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mes, 1st
Earl of Courtown, and had issue,

I. Abel, his heir.

II. Stephen, d. unm. 1820.

I. Anne, m. Robert Brooke, Esq. (see Brooke of Droma-
rana).

II. Elizabeth, to. 1827, Christopher Domvi e, Esq.

III. Charlotte.

Mr. Ram d. 1821, and was s. by his only son,

Abel Ram, Esq. of Ramsfort, High Sheriff co. Wexford
1829, m. 19 Dec. 1818, Eleanor Sarah, only dau. of Jerome
Knapp, Esq. of Charlton House, Berks, and had issue,

Stephen, his heir.

Eleanor Anne, m. 1849, Archibald James Campbell, Esq.

Mr. Ram d. 14 Jan. 1832, and was s. by his only son,

Stephen Ram, Esq. of Ramsfort, D.L., High Sheriff for co.
Wexford 1840, b. 15 April, 1819 ; m. 7 Aug. 1839, Mary Chris-
tian, dau. of James Archbold Casamaijor, Esq., Madras C.S.,
and Iiad issue,

I. Stephen James, Capt. Scots Fusilier Guards, b. 10 April,
1840; d. unm. U April, 1869.

II. Edmund Arthur, 6. 1841 : m. 1873, Florence Jane, eldest
dau. of Charles Richard Harford, Esq., and rf. «. ;).

HI. Abel Hdmphket, b. 1843 : m. 16 July, 1870, Helen, only
dau. of Frederick William AUix, Esq. of WUloughby Hall,
CO. Lincoln.

IV. Arthur Archibald, b. 1552.

I. Mary Eleanor.

II. Adela Jane Benedicta Mary.

Arms (confirmed and crest granted 1666)— Az., a chevron
erm. between three rams' heads erased arg., armed or. Crest
— A ram's head erased arg., armed or, charged with a chevron
az. Motto — Quod tibi vis lieri fac alteri.

SucU— Clonattin, Gorey, co. Wexford.

Toicn liesidence — 59, Courtfield Gardens, S.W.



KAMSAY OF BARRA.
Ramsat, John, Esq. of Barra, co. Aberdeen, J.P.
and D.L. for co. Aberdeen, and D.L. for co. Banff,
M.A. Cambridge, formerly Major Royal Aberdeen-
shire Highlanders, and Lieut.-Col. Aberdeenshire
R.V., b. 3 Dec. 1831 ; m. 16 Sept. 1858, Leonora
Sophia, only dau. of the late Rev. Nathaniel Bond,
of Creech Grange, Dorset, Hon. Canon of Sarum,
and by her (who d. 4 Feb. 1862) has an only child,
Maky Agnes, m. 18 Nov. 1880, Francis Hugh Forbes-Irvine,
Esq. of Drum Castle, co. Aberdeen, and has issue,



I. Alexander, b. 17 Aug. 1881.

II. QnENTiN HoGH Innes, 0. 16 Feb. 1888.

Lineagre.— This is a branch of the very ancient family of
iNNES of Innermarkie and EdengUjht. John Innes (eldest
son of James Innes, of Maisley, youngest son of John Innes,
of Edengight, co. Banff, whose eldest grandson s. in 1817 to
the Baronetcy of Balvenie. as Sir John Innes, Bart.), m. 25
June, 1785, Mary, only child and heiress of John Ramsay, of
Barra, assumed, on the death of Mr. Ramsay, "22 Aug. 1787,
the .surname of Ramsat, and by his said wife (who d. 18 Dec.
1«11) left at his decease, 14 April, 1814, 1 John, his heir; 2
James, m. Maria, widow of Garden Campbell, Esq. of Troup,
and d. 1867, leaving issue ; 3 William, m. and d. 1881, havins;
had two daus. ; I Mary, m. 1st, William Brebner, Esq., and
2ndly, H. G. Leslie, Esq. of Dunlugas ; 2 Elizabeth, d. 1818;
3 Margaret, to. Gen. Sir George Turner, K.C.B. ; and 4 Helen,
d. 1850. The eldest son,

John Ramsay, Esq. of Barra, 6. 3 May, 1786; to. 15 Feb.
1831, Susan, 3rd dau. of Alexander Innes, of Pitmedden, co.
Aberdeen, and by her (who )(i.2ndly,24 Oct.l844,\\ illiam Henry
Nares, Esq., Capt. R.N., who d. 7 March, 1867, and d. 5 Aug.
18S7) had issue,

John, now of Parra.

Christina Susan Mary (posthumous).
Mr. Ramsay d. 23 Oct. 1832.

^'/•TOs— Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., an eagle displayed sa ,
surmounted of a fesse of the Held, charged with three stars of
six points wavy az., for Ramsay ; 2nd and 3rd arg., three-
slars of six points, two and one, az., and in the centre chief a.
mullet gu., all within a bordure invected chequy of the second
and first, for Innes. Crests— \st, Ramsay, An eagle rising re-
guardant sa. armed and beaked or, langued gu. ; 2nd, Innes,
A branch of palm slipped ppr. Mottoes — Migro et respicio;
Ornatur radix fronde.

*Vafs— Straloeh, near Aberdeen, and Barra Castle, Old Mel-
drum, N.B.

—*



EAMSAY OF WHITEHILL.

"Wardlaw-Ramsay, Robert George, Esq. of
Whitehill, Midlothian, Tillicoultry, co. Clackman-
nan, and Balcurvic, co. Fife, J.P., Major 6th Vol.
Batt. The Roval Scots, late Capt. Highland Light
Infantry, h. 25 Jan. 1852; m. 17 Feb. 1885, Mary
Alice, eldest dau. of the late Charles Swinton Hoggj
Esq. and lias issue,

I. Arthur Balcarres, 6. 13 Dec. 18S7.

II. David, &. 11 June, 1890.

III. Ernest, b. 22 Feb. 1892.
I. Louisa Mary.

Lineag'e. — This family is descended from the very ancient
House of Wardlaw, Barons of Torrie, which suffered the loss
of many of its possessions from its adherence to the cause
of King John Balliol, but retained the estate of Torrie, co.
Fife.

Sib Henry Wardlaw, of Torrie, had two sons, Andrew, his
heir, and Walter. Bishop of Glasgow, who was raised to the-
rank of Cardinal 1381, and rf. 1387. Sir Andrew Wardlaw,.
of Torrie, by a dau. of the noble House of De Valoniis, had
two sons, William, his heir, and Henry, Archbishop of St.
Andrews, Papal Legate in Scotland, and one of the most illus-
trious prelates who have adorned the Church. He rf. 1440.
From William Wardlaw, of Torrie, descended a long liue of
Wardlaws of Torrie, and Wardlaws of Pitreavie. Sir
Henry Wardlaw, of Pitreavie, was created a Baronet of Nova
Scotia by King Charles I. in 1G31.

John Wardlaw, of Abden, 3rd son of Sir Henry Wardlaw,
of Pitreavie, to. Jean, dau. of James Melville, of Hulhill, and
was father of John Wardlaw, of Abden, who ra. Christian
Dewar, and had two sons, i. John, the younger, of Abden,
)/i. Katherine Pringle, and had an only child. Christian, and
II. William, who was father (by Elizabeth Hay his wife) of
William Wardlaw, who m. Janet Marshall, and left, with
junior issue, a son,

William Wardlaw, Capt. R.N., m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Robert Balfour Ramsay, Esq. of Balbirnie and Whitehill (by
Anne his wife, dau. and heiress of Sir Andrew Ramsat, 3rd
Bart, of Whitehill, descended from a scion of Dalhousie), and
had issue, i. William, ll.E.l.C.S., d. s. p. 1812; ii. Robert,
of whom presently ; in. John, a Gen. Officer, m. 1812, Anne,
dau. of Gerard, 1st Lord Lake, and rf. 1848, leaving issue ; and
I. Anne, d. 1849. The 2nd son,

Robert Waedlaw-Ramsay, Esq., Capt. H.E.I.C.'s naval

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THE LANDED GENTRY.



RAM



service, s. to the Whitchill estate at the decease of his maternal
uncle. He ?)!. 1811, Lady Anne Lindsay, 2nd dau. of Alex-
ander, 6th £arl of Balcanes, and by her (who d. 1845) had
issue,

■William, it. unm. Robeet Balfour, his heir.

Balcarres Daliymplo, late Lieut. Col. in the army, m. 1851,
Anne, only dau. of Edward Collins, Ksq. of Frowlesworth,
CO. Leicester, formerly Capt. 2Ist Light Dragoons, and
sister of William Collins WouJ, Esq.

Jolin, m. 1847, Penelope, dau. of Kev. William Macdouall,
of Liston, and d. 1875.
Mr. Wardlaw-Hamsay d. 1S37, and was ,«. by his son,

Robert Baltour Wardlaw-Ramsav, Esq. of Whitehill,
CO. Edinburgh, Tillicoultry, eo. Clackmannan, and Balcurvie,
CO. Fife, J. P. and D.L. co. Edinburgh, b. 11 June, 1815; m. 4
.Tune, 1S41, Lady Louisa Jane Hay, 3rd dau. of George, 7tli
Marquess of Tweeddale, by Lady Susan Montagu his wife, dau.
of William, 5th Duke of Manchester, and by her (who d. 9
?ept. 1SS2) had issue,

I. Robert George, now of Whitehill.

I. Susan Gcorgiana, m. 9 June, 1869, Rev. Frederic Abel
Leslie Melville, Rector of Wclbourn, Lincoln, son of Hon.
Alexander Leslie Melville, and has issue.

II. Anne Charlotte, deceased.

III. Louisa Jane, m. Rev. Henry Venn, il.A., Vicar of
Walmer, Kent, and has issue.

IV. Elizabeth Caroline.

V. Flora Catherine, deceased.

VI. May .'Mice. Vli. Edith Jfary.

VIII. Mabel Frances, to. Robert H. D. Fergussun, Esq. and
has issue.

IX. Emily Alexina, m. 1885, Major James Otway Graham
Toler, of Achendaul, Kingussie, Highland Light Infantry.

Mr. Wardlaw-Ranisayrf.24 June, 1882, and was s. by his eldest
son, the present Robert George Wardlaw-Ramsat, Esq. of
AVhitehiU.

.^rm.?— Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., an eagle displayed sa.,
beaked and membered gu,, within a border of the last charged
■with eight roses arg., for Kamsay ; 2nd and 3rd az., three
jnascles or, quartering Vale.nce, for Wardlaw. Crests — 1st,
A unicorn's head erased arg., charged with a rose gu. ; 2nd,
An estoile or. ^/oMofs— Semper victor; (over the crests)
Familias tirmat pietas.

Sea(8— Whitehill, Kosewell, co. Edinburgh; Tillicoultry, co.
Clackmannan ; and Balcurvie, Fife.



RAMSAY OF KILDALTON.

The late JoHy Eamsat, Esq. of Kildalton, co.
Argvll, J.P. for co. Lanark, J.P. and ]).L., M.P. for
Stirling ]868, elected M.P. for Falkirk 1874, i.
1814; m. 1st, 1857, Elizabeth, dau. of William
..Shields, Esq. of Lanchester, co. Durham (she d.
1864), and 2ndly, 1871, Lucy, dau. of George
Martin, Esq. of Auchendennan, co. Dumbarton, and
d. Jan. 1892, having had issue,

I. John, now of Kildalton, 6. 1878.

I. Mary Anne, d. 1886.

II. Elizabeth Lucy.

Mr. Earasay was the youngest son of Robert Ram-
say, Esq. of Stirling, by Elizabetli. dau. of William
Stirling, Esq. of Craigforth, co. Stirling.
S<a«— Kildalton, Port EUen. Islay, N.B.



HAMSAY OF CROUGHTON PARK.

Ramsay, Beville, Esq. of Croughton Park, co.
^Northampton, J. P., formerly Capt. 62nd Regt. and
Oxfordshire Yeomanry, b. 14 Oct. 1833, »«. 29 April,
1858, Sarah Maria, dau. of Rev. Matthew Carier
Tompson, Patron and Rector of Woodstone, co.
Xortliampton and Vicar of Alderminster, co. War-
wick, and has issue,

I. Edward Dryden, b. 3 Nov. 1804; d. 11 June, 1881.

II. Allen Beville, 6. 3 Aug. 1872.

I. Beatrice Maria, m. Rev. James Wastie Green.

II. Frederica Louisa. iii. Ethel Dalrymple.

IV. Alice Mabel, hi. 21 Sept. 1893, John, eldest son of William
Allen, Esq. of Eveniey Hall, Brackley, co. Northampton.

V. Margaret. vi. Eva Muriel.
vii. Winifred. viii. Dorothy.

liineage.— William Ramsat, Esq. of Inveresk, N.B., m.



Maria, dau. and co-heir of Bevill I)ryden, Esq., brother of Sir
John Dryden, 7th and last Baronet of this creation {sa Burke's
Peerage, Drvden, Bart.), and had issue, a son,

John Tuiiner Ramsay, Esq. of Croughton, m. 1827, Philippa
Maria Whitehead, and by her (who d. 1854) had issue,
!.■ William Fcrmor, m. ISCO, Emily, dau. of Rev. R. Tordcroft,
and has issue,
1 Norman Robert.

1 Emily Frances, m. 25 Jan. 1893, Lord de L'Isle and
Dudley. 2 Gertrude.

II. Beville, of Croughton Park.

III. Norman Robert, 34th Regt., d. in Crimea.

IV. Edward. v. John Dryden, d. unm.
I. Mui ia Philippa, m. W. Dewar, Esq., and d. s. p.

Mr. J. T. Ramsay d. 184C, and was s. by his eldest son.
Seat — Croughton Park, Brackley, co. Northampton.
Clubs — Windham and Arthurs.



RAMSBOTHAM OF CROWBOROUGH
WARREN.

Ramsbotham, John, Esq. of Stoney Royd, Ilkley,
Yorks, J.P. Sussex, Hon. Major (retired) 3rd Batt.
Royal Sussex Regt., b. 26 Dec. 1839; m. 28 July,
1864, Emilic Helen Leigli, youngest dau. of Wil-
liam Clare, Esq. of The Hollies, Edge Lane, Liver-
pool, and by her (who (/. 18 April, 1874) has issue,

I. James Hugh Fielden, b.8 June, 1865; d. 12 April, 1874.

II. Ralph Leigh, /). 7 Nov. 1872.

I. Alice Mary, h. and d. 1808.

II. Hilda.

Liiueag'e. — Richard Ramsbotham, m. Elizabeth Walker,
niece of the Very Rev. Richard Wroe, Warden of the Collegiate
Church, Manchester, 1688, was father of

John Ramsbotham, Esq. of Old Hall, Stand, co. Lancaster,
m. Rebecca, dau. of James Bury, of Holcombe, and had (with
a dau., Rebecca, who </. 18:30, aged 64) three sons, John, d. at
Naples, 1818, aged 48 ; James d. 1835, aged 05 ; and

Thomas Ramsbotham, Esq. of Centre Vale, co. Lancaster,
m. 26 May, 1802, Esther, dau. of James Openshaw, Esq. of
Hedvales, near Bury, and by her (who d. Jan. 1826) had issue,

John, d. unm. at Paris 1833, aged 27.

James, of Crowborough Warren.

Thumas (Rev.), Hon. Canon of Manchester, deceased.

Jane, d. unm.

Mary, m. 1834, John Crossley, Esq. of Scaitcliffe, near Tod-
moriien, deceased.
Mr. Ramsbotham d. 22 April, 1839. His eldest surviving son,

James Ramsbotham, Esq. of Crowborough Warren, Su.ssex,
formerly of Centre Vale, co. Lancaster, ft. 10 March, 1814 : m.
20 April, 1837, Jane, only dau. of Joshua Fielden, Esq. of
Waterside, Todmorden, and d. 6 March, 1S38, having had
i.ssue,

I. John, of Stoney Royd.

II. Thomas, late Lieut. R.N., ft. 10 Aug. 1842 ; m. 26 Aug.
1809, Agnes Mary, dau. of Rev. Thomas Ramsbotham, late
Rector of Heywood, Hon. Canon of Manchester, and has
issue.

HI. Fielden, 6. 10 July, 1846; m. Edith, dau. of Rev. Robert

Walker, Professor of Experimental Philosophy, Wadham

Coll. Oxford, and has issue.
IV. Richard Hugh, ft. 1 May, 1848 ; m. Agnes G. L., dau. of

Henry Hoyle, Esq. of Little Harwood Hall, Blackburn, and

has issue.
v. riiilip Bury, 6. 4 March, 1854 ; m. Florence, 3rd dau. of

Rev. Richard King, of Prestwich, co. Lancister.

VI. Edward Geoffrey, b. 1 April, ls56 : m. July, 1881, Octa-
via, 2nd dau. of Charles Chadwick, M.D., and has issue.

VII. Henvald, 6. 29 Oct. 1859; to. 25 Aug. 1885, Ethel Mar-
garet, dau. of Thomas Bevan, Esq. of Stone Park, Kent.

I. Alice Fielden, m. Capt. J. Brydges Walker, R.A., 2nd son
of Rev. Robert Walker, of Wadham Coll. Oxford, and has
issue.

II. Frances, to. Comm. Robert Watts Davies, R.N,, eldest .son
of B. Davies, Esq. of Prince Edward's Island, and has
issue.

yl-ms — Arg., on a fesse gu., between ten pellets, three fleurs- 3
de-lis or, quartering Bcby. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or,
a ram's head couped ppr. Molta — Non vi scd virtute.

Seat — Stoney Royd, Ilkley, Yorks.



RAMSDEN OF CHADWICK MANOR.

EAjrsDEN, RiciiAiii), Esq. of Chadwick Manor,
CO. Warwick, J.P. and County Councillor, b. 4 Nov.
1841; educated at Trin. Coll. Camb. (B.A. 1865,
M.A. 1869), Barrister-at-Law,Tnner Temple (1878) ;



RAM



THE LANDED GENTR



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1683



w. 1 June, 1S70, Elizabeth Frances, dau. of John
ytokes Salmon, Esq. of Bagdale, Jamaica, and grand-
dan, of lion. John Salmon, President of the Legis-
lative Council and of the Privy Council, Jamaica,
and has issue,

I. RicHABD ELM3LIE, a cadet at the E. M. Academy, Wool-
wich, 6. 21 Nov. 1875.

II. Hugh Clifford Herschell, 6. 10 May, 1S81.

III. Bernard Vivian, b. 26 Aug. 1SS5.

IV. Vincent Basil, b. 25 March, 1888.
a. Edith Mary, b. 10 Jan. 1872.

HI. ELsie Noel, 6. 6 Jan. 1877.

all. Lilyan Frances, b. 10 March, 1878.

IV. Dorothy Margaret, b. 14 Nov. 1879.

V. Gladys Mabel, b. 1 Oct. 1887.

Xiineagre.— The family of liam?;din in early Tudor thncs,
seems to have been located near Huddorsfield, but originally
they came from tlie parish of Halifax.

Hugh Kamsden, son of Gilbert Kamsden, mentioned in re-
mainder after his brothers in the entail of William Kamsden,
■oi Langley, Huddcrsiicld, 1555, seems to have migrated from
Off Bank or Kidroyd, and settled at Golcar or Slaithwaite,
where he had a mill.

HcGH Kamsden, m. 1G4G, Sarah Pyson.

Hugh Kamsden, vi. 1670, Susan Hurst.

William Kamsden (mentioned as miller or millowner), had,
vith other issue, a son,

Hugh Kamsden, 6. 1705: m., and had, with other issue, i.
John, b. 1736; ii. William, b. 1738; went to London, m., but
■d. s. p.; in. Hugh; iv. Lawrance, b. 1744; v. Richard, 6.
3745 ; I. Alice, b. 1737 ; n. Anne, b. 1740. The thi;d son,

Hugh Kamsden, b. 1742, went to London, m., and had five
children, of whom only two survived, Elizabeth, m. — Lanke-
«ter; and

KicHAKD Kamsden, Esq., 6. 1780; m. about 1805, Charlotte
Elmslie, and d. 2 June, 1857, having by her (who d. 1864) a
son,

Kichakd Kamsden, Esq. of Islington, who m. 10 Dec. 1840,
Mary, dau. of James Clark, Esq. of Chitz Hill, Middlesex,
■and by her (who d. 1 July, 1867) had an only son.

KicHARD, now of Chadwick Manor.
Mr. Kamsden d. v. p. April, 1843.

Seat — Chadwick Manor, Knowle.



Feb. 1877, Mabel, 2nd dnu. of Gen. the Hon. Sir James
Lindsay, K.C.M.G., 4th son of the 24th Earl of Crawford.

I. Louisa Elizabeth.

II. Isabella Anne, m. 26 Oct. 1858, Kichard Silver Oliver,
Esq. of Bolton Lodge, Tadcaster, who d. Feb. 1889.

III. Selina Frances.

IV. Florence Mary Annabella, m. 1st, 30 April, 1872, John
Hope Barton, Esq. of Sfa[ileton Park, co. York, who d. 20
March, I87G, leaving issue ; she r,i. 2ndly, 1887, Frank
Sumner Hatchard, Esq.

Capt. H. J. Kamsden d. 19 Oct. 1871.

Seat — Willinghurst, Guildford, Surrey.



RAMSDEN OF V/ILLINGHURST.

E.AMSDEN, John Chaeles Feancis, Esq. of
"Willinghurst, Surrey, J.P. and County Alderman
for Surrey, and D.L. for the West Riding, co. York,
and CO. Surrey, late Capt. R.A., served in the Crimea
(medal and clasp for Sebastopol), and in the India
Mutiny (medal and clasp for Lucknow), h. 13 Dec.
1835 ; m. 14 April, 1863, Emma Susan, 2nd dau. of
Rev. EdwardDuncombe, late Rector of Barthomley,
Clieshire, and widow of Ellis Gosling, Esq. of Bus-
bridge Hall, Godalming, and has had issue,

I. Fkedebick William, late Coldstream Guards, b. 17 Feb.

1864; r/!.30 July, 1887, Lady Elizabeth Maud, 4th dau.

of George Henry, 3rd Marquess Conyngham, and has i.ssue,

Charles Frederick Ingram, b. 4 May, 1888.
Cynthia Maud.

n. Kichard Henry, b. 10 Nov. 1866.

III. Caryl John, b. 18 Dec. 1868, 2nd Lieut. Seaforth High-
landers.

IV Heniy, b. 14 March, 1871, Lieut. Koyal Artillery.

V. Jos.slyn Vere, 6. 1 Dec. 1876.

I. Constance Susan, 6. 21 March, 1865; d. 28 March,
1874.

Xilneag'e. — Henet James Kamsden, Esq. (3rd son of Sir
John Kamsden, Bart, of Byrom, co. York, s(e Bcbke's Baron-
ttage), of Oxton, Hall, co. York, J.P. and D.L., Capt. 9th
Lancers, h. 22 Oct. 1799 ; m. 8 Aug 1829, Frederica Solina,
4th dau. of the 1st Baron Ellenborough, Lord Chief Justice of
England, and by her (who d. 16 April, 1879) had issue,

I. Frederick Henry, Capt. Coldstream Guards, b. 9 Jane,
1830; killed at Inkermann, 5 Nov. 1854.

II. John Charles Francis, now of Willinghurst.

III. Henry James, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 1 Feb. 1837 ; d.
unm. 8 Dec. 1862.

IV. William John Frecliville, of Kogerthorpe Manor, co. York,
late Lieut.-Col. Coldstream Guards, b. 22 May, 1845 ; m. 13



SAMSDEN OF CARLTON HALL.

Ramsden, Robeet Chaeles Plumptee, Esq. of
Carlton Hall, IS^otts, h. 9 Feb. 1874 ; s. his grand-
father 1892.

Lineag'e. — Robert Kamsden, Esq. of Osberton, Notts,
4th son of Sir William Kamsden, 2nd Bart, of Byrom, co.
York, by Elizabeth his wife, 2nd dau. of John, Viscount
Lonsdale, FMrst Commissioner of the Treasury 1690, was an
Officer of the army, and served at Dettingen and Fontenoy,
together with his brother Frecheville, afterwards Lieut.-Gover-
nor of Carlisle. He m. 13 Jan. 1753, Elizabeth, eldest dau.
and eventual heir of John Smyth, Esq. of Heath Hall, co.
Y'ork, and had two sons, Robert and John (Kev.), (ancestor
of the Kamsdens of Hexthorpe, whom see), and two daus., Cathe-
rine and Charlotte. He d. 9 Feb. 1769, and was s. by his
son,

Robert Ramsden, Esq. of Carlton Hall, m. 1783, Elizabeth,
eldest dau. of John Uppleby, Esq. of Wootton, co. Lincoln,
and widow of Abel Smith, Esq., brother of Robert, 1st Lord
Carrington, and had, with other issue, a son,

Robert Kamsden, Esq. of Carlton Hall, co. Notts, J.P.,
High Sheriff 1837, 6. 29 March, 1784; m. 29 July, 1816;
Frances Matilda, dau. of John Plumptre, Esq., and sister to
John Plumptre, Esq. of Fredville, M.P. for East Kent, and by
her (who d. 22 April, 1837) had surviving issue,

I. Robert John, of Carlton Hall.

II. Charles Henry, M.A., Vicar of Cldlham, Kent, 5. 6 June,
1818; m. 7 May, 1840, Mary Hamilton, 2nd dau. of Uev.
Henry Hamilton Beamish, of Mount Beamish, and d. 18
March, 1893, leaving issue,

1 Charles Hamilton, b. 27 March, 1847 ; m. Caroline
Augusta, dau. of James McEwen, of San Francisco, and
lias issue, Harold Lowther, 6. 1883, and Percival Scott
Webber, b. 1885.

2 Henry Plumptre (Rev.), b. 7 April, 1848, 7n. 1887, Ethel
Prances Alice, dau. of W. H. Havelock, and lias issue,
William Havelock and Rosamund Lowther.

3 Francis Edward, Comm., R,N., 6. 24 July, 1849; m.
1879, Emma, dau. of Col. F. U. Birch, and d. 1882, leav-
ing an only son, Francis Home, b. 1881.

4 Herbert Frecheville Smyth, Brevet-Major Indian Staff
Corps, 6. 6 March, 1856, m. 20 Aug. Iss9, Hon. Edwina
Susan Elizabeth, dau. of Lord Saye and Sele, and has
issue, Geoffrey and Mary Edwina.

5 Eniest Western, b. I86J.

1 !■ ranees Matilda Anne, vi. 1876, Stafford O'Brien Hoare,
Esq. of Turville Park, Bucks.

2 Gertrude Mary, m. 1887, Kcv. A. J. Rogers.

III. Edward Stewart (Rev.), b. 14 Jan. 1827 ; d. unm. 28 Nov.
1852. IV. Henry Stewart, deceased.

V. Frederick Selwyn (Eev.), M.A., b. 12 July, 1830 ; 7)i. 23
April, 1862, Mary Jane, dau. of Rev. Joseph Pariter, M.A.,
Rector of Wyton, co. Huntingdon, and d. 11 Jan. 1865,
leaving a son, Frederick Plumtre, b. 1S63.

VI. John Plumptre, of North House, Carlton, Notts, b. 8
March, 1832.

VII. Samuel, b. 11 April, 1837 ; d. 20 Aug. 1851.

VIII. Pemberton, twin with Samuel, d. 13 April, 1837.

I. F'anny Helen, 6. 3 Aug. 1819 : d. 6 Dec. Is27.

II. Fanny Charlotte, d. Z3 Dec. 1877.

III. Emma Louisa, m. 29 Sept. 1853, Rev. Henry Gladwin
Jebb, 2nd son of Henry Jebb, Esq. of Boston, co. Lincoln,
and has issue. iv. Emily Anna.

Mr. Ramsden was s. by his eldest son,

Robert John Ramsden, Esq. of Carlton Hall, J.P., M.A.
Camb., b. 12 June, 1817; m. 10 Dec. 1844, Mary Matilda, eldest
surviving dau. of Rev. Henry Gipps, of Elmley, Kent, Vicar
of St. Peter's, Hereford, by Emma Maria his wife, 2nd dau. of
John Plumptre, of Fredville, Kent, and by her (who d. 4 July,
1874) had issue,

I. Robert Henry, 6. 10 Sept. 1845; m. 31 May, 1871, Fran-
ccsca Romana Maria, eldest dau. of Charles William Jebb,
Esq. of Clifton, co. Gloucester, and d. 19 Blay, 1874, leaving
Robert Charles Plu.mptre, now of Carlton Hall; and
Frances Alice Mary, b. 10 May, 1872.
II. Edward Plumptre, b. 21 March, 1848 ; m. 3 Sept. 1875,

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Frances Elizabeth, dau. of W. Kelly. Ksq. of Blaekheath,
and has, with five daus., John Edward Ceeil, 6. 6 July, 18S1 ;
and William Eustace, h. i Jul}-, 18S2.
Jii. Charles Arthur, b. 4 April, 1849 ; m. 15 Sept. 1S75,
Elizabeth, dau. of John Leekenby, Esq. of Scarboroush,
and has issue, John Arthur, 6. 6 Nov. 18t>l, Francis Samuel ;
Kennedy; Edith; Emily; and Maud.

IV. Algernon Feilden, 6. II Sept. 1850; jn. 4 May, 1892,
Marv, dau. of T. Purdon, Esq. of Hawick, N.B., and has
issue, Edward, h. 1S93.

V. John I'emberton, 6. 28 Jan. 1S54; m. 23 Aug. 1883, Alice
Louisa, dau. of Arthur Malet, Esq., late Bombay C.S., and
has issue, Arthur : Kalph ; Evelyn ; Alice ; and Gwendolen.

I. Mary Enmia Frances, in. 10 Nov. 1S76, T. E. Turdon,
M.l>., and has i.«sue.

II. Elizabeth Emily Cecilia. i!i. Frances Eleanor Matilda.
Mr. Ramsdcn (/. 20 March, 1S92, and was s. by his grand-
son.

Arms — Arg., on a chevron, between three fieurs-de-lis .sa., as
many rams' heads erased of tlie Mrst. C')-e.«(— An armed arm
eoupcd at the elbow and erect ppr., holding in the hand a fleur-
de-lis sa. Motto — Audaees fortuna juvat.

iitat — Carlton Hall, near Worksop, Notts.



RAMSDEN OF HEXTHOE.PE.

Eamsdex, Fkank, Esq. of Iloxtborpe, co. York,
J.P. and D.L. West Riding York, b. Jan. IS-iO,
educated at Harrow and Ch. Cb. Oxford, E.A. 1862,
Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner Tenijile, 18GG.

Lineag'e. — Eev. John Eamsden, Eectnr of Crofton, and
Vicar of Arksey, co. York, son of Kobert Eamsden, of Osber-
ton, CO. Notts (.'tt: Eamsden of Carlton Hall), by Elizabeth,
eldest dau. and eventually sole heiress of John Smyth, of
Heath, near Wakefield, co. York) who was fourth son of Sir
^Yilliam Eamsden, 2nd Bart, of Byrom {see Bueke's Peerage).
Eev. John Eamsden m. 8 Oct. 1690, Fiances Elizabeth, eldest
dau. of Sir George Cooke, 7th Bart, of Wheatley, co. York,
and <f. 1807, leaving by her (who d. 1843) a son,

Fbank Eamsden, Esq., Capt. E.N., b. 1797; m. 1835, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Samuel Smith, D.D., Dean of Christ Church,
Oxford, and by her who d. 1S91, had issue,

Frank, 6. Nov. andrf. Dec. 1837.

Frank, now of Hexlhcrpe. Charles, b. 1843; d. 1847.
Capt. Eamsden </. 1872.

Arms — Sfe Bcbke"s Peerar/e.
Hiat — Hexthorpe, Doncaster.



29 July, 1871, bv his wife, IVIarv Ann (who d. 20
Mav, 1882), eldest, dau. of the 'hate George Soley
Foyle, Esq. formerly of Kimpton Lodge, aforesaid.
&aJ— Kimpton Lodge, near Andover, Hants.



RANDOLPH OP EAST COURT.

EAycoLpn, Joseph Eandolph, Esq. of East
Court, CO. Wilts, h. 9 Oct. 1867 ; s. his father 1885.

Liineag-e.— Arthur Eandolph Eandolpb, Esq. of East
Court (son of Joseph Eandolph Mullings, Esq. who d. 18 Oct.
IsDO, by Margaret Anne Gregory his wife), late Cap



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