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whills 1696,
of Banchory Ternan 1699, b. 28 June, 1C70 ; bapt. at King-
horn 10 July, 1670; m. April, 1698, Margaret, dau. of
Thomas Downie, Merchant in Edinburgh, whose mother was
a dau. of Dobie, of Stoniehill, and d. 18 April, 1747, leaving
an only son,

Alexander Schank, of Castlerig and Gleniston, possessed of
the lands mentioned as belonging, in 1360, to Robert Schank,
but increased the patrimony by purchases, including Gleniston,
all of which still remain iu the family. By deed of entail
executed by him 13 March, 1769, these properties passed to his
cousin's son, the above-mentioned

Eev. Ale.kandeb Schank, then Jlinister of St. Cyrus, his
eldest surviving son being passed over. Mr. Schank d. 24 Oct.
1771, having had issue by Mary his wife, dau. of liev. John
Burnett, Minister of Moniemusk (a cadet of the family of
Burnett of Leys, Bart.), two sons, namely,

I. John, F.R.S., E.N., a distinguished Admiral, bapt. at
Kinghorn 26 April, 1726; served in the wars consequent
on the American and French Revolutions. Admiral Schank
was presented in 17b6, with the freedom of the city of
Edinburgh, " in testimony of the good services done to his
king and country as Captain and Senior Officer and Com-
missioner of H.M. fleet on the lakes and rivers in Canada."
In the American war, his exertiuns and merit called
forth the highest encomiums from the admiral commanding
on the station, particularly on account of the wonderful
expedition with which he constructed a ship of above three
hundred tons, with eighteen guns, named the " Inflexible" ;
which ship he built, rigged, and completed, and with it
fought and beat the enemy on Lake Champlain, all in less
than six weeks from the time that she whs originally put
on the stocks at Quebec. Full details of Admiral Schank's
long service are given in Marshall's Naval Biography.
Admiral Schank d. at Dawlish in 1823. He m. 1st, Mrs.
F'itzcerald, widow of Gen. Fitzgerald, and 2ndly, Margaret,
sister of Sir William Grant, Master of the Rolls. His dau.,
by his first wife,

Margaret, m. July, 1800, John AVight, Vice-Admiral of
the White, and had, with other i.-sue, John Mackellar
Skeene Grieve Wight, who, in 1843, assumed by royal
licence the surname and arms of Schank.

II. Alexander, 6. 26 June, 1727 ; d. s. p. in his father's life-

Mr. Schank, as before mentioned, appointed, by deed of entail
executed 1769, as his successor,

Eev. Alexander Shank, of Castlerig and Gleniston, Minis-
ter of Ecclesgreig, or St. Cyrus, from 1759, for many years
the living having been previously held by his father. He
lived at The Villa, Laurencekirk— an estate which has been for
a long time possessed by the Schank family. He m. 5 May,
1770, Diana, dau. of Robert Scott, of Dunninald, by his wife,
Anne Middleton, of Seaton, and granddau. of Patrick Scott,
who was son of Patrick Scott, of Craig andRossie (v id eBvuKE's
Baronetage), by whom (who d. 24 Feb. 1825, aged 84 years) he
had issue,

I. Alexander, his successor, a Merchant in China, 6. 9
June, 1771, perished at sea in the total loss of the "Anna,"
of Bombay.

II. Martin, successor to his brother, 6. 30 Sept. 1774 ; d. s.p.

III. Henbt, successor to Martin, of whom presently.

I. Diana, b. 8 Dec. 1772; 7n. Eev. George Cook," D.D., of
Haddington, Slinister of Laurencekirk, and Dean of the
Order of the Thistle ; d. at St. Andrews 13 May, 1845, in
his 73rd year.

II. Jane, d. unm. 23 Xov. 1840.

Mr. Shank d. in the fifty-fifth year of his ministry,at Laurence-
kirk, 5 Jan. 1814, aged 75, and was ultimately succeeded by his
last surviving son,

Henry Shank, of Castlerig and Gleniston, 6. 14 March,
1778, entered the H.E.I.C.'s Service in 1794, became Member
of Council in 1822, and was Director of the Company from
1830-1S54. Mr. Shank d. 4 Jan. 1860, having had by his wife,
Anna-Maria, sister of Sir James Eivett-Carnac, Bart., Governor
of Bombay and Chairman of the H.E.I.C., four sons and three

I. Alexander, of whom presently.
n. Henry, d. in infancy.

III. John Innes, 6. 20 March. 1815 ; d. in India Sept. 1834.

IV. James, BaiTister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, b. 1 July, 1818,
at St. Helena ; d. in London 16 Dec. 1871, in his 53rd year.
This gentleman inherited The Villa, Laurencekirk, at his
father's death.

1. Maiia, d. iu i.ifancy.

ir. Diana Henrietta, h. 2 Aug. 1812; d. 1S36.

III. Harriet Anne, s. to the Villa, Laurencekirk, on the
death of her brother James, m. her cousin. Sir James Sib-
bald David Scott, Bart., and has issue. Sir Francis David
Scott, present Bart., and other children.

Alexander Shank, of Castlerig and Gleniston, the eldest
son, b. 21 June, 1811, was Civil and Ses.sions Judge in the
H.E.I. CCS. He retired in 1856, and d. 9 April, 1866. He m.
Harriet Henrietta Georgina, dau. and co-heir of Lieut. -Col.
Henry Dundas Campbell, of the 8th Hussars, formerly Governor
of Sierra Leone, by Anne Marie his wife, sister of Sir John
Francis Davis, Bart., and by her (who d. 16 Jan. 1880) he had

I. Henry Alexan-der, of Castlerig and Gleniston.

II. William Edward Alexander, s. his brother.

i.i. Roland Alexander, b. 26 July 1857; d. 15 Dec. 1874.

IV. Lionel Arthur Vausittart, b. 9 Dec. 1861.
I. .Vmy Georgina. ii. Alice Maria.

III. Anne Julia. iv. Evelyn Mary.
v. Edith Henrietta, d. 9 Nov. 1890.

The eldest son,

Henry Alexander Schank, Esq. of Castlerig and Glenis-
ton, b. 28 Sept. 1850: entered the army as Ensign in the 91st
Hi.:hlanders in 1871 ; and became Capt. in the 71st High-
land Light Infantry in 1880 ; served in the Zulu war of 1879,
and in the Egyptian war of 1882 (two medals and star). He
d. 13 July, 1886.

Anns — Gu., on a fesse arg. a hawk's lure of the first between
a cinquefoil in chief and a falcon's leg (or shank), jessed and
belled, in base of the second. Crest — An eagle rising gu.
Motto — Above the crest, Sj'cro.

&at— Castlerig and Gleniston, co. Fife.

C'iui— Conservative.


ScHEEiBEE, Matilda Robertinj, of The Hill
House, Suffolk, only child of Eobert Houghton,
Esq. of Portland Place, m. 11 May, 1847, Fre-
DEKicK William Scheeibee, Esq. of the Hill
Hou3e, J.P. and D.L., appointed High Sheriff
18()9, but unable from ill-health to serve, Hon. Col.
2nd batt. Suffolk Eifle Yolunteers j who d. 1S73,
leaving issue,

I. Frederick Ernest Lowther, Capt. Reserve of Officers, 6.
20 .Aug. 1849; m. 1875, Mary Eleanor, only dau. of Joseph
Silvester Godfrey, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

II. Julian Meade, Capt. and Hon. Maj. 3rd batt. Bedford-
sliire Rcgt., late Capt. Suffolk Eegt., b. 10 Sept. 1854.

I. Priscilla Emily, vi. 10 Sept. 1874, Neville Ash, Esq.

Lineage. — John Charles Schreiber, Esq. of Tewins
House, Herts, son of Carl Schreiber, of an ancient family of
Durlach, in Suabia, came over from that country and settled
in London about 1721. He m. Elizabeth Mount, of Wasing,
Berks, and was father of

William Schreiber, Esq. of Hinchesley Lodge, Hants,
Tewins House, Herts, and Hengherst, Kent, m. I78I, Mary,
eldest dau. and co-heir of James Lewell, Esq. of Alton Hall,
Suffolk, and had issue,

I. John Charles, of Hengherst, Kent, J. P.. b. 29 Ang.
1782; VI. 1 May, 1823, Amelia Susannali, eldest dau. of
Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Cameron, K.C.B., andc/. s. p. I May,

II. William Frederick, of whom presently.

III. James Alfred, of Melton, co. Suffolk. Lieut. -Col. (half-
pay) nth Dragoons and 5th Dragoon Guards, ja. Mary,
dau. of Thomas Ware, Esq. of Woodfort, co. Cork, and
left issue,

1 Charles, M.A., Senior Chancellor's Medallist 1850, and
Fellow of Trin. Coll. Camb. 1852 53, M.P. for Chelten-
ham 1865, and for Poole 18S0-S4, b. 10 May, 1826; m. 10
April, 1855, Lady Charlotte, only dau. of Albemarle, 9th
Earl of Lindsay, and relict of Sir Josiah John Guest,
Bart, of Dowlais Court, and d. April, 188 4.

2 William F. Schreiber, of Annaghmore, co. Cork, m.
Miss Meade, who d. s. p. 1859.

IV. Thomas (Rev.), of Bradwell, Essex, m. Sarah, dau. of
Admiral Bingham, of Lymington, and had issue,

Arthur Thomas, of Hengherst, J.P., b. 1829; m. 1864,
Elizabeth Hastmgs, 2nd dau. of Eev. Charles Wheler,
of Lcdstone Hall, co. York, and has issue, Evelyn Mary

V. George, Capt. (half-pay) 1st German Hussars and IS'h
Hussars, m. Anne, dau. of — Hume, Esq. of Colchester, and
had issue.

I. Elizabeth Mount, m. Major George Lrock, of Guernsey
ana of Colchester.





The 2n(l son,

William I'uederick Schkeiber, Esq. of The Roun.hvood,
Ipswich, lormoi-iyCapt. 11th Draijoons, iji. IS Jan. 1S14, Mary,
eldest Uau. of 'Williain Shuklliam, Ksq. of Jlarlosfora Hall,
Suffolk, and by lier (who d. 'Jo April, lSo'2) had, with four
daus., who all d. unr,i.,

I. Frederick William, late of The Hill House, d. 1873.

II. Cuarles Alfred, of Tlie Kound Wood, Ipswich, J.P.
and 1>.I^.. hite Capt. 34th Keirt., b. C Jan. ISiB; m. 1st, li)
Aua;. 1S45, Elizabeth Hester, dau. of Owen Hogan, Esq. of
Auburn, co. Westmeath, and by her (who d. 10 Feb. 1S63)
had issue,

William Frederick Duff, late Capt. 34th Eefft., b. 10 Dec.

1847; in. 1883, .\lice Mary, dau. of Henry Cuvenove, Esq.

of Lilies, Aylesbury.

Emma Augusta, m. 5 Oct. 1866, F'rederic Bernard Astley,

son of Col. L'Estrange Astley, of Borough Hall, Norfolk.

Eva Blanche.

He m. 2ndly, 11 Oct. 1866, Eosa Alexandrina, dau. of John
Robert Thomson. Esq. of Blackstones, Surrey, and d. 1879.

III. John Edward Lemuel (Rev.), M.A., Hector of Bai'ham,
Suffolk, J. P., b. 1818; m. 14 Jan. 1863, Lucy, eldest dau.
of Charles Philipps, Esq. of Claydon, Suffolk, and had issue.
His eldest dau. Luey Astley, d. 26 Dec. 1S86, aged 20; and
his only surviving dau., Clare Marion, m. April, 1892, Capt.
Sydney G. HortoD, R.A., only son of Rear-Admiral W.
Hortou, C.B.

Anns — Erm., three griffins' heads erased vert. Crest — A
•dexter arm embowed in armour ppr., garnished or, holding
in the hand a dagger, the point towards the dexter, also ppr.
jpommel and hilt or. Motto — Deutlicli and wahr.

^6ai— The Hiil House, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk.


ScLATEE, James Henry, Esq. of Newick Park,
Sussex, J.P. and D.L., b. 11 June, 1819; m. 26
!Xov. 1846, Louisa Catherine, 2ncl dau. of the late
Eobert Fowler, Esq. of Eahinston, co. Meath, and
by her (who d. 1883) has issue,

I. James Robert Charles, J.P. Sussex, late Capt. R.A., 6.
15 Feb. 1848.

n. Francis Saunderson (Rev.), E.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon, Rector of
Westmeston, Sussex, 6. 18 Aug. 1853; m. 8 May, 1878,
Elizabeth Emma, eldest dau. of the late Eardley John
Blackwell, Esq. of Ampney Park, co. Gloucester.

III. Henry Crichton, Major R.A., b. 5 Nov. 185.T, )». 12 June,
1834, Edith Harriet, eldest dau. of the late Col. Sir Walter
Barttelot, Bart, of Stopham, co. Sussex, C.B., M.P.

rv. Arthur William Bassett, i. 27 July, 1859; d. 10 June,

V. John Edward Fowler, J.P. for cos. F-ermanagh, Cavan,
and Meath, b. 1 Feb. 1862.

VI. Charles Gilbert, Lieut. R.N., 6. 10 Aug. 1866.

1. Cecil Jane, m. 2 July, 1874, Nathaniel Baker, Esq., J. P.,
of Butt's Hill, Kingswear, Devon, Barrister-at-Law, of
the Inner Temple, and has a son, Kington.

n. Catherine Louisa Helen, m. 19 Sept. 1877, Walter Feilde
Ingram, Esq., 2nd son of James Ingram, Esq. of Ades,
Chailey, Sussex, and has issue, Cecil Walter ; James
Francis, Helen Louisa ; Catherine Rachel; and Ruth

m. Jane Elizabeth Rachel, -,». 8 Oct. 18S5, Capt. Robert
Gartside-Tipping, Bengal Staff Corps, 2nd son of Gart-
side Gartside-Tipping, Esq. of Rossferry, co. Fermanagh,
and has issue, Margaret Cecil and Evelyn Rachel.

Xiineagre. — The name of this family, for some time spelt
Slater, has been restored to its original orthogiuphy,

Gilbert Sclater, Esq. of Stepney, Middlesex, in. Rachel
Goodchild, of Pallion, co. Durham, and had issue, a son,

Gilbert Sclater, Esq. of Leyton House, Essex, b. 1753 ; m.
1784, Elizabeth, dau. of Philip Jackson, Esq. of Rainton Hall,
■CO. Durham, and by her (who d. 1796) left at his decease, 1793,
two sons and four daus.,

I. Gilbert, b. 1792 ; d. 1796.

II. James Henry, his htir, of Newiek Park, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1827, b. 1793 ; rf. 12 Jan. 1864 ; m. 2 April, 1817,
Cecil, dau. of Francis Saunderson, Esq. of Castle Saunder-
son, CO. Cavan, and by her (who d. 3 May, 1864) had issue,
one son and three daus.,

1 James Hesrt, now of Newiek Park.

1 Elizabeth Anne, m. 24 Sept. 1857, Arthur Bisge, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, 7th son of C. W. Bigge, Esii. of Linden,
Northumberland, and d. Feb. 1882, leaving a dau. Julia

2 Cecil Lydia, m. 16 May, 1842, Rev. C. Heathcote Cam-

pion, of Westmeston Rectory, Sussex, and had issue,
William James, in Holy Orders, d. March, 1892;
Francis George, Major 1st Connaught Rangers; Henry-
Charles Cecil, d. 1870; Jane Cecil,' m. Rev. W. Lock;
and Selina Lctitia. She <^ Dec. 1872.
3 F'rances Sophia, d. 18 May, 1835.

I. Anne, b. 1785; d. 1799.

II. Elizabeth Rachel, 6. 1786; d. 1860; m. Samuel Turner,
Esq. of Sunbury, Middlesex, who is deceased.

III. Penelope Frances, b. 1788; m. Hutches Trower, Esq. of
Unsted Wood, Surrey; she <;. 1873. He is also deceased.

IV. Maria Jane, b. 1790; <'. 1793,

^i-jHS— Arg., a saltire az. Crest—An eagle sa., rising out of
a ducal coronet or.
Scat — Newiek Park, Lewes, Sussex.


The late John Usticee Scobei.l, Esq. of
Nancealverne, Cornwall. B.A., J.P. for Cornwall
and Somerset, b. Aug. 1803 ; m. 1832, Francis Skey,
2nd dau. and co-heir of Eichard Langford, Esq. of
Montvale House, Somerset.

liineage. — The old Devon family of Scobbahull, Scob-
hull, or Scolell, is recorded by Sir William Pole to have
received at various times the honour of knighthood, and in a
list of men of the best note in Devon in 1630, by the same
antiquary, the name of Scobbahull is included. Thomas de
Scobbahull was Sheriff of Devon 1291-92-93. Sir Robert
Scobbahull, Knt. of Scobbahull, who d. 14 Edward II., was
Sheriff 1321. Another Sir Robert Scobbahull, Knt., who d.
20 Edward II., was Sheriff 1327, and Sir Thomas Scobbahull,
Knt. of Scobhull, who m. the dau. of Sir Roger Prideaux,
Knt. of Orcheiton, and d. 42 Edward III., served the same
office 1309.

George Scobell, Esq. of Nutcombe, Devon, elder son of
John Scobell, Esq. of Nutcombe, by Meloney Baker his wife,
and 4th in descent from John Scobell (a descendant, as stated,
of the ScoBBAHULLs of Sciibbah(Ul), who purchased, 1616, the
lands of Nutcombe, sold that estate and settled first at Penryn,
and subsequently at Penzance. He m. Mary, dau. of Francis
Pender, Esq. of Penryn, and dying 1796, left issue,

I. George Pender, his heir.

II. John. in. 31iss Veale, and had a dau. Frances, deceased.
II. Pet.r Edward, M.D., in. 1st, 1783, Hannah, only child of

John Sanford, Esq. of Penzance, by Hannah his wife, dau.
of George Treweeke, Esq., and 2ndly, Jane, only child of
William Skey, Esq. of Falfield, co. Gloucester. By the
former. Dr. Scobell left at his decease, 1820,

1 Edward, M.A., Vicar of Turville, Bucks, and Minister
of St. Peter's Chapel, Marylebone, in. 1821, Ann, dau. of
Matthew Chessall. Esq. of London, and left issue, Sanford
George, Vicar of Market Kasen, co. Lincoln (deceased), m.
IbOO, Mary Jane, eldest dau. of Rev. J. Cooper, Rector of
West Rasen, and had issue, a son and a dau., and Louisa
Sophia, m. Rev. Henry Baissier, and has issue.

2 George Treweeke, Capt. R.N., of Kingwell, High Little-
ton, Somerset, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff 1863, and for-
merly M.P. for Bath, 6. 1785; m. 1818, Hester (deceased),
youngest dau. of Charles Savage, Esq, of Midsummer-
Norton, and cZ. s.p. 18 May, 1809.

3 John (deceased), M.A. Rector of Southover and of All
Saints, Lewes, Sussex, and Prebendary of Chichester, b.
1791 ; //i.26 June, 1826, Eliza (deceased), dau. and co-heir
of William Land, Esq. of Hayne House, Silverlon, Devon,
and left two sons and four daus..

Barton Land John, of Kingwell Hall, near Bath, h. 1837,
of Exeter Coll. Oxford, and Middle Temple, "ho in-
hcriied his maternal grandfather's estates, and s. his
uncle, George Treweelie Scobell, Capt. R.N., m. 1874,
Henrietta Valiant, youngest dau. of the late J. Blyth,
Esq. of Woolhampton, Beiks, and has issue, George
Barton, 6. 1875, and Henry Barton, b. 1877.

Sanford George Treweeke, of The Down House, Red-
marley, co. Worcester, J. P., b. 10 Jan. 1839; m. 20
April, 1S7I, Edith, dau. of Capt. Palairet, of The
Grange, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts, and has issue.

Emily Anne Elizabeth, deceased.

Caroline Yarde, m. Kev. Augustus Orlebar.

Eliza Georgina Treweeke, m. Rev. J. L. H. Southcomb,
Rector of Rose Ash, Devon, and is deceased.

F'rances Sanford, m. 1808, Rev. Edward Crawford, Hector
of Shalden, Hants.
IV. Aaron, deceased.
I. Meloney, deceased. ii. Mary, deceased.

The eldest son.

Rev. George Pender Scobell, Vicar of Sancreed, Cornwall,
111. Miss Stark, and had issue,

George, D.D. (deceased). Vicar of Turville, Bucks, in. 1st,
Hannah Stephens (deceased), of Chieveley, Uerks, and 2ndly,





I Miss Lanfcliile, by whom he left, with throe daus., two sons,
1 Georce Kicharil, Vicar of Blckleigh, Devon, h. 1831; m.
3857, Frances Lucy, dau. of Rev. Thomas pyia Williamson,
Vicar of Liitle Bnckhill, Bucks, 2 John.

■John, of whom presently.

Edward (deceased), Capt. R.N., of Poltair, Cornwall, m. Miss
Ann Collins, hy whom he left issue, two sons and one dau.,
1 Edward Calvert, Capt. 17th Lancers, d. u-im. ; 2 Henrj',
(deceased), of the Scots Greys, of The Abbey, Pershore, J. P.
and D.L. co. Worcester, b. 1824, m. 1851, Catherine Sarah
Jenner (deceased), only child of John Yeen Bedford, Esq.
of Tlie Abbey, Pershore, and d. 28 April, 1873, having had
issue, three sons, Edward John (deceased), Henry Jen-
ner, and George Calvert, and four daus., 1 Ann Mar-
garetta, m. 1839, Daniel Higford Davall Burr, Esq. of
Aldennaston, Berks, late M. P. for the city of Hereford, and
has issue.

Thomas (deceased), m. 1821, Jane, dau. of James Tennent,
Esq., late of Clyde Castle, co. Dumbarton.

Elizabeth (deceased), m. 1806, Piichard Cuanack, Esq., and
had one dau.

Mary (decea.'ied), ra. Capt. Giddy, E.N.

Meloney (deceased).

The 2nd son,

John Scobell, Esq., m. 1st, 1802, Susanna, only child of
William Usticke, Esq., and sole heii- of the Ustickes of Leha,
St. Burian, Cornwall,* and by lier (who d. Sept. 1809) had

John Usticke, of Nancealverne.

George, of Lower Poltair, Cornwall, b. 1806 ; m. 1859, Anna,
dau. of William Ellis, Esq., and is deceased.

Susanna Usticke.
Mr. Scobell m. 2ndly, Mary, relict ot John James, of Radstock,
and 3rd dau. of W^illiam Goldfinch, Esq. of Shcpton Mallett,
And by her had two daus.,

Mary Ann, m. 1836, Rev. John Armstrong, M.A., Rector of
Binder and Prebendary of Wells, Somerset, and by him
(who d. 10 Jan. 1862 has had issue, three sons, 1 John Sco-
bell Armstrong, b. 31 July, 1842, Bengal C.S., ?)i. Nov. 1865,
Fanny Emma Elizabeth, only dau. of Daniel Woodruffe,
Esq., and has a son, John Scobell; 2 William, b. 17 Dec.
1844, deceased ; 3 Edmund Archibald, b. 17 Feb. 1859 ; and
seven daus.

Fanny, m. 1850, Lumley Woodyear Peyton, Esq., Coram.
R.N., and has issue, with three daus., three sons, Lumley
Scobell, b. 1854; Algernon George, h. 1869; Frank Henry,
Arms — Arg., three fleurs-de-lis gu., in chief a label of three
points az., quartering Usticke and Eoscrowe. Crest — .idemi-
lion arg., holding a fleur-de-lis gu. in his dexter paw, and
gorged with a label of three points az. Motto — In Deo salu-
te m.

Seats — Nancealverne, Penzance ; and Montvale House, near

Scott, Sydney Louisa, of Betton Strange, co.
Salop, s. her mother 1S92 ; m. 25 Feb. 1868, Major
"William Ediiigton Stuart, late 15tK Hussars, who
•d. 1887, leaving issue,

Geokge John, b. 3 Nov. 1870.

Mrs. Stuart, the only surviving dau. and heiress of
the George Jonathan Scott, of Betton Strange,
assumed by royal licence the name and arms of

Lineage.— EicHABD Scott, Esq. of Scotts Hall, co. Kent,
the first of the family who settled in Salop, was 6. 1.544, and
d. in Shrewsbury 1628, having had, by Mary his wife, one
eon and two daus. The son,

Isaac Scott, Esq., b. 1584 ; m. Miss Elizabeth Stephens of
.Shrewsbury, and had, with other issue,

I. EicHARD, an active partisan of King Charles I. His


* The family of Usticke is of great antiquity in Cornwall.
One line is now represented by John Usticke Scobell, Esq.
This branch derives from Charles Usticke, Esq , who pur-
chased Leha from Mr. Groose. He m. Miss Jenkins, of Alver-
ton, and had a son, Oliver Usticke, Esq. of I^eha, who m. Ann
Eoscrowe, of Eoscrowe (a co-heir of the old and respectable
Cornish family of that name, settled at Eoscrowe from the
time of Henry Vlll;, and had a son and successor, William
Usticke, Esq. of Leha, Justice of the Peace 1734, who ra.
Elizabeth Eogers, of Treassowe, and was father of William
Usticke, of Leha, who m. Elizabeth Hussey, of Truro, and
dying 1772, was s. by his son, William Usticke, Esq. of Leha,
6. 1737, who d. 1785, leaving an only dau. and heir, Susanna,
m. John Scobell, Esq.

John Scott, Esq., had, by Dorothv his 3rd wife, dau. of
Adam Waring, Esq. of Woodcot, Salop, a son,
Jonathan Scott, Esq. of Shrewsbury, m. Mary, dau. of
Humphrey Sandford, Esq. of The Isle of Eos.sall, co.
Salop, ami had five sons and a dau.,

1 John, who assumed, upon inheriting the estates of
his relative, Eichard Kill Waring, E.sq. (grandhon of
Adam Waring, Esq., before-mentioned), the name
and arms of Waring. This, the well-known Major
Scott- Waring, M.l". for Stockbridgc, m. twice, and c^.
5 May, 1819, leaving issue.

2 Eichard, H.E.I.C.S. distinguished in the Carnalic
war, wherein he commanded the 2Gth Battalion of
Bengal Sepoys, under Sir Eyre Coote, when engaged
against Hyder Ali. Subsequently, having attained
the rank of Lieut. -Col., he commanded the same
corps, under Earl Cornwalhs, in the war with Tippoo
Sahib. Col. Scott m. 1st, Miss Frances Jarretr, but
by her had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Miss Camac, dau.
of John Camac, Esq. of Green Mount, co. Louth, by
whom he hnd (with three daus., Letitia, m. Henry
Swann Oldfield, Esq.; Elizabeth, m. Lieut.-Col.
Liiard; and Maria Alicia, m. i\ 0. Wells, Esq.,
B.C.S.) one son,

Eichard Hastings, Bengal C.S., b. 21 Feb. 1796 ;
m. 1st, 16 Feb. 1829, Grace, youngest dau. of Eev.
H. Fisher, which lady (/. s. ^>., and 2ndly, 1834,
Elizabeth Ann, dau. of James Curtis, Esq., B.C.S.,
by whom he left at his decease, 1842, a son, Eev.
Eichard Folliott Scott, M.A., late Vicar of
Arlsey, Baldock, Herts, b. 5 Dec. 1835, who m. 26
April, 18.''9, Emily Ann, 2nd dau. and co-heir of
Charles Hammond, Esq. of Newmarket, banker,
and had issue, Eichard Curtis Folliott (liev.), 15. A.,
Rector of Astwiek-with-Arlsey, Beds, 6. 1860;
James Folliott, b. 1864 ; Hastings Curtis, b. 18G5 ;
Ellen Clare ; and Elizabeth Emily.

3 Jonathan, b. 1753, Capt. H.E.I.C.S. ; m. Anne, dau.
of Rev. Daniel Austin, M.A., Rector of Berrington,
Salop, by whom he left at his decease, 11 Feb. 1829,
an only surviving child, Anna Dorothea, m. 29
Oct. 1827, WiUiam Eichard Stokes, Esq. of Shrews-

4 F'olliott, m. Miss Mary Brookman, and had a son and
a dau., Jonathan and Dorothy, wife of James Saxby,

5 Henry, of Shrewsbury, H.E.I.C.S., held a distin-
guished post on the Bengal Establishment. He m.
Mary, dau. of John Scott, Esq. of Eyton, and had,
with several daus., an only son, Henry.

1 Dorothy, m. Henry Stokes, gent, of Loudon.
II. Benjamin, of whom we treat.
The 2nd son,

Benjamin Scott, Esq., bapt. 20 Sept. 1631, was sent out to
Barbados. He m. Susannah Brerewood, and had issue,
Eichard, of Barbados, to. Eliza, dau. and co-heir of John
Halt, Esq. of Berks, and had a dau., Elizabeth, jn. — War-
ner, Esq. of Antigua, and afterwards of Eltham, Kent.

The 2nd son,

Be.njamin Scott, of Eltham, Kent, 6. at Barbados 1665; m.
Mary, dau. and co-heir of John Halt, Esq. of Berks, and had
(with two daus., of whom the younger, Elizabeth, m. Major
John Quincliant, who fell at Fontenoy) three sous. Benjamin
Scott d. 1718. His 2nd son,

Eichard Scott, Esq., Capt. in the Old Buffs, b. 1695; m.
1728, his relative, Elizabeth, eldest dau. and co-heir of Jonathan
Scott, Esq. of Betton, near Shrewsbury (whose grandfather,
Eichard, was eldest son of Isaac Scott and Elizabeth Stephens
his wife), and dying 1767, was s. by his son,

Eichard Scott, of Betton, 6. 1731 ; m. Elizabeth, dr.u. of

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