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ghton-in-Furness, Cumberland.



RAWSON OF HAUGH END AND HILL
HOUSE.

Eawson, John Selwyn, Esq. of Haugli End
and Mill House, co. York, b. 20 March, 1858 ; m.
6 June, 1888, Annie Constance, dau. of Rev.
Philip Dwyer, M.A., sometime Rector of Ennis,
and Canon of Killaloe (by Anne Stather Crowe,
his wife), and by her has issue,

Frederic Philip Selwyn, b. 14 March, 1891.

Constance Priestley, 6. 29 March, 1889.

Dorothy Florence, b. 30 Jan. 1893.

Lineag'e. — William Henry Rawson, Esq. of Haugh End,
r,i. 30 Oct. 1806, Mary, dau. of John Priestley, Esq. of Thorpe,
near Halifax, and by her (who d. 18 Feb. 1870) had issue,

I. William Henry, of whom presently.

II. John, m. Elizabeth Marianne, dau. of John Priestley,
Esq. of Thorpe, wlio d. Jan. 1876.

III. Arthur, m. Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Castel W. Clay,
Esq. of Liverpool.

IV. Frederick Edward, to. 12 Oct. 1843, Harriet Susnnnah,
dau. of John Priestley, Esq. of Thorpe, and d. IG May,
1S79, leaving issue,

1 Frederic Gerald Selwyn.

2 John Selwyn, now of Mill House.

1 Florence Harriet Marianne, d. 21 Oct. 1861, imni.

I. Mary Elizabeth, d. April, 1882.

II. Ellen Susanna, m. Rev. A. L. W. Bean, ncumbent of
Sowerby, Halifax, and d. Jan. 1876.

III. Anna Catherine, to. Rev. Edward James NeTfell, Vicar
of Bromley, Kent, and </. May, 1893.

IV. Caroline, d. May, 1891.

V. Emily Frances, m. Rev. William Henry Empson, Vicar of
Wellow, Hants, and d. 1857.

VI. Henrietta, d. May, 1892.

Mr. Rawson d. 5 Jan. 18C5. His son,

AV'illiam Henby Rawson, Esq. of Mill House, J.P. and D.L.
for West Riding, 6. 4 Aug. 1812 ; to. 22 April, 1847, Ellen
Louisa, dau. cf Amaziah Empson, Esq. of Spellow Hill, Knares*
borough, and by her (who d. 20 April, 1890) had issue,

William Henry, late of Mill House.
Constance Ellen.

Mr. Rawson d. 8 July, 1892. His son,

William Henby Rawson, Esq. of Mill House, co. York, anci
of Bramhope, Torquay, J.P., b. 17 Sept. 1848; m. 1874,
Frances Jane, eldest dau. of John William Brooke, Esq. of
Sibton Park, Suffolk. He d. s. p. 1 Dec. 1893, and was s. by
bis cousin,

John .Selwyn, now of Mill House.

Arms — Per fessc sa. and az., a tower embattled arg. Crest —
A raven's head and neck couped sa., holding in the beak an
annulet or. Motto — Laus virtutis actio.

-Strat— Mill House and Haugh End, near Halifax, co. Y'ork.



RAWSON OF WOODHUKST.

Rawson, Philip, Esq. of Woodhurst, Sussex,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1892, b. 27 Dec. 1820 ;
m. 19 Feb. 1802, Octavia, 8th dau. of Patrick Gil-
mour, Esq., J.P., of The Grove, Londonderry, by his
wife, Christie Hamilton (d. 1875), dau. of Charles
Dalrymple, of Orangefield, co. Ayr, Capt. 15th
Regt., and by her has had issue,
I. Richard Hamilton (108, Gloucester Place, W.), Capt. Ist
Life Guaids, b. 21 Feb. 1863; educated at Eton and
Brasenose Coll. Oxford; m. 30 July, 1890, the Lady
Beatrice Anson, 2nd dau. of Thomas George, 2nd Earl of
Lichfield, and has issue,
Beatrice Violet, b. 6 May, 1892.



1(388



EAW



THE LANDED GENTRY.



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II. Philip Heathcote, M.A. Oxon; Barrister-at Law of the
Inner Temple, 6. S April, lS6-t ; m. 16 July, 1S91, Lillie
Campbell, dau. of the late Hev. W. Clarke Trestou, of
Vallcyfield, Culross, X.B., and has issue,
Barbara Helen, b. 2 March, 1S93.

in. Arthur Justyn, b. 20 May, 1S72 ; d. 27 March, 1S75.

I. Mabel Anne. b. .;! Aug. ISGo; m. 2S June, 188S, James
Patriek Eden Gilmour, Esq., Capt. 60th llifles, only son
of the late James Gilmour, Esq. of Warren Hill, London-
derry, and h:is issue, Charles Dalryniple, b. 12 Feb. 1S93.

II. Emma Jessie, b. 26 Sept. 1S6T; m. 2j June, 1889, Edward
Thornton, Esq., 2nd Secretary Diplomatic Service, only
son of Sir Edward Thornton, G.C.13., P.C, Count of
Cassilha.<! in Portugal, formerly Ambassador at Washing-
ton, St. Petersburg, and Constantinople ; and has issue,
£dward, 6. 27 Oct. IsUo, and Mary Irene, b. 10 June,
1890.

III. Evtiyu Julia Ernestine, b. 23 July, 1870 ; d. 19 March,
K-:i. '

Lineag-e Thomas Rawson, Esq. of The Holt, Whea thill,

and lU'Sehill, co. Lancaster, and of Hillington Court, co.
Worcester, m. Elizabeth, only child of Capt. Ashbrook, li.X.,
anil <;. 1?19. leaving a son,

IticiiAKD Kawsos, Esq. of Wheathill, Eoby, co. Lancaster,
who served with the 20th Regt. in the Peninsula at Corunna,
Vimiera. and Maida ; m. 3 Feb. 1810, Anne, dau. of James
Justyn Bent, of Basford Hall and Macr Hall, co. Stafford, by
his wile. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John Heathcote, of Apedale,
■to. Stafford, and by her (who d. 6 Xov. 1800) had issue,

1 .Arthur.

2 Hiirry, of Sandiway, Cheshire, d. s. p. 1883.

3 Philip, now of Woodhurst.
-4 Frank, d. s. p- 1883.

-6 George Edward, d. s. p. 1835.

1 Helen Maria, of Deerswood, Crawley, Sussex.

2 Louisa, d. s. p. 1834. 3 Eliza, d. s. p. 1845.

4 Frances Anne, d.s.p. 1888. 5 Jessie, d. s. p. 13G2.
6 Rose. 7 Sophia, d. s. p. 1893.

lilr. Rawson d. 11 Feb. 1864.

^eat— Woodhurst, Crawley, Sussex.



HAWSTORNE OF PENWORTHAM.

Eawstoexe, Lawee>"CE, Esq. of Penvvortham
Priorv and Hutton Hall, co. Lancaster, J. P. and
]).L.,"M.A. Ch. Ch. Orford, b. 1842 ; m. 10 Aug.
1871, Edith Elizabeth, eldest dau. of 8ir Tliomas
Eermor Hesketh, 5th Bart, of Rufford Hall, co.
Lancaster, and has issue, two sous and one dau.,

I. Lawrence, 6. 22 April, 1874.

II. Thomas Geoffrey, 6. 29 Sept. 1879.
I. Marjory.

Lineag'e. — This family, which for many centuries has
been settled in co. Lancaster, was originally seated at Lum ;
the family had been previously seated at Newhall, which is
still in their possession.

John Rosthokne, Esq. of Lum, Aydenfield, co. Lancaster,
m., and was s. by his son and heir,

Adam Uosthobse, Esq. of Lum, who m. Helen, dau. of Atkin
"Holte, Esq. of Battherston, co. Lancaster, and by her had, with
£ve daus., three sons,

Henry, s. to the family estates of Lum, m. Elizabeth Eams-
1 botham, and had issue.

William, of whom we treat.

John, m. Alice, dau. of Elmeric Ilallewell.
The 2nd son,

William Rosthobne, from whom spring the Rawstorneso/
Siuhall, m. Margaret, dau. of Elmeiic Ilallewell, of Cleges-
poole, and had issue, two sons, Lawrence and Thurstan, and
three daus. The eldest son,

Lawrence Kosthorne, Esq. of Newhall, m. 1st, Anne, dau.
and heiress of Thomas Purvishe, Esq. of Godlesmere, Surrey ;
from their children the Eawstobnes of Lejcdin Manor are
descended. He m. 2ndly, EUzabeth, dau. of John Elcocke,
Esq. of Stenfield, co. Lancaster, and by her had two sons and
one dau. He bought the Manor of Hutton from the Crowu in
1545. The son of the 2nd marriage,

Edward Rosthob.ve, Esq. of Kewh.all, ». his father. He m.
Alice, dau. of Hamlett Ditchfield, Esq. of Ditlon, co. Lancaster,
and had by her five sons and six daus., of whom the two
eldest sons were heirs in succession. He d. about 1022. His
eldest son,

Lawbe-nce Eosthobne, Esq. of Newhall, n. Ilolcroft, dau.



of Robert HesUeth, Esq. of Rufford, co. Lancaster, and by he
had an only dau. Alice, who m. — Plessington,E3q.of Dimples
CO. Lancaster. He was s. by his brother,

Edward Rostiiorne, Esq. of Newhall, High Sheriff of co.
Lancaster 1029, who m. Catherine, dau. of Robert Holden,
Esq. of Holden, co. Lancaster. He d. about 1644, and was «.
by his son,

Edward Rosthorne, Esq. of Newhall, who to. 1st, Helen,
dau. of RatclilTe Assheton, F.sq. of Cuerdale, co. Lancaster,
and by her had several children, all of whom d. young, and
2nilly, Mary, dau. of John Greenhalgh, Esq. of Brandlesliolme,
CO. Lancaster, and by her had only three daus.,

Catherine, m. William Lever, Esq. of Kirsall, co. Lan-
caster.
Mary, wife of — Boswcll.
Jane, wife of James Murray.

This Edward Rosthorne was one of the six captains who
assisted the Countess of Derby during the siege of Lathom
House 1043. Afterwards, at her request. Prince Rupert gave
him the governorship of Lathom House, and made him colonel
of an infantry regiment, with which, added to two troops of
cavalry, he stoutly defended Lathom for two years, until the
surrender of it, in 1645, at the command of King Charles I.
He d. soon after his father, about 1640, and was «. in the family
estates by his brother,

Lawrence Rosthorne, or Rawstorne, Esq. of Newhall, 6.
1019, High Sheriff CO. Lancaster 24 Charles II. (1081) ; m. 1st,
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. George Murray, Rector of Bury, co.
Lancaster, and by her had one dau. Rachel, 6. 1646 ; m.
Thomas Bradshaw, Esq. of Lum, co. Lancaster. He m, 2ndly,
Mary, dau. of Richard Bold, Esq. of Bold, co. Lancaster, and
widow of John Atherton, E.sq. of Atherton, and she possess-
ing Atherton for life, Mr. Rawstorne removed thither, and
was resident there when he recorded his pedigree atthe Lanca-
shire Visitation, 23 Sept. 1064. By his 2nd wife, he had a son,
Peter, 6. 1002, d. young. He m. 3rdly, Marjory, dau. of John
F'leetwood, Esq. of Penwortham, by Anne, dau. of William
Ffarrington, Esq. of Worden, co. Lancaster, and by her he had
three sons and two daus., of whom, Fleetwood, the eldest son,
and Richard, the youngest, both d. young. The 2nd son,

William Rawstorne, Esq. of Newhall, s. his father; he was
High Sheriff of co. Lancaster 11 Anne (1712). He m. Isabella,
dau. of Sir Richard Atlierton, Knt* of Atherton, co. Lancaster
(by his wife, Isabella Holte), and had (with others, who d.
young),

Edward, who, soon after his father's death, gave up the
family estates to Lawrence, the eldest son of his next
brother, on receiving an annuity out of the property. He
d. unm.

Lawrence, who to. 1st, Jane, dau. and heir of Richard I.ang-
ton, Esq. of Broughton Tower, co. Lancaster, and by her
had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Agnes, dau. of Robert Dent, of
Preston, and by her had one son, Lawrence (of whom
presently), and a dau., who d. young.
TVilliam (Rev.), m. Elizabeth, dau. and only child of Samuel
Walker, Esq. of Stapleion Park, co. York, and had issue by
her, seven sons and two daus. He was lifty-two years
Rector of Badsworth, co. York, and d. 1790.
Fleetwood, who commanded a company of Infantry at the
battle of Rencoux, near Liege, and wasslaiu in that engage-
ment 30 Sept. 1740.
James, d. s. p.

JIary, m. Ralph William Grey, Esq. of B.ackworth, Northum-
berland.
Lawrence Rawstorne, Esq. of Newhall and Hutton, s. to
the family estates by favour of his uncle, Edward Rawstorne,
and was High Sheriff of co. Lancaster in 1776. He hi. Elizabeth
Goldsmith Atherton, dau. of Robert Gwillyin, Esq. of Bewsey
and Atherton, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heiress of John
Atherton, Esq. of Atherton, and had issue,

Lawrence, his heir.

"William, m. Agnes Maria, second dau. of Edward Buckley,
Esq of Buckley Hall, co. Lancaster, and had issue, two
sons and three daus. ^

Robert Atherton, M.A., Rector of Warrington for twenty-four
years, m. Mary, eldest dau. of Rieliard Gwillym, Esq. of
Bewsey, en. Lancaster, and had a son Robert Atherton,
Vicar of Balderstone, co. Lancaster, Archdeaeon of Black-
burn, b. 1824 ; m. 1854, Cecilia, dau. of Joseph Feilden, of
Witton Park, Blackburn, by whom lie had two sons, Ather-
ton Gwillym, m. F. Ilorton, dau. of tv. — Horton, Wellow
Vicarage; Henry F'eilden, m. 13 Jan. 1887, Mabel Katharine
Whalley Smythe, only child of Sir John Brocas Gardiner,
Bart, of Roche Court, Hants (who d. 1892) ; and one dau.
Mary Cecilia, who d. 1886.

* Sir R. Atherton's mother was Mary I'olde, of Bolde, before-
mentioned as the widow of John Atheriun, Esq. of Atherton,
and afterwards m. Lawrence Rawstorne.



RAY



THE LANDED GENTRY.



RAY



1689



F.Hraljefh, d. unm. Henrietta Maria.

Attnes Isabella, U. unm.

Mary Anne, m. Count Piontliowski, a Col. in the Imperial
Army.
The eldest son,

La WHENCE IiAW8T0R«E, Esq. of Newhalland HuttQn,l)ecame
proprietor of Penwortham by purchase; he was Higli Sheriff
of CO. Lancaster 1814, and Lieut. -Col. Lst Lancashire Militia.
Jle m. Margaret, dau. of Edward Ledward, of Everton, and had
issue,

Lawrence, his heir, now of Penwortham.

Elizabeth Henrietta Maria.

Margaret. Fanny Marian.

Arma — Per fesse, az. anl gu., a tower triple-towered or.
Crest — A lion pafi.sant or.

Heals — Penwortham Priory, and Ilutton Hall, Preston, co.
X.an caster.



KAYER OF HOLCOMBE.

Rateb, Chaelotte, of Holconibe Court, Pevon,
jotingesfc dau. of Admiral William Batemaii Uash-
wood, ?». 22 April, 1869, William Cabew Kateh,
Esq. of Holcombe Court, late Capt. 1st JJevon
IMilitia, J. P. Devon, Patron of too livings, b. 26
.Sept. 1820 ; d. 11 Jan. 1S92.

Liineagre. — Eet. William Eayeb, J.P. , of Holcombe,
Hector of Tidcombe and Chevithorne, Devon (son of Willium
Hayer, who d. Sept. 1829, by Mary his wife (m. 1783, d. Feb.
1834), eldest dau. of William Harmar, Esq.), tti. July, 1SI6,
Jane, youngest dau. of Sir Thomas Carew, Cth Bart., and d.
Dec. 1866, haviag had issue by lier (who d. Aug. IS.jl),

I. William, late of Holcombe.

Ji Henry, d. Dec. 1853.

J. Mary, m. Rev. Hanmer Morgan Stratford, M..\., Pteetor

of St. Athan, co. Glamorgan, and d. 1893, having h id isaue,

a son (deceased) and three daus.
ai. Jane Baskerville.
111. Frances, m. William Pycroft llarmar, E«q., and has one

son and two daus. iv. Helen.

£eat — Holcombe Court, Wellington, Somerset.



BAYMOND OF BELCHAMP HALL.

Eatmond, Samuel John St. Cleee, Esq. of
IBelchamp Hall, Essex, J.P., b. 1859; m. 1884,
IMargaret Charlotte Montague, 3rd oau. of Francis
Smjthies, Esq. of Head Gate House, Colchester,
Essex, and has a son,

Samuel Philip St. Cleee, 6. 26 April, 1886,

Lineag'e. — Philip Raymond, Esq. of Hundon, Herts, who
tn. 1470, Agnes, dau. and sole heir of William Stern, of Effenden,
same co., was father of Roger Raymond, Esq., whose wife was
'dau. of John Elliot, and whose son and heir was John Ray-
jioNo, Esq., who m. Judith, dau. of Chadd Cockayne, Esq. of
Cockayne Hatley, co. Bedford, and was s. by his son, John
Havmond, Esq. of Belchamp Walter, Essex, came to Belchamp
1611, and was living 1627, who hi. Anne, dau. of John Sparrow,
Esq. of Gestinthorpe, and left a son and successor,

Oliver Raymond, Esq., who m. 1G53, Frances, dau. of Sir
'William Harris, Knt. of Shenfield, Essex, who was great-great-
i^randson of Arthur Harris and Joan Percy his wife, granddau.
of Henry Algernon, 5th Earl of Northumberland. Oliver
llaymond d. 1679, and was s. by his son,

St. Clere Raymond, Esq., who was disinherited for marrying
against his father's consent. His wife was Anne Workman,
and by her he had i-ssue, i. John, to whom his grandfather left
the estate ; ii. William, successor to his nephew ; in. Edward ;
'IV. James; and v. Samuel, blown up in a ship, who?n. and left
:a son, William, father of Samuel, heir to his grand-uncle,
William. The eldest son,

John Raymond, Esq. of Belchamp Hall, m. Anne, dau. of
■Sir Roger Burgoyne, 2nd Bart, of Sutton, and left at his decease
T690, one son,

John Raymond, Esq. of Belchamp, who d. unm. 1720, and
»vas s. by his uncle,

William Raymond, Esq. of Belchamp Hall, who d. 1732,
• devised the property, by will, to his great-nephew.

Rev. Samcel Raymond, of Belchamp Hall, who m. Isabella,
iiau. of Richard Child, M.D., of Lavenhani, Suffolk, and d.
1767, having had issue, Philip Honywood, d. un;n. ; Samcel,
■of whom presently ; and Isabella, vi. 1st, John Mayne, Esq. of
Teffont, Wilts, and 2ndly, 1788, Archibald, 9th Earl of Dun-
\donald. Mr. R:ijiuond's 2nd son.



Rev. Samuel Raymond, Rector of Belchamp and Middleton,
and Vicar of Bulmer, Essex, vi. 1780, Margaretta, dau. of Rev.
Brooke Bridges, Rector of Orlingbury, co. Northampton, and
by her (who d. 1848) had issue,

I. Philip Honywood (Rev.), 0?. 1807.

II. Samuel Milbank, late of Belchamp Hall.

III. Oliver (Rev.), LL.B. Rural Dean, Rector of Middleton, and
Vicar of Belchamp-cum-Buloier, ni. Anne, dau. of Rt-v.
Charles Andrews, Rector of Flempton, Suffolk, and has
issue,

1 Oliver Edward (Rev.), M.A. Cambridge.

2 Edward Walter, deceased.

3 William Sterne, deceased.

4 diaries Andrews (Rev.), M.A., Rector of St. Mary,
Wallingford, Berks.

■ 1 Margaretta Lyon, deceased. 2 Agnes.

3 Katharine, deceased. 4 Anne Ryecroft.

5 Juliana.

I. Isabella, m. Rev. Henry Yates Smithien, Rector of Stan-
ground-cum-Farcett, co. Huntingdon ; deceased.

II. Margaretta Cave, m. Rev. Jeremiah Peniberton, Rector
of Foxearth, Essex ; deceased.

Mr. Raymond d. 1826, and was s. by his son,

Samuel Milbank Raymond, Esq. of Belchamp Hall, J. P., b.
6 Feb. 1787; m. 7 March, 1808, Sarah, dju. of Rev. William
Cooke, Rector of Preston, Suffolk, and Vicar of Melton, Norfolk,
and had issue,

Samuel William, b. 6 Aug. 1812; d. 1852.
John Mayne St. Clere, late of Belchamp HaU.
Oliver, b. 28 Oct. 1816 ; d. 1857.
Edward Marriott, b. 12 Aug. 1819 ; d. 1872.
John Stevens, 6. 31 Jan. 1823; d. 1862.
Isabella, m. Rowland Dalton; deceased.
Emma Brereton, m. Frederick C. Perry, Esq.

He d. 18 Jan. 1863. His son,

Rev. John Mayn-e St. Clere Raymond, of Belchamp Hall,
Essex, sometime Vicar of Dinnington, Northumberland, B.A.
Univ. Coll. Durham, 1837, M.A. 1840, Lord of the Manor of
Belchamp Walter, and Patron of the living of Belchamp-cum-
Bulmer, late Rector of Belchamp Otten, b. 23 July, 1814; vt.
1857, Louisa Anne, dau. of Rev. Charles Fisher, Rector of
Ovington-cum-Tilbury, and d. Dec. 1893, leaving au only son,

Samuel John St. Cleee, now of Belchamp.

j4)-»is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th sa., a chevron between three
eagles displayed arg., armed gu., on a chief of the second three
martlets of the first, for Raymond ; 2nd and 3rd or, a chevron
between three crosses fleurie sa., for Sterne. Crest — A
dragons head or, langued gu., ducally gorged of the last.

Stat — Belchamp Hall, near Sudbury, Suffolk.



RAYMOND OF HEATHFIELD HOUSE.

RAT.MOND, Geneeal jTexkt Phipps, of Heath-
field House, Bitterne, Hants, J.P., late Col. 67th
(South Hampshire) Kegt., Col.-in-Chief of the 1st
(Royal Scots) Regt. b. 21 Dec. 1808, educated at
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, served in the
1st Royal Scots, the Seaforth Highlanders, and on
the Staff; m. 20 Sept. 1849, Julia, dau. of Gen.
Sir David Ximenes, K.C.B. of Bear Place, Berks,
and granddau. of Admiral Fitz Herbert Evans.

Lineagre. — This family is one of antiquity.

William Raymond, Esq., formerly in the Light Dragoons,
and Colonial Secretary at Monte Video (son of Ldward Ray-
mond, Esq., who inherited considerable landed estates in
Somerset), 7)1. 1799, Ann Maria, dau. of Rigby Brodbelt, Esq.
of Jamaica, and sister of Rigby Brodbelt Stallard Penoyre, Esq.
of The Moor and Hardwick Court, co. Hereford, and d. 1845,
having by her (who d. 1827) had issue,

F'dward Hankin, d.

William F'bancis Raymond Stallard Penoybb (Rev.), of
The .Moor and Hardwick Court, Herefordshire, J. P., M.A.
St. Peter's Coll. Camb., Rector and Patron of Stockton, co.
Woicester, Rural Dean, Vicar of Wilsford, Wilts, and a
Prebendary of Hereford, 6. 14 June, 1804; m. 1830, Mari-
anne Belcher, dau. of Admiral FitzHerbert Evans, and d.
March, 18»9, having by her (who d. 1877) had two daus.,
Ann Fanny Eliza, m. Is58, Kev. Slade Baker (now Penoyre),
M.jV. ; and d. June, 1892, and was i. in the estates by her
eldest son. Rev. Slade Raymond S. Penoyre; and Maiia
Penoyre Forssteen.

Henky Phipps, now of Heathfield House.

Ann Elizabeth, d.

Fanny Maria, m. Rev. Francis ffoUiott, M.A., late Rector of
\\ isliaw, CO. Warwick, brother to John ffollioit, Esq., late
M.P. for Sligo, J. P., of The Lickhill, co. WorceBter, and
Holybrook, co. Sligo, and had issue, John, U. ; Phiilip
Homan, Col. in the Army ; and Adeline.



1690



KEA



THE LANDED GENTRY



EEA



The estates of The Jloor and Hanlwick Court have bpcn in
possession of the Pinoyre family since the roign of Hesrt
VIII.

-■iDjis— Quarterly : 1st anil 4th sa., a chevron between three
eaalcs displaycil :uir., on a chief uf the last three martlets of
tlietirst; 2ui.l aiul 3r(i, three pheons. CYtst— A dragon's head
iiased or, lanRUel k"., dueally gorged of the last. Molto—
-tiiuam servare iiKnteiii.

^tctf — lieathlieKt House, liitterne, near Southampton.



CEEWE-READ, late OF LLANDINAM.

Ckkwe-Eeap, Offley John, Esq. late of Plas
T>i!iam, Llaiidinam, co. Montgomery, J.P., Lieut. -
Col. -ith B;itt. South Wales Borde'rers, b. 3 Dec.
ISIS; m. 2 March, 187.'), Elizabeth Stuarta, 2nd
t'lan. of Hon. Edward Morris Erskine, C.B., and
g:-auddau. of David Montagu, 2nd Lord Erskine
aiul has issue,

I. TiAXDrLPH Offlet, b. 12 .\pril, 1S76.

II. Edward Charles, 6. 15 June, 1S77.
iir. A son, 6. 17 Dec. 1878.

liineagre. — '• The township of Crewe, in the parish of
liarthomley, Chester " (we quote Lysoss), " was from a
vt-ry early period the seat and inheritance of the family of
Crue, or Crewe'" (.to BfEKls's Peerage).

.Tou.N Gfflet, Esq., h. ICSl (the descendant of a family
wliieh had been settled at Madely Manor, co. Stafford, so far
hack as the beginning of the 13th century), inherited the
.Manor of Crewe in right of his mother, Anne, elder dau. and
eventually sole heir of John Crewe, Esq., and assumed in con-
sequence the surname and arms of Crewe. By Sarah Price
his wife, he left (with other issue) Joun (father of the 1st
1.0 rd Crewe), and

liEv. EANDfLPH CitEWE, LL.D., Rector of Barthomley and
Waimingham, h. 6 Feb. 1717; '/;i. Anx, dau. of John Head,
Es(i. of Llandinam Hall, and by her (who d. 29 Dec. 171)3) had
issue,

< iFFLET, his heir.

Itandolph (liev.), LL.B., Rector of Hawardcn, m. Frances,
• lau. of Sir John Glynne, 6th Bart., and by her (who d.
25 Nov. It3l4) had issue,
Anne. Mary (Mrs. Chorley).

Ciiarles, Rector of Lawton, d. s. p. 1795.
j>T. Crewe d. 29 May, 1777, and was s. by his eldest son,

liEv. Offlet Crewe, M.A., Rector of Barthomley and War-
u;ingham, and of Astbury and Muccleston, ^n. \'i Aug. 1779,
Harriet, dau. of Thomas. \ssheton Smith, Esq. of Vaynol, M.P.,
Lord-Lieutenant co. Carnarvon, and dying 19 Feb. 183t), left
(with three daus., Emma, d. xmm. ; Frances, ra. Rev. Robert
Wedgwood; and Harriet, m. 1805, Sir Thomas Tancred, 6th
liart. of Boroughbridge) one son,

John Offlet Crewe-Read, Esq. of Llandinam and Wern,
J.R. and D.L., High Sheriff co. Flint 1839. and of co. Mont-
t;omery IS47, b. 1792; m. 11 Aug. 1818, Charlotte Prestwood,
eldest dau. of Admiral Sir Willoughby Lake, K.C.li., and by
her (who d. 27 Oct. 186.5) had issue,

Bagot Offlet, his heir.

Offlet Malcolm, successor to liis brother.

John Charles Edward, late Lieut. -Col. 62nd Light Infantry,
6. 26 July, 1S23 ; in. Miss Henrietta Clarke, aud has
issue.

Arthur Willoughby, Capt. 51st Light Infantry, afterwards
Bengal Staff Corps, b. 18 June, 1833 ; m. 16 Nov. 18C7,
Helen, dau. of Capt. William Broughton, R.N., and d.
G May, 1874, leaving issue.

Charlotte, ra. 29 Dec. 1840, Charles Balfour, Esq., R.A., and
d. March, 1846, leaving issue.

Mr. Crewe assumed, by royal licence, on the death of his
lather, 15 March, 1836, the additional surname and arms of
Read, in compliance with the testamentary injunction of iBagot
Read, Esq. of the city of Chester. He d. 30 Nov. 1858, and
was s. by his eldest son,

Bagot Offlet Cbewe-Eead, Esq. of Llandinam Hall, co.
^Montgomery, and Wern, co. Flint, 6. 27 Sept. 1820. He d. s. p.
20 Dec. 1862, and was s. by his brotlier,

Offlet Malcolm Ceewe-Read, Esq. of Plas Dinam,
Llandinam, co. Montgomery, Capt. R.N., J.P. and D.L., Hij^h
Sheriff 1870, b. 13 Sept. 1821; m. 15 Feb. 1848, Charlotte Lucy,
dau. of Thomas JIarmaduke George, Esq., and by her (who d.
y Dec. 1836; had one son,

Offlet John, of Llandinam.

^r/i^s— Quarterly ; 1st and 4th az., a grifQn segreant or, for



Read; 2nd and 3rd az., a lion rampant arg., for CREirE.
Crests — 1st, Read, An eagle displayed sa. ; 2nd, Crewe, Out
of a ducal coronet or, a lion's gamb arg., charged with a
crescent gu.

Scat — Plas Dinam, Llandinam, co. Montgomery.

Club — Brooks.



READ OF HONINGHAM THORPE.

Ee.^d, Clare Sewell, Esq. of Iloningliara
Tliorpe, CO. Xorfolk, J.P., M.P. for E. and S. Nor-
folk 1805-80, and West Xorlolk 1883-1885, b. 6
Nov. 1826, m. Sept. 1859, Sarah Maria, only dau. of
James Watson, Esq. (Sheriff of Norwieli 18 lU),
and has issue,

I. JIary Elizabeth, m. Robert Anderson, Esq. of the Barton,

Cirencester.
n. Katheiine Frances, m. Henry Valentine Baker, Esq.
ni. Clare Sybil. iv. Margaret Sewell.

Mr. Read, who -was Parliarnentary Secretary of the
Local Government Board, 1875 to 1876, in Disraeli's
Administration, is the son of the late Greorge Read,
Esq. by Sarali Anne his wife, dau. of Clare Sewell,
Esq. of Barton Bendish Hall, co. Norfolk, and
grandson of Trevett Read, Esq. and Mary Calver
his wife.

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