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by Charlotte Wintle his wife. He had issue, by liis 1st

marriage, a dau. Harriet Laura ; and by his 2nd, two sons

and two daus.,

1 John Archibald Hervey, b. 19 July, 1840 : d. Dec. 1875.

2 Alexander Edmund Coutts, b. 12 .Sept. 1846.

1 Jean Louisa. 2 Elizabeth Sophia.

I. Laura Anne, m. 1862, S. B. Hare, Esq. of Calder Hall.
Mr. Trotter d. 7 May, 1868.

./4 -/•//(«— Quarterly : Island 4th arg., a crescent gu., on a chief
indented az. three mullets pierced of the field, for Trotter ;
2nd and 3rd gu., a lion rampant crowned or, charged on the
shoulder with a crescent ot the first, for MonBRAT. Crest — A
horse trotting ppr. Motto — l-estina lentc.

Utati—The Bush, and Dryden, Midlothian.

Hesidence — 72, EedcUffe Gardejis, South Kensington, S.W.

and Little Stainton, co. Durham, h. 1808; educated
at Glenalmond Coll. and R.M.C, Sandhurst, and
gazetted to the West Riding (Duke of Welling-
ton's) Regt. 9 Nov. 1SS9.

Lineage. — In 1380, a complete survey of co. Durham was
taken by order of Bishop Hattield, and Roger Trotter was then
seated at Byers.* In 1344, on the deaili of Robert, Lord
ClitTord, Lord of the Manors of Brougham, in Westmorland,
and Hart and Hartlepool, Durham, it is stated in Nicolson and
Burn's Histori/ of Westinorlmid, that John Trotter and two
others held the manor of Brougham.

Robert Trotter, of Byers Hall, co. Durham, ttte represen-
tative of the family in the following century, m. a dau. of
Claxton, of Old Park, in the same co., and d. 1473, when he
was s. by his son,

RoBEiiT Trotter, of Byers Hall, to. Janet, dau. and heir ot
Thomas Wyndleston, and had issue. His eldest son, John
Trotter, is mentioned in a deed of 1495, as " faire son and
heir" of Robert Trotter and the heiress of Wyndleston. The
great-grandson and heir of this marriage,

George Trotter, of Byers Hall, m. Anne, dau. of Thomas
Batmanson, of Brome Hall, and was s. by his son,

George Trotter, Esq. of Byers Hall, which about this
period began to be designated Byers Green Hall, m. Mary,
dau. and co-heir of Robert March, Esq. of Redworth Hall {sea
Herald's Visitation co. Durham, 1575), by Margaret his wife,
dau. of Robert Byerley, Esq. of Pyk Hall (ancestor of Byerley
of Midridge Grange), and d. 1629, leaving a son,

George Trotter, Esq. of Byers Green Hall, b. 1607, who is
mentioned in wills as being related to Sir Edward Claxton,
Gerald Salvin, of Croxdale, and John Hedworth, of Chester
Deanery. By Jane, his wife, he had issue, of whom

James Trotter, Esq., b. 1645, the youngest son, but
eventual male heir of line on the failure of the elder branches,
a scholar and author, m. 19 May, 1672, Margaret, dau. of John
Walton, Esq. of Shildon and Shotton, co. Durham, and d. 1721,
leaving i. George, d. s. p., and a younger son,

John Trotter, Esq., b. 1691, s his elder brother; m.
24 March, 1723, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of John Hall,
Esq. of Monk Hesilden Hall, and by her (who brought the
Gordon estate into the family) had issue, i. John, who s.
him; it. James, 6. 1733, an Officer in Col. Uosse's Regt., em-
barked on foreign service, and d. s. pi. ; in. George, R.N.,
b. 1737, d. unm. in China. He d. 1777, and wass. by his eldest

John Trotter, Esq., b. 1727; )ji. 1764, Jane, dau. of Henry
Chaytor, Esq. of Croft (nephew and heir of Sir William
Cliaytor, only Bart, of the first creation), and sister of William
Chaytor, Vice-Lieut, of the North Riding of Yorks and M.P.t
Mr. Trotter d. 1781, leaving, by Jane Chaytor bis wife (who
was 13th in direct descent through the families of Tempest,
Lambton, Eure, Bowes, and Clifford, from "Hotspur," by
his wife, the Lady Elizabeth Mortimer, granddau. of Lionel,
Duke of Clarence, K.G., 2ud son of Edward HI.), an only

John Trotter, Esq. of Haughton Hall, near Darlington,
B.A. Clare Coll. Cambridge, J.P. cos. Durham, and York, and
D.L. CO. Durham for sixty-eight years, Col. Comm. of the
Durham Militia, Capt. of a Squadron of Yeomanry, raised and
equipped at bis own expense at the time of the threatened.
French invasion, b. 1765; m. 22 Jan. 1795, Margaret, "a
lady of famous beauty and sole heir ot her ancient family,"
only child of John Dale, Esq. of Staindrop, co. Durham
(where the Dales had been seated for six centuries), Capt.
84th Regt. By this lady, who brought into the family some
of the oldest baronial descents in the north, and the royal
blood of England and Scotland, Colonel Trotter, who d. 1854,
left issue.


Trottee, William Kemp, Esc[. of Byers Green
CO. Durham, Hackletoii, co. Northampton,

* Early in the 16th century, a member of this family, Robert
Trotter, became possessor of Skelton Castle, in Cleveland, the
ancient stronghold of the Bruce, and founded there a line of
kniglita and es(juires, which intermarried with the Durham
Trotters, and allied itself to the Pud.^eys, Scropes, Nevilles,
Cholmleys, Lowlhers, and others, till in 1730, Lawson Trotter,
Esq. d. without issue, and his eldest sister, Catherine Trotter,
in. Joseph Hall, and was so ancestress of J. T. Wharion, Esq.,
now of Skelton Castle. In the great window of Julius Cae:*ar's
room at the castle, painted shields exhibit the arms of Trotter,
empaling severally those of Forcer, Pudsey, Witliam, Cholmley,
Boys, and Lowther.

t The Chaytors represent the family of Clervaux, and de-
scend from Sir John Cleraux, of Croft, by his wife Margaret,
dau. of Ralph, Lord Lumley of Lumley, whose wife, Eleanor
Xevill, was dau. of John, Lord Nevill vi Raby, K.G., by his
wife, Maud, dau. of Henry, Lord Percy of Ahiaick.





I. John, of Durham, m. Mary Anne, eldest dau. of the Eev.
John Fawcett, 11. A. (see Fawcett of Durham), and d. 1874,
leaving issue,

1 John William, formerly Surgeon-Major Coldstream
Guards, m. Mary Ovington, dau. of Robert Chilton, Esq.
of Billingham Grange, J. P. co. Durham, and has issue,
a son, John Robert, b. 188-1.

2 Charles Dale, M.A., Vicar of Bossall, co. York, in. Clara,
dau. of the late Eev. R. C. Wirapenny, M.A., Vicar of
Market Weighton, co. York.

1 Elizabeth, m. Francis Greenwell, Esq., 2nd son of the
late W. T. Greenwell, Esq. of Greenwell Ford (see that

2 Mary Anne.

3 Margaret, m. William Stoker, Esq. J. P. of Durham, and
has issue.

n. George Dale, d. s. p. 6 May, 1888.
in. William, of whom presently.

IV. Charles, of Bishopsgarth, near Stockton-on-Tees (J.P.
COS. Durham and York), to. Mary, eldest dau. of Thomas
Hutchinson, Esq. of Stockton, and d. 1877, leaving sur-
viving issue,

1 John, m. Mary, dau. of the late F. J. Crowe, Esq. of
Haughton-le-Skene, and has issue.

2 Charles, m. l{achel, dau. of Sir J. Clarke-Jervoise, Bart.,
M.P., and widow of A. 11. T. Newuomen, Esq. of Kirk-
leatham Hall, Yorks.

3 Henry Hutchinson. 4 George Maurice Dale.

5 Walter Octavius, m. Helen, dau. of the late Henry Grey
Faber, Esq. of Stockton.
I Charlotte Stuart. 2 Lucy.

V. James, m. Mary, dau. of the late John Elliott, Esq. of
Carlisle, and d. 1877, leaving issue,

1 George James Elliott. 2 Ernest Dale.

3 Herbert John, d. s. p. 1892.

VI. Thomas Lowis, M.A., Rector of Great Stainton, co.
Durham, in. 1st, Isabella Napier, only dau. of James Keith,
brother and heir-male of Sir Alexander Keith, of Dunottar
(representative of the attainted Earls Marischal of Scot-
land), and d. 15 Jan. 1892, leaving issue,

1 John George, M.A., Vicar of Polesworth, near Tam-
worth, m. Elizabeth, dau. of the late Robert Case, Esq.
of London, and has issue.

2 James Keith, Lieut.-Col. E.A., in. Alice, dau. of the
iate F. J. Crowe, Esq. of Haughton-le-Skene, and has

3 Thomas Henry Yorke, in. 28 April, 1887, Anna Charles,
only surviving dau. of Charles Julian Maitland-Makgill-
Crichion, Esq. of Rankeilour, co. Fife, and had issue.

1 Christian Graham Maitland.
Mr. Trotter m. 2ndly, Louisa, dau. of the late L. J. de la
Chaumette, Esq. of London, and d. 1891.
I. Margaret Dale, widow of the Rev. T. C. Cook, M.A.,
Vicar of Ingleton, co. Durham.

The 3rd son,

William Trotter, Lieut.-Col. of 2nd Durham R.V., h. 1800 ;
was killed whilst out hunting 6 Feb. 1866 ; m. Henrietta,
dau. of Major Andrew Philip Skene, 5th and 9th Light Dra-
goons (the 29th head of the Scotch House of Skene of Skene,
in male succession), only son of Col. Pliilip Whartan Skene,*
" a veteran of Cartagena, Fontenoy, Culloden, &c." By this
lady (who was 8th in descent from James Skene, of Skene, by
his wife. Lady Joan Douglas, sister of the 9th Earl of Angus,

* Col. P. W. Skene was grandson of John Skene, of Hall-
yards Castle, CO. Fife, by his wife, E.izabeth Wallace (her
fiister, Euphemia, having m. John Drummond, Earl and Duke
of Melfort, K.G., was ancestress of the present Earl of Perth
and Mell'ort, and both Melfort and Skene, with their wives
accompanied King James to St. Germain, where Melfort was
created a duke, but Skene refused a title), dau. of Sir Thomas
AVallace, 2nd Bart, of Craigie Castle, co. Ayr, M.P. for that
CO., and afterwards Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland, the heir-
male of the renowned Sir William Wallace, and 5th in descent
from Sir John Wallace, of Craigie, by his wife, Lady Margaret
Cunningham, dau. of Alexander, 5th Earl of Glencairn, by
his wife. Lady Joan Hamilton, dau. of James, 1st Earl of
Arran, who was son of James, Lord Hamilton, by hi* wife,
the Princess Mary, eldest dau. of James II. This John Skene
was grandson of Sir Andrew Skene, of Hallyards, by Barbara
Forbes his wife, sister of Sir William Forbes, 1st Bart, of
Craigievar, and descended from James, 2nd Lord Forbes.
Sir Andrew Skene was 6th in descent from Alexander Skene,
Baron of Skene, who fell at F'lodden F'ield 151:^, 9th in de-
scent from Adam de Skene, killed at the battle of Harlaw
1411, and 13th in descent from John de Skene, of Skene, one
of the arbitrators between Bruce and Baliol at Berwick 1230.
There is a baronetcy, now dormant, in the Skene family. The
last George Skene of that ilk (the 28th Laird), Capt. in the
army and M.P. for Aberdeenshire, d. unm. in 1825, and be-
queathed Skene House and the estates to his eldest sister's son,
James, 4th Earl of Fife. Of the Skenes it has been said, " This
family is more distinguished by its antiquity, bravery, and
loyalty, than by many noble alliances and a descent derived
from several royal and illustrious stocks."

and descended from George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus, by
his wife, the Princess Mary, dau. of Robert III.) Mr. Trotter
left issue,

I. William Dale, M.A., LL.B. Corpus Christi Coll. Camb.,
Lieut.-Col. Durham Fusilier Militia, m. Annie, dan. and
co-heiress of the late E. R. Kemp, l<'sq. of Layton Hall, co.
York, and d. 1875, leaving issue, William Kkmp, now of
Byers Green Hall ; Cecil Chaytor, Barrister-at-Law, h. 1870 ;
Gertrude Annie Kemp, m. 1890, G.J.E. Trotter, Esq., and
has issue ; and Mabel Henrietta Dale.

II. Henry John, of Byers Green Hall.

III. Charles Vaughan, M.A. Clirist Church, Oxford, late
Capt. 47th liegt., m. Frances, only dau. of Rev. R.

I. Margaret Jane, in. Rev. J. E. Wallis-Loft, M.A., Rector
of Swallow, Lincolnshire, grandson and heir of the late
General Loft, M.P. for Grimsby, and has issue.

II. Harriet, Rev. W. T. Tyrwhitt-Drake, MA., Vicar of
Great Gaddcsden, Herts, eldest son of tlie late Lieut.-Col.
W. Tyrwhitt-Drake, Royal Horse Guards Blue, by his
wife Emma, dau. of the late J. T. Halsey, Esq., M. P., of
Gadde.sden Park, Herts {see those families), and has issue.

III. Caroline Elizabeth, in. Rev. A'. Williamson, M.A., Vicar
of St. James's, Notting Hill, and has issue.

IV. Emily Catherine.

V. Catherine Frances, to. W. J. Walter, Esq. of Abbey Wood,
Kent, and has issue.

The 2nd son,

Henry John Trotter, Esq. of Byers Green Hall, co. Durham,
and Hackleton, co. Northampton, D.L. and J. P., co. Durham,
M.A. Oriel Coll. Oxford, F.S.A., Barrister-at-Law, late Lieut.
2nd West Yorkshire Yeomanry, M.P. for Colchester 1885, and
again elected there 1 July, 1886. He was killed, while hunting
6 Dec. 1888, and was s. by his nephew.

Arms — Arg., a chief erm., over all a lion rampant az. ;
quartering, among many other coats. Dale, Blackett,
CoNYERS, Tempest, Aton, Baron de Aton, Bertram, Baron
Bertram, Umfraville, Baron U.mfraville, and Earl op
Angus (baronetcies still in abeyance among the co-heirs), De
Vesci, De Verb, and Scrope. Crest — A lion's head erased arg.,
collared erm. Mittlo—Fortis non ferox.

Seat — Byers Green Hall, Spennymoor, co. Durham. Resi-
dence — Langton Grange, Gainford, Darlington.


Teotter-Cranstoun, JosEPn Young, Esq. of
Dewar and Harvieston, co. Midlothian, b. 1840 ; s.
his uncle, George Cranstoim Trotter-Cranstoun,
Esq. of Dewar and Harvieston (who d. 1885).

Lineage.— Young Trotter, Esq. of Cruickfield, co. Ber-
wick, m. Jane, dau. of George Cranstoun, Esq. of Dewar and
Harvieston, and granddau. of the late Sir James Hay, Bart,
of Smithfield and Haystoune, co. Peebles, and by her had

I. Thomas, his heir.

/I. George Cranstoon, s. his brother.

III. John, deceased.

IV. Charles, deceased.

V. William St. Clair, of whom presently.
His eldest son,

Thomas TaoTTEti, Esq. of Dewar and Harvieston, and
d. s. p., and was s. by his brother,

George TROTTER-CRANSTonN, Esq. of Dewar and Harvies-
ton, who also d. s. p., and was s. by his only surviving

William St. Clair Trotter, Esq., who in. Catherine Anne,
dau. of the late Joseph Evans, Esq., and d. 1861, leaving issue
suiviving, with four daus.,

Joseph Yodno, now of Dewar and Harvieston.

Arms — Arg., a fcsse erm. between three mullets in chief sa.,
and a crescent in base az., all within a border gu. charged with
three cranes statant, of the tield. Crest — A crane dormant
holding a stone in its dexter foot allppr. Motto — "Thoushalt
want ere I want."

Residence — Harvieston, Gorebridge, N.B.


Teottee, William Sampson, Esq. of Horton
Manor, Surrey, educated R.M.A. Woolwich, wa3
foraierly Lieut. R.A., b. 13 March, 1839 ; m. 6
March, 1886, Constance Selina, youngest dau. of
the late John Frederick Feeney, Esq. of Edgbaston,
and has issue,

John Frederick Arthur, b. 16 May, 1887.
Eileen Constance Beryl.





Xiineag'e. — Alexandep. Trotter, Esq. of Kettleshiel,
who wa?: descended from the ancient family of Prentannan, d.
1633, and was s. by his eldest son,

Alexandek Ti;otteb, Esq. of Kettleshiels, vi. Jean, 2nd
dau. of Sir Eobert Steuart, of Allanbank, and had issue,

Alexander. (?. xinm. Kobeit, d. unm.

Joux, his heir.

Arcliibald, in. 174^, .Jean, dau. and heir of Robcrr Moubray,
of The Hush and Cast!elaw (ste Trotter o/ The Dus/i).
AVilliaiu, m. .Miss Joyce.
Jean, m. Dr. Kccles.

The 3rd son,

John Trotter, Esq. of Horton, Surrey, and Kettleshiel, m.
il^2, Ann, dau. of James Locke, Esq., and by her (who d.
17."i9) had issue,
James, his heir, b. 17;')4.
George Caleraft, 6. 1757; d. s. p.

John, of Shudy Camps, Cambridge, h. 1758; m. 1785,
Sophia, dau. of IJobert Dent, Esq. of Clapham, and had
issue, Robert, b. 1797; Henry James, b. Ib'SO ; and Sophia
Ann, m. her cousin, Robert Trotter, of The Bush.

John Trotter was s. by his eldest son,

James Trotter, Esq. of Ilorton and Kettleshiel, rn. 177S,
Elizabeth, dau. of James Meyrick, Esq. of Parliament Street,
Westminster, and by her (who d. 1S'20) had issue,

I. John, his heir, b. 17S0.

II. James, b. 1782 ; d. unm. 1800.

I. Anne, m. 1808, George Welbank, Esq. : d. 1812, leaving
George, d. unm. 1S30.

Mary Elizabeth, Mrs. Trotter {as heloic).

II. Elizabeth, of Horton, d. unm. 25 Oct. 1808.
James Trotter d. 1833, and was .«. by his son,

John Trotter, Esq. of Horton and Kottleshicl, sometime
M.P. for the Western division of Surrey, m. JIaria (who d.
1861), 5th dau. of John Perkins, Esq., and d. s. p. 1S5G.

^nmiljT of ^irobit.

George Brown. Esq. of Kilmarnock, Ayr, was s. b}- his son,

John Brown, Esq., m. Jean, dau. of William Mayne, of
Powis and Logie, in cos. Perth and Clackmannan, by his 3rd
wife, Helen, dau. of Rev. Mr. Stack, and by her had (with
several other children)

George Brown, b. 1758 ; //(. 17S6, Mai'garet, dau. of Henry
Balfour, Esq. of Pilrig, co. Edinburgh, Mnjoi- 1st Royals,
by his wife, Jean, eldest dau. of William Elliott, Esq. of
Woolfiec, Roxburgh. He d. April, 1829, leaving, with other
issue, a son,

AViLLiAM Trotter, Esq. of Horton Manor, Surrey, J. P., the
eldest son, b. 1 Oct. 1800 ; m. 21 Aug. 1834, Mary Elizabeth,
only dau. and heir of George Welbank, Esq. of St. James's
Place, Middlesex, by Anne his wife, eldest dau. of James
Trotter, Esq. of Horton, and by her (who d. 18s5) had issue,

I. Sampson Henry, b. 14 June, 1835; (/. Jan. 1836.

II. WiLLiA.M Sampson, now of Horton Manor.

HI. Arthur Edward, late Capt. 19th Regt., b. 1 Feb. 1843, d.

June, ls87.
IV. Henry Eden (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Ardington, Berks, 6.

2 June,'ls44; i/i. 19 April, 1877, Mary Hodgson, only dau.

of W. S. Gillet, Esq. of Harefield, Southampton.
v. Alexander Kenyon, 6. 10 Feb. 1846; m. July, 1S69, and <?.

July, lb91, leaving issue,
Alexander William Lewis.
VI. Ernest Balfour, b. 24 March, 1851; '„>. April, 1893,

Katherine, eldest dau. of H. Patteson, of Cringleford, co.


I. HaiTiet Amelia.
It. Mary Elizabeth, d. 30 Jan. 1840.

III. JIary Louisa. iv. Emily Ann.
v. Gertrude Helen. vi. Ailela Maria,
vii. Eleanor Georgina, d. 5 March, 1850.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown, on succeeding to the estate of Horton,
assumed by royal licence, dated 3 Dec. 186s, the surname of
Trotter, in lieu of that of Brown. Mr. Brown wa,s permitted
to bear the arms of Trotter quarterly with those of his ov.a
family, such surname and arms to be used by their issue.
He d. 26 JIarch, 1887, and was .?. by his eldest surviving son.

.^i-//i« — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., a crescent gu., on a
chief indented az. three mullets pierced of the field, a canton
arg. for distinction, for Teotter ; 2nd and 3rd, az., a chevron
Dheqny arg. and sa. between three fleurs-de-lis of the second,
for Brown.

Cre.its — 1st, A horse trotting arg. for Trotter ; 2nd, A lion
rampant gu., holding in his dexter fore-paw a fleur-de-lis arg.,
for Brown.

Mi,nr,(.< — Over the crest of Trotter, Festina lente ; over the
cre.-t of Brown, Fortitudine et tidelitatc.

iiMl — Uorton Manor, Epsom, Surrey.


Trotter, Coutts, Esq. of Dreghoni, Midlothian,
6. 9 April, 1831 ; m. Jan. 1862, Harriet Augusta,
Touugest dau. of the Right Hon. Richard Keatinge,
and has a dau.,

Louisa Kathleen, m. 12 Dec. 1891, John Scott Hal danc, Esq.

Lineage.— .Vlexander Trottf.r, Esq. of Dreghorn, 6.
1 June, 1755 (2nd son of Archibald Trotter, Esq. of The 15ush
and Castlelaw, and Jean Jloubray his wife), m. 27 Nov. 1797,
Lillias, dau. of Sir John Stuart, Bart, of Allanbank, and had

I. Archibald, his heir.

II. John, of the Bengal C.S., b. 1800; d. 1325.

III. Henry Dund:is, Rear Admiral, R.N., b. 19 Sept. 1802 ; m.
23 Nov. 1835, Charlotte, 2nil dau. of Major-Gen. James
Pringle, H.E.I.C.S., and d. 1S59.

IV. Alexander, b. 3 March, ]su4: m. 1st. 16 June, 1836,
Jaqueline ICiizatu-tli. dau. of the lii-lit Uev. William Otter,
D.D., Bishop of Chichester, ami had issue,

1 Coutts. 2 William.

3 Henry. 4 Edward Bush.

1 Jaqi.elinc. 2 Emily.

He m. 2ndly, 1852, Isabella, dau. of Sir Thomas Strange,
and had issue by her (who d. 1878),

5 Alexander. 3 Lillias. 4 Margaret.

V. Robert, b. 29 Nov. 1807 ; m. Dec. 1835, Isabella, dau. of
Joseph Hare, Esq. of Wynberg, Cape of Good Hope.

I. Margaret.

Mr. Trotter d. 14 Sept. 1842, and was s. by his eldest son,

Archibald Trotter, Esq. of Dreghorn, J. P., b. 10 April,
1799, )/i. 27 Nov. 1828, Louisa Jane, youngest dau. of James
Strange, Esq., of the Madras C.S. (eldest son of Sir Robert
Strange), by Hon. Anne Dundas his wife, dau. of Henry, 1st
Viscount Melville, and had issue,

I. CocTTs, now of Dreghorn.

II. Alexander James, Bengal Artillery, 6. 10 March, 1833;
d. 4 Oct. 1856.

III. James Stuart, Lieut. R.N., b. 20 March, 1839; m. July,
1878, Lady Coutts Lindsay, dau. of Sir Henry Lindsay
Bethune, Bart , and sister of John, 14th Earl of Lindsay.

IV. John Moubray, J. P., Lieut. -Col. late H. M.Indian army,
b. 6 Sept. 1842; )«,. 27 Oct. 1876, Hon. Mary Abercroiiiby,
only dau. of Ralph, 2nd Lord Dunfermline, and has issue,

1 Archibald MacGregor, b. 1878.

2 Gilbert Ralph Abercromby, 6. 1880.

3 Alexander, b. 1887.

1 Mary Elliot. 2 Margaret Nina.

V. Philip Durham, b. 13 June, 1S44, Col. 93rd Highlanders:
111. June, 1886, Eliza, dau. of C. Scott Plummer, Esq. of
Sunderland Hall, and has issue,

Philip Coctts. Ceeile.

I. Anne Katherine, m. 1S69, Charles Buck, Esq., and has
issue, Archibald and Lillias.

II. Louisa Lillias, '.a. June. 1868, George Edward Forbes,
Esq., and has issue, Edward Archibald, Spencer Dundas,.
Marion Theodora, and Mabel Christian.

III. Mary Caroline.

Mr. Trotter tL 26 Oct. 1844.

Arms, (frc. — Same as Trotter of Tht Bush.
Heat — Dreghorn, near Edinburgh.


Tkotte, Charles Aetiifr Wilt.iams, Esq. of
Huntsham Court, Devon, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1881, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 1st Royal
Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, and Hon. Col. and
Lieut.-Col. Commanding 3rd V.B. Devon Regt., b.
11 May, 1842 ; m. 21 June, 1864, Katharine Mary,,
dau. of Sir John W. Walrond, 1st Eurl. of Bradfield,
Devon, by Hon. Frances Caroline Hood his ivife,.
dau. of Samuel, 2nd Lord Bridport, and has i.ssue,.

I. Arthur Acland, b. 30 March, 1865; d. 30 March. 1883^

II. Hugh Leonakd Acland-Troyte, 6. 18 Dec. 1870.

III. Gilbert John Acland-Troyte, b. 4 Sept. 1876.

IV. Herbert Walter Acland-Troyte, 6. 13 Sept. 1882.

I. Frances Lucy Acland-Troyte.

II. Cicely Mary Acland-Troyte.

Liiueag'e. — Arthur Henry Dyke Acland, Esq. of Hunts-
ham Court, Devon, 6. 3 May, 1811, 2nd son of Sir Thomas
Dyke Acland, 10th Bart, of Columb-John, s. by will to the
estates of Rev. Edward Berkeley Troyte, D.C.L., Rector of
Huntsham, Devon, and assumed by royal licence, 1852, the
BUrname and arms of Troyte. He m. 15 Sept. 1836, Frances,





dau. of Robert Williams, Esq. of Britlohcad, and by her (who
d. 4 Aug. 1856) left issue, at his decease, 19 June, 1857,
Charles Arthur Williams, now of Iluntsham Court.
John Edward, M.A. Oxford, Capt. Essex Rcgt., h. UO Feb.
1848 ; m. 26 Oct. 1882, Nora Letitia Nugent, dau. of Henry
Hyde Nugent Banke.'?, Esq., and has issue, Henry Vivian,
fc. 27 Nov. 1883; Arthur Nugent, 6. 7 Sept. lt-85: John
Bevell, h. 14 March, 1890 ; Lalage Mary Kathleen; Sibell
Norah Carteret.
Eeginald Henry Dyke (Rev.), M.A., Chaplain at Pau, France,
h. 8 June, 1851 ; m,. 8 Jan. 1879, Charlotte Eliza, dau. of
George Price, Esq.
Frances Lydia Dyke, m. 1863, Rev. Charles Sandford Bere.
Harriet Dyke, m. 8 Sept. 1863, George Griffith, Esq.
Angelina Anne Dyke, m. 22 July, 1865, Rev. James Dunn.
Mary Dyke, m. 30 June, 1864, Rev. Walter Hook, son of the
Dean of Chichester.
Joanna Dorothea Dyke, m. 30 June, 1864, Leonard Harper,
Esq., son of the Bishop of Christchurch, New Zealand.
Sarah Lucy Dyke, d. at Funchal, Madeira, 19 April, 1^63.
Eev. Edward Berkeley Troyte, D.C.L., Rector of Huntsham,
waa son of William Troyte, who was son of Rev. Thomas
Troyte, who to. Cicely, dau. and heir of Sir Thomas Wrotlie,
Bart, of Petherton Park, and widow of Sir Hugh Acland, 6th
Bart., great-great-grandfather, by her, of Arthur Henry Dyke
Acland, to whom Dr. Troyte devised his estates.

^r?/is— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, an eagle displayed, with
two heads ppr. , within a bordure inveoted erm,, in chief a
cross-cros.slet sa., for distinction, for Trotte ; 2nd and 3rd,
chequy arg. and sa., a fesse gu., for Acland, quartering
Wrothe and Dyke. Crests— 1st, Troyte, An eagle's wing sa.,
charged with five estoiles or, environed with a snake ppr., the
wing charged for distinction with a cross-crosslet or ; 2nd, Ac-
LANr>, On a man's hand, couped at the wrist, in a glovu fess-
ways, a falcon perched, all ppr. Mottn — A Deo in Deo.
Heat — Huntsham Court, Bampton, Devon.
Ciuis— Carlton, Travellers', and Cavalry.


Trtjeu, Henry Pomeroy, Esq. of Cloimiannon,
CO. Wicklow, J.P., High Sheriff 1871, h. 19 March,
1836 ; m. iiO Aug. 1861, Katharine Elizabeth, only
dait. of Charles Rolleston-Spimner, Esq., Q.C.,
Chairman of co. Tipperary (she d. 12 March, 1890).

Lineag-e.— Rev. Holt Truell, h. 1701, was for many

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