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— Honinghain Thorpe, near Norwich.
Clubs — Carlton and Farmers.



READE OF CROWE HAIiL.

Reade, James Colquiioun Retell, Esq. of Crowe
Ilall, CO. Suffolk, B.A., Barristcr-at-Law of the
Middle Temple, J.P. for cos. Suliolk and Glamor-
gan, Lieut.-Col. Commanding 3rd Batt. Welsh Rcgt.,
late Capt. Suti'olk Yeomanry, and formerly Lieut.
14th Hussars, b. 13 May, 1840; s. his father 28 Sept.
1880 ; m. 4 Feb. 1891, Florence Sophia, eldest dau.
of M. Hardy Voss, Esq. of Be Montford House,
Surrey, and has issue,

Margaret Colquhoun, b. 4 Dec. 1891.

Lineag'e.—JoHN Page Reade, Esq. of Crowe Hall,
Suffolk (2nd son of George Reade, Esq. of Crowe Hall, by
Eliza his wife, dau. of George Routledge, Esq. of 'VVindlestone,
CO. Durham), J P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1865,B.A.Exeter Coll.
O.xford, 1828, 6.1806; m. 1st, 9 April, 1829, Helen, dau. of Sir
James Colquhoun, 3rd Bart, of Colquhoun and Luss, by wlionk
(who d. 17 Oct. 1S5'2) he had issue,

I. James Colquiiou.v Revell, now of Crowe Hall.

He m. 2ndly, 20 Sept. 1854, Lady Mary Stuart Knox, dau. of
Thomas, 2nd Earl of Ranfurly, and had further issue,

II. Hubert Granville Revell. Balliol Coll. Oxford, h. 1857.

III. Raymond Northland Revell, Capt. Shropshire Light
Infantry, D.A.A.G. Egypt, b. 16 Feb. 1861.

I. Evelyn Helen Revell.
Mr. Reade d. 28 Sept. 1880.

Arms — Gu., a saltire between four garbs or. Crest — A
Cornish chough. Muito — Cedant arma toga;.
Seal — Crowe Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk.
Toicii Residence — 27, Beaufort Gardens, S.
Clubs — Brooks and New University.



READE OF IPSDEN.

Reade, Heebekt Vincent, Esq. of Ipsden
House, CO. Oxford, b. 30 April, 1870 ; s. his father
18 Feb. 1884.

Liineagre. — The founder of the co. Oxford family appears
to have been Edward Rkad, or Rede, Esq. of Beedon, Berks,
mentioned in Fuller's Worthies as High Sheriff for that co. ia
the 17th, and again in the 29th Henrt VI. His son,

William Read, of Barton, Berks, had that estate granted to
him by Henrt VIII. He m. Dorothy, dau. of John Beaumont,
of Orton-on-the-Hill, alius Overton, co. Leicester, by whom he
had a son,

TuoMAs Read, of Barton, buried at Beedon. He m. Anne,
dau. of Thomas Hoo, Esq. of IIoo, Herts, by whom he had
(besides daus.) a son,

TuoMAs Read, High Sheriff Berks 24 Quceu Elizabeth,



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REA



1601



m. Mary, dau. of George Stoneliouse, Esq. of West Peckham,
Kent, Clerk of the Green Cloth, and had, with other issue, a
son,

Sib Thomas Head, Knt. of Beedon, Barton, Ipsden, and
Bunstew, co. Oxford, High Sheriff co. Berks 41 Queen Eliza-
beth, m. Mary, dau. and co-heir of Sir John Brocket, Knt. of
Brocket Hall, co. Hertford, by whom he had issue,

I. Thomas, of Ipsden, m. Mary, dau. of Sir Thomas Corne-
wal], Barou of Burford, and d. v. p. 1837, leaving (with
other issue) three sons,

1 CoMPTON (Sir), Bart, of Shipton Court, Beedon, and
Barton, created a Bart. 1660, ancestor of Eeade, Bart, of
Sh ipton Court (the Patents of Baronetcy having the name
of Keade inserted 1641 and 1660 with a final c, tliat form
of speUing was thenceforward adopted by the family).

2 Edwakd, of whom hereafter.

3 Thomas, d. s. p.

II. John (Sm), Bart, of Brocket Hall, inherited that estate,
and was created a Bart. 1641, which title became extinct on
the death, 22 Feb. 1712, of Sir John, the 3rd Bart, {see
Burke's extinct Baronetage).

III. Kichard, ancestor of Keade of Wooclparks, co. Galway,
Ireland.

I. Wary, r,i. Sir Robert Dormer, Knt. of co. Buckingham.

II. Elizabeth. in. Frances.

Sir Thomas, who was Sheriff of Herts 1C18, d. 1800, and settled
his estate of Ipsden on his grandson,

Edward Eeade, Esq. of Ipsden, 2nd son of Thomas Head,
above-named. He ra. 1st, 1651, Jane, dau. of Thomas Acton,
Esq. of Bockelton, co. Worcester, by whom he had a son, Comp-
lon d. unm., and 2ndly, Ellen, widow of William Allen,
Esq. of Goring, co. Oxford, by whom he had issue, besides
daus., Philip Edward, who d. unni. before his father, and his
successor,

Thomas Reade, Esq. of Ipsden, m. 1703, Rebecca, dau. of
William Blackall, Esq. of Chackcnden, and had, with other
issue, a son,

John Reade, Esq. of Ipsden, m. 1st, Bridget, dau. of Thomas
Brighain, Esq. of Cane End, by whom he had a son John, who
d. s. 'p., and 2ndly, Martha, dau. of William Bartholomew, Esq.
of Ipsden, by whom he had (with other issue) a sen,

George Reade, Esq. of Ipsden, m. 1774, Ann, dau. of Rev.
W. Tiiomas, Vicar of Ipsden, by whom he had a son,

John Reade, Esq. of Ipsden, J. P. and D.L., b. 25 Xov.
1778 ; m. 9 Feb. 1796, Anna Maria, eldest dau. of Major John
Scott, M.P. for Stockbridge (who afterwards took the name of
Wari>g), and by her (who d. 24 Aug. 1863) had issue,

I. John Thurlow, Collector at Saharunpore, 6. 22 June, 1797;
d. unm. 26 Nov. 1827.

II. George Edward, H.E.I.C.C.S., Bombay, 6. 25 Aug. 1798;
(/. unm. 1816, at Calicut, Bombay.

in. Henry Jonathan, H.E.I.C.'s Cavalry, b. 25 Feb. 1801 ;
wlio fell at the head of his troop at Kolah, East Indies,
1S21.

IV. William Barrington, his heir.

V. Edward Anderdon. formerly of the Bengal C.S., C.B., J. P.
COS. Berks and Oxford, 6. 15 March, 1807; r.i. April, 1*<38,
Eliza, dau. of Richard Burnard, Esq. of Colyford and
Crewkerne, Somerset, and d. 12 Feb. 18^6, having had
issue,

1 Burnard, H.M. Indian Army, retired, d. unm. 25 March,
1878.

2 Lawrence.

3 Aithur, m. 24 April, 1878, Mary Wood, widow of Capt.
A. W. Garnett, K.E.,anddau. of E. S. Burnand, of Crew-
kerne, CO. Somerset.

1 Amy, m. May, 1868, Rev. C. Stanley Taylor, M.A., of
Flowton, CO. Suffolk ; d. s. p. 10 Oct. 1877.

2 Ellinor, m. July, 1873, F. E. Hodges, Esq. of WaUing-
ford, Berks.

3 Lucy, m. 19 March, 1884, Edward Rochfort Smith,
eldest son of Major Lionel Smith, late of H.M. 64th
Foot.

4 Margaret, m. 15 Feb. 1880, Kyrle Emlc, son of John
Symons, Esq. He d. 26 April, 1884, aged 35.

Ti. Compton, 6. 16 March, 1811 ; m. 15 March, 1833,
Jane, dau. of Ralph Walker, Esq. of Newcastle, and has
issue,

1 Compton, M.A.

2 George, H.M. Indian Army.

3 John, rf. unm. 1876.

1 Anna Maria, m. 1855, Hon. Robert Drummond, Bengal
C.S., and d. 1875, leaving issue.

2 CeciUa Jane. 3 Emilia Sophia.

VII. Charles, D.C.L., Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxon.,
Vinerian I'ellow, Barristcr-at-Law, the well-known writer
and novelist, b. 8 June, 1814; d. unm. 11 April, 1884.

I. Sophia Brooke, m. 1820, Rev. Thomas Woodroffe, Canon
of Winchester, and rf. 1856, leaving issue. He d. 14 May,
1878, aged 88.

II. Julia Susanna, m. 1822 , Capt. Allen Francis Gardiner,



P..N., 3rd son of Samuel Gardiner, Esq. of Coouibc Lodge,
Oxon., and d. 1834, leaving issue.
III. EUincr Hastings, rf. unm. 1 June, 1878.
Mr. Reade d. 24 Oct. 1849, and was s. by his son,

William Barrington Reade, Esq. of Ipsden House,
H.E.I.C.'s Cavalry, J.P. and D.L., 6. 30 Jan. 1803; m. 12
April, 1837, Elizabeth, only child of John Murray, Esq. oi
Ardbennie, co. Perth, Capt. R.N., and had issue*

I. William AVinwood, 6. 26 Dec. 1838; d. num. 24 ApriL
1875.

II. Henrv St. John (Rev.), his heir.

III. George, 6. 1841.

IV. Charles Edward, R.N., 6. 1842.

v. Malcolm, Bengal C.S., 6. 1856 ; d. unm. 6 Feb. 1875.
VI. Frederick, b. 1848.

I. Mary Louisa.

II. Emily Sophia, m. Rev. J. Russel (who is deceased).

III. F'rances.

Mr. Reade d. 11 Dec. 1881, and was s. by his son.

Rev. Henry St. John Reade, M.A., of Ipsden House,
b. 4 Jan. 1840; m. 18 Dec. 1868, Frances Ann, only dau. of
Rev. W. Vincent, Vicar of Chipperfield, Herts, and had
issue,

Herbert Vincent, now of Ipsden.

William Henry Vincent, b. 13 Jan. 1872.

Francis Vincent, b. 29 March, ls74.

Mary Vincent, b. 5 June, 1876.
Mr. Reade d. 18 Feb. 18S4. His widow m. 1890, Charles
Edwards Dyer, Esq.

Arms — Gu., a saltire, between four garbs, or. Crut — On a
stump of a tree vert, a falcon rising ppr., belled and jessed or.
Motto — Cedant arma togae.

Utat — Ipsden House, Wallingford, co. Oxford.



BEADE (now HIBBERT) OF WOOD
PARK.

Eeade, Eloeence Jane, of Wood Park, co.
Galwav, s. lier grandfather 1883 ; m. 4 Oct.
1887, Robert Eiennes Hibbert, Esq., late Queen'.*
Eays, only son of Col. F. D. Hibbert, of Eucknell
Manor, Bicester.

liineage.— Philip Reade, of Wood Town, co. Wcstmeatle
(eldest son of Rev. Philip Eeade), ra. 1695, Mary Palmer, olf
liallyboggin, co. Kildare, and with a dau., Anne, vi. John
Hopkins, Esq. of Dardistown, co. Meath) had two sons,
Philip, his heir, and Daniel, m. Jane Purdon, of co. West-
meath. The elder son and heir,

Eev. Philip Reade, D.D., of Wood Town, 6. 1699; m. 1st.
1748, Margaret, dau. of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh, Esq. of
Bracklyn Castle, co. Westmeath, and 2ndly, 1770, Elizabeth,
dau. of William Smyth, Esq. of Drumcree, M.P. co. West-
meath, and by the former only had issue,

John, Bariister-at-Law, m. 1787, Martha, only dau. of Francis
Hopkins, Esq. and sister of Sir Francis Hopkins, Bart.,
and by her bad an only child, F'rancis Catherine, of WooU
Town, CO. Meath, who d. unm. 1853.

William Francis.

The younger son,

William Francis Reade, of Wood Park, m. 1788, Jane-,.
Peacock, only dau. and heir of Edward Borr, Esq. of New
Park, CO. Meath, by Jane his wife, only child and heir of
William Peacock, Esq. of Tinne I'ark, King's co., and had
issue,

I. Philip, his heir.

II. Edward Borr, m. Jane, dau. of Robert Carew, Esq. of
Woodeiistown, co. Tipperary, and has issue,

1 William. 2 Robert Carow.

3 Philip. 4 Edward.

1 Frances. 2 Jane Peacock.

I. Jane Peacock, d. unm.

II. Mai ia Peacock, m. Eev. Eobert de la Pere Eobinson, of
Ballynavin C;cstle, co. Tipperary.

III. Jessie Louisa, d. untn.

Mr. Eeade d. 10 Sept. 1801, and was s. by his eldest son,

Philip Eeade, Esq. of Wood Park, J. P., M..\., Barrister-
at-Law, b. 1793; m. 28 April, 1829, Grace, youngest dau. of
John Eutherfoord, Esq. of St. Douloughs, co. Dublin, (the
eldest male representative of the Eutherfoords of Ashentilly,
CO. Perth), and had issue,
I. Philip William Villiers, b. Sept. 1839; m. 8 March,
1862, Caroline Charlotte, only dau. of Eobert Duprc Alex-
ander, Esq., and gianddau. of Sir Robert Alexander, 2n(l
Isart. of the city of Dublin, and d. 21 Aug. 1874, leaving
by her (who -hi. 2ndly, 18 July, 1878, Leicester Hibbert,
Esq. of Chalfont, co. Bucks) an only child,



1692



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Florence Jane, now of Wood Tark.

I. Snrah Rosanna.

II. Jane Peacock M.iria, m. Joseph C. Ru'herfoord. Esq. of
Lynburj-, co. Wostnieath, and <./. Jan. IS.'T, leaving issue.

Hr. Keade if. 1SS3, and was s. by liis gianddau., now of Wood
Park.

Ariii-< — Gu., a clicvron or, between two fleurs-do-lis in chief
of the second, and an eagle displayed in base arg. Crest— An
arm erect, issuing from clouds, the hand holding an open
bibie, all ppr. Mottoes— Amor sine timore ; Cedaut arma
togae.

isuif— Wood Park, Scarriff.



HEAVELY OF KINNERSLEY CASTLE.
Eeavelt, Thomas, Esq. of Kinnersloy Castle,
CO. Herel'ord, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1SG7, b.
31 July. ] 829 ; m. 5 Dec. ISoO, Johanna Margarctlia
Wilheinine, only child and heir of George Sticfvater,
Esq. of Uamburg, and has issue,

I. Thomas George Wood, D.C.L. of the University of Jena,
1^77, Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, b. 17 Oct.
18,iJ ; m. "21 Feb. 18S9, Veronica, only dau. of Kev. I.
Stammers, and had issue ^with a son and dau. who
both if. in infancy, March, 1892), a son, George Cuthbert,
I. May, 1S93.

I. Jlinna Frances Henrietta, vi. 1872, G. F. Bodley, Esq.
A.E.A., and has issue, a son, George Hamilton, b. Is73.

II. Mary Isabella Charlotte.

Liineag'e. — The Revelys, or Eeavclys, took their name
from Keavely (which place, family tradition says, formerly
belonged to that funiily), in the parish of Ingram, at the foot
of Cheviot, temp. Edward II. Isabella de Reaveley, a.d. 1400,
vas a tenant of the tythes of Kyloe, under the Convent of
Durham. William de Reavely, and his wife Joetta, were
(benefactors to the shrine of St. Cuthbert, a few years after.
There is mention of John Reavely, of Humbletun, in an in-
<juisition held a.d. 15C8; also in 1G63, of Edward and John
Eeavely. Members of this family held lands in the north of
Northumberland, Islandshire, Norhamshire, Berwick-upon-
Tweed, and elsewhere.

JouN Ccthbert Reavelt, of Humbleton, co. Northumber-
Sand, jii. 1712, Barbara Reed, of Yardhil!, co. Northumberland,
<f. 1729, and had four sons, Thomas and Edward, both if.
J. J5. ; Ccthbert, of whom presently: ani Charles, who in.
a dau. of — Charlton, of Reedsmouth, and had two duns.,
Ann, m. — Maitland, Esq., and Henrietta, if. unm. The third
£on,

CuTHBEBT Reavely, Esq., m. 1749, Barbara Maughan, and
had issue, John, b. 1751, if. unm. ; Cuthbebt ; and Ann, 6.
1750, if. unm. The younger son,

Ccthbert Reavelt, Esq. of Kenton, co. Northumberland,
<6. 1754; m. Henrietta Wedderburn, and if. 1S03, having had,
lesidcs other issue, who d. s. p., Henry, Thomas, Henrietta,
in. Edward Hall Campbell, Esq., Col. of the Tyne Hussars, and
Frances, m. Capt. fasker. The younger son,

Thomas Reavelt, Esq., 6. 1799; m. 16 Oct. 1828, Anne
AVilson, 2nd dau. of Douglas Sands, Esq. of Morpeth, North-
eimberland, and by her (who if. 1843) had issue,

Thomas, now of Kinnersley Castle.

Francis Fenwick (Rev.), Rector of West Lcxham, co. Nor-
folk, b. 25 March, lfc33; m. 1st, IC Jan. lsG3, Fanny Ahby,
3rd dau. of Kev. William Domvile, M.A., Rector of Win-
forton, CO. Hereford, a younger brother of Sir Compton
Domvile, 1st Bart, of Santry, which lady cf. 5 Nov. lasl.
He m. 2ndly, 11 Oct. 1883, Bertha, eldest dau. of Mons.
Gustave Napoleon Rensch, of Nancy, France.

Anne Frances, m. George Tyndall, Esq. of Tours, C.E.,
OtHcer of the Legion ot Honour, and has had issue, George
Reavely, cf. at San Paolo, Brazil; Minnie; Maria; !• ranees;
and .Annie.

Xouisa, m. 1st, 10 Jan. 1870, Charles Francis Salvin, Esq.,
2nd son of Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, co. Durham,
and has issue ; 2ndly, Capt. Charles Mottram, late Hth
Foot.
Mr. Reavely d. Oct. 1872.

Arms — Arg., a chevron engrailed between three estoilcs of
twelve points az. Crest — An estoile, as in the arms. Motto —
Optima revelatio Stella.

ibtaJ— Kinnersley Castle, Lctton, co. Hereford.



Slieriff 1SS2, J.r. co. Cambridge, late Lieut. Essex
Eille Militia, and formerly Cornet and Sub-Lieut.
2nd Life Guards, Mayor of Colchester 1884-85, b. 11
Sept. 184fi ; m. 25 June, 1873, Judith Blanche, dau.
of Rev. Philip Gurdon, Rector of Cranworth-cum-
Letton, Norfolk, and has issue,

Martin, b. 6 Feb. 1875.
Winifred.

Lineage. — John Redow, Esq. of Colchester, had a grant
of arms li;S5. He d. 13 April, 1699, leaving by Sarah Tayspill
his wife, a son and heir,

Sir Isaac Redow, Knt. of Colchester, Recorder and M.P. for
that borough, m. 1st, Mary Lemyng, granddau. of Sir William
Batten, Surveyor-General of the Navy, and 2ndly, Elizabeth,
dau of Sir William Wiseman, Bart., and widow of J. L. Hony-
wood, Esq. of Mark's Hall, Essex, and if. 19 Sept. 1726, having
had by the former lady one son,

Lemyng, who predeceased his father, leaving two sons,

1 Charles Chamberlain, m. Mary, sister of Willi im. Lord
Abergavenny, and left a dau. Mary, m. Ger Thomas
Adams, and had an only dau. Mary, who d. s. 2>. 1804.

2 Isaac Le.myng, of whom we treat.

Isaac Lemyng Rebow, Esq. of Colchester, M.P., m. Mary,
dau. of Capt. Matthew Martin, of Wyvenhoe and Alresford
Hall, Essex, M.P. for Colchester, and if. 3. March, 1734, leaving
a son aiul lieir,

Isaac Martin Rebow, Esq. of Wyvenhoe Park, Essex, Col.
of the East Essex Militia, Recorder and M.P. for Colchester,
who, under the will of his maternal grandfather, Capt. Martin,
assumed the additional surname of Martin, on the death of his
maternal uncle, Thomas Martin, 1776. He vi. his cousin,
Mary, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Martin, Esq. of Alresford
Hall, son and eventually heir (his eldest brother, Samuel,
having d. s. p. 17G5) of Capt. Matthew Martin, before men-
tioned, and by her (who if. 22 Dec. 1804) left at his decease, 3
Oct. 1781, three daus. and co heirs,

Mary Hester.

Sarah Emma, m. Henry Hichens, Esq. of Penzance, and
d.s.p. 24 May, 1798.

Frances Mary, if. s.p.

The eldest dau. and co-heir,

Mary Hester Rebow, vi. 1796, Gen. Francis Slater (son
of R. Slater, Esq. of Chesterfield, who assumed the surname
of Rebow). She left at her decease an only dau. and heir,
Mary Martin, of Wyvenhoe Park, m. 1st, Sir Thomas Ornisby,
Bart., and 2ndly, 183.i, John Gurdon, Esq. 2nd son of Theo-
philus Thonihaugh Gurdon, Esq. of Letton, Norfolk (High
Sheriff 1824), by Anne, his wife, dau. of William Mellish, Esq.,
M.P., of Blyth Hall, Notts. On his marriage, 1835, Mr. Gurdon
assumed the additional surname of Rebow. He vi. 2ndly,
3 Dec. 1845, Lady Georgiana Isabella Toler, 4th dau. of Hector
John Graham, 2nd Earl of Norbury, and by her had issue,

I. Hector John, now of Wyvenhoe.

I. Georgina Elizabeth Anne. ii. Mary Louisa.

Mr. Gurdon-Rebow was M.P. for Colchester, d. 12 Oct. 1870,
and was s. by his son, the present Hector John Gurdon-
Rebow, Esq.

Arms— 1st and 4th, Rebow, gu., two long-bows bent and
interlaced in sallire or, stringed arg., between four bezants,
each charged with a fleur-de-lis az. ; 2nd and 3rd, Gurdon, sa.,
three leopards' faces jessant-de-lis or. Crests — 1st, A demi-eagle
displayed, issuing out of a mural coronet or, on the breast a
bezant charged with a fleur-de-lis az., in the beak an arrow of
the second, headed and feathered arg.; 2nd, A goat climbing
up a rock, all ppr.

Seat — Wyvenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex.

tf«i(— Brooks'.



BEBOW OF WYVENHOE PARK.

Guedon-Rebow, Hectok John, Esq. of Wyven-
lioe Park, Essex, J.L'. and D.L. for Essex, High



BECKITT OF SWANLAND MANOH.

Reckitt, James, Esq. of Swanland Manor, co.
York, J.P. for tlie East Riding, b. 14 Nov. 1833 ;
«i. 12 Oct. 1865, Kat]ileen,dau. of Robert Saunders,
Esq. of Lining and Harrogate, co. York, and has
issue,

:. Harold James, b. 5 May. 1868.
II. Philip Bealby, 6. 1 Jan. 1873.
I. Mary Kathleen, b. 25 July, 1870.
n. Elizabeth Lucy, b. 20 Jan. 1878,

Xiineage. — Thomas Reckitt, Esq. (son of William Reckitt,
an eminent missionary, and great traveller in America and
the continent of Europe, in the middle of the last century), ni.



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1693



1770, Elizabeth Massey, and d. 1820, leaving liy her (who
d. 1810) a son,

Isaac Reckitt, Esq. of Hull, who ra. 1817, and liy his wife,
Anne {d. 26 March, 1874), had issue,

I. Charles, d. 1842.

II. Frederic, m. Eliza Prj'or, deceased.

III. George, r/i. Elizabeth S. Jaciison, and has issue, two sons
and one dau.

IV. Francis, m. 1st, Marianne Bennington, by whom he had
four sons and one dau. ; 2ndly, Caroline Harris, by whom
he had two sons ; 3rdly, Louisa Wliitlock, and by her had
two daus.

V. James, now of Swanland Manor.

I. Elizabeth, m. Henry Wallis. Esq., and has issue.
Mr. Isaac Reckitt d. 8 March, 1862.
iSeai — Swanland Manor, Brough, co. York.



REDINGTON OF KILCORNAN.

RejDington, The Right Hon. Cheistopher
Talbot, of Kilcornan, co. Galway, P.O., B.A. Cli.
Cb. OxTord, J.P. and D.L.,Higli Sheriff 1873, a Sena-
tor of the Eoyal University of Ireland, and a Com-
missioner of National Education, b. 30 Sept. 1847.

Liiueag'e. — Thomas Redington, of Creganna, co. Galway,
h. 1697 ; )Ji. 1729, Margaret, dau. of Capt. Lynch, of Lydiean,
CO. Galway, an ofiBcer in the army of James II. at Limerick,
and d. 1780, leaving issue,

XiCHOLAs, his heir.
Gregory, who went to America.

Michael, m. 1763, Margaret French, of Cork, and by her left
a son, TuoMAS, successor to his uncle, and three daus.,
Bridget, m. George Taaffe, Esq. of Grange, co. Roscommon ;
Mary, m. — Lawless, Esq. ; and Sarah, i)!. — Tully, Esq.
Thomas, h. 1742; m. 1763, Sarah, dau. of Christopher Burke,
Esq. of Kilcoman (a younger branch of the House of Clan-
licarde), by whom, who d. 1814, he had issue,
Thomas, h. 1769; d. unm. 1803.
Nicholas, b. 1779; d. unm. 1798.

Christopher, Capt. in the army, 6. 1780 ; ra. 1812, Frances,
only child of Henry Dowell, Esq. of Cadiz, descended
from a younger branch of the Dowells of Mantua, co.
Roscommon, and d. 1825, leaving by her, who d. 1872
(with a dau. Anne, who d. unm. 1829), an onlytson and
successor. Sir Thomas Nicholas KEDrxoTON, K.C.B., of
Kilcoman.
Margaret, m. Thomas, 1st Lord £french.
Honoiia, m. 1791, Malachy Daly, Esq. of Rafoid, co. Gal-
way.

Mary Eliza, d. 1836.
Mary, m. Thomas Butledge, F.sq., and cZ. 1763, leaving three
daus. ; the eldest, Fanny, m. Isidore Blake, of Towerhill,
CO. Mayo ; the 2nd, Elizabeth, m. Thomas Ormsby, Esq. of
Ballinamona, and the youngest, vi. William Bermingham,
Esq. of Ross Hill, and was mother of Mary, wile of
Nathaniel, 2nd Earl of Leitrim, and Anne, wife of Francis
William, 2nd Earl of Charlemont.
Eliza, m. — Archdeacon, Esq., and left one son, Nicholas,
Bishop of Kilmacduagh, and one dau. Mary, m. Walter
Blake, Esq. of Ballyglunin, grandfather of Robert Blake,
Esq., now of Ballyglunin.

Mr. Redington d. 1780, and was s. by his eldest son,

Nicholas Redingtok, Esq. of Mere Hill, co. Galway, Col. of
Volunteers, m. 1st, 1753, Mary, dau. of — Hamiltcn, Esq. of
Fairfield, and 2ndly, Marcella, dau. of Christopher Burke, Esq.
of Kilcornan, who survived him, and d. 1820. He d. s. p. 180G,
and was s. by his nephew,

Thomas Redi.vgton, Esq. of Rye Hill, co. Galway, 6. 1767;
VI. 1802, Eleanor, dau. of John Dolphin, Esq. of Turoe, and
had issue, Eleanor, m. Stephen Roche, Esq. of Rye Hill ;
Margaret ; Mary, d. 1830; Sarah, m. M. Balfe, Esq. of South
Park, CO. Roscommon, and d. s. 'p- 1833 ; Jane ; Elizabeth,
in. 1st, — Moynaghan, Esq., and 2ndly, 1842, Robert BodUin,
Esq. of Annagh. On this gentleman's decease without male
issue, 1828, the male representation devolved on his kinsman,

SiK Thomas Nicholas Redington, K.C.B., of Kilcornan, 6. 2
Oct. 1815 ; m. 1842, Anna Eliza Mary, eldest dau. of John
Hyacinth Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot and Talbot Hall, co.
■Wexford, and by her (who d. 9 Feb. 1889) had issue,

Cheistopher Talbot, now of Kilcornan.

Thomas, h. 13 April, 1857: d. 1869.

Anne Eliza.

Frances, m. 1865, J. Wilson Lynch, Esq. of Duras, co. Gal-
way, and Belvoir, co. Clare, and has issue, Mark, b. 1866;
Thomas David, b. 1870; William, b. Is71 ; Ellen; and
Frances.

Mary Theresa. Matilda.

Sir Thomas Redington, M.P. for Dundalk from 1837 to 1846,
was appointed Under-Secretary for Ireland in the latter year.



and Secretary to the Board of Control Dec. 1852. This offlca
he resigned in 1856. He received the Order of the Batb
(K.C.B.) 1849, immediately after the Queen's Visit to Ireland ;
he $. his father 26 May, 1825, and his grandfather, 28 Feb.
1827. Sir Thomas d. 11 Oct. 1862.

Arnn—Ver chevron gu. and az., in chief two demi-lions
rampant arg., in base a mullet or. Crest~A lion rampant gu.
Motto — Pro Rege saepe, pro Patria semper.

iSea^s— Kilcornan, Oranmore, co. Galway, and Talbot Hall,
New Ross, CO. Wexford.



HEED OF THE CRAGG.

Eeed, Chaeles John, Esq., C.B., of The Cragg,
Reedsdale, co. Northumberland, J.P. for that co.
and for co. Durham, High Sheriff for the latter
1894, Hon. Col., late Lieut. -Col. Commanding the
Northumberland Artillery, W. Div. R.A., b. 6 Sept.
1820 ; m. 29 April, 1845, Margaret, eldest dau. of
George Heppel Ramsay, Esq. of Derwentville, co.
Durham, J. P., and has had issue,

I. Charles Archibald Percxval, of Aydon House, Cor-

bridge-on-Tyne, late Lieut. Northumberland Hussars, 6.
19 Aug. 1851 ; ra. 23 Nov. 1882, Isabella Mary, 2nd dau.
of John Straker, Esq., D.L., J.P., of Stagshaw House,
Northimiberland, and has issue, Pebcival, b. lb Aug.
18S4; Sybil.

II. Barras Ramsay, b. 7 Oct. 1858; m. Hilda, dau. oS
J. Bramwell, M.D., and has issue, John, b. 29 June,
1890; and Margaret Fairley.

III. Alfred Stephen, b. 8 Aug. 1860.

I. Mary Isabella, m. 13 Dec. 1893, W. 0. Harris, Esq. oi
Wooton Hall, Northamptonshire, and the Hatch, Redhill,
Surrey.

n. Constance Diana, d. 21 Sept. 1863.

HI. Caroline Agnes.

IV. Florence, b. and d. 5 Oct. 1855.
v. Alice Helena.

VI. Mabel, rn. 8 April, 1885, Alfred James Foster, Esq. oi
Hindley Hall, Northumberland.

VII. Victoria Margaret.

liineag'e. — The Reeds of The Cragg are descended from
the elder branch of the Reeds of Troughend, who state they
hold grants from the Crown prior to the Conquest. The Cragg
(a portion of considerable estates which this family formerly
possessed in Redesdale) has descended from father to son from
a vei7 remote period. Sir Walter Scott, in a note to his poem
of RuLxbi/, alludes to the great antiquity of th



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