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ds Tindal, Vice- Admiral R.N., h. 29 Aug.
ISU ; VI. 15 June, 18.')3, Henrietta ilaria O'Dunuell
Whyte, and dying 4 Feb. 1876, left issue by her,

1 Nicolas Charles of Hanningfield, Essex, 6. 27 Nov.
1857.

1 Maria Merelina, 7n. .Jan. 1876, Arthur Mildmay Gepp,
Esq., son of Thomas Morgan Gepp, Esq. of Mayntrees,
Chelmsford.

2 Emily Frances. 3 Katherine Mary Adela.
n. John Pocock, a Midshipman R.N., killed in the engage-
ment with the Dutch fleet at Camperdown, 11 Oct. 1797,
aged 17.

III. George, d. v.nm. 1805.

IV. Thomas, of whom presently.

V. Charles, a Comm. R.N., b. 28 Oct. 1786; m. 25 Oct. 1816,
Anne, dau. of James Grant, of Thoby Priory, Essex, and
had issue,

1 Charles Grant, of Fir Grove, Winchfield, Hants, h. 31
JiUy, 1823; m. 14 Aug. 1856, Anne Amory, 5th dau. of
John Travers, Esq. of Turville Park, co. Bucks, and h;;s
issue, Charles Frederick, 6. 19 Nov. 1h57; John Travers,
b. 1 June, 1860; Annie Grant; Maria Louisa; Jane
Emilia; Elizabeth Grant; and Esther Kirkpatrick.

2 Edward Robert, d. unm. 7 June, 1835.

3 Frederick Colquhoun, d.. unm. 22 June, 1855.

4 Arthur De VeuUe, d. unm. 1 Aug. 1854.

5 Francis Hcrringhain, d. unm. 1857.

1 Anna. 2 Laura, '/. unm. 1873.

3 Merelina. 4 Isabella.

5 Harriet Jane. 6 Adelaide. 7 Mary.

Capt. Charles Tindal d. 31 Oct. 1859.

VI. Itobert, M.D., of Colchester, Essex, d. unm. 1834.

I. Marianne Elizabeth, m. George Porter. Esq. of Stanstead,
Bury, Herts; d. 1845.

II. Jane (Rev.), m. Vincent Edwards, Vicar of Broomfiekl,
Essex ; d. 1850.

HI. Sally, m. John Duncan King, Esq., Capt. in the Fusiliers.
IV. Clarina Isabella, in. William WoodroofTe, Esq. of Lin-
coln's Inn.



■^Iie 3rd son,

Thomas Tindal, Esq. of The Prebendal House, Aylesbury,
Bucks, Clerk of the Peace and Treasurerof that co., 6. 31 Aug.
1783, the 4th but 2nd surviving son of Robert Tindal, Esq.
of Coval Hall, Essex. He m. 1st, 25 Jan. 1809, Anne, dau.
of Acton Chaplin, Esq. of Aylesbury, Clerk of the Peace and
Treasurer co. Bucks, by whom (who d. 23 May, 1812) he had
issue,

I. Acton, of The Manor House, .\ylesbury.

I. Anne Eliza, m. 5 Nov. 1829, Sir John'de Veulle, Knt. of
?t. Helier, Jersey, BailitT of the island, who d. 1 June, 1848.
She d. 19 Feb. 1851, leaving issue.

Mr. Tindal m. 2ndly, 12 Dec. 1816, Mary Anne, dau. of Rev.
Henry Uhthoff, Reetor of lluntingtield, Suffolk, and cousin of
Joshua, 2nd Lord Huntingfield, by whom (who d. 11 March,
1826) he had further issue,

II. Henry (Rev.), M.A. Braseno.se Coll. Oxon, late Rector of
Franckton, co. Warwick, 6. 7 March, 1820; lu. 29 Nov. 1855,
Emma, dau. of James Haydock Hill, Esq. of Elmley Parle,.
CO. Worcester, and has issue.

HI. Thomas William, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., of Lincoln's
Inn, Special Pleader, b. 8 Sept. 1821 : m. 3 Sept. 1864, at the
British Embassy, Paris, Louisa Matilda (d. 1884), dau. of
Thomas Trueman, Esq. of Hill, near Manchester.

n. Mary Isabella, m. 20 Jan. 1846, Rev. Arthur Pearson,
M.A., Rector of Springfield, Essex, and has issue.

HI. Frances, d. unm. 13 Sept. 18.32.

IV. Amelia, m. Rev. John Kadcliffe Pretyman, M.A., Vicar
of Aylesbury, and d. 1884, leaving issue.

V. Cornelia Jane, m. 14 Aug. 1851, Sir William Browne,
Knt., C.B., who d. 1834.

Mr. Tindal d. 26 July, 1850, and was s. by his son,

Acton Tindal, Esq. of The Manor House, Aylesbury, Cleric
of the Peace for Bucks, b. 20 July, 1811 ; m. 30 July, 1846,
Henrietta Euphemia, dau. and heir of Rev. John Harrison,
M.A., J. P. of Ramsey, Essex, Vicar of Dinton, and had issue,

I. Nicolas, now Tindal-Carill-W'orslet, of Piatt Hall,

II. Acton Gifford, B.A. King's Coll. Camb., and of Lincoln's
Inn, h. 11 Nov. 1849.

HI, Charles Harrison, B.A. and B.C.L., Magdalen Coll. Oic-
ford, and of Lincoln's Inn, b. 15 March. 1851.

I. Henrietta Diana, d. unm. 18 Dec. 1867.

II. Margaret Sabina, twin with her sister.
Mr. Acton Tindal d. 26 Oct. 1880.

Arms — Arg., a fesse dancettee gu., in chief a fleur-de-lis az.
between two crescents of the second, and in base a crescent of
the last between two fleurs-de-lis of the third. Onst—ln front
of five ostrich feathers arg., a fleur-de-lis az. between two-
crescents gu. Motto— 'Nos.ce teipsum.

Sea<— Piatt Hall, ilanchester.



TIPPING OF BOLTON.

GrARTSiDE-TipriXG, Hexry Thomas, Esq. of
QuaiT Wood, Isle of Wiglit and Eolton, co. Lan-
caster, Liput. 11. N., Lord of tlie Manor of Little-
Eolton, Lancashire, Z). June, 1848; m. Dec. 1890,
Marv Stuart, dau. of the late Capt. I'lvnn, E.A.,
and has issue,

I. Vernon Dan vers, b. 189U.
I. Phyllis, b. 1892.

Mr. H. T. Gartside-Tipping inherited Quarr Wood
from his uncle, the Rev. Vernon Tipping.

Liineagre. — The family of Tippino (anciently Typpynge)
had ils origin from a village or hamlet of the same name,
situate in the township of Clayton-le-Dale, co. Lancaster, and
distant about five miles from the tov/n of Blackburn. The
mansion-house, called Tipping Hall, appears to have been
possessed bya family bearing the local name certainly as early
as temp. Edward 111., but probably much earlier. The family
became divided into two branches about the commencement of
the 16th century, the elder of which was eventually dignified
with a baronetcy in the person of Sir Thomas Tipping, of
Wheatfield, co. Oxford. The younger Lancashire branch
settled at Preston, and afterwards removed to Manchester,
where they became possessed of good estates.

Uiciiard Tipping, an Alderman of Preston, co. Lancaster,
ti-iiip. Henry VII., is recorded as such on the corporation
rolls 1500. He w.as s. by (most probably his son),

Thomas Tipping, .\lderman and Mayor of Preston temp.
Henry VIIL, who m. and had issue, four sons, Robert,
whose descendants remained at Preston ; Richard, of whom
hereafter; Evan; and Thomas, living 34 Henry VIIL, a.d.,
1542. Thomas Tipping was Mayor of the guild of Preston 34
Henrt VIIL, when his four sons are recorded in the rolls as-
attending. His 2nd sou,



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EicHAKD Tipping, jjent. of Manchester, gave to his mansion-
house the name of Tipping Gates. He m. and liad issue, three
sons and four daus.,

I. John, his heir.

II. Samuel, of Manchester, niercliant, d. v./im., and was bur.
at the CoUeRiate Church 26 Nov. 1633.

in. Georpe, of Manchester, m. 7 Dec. 1591, Mary, dau. and
heir of Thomas Willott, Esq. of Manchester, by Kllen his
wife, dau. of Sir Edmund Trafford, Knt. of Trafford, co.
Lancaster, and dying J 629, left two daus., his co-heirs,
Mary, m. 1614, Peter Leigh, Esq. of The West Hull, High
Leigh, and Elizabeth, in. Kichard Haworth. Esq.

I. Elizabeth, d. young, and was bur. 8 July, IfiH.

II. Cicely, i/t. 10 June, 1589, Oswald .Moscley, Esq. of Garratt,
CO. Lancaster.

III. Ann, III. 1 Oct. 159-1, Thomas Puleston, merchant of
London.

IV. Isabel, m. 27 July, 1595, William Kendall, Gent, of
Manchester.

Richard Tipping d. 1592, and was .«. by his son,

John Tipping, gent, of Tipping Gates, Manchester, jii. 14
Oct. 1588, Isabel Goldsmith, of Manchester, and by her had
issue. He was bur. 16 July, 1592, and was s. by his son,

Kichaud Tipping, gent, of Tipping Gates, Manchester, m.
17 April, 1614, Alice Diggles, of Booth Hall, near Manchester,
and had issue. He d. 1621, being s. by his son and heir,

George Tipping, gent, of Tipping Gates, Manchester, and
of Checthani Hill, bapt. 27 Nov. 1618, who d. 1684, leaving by
Jane his wife, a son and heir,

Samuel Tipping, merchant, of Tipping Gates, Manchester,
and Cheethani Hill, bapt. 23 Dec. 1649, who ra. Constance,
dau. (it is believed) of Adam Byrom, Esq. of Kersal, co. Lan-
caster, and by her (who was bur. at the Collegiate Church 24
Oct. 1697) had issue. Samuel Tipping d. Feb. 1733, and was
s. by his son,

Thomas Tipping, Esq. of Cheethani Hill, 6. 25 March, 1690,
m. 3 Jan. 1716-17, Martha Taylor of Manchester, and by her
(who wasbur. at the Collegiate Church 24 Jan. 1751)had issue,
eleven sons and five daus, Martha, dau. and co-heir of John,
the 2nd son, m. Samuel Clowes, Esq. of Broughton Hall.
Thomas Tipping d. April, 1760, and was .■!. by his son,

TH0.MAS Tipping, Esq. of Cheetham Hill, b. 14 Nov. 1716;
m. 1st, 24 Sept, 1741, Esther, dau. of Joseph Bancroft, Esq.
of Manchester, and by her (who d. 5 Dec. 1770, aged 53) had
issue,

I. Joseph, his heir.

II. Thomas, of Ardwick, 6. 6 March, 1749 ; 7h. .A.nne, dau. of
John Whitacre, Esq. of Woodhouse, co. York, and d. 15
July, 1815, having had issue,

I William, d. s. p. 2 Joseph, d. s. p.

3 John, HI. the sister of Major-Gen. Sir G. Scobidl, K.C.B.,
and had i.ssue, two daus.

1 Esther. 2 Anne. 3 Eliza.

4 Sarah. 5 Harriett.
in. Samuel, h. 1752 ; d. July, 1770.

IV. Robert, a Gen. in the aimy, b. 1760; d. 1823.

I. Martha, bapt, 17 Jan. 1746 ; bur. 18 Nov. 1774, unm.

II. Mary, m. William Turner, Esq.

Thomas Tipping m. 2ndly, 1773, Katherine Mundy, of Mark-
eaton, co. Derby, widow of Eobert Ayrton, Esq., but by her
(who d. 24 Sept. 1784, aged 62) had no issue. He d. 12 July,
1783, and was s. by his son,

Joseph Tipping, Esq. of Cromsall Hall, co. Lancaster,
h. June, 1743: m. 4 Feb. 1768, Anne, dau. and heir of Robert
Gartside, Esq. of Little Bolton Manor, co. Lancaster, and by
her (who d. Aug. 1788, aged 42) left at his decease, G .Ian.
1800, three daus. (Anne, m. 1803, John Douglas, Esq. of Gryn
Castle, CO. Flint ; Alice; and Mary, m. John Hardman, Esq.)
and one surviving son,

Thomas Tipping, Esq., Lord of the 3Ianor of Bolton, co.
Lancaster, resident at Davenport Hall, co. Chester, b. 14
March, 1774 ; m. 14 March, 1810, Anna, eldest dau. of Eobert
Hibbert, Esq. of Birtles, co. Chester, and Chalfont Park,
Bucks, and by her (who d. Jan. 1863) had issue,

I. Gartside, of whom hereafter.

II. Vernon (Rev.), M.A. Rector of Lawton, co. Chester, 6. 31
Aug. 1813, late of Quarr Wood Lodge, Isle of Wight, d.
April, 1892.

III. Edward Joseph, of Davenport Hall, Congleton, co.
Chester, J. P., b. 5 May, 1815, d.

rv. Alfred, of Longparish House, Bucks, late Lieut. -Col.
Grenadier Guards, b. 2 May, 1817; m. 1861, Flora Louisa,
dau. of Rev. Nicholson Calvert, of Hunsdon, and has issue.

1 Isabel Flora Augusta, in. Peter Hawker, Esq. of Long-
parish House, Bucks.

2 Violet Cecil Mary. 3 Helen Augusta Essex.
V. Francis Gartside (Rev.), M.A. of SansawHall, Shrewsbury,

6. 5 Nov. 1820, J. P. forces. Denbigh and Flint ; m. 16 July,
1846, Marion, dau. of J. Logan, Esq. of Egham Lodge,
Surrey, and d. April, 1886 having iiad issue, I



1 Leonard Gartside, b. 1849.

2 .Vrthur Nembhard Gartside, d. 1860.

3 Vernon Gartside, Capt. Royal Scots, m. 1889, Annie, 3rd:
dau. of the late Mathew Dysart Hunter, Esq. of Anton'*
Hill and Medomsley.

4 Leicester Francis Gartside, R.N.

5 Ernest Alfred.
1 Maria.

Mr. Tipping d. 27 March, 1846, and was s. by his eldest son,

Gartside Gartside-Tipping, Esq. of Bolton, co. Lancaster,,
and Rossfery House, co. Fermanagh, J. P., 6. 3 Dec. 1810 ; m^
20 March, 1844, Jane Margaret, eldest dau. of Robert Fowler,.
Esq. of Rahinston, co. Meath, by Lady Jane Crichton his.
wife, sister of John, 3rd Earl Erne, and by her (who d. ].»
March, 1857) had issue,

I. Henry Thomas, now of Quarr Wood and Bolton.

II. Eobert Francis, now of Rossferry, Lieut. 1st Bengal
Cavalry, b. .\ug. 1852; m. 8 Oct. 18s5, Jane, dau. of James-
Henry Sclater, Esq. of Newick Park, Sussex, and has issue-
two daus., Margaret and Evelyn.

III. Cavendish Walter, Lieut. Indian Staff, 6. Feb. 1857; m.
Louisa, dau. of Col. Spaighr, and has issue, three daus.

I. Louisa Letitia Jane, /,(. Jan. 1869, John Arthur Pomcroy,
Esq., oldest son of the Hon. Arthur W. Pomeroy, and ha.s
issue.

II. Anna Selina, in. 30 Sept. 1875, James Stirling, Esq. of
Gardcne, N.B., and has issue.

in. Mildred Harriette, m. Sept. 1880, John Mervyn Carltoa
Richardson, Esq. of Rossfad.

IV. Alice Jlargaret.

Mr. Tipping rf. Nov. 1890, and was s. by his eldest son.

Arms — Arg., a bull's head erased sa., armed or, on a chief of
the second three plieons of the field. Crest— Xn antelope's
head erased vert, ducally gorged or.

Seat— Quarr Wood Lodge, Isle of Wight ; and Bolton, co.
Lancaster.



TISDALL OF CHARLESFORT.

TiSDALL, Charles Aethue, Esq. of Charles-
fort, CO. Meath, b. 22 April, 1875, s. 1S92.

liineag-e.— This is a branch of the ancient family of
Tisdall in England, which bore arms "Three plieons argent
on a shield sable." When, in the year 1679, Richard St.
George, Ulster King of Arms, ratified and confirmed the arms
to Michael Tisdall, of Mount Tisdall, and his brothers, he
added "a thistle or," for distinction, as is stated in thf
original certificate in Ulster's office. The first of the family
in Ireland was Michael Tisdall, who had a sister Catherine,
m. — FitzSymons. This Michael Tisdall was of Castle Blaney,
CO. Monaghan, he had by his wife Ann {net Singleton), seven
sons and two daus., viz.,

I. Michael, of whom presently.

II. James, J. P. who purchased Pawn, co. Louth, 16 July,
1690 ; M.P. for Atherdee 1695, 1703 and 1713. By Eleanor,
dau. of Mathew French, Esq., he was ancestor to ihe Tis-
dalls 0/ .Bcnrd, now represented by C. B. Marlay, Esq. of
Bawn, and Henry, present Duke of Rutland {see Burke's
Peerage).

III. Thomas, of Bawn, co. Louth, d. 1681-2, who had issue,

1 William, of Charles Street, Dublin, who, by Elizabeth
his wife, was father of the Rev. Thomas, M.A., Rector of
Atherdee, who m. Loetitia, dau. of Chichester Fortescue,
Esq. of Dromiskin.

2 Richard, Registrar of the Court of Chancery in Ireland,
M.P. for Dundalk 1707, and for co. Louth 1713 and 1715,
and who by Mary Boyle his wife, was father of the Right
Hon. Philip Tisdall, P.C, M.P., for Dublin University
1739, 1761, and 1768, Solicitor-General 1751 ; Attorney-
General 1760; PrincipalSecretary for Ireland, and Keeper
of the Privy Seal 1763. He m. Mary, 3rd dau. of the Rev.
Rowland Singleton, D.D., and niece and co-heir of the
Right Hon. llcnry Singleton, Lord Chief Justice of the
Common Pleas, and is now represented by Robert Stearne
Tighe, Esq. of Mitchelstown, co. Westmeath (see Tighe of
MitcheUiown).

IV. John, of Teltown, co. Meath (ancestor of the Tisdalls of
Teltoa-,1), d. 1693-4.

V. Richard, d. unm. 1683. vi. George.

VII. William, of Carrickfergus, 6. 1641 ; by Anna his wife, he
was father to Rev. William Tisdall, D.D., Rector of
Droineree, who m. Eleanor, dau. of Hugh Morgan, ICsq. of
Cottlestown, co. Sli^o, and was father to Rev. William Tis-
dall, B.A., Vicar of St. James', Dublin, who m. Lady Mary
Biabazon, dau. of Chambre, 6th Earl of Meath, and had
issue {see Burke's Peeraije, under title Mbath).

I. Catherine, m. Andrew Har^'ey, Esq.

II. A dau., m. Christopher Cauldwell, Esq. of Dublin.
The eldest son,

Michael Tisdall, of Mount Tisdall, purchased in 1668, the
manor of JIartry, co. Meath (wherein the mansion of L'harles-
fort stands). He was Secondary of the Court of King's Bench



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in Ireland, andJ.P. for co. Moath in 1G79. lie <ii. IS April,
16tJG, Anue, dau. of Kev. \Villi;>ni Harry. Uoctor of Killucan,
orotherof Sir James Uarry, Knt., 1st Lord Siuitry, Chief Jus-
tice of tire King's Bench in Ireland, and had issue,

I. William, of whom presently.

u. Michael, A. Ii571. I'arrister-at-T-aw, Military Advocate-
General and Commissioner for Appeals in Ireland; who had
issue, Michael, h. in Dublin 17-3.

I. Catherine, b. 1670; ))i. Charles Campbell, Esq.

II. Elizabeth, bapt. 'Jl Sept. Iu71.

The elder son,

William TisDALL, Esq. of Monnt Tisdall, h. Feb. 1668; is
supposed to hare d. in 1725. lie in. Frances, 3rd dau. of the
Hon. Kobert Fitzgerald and sister of Kobert, 19th Earl of
Kildare, and by her (who d. 26 Aug. 1719) had issue, i.
Michael, his heir; ii. George (Rev.), D.D., of Cork, bapt.
19 June, 1707, who m. Frances, dau. of Lieut. -Col. George
Canning, of. Garvagh, co. Londonderry (.<ee IJurke's Peerage,
Garvagh, B.), and had issue, Michael (Ven.), .\rchdeacon of
Eoss, Frances, and Letitia, wife of — Bayley, Esq. ; i. Cathe-
rine. Mr. Tisdall was s. by his elder son,

Michael Tisdall, Esq. of MountTisdall, M.P. for Atherdee
1713 and 1715, )/!. Catherine, dau. of the Right Hon. William
Palmer, Principal Secretary in Ireland, Secretary for War,
and Commissioner for Appeals, M.P. for Kildare 1695, and
for Castlebar 1703; and by her (who m. 2ndly, Rev. Edward
Hudson, D.D.), had issue, Charles, his heir; Michael;
Catherine, m. Ist, Arthur Hamilton Maxwell, Esq., and2ndly,
— Caultield, Esq. ; and Frances, m. Emanuel Bayley, Esq.
He d. 7 Dec. 1726 (his will, dated 25 Jan. 1724, was proved 18
Jan. 1727), and was s. by his son,

Charles Tisdall, Esq. of Mount Tisdall, 6. 29 Oct. 1719,
who built a new house on his manor of Martry, and called it
Charlesfort, which has since been the designation of the
family. He m. 19 Feb. 1754, Hester, dau. of Oliver Cramer,
Esq., 2nd son of Oliver Cramer, Esq. of Ballyfoyle, co. Kil-
kenny, by Hester his wife, dau. of Sir John Coghill, Knt.
LL.D., Master in Chancery, and left at his decease, 27 June,
1757, Michael, his heir, and Charles, b. 31 Oct. 1756, who m.
Maria, dau. of Edward Croker, Esq., and d. 1816, leaving an
only son, Charles of Dublin, who d. 28 July, 1834 ; he m. 1st,
Susanna, dau. of Harman FitzMaurice, Esq. of Spring Hill, co.
Carlow, she d. 1823, leaving an only son, Charles Edward
Tisdall, D.D., Chancellorof Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.
Charles Tisdall m. 2ndly, Anna, dau. of Capt. Lodge, of
Ballinahone, co. Armagh, and had a son, Richard. Charles
Tisdall m. 3rdly, Catherine Elizabeth, dau. of Major St. Clair,
and had, William St. Clair, of the Deanery, Auckland, New
Zealand; Gordon Charles Vernon; and Rosabella Catherine
Maria. The elder son,

Michael Tisdall, Esq. of Charlesfort, b. 2 Dec. 1755, served
as High Sheriff of Meath 1788. He m. 15 April, 1779, Juliana,
dau. and co-heir (with her sister Jane, m. George, 1st Lord
Headley) of Arthur Blennerhassett, Esq. of Ballyseedy, co.
Kerry, M.P. for Tialee 1743-60 (ue Blennerhassett of Balli/-
sef-'ii), and by her (who d. 24 Oct. 1789) had issue,

Charles Arthur, his heir.

James (Rev.), Rector of Ballinderry, b. 20 May, 1784; m.
Sarah Eyre, dau. of Thomas Jackson, Esq. of Tullydoey, co.
Tyrone, and d. Oct. 1847, leaving issue, 1 Thomas, d. unui.
1«71 : 2 James, d. unm. ; 3 Archibald, of Clontarf, b. 2 Oct.
1322, d. 1 April, 1885, having m. Alicia, dau. of Alexander
Hamilton, Esq., Q.C., by whom he had James Archiliald,
b. 1855, (/. 1862, Anne Catherine, ra. William Neville Ward,
Esq., and Juliana; 4Benjamin(Rev.), B.A., of Ballinderry ;
5 William Alexander, d. unm. ; 1 Juliana, d. v.nm.

Archibald, Rear-Admiral R.N. , 6. 5 Sept. 1786; d. vnm. 28
April, 1654. Served in the action off St. Domingo 1806, and
in the reduction of Java 1811, as A.D.C. to Gen. Gillespie.

Juliana, m. 29 Jan. 1799, Alexander Hamilton, Esq. of New-
town Hamilton, co. Armagh, Q.C. (son of Hugh, Lord
Bishop of Ossory), and d. 1840.

Catherine, m. 16 March, 1807, Rev. Francis Gervais, of Cecil,
CO. Tyrone (see tlMtjamUy).

Mr. Tisdall d. 9 March, 1794, and was s. by his son,

Charles Arthur Tisdall, Esq. of Charlesfort, High Sheriff
1811, 6. 7 Nov. 1782; m. 30 March, 1807, Elizabeth, dau. of
John Vernon, Esq. of Clontarf, co. Dublin, 4th in descent from
John Vernon, Esq. of Clontarf, 3rd son of Sir Edward Vernon,
Knt. of Houndshill and Sudbury, ancestor to Lord Vernon, of
Sudbury (see Verxon of Clontarf Castle), and had issue,

John, late of Charlesfort.

AVihiam, of Balbray, J. P., Treasurer of Meath, b. 1817 ; m.
Frances, dau. of Rev. George O'Connor, and has had issue,
1 George, J. P., Ban-ister-atLaw, b. 12 March, 1860, m. 1887,
Margaret Stedman, 3rd dau. of Andrew Armstrong, Esq.,
J. P. of Kylenraore House, co. Galway, and has issue, a dau.
Winifred ; 2 Kichard John, 6. 1862, d. %mm ; 1 Frances



Elizabeth; 2 Elizabeth Martha; 3 Isabella Charlotte; 4
Henrietta; 5 Georgina Florence.

Archibald, Major-Gen., commanded Royal Sussex Kegt., and
Brigade Depot, Aberdeen, b. 31 Aug. 1822; m. I Jan. 1856,
Anna Claire, eldest dau. of Major Henry Walter Bellew,
Bengal Army (see Burke's Extinct Peerage, Bellew, Baron
of Dulcek), granted a reward for distinguished and
meritorious services 1880, he has issue, Archibald Walter
Bellew, M.A., LL.B., b. 15 Aug. 1858; Arthur Lance, Capt.
U.A., b. 25 Nov. 1860 : Ismay Frances, m. Rev. John
Anderson Brown, M. A., of Beawar, Rajputana, son of G.
Brown, Esq. of Galashiels, N.B. ; Anna Claire, to. William
Wilfrid Webb, M.B., Surgeon-Capt. Bengal Army (see Webb
of Odstoch) ; Sarah Sophia, «i. William Stewart Harrison,
Esq.

James, b. 1826; d. unm. 9 June, 1879.

Juliana, m. 22 March, 1838, James Noble Waller, Esq. of
Allenstown, co. Meath (nfe Ihut famili/), and d. 1847.

Henrietta, m. 1835, Richard Chaioner,'Esq. of Kingsfort, co.
]Meath(s.e Hukke's Peeraye, Enniskillen, E.). She d. 22
Nov. 1890.

Elizabeth, d. unm. Maria, d. unm.

Frances, m. Alexander Montgomery, Esq. of Kilmur, co.
Meath, who d. 1863, leaving a son, Alexander Shirley Mont-
gomery, of Kilmur, J. P., High Sheriff 1886, b. 1816; d.
unm. 17 March, 1887.
Mr. Tisdall d. 22 July, 1835, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Tisdall, Esq. of Charlesfort, co. Meath, J. P. and D.L.,
6. 23 July, 1S15; m. 3 Oct. 1837, Isabella, dau. of the late
Hon. George Knox, D.C.L., by Harriet his 2nd wife, dau. of
Thomas Fort-escue, Esq. (see Burke's Peerage, under the title
of Ranfurly), and had issue,

I. Charles Arthur, Capt. 18th Hussars, 6. 28 June, 1838;
d. unm. 22 Jan. I8G9.

II. John Knox, Capt. R.E., b. 10 June, 1839; m. 23 April,
1874, Jane Elizabeth, only dau. of Mr. Robert Adams, and
d. 16 July, 1885, leaving issue, 1 Charles Arthur, now of
Charlesfort; 2 William George Robert, 6. 18 Dec. 1876; 1
Kathleen Isabel ; 2 Elizabeth Violet ; 3 Mary.

III. George William, Lieut. R.E., b. 9 Oct. 1844; d. unm. at
Missourie 7 June, 1872.

IV. Henry Chichester, J. P., b. 21 Jan. 1849 ; ra. 14 June,
1874, Isabella Frances, eldest dau. of John E. Vernon, Esq.
of Erne Hill, co. Cavan (see Vernon of Clontarf Castle).

V. Vernon Archibald, Commander R.N., 6. 2 Sept. 1850.

VI. Richard Louis, 6. 13 April, l.s55.

VII. Arthur James, b. 15 June, 1856.

VIII. Alfred Oliver (Rev.), M.A. Oxon, Vicar of Highbridge,
Somerset, b. 7 July, 18.'i9 ; to. 13 Jan. 1887, Evelyn Susan,
4th dau. of Rev. Arthur John Erapson, M.A., Rector of Ey-
don, CO. Northampton, and has issue, Michael Henry, b. 15
Slarch, 188S ; John Denis, 6. 10 June, 1889; Walter Brian,
b '22 Sept. 1890.

I. Harriet Elizabeth, m. 17 April, 1873, Rev. A. H. Cole-
Hamilton, Rector of Scaldwell, co. Northampton, who d.
Dec. ISS9 (see Burke's Peerage, Enniskillen, E.).

II. Isabella Maria, m. 7 Dec. 187S, Arthur R. Nugent, Esq.
(see Nugent of Portaferry).

III. Anne Charlotte.

Jlr. Tisdall s. his father 22 July, 1845, served as High Sheriff
1841, and d. 7 March, 1892, and was s. by his grandson.

Arms — Sa., a thistle or, between three pheons arg., quar-
tering Blennerhassett. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, an
armed hand erect arg., charged with a pellet and holding an
arrow ppr. Motto — Tutantur tela coronam.

Seat — Charleslort, Kells, co. Meath.



TODD OF TRANBY PARK AND
HALNABY.

"Wilson-Todd, William Henkt, Esq. of Hal-
naby Hall and Tranby Tark, co. York, J.P. North
Riding, late Capt. 39th Regt., M.P. for Howden-
shire, E. R. Yorksliire, h. 17 April, 1828; m. 17
July, 1855, Jane Marian Rutherford, only child
and heir of John Todd, Esq. of Haluaby Hall
and Tranby Park, J. P., and has issue,
I. William Pierrepont, late Capt. 4th Hussars, 6. 3 May,
1837, TO. 1887, Catherine Crawford, dau. of the late James
Russel, Esq. of Blackbraes, co, Stirling, and has
issue,'
James Henet, 6. 1891.

I. Elizabeth Jane.

II. Ailcen Frances Mary, m. I June, 1889, Capt. James
Stevenson Twysden, R.N., and has issue, Aileen Elizabeth,
6. 4 Dec. 1891 (See Burke's Peerage, Twysden, Bart.).

III. Evelyn F'ridzueda.

IV. Margaret Annie.

This gentleman, 3rd son of Joshua Wilson, Esq. of
Roseville, co. Wexford, a Col. iu the army, by



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Frances Maria his wife, duu. of John Eobinson,*
Esq., Treasurer of New Brunswick, assumed by
royal licence, 14 Aiig. 1855, the additional surname
and arms of Todd.

liineagre. — This family derives from Thomas Todd,
settled at Swanl.and, near Hull, iemxi. James I., who was sum-
moned as a jurat in a cause, Elleker v. Bacon, teinp. Chables
I., 1G4'2, and was named in an inquisition held on the death of
Sir Ralph Elleker, Knt.

Thomas Todd, Ksq. of Swanland, son of Robert Todd, m.
Elizabeth AVatson, and left th



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