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llicent, ,,i. 21 July, 1853, Frederic William Holder,
Esq. of Liverpool.

2 Lucy Elizabeth Georgiana, m. 7 June, 1849, Rev.
William Edward Coldwell, M.A., Vicar of Sandun, and
has issue.

IV. Archibald, of Camma Lodge and Dublin b. 27 Feb. 1782 ;
and(/. 14 Nov. 1863.

V. William Molyneux, 6. 17 Feb. 1784, 3rd Lieiit. of the
"Conqueror," killed at Trafalgar 21 Oct. 1805, s. p.

The eldest surviving son,

Acheson St. George, Esq. of Wood Park, co. Armagh, 6.
21 June, 1778; m. Isl, 1810, Eleanor, dau. of Robert Gordon,
Esq. of Clonrael, and by her (who d. May, 1821) had issue,

I. Thomas Gordon, Lieut.-Col. H.E.I.C.S., b. 1812; m 23
April, 1861, Sarah Straghan, only child and heir of William
Lloyd Caldecot, Esq. 01' Plas Llandegwyn, co. Carnarvon,
and had issue,

1 Acheson William Gordon, h. 2 July, 1866 ; d. 23 Oct.


1 Nora. 2 Ethel Eugenie. 3 Adcla Eleanor.

II. William, H.E.I.C.S., d. unm. in India2Se(yt. 1836.
HI. Acheson, now of Wood Park.

IV. John, H. E. I.e. S., 6. 27 April, 1821; killed at the Khyber
Pass 2 Nov. 1841.

I. Lucinda Margaret, d. unm. 16 April, 1845.

II. Eleanor Mary.

III. Olivia, d. unm. 19 June, 1836.

He m. 2ndly, 1 Dec. 1824, Jane, 2nd dau. of the Hon. and





Very Rev. John Hewitt, Dean of Cloyne, 4th son of James.
1st Viscount Lifford, and by her had one d;iu.,

IV. Alicia Hcwirt Caroline, m. 15 Oct. ISoG, Edward Clialoncr
Knox Esq. of Desertcrcat, co. Tyrone.
Mr. St. George d. 3 Dec 1855.

.■<)■)«<— Arg., a chief az., over all a lion rampant pu., dncally
crowned ov, armed and langued ot the second. Cyexl — A ilenii-
Hon rampant gu., diic;illy crowned or, armed and kmgasd az.
Motto - Kirniiias in co'lo.

Seat — Wood I'ark. Tjnan, co. Armagh.


Kathekixe St. George andJosEPHiNE Browne,
dans, and co-heirs of Ciiristoplier St. George, Esq.
{>■€€ heloic), s. their father 1577.

Lineag-e.— Arthpr French, Esq. of Tyrone, co. Galway
i?on of Christoplier Krench, Esq. of Tyrone, who d. 1718, by
.Margaret his wife, sister of James Farrell, Esq. of Clunyquin,
grandson of Arthur Trench, Esq., Mayor of Galway, who
sii.'ned the capitulation of that town 161)1, and great-grand-
son of Christoplier Krench, Esq. of JIulpit, who purchased ihe
estate of Tyrone, co. Galway, and d. 1676), m. 23 Jan. 1736,
Olivia, eldest dau. of John Usher, Esq., M.l'., of Carrick, by
his wife the Hon. Mary St. George, onl. dau. and heir of
George, Baron St. George, of Hatley St. George, and dying
8 May, 1779, left, with three daus. (Olivia, m. Anthony
Xugeiit, Esq. of Pallas; Julia, wife of her cousin, Christopher
French, Esq. uf Urook Lodge ; and Nichola), a son and suc-

Christopher French, Esq. of Tyrone, b, 13 April, 1754, who
assumed 1774, the surname of St. George in compliance with
the settlement of his great-grsndfather. Lord St. George. He
(II. 1778, Anne, eldest dau. of Henry Bingham, Esq. of New-
brook, CO. Mayo, and left, with two daus. (Letitia, )a. James
Kelly. Esq. and Olivia, m. William Uobert Wills, Esq. of
WiLs^rove), a son and heir,

Akthtr French St. George, Esq. of Tyrone, b. 8 Aug.
1780 ; j/i.22 Jan. 1801, Lady Harriet St. Lawrence, eldest dau.
of William, Earl of Howth, and co-heir of her mother. Lady
Mary Bemiingham, 2nd dau. and co-heir of Thomas, 22nd
Lord Atheniy, Earl of Louth. By her he had issue,

Christopher, of Tyrone.

Arthur St. George, of Tyrone, d. unm.

Maiy, la. iraiicis Cuff, Esq. of Creagh co. Mayo.

Matilda, m. Col. Charles Pepper, of Ballygjilli.

Louisa, m. Col. H. Bingham, 60lh Kitles.

Anne, deceased. Harriet, deceased.

:^.Ir. St. George d. 1 Jan. 1S44, and was s. by his eldest son,

Christopher St. George, Esq. of Tyrone, J. P. and D.L.,
M.P. fur Galway from lts47 to 18.2, b. lb March, 1810; jii. 10
iK-c. 1»52, Ilonoiia Kane, and c^. 12 Nov. 1877, leaving two

Katherine, m. 5 Feb. 1874, Robert James Ker St. George,
Esq. of Woiidsgitt, CO. Kilkenny, and has issue, 1 Kicliard
Christopher Blis<h ; 2 Aritiur Krench; 3 Uobert Charles
Cecil; I lio.<aniond ; 2 Gladys ; and 3 Jo.^ephine.

Josephine, m. Andrew Browne, Esq. of Carnacregg, co.
Gai way.

drifts— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., a chief az., over all a
lion rampant gu., ducally crowued or, fur St. George; 2n l
and 3rd quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm.. achevron sa., for French,
2nd and 3rd, az., a chevron erm., between three billets arg.,
lor U^HEE. Crest— A dcmi lion ra-iipant gu. ducally crowned
or. bn/yporieix — Dexter, a demi-lion rami)ant regiiardantgu.,
ducally crowned or, collared erm; sinister, an antelope aig.,
atiired, ungulori, collared, and chained or. Jl/o4(o— Kirmitas
in ccelo.

!<e'i.i — Tyrone House, Oranmore, co. Galway.

CLub — University.


St. Johx, Edward Jonx, Esq. of Slinfold,
Sussex, J.P., D.L., late Lieut.-Col. 4th batt. Rojal
Sus.-'ex Regt., b. 27 Feb. 1828 ; assuined by roval
licence 21 March, 1877, the name of St. John, in
lieu, of Bunnv, in conformity with the will of his
father-in-law, m. 19 June, 1855, Mary St. John,
only child of Robert Burnett Brander, Esq. of
Ik'lmordean, West Grinstead, Sussex, by Sarah his
wife, dau. Henry St. John, Esq. son of the Hon.
and Very Kev. St. Andrew St. John, Dean of
Worcester {see Btrke's Peerage, St. Jokx, B.),
and by her (who d. 9 March, 1888}, has issue,

I. Edward Francis St. John, b. 13 July, 1863.

I. Mary Emma. ii. Edith Matilda.

III. Mabel Bertha St. John.

IV. Mildred Brander. v. Beatrice Sarah.

Lineage.— For the Yorkshire branch, now extinct, of
this ancient family see Glovkr's Vis'dnt'um. On a memorial
brass in Normanton Church to Richard Bunny, of Newton
Bunny Hall, in that paiish, it is stated that the Bunny family
was traditionally oescended from one of the Conqueror's
eompanions-in-arms, who came from the northern bank of
the Loire in France.

Kichard Bunny, Esq. of Ibrope, Hants, of which estate his
ancestors are stated to have been in possession from the time
of King John, as appears by a deed of that date, was father of
a son, Robert, who, by his wife, Mary, was father of

Edmund Bunny, Esq., bapt. 23 Dec. 1660, m. Jane Buck, of
Welford, and their only son,

Blandy Buck Bunny, Esq., dying 22 Feb. 1777, left, by his
wife, Sar.ah, dau. of Richard Brice, Esq., a son,

John Bunny. Esq., who m. Alice Pyke, of Whenvell, Hants,
by whom he had an only dau., Alice, and a son,

Joseph Bunny-, Esq., m. 1st, Anne Mariot, dau. of Capt.
Bennet, H.E.I.C.'s naval service, and by her (who d. 1772) had

Joseph Blandy, to. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Philip Worsley,
otClieshunt, Herts.

Mariot, in. John Martineau, Esq. of Stamford Hill, London.
He TO. 2ndly, Eli/.abeth, dau. of John Kigby, Esq. of Chow-
bent, CO. Lancaster, and by her, who d. 1836, had a son,

Edward Brice Bunny, Esq of Speen Hill, J. P. and D.L.,
111. 29 June, 1824, Emma, younger of the two daus. and co-
lieir of James Piggott, Esq.,J.P.,of Fitzhall, Iping, and Slinfold,
Sussex, and d. 10 Sept. 1867, leaving an only son, Edwabi>
John St. John, Esq., now of Slinfold.

Arms — Arg., achevron, between three goats' heads erased sa.,
attired or. o-evt— A goat's head erased sa,, attired or, on the
sinister horn two annulets conjoined or. JUutlu — Propositi

.Srat — Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex.

Ciub—Juhior United Service.


St. Leger, John, Esq. of Park Hill, co. York,
Co\. in the army, served with the 53rd Regt., in the
Siitlej Campaign in India, present at the battles of
Aliwal and Sobraon, in both of wliieh he was-
wounded, J. P. and U.L. for the West Riding co.
York, b. G May, 1823 ; m. 8 April, 1858, Philippa,
dau. of Jolin Bonfoy Rooper, Esq, of Abbotts Rip-
ton Hall, Huntingdon, formerly M.P. for that co.,
and has had issue,

I, Arthur John Bonfoy, Capt, King's Royal Rifle Corps,
J.P, W.R. of Yorkshire, b. '25 Nov. 1859.

II. Henry Berners, b. 26 Oct. 1861.

I I. Reginald Warhain Antony, 6. 15 Feb. 1808.

I. Edith Antonia, d.

II. Gwendoline Mary Hope, m. F. W. Brooke, Esq. of Glei>-
brook. Isle of Wight.

III. Georgiana Harriet, to. John Walter, eldest son of
Douglas Parry-Crookc, Esq., J.P., of Darsham House,

IV. Ursula Beatrice Philippa, to. Egbert, son of the late
Rev. Edmund Hullond, of Benhall Lodge, Suffolk.

Lineage. — .Sec Burke's Peerage, Bagot, B.

Lieut.-Gen. John Chester, R..\., 6. 3 Aug. 1779 (4th son, by
Catherine his wife, dau. of the Hon. Heneage Legge, of Charles.
Bagot, Esq., who assumed, by Act of l^arliament, the surname
and arms of Chester, and whose eldest brother. Sir William
Bagot, was created Baron Bagot), to. Sophia Elizabeth, dau.
of Charles Stuart, Esq., and </. 17 May, 1857, having had, witb
junior issue, a son, Joii.v, who s. to the St. Leger estates ii*
England and Ireland at the death of his cousin, Antony F.
Butler St, Leger, Esq. of Park Hill, and Berkeley Square, 3k
Oct. 1862, and having assumed the surname and arms of St.
Leger, is the present possessor of Park Hill.

^r))i.?— Quarterly : 1st and 4th az.. fretty arg., on a chief or
a cross crosslet of the first for dl-^tinction, for St. Leger; 2nd
and 3rd erm., two chevronels az., for Bagot. Crests — 1st,
A griffin passant or, charged with a cross-crosslet as in the-
arms, for St. Legi-.b ; 2iul, Out of a ducal coronet, a goat's heaifc-
arg.. attired or, for Bagot. Mottoes — Over the crests, Antiquuia
obtinens: below the arms, Hautei bon.

Si'iU—\';irk Hill, near Rorherliam.

C'i!it6i— Travellers' and Junior United Service.






St. Quintin, William Herbert, Esq.
Scampston Hall, and Lowthorpe Lodge, co. York,
J.P., b. 24 April, 1851 ; m. 22 July, 1885, Yiolet
Helen, 2nd dau. of Hon. Cecil Duntombe, of Naw-
ton Grange, co. York, and has issue,
Margery Violet, h. 29 April, 1886.

Iiineage.— The name of this family is found on the Rollot
Battle Abbey.

Sir Herbert St. Qhintin, one of the companions-inarms
of William the Conqueeor, had, in the division of the spoil,
ii giant of the manors of Skipsea, Mapploton, Brandesburton.
the borough of Woodshall, in co. York, and other extensive
lands in the co. of Nottingham. His son,

Oliver St. Qointin, had, by Aldeliza his wife (who founded
in 1134 a priory for Cistercian nuns, near 'i'adcaster, calling
it Nunappleton), two sons, the eldest. Sir Robert, ttmyi.
William II., was one of the twelve kniglits who divided
certain lands in Wales with Robert FitzIIanion, and he built
the castle of St. Quintin, now called Llanblythian Castle. The
2nd son.

Sir Herbert St. Quintin, feudal Baron St. Quintin, s. his
brother, and was father of

AmateilusSt. Quintin, feudal Barou St. Quintin, in. 1189,
Catherine, dau. of Sir John Freshmersh, and had an elder son,
Sir John, of Brandsburton and Skipsea, temp. King John, who
m. in 1209, the dau. of Randall Muschins, and d. s. p., and a
2nd son,

Sir Herbert St. Quintin, feudal Baron St. Quinlin, in.
Agnes, dau. and co-heir of Roger d'Estoteville, and liad live
sons and two daus. Of the sons, the three eldest d. s. p., the
fourth, William, feudal Baron St. Quintin, was ancestor of
Herbert St. Quintin, summoned to Parliament as Baron St.
Quintin, 8 June, 1394 ((see Burke's Extinct Peerage), and the
•6th and youngest son.

Sir Alexander St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, co. York,
vhioli manor was given him by his mother, m. Margery, of
the Blanch Minster, dau. of Sir William de Albano, and had
nine sons and three daus. He was s. by his eldest son.

Sir William St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, temp.
Edward III., m. Joan, dau. of Sir John Routhe, and had,
with a dau. Joan, m. Richard Holme, of Paull Holme, a son
and heir.

Sir William St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, in. the dau. of
Sir John deHeslarton, and had, with a younger son and a dau.,
an elder son and heir.

Sir Galfrid St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, in. Alice, dau.
of Sir William Roos, Knt. of Igmanthorpe, and had, with a
younger son, Thomas, an elder son and heir.

Sir Geoffrey St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, m. the dau. of
Sir Robert Constable, Knt. of Flamborough, and had an only

Sir William St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, to. Joan,
or Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Marmaduke Thweng, and had
two sons and six daus. He d. 1349, and was bur. in the
church of Ilaipham, beneath a tomb of alabaster, under the
arch between the chancel and north chancel. He was s. by
his son,

Sir John St. Quintin, Knt of Harpham, Keeper of the
castle of Scarborough 1382, M.P. co. York, m. 1st, Lora, dau.
of Sir Herbert St. Quintin, and widow of Sir Robert Grey, by
■whom he had a son, Herbert, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Robert
Hilton, and d. s. p. Sir John m. 2ndly, Agnes, dau. and
heir of Robert Warren, of Newbiggin, in Pickering Lyth,
by whom (who d. 1414) he had two sons and a dau. He rf.
17 Jan. 1397 ; his eldest son, Anthony, in. Elizabeth, dau. of
Kicholas Gascoigne, and d. s. p. 22 Henry VI., and the line
was carried on by the 2nd son.

Sir Thomas St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, m. Agnes, dau.
of John Anlaby, of Etton, and had two sons, John, a Canon
Regular of St. Mary's Priory, Bridlington, and

Anthony St. Quintin, Esq. of Harpham, whose will, dated
14 March, 1444, was proved 3 July same year. He in. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Sir William Frank, Knt. of Grimsby, and had
four sons and two daus., the eldest son, Thomas, m. Agnes,
<iau. of Sir John Constable, and d. s. p. 18 July, 1445. The
2nd son.

Sir William St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, .5. his brother,'
m. the dau. of Herrington. and had four sons, i. John,
liis heir; ii. Walter; m. Robert; iv. Anthony. The eldest

Sir John St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, m. Alice, dau. and
iieir of Thomas Holme, of Paull Holme, and had three sons,

I. John, his heir; ii. William, of Gansted, living 1509, m.
^£ Jane, dau. and heir of Robert Twyer, and left six sons, who
left descendants; in. Anthony. Sir Juhn ti. 29 Aug. 1471,
and was s. by his eldest son,

John St. Quintin, Esq. of Harpham, in. Elinor. d:iu. and
co-heir of Edmund Thwaytes, of London, and had five sons,
I. John, his heir ; ii. Edmund, Master of the Hospital of St.
Sepulchre, in Holderness, at the dissolution ; in. Herbert, d.
unm. ; iv. Walter, d. unm. ; v. James, d. unm. He made his
will 20 Aug. 1.509. His eldest son,

John St. Quintin, Esq. of Harpham, temp. Henry VII.
His will was dated 19 Jan. 1504. He m. Margery, dau. of
Robert Constable, Esq. of Flamborough, and had on only

Sir William St. Quintin, Knt. of Harpham, who was found
by inquisition, taken at Y'ork Castle, 4 Aug. 1515, nnnn
7 Henry VIII., to be heir to his father, and to be aged one
year and a half. He m. Dorothy, dau. of Sir Bryan Hastings,
Knt. of Fenwick Court, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Sir Marma-
duke Wyville) had three sons, i. Gabriel, his heir ; ii. Mathew,
of Hanswell, m. 1st, Elinor, dau. of John St. Quintin, of
Gansted, by whom he had a son Gabriel, aged 21 in 15sl, and
2ndly, Agnes, dau. of William Babthorpe; iii. Aniliony :
and five daus. He d. 25 June, 1550, and was s. by his eldest

Gabriel St. Quintin, Esq. of, ra. 1558, Dorothy,
dau. of Sir George Griffith, Knt. of Wichnor, co. Stafford, and
Burton Agnes, co. York, and had, with three daus., and as
many younger sons, Aunsell, William, and Mathew, who d.
unm., an eldest son and heir,

George St. Quintin, Esq. of Harpham, living in 15S4, to.
Agnes, dau. of William Creyke, Esq. of Cottingham, co. Y'ork,
and had, with three daus., who d. young, as many sons,
I. William (Sir), his heir; ii. Herbert, in. Everill, dau. and
co-heir of Robert Lacy, Esq. of Folkton, co. York, and J. s. p.;
III. Gabriel. The eldest son.

Sir William St. Quintin, 1st Bart, of Harpham, s. his
father, and was created a Bart. 8 March, 1642, High Sheriff
CO. York 1648, h. 1579; m. Mary, dau. and co-heir of Robert
Lacy, Esq. of Folkton, co. York, by whom (who d. 4 May,
1649) he had issue,

I. Henry (Sir), 2nd Bart.

II. William, of Hayton, b. 1619 ; in. Margaret, dau. of Thomag
Wood, Esq. of Thorpe-juxta-Rudston, co. York, d. April,
16a7, having had five sons and four daus.

III. John, d. s. p. V. p.

IV. Thomas, of Flamborough, b. 1620; m. Anne, dau. of
Thomas Wood, Esq. of Thorpe, and had one son and one

I. Dorothy, m. Sir AVilliam Cayley, 1st Bart, of Brompton.

II. F'ranees, m. Francis Lascelles, Esq.
HI. Everille, d. unm. iv. Elizabeth, d. unm.

V. Katherine, to. 1st, Michael Wentwoith, Esq. of Wrollpy;
2ni11y, Sir John Kaye, 1st Bart, of Wood.some. Srdly,
Henry Sandys, Esq. ; and 4thly, Alexander, 8th Earl of

Sir William was bur. at Harpham, 8 Oct. 1G49, and was s. by
his eldest son.

Sir Henry St. Quintin, 2nd Bart, of Harpham, 6. IG06 ; to.
Mary, dau. of Henry Stapleton, Esq. of Wighill, co. York, aud
had surviving issue,

I. William, of Muston, b. 1632; m. 18 Dec. 1653, Elizabeth,
dau. of Sir William Strickland, 1st Bart, of Boynton, who
was bur. 3 Oct. 1700. He d. v. p. and was bur. 6 Nov.
1695, having, with five sons, all of whom d. young, two
surviving sons and five daus.,

1 William (Sir), 3rd Bart.

2 Hugh, bapt. 29 March, 1671 ; to. Katherine, dau. of
Matthew Chitty, Esq., by whom (who d. 6 Dec. 1702) he
had, with a dau. Katherine, who d. young, two sons,

AVilliam (Sir), 4th Bart.

Matthew Chitty, d. at York, 8 May, 1783, aged 83.

II. Henry, d. 1696. m. Philip, d. 1699.

I. Mary, m. Matthew Alured, Esq. of Beverley, and d. Mav,

II. Deborah, m. 11 July, 1687, Major Andrew Birch, of

Sir Henry d. 1695, and was s. by his grandson,

Sir William St. Quintin, 3rd Bart, of Harpham, M.P. for
Hull temp. William 111., Queen Anne, and George 1., one of
the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, and Receiver-
General of Ireland, d. v.nm. 30 June, 1723, and was s. by his

Sir William St. Quintin, 4th Bart, of Harpham, M.P. for
Thirsk, High Sheriff co. York 1733, m. Rebecca, dau. of Sir
John Thompson, Knt., Lord Mayor of London 1737, and had





I. William (Sir\ fith Bart.

H. John Chittv, bapt. 19 Feb. 1730; liur. 17 Dec. 17-46.

III. Muet), ('. 1T:)1 : Inir. 24 Feb. 173G.

I. Rebeeoa, <(. <t>iiii. 4 Julv, 175S.

II. M.^RY, m. iJeorsro Darby, of Newtown, Hants, \iee-
Ailiiiinii of Eiijilatia, and d. 27 March, 1772, leaving two

1 WiLLTAM Thomas D.4Kby, who s. his uncle. Sir William
St. liuintin, .'ith and last Bart, of llarpliani, and assumed,
17i).=i. the surname and arms of St. Quintin, of whom

2 Matthew Chitty Darby, of Padworth, who s. to that
'estate on the death of his aunt, :\lrs. Cirifflth, and assumed

the surname and arms of Griwitii (see UARBV-GKitFiTH,

III. Kattierine, iit. Christopher Griffith, Esq. of Padworth,
yi.W for Berks, and d. s. p.

Sir Wilham d. 9 May, 1770, aged 70, and was .■!. by his eldest

Sib William St. QriNTiN, 5th Bart, of Harpham, bapt. 4 July,
1729; m. Charlotte, dau. of Hon. Henry Fane, of Wormsley,
CO. Oxford, M.P. for Lynn Regis, brother of Tliomas, 6th Earl
of Westmorland, and iZ. s. p. 22July,17J5, when the baronetcy
became ext.nct, and his estates devolved on his before-men-
tioned nephew,

William Thomas St. Qcintin (previously Darby), Esq. of
Seampston, co. York, b. 26 May, 1769; m. Arabella Bridget,
dau. of Thomas Calcraft, General in His Majesty's army, and
by her (who d. 26 Jan. 1841, aged 69) had lour sons and live
ilaus., viz.,

I. William, of .Scampston Hall and Lowthorpe Lodge, both
in the co. of York, b. 25 July, 1797 ; d. 27 Aug. 1859.

II. Matthew chitty Downes, of Scampston and Lowthorpe,
Col. 17tli Laneers, h. 19 Dec. 1800; m. 23 April, 1850, Amy
Elizabeth, dau. ot George Henry Cherry, Esq. of Deiitord,
uerkB, and((. 19 April, 18J6, leaving three sjns and one

William Heebert, now of Scampston and Lowthorpe.
Francis Downes Hugh, Lieut. 17th Lancers, i. 26 April,

1859: d. unm. 18 Aug. 1880.
Geoffrey Apsley, b. 15 June, 1861, m. 2 June, 1892, Muriel

Frances Charlotte, 2nd dau. of the late Col. the Hon.

George Henry Essex Grant, of Easter Elchics, of the

4.:Md Highlanders, and has issue,
Cecil Amy.

III. George Darby (Rev.), b. 18 March, 1803; m. 1827,
Geoigina Henrietta Louisa, 2nd da.u. of Hun. and liev.
Gerald Valerian Wellesley, D.D., Prebendary of Durham,
and Chaplain to the Queen, brother of Arthur, 1st Duke of
Wellington, and </. s. p. 1873.

IV. Francis John, Major 8oth Light Infantry, b. 24 June,
ls04 ; d. unm. at Rice Lake, Canada, 9 Feb. 1(357.

I. Mary Catherine, d. 15 May, 1795.

II. Arabella Cecil, )/i. Is2i, Hon. Thomas William Gage, of
Westburv, brother of Henry Hall, 4th Viscount Gage ; d. 20
Feb. 1'546.

III. Mary, m. Bartholomew Wroughton, Esq. of Woolley
Park, Berks ; d. s. p. May, 1851.

IV. Cecil, d. unm. 12 Feb. 1868.

V. Catheiine, rn. David Ricardo, Esq. of Gatcombe, co.
Gloucester, son of the eminent poliiical economist ; d.
Aug. 1871, leaving issue.

Mr. St. Quintin d. 18 Jan. 1805.

Ai-iii' — (Jr, a chevron gu. a chief vaire. Crest — Out of a
ducal coronet gu., a column fluted or, issuant from the tup a
pearisb ppr. between two bulls' horns or.

^■(jctjs—Scainpstun Hall, York, and Lowthorpe Lodge, Hull.


SALiiox, Uexky Thoma.s, M.A., of Tockington
and Olvesion, co. Grloucester, J. P. co. Northampton,
J.i^. aud D.L. CO. Gloucester, Lord of the Uun.ired
of Langk'j and Swinesliead, and Lord of the
Manors ot Tockington and Olvcston, a Commissioner
of the Lower Level for co. Gloucester, Chairman
of Thornbury Board of Guardians, Lieut.-Col.
(retired), lite Major 4th batt. Northamptonshire
Ilegt., b. 1835 ; tn. 1862, Getrude Rose, only dau.
of Kev. J. Harwood Harrison, Rector and Lord of
the Manor of iiugbrooke, co. ZSortlianiptou, and
ha3 issue,

I. Henry Roope Pomekoy, J. P., late Litut. 3id batt. Glou-
cestershire Regt., b. 1865.

T. Mary Pomeroy, m. 2 Feb. 18S3, Col. William Bisset,

Liineag'e. — Thomas Stokes Salmon, Esq., M.A. (Oxford),
of Tockington and Olveston, co. Gloucester (son of Thomas
Stokes Salmon, Esq. of Tockington and Olvcston, and Mary
his wife, only dau. of Rev. Henry Pratt, Vicar of Orpington,
Kent), m. Elizabeth Rosetta, dau. of Rev. Thomas Carter, late
Vice-Provcst of Eton College, and had issue, Henry Thomas,
now of Tockington: Charles, late Lieut. 43rd Light Infantry,
d. at Madras. Mr. Salmon d. 1863.

^rw!,?— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sa., three salmon haurient
or. for Salmon ; 2nd and 3rd, or, a lion rampant gu., for

Seat — Tockington Manor, Almondsbury, co. Gloucester.


Salmond, Henry, Esq. of Waterfoofc, co.
Cumberland, and Langton Hall, Notts, J. P. Notts
and Derby .shire. Post Capt. R.N., b. 31 Dec. 1838,
entered Royal Navy 18.52, served in the Baltic dur-
ing the Russian War, and in the China war of 1857,
Commander 1870, Post Capt. 1880, retired 8 May,
1887, medals for Russian war and China war, and
Roj-al Humane Society's silver medal for saving
life, m. 9 Sept. ISSd, Elizabeth Isabella, only dau.
of the late Edward Bunbury Litchford, Esq. of
'18th Bengal N.I. and has issue,

I. Henry James, 6. 25 April, 1890.

II. l-dward Bunbury, b. 26 July, 1893.
I. Isabel Grace Henrietta.

Liineage. — This family is said to have emigrated froir»
Scotland, and to have settled in the West Indies. A descen-

Capt. James Salmond. b. 1694, ih. 24 May, 1729. Lydia, dau.
of — Kennedy, Esq., and by her (.6. 1701, iL 24 April, 174S) haii

1. William, of whom presently.

I. A dau., 7)1. John Gilchrist, Esq., and had issue.

II. Mary, d. unm. 27 Nov. 1791.

III. Elizabeth, m. 1st, — Campbell, Esq., he d. leaving issue ;
she .11. 2ndly, — Wilson, Esq., who d. without issue ; and
3i'dly, — Loving, Esq., and d.. leaving issue.

Cant. Salmond d. I Oct. 1746. His son,

William Salmond, Esq., b. 4 Aug. 1737 ; m. 1st, 22 Aug.
1759, Elizabeth, dau. of Andrew Clialmer, Esq. of Edinburgh,
.and by her (6. Feb. 1740, d. 18 July, 1760) had one child,
Eiipheinia, b. 7 June, 1760, 7n. Capt. Thorne, and had issue.
He m. 2ndly, 3 Oct. 1765, Jane, 2nd dau. of Edward Hasell,
Esq. of Dalemain, Cumberland {see Hasell of Dalemain) by
Juiia his wife, 2nd dau. of Sir Christopher Musgrave, Bart, of
I'.denhall, Cumberland {see Burke's Peeraf/e) and by her (6.22
April, 1745 ; d. 11 Aug. 1820) had eight children,

I. James Hanson, his heir.

IT. Edward, b. 8 April, 1763; d. 13 June, 1768.

lu. William, Collector of Duties for Island of Curagoa, 5. 20
Oct. 1769; d. 16 Dec. 1838, unHt. ; Inspector-G

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