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ingford Hall,
who was 6. 20 June, 1853 ; but dying in 1867, the estates came
into the possession of his mother, who at her death devised
them to her elder dau. Rosebeeet Maet Stavelet, now of
Stainley HaU and of Old Sleningford Hall.

Arms (Borne by Sampson Staveley, of Stainley Hall, arm.,
1664)— Arg., on a chevron, between three lozenges sa., as many
bucks' heads caboshed or. Crcsi— Within a circular wreath of
laurel, a stag's head caboshed, all ppr. Motto— XJt aspirat

Arms (Granted to Thomas Kitchingman Hutchinson on his
assuming the surname of Staveley 27 March, 1815)— Per pale
embattled gu. and arg., on a chevron engrailed between three
inascles, two bucks' heads caboshed, all counterchanged. Crest
— Within a circular wreath of oak fructcd ppr., a buck's head
caboshed, also ppr., attired or. Motto — Ut aspirat cervus.

&rt(s— Stainley Hall, near Eipon, and Old Sleningford Hall,
near Eipon, co. York.


Alcock-Stawell, William St. Legeb, Esq. of
Kilbrittain Castle, co. Cork, J.P. and D.L., late
Lieut.-Col. North Cork Rifles Militia, formerly
Capt. Eoyal Welsh Fusiliers, b. Oct. 180S; m.
18 Sept. 1845, Charlotte Harriett Esther, only
child and heir of Jonas Stawell, Esq. of Xilbrittain,
by Hon. Charlotte St. Leger his wife, dau. of
Hayes, 2nd Viscount Doneraile, and by her (who
d. 27 July, 1882) has issue.





£. Jonas William, &. 3 Aug. 1846.

II. ■William Thomas Jonas Alcock-Stawell-Eiversdalc, of
Lisnesar, co. Cork, J.P., 6. 30 Jan. 1850, s. to the pro-
perty under the will of Ludlow, last Lordlliversdale, 1861,
and assumed the name of Eiveksdale, m. 1889, Caroline,
widow of J. B. F. Davidge, of Washington, and dau. of
Dr. Thomas Gray, of Boston, U.S.A.

t. Esther Mary.

Lineagre. — The family of Stawell of Kilbrittain as
originally from Devon. The Ven. Jonas Stawell, of Kinsale,
Archdeacon of Eoss, whose will was proved in Cork 1671, is
therein described as " sometime of Chudleigh, in the county of
Devon." The Aichdeacon's descendant and representative,

Jonas Stawell, Esq., only son of Jonas Stewell, Esq. of
Maddain, by Catherine Honnor, his 2nd wife, and half-brother
of Anthony Stawell, Esq. of Kilbrittain, m. circa 1730, Melian,
only child of John Allen, Esq., Alderman of Cork, by Eliza-
beth his wife, dau. of Sampson Towgood, Esq., and left at his
decease, 1772, a son and successor,

Sampson Sta^vell, Esq., J. P. of Kilbrittain, 7n.2 Dec. 1775,
Esther, dau. of James Bernard, Esq, of Castle Bernard, co.
Cork, and sister of Francis, 1st Earl of Bandon, and was s. by
his son,

Jonas Stawell, Esq. of Kilbrittain Castle, m. 8 July, 1816,
Hon. Charlotte St. Leger, dau. of Hayes, 2nd Viscount Done-
raile, and d. 15 Jan. 1835, leaving a dau.,

Charlotte Hakriet Esther, wife of the present William
St. Leger Alcock-Stawell, Esq. of Kilbrittain Castle.

William Alcock, of Eaunston, co. Leicester, b. 1723; m.
Mary, sister of Sir Joseph Mawbey, Bart., of Botleys, Surrey,
and dau. of John Mawbey, Esq., by Martha his wife, dau. of
Thomas Pratt, Esq., and by her (who d. 1802, aged 76) left at
his decease, 3 Sept. 1764, four sons, i. Joseph, of the Treasury ;
II. William ; iii. John, of the Temple ; and iv. Thomas.
The 4th son,

Thomas Alcock, Esq. of Burwood House, Surrey, b. 9 June,
1763, J.F. andD.L., Major H.E.I.C.S., and Lieut. -Col. Com-
mandant of 3rd Surrey Local Militia, was for many years
Treasurer of the Ordnance. He m. 26 July, 1802, Hon. Caro-
line Catherine Letitia, dau. of St. Leger, 1st Viscount Done-
raile, and by her (who rf. 1 Feb. 1840) left at his decease, 15
July, 1856, aged 93, two sons and two daus., Thomas, Lieut. -
Col. Eoyal East Middlesex Militia, late Major 95th Eegt., d. 7
Aug. 1882 ; William St. Leger, now of Kilbrittain Castle ;
Caroline ; and Emily Jane.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th gu., seven lozenges in cross
arg., a crescent for diiTerence or, for Stawell; 2nd and 3rd
sa., a fesso between three cocks' heads erased arg., combed
and wattled or, for Alcock. C)-ests — 1st, On a cap of Main-
tenance gu., turned up erm., a falcon rising arg., in his beak
a scroll, thereon, '-En parole je vis," for Stawell; 2nd, A
cock arg., combed and wattled gu., spurred az., for Alcock.
Motto— Vi!Tilanter.

Seat — Kilbrittain Castle, near Bandon, co. Cork.


Steel, William Strang, Esq. of Philiphaugh,
CO. Selkirk, J.P. and D.L., b. 6 Oct. 1832 ; m.
25 Oct. 1880, and has issue,

I. Samdel Strang, b. 1 Aug. 1882.
I. Grace Strang, b. 25 Nov. 1884.

liineag-e.— James Steel, of High Side, and the Hall of
Carnduff, Lanarkshire, 6. 1743; to. 1768, Anne, dau. of Mr.
Greenshields, of Kerse, and d. 1775, leaving issue, Thomas
and James. The 2nd son,

James Steel, b. 1771, m. 1795, Janet, only dau. of John
Alison, of Carnduff, and had issue, James; John, of whom
presently; Thomas; Alexander; William; Mary; Anne;
Margaret ; Janet; and Ehzabeth. The 2ud son,

John Steel, Esq., a merchant in Glasgow, b. 1801; m.
1830, Grace, dau. of James Strang, Esq. of Westhouse, East
Kilbride, co. Lanark, and d. 1872, having by her, who d.
1888, had issue,

1 James Alison, m. 1889, and has issue, James Campbell, b.
1893, and Grace Alison, b. 1891.

2 William Strang, of Philiphaugh, which estate he pur-
chased in 1888.

3 John, 7/j. 1876, and has issue, Elsie Strang, b. 1877, and
Grizelle Strang, b. 1881.

4 Thomas, m. 1874, and has issue, Graham Strang, b. 1875,
and Grace Strang, 6. 1879.

Arms (Reg. Lyon Office)— Arg. a bend chequy sa. and erm,
between two lions' heads erased gu. on a chief az. two billets or.

a crescent of the first for difference. Crest— A lion's head
erased gu. Motto (over the crest) — Prudeniia et animis.
Seat — Philiphaugh, Selkirk.


Stephens, Kichaed, Esq. of Eastington, Bourne-
mouth, J.P. for Hants, and D.L. for co. Leicester,
b. 16 Sept. 1824; m. 31 Oct. 1850, Henrietta
Maria, only dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. the Eight
Hon. Sir Henry Pottinger, 1st Bart., G.C.B. (see
Burke's Feerage and Baronetage, Pottingee),
and has had issue,

I. Henry Pottinger Ltgon, 6. 21 Sept. 1851 ; m. 18 May,
1889, Florence Susan Helena, 2nd dau. of the late Capt.
John McMackintosh, of Inverness, N.B.

II. Edward Eichard Boyle, Lieut. E.N., &. 25 Sept. 1852 ; d.
12 April, 1884.

III. Percy Somers Tyringham, J.P. co. Durham, 6. 6 July,

I. Emily Henrietta.

Liiueag'e. — The family of Stephens was seated in co.
Gloucester up to the end of the 17th century, where it had been
for upwards of two centuries in possession of large landed
estates. It suffered like many others during the civil war,
and lost the greater part of its possessions. It was eminently
attached to the royal cause during those eventful times. The
family appears to have separated into two branches about the
end of the 17th century, one having settled in co. Essex, and
the other in co. Leicester. Of the former the male line is
extinct, but is represented in the female line by the present
Maurice Fitzgerald Stephens Townshend, Esq. of Castle
Townshend, co. Cork (sec that family), grandson of the late
Kev. M. Stephens-Townshend, who m. the sole heiress of her
maternal uncle, Henry Stephens, of Chavenage.

Henry Stephens is the first of the name who is handed
down as a landed proprietor in co. Gloucester. He lived
at Frocester, and was bur. there in the church of St. Peter.
His will was proved 6 March, 1552. He m. the dau. and heir of
Edward Lugg, Esq. of co. Hereford, and had several children.
His eldest son and heir,

Edward Stephens, purchased the manor of Eastington, co.
Gloucester, of Henry, Lord Stafford, 1573. He m. Jane, dau.
of E. Fowler, Esq. of Stonehouse, co. Gloucester; they d. 1587,
and were bur. at Eastington, having had issue, three sons and
three daus.,

I. Eichard, the heir of Eastington, bur. there 1599, and
left issue.

II. James, of Eastington, d. 19 Oct. 1594.

III. John, of whose descendants we treat.
The 3rd son,

John Stephens, of Over-Lypiate, parish of Stroud, co.
Gloucester, Attorney-General to Henuy, Prince of Wales, aad
Charles I., some time Eeader of the Middle Temple, London,
d. 26 April, 1613, aged 55. He m. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir
of John Stone, Esq. of Over-Lypiate, and had issue, with
several daus., three sons,

I. Edward, of Little Sodbnrj-, co. Gloucester, d. 1670. He
m. Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas Crewe, of Stene, co. North-
ampton, Knt., Serjeant-at-Law, and sister of lstlx)rd Crewe,
of Stene. They had issue, one son,

Thomas Stephens (Sir), of Sodbury, co. Gloucester, Knt.,
living 1681 ; m. Catherine, dau. of W. Coombes, Esq. of

II. John, of Over-Lypiate, Bencher of the Middle Temple,
had .four wives ; he d. and was bur. at Stroud, 12 Aug.
1679, aged 76, leaving issue.

III. Nathaniel, of whom presently.

I. Elizabeth, m. Samuel Codrington, Esq. of Dodington, co.
Gloucester, and had issue.

The 3rd son, who s. his father, John Stephens, of Over-
Lypiate, was

Nathaniel Stephens, Esq. of Horton and Cheriton, co.
Gloucester, who d. 1640, aged 30; he m. Elizabeth, dau., and
eventually sole heir of Eobert Tyringham, Esq. of Weston-
upon-Flavell, co. Northampton, and of Barkby, co. Leicester,
and had issue,

I. Edward, of Alderley, Horton, and Cheriton, co. Gloucester,
of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, living 1682; m.
Mary, dau. of John liaynsford, of Staverton, co. Northamp-
ton, and of Wolfhamcote, co. Wanvick, Esq., elder brother
of Sir Eichard Kaynsford, Knt., Lord Chief Justice of the
King's Bench.

II. Tteingham, of whom presently.
The 2nd son,





The Yen. Tthingham Stephb.vs, of The Castle, near the
borougli of Lokxster ; Archdeacon of Leicester, 29 May, 163f>,
was bur. at St. Mary's Chmcli, 21 June, 1710. He m. 1st,
Isabel, 4th dau. of George T.ayson, Esq. of Leicester, but by
her (who d. about 10S8) he had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Mili-
cent, dau. of 'Winiam Inge, Esq. of Thorpe Constantiuc, co.
Stafford, and by her (who d. 23 Nov. 1731) had issue,

I. Tyringham, of St. Mary's Leicester, h. 30 April, 1G72 ; d.
June, 1710.

II. Walter, 6. 27 Feb. 1675; d.s.p.

III. Thomas, of whom presently.

IV. Nathaniel (Kev.), Keetor of Alphamstowe, Essex, t. 3
July, 1007; )?i. 25 M.ay, 1709, Ellis, dau. of P. Deane, of
Harwich, Gent. He (/. and was bur. at Harwich, Essex,
2S April, 1730. They had issue,

1 Tvringhini, a Commissioner in the Victualling Office, 6.
20M.arch, 1713; d. v.iim. 18 Feb. 1768.

2 Nathaniel, Capt. of the "Lively" K.X., 6. 13 Oct. 1721 ;
d. 23 March, 1747.

3 Philip (Sir), Bart., of St. Faith's and Horsford, co. Nor-
folk, and of Kulham, Middlesex, b. 11 Oct. 172.'), repre-
sented the borough of Sandwich in rarliament for many
years, became Secretary to the Admiralty, and was created
a Baronet by patent bearing date 17 March, 1795. He
was one of the Lords Commissioners of the Adnjiralty.
He d. s p. 26 Nov. 1S09, and was bur. at Fulhani, and with
him the title became extinct.

1 Ellis, b. '22 Feb. 1709 ; d. 4 Aug. 1710.

2 Grace, b. 5 Aug. 1719 ; d. 14 March, 1783, unm.

3 Milicent, m. W. Howe, of Mistley Thorns, Essex, Gent.,
son of Leonard Howe, Esq. of Wickham Brook, co. Suffolk ;
d. 1736.

Y. Kichard, b. 2 Nov. 1684 ; d.s.p. 1745.

VI. Charles, b. 12 Sept. 1686 ; bur. 16S7, at Leicester.

1. Jane. ii. Milicent, and others daus.

The 3rd son,

Thomas Stephens, Esq., an Officer in the army, b. 10 Dec.
1679; m. Hannah, dau. of Francis Ward, Esq. of Leicester;
and (/. 2 Jan. 1707, having had issue,

I. John, of whom presently.

II. Thomas, 6. 11 July, 1710; m. Hannah Garrett, and left
issue, four daus., 1 Mary ; 2 Elizabeth, m. T. Lockwood,
Esq.; 3 Sarah, b. 11 Feb. 1746; and 4 Anne, 6. 15 Feb.
1753, m. R. Kirkwall, Esq. of Cosby, co. Leicester.

I. Elizabeth, 6. U June, 1700; m. W. Meares, Esq. of

II. Hannah, 6. 9 Dec. 1703 ; m. J. Cape, Esq. of London.

III. Mary, b. 4 Oct. 1706; m. Lawrence Keade, Esq. of
Leice ter.

IV. Anne, m. A. Baddcley, Esq. of Dudley, co. Gloucester.
The eldest son,

John Stephens, Esq. of St. Martin's, Leicester, b. 10 Jan.
1707 ; m. Elizabeth, dad. of John Barfoot, Esq. of Evington,
CO. Leicester, and had issue,

I. John, 6. 12 Dec. 1733 ; d. s. p. 7 March, 1808.

II. Thomas, b. 14 May, 1736; m. a dau. of J. Dell, Esq. of
Hall, CO. York, and d.s.p. 29 Jan. 1790.

III. William, b. Oct. 1737 ; d.s.p. 16 Feb. 1760.
i\ . PiicuAKD, of whom presently.

John Stephens d. 15 Nov. 1782, and was s. eventually by his
4th son,

Richard Stephens, Esq., 6. 28 June, 1745; m. Alice, dau.
of Rev. John Lettice, B.A., Vicar of Boseate and Rector
of Strixton, co. Northampton, and d. II Aug. 1810, leaving

I. John, of whom presently.

II. Ptichard (Rev.), b. 29 March, 1785 ; educated at Rugby,
and at Brasenose Coll. Oxford, of which he was elected
Fellow 29 June, 1810, entered Holy Orders 23 Dec. 1810,
Vicar of Belgrave-cum-Birstall, co. Leicester. He m. 7 Jan.
1819, Emily Anne, youngest dau. of Monsieur de Sivrac,
of Creuse, near Toulouse, Dcpartement de la Garonne,
France, and d. 29 May, 1871, having by her (who d. 1891,
in her 90th year) had issue,

1 RiCBABD, now of Easington House.

2 John Otter (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Blankney, co. Lin-
coln, b. 26 April, 1S32; ra. 16 June, I8s7, Emma Char-
lotte, eldest dau. of Alexander Leslie-Melville, Esq. of
Branston Hall, co. Lincoln, by his wife the Hon. Alljinia
Brodrick, dau. of Charles, 6th Viscount Midleton, and has
issue, Agnes de Sivrac Edith; Violet Albinia Lucy (see
Bcbke's Peerage, Leven and Melville, E.).

3 Henry Euseby, Capt. P..N. (retired), b. 24 March, 1834.

4 Prescot William, Post-Capt. R.N., 6. 11 Dec. 1835 ; m.
20 May, 1869, Alice Lettice, youngest dau. of the late W.
Marriott, Esq., and d. 12 Aug. 1»84, whilst in command
of H.M.S. " Thetis," at Callao, leaving issue, liiehard
Markham Tyringham, R.N., b. 13 Nov. 1875; Martin de
Sivrac, b. 13 Sept. 1878, d. 13 Dec. 1884; Alice Le Hice ;
Hilda Mary ; Marguerite Emilie.

1 Alice Maria, m. 4 April, la39. Rev. Charles Pratt Terrot,
Vicar of Wis;jington, co. Lincoln, only son of tlie late
Gen. Terrot, K.H.A.

2 Emily, m. June, 1842, George Verc Lnca,s, Esq., J.P., of
Edith-Weston Hall, co. Rutland, Stacklcy House, co.
Leic( ster, and of Stock Park, en. Lancaster, 2nd son of
Rev. Richard Lucas, of Edich-Weston Hall, Rutland, and
has issue. Mr. G. V. Lucas assumed by royal licence, at
his father's decease in 1845, the surname and additional
arms of Bkaithwaite, in lieu of his patronymic Lucas,
in compliance with the testamentary injunelion of Miss
Braithwaite, on his succeeding to the estate of Stock Park,
CO. Lancaster.

3 Elise, m. 28 June, 1855, John Vaux Monckton, Esq., of
the 1st West York R.V., eldest son of William Butler
Odell Monckton, Esq., and great-gandson of Major-Gen.
the Right Hon. Sir Robert Monckton, G. C.B. He d.

4 Kosinc Lettice.

5 Mary Louisa, m. 7 Jan. 1852, Thomas Henry Pares, Esq.
of Hopwell Hall, co. Derby, and of Ulverscroft Abbey
and Kirby Frith House, co. Leicester (see Pares). He d,

6 Octavia Lctlice, 97!. 1st, 11 July, 1854, Charles Edward
Stainsforth, Esq., H.M. 7th Royal Fusiliers, afterwards
Capt. 1st West York Rifles, and eldest surviving son of
Col. Stainforth, of The Mount, York ; he d. 1855 ; she m.
2ndly, lbo8, Col. John Edmund Harvey, eldest son oJ
John Harvey, of Thorpe, Norfolk, late Lieut.-Col. 49tii
Regt Uee Burke's Pcaxtr/e and Baronetage). Hed. 1890,
leaving issue.

7 Alicia, m. Jan. 1868, Richard 'Worsley 'Worswick, Esq.
of Normanton Hall, co. Leicester, J. P. co. Leicester, and
Col. Leicestershire Militia.

8 Agnes Tyringham, m. Dec. 1869, William Hew Dunn,
Esq. of Inglewood Park, and Templetnn, Berks, D.L. and
J. P. for Berks, eldest son of Gen. Dunn, R.H.A., of Ingle-
wood, and has issue.

I. Elizabeth, m. Samuel Eankart, Esq., and d. 1846.

II. Alice, d. 14 Feb. 17b0.

III. Ann, TO. John Caklecott, Esq. of Holbrook Grange, anO
Lawford, co. Warwick, and d.s.p.i Sept. 1845.

IV. Alice, TO. Rev. Henry Greene, of Upton Snodsbury, co.
Worcester, Rector of All Saints, Bristol, Somerset, and d.
Oct. 1806.

The eldest son of Richard Stephens,

John Stephens, Esq. of St. Martin, Leicester, b. 23 Jlay,
1775; TO. Maria, dau. of Walter Ruding, Esq. of Westeoates
Hall, CO. Leicester (who unsuccessfully contested the boiougli
of Leicester 1737), and dying Nov. 1823, left issue,

I. John Ruding, of whom presently.

i[. Richard Kdding. the late representative of the family.

I. Elizabeth Ruding. ii. Sarah Ruding.

i!i. Agnes Sarah Ruding, d. 1842.

IV. Maria Ruding. v. Kathcrine Ruding, d. 1840.

The eldest son,

John Ruding Stephens, Esq., 6. 12 July, 1803; m. 14 Sept.
1843, Harriet, dau. of Rev. Rogers Ruding (son of Yen. Arch-
deacon of Leicester), Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, hut
d. s. p. Sept. 1852. His brother.

Rev. Richard Ruding Stephens, b. 10 Dec. 1807 ; educateci'
at Winchester Coll., and afterwards elected Fellow of New Coll.
Oxford, traced maternally, through the Rudings, Lord Save antl
Sele's family and others, founder's kin to William of Wyke-
ham ; m. April, 1857, Elizabeth, dau. of William Groom, Esq.,
and d. s. p. Jan. 1874, and was s. by his cousin,

Richard Stephens, now of Eastington House.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Stephens, per chevron az.
and arg., in chief two falcons volant or ; 2nd, Lugo, gu., on a
bend cotised arg., a bendlet wavy az. ; 3rd, Tvbingham, az., a
saltire engrailed arg., a crescent or, for diiTerenoe. Crt-i!- —
A demi-eagle displayed or. 31ottoes-~Dexis intersit; All's fos'
ye beste.

&a J— Eastington House, Bournemouth.


Stephens, Robkrt Dakell Smythe, Esq.,
F.L.S., F.G.S., of Trewornan, Cornwall, b. Ii! May,
1851 ; m. 18 Oct. 1882, Mary Frances, eldest dau.
of William Trevonen, Esq. of Helston, and has
had issue,

I. Darell, b. 19 May, and d. 20 May, 1883.

II. Darell Trevencn, 6. 28 Sept., and d. 30 Sept. 1885.

III. Robert Darell Elford, b. 5 Aug. 1887.
I. Mamie.

Lineag'e. — The family of Darell owned Trewornan in 1659.
(.See Trelawny of CohlrlaUk). Henry Darell, the younger,
d. in 1731, s. ji., leaving his two sisters, his heirs, Frances,
who TO. John Crabbe, of Plymouth, and Ann, who became
the wife of the Rev. Edward Stephens, Vicar of St. Kew.
Trewornan, under the will of her brother, devolved upon the
former, who left an only son, Darell Crabbe, who, upott





Inheriting the estates of Coldrinick, upon the death of Henry
St. George Parell, under the will of Charles Trelawny, of
Coldrinick (who d. unm. 1764), had assumed the surname
and arms of Tkelawnt. (See that family.) Upon his death
*. p. in 1795, the estates passed to his kinsmen, Edward and
Darell Stephens, grandsons of Eev. Edward Stephens, and
Ann Darell his wife. Edward, the elder, had the Coldrinick
•estates under the will of the said Charles Trelawny, and
assumed the name and arms of TnELAWNYonly ; whilst Darell,
under the will of the said Darell Crabbe Trelawny, inherited
Trewornan, which is now possessed by his grandson, Eodekt
Darell Smtthe Stephens, Esq.

Rev. Edward Stephens, Vicar of St. Kew, was son of
Edward Stephens, of Falmouth, and great-grandson of John
Stephens, who m. the dau. of Willoughby of Gwithian. He
m. 2'i Aug. 1730, Ann, dau. of Henry Darrell, Esq. of Tre-
wornan (sfe Teelawny of Coldrinick), and d. 1737, leaving

I. Henry, b. 1731 ; d. s. p.

II. Edward, of whom presently.

III. Robert, of Eowey, b. 22 Nov. 1733 ; m. 1 Sept. 1764, Amy,
dau. of Alexander Wolcott, Esq. of Kingsbridge, andci. s. p.

I. Anne, &. 1735; d. unm. 2 Jan. 1816.

II. Jane, 6. 1736 ; d. vnm.
The 2nd son,

Edward Stephens, Esq., b. 28 Aug, 1732; m. 10 Nov. 1761,
Catherine, dau.ofltev. John Bedford, Vicar of Charles Church,
Plymouth, and d. 2 May, 1773, having by her (who d. Feb.
1814) had issue,

I. Ethvard, Capt. R.A., bapt. 8 Jan. 17fi2. s. by the will of
his cousin Daniel Crabbe (afterwards Tielawney) to Cold-
riniok, and tlicreupon assumed the surname of Trelawny
{see Trelawny nf Vuldrinick).
u. Darell, of whom we treat.

I. Lucretia Bedford, b. 8 Sept. 1764; m. 23 Sept. 1786, Rev.
John Jagii, Vicar of Mellon Abbott, and had issue [see Tre-
lawny of Coldrinick).
The 2nd son,

Rev. Darell Stephens, of Trewornan, Vicar of St. Petrock
Minor, bapt. 13 April, 1771 ; m. Mary, dau. of John Bennett,
of Lostwi'.hiel, and d. 2 Feb. 1848, having by her (who d. 15
■Oct. 1861) had with other issue, who d. s.p.

I. Edward, his heir.

II. Robert, s. his brother.
The elder of these two sons,

Edward Stephens, Esq. of Trewornan, J.P. and D.L., 6.21
Nov. 1809; m. Constance, dau. of John Warren Sandys, Esq.,
and cZ. s.p. 7 April, 1882, and was s. by his brother,

Robert Stephens, Esq. of Trewornan, b. 26 Sept. 1811 ; vi.
24 May, 1848, James Agnes Elford, dau. of the Rev. John
Smythe, Rector of Dromiskin, co. Louth, and d. 13 March,
1890, leaving an only child,

Robert Darell Smythe, now of Trewornan.

Seat — Trewornan, Wadebridge, co. Cornwall.


Stephens, Feedebick, Esq. of Bentworth
Lodge, CO. Hants, late Capt. 2nd Life Guards,
J.P. COS. Hants and Huntingdon, b. 4 Eeb. 1836;
.m. 13 Jan. 1869, Cecilia Mary, dau. of the late
Capt. H. Byng, R.N., of Quendon Hall, Essex, (see
Bdbke's Peerage, Toebi3S'Qton, V.) and has issue,

I. Reginald Byng, Lieut. Rifle Brigade, i. 10 Oct. 1869.
01. Berkeley John Byng, h. 22 July, 1871.

'III. Lionel Byng, b. 1 July, 1873.

IV. Gerard Byng, b. 28 May, 1875.

V. Evelyn Edward Byng, b. 9 Feb. 1877.

VI. Frederick GeofTrey Roger Byng, b. 27 May, 1886.
X Mabel Byng, b. 9 July, d. 16 Dec. 1870.

II. Cicely Mary Byng, 6. 20 May, 1880.

Mr. Frederick Stephens is the son of the late John
Stephens, Esq. of Caversham Place, co. Oson, d.
1S47, by Ellen {d. 16 Sept. 1868) his wife, dau. of
J. T. Hinds, Esq. of Dundalk.
jScc'— Bentworth Lodge, Alton, co. Hants.


SxEt A IT, Andeew, Esq. of Auchlunkart House,
C9. BauJl:", M.A. Camb., J.P. and D.L. co. Banff,

and J.P. COS. Aberdeen and Moray, M.P. for Cam-
bridge 1857 to 1862, I. 25 May, 1822 ; m. 1847,
Elizabeth Georgiana Graham, 3rd dau. of Lieut.-
Col. Thomas Gordon, of Park, co. Banff, and has

Liineag-e. — Alexander Steuart, of Stradown, claiming
descent from the noble House of Athole, was father of

Andrew Steuart, of Tannachie, m. Mary, dau. of Comin,
of Alter, and had a son,

Andrew Steuart, of Tannachie, m. Catherine, dau. of Gor-
don, of Letteifourie, and was father of

Patrick Stecart, of Tannachie, m. Marjoiie Gordon, and
was grandfather of

Patrick Steuart, of Tannachie, to. a dau. of Sir Robert
Abeicrombie, and by her had, with younger children, who aU
d. s. p., two sons,

Patrick, to. his cousin, Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander Steuart,
of Auchlunkart, and granddau. of Alexander Steuart, by
Ellen his wife, dau. and heir of Innes, of Auchlunkart, and
had by her three sons, George, Alexander, and Andrew,
d.s.p., and two daus., Harriet and Elizabeth.

Andrew, of Auchlunkart.
The 2nd son,

Andrew Steuart, Esq. of Auchlunkart, to. Harriet, dan.
of James Gordon, of Coclarachie, and by her (who d. 1814)

Patrick, his heir.

James, Capt. 1st Foot, distinguished at St. Sebastian, Sept.

George, Midshipman, R.N., d. Feb. 1820.

Mary, m. Hon. David Moneypenny, one of the Senators of
the College of Justice.
Mr. Steuart d. 1798, aged 53, and was s. by his son,

Patrick Steuart, Esq. of Auchlunkart, D.L., b. 14 March,
1780; m. 9 Nov. 1820, Rachel, only dau. of Lachlan Gordon,
Esq. of Park, and left at his decease an only son, the present
Andrew Steuart, Esq. of Auchlunkart.

Arms — Or, a fesse chequy az. andarg., between in chief three
crosses-cro.?slet fitchee and in base as many cushions of the
second. Crest — Two naked arms, holding a human heart, all
ppr. Motto — Corde et manu. — Auchlunkart House, Keith, Banffshire.


Steuabt, John, Esq. of Ballechin, co. Perth,
J.P. and D.L., Knight of the Order of St. Gregory
the Great, b. 26 July, 1837; m. 12 Nov. 1862,
Caroline Anna, eldest dau. of Sir Albert de Hoche-
pied Larpent, 2nd Bart, of Roehampton, and has

I. John Malcolm Steuart, J. P., Lieut. Rifle Brigade, 6. 5
Sept. 1863.

II. Francis Gerald, 6. 24 Dec. 1864.

lu. Robert Henry Joseph, b. 13 April, 1874.
IV. Bernard Charles Albert, b. 7 Sept. 1875.
v. Patrick Hope, b.

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