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6. 13 June, 1848;
rn. 3 Feb. 1883, Catherine, 3rd dau, of Gilbert
McMicking, of Miltontsc, Wigtonshire.

3 Frederick iRev.), of Wyke House, Weymouth, M.A.
Magdalen Coli. Oxford, b. 21 Oct. Ib60 ; m. 4 Aug.
18»7, Hon ilargarct Vernon, 4th dau. of Augustus
Heniy, 6th Lord Vernon, and by her (who d. 27 Dec.
1&88/ has issue, Honoria Margaret, 6. 21 Dec. 1888.

1 Mary.

Maria, d. unm.
2 John Charles, Lieut.-Col. Middlesex Militia, m. Uliana
Ivaniona, only dau. of Eev. John Fowell, D.D., and d.
1841, having had issue,

John Charles Fowell (Rev.), Rector of Edburton, Sussex,
m. Elizabeth, dau. of Hugh Penfold, Esq., and had issue,
Charles, Elizabeth, Mary, and Edward, lied. I8b6.

William, d. unm. Arthur Bonham, d. unm.

Edward Wyndham (Right Rev.), D.D., formerly Pellow
of Wadham Coll. Oxford, afterwards Rector of Beech-
ingstoke, Wilts, and Prebendary of Salisbury, Bishop
of Brisbane, Australia, 1859 to 1874, Vicar of Feipliam,
Bognor, since 1882, b. 3 Oct. 1814; m. 12 Feb. Ib67, his
cousin, Laura Louisa Tuffnell, ut supra, and has a
son, Arthur Wyndham, b. 16 Feb. 1872, and a dau. Ida
Mary Uliana, b. 12 Sept. 1870.

* This Alderman Joliffe was son of Thomas Joliffe, Esq. of
Leek. co. Stafford, and of Buglawton, co. Chester, by Elizabeth
bis wife, dau. of Edward Mainwaring, Esq. of Whitmore.

Thomas Jolliffe, of Mount Street, Dublin, F.R.C.S.I., m,
1844, Henrietta, dau. of Croasdaile Molony, Esq. of
Grauahan, and widow of Robert Fannin, Esq., and d.
1885, leaving issue, Iva, »!. Peter Leslie Peacocke,
Esq., and F'lorence, m. 17 March, 1881, Thomas
Turbitt, Esq. of Owenston.

Thomis Robert, Deputy-Chairman of the AV'cst Indian
Mail Packet Company, m. 1st, Frances, dau. of Major
J. W. Hutchinson, 7th Highlanders, and 2ndly, Maria
Jane, dau. of Henry Bond, Esq., and by his 1st wife
(who d. 18G0) has issue, Robert Hutchinson Campbell,
Horace Charles, Carleton Fowell, and Lionel Grant.

JIary Jane, m. Lieut. Edward Jennings, R.N., and has

Fanny, m. Ven. Archdeacon Keays, of Bombay, and d.
leaving issue.

Henrietta Susanna, in. Capt. Dewell, and d. leavinc:
one son.

3 Samuel Jolliffe, Prebendary of Chichester and Vicar of
Hurston anil North Mundham : he m. and had issue,
one dau. Ellen, wjro is married.

4 George, an Officer in the Guards, d. U7im.
1 Frances Maria, deceased.

III. William, who assumed the surname of Jolliffe, pui-"-
suant to the will of Sir William Jolliffe. He d. 21 April,

I. Elizabeth, ") bothtZ. unm., the elder in 1794, the younger

II. Mary Anne, 3 in 1790.

Mr. Tufnell dying 28 Dec. 1758, was bur. at Pleshey, and was
s. by Ilia eldest son,

John Jolliffe Tufnell, Esq. of Langleys, i/i. Anna, dau.
of William Mceke, Esq. of Beverley, co. York, and had issue,

I. Samuel Jolliffe. his heir.

II. William, b. 24 Dec. 1749; m. 20 Sept. 1777, Anna, eldest
dau. of John Close, Esq. of Easby House, co. York, and by
her (who d. 1824) left issue at his decease, 1814,

1 John Jolliffe, successor to his uncle.

2 William (Rev.), ni. Anna Maria, dau. of John Naylor,
Esq. of Wakefield, co. York, and had a dau. Katheiiae

3 George (Rev.), of Uffington, Berks, m. 1821, Maria
Newton, dau. of Cornelius Kortwright, Esq. of Hylands,
Essex, and has had issue,

Frederick (Rev.), vi. Frances, dau. of G. W. D'Aeth,

Robert, in. Jessie, dau. of Sir William Cui-tis, 2nd Bart.

of CuUands; she li. 1877.
Artiiur. Vincent Frederick.

Georgiana Maria, m. 22 June, 1848, George Grcnfell,

2nd Lord Wolverton.
Emily, d. unm.

Ellen Mary, m. Col. Greathed, C B., and d. 1803.
Margaret Elizabeth, d. 1871.

1 Eliza Anne, m. 1 Aug. 1797, Sir Thomas Pilkington, 7tb
Bart, of Chevet.

2 Maria. 3 Jane.

4 Louisa Anne, j;i. 21 Dec. 1805, Sir William Laurence
Y'oung, 3rd Bart, of North Dean.

5 Anne, )/i. J. W. Holder, Esq.

III. John, of Waltham, Essex, m. Miss Beaulicu, and left
two sons, John and William.

IV. Richard, d.s.p.

Mr. Tufnell d. 23 Sept. 1794, and was 5. by his eldest son,

Samuel Jolliffe Tufnell, Esq. of Langleys, at whose
decease, unm. 9 May, 1820, the estates devolved on his nephew,
John Jolliffe Tufnell, Esq. of Langleys, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1823, b. 21 Sept. 1778 : m. 29 June, ISOl, Cathe-
rine Dorothy, eldest dau. of Sir Michael Pilkington, 6th Bart,
of Chevet, co. York, and by her (who d. 13 Jan. 1850) had

I. John Jolliffe, now of Langleys.

II. William .Michael, of llattield Place, Essex, J.P. and D.L.,
b. 31 Jan. 1810; m. 11 May, 1841, Eliza Isabella, elilest
dau. of Sir John Tyrell, 2nd Bart, of Borehaiu, and lias

1 John Lionel Tufnell-Tibell, Lieut. -Col. 2nd Vol.
Batt. Essex Regt., late Capt. Rifle Brigade, of Boreham, Chehusford, Essex, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1887, b. 21 Dec. 1842, s. his maternal grandfather 1877,
and assumed the surname of Xykell; m. 1878, Frances,
dau. of John Westcott, Esq. of Sturminster.

1 Agnes Mary, m. 28 April, 1870, Cupt. Arthur Chandos
Arkwright, 2nd Life Guards, of The Mount, Oswestry.

III. Thomas Pilkington, b. 5 April, 1819 ; ?«. 1853, Harriet
Emily, dau. of — Symonds, Esq.

IV. George Cressner (Rev.), M..A., Rector of Little Easfun,
Dunmow, b. 23 May, 1821 ; m. 7 .Vug. 1855, Gratiana Fanny,
dau. of Rev. Thomas Collingwood Hughes, and by her (who
d. 1859) had is.sue, Hugh Richard, b. 13 Oct. 1857 ; Alice
Clara, ;/v. 27 July, 1881, Francis Henry Dawkiiis, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law ; and Grace Fanny.

I. Isabella Anne, ?u. William Ruggles, Esq.
1 II. Elizabeth, ?/i.liev. Heury Cockerell, and d. 7 Feb. 1841.





III. Catherine, m. Eev. Eoundell 'foke.

:v. Maria Louisa.

V. Anne, m. Geurse Young Kouson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.

vi. Harriet Dorothea.

He d. 18 July, 1804.

Arms — Az., on a fosse arg., between three ostrich feathers
erect ppr., as many martlets sa. Crest — A dexter arm em-
bowcd in armour ppr., hokliiiff in tlie gauntlet a cutlass arg.,
liilt cr.

Sea<— Langleys, near Chelmsford, Essex.


TuiTE, Egbert Steatfoed, Esq. of Killeen, co.
Longford, and Cloone, co. CaTan, J. P. for co.
Longford, Major 4tli Batt. Eojal Irisli Fusiliers, b.
27 July, 1852 ; w. 15 May, 1888, Georgina Phelps,
eldest surviving dau. of tlie late Surgeon-Major
George Roche Smith, 2nd Queen's Royals, by Grace
Elizabeth, his -wife, dau. of Major Robert Hedges
Maunsell, 39th Regt., of Plassey, co. Limerick, and
Las issue,

Thomas Makk Habdress, b. 17 April, 1S91.
Norman Eric Maunsell, b. 25 April, 1892.
Gladys Grace Dawson- Dauier.

Liineage. — This family, of Norman origin, lone settled
and holding high offices in that country prior to 1006 ; settled
in England after the Conquest. Sir Uichabd de Tuite accom-
panied the Earl of I'ein broke into Ireland, 1172, and was
killed in Athloue 1210, while holding a Court, he being a Lord
Justice. He erected the famous abbey of Lara, near Granard,
CO. Longford, in 1205, long the burial place of the Princes of
Annaly, and where he himself was bur. Sir Eichard left two

Sir Eichard de Tuite, surnamed The Black, Baron of Moy-


Maurice Tuite, ancestor of Tuite of Sonagh (see Bdrke's
Feerage and barondage).
A branch of the family of Tcite of Sonagh. possessing lands in
the cos. of Longford, Cavan, and Meath, descends from
Edward Thomas Tuite, of Tuitestown, co. Westmeath,
High Sheriff 1642, who, while sheriff, raised the county
against His Majesty's army, and was killed in a battle near
Ticroghan; in consequence of which, his estates of Tuitestown,
Ledwithstown, Carolstown, CoWestown, and others, became
forfeited, and were granted to Philip, Lord Wharton, and were
claimed by Thomas Tcite, son of Edward ThomasTuite, in 1G04,
but the " Act of Explanation" of 1066, excluded the claims
of Innocents {set Report of Carte Papers, 1869, at the Bodleian
Lib., Oxford).

Thomas Tdite, grandson of Edward Thomas Tuite, settled at
Carragh, Granard, co. Longford, in 1700, and ni. 1720, Kath-
leen, dau. of James Major, Esq. of Higginstown, in that co ,
and d. 1772, aged 92, leaving two sons, Francis; James, 6.
1732 ; and one dau. surviving. elder son,

Francis Tuite, b. 1730; 7/i. 1752, Ilachel, dau. of Eev.
Edward Groome, M.A., of Eyre Court, co. Galway , and d. 3
May, 1813, leaving two sons,

1. TnoMAS, his heir,

2. Edward, rf. 1794.
The elder son,

Thomas Tuite, Esq. of Eockfield, Granard, 6. 10 April, 1756;
was a very extensive land agent, and held, with other
agencies, that of his kinsman. Sir Henry Tuite, 8th Bart, of
Sonagh. He 7/i. 1790, Alary, dau. of Edward Eeid, Esq., J. P.,
of Galmoylestown, CO. Meath, and by her (who d. 23 Aug.
1827; had issue,

Tkomas, his heir. Edward, d. 15 May, 1876.

Alice Palles, d. 11 Aug. 1830.

Jane, d. June, 1831.

Matilda Maconchy, rf. 1870. Maria, d. 1863.

Eachel Groome, rf. 4 July, 1822.

Mr. Tuite rf. 26 June, 1S27, and was s. by

Tno.MAS Tuite, Esq. of Granard, co. Longford, b. 11 March,
1806 ; ill. 10 Nov. 1842, Eleanor, dau. of Capt. Eobert Stratford,
of Anne's Grove, co. Westmeath, and had issue,

I. Thomas Groome, b. 21 April, 1845; d. 11 July, 1858.

II. EoBEaT Stratford, of Killeen and Cloone.

I. Mary, rf. 29 Sept. 1843.

II. Annie Jane, rf. unm. 31 March, 18S8.
Mr. Thomas Tuite rf. 29 Sept. 1893.

Seats— KiMeea, Granard, co. Longford ; and Cloone, Gowna,
CO. Cavan.
JRe3idence—92, Pembroke Eoad, Dublin.


TuLL, Albert Richaed, Esq. of Crookham
Berks, J.P., High Sheriff 1875, M.A. Exeter Coll.
Oxford, b. 8 Oct. 1835 ; m. 30 Sept. 1873, Florence,
4th dau. of the late James Biytli, Esq. of Wool-
hampton House, Reading, and has issue,

I. Albert Sancton Blyth, 6. 9 March, 1885.

I. Florence Isabel.

II. Constance Euphemia,

III. Helen Maud.

IV. Evelyn Mary,

Lineage.— Eichard Tull, Esq. of Crookham House, J.P_
and D.L., m. 4 Sept. 1834, Sarah, dau. of John Sancton, Esq.
of Hornsey, Middlesex, and by her (who rf. 22 Aug. 1854) had.

Albert Eichard, now of Crookham.
Mr. Tull rf. 28 July, 1863.

&a(— Crookham House, Newbury, Berks.

c;«is— Conservative ; and New University, S.W.


TuNNAED, Chaeles Thomas, Esq. of Eramplom
House, CO. Lincoln, J. P., b. 21 Dec. 18)3 ; 7n. 1S66,
Georgina, dau. of Conolly Norman, Esq. of Eahaii
House, CO. Donegal, aud has issue,

I. John Charles, b. 26 Nov. 1873.

It. Christopher Coney, b. 20 April, 1875.

III. Conolly Norman, b. 10 Nov. 1876.

IV. Samuel Langton, b. 6 Dec. 1878.

V. Thomas Monckton, b. 6 Sept. 1882.

I. Georgina Martha, m. 23 June, 1891, Henry Edwin Briggs,

II. Anne Isabel. iii. ViolaBlanche.
IV. Eosalie Mary.

Lineage.— The Tuknards are of great antiquity in co.
Lincoln. It is stated that MSS. in the British Museum make
it appear that lands were held by, and granted to, this family
at the period of the Norman Conquest. Alan Townehtbd
possessed a good estate 6 Edward III., a.d. 1333, and Jons
Tdnhard, and Maria his wife, were living 4 Eichard II.,
1381. From them descended

JouN ToNNARD, Sheriff of Lincoln, temp. Henry VI., about
1440, was ancestor of

Gregorie Tonnard, who had a special grant from taa
Crown, 1524, temp. Henry Vill.

Eichard Tonnard, his son, rf. circa 1580. Fourth in descent
from him was

Thomas Tunnard, Esq., m. 1699, Mary Cony, and heir of the
ancient family of Cony, and rf. 16 J9, leaving two sons, Samuel
and Coney. The younger son.

Coney Tunnard, Esq. of Frampton Hall, High Sheriff 1733,
left an only son,

Eichard Tonnard, Esq. of Frampton Hall, who rf. 1761,
leaving an only child and heir, m. Eobert Barlow, Esq., upon
whose decease s. p. the estate devolved upon the family of
Barnard and the descendants of Samuel Tunnard, Esq. That
gentleman's only son,

John Tunnard, Esq. of Frampton Hall, rii. 1743, and heir
of the family of Burrill, and rf. 1781, leaving issue,
John, his heir.

Samuel, ra. Hannah, heir of William Hildyard, Esq. of Gox-
hill Priory, and rf. 1818, leaving an only child, Frances, m.
1824, Eichard Thorold, Esq. of Weelsby House, co. Lincoln.
Thomas, of Frampton Hall, rf. 1815, leaving, by Anna his
wife, an only son, Thomas, who rf. u7iiii. Ib46, and a dau.
Elizabeth Anna, m. 1824, Rev. Charles Moore, and d. lt>37,
leaving an only son, Charles Thomas John Moore, Esq. of,
F rampton Hall, and three daus.
Elizabeth, to. Thomas Carleton, Esq. of Carleton, and d.
leaving issue, two daus., Elizabeth, m. Samuel Fydell, Esq.
of Tiekencote Hall, co. Eutland, and Mary, m. Henry
Tufnell, Esq.

Mary, m. John Wilson, Esq. She d. leaving two daus., Ann,
m. John Lewis Ffjtche, Esq. of Thorpe Hall, co. LiuLoln,.
and Mary, m. Anthony Taylor Peacock, Esq. of .South,
Kyme, whose only son assumed the name of Willson.
The eldest son,

John Tunnard, Esq. of Frampton House, m. and rf. 1818,,

leaving issue, i. Charles Keightley, his heir; i. Elizalioth,

m. John Pearson, Esq. ; ii. Mary, m. John Fardell, Esq. The

son and heir,

Charles Keightley Tunnakd, Esq. of Frampton House>





J.P. and D.L., Major and Commandin!: Officer Holland Yeo-
manry, »i. Charlotte, youngest dau. ot" Bartholomew Claypon,
Esq. of Ijoston, and had issue,

John-, his heir.

Bartholomew, formerly Capt. 27th Uest., m. l.i Oet. 1S50,
Harriet Jane, yonn.i:e"st dau. of the Hon. and Uev. Richard
Bruce Stopford, > ounser son of James, '2nd Earl of Coiir-
town, and d. 1S75, having had issue, four sons and one

Jane Charlotte, m. Rev. Christopher D. Francis, Vicar of
Tysoe, co. Warwick, and d. 30 Oct. 1S59, leaving issue, six

Elizalieth, m. Rev. G. E. Downe, Rector of Rushden, co.
Xorthampton, and has issue.
Mr. Tunnard d. 11 Aug. 1837, and was s. by his eldest son,

Kev. John Td.nsard, of Frampton House, M.A., J.l'., Rector
cf Frampton, m. 9 F"eb. 1S43, JIartha Copland, dau. of Charles
Tawney, Esq. of eo. 0.\ford, and had issue,

Charles Thomas, now of Frampton House.

Samuel John, 6.20 July, IS45; d. 28 March, 1846.

John Bartholomew, b. H March, 1847.

Christopher Claypon, 6. 2 Oct. Is52.

Frances Martha, m. Herbert Reid Lcmpriere, formerly C ipt.
67th Regt., youngest son of the late William CliarleJ
Lempriere, late Capt. R.H.A., of Ewell, co. Surrey.

Mr. Tunnard d. 22 Nov. 1877, and was s. by his eldest son, now
of Frampton House,

Ai-iiis — Erm., on a chevron sa., between two dragons' heads
erased ppr. in chief and a bugle-horn of the second, stringed
gu., in l.ase, a griffin's head couped between two bugle-horns,
stringed or. Ci\st — A swan, wings elevated erni., beaked or,
legged sa., the dexter leg resting on a bugle-horn also sa.,
stringed gu.

iScat— Frampton House, Boston, co. Lincoln.


TrppEE, Basil de Beautoir, Esq. of Ilaiite-
yille House, Guernsey, Col. (retired) Eoyal Artil-
lery, b. 1S41 ; ?M. 1879, Mary, dau. of Lieut.-Col.
Mackenzie late 60tli Rifles, and has issue,

I. Mary Catherine Mackenzie, 6. 1879; d. 1SS3.

II. Frances de Beauvoir, b. 1883.

III. Dorothy Friaulx, b. 1884.

IV. 3Iarjorie de Vic, b. 1886.

liiueage. — The Tcppers are descended from an ancient
Saxon family, variously spelt Toupard or Toupart, in the Low
Countries, and according to documentary evidence, Topffer,
Topfer, Topfer, Topper, and TofTer, in Germany, where the
name and other memorials of the family have existed since
1270. From religious persecutions, and from having been heavy
sufferers by the loss of property and estates, the Tuppers re-
moved from " Cassel," Hesse Cassel, Upper Saxony, in the
year 15'22, to the Low countries, and thence took refuge in
England temp. Henry VIII. Two brothers, Robert and Henrt
TcppER, settled at Chichester, Sussex, and William, a third
brother, fixed himself in London, and acquired by letters patent
(in which he is styled gentleman, of London) lands from l^ueen
Elizabeth, atSeaford, Sussex, and had other grants of manors
and tenements from the Crown in that county, co. Essex, and
CO. Gloucester. Another member of the family settled at
Sandwich, Kent, and he or his descendants emigrated in the
sixteenth century to America, and became the founders of the
numerous branches now existing in various parts of the United
States and Dominion of Canada. Two other members fled
from " Cassel," before 1522; one of whom settled in Holland,
and his descendant, Daniel Tupper, held 1813 the municipal
office of Burgomaster of Rotterdam ; the other settled in
Switzerland, and became the progenitor of Eodolphe Topffer,
the celebrated author.

The first of the family who settled in Guernsey was John
TcppER, son of Henry of Chichester, mentioned ante, who, while
on his passage to Bordeaux, was shipwrecked on the island,
where he to. Mary, the only dau. and heir {by CoUette his
wife, only dau. of Hillary Gosselin, Esq., Bailiff or Chief Magis-
trate of Guernsey, and relict of Thomas le Marchant, Esq.) of
Peter le Pelley, and settled in the island, where he subse-
quently purchased a large estate, and became the ancestor of
the Tuppers, who have been from that period among the first
families of Guernsey. This John Tupper rf. IGOl, leaving two
sons and two daus., John ; Peter, who removed to England ;
Jlary, d. v.nm. : and Elizabeth, d. in London. Their father
dying young, Peter Carey, Lieut.-Governor of Guernsey, was
guardian to two of these children, and Robert Tupper, of Chi-
chester, their uncle, to the other two. The said I'eter Tupper,

son of John, removed from Guernsey to Chichester in the 17th
century, and one of his sons, a clergymen, resided in the island
of Barl adoes. West Indies, from whence, tradition states, he, or
his family, emigrated to North America. The elder son, John
Ti-ri>ER, in. his cousin Elizabeih, dau. of Hillary Gosselin,
Attorney-General of Guernsey, and w:is father of John Topper,
who m. 1655, Jeanne Roland, of an ancient French family, and
by her had a son, John Tupper, who, 169'2, conveyed, at great
personal risk, information to the English Admiral, Russell,
which led to the victory of La Hogue, and for whicli gallant
service Mr. Tupper was presented by King William and Queen
JIart with a massive gold chain and medal, wliicli are now in
the possession of his heir-male, Col. Basil de Beadvoir
Ti-PPER. PeterTupper* the only brother of the aforesaid John,
held a naval commission under William III.

Elisha Tupper, Esq. of Hautcville House, Guernsey, a
Jurat of the Royal Court, 6. 1720; m. 1750, Margaret, sole
bcir of John Tupper, Esq.; d. 1802, and had (with other
eliildren who </. young),

I. Daniel, his heir.

II. William de Vie, b. 1757; d. u-xm.

III. John Elisha, of The Cotils, b. 1764; m. 1789, Elizabeth,
dau. of John Brock, Esq., and only son of Major-Gen. Sir
Isaac Brock, K.B. ; d. 1845, leaving issue.

I. Emilia, m. 1796, Sir Peter de llavilland, Knt., ChiefMagis-
trate of the Royal Court of Guernsey, and President of the
States of that Island : d. 1850.

n. Elizabeth, ra. 1792, William le JIarchant, Esq. of Havelet
House, and had issue, one surviving child, Henrietta, ra.
Jlaurice de Courcy, Eso., late Capt. 97th licet., and d.
III. Margaret, in. 1779, Isaac Carey, Esq. of Hauteville and
of Le 'Vallon, St. Martin's; d. 1837, having had issue.
The eldest son,

Daniel TcppEB, Esq. of Hauteville House, 6. 1753; in. 1793,
Catherine, his 3rd cousin, and eldest dau. of John Tupper,
Esq., Jurat of the Royal Court of Guernsey; d. 1808, and by
her (who d. 1846) had issue,

I. Elisha, b. 1794, formerly Gentleman-Commoner of Exeter
Coll. Oxford; in. 18;U, Elizabeth Eleanor, 2nd dau. of Joha
Macqueen, Esq. of Jamaica, and of Basseldon, Hants, by
Blary, 3rd dau. of John Murray, Esq. of Philiphaugh, Scot-
land, and d. 1858, having Liy her (who d. 1837) had no

II. Carre William, M.A., late of Hautcville.

III. Daniel, of Melrose, Guernsey, fiirmerly a Lieut, in the
army, and Receiver-General of Guernsey, b. 1800 ; in. 1823,
Anna Maria, youngest dau. of Miijor-ijen. John Gaspard le
Mirchant (who gallantly fell at the head of his biigade at
the battle of Salamanca), and sister of Sir Denis le Mar-
chant, Bart., and d. 1879, leaving issue by her (who d.

1 Gaspard le Marchant, of 24, Cornwall Gardens, S.W.,
b. 1826, Lieu.-Gen. R.A., served in the Crimean war,
was wounded at the battle of Inkerman, was present at
the battles of Balaclava and Tchernaya, and during the
siege and fall of Sebastopid ; was created a Kniaht of the
Turkish Order of the Medjidie, and received the Sar-

* Peter Topper, in. Elizabeth Le Cocq, and had a son, John
TuppEB, of Guernsey, Lieut.-Col., iu. Mary Ann, dau. of Alder-
man Perchard, and was father of John Tupper, Esq. of The
PoUett, Guernsey, in. Catherine Bowden, and had eleven chil-
dren, of whom was Martin Tupper, Esq. of Guernsey and of
.\lbury, Surrey, m. 7 Aug. 1809, Ellin Devis, dau. of Robert
Marris, Esq. of co. Lincoln, and d. 8 Dec. 1844, having by her
(who d. 23 June, 1847) had issue,
Martin Farquhar, of Albury, Surrey, D.C.L., F.R.S., of
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, b. 17 July, 1810 ; m. 26
Nov. 1S35, Isabella, only dau. of A. W. Devis, Esq., late of
Calcutta, and d. Nov. 18S9, having by her (who d. 1885)
had issue,

I. Martin Charles Selwtn, 29th Regt., b. 1841; d. 22
Oct. 1879.

II. William Knighton, b. 1844.

III. Henry de Keauvoir, b. 1847; d. 1871.

IV. Walter Farquhar, 6. 5 Oct. 1848.

I. Ellin Isabelle.

II. Mary Fiances, m. John Clayton Adams, of Edmonton.

III. Margaret Elenora.

IV. Alice Evelyn, b. 1861, cZ. 1854.

Daniel, of the Lord Chamberlain's OfSce, m. Ellinor, dau.
of Capt. Anley, R.N., and d. 1869, leaving three sons and
three daus.

Arthur Chilver, late Capt. Brecon Rifles, d. 1876.

Cliarles William, late Capt. 7th Royal F'ustliers, tn. 20 Aug.
IHIG, F'rances Letitia, dau. of the late bir Jonah Denny
Wheeler Cutte, Bart., and d. 18S1, leaving issue, 1 Cliarles
Lewis, Bengal Civil Service, b. 1848 ; hi. 1875, Jessie, dau.
of Major-Gen. Henry Campbell Johnstone,, and has
issue ; 2 Reginald Godfrey Otway, Lieut. R.N. ; in. 1888,
Kmily Greer; 1 Ellin Harriet, d. unm. 1SS6.

William George, of Trin. Coll. Oxford ; d. 1854.





dinian medal, the Crimean medal and three clasps, and the
Turkish medal. He m. 1861, aiary Charlotte, eldest dau.
of the late Sir Charles Joshua Smith, 2nd Bart, of
Suttons, Essex, and has issue, Florence le Marchant, 6.

2 Daniel William, late Capt. 50th Regt., Queen's Own, and
Brevet Lieut.-Col. in the army, b. 1831, served in the
Crimean campaisn, at the battles of Alma and Inkernian,
and siege and fall of Sebastopol ; ho was created a Knight
of the Imperial Order of the Medjidie, and received the
Crimean medal and three clasps, and the Turkish medal :
Aide-de-Camp to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief
of Ceylon from 1857 to 1860, and Military Secretary to the
Governor of Madras. Served in the New Zealand war of
186;i-65 as Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier-Gencrul Carey,
C.B., and received the New Zealand medal; served on
the staff of that officer when in command of the troops in
Australia, and Acting Governor of Victoria, d. 1873. He
VI. 1870, Elizahetli, eldest dau. of the late Langham
Christie, Esq. of Preston Deanery, co. Northampton, and
sister of Langham Christie, Esq.of Glyndebourne, Sussex,
late M.P. for Lewes, and had a son, Charles George de
Beauvoir, b. 1872, entered R.N. as a cadet 1885, promoted
Lieut. 1892, killed by the explosion of a magazine at
Janeiro, 3 Nov. 1893, aged 21.

3 iEmilius de Vic, late Col. li.A., b. 1836, served at the
siege and fall of Sebastopol ; received the Crimean medal
and elasp, with Turkish medal; m. 1865, Eliza Jane, 2nd
dau. of Rev. \V. Waldegrave Park, of Ince Hall, co. Ches-
ter, and niece of Judge Park.

4 Richard Fanshawe, b. 1838 ; d. 1840.

5 Francis Gerard St. Geoige, 6. 1844, a senior Clerk in the
House of Commons; m. 4 Jan. 1888, Loveday Wilhclmina,
youngest dau. of William Bolitho, Esq. of Polwithen,

1 Anna Maria Eleanor, d. 1816.

2 Eliza Catherine, m. 1850, Rev. Robert le Marchant, M. A.
Trin. Coll. Dublin, Rector of Little Rissington, co. Glou-
cester, 3rd son of the late John le Marchant, Esq. of

3 Helen Annette, d. 1853.

4 Alice Mary, m. 1882, Henry Hall, formerly 23rd Royal
Welsh Fusiliers, son of R. W. Hall Dare, Esq., late M.P.
for South Essex.

IV. William le Mesurier, 6. 1804. was Capt. in the 23rd Regt.
(Royal Welsh Fusiliers), served in the expedition to Portugal
1827, under Lieut. -Gen. Sir William Clinton, was in the
service of Isabella II., Queen of Spain, as Col. of the 6th
Regt. of Scotch Grenadiers of the British Auxiliar

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