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xford, and
afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury ; she d. in childbirth.
In 1738, the Archdeacon m. his 2nd wife, 14 Feb. 1737-8,
JIary, eldest dau. and co.-hcir of Thomas Smith, of Broxtow,
Notts, and Gadcsby, an heiress of great wealth. By this lady
he left one son Thomas, and one dau. Henrietta St. Eloy, who
d. unm. His only son,

Thomas Tenison, Esq., b. in Canterbury, 1739, at an early
age entered the army as a comet. Subsequently he passed
through the university, and w.ns called to the Bar 1770. In
1762, he settled in Ireland, at Kilkeasy, a locality still in the
possession of his descendants. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of
William Hayden, Esq. of Croan, J. P., by the dau. of Rev.
Charles Alley, Rector of Castlecomerand Gowran, and Grand-
dau. of Dr. Alley, Archdeacon of York. He left at his death,
1788 (with three daus., Anne, '/h. William Lane, LL.D., sub-
sequently Vicar-General of the Diocese of Lismore and Water-
ford, who d. Recorder of the city of Waterford ; Mary, m.
Joseph Cuffe, Esq. of Charleston, J. P., and 2ndlj-, Joseph
Hayden, Esq., J.P. of Greenville; and Margaret, vi. Trevor
Lennigan, Esq.), two sons,

Thomas, m. Mary, dau. of MajorBlackmore, and d. 1823.

Joseph, of whose family we treat.
The 2ud son.

Rev. Joseph Tenison, resided at Donoughmore Glebe, and
became a Deputy-Governor and J.P. for co. Wicklow. He
m. 1793, Mary, youngest dau. of Rev. Martyn Lucius O'Brien,
D.D., and had issue, one son and seven daus., of whom,

I. Thomas Joseph, his heir.

I. Ellen, m. John Collins, Esq. of co. Galway, and had three

1 Joseph Tenison Collins, of Ballinasloe, co. Galway, b.
IS21 ; m. (as 2nd wife) 1848, Sarah Louisa, dau. of
Charles MacCarthy, Esq., and sister of Rev. C. F. Mac-
Carthy, D.D., late Rector of St. Werburgh's, Dublin, and
had, with other issue,

Charles MacCarthy Collins, Barrister-at-Law (English
and Irish Bars), M.R.I. A., author oi Law and Pratice
of Banking, and other works, 6. 1850; m. 1879, Isabel,
dau. of William Cronipton Ashlin, Esq. of Claughton,
Birkenhead, and has issue, one dau. Eva Mabel, 6.

2 William Tenison Collins, M.D., deceased.

3 Philip Tenison Collins, M.D., d. leaving, with other
issue, Edward Tenison Collins, M.D. of Wednesbury, co.

II. Henrietta, m. James Woods, Esq. of London, and had,
with other issue,

Eev. Julian Edmond Tenison-Woods, F.L.S., F.G.S., (fee,
of Sydney, Vice-President of Linnffian Society of New
South Wales, author of A History of the Discovery and
£xploration of Australia, Natural History of New
South IFales, and numerous other scientific works.

The son and heir,

Thomas Joseph Tenison, Esq. of Portnelligan, J.P., Bar-
rister-at-Law, m. Nov. 1831, Margaret, dau. of Alexander
Cross, Esq. and by her (who d. 23 Jan. 1861) left at his death,
23 March, 1873, one son,

W^iLLiAM Cross O'Brien, now of Portnelligan.

Arms— Gn., a bend engrailed between three leopards' faces
or, jessan^de-lis az. Crest— A leopard's head, of the arms.
*ea«— Portnelligan, Tynan, co. Armagh.

6 L 2





Texxaxt, Charles Coombe, Esq. of Cadoxton
Lodge. CO. Grianioraan, J. P., educated at Harrow
and Balliol Coll. Oxford, B.A. 1876, b. 30 July,

Lineage. — This family claims descent from the Tonnantg
of Westmorland and Yorkshire, an ancient house which had
lands at Dent, in the former county, and afterwards at
Scotton, near liiolimond, co. York. The name appears
amongst the " Landed Gentry of Y'orkshire," 12 Henky VI.,
1434, and also nine times in the list of " Craven Men who
followed Lord Clifford to the Battle of Flodden Field," fought
8 Sept. 1613.

George Tensant, Esq. of Cadoxton, co. Glamorgan, who
purch.ased the Ehydding estate, near Keath, and afterwards
the adjoining property of Cadoxton, commenced in the summer
of 1S17 the formation, through his estates between the rivers
of Neath and Swansea, of the inland navigation known as the
Tennant Canal. This work was completed in June, 1824, and
opened up a navigable lineformany miles eastward of Swansea
up to the Brecon Hills. Mr. Tennant, who was D.L. and J. P.
for Glamorgan, had two sons, Henrt and Charles. lie d. 27
Feb. 1832, when he was s. by his eldest son,

Henrt Tennant, Esq. of Cadoxton Lodge, Fellow of New
Coll. Oxford, a Bencher of Gray's Inn, and D.L. co. Glamorgan,
who if. 2(3 Sept. 18G5, and was s. by liis brother,

Charles Tennant, Esq. of Cadoxton Lodge, D.L., M.P.
St. Albans, 1830,6. 1 July, 17% ; m. 11 Sept. 1847, Gertrude
Barbara Rich, eldest dau. of Admiral Henry T. B. Collier, K.N. ,
and granddau. of Admiral Sir George Collier, K.N., K.C.B.,
and d. 1873, leaving issue,

Charles Coombe, Esq., now of Cadoxton. Alice.

Dorothy, m. 1890, Henry Morton Stanley, Esq., the African

Eveleen, m. 1880, Frederick William Henrj-, eldest son of
Kev. Frederick Jlyers, of Keswick, Cumberland.

Arms— Erm., two bars sa., the first charged with two, and the
C^cond with one bezant. Crest — A winged heart gu., pierced
■with a dagger ppr., hilted or. ilottn — Tenax et fidelis.

Stat — Ladoxton Lodge, near Neath, co. Glamorgan. Resi-
dence — 2, Bichmond Terrace, Whitehall.

Citti— Brooks's.


Tennant, Chaeles Eiciiard, Esq. late of Need-
"wood House, co. Stafford, late Major 2nd Life
Guards, b. 9 March, 1851 ; m. 18 Nov. 1880, Hon.
Kuth Adamson, youngest dau. of Thomas, 1st
Baron Crawsbaw.

Liineag'e. — The family of Tennant came originally from
the distiict of Craven, in the West Riding of the co. of York.
A return of nobility, gentry, and yeomanry of Craven, made
12 Henry VI. (a.d. 1434), contains, among others, the names
of Bayard Tennant de Craven, Yeoman, and Roger Tennant
DE LoNr.sTEOTH, Y'coman.

In the cast window of Giggleswick Church was formerly
this inscription: "Orate pro bono statu Ricardi Tennant et
Margaretse uxoris ejus, de Byrkys, procuratoris istius ecclesiae
ettiliorum tiliarumque eorum, qui istam fenestram fieri fierunt,
A.D. Mcccc. decimo octavo, et anno Regis Henrici octavi post
conqucstum octavo."

Rev. Richard Tennant was instituted to the Vicarage of
Carnaby, near Bridlington, East Riding, co. York, 1665. He d.
at Carnaby in 1682, leaving a dau. Elizabeth, m. John Major,
Esq., by whom she had Sir John Major, Bart., ancestor of
Lord Henniker, and a son, his successor,

TiMOTUY Te.nnant, who was i. 1G64, and on coming of age
went to London, where he entered into trade and realized a
fortune. lie -m. 1710, and at his death left two sons, Tlmothy,
his heir, and William, who s. his brother, and one dau. Mary,
m. Joseph Curtis, Esq., brother of Sir William Curtis, Bait.,
Lord Mayor of London, and for thirty-five years M.P. for the
city. The eldest son,

Timothy Tennant, m. Anne Smith, of Stonall, co. Stafford,
and had an only dau. Anne, m. 1735, John Debonaire, Esq.,
and by him had a dau. Anne, who m. her cousin, William
Tennant. He d. 1746, and was s. by his brother,

William Tennant, Esq. of Aston Hall, b. 1713 ; m. Sarah,
dau. of Thomas Chase, Esq. of Bromley Hall, Kent. He pur-
chased Little Aston Hall, co. Stafford, and was s. by his only
Burviving son,

William Ten.vant, Esq. of Aston Hall, D.L., Lieut. -Col.
StaEford Militia. He m. 1st, 1777, Mary, dau. of Rev. John

Wylde, of Belbroughton Hall, co. Worcester, by whom he
had an only son, William, his heir. He to. 2ndly, his
cousin, Anne, dau. of John Debonaire, Esq., but by her
(who d. 182y) had no children. He d. 1803, and was «. by hia
only son,

William Tennant, Esq. of Aston Hall, 6. 1783: m. 1804,
Hon. Maria Charlotte Anderson Pelham, dau. of Charles, 1st
Lord Yarborough, by whom he had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Charles Edmund, successor to his brother.

III. (Jeorge, Major late 85th Regt., m. 1850. Mary, only dau.
of William Symonds, Esq. of Elsdon, co. Hereford, and had

Edmund William, m. 24 Nor. 1886, Mary Eiiza, youngest

dau. of James Lowe, Esq. of Churchfield, Manchester.
Agnes, b. 1854.

I. Charlotte Anne Josephine, m. 18 May, 1830, Sir Richard
H. C. Rycroft, 3rd Bart, of Calton, co. York, who d. 21
Oct. 1864; shed, o Oct. 1874.

II. Ilaniet, ?H. 1836, Henry Cary Elwes, Capt. in the army,
d. 1842.

III. Theodosia Mary, to. 1838, Rev. John James, Rector of
Avington, co. Berks.

IV. Lucy, TO. 1850, Rev. Alfred Henry, Vicar of Coin St.
Aldwin, CO. Gloucester.

Mr. Tennant d. 1835, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Tennant, of Aston Hall, who d. unin. 1843, and
was s. by his brother,

Charles Edmund Tennant, Esq. of Needwood House, co.
Stafford, Comm. R.N., J. P. and D.L. He purchased Needwood
House, Little Aston Hall having been sold. Capt. Tennant
served as Flag-Lieut, to Rear-Admiral Sir William Parker,
Bart., G.C.B., during the Chinese war of 1842, and was present
in various actions. He m. 21 May, 1850, Sophia Amy, eldest
dau. of Richard Temple, Esq. of The Nash, co. Worcester, and
sister to Sir Richard Temple, 1st Bart., G.C.S.l.,late Governor
of Bombay, and by her (who d. at Florence 10 May, 1857) had

Charles Richard, his heir.

Charlotte Louisa, m. 17 Dec. 1872, Right Hon. Sir William

Thackeray Marriott, P.O., Q.C., late M.P. for Brighton, of

Lincoln's Inn, and 56, Ennismore Gardens.

He m. 2ndly, 17 Feb. 1859, Constance Elizabeth, dau. of Col.
Cracroft Aincotts, of Ilackthorn, co. Lincoln, and had by her
a dau.

Constance Augusta.
Mr. Tennant d. 2 Jan. 1862, and was s. by his son, Charles-
Richard Tennant, Esq. of Needwood House.

Aiiax — Erm., two bars sa., the first charged with two, the
other with one bezant, on a canton arg. a chief of the second,
thereon, between two martlets, a cross pattee of the third.
Ci-tst — A lion passant guardant gu., the dexter fore-paw resting
on an escutcheon erm., thereon two bars charged, as in the

JUiidence— St. Anne's Manor, Sutton, Loughborough,


The late John Egbert Tennant, Esq. of Chapel
House, CO. York, J. P. and D.L., formerly Capt. 3rd
West Yorks Militia, b. 17 Jan. 1815 ; m. 28 May,
1839, his cousin, Frances Mary, 2nd dau. of Matthew-
Wilson, Esq. of Eshton Hall, co. York, and sister
of Sir Mathevv Wilson, Bart., and d. s. p. 6 Jan.

Liineag'e. — The family of Tennant has been settled at
Chapel House since 14 Queen Elizabeth, when John Ten-
nant, of Bordley, co. Y'ork, purchased the estate from the
Yorkes. Previously the Tennants resided on their property
at Bordley.

Richard Tennant, of Chapel House, who was alive in 1637^
was s. by his 3rd son,

William Tennant, of Chapel House, b. 1608, d. 1684. His

Samuel Teknant, of Chapel House, b. 1646 ; m. 1677,.
Margaret, dau. of Sir Christopher Blencowe, of Blencowe
Hall, CO. Cumberland, by his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas
Robinson, of Rokely Hall, co. York, and d. in 1707, being s.
by his 3rd son,

John Tennant, of Chapel House, 6. in 1686, to. 1st, 1706,
Ann, dau. of Mathew Wilson, of Threshfield Hall, co. York;
and 2ndly, Jane, dau. of William Serjeantson, of Haniith Hall,
CO. Y'ork ; and was s. by his son,

John Tennant, of Chapel House, who d. s. p. 1790, and
left the property to his brother, Robert, who also dying s. p.
1790, devised the estates to his nephew.





John Texnan't Stansfield. Esq., J. P., v/ho, under his
tincle's will, assumed the name and arms of Tennant
only. He ?;i. 1st, 22 Aup:. 1811, Rebecca, dau. of Rev. Henry
Wilson, M.A., Vicar of Otley, only brother of Matthew
Wilson, Esq. of Eshton, and by her (who d. 8 Dec. 1S19 had

John Robert, late of Chapel House.

Margaret Anne Wilson, m. 1840, Robert Browne, of Leeds,
and d. leaving issue.

Mr. Tennant m. 2ndly, Anne Katharine, dau. of John Shaw,
Esq. of Otley, co. York, by whom he had issue,

Robert, of Scarcroft Lodge (see next M^^moir).

Fanny, m. Jeremiah Garnett, Esq. of Wharf eside, co. York,
and has issue.

Eleonora Ann, d. unm.
He d. 14 Aug. 1830.

Arms — Erm., two bars, each per pale sa. and gu., charged
witn three bezants, two on the upper and one outhe lower bar.
Cz-esf— A winged heart gu., pierced with a dagger ppr., hilted
or. Motto — Tenax et fidelis.

Residence — Chapel House, near Skipton.


Texxant, Eobeet, Esq. of Scarcroft Lodge, co.
York, and of Ardsheal, co. Argyll, J. P. for cos.
York (West Hiding), Ross, and Sutherland, for-
merly Capt. Yorkshire Hussars, M.P. for Leeds
1874 to 1880, b. 20 Nov. 1828; m. 4 Dec. 1850,
Harriette, 2nd dau. of Jeremiah Garnett, Esq. of
Mount Broughton, Manchester, and has had

I. JoHJi Robert, formerly Capt. 2nd West Yorks Militia,
6. 13 Sept. 1851; m. 14 Nov. 1878, Eleanor Anne, only
surviving dau. of Col. Laimcelot RoUeston, of Watnall
Hall, Notts (formerly M.P. for South Notts).

II. Geoffrey Garnett, J.P., Capt. 3rd Batt. West Yorkshire
Regt., 6. 23 Dec. 1852; d. 14 Feb. 1889.

in. Cecil Arthur, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 24 Nov. 1857 ; rn.
July, 1890, Constance Edith, younger dau. of Rev.
Charles H. Crosse, Rector of Fineham, Norfolk.

IV. Robert Hugh, b. 14 Nov. 1861.

V. Frederick William, 6. 25 June, 1862.

VI. Gilbert Edward, b. 11 Aug. 1863; m. Helen, dau. of
Thomas Garnett, Esq. of Oakwood, near Bingley, co.

VII. Philip Charles, 6. 16 Sept. 1867.

I, Marian Isabel Catharine, m. 7 Dec. 1876, Charles Henry,
eldest surviving son of Charles Cumberland, Esq. of
Walton Place, Surrey.

II. Laura l^-ances Harriette.

in. Hilda Margaret, m. 1879, Arthur J. Edwards, Esq. of

Beech Hill Park, co. Essex, and has issue.
IV. Eleanora Hope Shaw.

Mr. Tennant is only son of the late John Tennant-
Tennant, Esq. of Chapel House, Skipton, co. York,
by his 2nd wife Anne Catherine, dau. of James
Shaw, Esq. of Otley, co. York.

Arms — Erm., on two bars each per pale gu. and sa., three
bezants two and one. Crest — Between two wings gu., each
charged with a bezant, a sword erect, ppr., pommel and hilt
or, point downwards, transpiercing a human heart of the first.
Motto — Tenax et fidelis.

Sea(s— Scarcroft Lodge, near Leeds, and Rosehall, Suther-


Tenntson-D'Etncouet, Edwin Clayton, Esq.,
C.B., of Bayons Manor, co. Lincoln, Admiral R.N.
(retired), b. 4 July, 1813, s. his brother 1871 ; m. 1
March, 1859, Lady Henrietta Pelham Chnton,
youngest dau. of Henry Pelham, 4th Duke of New-
castle, X.Gr., and by her (who d. 19 Aug. 1890) has

Henrietta Charlotte, 6. 1864; m. 8 Feb. 1888, Lieut. Alfred
Henry Tarleton, R.N., of Breakspears {whom, sec), only
son of late Admiral Sir Walter Tarleton, K.C.B., and has

Freda Henrietta.
Fuierta. d ao May, 1890.

Adoiiral Tennyson-D'Eyncovirt was educated at
Westminster and the Royal Naval College, entered
the navy in 1826, and became an Admiral retired in
1880; he saw much service in China 18J0-41, where
he was wounded ; commanded a division of ships
at the entrance of the Gulf of Finland durin;: the
Crimean war. In 1887 Admiral D'Eyncourt trans-
ferred by gift to his brother Louis Charles, Bayons
Manor and his Lincolnshire estates.

Lineage.— MichaelTennysos, Esq. of Preston, co. York,
and Stainton, co. Lincoln (son and heir of Ralph Tennyson,
Esq., who d. 1735, by his wife Dorothy, dau. of John Chap-
man, Esq. of Pickering, co. York, who, being a gentleman of
considerable estate and fervent patriotism, raised, at his own
charge, a troop of horse, to support King William III.), in.
Elizabeth Clayton, dau. and at length heir of George Clayton,
Esq. of Grimsby, co. Lincoln, by Dorothy his wife, dau. and
co-heir of Christopher Hildeyard, Esq. of Kelstern, co. Lincoln.
This Christopher Hildeyard was grandson and heir of Henry
Hildeyard, of Winestead, in Holderness, who intermarried
with the Lady Anne, eldest dau. of Francis Leke, 1st Earl of
Scarsdale, and Baron D'Eyncourt of Sutton, and sister of
Nicholas, 2nd Earl of Scarsdale, and Baron D'Eyncourt of
Sutton, which dignities became extinct in the year J 736, upon
the decease, without issue, of Nicholas, 4th Earl of Scarsdale,
grandson of the aforesaid Nicholas, 2nd Earl of Scarsdale,
and Baron D'Eyncourt of Sutton. Michael Tennyson d Oct.
1796, leaving, by his wife Elizabeth Clayton, a dau. Anne, m.
William Raines, Esq. of Wyton, co. York, and a son and

George Tennyson, Esq. of Bayons Manor and TJsselby House,
CO. Lincoln, who inherited, 1794, the Clayton estates from his
maternal uncle, Christopher. Hem. 1775, Mary, dau. and
ultimately heir of John Turner, Esq. of Caistor co. Lincoln,
and by her (who rf. 20 Aug. 1825) had issue,

I. George Clayton, LL.D. (Rev.), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev.
Stephen ffytche, Vicar of Louth, co. Lincoln, and d. v. p.,
leaving issue, 1 Fredeiick, m. Maria Giuliota, and has
issue : 2 Charles, who has taken the name of Tcrner, m.
Louisa Selhvood ; 3 Alfred, the Poet Laureate, created
Lord Tennyson 1884 {see Burke's Peerar/e and Bui onetage),
and other children.

II. Charles, of whom presently.

I. Elizabeth, m. Matthew Russell, Esq. of Branccpeth Castle,
CO. Durham, M.P., and had is.ue, William, M.P. co. Durham,
d. s. p. 30 Jan. lB50, and Emma Maria, m. Gustavus, 7th
Viscount Boyne, and d. 29 April, 1870.

II. Mary, m. John Bourne, Esq. of Dalby, co. Lincoln, J.P.
andD.L., who d. 15 Dec. 1850; shed. 2G April, laS4.

Mr. Tennyson was M.P. for Bletchingley in the Parliament
elected 1818, and J.P. andD.L. co. Lincoln. Red. 4 July,
1835, aged 85. His only surviving son.

Right Hon. Charles Tennyson-D'Ey.vcocrt, of Bayons
Manor, and Usselby House, co. Lincoln, J.P. and D.L., a Privy
Councillor, was a Member of Parliament for thirty-five years,
M.A. of Cambridge, F.R.S. and F.S.A., High Steward of
Lciuth, b. 20 July, 1784 ; m. 1 Jan. 1808, Frances Mary, only
child and heir of Rev. John Hutton, of Morton, co. Lincoln,
and by her (who d. 26 Jan. 1878) had issue,

I. George Hildeyard, his heir.

II. Edwin Clayton, of Bayons Manor and Usselby House.

III. Louis Charles, now of Bayons Manor, 6. 23 July, 1814,
Barrister-at-Law, J.P. for co. Lincoln, Lindsey Division;
VI. 31 Aug. 1852, Sophia, youngest dau. and co-heir of John
Ashton Yates, Esq. of Dinglehead, co. Lancaster, by Frunces
Mary his wife, dau. of the Very Rev. Verney Lovett, D.U.,
Dean of Lismore, co. Waterford, and has issue,

1 Edmund Charles, 6. 11 Feb. 1855, Barrister-at-Law, m.
20 July, 1892, Charlotie Ruth, only child of Augustus
Frederick Godson, Esq. of Westwood Park, co. Worces-
ter, M.P. for Kidderminster.

2 Ashton Lovett, late Capt. in Royal Berkshire Regt., 6.
14 Dec. 1860.

3 Eustace Henry William, 6. 1 April, 1868.

1 Alice Julia, d. 1873. 2 Emma Frances ilary.

3 Henrietta Clara Kliza, m. 28 July, 1891, Herbert Kdwaid,

son of Charles J. Phillips, Esq. of 59, Cromwell Road, S.

Kensington, and has issue,
Herbert Hildeyard, b. 25 June, 1892.

IV. Eustace Alexander, b. 24 March, 1816, Capt. 4Cth Regt.,
d. at Barbados. 9 March, 1842, of the yellow lever.

V. William Henry, b. 29 Aug. and d. 5 Sept. 1819.

I. Julia Frances, who, having embraced tne Roman Catholic
religion, became a nun at Princethorpe, Nov. 1852 ; d.

II. Clara Maria, m. 10 May, 1849, John Hinde Palmer,
Esq., Q.C., J.P. and D.L. Surrey, late M.P. for Lincoln,
{d. 18S4), son of Samuel Palmer, Esq. of Dulwich. She d.





lit. Ellen Elizalicth, ;ii. 13 Feli. 1S66, Ileniy Jlill Bunbuiy,
Esq. of Mai Iston House, Bucks.
The Eight Hon. Charles Tennyson D'Eyncouvt superadded the
name anil arms ol" D'Ey-Vcovkt to those of Tkxnvsos, by royal
licence, dated 27 July, lSo.">, in compliance with a condition
attached to the enjoyment of certain manors and estates, liy
a codicil to the will of his father, George Tennyson, Esq. of
Bayous Manor, " in order to commemorate his descent from
the ancient and noble family of D'Eyncourt Barons of D'Eyn-
court, of Blankney, and his representation in blood, as co-heir
of the Earls of Scarsdale, Barons D'Eyncourt, of Sutton."
Mr. Tennyson-D'Eyncourt sat in ten successive Parliaments.
He represented the borough of Grimsby, from 1818 to Is2i3, the
borough of Bletchingley from IS-G to 1S31, and the borough of
Stamford from 1S31 to the end of 1832. He was elected in
December of the last-named year first representative, under
the Kcform Act, for the metropolitan borough of Lambeth,
and was re-elected in Jan. ISo.i, in July 1S37, in June, 18-11,
and in July. 1S47. Mr. Tennyson-D'Eyncourt, a statesman,
scholar, and poet, d. deeply lamented, '21 July, 1S61, and was
«. by his eldest son,

Geobge Hildeyard Tennison-D'Etscoukt, Esq. of Bayons
Manor, C.M.G., J.P. and D.L., b. 10 July, 1809: d. unm. '23
Feb. 1S71, and was «. by his brother, the present. Admiral
Te>-ntson-D'Ey.ncocbt, C.B.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th az., a fess dancett6e between
ten billets, four and six, or, for D'Eyncoubt; 2nd and 3rd gu.,
three leopards" faces or, jessant-de-lis az., over all a bend of
the last, for Tennyson. Crei-ts — 1st, A lion passant guardant
arg., on the head a crown of fleur-de-hs or, the dexter fore-
paw supporting a shield charged with the armsof D'EYNCornT,
for D'Eyncoubt; 2nd, A dexter arm in armour, the hand in
a gauntlet or, grasping a broken tiltins-spear entiled with a
garland of laurel ppr., for Tennyson. Mottoes — Ea avaut, for
D'Etncolrt ; Kil temere, for Tennyson.

Jieiiiienci — 50, Warwick Square, S.W.


Teeet, Thomas IIenrt Clarke, Esq. of Eur-
vale, Walton-on-Thtimes, eo. Surrey, J.P., formerly
Lieut. 15th Hussars and Surrey Yeomanry, and
Lieut. -Col. Commandant 3rd Koyal Surrey Militia,
b. 9 Sept. 1810; m. 29 Aug. 1839, Charlotte, dan.
of Henry Fellowcs, Esq., by Frances, his wife, dau.
of Sir John Frederick, IJart., and by her has

I. AsTLET Fellowes, Major-General, formerly commanding
1st Batt. 60th Kifies, member of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem in England, and Fellow of the Imperial
Institute, b. 12 May, 1840; m. 1364, Edith, dau. of Henry
Cory, Esq., and has, with four daus., a son,

Astley Herbert, Capt. Army Service Corps, b. 18G6.

II. Courtenay Forbes, formerly Capt. GOth Kiflcs, 6. 29 Oct-
1841 ; m. 1872, Barbara, Uau. of the late James Malcom-
son, Esq.

m. Wadham Sales, Major late 87th Fusiliers, 6. 29 Sept.

IV. Herbert Durell, Capt. late Royal Scots, Chief Constable
of Northumberland, b. 4 April, 1847 ; in. Maud, dau. of
Edward Perkins, Esq.

V. Arthur Frederick, Major late 87th Fusiliers, h. 23 Oct.

VI. Horace Augustu.?, Capt. Oxfordshire Light Infantry, h.
19 Aug. IsDG.

I. Blanche Henrietta, m. 1870, Arthur Brooking, Esq., and
d. 1880.

II. Ella Caroline.

m. Elfrida Mary, m. 1889, H. Tabor Broolcf?, Esq.

liineag-e.— 'William Tebet, Esq. of Sutton Coldfield, co.
Warwick, b. 1703 ; d. 14 Dec. 1772. By Ann his wile (6. 1707 ;
d. 1774), he left issue,

Thomas Terbt, Esq. of Sutton Coldfield, an officer of the
Coventiy Volunteers, b. 173.5; m. Frances, dau. of Ilobert
Cattell, Esq., and by her (who d. 1816) had, with two daus.,

I. William, Capt. Staffordshire Yeomanry, b. 1767; d. 1823.

II. Thomas, of whom presently.

III. Kobert, Lieut. Staffordshire Yeomanry, b. 1779 : d. 1804.

Mr. Terry d. 1816. His 2nd son,

Thomas Tebby, Esq., Capt. 1st Warwickshire Local ^lilitia,
b. 1773 ; m. 1>)07, Sarah Margaretta, dau. of llichard Astlcy
Sales, Esq. of Spoudon, co. Derby, and by her (w ho d. 18oo) had

I. Thomas HrxBT Clakke, now of Burvale.
I. Eliza, (/. 1883.

It. ."Mar:;aretta, m. to Col. Frederick Clarke, commanding
Scots Greys and South Wales District; and d. 1879.
III. Henrietta, <;. 1877.

Mr. T. Terry d. 1816.

.Sen^s— Burvale, Walton-on-Tliamcs ; and Falcon Lodge, Sut-
ton Coldfield.


Tew, Thomas William, Esq. of Carleton
Grange, Pontefract, and The Manor House, Raw-
eliffe,' Wiggenton, eo. York, J.P. for the West Rid-
ing, and a freeman of the borough of Doiicaster,
b. 18 May, 1828 ; m. 8 Alay, 1860, Amelia, dau. of
Edward Thompson, Esq. of Batheastou, Somerset,
late Capt. Royal Stall Corps, and has issue,

I. Edwabd Gbosvknob, h. 8 June, 1873.

I. Emily, b. 22 July, 18G1.

II. Mary Catherine, b. 13 Feb. 1867.
ui. Florence Perfect, b. 24 Feb. 1869.

Llneag'e. — Thomas Tew, of Margaret Street, Cavendish
Square, London, m. 1763, Ellinor, dau. of Edward Cockroyd,
Esq. of Mytholmroyd, Halifax, co. York, and d. July, 1809,
having had by her a dau. Ellinor, and a son,

Thomas William Tew, Esq., Deputy-Judge of the Honour
Court of Pontefract, a Banker at Wakefield, Pontefract, and
Doncaster, b. 11 Jan. 1764; m. 1st, 10 Dec. 1787,

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