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and created a Cardinal in the
following year by H.H. the Pope, b. 15 April,

Liineag'e. — Thomas ap Gwillim, of Perthyr, 4th son of
Wilham ap Jenkin, alias Herbert, Lord of Gwaiiiidee (see





Herbebt of X?anar;ft\ m. JIaiul, dau. and co-heir of Sir
Jolm Moriey, Knt. of LUvnsaintfiaed, and liad issue. The 4th

l[o>TEU. AP Thomas ap Owillim, of Perthyr, m. twice. The
3rd son of the 2nd mania;;e, with Catherine, dau. of Grono ap

WiLUAM VicHAN, or William, tlic younger, resided at Llan-
rothal. in co. Herefovd, not far from Perthyr. He m. a dau. of
John Pye, Esq. of The Mynde Parli, co. Hereford, and had,
with three daus., as man\ sons. The 2nd son,

Thomas VArGHAN, 7)i. a dau. of Lewis John Gwillini, and
had three sons. James, Tlioniai^, and Henry. The elder,

James VArcHAS, of Llangaltock, m. Sibylla, dau. and heir
of John Gwilym, of Killwch Vac-li, Lord of Bicknor in 1575,
and had three sons. The 2nd son,

William Vaughan, Esq. of Clifford, Lord of Welsh Bicli-
nor, m. Jane, dau. and cventiual heir of Richard CLirke, Esq.
oi Wellington, co. Hereford, and d. 16U1, having had three
daus. and five sons; the 2nd was William, of Wellington. The
eldest son and heir,

John Vacghan, Esq. of Welsh Biclcnor, co. Monmouth,
and Clifford Parli, co. Hereford, living 1634, m. Anne, dau. of
lUchard Lin'gen, Esq., and was father of two daus. (Mary,
m. John, eldest son of Sir William Jones, of Dingestow, co.
Monmouth, and Margaret, m. William Bridges, of Upleadon,
CO. Hereford; and of three sons, PvIciiard, his heir ; John,
called of Raglan, in family deed, ltl39; and (Ilev.).
ordained 16-6. The eldest son,

EiCHARD Vacghan, Esq. of Wclsh Bicknor, 6. 1600, to.
twice. By his 2nd wile, .\gatha, ,iau. of John Berington, Esq.
of Cowarne Court, co. Hcieiord, he left at his decease, 1696, a

John Vaughan, of Courtfield, h. 1675; m. 1st, 1698, Cathe-
rine, dau, of Sir John Curzon, and by her had a dau. Mary. m.
Rowland B.trtlett, Esq. of Helland, co. Gloucester. Mr.
Laughan m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Philip Jones, Esq. of
Llanarth Court, and by her (who d. 1757) had issue,

Jones, of Courtlield and Cljrow, 6. 1707 ; d. s. p. 1780,

Richard, of whom presently.

AVilliam, attainted for treason after the battle of Culloden,
and excluded Ironi the general pardon in 1747. He subse-
quently entered the Spanish service, attained the rant of
General, and commanded the regiment called "Iberia."

Philip, b. 1716; d. 17o4.

Teresa, 6. 1713 ; m. 1740, Edward Weld, Esq. of Lulworth.

John Vaughan d. 175 i. His 2nd son,

Richard Vaughan is said to have fought in the Duke of
Perth's division at Culloden. He subsequently entered the
Spanish service, and d. in that country, having in. a Sp.anish
lady. Donna Francesca, dau. of Guillermo Fuort-y-Mamman
and Catalina Marquirez-y-Onel, " Gente distinquida di il
connado de Mortez," by whom he had a son and a dau.,
William and Elizabeth, m. Col. Count, of Kilmallock, in the
Spanish service. The son,

William Vacghan, Esq., 6. 1740; m. 1768, Frances, dau. of
John Turner, Esq. of llampstead, and d. 1796, leaving (with
a dau. Frances, ni. Thomas Major Davis) an only son,

William Michael Thomas John Vacghan, Esq. of Court-
field, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1833, b. 1781 ; m. 1st, 22
Aug. 1803, Teresa, dau. of Thomas Weld, Esq. of Lulworth
Castle, Dorset, and 2ndly, 1835, Lady Mary Anne Gage,
relict of Sir Thomas Gage, Bart., and dau. of Valentine, 1st
Earl of Kcnmare (the latter lady d. s.p. 13 June, 1810/). By
the former, Mr. Vaughan had issue,

JooN Francis, his heir.

William, Roman Catholic Bishop of Plymouth, b. 1314.
Pvichard, a priest of the .Society of Jesus, b. Ia26.
Edmund, a Keoemptant Priest, 5. 1827.
Frances, a nun, deceased,
Mary, a nun, deceased.

Teresa Mary Elcanora, m. 1841, Thomas Weld-Blundell,
Esq. of Ince Blundell Hall, co. Lancaster (see Weld Blun-


The eldest son,

Joa.N Francis Vaughan, Esq. of Courtaeld, J.P. for cos.
Gloucester, Monmouth, Hereford, and Mayo, and D.L. for co.
Monmouth, Lieut.-Col. Commanding Jlonmouthshire Militia,
6. 2 July, 1808; m. 1st, 12 July, 1830, Eliza Louisa, dau. of
John Rolls, Esq. of The Hendre, co. Monmouth, and by her
had issue,

Herbert, present representative.

liogtr William, Archbishop of Sydney, b. 1S34 ; d. Aug.

Kenelm, a priest, 6. 1840.
Joseph, a Benedictine priest, 6. 1841.
Francis Baynham, vi CourttieKI, D.L. for Hereford, Col.

Royal Mouiiiouttishire Engineer Militia, 6. 16 March, 1844 ;

m. 16 Aug. 1871, Caroline Ruth, dau. of Charles Alexander
Pope, Esq. of St. Louis, U.S.A., and has issue, Charles
Jeiome, 0. 30 Sept. ISTS; Herbert Joseph, 6. 19 Kov.
1874; Irancis John, b. 5 May, 1877; Clare; Mary; and,

Bernard, a priest of the Society of Jesus, b. 1847.

Reginald, 6. 1849; m. 5 April, 1875, Julia, dau. of John
Shanahan, Esq. of New South Wales, and has issue.

John, a priest, 6. 1853.

Gwladys, a nun, deceased.

Teresa, a nun, deceased,

Clare, a nun, deceased.

Mary, a nun, deceased.

Col. Vaughan m. 2ndly, 15 Feb. 1860, Mary only surviving
dau. of Joseph Weld, Esq. of Lulworth Castle, co. Dorset, and
by her (who d. 7 Dec. 1880) had issue,

Charles, 6. 1860; rf. in infancy.

Eliza, d. in infancy.
Col. Vaughan d. 17 Dec. 1880.

Arms — Per pale az. and gu. three lions rampant arg. Crest
— A child's head, couped at the shoulders ppr., crined or, ai:*!
entwined round the neck with a snake vert. Mottoes — Duw a
digon ; Simplices .sicut pueri sagaces sicut serpentes.

Se't — Courtfield, near Ross, co. Hereford. ii«it;c;ic«— Arch-
bishop's House, Carlisle Place, Westminster.


Vaughan, Edward Goldisbkough, Esq. of
Burlton Hall, co. Salop, I. 2d Aug. 1832, s. 1876.

Lineagre. — This, with several other Cambrian families,
derives from Tudok Trkvor, Lord of Hereford and Whittiiig-
ton, Chief of the "Tribe of the Marches." Fourth in descent
from the Lord of Hereford and Whittington was

Ruts ap Ednyfd (commonly called Rhys Sais, from being-
bred among the English), Lord of Oswestry, Whittington, and
p.nrtof both Maelors, r,i. 1137, Eva, dau. of GrifBth Hir (de-
scended from Tudor the Great, Piince of South Wales), and
had three sons. The 3rd son.

IDHON AP Rhys Sais, Lord of Dudleston and Trayan, //t.
Alice, dau. of Sir John Done, Knt. of Utkinton, co. Chester,,
and was s. by his son,

Trehayarn ap Iduo.v, Lord of Dudleston, m. Elen, dau. of
Sir Jeffrey Cornwall, Knt., Barou of Burford, and had (witli
other issue) a 5th son,

HwFA ap Tbehayarn, who had, by gavelkind tenure, his
share of his father's lands in Dudleston. From this Hwfa ap
Trehayarn, the 6th in descent,

Eignon Vychan ap Ednyvit, of Plas Thomas, in Dudleston,
Salop, ),i. Myfanwy, dau. of levan ap Ednyvit Gam, lineally-
descended from Tudor Trevor, and was great-grandfather of

Rhys AP Llewellyn, Gent, of Plas Thomas, in Dadleston,
who had five sons, Thomas, a Catholic priest; Edward, of.
Plas Ithell; John Lloyd, who d. s.p.; Robert, of Plas Owen ;
John Vaughan, the 4th son, who was father of
Thomas ap John Vaughan, of Plas Thomas, Salop, wt. Joan^
d.iu. of Philip Jennings, Esq. of Dudleston, by Diana his wifw,
dau. of Sir William Bowyer, Bart., and left, with two elder
sons, living 1675, but who both d. s. p., a 3rd son.

Rev. Philip Vauoiian, Rector of Ilordley, Salop, m. Eliza-
beth, dau. of Enser, of Whittle, in the same co., and h&d

I. Thomas, who d. .». p. at Oxford 1674.

II. Peter, heir to his lather. m. Philip.
Rev. Pliilip Vaughan was s. by his son,

Peter Vaughan, Esq. of Plas Thomas, living 1695. He m.
Elizabeth, dau. of Rev. Joseph Ottiwell, Vicar of Ellesmere,
and d. 1700, leaving issue,* His 3rd son,

Philip Vaughan, Esq. of Burlton, bapt. 10 Oct. 1690; vi.
30 Jan. 1716, Jane, dau. of Roger Bolas, Esq., of Ruyton, by
Katheriue his wife, dau. of Arthur Chambre, Esq. of Burlton;

* Peter Vauglian's two eldest sons were Thomas and John ;
the latter d. s. p. 1711. The eldest,

Thomas Vaughan, Esq., m. 5 Jan. 1704, Margaret, d.tu. arid
heir of Henry Hatchett, gent, of The Wood, aud had by h.-r
I who d. 17 10) Thomas, his successor, b. 1706, and Hatchett, who
d. in his infancy 1710. Mr. Vaughan, of The Wood, d. 1719,
and was s. by his only surviving child,

Thomas Vaughan, of The Wood, m. Sarah Hatchett, of Lee»
Salop, and had by her (who ((. 1764) two daus., Margaret, d.
1729, and Sarah, who, becoming heii- to heriatherat bis death,
1737* and dying U71HI. 1753, bequeathed the old family estatt:
of puis Thomas to her great-uncle, Philip Vacghan, Esq. of
Burlton, 3rd son ot Petkr Vacguas, ot Plus Thomas. She.-
lelt The Wood to her mother and her heirs.





and left at his decease, 1755, with other issue, a Bon and suc-

Thomas Vaughan, Esq. of Binlton and l^las Thomas, h. 20
Feb. 17'20; m. 1759, Elizabeth, dau, and co-heii' of Thomas
Chanibre, Esq. of Whittal (youngest biother of Francis
Chanibre, Esq. of Petton, Salop), by Elizabeth his wife, dau.
and co-heir of Benjamin Gold isbrough, Esq., a lineal descendant
of Godfrey Goldisbrough (of an ancient Yorkshire family),
Bisliop of Gloucester 1598. By Elizabeth Chambre his wife,
Thomas Vaughan had issue. Mr. Vaughan d. 21 April, 1780.
Kis only son and successor,

Thomas Vaugeian, Esq. of Burlton and Plas Thomas, Capt.
in the army, 6. 21 May, 1706. Capt. Vaughan was lost on his
passage homeward in the ''Prince of Wales" East Indiaman
27 May, 1804, having m. 11 Aug. 1795, Lowry Kanney, dau.
of William Wynn, Esq. of Maes-y-Neuadd, co. Merioneth
(who took the name of Nanney), and by her (who d. 25 Sept.
1803) had an only surviving son,

Robert Chambre Vacguan, Esq. of Burlton Hall and
AVoodgate, Salop, B.A. Oxon, 6. 3 June, 1796; )u. 11 Sept.
1828, Anna, 3rd dau. of the Hon. Edward Massy, 2nd son of
Hugh, 2nd Lord Massy, and has had issue,

I. John Nanney Chambre, of Woodgatc, Salop, 6. 23 Aug.
1830; m. 25 Sept. 1855, Catherine JIassy, eldest dau. of
Thomas Dickin, Esq. of Loppington House, Salop, and d.
1869, having had issue,

1 Thomas Goldisbrough Chambre, S. 12 July, 1856 ; m.
Emily, youngest dau. of Charles Juckes, of Polas Parva,
Salop, and by her (who d. 2 Nov. 1884), has issue, John
Charles Chambre, deceased ; Nellie Lowry, dectiised.

2 Johnlioderic Goldisbrough, 6. 23 Oct. 1857; d. 4 Dec.

3 Robert Percy Goldisbrough, 6. 11 June, 1859; d. Nov.

4 Frederick Edward Goldisbrough, b. 9 Nov. 1805, d.

1 Catherine Eleanor C, d.

2 Jlary Louisa Gertrude, d. Oct. 1874.

3 Sarah Anna Lowry, 6. June and d. Dec. 1863.

II. Edward Goldisbrocgh Chambre, now of Burlton Hall.

III. Arthur Chichele Chambie (Uev.), M.A., Lambley Vicar-
age, Carlisle, b. 12 Aug. 1834; m. S Aug. 1»C1, Susanna
Clotilde, youngest dau. of Jacob liiuds, Esq. of Barbados,
and has issue,

1 William Chambre, 6. 28 March, 18':4.

2 Arthur Chichele Chambre, b. 21 April, 1865.

1 Amy Cicel}', deceased.

2 Elizabeth Maud, deceased.

3 Susanna Clotiide, deceased.

4 Anna Jane, deceased.

5 Mary Dent. 6 Isabel Gibson.

IV. William Wynne, &. 13 Dec. 1843.

I. Catherine Elizabeth, to. 18 Dec. 18C7, John Campbell
Lambert, Esq., eldest son of Capt. Lambert, of Lysion
Hall, Essex, and has a son, Archibald Vaughan, b. 19 Nov.

II. Anna. iii. Edith. iv. Lowry.
Mr. Vaughan d. 8 Aug. 1870, and was s. under a deed of entail
by his 2nd, but eldest surviving son, Edward Goldisbrough
Chambre, now of Burlton Hall.

Arms — Arg., a chevron gu. between three boars' heads
couped of the second, armed or, langued az., on the centre of ,
the chevron a crescent of the first within an annulet of the
third. Cresl — Onachapeau quartered up erm., a boar's head
couped, also gu., armed or, langued az. Jiiotio— Afrad pob

Seat— Burlton HaU, Sulop.

of Penymaes, Llanvillo, co. Brecon, and grand-
dan, of William Gwynue, Esq. of Cyngbonij, co,

&f(;s— Velinnewydd House, Brecon ; The Skreen, Erwood,
CO. Piadnor ; and Slitchill House, Torquay.


Williams- Vaughan, John, Esq. of Velin-
newydd, Brecon, J. P. and D.L. for cos. Eadnor
and Brecon, Higli Sheriff 1855, 5.1810; «;. 1845,
Elizabeth Fortune Marj, only child and heir of
John Williams, Esq. of The Skreen, co. Radnor,
and of Vellinnewyd, and by her (who d. 1SG9) lias

John Williams, of The Skreen, co. Radnor, J. P. co. Brecon,
J. P. and D.L. co. Radnor, High Sheriff 1885, b. 1853: la.
1887, Elizabeth Bertha, eldest dau. of the late Rev.
Walpole Mohun-llarris.

]\Ir. W^illiams-Yaughan assumed the name of
Vaughan by royal licence, under the will of his
inicle, A\'illiam (jwynne Vaiiglian, Esq. of Llanvillo,
and subsequently adopted that of Williams also.
He is the eldest son of Samuel Jones, Esq., by his
2nd wife, Jane, 3rd dau. of William Vaughan, Esq.


Llotd-Vaughan, William Peisley Hut hin-
SON, Esq. of Golden Grove and Mount Heaton,.
King's Co., J.P. and P.L., High Sheriff 18V4, b. 2s.
April, 1844 ; m. 5 Aug. ISiiO, Elizabeth Henrietta,
dau. of William Henry Darby, Esq. of Leap Casth%
King's Co. Mr. Lloyd- Vaughan is lieir-general
and representative of Lloi'D of Qloster and.
Vaughan of Golden Grove.

Lineage.— The Vaughans of Golden Grove, King's Co.,
are of ancient Welsh ancestry, and represent also the old
English family of Peisley, as well as the equally old Welsli
family of Lloyd of Gloster, King's Co.

John Vacghan, Esq. of St. Dogwells, co. Pembroke, was-
seised in fee before 1640 of certain lands and tenements ii»
that CO. By Jane Bullen his wife he had, with a son, Richard^
mentioned in his brother's «ill 1710, a son.

Hector Vaughan, Esq. of Dromoyle and Knocknameasc,
King's Co., who had a grant of a fourth part of the estate ct
Terence (Coghlan attainted of treason), by patent dated 30
Dec. 1068, and a grant of Tristan and Clonmaepoer, dated 5
Feb. 1070. He was High Sheriff of King's Co. 1098, and lii..
1st, 10 May, 1604, Mary, only dau. and heir of Capt. William
I'eisley, of Knocknamease, King's Co., granddau. of Baith-
olomew Peisley, Esq. of Punchestown, co. Kildaie, Comptroller
to Thomas, Viscount Wcntworth, afterwards Earl of Strafford,
Lord Deputy of Ireland, by Katherine de la Moore his wife.,
of Moore and Walton, co. 0.\ford, and grcat-granddau. ot
George Peisley, Esq. of Ascott, co. Oxford, by whom he had

I. William Peislet, his heir.

II. John, of Diomoyle, b. 15 Aug. 1698, whose will is dated
17 May, 1718. He m. Mary Ilatwell, and had a son.

Hector, of Fancroft, King's Co., whose will, dated 3 June,
1779, was proved 18 Nov. the next year. He m. his
cousin, Bridget, dau. of Wiliiam Ptisley Vaughan, Esq..
of Golden Grove (who was b. S Nov. 170b),

I. Frances, ra. Col. Robert Hedges, of Maeroom, co. Cork.

II. Jane, m. Jasper Grant, Esq. of Kilmurry, co. Cork.

' Mr. Vaughan m. 2ndly, 1085, Anne Webster, by whom he-
had, with a dau. Anna, m. Kilner Brazier, Esq. of Lizard,
CO. Limerick. He d. 18 Nov. 1710, and was s. by his eldest

I son,

I William Peisley Vaughan, Esq. of Go'.den Grove, alias
Knocknamease, b. 4 Feb. 1666 ; m. 1st (articles dated 8 Apiil,

\ 1697) Anne, dau. of Thomas Sadleir, Esq. of Kilvelagh, co.

j Tipperary (descended from the lliglit Hon. Sir Ralph Sadleir,
Kut. Banneret, the illustrious wariior and statesman), and
had by her (who d. 12 Dec. 1710) two soeb and six daus.,

I. Hector Bullen, 6. 29 Oct. 1701 ; d. unm.

II. William Peisley Oliver Sadleir, his heir,

I. Frances, 6. 15 Aug. 1698; m. (articles dated 17 May, 1718;
Ralph WaUis, Esq. of Springmount, Queen's Co., and had

II. Mai-y, b. 25 June, 1700 ; d. unm. 7 Jan. 1723.

III. Anne, b. 17 Nov. 1702; d. unm. 1123.

IV. Jane, b. 10 Feb. 1708; d. unm.

V. Letitia, b. 2 Dec 1710; m. 14 July, 1739, William Pen-
dred, Esq. of Brnghillstown, co. Carluw.

VI. Bridget, 6.8 Nov. 1706; to. Hector Vaughan, Esq. ol

Mr. Vaughan was High Sheriff of King's Co. 1738. His son,
William I'eisley Oliver Sadleir Vaughan, Esq. of Golden

Grove, 6. 29 Jan. 1703; to. 5 Oct. 1738 Maiy, dau. of Rev.

John Trench, of Dublin, and by her (who d. 22 Nov. 1742) he

left at his decease, v. p. 1746 (with a dau. Mary, 6. 10 July.

1741 ; d. unm. 1764) a son,
William Peisley Vaughan, Esq. of Golden Grove, High

Sheriff King's Co. 1766, b. 15 Oct. 1739; ?«. 3June, 1764, Mary^

dau. of Nicholas Synge, D.D., Bishop of Killaloe, and by her

(who d. 27 Dec. 1808) he had issue,

I. William Peisley, his heir.

II. Richard (Rev.;, m. Catherine, dau. and heir of Oliver
Latham, Esq. of Killenall; d. s.^. 30 dune, 1841.

I. Martha, ot whom presently.

II. Elizabeth, d. unm. iii. Sophia, d. unm.
Mr. Vaughan d. 14 June, 1809, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Peisley Valcha.v, Esq. of Golden Grove, Higfe





SheiitT King's Co. 150r>, I. 4 July, 1774 ; d. unm. 4 Dec. 1S42,
jiid was s. by his sister,

Maktha Vacghan, of Golden Grove, 6. 11 Sept. 1781; m.
Jlav, 182-2, John Llotd, Esq., youngest son of John Lloyd,
Esq. of Glostev, King's Co. UaPc^grec o/ Llotd) ; d. 2G Jan.
1S49, and was buried at Fancroft, leaving an only child,

Maky Vacghan Lloyd, of Golden Grove, b. 1824; ni.
Samuel Dawson IlrTCHiNsoN, Esq. of Mount Heaton, King's
■Co., assumed, by royal licence, dated 26 July, 1843, the names
.and arms of Vaighas and Llotd. and had a son, William
I'EiSLEY llrrcuiNSON Lloyd-A'auiuian, now of Golden Grove.

^?:imi!it cf ^lonb of (Slostcr.
TrDOK ap Ievan, 3rd son of Ievan ap Llewelyn, descended
from Cadkod Hakdd, or Cadkod, the Handsome, a Welsh
Trince, seated in the Isle of Anglesey, in the 10th century),
by Mabli his wife, dau. and heir of Grouo ap Tudor, derived
I'lom Marchwcithain, Lord of Is-AIcd, Founderof the eleventh
Xoble Tribe of North Wales and Powys, to. Mabli, dau. and
Jieir of Griffith ap Ievan Gethin (ancestor of the Merediths p/
^b<,-tanai), derived from Einion Efell, Lord of Cynllaeth {sec
Edwards of A'css Stranae). Their son,

David Lloyd, m, Mali, dau. and heir of Grono ap Ievan,
<lcrived, through Elcdyr ap Khys Sais, from Tudor Trevor,
Lord of Hereford, and had issue,

TcDOR Lloyd, Esq. of Bodidris-yn-Yale, co. Denbigh, m.
■Catlierine, dau. of John Edwards, of Plas Newydd, and was s.
by his son,

John Llotd, Esq. of Bodidris, r,i. Catherine, dau. of Henry
Salusbury, Esq., and was father of

Sir. Evan Lloyd. Knt. of Bodidris, n. Elizabeth, dau. of
Thomas Mostyn, Esq. of Mostyn, co. Flint, and relict of John
Yale. Esq, of Plas yn Yale, co. Denbigh, and had, with a
Catherine, ?;!. Cadwalader Price, of Ehiwlas, co. Merioneth, a
6-on and heir.

Sir John Lloyd, Knt. of Bodidris, m. Margaret, dau. of
John Salusbury, Esq. of Uug, co. Slerioneth {see Borke's
J'ecrcnc and iJaj-otittd^f, Salusbury, Bart, oj Llanw'vn), and
was father of

Evan Lloyd, Esq. of Bodidris, J.P. and D.L. co. Denbigh,
Capt.-Gcn. in the service of Charles I, in Ireland, m. JIary,
<1au. and co-heir of Sir Kichard Trevor, Knt. of Allington, co.
Denbigli, derived from Tudor Trevor, Lord of Hereford, and
iiad, with other issue,
I. John, of Bodidris, J.P. and D.L. co. Denbigh, ra. 1st,
Margaret, dau. of Sir Bevis Thelwall, Knt., and 2ndly,
Eleanor, dau. of Sir William Jones, Knt. of Castellmarch,
one of the Judges of the King's Bench, and widow of John
I'lice, Esq. of Rhiwlas, co, Merioneth, By his 1st wife he
iiad a son and heir,
Sir Evan Llotd, 1st Bart, of Bodidris, so created 1G46.
He 111. Anne, dau. of .Sir Charles Williams, Knt. of Llan-
gibby, and was *. by his son,
Sir Evan Lloyd, 2nd Bart, of Bodidris, m. Mary, dau.
and co-heir of Kecs Tanat, Esq. and </. 6 April, 1700,
leaving an only surviving dau. and heir (see Burke's
M.ctinct Bo.ronelaijt),
JIargaret Lloyd, w. Eichard "Vaughan, Esq. of
Corsygedol, co. Merioneth, and was mother of
Catherine Vaughan, who in. Kev. Hugh Wynn,
D.D., Prebendary of Salisbury, and left a dau. and
heir, Margaret Wynn, m. Sir Roger Mostyn, Bart,
of Mostyn, co. Flint, and had (with other issue, who
d. s. x>.) Elizabeth Mostyn, ni. Edward Pryce
Llovd, Lord >Iosttn, and Anna Marla Mostyn,
7).,. Sir Robert Williames Vaughan, Bart, of Nannau,
CO. Merioneth.
n. Roger, m. Miss Nightingale, and had issue.
lu. Tbevob, of whom presently.
Mr. Lloyd d. 17 April, 1037, at Presaddfyd, in the Isle of
Anglesey. His youngest son,

Trevor Llotd, Esq., a Capt. in the army of Charles I., m.
1639, Rose, dau. and heir of Francis Medhop, Esq. of Tonagh,
King's Co., by whom he acquired estates in King's Co., and
CQ. Tipperary, and d. 1685, leaving (with another son, Trevor)
a son and succe-ssor,

Medhop Lloyd, Esq. of Gloster, m. Mary, dau. of Chris-
topher Lovett, Esq., Lord Mayor of Dublin, and had fourteen
children, all of whom d. s. p. with the exception of

Trevor Lloyd, Esq. of Gloster, King's Co., m. Henrietta,
dau. of James Waller, Esq. of Castletown, co. Limerick (a
descendant of Sir Hardress Waller, Governor of Limerick
during the Commonwealth), and had, with other issue,
I. John, his heir. ii. Hardress, d. s. -p.

III. Waller, ?«. Lovat Ashe, Esq. of Ashgrove, co. Tipperary.
I. Rose, m. Alexander Saunderson, Es(i. of Castle Saunder-
oon, CO. Cavan.

Mr. Lloyd, whose will, dated 13 Jan. 1733, was proved IC Jan.
1747, was s. at his decease by his eldest son,

John Lloyd, Esq. of Gloster, M.P. for King's Co. from 1768
until 1790, and subsequently for the boroush of Inistiogue.
Mr. Lloyd in. 1777, Jane, youngest dau. and co-heir (with her
sisters, Anne, wife of Rev. Abraham Symes, D.U., and Alice,
wife of Samuel Hayes, Esq. of Avondale) of Thomas Le Hunte,
Esq., who d. in 1775, 5th son of George Le Hunte, Esq. of
Artr.amont, co. Wexford, and had issue,

I. Hardress, his heir.

II. Trevor, d. at Cambridge 1796,

III. Thomiis, Lieut. -Col. in the army, killed at the passage of
the Nivelle, 10 Kov. 1813, at the head of his regiment (the
94th); %o\m. iv. Evan, rf. ujun.

V. John, Hi., as above stated, Martha, dau. of William Peisley
Vaughan, Esq. of Gulden Grove, and sister and heir of
AVilliani Peisley Vaughan, Esq. of Golden Grove, and had
an only dau. and heir,
JIart Vaughan Llotd, m. Samuel Dawson Hutchinson,
F.:;q. of Mount Heaton, who assumed the surname of
Llotd- Vaughan, and (/. 1845, leaving an only son,
William Peislet Hutchinson Lloyd- Vacghan, Esq. of
Golden Grove, present heir-general and representative
of Llotd of Gloster.

I. Alice, TO. 5 April, 1797, Laurence, 2nd Earl of Eosse.

II. Harriet, 7n. Rev. Mr. King, of Ballylin.
Mr. Lloyd was s. at his decease by liis eldest son,

Hardress Llotd, Esq. of Gloster, J.P. and D.L., M.P.
King's Co. 1807-16, Lieut.-Col. South Down Regt. of Militia,
d. itnin. 18C0, and was s. in the representation of his family
by his grand-nephew,

William P. H. Lloyd Vaughan, now of Golden Grove and
Mount Heaton.

Arms — Quarterly of nine; 1st quarterly, 1st sa., a chevron
between three boys' heads couped at the shoulders arg., crined
or, round the neck of each a snake entwined ppr., for Vaughan ;
2nd paly of eight arg. and gu., a border or pellett6e, for Lloyd
of Gloster: 3rderm., a lion rampant az., ducally crowned arg.,
for Medhop ; 4th, quarterly gu. and az. crusily fitchee or, a
lion rampant arg. for Hutcuinson ; 2nd, quarteily gu. and az.
crusily fitchee or, a lion rampant arg., for Hutchinson ; 3rd
paly of eight arg. and gu., for Llotd of Bodidris; 4th gu., a
lion rampant arg., for Grono ap Sevan; 5th per bend sinister
erm. and ermines, a lion rampant or, for Trevor ; 6th erm., a
lion rampant az., ducally crowned arg., for Medhop ; 7th vert,
a saltire or, an annulet of the last for ditTerence, for Le Hunte ;
8th sa., a chevron arg. between three boys' heads coupedatthe
shoulders, round the neck of each a snake entwined, all ppr.,
for Vaughan ; 9th gu., a lion rampant or, ducally crowned of
the last, in the dexter chief point a cross-crosslet arg. Crests —
1st, Vaughan, A boy's head couped at the shoulders, crined or,
round the neck a snake entwined ppr. ; 2nd, Lloyd, of Gloster,
A lion lampant arg., holding in the dexter fore-paw a snake
ppr. ; 3rd, Hutchinson, On a ducal coronet or, a cockatrice,
wings addorsed, ppr. Motto — Innocentia infantis, sapientia

ibeat— Golden Grove, Eoscrea, King's Co.


Vaughan, Hekbeet, Esq. of Brynog, co.
Cardigan, J.P. and D.L., Jligh Sheriff 1862,
formerly Capt. 68th Foot, b. 3 March, 1831 ; m. 12
Aug. 1862, Julia Radclyffe Patten, only child of
the late

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