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s J. P. co. Wicklow; he m. 1st, about 1724-25, Catherine,
dau. of Sir Abraham Yarner and widow of Richard Stone,
Esq., but by her had no issue. He m. 2ndly, Rachel, dau.
of Rev. Michael Symes, Rector of Kilcomiuon, co. Wicklow,
and had issue, several sons and daus., all of whom 0.. unni.,

Rev. Robert Truell, D.D., of Cloncommon, 6. 10 March,
1754; m. 21 Oct. 1791, Editha, only dau. and heir of Edward
Jones, Esq. of Dublin, and of Bramley, co. Southampton, and
by her (who d. 21 March, 1843) had issue,

I. Robert Holt, the late representative.

II. Henry, h. 1803: d. unm. 1820;

III. William (Rev.), Rector of Tyneham, Dorset, 6. 25 May,
1804 ; ni. 8 Feb. 1834, Jane, dau. of John Hawkcsworth,
Esq. of Forest, Queen's Co., and d. 12 July, 1885, having

1 Robert Holt, Col. 53rd Regt., h. 30 Sept. 1837, in.

2 William Henry Augustus (Rev.), Incumbent of Chettle,
Dorset, h. 1839.

1 Eleanor Mary Florentina.
rv. George, 6. 1808; d. unm. 1824,
I. Jane, d. unm. 1832.

III. Patience, d.unm. 1828.

IV. Elizabeth, m. Hon. Henry Pomeroy, 5th aon of John,
4th Viscount Harberton.

V. Sarah, d. unm. 1833.

He d. 26 June, 1830, and was s. by his son,

Robert Holt Truell, Esq. of Clonraannon, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1824, b. 15 Nov. 1797 ; m. 18 Aug. 1824, Phoebe,
4th dau. of Rev. George Vesey, D.D., of Derrabard House, co.
Tyrone, and by her had issue,

I. Robert, Capt. Wicklow Rifles, b. 10 Jan. 1828 ; m. 1st,
7 Nov. 1858, Frances Emily, 4lh dau. of Rev. William
Knox, of Clonleigh, co. Donegal, and had issue, Louisa and
Phojbe Editha. He m. 2ndly, Feb. 1866, Henrietta, dau. of
Very Rev. Ogle William Moore, Dean of Clogher, by whom
he had issue, Robert Holt, who d. an infant. He d. 27 Feb.

II. George Vesey, an Officer 2Sth Regt., b. 1 May, 1831 ; d.
10 March, 1849.

in. Henry Pomeroy, M.B., now of Clonmannon.

I. Barbara Anna, d. unm. Aug. 1848.

II. Edjfh^ Jane, m. 1st, 7 Nov. 1861, Francis Synge, Esq. of

n. Edith, d. 1807.

Glanmore Castle, co. Wicklow, and 2ndly, 20 Nov. 1879,
Major Theodore Wcbbcr-tjardiner.
Mr. Truell d. 7 Blarch, 1870.

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant, and in chief two hearts gu.
Crest — A heart gu. between two palm-branches vert. Mottoes
— Above the crest. Semper fidelis ; below, Diligentia fortior.

Heat — Clonmannon, Ashford, co. Wicklow.


Teye, Henky Norwood, Esq. of Hartshill, co.
Warwick, J.P., M.A. Oxon,b. 4 Feb. 1835 ; m. 2 Feb.
1865, Mary Elizabeth, only child of Richard Roberts
Jee, Esq., J.P., of Hartshill, co. Warwick, and by
her, who d. 12 Feb. 1890, has issue,

I. Charles Brandon, 6. 2 April, 1867.

II. Richard Norwood, b. 6 June, 1873.

III. John Henry, b. 1 June, 1875.

IV. Edward Hutchins, b. 26 Feb. 1880.
I. Mary Alice Jane.

Lineag-e.— Reginald (or Kaolin) Trye, the first of the
name resident in co. Gloucester, m. 1380, Margaret, dau. and
heir of Thomas de Berkeley, and thereby acquired the lord-
ship of Alkington, in the parish of Berkeley. His son and

John Trye, of Alkington, was father of

William Trye, who was s. by his son,

John Trye, High Sheriff 27 Henry I., m. 1449, Elizabeth,
dau. and co-heir of Sir Almeric Boteler-a-park, and their son
and heir,

William Trye, of Hardwicke, m. Anne, dau. of Thomas
Baynham, and had (with another son, John, Mayor of Glou-
cester in 1483, and twice representative for that city in Par-
liament) a son and successor,

William Trye, Esq. of Hardwicke, m. Isabella, 2nd dau,
of James, 6th Lord Berkeley, by Isabel his wife, dau. and
co-heir of Thomas Mowbray, 1st Duke of Noifolk, and had a

Edward Trte, Esq. of Hardwicke, m. Sybil, dau. and
co-heir of Sir Simon Milbourne, of co. Hereford, and relict
of Sir Thomas Monington. He was .s. at his decease by his

John Trye, Esq. of Hardwicke, m. Jlary, dau. and co-
heir of Henry Gourney, Esq. of Letheringham, :->utIulk. by
Katherine his wife, sister of Sir William Brandon, ^tar.dard-
bearer at Bosworth, on the side of Henry Vll., the father of
Charles Brandon, the celebrated Duke of Suffolk, the brother-
in-law and favourite of Henry VIII. By this lady he had a
son and successor,

John Trye, Esq. of Hardwicke, m. 1st, Mary, dau. of Sir
William Skipworth, Knt. of Ormesby, M.P., and 2ndly, Alice,
sister of Sir James Crofts, Knt. of Crofts. He was s. at his
decease by his son,

William Trye, Esq. of Hardwicke. He m. Mary, dau. of
Sir Edward Tyrrel, Knt. of Thornton, Bucks. Mr. Trye was
slain in a quarrel at Gloucester 1610, and was s. by his son,

William Trye, Esq. of Hardwicke, m. Anne, dau. of
William Vincent, Esq. of Acton, Middlesex, and left, with
other issue, a son,

Thomas Tbye, Esq., m. Anna, dau. and co-heir of Richard
Jones, Esq. of Hanham, co. Gloucester, and was father of

William Tbye, Esq. of Hardwicke, M.P. for Gloucester.
He Hi. Mary Home, of Home Castle, and had a son and heir,

Thomas Tbye, Esq. of Hardwicke. He m. Mary, dau. of
Rev. Thomas Norwood, of Leckhampton Court, co. Glouces-
ter, and had issue,

I. William, who left issue ; but their issue is supposed to be
now extinct.

II. John, of whom presently.

Mr. Trye sold the estate of Hardwicke to Sir Philip Torke.
Knt., Attorney-General, who assumed therefrom his title of
earl. The younger son.

Rev. John Trye, Rector of Leckhampton, co. Gloucester,
TO. Mary, dau. and co-heir of Rev. John Longford, of Hares-
field, and was s. by his son,

Charles Brandon Trye, Esq., F.R.S., an eminent medical
writer, to. Mary, dau. of Rev. Samuel Lysons, Rector of Rod-
marton, co. Gloucester (and sister of Samuel Lysons, Esq. of
the Temple, F.'t.S., V.P.A.S., and of Rev. Daniel Lysons,
F'.R.S., A.S., of Hempsted Court, co. Gloucester), by whom he
had issue,

I. William Brandon, 6. 17 March, 1794 ; d. an infant.

II. Henry Norwood, his heir.

III. Charles Brandon, of whom hereafter.





IV. John Hawlin (Rev.\ Rector of Wlii'eoinbe, near Gloii-

ci-jter, 6. 11 Ki-b. 1S09, d. iiiiid. Nov. lt>79.
I. Wury Lysons, d. unm. 2 Veh. 1S54.
u. Caroline, d. iDini. 26 Jan. 1821.

III. Isabella, m. 25 July, 1S26. Kmilion Daniel Benoit Fros-
sard, a French Frotestant clergyman, d. Sept. 1847, and had
issue, two sons and twodaus.

IV. Eleanor, d, unui. IS Dec. 1S57.

V. Anne, d. iouh. 7 July, I87S.

VI. Sarah Elizabeth, «'. an infant.

Mr. Charles Brandon Trye, who ^«. at the decease of his cousin,
Henry Norwood, to the estate of Leckhampton, which the
Norwoods had derived by marriage from the Gitlords, d. 7 Oct.
1611. His eldest son,

Henry Norwood Tbte, Esq., b. 7 July, 1798; ra. 4 June,
1S24, Alicia Harriet, eldest dau. of Francis Longworth, Esq.
of Crepgan, co. Westraeath, and of Oattield, co. Galway, but
d. s.p. 13 Nov. 16.54. Jlr. Trye was a J F. and D.L. for co.
Gloucester, and forco. Westmeath and King's co., and served
as High Sheiiff for co. Gloucester 1837. He was s. by his

Eev. Charles Braxdon Tbte, of Leckhampton Court. J.P.,
Eector of Leckhampton, M.A. Oxon, Rural Dean and Hon.
Canon of Gloucester, b. 11 June, 1806 ; m. 22 May, 1832, Jane
Eiland, only child of Edward Pickard, Esq. of Aston, co.
Warwick, and by her, who d. 7 March, 1889, had issue,

I. Henry Norwood, present representative.

II. Charles Brandon, ft. 29 July, 1839; d. an infant.

III. Reginald Edward, M.A. Oxon, Rector of Leckhampton,
6. 5 June, 1843 : m. 1st, 9 April, 1872, Charlotte Kate
Fascoe, dau. of Edward Glover, Esq. of Lymington, Hants,
and by her (who d. 2 March, 1879), has issue,

1 Reginald Brandon, 6. 10 Aug. 1874.

2 Philip Charles Edward, 6. 8 Dec. 1877.

1 Kathleen Mary.

He jii. 2ndly. 22 Feb. 1881, Edith Lovcday, dau. of Eev. R.
D. Alexander, Rector of Southpool, Devon (who d. 3 Dec.
1891), and has issue,

3 Henry Norwood, 6. 9 Feb. 1883.

4 Edward Cecil Clare, b. May, 1888; d. young.

2 JIary Gertrude. 3 Edith Janet Maude.
4 Catherine Gladys.

IV. Riland John, b. 9 Aug. 1844; d. an infant.

I. Sarah Mary.

II. Jane F.leanor, m. 11 July, 1867, Richard Treffry Mere-
dita, and has issue, one son, Arthur Henry Austin.

Mr. Trye d. 22 Feb. 1884.

/4ri)is— Or, a bend az., quartering Boteler, a-pabk, Godr-

NET, Norwood, and Longford. Crest — A buck's head,
caboshed gu.

Stacs— Leckhampton Court, near Cheltenham; and Harts-
hill, near Atherstone.


Teyon, Gut Thomas Lewes, Esq. of Biilwick
Park, CO. Xorlhampton, b. 22 Oct. 1878, s. bis father

Liineag'e.— The Bulwick and Haringworth estates have
beloni,a-d to this, the elder branch of the Tryon family, since
the reign of James I. Charles Tryon, Esq. of Bulwick, to.
Lady Mary Shirley, dau. of Robert, 1st Earl Ferrers, and her
ladyship d. 17 May, 1771.

Abraham Tryon, Esq., who purchased the Haringworth
estate, is stated to have been of Dutch extraction. In the
church at Haringworth is the following inscription : " In
this vault lie Peter Tryon, Esq., son of Moses Tryon, of
Haringworth, with Judith, wife of said Peter, and sister to
Sir Abraham Cullen, of Sheen, co. Surrey, Bt. James Tryon,
of Bulwick, in this county of Northampton, and Samuel
Tr)-on, of Cullyweston, in said county, were the two only sons
of said Peter and Judith, and lie both here interred, with
their wives and such issue as are deceased. The said Samuel
Tryon was the youngest son of the said Peter, and died on the
4th Feb. 1711, set. 55, and left this inscription written with liis
own hand, annexed to his will, by which he ordered it should
be placed up in this manner." Sir Samdel Tkyon, of Layer
Marney, Essex, the 2nd son of Peter Tryon, who tied from
the persecution of the Duke of Alva, by Jlary his wife, who
d. 1618, obtained a baronetcy from King James I. 1620, but
his male issue and title became extinct at the death of Sir
Samuel John, 4th Bart., 1724.

Thomas Tryon, Esq. of Bulwick, m. 1st, Miss Weston, by
whom he had no issue, and 2ndly, Harriet, dau, of the Very
Eev. Dr. Brereton, Dean of Lichfield, and by her had issue,

I. Thomas, late of Bulwick Park.

u. Charles William, d. unm.

III. Samuel, Major-Gen., m. a dau. of Sir John Harvey,
K.C.B., and had issue, six children.

IV. Robert, Rear-Admiral R.N., m. a dau. of Admiral Provost,
which lady (/. 1848, and 2ndly, 3 Jan. 1^55, Lclia Sophia,
6th iiau. of Sir Grey Skipwith, 8th Bart, of Prestwould,
and had issue, 1 Henry William, late Hampshire Regt.,
m. 1881, Fanny, dau. of Richard Turnor, Esq. ; 2 Charles
Robert, b. 1857.

I. Harriet, m. 1832, Eev. Christopher Whichcote, 4th son of
Sir Thomas Whichcote, 8th Bart, of Aswarby.
His eldest son,

Thomas Tryon, Esq. of Bulwick Park, J.P. and D.L., High
Sheiiff 1833, m. Anne, dau. of Sir JohnTroUope, 6th I?art., and
sister of John, Lord Kesteven, and by her(who d. 12 Feb. 1877)
had issue,

I. Thomas, late of Bulwick Park.

II. Henry, Lieut. Rifle Brigade, killed at the rifle-pits before
Sebastopol, 20 Nov. 1854.

III. George (Sir), Vice-Admiral R.N., K.C.B., 6. 1832; m. 5
April, 1869, Hon. Clementina Heathcote, dau. of Gilbert
John, 1st Lord Aveland (ste Burke's Peerage, Ancasteb,
E.), and had issue, a son, George Clement, 6.' 15 May, 1871,
2nd Lieut. Gren. Guards. Sir George was drowned in his
flagship the " Victoria," whilst commanding the Mediterra-
nean Fleet 22 June, 1893.

IV. Richard, of The Lodge, Oakham, co. Rutland, J. P., High
Sheriff 18H1, late Capt. Rifle Brigade, 6. 31 Aug. 1837 ; m.
11 June, 1867, Jane Anna Lucy, eldest dau. of Gen. W. A.
Johnson, of Witham-on-the-Hill, M.P., and has issue, 1
Richard, b. 17 May, 1868; 2 Henry, 6. 24 Aug. 1874; 3
Julian, b. 2 Oct. 1876 ; 1 Mary Lucy, 6. 7 May, 1870 ; 2
Jane Matilda, b. 22 Ang. 1872; 3 Georgina Catherine, 6. 2
Sept. 1875; 4 Margaret Constance, 6. 12 June, 1878.

lie d. 21 Aug. 1872, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Tryon, Esq. of Bulwick Park, co. Northampton,
J. P., High Sheriff 1875, Lieut.-Col. late 7th Royal Fusiliers,
m. 15 July, 1873, Alice, 6th dau. of Rev. Samuel Vere Dash-
wood, of Stanford Hall, Notts, and has issue,

I. Guy Thomas Lewes, now of Bulwick Park.

I. Eva Jlildred. ii. Ouida Mary.

III. Violet Alice Grace.
Mr. Tryon d. 19 Dec. 1889, and was s. by his only son.

Arms — Az., a f esse embattled between six estoiles or. Crtst
— A bear's head sa., powdered with estoiles or.
Scat — Bulwick Park, Wansford, co. Northampton.


Tfck, George Hustler, Esq. of Blofield Hall,
CO. Norfolk, J.P. and D.L., b. 28 April, 1843; m.
Oct. 1870, Agnes Margaret, eldest dau. of the late
Eight Hon. Sir William Atherton, Q.C., M.P.,
Attorney-General, and has issue,

Agnes Elizabeth Hustler.
Brenda Atherton Hustler.

This gentleman is son of Charles Edward Tuck, Esq.
of Blofield Hall, J.P. (who d. 1889), by bis wife,
Elizabeth Hustler (who rf. 1856), dau. of James
Aniys, Esq. of Botesdale Lodge, Suffolk ; and grand-
son of Thomas Tuck, Esq. of Strumpshaw HaU,
Norwich, who d. 1834.

Swe— Blofield Hall, Blofield, Norwich.
Club— lly<\o Park Club.


Tucker, Eev. Marwood, M.A. of Coryton Park,
Devon, Eector of Widwortby, Devon, b. 2i Aug.
1804; »». 1st, 17 Aug. 1831, Anne Cranmcr, dau.
of Edmund Nagle, Esq., and by her (who d. 1840)
has issue,

I. Edmdnd Beauch amp BEAncHAMP (which name he assumed
in lieu of Tucker) of Trevince, Redruth, Cornw.all, J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1870, formerly Lieut. 59th Regt.,
b. 1833; m. Jst, 1856, Maria Sadleir, dau. of Burton
Peisse, Esq. of Moyode Castle, co. Galway, and by her
(who d. 1870) has issue,

1 Matilda Frances, b. 1859, m. 1881, Sir W. R. Williams,
Bart, (see Burke's Peerage and Baronetage).
Mr. Beauchamp, ra. 2ndly, 1873, Gertrude, dau. of Dudley
Persse, Esq. of Roxborough, co. Galway, and by her,
who d. 1876, has issue,

2 Frances Anna, b. 1876.

3 Geralcline Cianmer, b. 1875.

4 Luna, b. 1876.





Mr. Bcauchamp,!)!. 3rdly, 1877, Louisa Ellen, dau. of Rev.
11. Longueville Jones, and has issue,

1 Edmund Nagle, b. 1879, d. 1889.

2 Charles, b. 1881.

5 Herniana Louisa, b. 1878.

6 Violet, 6. 1880.
II. Marwood Tucker, Barrister-at-Law, J.P. for co. Devon,

m. 1st, 1862, Margaret Anne, dau. of F. T. Bircham,
Esq. of Burhill, Surrey, by whom he has an only son,
Charles Marwood, Lieut. IstDevon Yeo Cavahy, 6. 1864,
and 2ndly, 1876, Etheldreda, dau. of the late Eight Hon.
A. J. B. Beresford Hope, M.P., by his wife, Lady Mildred,
dau. of 2nd Marquis of Salisbury.
I. Anne Cranmer, b. 1834, m. Admiral J. H. Marryat, R.N.,
and d. s. p. 1872.

Kev. Marwood Tucker m. 2ndly, 18 Oct. 1842,
Prances, dau. of John Baring Sliort, Esq. of Bick-
ham, CO. Devon, which lady d. 1882.

Liiueag'e. — This family has long been seated in Devon-

William Tucker, Esq. of Westwater, b. 1618, who by Joane
his wife, left at his decease, 1691, a son,

William Tucker, Esq., J.P., of Westwater, m. 1686, Agnes
Holliugs, and d. 15 March, 1733, leaving by her (whod. 2 July,
1693) a son,

William Tucker, Esq. of Coryton, J.P., High Sheriff Devon
1729, 771. 3 Dec. 1716, Mary, only dau. of Thomas Marwood,
Esq. of Widworthy, and had (with six other aons and five daus.)
a fourth son,

Benedictus Marwood Tucker, Esq., J.P., High Sheriff of
Devonshire 1763, who built the present mansion at Coryton
Park (1756). He m. Frances, only child of Rev. John Pester,
Vicar of Axminster, co. Devon, and had issue,

I. William, of whom presently.

II. Marwood (Rev.), Vicar of Harpford-cum-Ven-Ottery,
Devon, m. 1789, Charlotte Jane, youngest dau. of William
Davy Foulkes, Esq., J. P., of Medland, Devon, and d. in
1846, having issue by her (whod. same year),

1 William (Rev.), Rector of All Saints, Colchester, and of
Widworthy, Devon, m. Agnes Sophia Box, of Essex, and
d. s. p. 1851. She d. 1861.

2 Charles, of Coryton Park.

3 Marwood, now of Coryton Park.

III. Charles, d. s. p.

IV. Benedictus, d. s. p. v. John, d. s. p.
I. Harriett, d. s. p.

The eldest son,

William Tucker, Esq., J.P. for cos. Somerset, Dorset, and
Devon, m. 1st, 1792, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of John Bragge,
Esq. of Sadborow, co. Devon, by whom he had no issue, and
2ndly, 21 Oct. 1813, Charlotte Lewis, 4th dau. of Nathaniel
Elias Peloquin Cosseiat, Esq. of Exeter, and by her had a

William Tucker, Esq. of Coryton Park, J.P. for cos.
Somerset, Dorset, and Devon, 6. 22 April, 1815, who was twice
married ; by his 1st wife he had a dau. Catherine Helen, who
d. unm. 1863. Mr. Tucker d. 1863, and was s. by his cousin,

Charles Tucker, Esq. of Coryton Park, and Marlands,
Devon, J.P., F.SA., F.Z.S., b. 25 Feb. 1799; m. 31 Oct. 1850,
Hermana Drewe, dau. of Edward Wright Band, Esq. of
Wookey House, Somerset, d. s. p. 25 Dec. 1887, and was s. by
his brother, the present Rev. Marwood Tucker.

Anns — Az., on a chevron between three sea-horses arg. as
many hearts gu. Crest — A demi sea-horse reguardant arg.,
holding in his paws a heart gu. ilotto — Auspice Teucro.
1 Seat — Coryton Park, near Axminster.

Hesidence — Widworthy Rectory, Honiton.


TuDWAT, Chaeles CiEMENT, Esq.of The Cedars,
Wells, Somerset, J.P. and D.L., b. 23 Nov. 1816;
m. Ist, 5 July, 1870, the Lady Edith Nelson, dau.
of Horatio, 3rd Earl Nelson, which lady d. 24 Aug.
1877, leaving issue, one dau.,

MadeUne Constance, 5. 18 April, 1873.

He m. 2ndly, 15 Jan. 1884, Alice Constance, young-
est dau. of Sir Frederick H. Hervey Bathurst, Bart.,
and has further issue,

Hervet Robert Charles, b. 23 Sept. 1888.
Lionel Charles Paul, b. 5 Aug, 1893.
Gladys Clare Alice, b. 3 Sept. 1887.

Lineag'e.— Robert Tudwat, Esq., J.P. (younger brother
of Clement Tudway, Esq., M.P. for Wells, who m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Sir Rowland llill, 1st Bart, of Hawkstone, and d. s. p.
1815) derived descent from Rev. Thomas Tudway, Minor
Canon of Windsor, sometime of Bradtield Hall, Essex, who d.
about 1672. He m. Mary, dau. of Rev. Thomas Paine, M.A.,
Canon of Wells, and d. 1 Dec. 1800, having had issue,

I. John Paine, of whom presently.

II. Clement (Rev.), b. 20 May, 1782; m. 7 April, 1807, Eliza-
beth Pappod, dau. of Thomas Brown Calley, Esq. of Bur-
derop Park, Wilts, and by her (who d. 18 May, 1836) had a
son, Clement, of London, b. 7 April, 1809, and two daus.,
Elizabeth Pappod and Caroline. This gentleman was first
in the army, but subsequently entering into orders, became
Vicar of Chiseldon, Wilts. He d. 26 Feb. 1830.

I. Fanny, m. William Melliar, Esq. of Wells, and d. 1795.

II. Mary, ra. Rev. Edward Foster, Prebendary of Wells.
in. Sarah.

IV. Elizabeth, ni. Rev. Richard Thomas Whalley, Rector of
Yeovilton, d. 1830.

V. Harriett, ju. 1815, Richard Burford, Esq., 23rdRegt., and
d. 1821.

VI. Caroline, m. Andrew Carrick, M.D., of Clifton.

The eldest son,

John Paine Tudwat, Esq., J.P., b. 21 April, 1775, M.P.
for Wells from 1815 to 1830; to. 1806, Fanny Goold, dau.
of Lucas Pulsford, Esq. of Wells, and d. July, 1835, having

I. Robert Charles, his heir.

II. Henry Goold, M.A. Trin. Coll., 6. 1826; m. 18.56. Mary,
dau. of John Phipps, Esq. of Leighton House, Wills, and
d. 1S66.

I. Jane, m. 23 Xov. 1825, Rev. Thomas Boucher Coney, Vicar
of Pucklechuich, co. Gloucester, and (/. 1874.

II. Frances Henrietta, m. Arthur Constantme Phipps, Esq.
of Shepton Mallet.

III. Emma.

IV. Leiitia Sarah, m. George Fillingham, Esq.

V. Augusta, ill. Rev. Frederick I'leuiing Beadon, Vicar of
Burnham, Somerset.

VI. Mary, m. Rev. Wilson Pedder, Vicar of Churchtown,

VII. Harriet Henrietta.
The eldest son,

Robert Charles Tudwat, Esq. of Wells, J.P., M.P., 6.
4 July, 1808, served as High Sheriff for Somerset 1842-43; to.
1846, Maria Catherine, eldest dau. of Sir William Miles, 1st
Bart, of Leigh Court, Somerset, M.P., and d. 20 Oct. 1855,
leaving an only surviving child, the present Charles Clement
Tudwat, Esq. of The Cedars.

Arms — Erm., a lion rampant gu. between three roses az.
Crest— A. demi-lion rampant gu., holding arose az., slipped ppr.

Seats — The Cedars, Wells, Somerset; and Stoberiy Park,
Wells. Town Residence — 17, Lower Berkeley Street, W.


TuFNELL, John Jolliffe, Esq. of Langleys,
Essex, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1870, b. 1 July,
1805 ; m. 1st, 1830, Caroline Mary, 2tid dau. of
tlie late C. T. Tower, Esq. M.P., of Weald Hall,
Essex, and by her (who d. 18 Sept. 1841) has

I. Arthur Jolliffe, J.P., Major 34th Foot, 6. 15 March, 1833 ;
d. at Mussoorree, India, June 1883.

It. William Neville, of Monken Hadley, Braintree, J.P.
and D.L., late Lieut -Col. Commanding, and Hon. Col.
1st Adm. Batt. Essex B.V., formerly Lieut. R.N., 6. 11
April, 1838; m. 1861, Eleanor Frances, dau. of the late
Major-Gen. Charles Gostling, R.A., and has issue,

Neville Charles Arthur de Hertel, 6. 18C4.

Charles Gostlmg, Lieut. Surrey Regt., m. Mabel, dau.

of Cowper Coope, Esq., and has issue, a son and dau.
Fanshawe Tower, m. Nov. 1892, Georgie Alice, eldest

surviving dau. of Standish O'Grady Rowley, Esq. of

Sylvan Park, Kells.
Beauchamp. Olive Fordine.

I. Cecilia Harriet, d. 18 April, 1842.

II. Caroline Emily, b. 6 June, 1855.

III. Augusta Jane.

IV. Laura Louisa, m. her cousin, RightRev. Edward Wynd-
ham Tufnell, D.D., late Bishop of Brisbane, Australia,
Canon of Chichester, and Vicar of Felpham, Bognor.

V. Adelaide Mary.

He m. 2ndly, 1853, Eleanor Margaret, youngest
dau. of the late Right Eev. George Murray, Lord
Bishop of Rochester, and by her has issue,





III. Edward A. Murray, m. Ethel Cicely Harriet, dau. of
Eobert Woodhouse, Esii., of Writtle, Esses, and has
issue, a son and dau.

lY. Henry Murray, d. Xov. 1S6S.

V. George Murray.

VI. Herlicrt Murray. )». Sybil, dau. of Augustus Bcrnal, Esq.

VI. 3Iari.t Liuiisa, m. IS7S, Hon. Edward Gerald Strutt, 4th
son of John James, 1st Lord Rayleigh.

VII. Krances Emily, i;i. ISSl, Francis It. Kound, Esq. of the
Colonial Office.

viii. Constance Helena, m. John Egcrton Glyn, Esq., of
Priors, Romford.

IX. Caroline Margaret, !ii. Bateman Hope, Esq., and has
issue, a son and dau.

X. Florence, il. 1S71.

XI. Mahel Eleanor, m. Maurice Wriotheslcy Kirk, Esq.,
Lieut. Kink''s Own Royal Lancaster Regt.

Liineagre. — Richakd Tufsaile or Tufnell (son of an-
other Richard Tuf naile\ Citizen and Brewer of London, resided
at Clapham, Surrey, and was M.l*. for Southwark 1640. He
7)1. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William Humphries, Esq., and
dying Aug. 1640, was s. by his son,

John Tcfnaile, Esq. of London, Merchant, and of Monken
Hadlcy, Middlesex, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Alderman Sir
"William Joliffe,* of London, by Rebecca, his wife, dau. of
Walter Boothby, Esq., and Catherine, sister and co-heir of
Henry 'Witham, Esq. By her, Mr. Tufnaile left at his decease,
9 Sept. 1699, a son and successor,

Samuel Tcfsell, Esq. of Moken Hadley, Jliddlesex, and
of Langleys, Essex, a Commissioner for Settling Commerce,
and M.P. 1727 for Maiden, 1723 for Colchester, and 1741 for
Great Marlow. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of George Cressener,
Esq., and had issue,

I. John Jolliffe, his heir.

II. George Foster, of Chichester, Col. of the East Middlesex
Militia^''. 1723, M.F. for Beverley 1762 and 1774. He m.
Is", 11 F"eb. 1744, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of — Foster,
Esq. of Ireland, which marriace was dissolved by Act of
Parliament in 1758, and 2ndly, Mary, dau. of — Farhill, Esq.
of Chichester, and dying 10 July, 17S8, left by his 2nd wife,

1 William, of Chichester, 6. 1769 ; ra. Mary, dau. and co-
heir of Lough Carleton, Esq., and by that lady, who d.
31 Aug. 1S29, left at his decease, 26 April, 1809, two sons
and a dau.,
Henry (the Right Hon.), P.C., M.P., m. 1st, 1830, Anne
Augusta, dau. of Sir Robert Wilmot-Horton, 3rd Bart,
of Osmaston, and had one dau., Augusta Theresa, m.
Very Rev. Arthur Henry Anson, Dean of Chester. He
'//I. 2ndly, 1844, Hon. Frances Byng, dau. of Gen. John,
1st Lord, afterwards Earl of Strafford, and had by her
one dau., Caroline Mary, m. 20 June, 1870, Col. Cranmer
Byng, Grenadier Guards. He m. Srftly, 1848, Lady
Anne Primrose , dau. of Archibald, 4th Earl of Kosebery ,
K.T.,bvwhom (who d. 17 Sept. Is62) he had a son,
Henry Archibald, Ch. Ch. Oxford, b. 15 May, 1854.
Mr. 'i'utTneli d. It54, and his widow 1802.
Edward Carleton, Barrister, m. 2i April, 1846, Honoria
Mary, only dau. of Col. Macadam, K.U., and by her
(who d. April 21, 1877) had issue,

1 Carleton, Commander R.X. (retired), of Dollar's
House, Ilurlford, Ayrshire, D.L., b. 13 June, 1»47 ;
VI. 10 Jan. 1878, Charlotte Henrietta, dau. of Hon.
B. F. Primrose, C.B.

2 Edward, Major Royal Irish Kegt.,

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