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is elder
brother), a Capt. in the Dutch Guards, came to England about
1745, and was naturalized by Act of Parliament. He m. Jane,
only dau. of Cbolmeley Turner, Esq. of Kirkleatham, co. York,
by Jane, granddau. and sole heir of Sir Henry Marwood, Bart.,
of Busby Hall, co. York, and by her had issue,

I. John William, d. 26 Nov. 1753.

II. Marwood Turner, of whom presently.

III. Charles Sp^'ncer, m. Anne Theophila, dau. of Rev. J.
Davison, of Blackiston, co. Durham, Rector of Soruton,and
granddau. of Sir George Vaue, of Raby, and had issue,

1 Wilham, Capt. 24th Rcgt., b. 13 Jan. 1774; d. 13 Feb.
1812, from fatigue after the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo.

2 Charles, 6. 3 July, 1775 : m. a dau. of — Cholinley, Esq.,
and had issue (with a dau. Caroline, who ni.), a son,
Frederick, Lieut.-Col. late 13th Light Infantry, m. and
had issue.

3 George, Lieut. 40th Regt., 6. 25 Dec. 1776; killed at

4 Thomas, 6. 12 Jan. 1778 ; d. young.

5 Turner, 6. 28 Jan. 1779 : bur. at Scruton.

6 Henry, 65th Regt., b. 19 Jan. 1780; d. 1814.

7 Thomas, Major K.A., b. 17 April, 1782; m. 17 April,
J808, Maria, youngest dau. of Major Henry Bowen, 2nd
Royal Veteran Battalion (by Henrietta his wife, dau. of
Benjamin Garstin, Esq.), and d. 8 Feb. 1813, leaving
issue by her, who d. Jan. 1871,

Henry, of Spennithorne.

Charles Thomas (Sir), G.C.B., General in the army and
Col. 39th Foot, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of
Malta 1872-78, Knt. of the Legion of Honour and of
the Medjidie, late Col. 47th Foot, and formerly Lieut.
Col. 3rd Foot, 6. 17 Feb. 1812; m. 18 Nov. 1841,
Charlotte Louisa, youngest dau. of Gen. John Luther
Richardson, H.E.I.C.S., of the family of Lord Cra-
mond. This distinguished Officer commanded the 39th
Regt. at Maharajpore and Gwalior, commanded a
brigade in the Crimea, and in the Chinese war com-
manded the land forces and captured the city of Can-

Stafford Frederick, R.N., 6. 1816; d. unni. 1837.

Bowen Edwin, b. 18 July, 1824; d. 1827.

Bowen (Lieut. Col.), formerly Assistant Military Secre-
tary, Mauritius, b. 12 Apiil, 1829: m. 8 Oct. 1857,
Annie Macauley, 2nd dau. of John Cartwright, Esq. of
Canada West, and has issue, Arthur Hope, Capt. R.E.,
b. 9 Nov. 1H61: Bowen William Sutton, Capt. 1st
Batt. South Wales Borderers, h. 20 Oct. 18G4; Ca-simir
Cartwnght, Lieut. R..\., h. llNov.. 13G7; Madeline
Emily Louisa and three other daus.

William Casimir, 6. 1 June. 1833 ; d. 1857.

Ellen Percival, m. 1 Aug. 1854, Right Hon. Thomas
Emerson Headlam, of Gilmonby Hall, co. Durham,
and Ashley Place, London, M.A., Q.C., D.L., M.P. for
Newcastle, Judge-Advocate-General, and Chancellor of
the Dioceses of Ripon and Durham, whoa. s.p. Dec.

Maria, d. 1831. Caroline Lyons.

Cordelia, d. unni. 1853.

Katharine Mary. Emily Ann.

8 Frederick, Capt. 83rd Regt., 6. 1,783 : ,i. 1815.

9 Lionel, Midshipman, 6. 25 June', 1786; d. on board the

1 Phillipina Theophila, b. 12 April, 1781 ; deceased.

2 Phillipina Eleanor, b. 17 May, 1784; deceased.

3 .\nne, b. 12 July, 1785 ; to. John Thurne, Esq., and left

4 Catherine, 6. 11 June, 1787; m. 4 May, 1809, Admiral
Hon. Francis Faringdon Gardner. 2nd son of Alan, 1st
Lord Gardner, and d. 15 July, 1870, leaving issue.

5 Ellen Henrietta, b. SO June, 1791; m. Thomas Holder,
Esq., and is deceased.

6 Jane, 6. 22 Sept. 1792; m. George Sargent Rowles, Esq.
I. Johanna Henrietta, d. 15 May, 1751.

P. W. C. van Straubenzee d. 17G5, and was t. by his son,

Marwood Turner van Straubenzee, Esq., m. 1st, 28
April, 1788, Henrietta Maria, dau. and co-heir of Dr. Cookson,
of Wakefield, co. Y'ork, and by her (who d. 16 Aug. 1803, aged
50) had issue, a son, d. in infancy, and a dau. Henrietta Maria,
d. unm. 5 March, 1818, aged 26. He m. 2ndly, 19 Jan. 1805,
Lydia, dau. and heir of — Buckle, Esq. of Wakefield (by Bar-
bara, 2nd dau. of Francis Maude, Esq.) ; she d. 8 July, 1825,
aged 68. Col. van Straubenzee entered the service in the 3rd
Guards ; served in the American war, and also in India. He
was also Lieut.-Col. of the 52nd Foot. He afterwards became
a J.P., and in 1791 a D.L. for the North Riding, of which he
was subsequently appointed Vice-Lieut. He was Col. of the
Loyal Dales Volunteers (a corps l,540strong, which he raised),
and afterwards of the 1st North York Local Militia. He d.
6 April, 1823, and was s. by his grand-nephew,

Henry van Straubenzee, Esq. of Spennithorne, D.L. and
J. P., Col. 2nd West York Light Infantry Militia, and formerly
Lieut. 14th Light Dragoons, b. 13 Feb. 1810 ; to. 10 Jan. 1832,
Hon. Henrietta Wrotteslpy, eldest dau. of John, 1st Lord
Wrottesley, and by her (who d. 13 May, 1893) had issue,

I. Henry Townshend Abbott, b. 1834; <;. Oct. 1835.

II. Frederick Ernest, b. 8 Oct. 1835; d. 18 March, 1836.

III. Tlrner, now of Spennithorne.

IV. Albert John (Rev.), Vicar of Tettenhall, 6. 11 April,
1841 ; TO. 18 Feb. 1868, Ehzabeth, 2nd dau. of R. S. D.
Roper, Esq. of The Grove, Richmond, she d. 26 May,

v. Reginald Alexander Joseph Heinrich, 6. 12 April, 1846;
m. 7 Nov, 1878, Arabella, 3rd dau. of C. W. C. Chaytor,
Esq. of The Hall, Spennithorne, and d. 19 May, 1888 ; she
d. Feb. 1880.

I. Julia Caroline, m. 7 March, 1857, George Cecil Gooch,
Esq., Lieut. 93rd Highlanaers, d. s. p 30 July, 1860.

II. Emma Jane, m. 1st, 15 Oct. 1857, Henry Reginald Sykes,
Esq., who d. Sept. Is66, leaving issue, and 2udly, 187o,
Francis Lewis Bird, Esq.

in Mary, m. 25 Aug. 1866, Sir W. Chaytor, 3rd Bart., and
has issue {see Burke's Feeraje, and Baronetage).
Col. Van Straubenzee d. 31 May, 1892.

Arms — Arg., an ostrich, with a horse-shoe in its mouth.
Crest — An ostrich, with a horse-shoe in its mouth.

Seal — Spennithorne Hall, Bedale.


Vansittaet, Egbert Abnold, Esq. of Foot's
Cray, Kent, J. P. late Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards, b. 21
Oct. 1851 ; m. 30 July, 1878, Alice, 3rd dau. of Gil-
bert Blane, Esq. of Eohejon Park, Eerks, and has

I. Robert Gilbert, 6. 20 June, 1881.

II Arnold Bexley, 6. 24 Sept. 1889.

III. Guy Nicholas, b. 8 Sept. 1893.

I. Sibel! Alice. ii. Honoria Edith.

111. Marjorie Marie.

liineag'e.— The van Sittart family is of considerable
antiquity in the Low Countries, and derives its denomination
from the township of Sittart in the duchy of Limbourg.
Towards the close of the 15th century the lamily was settled
at Juiliers, capital of the ducliy of Juiliers, and was one of
the first that embraced the Protestant religion in that

Peter van Sittart, h. 13 Jan. 1651, an eminent merchant.





Governor of the Kussian Company, and a Director H. E. I. Co.
(son of Wilhclm Janssen von Sittart, of Dantzio, by his wife
Kva, dan. of Wynawt Jnncker. nicrcliant of Uanizic, and
Krawdson of Wilhelm von Sittart, of .Inihers), oanie into
Kn^iland 20 Charles II., and pnrcliased the manor and park
of- ShL>ttcsl)rook, and part of the manors of M'hite and Lau-
rence Walthams, co. Berks, m. '1 Oct. 1U78, Susanna, dan. of
Kobcrt Sanderson, of London, Und son of the liiijlit Kev.
lloliert Sanderson, D.D., Bishop of Lincoln, and by her
nvho i!.25 Mureli, IT'ifi) had issue, sis sons and six daus.
He ((. 8 March, 1705. His eldest son,

Kor.EitT VAN SiTTAKT, Esq. of Shottesbrook, b. 1679; m. 15
April, 1707, Elizabeth, sister of Sir Peter Vandeput, Bart., and
(^ 11 dan. 171i), when he was s. by his brotlier,

AKTnrB VAN Sittart, Esq. of Shottesbrook. and of Moat
Park, Windsor, lapt. 23 Dec. 1691; High SherifT for Berks;
III. 2;i May, 1723, Martha, eldest dau. and co-heir of the
Kigbt Hon. Sir John Stouhouse, Bart., and by her (who d. 13
dan. 17S2) had issue,

I. Arthur, his heir.

IF. Kobcrt,' LL.l)., Professor of Civil Law at O.tford, h.
172S; Recorder of Monmouth 1765, d. unm. 31 Jan 17S9.

III. Henry, of Kawley Court and Foxley, Berks, M.P. fur
Keading, Governor of Bengal, b. 1732; m. 1754, Amelia,
dan. of Mcholas Morse, Esq., Governor of Madras, and
dying Jan. 1771, left issue by her (who d. 2 Aug. 1819),

1 Henry, of Fawley and Foxley, bapt. 19 March, 1756; m.
5 Feb. 1783, Catherine Maria, dan. of Thomas Powney,
and by her (who m. 2ndly, George Kesbilt Thompson,
Es'j.) left at his decease, 7 Oct. 1786, one son,

Henry Vansittart, Esq. of Foxley and of Kirkleatham,
CO. York, J. P. and D.L., High Slieriff 1820; b. 10 July,
17S4; hi. 21 July, 1812, Teresa, 2nd dau. of Charlotte,
\ iscountess Newcomen, and relict of Sir Charles
Turner, Bart., and d. 1848, leaTing an only dau.
Teresa, m. 11 July, 1841, Arthur Xewcomen, Esq.,
1{.H..\., and d. 29April, 1887, leaving by him (who d.
l&4s,i, with other issue, a son, Artudr Henry Turner,
J. P. West Hiding, co. York,6. 1844 : m. 4 Aug. 1863,
Kachel, 3id dau. of Sir Jervoise Clarke Jervoise, 2nd
bart., and d. 6 April, 1884, leaving issue, Gleadowe
Tcenee, b. 28 June, 1877, Kathleen Teresa, and Muriel.

2 Arthur, bapt. 6 Dec. 1756. 3 Eobert, bapt. 1760.
i Geurge. bapt. 7 Feb. 1761.

& NicuoLAS ;Kiglit Hon.), F.K.S., b. 1766, created Lord
Bexley 1 MarcQ, 1823; iit. Catheiine Isabella, dau. of
William, 1st Lord Auckland, and d. s. p. 8 Feb. 1b61.

1 Amelia, m. Edward Parry, Esq. of Little Dunham, co.
Norfolk, and d. 25 Oct. 1791.

2 Sophia, d. unm. 18 May, 1836.

IV. John, b. 11 Dec. 1733, Midshipman E.N., Lieut, on
11. M.S. •' Princessa," and was killed in action on board
II.M.S. "Kent," in the memorable engagement of Bear-
Admiral Hawke with the French off Cape Finisterre, 14
Oct. 1747, aged 13.

V. William, b. 1741; d. young.

-VI. George, of bisham Abbey (see that Branch).

I. Susannah, Maid of Honour to the Princess Dowager of
Walcfi, 1751-70.

II. Anne, m. Sir Robert Palk, Bart.

Jlr. van Sittart J. 16 Sept. 1760. His eldest son and heir,

Arthur Vansittart, Esq. of Shottesbrook, LL.D., 6. 1726,
Col. Berks Jlilitia, M.P. for Berks from 1757 to 1774, ;n. 12
Aug. 1773, Hon. Anne Hanger, dau. of Gabriel, Lord Cole-
rainc, and by her (whod. 9 June, 1782) had issue,

I. Arthur, his heir.

II. Robert, b. 12 Sept. 1778; Lord of the Manor of Driffield,
CO. Gloucester, which he inherited from William, Lord
Coleraine,Capt. Gloucester Yeomanry, J. P. ; cZ. 26 Dec. 1838.

III. William, D.D., Prebendary of Carlisle, Rector of Shottes-
brook and White Waltham, Berks, b. 177S ; m. 11 Feb. 1817,
Charlotte Teresa, dau. ot Gen. Geor«e Warde, of Wood-
lands Castle, CO. Glamorgan, and d. 22 Nov. 1847, having
had issue, 1 William (Rev.), killed from a fall from his

■ horse, 11 Nov. 1854; 2 Augustus Charles, Lieut. R.N., d.

. 14 Aug. 1349; 3 Frederic, Capt. 14th Light Dragoons; 4
Sijcncer, Capt. 1st Royal Scots Regt., m. 2 Sept. 1857,
Emily Theresa, dau. of Admiral Sir Charles Warde, K.H.,
of Squerries Court, Kent, and relict of Robert Osborne,
Esq., and has issue, Spencer Charles Patrick, of Coolbawn,
CO. Limerick, m. 13 Nov. 1889, Hon. Matilda Isabella,
younger dau. of John, 6th Lord Massy; Aline, to. 1889,
Cajit. R. K. Stuart; 1 Charlotte Georgina; 2 Ann, m.
Kev. Clement Moody ; 3 Catherine, m. T. C. Conybeare,
Esq. I. Charlotte, d. young.

Col. Vansittart d. 12 ISTov. 1804, and was s. by his eldest son,
Arthur. Vansittart, Esq. of Shottesbrook, J. P. and D.L.
for Berks, M.P. for Windsor 1804, Col. Berks Militia, bapt. 28
Dec. 1775; ni. 17 June, 1806, Hon. Caroline Eden, 4th dau. of
William, 1st Lord Auckland, and had issue by her (who d. 2
March 1350,

I. Arthur, his successor.

II. Robert, of Chuffs, Maidenhead, Berks, J. P., Lieut.-Col.
of the Coldstream Guards, 6. 24 Jan. 1811; appointed in
1826, a Page of Honour to H.R.H. the Duchess of (_ilouces-
ter, m. 4 Nov. 1845, Harriet Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of John
Willis Fleming, Esq. of Stoneham Park, Hants, M.P.. and
d. 2 May, 1872, having had one son and eight daus.,

1 Robert Arnold, now of Foot's Cray, present representa-
tive of the family.

1 Kathcnne Caroline, m. 14 Jan. 1869, Thomas Campbell,
Esq. of Colgrain.

2 Fanny, m. Walter Lnng, Esq. 3 Bertha.

4 Edith, 7)t. Robert Peel Wethered, Esq., who is deceased.

5 JIary, Hi. Henry Fitzherbert, Esq. 6 Louisa.
7 Constance. 8 Evelyn.

III. William, H.E.I.C.C.S., of Brunswick Square, Brighton,
D.L., late M.P. for Windsor, 6. 1813; m. 1st, July, 1839,
Emily, dau. of Lieut. Col. Robert Leslie Anstruther, Ben-
gal Cavalry, and by her (who d. on her passage home from
India 1844) had a son William, and a dau. Emily Eden, m.
1 Oct. 1861, Geoi-ge Palmer, Esq., eldest son of Col. I'almer,
of Nazing Park, Essex. He m. 2ndly, 2 Dec. 1847, Henri-
etta, eldest dau. of Ambrose Humphrys, Esq., and by her
(who d. 1852) had issue, Caroline Bertha, m. 21 Nov. 1869,
Reginald Wyniatt, Esq., J. P. of Dymo.k, co. Gloucester ;
and 3rdly, 6 Feb. 1866, Melanie, youngest dau. of Sir
Richard Jenkins, G.C.B.. M.P., a Director of the E.I-Co.,
and had issue, Charles Edward Bexley, m. 28 July, 1888,
Constance Frances, younger dau. of Sir Thomas Maodonald
Miller, of Glenlee, Bart., and has issue. Mr. William Van-
sittart t<. 15 Jan. 1878.

IV. George Nicholas, 6. 1815; m. 1 June, 1852, Elizabeth
Ann, eldest dau. of John Mansfield, Esq of Midmar Castle,
CO. Aberdeen, and had issue, three sons and one dau.,
1 Arthur George, a Secretary in the Diplomatic service, 6.
22 Nov. 1855 ; 2 Francis Robert, b. 8 Jan. 1858 ; 3 Nicholas
Henry, late Lieut. Berks Militia, b. 3 Dec. 1860, m Marie,
only dau. of the late M. Gustave Vincent, and has issue,
Violet, b. 15 Aug. 1887 ; Colerainc, b. 13 July, 1889, Francis
de Mansfield, b. 10 Feb. 1891, and 1 Emily Christina.

V. Henry, H.E.I.C-S., 6. 1816: ?«. Amelia, dau. of I'homas
Dobie, Esq., and has issue, Henry, a magistrate in the
B.C.S., late Lieut. R.M. Artillery; Charles, B.C S., m.
Katherine, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Charles Pollard, and has
issue, Herbert, and Violet; Herbert; Eden, Capt. 4l8t
Sikhs, m. 16 Dec. 1889, Ethel, dau. of R. D. Spedding, Esq.,
B.C.S. ; Edith, m. Major-lien. Nugent Barton; Florence,
TO. Major-Gen. John Stuart; Rosamund.

VI. Nicholas, b. 1818; Post Capt. li.N.,C.B., served in China
war 1842 (medal and clasp), and in Russian war in Baltic
(medal and clasp), d. from wounds received at the storming
of the Peiho Forts, 25 June, 1859.

VII. Charles (Rev.), Rector of Shottesbrooke, 5. 1820; m. 27
May, 1845, Frances Rosalie, dau. of Hans Busk, Esq., and
d. 14 July, 1878, leaving issue, Sidney Nicholas, bapt. 10
Jan. 1847; Arthur, bapt. 20 Nov. 1349, in the Pontifical
Zouaves (medal); Cyril Bexley, bapt. 28 Aug. 1851, a
chamberlain of the Camera Secretta to the Poniiffs, Pius
IX. and Leo Xlll., d. 22 Jan. 1837, at Rome ; Alice Rosalie,
b. 1848, bur. at Rome.

VIII. Francis, Capt. R.H.A., b. 1822 ; d. at Pisa, 1882.

I. Caroline, m. 9 July, 1828, George Charles, Lord Vaux of
Harrowden {see Burke's Peerage).

II. Charlotte Eleanor, m. 4 Aug. 1849, Rev. Edward Serocold
Pearce Serocold, of Cherryhinton, co. Cambridge, only son
ot the Dean of Ely, and hud issue.

III. Maria Louisa, ni. 14 Sept. 1841, William Chapman, Esq.,
D.L., of South Hill, co. Wesruuath, brother of Sir Monta-
gue (jhapman, Bart, of Killua Castle, co. Westmeath.

IV. Emily Sara.

V. Sophia, VI. Thomas Alexander Anstruther, Esq., Madras
C.S., and has issue.

Mr. Vansittart d. 31 May, 1829, and was s. by his son,

Arthur Vansittart, Esq., Lord of the Manors of Shottes-
brooke, Clewer, and Kempsford.and of Foot's and North Craya,
which he inherited from Nicholas van Sittart, Lord Bexley, b.
2 May, 1807 ; formerly an officer in the 2nd Life Guards ; in.
26 March, 1831, Diana Sara, dau. of Gen. Sir John Crosbie,
of Watergate, Sussex, and by her (who d. 1881) had issue,

I. Colerainb Robert, late of Shottesbrook Park and of
Foot's Cray, formerly Capt. 11th Hussars, with which he
served in the Crimea, b. 31 Aug. 1833; d. unm. 14 April,
1886, when Shottesbrook devolved on his sister, Mrs.
Oswald Smith, and Foot's Cray on his cousin, the present
Robert Arnold Vansittart, Esq.

II. Giorge Ernest, b. 1835; d. v.p at Tours.

I. Rose Sophia, m. Augustus Oswald Smith, Esq. of Hammer-
wood, CO. Sussex, D.L.

Mr. Vansittart d. 12 April, 1859.

Arms— Erm., an eagle displayed sa., on a chief gu., a ducal
coronet or, between two crosses pattee arg. Crest— An eagle's
head, couped at the neck, between two wings elevated and dis-
played sa., the whole resting on two crosses pattee arg. Moilo
— Fata viam invenient.

Seat— Foot's Cray, Bromley.






Van Sittart-Neale, Mes. Frances Saeah. of
Bisliam Abbey, Berks, widow of the late Edward
Van Sittart-Neale, Esq. of Bisham Abbey and
Allesley Park, s. her husband 1892, and has issue
{as below).

Lineage. — Geobge Van Sittart, Esq. of Bisham Abtey,
Berks, J. P. and D.L., 6. 15 Sept. 1745, 8th son of Abthdr van
SiTTAKT, Esq.ofShottesbrook(Sf(; V aksittatlt of Shotlesbronk),
represented Berks for twenty-einht years. He to. Sarah, dau.
of Eev. Sir James Stoahouse, Bart, by Ann his wife, dau. and
co-heir of John Neale of Allesley (sec Neale Lineage), and had

I. George Henkt (Gen.), D.C.L., a distinguished oEBcer, 6.
16 July, 1768; m. 29 Oct. 1818, Anna Maria, dau. (and
co-heir with her sister, the Countess of riyniouth) of
Thomas Copson, Esq. of Sheppey and Sutton, co. Leicester,
and dying v. p. 4 Feb. 1824, left issue,

1 Geoege Henbt, successor to his grandfather.

2 Augustus Arthur, M.A., Fellow of Tiin. Coll. Camb.,
Barrister-at-Law, b. 24 July, 1824: m. 26 May, 1857, Hon.
Kachael Fanny Anne Irby, dau. of George Ives, 4th Lord
Boston, and d. s. p. 17 April, 1882.

II. Edward (Rev.), D.C.L., Rector of Taplow, Bucks, s. to
Allesley I'ark, and assumed by sign manual the name and
arms of Neale, 14 Nov. 1805, ni. 1st, 29 Aug. 1805, Jane,
eldest dau. of Samuel Gardner, Esq. of Coombe Lodge,
Oxous but by her (who d. 13 Aug. 1806), he had no child.
Ho m. 2ndly, 3 Jan. 1809, Anne, 2nd surviving dau. of Isaac
Spooner, Esq. of Elmdon, co. Warwick, and d. 21 Jan. 1850,
leaving issue,

I Edward Van Sittart, of Bisham Abbey and Allesley
Park, of whom presently.

1 Barbara Van Sittart, d. unm.

2 Caroline Van Sittart, to. 13 Aug. 1835, Harry Buckland
Lott, Esq. of Tracey House, Houiton, Devon, and d. s. p.

3 Elizabeth Van Sittart, d. unm.

4 Laura Van Sittart, m. Eev. A. K. StretteU, and d. 1888,
leaving issue.

6 Charlotte Van Sittart, m. Charles Frere, Esq., and tZ. 1881,

leaving issue.
6 Ann Van Sittart. 7 Frances Van Sittart, d. unm.

en. Arthur Hastings, E.I.C.S., b. 1774; d. at Calcutta, 18
Nov. 1806.

iv. Frederic, E.T.C.S., 6. 1776 ; d. on a sea voyage from the
East Indies. 24 March, 1814.

V. Henry, Vice-Admiral of the Red, b. 7 April, 1777, in.
Wary Charity, dau. of Eev. John Pennefatlier, and d. 31
March, J843, having had, 1 Henry; 2 John George; 3
Edward VVestby, Admiral K.N. (Retired), C.B., b. 31 July,
1818: 1 Elizabeth, m. Robert Riddell, Esq. ; 2Mary Charity,
Hi. Spencer Mackay, Esq.

I. Caroline Anne, to. 1792, Augustus Henry East, Esq.

II. Laura, hi. 26 Nov. 1809, Fulwar Craven, Esq. of Brock-
hanipton, co. Gloucester, and d. 1844.

III. Henrietta, d. unm. 25 March, 1860.

JNIr. Van Sittart d. 20 Jan. I8I9, and was s. by his grandson,

George Henbt Van Sittart, Esq. of Bisham Abbey, J.P.
and D.L., M.P. for that co. 1847-59, b. 23 April, 1823 ; to. 1st,
11 Dec. 1852, Catherine Elizabeth, dau. of John SteuartMen-
2ies, of Culdares, co. Perth (which lady d. 1874), and 2ndly,
19 Jan. 1876, Constance Charlotte, dau. of Goodwin Colquitt
Craven, Esq. of Brockhampton Park, co. Gloucester, and d. s. p.
iSS5, when he was s. by his cousin,

Edward Van Sittakt-Neale, Esq. of Bisham Abbey, Berks,
and of Allesley Park, co. Warwick, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, 6.
2 April 1810 ; m. 4 June, 1837, Fbances Sabaq, dau. of James
William Farrer, Esq. of Ingleborough, co. York, and widow of
Hon. John Scott, eldest son of John, 1st Lord Eldon, and d.
1892, having had issue,

I. Edward Ernest Van Sittart, 6. 23 Jan. 1840, d. v. p.

II. Henry James Van Sittabt, b. 30 Nov. 1842; m. 16
April, 1887, Florence, dau. of His Honor Judge Shelley
Eddis, Q.C., Judge of Clerkenwell, and has issue,

George, 6. 1890.

I. Henrietta Van Sittart, to. 5 Oct. 1864, Henry Dickinson,
Esq., and d. 1879, leaving issue.

II. Constance Van Sittart.

III. Edith Van Sittart.

^n:miln of ,^calc.

Xiineagre. — John Neale, Esq. of co. Stafford, temp.
EicHARD III., left, with other children, a son and heir,

Thomas Neale, Esq. of EUesborough, co. Bucks, who to.
the dau. of Emlin Cheshire, of WilUngton-under-Wrekin, co.
Salop, and by her had i. Eichaed, his heir, and ii. Thomas, o^
Yeldon, co. Beds. The eldest son,

Richard Neale, Esq. of Dean, co. Beds, to. before the 34th
Henry VIII., Alice, relict of Giles Poulton, of Desburgh, co.
Northampton, and dau. and co-heir of Thomas More, Esq. of
Burton, co. Bucks, and by her had (with three daus., Ellen,
Mary, and Katherine) two sons, Thomas, his heir, and Richard,
living in 1586. The former,

Thomas Neale, Esq. of Dean, co. Beds, 6. a.d. 1543; m.
1577, Ann, dau. of Francis Dayrell, Esq. of Lamport, in that
palish, and he had issue, i. John, to. Bridget, dau. and so^
heir of J. More, alias Meredith, of Upper Weald, in Wing, co.
Bucks, and dying t;. p. left three sons, of whom the eldest,
John, 5. his grandfather; ii. Peter, of Dean, ancestor of the
'!!} EA'LEs of Dean and Stamford Ba7-on, co. Northampton; iii.
Paul; and i. Grace, wife of Ralph Mallory, Esq. Thomas
Neale d. at the age of 94, and was bur. at Dean 13 Nov.
1637. He was s. by his grandson,

John Neale, Esq. of Dean, 6. 20 Dec. 1612, M.P. for Beds
in 1654. He ?ji. Anna, dau. and co-heir of Henry Cromwell,
Esq. of Upwood, co. Hants, 3id son of Sir Henry Cromwell, of
Hinchinbrook, and uncle to Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector
of England, and was s. by his son,

John Neale, Esq. of Dean, who to. Hester, dau. of John
Stephens, of Lypiate Park, co. Gloucester, and had issue,

I. Thomas, bur. at Dean 22 Oct. 1671.

I. Ann, wife of Thomas Stephens, Esq. of Lypiate Park.

II. Hester, wife of Kynard de la Berc, Esq. of Southam Park,
CO. Gloucester.

Mr. Neale, having no male surviving issue, was s. by his

Henry Neale, Esq. of Allesley Park, co. Warwick, M.P.
for Bucks, 6. Sept. 1651. He m. Anna Maria, dau. and heir of
John Hanbury, Esq. of Freckenham, co. Worcester, and by
her, who d. 11 Feb. 1729, he had issue. Mr. Neale d. 6 May,
1730, aged 79, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Neale, Esq. of Allesley Park and also of Cherrington,
CO. Gloucester, bapt. 11 July, 1687, M.P. for Coventry,
Comptroller of the Household to the young princesses, sistera
to King George III. He m. Frances, dau. of Roger Pope,
Esq. of Oswestry, by which lady, who survived him, he had
three daus., viz.,

I. Caroline, aged 2 in 1722, d. young, bur. at Allesley.

II. Anna, Maid of Honour to tjueen Caroline, 6. Feb. 1721;
m. April, 1742, Rev. Sir James Stonhouse, Bart, of Rad-
ley, and had issue.

III. Frances, to. Sir John Turner, Bart, of Warham, co. Nor-
folk. She d. 25 Dec. 1761.

Mr. Neale d. 19 Dec. 1746, and was s. by his next surviving

Thomas Neale, Esq. of Allesley Park. He m. Susannah,
2nd dau. of Michael Macpherson, of Kotherhithe, co. Surrey.
He d. Nov. 1762, and was s. by his eldest son,

Joseph Macpherson Neale, Esq. of Allesley Park,
who d. unm. June, 1780, and was s. by his only surviving

John Neale, Esq. of Allesley Park, Col. of the 1st Life
Guards, High Sheriff of co. Warwick 1783. He to. Mary,
dau. of John Hill, Esq. of Dimmock, co. Gloucester (sister to
Sarah, wife of Noah Neale, Esq. of Stamford Baron, next
male branch of this f imily), but by her he had no issue. He
d. Jan. 1793, and, at the decease of his widow, 17 Sept. 1805,
the Allesley and other property passed under her will, to Rev-
Edwabd Van Sittart, D.C.L., Rector of Taplow, Bucks (see
Van Sittart of Bisham Abbey).

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th per pale, sa., andgu., a lion
passant guardant arg., for Neale; 2nd and 3rU erm., an eagle
displayed sa., on a chief gu. a dueal coronet between two
crosses pattee arg., for van Sittart. Crests — 1st, Out of a
mural crown or, a demi-lion rampant, per lesse erm. and gu.,
charged on the shoulder with an escallop counterchanged, for
Neale ; 2nd, on two crosses patttie arg. a demi-eagle dis-
played sa.

iSeat— Bisham Abbey, Marlow, Berks.


Vaughan, His Eminence, Cardinal IIeebeet,
D.D., Archbishop of Westaiinstee, Lord
of the Manor of Courtficld, Bishop of Salford
from 1872 to 1892, Arclibishoi^ of Westminster
since that date,

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