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and left (with
two daus., Frances and Catherine) two sons, Fbedebick and
Henry. The latter d. wn??!. The former,

Frederick Lidwill, Esq. of Dromard, m. 1326, Christiana,
■dau. of 'William Hutcliinson, Esq. of Timoney, co. Tipperary,
andby her (who d. 1833) had issue (with a dau., Anna, who m.
1853, Capt. \V. J. Hoare, 7th Eoyal Fusiliers, and d. 1856,
leaving a dau., Anna Maria) a son, George. Mr. Lidwill d.
1868, and was s. by his son, the present George Lidwill, of
Dromard, late Capt. 19th Hegt., who sen-ed in the Eastern
Campaign of 1854-55, in Turkey and the Crimea, in the Light
Division ; was present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman,
.and received his company by the death of Capt. Ker in the
latter engagement.

Jnns — Arg., fretty gu., on a chief of the second, three
Jeopards' faces or. Crest — A lion rampant sa. crovr ned with an
Irish crown. Motto — Vis unita fortior.

<Seot — Dromard, Templemore, co. Tipperarj-.



LIDWILL, OF CLONMORE.
Ltd"WILL, Eobeet Ateij;s, Esq. of Clonmore,
CO. Tipperarj", and Eosemount, Australia, late
Lieut. E.. Limerick Fusiliers (Militia), b. 24 April,
1840 ; 7)1. 27 Jan. 1866, Mary Jane Cowen, dau. of
"William Florance, Esq. of Richmond, M.D., by
Elise his wife, dau. of Count Louis Massena, one
of the private physicians of Napoleon I., and has
issue,

Mark Cowley, b. 7 April, 137S.
Matilda Florance.

Lineage. — The immediate ancestor of the Clonmore
Lidwills (see Lidwill of Dromard) was

Mark Lidwill, Esq. of Clonmore, Cormackstovra, and
Annfield, High Sheriff of Tipperary 1779 ; wi. 8 Dec. 1874, Lucy,
dau. of Michael Scanlan, Esq., J.P., of Ballyneha, co. Limerick,
and had issue,

I. Thomas, of Clonmore.

II. Michael, of Beaks^own, co. Tipperary, r,i. Miss Dorah
Scully, and had issue.

III. Murk, d. unm. in India.

I. Lucy, d. mint.

II. Isniay, m. Capt. John Payne, 45th Eegt.. and had an only
child, Agnes Mary Payne, m. 1838, Piodolphus Scully, Esq.
of Bloomfield.

The eldest son,

Thomas Lidwill, Esq. of Clonmore, J. P. and D.L., m.
10 Oct. 1796, Mary, eldest dau. of Kobert Atkins, Esq. of Fir-
ville, CO. Cork, J. P., and rf. 1822, leaving with four daus. (1
Mary, lii. 25 Aug. 1326, John Browne, Esq. of Clonboy and



Lisnagry, J. P. co. Clare; 2 Lucinda., rt. Capt. Sayers; 3 Helen
Ormsby, m. Eev. George Wilkinson, Eector of Williamstown,
Victoria ; 4 Ismay, in. 1836, Thomas Anthony Southwell Browne,
see Browne of Clcmboy), two sons, Thomas, the younger, m.
1835, Delia Kussell, of Mount Eussell, co. Cork, and left daus.
only. The elder son,

Egbert Atkins Lidwill, Esq. of Clonmore and Cormacks-
town, J. P., m. Isabella, dau. of Christopher Delmege, Esq.,
J. P. and D.L., of Castle Park, co. Clare, and Mount Henrj-,
CO. Limerick, and d. 1850, leaving issue,

I. EoBEBT Atkins, now of Clonmore.

II. Thomas, B.N., d. unm. in China.

I. Matilda, m. her cousin, Thomas Brown, Esq. of H.M.
Paymaster-General's Office, Whitehall, who rf. i. p. Jan.
1877.

II. Mary, m. 1875, Henry Loftus Hogen, Esq.

III. Isabella, to. George Wyndham Maunsell, Esq., J. P., of
Fort McLeod, British America, son of Eev. Richard Maun-
sell, of CO. Limerick.

Arins — Arg., fretty, gu., on a chief of the second, three
leopards' faces, or.

Crest — A Uon rampant, sa., crowned with an Irish crown.

Mottoes — Vis unita fortior. Malo niori quam foedarl.

Residences — Clonmore, Kilmanogue, co. Tipperary; Eosc-
mount, Australia ; 3, Stafford Terrace, Philiimore Gardens,
Kensington, W.



INNES-LILLINGSTON OF WEST
TOKBINGTON.

IxNES-LlLLiyGSTON, FREDERICK GeOEGE, Esq.

of West ^.Torrington, co. Lincoln, late of Bartley
Lodge, Hants, Lieut. E.N., retired, and formerly
Major Artillery Militia, b. 15 Ji-me, 1849 ; m. 3
Oct. 1871, Frances Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of William
O'Brien, Esq., and had issue,

I. Frederick Francis Innes, b. 1 June, 1377.

II. Hugh "William Innes, 6. 16 Aug. ls7s.

III. .Jack Lindsay Innes, b. 6 Aug. 1882.

IV. Arthur Donat Innes, 6. 23 Sept. 1836.

I. Kathrine Margaretta Innes. ii. Constance Sibyl Innes.
III. Mary Emilie Innes. iv. Dorothy Evelyn Innes.

V. Hilda Frances Innes.

Lineage. — TheSpooners camo originally from the borders
of cos. Warwick and Worcester. Their brasses are to be found
in Tamworth Church, but at a later period they appear as pos-
sessors of Henwood Hall, in the parish of Solihull. Elmdon
Hall was purchased by Abraham Spooner from the family of
Baynes in 1760. The arms and crest borne by the Spoonebs
of Wickhamford, 1589, 32 Elizabeth, were confirmed at the
Visitation co. Warwick, 1683 (K 3, fol. 179).

Abraham Spoon-eb, Esq., b. 1690 (son of Abraham Spooner,
and grandson of John Spooner, of Handsworth), m. 1st, Anne,
dau. of George Birch, Esq. of Harbourn. co. "Warwick, and
sister of Sir Thomas Birch, one of the Judges in the reign of
George II. ,by whom he had an only dau., Ann, ?ji. Capel
Bond, Esq. of Coventry, and d. s. p. 1814. He m. 2ndly, Anne,
dau. of Eichard Knight, Esq. of Downton Castle, co. Hereford,
and by her had issue. The eldest son,

Isaac Spooner, Esq., b. 1736; m. Jan. 1770, Barbara, eldest
dau. of Sir Henry Gough, 1st Bart., of Edgbaston, and sister
of Henry, IsC Lord Calthorpe, and by her (who rf. March, 1326)
had issue,

I. Abraham, of Elmdon, his heir.

II. Isaac, b. 1774; m. Lucy, dau. of John Tyler, Esq. of Bed-
lands, CO. Gloucester, and had issiie. His son, Isaac, of
AVightwick, Wolverhampton, J.P., M.A., Barrister-at-Law,
m. 1863, Charlotte Augusta, dau. of John Chalfleld Tyler,
Esq., and has issue, Charles Herbert.

III. Henry, of London, banker, b. 1776; m. Anne Jane, dau.
of Nathaniel Palmer Johnson, Esq. of Burleigh Fields, co.
Leicester, and rf. 19 April, 1849, leaving issue an only dau.
and heir, Barbara Anne, to. 26 March, 1832, Eev. George
Lillingston, M.A.

IV. William (Ven.), Archdeacon of Coventry, and Eector of
Elmdon, 6. Aug. 1778; m. 11 Sept. 1810, Anna Maria Sidney,
dau. of Eight Hon. Sir Lucius O'Brien, 3rd Bart, of Dromo-
land, CO. Clare, and d. 2 Sept. 1857, and by her (who rf. 24
Dec. 1846) had issue,

1 William, of Walton Lodge, near Stafford, J. P., M.A.,

Oriel Coll. Oxford, Barrisier-at-Law and Judge of the

County Court for North Staffordshire, b. 14 July, 1811:

';/!. 6 Oct. 1841, .Jane Lydia. youngest dau. of John Wilson,

Esq. of Seacroft Hall, and Cliff HdU, co. York, D.L., and

d. 19 May, 1880, leaving,

William Archibald (Rev.), M.A., 10, Eeble Terrace,

Oxford, Fellow of New CoU. Oxford, 6. 22 July, 1844:

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?ii. 12 Sept. 1878, Francos Wycliffe, 3rd dau. of Eight
liev. Harvov Goodwin, D.D., Bishop of Carlisle.
Henry Maxwell (Kov.), M.A., Fellow of llafrtlalen Coll.
Uxford. Viear of liou.cliton, Faversham, (). 9 Jlay, 1840 ;
in. 12 Oct. 1875, Catlierine. 2nd dau. of the KigUt Kev.
Harvey Goodwin, D.D., Bishop of Carlisle.
?Iary Anna.

.lanet Sarah. )H. 25 July, 1S71, Henry Salt, Esq. M.D.,
■if Gordon Square, London.
Catharine Barbara.
2 Lucius Henry, m. 18.53, Margaret, dau. of R. Neville
i'arker, Esq., and has issue, five sons and three daus.
i Edward ^Very Kev.), Rural Dean and Rector of Had-
leigh. and Pean of Hocking, M.A.. ti. 1821 ; m. 9 June,
18.^7, Octavia, dau of Sir Oswald Mosley, 2nd Bart., of
RoUcston Hall, co. Stafford.
4 Gerard, m. 18.')4, JIary Catherine, dau. of Thomas P.
Bo"land, Esq., J. P. co. Cork, and has six sons and three
daus.
r> Charles, );;. 1853, Frances Susan, dau. of D. Trinder,
Esq., and had issue, three sons and two daus.

1 Anna Maiia, m. Henry Selfe Selfe, Esq., and has issue,
four sons and three daus.

2 Barbara Mary.

3 Elizabeth.

4 Frances Anne, m. 1838, Very Rev. E. Bowles Knottes-
ford Fortescue, of Alveston Manor, Stratford-on-.\von.

i> Catherine, m. 1843, the Most Rev. Archibald Campbell
Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury, and d. 1 Dec. 1878.

V. r.ichard, of Eirniingham, Banker, J. P. and D.L., MP.
for Birmingham, and afterwards for North Warwickshire,
(i. 1783; VI. 20 Dec. 1804, Charlotte, d.au. of Nathan
^\■elherell, D.D., Dean of Hereford, and sister of Sir
Charles Wetherell, and d. 1864, leaving by her (who d. 1860;
ii^.^ue,

1 Richard, of the Bombay Civil Service, m. Mary Anne
Hathway, and d. 1867, leaving two sons and three daus.

2 Isaac (Rev.), M..A.., Vicar of Edgbaston, Birmingham.
b. 2 Sept. 1808; ra. 3 Oct. 1843, Eliza St. George, eldest
child of Gen. Ord, R.E.

1 Barbara, m. Hev. W. H. G. Mann, Vicar of Bow don,
CO. Chester, and has two children.

2 Eliza, '111. T. C. Hamilton, Esq. and had issue.

VI. John, 6. 1785.

I. Barbara, m. 1797, William Wilberforce, Esq., M.P.

II. Ann, m. Rev. Edward Vansittart Ncale, of AUesley Park,
CO. Warwick.

III. Eliza, d. unm.

Mr. Spooner d. June, 1813, and was s. by his son,

Abraham Spoomee, Esq. of Elmdon Hall, co. Warwick, h.
1770; m. 1797, Elizabeth Mary Agnes, only dau. and heiress of
Luke Lillingston, Esq. of Ferriby Grange, co. York, and by her
(Who d. 6 Jan. 1830) he had issue,

I. Isaac William, to. 9 Jan. 1832, Katherine Innes, only
dau. of Hugh Lindsay, Esq. and great-niece and sole heiress
of Sir Hugh Innes, of Balmacara House, and d. 3 Oct. 18.'>0,
leaving by her (who d. 19 Oct. 187o) an only son, Frederick
Geobge iNNES-LiLLiNGSTON, Esq., and two daus., Charlotte
Lydia Agnes, and Katharine Zeller Graham.

II. Charles, m. 1827, Haniette, only dau. of Rev. Charles
William Fonnereau, of Christ Church, Suffolk, and had
issue.

III. Alfred, of The Lodge, .Southwold. Suffolk, J.P., m. 1st,
July, 1832, Ann JIaria, 2nd dau. of John Iharpe, Esq. of
Chippenham Park, near Newmarket, which lady d. Ib54 ;
and 2ndly, 22 Jan. 1857, Mary Grey, dau. of Capt. Thomas
Monck Mason, K.N., by whom he left issue at his decease,
3 March, 1866,

1 Charles Alfred Gordon Lillingston.

1 Wilhelmina Mary. 2 Constance Eleanor.

IV. George (Rev.), M.A., m. 26 June, 1832, Barbara Anne,
only child of Henry Spooner, Esq., Capt. 10th Hussars, and
d. 29 March, 1849, leaving by her (who d. 1859), three daus.
and one son, the present George William Johnson, Esq. of
Ulverscroft, co. Leicester, who took the name of Johnso.n
insiead of Lillingston {see that aaiae).

V. Edward.

Club — Junior United Scnicc.



LINDESAY OF LOUGHRY.
LiNLiESAT, Henet Eichard Ponsonbt, Esq. of
Louglirv, CO. Tyrone, Lieut.-Col. Reserve of officers,
late tiOth Eifles and 20th Eegt., b. 27 July, 1843 ;
*. to the Lougliry property by ■will of his cousin,
the late Feederick Johx Saxdts Lindesay,
Esq. of Loughry.

liineaee.— This family is descended from the ancient
House of the Lords Lindesay, of The Byres, co. Haddington,
N.B.

The first who settled in Ireland, upon the confiscation of the



O'Neills in Ulster, were two brothers, Bernard Lindesat, of
Lough Hill, CO. Haddington, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to
King James VI., and Robert Lindesay, Esq., Chief Harbinger
to that monarch, sons of Thomas Lindesay, of Lingswork, ia
Ldth, which Thomas held several offices of hiuh honour and
trust, .IS well as emolument, under Mary, Queen of Scotland,
and her son. King James VI., such as Searcher-General of
Leith, in 1562, which he resigned in favour of his son, Bernard,
on the 1.5th Oct. 1594. In Oct. 1580, he held the office of
Snowdon Herald, and is also described as Snowdon Herald oa
the 15th Oct. 1594. King James provided, not only for him,
but his family, by pensions, <fec. : to his daus., Agnes and
Elizabeth, out of the rents and tithes of the Abbey of North
Berwick ; also to his sons, Bernard, Thomas, and Robert, from
other lands belonging to the Friars of Linlithgow. Thomaij
Lindesay, the Snowdon Herald, and Searcher-General of Leith,
was living 15 Oct. 1594. His son,

Robert Lindesay, Esq. of Leith, Chief Harbinger and
Comptroller of the Artillery to King James I. in Scotland,
obtained from that monarch a grant of the manor and lands
of Tullahoge, Loughry, &c., co. Tyrone, by Patent dated
21 June, 1611. He m. Janet Acheson, and by her (who sur-
vived him, and was living 1619) he had a son and successor.

Robert Lindesay, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, who
obtained a second patent of the said manor and lands oi
Loughry and Tullahoge, described therein as Manor Lindesay,
in the I4th year of the reign of Chakle>! I., and who built th*
mansion house of Loughry in 1632, which was burnt by the
rebels in 1641, and rebuilt by him in 1671. He was an officer
in the royal army at the battle of Worcester. He m. Margaret,
dau. of James Richardson, Esq. of Castle Hill, co. Tyrone ;
and d. 18 May, 1674, aged 70, having had issue (with three
daas.) three sons,

I. Robert, of whom presently.

II. Alexander, of Cahoo, present with his brother Robert at
the siege of Derry, in defence of which city he is stated to
have lost his life, 16s9. From him descended,

Walter Lindesay, Esq. of Glen View, co. Wicklow, J. P.
for cos. Wicklow and Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 10 Api il,
1808; TO. 1st, 1830, Thomasine Jane, only dau. of Robert
Jcphson, Esq., and niece of Sir Richard M. Jephson, 1st
Bart., which lady d. 1830; 2ndly, 28 March, 1838, Harriet
Cole, 2nd dau. of William Cornish, Esq. of Mi.razion-,
Cornwall, D.L. and J. P., and rf. 1877, leaving issue,
Walter Brocas (Rev.), M.A., late Lieut. Louth Rifles, I/.
25 Dec. 1848; to. 1871, Agnes, dau. of Rev. Richard
Gibbings, D.D.
Nora Cole. Harriet Mary Ana Foster.

Frances Honora.

III. WiUiam, described in a deed of 1G67 as having " gone to.
parts beyond sea."

The elder son,

Robert Lindesay, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, a refugee
and defender in Derry during the siege, m. Anne, dau. of
John Morris, Esq. of Bellrille, co. Tyrone ; and d. 1691, leaving
issue,
I. Robert, of Loughry and Tullahoge, M.P. co. Tyrone, 1726,
Judge of the Common Fleas 1733, 6. 1679. This genllemaa
was the intimate friend of Dean Swift. He m. 1707, Elizas
both, dau. of Edward Singleton, Esq., of Drogheda, and
sister of Henry Singleton, Esq., Lord Chief Justice of the
Common Pleas, Ireland, and afterwards Master of the Rolls,
in that kingdom, and had issue one son and one dau.,
1 Robert, d. an infant.
1 Anne, d. unm.
It. John, of whose line we treat.
The eldest son, Judge Lindesay, having d. s. p. 1742, was s. by
his brother,

John Lindesay, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, b. 1686 ;
■ill. 1744, Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Bellingham Mauleverer,
Rector of Maghera, co. Derry, and granddau. of Wm. Nicol-
son. Archbishop of Cashel; and d. 1761, leaving a son and
successor,

Robert Lindesay, Esq. of Loughry and Tullahoge, M.P. for
Dundalk 1781, a Deputy Governor of Tyrone, Assistant-Bar-
rister CO. Tyrone, b. 11 April, 1747 ; m. 1777, his second cousin,
Jane, eldest dau. and co-heir of Thomas Mauleverer, Esq. of
Arncliffe Hall, co. York, and by her (who was b. 24 July, 1753,
and d. 18 April, 1826) had issue,

John, Lieut. 3Gth Regt., and afterwards Lieut.-Col. Royal
Tyrone Militia, Mayor of Cashel 1825, 6. 29 Feb. 1780;
TO. Maryannc, dau of Richard Penncfather, Esq. of New
Park, CO. Tipperary, M.P. for Cashel; and d. in the life-
time of his father, Nov. 1826, leaving an only son, Johit
Lindesay, Esq., D.L , Lieut. 23id, and afterwards Lieut, in
the 7th Royal Fusiliers, High Sheriff 1840, b. 16 March,
1808: s. to the family estate on the death of his grand-
father, 1832. He TO. Harriott He.ster, dau. of the Right



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Hon. CliarlesWatliin Williams- Wynn, M.P., of Langedwin,
brother to Sii- Watltin Williams-Wynn, Bart., M.P., of
Wynnstay, co. Denbigh, but d. s. p. 1 Aug. 1348, and
was s. by his uncle, Fbedebick Lindesat, Esq. late of
Loughry.

Kobert, d. an infant.

!Fbedeeick, of Loughry.

Thomiis (Kev.). Rector of Upper Cumber, m. 1st, 1 Dec. 183.5
Harriet Catherine, dau. of the Hon. and Kight Eev. Kichard
Ponsonby, Lord Bishop of Derry, which lady d. 1836 ; and
•2ndly, 28 March, 1810, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heiress of
Henry Coddington, Esq. of Oldbridge, co. Meath, by his w ife
•Eleanor Hamilton, of Brown Hall ; and d. ISOO, leaving
issue,

1 Bobert Thomas, b. 1841 ; d. unm. 1862.

2 Henry Richard Ponsonby, now of Loughry.

3 Thomas, m. 1 Aug. 1874, Inez Eva Isabel, dau. of Lieut. -
Col. the Hon. Ponsonby Peacocke, of Hawthornden,
Howick, Nev/ Zealand. 4 Frederick. 5 John.

C Abraham Hamilton, Lieut. R.N., d. 17 j\pril, 18SS.
7 Edward, Capl. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. ; ra. Eva,
dau. of Surg. -Col. James Davis.
S William O'Neill.

1 Ellen Jane.

2 Elizabeth Frances, m. Charles Stewart, Esq. of Horn-
head, CO. Donegal. 3 Isabella.

Jane, of 28, Imperial Square, Cheltenham.

Sarah, m. James Cranbounie Strode, Esq.. cousin, both by
father and mother, to the 2nd Marquess of Salisbury.

Eliza, m. Col. Joshua Cooper, of Markree.

Mary, m. Bellingham Mauleverer, Esq.

Fanny, m. Col. O'Neill.

Anne, d. unm.
Mr. Lindesay d. 6 Jan. 1832, and was s. in the family estate by
Ids grandson, John Lindesay, who, having d. without issue,
1848, was s. by his uncle,

Fbedebick Lindesay, Esq. of Loughry, J.P. andD.L.,M.A.,
Barrister-at-Law, High Sheriff 1859, h. 2 Jan. 1792; m. 1st,
23 Sept. 1823, Agnes Cornish Bayntun, eldest dau. and co-
heiress of Sir Edwin Bayntun Sandys, Bart, of Miserden Park,
•CO. Gloucester, and Hadlington Hall, co. Oxford ; and by her
(who d. 10 May, 1842) had issue,

I. Robert, late 30th Regt., Capt. Royal Tyrone Fusiiiers
Militia; d. 1870.

II. Fbedebick John Sandys, of Loughry, Major formerly
3rd Dragoon Guards, 4th Hussars and 17th Regt. ; b. 1830 ;
d. 16 Oct. 1877, and was s. by his brother.

III. Thomas Edward, Lieut. 27th Bengal Native Infantry,
killed in Imiia, 10 June, 1857.

IV. Joshua Edwaed Chaeles Coopeb, late of Loughry, J.P.
and D.L. , Lieut.-Col. 3rd batt. East Lancashire Regt., late
;50th Regt., b. 14 Feb. 1833, d. 1 Feb. 1893, and was s. by
his cou.ein.

I. Jane Mauleverer Agnes, d. unm. 20 July, 1840.
it. Philippa Allen, in. Capf. Robert John Knox, J. P., late of
the Carabineers (6th Dragoon Guards), and of Cahirleske,
CO. Kilkenny, and has issue, three sons and eight daus.
in. Agnes Sarah, m. John iiagwell, Esq. of Lisronagh. co.
Tipperary, and has issue, Frederick : Edward ; Percy ;
Blanche, m T. Haman, Esq.; Pauline; Edith, m. Capt.
Hinde, 12th Royal Lancers ; Alice.
He m. 2ndly, Nor. 1856, Charlotte, 4th surviving dau. of Heniy
Charles Boyle MacMurrough Murphy, Esq., late of Hume
.Street, Dublin, by Susan his wife, dau. of John Jacob, Esq.,
M.D., of Maryborough, Queen's Co., and had Issue,

V. AVilliam Frederick, B.A., Oxon, 6. 1857, Curate St.
Stephen's Church, Wandsworth.

VI. Charles de la Poire Crawford, C.E., 6. 1 Julv, 1861 ; m.
J889, Amy Carleton, dau. of George Howard Bigg-Wither
(see BiGG-WiTHEB or' Manydaicn and Tcurgier Parks,
Hants.).

Tii. Alexander Robert Knox, d. an infant.

Mil. Victor Edward Hugh, b. 1869.

IX. Robert Thomas Mauleverer, 6. 1870.

IV. F'lora Charlotte Helena, m. 24 May, 1893, Rev. Octavius
Frederick Pigot, Chaplain of H.M. Prison, Wandsworth.

V. Emmeline Stuart.

VI. Bendreda Philippa, d. an infant.
vii. Alexandra Phiiippa Anna.

5tr. Lindesay d. 10 July, 1S71.

Ann.1 — Gu., a fess chequy arg. andaz. between three mullets
nil chief of the second and a crescent ppr. in base. Crest — A
.->«an, wings clusert ppr.

iSeuts — Loughiy, Tullyhogue, co. Tyrone.



Liineagre. — Samhel Lindow (son of Jonas Lindow, by
Agnes Matson, of Tytup Hall, co. Lancaster) m. Elizabeth
Armstrong, of Kendal, Westmorland, and had a son,

Jonas Lindow, Esq. of Cleator Mains, co. Cumberland,
u! . 30 May, 1797, Ruth Brockbank, and by her (who d. "22 Juno,
1831) left i.ssue at his decease, 17 Feb. 1846,

Samuel, of Ingwell.

John, late of Ingwell, and of Ehen Hall, Cumberland.

Ruth, d. 1873.

Mary, m. George William Lindow, Esq., d. .?. p.

Agnes, m. 1836, Isaac Burns, Esq. of Whitehaven, and d.
1375, leaving one surviving son,

Jonas Lindow Bubns-Lindow, of Irton Hall (which see).
The elder son,

Samukl Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1862, 6. 21 June, 1799 ; d. 10 Jan, 1871, and was «. by
his brother,

John Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell and Ehen Hall, J.P. and I) L.,
High Sheriff 1874, b. 1801 ; m. 31 Aug. 1843, Anne Eliza, dau.
of John Jackson, Esq. of Whitehaven, and by her (who d. 1877;
had issue,

JoNAs, now of Ingwell.

Agne.s, d. young. Eliza Mary. Ruth, d. young.

Mr. John Lindow d. 20 Feb. 1878, and was s. by his son.

Arms— Erm., on a chevron dovetailed between three sinister
hands couped at the wrist gu. as many fountains. Crest — A
lion rampant gu. semee of buckles or, and holding between the
paws a fountain. Motto — Vi et virtute.

Seats— Ehen Hall, Cleator, Carnforth ; and Ingwell, White-
haven, CO. Cumberland.



LINDOW OF IN&WELL.

LiyDOW, Jonas, Esq. of Ingwell and Elien Hall,
CO. Cumberland, M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxford, J.P.
and D.L., High SlierJ:£f 18S3, late Westmorland
and Cumberland Yeomanrj Cavalry, S. 17 May,
1847.



LINDOW OF IRTON HALL.

BtJEXs-LixDOW, Isaac William, Esq. of Irton
Hall, Cumberland, Lieut. 8th Hussars, b. 10 Jime,
1868; educated at Christ Church j *. his father
1893.

Lineagre. — Jonas Lindow Buens-Lindow, Esq. of Irton
Hall, Cumberland, eldest son of Isaac Burns, Esq. (who <'.
1870), by Agnes, dau. of Jonas Lindow, Esq. and nephew of
Samuel Lindow, Esq. of Ingwell (see prectding memoir) b. 2ii
April, 1837, m. 11 July, 1867, Mary, eldest dau. of Mark Hil-
desley Quayle, Esq. of Crogga, Isle of Man, H.M. Clerk of the
Rolls of that island (by Mary Jane Hamilton his wife, eldest
dau. of Major Spedding of Summergrove, Whitehaven) and
had issue,

I. Isaac William, now of Irton Hall.

It. Samuel Lindow, educated at Harrow, B.A. Brasenose
Coll. Oxon., b. 1 Oct. 1869.

III. Mark llildesley Jonas, 6. 28 Jan. 1879.

I. Mai-y Jane. 11. Agnes Lindow. iii. Rtith Edith.

Mr. J. L. Burns-Lindow, who was a J.P. and D.L. for
Cumberland, and High Sheriff 1877, formerly Capt. Royal
Cumberland Militia, assumed the name and arms of his uncle,
Samuel Lindow, by royal licence, March, 1871. He d. 30
March, 1893, and was s. by his eldest son.

Arms — Same as Lindow of Inniodl.

Seat — Irton Hall, Holmrook, via Carnforth, Cumberland.



LINDSAY-CARNEaiE OF SPYNIE.

Lindsat-Cabnegie, Henet Alexander, Esq. of
Spynie, and of Kinbletlimont, co. Forfar, J.P. and
D.L., late Lieut. Bengal Engineers, b. 25 April,
1836; s. I860; m. Oct. 1862, Agnes, eldest dau. of
Major Kait of Anniston. Mr. Carnegie, Heredi-
tary Fowler to the Kings of Scotland, is representa-
tive of Lady Catherine, sister of King Robert III.,
wife of David Lindsay, 11th Earl of Crawford, of the
FuUertons of that ilk, and of the Carnegies of Boy-
sack, is the oldest cadet of the noble House of
x^orthesk, and claims tlie Barony of Spynie.

Lineage. — From Godfridos Fullebton, of Fullerton, in
COS. Perth and Forfar, who got from King Roeeet the Bblce
a charter of the office of King's F'owler, descended

WiLLLAM Fullebton, of Fullerton, m. about 1650, Margaret
Lindsay, eldest dau. of the 2nd Lord Spynie, and sister to
George, the 3rd and last Lord Spynie. Their only son,

William Fullerton, of F'ullerton, by Susan his wife, was
father of

John Fullerton, of Fullerton, in. Margaret Carnegie, and
had (besides a dau. Jean, vi. Sir John Wedderburn, Bart, of
Blackness) a son.



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William Killekton. of Fullci'ton, ..!. Susanna Ogilvy, and
was father of a son. William ; cuid a dau. Margaret, »i. Walter,
commonly called Earl of Airlie, and d. is. p. The son,

William Fcllerton, of Fiillerton and Olenquoich, who as-
sumed the surname of Lindsay, claimed the title of Lord
Spynie, but was unsuccessful, under the supposition th.at the
original grant had been made only to the 1st Lord Spynie"s
issue male; this had, it is stated, been proved to have been
wrong by Mr. Kiddel, the writer on Scotch peerage law. Mr.
Kullerton-Lindsay m. 1st, Stewart, only dau. and heir of James
Carnegie, of Boysack, representative of the Hon. Sir John
Carnegie, '2nd son of the 1st Earl of Northesls, and by her had
an only son, James, liis heir. He m. 2ndly, Margaret, only
dau. and heir of James Blair, Esq. of Ardblair, co. Perth, but
by her had no issue. Mr. Fullcrton-Lindsay, who was a Capt.
in Lord Ogilvys Scotch Rest, in France and a Lieut. -Col. in
the Portuguese service, was s. by his onlj- son,

James Fullerton Lindsay-Carnegie, Esq. of Boysack,
Fullerton, Spynie, and Kinblethmont, m. 178G,Mary Elizabeth,
only dau. and heir of James Strachan, Esq. of Lower Tooting,
Surrey, of the Thornton family ; and d. 1806, having by her
had issue,
William, his heir.

Alexander, m. HI



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