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II. Henry, Capt 72nd Highlanders, b. 26 Nov. 1821 ; d. 1859.

III. John Morland (liev.), B.D., Rector of Bramber. co.
Sussex, Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxford, b. 31 Jan. 1823;
TO. 1864, Caroline Penelope, dau. of Edward York, Esq.
of Wighill Park, co. York.

IV. George William, Comm. E.N., b. 10 Aug. 1827 ; d.
March, 1853.

V. Charles Augustus, Major E.E., b. 20 Dec. 1828; m. 15
Dec. 1875, his cousin, Adela Mary, 3rd surviung dau. of
F^dward Knight, Esq. of Chawton House {see that famUy),
and lias issue,

Helen Elizabeth.
Mary Ade'a Jlorland.
Ernestine Cecil.

VI. Cecil, Col. (retired), late 72nd Highlanders, 5. 28 Feb.
1838; TO. 1st, 5 Dec. 1866, Frances Anne (who d. 1884),
only dau. Mark Napier, Esq., and has issue ; 2ndly, 22
Sept. 1886, Lady Matilda Horatia Seymour (see Hertford,

VII. Walter Brook, Major-Gen. R.A., 6. 20 March, 1837; d.

VIII. Arthur, Lieut. 72nd Highlanders, b. 12 April, 1838 ; d.

IX. Ernest, Capt. R.N., b. 24 Feb. 1840; m. Laura, dau. of
Edward York, Esq. of Wighill Park, co. York, and has

X. Lionel, b. 17 April, 1844; m. 1878, Eleanor, dau. of Hay
Murray, E.sq.

I. Fanny Margaretta, m. Oct. 1849, George William, 9th
Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham.

II. Elizabeth Louisa.

III. Marianne Sophia, m. 1 Feb. 1855, Rev. Sir Emilius
Bay ley, 3rd Bart.

IV. Caroline Cassandra.

V. Florence Mary, in. Dec. 1861, John Osmaston, of Os-
niaston, co. Derby, and has issue (see Osmaston of Osmas-

Mr. Royd Eice d. 27 Nov. 1878, and was s. by his eldest son,
Admiral Rice, C.B. now of Dane Court.

Arms — .'Vrg., a chevron ermines cotised sa., between three
ravens of the last. Crest — A lion rampant ppr. holding in his
paw a bar-shot sa. Jl/otto— Cadarn-yw-fy-ffydd-y-portha-duw-

heat — Dane Court, Dover, co. Kent.


Eice, Eiciiaed Justice, Esq. of Bushmount, co.
Kerry, J.P., Lieut.-Col. 4th Batt. Eoyal Munster





Fusiliers, and Reserve of officers, l. 28 !N'ov. 1852 ;
raatriculated London Univ. (1st Div.) 1870 ;
selected Unionist Candidate (N. Kerry), 1892.

Jiineag'e. — This family, and that of EiCE, Lobd Mont-
EAGtE, descend from a common ancestor,

Edwakd liiCE, Esq. of Dingle I'Couch, co. Kerry, temp.
Hesrt VIII. He i». Anne, dau. of John Wall, Esq., co.
SJmerick, and was father of

KoBEKT EicE, Esq. of Dingle, ni. Juliana, dau. of Sir James
Wliyte, Knt. of Cashel, co. Tipperary, and was father of

Stephen Eice, Esq. of Dingle, M.P. co. Kerry 1613, ■nho
made a deed of settlement of his estates 31 March, 1619, and
<i. 31 March, 1623. He m. Helen, dau. of Thomas Trant, Esq.
of Cahir Trant, co. Ken-y, and had two sons, i. James, M.P. for
Dingle 1635, from whom descended Eight Hon. Thomas
Spring Uice, M.P. of Mount Trenchard, co. Limeiick, created
Lord Monteagle 5 Sept. lS'i9 (see Bubke's Peerage)-, and ii.
Dominick, M.P. for Dingle 1635, m. Alice, dau. of James
llufsey, Baron of Galtrini, from which marriage descended
Sir .Stephen Eice, Kut., of Mount Eice, Lord Chief Baron of
eiie Court of the Exchequer in Ireland 1686, and

Dominick Eice, Esq. of Dingle. He m. his cousin-german,
31ary Eice, and had issue, i. Dominick, his heir; ii. John of
Dingle (who d. s. p., leaving his property by will dated 9 Apiil,
3753, to Thomas Kice-George, appointing him sole executor) ;
.«. Joan, m. her cousin, Eice, of Dingle, and had a son,
iJominiek Eice, Barrister-at-Law; ii. Mary, mi. John Lawlor,
of Lackamore ; iii. Barbara, m. and had issue. The eldest

Dominick Eice, Esq. of Taulaght and Eacanny, near
Dingle, co. Kerry, b. circa 1720: will dated 1755. He ra.
Mary, dau. and co-heir of John Collis, Esq. of Taulaght, near
Tralee, and had a dau. Elizabeth, m. Francis Eagar, Esq. of
Cuel, same co., and a son and successor,

John Eice, Esq. of Balljinacawhim Castle, near Causeway,
<;0. Kerry, b. 1754; m. 1784, Elizabeth, widow of John Payne,
JEsq. of Tralee, and eldest dau. of Monckton Carey, Esq. of
Dromartin, same co., and granddau. of Lieut. Tristram Carey
<by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Major Nicholas Monckton, of
Kilmore, co. Limerick). By this lady (6. 1745, d. May, 1826),
Mr. Eice left at his decease, 1788, an only child,

Dominick Eice, Esq. of Bushmount, co. Kerry, 6. 25 Sept.
1785; m. 1807, Frances, only surviving child of Justice
■OrifEn, Esq. of Lacca, same co., and 1st cousin of Eight Eev.
Henry Griffin, D.D., Bishop of Limerick and Ardfert 1853-66,
1 y whom, who d. 25 May, 1876, aged 92, he had suryiving

1. JcsTicE Dominick, his heir.

ir. John, of liallyloughrane, J. P., b. 1814; m. 1847, Susan,
dau. of John James, Esq. of Snugborough, co. Kerry, and
d. 28 Feb. 1878, leaving issue.

Jii. Dominick, 6. 1820; d. 1834.

av. Eichard, b. 1829; d. 1849.

I. Ellen, b. 1810 ; vi. 1835, Eobert McCarthy Hilliard, Esq.,
J. P., of Billerough House, Listowel (deceased), and d. 1893,
leaving issue.

II. Elizabeth, 6. 1815; m. 1833, Benjamin Jackson, Esq.
(deceased). Inspector E.l.C. co. Galway, and d. 1880, leaving

an. Sarah, b. 1818 ; m. 1st, 1849, 'Williara Pope, Esq. of Cause-
way, CO. Kerry, who d. 1864, and 2ndly, 1867, Joseph
Hamilton, Esq. of Tarbert, same co., J. P.

jv. Frances, b. 1822, a nun in the Convent of the Sisters of
Mercy, Killarney, d. 1854.

V. Mary, b. 1824; m. 1854, Edward Mulchinock, Esq. of
Clogher's House, co. Kerry, and Pembroke Eoad, Dublin,
J.P., whocZ. J 880, leaving issue.

VI. Anne, a nun in the Order of the Sisters of Mercy,
KiDamey, b. 1827; d. 1849.

Mr. Eice d. 8 Feb. 1864, and was s. by his eldest son.

Justice Dominick Eice, Esq. of Bushmount, J.P., 6. 1813;
m. 1850, Bidelia Mary, only surviving child of John Geoghe-
£an, Esq. of Cork, and had issue,

I. Dominick, b. 4 Oct. 1851; d. 11 Jan. 1865.

II. Eichard Justice, now of Bushmount.

III. William Francis, 6. 10 Sept. 1854; d. 21 Dec. 1868.

IV. Justice Griffin, 6. 15 Dec. 1860 : to. in Virginia, U.S.A.,

I. Delia Katherine, m. 1889, Gerard J. Pierse, M.D., of
Causeway, and had a son, who d. 189 1.

II. Frances Anne, m. 1892, Charles Irwin Taylor, Esq. of

III. Ellen Mary.

Mr. J. D. Eice d. 4 Dec. 1888.

.i4 r)n«— Quarterly : 1st and 4th per pale indented arg. and
gu. ; 2nd and 3rd az., a lion rampant or, armed and langued gu.
Crest — A leopard's face gu., ducally crowned or. Motto — Fides
non timet.

Seat — Bushmount, Lixnaw, co. Kerry.


EiCHAEDEs, Elizabeth Jane, of Eryneitliin,
CO. Cardigan, dau. of the late James Davies, Esq.
J.P. and D.L., of Ffosrbydgaled, co. Cardigan, m.
1871, the late Hugh Stephens Eichaedes, Esq,
of Brjneithin, co. Cardigan, and of Litton Manor,
CO. Eadnor, J.P. and D.L. co. Cardigan, who was b.
1835, and d. s. p. 9 June, 1891, and was s. hj liis

liineag'e. — This family ia of considerable antiquity in
Cardiganshire. It derives its origin from the Euyddeech, who
were Princes of North Wales. In later times,

Eichard Eiivdderch, was the father of

Eoderick EicHARDEs, of Aberystwith, High Sheriff of co.
Cardigan 1698 (vide Mcyrick's History of Cardiganshire).
His son,

Eoderick Eichardes, Esq. of Penglais, High Sheriff, 1770;
m. Mii=s Wilmot, and left a son,

William Eichaedes, Esq. of Penglais, b. 1762; m. Anna
Arabella, dau. of Thomas Eivett, of Derby, and had issue,

I. Eoderick Eardley, of Penglais, High Sheriff 1813, m. Anne
Corbetta, dau. of William K. Powell, Esq. of Nant-Eos (see
thatjamibj), and had with other issue,

Alexander, of Penglais, m., and had issue.

II. Charles, of Aberllolwyn, Col. H.E.I.C.S., d.s.p. 1855.

III. William Eardley, of whom presently.

I. Anna Maria, w.. 3 June, 1815, her cousin. Sir James
Eivett-Camac, Bart., M.P. for Lymington, ChairmMi
H. E.l.C, Governor of Bombay (see Bubke's Baronetage).

II. i'rances, of Milford, Hants, d. s.p. 1846.
Mr. Eichardes d. 1798. His third son,

William Eardley Eicuardes, Esq. of Biyneithin, J. P.,
Lieut. E.A., served in Army of Occupation after Waterloo, m.
1825, Marianne, dau. of Hugh Stephens, Esq. of Cascob, co.
Eadnor (High Sheriff of Eadnor), and by her had issue,

I. Charles, J. H., H.E.I.C.S., served with distinction in Indian
Mutiny; d. s. p. 1867.

II. William. J. S., Capt. 21st Hussars, d. s.p. 1865.
lit. Hugh Stephens, late of Bryneithin.

IV. Frank, Ensign in Indian Army, d. s. p. 1855.

I. Frances Anne, m. l!r52, Eev. C. Marriott-Leir, of Charlton
Musgrove, Somerset, and has issue.

Mr. Eichardes d. 1874.

Residences— Bryneithin, Llanfarian, E.S.O. Aberystwith; and
Litton Manor, co. Eadnor.


Eichaeds, Solomon, Esq. of Solsborough, co.
Wexford, J. P., entered the Bengal annj as Ensign
8 March, 1836, and attained the rank of Gen. 22
Jan. 1889, served in tlie Sutlcj Campaign of 1845-46
and was j^rcsent at the battle of Sobraon (medal),
served with the Bhootan expedition 1865-66 (medal),
b. 26 Maj, 1817. Gen. Richards is senior co-heir
of Lady Elizabeth Bermingiiam, the eldest dau. and
senior co-heir of Thomas, 22nd Lord Atheurj and
Earl of Louth, who d. 1799.

liineag'e. — The ancestors of this family were located in
the cos. of Kent and Southampton temp. Henry VII. Ono
blanch was settled in Yaverland in tl:e latter co., which was
purchased tevip. Edward VI. by Germaine Eichards, Vice-
Admiral of the Isle of Wight.

Solomon Eichards, of Maxton, co. Kent, son of John ap
Eichard or Eichards, and grandson of Eichard ap John, had
two sons, Hugh, who in 1553 held Maxton, alias " Solomon
Eichard's Close," under the Archdeacon of Dover, and

John Eichards, described as " springing from Wales of a
very ancient stock," who purchased Eowley teiip. Queen
Elizabeth, m. Alice, dau. of Valentine Austin, and d. 1609,
leaving by her (who d. 1600) several children. He and his
wife were both bur. at Goodnestone, co. Kent, in the parish
church of which there is a monument to them with their ar-
morial bearings.

John Richards, who resided at Subinton, co. Southampton,
temp. James I., m. Constance, dau. of Ealph Ffawkner, of
the CO. of Wilts, gent., by Margaret his wife, dau. of William
Disney, and granddau. of John Disney and Margaret his wife,
dau. of John Fox, of co. Lincoln, the brother and heir of Eichard
Fox, D.D., Bishop of Exeter 1487, and of Winchester 1501 ; d.
1528. By this lady he had issue, John, Thomas, Solomon,
of whom hereafter, and Henry. The 3rd son,

Solomon Eichards, Esq., m. Anne, dau. of John Curie, of





Brixton, in the Isle of Wight, pent., and had issue, i. Solo-
won, his successor ; ii. John; i. Eleanor; ii. Anne ; iii. Eli-
zabeth, m. Samuel Foley, Esq. of Clonmcl, co. Tipperary, d.
lo^.'). The eldest son,

Solomon Kichards, Esq. of Solshorough, co. 'Wexford, pre-
viously of Westminster, Col. 17th Kegt., was a Commissioner
in Ireland and Governor of the town of Wexford during the
usurpation of Oliver Cromwell. He had a grant of Sols-
Vorougli and other lands in co. Wexford amounting to over
3,000 acres, which was contirmed under the Act of Settlement,
by patent dated IS Vec. anno IS and 19 Charles II. On the
accession of William III. and Mart II. he raised the I7th
Kegt., of which he was appointed the first colonel. He m. 1st,
Khoda, dau. of Samuel Wilson, of London, gent., by whom he
had a dau. Rhoda, who ;)i. (Lie. 19 Feb. 1674), William Mercer.
He m. 2ndly, Abig-ail, dau. of Henry Goddard, of Deptford
and Chatham, CO. Kent, and had, with other issue, who d.

I. Solomon, living Ie,^4, <?. v. p.

II. John, eldest son at his father's death; was disinherited,
and d. s.p. beyond the seas.

III. Goddard, who carried on the line.

IV. Michael, Capt. in his father's regiment, and a Brigadier-
Gen, in the army. His father having disinherited his elder
sons, bequeathed the estates to him, and lie dying unm.
1721, left them to his elder surviving brother.

V. Nathaniel.

I. Kose, d. unm. u. Anne, d. unm.

III. .-Abigail, if. unm.

Col. Ilichards d. Oct. 1691, and was bur. at Westminster
Abbey the 6th of that month. His 3rd son,

Goddard Richards, Esq. of Solsborough, b. 1661 ; s. to the
•.Slates by the will of his brother, Brigadier-Gen. Michael
Kichards, 1721. He vi. by licence 29 March 1684, Dorothea,
dau. of John Jacob, Esq. of Sigginstown, co. Wexford, by
wnom he had issue.

I. John, his heir.
111. Goddard.

II. Jacob.
IV. Jonathan.

rir. Richards was s. by his eldest son,

•Iohn Richards, Esq. of Solsborough, High Sheriff 1728, m.
and had issue,

I. Solomon, his successor.

II. Goddard, ancestor ot Ricuards of Movkscrranr/e (trh ich see).
i;i. Edward, of Enniscorthy, m. Judith Bowers,' and had one

dau., Katherine, m. Arthur Thomas, Esq.
IV. John, of Askinvillar, b. 1718; d. unm. I7G3.
I. Elizabeth, m. William Stephens, of Ferns, co. Wexford,

and(/. Sept. 1781.

:ir. Richards if. 1749, and was s. by his eldest son,

.-olomon Richards, Esq. of Solsborough, High Sheriff co.
Vitxford 1753, m. Frances, dau. of Urban Vigors, Esq. of
Ba'.Iyconnick, co. Carlow, and had issue,

I. Solomon, his heir.

II. William, Capt. in the Solsborough and Farmley Yeomanry,
b. 1769; m. L<juisa,dau. of Col. George Ra*son, of Bel-
mont, CO. Wicklow, M.e., and d. 17 Nov. 1847, having had
by her (who d. 14 July, 1841) two sons,

1 William Vigors, b. 3 Sept. 1805 ; if. s. p. in South
America 1831.

2 George Rawson, of Farmley, co. Wexford, J. P., b. 1
Aug. 1812; ni. .lane, dau. of Richard Huson, Esq. of
Ballyorrel, co. Wexford, and had two sons, George and
William, both went to Americ;!.

III. Edward, bapt. 12 Aug. 1777 ; d. unm. 31 Dec. 1801.

I. Frances, m. 13 Nov. 1784, Matthew de Rinzy, Esq. of
Clobemon, co. Wexford.

II. Katherine, in. 21 June, 17S1, Nicholas Aylward Vigors,
Esq. of Old Ltighlin, co, Carlow, and d. 20 .March, IsOi.

:Mr. Richards, whose will was proved 1784, wass. by his eldest

Solomon EiCHAEDs, Esq. of Solsborough. LL.B. Trin. Coll.
Dublin, High Sheriff 17U3, b. 1765; ra. 1st, 14 April, 1784,
Martha, dau. of Francis Gorman, E.sq. of Ballynahessan, co.
Jleath, and had issue,

I. Solomon, his heir.

II. Bartholomew Vigors, b. Feb. 1789; d. unm. 1830.

III. Edwin, Capt. R.N., -/,;. Sept. 1823, Mary Anne. dau. of
the Very Rev. Walter Blake Kirwan, Dean of Killala, and
d. 28 Seiit. 1866, having had issue,

J Edwin, Capt. 41st Regt., unm., killed at the battle of
Inkerman 5 Nov. 1854.

2 Frederick William (Sir), K.C.B., Admiral R.N, 1893,
Lord of the Admiralty lb82-8o, Commander-in-Chief on
East Indian Station, 1885 to 1888, and on the China
station l8U0-t2, now 1st Naval Lord at the Admiralty,
A.D.C. to the Queen, 1879-82, b. 30 Nov. 1833; m. 30
Oct. Is66, Lucy, dau. of Fitzherbert Brooke, Esq. of
Horton, co. Gloucester, and widow of Rev. Edwin Faj-le,
which lady ib deceased.

3 Solomon, accidentally drowned at Dunbrody Park co
Wexford, 1847. ' '

4 Urban Visors, formerly Ensign 72nd Eegt., went to
-Vustralia, and hi. 1893.

1 Julia, 7)1. 25 Aug. 1853, Sir William Leeson, Knt.
Genealogist to the Order of St. Patrick, and d. 22 Dee'
1879. He d. 21 April, 1885.

2 Maude, m. 3 Jan. 1874, John Stanley Wood, Esq., of
the .Vdjutant-General's Oflfice, Bombay.

3 Sophia, m. Leland CrosthwMite, Esq.

4 Louisa, m. Lieut.-Col. John Henry Kough, of Kflbrkle
CO. Carlow, and d. 22 May, 1863. '

h Frances.

6 .^nne Vigors, m. 1861, Rev. Thomas Stack, Sen, Fellow
of Trin, Coll, Dublin,

IV. William Gorman, 6. July, and d. Aug. 1795.

V. Francis, d. young,

I. Sophia, in. Mathew O'Brien, Esq, of Newcastle, coi.

II. Frances, m. Rev, John Howard Gorges.

III. Martha, m. Rev. Henry Barnes.

IV. Katherine, m. Rev. liichurd Fayle.

Mr. Richards m. 2ndly, 23 Sept. 1797, Martha, dau. of Col.
George Rawson, of Belmont, co. Wicklow, M.P., and hafl

VI. George Rawson, d. %mm. 1826,

V. Maria, d. unm. 1802.

Mr. Richards d. 1811, and was s. by his eldest son,

SoLo.MON Richards, Esq. of Solsborough, High Sheriff I8I8,
who afterwards entered into Holy Orders, and was appointed
Rector of Clone, co. Wexford, b. 1787; m. 9 May, 1814, Eliza-
beth, eldest of Col. Thomas Bermingham Daly Henry
Sewell, of Athenry (by Hon. Harriett Beresford his wife, dau.
of William, 1st Lord Decies, Archbishop of Tuam), and grand-
dau. of Thomas Bailey Heath Sewell, by Lady EUzabeth Ber-
mingham his wife, eldest dau. and co-heir ot Thomas, 22nd
Lord .\thenry and Earl of Louth, By her (who d. 2G Jan.
1861) Jlr. Richards had issue,

I. Solomon, now of Solsborough.

II. William Beresford, County Inspector Royal Irish Con-
stabulary, b. 1824; d. unm. '29 Nov. 1887.

III. John, Leiut. H.E,I,C.S., m. 9 Sept. 1852, Eleanor Marii,
dau. of Alexander Napper, Esq. of New Ross, co. Wexford,
and i^ Sept. 1859, leaving issue,

1 Alfred Beresford, b. 17 June, 1853; d. young.

2 Roland, b. 26 Oct. 1854.

3 William James Napper, b. 21 May, 1857 ; m. 28 Sept.
1887, Amy Elizabeth, dau, of Dr, John Byrne, of Charles
Street, New Ross,

I. Harriet, 7n. Richard Howard Gorges, Esq.

II. Louisa, b. 1820; d. April, 1830.

III. Bessie, m. 8 Sept. l8o4, William Donovan, Esq. of Tom-
nalossett, co. Wexford. iv. Isabella.

v. Louisa Martha, m. 1st, 8 Dec, 1866, Richard Archibald
Gorges, Capt. Royal Marine Artillery, who was lost in the
'•Captain" turret ship, 7 Sept. 1870, and 2ndly, George
Jones, Esq.

Mr. Richards d. 28 Feb. 1866, and was g. by his eldest son, the
present Solomon Richards, Esq. of Solsborough.

,<4 }•)».!— Sa., a chevron between three fleurs-de-lis arg. Crest—
A gritfin's head erased arg. Motto — Honore et amore.

^eat — Solsborough, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford.


RiCHAEDS, Edward Mooke, Esq. of Monks-
grange, CO. Wexford, b. 182(3 ; m. 1st, Sarali Eliza-
beth, dau. of William Tisdale, Esq. of Virginia,
Xorth America, by whom (who d. 19 Feb. 1860) he
had issue,

I, John Evelyn, b. 1852 ; d. IS58.

I. Adela Elizabeth, m, 18 Aug. 1880, Goddard Henry Orperp,
Esq,, B,A., Barrister-at-Law (see Oepen of Ardtully).

II. Dora, d. 1860.

Mr. Edward M. Richards m. 2ndly, 7 Dec. 1882,
Ellen Elizabeth, dau. of David Aird, of The
Anchorage, co. Pembroke, Capt. R.N.

Liineage. — Goddard Richards, Esq. b. I7I5, 2nd son of
John Richards, Esq. of Solsborough (see that Family), was
bequeathed Grange (originally called Monksgrange), and
other estates in co. Wexford by his father, which estates had
been purchased 1742, and had formerly belonged to the com-
pany formed for" making hollow sword-blades." He m. 1756",,
Anne, dau. of Ven. Nicholas Ilewetson, Archdeacon of Killaloe,
and had issue,

I. John, his successor.

II. Solo.mon, ancestor of Richards of Ardamine [which ieerf.





ni. Godoard, of Bath, Col. H.E.I.C.S., b. 1764 ; in. Anne, dau.
of Henry HouKhton, Esq. of Kilmanncck, co. Wexford, by
whom (who d. '- Oct. 1855) he had issue,

1 Goddard Henry, m. Miss Mason, and d. leaving a dau.,
Katherine, who became a nun.

2 William (Rev.).

1 Mary Anne.

2 Elizabeth, m. William Blunt. Esq., 3rd son of Sir Charles
William Blunt, 3rd Bart, of liingnior, co. Sussex, and had

3 Ellen, m. 29 March, 1825, William Monckton, Esq. of
Amherst House, co. Gloucester, grandson of John, 1st
Viscount Galway, and had issue.

4 Maria (Mrs. Burgos). 5 Charlotte (Mrs. Whately).
6 Virginia. 7 Julia.

IV. William, called to the Irish Bar 1792; b. May, 1768;
(/. unm. 1832.

V. Nicholas, b. 1770; d. unm. v. p. July, 178S.

VI. Edward, 55th Eegt., 6. Nov. 1771 ; d. imm. 1798.

VII. Robert Hcwetson, of 15, Baggot Street, Dublin, Assistant-
Barrister for co. Wexford, 6. Nov. 1773; )/(. 1814, Matilda,
dau. of Henry Garnett, Esq. of Athcarne, co. Meath, and d.
1829, having had by her (who d. 24 April, 1880, aged 81),

1 William Henry, d. young.

2 Robert, Lieut.- Gen. Bombay Staff Corps, in. Maria, dau.
of Gen. Nicholas Wilson, younger son of Christian Wilson,
Esq. of Sledagh, co. Wexford, and d. 13 Nov. 1884, leaving
issue, Charles Grant, Aimie Matilda, Alice, Grace,
Edith, and Florence.

1 Anne Matilda, m. 6 Aug. 1836, Thomas Lewis Roberts,
Esq. of Dormstown Castle, co. Meath.

2 Mary Anne, m. 30 Dec. 1862, Rev. William Birohc-
Wolfe, of Wood Hall, Essex. He d. g. p. 1864.

vin. Henry, b. June, 1780 ; d. young, bur. 2 March, 1788.

I. Anne, b. 11 July, 1760; m. 28 June, 1780, Richard
Donovan, Esq. of Ballmore, co. Wexford, and d. 12 July,

II. Sarah, 6. 2 July, 1761, m. Richard William Tighe, Esq.,
M.P. CO. Wicklow, 3rd son of WiUiam Tighe, Esq. of

III. Katherine Jane, b. July, 1763 : to. Rev. Robert Alexan-
der, LL.D., of New Ross, co. Wexford, and d. 2 March,

IV. Elizabeth, b. 1765; m. 1 April, 1796, Richard Colics,
Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

V. Wilhelmina, b. 1766; m. 22 Sept. 1798, Very Rev.
Walter Blake Kirwan, Dean of Killala, and d. 1832. He d.
27 Oct. 1805, aged 51.

VI. Letitia, b. Jan. 1777; d. unm.

Mr. Goddard Richards d. 1 July, 1795, and was s. by bis
eldest son.

Rev. John Richards, of Grange (or Monksgrange), b. 6 Sept.
1757; m. March, 1796, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Joshua Paul, 1st
Bart, of Paulville, co. Carlow, and Ballyglan, co. Waterford,
and by her (whorf. 1845) he had issue,

I. Goddard Hewetson, his successor.

I. Sarah Elizabeth, b. 11 Jan. 1797 ; d. unm. 3 Sept. 1847.

II. Anne Dorothea, b. 29 Dec. 1800 ; d. unm. 17 Oct. 1873.
HI. Ellen, b. 20 Jan. 1803 ; d. 26 Jan. 1810.

IV. Dorothea Elizabeth, 6. 4 Sept. 1805 ; d. unm. 9 July,

V. Elizabeth, b. 27 May, 1807 ; m. Cope Garnett, Esq. of
Rhos-y gar, Monkstown, co. Dublin, and d. 10 Aug. 1875.
Mr. Garnett (/. 20 April, 1875.

VI. Katherine Wilhelmina, 6. 4 Sept. 1809 ; d. unm. 20 Oct.

VII. Ellen Susan Gertrude, 6. 7 July, 1813 ; m. 2 Sept. 1840,
John Herbert Orpen, Esq. of Stephen's Green, Dublin,
LL.D., Barrister-at-Law, and d. 19 Dec. 1855, leaving

Rev. John Richards d. 1827, and was s. by his only son,

Goddard Hewetson Richards, Esq. of Grange (Monks-
grange) and Pembroke Street, Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, 6.2
Nov. 1798 ; m. by licence 23 June, 1823, Dorothea Arabella,
dau. of Edward Moore, Esq. of Mooresfort, co. Tipperary,
and by her (who d. 15 Dec. 1886, aged 87), he left at his
decease, Dec. 1829, two sons,

I. John Francis, J. P., b. 1824, who s. his father, and d. uyim.
28 Oct. 1860.

II. Edward Moore, now of Monksgrange.

Arms, dx. — Same as Richards of Solshorough, with a crescent
for difference.

Seal — Monksgrange, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford.


EiCHAEDS, Arthur William Mordaunt, Esq.
of Ardamine, co. WexforcJ, and Roebuck, co. Dublin,
Capt. 2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys), b. 6 Feb. 1860;
m. 8 Sept. 1886, Lillie, dau. add co-lieir of William
Miller Kirk, Esq. of Eamsfort, co. Wexford.

Liineage.— Solomon Richards, Esq. of York Street,
Dublin, b. 1758, 2nd son of Goddard Richards, Esq. of Grange,
and grandson of John Richards, Esq. of Solsborough (see those
Faihilies), was the celebrated Surgeon Richards, President of
the Royal College of Surgeons, Member of the Royal Irish
Academy and Royal Dublin Society. He purchased the
estate of Roebuck, co. Dublin, from Lord Trinileston, Arda-
mine, in CO. Wexford, from Sir Thomas Roberts, Bait., and
other estates in the same co. , from Abel Ram, Esq. of Clon-
attin. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Edward Groome, by
whom (who d. 2 March, 1840) he had issue,

I. John Goddard, his successor.

II. Edward (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Rector of
Clonallon for foriy-seven years. Chancellor of the Diocese of
Dromore, b. 1797 ; m. 1824, Emily, dau. of Right Rev. James
Saurm, D.D., Bishop of Dromore, and d. 12 Feb. 1883, aged
86, having had issue,

1 Edward, m. 6 Dec. 1860, Frances Elizabeth, dau, ofi
Edward Willoughby, Esq. of Bryan House, Blackheath,
and has issue, Edward Willoughby, Lieut. R.A. ; Jamea
Saurin ; Amy Frances.

2 James Saurin, an Officer in the army, d. unm.

3 Lewis (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Dungannon, co. Tyrone,
VI. 13 Feb. 1806, Charlotte Georgina, dau. of Hon. and
Rev. John Charles Maude, and has, Charles Maude,
6. 1867; Lewis Saurin, b. 7 July, 1869; Mary Alice;
Mabel Emily.

4 Henry Goddard, 6. 1833. 5 William Saurin.
6 Charles Frederick.

1 Anne Catherine, m. 20 Sept. 1865, Percy Magan, Esq..
of Kilcleagh Park, co. Westmeath, J. P., and has issue.

III. Solomon, of Ounavarra, co. Wexford, J. P., b. 1798; m.
1st, Katherine, dau. of Rev. Henry Wynne, Rector of
Templeshambo, co. Wexford, who d. 31 Oct. 1848, and
2ndly, 9 June, 1852, Florence, dau. of Rev. Henry Moore,
Rector of Ferns, co. Wexford, who d. 1 Feb. 1873. He?

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