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er Shibden Hall (who d. 1872), by Mary his
■wife, dau. of John Halliley, Esq. of The Manor
House, Dewsbury, co. York.

5ca;«— Upper Shibden Hall, near Halifax; Woodhall, Down-
ham Market ; and Latheron Wheel, Caithness. 2'ovin
Residence— 25, Rutland Gate, S.W.

Ciu6— Junior United Service.



STOKES OF MOUNTHAWK.

Stokes, Majoe-Gen. Geoege Baeet, of Mount-
hawk, CO. Kerry, Major-Gen. late Koyal Innis-
killing Fusiliers, m. Sept. 1874, Isabella Barbara,
only dau. of Kobert Law, Esq. of Dublin, M.D.,
by Eleanor Vesey his mfe, and by her (who d. 9
July, 1891), has issue,

I. Charles Henbt Geokge Veset, b. 20 July, 1876.

II. Robert Day, b. 7 Feb. 1878; d. 16 May, 1884.
in. Oliver Maurice FitzGerald, b. 28 May, 1881.
IV. Frank Bertram Vesey, 6. 3 Dec. 1883.

I. Eleanor Mary Geraldine. ii. Olive Muriel Kathleen.

Liineag'e. — The first settler in Ireland was an Officer in
the army, who had considerable property in co. Limerick,
Stokesfield, &c., and was bur. at Askeaton, in that co. His
8on,

John Stokes, of Dunmoylan House, co. Limerick, living
circa 1622, m. Sarah Connell, dau. of Jeffery O'Conuell, of
Iveragh, co. Kerry, and left a son,

Edward Stokfs, Esq. m. Judith, dau. of Lacy, of Ballin-
garry, and granddau. of Lacy, of Bruree. Of this family was
the celebrated Field-Marshal Lacy, in the service of Maria
Theresa. Edward Stokes and Judith Lacy left a son,

John Stokes, Esq., m. Honoria, dau. of John Fitzgerald, of
Clengish, co. Limerick, and left a son,

Oliver Stokes, Esq., ?)i. Margaret, dau. of John Creagh, of
Bally bunnion House, co. Kerry,, and left a son,

George Stokes, Esq.,?7i. 1771, Bridget, dau. of John Cooke,
of Skehenei'in, co. Kerry, and granddau. of Thomas Cooke,
of Paynestown, co. Kilkenny, by his wife, a dau. of Sir
Kobert Fitzmaurice, of Ballykealy Castle, co. Kerry, and had
a Bon,

Oliver Stokes, Esq. of Caracraig, co. Kerry, J.P., to. 1795,
Elizabeth, dau. of John Day, Esq. of Cork, by his wife Margaret
Hewson. John Day and Margaret Hewson were first-cousins,
and were grandchildren of Maurice Fitzgerald, Knt. of Kerry,
by Elizabeth Crosbie his wife, dau. of David Crosbie, and
sister of Maurice, 1st Lord Brandon. Mr. Stokes d. 1 Jan.
18-14, leaving issue,

I. George Day, his heir.

II. Robert Day, m. Eliza Baret, co-heir with her sister (his
brother George's wife), and has surviving issue,

1 Oliver Robert, Major-Gen. R.A. (retired).

2 Robert Baret, late Capt. 16th J-oot. Resident Magistrate for
Derry.



3 John, Capt. R.N.

4 Maui ice Fitzmaurice, Lient.-Col. Eoyal Monster
Fusiliers.

5 Eoward William, of Fairfield House, Lancaster, Major
Lancaster Eegt. (letired) and Capt. 1st Royal Lancashire
Militia, 6. 1841 ; j;j. 1880, Margaret, dau. of W. Storey,
Esq.

6 Graham.

1 Elizabeth, m. L. Wren, Esq. of co. Kerry.

III. John Day, Major-Gen. in the army, late British Repre-
sentative at the Court of Mysore, m. Jane, youngest dau. of
Col. Littlejohn, Bengal army, and d. «. p.

IV. Edward Day, of Farranalulla, co Kerry, J. P., b. 1809.
m. 1832, Anne, dau. of Col. Haldane, R.E., Quarrermaster-
Gen. of the British forces in India (descended from John
Ilsldane, of Gleneagles, N.B., by Mary Drunimond, dau. of
David, 3rd Baron Maderty, eldest brother of William, 1st
Viscount Strathallan), co-heir (with her sister, Julia) of
Gen. Haldane, and has issue,

1 Oliver Haldane, 6. 1S33. 2 Edward John, deceased.

3 Henry, deceased. 4 Alexander.

1 Maria, in. 10 Aug. 1858, Edward Guyon de Moleyns,.
Esq., grandson of the 1st Lord Ventry.

2 Elizabeth.

V. Oliver Day, of Castle Ballymalis and Caracra'g, co. Kerry,
J.P., Major late Madras army, formerly Capi, Kerry lliiitia,
b. 1811; 771. 1st, 1843, Catherine, only dau. of John Hilliard,
E.cq. of Ballydunled, by his wife, Anne Hickson, of Fcr-
moyle, and has issue,

1 William Edward. 14th Hussars, d. 27 Sept. 1878.

2 Oliver Adrian, Lieut. K.N.

1 Annie Jane. 2 Elizabeth May.

3 Kathleen Emily.

He TO. 2ndly, 1872, Hannah, widow of Edward Udale
Thompson, Esq., and 3rd dau. of John Chapman, Esq. oi
Craygs House, Wliitby, co. York.

VI. Patrick Day, late Lieut.-Col., m. Julia, youngest dau.
of Col. Haldane, and co-heir (with her sister; of Gen-
Haldane, and has issue, Charles, R.N., John, and Frances.

I. Margaret, m. Maurice Fitzmaurice, of Duagh House, J.P-
for CO. Kerry.

II. tlizabeth B., m. Capt. Henry Bowles, of Mounthawk, J.P.
for CO. Kerry.

III. Honoria, m. Col. David Graham, of Meiklewood, D.L.
for CO. Stirling.

IV. Lucy, TO. Rowland Eager, of Cullenymore, co. Kerry.
The eldest son,

George Dat Stokes, Esq. of Mounthawk, Kerry, J.P ,.
Treasurer of the co., M.A. Trio. Coll. Dublin, b. 1800; m.
1826, Mary Anne, dau. and co-heir (with her sister Eliza)
of Robert Baret, Esq. of Horstead Hall, Norfolk, and had
issue,

I. Oliver George, Capt. 1st West India Eegt., deceased.

II. Henry Bowles, Capt. 47th Regt. (retired), to. July, 1860,
Janet Brj-an Stephenson, dau. of J. Stephenson, Esq. oi
Fort William, co. Londonderry, and by her (who d. 26
July, 1873) left at his decease a dau. Henrietta Elizabeth,
0. July, lfc63. He served through the Crimean war, and
had his name mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches lor
bravery at the Quarries.

III. George Baret, now of Mounthawk.

IV. Robert Yallop, Lieut. 8th Regt. (retired).

v. John George. vi. Edward George.

I. Anna Maria. ii. Elizabeth Georgina.

Mr. Stokes d. 1882.

Seats — Mounthawk, Tralee ; and The Priory, Slapton Kins-
bridge, Devon.



STOKES OF ST. BOTOLPHS.

Stokes, Antony William John, Esq. of St.
Botolphs, CO. Pembroke, and Ystradwrallt, co.
Carmarthen, J.P. cos. Carmarthen and Pembroke,
D.L. CO. HaTerfordwest (on roll for High Sheriff
CO. Carmarthen 1894), 5. 18 June, 1850 ; m 22 Oct.
1879, Emma Ellen, elder dau. of the late Capt.
J. G. H. Philipps, of Ystradwrallt, eldest son of
Capt. J. G. Philipps, E.N., formerly of Cwm-
gwjlly, CO. Carmarthen, and has issue,

Anthont Vacghan William, 6. 30 Aug. 1883.
Vaughan Adrian Philipps, b. 26 Nov. 18S0.

Liineage.— Hugh Innys Stokes, d. 1834, leaving by
Lydia Mary, his wife, who d. 18C6, a son,

Anthony Bowen Owen Stokes, Esq. of St. Botolphs, co.
Pembroke, J.P. and D.L., served in H. M. 53rd Regt. during
1st Sikh Campaign, m. 1840, Evelia Crymes, and d. Nov.
1S91, leaving issue,

I. Antony William John, now of St. Botolphs.

II. Frederick Owen Lloyd.



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lu. Hugh Innys, m. Kato Mav BIytlie.

I. Florence Aiitonia Emeline,'»i. W. H. Richards. Esq.

II. Emelin Theresa Elizabeth, m. Lieut. -Col. F. E. Trower.

III. Jlaiy Louisa, m. Capt. K. H. Dunn, and d. 1883, leaving
a son, Kobert.

IV. Elizabeth, m. Edward Crokcr-'Walsh, Esq.

V. .\lice Fhi.ippa. vi. EiUth Charlotte.
Stats— St. Botolphs, Milford Haven, co . Peinbrokc, and

Ystiadwrallt, Xantcaiediff. K.S.O. Carniarthea.



LOWNDES STONE NORTON
BRIGHTWELIi PARK.



OF



LowxDEs - IStone - ZS'ouTox, Capt. Egbert
Thomas, of Anningsloy Park, Surrey, Briglitwell
Park, Oxtord, and Langdon House, Devon, late
Grenadier Guards, b. 10 Sept. 1839; m. 1st, 18
i?ept. 1862, Catherine Charlotte Lowndes-
Stone, of Briglitwell Park, the granddau. and
heiress of AVilliam Francis Lowndes-Stone, Esq.,
and bv her (^who d. 11 Dec. 1882) has issue,

EoGER Fletcueb Earle, of Parford House, Devon, late
Lieut. 3rd Batt. Devonshire Kegt., 6. 1 July, 1863, m.
1890, Agnes Selina, dau. of the Kev. William Thornton,
Kector of North Bovey, Devon.

Capt. Norton (whose wife had assumed the name
of Stone on assuming her majority in 1862)
assumed by royal licence, 1S68, the additional
surnames of Lowndes - Stone. He m. 2ndly,
4 Not. 1891. Marie Annie, dau. of the late George
Dow, Esq. of Beechgrove, co. Dumfries.

Ijineag-e.— William Lowndes, Esq. of Astwood Bury,
Bucks, 2nd son of William Lowndes, Esq., Secretary of the
Trcasuiy 1652, m. 1711, ilargaret Laynes, an heiress, and had
issue,

I. William, 6. 1712; m. 1744, Catherine, eldest dau. of
Francis Lowe, Esq. of Baldwyn Brightwell, co. Oxford, and
assumed, in compliance with the Will of Mr. Lowe, the
additional surname of Sto.ne. He (/. 1773. and left f with a
dau. Catharine) a son, William, successor to his grand-
father.

II. Richard, Lieut. E.N.; m. 1751. Bridget, dau. of William
Dalston, Esq. of Great Salkeld, Cumberland, and had two
sons,

1 William, 6. May, 1752, one of the Commissioners of the
Board of Taxes, d. unm.

2 Richard, of Rose Hill, Dorking, Surrey, 6. 4 Oct. 1766 ;
711. 12 April, 1787, Rebecca, younger dau. of Henry
Brougham, Esq. of Brougham Hall, co. Westmorland,
and aunt to the 1st Lord Brougham, and had (with a dau.
Rebecca, ra. James Randall, Esq., Barrister-at-Law) two
sons,

Henry Dalston, b. 1789; m. Sarah, dau. of William Lowe,

Esq., and had issue.
William Loftus, Q.C., b. April, 1793 ; m. 28 Feb. 1818,
Eliza, dau. of Samuel Crompton Cox, Esq., Master in
Chancery, and had issue.
ni. Henry, 6. 1723; m. 1751, Mary Magdalen, only dau. of

Edward -Vmold, Esq.. but d. s. 2).
IV. Thomas (Rev.), Rector of North Crawley, Bucks, d.
unm.

Mr. Lowndes d. 1775, and was «. by his grandson,

William Lowndes, Esq. of Astwood and North Crawley,
Bucks, and of Baldwyn Brightwell, co. Oxford, b. 1750, who
assumed, upon the decease of his mother, 1789, the surname
and arms of Stone. He m. 1775, his cousin, Elizabeth, 2nd
dau. and co-heir of Richard Garth, Esq. of Mordcn, in Surrey,
(3rd in descent from George Garth, who m. Anne, dau. and
heir of Sir John Carleton, Bart.), and by her (who d. Feb.
1837) had issue,

I. William Fkancis, his heir.

II. Richard (Rev.), 6. 1790 ; m. Mary, dau. of Rev. Robert
Douglas, Rector of Salwarpe, co. Worcester, and by her
(who d. 1849), leftat his decease, with other issue, a son and
successor. Sir Richard Garth, M.A., Q.C., of Morden Hall
(see Garth of Morden).

III. Henry Owen, 6. 1795; settled in America; m. 1827,
Sarah Anne, dau. of Augustus Trimbish, Esq., and had
is>ue.

I. Elizabeth, m. 1799, John Fane, Esq. of Wormsley,

Oxford.
u. Catharine, m. 1812, Rev. John Holland, of Aston, co.

Oxford, and d. 184!j.

III. Clara, d. unm. under age 1792.

IV. Anne, m. 1822, William H. Sharpe, Esq. of London, who
d. Oct. 1844.

V. Mary, m. Edward Jodrell, Esq., 2nd son of Richard Paul
Jodrcll, Esq, of Nethercot, co. Oxford.



Mr. Lowndes-Stone d. May, 1830, and was s. by his son,

William Francis Lowndes-Stone, Esq. of Brightwell Park
J.P. and D.L., D.C.L. Oxford, High Sheriff 1834, b. 27 Oct!
1783; m. 3 Oct. 1811, Caroline, 2nd dau. of Sir William Strick-
land, 6th Bart, of Boynton, co. York, and by her (who d.
11 April, 1867) had issue,
1. William Charles, *. ~ Aug. 1812 ; ni. 7Mav, 1840, Catha-
rine, 2iid dau. of Rer. Reginald Wynniait, of Guiting
Grange, co. Gloucester, and by her (who m. 2ndly, 1849,
Rev. John Wyndhara, of Sutton Mandeville, Wilts) he left
at his decease, 21 April, 1845, two surviving daus.,

1 Catharine Charlotte, late of Brightwell.

2 Margaret Susan, m. 1871, Henry, eldest son of John H.
Elwcs, Esq. of Colcsbourne Park, co. Gloucester, and Las
issue.

I. Caroline Isabella, m. 24 July, 1832. James Molyneux,
Esq. of Losely Park, SuiTey.

II. Isabella Anne, m. 12 Oct. 1841, Rev. George Day, Rector
of Baldwyn-Brighlwell, co. Oxford.

III. Emma, m. 12 Dec. 1837, Hon. and Rev. Henry Rice,
brother of Francis, 5th Lord Dynevor.

Mr. Lowndes, who assumed the additional surname of Stone,
d. 1S58, and was s. by his granddau. Catharine Charlotte
Lowndes, wife of Capt. R. T. L. Norton, now of Brightwell
Park.

(I^umiljt of Curlcton.

The Carletons came originally from co. Lincoln. Adam de
Carleton was settled there 15 Edward I.

Sir John Carleton, of Brightwell, son and heir of George
Carleton, Esq. of Brightwell, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and
co-heir of Sir John Brockett, of Brockett Hall, Herts, grand-
son of Anthony Carleton, Esq. of Brightwell, by Joyce, his
wife, dau. of Sir John Goodwin, of Winchenden, Bucks, and
great-grandson of John Carleton (who purchased Brightwell
from the Cottesmore family 1500, s. to the estates of his uncle,
Dudley Carleton, Viscodnt Dorchester, and was created a
baronet in 1627. He m. 1627, Anne, eldest dau. of Sir Richard
Hoghton, Knt. of Hoghton Tower, co. Lancaster, and relict of
Sir John Cotton, of Lanwade, co. Cambridge, by whom he had
one son and two daus.,

I. George (Sir), 2nd Bart., who d. unm.

I. Anne, m. George Garth, Esq. of Morden, Surrey.

II. Catharine, m. John Stone, Esq., eldest son of Sir Richard
Stone, Knt., and brother of Dorothy Stone, m. Francis
Lowe, Esq.

Sir John Carleton d. 1637. His estates eventually passed to
his two daus. and co-heirs.

The family of Lowe was settled in co. Bedford in the reign
of Henrt VII. The above mentioned Francis Lowe derived
descent from Thomas Lowe, Esq., vi. Alice, eldest dau. and co-
heir of Richard Reynes, Esq. of Clifton, Bucks, by Maud, dau. of
John Booth, Esq. of Dunham -Massey, co. Chester, and obtained
Clifton as the share of his wife, on the division of the property
among the co-heirs. (Richard Reynes d. 1556, leaving two
daus.) The above Thomas Lowe, Esq. of the Body and Capt.
of the Guard of Henry VIIL, was grandson of Thomas Lowe,
who had been settled at Wavendon, co. Bedford, about fifty
years. On the death of his father-in-law, he fixed his residence
at Clifton, in right of his wife Alice, and presented to the
church of Clifton in 1573. He d. soon after, leaving an only
son, Francis, heir to Clifton. This property continued in the
family of Lowe for several generations, until James Lowe,
Esq., who s. 1637, to the estate of his father, Reynes Lowe
^the second of that name), who m. the dau. of James Mayne,
Esq. of Bovington, Herts. This James in., and by his wife,
Elizabeth, had several children. He was obliged to sell his
manor and estate at Clifton, called Clifton-Reynes, in 1672, to
Sir Joseph Maynard, Serjeant-at-Law. The family of Lowe
afterwards became settled at Bidgemont, in co. Bedford.
Francis Lowe m. Elizabeth, or Frances, dau. of John Corrance,
Esq. of Parham, and sister of Clemence Corrance, Esq., M.P.
for Oxford, and d. June, 1754, having had issue,

I. John, who d,. unm.

I. Catharine, vi. 1747, William Lowndes, Esq., as already
stated, and was grandmother of William Frances Lowndes-
Stone, Esq. of Brightwell.

II. Anne, m. Thomas Potter, Esq., and had two daus., who
d. unm.

Anas — Quarterly: 1st and 4th arg, three cinquefoils sa., a
chief ol the second, for Stone ; 2nd and 3rd fretty arg. and sa.,
on a canton gu. a leopard's head erased or, wreathed vert, for
Lowndes. Crests— 1st, Out of a ducal coronet or, a griffin's
head crm., for Stone ; 2ud, A leopaid's head erased or, with a
chaplet vert, for Lowndes. Motto — Mediocria finna.

i'ea(;s— Langdon House, Dawlish, Devon ; Brightwell Park,
Tetsworth ; and Anningley Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey.

Ctubs— Carlton and Guards'.



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STONE OF ERDINGTON.

Stone, Sie John Benjamin, Knt., F.L.S.,
F.G-.S., F.R.G-.S., of Erdington, co. Warwick, J.P.,
five times Major of Sutton-Coldfield, h. 9 Feb.
1838 ; m. 5 June, 18G7, Jane, dau. (by his wife
Christiana Mattock) of Peter Parker, Esq. of
Lothersdale, co. York, and has issue,

I. Barron Wilfrid, h. 10 Aug. 1869.

II. Norman Benjamin, 6. 13 Oct. 1871.

III. Oscar Harold, b. 7 Dec. 1872.

IV. Roland Parker, b. 18 June, 1376.

I. Ethel Mary, b. 14 June, 1868; m. Eobert H. Holden, son
of Alderman E. T. Holden, ex-Mayor of Walsall.

II. Dora Christine, b. 8 Aug. 1870.

liineag'e — Joseph Stone, Esq., d. II June, 1834, leaving
by his wife Miranda Hatton (who d. 28 Sept. 1824), a son,

Benjamin Stone, Esq., who m. 13 March, 183G, Rebecca,
dau. of Eichard Matthews, of Cookley, co. Worcester, and had
issue,

John Benjamin, now of Erdington.

James Henrj-, J. P. for Borough of Birmingham, vi.. and has

issue.
Eebecca Hannah, ra. Joseph Wainwright, Esq., J.P., and has

issue.
Clara Louisa, ra. Frederick Knight, Esq. of Whateley HaU, co.

Warwick.

Mr. Stone d. 25 Feb. 1882.

Arms — Vert, on a fesse raguly between in chief two doves and
in base a rose arg. barbed and seeded ppr., a cross couped sa.
Crest — An eagle, wings displayed, supporting with the dexter
claw a wing ppr., and charged on the wing with a cross as in
the arras. Motto— SeeVi and find.

iSeais— The Grange, Erdington.



STONE late OF LEA PARK.

Stone, William Heney, Esq. of Witley,
Surrey, J.P., D.L., and J.P. for Hants, M.A. Trin.
Coll. Camb., Patron of three livings, M.P. for
Portsmouth 1865-74, I. 1834 ; m. 1864, Mehcent,
2nd dau. of the late Sir Arthur Helps, K.C.B., and
has issue,

Arthur William, 6. 1866.
Melicent.

liineag'e. — Thomas Stone, Esq. of Framfield, Sussex,
had issue, by Elizabeth, his wife, a dau. Elizabeth, and a
son,

Nicholas Stone, living at the Herald's Visitation of Sussex,
1634; purchased the great tythes of Framfield in 1614; m.
Isabella, dau. of Barnaby Hodgson, of Framfield, and had
issue,

Nicholas, bapt. 8 Nov. 1G21 ; d. 1635.

William, of whom presently.

Thomas, bapt. at Framfield 1626 ; bur. there 1052.

Maria, bapt. 1630.
The 2nd son,

William Stone, bapt. March, 1623 : d. Sept. 1CC5. By his
wife Mary, he had issue,

William, of whom presently.

Nicholas, bapt. 1652; lived at Lewes in 1727.

Thomas, bapt. 1657. Isabella, bapt. 1646.

The eldest son,

William Stone, bapt. Feb. 1649 ; m. 1672, Margaret Aston,
and d. Nov. 1717, having by her (who d. 1710) had issue,

William, of whom presently.

David, bapt. 1676 ; lived at a place now called Broroness
Green.

Thomas, bapt. 19 May, 1679.

Mary, bapt. 1676. Martha, bapt. 7 Oct. 1681.

The eldest son,

William Stone, bapt. 1673; in. 1696, Mary Everest, and (Z.
1744, having by her (who d. 1745, aged 66) had issue,

1 William. 2 Nicholas, m. Catherine Everest.

^ Thomas. 4 David.

-5 John, of whom presently.

i Mary, m. J. Noakes. 2 Elizabeth.

3 Hannah. 4 Martha, m. Rush Day.

5 Sarah, m. T. Arkcott. 6 Anne.

The youngest son,

.loHN Stone, of Hellingly, 6. 1743; m. Mary Wheeler (b.
1743 ; d. 1772), and d. 1760, having by her had issue,

Thomas, of whcm presently.

Sarah, m. 1st, \S . Kosam ; 2ndly, H. Baker, and had issue.



Eliza, m. I. B. Hayley, and had twelve children ; Catherine,

Mary, b. 1754 ; d. 1774. Ann, 6. 1757 ; d. 1775

Martha.

The son,

Thomas Stone, 6. 1752; m. about 1760, Elizabeth Needriff,
by whom he had issue,

1 Pelham, 6. 1760. 2 John, h. 1782.

3 Thomas, m. 1825, Ann Eugg, and d. 1833, leaving issue,
Henry, m. 1st, Charlotte Curling, 2ndly, Sarah Butt, and
had, with other issue, Helen, who m. Walter Grieve, and
had issue ; Ann, n. I. I. Day, and had issue; Eliza.

4 George, m. 1823, Mary Studholme, and had issue, Thomas,
771. Julia Peek, and had issue ; John, 7)i. Fanny Hoof, and
had issue ; George ; Pelham ; Mary, m. Dr. Jones, and had
issue.

5 William, of whom presently.

1 Catharine, b. 1775.

2 Catharine, m. 1817, Fred. Smith, and had issue.

3 Elizabeth, 6. 1796 ; d. 1813.
The youngest son,

William Stone, Esq. of Dulwieh, 6. 1792; to. 1828, Mary,
dau. of Thomas Piatt, Esq. of Hampstead, and by her (who d.
1836) had issue,

Thomas Piatt, d. 1851.

William Henbt, now of Lea Park.

Jane Martha, m. Eev. Thomas Hayley, and has issue.

Sarah, m. Rev. Edward Hensley, and has issue.
Mr. Stone d. in 1857.

Estate — Witley, Surrey.

«u6j— Reform, Athenaeum, Devonshire, and United Univer-
sity.



"WARRY-STONE OF BADBURY*

Waeey-Stone, William John Ellis Waeet,
Esq. of Badbury, Wilts, b. 29 Nov. 1860 ; educated
at Eton and Magdalen Coll. Oxford, B.A. 1883,
M.A. 1886.

Xilneagre. — John Stone, cf the parish of St. Blary Savoy,
6. 1595; TO. twice. By his 2nd wife, Mary, dau. of — Evans
(marriage licence dated 22 Dec. 1640), who was 6. 1616, and
d. 1698, he had two sons, John and Robert. He d., and was
buried in the churchyard of St. Mary Savoy, 18 Aug. 1663.
His elder son,

John Stone, of New Inn and Putney, Gent., b. 1645, had
issue by his wife, Elizabeth,

James Stone, Esq. of Badbury Manor, Wilts, LL.D., m. 20
July, 1718, Jane, dau. and co-heir of Philip Hawkins, Esq. of
Pennans, co. Cornwall (set: Hawkins of Trewithan, and
Carlton of Tregrehan), and had issue, John, his heir, and
Elizabeth, m. 1742, John Talbot, Esq. of Lacock Abbey, co.
Wilts. He d. 1743, and was s. by his son,

John Stone, Esq. of Badbury Manor and Ivey House, co.
Wilts, and Goldwell Hall, co. Berks, vi. 7 Feb. 1742, Ann, dau.
of Henry Read, Esq. of Crowood, co. Wilts {see Goddabd of
Ch/ffe), and had issue,

I. James, bapt. 12 Dec. 1743 : d. young.

II. John, bapt. 25 March, 1748, his heir.

III. Robert, J. P., of Effra House, co. Surrey, h. 29 Jan. 1749 ;
m. 17 March, 1804, Mary Ann, dau. of William Still, Esq.
of Brixton, and d. 9 June, 1820, having had, besides six
daus., two sons, Robert, d. young, 1812, and

Robert Nathaniel, J.P., of 21, Grosvenor Place, Bath, b. 22
Oct. 1813; m. 13 Feb. 1841, Cecilia, dau. of Thos. Gullet
Smith, Esq., and had surviving issue,

1 Robert Sidney, of the Inner Temple, late H.M. Colonial
C.S., 6. 1841.

2 Edward Herbert, Mem. Inst. C.E., Deputy Consulting
Engineer to the Government of India for State Rail-
ways, b. 1848; m. 23 July, lSSr>, Alethe Catharine Joan,
dau. of Capt. Richard Morgan Hall. 13th Light Infantry,
and has issue, Burnett Sidney, b. 1886 ; Harold Ramsay
Hawkins, b. 1890 ; Alethe Maud, 6. 1888.

3 Francis Gleadowe, Capt., Brigade Major R.A., 6.
1857; m. 31 Dec. 1884. Celine Euphemia, youngest
dau. of Peter Lawrence Graham Clotte, of Great
Westerford, Cape of Good Hope, and has issue, Eobert
Graham William Hawkins, b. 16 Jan. 1890.

1 Cecilia Ann, b. 1850.

2 Catherine Harriet, b. 1854.

He d. 9 Sept. 1879, and was bur. in St. Saviour's Church,
Bath.

IV. Henry, of Goldwell Hall, co. Berks, and 21, Kensington
Place, Bath, b. 1756 ; m. 30 Dec. 1778, Elizabeth, elder dau.
of Sir Edward Bayntun Eolt, Bart, of Spye Park (see Foster
of Ckwer Manor), and d. 1 June, 1843, having had a dau.
Mary, m. Daniel Johnstone, Esq., and three sons, Henry
and James, d. s. p., and



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Bayntun. Lieut. -Col. 58th Foot, b. 6 Feb. 1781 ; n. 1
Marctj, lb-1. Ann, dau. of .lohn Stone, Ksq. of Bad-
biiry Manor ami Lower Ui'liaiu, and U. 184G, leaving
issue,
J Henry, late 5th Dragoons, h. 1823 : m. 1850. Katherine
M:iry, dau. of Antliony George Wright Biildulph, Esq.
(at liiDnui.PH or' /h'.rton), and by her (who d. July,
IS;'-) had one ehild d. young.
2 John, late 8th Foot, of Lewsdon Lodge, co. Devon, 6.
lyin ; 771. ISOl, Sophia, dau. of Capt. Edmund Palmer,
li.N., C.IJ.
Mr. Stone d. 4 April, 1774, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Stone, Esq. of lUulbury Manor and Lower Upham, co.
Milts, and Startforth, co. York, m. Ann, dau. of John Bowman,
Esq., by whom he had

Joas. his heir.

.\nn, wlio ;/!. I Jeut.-Col. Bayntun Stone.
Mr Stone d. 16 .\pril, 1814, and was s. by his son,

John Stone, Esq. of Badbury Manor, Sydney House, Bath,
and Lower Upliain, Wilts, b. 1779; m. 1st. 1S15, Sophia, dau.
of Rev. Kemble Whatley, of Holtye House, Sus>ex, and had one
dau., (/. young. He m. 2ndly, May, 1831, Catherine Mavia,
dau. of John Barry, Esq. of Bath, and had issue.

I. Maria .\nn, d. unm. 2-') April, 1858.

II. CATUtRiNE, heir to her father.

Mr. Stone d. 27 Jan. 1858, and was s. by his dau. and sole
heir, Catherine, who m. 24 Jan. ISGO, William Warry, late
Major 34th Kegt. (&. 8 Jan. 1S26, d. 17 Aug. 1887, see Wakrt
oj i^liaptciclc). She d. 26 Jan. 1861, leaving an only son and
hjir,

■William John Ellis Warry-Stone, Esq., now of Badbury.

Jicsid<nct — 72, Elm Bark Gardens, S.W.



ETJTLER-STONEY OF PORTLAND PARK.

Butler -Stoxet, Walteu Ciiaeles, Esq. of
Portland Park, co. Tipperary, b. 23 Oct. 18-46 ; m.
1S72, Ellen Cattley, 3rd dau. of Rev. Charles
Xemble, Eector of Buth and Prebendary of Wells,
and has issue,

I. Thomas Bi^tleb, 6. 20 March, 1875.
ji. Charles Kemble, b. 13 Jan. 1877.

III. Bowes, b. 11 May, 1879.

IV. Richard Brooke, 6. 2 May, 1S87.
1. Ellen Cattley, b. 6 March, 1891.

Xiineage. — Richard Falkiner Stonet, Esq. of Portland,
3rd son of Thomas Stoney, Esq. of Arran Hill (Deputy-Govcr-
norof CO. Tipperary ),byRuthhis wife, dau. of Richard Falkincr,
E?q. of Mount Falcon (ji'€ Stonet of Kyle Park-), m. 10 Feb.
1812, Jane, 2nd dau. of Jame« Butler, Esq. of Castlecrine, co.
Clare, and had issue,

I. Thomas Ettler, of Portland.

II. James Butler, of Ross-y-Vera, Newport, co. Mayo, J. P.,
b. 1814 ; 771. 1838, Mary, eldest dau. of Robert Elwood, Esq.
of Knockadoo, co. Roscommon, by Anna, eldest dau



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