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ii. Robert, h. 5 Oct. 1767.

III. Thomas Morgell, b. 11 May, 1771 ; m. Miss Blennerhasset.

IV. Jeremiah, b. 15 Aug. 1773.

I. Melian, in. 1789, George Morgan, Esq. of Old Abbey, co.

Limerick.
The eldest son,

John Sullivan, Esq. of Tullilcase House, h. 19 June, 1764;
m. 10 July, 1794, Anne, sister of Gen. Costley, H.E.I.C.S.,
and had issue,

William, of Tullilcase House.

John, dece;vsed.

James. M.D. (deceased), m. Marion Beresford, dau. of
Major 'lo.iikins, 27th Eegt., of Kilnappy, co. Londonderry,
aLid Richmond Park, co. Limerick, cousin of Viscount
Gough, K.P., and had issue, Beresford, b. March, 1837,
deceased ; Arthur Bunbury, b. 1840, deceased ; James John,
6. 1848; Jane Bunbury Marion Beresford, to. 22 April,
1869, William While Flint, Esq.; Susan Wilhelmina, iit.
U Sept. 1867, Eev. Joseph Barton, of East Leigh, Havant.

Thomas, (/. 1836.

Jeremiah John, of Great Grimsby, co. Lincoln, b. 9 July,
1815; m. 6 May, 1846, Anne Duncuft, eldest dau. of James
Ogden, Esq. of Hollinwood, near Manchester, and by her
(who d. 18 Jan. 1861) left issue, Charles Edward (Rev.),
M. A., Vicar of St. Michael's, Congleton, Cheshire, b. 7 April,
1847 ; Alfred, d. an infant; Frederick, b. 24]yiarch, 1850, d.\
Eliza Anne, d. mini.

Charles Costley (deceased), m. Belinda, dau. of Major Tom-
kins, and sister of his elder brother James's wife, and d. 2
Jan. 1869, leaving issue, an only dau., ,4nnie.

Melian, m. Jeremiah Sullivan, Esq., and had one son, John,
of Curramore, co. Limerick (.see next Memoir).

Caroline, m. 1834, Eichard Gregg White, Esq., and d. 23
Sept. 1893, aged S8, leaving issue I'see White of Killnjrne).

Mary, m. M. J. Mason, Esq. of Glenbrook. co. Limerick, and
has issue, John, Edward, Anne, Melian, Kate.

Eliza (deceased), m. — Dooley, Esq. (deceased), and had two
daus., Annie and Emma, d.

Bridget O'Callaghan, deceased.
Mr. Sullivan d. 30 March, 1836, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Sullivan, Esq., J.P,, of Tullilcase House, 6.
15 April, 1807 ; to. Susan, dau. of Thomas Green, Esq. of Air
Hill, CO. Cork, and had issue,

I. John (Rev.), now of TuUilease House.

II. James William, b. 1851 ; d. 1 April, 1876.

I. Maria Eliza, d. 28 Aug. 1870. ii. Eliza Adams.

Mr. Sullivan (J. 28 Dec. 1871.

Arms — Per fesse, the base per pale, in chief or, a dexter hand
couped at the wrist, grasping a sword erect gu., the blade arg.,
entwined with a serpent ppr., between two liors raiiiiant,
respecting each other, of tlie second; the dexter base vert,
charged with a buck trippant or ; on the sinister base per pale
arg. and sa., a boar passant counterehanged. Crest — Onadueal
coronet or, a robin, in the beak a sprig of laurel ppr. Motto —
Lamh foistenach an nachtar.

Residence — TuUilease House, Charleville, co. Cork. J



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SULLIVAN OF CURRAMORE.

Sullivan, Herbert, Esq. of Curramore, co.
Limerick, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, J.P., High
Sheriff 1889, b. 22 Oct. 1852; m. 1889, Cecilia
Anne, dau. of Frederick Burbury, Esq. of Shirley
House, Sui-rey.



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Liineagre.— (S^e Sullivan oS Tullilease). The late Jere-
miah Sullivan, Esq., m. Melian, dau. of John Sullivan, Esq.
■of Tullilease House, by Ann Costley his wife, d. June 1825,
leaving an only child,

John Jekemiah Sullivan, Esq. of Curramore, co. Limerick,
B.A., J. P., 6. May, 1825 ; m. 1st, 1852, Isabel, dau. of Eichard
Harrison, Esq. of Wyton Hall, co. York, and by her (who d.
1863) had issue,

I. Herbert, now of Curramore.

n. AlRernon, 6. 1 May, 1854: d. 1866.

III. John Ernest Holt, late Lieut. 73rd liegt., b. 1856.

I. Adela. ii. Beatrice Isabel.

He 7)1. 2ndly, 4 June, 1867, Caroline Harriet Taylor, only child
of Eev. John Fletcher, Sector of Quedgeley, co. Gloucester.

Arms, Crest, and Motto — See Sullivan of Tullilease.
Seats — Curramore, Drumeollogher, co. Limerick, and War-
bcTTj Court, Torquay, Pevon.



SUMNER OF PTJTTENHAM PBIOEY.

Stjmneb, Maet, G-eoegiana Maegaeet, and
Emily Cathaeine Emma (deceased), of Putten-
3iam Priory, Surrey, s. their brother 13 May, 1878.

Lineage.— Rev. John Sumnek, D.D., Canon of Windsor,
and Provost of King's Coll. Camb. , m., and left several children,
of whom two sons left issue male,

I. EoBERT (Rev.), Vicar of Kenilworth, m. Harriet, dau. of
William Bird, Esq., Merchant, of London, and d. 1804,

leaving two sons,

1 John Bird (VIostRev.),D.D., Archbishop of Canterbury,
P.C., 6. 1780; m. Marianne, dau. of Capt. Robertson, by
whom (who d. 1829) he left at his decease, Sept. 1862,
two sons and several daus.

2 Charles Richard (Right Rev.), D.D., Lord Bishop of
Vk inchester 1827 to 1869, 6. 1790 : in. 1816, Jennie Fanny
P.arnabine, dau. of J. P. Maunoir, M.D., of Geneva, and
<l. 1874. He iiad issue by her (who d. 1849),

John Maunoir (Rev.), M.A., Rural Dean and Rector of
Buriton, Hants, b. 13 Oct. 1816; m. 15 Nov. 1843,
Mary, dau. of Col. Le Couteur, Q.A.D.C, and d. 1
April, 1886, leaving issue, Henry John Le Couteur,
Charles Maunoir, Algernon Robert, George Julian
Campbell, Eveline Sophy, Maude, and Blanche Mary.

Charles, of Harcscombe Grange, Stroud, co. Gloucester,
J. P., Judge of County Courts, b. 1819; m. 1842, Mar-
garet, dau. of J. E. Bouloott, Esq., and had issue.

Bobert (Rev.), Rector of Brightwell, m. June, 1846, Jane
Elizabet'i, dau. of Sir R. G. Simeon, Bart., and by her
(who d. 23 April, 1851) left issue at his decease, 1859.
His eldest dau., Edith Louisa, m. June, 1868, Rev.
Walter Edward Medlicott, Vicar of Swanmore, Hants ;
his 2nd dau. Mildred Jane, m. 18 Aug. 1870, Bev.
W. F. Bateman.

<Jeorge Henry (Rev.), M.A., Rural Dean, Archdeacon of
Winchester, Canon of Winchester Cathedr.il, late Rector
of Old Alresford, Hants, 6. 3 July, 1824 ; m. 26 July,
1848, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Heywood, Esq.
of H'ipe End, and has issue, George Heywood Maunoir,
6. 1853; Margaret EfHe, m. 14 Aug. 1872, Arthur
Perceval Heywood, Esq., eldest son of Sir Thomas P.
Heywood, 2nd Bart., and has issue (see Burke's Peer-
age and Baronetage) ; and Louisa Mary Alice.

Louisa Anna, m. Rev. W. Gibson, deceased.

Sophia Albertina (deceased), m. Eev. W. H. Ridley.

Emily Sarah Frances, m. Rev. E. N. Milford.

II. Richard, of whom we treat.
The 2nd son,

Richard Sumnek, Esq., to. 1784, Susanna, sister of Lord
Gambier, Admiral of the Fleet, and by her (who d. 1805) left
at his decease, 1798, a son,

1. Richard Sumner, Fsq. of Puttenham Priorv, J.P., High
Sheriff 1843, b. 2 Nov. 1795; m. 14 Nov. 1819, Frances
Juditha. dau of George Molyneux Montgomerie, Esq. of
Garboldisham Hall, Norfolk, and had issue,
I Morton Cornish, late of Puttenham Priory, J.P. for
Surrey, 6. 31 March, 1825 ; m. 1st, 1849, Penelope, only
dau. of Count Valsamachi, of Corfu and Cephalonia, and
2ndly, 1867, Mary Douglas, eldest dau. of James Henry
Frankland, Esq. of Eashing Park, Surrey. He d. s. p.
13 May, 1878, and was s. by his sisters, now of Putten-
ham Priory.
1 Mary. 2 Georgiana Margaret.

3 Emily Catharine Emma, m. 1879, T. L. Lyon-Thurlow,
Esq. of Baynards Park, Surrey, and d. April, 1890.

1. Emma Matilda, to. 1 Sept. 182,5, Charles Douglas Halford,
Esq. of Grosvenor Square, and d. 1860, leaving issue.
Arms—Erm., two chevrons gu. Crest — A lion's head erased
are., ducally gorged or.

fieaf— Puttenham Priory, Guildford.
Town Mesidenee— 06, Eaton Place, W.



SXTIITEES OF DINSDALE-ON-TEES.

SUETEES, Nathaniei, of Dinsdale, co. Durham,
b. 1817, s. his brother 1889 ; m. 1843, Fanny, only
child of Thomas Bid well, Esq. of the Foreign Office,
and by her (who d. 1876) has issue,

John Ralph.

Emily, m. 1890, E. C. H. Phelips, Esq.

liineagre. — The family of Surtees, the orthography of
whose name, like that of the River Tees, from which it is
derived, has experienced several changes, was established in
the north-east of England before the Norman Conquest. Eilsi
dc Teis is recorded to have married a granddau. of Alfred, a
Saxon Earl of Northumberland. William de Tesia, sometimes
called William Fitz-Siward, seems to have been his grandson.
He, in the 7th of Henry II., paid scutage for Gosforth, in
Northumberland, and for lands on the river Teis, now included
in the co. of Durham. His descendants of the nest generation
adopted the name of Sur-le-Tees, or Surtios : one of the family
residences, the moated manor-house of Dinsdale, being
situated on the northern bank of the river Tees.

Edward Surties, gent., of Broad Oak, in the parish of
Ovingham. Northumberland, was admitted at the Court of the
Manor of Whickham, co. Durham, 13 June, 1620, on acquiring
some lands there. He ?«. Margaret Codlson, executrix and
heir of her uncle, Robert Surtees, Alderman of Durham 1586,
and had issue, three sons,

I. William, the heir.

II Robert, ancestor of the families of Surtees of Redicorlh
and. ifainsforth.

III George, of Colt Park, otherwise called Crony well, co.
Durham.

The eldest son,

William Surties, gent., of Woodhead, in the parish of
Ovingham, the proprietor- of an estate at Hedley, purchased
1623, had m. previously to the death of his father, and his two
elder sons are mentioned in his father's will as then under
years of discretion. His own will is dated 11 Jan. 1703, and
was proved at Durham 12 Jan. 1704. In it he mentions the
following issue, Edward, his heir, Robert, William, Mar-
garet, and Mabella. The eldest son,

Edward Surties, Esq. of Woodhead, the proprietor of an
hereditary estate at Hedley, m. at Ovingham 9 April, 1705,
Frances, dau. and co heir of William Aubone, or Albany, Esq.,
an Alderman of Newcastle, by Catherine, dau. of Christopher
Sanderson, Esq. of Egleston, and had issue, three sons and two
daus. The 3rd son,

AunoNE Surtees, Esq., a leading merchant and banker at
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, s. his brother William in his estates at
■\Yoodhead and Hedley and in the Receiver-Generalship for
Durham and Northiunberland. He was bapt. 4 Sept. 1711;
m. 22 Aug. 1748, Elizabeth, dau. of John Stephenson, Esq. of
Knaresdale Hall, by his wife, Elizabeth Bell, of Woolsington,
and d. in his 90th year, 30 Sept. 1800, having had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Aubone, bapt. 13 Nov. 1752 ; to. 4 Dec. 1781, Mary, dau.
and co-heir of Roger Altham, Esq. of Doctor's Commons,
and had issue,

1 Aubone Altham, bapt. at St. Nicholas, 19 Dec. 1787 ; m.
and d. leaving issue.

2 Matthew, 6. 1792; m. and d. leaving one dau.

3 Charles, d. unm.

1 Elizabeth, TO. John Cook, Esq., Col. 28th Light Dragoons,
and had issue.

2 Mary, m. Rev. George Pyke, of Baythorne Park, Essex,
and had issue.

3 Frances. 4 Arabella.

5 Jane, to. — Isaacson, Esq.

6 Charlotte, to. Major James.

7 Sarah, to. Major Webb. 8 Henrietta, d. unm.

III. Edward, bapt. 27 Sept. 1753 ; d. unm.

IV. Matthew (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Kirby-Underdale, co.
York, and North Cerney, co. Gloucester, and Prebendary
of Gloucester and Canterbury, m. Harriet, sister of John
llensleigh Allen, Esq. of CresseUy, M.P. for Pembroke,
and d. s. p. Feb. 1827.

V. John, 6. circa 1757 ; to. Sarah, dau. of Very Rev. John
Lewis, Dean of Ossory, by his 2nd wife, Charlotte, dau. of
Admiial Cotterell, and had issue,

1 Aubone John, d. young.

2 Stephenson Villiers (Sir), E.C.L., J.P., of Silkmore
House, CO. Stafford, formerly Chief Justice of the Mau-
ritius, m. 1st, Henrietta, dau. of Gen. Staveley, C.B., by
which lady his issue is extinct. He was knighted 25
June, 1859. He m. 2ndly, 9 Aug. 1859, Barbara Eliza,
only dau. of Eev. William Bosworth, of Charley Hall, co.
Leicester, and d. 1868.

3 Matthew John, d. young.

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1 Sarah, m. 1st, Viscount Albert Tanncguy du Chatel,
and '2ndly, M. de Queratiixal.

2 Klizabetli Charlotte, m. George Palmer, Esq., eldest son
of George ralmer, Ksq. of Naziiig, M.P. for ijouth Kssex,
deceased.

3 Anna Frances Harriet, m. M. de Kerig int.

4 Harriet Allen.

6 Frances Katherine. 77!. 1 840, Sir Charles Forster, Bart.,
M.A., SI.P. for Walsall, and has issue.

I. Elizabeth, m. John Scott, Earl of Eldon and Lord Chan
cellor of England, and J. '28 June, 1S31.

II. Frances, »;. Kev. Henry Ridley, D.D., Rector of Heiting-
fordbury, brother of Sir Matthew White Ridley, 1st Bart.,
and d. June, lb30.

The eldest son,

■William Surtees, Esq. of Seatonburn, near Xewcastle-
upou-Tyne, and Montagu Square, London, s. his father in his
property at Hedley, itc, and in the Receiver Generalship of
Durham and Northumberland. He was bapt. 6 Sept. 1750;
IK. 20 Oct. 1775, Elizabeth Catherine, dau. of Very Rev. John
Lewis, M..A.., Dean of Ossory, by his 1st wife, Catherine, dau.
of Rev. George Villiers, M..\., Vicar of Chalgrove, co. Oxford,
and by her (who d. 6 Jan. 1833, aged circa 86) left .at his
decease, 1 Jan. 1832, two surviving daus. i,Cassandra Char-
lotte, Hi. 1S04, Sir John Caesar Hawkins, Bart. ; and Deborah
Maria, m. Henry Phillpotts, D.D., Bishop of Exeter), and four
Eons,

I. AuBONE, ofPigdon, Korthuniberland, i. 14 Dec. 1777, 11th
Light Dragoons, J. P., m. Frances Elizabelli, duu. of Sir
John Honywood, Bart., and had issue, a numerous family,
of which the sons,

Villiers Charles Villiers, and IToneywood Graham, d. 18TG.

II. William Villiers, of Rotheriield, Sussex, and Devonshire
Place, London, bapt. 15 Jan. 1778, Barrister-at-Law, Cursitor
of Middlesex, a Commissioner of Bankrupts, and Secretary
to Lord Chancellor Eldon. He m. Harriet, dau. of William
Samuel Towers, Esq., Barrister-at-Law (which lady subse-
quently m. Benjamin Whiehcote, Esq., 2nd son of Sir
Thomas Whiehcote, 5th Bart.), and d. 27 April, 1834, ha, ing
had issue,

1 AVilliam John Villiers, b. 1813 ; drowned at Oxford 1832.

2 Henry Radcliffe (Rev.), B..\., Vicar of Slockland, m. a
dau. of Capt. Jauncey, R.X., and d. 181 n.

3 Frederic Richard, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law,
m. 3 Jan. 1843, Anne Jane (deceased), eldest dau. of lion,
and Kev. Charles Douglas, brother of the 19th Rarl ot
Morton, by the Lady Isabella Gore, dau. of the 2nd Earl
of Arran, and sister to the Duchess of Inverness.

4 John Oliver.

5 Gordon Amelius, m. 16 Feb. 1858, Jane elder dau. of
William Chapman, Esq. of Wimpole Street, anu has a son.

1 Elizabeth Anne, m. John C. Ord, Esq.

2 Fanny F'elicia.

III. John (Rev.), M.A., Prebendary of Bristol, Rector of
Banham, to. 12 Jan. Ib05, Mai-y Ann, sister of Sir John
Csesar Hawkins, Bart, (who tZ. 29 June, 1873), and had issue,

1 William John, b. 22 Dec. 1805; d. unm. 16 June, 1823.

2 Henky George, of Dinsdale.

3 Arthur, 14th Light Dragoons, d. unm. 17 April, 1833.

4 ScoTT Frederic (Rev.), B.A., of Dinsdale.

5 Villiers Aubone, Lieut. 52nd Light Infantry, d. unm. 20
Dec. 1S39.

6 Nathaniel, of Dinsdale.

7 liV^HARD (Rev.), of Dinsdale, M.A., Rector of Holtby, co.
York, ,:>. Caroline Maria, dau. of S. V. Dashwood, Esq.,
and has issue, R. Villiers, Alick, Frank, Philip Lewis,
and several daus.

8 Alfiied Wright, of Dinsd.ale, ?«. Henrietta, dau. of Col.
Robinson, 71st Highlanders, and has issue, Aubone,
Henry, Marian, and Elizabeth.

1 Louisa Matilda, m. George St. Vincent Wilson, Esq. of
Redgnave Hall, Suffolk, deceased.

2 Elizabeth Frances, ni. Charles Scott, Esq. of Huntley
Hall.

IV. Edward, of Seatonburn, 6. 1 April, 1785 ; m. 5 Dec. 1809,
Anne Catherine, dau. of John Ferrand, Esq., and sister of
Walker Ferrand, Esq., M.P., of Harden Grange, co. York,
and d. 10 July, 1812, leaving an only child,

1 William Edward, D.C.L. , Barrister-at-Law, of Tainfield
House, Somerset, and Seaton Carew, co. Durham, J. P.
for cos. Durham, Northumberland, and Somerset, l>.L.,
High Sheriff CO. Durham 1866; m. 1853, Caroline, widow
of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Stephen Rt-mnant Chapman, C.B.,
K.C.H , and dau. of Rev. George PyKe, of Baythorn Park,
Essex, Vicar of Wickham Br.^ok.

Henry George Surtees, Esq., eldest surviving son of Rev.
John Surtees, B.A., of Brasenose Coll. Oxford, purchased the
Din>dale estate, co. Durham, for which he served as High
Sheriff 1862. He d. unm. 26 July, 1870, and was s. by his
brother.

Rev. Scott Frederic Scetees, of Dinsdale, B.A. Univ. Coll.
Oxford, Rector of Sprotbrough, co. Yoik, 6. 1814; m. 1st, 1840,



Almeria, dau. of Philip Hamond, Esq. of Westacre, Norfolk
and 2ndly, 1860, Isabella, dau. of Sir Samuel Crompton, Ban.
He d. 1889, and was s. by his three brothers, Nathaniel
Sdrtees, Rev. Richard Suetees, and Alfred Wright Sisb-
tees.

^rms— Erm., on a canton gu. an orle or. Ci-est—Ont of a
ducal coronet or (otherwise out of a wreath, through an orle
or, interlaced), a plume of three feathers ppr. il/oiio— Mali
mori quam foedari.

Seat — Dinsdale-on-Tees, Darlington.



SURTEES OF REDWORTH.

Suetees, Henry Edwaed, Esq. of Eedworth,
and The Grove, Bisliop Auckland, co. Durham,
J. P. and D.L., and of Dane End, Herts, J.P.,
M.V. for Herts 1864 to 1868, late Major of the Herts
Volunteers, High Sheriff for co. Durham 1876,
and formerly Lieut. 10th Hussars, h. 9 May, 1819 j
m. 1st, 1843, Eliza Snell, only surviving child and
(in her issue) heir of Charles Snell Chauney, Esq.
of Dane End, and by her (who d. 1854) had

I. Elizabeth Ellen, m. 28 June, 1864, Edwin Prodgers, Esq.
of Ayott-Bury, Herts, and has issue.

II. Caroline Isabel, m. 13 Nov. ISC6, Sir Richard Horner
Paget, Bart., M.P. of Cranmore Hall, Somerset, and has
is.sue.

HI. Georgina Mary, m. Lieut.-Col. Sprot, 91st Highlanders,
and (/. 16 March, 1876, leaving issue.

He 7n. 2ndly, 14 July, 1870, Mary Isabel, youngest
dau. of Francis Adams, Esq. of Clifton and Cots-
\Aold Grrange, co. Gloucester, and has issue,

I. Henry Siwakd Baliol, b. 22 Jan. 1873.

II. Robert Lambton, b. 25 March, 1879.
IV. Cicely Isabel, b. 20 June, 1871.

Lineage.— Robert Surtees, gent, of Ryton, co. Durham,
2nd surviving son of Edward Surtees, gent, of Broad Oak {see
Surtees uf Dinsdale-on-Tees), in. Catherine, dau. and co-heir of
John Hauxley, gent, of Crawcrook, and had issue. His will,
dated 14 Dec. 1705, was proved at Durham 10 Jan. 1711. He
d. 4 Oct. 1710, in his 86th year. His 2nd, but eventually eldest
surviving son,

Edwai;d Surtees, Esq. of Mainsforth and of Crawcrook, co.
Durham, J. P., m. 1st, 27 June, 1693, Jane, dau. and co-heir
of George Crozyer, of Newbiggin, and had issue,

I. Robert, his heir.

II. George, who was of Mainsforth, d. unm.

III. Crosier, of Merryshields, </. 27 Sept. 1739, having hart
issue, by his wife, Jane, dau. of Ralph Hodgson, gent, of
Alwent, which lady d. 1799, aged 88, and was bur. ac
Staindrop.

1 Crosier, of Merryshields, m. 12 Sept. 1769, his cousin,
Jane Surtees, the heir of Redworth.

1 Elizabelh, m. Richard Sherwood, Esq. of Staindrop and
Snow Hill.

2 Jane, m. Joseph Raine, Esq. of Batsford, co. Gloucester.

IV. Hauxley, a MerchantofNe\vcastle-on-Tyne,?n. Elizabeth,
dau. of William Steele, E.sq., and </. 1763, leaving a son,
Robert, b. 1737, fatherof Robert Surtees, Esq., M..\., F.S..\.,
J. P., of Mainsforth, the historian of co. Durham, who was
6. 1 April, 1779; m. 23 Jan. 1807, Anne, dau. of Ralph
Robinson, Esq. of Middle Herrington, and d. s. p. 11 Feb.
1834. His widow d. 2 March, 1868.

V. James, a capt. in the Dragoons, d. s. p. 1775.

I. Eleanor, m. Matthew Cully, Esq. of Denton.

II. Catherine, vi. Robert Newton, gent, of Hawkwell.

III. Jane, m. Robert Hutchinson, gent, of Cornforth.

Mr. Surtees 7/1. 2ndly, 1 Sept. 1714, Dorothy, dau. of Thomas
Burleston and widow of Richard Reed, gent of Stranlon, and
tiy her also had issue. Mr. Surtees d. 28 Aug. 1747, aged 84,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Surtees, Esq. of Redworth, b. 12 May, 1694 ; m.
Dorothy, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Lambton, Esq. of Hard-
wick Hall, CO. Durham, great-grandson of Sir William Lambton,
Knt. of Lambton, co. Durham, and d. G March, 1785, leaving
issue,

I. Dorothy, to. 1st, William Norton, Esq. of Coatham Hall-
garth ; 2ndly, Rev. Richard Bowser ; and 3rdly, John
Whitfield, gent.

II. Jane, of Redworth, m. her cousin. Crosier Surtees, Esq.
of Merryshields, who thus acquired Redworth, and had,
with other issue, a son, Robert, and four daus., Jane, wife
of George Mcnsforth, Esq.; Dorothy, m. 179H, John
Thomas Christo|rher, Esq. of Cronke Hall, and had issue
(see Christopher of Aorlon) ; Lambton, to. William
Williams, Esq. ; and Phillis, m. William Home, Esq.



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Kobert Surtees's grandson (the son of his dau. Jane),

llouEKT SuBTEES, Esq. of Redworth, J. P. and D.L., 6. 1782;
Hixli Slieriff co. Durham 1855 ; m. 1st, 24 Oct. 1811, Elizabeth,
■dau. of Isaac Coolvson, Esq. of Whitehill, and by her (who d.
■8 JUay, 1847) liad issue,

]{oB7;iiT Lambton, of Redworth.

Henky Epward, now ot Redworth.

■€luirle.s FreviUe, of .Mainsforth Hal], co. Tlurham (to which
property he s. on the death of ttie widow of Mr. Surtees,
the historian, and of her sister. Miss Robinson), J. P. and
'i>.r-.. High Sheriff J873. M.P. for South Durham 18t;5 68,
<ind late Capt. 10th Hussars, Hon. Col. of the Durham
I'usiher Militia, b. 13 Nov. 1823; m. 25 Auj:. 1855, Bertha,
dau. of N. Snell Chauncy, Esq. of Green End, Herts, and
issue,

Herbert Conyers. b. 13 Jan. 1858, Capt. Coldstrean Guards:
m. 27 June, 1887, Madeleine Au^custa, dau. of Edward
Crabbe, Esq. Has the orders of the Mcdjidie and
Osmanieh. He has issue, two daus.

Margaret Caroline, m. 1862, Theodure Eryett, Esq. of Tot
nes, Devon.

JTr. Surtees m. 2ndly, 8 July, 1850, Anne Hepburne Mercer,
■widow of Justinian Alston, Esq. of Odell Castle, co. Bedford,
and d. April, 1857. His widow d. 15 Sept. 1S58. The eldest
son,

RoBEiiT Lambton Surtees, Esq. of Redworth, J.P. and D.L.,
M.A., Barrister-at-Law, 6. 20 Dec. 1812 ; «. his father 8 April,
1857 ; d. vnm. 14 Nov. 18G3, and was s. by his brother, Henkt
£dwakd, now of Redworth.

Arm^ — Erm., on a canton gi\. an orle or, for Surtees, quar-
teiinfr, az., on a fesse arg. between three crosses of St. Julian
placed saltirewi.-e or, as many Cornish choughs sa. for Crozier ;
sa, a fesse between three lambs passant arg, for Lambton,
with many other quarterings introduced by these two families.
•Crest- Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of three feathers arg.
Motto — Ma!o ujori quam fosdari.

;Seo/s— Redworth Hal], Darlington; Dane End, Ware; and
The lirove. Bishop Auckland. J'oicn //ouse— 20, Dover Street,
Piccadilly, W.

As/(/i'/)cs— Soniersham, Maidenhead.

CluOs — Carlton ; and Army and Navy.



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SUKTEES OF HAMSTEKLEY.

Surtees, Elizabeth Anne, and Eleanor, of
Hamsteiley Hall, co. Durham, Ladies of tlie ]\Ianors
of Medoiiisley, Ilamsterley, &c. J\liss Eleanor
.Surtees m. 2S Jan. 18So, the Hon. John Prender-
■gast Tereker, eldest son of the 4lh and present
Viscount Gort {^ee Burke's Feei'ar/e).

liineag'e. — Another branch of the name of Surtees is
traced to Ccthbert Surtees, of Ebehester and Medomsley,
both in CO. Durham. He was bur at Ebehester 7 Aug. 1G22,
and left by his wife, Elizabeth (who d. 1632), the following
issue, Anthony, his heir; Richard, who m. and had issue;
Magdalen. ?u. Ralph Fewster; Mary, m. Rowland Hunter, Esq.
of Medomsley ; and Catherine, m. George Baytes.

Anthony Surtees, the eldest son, purchased, 5 May, 2
■Charles I., 1626, MilUwell Burn, in the parish of Ryton, co,
Durham. By Katheriue his wife, he had issue, Robert, his
beir, and Anthony of Hollingside, Northumberland. The
■eldest son,

Robert Surtees, gent, of Milkwell Burn, bapt. 23 Sept.
1633 ; m. 1663, Isabel Newton, and d. 24 June, 1700, leaving
issue (with five other sons and four daus),

Anthony Surtees, gent, of Milkwell Burn, who left, by
Margaret his wife, at his decease, 8 Sept. 1724, aged 59,
Robert, his heir.

Anthony, of Newhouse, near Milkwell Burn, m. twice, and
had issue, two daus.
Ceorge, of Almond Guards, co. Durham, to. Elizabeth, dau.
of (jeorge Surtees, of Cronywell, and had issue,
Anthony, of Almond Guards, Durham, and of Ackworth
Park, near Pontefiact, co. Yorii, Lieut. -Col. of the 2nd
West York Militia, la. Mi^s Price, but d. s. j). 1807, having
devised a considerable property to his next heir, Anthony
Surtees, Esq. of Milkwell Burn and Riding, and subse-
quently of Hamsterley Hall.
■Cuthbevt, of Newbiggen, near Hcxliim, Northumberland,
71!.. Dorothy, dau. ot Walker Surtees. gent, of Stokeslield
Hull, and had issue (with a dau. Dorothy, eventually heir
.to her bi'other, Robert, and wife of — Wilson, of Corbridge)
an only son and heir,

Anthony, of Newbiggen, Major of the Northumberland
Militia, d. unm. 20 July, 1803, aged 60, and was bur. at
Hexham.

The eldest son,

BoBEBT Surtees, Esq. of Milkwell Burn, m. Catherine Bar-



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