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sted, m. Hannah, dau. of Sir
Thomas Manby, of co. Lincoln, and dying 1708, was s. by his
only son,

Richard Ttlden, Esq. of Milsted, m. 1710, Elizabeth, dau.
of Thomas Osborne, Esq. of Place House, Hartlip, Kent, and
co-heir to her brothers, and by her (who d. 1766, aged 79) he
had issue, Richard Osborne, his heir ; Hannah, m. Edward
Belcher. Esq. of Ulcomb; Mary, m. April, 1748, Rev. Thomas
Bland, M.A. ; and Philippa. Mr. Tylden d. 1763, and was s.
by his son.

Rev. Richard Osborne Ttlden, of Milsted, Rector thereof,
5)1. Oct. 1754, Deborah, dau. and heir of Daniel May, Esq., and
had issue,

I. Richard, his heir.

II. Osborne, ot Torrj- Hill, Milsted, m. Miss Anne Withers,
of London, and dying 1827, left

1 Osborne, d. young.

2 Charles, Lieut. R.N., deceased.

3 John, Lieut.-Gen. and Col. R.A., d. 1866, leaving issue.

4 Henry, Lieut. B.N., married.

1 Anna, deceased.

2 Mary (Madame Maillie).

3 Eliza, married.

4 Emily, m. 1840, Lieut. -Col. Pattenson, of Ibornden.

5 Isabella, m. Capt. Luke Alen (who d. 1878), son of Col.
Alen, C.B., of St. Wolstan's, co. Kildare, and representa-
tive of Archbishop .ilen.

6 Imogen, m. Capt. Lempriere, E.A.

III. Richard Cooke, Rector of Milsted, who assumed the sur-
name and arms of Pattenson, in compliance with the testa-
mentary injunction of William Pattenson, Esq. of Ibornden,
Biddenden {see Pattenson).

I. Manby Md.ry, d. uani.

II. Elizabeth, m. 1st, Vallyer Baker, Esq. of Sittingboume,
and had a son, Vallyer. She -»i. 2ndly, John Withers, Esq.
of London.

Rev. Richard Osborne Tylden d. 1766, aged 44 (his widow m.

Rev. Edward Smith, Rector of Milsted), and was s. by his

eldest son,
Richard Ttlden, Esq. of Milsted Manor House, m. 1st,

Miss Mary Rolphe, of Ashford, and had one son,

Richard Osborne, Vicar of Chilham with Moldash, Kent, for
fifty-three years, m. 1st, Frances, 2nd dau. of William
Fairman, Esq., and by her (who d. April, 1849) left at his
decease, March, 1862, two daus., Frances Jane Kemp, m.
1857, John Blyth, Esq. and Annabella. The Rev. K. O.
Tylden vi. 2ndly, May, 1851, Harriot Leonora Fiances,
dau. of James Stanley Ireland, Esq,, by whom he had,
Richard, b. May, 1858, and Catherine Matilda. He d. March,

Mr. Tylden j,i. 2ndlv. Jane, dau. of Rev. Samuel Auchmuty,

Rector of New York, and sister to Lieut.-Gen. Sir Samuel
Auchmuty, G.C.B., by whom he had issue,

I. John Maxwell (Sir), of whom presently.

II. William Burton, late Brigadier-Gen. in the army, and
Col. R.E., m. 1st, 20 Aug. 1817, Leolina, eldest dau. of
William Baldwin, Esq. of Steed Hill, Kent, and by her had
two sons,

1 William, late of Milsted.

2 Richard, Col. R.E., C.B., A.D.C. to the Queen ; d. on
his passage home after the Crimean War, from wounds
received in the trenches.

He TO. 2ndly, 1851, Mary, widow of Capt. J. H. Baldwin,
and dau. of the late Rev. George Dinely Goodeve. Gen.
Tylden, mortally wounded at the battle of the Alma, d. the
day after the battle, 21 Sept. 1854, and his widow. Lady
Tylden, was raised to the same rank as if her husband had
survived to be made a K.C.B.
1. Mary Isabella, m. Rev. Ralph Price, Rector of Lyminge,

Mr. Tylden d. 2 Feb. 1832. His elder son by his 2nd wife,

Sill John Maxwell Ttlden, Knt. of Milsted, J. P. and
D.L., formerly Lieut. -Col. in command 52nd Regt., b. 25 Sept.
1787 ; m. 1st, 1829, Elizabeth, only dau. of Rev. Henry Lomax
Walsh, LLD., of Grimblesthorpe, co. Lincoln, and 2ndly,
Chariotte, dau. of Sir Robert Synge, Bart. By his 1st wife
(who d. 1839) he had a dau. Jane Elizabeth, m. 1860, Charles
Wright, Esq. (who took the surname of Ttlden before Wright),
and she d. 1868, leaving issue, Charles Maxwell, b. 1864. Sir
John Tylden d. 18 May, 1866. His nephew,

Rev. William Ttlden, M.A., of The Manor House, Milsted,
Vicar of Standford, near Hythe, 6. 3 July, 1818; m. 30 Nov.
1852, Eleanor Coates, 2nd dau. of Rev. James W. Bellamy,
Vicar of Sellinge, formerly head Master of Merchant Taylors'
School, and d. Feb. 1876, leaving issue,

I. Richard James, now of Milsted.

u. William, b. 1854.

III. Harry John, b. 1856, d. 16 July, 1892.

Arms—Az., a saltire erm. between four phcons or. Ci-est —

A battle-axe, with a serpent twining round it, all ppr. Motto —
Truth and liberty.

Seat — Milsted Manor House, Sittingboume.


Tyiee, Lieut.-CoI/. Charles John Eopee,
of Lodge, Linsted, co. Kent, J. P., h. 1835 ; Major
late 80th Foot, served in Crimea, China, and South
African campaigns, and in Perak expedition; m.
1865, Catharine, dau. of W. P. Dobson, Esq. of
Bearstead House, near Maidstone, and has issue,

William Charles, b. 1 Dec. 1866.

Lineage.— Peter Ttler, Capt. 52nd Foot, m. Hon. Anna.
Roper, dau. of Henry, 8th Lord Teynham, by his 3rd wife,
Anne, Baroness Dacre, and by her (^. 20 Aug. 1719, d. 1782)
had issue,

I. Francis Henry, of whom presently.

II. George Peter, m. Anne, dau. of Col. Charles Long, 84th
Regt., of Tubney, Berks, and widow of William Moscrop,
Esq., and d. at Bladras, 18 Oct. 1834, aged 72, having by
her (who 14 Nov. 1840) had issue, six sons and three daus.

III. Charles (Sir), G.C.B., Admiral R.N. {uetYLEB-of Cot-

I. F'rances Anne, m. James Wilder, Esq.

II. Mary, 6. Dec. 1757.

The eldest son,

Francis Henry Tyler, Esq., Solicitor ot the Court of
Chancery and Common Pleas, m. 1st, C Jan. 1785, his cousin,
Hon. Betty Maria Roper, elder dau. of Henry, 11th Lord
Teynham, and by her (who d. 1 March, 1788) had issue, an
only son,

Charles Henry, of Linsted Lodge.
He )i!. 2n(ily, 9 Aug. 1793, Hon. Catherine Roper, younger
dau. of Henry, 11th Lord Teynham, and by her (whod. 1 Jan.
1829) had issue, two sons and six daus. Mr. Tyler d. 9 April,
1815, aged 61. His eldest son,

Charles Henrt Tyler, Esq.of Linsted Lodge, Kent, D.L.,
Lieut.-Col. East Kent Militia, 6. 22 Feb. 1788; m. Delilah
Benwell, and by her (who d. 6 Dec. 1875) had issue,

I. Henry Francis, d. 7 April, 1850, aged 16.

II. Charles John Roper, of Linsted Lodge.

III. George William Roper, b. 22 Nov. Ia36; m. 14 Dec.
1861, Alice, rehct of Charles Lake, Esq. of Milsted, Kent,
and dau. of David Thomas Alston, Esq. of Cheney Itock,
Sheerness, and has issue, George Frederick. 6. 12 Aug.
1864; Percy, 6. 15 Feb. 1867; H«imrfi~*June, 1872.

6 Q 2





IV. Koper Dacre, Major late llth Foot.

V. Kreilerick lioper.

VI. Octavius, m. 14 Jlay, 1S74, Adola Louis.T, yonnccpt dau.
of liov. Jubn llan.ilton. Vicar of Linstid, Kciit, and lias
issue, Henry ; aiul Elnith.

I. Betty Maria liopcr.

II. Catherine lioper. m. IS Nov. 1S73, George Gott Nelson,
Capt. R.A. who (/. 1878.

Col. Tyler J. 2S Sept. 1S72.

Jrins—S:i . on a fesse wavy or, between three tigers passant
friiardaiit enuinois, a eross pat^o of the field between two cres-
cents gii. Ciisl — A tiger salient guardaut ppr., navally
crowned or.

jStdi— Lodge, Linstcd, co. Kent.


Tylke, George William, Esq. of Cottrell, co.
Glamorgan, Lieut. R-JST., b. 22 July, 1852 ; m. 6
Oct. lSt>7, Juliet Alice, only surviving dau. of
Major-Gen. John Wood, Bombay Staff Corps, and
has issue,

I. George Edwaed, b. 29 Oct. 18SS.

II. Trevor St. Vincent Frederick, b. 21 June, 1S91.
Liineag-e.—Pi;TEB Tyler. Esq., Capt 52nd Eegt., 77i. the

Hon. Anna Maria Hopcr, dau. of Henry, 8th Lord I'eynhaui,
by Anne, Baroness Dacre, his wife, and had issue,

I. Franxis Henrt (nee Tteer of Linsted).

II. George Peter, Madras O.S., m. Anna, dau. of Col. Charles
Long, S4th Kegt., of Tubney, Berks, and widow of William
Moscrop, Esq., and d. at Madras, 18 Oct. 1834, aged 72,
having by her (who d. 14 Nov. 1840) had issue,

1 George Dacre Alexander (Rev.), vi. Feb. 183S, Henrietta
Teresa, dau. ot Patrick Kirwan,Esq. of Cregg, co. Galway.

2 William Ilardinge, of The F'ranklands, Sussex, late of
the Bengal C.S., m. Christiana, ;dau. of Samuel Long, Esq.

3 Edward Francis, Bengal C.S.

4 Charles, Rector of Chelwood, m. Eliza, dau. of William
Lowndes,, Esq. of The Bury, Chesham, Bucks.

5 Barrett Leiinard, Col. H.M. 62ud Regt., d. of wounds
received at the taking of the Redan, Crimea.

6 Owen Blathwayt (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of North Wootton,
CO. Somerset.

1 Ann, 7/1. Rev. J. Jones.

2 Francis Cleveland, rn. Richard Lewis, Esq.

3 Gertrude, m. Richard Chatfield, Esq., Madras C.S.

III. Charles (Sir).
The youngest son.

Sir Charles Tyler, Admiral E.N., G.C.B., a highly dis-
tinguished naval oflicer, commanded the " Tonnant," 80, at
Trafalgar. Hej/i. 1st, Anne, only dau. of Charles Rice, Esq.,
R.N., and by her (who d. 1784), had one son, Charles, Comm.
R.N. lie m. 2ndly, 25 Nov. 17SS, Margaret, dau. of Abraliam
Leach, Esq. of Corston, co. Pembroke, and by her (who d. 15
July, 18S5) had issue,

I. George (Sir), of Cottrell.

II. Roper Trevor, M.A., J. P., of Mount Alyn, co. Denbigh,
Rector of Llantrithyd, co. Glamorgan, and Rural Dean, b.
April, 1801 ; d. 1885; m. 9 Aug. 1838, Isabel Bruce, 4th
dau. of John Bruce Pryce, Esq. of Duffryn, and had issue,

1 Trevor Bruce, Col. R.A. , of Llantrethyd, co. Glamorgan,
6. 7 Jan. 1811 ; m. 1873, Ada, dau. of the late Edward
Moseley Perkins, Esq. of Birtley Hall, co. Durham.

2 Hugh Maxwell, b. 25 Jan. 1846.

3 Robert Kingscote, 6. 22 Sept. 1849.

1 Alice Grey.

2 Isabel Frances, m. Hubert Churchill Gould, Esq. of

3 Amelia Blanche. 4 Helen Margaret.
Alma Mary.

I. Anne, m. Lieut. -Col. Wedgwood, Scots F'usilier Guards.
u. Caroline, m. R. J. Acland. Esq. of Boulston, co. Pembroke.

III. Emelia, 7?i. Major-Gen. Maiisell, K.H.

IV. Jane, m. Augustus Sullivan, Esq. of Riehings Lodge,

Sir Charles d. 28 Sept. 1835. His son.

Sir George Ttler, Knt., K.H., of Cottrell, co. Glamorgan,
J.P. and D.L. Vice-Admiral R.N., b. 28 Dec. 1792; m. 21
Sept. lolO, Harriet Margaret, dau. of the Right Hon. John
Sullivan, of Riehings Lodge, Bucks, by Lady lianiet, his
wife, dau. of George, 3rd E^tvlof Buckinghamshire, and had issue,

I. George Henry, of Cottrell, J.P. and D.L., Lieut. -Col. in
the army. Knight of the Legion of Honour, served as
Capt. lath 1 ight Infantry in the Crimea, and in the Indian
campaign, where he commanded the rear-guard at the relief
of Azimghur, b. 28 Feb. 1824.

II. Charles Iredeiick, an Officer in the army, 6. 20 Sept.
1825; m. Kate, dau. of Major Binden, and had issue,
George William, now of Cottrell.

III. Alfred, 6. 19 Nov. 1820 ; deceased.

IV. Gwinnett, of Mount Gernos, co. Cardigan, J.P. and D.L.,
furnierly Lieut. R.N., b. 25 Feb. 182&; m. 1852, Judith,
dau. and heir of JIajor Parry, of Mount Gernds, and d.
March, 1886, leaving issue,

1 Gwinnett George, J. P., of Mount Gernos, co. Cardigan,
6. 1853.

2 Charles Eustace Parry. 3 Cecil Daere.
4 William Ronald Woudville.

1 Harriet Ada. 2 Isabel Vcrre.

3 Grace Beatrice Daisy.

4 Rose de Noel St. Vincent, d. young.

V. Edward (Rev.), b. 25 Sept. 1830.

VI. John Hobart, late COth Rifles, J. P., of Manor House, St.
Hilary, co. Glamorgan, b. 18 Oct. 1831.

VII. St. Vincent, of Wistcston Court, Maiden, co. Hereford,
J. P., lale Capt. Royal Cheshire Militia, b. 12 Dec. 1834; s.
to the W'isteston property by the bequest of Mrs. Gwinnett,
1803 ; ni. 1862, Emma Maude, dau. of John Lewis Phipps,
Esq. of Leighton, Wilts, and d. 25 Aug. 1869. His widow
m. 2ndly, 1872, theMarchese di Gallidoro.

VIII. Augustus, deceased.

I. Harriet Georglna, ;);. 1st, E. P. Richards, Esq. of PlaB-
newydd, co. Glamorgan, and 2ndly, Col. Pierrepoint
Mundy, R.A.

II. Ann Maria.

HI. Caroline, to. 1st, 1S56, Hon. Windham Henry Wyndham
Quin (d. 1865), 2nd son of Windham Henry, 2nd Earl of
Dunraven. She m. 2nd!y Col. N. 0. S. Turner, R.A.

IV. Louisa, m. George, only son of the Hon. Howe Browne.
Sir George Tyler d. 1862.

^rms— Sa., on a fesse wavy or, between three tigers passant
guardant erminois, a cross patti^e of the first between two
crescents gu., in the centre chief point, pendent from a ribbon,
a representation of the gold medal presented to the late Sir
Charles Tyler by command of the Sovereign for the gallant
Admiral's services at the battle of Trafalgar (in which he com-
manded the "Tonnant"), and underneath the word "Trafal-
gar," in letters of gold. CreU — A tiger salient guardant ppr.,
navally crowned or, in the dexter paw a flag-staff, therefrom
flying the F'rench tri-coloured flag depressed and reversed.

&at— Cottrell, Cardiff.

11. Maude Margaret.


Tyndall, Egbert, Esq. of Oaklands, co. Wex-
ford, J.P. for that CO. and co. Kilkenny, b. 21
.April, 1837; m. 19 March, 1872, Emily Thomasina
Mary, dau. of Ilenry Samuel Hunt lioyse, Esq. of
Baunow, Capt. K.N., D.L. for co. W^exford, and
has had issue,

I. Robert, 6. 12 Sept. 1874.

II. Henry Samuel, b. 5 March, 1876.

III. Edward Boyse, b. 11 Oct. 1879; d. 31 May, 1881.

IV. William Harman, b. 15 Nov. 1883.
1. Emily Grace Sophia Cora.

Lineage. — Eodert Tyndall, Esq. of the city of Dublin,
temp. George III., had by Elizabeth his wife, a son,

Robert Tyndall, Esq. of Eollevue Park, co. Dublin, and
Oaklands, co. Wexford, to. 1st, 1799, Elizabeth, dau. of Rev.
William Bolton, by whom (who d. 30 June, 1807, and was
bur. at St. Michan's Dublin) be had (with three children, who
rf. young, and were bur. at the same place) a son and a

Robert, his heir.

Elizabeth, m. 1827, Alexander Richard Pope, Esq. of Eock-
suire, co. Waterford, who d. 1848, leaving issue.
Mr. Tyndall to. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Michael Lewis, Esq.
of Ballinderry and Myrtle Grove in King's cc, by whom
(who d. 9 March, 1840, aged 65, and was bur. at St. Michan's)
he had (with four other children, who d. young and are
bur. at the same place) a dau.,
F'rances Isabella, m. William Hales Carroll, Esq. of Har-

court Street, Dublin, and d. 14 Jan. 1842, aged 27, leaving

Mr. Tyndall d. 25 May, 1834, aged 65, and was bur. at St.
Michan's, when he was s. by his son,

Robert Tyndall, Esq. of Oaklands, J.P. cos. Wexford,
and Kilkenny, High Sheriff for the latter co. 1844, b. 1800:
111. 3 June, 1833, Grace Sophia, only dau. of Rev. Thomas
llarnian, of Palace, co. Wexford, and by her (who d. 21 Nov.
1883) had issue,

I. Robert, his heir.

II. Thomas llarnuin. Executive Engineer, Public Works,
India, 6. 7 April, 1840 ; m. 12 Nov. Is67, Cecilia I.ucy, dau.
of Charles W ebb, Esq., M.D., of Exeter, and had itsue

1 Charles Cecil Robert, b. 8 Nov. 1868.

1 Muriel, b. 30 Sept. 1871, d. young.

2 Aileeu Olive Napier





HI. Samuel William, of Bailjannp, co. Wexford, Col. Durham
LiSht Infantry, 6. 1=> Nov. 1842 ; d. 15 July, 1888.

IV. Albert Henry, Executive Engineer, Public Work.s, India ,
li. 27 Aug. 1844.

A-. Arthur, a landowner in South Australia, h. 23 Dec. 1846.

I. Sarah, d. v.nm. 12 Nov. 1877. ii. Elizabeth.

III. Sophi.i Grace. iv. Hannah Jane.

Mr. Tyndall d. 18S0, and was s. by hi,s eldest son, Eobeut
TiNDALL, now of Oaklands.

Seat— Oalilands, New Eos.s, co. Wexford.



Kemets-Ttnte, Halswell Milboexe, Esq. of
Halswell, Somerset, Cefn-Mably, co. Glamorgan,
and Burleigh Hall, co. Leicester, J. P. and D.L. co.
Monmouth, J. P. for cos. Glamorgan and Somerset,
late Capt. Ist Somerset Militia, 6. 1852; m. 1875,
Eosabelle Clare, eldest dau. of Theobald Walsh,
Esq. of Tyrrelston, co. Kddare, and has issue,

I. Charles Theodore Halsweli., h. 18 Sept. 1876.

II. Eustace, 6. 10 April, 1878.

I. Mary Arabella Swinnerton, 5. 6 April, 1884.

liineage. — From MSS. in the British Museum we find the
name of

Egbert Ttnte, of Wrasall, Somerset, who (6 Oct. 1404;
granted to John Wale and his son, lands and reversions in
Wale's Place, Portbury. and Easton in Gordano, Somerset.
I'rom Eobert Tynte descended

William Tynte, living about the latter end of the 15th cen-
tKry. He had issue,

I. Egbert, his successor.

II. John, m. and had

1 John, who had issue, Eobert, to. dau. of John Weste,
and d. 1577, leaving a dau. Wary, 6. 1576, m. Edward
Ashton, Esq. : a dau. m. John Tilly, Esq.

2 Kobert, of Middleton, Kent, m. Joan, dau. of Hammond
Edwards, Esq. of Kent, and had George, of St. George's,
Somerset, m. 1584, Dorothy, dau. of Eichard Morgran,
Esq. of St. George's, and a son and heir, Edward, living

Ttie elder son,

Eobert Ttkte, Esq., m. Flora Dowell, of Bristol, and had

I. Eobert, of Blackwell, m. Agnes, dau. of Philip Thomas,
Esq. of Long Ashton, and had a son and dau.,

1 Edmund, m. Margaret, dau. of Thomas Hill, Esq., and
d. 1587, leaving three sons, William, Eobert, and Edinund.
1 Joan, m. Thomas Daniell, Esq.

II. JoHS, of whom hereafter.
The 2nd son,

John Ttnte, Esq. of Wraxall, m. a dan. and co-heir of
Hayles, Esq. co. Gloucester, and left a son,

Edmu.sdTinte, E.sq. of Wraxall, );i.adau. of — Strood, Esq.
He d. 1570, and was 3. by his son,

Edward Tynte, Esq. of Wraxall, m. Ann Parminter, and
had issue, i. Edmdnd, his heir; ii. William ; i. Joan, m. John
Payne, Esq. He d. 15H2, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edmund Tynte, Esq. of Wraxall, living 1591 ; m. Elizabeth,
•dau. of John Panther, of Keynsham, and by her (who to.
2ndly, Eichard SliepparJ, Esq., and had a dau. Dorothy,
VI. William Harbord, Esq., ancestor of Lord SufSeld) had

I. Edmund, b. 1564; d. L570.

II. John, h. 1505, of the Middle Temple, called in Wraxall
Eeg. "The Counsellor." He m. Eebecca Stevens, and
d.g.p. 1616.

jii. Edward, of whom presently. iv. William.

v. Eobert (Sir), b. 1571 ; ('. 1643. Settled in Ireland, and
founded the family of the name in that part of the kingdom
represented by
Joseph Pbatt-Ttnte, Esq. of Tynte Park, co. Wicklow.
The 3rd son,

Edward Tynte, Esq. of Chelvy, 6. 1570, purchased that
manor in Somerset from John Aishe, Esq. He m. 1613,
Ann, dau. of Sir Edward Gorges, Knt. of Wraxall, and had

I. John, his heir. ii. Eobert, 6. 1620: d. 1636.

III. Hugh (Sir), of Peper Harrow, Surrey, a Oavalier Officer
1643-49, Mayor of Guildford 168S, m. Penelope, dau. of
.Sir Philip Frowde, Knt., and d. s. p. 1691. His widow m.
2ndly, Nathaniel, Lord Carew, Bishop of Durham.

jv. Edward (Kev.), b. 1G2«, Vicar of Yatton, Somerset.
1666-79. He '/n. and had several children. His eldest son,

y' Id.

ice, r

Col. Edward Tynte, was Governor of North and South

I. Dorothy,

II. Florence,
Mr. Tynte d. 16 Dec. 1629, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Tynte, Esq. of Chelvy, b. 1618, a devoted adherent
of royalty during the civil wars, named in the list of gentle-
men of large estates intended to have been created knights
of the Eoyal Oak ; he became a Gen. in the Eoyal army and a
commander of Cavalry; was M.P. for Bridgwater in 1661.
By his 1st wife, a resident in Devon, he had a dau. vi. John
Raber, Esq., eldest son and heir of Francis Baber, D.C.L., of
Chew Magna, Somerset. By his 2nd wife, Jane, only dau.
and heir of Eev. Hugh Halswell, of Halswell, Somerset, D.D.,
Prebendary of Winchester, and Eector of Cheriton, Hants
(lineally descended from Peter de Halswell, Lord of Hals-
well, teinp. Edward I.), who d. 1650, aged 20, he had a sod
and successor,

Halswell, of whom presently.
He in. 3rdly, 1663, Frances, dau. of Francis Trenchard, Esq. of
Cutteridge, Wilts, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Sir Edward
Gorges, Knt. of Wraxall, but by her had no issue. (She m.
2ndly, Sir Edward Nevill, Knt., Baron of Exchequer, and
afterwards Judge of Common Pleas, and d. 1714). He d. 1670,
and was s. by his only son.

Sir Halswell Tynte, 1st Bart, of Halswell, who inherited
the Halswell estates on the demise of his maternal grandfather,
Eev. Hugh Halswell, D.D., of Halswell. He was created a
Baronet 7 June, 1673, in consideration of his father's distin-
guished services, and was M.P. for the town of Bridgwater
1678 and 1681. He m. Grace, eldest dau. of Eobert Fortescue,
Esq. of Filleigh, Devon (by Grace his wife, dau. of the gal-
lant Sir Eevill Granville, Knt. of Stow, who fell in the royal
cause at Lansdowne, Bath, 1643, and whose son was created
Earl of Bath, which peerage became extinct in 1711), and by
her had issue,

I. Halswell, of New College, Oxford; d. unm. 1691.

II. Fortescue, b. 1673, m. Jane, dau. of Gifford, of Canning-
ton, and d. s. p. 9 Feb. 1694. His widow m. 2ndly, Hopton
w;ndliam,Esq. of Witham Friary, and Srdly, — Codiington,
Esq. of CO. Gloucester.

in. John, 2nd Bart.

IV. Eobert, 6. 1686 ; d. 1717, having had an only dau. who d.
I. Anne, m. Arthur Tremayne, Esq. of Sydenham, Devon.

Sir Halswell d. 1702, and was s. by his eldest surviving son.

Sir John Tynte, 2nd Bart, of Halswell, 6. 1083 ; m. 1704,
Jane, eldest dau. of Sir Charles Kemeys, 3rd Cart of Cefn
Mably, CO. Glamorgan, by Mary Wharton his wife, dau. of
Philip, 4th Lord Wharton, and had three sons and a dau.,

I. Halswell, 3rd Bart. ii. Joun, 4th Bart.

III. Charles Kemeys, 5th Bart.

I. Jane, m. 1737, Euishe Hassell, Esq., Major of the Eoyal
Horse Guards, and d. 1741, leaving by him (who to. 2ndly
Hon. Charlotte Stawell, dau. of William, 3rd Baron Stawell)
an only dau. and heir,

Jane Hassell, afterwards Kemeis-Tynte, of whom pre-
sently, as eventual heir of the estates of Kemeys and

Sir John d. 5 March, 1710, and was s. by his eldest son.

Sir Halswell Ttnte, 3rd Bart, of Halswell, 5. 15 Nov. 1705,
M.P. for Bridgwater 1727. He m. Mary, dau. and heir of
John Waters, Esq. of Brecon, and by her (who m. 2ndly,
Paulet St. John, Esq. of Dogmersfield) had two daus., Jane
and Mary, who both d. young. Sir Halswell d. 12 Nor. 1730,
and was s. by his brother,

Sir John Tynte (Eev.), 4th Bart, of Halswell, 6. 27 March,
1707, Eector of Goathurst, Somerset, at whose decease, unm.,
15 Aug. 1740, the estates and representation of the family-
devolved on his brother.

Sir Charles Kemeys-Tynte, 5th Bart of Halswell, LL.D.,
6. posthumous, 19 May, 1710, M.P. for Somerset 1747-74 ;
Lieut.-Col. 2nd Batt. Somerset Militia. He became at the
decease of his uncle. Sir Charles Kemeys, 4th Bart, of Cefn
Mably, representative of that ancient family, and inherited the
estates. He m. March, 1737, Anne, dau. and co-heir of Eev.
Dr. Busty, Eector of Addington, Bucks, but by her (who d.
1798) bad no issue. Sir Charles d. 25 Aug. 1785, when he was
s. by his niece,

Jane Hassell, to. 1765, Col. John Johnson, of the 1st
Eegt. of Foot Guards, Groom of the Bedchamber and Comp-
troller of the Household to H.E.H. George, Prince of Wales
(afterwards George IV.), son of Lieut. -Gen Johnson, Col.
33rd Eegt., of BurhiU, Surrey, and Glaston, co. Eutland.
She and her husband, in compliance with the will of heruncle.
Sir Charles Kemeys-Tynte, and on succeeding to his estatea





in the cos. of Somerset and Glamorsan, assumed l)y royal
licence the surnames and arms of Kemeys Tynte. Col.
Kemeys-Tynte d. in 1807, and his widow in 18'25, leaving (with
two daus., Jane, and Anne Georgina, who both (?. unm.) an
only son,

Charles Kkmeys Kemeys-Ttnte, Esq. of Halswell, Somer-
set, and Cefn MaWy, co. Glamorgan, 6. 29 May, 177S, M.P.
for Bridgwater 1820-37, Col. of West Somerset Yeomanry.
He m. 1"9S, Anne, dau. of Kev. T. Leyson, Vicar of Bos-
ealeg, co. Monniouih, and widow of Thomas Lewis, Esq. of
St. Pierre, co. Jlonmomh, by whom (who d. 183o) he had issue,

I. Charles Jon\-, his heir.

1. Anne, m. ls'27. Sir William Henry Cooper, 5th Bart, of
Gogar, who </. IsSG. She i/. 1880.
n. jane, d. unm.

III. Louisa, m. 1834, Simon Eraser Campbell, Esq., -who d.
March, 1872. She d. 31 Ausr. 1872.

IV. Henrietta Anne, m. 1833, Thomas A. Kemmis, Esq., Capt.
Grenadier Guards, M.l'. for East Looe I83I, who d. Dee.
ISoi). She U. 1880.

Col. Kemeys-Tynte was declared by a Committee for Privi-
leges of the House of Lords in 1845 senior co-heir of the whole
blood to the barony of Wharton. He d. 23 Nov. 1860, and was
t. by his only son,

Charles John Kemets-Ttnte, Esq. of Halswell and Cefn
JIably, Col. Koyal Glamorgan Light Infantry Jlilitia, M.P.
for West Somerset 18.32-37, and for I?ridgwater 1847-65, b.
1800; m. 1st, 1821, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir (with her
sisters. Lady Pilkington and Mrs. Hagot) of Thomas Swin-
nerton, Esq. of Butterton Hall, co. Stafford, by Mary, his
wife, dau. and heir of Charles Milbome, Esq. of The Priory,
Abergavenny, by Lady Martha Harley his wife, dau. of
Edward, 3rd Karl of Oxford and Mortimer, and by her (who d.
A) May, 1838) had

I. Charles Kemeys, late of Halswell and Cefn Mably.

II. Milborne. b. 1823, Lieut. 4th Koyal Irish Dragoon
Guards, killed by a fall from his horse 1845.

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