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Shuldham, Esq. of Dunmanway, co. Cork,
and of Pallas Green, co. Limerick, h. May, 1753, who resided
for many years at Deerpark, Devon, and was a D.L. for that
CO. and Lieut.-Col. in the East Devon "ITeomanry Cavalry.
He m. 1st, Katherine Maria, dau. of Sir William Anderson,
6th Bart., of Broughton, and Lea Hall, co. Lincoln, and had
by her

Edmund William, his heir.
John George Evelyn, Lieut. R.N., deceased.
Molyneux, Comni. E.N., m. 18'20, Frances, dau. of Rev. T.
Naunton Orgill Leman, of Brampton Hall, Suffolk, and d.
23 .'•■<'b. 1866, having by her (who d. 22 Jan. 1866) had, with
other issue, Naunton Lemuel (Kev.), )/i.8 Aug. 1866, Sophia
Frances, only dau. of John Mathew Quantock, Esq. of Nor-
ton Manor, Somerset, and d. 24 July, 1874, having by her
who d. 17 April, 1874) had issue, with twin daus., who d.ia
Frank Naunton Quantock, of Norton Manor, Ilminster,
CO. Somerset, J.P., b. 25 March, 1868 ; m. 9 April, 1890,
Emily, eldest dau. of W. Macalpine Levy, Esq. of Dal-
swinton, Duror and Glencoe, and has issue,
1 Walter Frank Quantock, 6. 17 June, 1892.
1 Evelyn Agnes Quantock, b. 23 Feb. 1891.
Henry George, Midshipman, E.N., killed at the taking oJ

Arthur, Lieut.-Col. H.E.I.C.S., to. Charlotte, sister of Col.
Delemain, and d. 1837, leaving one son and two daus., of
w hom the elder in. — Unwin, Lieut. H.E.I.C.S.
Muiia Lucy Eliza, r.i. Eev. Joseph Guerin, of Bagborough
and Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset, and is deceased.

Mr. Shuldham ia. 2ndly, Esther, dau. of H. Preston, Esq., and
by her (who d. 1832) had two sons and one dau.,
William Lemuel, j/i. 1839, Eleanor, youngest dau. of Rev.
Morgan O'Donovan, Chief of the sept of O'Donovan.
Catherine, m. Henry Eichardson, Esq. of Aber Hirnant, co.

The eldest son,

Edmund William Shuldham, Esq. of Dunmanway, Lieut. -
Gen. H.E.I.C.S., for some years Quartermaster-Gen. at Bom-
bay, ra. 3 Dec. 1817, Harriet Ehza Bonar, dau. of Dr. Rundell,
of Bath, and by her (who d. 31 July, 1847) left at his decease,
17 Nov. 1852, two sons and a dau.,

Edmund Anderson, now of Dunmanway.

Leopold Arthur Francis, of Phale Court, co. Cork, J.P., 6.

lb2S ; d. unm. 28 Jan. 1887.
Harriet Maria Catherine, m. 5 Aug. 1852, George Patrick,

Lord Carbery and d. 15 Aug. 1884.
.4i-)/is—Az., an eagle displayed or. Crest — A griffin passant
arg. Motto — Post nubila Phoebus.
Heat — Coolkelure, Dunmanway, co. Cork.


The late John Spencer Ashton Shuttle-
woRTii, Esq. of Hathersage Hall, co. Derby, J. P. and
D.L., I. 27 Oct. 1S17 ; m. 1st, 14 March, 1842, Maria,
eldest dau. of Kev. Henry Wright, of Mottram
Hall, CO. Chester, and by her had one dan.,

I. Maria Henrietta, m. Richard Frederick Fonnby, Esq. ,2nd
son of Rev. Roger Hesketh Formby, of Woolton, co.

He m. 2ndly, 25 Feb. 1845, Emily, eldest dau. of
Bolton Peel, Esq. of Dosthill Lodge, co. Warwick,
and d. 25 Jan. 1894, having by her (who d. 1891)
had issue,

I. John Peel, b. 1845; d. the following year.

II. Eiiiily Alicia. in. Isabella Ashton.

Lineage. — The settlement of the family of Shuttleworth
at Gawthorp, co. Lancaster, appears to have arisen from the
intermarriage of Henry Shuttleworth with Aones, dau. and
heir of William de Hacking ; their son, Ughtred Shuttle-
worth, was the first of Gawthorp.

Sib IticHARD Shuttleworth, Knt. of Gawthorp, Sergcant-at-
Law a ud Chief Justice of Chester, 31 Elizabeth, commenced





the building of Gawthorp Hall, a beautiful specimen of Gothic
architecture. His brother,

Eev. Lawrence Shuttlewohth, B.D., Kector of Witchford,
•CO. WarwicU, finished the erection. He d. s. j). 1607 or 1608,
and was s. by liis nephew,

EicHAKD Shuttleworth, Esq. of Gawthorp, m. Fleetwood,
dau. and heir of E. Barton, Esq. of Barton, and had, with
other issue, an elder son,

EicHARD, VI. Jane, or Joan, dau. of Mr. Kirk, citizen of
London, and d. v. p. 1648, leaving two sons and a dau.,

1 EicHAKD (Sir), heir to his grandfather.

2 Nicholas, founder of the branch of Forcet, co. York,
and of the city of Durham, whose late representative was
Philip Nicholas Shdttleworth, D.D., Bisliop of Chi-

1 Fleetwood, living unm. 1664.
Mr. Shuttleworth d. June, 1669, aged 82, and was i. by his
eldest grandson.

Sir Richard Shuttleworth, Knt. of Gawthorp, b. 16.')4, m.
Margaret, dau. of John Tempest, Esq. of Old Durham and
dying July, 1687, left a son,

Eichard Shdttleworth, Esq. of Gawthorp, M.P., d. Dec.
1748, leaving by his wife, Miss Tempest, of Old Durham (with
other is?ue),
James, of Gawthorp, M.P., m. Mary, dau. and heir of Robert
Holden, Esq. of Aston, co. Derby, and had issue, Robert,
his heir; James, of Aston, d.s.j)- ; William ; Charles, who
took the name of Holden (sec Holden nf Aston) ; Mary, 'm.
1st, Sir Charles Turner, Bart., and 2ndly, Sir Thomas Gas-
coigne ; Elizabeth, 5)4. Francis Hurt, Esq. of Alderwasley.
Mr. Shuttleworth dying 1773, aged 58, was s. by his son
Eobert, of Gawthorp, who m. Anne, dau. of Gen. Desa-
guliers, and had issue, James, of Barton, who m. twice, and
had issue; Robert, who s. at Gawtliorp; Anne, m. 1st,
Eichard S. Streatfeild, Esq. of The Rocks, and 2ndly, Richard
Prime, Esq. of Walbcrton House, Sussex ; Emma, 711. James
West, Esq. ; Elizabeth ; Caroline, m. Richard Hurt, Esq. of
Wirksworth. Mr. Shuttleworth d. 1816, and deviled Gaw-
thorp and his other estates in Whalley to his 2nd son,
Robert, of Gawthorp, b. 1784, a Barrister and Chairman of
the Quarter Sessions at Preston ; he vi. 1816, Janet, eldest
dau. of Sir John Majoribanks, Bart, of Lees, co. Berwick,
by whom (who m. 2ndly, 1325, Frederick North, Esq. of
Eougharo, Norfolk) lie left at his decease, 6 March, I8l8, an
only dau. and heir, Janet, of Gawthorp Hall, m. 24 Feb.
1842, Sir James Phillips Kay Shuttleworth, 1st Bart, of

AViLLiAM, of whose line we treat.
The 4th son,

William SHUTTLEwoRTH,Esq. of Gawthorp, and Forcet, Capt.
7th Fusiliers, M.P., who d. 1748, m. Christiana, eldest dau. of
William Spencer, Esq. of Cannon Hall, co. York, and by her
(who d. 30 May, 1781) left at his decease, 4 Sept. 1780,

AsHTON AsHTON SHUTTLEWORTH, Esq., Major E.A., b. 28 Aug.
1754 ; 1/1. 5 Sept. 1807, Ann, dau. of Thomas Youle, Esq., and
d. 9 July, 1830, having had issue,
John Spencer Ashton, of Hathersnge Hall.
William Samuel I'aul, b. 6 Jan. 1820 ; d. 23 Sept. 1838.
Christiana Ashton, d. unm.

Alicia ftlaria Ashton, d. unm. Ann, d. unm.

Matilda, m. Rev. Robert John Clarke, and has issue.
Louisa Mary, d,. unm. Juha.

Arms — Arg., three shuttles sa., topped and furnished with
quills of yarn, the threads pendent or. Creat—X cubit arm in
armour ppr., grasping in the gauntlet a shuttle of tlie arms.
Motlo — In Domino confide.
Seed — Hathersage Hall, Sheffield.


Shuttleworth, Frank, Esq. of Old Warden
Park and Goldington Bury, co. Bedford, J.P. cos.
Lincoln and Bedford, late Major Tth. Hussars, b. 16
Feb. 1845 ; s. his father, Jan. 1883.

Lineage. — Joseph Shdttleworth, Esq. of Old Warden
Park and Goldington Bury, co. Bedford, and Hartsholme Hall,
CO. Lincoln, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1881 (son of John
Shuttleworth, Esq., by Rebecca his wife, dau. of William Ncw-
tnn. Esq,), 6. 1819 ; m. 1st, 1849, Sarah Grace, dau. of Henry
Clayton, Esq., and by her (who d. Oct. 1849) had issue,

Alfred, now of Hartsholme Hall, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
( 1889), b. 29 May, 1843 ; m. 10 March, 1869, Mary, youngest
dau. of Nathaniel Clayton, Esq. of East Cliff, co. Lincoln.
She d. 1880.

Frank, now of Old Warden Park.

Mr. Shuttleworth m. 2ndly, 1861, Caroline Jane, youngest dau.
•of the lare Col. Ellison, of Houltham Hall, co, Lincoln, and d.
Jan. 1883, having had no issue by her.

Arms—Kvg., three shuttles sa., tipped and furnished with
quills of yarn, the thread pendents or. C')vs(— A cubit arm in
armour ppr. grasping in the gauntlet a shuttle of the arms.
Motto — Isto velocior vita.

Seat—0\A Warden Park and Goldington Bury, co. Bedford.

Toion Residence— 89, Piccadilly, W.

Clubs— Twri and Naval and Sfilitary.


SiBTHOKP, CoNiNGSBY Chaeles, Esq. of Canwick
Hall and Sudbroke Holme, co. Lincoln, M.A., J. P.,
and D.L., Higlt Slicriff for Lincoln 1877, 6.27 Oct.
1846 ; s. his father ] 3 Oct. 1861 ; m. 8 Feb. 1876,
Mary Georgiana, eldest dau. of Eev. Robert Sutton
and Charlotte his wife, sister and heir of Sir John
Nelthorjoe, 8th Bart, of Scawby, co. Lincoln.

Lineage. — The name of Sibthorp, sometimes spelt Syb-
thorp, Sibethorp, &c., is pure Saxon, Sib signifying peaceful
or quiet, and /7io/-jj a village. In Domesday Book, folio, vol. i.
p. 287, are enrolled the names of Eobertus de Sibetobp and
WiLLiELMOs de Sibetorp. The family of Sibthorp was of great
consideration in co. Nottingham for many generations. In
the Harleian MSS., in the British Museum, there are several
pedigrees of this branch, and Thoroton's History of Notting-
hamshire gives the early descents.

Hugo Sibthorp, of Laneham, who s. his father, Eobert Sib-
thorp, in that property, had, with other issue, two sons, John,
bapt. 27 Feb. 1546, and William, bapt. 12 April, 1549, whoiu.
7 May, 1575, Elizabeth Bellamy, and had, besides several
children who </. young, William, bapt. 28 March, 1586. The
elder son,

John Sibthorp, m. 28 Nov. 1573, Rosamond Bellamy, and
had, with other issue, Gervase, bapt. 10 Sept. lo84,and\Villiam,
bapt. 7 Jan. 1592.

Geevase Sibthorp, of Laneham, son of John, m. 1619, Mary,
dau. and co-heir (with her sister, Abigail, m. Charles Hall, of
Kettlethorpe) of Gervase Bellamy, of Laneham and Kettle-
thorpe, by whom, who re-married Eobert Jenkinson, of East
Wykeham, he left issue, a son,

Gervase Sibthorp, of Laneham, who left co. Nottingham,
and went to reside in co. Lincoln, first at East Wykeham,
afterwards in the city of Lincoln. He m. 1667, Judith, the
dau. and heir of Mark Riggall, of South Somercotes, co. Lin-
coln, and widow of Benjamin Marshall, Member for Lincoln
in the Long Parliament, and had issue. Gervase Sibthorp d.
1704, and was s. by his son,

John SinxnoRP, M.P. for co. Lincoln, m. 1702, Mary, dau.
and co-heir of Humphrey Browne (by his wife, Catherine,
dau. of Thomas Williams, Esq. of Glan-y-Gors, Isle of Angle-
sey, a descendant of the Royal Welsh Tribes, and his wife,
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Coningsby, of North Mimms Park,
Herts, a zealous adherent of King Charles L, for which he
was imprisoned in the Tower by Cromwell), and sister and
eventually heir of Gilbert Browne, of the Inner Temple and
of North Mimms, Herts, and had issue. John Sibthorp d.
1718 ; his widow (L 1743, agedGSyears, after having purchased,
during her widowhood, Canwick Hall, and having left It to her
son, Coningsby. John Sibthorp was s. by his eldest surviving

Coningsby Sibthorp, LL.P., the first of Canwick Hall, M.P.
for Lincoln, Col. of the Eoyal South Lincoln Militia, Sheriff for
CO. Lincoln 1733, b. 1706 ; d. unm. 1788, and was f. by his only
surviving brother,

HuMPHRT Sibthorp, M.D., sometime Fellow of Magdalen
Coll. and Professor of Botany at Oxford (which professorship
he resigned to his son by his 2nd marriage). He -m. 1st, 1740,
Sarah, dau. and co-heir of Isaac Waldo, Esq. of Streathain
(a family of very great antiquity), by whom (who d. 1 Aug.
1753) he had issue, 1 Coningsby Isaac, b. 2 Oct. 1742, d. 1763 ;
2 Humphry, who s. his father ; 3 Gervase Edward, 6.
28 Jan. 1750, d. 20 July, 1763; 1 Mary Elizabeth, /,(.. the
Eight Hon. Sir Thomas Sewell, Master of the Eolls, and <l.
1820 ; 2 Sarah, m. Montagu Chomeley, Esq. of Easton Hall,
CO. Lincoln, d. 1818; 3 Charlotte Esther, b. 19 Oct. 1749,
d. unm. Dr. Sibthorp m. 2ndly, 1757, Elizabeth, dau. and
heir of John Gibbes, Esq. of Instow, co. Devon, by whom, who
was b. 1727, and d. 1780, he had one son, John, b. 1758, M.D.,
Eegius Professor of Botany, founder of the Professorship of
Rural Economy at Oxford, author of the Flora Grceca, Flora
O.coniensis, and other botanical works; he d. unm. 1796. Dr.
Sibthorp d. 1797, and was s. by his son,

Humphry Sibthorp, Esq., b. 3 Oct. 1744, sometime M.P
for Boston, and afterwards for Lincoln, Col. of the Royal South

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Lincoln Militia. He )ii. 23 July, 1777, Susannah, 2ncl dau. of
Kichard Ellison, Esq. of Thome, co. York, and Sudbrookc,
Holme, CO. Lincoln, hy whom (who d. 12 May, 1826) he had

CoNiNGsnT Waldo, his heir.
Charles pe Laet. successor to his brother.
Henry Walker John, K.X.. 6. 17S4. lost with the"Ajax,"
destroyed by fire in the Dardanelles, 14 Feb. 1S07.
Humiihry (Kev.\ ;<. 1786, Hector ot Washingborough, near
Lincoln, sometime Fellow of Exeter Coll. ; in. 1818, his
fli-st-cousin, Mavy Esther, elder dau. of Henry Ellison, Esq.
of Thorne and Beverley, co. York, and Sudbrooke Holme,
CO. Lincoln, and d. 4 Nov. 1866, leaving a dau. Mary
Eichard (.Uev.), b. 1792, sometime Fellow of Magdalen Coll.
Oxford, Founder of -St. Anne's Bede Houses and St. Anne's
Church, Lincoln, J. trnin. 10 April, 1879.
Mary Esther, in. 1801, John Hawkins, Esq. of Bignor Park,
CO. Sussex, brother of Sir Christopher Hawkins, Bart., and
d. his widow 9 May, 1861, aged 83.
Col. Sibthorp was oflfered a baronetcy, but declined the honour.
He assumed by royal warrant, 1804, for himself and his heirs,
the additional surname and arms of Waldo, in grateful remem-
brance of his kinsman, Peter Waldo, Esq. of Miteham. He d.
25 April, 18U'i, and was s. by his son,

CoxisGSBT Waldo Waldo-Sirthobp, Esq. of Canwick Hall,
b. 1781, M.P. for Lincoln, Lieut. -Co!, of the Royal South
Lincoln Militia, d. unm. 9 March, 1822, and was s. by his

Chakles de Laet Waldo-Sibthobp, Esq. of Canwick Hall,
and Potterells, Herts, b. 14 Feb. 1783, first in the Royal Scots
Greys, afterwards many years in the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon
Guards, M.P. for Lincoln for nearly thirty years, Col. of the
Royal South Lincoln Militia. lie ru. 21 Feb. 1812, Maria, 3rd
dau. and co-heir of Ponsonby Tottenham, Esq. of co. Wexford,
M.P. {s(e Tottenham of Tottenham Green), and had issue,
Gervaise Tottenham, his heir.

Charles Coningsby, late Capt. 1st Royal Dragoons, m. 1854,
Charlotte Elizabetli JIary, elder dau. of Lieut. -Col. Ellison,
of Boidtham Hall, Lincoln.

Francis Eichard, Lieut. -Cul., several years in the 60th Royal
Rifles, served in the Punjaub and with the 97th Regt. in the
Crimea, severely wounded at the storming of the Redan;
has the Order of the Legion of Honour.
Henry Arthur Mainwaring.

Col. Waldo-Sibthorp d. 14 Dec. 1855, and was s. by his eldest

Geevaise Toti-exham Waldo-Sirthorp, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., M.P. for Lincoln, Major of the Royal South Lincoln
Militia, b. 1 1815; m. 1 Jan. 1846, Louisa, 3rd dau. of
Robert Cracroft (afterwards Amcotts), Esq. of Hackthorn, co.
Lincoln, and had issue,

CoxixGSBT Charles, present representative of the family.

Montagu Richard, 31. .V. Oxford, J.P, and D.L. co. Lincoln,
b. 8 Feb. 1843 ; m. 29 June, 1876, Mabel Albinia, 3rd dau.
of Rev. Robert Sutton, of Scawby Hall, and has issue, three
daus., Mabel Janetta, Esther Mary, and Evelyn Elizabeth.

Hugh Henry, b. 23 Oct. 1860; d. 1 Jan. 1861.
Mr. Waldo-Sibthorp d. 13 Oct. 1861.

.4n/i.?— Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., two bars gu., a bordure
sa., for Sibthorp : 2nd and 3rd or, a bend az. between three
leopards' faces gu. for Waldo; quartering Coningsby and
numerous others. Crests — 1st, a demi-lion erased arg., collared,
and holding in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis, sa., for Sibthorp ;
2nd, a demi-leopard guardant ppr., debruised with two bendlets
az., for Waldo; 3rd, a coney sejant arg., for Coningsby. Motto
—yn conscire sibi.

Seals — Canwick Hall and Sudbrooke Holme, co. Lincoln.

Club — Oriental.


SiDEBOTTOM, ToM IIakkop, Esq. ol Etbcrow
House, CO. Chester, and of Bjliiucoil, co. Sutlierliiml,
J.P. for COS. Chester and Derby, and D.L. for tlie
latter co., M.P. for Stalybridge and Diikinfield,
from 1874 to 1880, and since 1885 to tlie present
time, b. 16 April, 182G; m. 23 June, 188G, Edith
Eliza, eldest dau. of James Murgatrojd, Esq. of
AVarley, Didsbury.

Lineage. —The name of Sidep.ottom is a corruption of
Sydf.bothane, as written in old deeds still in possession of the

John Sidebottom, b. 1727; rn. Elizabeth Kelsall (who was
b. 1740, and d.. 7 March 18'24), and had issue,

William, b. 1760; d. 7 Sept. 18'25., of whom presently.

John, b. 1767; d. G Oct. 1794.
George, b. 1770 ; <l. 4 Jan. 1S43.
Joe, b. 1780 ; d. 1 March, 1849.
Thomas, /). 1785; d. 4 Jan. 1827.
Marj", b. 1772; d. 18 Jan. 1850.
Betty, b. 1775; d. 13 March, 1855.
Ann, b. 1779; t^ 3 Oct. 1815.

Mr. Sidebottom d. 5 March, 180;L His 2nd son,

James Sidebottom, b. 15 Jan. 1762; m. Esther Hully, and
by her (who was b. 4 Aug. 1709, and d. 24 Dec. 1855), had

John, b. 21 April, 1793; d. 4 May, 1865.
William, of whom presently.
James, 6. 10 March, 1800; rf. 30 June, 1839.
Nathan, 6. 9 Sept. 1802; d. 2 Oct. 1802.
George, b. 25 Jlay, 1807 ; d. 27 Nov. 1832.
R:ilph, b. 8 March, 1810 ; d. 5 June, 1863.
Mary, 6. 18 March, 1795; rf. 19 May, 1799.
Mary, b. 10 Jan. 1804 ; d. 8 March, 1879.

Mr. Sidebottom rf. 5 Oct. 1835. His 2nd son,

William Sidebottom, Esq. of Etherow House, 6. 17 July,
1798; m. 18'25, Agnes, dau. of Jonah Harrop, of Bardsley
House, CO. Lancaster, and by her (who was 6. 3 Aug. 1803, and
d. 3 June, 1879) had issue,

I. Tom Harkop, now of Etherow House.

II. James, who was twice in.

III. William.

I. Emma, m. John Wood, Esq. of Glossop. Both deceased,
ir. JIary Agnes, m. Thomas Harrison, Esq. of West Hill,
Stalybridge (both deceased).

III. Anne Kershaw, vi. the late Samuel Wood, Esq. of Talbot
House, Glcssop.

IV. Jane, m. Rev. Mathew B. Moorhouse, M.A..

V. Lucy Hannah.

Mr. Sidebottom d. 23 March, 1870.

Arms — Or, on a chevron engra-iled sa., between three bugle-
horns of the last, stringed gu., as many bees volant of the

Crest— Vpon a mount vert, a talbot regardant sa., gorged
with a collar vair, resting the dexter forefoot on an escutcheoa
arg., charged with a bugle-horn sa.

Motto— Labor ipse voluptas.

5t'a<s— Etherow House, iloUingworth, Cheshire; and Balna-
coil, Brora, Sutherland, N.B.


Sidney, Henet, Esq. of Cowpen Hall, North-
umberland, b. 21 April, 1879.

Lineage. — Lawrence Sidney, D.D., Rector of Worthen,
Salop, 1632, and Prebendary of Hunderton, afterwards of
Putston Major 18 June, 1661, 7n. Miss Blunden, and was bur.
at Worthen 21 Sept. 1675, leaving issue,, Thomas, Ann and
Jlary, m. Henry, son of the Hon. if.T Anaur Blayney. The
son and heir,

Thomas Sidney, D.D., 1645, Chaplain m Ordinary to King
Charles II., Prebendary of Putston Mra'>r 1675, Rector of
Worthen, Salop, 1684, and Precentor of Hereford 16 March,
1684, 111. Elizabeth, only dau. of George Colt, and sister of the
1st Baronet of that name. Mr. Sidney left issue, Lawrence,
Thomas, who rf. s. 2^- at Worcester 1677, and Henry, of the
Temple, London, who purchased the estate of Cowpen, North-
umberland, and rf. uiifii. The eldest son,

Lawrence Sidney, Esq., who had a Commission in the army,
resided at Danbury, Essex, and afterwards at Bishop's Castle,
Salop, where he was bur. His will was dated 13 Oct. 1736.
He ?/i. Mary, only dau. of John Marlow. Banker, of London,
and left issue,

I. Lawrence.

II. Marlow, of Cowpen Hall, b. 15 Marjh, 1708 ; d. unm.

III. John, who rf. unm.

IV. Thomas, father of Henry Sidney, E«q. of Tonbridgc, who
left issue,

1 Marlow, of Brigliton, m. and "nad Issue, a son, Marlow
Capt. 2nd Royal Di'agoon Guards.

1 Elizabeth, m. W. Beetson, Esq. of Woburn Place.

2 Harriett, vi. her cousin, William Cappen, Esq.

I. Mary, d. s. p. n. Sarah, m. — Crowe.

III. Martha, -lU. John Mangaar, of Denmark.

IV. Charlotte, 'm. William Cappen, Esq.

The elder son,

Lawrence Sidney, Esq. of Queen's Square, London, and ot
llomerton, Middlesex, b. 18 March, 1707 ; m. 1 Nov. 1739,
Ann, dau. of John Rochford, Esq. of London, and by her
(who rf. 1802) left at his decease, 1766, a dau. Mary, 6. 26
May, 1746, m. George MoriTs, I^sq. of Springfield, Essex, and
a son,





Maklow Sidnet, Esq. of Cowpen Hall, b. 9 Jan. 1752; m.
1771, his cousin, Mary, dan. of John Mangaar, Esq. of London,
by whom he left at his decease, 12 July, 1839,

Maelow John Francis, of Cowpen Hall.

William Henkt Marlow, s. his brother.

Klizabeth, d. a nun at Bruges.

Margaret, d. a nun at Bruges.

Anastasia Mannock, m. John M. WooUett, Esq.; d. 1838, and
left issue, six children.
The elder son,

Marlow John Francis Sidney, Esq. of Cowpen ITall,
J. P., b. 3 Dec. 1774; jii. the only dau. of Andrew McEwcn,
Esq. of London ; d. s. p. 25 Feb. 1859, and was s. by his

William Henry Marlow Sidney, Esq. of Cowpen Hall,
F.G.H.S., 6. 13 April, 1777; ),i. 5 Aug. 1806, Anasta.'^ia, only
dau. of John Steigenberger, Esq. of London, and had by her
(who d. 23 June, 1874),

I. Henry, of Cowpen Hall.

II. Marlow John William, b. 9 May, 1810 ; m. 19 May, 1845,
Mary Agnes, eldest dau. of William Wilson, Esq. She d.
6 April, 1863, having had issue, Marlow William, b. 13
Sept. 1849, Christina Mary, Ellen Frances, and Mary

III. William Henry Marlow, b. 17 Oct. 1816.

IV. Philip Joseph Marlow, b. 31 May, lsl9.

V. Lawrence Marlow, Capt. Northumberland Light Infantry,
b. 6 April, 1822.

VI. John Lewis, b. 27 June, 1824.

▼II. Charles, b. 2 June, 1828 ; d. 18 March, 1838.

I. Susanna Johanna Marlow. ii. Mary Ann Marlow.

III. Anastasia.
Mr. Sidney rf. 25 Xov. 1870, and was s. by his eldest son,

Henry Sidney, Esq. of Cowpen Hall, J. P., b. 19 March, 1808 ;
m. 1st, 1840, Helen, dau. of Capt. Henry Weir, K.N., C.B.,
and widow of Edmund Southcote, Esq., which lady d. s. p. 21
Nov. 1859, and 2ndly, 21 July, 1875, Frances Elizabeth, 2nd
dau. of William Hamilton Hobkirk, M.D., of Charlotte
Town, Prince Edward Island, Canada, and d. 15 Aug. 1891,
leaying issue,

I. Henry, his heir.

II. Philip, 6. 11 March, 1881.

Arms — Or, a pheon az. Crest — A porcupine ppr., with chain
refiexed over the back or. Motto — Quo fata vocant.
Seat — Cowpen Hall, Morpeth, Northumberland.


SiLLiFANT, Aethue Onslow, Esq. of Coombe,
Devon, J. P., D.L., and County Alderman, co.
Devon, High Sheriff 1894, Capt. Rojal 1st Devon
Yeomanry Cavalry, b. at sea Oct. 1851 ; m. 7 April,
1880, his cousin, Grertrude Caroline Emma, eldest
dau. of Rev. Charles William Siliifant, of Wear
Gifford, Devon.

Liineag'e. — The Sillifants, who are stated to have been
originally Sullivan, derived from the O'Sullivans of Ireland,
and to have come from that kingdom 1641, acquired the estate
of Coombe 1677, in marriage with Snell.

John Sallifant, Esq. of Coombe, J. P. and D.L., b. 1765 ;
( m. 1797, Mary Aime, only dau. of John Prideaux, Esq. of North
Tawnton, and by her (who d. Feb. 1823) left at his decease,
Oct. 1845, an only son,

John Sillifant, Esq. of Coombe, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1848, and Chairman of Quarter Sessions, b. 26 Dec.
1798 ; TO. 29 March, 1821, Caroline, youngest dau. of John
North WooUcombe, Esq. of Ashbury, Devon, and by her (who
d. 1843) had issue,

I. John Woolcombe, his heir.

II. Harry, b.2S March, 1825; ni. 1st, Clara, dau. of John
Mackay, Esq., and 2ndly, Annie, dau. of J. Mackenzie, Esq.,
and had issue, Caroline Annie. He d. 9 March, 1869.

III. Charles William (Rev.), M.A., b. 9 May, 1822, liector of
Wear Gifford, Devon; ia. 26 March, 1856, Georgiana
Caroline, eldest dau. of Eev. William Duthy, Rector of
Sudborough, co. Northampton, by Emma his wife, sister of
Sir George Stamp Robinson, Bart., and has issue,

1 Charles Herbert, b. 12 Dec. 1866.

2 lifi;inald Francis, b. Nov. 1872.

3 Archibald William, b. June, 1876.

1 Gertrude Carolii e Emma, 711. 7 April, 1880, Arthur
Onslow .Sillifant, Esq. of Coombe.

2 Emily Harriet.

3 Georgina Frances, m. 5 May, 1886, E.G. Price, Capt.
Duke uf Wellington's Regt.

4 MaLel, m. 1 Sept. 18s6, R. WooUcombe, Esq.

i> Edith, ra. 8 April, IbOl, R. T. Poole Collyns, Esq.
e Beatrix Charlotte, d. 23 June, 1880.

7 Evelyn Woolcombe. 8 Marian Prideaux.

9 Laura Mary.

IV. Frances Synge, of H.M. Indian medical service, b. 2 July,
1832; m. 16 May, 1878, Fanny Gertrude, eldest dau. of 8.
C. Hamlyn, Esq. of Leawood and Paschoe. Devon.

V. George WooUcombe, of S. Australia, b. 29 May, 1834 ; m.

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