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obert, Major 52nd Regt., to. 12 Sept. 1839,
Sarali Jane, dau. of Isaac Cookson, Esq., J.P. of Meldon
Park, Northumberland, and by her (who in. 2ndly,5 Aug.
1852, Capt. Henry Francis Cust, nephew of the 1st Earl
Urownlow; he lelt issue,

Sidney Robert, b. 5 Jan. 1841 ; d. s. p. 23 Jan. 1877.
JHerlert Philip, b. 16 F"eb. 1842, deceased.
Ernest Cecil, b. 29 April, 1847, deceased.
Sarali, m. 10 Feb. 1^70, Charles Donaldson Hudson, Esq.
M.P. of Cheswardine.

1 Anne, m. Thomas Mowbray, Esq.

2 Rose Sophia. 3 Georgiana Charlotte.
4 Gertrude Harriet.

I. Sophia.

II. Harriet, m. Walter Bracebridge, Esq., and d. 4 March,
1824.

3Ir. Streatfeild d. 4 April, 1702, and was .<t. by his son,

Hcsry .Streatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, b. 13 May, 1757,



High SherifT for Kent 1792. He m. 1st, June, 1782, Elizabeth
Catherine, dau. of the Very Rev. Newton Ogle, D.D., of Kirk-
ley, Northumberland, Dean of Winchester, and by her (who
d. 24 June, 1801) had issue,

Henry, his heir.

Thomas, Lieut. -Col. Grenadier Guards.

Riehard, Comm. R.N., m. 1824, Anne, dau. of Henry Wood-
gate, Esq. of River Hill, Kent, by whom he had one dau.
Ellen Charlotte.

William (Uev.).

Charles Ogle, Major-Gen. R.E., m. 183!, Kate Elizabeth,
dau. of Rtv. J. S. Ogle, of Kirkley.

Sophia Catherine, m. 1822. Rev. Riehard Peter Whish.

Arabella, ?u. 1831, Rev. J. T. Wilgress.

Jane Esther, m. 1833, Major Edward Scoones, 81st Regt.

He rn. 2ndly, 29 Sept. 1802, Ch.arlotte, dau. of William Scoones,
Esq. of Tunbridge, by whom he had issue,

John, h. 14 May, 1811: m. 26 June, 1845, Catherine, 2nd dau.
of Henry Sweeting, Esq. of Godmanchester, and (/. 23 Slay,
1^83, leaving issue, Frederick Henry Thomas, b. 3 June,
1846, m. 16 Jan. 1879, Frances A.igusta, dau. of Rev.
William Green, Rector of Penshurst, Keno ; Charles Erskine,
b. 2 Nov. 1857, d. 26 March, 1858; Edith Julia, ?«. Ernest
son of William Woodgate, Esq. of Penshurst; Catherine
Agnes ; Sophia Jane.

Fi'ancis Stanier.

Emily.

Mr. Streatfeild d. 22 Aug. 1829, and was s. by his eldest son,

Henry Streatfeild, Esq. of Chiddingstone, J.P. and D.L.,
b. II March, 1784; m. 14 Oct. 1824, IMaria, dau. of Magens
Dorrien Magens, Esq. of Hammerwood Lodge, Sussex, and by
her (who d. 1844) had issue,

Henry Dorrien, of Chiddingstone.
Edward Ogle, late Capt. 44th Foot, b. 24 March, 1827.
Newton William, b. 26 June, 18i9 ; m. 1857, Flora Margaret
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. W. E. Hoskins, Rector of Chid-
dingstone. He d. 26 June, 1866, leaving a son, Arthur
Newton.

Richard John, b. 7 Nov. 1833; to. 1858, Harriette Elizabeth,
dau. of Henry Armytage, Esq. of Broom Hill Bank, Tun-
bridge Wells, late Col. Culdsiream Guards, and (L March,
1877, and had two sons, Mervyn Armytage and Roland
Henry Armytage.
Frances Charlotte, m. 1851, Rev. Henry W. Onslow Folhill.

Mr. Streatfeild d. 16 July, 1852, and was s. by his eldest son,

LiEUT.-CoL. Henry Dorrien Streatfeild, of Chidding.stone,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1882, formerly Capt. 1st Life
Guards, and late Lieut.-Col. Commanding West Kent Queen's
Own Yeomanry Cavalry, Lord of the Manor of Chiddingstone
Cobham, Chiddingstone Burghurst, Tyhurst, Millbrooks,
and Stangrave, b. 2 Aug. 1825; m. 19 Dec. 1854, Marion
Henrietta, youngest dau. of Oswald Smith, Esq. of Bleadoa
Hall, Kent, and had issue,

I. Henry, now of Chiddingstone.

II. Sidney, b. 10 July, 1859.

III. Gerard, 6. 20 Aug. 1860; m. Ida, dau. of R. H. Combe,
Esq. of Pierrepont, Farnham, and has issue.

IV. Oswald, b. Z4 March, 1862.

V. Erie, Lieut. Gordon Highlanders, 6. 6 Feb. 1864.

VI. Philip, Lieut. R.N., b. 28 May, 1872.

I. Violet, 6. 30 Oct. 1855; to. 12 Sept. 1876, Lord Henry
Nevill, 2nd son of William, 1st Marquess of Abergavenny,
K.G., and rf. 25 Dec. Is80, leaving issue.

II. Ruby, b. 10 Nov. 1866; m. 7 Oct. 1885, Major the Hon.
Charles ColviUe, eldest son of Lord Colville, of Culross,
and has issue.

III. Ivy Marion, b. 1 Sept. 1869.

Col. Streatfeild d. 27 March, 1889.

Arms—Fer fesse gu. and sa., three bezants. Crest — An arm
in armour ppr., bent from the elbow, the forearm encircled
with a band tied in knot gu., supporting a spear with a iiennofi
showing, arg., St. George's cross on the dexter side of the spear,
and gu., three bezants fessways on the sinister; the pennuu
being turned round the spear to show part of both sides.
J/yJto— Datii fata secutus.

Seat — Chiddingstone, Edcnbridge, Kent.



STREATFEILD-MOORE OF WOODCOCK
HILL.

Streatfeild - Moore, Alexander McNeill,
Esq. of Woodcock liill, co. Hertford, b. 1863.

Lineagre. — Robert Streatfeild, of Wandsworth, Surrey,
i. 1722 (2nd son of Robert Streatfeild, Esq. of Hever Castle,
whose lather, William, was 2nd son of Richard Streatfeild,
Esq. of Chiddingstone); m. 1748, Anne, dau. and heir of
Samuel Sandeforth, Esq., and, dying 1768, left, with two daus.
(Anne, wife of Clement Samuel Strong, Esq. of Limpsfield,
Surrey, who d. 1839, and Barbara, who d. unm. 1843), an only
son,



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Sanoeforth Streatfeild, Esq. of Long Ditton, Surrey,
■bapi. '!'■'< Sept. 1750 ; m. Frances dau. of Thomas Hussey, Esq.
oi Aslitord, Kent, and d. at Bath, 28 July, 1809, leaving issue,

1. 'J'lioMAS, bis heir.

u. William Sandeforth, h. 13 Sept. 1781 ; d. 19 Sept. 1850.

III. Henry Cald«all, b. 3 Nov. 1784, Col. in the army ; d. 23
i)ee. I860, having m. 1825, Eleanor Anne Penelope, dau. of
.ll:irry Darby, Esq., and leaving issue by her (who d. INov.
1805),

1 Henry Frederick, h. 21 Aug. 1827, d. s. p.

1 Kliza, rii. 1850, Philip, 2nd son of Thomas Sanctuarj',
Esq. of Horsham Park, who d. in India, 1857.

2 lileanor Anne Cornelia, m. 1858, Signor Emile Linati, of
Parma.

3 Emily, m. A. Irvine, Esq., and d. 1870.

IV. Robert, b. 8 Jan. 178G, of Bottens, Kent, Capt. E.X., d.
18.52, having m. 1820, Dorothy Walters Cooper, and leaving
issue by her (who d. 1853),

1 Robert Bartelot, b. 1826.

1 Dorothy.

2 Jane Anne, ni. 1849, Major George Beadnell.

3 Frances, m. 1847, Henry RusseU Earle, Esq. of Twicken-
ham, and d. 1865.

4 Harriette, m. 1st, 1847, Charles Craven, Esq., Capt. 2nd
Dragoons, and 2ndly, Count Edmond do Baillet.

V. .John (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of TJckfield, Sussex, h. 27
3Iay, 1796; m. 1st, May, 1822, Catherine, dau. of Harry
Darby, Esq., and 2ndly, 1S51, Caroline, dau. of Col. Saw-
bridge, of Olanteigh. By his first wile (who d. 1846) he
had issue,

1 John Darby (Rev.), M.A., 6. 13 Dee. 1823; d. 1883.

2 Sandetorth, 6. 15 Jan. 1843 ; d. 1862.

! Catherine Jane, m. 1851, \V. H. Plummer, Esq. of Mar-
gate ; d. 1861.

2 "Frances Laura Cleveland, d. 1847.

3 EUen .Scott, d. 1856.

Rev. John Streatfeild, d. 1863.

I. Jane, d. 6 May, 1851. li. Anne, d. 1SG3.

The son and heir.

Rev. Thojias Streatfeild, M.A., F.S.A., of Chart's Edge,
Kent, Ij. 5 Jan, 1777 : jn,. 1st, 8 Oct. 1800, Harriet, dau. and
<o-heir of Alexander Champion, Esq. and by her (who d. 10
Kov. 1814) had issue,

I. Robert Champion, 6. 9 Feb. 1804: d. 1829.
u. Thomus Champion, b. 8 Oct. 1806 ; d. 1823.
ill. Alexander Champion, 6.20 Feb. 1808, of St. John's Coil.
Oxford, Lieut. 2nd Life Guards ; d. 11 Jan. 1833.

IV. William Champion, his heir.

V. Edward Champion, b. 6 Oct. 18II ; d. 1834.

I. Harriet Jane, 5/i. 1834, Rev. William Streatfeild, Vicar of
East Ham, Essex, 4th son of Henry Streatfeild, Esq. of
Chiddingstone. She d. 4 Dec. 1837 ; he d. 1860.

II. Frances Maria, m. 1829, Right Rev. Francis Russell Nixon
(Bishop of Tasmania), and d. 22 Sept. 1834.

III. Barbara Ellen, m. 184i, Albert PeUey, Esq., 4th son of
Sir John Henry Pelly, Bart.

Ilev. Thomas Streatfeild m. 2ndly, 30 Sept. 1823, Clare, dau. of
Rev. Thomas Harvey, o( Cowden, relict of Henry Woodgate,
Esq. of Spring Grove, Pembury, by whom (who c/. 10 May,
1386) he had issue,

VI. Henry Rivers, 6. 13 July, 1826 ; of. 9 April, 1831.

VII. John Fremlyn, F.E.C.S., 6. 14 Oct. 1828; m. 18GS,
Georgiana Smith, and d. 18 March, 1886, leaving issue,
Thomas, Austin, and Clare.

viii. Harvey Sandeforth, b. 15 Sept. 1833; d. 26 June, 1847.

IV. Amelia, d. Feb. 1830.

V. Cleraence Elizabeth, rd. 1853, Lord Justice Cotton, and
d. 12 May, 1891.

Rev. Thomas Streatfeild d. 17 May, 1848, and was s. by his
•eldest surviving son,

William Champion Streatfeild, Esq. of Chart's Edge,
Kent, J.P. for Essex, b. 28 June, 1810; m. 31 Oct. 1832.
Hannah {b. 12 Sept. 1812), dau. of Joseph Fry, Esq. of Plashet
House, Essex, and had issue,

I. Alexander Edward Champion, of 'Woodcock Hill, Herts,
J. P., 6. 2 Dec. Ib37 ; m. 8 Aug. 1861, Helen, dau. of Capt.
Alexander McNeill, of Colonsay, N.B., and had issue,

1 Alexander McNeill, present representative.

2 Kenneth Rivers.

.3 Edward Champion.

4 Eric Leonard.

1 Florence Helen.

2 Lilian Cecil.

3Ir. Streatfeild-Moore assumed by royal licence, 1885, the
additional surname of Moore under the will of his kins-
man, Frank John Moore, Esq. oi Woodcock Hill. He d. 10
AuET. 1887.

II. William Champion (Rev.), Rector of Frant, co. Sussex, b.
11 Aue. 1^39; m. 23 .^ug. 1864, Selina Frances Diana, dau.
of William Leveson-Gower, Esq. of Titsey Place, Surrey,
and has issue William Champion (Rev.), M.A., m. 7 Sept.



1893, Janet Mary, dau. of Rev. H. Venn, Vicar of Walmer;
Henry Cuthbert, m. 15 June, 1893, Marian Elsie, dau. of
AugiiStusMorand,Esq.of Philadelphia, U.S.A.; Grey Hugh
Morville : Granville Edward Stewart ; Claude Arthur Cecil ;
Roland Harry; George Hope ; Albert Harold Octavius ; Emily
Diana Cecilia ; and Sylvia Katharine Helen.

III. Frank Newton, C.M.G., 6. 2 Feb. 1843; m. 2 June,
1864, Agatha, dau. of Richard Fry, Esq , and has i.'sue,
Guy Edward, Richard Alexander, Frank Cyril, and Evelyn
Agatha.

IV. Thomas Edward Champion, b. 18 May, 1848; m.27 June,
1882, Katharine Mary Frances, dau. of Rev. Henry Ark-
wright, of Rodenham, Hereford, and d. 2 Oct. Is82.

I. Harriet Elizabeth, d. 9 Dec. 1842.

II. Florence Louisa, to. 29 Aug. 1877, Eev. Richard Boyle,
Vicar of Wallington, Surrey.

III. Elizabeth Blanche, m 25 July, 1865, Alexander Innes-
Shand, Esq., and d. 6 June, 1882.

IV. Louisa Beatrice.

Mr. Streatfeild d. 7 April, 1852. His widow is the present
possessor of Chart's Edge.

Arms, d-c. — See precedintj ilemoir.

/ScaJ— WoodcocltHill, Beikhamsted, Herts,



STRICKLAND OF SIZERGH.

Steickland, Walter Charles, Esq. of Sizergh
Castle, CO. Westmorland, J.P. and D.L., b. 5 Sept.
1825 ; m. 1866, Eosetta Emiueline, 3rd dau. of
Charles Medex, of Brussels, and by her (-who d. 31
Aug. 1884) had issue,

I. Roger 'V\'alter, 6. 1872.

I. Ida Matilda, b. 1867. ii. Mabel Susan, 5. 1869.

III. Henrietta Maria, 1871. iv. Mary Emma, b. 1876.

Lineage. — The first of the name of Strickland met with
is in the reign of King John, when Gilbert Fitz-Reinfred
having been compelled, on account of his envolvement with
the rebellious barons, to give hostages for his future conduct,
which hostages were the sons, daughters, and heirs of the
principal mesne lords holding under the barons of Kendal,
and included amongst them Sir Robert de Stirkeland, tlie
son and heir of Sir Walter db Stirkeland, son of Adam de
Stirkeland. Sir Robert left a son. Sir William de Stirkeland,
of Sizergh {jure uxoris) and Great Strickland, co. Westmor-
land ; he TO. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Ralph Deincourt, and
left a son and heir.

Sir Walter de Stirkeland, who was, 28 Edward I., with
the King at the siege of Caerlaverock, and 1 and 6 Edward XL,
was Knight of the Shire for "Westmorland. In 9 Edward III.,
Sir Walter obtained a grant to inclose his wood and demesne
lands at Sizergh and to make a park there, and to hold the
same so inclosed to him and his heirs for ever. He left a son
and heir. Sir Thomas de Stirkeland, who served King Edward
III., in Ireland, and to. Cecilie, dau. of Robert de Welle, and
left (with other issue, John, Peter, Thomas, and Katherine,
711. to John de Ros) a son. Sir Walter de Stirkeland, who m. ist,
Margaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Latham, and 2ndly, Isabel, dau.
of John Olney, and had by the former,

Sr Thomas de Strickland, of Sizergh, who entered into
agreement with Henry V., dated 29 Aprli, 1415, to serve the
King in his wars in France during one year, and had the dis-
tinguished honour of bearing the banner of St. George at the
battle of Agincourt. He was subsequently (7 Henry VI.)
M.P. for 'Westmorland. By his wife, Mabel, dau. of John de
Betham, he left (with a son, Robert, and a dau. Cecilie, m. to
William Redman) a son and heir,

Walter Strickland, Esq. who appears to have been a
zealous Lancastrian; and of the forces he was enabled to raise,
with their proper habiliments, there is a muster-roll yet extant,
which seems to have been made out chiefly in respect of the
border service. This Walter Strickland m. Dowce, dau. of
Nicholas de Croft, and had, with a dau. Margaret, in, William
Redman, a son.

Sir Thomas Strickland, Knt., to. Ist, Agnes Parre, dau. of
William Parre, son of Sir Thomas Parre and his wife. Eliza-
beth, one of the three sisters and co-heirs of Heniy, Lord Fitz-
Hugh, and 2ndly, Margery, widow of Sir John Byron, and had
(with a son Thomas, and a dau. Jane, m. Sir Thomas Middle-
ton, of Betham), a son.

Sir Walter Strickland, of Sizergh, m. Elizabeth Salkeld,
and was s. by his son.

Sir Walter Strickland, Knt., m. 1st, Agnes, dan. of
Richard Redman, but had no issue, and 2ndly, Catherine,
dau. and sole heir of Ralph Nevill, of Thornton Eriggs, co.
York, by whom he had (with two daus., Agnes, iii.Sir Thomas



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Curwcn, of Workington, and Elizabeth, j)i. William Strick-
lauii, of Boynton) a son and successor,

Walter Strickland, Esq. of Sizergli and Thornton Bricgs,
M.P. 5 Queen Elizabeth, lie m. Alice, dau. of Kieliolas
Tempest, Esq. of Holmside, to. Durluim, and dying S April,
1569, left a dau. Alice, and a son and successor.

Sir Thomas Strickland, K.B., of Sizergh, M.P. for West-
morland, 43 Queen Elizadeth and 1 James 1. Sir Thomas
lit. 1st, Elizabeth Symon, of Bristol, and had a dau. Alice,
m. Sir William Webb, Knt., Equerry to Henry, I'rince of Wales.
He 7)1. 2ndly, Jfargaret, dau. of Sir Nicholas Curweu, Knt., of
AVorkington, by whom he had issue,

Bobert, his successor. Thomas.

Walter, of Nateby, en. Lancaster, m. Anne. dau. of Roger
Crofts, of East Appleton, co. York, and hence descended the
Stricklands ()/ Catterki; co. YorU, now extinct in the male
line.

Dorothy, 3rd wife of John Fleming, Esq. of Eydal.

JIargaret, '2nd wife of George I'reston, Esq. of llolker, co.
Lancaster.

He d. 1615, and was s. by his eldest son.

Sir Kobert Strickland, Knt. of Sizergh and Thornton
Briggs. D.L., M.P. for Westmorland 21 James I. lie was a
colonel in the army of Charles I., and cemmanded a troop of
horse at the battle of Edgehill, while his son, Sir Thomas
Strickland, led a regiment of foot. Sir Eobert Hi. Jlargaret,
eldest dau. and co-heir of Sir William Alford, of Bylton, co.
York, by whom he had two sons and a dau.,

Thomas (ore), his successor.

Walter, v>. Barbara, 4th dau. of the Hon. Henry Belasyse,
who<^ 12 Sept. 1708.

Dorothy, m. Wihiam Grimstone, Esq. of Goodmanham, co.
York.

Sir Robert d. 1670, was s. by his eldest son.

Sir Thomas Strickland, Knt., P.O., h. 1621, who was made
a banneret by King Charles I. in person on the field of Edge-
hill 23 Oct. 1642. This gentleman represented Westmorland
1661. He m. 1st, Jane, dau. and co-heir of John Mosely, Esq.
of Uskelfe, co. York, by whom he had two surviving daus.,
Alice, r/i. Sir Walter Kirkhain Blunt, Bart., of Soddington,
and Jane, hi. John Middleton, Esq. of Sto. keld, co. York. Sir
Thomas m. 2nrtly, Winifred, dau. and co-heir of Sir Christopher
Trentham, Knt. of Kocester, co. Stafford, and had issue,
Walter; Eobert d. unm. 1712; Roger (who was Page to the
Piinee of Conti when he went from France to be elected King
of Poland), (/. unm. aged 24; and Thomas Bishop of Xamur,
d. 3 Jan. 1740. Sir Thomas Strickland, who had been Privy
Purse to King Charles II., was one of the Privy Council to
King James II., and following the fortunes of that monarch,
he d. in France 8 Jan. 1694. He was s. by his eldest son,

Walter Strickland, Esq. b. 12 May, 1675; m. 1700, Anne,
dau. of Gerrard Salvin, Esq. of Croxdale, co. Durham, by whom
he had issue,

Thomas, his successor, h. 29 June, 1701.

Jerrard, b. .30 July, 1704; d. 1 Sept. 1791; to. 1st, Mary,
dau. of William Bat:enal, of Bagenal, co. Carlow (who d. 9
April, 1744), and had, with two daus., Mary and Cecilia,

Jerrard Edward, of Willitoft, co. York, 6. 4 Oct. 1741 ; m.
15 April, 1779, Cecilia, relict of Charles Strickland, Esq.
of Sizergh, and dying 23 Oct. 1795, left issue,

George, 6. 23 Oct. 1780; d.s.p.

Jerrard Edward, b. 24 Feb. 1782; m. 18 Aug. 1814,
Annie, dau. of Francis Cholmclcy, Esq. of Uramlsby,
CO. York and d. 7 Aug. 1844, leaving, with four daus.
(Cecilia, cZ. M-rti/i. 23 July, 1861; Harriet, vi. Thomas
Chisholm Anstey, Esq., and has issue; Katharine, m.
1st. 20 April, I8.i2, William McCann, and has issue, and
2ndly, 4 April, ISGl, Major William Fletcher Gordon;
and Annie (who d 15 Sept. 1868 1, in. 1st, 13 April.
1847, Henry Cholmeley, Hsq. of Brandsby, by whom
she had issue, and 2ndly. Henry P.atrick Russell, Esq.),
Ei-K sons, 1 Charles; 2 Edward (Sir), K.C.B., Commis-
sary-General, b. 7 Aug. 1820, m. 1st. 18 Nov. 1841,
Gcorgina Frances, dau. of Frederick Augustus Ilely,
Esq. of Engehurst, Sydney, and his wife, Georgina
Lindsay Uncknall (their only child, F'anny Cecilia, vi.
20 Feb. 1868, Rev. Percival Fiennes Swann, M.A.,
Eector of Brandsby, co. York), and 2n(lly, 29 Jan.
1877, Frances Mary, dau. of Gen. John Tatton Brown-
Grieve, C.B.; 3 Wihiam, //. 7 July, 1819, a Jesuit;
4 Walter, I'. 4 Oct. 1824, m. Louisa, dau. of the
Cavalieie Bonici Mompalao, of Malta, and left issue,
four sons and one dau. (Gerard, Count Bologna, of the
Maltese nobility, Paul, Joseph, Charles, and Theresa,
d. young); 5 Jerrard, b. N'<.v. 1823, d. April, 1856, a
Jesuit ; and fi Thomas, in KafBr war 18 16 (medal), 6. 30
Dec. 1826, m. 31 July, 1849, Harriet, dau. of Capt.
Alexander Biggar, 85th Regt., and has issue (Walter
George, 4 3 June, 1850, m. 1 June, 1874, Margaret,
dau. of Patrick Ryan, and has Thomas Gerard, 6. 22



Aug. 1S7G ; Edward, 6. 9 Feb. 1883 ; and Mary Harriett ■ ■
Gerard Edward, 6. 29 Nov. 1852, d. s. p. 26 Jan. Is77;'
and Annie, a nun). The eldest son, Charles, J.P., b. 5 ■
Aug. I8l8; Hi. Oct. 1852, Maria Jane, dau. of EichaVd
Farrell, Esq., Q.C.
Mr. Jerrard Strickland, vi. 2ndly, Mary, dau. and heir of
Sir Francis Ilnngate, of Snxton, and relict of Sir Edward
(iascoigne, Bart, of Barbow, co. York.
Mary, d. unm. 20 Aug. 1720.
Mr. Strickland was .f. by his eldest son,

Thomas Strickland, Esq. of Sizergh, b. 29 June, 1701, who
m. 1st, 2 June, 1728, Mary Dorothy, eldest dau. of Simon
Scroope, Esq. of Danby, by whom he had issue, and 2ndly,
Elizabeth, eldest dau. and co-heir of William Pennington, of
Muncaster, co. Cumberland, widow of John Archer, Esq. of
Oxenholme. He was s. at his decease by his eldest son,

Walter Strickland, Esq. of Sizergh, 6. 17 July, 1729; m.
4 June, 1758, Margaret, dau. of Michael James Messenseiv
Esq. of Fountain Abbey, co. Y'ork, but dying s. }). 6 July,.
1761, and his next brother, William, a Jesuit (6. Oct. 1731, d.
23 April, 1819), renouncing, wass. by his brother,

Charles Strickland, Esq. of Sizergh, b. 6 July, 1734; m.
22 April, 1762, Cecilia, only dau. of William Towneley, Esq.
of Towneley, co. Lancaster, by his wife Cecilia, dau. and sole
surviving heir of Ralph Standish, Esq. of Srandish, in tho
same co., and liad issue by her (who d. 28 June, 1814),
Thomas, his successor.
William Philip, Capt. 82nd Regt., J. 28 Aug. 1764: d. g. j).

18 Sept. 1795.
Charles, d. 13 Sept. 1775.

Mary Cecilia, m. 27 Feb. 1786, Edward Stephenson, Esq. of
F'arley Hill, Berks.

Mr. Strickland d. 6 Oct. 1770, and was s. by his eldest son,

Tho.mas Strickland, Esq. of Sizergh, b. July, 1763, who,
upon the decease of his uncle, Edward Towneley Standish.
Esq. of Standish, inherited likewise the Standish estates, and
assumed the additional surname and arms of Standish by
royal licence dated 6 May, 1807. He m. 1st, 24 Feb. 1789,
Anastasia, eldest dau. of Sir John Lawson, Bart, of Brough
Hall, CO. Y'ork, and had issue,

I. Charles, of Standish, continued the name of Standish (.life
Stanbish of .Slandish).

II. Thomas, of Sizergh and Borwick Hall.

I. Anastasia. ii. Elizabeth.

III. Monica, m. Dec. 1827, Sir John Gerard, Bart, of Bryn,
and d. his widow, 4 May, 1865.

IV. Catherine, d. young.

Mr. Strickland hi. 2ndly, Catherine, dau. of Sir Robert Gerard-
of Bryn, co. Lancaster, but had no other issue. He d. i Dec.
1813, and was s. at Sizergh by his 2nd son,

Thomas Strickland, Esq. of Sizergh, i. 14 Sept. 1793; m. 13-
Nov. 1824, Mademoiselle Gasparine XJrsule Ida, youngest dau.
of the Baron de Fingerlin Bischingen, and by her (who ri>^
2ndly, the Comte de F'ezensac, and d. 1846) he left at his.
decease, 7 Sept. 1835, two sons, the present Walter Charles
Strickland, Esq. of Sizergh ; and Henry Charles, Lieut. 69tlb
Foot, b. 1827; d. unm. 1852.

Jrmi — Sa., ihree escallops arg. Crest — A bundle of holly-
vert, fructed gu., banded round the middle with a wreath arg.
and sa. Moilo — Sans nial.

i'ea(— Sizergh Castle, Kendal, Westmorland.



STRICKLAND OF APPERLEY COURT.

Stkickiand. Algernon Augustine de Lille,
Esq. of Apporley Court, co. Gloucester, J.P. f'or
Devon, M.A. Morton Coll., Oxford, J. Jan. 1837 ;
m. 28 Jan. 18G3, Charlotte Anne, younger dau. of
Peter Richard and Lady Sophia Hoare, of Lus-
combe, Devon, and has issue,

I. Algernon Henry Peter, 6. 1863; m. 25 Jan. 1890, Mary
Sclina, youngest dau. of Walter Drunmond, Esq. (see-
Bcrke's P'ierar/e, Strathallan, V.) and has issue,

Algernon Walter, b. 1891.

II. Augustine Cecil, b. 1864.

III. Hubert Arthur, 6. 1867; m. 16 Jan. 1890, Rose Cecil,
eldest dau. of Cecil Eussell, Esq. {see Burke's Peerar/c,
Russell, Bart.)

IV. Claud Hugh, b. 1871.

I. Hilda Eachel, m. 23 Nov. 1893, Arthur Stavley Clarke,.
Esq., Lieut. 18th Bengal Lancers.

II. Gwendolen Mary.

Liineage. — Augustine Edmund Christopher Strickland,
Esq, of Oaklands, Devon (.see Burke's Peerage and Baronetage,
Strickland, Bart.), m. Aug. 1835, Susan Caroline, younger



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dau. of Henry Deacon, Esq. of Longcross House, co. Glamor-
gan, and by her (wl o d. 1882) had issue,
Algeenon ArcusTiNE DE Lille, now of Apperley Court.
Walter Cecil, late Capt. 83rd liest., in. 31 .luly, 1867, Mary
Blanche, 2nd dau. of Biigadier John Polglase James,
lI.E.l.C.S., at one time commanding the northern division
of the Madras army, and has ifsue.
Seat — Apperley Court, Tewkesbury.
Toicn Residence — 23, Warwick Square, London.



STRODE OF NEWNHAM PARK.

Strode, Dorothea Georgina Admonition, of
Tv^ewnham Park, Devon, b. 22 July, 1823 ; s. hor
brother 1874.

Iiineage.— This family was seated, at a date beyond
record, on its manor of Strode, while occupyins which it
yielded eminent warrior kniyhts to Kings Henry III. and
Edwabd I., in the last of which reigns, Adam Strode, of
Strode, was among the western chiefs summoned to attend
his sovereign with men-at-arms into Scotland. After con-
tinuing many descents at Strode, the family removed to the
neighbouring seat of Newnham, which estate was acquired by
the marriage, teiii2). Henry IV., of Sir John Strode, of Strode,
with the co-heir cf Newnham. Their descendant and heir,
Sir William Strode, Knt. of Newnham, m. Elizabeth Courte-
nay, sole child, by his wife, Joan. dau. of Sir Richard Fowhill,
of Fowhillscombe, in Devon, of Sir Philip Courtenay, of
Loughtor, descendant of the 1st Sir Philip Courtenay, of Pow-
derham, younger son of Hugh Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon.
His descendant and heir. Sir William Strode, Knt. of Newn-
ham, celebrated in Prince's Seronthlre Worthies, as "a person
of great honour, worth, and cstecme in the county, who d. a
little before the civil war began," had, with numerous daus. ,
" all very worshipfidly married," three sons, i. Sir Kichabd
Strode, Knt. of Newnham, and of Chalmington, Dorset,
Member for Plympton in the Parliament of 1040, and con-
tinuator of the line of Newnham ; ii. William Strode, Esq. of
Meavy Church, who was " burgess for Beeralston in the Par-
liament 3rd year of King Charles I., and then 1629, by the
.said king, was committed to the Tower of London with John
Eliot, and other members, where they continued to the Parlia-
ment 1C40, when the said William Strode sat agai



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