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. of Rev.
Dr. Vesey, of Derrabard House, co. Tyrone, and has, wiih
other issue, 1 Robert Vesey, of Rosturk Castle, and Inash-
erkin, CO. Mayo, and of Knockadco, co. Roscommon, J. P.
and D.L. for co. Mayo, High Sheriff 1S84, and J. P. co. Ros-
common, b. 27 June, J811 ; m. 1 May, 1878, Emily Rose,
dau. of Charles Bligh, Esq. of Brittas, co. Meath.

III. Henry Butler, >Iajor 40th Uegt., b. 1816; m. Fanny, dau.
of Benjamin Wilson, Esq. of Sledagh, co. Wexlord, and has
issue, James Butler.

IV. George Butler,' Major-Gen., 6. 1818 ; m. Sarah, dau. of
Capt. Ormond, g6th Regt., and has issue, George Ormond,
Major King's Own Borderers, d. 1890.

Mr. Stoney d. 6 June, 1S30, and was .?. by his eldest son,

Thomas ErTLER-SroNET, Esq. of Portland Park, J. P. cos.
Tipperary and Galway, and High Sheriff of the former 1855, b.
22 March, 1813; m. 15 Nov. 1837, Sarah, eldest dau. and co-
heir of Robert Fannin, E»q., J.P., of Leeson Street, Dublin,
and liad issue,

I. Robert Fannin, Capt. 53rd Regt., 6. 30 Aug. 1838 ; d. s. p.

II. Richard Butler, Lieut. R. A., b. 30 Aug. 1839; d. 1861.

III. Thoma.s Bowes, b. 24 Sept. 1843 ; d. 1870.

IV. Walter Charles, now of Portland Park.

I. Mary Sarah, in. 24 July, 1861, John Charles Sheffield, Epq.
of Carradoyne, co. Mayo, late Capt. 21st Fusiliers, 3rd son
of Sir Robert Sheffield, 4th Bart, of Normanby Park, co.
Lincoln, and has issue.

II. Emma Sarah, m. 1870, Joseph John, eldest son of Rev.
Joseph Dunnington Jefferson, Canon of York, of Thicket
Pnory, Yorkshire.

III. Florence Kite, m. 1884, Robert Donald Douglas, only son
of Sir Donald Maclean.

Mr. Butlcr-Stoncy d. 10 March, 1893.

.•■■fat— Portland Park, Roscre.T, co. Tipperary.
Toicii JiesnltHce~n, Elm Park Gardens, S.W.
Ca(6— National, S.W.


Stoker, Anthoxt Morris, Esq. of Purley Park,
Berks, J. P., Governor of Christ's Ilospital, lato
Major Oxfordshire Militia, m. 15 Nov. 18(J0, Cicely
Barr, 6th dau. of Sir John Pollard Willoughby,
4th Bart, of Baldon Ilouse, co. Oxford, M.P. lor
Leominster, and ]\Ienibev of the Council of India,
by Eliza his wife, dau. of Gen. Kennedy, and lias

Leila Minna Gertrude, m. 15 Jan. 1889, George Fredericlc
Downing Fullerton, Esq., only surviving son of David
Fullerton, and grandson of George Downing Fullerton,
Esq. of Ballintoy Castle, co. Antrim, and Lockingtoa
Blanor, co. Gloucester, and has issue,

George Cecil Downing, b. 7 May, 1891.
Richard Alexia Downing, b. 12 Oct. 1893.
Ivy Leila, b. 4 Oct. 1889.

liineag'e. — Anthont Storer, Esq., 6. 1675, was the
younger son of Thomas Storer, Esq., who held the estate of
Thrussington, co. Leicester; m. Elizabeth Anna !\Iaria, dau.
of Col. Sir Christopher Morris (an Officer in the British army
at the conquest of Jamaica, who like most of the conquerors,
settled in that country), and d. 1719, leaving a son and heir,

Thomas Storeb, Esq. of Belleisle and Frome, Jamaica, and
Golden Square, London, b. 1717; m. Helen, dau. of Col.
Guthrie, and had issue,

I. Anthony Morris, his heir.

II. Thomas James, yn. Hon. Elizabeth Proby, dau. of John, Lord Carysfort. and sister of John Joshua, 1st Earl of
Carytfort, and had issue,

1 Frames, b. 1780 ; m. Rev. R. H. "Whitelock, M.A., Vicar
of Skillington, co. Lincoln, nephew of Dr. Hu'chins,
Rector of Lincoln College and Rector of Culworth, co.

2 Anthony Gilbert, heir to his uncle.

I. Elizabeth, tti. Thomas, son of Andrew Johnstone, Esq. cS
Anchovy Valley, Jamaica.

II. Helen, m. Colin Campbell, Esq. of Jamaica.
The eldest son,

Anthony Morris Storer, Esq., b. 1742, M.P., accompaniei
Lord Carlisle, 1799, on his commission to America. He wa.9
appointed Secretary of Legation to the French Court, 1783,
and was aftenvards appointed to fill the Office of Minister
Plenipotentiary at that Court. This gentleman purchased th&
estate of Purley, near Reading, Berks, and bequeathed a very
valuable and curious collection of books to the library of Eton
College. He d. 1799, and was .s. by his nephew,

Anthony Gilbert Storer, Esq. of Purley Park, 6. 1782 ; m.
18 Jan. IbC'O, Anne Katharine, dau. of Thomas Hill, Esq. oi
Salop, and (/. 1818, leaving issue,

Anthony ^Morris, now of Purley Park.
Fanny Elizabeth, (/. imm. 1848.
Annie Katharine, m. Col. C. R. Whitelock.
Charlotte, d. unm. 1831.

Margaret, m. Rev. W. Sellon, M.A., Rector of Langua ana
Kentchurch, co. Monmouth.

Arms — Per fesse gu. and arg., a pale counterchanged, three
cranes of the first, quartering or, a lion rampant reguardarjt
gu. holding in the paw a cross-crosslct of the last, for Morris.
Crest — A crane ppr. Motto— Duni spiro spero.

i:tal — Purley Park, near Reading.


TnE LATE James Story, Esq. of Ture, co. Cavan,
and Errington, co. Tyrone, M.A. Camb. and Dublin,
F.Z.S., F.B.S., late Capt. Cavan Militia, M.A.,
J.P. for COS. Cavan and Tyrone, High Sheriff of
the former co. 1860, Knt. Comm. of the Order of
Charles III. of Spain, I. 1828, and d. unm. 4 Eeb.
1894, and was s. by his only surviving sister, Sarah
Mary Anxe Story, and his nephew, Francis
CoRYNDON Caepentee Rowe, Esq., J.P. CO. Corn-
wall, son of the late Sir W. C. Rowe.

Lineage. — Right Rev. Joseph Story, Bishop of Kill.aloe,
1740, and ulterwards of Kilmore, 1742, was 6. 1679, atBin^field,
near Hexham, Northumberland, whence this family appears to





Lave gone over to Ireland. He m. 1st, Deborah Richardson,
and had by her two daus., Elizabeth and Katharine, m. John
Irvine, Esq. of Rockfield, co. Fermanagh, and 2ndly, Hannah,
dau. of Sir William Gore, 3rd Bart, of Manor Gore, and sister
to Sir Ralph Gore, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons,
and had issue, one son, Joseph, of Kilmore. Bishop Story was
Chaplain to the Irish House of Commons ; he d. 1757i and
was .1. by his son,

Ven. Joseph Stoet, Archdeacon of Kilmore, who settled in
the neishbourhood of Kilmore, and called his residence Bing-
field. He m. Frances Arabella Sneyd, of Lisnamandra, co.
Cavan, and had issue, eightsons and seven daus. Archdeacon
Story </. 1767 (his widow 180y), and was s. by his son.

Rev. Joseph Story, of Bingfield, co. Cavan, m. 1788, Sarah,
elau. of Robert Bogle Delap, Esq. of Kingston, Jamaica, and by
her (who d. 1795) had issue,

I. Joseph (Rev.), of Bingfield, 5. 23 April, 17S8; m. 1812.
Louisa, dau. of Sir Peter Rivers, Bart., and d. 1838, having
by her (who d. 1852) had issue,

1 Joseph, his heir, of Bingfield, co. Cavan, J.P. High
Sheriff cos. Cavan and Leitiim 1872, b. 1817; to. 1852,
Caroline Sophia Kenneth, dau. of Nevile Reid, Esq. of
Runnymede, Berks, by Hon. Caroline Kapier his wife,
dau. of Francis, 7th Lord Kapier, and d. 1875, leaving

I. Robert, now of Bingfield, Capt. (retired) King's Royal
Rifle Corps, b. Ib64; m. 1»79, Florence Mansfield,
eldest dau. of \V. Hanington Bush, Esq. of Clifton.

II. William Oswald, b. lS.o9.

III. Edward Joseph, b. 18G2.

IV. Arthur Nevile John, b. 1864.

V. Evelyn James, rf. 1866.

VI. Francis Napier, b. lUCiT.

1. Louisa Fanny. ii. Charlotte Eliza.

III. Florence Emily.

2 William Rivers, d. s. p. 1845.

1 Emilia Hemietta, m. 1850, Christopher Bagot Lane,

2 Ellen Martha Sarah.

3 Frances, to. 17 Oct. 1849, Sir Thomas Gibson Car-
niichael, 12th Bart, of Castle Craig, who d. s. p. 30 Dec.

4 Louisa Maria Elizabeth, to. 1855, George Luard, Esq. of
Blyborough Hall, co. Lincoln.

o Caroline Maria, in. Rev. De Courcy Meade.
6 Agnes Sarah, m. 1856, Lieut.-Col. John Bean, H.M.
Madras Engineers.

II. Samuel, d. s. p.

III. Robert William, Col. E.A., b. Dec. 1791 ; m. Sarah Ams-
worth, dau. of Col. Enery, of Ballyconnell, co. Cavan, and
had by her, one son, Robert John, who d. young.

IV. James Hamilton, of Kelagh Lodge, of whom presently.
1. Anna Victoria, to. 1809, Ricliard Purefoy Jervoise, Esq.

of Herriard House, Hants, Major 1st Royal Dragoons.
ji. F'rancis Matilda, to. 1st, 1808, Robert Saunderson, Esq.

of Drumkeen, co. Cavan, and 2nd]y, Henry Theophilus

Killbee, Esq.
III. Mary Anne, m. Rev. John Richardson, of Summerhill,

CO. Fermanagh.

Mr. Story d. Feb. ISIO, and was s. by his youngest son,

.Tames Hamilton Story, Esq. of Relagh Lodge, co. Tyrone,
J.P., High Sheriff 1822, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 10 April, 1793;
TO. IJune, 1826, Sarah Thorpe, only child of Henry Waymouth,
Esq. of Bryanston Square, and d. 1863, leaving by her (,who d.

I. James, of Ture, co. Cavan, and Errington, co. Tyrone.

I. Sarah Mary Anne.

II. Frances Elizabetli, m. Sir William Carpenter Eowe,
Chief Justice of Ceylon, and had a son, Francis Coryndon
Carpenter, s. liis»uncle.

Arms—Fer fesse arg. and sa., a pale counterchanged, three
storks ppr. Crest— A stork, with a viper in its mouth, all ppr.
Motto— b'\a, sed vera, " A story, but a true one."'

6'ef(<s— Eriington, Kilskery, co. Tyrone, and Ture, Belturbet,
•CO. Cavan.


Teent-Stoughton, Eose, of Owlpen, co. Glou-
■cester, Ballyhorgan, co. Kerry, and Gortigrenane,
CO. Cork, -widow of Thomas Anthony Stoughton,
Esq. of Owlpen, &c., m. 2ndly, Jan. 1889, Col.
Harrison Walke John Trent, of Saltwood, co. Kent
(b. 1830, eldest son of Francis Onslow Trent, Esq.,
and formerly Col. 68th Durham Light Infantry,
and Inspector-General of Musketry), who there-
upon assumed the additional surname and arms of
SiOTJGHTON, by royal licence dated 1 March 1889.

Lineage of Daunt of Owlpen and Gortigrenane.—SeyeraX
writers on heraldry identify the name of Daunt with that of
Dauntre, which occurs on the roll of Battle Abbey. Glover
and others assign to Daunt of Gloucester the arms which
Gwillim assigns to Dauntre, viz., sa., three beacons with lad-
ders or, the flames ppr. These arms are also appropriated to
Daunt of Gloucester, in a very ancient MS. in Ulster's office.
Simon Daunt, living in co. Gloucester circa 1380, was s. at his
decease by his eldest son,

Nicholas Daunt, who m. Alice, dau. of Sir John de Tracy,
Knt. of Sudeley and Toddington, co. Gloucester, ancestor of
Lord Sudeley of Toddington, and by her had a son,

Nicholas Daunt, who was living in 1446. He m. Alice, dau.
and CO heiress of Sir Walter Jordan, Knt. of Kamine, co.
Dorset, by whom he had issue, Nicholas and John. Of Nicholas
we have no further record ; the second son,

John Daunt, to. Anne, dau. of Sir Robert Stawell, Knt. of
Cotherston, Somerset, ancestor of the Lords Stawell of Somer-
ton. Having espoused the Lancastrian side in the wars of the
Roses, he was called on by Prin;e Edward, son of King Henry
VI., and Margaret of Anjou, to aid the House of Lancaster in
resisting Edward IV. The following is a copy of the Prince's
letter to John Daunt: —

"Trusty and well-beloved, Wee greet yowe well; acquaint
yowe that this day wee be arrived at Waymoth in safety,
blessed be our Lorde, and at our landing wee have knowledge
that the King's great rebell Edward, Earl of March, ap-
proacheth in armes towards the King's highness ; which
Edward wee propose, with God's grace, to encounter with all
haste possible. Wherefore wee hartely pray yowe, and in the
King's name charge yowe, that yowe incontinent after the
sighte hereof, come to us wheresoever wee be, with all such
felloship as yowe can make in your most defensible aray, as
our trust is that yowe will do.

" Written at Waymoth aforesaid, the xiii day of April,
" Bloreover wee will that yowe charge the Bayliffe of mer
run Ptdon to make all the people there come in their besto
aray to us, in all haste, and that the said Bayliffe bring with
him the rent for our Lady Day last past, and hee nor the
tenants fayle not, as hee intends to have our favour.

"To our trusty and well-beloved John Daunt."
The eldest son and heir,

John Daujjt, to. Margery, dau. and sole heiress of Robert
Owlpen, Lord of the Manor of Owlpen, co. Gloucester, and
became possessed of that manor in right of his wife, by whom
he had I. Christopher; ii. John; ui. George; iv. Robert;
v. William ; i. Jane ; and ii. Alice. He d. 1522, and was s. by
his eldest son,

Christopher Daunt, of Owlpen, who m. Anne, dau. of
Giles Basset, Esq. of Yewley, co. Gloucester, by whom he had
issue, I. Thomas; ii. William; m. Giles; and i. Alice, ?».
John Rogers, gent. He was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Daunt, of Owlpen, who m. Alice, dau. of William
Throckmorton, Esq. of Tortworth, co. Gloucester, and aunt of
Sir William Throckmorton, Bart., by whom he had

I. Henry, his heir, m. a dau. of Giles Hussey, Esq. of Mot-
combe, CO. Somerset, and d. without male issue.

II. Tho.mas, heir to his brother. m. Giles.

IV. William, ancestor of Daunt of Tracton Abbey [see that

I. Elizabeth, to. Christopher Kingscote, Esq. of Kingscote,
CO. Gloucester.

II. Mary, to. Robert Thome, Esq. co. Somerset.

III. Joyce, TO. Humphrey Thorne, Esq.

Mr. Daunt d. 29 Nov. 1574, and was s. by his son, Henry.
Owlpen, on the death of Henry, passed to the 2nd brother,

Thomas Daunt, who was Lord of the Manor of Owlpen in
1C03. He acquired the lands of Tracton Abbey, co. Cork, by
lease, and purchased the estate of Gortigrenane, in the same
CO. in Sept. 1595, from Sir Warham St. Leger. He m. Mary,
dau. of Bryan Jones, of Glamorgan, who d. in 1631 ; by her
he had issue,

I. Thomas.

1. Margaret, m. Barachias Baker, Esq. of Carrigrohane
Castle, CO. Cork.

Mr. Daunt d. 1620, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Daunt, of Owlpen and Gortigrenane, m. Cathe-
rine, dau. of John Clayton, Esq. of Chester, by whom he had

I. Thomas, m. Eliza, dau. of Sir Gabriel Lowe, Knt. of
Newark, but left no male issue.

II. Achilles, who s. to Owlpen, but d. unm.

III. John, who d. a minor. iv. Geokgb

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I. Frances. ,ii. Henn-Tyro, Esq. of Ilardwlck, co. Gloucester.

II. Catherine, iw. SiV I'cter CourtUope, Knt. of Coiirtstown,
il.F. for the city of Cork in ICCl.

Mr. Daunt d. in 1G70, and \vas .<. in Gortigrenane, hy his 4tli

Geokge Dacnt, of Xohoval and Gortigrenanc, co. Cork.
He 111. Martha, dan. of Major Turner, of Baudonbridge, co.
Cork, by whom he liad issue,

I, Thomas.

II. Henry, of Knccknamana, co. Cork (see that faunhf).

Mr. Daunt <?. in 1697, and was >«. by his eldest son,

Thomas Daunt, of Owlpen and Gortigrenane, m. in 1607,
Elizabeth, dan. of the Rev. George Synge, and granddau. of
the Kight Hon. and liight Rev. George Synge, alias Milling-
ton, Lord Bishop of Cloyne, Privy Councillor, &c. By her
lie had issue, i. Thomas, and ii Achilles, twins, besides
other issue. He d. in 1745, and was s. 1st, by his eldest son,
Thomas; failing whom, without issue, the representation de-
volved upon the second twin,

Achilles Daunt, of Owlpen and Gortigrenane, m. 1742, his
cousin Anne, dau. of Henry Daunt, Esq. of Knocknamana, by
whom he was father of

Thomas Daunt, of Onlpcn and Gortigrenane, 6. 1755; m.
Mary, dau. of George Baker, Esq. of Cork; and dying without
male issue 1S03, his estates devolved on his dau. and solo
heiress. Mart Daunt, m. 1S15, Tho.mas Anthony Stoughton,
Esq. of Ballyhorgan, co. Kerry.

Lineage of Stoughton nf Stour;hton.— A younger son of
tlie ancient English family of Stoughton of Stoughton, settled
in Ireland, and founded the tiourishiug branch stiU resident

Anthony Stoughton, Esq. of Rattoo, co. Kerry, Clerk of the
Court of Castle-Chamber, living 1624, m. HonoraO'Brien, sister
of Murrough, 1st Earl of Inehiquin, and nad (with four daus.,
Margaret, m. 1st, William Sandcs, Esq. of Carrigafoile, and
2ntUy, Edward Payne, Esq. ; Elizabeth, to. Col. Roger Moore, of
Johnstown; Ellen, la. Thomas Blennerhassett, Esq.; and the
4th, m. Mr. Harding of Cork) two sons, the younger, William,
d. unra., and the elder,

Henry Stoughton, Esq. of Rattoo, »i. 1st, Mary, 2nd dau.
of John Ponsonby, Esq. of Crotto, and had by her an only
dau. Honora, m. Edward Shewell, Esq. of Ardfert. He in.
2ndly, Sarah, dau. of Sir Thomas Crosbie, and had two sons,
Anthony, his heir, and Thomas, m. Dorothy, dau. of Rev.
Archdeacon Bland, and had issue. The elder soh,

Anthony Stoughton, Epq. of Rattoo, m. Sarah Lloyd, niece
of Judge Rose, and had (witli a dau. Sarah, m. George Bate-
man, Esq. of Dromultin, co. Kerry) a son,

Anthony Stoughton, Esq. of Rattoo, in. 1748, Elizabeth,
dau. of Rowland Bateman, Esq. of Killeene, by Elizabeth his
v.ife, dau. andco-heirof Nicholas Colthurst, Esq. of Ballyhally,
CO. Cork, and had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

Anthony (Rev.), d. v.nm.

Sarah, m. 1765, William Townsend Gun, Esq., and had issue,
Penelope, m. Maynard Denny, Esq.

The eldest son,

Thomas Stoughton, Esq. of Ballyhorgan, m. Jane, dau. of
Thomas Lewis, Esq. of St. Pierre, co. Monmouth, and widow
of John Hanbury, Esq. of Ponfypool, and had issue, Thomas
Anthony, of Ballyhorgan; William; Charlotte Elizabeth, m.
Sir Charles Ibbetson, Bart. ; and Caroline, la. 1st, Col. Dick-
son, and 2ndly, Sir Thomas Pelham Hayes, Bart. The son
and heir,

Thomas Anthon-y SToncHTON, Esq. of Owlpen, co. Glouces-
ter, Ballyhorgan, co. Kerry, and Gortigrenane, co. Cork, m.
July, 1815, Mary, dau. and sole heiress {as above) of Thomas
Daunt, Esq. of Owlpen and Gortigrenane, and by her (who d.
8 Dec. 1867) had issue,

Thomas Anthony, his heir.

Charles William, of Ballynoe, co. Kerry, J. P. and D.L., m.
1864, Percy Geoigina Laura, 2nd dau, of George Bagot
Gosset, Esq., 4th Dragoon Guards, A.D.C., andrf. 7 Oct. 18B9,

1 Charles Cecil Percy, late Capt. 14th Hussars, 6. 21 Dec.
1856 ; m. 1890, Alice Eleanor, dau. of John Kirkpatrick,
Esq. of Monk's Horton, Kent,

2 Herbert Lionel, 6. 1859.

3 William Anthony, 6. 1862.

1 Kuatrice Mary, m. 1891, T, M. Jones Tailby, Capt. 11th
Hussars, and has issue.

2 Maud Edith, d. 24 Sept. 1883.

3 Helen Percy, -/,i. 1889, F. Bulkeley Johnson, Esq., Bar-
rister-at-Law, and has issue,

4 Wilhelmine Rose,
Mary, d. young.

Mr. Stoughton <7. 8 Jan, 1862, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Anthony Stoughton, Esq. of Owlpen, co, Glonees-
ter, Ballyhorgan, CO, Kerry, and Gortigrenane, co, Cork, J. P.
and D.L., High Sheriff co. Gloucester 1873, b. 18 Feb. 1818;
m,23 Oct. 1862, Rose, youngest dau. of William Plunkett, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, and d. s. p. 2 Dec. 1885, when the estates de-
volved on his widow for her life.

.^j'lHs— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Stoughton, az. a
engrailed erm.. in the dexter canton a mullet or, and the cross-
(barged (for distinction) with a cross-crosslet in chief of the
field ; 2nd and 3rd, Trent, per sallire arg. and gu. two swoids
in saltire ppr. pommels and hilts or, between three crowns
vallery, one in chief of the second, and two in fesse or, and in
base a rose, also of the second, barbed and seeded ppr. Crest.'i
— Stoughton, A robin-redbreast ppr. charged (for distinction)
with a cross-crosslet az. ; Trent, a crescent or, between two
roses as in the arms.

Seats — Ballyhorgan, Lixnaw, co. Kerry ; Owlpen, Dursley,
CO. Gloucester ; and Gortigrenane, co. Cork.


Steacet-Clitherow, Edwaed John, Esq. of
Boston House, Middlesex, and Hotliani Hall, co.
York, J. P. for Middlesex, Norfolk, and Gloucester,,
late Lieut.-Col. Scots Gruards, b. 4 June, 1820 ; m.
20 Aug. 1846, Harriot, dau. of Edward Majori-
banks, Esq. of Greenlands, near Henley - on -
Thames. Col. Stracey assumed by royal licence,
20 July, 1865, tlie additional surname and arms of
Clitiieeow, in compliance with the testamentary
injunction of James Clitherow, Esq. of Bostoa

Liineag-e. — Sib Christophek Clitherotv, Knt,, Sheriff of
London 1G25, Lord Major 1635, and M. P. for London 3 Car. I.,
111. 1st, Catherine, dau. of Thomas Rowland, Esq. of London,
and by her (who d. 15 April, 1606) had issue. He ia. 2ndly,
Mary, dau. of Sir Thomas Cambell, Lord Mayor of London
1609-10, and d. 11 Nov. 1642, having had issue by her,

Christopher, h. April, 1612 ; d. June, 1654, leaving, Ijy Jane
Trollope his wife, two sons, Thomas and Christopher, both
of whom d. s. j),

James, of whom we treat,

Anfliony, b. 1621; d. unm. 1652,

.John, d. vniii. 1689.

Mary, m.. Sir Thomas Trollope, 1st Bart, of Casewick.

Judith, III. W. Cory, Esq.

Rachel, m. Right Rev. William Paule, Bishop of Oxford.

Biiilget, d. unm.

The 2nd son,

James Clitherow, Esq, of Boston House, Brentford, h. 29
June, 1618; iii. 1st, Jane, dau. of John Hawtrey, Esq. of
Ruislip, Middlesex, and by her (who d. 2 March, 1058) had a
son, James, of Hayes, of Middlesex, d. unra. 1702, and a dau.
Jane, m. John Jenyns, Esq., M.F. for co. Cambridge, who d.
1716. He m. 2ndly, 1661, Mary Gregory, and by her (who (/.
14 Sept. 1662) had a dau, Mary, d. an infant. He m. 3rdly,
Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Thomas Barker, Esq. of Chiswick,
Middlesex, and d. 25 Nov, 1802, having had by this last-named
lady, who survived him (besides a dau. Elizabeth, m. Barnliam
Powell, of Wearton, Kent), one son,

Christopher Clitherow, Esq. of Boston House, h. June,
1666; m. 6 May, IC89, Rachel, dau. of James Paule, Esq. of
Bray wick, Berks, and by her (who rf, 23 Oct, 1714) had besides
seven sons and five daus., all of whom d. unm., two other sons
and one dau,, James, his successor; Nathaniel, of London,
Merchant, b. 1703, m. Sarah Colston, and d. 1754, having had
issue; and Martha, m. Richard Eyre, Esq. of Colesford, co.
Oxford, and d. s. p. 1772. Mr. Clitherow d. 20 Aug. 1727. His
eldest surviving son,

James Clitherow, Esq. of Boston, b. 1694 ; //(. 1731, Plii-

lippa, eldest dau. and co-heir of Leonard Gale, Esq, of Crabbet,

Sussex, by Sarah his wife, sole dau. and heir of Ricliaiil

Knight, Esq. of Cowden, Kent, and by her (who d. 14 Jan.

1766) had issue,

James, LL.D., nf Boston House, b. 24 Oct. 1731 ; in. 28 Jan.

1757, Anne, dau. and co-heir of Reginald Kemeys, Esq. of

Persholly, co. Monmouth, and by her (who d. 25 Dec. 1801>

had issue.

Christopher, of Bird's Place, Essenden, Herts, h. 1 Sept.
1743; m. 4 May, 1776, Anne, only surviving dau. and heir
of Gilbert Joddrell, Esq., by Anne, his 2nd wife, dau. and
coheir of Sanmel Vandei-plank, of London, Merchant, and
d. 12 Dec. 1807, having had issue,

1 Robert, Capt. 1st Foot Guards, 6. 7 Dec. 1780.

2 John, Capt. 3rd Foot Guards, b. 13 Dec, 1782.





3 James, H.E.I.C S., Lieut, in the navy, 6. 20 June,
17sG ; d. on board H.M.S. " Ai'RO," off Jamaica, 29 March,

4 VViliam Henry, Capt. 3rd Font Guards, 6. 31 March,
1788 ; killed neai- St. Palais, in France, 15 Feb. 1814.

1 Anna Sophia.

2 Hannah, d. an infant.

3 Sarah.

4 Emma Elizabeth, of whom presently.

His granddau.,

Emma Elizabeth Clitherow, m. 3 Aug. 1819, John Stracey,
Esq. of Sprowston, Norfolk, 4th son of Sir Edward Stracey,
1st Bart, of liackhcath, and d. 10 March, 18G3, leaving issue,

I. Edwaed John StracetClitherow, now of Boston House.

II. William James Stracey (Kev.), M.A., Vicar of Buxton,
and Itector of Oxnead, Norfolk, b. 8 Aug. IS'Jl : m. 8 Aug.
18i9, Maria Diana, eldest dau. of Lieut-. Gen. Janifs
Claude Bourchier, of Levant House, Chichester, and has

1 John Bourchier, 6. 31 May, 1853, Capt. Scots Guards.

2 Claude Edward, 6. 29 March, 1855, Capt. Scots Guards.

3 Eustace William Clitherow, late Lieut. K.N., h. 29
March, 1864.

1 EmiDa Maria, m. 8 April, 1875, Lieut. -Col. Birch
Seynardson, Grenadier Guards, of Holywell Hall, co.

2 Alice Haniott Argyll, ni. 17 Dec. 1872, Henry James, 1st
Lord Hothfield.

3 Evelyn, in. 14 Aug. 1879, Hon. Arthur Chichester, only
son ot 2nd Lord Templemore, and d. 1883.

4 Margaret Susan, m. 25 April, 1889, Charles Somerville
Orde, Esq. cf Hopton House, Suffolk (see that jamUy).

5 Ida Marion.

I. Emma Anne, m. 1845, Eustace Arkwright, Esq., who d.
15 Sept. 1846, leaving an only child, Eustacie Emma Mili-
cent, m. Col. George Morland Hutton, C.B., of Gate Burton
(ite that family).

Jrms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., on a chevron gu., be-
tween three eagles displayed, wings inverted sa., five annulets
or, for Clitherow; 2nd and 3rd erm., on across engrailed,
between four tagles displayed gu., live cinquefoils or, for
Stracey. Crexts — 1st, Clitherow, Out of a tower or, a demi-
lion rampant sa. ; 2nd, Stracey, A lion rampant erminois,
ducally crowned, and supporting a cross pattee liichee gu.
Seats — Boston House, Brentford, and Uotham Hall, Beverley.





LODEE, Esq. of St. Donafc's Castle, co. Glamorgan,
J.P. and D.L., b. 20 April, 1854 ; m. March, 1S80,

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