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harles, an
officer in the army, 6. 1672, d. s. p. 1692.

III. John, of Greenoak, will proved 16 Dec. 1631. He had
issue, Robert.

IV. Michael, \ ,

V. William, f^-^-1^-

I. Frances, Jii. 1605, Ralph Leadon, of Weston (Paver's
MSS.).

II. Mary.

Thomas Saltmarshe owned also considerable property in the
North Riding, and was lord of the manors of Newton Murrel,
Colborne, Newby Wiske, Eplebie, Sic, most of which, to-
gether with property at Saltmarshe, Laxton, and Skelton, he
sold at one time or another (see Yorkshire Feet of Fines). He
d. about 1600, and was.!, by his eldest son,

Robert Saltmarshe, of Saltmarshe, lord of the manor of
Hastrop in Hoklerness, b. about 1560, d. 19 March, 1604. He
sold much of what remained of the family property, including
the manor of Hastrop, and also disposed of part of the copy-
hold property in Saltmarshe (Howden Court Rolls, 1586-1603).
He VI. 1st, 1584, Cecilia, dau. of Thomas Grimston, Esq. of
Grimston Garth, by his wife, dau. and heir of Marmaduke
Thwaites, of Little Smeaton, and by her (who d. 1590) had
issue,

I. Philip, his heir.

II. Arthur, b. 1587, m. 10 Jan. 1609, at Bolton, Percy Pris-
cilla, dau. of Sir William Fairfax, of Steeton.

III. Robert, 6. 1588, d. 1593.
I. Dorothy, 6. 1590.

Robert Saltmarshe had issue by his second wife, Margaret,
three children, who d. in infancy, and a dau. Ellen, who m.
Henry Heddon, Esq. of Marton. His eldest son,

Philip Saltmarshe, of Saltmaishe, 6. 1585, aged eighteen
at his father's death ; his release on coming of age, dated 10
March, 1606, and signed by Lord Salisbury (son of Cecil, Lord
Burleigh, Queen Elizaheth's great statesman) Master of the
Court of Wards, <fec., is in the family possession. He was a J. P.
for East Yorkshire, and signed the deed for the destruction of
Wressle Castle. Following in the footsteps of his father, he
sold much of what remained of the ancient property (Hoy;de,i,
Court Rolls, 1610-1636), and for several generations after his
death, the senior branch of the family occupied an inferior
position in the county. He m. 1618, Mary, dau. of AVilliam
Stanley of Womeisleigh (son of Sir Piers Stanley) by Jane,
his wife, dau. of Thomas Yonge, Archbishop of York (St.
George's Visit.), and by her (who d. in 1640) had issue,

I. Philip, his successor, of whom presently.

II. Edward, aged 41 in 1665 (Dugdale Visitation) J. P. for
North Yorkshire, founder of the North Riding branch, to.
1st, Mary, dau. of Sir Edward Paylor, Bart, of Thoraldby,
who d. s. p., 2ndly, Gerard, dau. of William Ireland, Esq.
of Nostel, and widow of Tliomas Maynel, of North Kilving-
ton, and by her (who was buried at Kirkby Wiske in 1678)
he had, with other issue, a son and successor,

Philip, of Kirkby Wiske, aged 14 in 1665, m. Troth, dau. of
Bryan Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, Durham, and by her
(who d. May, 1684) he had a son and successor,
Philip, of Kirkby Wiske, who to. Anne, dau. and heir
of William de Moleyns, of Skervil, co. Southampton,
and left with other issue, William, of York and Newby
Wiske, J. 1707, TO. Lady Anne I'lunkett, dau. of Robert,
Earl of Fingal, and rf. at Nancy in Lorraine, leaving
one surviving son and six daus., out of a family of
seventeen, the son Philip Saltmarshe, of Vork, and
Newby Wiske, b. 1754, vi. Constantia, dau. of Thomas
Fitzhcrbert, Esq. and widow of Joseph Brockholes,
Esq. of Cloughton, co. Lancaster, and d. s. p. 1797,
his elder sister Anne, to. at Nancy, Mons. Gartaldy,
whose descendants are the representatives of this
branch of the family.

I. Ellen, 6. 1623; d. s. p. 1643.

II. Jane, 6. 1627; d.s.}^. 1655.

Philip Saltmarshe (sen.) d. in 1659, and was bur. at Howden.
His eldest son,

Philip Saltmarshe, of Saltmarshe (Dugdale Visit, and
Howden Court Rolls, 1659), J. P. for East Yorks, and Commis-
sioner of Wallingfin in 1665, b. 1619 ; to. 10 Jan. 1657, Mary,
dau. of George Harrison, of Thorne, by whom (who d. 1691)
he had issue,

Philip, his successor, of whom presently.

Arthur, d. s. p. 1702.

Edward, b. 1674, d. s. p. 1685.

Penelope (Mrs. Bell).
Mr. Philip Saltmarshe d. in 1693, aged 75, and was bur. at
Howden, where his tombstone, with the family arms on it,
ftill exists. His will dated 2 June, 1691, was proved 3 Oct.
1694; he appointed his nephew, Philip Saltmarshe of Newby
Wiske, guardian of his children. His son,

Philip Saltmarshe, of Saltmarshe, executor of his father's

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win, h. 16C0, ii!. 1704, Sarah, widow of Dionrsius Yewit, and
dau. of — Skelton, and rf. 1714 (hur. at Howden) leaving by
her i,«hci ht. Srdly, Thomas Audus, and d. 1744) two sons,
Philip, his heir, of whom presently.

Arthur. t>. 1710, j)!. 17 Dec. 17.M, Anne, dau. of Robert
3Ia\v.-oii, of Cotnesse, Gent., Lord of that JIanor ; thi*! lady
through the death or her brother Robert, and her sisters
lilary and Sarah without issue, brought the manor of
Cotnesse into the family. He had issue, a son,
Philip S;iltmarshe, b. 1753, d. in the lifetime of his uncles
19 April, 1791, aged 38, will dated Jan., proved June,
1791. He m. 10 May, 1770, Elizabeth, dau. of Christopher
Eawson. Ksq. of Stony Royd, by his wife, Jane, dau. of
John r.awson, Esq. of IJeckfoot, and by her (who d. 1834)
had issue,
1 Philip, successor to his great-uncle.
•2 Arthur! of Bill Hill, Wokingham, Berks, 6. 1781, jh.
14 -March, 1838, Caroline Ann, dau. of Alexander
Oswald. Esq. and d. s. j). 3 Jan. 1864.

3 Christopher, of London, Jlerchant, m. 1st, 3 June,
1817, his cuusin Emma, dau. of John Rawson, Esq. of
Stony Royd, co. York, and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of
William Whitmore, Esq., and d. 15 Oct. 1852, leaving
by the former (who d. 15 July, 1834) a son, Arthur
■\Villiam, Lieut. 11th Hussars, </. of cholera at Varna,
1854, until, and three daus., 1 Emma, co-heiress of her
father, m. Henry Harrison, Esq., R.N., son of Rev.
John Harrison, by Frances, his wife, dau. of Lieut. -Col.
John iJalton, of Sleniiigford, and has with other issue,
Blanche, vi. Rev. George Palmes, of Naliurn ; 2 Delia,
in. Dec. 1851, Robert Pattison, Esq. of Edinburgh; and
S Catherine Elizabeth, m. Dec. 18.52, Gabriel Lang, Esq.

4 AVilliam, d. young. 5 Samuel, d. yoimg.

1 Elizabeth Rawson, d. s. p. 1809.

2 Henrietta Maria, d. s. p. 1811.

3 Catheiine Ann, c(. s. jJ. isll.

The eldest son,

PuiLip Saltmarshe, of Saltmarshe, 6. 27 Jan. 1707, to-
gether with his brother and nephew, bought back much of the
property at Saltmarshe, which had been sold by his immediate
ancestors. He rf. unm. at the advanced age of 88, in 1796, will
dated 1792, proved 1796. He was s. by his great nephew,

Philip Saltmarshe, of Saltmarshe (son of Philip, son of
Arthur, 2nd son of Philip), J. P. and D.L., b. 13 March, 1780,
m. 10 May, 1824, Harriet, dau. of Robert Denison, Esq. of
Kilnwick Percy, co. York, by Frances his wife, dau. of Sir
Pilchard Brooke, 4th Bart, of Korton, and had issue,

PiiiLip, now of Saltmarshe.

Arthur, late Lieut. -Col. 70 Regt. (served in New Zealand

and Indian Mutiny), b. 8 Sept. 1832.
Eobert, b. 22 March, 1834. d. s. p. 26 Aug. 1855.
Henrietta Maria, m. i July, 1850, Hon. and Rev. Frank
Sued en. 2nd son of Lord St. Leonards, and has issue {see
Brr.KE's Pcerafje).
Catherine Elizabeth, m. 18.59, Henry Allfrey, Esq. of Heming-
ford House, Stratford-on-Avon, and has issue.
Mr. Philip Saltmarshe d. 28 Kov. 1846.

.4r/,,5— Arg., sem6e of cross-crosslets, three cinquefoils gu.,
pierced of the first; quartering de Lt'NGEViLLE, Portington,
Cliffe, Dawnat, etc. Crest — A rudder or. JIoUo—Ad astia
Tirtus.
^V<i(— Saltmarshe, near Howden.
CI libs — Carlton, and Army and Xavy.



SALTJSBURY OF BRYNBELLA.

SALrsBUET, Eet. Geoeoe Augustus, of Bryn-
bella, CO. Flint, Rector of Westbury, Shrewsbury,
L.L.B. Ciimb., Eector of Westbury, Salop, Patron
of two livings, b. 16 June, 1822; m. 15 April, 1852,
Tanny, 3rd dau. of Luke T. Crossley, Esq. of Olive
Mount, near Liverpool, and has issue,
1. Edward Pemeebton, Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt.
Shropshire Light Infantry,?). 2 Nov. 1854; )/i. 2 Jan.
1884, Julia Melville, eldest dau. of James White Smith,
Esq. of Kathali, Bengal.
n. Frederic Hamilton, h. 15 April, 1836.
Xiineag'e. — Sib John Salcsburt Piozzi-Salusdubt, of
Brynbella, co. Flint, b. 9 Sept. 1793; lu. 7 Nov. Isl4, Harriet
Maria, 2nd dau. of Edward Pemberton, Esq. of Ryton Grove,
Salop, and sister of Edward William Smyche Owen, Esq. of
Condover Hall, and by her (who d. 16 April, 1831) had issue,
John Owen, h. 7 Jan. 1818 ; d. 6 iVIarch, 1833.
Thomas Henry, b. 26 Jan. 1819 ; </. 23 Oct. 1828.
Edward William, b. 19 Jan. 1821, entered the 1st Bengal
European Regt. in July, 1838, and participated in the
Blorming of Ghuznee 21 July, 1839. On 11 Aug. 1840, he
was appointed to the 4th Ghoorka Regt. in the service of



H.M. Shah Sooja, at Cabul, and was slain at Charackar

during the insurrection on 4 Nov. 1841.
Gi:oRfiE Ai'GUsTUs, present representative.
Charles Arthur (Rev.), Rector of Chui-ch Stretton, Salop,

b 14 Oct. 1823 ; ./. 9 July, 1849.
Frederick Octavius, C.B., Major-Gen. in the army, late

Lieut.-Col. H.M. 101st Royal Bengal Fusiliers, 6. 18 Jan.

1825. (C/it6— United Service).
Augustus Pemberton (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Wrockwardine,

near Wellington, Salop, b. 25 Aug. 1826 ; vi. 20 April, 1852,

llenriiita Sophia, dau. of John Perkins, E.sq. of Norris

Lodge, Herts, and has had. Norman (Rev.), Vicar of Newton

Arlosli, Cumberland, b. 1859; Ch.'irles Pemberton, b. 1861 ;

F'rancis Russell (Rev.), M.A. Oxford, curate of Holy Cross, ''

Shrewsbury, b. 1865; Amy Hester; Maud; Marion; Edith;

an<l Dora.
HcsterMaria, m. 16 July, 1841, the late Rev. Arthur Downes

Gaidner, M.A., Vicar of Holywell, co. Flint, and d. 1851.
Angelina, m. 27 April, 1837, the late John William Harden,

Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Judge of the

County Court for co. Chester. She d. 1&;2.
Caroline Mary, ?». 25 July, 1865, Rev. Watkin Williams,

M. A., Rector of Nannerch, co. Flint.
Harriet Charlotte, d. in infancy.

This gentleman, the 2nd son of Sig. Giambattista Piozzi, Mer-
chant of Brescia, in Lombardy, by his wife, the dau. of Sig.
Fracassio, Merchant of Venice, assumed by sign-manual, 1813,
the additional surname of Salusbdry, in compliance with the
wish of Hester Lynch, only dau. and heir of John Salusbury,
Esq. of Bachygraig, and relict of Gabriel Piozzi and of Henry
Thrale, Esq. of Strcatham, Surrey. Sir John was appointed
High SheritT co. Flint, 1816, and in that capacity received
knighthood on the occasion of the presentation of an address
to the Prince Regent. He d. 1858.

Arms — Gu., a lion rampant arg., ducally crowned or, between
three crescents of the last a canton erm. Crest— A dcmi-lion
rampant, couped arg., collared gu., ducally crowned, holding in
the dexter paw a crescent, also gu. Motto — Sat est prostrasse
leoni.

Sent — Brynbella, near St. Asaph, co. Flint. Residence—
Westbury Rectory, near Shrewsbury.



SALVIN OF CROXDALE.

Salyin, Henry Thomas Thoenton, Esq. of
Croxdale, co. Durham, J.P., late Capt. Durham
Fusilier Militia, and formerly Lieut. Koyal Cana-
dian Eifle Eegt., b. 23 Jan. 1838; m. 12 Sept.
1876, Agnes Jane, youngest dau. of Herman Julius
Schier, Esq. of Louvaine Place, Newcastle-on-
Tyne, and has issue,

I. Gebabd Thornton, h. 16 Sept. 1878.

II. Herman Charles Joseph, b. 19 March, 1882.

I. Heather Mary, b. 11 July, 1877.

II. Frances Margeria Clare, b. 12 Sept. 1879.

III. Agnes Mary Monica Haweis, b. 6 May, 1881.

IV. Ivy Wincfred Isabel Mary, b. 5 June, 1885.

Lineag'e. — Ralph, 3rd son of Richard de Cukeney, of
Cukeney, Notts, and grandson of Jooeus dc Flemanagh, who
came into England with the Conqueror, and held the third
part of a knight's fee in Cukeney, was of Norton and Wood-
house, Notts, and from the latter was called Le Silvan. He
was living temp. He.nri II., and was a benefactor to the
Abbey of VYelbeek. His son and successor,

OsBERT Silvan, of Norton and Woodhouse, High Sheriff of
Notts 5 King Stephen, was grandfather of

Sir Osbert Silvayne, Knt. of Norton and Woodhouse, 29
Henry III., who had lands in Wilnerby, and was s. by his
son,

Ralph Salvayne, of Woodhouse and Thorpe Salvyn, co.
York, whose 2nd son,

Robert Salvayne, of North Duffield, co. York, m. Sibilla,
dau. and co-heir of Robert Beeston, of Wilberfoss, same co.,
and was s. by his son,

Gerard Salvayn, of North Duffield, Herswell, and other
places, CO. York, who was Ambassador to the Court of France
32 Edward I. and 5 Edward II., Eseheator North of Trent in
the first year of the latter reign, and Sheriff of Y'orkshire from
the fourth to the eighth of the same. His grandson.

Sib Gerard Salvayn, Knt. of North Duffield and Herswell
(son of John Salvin, by Margaret his wife, elder dau. and co-
heir of Robert, Lord Itos of Wark), was High Sheriff for co.
York 24 Edward III., and some time Eseheator for the King
South of Trent. He obtained from the Crown the manor of
Bellester, in Tyndale, co. York, and an exemplification of the
pai don and restitution in blood granted to his mother (for her
father, the Lord llos's treason) by patent, dated 26 June, 41



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Edtvakd hi. By his 1st -wife, Agnes, dau. of Sir Robert
Mauleverer, he was ancestor of the Salvins of HenwclL and
the Salvins of Croxdak, and by his 2nd wife, Alice, lie was
ancestor of the Salvins of Ncwbigghi.

Gerard Salvain, the 4th son of Sir Gerard Salvayn, Knt.
of Herswell, and grandson of Sir Gerard, High Sheriff, co.
York, 24 Edwaed III., m. Agnes, Lady of Croxdale, only dau.
and heir of William de Kissaby, by Joanna his wife, dau. of
Eobert de Walton, of Croxdale, and dying 1422, was s. by his
son,

Gekabd Salvayn, Esq. of Croxdale, m. Jane, dau. of
William Scargill, Esq. of Thorp, co. York, and dying in the
lifetime of his mother, 8 May, 20 Henry VI., Mas s. by his
son,

Gerard Salvis, Esq. of Croxdale, heir to his grandmother,
the Lady of Croxdale, who had for her 2nd husband John
Mauleverer, Esq. By Elizabeth his wife, he left a son and
successor,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. ot Croxdale, living 1476, m. Eleanor,
dau. of Sir Roger Coigniers, of AVynyard, co. Durham, and
was father of

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, called senior, who had, by
Joanna, his wife, three sons and three daus. ; the 2nd son,
Anthony, B.D., was Master of University Coll. Oxford, and
afterwards Viee-General for the Bishop of Durham. Mr.
Salvin d. 1563, and was s. by his eldest son,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, vi. Eleanor, dau. of
William Wrenn, Esq. of Billyhall, co. Durham, and dying
1570, left (with two daus., Margaret, wife of George Grey,
Esq., and mother of Anthony, 9th Earl of Kent, and Muriel,
m. Sir Robert Rokeby, of Marske) three sons, of whom the
eldest,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, ra. Joaue, dau. of Richard
Norton, Esq. of Norton Conyers, and dying 9 Nov. 15S7, was
s. by his eldest son,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, m. Anne, dau. of Hum-
phrey Blakiston, Esq. of Great Chilton, and had issue. Francis,
the 3rd son, a Lieut. -Col. of Horse, fell at Marston Moor,
ex 2^0,1'te Regis. Mr. Salvin's will bears date 28 Aug. 1G02.
His eldest son,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, m. 1st, Mary, dau. of
Robert Hodgson, Esq. of Hepburn, co. Durham, by whom
<who d. 1622) he had issue, t. Gerard, Lieut.-Col. of Col.
Tempest's Regt. of Foot, slain at Northallerton 1644, in the
service of King Charles I., and d. unm.; ii. William, d.
unm. ; i. Anne, d. unm. Dec. 1683 ; ii. Mary, m. Michael
Pudsay, Esq. of Lawfield, co. York; iii. Eleanor, of Claypath,
CO. Durham, d. unm. July, 1691 ; and iv. Elizabeth, ta. John,
son and heir of Ricliard Skelton, Esq. of Armathwaite Castle.
Mr. Salvin m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Bryan Belasyse, Esq.
of Morton House, co. Durham, and by her had, with other
sons, who d. unm.,

Bkyan, of Buttcrby, who d. v. -p. 15 Aug. 1658, leaving by
his wife, Catherine, dau. of Sir Thomas Tempest, liart. of
Stella (whom he m. 1652), with two daus. (Troth, wife of
Philip Saltmarshe, Esq. of Newby Wiske, and Mary, who
d. uiim.) two sons, Gerard, successor to his grandfather,
and Thomas, of Owton, who d. unm. 1687.

Anthony, of Sunderland Bridge, ancestor ot the Salvins
01 Sunderland Bridge, and. Haicksfold (see next Memoir).

William, of Brandon Hall.

Margaret, m. Francis Appleby, Esq. of Lartington.

Mary, m. Thomas Smythe, Esq., brother of Sir Edward
Smythe, Bart., living 1683.

Blr. Salvin d. 18 Jan. 1663, and was s. by his grandson,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, m. Mary, dau. of Ralph
■Clavering, Esq. of Callaly, and dying 5 Feb. 1722-23, was s.
by his only son,

Bryan Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, m. 1716, Anne, 3rd dau.
of William Haggerston, Esq., son and heir-apparent of Sir
Thomas Haggerston, 2nd Bart, of Haggerston, and left at his
decease, 1 March, 1751 (with other children, who all d. unm.'),
a dau. Mary. m. George Markliam, Esq. of Claxby, and a son
and heir,

William Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, 6. 28 Nov. 1723 ; in. 1st,
Mary, eldest dau. of Sir Edward Gascoigne, 5tli Bart, of Par-
lington, CO. York, by which lady (who d. May, 1706) he had no
issue. He to. 2ndly, 1758, Catherine, only child and heir of
Thomas Thornton, Esq. of Nether Witton, in Northumberland,
a,nd had issue,

William Thomas, eventual heir.

Bryan John, of Burn Hall, b. 28 April, 1779 ; d. 1842.

Catherine, m. Sir Thomas Stanley Massey Stanley, 7th Bart.
of Hooton, and d. 1798.

Mary. Anne, who d. young.

Margaret, m. 19 April, 1790, Thomas KiddeM, Esq. ot Swin-
burne Castle, Northumberland.



Isabella, m. 1st, 20 Jun r, 1792, Horsley Widdrington
Riddell, Esq. of Feltun, Northumberland, and 2ndly, 9 May,
1803, Ualph Riddell, Efq. of Cheeseburn Grange.
Frances, d. unm. Feb. 1790. Eliza.

Mr. Salvin a'. 20 Jan. 1800, and was s. by his elder surviving
son,

William Thomas Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, h. i July, 1768,
m. 22 July, 1800, Anna Maria, dau. of John Webbc Weston,
Esq. of Sutton Place, Surrey, and had issue,

I. Gerard, his heir.

II. William Thomas, h. 11 Nov. 1808; deceased.

III. Edward John, b. 1810; deceased.

IV. Mannaduke Cliarles, of Burn Hall, co. Durham. J.P.
and D L., b. 11 Feb. 1812; s. his uncle, Bryan John Salvin,
Esq. of Burn Hall, 1842 ; m. Sept. 1845, Caroline (who d.
23 Sept. 1880), dau. of Sir Cliarles Wolseley, 7th Bart, of
Wolseley, co. Stafford, and had surviving issue,

1 Bryan John Francis, late a Lieut. Royal Jlonmouth
Militia, b. 28 July, 1846', now of Burn Hall.

2 Marinaduke Henry, b. 28 March, 1849; s. to the Sarnes-
field Court estate, co. Hereford.

1 Mary.

2 Louisa Mary, m. 20 Aug. 1878, Philip Witham, Esq.,
4th son of Sir Charles Witham, R,N.

3 Teresa Maiy, m. 28 Nov. 1876, Charles Ernest Bell,
Esq. of Park House, Durham, nephew of .Sir Lowthian
Bell, Bart., and has issue. 4 Agnes.

5 Francesca Josephine, m. 25 Sept. 1877, George Uswald
Sharpies, Esq. of Wavcrtree, Liverpool, and has issue.
Mr. M. C. Salvin d. 27 Dec. 1885, and was s. by his eldest
son, Bryan, now of Burn Hall.

V. Francis Henry, now of Sutton Place, SuiTey (see that
family).

I. Catharine.

II. Anna Maria, m. 20 Feb. 1838, William Lawrence Witham,
Esq,, 2nd son of H. T. M. Witham, Esq. of Lartington HaU,
CO. York.

ui. Louisa Mary. iv. Agnes Elizabeth.

v. Elizabeth Mary. vi. Emma Maria.

Mr. Salvin d. 8 June, 1842, and was s. by his eldest son,

Gerard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, J.P., b. 24 Sept. 1804 ;
m. 23 Sept. 1834, Winefred, 2nd dau. of Henry Thomas Maire
Witham, Esq. of Lartington Hall, co. York, and had issue by
her (who d. 29 July, 1881),

I. Henry Thomas Thornton, now of Croxdale.

II. Chui-les Francis, b. 28 March, 1841; m. 10 Jan. 1870,
Louisa, sister of Thomas Reavely, Esq. of Kinnerslcy Castle,
CO. Hereford, and has issue, 1 William Thornton Josepli, b.
15 Sept. 1875 : 1 Winifred Mary, 0. 10 May, 1871 : 2 Claire
Muriel, b. 1 March, 1874. Mr. Charles F. Salvin d. 9 Sept.
1881.

Mr. Salvin d. 22 Oct, 1870, and was s. by his eldest son,
Henry Thomas Thornton Salvin, Esq,, now of Croxdale.
Arms — Arg,, on a chief sa, two mullets or, ; quartering,
among many others, De Ros, Bruce, Lancaster, Tempest,
Umfreville, Thornton, Radcliffe, Derwentwater, Clax-
TON, JIexvill, <tc. Crest — A dragon vert, wings elevated and
endorsed ppr. Motto — Je ne change qu'eii mourant.
6'cat— Croxdale Wood House, Durham.



SALVIN OF HAWKSFOLD.

Salvin, Osbebt, Esq. F.E.S. of Hawksfold, co.
Sussex, b. 25 Feb. ]835, m. 2-4 May, 1865, Caroline
Octavia, sixth dau. of Williaiu Whitaker Maitland,
Esq. of Loughton Hall, and Woodford Hall, co.
Essex, by Anne, his wife, fourth dau. of Benjamin
Grott, Esq. of Armley House, near Leeds, and has
issue,

I. Sybil Maitland, &. 18 Nov. 1866, ?«. 19 July, 1893, Edmond
Leveson Calverley, third son of Edmund Calverley, Esq.
of Oulton Hall, Leeds.

n. Heloise, b. 29 Dec. 1874.

III. Viola, 6. 30 Aug. 1877.

Lineage. — This is a younger branch of the Salvins of
Croxdale, co. Durham.

Anthony Salvin, of Sunderland Bridge, was the younger
son of Gerard Salvin of Croxdale, co. Durham, and Mary, his
second wife, dau. of Bryan Belasyse, of Morton House, co.
Durham (see Salvin of Croxdale). He vi. Eleanor dau. of
Simon Peacock, of Buinhall, co, Durham, and d. 1707, leaving
a son,

James Salvin, of Sunderland Bridge, to, Ruth, dau. of —
Kempe, of London, and d. 1753, leaving a son,

Anthony Salvin, of Sunderland Bridge, m. 1756, Anne, dau.
of George Smith, of Burnhall, co, Durliam, and d. 1785,
leaving a son,

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Liect.-Ges. Akthont Salvix, of Siinderland Bridge, 6. 2S
June, 175S, m. 1st, 'JS July, 17Sri, Cutheiiue d;iu. of Thomas
Wharton, of Old Park, and had issue,

I. Thomas, d. s. j). 5 Oct. 1S04.

I. Aniie, »!. Kobert de Lisle, of Actou, co. Northumberland,
and i(. s. p. Sept. ISTS.

]Io ;.i. indly, 11 Sept. ITl'S, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Jlills, of
■\ViIlinston, .and if. April 1S4-1, having had further issue,

II. Anthont, of whom presently.
The only son by the second marriage,

AsTHONT Salvis, F.S.A. of HawUsfold, Sussex, b. 17 Oct.
17;ii>, Hi. -6 July, Ibiti, Anne Andrews, dau. of liev. William
Xe^neId. liector of Brancepeth and C'lestcr-le-Street, co.
Durham, and by her who d. 5 Oct. ISCO, aged 55, had issue,

I. Anthony, h. 23 July, 1827; m. 26 July, 1865, Emily
:Marianne, eldest dau. of Charles .Vlbert Darley, of Burton-
lield, CO. York, and d. v. p. 25 July, 1«81, leaving issue,

Anthony Gekakd, b. 3 Aug. 1866; in. 28 July, 1892,
rhilippa Beatrice, dau. of liev. Walter Brooksbank, of
Thornbarrow, Windermere.

II. William Parker, h. 12 July, 1820 ; d. 17 Jlarch, 1830.

III. OsiiEKT, of Hawksfold.

I. Agnes Elizabeth, b. 17 Jan. 1S31 ; d. May, 1833.

II. Emmeline, 6. 10 June, lb33.

III. Ehza Anne, 6. 27 Oct. 1S36.

Mr. Anthony S.ilvin d. 19 Dec. 1S81.
;5.;(((— Hawksfold, Fernhurst, Sussex.
Cidb — AthenKum.



SAIiVIN OF SUTTON PLACE,

Salyix, Feaxcis Hexky, Esq. of Sutton Place,
Siu-rey, late Capt. 3rd batt. Yoik aud Lancaster
Kegt." b. 4 April, 1817.

Liineage. — For Salviu pedigree, see Salvin of Croxdak,
CO. Durham.

^amiln of ©UbIjE.

John Webbe, Esq. (son of John Webbe, Esq. by Catherine
his wife, dau. of Sir John Borlase, Knt. of JIarlow, and grand-
son of John Webbe, Esq. of Clerkenwell, who was son of John
Webbe, Esq., next brother of Sir John Webbe, of Oldstock), m.
Bridget, dau. and eventually co-heir of John Woolfe, Esq., and
Anne his wife, dau. and co-heir of John Pinehon, Esq. of
Writtle, who was son of Sir Edward Pinehon, Knt. of Writtle
(by Dorothy his wife, sister of Eichard, 1st Earl of Portland,
and dau. of Sir Jeremy Weston, Knt. of Skrecns, wlio was son
of liiehard Weston, of Skreens, one of the J udges of the Court
of Common Pleas Ump. Queen Elizabeth), and d. 7 March,
17i;9. having by her (who d. 10 Feb. same year) had issue, a
Eon and a dau.,

I. Thomas, his heir.

I. Bridget, ni. John Monington, Esq. of Sarnesflcld, and
dying 175i, left two daus.,

1 .Anne Monington, of Sarnesfield, who d.. vnm. 1794.

2 Bridget Monington, who d. about 1776, also unm.

Mr. Webl c d.l March, 1729, and wa'S s. by his son,

Thomas Webde, Esq., m. Anne, dau. of Tliomas Tancred,
ES'i-. and had one son, John, of whom presently, and three
daus., Anne, m. Christopher Chapman Bird, Esci- of lieigate,
Surrey; Bridget, d. unm. ; and Teresa, hi. John Wright, Esq.
of Kelvedon Hall, Essex. The only son,

John Webbe, Esq. of Sutton Place, Surrey, b. 1753, assumed

the surname of Weston 1782. He vi. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of

John Lawson, Esq., and granddau. of Sir John Laws



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