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ere served
various municipal offices.

Sir William de Riddell, Sheriff of Northumberland, wa&
appointed by patent, dated 5 June, 1314, fiom Bishop Kellaw,
Constable of Norham Castle. From him derived, 9th in
descent.

Sir Thomas Riddell, Knt. of Gateshead, Durham, M.P. foi-
Newcastle 1620 and 1628. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John
Conyers, luit. of Sockburn, and had six sons, of whom the
eldest. Sir William Riddell, was father of William, whose
male issue became extinct. The 4th son of Sir Thomas was-
George, Judge Advocate in the army of the Marquess of New-
castle during the siege of Hull 1645. The 2nd son.

Sir Thomas Riddell, Knt. of Fcnham, was Recorder of antl
M.P. for Newcastle. During the troubles of the ensuing reign.
Sir Thomas espoused with extraordinary zeal the royal cause.
He commanded a regiment of foot in the service of the King, was
Governor of Tynemouth Castle, and became so distinguished,
that a reward of cne thousand pounds was offered for his
apprehension. He effected his escape, however, in a smal}
fishing-smack from Berwick, and d. at Antwerp, 16r)2, " a
banished man," his lordship of Tunstall having been pre-
viously sold to satisfy his composition. His great grandson
and representative,

Thomas Riddell, Esq. of Swinburne Castle, who was in-
volved in the rising of 1715, saved himself by escaping from
Lancaster Castle ; but not being excepted from the general
pardon, he was allowed to return to his estate, and reside there-
unmolested. He ra. 1726, Mary Margaret, dau. of WiUiam,.
Widdrington, Esq. of Cheeseburn Grange, and sister and co-
heir of Ralph Widdrington, Esq., by whom he had, with other
issue, Thomas, his successor, and Ralph of Cheeseburn Grange
(sec Riddell of Cheescbarn Grange). The elder son,

Thomas Riddell, Esq. of Swinburne Castle, m. Elizabethj
Margaret, only dau. and heiress of William Horsley Widdringr
ton, Esq. of Felton, Northumberland, grandson of the Hon.
Edward Widdrington (by Dorothy his wife, eldest dan. ami
eventual heir of Sir Thomas Horsley, Knt. of Horsley), and
had issue,

I. Thomas, heir to Swinburne.

II. Edward Horsley Widdrington, of Felton, d. s. p. 26 Jan,



1712



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IT92. His widow, Isabella Salvin, -,)!. 2naiy, ISOo, Kalph
Hidden, Esq. of Cheeseburu Grauijo.
lu. Kalph, heir to his eldest brother.

I. Elizabeth, m. John Clifton, Esq. of Lythani Hall, CO. Lan-
caster, and if. 19 Nov. IS'Jn.

II. Anne, in. Sir Walter Blount, 7th Bart, of Sodington, and
<t Feb. ISJS.

lie d. 1777, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Riddell, Esq. of Swinburne Castle, vk 13 April,
17iiO, Margaret. 4th dau. of William Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale
Hall, CO. Durham, and had an only child, Thomas, who d. v. p.
Mr. Eiddell if. 2-1 Nov. 17'JS, and was s. by his only surviving
brother.

Kalph Eipdell, Esq. of Felton and Horsley, m. 23 July,
ISOl. Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Joseph Blount, Esq., 2nd son of
JMiehael Blount, Esq. of Mapledurham, co. Oxford, and by her
(who if. 6 July, 1S49) had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. Edward Widdrington, of Bootham House, co. York, late
15th Uus.sars, b. 4 Sept. 1S03; ),!. 1 July, 1830, Catherine,
eldest dau. of Thomas St.apleton, Esq. of The Grove, and
Carlton, co. York, and sister of Miles Thom.as, 8th Lord
Beaumont, and if. 30 Oct. 1870, leaving by her (who if. Oct.
1872^ (besides two daus., who if. in infancy) three sons and

cne dau.,

1 Edw.ard Widdrinpton, b. 10 M.ay, 1831, in Holy Orders
of the Church of Rome, residing in Eeilcar, co. York.

2 John Gerard, of Hermeston Hall and Hodsock Bark, co.
Nottingham, 6.8 Aug. 1835; ra. 15 April, 1864, Katherine
Flora, 2nd dau. of Edward Chaloner, Esq. of Hermeston
and Hodstock, co. Notts, and has issue, Edward Charles,
b. I8t57 : Gerard Joseph, 6. 1 Sept. 1868; Mary Catherine;
Helen Mary ; Teresa Mary.

3 Arthur Grange (Eight Rev.), E.G. Bishop of Northamp-
ton 18S0, b. 15 Sept. 1836.

1 Laura Monica, if. 1872.

m. William, 6. 5 Feb. 1807, in Holy Orders of the Church of
Rome, consecrated Roman Catholic Bishop, Vicar Apostolic,
and Coadjutor to the Right Eev. Dr. Mostyn, for the
northern district of England, 17 March, 1844; d. 2 Nov.
1847.

IV. Henry Matthias, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 24 Feb. 1815 ; m.
Feb. 1872, Teresa, eldest dau. of Richard Gillow, Esq. of
Leighton Hall, Caruforth, co. Lancaster, and by her (who
d. 5 Jan. 1880), has issue, Henry, b. 1873, and Joseph, b. 19
March, 1876.

m. Charles Francis, of Battle Hill, co. Northumberland, J.P.,
b. 1 Oct. 1817 ; m. 1845, Mary Catherine, eldest dau. of
Michael Henry Mary Blount, Esq. of Mapledurham, co.
t )xford, and if. 15 Sept. 1887, having by her (who if. 12 June,
1888) had issue,

1 Charles Edward, J. P. for the North Eiding of Yorkshire,
and for the Colony of New South Wales, b. 29 June, 1849 ;
m. and has issue.

2 Agnes, m. Richard Gillow, eldest son of Richard Gillow,
of Leighton Hall, and has issue.

1. Elizabeth Anne, if. 27 Nov. 1878.
ilr. Eiddell if. 9 March, 1883, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Eiddell, Esq. of Felton Park and Swinburne Castle,
J. P., High Sheriff 1836, 6. 18 May, 1802; m. 1st, 15 Oct. 1827,
JIary, 2nd dau. of William Throckmorton, Esq. of Lincoln's
Inn, and sister of Sir Robert Throckmorton, 8th Bart., and by
her (who if. 4 June, 1843) had issue,

I. Thomas William Charles, b. 14 Oct. 1828 ; m. 3 May, 1855,
Lady Henrietta Maria Plunkett, 2nd dau. of Arthur James,
9th Earl of Fingall, K.P. He if. at Barcelona 24 May, 1867,
leaving issue, a dau.,

Louisa Mart.

II. John Giffakd, now of Felton Park.

jii. Walter, settled in New Zealand, b. 17 July, 1331 ; cf.

Nov. 1865.
IV. Eobert, 6. 24 Aug. 1832; cf. 15 Sept. 1873.
v. Edward, b. Jan. 1836, deceased.

I. Frances Mary, m. 29 Jan. 1866, John .Joseph O'Shaughnessy,
Esq. of Birchgrove, co. Eoscommon, and has issue.

II. Teresa Elizabeth, a uun of the Order of St. Dominic, d. in
18t0.

III. Gertrude Mary, m. 29 Sept. 1863, John Errington, Esq. of
High Warden, Northumberland, and has by lum (who d.
11 Dec. 1878) a son, AVilliam Valentine, b. 1866, and a dau.
Hope .Mary. She m. 2ndly, 1 May, 1843, Col. Oliver Grace
Langley, and cf. 23 Dec. Is86, leaving issue.

He m. 2ndly, 1845, Laura Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas Joseph de
Trafford, 1st Bart, of Trafford Park, co. Lancaster, and by her
(who cf. 18 May, 1877) had issue, a dau. Laura Elizabeth, who
d. 1858. Heci. 5 April, 1870.

Arms — Arg., a fesse between three rye-sheaves az. Crest —
A demi-lion couped or, holding a rye-sheaf az. Motto — Deus
Bolus auget aristas.

*va'3— Felton Park, Acklington, and Swinburne Castle,
Barraslord, Northumberland.



RIDDELL OF CAMIESTON.

RiDDELi., William Cakke, Esq. of Camieston,
CO. Roxburgli, Major 2nd batt. Royal Dublin
Fusiliers, b.^8 March, 18-i7.

Lineage. — Thomas Eiddell, Esq. of Camieston, co. Rox-
burgh, 2nd son of Sir Walter Eiddell, 4th Bart, of Riddell, in.
Margaret, dau. of Rev. William Hunter, and had a son.

William Eiddell, Esq. of Camieston, m. 1776, Elizabeth,
only dau. of John Carre, Esq. of Cavers Carre, andtf. 1829,
having had by her (who if. 1828), with other issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. John, E.LC. (Madras), if. unm. 1814.

III. Egbert, who assumed his mother's name of Carbe, on
succeeding to Cavers, Vice-Adm. R.N., if. unm. 1860.

The eldest son,

Thomas Riddell, younger, of Camieston, m. 31 Jan. 1805,
Jane, dau. of Walter Ferrier, Esq. of Somerford, co. Stirling,
and by her (who if. 11 Jan. 1833) had issue,

I. William, of Camieston.

II. Walter, b. 6 Aug. 1807 (who assumed the surname and
arms of Cakbe of Cavers Carre); m. 1st, 30 Nov. 1830.
Elizabeth Riddell, dau. of Lieut.-Col. MacLachlan, and had
issue, one son,

Thomas Alexander (see Eiddell-Cabue of Cavers Carre),
Mr. Walter Eiddell in. 2ndly, 14 Sept. 1871, Mary Falconer,
dau. of W. Currie, Esq. of Linthill. He tf. 1 Dec. 1874;
she if. 12 Nov. 1878.

III. John Carre, b. 1809; in. 22 Oct. 1846, Marianne Sibella ,
dau. of Chief Justice Stephens, and cf. 22 Dec. 1879, having
had issue,

1 Thomas William, 6. 1852.

2 .John Carre, b. 1857 ; if. 1858.

3 Walter John Carre, b. 1859.

1 Jane Georgiana Vereker, m. 1868, Capt. Henry James
Stanley, E.N., and has issue, a son, Henry, and a dau.,
Geva.

2 Margaret Elizabeth. 3 Anne Carre.

IV. Thomas, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., Adjutant 60th Rcgt., 6. 6
Oct. 1810; in. 24 July, 1848, Ann Ellen, dau. of Capt. W.
Beckett, and if. 1854, leaving one son,

William Henry, Major Bedfordshire Eegt., b. 18 Feb. 1852 ;
m. 1881, Julia, 5th dau. of S. T. Sliairp, Esq. of St.
Leonards, and has a son, b. 25 Aug. 1882.

V. Eobert, Indian navy, b. 1813; if. 1838.

I. Lillias Wallace, in. 1840, Eoss Watt, Esq., and has had
issue,

1 James Ross, b. 1846, deceased.

2 Thomas Riddell, b. 1849.

1 Jane Lillias, in. H. M. Thompson, Esq., and has issue.

2 Janet Campbell.

3 Eliza Georgina. 4 Georgina Anne, tf. 18C0.

II. Elizabeth Carre, d. 1844.

III. Georgina Vereker, in. 1 841, Malcolm M'Neil Rind, Bengal
Medical Service, and has issue,

J Malcolm, Lieul.-Col. late Sussex Eegt., m. 1st, and has

one son ; m. 2ndly, and has further issue.
•J Thomas Alexander G. Abercrombie, Major Bengal Staff

Corps, 6. 1847.
3 Louis Archibald, in the Forest Department, India, b.

1848.

1 Mary Jane, to. J. H. Porter, Esq., Surgeon 97tli Eegt.,
and has issue.

2 Georgina Vereker.

3 Amy Elizabeth, cf. 1850.

4 Margaret Ferrier.

IV. J;me Ann, in. 1843, Elijah George Halked Impey, Bom-
bay Medical Service ; cf . 1859, leaving issue,

1 Elijah Hamilton, b. 1847 ; d. 1849.

2 William Henry Lockington, Bengal C.S.,6. 1856 ; m. 1881,
Annie, 2nd dau. of Major-Gen. Tytler, Bengal Army.

1 Marion Edith Sidonia, in. and has issue.

2 Jane Lillias Emily, in. and has issue.

3 Constance Alice, m. and has issue.

Thomas Riddell, younger, of Camieston, cf. v. p. 18 April, 1824,
and was s. by his eldest son,

William Riddell, Esq. of Camieston, Blajor-Gen. Bengal
Army, C.B., J. P., Commissioner of Supply, b. 12 Dec. 1805 ;
in. 9 April, 1837, Margaret, dau. of Capt. John Wilkie, Bengal
Army, and had issue,

I. Thom.as Carre, b. 5 Feb. 1844 ; if. 14 Dec. 1846.

II. Walter Ferrier, Ensign 2nd Batt. 10th Regt., 6. 16 Aug.
1845; cf. at Demerara, 3 Nov. 1866.

III. William Caere, now of Camieston.

IV. John Wilkie, b. 1 March, 1861 ; d. an infant.

I. Jane Lillias, cf. 10 Jan. 1846.

II. Margaret Sophia, m. 1871, Kev. J. E. Chrystal, B.D., and
has, with other issue, James William, b. 1875.

III. Helen Elizabeth.

IV. Georgina Catherine. v. Frances Annie.



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Blajor Gen. EiJdell d. 22 June, 1875, and was s. by his eldest
■surviving son.

^(■„(s_Arg., a chevron gu. between three ears of rj-e. slipped
.and bladcd vert. Orest—A demi-grejhound ppr. Alutio—I
Jiope to share.

Heat—The Anchorage, Blelrose, N.B.



HIDDELIi OF CHEESEBURN GRANGE,

RiDDBLL, Edwaed Feancis, Esq. uf Cheeseburn
Grange, co. Northumberland, and Thornburgh, co.
York, J. P. CO. Nortlmmberland, Lieut. Nortlmm-
ber]and Yeo. Cav., B.A. Oxon 18SS, b. 7 July,
18G5 ; s. his father 1892.

Lineage.— Ralph EiDDELL, Esq. (see B.itid-ei.t. of Fdton),
2nd son of Thomas Riddell, Esq. of Swinburne Castle (by
Mary Margaret his wife, dau. of William Widdrington, Esq. of
Cheeseburn Grange), s. to the estate of his maternal uncle,
Ealph Widdrington, Esq. He m. 1769, Mary, dau. of George
Thornburgh, Esq. of Leyburn, co. York, and .Selside, co.
Westmorland, and had two sons, Ealph, and Francis, d. unm.
1813. Mr. Ealph Eiddell d. 26 Feb. 1797, and was «. by his
«on,

Ealph Eiddell, Esq. of Cheeseburn Grange, 6. 1771, m. 9
May, 1803, Isabella, dau. of William Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale
Hall, CO. Durham, and relict of Edward Horsley Widdrington
Bidden, Esq. of Felton Park, co. Northumberland, and had
■(besides two sons, Ralph and William, both of whom died
before him, unm., the former 1826, the latter 1828) three other
fioiis and a dau.,

I. Edward, of Cheeseburn Grange.

H. Frederic, of Thornburgh, d. 30 Slarch, 186S.

HI. Francis IIenrt, late of Cheeseburn Grange, co. North-
umberland, and Thornburgh, co. York.

I. Isabella Mary, d. unm. 8 Dec. 1885.
Mr. Hidden d. 24 Sept. 1831 ; his widow d. 1 March, 1853, and
■was .5. by his eldest surviving son,

Edward Eiddell, Esq. of Cheeseburn Grange, J.P., High
Sheriff 18i2, b. 1807 ; m. 16 June, 1856, Adela Mary, 2nd dau.
of Simon Scrope, Esq. of Danby Hall, co. York. Mr. Eiddell
d. s. p. 29 Sept. 1871, and was s. by his brother,

Francis Henut Riddell, Esq. of Cheeseburn Grange, co.
Korthumbcrland, and of Thornburgh, Leyburn, co. York, J. P.
for CO. Northumberland and co. York, b. 30 May, 1813 ; m. 30
iiept. 18G2, Ellen, 6th dau. of Michael Henry Blount, Esq. of
ilapledurham, Oxon, and has had issue,

I. Edward Francis, now of Cheeseburn Grange and Thorn-
•burgli.

II. Frederick William, 5. 22 Feb. 1868.

in. Arthur John, 6. 27 Dec. 18G9 ; d. 17 April, 1833.
IV. Oswald Charles, b. 27 Jan. 1871.

z. Beitha Mary, m. 19 Nov. 1889, Julian Charles Gaisford,
eldest surviving son of Thomas Gaisford, Esq. of Otlington,
CO. Sussex, and has issue,
Thomas Julian, 6. 30 Sept. 1890.
Stephen Francis, 6. 2 April, 1892.
CyrU Hugh, b. 18 June, 1893.
II. Mabel Ellen, m. 15 Nov. 1892, James Fitzalan Hope, Esq.
of Herons Ghyll, Sussex {see Burke's Peerage, Hopetoun).
Mr. Eiddell d. 30 Jan. 1892, and was s. by his eldest son.

Arms — (See Eiddell of Fdton).

Se«is— Cheeseburn Grange, Stamfordham, near Newcastle-
on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, and Thornburgh, Leyburn, co.
York.



RIDLEY OF PARKEND.

Ridley, Thomas, Esq. of Parkend, I^'orthumber-
iund, J.P., b. 12 Feb. 1817.

Lineage.— The estate at Parkend was, until 1.560, in the
posses>ion of the Eidleys of Tecket, from whom it passed to
the Earls of Suffolk, who held it until the beginning of 1600,
•when it again became the property of a descendant of the
Eidleys of T-:cket, viz., Tuomas Eidlet. According to the
family statement, Nicholas Ridley, of Willimoteswick,
the ancestor of the Ticket Eidleys, was son of Thomas
Eidley, of Ridley, 1440, by Audrey his wife, sister of Sir S.
3Iusgrave, of Musgrave, and the lineal descendant of Bryan
Ridley, in whose possession Ridley in Cheshire was 11 GO.
Sir Bryan Ridley, of Ridley, who was Lord Chief Justice of
Ireland, was 9th in a direct Une from the original Bryan of
Eidley, and from Sir Bryan's brother. Sir Thomas, the 6th in
descent was Nicholas, who settled at Willimoteswick. At
that place the family held large estates until 1650, when
II.



they were deprived of them for their adherence to the cause
of Charles 1.

Thomas Ridley, Esq. of Parkend, son of William Ridley,
younger brother of Mcsgrave Ridley, Esq. of Williuioteswick,
whose property was forfeited to the Commonwealth 1652, left a
son, Thomas Ridley, m. 1680, Dorothy, dau. of George Ridley,
Esq. of Gate House, and left (witli two daus., Mary and Cathe-
rine) one son,

John ErDLEY, Esq. of Parkend, in. 1st, 1731, Susanna, dau.
of Nicholas Maughan, Esq. of Whinctly, and by her had a
son, Thomas, his heir. He m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of — Ripon,
of Wliasneyburn, co. Durham, by whom he had John, George,
Catherine, Mary, and Elizabeth. The son and successor,

Thomas Ridley, Esq. of Parkend, m. 1774, Mary, only child
of T. Brown, Esq. of Corbridge, and dying 1816, left (with
four daus., Mary, Susan, Dorothy, and Catherine) a son and
successor,

John Ridley, Esq. of Parkend, 6. 17 May, 1780 ; m. 12 .Sept.
1811, Bridget, dau. of Matthew Atkinson, Esq. of Temple
Sowerby, Westmorland, and by her (who d. Nov. 18S0), had
issue,

Thomas, now of Parkend.

John Matthew, of Walwick Hall, Northumberland, J.P.,
M.A., Barrister-at-Law, 6. 2 May, 1820; m. 4 June, 1844,
Anna Maria, youngest dau. of Henry Hilton, Esq. of Sole
Street House, Kent, and has issue,

1 John Hilton, M.A. Jesus Coll. Camb., 6. June, 1848 ;
m. 1874, Mary Augusta, dau. of Rev. John Frederick
Bigge, Vicar of Stamfordham, Northumberland (see Bigge
of Long Horsley), and has a son, John Nicholas, b. June,
1878, and other issue.

2 Musgrave, b. Feb. 1850 ; m. 25 June, 1878, Emily Kaye,
dau. of Eight Rev. John J.>urkson, D.D., Bishop of Lon-
don, and has issue.

1 Anna Maria Bridget Elizabeth, m. 6 Oct. 1874, Col.
Charles Rowland Hill, E.A.
Jlatthew Atkinson, 6. 4 May, 1826.
Mary, d. Dee. 1891.
Eliza, m. 17 Sept. 1838, Eev. Henry Carr, son of John Carr,

Esq. of Dunstan Hill, co. Durham.
June Mary, rn. 10 March, 1841, W iiliam, 4th son of Matthew

Bell, Esq. of Woolsington, co. Northumberland.
Susan Catherine, vi. 1865, Joseph Henry Venables, of
Llysdmam, co. Eadnor; d. April, 1889.
He d. Aug. 1865, and ivas s. by his son, Thomas Ridley, Esq.
now of Parkend.

Arms—Qu.., on a chevron, between three falcons, arg. as
many pellets. Crest — A bull passant, the tail extended over
the back gu. il/o(/o — Constans lidei.
&at— Parkend, Hexham.



RIGGE (no-w GRAYRIGGE) OF WOOD
BROUGHTON.

Geateigge, Eobeet Stockdale, Esq. of Wood
Broughton, co. Lancaster, b. 24 July, 1883 ; s. hia
grandfather 1887.

Lineag'e. — This family, previously to the marriage with
the heir of Wood Broughton, had been settled, time out of
mind, in the parish of Hawkshead.

EoGEB RiGGE, Esq., 6. 1776 (3rd son* of Clement Eigge, Esq.
of Hawkshead, by Catherine his wife, dau. and co-heir of
Roger Moore, Esq. of Middleton, by Catherine his wife, dau.
and eventual co-heir — at the death of her nephew, Christophiir
— of Robert Euwlinson, of Greenhead, and of Cark Hall, co.
Lancaster), m. 1730, Mary, elder dau. and co-heir of John
Fletcher, Esq. of Wood Broughton, by Mary his wife, eldett
dau. of William Knipe, Esq. of Broughton Hall, co. Lancaster,
and had issue,

F'letcher, his heir.

Anne, m. John Keys, M.D.

Jane, m. Edward Moore, Esq. of Stockwell.
Mr. Rigge d. 1746, and was s. by his son,

Fletcher Rigge, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, J. P. and D.L., 6.
5 Jan. 1743 ; m. 1782, Susanna, dau. of Josepli Saunders, Esq.
of Ealing, Middlesex, and d. 1829, having had issue. Gray, his
heir, and Mary, ?!(. Frances Bedingfield, Esq. of Ditchingham
Hall, Norfolk; she d. s.p. 6 April, 1851. His son.

Gray Rigge, Esq. of Wood Broughton, J. P. and D.L., 6. 12
Feb. 1783 ; m. 8 Nov. 1808, Sarah, eldest dau. of Edward

* The two elder sons of Clement Rigge, viz., John and
William, both married, but left no surviving issue. Each had
a dau., and both daus. died young and unmarried. The male
and direct representation consequently descends through Roger
Rigge, as do the estates of Cark Hall, &c., to the late Henry
Fletcher Rigge, Esq.

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Moore, Esq. of Stockwell, and by her (who d. 9 June, 1S53)
had issue,

Henry Fletcher, late of Wood Broughton.
Charles Giav, Capt- K-N-, ''■ 1<> l>c. 1810; m. 5 July, 1S55.
Ellen, ■Jiid dau. of James Stockdale, Esq. of Cark, parish ol
Cartmel, North Lancashire.
Stt-paen, deceased. William, deceased.

Edward, late Capt. Cartmel Volunteers, 6. 2;') June, 1814; m.
' 1st, 1803, Jlaria Louisa, widow of John Simpson, Esq. ;

she d s.p. 21 Sept. 1871. He m. 2ndly, 1876, Miss Ellen
Cooper.

Caroline, m. 1P49, Theophilus Stephen Maurice Johnson,
Esq. of Holland House, Spalding; she d. s.p. IG July,
1871.
Louisa, m. 1851, Frederick C.artnrisht Dickson, Esq. of
Ch.ipel House, North Lancashire, and had issue ; she d. 2b
May, 1864.
Mr. Eigge d. 24 July, 1857. His eldest son,

Henrt Fletcuek liiGGE, Esq. of Wood Broughton, co. Lan-
caster, formerly Capt. 2nd lloyal Lancashire Militia, B.A.
Camb., J.r. and D.L., High Sheriff 1870, b. 12 Nov. 1801); m.
30 April, 1849, Kosetta Margaret, only dau. of James Machell,
Esq. of Newby Bridge, Windermere, and d. 20 Sept. 18s7,
leaving issue,

I. Gray, J. P. and D.L., Capt. 3rd batt. King's Own Eoyal
Lancaster Itegt., assumed iu 1875 the surname of Gbay-
SIGGE in lieu of his patronymic, b. 10 Jan. 1857 ; )ii. 18
April. 1882, Dora, only dau. of liobert Sherwood, Esq. of
San Francisco, California, and d. v. p. 1885, leaving
issue,

EoBEBT Stockdale, now of Wood Broughton.
1. Rosetta Mary, d. 12 Sept. 1858.
n. Eosetta Ellen.

Arms— Axg., a chevron between three mullets sa., quarter-
ing Rawlinson, Curwen, Fletcher, and Knipe. Crest — A
sheldrake ppr., in its beak an escallop arg. Motto — Festina
lente.

Siat — Wood Broughton, Carntorth, North Lancashire.



Mr. Eiley d. 29 Sept. 1862.

Arms — Or, on a chevron, between in chief, two crosses patee
fitchee, az., and in base, on waves of the sea, a ship in full sail
ppr., three bees volant of the field. Crest — A diai;ons head
couped sa. bezante, and in front thereof an anchor entwined
with a cable fesswise, or. Motto — Sans Dieu rien.

Seat — Putley Court, Ledbury, Herefordshire.



KILEY OF BREARLEY HOUSE AND
PUTLEY COURT.
EiLET, John, Esq. of Brearley House, co. York,
and Putley Court, co. Hereford, J.P. and D.L., and
County Councillor, Herefordshire, b. 4 jSTov. 1S4S;
VI. July, 1872, Lucy Martin, dau. of the late J.
Arrow, Esq , and has issue,

I. Launcelot John Cockcroft, b. 10 Nov. 1875.

u. Oswald Charles Hamlet, b. 9 July, 1878.

III. Alfric James Athclstan, b. 8 Oct. I88.'i.

I. Lucy Guion, b. 187.3. ii. Hilda Mary, 6. 1S74.

III. Edith Elaine, b. 1877. iv. Agnes Dorothy, b. 1880.

V. Aldwyth Muriel Cockci'oft, b. 1881.

VI. Margery Joan Arrow, 6. 1882.

VII. Elfrida Gwendoline, b. 1887.

Lineage — John Eiley, Esq. of Soutev House, Wadsworth,
CO. York, »i. 25 Dec. 1781, Sally lliley, and had issue, Henry,
m. and had issue, John. The 2nd son,

JoH.v Eiley, Esq., J. P., of Brearley House, co.York, 6. 1783;
Til. 31 Dec. 1805, Betty, dau. of George Hargre.-ives, of Hepton-
stall, CO. York, and d. 2 May, 1850, having by her (wiio d. 4
June, 1860, aged 75) had issue,

1 James, of whom presently.

2 Thomas, J.P., of Ewood Hall, Mytholtnroyd, co. Y'ork, m.
Esther, eldest dau. of John Fawcett, of Greenfield, Mylholm-
royd, and had issue, Thomas Fawcett; John Herbert;
James Julian Allan.

3 John, Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner Temple, m. Mary
JIargaret Elizabeth, eldest dau. of John Laurie, M.P. of
the City of London, and had a son, John Athelsran
Laurie, of 2, Ken-ington Court, London, b. 10 Aug. IbUti ;
■m. 30 April, 1887, Andalusia Geoi'gina Charlotte Louisa,
eldest dau. of Samuel, 8th Viscount Molcsworth, and has
a son, Laurence Athelslan Molesworth, b. 10 April, 1888.

1 Marr, d. v.am. 1 .\pril, Is72.

2 Hannah, la. Daniel Jones Crossley, Esq. and has issue.
The eldest son,

James Eiley, Esq. of Ei-earley House, co. York, h. 4 Nov.
1810; -,/i. 10 Sept. 1845, Sarah, eldest dau. of John Crossley,
Esq. of Hebden Bridge, co. York, and had issue,

1 Charles Crossley, 6. 20 Dec. 1846: d. s. p. 24 Dec. 1867.

2 JouN, of Brearley House, co. York, and Putley Court, co.
Hertford.

3 Hamlet, of Ennim, co. Cumberland, .I.P. and D.L., b. 29
Jan. 1-51 ; -m. 25 April, 1878, Anne, elder dau. of the late
William Lewthwaite, Esq. of Broadgate, Cumberland, and
has issue,

Hamlet Lewthwaite, 6. 20 Oct. 1832.
Ethel Mary.



RINGROSE-VOASE OF CHILWORTHT
TOWER ANB ANLABY HOUSE.

EiNGEOSE-VoASE, WiLLIAM EiNGROSE, Esq. o£

Cliiluortli Tower, Hants, and Anlaby House, co.
York, J.P. E. R. Yorkshire, and County Coun-
cillor, Hants, Major Yorkshire Art. (mil.), b. 11
April, 1852; m. 27 July, 1880, Isabel, dau. of the
late Williatu Watt, Esq. of Ottcringham, co. York,
and has issue,
Judith Isabel, 6. 14 May, 1886.

Lineag-e. — Sami-el Eingrose, possessed land at Bentley,
in the parish of Eowley. His name occurs in 1719, in the-
Cottinghani Court Eolls, with that of his brother-in-law,
M,arlin Easpin. He to. 9 Nov. 1711, Leah, dau. of Martin
Easpin, sen., and sister, and in her issue co-heir (with her
sister, Eebecca, in. Christopher Leake, of Kirkella, and had a
son, Christopher, an attache at St. Petersburg) of her brother,
Martin Easpin, jun. of a family long settled in Cottinghani.
.She was the widow of Joshua Awmond, gent, (whom shew.
17 Oct. 1706, and who d. 1707, leaving a dau. Elizabeth (d.
1791), ra. Joseph Sowray, of Y'ork). By Leah, his wife,
Samuel Eingrose had issue,
I. John, of whom presently.

n. Martin, b. 1713; m. Anne Mantle, of Cottingham, and d^
1786, having by her (who d. ISlo, aged 75) had issue, 1
William, b. 1762, the doctor at Cottingham and ensign of u.
corps of Volunteers raised in Hull and Cottinghani after the
disastrous campaign of 1794, and d. 1811 ; 2 Martin Easpin,
living 1796; 3 Samuel, b. 1768, d. 1841, leaving money to
the chapel and poor at Cottingham; 4 Thomas, iL an i



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