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Jane, dau. of Dr. Lloyd, of Limerick, and by her (who d.
1872) has issue, George, b. 22 May, 1865; Edward, b. 31
May, 1866; Maria, 6. 1861 ; Ellen, b. 1863; and Fanny,
b. 1867.

2 Maurice (Rev.), D.D., m. Miss Paterson, and was .5. by
his son, Richard (Rev.), who 7«. Juliet, dau. of Robert
Scott, Esq., M.P. for Newry, and left issue, Richard, of
Mount Rivers, m. Frances, dau. of the Hon. George Massy,
and had a son, Richard Massy, of Fort House, co, Clare,
J. P., Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 7th Brigade South Irish
Division, R.A., and Auditor of Local Government Board
at Belfast.

3 Jonas, Barrister-at-Law, vi. a dau. of Thomas Crowe,
Esq. of Dromore House.

1 Anne, to. Andrew WeLsh, Esq. of Newtown, J.P. for
cos. Clare and Limerick.
IV. Maurice, of Elm Hill.

I. Elizabeth, m. 1st, — Freeman, Esq., and 2ndly, — Lang-
ford, Esq., both of co. Limerick.

II. Agnes, m. — Southwell, Esq.
The eldest son,

Thomas Studdert, Esq., b. 1696, acquired property in cos.
Clare, Limerick, and Kerry, and took up his residence at the
Castle of Bunratty. He m. 1st, Madame Cusack, by whom the
estate of Kilkishen came into the family, and 2ndly, Miss-
Parker, of Castle Lough, and had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. George, of Kilkishen, m. 1788, Hann.ah, [dau. of John
Blood, Esq. of Castle Fergus, and had issue,

1 Thomas Studdert, Esq. of Kilkishen, his successor, who
m. 1807, Milicina, dau. of Robert Ashworth, Esq., and
sister of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Charles Ashworth, Governor of
Oporto, and d. 19 July, 1873, having had issue by her
(who d. Jan. 1850),

Robert Ashworth Studdert, Esq. of Kilkishen House, co.
Clare, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1848, late Major
Clare Militia, b. 31 Dec. 1817; r,i. 18 Jan. 1849, Maria,
eldest dau. of Rev. William Waller, of Castletown, and
had a son, Tliomas, b. 1850 ; d. 1869.

George Frederick, b. 28 Dec. 1816; rf. 12 May, 1S4G.

2 George, m. Miss Massy, and was father of

George, of Glenwood and Kilnamona, co. Clare, in. Jano,

dau. of Hugh Russell, Esq. of Limerick, and granddau.

of Capt. Neptune Blood, of Roxton House, co. Clare,.

and had issue,

George Hampden de Clare (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of

Edwardstone, Boxford, Suffolk.
Jane Agnes.

Thomasina Bloomfield, in. Reginald E. B. Guin-
ness, Esq., son of R. G. Guinness, Esq., M.P., and
grandson (maternally) of Sir Charles Jenkinson, 10th
Bart, of Hawkesbury, and has issue, Jane Agues

3 Richard (Eev.), in. Mary, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. O'Meara,
and has issue.

1 Elizabeth, m. George Waller, Esq. of Prior Park, brother
of Sir Robert Waller, Bart, of Lisbrain, and uncle to Lord

2 Mary, m. George Mansergh, Esq. of Riversdale, co. Kil-

3 Alicia, m. her cousin, Thomas Studdert, Esq. of Bun-

I. Elizabeth, to. 1787, George Studdert, Esq. of Clanderalaw.

II. Milicent, to. William Spaight, Esq. of Corbally.

Mr. Studdert, who served as High Sheriff of co. Clare 1727, was
s. at his decease by his elder son,

Thomas Studdert, Esq.of Bunratty Castle, Deputy-Governor
of CO. Clare, b. 1748 ; m. 1778, Anne, dau. of James Fitzgerald,,
Esq. of Shepperton, and had issue,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. James Fitzgerald, Lieut. 16th Regt., deceased.

III. George, m. Letitia, dau. of Very Rev. Stewart Blaclier,
Dean of Leighlin ; d. and left issue,

1 Thomas, Capt. R.E., deceased.

2 Abraham Wellington, m. Miss Cooper; d. and left

3 Stewart Blacker, deceased.

4 George (Kev.), m. Caroline Amelia, dau. of ^laj-ir
Priestly, Deputy-Inspector-General of Constabulary ia,
Ireland, and had one dau., deceased.

1 Elizabeth, to. Dr. O'F'laherty.

2 Anne, deceased.

IV. Charles Fitzgerald, m. ISOS, M.aria, dau. of Robert Wo-
gan, Esq. of Dublin, and dying 27 Nov. 1851, left issue,

1 Robert Wogan. of Cullane, Kilkishen, J.P., 6. 1815; ■,,;.
1840, Kate, dau. of Admiral O'lirien, and has (with
another son) Robert O'Brien, J.P. co. Clare, 6. 1842; m.
1st, 12 F'eb. 1874, Marianne, dau. of Rev. Lord Adam
Loftus, and 2ndly, 1884, Maria Frances, eldest dau. of





Henry L. Puxley, Esq. of Dunboy, co. Cork, and has
issue by the former, Thomas George Herbert, b. Is7n.

2 Charles TitzgeraUi, of Newmarket House, J. P., Srajor
late sOth Kegt., 7ii. ISC2, Eliza, dau. of Charles I'utland,
Esq. of Brayhead, co. Wicklow.

5 Frederiek, deceased.

4 William Steele, of Keeper View, O'Brien's Bridge, co.
Clare, J. P., b. S Nov. itill ; m. 6 July, 1S54, Constance,
tlau. of Kobert George Massy, Esq. of Avondale, son ol
Hon. George Massy, and has three sons, Charles Henry
Thompson, b. 13 Sept. 1850 ; William John JIassy, b. Iti
Doc. l!?57 ; and Hugh Samuel, b. oO April, ISCl ; and one
Uau. Constance Helen.

t George (Major), J. P., of Craggane Tower, co. Clare,

late Major Clare Militii, m. 1858, Airnes, 2nddau. of Kev.

Charles Waher, of Trimley, SutTolk, and had, with two

sons and two daus., Keginald Waller, M.A., B.C.L., 6.

1860; d unm. 14 May, 1886.

T. John Fitzgerald (Admiral), J. P., of Pclla, m. 1831, Anne,

dan. of Kev. Kichard Welsh, of Newtown House, co. Clare,

and d. 1867, leaving issue by her (who d. 1878),

1 Thomas, Lieut. R.N., b. 1833; d. 1863.

2 iLichard, of Pella, Kilnish, co. Clare, served in Royal
Maiine Artillery in Crimea and China, and as Capt. and
Adjutant of London Artillery Brigade, 6. 1835 ; vi. 1860,
Waiia Isabella, youngest dau. of William Ansdale Leech,
Esq. of Katlieran, co. Mayo.

3 John Fitzgerald, of Lochnavar, co. Clare, b. 1848; m.
1869, Mary Catherine, eldest dau. of Capt. Charles Hall,
E.N., and has, with a dau. Anne Welsh, John Fitzgerald,
b. 1872.

1 Jane Anne, »!. 1857, John Mariner Eedmayne, Esq. of
South Dene, co. Durham.
VI. Edward, settled in Canada, m. Miss Kilburn, sister of Col.

Kilburn, d. and had issue.
J. Mary. ;7!. Rev. Robert Gabbett, Rector of Castletown, and
Vicar-General of Killaloe, deceased.

II. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Edward Eyre Maunsell, of Fort Eyre,

III. Caroline, deceased, m. 1st, Marcus, son of Marcus Pater-
son, Esq., by JIary his wife, sisier of Valentine, 1st Earl of
l>un raven, and 2ndly, E. W. Burton, Esq. of Clifden House,
CO. Clare.

Mr. Studdert d. 1825, and w.^s s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Studdert, Esq. of Bunratty Castle, J. P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1S25, b. 1779 ; m. Alicia, dau. of George Studdert,
E.-;q. of Kilkislien, by Hannah his wife, dau. of John Blood,
Esq. of Castle Fergus, and had issue,

I. Thomas De Clare, d. unm. 1866.
Ji. George, of Arleman, co. Limerick.

III. Richard, now of Bunratty.

IV. Robert, m. 1st, a niece of Lieut. -Gen. Hawkshaw, and
2ndly, dau. of Rev. J. B. Langtoo, and settled in Australia ;
d. leaving issue.

V. Charles.

VI. John Fitzgerald, Resident Magistrate for qo. Carlow, m.
Alice, widow of Arthur Bastable, Barrister-at-Law, and d.
1870, having had one son and two daus.

VII. Augustine Fitzgei'ald, m. Margaretta, dau. of John Fer-
guson, Esq. of Glenmore, Bute, and has issue,

1 Thomas De Clare.

2 Augustine FitzGerald.

3 Richard.

4 John Ferguson.

1 Anna. 2 Margaretta.

I. Hannah Maria.

II. Alicia, r,i. Gen. Frederick Maunsell, Col. 8otli King's
Light Infantry.

III. Elizabeth.

IV. Mi.icent Anne, m. John S. Gabbett, Esq. of Castle

Mr. Studdert d. Aug. 1870, and was s. by his 2nd son, the
jiresent proprietor.

Anns — Az., three mullets arg. Crest — A demi-horse ram-
pant, environed round the body by a ducal coronet or. Motto —
Kelulgent in tenebris.

.btiU— Bunratty Castle, Bunratty, co. Clare.


SirDDY, Henet, Esq. of Waildeton Court, co.
Devon, J.P. and D.L., Capt. South Devon Militia,
h. 10 Sept. 1820 ; educated at Winchester and
Downing CoU., Cambridge; s. his father 1834, and
liis great-uncle 1840 ; m. 7 June, 1842, Eleanor
Trances, eldest dau. of Rev. Robert Holds worth, J. P.,
Prebendary of Exeter, and 50 years Vicar of Urix-
liam (see Holdsworth of Widdicombe), and by
her (who d. 1890) has issue,

I. Hen-rt, late Commander R.N., 6. 1843 ; m. 18G7, Amelia
Margaret Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Edward Cropper, Esq.

II. Robert AYright, Col. late Manchester Regt., b. 1 Oct.

III. John, 6. 1849 ; m. Ada Mary Needhara.

IV. Ernestlloldsworth.Capt. late 32nd Uegt., b. 1851: m. Feb.
1874, Constance, eld. dau. of the late Rev. llayter George
Hayter-Hames, Rector of Chagford {see that family), and
has issue, George Ernest ; Hubert Charles, and Ernes-
tine Constance.

v. Thomas Edward, 6. 1855; m. 23 Oct. 1883, Mary Fannie,
dau. of Bertram Francis Barton, Esq. of Woolton Hill,
Hants, and has issue,

I. Harriet Elizabeth.

II. Eleanor Sarah, m. 1869, Joseph Babington Macaulay,

III. Georgina Frances, m. 1873, Martin Leslie-Leslie. Esq.

liineag-e. — This family have been settled in Devon for
mairy generations.

He.vry Stdddy, Esq. of .\bbotskerwell, co. Devon, h. 1679;
d. 1763, leaving by Mary Dodd his wife, issue,

John, of whom presently,

Dorothea, in. the eldest son of Sir — Thomas, Bart.

Mary, m. — F'insoa.

The son,

John Studdy, Esq. of Ipplepen, co. Devon, m. — Bradridge,
and had issue,

John, d. unm.

Henry, of Waddeton Court, to. — Rogers, and d. s. p. 1840,
and was s. by his grand-nephew Henkt, now of Waddeton

Thomas Bradridge.
The 3rd son,

Thomas Bradridge Stcddy, Esq. of Coombe House, Ipple-
pen, Devon, Col. of the Haytor Volunteers 1812, m. Susan
Bradridge, and by her (b. 1769, d. 1800) had, with other issue,

John, d. ill the West Indies.

Henkt, of whom presently.

Sarah, d. unm.

Elizabeth, d. unm.
The 2nd son.

Commander Henry Studdy, R.N., of Coombe House,
Ipplepen, 6. 22 Nov. 1794; m. 1 Dec. 1819, Harriet, dau. of
R. Bray, Esq. of Winchelsea, and d. April, 1834, having by
her (who d. 23 April, 1824), with a dau. Harriet,- who d. young,
a son,

Henry Studdy, Esq. now of Waddeton Court.

Arms — Az., on a saltire wavy or betv/een three estoiles of
the second one in chief and two in fesse, and a fish naiant in
base arg. a leopard's face of the field. Crests — A denii-tiger ppr.
collared az., supporting between the paws an anchor erect sa.
Hlotto — Fide sed cui vide.

Scat — Waddeton Court, Brixham, Devon.


Studholme, Joseph, Esq. of Ballyeighan and
Kilmaine, J.P. for King's Co., m. 11 July, 1878,
Mary Hastings, only dau. of James Robert Davis,
Esq. of Bagot Street, Dublin, by Charlotte Eliza-
beth his wife, dau. of Robert Atkins, Esq. of Eir-
ville, CO. Cork, and has had issue,

I. John, &. 9 June and d. 5 July, 1882.

II. Launcelot Joseph JIoore, 0. 21 Sept. 1884.

I. Elizabeth Charlotte Anne.

II. Mary Hastings.

Liineagre. — John Studholme, Esq. of Studholme, Abbey
Holme, and afterwards of Morton Head, Cumberland, sold the
last of the family estates. Ho vi. Elizabeth Nixon, and had

I. Joseph, now of Ballyeighan and Kilmaine.

II. John, resident in New Zealand, m. Ellen Moorehouse, of
York, and lias issue.

III. Michael, resident in New Zealand, m. and has issue.

IV. Paul.

I. Fanny.

II. Elizabeth.

III. Ada, TO. Charles Baker Stoncy, M.D., and has issue.
Arms — Vert, a horse arg., caparisoned or, on a chief of the

second three spur-rowels gu. crest — A horse's head couped
arg., bridled or.
Heat — Ballyeighan, Parsonstown, King's Co.


Suckling, Ret. Robert Alfred John, of
Barsham, Suffolk, Lord of the Manors of Barsham





and Sliipmeadow, Vicar of St. Alban the Martyr,
Holborn, E.G., and Patron of the liTings, b. 1842.

Liineag-e.— This is a very ancient family, formerly seated
in Norfolk, where they were connected with and possessed of
the manor of Woodton-cum-Langhall since the reign of
Edward III.

Thomas Suckling, alias Esthawe, was admitted to a mes-
suage and land in the manor of Woodton, a.d. 1348, his son,
John SncKLiNO, living in 1353, is presumed to be grandfather
of Philip Suckling, who was possessed of the same messuage
and land in 1430, and had a son, Stephen Suckling, living in
1479. Fourth in descent from him was

KoBERT SocKLiNG, Esq. of Woodton, son of Richard Id.
1551), grandson of Robert (d. 1539), and great-grandson of
John Suckling, of Woodton, whose father, John, was sen of
the above Stephen, living 1476. He m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of
William BarwicU, and had issue,

Edmond (Very Rev.), D.D., Dean of Norwich. He gave the
communion plate to ihe cathedral; they bear the arms of
Suckling, impaling iho-e of the deanery, with a Latin in-
scription. By Aniie his wife he had two daus., one m. Rev.
Thomas Spendlove, Prebendary of Norwich Cathedral, and
the second, Lucy, j)i. Thomas Marsham, of Stratton Lawless.

Robert, of Compania.

John (Sir), of whom presently.

Anne, in. Thomas Layer, Esq. of Norwich.

Slaiy, m. — Hassell, Ksq., of London.

Elizabeth, m. Charles Cardinal, Esq. of Dcdliam, Essex.

Maud, m. Sir Peter Gleane, Knt.

Robert Suckling ra. 2ndly, Johanna, dau. of William Cardinal,
Esq. of Bromley, and bad further issue,

Charles, of whom hereafter, as representative of the family
on the deith s. p. of his nephew, Sir John, the poet.
Christopher, of Wix, in Essex.

Mr. Suckling served as representative in Parliament for the
city of Norwich in the years 1570 and 1585. He was a member
of the Company of Merchant Adventurers, and his arms, im-
paled with those of that community, are still in the spandrils
of the old hall at Woodton, which he erected, having pur-
chased the manor and advowson thereof from Sir Christopher
Hayden, for about £300. He possessed, previously, almost all
the land in the parish; but, as the manor was only then
acquire d, Blomfield, the historian of Norfolk, commences with
this gentleman, thus accounting for the mistake Nelson's
biographers have all committed, in saying that " his lordship's
maternal ancestors, the Sucklings, have been resident at
Woodton for three centuries," whereas _/lr« would be nearer the
truth. Robert Suckling's 3rd son, but eldest to leave male

Sib John Suckling, Knt., Privy Councillor to James I., m.
1st, Martha, sister to Lionel Cranfield, 1st Earl of Middlesex ,
and Lord Treasurer, and '.indly, a dau. of — Reeve, of Bury St.
Edmunds, Suffolk. By the first only he had issue,

John (Sir), his heir.

Lionel, d.s.p.

Anne, m. Sir John Davis, Knt. of Pangbourne, and d. 1659.

Mary, d. unm. 1658.

Sir John d. 1627, and was s. by his son,

Sir John Suckling, the celebrated poet, 6. 1610; d. issue-
less, 7 May, 1641, when the representation of the family passed
to his uncle,

Charles Suckling, Esq. of Woodton, m. 1st, Mary, dau. and
co-heir of Stephen Drury, Esq. of Aylshani,and by her had an
only son, Robert, his heir. He to. 2ndly, Dorothy, dau. of
Anthony Drury, Ksq. of Beesthorpe, and had, with other issue,
a sou, Charles, of Bracondale, who m. Maria Aldrieh, of Man-
green Hall, and d. in I0C6. Mr. Suckling d. iu 1644, and was
«. by his son,

Robert Suckling, Esq. of Woodton, High Sheriff for Nor-
folk in 1664, m. 1st, Anne, 3rd dau. of Sir Thomas Wodehouse,
Bart, of Ivimberley, M.P., by Blanch, his wife, dau. of John,
Lord Hunsdon, and had a son, Robert, his heir. He m. 2ndly,
Margaret, 2nd dau. of Sir William Doyley, Bart. ofShottisham,
by whom he had,

Horario. William.

Elizabeth, m. Abraham Castell, Esq. of Yarmouth.

Mr. Suckling d. 1699, and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Suckling. Esq. of Woodton, rn. Sarah, dau. of
Maurice Shelton, Esq. of Shelton, and, dying 1708, left two
sons and one dau.,

Robert, his heir.

Maurice (Rev.), D.D., Prebendary of Westminster, m. Anne,
elder dau. of Sir Charles 1 urncr, Bart, of Warham, by
Mary his wife, sister of the celebrated Sir Robert Walpole,
K.G., and liad issue,

I. Maurice, Capt. R.N., m. Mary Walpole, niece of Robert,
1st Earl of Orlord, butd. s. p. This gentleman, the early
patron of Nelson, fought, on the 21st Oct. 1757, a gallant
naval action off Cape FranQois, with three ships, cari-jing
184 guns, and 1,232 men ; he defeated a French squadron
of much heavier metal, bearing 3GG guns, and 3,440 men.
He was subsequcnrly returned to Parliament for Ports-
mouth, made Comptroller of the Navy, and one of the
Elder Brethren of the Tiinity House. It is not a little
singular that the yreat action of Trafalgar was fought on
the same day of the month, the 21st Oct., and to the
circumstance Nelson alluded at the commencement of
that memorable engagement.

II. William, of Banham Haugh, Norfolk, Comptroller of
Customs, 6. 1730; )?t. Mary Ram sa> ; d. 1798. He had issue,

1 William, Cul. 3rd Dragoon ;Guards. m. a dau. of G.
Wybrew, Esq., and had issue.

William Benjamin, retired Admiral, u. 1788; m. 1847.
Caroline, dau. of William Loaden, Esq., and had
issue, one dau.,

Florence Horatia, in. 1876, Thomas Suckling, R.N.
Horace. William Nelson. Nelson.

2 Horace (Rev.), Rector of Barsham, m. 1796, a dau. of
George Jackson, Esq., and had issue,

Richard Randall (Rev.), m. 1S37, Maria, dau. of J.

Owen, Ksq., d. s. p.
Robert William, Capt. R.N., m. Charlotte, dau. of H.

Amadrozy, Esq.
Mary Anne, m. Ib32, Major F. Acton, of Gatacre Park,


I. Catherine, b. 9 May, 1725 ; m. 1 1 May, 1749, Rev. Edmund
Nelson, M.A., Rector of Burnham Thorpe, co. Norfolk, ana
had issue,

Maurice Nelson, 6. 1753; d. g. p. 1801.
William Nelson, 1st Earl Nel.son.
Horatio Nelson, Viscount Nelson, the hero of Tra-

Susannah Nelson, b. June, 1755; m. Thomas Bolton,
Esq., and their son. Thomas, succeeded as 2nd Eail
Nelson (see Burke's Peerage).
Anne Nelson, </. s. p.

Catherine Nelson, m. George Matcham, Esq. of Ashfold
Lodge, Sussex.

Lucy, in. Thomas Stone, Esq. of Bedingham, and d. s p.
Mr. Suckling was s. by his elder son,

Robert Suckling, Esq. of Woodton, in. Dorothy, dau. of
John Berney, Esq., and d. 1734, leaving issue,

Denziel, in. Hannah Tubby, and left at his demise, 1744, a
son, Robert., who d. s. p.\

Robert (Rev.), d. s. p.

Richard, of whom presently.

Horace (Rev.), </. without issue.

Mary, m. Roger Howman, Esq.
The 3rd son,

Richard Suckling, Esq., to. Ann Kilbert, and was father of

Robert Suckling, Esq. of Woodton, Capt. West Norfolk
Militia, in. Susannah Webb, a descendant of Inigo Jonts, and
had issue,

Robert George, Capt. R.A., d. s. p. in the West Indies.

Maukice William, his heir.

John Thomas, m. Mary Anne. dau. of — French, Esq. of

Broome, co. Suffolk, and had issue.
Anna Maria, HI. at St. Peter's Church, Norwich, about 1794,

Alexander Fox, Esq., and had an only son,
Altred Inigo Fox, successor to his uncle.
Emily Susanna, rn. Nicholas Cheeseman, Esq. of co. York,

and had, with other issue, a son,
Robert Suckling Cheeseman.

The entail having been cut off, Capt. Suckling settled the
estate on his son, Maurice William, and, failing his issue,
on the son of liis eldest dau. He d. 1812, aad was s. accord-
ingly by

Maurice William Suckling, Esq., Lieut. R.N., m. 1st,
Catharine, dau. of — Framlingham, M.D., and2ndly, Caroline,
dau. of — Ramell, Esq., but dying issueless, 1 Dec. 18-0, the
estates passed under the settlement to his nephew, Alfred
Inigo Fox, who, having assumed the surname and arms of
Suckling, s. as

Rev. Alfred Inigo Suckling, of Woodton Hall, LL.B.,
J.P. Norfolk, 6. 31 Jan. 1796 ; m. 31 Jan. 1816, Lucy Clemen-
tina, dau. of Samuel Clarke, Esq., and d. 1856, having had

Robert Alfred (Rev.), Incumbent of Eussage, co. Glou-
cester, 6. 18 July, 1818 ; m. 1840, Anna Maria, dau. of John
Yelloly, Esq. of Cavendish Hall, Suffolk, and d. v. p. 1851,
leaving issue,

Robert Alfred John, the present representative, who
s. his grandfather 1856.

Thomas, E.N., 6. 1844; m. Is76, Florence Horatia, only

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child of Admiral W. B. Suckling, of HiKliwood, Eonisey,
John Lionel, of Baishani, Blanford, Now South Walo?,
6. 1S4S ; ?". 1S7-', Jlaiy, dau. of J. 1\ AYiight, Esq., J. 1'.,
Mununindi, X.S.W.

Anna Maria. Mary Sarah.

Constance Hopton.
:\Iaunce Shelton(Rcv.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Rector of
Sliipmeadow, /(. l*l;»; m. 1S50, Barbara, dau. of M. Coates,
Esq., and has a dau.,
Sarah Shelton.
Charles Richard. R.X.R., h. 8 April, 1825.
Henry Edward, 6. 7 Jan. 1827.
Lucy. Katherine Webb.

Kosii Matilda. Margaret Anne.

Kanny Jane. Elizabeth Crauflcld.

^n».<!— Per pale gu. and az., three bucks trippant or. Crest —
A buck couraut or, holding in the mouth a branch of honey-
suckles, ppr.

7J«i((t)i(.'t— St. Alban's Clergy House, Holborn, E.C.


SuDBUEY, John Linley, Esq. of Wonersh Park,
Surrej, b. 6 Dec. 1S7G ; s. bis father 1892.

liineag'e. — John Jackson Sudbury, Esq. of Wonersh
Park, Surrey (the only son of John Linley Sudbury, Esq. of
•Cambridge, who d. 1847, by his wife Fi-ances, dau. of Thomas
Hippisley Jackson, Esq. of Duddington, co. Northampton, and
Stamford, co. Lincoln), 6. 15 July, 1840; m. 22 Sept. 1874,
3Iary, eldest dau. of Henry Smith, Esq. of Horbling, co.
Lrincoln, J. P. and D.L., and had issue,

I. John Linley, now of Wonersh.

II. Aubrey Hugh Vernon, b. 14 Sept. 1887.

I. Evelyn. ii. Isabel.

Ulr. J. J. Sudbury d. 12 Dec. 1892.

Seat — Wonersh Park, near Guildford, Surrey.


Splliyax, Eev. John, of TuUilease House, co.
Cork, b. 1 Nov. 1838 ; m. 5 June, 1877, Georgiua,
only dau. of Joliu Cox, Esq., J. P., Weston-supcr-
IMare, Somerset, and lias had issue,

I. William, b. 24 May, 1880.

I. Anne Marion.

II. Eliza Adams.

■ in. Mary Georgina, deceased.
IV. Augusta Florence.

Lineage. — The Irish family of 0"Sullivan deduces its
-Jcsccnt from Oliol Ollum, King of Munstor, who reigned
jl.d. 12-5, and whose lineage the Hibernian chronicles trace
t'rom Heber Eionn, one of the sons of Milesius. His descen-

Daniel 0"Sullivan, dropped the prefix "0" to his sur-
iname. He m. Margaret Tucker, of co. Kerry, and dying
1GS2, left a son,

Dabby .Sullivan, Esq., m. Joanna Taylor, of Kilbolane
•Castle, and d. 22 Jan. 1718, leaving a son,

John Sullivan, Esq., m. 1714, Mary Heme, of Ilernes-
^brook, and d. 1737, leaving issue,

I. Jkbome, of Kill, CO. Kildare, b. 8 Nov. 1716 ; 7n. Ann
Russell, of Dublin, and had (with two daus., Elizabeth and
Mai y), a son,

Maueice Sullivan, Esq., b. 9 April, 1757.

II. William, of whom hereafter.

in. James, b. 14 June, 1731 : in. 1 March, 1764, Margaret,
dau. of Mark Conor, Esq. of Ballyire, and sister of the late
Daniel Conor, Esq., and had issue,

1 John, b. 1765 ; m. Eliza, dau. of Sir Christopher Knight,
and sister of Col. Peppard Knight, of Charleville, and ((.
1839, leaving issue, James, Lieut. 83rd Eegt., d. 1821 ;
Peppard Knight, d. s. p. ; Margaret, m. Edward Eae,
Esq. : and Su,san, m. John Parker, Esq.

2 James, of Chesterfield, co. Limerick, Major 83rd Eegt.,
J. P., b. 9 Oct. 1778; m. 2 Sept. 1812, Mary Anne, eldest
dau. of Eev. William Ashe, Prebendary and Rector of
Croagh, in the diocese of Limerick, by Elizabeth his wife,
only dau. of Edward Jefferics, Esq. of Ludlow, Salop, by
hi.-i wife, Frances, sister of Eev. Thomas Locke, of New-
castle, CO. Limerick, and d. 8 Feb. 1830, having had

William, d. Dec. 18.32.
Henry White, d. 2 June, 1843.

•James (Eev.), Incumbent of Askeaton, co. Limerick, h.
1818 ; T/i. 23 July, 1856, Georgina Lucie, only dau. of

George Annesley Owen, Esq. of Eamsgate, co. Wexford,

by Lucie Catherine his wile, eldest dau. of Rev. Henry

Moore, Eectorof Ferns, and had, with other issue, Pon-

sonby Angustus Moore (Rev.), b. 1857.
John, <;. 29 Sept. 1S38.

Edward, Lieut, in the army, d. 8 Sept. 1845.
Thomas, d. 22 March, 1845. Jefferies, d.

Marion, m. 14 Aug. 1855, M.<\jor Charles Parker, 4th

U.S. Middlesex Militia, late 69th Eegt., only son of

Major Parker, 62nd Eegt.
Margaret, d. Oct. 1853. Fanny, d. Aug. 1846.

Harriette (deceased), vi. 18 Nov. lon2. Col. Charles J.

Ellis, Eoyal Marines, son of Capt. Ellis, E.N.
3 William, Capt. 30th Eegt., 6. 1781 ; d. VMm. 1827.

1 Mai-garet, in. John Wall, Esq.

2 Eliza, 111. Eoger Adams, Esq. of Eock Abbey, co. Cork,
and d. s. p. 1814.

3 Mary, m. Thomas Green, Esq. of Air Hill, co Cork, and d.
leaving a son (James Sullivan, now of Air Hill, M.A.,
Q.C., Barrister-at-Law, J. P., m. and has issue) and three
daus. (Susan, m. William Sullivan, Esq. of TuUilease
House, J. P.; Eliza; and Ann, d. unm. 1850).

The 2nd son,

William Sullivan, b. 29 Sept. 1729; m. 15 Feb. 1703, Mary,
dau. of Thomas Morgell, Esq., J.P., of Mount Morgell, co.
Limerick, and sister of Crosbie Morgell, Esq., M.P., and d.
22 Feb, 1795, leaving issue,

I. John, his heir.

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