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t. 15th
Hussars, h. 19 Aug. 1839; m. 28 April, 1804, BellamiraEmma,
daiL of Hon. Francis Ward Primrose, and grauddau. of Neil
3rd Earl of Eosebery, and had issue,

Joseph Eandolph, now of East Court.

Bellamira Constance.

Capt. Eandolph assumed the surname of Randolph in lieu of
that of Mullings in 1877, and d. 1885, when he was s. by his
only son, the present

Joseph Randolph Eandolph, Esq. of East Court.

Stat — East Court, Malmesbury, Wilts.



RANDOLPH OF KIMPTGN LODGE.
Randolph, Charles Eotle, Esq. of Kimpton,
Hants, and Chute, Wilts, J.P. for Hants, Barristcr-
at-Law, I. 8 Nov. 1833 ; m. 1st, 1 Oct. 1857, Myra,
Eliznbeth Mary, only dau. of the Rev. William
Battiscombe, which lady d. 23 May, 1872 ; 2ndly,
30 July, 1879, Rosalie,2nddau. of Jeremiah Pcreira,
Esq. By his first marriage he has issue,

I. Chables Fotle, Lieut. Lancashire Fusiliers, 6. 13 Jan.

l&Gl ; rn. 4 Feb. 1891, Edith Mary, youngest dau. of Eev.

Arthur Duncombe Shafto, of Brancepeth Rectoiy, co.

Durham.
I. Constance Emmeline Foyle. n. Myra Charlotte Foyle.

Mr. Randolph is the eldest surviving son of Eev.
Charles Randolph, late of Kimpton Lodge, who d.



RANKIN OF BRYNaWYN.

Rankix, James, Esq. of Bryngwyn, co. Hereford,
J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1873, Chief Steward for
Hereford, M.P. for Leominster, or Northern Divi-
sion of Herefordshire, b. 25 Dec. 1842; M.A. Trin.
Coll., Camb., m. 12 Jan. 1S65, Annie Laura, 2nd
dau. of Christopher Bushell, Esq. of Hinderton, co.
Chester, and has issue,

I. James Reginald Lea, b. 31 Aug. 1871.

II. Charles Herbert, b. 26 May, 1873.
HI. Edwyn Christopher, 6. 3 Jan. 1879.
IV. Eoliert, b. 16 Oct. 1883.

I. Annie Beatrice, to. 12 Jan. 1887, Claude Arthur Cuth-
bert, 4th son of William Cuthbert, Esq. of Beaufronl
Castle, Northumberland.

I. Jlargaret Ethel, m. 4 April, 1888, Thomas Raymond
Symons, Esq. of Mynde Park, co. Hereford.

III. Mary Sybil.

IV. \'eronica.

Lineage. — The family of Eankin appear to have lived
for a great many generations at Mains House, in the parish of
Mcarns, co. Renfrew, and intermarried with families of the
Ft-rgusson clan.

James Eankin, Esq., m. 1786, Helen Ferguson, of Auchen-
tibcr, CO. Ayr, and d. 1815. His youngest son,

Robert Eankin, Esq. of Bromborough Hall, co. Chester,
6. at Mains House, Mearns, co. Renfrew; m. 17 March, 1829,
Ann, dau. of John Strang, Esq. of St. Andrew's, Canada,
and by her (who d. 1875) had, with other issue, a son,

James, now of Bryngwyn.
Mr. Rankin d. 1870.

Arms — Or, a cinquefoil gu., in chief a b.ittle-axe erect
between two boars' heads couped, and in base a boar's head
couped between two battle-axes erect sa. Crest— In front of a
cubit arm, holding a battle-axe ppr., three cinquefoils gu.
Motto — Prudentia et virtute.

.Seat— Bryngwyn, Tram Inn, R.S.O., Hereford.

Toicn Residence — 35, Ennismore Gardens, S.W.



RANKIN OF GARNGIBBOCK.

Rankin, Matthew, Esq. of Garngibbock, Auch-
engray, and Clcddans, co. Lanark, and of Otter
House, CO. Argyll, b. 1864.

Lineage. — Patrick Rankin, Esq. of Garngibbock and
Cleddaus, co. Lanark (eldest son of Matthew Rankin, Esq. of
Garngibbock (who d. 1851) by Jane his wife, dau. of Gavin
Wotherspoon, Esq. of Riding, co. Lanark), 6. 1817; m. 1858,
Helen, dau. of William Black, Esq. of Brownieside, co.
Lanark, and had issue,

I. Matthew, now of Garngibbock, &q.

II. William B., b. 18CG.

I. Jane, m. R. Monteith, Esq. of Glasgow.

II. Catherine. in. Margaret.
IV. Helen.

Mr. Rankin d. 2 Feb. 1887.

Seats — Garngibbock and Auchengray, Lanark; and Otter
House, CO. Argyll. Residence — Cleddans House, near Airdrie,
N.B.



RASCH OF WOODHILL.

Easch, Feederic Caene, Esq. of Woodhill, co.
Essex, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for S.E. Essex, since
18SG ; formerly in the 6th Dragoon Guards, Capt.
and Hon. Major 4th Batt. Essex Regt., b. Nov. 1847 ;
m. 1879, Katherine Anne, dau. of the late Henry
Lysons Griffinhoofe, Esq. of Arkesden, Essex, and
has issue,

I. Frederic Carne, b. 1880.

II. Guy Carne, b. 1885.

Lineage. — John Peter Easch, Esq., d. 1842, having
in. Louisa Lennox, and by her (who d. 1836) left a son,



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Fbedebic Carne Rasch, Esq. of Woodhill, co. Essex, J.P.
and D.L., who m. Catherine James, dau. of James Edwards,
Esq. of The Grove, Harrow, and by her (who d. 1882) had
issue,

Fbedebic Caene, now of Woodhill.
Mr. Rasch d. 1876.

£eat — Woodhill, Danbury, Essex.



HASHLEIGH OF MENABILLY.

HASHLEias, Jonathan, Esq. of Menabilly, Corn-
wall, Feniton Court, Devon, and Lissadrone, co.
Mayo, B.A., J.P., and D.L., High Sheriff Cornwall
1877, b. 7 Jan. 1820 ; m. Isfc, 1 Aug. 1843, Mary
Pole, dau. of William Stuart, Esq. of Aldenham
Abbey, Herts, and Tempsford Hall, Beds (eldest
eon of the Hon. and Most Kev. William Stuart,
D.D., Archbishop of Armagh, son of John, 3rd Earl
ot' Bute, K.G.), by whom (who d. 25 Jan. 1852) he
kas had issue,

I. Jonathan, b. 26 May, 1845 ; m. 1 Nov. 1870, Mary
Frances, dau. of Jolm Labouchere, Esq. of Broome Hall,
Surrey, brother of Henry, Lord Taunton, and d. 8 Dec.
1872, leaving a son, John Cosmo Stuart, b. 2 July,
1872.

n. Evelyn William, J. P., 6. 6 Jan. 1850; m. 29 April, 1879,
Jane Elizabeth, dau. of Onley Savill Onley, Esq. of
Stisted Hall, Essex, and has had,

1 Jonathan Onley, 6. 2 June, 1880; d. 7 Dec. 1830.

2 William Stuart, b. 17 June, 1882.
1 Jane Henrietta.

I. Caroline Mary Stuart, m. 21 Nov. 1867, Major Charles
Poore Long, 13th Regiment Light Infantry, who c^. 2
Nov. 1871, leaving issue by her, who d. 3 Jan. 1880, one
son, William E. Long, who «. his uncle. Col. Long, of
Hurts Hall, Suffolk, in 1892; and one dau.

II. Alice Henrietta. in. Mary Anna.

Mr. Eashleigh m. 2ndly, 3 Aug. 1SG9, Jane Eliza-
beth, only dau. and heir of Arthur Pugh, Esq. of
Lissadrone, co. Mayo, and Fitzwilliam Square,
Dublin, and has further issue.



III. Arthur 6. 24 June, 1871.

IV. Eleanor Elizabeth.
VI. Rachel Jane.



V. Kathleen.



Lineage. —The Rashleighs of Jlenabilly are a younger
branch of the ancient family of Rashleigh of Rashicigh, co.
Devon. The first that settled in Cornwall, according to the
Visitation, was

Philip Rashleigh, m. Janet, dau. of Thomas Leigh, and
had two sons, i. Robert, his son and heir, aged 30 years and
upwards 1549 (who d. 1587, leaving a son and heir, John,
1/!ien aged 20 years 7 months and 24 days, ?«. Elizabeth,
dau. of Richard Trevanion, Esq. of that co., 1620) ; ii. John,
of whom hereafter. Mr. Rashleigh d., according to an
inq. post mort. taken 4 Edward VI., 14 June, 1549. His 2nd
son,

John Rashleigh, who settled as a Merchant at Fowey, m.
Alice, dau. of William Lanyon, Esq., and dying 10 Aug.
1582, left, with six daus. (i. Agnes, m. William Martin, of
Totnes, Devon ; ii. Jane, m. John Mayo, of Lowe, co. Corn-
wall; III. Avis, m. James Kestell, of Cornwall; iv. Joanna,

d. v.nm. ; v. Evelyn, m. J. Apley, of Devon ; vi. Mary, m. 2
March, 1583, Simon Clotworthie, of Rashleigh), one son, his
succcsssr,

JouN Rashleigh. Esq. of Menabiliy, M.P. for Fowey 31 and
:W Elizabeth, m. 10 Feb. 1575, Alice, dau. of Richard Bony-
thon, Esq. of Carclew, by whom (who d. April, 1607) ho had
issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Jonathan, successor to his brother.

I. Alice, VI. Nicholas Sawle, ancestor of Sir CharlesB. Graves
Sawle, Bart, of Penrice.
ji. Deborah, m. John Spark, of Devon.

III. Elizabeth, «!. 1605, Francis Vyvyan, of Trelowarren.
The eldest son,

John Rashleioh, Esq. of Menabilly, bapt. 22 Dec. 1588,

e. his father, and d. s. p., when he was «. by his brother,
Jonathan Rashleigh, Esq. of Menabilly, M.P. for Fowey,

m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Sir Robert Bassett, Knt., and 2ndly,
M-ary, dau. of John Harris, Esq. of Eadford, near Plymouth,
and was «. by his grandson.



Jonathan R.\shleigh, Esq. of Menabilly, High Sheriff in
2 James II. (son of John Rashleigh and Jean his wife, dau. of
John Pollexfen, Esq.), in. 12 Dec. 1681, Sarah, eldest dau. of
Sir John Carew, 3rd Bart, of Antony, and had issue. The
eldest son dying without issue, the estates devolved upon the
2nd son,

Jonathan Rashleigh, Esq. of Menabilly, M.P. for Fowey.
He m. II June, 1728, Mary, dau. of Sir William Clayton, Bart.,
and had issue,

I. Philip, his successor.

II. Jonathan (Rev.), Fellow of All Souls Coll. Oxford, and
Rector of Silverton, Devon, »!. 1st, 5 March, 1771, Cathe-
rine, dau. of the Kev. William Stackhouse, D.D., of Tre-
hane, and by her (who d. 10 July, 1788) had, with other
is.sue,

William, heir to his uncle.
He m. 2ndly, Jane, sister of Sir Alexander P. Gordon Gum-
ming, Bart., and d. Sept. 1795, leaving by her a son, George
Gumming.

III. John, of Penquite, m. Catherine, dau. of William Battle,
M.D., and had, with younger children,

SibJohn Colman Rashleigh, Bart, of Prideaux, so created
30 Sept. 1831 (see Bdrke's Peerage and Baronetage).

I. Jane, m. Robert Duke, E.»q. of Lake House, Wilts.

II. Mary, m. William Stackhouse, Esq. of Trehane.

III. Rachel, m. John Gould, M.D., of Truro.

Mr. Rashleigh was s. by his eldest son,

Philip Rashleigh, Esq. of Menabilly, M.P. for Fowey. He
m. his cousin, Jane, dau. of the Rev. Carolus Pole, but had no
issue. He was s. at his decease by his nephew,

William Rashleigh, Esq. of Menabilly, M.P. for the borough
of Fowey, High Sheriff co. Cornwall 1818, to. 1st, Rachael, dau.
of William Stackhouse, Esq. of Trehane, but had no surviving
issue. He m. 2ndly, 23 July, 1816, Caroline, eldest dau. of
Henry Hinxman, Esq. of Ivychurch, Wilts, and by her (who
d. 3 Nov. 1842) had, with other issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Jonathan, successor to his brother.

I Charlotte Hinxman, to. 14 June, 1849, her cousin, Charles
Edward Rashleigh, Esq. of Farningham, Kent, and had
issue.

11. Jane, to. 2 Oct. 1845, Rev. Charles H. Archer, and d.
1859.

Mr. Rashleigh d. 14 May, 1885, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Rashleigh, Esq. of Menabilly, J.P. and D.L., M.P.
for East Cornwall, b. 16 April, 1817 ; to. 28 March, 184-3, Hon.
Catherine Stuart, eldest dau. of Robert Walter, 11th Lord
Blantyre, by whom (who d. 8 Nov. 1872) he had a dau.,

Edith Frances, m. 4 Feb. 1875, Sackville George Stopford-
Sackville, Esq., late M.P. for North Northamptonshire.
Mr. Rashleigh d. 31 Oct. 1S71, and was s. by his brother,

Jonathan Rashleigh, Esq. now of Menabilly.

Arms — Sa., a cross or. between, in the 1st quarter, aCornish
chough arg., beaked and legged gu. ; in the 2nd quarter, a
text (E ; in the 3rd and 4th quarters, a crescent, all of the
third.

fieais— Menabilly Par Station, Cornwall, and Feniton Court,
near Honiton, Devon. Toun Residence — 3, Cumberland.
Terrace, N.'vY.



KATHBONE OF GREENBANK.

Rathbone, William, Esq. of Greenbank, co.
Lancaster, J.P. and D.L. for co. Lancaster, was
M.P. for Liverpool 1868 to 1880, for co. Carnarvon
1880 to 1885, and since 1885 for North Division of
that county, b. 11 Feb. 1819; m. 1st, 1847, Lu-
cretia, dau. of S. S. Grair, Esq., and has had issue,

I. William, b. 1849; to. 7 June, 1877, Blanche Marie,
eldest dau. of Charles Luling, Esq. of New York.

II. Thomas Ashton, m. 18 Jan. 1893, Christabel, dau. of the
late Rev. Gerard Barton, of Fundenhall Grange, Norfolk.

III. Henry Gair.

IV. Edward L. W., deceased.

I. Lucretia Elizabeth.

He m. 2ndly, 1862, Emily, dau. of Acheson Lyle,
Esq. of The Oaks, co. Londonderry, and has had
issue,

V. Cyril, decea.^ed.
VII. Bertram Eric.

II. Emily Evelyn.
Liineag-e. — William Rathbone, 6. 1696, son of WilUam

Rathbone, was father of another
William Rathbone, of Liverpool, b. 1725, m. twice, and



VI. Acheson Lyle.
VIII. Francis Warre.
III. Eleanor Florence.



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had several children, most of whom d. in infancy ; two only
left issue. The eldest son,

^\iLLiAM Rathbone, Esq. of Liverpool and Grcenbank, an
eminent Jlerchant of Liverpool, b. 17fi7; m. 17 Aur. 1T86,
Hannah Mary, only dau. of Kiehard Keymilds. Kscj., tlic well-
known Bristol phihuithropist, and ly lu r (s\\\o ,1. June, IboO)
had issue,

I. AViLLiAM, his heir.

II. Kicliard, of Woodeote. co. T^iiioastor, b. 2 Dec. 1788 : m.
8 April, 1^17, his cousin, llanraii Mary. ilau. of Joseph
KeynoKIs, l"sq. of Ketley, Salop, and d. luNov. IStiO, havinK
hy her (whocf. 26 March, ISTiS) had issue,

1 BicBAitD liErsoLDS of Glan-y-Mcnai, co. Anglesey (see
nejct M(moir).

2 Basil, b. 5 April, 1824, deceased.

3 William Benson, b. 17 April, ISiO; in. Hannah Sophia
Grejr, and had issue, five sons and three daus.

1 Hannah Mary, deceased.

2 Margaret, m. Abraham Dixon, Esq., and has four daus.

3 Emily, m. Eustace Greg, Esq., and has had teven sous
and five daus.

HI. Theodore Woolman, of .AUerton Priory, near Liverpool,
J. P., h. 4 Auff. 1798; m. S Jlay. 182G, Lucy, eldest dau. of
Edward Pearson, Esq. of I'lekliill Hall, co. Flint, liy Lucy
his wife, youngest sister of Sir Thomas Hesketh. of liuffurd
Hall, Bart., and by her o*ho d. lit April, ls4S) leii sur-
viving issue,
1 Theodore 'William, of Baekwood, Neston, co. Chester,
M.A., F.L.S., J. P., formerly Curnet 6th Inni, killing
Dragoons, b. 14 3Iarch, 183-J; m. 6 July, laOI, jM:.ria
Mary Payne, dau. of Janiea Johnstone, M.D., of Birming-
ham, and by her (who d. 1890) has surviving issue, one
dau.

1 Lucy .A.nna, deceased.

2 Jessie Sophia, m. 12 Nov. 1862, Alderman Joseph, Hub-
back, of Beechwood, rf. ISCi.

Mr. Theodore W. Rathbone d. I.'') Aug. 18G3.
IV. Benson, of Gcldeston, co. Xorfolk, b. 20 .Vug. ISOO; d.

uixrii. 27 Oct. 1834.
I. Hannah Mary, m. Jan. 1831, William Reynolds, JLD., of
Wyncote, near Liverpool, d. Ifetio.
Mr. Rathbone d. 11 Feb. 1809.

William Rathbone, Esq. of Greenbank, co. Lancaster, J.P..
6. 17 June, 1787 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Gret', Esq. of
t^uarry Bank, co. Chester, and had issue,

William, now of Greenbank.

Samuel Greg, 6. 1" May, lb2;j. Philip Henry, b. 8 May, 1828.

Elizabeth, m. J. Paget, Escj.

Hannah Mary, r,i. llev. J.N. Thorn, and is deceased.

Agnes Mary, d. June, l&(i3.

He d. 1 Feb. 1863.

Arms — Erm., on a fesse az., between two roses in chief gu.,
barbed and seeded, and the Roman fasces erect in base ppr.,
three bezants. Crest — The Roman fasces fessways in fiont of
a lion's head ppr., gorged with a collar arg., charged with
two roses gu. Motto — Suaviter et fortiter.

Seat — Greenbank, Liverpool. Jitaidence — IS, Prince's Gar-
dens, S.W.



KATHBONE OF GLAN-Y-MENAI.

Eathboxe, Eiciiaed Eeyxolds, Esq. of Glan-
y-Menai, co. Anglesey, J. P. and D.L. fcir co. Angle-
sey, and High Slierill'in 1885, b. 19 April, 1820 ; m.
1st, 15 May, 1850, Anna Gemmel, dau. of James
Fleming, Esq. of Linlithgow, jN.E., and 2nd]y,
June, 1859, Frances Susannah, 2nd dau. of Hugh
Eoberts, Esq. of Glan-y-Menai, D.L. co. Anglesey,
and has issue,

I. HCGH RETS0LD3, 6. 4 April, 1863 ; m. 20 Oct. 1888, Emily
Evelyn, 2nd dau. of William Rathbone, E-sq., M.P., and
has issue,

1 Richard Reynolds, 6. 23 Feb. 1891.

2 Edward Reynolds, 6. IS Aug. 18U2,

1 Hannah Mary Reynolds, 6.' 15 Dec. 1889,

n. Richard Llewelyn Benson, 6. 6 July, 1864.
I. Jfary Frances.

Xiineagre. — See Rathbone of Greenbank.
iit'it — Glan-y-Menai, .Anglesey.



RATTRAY OF CRAIGHALL RATTRAY.

Clekk-Eatteay, James, Esq., C.B., of Craighall
Ealfray, co. Perth, Lieut.-Gcn. in the army, late
Lieut-Col. 90th Foot, J.P. and D.L. for co. Perth,
*. ai Oct. 1832.



Xiineagre. — The surname of Rattray is derived from the
barony of the same name in co. Perth, and was assumed ac
.1 very remote era. The first of the family upon record,
Alanps de Ratukrifk, lived in the reigns of William the
Lion and Alexander II., and his son.

Sib Thomas Rattray, received the honour of KnighthoocS
from Alexander III. His grandson.

Sib Adam Ratrkff, of Ratreff, is styled in Prynne's Collec-
tions, " Xobilis vir dominus de Ratreff, anno 1291," and ira
Rymer's Feed. Angl., when Sir .Adam, wit'.i many others, was
compelled to subnnt to King Edward I., it is stated, "Nobilea
viri Adam de Retrefe ct Willielmus de Maule fecerunt fldeli-
t.atem dicto regi, anno 1292."

Dk. John Clerk, President of the Royal College of Phy-
sicians at Edinburgh, and for more than tliirty years the first;
medical practitioner in Scotland, purchased the lands of Lis-
tonshieLs and Spittal, in Midlothian. He m. 1720, Margaret,
eldest dau. of Dr. Thomas Rattray, of Cr.aighaU Rattray, co.
Perth, and lineal descendant of the family of Rattray of that
ilk, and had five sons and one dau. The 3rd son,

David Clerk, M.D., of Edinburgh, Physician to the Royal
Infirmary, ■„;. Helen, dau. of James DufT, Esq. of Craigaton,
CO. Aberdeen, and dying 1768, left two sons, James and
Robert, b. Feb. 1765, who d. at Cadiz. The elder,

.Iames Clerk, Esq., b. 3 Dec. 1763, became of CraighalJ
Rattray, and assumed the surname of Rattray. This gentle-
man distinguished himself at the Scottish Bar, and was con-
stituted a Baron of the Exchequer. He to. 3 Jan. 1791, Jane,
only dau. of Admiral Duff, of Fetteresso, and dying 29 Aug.
1831, left (with one dau. Jane, m. William M. Hay, 2nd sou o£-
— Hay, of Newton) a son and successor,

Robert Clerk-Rattray, Esq. of Craighall Rattray, J.P.
and D.L., b. 21 Dec. 1795; m. 12 Feb. 1821, Christina, dau. of
James Richardson, Esq. of Pitfour, and d. 21 Oct. 1851, having:
liad issue,

James, now of Craighall.

Adam, Capt. 92nd Highlanders, h. 1833 ; d. unm. July, 1870.
Elizabeth Susan, Hi. Rev. Alexander Burn Murdoch, of
Neuek. Jane.

Charlotte JIary, m. Rev, Robert Taylor.
Helen Christina, m. 1854, Michael Foster Ward, Esq., eldest
son of Thomas Rawdon Ward, Esq. of Ogbourn St. Andrew
and Easton Priory, Wilts.
Jemima Barbara, m, 1873, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Philip Graham,
Scots Guards, and d. June, 1878.

Arms — Az., three erosscs-crosslet fitchee or. quarterinj;
Clerk, viz., or, a fesse chequy az. and arg., between two
crescents in chief gu. and a boar's head couped in ba.se sa., a
bordure of the .second. Crests — 1st, On a star or, a flaming heart
ppr.; 2nd, A demi-huntsman, winding a horn ppr., habited
vert. Supporters — Two serpents nowed vert. Motto — Super
sidera votum.
Stat — Craighall Rattray, Blairgowrie, co. Perth.



RAWLINS OF STOKE COURCY.

Eawltns, Hknry De Courct, Esq. of the
Manor House, co. Somei'set, Major Scottish Eifles,
b. 4 Nov. 1851.

Lineage. — This family is of Welsh origin, descended from
one "Rawlins-White," who suffered martyrdom during the
Reformation. They have been landed proprietors in co.
Somerset for many generations.

Rev. Henry Rawlins, M.A., Rector of Staplegrovo, co.
Somerset, in. 5 Sept. 1780, Eliza, dau. of John White, Esq. of
Martock, and d. 5 Oct. 1810, leaving by her (who d. 10 July,
181 S) a sou.

Rev. Henry William Rawlins, M.A., late Rector of Fid-
dington, Vicar of Kilton, and Patron of Bishop's Hull, co.
Somerset, m. 2 July, 1819, Eliza, dau. of John Nash, Esq. of
Shipley Hall, near Manchester, and by her (who d. 26 March,
1878) had issue,

I. Henry William, of the Manor House, J. P., Lieut.-Col.
(retired), Madras Staff Corps, h. 17 June, 1820; jit. 8 July.
1845, Emma Matilda, dau. of Capt. Patton, R.N., anfi
sister of Gen. Patton-Bethune (.see that family), and d.
1891, having had issue, Henry de Codbcy, his heir; and
Emma Matilda.

II. James Sebastian, Major-Gen. Bengal Staff Corps, m.Emmf.
dau. of J. Parke, Esq., and has issue.

III. Thomas Andrews, Col., late Assistant Commandant at
Netley, TO. 1st, Kate, dau. of Gen. Robertson; 2ndly, Mary-
Ann, dau. of Sir Charles Dunce, K.H.; and Srdly, — , dau.
of — Pinsent, Esq., and has issue.

IV. I'raniis John (Kev.), M..V., late Rector of Fiddington, m.
IbCO, Jane, dau. of Capt. Hooper, R.JS'., and has issue.



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T. Sebastian White, Lieut.-Col. 2nd Batt. Welsh Regt., m.

JIaria, dau. of Rev. Canon Tinling, and grand-dau. of Sir

Charles A. Elton, Bart., and has issue.
1. Mary de Brisac, m. Frederick King, M.A., of Chilmark,

Wilts.
Bev. Henry William Rawlins d. 21 June, 1S55.
Residence — Manor House, near Taiintcn.



EAWIilNSON OF DUDDON HALL.

Rawlinsox, William Millers, Esq. of Ducldon
Hall, Cumberland, b. 20 April, 1863 ; *. his father
1875 ; m. 19 June, 1889, Eosetta Ellen, only dau.
of the late Henry Fletcher Kigge, Esq. of Wood
J3roughton, North Lancashire, and has issue,

William Grat, b. 2 April, 1890.

Liineag'e. — William Rawlinson, son of John Ratvlin-
SON, of Grcenhead, in Colton, co. Lancaster, tem'p. Henut VII.,
v/i. 1 Henby VIII., a dau. of Benson, of Skelwith, in the same
CO., and had two sons, John, of Greenhead (who m. a dau. of
Miles Sawrey, of Graythwaite), and from him descended the
Eawlinsoxs of Car/; Hall, and

William Rawlinson, Esq. of Toddihanlc, m. another dau.
of Miles Sawrey, of Graythwaite, and was father of Thomas
Rawunson, of Graythwaite, living 24 Jan. 1625, whose elder
son, by his 1st wife, Bridget, only dau. and heir of John Sawrey,
Esq. of Graythwaite,

William Rawlinsov, Esq. of Graythwaite and Rusland
Hall, Capt. in a troop of volunteers, did good service to the
Commons at Marston Moor and Ribble Bridge. He m. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Anthony Sawrey, Esq. of Plumpton, and by her
(who d. Sept. 1683) had, with eight daus., three sons,

Thomas, his heir.

William (Sir), Knt., Serjeant-at-Law, one of the Lords Com-
missioners of the Great Seal till 1692, d. 11 May, 1703.

John, of Gray's Inn, Secretary to the Master of the Rolls,
who s. to the Ru.sland Hall estate under settlement, and
purchased Whittington Hall, in co. Lancaster. He d. s. p.
June, 1G99.

Mr. Rawlinson d. 16S0. His eldest son,

Thomas Rawlinson, Esq. of Graythwaite, vi. 15 July, 1GC3,
Dorothy, dau. of Thomas Hutton, Esq. of Eampsicli, co.
Lancaster, and had, with five daus., two sons,
William, his successor.

Abraham, of Lancaster, Merchant, m. 12 May, 1695, Eliza-
beth, dau. of William Beck, Esq. of Low Wray, co. Lan-
caster, several of whose descendants represented the
boroughs of Lancaster and Liverpool in Parliament. The
representative of this branch is Abbaham Rawlinson, Esq.
of Chipping Norton, co. Oxford.

The eldest son and successor,

William Rawlinson, Esq. of Graythwaite, 6. 23 July, 1664,
';/!. 1st, 5 Dec. 1688, Margery, dau. of Adam Goldney, Esq. of
Chippenham, Wilts, and by her (who d. 11 Feb. 1699) had
four sons and two daus. He m. 2ndly, 5 July, 1702, Mary,
dau. of Roljert Benson, Esq. of Carlisle, and widow of Isaac
Willison, Esq. of Penrith, and by her had two suns and a dau.
Mr. Rawlinson d. 15 Aug. 1734. The youngest son of his 1st
marriage,

Job Rawlinson, Esq. of Graythwaite, 6. 10 March, 1698 ;
VI. 1 June, 1736, Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Willan, Esq. of
Castle Tower, co. York, and by her had issue. He was s. by
his elder son,

William Rawlinson, Esq. of Graythwaite, 6. 22 Sept. 1740 ;
m. 16 April, 1793, Catherine, youngest dau. of John Waldie,
Esq. of Hendersyde Park, co. Roxburgh, and by her (who d.
1831) left at his decease, April, 1808, a son and successor,

John Job Rawlinson, Esq. of Graythwaite, J.P. for the co.,
b. 27 March, 1798; m. 8 Feb. 1831, Mary, eldest dau. of Rev.
John Romney, B.D., of Whitestock Hall, co. Lancaster, and
by her (who d. 8 Nov. 1890) had issue,

William Sawkey, his heir.

George liumney, b. 3 June, 1837, Lieut.-Col. 3rd Dragoon
Guards, d. s. p.

Robert, B.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, b. 25 May, 1839; m.
5 June, 1866, Eleanor Jane, dau. of Rev. John Baldwin, of |
Dalton. ;

Catherine Jane, m. 23 Aug. 1860, Capt. John Archibald j
Oliver Rutherfurd, 70th Regt., 2nd surviving son of William j
Oliver Rutherfurd, Esq. of Edgerston, co. Roxburgh.

Edith Elizabeth, m. 12 June, 1856, Joseph Stonehewer Scott
Chad, Esq. of Thursford Hall, Norfolk, and has issue.
Mr. Rawlinson d. 16 Oct. 1864. His eldest son,

William Sawrey Rawlinson, Esq., J. P., b. 29 May, 1835,
Major 6th Inniskilling Dragoons and 12th Lancers ; s. 1860 to
the Duddoa Hall estates, in Cumberland and Lancashire, of



his maternal ancestor, Rev. George Millers, M.A. : m. 26 June,
1862, Elizabeth Mary, only dau. of Robert Brooke, Esq. of Bath,
and had issue,

William Millers, now of Duddon.

George Brooke Millers, b. 1864.

Robert Henry Millers.

Anhur Millers. Christopher Millers.

Alice Mary Millers.

Major Rawlinson rf. 29 June, 1875.

Arms— Sa,., three swords in pale, the centre one point down-
wards, the others points upwards, blades arg., hilts and
pommels or, a chief indented of the last. Crest— A cubit arm
erect in armour, holding in the gauntlet a sword, all ppr.
Motto — Non mutandus.

Seat— Duddon Hall, Brou



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