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9, Col. A. J. Storer, R.E.

2 Amy Frances Magdalen.

Mr. Lurnett-Stuart d. 1847, and was s. by his eldest son,

Rev. John Burnett-Stuart, of Dens and Crichie, d. unm..
1873, and was s. by his nephew, the present Eustace Robert-
son Buenett-Stuart, of Dens and Crichie.
iS'-iai^Crichie, Mintlaw, N'.B.
Club — Naval and Military.



Stuart, Alexander, Esq. of Inchbrcck, co.
Kincardine, and Laithcrs, co. Aberdeen, J. P. and
L).L., M.A., head and present representative of the
families of Stuart of luchbreck and Sibbald of
Kair, b. 8 June, 1S32 ; m. 21 June, 1864, lion.
Clementina Arbuthnott, dau. of John, 9th Viscount
Arbuthnott, and has issue,

I. John, b. 20 April, 1877.

II. Murray Stuart, 6. 27 Sept. 1878.

I. Clementina Graham, 6. 10 Jan. 1875.

Xiineag-e.— David Stuart, first of Inchbreck (1547), was
son of Andrew Stuart, of Johnston, or Laurencekirk, in the
Mearns, and grandson of Sir James Stuart, of Athol, son of
ilurdoch, Duke of Albany, who w as grandson of Robcbt II. ,

King of Scotland. David m. JEgidia, dau. of John Strathan-
chin, of Dallivaird, and had one son,

John .Stuart, of Inchbreck, m. Isabella, dau. of Walter
Spark, of Kirkside, and dying about 1612, wass. by his son,

Robert Stuart, of Inchbreck, m. 1st, Nichola, dau. oi
.■Alexander Keith, of Fhaisdo and Over Dysart, of which mar-
riage there was only one dau. Mary Stuart, who became co-
heir of her grandfather, m. William Keith, of Brotherton, her
cousin, and nephew of Earl Marisclial. Robert Stuart m.
2ndly, Sarah, dau. of Andrew Arbuthnott, of Fiddes, and by
her had two sons, David and Francis. Robert Stuart d.
about 1640, and was s. by his eldest son,

David Stuart, of Inchbreck, m. Margaret, dau. of Robert
Lyall, of Canterland, and w idow of John Cowie, Wadsetter oJ
Reduiire, by whom he had a son and successor,

William Stuart, of Inchbreck, m. Margaret, eldest dau.
and heir of David Guthrie, of Kair, son of Harry Guthrie,
of Halkerton, near Forfar, by Margaret his wife, dau. and
eventually heir of Dr. David Sibbald, of Kair. representative
of the very ancient family of Sibbald of Kair, and left two
sons, John and James; the latter, after serving with the
army in Holland, joined Prince Charles Edward in the civil
war in Scotland in 174.5-46, and fled, after Culloden, to France,
where he entered the French service, and d. at St. Omer in
1776, a Knight of the Order of St. Louis. William Stuart was
s. by his eldest son,

John Stuart, of Inchbreck, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Richard
Lawson, of Mill of Garvock, by whom he had five sons and
one dau., who m. Capt. James Leslie, of the 15th Regt. of Foot.
He Hi. 2ndly, Elizabeth, sister of James Leith, of Whiteriggs,
but by her left no issue. He was s. by his grandson (his
eldest son, David, having d. before his father),

John Stuart, of Inchbreck, m. his cousin, Isabella Wright,
granddau. of Harry Guthrie (Halkerton), and left luit one
child, a dau. Isabella, who d. unm. He was s. by his imcle,

John Stuart, of Inchbreck, Professor of Greek in Mari-
schal College, Aberdeen, m. Margaret Mowat, dau. of George
Mowat, Merchant in Aberdeen, a cadet of the ancient family
of Mowat of Ardoch and Lorjie, co. Aberdeen, and had three
sons, George Andrew, Alexander, and Charles, of Quebec-,
and two daus., Marjory and Maiy, widow of Alexander Glennie,
of May bank, Aberdeen. John Stuart was s. in 1827 by his
eldest son,

George Andrew Stuart, of Inchbreck, ?)i. Jane, dau. of
Alexander Dingwall, of Ranniestone, co. Aberdeen, butd. s. p.
(aged 51) 16 June, 1844, when he was s. by his brother,

Alexander Stuart, Esq. of Laithers and Inchbreck, J. P.
and D.L., b. 1 Jan. 1795; m. 1 Oct. 1828, Isabell.a, 2n<l dau. of
John Lawson, Esq., Capt. R.N., and d. 20 Dec. 1840, having
had issue,

Alexander, now of Inchbreck.

Walter Lawson, b. 17 Sept. 1836 ; d. 3 Feb. 1860.

Maiv, m. 186.5, Hugh James Rollo, Esq. of Edinburgh, who
d. 20 July, lb70.

Anns — Or, a fesse chequy az. and arg. between a lion passant
in chiet and a rose in base gu., all within a bordure engrailed
and gobonated compon6 of the second and third. Crest— A
civet-cat couchant ppr. il/o?(o— Semper paratus.

liendence — Laithers House, Turriff, co. Aberdeen.


Stuart, William Dugald, Esq. of Tempsforcl
Hall, CO. Beds, J. P., late Capt. King's Roval Kille
Corps, b. 18 Oct. 18G0; m. 11 July, 1893, Milli-
cent H. O., eldest dau. of late Capt. G-. W. Bulkeley
Hughes, J.P.

Lineagre. — The Hon. and Most Rev. William Stuart,
D.D., b. March, 1755, youngest son of John, 3rd Earl of Bute,
the celebrated Minister of George 111., was translated from
St. David's to the Areliiepiscopal See of Armagh and the
Primacy of All Ireland in 1800. His Grace m. 3 May, 1796,
Sophia JIargarct Juliana, dau. of Thomas Penn, Esq. of Stoke,
and by her (who d. 1847) had issue,

William, his heir.

Henry, ,M.P., d. 26 Oct. 1854.

Mary Juliana, m. Thomas, 2nd Earl of Ranfurly, and d. hi*
widow 11 July, 1866.

Louisa, d. unm. 1823.
The Archbishop d. 6 May, 1822, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Stuart, Esq. of Tempsford Hall, Heds, and Alden-
ham Abbey, Herts, J.P. and D.L., b. 31 Oct. 1798 ; m. 1st, 9 Aug.
1821, Henrietta Maria Sarah, eldest dau. of Admiral Sir Charles
Morice Pole, Bart., G.C.B., and by her (who d. 26 July, 135J>
had issue.





I. William, late of Tempsford and AUlenhani Abbey.

II. Charles Pole, of Saiulymount House, Woburn, J. P.,
Barrister-at-Law, 6. 7 May, 1826; m. 20 March, 1(:60, Anne,
elcitst (iau. of Robert Smyth, Esq. of Gaybrook, co. West-
iDf ath, and has Robert Alexander, b. 5 July, 1862 : Reginald
Pole, Lieut. N. Staffordshire ]:egt., b. 22 July, 1863 ; Charles
Dudley, b. 26 Oct. 1864 ; James Francis, b. 16 Nov. 1867:
<?. 5 July, 1876; Ralph E<m6, Lieut. E. A., 6. 9 April, 1869;
yrederick Clarence, 6. 5 Aug. 1S73 ; d. 12 Oct. 1879; Maud,
d. 11 March, 1889; Constance; Florence; Grace; and
Katharine, d. 3 May, 1887.

HI. Clarence Esme, 6. 29 May, 1827; m. 16 April, 1853,
Catherine, dau. of the late Col. Cuninghame, of Caddell
and Thornton, co. Ayr.

I. Mary Pole, in. 1 Aug. 1843, Jonathan Eashleigh, Esq. of
Menabilly, Curnwall, and d. 1852, leaving issue,

II. Henrietta Pole, in. 1845, Reginald Thistletuwayte Cocks,
Esq., and has issue, two daus.

III. Louisa Pole, m. 3 Aug. 1852, Rev. Oliver Matthew Rid-
ley, and d. 1858, leaving three sons and two daus.

Mr. Stuart m. 2nd!y, 31 Aug. 1854, Georgina Adelaide Fores-
ter, dau. of Gen. Walker, of the Manor House, Bushey, Herts,
and d. 7 July, 1874 (his widow m. 2ndly, 15 Dec. 1875, James,
9th Earl of Seafield), and was s. by his eldest son,

CoL. William Stuart, of Tempsford Hall and Aldenham
Abbey, J. P. for Herts, J.P. and D.L. for Beds, High Sheriff
1875, and J.P. for Hunts, and Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Bedford-
shire Regt., M.P. for Bedford 1854 to 1857, and 1859 to 1868,
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1851, b. 7 March, 1825 ;
m. 13 Sept. 1859, Katharine, eldest dau. of John Arinilage
Nicholson, Esq. of Balrath, co. Meath, and d. 21 Dec. 1893,
having by her (who d. 16 Oct. 1881) had issue,

I. William Dugald, now of Tempsford Hall.

II. Henry Esm>, b. 15 July, 1865.

I. Mary Cliarlutte Florence. ii. Elizabeth Frances Sybil.

Anns — Or, a fesse chequy az. and arg. within a double tres-
sure flory counterfloiy gu. Crest— A demi-lion rampant gu.
Ilotto — Avito viret honore.

Srt.?,?— Tempsford Hall, Sandy, Beds; and Aldenham Abbey,
Watford, Herts.


Villiers-Stuaet, Henry John Kichaed, Esq.
of Castletown, co. Kilkenny, J.P. cos. Tipperarj
and Kilkenny, late Lieiit.-Col. Waterford Militia
Artillery, formerly Capt. 6Stli Kegt., b. 3 March,
1837; m. 4 May, 1870, Jane Rigby, eldest dau. of
Eenjamin Eigby Murray, Esq. of Parton Place, co.
Kii'kcudbriglit, and has issue,

I. William Desmond, b. 1872.

II. Charles Herbert, 6. 1874.

I. Kathleen Jane. ll. Gertrude Elsie.

III. Marie Violet.

Lineage. — Lokd Henkt Stoart, 5th son of John, 4th
Earl and 1st Marquess of Bute, b. 7 June, 1777 ; m. 1S02, Lady
Gertnide Amelia Mason- Villiers, only dau. and heir of George,
2nd and last Earl of Grandison, and had issue,

I. Henrt, created 10 May, 1839, Lord Stuart de Decies, 6.
8 June, 1803; d. 23 Jan. 1874.

II. William, of whom presently.

in. Charles, b. 11 Sept. 1808; m. Nov. 1830, Elizabeth, dau.
of Rear-Admiral John Eouet SmoUet, of Bonhill, and d. 19
Dec. 1871. She d. 27 Jan. 1889.

I. Gertrude Amelia, d,. unm. 1826.
Lord Henry Stuart d. 1809. His 2nd son,

William Villiers-Stdart, Esq. of Castletown, co. Kil-
kenny, J.P. and D.L., M.P. co. Waterford 1835-47, Capt. 12th
Lancers, Lieut.-Col. Waterford Militia Artillery, 6. 21 Aug.
1804; m. 1 June, 1833, Katherine, only dau. of Michael Co.x,
Esq. of Castletown, co. Kilkenny (by Hon. Mary Prittie his
wife, dau. of Henry Sadleir, 1st Lord Dunally), and sister and
heir of Sir Richard Cox, 8th Bart, of Dunmanway (see Familij
of Cox below), and d. 7 Nov. 1873, having had issue,

I. Henry John Richard, now of Castletown.

31. Dudley, formerly of 51st Kegt., 6. Ib40.

I. Gerinide Mary, d. unm. 8 Jan. 185J.

II. Geraldine, m. 25 Aug. 1874, Arthur J. Chichester, Esq.

III. Evelyn.

J^amilg of Co-f.
Sir Richard Cox, 1st Bart, of Dunmanway, Lord Chief
Justice of Common Pleas in Ireland, was appointed, 1703, Lord
High Chancellor of Ireland, and was twice one of the Lords
Justices during the absence of the Lord- Lieutenant. He was
b. 1650, knighted 1692, and created a Baronet 21 Nov. 1706.
He 771. 26 Feb. 1673, Mary Bourne, by whom (who d. 1 June,
1715) he had, with seven daus., five sons,

1. Richard, M.P. for Tallaght 1705, and for Clonakilty 1717,
b. 2, Oct. 1677, ))(. 1st, 5 Sept. 1698, Susannah French, who
d. 10 Aug. 1716, and 2ndly, 13 March, 1719, Mary, dau. of
Very Rev. Arthur Pomeroy, Dean of Cork, and d. i\ p. lb
April, 1725, leaving issue by his 1st wife only (with four
daus ), three sons,

1 Richard (Sir), 2nd Bart, of Dunmanway, M.P. forClona-
kilry, 6. 23 Nov. 17C2; vi. 13 Dec 1725, Mary, dau. of
Right Hon. George Evans, and sister of George, 1st Lord
Carbery, which lady d. Jan. 17l'8. He d. Feb. 1766, hav-
ing had (with four daus., the eldest of whom, Mary, »;.
Joshua Hamilton, Esq., and had a son, Henry Hamilton,
who assumed by Act of Parliament, the surname of Cox),
three sons,

Richard, m. Eliza Turner, dau. of John Becher, Esq. of

Crcagh, co. Cork, and d. v. p.
Michael (Rev. Sir), 3rd Bart, of Dunmanway, m. 7 Jan.

1762, Hon. Elizabeth Massy, dau. of Hugh, 1st Lord

Massy, and w idow of John Arthur, Esq. of .Seafield, co.

Dublin, and d. 18 July, 1772, leaving (with one dau.)

two sons,

Richard Etre (Sir), 4th Bart, of Dunmanway, m.
Mary, dau. of Edward O'Brien, Esq., grandson of
AVilliam, 3rd Earl of Inehiquin, and sister of William
and James, 2nd and 3rd Marquesses ot Thomond,
and was accidentally drowned 16 Sept. 1784, leaving
by her (whom. 2ndly, the Right Hon. William Saurin,
Attorney-General for Irel.and) an only dau. Maria.

Michael, d. unm. before his brother.
George, d. unm.

2 James, b. 13 Dec. 1703 ; d. s. }■>.

3 John, of Bandon, b. 14 April, 1705, had Cwith four daus.)
three sons, of whom, Richard, the eldest, Capt. 46th
Regt. d. at theHavannah; John, the 3rd, Major H.E.I.C,
d. s. p. and the 2nd,

Michael, Lieut.-Col. in the Guards ; m. Jan. 1765, Anna
Maria, dau. of Daniel Sliea, Esq., a West Indian Planter,
and d. 4 Feb. 17»2, leaving by her (who d. Nov. 1793)
(with four daus.) four sons,

Richard (Sir), 5th Bart, of Dunmanway, b. 6 June,
1769 ; lost in his passage from Bengal, Sept. 1786,
d. s. p.

John (Sir), 6th Bart, of Dunmanway, an Officer in
the Life Guards, 6. 4 April, 1771; d. s. p. 23 Dec.
Michael Joseph, Capt. 1st Royal Scotch Regt. ; d. s.p.
at Antigua 1804.

George Mather (Sir), 7th Bart, of Dunmanway,
Majwr-Gen. Bombay Army, b. 24 Feb. 1777 ; d. s. p.
28 June, 1838.

II. Walter, 6. 8 Feb. 1679; d. 5 June, 1683.

III. John, b. 22 April, 1684; d. 2 Dec. 1692.

IV. William, b. 1 Jan. 1686; d. Aug. 1693.

V. Micliael (Most Rev.), D.D., Archbishop of Cashel, 6.
2 Nov. 1C91 : ordained Priest 20 Sept. 1713; Chaplain to
James, 2nd Duke of Ormonde, when Lord-Lieutenant ; con-
secrated Bishop of Ossory 29 May, 1743 ; translated to
Cashel 22 Jan. 1754; m. Anne, dau. of Hon. James O'Brien,
M.P. for Youghal, and granddau. of William, 3rd Earl of
Inehiquin, by whom (who d. 19 Jan. 1745), he left at his
decease, 28 May, 1779, an only son,

Richard, of Castletown, co. Kilkenny, 6. 15 Jan. 1745 ; m.
25 Jan. 1766, Mary, dau. of Francis Burton, Esq.,
brother of Sir Charles Burton, 1st Bart, of Pollacton,
and had (with two daus., 1 Rachael, m. Ponsonby
Hore, Esq., and 2 Anne, m. Hon. Price Blackwood)
five sous,

1 Michael, of Castletown, 6. 14 April, 1768; m. Hon.
Mary Piittie, dau. of Henry Sadleir, 1st Lord Dunalley,
and had issue,

Richard (Sir), 8th Bart, of Dunmanway, d. s. p. 7

May, 1846.
Henry, d. unm.
Katherine, heir to her brother, m. 1 June, 1833,

Liedt.-Col. William Villiers Stoart, M.P. co.

Waterford, afterwards of Castletown.

2 Francis (Sir), 9th Bart, of Dunmanway, 6. 23 July,
1769; m. Aug. 1803, Anna Maria, dau. of Sir Johu
F'erns, and d. s. p. m. 6 March, 1856.

S Richard (Rev.), Eectorof Cahirconlish, b. 20 Sept. 1771;
m. Sarah, dau. of Rev. Ralph Hawtrey, and had
Hawtret (Sir), ICth Bart, of Dunmanway, b. 1808 ;
7)1. 1857, Elizabeth, widow of Henry Hore, Esq., and
d. s. p. 12 April, 1872.

William Saurin, m. Mary, dau. of Major Miller, of co.
Deny, and had
Richard, d. unm. v. p.
Michael (Sir), 1 1th Bart., d. unm. 15 June, 1872.
Francis Hawtrey (Sir), 12th Bart, of Dunmanway,
m. 6 March, 1853, Emma Katherine, dau. of Duncan
McKellar, Esq., and d. s. p. 17 Oct. 1873, when the
baronetcy became extinct.
Maiia, m. Rev. Matthew Enraght.
Anne, m. Ber. Thomas Lyon.





4 AVilliam, b. 6 Jan. 1773; rf. s. p. in the West Imlies
before ISll.

5 Eenjaniin, b. 20 Jan. 177^ : tl. s. p.

Sir Richard Cos, the 1st Bart., Lord ChaiK'tllor, iL 3 May,
1733, aged S3 years.

.■in;is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a fesse chequy arg. and
az., within a double trossuro flury counteiflory gu. a martlet
for ditTerenee, for Stuakt; 'Jiul and 3rd, arjr., on a cross gu.
live escallops or, for Villiers. tVis;.*— 1st, a deiin-lion ram-
pant ru.; lind, ViLLiERs, .\ lion rampant arg., ducally crowned
or. Motto — .\vito viret honore.

<!>tcif— Castletown, Carrick-on-Suir, co. Tipperary.


YiLLiEKS-SxrAET, Henrt, Esq. of Dromaiia-
tvithin-tho-Doeies, co. Watcrford, 31. A., J. P. and
D.L., M.P. CO. Watcrford 1873 to 187-1, and 1880
to 1SS5, Yicc-Lieut. co. Watcrford 18?]. 1872 and
1S73, b. 13 Sept. 1827 ; m. 3 Aug. 1865, Mary, 2nd
dan. of Yen. Ambrose Power, Archdeacon of Lis-
niore, 4tli son of Sir John Power, 1st Eart. of Kil-
faiie, and has issue,

I. Henry Charles, 6. 1S67.

II. Gerald, b. 1SG9. in. Maurice Ambrose, b. 1870.

IV. Horace Gervase, 6. 8 Dec. 1872.

V. Patrick, b. 27 April, 1879.

I. Theresa. ii. Gertrude Gwendoline.

III. Mary. iv. Winifred.

!Mr. Yilliers-Stuarfc s. to the extensive estates of
Henry, Lord Stuart-de-Decies, at that nobleman's
decease, 23 Jan. 1874. He is the autlior of " Nile
Gleanings," " EgyjDt after the War," and other
works, and was commissioned by the Government
in 1882 to Tisit Egypt, and report upon the condi-
tion of the population after the battle of Tel-el-

,Sea«— Dromana, Cappoquin, co. Waterford.
Clubs— Heiorm, S.W., and Kildare Street, Dublin.


SirAET, John, Esq. of Kishorn, Eoss-shire, J.P.
and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, m. 1874, the dau. of
Alexander Stewart, of Achnacon, co. Argyll.

Liineage. — The Eight Hon. Sir John Stuart, of Loch
Carron, M. P., a distinguished lawyer, formerly Vice-Chancellor
of England, m. Jessie, dau. of Duncan Stewart, Esq., and had

I. DuGALD, of Dalness, co. Argyll, 6. 1817: m. 1876, Eliza-
beth Margaret, heir of Dalness, co. Argyll, only child of
Capt. Downing, and granddau. of Col. MacDonald, of Dal-
ness, and is deceased.

II. John, of whom we treat.

Sir John Stuart d. 1876.

Seat — Kishorn, Eoss-shire.
Club— Carlton.


Hamilton-Stubbee, Robert Hamilton, Esq. of
Moyne, Queen's co., J.P. and D.L., Higli Sheriff
1873, late Lieut. Eoyal Dragoons, b. 18 June, 1844 ;
r/i. 1st, 15 Nov. 1877, Adele Grainger, dau. of
Alexander Duncan, Esq. of Knossington Grange,
CO. Leicester, and by her (who d. 5 April, 1882)
has had issue,

I. PiOBEBT, b. 1879.

I. Olive, d. 1889.

He m. 2ndly, Sept. 1885, Georgina Alice Mary,
youngest dau. of George Power, Esq., 6th son of
Sir John Power, Bart, of KiKane, co. Kilkenny, and
has issue,
n. Margery Hamilton.

liineage.— .Ste Hamilton of Hampton ffall.

Eev. Alexander Chetwood Hamilton, liector of Thomas-
town, co. Kilkenny, eldcrson (by Hester his wife, dau. of Crewe
Chetwood,Esq.) of Robert Hamilton, Esq. of Dublin, who was
2nd son of Alexander Hamilton, Esq., M.P., of Knock, by

Isabella his wife, dau. of Robert Maxwell, Esq. of Finnebrogtie
III. ISOI, Eleanor, dau. and co-heir of Rev. Sewell Stubbeu
and assumed in consequence, by royal licence, the surname
and arms of Stubber. By her he had issue,

Robert, of Moyne.

Sewell, m. 1832. Selina, dau. of Sir John Robinson, 1st Bart.
of Rokeby Hall, co. Louth, and had issue.

AVilliam, m. 1829, Henrietta, dau. of Charles Powlett Doyne
Esq. of Portarlington, andhad issue. *

Alexander Chetwood, vi. Miss Storking.

Rieluird Hugh (Rev.).

Hester Maria, m. Abel John Caulfield Warren, Esq. of Low-
hill, CO. Kilkenny.

Haii-iet Anne. Sophia Elizabeth.

Anne Matilda, m. Francis Curry, Esq. of Lismore.
The son and heir,

Robert Hamilton Stubber, Esq. of Moyne. J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1831, b. 1 Oct. 1803; m. 2 May, 18^0, Olivia, dau.
of Rev. Edward Lucas, of the Castleshane family, and widow
of Henry Smyth, and had issue,

Robert Hamilton, now of Moyne.

Olivia Harriet Florence Hamilton,

Eleanor Fanny Beatrix Hamilton, m. 3 April, 1879, Lord
Richard Grosvenoi-, now Lord Stalbridge.
Mr. Hamilton Stubber d. 1SG3.

.^) JUS— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, erm. on apilesa. an heraldic
antelope's head eraser! or, for Stubber; 2nd and 3rd, arg., on
a bend gu. three martlets of the first, for Sewell. Crest— Oa
a nuiral crown gu. a martlet arg. il-Zo^io— Gladio et arcu.

Seat — Moyne, Durrow, Queen's co.

Clubs— Army and Navy, and United Service, and Kildare
Street, Dublin.


Stubbs, Arthtje, Esq. of Wigwcll Grange, co.
Derby, b. 23 Dec. 1840 ; m. 1st, 2t) Sept. 1866,
Frances Cecilia, dau. of Wilham Henry Goodwin,
Esq. of Wigwell Grange, and by her lias issue,

I. Arthur Goodwin, b. 10 Jan. 1871.

II. Reginald Francis Kirk, 6. 4 Feb. 1872.
I. Ada Cecilia.

He m. 2ndly, 18 Aug. 1887, Emma, widow of Henry
Lancaster Bellairs, Esq., M.A., of GoaJby Marwood,
CO. Leicester.

Lineage. — Walter Stubbs, Esq. of Beckbury Hall, Salop,
b. 1687 (son of Walter Stubbs, Esq., by Anne, of Beekbury
Hall, dau. of Sir Richard Astley, of Pattishull, Beekbury, &c.,
Bart, and Knt. Banneret, through whom two descents from
Edward 1.): m. 1712, Judith, dau. of John Gouldsmyth, of
Nantwicli and Stapeley Manor, Cheshii'e,and heir of her brother.
Dr. Jonathan Gouldsmyth, M.A., M.D., F.R.S., and d. 1754,
leaving by her (who d. 1760), with other issue, a son,

Rev. Jonathan Stubbs, B. a.. Fellow ofNcw College, Oxford,
■Vicar of Uttoxeter, m. March, 1807, Ann Kirk, of Derby, and
d. I'i Nov. 1810 (being thrown out of a carriage on his way to-
preach at St. Alkmands, Derby), leaving by her a son.

Rev. Jonathan Kirk Stubbs, M. A., Vicar of Harwood, co.
Lancaster, m. 15 F'eb. 1836, Alice, dau. of W. H. Mold, Esq.
of Makeney House, co. Derby, and by her (who d. 3 May, 1879)
had issue,

Arthur, now of Wigwcll Grange.

Francis Ann, in. Tliomas Dicken, Esq. of Barton-under-

Ellen, m. Capt. W. H. Sandison, of Edinburgh, and has-

Alice Jane. Edith.


Rev. Jonathan Kirk Stubbs d. 3 Nov. 1867.
Seat — Wigwell Grange, 'Wirksworth, co. Derby.


Stuckey, Vincent, Esq. of Hill House, co.
Somerset, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1S83, b. May,
] 820 ; m. April, 1865, Mary, dau. of Rev. Thomas
Prowso Lethbridge, son of Sir Thomas Buckler
Lethbridge, Bart, of Sandhill Park, co. Somerset,
and by her has issue,

Phyllis Julia.
Olive Mary.

Mr. Stuckey assumed the name of Stucket in 1861,
by royal licence.





liineag'e. — Tlie Stuckey family have been settled in Lang-
port, Somerset, for nearly 250 years.

William Cole Wood, Esq. of Martock, co. Somerset, m.
Mary Horsey, and left a son,

Kev. William Wood, of Staplegrove, co. Somerset, jk. Julia,
eldest dau. of Vincent Stuckey, Esq. of Hill House, Langport,
and by her (who d. 183'2) had issue,

ViNOENT, now of Hill House.

William Stuckey, m., and d. 1870, leaving issue, six sons and
two daus.

Bev. William Wood d. 1872.

Arms — Per bend sinister dovetailed or and az., a lion ram-
pant double-queued ermine, on a canton of the second a mascle
ol the first.

Crest— A demi-lion rampant double-queued ermine charged
with a mascle az.

Motto — Fortitudine et fidelitate.

Seat — Hill House, Langport, Somerset.


SttjDI), Edwaed Faiefax, Esq. of Oxton, Devon,
and Banchor, Mov, Inverness, M.A. and B.C.L.,
Barristev-at-Law, b. 26 Nov. 1855 ; m. 3 April, 1877,
Evelyn, 3rd dau. of Sir Arthur Chichester, Stli Bart,
of Youlston, North Devon, and has issue,

I. Edward Arthur Chichester, b. 13 March, 1880.
n. Francis Cyril Kupert, 6. 1881.

III. Ernest George, b. 1883,

IV. Eric Fairfax, b. 1890.

V. Theodore Quintus, b. 1893.

I. Gladys Mary. ii. Sybil Daphne.

III. Cynthia Evelyn. iv. Enid Eulalie.

Lineage. — Major-Gen. Edwaed Stddd, of Oxton, J.P.
and D.L., served as High Sheriff 1862, Lieut. -Col. Com-
mandant 76th Regt. (son of Edward Studd, Esq,, H.E.I.C.S.,
by Mary his wife, only dau. of Christopher Bell, Esq. of Suf-
folk), b. 1799 ; TO. 1st, 1821, Mary, dau. of William Spurrier,
Esq. of Albrighton Hall, Salop, and 2ndly, 18.'55, Beatrice
Emma, dau. of Charlton Bayly, of Sidmouth, by whom he had

I. Edward Fairfax, now of Oxton.

II. Alnod Ernest, late Lieut. 15th Hussar.s, 6. 26 Sept. 1857,
m. 1880, Rose Beatrice Maclean, and has two daus., Olive
Muriel and Hilda.

Major-Gen. Studd d. 6 Dec. 1877.

Arms — Gu., alien rampant between three crescents arg., on
a chief embattled of the last a tilting-spear in fesse, the head
to the sinister, the staff encircled by a chaplet of oak, all ppr.
CV'esi— Out of a mural crown two arms embowed in armour, the
liands in gauntlets, holding a tilting-spear encircled by a chap-
let of oak, as in the arms, all ppr.

Seat — Oxton, near Exeter.

Toun Residence— 130, Queen's Gate, S.W.


Studdeet, Eichaed, Esq. of Bunratty Castle,
CO. Clare, J.P., High Sheriff 1874, Capt. RN.
(retired), m. 1877, Helen, dau. of James Denniston,
Esq. of Greenock, co. Renfrew, and has issue,

I. Thomas, b. 1880. ii. Richard.

I. Alicia Agnes. ii. Helen Anne FitzGerald.

III. Jane Fairiie Denniston.

Lineage. — The Stodderts are said to have been of great
antiquity in cos. York and Suffolk. In 1669,

Rev. George Stdddebt, Chaplain to King William III., was
appointed Rector of the livings of Kilpeacon and Rathkeale,
and made Chancellor of the Diocese of Limerick. He obtained
grants of lands to a large extent, and settled on his estate of
Arleraan, co. Limerick, which property has devolved and is
now in the possession of the family. He to. 1695, Milicent,
dau. of George Rose, Esq. of Morgans, co. Limerick, sister of
the Right Hon. Henry Rose, Chief Justice of the King's Bench,
and had (with two daus.) four sons,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. George, b. 1697; m. Miss Eyre, of co. Galway, and settled
in King's co.

III. Richard, obtained lands in co. Clare, and settled at Clon-
deralaw. He in. Miss Pratt, and had issue, three sons and
one dau.,

1 George, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Studdert, Esq. of
Bunratty, and was s. by his son, George, of Clonderalaw,
who m. 1828, Ellen, sister of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., M.P.

for CO. Limerick, and d. 1857, and was s, by his son,
George Lloyd, of Clonderalaw, co. Clare, J. P., late Capt.
r2th Regt., 6. 25 Nov. 1828; to. 25 Jan. 1861. Mari

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