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d. s. p. 14 Aug. 1862.

I. Elizabeth, d. unm.

II. Mary Anne, m. 31 Oct. 1824, Rev. Henry Wynne, Rector
of Ardcolm, co. Wexford, aud d. 21 April, 1867, leavingr
issue.

Surgeon Richards d. Oct. 1819, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Goddard Richards, Esq. of Ardamine and Roebuck,
Barrister-at>Law, J. P. and D.L. co. Wexford, High Sheriff
1824, 6. 1794; to. 1st, 16 July, 1821, Anne Catherine, dau. of
lion. Robert Ward, ty whom (who d. 10 May, 1835) he had
issue,

I. Solomon Augustus, his heir.

II. Robert Edward (Key.), M. A., Principal of the Gloucester^
Bristol, and Oxford Training College.

III. William Hamilton, Prof. Staff Coll., Col. late 55th Eegt.
of Foot, formerly Instructor of Military Drawing and Sur-
veying at Sandhurst, afterwards Chief Garrison Instructor
at LU'jknow, m. Aug. 1858, Margaret Isabella, dau. of
Major Samuel Hill Lawrence, Ilth Hussars, V.C, and has
issue,

1 Hamilton MacDonald, Capt. Border Regt.

2 Charles de Clare. 3 John Goddard.

I. Louisa Elizabeth, vi. April, 1843, George Maconchy,
Esq. of Rathmore, co. Longford, and d. 1864, leaving
issue.

II. Mary Anne, m. 5 Nov. 1850, Samuel Johnson, Esq. oS
Janeville, J. P. co. Wexford. He d. 2 April, 1883, aged 71,
leaving issue.

III. Emily Sophia, m. April, 1849, Rev. Philip Walter Doyne,
Vicar ot Monart, co. Wexford. He d. 23 Oct. I86I, leaving:
issue.

Mr. J. Goddard Richards ro. 2ndly, 5 May, 1840, Mary, dau. of
Sir WiUiam Rawson, by whom (who to. 2ndly, John Bil-
lingsley Parry, of Cumberland Street, Hyde Park, London,.
Barrister-at-Law, Q.C., and Judge of the County Court Dis-
trict No. 36, in England) he had no further issue. He d. IS
April, 1846, and was s. by his eldest son,

Solomon Augustus RIchards, Esq. of Ardamine snd
Roebuck, B.A. Oxford, J.P., High Slieriff 1854, Capt. Wexfwd
Militia, b. Aug. 1828 ; m. 10 June, 1856, Sophia Mordaunt,
dau. of Rev. Bernard John Ward, and d. 13 Jan. 1874, leaving
three sons,

I. Bernard John Goddard, his heir, 6. 10 Aug. 1857 ;
d. unm. 17 April, 1879.

II. Arthur William Mordaunt, heir to Lis brother.

III. Francis Augustus, 6. 9 Aug. 1873.

Arms, i-c.— Same as Richards of Solsborough, with a mullet
for difference.

i'ca£— Ardamine, Gorey, co. Wexford.



BICHARDS OF MACMINE CASTLE.
KiCHAEDS, Albert GtAKNer, Esq. of Macmin&
Castle, CO. Wexford, J.P., formerly Lieut. 2i2rid



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Toot, 5. 22 Sept. 1S40. m. 1S69, Isabella Uarj, dau.
of William Barkus, Esq. of Tvneniouth, Nortlnun-
berland, and by her (who d. 14 April, 1888), has
issue,

Lilian Garner, vi. June, 1S02, George Kdgar Iluglies, Ksq.,
A. M. StalT.

liineagre. — The ancestors of thi.^ family (whieU is quite
<1i.~iinct from that of Kichards o/ Sotsborouijh) were settled
ill CO. Wesford long previous to the usurpation of Oliver
C'ro.mwell.

Thomas KicnAKn.5, of Tark. the aiuient seat of the family,
Jiatl. by Edith liis wife, two sons and four daus.,

I. John, of Park, m. May. 1690, Sarah Duzell, and liy her
had a dau. Mary, Imr. ■_' March, 1706. lie (/. s. ;>., and was
luir. at St. Patrick's, Wexford, 29 Dec. 1712. By his will,
<lated 7 Oct. 1712, and reffistereU 2 Oct. 1719, he bequeathed
his estates to his nephew.

■ I. Thomas, of whom below.
i. Mary, m. William Jones.

II. Elizabeth, 7». John Morton.

III. Maria, m. Dec. 16S0, John Jacob, Esq. of Sigginstown,
CO. Wexford.

IV. Frances, jn. 30 Oct. 1696, Samuel Cronipton, of Pole-
maloe, now Pilltown, co. >\rexford.

Thomas Kichards was bur. at St. Patrick's, Wexford. His 2nd
*on,

Thomas Richards, of Rathaspick, co. Wexford O'wre uxoris),
m. Oct. 16S0, Jane, dau. and co-heir of Loftus Codd, of Castle-
town and Rathaspick, and by her (who was bur. 13 Jan. 1743)
he had issue,

I. Thomas, his successor.

II. John, bapt. 13 April, 16S7.

III. Nicholas, bapt. 5 Dec. 1696, who had issue, Loftus, bapt.
3 -Vpril, 1729, Thomas, Marv. and Anne.

IV. William, bapt. 14 July, 1691.

V. Edward, who had two daus., Jane and Mary.

I. Katherine, bur. 30Au{r. 1665.

II. Jane, bapt. 1 April, 16S6; ;)i. Philip Ilore, Esq. of Pole
Hore.

III. Edith, m. Henry Ilatton, Esq. of Clonard.

IV. Margaret, vi. Patrick Hogan, Esq. of Horetnwn.

V. .Sarah, bapt. 17 July, 16S9: vi. IT) Jan. 17r.3, Urigadicr-
Gen. Edward Jones.

VI. JIary, bapt. 23 June, 1694; m. Anthony O'Neill, Esq.

VII. Frances, m. Joshua Tench, Esq. of Bryanstown.
Thomas Richards, whose will is dated 16 Blarch, 1716, was
I'ur. in St. Patrick's, Wexfard, 20 March, same year. His
eldest son,

Thomas Richards, Esq. of Rathaspick, h. 1688; s. to Park
and other estates under the will of his uncle 1713; m. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Joseph Orme, of W'cxford, and by her (who cl.
22 June, 1762) had issue,

I. Thomas, of Rathaspick, 5. 1722; to. 1776, Martha, dau. of
Matthew Redmond, Esq, of Kilgowan, co. Wexford, and had
two daus.,

1 Martha, who ,1. to Rathaspick, and m. March, 1802, John
Louis Gideon Ernest Von Prebenton, Count Willmsdorf, of
the kingdom of Hanover, who assumed, by royal licence,
dated ti May, 1802, the surname and arras of Richards
cnly. She </. Ib55, leaving

Thomas William Frederick Von Prebenton Will msilorf-

Richards, of Rathaspick, d. unm.
Henrietta, m. Capt. Frcdeiick Dayrolles.
Anne, m. 1832, John Craven Mansergh, Esq., and of. 1844.
Elizabeth.

2 Elizabeth, m. 1802, Count Von Simburg Sinum, of the
kingdom of Hanover.

H. John, of whom below.

III. George, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sheppard French, of Wex-
ford, ancestor of Richards of Glynn and JiaUimahorn-o., co.
Wexford.
«v. Loftus.

V.James, ancestor of 'RicsKV-nanf BaJhinnstvI, co. Wexford.
VI. Ricliard, in. Susan, dau. of John Nunn, Esq. of St. Mar-
garet's, CO. Wexford, and d. May, 1769, leaving (with a
<lau. Susan, wife of John Hatchell), a son,
John Xunn, m. 1st, Dec. 1784, Elizabeth, dau. of Oliver
Fitzgerald, Esq., Great Britain Street, Dublin, and 2ndly,
Frances, dau. of Thomas Gurly, Esq. of Carlow; d. 1821,
leaving, by his Ist wife, two sons,
William, Capt. 5th Diagoons, ra. Caroline, dau. of Henry
Gonne Molony, Esq. of Granahan, co. Clare, and (/.
17 Sept. la'22, leaving a son, William, and a dau,
Caroline.
Jon.s (Right Hon.), a Privy Councillor, and one of the
iiarons of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, b. 1790 :
M. 1st, by licence, dated 7 Jan. 1815, Catherine, dau. of
Henry Gonne Molony, Esq. of Granahan, co. Clare,
and 2ndly, 1832, Christiana, dau of Christopher James
O linen, Esq. He d. Van, leaving issue by his 1st wife
only.



1 John Henry, Judge of County Court, Waterford, h.
1817; m. lSo3, Lydia Gribble, dau. of Henry Scovell,
Esq. of Ferney. co. Dublin, and has (with three
younger sons and three daus., of whom the 2nd m.
1878, Capt. Harding; the 3rd, Mabel, m. 3 March,
1887, Horace Fisher, Esq., son of C. Fisher, Esq. of
Oakfield, Tamworth) an eldest son,

John Berwick, 6. 1865.

2 William Frederick, m. Frances Jane, dau. of Joshua
Nunn, Esq. of St. Margaret's, co. Wexford, and a.
1891, leaving an only dau.,

Anne, m. March, 1874, E. V. Wcstmacott, Esq.

3 Arthur Oswald (Capt.), m. Maria McMahon, dau. of
Edward Reeves, Esq. of Flatten Hull, co. Meath, and
FitzWilliam Street, Dublin, and has a son,

John William, Barrister-at-Law, h. 9 April, 1857 :
m. 26 Dec. 1«85, Adelaide Prudentia, dau. of
William Roper, Esq. of Hazlebrooke, co. Ros-
common, and 17, Upper Mount Street, Dublin.

1 Henrietta, to, Robert Piers, Esq.

2 Elizabeth, to. Charles Rolleston, Esq., Q.C., Judge
of County Court, 'I'ipperary.

3 Catherine, m. Thomas Spunner, Esq.

4 Charlotte, m. Thomas Rowley Symes, Esq.
Thomas Richards d. 9 Oct. 1768. His 2nd son,

John Richards, of Great Britain Street, Dublin, was called
to the Bar in Trinity Term 1750. He in. by licence, dated 24
Dee. 1767, Mary, dau. of George Lendrum, Esq. of Mowfield,
CO. Tyrone, by whom (who d. 182'2) he had,

I. John, to. 1800, Elizabeth, dau. of John Saunders, Esq. of
Saunders Park, co. Wicklow, and d. 1844, leaving

1 John William, of Baranagh, co. Mayo, and Tempo, co.
Fermanagh, J. P., heir male and head of the family of
Richards of Park; h. 1810; to. 1846, Susan, dau. of
Richard Augustus Saunders, Esq., D.L., of Largay. co.
Cavan, and has, with other issue,

John Richard Harlowen, Major, K. West Surrey
Regt,, b. 4 Oct. 1849 ; m. Emily Anne, dau. of Edward
Saunders, Esq. of Ballinderry, co. Tipperary.
1 Mary Anne. 2 Melosina. 3 Helena.

II. Gkorge (Rev.), of whom hereafter.

I. Hannah, rti. — Hamilton, of Seaview, co. Donegal.

II. 1' ranees Anne, m. Rev. Thomas .Skelton.

John Richards (whose will, dated '22 Jan. 1787, was proved 18
Oct. 1788) d. 1788. His 2nd son.

Rev. George Richards, of Coolstuffe, ordained 1805,
B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 1802, M.A. Nov. 1832, appointed
Prebendary of Coolstuffe, co. Wexford, 1823, b. 1781; tu.
31 May, 1806, Margaret Sophia, dau. of James Johnstone.
Esq. of Fir House, co. Dublin, and by her (who d. 1856) had
issue,

I. John, who purchased Macmine.

II. James (Rev.), Rector of Cloydagh, co. Carlow, and
Treasurer of Leighlin, ?). 8 May, 1810; m. 25 May, 1857,
Ellen Sarah Johnston, widow of Mr. Crawford, who d. 20
April, 1869. He d. s. p. Nov. 1871.

III. George, b. 5 March, 1812; d. unm.

IV. Francis Stephen, Lieut. Wexford Militia, b. 26 Dec.
1817; VI. Oct. 1860, Letitia, dau. of Josliua Nunn, of
Dawson Street, Dublin, and d. s. p. 18 Jan. 1S70. She (/.
Aug. 1875.

I. Lueretia. ii. Margaret Sophia Ellinor.

III. Elizabeth Marianne, m. 22 June, 1854, Rev. George
Itoss, Rector of Killinick, co. Wexford, and d. 1 June,
1872.

IV. Gcorgina, to. Nov. 1855, Rev. Thomas Hamilton Whit-
field, Rector of Ballyhuskard, and d. 3 Aug. 1859.

Rev. George Richards d. April, 1873. His eldest son,

John Richards, Esq. of Macmine, co. Wexford, J. P., b.
2 Nov. 1808, purchased that property from the King family.
He m. 27 June, 1838, Harrieit Martha, dau. of Major Gled-
stanes, and by her (who d. 20 Sept. 1875) had issue,

I. George Gledstanes, Capt. Wexford Militia, b. 6 Aug. 1839 ;
in. 30 June, 1868, Marian, dau. of Loftus Anthony Bryan,
Esq. of Upton, co. Wexford, aud d. v. p. 24 Feb. 1876,
leaving issue,

1 John Loftcs, heir to his grandfather, after the death of
Albert Garner Kichards.
1 Harriet Marian. 2 Charlotte Lyon.

II. Albert Garner, now of Macmine.

III. Hampden Augustus, Capt. 44th Kegt., b. 1 Aug. 1849;
■ni. 1875, Dora, dau. of John MeGowan, Esq., Inspector-
Gen, of Lahore, East Indies ; acciilentally drowned while
fishing in the river Slaney 15 March, 1878.

I. Anne Margaret Sojihia, m. 2 Dec. 1868, Major James
Jocelyn QIascott, Manchester Regt., 2nd son of William
Madden Glascott, Esq. of Pilltown House, co. Wexford.

Mr. John Richards d. 14 Aug, 1881.

Seat— 'Macmine Castle, Enniscorthy, co. Wexford.



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KICHARDS OF CROFT HOUSE.

EiCH AEDS, William Henkt, Esq. of Croft House,
CO. Pembroke, J.P., Higli Sheriff 1878, Major of
Tenby 1880-87, b. 1 Feb. 1844; »». 9 Jan. 1872,
Florence Antonia Emlin, eldest dau. of Lieut. -Col.
Antony Bowen Owen Stokes, of St. Eotolph's, in
same co., by his wife, Emlin, eldest dau. of Eer.
Amos Crymes, of the same eo.

liineagre. — Henry Eichards, Esq. of Croft House, co.
Peml)roke, J. P. and D.L, for that co., and a Lieut. -Col. in
th€ army, h. 24 July, 1812 (son of Jacob Richards, Esq. of
Croft House, Tenby, co. Pembroke, by his wife Susannah);
m. 11 Sept. 1839, Margaret, dau. of William Hughes, Esq.,
F.R.C.S. of Dublin, by his wife, Margaret, only dau. of Dr.
Thomas Acheson, of Dublin, and d. 19 Sept. 18G4, leaTing a
eon,

William Henbt, now of Croft House.

Arms — Arg., a chevron az., in base a lion rampant of the
last. Crest — A lion rampant az. Motto — Honore et amore.

&aJ— Croft House, Tenby, co. Pembroke.



mCHAEDS OF CAEE.YNWCH.

EiCHARDS, EiCHAED Edwaed Llotd, Esq. of
Caerynwch, J. P. and D.L. co. Merioneth, Capt.
4th batt. Eoyal Welsh Fusiliers, b. 11 Aug. 1865.

liineagre. — John Hdmphbets, Esq., living 1700, tn. Grace,
dau. and co-heir of Robert Vaugban, Esq. of Caerynwch. His
son,

John Hdmpheets, Esq. of Caerynwch, m. 1717, Margaret
Vaughan, heir of Castelhnoch, co. Montgomery, and was
father of

Rodeut Vaughan HtJMpnRETS, Esq. of Caerynwch. Hij;h
Sheriff for co. Merioneth 1760, m. Jane, dau. of Humphrey
Meredyth, Esq. of Pengwern, co. Carnarvon, and relict of
Owen Lloyd, Esq. of Tyddyn Agnus, and left an only dau.,

Catherine Humphreys, of Caerynwch, 6. 20 Not. 1758; m.
30 Sept. 1785, Richard Richards (afterwards the Right Hon.
Sir Richard Richards), son of Thomas Richards, of Coed, co.
Merioneth, and Catherine his wife, sister of Rer. William
Parry, Warden of Ruthin.

Sm Richard Richards, 6. 5 Nov. 1752, adopting the legal
profession, rose to eminence, and obtained great practice at
the Bar. In 1813, he was appointed Chief Justice of Chester ;
in 1814, one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer; and in
1817, on the demise of Sir Alexander Thompson, Lord Chief
Baron of the same court. Sir Richard Richards was twice
offered a baronetcy, which he declined. He fully enjoyed the
friendship and confidence of Lord Chancellor Eldon, for whom
be on several occasions presided in the House of Lords. He
d. 11 Nov. 1823. Sir Richard left issue by Catherine, the heir
of Caerynwch,

I. Richard, his heir, who represented co. Merioneth in Par-
liament for upwards of sixteen years, namely, from 1836 to
1853. He was called to the Bar in 1812, appointed a Com-
missioner of Bankrupts 1814, Accountant-General of the
Court of Exchequer 1820, and a Master in Chancery 1841 ;
he was a D.L. of co. Merioneth, b. 22 Sept. 1787 ; d. 27 Nov.
1860 ; m. 11 Jan. 1814, Harriett, elder dau. and co-heir of
Jonathan Dennett, Esq., and by her (who d. 21 Oct. 1852)
had issue,

1 Richard Meredyth, of Caerynwch.

1 Harriett Eliza, d. in infancy.

2 Emily Katherine, m. 30 May, 1861, the Yen. Henry
Weir White, Archdeacon of Merioneth, Canon of Ban-
gor, Rector of Dolgelly, co. Merioneth, who d. 20 April,
1866.

Williama Frances, m. 29 Dec. 1853, Rev. Edmund Wol-
ryche Orlando Bridgeman, Vicar of Kinnerley, eldest
surviving son of Admiral the Hon. Charles Orlando Bridge-
man, brother of George Augustus, 2nd Earl of Bradford :
she d. 1 Sept. Is61, leaving issue, 1 Ursula Judith ; 2
Maud; 3 Dorothy.
■4 Anna Maria Harriett, m. 17 April, 1855, the Hon. and
Rev. Arthur Gascoigne Douglas, Hector of Scaldwell, co.
Northampton, youngest son of George Sholto, 17th E;irl
of Morton, and has issue, 1 Sholto James, b. 21 Aug. 1866 ;
2 Arthur Hugh, b. 14 Sept. 1867 ; 3 Archibald William,
b. 3 June, 1870 ; 1 Helen; 2 Margaret St. Bride; 3 Ela ;
4 Cecil ; 5 Annie Lilla ; 6 Beatrice Mary.

II. William Parry, 6. 28 May, 1789; d. 27 June, 1860; ui.
9 Feb. 1821, Frances Eliza, youngest dau. and co-heir of
Jonathan Dennett, Esq., and by her (who d. 2 Jan. 1851)
left issue,

I Edward Vaughan, Q.C., 6.9 Nov. 1821; to. 30 Oct.
1866, EUzabeth Anne, dau. of Robert Wharton, Esq.,



Barrister-at-Law (su WsA^TOti of Drybum, co. Durham),
by Catherine Mary, dau. of Rev. Robert Croft, Canon of
York, and bad issue, Charles Vaughan, b. 13 Feb. 1868,
d. 1 Jan. 1869.

2 Frederick Jonathan (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Boxley, Kent,
6. 23 Aug. 1823; m. 22 Nov. 1853, Dora Georgina Harring-
ton, eldest dau. of George Moses Benson, Esq. of Lut-
wyche Hall, Salop, and has issue, William Griffith, b. 3
March, 1859, Madeleine Frances, Mary Dorothea, and
Agnes Charlotte.

6 Henry William Parry (Rev.), M.A., Rural Dean, Vicar
of Isleworth. Middlesex, and Prebendary of Brownswood,
b. 29 Dec. 1827 ; m. 8 July, 1858, Jessie Margaret, dau.
of Right Hon. Peter Erie, Q.C., and has issue, Henry
Erie, Amy Frances, Jessie Eleanor, and Owen.

1 Catherine Frances, m. 5 Feb. I1-6I, her cousin, Robert
Temple Frere, Esq., 2nd son of Rev. Temple Frere, Canon
of Westminster and Rector of Roydon, Norfolk, and has
issue, one son and four daus.

2 Mary Eliza.

3 Emma Harriett, m. 2 April, 1853, Robert Archer Tawney,
Esq. of W'roxton, co. Oxford, and has issue, three sons
and four daus.

HI. Robert Vaughan, Q.C., 6. 3Nov. 1790; d. 2July, 1846;

m. Jane, eldest dau. and heir of Matthew Chalie, Esq., and

by her (who d. 11 Dec. 1822) left issue,

Marianne Catherine, m. 29 May, 1850, Ramon de Cabrera,

Comte de Morellia, Marquis del Ter, a Gen. in the cause

of Don Carlos and Field Marshal of Spain, and has issue,

three sons and two daus.

IV. Thomas Watkin, Rector of Puttenham, Surrey, 6.10 April,
1793; d. 2 Nov. 1859; m. 1st, Marianne Pope, who rf. Is22.
He m. 2ndly, 17 Nov. 1835, Evereld, sister of Thoma.s
Hustler, Esq. of Aclam Hall, co. York. By his 1st marriage
he had Issue,

Anna Maria Watkin, m. 9 Nov. 1851, William Hustler,
Esq., eldest son of Thomas Hustler, Esq. of Aclam Hall,
CO. York, and has issue.

V. Griffith, b. 27 March, 1795 ; d. in infancy.

VI. Griffith, Q.C.. b. Ibept. 1796 ; m. 12 Aug. 1839, Martha
Dennison, and d. ii June, 1843, leaving issue,

Catherine Mary, m. 12 Feb. 1867, George Arthur Hutton
Croft, Esq. of Aldborough Hall, co. York, only child
cf Rev. Thomas Hutton Croft, of Hutton Buscell {see
Ckokt;.
Sydney Helen, m. 11 Oct. 1864, Hon. Algernon Sydney
Arthur Annesley, only surviving son of Arthur,
9th Viscount Valentia, and has issue, Arthur Sydney
Evelyn, Lieut. 4th Batt. Oxfordshire Light infantry, b.
16 July, 1865; Helen Sydney Martha ; and Mabel Sydney
Augusta.
vti. Charles, was Private Serretary to Right Hon. Charles
Watkin Williams- Wynn when President of the Board of
Control, b. 13 April, 1800 ; d. 22 May, 1840.
VIII. Henry, 6. 20 Sept. 1801 ; d. 20 June, 1854.

I. Jane, vi. 16 April, 1816, Rev. Temple Frere, Canon of
Westminster and Rector of Roydon, Norfolk. She d. 20
Oct. 1869, having had issue,

1 Temple, b. 2 March, 1813; d. 4 April, 1840.

2 Robert Temple, M.D., Cantab., b. 17 Jan. 1820; m. 1st,'
2 Oct. 1851, Theresa Arabella Fanny, only dau, of Rev.
Edward Dowell, Vicar of Holme Lacy ; she d. 20 Jan.
1859. He TO. 2udly, 5 Feb. Ib61, Catherine Frances, his
cousin, eldest dau. of WiUiam Parry Richards, Esq., and
has issue (see above).

3 Henry Temple (Uev.), M.A.,Rectorof Burston, Norfolk,
b. 22 Nov. 1821 ; m. 18 Sept. 1851, Sarah Maria Heath,
eldest dau. of William Jary, Esq. of South Walsham, and
Burlingham House, co. Norfolk, and has issue, two sons
and three daus.

4 Griffith Temple, b. 4 July, 1827 ; d. 14 March, 1839.

1 Catherine Margaret Temple, m. 23 Aug. 1853, Rev.
Edward Gurdon, Rector of Barnham Broom, and Vicar of
Kimberley, co. Nurfolk, and has issue, three sons and
two daus.

2 Louisa Jane Temple, 6. 2 May, 1825 ; d. 2 May, 1848.

3 Emily Georgina Temple.

II. Catherine Mary, d. unm. 24 July, 1824.

Richard Meredyth Richards, Esq. of Caerynwch, co.
Merioneth, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1865, and J.P. co.
Denbigh, has acted as Chairman of the Quarter Sessions co.
Merioneth since 1857, called to the Bar lb45, b. 18 Jan. 1821 ;
m. 1st, 29 July, 1845, Elizabeth Emma, elder dau. of William
Bennett, Esq. of Farringdon House, Berks (who d. s.p. 10 Dec.
1852), and 2ndly, 12 May, 1363, Louisa Janette Anne, only
child and heir of Edward Lloyd Edwards, Esq. of Cerrig
Llwydion, co. Denbigh, and Braichyceunant, co. Merioneth,
and d. 4 Nov. 1873, leaving issue,

I. Richard Edward Lloyd, now of Caerynwch.

II. Henry Meredyth, b. 30 Jan. 1870.

III. Charles Herbert, b. 20 Aug. 1873.

I. Lilla Georgina Harriett. 11. Emily Louisa.

Mr. Richards s. his father 1860, by whose maternal ancestors
the estate had been possessed for many centuries ; they are



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mentioned in manuscripts of the reign of Eltzabeth, as
ha vine; been at that time the ancient possessors of it.

^n:!j— Quarterly : 1st, arsr., a cross patonce engr.ijled sa.,
between four Cornish choughs ppr. ; 'Jnil, erni., on a s.altire
gu. an escallop arg. ; 3rd, or, a lion rampant gu. ; 4th, vert,
three eagles displayed in fesse arg. ; 5th, sa., guttee d'eau, a
canton erm. In right of his wife, the heir of Ebwards of
Co-rig Llici/dion, the late Mr. Richards bore an escutcheon of
pretence, viz.. Per chevron gu. and az., a chevron erin. cotiscd
or, between three Saracens' heads couped ppr. Cresl — A naked
de.\ter arm, the hand holding a scimitar, all ppr. Motlo —
Ifyddlawn ir CJwiiioaodd (l-'aitiiful to the Truth).

-Sr(i(,« — Caerynwch, co. Merioneth, and Cerrig Llwydion, co.
Denbigh.



RICHARDSON OF CHISBURY.

EiCHAKDSOx, William Hexey, Esq. of Cliis-
burv, CO. SiirroT, J. P. and County Aklerman co.
Purham, b. 30 April, 1829; m. 1st, IG June, 1852,
LiicT Smart, dati. of Thomas Trusted, Esq. of Eoss,
CO. Hereford, and by her (who d. 1880) has had
issue,

I. CiiARUs Tkcsted, of Biddiclc Hall, co. Durham, J. P., h.
-1 .\pril, 1S53; Hi. S April, IbU'J, Elizabeth Stuart
r.ichter.

II. Hubert, b. 11 March, 1S57.
I. Helen Maud, d. 1S60.

He m. 2ndlv, 20 Sept. ISSl, Anuie, dau. of Joseph
Foster, Esq. of Sunderland.

Lineage. — John Eichakdson of Sunderland, co. Durham,
/'. 13 3Iarch, 1765 ; m. 8 May, 1794, Hannah Wilson, of Sunder-
land, and by her (who d. ISOl) had issue,

I. John, of West Hartlepool, co. Durham, b. 16 March, 1795:
m. 27 Sept. 1821, Sarah, dau. of George Dixon, of Stockton-
on-Tees, and by her (who d. 1860) had issue. He d. l''eb.
1861.

ii. Caleb, of Sunderland, b. 14 March, 1786; m. 26 April,
1827, JIary, dau. of John Driver, Esq. of Leeds, and d. 2i
-April. 1875, having had issue,

1 John Winn, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, h. i April, 1828 ; ra.
6 Sept. 1S60, Mary, dau. of James Green, Esq. of Shilling-
ford, CO. Oxford, and has issue.

2 Joseph, of Stockton-on-Tees, J. P. cos. York and Durham,
li. 15 Jan. 1830; m. 18 Dec. 1S56, Ann Eliza, dau. of
Kreaerick Backhouse, Esq. of Stockton-on-Tees, and by
her has had i<sue,

I'rederick Backhouse, 7<. 16 Nov. 1857; d. 10 Aug. 1809.

Edwin liackhouse, h. 22 May, 1869.

I'rances Mary, b. 12 April, 1S59.

Annie Backhouse, b. 16 Nov. 1860; m. 24 April, ISSI,

Alfred Edward Kitching, Esq. of Great Ayton, co.

York.
Edith, 6. 26 July, and d. 3 Aug. 1S64.
Marion Josephine, b. 2 June, 1866.

Edwin, of The Cedars, Sunderland, b. 29 Aug. 1834; nt-
24 March, 1864, Emma Phillips, dau. of John Walker,
Esq. of London.

4 Erederick, of Sunderland, 6. 22 Feb. 1837 ; m. 8 Jan.
1862, Sarah Maria, dau. of Jonathan Harris, Esq. of
Cockermouth, and d. 24 Jan. 18S3, leaving issue.

5 Stanslield, of Sunderland, b. 25 Dec. 1840.

1 Sojihia, b. 16 Aug. 1821 : m. Sept. 1855, Thomas Graham
Littleboy, Esq. of Crowmarsh Giffoid, co. Uxford, and d.
2 May, 1866, having had issue.

2 Mary Frances, b. 2.3 Jan. 1833; d. 5 Feb. 1848.

3 Hannah Wilson, b. 29 Sept. 1839; d. unm. 27 June,
1860.

4 Emily, 6. 19 Oct. 1845; m. 28 Dec. 1863, Robert Hay-
don Gayner, Esq. of Sunderland, and has issue.

I I. Joshua, of Neath, co. Glamorgan, b. 10 Feb. 1799 ; m. 24
March, 1832, Hannah Burt, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, and had
issue.

IV. William, of whom we treat.

I. Margaret, b. 13 Jan. 1798; m. 1822, John Gilbert Holmes,
Esq. of Middlesborough, co. York, and d. 31 Dec. 1830,
having had issue.
Mr. John Richardson d. 29 Aug. 1842. His youngest son,

William Richardsox, Esq. of Sunderland, b. 3 June, 1801 ;
Ji!. May, 1828, Eliza Brown, of St. Ives, co. Huntingdon, andc/.
22 Aug. 1879, having had issue,

I. William, now of Chisbury.

II. Allred, d. IHi'i.

III. John, m. Elizabeth Rede, and has issue.

IV. Albert, d. IbUl.

V. Charles Stanstield, to. Florence Hensley, and has issue,
vr. Theodore, d. in iufan y.

I. Eliza Brown.

II. Katliariue, lii. Alfred Bennett, Esq., and d. 1892.



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head erased ermines, on a chief indented arg., two anchors
saliirewise, sa., between two lions' heads era.sed ermines.
0-cs(— Upon the battlements of a tower or, in front of aia
anchor in bend sinister sa., a lion's head erased ermines.
.1/0/(0— Potuis ingenio quam vi.

iJtsiciciice— Chisbury, Witley, Godalming.



RICHARDSON OF FIELD HOUSE,
WHITBY.

Eichakdson,Christopiiek, Esq. of Field House,
CO. York, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and
J. P. for tlie North Eiding, of co. York, educated
at Exeter Coll. Oxford, B.A. 1830, b. 22 Sept.
1807; m. 1 Oct. 1860, Marian Catherine, 2nd
dau. of Barnard Hague, Esq. of Ivclfield Hall, co.
York, which lady d. 5 March, 1891.

Lineagre. — Christopher Richardson, Esq. of AVhitby,
J. P. and D.L. for North Riding, of co. York, b. 25 June, o.s.^
1752 (eldest son of Christopher Richardson, Esq. of Witby,
by Catherine his wife, eldest dau. and eventual co-



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