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Mr. G. Eoper is the sou of the late Eoper Stotr.
Donnison Eowe Eoper, Esq. of Tritndon, co. Dur-
ham, who m. 25 Oct. 1838. Jemima Margaret, dau...
of the Ecv. John Gilpin, of Sedbury Park, York-
Residence — The Grove, Richmond, Yorks.


Eoper-Caldbeck, William Caldbeck, Esq. of
Moyle Park, co. Dublin, J.P., Capt. oth batt. Eoyal
Dublin EusUiers (County of Dublin Militia), B.A.
Trin. Coll. Dublin, h. 28 Jan. 1855.

Liineag-e. — William Roper, Esq. of Blitterlccs, to. 2.%
Nov. 1727, Elizabeth Sealby, and had issue, Thomas, bapt. 13
April, 1729; d. at Blitterlces, 14 Jan. 1799, aged 70; Joiix,
of whom presently; Joseph, bapt. 1737; and Mary, bapt. 3
Feb. 1733. The second .son,

John- Roper, Esq. of Kingsidehill, bapt. 9 May, 1730, was-
bur. 10 Oct. 1788, aged 58, and left, by F'rances his wife (who
d. 24 Jan. 1815, with two sons, Thomas, and John, who d. in
infancy, a son,

William Roper, Esq. of Kingsidehill, bapt. at Blittcrlees,
11 June, 1777, and was bur. there 26 April, 1833, aged 56,
and left by Catherine Penry his wife (who d. 24 Jan. 1815) a.






Thomas KoPEB, Esq. of Moylo Park, Clondalkin,co. Dublin,
J.P., b. 29 Aug. 1819 ; m. 20 Aug. 1850, Dora, dau. of Francis
Cope Caldbeck, Esq., and d. 27 Aug. 1887, leaving by her,
wbo d. 12 June, 1885, a son, William Caldbeck Ropee-Cald-
BECK, now of Moyle Park, and a dau. Annie Frances, m. 28
Jan. 1875, Major Cecil Murphy, Royal Artillery, and has issue,
Lionel; Louis; Cecile; and Dora.

J^amilg of Calbbtth.

William Caldbeck, Esq., King's Coun=el, Col. of the
Lawyers' Artillery Volunteers, at the time of the Rebellion,
and Treasurer of King's Inns, of Clondalkin and Larch Hill,
Whit«church, co. Dublin, d. 6 Sept. 1803, aged 70, and was
bur. at Clondalkin, having m. Anne Keatiuge, and by her
(who d. 21 June, 1821, aged 76) had issue,

I. William, of whom hereafter.

II. Frederick, m. Eliza Pearson, niece or grand-niece of
Bishop Pcaison, and had issue, 1 William, J. P. and D.L.
(High SheritT) of Moyle Park, d. unm. leaving that pro-
perty to his cousin William Caldbeck Eoper-Caldbeck,
Esq. now of Moyle Park: 2 Richard, d. s. p. and Fanny,
d. unm.

III. Harry, went abroad and was not heard of again.

The eldest son,

WiLUAM Caldbeck, Esq., ni. Anne, dau. of — Graham, of
W. Kent, and had issue,

I. William Eaton, of Lisburn. co. Antrim, d. 1858 ; m. Amy,
dau. of the late Joseph Fulton, Esq. of Lisburn, and had

1 Thomas Fulton, of Eaton Brae, co. Dublin, b. 1821 ; c7.
1891 ; m. 1851, Charlotte, dau. of William Stewart,
M.D. of Lisburn, and had issue, William Eaton, -;/;.
1890, Sara, dau. of Mr. J. Watliins, and has issue, two

1 Emily, m. Col. J. Thompson, of BaUyherin, co. Done-
gal, and had issue.

II. Fkancis Cope, of whom we treat.
The younger son,

Fkancis Cope Caldbeck, Esq., wa.i given the freedom of the
city of Dublin, in 1817, and left by Anne Curran his wife, the
niece of John Philpot Curran, Esq., which lady d. 27 Jan.
1867, a son William Francis Cope {in. Annabelle, dau. of —
Hugo, and had issue, William Cope, Lieut. 87th Eegt., 6. 15
Dec. 1867; Francis Curran ; and Florence), and a dau. Dora,
m. as above, Thomas Roper, Esq., J. P., and had issue,
William Caldbeck Ropeb-Caldbeck, now of Moyle Park.

Seat — Moyle Park, Clondalkin, co. Dublin.

Clubs — Junior United Service, S.W. and University, Dub-


EosE, James, Esq. of Kilravock Castle, co. Xairn,
Lord Lieiitenant for that County, Major retired list
of H.M.'s Indian army, served for 2-4 years in India,
before, during, and after the mutiny, b. 21 March.
1820; in. 15 Jan. 1850, Anna Maria* dau. of Lieul.-
Gen. George Twemlow, R.A., by Anna Maria
D'Oyly, his wife, and by her (who d. 13 May, 18G7)
had issue,

I. Hugh, Capt. 42nd Rcgt., Black Watch (Royal High-
landers), b. 10 Aug. 1863.

II. John, Lieut. 98th (2nd batt. N. Staffordshire) Regt., b. 11
Jan. 1866.

I. Catherine Isabella Ellen, m. Rev. Arthur Frederick Pope,

of The Furlong, Tring.
n. Elizabeth Margaret.

Xiineag'e. — The family of Roos, or Rose, was settled in
Nairnshire temp. Alexander III. Hugh Rose, of Geddes, by
marriage with the heir of the Bysets, of Lovat,acquired the lands
ef Kilravock, and had a crown charter of the barony from Kinc
John (Balliol). From that period the estate has descended
lineally to the present proprietor, and, what is uncommon,
every link of the pedigree is proved by documents among the
public records, or in the family charter chest. In 1460, Hugh
Rose, then of Kilravock, by a license from the Lord of the
Isles, built the present castle, which stands on the bank of the
river Nairn. The baron of Kilravock, in 1560, used a seal of
the family arms, with the inscription, S. Hur/onis ros Earoni.t
— a style very unusual in Scotland, but which seems to have
been adopted by many of the lairds of Kilravock. The repre-
sentative of the family in the 15th century,

Hugh Rose, of Kilravock, built the old tower of Kilravock.
1460. He m, Moir, dau. of Malcolm Mackintosh, of that ilk.

and had three sons, Hugh, his heir ; Alexander, progenitor
of the Roses of Holme {which set) ; and William. He d. 1493,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Hugh Rose, of Kilravock, served heir to his father, 20 May,
1496, from whom derived, 5th in deseunt,

Hugh Rose, of Kilravock, Col. of the Inverness-shire Regt.
for Duke Hamilton's engagement. He m. May, 1648, Mar-
garet, dau. of Sir John Sinclair, of Dunbeath,andhadtwoson'^,
Hugh, his heir, and John of Wester R;iriches. CoL Rose d.
March, 1649, and was s. by his elder son,

Hugh Rose, of Kilravock, m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of Sir
Robert Innes, of that ilk, by whom he had (with lour younger
sons, all of whom d. s. p.) Hugh, his heir, and two daus.,
Margaret and Elizabeth. He m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of
Alexander, 16th Lord Forbes, and by her had five sons, Alex-
ander, Col. of Dragoons; William, George, and Arthur, all
d. unm. ; and John, who practised as a Physician for several
years in Ireland, where he m. and left a son, John Rose, Esq.
Hugh Rose d. 1687, and was s. by his eldest son,

Hugh Rose, of liilravock, Sheriff of Ross, and one of those
named by the last Scots' Parliament, to represent Scotland in
the first British Parliament 1707. He m. 1st, Margaret, eldest
dau. of Sir Hugh Campbell, of Calder, and by her had a son,
Hugh, his heir. He m. 2ndly, Jean, dau. of James Eraser, of
Brae, and 3rdly, Catherine Porteous, and by the last only had
further issue, two sons, Arthur, Capt. in the army ; and Alex-
ander, a Merchant in Carolina. Mr. Rose d. 1732. His eldest
son and successor,

Hugh Rose, of Kilravock, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dan. of Sir
Lewis Grant, of Grant, by whom be had two sons, Hugh, his
heir, and Lewis. He -ni. 2ndly, Jean, eldest dau. of Hugli
Rose, of Broadley, and by her had two sons, John and George,
both ofiBcers in the army, and six daus., Margaret, m. V); .
Joshua Mackenzie, of Edinburgh; Henriet, to. Sir William,
Dunbar, Bart, of Hempriggs; Anne, ?;i. Sir H. Munro, Bart,
of Foulis ; Alexandrina; Jean, vi. Duncan Ross, of Kindeace,
CO. Ross; and Caroline. Mr. Rose d. 1755, and was s. by Ins^
eldest son,

Hugh Rose, Esq. of Kilravock, Advocate, to. Elizabeth, dau.
of Col. William Clephane, descended from the ancient family
of Carslogie, in Fife, and by her had (with a son, Hugh, who
d. s. p.) a dau. and heir,

Elizabeth Rose, of Kilravock, -ni. June, 1779, her cousia
Hugh Rose, and by him (who d. 1 Xuv. 1780) left at her de-
cease, Nov. 1815, a son and heir,

Hugh Rose, of Kilravock, Vice-Lieut, co. Nairn, and Col.
of the Nairnshire Militia, m. 1st, Katherine, dau. of Col. Joha
Baillie, of Dunain, co. Inverness, and by her had issue,

Hugh, his heir.

John Baillie, successor to his brother Hugh.
George Henry, d. unm.

Isabella, yti. Cosmo Innes, Esq., Advocate, Edinburgh, and
had issue,

Elizabeth, vi. P. Grant, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., and is deceased.
Margaret, m. W. Dcaltry, Esq. of the Colonial Office,

Katharine, to. D. Cunninghaue, Lieut. -Col. H.E.I.C.S.,
He m. 2ndly, 22 April, 1819, Catherine, dau. of Mackintosh
of Farr, and by her (who d. 19 March, 1867) had issue,

James, now of Kilravock.

William, deceased.

Wellington, who was killed in 1858 at the storming of Gwa-

lior, during the Indian Mutiny, while serving under his

kinsman and godfather, Sir Hugh Rose, who was createil

Lord Strathnairn.
Alexander, d. in New South Wales.
Arthur, d. at Kaira, in the Bombay Presidency, in 1858,

while serving during the Mutiny.
Anne, unm.

Harriet, m. Col. G. Grimes, and d. leaving issue.
Caroline, deceased, to. Col. Vincent, and had issue.

Mr. Rose d. 29 Dec. 1827. His son,

Hugh Rose, Esq. of Kilravock Castle, went to India, where-
he became highly distinguished in the Civil Service in Bengal,
and d. unm. 1847. He was s. by his brother,

Majoe John Baillie Rose, of Kilravock Castle, 55th Regt.,
served in the Crimea, and fell mortally wounded at the b.-ittlc
of the Alma, 20 Sept. 1854. A tablet is placed to his memory
in the church of Gibraltar, and another over his grave in the-
Crimea. He to. Ellen Phyllis, dau. of Richard Pattinson,
Esq. of Montreal, but d. f. p. He was s. by his half-brother,,
the present James Rose, Esq. of Kilravock.

Arms—Or, a boar's head, couped gu. between three water-
bougets az. Crest— A hawk ppr. Motto— Anieo. Constants
and true.

,Stai— Kilravock Castle, Nairnshire.






Eoss, HrcH Fkaxcis, Esq. of Holme Eose, co.
Inverness, J. P. and D.L., co. Nairn, 6. 1859, s. his
father IS'JO.

Lineagre — This is a br.inch of the ancient family of Rose
of Kilravock, derived irom Alexander, 2nd son of Hlu.h Hose,
of KilraTOcli. living 1460, by Moir his wife, dau. of Malcolm
Mackintosh, Esq. of that ilk, Captain of the clan Chattan.

JouN Eosc, Esq. of Holme, m. Jane, dau. of Alexander
Cuniming, Ksq. of Logic, co. Moray, and had issue,

IlrcH, of Ilolmc. L:eut.-Col. H.E.I.C.'s Cavalry, m. Anne,
dau. of Henry Topham, Esq. of Sunbury, Middlesex, iw.d
d. 26 Aug. 18oi3, leaving two daus., viz.. Anno, m. D. Cheap,
Esq., Professor of Civil Law in the University of Edinburgli,
and Charlotte, ;;;. Is21, Field-Marshal Sir John Eox Lur-
goyne, Bart., G.C.B.

Alexander, Capt. 73rd Foot, d. vnm. 1709.

Kobert, d. s. /-. John, of Holme.

Catherine, m. Capt. Eaton, 37th Foot, and is deceased.

Orace, m. William Mackintosh, Esq. of Geddes, co. Nairn ;

Jane, m. John Troup, Esq. of Fir Hall, co. Nairn, deceased.

Helen, m. Kev. John Cormack, D.D.

The youngest son,

Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Rose, K.C.B., of Holme, J.r., b. 23

July. 1779; «». 16 Feb. 1811, Lilias, dau. of James Eraser,

Ksq. of Culduthel, Co. Inverness, and by her (who d. 15 June,

itibii) had issue,

John Nugent, his heir.

James Eraser, Lieut. H.E.I.C.S., l. 29 Jan. ISH ; d. 21

Apiil, lb37.
Alexander, Ensign H.E.I.C.S., 6.21 Dec. ISIS; d. 15 Nov.

Hugh Francis, late of Holme.

Henry, Bengal C.S., b. 24 Nov. 1826; m. Jamesina, dau. of
— Grant, Esq. of Viewfield, co. Nairn, N.B.,and has issue,
Lilias Mdlicent.
Millicent Anne, m. William Oliver Jackson, Esq., Ahanesk,

CO. Cork.
Jane Lillias, m. 1st, 1849, Bernard Brocas, Esq. of Beaure-
paire Park, Hants, and 2ndly, Capt. Edward Palliser, late
7 th Hussars.

■Sir John Rose d. 9 Sept. 1852. His eldest eon,

John Nugent Rose, Esq. of Holme,, J. P. and D.L,,
■of the Bombay C.S., b. 2 Sept. 1812; m. 21 March, 184G,
Anna Margaret, dau. of Col. Wray Palliser, of Deriyluskan, co.
Tipperary, and Comragh, co. Waterford, and by her (who li.
6 F'eb. 1847) had a dau. Millicent, who d. an infant. He d.
9 June, 1867, and was s. by his brother,

Kev. Hugh Feancis Rose, of Holme Rose, co. Inverness,
J. P. and D.L. for co. Inverness, M.A. Camb., late Rector of
Homersfield with St. Cross, Suffolk, b. S Jan. 1821 ; m. 1858,
Isabella Baillie, dau. of Patrick Grant, Esq., younger, of
■Corriemony, co. Inverness, H.E.LC.C.S., and d. 1890, leaving

I. HcoH Feancis, now of Holme Rose.

II. John Baillie (deceased).
I. Millicent.

Anns—OT, three water-bougets az. Crest — A hawk ppr.
Mdttoes — Under the arms, Audeo ; above the crest, Constant
.and true.

/Seat — Holme Eose, Croy, co. Inverness, N.B.


EosH, William Molynecx, Esq. of WoUton
'Grrange, co. Warwick, J. P., Patron of Whilton, co.
N'^orthampton, late Lieut. 32nd Light Infantry, l.
1842 ; m. 1872, Violet, dau. of David Stewart Kcr,
Elsq. of Montalto, co. Down {xvhom see), by Hon.
Anne Dorothea Jilackwood his wife, dau. of Hans,
3rd Lord Duiferin and Clandeboy. {See Eukke's
Feeraje, Duffkhin and Ava, M.)

Liineagre.— George Holden, of Wednesbury, co. Stafford,
b. 1580, was living 1640. By Eleanor his wife, he had, with
two daus , Eleanor and Dorothy, and two Bons who d. young,
a surviving son,

William Holden, of Wednesbury, baptized 22 Oct. 1620 ;
m. Anne, dau. of Edward Browne, of Shrewsbury, Gent., and
was buried at \Vednesbu17 27 May, 1696, leaving by his wife
(who was buried 26 Sept. 1G98), a son,

William Holden, of Wednesbury, b. 16.'50, Churchwarden of
the parish 1693; m. Elizabeth Hyla, of Newport, co. Mon-
juouth, and was buried 1 Jan. 1699, leaving a son,

William Holden, of Wednesbury, 4. about 1688; to. Mrs

Mary Woods, widow, dau. of Gilbert Houghton, of Wednesbury,
and d. about 1776, having had, with a younger son, Hyla (hi. ^
and d. about 1766, leaving issue), an eldest son,

William Holden, of Birmingham, co. Warwick, Patron of
the parish of Upaiinster, co. Essex, 6. 3 Dec. 1717; m. May,
1748, Mary, dau. of John Rose, Esq. of Daventry, co. North-
ampton (by Anne his wife, dau. of William Lucas, Esq. of Giles-
borough, CO. Northampton), and sister and co-heir (eventually
sole representative) of William Rose, Esq. of Daventry, and
granddau. of William Rose, Esq. of Daventry (liy Sarah
Harvey, of Addington, same co., his wife), and by her (who
was buried at Wednesbury 30 Sept. 1752), had a dau. Anne,
d. July, 1751, and two sons,

I. John Rose (Rev.), his heir, M.A., Rector and Patron of
Upminster, co. Essex, b. 13 Feb. 1750; m. .lune, 1769,
Jlary, dau. of William Tovey, Esq. of Erdington, cu.
Stafford, and by her (who d. 9 Dec. 1>29, aged 82) had
issue, 1 William, bur. at Wednesbury, 3Sept. 1771 ; 2 John
Rose (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Upminster, 6. 3 Sept. 1772:
7)4. 7 May, 1805, Margaret, dau. of William Wheeler, Esq.
Bristol, and d. s. p. ; 3 William Rose, of whom hereafter;
4 Henry, d. young; 5 Hyla, of Wasperton, co. Warwick,
6. 26 Nov. 1776 ; m. 10 Aug. 1805, Rebecca, dau. and co-heir
of Henry Clay, Esq. of Birmingliam, and d. 21 Dec. 1842,
leaving by her (who d. 17 Aug. 1848) an only dau. Mary
Clay, 6. 18 May, 1806; m. Rev. Henry Edward Steward,
M.A. Christ Church, Oxon., and d. 16 Feb. 1834; 6 Henry
Augustus (Rev.), of Daventry, co. Northampton, M..V.
Oxford, b. 27 Dec. 1784; m. 9Sept. 1813, Mary, dau. of Hyla
Holden, Esq. of Wednesbury F'orge, co. Stafford, and had
issue, Henry (Rev.), M.A., Oxford, b. 7 July, 1814 ; Luther,
b. 10 Dec. 1815; John Rose. b. 27 Sept. 1^21 ; Philip, b. 26
March, 1823; George Hyla, 6. 23 Nov. 1837; Margaret, b. 7
June, 1818 ; m. 3 April, 1846, F'leetwood Backhouse, Esq. ;
Jlary Tovey, b. 13 JIarch, 1820, m. 22 Nov. 1819, Hyla
Ashton Holden, Esq. of Edgbaston, co, Warwick; Kleanor
D'Onchy, b. 24 Sept. 1833; 7 Mary, 6. 1779; vi. 26 May,
1804, Capt. Hickman Leland Rose, 3rd Dragoon Guards
(<tc Rose of The Ferns). Kev. John Rose Holden, d. Jan.
i827. His 3rd son,

Rev. William Rose Holden, M.A. of Worcester, Fellow
of Worcester Coll. Oxford, b. 12 Aug. 1775; m. 26 Dec.
Is08, Betty, only dau. of Edward Eveleigh, Esq. of Bea-
niinster, co. Dorset, by Grace his wife, dau. of Thomas
Napier, Esq , and d. 6 March, 1806, liaving had by her
(who d. 19 April, 1827), with other issue, who d. young,

John Rose, b. 22 Feb. 1810 ; m. 7 April, 1834, Mary, dau.
of William Hutchinson, Esq. of Pitt Street, South Sydney
and had two sons and two daus. all d. young.

William, who carried on the family.

Rev. William Rose Holden, d. 16 April, 1SC4. His
youngest son,

Rev. William Holden, M.A. Worcester Coll. Oxford,
6. 4 Feb. 1813; vi. 14 May, J836, Hannah Elizabeth,
dau. of John Goldingham, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., F.R.S., and
d. 16 April, 1864, leaving by her (who d. 18 April, 1883),

1 William Rose Holden (1.'?, Victoria Place, Dover),
l!ariister-at-Law, b. 10 Starch, 1839. educated at Wor-
cester Coll. Oxford, called to the Bar, Lincoln's Inn,
1866. Ho ?)i. 22 Jan. 1863. Henrietta Susanna, eldest
dau. of Charles Pidcock, Esq. of Broadwas Court, co.
Worcester, by Susan his wife, dau. of Rev. B. F'oley,
M.A. Oxford, and has issue,

William Rose, 6. 10 May, 1872.
John Rose, ( ^. g 1673.

Annie Beatrice.
Mari/aret Gcorgina.
Madeline Tovey.

2 George Herbert, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., b. 28 June, 1840;
m. Ellen TAavj Stallard, and d. 1864, leaving issue.

3 Oswald Mangin (Rev.), M.A., H.C.L. Oxford, 6.
6 Dec. 1843; m. Henrietta Addenbrooke, and has

1 Anne Betty Eveleigh, 6. 14 March, 1837; m. Rev.
Joseph Orlande Stallard, M.A., Vicar of Heath, and
Reach, CO. Bedford.

2 Margaret Edwards, h 23 Jan. 1S33; ni. Rev. Bonnet
Hesketh Williams, M.A.

11. AViLLiAM Lucas (Rev.), of whom pi'esently.
William Holden d. 6 March, 1806. His youngest son.

Rev. William Lucas Holden, M.A., Clare Hall, Camb.,
Patron and Rector of Whilton, co. Northampton, and Vicar of
East Haddon, same co., 6. 3 Sept. 1752, took the name of
Rose by Act of Parliament, 1785, on succeeding to the estates
of his mother, the heir of that family, in compliance with the
will of his maternal uncle. He m. 18 Sept. 1777, Anne, dau. of
Thomas Hodgkin.son, Esq. of Broughton Astley, co. Leicester,
by whom (who was 6. 16 Dec. 1754, and (i. 12 Feb. 1829) h&
liad issue,

I. William Rose, his heir.

Hyla Henry, >
Henrietta Eveleigh.
Mary Rose.
Helen Muriel.





II. John (Kev.), M.A., FeUow Trin. CoU. Camb., Rector of
VVhilton, 6. 2i Oct, 1781 ; d. ^tnm. 1848.

III. Hyla Holder), of Birmingham, 6.25 Sept. 1785; m. 27
Aug. 1810, riioebe, dau. of Samuel Gamble, Esq. of
Bentham, co. Norfolk, and had issue, one son, Hyla Kose
Uolden, 6. 4 Nov. 1811.

IV. Charles (Eev.), B.D., Rector of Cublington, co. Bucking-
ham, Fellow Lincoln Coll. Oxford, one of H.ll Preachers
at Whitehall, b. 20 March, 1788; m. 1835, Miss Manley,
and d. 1845, leaving one son and two daus.

V. Henry (Rev.), M.A., Eector of Brington, co. Northamp-
ton, Fellow Clare Hall, Camb., b. 15 June, 1790; d. unm.
Feb. 1855.

VI. George, of The Cottage, Brington, 6. 7 Oct, 1791 ; d.
unm. May, 1866.

VII. liobert, 6. 4 March, 1794 ; d. 9 Feb. 1799.

I. Mary Anne, 6. 10 Jan. 1783; d. April, 17»7.

II. Harriot, 6. 23 Dec. 1783 ; d. unm 1846.

III. Caroline, 6. 15 Feb. 1787; ci!. unm. 1835.

IV. Anne, b. h July; d. Nov. 1789.

V. Lucy, 6. 2 Sept. 1792; d. Feb. 1793.

VI. Eliza, 6. 6 March, 1796; d. May, 1797.

VII. Christian, b. 12 Oct. 1799 ; d. unm. May, 1856.

Mr. Rose d. IB Jan. 1814, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Rose Kose, Esq. of Wolston Grange, co. Warwick,
and Chapel Brampton, co. Northampton, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1833, 6. 19 Jan. 1781 ; m. 23 July, 1812, Maria Isabella,
2nd dau. and co-heir of Rev. George Strahan, D.D., Pre-
bendary of Rochester, and Rector of Cranham, Essex, and had

I. William George, his heir.

II. John, bapr. 26 Sept. 1816.

III. Conway Lucas, bapt. 3 Sept. 1817; m. 24 Jan. 1847,
Louisa, dau. of John Edward Madocks, M.P., of Vron Iw
and Glanywern, and had two sons and two daus.

IV. Eustace Henry, Major 7th Fusiliers, bapt. Is Sept. 1824:
d. 1876.

I. Isabella, bapt. 8 March, 1815; m. April, 1844, the Hon.
Robert Porret Collier, Knt., Q.C., Judge of the Judicial
Committee of the Privy Council, at one time M.P. for

II. Constance Margaret, m. Aug. 1851, Eev. William Smith,
Rector and Patron of Dry Drayton, co. Cambridge.

The eldest son,

William George Rose, Esq. of Wolston Grange, J. P., 6. Aug.
1813, was an Officer 60th Rifles; he m. 1840, Charlotte, dau. of
Edward Blackburne, Chief Justice of the Mauritius, and d.
1877, leaving issue,

I. William MoLTNEnx, his heir.

II. Henry, Capt. E.N., b. 1844. iii. Edward George.

I. Amy Charlotte, m. 9 Nov. 1871, Col. Hon. Charles James
Fox Powys, 4th son of Thomas Athorton, 3rd Lord Lilford.

II. Edith Louisa, m. R. W. B. Ker, Esq. of Mantalto, co.

Ariiis — Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., on a chevron az., between
three roses gu., a water-bouget, between two mullets of .six
points piurced of the field, for Rose ; 2nd and 3rd vert, a fesse
erniini.'.i.5, between two pheons, points upwards, in chief, and a
bugle-horn in base arg., for Holden. Crest — A dexter cubit
arm, vesttd sa., the hand ppr. holding a cross-crosslet fitchee
or, from the wrist a pile arm., the arm charged with a bugle-
horn, ttringed or.

Motto — Et tciieo et teneor.

.Sca( — Wolston Grange, near Rugby.

Club — Arthur's.


EosE, John Eose Holden, Esq. of The Ferns,
"Wivelsfield, Sussex, J. P. and D.L. co. Sussex, and
one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for the city of London,
Lieut. -Col. in the army, late 9th and I7th Lancers
(with four medals and two clasps for service in the
Cabul, Grwalior, Sutlej, and Punjaub campaigns),
h. 1812 ; «t. 18 March, 1S3J<, Emilia Hall, eldest
dau. of Mtijor J. N. Jackson, C.B., Deputy-Quarter-
master-Gen. East Indies, by Augusta his wife, dau.
of Col. Wade, of Leatherhead, Surrey, Comm. 25th
Light Dragoons, and has issue,

I. Emily Holden, m. 23 Jan. 1862, Rev. J. Harwood Harri-
son, Rector of Bugbrooke, co. Northampton, and d. leaving

1 Arthur. 2 Ernest Wivelsfield.

1 Emily Gertrude.

II. Gertrude Holden, d. 29 June, 1861.

III. Mary Holden.

Liineagre. — This family claims descent from Eose, of Kil-
ravock Castle, co. Nairn.

John Rose, Esq , Banlster-at-Law, of Dublin, left at his
decease a son,

Joseph Rose, M.D., Physician to the Lord-Lieut, of Ireland,
6. 1749, whose uncle, Alexander Eose, Esq. of Elm Park, co.
Limerick, alienated the Elm Park estate to Lord Clarina.
Dr. Eose is stated to have refused the honour of knighthood.
He m. his cousin. Miss Gertrude Rose, and by her (who rf.
1821) left at his decease, 1833 (being buried in theAbbey, Bath;y
a son,

Hickman Leland Rose, Esq. of co. Clare, Capt. 3rd Dra-
goons, 6. 1782 ; m. 1804, Mary Tovey, only dau. of the Rev.
John Eose Holden, Eector and Patron of Upminster, Essex,
and d. 1 Jan. 1855, leaving issue,

I. John Rose, now of The Ferns.

I. Mary Tovey, m. the Rev. John Clarke Ru.^Bell, Rector of
St. Thomas-a-Cliffe, Lewes, Sussex, and has issue, two sons,
John Skinner Russell, and Hickman Rose Russell, Capt.
57th Eegt.. who was made Brevet-Major for his services in
the New Zealand war, having been repeatedly mentioned
in the despatches.

II. Gertrude Maria, m. the Eev. J. H. Harrison, late Recter
of Bugbrooke, co. Northampton, and d. leaving issue,

1 James Harwood Harrison, Eector of Bugbrooke.

2 Henry Leland Harrison, Bengal C.S.

3 William John Rose Harrison, Capt. R.A., deceased.

4 Herbert Bayley Harrison, deceased.

1 Gertrude Rose, m. Henry Salmon, Esq., Barrister-at-
Law, of Gayton House, co. Northampton.
Anns—OT, a chevron between three water-bougets az.,
quartering Holden. Crest — A lion, holding a rose in his paw.
Motto — Non sine sente rosa.
ISeat—The Ferns, Wivelsfield, Burgess Hill, Sussex.


Eose, Egbert De Eos, Esq. of Ahabeg, co.
Limerick, and Foxhall, co. Tipperary, J. P. co.
Limerick, High Sheriff 1882, b. Oct. 1851; s. his
father 1860; m. 1873, Agnes Eliza, 2nd dau. of
Benjamin B. Erend, Esq., J.P., of Eoskill, co.
Limerick, and by her has issue,

I. Richard de Ros, 6. May, 1S79,

I. Maud Mary.

II. Edith Gladys .Jeanette.

liineagre.— Thomas Rose, Esq., who went to Ireland
from CO. Devon, and settled in the co. of Limerick, was elected
Sheriff of Limerick 1674, and Jlayor 1695, and was attainted
by King James 1689. He was seised of the lands of Morgans
and others, cos. Limerick, Tipperary, and Clare. He m. and
had a son,

George Rose, Esq. of Morgans and Mount Prospect, co.
Limerick, a Grand Juror 1678, m. and had issue, Henet,
George, Thomas, and three daus. The eldest son.

The Right Hon. Henry Rose, of Mount Pleasant, co.
Limerick, P.C, M.P., Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench

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