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Oct. 1820, Amy, only dau. of Alexander
Cruikshank, Esq. of Stracathro, co. Forfar, and had an
only son, Alexander Cruikshank, 6. 1 Nov. 1821. 5Ir.
Lindsay, who was Capt. of the "Kelly Castle" Indiaman,
d. 25 July, 1822.

John Mackenzie, a Writer to the Signet in Edinburgh, m.
Florence, dau. of Eev. Charles Brown, and had a dau.,
Emily. Donald, 6. 1794; d. 187G.

Susan, m. at Edinburgh, 15 March, 1814, Thomas Tod, Esq.,
Advocate. Margaret Northesk, d. uiim. 23 Feb. 1818.

His eldest son,

William Fullerton Lindsay-Carnegie, Esq. of Spynie and
Boysack, J.?, and D.L., Vice-Lieut, for co. Forfar, some time
Capt. R.A., b. 13 May, 1788; ra. 27 Dec. 1820, Lady Jane
Christian Carnegie, dau. of William, 7th Earl of Northesk.
G.C.B., and by her (who d. 1 Oct. 1840) had issue,

John. 6. 14 Feb. 1833 ; deceased.

Henry Alexander, his successor.

Donald Christian Strachan, b. 9 July, 1840, late Major

Bengal Cavalry.
Maiy Elizabeth, m. Jan. 1845, Major George Gordon, 50th

Kegt. Bengal Native Infantry, son of Gordon of Halmyre,

CO. Peebles.
Jane, m. Ib.oO, Alexander Lindsay, Esq., formerly Capt.

8th Hussars.
Susan, m. 1865, Robert Bamsay, Esq. Helen.

Mr. Lindsay-Carnegie d. 13 March, 18C0.

Scat — Kinblethmont, near Arbroath, co. Forfar.



LINDSELL, OF FAIRFIELD.
LiNDSELL, Hexby Maetin, Esq. of Fairfield,
CO. Bedford, J.P., b. 1 May 1846; *. Ms father
1891.

Liineag'e. — John Lindseix, Esq., m. Margaret, dau. of
R. Cartwright, Esq. of London, and d. June, 1833, leaving a
son,

RoBEBT LiSDSELL, Esq., who m. Frances, dau. of Samuel
AVells, Esq. banker, of Biggleswade, and d. 30 Sept. 185G,
leaving issue,

I. Robert Henry, late of Fairfield.

II. Charles Samuel, of Holme, Bi?gleswadP, J. P., b. 1825;
m. 27 Jan. 1854, Anne, dau. of George Harding, Esq. of
SoliliuU, CO. Warwick, and has issue.

The eldest son,

Robert Henry Lindsell, Esq. of Fairfield, co. Bedford, J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1864, Lieut.-Col. late 28th Foot, b. 30
Aug. 1818 ; -III. 14 Aug. 1845, Emma Elizabeth, only dau. of
the Rev. Martin Hogge, Rector of Southacre, Norfolk, and by
her (who d. 1871) had, with other issue,

1. Henry Martin, now of Fairfield.

)i. Arthur Knox, b. 17 June, 1851.

I. Emma Frances, ni. 25 Sept. 1877, Eev. Arnold Kirke
Smith, Rector of Boxworth, Cambs.
Col. R. H. Lindsell d. 1891, and was s. by his eldest son.

Sfa£— Shortmead, Biggleswade.
Club — United University.



lilNDSEY OF HOLLYMOUNT.

LiXDSET-FlTZPATEICK, MkS. MaRY GeORGIANA

Cecilia Katherine, of HoUymount, co. Mayo,
m. 1885, Heremon John Francis Headfort Fitz-



patrick, Esq., who has assumed the additional sur-
name of Lindset. He is 3rd son of Rev. Frederick
and Lady Olivia FitzjDatrick, of Beat, co. Kildare.
{see Burke's Peerage, Headford, M.)

Liineag'e. — Thomas Lindsey, Esq., a j'ounger son of
Thom.ts Lindsey, Esq. of Turin Castle, co. Mayo, and a descen-
dant of the great Scottish House of Lindsay, m. 1767, Frances
Muschamp Vescy, grand-dau. of Dr. John Vesey, Archbishop,
of Tuam, and had an only son,

Thomas Lindsey, Esq. of Hollymount, to. 1784, Lady Mar-
garet Eleanor Bingham, dau. of Charles, 1st Earl of Lucan,
and by her (who d. 1839) had issue,

Thomas SrENCEB, of HoJlymount.

Charles Richard, R.N., who was lost in the " Blenheim,"
1807, with Sir Thomas Trowbridge.

William Heniy Bingham, Lieut. 10th Hussars, at Waterloo,
d. in India 18'3'2.

Margaret Louisa, m. the Rev. J. G. Porter, eldest son of John
Porter, D.D., Bishop of Clogher.

Anuc, m. the Hon. and Rev. J. G. Browne, brother of Lord
Oranmore.

Eleanor, ra. James Reed. Esq., and d. 1840.

Emily, m. the Rev. Edmund JJowdncy, and d. 1855.

Louisa.

The eldest son,

Thomas Spencer Lindsey, Esq. of Hollymount, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 18-i'2, b. 31 July, 1790; vi. 11 May, 1818,
Margaret Hester, only dau. of Richard Alexander Oswald,
Esq. of Auchencruive, co. Ayr, and by her (who d. 1855) had
issue,

Richard Alexander, an ofBcerin the army, h. 16 March, 1823;
deceased.

Thomas Spencer, late of Hollymount.
Lucy, m. 26 June. 1851, George Ramsay Campbell, Esq.
Anne Eleanor Matilda Nina, m. 4 Nov. 1841 (d. 1871), Barott
Godefroy de Blonuy, of Vernaud, in the Canton de Vaud,
Switzerland.
Hester Elizabeth Frances, m. 1864, Francis Ruttledge, Esq.,
son of the late Francis Ruttledge, Esq. of Bloomfield, co.
Mayo.
Lillias Margaret Jane. Katharine Mary, d. 1872.

Mr. Lindsey d. 21 Dec. 1867, and was s. by his 2nd son,

Thomas Spencer Lindsey, Esq. of Hollymount, J.P. and
D.L., Major South Mayo Rifles, 6. 7 May, 1828; to. 6 April,
1864, Mary Catherine Caroline, 2nd dau. of George Hayward
Lindsay, Esq. of Glasnevin, co. Dublin, and by her (who cf-
8 Feb. 1881) had issue,

Mary Georgiana Cecilia Katherine, now of HoUymount
Mr. Lindsey d. 14 July, 1874.

Anns — Gu.,a fess chequyarg. andaz., between three mullets
of the second,
^eai— Hollymount House, Hollymount, co. Mayo,



lilNGEN OF PENLANOIiEN.

LiNGEN, Henry Radcliffe, Esq. of Penlanolen,
CO. Radnor, b. 10 Jan. 1878.

liineagre. — The Penlanolen family claims descent fron»
Sir John Lingen, of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, who was
owner of great possessions in co. Hereford. In the struggle
between Charles I. and his Parliament, Sir Heniy Lingei*
espoused the royal cause, and for some time maintained a
troop of horse for the King's service. By this and consequent
fines and confiscations. Sir Henry's estates were much reduced.
At one time he was fined £5000, the highest sum levied
on a commoner. These losses were never remembered by
Charles II.

James Lingen, Esq. of Thinghill Court, co. Hereford, ni.
Miss Birt, of London, and had (with three daus., Margaret, -./t.
Mr. Godshall ; Eleanor, to. F\ Lane, Esq. of Hampton ; and
Fanny, to. W. A. Adams, Esq. of Pinhault, co. Hereford) an
only son,

William Lingen, Esq. of Sutton, co. Hereford, m. Jane, 2nd
dau. of Richard Heming, Esq. of The Duffields, in the same
shire, and by her had a son, William, of whom presently, and
three daus., Jane, m. Henry Unett, Esq. of Krenes Court, co.
Hereford; Margaret, wi. John Griffiths, Esq., twice Mayor of
Hereford ; and Nancy, m. William Cook, Esq. of Munderfield,
CO. Hereford. The only son,

William Lingen, Esq. of Burghill Lodge, co. Hereford, m..
1796, Anne, only dau. and heir of John Barrett, Esq. of
Hollins Hill, co. Worcester, and d. 1816, leaving issue,

I. Henry, of Penlanolen.

II. Charles, M.D., F.R.C.S., and Senior Surgeon to tho
Hereford County Infirmary, J.P. for the city of Hereford;



LIS



THE LANDED GENTRY.



LIS



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m. 1841, Ellen, 3rd dau. of Rev. Charles Taylor, D.D.,
Chancellor of the Diocese of Hereford, and d. in Oct. 18?b,
having had issue,
1 Charles James, d. 8 June. 1864. 2 John Taylor.

1 Eliza Jane, d. 12 March, 1860.

2 Ellen Mary. 3 Alice Margaret.
4 Blanche Sophia. 5 Florence Anna.

I. Mary Anne, d. 17 May, 1837.

II. Sophia, deceased. lii. Eliza, deceased.

IV. Margaret, d. 27 Oct. 1868.

V. Jane, m. the Eev. Joseph Henry Barker, M.A.

His eldest son,

Henry Lingen, Esq. of Penlanolen, co. Radnor, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1839-40, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 16 Aug. 1803;
m. 7 May, 1837, Priscilla, dau. of Joseph Jones, Esq. of
Aberystwith, co. Cardigan, and d. 22 Jan. 1S74, having had
issue,

I. Henry Jones, h. 3 Oct. 1839 ; d. 19 Dec. 1863.

u. Charles Nelson, of Penlanolen.
The only surviving son,

Charles Nelson Lingen, Esq. of Penlanolen, B.A. Pcmb.
Coll. Cambridge, J.P.. b. 21 Oct. 1843 ; m.26 Jan. 1876, Emily,
eldest dau. of James Radclille, Esq. of Swinton Park, co. Lan-
caster, and had issue,

I. Henry Eadcuffe, present representative.

n. Charles Clifford, 6. 26 Nov. laSl.

I. Constance Emily.

II. Ethelreda Mary.
Mr. Lingen d. 1890.

Arms — Barry of six or and az., on a bend gu. three roses
arg. Cmt — Out of a ducal coronet or, a garb vert.
Seat — Penlanolen, near Rhayader, co. Radnor.



LISTER OF CEFN ILA.

LiSTEE, Edwaed Longwoeth, Esq. of Cefn Ila,
CO. Monmouth, J.P. and D.L., M.A. Brasenose
Coll. Oxford, Major Royal Monmouth Engineer
Militia, b. 20 Dec. 1855; m. 3 Nov. 1880, Lyda,
sister of William Daly, Esq. of Dunsandle. Mr.
Lister is the only sou of Edward Lister, Esq. of
Cefn Ila, J.P. and D.L. co. Monmouth, High
Sheriff 1870, by Frances Alice his wife, dau. of
E. E. Alison, Esq. of Park Hall, Chorley, Lancas-
sliire, and grandson of Edward Lister, Esq. of
Everton, Lancashire, J.P. {d. 13 March, 1845), who
m. 20 Dec. 1809, Tryphosa "Warren, Avho d. 9 May,
1858.

<Seai— Cefn Ha, ITsk, co. Monmouth.



LISTER, late OF BURWELL.
LisTEE, Matthew Hexet, Esq. of Muckton, co.
Lincoln, b. 11 Oct. 1820 ; m. 1st, 1859, Clara, dau.
of Horace Houstouu, Esq. and by her had three
daus.,

I. Florence Holroyd Ribblesdale, m. 6 June, 1876, Porter
Wilson, Esq. of The Lawn, Brackenborough, co. Lincoln.

II. Edith Violet. in. Muriel Ada.

He m. 2ndly, 5 Feb. 1874, Katherine Ruth, dau. of
Thomas John Manning, Esq. of St. Osyth, Essex,
and niece of Frederick Nassau, Esq. of St. Osyth
Priory, and has further issue,

1. Matthew Henry, 6. 31 May, 1877.
IV. Constance Margaret Douglas.

liineag'e. — From John Lister of Derby, who m. 1312, the
dau. and heir of John de Bolton, Bowbearer of BoUand,
lineally descended William I^ister, Esq. of Midhope (elder
brother of Thomas Lister, ancestor of the Listers of Gisburn
Park, now represented by Lord Ribblesdale). He d. 1537,
leaving, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Thurstone
Banester, of Swindon, a son,

Christopher Lister, Esq., ni. 1521, Ellen, dau. and co-heir
of John Clayton, Esq. of Clayton, co. Lancaster, and was
father of

William Lister, Esq. of Midhope, who purchased Thornton
in-Craven; he m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Roger Midhope, and had,
with other issue, a son,

Lawrence Lister, Esq., living 1585, m. Evereld, dau. of Sir
John Sayer, and was father of



Sib William Lister, Knt. of Thornton, m. Mary, dau. of Sir
Henry Bellasis, and d. 1650, leaving issue. Sir William Lister
m. 2ndly, Bridget, dau. of Bartholomew Pigott, of Aston
Power, Oxon, and liad further issue,

Michael, 6th son, of wlrom presently.

Matthew (Sir), 9th son, b. at Thornton-in-Craven, Physician
to James 1. and Charles I., knighted by the latter in 163(i.
He purchased the estate of Buiwell, co. Lincoln, and d.
there s. p. Dec. 1656, aged 92.
The 6th son,

Michael Lister, Esq. of Frierhead-in-Craven, ?». Mary
Kebell, and d. circa 1610, leaving a son,

Sir Martin Lister, Knt. of Thorjie Arnold, co. Leicester,
who inherited Eurwell from his uncle, Sir Matthew. He la.
1st, Mary, dau. of Richard, Lord Wenman, of Tame, and
by her (who d. circa 1635) had, with a dau. Agnes, wife of
Sir William Hartopp, a son, Richard Lister, whose descen-
dants were settled at Thorpe Arnold. Sir Martin in. 2ndly,
Susanna, dau. of Sir Alexander Temple, of St. Mary, Hoo,
Kent, widow of Sir Gifford Thornhurst, Bart, by whom
she had a dau., Frances, rn. Richard Jenyns (the dau. of
this marriage was the celebrated Sarah, Duchess of Marl-
borough). By his 2nd wife Sir Martin had, with otlier
issue,

1 Michael, his successor.

2 Martin, M.D., the well-known Physician to Queen Anne,
a Fellow of the Royal Society, and a great benefactor to the
Aslimolean Museum, author of A Jmirney to Paris and
many works on Natural History and Medicine. He d. 2
Feb. 1711-12, and was buried at Clapham.

1 Susanna, rn. George Gregory, of Nottingham.

2 Frances, vi. Robert Barkham.

3 Jane, 5/1. 1st, Hugh Alington, of Stenigott; and 2ndly,
John Thynne, of Egham.

Sir Martin d. Aug. 1670 (his wife d. 1669), and was s. at Bur-
well by the eldest son of his 2nd marriage,

Michael Lister, Esq., to. 1659, Ann, widow of Thomas
Peers, of Alverstone, co. Warwick, and by her (who d. lCi7o>
left issue,

Matthew, his heir.

Elizabeth, m. privately, 16 May, 1689, Charles KnoUys,
claiming to be 4th Earl of Banbury. The validity of this
marriage was subsequently est;iblished, after a suit in the
Court of Arches. She (/. circa 1700, leaving a son, William,
styled I/)rd Wallingford, d. s. ik mO; and Katherine, c<.
1730, bur, in Lincoln Cathedral.

Jane. Mary, m. Thomas Beverley.

Mr. Lister d. 1678, and was s. by his son,

Matthew Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, 6. 1666, m. 1682,
Eleanor, dau. and eventual co-heir of Sir Charles Dymoke,
Knt. of Serivelsby, Champion to James 11., great-great-
grandson of Sir Edward Dymoke, Knt., Champion to Queen
Elizabeth, by Anne Talboys his wife, sister and co-heir of
Gilbert TaLboys, Baron Talboys of Kyme, and was father
of

Matthew Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, bapt. 1683, d. 1744,
and left issue by Sarah his wife,

I. Matthew, who .?. him.

I. Mary, m. Francis, Earl of Deloraine, and d. 1737.

Kis son,

Matthew Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, m. 1723, Grace,
widow of Sir Edward Boughton, Bart., and dau. of Sir John
Shuckburgh, Bart., and d. Jan. 1786, having had a son,

Matthew Dymoke Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, m. Lydia,
only child and heiress ot Joseph Bancroft, Esq., and by her
(wlio m. 2ndly, Joseph Livesey, Esq.) left at his decease, 1772,
with other issue, a son,

Matthew Bancroft Lister, Esq. of Burwell Park, who
claimed the Barony of Kyme. He m. 7 Feb. 1799, Miss Sophia
Bolton, and by her (who d. 27 Dec. 1851) had issue,

Matthew Henry, his heir.

John Samuel, of Saleby Grange, Alford, co. Lincoln, B.A.,
J. P., b. 25 Jan. 1812; m. 4 May, 1842, Flizalieth, eldest
dau. of William Wilcock, Esq. of Savile Hill, Halifax, and
has had issue, Matthew William, of 32nd Regt., b. 20 Jan.
1845, d. uiiM. 29 May, 1880 ; Hannah Frances, to. 1st,
Charles P. Elliott, H.E.I.C.C.S., who d. 1876 ; she ?)i. 2ndly,
Rev. F. C. Littler, Hector of Weston, Notts; Mary, in. l.o
July, 1867, J. E. Tanner, Esq., and d. 1868 ; Elizabeth
Sophia; and Katherine Ellen Maria, m. 26 Sept. 1872, J.
Herbert Bowman, Esq., and d. 1874.

Joseph Martin (Rev.), Rector of Muckton with Burwell, b.
Jan. 1813, and d. s. p. 1891,

George Arthur, Barrister-at-Law, d. 1850.

Alfred Edward, resident in Australia, and d. s. p. 1878.

Lydia Boughton, m. 27 June, 1834, the Rev. G. Jackson,
Rector of North Rcston, and d. 13 Sept. 1873.

Sopliia, m, Dec. 1831, the Rev. Francis Pickford, Rector of
Hagworthingham, son of Commander Charles Pickford,



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THE LANDED GENTRY.



LIT



E.X., 2nd son of Sir Joseph Kadcliffo, 1st Bart. He d. ISS3,
ana she, 18bS.
Mary, m. 17 Mar, lS'2o, George Marmaduke Alington, Esq.
of Swinhope, co. Liuoolu, and d. 9 May, 1577.
Ellen Frances.
3Ir. Lister d. U Oct. 1S4'2, and was s. by his eldest son,

Matthew Henry Lister, Esq. of Burwell Tark, b. 17 July,
IHOl ; m. 1823. Arabella, youngest dau. of John Craoroft, E.sq.
ofHackthorn Hall, co. Lincoln, by whom (whoi^. 1 Sept. Is73)
he had issue,

I. Matthew Henry, his heir.

I. Eiiiiiy Sophia, Hi. Key. William D. Marsden, (who d. 1866),
and if. I88b.

II. Lucy, d. 1883.

III. Florence Ai-abeUa, m. Kev. John Durell Durell, who d.
1879.

IV. Augusta Penelope Anne.

Mr. Lister was one of the co-heirs of the Barony of Kyme. He
li. 2 Jan. 1876, and was s. by his son.

Matthew-Henbt, present representative.

Arras — Erm., on a fess sa. three mullets or. Crest — A stag's
head erased ppr. il/of^o— Est modus.

tkat — Muckton, co. Lincoln.

Jitudencii — 9, Albert Koad, Dover.



LISTER OF FINNINGLEY PABK.

LiSTEE, Geoege Spoffoeth, Esq., M.A., of Fin-
ningley Park, co. York, and of Hirst Priory, co. Lin-
coln, J. P. and D.L. co. Lincoln, and J. P. West Riding
■cf Yorkshire, b. 12 June, 1811 ; m. 1st, Ellen, dau. of
Tlioinas Coidman, Esq. of Wliitgift Hall, co. York,
and 2ndh, 23 Nov. 1848, Caroline, 3rd dau. of
William Mostyn Owen, Esq. of Woodliouse, Salop.

Lineage. — George Stovin, Esq., son of George Stovin,
Esq. of Tetley House, co. Lincoln, took the surname and arms
of Lister, under the will of Thomas Lister, Esq. of Girsby
House, CO. Lincoln. By Elizabeth his wife he was father of

James Lister, Esq. of Ousefleet, m. 1800, dau. of Robert
Spofforth, Esq. of Howden, co. York, and had issue,

I. George Spoffobth, now of Finningley Park and Hirst
Piiorj-.

II. KoBERT Cornelius Empson, Esq. of Ousefleet (ichom
see).

III. Thomas Henry, of Scremby Hall, .Spilsby, Lincoln, M.A.
Vicar of Luddingcon, J. P.; m. IS.iS, Mary Charlotte, dau.
of Kev. Francis Swan, Rector of Bennington, and has a son
and two daus.. the younger of whom, Edicli Grace, m. 9
Jan. 1879, Langhorne Burton, Esq., of Somersby.

I. Hannah ElizabeLh, deceased.

II. Alice, m. George Smith Hayter, Esq. of Surbiton, and has
issue.

III. Sophia, d. unm. 1879.

IV. Maria, deceased.

V. Emily Spofforth, m. Rev. Thomas Ingham, Rector of
Rainhill, co. Lancaster (who is deceased).

VI. Ma'y Anne, m. Alexander Shand, Esq. of 'Warmsworth
House, CO. York, and has issue, Charles Lister, Barrister at-
Law, and Alice Mary.

VII. Louisa Helen, to. William Laird, Esq. of Birkenhead,
and has issue.

Arms—ETva., on a fess sa. three mullets or. Crest — A stag's
head ppr. issuing from a ducal coronet or. ilfo«io— Retinens
vestigia famae.

Ugatx — iinningley Park, Bawtry, Yorks, and Hirst Prioi-y,
Ep worth.



LISTER OF SHIBDEN.

LrsTEB, John, Esq. of Shibden Hall, co. York,
and Barrister of the Inner Temple, M.A. Bi'asenose
Coll. Oxford, b. 8 March, 1817.

Lineage.— The family is one of ancient date, tracing its
descent from Richard Lister, who, in tae year 14.i9 (17
Henry VI. ), purchased land at Ilipperholme, in the parish of
H.ilifax and in the vicinity of Shibden Hall, which has been in
tlie possession of the family since 1613.

One of their ancestors, John Lister, b. 1602, was fined for
not attending lo receive the honour of knighthood at the corona-
tion of King Charles I. ; the receipt for this fine is signed by
♦'Wentworthe," Earl of Strafford.

The full pedigree is in the Co'lege of Arms.

John Lister, of Shibden Hall, J. P., .s. Anne, dau. of Capt.
Jeremy Lister, of Shibden Hall ; m. 1844, Louisa Anne, only



dau. of Major Charles Grant, of the Island of St. Vincent, and
had issue,

John, now of Shibden Hall.

Charles Edmond, B.A. Caius Coll., Cambridge, 6. 15 June,
1849.

Anne, b. 20 Feb. 1852.
He d. 6 Aug. 1867.

Arms — (On the roof of Halifax Church) — Erm., on a fess sa.
three mullets or, a dexter canton gu. Crest — A stag's head
erased ppr.. charged on the neck with a trefoil slipped gu.
Motto -Justus propositi tenax.

Seat — Shibden Hall, Southowram, Halifax, co. York.



LITTLE, late OF LLANVAIR GRANGE.

Little, Eev. Cteorqe Sayile Lumley, B.A.,
late of Llanvair Grange, co. Monmouth, Vicar of
Sampford, Arundell, co. Somerset, b. 3 Feb. 1837 ;
m. 1st, 18()2, Sophia Louisa, only dau. of Rev.
William Corfield, Rector of Llangattoc, co. Mon-
mouth ; and 2ndly, 1865, Mary Sarah, dau. of
Henry Yates Whytehead, Esq. of Crake, co. York,
and has issue,

I. William Hunter, 6. 1866, d. 1887, unm.

II. Henry Hartley, 6. 1867. in. George, b. 1870.

IV. Arthur James, 6. 1871, d. 1875.

v. Arthur James, 6. 1875. vi. Frederick Robert, 6. 1876.
VII. Francis Whytehead, b. 1884.
. I. Mary Sophia. ii. Lucy Georgiana.

III. Eleanor Margaret. iv. Emma Dorothy.

V. Barbara Susan.

Liueag'e. — George Little, Esq., to. Henrietta Maria,
dau. of Samuel Forth, Esq., and had two sons, Simon ; and
Samuel, D.D., who m. Georgiana Augusta, dau. of Augustus,
4th Earl of Berkeley, and relict of George, 5th Earl of Granard.
Tlie elder son,

Simon Little, Esq., m. Letitia, sister of Sir James Bond,
Bart, of Cool.imber House, co. Longford, and had issue,
George, of whom presently; James; and Elizabeth. The
elder son,

George Little, Esq , m. 17!;9, Louisa, youngest dau. of
William Hornby, Esq. of The Hook, Hants, many years
Governor of Bombay while Warren Hastings was Governor of
Bengal, and by her had issue,

William Hunter, of Llanvair Grange.

John Hornl.y, H.E.I. CCS,, d. 1829.

James, Bariister-at-Law, d. 1875.

linima, m. 1842, Charles Reginald Buller, Esq. of Erie Hall,

Devon, and d. 1865.
Georgiana, d. unm.

The eldest son,

William Hunter Little, of Llanvair Grange, co. Mon-
mouth, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1852, 6. Oct. 1790 ; m. 1st,
1831, Mary, dau. of the Rev. Dr. Rogers, of Rainscombe, Wilts,
and by her (who d. 1833) had a dau.,
I Louisa Elizabeth Katherine, m. 1854, Frederick Townley
Parker, Esq. (who d. July, 1892), youngest son of Robert
Townley Parker, Esq. of Cuerden, co. Lancaster.

He m. 2ndly, May, 18.36, Georgiana, dau. of Winchcombe,
Henry Hartley, Esq., formerly Judge of the Vice-Admiralty
Court, Cape of Good Hope, and his wife the Lady Louisa
Lumley, dau. of Richard, 4th Earl of Scarborough, and by her
(who d. 25'Aug. 1891) had issue,

I. George Savile Lumley Little (Rev.), present represen-
tative.

II. James Law Charles Hunter, b. 1844 ; m. 1871, Eliza Mary,
dau. of John Box, Esq. of The Priory, Great Milton, co.
Oxford, and has two sons and one dau.

III. William Hunter Butler, Lieut. 4th King's Own Royals,
b. 1847: m. 1873, Amy Powys, only child of Edward Bode,
Esq., and has one son and two daus.

I. Emma Georgiana Charlotte, m. 1864, James Willoughby
Bond, Esq. of Farragh. co. Longford, and has had two sons
(both deceased) and four daus., of whom three survive.

II. Henrietta Hannah Louisa, ra. 1862, Lieut.-Col. Ussher
Lee Morris, late R.M. I ight Infantry, and has had three
sons (of whom one is deceased^, and one dau.

III. Barbara Khzabeth Maria, vi. 18CG, Capt. William Clode
Braddon, late Lieut. 75th Regt., Adjutant Brecon Volun-
teers, eldest son of W. Clode Braddon, Esq. of Skisdon,
Cornwall, and has two sons and six daus.

Mr. Little d. 10 Dec. 1804, and Llanvair Grange was sold on
the death of his widow in 1891.



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Ji-m-i—Ha., a chevron engrailed arg. Oresi — A leopard's
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Residence — Broadleigh, Wellington, co. Somerset.



LITTLE OF STEWARTSTOWN.

Little, Ellen Muheay, of Stewartstown, co.
Tyrone, *. lier father 1889.

Lineage. — The family of Little has been settled in cd.
Tyrone for the last two hundred years.

Alexander Little, Esq. of Legacurry, h. 1729, m. 175.5,
Ann, eldest dau. of Samuel Eliot, Esq. of Tullyhogue, and </.
11 April, 1773, having by her (who d. 24 Sept. 1790) had
issue,

I. Samuel, of whom hereafter.

II. James, b. 1768, m. Belinda, dau. of William Park, Esq.
of Itocklodge, co. Tyrone, and had issue,

Elizabeth, m. Samuel Jones, Esq. of Tullyhogue, and had
one son, James Little.
HI. John, 6. 1760; d. s.p. 1780.
The eldest son,

Samuel Little, Esq. of Stewartstown, h. 1756, an officer of
Hue 1st Tyrone Regt. of "Volunteers, ra. 1783, Sarah Eliot,
2nd dau. of Samuel Park, Esq. of Stewartstown, and Anna
Carson his wife (the "beautiful Anna Carson'), and d.
2 June, 1828, having by her (who d. 8 Aug. 1845) had issue,

I. John, 6. 10 Oct. 1790 ; d. 1796.

II. John, of whom hereafter.

I. Anna, d in infancy.

II. Jane, d. in infancy.

III. Sarah Anne, ft. in infancy.

IV. Mary, m. 27 Dec. 1814, Charles William, 2nd son of
William Hardy, Esq. of Loughgall, co. Armagh, J. P. ; an
Officer of the Armagh Eegt. of Light Infantry, and d.
181)8, leaving issue by him,

1 Samuel Little, b. 3 Oct. 1815, M.D., F.R.C.S., m. 1850,
Mary, dau. of Robert Montgomery, Esq., M.D., and
d. 29 Oct. 1868, leaving, with other issue, Henry and
Emma.

2 William, b. 19 July, 1817 ; d. young.

3 John, b. 7 Nov. 1823, Capt. Sid West Indian Eegt., d. 9
Sept. 1851.

4 Charles Henry, 6. 1823, M.D., settled in Australia.

1 Sarah Jane, d. young.

■2 Elizabeth Annn, vi. 10 Dec. 1846, Thomas Falkner
Fleetwood, Esq., and has had issue, Thoma.-^, h. 29 Oct.
1847 ; Charles Henry H., b. 25 Nov. 1848: William John,
A. 12 Sept. 1^50; George Samuel, 6. 8 Aug. 1852, </. young;
Arthur Little, 6. 24 Feb. 1856, d. 18G3; Edwin James, 6.
8 Sept. 1858, d. 1860 ; Mary Sybella, d. 1883 ; Henrietta
Elizabeth, and Emma.
3 Mary, d. young from an accident.
■V. Elizabeth Anna, d. 1874.

VI. Sarah Jane, m. 12 Dec. 1823, Rev. Robert Allen, D.D.,
and d. 23 Feb. 1858, leaving issue.
i John Little, 6. 28 Dec. 1824; d. 3 Jnne, 1846.

2 Samuel, 6. 25 June, 1826, M.D., m. 'JS July, 1863, Eliza-
beth, eldest dau. of Samuel Gibson, Esq., and rf. 20 Nov.
1874, having by her, who rf. 23 May, 1884. had issue,
Samuel Gibson, b. 9 June, 1864, rf. young, and Sarah.

3 Robert Austen, 6. 23 Dee. 1829, M.D., Surg.-Maj. Army
Medical Staff and 71st H. L. I., vi. 18 Jan. 1859, Mary,
Franklin, dau. of Andrew Risk, Esq. of Manweny, co.
Donegal, and d. 4 Dec. 1876, leaving issue, 1 Robert
Franklin, 6. 21 Feb. I860, Capt. R.E., ra. 11 Dec. 1886,



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