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and, in which county they held lands
for centuries.

The third son of Joseph Lamb, Esq. of Ri/ton Hall, co.
Durham, {whom see) by Sarah his wife, dau. of Warren
Maude, Esq. of Sunnyside, co. Durham, was,

Joseph Lamb, Esq. of West Denton, Northumberland, and
Temon, Cumberland, J.P. and D.L., 6. 11 Nov. 1780; m. 4
May, 1824, Amelia Mary, dau. of Joseph Westbrook Michael,
Esq. of Stamford, Lincolnshire, and rf. 8 Oct. 1859, having had

I. Joseph, b. 12 May, 1825 ; d. 31 July, 1842.

II. Richard Westbrooke, now of West Denton.

III. William Wentworth, b. 14 July, 1830; late Capt. 7th
Dragoon Guards: d. 26 Nov. 1876.

IV. John Henry, 6. 21 July, 1834; d. 12 Aug. 1854.

V. Robert Ormston, of Temon, Cumberland, and The Lawn,
Ryton-on-Tyne, co. Durham, J.P., b. 5 Nov. 1836 ; m. 18=2,
Helen, dau. of Joseph Chatto Lamb, Esq. of Ryton Hall,
CO. Durham, and has issue, Claud Wentworth John, 6. 1884.

I. Amelia Mary, hi. 8 April, 1856, Capt. Nugent Chichester,
late 7th Dragoon Guards, of Calverleigh Court, Devon, and
has issue.

II. Josephine Mary Agnes. in. Mary Emma Blanche.
Arms — Sa., on a fesse erm. between three cinquefoils arg. two

mnllets of the field. Crest— A paschal lamb ppr. Motto —
Palma non sine pulvere.

Heside7ir.e—29, Great Cumberland Place, W.

Club — Union.


Lambaede, Multon, Esq. of Beechmont, Seven-
oats, Kent, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1892 ; b.
31 Oct. 1821; m. 28 March, 1848, Marianna Teresa
Livesey, dau. of Edmund Turton, Esq. of Brasted,
Kent, and Upsall Castle, co. York, and has issue,

I. John Bell William Edmund, 6. 18 Oct. 1849 ; d. 1883.

II. Multon Thomas George, b. 15 Sept. 1850 ; d. 8 Sept. 1882.
HI. William Gobe, b. 22 May, 1864 ; m. 1888, Florence

Lucy, only dau. of the late Howard Fetherstonhaugh,
Esq. of Bracklyn, co. Westmeath, and has issue.

I. Mary Teresa Louisa, b. 17 May, 1855.

II. Ellen Grace, b. 20 Feb. 1857.

III. Maude Eleanor, 6. 1 Sept. 18.59.

IV. Harriet Beatrice Aurea, 6. 24 July, 1S61 ; m. 8 June,
1886, F'rank Battiscombe, Esq. of Shaw Well, Sevenoaks.

V. Ethel Julia, b. 27 Dec. 1862; m. 10 Jan. 1893, Joseph
William Underwood, Esq. 4th Hussars.

VI. Edith Gwendoline, 6. 12 Feb. 1868.

Lineagre. — John Lambarde, Esq. Sheriff of London in
1551, son of William Lambarde, of Ledbury, co. Hereford,
and grandson of Thomas Lambarde, of the same place, gent.,
who was living 29 Henrt VI., m. Juliana, dau. and heir of
William Home, of London ; and d. 4 Aug. 1554, leaving (with
a younger son, Giles, of London, who m. Margaret, dau. and
co-heir of John Stevenson, Esq. of London, who re-married
Humphrey Windham) an elder son,

William Lambarde, Esq. of Greenwich, 6. 18 Oct. 1536; d.
19 Aug. 1601, and was buried in Greenwich Church ; he was
admitted of Lincoln's Inn, 1556, and became a Bencher 1578,
published Archceonomia, 1568, obtained from Queen Elizabeth
license to build a hospital at Greenwich in 1574, published
The Perambidation 0} Kent 1576, Eirenorcha 1581, and was
appointed Deputy Keeper of the Rolls 1597. Many of the
valuable genealogical collections of the author of The Peram-
bulation are still preserved at Beechmont. He m. 1st, 1570,
Jane, dau. of George Multon, Esq. ; and 2ndly, 1583, Silvestria,
dau. and heir of Robert Deane, of Hallinge, Kent, and widow
of William Dalison, Esq., and by the latter had (with a dau.,
Margaret, m. Thomas, 2nd son of Thomas Godfrey, of Selliuge),
three sons. Gore and Fane, d. in infancy, and

SiK Multon Lambarde, Knt. of Westcombe, in Greenwich,
b. 1584 ; m. Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas Lowe, Knt., Alderman of
London ; and (/. 1634, leaving a son,

Thomas Lambarde, Esq., 6. 1615, who sold his estate at
Greenwich. He n. 1638, Isabella, dau. of Sir John Garrard,
Bart, of Lamer, by whom he had (with two daus., Isabella, m.
Alington Paynter, Esq., of Gillingham, Kent ; and Mary, m.
Thomas Hatton, Esq. of London) five sons, who d. s.p. ; and

William Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, d. 2 Aug. 1611,
leaving, by Magdalen, dau, of William Humphreys, of Maird-
lew, his wife (with a younger son Sir Multon Lambarde. Knt.,
m. Jane, sole heir of Edmund Fowler, of Ash, near Ridley,
Kent, and d. ». p. 1758) an elder son,

Thomas Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, b. 1670; m. Mary,
youngest dau. and co-heir of Sir John Beale, Bart, of F'arning-
ham, in Kent, and d. 19 Dec. 1745, having had, with other
issue, who d. young or v.nm., a son.





Thomas Lambakde, Esq. of SeTenoaks, b. 1705, to. 1747,
Grace, dau. of Sir William Parsons, Bart of Stanton, Notts,
and liad (with four daus., Grace ; Mary, m. the Rev. John
Hallward; Amie, m. the Kev. Sacliville Austen; and Jane, m.
John Randolph, Bishop of London) two sons, Molton, of
whom presently ; and Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Ash, near
W'rotham, to. 3 June, 1783, Miss Otway. Mr. Lambarde d.
1769, and was s. by his elder son,

MULTON Lambarde, Esq. of Sevenoaks, 6. 1757; m. 1778,
Aurea, dau. and co-heir of Francis Otway, Esq. of Ashgrove,
Sevenoaks, and had issue, i. AVilliam, his htir ; ii. Thomas
(Rev.), b. 1798; iii. Multon, b. 1800, d. 1808; i. Sophia, d.
1838; II. Fanny, d. 1821 ; in. Bridget Aurea, m. John Gurdon,
Esq. of Assington Hall, Suffolk, and d. 18:6, leaving issue ;
IV. Juliana, to. 1829, Admiral C. G. Randolph, R.N. ; v. Jane,
d. 1810 ; and vi. Mary, hi. 1832, the Rev. Richard Salway,
Rector of Fawkham, Kent, and d. 1848, leaving issue. Mr. Lam-
barde, d. April, 1836, and was g. by his eldest son,

William Lambarde, Esq. of Beechraont, J P. and D.L.,
6. 18 Nov. 1796 ; m. 1 Oct. 1818, Harriet Elizabeth, 5th dau. of
Sir James Naesrayth, Bart, of Posso, co. Peebles, and by her
(who d. 25 April, 1879) had issue,

I. McLTON, now of Becchmont.

II. John, b. 1823; m. 1847. Mary Ann, dau. of Capt. Has-
1am; and d. 1848, leaving a dau. Harriet Charlotte, m. W.
II. Uodgson, Esq.

III. William, Lieut. R.N., b. 1824; </. 1858.

IV. Francis, of Assington Hall, co. Suffolk. J. P., late Lieut.
1st Staffordshire Militia, b. 1830.

V. Charles James (Rev.), b. 28 Aug. 1833, Vicar of Southill,
Bit'gleswade, Heds.

VI. Tliomas Murray, Indian Navy, 6. 1836; d. 30 Aug. 1878.

VII. Henry, b. March, 184U; 54th Regt.

I. Eleanora, jn. 1854, Robert VV. P. Battiscombe, eldest son
of the Rev. R. Battiscombe, Rector of Barkway, Herts, and
d. lSf(4, leaving issue.

II. Julia, TO. 1857, James Christie, eldest son of James Traill,
Esq., and has issue.

III. Jane. IV. Harriet. v. Jane Aurea.
VI. Alice Mary, m. 1881, Graham Jackson, Esq.

Mr. Lambarde d. 1 June, 1S66.

Arms — Quarterly of four, 1 Lambarde : gu., a chevron vair
between three lambs passant arg. ; 2 Horne, of Lindon ;
3 Deane, (if Hailing ; 4 White, of Ikverliy. Crait — A rein-
deer's heail erased arg. Motto — Deo patiise tibi.

Seat — Beechmont, Sevenoaks, Kent.


Lambaet, Fkancis Gustavus "William, Esq.
of Beau Pare, CO. Meath; Hon. Major 5fh Batt.
Leinster Regt. ; Secretary of the Most Illustrious
Order of St. Patrick ; Chamberlaiu to H. Gr. tlie
Duke of Marlborough, Lord Lieut, of Ireland ; b.
25 March, 1848.

liiueagre. — Charles Lambart, Esq. of Painstown, M.P.
for Kiltieggan, son (by Eleanor his 2nd wife, only child of
Simon Creame, Esq.) of the Hon. Oliver Lambart, of Pains-
town, M.P., 3rd son of Charles, 1st Earl of Cavan, ra. Eliza-
beth, only dau. of Gustavus Hamilton, Viscount Boyue, and
bad issue,

Charles, M.P., d. unm. Dec. 1740.

GnsTAVcs, heir to his father.

Hamilton, Major-Gen. in the army.

Elizabeth, ni. 1754, Nicholas Ogle, Esq.

Eleanor, m. Thomas Elrington, Esq.

Maiy, 7/1 Christopher Nicholson, Esq. of Ealrath.

Sophia 711. Rev. Robert Gregory.

Mr. Lambart d. 1753, and was ». by his son,

GcsTAVus Lambart, Esq. of Beau Pare, co. Meath, M.P. for
Kilbeggan, in. Thomasine, dau. of George Rochfort, Esq. of
Kojhfort, CO. Westmcath, and sister of Robert, Earl of Belvi-
dere, and had a son and successor,

Charles Lambart, Esq. of Beau Pare, m. Frances, dau. of
James Lenox Naper Button, Esq. of Sherborne, co. Glou-
cester, and sister of James, 1st Lord Sherborne, by whom
(who (J. 1806) he left at his decease (with two daus., Frances
Thomasine, m. Charles Chetwynd, Earl of Talbot; and E,iz.ti-
beth, »i. Sir Rose Price, Bart, of Trengwainton) an only son,

GnsTAVcs Lambart, Esq. of Beau Pare, J. P. and CL.,
M.P. for Kilbeggan, 6. 16 Sept. 1772 ; m. 1810, Anna Butler,
dau. of Sir John Stevenson. Mus. D., and had issue,

Gcstavus William, of Beau Pare.

Charles James (Rev.), 6. 4 Feb. Isl7, Rector of Navan, co.
Meath, m. Maria Smith, and has Radulph and other issue.

Olivia Florence.

Frances Anne Catherine, m. Robert Westley Hall-Dare, Esq.
of Fiizwalters, Essex.

Mr. Lambart d. 22 Sept. 1850, and was s. by his son,

Gustavus William Lambart, Esq. of Beau Pare, co. Meath,
J. P. and D.L., Secretary of the Order of St. Patrick, formerly
Major of the Royal Meath Militia, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin,
State Steward to the Lord- Lieut, of Ireland 18.J8-59 and 1874-75,
b. 7 Aug. 1813 ; to. 5 June, 1847, Lady Frances Caroline Maria
Conyngham, 2nd dau. of Francis, 2nd Marquess ConyngUam,
K.P., and d. 1 Nov. 1886, having had issue,

I. Francis Gustavus William, now of Beau Pare.

II. Julian Hamilton, b. 19 June, d. 14 Aug. 1863.
HI. Cyril Henry Edward, 6. 29 May, Ibe-i.

IV. George James Richard, b. 20 Dec. 1^67.

I. Amy Gwendoline (Hon.), Maid of Honour to the Queen
1877-1884,6. 10 Aug. J852; to. 25 Oct. 1884, Hon. Henry
Charles Legge, and has issue (see Dartmouth, E.).

II. Cecil Jane, b. 22 Sept. 1854.

III. Constance Una Elizabeth, 6. 16 Sept. 1856; m. 18 Dec.
1876, the Hon. Henry Bourke (see Mayo, E.).

IV. (leorgiana Rose, 6. 19 Nov. 1859, vi. 28 Oct. 1882, John
Macdonald, Esq. of Betmore, Gareloch, co. Dumbarton.

V. Violet Anne BUnche, b. 14 Aug. 1861; m. Jan. 1892,
John, only son of R. G. Dunville, Esq. of IJelfast.

VI. Lilian Fannie Ermengarde, b. 21 Aug. 1864 .

VII. Bertha Mtideline Fiances, Hon. Maid of Honour to the
Queen, b. 29 Aug. Ii569.

VIII. Adeline Octavia, 6. 10 Jan. 1872.

Arms — Gu., three narcissuses arg. pierced of the field.
Crest — .\ centaur ppr. drawing his bow gu. arrow or. Motto—
Ut quocunqiie paratus.

i'eat— Beau Pare, Slane, co. Meath.


Lambeet, John Walter Henky, Esq. of
Aggard, co. Galway, J. P., High Sheriff 1855, b.
5 Oct. 1811 ; m. 11 Feb. 1833, Anne, only dau. of
William Fetherstonhaugh, Esq. of Derraliiney,
CO. Galway, and has issue,

I. Thomas Walter, 6. 24 March, 1841 ; m. 31 May, 1860,
Elizabeth, 3id dau. of Christopher St. George, Esq. of
Tyrone House.

II. John Henry, b. 16 Dec. 1844; m. 8 Sept. 1881, Adelaide,
4th dau. of Mr. Dewe, of Coats, co. Gloucester.

III. William Fetherstonhaugh, M.D., T.C.D., b. 20 Nov.
1852; m. Feb. 1876, Ada, 2nd dau. of Giles Lambert, Esq.
of Moor Park.

I. Anne Caroline.

II Charlotte, m. Lieut.-Col. Cuthbert Barlow, 10th Foot.

III. Emily Florence,??!. 1860, Charles Kelly, Esq. of Luneston,
Westmeatb, J. P.

IV. Elizabeth Jane, m. Thomas Barlow, Esq. I.C.S.

V. Marian Marcella, m. Charles Brereton, Esq., Mujor R.A.

VI. Adelaide, m. Rev. Robert O'Callaghan, Rector of Ilutton-
Crauswick, Hull.

VII. F'anny.

vui. Alice, m. Jonas Lamprey, Esq. of Southsea, M.B.,
Surgeon General, late 67th Kegt.

Liineag'e. — John Lambert, of Mitford, co. Galway, eldest
son of Walter La.mbert, Esq. of Creg Clare, co. Galway, by
his 2nd wife, a dau. of Maityn of Tullyra Castle. He m.
Marj', dau. of Sir Henry Burke, Bart, of Glinsk (see Bcrke"s
Peerage) and d. 1787, leaving issue,

I. Walter, d.s.p.

II. Henrt, of Aggard, of whom presently.

III. Thoma.'J, of Mitford, m. -t Sept. 18U5, Lydia, d.iii. of
Cuthbert Fethertonshaugh, of Mosstown, Ballymore, and d.
1822, leaving is.sue,

1 John \^ alter Henrt, now of Aggard, s. his uncle.

2 Cuthbert I-'eilierstonhaugh.

1 Mary Anne, to. Cuthbert Barlow, Esq.

2 Lydia, m. George Marshall, Esq.

3 Cecilia, m. W. Nixon, E?q.

4 Charlotte, m. Capt. Henry Marshall.

I. Jane, d. uiim. ii. Eliza, d. vmn.

III. Letitia, to. John Fallon, Esq. of Ruiincmead, co. Eos-
The eldest surviving son,

He.nry La.mhert, Esq. of Aggard, CO. G.olway, d. s.p. 1823,
and was s. by his nephew,

John Walter Henrt, now of Aggard.

Seat— Aggard, Craughwell, co. Galway.

Lambert, Major Joseph Alexander, of
Brookhill, co. Mayo, Major 2nd Dragoon Guards
(Queen's Bays), b. 7 April, 1855 ; m. 10 Feb. 1887,





Grace Susan, dau. o£ William Dasbwood Fane,
Esq., J. P., of Fulbeck Hall, Grantham, Lincoln-
shire {see Burke's Peerage, Wbstmoeland, E.),
and has issue,

I. Alexander Fane, 6. 15 Nov. 1887.

II. Guy William, ft. 1 Dec. 1889.

HI. Francis John, ft. 12 March, 1891.
I. Grace Mary Blanche.

Lineagre. — Thi.= family claims descent from that of Gen.
John Lambebt. so clistinKuishcd in the civil wars of England
and Scotland, during the rrotcctoratc.

John Lambert, an officer ia Lord Clanricarde's Regt., was
father of

Joseph Lambert, Esq. of Toher and Thomastown,, estab-
lished himself in co. Mayo, 1690. He m. 1699, Anne, sister of
Peter Euttledge, Esq. of Cornfield, and had a son,

Francis Lambert, Esq. of Toher and Thomastown, ft. 1703;
m. 1st, 1747, Eehecca, dau. of Thomas Lindsay, Esq. of Turin
Castle, CO. Mayo, and sister of Thomas Lindsay, Esq. of Holly-
mount, and had by her a son, Joseph, bis heir ; and two
daus. ; the elder, Letitia, in. Thomas Elwood, Esq. of Ashford,
CO. Galway ; and the younger 711. Frances Goodwin, Esq. Mr.
Lambert m. 2ndly, Miss Ormsby, co. Mayo, and had by her a
son, Francis, R.N., who d. leaving issue. The only son of the
first marriage,

Joseph Lambert, Esq. of Erookhill, High SheiifTof Mayo
1796, ft. 1749; w. 1st, 17S0, Barbara, dau. of Thomas
Euttledge, Esq. of Bloomficld, and sister and heir of Robert
Euttledge, Esq., M.P., of the same place, and by her had

Thomas, who d. umn.

Francis (Rev.), of Bloomfield, co. Mayo, J. P., 6. 1788;
assumed the name and arms of RnTTLEUOE { Rdttledge of
Bloomtield) ; in. 9 June, 1S19, Margart-t, dau. of Col. Henry
Bruen, M.P. of Oak Park, and had issue.
Barbara, vi. Arthur Knox. Esq. of Bushfield, co. Mayo, and
had issue, Elizabeth, ?h. Annesley Knox, Esq. of Rappa
Castle (ses that family).
3tr. Lambert m. 2ndly, 1790, Mary, eldest, dau. of Rev.
Alexander Clendining, D.D., Prebendary of Lackan, and
Rector of Westport, and by her had issue,
Joseph, late of Brookhill, J.P., ft. 1793; d. unm. 1855.
Alexander Clendining, of Brookhill.
Eleanor, m. David Ruttledge Courtenay, Esq., Barrister-at-
Law, and had issue.
Rebecca, d. v.nm.

Letitia, m. John Vevers, Esq., E.N.
Elizabeth, d. unm.

Georgiana, m. Charles Bowen, Esq. of Milford (sf Bowen
Miller of Milford).
Mr. Lambert d. 1813. His son,

Alexander Clendining Lambert, Esq. of Brookhill, co.
Mayo, J. P. and D.L., Treasurer of the co. for fifty years, h.
7 Nov. 1805; ra. 12 Sept. 1S48, Emma Maria, dau. of Guy
Lenox Prendergast, Esq., formerly Member of Council, Bom-
bay, and M.P. for Lymington, and had issue,

I. Joseph Alexander, now of Brookhill.

II. Guy Lennox Bence - Lambert, of Thorington Hall,
Suffolk, J. P., cos. Galway and Suffolk, Major 5th Bait.
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, ft. 30 Dec. 1S57 ; m. 23 Jan. 1884,
Ida Miilicent, dan. and co-heir of the late Heniy hence,
Esq., J. P. and D.L. of Thorington Hall, Suffolk {see Bence
of Thorington).

1. Emma Mary Louisa. 11. Flora Marion.

III. Louisa Matilda.

IV. Florence Amy, m. 14 Dec. 1882, Harvey T. Brabazon
Coombe, son of lioyie II. Coombe, Esq. of Oaklands, Sussex,
and has issue {see Coombe of Oaklands).

Mr. Lambert d. 27 Sept. 1892.

Arms— GrM., a cross-crosslct or, between three cinquefoils
pierced arg. Crest — A centaur ppr. charged on the shoulder
with a cross-crosslet or. 3/o//o— Ut quocunque paiatua.

i'eaJ— Brookhill, Clarcmorris, co. Mayo.


Lameeet, Henet Pateick, Esq. of Carnagh,
CO. Wexford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff of co.
Wexford in 1864, and of co. Anglesey la68, b. 2
Dec. 1836; m. 23 Sept. 1863, Elizabeth, eldest
dau. of the late Thomas Williams, Esq. of Tan-y-
Craig, Anglesey, and by her, who d. 12 Sept. 1893,
has issue,

George Henrt, late Capt. Royal Anglcsea Engineer Militia,
ft. August 8, 1866.

Gwendoline Elizabeth Moneda.

liineag'e. — This family was established in Ireland by
MiLo DE Lamporte, tem]). Henri II. His descendant,

Philip de Lamporte, of Ballyhire, In the barony of Forth,
m. Marian, dau. of John Syunott, Esq., and from him the
fourth in descent was,

James Lambert, Esq. of Ballyhire, who d. 1631, leaving, by
Mary his wife, eldest dau. of Robert Esmonde, Esq. of Johns-
town, a son,

Patrick Lambert, Esq. of Ballyhire (deprived of his estates
by Cromwell), father, by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of
Peter Barnewall, Esq. of Drinnagh, of

Nicholas Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. Marian, dau. and
eventual co-heir of Richard Stafford, Esq. and left a son,

James Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, ))!. Anstauce, dau. and
heir of Nicholas Sutton, Esq., and was father of

Patrick Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. Catherine White,
acquired with her, estates in the co. Ivilkenny, and had two
sons and a dau. The eldest son,

James Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, dying at Bath without
issue, 1757, was s. by liis brother,

Henry Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. Margaret FitzSimon,
of the House of Glancullen, co. Dublin, and had three sons
and two daus. The eldest son,

Patrick La.mbert, Esq. of Carnagh, m. 1781, Mary Anne,
eldest dau. of George Lattin, Esq. of Morristown Latlin, co.
Kildare, representative of the very ancient family of Lattin,
and had issue,

Henry, his heir.

Ambrose, of New Grove, co. Kilkenny, 6. 1789 ; m. 1823,
Eliza, dau. of John Snow, Esq. ; and d. 5 July, 18.i6, leaving
1 Ambrose, of New Grove, J.P. (m. 1864, Mary, dau. of
Francis C ppinger. Esq , and d. 11 Aug. 1878, leaving
issue); 2 Sydenham Joiin ; and daus.

Catherine, m. iBll, Gerald Aylmer, Esq.

Margaret. Letitia, a Nun, d. 1854.

Jane, m, Awlcy Banon, Esq., M.D., of Irishtown, co. West-
Mr. Lambert d. July, 1808, and was s. by his son,

Henrt Lambert, Esq. of Carnagh, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for
CO. Wexford, ft. 1 Sept. 1786; m. U June, 1835, Catherine,
youngest dau. of William Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, and
sister of Maria Theresa, Countess of John, I6th Earl of Shrews-
bury, and (/. 20 Oct. 1861, leaving issue,

Henry Patrick, now of Carnagh.

George Thonia'-, ft. 9 Nov. 1837.

Mary Jane, m. P. J. Lynch, Esq. of Rose Park, co. Dublin.

Anne, 7)1. 1st Jan. 1870, 3rd Earl of Dunraven, K.P., and
2ndly, 26 Apiil, 1879, Lord Hylton.

Cathei'ine, d. unm. 8 March, 1857.

Juliana Margaret, m. 1671, Edward O'Ferrall, Esq.

Letllia. Fanny.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, vert, a lamb arg. ; 2nd and
3rd erm., an e;>gle displayed gu. Crest— A sagitLary per pale
gii. and arg., charged with a trefoil vert, the bow and arrow or.
Motto — Deus providebit.

Seat — Tan-y-Graig, Anglesey.


Lambert, Petee Fitzwaltee, Esq. of Castle
Ellen, CO. Galway, J.P., High Sheriff 18yi, b. 8
Dec. 1848; m. 7 July, 1887, Julia Mary, eldest
dau. of Colonel Hewetson, of Auchuacioj, co.
Dublin, and has issue,

I. Walter Peter, 6. 8 Jan. 1891.

II. Henry Alexander, ft. 23 March, 1892.

I. Amelia Lizzie.

II. Mary Georgiana.

Lineage.— This family is a branch of Lambert of Crcg

Peter Lambert, Esq., (son of Walter Lambert, of Creg
Clare, by his 2nd wife. Miss Martyn), rn. Miss Carroll, of A rdagh,
and had is.sue,

Walter Peter Lambert, Esq, m. Miss Tubbs, and had
several sons. The eldest,

Peter Lambert, Esq., m. 1810, Ellen, eldest dau. of Thomas
Seymour, Esq. of Ballymore Castle, and d. 17 Jan. 1844, having
had by her (who d. 20 Nov. 1828), with several daus., ihreo

I. Walter Peter, of Castle Ellen.

II. 1 honias Seymour, d. unm.

III. Peter.
His eldest son,





Walter Peter Lambert, Esq. of Castle Ellen, co. Galway,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1859, b. 4 Nov. 1816 ; m. 5 March,
1846, Elizabeth, only child of William McO'Boy, Esq. of Stump
Hill, CO. Cork, and has issue,

I. Peter Fitzwalter. now of Castle Ellen.

II. William, b. 29 Dec! 18S6, d. July, 186,5.

I. Kate, m. 1879, Capt. William W. Weston, 7th Dragoon
Guards, and is deceased.

Mr. Walter Peter Lambert d. 19 Oct. 1392, and was s. by his
only surviving son.

Seat, — Castle Ellen, Athenry, co. Galway.

Clubi — Kildare Street, Dublin, and County Club, Galway.


Lambeet, Feedeeick, Esq. o£ Garratts Hall,
CO. Surrey, b. 1 Nov. 1826; m. 28 Aug. 1855,
Caroline Emma, youngest dau. of the late James
Ueygate, Esq. of Porters Grange, co. Essex
(brother to the late Sir "William Heygate, Bart.),
by his wife, Anna, dau. of Edward Longdon
McMurdo, Esq., and by her (who d. 1891), and had

I. Frederick Arthur Heigate, Surrey,F.S.A.,Major
Middlesex Yeomanry, b. 9 Feb. 1857, educated at Eton ;
m. 27 May, 1884, Agnes Helen, 2nd dau. of Eev. Robert
Higgens, M.A., Vicar of Warcsidc, Herts, and Kural
Dean, by his wife Matilda Frances, dau. of Rev. William
Buckle, of Banstead ; and has issue, Mary Cecilia, b.
1885; Joyce Ethel Julia, 6. 1887.

II. Wilfred Heygate, d. an infant.

I. Ethel Christiaua, m. 17 June, 1883, Capt. Seymour Henry
Pelham Dacres, R.N., 2nd son of Admiral Sir Sydney
Colpoys Dacres, G.C.B., by his wife, Emma, dau. of John
Lambert, Esq. of Banstead, and by him (whotZ. in China,
18&7> has issue, Leonard Seymour Lambert, b. 26 May,
1884 ; and Winifred Ethel,

II. Mary Katharine, d. 29 June, 1878.

III. I'Jdith Juliet.

IV. Emmeline Anna McMurdo.

V. Cecilia Monica, m. 1892, Richard Gordon FitzGerald
tJniacke, Esq., B.A. Trin. Coll. Oxon, F.S.A. (Ireland),
and has issue, Helen Monica Geraldine.

VI. Agnes Julia.

Lineag"e. — The family of Lambert has held property in
Surrey from a very early period, and was seated at Lamberts'
Oaks, in Woodmansterne, teiyip. Edward 1.

John Lambert, of Woodmansterne, was signatory to a deed
of conveyance dated 1301, and left a son,

John Lambert, of Woodmansterne, living 1.333, whose

Eadulphus Lambert, of Woodmansterne, held lands of the
manor of Banstead in 1377, in conjunction with his wife
Juliana. He d. circa 1380, leaving a son, John, and a dau ,
Mabill, VI. John Hereward, Esq. The son,

John Lambert, was seised of lands in Banstead, 1383. His

John Lambert, of Woodmansterne, 1401, purchased one
knight's fee from the heirs of John de Bures in 1432. He d.
circa 1460, leaving several sons, the elder of whom was

John Lambert, Esq. of Shortes Place, Woodmansterne,
and Perrott's Manor, in Banstead. Ho owned large properties
in various parts of the county; m. 1500, Johan, dau. of
William Welles, of Woodmansterne, and d. 1533, leaving two

JeEfery, of Shortes Place, who d. 1566, leaving issue,

I. Kicholas, of Tantons Manor in Coulsdon, m. a dau. of
Robert Moys, of Cannons, Banstead, and grand-dau. of
Sir Nicholas Carew, Knt. of Beddingtoc.
.(. Andrew, m. Mary, dau. of above-mentioned Robert

III. William, ancestor of the Lamberts of Wood Place, in
Coulsdon, which property he bought in 1605.

IV. John, of Carshalton, grandfather of John Lambert,
Page to King Charles 1.

V. Roger, of Shortes Place, and Lamberts' Oaks, Wood-
uiansterne, served in the wars in the Low Countries, m.
Elizabeth, dau. of John Steward, and left issue,

1 William, of Tolesworth Manor, Chaldon, m. Patience
Aynscombe, and d. s. p.

2 Kicholas, of Chipstead, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev.
Richard Harris, D.D.. Rector of Hardwicke, Uucks,
and lolt a dau., Judith, m. Rev. Thomas Emiiies,
Piector of East listed, Hants, whose dau., EUzabeth,

m. Daniel Lambert, Esq. of Perrott's Manor (Kjt'e

VI. Daniel, ancestor of the Lamberts of Garratts, est.
Roger, of whom presently.
His 2nd son,

Roger Lambert, of Perrott's Manor in Banstead, m.

Catherine, dau. of Walter Causton, Esq. otOxted, co. Surrey,

and grand-dau. of Sir William de Strangrave, of Oxted, Knt.,

and d. 1558, leaving issue,

Roger, son and heir, m. Beatrice, dau. of — Collyer, of

Ewell, and had issue.

This 2nd son,

John Lambert, of Perrott's, m. Alicia, dau. of Edward Stowe,
of Ely, gent, (she m. 2ndly, Walter, son of Edmund Slyfield,
of Slyfield, Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, temp. Elizabeth),
and had issue,

I. John, of Carshalton, sometime Marshal of the Hall to
King James I., m. Catharine, dau. of

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