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1 Elinor Beryl, b. 7 Feb. 1888.

2 Diana Mary, 6. 21 March, 18!:"9.

in. Alexander William, 6.31 Aug. 1846.

IV. Sydney Robert, b. 22 Jan. 1850; m. 23 Aug. 1883, Janet,
dau. of J. Shields, and rf. in California, 6 Jan. 1888, leaving
issue, Ronald William, b. 1885, Edward Rupert Sydney,
b. 1887 ; and a dau., b. 2 Oct. 1884 (dec).

T. Harriet Caroline.

II. Fanny Louisa, m. 3 Jan. 1877, the Hon. and Right Eer.
Augustus Legge, Lord Uishop of Lichfield, sou of William,
4th Earl of Dartmouth.

III. Georgina Mary, m. 13 May, 1869, Hon. E. P. Thesiger,
C. B., youngest son of Frederick, 1st Lord Chelmsford,
and has issue.

IV. Margaret Elizabeth, m. 12 Jan. 1882, 'William Edmund
Wood Collins, Esq. of Langley Place, Slough.

V. Eleanor Mary Agnes, m. 23 Sept. 1879, Lionel John
William Fletcher, Esq. of Ewell Manor, Maidstone.

VI. Beatrice Evelyn, m. 3 Aug. 1871, Harry Samuel
Cumming Clarke Jervoise, Esq., of the Foreign Oflice,
elderson of Samuel B. Jervoise, Esq. (.«<:(! Jekvoise, Burke's
Peerage and Baronetage), and husi.-isue, a dau., Kathleen
Margaret.

vii. Grace, m. 30 Aug. 1881, Hon. Henry Arden Addcrley,
of Fillongley Hall, co. Warwick, 2nd son of Charles, Isd
Lord Norton, and has issue. {See Bcrke's Petra'je,
Norton, B.)

IMr. Stopford was 4th son of Hon. and Eev.
Richard Eruce Stopford, Canon of Windsor, 4tb
son of James, 2nd Karl of Courtovvn. Tlie estate ol



SAG



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SAG



1769'



Drayton, originally a possession of the De Veres,
passed from that illustrious race to the Greens,
and from them to the Staffords and the Mordaunts.
From the last-named family it came to that of
Germain, and was hequeatlied by Lady Elizabeth
Germain to Lord George Sackville, father of Charles,
5th Duke of Dorset. At the Duke's death (1843),
Drayton devolved, under his will, on his Grace's
niece, Caroline Harriet Sackville, wife of William
Bruce Slopford, and, in consequence, Mr. Stopford
and his wife assumed by royal licence the addi-
tional surname and arms of Sackville.

liineag'e Charles Sackville, K.G., 6th Earl of Dorset,

b. 24 Jan. 1637, succeeding, in right of his mother, to the
estates ot the Earl of Middlesex, was created Earl of Middle-
sex AND Baron Cbanfield of Cravficld, co. Bedford. His
Lordship's second wife was Lady Mary Compton, dau. of James,
3rd Earl of Northampton, by whom, besides a dau. he had his
successor,

Lionel Cranfield Sackville, K.G., 7th Earl, 6. 18 Jan.
1688, created Duke of Dorset, 13 June, 1720. His grace, m.
June, 1708-9, Elizabeth, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Walter Philip
Colyer, and niece of David, Earl of Portraore, by whom he
had issue,

I. Charles, his successor, 2n(l Duke of Dorset.

II. John Philip, 6. '22 June, 1713; m. 1744, Lady Frances
Guwer, dau. of John, 1st Earl Gower, and dying 1765, left
issue,

1 John Frederick, 3rd Duke of Dorset.

1 Mary, m. 30 Aug. 1767, Sackville, 8th Earl of Thanet.

III. George, the well-known Lord George Sackville, b. 26
Jan. 1715-16, assumed by Act of Parliament, 16 Feb. 1770,
the surname of Germain, pursuant to the will of Lady
Elizabeth Germain of Drayton, co. Northampton. He was
elevated to the Peerage II Feb. 1782, as Baron Bolebroke
AND Viscount Sackville, of Drayton. He m. 3 Sept.
1754, Diana, 2nd dau. and co-heir of John Sambrooke,
Esq. by whom (who d. 15 Jan. 1778) he had issue,

1 Charles, 2nd Viscount Sackville, and 5th and last Duke
of Dorset.

2 George, 6. 7 Dec. 1770; m. Dec. 1814, Miss Harriet
Pearce, and by her (who c(. ISApiil, 183.5), left at bis
decease, 31 May, 1836, an only child,

Caroline Harriet, m. 20 June, 1837, William Bruce
Stopford, Esq., late of Drayton, co. Northampton, who
rf.29 May, 1872.

1 Diana, m. John, 2nd Earl of Glandore. and d. 1814.

2 Elizabeth, m. Henry Arthur Herhert, Esq. of Muckross,
CO. Kerry.

3 Caroline, d. unm. 1789.

I. Anne, d. 23 March, 1720-21, aged 11 years.

II. Elizabeth, m. 6 Dec. 1726, Thomas, Viscount Weymouth,
and d. 9 June, 1729.

III. Caroline, m. 27 July, 1742, Joseph Darner, Lord Milton,
afterwards Earl of Dorchester, and d. 24 March, 1776.

Arms — Quarterly; 1st and 4th quarterly or and gu., over all
a bend vaire, for Sackville; 2nd and 3rd az., three lozenges
(■r, between nine cro.-ses-crosslet of the last, for Stopford.
Crests — 1st, Sackville, Out of a coronet, composed of eight
fleurs-de-lis or, an estoile of six points wrg. ; 2nd, Stopkord,
A wyvern, wings endorsed, vert. Motto — Toujours loyal.

Stat — Draytoji House, Thrapston.



SAGAK-MUSGRAVE OF BRAMLEY
AND RED HALIi.

Sagab-Musgkave, John Musgeate, Esq. of
Bramley and Red Hall, co. York, J. P. and County
Councillor for the West Riding, late Capt. 2nd
West York Y''eomanry Cavalry, 6. 15 July, 1835 ;
m. 2Z Aug. 186 •, Clara Kate, only dau. of Robert
Collinson Brooksbank, Esq. of Sydenham Hill,
Kent, by his wife, Emma Rrooksbank, and has
issue,

I. Abraham Musgrave, Capt. 3rd batt. West Yorkshire

Kegt. b. 17 July, 1861.
u. Edgar Brooksbank, b. 11 March, 1864; in. 21 Sept.
1893, Constance Mary, 2nd dau. of Sir William Grantham,
of Barconibe, Sussex, a Justice of the High Court, Queenn
Bench Div.
m. Robert Malcolm, 6. 30 Dec. 1871.
IV. William Noel, b. 18 Jan. 1876.
I. Clara Gertrude.

Mr. Sagar-Mu?grave, who is Lord of the Manors of



Shadwell, Roundhay, and Seacroft, on inheriting the
estates of his maternal great-uncle, Abraham Mus-
grave, of Bramley, assinned in compliance with
that gentleman's will, the additional surname of
MusGBATE, by royal licence, 21 April, 1863.

<^amila of Pusgrak of f ramlm.

Henry Musgrave, of Bramley, bought an estate from Sir
John Saville of Howley in 1621. He built Whitegate HousCr
where he rf. 1664, leaving by Mary his wife, with other issue,
a son.

John Musgrave, of Whitegate House, who had by Margaret
his wife, with other issue, a son and heir,

Abraham Musgrave, of Whitegate House, m. 27 Aug. 1693,
Mary, dau. of William Pulleine of East Keswick, co. York,
and d. 20 Feb. 1743, having by her, who d. 23 Dec. 1733, had
with other issue, a son,

John Musgrave, of Whitegate House, h. 1702, jji. 11 May,
1732, his cousin, Mary Musgrave, and <?. 8 Sept 1782, having
by her, who d. 31 May, 1777, aged 65 years, had, with other issue.
a son,

Simeon Musgrave, bapt. at Bramley, 19 March, 1734, m.
at Leeds, 2 Dec. 1768, Elizabeth Wood, of Bramley, and d.
12 Feb. 1823, having t)y her, who d. 6 Jan. 1790, had issue,

I. John, of whom presently.

II. Joseph, b. 30 Sept. 1775, d. unm. 17 May. 1838.

III. Abraham, b. 17 Feb. 1778, d. unm. 15 Nov. 1862.
The eldest son,

John Musgrave, of Whitegate House, b. 1 July, 1772, m.
1 Jan. 1795, his cousin, Susanna Musgrave, and by her (who
m. 2ndly, 19 Dec. 1813, Ephraim Elsworth, Esq. Jun.) had
issue,

I. Simeon, b 2 Dec. 1795 ; m. 3 Dec. 1836, at St. Giles' in the-
Fields, Middlesex, Betty Haley, and d. s. p. 12 June, 1874.

II. John b. 11 Jan. 1797, d. icnm. '^6 April, 1813.
in. Thomas, b. 23 June, 1805 ; d. 14 April, 1806.

I. Margaret, 6. 27 Jan. Is02; m. 12 July, 1832, Bichabi>
Hartley Sagar, Esq., and d. 27 Aug. 1838, leaving issue
[see below).

II. Elizabeth, b. 7 Dec. 1804, d. unm. 23 July, 1869.
Mr. John Musgrave d. 4 Dec. 1804.

<^umili> cf Sugar.

John Sagab, of Ramington, near Gisburne, bought from.
Thomas Allerton in 1605, an estate at Allerton, near Bradford,
and was bur. at Gisburne, 10 May, 1614, leaving with other
issue, a son,

JamesSagab, of Allerton Grange, bapt. at Gisburne, 22 July,
1596, and was bur. at Bradford 16 June, 1666. He was the
founder of Sagar's Charity, Bradford, by will dated 15 Feb.
1665, and proved 1 Jan. 1667, in the Prerog. Court of th&
Archbishop of York. He left by Elizabeth, his wife, witlr
numerous other issue, an eldest son,

John Sagar, of Allerton Grange, bapt. 25 Oct. 1629, m. 21
July, 1669, Mary, dau. of Nathaniel Midgley, of Allerton, and-
by her, who was bur. 14 Dec. 1691, had with other issue, a
son, Thomas, of whom hereafter. He was bur. at Bradfor*
31 Aug. 1089 (will dated 6 March, 1687). His son,

Thomas Sagab, b. 17 May, 1670, m. 16 May, 1694, Elizabeth,
dau. of Alderman Thomas Dixon, of Gledhow Hall, Leeds,
J. P. twice Mayor of that city, and d. 13 Dec. 1702, leaving by
her, who d. 28 Jan. 1708, an only son,

Thomas Sagar, 6.21 F'eb. 1696, elected a Town Councillor
of Leeds, 4 June, 1731, m. 14 Dec. 1720, Elizabeth, dau. of
Benjamin Atkinson, of Caley Hall, near Otley, and d. 13 Jan.
1738, leaving by her who d. 6 April, 1754, with other issue, a
son,

Henry Sagab, b. 23 March, 1726, m, 19 Feb. 1765, Betty,
dau. of William Sagar, of Southfield, near Colne, Lancashire,
and d. 2 Dec. ISOO, leaving with other issue, a son,

Thomas Sagar, bapt. 28 Dec. 1768, m. 10 Sept. 1798, Mary,
dau. of John Hartley, of Sninden Hall, near Gisburne, and'
was bur. 21 Aug. 1822, leaving with other issue, a son,

Richard Hartley Sagab, of Kirkstall Hall, Bramley, b. 2?
June, 1803, m. 12 July, 1832, Margaret, eldest dau. of John
Musgrave, of Whitegate House, Bramley (see family ot
Musgrave above) and d. 15 Aug. 1844, having by her, who d.
27 Aug. 1838, had issue,

I. John Musgrave {now Sagar-Musgrave), of Bramley and
lied Hall.

I. Elizabeth, b. 25 May, 1833 ; m. 15 Sept. 1858, William Wil-
kinson, Esq. of Skipton, who d. 7 May, 1884, leaving issue,
William Musgrave, 6. 13 July, 1859; m. 20 Sept. 1887^
Geoigina Mitchell, who d. 8 Oct. 1888; Sydney Herbert, 6.
27 June, 1862; m. 12 Oct. 1886, Emma Maria Irwell; Ricli-



1770



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ard Hartley, 6. 2-t Feb. 1876; and Margaret Edith, b. IS
Feb. 1861, "ill, UJuly, 1887. H. P. Gaiiand, Ksq. of Leeds.

u. Margaret Susannah, </. in infancy.

Arms — Quarterly ; 1st and 4th nrs. on a pile per pale az.
and KU. six annulets or, for Mtsgrave : '.'nd and 3rd, per
bt-nd or and az. a cross inoline countercUanged, a chief paly of
fix of the firet and pu. for Sagar.

0-t. - (i5 — 1st MrsoBAVE. two arms enibowed ppr. holding an
annulet or encircling a lilting spear erect also pi]\ -nd.
Sagar upon a rock ppr. an eagle reguard. or each wing charged
■with three bendlets gu. resting the dexter claw upon a cross
jnoline az.

Motto — Valde et sapienter.

Seals— lieii Uall, Shadwell. and Bramloy, Leeds.



MOLESWORTH-ST. AUBYN
CLOWANCE.



OF



Molesworth-St. Aubyx, Kev. St. Aubtn-Hen-
DER, of Clowance. Cornwall, Comity Councillor for
Jliat County, late Vicar of Coliiiigham, co. York,
.I.P.. M.A.,Cli. Ch., Oxford, h. 27 Dee. 1833 ; m. 3
-I uiie, 1S62, Caroline, 3rd dau. of Eev. Charles
Wlieler, of Ledstone llall, co. York, and Otterden
I'lace, Kent, and lias issue,

I. Hugh, Capt. 3rd Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry.
B.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon., b. 3 Jan. 1865.

II. Beville, 6.4 Feb. 1871.

J. Helen Flora, b. 1863, to. 1891, Boy. Charles Kowland
Wynne de Cerjat, Vicar of Crowan, Cornwall, and has
issue, Helen Dorothy.

11. Annie Caroline, 6. 1867.

Liineagre. — Eev. John IMolesworth, Rector of St.
I5reocke, Cornwall, 2nd son of Sir John Molcsworth, 5th Bart.
<>f Pencarrow, M.P., and Barbara his wife, dau. of Sir J. St.
.\ubyn, of Clowance, 3rd Bart., >a. his cousin, Catherine, 2nd
<lau. of Sir John St. Aubyn, 4th Bart, of Clowance, and had
issue,

JoHs, who s. to the St. Aubyn estates.

He.ndeb, s. his brother 1844.

ijt. Aubyn, Col. K.K.. ;/(. Isabella Margaret, dau. of Richard
Waring, t"sq. of Belfast, and </. 1868, leaving issue,

1 St. Aubyn. Lieut.-Col. R.A., h. 26 March, 1845 : ■„(. 1873,
Jane Emily, dau. of J. P. Magor, Esq., and has issue,
Edward Algernon and Arthur St. Aubyn.

2 St. John, b. 1847.

1 Catherine, m. 1861, Lieut.-Col. James Heme Wade, and
has issue two sons and one dau.

2 Elizabeth.

3 Isabella, m. 1872, Capt. Arthur George Fullcrton. R.X.
Barbara, ra. Rev. W. Gilbee, and ('. 1.''35.

Mary Anne, m. 1841, Rev. James WullT, Rector of Ilogan,
Cornwall ; both d. 1&84.

The eldest son,

Kev. John Moleswokth, t'. through his mother to the St.
Aubyn estates, and assumed the surname of St. Aubyn. He
^(. s. J). 1844, and was s. by his brother,

Rev. Hender Molesworth St. Acbtn, of Clowance, Corn-
wall, J. P., b. 12 March, ITUS; t,i. 1 Jan. 182D, Helen Matilda
Isabella, youngest dau. of Rev. T. Napleton, Rector of Powder-
(Jiam, Devon, and had by her (who d. 28 March, 1877),

Hendee John, of Clowance, b. 21 Dec. 1823, J.P. and D.L.
Cornwall, m. 1 Jan. 185G, Kythe Catherine, youngest dau.
of C. W. Popham, Esq., niece of Sir li. R. Vyvyau, Biut.,
and grand-niece of Vice-Admiral Sir Home Popham, K.C.B.
He s. his father 1867, and d. s. p. June, 1868.
St. Atbtn Hender. now of Clowance.
AValter Napleton, M..\., Christ Church, Oxon., Barristcr-at-
Law, JLP. for Helsion 18n0-5, b Oct. 1838 ; rn. Anne,
younger dau. of G. Coles, of .Southampton.

Rev. H. M. St. Aubyn assumed the additional surname and
sirms of St. Aubyn by royal licence, dated 14 March, 1844.
He d. Dec. 1867.

j4i-iii.s— Quarterly : 1st and 4th erni., on across gu. five
bezants, for St. Acbyn; 2iu1 and 3rd gu., an escutcheon vaire
between eight crosses-crosslet in orle or, for Molesworth.
/-'rest — A Cornish chough ppr.

^eat — Clowance, near Camborne, Cornwall.

Club — Oxford and Cambridge.



ST. CLAIR OF STAVERTON COURT.

St. Clais, Jame.s Latimek Crawshay, Esq. of
Staverton Court, co. Gloucester, Lieut-Col. in
tlie Army, formerly Major Argyll and Suthcr-
laad Highlanders, 6. 16 Oct. 1850; m. 17 July,



1SS9, Ethel i\Iiiry, dau. of the late TTenry Grey
riiilpott, Esq. of Dormanslaud, Surrey, and has
issue,

William Farhill, 6. 12 May, 1890.

liineagre. — This is a direct branch of the ancient and
noble Scottish family of St. Clair.

David St. Clair, Esq., m. Louisa Wemyss, of Dysart
House, CO. Fife, by whom he had issue, William; and Gen.
James St. Clair, Master of Dysart, who d. unui. in 1766. The
elder son,

William St. Clair, Esq., Major 1st Royals, was father, by
Mary his wife, of

William St. Clair, Esq., Col. of the 25th Royal Borderers,
b. 1746; who m. 1772, Augusta, dau. of Gerard Tiiiling, Esq.,
and had issue,

I. James Pattison (Col. R.A.), of Felcourt Lodge, Surrey,
b. 1780; ),). 1st, 1809, Charlotte, dau of Michael Head, Es(i.
of llalifdx, Nova Scotia, by whom lie had three sons and a
dau.,

1 William .\ugustus, of The Beacon, East Grinstead, J.P.
Sussex, Capt. Late Bombay Artillery, and Col. Royal
Sussex .Vrtillery Militia, 6. 'l810 ; m. 1846, Kinma, dau.
of George Crawshay, Esq. of Colney Hatch, Herts, and (/.
S Jan. 1879.

2 James Lodis, of Staverton Court.

3 David John, Capt. Bombay Infantry, to. 1845, andd. s. i'-
i June, 1866.

1 Charlotte Jlyers, -m. 1839, Andrew Peterson, of Wake-
field, CO. York, d. 1889.
He m. 2ndly, 1830, Susannah, dau. of Sir Thomas Turton,
Bart., and had by her (who '/. 1881) a dau. Rosabelle Mary
Elizabeth. Ho d. 3 Jan. 1867.

II. David Latimer.

III. William, Capt. 25th Regt., killed in action 1809, at
Martinique.

IV. Thomas Staunton, Major.-Gen., C.B., K.H., received nine
medals, d. .f. /). 1848.

I. Louisa Matilda, d. unm. ii. Augusta, d. unm.

The 2nd son,

David Latimer .St. Clair, Esq. of Staverton Court, Capt.
R.X., Knight of the Sword, J.P. and D.L.,6. 8 May, 1784 ; m.
13 .\pril, 1819, Elizabeth, dau. of John Farhill, Esq. of
Chichester, but had no issue. He d. 24 Nov. 1861 and was «.
by his nephew,

James Louis St. Clair, Esq. of Staverton Court, J. P.,
Capt. H.E.I.C.S., &. 10 Sept. 1816; to. 28 June, 1848, Juliet,
dau. of George Crawshay, Esq. of Colney Hatch, Middlesex,
and by her (who is deceased) had issue,

I. James Latimer Crawsuay, now of Staverton Court.

II. David Farhill, b. 18 Aug. 1»52.

III. William Augustus Edmund, Major R.E., b. 18 Aug.
1 854 ; m. 1886, Louise, dau. of Walter Crawshay, Esq. o*
Le Chasnay, Nievre, France.

I. Charlotte Elizabeth Louise. ii. Juliet Matilda.

Capt. St. Clair d. in 1886.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th az., a ship at anchor, her
oars in saltire within a double trcssure fiory counterflory or;
2nd and 3rd az., a ship under sail or, over all an e.scutcheon
arg., charged with a cross engrailed sa. Crest — A phoenix in
names ppr. Mottoes — Over the crest, Benasce piu gloriosa;
Fight.

^•"Ki— Staverton Court, near Cheltenham, co. Gloucester.

CU'.b — United Service.



ST. GEORGE OF WOOD PARK.

St. Georgk, Achesox, Esq. of Wood Park, co.
Arnuigh, M.A., T.C.D., b. 16 July, 1819; m. 25
Nov. 1890, Jane Rebecca, only surviving child of
the late Thomas Knox Armstrong, Esq. of Eellows
Hall, CO- Armagh, by Catlierine Frances, his wife,
dau. of Wallop Erabazon, Esq. of Rath House, co.
Louth.

liineagre. — This family deduces its pedigree from
Baldwin St. George, one of the companion-in-arms of the
CoNQUEiioB, whose descendants flourished in England for
several centuries, and frequently represented co. Cambridge in
Parliament.

Sib Richard .St. George, Clarenceux King of Arms (19th
in lineal descent from Baldwin), m. Iblb, Elizabeth, dau. of
Nicholas St. John, Esq. of Liddiard Treegooze, Wilts, by whom
he left at his death, 17 May, 1635, three sons,

I. Henry (Sir), Garter King of Arms, m. 1614, Mary, dau. of
Sii Thomas Dayrell, Knt. of Lillingston Dayrell, and d.
t) Nov. 1644, leaving, with fourdaus. (tlizabeth, m. Co'.. R.
Bourke : Mary, m. Ferdinand Hastings, Esq. ; Frances, m.



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1771



George Tucker, Esq. ; and Rebecca, in. George Cook, Esq.)
four sons.

Sir Thomas St. George, Garter King of Arms ; d. 6 March,
1 703.

Viiliam St. George (Col.), a Cavalier, killed at the storm-
ing of Leicester.

Sir Henry St. George, Clarenceux King of Arms, d. 1715,
iige.l 91.

liiihard St. George, Ulster King of Arms of Ireland,
d. .<. p.
n. Giorge CSir), of Carrickdrumrush, co. Leitrim, whosc
son. Sir Oliver, M.P., 7?i. Olivia, dan. of Michael Bercsford
and Mas father of SiH George .St. George, Bart., elevated
to the I'cerage of Ireland, as Lord St. (tEobge. in 171-i
He m. Margaret, dau. of John, 2nd Viscount Massereene,
and left iit his decease, 4 Aug. 17:<5, aged 84, a dau. the
Hon. Mary St. Gei rge, ??i. John Usher, E-^q., SI. P., by whom
she had a dau. Olivia, m. 23 Jan. 1736, Arthur French,
Esq of Tyrone, co. Galivay. and a son St. George Usher,
who was elevated to the Peerage of Ireland in 1V63, as
Lord St. George, of HatUy St. George, en. Leitrim, vihKh
<lii;n!ly expired at his lordship's decease, without male
i.-sue, in 1775; his only dau., by Hizabfth Dominick
liis wife, Eriiilia Olivia, m. AVilliam llobert, 2nd Duke of
Li in stir.

III. KlCIIABD.

The 3rd son,

Capt. Richard St. George, went over to Ireland in the
lieginning of the 17th century, in the Royal army, and was
appointed Governor of the town and castle of Athlone. He was
h. at Hatley St. George 27 March, 1590, and m. 20 Feb. 16-5,
Anne, dau. of Michael Pinnock, Esq. of Turroi k, co Rose 'm-
inon and left at his death, 24 April, 1667 (with two daus.,
Mary, m. 1st, Thomas Ashe, Esq. of St. John's, co. Meath.
and 'Jndly, Strafford Lightburne, Esq. of Adamstown, and
Ann, m. Major Wood), an only surviving son,

lU.NRT St. Geohge, Esq. of Athlone, M.P., an Officer in the
Irish army of Charles II., who obtained from that monarch
a grant of the estate of Woodsgift, co. Kilkenny, in 1666. This
gentleman, who was 6. 15 Oct. 1638; ra. 3 June. 1669, Anne,
«lau. of Mr. Alderman liidgeley Hatfield, of the city of Dublin,
by whom he left at his decease, 1723, four sons,

I. PiK'nARD, of Kilrush, a Lieut.-Gen. in the army, M.P., m.
l()iHi, Elizabeth, dau. of Lord Coote, of Coluony, and d. in
Dublin in 1755, without legitimate issue.

II. Henry, d. laira. 1723.

III. .Arthur (Very Rev.), D.D., Dean of Ross.

IV. Gi orge, of Woodsgift, M.P., father of Sir Richard St
George, of Woodsjjift, co. Kilkennj', created a Barone;
12 March, 1766 {see Bdbke's Peerage and Baronetage).

The 3rd son,

The Very Rev, Arthur St. George, D.D., Dean of Ross, d.
~i St-pt. 1772, aged 91, leaving by his wile, Jane, dau. of Sii
'i homa-s Molyneux, 1st Bart, of Castle Dillon,

I. lUchard, of Kilrush, co. Kilkenny, m. 1763, Sarah, eldest
dai . of the Very Rev. Xtichard Handcock, Dean of Achoniy,
and had a son,

l;iehard, h. 1776; d unm. June, 1840.

II. Thomas, of whom hereafter.

III. Capel, Capt of Grenadiers, d. in West Indies.

IV. Arthur, Major 62nd Foot, d. 1769.

V. Howard, ancestor of St. George of Kilniah.

VI. Henry (Rev.), m. 1st, Mary. dau. of Plr.lip Percival, Esq.
of Temple House, co. Sligo, and had by her one son,

Arthur, b. 1776; d.unm. 1845.
He VI. 2ndly, Jane, dau. and co-hi ir of William Walsh, Esq.
<if en. Limerick (by Elizabeth, dau. of John Flood, Esq. oi
Floud Hal!, and tister of Sir Frederic Flood, Bart.), and by
iier had issue,

1 Henry (Rev.),rf. 18J0.

2 Oliver, Capt. 23rd Fusiliers, m. 1st, 1827, Harriet
S sanna, widow of Rev. Fredeiic Austin, 51. A., and
2i.dly, 1869, Julia Mary, dau. of Col. Giiardot, Cold-
stream Guards.

S .Nelson, of Altamont, m. Miss Cash, of Dublin, and

d. s. p.
A \^ilham, of Kildavin House, ?ft. Miss Level, and d.s.p.

IS71.

1 1. izrtbeth, d. unm.
■2 Jane, m. Rev. Mr. Whitty.

3 Henrietta, d. ■anni.

4 Isabella, 111. Theopilus Edward, 2nd son of Arthur John
Si George, Esq. of Kilrush.

1. Ciitherine, m. Clement Wolseley, 2nd son of Sir Richard
Wolstley, 1st Bart., and had issue, Wilheluiina, who m
Thomas Belmore St. George (see Bcrke's Peerage and
Baronetage, St. George, Bart.).

The 2nd son,

Thomas St. George, Esq., M.P. for Clogher, Commissioner
of Barracks, b. Oct. 1738; rn. 15 Aug. 1776, the Hon. Lucinda
Acbtsou, 4th dau. of Archibald, 1st Viscount Gosford, and



by her (who m. 2ndly, Jeremiah French, Capt. 80th Rcgt.) he
left at his decease, 1 April, 1795,

I. Thomas Baldwin St. George, Capt. 80th Regt., b. 12 May,
1777; 7(i. Miss Eliza Mason, and d. 28 Feb. 1852, having>
had issue, three sons, Thomas (Rev.), Vicar of Kilnasalagh';
CO. Clare, m. Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Joseph Clarke, Esq..
andd.s.p.; Archibald (Uev.), m. Penelope Johnson, of
Kinloch, co. Fermanagh, and d. s. p. ; and Howard,
d. unm.

II. Acheson, of Wood Park.

III. John, of Woodside, co. Chester, Capt. 80ih Regt.. and
Lieut. -Col. Salop Militia, b. 16 Aug. 1779;)».21 April, 1811,
Frances, youngest dau. of Archibald Campbell, M.I)., of
Stafford, and d. '28 Jan. 1864, having by her, who d. 10 Oct.
1805, had issue,

1 John (Sir), K.C.B., Gen., Col. Commandant Royal
Artillerj-, commanded the siege train at the fall nf Sebas-
topol, and was subsequently President of the Ordnance
Select Committee, Director of Ordnance, 6. 18 Jan. 1812;
m. 15 Aug. 1860, Elizabeth Marianne, youngest dau. ("and
co-heir of both father and mother) of Thomas Evans,
Esq. of Lyminster House, Sussex, J. P., and Margaret, bis
wife, only dau. and heir of William Harris, Esq.. and has
one son, Paldwin John, Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards, b.
16 Feb. 1862.

2 Archibald, of Camma Lodge, Athlone, J. P. co. Roscom-
mon B.A. Trin. Col. Dubbn, b. 5 June, 1813 ; m. 22 Dec.
1862, Kate, dau. of Archibald St. Geortie, Esq., and ha.-i
issue, a dau.. Frances Millicent, d. 25 Jan. 1890.

3 William Whitinore, of Clifton Park, Birkenhead, b.
3 Dec. 1814; vi. 10 May, 1842, Mary Anne. dau. of
David Cram, Esq. and d. 10 July, 1890, having by her
(who d. 25 Aug. 1868; had issue,

William Baldwin, Lieut. B.A., b. 11 Sept. 1813; d. 6
Dec. 1876.

Edward Whitmore, 6. 20 May, 1850; d. 14 3Iarch,
1853.

Acheson Whitmore, b. 9 Aug. 1856, Capt. Prince of
Wales's Own (West York) Regt.

Howard, 6. 6 April, 1858.

George Herbert, b. 12 March, 18C0.

Charles Henry, 6. 12 Jan. 1863.

Mary Anne F'rances.

Millicent Eleanor, ra. 10 July, 1884, Rev. Edward Whit-
more Simpson, Vicar of Laxton, co. York.

Lucy Olivia, in. 26 April, 1881, George Arbuthnot Moore,
Esq. of Kastlands, co. Somerset, and has issue.

Harriet Louisa.

Emily Agnes, m. 13 Xov. 1883, Martin Benson Lawford,
E.sq. of (Jerley Hall, Oswestry, and has issue.

Sophia Emma.

4 George, H.M. Customs, b. 12 June, 1816; m. 19 Aug.
1856, Annie, dau. of Richard Brsans, Esq. J. P., of Park-
field, Birkenhead, and rf. 19 April, 1880, leaving issue,

George Edward, b. 17 July, 1857.

Arthur Baldwin, b. 30 July, 1858.

Archibald Henry, b. 2 Oct. Is59.

Annie Georgina.

Frances Aline, m. Horace Stedall, Esq., and has issue.

5 Howard (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Billinge, co. Lancaster,
and J. P., 6. 13 Jan. 1819; 7)i. 22 June, 1864, Emilia, 2nd
dau. of Andrew Comber, Esq. of -'land House, co. Lan-
caster, and lias a son, Howard Cumber, b. 25 Sept. 18C6,
VI. 30 Dec. 1891, Mary Melicent, dau. of William
Latham, Esq., M.A., Q.C. ; and a uau. Frances Emilia.

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