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a.

William Dick, Esq. of Tullimet, co. Perth, and J. 1891.
ir. Henry Austin Bkcce (Right Hon.), P.C, created 1873

Bakon Aberdare {see Burke's Peerage),
HI. William Bruce, M.A. (Rev.), formerly Canon of Llandaff,

III. 1st, Mary Elizabeth, only dau. of the Very Rev. W. D.

Conybeare, Dean of Llandaff. He m. 2ndly, Margaret, dau.

of late Col. Olivier, and has issue.
rv. Robert Bruce, Gen. in the army, m. Rachel, dau. of

Ricliard Corbet, Esq. of Adderley, Salop, and d. leaving

issue.
V. Lewis Knight Bruce, m. Emilia, dau. of Augustus

Sullivan, Esq. of Ritchings, Bucks, and d. leaving issue.

I. Margaret Frances, m. Charles Thomas Alleyne, Esq. of
Porters. Barbadoes, and is deceased.

II. Blanche, m. 13 May, 1840, the Right Rev. James
Colquhoun Campbell, Bishop of Bangor, and d. 17 March,
1873.

III. Sarah Elizabeth, m. Robert Oliver Jones, Esq. of Fon-
mon Castle, co. Glamorgan, and d. 7 Oct. 18B9.

IV. Isabel, m. Eev. Roper Trevor Tyler, M.A., 2nd son of the
late Admiral Sir Charles Tyler; she d. Feb. 1859.

V. Mary Sinclair. vi. Elinor Maria.
VII. Gertrude Emma, d.

He m. 2ndly, 30 Nov. 1844, Alicia Grant, dau. of William
Bushby, Esq. of Great Cumberland Place. Mr. Bruce-Pryce,
whose patronymic was Knight, assumed the surname of Bruce
on attaining his majority, and that of Prtce in July, 1837, at
the death of his cousin, the Hon. Mrs. Booth Grey, his children
retaining the name of Beoce. He d. 19 Oct. 1872, and was s.
by his grandson, now of Duffryn.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, gu., two chevronels arg., a
crescent for difference, for Prtce ; 2nd and 3rd, or, a saltire
gu., on a chief of the last a martlet of the first, for Bruce.
Crests— 'ist, Price, a Paschal lamb ppr. : 2nd, Brcce, a dexter
arm in armour in bend, grasping a sceptre, all ppr. Mottoes —
Duw ar fy rhan (God for my portion) ; over the crest of Bruce,
Fuimus.

Scats— Blaen-y-cwm, Monknash, near Bridgend, co. Glamor-
gan ; and Abbeyholnie, Cheltenham.



PEYOE, OF WESTON.
Pbyoe, MAELBoEorGH EoBEET, Esq. of Weston
Park, Stevenage, Herts, M.A. 1873, J.P., late
Fello-sv of Trin. Coll. Camb., b. 16 Oct. 1848 ; m.
1875, Catherine Alice Hammond, elder dau. of
William Hammond Solly, Esq. of Serge Hill,
Herts, and has issue,

I. Walter Marlborough, 6. 19 Nov. 1880.

I. Ellen Catherine, b. 18 Dec. 1876.

II. Frances Alice Hammond, b. 7 Aug. 1882.

III. Elizabeth Mary, 6. 16 Jan. 1884.

IV. Caroline Hilda, 5. 20 June, 1885.
v. Margaret Eleanor, b. 27 Sept. 1887.
Ti. Hannah Mary, b. II June, 1890.

Lineage. —Robert Prtor, Esq. of Baldock, Son of John
Pryor, Esq.of Royston, who d. 1716 (by Sarah Izzard his wife),
111. 1st, Ellen Izzard, b. 10 Feb. 1699-1700, d. 2 Dec. 1744.
He Til. 2ndly, Elizabeth Taylor, and had issue, a son,

John Prtor, Esq. of Baldock, Herts, b. 1741, in. Martha
{nei Marlborough), relict of John FitzJohn, Esq., and d.
18J9, leaving by her (who d. 1812),

Tho.mas Marlborough Prtor, Esq., his 2nd son, 6. 1777, ra.
25 Nov. 1802, Hannah, dau. of Samuel Hoare Esq., Banker,
of Lombard Street, and of Hampstead, Middlesex, and by her
(who d. 30 April, 1850) had issue,

Marlborough, of Weston, Herts, J. P., 6. 1807 ; to. 1 July,
lb37, Eleanor, dau. of W. L. Rogers, Esq., and d. s. j>. 5
Feb. 1869.

Robert, late of High Elms.

Henry Hoare, d. s. p, 1841.



Ellen, m. Charles Toller, Esq. of Hampstead, who d. 1870,

and d. s. p. 1891.
Caroline, m. David Powell, Esq. of Hampstead, d. 14 Oct.

1865, having had issue.

Mr. Pryor d. March, 1821, and was s. by his son,

Robert Prtor, Esq. of High Elms, Herts, M.A., Trin. Coll.
Camb., Barrister-at-Law, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1868,
Chairman of Quarter Sessions of the Liberty of St. Alban, b.
21 April, 1812; to. 20 Aug. 1844, Elizabeth Caroline, dau. of
the late Wyrley Birch, Esq. of Wretham Hall, Norfolk, and d.
23 Aug. 1889, leaving issue,

I. Marlborough Robert, now of Weston Park.

II. Frederick Robert, d. an infant.

III. Selwyn Robert, 6. 17 Aug. 1855.

IV. I'rancis Robert, b. 30 March, 1862.
Sea i— High Elms, Watford.



PTJDSEY OF SEISDON" HALL.

AsTON-PuDSET, Geoege Pudset, Esq. of Seis-
don Hall, co. Stafford, J.P., Capt. Staffordshire
R.V., b. 5 March, 1826 ; s. his uncle 17 March,
1861 ; m. 9 Feb. 1869, Anne,, dau. of A. Bowyer,
Esq. of Much Wenlock, Salop, and has issue,

Mary Elizabeth, 6. 22 April, 1871.
Dorothy Colley, b. 2 Oct. 1879.

Lineage. — George Aston, Esq. of Newton, Salop, m.
.Sarah, dau. of William Wheeler, of Mahorrall, co. Hereford,
by Jane his wife, dau. of Thomas Peacli, and had issue,

I. George Peach, 6. 5 May, 1782; to. Mary Anne, dau. of John
Baker, of The Down, Salop, and had issue,

1 George Pudset, successor to his uncle.

2 John, bapt. 11 Jan. 1831.

3 Thomas Baker (Rev.), bapt. 26 Nov. 1832.

4 William, bapt. 14 July, 1835.

1 Mary Anne, bapt. 31 March, 1828; m. Frederick Taj-lor
Webster, Esq. of Preen, Salop.

II. Thomas Peach, of whom presently.

III. John, heir to his brother.

I. Sarah, to. Jonathan Green, M.D., of Great Marlborough
Street, London.

The 2nd son.

Thomas Peach Aston, Esq. bapt. 1.} Aug. 1783, who-
assumed by royal licence, 1807, the surname and arms of
PcESET on succeeding to the property of Samuel Peachj.
Esq., whose mother, Elizabeth, was dau. and heir of Thomas
Pudsey, Esq. of Seisdon. He d. mini. March, 1846, leaving
the Seisdon estates to his brother,

John Aston, Esq. {b. 21 March, 1785), who assumed by
royal licence the surname and arms of Pudset in com-
pliance with his brother's will. He d. 17 March, 1861, and
was s. by his nephew, the present George Pudset Aston-
PUDSET, Esq.

Ariiis — 'Vert, a chevron between three mullets or, on a can-
ton arg. a lozenge sa. Crest — A mountain-cat passant guar-
dant, charged on the shoulder with a lozenge or, for distinc-
tion. Motto — Fortuna favente.

Seat — Seisdon Hall, Wolverhampton.



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PTJGH OF LLANERCHYDOL.

ProH-LovELL, Maet Jane, of Llancrchydol,
CO. Montgoriiery, m. 1857, Peter Audley Lovell^
Esq. of Cole Park, Wilts, D.L. for co. Wilts,
formerly of the 7th Dragoon Guards, and who d.
1869, leaving issue,

Peter Audlet David Arthur Lovell, Esq. of Cole Park,
CO. Wilts, Capt. Coldstream Guards, 6. 10 Dec. 1857.

Mrs. Pugh-Lovell s. her sister, the late Mrs. Pugh-
Johnson, 1881, and assumed the name of Pugh by
royal licence 1882.

Lineage. — This family descends from Hugh ap Cad-
walader, of Llanerchydol, b. 1657, who was father of

Charles ap Hugh Cadwallader, 6. 1687, who, by Jane hiss
wife, had issue,
David, of whom presently.

Humphrey, i. 2i March, 1725 ; d. 1760, leaving (with two
daus., Mary and Jane) a son,
Charles, m. Jane, 3rd dau. of William Lloyd, Esq. of
Jlontgbmery, by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of —
Griffiths, Esq. uf Weston, Salop, and d. 21 Dec. 1796,
leaving issue by her (who to. 2ndly, Sir Arthur Davies
Owen, of Glansevern, co. Montgomery, and d. t'to.
1822) a son, the late David Pugh, Esq. of Llanerchydol.



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THE LANDED GENTRY.



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John, 6. 14 March, 1727 ; m. 7 May, 1858, Mary Paeet, and
left a dau. Mary, ?)i. 1st, Evan Vaughan, Esq. of Beguildy,
CO. Radnor, and ■2ndly, Rev. John Murray ; rf. 24 April,
1842, leaving by the former an only dau. and heir, Anne,
VI. David Tugh, Ksi^.
Michael, b. 29 Sept. 1737.
Jane. Mary.

The eldest son,

David Pcgh, Esq., High Sheriff co. Montgomery 1785, who
possessed estates in cos. Kent and Montgomery, b. 14 Sept.
1723; m. Margaret, dau. of William Lloyd, Esq. of Mont-
gomery, and Mary his wife, dau. and heir of — Griffiths, Esq.
of Weston, co. Salop, and d. s. p. 9 Feb. 1807, when he was s.
by his grand-nephew,

David Pcgh, Esq. of Llanerchydol, co. Montgomery, J.P.
and D.L., late Major of the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry,
Recorder of Welshpool, and M.P. for the Montgomeryshire
Burghs, b. 14 Aug. 1789; m. 11 July, 1814, Anne, only dau.
and heir of Evan Vaughan, Esq. of Beguildy, co. Radnor (de-
scended from Cadwgan, son of Erystan Glodrydd), and by her
<who d. S Oct. 1863) had issue,

David, b. 24 April, 1815; d. ^tnm. 15 Sept. 1S57.

Charles VAnoHAN, of Llanerchydol, D.L., late Capt. 90th

Foot, b. 19 May, 1818; m. 28 June, 1849, Felicia Harriet,

only dau. of the late Capt. Gosling, R.N., and d. s. ^j. 28

Dec. 1875.

John Cadwallader, Lieut, in the Royal Regt., 6. 30 May,

1829; d. iinm. 19 July, 1851.
Margaret Anne, of whom presently.
Mart Jaxe, now uf Llanerchydol.
Mr. Pugh d. 20 April, 1861. His eldest dau.

Margaret Anne Pcgh-Johnson, of Llanerchydol, vi. Capt.
"Welles Johnson, R.X. ,M.P., of Hannington Hall, co. Wilts,
lie d. 3 Aug. 1863, leaving issue,

I. Margaret Mary Lilian Willes, m. 1890, Arthur Lovett, Esq.
of Belmont, Shropshire.

II. Harriet Mildred Vaughan, m. :1880, Henry J. Scobell,
Esq., Royal Scots Greys.

III. Maud Felicia Frances Anne, m. 1884, R. C. Long, Esq.,
son of the late R. P. Long, Esq., M.P. of Hood Ashton.

She d. 25 Xov. 1881, and was s. by her sister, Maey Jane
'Pugh-Lovell, now of Llanerchydol.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., a lion passant guar-
dant sa., crowned or, between three fleur-de-lis gu. ; 2nd and
3rd, sa., three greyhounds courant arg. Crest — A lion, as in
the arms, holding a fleur-de-lis gu. Motto— (^m invidet minor
est.

Seat — Llanerchydol, 'Welsbpool, co. Montgomery.



PULLEINE OF CRAKE HALL.

PuLLEixE, Henry Pekct, Esq. of Linton,
Northumberland, Lieut. South Wales Borderers,
present representative of the Pclleine family,

Lineage.— Richard Pulleine, of Killinghall, co. York,
•m. Eleanor, dau. of John Rudd, of the same place, and had a
son,

John Pclleine, m. Jane, dau. of Thomas Ross, of Ingman-
thorp, and had four sons and six daus. Tlie eldest son,

James Pulleine, m. 1st, Frances, dau. of Sir William Ingleby,
Knt. of Ripley, by Cicely his wife, dau. of Sir George Talbois,
Unt., and had by her a son, John, his heir, and a dau. Cecilia,
d. unm. He m. 2ndly, abont 1570, Frances, dau. of Walter
■Pulleine, of Scotton, co. York, andhadbyher(with three daus.)
four sons. Mr. Pulleine was s. at his decease by hia eldest
eon,

John Pulleine, Esq. of Killinghall, m. Agnes, dau. of
'5\'illiam Vavasour, Esq. of Weston, co. York, and left at his
-decease (his widow 7ii. 2ndly, Edmund Parkinson, Esq.) a son
and successor,

Thomas Pulleine, Esq. of Killinghall, to. Isabella, dau. of
Thomas Busfleld, of Risliforth and Leeds, and widow of R.
Xewby, of the same place, and had (with other issue) a son,

Thomas Pulleine, Esq., Master of the Stud to William III.,
and High Sheriff of co. Y'ork 1696 and 1703, who purchased
Carleton Hall. He ra. 1st, Katherine Craylhorn, of Ness, by
whom he had a son,

Henry, Governor of the Bermudas, and Major in Sir Charles
Hotham's Hegt., m. Miss BiUinghara, of York, and had
issue.

:Mr. Pulleine m. 2ndly, 1686 or 1687, Dorothy, aunt to Hugh,
Earl of Northumberland, and dau. of Sir Jerome Smithson, of
.Stanwick, by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Edward Wingate,
Esq. of Lockley's Hall, Herts, and had issue, Thomas, d. unm. ;
Wingate, of whom presently ; Dorothy, m. Reginald Marriott,
Esq., M.P. for Weymouth; Catherine; Mary, to. Richard



Garth, Esq. of Morden, Surrey; Frances, d. young. Thomas
Pulleine's 2nd son,

Wingate Pulleine, Esq. of Carleton Hall, m. 1st, 1721,
Catherine Frances, dau, and co-heir of Philip Babington, Esq.
of Babington, and widow of John Astley, Esq., and had by her
an only child, Wingate, who d. in infancy. He to. 2ndly,
Frances, dau. of Ralph Cars, Esq. of Cocken Hall, co. Durham,
and had by her (who d. 1735),

I. Thomas Babington, of Carleton Hall, co. York, 6. 21 June,
1731 ; m. Winifred, dau. of Edward CoUingwood, Esq. of
Dissington Hall, Northumberland (by Mary his wife, dau.
and co-heir of John Roddam, Esq. of Roddam), and left at
his decease an only surviving child and heir,

Mary Winifred, m. Walter Spencer Stanhope, Esq. of
Canon Hall, co. Y'ork {see Stanhope of Cannon Hall).

II. Henry, of whom presently.

I. Isabella, in. Charles Wilkinson, Esq. of Thorp, co. York,
and d. 25 Aug. 1812, aged 60.

II. Dorothy, d. young, 1734.

Mr. Wingate Pulleine d. Aug. 1763. His younger son,
Henry Pulleine, Esq. of Carleton Hall, 6. 1734 ; m. 11 Sept.

1764, Elizabeth, dau. of John Hutton, Esq. of Marske, co.

York, and had issue, i. Henky Percy, his heir ; ii. Hutton

Lewis, d. unm. ; i. Ann Babington, to. Thomas Pulleyn Mosley,

Esq. of Burley Hall; li. Eliza, d. unm. Mr. Pulleine was «.

by his son,
Henky Percy Pulleine, Esq., J. P., 6. 30 Nov. 1770, who

sold Carleton Hall, and purchased Crake Hall, co. Y'ork, 1810.

He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Anthony Askew, M.D., of London,

and had issue by her (who d. 24 April, 1839),

I. Henry, Cornet 1st Dragoons, d. unm. 25 Dec. 1817.

II. James, of Crake Hall and Clifton Castle.

III. Robert, Rector of Kirby Wisk, co. York, b. 18 Sept.
J 806 ; m. 7 Oct. 1835, Susan, eldest dau. of the late H. Bur-
nu'Ster, Esq. of Burntwood Lodge, Surrey, andd. 1868,
leaving issue,

1 Henry Burmester, Lieut.-Col. in the army, 6. 12 Dec.
1838; TO. F'rances, dau. of H. Bell, Esq. of P'ermoy, and
was killed in battle at Isandula 22 Jan. 1879, having had
i.ssue, Henry Percy, present representative. Amy, and
Mabel.

2 Robert Askew, b. 9 July, 1840, and d. 2 Feb. 1843.

3 John James, of Trin. Coll. Camb., Rector of Kirby Wisk,
b. 10 Sept. 1841; m. Elizabeth Esther, dau. of T. C.
llincks, Esq. of Breckenbrough, and had issue.

4 William Wingate, b. 8 Dec. 1842.

5 Frederick Arthur, b. 20 Dec. 1843; to. Lucy, dau. of
Archdeacon Bute, of New Zealand, and has issue.

1 Susan Elizabeth.

I. Eliza Dorothy, in. 22 Aug. 1831, Arthur Lysaght, Esq.,
Capt. R.N. (his 2nd wife), afterwards promoted to the rank
of Admiral, and d. 1871, leaving issue.

II. Henrietta, in. 31 May, 1826, John Hincks, Capt. R.A., of
Cowling Hall, co. York, who d. 14 Oct. 1842.

III. Anne, to. Bev. Thomas Richard Byder, M.A., Vicar of
Ecclesfield, co. York, who d. 24 July, 1839, and d. March,
1S75.

IV. Frances, m. Rev. Robert William Bosanquet, Rector of
Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, and d. Jan. 1835.

V. Amy Anne, to. Hugh Spencer Stanhope, Esq. and d. s. p.

VI. Marianne, to. 17 Sept. 1835, Thomas Cowper Hincks,
Esq. of Breckenbrough, and had issue.

VII. Sarah, d. July, 1873.

VIII. Charlotte, to. 7 Sept. 1835, William Roddam, Esq. of
Roddam, and d. July, ls37, leaving an only dau.

Mr. Pulleine d. 1 May, 1833, and was s. by his son,

James Pulleine, Esq. of Crake Hall, J.P. and D.L., M.A.,
F.S.S., Barrister-at-Law, High Sheriff 1870, 6. 31 Oct. 1804 ;
m. 7 Aug. 1841, Anne Caroline, eldest dau. of Edward Majori-
banks, Esq. of Wimpole Street, and by her (who d. 28 March,
1889) had an only child,

Georgina Elizabeth, now of Crake Hall and Clifton Castle,
b. 5 Feb. 1846; m. 5 Feb. 1868, Right Hon. Major-Gen. Sir
John Clayton-Cowell, R.E., P.O., K.C.B., Master of the
Household to H.M. the Queen, and has had issue,

I. Albert Victor John (for whom Her Majesty stood
sponsor), b. 12 June, 1869; Lieut Rifle Brigade.

II. Leopold James, b. 9 Feb. and d. 13 Oct. 1872.

III. Henry Pulleine John, 6. 20 March, 1879.

I. Alice Anne, b. 6 Dec. 1873, to. 25 Feb. 1892, Capt. the
Hon. Ascheton Gore Cuzon-Howe, R.N., youngest son of
the 3rd Earl Howe (See Burke's Peerage).

II. Marie, 6. 20 March, 187G.

Mr. Pulleine s. to Clifton Castle in 1863, at the death of his
cousin, Timothy Hutton, Esq. of Marske and Clifton Castle,
CO. York. He d. 23 March, 1879.

Arms—kz., a bend cotised arg., charged with three escallops
gu., on a chief or, three martlets of the field. Crest — A pelican
feeding its young. il/o«(o— Nulla pallescere culpi.

Seats — Crake Hall, and Clifton Castle, near Bedale.



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THE LANDPJD GENTRY.



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PULLER OF YOUNGSBURY.

PuLLEU, Christopher Beknakd, Esq. of
Toungsbury, co. Herts, b. 20 July, 1875; s. liis
father 1892.

Lineag'e. — Sampson Pdher, of London, 1663 (son of
■William Puller, of Shrewsbury, who d. Oct. 1663), had issue,

Samuel Puller, who m. Sarah, dau. of John Doune, and by
her (who d. 1727) had a son,

Christopher Puller, of Woodford, Essex, 6. circa 1707 ; a
Director of the Bank of England 1786 ; d. 1789, leaving issue
by Elizabeth Noyes, his wife,

Richard Puller, of London, b. 1746 : m. Selina, dau. of
Thomas Wall, of Albury Park, co. Surrey, and d. 1826, leaving
issue,

Sir Christopher Puller, Knt., Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of Calcutta, 6. 1774: Fellow of Oriel Coll.,
Oxon ; 771. 9 Aug. 1804, Louisa, only dau. of Joseph King, Esq.
of Taplow, Bucks ; by Mary his wife, surviving dau. of Daniel
Giles, Esq. of Youngsbury, Herts, Governor of the Bank of
England 1795, and by her (who s. her brother Benjamin Giles
King, at Youngsbury in 1840, and d. 20 Sept. 1857) had issue.
Sir Christopher d. 25 May, 1824. His son,

Christopher William Giles Puller, Esq. of Youngsbury,
CO. Herts, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Herts 1857-64, Barrister-at-
Law, b. 16 June, 1807; m. 5 July, 1831, Emily, youngest dau.
of the late William Blake, Esq. of Danesbury, Herts, and had
issue,

I. Arthur Giles, his heir.

II. Charles Puller, of whom presently.

III. Christopher Cholmeley, b 8 Dec. 1839.

IV. Frederick William (Rev.), b. 11 Sept. 1843,

V. Bernard John (Rev.), 6. 24 March, 1845, d. 9 March,
1875.

I. Louisa Giles, d. 26 June, 1840.

II. Ellen Charlotte, d. 14 Dec. 1892.

III. Mary Caroline, m. 26 June, 1869, Col. John Gamier,
li.E., son of Very Rev. Dean Gamier, of Lincoln, grand-
son of William Charles, 4th Earl of Albermarle.

IV. Rosa Selina.

V. Alice Henrietta, m. 19 Sept. 1882, Bev. Claude Cecil
Thornton, Hector of Northwold, Korfolk, and has issue,
three sons and five daus.

Mr. Giles-Puller was granted, in 1857, a royal licence to
assume the surname of Giles, in addition to and before
Poller, for himself and such of his descendants as should
become possessed of the estate of Y'oungslury. He d. 10 Feb.
1864, and was s. by his eldest son,

Arthur Giles-Puller, Esq. of Youngsbury, co. Herts,
J.P., 6. 8 May, 1833, educated at Eton and Trin. Coll. Camb.,
M. A., called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1861, Lieut. Herts
Yeomanry, d. unm. 31 March, 1885, and was s. by his
brother,

Charles Giles-Puller, Esq. of Y^oungsbury, Herts, J.P.
and D.L., M.A., sometime in Holy Orders and Fellow of
Trin. Coll. Camb., and formerly Vicar of Standon, Herts, 6. 6
Oct. 1824 ; m. 20 Oct. 1874, Emmeline Maria, 2nd dau. of Wil-
liam Longman, Esq. of Ashlyns, Herts, and had issue,

I. Christopher Bernard, now of Youngesbury.

II. Francis Charles, b. 7 Sept. 1876.

III. Richard King, 6. 26 Feb. 1889, d. next day.

I. Katharine Mary.

II. Louisa.

III. Margaret.

Mr. Charles Giles-Puller d. 3 May, 1892, and was s. by his
eldest son.

Arms — For Puller — Az., a bend inverted with plain cottiscs
between three escallops or. on a chief of the last, a quatreioil
between two escallops of the first and for Cresf— In front of a
mount vert, thereon a dove holding in the beak an olive branch
ppr., three e.scallops inverted or ; For Giles — Per chevron erm.
and az., a lion rampant counter-changed, between in chief
two crosses clechee voided of the second; and for Crest —
Issuant from an annulet or, a lion"s gamb, erased, az., charged
with a cross clechee voided, also or, holding a branch of a peach
tree leaved and fructed ppr., quarterly in the second quarter
■with the arms of Puller.

6ea£— Youngsbury, near Ware, Herts.



PURCELL OF ALTAMIRA.

PiiECELL, PiEECE, Esq. of Dromore and Alta-
mira, co. Cork, J.P. b. 27 May, 1811 ; m. 7 June,
1856, Alicia Ellen, 2nd dau. of the late Eichard
Wills Gason, Esq. J.P. and D.L., of Kichmond,
near Nenagh, co. Tipperary, by Anne his wife,
II.



eldest dau. of the late Charles Henry Leslie, Esq.
of Wilton, and has issue,

I. James Charles Henry, b. 31 Jan. 1859.

II. William Wills, 6. 22 May, 1860.

I. Annette Ellen.

II. Georgina Hannah, m. 27 April, 1893, Ludlow Mainwar-
ing, son of the late Rev. A. Armstrong Jones, Rector of
Kilmore, Kenagh, co. Tipperary.

Lineage.— Pierce Purcell, Esq. of Altamira, son of
William Purcell, Esq. of Altamira, co. Cork (by Mary Goold
his wife), and grandson of James Purcell, 3rd son of John
Purcell, of PuUeen, m. Barbara, dau. of Thomas Harris, Esq.
of Harrisgrove (by Hannah his wife, dau. of Richard Purcell,
Esq. of Kilbrin, co. Cork), and had issue,

I. William Purcell, Esq. of Altamira, m. 1832, his cousin,
Margaret, dau. of Rev. Mathew Purcell, of Burton House,
and dying 2 Jan. 1837, left an only child, Eliza Augusta,
heir of Highfort, m. 1857, Henry Longfield, Esq. of Sea-
court.

ir. James, of Dromore, co. Cork, m. 17 Nov. 1808, Ellen
(who d. Feb. 1819), dau. of Usher Philpot Williamson. Esq.
of Old Dromore, near Mallow, in the aforesaid co., J. P., by
Anne his wife, dau. of Col. Thomas Lloyd, of Beechmount,
CO. Limerick; d. 10 Feb. 1830, having had issue, two sons
and one dau.,

1 Pierce, now of Altamira and Dromore, co. Cork.

2 Usher Williamson (Rev.), of Wigginton Vicarage, near
Tamworth, co. Stafford, m. Susan (who d. 17 July,
1876), dau. of the late Rev. William Fell, Rector ot
Bhecpy.

1 Anne.

III. Richard Harris, now of Annabella, near Mallow, m.
Louisa, youngest dau. of William Leader, Esq. of Mount
Leader, co. Cork, and had issue, iiiier aiios,

1 Richard Harris Purcell, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, m. his
cousin, Margaret, dau. of Rev. Mathew Purcell, ot
Burton House, co. Cork, and has issue by her, Ferdinand
Albert Purcell ; Mio Adolph ; Eugene.

2 John Harris, of Copcswood, co. Cork, ra. Louisa, dau. of
Thomas Leader, Esq. of Spring Mount, co. Cork, and d.
leaving issue, Isabel, Harriet St. Leger, and Florence
Meta.

I. Hannah.

II. Eliza, m. her cousin, Richard Purcell, M.D., of Highfort.

III. Mary.

IV. Lucy, m. John Sandes, Esq. co. Kerry.

Sca^s— .-Vltamira, near Buttevant, and Dromore, near
Mallow.



PURCELL OF Co. CORK.

PcTRCEiL, Eev. Fraxcis Talbot, Vicar of Edstas-
ton, CO. Salop, b. 30 Jan. 1833 ; m. 5 Oct. 1858, Fanny
Jane, dau. of Edward Keane, Capt. R.N., by Sarah
Ladd Peake his wife, and granddau. of Michael
Keane, uncle of the 1st Lord Keane, and has issue,

I. James Edward, b. 20 April, 1866.

II. John Norton, b. 20 Nov. 1870.

I. Letitia Sarah, b. 1 Jan. 1860; m. 5 July, 1883, Eev. Victor
Reginald Bomford, youngest son of Samuel Bomford, late
Lieut. 3rd Dragoon Guards, Major Royal North Gloucester
Militia, by Frances Jane his wife, dau. of Samuel Pratt
Winter, Esq. of Agher, co. Meath, and has issue, a dau.,
Frances, b. 14 Feb. 1887. (Mr. Samuel Bomford was
brother of the late George Bomford, J.P., High Sheriff
1860, of Oakley Park, co. Meath.)

n. Frances Isabella Mary, b. 25 Feb. 18G2.

III. Agnes Talbot, b. 23 April, 1864.

IV. Eleanor, b. 13 July, 1868.

V. May Eiffe, 6. 22 April, 1873.

Lineag'e. — Richard Purcell, Esq. (of the ancient family
of Purcell, Barons of Loughmoe) of Kanturk House and
Springfort, co. Cork, temp. Charles IL, wc. Miss Butler, and
had issue,

I. John, 6. 22 Jan. 1687. n. James, b. 22 Nov. 1092.

III. William, b. 23 Nov. 1694.

IV. Richard, of whom presently.

I. Sarah, 6. 1 Oct. 1696. n. Mary, 6. 3 July, 1098.

The 4th son,

Richard Purcell, Esq. of Kanturk House and Springfort,

b. 16 June, 1703 ; m. Jane, dau. of Richard Goodwin, Esq. of

Coomhooly and Eeindesart, co. Cork, and had issue, seveu

sons and two daus.,

I. Richard, (Rev.), b. 1728 ; Scholar Trin. Coll. Dublin 1747,

Rector of Coole 1759 ; m. 1762, Catherine Grove, ot Bal'.y-

himmock, co. Cork, and d. s. p, 12 Aug. 1797.

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■ II. WiUiam, h. 20 Sept. 1730, d. at St. Helena 16 June, 1753.

III. Percival, b. 23 Sept. 1731, killed at the storiuiug of
Bellisle.

IV. James, 6. 5 June, 1733; d. 5 Oct. 1801.

V. John, 6. 12 May, 1735, d. in Portugal 29 Aug. 1759.

VI. Thomas, 6. 3 June, 1738, d. 24 July, 1775.
vii. Goodwin, 6.8 Dec. 1739.

I. Catherine, b. 10 July, 1732.

II. Mary. b. IS May, 1734.

The youngest son,

Goodwin Pdhcell, Esq., J. P. of Kanturk House, 6. 8 Dec.
1739 ; m. Mary Allan (whose family had property near Kan-
turk, CO. Cork), and had issue,

I. George.

u. Kichard, Major North Cork Militia.

III. James. iv. Goodwin, Major 31st Regt.

The eldest son,

George Pibceli,, Esq., J. P., of Glannanore, Castletown
Roche, near Fermoy, co. Cork, m. 1791, Mary, dau. of Rev.
Edward Delany, Rector of Whitechurch orTemplegall, Diocese
of Cloyne, and d. 29 Jan. 1S30, having had issue by her (who
d. 22 May, 1837), four sous and five daus.,

I. James George (Rev.).

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