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ey, 7th Bart ; but d. s. p. 1843. She d.
17 Dec. 1845.

Anne, d. unvi.

Catherine, m. 1794, her cousin, William Humberstone
Cawley FJoyer, Esq. of Hints Hall, co. Stafford.
The son and heir,

Theophilus Levett, Esq. of Wychnor Park, High Sheriff of
CO. Stafford 50 George III., and Recorder of Lichfield, m.
1794, Frances, dau. of Thomas Prinsep, Esq. of Croxall Hall,
CO. Derby, and by her (who d. 1833), had issue, i. John, his
heir; ii. Theophilus, r,i. Henrietta, dau. of the Rev. John
Templer, of Devon ; in. Thomas, who took the surname of
Prinsep ; he ni. 1st, Margaret, dau. of David Monroe, Esq.,
by whom he had one surviving dau., Margaret Catherine, wife
of E. T. K. Levett, Esq. of Packington Hall ; and 2ndly,
Caroline, dau. of the Rev. John Templer; iv. Arthur, married;
I. Frances, m. William Gist, Esq. ; ii. Mary, ni. the Rev. John
Mueklestone; and ni. Anne. Mr. Levett d. 3 Dec. 1839, and
was «. by his son,

John Levett, Esq. of Wychnor Park and P.ickington Hall,
who m. 19 Feb. 1829, Sophia Eliza (who d. 22 Nov. 1803), niece
of the JIarquess of Ailsa, and dau. of the Hon. Robert Kennedy,
by Jane his wife, sister of Gen. Alexander Macomb, Com-
mander-in-Chief of the armies of the United States of America,
and d. 19 Dec. 1853, leaving issue,

Theophilus John, of Wychnor Park.

Robert Thomas Kennedy, of Packington Hall, co. Stafford,
and Rosemount, co. Pembroke, J. P. and D.L., formerly
Lieut. -Col. 2nd batt. btafford Rifle Volunteers, 6. 29 April,
1831 ; m. 1860, his cousin, Margaret, dau. of Thomas
Levett Prinsep, Esq, of Coxall Hall, and has surviving
issue, with three daus.,

1 Thomas Prinsep, b. 1862.

2 Robert George.

Edward, late Major 10th Hussars, b. 18 Dec. 1832 ; m. Caro-
line, 3rd dau. of Dr. Longley, Archbishop of Canterbury,
and by her (who d. 1868J has two daus.

Charles Richard, Capt. 1st King's Dragoon Guards, 6. 14
June, 1834; m. 1859, Katherine, eldest dau. of Capt.
Williams, E.N., and by her fwho d. 1884) has six sons and
two daus. His 2nd son, Edward Hariy, m. 23 July, 1888,
Nina St. George. 2nd dau. of Lieut. -Col. Edward Gorton,
New Zealand Militia, late Capt. 29th and 75th Regts.

Henry Gordon, late 3rd Hussars, b. 26 July, 1841.

Sophia Frances Margaret, rn. 9 Oct. 1860, the Hon. and Rev.

G.B. Legge, brother of the Earl of Dartmouth.

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant between three crosses-crosslet
fitchee sa., a bordure engrailed az. charged with four crosses-
crosslet fitehee, and as many fleurs-de-lis alternately or. Cregt
— A demi-lion arg. ducally crowned or, gorged with a collar az.,
in the dexter paw a cross-crosslet fitchee sa., the sinister paw
resting on an escutcheon of the third, charged with a fleur-de-
lis or.

Sea^— Wychnor Park, Burton-on-Trent.



Stokestown, co. Wexford, and lia.=, with two daus.,
a son,
William, b. 1878.

Liineag'e. — The family of Lewes claims descent from
Ednowain ap Bradwen, Lord of Llys-Bradwen, founder of the
1.5th noble tribe of North Wales and Powis, a.d. 846: the
present representative being twenty-second in direct male de-
scent from that chieftain. Fifteenth from Ednowain was

Thomas Lewes, of Llysnewydd, who ra.Jane, dau. of James
Lewes, of Coedmore, and gianddau. of Sir John Lewes, of
Abemantbychan, co. Cardigan; and d. about 1700, leaving a
son,

David Lewes, who in. Magdalen, dau. of Thomas Lloyd,
Esq. of Bronwydd, and their eldest son dying up.m., the estate
fell to David's grandson,

John Lewes, Esq. of Carmarthen, and of Llanllyr, co. Car-
digan, who 1)1. Esther Beynon, of Castell Gorvod, co. Carmar-
then. Their son,

John Lewes, Esq. of Llysnewydd, and of Llanllyr, 7)i. Rebecca
Price, of Duffryn, co. Carmarthen, and by her the Duffryn
property was joined to Llysnewydd. He d. 1759, leaving a
son,

William Lewes, Esq. of Llysnewydd, who m. Joan, dau. of
Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Bronwydd, and had issue,

I. William, of whom presently.

II. Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Taynton, co. Oxford, and Bar-
rington, co. Gloucester, deceased.

III. John, m. Mary Anne, dau. of T. Vaughan, Esq. of
Tyllwydd, co. Cardigan, and d. 1860, leaving issue,

1 John, late Lieut.-Col. 10th Hussars, in. Mary Jane, dau.
of Rev. J. Griffith, and has issue. 2 Thomas.

3 Price, late Major R.A., in. Florence Kitmear, of Hali-
fax.

1 Mary Anne, m. Robert Lewis Lloyd, Esq. of Nantgwilt,
CO. hadnor.

2 Louisa Jane, rn. Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart, of Gogerddan, co.
Cardigan.

IV. Price, of Gwastoed, co. Cardigan.
The eldest son,

William Lewes, Esq. of Llysnewydd, an offlcerin the Horse
Guards (Blue), in. 1812, Eliza Williama Anne, dau. of Col.
Lewis, of Llanayron, co. Cardigan, and left issue at his
decease,

William Price, late representative.

John, 6. 1814, an ofiBcer in the 27th Regt., m. Charlotte

Berry; and d. at the Cape of Good Hope, leaving issue a

dau.. Amy Eliza, deceased.
Williama Johanna, ih. John Boultbee, Esq. of Baxterley, co.

Warwick, and has issue, John Edward Lewes, late 71st

Eegt., and Williama Mary Sidney, deceased.

The elder son,

William Price Lewes, Esq. of Llysnewydd, late of the 96th
Regt., Honorary Col. Royal Carmarthen Artillery Militia, J.P.
and D.L. for cos. Carmarthen, Pembroke, and Cardigan, and
High Sheriff for the last-named shire 1859, h. 5 Nov. 1813 ; m.
21 Oct. 1837, Anna, elder dau. of James Beatty, Esq., M.D. of
Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh, and by her, who is deceased, hart
issue,

I. William Price Llewellyn, present representative.

II. Thomas Powell, b. 18 Aug. 1860.

I. William Susannah, m. April, 1»74, John Richard Howell,
Esq. of Glaspant, Carmarthen.

II. Elizabeth Cecilia Johanna, m. Aug. 1801, Essex Bowen,
Esq., M.D., of Llwyngwair, co. Pembroke, and is de-
ceased.

i:i. Mary Anna, rn. March, 1869, James Bowen Summers,
Esq. of Milton, co. Pembroke.
Col. Lewes d. 1890.

Arms — Gu., three serpents nowed in triangle arg. Crest — '•
An eagle displayed with a serpent embowed round the body
ppr. Motto — Sine dolo, and cos d(f)is cos a(TOS.

Seat — Llysnewydd, Llandyssil, South Wales.



LEWES OF LLYSNEWYDD.

Lewes. William Peice Llewellyn, Esq.



of



Lljsnewjdd, co. Carmarthen, J.P. and D.L. cos.
Cardigan and Carmarthen, Lieut.-Col. late 51st
Eegt., b. 30 Aug. 1838 ; m. 10 Jan. 1872, Sarah
Cecilia, 2nd dau. of John Deane-Drake, Esq. of



LEWIN OF THE HOLLIES.

Lewin, Moetimee, Esq. of The Hollies, Bexlej,
Kent, b. 13 Oct. 1847 ; s. his father 17 June, 1877 ;
m. Louisa Mary, dau. of Major George Thompson,
late 21st iS'orth British Fusiliers, and has issue, two
daus.

Liueagre. — This is an old Kentish family.

Richard Lewin, Esq. of The Hollies, Bexley, Kent, in. 1752,
Mary Brown, of an ancient family seated at Hampstead, and
c(. 1810, leaving by her (who d. 1760), i. Thomas, his hcirj



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LEW



1195



II. Eichard, of Eltham, Kent, father of Sir Gregory Allnutt
Lcwin; in. John; iv. Gregory; v. Frederick; vi. Edward:
Tii. John; 1. Mary. The eldest son,

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of The Hollies, h. 18 April, 1753; wi.
1784, Mary, dau. of Major-Gen. John Hale, of Plantation, near
Guisborough, co. York (4th son of Sir Bernard Hale, Chief
Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, see Hale ofKuv/s If'aldev),
hy Mary Chaloner his wife {see Chalonep. of Giusborougk). and
d. 1837, having by her (who d. 1843) had issue,

Thomas (deceased).

Bichard John, ra. Jane, widow of T. Plumer, Esq., M.P., and

is deceased
Frederick (deceased).
Frederick Mortimer, his heir.
William Charles James, m. in 1827, Jane Laprimandaye, and

had four sons and two daus.
George Herbert, m. 1835, Mary Friend, and had three sons

and two daus.
Edward Barnard Hale, m. Matilda Rivaz, and hacl three sons

and two daus. His 2nd son, Wilfred Hale, m. in India,

31 Oct. 1885, Kate, 2nd dau. of T. W. BaggaUay, Esq. of

Holme Lee, Beckenham, Kent, andhas adau., 6. 5 Jan. 1887.
Emilius (deceased).
Mary Hale,5)i. 1806, Charles Marsh, Esq., and had a son and

three daus. Ann.

Harriet, to. 1820, George Grote, Esq., the Historian of Greece,

and d. 28 Dec. 1878.

Charlotte, m. 1834, Thomas Lewin, Esq., and is deceased.
Frances Eliza, m. Neil von Koch, Esq. of Stockholm, and

d. 21 Aug. 1888, leaving issue, four sons.
The 4th son,

Frederick Mortimer Lewin, Esq. of The Hollies, J.P. for
Kent and Hants, 6. 30 Aug. 1798 ; to. 9 April, 1839, Augusta
Diana, elder dau. of Thomas Gisborne Babington, Es.-j. of
Rothley Temple, co. Leicester, by Hon. Augusta Julia, 4th
dau. of Sir Gerard Noel Noel, Bart., and had issue,

I. Frederick Chaloner, 85th Eegt., 6. 5 June, 1842 ; d. 14
May, 1870.

II. Lionel Henry, 6. 25 June, 1846 ; d. 20 Dec. 1874.

III. Mortimer, now of The Hollies.

I. Mary Hale, m. 8 June, 1865, Col. Henry Masterman
Thompson, late 41st (Welsh) and 82nd Kegts., and has
issue.

II. Diana Spencer, m. 3 March, 1868, Lieut. -Col. Edward
Spread Beamish, R.A., 2nd son of Eev. Henry Hamilton,
Beamish, by Anne Isabella his wife, dau. of Kev. Edward
Spread {see Beamish ofJ\Iouat Beamish), and has issue.

III. Julia Babington.

He d. 17 June, 1877.

Anns — Per pale gu. and or, three bucks' heads erased at the
neck counterchanged, Crest — A buck trippant quarterly or
and az. Motto — Dieu sait tout.

Seat — The Hollies, Bexley, Kent.



liEWIN OF CLOaHANS AND CASTLE-
GROVE.

Lewin, Fredeeic Thomas, Esq. of Cloglians, co.
Mayo, and of Castlegrove, co. Galway, J.P. and
D.L. for former co.. High SherifP 1886, and J.P.
CO. Galway, High Sheriff 1892, b. 1828 ; m. 1867,
Lucy Emma, dau. of William Byrom Corrie, Esq.
of Cheltenham, and by her (who d. 1880) has issue,

I. Thomas Frederic, 6. 1872. ii. Arthur Corrie.

III. Frederic Henry.

I. Constance Mary. n. Lucy Emily.

III. Gwynneth Maud, iv. Alice Christina,

v. Emma Marian Edith.

Liiueag'e. — Thomas Lewin. Esq. of Cioghans, son of
Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Croom, co. Limerick, -ju. 1656, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Edward Yeo, Esq. of Ransfadden, Wales, and
in 1663 purchased Cioghans. He left issue, i. Joseph, his
heir; ii. Thomas. Mr. Lewin d. 1690. The eldest son,

Joseph Lewin, Esq. of Cioghans, m. 1685, Ann, dau. of
Robert Bell, Esq. of Streamstown, and had issue, i. Thomas,
his heir; ii. John, d.s.p.; i. Elizabeth. The eldest sou,

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cioghans, m. 1714, Christina, dau.
of B. King, Esq., and had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

Henry, a cavalry ofiBcer, d. s. p., killed in the battle of
Fontenoy. Carkiqub, of whom presently.

Francis, d. s. p.
The eldest son,

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cioghans, High Sheriff of Mayo 1745,
TO. 1740, Barbara, dau. of John Ross Lewin, Esq. of Fortfergus,
CO. Clare, and had issue,



Thomas, his heir.

Anne, ra. 1776, George Ross Lewin, Esq. of Ross Hill, co.
Clare.
Susan, TO. John Westrogp, Esq. of Mellon, co. Limerick.

The eldest son,

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cioghans, High Sheriff of Mayo, m.
1770, Elizabeth, dau. of Harrison Ross Lewin, Esq. of Fort^
fergus, CO. Clare, and had issue,

Jane, to. 1st, Capt. Horsfall, 39th Regt., and 2ndly, Col. John
Scrope Colquitt, of the Grenadier Guards.

Barbara, ra. Ralph Benson. F.sq. of Lutwyche Hall, co. Salop,
some lime M.P. for Stafford. Anna, d. anra.

Mr. Lewin left no male issue. His uncle,

Carrique Lewin, Esq., son of the 2nd Thomas Lewin, of
Cioghans, vi. 1745, Margaret, dau. of James Gallagher, Esq.,
and had issue, a son,

James Lewin, Esq. of Oaklands, m. 1780, Ann, dau. of
Edward Elwood, Esq. of Ballymore, co. Sligo, and had issue,

James, Capt. 30th Foot, w-ho m. and had one son, James St.
George, Lieut. 61st Regt., d. s. p. 1849, in India.

Thomas, of whom presently.

Carrique, Lieut. 71st R(gt., d. s.p. 1844,

The 2nd son,

Thomas Lewin, Esq. of Cioghans, served a few years as
an officer 30th Regt., but quitted the army on the reduction
after Waterloo. He to. 1823, Anne, dau. of Westropp Ross
Lewin, Esq. of Cornfield, co. Clare, and d. 1873, having had
issue,

Frederic Thomas, now of Cioghans.

Georgina, m. 1861, George Ellis, Esq., late Lieut. 52nd Light
Infantry.

Arms— Arg., abend engrailed sa. between two trefoils slipped
vert. Crest — A demi-hon sa. holding between his paws a tre-
foil slipped vert. Motto— Spes mea in Deo.

&a(s— Castlegrove, Tuam, co. Galway, and Cioghans, co.
Mayo.



LEWIS OF ST. PIERRE,

Lewis, Charles Edward. Esq. of St. Pierre, co,
Monmouth, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1880 ; b.
26 April, 1830 ; m. 2 Oct. 1858, Sarah Elizabeth,
eldest dau. of James Staunton Lambert, Esq., of
Waterdale House, co. Galway, by the Hon. Cam-
den Elizabeth Lambert (only dau. and heir of the-
last Baron Kirkcudbright).

Lineagre. — This family derives, in a direct line, from
Cadifor, Prince or Chieftain of Divet, who flourished about
the period of the Norman Conquest, and was bur. in the I'riory
of Caermarthen.

Philip, 3rd son of Llewellyn ap Ivor, Lord of St. Clare-
and Tredegar, by Angharad his wife, dau. and heir of Sir
Morgan Meredyth, m. Nest, dau. of Gwillym Sais ap Madoc,
and had issue, Gwillym Philip Llewellyn ; John Philip-
Llewellyn; Gwenllian, m. David Gwillym Jenkin; and an
elder son.

Sir David ap Philip, m. Christy, dau. of David ap levan ap'
Rhys Voel, and their grandson,

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Chepstow, co. Monmouth, killed at
Banbury, 1469, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Morgan Jenkin Philip,
of Langston, co. Monmouth, and his great-grandson,

Henry Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, living 1536, High Sheriff
1544, d. 1547, having to. Bridget, dau. and heir of Thomas
Kemeys, and widow of Thomas Herbert, of Caldicot, by whom
he was father of

William Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, living 1583, m. Margaret,
dau. of Robert Gamage, of Coity, co. Glamorgan, and was s. by
his son,

Henrt Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, High Sheriff 1609, d. 7 Feb.
1637; ii!. Joan, dau. and co-heir of Henry Herbert, Esq. of
Wonastow, and had a son and heir,

George Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, m. Mary, dau. of Sir
William Morgan, of Tredegar, and d. v. p. 17 Nov. 1634,
leaving issue, William, -who d. a minor ; Elizabeth, who ra.
Roger Gates, of Cefn Tila, co. Monmouth : and a son and
heir,

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, a Royalist, living 1673.
He TO. Johanna, dau. of Joseph Langton, Esq. of Newton Park,
Somerset, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, j)i. De la Riviere or De la
Rivers, dau. of Gen. Sir Thomas Morgan, Knt. and Bart, of
Llangattock, co. Monmouth, which lady lii. 2ndly, Thomas
Williams, Esq., 4th son of Sir Trevor Williams, Bart, of
Llangibby Castle, co. Monmouth, ancestor of Williams, of
Llangibby Castle. Mr. Lewis left issue a son.



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LEW



TnoMAS Lewis. Esq. of St. rievro, »!. 1ft. Frances, dau. of
Sir Kichard Levett, Knt. of Kew, who <?. 1707; 2ndly, Katha-
ine. only dau. and heir of Hush Calveley Cotton, eldest son
of Sir Roliert Cotton, Bavt. of Combermere, co. Chester; and
ordly, Jane Bacliel, only dau. and heir of William Becher,
Ksq. of Howberry, co. Bedford. Mr. Lewis d. 29 May, 1732,
a^ed 47, having had isfue by his 3rd wife. Craven, who m. and
<^ f.}). before 1764: Mary, d. 1734; Fanny, d. 9 May, 1707,
bavins; "I. Thomas Lewis, Esq. of Crick, who d. Feb. 1803,
aged 6S : and an elder son,

MoBGAS Lewis. Esq. of St. Pierre, d. 17 Aug. 1779, aged 57 ;
m. Eachel, only dau. of Charles Van, Esq. of Llanwern, co.
Monmouth, and by her (who d. 28 Jan. 1797, aged 70) had
seven sons and three daus.,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. Charles, who s. his brother.

III. John Craven, of Henbury, co. Gloucester, who in. and
left a dau., who m. Capt. Crowdy, and left issue a dau.

IV. George, drowned in the Severn, 6 Nov. 1774, aged 16.

Y. Edward, Hector of Portskewett and St. Pierre, d. 1 March,
1839, ased 79 ; Hi. Mary, eldest dau. and co-heir of William
Freke.''Esq. of Hannington, WUts, who d. 29 Dec. 1846,
aged 76. and by her had issue,
1 Edward Freke, M.A., formerly Rector of Portskewett
and St. Pierre; m. 31 Aug. 1853, Caroline Mary, 2nd dau.
of Thomas Bates Eons, Esq. of Court-y-rala, co. Glamor-
gan.

1 Mary, m. her cousin, Eev. Francis Lewis, of St. Piene.

2 Frances. 3 Anne, m. Capt. John King, U.N.

VI. Francis (Rev.), LL.B., d. 17 Sept. 1794, aged 32; m.
Kanny, youngei- dau. and co-htir of William Kreke, Esq. of
Ilannington, Wilts, who survived her husband, and m. 2ndly,
AVilliani Morton Pleydell, Esq. of Whalcomb, co. Dorset,
and 3rdly, Eev. Paul Leir.

VII. James, d. 4 June, 1787, aged 22.

I. Jane, m. 1st, 12 Feb. 1774. John Hanbury, Esq. of Ponty-
1)001, eo. Monmouth ; 2ndly, Thomas Stoughton, Esq. of
ctallvhorgan, co. Kerry.

II. Ellen, m. Rev. Thomas Leyson, M.A. of Jesus Coll.
Oxford, Vicar of Bassalega, and Rector of Panteague and

Tredunnock, co. Monmouth.

III. Frances, d. 1795.
The eldest son,

Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, m. 1st, Margaret, dau. of
John Cope, Esq. of Petherton, Westmoreland, Jamaica, which
lady d. 26 Jan. 173S, aged 19. He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Eev.
Thomas Leyson, who survived her husband, and hi. 2ndly,
15 April, 1798, Charles Kemeys Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., and d.
April, 1835. Mr. Lewis d. s. ^j. 17 June, 1796, aged 45, and
was s. by his brother,

Charles Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, m. 16 June, 1777,
•Susanna, dau. of Francis Davis, Esq. of Chepstow, and Anne
his wife, dau. and co-heir of James Higford, Esq. of Dixton,
.CO. Gloucester, and had (with a dau. Frances Susanna, m.
John Baldwyn, Esq. of the Mount, Chepstow) five sons. Mr.
Lewis d. 10 Dec. 1840, aged 86, and w.is s. by his son,
-"^Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, Col. of the Monmouth
Militia, h. 12 May, 1779, m. 1st, Maria Anne. dau. of Thomas
Daniel, Esq. of Henbury, co. Gloucester ; and 2ndly, Caroline,
dau. and co-heir of Thomas Dyot Skip Bucknall, Esq. of
Hampton Court, Middlesex. She d. 29 March, 1850, aged 52 ;
and Col. Lewis d. s. p. at Clifton, 21 April, 1847, aged 67 ; and
was s. by his brother,

Chakles James Lewis, Esq. of .St. Pierre, D.L. and J. P., h.
26 Jan. 1781. He d. s. p. 15 Aug. 1859, and was s. by his next
brother,

Rev. Francis Lewis, D.L. and J. P., B.D., Rector of Llan-
vair-Kilgiddin, co. Monmouth, and Vicar of Holme Lacy,
CO. Hereford, 6. 4 July, 1782 : m. 1st, 25 March, 1828, his
cousin, Mary, dau. of Rev. Edward Lewis, Rector of Port-
skewett, CO. Monmouth, and by her (who d. 31 May, 1846)
had issue,

I. Charles Edward, of St. Pioire.

II. Thomas Freke, of Abbey Dore Court, Hereford, B A.,
J. P. and D.L., late Lieut. 23rd E.W. Fusiliers, b. 16 May,
IsSl.

III. Francis Higford, I. 24 Sept. 1832 ; d. unm. 10 April,
1855.

IV. Henry Leece, b. 8 Sept. 1834 : d. 15 Feb. 1835.

V. George William, Lieut. 23rd Regt., b. 23 June, 1840 ; d.
wrm. 14 Oct. 1866.

I. Mar)' Fanny Susanna, 7?i. 11 Aug. 1864, Fr.ancls Thomas

Egerton Prothero. Esq., J. P., Barrister-at-Law, of Malpas

Court, CO. Monmouth, and has issue.

The Rev. Francis Lewis m. 2ndly, 7 Jan. 1853, Jane, only dau.

of Vice-Admiral Charles Gordon, and widow of the Rev.

James Henry Scudamore Burr. He d. Feb. 1872, and his widow

1,1. 2nd!y, Capt. Eolland.

Arr>i% — Or, a lion rampant sa., with many quarterings.



Crest— K griffin segreant sa. Motto— lla. pcrsa la fide, ha perso
Ihonore.

Seat— Si. Pierre, near Chepstow.



HAMPTON-LEWIS OF HENLLYS AND
BODIOR.

Hampton - Lewis, Thomas Lewis, Esq. of
Henllys and Bodior, co. Anglesey, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1SG9, Col. Commanding Eoyal Angle-
sey Engineer Militia 1878 to 1891, and since 1891
Hon. Col. of that Corps, late of H.M. Hon. Corps
of Gentlemen-at-Arms, and formerly Capt. 5th
Dragoon Guards, educlited at Sandhurst, entered
the army 1852, served in the Crimean War 1854 to
1856, was at Balaklava, lukerman, Tchernaya, and
Sevastopol (medal with three clasps, Turkish war
medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie), b. 9 Aug.
1834 ; m. 20 Feb. 1872, Lettice Martha, 2nd dau.
of Henry Pritchard, Esq. of Trescawen, Anglesey,
J.P. and D.L., and has had issue,

I. John Arthur, 6. 26 March, 1874; d. 2 Aug. 1875.

II. John Lewis, b. 1 Oct. 1876.

in. Thomas Herbert Richard, b. 2 April, 1885.

I. Mary Gwendolen, b. 1 April, 1875.

II. Dorothy Lettice, 6. 14 April, 1880.

III. Cicely Myfanwy, b. 11 March, 1883.

Lineagre. — William Hampton, descended. It is stated,
from an ancient Lancashire family, formed one of the
garrison of Beaumaris Castle in 1460, and held there the rank
of Deputy-Governor, as appears from a document bearing his
name, giving orders to the inhabitants of the town to extinguish
their fires at an appointed hour. He received a grant of Henllys,
CO. Anglesey, anciently the seat of Gweirydd ap Rhys Goch,
chief of one of the Fifteen Tribes of North Wales. The
eventual heiress of the Hamptons of Henllys,

Mart Hampton, of Henllys (only surviving child of Robert
Hampton, Esq., High Sheriff of Anglesey 1732), m. 11 April,
1746, John Jones, Esq. of Trefollwyn, High Sheriff of Anglesey
1750, son of Hugh Jones, Esq., of the same place, by Anne
his wife, dau. of William Lloyd, of Llansadwrn, and sister of
Rev. Owen Lloyd, Rector of same place. She d. 22 Sept. 1759,
h.^ving had by her husband (who d. May, 1760) a dau., Mary,
b. 2 Nov. 1749, m. William Lloyd, Esq. of Rockville, co.
Eoscommon, and a son and successor,

John Hampton Jones, Esq. of Henllys, 6. 24 Feb. 1746,
High Sheriff of Anglesey 1770 ; m. 25 June, 1770, Emma, only
dau. of the Eev. John Lewis, A.M., of Plas Llanfihangel,
Rector of Llandegfan, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas
Eoberts, Esq. of Bodior, and by her (who d. Nov. 1780) had
issue,

I. John Hampton, his heir.

II. Robert Edward (Rev.), 6. April, 1779, B.A. Wadham
College, Oxford, Chaplain to H.M. forces at the Mauritius,
111. 1812, Susanna Dorothea, 2nd dau. of John Williams,
Esq. of Peniarth Uchaf, co. Merioneth, and had issue, Henry
Berkeley; and Maria Dorothea Wilhelmina Sydney, m.
Robert Webster, of the 99th Begt.

I. Elizabeth Margaret, d. unm. ii. Jane Lewis.

He d. 12 Sept. 1806, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Hampton Hampton-Lewis, Esq. of Henllys, D.L.,
High Sheriff 1813, Major Carnarvonshire Militia, b. 21 Nov.
1775, assumed by royal licence 1830, the additional surname
of Lewis; m. 19 Dec. 1796, Mar}', dau. of Richard Chambers,
Esq. of Whitbourn Court, and Cradley Hall, co. Hereford,
widow of Thomas Harris Freeman, Esq. of Gains, same co.,
and had issue by her (who d. Jan. 1842),

I. John Lewis, his heir.

II. Joseph, 6. 2 Feb. 1800, Col. 50th Regt. Native Infantry,
H.E.l.C.S. ; m. Ellen, dau. of Major Hall, H.E.I.C.S., and
had issue, John Lewis, b. 27 March, 1827.

I. Emma, b. 2 Feb. 1801 ; d- 5 Aug. 1819.

II. Anna Maria, b. 27 April, 1802, d. young.

III. Mary Margaret, b. 7 Sept. 1803; in. 22 Nov. 1825, Alex-
ander Anderson, Esq. of Kingask, co. Fife, Major H.E.I.C.
Engineers, and by him (who d. 13 Sept. 1856) had issue.

IV. Anna Maria Surinam, b. 4 Jan. 1811 ; m. 16 June, 18.35,
Charles Norton Longman, Esq. of Mount Grove, Hampstead,
Middlesex, and has issue,

Mr. Hampton-Lewis d. 22 Jan. 1343, and was .s. by his son,

John Lewis Hampton-Lewis, Esq. of Henllys and Bodior
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1846, Major 5th Dragoon Guards,
b. 18 Oct. 1798 ; m. 2 Sept. 1833, Elizabeth Frances, only child
and heiress of Thomas I'Anson, Esq. of Prior House, Rich-
mond, and d. 1871, having by her (who d. 1878) had issue,



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I. Thomas Lewis Hampton, now of Henllys and Bodior.

n. John Vivian Hampton, b. 18 June, 1835, m. 2 June, 1868,

Lady Laura Pliipps, dau. of the Marquess of Normanby,

and has issue.

I. Fanny Mary Hampton, 6. 4 April, 1838 ; m. W. G.
(rriflith, Esq. of Lias Llanfair, co. Carnarvon, and has
issue.

II. Mary Freeman Grace Hampton.

^nus— Quarterly ; 1st and 4th, quarterly, 1st and 4th arff.,
a chevron sa. between three Cornish choughs ppr., in the beak
of each an ermine spot, for Lewis, 2nd and 3rd gu., on a
chevron between three bucks' heads cabossed arg. a crescent
of the field for ditference, for Koberts of Bodior; 2nd and 3rd
gu., on a fess or, between a mullet in chief and an escallop in
base arg. three martlets sa., for Hampton. Crests — 1st, A
Cornish chough ppr., in the dexter claw a fleur-de-lis az., for
Lewis; 2nd, A wyvern amidst bulrushes ppr., for Hampton.
Motto— A Deo et rege.

Smts— Henlljs, near Beaumaris, and Bodior, near Holy-
head.



LEWIS OF BALLINAGAR.

Lewis, Johx Michael Atlwaed, Esq. of Balli-
nagar, co. Galwav, J.P., b. 1 Eeb. 1854 ; .«. his
father 1873; m. 4 Dec. 18S9, Catherine Frances,
only dau. of Edward Jonas Greene, Esq. of New-
stead, CO. Dublin, and has issue,

John Aylward, b. 23 July, 1893.
Kathleen Adelaide, 6. 29 Aug. 1890.

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