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Col. Bengal N.I., h. 15 Aug. 1821 ; to. 10 Oct. 1853,
at Agra, Sophia Victoria, second dau. of Col. George W.
Moseley, and has issue,

1 James Robert, b. 25 Nov. 1858 : P.W.D. India.

2 Richard Hugh, b. 1 Aug. 1860; P.W.D. India.

1 Sophia Margaret.

2 Alice Georgiana, d. 5 July, 1888.

I. Sarah, b. 1811 ; m. 1828, Arthur Lang, E.-tq., Bengal C.S. ;
d. 12 June, 1880, having had si.x sons and three daus.

<3en. Tickell m. 2ndly, 18 June, 1840, at St. George's, Blooms-
bury, Margaret Scott, 2nd dau. of Adam Walker, Esq., Bhe d.
15 Feb. 1882, at Cheltenham. They had issue,



VI. Robert Procter, Major R.E., b. 20 March, 1841, a:
Reading; d. s.p. 10 July, 1884. at Movar, India.

VII. Arthur Lang, Lieut.-Col. 77th Regt., b. 4 Apiil, 1841, at
Reading; ni. 7 Dec. 1871, at St. Philip's, Cheltenham,
Henrietta Margaret, dau. of Sir Richard Green-Price. Bart.,
and has issue,

1 Arthur Claud Powlett, 6. 24 June, 1875 ; d. nam. 21
Jan. 1894.

2 Hugh Richard, 6. 23 Oct. 1879.

1 Laura Margaret, vi. Major Ernest Bellers, Middlesex
Regt.

2 EUenor Forbes.

3 Nora Constance. 4 Violet.

VIII. John Larkins, P.W.D. India, b. 7 Nov. 1845, at
Cheltenham.

IX. Eustace Ashburncr, Capt. 6Sth Regt., b. 8 March, 1851,
at Cheltenham ; d. s. p. 2 July, 1877 ; bur. with his father
at Cheltenham.

X. Charles, P.W.D. India, b. March, 1853, at Cheltenham;
111. 16 April, 1887, in India, Ella Buck. She d. 30 April,
1887, at Lahore.

II. Eliza .A^nne, m. 18 June, 1803, at St. Luke's, Cheltenham,
Joseph Christian Corbyn, Deputy Surgeon-Gen. Bengal
Army, and has issue. Hector, R.H.A., b. 18 March, 18d4,
and livclyn Jlurgarct.

III. Fanny Ellen, w. 20 April, 1800, at St. Luke's, Cheltenham,
Col. Sir Edward Stock Hi;i, K.C.B., M.P., and has issue,

1 Eustace Tickell, 19th Hus.sars, b. 1869.

2 Vernon Tickell, i. 1871.
3Rodriek Tickell, b. 1875.

4 Percy Montgomery Tickell, b. 1877.

1 Mabel Frances. 2 Constance Gertrude.

3 Gladys Claire.

Gen. Tickell d. 3 Aug. 1855, at Cheltenham, and was bur. ia
Leckhampton Churchyard.

-•Ici/iS— Quarterly : 1st and 4th gu., a maunche arg. ; 2nd, sa.
on a bend arg., three escallops gu. ; 3rd, gu., a .sallire or, for
Eustace. Crest — An arm couped below the elbow and erect
vested gu., charged with three fleurs-de-lis or, cutled arg.,
holiling in the hand ppr. a fleur-de-lis gold. Motto— \ifjL posse
priore frui.

Jitsidence — The Lypiatts, Cheltenham.



TIGHE OF WOODSTOCK.

BuxBUET-TiGiiE, Edward Kenrick, Esq. of
Woodstock, CO. Kilkenny, educated at Harrow, and
Trin. Coll. Camb., J. P. and D.L., late Lieut. Greii-
aflier (3-uards, formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade, b. 24s
Aug. 1862, *. his father 1S91.

Liueagre. — The name of Tigh, Tygii, Teigh, or, as now
written, Tighe, was assumed from a village in Rutland, and
in the immediate neighbourhood of which place, at Corby
Castle, CO. Lincoln, the family was longsettled, where Leicester
Teigh, or Tigh, the last of the English line, was residing temp.
Charles II., in the previous reign, and before the Eebellion
of 1641.

Richard Tighe (son of William Tighe, of Market Deeping,
by Mary his wife, dau. of Tobias Haughton, of Kelthorpe, Rut-
land) went over to Ireland, and settled there. He was Sheriff
of Dublin, 1649, Col. Dublin Militia, Mayor of Dublin 1651,
1652, and 1656, and Member for the same city in Cromwell's
Parliament 1656. He acquired considerable estates in cos.
Carlow, Dubhn, and Westmeath, during the reigns of Charles
I. and Charles II., and m. Mary, dau. of Newman Eooke,
Esq. of London, by whom he left issue,

William, his heir.

Anne, m. 1st, Theophilus Sandford, ancestor of Lord Mount
Sandford (extinct) ; 2ndly, John Preston, Esq. ; and 3rdly,
Hon. Olivar Lambart, 3rd son of Charles, 1st Earl of Cavan.

Rebecca, m. Hugh Leeson, Esq., ancestor of the Earl of
Milltown.

Mary, in. 1670, Francis Wheeler, Esq.

Richard Tighe was s. by his son,

William Tighe, Esq., b. 1657, m. Anne, dau. of Christopher
Lovett, Esq., and by her (whom. 2ndly, Thomas Coote, a Judge
of the King's Bench) had issue,

Richard, his heir.

Mary, m. 1694, Capt. Hon. Alexander Stewart, 2nd son of ,
William, 1st Viscount Mountjoy.

Mr. Tighe d. 1679, and was s. by his only son.

Right Hon. Richard Tighe, P.C, temp. George I.. M.P.
for Belturbet 1703, for Newton 1715, and for Augher 1727.
He 711. Barbara, dau. and co-heir of Christian Bor, Esq. of
Drinagh, co. Wexford (by Ellen his wife), and had, besides
two daus., a son and successor,

William Tighe, Esq. of Rossana, co. Wicklow, Keeper of the
Records in the Berminghaui Tower, M.P. for Clonmines J 733,
and for Wicklow 1761. He m. 1st, March, 1736, Lady Mary



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Bligh, eldest dau. of John, 1st Earl of Daniley, by Lady Theo-
dosia Hyde, Baroness Clifton in her own riglit, bis wife, dau.
and luir of Edward, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, and had issue,

I. William, his suceossor.

II. Edward. M.l". for Belturhct 1763, and for Wit-klow 1790,
■III. jVIiss Jones, of co. Westineath, and left one sjii,

George William, r,i. JIarearet, widow cf .Stephen, 2iul
Earl Mounteashel, and dau. of Kobert, 2nd Earl of
Kingston, il. s. p.
in. Eiehard Willi.im, M.T. for Wieklow IThS, hi. Sarah, dau.
of Goddard liiehards. Esq. of Granare. eo. Wexlord, and had,
with otlur issue, who -/. uiuit., two sons, Edward, ra. Euey,
youns;est dau. of Kioliard Newton King, Esq. of Macmine
Castle. CO. Wexford, ('. s. j)., and Kobert liichard, m. 1st,
Sarali Frances, dau. of Hev. John Cleland, and 2ndlv,
Louisa Joan, dau. of Hon. George Jocelyn, and widow of
Hon. and liev. Edward Wingtield, (/. .i. j).'20 July, 1S73.
I. Theodosia, >ii. Kev. William Ulaehford, and had one son,
John Blachford, Esq. of Altadore, co. Wieklow, and one
dau., :Mary, wife of her cousin, Henry Tighe, Esq.

Mr. Tighe m. ■2ndly, Margaret, eldest dau. and co-heir of Cajit.
Thomas Theaker, M.P., by whom he had a son, Tlionias, m.
and had issue, and a dau. Barbara, in. Rev. Michael Sandys,
Eector of Powerseourt. He c^ 1766, and was s. by his son,

William Tighe, Esq. of Kossana, M.l'.for Athboy 1761, and
subsequently for Wieklow, m. 176.5, Sarah, only child of the
Eight Hon. Sir Wiliiam Eowncs, Bart, of Woodstock, co. Kil-
kenny, by Lady Elizabeth Bonsonby his wife, dau. of
Brabazon, 1st Ear! of Bessborough, and had issue,

William his heir.

Henry, .M.P. for Inistioge, m. his first cousin, Mary Blach-

fordj who d. 1810; he (/. .«. p. lSi6. Mrs. Henry Tighe

gained distinction as a poetess.
John Edward, ((. wiin.

Elizabeth, m. Kev. Thomas Kelly, of Kellyville, Queen's Co.
Marianne Caroline, m. Charl.-s Hamilton, Esq. of Hamwood.

Mr. Tighe d. 1782, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Tighe, Esq. of Woodstock, co. Kilkenny, 0. 1766,
Member for the borough of Wieklow in tlie Irish, and for the
CO. in the imperial Parliament. This gentleman, as patron of
the boroughs of Wieklow and Inistioge, returned four members
to Parliament, and was, at the time of the Union, one of the
most intiuential commoners in Ireland. He m. 1793, Marianne,
dau. and co-heir of Daniel Gahan. Esq. of Coolquil, co. Tippe-
rary, M.P. for Fethard, by his wife Hannah, sister and co-heir
of Matthew Bunbury, Esq. of Kilfeaclc, co. Tipperary, and by
her (who d. 1853) he had issue,

I. William Fsederick Fownes, his heir.

II. Daniel, of Kossana, co. Wieklow, J. P. and D.L., High
SheritT 1»27, formerly in the Grenadier Guards, m. 3 March,
]S25, Hon. Frances Crofton, 3rd dau. of Hon. Sir Edward
Crofton, 3rd Bart, of Moate, by Lady Charlotte Stewart,
his wife. dau. of John, 7th Earl of Galloway, and d. 26
March, 1S74, having had issue by her (who U. 20 Dee. 1831),

1 Frederick Edward, of whom presently.

2 James Stl-art, of Kossana, Ashford, co. Wieklow, J. P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1876, Lieut.-Col. (half-pay) late
bth Madras Cavalry, b. 1 iMarch, 1831 : m. 21 Oct. 1857,
Charlotte, youngtsi dau. of Very Kev. Thomas John de
Burgh, of Oldtowu, co. KiUUne, Dean of Cloyne, by the
Lady Anna Louisa Hely-Hutchinson his wife, sister of
John, 3rd Earl of l^onoughmore, and has issue,

Walter Stuart, b. 26 July, ls61.
Wilfred, b. 8 June, 1868.

f:?"'^*' ] twins, b. 25 Oct. 1859.
Flora, j '

Charlotte Frances, d. 6 April, 1876.

Una Emily, b. June, 1864.

Maud May, b. June, 186d.

3 Arthur Francis, R.N., b. 1837 : d. 1870.

4 Richard William, 6. 1839; d. 1813.

5 Francis Robert Spencer, 6. 184.5: (/. 1855.

1 Frances Marianne, m. 7 Aug. 1852, Hon. F'rcderick A. H.
Chichester, 3rd son of Arthur, 1st Lord Templemore, and
by hiia (who d. 18 May, 1863; had i;sue.

2 Louisa Elizabeth.

3 Theresa Augusta, m. 19 Oct. 1861, Hon. Charles St.
George Crofton, K.N'., and d. Aug. 1867, leaving issue.

4 Georgiana Harriet, rn. J. H. Briagford, Esq.

5 Susan Diana. 6 Gertrude Fanny, d. unm.

I. Hannah, m. 1818, Lord P.atrick James Herbert Cnchton
Stuart, M.P., only brother of John, 2nd Marquess ot Bute,
and had issue.

Mr. Tighe d. 1816, and was s. by his eldest son.

Right Hon*. William Frederick Fownes Tighe, of Wood-
stock, J. P. cos. Wexford, Westmeath, and Carlow, High
Sheriff CO. Kilkenny 1323, and co. Carlow 1837, Lord-Lieut.
and Gustos Eotulorum of Kilkenny, Col. Kilkenny F'usiliers,
and one of H.M.s Most Hon. Privy Council, b. 17 March, 1794;
r/i. IS April, 1825, Lady Louisa Madelina Lennox, 5th dau. of



Charles, 4th Duke of Richmond and Lennox, and had an only
dau.,

Charlotte Frances, who d. an infant 1827.
Mr. Tighe </. 1878, and was s. by his nephew,

F'REDERICK Edward I!uni!uryTi(;iii:, Esq. of Woodstock,
CO. Kilkenny, J. P. co. Wieklow, formerly in tlie 53rd and 82nd
Kegts., and late Lieut. -Col. Comm. Kilkenny Militia, b. June,
1826; s. his uncle 1878; m. 10 Aug. 1858, Lady Kathleen
Louisa Georgina Ponsonby, dau. of John William, 4th Earl of
Bessborough, and by her (who d. 9 July, 1863) has issue,

I. William F'rederiek, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, b. June,
1860; d. liiiin. 19 April, 1887.

II. Edward Klnrick, now of Woodstock.

Col. Tighe assumed the name of Bdnburt by I'oyal licence
ls73, and d. 6 Jan. 1891, and was s. by his only surviving
son.

AriM — Per chevron, embattled arg. and sa., five crosses-eross-
let in chief, four in base counterchanged. Crest. — A wolf's head
erased pjir., with a collar az , charged with a cross-crosslet sa.
Motto — .Sumnuim nee metuam diem nee ontem.

i'co7 — Woodstock Park, Inistioge, co. Kilkenny.

r/i;,6.5— Guards', Naval and Military, Broolts', Bachelors', and
Kildare Street, Dublin.



TIGHE OF MITCHEIiSTOWN".

Tighe, St. L.iwrexce Eobeet Mobgan, Esq.
of Mitc-liclstown, co. Westmeath, D.L., h. 20 Feb.
1838 ; *. his father 9 Jan. 1853 ; m. .5 Fob. 1874,
the Hon. Laura Allanson Winn, eldest dau. of
Charles AUauson, 4th Lord Headley, and has
issue,

I. RonERT Hugh Morgan, b. 8 Dec. 1874.
I. Margaret Catherine Hume Morgan.

Xiineag'e. — Roisert Tighe, ICsq. of The Ilaymarket, aniJ
of Kilpatiijk, co. Westmeath, h. 1645 (elder brother of Richard
Tighe, ancestor of Tighe of Woodstock, co. Kilkenny, son of
William Tighe, of Market Deeping, by Mary his wife, dau. of
Tobias Houghton, of Kelthorpe, Rutland), went to Ireland
temp. Charles II. He m. 1681, glabella, dau. of Robert
Stcarne, Esq. of Tullynally, co. Westmeath, sister of Major-
Gen, the Right Hon. Robert Stearne, Governor of Kilmainham,
and first cousin of John Stearne, D.D., Bishop of Clogher,
and by her had issue,

Robert, his successor.

Steal ne, of Carriek, co. Westmenth, ancestor of tlie TiOHBS
ot Can-ich, co. Westmeath, and Cloalee, co. Meath.

Anne, in. J. Moland, Esq. of Dublin, and co. Kildare.
The elder son,

KonERT Tighe, Esq., who .?. his father in his estates in cos.
Westmeath and Carlow, purchased the estates of Mitchels-
town, Castletowndelvin, Scurlogstown, and other lands in co.
Westmeath, from his kinsman, the Right Hon. Richard Tiglie.
He was b. 1683; m. 1715, Mary, sister of the Right Hon.
Nathaniel Clements, father of the 1st Lord Leitrira, and by
her (who d. 1780) h?,d issue,

I. Stearne, M.P. for Athy, /*. 1717; d. v. p. 7 Jan. 1762.
He m. '25 Sept. 1759. Arabella, dau. of Sir .fohn Osborne, 6tli
Bart, of l;allintaylur, co. Waterford, and had issue,

1 RoRERT Stearne, heir to his grandfather.

2 William Fitzgerald, b. 1702; d. 17(0.
I JIary Ann, b. 1761 ; d. 1770.

II. Robert, of South Hill, co. Westmeath, M.P. for Carriek,
who s. to his father's co. Carlow estate, d. 1799. He m,
Isabella, dau. cf Gilbert King, Esq. of Charlestown, co.
Roscommon, and sister of 6ir Gilbert King, 1st Bart., and
by her had issue,

1 Kobert, Major Westmeath Militia, M.P. for Carlow at
the period ot the Union, m. 1st, Frances, dau. of Robert
Wade, Esq. of Clouebrany, co. Meath, and 2nclly, Char-
lotte, dau. of James F'ethei-ston, Esq. of liracklyn Castle,
CO. Westmeath. By his 1st wife, he harl one dau., and
by his 2nd, two son.s, of whom the elder,
Robert Tighe, Esq. of FitzwilUam Square, Dublin, J.P.,
Chairman of co. Limerick, ni. twice; his 1st wife was
Hester Catherine (who d. s. ji. 1872), eldest^ dau. of the
late Right Hon. T. B. Ciisaek-Smith, Master of the
Rolls in Ireland, and his 2nd, Jane, dau. of Michael
Hassard, Esq., M.P. He d. s. p. 15 June, 1881.

1 Anne, m. Francis Hopkins, Esq. of Newtown.

2 Isabeda, m. Henry Daniel, Esq. of Newforest.

3 Eliza, m. Joseph Morgan Daly, Esq. of Castle Daly.

4 Louisa, m. Robert llandeock Temple, Esq. of Waters-
town, CO. Westmeath, and had one dau. Isabella, wife of
William George, 2nd Lord Harris.

III. Ricliard, killed at the siege of Gibraltar.



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THE LANDED GENTRY.



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I. Anne, ni. Benjamin Chapman, Esq. of Killua, co. West-
meath, and was mother of Sir Benjamin Chapman, and of
Sir Thomas Cliapman, 1st and 2nd Barts. of Killua Castle.

Mr. Tighe d. 1766, and was «. by his grandson,

Egbert Steakne Tighe, Esq., b. 3 March, 1760 ; m. 1st, 18
March, 17H5, Catherine, only dau. and heir of Col. Hugh
Morgan, of Cottlestown, co. Sligo, and of Cork Abbey, co.
Wiclilow, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of the Eight
Hon. Philip Tisdall, Attorney-General of Ireland, by Mary
Singleton his wife, niece and co-heir of the Eight Hon. John
Singleton, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, and by her (who d.
18 Feb. 1819) had issue,

I. KoBERT Morgan, his successor.

II. William Stearns, 6. 6 Feb. 1793; lost on board H.M.S.
"Ajax," Dec. 1«06.

III. Hugh Usher (Very Eev.), Dean of Derry, s. 1833, to
the estate of Carrick, co. Westmcath, under the will of
Stearne Tighe, Esq., grandson of Stearne Tighe, Esq. of
Carrick, b. 27 Feb. 1802; d. 11 Aug. 1874; m. 21 April,
1828, Anne Florence, dau. of John M'Clintock, Esq. of
Drunicar, co. Louth, by his wife Lady Elizabeth French,
dau. of William, 1st Earl of Clancarty, and by her (who d.
21 Feb. 1893), had issue,

1 Eobert Hugh Morgan, 6. Feb. 1829; d. unm. May, 1867.

2 Charles Moland Morgan, d. April, 1843.

1 Elizabeth Laetitia Morgan, m. 22 June, 1853, Edward
Stopford Blair, Esq. of Penninghame (vide Courtown, in
Peerage), co. Wigton.

2 Catherine Florence Morgan, m. 6 July, 1858, J. E.
Severne, Esq., M.P., of Wallop Hall and Thenford.

I. Catherine, m. July, 1807, William Henry Worth Newen-
ham, Esq. of Coolmore, co. Cork, who d. Sept. 1842. She
d. s. p. Feb. 1858.
Mr. Tighe m. 2ndly, Anna, dau. of Major-Gen. Dilkes and
sister of Lieut.-Gen. Dilkes, Lieut. -Governor of Quebec, and
by her (who d. May, 1823) had no issue. He d. 21 May, 1835,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Morgan Tighe, Esq. of Mitchelstown, J. P. co.
Westmeath, b. 1 July, 1790; m.O July, 1836, his cousin,
Frances Elizabeth, youngest dau. (and eventual sole heir of
her brothers) of Hon. and Eight Eev. Thomas St. Lawrence,
Bishop of Cork and Eoss, by Frances his wife, dau. and co-
heir of Eev. Henry Maule Coughlan, D.D., and by her (who
d- 30 Sept. 1871), had issue,

St. Lawrence Egbert Morgan, his heir.

Marcus Anthony, 6. 9 Aug. 1839 : d. 16 Oct. 1855.

He d. 19 Jan. 1853.

Anns — S.Trae as Tighe of Woodstock, quartering Morgan,
Blaynet, Coote, Cuffe, Tisdall, Singleton, St. Lawrence,
BEAnFORT, Holland, Ed.mund Plantagenet of Woodstock ,
Beauchamp Earl of Warwick, Montgomery Earl of Eglia-
ton and Coughlan.

iJesidcnce— Ashgrove, EUesmere, Shropshire.



TILLARD OF THE HOLME.

TiLLAED, Philip Edward, Esq. of Godman-
cliester, co. Hujitingdoii, J.P. and Earrister of the
Inner Temple, b. 31 July, 1836; m. 1871, lona
Mary, eldest surviving dau. of the late John
Bonham Carter, Esq. of Adhurst St. Mary, and
lias issue,

I. Edward Eosslyn, 6. 1 Jan. 1874.

II. Francis Bonham, 6. 21 Jan. 1875.
in. Philip Henry, b. 20 May, 1880.

IV. John Arthur Stuart, 6. 24 Nov. 1889.

I. Mary Emily, b. 29 Nov. 1872.

II. Edith lona, b. 16 April, 1876.
HI. Laura Julia, 6. 11 July, 1877.
IV. Olive Marjorie, b. 20 Dec. 1878.

liineag'e. — The family of Tillard are of French extrac-
tion, and are first found in England at Totnes, co. Devon,
■where

Henky Tillard was bur. 22 Nov. 1603, aged 95. His son,

William Tillard, Mayor of Totnes, b. 1547, had issue, by
his wife Margaret, two sons and two daus. His eldest son,

William Tillard, Mayor of Totnes, b. 1585 ; m. Isabella,
•<3au. of Eichard Michalmore, Esq. of Halwil, co. Devon, and
had issue, four sons and six daus. Of the sons, Isaac was
Mayor of Plymouth; but the only one who left issue was his
youngest son,

Abraham Tillard, Esq. of London, 6. 21Jan. 1632. Hem.
Mary, dau. of Joas Bateman, Esq., grandfather of the 1st
Viscount Bateman, by whom (who d. 18 Feb. 1729) he had
■issue, six sons and three daus. His eldest son. Sir Isaac
Tillard, Knt., d. s.x>-; the family of his 2nd son, William



Tillard, Esq., expired 1828, at the death of his grandson,
James Tillard Esq. of Street-End House ; and the only one of
the other sons who left issue was his younger son,

JoAS Tillard, Esq., 6. 15 Jan. 1690 ; m. April, 1726, Kathe-
rine, eldest dau. and co-heir of Thomas West, M.D., and
cousin of Admiral Temple West and of the celebrated Gilbert
West. He d. Jan. 1774, and by her (who d. April, 1757) left a
son.

Rev. Richard Tillard, Vicar of Wirksworth, co. Derby,
b. 19 Oct. 1732; m. 28 Sept. 1702, Sarah, only child of Ealph
Yoward, Esq. of York, heir of the family of Yoward ofHooton
Locriss and of Westcrdale, co. York, and by her had (with
junior issue, all d. s. p.) a son and successor,

Eev. Eichard Tillard, M.A., of Street-End House, Rector
of Bluntisham, co. Huntingdon, J. P., b. 16 July, 1765, whom.
31 Dec. ISIO, Margaret, Srddau. of Rev. William Smelt, Rector
of Gedling, Notts, by Margaret his wife, only sister of Philip,
5th Earl of Chesterfield, and by her (who d. 2 Sept. 1841) had
issue,

I. Philip, of whom hereafter.

II. James Arthur, Rector of Conington, co. Cambridge, b. 25
Nov. 1812; m. 28 July, 1836, Ellen, eldest dau. of Eev.
Joseph Cotterill, of Blakeney, co. Norfolk, and has issue.

III. Richard Henry (Eev.), M.A., Eector of Blakeney, co.
Norfolk, b. 28 Dec. 1815; m. 1847, Anna, 2nd dau. of Eev.
Joseph Cotterill, and has issue.

IV. William Obins, b. 20 Feb. 1824.

I. Margaret Amelia, m. 25 Nov. 1834, Rev. John Storer, of
Chiddinfold, near Godalming.

II. Harriett Jesse, m. Rev. Charles Dent Bell, of Ambleside,
and d. 9 March, 1851.

Mr. Tillard s. his cousin, the late James Tiliard, Esq., 1 Sept.
1828. He d. Jan. 1850, and was «. by his eldest son,

Philip Tillaed, Esq. of Stukeley Hall, J.P. co. Hunting-
don, 6. 20 Sept. 1811 ; vi. 6 May, 1834, Philippa Julia, eldest
dau. of John Thomas Baumgartner, M.D., of Godmanehester,
CO. Huntingdon, and by her (who d. 16 Dec. 1885), has had
issue,

I. Henry Percy, Lieut. E.H.A., b. 3 July, 1835, d. in India
18 Dec. 1858.

II. Philip Edward, of Godmanehester.

III. John Arthur, Major-Gen. R.A., b. 13 Sept. 1837: vi.
Eliza Scott, dau. of Gen. George Palmer Whish, Esq., and
has, with other issue, Henry Percy, b. 17 April, 1860, and
Philip George, b. 30 Jan. 1862.

IV. Robert Mowbray. Eector of Tittleshall, Norfolk, b. 31
March, 1846 ; m. 12 April, 1877, Sophia Harriet, dau. of
Ven. Archdeacon Lloyd, of The Whitehall, Shrewsbury, and
has issue, Hugh Philip, b. 24 Jan. 1878; Aubrey Thomas,
b. 10 April, 1»81 ; Ealph Philip; Helen Sophia; Florence
Maud.

V. Algernon, b. 10 Oct. 1847; m. Mamie, dau. of — Atkin-
son, Esq., and has issue, two sons.

I. Emily Harriet, ni. F. J. Eooper, Esq. of Abbotts Eipton
Hall, CO. Huntingdon.

II. Philippa Margaret, m. Major Henry Doveton.

III. Adelaide Julia, m. Eev. George Alfred Foyster, Rector
of All Saints, Hasiings.

IV. Florence, >ii. Ernest George Bevan, Esq., son of the late
George Innes Bevan, Esq. of Farm Hall, Godmanehester.

Mr. Tillard d. 6 April, 1887, and was s. by his eldest surviving
son.

Arms (borne by the family ever since their residence in this
country, and supposed to be of foreign origin)— Arg., a pale,
indented point in point, gu. and az., between two mascles sa.,
quartering West and Yoward. Crest— Originally a death's
head ; but since the intermarriage with Katherine West (1726),
the family have usually borne the crest of West : Out of a ducal
coronet or, a griflin's head az., ears and beak or.

/Seat— The Holme, Godmanehester, Huntingdon.



TINDAIi-CARILL-WORSLEY OE PLATT
HALL.

Tindal-Caeill-Woesi-et, Nicolas, Esq. of
Piatt Hall, CO. Lancaster, M.A. Pembroke Coll.
Oxford, b. 5 Jan. 1848 ; w. 17 April, 1875, Eliza-
beth, dau. and heir of Charles Carill-Worsley, Esq.
of Piatt Hall, Manchester, and of Winster, co.
Derby, and great-granddau. of Erasmus Darwin,
M.D. [see Daewin of Fern), and has had issue,

I. Charles Nicolas, b. 20 Aug. 1876.

II. John Acton, b. 20 and d. 21 July, 1877.

III. Acton, 6. 9 Sept. 1878.

IV. Ralph, 6. 27 Dec. 1881.

I. dementia, b. 27 May, 1884.

He assumed by royal licence, 1878, the surname
and arms of Caeill-Worsley.



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Lineagre Eev. John Tindai, M.A. Exeter Coll. Oxford,

Iteetoi- of St. Ives. Cornwall, and Vicar of Cornwood, Devon,
who ,/. 1714; Hi. Elizabeth, dau. of Nicholas Prideaux, Esq. of
St. Thom;^, Barbados, President of Council in that island, and
had issue, four sons and two daus. His son and heir,

Kev. Nicolas Ti.ndal, M.A. of Exeter Coll. and Fellow of
Trin. Coll. Oxford, Hector of AlvcrstoUe, co. Southampton,
Vicar of Walthain, Essex, Hector of Colbourne, Isle of Wight,
ChapUiinofGrecnwiehHospit.il, and translator and coniiiuator
of lUriN's Ilistorii of E»:/lu)i<l, d. 1774; hi. 29 Jan. 1710, Anne,
dau. of John Kcate, Esq. of Hasborne, berks, and had issue,
I. Joii.v, Kector of Chelmsford, Essex, m. Mary, dau. (by his
1st niarriairel and co-heir of Rev. Oliver Pocklinston, Hector
of Chelmsford, and had issue, an only dau. m. 1773, Kev. John
llortran, Kector of Chelmsford, and left issue; ii. Geokge, of
■»hora presently ; iii. James, a Capt. in the 4th Kegt. of
Dragoons, d. 17i30, and left issue, i. Letitia, d. wiYii. The
2nd son,

George Tindal, Esq. of Coval Hall, Chelmsford, Capt. R.X.,
d. 1777 ; m. Diana, dau. and co-heir of Rev. Oliver Pock-
linjiton, Kector of Chelmsford (by his 2nd marriase with
Catherine, d.au. and sole heir of John Manwood, Esq. of Broni-
field, Essex), and by her (who d. April. 1806, aged 92) had
issue, Robert, his heir; George, d. s. p. ; Diana, d. unm. :
and Katherlne, m. Philip Williams, Esq. His son and suc-
cessor,

Robert Tindal, Esq. of Coval Hall, Chelmsford, Essex, d.
1S3". ; m. Sally, only child of John Pocock, Esq. of Greenwich
Hospital, Kent, and had issue,

I. Nicolas CoNTXGHAM (Sir), Knt., M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.,
Hon. D.C.L. Oxford, Solicitor-General 1826-29, Chief Justice
of the Court of Common Pleas 1829-46, b. 12 Dec. 1776; m.
2 Sept. Ib09, Merelina, younccest dan. of Thomas Symonds,
Esq., Capt. R.N., and by her (who d. 22 Feb. lalS) had
issue.

1 Nicolas (Rev.), M.A. Trin Coll. Camb., Vicar of Sand-
hurst, CO. Gloucester, b. 6 July, 1810; m. 9 April, 1839,
Anne Frances, dau. of J. G. Schweitzer, Esq. of Southall,
Middlesex, and dying 25 Aug. 1842, left issue by her,

Merelina Frances, «i. Arthur Stamford, Esq., whoi/. s.;;).
Adela Rose Ellen, i/t. 6 Oct. 1859, James Mouat, Esi].,

M.D., V.C, C.B., and Knight of the Legion of Honoui-,

Inspector-General of Army Hospitals.

2 Louts .St.monds, his heir.

3 Robert John, d. an infant 3 Feb. I8I4.

4 Charles John, d.. unm. 18.')3.

1 Merelina, m. 16 May, 1840, James Whatman Bosanquet,
Esq. of Claysmore, near Enlleld, and d. 2 Sept. lo.^i2,
leaving issue.

2 Isabella Juliana, d. unm. 18 Feb. 1818.

Sir Nicolas Conyngham Tindal, d. 6 July, 1845, and was s.

by his eldest and only surviving son,
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