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dau. of R. C. Rowe, Esq. of St. Austell,
Cornwall, and has issue,

Gilbert Stkadling, 6. 1881.
Nigel St. John, b. 1883.

Mr. Stradling-Carne, who s. his father in 1890, is
representative of the family of Stradling, of St.
Donat's Castle, through Jane Stradling, sister of
the last Bart., who m. Sir J'homas Carne (see
Bueke's Extinct Baronetage).

riineage — This is a very ancient family, descended
from Ynyr, King of Gwent. Its representative, 9 Henry VIII.,

Howell Cakne, of Nash, m. Cecil, dau. and heir of William
Kenicys, of Newport, and had, with younger children,
Eichaud, of Nash, of whom hereafter; and Edward (Sir),
Knt., ancestor of the distinguished family of CA'&tiE of Ewennij.
The eldest son,

Richard Carne, Esq. of Nash, m. 1st, a dau. of EeesMansel,
Esq. of Oxwich, S.P. ; and 2ndly, Joan, dau. and heir of Jenkin
ap Edward Dalton or Dalden, Esq. of Penmark, by whom he
left, with three daus., two sons,

John, of Nash, Sheriff of Glamorgan in 1561 ; vi. Margaret,
dau. of Sir John Hagland, of Carnlloyd, in Lancarvan, by
Eleanor his wife, dau. of Sir AVilliam Courtenay, and has
seven d:ius. His widow ni. John Sheppard, Esq. of Aleston,
Wilts, and afterwards Richard Bassett, Esq. of Beaupre.

William, of whom we treat.
The 2nd son,

William Carne, Esq. of Nash (successor to his brother),
m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William Vann, Esq.of Marcross
and Llantwitt, by Catherine his wife, dau. of Sir George
Mathews, of Radyr, and was father of

Sir Edward Carne, Knt. of Nash, Receiver-General of
South Wales, and one of the four tellers of the Exchequer,
OT. Mary, dau. of Sir Edward Mansel, of Margam, by Lady
Jane his wife, dau. of Henry, Earl of Worcester, and left at
his decease a son and successor.

William Cakne, Esq. of Nash, who m. Jane, dau. and heir
of William Thomas, Esq. of Llanmihangel, by Eleanor his wife.
dau. of Sir John Carne, of Ewenny, and had, with other
children, a son and successor,

Thomas Carne, Esq. of Nash, Sheriff of Glamorgan 1690 ;.
m. 1652, Jane, dau. of Sir Edward Stradling, Bart, of St.
Donat's Castle, by Mary his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas Mansel,
of Margam, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Cakne, Esq. of Nash, who went to Ireland in his
father's lifetime, and d. there. He Hi. 1075, Catherine, dau.
and heir of William Basset, Esq. of Welsh St. Donat's, and
was father of

Edward Carn-e, Esq. of Nash, who m. Grace, dan. of
William Mathew, Esq. of Aberamon and Roose, Sheriff of
Glamorgan 1C93, descended from Sir David ap Mathew,
standard-bearer to Edward II., and dying 28 Jan. 1713, was s,
by his son,

John Carne, Esq. of Nash, and of Marcham, Berks, Sheriff
of Glamorganshire 1731, who m. 1728, Elizabeth, dau. ancl
co-heir of Charles Loder, Esq. of Hinton, Berks, and <had
John, his heir.

Edward, Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford, Rector of Marcross,
Incumbent of Holyhead, and Prebendary of Llandaff, d. at
Oxford, 2(5 Sept. 1787, aged 48.

Charles Loder, Capt. R.N., b. 25 Sept. 1742; m. Elizabeth.
Robinson, widow, dau of the Rev.Rees Davies, of Llanmaes^
and had two daus., Elizabeth, m. 28 April, IS'JO, to the
Kev. Robert Nicholl, M.A., of Dimlands; Eleanor, d. ttnm.
29 May, 1822.

Catherine, m. Rev. Richard Vaughan Norman, and d. s.p.
Eleanor, m. 1767, George Keineys, Esq. of isiewport, and
d. s. p. 1803.
Mary, ra. her cousin, the Rev. John Loder, of Hinton, Berks,,
and had one dau., m. the Rev. Robert Symouds, uf Here-

The eldest son,

The Rev. John Carne, of Nash, Rector of Plumptree,
Notts, and Prebendary of Llandaff, r,i. his cousin, Eleanor,,
dau. of Richard Carne, and d. at Nash, 1 Oct. 1873, leaving
an only dau. and heiress, Eleanor Carne, of Nash, who m,
1798, Thomas Markham, Esq. of Cheltenham, but d. s. p.
10 Oct. 1842, when the estates devolved, under the entail,

The Rev. Robert Carne, of Dimlands, in right of his wife
Elizabeth, of Nash Manor and St. Donat's Castle. This
gentleman, 6. 13 April, 1763, was son of Whitlock Nicholl, Esq.,
of The Ham, CO. Glamorgan, and assumed, together with hi.s
sons, by royal licence, 16 Dec. 1842, the surname of Carme ;
■m. 1st, 7 Aug. 1792, Mary, dau. of Daniel Woodward, Esq.,.
and niece of the Rev. Richard Huntley, of Boxwell Court,
CO. Gloucester, and by her (who d. 1 April, 1799) had one child,
who d. in infancy. He m. 2ndly, 29 April, 1800, Elizabeth.
dau. and heir of Capt. Charles Loder Carne, and eventuall\-
heiress to her imcle, Rev. John Carne, of Nash, and by her
had issue,

Robert Charles, late of Nash.

John Whitlock Stradling Carne, of St. Donat's Castle.

Emma Anne, 111. 8 Oct. 1833, Evan Wilkins, Esq. of Llant-
witt Major, and d. 23 Deo. 1879.

Anna Maria, m. 17 April, 18S6, Col. Robert K. Dawson, E.E.,.
one of the Tithe Commissioners for England and Wales,
She d. 27 Sept. 1837, leaving issue, Robert NichoU Dawson
Scott, R.E., and Ellen Jane.

Ellen Louisa, m. 1843, Rev. John Williams, Rector of Mar-
cross, d. in 1847, leaving Charles Carne, and Mary Frances,

Frances Susannah, d. unm. 24 April, 1839.

The eldest son,

Robert Charles Nicholl Carne, of Nash, J.P. andD.L.,.
Constable of the Castle of St. Quintin, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 27
April, 1806 ; m. 15 May, 1838, Sarah Jane, eldest dau. and
co-heir of the Rev. Nathaniel Poyntz, M.A., of Ah'escot House,
CO. Oxford, which lady cZ. 1S61. Mr. Nicholl Caruc d. s. p. 24
Nov. 1869, and was«. by his brother,

John W^hitlock Stradling-Carne, Esq. of St. Dcnat'.«
Castle, CO. Glamorgan, High Sheriff 1S74, D.C.L., F.S.A. anil
M.A., J.P. and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, Chairman of Cowbridge
Bench of Magistrates, and Chairman of the Taff Vale and
Cowbridge Railways, b. 16 April, 1817 ; to. 1st, 10 April, 1844,
Mary Jane (who d. 2 Sept. 1874) only ilau. of Peter Whitfield
Brancker, Esq. of Wavertree, Lancashire, by Elizabeth his
wife, dau. and heiress of John Houghton, Esq. of that place,,
and had issue,

I. Edward Stradling Nicholl, 6. 8 Sept. 1849; d. 1 July,

II. John Deverehx Vann Loder, now of St. Donat's.

III. Mansel Sydney Berkrolles Nicholl-Carne, of Nasb
Manor, co. Glamorgan, b. 19 Dec. 1863, tuok possession,,

6 n 2





on attaining majority, of the ent.nilcd estates of Nash

I. Elizalicth Mary, m. 6 Feb. ISGS, .Vdani Fettvplace, son
of the late John Blancly, Esij. ot Kini^stou House, co.

II. Grace JIansel, m. her 1st cousin, Major Scott, K.E.

III. lilanche Elinor, d. 15 July, 18o.i.

IV. Eva Loder Branckor, <.'. G Sept. i8u2.

V. Mabel GwladysSt. Maur.

VI. Bertha Gaui'age De Lacy, i;;. 1891, John Beginald llar-
greaves, Esq.

He m. •2nd\y, 13 Dec. 1S75, Mary Salusbury, dau. of John
Salusbury Crump, Esq. of Hampton, co. Hereford, and had

IV. Edward Salusbury Carne, who d. an infant, 7 Feb. 1877.

V. Caradoc St. Barbe, b. 25 June ISSl.
vit. Ella Damasyn, l>. June, ISSl.

Mr. StradlingCarne, who assumed in 1S77, the surname of
Stkadling-Caexe in lieu of that of NichoU-Carne, d. in

.■li-nts — Gu., a pelican on her nest with wings displayed or,
fee ing her young and vulnins herself ppr. Crest — A pi'iiean
disjilayi'd with two heads s.i. i.-suinj; from a ducal coronet ppr.
J/o'r ', >■— ."^bove the shield, " En toute lojale ; " under the ai ms,
" I'y ngob:dth sydd yn nuw."

6r ".<— Dinilauds, Cowbridge (where once stood the fortress
of Jestin ap Gwrgant, Lord of Glamorgan), and St. Donat's
Casile, both in co. Glamorgan.


Strakek, John Coppin, Esq. of Stagsliaw
House, Isortliumberland, J. P., Major Nortliiim-
berland Hussars, b. IG Dec. 1847; m. 2 Oct. 18S4;
Alice Whittiiigham, eldest dau. of Eev. James
Allgood, of 2v uuwick and Ingram, Northumberland,
and has issue,

I. John Allgood, b. 25 Aug. 18S8.

I. Kathleen Alice.

II. Helen. iii. Veda.

Liineag'e. — John Strakek, Esq. of Stagshaw House,
Korthumberland, J.P. and D.L. (youngest son of Joseph
Straker, Esq. of Benwell Old House, Newcastle, by Ann his
■wile, dau. of Henry Smith, Esq. of Loosing Hill, Durham), b.
Iblo ; Id. 4 Nov. 1846, Isabella, dau. of John Coppin, Esq., and
bad issue,

I. John Coppin, now of Stagshaw House.

II. Joseph Henry, D.L. co. Durham, High Sheriff 1891 ; 6.

III. Charles Edmun 1, m. 9 Jan. 1889, Annie Grace, dau. of
Gen. Hill, and has iisue, Edward Charles ; llil la Gertrude.

IV. Herbert, m. 8 April, lt-91, Gwendolin Georgiana, dau.
of Christopher Cradock, Esq. of Hartforth, llichniond, co.

V. Altred Hiissall.

VI. trederick.
I. JIarianne.

n. Isabella Mary, m. 23 Nov. 1SS2, C. A. P. Eeed, Esq., and

has issue, Percival and Sybil.
in. Annie Elizabeth, rn. 7 July, 1887, Edward Ellison, son of

Rev. John Eigge, of Stamfordham, Northumberland, and issue, Hubert John; William.

Ilr. Straker d. 4 April, 1884, and was s. by his eldest son, the
present John Coppin Steakeb, Esq. of Stagshaw House.

5«, ./.s_Ptagshaw House, near Corbridge-on-Tyne, and Tire
Leazes, Hexliam.

Swainston-Steangwatks, John, Esq. of Alne,
CO. York, J.P. and D.L., for North Hiding co. York,
b. 1836 ; m. IG Sept. 1868, Martha Elizabeth, only
surviving child of James Grolden Heap, Esq., Capt.
2nd Royal Cheshire Militia, of Dringhouses, co.
i'ork, late of Congleton, co. Chester, and has issue,

I. D'Akct Edwabd, J.P. N. rading Yorks, b. 1809.

II. Giles Edmund Nevile, 6. 1871.

III. James de la Hep, 6. 1872.

IV. John Philip Norman, b. 1874.

V. Robert Rollo, 6. 1883.

I. Florence May. ii. Muriel Cicely Valentine.

Iiineage. — Henry Stbangwish, of Strangwish Hall, Man-
che-ttr, was the common ancestor of the various families of
the name.

TnoMAs Steangwates, of Little Holtby, co. York, a direct
descendant of this ancient family, m. lOGl, Dorothy Hard-

castle, of Kirby-on-the-Hill, by whom (who d. 1678) he had
issue. Mr. Strangwayes d. 1712, and was s. by his eldest;

John Strangwates, of AVcll, co. York, m. Gratiana, dau.
of Thomas Preston, Esq. of Holtby-Magna (by Elizabeth his
wife, dau. and heir of D'Arey Conyers, Esq. of the same pUice),
by whom (who d. 1746) he had issue,
John, of Alne co. York, of whom presently.
Kicliard, of Well, co. York, b. 5 April, 17'l6; m. 19 April,
1742, Faith, dau. of Thomas Tophain, Esq. of Aysganh,
Wensleydale, and dying 1764, was s. by his only surviving
Richard Strangwayes, Esq. of Well, b. 24 Sept. 1749; m.
1st, Ellen, dau. of Jlr. Fryer, of Pickill, co. York, but
had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Catherine, dau. of Thomas
Purchas, Esq. of Spennithorne, by whom (who d. 1781)
he had surviving issue, Richard Purchas, of Well, and
Catherine, m. 1865, Thomas Prest, Esq. of Bedale. Mr.
Strangwayes m. 3rdly, his relative, Louisa, only dau.
of Thomas Strangwayes, Esq. of Barbara Wood, one of
the co-heirs, in right of her mother, to the barony of
Berners, and by her had issue, Thomas, Capt. in the
army; John, a Merchant of London, deceased; l'"dward,
of Ripon; D'Arey, of London; Francis, 65th Regt., d. at
Sural, in the East Indies; and Louisa, ?ii. William Mor-
ton, Esq. of Ripon, co. York. Mr. Strangwayes d. 1
Aug. 1828.
Thomas, of Barnham Wood, co. Hertford, m. 16 Dec. 1748,
Elizabeth Anne, only surviving issue and heir of Thomas
Holt, Esq. of Reading, co. Berks, grand-niece of Lord Cliief
Justice Holt, and first cousin to Mary, Countess of Had-
dington and Lady Head, of Langley Park, co. Berks, by
whom he had issue, Louisa, lu. her kinsman, Richard
Strangwayes, Esq. of Well.
Eliza'jeth, d. uimi.

Dorothy, m. J. Palmer, Esq. of Bedford Row, London.
The eldest son,

John Strangwates, Esq. of Alne, co. York, representative
of the ancient family of Strangwayes, 6. 13 March, 1708; m.
Frances, dau. and ultimately heir of Henry Baynes, Esq. of
Bool.ham, by whom (who d. 1777) he had an only child,

Frances Strangwayes, of Alne, m. Allan Swainston, M.D.,
of the City of York, and by him (who d. 1792) had issue,

John, d. unm. 1796.

F:dward, her heir.

F" ranees Margaret, d. imm. 1795.

Mary Elizabeth, m. Christopher Nevile, Capt. R.N. (2nd son

of Georce Nevile, Esq. of Thorney, Notts), and d. 1860.
Matilda Dorothea, d. unm. 1795.
Harriet Rachel, m. George Treacher, Esq., 2nd Life Guards,

only son of the Rev. Thomas Treacher, of Audley.

Mrs. Swainston d. 1799, and her eldest son, who assumed, on
attaining majority, the additional surname and arms of
Strangwayes, and was

Edward Swainston Strangwayes, Esq. of Alne, J.P. and
D.L., formerly Lieut. 1st Dragoons, and afterwards Major 4th
North York Militia, 6. 27 Oct. 1782 : vi. 1804, Eliza, dau. of
John Hanning, Esq. of White Lackington and DilUngton,
Somerset, and had issue,

Edward Swainston, his heir.

Matilda Elizabeth, d.ufim. 1822.

Frances Sophia, m. 1834, John Constantine Trent, Esq.,

Major Royal Horse Guards (Blue), eldest son of John Trent,

Esq. of Ovens Mount, Barbados, and of Dillington, llminster,

Harriet Amelia, to. 1834, Nash Vaughan Edwards Vaughan,

Esq. of Rhoola, co. Glamorgan.
Anna Maria Louisa, m. 1st, 1873, Admiral Oliver Jones,

who d. 1878, and 2ndly. 1880, I'rancis Palmer, Esq.
Isabella Caroline, m. 1847, Edward Rudston Read, late Capt.

9th Lancers, who d. 1884.

Mr. Swainston-Strangwayes d. 21 Dec. 1862, and was s. by
his eldest son,

Edward Swainston Strangwayes, Esq. of Alne, J.P. and
D.L., b. 9 June, 1808; hi. 12 July, 1833, Ann Su.sanna, dau.
of Henry Karne, Esq. of London, and by her (who d. 1840)

Edward Swainston, d. unm. 26 Sept. 1860.
JoDN, now of Alne.

Mr. Swainston-Strangwayes d. 1877, and was s. by his only
surviving son.

.drills— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sa., two lions passant paly of
six arg. and gu., in the dexter chief a canton of the second,
for Strangwayes ; 2nd and 3rd, az., a fesse or, charged with
three maidens' heads veiled ppr., for Swainston. Crests— 1st,
A lion, as in the arms ; 2nd, Out of a ducal coronet or, a boar's
head sa., between two wings az., billette or, occasionally borne.
3/o»o— Ystoyeau et ne doubtero.

/S'eaf— Alne Hall, near Easingwold, CO. York.

Club — Constitutional.






Strangwats, The Hon. Eeney Bull Templee,
of Shapwick, co. Somerset, J. P., h. Dec. 1832; m.
ISGl, iMaria Cordelia, younger dau. of the late
H. K. Wigley, Esq.. South Australia (of an old
Leicester jliire familv), and has issue,

Conlelia Elizabeth Mary.
Sophia Geoi'gina.

Mr. Strangways was a member of the South Aus-
tralian Parliament, 1857 - 71, Commissioner of
Crown lands, Attorney- General, and Px-emier.

Xiineagre. — This family descends from Giles Strangwats,
Esq. of Charlton Adam, Somerset, who proved his pedigree in
the Visitation of 1623.

Henry Bull Strangwats, df Shapwick, J. P., Col.-Com-
mandant of the Polden Hill Local Jliiitia, m. 1807, Elisheba,
dau. of the late Harry Bewes, Esq. of Beaumont, Plymouth,
and d. 1829, leaving by her (who d. 1858) with other issue, a

HentitBull Stbangwats, Esq. of Shapwick, J. P., b. 1808;
m. 1s:jO, Sophia Jane, only dau. of the late Kev. George Henry
Templer, by his wife, Anna Maria, dau. of the late Thomas
Giaham, lisq. of Kinross, N.B. ; and by her (who was b. 1808 ;
and d. 18.'J9) had, with other issue, a son,

Henry Bdll Templer, now of Shapwick.
Mr. Strangways d. 1881.

Sea^— Shapwick, Somerset.


Steattox, John Locee, Esq. of Turwcston
House, Bucks, J.P. for Bucks and co. Nortliamp-
ton, h. 2 Jan. 1818; m. 1st, 5 June, 18f5, Mary
Scott, dau. of John Horrocks, Esq., and by her has
two daus.,

I. Edith Mary, m. 28 Oct. 1874, Sydney Hamilton Little, H.M.

Consul, Madrid, and has issue.
n. Laura Harriet, m. 29 July, 1869, Eev. G. G. Willes.

He m. 2ndly, 2 Oct. 1855, Mary, dau. of William
Willes, Esq. of Astropp, co. Northampton, and has
by her,

I. George Edmund, 6. 29 Dec. 1S61.

II. Charles John, 6. 27 June, lSi;7.

III. John WiUiam, 6. 31 Aug. 1875.

I. Margaret, m. 8 Jan. 1880, H. Tubb, Esq.

II. Julia. III. Eleanor Mary.

IV. Eveline, m. 6 Jan. 1891, S. K. Byass, Esq.

V. Alice Emily. vi. 31ary Ethel.
VII. I'lorence Amy. viii. Janet.

Liineag-e.— TuoMAS Stratton, of .Shrivenham, bur.
April, loS7, left issue by his wife Joan (who was bur. July,
1680), a son,

Thomas Stratton, of Shrivenham, whose son,

Thomas Stratton, of Shrivenham, was bur. Feb. 1655.
His son,

William Stratton, bapt. at Shrivenham, May, 1593 ; m.
Anne Locke (aunt to John Locke, the philosopher), and had
issue, William; John; Jane; Mary, m. JohnLloyde; Anne,
m. E. Higgins. The elder son,

William Stratton, of Bristol and Wrawall, d. 1695, having
by his wife, Elizabeth Chapman, had issue,

I. Peter, of whom presently.

II. William, of Beciiington Standenvick and Berkely, co.
Somerset, m. Mary Eajmond, of Warliborough and liinton,

I. Elizabeth, m. Joseph Wray.

II. Hannah, m. Thomas Bryan.

III. A dau., TO. her cousin, Peter Stratton.

IV. A dau., fit. — Fazell.

The elder son,

Peter Stratton, to. and had issue, John, of whom pre-
sently ; a dau. m. Thomas Lodge ; Phyllis, m. Charles Hopkins ;
Anne, m. — Dyer; Mary; Sarah, m. — Makay, of Bengal.
His only son,

John Stratton, was Chief Counsel at Vizapatam (1741),
and Sth Member of Council, Madras, 1742. He m. 1729, Mary
Houghton, and had issue,

I. George, of Tew Park, co. Oxford, m. Miss Light, and had

1 George Frederick, of Great Tew, Oxon, m. Miss Dewes,
but had no issue.

2 John, 7)!. Frances Maria, dau. of John Bower Jodrell,
Esq. of Henbury and Yeardsley, co. Chester, and d.
June, 1819, having by her ;who d. June, ISoO; had issue,

John Locke, now of Turweston.

Georgina Maria, to. 18 May, 1831, Sir WiUiam Curtis,

3rd Bart., who d. Nov. Ia70.
Han-iet Vittoiia, m. 14 Aug. 1832, Sir Michael Hicks-
Beach, Sth Bart., M.P., who d. 22 Nov. Isoi.
Emily Anne, m. 1838, Henry Barnett, Esq. of GI}-mptoa
Park, CO. Oxford {see Barnett of Gli/mpton).
Julia Elizabeth, to. Ist. Col. Wedderburn; 2ndly, 8Aug.
J 843, Thomas Tyrwhitt-Drake, Esq. of Shardeloes,
Bucks (see Tyrwhitt-Dbake of Shardeloes).
1 Wilhelmina Sarah, m. 3C Dec. 1809, Egerton Leigh, Esq.
of West Hall, High Leigh (see that j'ahdLy), andd.24Nov.

II. William, Member of Council, Madras, m. Mdlle. Bou-
chard (of the Montmorencie family), and d. (drowneu> 1775,
He had issue,

1 George, Member of Council, Madras, to. 1817, Anne,
dau. of Thomas Lewis, Esq., and d. Aug. 1853, having by
her (who </. June, 1883; had issue,

William, b. Jan. 1822; d. young.

George, sen Stratton o/ Wh'Aer

Jolin, b. Oct. 1829 ; d. uam. Aug. 18d8.

Jane b. July, 1818; m. l»46, Ht-ad Pottinger Best, Esq.

of Donnington, Newbury, Berks, and d. 1885, ha\ing

had issue.
Anne, 6. Feb. 1820; m. George Clotworthy Mauleverer

Gowan, Esq., and has issue.
Emmeline, 6. March, 1825 ; m. 1854, George Duprc Por-

cher, Esq.

2 Catherine, m. — Cherry.

3 Charlotte.

Anns — Arg., four bars embattled counter embattled sa., on
an inescutcheon gu. a crescent of the first. Crest— Xn ea^rle,
wings expanded, standing on a man's hand in a gauniict,.
couiied at the wrist, all ppr.

.SecU— Turweston House, Brackley.


Steattox, Geoege, Esq. of Wholer Lodge, co.
Leicester, J.P. for cos. Leicester and Nortliampton,
Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner Temple, 1864 ;
M.A. (St. John's Coll.) Oxon, b. 15 Feb. 1827 ; m.
Nov. 1853, Ellen, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col.
John William Fane, M.P. of Wormsley {see
Buree's Peerage, Westmoeland, E.), and grand-
dau. of Thomas, Sth Earl of Maccleslield, and bj
her has issue,

I. George Locke, 6. 28 Oct. 1855 ; m. 1378,
Davidge, and has issue,
Ellen Louise, 6. June, 1879.

I. Ellen Louisa, b. Sept. 1858.

II. Emmeline Anne Madeline, 6. Aug. 1860.
Hiineage. — See Stratton of Turweston.
-Seat— Wheler Lodge, Husband's Bosworth.

Sarah Elizabeth


Steeatfeild, Hexrt, Esq. of Chiddingstone,
Kent, Major Grenadier Guards, b. 4 Jan. 1857;
m. 15 Aug. 1885, Lady Florence Beatrice, eldest
dau. of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lichfield, and has

Henry Sidney John, 6. 30 April, 1886.

Ijineag'e. — Robert Stbeatfeild, of Chiddingstone, Kent,
6. 1514 ; m. the sister of Sir John Elvers, Knt., Lord Mayor of
London, and had two sons, i. Henry, liis heir ; ii. Eichard, of
Cansted, Chiddingstone, and of Chested, Penshurst, ancestor
of the Streatfeilds of Ddaware, of Otford, and of Walter's
Green. Eobert Streatfcild d. 1559, and was s. by his son,

Henry Streatfeild, of Chiddingstone, m. Alice, dau. of
Henry Moody, of London, and dying Dec. 1598, was s. by his
eldest son,

Eichard Streatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, bapt. 16 Oct.
1559; m. 15 Nov. 1583, Anne, dau. and co-heir of John
Fremlyn, of Ivemsing, and tiy her (who m. 2ndly, 1602, Williaui
Birsty, of Hever) had, with a dau. Margaret, three sons.
The eldest son,

Henry Streatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, bapt. 11 Dec.
1586; s. his father 18 Sept. 1601. He to. Snsan, dau. of





Christopher Lamb, and by her (who (f. 1C4S) had issue. 3Ir.
StreatiViUt d. 1647, and was .-'. by his eldest son,

IJiciiAKD Streatfkild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, bapt. 10
!Xov. IGll: 'ill. 17 Nov. 1(336, Anne, duu. and co-heir of
William Terry, Esq. of Wudliurst, and had six sons and two

I. IIknkt. his heir.

II. William, of Hever Castle, Kent, bapt. 12 Oct. 1645 ; to.
1675, Anne, dan. and co-heir of George Martin, of Lyghe,
.'iikI had, inter altos,

I Robert, of Hever Cistle, bapt. 26 Dee. 16S4 : to. 31 Dec.
1713, Barbara, dan. of liobert Strcatfeild, Esq. of Dela-
ware, and dyius: Is July, 1741, left three sons,
William, of Hever Castle, b. 1717 ; m. 1746, Sarah,
sister and heir of Oliver Thorpe, Esq., and by her (who
3H. 2ndly, 1768. Charles Wakctield) he left at his demise,
1761, an only son,

William, of Holden House, Kent, who d. s. p. 1798.
Eobert, of Wandsworth, Surrey, b. 1722, ancestor of the
Stkeatfeilds o- C/uirt's Ed'je {ic/iich sec).
Thomas, of btoke Newington, d. s. p. 1792.

III. Thomas, of Seveno.iks, bapt. 13 May, 1649 ; m. Martha,
only c'au. and heir of Thomas Godwin, Esq. of Trottes-
cliQe, and d. 1730-31, having had two daus., Margaret,
<l. vni„. 1736, and Martha, the wife of Charles Polhill, and

.a son,

Thomas Streatfeild, Esq. of Sevenoaks, h. 18 May, 1682,
who </. in the lifetime of his father, leaving by his wife,
Pliiladtlphia, dau. of Thomas Fuller, Esq. of Waldron,
Sussex, a son and successor,
Henry, of Sevenoaks. d. s. p. 10 Feb. 1817.
Catherine Anne, heir to her brother, fit. 1805, Thomas
Lighlfoot, Esq., and liad issue.
«v. Steplien, d. uivni. 1679.

V. Itobert, of London.

VI. John, of Penshurst.

I. Alice, m. William Woodgatc, Esq. of Chiddingstone.

The eldest sonof Eichard Streatfeild,

Uenrt Streatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, bapt. 27 Dec.
16;:P; in. 22 Feb. 1665, Sarah, only dau. and heir of John
jVshdown, Esq. of Hever, and had two sons. Mr. Streatfeild
d. 2 March, 1719, and was s. by his son,

Henkt Streatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, bapt. 20 Sept.
1C;9; 7)i. 20 April, 1704, Elizabeth, only dau. and heir of
Hicliard Beard, Esq. of Kottingdean, Sussex, by whom (who
'/. 24 March, 1749-50) he left at his demise, 1747, two sons.
Ti)e elder son,

Henry Steeatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, b. 3 June, 1706 ;
/it. 25 Sept. 1752, Anne Sidney, natural dau. of Jocelyne, 7th
Jiarl of Leicester, and by her (who d. 31 Oct. 1812) had issue,

I. Henry, his heir.

II. liichard Thomas, of The Hocks, and Copwood, Sussex, d.
23 Dec. 1769, High Sheriff 1798 : m. 1st, Jane Esther, dau.
of Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, Bart., which lady d. s. p.
1796. He ',/(. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of liobert Shultleworth,
Esq of Barton Lodge, co. Lancaster, and by her (who m.
2ndly, 1815, Richard Prime, Esq. of Walberton House) he
Jeft at his decease, 26 Aug. 1813,

1 Richard Shcttleworth, of The Rocks, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff CO. Sussex, m. 11 June, 1833, Charlotte Anne,
dau. of James Brown, Esq. of Harehills Grove, Leeds,
and Rossington, co. York, and d. 1851, leaving by her
<who d. Ibos) with two daus. (Anne Charlotte, m.C. \V.
O'Hara, Esq. of Annaghmore, co. Sligo ; and Marian
Gertrude, m. John Blakisfcon Houston, Esq. of Orange-
field, CO. Down), an only son, Richard James, of The
Eocks, Sussex, and of Rossington, co. York, J.P. tor
Sussex, and for the West Riding, co. York, Capt. York-
shire D.Y.C., late Lieut, 5th Dragoon Guards, b. 26 Feb.
1844; TO. 24 Oct. 1865, Mary Williams, eldest dau. of the
late James WiUiam Scarlett, Esq. of Gigha, co. Argyll,
and has a dau., Annette, b. 19 Aug. 1866.

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