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April, 1817 ; m. 10 June,
1811, Mary Anne, dau. of Anthony Molyneux, Esq. of
New.sham House, and has

1 Clement Molyneux, 6. 3 April, 1842 ; m. 21 Feb, 1882,
Annette Nora Jane, dau. of Thomas Littledale, Esq. of
Highfield.

2 William Herbert Molyneux, b. 17 Jan. 1844 ; m. 1874,
Mary Alice, dau. of John Asliworth, Esq. of Clough Fold,
Kossendale, and had 1 William Horace, b. 21 May, 188J;
2 Mary Ashworth, b. 18 March, 1875 ; 3 Alice Maud, 6.
30 Dec. 1817 ; d. 1878.

3 ErufSt Edmund Molyneux, b. 22 Oct. 1848; to. 3 April,
1872 Blanche, dau. of Christopher Rawson, Esq., and had
1 Percy Molyneux Rawson, b. 5 April, 1874; 2 Charlrs
William Uaw.son; 3 Kathleen Mabel, b. 18 Dec. 1S72; 4
Ellen Jessira, b. 1 Feb. 1876.

4 Arthur Molyneux, b. 17 Oct. 1876.

1 Frances Marion, lu. 17 Jan. 1872, William Fenton, Esq.,
jun. if Dutton Manor, Itibchester, and d. 21 Aug. 1878,
Itaving issue.

2 Ellen, m. 21 April, 1873, Charles C. 0. Tylden Wright,
Esq , a- d d. 1884, leaving issue.

3 Clara, to. 10 Oct. 1872, Lieut. -Col. Herbert Leigh Gibbs,
and has issue.

4 Mabel, w. 30 Jan. 1879, William Archibald Napier,
F.sq., son of Major the Hon. Charles Napier, and has
issue.

John (Rev.), Rector of Ileysham, b. 23 Nov. 1818 ; m. 1847,
Jane, dau. of Haddon Askwith, Esq. of Uipon, and d. s. p.
9 June, 1865.

Emma, 6. 10 March. 1813; m. John Bentley, Esq. of Birch
House, CO. Lancaster.

Julia, b. 19 Sept. 1820; m. 1st, Thomas Littledale, Esq. of
Highfield, and 2ndly, Horace Turner, E-sq. of Liverpool, who
d. "s. i>. Is84. By her first husband, she has issue.



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Clementina, w. 1S57, Rev. Christopher Smyth, Hector of
Woodtoril.

ilr. Royils d. 1S04. His eldest son,

Albert Hudson Koyds, Esq. of Falinge, co. Lancaster, .T.P.
and D.L. for cos. Lancaster and Worcester, High SheritT for
CO. Worcester ls6o, 0. ISll ; lu. 1S39, Susan Ehza, only child
and heir of Koberl Nuttall, Esq. of Kempsey House, eo. Worces-
i:er, and J. IsjO, having by her (who d. ISG'J) had issue,

I. Clemem lloBERT XcTTALL Beswickk-Rotds, his heir.

II. Edmund jUbert Nuttall, of Brownhill, near KoehJale,
CO. Lancaster, .l.T., educated at Eton and Trin. Coll. Canib.,
Barrister-at-Law, Capt. 1st Royal L;uicashire Militia, and
late Lieut. C^ueen's Own Worcestershire Yeomanry Cavalry,
b. lb4o; m. IG April, 18/ 3, Augusta Eliza, eldest dau. of
AujtusUis lienry Lemonins, Esq. of JStonehouse, near Liver-
pool, and by hfr(,tt'lioi(. '-Z Aug. lsy2) has issue, Albert Henry,
ft. IsTG; Wilfrid Edmund, 6. 1877 ; Kate Augusta, 6. and d.
iS74.

I. -Susan Jane, hi. 1S72, Henry Sales Scobell, late Capt.
.Si;ois Ureys, of Ihe Abbey, Tershore. He d. 1S73 ; she d.

Arms — Erm., on a cross engrailed between four lions ram-
pant gu., a spear in pale ppr., between four bezants. Cresi — A
leopard seja/.t ppr, bezautee, resting his fore-paw on a plieon.
.l/o«o- Semper paratus.

.S' (its— I'yke House, Littleborough, Manchester; and Falinge,
Rochdale.



ROYDS OF HEYSHAM.

RoTDs, Eev. Chaeles Twemlow, of Ileysliam,
CO. Lancaster, and Haiigliton, co. Statlbrd, Kector
and Patron of Ucysham, J.P., b. 11 April, 1S38 ; m.
17 Jiiue, 1SG2, IjOiiisa, dau. of William Hudson,
l^sq. of OusccliU", CO. York, and lias issue,

I. Francis Twemlow, Clerk in Holy Orders, J.P., b. 20 March,
1S63.

II. John FletcherTwemlow, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-
at-Law. 6. 14 March, 18G7.

HI. Charles Cradock Twemlow, 6. 9 Aug. 1877.

I. Margaret Theodosia Twemlow, b. II Oct. 18G4.

II. Elizabeth Louisa Twemlow, b. 18 Jan. 1866; j)i. 28 June,
18y2, Richard Rusden, only surviving son of Richard
Byam Ottley, Esq. of 39, Ladbrooke Square, London.

III. Caroline Anastasia Twemlow, b. 18 Sept. 1869.

Lineage.— Rev. Charles Smith Rotds, 6. 20 Sept. 1799,
■Ith son of James Royds {see Royds of Falhiije), purchased,
ls23, property at Haughton, co. Stafford, including the ad-
vowson of the rectory and subsequently the manor of Aston ;
be rrc. 20 June, 1b37, Mary Anne, dau. of Francis Twemlow,
Esq. of Bctli'y Court, co. Stafford, and by her (who <'. 5 Sept.
las.j; liad issue,

I. Charles Twemlow (Rev.), his heir.

II. Gilbert Twemlow (Rev.), Rector of Haughton, co. Stafford,
b.bi)ct. lsJ5; m. Edith, dau. of Rev. Simon Sturges, Vicar
of Wargiave, co. Berks, and has issue,

Thomas Fletcher, b. 1880.

Gertrude Anastasia. Beatrice Edith.

Mildred.

III. Smith Byrom, Major 77th Regt.,6. 20 Oct. 1847.

rv. George Hetcher, //. 13 Jan. 1857 ; m. 21 Jan. 1884, Emma
Beatil e, Zntl dau. of William Foster, Esq. if Hornby Castle,
CO. Lancaster, and has issue, Thomas William, 6. Nov.
18S5.

I. Theodosia, 6. 7 Sept. 1840; m. 20 April, 187."), Rev. George
Boughey, Rector of Forton, co. Stafford, 2nd son of Sir
Tlioma.-^ Fletcher Fenton Boughey, 3rd Bart, of Aqualaie,
and has is - ue.

II. Mary Anne Anastasia, 6. 4 Nov. 1841 : d. 29 Feb. 1884.

III. Anne Elizabeth, m. 10 June, 18G4, Edward Walter
Greene, Esq., only son of Edward Greene, Esq, ot Nether
Hall, CO. Suffiilk, .M.P., and has issue.

IV. trances Harriett, m. 14 Oct. 1874, Reginald Thompson,
Esq., 2nd son cf Sir Matthew William Thompson, Bart.,
sometime M.F. for Braiiford, and has issue.

V. Elizabeth Charlotte, 6, 20 March, l8o3 ; d. 18 May,
18.59.

\i. Emily Mary, b. 13 March, 1855; m, Dec. 1885, Rev.
Stirling Cooke^lcy Voules, Rector of Ashley, co. Stafford.

Rev. C. S. Royds s. under the will of his nephew. Rev. John
Royds, l86.i, to property at Heysham, co. Lancaster, and the
advowson of the rectory, and d. 24 April, 1879, when he was s. b>
his eldest son.
Rev. Cuarles Twemlow Rotds, now of Heysham.

Ai-ms, Cre.<t, and Motto — Same as RoiDS of Fali/igc.
Stat — Heysham Rectory, Lancaster.



RUCK-KEEN E OF SWYNCOMBE HOUSE.

Euok-Keexe, Chaeles Edmund, Esq. of Snyn-
combe Uouse, co. Oxford, Lieut. Shropshire Light
Infantry, h. 10 Feb. 1866 ; *. his father 1888.

liineag-e. — The family of Keene was formerly settled at
King's Lynn, Norfolk, and thence removed into co. Cam-
bridge.

Charles Keene, who m. Susan Rolfe, and had issue,
Benjamin (Sir), K.B., many years Ambassador at Madrid,

d. there s. p. 1757.
John, d. s. p.

Edmund, of whom presently.
Susan. Ann. Frances.

Bridget. Jane.

The youngest son.

Right Rev. Eomcnd Keene, D.D., Bishop of Ely, »>. 175>
(o.s.), Mary, dau, and heir of Lancelot Andrews, Esq., and
dying 1780, left (with a dau. Mary) a son,

Benjamin Keene, Esq. of W'estoe Lodge, co. Cambridge, who

represented Cambridge in Parliament ; he m. 1780, Mary, only

dau. of George Ruck, Esq. of Swyncombe, co. Oxford, of an

old family of the name in Kent, and by her (who d.. 1823) had

issue,

Benjamin, Capt. 9th Light Dragoons, m. Augusta, dau. of

John Fane, Esq. of Wormesley, co. Oxford, and d. s. p.

1829.

Charles Edmund (Rev.), of Swyncombe.
Marianne, m. 8 Aug. 1801, Sir William Blackett, 5th Bart.,
and d. 7 Aug. 1859.

Frances, m. Col. Pemberton, of Trunipington, co. Cambridge ;
d. 1869, and had issue.
Sophia Elizabeth, d. unm.

Mr. Keene d. 1837, and was s. by his son,

Rev. Charles Edmund Ruck-Keene, of Swyncombe House,
educated at Eton and Ch. Ch. Oxford, elected Fellow of All
Souls 1814, b. 3 April, 1792; m. 3 April, 1821, Rebecca Frances,
2nd dau. of Sir George Shiffner, 1st Bart, of Coombe, Sussex,
and by her (who ;(. 21 April, 1880) had issue,

I. Edmund, now of Swyncombe House.

II. Charles, b. Dec. 1824; //(. 1880, Emily, dau. of J. Sweet-
ing, Esq. of Devon, and d. 14 Feb. 1886.

III. Ijenjamin (Rev.), Rector of Copford, Colchester, b. June,
1S26; 1)4. Aug. 1855, Edith Alice, dau. of Rev. Ralph Ber-
ners, and has had issue, Kdniund Ralph (Rev.), Curate of
llalstead, m. 19 Jan. 1887, Emma, 3rd dau, of Rev. E. S.
Corrie, Vicar of Greenstead Green, and has issue, a son, 6.
4 March, 1888; Ralph John, Lieut. R.N.; Harry Arthur;
George Berners; Frances Editli, d. 1877; Mary, (i. 1876;
Alice, d. 1877.

IV. George, Comm. R.N , b. Aug. 1827 ; m. Sept, 1861,
Jes.sy, dau. of St. Hill, Esq. She d. 1882,

V. Henry (Rev.), M. A., b. Jan. 1831; m. Jan, 1861, Helen
Harriet, dau. of the Ven. Charles Long, Archdeacon of
York.

VI. John Edward, Major-Gen, K.A, (retired), Knieht of
the Legion of Honour, b. March, 1832 ; m. April, 186.%
Charlotte Anglin, dau, of James Scarlett, Esq,, and has
issue.

VII. Arthur, Capt, 51st Light Infantry, b. Nov, 1834; d.
1873.

I. Mary Augusta. ii. Henrietta.

III. Emily, iv. Charlotte Maria.

Jlr. Ruck-Keene assumed the surname of Ruck in addition to
his pAronymic Keene, by royal licence, and d. 18 Dec. 1880,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Edmund Rock-Kekne, Esq. of Swyncombe House, co. Ox-
ford, J. P., late Major 2nd Dragoon Guards and Col. O.xford-
shire Hussars, 6. 10 April, 1822; in. 1st, Dec. 1864, Elizabeth
Jane, eldest dau. of William Elmhirst, Esq. of West Ashby,
CO. Lincoln, and by her (who d. Dec. 1875) had issue,

I. Charles Edmund, now of Swyncombe House.

II. William George Elmhirst, Lieut. R.N., b. 1867.

III. Harry Lancelot, Lieut. Oxfordshire Light Infantry, b. 5
May, 1858. (

He m. 2ndly, 1881, Emily Frances, eldest dau. of John Henry
.Vshhurst, Esq. of Waterstock, co, Oxford ; and d. 17 July,
1888,

Arms — Ruck and Keene quartered. Crests — 1st, Ruck ;
2nd, Keene,

Heal — Swyncombe House, Ilen!ey-on-Thamcs, co. Oxford.



RUDGE OF EVESHAM.

RrDGE, EuWAED CiiAKLES, of the Abbey Manor
House, Evesham, CO, Worcester, J. P, cos, Worcester
and (jrloucest er, 13. L. Worcester, High Sheriff 18iJ6,
Lord of the Manor of Evesham, 6.1828 ; m. Ist, 1871,



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Helen Katlierine, dau. of Gen. Middlemore, C.B.
She d. 1884. He m. 2ndlj, 1893, Florence, dau. of
— Fox, Esq.

Liineag-e. — From manorial grants, cited in Shaw's .S<o/-
fordshiri., it appears that

John de Rdgge was of Seysdon, co. Stafford, 17 Edward II.
and 4 Edward III. His descendant,

Thomas Rcdge (3rd son of John Rugge, of Seysdon, who d.
1587), settled at Evesham, co. Worcester. He )/;. 23 Jan.
1588, Alice Haye, of Evesham, by whom he had issue,
Edward, Alderman and Sheriff of London 1637, father of

Edward, of Great Warley, Essex.
AViLLiAH, of whom we treat.
The 2nd son,

William Rcdge, Esq. of Evesham, buried 17 May, 1635,
left (by Anne his wife) three sons and two daus. The youngest
son,

Edward Rudge, of London, merchant, bapt. 22 May, 1630 ;
purchased, 1664, the manor and site of the monastery and
abbey lands of Evesham, which borough he represented in the
Parliaments of 1681 and 1690. He d. Oct. 1696, having m.
Susanna, 2nd dau. of Sir John Dethick, Knt. of London, and
by her (who d. 1715, aged 76) had issue (with four daus.,
1. Susanna, m. 1 May, 1688, John Lacy, Esq. of Tottenham
High Cross, Middlesex; ii. Elizabeth, m. 6 Dec. 1G94, Sir
Robert Eyre, Knt., Chief Justice of the Court of Common
Pleas ; in. Anne, d. unm. 16 Dec. 1757 ; and iv. Mary, ra. 25
I'eb. 1703, James Wightwick, Esq. of Lawrence Walthani,
Berks) three sons. Of the eldesi,JoHN, Deputy-Govewior of
the South Sea Company, Director of the Bank of England, and
M.P. for Evesham from 160G to 1740, no descendant remains.
The youngest son,

Eev. Benjamin Rudge. M. A., LL.B., Rector of Thornhaiigh,
CO. Northampton, 6. 16 Jan. 1680; m. 1st, the dau.ot Goddard
Carter, Esq. of Alvescot, co. Oxford, by whom (who d 1712)
he had no issue, and 2ndly, 22 April, 1714, Elizabeth, dau. of
Jacob Reynardson, Esq. of Bristol, by Frances his wife, dau.
of Francis Farnaby, Esq. of Kippington, Kent, and had by
her (who d. 1747) five sons. Mr. Rudge d. 21 April, 1741. His
eldest son,

Edward Etoge, Esq. of Salisbury and Bath, 6. 11 April,
1717: m. 19 July, 1759, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Walter Long,
Esq. of Preshaw, Hants, and by her (who d. 16 April, 1820)
had issue,
Edward, his heir.

Benjamin (Rev.), of Bath, B.A., b. 19 Oct. 1769; d. s. p. 29
March, lb34.
Elizabeth, d. unm. 1S37.
Mr. Eudge d. 28 May, 1790, and was s. by his son,

Edward Rcdge, Esq. of Abbey Manor, Evesham, 6.27 June,
1763; m. 1st, 27 July, 1791, Anne, only dau. of Peter Xouaille,
Esq. of Great Ness House, Kent, and by her (who <?. 1 Sepl.
1836) had issue,

I. Edward John, his heir.

II. Samuel Nouaille, of Thrcekingham, co. Lineolp, D.L.,
BaiTistcr-at-Law, b. J.1 May. 1801 ; m. 3 Feb. 1S42, Mary
Magdalen, dau of Eev. William Collins Colton, of Chelten-
ham, and d. 24 Aug. 1865, leaving by her (who d. 25 June,
1870; an only child,

Walter William Nouaille, of Thrcekingham, co. Lin-
coln, D.L., b. 24 Get. 184J ; to. 20 March, 1862, Florence
Caroline, youngest dau. of Edward Collins VVoodbridge,
Esq. of Dominica, and of Porchester Square, London, and
has issue,
Howard Nouaille, 6. 5 July, 1867.
Magdalen Florence Nouaille.
Agnes Malvina Nouaille.
1. Anne Eliza, ni. 22 Sept 1824, Charles Richard Pole, Esq.
of Wickhill House, co Gloucester, and d. 29 Sept. 1879.
He d. 10 Aug. 1879, lea\ing issue.

Mr. Eudge m. 2ndly, 13 May, 1841, Margaret, widow of Daniel
Bazalgette, Esq. of Eastwick House, Hampton, co. Worcester.
He d. 3 Sept. 1S46, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edward John Eddge, Esq., F.E.S., of The Abbey Manor
House, Evesham, co. Worcester, JI.A., Barristcr-at-Law, J. P.
and D.L., b. 30 May, 1792; to. 29 Aug. 1825, Felizarda, 2nd
dau. of Charles Van Nntten-Pole.Esq. of Wyckhill House, co.
Gloucester, and by her (who d. 14 Oct. 1880) had issue,

I. Edward Charles, now of The Abbey ;jIanor House.

II. William John (Rev.), M.A. Ch. Ch. Coll. Camb., late
"Vicar of Stoven, Suffolk, U. 1838; m. 1st, 1871, Mary, only
dau. of Rev. W. C. Edgell, Rector of Uggeshall, co. Suffolk,
and by her (who d. May, 1880) had issue,

1 Edward John Henry, b. 1874.

2 A son, d. young.



He m. 2ndly, Feb. 1885, Jane, dau. of Rev. — King.

III. Walter Reginald, b. Aug. 1842, Lieut.-Col. late Royal
Artillery, J. P. for Wiltshire; in. Jan. 1867, Louisa Emily,
3rd dau. of Thomas Veale-Lane, Esq. of CofBeet, Devon]
and has issue, 1 Arthur William, Lieut. 2nd Vol.Batt. Som-
erset Light Infantry, 6. May, 186s ; and Mabel Felizarda.

I. Augusta Felizarda.

Mr. Rudge d. 29 Jan. 1861, and was s. by his eldest son.

.4rjn«— Quarterly : sa. and gu., over all a cross engrailed arg.
Crest— Out of a mural crown or, two arras erect, with tlm
sleeves gu., hands and cuffs ppr., supporting a shield aig.
Motto — In cruce fides.

Huat — The Abbey Manor House, near Evesham.



RTTDGE OF FOLKINGHAM!.

Eudge, Walter William Nuvaille, Esq. of
Threekingham, Folkingham, co. Lincoln, D.L. for
CO. Lincoln, 6. 24 Oct. 1«42; m. 20 March, 1862^
Florence Caroline, youngest dau. of Edward Col-
lins W^oodbridge, Esq. ot Dominica, and of Por-
chester Square, London, and has issue,

1. Howard Nodaille, b. 5 July, 1867.

I. Magdalen Florence Nouaille, 6. 26 June, 1863.

n. Agnes Malvina Nouaille, 6. 30 Oct. 1865.

Lineage.— Edward Rcdge, Esq., F.E.S., F.E.G.S.
F.R.H.S., F.R.L.S., of Abbey Manor, Evesham, co. Worcester,
and of Wimpole Street, London, m. 28 July, 1791, Anne, dau.
of Peter Nouaille, of London, and of Greatness, co. Kent, an;!a
by her (6. 29 Oct. 1761 and d. 1 Sept. 1836) had issue,

Edward John {see Rddge of L.cesltain).

Samcel Nouaille, of whom presently.

Anne Eliza, b. 13 June, 1797.; m. 22 Sept. 1824, Charlea
Richard Pole, Esq. of Wickhid House, co. Gloucester, and.
d. 29 Sept. 1879. He d. 10 Aug. 1879, leaving issue.
Mr. Eudge d. 3 Sept. 1846. His 2nd son,

Samuel Nocaille Ecdge, Esq. of Threekingham, co. Lin-
coln, D.L., b. 21 May, IbOl ; Mi. 3 Feb. 1842, Mary Magdalen,
dau. of Rev. William Collins Colton, and d. 24 Aug. 186."),
leaving by her (who d. 25 June, 1870) an only son, Walter Wil-
liam Nouaille Eudge, Esq., now of Threekingham.

J^nmilji of U^ouuilU.

Peter Nouaille, of St Anne's, Soho, co. Middlese.\, came
over from France after the Eevocation of the Edict of Nantes-
in 1686, and c^ about 1692. He had issue,

Peter Nouaille, of Pater Noster Row, merchant, who in.
Anne, dau. of John Mailliard, of Sp.tal Fields, and </. 11
April, 1763, aged 70, leaving'by her (who d. II Dec. 1705) a.
dau., Susanna, who m. James F'rushard, of London, and d,
22 Feb. 1795, and a son,

Peter Nouaille, of London, and of Greatness, co. Kent,
D.L. for the city of London, m. Feb. 1760, Elizabeth, only
child of Peter Delamare, of Greatness, co. Kent, and d. 7 Dec-
1809, having by her (who d. 6 June, 1805) had issue, Peter Nou-
aille, of Greatness, J. P. CO. Kent, 6. 7 May, 1766; ra. 17 Sept.
1801, Anne, 2nd dau. of William Woodgate, of Summer Hiil,
Tunbridge, Kent, and had issue ; and Annis, m. Edward Ecdgb^
Esq., asabove.

Arms— See Ecdge of Ecesham

Heat — Threeliiughani, Folkiiigham, co. Lincoln.



CAIiVEKLEY-RUDSTON OF HAYTON.

Calverley-Eudston, Tkevok Whelee, Esq.
of Havton, and Allerthorpe Hall, co. York, J. P. foi-
N. Eiding, J.P. and D.L. for E. Biding, Fellow
of Eojal Horticultural Society, Fellow of Zoolo-
gical Society of London, b. 80 Dec. 1851 ; assumed
by royal licence the name of Calverley-Eudston in
compliance with thewill of his uncle, tlielateWilJiam
Henry Eudston-Kead ; .s. his uncle 18S6 ; r/j. 1873,
Annie, only dau. of the late Liilbert Wilkes, Esq. of
Chadwick Manor, co. Warwick, and has had issue,

I. William George Trevor, 6. 14 Feb. 1874.

II. A son, b. and d. 1884.

I. Annie Teresa, b. 5 Feb. 1875.

II. Evelyn Maud, b. 19 Jan. 1880.

Liineag-e.— Sir John Ecdsto>, Lord of the Manor of
Hay ton, in the East Eiding, was living C Iving John. From



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him descended the distinguished co. York family of IUdston
ifci BpBKE's Extinct Baroncttt:/().

Elizabeth Kldstox, of llayton (sister and heir of Sir
Tliomas Kiulston, 3rd Bart, of Hayton, and dau. of Sir Thomas
lUidston, 2nd Bart., by Katlurine his wife, dau. and co-heirof
Ooorge Mountayne, Esq. of Westow), m. Henry Cutler, Esq.,
<ldest sou of Sir Gervaise Cutler, Knt. of Stainborough Hall
<jiow VTentworth Castle), in the West Riding, but had no issue.
iShe survived her husband, and at her decease devised her
KLUiily property at Hayton and elsewhere to her cousin and
heir-general,

KcDSTON Calveklet, Esq., son of 'William CalTerley, by
Jane Binnington his wife, grandson of Charles Calverley, by
Catherine Mitchell his wife, and great-grandson of Hester,
<lau. of William Kudsti.n and niece of Sir Walter Eudston,
J St Bart. This gentleman, on inheriting Hayton, assumed the
surname and Arms cf Kudston. He in. 1 Oct. I76I, Anne,
<lau. of William Stockdale,.Esq. of Scarborough, and had issue,
Thomas Cctleb, his heir ; William Stockdale, Midshipman
K.*C., lost at sea; George, a merchant at Hull, hi. and had
issue, Henry, lost at sea ; Charles, a merchant at Hull ; Char-
lotte. 771. Eichard Vawser, Esq.; and Anne. Mr. Calverley-
liudston d. 15 June, 1S06, and was s. by his eldest son,

Eev. Tho.mas Cctler ErDSTON-EEAU, of Hayton, 6. 19 Nov.
1762, who assumed the additional surname and arms of Read,
in compliance with the will of William Eead, Esq. of Sand-
Hutton. He m. 26 Jlay, 1803, Louisa, 3rd dau. of Henry
Obolmley, Esq. of Whitby Abbey and Howsbam, co. York,
and had issue,

William Henry, his heir.

tieorge (Eev.). M.A., hector of Sutton-on-Derwent, E.R. co.
York, b. 24 Feb. 1810; m. 1830, Teresa, eldest dau. of
Rev. William Wheler, youngest son of Sir Charle-i Wheler,
7th Bart, of Leamington, co. Warwick, andci. 31 Dec. 1861,
leaving issue,
Tbevob Wheler, now of Hayton.
Louisa. Georgiana. Theresa Charlotte.

Thomas Frederick (Rev.), M.A., Rural Dean and Rector of
Wilhyham, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent, J. P. cu. Lincoln,
li. 4 June, 1811 ; m. 1st, 21 May, 1846, Louisa, dau. of the
Hon. and Very Rev. Henry David Erskine, Dean of Eipon,
.and had by her a son, Lionel, 6. 19 March, and cl. 13 May,

1846. and 2ndly, 23 May, 1867. Barbara Louisa Fell, uau.
of William Thompson, M.D., of I'riorletham, co. Fife, and
of St. Andrews, and by her had a dau. l-rederlca Louisa.
The Eev. T. F. Raidston-Read d. 20 Jan. 1892.

JCdward, Major in the army, b. 13 Oct. 1812: m. 29 April,

1847, Isabella, dau. of E. S. Strangwjys, Esq. ot AIne, and
has, D"Arcy Wellesley Edward ; llarry, m. 6 March, Is^s,
Lilian, eldest dau. of Frederick Cu.x, Esq. of 10, Belgrave
Square; Noel; Constance; and Ada.

•Charles, Lieut. R.N., b. 16 May, ISla; d. 1854.

AV alter, b. iO March, 1820; d. 27 Oct. 1»29.

Anna, m. 20 Feb. Is39, Eev. John Harding, Rector of

Walkerne, Herts, who d. 7 Feb. 1873. She d. 5 May, 1839.
Maria Christiana, d. 25 Dec. 1821.
Catherine, m. 21 May, 1846, Rev. J. W. Atkinson, Vicar of

Brodsworth, Doncaster, who d. 25 May, 1«67. She d. 23

Feb. 1873, leaving two sons and two daus., Wiliiam,

Arthur, Emily, and Katherine.
Elizabeth .\melia, m. 7 Jidy, 1840, Thomas Faulconer, Esq.,

and has issue, Robert; Rudston ; Arthur; Louisa, m.

Admiral Arthur Ctiatfield, R.N.; Amy, m. V. Morgan,

Esq. ; and Carrie, m. Hortden Hamilton, Esq.

Mr. Eudston-Read d. 17 Sept. 1838, and was s. by his eldest
«on,

William Henbt Rudston-Eead, Esq. of Hayton, co. York,
J.P., M.A., F.L.S., F.H.S., Barrister-at-Law, b. 14 May, 1808.
d. 15 Aug. 1886, and was s. by his nephew.

Arms — Arg., three bulU" heads erased pean, each charged on
the neck with a cross moline or. Crest — A bear's paw erect
pean, grasping a cross moline erminois.

Hi-Ms — Hayton, and Allerthorpe Hall, Pocklington. co.
lork-



EUGGXiES-BRISE OF SPAINS HALL,

Ecggles-Beise, Samuel Beise, Esli., C.B., of
Spains Hall, Essex, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for East
Essex 1868 to 1884, Col. Commanding West Essex
Militia, and late of the 1st Dragoon Guards, b. 2'J
Dec. 182.i ; w. 4May, 1847, Marianne Wejland, 4th
■dau. of Sir Edward Bower Smijth, 10th Bart, of
ilill ilall, Essex, and has issue,

I. Archibald Wetland, J.P. for Essex, 6. 2 April, 1853;
ra. Sept. 1876, Mabel, eldest dau. of Uetavius E. Coope,
Esq., .M.P., of Eochetts, Essex, and has issue, three sons
and four daus.



II. Evelyn John, b. 6 Dec. 1857.

III. Cecil Edward, Capt. 2nd batt. the Duke of Wellington's
(West Riding) Regl., b. 18 Feb. 1859 ; in., and d. 29 Nov.
1888, at Halifax, lea\ing issue.

IV. Reginald Francis, b. 21 Sept. 1860.

v. Harold Goodeve, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 6. 17 March,
1864.

I. Adela Marianne.

II. Edith Cecilia, m. 1872, Capt. A. Ind, late nth Regt.

III. Constance Sophia, m. 1874, W. Hunter Rodwell, Esq. of
Woodlands, SutTolk.

IV. .Mice Catherine.

\ . Rosalind Letitia, m. 1878, Edward Kensit Norman, Esq.,
.1.1'. and D.L., eldest son of Eev. Charles F. Norman, of
Mistley Place, Essex.

VI. Florence Ada.

VII. Beatrice Georgiana, m. 1894, Herbert Jervis-White-
Jervis, Esq., son of the late Col. Jervis-White-Jervis,
M.P. for Harwich.

Lineag-e.— The family of Eoggyll, Ruggle, and Ruggles,
the name being variously spelt, is found to be of ancient
standing in Suffolk. One of its members, the celebrated
George Ruggles, son of Thomas Ruggles, of Lavenham, wrote
the comedy of Ijnoramus, which was acted before King
James I., 1614 {ue life of this scholar, by John Sydney
Hawkins, 1787).

Tho.mas Ruggles, of Booking, Essex, m. 1736, Ann, dau.
of Joshua Brise, of Cavendish, Suffolk, and vUtimately his
issue became heirs and representatives of that family.

Samuel Ruggles, brother of the said Thomas, bought Spains
Hall, Essex, 1760, and left it to his nephew,

Thomas Ruggles, Esq. (son of his brother Thomas), D.L.
Essex, and a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, 6. 28 Jan. 1745; m.
1st, Elizabeth, dau. cf Joseph Sayer, Esq., who<?. s. p. 2SNov.
1776; 2ndly, March, 1779, Jane Anne, dau. of John Freeland,
Esq. of Cobham, Surrey, andcZ. Nov. 1813, leaving by her (who
d. 22 Nov. 182'2) a son,

John Ruggles, Esq. of Spains Hall, Essex, Barrister-at-Law,
J.P. and D.L., b. 11 July, 1782, who took the name of Brise
1827 ; he was High Sheriff of Suffolk 1829. He m. 29 Jan.
1824 Catherine, dau. of John Haynes Harrison, Esq. of Cop-
ford Hall, Colchester, and by her (who d. 29 March, 1877) had
issue (with two daus., Georgiana, m. Major Walter Key Hasle-
wood, of H.E.I.C.S., and d. s. p. May, 1880 ; and Cecilia Sus-
annah, m. 10 June, 1851, Charles Henry Spencer George
Canning, 2nd Lord Garvagh), one son, the present Samuel
Brise liuGGLES-BnisE, Esq. of Spains Hall. John Eugglcs-
Brise d. Sept. 1852.

^)-?/is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th per chevron engrailed gu.
and arg., tiiree roses counterchanged, for Ruggles; 2nd and
3rd lozengy gu. and arg., a cross of the second within a
bordure sa., fleury of eight quatrefoils, for Brise. Crest — A
tower or, transtixed with four darts in saltire and inflamed
p|ir. Motto — Struggle.

6'i;aJ— Spains Hall



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