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ton
and Bacton) ; m. 3 Sept. 1784, Elizabeth, elder dau. and co-
heir of Thomas Multby, Esq. of Germans, co. Buckingham,
and had issue,

I. William Edwabd, his heir, of Riby Grove, co. Lincoln,
M.P. for Truro, m. 1811, Frances, dau. and heir of John
Amley, Esq. of Ford Hall, co. Salop, and was father of

George Tomline, Esq. of Orwell Park, Suffolk, and Riby
Grove, co. Lincoln, J.P. and D.L., Hon. Col. North Lin-
coln Militia, High Sheriff for Suffolk 1832 and Lincoln-
shire li?52, M.P. for Sudbury 18i0 to 1841, for Shrews-
bury 1841 to 1847 and 1852 to 1868, and for Great Grims-
by 1868 to 1874, b. 1812, d. s. p. Aug. 1889, and wass. by
his cousin, Ernest George Pretyman, now of Orwell and
Eiby.

II. George Thomas (Rev.), of whom presently.

III. Richard, Precentor of Lincoln.

The Bishop was Tutor at the University of Cambridge to
the Right Hon. William Pitt, and was promoted by that
Minister to the Bishopric of Lincoln and Deanery of St. Paul's,
Jan. 1787, from which, Aug. 1820, he was translated to the
see of Winchester. The Bishop assumed, 1803, the additional
surname of Tomline in compliance with the testamentary
injunction of Mabmaduke Tomline, Esq. of Kiby Grove, co.
Lincoln, who, without any alliance whatever, bequeathed to
the Eight Rev. Prelate a considerable landed property. His
Lordship d. 1827. His 2nd son,

Rev. George Thomas Pretyman, Chancellor of Lincoln, m.
25 May, 1814, Amelia, dau. of Christopher Tower, Esq. of
Weald Hall, Essex, and by her who d. June, 1867, had issue,

I. George, d. unm. 1850.

II. Frederick (Rev.), of whom presently.

III. William, m. 18G5, Geraldine, dau. of John Newman. Esq.
of Dromore, co. Cork, and has issue, Geraldine, 6. 1807.

IV. Arthdr Charles, of Haughley Park (whom see).

I. Emily, m. 1833, George Jarvis, Esq. of Doddington Hall,
CO. Lincoln ; d. 6 March, 1840, leaving issue, George, Emily,
and Caroline.

II. Caroline, m. 26 Sept. 1861, Major Walter Ogilvy (<?. May,
1879), brother of Sir John Ogilvy, Bart., of Baldovau, co.
Forfar.

III. Arabella, in. 1855, William Williams, Esq., brother of
Sir John Williams, Bart., of Bodelwyddan, co. Flint, and

• d. 1867.

IV. Elizabeth Tower, m. Aug. 1851, William Hamilton Yat-
man, of Highgrove, co. Gloucester, and has issue, William
Frederic, b. 1853, d. 1884.

Rev. Chancellor Pretyman d. 14 June, 1859. His eldest sur-
viving son,

The Rev. Frederick Prety.man. Canon of Lincoln, late
Eector of Great Carlton, co. Lincoln, and Fellow of Magdalen
Coll., Oxford, J.P. CO. Lincoln, m. 31 Aug. 1858, Georgina
Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Knight, Esq. of Chawton House,
Hants, and by her who d. 26 May, 1864, had issue,

I. Ernest George, now of Orwell Park and Riby Grove.

II. Herbert Edward, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 6. 24 May,
1863, d. 19 July, 1891, s. ^3.

III. Arthur Frederick, d. in infancy.

I. Amelia Mary, d. unm. 14 June, 1879.
Arms — Gu. a lion passant between three mullets or.
Crest — Two lions gambs erased or, holding a mullet.
3Iotto — Vineit Veritas.

6Vais— Orwell Park, Ipswich ; and Eiby Grove, Stallingboro,
CO. Lincoln.



PRETYMAN OF HAUGHLEY PARK.

Prettmax, Arthur Charles, Esq. of Haughley
Park, Suffolk, J.P. for Suffolk and co. Warwick,
formerly Capt. 74th Highlanders and 2oth Eegt.,
X.O.B., b. 28 Jan. 1830 ; m. 26 Oct. 1858, Mary
Baxter, dau. and co-heir of Henry Baxter, Esq. of
I dries, co. Eorfar, N.B., and has had issue,

I. George Thomas, 6. 7 April, 1862; d. 6 Feb. 1870.

II. Frederic Henry, b. 27 Sept. 1875.

I. Emily Arabella. n. Agnes Mary.

III. Arabella.



Mr. A. C. Pretyman, is the fourth son of the Rev.

George Thomas Pretyman, Chancellor of Lincoln
(see Pretyman of Orwell Park).

Arms {see 2'>rccedinq memoir).
&'a£— Haughley Park, Suffolk.



PRICE OF PLAS CADNANT.

Price, John Bulkeley, Esq. of Plas Cadnant,
CO. Anglesey, J.P. and D.L., late Capt. 38th Ee^t.
b. 8 Aug. 1850.

Lineag-e. — Hcgh Price, Esq., son of Rice Price, Esq. of
Corsyreira, by Anne his wife, had, by Mary his wife, four
daus., Ellen, d. unvi. : Ann, d. unm.; Catherine, ra. John
Griffith, Esq. of Tryfan ; and Elizabeth, m. Eev. Thomas Rath-
bone ; and three sons, Hugh, d. unm. ; John, of whom pre-
sently ; and William, who m. Miss Hughes, r.nd had two sons
and two daus. The 2nd son,

John Price, Esq. of Plas Cadnant, ra. 1779, Ellinor, only
dau. and heir of Owen Griffith, Esq. of Tryfan, and had issue,

John, of Plas Cadnant.

Henry, b. 1782; d. July, 1816.

Bulkeley, 6. 1784 ; c^.Dec. 1843, leaving a widow and several
children.

Hugh, Lieut. E.N., 6. 1793; m. and had issue, one son and
four daus. surviving.

James, 6. 1799 ; m. and d. June, 1829, in the East Indies,
leaving one child.

Mary, m. Theophilus Jones, Esq.

Elizabeth, m. Kev. John Jones, Eector of Uangyh.ifal, co.
Denbigh.

Mr. Price d. May, 1804, and was s. by his son,

John Price, Esq. of Plas Cadnant, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff co. Anglesey 1818, and co. Carnarvon 1844, 6. Jan.
1780; m. 1st, 29 Jan. 1809, Frances, 2nd dau. of William
Lhoyd, Esq. of Llwydiurth, and 2ndly, 11 March, 1824, Ann,
dau. of John Bodychan Sparrow, Esq. of Redhill, and relict
of Rev. Evan Lloyd, of Maesyporth, and by the former had
issue,

Lhotd John, b. 21 Nov. 1809; m. 12 Aug. 1840, his cousin,
Mary Jane, dau. of Bulkeley Price, Esq. of Withington, and
dying 25 Oct. 1851, left a son, John Bulkeley, now of Plas
Cadnant, and five daus., Frances Harbara, Mary Ann, EUea
Elizabeth, Adela Margaret, and Catherine Louisa.

William Bulkeley, b. 21 May, 1813; d. 30 Aug. 1838.

Mary Ann, d. 1«28.

Mr. Price d. 8 Feb. 1855.

.^7-TOS— Or, a falcon, rising az. Crest — A falcon, as in the
arms. Motto — Na fynno Duw ni fydd.
Seat — Plas Cadnant, Menai Bridge.



PRICE OF RHIWLAS.

Price, Eichard John Lloyd, Esq. of Ehiwlas
and Rhiwaedog, co. Merioneth, J.P. and D.L.,
County Councillor, High Sheriff 1869, and J.P. for
COS. Carnarvon and Denbigh, late Capt. Merioneth
E.V., 5. 17 April, 1843 ; educated at Eton and
Christ Church, Oxford ; m. 20 April, 1869, Evelyn,
4th and youngest dau. of Capt. Hopwood, of
Hopwood Hall, co. Lancaster, by Susan Eanny his
wife, dau. of John Baskervyle Glegg, Esq. of
Withington Hall, co. Chester (Capt. Hopwood i&
the eldest son of the late Eobert Gregge Hopwood,
Esq., by his wife, the Hon. Cecilia, 2nd dau. of
John, 5th Viscount Torrington), and has a son,

Robert Kenric^, 2nd Lieut. East Kent Regt. (3rd Buffs),
J.P. Merionethshire 1892, b. 3 Jtine, 1870, educated at
Eton and Sandhurst.

Mr. Eichard John Lloyd, added to the family
estates by purchasing The Crayui Estate, the
farms of Cumein, and Llechyrfign, the property of
his ancestor, Jolin Price, Esq. of Denbighshire,
also Peutse, Coedybiddw, and Maestael.

Lineag'e. — The Price family (descended from March-
weithian, Lord of Is Aled, a chieftain of North Wales, who
resided at Lleweni, near Denbigh, and served under Prince
Gruffydd ap Cynan at the close of the 11th century) has been
settled at Ehiwlas from a remote period.

Meredydd ab Tudur, m. Eva, dau. of Evan ab Rhys Gwyn
ab David Lloyd ab y Penwyn. His son,

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PEI



Ehts ab Mebedtdd ab Tcdob,* commonly called Syr Ebys
Vawr, or The Great, probably from his gigantic stature, was
entrusted by Hesky VII. with the standard of England at the
battle of Bosworth, after Sir William Brandon, who had first
borne it, had been slain. The tradition in the family is that
Ehys slew Eichard III. with his own hand. He m. Lowry,
dau. and heir of Howel ab Gruffydd Goch, of LlysBrynEuryn,
in the parish of Llandrillo Uwcli Dulas in Ehos, Lord of Ehos
and Ehuvoniog, descended from Marchudd, founder of the
10th Noble Tribe of North Wales. By her he had four sons,
i.d.s.p.: II. Sir BoBEKT ab Ehys ; iii. Morris Gethin, from
whose two sons, Cadwalader and Morris, who obtained grants
of lands that had belonged to Conway Abbey, descended the
Voelas, Cerniogau, Giler, and Foxley families; t iv. Eichard
(called " r Person Gwyn" ), the last Abbot of Conway, sur-
rendered the abbey to the Crown, m. and became the first
Protestant parson of Cerig y Drudion; and a dau. Annesta,
VI. David ab Meredydd, of Bala, ancestor of the Lloyds of Ar
Ddwyvaen. The eldest son,

Sia Robert ab Ebts, so entitled because a Priest in Holy
Orders, from whom the family took its surname of Price, was
Chaplain and Cross-bearer to Cardinal Wolsey. Before the
dissolution, he had farmed the lands belonging to both the
monasteries of Basingwerk and Ystrad Marchell, in Penllyn, of
the latter of which he obtained a grant from the Crown, and
resided as a country gentleman at Plas lolyn, in the parish of
Yspytty leuan, co. Denbigh, where his hospitality is cele-
brated in a Welsh poem, still extant, by Lewis Morganwg.
He jii. Margaret, dau. of Ehys Lloyd, of Gydros, descended
from Edny ved Vychan. His youngest son,

Cadwalader ab Egbert, of Ehiwlas, to. Jane, dau. of
Maredydd ab leuan ab Eobert, of Cesail Gyfarch, who pur-
chased Gwydyr from David ab Howel Coetmor, and had by her
four sons and eight daus. His brother,

Ellis Price, LL.P., called by the Welsh, " Y Doctor Coch,"
the Eed Doctor, lived at Plas lolyn, and was the agent of
Thomas Cromwell, the Vicar-General of Henry VIII., for
effecting the alienation of Church property and the destruction
of the ancient Catholic worship in North Whales, and for his
services in that capacity obtained a grant of the lands of the
Knights of St. John in Yspytty. His son,

Capt. Thomas Price, E.N., was an excellent Welsh poet,
and was the first to smoke tobacco in the streets of London.
The 2nd son of the former (Elisse, the eldest, d. s. p.), John
Wyn ab Cadwalader, m. Jane, dau. of Thomas ab Eobert, of
Maesmor, by his wife, Elizabeth Anwyl, of Cynllwyd, descended
from Eirid Vlaidd. She brought Llwyn Dedwydd and Cyn-
llwyd into the Ehiwlas family. Of Cadwalader's eight daus.,
Sibyl, the eldest, m. Eowland Owen Vaughan, of Caer Gai,
ancestor of the Vaughans of Llwydiarth and of the Wynns 0/
Llanvorda and Wynnstay, and Lowry, the fourth dau., m.
Pyers Maesmor, of Maesmor. John Wynn had issue, three sons,
I. CADWALADER Pkice, of Ehiwlas ; 11. John Price of Cwmein,
in Llangwm, co. Denbigh ; and iii. Ellis Price, of Bochrhaiadr,
CO. Merioneth; and five daus., of whom Ellen, the eldest, m.
— Nanney, Esq. of Nanney. The eldest son,

C.\DWALADER PRICE, TO. Catherine, dau. of Sir Evan Lloyd,
Knt. of Bodidris, in Yale, and had issue, one dau. (m. John
Owen, of Caerberllan, co. Merioneth) and one son,

John Price, m. Anne, dau. and heir of John Lloyd, of
Vaenol, St. Asaph, and had issue, one dau. m. Ellis Price,
Plas Bellaf, and three sons, i. John; 11. Eobert, a Bishop in
Ireland ; in. Edward, d. s. p. The eldest son,

John Price, to. Eleanor, dau. of Sir William Jones, Knt. of
Castell March, in Lleyn, co. Carmarthen, and had issue, two
daus., 1. Jane, to. Thomas Holland, of Tai-egrdan ; 11. Mar-
garet, TO. Dr. Davies, Eector of Welshpool ; and two sons, of
whom the second was Dr. John Price, Kectorof Hawarden, co.
Plint, and the eldest,

W'lLLiAM Price, a Col. in the army, served King Charles I.
in the civil war, and is buried at St. Asaph, where his monu-
ment is still extant in the cathedral He m. Mary, dau. and

* According to a statement in the Cae Cyriog pedigrees,
Ehys ab Meredydd, the Standard-bearer, had five sons, 1
Eobert ; 2 Howel (the dau. and heir of whose son, Eoger, in.
Harri ab leuan Lloyd, of Havodunos, co. Denbigh) : 3 Morys
Gethin ; 4 David ; 5 Cadwalader ; and five daus., 1 Eva, to.
Davydd, of Llwydiarth, in Anglesey ; 2 Gwenhwyvar, to.
Davydd, of Llwydiarth, in Powys ; 3 Margaret, to. Gruffydd
ab Llywelyn Vychan, of Bodidris, in Yale ; 4 Catharine, to.
John, of Garth Eryr, in Chirk; 5 Elizabeth, to. Elisau ab
Howel ab Khys, of Edeirnion and Dinmael.

t Sir Kobert Price, of Giler and Foxley, co. Hereford, suc-
cessfully resisted in the House of Commons the attempt of
'\\iLLiAM III. to confer the Lordships of Bromfield and Yale on
bis Dutch favourite, William Bentinck.



heir of David Holland, Esq. of Kinmel, by whom he had issue
besides nine children who d. in infancy, six daus. and seven
sons, of whom the eldest,

John Price, m. Margaret, eldest dau. of Lewis Lloyd, Esq.
ofEhiwaedog, by whom he had three daus., i. Mary, uhto.,-
II. Sydney, m. Howel Vaughan, Esq. of Vaner; iii. Anne, m.
James Halknall, Esq. of Shortwick, co. Chester. He d. before
his father, who was s. by his 2nd son,

EoGER Price, m. Martha, dau. of Eobert, Lord Viscount
Bulkeley, of Baron Hill, Anglesey, and had issue, three daus.,

I. Sarah, w. William Carter, Esq. of Kinmel, co. Denbigh,

II. Mary, d. s. p. ; in. Eleanor, to. Price Devereux, Lord
Viscount Hereford ; and three sons, i. William; 11. Eobert;

III. Thomas, of whom the eldest,

William Price, in. Blary, daa of Price Devereux, Lord
Viscount Hereford.

Eichard Tavistock Price, Esq., the next possessor of
Ehiwlas, to. March, 1779, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Eichard
Kenrick, Esq. of Nantclwyd, and had issue,
Eichard Watkin, his heir.
Harriet, m. Lewis, Baron de Teissier.

Eliza, TO. Eev. Thomas Jones, Eector of Derwen, co. Den-
bigh.
Amelia Maria, m, Eev. Eoger Butler Clough, Vicar of
Corwen.

Caroline, m. Eev. Thomas Hugh Clough, of Hafodunos,
Vicar of Hope, co. Flint.

Mr. Price d. 6 Aug. 1794. His son and heir,

EiCHABD Watkin Price, Esq. of Ehiwlas, h. 1780, was a
great agriculturist, an active magistrate, devoting much time
to county affairs, a Deputy-Lieut., twice High Sheriff for co.
Merioneth, and once for co. Carnarvon, and during the Penin-
sular war commanded a corps of Volunteers. He inherited
the chief part of his property from his father, E. Tavistock
Price, Esq., to whom it had been bequeathed, and added other
estates by purchase. Succeeding under the will of the late Miss
lies, of Ehiwaedog, the last (except the Ehiwlas family) lineal
descendant of the ancient family of Lloyds of Ehiwaedog, to
the old Ehiwaedog and Berthllafar estates. Mr. Price to. 20
Oct. 1801, Frances, dau. of John Lloyd, Esq. of Berth and
Ehagatt, co. Merioneth, Serjeant-atLaw and Chief Justice of
the CO. Carmarthen Circuit, and by her (who d. 18 Nov. 1834)
had issue,

Eichard John, 6. 1804 ; in. 21 May, I8.'59, Charlotte, 3rd dau.
of Edward Lloyd, Esq. of Ehagatt and Berth, and d. v. p.
22 Aug. 1842, having had issue,
Eichard John Lloyd, now of Ehiwlas.
Frances Charlotte, h. 25 Dec. 1841 ; d. March, 1844.
Mr. Price d. 14 June, 1860, and was «. by his grandsen,

ArxM — Gu., a lion rampant arg. Creit — A lion rampant
arg., holding a rose sprig in the right paw. Motto — Vita
brevis gloria ajterna.

Seai— Ehiwlas, Bala, North Wales, and Ehiwaedog, Llanfor.

Town Residence — 69, Curzon Street, Mayfair, W.

Ciiii^— Carlton, Turf, aud White's.



PRICE OF SAINTFIELD.

Peice, James Charles, Esq. of Saintfield House,
CO. Down, J.P. and D.L., High Sherife 1859, b.
17 June, 1807 ; m. 18 March, 1840, Anne Margaret,
eldest dau. of Patrick Savage, Esq. of Portaferry,
Major 26th Foot, and bj her (who d. 1877) has
had issue,

I. Nicholas Price Blackwood Price, b. 11 June, 1842; d. 3
July, 1889.

II. James Npgent Blackwood Price, b. 15 Oct. 18J4; Capt.
7th batt. King's Eoyal Eifles, Brevet-Major late 60tJi Eifles,
served in the Afghan Campaign, <Stc., accompanied Lord
Eoberts in his march to the relief of Candahar, men-
tioned in despatches (medal with two clasps, bronze
decoration, and brevet of Major), in. 5 Jan. 1869, Alice
Louisa, dau. of the late W. E. Ward, Esq., and has
issue,

Conway William, b. 28 July, 1872.
Edward Hyde, 6. 5 Feb. 1875.
Ethel wyn Mary, 6. 28 June, 1S77.

HI. William Charles, h 17 Oct. 1845; d. 8 Nov. 1845.
IV. Francis William, 6. 27 Dec. 1847.

I. Harriet Anna, b. 17 Jan. 1847; d.

II. Elizabeth Dorcas, d.

III. Catherine Anne.

Lineagre — Nicholas Price, Esq. of Hollymount, co.
Down, m. Catherine, d.iu. of James Hamilton, Esq., M.P.,



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and widow of Vere Essex Cromwell, Earl of Ardglass, and had
a son,

Lieut.-Gen. Nicholas Price, m. Dorcas, 4th dau. of Roger
AVest, Esq. of The Eock, co. Wicklow, and had issue,
James, m. Frances, natural dau. of Lord Herbert of Cher-
bury, and had two daus., Catherine, m. 1st, John Savage,
Ksq. of Portaferry, and 2ndly, 13 Jan. 1738, Edward Baillie,
1>.D., Dean of Ardfert, and Dorcas, m. Dr. Whittle, of
Lisburn.
Cromwell, M.P. for Downpatrick, m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of
Mr. Anderson, of Belfast, and by her (who d. 1741) had a
son, Nicholas Tichborne, b. 1725, who d. young, and two
daus., Elizabeth, m. 1743, Roger MacNeal, Esq. of Tinesk,
and Dorcas. He m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of the late Hugh
Willoughby, Esq of Carrow.
Nicholas.

Sophia, d. unm. Oct. 1720.

Margaret, m. May, 1718, Rowland Savage, Esq. of Portaferry.
Anne, m. James Stevenson, Esq. of KilleleagD, M.P.
Tlie 3rd son,

Nicholas Price, Esq. of Saintfield, M.P. for Lisburn, m. 1st,
Mary, dau. of Francis, 1st Lord Conway, of Ragley, co. War-
V ick, by whom he had a son, Francis, and 2ndly, 1732, Maria,
dau. of Col. the Hon. Alexander Mackenzie, 2nd son of the 4th
Earl of Seaforth, by whom he also had issue. He d. 1742, and
was s. by his son,

Francis Price, Esq. of Saintfield, many years M.P. for
Lisburn, ni. Charity, dau. of Matthew Forde, Esq. of Seaforde.
CO. Down, and d. 1794, having bad issue,

Nicholas, of Saintfield.

Christian Arabella, m. William Hoey, Esq. of Danganstown,
CO. Wicklow.
HaiTiet Jane. Mary, d. young.

The only son,

Nicholas Price, Esq. of Saintfield, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1801, 6. 1 Oct. \l^i ; m. Nov. 1779, Lady Sarah Pratt,
dau. of Charles, 1st Earl Camden, and by her (who d. 7 April,
1817) had one dau.,
Elizabeth Anne, to. 17 July, 1804, James Blackwood, Esq.
(who d. 5 June, [V>blt) of Strangford, co. Down (a deseen-
dantof the Blackwood* of Ballyleidy), and d. 6 Feb. 1367,
having bad issue,
Nicholas, b. 1805; d. 1819.
James Charles, of Saintfield.

William hobert Arthur, b. 22 Jan. 1813; m. 1st, May,
1843, Anna Eliza, 2nd dau. of Rev. \V. Jex-Blake, of
Swanton Abbots, Norfolk, and had one dau., Anna Maria
Frances. He 7ii. 2ndly, Henrietta, dau. of George Ken-
yon, Esq. of Cefn, co. Denbitrh.
Townley, 6. 5 Jan.'l815: TO. fst, Feb. 1841, Maria Cathe-
line, eldest dau. of Rev. W. Jex-Blake, and 2ndly, Anne,
eldest dau. of Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward, and has issue.
He TO. 3rdly, Sarah, dau. of Hugh Lyle, Esq. of Kno«k-
tama, co. Derry, and has issue.
Richard, Lieut. -Col. R. A., 6. 12 May, 1818; to. Anne, 3nd
dau. of Lieut.-Col. Wade, of Clonabraney, co. Meath, and
has issue.

Sarah, d. young. Mary Georgiana.

Sarah Elizabeth, m. Rev. Henry Archdall, 4th son of Edward
Archdall, Esq. of Castle Archdail, co. Fermanagh, and
has issue.
E izabeth Catherine, m. Oct. 1811, Rev. Alexander Orr,
and has issue.
Anns — Az., three lions' heads erased within a bordure
engrailed or. Crest — A lion's head erased, as in the arms.
Motto — Quis timet.
Seat — Saintfield House, Saintfield, co. Down.



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PRICE OF EOCKFIELD PARK.

Price, Joseph Thomas, Esq. of Rockfield Park,
CO. Monmouth, J. P. for cos. Monmouth and Here-
iordshire, Lord of the Manors of Trcgate and
Llanrothal, Herefordshire, and patron of the living
of Llanrothal, late District Judge, Cejlon Civil
Service, b. 22 Nov. 1837; m. 20 June, 1865, his
cousin, Madeline Birkett Peppercorne (dau. of
James Watts Peppercorne, £.?q. of the Stock
Exchange and of Oatlands Park, Weybridge,
Surrey, by Louisa Price his wife), and has issue,

Eeoinald Joseph Spencer, 6. 3 Nov. 1808.
Madeline Gwladys.

liineagre.— Thomas Price, of Monmouth, 6. 1687, to.
Elizabeth (who was 6. 1692, and d. 25 July, 1752), d. 21 July,
1767, and lies bur. with his wife in the churchyard of St. Mary's
Church in that town, in which church there is also a tablet
erected to their memories, adorned with the arms of the family.
They left issue,



I. John-, of whom presently.

II. Joseph. Commodore in the Naval Service of the Hon.
East India Co., 6. 1726: d. s. p. 1796, and lies bur. in the
churchyard of St. Mary's, Monmouth, in which church
tht-re is a tablet, by the celebrated Weslmacott, erected to
his memory.

III. Thomas, a merchant in Calcutta, d. 1776 ; m. and had
issue, one child Elizabeth, who d. 25 Sept. 175S, aged 6
years.

IV. Richard, an Officer in His Majesty's Naval Service, lost
in the Indian Seas, 1776 ; m. and d. s. j).

John Price, a merchant in Bombay. He d. 1771, having
had issue one son only,

Joseph Price, Esq. of Tregate Castle, Herefordshire, drc,
and Glendower House, Monmouth, &c., b. in Bombay 19 Aug.
1766; TO. 13 July, 1792, Mary Spencer (she was b. in Calcutta
9 Sept. 1778). He was a D.L. for the co. of Monmouth, Lord
of the Manors of Tregate and Llanrothal, Herefordshire, and.
patron of the living of Llanrothal. He had issue,

I. Charles Joseph, b. 19 April, 1794 ; d. 20 June, 1795.

II. Joseph, of whom hereafter.

III. Thomas, b. 24 March, 1801; d. 16 Sept. 1848; Vicar of
Llanrothal, Herefordshire, m. — Rogers, dau. of Rogers the
Voet.

IV. John, b. 5 April, 1802, Captain R.N., d. 1859it)wn.

V. Richard, b. 3 July, 1804, a Captain in the Army, d. 23
(let. 1841, unm.

VI. Charles, b. 17 Oct. 1809, Commissioner Bombay Indian
Civil Service, m. but had no issue.

VII. Henry, b. 31 Oct. 1810, d. 14 Dec. 1887, a Captain in the
army, m. hut d. i«. p.

VIII. Robert, b. 3 Nov. 1816, d. 31 March, 1831, Midshipman
K.N.

I Marianne, b. 24 Jan. 1799, d. 17 Nov. 1866 unm.

II. Elizabeth, b. II Feb. 1800, d. 13 Sept. 1S3I, m. Thomas
Addams Williams, Esq. of Llangibby Castle (see Williams
Of Llangibby Castle), and had issue.

III. Charlotte, b. 26 May, 1807, m. Capt. Edward Pepper-
corne, and d. 12 May, 1872, having had issue.

IV. Louisa, 6. 14 Dec. 1811, m. James Watts Peppercorne^
K.'^q. of the Stock Exchange and of Oatlands Park, Wey-
bridge, Surrey, and had issue.

V. Sophia, b. 25 Sept. 1818, to. John Dundas Watherston,
Vicar of Llanrothal 1849.

VI. Clara Spencer, b. 7 April, 1820, m. Capt. Charles Tim-
mins, and d. s. p. 27 March, 1850.

Joseph Price, Esq. of Tregate Castle, 6. 26 March, 1797; s-
to the estates of his father at his death. He proceeded to-
Ceylon in 1820, and entered the Civil Service of that colony,
and was for forty-two years District Judge of the Northern
Province of Ceylon, m. at Kayts, Jaffna, 11 Feb. 1825, Elizabeth
Toler, dau. of Dr. George Burleigh, Ceylon Rifles, by Rebecca
his wife, dau. of — Kingsley, Esq. of Tipperary. He retired
from the service 1861, and settled at Upper Stenshill, Hereford-
shire, one of the properties on his estate, and by her (who d..
2 Aug. 1860) had issue,

I. Joseph Thomas, now of Rockfield Park.

II. Richard John Cosby, Public Works Dept., Ceylon Civir
Service, 6. 16 March, 1844, w. Agnes, dau. of — Hureell,.
Esq., and d. 1883, having had issue, two daus. one of whom
Of.ly survives.

I. Mary Spencer, b. 18 Feb. 1827, to. at Jaffna, April, 1848,
Frederick Hugh I'earson Campbell, Esq., C.S.S,, fourth son
of the late Sir Alexander Campbell, Bart, of Aberuchill (see
Burke's Peerage), and had issue.

II. Eliza Maiia'nne, b. 12 Sept. 1829, to. William John
Gordon Forbes, C.S.S. , and d. 29 Feb. 1888, leaving issue.

III. Charlotte Louisa, h. 25 Jan. 1831, vi. Ist, J. Bradley,
E.<q., C.S.S., by whom she had a dau., anil 2ndly, her
cousin, John William Addams Williams (see Williams of
Llangibby Castle), by whom she had several children. She
d. 29 Feb. 1886.

IV. Catherine Harriet, h. 6 July, 1832, m. Henry Pole, Esq.,
C.C.S., and d. 1862, having had a dau. d. young.

V. Caroline Emily. 6. 7 Mav, 1835, d. 4 March, 1849.

VI. Eliza Clara, b. 5 Mav, 1836. to. 28 March, I860, inNellore
Church, near Jaffna, David Todd, Esq., Police Magistrate
Northern Province Ceylon, who d. 10 sept. 1880, leaving
issue.

VII. Agnes Emma, b. 28 May, 1839, m. 11 Feb. 1861, Austin
J. Ferguspon, Surg.-Gen. Army Medical Dept. (now retired),
and d. at Battasaloa, Ceylon, 23 May, 1»78, having had
i.ssue, a dau.

VIII. Cecil Sophia Margaret, 6. 22 May, 1842, to. 14 Dec.
Ia66. John Gordon Geddes, Esq. Cocoa Nut Glanton, and
by him (who d. 27 April, 1882), had issue.

Mr. Joseph Price d. 20 March, 1864, and lies interred in one of
the family vaults of St Mary's, Monmouth.
Seat— Rockfield Park, co. Monmouth.



PRICE OF BROOMFIELiD HALL.

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