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mes Johnstone, Esq. of Drum, co.
Monaghan, and left issue, Charles Synnot, 7th Dragoon
Guards, ti. at Melbourne, Victoria, March, 1878; and
Florence, m. Mrs. Johnstone d. at Teneriffe, 16 Nov.
1853, and Mr. Johnstone, at Baden-Baden, July, 1870.
Mr. Synnot d. at Grove House, Clapham, 7 June, 1838.

II. Walter (Sir), of whom presently.

I. Mary, m. William Smyth, Esq. of Drumcree, co. West-
meath.

The 2nd son.

Sir Walter Stnnot, Knt. of Ballymoyer, m. 1st, 1770,
Jane, dau. of Jthn Seton, Esq. of Camberwell, representative
of Seton of Parhroath, and sister of John Seton, Esq. of New
York, and by her (who d. 1803) had issue,

I. Marcos, his heir.

II. Walter, of Ballintate, co. Armagh, Capt. G6th Regt., m.
1st, Catherine, dau. of Heniy Smith, Esq. of Beabeg, near
Drogheda, and by her had an only son,

AV alter, h. 12 March, 1807.

He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of George Houston, Esq., and
by her (who d. 1834) had issue,

Robert, d. 1871, leaving is.sue.

George, ni. Catherine Holmes, 2nd dau. of Joseph Mather,

Esq. of Maytone House, eo. Armagh, and d. 1871, leaving

issue. She d. 13 Feb. 1881.

* Richard, 10th Lord Delvin, d. 1450, leaving issue (besides
Christopher, hia successor; Robert, of Drumcree ; and Lavalhn
of Dysert) a 4th son,

Andrew Nugent, of Donore, who left (besides Walter, of
Uonore) a 2nd son,

Andrew Nugent, of Clonlost, whO(Z., leaving Christopher, of
Clonlost, who d., leaving James, of Clonlost, who rf., leaving
Thomas, of Clonlost, ra. Ismay, dau. of Theobold Nugent, of
Kewhaggard, and left i?sue, James, of Clonlost, and Chris-
topher, of Wardenstown and Rathfarn.

James, the eldest son, had issue (besides Thomas, who s. his
father at Clonlost; a son,

Walter Nugent, of Carpenterstown, «. his father in the Clon-
delinn and Kingsland (now Reynalla) estates, and in 1719, s.
also to his cousin, Haytor Nugent, d. s. -p., only son and heir
of Christopher Nugent, of Wardenstown, in the Higginstown
and Rathfarn estates, which liad been granted to his father by
Charles II., for his losses in the royalist cause. He left,
besides other issue, an eldest son, James, who m. Deborah,
dau. of J. Staunton, of Galway, and had issue, John and
Susanna, ra. Mark Synnot. John, </. unm. 1776, when all his
estates devolved upon his sister, Susanna, in who.se descen-
dants, Ijeing the aeseeniiants of Mark Synnot, of Drumcon-
dragh, they still remain.



Marcus, d. s. p.

Albert, lOrasmus, d. Dec. 1859, s.p.

Monckton, m. and had issue. William, d.s.p.

Nugent.

Jane, m. Thomas Manifold, Esq., and had issue.

Mary Anne, m. Rev. Mr. Williams.

Catherine, m. — Cobham.
Capt. Synnot ra. 3rdly, 8 April, 1836, Mary Jane, youngest
dau. of Joseph Mather, ICsq. ot Jlaytone House, co. Armagh,
by whom (who ra. 2r>dly, Ch.arles Mac .-Vrthur, Esq., 2nd
son of Hannibal llaukins Mac Arthur, Esq., M.P.) he had
no issue. He d. Is50.

Sir Walter m. 2ndly, Ann Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Robert
JIartin, and had by her a dau. Elizabeth, wife of Rev. F'ilz-
gibbon Stewart, and a son,

Richard Walter, vi. Henrietta, dau. of Henry Thornton, Esq.
of Battersca Rise (who d. 1853), and d. 20 April, 1841,
leaving a son, Robert Harry Inglis, ra. Mary, dau. of —
Preston, Esq., and ((. 12 April, 1872, s. p., and a dau.
Henrietta Louisa.

Tlic son and heir,

Marcus Synnot, Esq. of Ballymoyer, J. P., served as High
Sheriff CO. Armagh 1830, 6.21 June, 1771 ; m. 29 June, 1814,
Jane, dau. of Thomas Gilson, Esq. of Wood Lodge, co. Lincoln,
and by her had issue,

I. Marcos, his heir.

II. Mark Seton, of Ballymoyer, heir to his brother.

III. Parker George, b. 1824; ni. 9 Oct. 1856, Georgiana
Thorpe, eldest dau. of William Verrall, Esq. of The Manor
House, Lewes, Sussex, and had issue,

1 Marcus, b. 22 Jan. 1853. 2 William George.

1 Georgiana Constance, d. 1870. 2 Jane Seton.

IV. William Forbes, Capt. Armagh Light Infantry, d. s. p.
29 Feb. 1876.

I. Mary Marcia, d. Aug. 1869.

II. Maria Eliza, m. Sept. 1848, Rev. Alexander Rowley
Miller, Rector of Lissan, co. Tyrone, and has issue ; he d.
1877.

III. Agnes Jane, m. 17 July, 1851, Rev. Francis Crawford,
Rector of Derryloran, co. Tyrone, and has issue.

IV. Barbara Cecilia, m. 22 Sept. 1869, George Crawhall, Esq.
of The Priory, Nun-Monkton, co. York.

V. Juliana Hewitt.

Mr. Synnot d. 3 Feb. 1855, and was s. by his eldest son,

Marcus Synnot, Esq. of Ballymoyer House, J. P. and D.L.,
High Sheritr 1853, b. 19 Feb. 1816 ; m. 28 Feb. 1844, Ann,
eldest dau. of William Parker, Esq. of Hanthorpe House, co.
Lincoln, and d. s. p. 8 Oct. 1874, when the estates devolved
on his brother,

Mark Seton Synnot, Esq. of Ballymoyer, eo. Armagh, J. P.,
D.L., High Sheriff 1876, 6.31 July, 1820; m.2i Aug. 1843,
Anne Jane, 2nd dau. and co-heir of Mark Synnot, Esq. of
Monasteroris House, King's CO., and Grove House, Clapham,
Surrey, and had issue,
I. Mark Seton, now of Ballymoyer.

I. Mary Susanna, m. 22 Dec. 1868, Col. Arthur FitzBoy
Hart, C.B., of the 1st Batt. East Surrey Regt., eldest son of
Lieut.-Gen. Henry George Hart {see Hart of yetherburi/),
end has issue, Arthur Henry Seton, 6. 19 July, 1870 ; Ronald
Victor Gates, 6. 24 July, 1879 ; Beatrice Mary ; and Horatia
Annette Blanch.

II. Rosalie Jane.

III. Eva Charlotte, m. 22 Jan. 1875, Capt. Corbet Smith,
1st Royal Dragoons, of Walcot House, Lutterworth, co.
Leicester, and has issue, Ada Emily Corbet.

IV. Cecilia Agnes.

V. Charlotte Augusta, m. 6 Aug. 1872, Col. Reginald Clare
Hart, V.C, R.E., 2nd son of Lieut.-Gen. Henry Georgo
Hart (see Hart of Netherburi/), and has issue, Harold
Charles, b. 30 March, 1874; Henry, twin-brother, d. an
infant; Henry Francis, 6. 7 June, 1876; d. 17 Aug. 1876;
Reginald Seton, 6. 27 June, 1882; Norman Synnot, 6. 24
March, 1888 ; Annie Rosabel Clare ; and Sylvia Agnes
Alicia.

Ti. Ada Maria.

VII. Annette Beatrice, d. an infant.

Mr. Synnot s. to the Ballymoyer estate on the death of his
elder brother Marcus, 8 Oct. 1874, and d. 1890, when he was
s. by his only son.

Arms — Arg., three swans in pale sa., ducally gorged or,
on a canton gu. a sword in pale ppr. Crest — A swan issuaut,
wings expanded sa., ducally crowned or, and vulned in the
breast with an arrow gold, feathered arg. Motto — Sine maciUa :
former motto, registered 1711, Sin not.

&aJ— Ijallymoyer House, Newton Hamilton.



TAAFFE OF SMARMORE.

Taaffe, George Robert, Esq. of Smarmore, co.
Louth, b. 1871 ; *. liis father 18'J0.



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liineag'e. — Peter Taafe, Esq. of Pepparstown and Dro-
mine, CO. Louth, brother of Sir William Taaffe, ancestor of
the Viscounts Taaffe, and son of John Taaffe, Esq. of
Harristown, m. and liad issue,

Jeiiico, father of John Taaffe, of Carrowstown and Eath-
nioyle, Kosconimon, of which ho had a grant 1 May, 30
Charles II., lo78.

Lawrence.
The ind son,

Lawrence Taaffe, Esq, of Pepparstown, who had a grant
of cunfinuation 1624, was father of

James Taaffe, Esq. of Pepparstown, who was deprived of
his estate hy the usurping powers under Cromwell. He m.
Marjtaret, dau. of Clement MacDermott Eoe, of co. Roscom-
mon, and had, with other issue,

I. John Taaffe, m. and had issue.

II. George, of whom presently.

III. Peter, Major of Dillons Uegt. of the Irish Brigade, m. a
dau. of Garvey, by his wife, a Plowden, and had issue,
Mary and Frances.

iv. Lawrence (Rev.).
The elder son,

George Taaffe, Esq. of Corballas, co. Meath, m. Miss
Fleming, of the Slane family, and had issue, i. John, his heir;
I. Alicia, wife, of James Lynch, Esq. of Diogheda; ii. Eliza-
beth, wife of Eandal Kernan, Esq. of Dublin ; and iii. Mary,
wife of Luke Teeling, Esq. of Lisburn. The son and heir,

John Taaffe, Esq. of Smarniore, co. Louth, m. 1st, Miss
Plunkett, of Portmarnook, co. Dublin, and by her had issue,

I. Elizabeth, r.i. Patrick Thunder, Esq. of Lagore.

II. Mary, d. unm.

III. Alicia, TO. Michael Sweetman, Esq. of Longtown, and d,
leaving issue.

He ra. 2ndly, Catharine, dau. and co-heir of Eobert Taaffe,
Esq. of Ardmulchan, co. Meath, and by her had issue,
I. John, Knight of St. John of Jerusalem, to. 1st, Catherine,
tlau. ol Andrew Fitzgerald, Esq., Gen. in India, and had a
son, John, Knight of St. John of Jerusalem, late Capt.
of Dragoons in Piedmont and Major Loulli Rifles. He
111. 2ndly, Adriana FeiTO, Marche.sa Gabueini, Comtessa
Ferretti Villa Nova, Boccacio Pausacci, of Fano, in the
Pai al States, and d. at Fano, in Italy, 28 Sept. 18o2.
n. Robert, of Ardmulchan, co. Meath, m. aO April, 1827,
Catharine Isabella, only dau. of Theobald Mackenna, Esq.
Dublin, and d. 12 June, 1854, leaving issue,
1 John Egbert, of Ardmulchan, J. P., b. 31 March,
1829 ; TO. 4 Nov. 1857, Catalina Aliaga, dau. of Patrick
William Kelly, Esq. of Kingstown, co. Dublin, by Eosita
Manuela Aliaga his wife, dau. of Juan de Aliaga, Mar-
quis of Lurigarcho, in Spain, and d. 1886, leaving issue,
Roefrt Joseph, now of Ardmulchan, 6. 18 Oct. 1858;
Theobald Joseph, b. 10 Aug. 1861 ; John Joseph, b. 26
Aug. 1864; Eosita Mary ; and Mary Catalina.
1 Frances.

III. George, of Smarmore Castle.

IV. Stephen, d. unm.

I. Catharine, m. John McDonnell, Esq., and d. leaving a
son, John Randal.

II. Achsah Elinor, a nun, deceased.

III. Mary Jane, d. unm.

IV. Anne, in. Count Luigi Borgogeli, of Fano, in the Papal
States, deceased.

V. Rose, deceased. VI. Frances, deceased.

VII. Martha, deceased.

VIII. Julia, TO. Theobald Mackenna, Esq., Assistant Under-
Secretary, Dublin Castle, and had a son, John Mackenna,
and other issue.

The 3rd son,

George Taaffe, Esq. of Smarmore Castle, m. Elizabeth
Anne, dau. of Eandall McDonnell, Esq. of Fairfield, co. Dub-
lin, and by her (who d. 1856) had issue.

Miles, his heir.

George, Capt. 1st Royals, d. unm,. 1861.

John, of Smarmore.

Stephen, of Glenkeiran, co. Meath, J.P., 6. 1828; m. 1865,
Mary, dau. of Patrick W. Kelly, Esq., and has issue, George
Josi'ph, Capt. 4th Batt. (King's Own) E. Lancaster Eegt.,
;». 181j6; Mary; Eosita; and Elizabeth Catalina Georgiana.

Anne. Catherine. Elizabeth. Georgina.

Mr. Taaffe d. 1848, and was s. by his eldest son,
Mtles Taaffe, Esq. of Smarmore, J. P. and D.L., High

Sheriff 1856-7, 6. April, 1824; d. unm. 1872, and was s. by his

brother.
John Taaffe, Esq. of Smarmore, J.P. and D.L. for Louth,

J. P. for King's co., High Sheriff co. Louth, 1878, b. 1867,

Olivia .Mary, dau. of John Joseph Blake, Esq. of Garbally,

Kiu:,''.s CO., and had issue,

George Robert, now of Smarmore.
Mr. Taaffe d. 1890.



^nns— Gu., a cross arg., fretty az. Cre.si— A dexter arm in
armour embowed, brandishing a sword ppr., hilt and pommel
or. Motto — In hoc signo, spes uici.

Seat — Smarmore Castle, Ardee.



I TACON OF EYE, SUFFOLK.

Tacox, Thomas Henet, Esq. of Red House, co.
Suffolk, J.P. for the county and for the borough of
Eye, Alderman of the East Suffolk County Council
since its foundation, Mayor of Eye 1893-4, h. 1S3S ;
in. 1S6S, Catherine Elizabeth, eldest dau. of tlie
late Robert Baker Orford, Esq. of Occold Ilall,
Suffolk, and by her has had issue,

I. Harriett Bertha.

II. Maud Mary.

III. Kate Constance, d. 1888, aged 16.

Lineag-e — The family of Tacon is an old Spani.sh family,
a member of which was Governor of Madrid in the 15th, and
another Captain-General of Cuba in the I8th century.

Charles Tacon, Esq. of Ilinton Hall, Suffolk, m. Mary Ann
Girling, of Yoxford, and by her (who d. 1855) had issue,

I. Charles, of F.yc, Solicitor.

II. Thomas Henry, now of Eed House.

III. Richard John (Rev.), of Mansion Hon.'Je, Eve, and of
Eollesby Eectory, Great Yarmoutti, J.P. lor Nonolk, M.A.
Camb. ; Rector and Patron of Itollesby ; 6. 26 March, 1847;
in. 7 Blay, 1878, Caroline Ballard, only dau. of John Ballard
Pitt, Esq., M.D., by whom he has issue,

1 Richard Charles, h. 5 May, 1881.
3 Waveney Pitt, b. 3 Oct. 1882.

3 Dudley George Tomline, b. 24 Sept. 1886.

4 Thomas Henry Warcup, b. 5 Jan. 1890.

1 Ethel Safford, b. 5 March, 1879. •

2 Mabel Dacre, b. II Blarch, 1880.

3 Caroline Ada Chute, b. 25 Aug. 1884.
Mr. Tacon d. in 1881.

Residences— "Redi House, Eye, and Esplanade, Lowestoft.



TAILBY OF SKEFFINGTON-.

Tailby, William Ward, Esq. of Skeffington
Hall, CO. Leicester, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, J.P.
and D.L. co. Leicester, and J.P. co. Northampton,
High Sheriff of the former shire 1856, is Lord of
the Manors of Skeffington and Welham, h. 18 Jan.
1825; m. 9 Oct. 1850, Mary, dau. of WilUam
Taylor, Esq. of Humberstone Lodge.

Lineage.— Gilbert Tealbte, descended from a Lincoln-
shire family, was living temij. Elizabeth, and was father of

George Tealbte, Esq. of Othorpe Lodge, who purchased
an estate at Slawston, and d. 1657, leaving by Eebecca, his
wife (who d. Sept. 1661), a son,

William Tealbte, Esq. of Slawston, m. there 27 May, 1641,
Jane Hodgkin, and had issue,

I. George, his heir.

II. Gilbert, bapt. 8 Feb. 1643-4.

I. Elizabeth, m. 15 May, 1062, William Basset, of ShawB-
ton.

George Tailbt, Esq. of Slawston, in. and had issue, by
Mary his wife,

I. John, bapt. 6 April. 1663 ; left issue, by Anne, his wife, a
son, John, bapt. 26 Jan. 1096-7.

II. William, bapt. 14 May, 1664.

III. George, of wlmm hereafter.

IV. Thomas, bapt. 25 Jan. 1672-3.

v. Gilbert. vi. Edmund.

I. Jane, bapt. 7 Oct. 1667 ; m. 28 July, 1689, William Inchley,
Esq. of Shawston.

II. Eebecca, bur. 22 Oct. 1670.

III. Mary, in. 9 May, 1700, Edward Drake, Esq. of Halla-
ton.

Mr. Tailby was bur. at Shawston, 21 Dec. 1684. His 3rd
son,

George Tailbt, Esq. of Shawston, bapt. I Jan. 1665-6; pur-
chased an estate at Humberstone ; m. 25 Aug. 1689, Jane
Newbie, of Shawston, and by her had issue,

Thomas, d. an infant, 1090.
George, his heir.

The only surviving son,

George Tailbt, Esq. of Shawston, bapt. 9 Nov. 1691 ; m. 3
Jlay, 1722, Jane Drake, by whom (who d. 24 Dec. 1780, aged
16) he had issue.



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I. 'WybeiTr, t):ipt. 24 March, 172"-4.

n. John, of Shawston, l>apt. 7 Oct. 1727; vt. 20 Feb. 1758,
Anne Palmer, and ,i. 25 June, 1781, having by her (who d.
9 Dec. ndti) had issue,
John, of ShaHston, an antiquarian of some note, b. 5 Jan.
and bapt. 9 Feb. 1759; ?;). butd. s. p. 6 Jan. 1S15.
Anne, ^. 26 July, and bapt. 25 Oct. 1761; m. William
Warner, of Cranoe.
m. Thomas, bapt. 13, and bur. 15 Oct. 1731.
nr. William, of whi in presently.

I. Mary, bapt. 6 June, 1725.

II. Jane. b;ipt. .'i June, 173."!.

III. l;ebeec:^ b;ipt. 19 June, 1736; m. John Kendall, of
Thorpe L;iU;;tjn.

Mr. Tailby d. 22, and was bur. at Shawston, 27 Aug. 1760. His
youngest son,

William Tailey. Esq. of Shawston and Welham, J. 15 Dec.
1744; ,.i. Mary, dau. of Bryan Ward, of Hallaton, by whom
(who d. 31 Dec. 1820, aged 64) he had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Jt'hn, bapt. 11 Jan. 1778 ; d. v.nm., 7th and was bur. at
Welham, 11 Jan. IsoO.

Mr. Tailby d. 29 April, 1829. His elder son,

William Tailby, Esq. of Humberstone, bapt. 31 July,
1773 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of E. Stevens, E.-<q. of Hallaton, and
had issue,

I. Willia.m Ward, now of Skcffington Hall.
I. Eliz.ibeth Mary Anne, m. lioger Dutton Miles, Esq. of
Key ham.

Mr. Tailby d. in 1853.

Arms — Erm., a saltire gu., on a chief az., a garb between
two escallops or. Crtst — On a mount vert a bull passant erm.,
gorged with a wreath of laurel ppr., the sinister foot resting
on an escallop or. J/o((o— Certum i^ete tlnein.

&eat — Sketiington Hall, Billesdon, Leicestershire.



TAILYOUR OF BORROWFIELD.

Eexxt-Tailtoue, Henry WAron, Esq. of
Borrowfield, co. Forfar, C.S. for that co., Major late
E.E., b. 9 Oct._1849 ; m. 9 Sept. 1875, Emily Rose,
3rd dau. of Julm Wingfield Stratford, Esq. of
Addmgton Park, Kent, and has issue,



I. John Wingfield, b. 1S81.

II. Cecil Eaumay.
I. Florence Veraon.



III. Eric.

II. Eleanor Maud.

Iiineage. — Hebcules Tailyour possessed Borrowfield
1615. liis son,

Hercules Tailyoub, s. his father 1662. He m. Katherine,
eldest dau. of the 2nd James Scott, of Logic, and had an only
dau.,

Elizaheth Tailyour, -,h. her cousin-german, Hobert Tail-
your. who s. to Borrowfield 1688. Their eldest son,

KoBEBT Tailyocr, next inherited Borrowfield. He m.
Katherine, 2nd dau. of the 4th James Scott, Esq. of Logie
and was .?. by his son,

Heeccles Tailyoub, of Borrowfield, ;». Catherine, dau. of
Sir William Ogih-y, Bart, of Barras, and was s. by his son,

Robert Tailyocr. He d. uiidi., and was s. by his sister,

Elizabeth Jean Tailyocr, m. 1773, Robert Itenny (who d.
1787, grandson of Patrick Renny, Esq. of Usan, co. Forfar),
and d. 1606, having had, with other children, who d. unm.,

Alexander, his heir.

Hercules, Lieut. -Col. H.M. service, m. Margaret Xess, and
had issue.

Charles, Capt. H.M. 40th Ecgt., killed at the storming of
Monte Video, 1806.

Catherine, m. T. Bruce, Esq. of Amot, and d. 1804.

Juliet, m. June, 1817, Anthony Adrian, 7th Earl of Kintore,
and d. g. p. July, 1819.

Robiaa.

The eldest son,

.\LEXANDEE Eennt-Tailtour, Esq. of Borrowfield, on
succeeding to his mother at her death, 1806, added, by the
directions of her last will, the surname of Tailyoue to that
of Resnt, assumed the Tailyour crest, and quartered the
Renny arms with those of Tailyour. He was 6. 31 Jan. 1775 ;
rn. 7 April, 1808, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Sir Alexander
P^amsay, Bart, of Balmain, and by her (who d. 21 Oct. Ib25)
had issue,

Robert, b. 26 April, 1809; d. unm. 16 June, 1832.
Alexander Ramsay, 6. 22 Aug. 1810 ; d. uiim. 6 June,

1S25.
Thomas, his heir.

William, b. 29 April, 1814; d, unm. 14 Oct. 18.'59.
Henry, Major-Gen. commanuiiig the forces in Cevlon, b. 9

Sept. 1816; m. 19 June, laol, Eleanor Anne, 3rd dau. of



Robert W. Eickart Hepburn, Esq. of Eiekarton, co
Kincirdine, and had issue, Alexander Tailyour, b. 1854'
Henry Thomas, b. 1859; and Elizabeth Jane. '

Elizabeth Bannermann, d. unm. 1 June, 1831.
Jane, d. 8 Sept. 1819. Juliet, d. 21 Aug. 1823.

Jlr. Kiuny-Tailyour d. 8 Feb. 1849, and wa.s s. by his son,

Thomas Renny-Tailyocr, Esq. of Borrowfield, J.P. and
D.L., Major retired on full-pay from Bengal Engineers, and
Hon. Col. 1st Administrative Batt. Forfarshire E.V., b. 18
March, 1812; m. 9 June, 1847, Isabella Eliza, 2nd dau. of
Major Adam Atkinson, of Lorbottle, Northumberland, by
Eleanor Davison his wife, and had issue,

I. Henry Wacgh, now of Borrowfield.

II. Edward lianisay, b. 8 March, 1851.

III. Charles Alexander, b. 6 Sept. 1860; d. 6 Jan. 1867.

IV. Thomas Francis Bruce, Capt. R.E., 6. 8 June, 1863.

I. Elizabeth Lauderdale, m. 1877, William Harry Lumsden,
Esq. of Balmeilie, co. Aberdeen.

II. Louisa Isabella Sidney.
Mr. Renny-Tailyour d. 1885.

^?-»is— Quarterly : Ist and 4th, arg., a tree growing out of
the base vert, on a chief gu. two wings conjoined erm., for
Kenny; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a saltire engrailed sa., between two
men's hearts in chief and base ppr., and as many cinquefoils in
flanks vert, for Tailyour. Crests— 1st, a hand holding a pair
of balances ppr., for Eenny; 2nd, A hand ppr., holding a
passion cross gu., forTAiLYooR. Mottoes— Fvohitate consilium
pcrfecitur, for Renny ; In cruce salus, for Tailyoce.

Heat — Xewmanswell, near Montrose.



TAIT OF MILEia HOUSE.

Tait, John Sprot, Esq. of Milrig House, co.
Ayr, J.P. and D.L., late Lieut.-Col. 12th Eoyal
Lancers, b. Nov. lSi3.

Lineag-e.— William Tait, Esq. of Glasgow, m. 1768,
.Margaret, dau. of Alexander Duncan, Esq. of Lundie, and
sister of Adam, Viscount Duncan, the renowned Admiral, and
by her (who d. 1820) left at his decease, 1817, a son,

James Haldan-e Tait, Rear-Admiral of the Blue, m. 1812
Mary, dau. of Alexander Dtmcan, of Eestalrig, and by her
(who d. 1814) had issue,

Alexander Duncan, of Milrig House.

Marion Louisa, deceased.
Rear-Admiral Tait d. 7 Aug. 1845, and was s. by his only son,

Alexander Duncan Tait, Esq. of Milrig House, J.P. and
D.L., formerly Capt. 4ih Dragoons, b. 1 March, 1813 ; ?)i. June,
1840, Marion, dau. of John Sprot, Esq. of Clapham Common,
and by her (who d. 2 March, 1888) had issue,

James Alexander, of Faiilie House, Kilmasnock, N.B., late
Capt. 4th l^ragoon Guarils, b. April, 1841; vi. 1873, Mary
Anne, eldest dau. of William iJ. Smith-Cuninghame, Esq.
of Caprington, co. Ayr, and d. 1879.

John Sprot, now of Milrig House.

Mr. Tait d. 18S1.

^■.''!( — Milrig House, near Kilmarnock.
Cluti— Army and Navy, S.W.



TALBOT OF liACOCK ABBEY.

Talbot, Charles Hexey, Esq. of Lacoek Abbey,
Wilts, J.P., b. 2 Feb. lS-42; s. his father 1877.

Lineage. — ThK family is descended in the female line,
from the noble House of Shrewsbury.

John Talbot, Esq. of Salwarp (son of Sir John Talbot, of
Albrighton, by Elizabeth, his 2nd wife, dau. of Walter Wrot-
tesley, Esq. of Wrottesley), jit. Olive, dau. and co-heir of Sir
Henry Sharington, Knt, of Lacock, Wilts, which lady m. 2udly,
Sir Robert Stapylton, Knt. of Wighill, co. York, and d. 1646.
John Talbot d. 1581, and was s. by his eldest son,

Sharington Talbot, Esq. of Salwarp, who m. 1st. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Sir Thomas Leighton, and had, with other issue,
his eldest son, Sharington, of whom presently. He m. 2ndly,
Mary, dau. of John Washbourne, Esq., by whom he had, with
other issue, William, of Whittington, ancestor of the present
Earl of Shrewsbury. He d. 1642. The eldest son of the first
marriage,

Sharington Talbot, Esq. of Lacock and Salwarp, m. Jane,
dau. of John Lyttelton, Esq. of Frankley, and had, with other
issue a dau. Elizabeth, who m. Henry Davenport, Esq. of
Hallon, in Shropshire. He d. 1677, and was «. by his eldest
liurviving son.

Sir John Talbot, Knt. of Lacock and Salwarp, a warm
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Sir John Keyt, 1st Bart, of Ebrington, by whom he had
issue,

I. Shakington, who m. Ann, eldest dau. of Sir Francis
Lawley, Bart, of Cannall, co. Stafford, and d. s.jj. 1685.

Sir John Talhot m. 2nd!y, Barbara, dau. of Sir Henry Slingsby,
Bart, of Scriven, co. York, by whom he had issue,

II. John, d. s. p. 1681.
in. Thomas, d. s. p. 168.3.

I. Ann, m. Sir John Ivory, Knt. of New Ross, co. Wex-
ford, eldest son of William Ivory, Esq. of tlie same place,
and had, with other issue, a son John Ivory '1'albot, of
whom presently, and a dau. Barbara, m Henry Davenport,
Esq. of Worfleld, in Shropshire.

ii. Barbara, wife of Sir Henry Telverton, Lord Grey de

Euthyn, and 1st Viscount Longueville.

III. Gilberta, d. unm.

Sir John Talbot d. Feb. 1714, and was bur. at Lacock. His
grandson (the son of his eldest dau.)

John Ivory Talbot, Esq. of Lacock Abbey and Salwarp,
LL.D., M.P. for Ludgershall and for Wilts, m. Mary, dau. of
Thomas, Lord Mansel, of Margam, and had issue, John of
Lacock Abbey, m. 1742, Elizabeth (('. 1744), dau. of James
Stone, Esq. of Badbury Manor, co. Wilts, LL.D., and d. s. p.
1778; Thomas (Rev.), of Margam, co. Glamorgan, m. 1740,
Jane only dau. of Thomas Beach, Esq. of Fittleton, Wilts, and
had a son, Thomas Mansel, of Margam (see Talbot of ilo.rfjam) ;
Martha. John Ivory Talbot d. Nov. 1772. The dau.,

Martha Talbot, in. her cousin, Rev. William Davenport,
LL.D., Uectorof Bredon, co. Worcester, son of Henry Daven-
port, Esq. of Worfield (see Daventort ot Davtnporl), by Bar-
"bara, his 2nd wife, and grandson of Henry Davenport, Esq. of
Hallon, and Elizabeth his wife, all above-mentioned. Mrs.
Davenport was mother of, with other issue,

William Davenport Talbot, Esq. of Lacock Abbey, m.
1796, Lady Elizabeth Theresa Fox-Strangways, eldest dau. of
Henry Thomas, 2nd Earl of Ilchester, and by her (who in.
2ndly, 1804, Charles Feilding, Rear-Admiral R.N. , by whom
ehe had two daus., Caroline, m. 1831, Ernest, 3rd Earl of
Mount Edgcumbe, and Henrietta Horatia, m. 1850, Thomas
■Gaisford, Esq. of Iford, co. 'Wilts) left at his decease, July,
1800, an only son,

William Henry Fox Talbot, Esq. of Lacock Abbc}', LL.D.,
F.R.S., J.P., and D.L., High Sheriff 1840, M.P. for Chippen-
ham, b. 11 Feb. 1800; m. 20 Dec. 1832, Constance, dau. of
Francis Mundy, Esq. of Markeaton, co. Derby, and by her
who d. 1880) had issue,

I. Charles Henry, his heir.

I. Ela Theresa, d. unm. 25 April, 1893.

II. Rosamond Constance.

III. Matilda Caroline, m. 16 June, 1859, J. Gilchrist Clark,
Esq. of Speddoch, Dumfries-sliire, who rf. 1881.

Mr. Talbot (Z. 1877, and was 5. by his only son,

Charles Henry Talbot, Esq., now of Lacock Abbey.

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