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ullets of six points
or, two chemical characters of the plauet Veuus sa. C'resl — A



heath-cock rising ppr., on the breast a like character of Venui
or.

Seal — Sulhamstead House, near Reading.



THRING OF ALFORD HOUSE.

Turing, Johx Huxtley, Esq. of Aiford House,
Somerset, J. P. .educated at Eton and Brazenose Coll.
O.xford, late Planter in Ceylon, b. 15 Oct. 1853;
;;;. 1890, Mabel, only dau, of J, D, SJierston, Esq.,
J.J?., of Evercreccli, Sonun-set, and has issue,

Winifred Mary, b. 1891,
Ethel, b. 1893,

Lineag-e.— Tliis family was formerly settled iu Wilts.

Biior.NCKER Turing, of Codford St. Peter, Gent., d. 1708, and
was s. by his son,

John Thrino, 6. 1G81 ; m. Katherine Wrench, and dying
16 May, 1750, left two sons,

I. Brocncker, his successor, 6. 1714 ; m. Anne Hewlett, and
d. 1787; bi th his son and grandson became successively
Rectors of Sutton Veney, Wilts,

II, Wrench, of w horn we treat.
The younger son,

WRE.NCH Thring, Esq, of Codford St, Peter, b. 1718; m.
1752, Anne, dau. of John Ingram, Esq. of Hindon, andcZ. 1781,
leaving by this lady (who d. 1824) a dau, Elizabeth, b. 1763,
m. Rev, (ieorge Smith, Rector of Manningford Abbas, Wilts,
((. s, p. 1843, and a son,

John Thring, Esq. of Aiford House, J. P. and D.L., b. 1753,
m. IClizabeth, dau, of William Eveiett, Es(j, of Ileytesbury,
and ((. 1830, leaving by her (who d. 1831) a son and a dau.,

John Gale Dalton, his heir.

Alicia Anne, d. 1862,
His son.

Rev, John Gale Dalton Thring, of Aiford House, co.
.Somerset, B,C.L., J. P. and D.L., b. Sept. 1784; m. 1811,
Sarah, 2nd dau. of Rev. John Jenkyns, Vicar of Evercreech
and Prebendary of Wells, and d. Dec. 1874, leaving by her
(who ('. 26 Sept. 1891, aged 102),

I. Theodore, late ot Aiford House.

II. Henry, created Baron Turing (see Edrke's Peerage).

III. Edward (Rev.), M.A., b. 1823, Head Master of Upping-
ham Grammar School, la. 1853, Marie, dau. of Herr Koch,
of Bonn, and <(. 22 Oct. 1877, leaving issue, two sons and
three daus.

IV. Godfrey (Rev.), Prebendary of Wells, Rural Dean, and
late Rector of Allord with llornblotton, Somerset, //. 1b23 ;
m. 18 Jan. 1870, Mary Jane, only dau. of the late Charles
Finney, Esq. of Camp House, Ciiiton, Bristol, and has a
S-in, Leonard Godfrey Pinney, b. 1873.

V. J.hn Cnarles (Rev.), B.A., of Chantry House, Wilts, 6.
1^124 : m. 18i8, Lydii Eliza Dyer, 2nd dau. of Cajit. Samuel
Meredith, R.N., and has tive sons and five daus.

I. Tiieresa, vi. 1S43, the Yen. Auiiustus Olway Fitzgerald,
Rector of Charlton Mackerell, Somerset, and Archdeacon
of Wells, 3rd son of Viee-Admiral Sir Robert Lewis Fitz-
gerald, G.C.ll. She d. 1&07, leaving issue, tlirec sons and
a dau. II. Elizabeth Marian, ci. ?i)U)t, 185U.

The eldest son,

Theodore Turing, Esq, of Aiford House, Somerset, B,A,,
J,P,, D L., and Deputy-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Bar-
rister-at-Law, and late Commissioner of Bankruptcy at Liver-
pool, b. 4 Aug, 1816; ?/<. 1852, Julia Jane, 4th dau, of
William Mills, Esq. of Saxham Hall, Suffolk, and had issue,

I. John Huntley, now of Aiford.

II. Chrisropher Bevan, b. 6 Frb. 1S57: m. 10 Sept. 1890,
Leila, dau. of William Johnston, Esq. of Cowhill Tower,
and has issue,

Bevan Gale, b. 17 Sept. 1892. Marjorie Violet.

III. ArthurTheodore, />, 7 Feb. ISfiO.

IV. Cyril Theodore, /;. 24 8<qit. 1861; 9ii. 13 Nov. 1893, Violet,
eldest dau. of Edmund D Ulier, Esq. of Knocklinn, Bray»
CO. Wicklow.

V. Lawrence Theodore, M.A. Oxon. b. 16 April, 18G3.

VI. Douglas Theodore, b. 7 Aug. 18C4.

I. Dora .Jane. ii. Mary Alicia.

Mr. T. Tliring d. 28 Sept. 1891, and was s. hy his eldest son.

Anns — Erminois, within a bordure engrailed gu. a fesse wavy
or, bordered az., and charged with three escallops of the second.
C're.sJ— A cock gu., having an escallop on his breast and wing
and holding in his beak an ear ot b.arley or.

Heat — Aliord House, near Castle Cary, Somerset.



THRUSTON OF PENNAL TOWER.

TintusTOX, Edmund IIeatucote, Esq. of Pennal
Tower, CO. Merioneth, J. P. and J>.L., Capt. 3rd
Butt. Rojul "Welsh Eusilicrs, b. lU Dec, 18(j3.



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Liineag-e.— The THKrsToxsare a Suffolk family, originall}
of Hoxne Abbey, where many old monuments exist of the
family, which trace the descent back to the reign of James I.
The Kdwabdses, Mr. Thruston's maternal ancestors, are de-
scended in a direct line from Llewelyn ap Ioewerth, Prince
of Korth Wales.

John TmiusTON, Esq., m.. Harriet Di/rgins, and was fatherof

Framingham Tiirl-ston, M.A., Fellow of Caius Coll., Camb.,
•who Hi. Miss Wilkinson, and had a son,

Framington Thruston, Esq., who inherited the Weston
estate as heir-at-law of his cousin. Dr. Thruston, cf Weston.
He Hi. Miss Ilolsworth, of Elsworth, and liad two sons,

I. John, of Weston Hall, Suffolk, J.P. and D.L.

II. Charles Thomas, of Jl'ennal.

The 2nd son,

Charles Thomas Thruston, of Pennal Tower, co. Merioneth,
Capt. K.N., )K. 1st, 14 Aug. 1815, Frances, dau. and heir of
Lewis Edwards, Esq. of Talgarth Hall, and by her (who d.
1828) had issue,

I. Charles Frederick, of Talsrarth Hall, co. Merioneth, J.P.
and D.L. for co. Merioneth, J.P. for co. Montgomery, Lord
of the Manor of Pennal. High Sheriff for Merioneth 1860,
formerly in the 90th Light Infantry, b. 4 Jan. 1824; m.
1848, Mary, dau. of Josiah Kisbet, Capt. R.N ; and grand-
dau. of Lady Nelson, widow of Admiral Lord Nelson, and
d. 1882, leaving issue, four sons and three daus.,

1 Charles N isbet, of Talgarth Hall, co. Jlerioneth, J.P.
and D.L., b. 1853 ; m.21 Jan. 1882, Kathleen, Srd dau. of
John Corbett, Esq. uf Iinpney, co. Woi'cester, and Ynys-
y-Maengwyn, co. Merioneth, M.P. for Droitwicli.

2 John Walter, Capt. 2nd Batt. West iforkshire Kegt., 6.
1857.

3 Herbert Edwards, b. 1S59.

4 Lewis Arthur, b. 1861.

1 JIary Frances, b. 1850: m. 1870, W. E. Allen, Esq.,
F.U.C.S., Bengal Medical Service, and has issue.

2 Blanche Kliza, t. 1851. 3 Hose Emily, b. 1855.

He TO. 2nd!y, 1829, Eliza, dau. of Admiral Thomas Sotheby,
and by her (who d. 1839) had a son,

II. Clement Arthur, of whom we treat.
Mr. Thruston d. 1858. His 2nd son,

Clement Arthur Thruston, Esq. of Pennal Tower, B.A.,
Barrister-at-Law, J. P., High SheritT 1870, 0. 12 June, 1837 ;
jii. 2 Oct. 1861, Constance Sophia Margaret, dau. of Gen.
Lcchmere Coore Russell, C.B., of Ashford Hall, Salop, and
had issue,

I. Edmund Hf.athcote, now of Pennal Tower.

II. Arthur Blyford, Capt. 52nd Light Infantry, b. 1 Jan.
1865.

I. Marion Janet. ii. Olwen Millicent.

Mr. Thruston d. 9 June, 1883.

Arms (revised by Dethick, Garter, 1586). — Sa., three bugle-
horns stringed or, garnished az. Crest — Aherunarg. ]\Iolioes
— Esse quam videri; Thrust on.

Seat — Pennal Tower, Machynlleth.



THUNDER OF LAGOE.E.

Thttndee, Patrick, Esq. of Lagore, co. Meath,
and Ballaly, co. Dublin, J. -P. co. Heath, b. 21 Jan.
1838 ; m. 1871, Mary Anne, youngest dau. of Peter
de Pentliony O'Kelly, Esq. of Barretstown, co.
Kildare, and has issue,

Michael Penthony, b. 1874.
Mary Anne Charlotte.

Liineage. — Michael Thunder, Esq. of Ballaly, co. Dublin,
m. Ellen O'Korke, and was father of

Patrick Thunder, Esq. of Lagore co. Meath; m. 1798,
Elizabeth, eldest dau.of JohnTaaffe, Esq.ofSmarmore Castle,
CO. Louth, and had issue,

I. Michael, his heir.

II. Patrick, deceased. in. John.

IV. George, in. Eliza, dau. of Alexander Mansfield, of Morris-
town, Latten, co. Kiidare, and d. 1877, leaving issue,
Lattin, of Kingston Lodge, co. Meath, J. P., b. 1838.

V. Henry.

I. Anne, m. Francis Bernard Haly, Esq. of Boulogne-sur-Mer.

II. Ellen, deceased.
His eldest son,

Michael Thun'der, Esq. of Lagore, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1850, 6. 28 Oct. 1802; ra. 2 Sept. 1834, Charlotte Mary,
dau. of Col. Denis H. D'Alton, H.E.I.C.S., and d. 20 Nov.
1879, leaving

1. Patrick, now of Lagore.

u. Michael Harman D'Alton, of Seneschalstown, co. Meath,
J. P., late Lieut. 58th Kegt., 6. 1842 ; 7ii. 1878, Mary, eldest



dau. of Sir Stuart Knill, Bart., and by|her, who <?. 25 Nov.
1893. has, Stuart Harman Joseph, b. 1879; Francis Dalton'
b. 1885, d. 8 March, 1887, and other issue. '

III. John Albert, deceased.

IV. James William Thomas, of Bellewstown Hou.sc, Pro"
hcda, J.P.,b. 1846; m. 1873, Laura, 4th dau.of the lat'e
William Plowden, Esq. of Plowden Hall, Salop (sfe that
famdii), and has issue, Cyiil Joseph, 6. 27 July, 1875;
Bernard William, b. 15 Aug. 1877; Wilfrid Michael, b. 15
Nov. 1881; Constance Maria, 6. 29 June, 1885; and Mary
Annette, b. 10 Nov. 1887.

V. George Francis, 7tli Fusiliers, m. the relict of — Purcell,
Esq. of Bombay. vi. Robert, deceased.

VII. Francis, Hi. 1885, Louisa, dau. of the late John Maher,
Esq. of Ballinkeele, co. Wexford.

I. Charlotte Mary, 7h. Thomas Boylan, Esq., J. P., of Hill-
town, CO. Meath.

II. Elizabeth, a nun of the Sacre Coeur, lloehampton, c?. 24
Sept. 1875. III. Mary Jane.

IV. Julia, )ii. 2 Aug. 1863, Hugh O'Connor, Esq. of Dublin.

V. Helena, a Sister of Mercy.

VI. Rose, a nun of the Sacre Coeur, Eoehampton.

VII. Mary, deceased.

Arms~Arg., on a chevron engrailed, between three trumpets
sa., a mullet of the first. Crest— A cubit arm ppr., grasping a
trumpet sa. i»/ofto— Certavi et vici.

iecU— Lagore, near Dunshaughlin, co. Meath.



THURSBY OF ABINGTON.

Thuesbt, John IIabvey, Esq. of Abington
Abbey, co. Northampton, formerlv Capt. 38th. and
41st Kegts., b. 15 Aug. 1819.

liineag-e.— This family claims to be of Saxon descent.

Thomas Thoresisy, of Bramwheat (now Braithwaite), Cum-
berland, Hi. Isabel, dau. and co-heir of Hugh Thoresby, had
two sous,

George, Lord of Thoresby, Bardcn, Dent, and Sedberg, all
CO. York, ?)i. Agnes, dau. and heir of Matthew Ellerton, and
hence descended Ralph Thore.sby, the eminent anliquaiy,
author of the Bticatai Leodansis.

John, of wliom presently.

The younger son,

John Thoresby, was Mayor of Lynn Regis, Norfolk, 1425.
His descendant,

Christopher Thursby, Esq. of Castor, co. Northampton,
J. P., was named one of the intended Knights of the Royal
Oak. He m. 1st, Jane, dau. of Sir Thomas Neville, of Holt, co.
Leicester, by whom (who d. 1632) he had two sons, William,
his successor, and Neville, who d. s. p. abroad. Mr. Thursby
VI. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir William Dove, of Upton, and
liad issue,
Thomas, of London, merchant, who left an only dau.,

Mary, rn. 1699, Robert Harvey, Esq. of Stockton, in co.
Warwick, Barrister-at-Law (only son of Robert Harvey,
Esq., 3rd son of Robert Harvey, Esq., nephew and devisee
of Huuh Audlej-, Esq. of the Inner Temple;, and by
him (who d. 1725-20) she left at her decease, with three
daus., a son, John Harvey, who s. to the Ihursby estates
1636.
Downhall, of Hanslope, Bucks, who left at his decease, 1706,
an only son, Richard, isuccessor to his cousin William.
John, of London, in. Jane, dau. and heir of Doctor Goad,
and had, with four daus., an only son, William, successor
and devisee of his uncle by the half-blood.
Elizabeth, Hi. 1st, Henry Robinson, Esq. of Longthrop, near
Peterborough, and Wliaplode, co. Limoln, and h.(d an only
dau. and heir, Mary Robinson, Hi. Mr William Meredith,
2nd Bart, of Henbury. Mrs. Robinson rn. 2ndly, Jotia
Hake, Esq. of Tangiers.

Frances, m. Thomas Jackson, Esq. of Duddington.
Christopher Thursby was s. by his eldest son,

William Thursby, Esq., who, adopting the profession of
the law, became a Bencher of the Middle Temple, Gustos
Brevium of the Common Pleas, and Chief Justice of Ely,
M.P. for Northampton 1698. He purchased the manors of
Abington, Little Billing, and Weston, from Sir John Bernard,
and d. «. p. 1700, when he was s., in pursuance of his will, by
his nephew,

William Thursby, Esq. of Abington, High Sheriff for co.
Northampton 1724. He d. s. p. six years afterwards, and was
s. by his cousin,

Richard Thursby, Esq. of Hanslope and Abington, m.
1700, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Edward Montague, Esq. of
Horton, and sister of George, 1st Earl of Halifax, but d- s. p.
1736, when the estates devolved, according to entail, upon (the
son of Mary Thursby, by her husband Robert Harvey; his
kinsman,

John Harvey, Esq., D.C.L., of Abington, who assumed, by
Act of Parliament, the surname and arms of Thursby. He



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1/!. Honor, dan. of Kulicrt Pisrott, Esq. of Chetwynd, Salop, by
whom (who (/. ITsl) lie had i^sue,

I. John Harvey, his siu-oossor.

II. Waltor, of Sliivw.'bury, Capt. in the Blues, to. Dorothy,
dau. of William I'isott, Ksq. of Edgmont, Salop, and had
three sous and a dan.,

1 Walter Cotes. 2 John.

2 George Aujrustus (Kev.), Rector of Abinston and Vicar
of Penn, m. 24 May, 1800, Frances, eldest dau. and even-
tual coheir of Henry Pelliam, Esq. of Cound Hall, co.
Salop, and (/. 17 Jan. 1S36, leaving a son, Hev. Henry
TiifRSBV I'ELHAM, of Cound (.fff that famili/).

1 Honor, m. Kalph Leeke, Esq. of Lonpford, .Salop, and
had i.ssue, Kalph Merrick, of Longford Hall, m. Lady
Hester Urani.^. dau. of Newton, 4th Earl of rortsmouth ;
Caroline, )ii. William, 4th Earl of Abergavenny : Emily
Frances Anne. }n. Key. Sir Henry Thompson, Bart, of
Fareham, Hants.

III. Charles i Kev. ), Rector of Abington and of Grandborougli,
CO. Warwiek, c(. lisS.

IV. James, d. aiuii. 1760. v. Benjamin.

I. Honor, in. John Burton, Esq., Conway's Dragoons.

II. Frances, d. aitm.

III. Anne, m. Arthur Owen, Lieut.-Col. 3rd Foot Guards,
■Jnd son of Sir W. Owen, Bart., M.P. for Pembroke.

5Ir. Harvey Thursby, M.P. for Wooton Bassett 1741, and for
Stamford 1754, ;/. 17ti4, and was s. by his eldest son,

Jons Harvey Tuursby, Esq. of Abington, a Verdercr of
Eoekingham Forest, la. Anne, dau. of William Hanbury, Esq.
of Kelmarsh, by whom (who d. 1778) he had surviving issue,
John Harvey, his heir.

■William Spencer, Lieut.-Col. h. 17G9 ; m. Charlotte, 2nd dau.
of the Rev. Kuseby Isham, and granddau. of Sir Justinian
Ishaiu, 3rd Bart, of Lamport, and had issue.
Anne, m. 1790, John Armytagc, Esq. of Northampton, 2nd
son of Sir George Armytage, 3rd Bart, of Kirldees.
Georgiana Tryphena.

Mr. Tluirsby d. 1798, and was s. by his eldest son,

John' Harvey Thubsby, Esq. of Abington Abbey, 6. 27
March, 1768, High Sheriff 1803. He m. 5 May, 1792, Emma,
<iau. of William Pigott, Esq. of Doddershall, and had issue,
John Harvey, his heir.
William (Kev.), of Onnerod House (see Bcrke's Peerage,

Tiu-RSBY. Hart.).
Fredei ick .Spencer, R.N., 6. 1801; m. 1831, Miss Lerigens,

ot .\i.\-la-Chapelle, and had one dau., Lucie, m. Julius

Cremer.
Charles, Capt. 52nd Regt., b. 1803 ; m. 1830, Emily, dau. of

— Pentland, Esq. of Blackhall, co. Louth, anil hail a dau.

Mary, d. 1848. Walter, b. 1808; d. in India.

Emma. Sophia Frances.

Lucy, »!. John .Daunccy, Esq., and had Philip and Emma

Louisa.
.\nne, <;<. Rev. B. Winthrop, Rector of Wolverdington, and

has issue.

The eldest son,

John Harvey Thcrsby, Esq. of Abington Al)bcy, 14th
Light Dragoons, 6. 24 June, 1793; m. 11 Xov. 1818, Emily,
dau. of Matthew Fortescue. Esq. of Slephenstown, co. Louth,
and had issue,

John Harvey, of Abington.

JIatthew William Frederic (Rev.), b. 18 March, 1821 ; m. 13
July, 1848, Elizabeth Sophia, only dau. of Thomas Beck-
wiili, Esq. of Eaton Place, London, and d. 17 Oct. \b6'J,
having had issue, 1 Percy, b. 4 Feb. 1851, m. 2 Nov. 1891,
Lizzie, eldest dau. of T. Braddock, Esq. ; 2 Neville, b. G
May, 1852, ;/i. 5 July, 1881, Zoe Angelique, eldest dau. of
Sir Henry Delves Broughton, Bart., an l has issue, Audley
Delves, b. 24 Jan. 1888, and Honor Zoe; 3 Frederic, h. 1
Nov. 1853, (/. uiiiii. 21 April, 1886; 4 Fortescue, b. 27 June,
Ib.'jo; 5 Audley, b. 11 Aug. 1»56, d. unyii. 24 March, 1868;
6 Charles Radcliffe, b. 31 Dec. 1857, m. 12 June, 18S8, Alice,
dau. of Albert Brisbane, Esq. of New York; 7 Kalph, b. 31
Oct. 1S63 ; 1 Emily, m. 30 March, 1875, Ernest Henry Curtis,
Capt. 14th Bengal Cavalry; 2 Sophia Sybil.

Spencer George Augustus, Capt. 1st Royals, b. 10 June,
1823 ; m. lSo3, Katharme Dorcas, 2nd dau. of Sir George
Forster, 2nd Bart, of Coolderry, and d. 6 June, 1871, having
had a dau. Anna Maria Emma, ra. 6 May, 1884, Rev. Regi-
nald Horley, of Eaton Socon, and a son, Harry F'orster, 6.
1 ."May, 1860, m. 1890, Mary Gertrude, dau. of Kev. G. L.
Coles, Vicar of Westport, Malmesbury.

Charles Fortescue, '-. 2s Apr.l, 1825 ; d. 27 Nov. 1861.

Kalph Lovell, of Kensington House, Oxon, J. P., formerly
in the army, 6. 2 May, 1827 ; m. Georgina K.atherine, widow
of Legli Richmond, Esq., who d. 6 Dec. 1890.

Walter (Rev.;, b. 24 Nov. 1830; vi. 9 June, 1857, Mary
Catherine Lfjuisa, only child of the Rev. T. G. Hodges, and
d. 1 Nov. l86;-j, having had issue, Herbert Edward (Rev.),
I. S Nov. 1858, rn. 1889, Elinor, dau. of — Martin, Esq.,
and has issue: Cecil Fiennes, b. 17 Jan. 1861 ; Hugh, b. 27
Oct. 1m62, -ill. 1888, Lucy, dau. of Abdy Williams, Esq. ;
Florence, 6. 1 June, 1865, m. April, lb92, Rev. W. D. Sar-

^eauni.



Francis, b. 30 Jan. 1822; m. 15 Jan. 185G, Elizabeth Wilhel-
mina, only child and heir of T. Dehaney, Esq., and d. 1863,
having had issue, F'rancis Dehaney, 6. 20 Aug. 1858, and
Bertram Fitzgerald, 6 15 June, 1861, d. an infant.

Kvcrard, b. 24 May, 1839; m. 16 July, 1866, Louisa Charlotte,
dau. of R. Jones, Esq., and d. a. p. 29 Oct. 1881.
Mr. Thursby d. 1 June, 1860.

AvMS — -\rg., a chevron between three lions rampant sa.
Crest — On a wreath, a lion rampant sa., holding a battle-axe
erect or.

Seat — .Abington Abbey, co. Northampton.



TIBBITS OF BARTON SEAGRAVE AND
ROTHWELL, GRANGE.

TiBBiTS, John Boelase, Esq. of Barton Sea-
grave and llotliwell Grange, co. Northampton,
formerly Ca[)t. 12th Lancers, J.P. and D.L., and
Lord of the Manor and Hundred of Rothwell, b.
1820 ; m. 17 June, 1858, Mary Isabella, Viscoun-
tess Hood, dau. and heir of Richard John Tibbits,
Esq. of Barton Seagrave. Caj^t. Tibbits is 4th son
of Col. Thomas Philip Maunscll, M.P., of Thorpe
Malsoi", CO. Northampton, by the Hon. Caroline
Elizabeth Cockayne his wife (see Mattnsell of
Thorpe), and assumed the surname and arms of
Tibbits, by royal licence, 1858.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4tli, erm., three cats passant
guardant az., for TtBBiTS ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a chevron
between three maunches sa., for Madnsell. Crests — 1st, A
demi-cat rampant guardant az., for Tibbits; 2nd, A falcon
rising ppr., tor Maunsell.

Halts — Barton Seagrave ; and Rothwell Grange, near Ket-
tering.



TICKELIi OF CARNOLWAY.

TiCEELL, TnoMAS, Esq. of Carnolway, co. Kil-
dare, Commander R.N., retired li Jan. 1864 ; h.
28 Feb. 1817 ; m. 12 Jan. 1860, Louisa Emily,
eldest dau. of Rev. James T. C. Saunders, and has
issue,

I. Edward James, Capt. 14th Hussars; b. 9 Feb. 1861.

II. Richard Eustace, b. 29 April, 1864.

III. Henry Maurice, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., 6. 14Aug. 1866.
I. Mary Louisa, m. 5 July, 1887, Charles E. F. Blouat-

Biggs, 2nd son of Col. John Peter Mou.at-Biggs, and has
issue, Ronald, 6. 30 Sept. 1890, Ethel and Hilda.

Lineage. — Thomas Tickell, living temp. Elizabeth,
whose family had for many generations been settled in co.
Cumberland, held landed property at Ullock in that county,
which he transmitted by will, dated 23 May, 1617, to his eldest
son,

Richard Tickell, who m. Katherine, dau. of Rev. Dr.
Henry Fairfax, and granddau. of Sir Thos. Fairfax, 1st Baron
of Cameron. He had, with two daus, three sons, Thomas,
William, and John. The eldest son,

Thomas Tickell, bapt. at Crosthwaite Church, 6 May, 1623,
left a son,

Richard Tickell (Rev.), appointed Vicar of Egremont, co.
Cumberland, 7 June, 1673, and of Bridekirli in 1680, and
again inducted to Egremont, 2 Jan. 168G. He m. Mary Gale,
of Whitehaven, and had issue,

I. Richard, Sec. at War in Ireland, 1724-1729 ; m. at White-
haven, Elizabeth — ; he was heir general of the family,
but sold the property to his brother Thomas by deeds of 23
and 24 Feb. 1721.

II. Thomas, of whom we treat.

The 2nd son,

Thomas Tickell, 6. 17 Dec. 1685, bapt. 19 Jan. 1686, at
Bridekirk; M. A. Queen's Coll. Oxford, 1708, Fellow in 1710,
was the author of a small volume of poems published in Dr.
Johnston's collection, and a friend of Addison, who procured
him the post of Under-Sec. of State in 1717. In 1725 he was
made Sec. to the Lords Justices of Ireland, which post he held
till his death, which occurred at Bath, 23 April, 1740. He m.
23 April, 1726, at St. Ann's, Dublin, Clotilda, dau. and co-heir
of Sir Maurice Eustace, of Harristown, co. Kildare, and thus
became entitled to that family's estate at Carnolway. She d.
at Dublin 16 July, 1792, aged 92, and was bur. with her
husband at Glasnevin. Her will dated 16 Aug. 1772, wag
proved by her grandson, Thos. Tickell. They left issue,



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1. John, of whom intsontly.

II. Thomas, Capt. lith Dragoons, 5. 1735 ; d. s. p. at Dublin,
9 March, 1765.

I. Margaret, 0. 1732; m. Major Bladen Swinny.

II. Clotilda, 6. 1734; d. 1737.

III. Philippa, b. 1738 ; d. s. p.
The eldest son,

John Tickell, Esq. of Glasnevin, 6. 23 Nov. 1727; m. 8
May, 1748, at St. Cigbi's, Holyhead, Esther, dau. of Thomas
Pierson, Esq. of Glasnevin. He sold the Cumberland property
in 1781, and after holding a civil appointment at Windsor for
a time, went abroad, and d. at Aix-la-Chapelle, his mother
surviving him. He left issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. Eichard, /'. 1751, a well-known political writer in his day,
appointed Commissioner of Stamps by Lord North 1779. He
TO. twice, firstly in 1780, Mary Linley, of Bath, sister to
Mrs. Sheridan, and secondly, Mrs. Sarah Leigh, a widow.
He d. 4 Nov. 17.43, by a fall from one of the i)arapets of
Hampton Court Palace, where he was in the habit of sitting
and reading. He had, witha dau. Elizabeth Anne, b. 1781,
d. ISGO, two sons,

1 Kiehard, b. 1782; Lieut. R.N., killed in action on H. M.S.
"Phoebe," off Sardinia, May. 1805

2 Samuel Eichard, Capt. 8tli Bengal N.I., b. 1785; to.
1810, Mary, dau. of Capt. Morris, 3rd Bengal N.I. : d. 5
Oct. 1827, at Berhampoor (M.I.), leaving issue,

Samuel Eichard, Col. H.M. Bengal Army, b. 1811; m.
1844, Maria, dau. of J. W. Templer, Esq., d. 20 April,
1875, leaving a son, George Templer, and two daus.,
Mary Louisa, m. 'Willi.im Marsh Cooper, Esq. ; and
Ada Elizabeth, m. George Scott, Esq.
Edward Lawrence, b. 1817; (/. s. p. 1883.
Mary Eose, h. 1815; m. 1st, 1834, Col. Hodson, Bengal
Artillery, and 2ndly, 1840, Lumisden Strange, Esq.
ni. John Ambrose (Rev.), Eector of Wells, Norfolk, b. 1753 ;
TO. 178.1, Sarah Cumberland; d. 26 March, 1835, leaving two
■ons,
1 Thomas, b. 1784; m. 4 Oct. 1809, Maria Quartermain
Trotter, and had with eight daus., one son, Thomas
Quartermain, who d. s. p. 2 John, <(. s. p.

I. Elizabeth Clotilda, h. 1754 ; to. 30 Nov. 1788, at Ghent,
Sir Eolicrt Barclay, Bart., and left issue.

II. Helena Maria, b. 1755; m. 1773, Samuel Wood, Esq., and
left issue, Samson Tickell, b. 1774.

The eldest son,

Thomas Tickell, Esq. of Carnolway, 6. 1749; Capt. 5th
Eoyal Irish Dragoons, served as Major in the Kildare Militia
during the Irish Eebellion, High SherifT of Kildare 1803; m.
1771, Sarah, only dau. of Luke Sparks, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. ; s. to
the estates on the death of his grandmother Clotilda, in 1792 ;
d. 30 Dec. 1831, at Bath, and was bur. with his wife in
Carnolway Churchyard. His will, dated 14 Feb. 1825, was
proved by his son Edward. He left issue,

I. Thomas, Capt. 70th Surrey liegt., b. 1772 ; d. s. p. 1802, at
Trinidad.

II. Edward, Q.C., b. 1779, many years chairman of co.
Armagh ; s. to the estates on the death of his father in
1831, and added to them by purchases from the Duke of
Leinster. He d. s. p. at Dublin 18 July, 1863; bur. at
Mount St. Jerome Cemetery, leaving the estates to his
nephew, Thomas Tickell, U.N.

III. John (Eev.), 6. 1783; d. s. p.

IV. Eichard, of whcmi presently.

V. Robert, b. 1789; d. s.p.
I. Sarah, b. 1775; d. s. p.

The 4th son,

BicuABD Tickell, Lieut.-Gen.,C.B., 6. 10 Sept. 1785, served
from 1804 to 1839 in the Bengal Engineers; m. 1st, 1 Feb.
1808, at Cawnpore, Mary Anne, dau. of Richard Procter, Esq.,
and by her (who d. 27 Sept. 1833, at Calcutta) had issue,

I. Eichard Samuel, Major H.E.I.C.S., 6. 28 June, 1809, in
India ; m. Jesscy, dau. of Col. Bartley : d. s. p. at Brighton
24 Oct. 1860 ; bur. in Kensal Green.

II. George, b. 12 Dec. 1815 ; took Holy Orders in the
Church of Rome, and d. at Stonyhurst, 6 April, 1893.

in. Thomas, now of Carnolway.

IV. Edward Arthur (Rev.), b. 1819, Vicar of Ulrome, York-
shire.

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