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Philip Moyse, Esq. of
Canons in Banstead, and niece of the Lord Herrey of Eosse,
by wheiii he had several children.

II. Edward, of whom presently.
Mr. Lambert d. 1555. His 2nd son,

Edward Lambert, of Perrott's Manor, gent., held the post
of " Yeoman-de-la-Lesh" to King James I.; m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Edward Greene, of London, and d. 1G66, leaving issue,
Nicholas, son and heir, d. unm. 1693; John and Edward,
citizens of London ; Robert ; and Daniel, who inherited
Perrott's Manor from his brother Nicholas ; and several daus.
The youngest son,

Daniel Lambert, of Perrott's, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rev.
Thomas Emmes, Rector of East Tisted, Hants, by his wife
Judith, dau. of Nicholas Lambert, of Chipstead {vide sup.), and
cousin to Sir Edward Byshe, Clarenceux King at Arms. He
d. 1721, leaving issue,

I. Thomas, of Perrott's, sold his estates to his brother. Sir
Daniel. He was one of the commissioners appointed for the
imposition of the War Tax; m. Mary, dau. of JohnBignall
of Dorking.

II. Edward, of London, merchant, 6. 1681; m. Anne, dau.
and co-heir of John Wilmot of Banstead, Esq., and d. 1711,
leaving a dau. EUzabeth, m. her cousin, Daniel Lambert,

III. Daniel (Sir), Knt., Lord Mayor of London, 1741, and
M.P. for the City in three Parliaments ; ))i. Mary, dau. and
co-heir of John Wilmot, Esq., and d. s. p.

IV. Nicholas, or whom presently.

V. John, of Banstead, d. unm.

His 4th son,

Nicholas Lambert, a merchant to London, b. 1687; m.
Elizabeth, dau. of John Carpenter, gent., by whom he had a

Daniel Lambert, 6. 1713; heir of his uncle. Sir Daniel;
m. his cousin, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Edward Lambert,
by whom he had a son,

Daniel Lambert, Esq. of Banstead, 5. 1741 ; m. 1769, Mary,
(6. 1742 ; d. 1822), dau. of John Simpson, gent, of Stratford,
CO. Essex, and d. 9 Jan. 1821, leaving issue, two sons,

I. Daniel, of whom presently.

II. John, m. and had issue,

1 Thomas, d. unm. 1856.

2 John, of Garratts Hall, Surrey, J.P. m. Harriet, dau. of
Hay Cooper, Esq., and left among other issue, John
Wilmot, late Lieut. Rifle Brigade, m. Charlotte, dau. of
the late Francis Vere Hopegood, Esq. of Hadleigh House,
Middlesex, and d. Aug. I«b4, s. p.

1 Emma, vi. Admiral Sir Sydney Colpoys Dacres, G.C.B.,
and has issue. I Sydney Lambert, m. 1883, Helen, dau.
of William Law, Esq., and has issue ; 2 Leonard, Com-
mander R.N., rf. 15 Nov. 1869; 3 Seymour Henry Pel-
ham, Capt. R.N., TO. 17 July. 1883, Ethel Christiana,
eldest dau. of Frederick Lambert, Esq. of Garratts Hall;
4 Richard Edmund Lyons, Lieut. E.A., d. in Afghanistan
1879; 5 Charles Eden; 1 Mary Katharine; 2 Minna
Winifred, m. Is83, Vice-Admiral J. 0. Hopkins, B.N,.,
A.D.C. to the Queen, and has issue.

2 Henrietta.

3 Anne, m. James Chisholm-Gooden-Chisholm, Esq., and
has issue.

The elder son,

Daniel Lambert, Esq. of Banstead, 6. 1776 ; m. 1811,
Christiana Fox, dau. of William Taylor, Esq. of Booking, Essex,
and d. 1857, having by her (who d. 1856) had issue,

I. Daniel, 6. 3 Oct. 1813 ; educated at Cambridge, called to
the Bar, Nov. 1838 ; d. 1858.

II. Benjamin, of Well House, Banstead, to. Margaret, dau.
of Thomas Tomlins, Esq. and d. 1889, leaving issue, Daniel
Henry; Edward Wilmot ; Margaret; and Ada.





m. HenryThomsJ, J. P.of Sandhills, Blechingley, and Queen's
Gate, S.'W., m. 3 May, 1S66, Georgiana Emily, dau. of Rev.
Sir Thomas Miller, Bart., of Froyle, Hants; and d. 1879,
leaving issue, 1 Henry Miller, of H.M.'s Colonial Office, m.
1891, Aileen, dau. of John Kaynor Arthur, Esq. (6th son of
Right Hon. Sir George Arthur, Bart.), and Hon. Aileen,
sister of Thomas, present Lord Monieagle ; and 2 Dvedale
Alfred, Lieut. Middlesex Yeo. Cav.

IV. William, m. Maria, dau. of F. Bennet, Esq., has issue,
Charles; Frances; Ada, and J. 1891.

V. Alfred, <i. !. p. 1888.

VI. Edward Wilmot, d. young.

VII. Thomas Nicholas, d. young.

vui. Fkedebick, now of Garratts Hall.

I. Christiana, »i. Frederick Gicsler, of the Chateau de
Falkenlust, near Brtihl, and by him (who d. 1869) had issue,

1 Frederick Theodor, of Bender Kloster, near Briihl, m.
Elizabetn, dau. of Freiherr Ton Eicken, and has issue; 2
Edward, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Herr Gallenkaiiip, and has
issue ; 1 Eliza Christiana, m. Count Morner, late Lieut, in
the Swedish Army, of Roisdorf, near Bonn, and has issue ;

2 Jane Alicia Louisa, m. Herr Troost, and d. leaving
issue; 3 Mary, m. 1st, Capt. Charles Eltester, of the
German Ara y, 2ndly, Herr Lohnstcin, 3rdly, Baron von
Dobeneck, and has issue ; 4 Sophia, m. Frederic Terond, of

II. Anna Sophia, d. 18S0, xinm.

in. Catherine, m. 1857, Rev. Thomas Edmund Heygate, of
Porters Grange, Essex, Vicar of Sheen, co. Stafford, and
Rural Dean.

Arms — Gu. three narcissus flowers arg. with a canton or, for
difference (added 1717). Crest — On a wreath of the colours a
mount vert, and thereon a centaur pass, regardant, human
part ppr. hind part ermine, girt with laurel wreath, and hold-
ing bow and arrow gu.

Seat — Garratts Hall, Banstead, co. Surrey.


Lamont, Johk Heney, Esq. of Lament, co.
Argyll, J.P. and D.L., and Commissioner of Supply
for CO. Argyll, Major 9th Lancers, I. 10 March,

Liineagre. — The family of Lamont of Lamont dates from
the eleventh century. Interesting details are given of them
in Skene's Hiyhland Clans. The grandfather of the late
representative of this long-descended line,

John Lamont, Esq. of Lamont, m. 1773, Helen, dau. of D.
Campbell, of South Hall, and by her (who d. 1840) had a son,

Majob-Gen. John Lamont, of Lamont, m. 1805, Rebecca,
dau. of George Hobbs, Esq. of Barnaboy, Ireland, and d. iSZl,
having had issue,

Aechibald James, of Lamont.

Amelia Helen, m. James G. Davidson, Esq., and d. 1840.

Augusta Charlotte Maiilda, d. 1830. Georgina, d. 1847.
The son and heir,

Aechibald James Lamont, Esq. of Lamont, J. P. and D.L.,
formerly an oflBcer in the army, b. 1818; m. 1st, Sept. 1839,
Adelaide, dau. of James Hewitt Massy Dawson, Esq. of Bally-
nacourte, co. Tipperary, only son of the Hon. James Massy
Dawson, 2nd son of the 1st Lord Massy, and by her (who d. 24
.Fnne, 1841) had an only child, Adelaide Augusta. He m.
2ndly, March, 1844, Harriet, dau. of Col. Alexander Campbell,
of Fossil, and d. 5 May, 1862, having had issue,

John Henbt, now of Lamont.

Celestine Norman, Lieut.-Col. Comm. Argyll and Bute
Artillery Militia, 6. 1851 ; m. 19 April, 1882, Margaret
Huison, dau. of liev. J. C. Russell, D.D., and d. s. p. Feb.


Amelia Georgina Adelaide, m. 15 Dec. 1874, Ber. Kowland
Taylor Plummer. and d. s. p. 15 March, 1884.

Marion Alice, m. June, 1879, Wm. Thomas Charlewood, son
of Vice-Admiral E. Charlewood, and has issue.

Amis— Az., a lion rampant arg. within a bordure of the
second. Crest — An open hand couped ppr. Motto— Ha parcas
nee spernas.

Stat — Lamont, near Greenock, N.B.


Lamoxt, James, Esq. of Knockdow, co. Argyll,
D.L. and J.P. for Bute and Argyll, and M.P. for
Buteshire 1865 to 1868, F.G.S., E.R.G-.S., b. 1828;
s. his father 1861 ; m. 10 March, 1868, Adelaide
Eliza, elder dau. of Sir George William Denys,
Bart, of Draycott, York, and has issue,

I. Norman, 6. 18G9. ii. Alexander, 6. IST?. I

1. Augusta. •

Mr. Lamont, -nho was educated at Kugby, is only
son of Alex. Lamont, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of
Knockdow (son of James Lamont, of Knockdow),
and Jane his wife, dau. of Alexander Chrystie, Esq.
of Balchrystie, Fife. J

Arms — Az., a lion rampant arg. Crest — A naked hand couped \

holding a dagger erect ppr. Motto — Ne parcas neo spernas.
Seat — Knockdow, Toward, co. Argyll.
Toicn Hesidence—i, Queen Street, Mayfair, W.


Landor, Walter Savage, Esq. of Tpsley Court,
CO. Warwick, and Llanthony, co. Monmouth, &,
1822 ; s. his brother 1883.

liineagre. — In the time of Charles I., John Launder, of
Bugeley, was Capt. in the Royal Army: and William
and Mart, Walter Landoe, Esq. of Rugeley, served as Highp
Sheriff for co. Stafford.

Walter Landor, Esq. of Ipsley Court, co. Warwick (son
and successor of Robert Landor, Esq. of Rugeley, by Mary
his wife, dau. and co-heir of Walter Noble, Esq. of Longdon,
and grandson of Robert Landor, Esq. of Rugeley, 6. 6 June,
1680, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of the Rev. Joha
Taylor), m. 1st, May, 1760, Mary, only child of Richard Wright,
Esq. of Warwick, and had by heran only dau. Maria, who m. her
cousin, Humphrey Arden, Esq. He m. 2ndly, 1774, Elizabeth,
eldest dau. and co-heir of Charles Savage, Esq. of Tachbrook,
CO. Warwick, and had by her, with tliree daus., who d. unm.,
four sons,

Walter Savage, his heir.

Charles Savage, b. 7 May, 1777, Rector of Stafford;
m. Jan. 1812, Catherine, only chi'd of Joseph Willson, Esq.
of Marston Montgomery, co- Derby, and d. July, 1849,
leaving one son, Charles Willson, M.A., Vicar of Lindridge,
Tenbury, co. Worcesti-r, formerly Rector of Whitacre ; and
three daus., of whom the eldest, Elizabeth Sophia, is now of
Tachbrook and Whitnash, co. Warwick.
Henry Eyres, of Tachbrook, near Leamington, Lord of the-
Manor of Whitnash, 6. Jan. 1780; d. s p. 1866.
Robert Eyres, 51. A., b. May, 1781, Rector and Patron of Bir-
lingham, Pershore, co. Worcester.
Mr. Landor d. Nov. 1805, and was s. by his son,

Walter Savage Landor, Esq. of Ipsley, 6. 30 Jan. 1775,
educated at Rugby and Tiin. Coll. Oxford : m. May, 1811,
Julia, dau. of Jean Thallier, Baron Neuveville, of Bath, a lady
of Swiss extraction, and by her (who tt. 17 April, 1879, aged 85),
had issue,
Arnold Savage, his heir,

Waltbh Savage, now of Ipsley Court. Charles Savftge.
Julia Elizabeth Savage.

Walter Savage Landor was a distinguished poet, and is
known as the author of Imayinary Conversations of literary-
Men and Statesmen, and several other productions. He was
formerly a Col. in the Spanish army, and resided chiefly in
Italy. He d. 1865, and was s. by his eldest son,

Arnold Savage I^andor, Esq. of Ipsley Court, co. War-
wick and Llanthony, co. Monmouth, b. 1818, d. unm. 1883,
and was s. by his brother, Walter Savage Landob, Esq., now
of Ipsley Court and Llanthony,

Arms — Arg., two bends gu. each surmounted with a bendlet
dancettee or. Crest — A dexter arm gu. banded with two cot-
tises or, holJing ia the hand a fleur-de-lis urg.

Seats — Ipsley Court, Itedditeh, co. Warwick, and Llanthony
Abbey, Abergavenny, co. Monmouth.

Lane, John Henry Hervey- Vincent, Esq. of
King's Bromley Manor, co. Stafford, J. P., 1st
K. O. Stafford Mil. b. 30 Oct. 1867.

Lineag-e. — The ancient family of Lane came into Eng-
land, according to Hollinshed, with the Conqueror.

SiE Reginald de Lone, grandfather of Adam de Lona, oS
West Hampton, co. Stafford, whose grandson, Richard de la
Lone, 9 Edward II., living at Hampton, was direct ancestor of

John Lane, Esq. of Bentley, m. Margaret, dau. and heir of
Thomas Partrich, of King's Bromley, and dying 19Euzabeth,
was s. by his son,

Thomas LiNE, Esq. of Bentley and Hyde, m. Catherine,
dau. of Richard Treutham, Esq. of Rochester, and aunt of





Elizabeth de Vere, Countess of Oxford, and had issue, John,
his successor ; Thomas ; Ilithard, of Kearns, co. Jlonmouth ;
and Cassandra, in. Thomas Littleton, 3rd son of Sir Kdward
Littleton, of Pillaton. He d. 31 Elizabeth, and was s. by his
eldest son,

John Lane, Esq. of Bentley and Hyde, m. Jane, dau. of Sir
Edward Littleton, of Pillaton, and had issue, Thomas, his
successor; and Alice, m. Alexander Wightwick, Esq. He d.
8 James I., and was s. by his son,

Thomas Lane, Esq. of Bentley and Hyde, who assisted in
the preservation of King Charles II. after the battle of
Worcester, and sufTered severely for his attachment to the
royal cause. He in. Anne, eldest dau. of Walter Bagot, Esq.
of Blithfield, co. Stafford, and sister of Sir Ilervey Basot, Bart.,
and had several cliildren, i. John, his successor; ii. William,
of Sheiton, from wliom the Irish family sprang ; in. Kichard,
a groom of the bedchamber; i. Jane, celebrated for her heroic
conduct in saving the life of King Charles II. after the
battle of Worcester, in. subsequently, Sir Clement Fisher, of
Packington, co. Warwick, Bart. ; u. Withy, m. — Petre, Esq. ;
III. Anne, m. Edward Birch, Esq. of Leacroft ; iv. Mary, in.
Edward, son of Sir Oliver Nicholas (cupbearerto James I., and
Carver to King Charles I.). Mr. Lane d. 1660, and was s. by
his eldest son.

Col. John Lane, who was so instrumental in saving King
Charlbs II. after the battle of Worcester, and received His
Majesty at his seat at Bentley, from which place he was con-
veyed in disguise by Miss Lane, to Mrs. Norton's, at Abbot's
Leigh, near Bristol. For these signal services the family was
dignified with an especial badge of honour, viz., the Arms of
England in a canton, in augmentation of its paternal coat, and
a crest, a strawberry roan horse, bearing between his forelegs
the royal crown. There is a tradition that Col. Lane was like-
wise offered a peerage, but declined it. He m. Athaliah Anson,
and had, with other issue. Sir Thomas, his successor : Lettice,
who d. 23 Nov. 1709; Frances, m. WiUiam OfHey, of Madeley
Manor, co. Stafford; Mary, m. Sir Humphrey Jervis, Lord
Mayor of Dublin. Col. Lane d. 1667, and was s. by his
eldest son.

Sir Tuomas Lane, Knt. of Bentley, m. Abigail, Lady
Williams, widow of Sir Henry Williams, Bart, of Gwernevet,
and dau. of Samuel Wightwick, Prothonotary of the King's
Bench; and dying 'lb Jan. 1715, was s. by his only surviving

John Lane, Esq. of Bentley, 6. 12 Dec. 1069; m. 30 April,
1702, Mary, dau. and co-heir (with her sister, Sybill, wife
of the Rev. Dr. Birch), of Humf rey Wy rley , Esq. of Hampstead,
CO. Stafford, by Mary his wife, eldest dau., and in her issue,
co-heir (with her sister Jane, in. William de Zulstein, Earl of
Kochford) of Sir Henry Wroth, Knt of Durance, co. Middle-
sex, and had issue. Mr. Lane d. 25 Oct. 1748, and was s. by his

Thomas Lane, Esq. of Bentley, 6. 28 April, 1703; m. 1st,
Miss Anne Austen, and had, John, his successor ; Thomas, d.
j'oung; Mary, m. John Taylor, Esq. of Walsall; Ann, d. young;
Elizabeth Sybilla, m. Koger Holmes, Esq. Mr. Lane in. 2ndly,
Anne Sayer, and by her had, Thomas (liev.). Rector of Hands-
worth, ni. 1779, Esther Barbara, dau. of Sir Thomas Birch,
Judge of the Common Pleas; Charles, d. young ; William, of
Lanesville, Col. in the Army, and for some time Governor of
St. Helena, m. 1787, Margaret, dau. of John Camac, Esq.
of Lurgan, CO. Armagh, and sisterofCol.Jacob Camac, E.I.C.S.,
of Greenmount Lodge, co. Louth, and by her bad issue ;
Edward, d. 1784 ; Jane, in. John Freer, of Birmingham ; Anne,
';«. 1776, George Birch, Esq. of Harborne and Hampstead, co.
Stafford. Mr. Lane d. 1775, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Lane, Esq., 6. 1723; m. 1750, Sarah, dau. and co-
heir of Richard Fowler, Esq. of Pendeford, co. Stafford (see
I'OWLER of fendej'ord), and had issue,

I. John, his successor.

II. Thomas, of Leyton Grange, Essex, b. 30 Sept. 1754; m.
4 Sept. 1784, Barbara, dau. of Thomas Fowler, Esq. of
Pendeford, by whom he had issue.

1 Thomas Gold mith Fowler, b. 5 Nov. 1786: m. Rebecca,
relict of Capt. Napier; and d. 10 April, 1819, s. p.

2 John, b. 6 June, 1788; s. his father at Leyton Grange,
Essex ; m. 1st, 19 Aug. 1817, Jane, 2nd dau. of the Rev.
John Williams, M.A., Vicar of Marston Magna, Somerset,
and Prebendary of Wells, and by her (who d. 7 July,
1818) had issue, a dau.,

Mary Jane, to. 12 June, 1839 John Salt, Esq., who d. 12

Jan. 1865.
He m. 2ndly, 17 Jan. 1825, Elizabeth, only surviving dau.
and heir of William Carter, Esq. and d. 10 Jan. 185'2,
leaving by her (.who d. 17 June, 1852) further issue.

1 Newton John, of Elmhurst Hall, co. Stafford, 6. 25

Nov. 1828 ; m. 26 Oct. 1854. Maryanne Emily, onlv dau.
of Henry Martin Blair, Esq., and d. 5 Feb. 186 J, u'avin<»
issue, °

I. Arthur Lister Newton, 6. 28 Sept. 1858 ; d. IS June

I. Minnie Florence Newton, m. 12 July, 1874, Cecil
Mark Fulford, Esq., son of Major William Fulford,
K.A. (see Fulford of Fulford) ; he d. » May, 1881.

II. Menina Mary Newton, d. 20 Aug. 1861.

II. William Goldsmith Lister, 6. 7 Dec. 1835.

III. Charles Leveson, b. 21 March, 1839, late Cornet
Royal Dragoons and Lieut. Royal Fusiliers; in. 29'
May, 1860, Fanny Henrietta Katherine, dau. of Henry
Manning, Esq., and has had issue,

I. Charles Chester Leveson, b. 22 Jan. 1862.

II. Francis Lister Leveson, b. 1 May, d. 9 May, 1865.

III. Guy Rupert Leveson, b. 23 Sept. 1866.

IV. Artnur Leveson, b. 1 May, d. 12 May, 1869.

V. Harry Thomas Fentoa Leveson, 6. 16 Aug. 1871.

I. Evelyn Lucy Leveson, ia. 13 Oct. 1879, to Carl
Frederick Westergaard, Esq. of Arendal, Norway.

IV. Harry Thomas Fowler, b. 3 July, 1842; d. 2 April,

I. Mary, m. 9 Jan. 1850, William Fowler Mountford
Copeland, Esq., son of William Taylor Copeland, Esq.,

II. Adelaide Lucy, d. 21 July, 1831.
1(1. Florence, d. 31 Dec. 1851.

IV. Ada Barbara, in. 10 June, 1801, Arthur Davies Ber-
rington, Esq. of Panty-Goitre, co. Monmouth.

V. Amelia Sarah Lucy, in. Isc, 4 April, ls61, George,
eldest son of William Temple, Esq. of Bishopstow, co.
Wilts, who d. 16 Dec. 1808 (see Temple oj Bishopstow),
and 2ndly, 4 Jan. ls?2. Rev. Aylmer Anthony Astley,
Rector ot Everley, co. Wilts, son of Sir Francis Dugdale
Astley, Bart, of Everley.

VI. Alice Julia, in. 3 Sept. 1864, Capt. George NichoU
James Bradford, son of Col. Bradford, of Rickmans-
worth, CO. Hants.

3 Charles, 6. 2 Feb. 1793, of Queen's Coll. Oxford, M.A.
(1817), Rector (pf Wrotham, Rural Dean of Shoreham, co.
Kent, and Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, ifeo. ; m.
1 July, 1816, Frances Catheiine (whocZ. 26 Oct. I875i, 2nd
dau. of the Right Rev. Daniel Sandford, D.D., Bishop of
Edinburgh (see Sandford of Sandford), and d. 26 March,
1879, having had issue,

I. Thomas Sandford, 6. 28 Sept. 1818; d. 10 July, 1830.

II. Charles Edward, b. 23 July, 1820; d. 20 Aug. 1822.

III. l\ichard Douglas Hay, late Capt. 17th Lancers, b. S>
Dec. 1823; m. 1st, 30 April, 1851. Elizabeth Middleton,
dau. and heir of Thomas Ward, Esq. of Hea h House,
Middlesex, and by her (who d. 12 Feb. 1874) has issue,

Reginald Charles Douglas, 6. 6 April, 1852; in. 17
June, 18?5. Lucy Sadler Gardner, eldest dau. of Rev.
Augustus Pyne, Vicar of Horning, co. Norfolk.

Beaulort Cosmo Douglas, b. 5 July, 1854.

Cecil Thomas Kdward Douglas, b. 29 Nov. 1856.

Charles Robert Midaleton Douglas, b. 2 Feb. 1864.

Blanche Elizabeth Lydston Douglas.
He in. 2ndly, 5 May, 1875, Genette Anne {d. 30 Sept.
1876), 5th dau. of George Adshead, Esq., J. P., and
widow of Robert Moon, Esq., and has by her a dau.,

Frances Catherine Genette.

IV. Charles Henry, b. 16 Jan. 1829 ; d. 29 May, 1832.

V. Thomas Bruce, H.E.I.C. Civil Service, Bengal Presi-
dency, 6. 29 April, 1831; in. 20 July, 1853, Adelaide
Fanny Spring, 4th dau. of William Hallows iielli, Esq.
of the H.E.I.C. Civil Service, and has issue,

1 Cecil Bruce, 6. 11 Dec. 1857.

2 Arthur Bruce, b. 3 Dec. 1858.

3 Frederick Charles Bruce, 6. 5 Jan. 1860.

4 Ernest Henry Bruce, b. 19 Oct. 1861.

5 Herbert Edward Bruce, b. 29 Sept. 1862.
1 Eva Frances Bruce, d. 30 Dec. Is56.

VI. Henry Murray, Chester Herald, and Registrar of
H M. Coll. of Arms, 6. 3 March, 1833; m. 1st, 9 Oct.
1862, Mary Isabella, eldest dau. of Richard Fiennes
Wykeham Martin, 2nd son of Fiennes Wy^elmm
Maitin, Esq. of Leeds Castle, Kent (who d. 29 M; ro i,
1881), and has,

Gerald Stratford Murray, b. 6 Dec. 1863.

He m. 2ndly, 16 F'eb. 1885, Amelia Elizabeth, eldest
dau. of liev. Augustus Asgill Colville, Rector of Liver-
mere, Suffolk.

VH. F'rancis Charles de Lona (Rev.), 6. 21 June, 1834,
.M.A., Rector of Whissonsett cum Horningtolt, co.
Norfolk ; m. 12 Nov. 1879, Mary Anne, widow of Tliomas
Bracewel], Esq.

I. Jane, m. 24 Aug. 1843, General Sir Edward Charles
Warde, K.C.B., who d. 11 June, 1884 (see Warde of

II. Eleanor Sarah, m. 22 June, 1854, John Bourryau
Broadley, Esq. of Kirk Ella, co. Yorlt, late Capt. lith
Lancers, who d. s. p. 29 June, 1867.





III. Frances Lennox Hencage, ;». 23 Xov. IS'iS, Arthur
Vomligaid Davies Berrinston, Esq., only survivina; son
and heir of J. Davies Berrington, Esq. of Woodland
Castle. CO. Glamorgan. She d. 27 May, ls.'39.

IV. Louisa Anne. v. Alice IlowleyJ d. 1 Jan. 1850.
VI. Blanche Emma, d. 23 Sept. 1860.

4 Kiohard, 6. 2 Oct. 1794; m. 24 April, 1827, Sarah Pink.
Srd dau. of George Thomas Tracy, Esq. of Liskeard, CO.
Cornwall, and d. 27 Jan. 1870, leaving issue,

1 Richard Stuart, 6. 14 July, lS-'9; m. 31 Any. 1852,
Eiiiilv Eliza, eldest dau. of Samuel Levcson, Esq.

2 Charles Stuart, Major-Gen. B.S.C., 6. 9 Feb. 1831; m.
23 Sept. lSo2, Anne Josei hine, Srd dau. of the Rev.
Kichard Bethnell Boyes, and has issue,

I. Charles Stuart, b. 28 Nov. 1863.

II. Henry Arthur, Lieut. Ind. Staff Corps, late 3 D.G.
b. 6 Oct. 18G8.

in. Frederick Cecil, 2nd Lieut, R.A., ;>.30 April, 1871.

I. Lily Alice, m. 26 March, 1873, George Robert
Jauies Shakespeare, Capt. in the army, and has i.ssue,
three daus.

II. Annie, m. 24 Nov. 1875, Robert Mitford, late Lieut.
73rd Kegt. (sfc Mitford of Mitford Castle), and has
two sons and a dau.

III. Emily Marion, m. 6 Nov. 1877, Sholto E. Pem-
berton, Capt. R.A.

IV. Florence, m. 26 Sept. 1878, Lieut. -Col. Leonard W.
Christopher, B.S.C., .son of Major-Gen. L. K. Chris-
topher (see Christopher of Norton).

V. Eva Mary, m. Lieut. Grenville Eowyer, R.E.

3 Thomas Blomefield, late H.E.I.C. Civil Service,
Bengal Presidency, 6. 9 June, 1832; d. unm. 30 Oct.

4 Wilmot, H.E.I.C. Civil Service, Bengal Presidency,
b. 19 Sept. 1833 ; vi. 1st, 17 Oct. 1864, Louisa Anne,
eldest dau. and co-heir of Charles Patten Vale, Esq.,
and by her (who <l. 26 Sept. 1855) has is.sue, Louisa
Anne. He 7n. 2nd]y, 16 Dec. 1862, Martha, eldest dau.
of the late Lieut. -Col. Henry Roche Osbom, Bengal

5 Henry, 6. 26 May, 1835, who assumed the surname and
arms of Lucas, in addition to and before those of Lane,
by royal licence, dated 4 March, 1856. Mr. Lucas Lane
d. 17 Feb. 1860.

1 Frances Bain, d. 2G Oct. 1835.

2 Sarah Magdalene, vi, 22 July, 1857, Capt. Frederick
Helbert Helbert, 5th Madras Light Cavalry, and d. 8
March, 1874.

3 Emily,7;j. 17 Jan. 18G2, Edward BernhardLiebert,Esq.,
18th Hussars, of Swinton Hall, co. Lancaster.

J Sarah, m. 14 Feb. 1812, William Cotton, Esq. of Walwood
House, Essex, one of the Directors of the Bank of Eng-
land, and Governor in the years 1842-3-4, b. 12 Sept.
178G; d. 1 Dec. 1866. She d. 22 Dec. 1872.
2 Jane, 6. 21 May, 1791 ; d. 21 July, 1791.
Mr. Thomas Lane, of Ley ton Grange, d. 10 Jan. 1824.
hi. Richard, Capt. R.N., b. 6 June, 1761; d. s. p. 28 Feb.

IV. Newton Charles (Rev.), b. IC Feb. 1763, Rector of In-
goldsby, CO. Lincoln ; d. s. p. 6 March, 1846.

I. Sarah, b. 2 Nov. 1751 ; d. young.

II. Maria, b. 29 Jan. 1757 ; m. 23 April, 1788. the Rev. John
Lucy, of Charlecote Park, co. Warwick, and has issue (sec
LvcY of CharUcote).

III. Sarah, b. 30 March, 1759 : d. young.

Mr. Lane d. 28 June, 1782, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Lane, Esq. of King's Bromley, b. 25 Dec. 1752, Fellow
of Queen's Coll. Camb., Barrister-afr-Law, Deputy-Lieut, of co.
Stafford, High Steward of the town of Burton-upon- Trent,
Ac. ; m. 20 Jan. 1800. Sarah, only surviving dau. of Thomas
Lloyd, Esq. of Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, and widow of Thomas
Amler, Esq. of Ford Hall, co. Salop, and by her (who d.
I Apiil, 18.55) had issue,
John Newton, his successor.

Thomas Leveson, h. 28 Sept. 1802, of St. John's Coll.
Camb., M. A., ordained 1827, Vicar of Baswick, co. Stafford
ns3C), and of W^asperton, co. Warwick (1834); and Rural

Mr. Lane d. 21 Dec. 1824, and was s. by his eldest son,

JoUN NewtuN Lane, Esq. of King's Bromley Manor, J. P.
and D.L., b. 4 Dec. 1800; m. 8 Jan. 18'28, the Hon. Agnes
Bagot, 2nd dau. of William, 2nd Lord Bagot, by the Lady
Louisa Legge, his wife, dau. of George, 3rd Earl of Dart-
mouth, K.G., and by her (who d. 4 Nov. 1885, aged 79) had
I. John Henrt Bagot, his heir.

n. Alt>ert William, b. 12 April, 1830; and cZ. 7 Jan. 1831.
III. Sidney Leveson, of Baldersby Park, near Thirsk, and
Wykeham Abbey, Scarborough, co. York, J. P. and D.L.
N.K. Yorks., and J. P. co. Northampton, late Capt. 1st Staf-
fordshire Militia; b. 13 April, 1831, m. 6 Jan. 1

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