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n as a Mem-
ber for Beeralston, and was in that Parliament impeached by
the King as one of the five members " ; and in. John Strode,
Esq. of Tavistock, "a great favourite of the nobility and
gentry, who spent much of his time about London, and was
counted the best bowler in all England." The direct senior
line of Strode terminated with the great-greatgreat-grandson
of Sir William, M.P. 1640, William Strode, Esq. of Newnham
Park, who d. 27 Aug. 1767, when Newnham Park and estates
passed to the heir-male,

EicHARD Strode, Esq. of Boterford, son of William Strode,
Esq. by his wife, Mary Anne Cholwich, of Oldston House,
and grandson and heir of George Strode, Esq. thereof, son
and heir of John Strode, Esq. of London, 2nd son of William
Strode, Esq. of Ugtjorough, son and heir of Sampson Strode,
Kector of Dittisham, who d. 1031, 10th son of William
Strode, cf Newnham, and Eizabeth Courtenay. This Richard
Strode, Esq. of Boterford, m. Admonition, dau. of Thomas
Lear, Esq. of Sandwell, Devon, and Newnham Paik, and had
issue,

William, his heir.

Richard, successor to his brother.

George, successor to his brother.

Thomas Lear, d. nnm.

Mary Anne, in. Rev. John Arscott, of Plympton.

Admonition, m. John Valentine ilewlett, l^sq.
Mr. Strode d. 1790, and was .■!. by his eldest son,

William Strode, Esq. who el. imm. 1802, and was s. by his
brother.

Rev. Richard Strode, of Newnham Park, m. Harriet, eldest
dau. of Sir Frederick Leman Rogers, Bart., M.P., and had four
daus., Harriet, Jane, Maria Admonition and Florence, all of
whom d. young. He was s. by his brother,

George Strode, Esq. of Newnham Park, J. P. and D.L.
High Sheriff 1825, b. 19 Jan. 1780; m. 12 Sept. 1821, Doro-
thea Bird, dau. of William Symons, Esq. of Cliaddlewood,
and by her (who d. 24 Oct. 1862) left at his decease, 2 May,
1857,

George Sidney, of Newnham Park, J. P., b. 4 Oct. 1829:
m. 10 Aug. lb."o, Mary Hutchings, 2nd dau. of Sir Wil-
liam Coles Medlycott, 2nd Bart, of Ven, aatid.s. p. 16 Dec.
1S74.

Dorothea Georgina Admonition, now of Newnham Park.



Florence, in. 9 Feb. 1858, Admiral Artliur Lowe (see Hill-
Lowe), and by her, who d. 11 Jan. 1803, has issue,

1 George Sydney Strode Lowe, J. P. co. Devon, Capt. Srd
Batt. Devon Regt., b. 29 Jan. 1861 ; in. 26 Jan. 1887,
Anna Fielding, 2nd dau. of the late Thomson Boyd, Esq.
of Edinburgh, and has issue, Anna Margaret Dorothea
and Eileen Ruth Admonition.

2 Noel Herb, rt Strode Lowe, Capt. The Queen's Own Royal
West Kent Regt., i. 14 Dec. 1862.

Arms — Arg., a chevron between three conies courant sa.
Ci(H—On a mount vert, a savin-tree ppr., fructedgu. Mutto —
Hyeme viresco.

Seat — Newnham Park, Plympton, Devon.



CHETHAM-STRODE OF SOUTHHILL.

Chetham-Strode, Edward Charles, Esq. of
Southbill, Somerset, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1879, late Lieut.-Col. 7th Lancashire iUilitia, b.
1813; m. 25 June, 1842, Amelia, dau. of Daniel
Riddiford, Esq. of York. She d. 1878.

Lineagre.— Thomas Chetham, Esq., 6. 29 Nov. 1771,
eldest son of Thomas Chetham, Esq. of Mellor Hall (by Anne
his wife, dau. of Edward Strode, E-q. of Southhill), s. his
uncle. Col. John Strode, of Southhill, and assumed by sign-
manual, Dec. 1808, the additional surname and arms of
Strode. He m. 1816, Catherine Brandreth Backhouse,
widow of Lieut.-Col. Spencer Thomas Vassal, and dau. and
co-heir of Rev. D. Evans, D.D., Rector of West Tidbury,
Essex, and at his death s. }'■ 11 Sept. 1827, was s. by his ne.\c
brother,

Richard Chetham, Esq., who assumed the addiiional sur-
name and arms of Strode. He m. Frances, 2nd dau. of the
Rev. Robert Tomlinson, M.A., Rector of Cley, Norfolk, 'out;
dying s. jj., was s. by liis brother,

Randle Chetham, who assuming the surname and arms of
Strode, became Randle Chetham-Strode, Esq. of Southliill.
By his wife, Juliet (who d. 3 March, 1864; he left no issus;.
He was s. by his brother.

Admiral Sir Edward Cketham-Strode,K.C.B. and K.C.H.,
b. 5 July, 1774 ; m. 1810, Margaret, 3rd dau. of Peter Deane,
Esq. of the Bahamas, and by that lady (who d. 1844) had
issue,

Edward Charles, now of Southhill.

Frederick, Vice-Admiral R.N., b. 1818.

Alfred, R.M., Dunedin, New Zealand, m. and has issue.

Wilbraham, d. 1880.

Augustus, C.B., Capt. R.N., m. 25 March, 1805, Esther

Frederica, dau. of D. Maitland Makgill-Crichton, Esq. of

Rankeilour, co. Fife, and d. 1874.
Louisa, iH. Col. William .idams, R.M. College, Sandhurst.
Lavinia, m. R. C. Bamford, Capt. in the army.
Catherine.

Sir Edward assumed the additional surname of Strode, on
succeeding to the family estates in 1845; he d. 11 April, 1802.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th erm., in a canton sa. a cres-
cent arg., lor Strode ; 2nd and 3rd arg., agriffinsegreant gu.,
witliin a bordure sa,. bezantee, for Chetham. Cre.'its — A demi-
lion couped or, for Strode; A demi-gritlin, holding a cimss-
potent arg., for Chetham. Motto — Jlalo niori quam foedari.

iSVaf— Southhill House, Shepton Mallet, Somerset.

CYui— Reform.



STRONa OF NETHER STRONGE, now
OF THE CHASE.

Strong, George, Esq. of The Chase, co. Here-
ford, M.D., J.P. and D.L., b. Jan. 1812 ; m. 17 Dec.
1839, Charlotte, only dau. of John Cooke, Esq. of
The Chase, and by her (who d. March, 1892_) has
had issue,

I. Beatiice Charlotte Eleanor.

II. Gertrude Pollexfen, deceased.

III. Mabel Fiennes, deceased.

IV. Joan Beresford.

Lineagre. — The name of Stronge is a corruption from
Straunge or Storange, branches of which family were at an
early period seated in various counties of England. In the
Calender, inquis. post mortem, we find Hugo Straunge, 1
Henry V., having estates near York; Baiddewin Straunge, co>
StaiTord, temp. Henry VI, ; and Johannes Straunge, Armiger,
in the cos. of Norfolk and Suffolk, loth of the same reign.
Gaye's History of Suffolk mentions John Straunge bequeathing
certain lands in that county a century earlier, 1378. The will
of Johannes Stronge, of Coventre, bears date 1522. ButNeithe?



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Stronge, in Somerset, seems to have been the " cunabula gen-
Us," the name occurring frequently in the records of that and
the adjoining counties.

Rev. William Stkoxge, Kector of More Chritchel, Dorset,
afterwards a famous preacher at Westminster Abbey, and
tiir. there 4 July, 1654, though after the Restoration his re-
mains were violently torn up by the populace. He describes
himself as ••Durotrigensis," i.e. a native of Dorset, and was no
<loubt of the Nether Stronge family.

Geoboe Stkoxoe, of Chard, Somerset, 8 Queen Elizabeth,
seems to have been engaged in serge manufacture, the staple
of those parts, and had issue, Tho.mas and Walter. The elder
son,

Thomas Stkoxge, of Chardstoke, left a son,

James Stroxge, b. 1GI9, became Rector of Bettiscombe
and Yioarof Ilminster. He m. 1st, Miss Minterne, niece of
the family of Brows, of Fi-ampton, and had by her a son,
MtLANCTUox; by a 2nd wife he had further issue, and par-
ticularly Martin, /i. 1663, thirty years Vicar of Yeovil, m. a dau.
of I'hehps, of Montacute, and left issue.

Melancthox Stroxge, the elder son, b. 1650, describes him-
self as of Nether Stronge, and appears to have allowed himself
to be drawn in to take part in the unfortunate rising and
defeat of James, Duke of Monmouth. Immediately after the
battle of Sedgemoor, near Bridgwater, 4 July, 1G85, and the
<lisastrous defeat which follo«ed, he fled away on foot, dis-
guised in the garb of a working artisan, with his tools, etc.,
to London, which he reached in great misery. Some time
previous to this adventure and happy escape from the massacre
:ind from the horrors of the " Bloody Assize," he had m. and
had (with two daus., Mary, wife of — Gosforth, and Elizabeth,
//(..Samuel Sandeforth, Esq., and had a dau., Anne, 7U. 12 April,
iT4S, Robi-rt Streatfoild, Esq.) a son,

Melaxcthox Stroxge, who settled at Garratt, Surrey, and
<?. 28 March, 1750, leaving a son,

Melaxcthox Strong, b 1706 ; 7/;. Eleanor, dau. of Thomas
.Sanders, Esq. of Hookwood, in Charlewood (of the ancient
family of Sandeus of &inderstead) and had issue,

I. Melancthon, d. young.

II. Thomas, of whom presently.

III. Clement Samuel, of Limpsfleld, Surrey, tii. 1782, Anne,
dau. of Robert Sireatfeild, Esq. of Wandsworth, by Anne
Sandeforth his wife, and c(. Is27, having had issue,

1 Thomas Lixwood (Rev.), b. 1786, Rector of Sedgefield,
CO. Durham : „i. Anna Maria, dau. of G. Tritton, Esq.,
and by her (who d. ISGl ) had issue,

Henry Linwood, Barri^ter-at-Law, Registrar of the
Divorce Court, b. 1316; vi. Fanny Louisa, 4th dau. of
the Hon. and Very Rev. Henry David Erskine, Dean of
Eipon, by Lady Harriet Dawson iiis wile, dau. of the
1st Earl of Portarlington, and d. Nov. 1886, leaving
issue, Arthur Hugh Linwood; Clement Erskine; Alice,
m. June, 1883, Godfrey Lewis Clarke, Esq. of Tal-y-
Gam, S. Wales, and has issue, a son, b. May, 1886; and
Zoc, )/i. 1885, Capt. F. Seymour luglefield, E. York
Kegt.

Clement William, Col. Coldstream Guards, d. 1869.

Anna Maria, m. Rev. 0. Cresswell, Rector of Hanworth,
Middlesex, and has issue, Oswald Ernest, Frederick,
and Frances A. Clementina.

Georgiana, m. E. H. Donnithorne, Esq., J. P. of Colne
Lodge, Middlesex.

Margaret Louisa, deceased. Julia.

Rev. T. L. Strong d. 30 April, 1S65.

2 Clement (Rev.), LL.B., 6. 1790, Rector of Gedney, co.
Lincoln; ?«. 30 April, I8l6, Catherine Bridgt-t, dau. of
Vincent Hilron Biscoe, Esq. of Hookwood, Surrey, and d.
15 April, 1852, having had issue,

Leonard, of Camster, co. Caithness, D.L., a Commi.s-
sioner of Supply for that co., b. 22 Oct. Is33 ; ra. andd.
May, 1879, having had issue, a dau. Clementina (post-
humous).
Catherine Anne, m. Charles Middleton, Esq., Senior
Kcgistrar of H.M. C-urt of Probate, eldest son of
Admiral Gambier Middleton, C.B. (vide Gains-
borough, in Burke's Peerage and Baronetage), and
has issue,
Clement Alexander, Barrister-at-Law, late Bombay
C.S.,i/i. 1st, Edith, dau. of Rev. Canon Melvill, and
2ndly, Helen, dau. of Noel Harris, Esq., and has
issue, Gambier, Noel, Gilbert, Edith, and Leila.
Oswald Robert, Capt. 4th King's Own Royal Regt.
Emily Augusta, d. Oct. 1883.
Mary Barbara, ra. Rev. J. Pitt, Rector of Ecndcombe, co.

Gloucester.
Ilrirrriet Elizabeth, ra. Madgwick Davidson, Esq., and d.
March, 1853, having had issue,

Madgwick George, M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxon., Barrister-at-
Law.
Jessie Elizabeth. Clare Bridget.

Fanny Sophia, m. Rev. G. R. C. Chilton.



IV. Job, d. s. p. at sea.

I. Sarah, m. Leonard Kilham, Esq., and d. s. p.

II. Elizabeth, in. John Townsend, Esq. of Wandsworth, and
d. 1785.

The 2nd son,

Thomas Strong, Esq., m. 1764, Sophia, dau. and sole heir of
Robert Alsop, Esq. of Great Marlborough Street (Lord Mayor
of London 1752, and Sheriff 1747, the year in which Lord
Lovat and Radcliffe, the titular Earl of Derwentwater, were
beheaded), and had with her the Southwark estates. Their
children were

I. Robert, of whom presently.

II. Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Clyst St. Mary, Devon, and
Thcberton, Suffolk. 7n. AugusUi Louisa, dau. of Dr. Rundel,
of Bath, and d. i860, having had issue,

1 Edmond (Rev.), Hector of Clyst St. Mary, 6. 1803; m.
Sarah Forbes, eldest dau. of John Colston Coulson, Esq.
of Clifton (who d. 1877), and d. 1874, leaving issue,

William Arthur (Rev.), Vicar of Braiininch, co. Devon,
m. 186.5, Stephana, eldest dau. of J. C. Kent, Esq. of
Earl's Croome, co. Worcester.

Thomas Edmond, Col. Bombay Army Staff Corps, G6th
and 3rd N.I., ra 1876, Geraldine Le Quesne, younger
dau. of W. V. Le Quesne, Esq. of Jer.'ey.

Herbert Augustus, Professur ot Humanly in Melbourne
University, Australia, in. Helen Edmision, dau. of —
Edmiston, Esq. of Glasgow, and has issue.

Sarah Constance, in. 1844, Rev. R. Porter, Rector of
Kenn, Devon, and d. 1859, leaving a dau.

Edith Augusta, m. 1865, P. M. Hoare, Esq. of Luscombe
House, Devon, and d. 1880, leaving issue.

Rose Adela, deceased.

2 Frederick Kettleby, a Merchant and Consul to King of
Greece at Athens, m. Louisa von Shroeder, and d. 1875.
He had issue, Alfred Palamedes, architect, of London,
w(. Feb. 1874, Lucy, dau. of Capt. E. W. Laing, E.N. ;
Hugo Athenais; Maximilian.

3 Thomas Augustus, Incumbent of St. Paul's, Chippenham,
7)1. Elizabeth, dau. of Morgan Davies, Esq. of Pembroke,
and has issue.

I. Charlotte, of Coughton, co. Hereford, d. 1859.
The elder son.

Rev. Robert Strong, Rector of Brampton Abbotts, and first
portionist of Bromyard, Hereford, 6. April. 1768 ; d. 1849; he
m. 1st, 1793, Caroline Radegunda, eldest dau. of William
Roberts, and granddau. of Dr. Roberts, Master of St. Paul's
School, and had issue,

I. Robert (Rev.), Vicar of Painswick, co'. Gloucester, ra Miss
Gravenor, and d. 1856, having had issue,

1 Robert (Rev.), in. Ist, Eliza Gulielma, dau. of Rev.
George Way, and has issue,

Robert, m. 1881, Fanny, dau. of John Wood, Esq.,
Northfleet.
Rev. Robert Strong, Vicar of Shepscombe, co. Gloucester,
m. 2ndly, Frances, dau. of James Cox, of Clareaden, Tas-
mania, and has further issue,

Edmund Linwood, b. 1861.

Frances Juha.

2 Leonard, 7!i. 18CI, his cousin, dau. of Piev. Leonard
Strong.

3 William Edmund, m. 1st, a niece of Gen. Sabine, and
2ndly, Frances, dau. of Col. Peyton, Bombay army.

4 Carolus Arthur, m. Miss Curling, and d. Oct. 1878.

5 Ernest Clement, ra. i860, Harriette, dau. of Peter Kelly,
Esq. of Ballina, co. Mayo, and d. 18 !4, leaving Leonard
Ernest, b. 1861, and Louisa Caroline.

1 Julia, m. Rev. B. H. H. Browne, Rector of Sandford, co.
Oxford, and had by him (who d. 1878) issue.

2 Louisa Caroline, j/j, Capt. H. M. Robertson, R.A., andci.
at Lucknow 1882.

II. Leonard (Rev.), Rector of St. Matthew's, Demerara, ia.
1st, Miss Reed, and 2ndly, Maude, dau. of Sir Robert
Dundas, 1st Bart, of Becchwood, and d. Oct. 1874, leaving
issue,

1 Robert Dundas, 7)1. 18G9, Caroline, dau. of Thomas
Edgeton, Esq. of Teignmouth, and has issue.

2 James Leonard (Rev.).

1 Catherine Emma, m. Oct.. 1884, James Irvine, Esq. of
Liverpool.

Mr. Strong m. 2ndly, 1804, Sophia JIargaretta, dau. and co-
heir of James Bean, Esq., by Cornelia his wife, only child and
heir of Samuel Barlow, Esq., by Anne his wife, and sister and
heir of Dawsonne Drake, Governor of Madras, who was son of
George Drake, 2nd son of Sir Francis Drake, 3rd Bart, of Buck-
land, by his 3rd wife, Elizabeth Pollexfen, and had further
issue,

III. Clement Dawsonne (Rev.), Rector of St. Paul's, Bristol,
))). Charlotte, sister of J. Addington Symonds, M.D., of
Clifton, and has issue,

1 Dawsonne Melancthon, Col. 10th Bengal Lancers, nu



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1870, Marj", dau. of Percival Smith, Esq. of Clifton, and
had'issue,

Addington Dawsonne. Clement Percival.

Henry Melancthon. Hugh Capron, and two daus.

2 John Alexander, of the Admiralty, m. Aug. 1878, Luce-
bella, dau. of the late Marcus Theodore Hare, Esq., and
the Hon. Mrs. Hare, and relict of —Chambers, Esq., and
has issue,

Rupert Stanley, b. Oct. 1879.
Eustace Mordant, 6. 1882.
1 Agnes Mary Susana.
sv. Henry, of the Middle Temple, m. 1841, Mademoiselle
Elise la Cloche, heir of Jlont au Pretrc, Jersey, and ('.
at St. Helier's, Jersey, 1S84, having had issue (Desides two
daus.),
1 Henry Barlow. 2 Francis Drake.

3 Lorimer Wilson, to. 30 Nov. 1885, Augusta Beatrice, 3rd
dau. of Georse Horrocks, late Capt. 78th Higlanders
(Boss-sliire Buffs), andt)4th (Slaffordsliire) Eegt., and has
issue,

Anthony Paulett la Cloche, h. 14 Sept. 1886.
Irene Gabrielle la Cloche, twin with her brother.

V. Geoege, of The Chase.

I. Emily Margaretta, m. 1st, Pvcv. B. "Williams, and had
issue,

1 Benjamin Maurice, m. MissE. Tremlett.
She 911. 2ndly, T. Swainson, Esq., and has issue,

1 Agnes, m. 1868, Charles Espinette, of Wisconsin, U.S.

2 Janet, m. Cbarles Moody, of W isconsin.

II. Ellen, m. Eev. P. Sternschuss, of Cagedalc, co. Hero-
ford.

^„jis—Gu., within a bnrdure engrailed, an eagle displayed
or, quartering the arms of the circumnavigator Drake, viz. sa.,
a fcsse wavy between two pole-stars arg. Crest — An eagle
displayed or.

&.at— The Chase, Eoss, co. Hereford,



STRONG OF THORPE HALL.

Strong, Chaeles Isham, Esq. of Thorpe Hall,
CO. Northampton, J. P., High Sheriff cos. Cambridge
and Hunts 1876, b. 7 Sept. 1838; m. 27 Sept.
1864, Katharine Anne, only dau. of Eev. Percy
William Powlett, Eector of Frankton, co. Warwick,
and has issue,

I. William, b. 1 Jan. 1870. ii. Charles Powlett.

I. Diana Caroline. ii. Horatio. iii. Isabella.

IV. Grace. v. Katharine Mary.

Lineag-e.— Eev. William Steokg, of Thorpe Hall, J. P.,
son of the Vun. William Strong, Archdeacon of Northampton
(who d. 1842), by his wife, JIargaret (who d. 1848) m. Isabella
Mary, dau. of Eev. Charles Euseby ]sham,Eectorof Polebrooke,
great-grandson of Sir Justinian Isham, 4th Bart of Lamport,
and d. 10 May, 1866, leaving surviving issue,

I. Charles Isham, now of Thorpe Hall.

1. Caroline Charlotte, m. ¥. St. L. Pratt, Esq. ; d. 6 March,
1891, leaving i:5sue, twin daus.

Seat — Thorpe HaD, Peterborough, co. Northampton.



STROTHER OF KILLINGHALL AND
HIGHAM PARK.

Steothee, Thomas William, Esq. of Xilling-
iiall, CO. York, and of Higham Park, co. .North-
ampton, b. 27 Feb. 1865 ; m. 20 June, 1888,
Emily Maude, dau. of William Jardine, Esq. of
JBognor, and has issue,

Thomas Lancelot William, 6. 23 March, 1SS9.
John MarmaJuke, b. 1 Sept. 1892.
Katherine Maude, b. 31 July, 1890.

Lineag'e. — John Steothek, settled at Eipon, and was

Mayor in 1681. He d. in 1709, and left four sons and several

daus. His eldest son,
Wilfrid Stkotheb, m., and had issue ; his 2nd son,
Thomas Steothee, left issue, from whom the present family

are descended. His eldest son,
Thomas Strother, settled at Killinghall. His son,
John Stbother, of Killinghall, d. 1803, leaving issue,

Eichard, d. s. p. ; and

William Steothee, of Killinghall, whose son,

Thomas Steother, of Killinghall, m. 26 Nov. 1834; and d.

1879, leaving by Eleanor his wife, a son,
William Steothee, Esq. of Killinghall, in. IS Nov. 1863,



Catherine, 3rd dau. of the late William Watson, Esq. of Elm-
wood, Harrowgaie, and had issue,

Thomas William, now of Killinghall.

Helen. Ethel Mary.

Mr. Strother d. 1887.

Sonts— Killinghall, Eipley, co. York ; and Higham Park,
Higham Ferrers, co. Northampton.



STRTJTT OF BELPER,

Sthtttt, Geoege Henet, Esq. of Bridgehill,
Belper, co. Derby, J.P. and D.L., Higli Sheriff
1869, b. 14 Sept. 1826 ; m. 15 Sept. 1846, Agnes
Anne, only dau. of Edward Ashton, Esq. of West
End, Prescot, co. Lancaster, and has issue,

I. Geoege Herbert, of Makeney House, co. Derby, J. P., b.
21 April, 1854; m. 1876, Edith Adela, eldest dau. of
Major Charles Yelverton, Balguy, and has issue, with five
daus., a son, Geoege Ashton, b. 1878.

I. Susan Agnes.

II. Lucy Frances, m. 1879, Major Thomas Angelo Irwin, of
Lynehow, Carlisle.

III. Clara, d. 1 June, 1863.

Lineagre. — Jedediah Strutt, Esq. of Derby, 2nd son of
William Strutt, of South Normanton, m. 1755, Elizabeth, dau.
of William Woollat, of Derby, and dying 1797, left (with two
daus., Elizabeth, dau. of William Evans, Esq. of Darley
Hall, CO. Derby, and Martha, wife of Samuel Fox, Esq. of
Derby) three sons, i. William, his heir, father of Edwaed
Stedtt, 1st Loed Belpee; ii. Geoege Benson, of Bridgehill
House, Belper; and iii. Joseph, of Derby, m. Isabel, dau. of
Archibald Douglas, Esq. , and had, with a son, Joseph Douglas,
who d. s. p. 1821, two daus., Isabella, m. John Howard
Galton, Esq. of Hadzor House, co. Worcester, and Caroline,
m. Edward Nicholas Hurt, Esq., but d. s. p. 1834. The 2nd
son,

George Benson Stectt, Esq. of Bridgehill, Helper, m.
12 Aug. 1783, Catherine, youngest dau. of Anthony Eadford,
Esq. of Holbrook, co. Derby, and by her (who d. 31 May, 1842)
had issue, I. Geoege Henry, d. unm. 1821; ii. Jedediah, of
whom presently ; in. Anthony Eadford, of Milford, Derby,
J.P. and D.L., 6. 3 Nov. 1791, d. 2 June, 1875 ; iv. John, b. 16
Dec. 1793, d. 1858; i. Mary, d. 1828; and ii. Elizabeth, d.
1853. Mr. Strutt d. 3 Aug. 1841, and was s. by his eldest
surviving son,

Jedediah STEnTT, Esq. of Belper, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1849, b. 7 Sept. 1785; m. 1st, 12 April, 1810, Susannah,
only dau. of Joshua Walker, Esq. of Clifton House, Eother-
ham, and by her (who rf. 1846) had issue,

I. Geoege Henet, now of Bridgehill, Belper.

I. Catharine, m. 1833, Eev. Edward Henry Abney, Canon of
Lichfield and Eural Dean of Derby, of Mcasham Hall, and
d. 4 Oct. 1886, leaving issue, two sons and four daus. Ho
(/. 13 May, 1892.

II. Helen Susan, to. 1850, John Edward Norton, M.D., of
Chester, who d. 1872. She d. 30 Jan. 1891.

Hi. Marianne, m. 1840, Douglas Fox, Esq. of Brighton (who
d. 6 Oct. 1885), and has two sons and four daus.
Mr. Jedediah Strutt m. 2ndly, 15 May, 1850, Jane Eoberts,
youngest dau. of Myles Sandys, Esq. of Graythwaite Hall, co.
Lancaster, and niece of John, 8th Earl of Stair. He d. 1 Nov.
1854.

Arms — Sa., a chevron erminois between three crosscs-cross-
let or. C)-est — A dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow, habited
sa., cuffed erminois, charged on the sleeve with a cross-crosslot
fitehee or, holding in the hand a roll of parchment, all ppr.
Motto — Propositi tenax.

SeoX — Bridgehill, Belper, co. Derby.



STUART-GRAY OP GRAY
KINFAUNS.



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Stuaet-Geat, Edmund Aechibald, Esq. of
Gray, Einfauns, and Balmerino, co. Perth, J.P.
and D.L., M.A., Exeter Coll. Oxford, Barrister-at-
Law, b. 5 Not. 1840, m. 6 Sept. 1877, Anna Mary,
dau. of the late Eev. George J. CoUinson. Mr.
Stuart-Gray is heir presumptive to the earldom of
Moray {see Bueke's Peerage). He assumed in
1878 the additional name of Geay, on succeeding
to the family estates.

Lineage. — The Hon. Archibald Stdaet, second son of



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Francis, 9tli Eavl of Moray, and twin livother of Francis, the
10th Earl (.-cj Burke's Peaoga, b. 2 Feb. 1771, to. 17 March,
1793, Cornelia, youngest dau. of Edmund Morton Pk ydell,
Esq. of Milbcurne St. Andrews, Dorset, by whom (who d. 1
March, 1S30) he left at liis decease, 30 Oct. 1S32,

I. Francis Archibald, b. 5 Doc. 1793 ; d. uniii. 14 July,
1S75.

II. John Morton, d. unm. 1S40.

III. James Williaiii, d. unm. 1S50.

IV. Epmcnd Lvttkell, of whom presently.

V. Douglas Wynne, »i. -t Keb. 1S42, Marcia, yoimgcst dau.
of Francis Fo'wnes Luttrell. K.sq., and d. Dec. 1855, leaving
a son, Douglas Moray, 6. 22 Jan. 1843, d. 26 Nov. 1803.

VI. George Gray (.Ktv.), d. 11 June, 1835.
The 4th son.

Rev. Edmund Luttrell Stuart, Ecctor of ^Yinterborne
Houghton, CO. Dorset, 6. 21 Feb. 1798, m. 2 Sept. 1834,
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Kev. J. L. Jackson, Hector of Swanage,
Dorset, and d. 6 Nov. lsG9, having by her, who c'. 28 March,
18S5, had issue,

I. Edmund Archibald, of Kinfauns Castle.

II. 1-raiicis James, Lieut. -Col. late King's Liverpool Eegt., b.
24 Nov. 1842; m. 24 June, 18;9, Gertrude Floyer, dau. of
Eev. Francis Alfred Smith, Kector of Tarrant Itushton,
Dorset.

III. Morton Gray, M A. St. John's Coll. Camb., b. 16 April,
18.">5; ))i. 1890, Eiiiih Douglas, dau. of Capt. George i'al^
nier, R.N., and has issue, Kraneis Douglas, b. 1892.

I. Cornelia, m. 24 June, 1873, Rev. William Henry Augustus
Truell, Rector of Iwerue Courtney, and has issue.
S-'f! (,j— Kinfauns Castle, rerthshire ; and Gray House, Forfar-
shire.



BTJRNETT-STUART OF CRICHIE.

BrEXEXT-SirART, Eustace Eobertsox, Esq.
of Dens and Cricliie, co. Aberdeen, J. P., late of
7th Fusiliers and 79tli Highlanders, b. April,
1846 ; in. June, 1874, Carlotta Jane, dau. J. Lam-
bert, Esq. of Cottingliam, co. York, and has
issue,

I. John Theodosius, 6. March, 1SV5.

II. George Eustace, b. Aug. 1876.
in. Francis, b. Dec. 1877.

IV. Gilbert Robertson, h. March, 18S5.

Lineage. — John Bdrnett-Stuart, Esq. of Dens and
Ciichie (descended from Capt. Johu Stuart, of Dens and
Crichie, 6. 1659, d. 172y, whose dau. and heir, Theodosia, m.
John, son of John Burnett, of Daleladyes, co. Kincardine,
younger brother of Sir Thomas Burnett, 1st Bart, of Leys),
?;i. 1»01, Elizabeth Sarah, dau. of A. Horsfall, Esq. and by her
(who d. 1855) had issue,

I. John (Rev.), his heir.

II. Theodosius (Hev.), B.D., Prebendary of Wells and Vicar
of Wookey, Somerset, u.-. 1839, Maria Love, dau. of Capt. J.
Robertson, K.N.. son of James Robertson Barclay, Esq. of
Keavil, Fife, and d. ISGi. leaving issue,

1 Eustace UoBtRTSoN, now of Dens and Crichie.

2 Auirustiis Theodosius, b. Sept. 1848.

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