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LiE Ansa Maria (now of Yoarle), dau. of the late
Professor Franz Horner, Koniglicher Eath, in Munich, Bavaria.

Arms and Creit — Same as Selbt of Biddlestone. Motto —
Sempei' sapit suprema.
£eat — Yearle, near Wooler.



SENHOUSE OF NETHEEHALL.

Pocklington-Sexhopse, Humpheet, Esq. of
Netherliall, Cumberland, and Ashby St. Ledgers,
Kugby, J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland, High Sheriff
1892, and J.P. co. Northampton ; Lieut. -Col.
iind Hon. Col. Westmorland and Cumberland
Yeomanry Cavalrv, b. 13 Aug. 1843 ; m. 29 April,
1879, Llorence Catherine, eldest dau. of the late
Turner A. Macan, of Carriff, co. Armagh, and
Elstow, Bedford, and has had issue,

I. Humphrey, b. 4 March, 1880 ; d. 1 Oct. 1889.
n. GcT Joseph, 6. 27 Oct. 1882.
ni. Oscar 'William, 6. 4 May, 1891.

I. Dorothy Elizabeth.

II. Blanche Violet Florence.

Lineage. — The family De SEWTNHorsE, De Sevenhouse,
«r De Senhocse, derives its surname from Hall Sevenliouse,
a district of Cumberland. The first of its members upon
record,

Walter de Sewtnhouse, Iiad a grant of the fifth part of the
township of Bolton, in the parish of Gosforth, from Alan de
Coupland, and likewise a grant of other lands in the same
parish from William de Wayberthwaite. These grants are
both without date, but are witnessed by Sir Adam de Lamp-
iugh, Ent., who lived in the time of Kings Eichaed I. and
John. From Walter descended,

JonN Senhouse, who vi. 1528, Elizabeth, elder sister and co-
heir of Richard EglesfieUl, son of Gawen Eglesfield, of Alne-
burgh Hall, High Sheriff Cumberland 9 Henry VIII. (which
Gawen was the descendant in a right line from John de Egles-
field, the elder brother of Eobert de Eglesfield, the founder of
■Queen's College, Oxford). This John Senhouse d. 1568, leaving
four sons,

Thomas, ancestor of the family of Senhouse of Seascale Hall,
Cumberland, now extinct in the male line.

Peter, of Ellenborougli Hall, d. unm.

John, of whom presently.

Eichard, Incumbent of Claughton, co. Lancaster.
The 3rd son,

John Senhouse, of Ellenborongh, is the person -whom
•Camden mentions in his Britannia as having collected with
great industry numerous Eoman stones, altars, lavers, and
statues, with inscriptions, which he had placed with much
taste in his houses and buildings, and as having enter-
tained, 1599, the celebrated antiquary himself and Sir Eobert
Cotton, of Conington, with great civility. He m. Anne, dau.
of John Ponsonby, Esq. of Hale Hall, and had, with other
issue,

Peter, his successor.

Simon, murdered near Dovenby, by Skelton, of Arma-
thwaite.

Eichaid, D.D., Fellow of St. John's, Cambridge, afterwards
Dean of Gloucester, consecrated Bishop of Carlisle 1624.

Eleanor, m. Henry Fictcher, Esq. of Moresby Hall.

Jane, m. Blennerhassett, of Flimby.

Elizabeth, m. William Briscoe, Esq. of Crofton.
Mr. Senhouse d. 1604, and was s. by his eldest son,
• Peter Senhouse, Esq. of Alneburgh, or Ellenborongh Hall,
otherwise Netherhall, Escheatorof cos. Cumberland and West-
morland, and High Sheriff for the former shire 3 Charles I.
lie?)i.Frances, dau. of Lancelot Skelton, Esq. of Armathwaite
Castle, Cumberland, and had, with other children, John, his
successor, and Thomas, of Long Newton, Cumberland. Peter
Senhouse d. 1654, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Senhouse, Esq. of Alneburgh Hall, m. Elizabeth, 3rd
dau. of Humphrey Wharton, Esq. of Gilllngwood, co. York,
«nd had, with other issue,

I. Humphrey, d. s. p. before his father.

II. John, successor to his father. ni. Eichard.

jv. Patricius, m. 1655, EUzabcth, dau. and heir of Thomas
Bromfield, Esq. of Hames HaU, Cumberland, and relict of
Henty Dalton, Esq. of Brigham. This gentleman's great
grandson,

Humphrey Senhouse, Esq. of Bridgfoot, Cumberland, J.P.,
Major of the Cumberland Militia, m. Isabella, dau. of
Viliiam Ponsonby, Esq. of Whitehaven (by Catherine



his wife, dau. and co-heir of John Senhouse, Esq. of the
same place), and left issue, at his decease, 1829,

1 Humphrey, Capt. in the Cumberland Militia, m. and
had issue.

2 William, of Lincoln's Inn, Barristcr-at-Law, d. 1829.

1 Catherine, m. Italph Cook, Esq. of Cauierton Hall.

2 JIary.

I. Wargari't, m. Henry Eglesfield, Esq. of Cross Canonby.
and</. 1091.

II. Elizabeth, m. William Nicholson. Esq.
Mr. Senhouse d. 1607, and was «. by his son,

John Senhouse, Esq. of Netherhall, Capt. in the army of
King Charles I. He m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Jerome Tolhurst,
Esq., Lieut. -Governor and M.P. of Carlisle, but had no issue.
He la. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Andrew Hudleston, Esq. of
Hutton John, Cumberland, and had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Andrew, killed at sea, fighting against the French.

III. Dudlej', drowned in the liver Lune.

IV. Peter, »i. Catherine, dau. of Skelton, of Branthwaite,
and had issue,

1 John, who had a son, Peter, who d. %awi., and a dau.
Catherine, m. William Ponsonby. Esq. of Whitehaven.

2 Itichard, M.D., who left a son, Peter, who d. unm. 1700.

V. Humphrey, of whom presently.

I. Dorothy, m. Patricius Senhouse, Esq. of Hame Hill.

II. Mary, m. Eichard Hichmond, Esq. of Crosby.
Capt. Senhouse d. 1667, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Se.shouse, Esq. of Netherhall, m. Jane, dau. of
Eichard Lamplugh, Esq. of Dovenby Hall, Cumberland, by
whom (who »4. 2ndly, Charles Orfeur, Esq. of Plurobland) he
had Eur\-iving issue at his decease 1694,

Mary, m. 1st, Francis Skelton, of Branthwaite, and 2ndly,
Eichard Butler, Esq. of lioclilTe, co. Lancaster.

Jane, hi. John Stephenson, Esq. of Baladool, Isle of Man.

Frances, d. xtnm.

Grace, vi. Richard, 2nd Viscount Shannon.

Isabel, m. John Fletcher, Esq. of Clea Hall, Cumberland.

Elizabeth, d. unm.

These ladies, who inherited as co-heirs of their father, disponed
of the demesne of Netherhall, and Manor of Alneburgh, or
Ellenborough, to their uncle,

Humphrey Senhouse. who thus became of Netherhall, or
Ellenborough. He /;;. Eleanor, dau. of William Kirby, Esq. of
Aslack, CO. Lancaster, and had issue,

Joseph Richard, d. unm. 1715.

Humphrey, his successor.

William John, d. umn. 1727.

Bridget, m. John Christian, Esq. of Unerigg Hall, and had,
with other issue, a dau. Mary, m. Edmund Law, D.D.,
Bishop of Carlisle, father of Edward, 1st Lord Ellen-
borough.

Johanna, m. Gustavus Thomson, Esq. of Arcleby.
Mr. Senhouse, High Sheriff Cumberland 1 George I., d. 1738,
and was s. by his son,

Humphrey Senhouse, of Netherhall, to. Mary, dau. and
ultimately co-heir of Sir George Fleming, 2nd Bart, of Eydal,
Bishop of Carlisle, and had issue,

I. Humphrey, his successor.

II. William, b. 1741, Lieut. E.N., and subsequently Surveyor-
General of Barbados and the Leeward Islands. He m.
Elizabeth, dau. of Samson Wood, Esq. of Barbados, Speaker
of the House of Assembly, and dying 1800, left, amongst
other issue,

1 William Wood, Comm. E.N., d. v. p. 1800.

2 Samson, of Ponsonby, Cumberland, m. IsOI, Mary, dau.
and co-heir of Nicholas Le Mesurier, Esq. of the island of
Guernsey, but had no issue.

3 Humphrey Fleming (Sir), Post Capt. E.N., K.C.H., m.
IblO, Elizabeth, dau. and eventually co-heir of Vice-
Admiral John Manley, of Plymouth, and left two daus.,
Elizabeth Mauley and Mary le Fleming; he d. 14 June,
1841.

4 George Septimus, Lieut. R.N., d. unm. 1808.

5 Edward Hooper, Comm. R.X.,?;i. 1815, Elizabeth Bis>>iop,
dau. of John Spooner, Esq. of Barbados, and d. 25 May,
18G3, leaving one son.

6 James Lowther (Eev.), Perpetual Curate of Sawley, co.
Derby, and Rector of Gosforth, in. 1824, Sliss Elizabeth
Brooks, and d. 5 Sept. 1844.

1 Mary Ward, m. John Barrow, of Barbados.

2 Johanna, d. 17 March, 1876.

3 Sarah, d. 13 Feb. 1869.

III. Joseph (Sir), in the H.E.I.Co.'b naval sei-vice, knighted
1783, b. 1743 ; to. Mary, dau. and co-heir of John Asliley,
Esq. of Ashbj' St. Ledgers, co. Northampton, and dying
1829, left surviving issue,

1 Joseph Ashley, H.E.I.C.S., d. 4 Dec. 1867.

2 Michael le Fleming, d. 1836.

3 Humphrey Dykes Ballantyne, d. 7 Dec. 1875.

4 William, an Officer in thearmy.



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SEN



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SEE



1 >raria. i,i. Joseph Gaitskell, M.D., of Bath, il. 30 Dec.
1872.

2 Catherine, d. U July, 1S71.

3 Sarah, d. 8 July, ISoo.

I. Mar)-, )ii. Eobert Gayle, Esq. of London.
Mr. Senhouse, High Sheriff Cumberland IG George II., d.
1770, and was s. by his eldest son,

HrMPHRET SEsuorsE, Esq. of Xetherhall, Lieut.-Col. Cum-
berland Militia, M.P. for Cockennouth 17SC, and for Ciunbcr-
land 1790. He vi. 17o8, Catherine, dau. of Tlionias Wood, Esq.
of Beadnell, Northumberland, and d. 1S14, leaving an only
child,

Hv.MPHBET Senhouse, Esq. of Alneburgh or EUcnborough,
Othenvise Nctherhall, Cmnberland, h. 27 Nov. 1773; d. 9
Aug. 1842; High Sheriff 1S26; ?«. 29 Sept. 1803, Elizabeth
l-'rances, dau. and co-heir of Kobert Charles Greaves, Esq.
(who afterwards assumed the surname of Ley) of Ingleby
Hill. CO. Derby, and by her (who d. 16 July, 1844) left issue,

HrMPHKET, 6. 16 April, 1809; d. 24 June. 1834.

Elizaueth, b. 28 April, 1805, m. 13 Oct. 1835, the late
Joseph PooKLiNGTON-SENHonsE, Esq. of Netherhall.

Catharine, d. 26 Jan. 18.'i3.

Ellen, m. 18 April. 1837, Capt. Goldie Taubman, of The
Nunnery, Isle of Man, and d. 28 Jan. 1838, leaving a son.
The eldest dau.,

Euzabeth SEXHorsE, of Netherhall, Cumberland, b. 28 April,
1805; m. 13 Oct. 1835, Joseph Pocklington, Esq. of Barrow
House, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1846 (who was 0. 21 Nov.
1804, and d. 17 Feb. 1874), and d. 6 May, 1890, having had
issue,

I. HuMPHKET, now of Netherhall.

I. Ellen, m. 15 May, lb62, Lieut.-Col. E. H. Lowe, late
Grenadier Guards, 3rd son of WilUani Drury Lowe, Esq. of
Locko Park, co. Derby, and d. 13 Sept. 1890, leaving issue.

II. Blanche, m. 2 July, 1856, Alfred, 4th Lord Scarsdale, and
d. 4 .April, lfe75, leaving issue.

III. Mary, m. 13 Nov. IStiO, Sir Wilfrid Lawson, 2nd Bart,
of lira J ton, and has issue.

IV. Fanny, ),!. 9 Aug. 1881, Beauchamp Prideaux Selby,
Esq. of Pawston, Northumberland, and lias issue.

Mr. Pocklington-Senhouse, who assumed his second surname
by royal licence 27 Sept. 1842, was 2nd son of Pioger Pockling-
ton, Esq. of Carlton House, Notts, by his wife, Jane {ui. 2
Feb. 1802) dau. of Sir James Campbell, Knt. of Inverneil, co.
Argyll.

<^;tmiltt of ^lotkltngton.

The very ancient family of Pocklington is supposed to have
derived, at an early period, its appellation from the town of
that name in the East Piiding of Yorkshire.

Tho.mas Pocklington (son of William Pocklington, living
temp. Henkt Vlll.) had the Chauntry lands in Coddington,
Notts, belonging to the Priory of St. Catherine, near Lincoln,
settled on him 44 Elizabeth. His son, John Pocklington, of
Collingham, was father, by Letitia his wife, of William Pock-
lington, of Collingham. who was one of the Grand Jury who
subscribed and sent instructions to the Knights of the Shire of
Nottingham, during the violent debates of 1642, in favour of
the King. By Mildred his wife he left, inter alios, a son,
EoGER Pocklington, of Newark, father of Hoger Pocklington,
of Kelham, Notts, who d. 31 Oct. 1720, leaving by Mary his
wife, dau. of Thomas Saxton, Esq., several children, of whom
was

KoGEE Pocklington, Esq. of Bassingham, co. Lincoln, b.
1669 ; ill. Ann, dau. of Thomas Haslam, Esq. of Newark, and
dying 1751, left a son,

William Pocklington, of Newark, Notts, b. 1694: m. 1734,
Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel llastall, Esq. of The Friary, Newark,
and d. July, 1764, having had issue, i. Eooer; ii. Joseph, of
Muskham House, Notts, and Barrow House, Cumberland,
I. 25 .April, 1736, d. unm. 31 May, 1817 ; and i. Mary, d.. nam.
8 March, ls09. The elder son,

KooER Pocklington, of Winthorpe Hall, Notts, b. 25 Oct.
1734; 'Hi. 2 March, 1774, Mary, eldest dau. .■md co-heir of
AVilliam Eoe, Esq. of Sudbrooke Hall, near Ancaster, co.
Lincoln, and d. 12 Oct. 1810, leaving Issue,

PiOGER, his heir.

Elizabeth, m. 12 Sept. 1804, Rev. Godfrey Gilbert Cooper,
tector of Ewhurst, Sussex ; d. 19 Feb. 1811.

The son,

lioGER Pocklington, Esq. of Carlton House, Notts, b. 10
Aug. 1775 ; );i. 2 Feb. 1802, Jane, dau. of Sir James Campbell,
Knt. of Inverneil, co. Argyll, and d. 25 April, 1847, having
had issue,

I. PiOGEK (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Walesby, Notts, and Rector
of Skegness, co. Lincoln, b. 15 Nov. Io02; ui. 1st, 17 Nov.



1S3I, Mary, 2nd dau. of George Hutton, Esq. of Carlton-on.
Trent, and had issue by her (who d. 20 May, 1864),

1 KoGER, the late Roger Pocklington-Coltman, Esq of
Hagnaby Priory (see thi't faiuiLv).

2 Bertram Mitford, b. 9 Oct. 1835; m.Dec. 1873, Georeina
dau. of George Caldwell, Esq. '

3 Evelyn, b. 12 March, 1837 ; m. 5 Sept. 1870, Elizabeth
Frances, dau. of Sir K. Bromhead, Bart., and has issue a
dau., Mary de Gonville, h. Dec. 1872. '

4 Duncan (,liev.), b. 18 June, 1841; d. 1 June, 1870
vnni. '

6 Joseph George, b. and d. 7 Julv, 1842.

1 Jlary Jane, »i. 15 Oct. 1874, Rev. II. Blanc, Rector of
Folkton, CO. York ; ti. 26 June, ls76.

2 Frances Elizabeth, iil. 2 July, 1801, Sir George Macpher-
son Grant, Ban. of Ballindallocli Castle, N.B.

He m. 2ndly, 8 March, 1866, Ann Amelia, dau. of A. Camp-
bell, Esq. of Fossil, co. Lanark, and Torus^y, co. Argyll.
He a. 30 May, 18d0.

II. Joseph, the late Joseph Pocklington-Senuodse, Esq. of
Nether Hall {eide ante).

III. Evelyn Henry Frederick, Lieut. -Gen., and late Director-
Gen, of Military Education, b. 18 Jan. 1811 ; vt. 19 Aug.
1847, Barbara Campbell, only child of A. Scott Bloomfleld,
Esq. of Hollywood, co. Wicklow, and had by her (who d.
23 Aug. 1863) issue, 1 Evelyn, 52nd Foot, 6. 13 June, 1843;
2 Frederick Charies, late 4th Hussars, 6. 18 July, 1849 ; m.
1879, EMza Amelia Adelaide, only dau. of C. P. Hoffmann,
Esq. and has issue, two sons; Archibald James, Lieut.
11. N., b. 9 June, 1851; 1 Alice Jane; 2 Edith Harriet; 3
Blanche Ellen; 4 Constance Mary. He yii. 2adly, 13 Dec.
1864, Harriett Fletcher, dau. of Vice-Admiral Carter, and
she d. 19 May, 1869. He d. 10 Aug. 1879.

I. Mary Elizabeth Agnes, d. unm 9 March, 1873.

II. Jane Augusta, m. 20 March, 1832, James Archibald
Campbell, Esq. of Inverawe, co. Argyll, and d. 11 July,
1842, leaving issue.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th or, a parrot ppr., a canton sa.,
for Senhouse; 2nd and 3rd erm., three bends az., on a chief or
as many martlets sa., for Pocklington. Crests— 1st, A parrot,
as in the arms, withalabelin its beak inscribed " Deogratias,"
for Senhouse; 2nd, A demi-leopard rampant ppr., holding it
the dexter paw an ostrich feather arg., for Pocklington.
Motto— Wdi victis.

Seats — Netherhall, Maryport, Cumberland ; and Ashby St.
Ledgers, Rugby.



SEKGISON OF CUCKFIELD.

Seegison, Charles Warden, Esq. of Cuckfield,
Sussex, J.P. and D.L., Lieut. Scots Guards, b. 25
Nov. 1867; m. 24 June, 1S91, Hon. Florence Emma
Louisa Hanbury-Trac_y, 2nd dau. of Cliarles, 4tli
Lord Sudelej, and has issue,

Prudence Ida Evelyn, b. 2 Sept. 1892.

Liineage. — The first member of this ancient family who
settled in Sussex was Charles Sergison, b. 1654, a Commis-
sioner in the R.N., and for many years M.P. for New Shore-
ham. He purchased the Cuektield estate about 1690. He d.
1732, and bequeathed the property to his nephew,

Tho.mas Warden, of Butler's Green, who assumed the name
of Sergison, and represented Lewes in Parliament from 1747
until 1708.

Francis .Sergison, a Capt. in the army, b. 1730; d. 1793,
leaving issue,

I. Warden, Col. Royal Horse Guards, m. Mary, dau. of W.
Kerr, Esq. of Northampton, and d. s. p. 1811.

II. Francis, Col. 02nd Foot, </. s. j). 1812.

I. Anne, m. 1799, the Rev. William St. Pritchard, who
assumed the name of Sergison on succeeding to the pro-
perty. They both d. 1848, leaving issue,

1 Warden George, late of Cuckfield.

2 Willi, im Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Slaugham, Sussex,
m. 1st, Janette Elizabeth, dau. of Jeremiah Ives, Esq. of
St. Catlierinc's Hill, Norwich, by whom (who d. 1846) he
had issue,

Charles Warden, l.iiut. 93rd Highlanders, killed at the

relief of Lucknow, March, 1858.
Albert William, m. Louisa, dau. of Capt. Hotham.
Anne, m. 12 Sept. 1854, Hon. St. John George Paul
Mettiuen, 2nd son of Paul, 1st Lord Methuen, and has
issue.
Victoria Janette, m. 7 June, 1866, Trevor Becher, Esq.,

son of John Becher, Esq. of Caversham Rise, Berks.
He ni. 2ndly, Catherine Frances Eleanora, 2nd dau. of
William Colegrave, Esq. formerly of Bracebridge Hall,
CO. Lincoln, and d. 15 June, 1874, having had issue,
William de Manby.

Isabel Mary Catherine, \Unfortunately burned to death,
Kathleen Agnes Emily, J 11 May, 1874.

Capt. Sergison's grandson.



SEE



THE LANDED GENTRY.



SEE



1821



Waiiden Geokge Sergison, Esq. of Cuckfield, Sussex, .6. 1801 ;
m. March, 1825, Editha, 3rd dau. of Sir Jacob Henry Astlcy,
5th Bart, of Melton Constable, Xorfolk, and Seaton Delaval,
Northumberland, whose eldest son. Sir Jacob Astley, was
summoned to Parliament by writ, as Baron Hastings, May,
1841, the abeyance of the barony, created by Edward I., 1290,
having been terminated inSir Jacob's favour. By her (who d.
1811} he had issue,

Warden, of Cuckfield.

Editha Agnes, m. May, 18SS, James Taylor, Esq., J.P., of
Kendcomb Park, co. Gloucester.

Adelaide Emily.

Emily, m. 1889, Kev. Asgill Colvile.

Mr. Sergison was a D.L. and J. P. for Sussex and Capt. 2nd
Sussex R.V. He d. 22 May, 1868, and was s. by his only son.
Warden Sergison, Esq. of Cuckfield Park, Sussex, Capt.
4th Queen's Own Hussars, J. P. and D.L., Hon. Major 2nd
Sussex K. v., b. 13 July, 1835; ni. 8Jan. 1867, Emilia, youngest
dau. of Sir William Gordon Gordon-Cumming, 2nd Bart, of
Altyre and Gordonstoun, and by her (who m. 2ndly, 1891,
Eev. Seymour Edgell) had issue,

I. Charles Warden, now of Cuckfield.

II. Michael Uelaval, b. 13 Sept. 1872; d. 11 Feb. 1888, at
Eton Coll.

I. Kyrie Adelaide, d. 1869, in India.

II. Editlia Elma, m. 6 Aug. 1890, Joseph H. Eussell Bailey,
D.L., Lieut. Clrenadier Guards, eldest son of Sir J. K.
Bailey, Bart. M.P., ol Glanusk Park, co. Brecon, and has
issue.

Capt. Sergison d. 16 July, 1888.

Arms — Arg., on a chevron, between three dolphins naiant
embowed sa., a plate between two fleurs-de-lis of the first.
Crest — A dolphin, as in the arms, wounded by an arrow trans-
versely arg. vulned ppr.

&aii— Cuckfield Park, and Butler's Green, near Hayward's
Heath ; and Slaugham Park, near Crawley, Sussex.



SEKJEANTSON OF HANLITH HALL.

Seejeantson, Cecil Mxles, Esq. of Hanlitli
Hall, CO. York, Lieut. Leicestershire Kegt., b. 3
April, 1871.

Lineage. — This family, settled at Kirby Malham since
1357, has held property at Hanlith, in the parish of Kirby-
Malham, for more than 300 years, and has been settled in
Yorkshire for more than 500 years.

Thomas Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith (which he purchased
in 1565), left lands at his death s. p., 1594, to his nephews,
George and Eobert Serjeantson, sons of his brother, Kobert.
Of these nephews,

PiOBERT Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith, had, by Elizabeth
his wife, a son,

William Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith, m. twice. By Ann
his first wife, he had two sons, Leonard and

Robert Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith, bapt. 1627, m. Alice,
dau. of John Lawson, Esq. of Malham, and had ason,

William Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith, J. P., b. 1G63; vi.
1st, Frances, dau. of Cuthbert Wade, Esq. of Kilnsey, Capt.
of Horse in the army of Charles I., and Capt. of Foot in the
trained Band of the County, and had

Robert, of whom presently.
He m. 2ndly, Jane, dau. and co-heir of John Walker, Esq. of
Hungerhill, by whom he had issue,

Richard, Capt. R.N., d. s. p.

Elizabetli, ra. Thomas Norton, Esq. of Grantley, and had a
son. Sir Fletcher Norton, Speaker of the House of Commons,
afterwards Lord Grantley.

Alice, m. Thomas King, Esq. of Skellands.

Jane, m. John Tennant, Esq. of Chapel House, Skipton.
The elder son,

Robert Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith, 6. 1683 ; m. Mary,
sister of John Smith, Esq. of Newland Park, he had (with
three daus., Alice, m. 1st, Thomas Archdale, Esq., and 2ndly,
Thomas Trant, Esq. ; Sarah, m. Dennis Brown, Esq. of
Shetlield; and Mary, d. s. ji.) a son,

William Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith and Wakefield, b.
1716; m. 1736, Susanna, dau. and sole heir of Thomas Moore,
M.D., of Wakefield, and had issue (with a dau. Susanna, wife
of Gen. Prescott), a son,

William Serjeantson, Esq. of Hanlith and Wakefield, who
jii. l.st, Jane, dau. and co heir of Edward Rookes Leedes, Esq.
of Royds Hall, by whom he had issue,

I. William Brookes Leedes, of Hanlith and Camphill, J. P.
and D.L., Lieut.-Col. 1st Dragoon Guards, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Henry Dawkins, Esq. of Over Norton, co. Oxford,



and Standlinch, Wilts, by Lady Juliana his wife, dau. of
Charles, 2nd Earl of Portmore, and d. 1840, having by her
(who d. 1831) had issue,

William Leedes, Capt. Coldstream Guards, d. s. p.

George John, of Hanlith Hall, and Camphill, co. York,
J. P. and D.L.,b. 1800; m. 1836, Emma (who rf. 1869),
dau. of Robert Chaloner, Esq. of Guisborough, by his
wife, Hon F'rances Laura Dundas, dau. of Thomas, 1st
Lord Dundas, and Lady Charlotte Fitzwilliam his wile.

Juliana Mary, m. Rev. Henry B. Cooke, Rector of Dar-
field.

Elizabeth Henrietta, m. George Lloyd, Esq. of Cowsby
Hall.

Jane Frances, d. s. p.

Caroline Susanna, m. Rev. Pennyman Wolsey, Canon of
Ripon.

II. Edward, d. s. p.

He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth dau. and co-heir (with her sister
Eleanor, wife of Hon. and Rev. James Willoughby) of James
Hobson, Esq. of York, and had

III. James, Rector of Kirby Knowle and Bagby, to. Mary,
dau. of Peter Bel!, Esq. of Thirsk Hall, and had issue,

1 Hobson James, Major 50th Light Infantry, m. Fanny
Buckle, and (/. in India, leaving two daus., Mary, m.
Col. Alexander Stewart, Madras army, and F'rances, m.
Jolin Walker, Esq. of Mount St. John.

2 Peter, of Liverpool, to. Eliza, dau. of Thomas Jordan,
Esq., andrf. Feb. 1858, having had issu.e, 1 James Jordan
(Rev.), Rector of St. Michael's, Lichtield, b. 18S5, m. 1868,
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Thomas Buckley, Rector of St.
Thomas, Manchester, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of
Jonathan Akroyd, Esq. of Woodside, Halifax, and d.
1886, leaving Cecil Mtles, now of Hanlith Hall,
Ronald, Lovelace, Mildred, Edith, and Monica; 2
William Francis, 6. 1b37, d. unm. 1877; 3 Peter, b.
1839, m. Katherine Evans, and d. 1875, leaving a dau.
Katharine; 1 Elizabeth; 2 Mary Ellen, m. Lieut.-Col.
Valentine Clayton, R.E. ; 3 Emma.

3 Edward, Rector of Kirby Knowle and Bagby, m. Emma,
dau. of C. Walker, Esq., but d. s.p. 1857.

4 Charles, Lieut. R.N., d. s.p.

5 Arthur, to., and d. 1852, leaving two daus., Julia and
Kate Edith.

1 Emma, ra. Josiah Stokes, Esq. of Liverpool.

2 Elizabeth, m. John Wood, Esq., M.P. for Preston.

3 Emily, m. Henry Bean, Esq., and d. s. p.

4 Julia, m. Rev. Morton E. Wilson, Rector of Kirk
Sandal.

IV. Robert, of the 51st Eegt., and Major West York
Militia, m. Isabella, dau. of William Doiman, Esq. of
Harbour Hill, Kinsale, and had issue,

1 William, of Hanlith, Tasmania, Capt. 40th Regt.,
present at Waterloo, vi. Slarion, dau. of Richard WiUis,
Esq., J. P., M.L.C., of Wanstead, in Tasmania, and was
killed in "Van Dieman's Land. He liad William, m.
Emily, dau. of Rev. R. Meyrick, of Ludlow ; Jlarian
Isabel Sarah, m. Aug. 1863, Edmund Jeffreys, Esq. of
Ceylon.

2 Robert James, Vicar of Snaith, co. York, in. 1828, Maria
Charlotte, eldest dau. and eventually co-heir of Vice-
Admiral Ballard, of Bath, and of Coates Hall, co. York,
and(/. Oct. 1861, having had issue, William James (Rev.),
M.A., Winestead Rectory, near Hull, 6. 7 June, 1831, m.
6 Aug. 1867, Emily, eldest dau. of John Maister, Esq. of
Camblesforth Hall and Beverley, and has a son, Robert
Leonard, b. 11 June, 1868, and a dau. Mary Ethel ;
Nicholas Edmund ; Anna Maria, m. 1S59, Frank Henry
Eadon Eadon, Esq., eldest son of Henry Eadon, Esq. of
Snaith and Whitley ; Emily Isabella, m. Charles Lionel
FitzGerald, of Turlough Park, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff of Mayo ; Maria Frances, m. J. H. Braithwaite,
Esq. of Liverpool.

1 Mary, d. 1862. 2 Elizabeth, d. 1874.

3 Isabella, d. 1884. 4 Sarah, d. 1870.

Arms — Paly of six or and sa., on a bend az. a sn-ord ppr.
Crest — A cherub's head and wings displayed ppr. Motto — Pro
aris et focis.

Seats — Hanlith Hall, Craven ; Camphill, near Bedale.



PEABCE-SEROCOLD late OE CHEKRY-
HINTON.

Peaece-Seeocold, Charles, Esq., of Taplow
Hill, Bucks, b. 28 Aug. 1827 ; m. 1859, Marie, ilau.
of Col. George St. Leger Grenfell, and has issue,

I. Oswald, b. 24 July, 1865.

II. Eric, Lieut. King's Royal Rifles, b. 18 July, 1870.

III. Charles, b. 1872



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