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1 Mary, d. unm. 24 Jan. 1837, aged 22.

2 JIadeline. 3 Fanny Maria.

VII. Thomas, of Newton, near Middlewich, b. 7 Oct. 1786,
TO. 1 Oct. 1822, Maiia Anne, dau. of liev. Thomas Hodges,
of Holmes Chapel, and d. s. p. 5 Nov. 1839.

I. Sarah Darrell, 6. 12 April, 1789; d. unm. 29 Jan. 1837.

Mr. Vawdrey d. 29 March, 1801, and was 3. by his eldest son
and heir,

Daniel Vawdrey, Esq. of Tushingham Hall, co. Chester,
and Plas Gwynant, co. Carnarvon,J.P. cos. Salop, Chester, and
Carnarvon, High Sheriff of the last-named co. 1829, b. 5 Oct.
1771 ; m. 7 Feb. 1804, Anne, dau. of Benjamin Wyatt, Esq. of
Lime Grove, near Bangor, and had issue,

I. Daniel (Rev.), now of Plas Gwynant.

II. Willi im Seaman (Rev.), M.A. Queen's Coll. Camb., 6. 14
Sept. 1»08, Vicar of Pannal, co. York, and d. 18i7.

III. Benjamin Llewelyn, of Tushiuf^ham (see next Memoir).
I. Mary, d. unm. ii. Anne, d. young.

Mr. Vawdrey d. 17 Jan. 1844.

Arms— Per fes~e or and arg., a fesse sa., in chief a lion passant
gu , holding in the dexter paw a cross-crusslct fitchee of the
third, and in base a cross humettee of the last bLtween four
ermine spots. Crest — A cock statant arg., armed, combed, and
legged gu. Motto — Avec Ldeu je vaudrai.

^cat—f\aa Gwynant, Beddgelert, co. Carnarvon.


Yawdeey, Rev. Llewelyn Brookes, of Tush-
ingham, CO. Ciiester, M.A. Brasenose Coll. Oxon,
is Lord of the Manors of Tushingliam and Moors-
barrow, and Vicar of Tushingham, b. 14 Jan. 1845 ;
m. 15 Aug. 1883, Louisa Maria, dau. of Rev. (jreorge
Lloyd, M.A., Vicar of West Hiil, co. Devon, and
has issue,





Mary Darell, 6. ISS-t.
Margaret Seaman, b. 1SS6.

Lineage. — Benjamin Llewelyn Vawdket, Esq. of Tusli-
ingham Hall, co. Chester, on', son of Daniel Vawdrey, Esq.
of Tushingham Hall, co. Chester (.<t'c preceding Memoir), b. 5
Dee. 1S09; vi. Aujr. 1S4'J, Theodosia, dau. of Willi.ara
Wycherley Brookes, Esq. of Whitchurch, Salop (of the family
of Wycherley, the dramatist), and has issue,

I. Llewelyn Bkookes (Ecv)., now of Tushingham Hall.

ai. Daniel (Rev.), M.A., Kector of Areley King's, co. Wor-
cester, b. lSn2.

m. William Wyatt, b. 1S53: d. unm. 8 Feb. 1882.

I. Theodosia Sarah.

Jlr. B. L. Vawdrey rf. 1 Feb. ISPJ, and was s. by his eldest

For Arms, d-c, see Vawdkey of Phh Girynant.

Seat — Tusiiingham Hall, Whitchurch, Shropshire.


Veaie, Henet Mallet, Esq. of Passaford,
Devon, b. 1831, s. 1876 ; m. 1854, Elizabeth, dau.
ot" Aaron Saunders, Esq. of Kings Nympton,
Devon, and by her (who d. March, 1883) has

I. Henry. it. James. iii. Westcott Harris.

IV. Arthur James.

I. Lucy. II. Caroline. iii. Elizabeth.

IV. Emily. v. Mary. vi. Sophia Eleanor.

He in. lindly, 1886, Ellen, widow of Christopher
Edmonds, Esq., Ceylon Civil Sei'vico.

Lineage. — From the title-deeds of the property, it appears
that Passaford was purchased in 1620 by Rev. Walter
Veale, Rector of Iddesleigh, co. Devon, from which time his
descendants in the male line continued in possession till it
ended with

James Veale, Esq. of Passaford in 1770. He bequeathed
his estate to his nephew,

James Mallet (4th son of William Mallet, Esq. of Ash
House, Iddesleigh, co. Devon, hi. 23 Sept. 1736, Jane Veale,
of Passaford), who, in compliance with the will of his uncle,
assumed the name and arms of Veale on inheriting Passa-
ford. He d. 1816, having had issue by Susanna Turner his
wife, who d. some years later,

I. James Harris, of Passaford.

II. Westcott Harris, J3.A. Oxon, Vicar of Hatherleigh, co.
Devon, d. unm.

I. Louisa, d. unm.

II. Jane, m. William Cholmeley Morris, Esq. of Fishleigli,
CO. Devon, and had issue, eleven children.

III. Mary, m. John Isbell, M.D. of Stonehonse, and had
issue, six children.

His eldest son,

James Harris Veale, Esq. of Passaford, J. P. and D.L., 6.
1800; m. 1830, Emily, eldest dau. of Rev. Henry William
Nevile, Rector of Cottesmore, co. Rutland, by Amelia his wife,
dau. of James Mann, Esq., and by her (who d. Aug. 1879) had

Henet Mallet, now of Passaford.
Mr. Veale d. 1876.

Arms — Arg., on a bend sinister gu. three kine or. Crest —
Out of a ducal coronet or, a battle-axe ppr. Motto — Victima

Seat — Passaford, Hatherleigh.

Veitch, Rev. Henby Geoege Johk, B.A. of
Eliock, CO. Dumfries, Vicar of Kilmersdon, co.
Somerset, b. 26 Sept. 1833 ; m. 1st, 12 Dec. 1865,
Sibella Matilda, dau. of Col. Donald Cameron, of
Loehiel and Achnacarry, co. Inverness, and the
Lady Vere Cameron, and by Jier (who d. 7 April,
189U), has issue,

George Douglas, 6. 1874.

I. Vere Matilda Lisette. ii. Sybil Eleanor.

Mr. Yeitch m. 2ndly, 22 Dec. 1891, Georgiana, dau.
of John George Hobson, Esq. of Curlew Lodge,
Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire.

Lineage. —Rev. Heney Veitch, Minister of Swinton
CO. Berwick, first-cousin to the Hon. James Veitch, of Eliock,

one of the Senatoi-s of the College of Jusiice, who was son of
William Veitch, of Eliock, c.idet of the family of Veitch o/
Daieick, CO. Peebles, m. Frances, only child of Sir John
Swinton, Bart, of that ilk, and was father of
John Veitch, who was father of

Henry Veitch, Esq. of Eliock, Lieut. -Col. of the 98th Regt
of Foot. He m. 28 June, 1706, Zepherina, dau. of Thomas
Loughnan, Esq. of Madeira, and great-granddau. of .Alexander
Fergusson, of Carigdarroch, and Anne Laurie, of Maxwelton,
and by her had issue,
James, his heir.

William Douglas, heir to his brother.
John, 6. 12 Sept. 1802; d. unm. 12 March, IS30.
Thomas Loughnan, b. 29 July, 1804; d. unin. 6 Feb. 1841.
Zepherina, ^ji. July, 1819, Robert Macqueen, Esq. of Brax-
fleld, half-pay 25th Light Dragoons, grandson of the Right
Hon. Robert Macqueen, of Braxlield, Lord Justice Clerk of
Scotland, and d. 30 Sept. 1863.
Philadelphia, d. unm. 27 Feb. 183.j.

Elizabeth, m. 1825, William Hugh Hunter, Esq., son of Capt.
Hunter, H.E.I.C.S., and the Hon. Jane Rollo, dau. of
James, Lord Rollo, and d. 1832, leaving two sons and two

Col. Veitch, who became one of the Commissioners of Customs
for Scotland, d. 1 April, 1838, and was s. by his eldest son,

James Veitch, Esq. of Eliock, J. P. and D.L., SherilT Sub-
stitute of CO. Lanark, b. 21 Nov. 1799; m. 28 Sept. 18^1,
Hannah Charlotte, dau. of James Hay, Esq., of the family of
Hopes {which see), and had issue,

I. Hannah Charlotte, d. Jan. 1840.

II. Zepherina Loughnan.

III. Matilda Clarke, m. Oct. 1859, her cousin-german, Harrv
Veiich Hunter, Esq., banker, of Perth, son of W. 11.
Hunter, Esq.

Mr. Veitch d. 1873, and was s. by his brother.

Rev. William Douglas Veitch, M.A. of Eliock, late Vicar
of St. Saviour's, Paddington, b. 5 Aug. 1801 ; m. 12 Aug. 1828,
Elinor Julia Anne, dau. of Lieut. -Col. Raitt, late D..\.G. of
the Forces in the Mediterranean, and had issue,

I. Henry George John (Rev.), now of Eliock.

II. Douglas D'Arcy Wilberfoice, 6. 1 Oct. 1845 ; d. unm. IS
March, 1883.

I. Zepherina Philadelphia, m. 15 Dec. 1876, Henry Smith,
Esq., F.R.C.S., and d. 8 Feb. 1894, leaving two daua.,
Katharine Douglas, and Elinor Douglas.

II. Sophia Frances Fane.

Mr. Veitch d. 4 Sept. 1884.

.4)-/«.5— Arg., three bulls' heads erased sa. Crest — A bull's
head affrontee sa. Motto — Famam extendimus factis.

Seat — Eliock, Sanquhar, co. Dumfries. Reside ace — Kil-
mersdon Vicarage, near Bath.


Haig, Hcgh Veitch, Esq. of Eamornie, co.
Fife, J.P., h. 10 Feb. 18-i5 ; m. 3 June, 1872, Archie
Ann Lindesay, widow of Major Foote Morison, of
Greenfield, Alloa, and dau. of W. N. Fraser, Esq. of
Findrack, 2nd son of Francis Fraser, of Findrack,
Aberdeenshire {see that llemoir), and has issue,

I. Oliver, h. 1876. ii. John, 6. 1878.

I. Ruth. II. Althea Virginia Josephine.

Lineagre. — John Haig, of the Gartlands, near Alloa, b.
1720 ; lit. 11 Feb. 1751, Margaret, eldest dau. of John Stein, of
Kennetpans, Clackmannanshire; d. 1773, and had issue (j^co
Haig of Blairhili). His 6th son.

William Haig, of Seggie, co. Fife, Provost of St. Andrews,
6. 1771 ; m. 13 Oct. 1794, his cousin, .Tanet, dau. of John Stein.
of Kennetpans, Clackmannanshire, and d. 1847, having had
I. John, d. young. il. James, d. young.

HI. John, of whom hereafter.

IV. Robert, of Seggie, 6. 1804; j/i. 2 Nov. 1830, Frances Alicia,
dau. of Col. Moodie, and d. 1861, leaving a son, William, b.
1835, who TO. twice, and left issue.
v. William, b. 1816; m. 19 July, 1848, Agnes, dau. of
David Wright, W.S., of St. Andrews, and c^ 1855, leaving

I. Magdalen, m. 1818, Andrew Philp, Esq.

II. Margaret, 0.. unm. 1878.

III. Janet, rf. unm. 1879.

IV. Mary, m. 1842, the Rev. James Pearson, D.D.

V. Anne, m. 1836, John Jameson, Esq. of St. Mamocks,
Malahide, co. Dublin.

VI. Isabella, d. unm. 1863.

VII. Marjory.
The 3rd son,

John Haio, of Cameron Bridge, Fife, J. P., h. 180S; m. '20





Aug. 1839, Eachel Mackerras, dau. and eventually co-heir of
Hugh Veitch, of Stewartfield, near Edinburgh (brother of
Col. Henry Veitch, of Eliock, co. Dumfries (see that Memoir),
which family, through the Swintons of that ilk, are directly
descended from King Egbert III.). He d. 1879, and had, with
one son and two daus. who d. young.
I. William Henry, of Cameron Bridge, Fife, and Broomfield,
Midlothian, J.P. co. life, b. 1841 ; to. 6 June, 1871, Emily
Martha, dau. of Rev. William Newman, Rector of Eingrone,
Kinsale, and d. 1884, leaving issue,
1 Hugh Anthony De Cburcy, b. 1882.
1 Annabel Marjory. 2 Eachael Winifred.

3 Emily Mary Frances.
n. HcGH Veitch, now of Ramornie.

III. John Alicius, B.A. Tiin. Coll. Cambridge, 6. 1857.

IV. George Ogilvy, 6. 1859.

V. Douglas, Capt. 7th Hussars, 6. 1861.

I. Mary Elizabeth, m. 1st, Col. G. C. De Pr^e, R.A.,
Surveyor-General of India and Burmah, and 2ndly, 1891,
John Jameson, Esq., J.P. of St. Marnocks, co. Dublin.

II. Janet Stein, m. 1871, C. E. Haig, Esq., younger, of Pen-
Ithon, Radnorshire.

III. Henrietta Frances, m. 1876, W. G. Jameson, Esq. of
Athlumney, co. Dublin.

Aiina, Creit, and Motto — Same as Haig of Blair hill.
Scat — Ramornie, Ladybank, life.


Dillwtn-Venables-Lleweltn, Mes. Katha-
EINE Minna, of Llysdinam, co. Brecon, elder dan.
and co-heiress of the late Eev. Richard Lister
Venabies, of Lljsdinam, h. 31 May, 1870; m. 23
Aug. 1893, Cliarles Leyshon, only surviving son of
Sir John Talbot Dillwyn-Llewelyn, Bart, {see
Burke's Peerage). They have assumed by royal
licence, dated 27 June, 1893, the surname of
Yenables, in addition to and before that of
Llewelyn, and after that of Dilhvyn, and the
additional arms of Venabies quartered.

Lineage. — John Venables, Esq. of Bollington, co. Ches-
ter, ';«. Margaret Leigh, and was father of

Joseph Venables, B.D. of Bollington, co. Chester, to. 172.3,
Elizabeth Davies, and had, with other issue, a son,

Lazakds Venables, Esq., m. 1771, Elizabeth, «iau. of Richard
Jones, Esq. of Woodhill, Salop, and niece of Lieut. -Gen.
Valentine-Jones, and by her had issue,

I. Lazabus, of Woodhill, Barrister-at-Law, J.P., 6. 8 March,
1772 ; m. 24 Oct. 1805, Alice, dau. of Thomas JoUey, Esq. oi
Liverpool, and had issue,

1 John Stanley, 6. 21 Feb. 1801 ; d. 25 Jan. 1834.

2 Richard Jones, 6. 1812 ; to. 1851, Sarah Duncan, and d.
1854, leaving a dau. Alice.

3 Edward Frederick, his successor.

4 Thomas Alfred, of Woodhill, deceased.

5 William, 6. 27 June, 1818; to. 18 Aug. 1858, Augusta
Mary, eldest dau. of John Adams, Esq. of Hollyland, near
Pembroke, and left issue.

6 Eobert George, b. 30 May, 1822 ; d. 1849.

7 Henry (Rev.), M.A., m. and has issue.

1 Alicia Georgiana, d. 15 Oct. 1801.

2 Sophia, d. 28 April, 1811.

3 Emily Aurora, m. Peter Ewart, Esq. of Liverpool ; d.

Mr. Venables (if. 1856, and was s. by his eldest surviving
son, Edward Frederick Venables, Esq. of Woodhill, b.
5 May, 1815; to. 1851, Eliza Power, dau. of E. H. Kinchant,
Esq. of Park Hall, Oswestry. He d. of a wound at Azim-
ghur, 19 April, 1858, and was s. by his next brother, Thomas
Alfred Venables, Esq. of Woodhill, 6. 21 Nov. 1816, also
It. Joseph (Eev.), b. 1773 ; m. 1805, Mary, dau. of Edward
Eowland, Esq. of Gardden Lodge, nearliuabon, co. Denbigh,
and d. June, 1823, leaving two sons,

1 Eowland Jones, of Oakhurst, near Oswestry, J.P. cos.
Salop and Denbigh, Lieut. North Salop Yeomanry
Cavali7, 6. 1812 ; m. 1837, Harriet, dau. of Edgar Corrie,
Esq. of Arlington Manor, Berks, and d. s. p. 15 May,

2 Joseph George, 6. 1815; m. 1843, Caroline, widow of
James Harvey Hosken, Esq. of EUenglaze, and dau. of
Col. Sandys, of Llanarth, near Helston, and d. 17 April,
1847, leaving a dau. Mary Augusta, and a son, Row-
land George, 6. 18 Jan. 1846, m. 1 Jan. 1880, Gertrude,
dau. of John Hargreaves, Esq. of Silwood Park, and
widow of Rev. James Hook, and has Gilbert Rowland,
6. 7 Oct. 1880.

ni. EiCHARD (Ven.), D.D., of Llysdinam Hall.
IT. George, b. 1777 ; m. Mary, dau. and heir of J. Lloyd,
Esq. of Cardigan.

I. Elizabeth, d. 1846. ii. Mary Hannah, d. 1S46.

The 3rd son.

The Ven. Eicuabd Venables, D.D., of Llysdinam Half,
Archdeacon of Carmarthen, in. 1808, Sophia, dau. of George
Lister, Esq. of Girsby, co. Lincoln, and d. 185y, having had by
this lady (who d. 1868), three eons, co-heirs to his property,

I. EicHARD Listek (Rcv.), of Llysdinam.

II. George Stovin, M.A., Barristcr-at-Law, Q.C., J.P, ancl
D.L. CO. Brecon, J.P. co. Radnor, High Sheriff 1884, 6. 1810 ^
d. g. p. 6 Oct. 1888.

III. Joseph Henry, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1813 ; m. 1st, Sophia,
dau. of Giles Hilton, Esq., and 2ndly, Susan Catherine, dau.
of John Ridley, Esq. He d. $. p. Ib66.

The eldest son.

Rev. Richard Lister Venables, of Llysdinam Hall, co.
Brecon, M.A., J.P. for cos. Eadnor, Brecon, and Hereford,
and D.L. for the first-named co., late Rector of Clyro, 6. May,
1809 ; TO. 1st, 1834, Mary Augusta Dalryniple, dau. of Gen.
Poltoratzky, of Russia, and widow of Francis J. Adam, Esq.
''she d. 1865); and 2ndly, 1867, Agnes Minna, youngest dau.
of Henry Shepherd Pearson, Esq., and d. 3 Jan. 1894, leaving
issue, a son (d. 187G), and two daus., i. Katharine Minna,
now of Llysdinam Hall, and ii. Caroline Emily.

Anns — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Llewelyn: Arg. gutt6 de-
poix three chevronels gu. in base a lamb passant ppr. 2nd,
Venables: Az. two bars each cotised, between five mullets
three in chief and two in base all arg. and for diff. a cross-
cvosslet or. • 3rd, Dillwtn : Gu. on a chevron nebule arg.
five trefoils slipped of the first. Cresis — Upon the trunk of a
tree fesswise eradicated and sprouting a lamb passant ppr.
supporting a staff or, therefrom flowing a banner gu. charged
with three chevronels arg. 2, Venables: a wyvern wings ex-
panded gu. each wing charged with a fesse arg. issuant from :i,
weir-basket ppr. the dexter claw resting on a mullet az. charged
for aiff. as in the arms. 3, Dillwtn : In front of a stag's head
couped ppr. three trefoils slipped vert. Motto — Craignez.

Staf— Llysdinam Hall, Newbridge-on-Wye.


Yerdin, Joseph, Esq. of The Brookhurst, co.
Chester, J.P. andD.L., Lord of the Manor of Wim-
boldsley, b. 1838.

Lineage. — John Vekdin, Esq., to. 1789, Mary Joynson,
and d. 1813, leaving by her (who d. 1846) a son,

Joseph Verdin, Esq. of Highfield House, who to. 1831, Mar-
garet, dau. of Wharton Sadler, Esq. of Northwich, and d.
1873, having by her (who d. 1863) had issue,

I. Thomas, m. 1857, and d. 1879, leaving a dau. Josephine

II. Robert, J.P., M.P. for Cheshire, d. v.nm. 18S7.
ill. Joseph, present representative.

IV. John.

v. Eichard Wharton, d. unm. 1875.

VI. William Henry, of Darnhall Hall, Winsford, co. Chester.
J. P., 6. 1848; 'III. 1876, Emily Jane, youngest dau. of
Thomas Harrison, Esq. of Aigburth, co. Lancaster, and has
issue, Eichard Norman Harrison, 6. 1876 ; Emily Gwendo-
line, b. 1881.

I. Mary.

II. Margaret Emily, to. Frederick Cooke, Esq. of Crewe.
Arms — Arg., on a pile sa., lietween two towers in base of th&

last, a lion passant of the first. Crest — Upon a mount vert,
between six ears of wheat stalked and bladed, three on either
side or, a tower sa., issuant from the battlements thereof a
demi-lion arg. gorged with a collar gemel, also sa.

Seats — The Brookhurst, Northwich, and Wimboldsley, Mid-


Hope-Yeee, James Charles, Esq. of Craigie
Hall, Midlothian, and Blackwood, co. Lanark, J.P.
and D.L. co. Lanark, Capt. Lanarkshire Yeomanry
Cavalry ; b. 13 July, 1858 ; m. 1st, 17 July, 1879,
Hon. Louisa Maud, sister of John, 2nd Lord
Churston, and widow of Hon. Reginald James
Grreville-Nugent, which lady d. s. p. 20 April, 1882,
and 2ndly, 4 June, 1884, Marie, dau. of M. Guille-
min, and granddau. of the Comte de Montebello,
and has issue.

I. Edward James, b. 10 Feb. 1885.

II. Ralph Jean James, b. 13 Dec. 1 887.

I. Eachel Magdeleine Mary, b. 24 May, 18S6.

Lineage. — The surname of Verb is of great antiquity.





and in ancient records was variously written, Pe Vere, Vcyr,
Were, and Weir. The family had large possessions in lands in
the south of Scotland in very early times, and was known in
History more than liOO years asjo. The eventual heir,

Catherine Weib, only child of Sir William Weir, •JndRart.
of Blackwood (by Kachael his wife, dau. of James Hamilton, of
Pencaitland, one of the Senators of the College of Justice), and
granddau. of Sir George Weir, liart. of Blackwood, by Cathe-
rine his wife, dau. of Sir John Jardine, of Applegarth; jn.
1733, the Hon. Charles Hope, of Craigie Hall, '2nd son of
Charlei, 1st Earl of Hopetoun {see Bcbke's Peerage), by Lady
Henrietta Johnstone, heir of the estate of Craigie Hall, only
dau. of Wi:i;am, Ist Marquess of Annandale, and had four
sons and two daus., of whom the eldest surviving son,

William IIopk Wkir, Esq. of Blackwood, of the 1st Dragoon
Guard-, for some time JIuster-Master-General of the Forces in
North Britain, m. 1775, Sophia, dau. of Joseph Conie, Esq. of
Dumfries, and had issue,

Jame» Joseph, his heir.

EJwai-d Hamilton 6. Jan. 1792; d. 183,=).

Jane Sophia, m. IS 13, Admiral the Hon. Edmund Sexton

Bery Knox, 2nd son of Thomas, 1st Karl of iianfurly, and

d. 11 Jan. 1876.

Mr. Hope-Vere d. Sept. ISll, and was s. by his son,

James Joseph Hope-Vere, Esq. of Blackwood and Craigie

Hall, D.L., 6. 3 June, 17S5 ; m. 7 Sept. 1S13, Lady Elizabeth

n,ay, 4th dau. of George, 7th Marquess of Twecddale, and by

her (who d. 19 Dec. 1S6S) had issue,

William Edward, his heir.

Charles Edward, n. 3 Oct. 1S28; m. 22 March, 1866, Julia,

youngest surviving dau. of Major-Gen. John Craigie

Halkett, C.B., of llavelrigg.
Hannah Charlotte, m. 17 June, 1844, Keith \V. Stewart Mac-
kenzie, Esq. of Seafortli (who d. Is81), ajid d. 4 June,

Sophia Jane, d. 15 April, 1878.
Harriett, m. 1st, 17 Oct. 1839, Sir Edward Sherlock Gooch,

Bart., who d. 'J Nov. 1856, and 2ndly, 30 June, 1858, Major

John St. Leger; shed. 17 Oct. 18s3. Major St. Leger d.

20 April, 1^68.
Jane, (V. A.), Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen, m. 29

Oct. 1844, John Henry, Sid Marquess of Ely (who d. 15

July, 1857), and d. 11 June, 18y0.
<jeorgina (V. A.), m. 13 Jime, 1855, Lieut. -Col. Charles

Townshend Wilson, late Coldstream Guards.
Henrietta Vane, d. Oct. 1863.

Mr. Hope-Vere d. 19 May, 1843, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Edward Hope-Verb, Esq. of Craigie Hall, co. Lin-
lithgow, and Blackwood, eo. Lanark, J. P. and D.L., Brigadier-
General in the lioyal Company of Archers of the Queen's Body
Guard in Scotland, formerly an officer in the Grenadier Guards,
'j. 5 March, 1S24 ; m. 25 July, 1857, Lady Mary Emily Boyle,
youngest dau. of Charles, Viscount Dungarvan and sister of
9th Earl of Cork, K.P., and had issue,!
James Charles, now of Craigie.

Mary St. Lawrence, in. 10 April, 18S6, Everett Millais, Esq.,
eldest son of Sir John Everett Jlillais, Bart., D.C.L.
Mr. Hope-Vere d. 1 Oct. 1872. His widow m. 2ndly, 24 Feb.
1873, Lord David Kennedy.

Arm:i — Arg., on a fesse az. three mullets of the first: quar-
tering lIoPK. Crett — A demi-horse rampant arg., briilled and
saddled gu. iloUo — Vero nihil vcrius.

iS?a'^— Craigie Hall, near Edinburgh, and Blackwood, near

C;u6*—Marlborou^'h; St. James; Travellers ; Arthur's ; and

a mount a rudder with tiller ppr. between two elephants' trunks
Seat — Aston Hall, Eothcrhara.


IIakcourt- Vernon, Edward Evelyn, Esq. of
Grove llall, co. Nottingbam, J.P. and D.L., and
County Councillor, late Capt. Nottiiiirhamshire
Yeomanry, h. 19 Jan. 1853 ; m. 1st, 9 Sept. 1879,
Grace, dau. of the Eev. Alley ne Fitz Herbert, Rector
of AVarsop {see EitzHerbkkt, Bart.), and by her,
-vvho d. 9 March, 1881, had issue,

I. Harcourt Vcnables, 6. 6, d. 13 March, 1881.

Mr. Harcourt-Vernon m. 2ndly, 22 Aug. 1883,
Frances Theresa, dau. of Sir William FitzHerbert,
Bart., and by her has issue,

II. Granville Charles FitzHerbert, h. 30 May, 1891.

I. Sybil Ida, h. 6 June, 1SS4.

II. Ida Beatrice, h. I8b5.

III. Muriel Theresa, b. 13 June, 1387.

IV. Evelyn Hermione, 6. 27 May, 1889.

Lineage. — TnEPiEv. Evelyn Hardolph Harcourt- Ver-
non, of Grove Hall, Prebendary of Lincoln, was the eldest sur-
viving son of Granville Harcourt-Vernon, Esq., Chancellor of
the Diocese of York («<•« Harcourt of Nunehan,), by Frances
Julia his wife, dau. and co-heir of Anthony Hardolph Eyre,
Esq. of Grove, Notts. He was b. 30 Aug. 1821 ; vi. 19 April,
1849, Jane Catherine, youngest dau. of Edward St. John Mild-
may, Esq., and d. 26 Jan. 1890, having by her (who d. 15 May,
1891) had issue,

I. Edward Evelyn, now of Grove Hall.

II. Algernon Hardolph (Hev.), Vicar of Bloemfontein, S.
Africa, b. 7 July, lb58; m. 1st, 1881, Kate, dau. J. Candler,
Esq., and by her (who d. 5 April, ]a83, aged 23) has

1 Janet Kate, 6. 27 March, 1833.
He m. 2ndly, 5 May, 1386, Georgina Marguerite, dau. of
John Martin, Esq., and by her has issue,

1 Granville Arthur, 6. 1888.

2 Hardolph Evelyn, 6. 1889.

2 Dorotliy Margaret, b. 1887.

3 Marjone Frances, b. 1891.

ui. Walter Granville, h. 31 Oct. 1860; m. 1884, Helen
Rebecca, dau. of J. W. Traer, Esq. of Iowa, U.S.A., and
has issue,

Evelyn Maude, 6. 1885.
IV. Herbert Evelyn, h. 12 Jan. 1863; m. 14 Nov. 1885. Mary
Adelaide, dau. of the Hon, George W'. Allan, Senator of tlie
Dominion of Canada, and has issue,

Humphrey Bingham, 6. 24 March, 18S9.

Slarjorie Catherine, 6. 1892.

I. Mary Frances, m. 24 April, 1879, Rev. Algernon Frederick
Ebsworth M.A., Vicar of East Retford.

II. Catherine Helena, d. 16 May, 1SG7.

III. Frances Jessie. iv. Sclina Jane.
Sfa(— Grove Hall, PiCtford, Notts.

Civ,b3 —

Veeelst, Harry William, Esq. of Aston Hall,
CO. York, J.P. for the West Kiding and for co.
Derby, b. 2 July, 1846; m. 18 April, 1888, Mary,
only dau. of the late VVilham Wilson, Esq. of Dore,
<'0. Derby, and has issue,

I. Habkt Wilson, 6. 9 Aug. 1890.

I. Mary Madge. ii. Nancy Wilson.

Lineage. — Charles Verelst, Esq., to. I July, 1845, Anne
.Tane, dau. of John Willacy, Esq., and d. 13 Dec. 1859, having
had issue,

I. Harrt William, now of Aston Hall.

II. Charles Vtrelst, Col. late 11th Hussars, h. 1848.

III. Courtenay Lee, d. 1 Jan. 1S90.
IT. Horace Uevereux, dec.

I. Marie Blanciie, ui. 16 June, 1873, liev. J.T. Hodgson, and
has issue.

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a bull passant sa., la chief two cstoiles of the last. (Jrtt,i — Un


Veenon, Augustus Lkveson, Esq. of Hilton
Park, CO. Stafford, D.L. aud J.P., b. 30 Sept. 1S36 ;
m. 17 Nov. 186-i, Selina Anne, youngest dau. of
Walter Peter Giffard, Esq. of Chillington, and has

I. Henry Arthur Leveson, h. 3 Sept. 1868.

II. Walter Bertie William, b. 18 Oct. 1871.

I. Henrietta Catherine, b. 17 March, 1867.

II. Selina Mary, b. 16 Sept. 1870.

Lineage. — This is a branch of the noble family of Ver-
ron, which assumed its surname from tlie town of Vernon, in
Normandy, and was established in England by one of the
companions-in-arms of the Conqueror.

Henry Vernon, Esq. of Hilton, co. Stafford, 6. 1636 (2nd
son of Sir Henry Vernon, of Houndshill, by Muriel his wife,
only dau. and heir of Sir George Vernon, of llaslington, and
bruther of George Vernon, Esq. of Sudbury, whose grindson
was created (1672) Baron Vernon, m. 1659, Margaret,

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