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e served the
office of High Sheriff of co. Lancaster 1815, but dying s. p.
was s. by his brother,

Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, J.P. and
D.L., M.P. for Pontefract, m. 1827, Anne, dau. of A. Cham-
berlain, Esq. of Bylstnue, in Craven, co. York, and by her
(who d. 18S8) had issue.

I. Le Gendre Nicholas, now of Huntroyde.

II. John Piers Chamberlain, of Ashton Hall, co. Lancaster,
LL.B., J. P., M.P. for North-east Lancashire 1868-SO, b. 28
June, 1830 ; m. 27 June, IfSGl, Anne Charlotte Amelia, dau.
of Harrington Hudson, Esq. of Bessingby, co. York, by
Charlotte, his wife, dau. oi Bichard Watt, Esq. of Bishop
Buiton, CO. York, and Spcke, Lancashire, and d. 1888,
leaving issue, Francis Chamberlain Le Gendre, b. 30 March,
1S63, m. Ellen Cooper; Charlotte Le Gendre, ?ii. J. E. Piatt,
Esq. of Bruntwood ; and Susan Katherine Le Gendre.





ni. rienry Arthur (Kev.), M.A., Eector of Badcliffe, Man-

1. Anne Elizabeth, m. Rev. George Horton, eldest son of
Col. Geor^re Horton, of Enibsay Kirk, co. York; she d.
1Sd9, leaving a son, Le GendreOeortre, j)i. 1891, Mabel, dau.
of Kev. F. Fawkes ; and a dau. Frances, who m. Kev.
Gwyllam Kawstorne, ol Balderstone Grange.
Mr. Starkie d. 15 May, 1SG7.

.tin?!,* — Arg., a bend sa. between six storks ppr. Cyest — A
stork ppr.

^fi(j — Hiintroyde, Burnley, co. Lancaster; and Lovely Ilall,

Statjxton, Heney Chaelton, Esq. of Staunton
Hall, CO. ^Nottingham, 6. 6 Aug. 18GS; *. bis father


liineage. — The family of Staunton,* one of great anti-
quity, is traced from the time of the CoNQUEr.oB, and tl\ere
is no doubt of their having been settled in co. Nottingham in
the time of Edward the Confessor.

Galfbidus dk Staunton (son of Malgerus, temp. William
THE CoNQCEKOB) gave lands in Kelum to the monastery of
Kufford, which King Stephen confirmed. He m. Beatrice de
Muschamp, and was grandfather of

Sir William de Staunton, Knt., who granted freedom to
Hugh Travers and all his progeny, for the reason that the
said Hugh had assumed the cross for him and proceeded to
Jerusalem. Sir William m, Athelina, dau. and co-heir of
John de Musters, Lord of Bosingham, co. Lincoln, and
thereby acquired part of that estate. Sir William was s. by
his son.

Sib Geoffbet de Staunton, Knt., father of

Sir William de Staunton, Knt., 7n. Isabel, sister of Sir
Kalph de Kirketon, Knt., d. 1326, and was s. by his grandson.

Sib Geoffrey de Staunton, Sheriff of Nottingham and
Derby temp. Edwakd III., from whom derived, 9th in

William Staunton, Esq. of Staunton, Col. in the army of
King Charles I., and a severe sufferer in the royal cause, m.
Anne, dau. of Edmund Waring, Esq. of Leycroft, co. Stafford,
and was s. by his son,

Habvet Staunton, Esq. of Staunton, List heir male of this
ancient family, after a continued male succession of upwards
of .500 years. He d. s. p. m., and left his estate to his eldest

Anne Staunton, m. Gilbert Charlton, Esq., son of Sir Job |
Charlton, Bart, of Ludford, Speaker of the House of Commons,
tfinp. James II., and had issue,

I. Job Staunton, bis heir.

II. Gilbert (Kev), Keetor of Staunton, whose issue became

I. Emma, m. George Loddington, Esq. of Bracebridge.

II. Anne, m. Kichard Brough, Esq. of Thornton, co. Not-
tingham, and had is.-ue,

1 George Staunton Brough, Rector of Staunton and Wol-
lason, m. Iksrer Lowe, and left an only child, Esther,
heir of the fan:iiies of Brough, Charlton, and Staunton),
772. Kev. Charles Wylde, D.D., Hector of St. Nicholas,
Nottingham, and had issue.

2 Kichard Bruugh, a nnlitary ofBcer.

3 Job Bbougu, m. and had two sons, who both d. unm.,
and two daus.,

Emma, m. Rev. Charles Fynes, LL.D., Rector of Crom-
well, Notts.

Elizabeth, of whom hereafter, as inheritor of the
Staunton estates. She m. Kev. Dr. Aspinshaw, Keetor
of Elton-super-Monlem (the late Dr. Staunton, of

4 Francis Brough, B.N.
The elder son,

Job Staunton Charlton, Esq. of Staunton, to. Mary,
youngest dau. of Dr. Greenwood, M.D., of Northampton, and
had a dau.,

Anne Chaelton, who survived her three sisters, and be-
queathed, at her decease, lier estate at Staunton, besides other
manors, tohercousin, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Job Brough, Esq.
Shem. 171)3, Kev. J. Aspinshaw, D.D., Rector of Elton-super-
ilontem, who (together with his wife and children) assumed by
royal licence 1807, the surname and arms of Staunton, and
had issue,

* There is an ancient custom, when any of the royal family
honour Belvoir Castle niih their presence, for the chief of the
Staunton family personally to appear and present the key of
the stronghold of the castle (called Staunton's Tower) to the
royal visitors.

William Job Charlton (Rev.), 6. 1802; m. 3 March, 1829
Isabella, only dau. of Very Rev. George Gordon, )).D.,
Dean of Lincoln, and <;. 10 April, 1840, leaving surviving
issue, Henry Charlton, of Staimton, 6. 29 May, IS-U,
d. unm. 1866; Francis, late of Staunton; William Charl-
ton, 6. 21 Nov. 1840; Elizabeth Sarah, m. 1853, Iter.
Charles Wing; Anne Isabella; and Mary Frances.

Elizabeth Katherine, m. George eldest son of Very Rev.
George Gordon, D.D., Dean of Lincoln.

Maiy Anne.

Rev. Francis Staunton, of Staunton Hall, M.A., Patron
and Rector of Staunton-cuni-Flawborough, b. 20 Aug. 1839 ;
m. 1867, Lucy Ada, only dau. of Rev. Henry Spelman
Marriott, M.A., Rector of Felsham, Suffolk, and d. II Feb.
ISS8, leaving with other issue, a son and heir,

Henry Charlton, now of Staunton.

Arms — Arg., two chevrons sa., with a quatrefoil on a canton
az. for distinction. Crest — A fox passant ppr.

Seat — Staunton Hall, near Nottingham.


Staunton, Thomas Tufnell, Esq. of Long-
bridge, CO. Warwick, J. P., b. 11 April, 1844; w. 25
Nov. 1875, Anne Elizabeth Snow, eldest dau. of the
late John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge.

Liineag-e. — This family, a branch of Stau.nton nf Staun-
ton, Notts, was settled at Longbridge, co. Warwick, previously
to 1450, where it has ever since remained in a direct male

Thomas Staunton, of Longbridge, and Margery his wife, by
a deed in possession of the family bearing date 1461, had
lands re-leased to them in Longgebrugge, Hampton Curley,
and Shirburne.

John Staunton, of Longbridge, and Matilda his wife, were'
admitted into the religious fraternity of the Guild of St. Anne,
of KnoUe, co. Warwick, 1493.

Thomas Staunton. .<!. the above John, and is the first who
appears in the Visitation of the county of Warwick, 1619.
He was s. by his son,

John Staunton, of Longbridge, m. Elizabeth Townsend, of
Wales, and had issue, three sons and two daus. The eldest
son and heir,

Thomas Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, left, by Alice his
wife, one son and four daus. Of the latter, the Srd, Judith, m.
Hammet Sadler, who appears to have been an intimate friend
of Shakespeare, as he was god-father to the poet's only son, and
a subscribing witness to Shakespeare's will, having a legacy
of "twenty-six shillings and eightpence, to buy him a ring."
Mr. Staunton devised his estates to his son, under the proviS!>
" that once every yeare on the feast of Penticost, he and liis
heires for ever shall call together his sisters and their eiiildren,
and generations for the time being, to Longbridge, to make
merry with him and them." He was s. 1610, by the said son,

IIumphbf.y Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, who, by Joane,
his wife, left one son and five daus., John, Anne, Mary.
Judith, Katherine, and Joane, wife of William Perkins, Esq. of
Maston Jabet, co. Warwick. He d. 1616, and was s. by his son,.

John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, by Elizabeth his wife,
left at his decease, 1652, a son and successor,

John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, m. Elizabeth, 3rd dau.
of Sir Fldward Master, of East London, East Kent, and had'
issue. Mr. Staunton d. 1673, and was «. by his eldest son,

John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, b. 10 March, 1656 , m.
Elizabeth, only dau. of Samuel Smallbrooke, of Rowington,
and sister of Richard Smallbrooke, Bishop of Lichfield and
Coventry, by whom he had a son, John, his heir, and a dau.
Elizabeth, b. II Dec. 1700. He d. Aug. 1705, and was s. by
his son,

John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, of Oriel Coll. Oxford^
and of the Inner Temple, b. 18 April, 1704; m. Elizabeth,
dau. of William Grove, Esq. of Coventry, and had issue,
William, his successor ; John, heir to his brother; Elizabeth,
TO. 1st, I Nov. 1761, John Heylin, Esq. of Bristol, and 2ndly,
Thomas Rothley, Esq. of Biistol: Mary, vi. Samuel Trotnian,,
Esq. of Bucknell, co. Oxford; Hannah, d. unm. Mr. Staunton
was bur. in St. Mary's Church 12 July, 1748, and was s. by
his elder son,

William Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, b. 27 March, 1730,
and dying unm. 1795, was «. by his brother,

John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, High Sheriff co>
Warwick 1801, b. I Oct. 1735; m. 1st, Maria, dau. and co-heir
of Edmund Crynes, M.D., of Nottingham, and had issue,
William, his heir; John Grove (Rev.), M.A., b. 21 Dec. 1768,
d. 1650; Edmund (Kev.), M.A., b. 30 April, 1778, d. 24 Sepf.





1835; Anna Maria, m. Thomas Halifax, Esq. of London, and
d. 25 July, 1841. Mr. Staunton m. 2ndly, 1801, Anne, dau. of
Edward Inge, Esq. of Stonigate, co. Leicester and the Charter
House, CO. Warwick. He d. 16 Feb. ISll, and was s. by his
eldest surviving son,

William Staonton, Esq. of Longbridge, J. P. and D.L.,
LL.B. of John's Coll. Oxon., Capt. 1st Life Guards, 6. 4 Aug.
1765; TO. 10 Feb. 1798, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Osborne
Standert, Esq. of London, and had issue,
John, of Longbridge.
Willism (llev.), M.A., d. 1860.

Thomas, 6. 24 Aui'. 18U7; to. 16 Oct. 183.3, Frances Maria,
dau. of Samuel T. Barrett, Esq. of Bath, and d. 1870,
haxing had two sons, John, 6. 1834, d. 1853, and Thomas
TuFNELL now of Longbridge. He m. 2ndly, Mai iun, widow
of Capt. Grifflth.
George (Gen.), C.B., Col. 92nd Highlanders, b. 15 March,
1809; m. iNov. 1859, Henrietta, dau. of Bransby Cooper,
Esq.,, and d. March, 1880, leaving five sous and five
Edward, 6. 20 July, 1814; to. 1851, Hannah, dau. of Samuel
T. Barrett, Esq. of Bath, and had issue, two sons and one

Elizabeth, m. 13 May, 1859, Matthew Wise, Esq. of Leam-
ington Prims, CO. Warwick.
Caroline, to. Bev. Charles Wilson Landor.
Capt. Staunton d. 1848. His eldest son,

John Staunton, Esq. of Longbridge, J. P., 6. 25 March, 1799 ;
TO. 29 Aug. 1833, Mary Ann, eldest dau. of Rev. Thomas Lam-
bert Snow, of Tidinington, co. Worcester, Bector of Barcheston,
CO. Warwick, and had two daus.,

I. Anne Elizabeth Snow, m. Nov. 1875, her cousin, Tbomas
TuFNBLL Staunton, Esq., now of Longbiidge.

II. Caroline Standert.

Mr. Staunton d. 13 June, 1883.

Arms — Arg., two chevrons sa. within a bordure engrailed of
the last. Crest — A fox statant ppr. Motloes-VniWr the arms,
En Dieu ma foy ; above the crest, Moderata duraut.

Jiesult-iice — Longbridge, near Warwick.


Ltncu-Staunton, Marcus Staunton, Esq. of
Clydagh, co. Galway, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1826;
m. 1851, Horatia Anne, dau. of Cliarles Powlett
Eushworth, Esq., Commissioner of Inland Revenue,
and by her (wlio d. 1859) has issue,

1. Charles Ecshwokth, b. 1854.
I. Alice.

Lineage. —George Staunton, Esq. (2nd son of Eegi-
NALD Staunton, Esq. of Smewen's Grange, Bucks), went to
■ Ireland as a military officer in 1634, and settled in co. Galway,
where he acquired considerable landed propeity. He m. and
left three sons, tlie 2nd son of whom,

George Staunton, of Clydagh, co. Galway, m. Eliza, dau.
of James Martyn, of Tillyra, by whom he had two sons, on
the 2nd of whom,

George Staunton, he settled the castle and lands of Cargin
and Clydagh. He m. Anne, dau. of Nicholas Lynch, of Galway,
by whom he had five sons and two daus., and was s. by his
eldest son,

CoL. George Staunton, to. Margaret, dau. of John Leonard,
of Carra, co. Galway, and was s. by hts son,

George Leonard Staunton, M.D., b. 1727, who adopted
eventually the profession of the Law, was appointed a Member
of Council and Attorney-General in the island of Grenada;
he afterwards accompanied Lord Macartney to Madras, and
negotiated the peace with Tippoo Sultan 1784, for which
service he was created a Bart, of Ireland 31 Oct. 1785. He
also accompanied Lord Macartney to China as Secretary of
Embassy 1792, was eventually Minister Plenipotentiary, and
published a narrative of the mission. He m. 1771, Jane, dau.
of Benjamin Collins, Esq. of Milford, Wilts, and dying 14 Jan.
1801, was bur. in Westminster Abbey. He was s. by his
only child,

Sir. George Thomas Staunton, Bart., F.K.S. and D. C.L., of
Leigh Park, Hants, and Clydagh, co. Galway, the distinguished
Oriental scholar and well-known writer on China, b. 26
May, 1781, educated at Trin. Coll. Camb. From 1818 to 1833
he sat in Parliament for St. Michael's and Heytesbury, in 1832
was returned for South Hampshire, and from 1838 to 1854
represented Porismouth. He d. in London 10 Aug. 1859, and
was s in his Knglish estate of Leigh Park by his cousin, Capt.
Henry Cormick Lynch (younger brother of .Mr. Lyncli-Stuunt-
ton, late of Clydagh), who assumed the additional name of

Staunton, and d. 1859 (see Ltnch of Suras), and in his Irish
estate and personal property by his cousin,

George Staunton Ltxch-Staunton, Esq. of Clydagh, co.
Galway, b. 1798; m. 1824, Sarah Jane, dau. of Francis Hard-
wick, Esq. of Nottingham, late Capt. 62nd Kegt., and had

I. Marcus Staunton, now of Clydagh.

II. Francis Hardwick, 6. 1828 ; to. 1857, Victoire, dau. of
G. Corbet, Esq. of King-ston, Canada West, and has issue,
George, b. 1858, and Alfred, 6. 1859.

III. Kichard, b. 1846; m. IS7I, Marion, dau. of A. S. Duncan,
Esq. of Cheltenham.

I. Mary Anne, to. 1861, John Blake, Esq. of Eockville, co.

Galway, who d. June, 1880 (see Blake of Cregg Castle).
u. Victoire, d. 1827. iii. Fanny. iv. Anna.

V. Eleanor. vi. Lucy. vii. Sarah.

Mr. Lynch-Staunton, J. P. and D.L. co. Galway, and J. P. co.
Mayo, High Sheriff co. Galway, 1867, was eldest son of Mark
Lynch, Esq. of Duras, co. Galway (see that Family), by his
2nd wife, Victoire, dau. of Kichard Wolsley Cormick, Esq.
of Wolsley Park, in the Island of Grenada, and ncice to Sir
George Leonard Staunton, Bart, of Clydagh. He assumed 4
Oct. 1859, by royal licence, the name and arms of Staunton irj
addition to those of Lynch, in accordance with the terms of
the will of his cousin. Sir George Thomas Staunton, Bart., and.
d. 4 April, 1882.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Staunton, arg. two chev-
ronels. sa. ; 2nd and 3rd, Ltnch, az., a chevron between three
trefoils slipped or. 6Vt;s(«— 1st, Staunton, Upon a mount
vert, a fox statant ppr. ; 2nd, Ltnch, A lynx passant ppr.,
charged with a mullet gu. Motto — En Dieu ma toy.

Hiat — Clydagh, Headford, Tuam, co. Galway.


Statelet, Rosebeeey Mart, of Stainley Hail,
and of Old Sleningford Hall, co. York, l^ady of
the Manor of Newton, and Patroness of one living,
elder dau. of the late Thomas Xitchingman Stave-
ley, Esq.

Lineage.— The Staveleys are one of the oldest co. York
families extant, being traced from and before Adam de Stave-
ley, who d. 1225, and who was a large benefactor to the abbey
of Perveaux.

Miles Staveley and his son John received, in 1516, certain
grants of land in co. York from Cardinal Wolsey, for good and)
gratuitous services, and in 25 Henry VIII. (a.d. 1534) Miles
Staveley was lessee of the market tolls of Kipon from the Arch-
bishop of York. He was s. by his son,

John Staveley, who possessed property in Carlton Miniott,
North Stainley, and Ripon Market-place, and held liipon Parks
under a lease from the Archbishop of York. He was the father
of NiNiAN, his heir, Sampson, Thomas, Christopher, Marjoa-
duke, William, and Bichard. His will is dated 29 Sept.
1545, and administration was granted to his widow, Margaret
Staveley, the aforementioned sons being named therein as.
legatees, and £4 above his portion being bequeathed to his
son Thomas, who, it is not improbable, may have been that
Thomas Staveley who was Wakeman of liipon in 1531. This-
Thomas Staveley, who d. before 1579, had a son, Christopher
Staveley, mentioned as a legatee in the will of his cousin,
William Staveley, who tZ. 1598, the will having been made
in 1579. John Staveley d. in 1545, and was i. by his eldest

NiNiAN Staveley, described as Keeper of the King's Woods
at Ripon; he to. Frances, dau. of Sir William Mallory, Knt.
of Studley, by Jane his wife, dau. of Sir John Norton, Knt. of
Norton Conyers, by his wife Margaret, dau. of Sir BogerWard,
Knt., and had issue,

William, his heir.

Miles, of whom presently.

Jane, mentioned as a legatee in the will of her brothel
Ninian Staveley d. in 1559, and was s. by his elder son,

William Staveley, described as of Kipon Park Lodge in
his will, made in 1579 and proved 1598. He appears to have
HI. his second cousin once removed, Anne, dau. and co-heir of
John Staveley, of Swinton, grand.-on of Richard Norton, of"
Norton Conyers. She appears to have li'. before 1579, without
issue, no mention being made of her in his will. Her sister
Catherine, the other dau. and co-heir of John Staveley, of
Swinton, to. Robert Norton, of Swinton, and had a dau. Eliza-
beth Norton, who in. liichard Smorthwaite, whose will was
dated 1G76 (vide Surtees Society, Memorials oj Fountaim't.





Abhoi). Mr. William Stavoley was one of the promoters of the
college that was to have becu foimiUcl at IJipou in 1596 ; he
d. s. p. in lo?S, when the representation of the family devolved
upon his brother.

Miles Stavelet, of Ripon Park, who m. 1st, Anne, dau. of
Koger Withes, of Wcstwick or Copgrovo, by his wife, Jane
JUland, and had issue,

William, his heir. Sampson.

Frances, m. Sampson Malloric, of Eipon Park; will dated
1 Mareh, 1599.

Elizabeth. Anne. Jane.

Trauthe. Catherine.

Jfr. Stavcloy 5!i. again, and by his second marriage left issue,
llichard, Thomas, Mary, andEUinor, and d. in 1612, be-
<liieathing in Uis will of that date 100 marks and the life
enjoyment of certain lands and tenements to Jane his (2nd)
wife, with the care of his infant son, lUehard, and was a. by
his eldest son,

M'lLLiAM Stavelet, who m. Jane, dau. of Sampson Wise,
Esq. and had issue,

I. Thomas, 6. 8 Aug. 1601 : d. young.

II. Sampson, his heir, h. 17 Aug. 1605.

1. Ursula, i)i. Kev. W. Flathers, Archdeacon of Northumber-

William Staveley was ,'. by his only surviving son,

Sampson Stavelet, of Stainley Hall, also described as of
Eipon and of liipon Parks, who m. 1st, in 1638, Ursula, dau.
of Sir William Lyster, Knt. of Thornton-in-Craven and Mid-
hope, by Mary his wife, dau. of Sir Ueury Bellasis (orBelasyse),
of Newborough, Bart. 1611. she (Mary Bellasis) being sistorof
.Sir Thomas Bellasis, created Baron and afterwards Viscount
Kauconberg, of Henknowle. in the County Palatine of Durham.
The grandson of this Sir Thomas, the 3rd Viscount, in. 1st,
Mildred, dau. of Nicholas, Viscount Castleton, by whom he
had no issue. He ra. 2ndly, the Lady Mary Cromwell, dau. of
the Protector. Sampson Staveley had issue by his wife, Ursula

Miles, his heir, 6. 31 March, 1040. ...

William, 6. 25 April, 1641.

Eookbv, 6. 22 Oct. 1643, who was bur. at Eipon 21 Jan.

Mary, 6. 21 June, 1642.

Grace, b. 1 July, KU ; d. 6 Feb. 1689.

Mr. Staveleyt was twice married ; his 2nd wife, Sarah, was
bur. at Piipon 12 Sept. 1678, and he was bur. there himself
26 April 1081, and was s. by his eldest son,

Miles Stavelet, of Stainley Hall, mentioned by Ralph
Thoresby in his diary, who, writing of Kipon 7 Nov. 1682,
says, "Thence by Stainley, where Justice Staveley, a great
traveller, has a pretty seat, to Tanfield, which is a pretty
town belonging to the Earl of Elgin." This Miles Staveley
wrote an interesting account of the affairs of his family
which is now in the possession of Miss Staveley, and defrayed
the cost of repairing Tanfield CImrch in 1689 ; when this
church was again under repair in 1859. the inscription,
" Miles Staveley, 16S9," was found engraved upon the lead
covering the roof ; the piece of lead was cut out and is
now preserved at Old Sleningford. He m. twice, 1st, Jane
Robinson, and 2ndly, Anne or Susannah Beckwith (a relative
of Matthew Beckwith of Tanfield and Sleningford, a captain
in the parliamentary army, uncle of Sir Roger Beckwith, 1st
Bart, of Aldborough. This Capt. Matthew Beckwith m. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Sir John Buck, Knt. of Filey, and d. 1679), and
by his 2nd wife, who was bur. at Ripon 3 April, 1720, had

I. Miles, his heir, b. 22 Nov. 1075.

H. John, b. 10 Oct. 1678 ; m. 24 Oct. 1712, Elizabeth Cass.

III. Christopher, 6. 13 Mar. 1694.

I. Aime, 6. 10 Dec. 1672; m. — Gibson, Esq., and d. s. p.

II. Elizabeth, b. 2 Sept. 1674; ?«. at Ripon 27 Dec. 1707,
William Coates, jun., of Ripley, who endowed Burnt Yates
.School, Ripley, by will of 1751, with the annual proceeds of
tlie sum of £150. Shed. s. p.

III. Susannah, b. 2 July, 1677.

dv. Grace, 6. 13 May, 1680; m. 1st, 28 Aug. 1712, William
Claj-ton, Esq. of Masham, by whom she had a son, William
Clayton, who left issue, a son, living during the lifetime of
the Miles Staveley, who d. 1752. She to. 2ndly, — Plumer,
Esq., to whom she bore two sons and two daus.

Mr. Staveley, who was bur. at Ripon 24 Nov 1720, was s. by

his eldest son,

* "The Eookbys lived at Sleningford about this time," vide
Dugdale's Visitations.

t The armorial bearings of Sampson Staveley, armiger, 1064
are displ.ayed in stained glass in the north transept window of
Ripon Minster ; and the same arms are also shown in a
stained-glass window on the staircase at Stainley Hall.

Miles Stavelet, of Stainley Hall, who m. at Ripon 3 May,
1691, Mary, dau. of John Robinson, Esq. of Hampsthwaite, by
Anne his wife, 2nd dau. of Roger Beckwith, Esq. of Aldborough,
and by this lady, who was bur. at Ripon 15 April, 1723, had

I. Miles, his heir, bapt. at Lawnwith 20 March, 1714.

II. John, bapt. at Lawnwith 21 Nov. 1717 ; d. young.

I. Susanna, bapt. at Wensley 9 July, 1699; to. 21 April,
1717, Kcrby John Tanfield, Esq. of Carthorpe, co. York,
and had issue, a son,

1 John Tanfield, of Carthorpe, who m. — Beckwith, and
by her had one son, who d. young, and six daus., of
whom the 3rd,

Mary Tanfield, m. Michael Hutchinson, M.D., Surgeon
to the Forces, by w horn she had two sons,
Thomas Kitchingman Hutchinson, of whom here-
George Hutchinson, d. 1852.

II. Anne, bapt. at Bewley 1704, living 1723.

Mr. Staveley, who was bur. at Ripon 9 Dec. 1722, was ». by his
only surviving son.

Miles Stavelet, of Stainley Hall, who m. 1737, Martha,
dau. of Thomas Dobson, Esq. of The Vicarage, Bingley, andby
this lady, who was bur. at Ripon 26 May, 1738, had issue, twin
sons, of whom one, stillborn, was bur. at Eipon 11 May, 1738,
the other.

Miles, his heir, was bept. at Ripon 27 May, 1738.
Mr. Staveley who was bur. at Ripon 13 June, 1752, was «. by
his only surviving son,

Miles Staveley, of Stainley Hall, who became a Gen. in the
army, and Col. of the 4th (of Royal Irish) Regt. of Dragoon
Guards and of the Royal Horse Guards, and dying without
issue 26 May, 1814, was bur. in Ripon Minster. At his death
(under his will, dated 28 July, 1812), he devised Stainley Hall
and all his real estate to his kinsman,

Thomas Kitchingman Hutchinson, great-grandson of
Susanna Staveley, the wife of Kerby John Tanfield, of Car-
thorpe, CO. York (vide ante), who in consequence assumed, by
royal licence, the surname and arms of Stavelet, discontinuing
the use of his patronymic Hutchinson, and acquired by pur-
chase. Old Sleningford Hall and other lands in co. York. He
attained the rank of Capt. in the R.E., was J.P. for the North
and West Ridings of co. York, and M.P. for Eipon 1833. He
TO. twice, 1st, Mary, dau. of J. Claridge, by whom he had no
issue, and 2ndly, 5 June, 1852, Anne Elizabeth (who d.
4 June, 1881), dau. of Michael Andrew Burmester, M.D.,
Surgeon to the Forces, by his wife Mary, eldest dau. of John
Fetherstone Barlow, Esq. of Bushy Park, co. Westmeath, and
had issue.

Miles, his heir.

Rosebeeet Mart, now of Stainley.

Martha Charlotte, m. May, 1882, Herbert Reginald Eyder,
Mr. Staveley d. 20 Feb. 1860, and was s. by his only son.

Miles Stavelet, of Stainley Hall and Old Slen

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