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on, 3rd

Bart, of Brough Hall, co. York, by whom he had issue,

John, h. 1784; 7/i Caroline, niece of Sir James Graham,

Bart, of Netherby, and by lier left three daus. (Mary, m. in

France; Matilda, also ni. in France; and Caroline, m. to

F". Hicks, Esq. of Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square) and

one son, John Joseph Webbe Weston, Esq. of Sutton Place,

Capt. 3rd Light Dragoons of the Emperor of Austria, and

Knt. of St. John of Jerusalem, who hi. 17 May, 1847, Lady

Horutia Elizabeth \\ aldegrave, dau. of John James, 6th

Earl Waldegrave, but d. s. p. at the siege of Komorn, in

Hungary, 24 Sept. 1849 ; his widow ra. 2ndly, 28 Nov. Is54,

John Wardlaw, Esq. Capt. Webbe Weston devised his

estate first to his widow. Lady Horatia, for life, or until lier

second marriage, then to the late Ihomas Monington

Weston, Esq. for his life, with remainder in fee to the

present Fkancis Henby Salvin, E.-^q.

Thomas, of Sarnesfield and .Sutton Place, who d. s. p. 12

Stpt. l»o7, was J. P. and High Sheriff 1837. lie was b. 2

July, 1790; '»i. 25 Jan. 1»26, Mary Anne, youngest dau. of

John Wright, Esq., late of Kelvedon Hall, Essex.

He hi. 2ndly, Mai-y, dau. of William Constable, Esq. of Evcr-



ingham, by whom ho had also five daus. The eldest, Anna
Maria, m. 1800, William Thomas Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale Hall,
and had, inter alios, a 5th son, the present Francis Henet
Salvin, Esq.

Anns, Crest, and Motto— Same as Salvin of Croxdale.
ASeaJ— Sutton Place, Guildford, Surrey. Residence— Wtdtr
more House, near Guildford.



SALWEY OE HAYE PAK.K AND THE
LODGE.

Salwey, Alfred, Esq. of Haye Park, co. Here-
ford, and The Lodge, co. Salop, J. P. and D.L., late
Chairman of County Council, and formerly Chair-
man of Quarter Sessions co. Salop, and J. P. co. Here-
ford, b. 15 Feb. 1841 ; vi. 16 Oct. 18f)2, Margaret
Frances, youngest dau. and co-heir of Edward Sal-
wey, Esq. of The Lodge, and has

I. Roger, b. 28 Oct. 1869.

I. Constance Margaret, b. 13 April, 1867.

II. Ethel Mary, b. 9 July, 1872.

Lineage. — The Sewyns, now Salweys, are of Saxon
origin, and are stated to have settled at Cannoc (the present
Kanke), co. Stafford, at a period antecedent to the Conquest;
thence they spread into Worcestershire, Salop, and other shires,
and have been resident at Richard's Castle, Shropshire, for
several generations.

Geoffrey de Salewet held lands in Norton-under-Cannoc,
Stafford, temp. Henry III., 1216.

John Salwey, Lord of Leycroft, co. Stafford (son of Adam
Salwey, of Cannoe), was chosen among those " qui portabant
arma ab ancestria," to attend the king as a man-at-arms and
an esquire in France. He m. Isabell, dau. and heir of Sir
William Tromwyn, and had a son and successor,

John Salwey, of Cannoc, Lord of Stanford, co. Worcester,
3 Henry IV., d. seised of the manors of Stanford and Richard's
Castle, CO. Hereford, 8 Henry V. He m. Isold, dau. of Joha
Washborne, of Stanford, co. Worcester, and heir to her mother,
Joan, dau. and heir of Sir John Musard, Knt., and was s. by
his son,

HoMFREY Salwey, of Kanke and Stanford, the King's
Escheator for co. Worcester 22 Henry VI., and Knight-
Mareschal for that King's Court. He m. Joyce, dau. of Sir
Robert Strelley, Knt. of Strelley, Notts, by Isabell, dau. of
Thomas and sister of Cardinal John Kemp, Archbishop of
Canterbury, and had issue, i. John (Sir) Knt. ; ii. Thomas, of
whom presently ; in. Edmund; i. Isold, iii. Eichard Acton,
Esq. of Sutton. The 2nd son,

Thomas .Salwey, of Kanke and Stanford, temp. Henry VII.,
hi. Jane, dau. of Thomas Lygon, of Madresfield, co. Worcester,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Salwey, of Stanford, in. Margery, dau. and co-heir
of William Porter, Esq., of Worcester, and had i-sue, Anthony,
who was disinherited by his father, and d. s. p., and

Arthur Salwey, who was made heiriby a fine and recovery.
He m. Maiy, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Searle, Esq. of
London, and had issue. The eldest son,

HoMPHREY Salwey, Esq. of Stanford, J.P., a Member of "the
Long Parliament previously to 1653, m. Anne, 2nd dau. of Sir
Edward Littleton, Knt. of Pillaton Hall, co. Stafford (by Blar-
garet his wife, dau. of Sir William Devereux, 2nd son of
Walter, 1st Viscount Hereford), and had, with three daus., five
sons, I. Edward, his successor at Stanford, M.P. for Droitwich,
sulsequently Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer (his daus.
and co-heirs were Mary, m. Col. Rogers; Honora, m. Cape!
Hanbury, Esq. of Pontypool ; and Elizabeth, ?«. Sir F'rancis
Winnington, Knt.); ii. Humphrey, who m., but cZ. s. p.; in.
Posthumous, Capt. E.N., who m., but d. s. p. ; iv. Arthur,
Rector of Severn Stoke ; v. Richard, of whom presently ; vi.
John, unm., killed in the civil war. The 5th son,

Richard Salwey, Esq. of Richard's Castle, co. Hereford, a
Major in the Parliamentary Army, was successively M.P. for
CO. Worcester, 1653, and for Westmorland 1659. In 1664, he
was constituted Ambassador under the Protectorate to Con-
stantinople. He m. Anne, dau. of Richard Waring, Esq.,,
Alderman of London, and had issue,

I. John, his successor.

II. Richard, of London, Merchant, m. Sarah, dau. of Col.
Samuel Barwick, Governor of Barbndoes, and had, with
Several other children, who all d. unm., an only suiviving
dau. and heir, Jane, to. her cousin, Richabd Salwey, Esq.
of The Jloor Park.

in. Thomas, a Turkey Mcrciinnt at S-nyrna, m. !\Tars-nret,.
dau. of John Freeii<aii, Esq. ol Louuoii, a..d iiad an only



SAL



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SAM



1781



son, Thomjis. d. warn. His widow m. afterwards, John, Gth

Loi'd DelawaiT.
IV. Edward, of Stratford, Essex, a Turl<ey Jlerchant, m.

Hannah, 2nd daii. and cu-hoir of Theuphilus licvoll, Ksq. of

London, and hud issue, two sons and a dau., who m., and

others, who d. v.nm.
v. Henry, d. umii.

I. Katherine, m. 1668, Winiam Cockerham, Esq. ofWigmore
Abbey, co. Hereford.

II. Hannah, ?«. her cousin, Rev. John Salwey.
Major Salwey was s. by his eldest son,

John Salwet, Esq. of Richard's Castle, m. Jane, dau. and
heir of William Griffith, Esq. of Ludlow, and relict of Somerset
Hall, Esq. of Brimfield, co. Hereford, by whom he had four
sons,
I. Richard, of The Moor Park and Haye Park, Salop, and co.
Hereford, whose only dau. and heir, Jane, ra. iJenjaaiin
Booth, Esq. of the Adelphi, London.
n. John, of whom presently.

III. Henry, of Elton, co. Hereford, m. Irene, dau. and co-heir
of Dr. Augustine Caasar, and d. s. p.

rv. William, d. mi»i.
The 2nd son.

Rev. John Salwey, M.A., Rector of Richnrd's Castle, m.
1708, Alice, dau. and co-heir of Dr. Augustine Caisar, and had
issue,

I. John, d. in infancy.

II. Thomas, his heir.

III. Edward, of The Lodge, d. unni. 1781.

The elder son,

Rev. Thomas Salwet, LL.D., Rector of Richard'-s Castle,
m. 1742, Constance, only dau. of Francis Biddulph, Esq. of
Ledbury, and had two sons,

I. John, his successor.

II. Theophilus Richard, of The Lodge, Salop, h. 27 JIarch,
1757 ; m. 9 April, 1787, Anna Maria, younger dau. and co-
heir of Thomas Hill, Esq., M.P., of Court Hill, Salop, by
whom (who d. 13 Aug. 1812) he had issue, live sons and
gix dans.,

1 Edward, of The Lodge, b. 12 Feb. 1790; m. 1838, Harriet,
eldestdau. of T. B. Ricketis, Esq.of Coombe, co. Hereford,
and by her (who m. 2ndly, ]a43, John Salwey, Esq. of
Moor Park), he left at his decease, May, 1810, two
daus.,

Hariiet Charlotte, m. Rev. C. Xeville Custance, Rector
of Brampton, Norfolk, d. 1870, Having had, Cliarles
Edward Salwey, 6. 1?64.

Margaret Frances, m. her cousin, Alfred Salwet, Esq.
now of Haye Park.

2 Thomas (Rev.), b. 19 Oct. 1791, Vicar of Oswestry,
Saloji, and Hector of St. Florence, co. Peinbr-jke ; ni. 1»29,
Frances, dau. and co-heir of Henry Giiibons, Esq. of
Oswestry, and d. 3 Dec. 1877, having had issue,

Edward, Lieut. Royal Horse Artillery, Bengal, 6. 1833 ;
d. 1857.

Arthur, Comin. R.N., m. 1857, his cousin, Elizabeth
Cunstanee, dau. of Col. Salwey, and d. 1876, leaving
issue, Kdwaid Arthur, 6. March, 1865; Edith Constance,
<i. 1868; Henrietta Frances; Ada Blanche.

Henry (Itev.), i). 4 Oct. 1836, Vicar of Kildwick,co. York,
TO. 28 Jan. 1868, Lucy Brenda, 2nd dau. of George
Henry Chiistie, Esq., J. P., of Franiiiighara Hall, Nor-
folk, and had issue, Edward, b. and d. 13 Sept. 1869;
GeotTrey, b. 30 Sept. 1872 ; Constance Brenda, b. 18 Nov.
1868; I^old Mary, 6. 16 Dec. 1870, a!. 17 March, 1871.

John, Vicar of Brox bourne, Herts, formerly Curate of
Ewell, Surrey, ni. Elizabeth Anne, dau. of William
Ur«ick, Esq. of Clapham, and has had issue, John, b.
6 Aug. 1867; Ella Margaret, b. 19 Dec. 1868, d. Dec.
1883; Herbert, b. 8 Feb. 1870; Isold Beatrice, b. 26
Aug. 1873.

Alfred, now of Haye Park and The Lodge.

Heibert (Rev ), Rector of Easthampstead, Berkshire.

Constance Frances, d. Uiun. 1866.

3 Henry, of Runnymede Park, late Lieut. -Col. Coldstream
Guards, and at one time M.P. for Ludlow, b. 20 Jan. 1794 ;
m. 13 March, 1828, Elizabeth Philippa, only dau. and heir
of John Hooper Holder, Esq. of Stanton Lacy, Salop, by
Elizabeth, his wife, youngest dau. of the Hon. William
Williams Hewitt, brother to James, 1st Viscount Lirford,
Lord Cliancellor of Ireland, and d. 1874, having issue.

Henry Edward, d. young.

Frederick Arthur, d. young.

Alfred Henry, d. )oung.

Herbert Augustus, b. Sept. 1848.

Reginald Ernest, b. April, 1«52 ; to. 1882, Charlotte Maria,

dau. of Sumuel Birch, LL.D., and widow of W. P.

Weston, Esq.

Eliza Constance, m. her cousin. Commander Salwey,
Katherine Jane, m. T. Young, Ksq. of Sackville Street,

St. Janus s, London, and 2ndly, her coubin, Cupt. W.

H. Salwey.
Henrietta Philippa, m. Rev. John Bright, of Totterton

Hall, ,^alop.



Alicia Hannah, m. 11 May, 1858, Arthur Rodney, Esq.,
and has issue (see Blirke's Peerage and Baronetage,
Rodney, B.). Agnes Emily, d. young.

4 Arthur, Clerk in the Treasury, 6. 15 Feb. 1797 ; )/i. 20
July, 1824, Anne Frances Pole, only dau. of Vice-.Ulmiral
Manley, ot Braziers, co. Oxford, by his wife, Frances Pule,
of Radbourne, co. Derby ; d. 1834.

5 Richard (Rev.), B.A., Rector of Fawkham and of Ash,
Kent, b. 1 Oct. IbOO; m. 26 Nov. 1835, Mary, dau. of
Multon Lambard, Esq., and has issue,

Arthur Multon, b. 4 Sept. 1836; d. 1847.

William Henry, late Capt. 26th Regt. (Cameronians), b.

20iMay, 1839; m. 23 May, 1876, Catherine Jane, dau.

of Col. Salwey, of Runnymede Park, Surrey.
Edward Richard, C.E., 6. 13 April, 1843; iii. 9 April,

1874, Ellen Isabel, dau. of E. Burges, Esq. of The

Kidge, CO. Gloucester.
Mary Jane, d. 1854.
Hariiet Laura, m. 28 Aug. 1872, M. E. Howard, Esq.,

son of Rev. William Howard, Rector of Witchingham,

Norfolk.

1 Anna Maria, 7n. 13 June, 1815, William Browne, Esq.,
only son and heir of the Rev. William Browne, of
Camfield Place, Herts, and nephew to Sir FitzWilliam
Barrington, last Bart, of Barrington Hall.

2 Margaret, d.unrn. 1851.

3 Elizabeth, m. William Poyser, Esq. of The Crow, Leasow,
Salop; d. 1864.

4 Octavia Constance, to. 2 June, 1825, Rev. Thomas Lavie,
and d. 17 Aug. 1826.

5 Jane, d. unm. 6 Frances, d.unrn.

Rev. Dr. Salwey was s. by his eldest son,

John Salwey, Esq. of The Moor Park, Salop, and Haye
Park, CO. Hereford, m. 1st, 17G8, Anne, only dau. of Thomas
Foliot Baugh, Esq. of Stonehouse, and had issue,

I. Richard, successor to his father.

II. Theophilus, Lieut. R.N., m. 4 Sept. 1802, Mary, dau. of
Thomas Davies, Esq. of Ashley Moor, by whom he acquired
that estate, and had issue,

1 Humphrey, 6. 13 July, 1803; to. Louisa Rebecca, dau. of
John Johnstone, Esq. of Muinstone Court, co. Hereford,
and d. 1877, having had issue,

Theophilus John, 6. 18 Oct. 1848.
Agnes Mai-y. Laura.

Catherine. Charlotte Louisa.

2 Gilbert, b. 2 Dec. 1804 ; d. unm. 1844.

3 Walter, b. 11 Jlay, 1806 ; </. young.

4 Erasmus, Capt. Salop Militia, m. 1868, the widow of
— Shelton, Esq. of iirimtield, co. Herelord.

5 Herbert, b. 4 April, 1816; m. Emilia Robert, dau. of
Capt. Waugh, of Fuxhall, co. Linhthgow, Scotland, and
afterwards of Australia, Capt. in the army, and d. 1867,
leaving issue,

Herbert, b. 9 June, 1852. Alfred, b. 3 July, 1858.

Edgar, b. 14 March, 1860.

Mary Emily. Edith.

6 Alfred, b. 27 April, 1817, a Commissary-General.

1 Mary, d. Is23.

2 Anne, m. William Urwick, Esq. of Ludlow.

I. Elizabeth, m. Lieut.-Gen. Sir P. K. Roche, K.C.B., and
d. 1799. II. Katheriue, d. unin. Is04.

The eldest surviving SQn and heir,

Richard Salwey, Esq. of The Sloor Park and Haye Park,
b. 20 Nov. 1783 ; m. Isabella, 3rd d.iu. of Job Walker Baugh,
Esq. of Stonehouse, Salop, and had issue,

1. John, his heir.

1. Constance Isabella, m. 18 May, 1815, Thomas Eeale, Esq.
of The Heath, Salop.

n. Elizabeth. in. Frances, d. unm.

IV. Katherine, m. G Sept. 1832, Samuel Wranghain Ballard,
Esq., only son of Admiral Ballard, of Coates Hall, Co. York.

V. Amelia.

VI. Charlotte IMargaretta, to. 13 Oct. 1831, Richard Betton,
Esq., late of Great Berwick, and now of Overton Ilouae,
Salop ; d. 1858.

VII. Cecilia Sarah, d. 4 Feb. 1816.

Mr. Salwey d. 4 Feb. 1825, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Salwey, Esq. of The Moor Park, Salop, b. 24 June,
1798; VI. 15 June, 1843, Harriet Anne, rehct of Edward Salwey
Esq. ot The Lodge, and eldest dau. of Thomas Bourke Ricketts,
Esq. of Coombe House, co. Hereford, and d. 21 March, 1871.
She d.i April, 1893. He was s. by his cousin, Alfred Salwey,
now of Haye Park, and The Lodge.

_^,.„js_Sa., a saltire engrailed or. Crests — A demi-Moor ppr.,
wreathed about the temj-ies arg. and sa., a belt from the sinister
shoulder to the dexter hip az. .Vr/«.,— Fiat voluntas Dei.
li^ai — The Lodge, Overton, Ludlow.



SAMPSON OF BUXSHALLS.

Sampson, Dudley Thomas IIeatley, Esq. of
Buxshalls, CO. ,'Sussex, J. P. and D.L., Licut.-Col.



17S2



SAM



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SAN



late 9th Bengal Lancers (Hodson's Horse), b. 6 Feb.
1S41 ; HI. -i May, 1S7S, Katheriue Mary, only
coild of William i)ixou Jollands, l-lsq. of Euxshalls,
and has issue,

I. Dudley de Garexciers Jollands, b. 24 May, 1SS2.
u. Xoel Carleton, 0. 2,") Dec. 1SS3.

Lineage. — This family is mentioned in Tlioroton"s Anti-
quities of ^'otts, as a very ancient one in that county. John
SAMrsoN, of South Leverton, Notts, where his family resiclecl
in the time of Queen Elizabeth, left a son,

Gilbert Sampson, of South Leverton, b. Dec. 1C51 ; d. 6
Sept. 1747, leaving a son,

Thomas Sampson, of South Leverton, 6. 1715; d. ISOl. His
son,

Thomas Sampson, b, at South Leverton, 28 May, 1753 ; ?ii. 7
Jan. 1795, Elizabeth Sutton de Garenciers, and i!. 5 Xov.
1S44, aged 92. leaving by her (whorf. 29 Sept. ISIU) a son,

Willia.m Henry Sa.mpson, Esq., late Lieut. -Col. Eifie
Brigade,))!. 14 Sept. 1S39, Emily Kichardson, of Brentwood,
Esses, and by her (who d. 4 March, 1S78} had issue, an only
child,

DcDLET Thomas Heatley, now of Buxshalls.
Lieut.-Col. Sampson d. 2ti April, 1S8G, aged S7.

5t:at— Busshalls. Lindtield, Ilaywards Heath, Sussex.



Mr. Samuda d. 27 April, 1885.

.Va(— ISruern Abbey, Chipping Norton, Oxon ; and Shipton
Court, near Burford.
Ciitbs — Itelorm and Turf.



SAMPSON OF HENBURY.

Sampson, Edwakd, Esq. of Henburv, co. Glou-
cester. M.A., J.P., and D.L., Hin;h Sheriff 1867,
High Sheriff for Bristol 1847, b.1-2 May, 1810 ; m.
12 Sept. lSo9, Bchnda, 4tli dau. of Benjamin Way,
Esq. of Dcuham Place, Bucks, and niece of Sir
John Smyth. 4tli Bart, of Ashton Court, Somerset.
Shed.s.p. isSl.

Lineage. — Edwakd Sampson, Esq., who purchased Hen-
bury Audelett 1627, was son of John Sampson, Esq., by
Martha his wife, dau. of John Burcombc, Esq. of Old Sodbury,
and fourth in descent from John Sampson, living tcnij]- Queen
Elizaleth. He m. 23 April, 1685, Mary, only dau. and heir
of Edward Long, Esq. of Olveston, co. Gloucester, and had an
only son,

John Sampson, Esq. of Henbury, High Sheriff 1726, m.
Mary, eldest dau. of Nicholas Hiel;s, Esq., an Alderman of
Bristol, and was s. by his only surviving son,

Edward Sampson, Esq. of Henbury, High Sheriff 1778, m.
31 May, 17G8, JIary, dau. of Thomas Browne, Esq. of Salper-
ton, CO. Gloucester, and was s. by his elder son,

John Sampson, Esq. of Henbury, d. unm. 12 July, 1830,
and was .s. by his only brother,

Edward Sampson, Esq. of Henbury, J. P., High SherilT
for CO. Gloucester 1838, b. 15 Aug. 1773; ru. 24 Nov. 1807,
Joanna, yi-iungcr-t dau. of George Daubeny, Esq., Senior Alder-
man of the city of Bristol, and had issue,

Edward, now of Henbury.

JIary Joanna, b. 12 Oct. 1808 ; d. 10 June, 1824.

Ariiis — Per bend or and gu., a cross-fiory between tsvo escal-
lops in bend dexter and as many billets in bend sinister, all
counterchanged. Crest — A fret or, thereon a wyvern's head
erased gu., collared and sem6e of billets or. Motto — Pejusletho
flagitium.

Heat — Henbury, Bristol, co. Gloucester.



SAMUDA OF BRUES.N ABBEY.

Samuda, Cecil D'Aguilae, Esq. of Bruern
Abbey, co. Oxford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1892, b. 22 Sept. 1849 ; m. 12 Dec. 1877, Cecile
:Mary Isabella, 2ud dau. of the late Col. Markliani,
of Becca Hall, co. York (see thai famihi), and has
issue,

Cecil Maekham Annesley, b. 9 Sept. 1^78.

Lineage. — Joseph D'Aoolar Samuda, Esq., D.L., of
Loudwater, Hert.i, M.P., rii. May, 1837, Louisa, dau. of Sam-
uel Ballin, Esq., by whom he had issue,

Cecil D'Agcilar, now of Bruern Abbey.

Arthur D'Aguilar, d. 1370.

Maria DAguilar, 5u. Col. Benthall, K.D.G., and has issue,
John Lawrence.

Augusta Joy D'Aguilar, /,). Col. 'Ward-Bennitt, 5th Lancers,
and has issue, Blanche; Evelyn.

Ada Berlha D'Aguilar.



SANDARS OF NOKTH SANDSFIELD,

Saxdars, John Drxsdale, Esq. of ISTortli
Sandsfield, Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, J. P., ca.led
to the Bar (Inner Temple) 18S6, M.A. Cam').,
late Capt. 3rd Batt. Lincolnshire Eegt., 6. 15 Dec.
1860.

Lineage. — The family of Sanders, Saunders, or Sandars,
of Sandested, and Charlwood, and Ewell, in Surrey, and Lul-
lingl.on, Caldwell, Ireton, and Mackworth, in Derbyshire, is a
very ancient one, taking its name from or giving name to the
village of Sandersted, iu Surrey, where the family was settled
before the Conquest.

In the time of Henry VI. V/illiam Sander, of Charhvood,
111. Joan, dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Carew, Esq. of Bed-
dington ; he d. 1481, she d. 1470, and both were bur. at Charl-
wood. His eldest son, who d,. v. p.

Eichard Sadnder, of Charlwood, b. U.Vi, m. .\gnes, dau. bt
— Courtcnay, Esq. He d. v. p. 1480, she d. 1485, both were
bur. at Charlwood ; they had issue,

I. Nicholas, of Charhvood, //i. 1504, Alice, dau. of William
Hingate, of Saxton, co. lork, and had ihrse sons and three
daus. ; he d. 1553, and was bur. at Charlwood. Sir Thomas
Sanders, Knt. of Charhvood, son of Nicholas, King's
Remembrancer of the Exchequer 1551-54, and High Sheriff
of Surrey 1553, d. 1563. At the inquLsitiou on his deatli he-
was possessed of large estates in Surrey and Sussex. His
descendants continued at Charlwood till 1660, when Edmond
Sanders, Esq. dying without issue, Charhvood was sold by
his .'isters, and thus the line ceased.

II. William, of Aston, 36 Henry Vlli., High.Sheriff of Surrey
1556, )/i. Elizabeth, dau. of — Mynes, and had twelve
children, one of them was

Dr. Nicholas Sanders, a zealous Roman Catholic contro-
versialist, b. 1527, educated at Winchester, Fellow ot New
Coll. Oxford, 1557, Professor of Canon Law at Oxford, and;
afterwards Regius Professor and D.L). at the Univer.sity
of Louvain. lie went from Rome to the famous Council
of Trent, in company with its President, CareUnalHosius,
with whom he also went to Poland and Lithuania. la
1570, he was sent by I'ope Gregory XIII. as apostolic
nuncio to Ireland, with a consecrated banner, to raise a
rebellion, for which purpose the King of Spain also
furnished him with troops, but in 1583 their leader, the
Earl of Desmond, being defeated. Dr. Sanders tied for his^
lite into the woods and marshes, where, subdued by cold
and hunger, he perished miserahly. He wrote De VisiOlll
MoiMichid Ecilijslir, and iweuty-two other works.

III. Thomas, of whose line we uv-'.t.
The 3rd son,

Thomas Sanders of Lullington, co. Derby, was the first that
settled in that county. He came from the wars in Klanders-
with Sir John Gresley, of Drakelow, about 1524. He m. the
heiress of Collingwood and Barton, co. StalTord, and Caldwell,
CO. Derby, and dying m 1558, was bur. at Lullington. His
son,

Thomas Sanders, of Caldwell, b. 1548, m. 1575, Alice, dau.
of HenVy Poone, and d. 1 Sept. 1627, having had eight sons and
lour daus., he was bur. at Lullington. His son,

Collingwood Sanders, Lord of the Manors of Caldwell and
Lullington, a counsellor-at-law, b. 1578 ; ra. Eliza, dau. and
heiress of Bdmund Sleigh, of Little Ireton, d. 6 May, 1653,
bur. at Caldwell, had eight sous, and three daus. The eldest
son.

Sir Thomas Sanders, Knt., b. Aug. 1610, at Caldwelly
a celebrated Roundhead Col., custos rotidorum, and three
times representative of the co. of Derby in Parliament; m.
Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Goring, Esq. of Kingston, co. Stafford,
and had issue,

I. Samuel, of whom hereafter.

II. Barton Thomas, •'. aiiia.

III. Thomas, w. Jane Cheagle, and had a son Joseph, d. unm.

IV. Isaac, d. s. p. v. lienjamin, (/. s. p.

I. Elizabeth, b. 28 Jan. 1644 ; m. W. WooUey, of London, d.
1722.

II. Mary, b. 14 Jan. 1650 ; r,i. Francis Hill. She d. Nov.
1706, and had issue.

Sir Thomas Sanders d. 1695, and w.is bur. in the Sanders
vault at Mugginton near Ireton. His eldest son,
* Samuel Sandeus, of Ireton and Coton, co. Derby, anil
Normanton and Ashby, co. Notts, b. 27 May, 1641, //(. 1st,
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and co-heirefs of Erne Araiyne, son of Sir William Armyne,
Knt. of Osgoldly, co. Lincoln, she d. June 1C74, aged 27;
Srdly, Margaret, dau. and co-heir of Sir John Tippets, Knt.
Kings Surveyor to the Navy, she d. Feb. 1742, aged 87. He
d. 16 Sept. 1C88 (his will is dated 8 Apiil, lG88j, and was
bur. in the Sanders vault at Muggiuton, co. Derby, and left
issue,

I. Thomas, d. infancy. ii. John, of whona hereafter.

III. Samuel, of Caldwell, 6. 1686, was made heir to his father
and grandfather, he m. his cousin Esther Woolley, he
organized a company of Volunteers in 1748, against the
Pretender, and d. 1740, leaving an only dau., Elizabeth,
who d. unm. The Derbyshire estates passed into the
families of Howe, Mortimer, etc., by marriage or devise.

I. Elizabeth, heiress to her mother, m. John Mortimer, Esq.

II. Mary, m. James Howe, Barrister-at-Law, and grandfather
of the famous Lord Howe.

II. Judith, living 1750, m. Eobert Ashurst, Esq. of Castle
Heddingham, co. Esses.

The 2nd son,

John Sandabs, Esq. of Mackworth, co. Derby, h. 7 Apnl,
1684; d. 1786, aged 101. By Anne, his wife (who d. 1750) he
had issue,

I. John, of whom presently.

II. Thomas, of Ireton, co. Derby, h. 1732.

III. Samuel, b. 1135, d. an infant.

IV. Samuel, h. 1744, d. 1824.
1. Mary, (/. an infant.

The eldest son,

.John Sandars, Esq. of Mackworth, h. 1729; d. 1800, having
had issue,

I. John, h. 9 July, 1751 ; in. Mary, dau. of Joshua Calver,
Fsq. of Caldwell, and d. 1817, having had issue, 1 John, 2
Erancis, 1 Elizabeth, 2 Mary.

II. Joseph, of Derby, b. 1752; Mi. Elizabeth Blakeman, and
d. 1842, having had,

1 Joseph, of Liverpool, and of Taplow House, co. Bucks,
"The father of railways,"' tZ. 1857, leaving an only son
and heir, Joseph, of Taplow, D.L. co. Bucks, and M.l'.
for Yarmouth from 1848 to 1»52 ; b. 1821, graduated M.A.
at Downing College, Cambridge ; tu. 16 July, J850, Lady
Virginia Frances Zcrlina Taylour, youngest dau. of
Thomas, 2iid Marquess of Headfort, and had issue.

2 Samuel, of Lockers House, co. Herts: m. Mary^ dau. and
co-heir of E. J. Collett, Esq., M.P., and had issue four
sons and six daus.

III. William, b. 1757. iv. Cornelius. v. James.
VI. Samuel, of whom presently.

I. Mary, b. 30 Aug. 1761.

The youngest son,

Samdel Sandars, Esq. of Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, 6. Aug.
1763 ; rii. Oct. 1793, Jane, dau. of John Marshall, Esq. of East
Stockwith, CO. Lincoln, and d. at Gainsborough, 1835, having
had issue,

I. Edward, of whom presently.

It. Samuel, 6. 1798, d.s.p. in. John, b. 1802, d.s.p.

IV. George, of Chesterford Park, co. Essex, M.P., b. 2 Oct.
1805; m. 1st, Maiy, dau. of George Neden, Esq. of Ard-
wick, CO. Lancaster; and '2ndly, Arabella, eldest dau. of
George Walker, Esq. of Cambridge Square, London, and d.
1879. By his first wife he had issue,

1 Samuel, of Chalfont Grove, Chalfont St. Giles, co. Bucks,
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