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The above are the arms granted to William Davenport
Talljot, Esq., as exemplified in the oriirinal grant, dated 19
June, 1778, and recorded in the Heralds' College, London, 20
•June, 1778.

Scat — Lacock Abbey, Chippenham.


Talbot, Emily Charlotte, of Margam Park,
and Penrice Castle, co. G-lamorgan, eldest dau. and
co-heir of the late Christopher Eice Mansel Talbot,
Esq. of Margam Park and Penrice Castle, Lord
Lieut, of Glamorgan and M.P. for tlie said county,
by Lady Charlotte Butler his vrife, dau. of Eichard,
1st Earl of Grlengall.

Xiine age - The family of Mansel of Margam, one of the
most ancient in England, is said to have been founded by
Philip de Mansel, one of the followers of William the Con-
-querob, from him descended,

Sir Rice Mansel, of Oxwich and Penrice Castles, who was
:8ent by King Henry VIII. in 1536 with a supply of soldiers into
Ireland to assist the Lord Deputy in suppressing a rebellion
raised in that kingdom by the Earl of Kildare. On the sup-
pression of the Monastries by that Sovereign, Sir Rice had a
grant of the Abbey of Margam, and the royalty of the Avon
water. By his first wife, Eleanor, dau. and sole heir of James
Basset, Esq. of Beauprc, he left no issue. By his second wife,
Anne, dau. of Sir (files Bruges, of Coberley, co. Gloucester,
Knt., he had three sous, who all d. in his lifetime, and two

daus., Catherine, wife of William Basset, Esq. of Beanpre;
and Elizabeth, wife of WiUiam Morgan, Esq. of Llanternam,
CO. Monmouth. Sir Rice m. 3rdly, Cicely, dau. of William
Dabridgecourt, Esq., and had

Edward, his sucressor.

Anthony, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Basset, of Llan-

Mary, m. Sir Thomas Southwell, of Norfolk, Knt.
Sir Rice Mansel was «. at his death in 1589, by his elder son,

Sir Edward Mansel, of Margam, who was knighted in 1572,
and who greatly distinguished himself in the service of Queen
Elizabeth. He in. Lady Jane Somerset, youngest dau. of
Henry, Earl of Worcester, and by her, who d. 16 Oct. 1597, he
had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

Francis (Sir), of Trimsaren, created a baronet in 1696, and
from whom the Mansels of Trimsaren descended.

Robert (Sir), knighted by the Earl of Essex for his valour at
the siege and capture of the town of Calais, in 1596.


Elizabeth, m. Sir Walter Eice, of Newton, co. Carmarthen,

Cecil, in. Rowland Williams, Esq. of Llangiby, co. Mon-

Mary, m. Christopher Tuberville, Esq. of Pennlyne.

Anne, m. Edward Carne, Esq. of Nashe.
Sir Edward was s. by his eldest son.

Sir Thomas Mansel, of Margam, who was created aBaronet
22 May, 1611, on the institution of that dignity by King
James I. Sir Thomas m. 1st, Mary, dau. of Lewis, secondLord
Mordaunt, by whom ho had three sons; and2ndly, Jane, dau.
of Thomas Pole, Esq., by whom he had a dau. Mary, wife of
Edward Stradling, Esq. Sir Thomas d. 20 Dec. 1631, and was
s. by his son.

Sir Lewis Mansel, of Margam, 2nd Bart., who m. 1st, Lady
Katherine Sydney, dau. of Robert, 1st Earl of Leicester, but
by her had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Katherine, dau. of Sir
Edward Lewis, ot Van, co. Glamorgan, by whom he had two
daus., Jane, in. Abraham Wogan, Esq., and Blanche, m. Sir
Charles Kemeys, Knt. He rn. 3rdly, Lady Elizabeth Montague,
dau. of Henry, Earl of Manchester, by whom (who in. 2ndly,
Sir Edward Sebright) he had issue,

Edward, his heir. Henry.

Elizabeth, m. Sir William Wiseman, of liivenhall, Bart.

Mary, m. William Leman, Esq. of Northam.

Sir Lewis d. about the year 1638, and was s. by his elder son.
Sir Edward Mansel, of Margam, 3rd Bart., who ni. Martha,
dau. of Edward Carne, Esq. of Wenny, co. Glamorgan, by whom
he had issue,

Edward, who d. unm.

Thomas, heir to his father.

Martha, m. Thomas Jlorgan, Esq. of Tredegar.

Elizabeth, m. Sir Edward Stradling, of St. Donats, Bart.
Sir Edward d. 17 Nov. 1706, aged 70, and was s. by his only
surviving son.

Sir Tho.mas Mansel, of Margam, 4th Bart., Comptroller of
the Household to Queen Anne, one of Her JMajesty's Privy
Council, a Commissioner of the Treasury, and one of the
Tellers of the Exchequer. Sir Thomas was raised to the
Peerage in 1711, as Baron Mansell, of Margam. He m.
Martha, dau. and heir of Francis Millington, Esq. of the City
of London, by whom he had issue,

Robert, m. Anne, dau. and co-heir of Admiral Sir Cloudesley
Shovell, Knt., and dying in the lifetime of his father, 29
April, 1723, left with a dau., a son,
Thomas, successor to his grandfather.

Christopher, 3rd Baron Mansell.

BnssT, 4th Baron Mansell.

Martha. Elizabeth.

Mary, m. John Ivory Talbot, Esq. of Lacock, co. Wilts
{see preceding Memoir), of whom presently.
Lord Mansell d. 10 Dec. 1723, and was s. by his grandson,

Thomas, 2nd Lord Mansell, who d. unm. in 1743, when the
title reverted to his uncle,

Christopher, 3rd Lord Mansell, who d. -anm. in 1744, and
was s. by his brother,

Bdssy, 4th Lord Mansell, who m. 1st, Lady Betty Hervey,
dau. of John, Earl of Bristol, but by her had no issue. He
in. 2ndly, Lady Barbara Blacket, dau. of William, 2nd Earl of
Jersey, and widow of Sir William Blacket, Bart., by whom ho
had an only dau. and heir,

Louisa Barbara, m. George, 2nd Lord Vernon, by whom she

had one dau. Louisa, who d. unm. in 1786. Lady Vernon

d. in the same year.
Lord Mansell d. 29 Nov. 1750, when the Barony and the
Baronetcy expired, but the representation of the family and
the settled estates devolved upon





JoHS Talbot, of Lacoek Alibey, co. Wilts, eldest surviving
son of the before meutioned John Ivory Talbot, Esq. of Lacoek
Abbey {see that famih/), by Maky, dau. of the 1st Baron
Alansell (see abovt). Mr. Talbot a. without issue in 1778, and
was s. by his brother,

Kev. Thomas Talbot, of Margam, who m. in 1746, Jane,
only dau. of Thomas Beach, Esq. of Kittleton, co. AVilts, by
whom he had a son,

Thomas ^Mansel Talbot, Esq. of Margam, who vi. in Feb.
1794, Lady Mary Lucy Fox-Strangways, dau. of Henry Thomas,
•2na Earl of Jlchester (she m. 2ndly, 28 April, 1815, Sir
Christopher Cole, K.C.B., Capt. E.N., and d. 3 Feb. 1855) by
whom he had a son and heir,

Christopher Kick Mansel Talbot, Esq. of Margam and
Penrice Castle, co. Glamorgan, Lord-Lieut, of that co., and
M.P. 1830-90, b. 10 May, 1803 ; m. 28 Dec. 1835, Lady Charlotte
Butler, dau. of Richard, 1st Earl of Glengall, and by her, who
<?. 22 March, 1S46, had issue, one son and three daus.,

Tlieodore Mansel, 6. 1839, M.A. Christ Church, Oxford, J.P.,
d. uniit. 1876.

Emilt Charlotte, now of Margam.

Bertha Isabella, m. 181.6, John Fletcher, Esq. of SaltonHall,
CO. Haddington, and has with other issue, a son,
Andrew Mansel Talbot, b. 1880.
Olivia Emma.

Mr. Talbot d. 17 Jan. 1890.

Seats — Margam Park, Port Talbot, and Penrice Castle, Swan-
sea ; Llandough Castle, Cowbridge.

Touii Residence — 3, Cavendish Square, W.


Talbot, John Htacixth, Esq. of Castle Talbot,
CO. Wexford, J. P., High Sheriff 1894, b. 13 Dec.

Lineage. — Walter Talbot, Clerk of the Crown for co.
Wexford, was a party in a suit in Chancery 158G. He m.
Joane, dau. and co-heir of Jasper Bolane, Esq. of Talbots-
town, en. Wexford, andleft issue, Francis, of wliom presently,
and Elinor, wife of Patrick Walsh, of Ballyclonecranell. The
only son,

Francis Talbot, Esq. of Ballynamony, who was granted
that estate now called Castle Talbot, in the territory of
O'Morchoe's county and co. Wexford, by patent dated 20 Feb.
1617. He m. Anne, dau. of Sir William Synnott, Knt. of
Ballyfarnoge, co. Wexford, and had, with two daus., Joan, m.
Col. John Synnott, and Margaret, vi. Mark Synnott, Esq.), a

Walter Talbot, Esq. of Ballynamony, High Sheriff co.
Wexford 1649. He m. Elinor, dau. of Wi liaiii Esmonde, Esq.
of Johnstown, co. Wexford, and had William, his heir;
Charles, of Curraghcloe, m. Anne Wallis; and Elinor, m.
James Sherlock, Esq. of Ballyna. Mr. Talbot was s. by his

William Talbot. Esq. of Ballynamony, SLP. for Wexford
in King's James II. "s Parliament 16S9, killed at the siege of
Derry, on King James's side ; he m. Margaret, dau. of Richard
Mastei'.-on, Esq. of Castletown, co. Wexford, by whom he left
issue, Roger, his heir; Gabriel (Rev.), Superior of the College
of Oporto; Richard of Ballynagore ; James, in the Spanish
army ; Mary, m. James Byrne, Esq. of Coolnehorney ; Elinor,
m. Walter Butler, Esq., co. Carlow ; and Anne, m. Capt. Mayo,
E.N. Mr. Talbot was s. by his eldest son,

Roger Talbot, Esq. of Ballynamony, hi. 1st, Margaret,
of Robert Walsh, Esq. of The Walsh Mountains, co. Kilkenny,
and had issue,

William, his heir.
He )ii. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Patrick Fitzpatrick, Esq. of
Ballybooden, Queen's co., by whom he had issue,
4 Mathew, successor to his brother.
I Catherine, m. Dominick Ford, Esq. of Ballyfad.

Margaret, ra. Edmund Loghlin, Esq. of Durrow.
Mr. Talbot was s. by the son of his first marriage,

William Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, m. Teresa, dau. of
John Smith, Esq. of Dama, co. Kilkenny, and had issue,

I. Roger, d. v. p.

I. Jane, m. Edward Masterson, brother of Luke Masterson,
Esq. of Castletown.

II. Klizabeth, m. Laurence OToole, Esq. of Buxtown, and
had issue, Bryan O'Toole, Lieut. -Col. of the 7th Portuguese
Kegt. of Cacadores, C.B., Knt. of St. Louis of France, d.

III. Margaret, rn. Edward Sutton, brother of Count Sutton
de Clouard, of Frauca.

Mr. Talbot, whose will was dated 22 June, 1750, d. that year,
and was s. by his half-brother,

Mathew Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, m. 1st, Juliana,
dau. of Richard Donovan, Esq. of Caniolin (sre Donovan o/
Ballymorc), and widow of Richard, 6th Earl of Anglesey, and
had by her (who d. 20 Nov. 1776, and was buried with her 1st
husband, at liossminoge, co. Wexlord) a son,

I. William, his heir.

He m. 2ndly, 11 July, 1783, a dau. of John D'Arcy, Esq. of
Kilullagh, CO. Galway, and widow of Count d'Arcy, of France,
and dying 27 Oct. 1795, left

II. Mathew Roger D'Arcy, Capt. co. Stafford Militia, b. 1786;
d. vnm. 1S50.

III. John IItacinth, who eventually s. to Castle Talbot.

IV. James, of Knockmullen, co. Wexford, J. P., Lieut, in the
1st Regt. of Foot Guards, b. 1794; m. 1824, Mary, dau. of
Edward Sutton, Esq. of Summer Hill, co. Wexford, and d.
1862, having had issue,

1 George, of Knockmullen, C.B., J. P. co. Wexford, Chief
Commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Police from
I87I to 1882, formerly Capt. 13th Light Infantry, in. 1852,
Mary, dau. of James O'Beirne, Esq. of Jamestown, co.
Leitrini, and has issue, George James F'rancis, R.A. ;
Augusta, d. unm. 8 May, 1884 ; and Gwendoline.

2 Mathew Edward, rf. iiiMii,. 20 March, 1869.

3 Henry John, d. unm. 1876.

1 Margaret, m. 1843, Hon. John Charles Dundas, 2ncl
son of Lawrense, 1st Eail of Zetland, by whom (who d.
14 Feb. 1866) she has a son, Lawrence, 1st Marquess of
Zethind. 2 Mary Anne.

I. Margaret Matilda, d. unm. in Paris, bur. at P6re la

II. Anne, Countess of the Order of Bavaria, d. unm.

;AIr. Talbot d. 1795, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, b. 19 Jan. 1765; m.
1st, 30 Jan. 1785, Mary, dau. of Laurence O'Toole, Esq. of
Buxtown, CO. Wexford, and by her (who d. 19 May, 1796) had
]\Iatthew, 6. 7 March, 1 787 ; m. Anne, dau. of Laurence
O'Uourke, Esq. of Bluebell, co. Dublin, and d. 15 Nov. 1838,
having had issue,
Matthew St. Lawrence. (7. v. p. Feb. 1832.
Elizabeth, d. at Brussels 19 June, 1839.
William, heir to his lather.
Laurence, R.N., d. at sea, 8 Nov. 1813.
Maria, m. 27 June, 1814, John, 16th Earl of Shrewsbury and

Waterford ; d. 4 June, 18.)6.
Julia, m. 7 Sept. 1815, I'atrick Bishop, Esq. of Bishop's

Court, CO. Waterford ; d. Feb. 1^20.
Margaret, m. 20 March, 18'20, George Bryan, Esq. of Jenk-
instown, co. Kilkenny, and had issue, George Bryan, Esq.
of JenUinstown, and Augusta Mary, wife of Edward, 2nJ
Lord BcUew.
Mr. Talbot m. 2ndly, 24 Aug. 1796, Anne, dau. of Robert
Woodcock, Esq. of Killown, co. Wexford, and by her (who d.
II March, 1808) had issue,
Robert, Lieut, in the Royal Guard of France, 6. 1799.

d. s. p.
John, Lieut, in the Royal Guard of France, 6. 1800 ; d. in

Charles, b. 1801 ; d. in Jamaica.
George, b. Ib04 ; d. at Richmond, in 'Virginia, North America,

Anne, d. 30 Nov. 1865.

Catharine, m. Henry Lambert, Esq. of Carnogh, D.L. co.
Wexford, and had issue.
Mr. Talbot m. 3rdly, 12 Sept. 1808, Anne, dau. of John Beau-
mant, Esq. of Hyde Park, co. Wexford. He was s. by his
eldest surviving son,

William Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, J.P., Capt. 27th
Regt., and IMajor in the Queen of Spain's service, b. 29 Jan.
1789 ; 1)1. 1st, llonora, dau. of John Power, Esq. sister of
Edmund Power, Esq. of Gurteen, co. Waterford, and widow
of Major Quin, Scots Fusiliers, and 2ndly, Sept. 1859, Charlotte,
dau. of Micaiius John Kennedy, Esq., and d. s. p. 3 Jan. 1861,
when he was s. by his uncle,

John Hyacinth Talbot, Esq. of Castle Talbot, Talbot Hall,
and Ballytrent, J.P., D.L., M.P., m. 1st. 10 May, 1822, Anne,
Eliza, only dau. and heir of Walter Redmond, Esq. of Bally-
trent, CO. Wexford, and by her (who d. 1826) had three daus.
(co-heirs of their mother),
Anne Eliza Mary, m. 30 Aug. 1842, Sir Thomas N. Reding-

ton, K.C.B., of Kilcornan, co. Galway, who d. 1862.
Jane Anne Eliza, m. 26 Jan. 1843, Sir James Power, 2nd

Bart, of Edermine, co. Wexford, wbo d. 30 Sept. 1877.
MatiMa Anna Eliza, m. 23 May, 1848. O'Neill Segrave, Esq.
of Cabra House, co. Dublin, and Kilti.uon, co. Wieklow,
who d. 1878.
He m. 2ndly, 25 Feb. 1851, Eliza, .5th dau. of Sir John Tower,
1st Bart, of Edermine, and by her, who d. la'SJ., had issue.





John Hyacinth, now of Castle Talbot.

Emily, m. 8 Jan. 1880, Heffurnan Considine, Esq., B.A.
Oxon, eldest son of Heffernan, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Derk, co. Limerick.

Anns — Gu., a lion rampant within a bordure engraikd or.
Crest— On a chapeau gn., turned up erm., a lion statant or,
the tail extended. JSIoito — Prest daccomplir.

«€((/.«- '"■inle Talbot, Blaekwaier, co. Wexford; and Bally-
trent, B oadwa/.

ttiii— Siepiien's Green, Dublin.


Talbot, William John, Esq. uf Mount Talbot,
CO. Roscommon, J.P. cos. Galwav and Roscommon,
Higli Sheritifor the latter eoim'ty 18SG, late Capt.
7tli Brigade South Irish Division R.A., h. 1 July,

Lineagre— Richard Talbot, 2nd Justice of the Court of
Common Pleas in Ireland, son of William Talbot, who was a
younger son cf Talbot, of Malahide, m. Mary, dau. of John
Burnell, of Ballyriffin, and had a son,

EicHARD Talbot, Esq. of Templcoge, co. Dublin, m. Eliza-
beth Barncwall, and was father of

John Talbot, Esq. of Templeose, a minor 1577, whose son,

Sir Henbt Talbot, Knt. of Templeoge, co. Dublin, and
Mount Talbot, co. lloscomiuon, m. Marcarft, dau. of Sir Wil-
liam Talbot, Bart, of Cartown, co. Kildare, and sister of
llichard, Duke of Tyrconnel, and by her (who d. 14 Dec. 1663)
left a son and successor,

CoL. James Talbot, of Mount Talbot, -//). Hon. Bridget
Bermingham, dau. of Francis, 19th Lord Athenry, and was
father of

William Talbot, Esq. of Mount Talbot, in. Lucy Hamilton,
a widow, and d. 1692, leaving a son and successor,

Henry Talbot, Esq. of Mount Talbot, m. 1711, Isabella
Forward, and was s. at his decease, 17.iy, by his son,

William Talbot, Esq. of Mount Talbot, m. 1739, Sarah Rose,
and left two sons, Henry lio^e Talbot, who d. 17.59, and

William Talbot, Esq. of Mount Talbot, hi. Elizabeth Rose,
and was father of

William John Talbot, Esq. of iMount Talbot, m. May, 1775,
Lady Anne Crcsbie, dau. of William, 1st Earl of Glandore, and
had issue, three sons, William, of Mount Talbot, d. 1851 ;
John, of whom presently ; and Charles, Capt. 5th Fusiliers,
who fell at the battle of Walcheren. The 2nd son.

Rev. John Talbot, assumed the name and arms of Ckosbie,
in pursuance of the will of his uncle, John, last Earl of Glan-
dore, 14 Feb. 1816. He m. Sept. 1811, Jane, dau. of Lieut. -
Col. Thomas Lloyd, of Beechmount, co. Limerick, and had

William, the present William Talbot Crosbie, Esq. of

Ardfert Abbey, co. Kerry.

John, of Mount Talbot.

Anne, )?i. 27 June, 1S39, Rev. M. A. Cooke.

Diana, m. 6 Au^. 1835, Edward Thomas Coke, Esq. of Deb-
dale, Notts, and of Trusley, co. Derby, Hon. Col. 1st Derby-
shire Militia, and has issue.
Mr. Talbot Crosbie d. Jan. 1818. His 2nd son,

John Talbot, Esq. of Mount Talbot, co. Roscommon, J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1857, formerly of the 35th Regt., h.
4 Oct. 1818; m. 1st, 2 Jan. 1845, Marianne, eldest dau. of
Marcus McCausland, Esq. of Fruit Hill, co. Londonderry, and
by this marriage (which was dissolved by Act of Parliament,
29 July, 1856) he had an only dau. Marianne Jane Theodosia,
m. 21 Oct. 1869, Arthur Eickard Lloyd, son of Thomas Lloyd,
Esq., D.L., of Beechmount, co. Limerick, and d. 3 Jan. 1894.
Mr. J. Talbot m. 2ndly, 15 Oct. 1858, Gertrude Caroline, dau.
of Lieut. -Col. Bayly, of Ballyarthur, co. Wicklow, and by her
(who m. 2ndly, 18 Aug. 1864, Hon. F. G. Crofton, and d. 19
Aug. 1869) had a son, William John, now of Mount Talbot.
Mr. John Talbot d. 16 July, 1859.

.^?-j)is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., a lion rampant within
a bordure engrailed gu., for Talbot ; 2nd, arg., a lion rampant
ea., armed andlanguedgu., in chief two dexter hands apaumee
of the third, for Ckoseie ; 3rd, gu., three cinquefuils, two and
one, erm., for Hamilton. Crtsls — 1st, on a cap of maintenance
az., turned up erm., alion passant gu., for Talbot; 2nd, three
Rwords, one in pale with point upwards and two in saltirc with
points downwards,entwined with a serpent, all ppr., for Ceosbie.
Motto — Prct d'accomplir.

Scat — Mount Talbot, co. Roscommon.

tVii6— Kildare St., Dublin.


Taxceed, George, of Weens, co. Roxburgh, and
Arden, co. York, J.P. and D.L. Roxbm-ghshire,

J.P. N.R. CO. York, late Capt. Royal Scots Grcjs,
and previously Lieut. 17th Lancers, b. 16 Oct!
1831 ; assumed the name and arms of Tanceed by
royal licence, 8 Sept. 18S5, in lieu of that of Cleg-
horn, in compliance with the will of his maternal
imcle, Capt. James R. Dalton, R.N. ; m. 10 June,
1862, Mary Anne Hay, 3rd dau. of Col. Thomas
Lumsden, C.B., of Belhelvie Lodge, co. Aberdeen,
by Hay his wife, dau. of John Burnett, Esq. of
Elrick, and has issue,

I. George Harry Lumsden, b. 22 May, 1863.

II. James Charles, Lieut. Royal Xavy, b. 17 Sept. 1864.

III. Thomas Angus, Lieut. Royal Artillery, b. 16 Sept. 1867.

IV. Richard Fairfax, b. 31 March, 1875.

V. Edward Meynell, b. 26 March, 1877.

VI. John Yule, b. 16 April, 1879.

VII. Walter Cecil, b. 11 Feb. 1S85.

I. ."^rary Norcliffe. n. Katharine Wray.

III. Frances Madeline.

IV. Edith Dalton, b. 19 April, 1873; d. 13 July, 1890.
Lineage. — The late George Cleghobn, of Weens, son of

Thomas Clcghorn ((/. 1813), by Mary his wife (m. 1776),
eldest dau. of George Yule, of Gilislees, rn. 5 Feb. 1822,
3Iaria Catherine, 3rd dau. of Colonel Jolin Dalton of Slen-
ingford Park, co. Y^ork, and Fillingham Castle, co. Lincoln,
and had issue,

I. George, now of Weens.

II. James Charles, m. 10 .May, 1869, Sarah, youngest dau. of
the Rev. Thomas Walker, of co. Derry, and lias issue, a son,
Charles Angus, Lieut. K.A., and five daus.

i;i. Thom.ia Angus, d. 10 Jan. 1860, at Sea.
IV. John Dalton, m. 1870, Sarah, dau. of Col. Hawley, and
had issue.

I. Mary Norcliffe, m. 1847, her cousin, Capt. Charles James
Dalton, K.A. (see Dalton of Skaiiviford Park).

II. Susan, m. 1*58, George Mellis Douglas, and had issue, a
son, George Prescott, Capt. Queen's bays.

III. Cecilia, m. 1851, Arthur Campbell, of Catrine, Ayrshire,
and had issue.

IV. Frances Madeline, (.;. unm. 1870.

Arms— Arg., a chevron between three escallops, gu. and (for
distinction) in the centre chief point a cross-crosslet also gules.

Crest— .\n olive tree fructed, ppr. charged (for distinction) oa
the trunk with a cross-crosslet .gold.

5e(a.5— Weens House, Hawick, N.B. : Arden Hall, Helmsley,


Taxxee, Ret. John Yowlek, of Kings Xympton
Park, CO. Devon, J.P. and D.L., and County Coun-
cillor, B.A. Cambridge, Rector of Chawleigh, b.
1830 ; m. 1871, Eliza, elder dau. of late Sir M. W.
Thompson, 1st Bart, of Guiseley, co. York, and has

Charles Pbile, 6. 1S73.

Mary Agnes.

Lineagre.— JA5IES Tanner, Esq. of Kings Nyrapton Park,
J.P. (son of Robert Tanner, Esq. by Mary his wife, dau.
of Thomas Melhuish, Esq. and grandson of Jonathan Tanner,
Esq. of Rose, Ash, Devon), m. 1827, Elizabeth, dau. of John
Vowler, Esq. of Parnacott, Devon, and d. 1868, leaving issue,

John Vowleb, now of Kings Nympton.

James Melhuish, m. 1880, Caroline, dau. of the late Rev.
James Buckingham, Rector of Doddiscombsleigh.

Mary, m. 1855, Sir Charles Malcolm Kennedy, K.C.M.G.,

^?-)iis— Arg., three Moors' heads couped at the neck in pro-
Die sa., wreathed round the temples of the first and gu. Crest
— A Moor's head, as in the arms.

Seat — Kings JNyiiipton Park, near Chulmleigh, North Devon.

Hesuience — Chawleigh Rectory, North Devon.


Taeletox, Alfbed Heney, Esq. of Breakspears,
Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, J. P., late Lieut. R.N., b.
16 May, 1862 ; served in the Royal Navy, 1874-88 ;
m. 8 Feb. 1888, Henrietta Charlotte, only child of
Admiral Tennyson D'Eyncourt, C.B., of Bayons
Manor, co. Lmcoln (.see that family), by Lady
Henrietta his wife, 4th and youngest dau. of the
4th Duke of Newcastle, and has had issue,





I. Freda Henrietta.

n. Finetta, d. 30 Mav, 1S90.

Mr. Tarleton *. to the estates of Breakspears,
Cranfield, Garsingtou, and Deptford, by tlio -will of
Mrs. Drake, -widow of W. W. Drake, Esq. of
JJreakspcars, -svLo Mas son of Eer. W. W. Drake,
Hector of Malpas, Cheshire, by Eliza, dau. of
Thomas Tarleton, Esq. of Bolesworth.

Iiineag-e. — This family is descended from an ancient
family of Taki.etos of Aigburlh, uo. Lancaster, in which co.
tliey were seated early in the 13th centnry.

The records of H.M. College of Arms p;ive Edward Tarle-
ton, of Chnreh Stile House, Liverpool (sixteenth in descent
from Walter de Tarleton) who was commander of the
" Dublin" man-of-war, and a Justice of Peace. He was 6.
16J0 ; m. 1st, 16-10, Margaret, dau. and co-heir of William
Ireland, Esq. by Eleanor his wife, dau. of Edward Moor, Esq.
of Bark Hall, co. Lancaster, High Sheriff of that co. ; and
Cudly, 1061, Anne, dau. of Henry Corlcs, Esq., and had issue
by his 1st wife,

I. John, of whom presently.

II. Edward m. Margaret, dau. of W. Rimmer, Esq. of
Eimmer Court, co. Lancaster, and d. 1723, leaving issue.

I. Dorothy, m. — Walker, Esq. of Liverpool.

II. Margaret, in. Thomas liayley, Esq.

III. Frances, ni. Timothy Tarleton, Esq.

Edward Tarleton, who, by his will, founded the charity for
seamen's widows in Liverpool, called Tarleton's, (/. 1690,
aged 70, and was bur. at St. Nicholas, Liverpool. His elder

JoHv Tarleton, Esq. 6. 1650; m. 1st, Anne, dau. of
William English, Esq. of Ireland; and 2ndly, Anne, dau. and
heir of William Clcvland, Esq., and rf. 20 Dec. 1721 (bur. at
St. Nicholas", Liverpool), having had (with fourteen other
sons, who (?. s.p.),

Thomas, of whom presently.

Edward, m. Isabel, dau. and co-heir of Jonathan Livesey,
Esq., and had issue.

Anne, m. 1705, Ralph Williamson, Esq.
The eldest son by the 1st marriage,

Thomas Tarleton, Esq. b. 16S0; m. 1715, Bridget, eldest
dau. of Richard Houghton, Esq. of Highfield, co. Lancaster,
(she d. 3 May, 1773), and d. Dec. 1731 (Inir. in St. Paul's
Churchyard, London), having had (with three other sons and
two daus., all of whom d. s. p.) a son,

John Tarleton, Esq. of Aigburth, co. Lancaster, and
Bolesworth Castle, co. Chester, J. P., Mayor of Liverpool, 1764,
b. March, 1719; m. 1751, Jane, eldest dau. and co-lieiress of
Banastre Parker, Esq. of Cuerdon, co. Lancaster (she d.
1797), and d. 6 Sept. 1773 (bur. at St. Nicholas', Liverpool),
having had issue,

I. William, d. s. p. 1778, aged 20.

II. Thomas, of whom presently.

III. Banastre (Sir), G.C.B., Gen. In the army, h. 21 Aug.
1754; served with di^^tinction in the Amcriean and Penin-
sular wars, and was created a baronet 1818. He m. 17 Dec.
1798, Priscilla Susan Bertie, natural dau. of Robert, 4th
Duke of Ancaster, and d. s. p. 16 Jan. 1833. She d. 13 Aug.
1864. {See Bdrke's Extinct Baronetcies).

rv. John, of Finch House, t. 1755 ; m. 1790, Isabella, dau.

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