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1, Hon. Gaston Monsell, only

son of William, 1st Lord Emly.

A royal licence, dated at St. James's, 14 May, 1863, was
granted to Frances, widow «f John Power, Esq., of Gurteen,
tliat she and her issue by her said deceased husband should
take and use the surname of De la Poek in lieu of that ef
Power.

A:-ms — Arg., a chief danccttee sa. Cieit—A buck's head
caboshed ppr., attired or, between the attires a crucitix of the
last. Motto— yer crucem ad coronam.

Scat — Gurteen Le Poer, Kilsheelan, co. Waterford.



POWER OF FAITHLEGG.

Power, Patrick Joseph Mahon, Esq. of Faith-
legg House, co. Waterford, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1855, b. 1826; m. 1 March, 1859, Ladj
Olivia Jane Nugent, dau. of Antliony Francis, 9tk
Earl of Westmeath, and has issue,



I. Hubert.

I. Maud.

ui. Catherine.



11. Ellen.
IV. Emily.



POW



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POW



1645



Lineagre Nicholas Power, Esq., J. P., m. 1780, Cathe-
rine, dau. of Bartholomew Eivera, Esq. of Tramore, co. Water-
ford, and had issue,

Nicholas.

Patrick, of Bellevue, co. Kilkenny, J.P. and D.L., formerly
M.P. for Waterford, m. Mary, dau. of John Snow, of
]>arkfield and Kilmurry, co. Kilkenny, and d., having had
issue,

1 NicHOLAa Alfred, of Bellevue House, co. Kilkenny,
J. P., 6. 8 Nov. 1813; m. 1838, Margaret Jane, dau. and
•only surviving child of Major Cane, 5th Dragoon Guards,
by Anne, his wife, dau. of John Helsham, Esq. of
Ormond House, Kilkenny, J. P., and has issue,

I. Frederick Patrick William, Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal
Irish Kegt.

II. Alfred.

I. Emily, m. Edward Middelton, Esq., son of the late

Peter Middelton, p:sq. of Hyddleton Lodge and Stockeld

Park, CO. York.
a. Augusta, m. Walter Gyles, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,

2nd son of Kev. Walter Gyles, Vicar of Cahir, co.

Tipperary.
HI. Louisa, T». .John Baines, Esq., late Inniskilling

Dragoons, son of H. Baines, Esq. of Esher, Surrey.
TV. Elise. V. Lucy.

VT. Annie.
VII. Margaret Winifred, m. 2i Aug. 1380, Alexander

Carew Anderson, Ef>q., son of James Anderson, Esq. of

Grace Dieu.

2 Patrick William.

a John. i Pierce.

1 Eliza.
Maria, d. unm.
"Mr. Power d. June, 1793. His son,

Nicholas Mahon Power, Esq. of Faithlegg House, co.
Waterford, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for that co. from 1847 to 1859,
l>. 1787 ; m. 1818, Margaret, only child of Nicholas Mahon,
ICsq. of Dublin, and had issue,

I. Patrick Mahon, now of Faithlegg.

II. Albert William, d. unm.

1. Margaret Emily, m. 1841, Denis O'Conor, Esq. of Mount
Druid.

ti. Catherine Georgina, to. James Archhold, Esq. of Davids-
town, CO. Kildare.

ill. Maria Louisa, m.Finlay Chester, Esq., J.P.,of Williams-
town, CO. Louth.

IV. Frances Emily Mary.

V. Adelaide Mary Josephine Isabella, to. 7 May, 1 874, the late
John Aloysius Blake, Esq., M.P. for Waterford.

He d. Feb. 1873.

&a(— Faithlegg House, Waterford.



POWER OF ASTON INGHAM.

Power, Manlet Kingsmill Manley, Esq. of
Aston Ingham, co. Hereford, J.P. and County Coun-
cillor, late Lieut. 41st Kegt., b. 14 Oct. 1853'; m. 31
July, 1891, Henrietta Catherine Charlotte, eldest
<lau. of Henry Augustus Paynter, Esq. of Freelands,
Alnwick, Northumberland, and grand-dau. of Fran-
cis Paynter, Esq. of Penzance, and has issue,

KINGSMILL-FOSTER MAtTLET, 6. 4 DCC. 1892.

Lineage. — The direct pedigree of this ancient family is
traced as far back as 1558, when

Sir Henbt Power, Knt., Master of the Horse in Ireland to
Queen Elizabeth, to. Miss Bullen, and had issue, four sons.
The youngest. Sir Henry Power, Knt. of Bersham, near Wrex-
•liam, CO. Denbigh, Gen. of Her Majesty's army in Ireland, and
one of Her Majesty's Lords Justices, was created Viscount
Valentia, by patent, 1 March, 1620, with succession to the
iieirs of his body, &c., d.s. p. 25 May, 1642. The eldest son of
Sir Henry Power, Master of the Horse in Ireland, was

John Power, Esq., m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir George Gunter,
Ivnt. of Racton, Sussex, and by her had one son. He d. 27
JWiirch, 1659, and was s. by his son,

Robert Power, Esq. of Bersham, to. iJorothy, dau. of
Kenrick Eyton, Esq. of Eyton, and had issue, three sons and
four daus., John, Robert, Kenrick, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Mary,
and Susannah. He d. 26 Dec. 1673. His son and heir,

John Poweu, Esq. of Bersham, to. Mercy, dau. of John
Manlcy, Esq. of Erbistock, co. Denbigh, and had issue, nine
sons and three daus. , Henry, Kenrick, Robert, Thomas, Manley,
isaac, John, P'rancis, William, Amy, Mary, and Eleanor. He
<l. April, 1712, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Power, Esq., Capt. in the Battle-axe Guards, b. 6
May, 1695, at Bersham, eo. Denbigh, to. Sarah, dau. of Capt.
John Boiton, of yo. Kilkenny, and had issue, three sons and



two daus., I -Manley John; n. Charles Shadwell ; m. Tbomaj
Bolton ; i. Mercy ; ii. Sarah Bolton. He d. 1765. His 3rd
son,

Thomas Bolton Power, Esq., b. at Kilmurray, co. Wicklow,
4 Sept. 1735 ; m. at Gibraltar July, 24, 1768, Ann, dau. of Capt.
Corney ; d. and was buried at Greenwich 9 Nov. 1801. He
was Capt. 20th Regt., and was forced to leave the service by
loss of sight. His son and successor.

Sir Manley Power, K.C.B. and K.T.S., Lieut. -Gen. of the
Forces, and Lieut.-Governorof Malta, 6. 1773 ; to. 1st, 5 June,
1802, Sarah, dau. of J. Coulson, Esq., by whom he had issue,
I. Manley, Col. in the army and Lieut. -Col. Commanding 85tli
Regt., d. 27 April, 1857, aged 64; ii. Jukes Coulson, and iii.
Harry All wood, both d. infants. He m. 2ndly, 7 May, 181S,
Anne, dau. of Kingsmill Evans, Esq., Col. Grenadier Guards,
of Lydiart House, co. Monmouth (descended from Herbert
Thomas Walter Evans, Esq. of Langattock, living 1661, son of
Thomas ap Ivon ap Jenkin Herbert, of the time of Elizabeth),
and by her had issue,

I. Kingsmill Manley, of The Hill Court.

II. Henry Bolton (Rev.), M.A., thirty-five years Vicar nf
Bramley, Surrey, b. 7 Oct. 1820; to. 1st, 18 May, 1847,
Sophia Catherine Mary, youngest dau. of Robert Thoroton,
Esq., Lieut. -Col. Grenadier Guards, and by her (who ci. 11
May, 1849) had a son,

Thoroton Manley, b. 8 May, 1849.

He TO. 2ndly, 7 June, 1853, Mary, only surviving dan. of
Rev. Laurence William Eliot, Rector of Pepper Harow,
Surrey, and d. 15 March, 1882, leaving issue,
Manley, 6. 24 May, 1857.
Kingsmill Henry, 6. 30 July, 1862.
Laurence Eliot, b. 7 May, 1864.
Blanche Sophia Matilda.

Katherine Mary Anne, to. 11 July, 1884, Ed wait! B.
Crawley Boevey, Esq., late E.A., of Flaxby, co. Glouces-
ter.
Maude Elizabeth. Alice Julia. Mary.

Sir Manley Power d. at Berne, Switzerland, 7 July, 1826. His
elder son,

Kingsmill Manley Power, Esq. of The Hill Court, J.P. and
D.L., formerly Capt. 9th and 16th Lancers (with two medals
and clasps for services in the Gwalior and Sutlej campaigns
under Lord Gough), b. 10 March, 1819; to. 12 Aug. 1852, Anna
Eliza Blanche, only surviving dau. of John Probyn, Esq. of
Longhope Manor House, co. Gloucester, and had issue,

I. Manley Kingsmill Manley, now of Aston Ingham.

II. Herbert Archibald Manley, 6. 22 Dec. 1854.

III. Henry James Manley, b. 19 Feb. 1856.

IV. John Manley, 6. 18 Feb. Is57.

V. Eustace Manley, 6. 13 May, 1860.
\i. Walter Manley, 6. 15 Sept. 1861.

VII. Reginald Ivon Manley, b. 8 April, 1865.

VIII. Oliver Bray Manley, 6. 2 Jan. 1867.

1. Katharine Manley, in. 18 April, I88S, James Thornton
Gibson, Esq. of Maynards, co. Hertford.

Capt. Manley d. Sept. 1888.

Arms — Gu., a sword in bond sinister ppr., hilted and pom-
melled or, point elevated and blade encompassed with a laurel
wreath of the last, on a chief arg., between two mullets sa.
pierced of the field, in the centre cliief point, pendent from a
riband gu., fimbriated az., a representation of the golden cross
and clasp presented to Sir Manley Power for Salamanca, Vit-
toria, &c. Crest — Issuant from a mural crown or, a stag's head
sa., gorged with a laurel wreath, and attired of the first. Motto
— Angelis suis praecipiet de te.

Seat — Aston Ingham, Ross, co. Hereford.



POWNEY OF FYFIELD HOUSE AND
MILDEN HAIiL.

PowNET, Cecil Du Pee Penton, Esq. of Fyfield
House, Hants, and Milden Hall, Suffolk, 'b. 21
Aug. 1862, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, formerly
A.U.C. to Major-Gen. Viscount Frankfort de Mont-
morency.

liineagre. — George Nesbitt Thompson, of Penton Lodge,
Andover, m. Catherine Maria, widow of Henry Vansittart, Esq.,
brother of Lord Bexley, and eldest sister of George Powney,
Esq. of Milden Hall, Suffolk, and Bishopsgate, Englefield, and
had, with other issue,

Edward Penton Powney, Esq. of Fyfield House, Hants, and
JlildenHall, Suffolk, m. 1st, 13 May, 1841, Caroline, 2nd dau
of John Rawlins, Esq., which lady d. 21 June, 1851, and 2ndly,
25 July, 1861, Madelina Louisa, 2nd dau. of Rev. Gcorgo
Porcher, of Oakwood, Sussex, and by her (who d. 2 Sept. 1862)
had an only son,

Cgcil Do Pre Pbnton, now of Fyfield and Milden Hall.



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Mr. Powney assumed by royal licence, 15 March, 1876, the
aaine of Powney on succeeding to tlie estates of his cousin,
the Rev. Henry Powney.

Sfrt^s— MiUlen Hall, La venham, Suffolk; and Fyfield House,
Andover, Hants. Town liesideiicc—lb, Bolton Street, May-
fair, W.

C/i;6s— Guards', Bachelors', Pratt's.



POWYS-IiYBBE OF HARDWICK,

Powts-Ltbbe, Philip Ltbbe, Esq. of Hard-
wick, CO. Oxford, and Bloomfield, Middlesex, M.A.,
Barrister-at-Law, M.P. for Newport, Isle of Wight,
1859-1S65, b. ISIS ; m. 11 June, 1814, Anne Phillis,
dau. of Thomas Greenwood, Esq. of Turner's Court,
and niece of William Stei^lieus, Esq. of Prospect
Hill, Tilehurst, and lias an only son,

William Reginald Ltbbe Powts, 6. 1840 ; m. 1st, 1875,
Christian Cecilia, youngest dau. of the late James C. Hay-
wood, Esq. of Dosthill House, co. Stafford. She d. 1879.
He m. 2ndly, ISSO, Sarah, dau. of William Bartholomew,
Esq. of Ashley, co. Cambridge, and d. 4 April, 1888,
leaving issue.

In 1863, Mr. Powys retook the name of Ltbbe by
royal licence.

liineage. — Philip Powts, son of Sir Thomas Powys, Knt.
of Lilford (by Elizabeth, his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Philip
3Ieadows, see Bdrke's Peerage, article Lilfobd), m. Isabella,
only child and heir of Richard Lybbe, Esq. of Hardwick,
and by her had, Philip Ltbbe, his heir ; Thomas, Dean of
Canterbury, d. umn. ; and Richard, d. s. p. The eldest son,

Philip Ltbbe Powts, Esq. of Hardwick, m. 1762, Caroline,
dau. and heir of John Girle, and liad (with a dau. Caroline
Isabella, who in. the Rev. Edward Cooper, Rector of Hamstall
Ridware, co. Stafford) two sons,
Philip Ltbbe, of whom presently.

Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Fawley, Bucks, m. Elizabeth, dau.
of William Palgrave, Esq. of Coltishall, Norfolk, and had
issue, 1 Thomas Arthur, Rector of Sawtry St. Andrew, co.
Hants ; 2 Bransby William, m. Catherine, dau. of the Rev.
W. Archer; 3 James Morrell Coventry ; 4 Philip Annesley,
m. Caroline, dau. of Col. Brockman; 5 George Henry
Korman ; 1 Louisa Mary, m. J. Shriinpton, Esq. ; 2 Cathe-
rine Jane, jh. S. Lane, Esq. ; 3 Augusta Elizabeth, in. Rev.
Dr. Sketchley, Vicar of Deptford, Kent, and heir to the late
S. E. Sketchley, Esq. of Kensington, J. P. and D.L., co.
Middlesex; 4 Charlotte Frances, m. R. Smith, Esq. of
Kozel : 5 Letitla Georgiana Tivitia, m. W. G. James, Esq. ;
6 Caroline, m. Edward Jenner Murray, Esq.
The elder son,

Philip Ltbbe Powts, Esq. of Hardwick, m. 1790, Louisa,
2nd dau. and co-heir of Richard Michell, Esq. of CuUiam Court,
Berks, and left issue,
Henby Philip, his heir.

Richard Thomas, r,i. 1829, Caroline, eldest dau. of Edw.ard
Scott Waring, Esq., and had issue, Philip Edward (deceased),
Carohne Sophia (deceased), Emily Georgiana (deceased),
Ellen Anna Philippa, and Selina Jemima.
Caroline Louisa, m. Rev. Edward Philip Cooper, and has issue.
Sophia Charlotte, m. Edward Simeon, and d. «. p. 1833.
Amelia Frances, m. Rev. Philip Arden Cooper.
The son and heir,

Henet Philip Powts, Esq. of Hardwick House, co. Oxford,
and Bloomfield, Middlesex, b. 24 Nov. 1791; m. 1 June, 1817,
Julia, 4th dau. of Sir Fitzwilliam Barrington, Bart., and by
her (who d. 8 Sept. 1821) had a son,

Philip Ltbbe Powts Ltbbe, now of Hardwick.
He m. 2ndly, 1823, Phillippa Emma, dau. of W. Cunliffe Shawe,
Esq. of Preston, and had

Edward Shawe, deceased. Charles Richard.

Francis Arthur (Rev.), B.D. George.

William Cunliffe, Capt. 22nd Regt., 7n.4 0ct. 1866, Constance
Ellen, eldest dau. of Bransby William Powys, Esq. of The
Vandreys, co. Chester.

Louisa Phillippa. Frances Marianne.

I.sabella Lybbe. Sophia Jane.

Millicent Caroline. Emma Charlotte.

Arms — Or, a lion's gamb erased in bend, between twocrosscs-
crosslet fiichfie gu. Crest — A lion's gamb erased and erect
gu., holding a sceptre or.

/Seat— Holly Copse, Reading.



m:ack"woe,th-praed of mickleham.

Mackworth-Praed, Egbert Herbert, Esq.
of Mickleham Downs, co. Surrey, b. 10 Feb. 186G ;



m. 19 Not. 1890, Mary Josephine, only dau. of the,
late Charles Jolliffe, Esq. of Southwood House,
Thanet, and 23, Great Cumberland Place, London,
and has issue,
Cyril Winthrop, b. I89I.

Mr. Mackworth-Praed ia Lord of the Manor and
Patron of the living of Mickleham.

Lineage.— John Pkaed, Esq. of Trevethoe, Cornwall, by
deed, dated 19 Jan. 1715, in acknowledgment of the assistance
he had received from the family of Mackworth (see Bdrke's
Peerage, Mackwokth of Glen Uske, Bart.), adopted as his heir
and settled his property on his friend Sir Humphry Mack-
worth's third son, who, having assumed the name and arms of
his patron, became

William Mackworth-Praed, Esq. of Trevethoe. He was
6. 3 Nov. 1694; m. 1715, Anne, only dau. of Robert' Slaney,
Esq. of Rudge, co. Salop, and had issue,
Humphry, of Trevethoe, M.P. for St. Ives, m. 1764, Mary,
dau. of William Forrester, Esq. of Watling Street, co. Salop,
and widow of Sir Brian Broughton Delves, Bart, ot
Broughton, and had, with other issue, a son, William, whose
grandson took the name and arms of TtrK^gham (see that
Memoir).
Bulkeley, d. s. p. William, of whom hereafter.

Arabella, d. unra.

Mr. Mackworth-Praed, who was M.P. for St. Ives, d. 1752. Hi.'}
youngest son,

William Mackworth-Pbaed, Esq. of Bitton, co. Devon, in.
Susan, dau. of Thomas Stokes, Esq. of Rill, co. Gloucester, and
by her (who d. 1794) had issue,

William, his heir.

Juliana, m. T. W. Shore, Esq.

Susan, 5U. T. Smith, Esq.

Arabella, Lady-in-Waiting to Queen -Adelaide, m. 24 May,
1792, John, 4th Earl of Mayo, and d. 19 Nov. 1843.
Mr. Mackworth-Praed, who was M.P. for Cornwall, d. 1791,
and was s. by his only son,

William Mackworth-Praed, Esq. of Bitton, Serjeant-at-
Law, Chairman of the Audit OfHce, b. 1756 ; m. 1795, Eliza-
beth, dau. of B. Winthrop, Esq., Governor of the Bank of
England, and d. 1835, leaving issue,

William, m. the heir of Hay, of Dallamore and Halwell,
CO. Devon.

Bdlkeley John, late of Owsden Hall.

Winthrop, M.P., the Poet and Politician, 6. 1802 ; d. 1839.
The 2nd son,

BulkeletJohn Mackworth-Praed, Esq. of Owsden Hall,
CO. Suffolk, m. 1st, 22 Dec. 1828, Emma, dau. of Mungo Dick,
Esq. of Pitkerro, Forfar, by whom (who d. 1836) he had (inter
alios) a son,

Winthrop, late of Mickleham.
He m. 2ndly, 1840, Elizabeth Coltliurst, dau. of P. P. Fitz-
Patrick, Esq., and sole heir of her grandfather, Col. John
Colthurst, of Carrigrohane, co. Cork, by whom (who d. 1852>
he had (i,itcr alios) a son,

Herbert Bdlkeley, of Owsden Hall, co. Suffolk, J.P., M.P.
for Colchester 1874 to 1880, formerly of the 25th Regt.
(Kings Own Borderers), b. 1841.

He m. 3rdly, 1859, Emily Maria, dau. of William Fane, Esq.,
H.E.I.C.C.S., granddau. of Hon. Henry Fane, M.P., 2nd son of
Thomas, 8th Earl of Westmorland, by whom also he had a
son. Mr. Mackworth-Praed d. in 187G. His eldest son,

Winthrop Mackworth-Praed, Esq. of Mickleham Downs,
6. 1831 ; ?)i. 14 July, 1863, Louisa, 4th dau. of the late James
Ewing, Esq., and by her (who (/. Dec. 1868) had issue,

Robert Herbert, now of Mickleham.

Emma Louisa Praed.

Mr. Mackworth-Praed d. 11 Feb. 1890.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, az., six mullets arg., three,
two, and one, for Praed; 2nd and 3rd, per pale indented sa.
and crm., on a chevron gu. five cro.sses pattee or, for Mack-
worth. Crest — Out of a five-leaved ducal coronet or, a uni-
corn's head arg., manedand horned or.

Seat — Mickleham Downs, Dorking, co. Surrey.



PRATT OF RYSTON.

Peatt, Edward Eoger Murray, Esq. of
Eyston Hall, co. Norfolk, J. P., educated at Eton
and Trin. Col. Camb., B.A. 1869, Lieut.-Col.
(retired) Norfolk Artillery, b. 3 Dec. 1847; m.
12 July, 1881, Louisa Frances, 2nd dau. of John



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1647



Mulholland, 1st Baron Dunleatli, M.P. of Bally-
walter Park, co. Down, and has issue,

I. Edward Kogek, h. 2 June, 1882.

II. Jermyn Harold, b. 12 July, 1883.

III. Lionel Henry, b. 17 Dec. 1889.

I. Dorothy Louisa, 6. 6 Aug. 1885.

II. Ursula Frances, b. 17 May, 1888.

Lineag^e. — Edmund Pbatt, Esq., Lord of the Manor of
Carles, Hockwold (son of Robert Pratt), in. the only dau. and
heir of Walter Gylour, Esq. of Kyston, and d. 34 Henkt VIII.,
leaving a son and successor,

John Pratt, Esq. of Hockwold, who left two sons, William,
who d. s. p., and

EDM0ND Pbatt, of Hockwold, who d. before 9 Nov. 1542.
He 111. Katlierlne, dau. of William Tassell, Esq., and has
issue,

I. Edward, his successor.

II. Gregorj', of Eyston, to. Anne, dau. of William Cockctt,
Esq. of Besthorp, Norfolk, and had two sons,

1 Francis, who hy Ursula, his 2nd wife, dau. of Robert
Gosnold, Esq. of Otley, had two sons,

Edward, of Ryston, d. s. p. 1664, having devised Ryston

to Sir Roger Pratt.
Henry, of London, ancestor of the Pbatts of Coleshill,

Berks, extinct Baronets.

2 Gregory, m. Theodosia, dau. of SirEdward Tyrrell, Knt.,
and widow of Edward West, Esq. of Masworth, and had
an only son.

Sir Roger Pratt, knighted by King Charles II., for his
exertions in rebuilding, in concert with Sir Christopher
Wren, the city of London after the Great Fire in 166tj.
He ?u. Anne, dau. of Sir Edward Monyns, Bart, of
Waldershare, but rf. s.p. 1684.
ni. Roger, 7u. Ann, dau. of Baldwin Dereham, Esq. of Dere-
ham Abbey, co. Norfolk.

I. Atm.

II. Urstila, m. Henry Bexwell, Esq. of BexwcU, co. Norfolk.

III. Susan, m. Thomas Gousil, Esq. of Watlington.
IT. Bridget. v. Jane.

Mr. Pratt was s. by his eldest son,

Edward Pratt, Esq. of Hockwold, to. Dorothy, dau. of
William Cobb, Esq. of Sandringham, Norfolk, and had issue,
I. Osbert, Lord of the Manor of Carles, Hockwold, m. Kathe-
rine, dau. of Thomas Scarlett, Esq., and widow of Mr. Serjeant
Walpole : ii. Edward. The 2nd son,

Edward Pratt, Esq. of Heveningham, to. Ursula, dait. of
Henry Rossington, Esq. of Framlingham, Suffolk, and his
son,

Edward Pratt, Esq. of Yoxford, m. Emma, dau. of William
Tiffin, Esq., and widow of George Bexwell, Esq., and d. IG'Jl,
leaving an only son and successor,

Edward Pratt, Esq. of Woodbridge, Suffolk, and Ryston,
Norfolk, TO. Mary, dau. of Anthony Applethwaite, Esq. of
Ipswich, and had issue,

Roger, his successor.

EHzabeth, rii. Thurlow Stafford, Esq. of Denver, and had
issue, a dau., rn. JohnDering, Esq. of Wickcn, Kent.

Mary, rn. Thomas Browne, ot EUing, Norfolk.

Mr. Pratt d. 1708, and was s. by his only son,

Roger Pratt, Esq. of Ryston, High Sheriff 1727, ni.
Henrietta, dau. of Sir Robert Davers, Bart., by Mary, his
wife, one of the co-heirs of Tliomas, last Lord Jermyn, and
had issue,

Edward, his successor.

Jermyn, m. Ann Staiiforth, of Salthouse.

Mary, m. Edward Stafford, Esq.

Haniett, m. Thurlow Stafford, Esq.

Mr. Pratt was s. at his decease, 1771, by his elder son,

Edward Pratt, Esq. of Ryston, b. 1717; to. Blanche, dau.
of Sir Jacob Astley, Bart, of Melton Constable, by Lucy his
wife, youngest dau. of Sir Nicholas L'Estrange, Bart, of Hun-
stanton, and had issue,

Edward Roger, his heir.

Sarah Maria, m. Rev. Charles Collyer, of Gunthorpe.

Lucy, TO. Hadmond Alpe, Esq. of Uardingham.

Mr. Pratt d. 1784, and was s. by his only son,

Edward Roger Pratt, Esq. of Ryston, High Sheriff 1798, b.
1756; TO. 3 Dec. 1788, Pleasance, dau. and co-heir of Samuel
Browne, Esq. of King's Lynn, by Hester his wife, dau. and co-
heir of Philip Case, Esq., and had issue,

Edward Roger, his heir.

Henry, Lieut. -Col. 17th Lancers, 6. 29 Oct. 1795; m. Hester,
dau. of the Right Rev. Bowyer Edward Sparke, Lord Bishop j
of Ely, and rf. 1 Aug. 1860. His widow d. 30 March, 1881,
aged 81.

Jermin (Rev.), successor to his brother. I



Robert, 6. 2 Feb. 1799, killed at the siege of Algiers 1816.

Charles Browne, b. 31 May, 1802 : d. 12 Oct. 1822.

William, Rectorof Harpky-cum-Buchan, Norfolk,' to. Louisa
3rd dau. of William Coxhead Marsh, Esq. of Gaynes Park'
Essex, and d. Nov. 1874, havmg by her i who d. June, 1877)
had issue, 1 William Koger ; 2 Henry Marsh ; 3 Jermyn
Gregory, deceased ; 4 Charles Stewart ; 5 William Dering ;
6 Dashwood ; 1 Emily Blanche ; 2 Hester Sophia Astley ; 3
Harriet ; and 4 Laura.

Blanche, d. 17 Jan. 1863.

Maria, m. 1834, Henry Coldham, Esq. of Anmer Hall,
Norfolk, and d. 14 Jan. 1856.

Lucy, m. 1st, 10 Jan. 1826, Lord Rendlesham, and 2ndly,
Stewart Majoribanks, Esq. ; d. 1854.

Harriett, to. Rev. William Gale Townley, Rector of Upwell,
who is deceased.

Mr. Pratt d. 5 March, 1838, and was s. by his eldest son,
Edward Roger Pratt, Esq. of Ryston Hall, b. 26 Sept. 1789,

J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1850. He d. 28 May, 1863, and

was s. by his brother.
Rev. Jermyn Pratt, of Ryston, b. 6 Feb. 1798; m. 4 May,

1847, Mary Louisa, 4th dau. of George Murray, Bishop of

Rochester, grandson of John, 3rd Duke of AthoU, and d. 15

3Iay, 1867, leaving issue,

I. Edward Roger Murray, now of Ryston.

II. Walter Jermyn Murray, m. 1878, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of
Rev. H. George.

iir. Reginald Henry Murray, m. Maria, 2nd dau. of Rev. H ,
George.

I. Blanche Eleanor Murray, to. 1891, Capt. James Boyle.

II. Henrietta Mary Murray.

HI. Edith Lucy Murray, in. 28 April, 1885, Hon. Reginald
Talbot, 2nd son of the 4th Lord Talbot of Malahide.

IV. Frances Augusta Murray, d. 7 Jan. 1875.

V. Alice Rosalind Murray, m. 14 July, 1885, Rev. Charles
Francis Townley.

Arms — Arg., on a che^Ton sa., between two ogresses, each
charged with a martlet of the first in chief, and an ogress in
base, charged with a trefoil slipped arg., three mascles or,
quarterly with Gylour. Crest — Between a branch of oak and
another of pine, each fructed or, a wolf's head per pale arg. and
sa., langued and erased gu., gorged with a collar charged with
three roundels all counterchanged. Motto — Rident floreniia
prata.

Seat — Ryston Hall, near Downham, Norfolk.



PRATT OF CABRA CASTLE.

PE.A.TT, Joseph, Esq. of Cabra Castle, co. Caran,
and Enniscoe, co. Mayo, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff co. Mayo, 1876, b. 1 Jan. 1843 ; m. Sept.
1870, Madehne, only dau. of James Hamilton,
Esq. of Cornacassa, co. Mouaghan, and has had
issue,

I. Mer\-yn, 6. 24 April, 1873.

II. Audley Charles, b. 13 May, 1874.

I. Eglantine Madeline Georgina, d. an infant.

Liineage. — The branch of the family of which we are
treating was settled in co. Leicester 1641, when three
brothers, Joseph, Benjamin, and John Pratt, migrated thence ;
Joseph and Benjamin to Ireland, John to Jamaica. Joseph
and Benjamin obtained lands in Meath from Cromwell,
which they divided between them. The elder was ancestor of
the Pratts of Cabra ; the younger, of the Pratt- Winters of
Ar/her.

Joseph Pratt to. 1st, Frances, sister and heir of Col. Thomas
Cooch, of Cabra Castle, co. Cavan, and Covoaddy, co. Donegal,
and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Audley Mervyn, and
widow of Nathaniel Poole, Esq., and by her had issue, i.
Joseph, c/. young ; ii. Benjamin (Dr.), of Cabra Castle, Pro-
vost of Trin. Coll. Dublin, to. Lady Phillippa Hamilton, SrA
dau. of James, 6th Earl of Abercorn, but d. s. p. : iii. John,
of Cabra Castle, Constable of Dublin Castle and Deputy-Trea-
surer of Ireland, rn. Honoretta, eldest dau. of Sir John
Brookes, of York (by his wife, Mary, dau. of Sir Hardress
Waller, Knt. by Elizabeth, dau. and co.-heir of Sir Joh3
Dowdall), and d. 1740, having had two sons, drowned in the
PhcBnix Park 1723, and one dau. Mary, m. 1st, Sir George
Savile, of Thornhill and Rufford, 7th Bart., M.P. for York-
shire, who d. 1743, leaving issue, George (Sir), 8th and last
Bart. M.P. for Yorkshire, tZ. unm. Jan. 1784; Arabella, to.
1744, John Thornhagh, Esq. of Osberton, took the name of
Hewett for Shinoaks estate and had issue : and Barbara, who
m. Richard, 4th Earl of Scarborough. Lady Savile m. 2ndly
Capt. Wallis, and 3rdly Dr. Charles Morton, of the B



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