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Lieut.-Gen. R.E., Chair-



1792



SAR



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SAR



man of Board of Works, Ireland, 1S84, b. 22 March,
lS2y ; e-ti-red Madras Ensiiieers 1846, and attained
the rank of Lieut.-Gen. (retired) 1SS4 ; served in Indian
Mutiny campaign (modal with clasp?, and recommended
for V.C ) : HI. ist, 185S, Sophia Jlary, dan. of 'William
Henry Bensun, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, and by her
(who d. 2G Oct. 1SS2) has surviving issue, two daus.
He )ii. 2ndly, 1S90, Henrietta, dau. of the late Pierse
Crcagh, Esq. of O'Briens Castle, co. Clare.
Eleanor. )/i. Sackville Peane llaniiltou, Esq. of Beech-
mount, CO. Cork, and if. 1870. He .'. 30 July, 1878.
Marianne, m. May, 1S44, John M. Abbott, Esq., and has

issue.
Eliza Villiers.

Grace Jane, m. Capt. Benson, Madras Army, and d. 16
Aug. 1S73, having had issue.
2 William, JI..V., 7)i. Sophia, Jan. of Robert Mulock,
Comptroller-Gen. of the Stamp Office, and had issue,
William Henry Villiers. Eobert Stephen Villiers.

Anna Sophia. Maria Sarah.

Hannah Elizabeth, m. John Roe, Esq. of Kockwcll.
Mary Anne.
The eldest son and heir,

Jacob Sasket, Esq. of Coolinorc (whose will, dated 1783,
was proved 1784^, m. 17G8, Mary Elizabeth Caldwell, of Dublin,
sister of Admiral Sir Benjamin Caldwell, and had issue,
Matthtw Villiehs, his heir ; Charles ; Jacob ; Andrew Ilierom,
Capt. 67th Foot, killed in Spain 1814; Benjamin d. s. j;. ;
Anne ; Eliza, m. Benjamin Bcnyon, Esq., M.P. for Stafford ;
and Catherine. The eldest son,

Matthew Villiebs Sanket, Esq. of Coolmore, m. Sept.
IV92, Mary Amelia, sister of Major Elrington, Major of the
Tower of London, and by her (who d. 1836) had issue,
Matthew Villiers, of Coolmore, ra. Anne, dau. of Samuel
Perrv. Esq. of Woodroffc, co. Tipperary, but d. s. p. 1837.
John Henry, H.E.I.C.S., d. unm.
Jacob, of Coolmore.
Mary Elizabeth Anne, m. Edward Galwey, Esq., son of

Ven. ■\VilJiain Galwey, Archdeacon of Cashel.
Ellenor Jane. Catherine, m. llev. James Morton.

Dorothea.

Mr. Sankey d. 1815, and was s. by his son,

Jacob Hiebom Sanket, Esq., of Coolmore, Tipperary, J. P.,
Capt. E.N., 6. 23 July, 1807 ; m. 8 Feb. 1844, Melita Anne, only
dau. of Capt. Gawen William Rowan Hamilton, R.N., C.B., of
Killyleagh Castle, co. Down, and had issue,

I. Matthew Villiers Elrington, now of Coolmore.

I. Catherine Amelia, m. July, 1865, David, 2nd son of David
Hart, Esq. of The Park, Leytonstone, Essex.

II. Mary Elizabeth, m. 12 June, 1867, J. Barnett Barker,
Esq., late Capt. 75th Eegt.

III. Evelyn Grace, m. Kev. W. Smyly, M.A.
Capt. Sankey d. 1881.

Anns— Arg., on a bend sa. three salmon of the field. Crest —
A cubit arm vested sa., cuffed arg., holding a salmon ppr.
il/o((o— Sancta clavis coih fides.

Siat — Coolmore, Fethard, co. Tipperary.



SARSFIELD OF DOUGHCLOYNE.

Saesfield, Thomas Eoxayne, Esq. of Dough-
clojne, CO. Cork, J. P., Capt. 3rd Batt. Eoyal
Minister Fusiliers, b. 13 April, 1SG2 ; educated at
Cheltenham and at Exeter College.

Lineage. — The first of the family of Sarsfield who went
to Ireland was Thomas de Sarsfield, " Premier porte bannifere
du Eoi Henbt II." a.d. 1172.

The titles of Earl of Lucan, Viscount KilmallocU, and pre-
mier baronet of Ireland were borne by different branches of
the family. The Sabsfields of Sarsfield Court, from whom
the Doughcloyne line, of which we treat, directly descends,
twice forfeited their estates; first, under Cromwell, but were
reinstated at the Restoration, and again, under William III.,
having taken an active and conspicuous part in the cause of
James II.

DAvro DE S.vBSFiELD, wlio, beforc 1300, possessed the manors
of Glynnian and Calysil, was ancestor of

GEOrrsET Sarsfield, vi. Jeanie Martyn, and acquired with
her large estates near Cork, and the fishery called Tully
Calvy. He was father of Thomas SABSFiELD,whose son, Edmdnd
Sarsfield, is mentioned in the will of Peter "Sarchell." He
had two sons,

William, of whose line presently.

Thomas, ancestor of the Sabsfields, Viscounts Kilmal-

LOCK.

The elder son,

William Saesffeld, had two sons, Thomas and James,
whose son, Patrick, was ancestor of a branch of the family



settled at Johnstown. The former, Thomas Sarsfield, pre-
sented to the Rectory of Glanman in 1582. He was father of
William Sarsfield, mentioned in the settlements of Sars-
field Court 14 Oct. 1620. This William had (with younger
issue) a son, Thomas Sarsfield, living in 1633, who was
father of

DoMiNicK Sarsfield, who obtained a decree 23 July, 1636,
to be re-established in possession of Sarsfield Court, Tempulo-
sky, and other lands, which had been confiscated by Crom-
well, and, 3 July, 1681, letters patent to execute the decree.
His son,

DoMiNicK Sarsfield, Esq. in. Catherine Ronayne, and had
three sons, Dominick, d. num. in 1767 ; Philip, of whom pre-
sently ; and Edmond, Col. of the Irish Brigade, d. unm. in
France. The 2nd son,

Thomas Sarsfield, Esq. of Doughcloyne, to. Mary Roynaye,
and had an elder son,

Dominick Ronatne Sarsfield, Esq. of Doughcloyne, m. Jan.
1793, Mary Bruce, only dau. of James BonweU, Esq. of Cork,
and Mary Bruce his wife, and had issue,

Thomas Eonaine, of Doughcloyne.

James, d. unm.

Dominick, Karrister-at-Law, d. 1866.

Philip, ?H. the dau. of Daniel Egan, Esq,, and had one son

and two daus., d. 1868.
Ma)7, m. WUliam Hastings Greene, of Lota, co. Cork, d.

1872.

The eldest son,

Thomas Ronatne Sarsfield, Esq. of Doughcloyne, J. P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1849, 6. 10 Deo. 1793 ; m. 20 May, 1820,
Angelina, dau. (by Abigail Evans his wife) of the Rev,
William Stopford, Rector of Garrycloyne, cousin of the Earl of
Courtown, and by her had issue,

Dominick Eonatne Patrick, of Doughcloyne.

Abigail Joseph Anne. Angelina Maria.

Mr. Sarsfield d. 1 Oct. 1865, and was s. by his son,

Dominick Ronatne Patrick Sarsfield, Esq. of Doughcloyne,
J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1878, late Capt. North Cork Rifles,
6. 9 Sept. 1828; m. 17 June, 1858, Mary Anne Elizabeth
Helena, dau. of James de la Cour, Esq. of Mallow, by Hen-
rietta Georgiana his wife, dau. and co-heir of James Lombard,
Esq. of Lombardstown, co. Cork (who was killed in action,
when a Major in command of a wing of the North Cork
Militia, 1798), and had issue,

1. Thomas Ronatne, his heir.

It. James de la Cour, b. 20 Sept. 1864.

HI. William Stopford, h. 23 Feb. 1868.

I. Henrietta Georgina Lombard.

II. Angelina Stopford.

III. Mary Elizabeth Annie Helena.

IV. Annie Becher de la Cour.

V. Octavia Violet Angelina.

VI. Helena Rose Sophia. vii. Flora Patricia.
VIII. Ethel Hyacinth Mary Josepha.

Capt. Sarsfield d. 1892.

Arms—Vbx pale gu. and arg , a fleur-de-lis of the second
and sa. Crest — A leopard's face or. Motto — Virtus noa
vertitur.

&at— Doughcloyne, Cork.



SARTORIS OF ABBOTSWOOD,

Sartoeis, Alfeed, Esq. of Abbotswood, co.
Gloucester, J.P. for cos. Berks and Gloucester,
High Sheriff of latter co. 1886, late Capt. 7th
Hussars, b. 13 Dec. 1836 ; m. 28 Oct. 1856, Hon.
Mary Frances, 3rd dau. of William, 6th Viscount
Barrington, and has issue,

I. Francis Charles, h. 18 Aug. 1857, late Lieut. 7th Royal
Fusiliers.

II. Leonard, h. 13 Feb. 1860; m. 1890, Gertrude, dau. of the
late Hon. Sir Adolphus Frederic Octavius Liddell, K.C.B.
(see Borke's Peerage, Eavensworth, E.), and has issue.

III. Lionel Charles George, b. 22 Feb. 1863.

IV. Maurice William Urban, h 8 March, 1868.

Liineagre. — Ubdan Sabtohis, of Seeaux Park, near Paris,
m. 1814, Matilda, dau. of Edward Rose Tunno, Esq. of Warn-
ford Park, and d. 1832, having had issue,

Edwabd John, of Warnford Park, Hants, J.P. cos. Carmar-
then and Hants, M.P. for Carmarthen 186b to 1S74, i!;. 1»17;
m. 1842, Adelaide, eldest dau. of Charles Kemble, Esq., and
d. 1888, having by her (who d. 1879), had issue,

I. Grevillo Edward, late 11th Hussars, el. 1873.

II. Algernon Charles Frederick, of Wars.ish House,
Tiehtield, Hants, J.P. co. Carmarthen, b. Isol ; m. laJ4,



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THE LANDED GENTRY.



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1793



Ellen Wrcnsliall, tlau. of Gen. Ulysses Grant, ex-rresident
of the United States, and d. 1893.
I. May, m. W. Henry Gordon, Esq.

Frederick Urban, of Kusliden Hall, co. Northampton, J.P.,
HiKh Sheriff 18.56, b. 1819: m. 1843, Mary, dau. of Kev.
Joseph Pratt, Rector of Paston, near Peterborough, and
had 1 Frederick Maitland, Second Secretary at Paris, b.
1844, d. unm. 1883; 2 Herbert, of Weekly, Northants,
J.P.; 1 Madeleine; 2 Edith; 3 Evelyn.

Alfked, of Abbotswood.

Jules Alexandre, m. Miss Lyster, and d. 1863, leaving three
daus.

Charles, of Wilcote, co. Oxford, J. P., Hich Sheriff 1872, 6.
16 Oct. 1^2.^; m. 16 Sept. 1862, Mary IR-rmione, 2nil dau.
of James Henry Callander, Esq. of Ardkin<;lass and Craig-
forth, by his 1st wife, the Hon. Jane Erskine, and d. lSs4.

Eliza, m. the Marquis de I'Aigle.

jSeaJ— Abbotswood, co. Gloucester.

Totcn Re.<i(ience— 11, Cadogan Place, S.W.

Club — Travellers.



SASSOON OF ASHLEY PARK.

Sassoox, Joseph, Esq. of Ashley Park, co.
Surrey, J.P., b. 31 Dec. 1855; m. 19 Nov. 1884,
Louise, eldest dau. of Baron Horace de Gunzburg,
of St. Petersburg, and lias issue,

Sassoon, 6. 6 Sept. 1885.
David, b. 11 March, 1SS8.
Hannah, 6. 4 Feb. 1887.

liineag'e. — David Sassoon, of Bombay, East Indies,
Merchant and Banker, 6. 1793, at Bagdad, naturalised at
Bombay, ?». 1st, 1808, Hannah, dau. of Abdallah Joseph,
of Bagdad, and by her who d. 1826 (buried at Bagdad) had
issue,
I. Albert Abdallah, created a Baronet (see Bcbke's Peer-
age>.

u. Elias, b. at Bagdad 27 March, 1820 ; to. 1840, Leah, dau.
of Moses Gubbay, of Bombay, and by her (who d. 1 May,
1878) had issue, six sons, and three daus. He d. at Colombo,
Ceylon, 21 March, 1880.

I. Mazaltor, b. at Bagdad, 1816 ; vi. 1830, Ezra Silas Sassoon,
and d. 1844, leaving fn only son, Silas, 6. at Bagdad 27 Kov.
1842, m. at Pooua, 23 JSov. 1866, MozeUe, dau. of Meyer
Moses.

II. Amam, h. at Bagdad, 22 Jan. 1823; m. 1839, Meyer
Moses, and by him who (X. at Bombay 16 April, 1881, had
issue, seven sons, and three daus. She rf. 18 -May, Isso.

Mr. David Sassoon, to. 2ndly, 1828, Farha, dau. of Furraj
Hyeem, of Bagdad, and by her (who d. at Brighton 14 Jan.
1886, buried in London) had further issue,

III. Sassoon, of whom presently.

IV. Keuben, h. at Bombay, 1 Jan. 1835; to. 1853, Kate, dau.
of Daried Ezekiel, of Poona, and had issue, one son and
five daus., David, 6. 27 July. 1867; Piachel Bicarda, 6.
Hong Kong, 14 March, 1860 ; Luna, b. at Poona, 18 June,
1866; TO. 7 Nov. 1883, Maurice, only son of Elias Gubbay,
of Calcutta, and has issue, a son and a dau., MozeUe, b. 19
May, 1»69; Flora Cecilia, b. 20 July, 1870; and Louise
Judith, b. 13 April, 1873.

V. Arthur Abraham, 6. at Bombay, 25 May, 1840; in. at
Trieste, 19 Jan. Is73, Eugenie Louise Judith, dau. of the late
Achille Perugia, of Trieste.

VI. Aaron, h. at Bombay 22 Oct. 1841.

vii. Solomon (twin with Aaron), m. 29 Feb. 1876, Flora, dau.
of E. J. Abraham, of Bumbaj', and has issue with a son
David, 6. 8 Oct. 1880, two daus., Piachael, 6. at Bombay 17
May, 1877, and Mozelle, b. at Bombay, 5 Nov. 1884.

viii. Frederick, b. at Bombay, 1 May, 1853.

III. Kate, b. at Bombay, 13 Dec. 1844 ; m. 9 Jan. 1859, Solo-
mon Ezekiel, and has issue, 1 Jacob, b. at Poona, 9 June,
1860; 2 Edward, b. at Hong Kong, 19 Sept. 1868; 3 David,

I b. at Hong Kong, 29 Aug. 1870, d. at Portsmouth, 26 April,

1882; 4 Ernest, b. in London, 27 Jan. 1876; 1 Flora, b. in
Bombay, 26 Jlarch, 1867 ; 2 Rachel, b. in London, 4 July
1872 ; and 3 Etliel, 6. in London, 30 Jan. 1878.

IV. Rebecca, 6. at Bombay 16 July, 1847 ; m. at Poona, 22
, Nov. 1866, Shellim Ezekiel Shellim, and has issue, Eddie,
I 6. 1 Sept. 1869 ; David Sassoon, b. at Bombay, 29 Nov. 1877 ;

Kate, b. at Bombay, 12 May, 1868; to. 12 Aug. 1885, Abra-
ham J. Uavid, and has issue, two sons, Evelyn David, b. at
Bombay, 10 July, 1866, Meyer Archibald, 6. at Hong Kong,
1887 ; and Flora, 6. 28 Jan. 1876.

rhe third son,

Sassoon Sassoon, Esq. of Ashley Park, 'Walton-on-Thames,
Surrey, b. at liombay, Aug. 1832, m. 17 Feb. 1850, Flora, dau.
of Soloman Reuben, of Bagdad, and had issue,

I. Joseph, now of Ashley Park.

II. Alfred Kzra, of Weirleigh, Brenchley, Kent, 6. in London,
20 June, 1861 ; m. 30 Jan. 1884, Theresa Georgina, dau. of
Thomas Tnornycrolt, Esq. of Londo.i, and has issue,

II.



Michael Thornycroft, b. 14 Oct. 18S4.
Sieufried Lorai'ne, b. 8 Sept. 1886.
Hauso Watts, b. 4 Aug. 1887.
III. Frederick Meyer, 6. l.'i July, 1S62.

I. Rachel, b. at Bombay, 7 April, 18.')8 ; to. at London, 4 .\ug.
1887, Frederick Beer, Esq. of 14, Strattoa Street, Picca-
dilly, W.

Mr. Sassoon d. in London, 23 June 1807.

Seat — Ashley Park, Walton-on-Thames.
Club — Reform.



SAUNDERS OF DOWN'S HOUSE.

Satjxdees, Cecil Roy, Esq. of Downs House,
Hants, F. E. Stat. Society, h. 1854 ; s. his father
1876.

Lineage. — John Saunders, Esq. of Downs House,
Hants, m. 1799, Margaret Stratton, and d. 1832, leaving by
her, a son,

Andrew Saunders, Esq. of Downs House, 6. 1806 ; educated
at Winchester and Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1830; m. 27
May, 1843, at All Saints' Church, Southampton, Maria, eldest
dau. of Lieut.-Col. William Forrest, H.E.I.C.S. of Charlton
(whose son, Capt. Forrest, of Winchester, is Chief Constable
of Hants), and grand-dau. of Dr. James Carmichael Smyth,
Physician Extraordinary to George III. (he was acknowledged
heir to the Barony of Carmichael, created 1647, by the last
Earl of Hyndford (see Bubke's Peerage and Baronetage Car-
michael, Bart.), and by her (who d. 1873) had issue,

I. Andrew George, Lieut. 84th Regt., d. 21 June, 1867.

II. William Stratton, Lieut. 5th Fusiliers, d. 26 May, 1866.

III. Cecil Rot, now of Downs House.

IV. Archibald Carmichael.

I. Alicia Emily, to. 187i, Alfred Poynder, Esq. of Moira
Place, Southampton, who d. Is88. She ra. 2ndly, 1891,
Henry Taylor, Esq. of Alcester House, Nottingham.

II. Isabella Fanny, to. 1879, Col. Alexander Hoycs, late
109th Regt., and has issue, John Alexander Stratton, and
Constance Mary.

III. Eva Maria, iit. July, 1870, Lieut.-Col. George Lynedoch
Carmichael {see Burke's Peerage. Carmichael, Bart.), late
95th Regt., Chief Constable of Worcestershire. She d. 10
April, 1871, leaving a son, Evylyn George Massey, b. 1871.

IV. Georgiana Caroline, d. 19 April, 18-6.

V. Augusta Margaret, m 1892, John Wiblin, Esq., F'.P..C.S.,
of The Hermitage, Clewer, Berks.

Mr. Saunders d. 1870.

Scat — Downs House, Eling, near Southampton.



SAUNDERS OF WENNINGTON HALL.

Saundeks, Charles Morlet, Esq. of Wenning-
ton Hall, CO. Lancaster, J. P. cos. Lancaster, and West-
morland, and for West Biding of York, late Capt.
1st Koyal Lancashire Militia, b. 3 Oct. 1851 ; m.
4 Jan. 1881, Mary Moore, dau. of the late William
Irving, Esq. of Overtown, co. Lancaster, and has
issue,

I. William Morlet, h. 18 March, 1883.

II. Charles Francis Morley, b. 11 Aug. 1889.

I. Dorothy Mary, d. an infant, 15 Jime, 1886.
Lineage. —From the earliest records we learn that Wen-
nington Hall, together with the Manor of Wennington, was
held by a family of the name of Morley. At a period ante-
cedent to the time of Edward IL, William de Wennington was
in possession of this estate, which, about 4 Edward III. (1330),
passed to the family of Morley on the marriage of Margaret,
only dau. and heir of Gilbert de Wennington, with Richaid de
Merley or Morley, of Great and Little Morley, co. Lancaster.
The property remained in the possession of the Morleys until
1673, when, on their removal to Beamsley Hall, in the West
Riding of Yorkshire, it was sold to the Marsdens of Gisburn.
It was subsequently purchased by

Richard Saunders, Esq. of Fair Lawn, co. Lancaster, h. 18
April, 1764, eldest son of William Saunders, Esq. and Eliza-
beth Rudd his wife. Mr. Saunders m. 28 April, 1808, .\nna
JIaria, dau. of John Leaper-Newton, Esq. of Mickleover
Hall, CO. Derby, and by her (who d. 1868) had issue,
William Allen Francis, of Wennington Hall.
Anna Maria Alice, ra. Rev. Cliaries Hesketh, Rector of
North Meols, and Meols Hall, brother of Sir P. He.-kelh
Fleetwood, Bart., of Rossall Hall, and had issue, 1 Bold
Fleetwood, d. an infant ; 2 Edward Fleetwood, J. P. for co.
Lancaster; 1 Anna JIaria Emily, m. J. Bibby, Esq. of Hart
Hill : 2 Adelaidf, m. G. Robertson, Esq.; 3 Debonnaiie, m.
W. Maclnroy, Esq. of Lude, co. Perth ; 4 Caroline Sumner,
deceased.

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Mr. Sannders d. IS April, isr)4, ami was s. hy his ?on,

William Alli:.\ Feascis SArxDKns, Ksq. of Wcnnington
H;ill, Lancastcv, ami Black Toninj;ron, Dovon, J. P. and D.L.
for CO. Lancaster, High Sheriff 1S02, and J.P. for Westmor-
land and West Eiding of York, b. 22 Aug. ISIS; m. 30 Dec.
1S41, Dorothy, dau. of Josias Worley, Esq. of Bcanisley Hall,
West Hiding, and Marrick Park, North Hiding, co. York, and
tiy her ^who d. Feb. lS74)had issue,

I. Frances Morley, d. an infant S Ang. 1S50.

II. Chakles Moklet, now of Wenniugtou Hall.

III. Clervaux Morley, of Bovacott, North Devon, J.P. for
Devon, b. 16 Juno, 1SS4; »i. o Jan. 1S77, Eleanor Frances,
eldest dan. of the late Edward Wilberforee Unwin, Esq. of
Forest Lodge, Hants, and has, Clervaux Leslie Morley, b.
1ST7, and Francis Southouse Morley, b. 1S79.

IV. George Morley, Capt. 2nd Batt. Diuhani Light Infantry,
6. S Sept. 1S55 ; m. 19 Jan. 1S82, Constance Mary, eldest
dau. of George Henry Wakefield, Esq. of Church Stile
House, Wavertree, co. Lancaster, and has issue, Alan
Morley.

I. Eleanor Jane, m. 1S74, Rev. Charles Stead Hope, Vicar of
Holy Trinity, Soutliport, and has four daus., Dorothy
Eleanor, Kosamond Frances, Mary Florence, and Margaret
Anne.

II. F'rances Debonuaire.

m. Adeline Cleere, d. 12 Jan. 1854.
Mr. Saunders </. 5 Nov. 1879.

Arms — Per chevron arg. and .sa., three elephants' heads
erased counterchanged. Crest— An elephant's head erased
;u'g. Motto — Spes inea in Deo.

.S'fdf— Wennington Hall, near Lancaster.

tYi(6— Jimior United Service.



SAUNDERS or 3ATJNDEES GROVE.

Sauxdees, Eobekt Joseph Pratt, Esq. of
Saunders Grove, co. Wieklow, J.P. and D.L. co.
Wicklow, and J.P. co. Kildare, Iligli Sheriff co.
Wieklow 1S78, Col. Commanding the Mid-Ulster
-ii-tillery, Lieut. E.A. from 1850 to 1868, b. 15
Jan. 18-il ; s. his father April, 1S71, and was ap-
pointed, 1876, Aide-de-Camp to his Grace the
Duke of Marlborough, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland.

Lineage.— This is a branch of the family of Pendred,
long resident in co. Northampton, which settled in Ireland
terdp. William III. Through an heir of the family of
Saun'debs they acquired estates in the cos. of Wieklow and
Kildare, and adopted the surname of Saunders (see Saunders
o/ Larijav).

William Pendred, Esq., jn. Catherine, dau. of Roger Beetch
or Beshe (by JIary Anne Butterfield his wife, and granddau.
of Roger Beshe, of Harnden, co. Northampton, by Sarah his
wife, dau. of Roger Garndun, of Warnton, in same co.), and
sister of George Beetch, Esq. of Hroghillstown, co. Carlow,
which George Beetch, by his will, dated 2G Jan. 1G99, bequeathed
Broghill.stown to his brother-in-Law, and in two years after
assigned to him and Katherine his wife, Harnden, co. North-
ampton, in consideration of £500. The issue of this marriage
were a dau. Elizabeth, m. 16 Jan. 1696, William Buubury, Esq.
of Lisnevagh, co. Carlow, and a son,

William Pendrkd, Esq. of Broghillstown, who purchased
lands in the barony of Talbotstown, co. Wieklow, by deeds of
15 Oct. .and .OONov. 1719, and lands in the Barony of Rathvilly,
CO. Carlow, by deed of 24 Deo. 1723. He m. Elizabeth Cham-
ney, and d.. 1735, leaving is.sue,

I. William, of Broghillstown, h. 1709; m. 15 July, 1739,
Lttiiia, dau. of Hector Vaughan, Esq. of Golden Grove,
King's CO., and rf. 15 Oct. 1753, leaving (with four daus.,
1 Letitia, whose will, dated 26 June, 1765, was proved
4 Nov. 1771: 2 Wilhelmina; 3 Bridget (.■\[rs. Sadlier) ;
4 Martha, in. Jan. 1777, Cornelius lleldon, Esq. of Dublin)
two sons,

1 William, of Broghillstown, m. (settlements dated 12
May, 1770;, jVnne, dau. of Love Thalt, Esq. of Dublin,
and rf. s. p.

2 'Vaughan, of Brookfield, Blackrock, co. Dublin, b. 1762:
7/1. 1st, Miss Charlotte Jones, of Tancredstown, co. Jlcath,
sister of F'rederick Jones, lessee of Crowe Street Theatre,
Dublin, and had by her, with an elder son, Frederick,
who d. aged 17, and two daus., Frances and Letitia, a
son,

Vaughan, ra. Sarah, dau. of John Hamilton Weldon,

Esq. of Knock and Gravelmount, co. Meath, by Mary,

his wife, dau. of Thumas Taylour Rowley, Esq., and

by her (who d. 3 Jan. 1884) had issue,

1 Vaughan Pendred, representative of the family,

■ill. Marian, dau. of James Meade Loughnan, Es(i. of

Crohill, J.P. CO. Kilkenny, by whom he has, i.



Vaughan ; n. Loughnan St. Lawrence ; iii. Berthou
Fleming ; and i. Charlotte Berthon.

2 Hamilton Weldon. 3 William Molesworth.
4 Jlorley Edward.

1 Mary, d. %mm. 1 Charlotte, d. unin^

3 Eleanor Saunders, d. unm.

He m. 2ndly, Rosetta, dau. of Thomas Byder, patentee of
the Theatre Royal, Dubhn, and d. 1837, leaving by he»
one son,

John, executor to his father's will.
11. George, of whom hereafter.

I. Sarah, d. unm. ; her will was proved 2 July, 1800.

II. Martha, d. unm. ; will dated 3 Nov. 1779, proved 1 Jan.
1788.

III. Elizabeth, m. June, 1718, Jonathan Naylor, Gent, of
Baltinglass.

IV. Katherine, m. Walter Murray, Esq.

V. Mary, m. Sept. 1733, John Scott, Esq. of Ballygannon, co.
Wieklow.

Mr. Pendred's will, dated 16 March, 1735, was proved 6 Jan.
1736. His 2nd son,

George Pendred, Esq. of Saundei-s Grove, co. Wieklow,
was High Sheriff for that co. 1735. He Hi. Cordelia, dau. and
heir of Morley Saunders, Esq. of Saunders Grove, LL.D.,
Second Serjeant-at-Arms, by whom he had three sons and one
dan..



I. Morley.
I. Avis.



II. Joseph.



in. William.



George Pendred d. 24 April, I74I. His eldest son,

Morley Pendred, Esq. of Saunders Grove, 6. 1724, having-
inherited his mother's property, adopted the surname of
Saunders. He was High Sheriff co. Wieklow 1788 ; m. Lady
Martha Stratford, dau. of John, 1st Earl of Aldborough, and
had, with other daus.,

I. MoRLET, his heir.

II. John Stratford, Lieut.-Gen. in the army, m. Jan. 1822,
Jane, dau. of Alexander Mark Bloxham, of Dublin, and
had issue,

1 John Stratford, an Officer in the 56th Regt., b. 5 April,
1824; d. unm. Dec. 1854,

2 Jloiiey Caulfleld, an Officer in the 12th Regt., m. Miss-
Henrietta Howard, and has issue, five sons, Morley,
Charles, John, Stratford, Arthur, and three daus.,
Grace, Florence, Lucy.

1 Martha Elizabeth Jane, m. Mark Taylor, Esq.

I. Martha Louisa, m. John Lloyd Williams, Esq. of
Gwernant, co. Cardigan.

II. Delia Sophia, in. Rev. Meade Swift, alias Dennis.
The eldest son,

Morley Saunders, Esq. of Saunders Grove, J. P., m., .Tune,
1737, Ellen Katherine, dau. and heir of James Glascock, Esq.
of Music Hall, eo. Dublin, and tiy her (who d. 20 Sept, 1839>
had issue,

I. Morley John Stratford, d. vn,n. 1809.

II. Robert Francis, who s. his father.

III. Edward Henry Conyngham, a Midshipman on board Sir
Michael Seymour's frigate, the "Neiman," killed by the
captain of an American prize (the " Purse "), with whicli
he was sent home as Prize-master, Nov. I8U.

IV. James Thomas Conolly (Rev.), m. II Dec. 1828, Augusta.
Sophia, dau. of John Lloyd Williams, Esq. of Gwernant,
CO. Cardigan, and d. Aug. 1888, leaving issue,

1 Morley Benjamin (Rev.), b. 6 Jan. 1830 ; m. 26 May, I860,.
Maria F'rend.

1 Louisa Emily, m. 12 Jan. 1860, Thomas Tickell, Capt.
R.N.

2 Ellen Oliver, vi. 17 Feb. 1863, John 0. H. N. Oliver,
Deputy-Coramissioner at Sirsa, in the Punjaub, India.

3 Augusta Catherine, m. 19 July, 1860, James A. M. M.
Biggs, H.E.I.C.S.

v. Albert Wingfield, Ensign 80th Regt., killed .at Vittoria.

I. Katherine Martha, m. Thomas Stratford Dennis, Esq. of
F'ort Granite, co. Wieklow, and d. 1825.

II. Ellen, d. unm. 1877.

III. Charlotte Hannah Maria, d. unm. 1873.

Mr. Saunders d. 25 March, 1825, and was s. by his eldest sur-
viving son,

lioBERT Francis Saunders, Esq. of Saunders Grove, co.
Wieklow, J.P. andD.L., High Sheriff of the co. 1822, served
with tlie 67th Regt. in the Peninsula (for which he received
medal and clasps) and with the 68th in North America, rn.
4 Feb. 1840, Elizabeth Martha, 3rd dau. of Joseph Pratt, Esq.
of Cabra Castle, co. C:wan, and had issue,

I. RoiiERT Joseph Pratt, his successor.

II. Harloven .Morley, late Lieut.-Col. 58th Regt., b. 10
Dec. 1842; rn. '2.1 April, 1882, Jane Georgiaa Janet, dau, of
Walter TurnbuU, Esq. of Fenwick, co. Roxburgh.



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