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Ptm, Francis, Esq. of The Hazels, Beds, and
Eadwell House, Herts, J.P. and U.L. for Beds, late
of the 1st Life Guards, b. 6 Dec. 1849 ; m. 19 July,
1891, Alice Conway, youngest dau. of the late Sir
George Colthurst, Bart., M.P., of Blarney Castle,
CO. Cork,

Xiineag-e.— This family came from the co. Devon, and was
for many years after settled in Bucks, at Brill, and as early
as 1411, it is recorded that certain lands in that co., formerly
belonging to John Pymme, were made over to John Comp-

William Ptm, Esq. of Hasells Hall, co. Bedford (son of
William Pym, Esq. of Xorton Bury and Radwell, Herts, by
Catherine his wife, eldest dau. of Eev. William Wollaston,
M.A., and grandson of William Pym, Esq. of Norton Bury,
whose father, William Pym, Esq. of St. Martin-in-the-Fields,
Middlesex, d. 1673, his will having been proved in that year),
m. 18 Oct. 1748, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Heylock Kingsley,
Esq. of Hasells Hall, co. Bedford, and by her (who d. 4 Aug.
1761) had three sons,

Francis, his heir.

AVilliam, d. at Tours, France, 1 Dec. 1775, aged 26.

Wollaston, Hector of liadwell, Herts, m. 179iJ, Mary, dau.
of Thomas Cartwright, Esq. of Aynho, co. Nunhamptun, d.

Mr. Pym d. 9 July, 1788, aged 65, and was «. by his eldest son,
Francis Ptm, Esq. of Hasells Hall, M. P. for Beds, m. May,
1784, Anne, dau. of Robert Palmer, Esq. of Holme Park, co.
iierks, d. 1838, and by her had issue,
Francis, his heir.

William Wollaston, Rector of Willan, Herts,?.. 1702; m. 1st,
1822, Sophia Rose, 6th dau. of Admiral Samuel Gambier,
brother of Lord Gambier, and had issue,

1 Wollaston Frank, b. 1830; m. 1 June, 1858, Augusta
Sarah, eldest dau. of the late Rsv. John Lynes, Incum-
bent of Hatton, and Caroline Sobieski his wife, dau. of
John Wynne, Esq. of Ganhmeillolo, North Wales.

2 Edward Gambier (Kev.), h. 1831, Rector of Willan,
Herts, m. Lucy Catherine, 4th dau. of Robert Baxter, of
-Stoke Lodge, co. Leicester, and d. 24 Nov. 1864, leaving
ipsue, Gambier, b. 18.59, d. 1871 ; Edward Baldwin, 6.21
Kec. Is64; Evelyn Rose: Arabella Constance; Lucy
Agnes; Adeline, and Lucy Mabel.

3 William JIills Parry, Rector of Corsham, Wilts, b. 1839-
TO. Maria Georgina, 3rd dau. of Sir Henry Eveiy, Bart!
(nee Burke's Fta-age), and d. 1874, leaving issue, Paul
John Every ; William Guy Every ; and Vere.

4 Charles Guy, b. 1841; m. 1885, Emily Mildred, dau. of
Henry Sykes Ihornton, of Battersea Rise, and has issue
Dorothy Mildred, and Marjoiie. '

He m. 2ndly, 1843, Edith Elizabeth, dau of the late Vice-
Admiral Noble, and had issue, two sons and two daus.,

5 Horatio Noble, of Foxwold, Kent, h. 2 July, 1844; m.
1st, 1876, Sarah Juliet, dau. of Edmund ]5ackhouse, of
Miildleton Lodge, who d. 1880, leaving issue ; 2ndly
Jane Hannah, dau. of late Robert Barclay Fox, of Groie
Hill, Cornwall, and has issue.

6 Montagu Charles Lamb, b. 1850.

1 Rose Annie, m. 1866, Sir Philip Frederick Rose, Bart, of
Rayneis, Bucks, and has issue {see Burke's Peerage).
Robert, Rector of Elmley, co. York, 6. 1794; d. 1861.
John, 13th Light Dragoons, killed at Waterioo 1816."
Charies, of Hove, Sussex, assumed by royal licence, 6 .\pril,

1870, the surname and arms of Reading, b. 1796- d
Anne, b. 1789; d. 1836.

Catheiine, m. 1835, Rev. W. H. B. Hillcoat, D.D., deceased.
The eldest son,

Francis Ptm, Esq. of The Hasells, Beds, and Radwell
House, Herts, b. '22 June, 1790 ; s. his father 1833 ; m. 3 Oct.
1816, the Lady Jane Elizabeth Leslie Melville, •2nd dau. of the
7th Earl of Lcven and Melville, and by her (who d. 25 April,
1848) had issue,
I. Francis Leslie, of whom presently.

u. Alexander, of Briekhill House, Beds, J. P., 6. 8 Jan. 1820 ;
111. 21 Dec. 1847, Eliza Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sir Albert
Pell (by the Hon. Margaret Letitia Matilda his wife, dau. of
the r2th Baron St. John), and d. 1889, having had issue by
her, with six dans.,

Alexander Waldegrave, b. 3 Feb. 1854; d. 1888.
Francis St. John, b. 21 March, 1855; d. 1878.
Walter Ruthven, b. 22 June, 1856.
Albert Roderick, b. 10 June, 18'.9.
Claude George Melville, b. 10 .Vug. 1860.
Margaret Lucy.
Elizabeth Matilda.

III. Henry Wollaston, b. 23 July, 1821 ; d. at Dinapore, East
Indies, 17 April, 184.i.

IV. William Melville, b. 18 Nov. 1822; d. May, 1833.

V. John Archibald, 2nd Bombay Light Cavalry, 6. 6 Feb.
1S30 : m. Cecilia Tlieophila, 2nd dau. of Sir Richard Jenkins,
G.C.B., and d. at Bombay Nov. 1862, leaving issue,

Charles Archibald, b. 1854.
Helen Maud, d. 1878.

VI. Robert Ruthven, b. 27 Jan. 1832 ; m. 23 Oct. 1855, Har-
riet, eldest dau. of Henry Sykes Thornton, Esq., and d. 17
Jan. 1894, leaving by her, who d. 15 Jan. 1894, two daus.,

Ruth Harriet, 6. 18.56; m. Fairfax B. Wade.
Ethelred Cecil, b. 1858; hi. Kev. Maishall Tweddell.

VII. Charles Melville (Rev.), Rector of Cherry Burton, Y'ork-
sliire, b. 11 Oct. 1834; m. 1st, 1857, Louise, dau. of George
Aylward, Esq., and 2ndly, 8 Nov. 1882, Alice Marj-, dau.
of Henry Hynman Allenby, Esq. of Kenwick Hall and
Gamsgate Hall, co. Lincoln.

I. Jane Anne, m. 23 Jan. 1845, the Hon. and Rev. Samuel
Waldegrave, late Bishop of Cariisle, 2nd son of William,
6th Earl Waldegrave, and d. G June, 1877, aged 59, leaving

II. Lucy Katherine, m. John Deacon, Esq. of Mabledon,
Kent, and has issue.

lu. Elizabeth Mary, m. 31 Oct. 1849, Henry Abel Smith,

Esq. of Wilford House, Notts (see Burke's Peerage), and

has issue.
IV. Harriet Matilda, m. 4 June, 1858, Frederic Chatfield

Smith, Esq., M.P..of Bramcote Hall, co. Notts {see Burke's

Peerage), and has issue.

Mr. Pym d. 15 Feb. 1860, and was s. by his eldest son,

Francis Leslie Ptm, Esq. of The Hasells, Beds, and Rad-
well House, Herts, b. 14 Sept. 1818; s. his father 23 Feb. 1860;
m. 7 Oct. 1847, Mary Jemima, youngest dau. of Rev. Henry
Palmer, of Withcote Hall, co. Leicester, and dying 23 April,
1860 (killed by a railway accident), left issue,

Francis, now of The Hazels and Radwell.

Henry Leslie, b. 10 May, 1855; d. 21 June, 1881.

John Ruthven, 6. 9 Aug. 1857 ; d. 23 Dec. 1870.

Frederick William, b. 27 Jan. 1859.

Jane Elizabeth, m. 7 Jan. 1869, Rev. William Cornish Hunt,
Hector of Odell, Beds. He d. 7 Feb. 1891, leaving issue.

Lucy Jemima, m. 9 April, 1874, Lieut. -Col. Harry Godfrey,
late Grenadier Guards, who d. 16 Sept. 1892.

Alice Mary.

Eleanor Constance.

Emily Georgiana, d. 10 May, 1856.

Catherine Rose, m. 10 June, 18U0, Rev. Edivard Hill, Rector
of Shrivenham.

Armi — Sa., on a fesse between three owls or, as many crosses-
crosalet of the first. Crest— \ hind's head erased or, with a





collar flory counterflory az., holding in the mouth a trefoil
slipped ppr. Motto— J^osce te ipsum.

^>Va(s— The Hazels, Sandy, Beds, and Eadwell House, Bul-
dock, Herts.

PlEKE, DuNCOMBE, Esq. of Dean Hall, co.
Gloucester, J. P. and D.L., late Capt. Gloucester-
sliire Light Infantry Militia, 6. 15 Jan. 1836; m.
3 Feb. 1857, Susan, eldest dau. of Thomas Evans,
iisq., M.D., Gloucester, and Las issue,

I. Beginald Dcncombe, Capt. late K.O. Yorkshire L.I., 6.
26 Jan. 1858.

II. George Apperley, 6. 26 March, 1859: d. 23 July, 1877.

III. Valentine, 6. 29 May, 1864; m. 24 Dec. 1887, Emily
Kosa, dau. of W. Wilford, and has issue, Keginald
Wilford and Gladys Emily.

I. Constance, m. 25 Sept. 1833, W. C. P. Cooper, Esq. and
has issue.

Lineage.— This is an old Gloucestershire family.

Joseph Fyrke, Esq. of Dean Hall, J. P. and D.L., Verderer
<<f the Forest of Dean, only son (by Charlotte his wife, only
tlau. of George Evans, Esq. of Gray's Inn) of Joseph Pyrke,
Esq., J. P., D.L., Verderer of the Forest of Dean, and Deputy-
Constable of the Castle of St. Briavels, 6. 16 May, 1774; m. 2
Jan. 1805, Eliza, dau. of Thomas Apperley, Esq. of Wooton
House, CO. Gloucester, and had issue,

DcNCOMBE, late of Dean Hall. Charlotte Eliza.

Louisa Mary, m. 1st, Rev. T. Leach Tovey, and 2ndly,
William Norcott, Esq. Emily.

3Ir. Pyrke d. 9 Jan. 1851. His only son,

DcNCOMBE PiBKE, Esq. of Dean Hall, co. Gloucester, J.P.
and D.L., Verderer of the Forest of Dean, formerly 10th
Hussars, 6. 7 Jan. 1809; vi. 16 Xov. 1833, Harriet Jemima,
•5th dau. of Eev. William Mairis, D.D., Vicar of Bishop's
Lavington, Wilts, Chaplain in Ordinary to H.B.H. the Duke
of Kent, and had issue,

I. Ddncombe, now of Dean Hall.

I. Augusta Harriet, 7)i. 1 Sept. 1S5-', Octavius Booke, Esq.,
late of the 3rd Foot.
llr. Duncombe Pyrke, sen., d. 7 Dec. 1S93, aged 85, and his
wife only survived him three days, and d. 10 Dec. following,
also aged 85. He was s. by his only son.

Arms— Arg., on a fesse sa, three mullets of the field, a canton
ermines. Crest — A cock plieasant, with a wheat-ear ppr.

ib'eat- Dean Hall, Littledean, near ISewnham, Gluucester.

I. Mary, rn. II July, 1867, James Lindow Burns, Esq., and
has issue, a son, Isaac William, '). 10 June, 1868.

II. .Sarah Katharine. m. Emily. ' iv. Edith.
Mr. Quayle d. 1879.

Arms — Arg., a chevron sa., gutti§e d'eau, between three quail
ppr. — A quail ppr. it/otto— Qualis tro spero.
Seat — Crogga, near Douglas, Isle of Man.


QiTATLE, JoHX, Esq. of Crosga, Isle of Man, b.
Q Sept. 1840 ; m. 25 Aug. ISSi, Emily Catherine,
eldest dau. of Edward Moore Gawne, Esq. of Kent-
raugh. Speaker of the House of Keys.

Lineagre. — This is an ancient Manx family, and appears
to have been settled in the parish of Malew, in the southern
district of the island, in the year 1588, previous to which time
most of the records have been lost or destroyed.

Maek Hildesley Qcatle, Esq., 6. 30 June, 1770 (youneest
son of John Quayle, Esq., Clerk of the Bolls of the Isle of Man,
by Margaret his wife, dau. of Sir George Moore, of Balla
Moore, Speaker of the House of Keys, and grandson of John
Quayle, Esq., Comptroller, Clerk of the Rolls, and Member of
the Legislative Council of the Isle of Man, by Elizabeth his
wife, dau. of Thomas Harri.son, Esq. of Wyreside, co. Lan-
ca.ster), succeeded to the ofBces held by his father at that
gentleman's death, 1797. He m. Mary, eldest dau. of Senhouse
Wilson, Esq. of Farm Hill, and Elizabeth Fleming his wife,
who was descended from the ancient family of Fleming of
Bydall Hall, co. Westmorland. He d. 21 May, 1804, leaving
an only child,

Mark Hildesley Quayle, Esq. of Crogga, in the Isle of
Man, Clerk of the Rolls, a Magistrate and Member of the
Legislative and Executive Council of that island, Deputy-
Governor, b. 4 July, 1804 ; m. 22 Aug. 1837, Mary Jane Hamil-
ton, eldest dau. of James Spedding, Esq. of Summergrove,
Cumberland, and had issue,

I. John, now of Crogga.

II. Mark Hildesley, 6. May, l?4i2.

III. James Spedding, Capt. R.A., 6. 29 Nov. 1843 ; m. 19 Feb.
1879, Mary Agnes, dau. of A, Lorimer, H.E.I.C.S.

IV. George Harrington, b.30 June, 1846.
"V. Daniel Fleming Wilson, 6. 5 Dec. 1847.
■VI. William, b. 5 July, 1852.


QuiCKE, John, Esq. of Newton St. Cvres, Devon,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1867, b. 25 March, 181G ;
m. 2-i June, 1847, Mary Elizabeth, only child of
tlie late Thomas Wentworth-Gould, Esq., of
Bathealton Court, Somerset.

Lineag-e.— The family of QnicKE has been resident at
Xewtcn St. Cyres, Devon, from a period antecedent to 1557.
The Newton St. Cyres parish register of that year records the
burial of Andrew QuicUe, wliose father and grandfather had
property in the parish. Andrew Quicke's younger brother,
John QuickC, who resided at West Monckton, had arms granted
to him by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux, 1573.

Richard Quicke, of Sandford, co. Somerset, sou of John
QuicKE, of Sandford, by his wife, Cecilia Whyddon (rn. 1444),
of Chagford, co. Devon, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Bidwell,
of Bidwell in Newton, and had two sons, Andrew, his heir,
and John, of West Moneckon, co. Somerset, whose son,
Humphreys, left a dau. and heir, Jane. The elder son,

Andrew Quicke, Esq. of Newton, m. Alicia Drew, of Sharp-
ham, and dying 1557, left a son,

Thomas Qcicke, of Newton St. Cyres, who m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Thomas Luscombe, of Battery, and d. 1611, having
had two sons; the elder, Andrew Qdicke, d. s. p.; the

John Quicke, m. Alice, dau. and heir of Roger Sharland, of
Morchard, and d. 1606, leaving two sons, Andrew, the elder,
u. 1598, d. 1654, and

John Quicke, Esq., h. 1602; m. 1625, Juliana, dau. of
Lawrence Undrell, Esq., and d. 1677, liaving had (with a
dau. Elizabeth, m. 1670, Walter EUord, Esq. of Shileston) a

John Quicke, Esq. of Newton St. Cyres, who m. 1655, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Thomas Southcote, Esq. of Buckland, and c^. 1703,
having had, with three sons, who d. young,

John, b. 16.:6: d. 16S3.

Thomas, m. Eliza, dau. of Richard Duke, Esq. of Otterton,
and d.s.p. 1701.

Andrew, of whom presently.

Elizabeth, m. 1693, T.Pyne, Esq. of Tamerton.
The youngest son,

Andrew Quicke, Esq. of Newton, b. 1666; in. 1686, Dorothy,
dau. of Sir Arthur Northcote, Bart, of Hayne, and d. 1736,
having had, with a son, Andrew, who d. young, 1704, another
son, John, of whom presently, and three daus., Frances, m. 1st,
Francis Hall, Esq. of West Sandford, and 2ndly, 1733, Sir John
Chichester, of Youlston, and d. nib ; Elizabeth, m. 1718,
William Gould, Esq. of Downes ; and Dorothy, d. 1787. His

John Quicke, Esq. of Newton St. Cyres, m. 1720, Rebecca,
dau. of Richard Nutcombe, Esq. of Nutcombe, and dying
1729, had three sons,

I. John, of whom we treat.

II. Nutcombe, in Holy Orders, who assumed, 1792, the sur-
name of his maternal ancestors. He m. a dau. of Dr.
Lavington, Bishop of Exeter, and dying in 1809, left three
daus., Frances, Jane, m. John Gould, Esq., and Anne, vu
Rev. William Oxenham.

III. Andrew, d.s.p.
The eldest son,

John Quicke, Esq. of Newton St. Cyres, High Sheriff of
the CO. 1757, m. 1759, Jane, dau. and heir of Thomas Coster,
Esq., M.P. for Bristol, and widow of Robert Hoblyn, Esq. of
Nanswhyddon, and was father of

John Quicke, Esq. of Newton St. Cyres, 5 6 March, 1759,
High Sheriflf 1782, m. 1780, Emilia, dau. of Alexander Gum-
ming, Esq. of Altyre, N.B., and by her (who d. 1842) had
John, his heir.

Andrew (Rev.), Fellow of Winchester College, d. 14 Jan.
Edward Gumming, Fellow of New College, d. 3 Jan. 1849.
Tlionias Nutcombe, Capt. King's Dragoon Guards, hi. May,
1S23, Sophia, dau. of John Evered, Esq. of Hill House,
Somerset, and d. 1830, leaving a son,
Nutcombe, m. 30 Oct. 1856, his cousin, Frances Caroline





Emilia, eldest dau. of John QuickC Esq. of Newton St.
Cyres, d. 28 Deo. 1870.

■William Henry (Rev.), d. unm. 1832.

Oeorco, Capt. King's Dragoon Guards, d. unm. 1838.

Kmilia Jane Grace, d. 1870.

Louisa Mary, m. llev. George Gunning, and is deceased.
llr. QuickC d. 12 June, 1830, and s. by bis eldest son,

John- Quicke, Efq. of Newton St. Cyres, Devon, J. P. and
D.L.. High Sheriff 1833, b. 6 Jan. 1783 ; m. 14 Oct. 1814,
Krances Catherine, youngest dau. of Thomas Gumming, Esq.
of Bathampton, Somerset, Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards, and had

John, now of Newton St. Cyres.

Thomas, b. 14 Aug. 1817; ti.s.p. 3 Dec. 1880.

lieorire Andrew, late Fellow of New College, Oxford, Eector
of Kadcliffe, Bucks, 6. 2 Feb. 1819 ; lbS7.

Edward Henry, Vicar of Newton St. Cyris, i. 4 March, 1822;
in. Eleanor Elizabeth, yoimgest dau. of Rev. William
Jenkins, Vicar of Sidmouth, and d. June, 1870, having had
issue, Ernest Henry Godolphin, b. 29 Dec. 1855; AV alter
Shubrick Godolphin, b. 22 Sept. 1860 ; Dorothea Frances,
III. 10 Aug. 1871, Sir Francis Blackwood, Bart. ; and Eleanor
Evelyn, m. Calverley Benicke, Esq. of Close House,

Andrew, late 14th Rcgt., b.20 Feb. 1825.

Charles Penrose, Hector of Ashbrittle, Somerset, 6. 25 Jan.
1832; ;/i. 4 Oct. 1864, - Vuna Mdry, 2nd dau. of Robert
BowneMinturn, of New York, and has issue, John Minturn,
b. 6 Sept. Ib65: Francis ChurchiU, b. 21 April, 1^67; Edith

Sidney Godolphin, Major late of the 3Sth and 53rd Eegts., b.
25 Aug. 1833: m. 13 Oct. 1868, Georgina (d. 20 Aug. 1870),
4th dau. of the late George Stodart, Esq. of Ballindrich,
Perth, and d. 12 Jan. 1878, leaving an only son, Sidney, oi
Templecombe House, co. Somerset, b. 5 Aug. 1869, who
assumed by deed poll, March, 1892, the additional name of


Frances Caroline Emilia, 7n. 30 Oct. 1856, her cousin. Nut-
combe Quieke, Esq., late 97th Eegt., only child of Thomas
Nutcombe Quicke, Esq. ; d.s.jy. 1877.

Emily Harriet, m. 13 Oct. Is52, Marten Maiden, Esq. of co.
Worcester, and by her (who d. 1883) has issue.

Caroline Isabella, ?/i. 1861, Rev. Christopher Brome Barrow,
Eector of Barwell, co. Leicester, and d. 19 May, 1878,
leaving issue.

Mr. Quicke d. 9 Sept. 1859.

Arms — Sa., a chevron vaire, or, and of the first, between three
griffins' heads erased of the second. Crest — A demi-antelope
arg., armed, attired, tufted, and maned gu., collared sa., lined

Stat — Newton St. Cyres, near Exeter.


QriLTEE, William Cuthbeet, Esq. of Bawdsey
Manor, co. Suffolk, J.P., D.L., and Alderman, West
SuffoUc County Council, ]M.P. for Soutli Suffolk, b.
29 Jan. 1841 ; m. 7 May 1867, Mary Ann, dau. of
the late John AVhcclcy Eevington, Esq., and has

I. William Eley, b. 17 July, 1872.

II. John Arnold Cuthbert, 6. 24 Jan. 1875.

III. Roger Cuthbert, 0. 1 Nov. 1877. • '■

IV. Percy Cuthbert, b. 5 Feb. 1879.

V. Eustace Cuthbert, b. 15 Feb. 1881.

I. Maude Marian, m. 10 May, 1888, Frederick Anthony
Denny, Esq., son of Edward M. Denny, Esq. of Bryanston
Square, and has issue.

II. Norah Blanche.

Liineag'e. — Samuel Sackeb Qdilteb, Esq., b. 1779; m.
Sarah, dau. of — Chapman, Esq., and d. 1833, leaving a

William Qcilter, Esq., who m. Elizabeth Hariot (deceased),
dau. of Thomas Cuthbert, Esq., and had issue,

I. William Cuthbert, now of Bawdsey Manor.

II. Edward Frederick.

III. Harry, m. June, 1890, Mary Constance, dau. of — Hall,

I. Elizabeth, m. Charles Eley, Esq. of EastEergholt, Suffolk,
and of Finchley Road, London.

II. Sarah Ellen.

Mr. Quilter d. 12 Nov. 1888.

Seat — Bawdsey Manor, Woodbridge, co. Suffolk.
Toicn Kisidence—li, South Audlcy Street, Grosvcnor Square,



Eabett, Heginald Geoege Feedeeick, Esq. of
Eramfield Hall, Suffolk, h. 1871, s. his father 1889.

Lineag-e.— The ancestors of this family have been long

seated in Suffolk, and have served as High Sheriffs and Bailiffs
at various times, and represented Dunwich in Parliament at a
very early period. The present family seat, Bramflcld Hall,
has been in their possession several centuries.

William Rabett, Esq. of Bramiield, was M.P. for Dunwich,
8th Edward IV. In the 12th Parliament at Westminster, his
name is mentioned as the executor of the will of Robert Moyn,
dated 1505.

Reginald Eabett, Esq. of Bramfield, served as High Sheriff

Reginald Kabett, Esq. of Bramfield Hall, i«., and had, with
a dau. Elizabeth, vi. 1738, Sir Ralph Blois, Bart., a son,

Reginald Rabett, Esq. of Bramfield Hall, High SherifT
1737, m. Elizabeth Rust, and was father of

Reginald Eabett, Esq. of Bramfield Hall and Huntingfield,
High Sheriff 1778; m. 1st, Mary Ingall, who d. s. p., and
2udly, 1771, Mary Newson ; he d. 1786, aged 68, leaving his
widow and three sons, i. Eeginald, his heir; ii. John, who
111. twice, and left at his decease, 1833, four sons ; iii. William
Henry, who m. and d. 1832, leaving several sons and daus.
The eldest son and heir,

Eeginald Eabett, Esq. of Bramfield and Huntingfield,
J. P., b. 20 March, 1771 ; m. 1792, Mary, only dau. of the late
Matthias Keriison, Esq. of Bungay, Suffolk, and of Hoxne and
Broom Hall, &c., and only sister to Gen. Sir Edward Kerrison,
Bart., M. P., of Oakley Park, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Lieut.
Garbett, E.N., and d. 23 Feb. 1832) left at his decease, 31 May,
1810, aged 39, two sons and a dau.,

Eeginald, of Bramfield Hall.

George William, Comni. E.X., m. 12 Sept. 1835, Lady Lucy
Louisa Maria Tumour, 2nd dau. of Edward, 3rd Earl
Winterton, and d. 20 Nov. 1858, having by her (who d. 26
Nov. 1879) had issue,

1 Reginald Henry Holford, late of Bramfield.

2 George Murray, b. 30 June, 1847 ; cZ. 11 Miirch, 1848.

3 Tumour, 6. 11 Aug. 1849; m. 26 Oct. 1876, Caroline
Henrietta, dau. of Major Charles Stewart, of Wickham,
CO. Hants, and widow of Charles Cary Elwes, Esq. of
Great Billing Hall, co. Northampton.

1 Louisa Charlotte Augusta, m. 6 Feb. 1878, Horatio
Alfred How, Esq.
Jlary, m. 28 Dec. 1810, Henry, 3rd Viscount Maynard, and
d. 1857.

3Ir. Eabett d. 31 May, 1810, aged 39, and was .5. by his son,

Eev. Eeginald Eabett, M.A., of Bramfield Hall, Suffolk,
Vicar of Thornton-cuui-Bagworth, co. Leicester, 6. II Jan.
1795; m. 28 .\ug. 1823, Mary, eldest dau. of Eichard Bicker-
ton, Esq. of Eoden, Salop, of an ancient family of that name.
He d. 10 Sept. ISCO, leaving his widow the estate for life, v/ith
remainder to his nephew,

Eeginald Henry Holford Rabett, Esq. of Bramfield, b. 10
.Vug. 1842; s. at the death of his uncle's widow, 1875 ; m. 1870,
Louisa Fredericke Leonore, dau. of George F. Eschrick, Esq.,
and had issue,

Eeginald George Frederick, now of Bramfield.
Mr. R. n. II. Eabett d. 1889.

Arms — Arg., a che\Ton sa., charged with five guttes-d'or,
between three rabbits' heads couped of the second, each charged
on the breast with a gutte-d'or. Crest — A demi-rabbit rampant
sa., gultee-d'or. il/ot(o—Superabit omnia virtus.

Seat — Bramfield Hall, near Saxmundham.


(See Delmie-Radcliffe.)


Eadcliffe, Waltee John, Esq., J. P., Barrister-
at-Law, present representative of the family, b.
1858 ; m. 20 April, 1892, Einiueline Caroline Alex-
andra, .3rd dau. of H. Tritton, Esq. of Plympton,
and has issue, a son,

Walter Henry, b. May, 1893.

Lineage. — This family, originally of Saxon origin, de-
scended from a younger brancli of the ancient family of the
Eadcliffes of Cliatierton., co. Lancaster, was transplanted
from Chatterton to Kingset House, Devon, where, possessed
of much landed property, it flourished for many generations.

John Eadcliffe, of Kingset, Devon, held lands, <fec., in
Kingset, and in Marytavy, of Queen Elizabeth, by service of
fealty, and d. 6 Oct. 1560. His 2nd son.





WrLLiAM Eadcliffe, Esq. of ExetcT, r«. a sister of Sir
Jerome Horsie, of Lyme Eegis, Dorset, and liad issue, three
sons and two daus. The 3rd son,

Jasper Badcliffe, of Hockworthy Court, Devon, m. Mary,
dau. of William Franljlin, Esq. of Middlesex, Barrister-at-
Law, and left at his decease, about 16G2, aged 78, an only son
and heir,

Jasper Eadcuffe, of Hockworthy Court and Franklyn,
Devon, High Sheriff 1G9C, vi. Jane, dau. of Solomon Andrews,
Esq. of Lyme Regis, Dorset, Sheriff 1697, and had issue.
Mr. Eadcliffe d. Dec. 1704. His 3rd son and eventual heir,

Walter Eadcliffe, Esq. of Franlclyn and Warleigh, bapt.
27 June, 1G93; rn. 12 Sept. 1721, Admonition, 'ind dau. of
William Bastard, Esq. of Gerston, Devon, and granddau. of
Sir William Bastard, Knt. (by Grace, dau. of Sir John Bam-
lield, Bart., and Gertrude Copleston his wife, heirof Warleigh).
The estate of Warleigh Mr. Eadcliffe purcliased 1741, from his
wife's relation, John Banifield, of Hestercombe. By Admo-
nition his wife (who d. 3 Sept. 1758, and was lineally descended
from Sir John Copleston, of Warleigh, and through him, in
direct descent, from Eobert Foliot, of Warleigh, Devon, 1285,
17th Henry III.), he had issue,

I. Jasper, who predeceased his father, unm.

,Y r successively of Warleigh; the last survivor,

II. WALTER, ) j^^^^ ^^_ jgQ^^ ^^^ ^^.j^ ^, ^y jj|g nephew,
in. JOHN, ^ ^^j.y WALTER Eadcliffe.

IV. William, slain at Warburgh 1760, unm.

V. Copleston, M.A., Eector of Stoke Climsland, Cornwall,,
and Vicar of Tamerton Koliott, Devon, 'j. 1744; m. 17 Aug.
1776, Sarah, dau. of Samuel I'eter, Ksq. of Porthcothan,
Cornwall, and by her ^who d. 1S30) Icit at his death (27
JIarch, 1805) three sons and three daus ,

1 Walter, of whom presently.

2 John, 6. 28 April, 1781; m. Oct. 1816, Grace, 2nd dau.
and co-heir of William Floyde, Esq. of Exeter, and by
her (who d. 1850), lelt at his decease, 30 Oct. 1831, one
son and two daus.,

John William, of Exeter, b. 7 Sept. 1817; //(. 27 Ju'y,
1852, Elizabeth Saiah, 2nd dau. of Henry Bull Strang-
ways, Esq. of Shapwick (of tlie senior line of the
Somersetshire Strangways), and had issue,
Derwentwater, b.

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