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has issue.
Eleanora, m. Major F. Bernard Sweeny.
Charlotte, m. Capt. Stuart.
Michael Lewis d. 1824. His 2nd son,

LiEUT.-CoL. Arthur Gambell Lewis, D.L. and J.P., High
Sheriff of Monaghan 1847, and Longford 1854, 6. 7 Dec. 1790;
m. 1st, 1820, Hester, 2nd dau. of Richard Westenra, Esq. of
Rutland Square, Dublin, uncle of the 2nd Lord Uossmore, by
whom (who d. 1S37; he had issue, Maurice Peppard Warren,
LL.D., 6. 1821; d. v.nm. 1865. He m. 2ndly, 1841, Henrietta,
relict of the Hon. Richard Westenra, 2nd son of the 2nd Lord
Kossmore, and only child and heir of Henry Owen Scott, Esq.
of Scotstown, CO. Monaghan, by Olivia his wife, 2nd dau. and
co-heir of John Owen, Ei?q. of Raconnell, near Monaghan, by
whom (who d. 1860) he had, Henry Owen, now of Inniskeen
and Seatown. Col. Lewis, who had served in the 68th Regt.,
and was subsequently Lieut. -Col. of the Monaghan Militia, d.
22 Sept. 1869.

Anns — Sa., a chevron erm. between three spear-heads arg. a
crescent gu. Crest — Gut of a ducal coronet a plume of live
ostrich feathers gu. and az. charged with a chevron or, thereon
a crescent gu. ilotw — Bidd Liu Hebb Llydd.

S'.at — Inniskeen, Monaghan. licddence — 62, Lancaster Gate,
Hyde Park.


Lewis, David Jones, Esq. of Gilfacli and
Llwjncelyn, co. Carmarthen, IJarrister-at-Law of
the Middle Temple (Mich. 1873), and of the Sontli
Wales Circuit, educated at Llandovey, Shrews-
bury, and the Univ. of London, b. 17 July, 18-lS ;
m. 1867, Elizabeth Marianne, only child of the
late Eev. Henry Jones Davis, Vicar of Conwil
Gaio with Llansawyl, co. Carmarthen, and J.P. for
same co., and by her has issue,

I. David Lancelot Henri Jones, b. 1868 : educated .at
Westminster, and Ch. Ch. Oxon, B.A.

II. Elydyr Alwyn Awbrey ab Gwylyni, b. 1882.

Jlr. Le^vvis is a Magistrate for co. Carmarthen.

Lineage.— This family claim to be descended from Owen
Gethin, grandson of Cbadoc ab Gwilym of Glyntawe, who
lived in King John's reign.

David Htwel of Pen-y-rhiw Llanddausant, co. Carmar-
then, was father of

Lewis David, of Pant Hywel, in Llanddausant, who r.i.
Elizabeth, dau. of Rhys Price, of Erynchwyth Gwynfe, co.
Caermarthen, derived in the female line from a branch of
the Awbreys of Coedmawr, and dying 16 Feb. 1745, left with a
d.iu. Jane, m. to John Rhys Morris, two sons, David, his heir ;
and Rhys, accidentally killed. The elder son,

David Lewis, of Pant Hywel; ra. 15 Jan. 1738, Anne, dau.
of Rhys Llewelyn, of Llywel, co. Brecon, and by her, who d.
in 1785, had issue, Lewis ; Rhys, a clergyman, d at Usk, s. p. ;
John, of Pen-y-crug, who w. Elinor, dau. of John Jones, Esq. ;
Xhomas^of Neath, rf. M'/uu. 9 Oct. 1791; Magdalen, m. Owen
Bowen, Cwmydw, Myddfai, co. Carmarthen; Elizabeth, m.
David Erans, of Llansadwrn, co. Carmarthen; Anne, m.
Gryffydd ilorgan, of Clynhir. Llandeilo, Tal-y-bont ; Gwludys,
i;i. liiehaid PricUard, of Llanwrda. The eldest son,

Lewis Lewis, Esq. of Pant Hywel, m. 30 Dec. 1772, Mary,
dau. of Henry Jones, Esq. of Briwnant Caio, and by her (wUo
d. 15 April, 1834, aged 84) had issue,
David Jones, of Gilfach.

Thomas, of Llanddausant, m. Margaret, dau. of Morgan
L)avies,Esq.of Llanddausant, and had issue, Lewis ; Moigan ;
David ; Martha ; Mary ; and Lcmisa.
Rhys, of Merthyr Tydfil, m. Magdalen, dau. of Thomas-
Llewelyn, of Llywel, co. Brecon, and had i.ssue, Thomas;
David; Lewis; Rhys; William; Henry; Mary Anne;.
Margaret; Elizabeth; Sarah; and Catherine.
Margaret, m. Widiam David Jeffrey, -Esq., and d. 4 Jan.
1798, aged 21, leaving issue, David.
Anne, m. 1st, William Williams, Esq. of Llanddausant, and
2ndly, William Hywel, Esq.
Mary, m. Evan Evans, of Llansadwrn.
Mr. Lewis d. 20 Sept. 1796, aged 54. His eldest son,

David Jones Lewis, Esq. of Gilfach, co. Carmarthen, J. P.,

b. 16 Oct. 1773; m. 3 July, 1798, Mary, only child and heiress

of David Price, Esq. of Elaen-y-cwm, and Gilfaen, Llanwrda,

CO. Carmarthen, and by her (who d. 2 Dec. 1828, aged 50).

had, besides other children who d. young,

David Price, in Holy Orders, perpetual curate of Llan-y-

crwys, CO. Carmarthen, J.P. for same co., d. unta. 1861.

Lewis, a surgeon of Wymondham, co. Norfolk, d. unm.

Frederick, of Llwyneelyn.

Margaret, d. unm., from an accidental fall, 27 Oct. 1842.
Mr. Lewis d. 1848, aged 76. Thcord son (who, in consequence
of his two brothers dying unm. after having respectively s. to-
the property, ultimately s. to the Gilfach estate),

Frederick Lewis, Esq. of Gilfach and Llwyneelyn, co. Car-
marthen, j)j. 1847, Anna Letitia, dau. of Robert Middleton
Williams, Esq. of Carmarthen (and great-grand-dau. of John
Williams, Esq. of Aber-Cothy, co. Carmarthen, High Sheriff
for the same co., who in. a dau. of Sir Richard Herbert, of Kerry,
CO. Montgomery. This John Williams was paternal grandson
of the Rev. Dr. John Williams, Dean of Bangor, and Principal
of Jesus College, Oxford, about 1002, who la. 1609, Jane, dau.
of Sir Walter Rice (or Rhys), of Newton (now Dynevor), co.
Carmarthen, ancestor of the present Lord Dynevor) ; and by
her (who d. 6 June, 1861) had issue,

I. David Jones, now of Gilfach and Llwyneelyn.

II. Frederick Williams, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), and L.S.A. (Lond.),-
of Llandovery, co. Carmarthen, j/(. 24 Oct. 1877, Frances
Mary, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. George GriflBths, B.P.,
Residentiary Canon of Bangor, and Rector of Machynlleth,
North Wales, and has issue, Agnes Ida; and Vera Anne-

III. Charles Prytherch, M.A. Jesus Coll. Oxford, of Llan-
dovery, CO. Carmarthen, m. 22 June, 1892, Elizabeth,
youngest dau. of the late Wattan Walters, Esq. and niece
of the late D. Jeremy, Esq. of Llandovey.

IV. Arthur Middleton.

I. Anna Letitia Price, m. Rev. Morgan Lewis Jones, B.A.,
Vicar of Rhosmarket, co. Pembroke, and has issue, Violet
Gwendolen Mary Anna; Lillie Agnes Alma; Mabel
Louise; John Trevor Frederick Lewis; and Ivor Blcddyii

II. Mary Agnes. iii. Emily Louisa.

Mr. Lewis d. 1806, aged 56.
Seafs— Gilfach, and Llwyneelyn, co. Carmarthen.


Lewthwaite, William, Esq. of Broadgate, co.
Cumberland, J.P. and D.L., b. 29 Oct. 1853 ; m.
16 Aug. 1881, Helena Jane, dau. of Charles Chal-
linor, Esq. of Basford Hall, Stoke-upon-Trent, co.
Stafford, and has issue,

I. William, b. 20 June, 1882.

n. Charles Gilfrid, 6. 15 April, ISS4.

Lineage.— James Lewthwaite, of Broadgate, co. Cum-
berland, gent., had issue,

John, of Broadgate.

William, m. Catherine, sister to Sir Alfred Lawson, Bart, of
Isell, CO. Cumberland, and had issue, John, of White-
haven, who d. 10 Nov. 1790, leaving issue, an only son,
Gilfred, who was drowned whilst bathing in the sea at
Whitehaven, 28 July, 1779, aged 42, unm.

James, who left an only surviving child, James.

Elinor, m. — Robinson, and had a dau. Elizabeth, m. —
The eldest son,

John Lewthwaite, Esq. of Broadgate, had issue,

John, of Lancaster, merchant, m. Elizabeth, relict of —
Grice, of Antigua, who d. at Lancaster in 1804. Herf. athis
plantation at Check Hall, ia Dominica, 21 June, 1781, s.j).





WiLLTAM, of Broadgate.

George, d. s. p. at Antigua.

Eleanor, m. William Postlethwaite, of Elvan Foot, co. Cum-
berland, and had issue, Thomas, who d. unra. in London;
William, d. unm. in London ; Elizabeth, d. laim. ; Agnes,
in. John Wild.

Elizabeth, m. William Hunter, of Cross House, in Milium,
gent., t^ s. p.

Agnes, m. Thomas Bayliff, of Broughton, co. Lancaster,
gent., d. s. p.

Maigarct, m. — Taylor, of Liverpool, Solicitor, d. s. p.

The 2nd son,

William Lewthwaite, Esq. of Broadgate, J. P., m. Mary,
dau. and coheir of Joseph Nicholson, of Milholm-Bootle, co.
Cumberland, and d. 30 Oct. 1809, aged 70, leaving by her (who
d. 29 Aug. 1807, aged 63) with other issue, a son,

William Lewthwaite, Esq. of Broadgate, J. P., who rd. 7
March, 1791, Eleanor, dau. of Thomas Craggs, Esq. of Low-
scales, Jlillom, CO. Cumberland, and by her (who d. 18 Nov.
1830; had issue,

JoHV, of Broadsate.

Mary, t. 20 Aug. 1793; m. 30 Aug. 1825, William Postle-

thwaite, of Ulverston, co. Lancaster, who d. 10 Feb. 1876.

Shod. s. p. 21 Dec. 1853.
Agnes, 6. 16 Sept. 1795; m. 23 Sept. 1823, Robert Fostle-

thwaite, of Broughton, co. Lancaster, who d. 25 Feb. l»o9.

She d. 13 Feb. 1853, leaving issue.
Eleanor, b. i Jan. 1798 : rf. imm. 10 Nov. 1827.
Elizabeth, b. 26 Aug. 1801 ; d. unra. 21 July, 1827.

Mr. Lewthwaite d. 31 March, 1845, aged 79, and was s. by his
only son,

John Lewthwaite, Esq. of Broadgate, J. P. and D.L. for
CO. Cumberland, b. 24 March, 1792 ; m. 18 May, 1820, Anne
(Nancy), dau. of William Kirkbank, Esq. of Beckside, Whic-
ham, CO. Cumberland, J. P. and D.L., and by her (who d. 10
Aug. 1857) had issue,

William, of Broadgate.

Joseph, b. 26 Sept. 1834 ; d. unm. 7 Feb. 1886.

George, of Littlebank, Settle, W. R. co. York. h. 29 Aug.
1839; 7)1.27 Oct. 1864, Margaret, dau. of Christopher At-
kinson, Esq. of Burnley, co. Lancaster, and has issue,

1 John Gilfrid, b. 5 July, 1866.

2 William Atkinson, b. 2 Sept. 1867.

3 George, b. 12 Dec. 1868.

4 Joseph Harold, b. 2 Oct. 1871.

5 Charles, b. 8 Nov. 1872.

6 Henry, b. 29 June, 1874.

7 Arthur Edwyn, 6. 25 May, 1876.

8 Alfred, b. 22 Oct. 1877.

1 Elizabeth, 6. 5 Aug. 186.5.

2 Margaret Ethel, b. 12 Feb. 1870.

3 Edith Maud, b. 22 April, 1881.

Mary, b. 11 March, 1821 ; m. 22 Aug. 1854, Walter Buchanan,

Esq. of Lower BcbingtoD, co. Chester, and d. 3 Sept. 1890,

having had issue.

Elizabeth, b. 12 June, 1822; d. unm. 1 Dec. 1859.
Eleanor, b. 4 Feb. 1824; m. 25 Aug. 1853, Robert Francis

Calrow, Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale, co. Westmorland, and

has issue.

Ann, b. 28 Sept. 1827: d. unm. 7 Aug. 1868.
Agnes, b. 13 May, 1829; m. 6 Sept. 1860, Willi im Allen, Esq.

of Woodplumpton, co. Lancaster, who rf. 2i July, 1873.

She d. 17 Feb. 1885, leaving issue.

Mr. Lewthwaite d. 11 April, 1863, and was s. by his eldest son,
William Lewthwaite, Esq. of Broadgate, J. P. and D.L.,
5. 5 March, 1826; m. U Dec. 1851, Mary, dau. of William
Challinor, Esq. of Leek, co. Stafford, and by her had issue,

William, now of Broadgate.

Anne, 6.30 Sept. 1852; )«. 25 April, 187S, Hamlet Eiley,

Esq. of Ennim, near Penrith, co. Cumberland, J. P. and

D.L., and has issue.
Mary, b. 8 March, 1855; m. 19 Aug. 1880, the Hon. William

Henry Cross {see Bcrke's Peerage, Cross, V.), M.P. for West

Derby Div. of Liverpool, and has issue.
Mr. Lewthwaite d. 23 April, 1867.

Arms — Erm. a cross flory az. fretty or. Crest — A garb or
bound by a serpent nowed ppr. holding in the mouth a
crosslet fitchee gu. Motto — Virtus ad aethera tendens.

Utal — Broadgate, Broughton-in-Furness.

liineage. — John Henry Let, Esq. of Trehill, m. 23 Oct.
1S09, Lady Dorothy Frances Hay, 6th dau. of George 7th
Marquis of Tweeddale, and by her (who rf. 12 Oct. 1875) had

John Henry, his heir.
Mr. Ley, who was Clerk to the House of Commons, rf. 21 Aug.
1850, and was s. by his son,

John Henry Ley, Esq. of Trehill, m. 1845, Henrietta, dau.
of Henry Porter, Esq. of Winslade House, co. Devon, and hud

John Henry Francis, now of Trehill.

Kose Alice.

Alice Mary, m. 8 Aug. 1874, Walter William Smith Marriot,
Esq., Major R.A., and has issue, two sons and two daus.

Constance Mildred, ra. Frederick White, Esq., B.L.
Mr. Ley rf. 1865, and was s. by his only son, the present
John Henry Ley, Esq. of Trehill.

&aJ— Trehill, Exeter, and Woodlands, Kenford, co. Devon.


Let, John Henet Francis, Esq. of Trehill, co.
Devon, J.P. and D.L., High Sherif? 1S73, Major
1st Devon Yeomanry, b. 12 April, 1847 ; m. 5 Jan.
1870, Mary Coats, dau. of Matthew Chamley, Esq.
of Warcop House, co. Westmorland, and has issue,

I. Mary. ii. Violet Frances Henrietta.

ui. Grace Aylmer. iv. Dorothy Hay. v. Maijorie Agnes.


Lktcester, Rafe Oswald, Esq. of Toffc Hall,
CO. Chester, b. 5 July, 184-1; m. 2 Nov. 1867, Edith,
dan. of Hubert de Eurgb, Esq. of West Drayton,

Lineage. — Ralph Letcester, younger brother of John
Leycester, of Tabley, vi. Joan, dau. and heir of Robert Toft,
of Toft, and thus founded the family of Leycester, of Toft,
He rf. temp. Richard II. His great-great-great-great-grand-

Sir Ralph Leycester, of Toft, was knighted at Leith 11 May,,
1544, at which time the Earl of Hertford, being then Gen.,
dubbed several Cheshire gentlemen. Sir Ralph's grandson.

Sir George Leycester, Knt. of Toft, ni. Alice, eldest dau. of
Peter Leycester, Esq. of Tabley, and had issue. Sir George
was made Sheriff of Cheshire by patent, dated 29 Dec. i^t
Elizaueth. He d. 1612, and was s. by his only surviving son,

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, father, by his wife Mary,
dau. of Anthony Woodhull, Esq. of MoUington, co. Oxford, of
a son and heir,

George Leycester, Esq. of Toft, m. Dorothy, dau. of John
Clayton, Esq., and sister and co-heir of Richard Clayton, Esq.
of Crooke, co. Lancaster, and had several children, the eldest o£

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, rn. Eleanor, dau. of Sir
Peter Leycester, Bart, of Tabley, the well-known historian of
Cheshire, and dying March, 1685, was s. by his elder son,

George Leycester, Esq. of Toft, ni. Jane, dau. of Oswald*
Mosley, Esq. of Ancoats, by whom he had three sons, Ralph,
his successor; George, a merchant in London, ancestor of the
family of Leycester of White Place, Berks ; and Oswald. Th&
eldest son and successor,

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, 6. 1699; m. Katherine, dau.
and co-heiress ef Edward Norris, Esq. of Speke, co. Lancaster,
by Anne, dau. and heiress of Peter Gerard, Esq. of Crewood,
and by her (who rf. 1799, at the advanced age of 90) he had
issue, 1 George, his successor; 2 Ralph, heir to his brother ;
3 Edward, rf. unm. 1756; 4 Hugh, b. 1748, King's Counsel and
one of the Judges of North Wales, rf. 1 Jan. 1836 ; 5 Oswald,
b. 1752, M.A., Rector of Stoke-upon-Tern, ra. 1st, Mary, dau.
of P. Johnson, Esq. of Timperley, and 2ndly, Eliza, dau. of
Charles White, Esq. of Manchester; 1 Anne, m. the Rev. Dr.
Norbury ; 2 Theodosia, ni. the Rev. Egerton Leigh, Archdeacon
of Salop and Rector of Lymme; and 3 Susannah, m. 1773,
the Hon. John Grey. Mr. Leycester d. YlVi, and was s. by his
eldest son,

George Leycester, Esq. of Toft, at whose decease, unm-
1809, the family estates devolved upon his brother,

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, m. 1762, Charlotte, 3rd dau.
of the Rev. Dr. Lushington, of Eastbourne, Sussex, and had
issue, Ralph, his heir; Henry, Capt. R.N., rf. at Pisa;
George, Fellow of King's Coll. Camb. ; William, i/i. Miss
Friel, and had issue ; Charlotte, ra. Charles Dumbleton, Esq.
of Bath ; Harriet, m. the Rev. Robert Cox, Vicar of Bridg-
north : and Susanna. Mr. Leycester was s. by his eldest son,

Ralph Leycester, Esq. of Toft, 6. 1764, M.P. for Shaftes-
bury, la. Susanna eldest dau. of the Rev. Egerton Leigh, of
the family of the West Hall, High Leigh, and left at his
decease (with three daus., Charlotte, rf. 1893, EmmaTheodosia.
rf. 1865, and Laura Susanna, rf. 6 Jan. 1835) an only son and

Ralph Gerard Leycester, Esq. of Toft Hall, b. 11 Oct.
1817 ; m. 9 June, 1840, Emily Elizabeth, dau. of Charle*

4, H





Tyrwhitt Jones, Esq., son of Sir T, Tyrwliitt Jones, Bart., and
dyina 18 .-ipril, 1S51, left issue, :. Rape Oswald, now of Toft ;
II. Charles Hugh, b. April, 1S4S, d. 1883; ui. Kvnest Gerard,
b. Oct. 1S49; I, Georgina Susanna, d. 1891; and ii. Amy

Amis — Az., between two fleurs-de-lis or, a fess of the second
f retty gu. CreM — A roebuck per palt- or and gu. attired of the
second, holding in it^ mouth au acorn-branch ppr.

Scat—Toil Uall, Kuutsford.

IjEycestes, of white place.

Letcestee, Lionel de Walden IIemey, Esq.
of White Place, Berks, b. 18 Oct. 1856; s. his
uncle 18SS.

Liineag'e.— George Leycester, Esq., 2nd son of George
Leycester, Esq. of Toft Hall, ;jt. Martha, dau, of John Dodson,
Esq., High Sheriff of Berlis, and had an only son and heir,

Bev. Ralph Leycesteb, of White Place, m. 1761, Susanna,
sister of Sir Walden Hanmer, Bart., M.P. for Sudbury, and d.
1803, leaving (with a dau., Martha Elizabeth, ui. John Adolphus,
Esq., Barrister-at-law) an only son and successor,

Geoboe HANMEr. Letcesteb, Esq. of White Place, &. 12 .July,
1763; 7«. 1796, Charlotte Jemima, youngest dau. of H.ans
AVintrop Mortimer, Esq. of Caldwell Hall, co. Derby, M.P.
I'or Shaftesbury, by Anne his wife, only dau. of Lord Anne
Hamilton, 3rd sou of James, 4th Duke of Hamilton, and by her
(who d. 16 Feb. 1S5I) had issue,

George Ralph, of White Place.

Hen-by Hanmer, of whom presently.

Edmund Mortimer, late of White Place.

Oswald Walden, d. unm.

Augustus .\dolphus ; m.\ and rf. 23 Jan. 1892.

Susanna Jane, m. Capt. Poulton, Madras Army, and is
' deceased.

Henrietta Maria, m. William Ward, Esq., and is deceased.

Louisa Genevieve, in. Francis Lyne, Esq., and il. 1877.
Mr. Leycester d. 6 Oct. 1338, and was s. by his eldest son,

George Ralph Leycester, Esq. of White Place, b. 31 July,
1801; d. iinm. 11 Jan. 185.5. He was s. by his brother,

Henry Hanmer Ley'cester, Esq. of White Place, b. 4 March,
1808 ; m. 28 April, 1852, Clara Priscilla, dau. of Francis John
Xorris, Esq., only son of John Norris, Esq.of Hemstead, Kent,
M.P., and grandson of Sir John Norris, Admiral of the Fleet,
and Vice-Admiral of England temp. George II., and by her
(who d. 6 Oct. 1864) had issue,

Arthur Hanmer, b. 18 Jan. 1853: d. Nov. 1378.

Lionel de Walden Henry, now of Vriiite Place.
Mr. Leycester d. 22 Jan. 1862, when the estates devolved for
life on his brother,

Edmund Mortimer Leycester, Esq. of White Place, Berks,
retired Capt. R.N., b. 23 July, 1810 ; ■»*. 1st, ID April, 1842,
Henrietta Susanna, dau. of Capt. James Neville, E.N., of
Stoke-Devon, and by her (who d. 20 March, 1882) had issue,

I. Safe Neville, b. 24 April, 1843 ; d. 18 Nov. 1883.

I. Isabel Emily Hanmer, m. Malcolm de Saumarez Edye,

Capt. Leycester m. 2ndly, I? April, 1882, Anna Sarah, dau. of
Samuel William Rowsell, Esq. of London.

Arms, Crest, and Motto, same as Leycester of Toft.

Seat — White Place, near Maidenhead.


Letl-ind, Cheistophee John, Esq. of Haggers-
ton Castle, co. Northumberland, J. P., formerly Sub-
Lieut. R.N., b. 19 Sept. 1849 ; »«. 1st, 22 Oct.
1874, Everikla Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late
Ralph Creyke, Esq. of Rawcliffe, co. York, and by
her (who d. Aug. 1890) has had issue,

Hilda Georgina, b. 137.^).
Ethelreda Louisa, 0. 1876; d. 1839.

He m. 2ndly, 1 March, 1892, Helen Dora, eldest
dau. of Digby Cayley, Esq., 2nd son of Sir Digby
Cayley, Bart., and has issur^

Christophep. Digby, I. 24 Dec. 1302.

Mr. C. J. Leyland assumed, 1891, the name of
Letland instead of Natioe.

Lineage.— Richard Bullin, Esq. of the township of
Knowsley. co, Laacaster, m. Margaret, only child, who left

issue of Richard Leyland, Esq. of Knowsley, and sister of
Thomas Leyland, Esq. of Walton Hall, co. Lancaster, who
d. s. ;i. 20 May, 1327. By this lady Mr. Bullin had issue,
Ricliard Bullin, who assumed by royal licence^ 19 July,
1327, the name and arms of Leyland, and d. unm. 1 Dec.
Christopher Bullin, who assumed by royal licence, 8 May,
1845, the surname and arms of Leyland, and d. unm. 4
Sept. 1849.

The only dau.,

Dorothy Bullin, in. 1809, John Naylor, Esq. of Hartford
Hill, CO. Chester, and d. 185G, having had issue by him, three
sons and one dau.,

Thomas Leyland, of Haggerston Castle, Beal, Northumber-
land, late Capt, 2nd Life Guards, b. 21 Jan. 1811; assumed
by royal licence, 20 Dec. 1849, the name and arms of Ley-
land only ; vi. 1841, Rachel, dau. of J. Hopkins, Esq.,
and by her (who rf. 20 May, 1882, aged 68) had issue.

.John Naylor, of l.eighton Hall.

Richard Christopher Naylor, now of Hooton Hall (see Naylor
of Hooton Hall).

Elizabeth Mary, m. Major-Gen. Gold, and d. s. p. March,

Mr. Naylor rf. 1815. His second son,

John Naylor, Esq. of Leighton Hall, co. Montgomery,
J.P. and D.L., High Shcriffl853, b. IS.-Vpril, 1813 ; m. 20 Aug.
1846, Georgiana, 4th dau. of John Edwards, Esq. of Ness
Strange, Salop, by Charlotte Jlargaret, dau. of Rev. George
Martin, Vicar of Great Ness, by the Lady Blary Murray his
wife, youngest dau. of John, 3rd Duke of Atholl, and had

I. Christopher .John, now of Haggerston Castle.

It. Rowland Edward Leyland, 6. 3 Jan. 1851 ; m. 1875, Mary
Elizabeth, younger dau. of Patrick Byrne, Esq. of Ennis-

III. John, t, 21 March, 1856: m. 1886, Magdalen, of
the late Archibald Tod, Esq. of The Grange, Woolton, Liver-
pool, and has issue, two sons.

I. Dora, m. 4 July, 1372, Rear-Admiral Edmund Charles
Drummond, R.N., and d. 20 Dec. 1878, leaving issue,
John Edmund, R.N., 6. 1873 ; Mary and Constance Dora.

II. Margaret.

in. Emily, m. 6 June, 1876, George Devereux Harrison,
Esq. of Fronllwyd, co. Moutgomery, and has issue.

IV. Georgina.

V. Finances.

VI. Eva, m. 1889, Capt. Alfred William Lambart Bayly,
D.S.O., Bombay Staff Corps, and has issue, a son.

VII. Alice Maud, m. 1885, John Urmston Hayes, Esq., who d.

Mr. Naylor d. 13 July, 1889.

.?<;ois— Haggerston Castle, Beal, Northumberland ; and
BryuUywarch HaU, Kerry, co. Montgomery.


LiDWiLL, Geoege, Esq. of Dromard, co. Tippe-
rary, J.P., late Capt. 19th Eegt., b. 1828 ; s. his
father 1868; m. 14 Oct. 1863, Edith Wheatley,
dau. of Henry Adams, Esq. of Kensington, by
-n-hom (who d. 22 March, 1877) he had issue,

I. George John Frederick, b. 29 Oct. 1869 ; Lieut. 19th
Princess of Wales Own Huss.ars.

II. Robert, b. 15 April, 1871 ; Lieut. 3rd Batt. R.I. Fus.

I. Eleanor, m. 1883, Major-Gen. Watt, late 64th Regt.

II. Edith Margaret.

He m. 2ndly, 18S2, Mary, dau. of late John Newell,
Esq. of Fairfield, Addiscombe.

Lineage. — The family of Lidwill, formerly Ltdtl, co.
Durham, have been settled for many generations in the cos. of
Carlow and Tipperary, and, according to family tradition, are
descended from a common ancestor with tlie Liddells of
Bavensworth Castle, co. Durham. The immediate ancestor of
the Dromard family was

.John Lidwill, Esq. of Shannaghmore, co. Carlow (son of
Robert Lidwill, Esq. of Shannaghmore, by Mary his wife, sister
of Launeelot Caulfield, Esq.), who purchased property to a
large extent at Castle Dermot, co. Kildare. He m. Eleanor,
dau. of Thomas Cooke, Esq. of Painstown, by Ellen his wife,
eldest dau. and co-heir of Nicholas Purcell, Bart, of Loughmoe,
CO. Tipperary, and had issue,

I, George, his heir.

II. Thomas, who m. (settlement dated 1736) Jemima, dau.
and heiress ol Mark Cowley, Esq. of Clonmore, and Cor-
mackstown, co. Tipperary, and U. 1782, leaving, with four
daus., as many sons,





1 John, of Eushall, Queen's Co., n. Anne Fitzpatrick, of
Eallybooden, and had issue.

2 Mark, of Clonmore, Cormackstown and Annfield, High
Sheriff of Tipperary 1779, m. 8 Dec. 1774, Lucy, dau. of
Michael Scanlan, Esq. of Ballyneha, co. Limerick, J. P.,
and had issue,

Thomas, see Lidwill of Clonmorf.
S George, a Capt. in the Roden Fencibles, w. Mary, dau.
of O'Brien Butler, Esq. of Bansha Castle, co. Tipperarj-,
and d. s. p.
4 Thomas, of Clonmore. m. 14 Jan. 1774, Elizabeth .Julia,
dau. of Jolin O'Grady, of Kilballyowen, by Mary his
■wife, dau. and co-heir of Gerald de Courcy, Lord King-
sale, and left an only dau. and heiress, Mary Margaret,
•Hi. Henry Grove Grady, Esq. of Belhvood, co. Tipperary.
John Lidwill, of Shannaghmore, is said to have lived to be 100,
and his wife to an equally advanced age. Their elder son and

George Lidwill, Esq. of Lissannure, co. Tipperary, iJi.Miss
Sail, of Cashel, a co-heiress, and had two sons,

John, his heir.

Kobert, of Lissannure, m. Hester, dau. of Joseph Gubbins,
of Kilfrush, co. Limerick.

The elder son and heir,

John Lidwill, Esq. of Dromard, co. Tipperary, commonly
known as "Black Jack," m. Catherine, dau. of Patrick Fitz-
patrick, of Ballybooden, of the noble family of Upper Ossory,
iind co-heiress of her brother Timothy Fitzpatrick, Esq. of
Ballybooden, and left with other issue, George, his heir; and
John Lidwill. The elder son,

Geokge Lidwill, Esq. of Dromard, a well-known litterateur
and politician. High Sheriff Tipperary 1807, t?. 1839. He m.
<licence dated 17 March, 179'2) Eleanor, dau. of Blorgan
Kavanagh, Esq. of Ballyheale, co. Kilkenny, by Lady Frances
Butler his wife, sister of John, Earl of Ormonde,

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