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Arg., on a bend az., cotised vert, three bucks' heads
caboshed or, quartering the Awsthwaite arms, viz., gu., two
bars arg., in chief three mullets of six paints pierced or. Crest —
A stag's head arg., attired or, collared vert. Motto— Sani
changer.

Seal — Ponsonby Hall, Carnforth, Whitehaven.



STANLEY OF CROSS HALL.

Stanley, Edwaed James, Esq. of Cross Hall, co.
Lancaster, and of Quantock, co. Somerset, M.A.,
Ch. Ch. Oxford, J.P. and County Councillor co.
Somerset, High Sheriff 1880, and D.L. for co. Lan-
caster, M.P. for West Somerset 18S2 to 1885, and
for Bridgwater Division since 1885, b. 16 Dec.
182fi ; m. 19 Sept. 1872, the Hon. Mary Dorothy
Labouchere, eldest dau. and co-heir of Henry, Lord
Taunton (extinct), and has issue,

I. Henet Thomas, b. 20 Aug. 1873.

II. Edward Arthur Vesey, 6. 30 Aug. 1879.
I. Evelyn Mary, b. 30 Aug. 1877.

Lineage.— Peter Stanlet, Esq. (2nd son of Sir Thomas
Stanley, 2nd Bart, of Bickerstaff, and brother of Sir Edward



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Stanley, Bart., ancestor of the present Earl of Derby), m.
19 April, 1G83, Catherine, dau. of Col. Alexander liigby, of
Middleton, Goosnargh, and dying 1686, was ». by his son,

Thomas Stanley, Ksq. of Cross Hall, High Sheriff 1718; he
ill. Catherine, dau. of Anthony Parker, E.sq. of Bradkirk, co.
Lancaster, and had, with two daus. (Mary, in. Rev. John
Lowe, and Rebecca), three sons. The 2nd son,

Rev. Thomas Stanley, D.D., bapt. 2 June, 1717, Rector of
Winwick, co. Lancaster, 7/1. Betty, dau. and co-heir of John
Shaw, Esq. of the city of York, and by her (who d. 4 Dec.
1780) had issue,

Thomas, of Cross Hall, Ji. 14 Sept. 1749, Col. 1st Regt. of
Royal Lancashire Militia and M.l*. for co. Lancaster from
1780 to lsl2 ; rf. unm. 8 Jan. 1818.

John, an Officer in the army, b. 18 Jan. 1750; d. unm.

James, who carried on the line.

Betty.

Catherine, m. John B. Sawrey Morritt, E.5q. of Rokeby Park,
CO. York; d. s. jj.

Dr. Stanley was buried at Ormskirk, 30 June, 1764. His 3rd
son,

James Stanley, E.iq., Barrister, b. 26 Dec. 17.50 ; d. 28 Sept.
1810. He Hi. May, 1786, Augusta, dau. of John Cornwall, Esq.
■of Hendon, Middlesex, by whom he had issue, i. Edward, his
heir; 11. Thomas (Rev.), 6. 1799; d. 28 Dec. 1864; i. Augusta;
11. Elizabeth, and in. Catherine. The son and heir,

Edward Stanley, Esq. of Cross Hall, J. P. and D.L., 6. 1789;
ill. 3 Sept. 1819, Lady Mary Maitland, 2nd dau. of James,
^th Earl of Lauderdale, and by her (who d. 8 Nov. 1877) had
issue,

Edward James, now of Cross Hall.

Eleanor Julian (Hon.), late Maid of Honour to the Queen, r,i.
11 Dec. 1866, Samuel Long, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Bromley
Hill, Kent (ste that family), who (/. 31 Aug. 1881.

Augusta, m. 12 July, 1841, Richard, Earl of Dartrey, and d.
9 Aug. 18s7, leaving issue.

Mr. Stanley d. 8 March, 1870.

Arms — Arg., on a bend az. three stags' heads caboshed or.
Ci-est — On a chapcau gu., turned up erm., an eagle with wings
-expanded or, preying on an infant ppr. in its cradle or, swaddled
gu., banded or. Motto — Sans changer.

Seat — Quantock Lodge, Bridgwater, Somerset.

Town Residence — 14, Grosvenor Square, W.

Clubs — Carlton, Travellers' and \V luce's.



STANLEY OF PAULT0N3,

Sloane-Stanlet, Roger Ctkil Hans, Esq. of
Paultons, Hants, Lieut. 3rd bait. Leicestershire
Regt., b. 29 March, 1875 ; educated at Eton ; s. his
father 1888.

Lineag-e. — Sir Hans Sloane, of Chelsea, b. 1660; vi.
169,% Elizabeth, widow of Fulke Rose, Esq., and had two daus.,
Sarah; and Elizabeth, who ?». Charles, Lord Cadogan. Sir
Hans d. 1753, leaving his property between his two daus. The
elder,

Sarah Sloane, to. (1719), George Stanley, Esq. of Paultons,
who d. 1733, leaving issue,

I. Hans Stanley (Uight Hon.), Charge d'Affaires in Paris,
d. v.nm. 1780.
1. Anne (Lady Mendip), d. 1802.
a. Sarah (Mrs. DUyley), d. 1795.
On the death of Mr. Hans Stanley in 1780, the Paultons
estates passed (subject to his sisters' lives) to his cou.sin,

Hans Sloane, Esq. of South Stoneham, Hants, nephew of
Sir Hans Sloane. He took the name of Stanley, and was s. by
iris son,

William Sloane-Stanley, Esq. of Paultons, M.P., m. 23
June, 1806, Lady Gertrude Howard, dau. of Frederick, 5th
Earl of Carlisle, and by her (who d. 20 March, 1870), had
£8sue,

William Hans, his heir.

George Sloane (Hev.), m. Laura, 3rd dau. of 'William Web-
ber, Esq. of Binfleld Lodge, Berks, and sister of Matilda,
- wife of Thomas Assheton Smith, Esq. of Tedworth, Hants,
and had, with other issue, a 3rd son, t rancis Sloane-Stanley,
Esq. of Leesthorpe Hall, Melton Mowbray, late Lieut,
lioyal Horse Guards, s. to the Tedworth estate at the death
■of his auKD, Mrs. Assheton-Smith, 1859, b. 1 Sept. 1841:
m. 15 Aug. 1866, Charlotte, dau. of the Hon. John Rose, of
Canada, and has issue,

1 Ronald Francis Assheton, b. 3 Nov. 1867.

2 Cecil Vivian, b. 9 Oct. 1869.

Caroline (youngest dau.), m. 1 July, 1833, John Thomas
Mott, Esq. of Barmingham Hall, .Norfolk.

Mr. Sloane-Stanley, d. 11 April, ISGO. His elder son,



William Hans Sloane-Jianley, Esq. of Paultons, Hants,
J.P., High Sheriff 1867, in. 1834, Honoiia, 2nd dau. of Gen.
Joseph Gubbins, of Stoneham, Hants, and sister of Elizabeth
Catherine, Duchess of St. Albans, and d. 1879, leaving issue, a
son,

Hans Sloane-Stanley, Esq. of Paultons, Hants, J.P., edu-
cated at Eton, late Lieut. 16th Lancers, 6. 1849; la. 7 June,
1866, Emilie Josephine, only dau. of Francis Edwards, Esq. of
Pickerage, Bucks, and by her (who vi. 2ndly, Dec. 1889,
James Shelley Bontein, of Maresfield Lodge, Isle of Wight,
only son of the late James Bontein, Esq., Gentleman Usher to
the Queen) had issue,

I. Roger Cyril Hans, now of Paultons.

I. Gwendolen Irene Emily, b. 7 F'eb. 1870; in. 15 Dec. 1887,
Hon. Algernon Henry Bourke, 3rd son of Richard, 6th Earl
of Mayo, K.P.

Mr. Sloane-Stanley d. 1088.

S^aJ— Paultons, near Romsey, Hants.



STANLEY OF LONGSTOWE HALL.

Stanley, Sidney, Esq. of Longstowe Hall, co.
Cambridge, M.A., late Capt. 1st Hunts Light Horse
(Duke of Manchester's), High Sheriff for cos. Cam-
bridge and Hunts 1873-7-i, J. P. and D.L., co. Cam-
bridge, and J.P. Hunts, b. 21 Dec. 1628 ; m. 27
April, 1859, Sarah, dau. of Edmund Foster, Esq. of
Cambridge, and has issue,

I. Charles Wentworth, b. Feb. 1860.

II. Alan Sidney Wentworth.

III. Herbert Foster Wentworth. iv. Guy Wentworth.

V. John Cyril W'entworth.

VI. Maurice William Wentworth.

I. Ethel Wentworth Stanley.

II. Ada Ellen Wentwortli Stanley.

III. Grace Wentworth Stanley.

IV. Constance Eva Wentworth Stanley.

V. Florence Howard Wentworth Stanley.

VI. Winifred Wentworth Stanley.

VII. Marguerite Sara Wentworth Stanley.

This gentleman, who is only surviving son of William
Wentworth, Esq. of Cambridge (who d. 1832), hy
Mary Ann his wife, dau. of George Newport, Esq.
of London, and grandson of Daniel Wentworth, Esq.
(who d. 1822), by Mary Stanley his wife, assumed
by royal licence, 1856, the surname of Stanley in
lieu of his patronymic.

Armi — Quarterly: 1st and 4th az., a saltire between two
stags' heads caboshed bendwise between two bendlets engrailed
arg., for Stanley; 2nd and 3rd per chevron gu. and sa., a
chevron nebiUee between two leopards' faces in chief and an
escallop in base or, for Wentworth. Crests — 1st, Stanley :
A demi-stag sa. bezantee, holding between the legs a saltire or:
2nd, Wentworth: On a mount vert, a griffin erm., wings
chequy arg. and sa., resting the dexter claw on an escallop or.

Moito — Frangas non flectes.

Seat — Longstowe Hall, co. Cambridge.



STANNXJS OF CARLINGFORD.

Stanus, James John, Esq. of Portarlington,
Queen's Co., J.P., m. 1867, Rose Mary, dau. of
John Armstrong, Esq. of G-raigaverne, Queen's Co.,
and by her (who d. 1876) has issue,

Thomas Robert Alexander, b. 29 Sept. 1870.
Letitia Catherine.

He m. 2ndly, Jidia Sophia, dau. of William Blosse
Armstrong, Esq., late 9th Lancers, of Lisnagrough,
CO. Tipperary, and has had issue,
William Trevor (deceased).

Lmeagre. — From the similarity of arms and name, it is
supposed that the family of Stannus is identical with that of
Stonhocse of Radley. The first mention of the family in
Ireland is found in a patent of naturalization (consequent
upon the plantation of Ulster by James I.), dated 1618, and
granted to William Stan-ehoose, of Carbolzie, in Scotland,
whereby all the rights and privileges of an English subject
were fully secured to him and other persons of consideration.
The son of this William was

James Stanncs, of Carlingford, the principal part of which
town and manor he was seised of, including several townlands.



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His interment in the church of Knock, co. Down, previous to
16So, is recorded in a very interesting family document. His
s >n,

William Staxxus, also styled "of Carlineford," was Hish
Sheriff of Louth 1701. It is to be remarlu'd that, on the
Sheriff's roll, the name is spelt " Stanehouse." He Hi. Mabella,
si-iter of Ephraim Dawson, of Dawson's Court, M.P. for Queen's
CO.. whose grandson was created Karl of rortarlinRtoi). Wil-
li.uu Stannus (or Stanehouse) d. 1717, having had ifsue,

I. James, 6. 16SG ; M.P. for Carlinsford, 1713, High Sheriff
of Louih 17"21, in which year he died.

II. William, 6. 1G9.'), M.P. for Cailingford 1721, and M.P. for
Portarlington 17'2S, which last place he conliiiued to repre-
sent uiiiil his death, 173'i. He m. Margaret, dau. of Sir
Thomas liazelwood, Bart, of Wick, co. Worcester, and
had

Ephrsim, m. Mai-fraret, dau. of Stephen Sibthorp, Esq. of
Drogheda, and had a son,
Ephraim, in. Miss Foster, sister of John Foster, Esq. of
Dunleer, but d. s. p.

III. Ephi-aim, b. 1697 ; d. in Gainl.ia.

IV. Trevor, of whom we treat.

I. Mabell.1, b. 1690: »:. 1703, Thomas Tipping, of Castle

Town Cast'e, co. Louth, and had issue.
n. Anne, b. 1699; d. 1731.
111. Sophi.i, b. 1706; d. 1713.

The youngist son,

Trevor Stannus, styled "of Portarlinston," '.>. 1700, ,■!. to
part of the Carlingford estates, and was High Sheriff co. Loutli
J744, -III. 17'2S, Jane, dau. cf Robert Sibthorp, Esq., .M.P. for
Louth, and d- 1771, leaving issue,

I. Thomas, his heir, of whom presently.

II. William, b. 1730; cf. 1758.

III. James, b. 1738; d. v.nui. 1808.

IV. Epliniim, 6. 1739; m. Susanna, dau. of Joseph Gcrrish,
Esq. of Halifax, North America, and had issue,

1 Trevor, Major 14th Foot, 6. 1781 ; d. in India, I8I2.

•J Ephraiai Gerrish (Sir), Major-Gen., C.B., 6. I7»4; m.
16 Oct. IS'29, Mary Louisa, widow of James Gordon, Eaq.,
a younger branch of the Gordons nf SeAoton, co. Aber-
deen. This officer was highly di.itini;uished in the Katty-
war and Mahratta campaigns. He filled the ofSee of
Private Secretary to the Hon. M. Elphinstone, Governor
of Bombay, and was for seventeen years Lieut.-Governor
of the Hon. East India Company's College, Addiscombe,
where he d. s. p. Oct. ISSO.

3 Uobert, Major 29th Foot, 6. Aug. 1786; served through
the Peninsular war, recei\ing five wounds at the acliu s
of lioleia, Talavera, and Albuera. He ai. Clotilda Bona,
dan. of Major-Gen. Graves.

1 Mary, m. 1805, John Fenton, Esq. of Bellevue, co. Lon-
donderry, and had i.^siie, Jcihn, il. a minor, and Trevor
Alexander, m. L-55, Charlotte Sarah, dau. ot George Oak-
ley, Esq. of Ptve Gate, Surrey.

2 Anne Catheiine, b. 1856.

3 Susanna, d. 1819.

I. .Jane, m. Col. Delacour, and had issue, Jane, m. Alexander
CaiToll, Esq. of HoUymount, co. \\ icklow.

?dr. Trevor Stannus was bui fed in the French church at Portar-
lington. He wxs s. by his eldest son,

1 HOMAS Staxncs, M.P. for Portarlington, who served during
the American war in the 22nd Regt., and was severely
wi.undeil, b. 1736; m. 1784, Caroline, sister of Hans Hamilton,
Es 1. of .VbbotstowD, CO. Dublin, M.P. for that co., and d. May,
lrl3, leaving issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

u. James (Verj' Rev.), Dean of Ross and Rector of L'sburn,
„(. 22 .-Vpiil, 1816, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Sir Erasuius
Dixun Borrowes, 6th Bart, of Gilltown, co. Kildare, and by
her (who d. 14 May, 1873; has issue,

1 Thomas Robert, of Maghraleave, Lisbnm, J. P. co. An-
trim, lit. 1st, 1844, Jane JIary Anne, dau. of Hans Heii-
diick, Esq. of Kerdiffstown, eo. Kildare (she d. ISI.t). He
7ii. ;indly, 1869, Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Wayne, Esq. of Glandare, Aberdare, co. Glamorgan, and
has issue, a dau. Rowena Elizabeth Dorothea.

2 Beauchamp Walter (Rev.), M.A., Recior of Arrow, co.
Berwick. 7/i. 23 Apiil, 1857, the Hon. Mabella Geraldine
Vesey litzgeiald, dau. of the late Lord litzgerald and
Vesey.

3 Henry James (Gen.), C.B., Lieut.-Col. 20th Hussars,
commanding at Agra, India, 1870, m. 3 April, 1851,
.Sarah, dau. of John Oliver, Esq. of Newcastle-on-Tyne,
Xorthumberland, and has issue, Florence ; Constance ;
Alice Caroline Beauchamp, 7/i. 7 Aug. 1886, Ashley
Edmurd Mackenzie, East I'orkshire Regt., son of Col.
Mackenzie, 60th RiHes ; Evelyn ; and Mabella. Gen.
Stannus has seen considerable service. He waspresentat
the actions of the Khyber Pass, Mamoo Khcil (medal),
Maharajpoor (bronze star), Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Aliwal,
Itamniigger, Sobraon (medal and three clasps), Chilian-
wallah, and Goojerat (severely wounded — medal). At the



latter action, he commanded the personal escort of Lord
Gough, the Commander-in-Chief, which command he also
held in the Gwalior campaign.
4 Walter Trevor, of Lisburn, co. Antrim, and Moneymore,
eo. Londonderry, LL.D., J. P. and D.L. co. Antrim, and
J. P. COS. Down, Tyrone, and Londonderry, b. 1827 ; m. IS
Oct. 1856, the Hon. Catheiine Geraldine Vesey Fitzgerald,
4t'i dau. of Henry, 3rd and last. Lord litzgerald and
Vesey, and has had issue, 1 Henry Vesey Fitzgerald, de-
ceased ; 2 Gerald Walter James Fitzgerald; 1 Louisa
5Iabel Georgina; and 2 Geraldine Maude, deceased.

1 Han iette Jane.

2 Caroline Mary Anne.

3 Elizabeth Emily Sophia, in. 8 Feb. 1866, George Gray,
Esq. of Grayinount, J. P. and D.L. co. Antrim, and has
issue, Harold William Stannus.

III. Trevor, Capt. 97th Regt., for many years Aide-de-Carap

to Sir Wihnot llorton, Bart., Governor of Ceylon, b. 1798;

vii. Caroline, dau. of Charles Hamilton, Esq. of Hamwood,

and d. May, 1844.
1. Caroline.
u. Charlotte, in. Rev. Charles William Doyne, Rector o£

Fethard ; she (^ 5 Jan. 1865.

III. Sophia. )ii. John Hamilton, Esq. of Dunboyne Castle, co.
Meatli; she d. 21 .Inly, 1863.

IV. ,Iane, m. Joseph Goff, Esq. of Hale Park, Hants.

V. Haiiiette, m. W. MagiU, Esq. of Littleton, co. West-
meal h.

The eldest son,

Thomas Staxnus, Esq. of Portarlington and Carlingford, an
Officer in the 9th Lancers, m. Oct. 1819, Catherine Sophia, dau.
of Robert Hamilton, Esq. of Clonsilla, co. Dublin, a branch of
the Abbotstown family, and had issue,

Thomas Alexander, his heir.
Robh.rt Trevor, late representative.
James John, present representative.
Catherine, d. a minor.

Thomas Stannus d. 28 March, 1840, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Alexander Stannus, Esq., who, having served for
some years in the 14th Madras Infantry, was accidentally
drowned Aug. 1851, and was s. by his brother,

Robert Trevor Stannus, Esq. of Carlingford, co. Louth,
and of Portarlington, Qneen's Co., late Capt. 16th Bengal
Grenadiers, present at the actions of Ghuznee (wounded),
Maharajpoor, Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (two medals,
two clasps, and bronze star), J. P. for Queen's Co., b. 1824 ; ni.
3 March, 1853, Caroline Sophia, dau. of John Hamilton, Esq.,
LL D., of Dunboyne Castle, co. Meath, and d. s. p. 31 March,

1888.

Ji'iiis—Arg., on a fosse sa., between three hawks volant az.,
a leopard's face between two mullets or. Crest — A talbot s head
couped arg., collared sa., lined and catching a dove volant ot
the first. Mottn—Kt vi et virtute.

Jiesidence— The Elms, Portarlington, Queen's Co.



STANSFEL,r> OF FIELD HOUSE.

Stansfeld, John, Esq. of Field House, co. York,
and of Dunninald, co. Forfar, J. P., late Capt. Royal
Scots Greys, b. 16 Jau. 1840; m. 11 Oct. 1871,
Eliza, dau. and co-heir of Patrick Arkley, Esq. of
Dunninald, co. Forfar.

Lineage. — The family of Stansfield (or Stansfeld, as
anciently written) derive their patronymic from the lordship of
Stanstield, in the parish of Halifax, co. York.

L.\wrexce Stansfeld, of Sowerby, co. York, d. 1591, leaving,
by Elizabeth his wife, a son,

Nicholas Stansfield, of Norland, m. at Halifax, I59I,
Susan, dau. of John Hopkinson, and d. 1599, leaving a son,

James .Stansfeld, of Sowerby, b. 1592 ; to. at Halifax, 1612,
Martha Bentley, and had four sons and one dau. His seconiJ
son, Joshua, commanded a company of militia during the
cival war, and fought at Atherton Moor, where Lord Fairfax.
was defeated by the Marquess of Newcastle. He was s. by his
eldest son,

Josias Stansfeld, of The Breck, in Sowerby, b. 1619; d.
1702, leaving issue, seven sons, i. Timothy; ii. Joshua, of Hor-
ton, Bradford, d. 1732, leaving issue ; iii. Samuel, ancestor of
William Henry Cro.mpton Stansfield, Esq. of Esliolt Priory ;.
IV. James, of Bowood-in-Sowerby, d. 1730 His dau. Martha,
m. Joshua Tillotson, nephew of John TiUotson, D.D., Arch-
bishop of Canterbury ; v. Ely (Hev.), Vicar of Newark, rf.
1719, leaving one son, who d. s. p. ; vi. Josias, of Haugh End,
in which house Archbishop Tillotson was born, had a son,
who d. s.p., and one dau. Sarah, m. Martin Hothani, Esq. of
York; vii. John, of Sowerby, 6. 1657, m. Eliza, dau. of Mr.
Hirst, of Adswood Hall, co. Chester, by whom he had a sony



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Ely, ancestor of the Eight Hon. James Stansfeld. The eldest
son,

Timothy Stansfkld, of Pond, m. 1704, Sarah, dau. of —
Haigh, of Norland, and had two sons. The eldest, Joshua,
d. s. p., and the second,

JosiAS Stansfeld, of I'ond, m. Miss Mylne, of Warley, near
Halifax, and was father of

KoBEBT Stansfeld, Esq. of Pond, 6. 1730; m. 1st, Sarah,
dau. of William Whiteley, Esq., hy whom (who d. 16 Aug.
1765) he had issue,

I. Timothy, of Field House, Surrey, b. 15 Feb. 1755; m. 1st,
Miss Hart, and had by her Josiah Stansfeld, Esq. of Field
House, Kent, rf. s. p., and four daus., Anne, jh. Sir Chapman
Marshall, Knt. ; Haniette, to. Sumuel Prior, Esq. ; Caroline,
TO. James Cousins, Esq. ; and Mary Blackwell, vi. Kobert
A. Grey, Esq. He in. 2ndly, Mrs. Mylne, widow of —
Mylne, of Warley, near Halifax.

II. George, b. April, 1759; d. s. p.

I. Susannah. ii. Mary. in. Sarah.

Mr. Stansfeld to. 2ndly, 13 Aug. 1769, Elizabeth Blackburn,
and had by her (who d. 25 Aug. 1797),

III. Robert, of whom presently.

iv. Samuel, 6. 9 June, 1774; to. Phoebe, dau. of Henry Bates,
Esq., and d. 7 May, 1834.

V. Joshua, b. 24 May, 1779.
"i. David, 6. 24 Jan. 1786.
vii. John, b. 21 Feb. 1788.
viii. James, b. 19 July, 1790.

IV. Elizabeth. v. Martha.

VI. Ellen. VII. Hannah.

Mr. Stansfeld d. at Pond, 20 May, I8C8. His 3rd son, the
eldest by his 2nd wife,

EoBEKT Stansfeld, Esq. of Field House, 6. 7 Nov. 1771;
m. Lydia, dau. of John Walker, Esq., and by her (who d. Aug.
1816) had issue (he d. 2 Aug. 1855),

I. Geokge, M.A., of Settle, Barrister-at-Law, J. P. co. Lan-
caster and West Riding co. York, 6. 15 Dec. 1803 ; m. 3 July,
1834, Sarah, dau. of William Birkbeck, Esq. of Settle, and
d. 3 March, 1869, leaving issue,

1 George, of Field House, co. York, J.P. West Riding co.
York, Hon. Col. and late Lieut.-Col. Commanding 4th
Batt. (Duke of Wellington's) West Riding Kegt., b. 15
June, 1836; m. 5 March, 1867, Hannah, dau. of John
Foster, Esq. of Hornby Castle, co. Lancaster, and has
issue,

George Reginald, 6. 19 Aug. 1870.
Mabel.

2 Harold Eugene, Barrister-at-Law, b. 5 Dec. 1843.

3 Kenneth Adrian, b. 11 Oct. 1845; d. 24 March, 1881.

4 Berthold Robert, Barrister-at-Law, b. 22 April, 1849 ; m.
19 Oct. 1881, Ada Marion, 2nd dau. of James Hodson,
Esq. of Oakfield, Manningham, and has issue, Elizabeth
Maryons.

1 Elizabeth.

2 Rachel Wilhelmina, m. 3 Oct. 1867, her cousin, John,
eldest son of John Birkbeck, Esq. of Anley, and has
issue.

3 Sarah Georgiana, to. 25 April, 1865, Charles Henry
Charlesworth, Esq. of HoUybank, Settle, and has issue,

n. Robert, of Field House.

III. John (Rev.), M.A. Cantab., Vicar of Cold-Coniston, co.
York. 6.21 Nov. 1814; m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of John
Birkbeck, Esq. of Anley, and by h«r (who d. 9 Feb. 1861)
had issue,

1 John Birkbeck Evelyn (Rev.), M.A. Oxon, Rector of
Downham, co. Essex, b. 27 Nov. 1846; m. Agnes, dau. of
— Barringer, Esq., and has issue.

1 Amy Margaret.

2 Frances Elizabeth, m. 12 Sept. 1883, Rev. Alfred
Stephenson Porter, M.A., Vicar of Claines, co. Worces-
ter.

He m. 2ndly, 26 April, 1866, Frances, dau. of James Ham-
merton, Esq. of Hellitield Peel, and widow of Peter Garforth,
Esq. of Coniston Hall, and d. 21 Nov. 1881.
t. Jane, m. Rev. Daniel Darnell, M.A., Vicar of Welton, co.
Northampton.

II. Lydia, m. 9 June, 1841, John Birkbeck, Esq. of Anley, co.
York, J.P. CO. Lancaster and West Riding, co. York, and
has Issue.

Mr. Stansfeld d. 2 Aug. 1855, and was s. by his son,

Robert Stansfeld, Esq. of Field House, co. York, and of
the Golconda, Diamond, Annandale and FuUerton estates,
Trinidad, J.P. West Riding, co. York, late 19th Regt., and
Hon. Col. 6th West Y'ork Militia, 6. 5 Dec. 1805; to. 29 Sept.
1834, Hannah Laetitia, only child and heir of Lewis Farley
Clogston Johnston, Esq., first Puisne Judge of Trinidad, and
■by her (who d. 17 Nov. 1864) had issue,

I. Lewis Johnston, 6. 21 Oct. 1836; d. II May, 1837.
n. Robert Johnston, late Capt. 38th and 12th Regts., J.P.
West Riding, co. Y'ork, b. 16 April, 1838 ; m. 14 June, 1871,
II.



Agnes, dau. of Joseph Harrison, Esq. of Galligreaves and
Samlesbury, co. Lancaster, and d.s.p. 25 April, 1876.
III. John, now of Field House.

I. Lydia .Jane.

II. Hannah Jane, m. 7 Jan. 1863, Johnston J. Foster, Esq. of
ClifTe Hill, co. York, and Moor Park, Salop, J.P. West
Rilling CO. York and Salop, Major 2nd West York Yeo-
manry Cavalry, 3rd son of John Foster, Esq. of Hornby
Castle, CO. Lancaster.

III. Louisa Johnston.

Mr. Stansfeld d. 1885, and was ». by his son, the present Johw
Stansfeld, Esq. of Field House and Dunninald.

Arms — Vert three goats trippant arg. Orest — A lion's head
erased or. Mottoes — Know thyself; over the crest, Justitia et
per tot SBecula temperantla.

Seats — F'ield House, Halifax, co. York, and Dunninald,
Montrose, N.B.



STANSPIELD OF ESHOLT HALL.

Crompton-Stansfield, Maey Evelyn Maud,
Elizabeth Alexandea, and Consuela Albinia,
the daus. and co-heirs of the late William Henry
Crompton-Stansfield, Esq. of Esholt Hall, co. York,
s. their father 1888.

Lineagre. — The [family of Stansfield (or Stansfeld of
Stansfeld, as anciently written) claim descent from one of the
companions -in -arms of William the Conqoekor. Their
ancient residence, Stansfield Hall, is still to be seen in the once-
beautiful valley of Todmorden. In 1613, Richard Evelyn, Esq.
of Wotton, Surrey, to. Eleanor, dau. and heir of John Stans-
field, Esq. of Lewes, Sussex, descended from a branch of the
Yorkshire family, and was, by her, father of John Evelyn, the
author of SyLva.

Joshua Crompton, Esq. of York, 3rd son of Samuel Crom-

ton, Esq. of Derby, and of Beal, co. York, m. 28 Feb. 1786,

Anna Maria, dau. and heir of William Rookes, Esq. of Roydes

Hall, Senior Bencher of Gray's Inn, by Ann his wife, sister and

heir of Robert Stansfield, Esq. of Bradford, who purchased,

1755, Esholt Hall or Priory, co. York, and who was 9th in

descent from Thomas Stansfield, of Heptonstall, 2nd son of

William Stansfield, of Stansfield Hall, living about 1500. By

the heiress of Esholt (who d. 5 June, 1819) air. Crompton had

I. William Rookes Crompton, who, having s. to his

mother's estates, assumed, in compliance with her will, the

additional surname and arms of Stansfield, and became

William Rookes Crompton-Stansfield, Esq. of Eshok

Hall.

n. Joshua Samuel Crompton, of Azerley Hall and Sion Hill,
CO. Y'ork, M.A., J. P., and D.L., M.P. for Ripon, b. 17 Sept.
1799 ; TO. 2 Sept. 1834, Mary, youngest dau. of Claude
Alexander, Esq. of Ballochmyle, N.B., by Helenora his
wife, dau. of Sir William Maxwell, Bart, of Springkell, and
d. 1891, leaving issue, 1 William Henry, late of Esholt
Hall; 2 Claude Alexander, deceased; 3 Robert Stansfield,
of Azerley Hall, Eipon; 4 Rookes Evelyn, to. 1871, Ger-
trude Elizabeth, dau. of George Clarke, Esq. and has
issue; 1 Helenora, m. 15 Dec. 1853, Percy Stanhope, Esq.,
2nd son of Hon. and Rev. Fitzroy Stanhope, and d. 14 July,
1874, leading issue.

III. Robert Edward Crompton,



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