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ght Rev. Benjamin Moore, Bishop of New York, d. leav-
ing issue. II. Susan Helen.
His son.

Gen. Pringle Taylor, of Pennington House, co. Southamp-
ton, K.H., Gen. in the army. Col. 24th Regt., 6. 25 Jan. 1796;
m. 12 July, 1827, Adelaide Frances, only surviving dau. of
Col. John Shedden, of the 15th Hussars, of Kastonton, near
Andover, and of ElTord, Lymington, Hants, by Sophia Eliza-
beth his wife, dau. (by Fanny Maria, dau. of Sir Robert
Sewell, Bart.) of Matthew G. Lewis, Esq., Deputy-Secretary of
War, and had issue,

I. Cortlandt, now of Pennington.

II. Lewis William Mulcaster, b. 28 Feb. 1830, d. 9 Sept. 183S.

III. Morlatt Conrad Eustace, 6. 22 Sept. 1831, d. 19 April,
1832. I. Isabel Sophia Eliza.

This distinguished officer served in India from 1811 to 1820,
and during the whole of the Mahratta war of 1817, 1818, and
lbl9. In 1S23 and 1824 he was employed in the Cape Cavalry
against the Kaffirs, nnd from 1854 to 1858 commanded a large
field force in British Kaffraria. Subsequently he was Com-
mander of the Forces, and Lieut. -Governor of Jamaica and its
Dependencies. Gen. Taylor d. 5 April, 1884.

Siats — Pennington House, near Lymington, Hants ; and
Mount House, St. Leonards-on-Sea.



TAYLOR, late OF TYN LLWYN.

Taylor, Egbert Mascie, Esq., late of Tyn
Llwyn, CO. Merioneth, J. P., formerly an Officer
25tli King's Own Borderers, b. 12 Oct. 1818 ; m.
1st, 9 June, 1842, Elizabeth Francis, eldest dau. of
James Poynter Garland, Esq. of The Priory,
Wareham, Dorset, and by her (who d. 1891) has
issue,

I. DoMviLLE Mascie, Lieut.-Col. 27th Inniskillings, b. 22
Sept. 1843 ; m. 1888, Fanny Grace, 3rd dau. of the late S.
Turner, Esq., and has issue, a dau. 6. 1890.

II. Mascie Henry, b. 14 April, 1845; to. 13 July, 1869, and
has four sons and two daus.

in. Geoffrey Mascie, b. 20 Sept. 1856 ; d. 5 Oct. 1879.
I. Fanny Mary, b. 21 July, 1846 ; m. July, 1881, Capt. G.
Villiers Turner, South Yorkshire Regt., and has issue.

He m. 2ndly, 21 Jan. 1892, Harriet Mary Consi-
dine, eldest dau. of Lieut-Col. Bentham, of the
3rd Eoyal Lancashire Militia, and 52nd Light
Infantry. Mr. R. M. Taylor is the 3rd son of
the late Rev. Mascie Domville Taylor, of Lymme
Hall, by Diana his first wife, dau. of John Hough-
ton, Esq. of Wavertree.

Residence— bZ, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park.

CLub—kxmy and Navy.



TAYLOR OF RADCLIFFE-ON-TRENT.

Taylor, William Henry Wood, of The Hall,
Radcliffe-on-Trent, co. Nottingham, b. 6 Aug. 1860 ;
m. 1884, Helen Janette, 2nd dau. of Thomas Dodd,
Esq, of St. Mary's Priory, Walhngford, and has
issue,

I. Montague William Wood, 6. 6 Dec. 1886.

II. John Henry Wood, 6. 3 Nov. 1889.
I. Helen Mary Wood, b. 25 Sept. 1885.

Lineage. — James Taylor, Esq. of Cathorpe, the descen-
dant of an old Lancashire family, m. Jane, only child of John
Moore, Esq., by Bridget his wife, 3rd dau. and co-heir of
Montague Woods, Esq. of Woodborough, Notts, the represen-
tative of the very ancient house of the Woods or Woodes, of
Colwich, Lambley, and Woodboyough, which by intermarrying
with various Nottinghamshire families, became possessed of
large estates, several oi which passed away with junior
branches, whilst a principal one sull remains vested in Mr.
Taylor. By Jane his wife (who m. 2ndly, Mr. Hedges), Mr.
Tayior left at his decease, 1734, a son and successor,

John Taylor, Esq. of Radcliffe-on-Trent, m. 1780, Sarah
Simes, and by her (who d. 19 Oct. 1834, aged 74) he left at
decease, 3 Oct. 1816, aged 84, a son and successor,



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WiLLTAM Tatlor, Esq. of Radcliffe-on-Trent, co. Notting-
ham, J.F. and D.L., b. 20 Jan. 1783 ; m. 11? Dec. 1809, Juliana,
dau. of IJenjamin Bagsliaw, Esq. of Mansfield, and had issue,
John Bagshaw, late of The Hall ; William Henry, late Capt.
87th liegt., afterwards one of the Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-
at-Arms, ti. May, 1854; Juliana, i/. March, 1859; Mary Jane
and Anna, twins (Anna, (i. 1844) ; and Georgina, m. 6 Oct. 1840,
Jonathan Aklerson, Esq., youngest son of Eev. J. Alderson,
Eector of Harthill, and d. 7 Feb. 18S2.
His eldest son,

John Bagshaw Taylor, Esq. of The Hall, Eadcliffe-on-
Trent, co. Nottingham, ,J.P., High Sheriff 1868, 6. 15 Oct.
1811; m. 20 June, 1854, Anna Maria, eldest dau. of Henry
Charles Dakeyne, and by her (who d. 12 July, 1884) had issue,

I. John Montagtte Wood, b. 16 Dec. 1856.

II. William Henry Wood, now of Kadcliffe-on-Trent.
Mr. J. B. Taylor d. 26 Jan. 1893.

Seat— The Hall, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Notts.
Residence — Woodborough, Oriel Crescent, Scarboro".



TAYLOR OF CAESHALTON PARK.

Taylor, John Feedeeick William Blake,
Esq. of Carshalfcon Park, Surrey, Lord of the
Manor, J. P. and County Councillor, Capt. 3rd
Queen's (Ecyal West Surrey) Eegt., b. 15 Jan.
1867 ; educated at Eton and Trinity Hall, Cam-
bridge, m. 4 Aug. 1888, Florence Irene Emily, only
dau. of Sir James Cricbton Browne, F.R.S., LL.D.,
J. P. of Crindan, co. Dumfries, and bas issue,

George William, 6. 29 Sept. 1892.

Sybil Irene Eleanor, h. 26 Feb. 1390.

Lineag-e. — This family claims to descend from the Taylors
of Dltlon, CO. Cambridge, and of Battersea, co. Sarrei/, and
this claim is supported by the fact that the Taylors of Car-
shalton have consistently borne the same arms for many
generations.

Nicholas Taylor, of the Isle of St. Christopher, in the
West Indies, living 1767, was father of

I. George, of Carshalton Park, co. Surrey, and Lord of the
Manor, M.A. Brasenose Coll. Oxford, D.C.L., b. 1736 ; d.
uum. 30 June, 1814.

II. William, of whom presently.

III. John, of Carshalton Park, and Lord of the Manor, b.
1750; M.Eleanor Warren, and (L 9 July, 1832, having by
her (who d. 16 Oct. 1832, aged 85), had issue, 1 Ann, m.
Joseph Estridge, of Margate, co. Kent, sometime Capt.
Eoyal Dragoons (who d. 1814), leaving i^sue ; 2 Mary, m.
John Plummer.

I. Elizabeth, m. Houston Douglas, Esq., and had issue.
The 2nd son,

Eev. William Taylor, of Swanage, co. Dorset, sometime
Kector of the Parish Church cf St. Antcny in the Island of
Montserrat, b. 1745; m. 23 Dec. 1801, Sarah Stevens, and d.
28 May, 1823, aged 78, having had issue,

John, of whom presently.

George (Rev.), M.A. Exeter Coll. Oxon, Curate of Langton
Maltravers, bapt. 24 Feb. 1808 ; d. unvi. 7 July, 1834.

Marianne, bapt. 12 Aug. 1810.

The elder son,

John Taylor, Esq. of Carshalton Park, J. P., M.A. Brase-
nose Coll. Oxon, Lord of the Manor of Carshalton 1832-1805 ;
bapt. 28 Dec. 1803; in. 1834, Mary Ann Pushman, and ci. 3
March, 1865, leaving by her (who d. 1863) an only son and
heir,

Capt. William Taylob, Lord of the Manor of Carshalton,
Capt. Worcestershire Eegt., b. 8 April, 1837; m. 3 July, 1866,
Marion Emily, youngest dau. of John Richard Chambers,
Esq. of Madras, and d. 30 Nov. 1868, leaving aa only son,

John Frederick William Blake, now of Carshalton Park.
Eis widow m. 2ndly, April, 1871, James Duncan, Esq. of Tun-
bridge Wells.

iSeaJ— Carshalton Park, Carshalton, Surrey.



TAYLOR OF RENDCOMB PARK.

Taylob, James, Esq. of Kendcomb Park, co.
Gloucester, J. P. cos. Lancaster and Gloucester, m.
1st, Jane, dau. of William Lamb, Esq. of Coppall
Hall, CO. Lancaster, 2ndly, May, 18S8, Editba
Agr.es, eldest dau. of tbe late Warden George
Sergison, Esq. of Cuckfield Park, Sussex, by Editba
his wife, sister of the late Lord Hastings, of Mel-
ton Constable, Norfolk.
II.



Lineage — James Taylor, Esq. of Wignn, co. Lancaster,
had issue, by Mary llopwood, his wife,

James, of Rendconib Park (which he purchased in 1883).

John, d. in Australia.

Thomas, m. Helen Biggs, of Bolton, and has issue, two

daus.
Richard, m. Rosa McMullen, of Hertford, and has issue.
Mary, m. Eev.— Snape, Rector of Hlackrod, who li. 1875,

leaving issue, one son, Richard Charles.
Helen, d. unra.

Seat— Rendcomb Park, Cirencester.



TEMPEST OF ACKWORTH GRANGE.

Tempest, Wilfrid Feancis, Esq. of Ackworth
Grange, co. York, J.P. for West Eiding, York, b.
22 Oct. 1816 ; m. 1st, 21 April, 1868, Agnes Mary,
4th dau. of Thomas A. A. Perry, Esq. of Bitbam
House, Atou Dassett, co. Warwick, and by her had
issue,

I. Aelred Joseph, 6. 31 March, 1877.
n. Aidan Joseph, b. 25 March, 1879.
HI. Norbert Joseph, 6. 3 June, 1882.

IV. Arthur Joseph, b. 19 Oct. 1885.

I. Agnes Mary, b. 10 Jan. 1869.

II. Maude Mary, b. 8 June, 1875.

in. Ethel Mary Frances, b. 30 March, 1881.

He m. 2ndly, 30 July, 1888, Florence Helen, only
dau. of Vincent Lesassier O'Rourke, Esq. of Eathga,
CO. Dublin, and by her has further issue,

V. Wilfrid Norman, 6. 8 June, 1889.

VI. Wulstan Joseph, 6. 22 Jan. 1891.
IV. Audrey Clare, b. 15 Sept. 1892.

Lineage — This family is a younger branch of the Tem-
pests of Brouf/hton and Braciwdl, now baronets of Iluaton, fc r
whose ancient lineage .see Bcrke's Peerage.

Stephen Tempest, Esq. of Broughton, 6. 1 May, 1750, m. 1
May, 1787, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. and co-heir of Henry Blundell,
Esq. of Ince Blundell, co. Lancaster, and by her (who ti. 25
April, 1845) had issue,

I. Charles Robert, 6. 21 April, 1794. created a baronet (see
Burke's Peerage), d.unm. 8 Dec. 1865, when liis bai'unetcy
became extinct.

II. Henry, 6. 18 Oct. 1795; m. 5 July, 1829, Jemima, 2nd
dau. of Sir Thomas Joseph De Trafford, 1st Bart of TrafTord
Park, and by her (who d. 17 Jan. 1883) had with other issue,
Charles Harry, created a baronet (see Burke's Peerage).

III. Walter Joseph, b. 7 May, 1801; m. 1 Oct. 1826, Mary
Anne, only dau. of James Sargent, Esq., and d. at Borne,

I May, 1868. She d. 20 July, 1835.

IV. Joseph Fran'cis, of whom we treat,

V. Thomas Peter, in holy orders of the Church of Eome, 6.

II March, 1808 ; d. 19 Nov. 1861.

I. Anna Maria, d. unm. 8 Aug. 1854.

II. Frances Barbara, a nun, d. 18 Jan. 1853.

III. Catherine Mary, ?«. 1825, John Nicholas Coulthurst, Esq.
of Gargrave, and had issue.

IV. Monica Clare, d. 1861.

Mr. Tempest in 1802, inherited on the death of Mrs. Bertie, the
manor of Coleby, co. Lincoln, as heir-at-law to his great-
grandmother, Anne, dau. and sole heir of Henry Scrope, Esq.
of Danby. He d. 23 Nov. 1824. His 4th son,

Joseph Francis Tempest, Esq., b. 15 July, 1804, -m. 21 Sept.
1840, Frances Bridget, dau. of John Hercy, Esq. of Crutchfield
House, Berks, and had issue,

I. Francis Roger, b. 9 Aug. 1841 ; d. Oct. 1865.

II. Piers Francis Gilliot, b. 24 Feb. 1843.

III. Alplionsus Joseph Francis, 6. 28 Nov. 1844.

IV. Wilfrid Francis, now of Ackworth Grange.

V. Wulstan Francis, 6. 21 Oct. 1848.

VI. Aelred Aloysus Francis, in holy orders of the Church of
Eome, b. 21 Sept. 1850.

VII. Aidan Walter Francis, b. 4 Nov. 1852; m. 29 April, 1891,
Mary Ellen, dau. of John O'Neill, Esq. of Blanchester, and
has issue, Oswald Aidan, and Hugh I'iers.

I. Mary Louisa Frances, ki. 28 April, ls80, Wilfrid Francis
Anderton, Esq. of llaighton, co. Lancaster, and has i.-^sue,
Dunstan Francis ; Cuthbert Francis ; Elfiid Mary Frances ;
and Winifred Jlary Frances.
Mr. Joseph Francis Tempest d. 4 July, 1865.

Aiins—(See Burke's Peerage, Tempest, Bart.).
Seat — Ackworth Grange, Pontefract.



TEMPLE OF BISHOPSTROW.

Temple, Geentille Xewton, Esq. of Bishops-
trow, Wilts, s. his bi'othcr 1892.

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Liineag'e. — AVilliam Temple, of Bishopstrow (son of John
Teniplr, of Kingston Devi-rill), jji. twice. By his 1st wife he
haa 1'kteb, of whom presently; Joseph, t. 1G66, whose
deseendunts are settled in Virginia, U.S.: Mary, vi. Joseph
Ivyleai, ofFrome; and Anne, m. Mr. Pearse, of Devizes. By
his -Jnd wi'e, a dau. of — Benett, Esq. of Norton Bavant,
Mr. Temple had two sons, who d. young. The eldest sur-
vivinj: son,

I'ETEB Temple, Esq. 6. 1661 ; m. Mary Pearce, of Devon,
end had issue. The 2nd, but eldest survivinjr son,

Sauoel Temple, Esq., b. 1696; Mary, dau. of William
Lanuley, Esq. of Warminster, and d. 1731, having had two sous,
Peter Temple, 6. 1723, d. itnin. 17,'i6, and

William Temple, Esq. of Bishopstrow, b. 1726, who vi. 1st,
Jane Ball: 2ndly, Elizabeth Wansey ; and ordly, 14 Feb, 1780,
Sarah Gaisford, of Westbury, aunt to Kev. Thomas Gaisford,
D.D., Dean of Ch. Ch. Oxford. By the last-nimed lady he left
at his decease, Aug. 1781, a son,

William Temple. Esq. of Bishopstrow, Wilts, J. P., High
SherilT ISSS, b. 2 M.arch, 1781; m. 27 Oct. ls.31, Fanny, dau.
oi liev. T. Stonhouse Vigor and granddau. of the Kev. Sir
James Stonhouse, Bart., and had issue,

I. William John, b. 26 Feb. 183.3; d. 7 Dec. 1849.

II. George, J.P., b. 4 June, 1834 ; m. 4 April, 1861, Sarah
Amelia Lucy, 4th dau. of John Lane, Esq. of The Grange,
Loyton, Esse.x, and King's Bromley, co. Stafford, auu d.
10 Dec. ls6S, leaving issue,

1 Verb de Lone, late of Bishopstrow.

2 Gbenville Newton, now of Bisliopstrow.

3 St. John William.
1 Madeline.

His widow m. 2ndly, 4 Jan. 1872. .\ylmer Anthony, youngest
son of Sir Francis D. Astley, Bart.
I. Frances Mary, m. Ilev. Johnliule, and has issue, a son,

Ivan Temple.
n. Ella Vera. in. Charlotte.

His grandson,

Vere de Lone Temple, Esq. of Bishopstrow, Wilts, Lieut.
19th Hussars, d. 1892, and was s. by his brother.

Arms — Arg., two bars, each charged with three martlets or.
Cnst — A talbot sejant sa. collared and ringed or.
/Stat— Biihopstrow House, near Warminster, Wilta.



TEHPLER OF LINDRIDGE.

Templee, John G-eoegk Edmund, Esq. of
Lindridge. Devon, J.P., Capt. late Highland Light
Infamrv, b. 1855 ; m. 1891, Frances, dau. of Capt.
W. H. Mall, E.N.

Iiineag-e. — The ancestor of this family arrived with
William III., a captain in his guards, and afterwards settled
at Exeter.

James Templeb, Esq. of Stover Lodge, Devon, who built that
beautiful seat, m. and had issue,

I. James, of Stover, Devon, m. and left (with four daus.)
three sons,

1 George, of Stover, who sold that estate to the Duke of
Somerset. He d. leaving daus. onlj-.

2 John (Rev.), of Newton Abbot, Devon, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Joseph Sunter, Esq., and d. leaving one BOn,
Ptcginald William Templer, Esq. of The Hill, Teignmouth,
and one dau.

3 Francis, d. leaving one son and daus.
n. John, of Lindridge, d. s. p.

III. George, H.E.I.C.C.S., purchased the manor of Shapwick
of Dennis Ptolle, Esq. He r/i. 5 March, 1781, Jane, eldest
dau. of Henry Paul, Esq. of West Monkton, Somerset, and
had issue,

1 George Henry, of Shapwick, Somerset, M.A., J. P. and
D.L., b. 1 April, 1782 ; ?,.. 21 May, lb07. Miss Graham,
eldest dau. of Thomas Graham, Esq. of Kinross House,
CO. Kinrcss, N.B., and left issue,

Sophia Jane, m. Henry Bull Strangways, Esq. of Shap-
wick, Somerset.

2 John William, m. 1st, Charlotte, 2nd dau. of James
Wintle. Esq., and had issue, one dau., Sophia Charlotte,
Til. Coutts Trotter, Esq. of the H.E.I.C.C.S., Bengal, and
2ndly, Maria Anne, dau. of John Boileau, Esq., by whom
he had issue, one son, Charles Boileau, aad four daus.,
Maria Georgiana, m. Capt. Samuel Tickell, of the Bengal
Military Service ; Lucy Anne, vi. Alfred Cheek, Esq. ;
Ada litzroy; and Charlotte Leicester, m. Ihot^, at
Benares, East Indies, Capt. William Noel Waller, K.A.,
and d. 16 Nov. 1861, having had issue, Harry Noel, b. 19
Aug. lb.')9; and Maud Charlotte Noel.

S James Acland, ra. Anne, dau. of Bryant Mason, Esq.,
and d, leaving issue, one son,



James Geobge John Tkmpleb, of Lindridge, S.f,
Lieut. Col. Commanding 3rd Batt. Devon K.V., b. 1829;
111. It<.')4, Frances Elizabeth, dau. of Joseph Mortimer,
Esq., and had issue,

John Geobge Edmund, now of Lindridge.
Juiiies Mortimer, 6. 1858.
Arthur Henry, 6. lSb9.

Frederick Napier, Lieut. R.M.A., b. 5 Aug. 186.5.
Alfred .Mason, b. 1868.

Frances .Alaria. Caroline Rosa.

Anne Georgina. Evelyn Mary.

Mr. Templer d. 10 Feb. 1883.
I Sophia Anne, m. Sir William Templer Pole, 7th Bart, ot
Shute House, Devon.

IV. VVilli;im, d. young.

V. Charles Beckford, lost in the " Haswell," East India-
man.

■VI. Henry, m. and left issue (besides daus.), four sons,

1 John Line, of Stoke, Devonport, J. P., Major S. Devon
Jlilitia, III. .Vnne, dau. of George Davey, Esq., and d.
Ib6.i, leaving issue.

2 Henry. 3 Frederick. 4 George, deceased.
I. Anne, m. 1781, Sir John William Pole, 6th Bart, of Shuti,

Devon.

.^/liis— Quarterly, az. and gu., the perspective of an antique
temple arg., on tin- pinnacle and exterior battlements a cross
or; in the 1st (juarter, an eagle displayed ; in the 2nd, a stag
tri; pant reguarikuit, of the last. Crest — A mount vert, thereon
a holy lamb arg., in the dexter foot a pennon of the second,
charged with a cross of St. George, the streamers wavy az. and
gu., the staff or, under an oak-tree ppr., fructed or. Motto —
Nihil sine labore.

Utat — Lindridge, Teignmouth. Devon.

Ct«i>— Army and Navy ; and Naval and Military.



TENISON OF LOUGHBAWN.

Tknison, Major William, of Loughbawn, co.
ilonaiilian, J. P., Major late Manchester Regt., m. 30
Dec. 1882, Marion Angela,younge3t dau. of Thomas
Uuggins, Esq. of Buxted Lodge, Sussex, and has
issue,

I. William Percival Cosnahan, h. 25 June, 1884.

II. Thomas Michael Greville, 6. 27 Aug. 1891.
I. Marguerite Angela.

liineagre.— Tliis family is derived from the same stock as
that of the celebrated divine, Thomas Tenison, D.D., Arch-
tiishopof Canterbury 1695-1715, consecrated Bishop of Lincoln
1694, and translated 1695 to the Archiepiscopal see.

Thomas Te.mson, Esq. of Carrickfergus, co. Antrim, tmip,
Chap.les I., had three sons, William and Robert, both m. and
living at Carrickfergus with issue in 1682, and

The Most Rev. Richabd Tenison, D.D., Bishop of Meath, 6.
1642, entered the University cf Dublin 2 Nov. 1659, of which
he eventually became Vice-Chancellor. He was consecrated
Bishop of Killala and Achonry 19 Feb. 1682, from which see he
was translated successively, to Clogher, 26 Feb. 1691, and
to Meath, 25 June, 1697. He had issue,

I. Henry, of Dillonstown, Louth, M.P. for co. Monaghan
It 9;'), and for Louth 1703, who m. Anne Moore, by whom he
had issue, Thomas, a Justice of the Common Pleas, and
Mary, iii Nicholas Coddington, Esq., ancestor of Codding-
ton, ot Oldbiiilge, co. Meath.

II. Richard, of Thomastown, co. Louth, M.P. for Dunleer,
1715; lit. Margaret, dau. of William Barton, Esq. of
Thomastown, and d. 1725, leaving by her (wlio in.
2iidly, 1732, Rev. Patrick Delany, D.D.) one son and
two daus.

1 William, of Philipstown, ra. 1727, Maria Townley, of
Melefoni, CO. Louth, and d. intestate, 1728.
1 Elizabeth, d. t. p. 2 Margaret, d. i. p.

III. John.

IV. NoRBCBT, of whom presently.

V. Thomas, of Finglas, co. Dublin, m. Alice, dau. of the
Rev. Wil.iam Mosse, Rector of Maryborough, Queen's co.,
and d 4 May, 1764, leaving by her (who d. July, 1775) two
daus. (.Mary Jane, m. 1759, Hon. and Kev. Richard Henry
Ro: er, 2nd son of Henry, 8th Baron Teynham ; Ann, ?».
i;50, James Edwards, Esq. of Old Court, co. Wicklow) and
one son,

Thomas, b. about 1730, M.P. for co. Monaghan, 1780; m.

1758, JlaryAnne, 2nd dau. of Col. John Daniel Degennes,

of Portarlingion, Queen's co., and had an only son,

Thomas, of Castle Tenison (now Kilronan Castle), M.P.

for Boyle 1792, and afterwards Lieut.-Col. Roscommon

Jiiliiia: m. 1st, ls03, Lady Frances Anne King, dau.

ot Edward, 1st Earl of Kingston, and by her (who d.

May, 1 a 1 2) had two sons,

Xhouias, of Ca£tle Tenison, d. unm. 5 Nov. 1843,



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Edward Kino, of Kilronan Castle, co. Eoscommon,
il.JI.'s Lieut, and Gustos Eotulorum of that co.,
served as High Sheriff cos. lioscommon and Leitrim,
M. P. for the latter cc. from la47 to 1852, and J.F.
for COS. lioscommon, Leitrim, and Sligo, 6. 21 Jan.
1805; m. 26 Nov. 1838, Lady Louisa Mary Anne
Anson, eldest dau. of Thomas William, 1st Earl of
Lichfield, and d. 19 June, 1878, having by her (who
d. 27 Aug. 1882) had two daus.,

1 Louisa Frances Mary, m. 14 June, 1866, Hon.
John Baptiste Joseph Dormer, now 12th Lord Dor-
mer, and d. 9 Sept. 1868, leaving issue.

2 Florence Margaret Christina, m. 23 Jan. 1872,
Henry Ernest, 8th Earl of Kingston, and hjis issue.

He m. 2ndly, Mary Anne, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Coore,
of Scruton, co. York, and d. 1835, leaving by her an
only dau.,

Thomasine Sophia, m. 1st, 1837, Robert Saunder-
son, Esq. of Drumkeen, co. Cavan, and 2ndly, Eev.
Henry St«pney, and d. 1850.
VT. 'Winiam, of Finglas, who d. Jan. 1758, leaving by Harriet
his wife, a son, Kichard.

I. Elizabeth, m. Michael Cole, Eisq.

II. Maria, m. Samuel Raymond, Esq.

The Bishop of Meath, who was appointed Vice-Chanccllor of
Trinity Col. Dublin, 1698, d. 29 July, 1705, and was bur. at the
college. His 4th son,

NoEBiJKT Tknison, Esq. of Carrickmacross, co. Monaghan,
(legatee with his brother Richard under the will of Dr. Tenison
Archbishop of Canterbury) m. Elizabeth, sister of John Fitch,
Esq., by whom (whose will dated 1 Jan. 1770, was proved 21
May, 1772) he had, with two daus., Anne (Mrs. News), and
Mrs. Fitch, a son,

William Tenison, Esq. of Priorland, co. Louth, h. 1715; m.
Margaret, dau. of John Woods, of Lisanisk, by whom (who m.
2ndly, William Richards, Esq. of Careless, co. Monaghan),
he had William Babton, his successor; Elizabeth; Anne;
and Charity. He d. 2 April, 1750, and was s. by his only
son,

William Babtom Tenison, Esq. of Blonalty, co. Monaghan,
who m. 1st, 1765, Charity, dau. of Adam Noble, Esq. of Long-
field, same co., and 2ndly, 1783, Margaret Cosnahan, of
Douglas, in the Isle of Man, and had by her, i. William
Barton, late of Loughbawn ; ii. Barton, of Douglas; m.
Elizabeth, m. Robert Cochrane, of Strabane, co. Tyrone ; iv.
Dorothy, m. John Spittall ; v. Margaret. The eldest son,

William Barton Tenison, Esq. of Loughbawn, m. Isabella.
dau. of John Cosnahan, Esq. of the Isle of Man, and d. 18.39,
having had, with three sons (William, Joseph, and John, who
all d. young), surviving issue,

I. William, late of Loughbawn.
I. Katherine, m. Robert Lloyd, Esq., and d. 18S1.
H. Margaret, m. L. Paulet, Esq., and d. 1886.
in. Isabella, d. unm.

His only son,

WiLLLAM Tenison, Esq. of Loughbawn, co. Monaghan, J.P.
t. 1828, m. Flavia, dau. of Signor Fundelli, of Florence,
and had issue,

I. Slichael George Cosnahan.

II. William, now of Loughbawn.

I. Isabella, d. unm.

II. Marguerite, m. Evan Mackenzie, Esq. of Genoa.

Arms— Gu., abend engrailed arg., between three leopards'
faces or, jessant-de-lis az. Crest — A leopard's face or, jessant-
de-lis az.

&'at— Loughbawn, Ballybay, co. Monaghan.



TENISON OP PORTNELLIGAN.

Tenisox, William Cross O'Beien, Esq. of
Portiielligan, co. Armagh, J.P. Major (retired) 3rd
Batt. Eoyal Irish Fusiliers, b. 1836 ; s. his father
1873 ; m. 1885, Letitia, dau. of Major Alexander
P. Bond, J.P. and D.L., of Ardglass, co. Westmeath,
and widow of Arthur Henry Bond, Esq., J.P., of
Bondville, co. Armagh.

Tjineag-e.— About the year 1586, was born in the Isle of
Ely, Dr. Philip Tenison, Archdeacon of Norwich, who d. 1660.
He m. and had issue, two sons, Thomas Tenison, a Major in
the army (father of Richard, Bishop of Meath), and

John Tenison, who was appointed Rector of Topcroft 1642.
He 'in. Maiy, dau. of Thomas Dawson, of Cottenham, co.
Cambridge, and had (with two daus., Margaret, )». Mr. Serle,
a Justice of the quorum in that co., and Aune, m. Sir George
Page, a military cfiBcer) two sons,



William, of whom presently.

Thomas, the celebratid Archbishop of Canterbury, 6. 29
Sept. 1G36, who U. without issue, 1715.
The elder son of Rev. John Tenison,

Thb Ven. William Tenison, Archdeacon of Norwich, was
a great sufferer for his loyalty. He m. Miss Mileham, sisterof
Lady Dorothea Browne, wife of the famous physician and
writer, Sir Thomas Browne. The surviving issue of this
marriage was

The Right Rev. Edward Tenison, 6. in Norfolk, 1673,
Rector of Willinsham, Minister of Ludwick, and Rector of
Chiddingston and Sundricli, a Canon of Canterbury, Domestic
Chaplain to George II. when Prince of Wales and Archdeacon
of Carmarthen. He was promoted to the see of Ossory 1731,
and there d. 1735. He m. his first cousin, Anne Scrle, and by
her had oneson, Thomas, and five daus., all of whom d. unm,,
with the excepton of Henrietta, who m. Mr. St. Eloy, of Can-
terbury. His only son.

The Ven. Thomas Tenison, b. 1700, Archdeacon of Carmar-
then, and Rector of Chiddingston 1734, was appointed Chan-
cellor of the Diocese of O.xford. In 1739, he got a prebendal
stall the Canterbury Cathedral, besides having several ecclesi-
astical preferments in Kent and Wales. The same year he
declined the offer of an Irish bishopric. He (7. 1742. His 1st
wife was a dau. of Dr. Potter, then Bishop of O



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