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rdin, Esq. of Fortarabia, co. Cork, 6. 1676, 7ii.
Anne, dau. of Alexander Cole, Esq. of Innishannon, co. Cork,
.and had issue. He d. 1772 aged 96, and was bur. at Carrig-
tuohill. His son,

Alexander Durdin, Esq., b. 1712, was of Shanagary, co.
Coik, and of Huntington, co. Carlow. This gentleman was
married four times. His first wife was Miss Dunscombc, of co.
Cork, by whom he had no issue. His 2nd wife, whom he to.
1746, was Mary, dau. of James Duncan, Esq. of Kilmoon
House, CO. Meath. She d. a few days after the birth of her
only child,

I. Richard, b. 1747, m. Helen, dau. and heir of Sir John
Esmonde, of Huntington, or Huntingdon Castle, near
Clonegal, co. Carlow, the 4th Bart., and by her had an only
son, Alexander, who d. s. 2'-

Mr. Durdin to. 3rdly, 1766, Annie (liA VAnx) relict of William
Penn, Esq. grandson of the founder of Pennsylvania, and
with this lady he received a large portion as well of the Irish,
as of the American estates of the family. On her decease,
.?. p. 1767, he 711. 4thly, Jan. 1768, Barbara, 2nd dau. (by his
wife Margaret, eldest dau. and co-heir of Robert Atkins, Esq.
of Waterpark and Highfield, co. Cork) of Warham St. Leger,
Esq. of Heyward Hill, and by her (who d. 1820) he had
further issue,

II. Warham, of Sunville, Dromadda, and Midlcton I^odge.
all m CO. Cork, b. 1768, m. 27 May, 1792, Anne, eldest dau..



1724



TvOB



THE LANDED GENTRY.



r.OB



(by his wife Martha, dau. of John Downinc, Esq. of nroom-
fielil) of Thomas G;inU-, Esq. of Ballinamiss, co. Cork, iwd
by her (who d. 1S-J7) had ijsue,

1 Alexander 6. 1797; (/. uwrn. at Paris, Dec. 1819.

2 Thomas Garde, of Shanajjarry Castlo (the old seat of tlie
Pcnns), an otfioer of the I3th Lijrht Diagoons, m. 1/
June, ISoo, Anne Isahella. dau. of James Lewis, E.sq.,
aBd by her \who d. 22 Dec. 1SS9; had issue, John and
Henrietta.

3 Henry, served in Spain, i7. ,'. p.

4 Warhara, an officer in tlie IVrtli liitiis, (?. .t.?). June, 1886.
6 Charles, of Sunbury, co. Cork, m. Miss Uowies. d. 2i

Dec. lt.7o, «. p.

1 Elizabeth, <^. unm.

2 Barbara, m. John Boston, M.D. of Midlelon, co. Cork,
and d. 1654, leaving issue.

3 Anne, m. Stephen Jermyn Masters, Esq.. and d. 1830.

4 Jane, m. John Bowles, Esq. of Ballinvilla.

6 Louisa, m. William Garde, Esq. of Bilberry, and d. 1834,
leaving issue.

HI John, Barrister-at-Law, of Ballymagooley, co. Cork, b.

1770 ; d. unm. 30 March, 1817, and was bur. at Cloneiral.
IV. Alexander, //. 1773, m. Mary, d.iu. of Thomas Uhames,

Esq. of CO. Wicklow, by whom he had issue, Alieia, ,ii.

1842, William Whitton, Esq. of Dublin. He d. 19 May,

18-9, and was bur. at Clonegal.
■y. Robert Atkins, of Crancmore Ilonse, co. Carlow, J. P.

and D.L., m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Garde, Esq. of

Ballindiiiess, co. Cork, who d. 1852. He d. 5 Jan. 1841,

leaving issue,

1 Alexander Warham (Rev.), (West Parade, Norwich), m.
7 Oct. 1847, Lydia, only cliild of Uobert Pitcher, Esq. of
Kenwick Hall, co. Norfolk, J. P. ; d. s.p. 18 Aug. 1889.

2 Thomas Garde, IncunUjent of Oldeastle, co. Meath, m.
Charlotte, dau. of Antony Browne, Esq. of Eath^ar,
Imbliii, J. P., and has issue.

3 Charles (iarde, b. 1814, Barrister-at-Law, d.unm. 181.3.

4 Robert Garde, b. 1818; m. Fidelia, only dau. of William
Durdin, Esq. of Huntington Castle, and d. 19 Oct. It78,
leaving issue.

VI. William Leadeb, of whom presently.

VII. Michael, 6. 1782, left issue tsvo sons, and a dau.

I. Margaret, m. Thomas McCarthy, Esq. of Heathfleld, near
Touglial, and of Dublin, liy whom she had four sons.

LI. Sarah to. John Revell, Esq. of Ardoyne, co. Carlow, and
tad issue, a son and a dau.

III. Jane, m. Capt. Roche, but left no issue.

IV. Barbara, m. Henry Beere, Esq. of Black Castle, co.
Kildare, by whom she had two dans.

V. Harriette, d. unm. at Huntington Castle, 21 March, 1872.
Mr. Durdin d. 20 Sept. 1807, aged 95. His Gth son,

William Leader Ddbdin, Esq. of Huntington Castle, co.
Carlow, B.A., M.D., b. 18 Dec. 1778, m. April, 1820, Mary
Anne, dau. of William Drury, Esq. of Baliiiiderry, co. Wick-
low, and by her (who if. 13 April, 1883) had issue, Alexandkr,
liis heir; Fidelia, m. her cousin Robert Garde Durdin, Esq.
Mr. Durdin d. 1 Jan. 1849. His eldest son,

Alesanoee DnEDiN, Esq. of Huntington Castle, co. Carlow,
and of Albany, Monkstown, co. Dublin, LL.D., J. P., b. G
March, 1821 : m. 6 Sept. 1851, Melian Jones, 2nd dau. of the
late Mathew llayman, Esq., J. P. {sec IIayman of Suutli Abbtt/),
and d. 4 June, 1892, leaving issue,

I. Helen Alexandrina Melian. m. as above.

II. Flunnce Amy, m. 14 Feb. lsy:i, A. F. Beasley, Esq.

III. Melian Lucy Anne, m. 16 Sept. 1««6, W. Holloway, Esq.

IV. Hanieite Emily Hayman, m. R. W. B. F'rizeli, Esq.

Arms — Gu. on a fesse between three wolves' heads erased
close to the skull arg. a man in chains all ppr. Crest — A dexter
cutit arm erect holding a falchion enlilcd with an antique
crown all ppr. Motto — Raniis inicat radix.

Seats — Huntington Caslle, co. Carlow; Thornleigh, Clapliam
Common ; I'he Cedars, South Hackney.

Cirtta — Atheii«eum and Savile.



KOBERTSON OF PAL:6 AND
L.LANTYSILIO HALL,

EoBEETSON, Sir IIenky Beyer, Knt. of Pale,
CO. Mericneth, and of LlaiitjsilioUiilJ, co. Denbigh,
J. P. and D.L., iligli Sheriif 1892, b. 4 May, 18G2 ;
m. 20 Nov. ly'JU, Florence Marj, eld. dau. of
Jo.sepli Andrew Keates, Esq. of Llantjsilio Hall.
Sir 11. B. Kobertson received the honour of Kniglit-
hood 1890. He was educated at Eton and Jesus
Coll. Cambridge (B.A. 188-1).

Lineage.— IIenrt Robertson, Esq. of Paid, many years
M.P. for Shrewsbury and for co. Merioneth (son of Duncan
EoberlEon, by his wife Christian Anderson), m. 1846, Eliza-



' bcth, dau. of William Dean, Esq. of London, and by he? had
an only son and three daus.,
Henry Beyer, now of Pale and Llantysilio Hall.
Elizabeth, Mrs. Wilson.
Annie (deceased), Mrs. Sherriff. Iltiiiietta,

Mr. Robertson d. 22 March, 1888.

Scats— V'aXi!, Corwen ; and Llantysilio Hall, Llangollen.
tYu 6— Brooks'.





ROBERTSON-REID OF GALLOWFLAT.

Kobkutson-Reid, Francis, Esq. of Gallowflat,;
CO. Lanark, J.P. and D.L., Hon. Col. 5th V.B.
Highland Light Infantry, b. 5 May, 1822; m. 3
April, 1849, Helen, dau. of Robert Leitch, Esq. of
Greenock, and grandilau. of the late Adam John-
ston, Esq. of Greenock, Collector of Customs, and
by her who d. 1881, has issue,

I. John, 6. 13 Aug. 1852; m. his cousin, Amy Leitch, and (i.
24 Jan. IS92, leaving issue two daus.

II. F'bancis, b. 14 May, 1857, late Capt. Lanarkshire Militia. ,;

I. Abigail Johnstone, m. Thomas Inglis Scott, Esq.

II. Agnes Smith, m. Charles Hogendorp Campbell, Esq.

Lineagre. — Fbancis Reid, Esq. m. Jean, dau. of Patriefe

Robertson, Esq. Writer to the Signet, of Gallowflat (whlel*
property he acquired in 1759),and sister of Andrew Kobertson>
Esq. of Gallowflat, and by her had issue, a son,

John Rodertson-Reid, Esq. s. to Gallowflat, at the death oi
his matern.al uncle, Andrew Robertson, Esq. aforesaid; 6.
27 May, 1787 ; m. 20 Sept. 1820, Agnes dau. of William Smithy.
Esq. and by her (who d. 20 Oct. 1802) had issue,

I. Francis, now of Gallowflat. il. John, d. s. p.

III. James, m. Joanna, diiu. of James Watson, Esq., and d.
leaving two sons and one dau.

I. Janet, m. Robert Barclay, Esq., and d. lea\ing a dau. wilO

Ml. Francis Martin, Esq., \V.S., Edinburgh.

Mr. J. Rohertson-Reid d. 28 Oct. 1860, and was s. by his eldcflti

Sun.

-Seat— GaUowflat, Rutherglen, N.B.



BOBINSON OF DENSTOIT HALL.

EoBiNSON, Christopher William, Esq. of
Denston Hall, Suiiolk, and BuUingham House, co.
Cambridge, J.P. and D.L. for the latter co., b. 23
Jan. 1830, assumed the surname and arms of
Jeaffreson, under the will of Gen. Jeaffreson, of
Dulliughum House, and in 1857 that of Robinson
only, by tlie testamentary injunction of William
Henry Robinson, Esq. of Denston ; m. 17 Feb.
1870, Mary, elder dau. of Jolin Dunn Gardner,
Esq. of Chatteris, co. Cambridge, by Mary, liis Isfc
wife, dau. of A. Lawson, Esq. of Boroughbridj
Hall, CO. York.

Lineage. — Christopher Jeaffreson, Esq. of Dulling-
ham, b. 12 July, 1699, J. P., M.P. for the town of Cambridge,
m. Elizabetli, Srddau.of Sir John Sluickburgh, Bart, of Shuck- ]
burgh, and d. 18 Jan. 1748, leaving a son and heir,

Christopher Jeaffreson, Es.^. of Dullingham, m. SaraJi,
dau. of Francis Deyrell, Esq. of ShudyCami-s, co. Cambridge,
and by her (who d. June, 1792) he left at his decease, 26 Sept.
1789 (with a dau. Sarah Elizabeth, who d. unm. 11 May, 1804),
a son and heir,

Christopher Jeaffreson, Esq. of Dullingham, a Lieitt.-
Gen. and Col. Cambridgeshire Local Militia, m. 1795, Harriet,
Viscountess Gormanston, relict of Anthony, 11th Viscount,
and dau. of John Robinson, Esq. of Denston Hall, Suffolk, and
by her (wlio d. 1826) had an only dsu. and heir, Harriet.
Lieut. -Gen. Jeaffreson, J.P. and D.L., d. 22 Oct. 1824, and was
«. by his dau.,

Harriet Jeaffrf.son, also eventual heir to her maternal
grandfather, John Robinson, Esq. of Denston Hall. She m.
23 Tune, 1827, William Pigott, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 3rd son,o£
Sir George Pigott, Bart, of Ivnapton, and d. 12 March, 1838,
leai-ing by him (who vi. 2ndly, 18 Oct. 1847, Charlotte Maria
(d. 8 Sept. 1884), dau. of Col. Boland and widow of Gen. Lord
Keane,G.C.B., and d. 23 March 1875), a son and two daus.,

Christopher William, now of Denston Hall.

Ada, m. 15 March, 1»53, John Dunn Gardner, Esq. oli
Chatteris, co. Cambridge, and has issue,



E0J3



THE LANDED GENTIIY.



KOB



1725



JVlRemon Charles Wyndham, b. 12 Dec. 1S53.
Ada ilaiictta.
Harriet.

Sgfit— DuUingham House, Newmarket, co. Cambridge ; and
' DenstOQ Hall, Suffulli.



ROBINSON OF SILKSWORTH.

EoBiNsoy, William Gkey, Esq. of Silksworth
Hall, CO. Durliam, M.A. Magdalen Coll. Oxford, b.
, 14 Aug. 184G.

Xiineagre. — Thomas Rubikson, E?;q. of Sunderland, co.
Durham, m. 1727, Margiiret, eldest dau. and co-heir (with her
sii'er Anne, the wife of Sir William Middleton, Bart., M.P., of
Eelsay Castle, co. Northumberland) of William Ettrick, Esq. of
Silksworth, by Elizabeth his wife, eldest dau. and co-heir of
, George Middleton, Esq. of Silksworth, who represented a
• younger branch of Middletox o/ Bdmy. Mr. Eoliiiison had
fasue by his wife, Margaret, who d. 27 March, 1762,

I. William, his heir.

II. Thomas, b. 1728 ; d. 13 Aug. 173G.

I. Arme, lii. 8 Sept. 1757, Chipehase Grey, Esq. of Norton,
and formerly of Sunderland, co. Durham (su jietZH/ree of
Gket, MTjrftT Scdkfield or Hurivortli\ and had issue, be-
sides twodaus., Margaret and Anne, three sons,

John, 6. 11 June, 1760 ; d. s. p.
AVilliam, h. (> March, 17G3; d. s.p.

Thomas Kobinson, of Norton, co. Durham, J.P., a Liout.-
Col. in the army, b. 1 July, 1767; m. 10 Blaieh, 1796,
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Hogg, Esq. of Norton, and
Durham, and by her (who d. 19 Oct. l34») left issue, at
his death, 17 June, 1833,

1 Thomas Robinson, of Norton. J. P. and D.L.. Major
South Durham Militia, 6. 25 May, IsOl : m. 16 Sept.
1856, Lucy, youngest dau. of Major-Gen. Kobeit Wil-
liam Mills, of Willington House, co. Durham, M.r.,
but d. 13 Dec. following. She d. 21 Aug. 1893.
^ WiLLi.^M KiiBiNSON, of Sllkswcrth.

3 John, of The I'arklands, co. Gloucester, J. P. for that
CO. and for Durham, 6. 24 July, 1806: m. 1st, 6 Nov.
iS55, Marianne, 3rd dau. of Elias Arnaud, Esq. of
Liverpool, and by her has issue, John Chipchase (Kev.),
b. 22 Sept. 1857; Thomas Robinson, 6. 4 Nov. 1862;
Emily Marianne, m. 27 July, 1893, George Broadbent,
Esq. He m. 2ndly, 2 Oct. 1867, Elizabeth, dau. of John
Marriott, Esq. of AshfordHall, co. Salop, andcZ. 21 May,
1888.

1 Elizabeth An:ie, d. tmm. 17 May, 1373.

2 Margaret, d. unm. 25 May, 1883.
.3 Harriet, d. Feb. 1847.

4 Maria, m. 18 July, 1839, herseeond cousin, Rev. J. W.
Smith (formerly Grey), Rector of Dinsdale, and has
issue (sf« Smith of Ryhope).

Ml Chipchase Grey d. 2 Aug. 1821, his wife having pre-
deceased him 9 March, 1787.

II. Margaret, d. unm. 25 March, 1819.

in. Elizabeth, m. 20 April, 1763, Adam Scott, BI.D. of
Sunderland, and d. s. p. 6 Sept. 1765.
Mr. Robinson d. 1736, and was s. by his elder son,

William Rceinson, Esq. of Bishop Wearmouth, Capt. in
the Dragoons, bapt. 23 Nov. 1727 ; m. 5 Aug. 175C-,
Elizabeth, dau. of Buckley Butler, of Kilkenny, Ireland, by
■whom (who d. 18 Oct. 181S) he had an only surviving son and
heir,

William Ror.rNsoy, Esq. of Silksworth Ilall, who s. to that
«state, as heir of entail, on the death of his great-aunt. Lady
Middleton, 1763. He was b. 21 June, 1757, and d. 31 Oct. 1834,
lunm., devising by his will, dated 19 Dec. 1827, the family
lestates to his cousin,

William Eobinsok Robinson, Esq. of Silksworth Ilall, co.
Durham, J.P. and D.L., b. 17 July, 1804; m. 2 May, 1839,
Ills second cousin, Sarah Dorothy, only surviving dau. of
William Grey, Esq. of Norton, co. Durham, and by her had
dssue,

I. William Gret, M.A. Magdalen Coll. Oxford, 6. 14
Aug. l^ta.

II. Thomas Middleton, Capt. Army Pay Department, &. 27
Jan. 1849; m. 24 July. 1884, Jessie, youngest dau. of the late
Charles Drummond Bailey, Esq. of Charlton Musgrove, co.
Somerset, J.P.

tii. John George, 6. 19 Aug. 1852 ; d. in Jamaica 5 July,
18S4.

J. Sarah Margaret, m. at the British Legation, Brussels,
1? Oct. 186.=i, Lieut.-Col. William Williamson, 85th Regt.,
■who d. 25 Feb. 1873, leaving issue, William Hopper,
18th Hussars, 6. 13 March, 1867, and Lillie Grey (see Wil-
liamson of Wldckham).

fii. Elizabeth Joanna. ;ii. Maria Anne.

TV. Harriet Grey.
Mr. liobiiisoa was son of Lieut.-Col. Thomas Robinson Grey,



of Norton, co. Durham, J.P. and D.L., and by royal licence,
dated 22 Sept. 1838, he and his issue were authorized to take
the surname of Eobinsun only, and also bear the arms of
Robinson. He d. 28 Jan. 1888, and was «. by his eldest
son.

Arms — Vert, guttee d'eau, on a chevron, between three bucks
trippant or, as many cinquefoils gu.,for Kobinson ; quarterings,
Ettrick, Middleton, Strivelyn, IIeyton, Wharton, Kirby,
Aybe, Guey, (fee. C-rest — A buck or, supporting with his dexter
fore-leg an escutcheon quarterly gu. and or, in the 1st quarter
a cross fiery arg. Motto — Post Nubila Phoebus.

Seat — Silksworth Hall, near Sunderland. Reiidence —
Quedgeley House, Gloucester.

Club — Junior Carlton.



ROBINSON O.F KNAPTON.
EoBiNsox, Henet Mattuew Coopee, Esq. of
Knapton House, co. Norfolk, M.A. Camb., J. P., h.
18 Sept. 1851 ; m. 15 June, 1876, Margaret Lucy,
2nd dau. of Jobn Ketton, Esq. of Felbrigge Hall,
Norfolk, and lias issue,

I. Henky Cooper, b. 11 Sept. 1879.

I. Evelyn Rachel Lucy. ii. Constance Ellen.

III. Gladys Lyndsay.

Lineage. — George Robinson, Esq. of Knapton House,
CO. Norfolk, J. P., had an appointment in the Trinity House,
m. Hannah, dau. of Henry Atkinson, Esq. of Bacton, Norfolk,
and had an only son,

Sib Heney Robissoit, Knt., C.B., of Knapton House, J.P.
and D.L., Standard-bearer and Lieut. Commanding the Queen's
Body Guard of Geutlemen-at-Arms, b. 1805; vi. 14 July, 1842,
Lucy, youngest dau. of William Dodge Cooper-Cooper, Esq.
of Toddington Manor, Beds (see Cooper of Toddingion Manor j,
and had issue,

Henry Matthew Cooper, now of Knapton House.

Constance, ra. Ptev. W. H. (Jouke, M.A., Yicar of St.
Saviour's, Norwich.

Elizabeth Caroline.

Lucy Henrietta aiaria, to. 11 -Sept. 1866, Capt. Albert Battis-
combe, P..N.

Georgina Lindsay.
Sir Henry Robinson d. 1879, and wis s. by his eldest son, the
present Henry Matthew Cooper Kobinson, Esq. of Knapton
House.

Seai— Knapton House, near North Walsham, Norfolk.



ROBINSON OF LYNHALES.

RoBiNSOX, Stephex, Esq. of Lvnhales, co. Here-
ford, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1871, b. 1829; m.
1863, Mary Louisa, dau. of John Speir Heron, Esq.,
and by her has had issue,

I. Stephen Heron, 6. 1865 ; d. 1833.

II. Stewart, b. 1869.

III. John Speir, 6. 1876.

I. Susan Grace, vi. Francis Lyndon Evelyn, Esq. of Kinsham
Court, CO. Radnor.

II. Edith Maud.
m. Mary Lilian.

IV. Helen Muriel Stephanie.

Mr. Eobinson is second son of the late John
Robinson, Esq. of Ravensha-vv, Skipton, co. York,
by Susannah, dau. of Thomas Harrison, Esq. of
Thorlby-in-Craven, co. York.

Scat — Lynhales, Kington, co. Hereford.



KOBINSON OF POSTON COURT.

Robinson, Edwaed Lewis Gavix, Esq. of
Poston Court, co. Hereford, J.P. and D.L., b. 3
Nov. 1837 ; m. 2 Oct. 1872, Harriet Egbertha Lucy
{b. 1852 ; Patron of Turnaston, co. Hereford), only
dau. of Francis Harrison, Staff Surgeon, H.E.I.C.S.,
and has had issue,

I. Robert Brathwaite, J. 27 April, 187C.

II. Theodore Eamsay, d. an infant.

III. Ralph Spencer, 6. 11 May, 1837.

I. Edith Lucy Gavin, d. an infant.

II. Mabel Frances Ga'i'in.



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III. Beatrieo Mary Gavin.

IV. Sylvia Dorothy Gavin.

V. Margaret Gavin.

Liineag'e — Ralph KoiiiNsox, Ksq. of Kcpycr Hospital,
Diu'liain, 6. 1655; <.(. 174o, Icaviiij;- by his witc Isabel (h. 1003;
il. 17oS), a son,

William Robisson, Esq., 6. lOOb; d. 1757. By Jlary his
wife he left issue,

I. Willi.im, Secretary to II. M. Board of Works, m. Clara,
dan. of George Lowe, Esq. ul llaunitou Court, uudti. 10 Oct.
1775, having had issue,

1 George, of Bath, J. P. and r.L. of Surrey, Middlesex,
and Somerset, ex-Governor of Senegal, m. Elizabeth
(.irace, dau. and co-heir of Mihvard Howe, Esq., Chief
Clerk of the Treasury, and rf. '.iO Dec. ia22, having by her
(Who d. 2 Jan. 1830) had issue,

William Eowe, Capt. S4th Regt., d. iinm. 1800.
Thomas, Secretary Board of Trade, d. -unm. 1816.
George Henry, Major 25th Bengal L.I., m., and had two

daus. He d. 1850.
Charles Eretteriek, R.N.. m. Eleanor, dau. of John Hel-
yas Roche, Esq. of Clonwerk, and d. 1865, having had
issue,

Lionel George, of Kensington.

Charles John, Vicar of Horsham, author of Castles of
Ihr:j'ordshire, <fcc., vi. 1st, Matilda, dau. of George
St. Vincent, Esq.: 2ndly, Emma Harriet Agnes, dau.
of Rev. R. Croker, of Croom Castle, Limeiiek, and
has, with other issue, Lionel George Croker, b. 1807.
Clara, d. iinm.

ilaria Erances, m. Arthur Raymond, Esq., Secretary to
the Admiralty.
Charlotte Eliza, m. James Bascvi (uncle of Lord

lieaconsfield).
Emma Julia, m. Capt. George de Winton.

2 Thomas, J. P. for Middlesex and Surrey, Capt. 6th
Dragoon Guards, d. 2 Eeb. 1809, unm.

3 John, Clerk of Works at Kew, d. unm. 1774.

IT. Thomas, of SheflBeld House, Kensington, m. 1st, Anne,
dau. of Frederick Pavonarius, page to ijeokge HI., and by
her had a son, Frederick, Ch. Ch. Oxon, d. unm,. April, 1788.
He ni. 2ndly, Mary Kirby; and 3rdly, Margaret {b. 1742, (;.
14 July. 1817;, dau. of Sir Thomas Cave, Bart. ; and d. 18
April, 1810.

III. RoBEKT, of whom presently.
I. Mary, m. Robert Kelsby, Esq. of Durham.
iL Isabel, Hi. William Davidson, Esq. of Sunderland.
The 3rd son,

Robert Robinson, Esq. of Edinburgh, b. 1734 ; an architect,
';;(. Catherine, dau. of Alexander Gavin, Esq., and sister of
David Gavin, Esq. of Langton, Berwick,* and d. 1794, having
had issue,
Alexander.

Christina Maria, m. Robert Bissett, LL.D., author of Life of
Burke, and by him (who d. 18U5) had issue, two daus.

The son,

Alexantjer Ramsay Robinson, Esq. of Sheffield House,
Kensington, Superintendant of Royal Farms at Kew and
"Windsor, m. 5 Sept. 1795, Lucy, dau. of Robert Lewis, Esq.,
and d. 27 Oct. 1824, leaving issue,

I. Thoma.s, of Sheffield House, 6. 29 May, 1796; m. April,
1824, Frcdeiica Emma Laura, dau. and heiress of Sir George
Charles Brathwaite Boughton, Bart.,t of Boston Court co.
Hereford, and d. Sept. 1»80, having by her (b. 1805 ; d. 1873)
had issue,

Frederick Ramsay, 6. 1S27 : d. unm. 1871.
Lucy, d. unm. Elizabeth, d. unm.

Flora, d. unm.

Harriet, 6. 1825, d. 1852, having m. Francis Harrison, J Staff
Surgeon, H.E.I.C.S., and had issue, Harriet Egbertha

* David Gavin left no surviving i-;sue by his 1st marriage, with
Christina Mary Hersey, but by his 2nd wife, Lady Elizabeth
Maitland, eldest dau. of the 7th Eail of Lauderdale, he left
lour daus.,

1 Mary Turne:, m. 1st, Marquis of Breadalbine.

2 Christina .ilaria Hcisey, m. Robert Baird, Esq. of Kew-
byth.

3 Eli7a>cth, d. unm.

-> i)avid (a dau.), d.unm.

t Sir G. C. Brathwaite Boughton, Bart., was a cadet of the
old Westmorland family of Brathwaite of Ambleside. He was
the 2nd and last Baronet of that family, and took the name of
V.oughton on his marriage with Eliza, natural dau. and devisee
(if the real estate of Sir Edward Boughton, Bart., of Boston
Court. She afterwards married Newton Dickenson, Esq. of
Syston Court, Gloucestershire, and iZ. in 1856, leaving by him
several children.

{ Francis Harrison was a younger son (by Ann Eliza,
ddu. of Major Gustavus Nicolls) of the Rev. William Harrison,
Vicar of Fareham and Canon of Winchester, whose Bister.
Esther, m. the 6th Earl of Guildford.



Lucy, who m. Edward Lewis Gavin Robinson, Esq. oS
Boston Court (as above).
II. Robert Tetlow, of whom presently.
I. Lucy Margaret, d. unin, 1871.
The 2nd son,

Robert Tetlow Robinson, Esq. of Langton Cottage, Mill-
brook, b. 1800; m. 1st, 1835, Mary Limbiey, dau. of Joseph,
Blakey Spencer,* Esq. of Hurstwood, co. Lancaster, and by
her (who d. 1864) had issue,

I. Edward Lewis Gavin, now of Poston Court.

II. Lewis Limbiey, 6. 1839; d. unm. 1879.

in. Alexander Ramsay, b. 1843 ; d. unm. 1864.

IV. Robert Henry Dansey, b. 1852.

Jlr. Robinson m. 2ndly, Mary Anne, dau. of Joseph Moore,
Esq. of Lincoln, by Amelia, younger dau. of Rev. Thomas
Roe, and by her had a son,

V. Arthur Ramsay, 6. 1869.
Mr. Robinson d. 1S82.

-SVaJ— Poston Court, Pctcrchurch, near Hereford.



ROBINSON OF KEEDLEY HALL.

EoBiNSON, William Peart, Esq. of Eeedley
Hall, CO. Lancaster, J.P. h. 22 Oct. 1861 ; m. 13
Jan. 1887, Edith Mary, dau. of James Eadley^
Esq. of Liverpool, and by her has issue,

I. William Esmond Peakt, b. 5 Dec. 1891.

I. Edith Sylvia I'eart.

II. Dorothy Peart.

Lineage. — The Robinsons have been seated in Lancashire
for three centuries and are Lords of the Manor of Chatburn in,
that county.

William Robinson, Esq. J.P. of Settle, co. York, m. Jane,
dau. of John Peart, Esq. of Settle, and d. 1871, leaving, with
other issue, a son,

William Robinson, Esq. of Reedley Bank, Lanca-shire, J.P.
for that CO. and for the West Riding of Yorkshire, and a
banker at Burnley, m. 1857, Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. John
Taylor Allen, Vicar of Stradbrooke, by Mary Eleonora, dau.
of the Rev. Thomas Drake, D.D., Vicar of Rochdale, andi
Elconore his wife, dau. of Robert Dobyns Yate, Esq. of Ever-
batch. Mr. William Robinson d. 1881, leaving by his wife, who,
(/. 1882,

I. W^iLLiAM Peakt, of Reedley Hall.

II. John Gorges, 'm,. Ellen Cochrane, dau. of Dr. Drj-sdale Po-
lenz.

III. Edmund Allen.

I. Emily Beatrice, m. Herrvon Elenz, of Cuncwalde, Saxonj',
and has issue, George and Marie Helcne.

II. Mary Adelaide.

III. Frances Madeline, m. Robin Barrett, Esq. of Skiptoii
Castle, and has issue, Monica Dulcibella.

Mr. William Robinson d. 1881, aud was s. by his eldest son.

iSeat — Reedley Hall, Burnley, Lancashire.



EOCH OF BUTTER HILL.

EoCH, Geokge Powell, Esq. of Butter Hill,
CO. Pembroke, h. 18 April, 1875 ; s. his father 1889.

Lineag'e.— George RocH, Esq. of Butter Hill, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff co. Pembroke 1841, in. Martha Jane, only
dau. of Rev. W'illiam F"ord Protheroe, of Stone Hall, co. Pem-
broke, and d. 1808. His 2nd son,

William Francis Roch, Esq. of Butter Hill, J.P., Highi
Sheriff 1870, Capt. Pembroke Yeomanry, late Lieut. R.N., b.
1849; s. his brother 1858; m. 1874, Emily Catherine Powell,
2nd dau. of Walter Rice Howell Powell, Esq., M.P., of Macs-
gwynne, co. Carmarthen, and had issue,

Georoe Powell, now of Butter Hill.

Walter Francis.

William Protheroe.

Mary Catherine.
Capt. Rochrf. 21 July, 1889.

<SeaJ— Butter Hill, Haverfordwest.



ROCHE OF GRANAGH CASTLE AND
RYE HILL.

EocHE, TnoMAS Eedington, Esq. of Eye Hill,
CO. Galway, Granagh Castle, co. Kilkenny, and

* Of this family the poet, Edmund Spenser, was a member.



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Moyvanine, co. Limerick, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff CO. Galway 1869, h. 14 July, 1837 ; m. 8
Sept. 1858, Jane Ehzabeth, 5th clau. of Anthony
ChtJ'e, Esq. of Bellerue, co. Wesford, and has hud
issue,

I. Stephen, 6. 14 Nov. 1859.

II. Anthony, 6. 16 April, 18G2.

III. Thomas James, h. 25 July, 1863.

IV. Charles, b. 16 Sept. 1867.

V. George Philip, h. 21 Nov. 18C9.

I. Eleanor Mary, a nun. ii Isabella Theresa.

III. Cecilia Jane d. in infancy.

Liineag'e.— This family of



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