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y, b. 21 Feb.
1867.

II. AValter Blair, Lieut. Seaforth Highlanders, b. 3 March,
1870.

III. Norman, h. 20 Dec. 1371, d. 3 April, 1872.
I. Mary Charlotte.

Liineagre. — Sie .Stephen Lockhabt, Knt., was, as appears
from charters to him, a gentleman of the Guard and a
devoted adherent of King .James III. In 1476 he received :i
Crown Charter of a third of the lands of Cleghorn, and in
1489 he received a Crown confirmation of a sale to him, by
David Ogilvy of Inchmartin of further lands of Cleghorn, and
in 1496 King James IV. granted a new Charter of the wholf
lands of Cleghorn acquired by him. He m. Marion, 2nd dau.
of John, 4th Lord Somerville, by Marion his wife, dau. of
William Baillie of Lamington, and had issue,

I. Allan, of whom we treat.

II. Stephen, who was ancestor of the Lockharts of Wicketsh.iw
and Milton Lockhart.

Alan Lockhart, of Cleghorn, m. Katherine, dau. of
Patrick Whitefoord of that ilk and d. before 1501, leaving
issue,

Alexander Lockhart, of Cleghorn, m. 1st, Euphan, dau.
of Hamilton of Innerwick, and 2ndly, Mariote Cleland, and
had, with other issue, a son,

MuNoo Lockhart, of Cleghorn, who was, in 1572 with
others, " dilatit " for the murder of Henry Darnley, husband
of Queen Mary. He was made to tind caution in 1579 for the
support given by him to the "rebel Hammiltons." In 1580
he was one of the Assize on the tri.al of Arthoure Hammilton
of Bothwellhaugh, for the murder of the Eegent Murray, and
Mathew, Earl of Lennox. He j?i. a dau. of Sir James
Hamilton of Stonehouse, Captain of the Castle of Edinburgh,
and had issue,

Allan Lockha£t, of Cleghorn, -who served on the
Bothwellhaugh A.ssize with his father, J.P. for Lanarkshire,
1610-12, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of James, Lord Eoss of
Ilawkhead, by Jean Semple his wife, and had, with other
issue,

I. Alexander, of whom presently.

II. George, of Tarbrax, m. Anne, dau. of Sir James Loce-
hart of the Lee.

III. Allan, of Hinchelwood, in the barony of Camwath.

He m. 2ndly, before 1597, Christian, dau. of John Livingstoun
of Belstane, and had, by her, an only child.

IV. William, m. Isabel, dau. of George Wauchope of Gleg-
horne.

He TO. 3rdly, before 1612, Grizel Bannatyne, dau. of the Laird
of Corehouse, and had by her,

V. Eobert, m. Anna Elphinstone, and had a son. Sir William
Lockhart, Solicitor General to King William.

Alexander Lockhart, of Cleghorn, was infcft in the lands
of Cleghorn, Bothwell, and Bothwellhaugh 1625, and vi.
Nichola, eldest dau. of Sir James Maxwell of Calderwood,
by his 2nd wife, Elspeth, dau. of Sir Alexander Hamilton of
Innerwick. He d. 1630, leaving by her, who d. Jan. 1643,

I. James, of whom presently.

II. Alan, TO. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Sir George Lascelles,
of Sturton and Gateford, co. Nottingham, and widow of Sir
Francis Eodes, 1st Bart, of Baiibro', co. Derby.

James Lockhart, of Cleghorn, p.aid in 1645 his share of
the equipment of three troopers in the expedition to Perth.
He granted in 1636 his lands of Hospitalshiels or St. Leonards
to the town of Lanark for behoof of the poor, and this trust
still exists. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir James Lockhart of
Lee, a Senator of the College of Justice, and d. between
1662 and 1665, leaving with other issue,

Allan Lockhart. of Cleghorn, 6. 28 Dec. 1632, who was a
Prothonotary in France, and afterwards in 1670 Commissarj-
of Glasgow. He d. 1671, and was s. by his brother,

James Lockhart, of Cleghorn, m. Barbara, eldest dau.
of — Woodrop of Daldowie, and d. I July, 1703, leaving
issue,

Allan, of whom presently.

John, b. 13 Jan. 1684, m. Catherine, dau. of Sir George
Weir, Bart, of Blackwood, and had at his death, 26 Feb.
1766, by her, who d. 17 Sept. 1780, with other issue,
Allan, of whom presently.
Allan Lockhart, of Cleghorn, b. 16 Jan. 1668, received a
Crown Charter of the lands of Cleghorn, 1690, to. in that year
Catherine, eldest dau. of James Winram of Woolston or
Wiston, with whom he got those lands. She d. 1742, and he
d. s. p. and was s. by his nephew,
Allan Lockhart, of Cleghorn, m. 10 Aug. 1770, Jean,



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eldest dau. of Archibald Bertram of Xisbct, and d. 5 May,
1SC5, leaving an only child,

Marianne Lockhart, of Cleghom, 6. 1 Sept. 1771, m. 5
5Iaroh, 1792, AVilliam Eliott* of Borthwickbrae, who assumed
the name of Lockhart. lie was 6. 30 Nov. 1764, was called to
the Scottish Bar, M. P. for Selkirkshire, 1806-30 (Licut.-Col.
Roxburgh and Selkirk Yeomanry Cavalry. He rf. 6 Aug. 1832,
leaving issue by her, who d. 6. Oct. 1836,

John. h. 12 Oct. 1796; Cornet I2th Light Dragoon, killed at

Waterloo.
Allan, of Borthwickbrae and Cleghom.
Walter, 6. 24 April, 1804, H.E.I.C. Civil Service. ?)i. Mary,
dau. of William Proctor, Esq., and <;. s. p. in India, 30 Jan.
1850.
William, 6. 2.") Feb. 1808, Major Madras Native Infantry, m.
19 April, 1838, Dora, dau. of George Clerk Craigie, Esq. of
Dumbarnie and d. in India, 1^55, leaving issue, W illiam.
Colonel R .-v., b. 1840, m. Ada, dau. of — Cardew, Esq. and
lias with other issue, Percy, Lieut. Indian Staff Corps;
George. R.N., 6. 1841 (dec.) ; Walter, 6. 1847 (dec.) ; Mary ;
and Dora.
Gilbert, b. 30 April, 1809, E.N., d. on board H.M.S.

•' Diamond," 9 Jan. 1825.
Jane. Margaret.

Allan Eliott-Lockhart, Esq. of Borthwickbrae and
Cleghom, J.P and D.L. for the cos. Lanark and Roxburgh,
and Lord-Lieut, of Selkirk, called to the Scotch Bar 1824,
M.P. for CO. Selkirk from 1846 to 1861, I. 23 Jan. 1803; in.
12 April, 1830, Charlotte, 5th dau. of Sir Robert Dundas, 1st
Bart, of Dunira, and by her (who d. 10 Aug. 1883) had issue,

I. William, now of Cleghorn.

II. David, b. 21 May, 1834; m. 8 Aug. 1865, Fanny, dau. of
Nicholas Wood, Esq. of Hetton Hall, co. Durham, and has
issue, Frances; Charlotte; Allan, 6. 9 Nov. 1870; Helen;
David: John; Gilbert; and Dukibella.

III. Allan, Capt. R.E., b. 24 April, 1837 ; m. at Bermuda, 4
•lune, 1S64, Georgini, eldest dau. of Major Benison, 39th
Kegt., and d. of yellow fever, 23 Aug. 1864. His post-
humous dau., Aileen Charlotte, was b. 1 April, 1*65, m.
Feb. Is92, Rev. Ernest Bayhss. His widow »ii. 2adly,
Joseph Hubtiack, Esq. of Liverpool.

IV. Itobert Dundas, Lieut.-Col R.A., b. 17 Aug. 1841; m. 10
.Ian. 1889, Ethel Margaret, 2nd dau. of William Cotesworth,
of Abbotsworthy, Hants, and has issue, Lillias, b. 15 Jan.
1893.

V. Charles Walter, b. 15 Feb. 1850; m. 25 Sept. 1889, Emily,
dau. of Mark Neville, Esq., Maryborough.

1. Matilda. li. Marianne Elizabeth.

III. Robina. iv. Catherine Henrietta.

V. Marj' Dora. vi. Jane Mai garet.

Mr. Eliott-Lockhart d. 15 Slarch, 1878.

yln/w— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, az., three boars' heads
erased arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, vert, on a bend engrailed arg. a baton
az. within a bordure of the last charged wit^- four mullets and
as many crescents alternately of the second. CieKtu — 1st, A
boar's head erased arg. ; 2nd, A dexter hand holding a spear
ppr. Supporters— Two wild harts, ppr, Mottoes — Sine labe
tides; Hoc inajurum opus.

Seat — Cleghorn, co. Lanark.

Cii(6s— Carlton, S.W., and New Club, Edinburgh.



liOCKHART OF CASTLE HILL.

LocKHAET, Maj.-Gen. Graeme Alexander, C.B.,
of Castle Hill, co. Lanark, J.P. and D.L., Major-Gen.,
late Col, 'TStli Regt., entered the army 1837, retired
on full-pay 1867, b. 23 Jan. 1820; s. his half-
brother, Dec. 1873 ; m. 1861, Emily Udnj, dau. of
James Brebner, Esq.

Lineag'e. — (SeeBcRKE's Peerage and Baronetage.)



* Lineage of Col. William Eliott-Lockhart.

Thomas Eliott, of Bewlie (claiming descent from a branch
of the family of Eliott of Stobbs), m. Margaret, dau. of
William Scott, of Chamberlan Newton, and was a. by his eldest
son,

WiiLiAM Eliott, b. 1658; m. Isabel, dau. of William Scott,
of Sint jn, and had a son and successor,

William Eliott, Esq. b. 1689 ; m. Margaret, dau. of John
Scott, of Sinton, and was father of a eon and heir,

John Eliott, Esq., to. 1st, 1753, Margaret, dau. of Alex-
andiT Murray, Esq. of Cringletie, which lady d.s.p.; and
2ndlv, 1764, Margaret, dau. of Walter Laing, Esq., by whom
he had,

William, his heir. Walter (Lieut.-Col), d. 1808.

Margaret, m. David Simpson, Esq of Know, and was mother,
inter alios, of Gen. Sir James Simpson, G.C.B., Commander-
in-Chief in the Crimea.
The eldest son,

William Eliott, Esq. of Borthwickbrae, m. as above, Mari-
anne, only child of Allan Lockhart, Esq. of Cleghorn.



Sir James Lockhart, 6. 1596, a Lord of the Court of Session
in Scotland, and afterwards Lord Justice Clerk, as Lord Lee,
in the lime of Charles I., m. twice. By his 1st wife, Helen,
dau. of Alexander F'airly, of Braid, he had no issue ; by his
2nd, Martha, dau. of Sir George Douglas, of Mordington,
(brother of James, Lord Torthonvald). and Maid of Honour to
Charles I.'s Queen, he had, with two daus., four sons, i.
William (Sir), the famous statesman; ii. Geouge (Sir),
ancestor of Sir Norman Macdonald Lockhart, Bart, of Le&
and Camwath ; iii. John (Sir), of Castle Hill, appointed by
Charles II. one of the Senators of the College of Justice
and a Lord of Justiciary ; and iv. Robert, killed in the Civil
Wars.

Robert Lockhart, Esq. of Castle Hill, a descendant of the
family, m. 1st, 9 Oct. 1804, Eliza, dau. of Richard Newman
Newman, Esq. of Thornbury Park, co. Gloucester, and by her
(who d. April, 1816) had issue,

James Sinclair, his heir.

Robert Alexander, Major 80th Regt., d. u-nm.

John Hamilton, b. 24 Nov. 1814, deceased.

Mary Emilia.

Eliza Anne, m. 1825, John Percy Henderson, Esq. of FoswclS
Bank, co. Perth.

Susan. Anne Nisbet.

Mr. Lockhart m. 2ndly, 30 June, 1817, Charlotte Simpson, dau.
of Capt. William Mercer, Bengal Army, of Potterhill, and by
her, who d. 18 March, 1869, he had further issue,

William Mercer, b. 1818, drowned 1849.

GR.iEME Alexander, C.B., now of Castle Hill.

George Duncan, b. 1821.

Charlotte. Frances Charlotte Mercer. Louisa.

ElenoraJane. Margaret Douglas. Roberta Eniiiiu.

Barbara Forbes, m. 1859, Alexander Whitelaw, Ksq. (it Gart-
shore, co. Dumbarton, and Woodhall, co. Lanark, M.P. He
d. 1 July, 1879, leaving issue.

Mr. Lockhart d. 2 Nov. 1850, and was s. by his eldest son,
James Sinclair Lockhart, Esq. of Castle Hill, J.P. amj

D.L., b. 11 Sept. 1808 ; d. 1873, and was s. by his half-brother,
Major-Gen. GKiE,ME Alexander Lockhart, C.B., of Castlo

Hill.

Arms — Arg., a man's heart gu. within a fetterlock sa. on
a chief az. three boars' heads erased of the first. Crest — A
boar's head eiased arg. Motto — Corda serata fero.

Seat— Cambusnethan House, Wtshaw, N.B.



LOCKHART OF MILTON LOCKHART
AND GERMISTON.

Lockhart, Maj.-Gen. David Blair, of Milton
Lockhart, co. Lanark, Major-Gen. (Retired), b.
1829; m. 1888, Mary Clementina,d au. of tlie
late George Lockhart Ross, Professor of Scotch
Law, Edinburgh University. Gen. Lockhart repre-
sents in the male line the Lockharts of Cleg-
horn, and in the female line, through the Somer-
VILLES q/" Corehouse, is heir of the Somervilles of
Cambusnethan, descendants of John, 3rd Lord
Somerville.

Lineagre. — The first Lockhart of Wicketshaw was 2ndl
son of Sir Stephen Lockhart, of Cleghorn, co. Lanark,
Armour-Bearer to King James III. of Scotlaud. The male
line of the elder son of Sir Stephen failed at the death of Allen
Lockhart, Esq. of Cleghorn, 1805. (For the female line rofei
to Eliott-Lockhart oJ Cleghoiii and Bortkwlck-brae.) The
elder line of Wicketshaw failed 1776, at the death of Sir Wil-
liam Lockhart Denham, Bart, of Westshiel,

.Stephen Lockhart, of Wicketshaw, co. Lanark, tn. (con-
tract dated 27 Aug. 1600) Grizel Carmichael, of Hyndford,
sif-ter of the 1st Lord Carmichael, ancestor of the Earls o£
Hyndford, and had a 2nd son,

Robert Lockhart, of Birkhill, co. Lanark, grandfather
of

William Lockhart, of Birkhill, who m. Violet Inglis,.
niece and heiress of James Somerville, of Corehouse, and
had two sons, i. Major-Gen. William Lockhart, d. 1817,
leaving three daus., and three sons in the army, who d. s.p.;
and II. John. The 2nd son,

Rev. John Lockhart, D.D., had by his 1st wife, Elizabeth
Dinwiddle, of Germiston, a son, William, his heir, of whom
presently, and two other sons, d. young. He hi. 2ndly,
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev John Gibson (descended from the
Earls of Buclian through her grandmother, the Honourable
Mary Erskine), and by her (who d. 1834} left at his decease,
1842,



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John Gibson Lockhart, D.C.L. Oxon; m. 1320, Charlotte
Sophia, eldest dau. of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, of Abbots-
ford: and d. 1854, having had issue, two sons, d. unm., and
a dau. Charlotte, m. 19 Aug. 1847, James Robert Hope,
Esq., Q.C., who assumed the additional name of Scott, and
became of Abbotaford. She d. 20 Oct. 1838, leaving an
only surviving child, Mary Monica, of Abbotsford, m. 21
July, 1874, Hon. Joseph Constable Maxwell, who has
assumed the additional surname of .Scott.
Lawrenxe, D.D., late of Slilton Lockhart.
Eobert, m. 1854, Marion, dau. of John G. Kinnear, Esq.,
d. s. p. 1859.

Kichard, Lieut, in the army, drowned in India, 1826.
Archibald Inglis, Lieut.-Gen., C.B., d. 18.9.
Violet, d. unm. 1849.
The eldest son,

William Lockhart, Esq., D.L., of Milton Lockhart, repre-
sented CO. Lanark from 1841 till his decease. He m. 16 April,
1822, Mary Jane, dau. of Sir Hugh Palliser, Bart. (She m.
•2ndly, 11 May, 1848, John, 3rd Baron Keane.) Mr. Lockhart,
■who was representative of Sir William Lockhart-Denham,
Bart., mentioned above, having re-acquired part of the old
family estate, adjoining the Barony of Milton Lockhart,
directed, by deed of entail, that his heirs and successors
should always bear the name and arms of Lockhart of Wicket-
shaw. Dying s. p. 1856, he was s. by his half-brother,

Eev. Lawrence Lockhart, D.D., of Milton Lockhart, co.
Lanark, and Germiston, near Glasgow, J. P. and D.L., b.
1796; m. 1st, 1825, Louisa, dau. of David Blair, Esq.; 2ndly,
1849, Marion, dau. of William Maxwell, Esq. of Dargavel,
and d. 1876, having had,

I. D.wiD Blair, now of Milton Lockhart.

II. Laurence William Maxwell, Lieut. -Col. late 2nd Royal
Lanarkshire Militia and Capt. 92nd Highlanders, 6.
1832 ; m. 1860, Katharine, younger dau. of the late Gen.
Sir James Russell, K.C.B.. of Ashestiel, co. Selkirk, and d.
1882, having had, Lawrence Archibald Somerville. b. 1860,
and James Douglas Somerville, and two daus.

III. William Stephen Alexander(Sir),K.C.B., C.S.I. ,Maj. -Gen.
in H M.'s Indian Army, Commanding Funjaub Frontier
Force, o. 1841; in. 1st, 1864, Caroline Amelia, dau. of
Major-Gen. E. Lascelles-Dennys; 2ndly, May, 1888, Mary
Katharine, dau. of the late William Eccles, Esq., Capt.
Coldstream Guards. By his first marriage he has two sons
surviving,

1 William Somerville.

2 Muriay MacGregor.

IV. James Somerville.

V. Alexander Francis Maxwell, m. 1889, Ida, c'au. of —
Stoker, Esq. and has issue.

VI. Walter Somerville, m. 1889, Jessie, dau. of — Kirkwood,
Esq. and has issue.

I. Elizabeth Catherine.

II. Louisa Matiida, m. 1863, Thomas Rudd, Esq.

III. Violet Sophia, m. 1860, Thomas Maxwell, M.D., Bengal
Army, 6th son of WiUiara Maxwell, Esq. of Dargavel.

.^rras— Arg., on a bend dexter, between three boars' heads
erased az., a man's heart ppr. within a fetterlock or. Crest —
A dexter hand holding a boar's head erased ppr. Mottoes —
Feroci fortior; Corda serata pando.

Seat — Milton Lockhart, Carluke, co. Lanark.



LOCKWOOD OF BISHOPS HALL.

LocKWOOD, Col. Amelius Eichaed Maee, of
Bishops Hall, co. Essex, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for
Epping Division of Essex since 1892, Colonel, late
Coldstream Guards, b. 17 Aug. 1847 ; m. 20 July,
1876, Isabella, dau. of Sir John E. Milbanke, 8th
Bart. J assumed tlie name of Lockwood in 1876.

Lineage.— Richard Lookwood, Rector of Dingley, 1530,
and of Tiftield, co. Noithampton, d. 1535. His son,

Richard Lockwood, who resided at Dingley, d. Ic98. He
bad two sons, Richard, and John, who fought on the King's
side, and was wounded at Naseby. The elder son,

Richard Lockwood, of Newington, Surrey, was buried at
Bermondsey 1632, having ?)i. Mary Reading, of Newington, and
liad issue,

Richard Lockwood, of Gayton, co. Northampton, Sheriff of
that CO. 1695; buried at Gayton, 1697. By his wife Susannah,
heiress of Edward Cutts, he had issue, a son,

Richard Lockwood, M.P. for Hindon 1713, for London 1722,
and for Worcester 1734; jti. Matilda, dau. of George Vernon,
of Sudbury, co. Derby, and d. 1756. Mr. Lockwood settled in
Essex in 1732, having bought the estate of Dews Hall, where
the family have lived ever since (Dews Hall being pulled down,
the family residence U now Bishops Hall, on same estate).
His eldest son,



Richard Lockwood, m. the sister of the 1st Lord Vernon,
but he and his next brother having no sons, the property went
to the 3rd brother,

Rev. Edward Lockwood, of Lambourne Hall, who was m.
three times, and d. in 1802. By his first wife, Lucy, dau. of
Rev. W. Dowdeswell, he had three sons, William Joseph,
Edward, and John Cutts. The eldest son,

William Joseph Lockwood, Esq., m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Edward Jekyll, Esq., and d. young, leaving an only son,

William Joseph Lockwood, Esq. of Dews Hall, m. 1816,
Rachel, dau. of Sir Mark Wood, Bart, of Gatton, Surrey, and
by her (who d. 1874) had issue,

William Mark, of Bishops Hall.

George, d. umii., killed in the charge of the Light Brigade in
the Crimea.

Helen.

Matilda, m. Admiral Sir George 0. Willes, K.C.B.

Mr. Lockwood d. 1854. His elder son,

General William Mark Wood, of Bishops Hall, assumed
the surname of Wood from his maternal uncle. Sir Mark Wood,
of Gatton, m. 1846, Amelia Jane, dau. of Sir Robert Williams,
Bart, (see Williams-Bulkelet), and had issue,

I. Amelics Richard Mark, now of Bishops Hall.

II. Robert William Perceval, D.L. for Essex, 6. 1851; m.
1876, Chinty Mary Catherine, dau. of the late Gen. Corbet
Cotton (see Burke's Peerage, Combermere, V.), and has
issue, Richard William Mark, 6. 1891 ; Gwendoline
Yolande Matilda ; Rachel Jannette Augusta ; Chinty Helen
Charlotte ; and Olive Eleanor Isobel.

I. Amy Rachel.
Gen. Wood d. 1383.
Seat — Bishops Hall, Romford, Essex.
Toion Residence — ii, Audley Square, London, \V.
Clubs — Arthur's, Carlton, and Bachelors.



LOCKYEE, OF PLYMOUTH.

LocKTEB, Eev. Edmund Leopold, M.A., of
Plymouth, Devon, Eector of Westcote Barton,
CO. Oxon, 1852, educated at Eton, M.A. of Em-
manuel Coll. Camb. 1847 ; h. 17 May, 1816 ; m. 28
May, 1839, his cousin, Julia Mary, 2nd dau. of the
Eev. Thomas Woodforde, M.A., Kector of Ansford
and Pointington, Somerset, by Mary his wife, dau.
and co-heiress of Thomas Patrickson Braith-
waite, Capt. E.N., {see family of Woodfoede),
and by her (who d. 9 Feb. 1878) has issue,

I. Edmund Stoughton Braithwaite, Lieut. -Col. R.H.A.,
b. 19 April, 1842; in. 21 April, 1882, Florence Anne,
youngest dau. of late Thomas Dives, Esq. of Clapham,
and has issue, Winifred Braithwaite, b. 18 Oct. 1883;
Edith Mary, &. 7 June, 18s5; Dorothy Noel, 6. '24 Dec. 1888.

II. Arthur Woodforde, b. 18 June, 1844 (settled near Buenos
Ay res, S. America); ra. 14 Feb. 1866, Ada, widow of Lieut.
Playfair, R.E.

III. Harry Penrose, b. 10 March, 1846 (with the last brother,
settled near Buenos Ayres, S. America).

IV. Walter Nevill, Lieut. -Col. R. A., Inspector of Small Arms
Factories at Enfield, 6. 4 April, 1849; m. 22 May, 1878,
Harriet Juana, dau. of Peter Lawrence Cloete, Esq. of The
Cape, S. Africa, and has issue, a son, Edmund Lawrence
Braithwaite, R.X. Cadet, b. 26 April, 1879, and a dau.,
Rykie Maud Mary, b. 26 Jan. 1882.

I. Rosa Mary.

Lineage. — Nicholas Lockter, bapt. 29 May, 1711, eldest
son of Rev. Nicholas Lockyer, Vicar of Luppitt, Devon, and
grandson of Nicholas Lockyer, of Honiton, temp. Charles II.,
((. 2 April, 1762, leaving, by Joan his wife (who was buried
9 Dec. 1799), nine sons. The 9th of these, Thomas, who was
father of a numerous family, settled at Wembury, Devon, and
dying 9 Sept. 1806, was s. by his eldest son, Thomas Lockyer,
Esq. of Wembury House, brotlier of tlie distinguished officers,
Capt. Nicholas Lockyer, C.B., R.N., and Major-Gen. Henry
Frederick Lockyer, C.B., K.H., who d. Aug. 1860. The repre-
sentation of the family eventually devolved on the 8th son,-

Edmdnd Lockyer, Esq. of Plymouth, J.P. and D.L. Devon,
b. 18 Sept. 1750 ; m. 17 March, 1782, Eleanor, dau. of Francis
Penrose, Esq. of Durian, Cornwall, d. 21 Feb. 1836, having had
issue (with one dau. Eleanor Margaret Penrose, m. Admiral
Sir Samuel Pym, K.C.B.), a son,

Edmund Lockter, Esq., M.D., F.L.S., (fee, 6.28 Oct. 1782;
m. Eliza (who d. 5 Oct. 1863), dau. and co-heir of Capt. Thomas
Patrickson Braithwaite, R.N. (of the family of Braithwaite of
Briar.5, Westmorland), and d. Dec. 1816, leaving,



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Edmund Leopold, successor to his granafather.

Ellen Mary, ra. George Balston, Esq. of Poole, Dorset, who

d. t. p. 185-2. *

liosa Elizabeth, m. Rev. T. L. Wheeler, M.A. of Bromwich
House, CO. Worcester, who d. 8 April, 1892; she ((. 1838,
leaving issue, with two daus. Rosa and Ellen, who both d.
young,

Thomas Littleton, (Rev.) of Bromwich House, co. Wor-
cester, M.A., b. 30 April, 1834, m. 1867, Kathcrine Ewart,
dau. of Capt. K..A.. Bradshaw, R.N., and has issue,

1 Henry Littleton, Lieut. 1st hatt. Hampshire Regt. 6.
8 May, 186S.

2 Arthur Bradshaw, b. 28 Sept. 1871.

3 Edsar Lockyer, a Cadet at the R.M.A. Woolwich, b. 12
April, l!>75.

1 Ellen Augusta.

Arms — Az., on a chevron arg. between three lions rampant
or, as many ants fessway ppr. Orest^On the seaaship under
sail, her three topsails hoisted ppr. the main topsail charged
with a lion rampant gu. the fore and mizen topsails charged
each with an ant ppr., a red ensign flying and a pendant arg.
at the maintop-gallant masthead charged with a cross az.
,l/o!<o— Sedule et secunde.

ift«(ienc£— Rectory, Wcstcote Barton, near Oxford.



liODER OF HIGH BEECHES.

LoD£E, Wilfrid Hans, Esq. of High Beeches,
Sussex, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1891, B.A.
Trill. Coll. Canib. b. 4 Oct. 1851 ; m. 6 June, 1878,
Sarah "Winifred, dau. of Charles Rowc, Esq. of
Liverpool, and has issue,

I. Giles Harold, 6. 2 Jan. 1884.

II. Xorman Wilfrid, b. 2 Oct. 1885.
HI. Hubert Sydney, 6. 1SS8.

I. Winifred Mary, b. 27 Aug. 1881.

II. Brenda Cicely, 6. 18 Feb. 1883.
lu. Edith Margaret, 6. 12 April, 1892.

Lineage. — Giles Loder, Esq. of Wilsford, Wilts, 6. 9
Oct. 17S6; -III. 1st, 1816, Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of John Higgin-
bothara, of St. Petersburg, and by her (who d. 7 June, 1848),
had issue, Robert, created a Baronet 1887. He m. 2ndly, 12
July, 1849, Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Murcott Satchwell,
Esq. and widow of Capt. Bott, and d. 19 Aug. 1871. She d.
Dec. 1877. His son,

Sir Robert Loder, Bart, of Whittlebury, co. Northampton,
Beach House, Sussex, and Wilsford, Wilts, M. P., J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1877, 6. 7 Aug. 1823: m. 2.5 March, 1847, Maria
• ioorgiana, dau. of Hans Busk, Esq., and grand-dau. of Sir
Wadsworth Busk, and d. 27 May, 1888, having had issue,

I. Edmund Giles, 2nd Bart, (see Burke's Peerage).

II. Wilfrid Hans, now of High Beeches.

HI. Alfred Basil, High Firs, Harpenden, Herts, J. P., Capt.
Royal Bucks Hussars, b. 25 March, 1855; m. 9 Aug. 1852,
Anne Katherine, eldest dau. of Rev. Charles Crosse, Rector
of Fincham, Norfolk, and by her, who d. 9 Dec. 1891, has
issue, Basil Charles Robert, b. 14 July, 1885, Eric Ray-
mond, 6. 16 March, 1888, and Audrey Kathleen, 6. 17 May,
1883.

IV. Gerald Walter Erskine, of Abinger House, Brighton,
Sussex, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Brighton since 1889; M.A.
and LL.B., Trin. Coll. Camb., t. 25 Oct. 1861, m. 25 Oct.
1890, Lady Louise de Vere Beauclerk, eldest dau. of the
10th Duke of St. Albans.

V. Reginald Bernard, of Maidwell Hall, Northampton.shire,
Capt. Royal Bucks Hussars, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., b. 8
June, 18G4.

VI. Sydney, Lieut. R. Bucks Hussars, 6. 16 May, 1867.

VII. Eustace, Lieut. 12th Lancers, b. 16 May, 1867.

I. Ethclreda Mary, m. 23 July, 1872, Sir Charles Raymond
Burrell, 6th Bart, of Valentine House, and has, Merrik
Piaymond, b. 14 May, 1877, Sybil Dorothy, and Mary Emma.

II. Adela Maria, m. 12 July, 1883, Gen. the Hon. Alexander
Stewart, B.H.A., 3rd son of the 9th Earl of Galloway, and
nas issue.

Seat — High Beeches, Crawley.

Town Residence — 19 Cadogan Square, S.W.

fii!&— Carlton.



liOFFT OF TROSTON HALL.

LoFFT, EoBEHT Emltx, Esq. of Troston Hall,*
Burj St. Edmunds, J.P., High Sheriff 1881, b. 1831 ;
s. to Troston and Stanton estates on death in 1866
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