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, Scotland, 1GS9;
(yt. 23 Dec. 1723, Anne, dau. of John Neville, Esq. of Furnace,
CO. Kildare, granddau. of Edward liiggs, of lliggsdale, co.
Cork, and widow of John Perry, of Woodrooff, co. Tipperary,
and by her had issue, i. Thomas, his successor; ii. Edward;
III. James ; iv. John, who all went lo America, founded there
the town of Somerville, and all d. s. 'p. ; i. Elizabeth ; ii.
Agnes Agnew, m. Dr. Griffin; iii. Margaret, m. William Lim-
erick, Esq. of Union Hall ; iv. Judith, la. her cousin. Rev. W.
Cameron; v. Alice, 7/i. Major William Ancram. Mr. Somer-
ville was s. by his son,

Thomas Somerville, Esq. of Castlehaven, co. Cork, m. 1759,
Mary, dau. of Capt. Philip Townsend, of Uerry, in the same
CO., and by her (who d. 1815) had issue, i. Thomas Townsend,
his successor; ii. Richard Xeville; iii. Philip, of the Prairy,
Schull, CO. Cork ; i. Anna, m. Joseph Reeves, Esq. ; ii. Mary,
m. Edward Becher, Esq., and d. 1848; iii. Catherine, m. T.
Hungerford, Esq. of Farley Cottage, co. Cork ; iv. Susan, d.
unrd. : v. Alice, ,n. William Parker, Esq., and d. 1840; VI.
Judith, m. Becher Fleming, Esq. of New Court, co. Cork; vii.
Agnes, 7)1. Capt. J. Townsend; viii. Harriet, d. unm. Mr.
Somerville d. March, 1793, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Townsend Somerville, Esq. of Drishane, and
Castlehaven, co. Cork, J. P., vi. Nov. 1796, Elizabeth Becher,
dau. of John Townsend, Esq., M.P., of Shepperton, and by her
(who (/. Feb. 1832) had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. John Townsend, Major H.M. Bengal Service, 6. 1800 ; m.
May, 1836, Frances Margaret, of Rev. Arthur Herbert,
Rector of Myross Wood, co. Cork. He d. 1861.

III. Richard, d. young.

IV. William Henry, (i. young.

V. Henry Owens Becher Townsend (Rev.), Rector of Done-
railc, d. 1867.

VI. Philip llor.atio Townsend, Admiral R.N., m. 1849, Mary
Stewart, dau. of David Maitland M'Gill Crichton, Esq. of
Rankeilour, co. Fife, and by her (who d, May, 1881; has

VII. James Edward, M.D., m. 1849, Ellen, dau. of John
French, E(.q. of Rath, co. Cork (of an elder branch of the
Frenches o/' Marino), and had issue.

VIII. Morris Townsend, in Australia, m. Miss Anketcll, and
(/. 1891, leaving issue.

I. Mary,?a. Jonas Morris Townsend, Esq. of Point (2nd sort
of Richard Townsend, Esq. of I'oint House).

II. Elizabeth, yii. 1831, her cousin, Riclui)-d Neville Somer-
ville, Esq. of MilltieUi, Roscarbery, and U. 1891.

Mr. Somerville d. June, 1811, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Somerville, Esq. of Drishane, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1863, b. 1797 ; m. 12 Oct,. 1822, Henrietta Augusta,
eldest dau. of Col. Richard Boyle Townsend, of Castle Town-
send, and had issue,

I. Thomas Henrt, now of Drishane.

1. Henrietta.
Mr. Somerville d. 19 May, 1882, and w.ts s. by his eldest son,
the present Col. Thomas Henry Somerville, of Drishane.

Seat— Drishane, Skibbereen, co. Cork.


SoTHEBY, Major-Gen. EiiEnEuicK Edward, of
Ecton, CO. iNorthampton, Lieut.-Col. late ilifl&


THE la:n^ded gentry.



Brigade, commanded Staffordshire Infantry Volun-
teer Brigade from 1888 to 1892 ; b. 1837 ; m. 1876,
Edith Marion, eldest dau. of Thomas Macmillan-
Scott, Esc[. of Wauchope and Pinnacleliill, co. Rox-

Lineage. — The name of this family is traceable to the
carl}' part of the I5th century, when Jodn Southebt, of Pock-
lington, CO. YorU (son of Southebt, of co. Lincoln), was s. by
his son,

John Soctheby, of Pocklington, m. a dau, of Ehvood, of
Seaton, and was s. by his son,

KoGEB SoTHEEY, m. 3. dau. of Mennell, of Hawnby, and
was s. by his son,

John Sothebt, of Pocklington, m. Jane, eldest dau. and
co-heir of Sir William Hawcliffe, of Grimthorpe, by whom he

EoGEB, of Pocklinrrton, in. Eleanor, dau. of Sir William
Constable, of Hatfield, in Holderness, and had by her an
■ only dau. and heir, Margaret, m. William Hungate, of Sax-
. ton, she was living 1585.

Robert, of Byrd^hail Hall, co. York, vi. Grace, dau. of Sir
Marniaduke Vavasour, Knt.. and d. 31 July, 1594, aged 80,
having had (with ten other children), Thomas Sutheby, heir
of Birdsliall Hall, ra. Isabella, dau. of Antony Bird, Esq. of
Newcastle, and widow of F. Thorpe, Esq. of Birdshall. This
branch, after five generations, ended in an only child,
Elizabeth Sothcby, m. Hon. Thomas Willoughby (who d. 2
Dec. 1742), 2nd son of Thomas, 1st Lord Middleton; she d.
in 1"52.

TnoMAS, iif whom presently.

William, Lord Mayor of York, whose branch appears to have
become extinct after two generations.

The 3rd son,

Thomas Sothebt, Esq. of Bishop Wiiton, co. York, m.
Mary Hall, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Sothebt, Esq. of Bishop Wilton, ra. a dau. of —
Bloy, and dying 1605, was s. by his eldest son,

Eev. Thomas Sothebt, m. Katherine, 2nd dau. of Thomas
Dandy, Esq. of Combes, in Suffolk, and, by her (who d. 13
Sept. 1624) eight sons and five daus., of whom were
Koger. James.

John, of Bury St. Edmund's, Barrister-at-Law and Recorder
of Bury, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William CastJeton,
Bart., by whom he had a son, John, who d. s. p., and two
The 2nd son,

James Sothebt, Esq. of Hackney, Middlesex, purchased the
manor of Sewardstone, Essex, 1673 ; he iii. Mary Gooding, and
<lying 1685, was s. by his only surviving son,

James Sothebt, Esq., ra. Anne liobinson (whose descent is
traced from Henry Norris, who, in the reign of Henkt VII.,
changed his name from Nonsis to Eobisson, and whose grand-
father, William Norris (orXorrevs), hadj^i. Anne, dau. of Mere-
dith ap Tudor, and sister of Sir Owen Tudor, whose illustrious
Welsh descent is well known), and had several children, none
of whom left issue, except the 4th son,

William Sothebt, Esq., a Col. in the Coldstream Guards,
ra. Elizabeta, dau. of William Sloane, Esq. of Stoneham, Hants,
ty whom he had (with three daus., Elizabeth, Kose, and Anne,
all of whom d. uma.) two sons,
William, nf whom presently.

Thomas, Admiral R.N., ra. 1st, Sarah, dau. of Christopher
Anstey, Esq. of Trumpington, co. Cambridge, by whom he
had issue,
Sarah, ra. Eev. Armytage Gaussen, of Mesden, Herts, and
d s.p.

Elizabeth, m. Capt. Thraston, of Talgarth, co. Merioneth,
and left a sun, Clement, m. and has had issue.
He ra. 2ndly, 1806, Lady Mary Anne Bourke, 4th dau. of
the Most Eev. Joseph Deane, D.D., 3rd Earl of Mayo,
Archb'.shop of Tuam, and by her (who d. 24 March, 1830)
had issue,
Thomas Hans (Rev.), Vicar of Milverton, m. Jane, dau.
of the Ven. Archdeacon Hamilton, and d. 1883, leaving
a son, Eev. Walter Hamilton Sotheby, Vicar of St.
Barnabas, South Lambeth, to. 24 Oct. 1893, Hon. Frede-
Tica Spring Rice, sister of 2nd Baron Monteagle.
Edward Southwell (Sir), Admiral E.N., K.C.B., 6.1813.
m. 1864, Lucy Elizabeth, dau. of Henry John Adeane,
Esq. of Babiahani, co. Cambridge, and has issue, William
Edward Southwell, 6. 1865; Herbert George, b. 1871;
Alfred Frederick, 6. 1874.
Mary Anne, m. her cousin, Eear-Admiral Charles

Charlotte, m. Rev. Robert Boothby Heathcote, and d.

having had issue.
Catlierme Sophia, to. Eev. Mr. Heathcote, and d. s. p.
The eldest son and successor to his father,
William Sothebt, Esq. of Sewardstone, was well known in

literary circles as the successful translator of Oberon, of the
Georgics of Virgil, and at 70 years of age. of Homer's Iliad
and Odyssey ; he was also the author of several original poems.
He was b. 1757; to. Mary, dau. of Ambrose Isted, Esq. of
Ecton, CO. Northampton, by Anne his wife, sister and co-heir
of Sir Charles Buck, Bart, of Hanby, and had issue,
William, Lieut.-Col. in the Foot Guards, </. s. p.
Charles, of whom presently.

George, in the H.E.I.C.S., killed in defending the Residency
at Nagpore, in the Mahratta war.
Hans, H.E.I.C.S., to. Isabella, dau. of Luke Hopkinson,
Esq. of Highbury, and d. 1827, leavfng a son, Hans Williniii,
b. 1827 ; m. 1864, Charlotte, eldest dau. of Charles John
Cornish, Esq. of Salcombe House, Sidmouih, and d. s. p.
Frederick, C.B., Col. Bengal Artillery, d. 1870.
Maria, d. 1852. Harriet Louisa, d. 1SC5.

He d. 1833, and was s. by his eldest surviving son,

Charles Sothebt, Esq., Eear-.\dmiral of the Blue. He m.
1st, 1819, Hon. Jane Hamilton, dau. of William, 7th Lord Bel-
haven and Stenton, by whom (who d.. 1820) he had

Charles William Hamilton, late of Sewardstone 1 Manor
and Ecton.

He ra. 2ndly, 1830, his cousin, Mary Anne, dau. of Admiral
and Lady Mary Anne Sotheby, by whom (who d. 1881) he had
further issue,
Frederick Edward, now of Ecton.
Mary Anne, (i. 1884. Eleanor Catherine.

Jane Louisa, ra. Lieut. -Col. T. W. Cator, 2nd son of Eev.
Thomas Cator, by Lady Louisa Frances Lumley his wife,
dau. of John, 7th Earl of Scarborough.
Cecilia Elizabeth.

Eear-Admiral Sotheby d. Jan. 1854, and was s. by his eldest

Charles William Hamilton Sothebt, Esq. of Sewardstone
Manor and Ecton, J. P. cos. Essex, Middlesex, and Northamp-
ton, High Sheriff fur the latter 1881, late Capt. 60th Eifles, 6.
1820; 5. to the Ecton estate inl881, on the death of his cousin,
Ambrose Isted, Esq. of Ecton ; d. while yachting 23 March,
1837, at Government House, Antigua, W.I., and was s. by his
half brother, the present Major-Gen. Sothebt, of Ecton, who
sold the Sewardstone Manor in 1884.

^niis (as granted in 1563)— Arg., on a fesse vert, between
three crosses-crosslet sa., as many talbots of the first. Mr.
Sothebt quarters : 1st, az., three quatrefoils arg. ; 2nd, az.,
two barrulets or, over all a lion rampant gu., for Eatcliffe;
3rd, quarterly arg. and gu., 2nd and 3rd quarters freltee or, a
fesse az. charged with a crescent of the third, for Norris ; 4th,
gu., three Catherine wheels or, for Speke ; 5lh, az., a chevroa
arg., for Hasselwall; 0th, az., a cross moline or, for Molt-
nedx ; 7th, arg., a falcon volant from a nest ppr., for Erneis ;
8ih, gu., a lion rampant arg. within a bordure engrailed or,
for Garnet. Crest — A demi-talbot ppr. Iluttu — Ou bien, ou

Seat — Ecton, Northampton.


SouTHAM, Thomas, Esq. of The Hollies, co. Salop,
J.P., b. 18 Aug. 1818 ; m. 4 March, 1845, Mary
Anne, dau. of the late Eobert Lucas, Esq., and by
her has had issue,

I. Samcel Clement, b. 6 Jan. 1849; ra. 4 April, 1872, Alice,
dau. of the late Joseph Whitehouse, Esq. of Churchfields,
CO. Stafford, and has issue, one son, Lionel Akthur
Clement, and two daas.

II. John Downes, b. 21 Aug. 1850; ra. 16 April, 1874. Frances
Louisa, dau. of the late Henry Eidgway. Esq. of Leigh-
ton-Buzzard, and has issue, one son.

III. Arthur William, b. 23 Jan, 1854 ; d. 23 Aug. 1S70.

IV. Walter Thomas, b. 26 June, 1857.

V. Herbert Eobert Henry, 6. 20 Aug. 1859.

I. Alice Isabelle.

II. Edith Harriette.

III. Helen Mary.

IV. Agnes Emily, 7i!. 7 April, 1881, E. Hyla Greves, Esq.,
M.D., 3I.R.C.P., <tc., Bournemouth.

V. Evelyn Amy, d. 31 July, 1874.

VI. Constance Ada.

VII. Lilian Maude, m. 14 April, 1SS5, W. S. Owen, Esq. of

Iiineagre. — This family, of Norman extraction, became
established in England at the Conquest, and was subsequently
seated at Southam, co. Warwick, where, for a long period ,
they held landsfrom the Abbots of Coventry. In the 17th cen-
tury, George Southam, Esq., derived from a branch of this





ancient house, resided at Barton, in Buckinshamshire. He
Id., and left i<sue, Georoe, of Barton, his lioir, from whom
descended, Ferdinando Southani, of Winslow, Bucks, and
George Soiitham, of Barton, iii tlie same shire. In the year
1790, some of the descendants of Ferdinando Southani, the
representative of the elder branch, following the impulse
given to commerce and manufactures in the north of England,
established themselves in Manchester, co. Lancaster.

The Shropshire bninch of this family settled in that county
in the middle of the ISth century.

Thomas de SocTH.iM was Abbot of Burton-on-Trent in the
ItJth ye;»r of Uiciiakd II., succeeding John of Ipstoke. In
1414, KicHARD SocTHAM was elected Mayor of Coventry. In
the I6th century the Oseney Abbey estate, Barton (after tlie
suppression of the monasteries), was in the possession of this
family. In July, 155S, Robert Southam was burnt at the
stake in Smithtield for his religious opinions. In 1.5i)ti,
Thomas Soctbam voyaged from the "Towre of Colmogro unto
the citie of Novogorode, in Russia," and wrote an account
publiscd by Hakluyt, 1.589. He was killed in the " English
House " when the " Crimme " Tartars burnt Moscow, 24 Blay,

Samuel Soctham, Esq. of the Scotts and formerly of Moor
Hall, Salop, b. 1750 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Phillips,
Esq. of Catesby, and by her (6. 1750 ; d. 6 Feb. 1814), had

.Samuel, 0. 7 May, 1788 : d. an infant.
Thomas, of whom presently.

WilliaM, of the White House, Newent, Gloucester, b. 30
April, 1791; killed by a fall from his horse, 22 May,
James, b. ft March, 1793 ; <?. an infant.

Samuel Fhillips, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, Coroner
for Southern Division of Shropshire, 6. 11 Aug. 1795 ; d. 22
March, 1S6S.
• Maiy Anne, 6. 15 Feb. 1787 ; m. T. Crump, Esq. of Cliorley,
Elizabeth, b. 11 Aug. 1795 ; m. Rev. J. F. Filewood, Chap-
lain to the Forces, Bermuda, and d. 30 June, 1855.
Jane, h. 1 April, 17U7; d. 19 May, 1817.
Mr. Southam </. 29 Aug. 1825. His second son,

Thomas Southam, Esq. of Blundell House, Stottesden,
Salop, b. 13 Jan. 1790; hi. 14 July, 1814, Martha, dau. of John
Downcs, Esq. of Moor Hall, Salop, and by her (6. 10 Dec. 1788 ;
d. 3 .\ug. ISSO) had issue,

I. Thomas, present representative.

II. John Downes, b. 28 .\ug. Is20; m. Louisa, dau. of the
late J. Gandell, Esq. C.E., and d. s. p. 12 July, 1879.

III. William Henry, 6. 1823; d. 19 Nov. 1842.

IV. Samuel, b. Jan 1829; d. 7 March, 1831.

I. Elizabeth Martlia, b. 3 July, I8l5 ; /». T. Sale Townsend,
Esq., andrf. 27 Xov. 1843, leaving issue.

II. Harriet, b. 31 July, 1816 ; d. II May, 1843.

III. Marianne, 6. 4 Nov. 1831.

Mr. Southam d. 31 Dec. 18G3.
Stat— The Hollies, Shrewsbury.


Hayward-Sodthey, Elizabeth, only surviring
dau. and heiress of Thouas Uayward-Southby,
Esq. of Carswell, Berks.

Lineage. — Richard Southbt, of Carswell, co. Berks (son
of John Southby, of Carswell, d. 1599), ?/i. Jane, eldest dau. of
Edward Kcate, of Locking, co. Berks, and d. 1606, having had
three sons, John, his heir ; Thomas, of Stanford, Berks ;
Robert, of Appleton, ancestor of that branch. The eldest son
and heir,

John Southet, Esq. of Carswell, J.P., aged 67 in 1664, ?u.
Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William Wiseman, Esq. of Steven-
ton, CO. Berks, and had issue. The eldest son and heir,

Richard Southby, Esq. of Carswell, living (aged 41) 1664,
'III. 1648, Catherine, dau. and co-heir of Robert Strange, Esq.
of Somerford Keynes, co. Wilts, by Jane his wife, dau. of Sir
Anthony Hungerford, Knt. of Blackburton, co. Oxford, and
Farley Castle, Wilts, and had issue. He d. 1703, and was ».
by his eldest son,

Joh.n Soutuet, Esq. of Carswell, aged 12 in 1664, m. 1676,
3Iary Trenchard, of Lychett Maltravers, Dorset, and d. 1741,
having had (uitli two daus.) an only son,

Richard Southbt, Esq. of Carswell, m. 1707, Bridget, only
dau. and heir of Nathaniel Lye, D.D., Archdeacon of co.
Gloucester, and by her (who d. 1766) had issue. Mr. Southby
(whose will is dated 6 Dec. 1747, and proved 27 Sept. 1750) was
«. by his eldest son,

Edward Southbt, Esq. of Carswell, d.imm. l.%.June, 1793,
'iged 81, and was .t. by his brother,

Henrt Soutuby, Esq. of Carswell, bapt. 30 Dec. 1718; ire.
Sarah, only dau. of James Harris, Esq. of Salisbury, relict of
William Ilayter, Esq., and d. s. p. 1797, leaving his estate of
Carswell to his nephew (only child of his sister, Bridget, who
m. Rev. John Hay^vard),

Sir Thomas Hatward, Knt., who became of Carswell. He
was Clerk of the Cheque to the Corps of Gentleman Pensioners.
He in. 2oNov. 177.5, Catherine, dau. of James Harrington, Esq.
of Abergavenny, and d. 1799, leaving an only surviving dau.
and heir,

Elizabeth Hatward, m. 1799, Thomas William Chamberlaia
Perfect, Esq. of Hammersmith, Middlesex, and, jure v.xons,
of Carswell, only son (by his 2nd wife, Henrietta, dau. of
William Johnston, of Campden, co. Gloucester) of Willianv
Perfect, Esq. of West JIulling, Kent, M.D., son of Rev.
William Perfect, Vicar of East Mailing. She ;(. 19 July, 1801,
leaving by Mr. Perfect (who m. 2ndly, 22 Sept. 1802, Anne[
dau. of David Clcgg, of Maidstone), an only son, Thomas, who
assumed by royal licence, 1 Nov. 1822, the surname of Hay-

Thomas Hatward-Southbt, Esq. of Carswell, Berks, F.S.A.,
b. 5 May, 1801; m. 7 April, 183.5, Elizabeth, only dau. of
Charles St. Barbe, Esq. of Lymington, Hants, and had issue,

I. John, b. 9 Aug. 1839 ; d. unm. 3 March, I8GI.

I. Jlary, d. %inm. 11 April, 1855.

II. Elizabeth, his heir.

^r?iis— Quarterly : 1st and 4th or, a chevron between three-
apples gu., for Southbt : 2nd and 3rd arg., on a bend sa. three
fleurs-de-lis of the first, upon a chief of the second a lion of the
tield, for Hatward. C - <i,t— A demi-lion rampant or, holding
in the dexter paw an apple gu.

liesidmce — Twyford Lodge, Cavendish Road, Bournemouth.


SowERBY, Thomas George, Esq. of Pntteridge
Park, Herts, b. 8 April, 1S66 ; s. his father 1888.

Lineage.— George SowERET, Esq. of Putteridge Park and
Dalton Hall, J. P. and D.L. (who d. 1868), ra. Anne Johnson,
dau. of William Hutchinson, Esq., and by her (who d. Nov.
1861) left a son,

George Sowebbt, Esq. of Putteridge Park, Herts, Daltore
Hall, CO. York, and Dalston Hall, Cumberland, J. P. for cos.
Herts and Bedford, High Sheriff 1876, Col. Durham Militia, 6.
1832: m. 29 Oct. 1863, Emily Isabella Jane, dau. of Robert
Airey, Esq. of Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and had issue,

I. Thomas George, now of Putteridge Park.

II. Harry .John.

III. Francis Hubert Airey.

I. Emily Frances Annie.

II. Lilian Mary.

HI. Violet Florence.

Col. Sowerby d. 2 Aug. 1SS8.
Seat — Putteridge Park, Luton.


Spaight, Col. George Campbell, of Derry
Castle, CO. Tipperarj, J. P. cos. Clare, Tipperary,
and Limerick, Col. Commanding Limerick City
Artillery, Local Government Inspector 1880-93,
b. 9 Oct. 1831 ; m. 12 Aug. 1863, Dorina, only
dau. of the Chevalier Peine iJeretta, of Corfu, and
has had issue,

I. Francis Beretta, b. 30 May, 1864; d. 13 July, following.

I. Luisa Dorina, b. 13 Aug. 1865; rn. 30 Jan. 1889, Capt. C-
W^. Gartside Tipping, and has issue, Irene Maria Luisa;
Daphne Dorina Flora; and Dorothy Elspeth.

II. Caroline Mabel, b. 20 Sept. 1860; m. 1 Dec. 1891, Capt.
Phillip Ripton Cronipton, R.A.

Col. G. C. Spaight began his service in the 91st
(Argyllshire) Highlanders, served with the 31st
Regt. in the Crimea, and after with the 2nd Batt.
9th Regt. (medal and clasp, and Turkish War
medal) .

Lineage. — James Spaioiit, of Woolwich, Kent, after-
wards of Coleraine, co. Derry (whose will was proved 1669),
was father of





Thomas Spaight, Esq., whose son and heir,

Thomas Spaight, Esq. of Bunratty Lodge, co. Clare, Sene-
schal to Henry, 7th Earl of Thomond, was on the Grand Jury
of Clare, and signed the address to Charles II., 1683. He had
a grant of arms from Sir Kichard Carney, Ulster King of Arms,
dated 20 Dec. 1684. He m. Eliza, dau. of Mounttord West-
ropp, Esq. of Attyflin and Bunratty, co. Clare, and by her had

Thomas, of Bunratty Lodge and Eurrane, High Sheriff co.
Clare 1725, m. 26 Sept. 1725, Grace, dau. of Edward Hoare,
Esq., M.P., CO. Cork, by whom (whose will, dated 1 Feb.
1764, was proved 8 Aug. 1765) he left at his decease, 10
Oct. 1757,

1 Thomas, of Kinsale, co. Cork, whose will, dated 13 Sept.
1771, was proved 4 July, 1775. He m. Prudence, dau. of
Francis Hely, Esq. of Gortrough, and sister of Right Hon.
John Hely-Hutchinson (father of Richard, 1st Earl of
Donoughniore), and had issue,

John, d. s. p.

Prudence, m. Edward Ferriter, Esq. of co. Kerry, ard

had issue.
Mary Grace, d. .«. p.
Christian, m. Richard TyiTcll, Esq. of Bame, and

d. s. p.

2 Palmer, d. s. p. 3 Joseph, d. s. p.

4 Samuel, m. Diana, dau. of John llickey, Esq. of Cap-
pagh, CO. Clare, and d. s. p>.

1 Katherine, d. unm.

2 Grace, to. 1749, Robert Reeves, Esq. of Coik, who d.

William, of whom presently.
The 2nd son,

William Spaight, Esq. of Sis-mile Bridge, co. Clare, m.
Ann, dau. of Mountiford Westropp, Esq. of Attyflin, and widow
of Richard Bury, Esq. of Mount Pleasant, co. Clare, and by
her had issue,

I. William, of whom presently. ii. Westropp.

I. Elizabeth.

II. Mary, m. Rev. Francis Morice, of Atterbiiry, co. Clare.

The son and heir,

WiLLiA.M Spaight, Esq. of Corbally, Capt. 65th Regt. (with
which he served at Bunker's Hill), High Sheriff for co.
Clare, m. 1784, Millicent Anne, dau. of Thomas Studdert, Esq.
of Bunratty Castle, co. Clare, and by her (who d. 1846) had

I. William, a Capt. in the army, d. s. p.
It. Thomas, of Corbally, co. Clare, in. Elizabeth, dau. of
Rev. Robert Gabbett, LL.D., of Castle Lake, co. Clare.

III. George (Rev.), of Limerick, B.A., m. Mary Ann, dau.
of William Smith, Esq. of Cherrymount, co. Meath, and
had issue, George and Ann Millicent.

IV. Henry, of Corbally, co. Clare, an OfiBcer in the 4Sth
Regt., b. 1798; m. 1838, Constantia, dau. of Rev. Robert
Gabbett, LL.D., of Castle Lake, co. Clare, and had issue,
William FitzHenry, Lieut. -Col. R.E., b. 1842; m. 1868,
Ellen, dau. of Thomas Crowe, Esq. of Dromore, co. Clare,
D.L., Robert, Elizabeth, (/. unm., Helen Constance Thoma-
sina, Anna Margaret, and Gustava.

V. Feancis, of Derr> Castle.

I. Maria, m. Francis Morrice, Esq. of Springfield, co. Clare.

II. Millicent, d. unm.

Mr. Spaight d. 1798. His 5th son,

Fbancis Spaigut, Esq. of Derry Castle, co. Tipperary, J.P.,
b. 24 June, 1790; m. 1812, Agnes, dau. of James Campbell
Paterson, Esq. of Kilrush, co. Clare, and sister of Duncan
Campbell, Laird of Asknish, Lochgair House, co. Argyll, and
(I. 16 Feb. 1861, leaving issue,

William, of Derry Castle.

James, J. P., High Sheriff, co. Limerick, 1853, M.P. for the

city of Limerick 1859-65, Mayor of that city 1856 and

1877, b. 1818 ; m. 1850, Elizabeth .tVlason, dau. of John

Eckford, M.D.
Francis, d. s. p.

George Campbell, now of Derry Castle.
Jean, d. 1840 ; rn. George Julius, M.D., of Richmond, Surrey,

and had issue.

Agnes, m. Col. Lnmley, late 3Ist Regt., and has issue.
Harriette, m. Col. Astell, of West Lodge, Dorchester, and

has issue.
Amelia, m. Major John Blood Smyth, of Fedainore House,

CO. Limerick, and has issue.

His eldest son,

William Spaight, Esq. of Derry Castle, J.P. for cos. Clare
and Tipperary, High Sheriff Limerick city 1850, 6. 6 March,
1817; TO. 18 Sept. 1845, Anne, only dau. of Capt. Marcus
Paterson, of Shepperton, co. Clare, and had issue,

I. Francis Windham, 6. at Rome, 12 Feb. 1847 ; d. s. p. 17

July, 1865.
I. Caroline Mary Gertrude, d. 8 May, 1865.

Arms — Arg., on a fesse sa., three pheons of the field. Crest
-Ajayppr. JV/o»o— Vi et virtute.
Seat — Derry Castle, Killaloe.


Spalding, Augttstus Feedeeice Moxtagtt,
Esq. of Holm and Dalarran Lodge, co. Kirkcud-
bright, J.P. and D.L., b. 23 Oct. 1838.

liineagre. — John Spalding, Esq. of The Holm and .Skir-
mers, co. Kirkcudbright, m. Mary Ann, eldest dau. of Thomas,
4th son of Sir Robert Eden, Bart, (see Burke's Peerage). She
?/i. 2ndly, Henry, 1st Lord Brougham and Vaux (see Burke's
Peerage) and d. 12 Jan. 1865. The son,

John Eden Spalding, Esq. of The Holm and Skirmers, co.
Kirkcudbright, J.F.,m. 18 Aug. 1831, Hon. Mary Wilhelmina,
dau. of John Henry, 1st Viscount ot Templetown, and by her
(who d. "20 March, 1876) had issue,

Augustus Frederick Montagu, now of Dalarran.

John Henry, killed at Sebastopol 1855.

Mary Helen, ra. 11 .April, ls74, the Hon. and Rev. John

Grey, Canon of Durham, and Rcclor of lloughton-le-Spring

{see Burke's Peerage, Grey, E.).
Seat — Dalarran Lodge, Xew Galloway, N.B.
Toion ResiderLce — 3, Morpheth Terrace, S.W.


Sparke, Edward Bowyee, Esq. of Gnntliorpf??
Hall, Norfolk, M.A., J.P. and D.L., High SherifP,
1877, b. 28 July, 1832 ; m. 4 July, 1872, Annie,
2nd dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Marcon, of Wal-
lington Hall, near Do'wnliam Market, Norfolk, and
has issue,

Henry Bowtek, b. 10 Feb. 1875.

Ethel Agnes.

Lineag'e. — The family of Sparke has long been s

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