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s brother, Henry Capel Lofft Moseley, Esq.,



* Vide Burke's Visitation of Seats, 1853, vol. ii. p. 235,
where an interesting account of Troston Hall and Robert
Maddox is given.



J.P. of Troston Hall, and Glemham House, co, '
Suffolk. \

Lineage. — The family of Lofft, or Lloft, is stated to have I
been of Danish origin. ,

Robert Lofft, Esq. of St. Albans, co. Hertford, had by |
Olive, dau. of Lewis Montgomery, Esq., a son, '

CuRisTOPHER Lofft, Esq., b. 1704, Ban istei-at-Law, Deputy-
Ranger of Windsor Little Park 1739, Recorder of Windsor
1759, and private secretary to Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough;
he d. 3 Feb. 1772. By marriage with Anne (6. 1714; <(. at
Bath, 1778), dau. of Rev. Gamaliel Capel (d. 1756) \_Vidii
Bdrke's Peerage, Earl of Esses], Rector of Stanton, Suffolk,
and Hester {d. 1766) dau. of Robert Maddockes, of Troston
Hall, by Annie Bysshe, had issue six children, the eldest of
whom was

Capel Lofft, Esq., J.P. , 6. 14Nov. 1752; (Z. atMontcaliere,
1824. He inherited the properties of Troston and Stanton from
his uncle, Edward Capel, Esq.* (6. 1713; d. 1781), the well-
known editor of Shakespeare. By his 1st wife (m. 1778; d.
1801), Anne, dau. of Henry Emlyn, Esq., F.S.A., of Windsor,
he had,

I. Henry Capel Lofft, who fell at AJbuera, 1811.

II. Robert Emltn Lofft. g

I. Annie Lofft {d. 1884, cet. 96), who m. 1826. the Rev. Walter
John Spring, Casbornef (b. 1790 ; d. 1881), J.P. of New-
house, Pakenham, Suffolk.

By his 2nd wife, Sarah Watson (m. 1802 ; d. 1855), dau. of
Joseph Finch, of Cambridge, he had,

III. Capel Lofft, of Sucknush, Sussex, and Millmead, 'Virginia.
U.S.. educated at Eton and King's Coll. Camb., Craven
Scholar 1827, d. 1873.

II. Laura Capel Lofft (d. 1879), m. 1867; Sir Walter Calver-
ley Trevelyan, Bart. (d. 1879) of Wallington, co. North-
umberland, and Nettlecombe Court, co. Somerset.

The second son,

Robert Emlyn Lofft, Esq. (6. 1783; d. 1847), Capt. in
H.E.I.C.S. Bengal Estab., m. 1826, Letitia Niel, dau. of
Francis Richardson, { Esq., Col. 1st Regt. of Foot Guards
(d. at Ghent, 1832), by his wife Letitia {m. 1768 ; d. 1852),
dau. of William Moseley, Esq. (d. 1785), of Owsden Hall and
Fornham, All Saints, co. Suffolk, and had issue,

I. Henry Capel, J. P., of Troston Hall and Glemham House,
CO. Suffolk. By will of his great-uncle, John Moseley,
Esq.§ of Owsden Hall, Suffolk, Tofts, Norfolk, and Glem-
ham House, Suffolk, he assumed the name and arms of
Moseley ; d. at Troston unm. 1866.

II. Robert Emlyn, present owner.

I. Laetitia (b. 1829), m. Rev. Hubert Ashton Holden,
LL.D., son of Rev. Hyla Holden, of Erdington, co.
Warwick.

II. Eliza (b. 1832), m. 1851, Frederick Bevan, Esq. of Weston
Grove, .Southampton, son of Robert Bevan, Esq., The-
Rookery, Rougham, Suffolk.

Arms — Gu., three chevronels engr. erm. between three
trefoils in chief and another in base ar. Crest — A boar's head
couped and erect ar., in the mouth a cross-crosslet fitchee gu-
between two branches of oak fructed ppr. Motto — Fide et
fortitudine.

Seal— Troston Hall, Bury St. Edmunis, Suffolk.



LOFT'CrS OF OAKLANDS.

LoPTTJS, George William Feeeabs, Esq. of
Oaklands, Bromley Park, Kent, b. 25 Jan, 1839,
educated at Trin. Hall, Cambridge; m. 21 Jan. 1861,
Barbara, dau. of Benjamin James, Esq. of Norwich,
Mr. Lof tus s. by ■will 1860 to the property of his mat-
ernal grandfather, the Rev. William Ray Clayton,
Rector of Ryburgh, Noifolk.

Lineage. — Edward Loptus, of Swineshcad, in the parish
of Caversham, co. York, had two sons,

Robert, ancestor of the Viscounts Loftus, extinct in the
male line.
Adam, of whose line we treat.

The 2nd son,

* His MSS. are preserved in the Library of Trin. Coll.
Camb.

t For pedigree of the Spring family of Pakenham Hall, stc
Visitation of Suffolk, pp. 166-200, Ed. J. J. Howard, LL.D.,
1866.

t For Richardson family, vide Famili/ Sketches, by Juliana
Wood; William Houghton, 1688.

§ Descended from elder branch of the Moseleys of the Mere,
Staffordshire (1514). For Pedigree of Moseleys in Suffolk,
cide Gage's Suffolk, " Thingoc Hundred."



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Adam Loftus, D.D. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, Chaplain to
Queen Elizabeth, and to Thomas, Earl of Sussex, her Viceroy,
whom he accompanied to Ireland, was consecrated Archbishop
of Armagh, 2 March, 1563 (patent 20 Jan.), being then only
twenty-eight years of age. He was elected to the Deanery of
St. Patrick's, Dublin, 1564-65, and held that dignity m com-
■iiiendam with the Primacy till 1567, when (Aug. 8) he was
translated to the See of Dublin. He was twice Keeper of the
Great Seal, and, 1578, was appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland,
which high office he held with his bishopric till his death.
Having been mainly instrumental in the establishment of the
University of Dublin, he was appointed by charter the first
Provost, which ofBce he resigned in 1594. He i(. " worn out
with age" 6 April, 1605, aged 70, having been an Archbishop
forty-two years. The Archbishop m. Jane, eldest dau. of
Adam Purdon, Esq. of Lurgan Kace, co. Louth, and by her
had twenty children, of whom seven d. young; the survivors
were five sons and eight daus. Of the latter, Anne, the 5th
dau., was wife of Sir Henry CoUey, and direct ancestor of the
Duke of Wellington, &c. ; of the former, two only left issue,
namely the eldest and the 4th. His eldest son, Sir Dddley
LoFTUs's line is represented in the female line by the Marquess
OF Ely ; but the male line of this Sir Dudley became extinct in
1783, on the death of Henry, 4th Viscount Loftus of Ely. The
Archbishop's 4tb son and eventual heir.

Sir Thomas Loftus, Knt. of Killyon, co. Meath, Constable of
the Castle of Wicklow, received in 1610 a grant of the monas-
tery of Clonard, with other lands in Meath. He )«. Ellen, dau.
of Robert Hartpole, of Shrule, Queen's co., and widow of
Francis Cosby, Esq. of Stradbally Abbey, in the same co., and,
having by her four sons and two daus., was s. on his death,
14 Dec. 1635, by his eldest surviving son,

Sir Dudley Loftus, of Killyon, Lord of the Manors of
Killyon and Clonard , who m. Cecilia, dau. of Sir James Ware,
Knt., Auditor-General of Ireland, and d. 1648, leaving an only
son and heir,

Thomas Loftus, E.sq. of Killyon and Clonard, to. 1st,
Susanna, dau. of Henry Elkenhead, Esq. and had an only son
to leave issue, Dudley Loftus, Esq. of Killyon, whose male
line became extinct in 1824, when the estates passed to the
Magan family, who now represent this branch of the Loftus
f.imily in the female line. Mr. Loftus to. 2ndly, Letitia, dau.
of Essex Digby, D.D. , Bishop of Dromore, and by her had
(with Adam, d. an infant) an only surviving son,

Simon Loftus, Esq., Lieut. -Col. 15th Foot, d. (about 1741) at
Jamaica, of the wounds he had received at the siege of
Carthagena. He m. Hannah, dau. and co-heir of Henry
Johnson, Esq. of Clara Castle, co. Kilkenny, by whom he had
issue,

I. Arthur, M.P., Major 22nd Foot, d. s. p. 1781.

II. Henry, of whom presently.

III. Dudley, Lieut, in the army, killed at Carthagena the
same year as his father.

]. Mary, who ni. the Bev. John Elrington, and was mother
of the late Major Elrington, Fort Miijor of the Tower of
London.

The 2nd son,

Henry Loftus, Esq. of Sackville Street, Dublin, M.P.
successively for Fethard, Bannow, and Clonmines, in. Diana,
dau. of William Bullock, Esq. of Sturston Hall, Norfolk,
eldest son of Thomas Bullock, Esq. of Shipdham, and dying
Dec. 1792, aged 67, left issue,

I. Thomas, M.P., Capt. 1st Horse Guards, d. s. p. 1791.

II. William, of whom presently.

III. Arthur (Rev.), 5)i. Ellen, dau. of Duke Gifford, Esq. of
Castle Jordan (commonly called Sir Duke Gifford, Bart.),
and left issue,

1 Henry Duke, a Major in the array, m. Mary Ann, eldest
dau. of Gen. Loftus, M.P. (see below), but d. s.p. 1822.

2 Arthur, of Rathangan, Capt. li.N., ni. Anne Abigail,
only child and heir of John Grey, Esq. of Athy and
Rathangan, co. Kildare, and d. May, 1861, leaving (with
a dau. Jane Grey, to. 1856, James Cuffe St. <ieorge. E.sq.)
a son, Arthur John, gent. Usher to the Queen, 6. 1 May,
1817, late Capt. ISth Hussars; to. 8 Jan. 1863, Lady
Catherine Henrietta Mary Loftus, dau. of John, 2nd Mar-
quess of Ely, and has three daus. Adeline Henrietta,
Hilda Mabel Gunnora. and Eleanor Lucia Edith.

3 William Thomas, Capt. in the army, m. Ellen, dau. of
Capt. William Felix Brady, 10th Foot, and left issue at
his decease, 1825, one son and a dau., both d. young.

The 2nd son,

William Loftus, Esq. of Kilbride, co. Wicklow, and Wim-
pole Street, London, a General Officer, Col. 2nd Dragoon
Guards, and Lieut, of the Tower of London, M.P. both in the
English and Irish Parliaments, &. 1752; m. 1st, 18 Feb. 1778,



Margaret, dau. and co-heir of Mackerell King, Esq. of Lissen
Hall, CO. Dublin, and by her (who d. 1786) had issue,

Henry, Capt. Coldstream Guards, d. s. p. 1823.

Wiluam Francis Bentinck, Lieut.-Gen., of Kilbride, Col.
50th Regt., b. 17 Aug. 1784 ; m. 9 Oct. 1819, Margaret Harriet,
dau. of Archdeacon Langrishe, 2nd son of the late Right
Hon. Sir Hercules I^angrishe, Bart., and by her (who d. 1
Aug. 1874) had issue,

William James, of Balcummin and 01dto\vn, co. Dublin,
C.B., Gen. in the army, late 38th Regt., heir male of the
family of Loftus, b. 7 Jan. 1822 ; m. 28 Dec. 1865, Enmieline
Louisa Cliarloite, dau. of Hildebrand Meredith Parratt,
Esq. of Effingham House, Sun-ey, and grand-dau. of Sir
Thomas Apreece, Bart, and had issue,

I. William Henry Grantley, b. 6 June, 1870.
I. Lucia Harriet Emmelinc.

Henry, h. 9 March, 1823, Major 71st Highlanders, d. imm.

in India, 2 Nov. 1862.
M;iry Harriet Anne, to. 11 July, 1848. George Augustus

Cianley Onslow, Esq., who d. 13 April, 1855, leaving an

only son, William Hillier, who a. in 1870 to the Earldom

of Onslow. She d. 7 Nov. 1880,
Elizabeth, m. 1st, 9 Jan. 1855, Capt. Edward Charles Ralph

Sheldon (son of the late E. R. C. Sheldon, Esq. of Braile.s

House, CO. Warwick, M.P. for that co.), who d. s. p. Nov.

1867, and 2ndly, 7 April, 1870, Major-Gen. Sir Archibald

Little, K.C.B.

Lieut. -Gen.Loftu.? was one of the Esquires to the Marquess of
Ely at the installation of the Knights of St. Patrick, 1819.
He d. 13 Sept. 1852.

j\Iary Anne, ■m. Major Henry Duke Loftus, and d. .«. j'- 1811.

Harriet, ni. 4 Aug. 1804, Thomas Bourke Ricketts, Esq. of
Combe House, co. Hertford.

Gen. William Loftus m. 2ndly, 7 May, 1790, Lady Elizabeth
Townshend, only surviving dau. of George, 1st Marquess
Townshend, by his 1st wife. Lady Charlotte Compton, Baroness
Ferrers, of Chartky, and had by her (who d. 1811) further
issue,

I. George Colby, late of Woodland, Dorset, J. P. and D.L.,
Lieut.-Col. Dorset Militia, b. 15 Feb. 1791; m. 1821,
Catherine, dau. and sole heir of John Feaver, Esq. of
Woodland, which lady d. s. p. 13 Dec. 1842. Lieut.-Col.
Loftus, who was formerly in the Scots Fusilier Guards, and
served throughout the Peninsular war,d. 5Nov. 1861, aged
71.

II. Arthur, M.A. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 6. 7 July, 1795 ;
jii. 10 Aug. 1836, Mary Anne R;iy, only child of the Rev.
William Ray Clayton, and by her (who d. 14 Sept. 1806) had
issue.

George William Ferrers, of Oaklands.
Elizabeth Charlotte Anne, d. Oct. 1837.
Mary Anne Compton, d. 19 July, 1855.

Mr. Arthur Loftus, il. 8 Feb. 1884.

III. Charles, of Wyndham Lodge, Trcgonwell Road, Bourne-
mouth, formerly R.X., afterwards Lieut. Coldstream Guards,
and Major Norfolk Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 21 Sept. 179G ; vi.
1st, Feb. 1825, Jane, dau. of Col John Dixon, of Gledhow,
CO. York, and had issue a dau. Charlotte Lydia, m. 6 July,
1854, William R. Wynn, Esq., eldest son of Capt. Edward
AVynn, and d. Nov. 1876. He to. 2ndly, 4 Feb. 1869, Ann
Sophia, dau. of the Rev. Robert Louth, son of Dr. Louth,
Bishop of London, and 3rdly, 17 Nov. 1880, Mary, dau. of
Rev. J. Lowry.

IV. Ferrers, late Capt. and Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards, Col.
3rd West Yorkshire Militia, 6. 24 June, 1798; to. II Oct.
1832, Louisa, only child of the Rev. John Bastard, of West
Lodge, Dorset, and c(. 9 Oct. 1877, having had issue, two
sons and one dau.,

1 Ferrers Compton Clargcs, Capt. 3rd West Yorkshire
Militia, b. 21 Dec. 1833.

2 Douglas, late Grenadier Guards, h. 11 Aug. 1837; vi. 29
July, 1862, Laura Ann St. John Miklmay, dau. of the late
Capt. and the Hon. Mrs. Lawrence Shawe, and has issue,
Dudley Ferrers, b. 12 Feb. 1864; St. John Douglas Town-
shend, 6.22 April, 1866 ; Violet Maria Charlotte; Diana.
Audley Hillier.

1 Georgiana Elizabeth, to. 5 July, 1860, Rev. Dixon
Brown, of Unthank Hall, Northumberland.

V. Frederick, Capt. in the army, 6. 17 Nov. 1799 ; to. 1833^
Frances, dau. of Richard Phayre, Esq. of Shrewsbury, and
d. s.p. 3 Dec. 1860.

I. Charlotte, m. 24 March, 1812, Lord Charles Vere Ferrers
Townshend, who d. 5 Nov. 1853; she d. 21 March, 1866

II. Elizabeth Georgiana Ann, m 1831-, George Best, Esq. of
Eastbury House, Compton, Surrey, J. P. and D.L., and (/.
5 Nov. 1873, leaving, with other issue, Nathaniel Lottus
Best, Esq., of St. Katherine's, co. Hereford, m. 2 July, 1878,
Kathcrine Jane, dau. of William Herbert, Esq.

III. .\nn Harriet Margaret, d. 1825.

IV. Jane Perceval Compton, to. 7 Sept. 1833, H. Corbel
Singleton, Esq. of Aclare, co. Meath, and has issue.

Geu. Loftus d. 15 July, 1831.



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^rms— Island 4th, sa., a chevron engrailed erin. between
three trefoils slipped arg. ; 2nd, gyronny of eight pieces arg. and
sa., a s.iltire engrailed between four fleurs-de-lis, all counter-
changed : 3rd, az., a cross or, with drops of blood upon it, be-
tween four pelicans or (these arms were granted to Archbishop
Loftus and his male descendants). Crest — A boar's head
couped and erect arg. langued gii. Mottoes — Prend moi tel
que je suis. Around the crest. Loyal i mort.

Seat — Oaklands, Bromley Tark, iironiley, Kent.



LOMAX OF GROVE PARK.

LOMAX, Thomas, Esq. of Grove Park, co.
Suffolk, J.P., M.A. (Cambridge), of the Inner
Temple, Barrister-at-law, b. 12 Aug. 1825; m. 11
Sept. 1850, Ann, eldest and only surviving child
of the late John Chadwick, Esq. of Broadfield,
JRochdale, co. Lancaster, and has issue,

I. Charles Henry, M.A. (Oxon), Barrister-at-Law, b. 12
Aug. 1851 ; m. 2" April, 1887, Beatrice Alice, eldest dau.
of Edward Matthey, Esq. of London, and has issue, Ursula
Marguerite.

H. John Chadwick, M.A. (Camb.), 6.22 Sept. 1853.

III. Samuel Holt, Ma(or the Cameronians (Scottish) Eifles,
6. 2 Aug. 18.55 : m. 23 Jan. 1884, Mary Helen, only dau.
of John Patrick Alston, Esq. of Muirburn, co. Lanark,
and has is.sue, Gerald Holt, and Norah May.

IV. Thomas Leech (Re?.), M.A. Camb., 6. 9 Feb. 18G0.

I. Alice Elizabeth.

II. Ellen.

liineag'e. — The pedigree of this family is registered in
the Heralds' College, London.

Samuel Lomax, of Shawfield, Eochdale, co. Lancaster, m.
Esther Hill, and d. 28 Feb. 1771, aged 40, having by her (who
<l. 4 Deo. 1797, aged 77) had issue, an only dau. Esther, who
3«. Robert Chadwick, Esq., and d. s. p. 10 March, 1777 ; and
an only son,

Samuel Lomax, of Sladen and Town Head, Rochdale, m.
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Richard Holt, of Clay Lane, Rochdale,
and by her (who d. 21 Feb. 1812, aged 52) had issue,

I. Samuel Holt, b. 22 March, and d. 15 June, 1793.

II. Samuel, of whom presently.

HI. Richard Holt, of Croft Head and Town Head, Rochdale,
6. 11 March, 1800: m. 6 Dec. 1830, Hannah, dau. of
Edmund Lord, Esq. of Calliards, co. Lancaster, and d. 18
Feb. 1854, leaving issue, Richard, of the Inner Temple,
Barrister-at-Law, and of Trin. Coll. Cambridge, LL.B.,
Capt. 6th Lancashire Militia, b. 16 Oct. 1831.

I. Elizabeth, b. 4 Oct. 1782; in. 20 May, 18G6, Edward
Turner, Esq. of Haworth Cross, and d. s. p. 2 July, 1809.

II. Mary, b. 2 Dec. 1784 ; d. unni. 26 March, 1848.

III. Esther, 6. 30 Dec. 1786; m. 8 June, 1809, James
3Iidgley, Esq. of Hardleworth, Rochdale, and d. 3 May, 1810,
leaving issue.

IV. Rebecca, 6. 31 May, 1789 ; d. unvi. 4 Nov. 1820.

V. Alice, b. 17 Sept. 1791; d. 3 July, 1796.

VI. Jane, b. 18 Aug. 1796 ; living 1860.

3Ir. Lomax d. 17 Feb. 1821, aged 62. His eldest surviving
eon,

Samuel Lomax, Esq. of Town Head, Eochdale, b. 14 April,
1794; ?n.2 July, 1822, Betty, dau. of Lawrence Newall, late
of Lower Town House, Littleborough, co. Lancaster, and by
her (who d. 11 April, 1837) had issue,

Thomas, now of Grove Park.

.Samuel, b. 8 Aug. 1830 ; d. 14 May, 1S33.

Charles, b. 19 Sept. 1831 ; d. 17 March, 1332.

Elizabeth, b. 1 May, 1827.

&at — Grove Park, Yoxfoid, Suffolk.



LOMBE OF BYLAUGH,

LOMBE, Henet, Esq. of Bjlaugh, Norfolk, E.A.,
J. P., b. 1819 ; m. 25 April, 184.9, Loui,sa, dau. of
Thomas Brown Evans, Esq. of North Tuddenham,
and has issue,

I. Edward Henbt, J.P. and D.L., Lieut. Norfolk Artillery
Militia, b. 1861 ; m. 1886, Albinia Harriet, 2nd dau. of
Alexander S. Leslie-Melville, Esq., and has issue.
u. Alexander Francis, b. 7 Aug. 1864, Capt. Highland Light

Infantry.
I. Julia Vertue, m. 1870, Capt. Edward Berkeley Mansel,
6th Dragoons (Carabineers;.



II. Louisa Charlotte Catherine, m. 1875, Capt. Hugh Hum-
phrys, late 15th Hussars, of Coan, co. Kilkenny.

III. Mary Augusta, m. 1882, Edward Knight, Esq. of Bilting
Hall, Kent.

liineag'e. — Edward Lombb, who was living at Weston,
Norfolk, in 1C88, and served as High Sheriff of that county
in 1700, was tirst-cousin of the father of Sir Thomas Lombe,
Knt., Alderman of London, who, with his brother John, or-
ganized silk manufacture in GreatBritain, and erected the silk
mills at Derby, temp. Georoe I. and II. His will is dated
1703, and he left by his wife, Miss Sporle, three sons and two
daus.,

I. Edward, of Melton, High Sheriff co. Norfolk 1714, d. s. p.
17,38.

II. Thomas, had a dau. Mary, d. unm.

III. John (Rev.), Rector of Seaming, Norfolk, d. s. p.

I. Elizabeth, Mrs. Warner.

II. Mart, of whom hereafter.

The youngest dau..

Mart Lombe, m. John Hase, Esq. of East Dereham, and had
issue,

I. John (Sir), who assumed the surname of Lombe, of whom
liereafter as Sir John Lombe, Bart.

II. Edward, of Sail, vi. Vertue Repps, of Sal), and d. 1804,
leaving four daus.,

1 Vertue, m. Richard Paul Jodrell, Esq. of Ddffield, M.P.,
and had a son. Sib Richard Pall Jodbell, who s. to
his uncle's baronetcj'.

2 Sophia, m. Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless.

3 .\nne, m. Rev. Bernard Astley.

4 Mary, m. 1787, Thomas Browne Evans, Esq. of North
Tuddenham, and had issue {see Evans of North Tudden-
ham). Her third son, Henbt (Rev.), (of whom hereafter),
assumed, 1862, the surname and arms of Lombe, under
the will of his great-uncle, Sir John Lombe, Bart.

The eldest son.

Sir John Lombe, Bart, of Great Melton, assumed by Act of
Parliament the surname of his maternal ancestors in lieu of
that of his paternal in 1V62, and was created a Baronet 10 Dec.
1783, with remainder in default of male issue to his brother,
Edward Hase, Esq. of Sail, and to his heirs male, and in default
of such to heirs male of his niece, Vertue, wife of Richard
Paul Jodrell, Esq. Sir John d. unm. 27 May, 1817, when his
title passed to his grand-nephew. Sir Richard Paul Jodrell.
His estates vested under his will in his first nephew.

Rev. Henbt Lombe, of Bylaugh, who assumed the surname
of Lombe in lieu of Evans, 1802, in compliance with the testa-
mentary injunctions of his great-uncle. Sir John Lombe,
Bart, of Great Melton, b. 1792 ; m. 1818, Sophia, dau. of
Thomas Cubitt, Esq. of Honing Hall, Norfolk, and had
issue,

I. Henbt, B.A., now of Bylaugh.

II. Thomas Robert. iii. Edward. rv. Charles.
I. Katherine Mary. ii. Mary Jane.

Rev. Mr. Lombe d. 10 Oct. 1878.

Ar)iis—Az., two combs in fess between a broken tilting-spear
barways or, one piece in chief, the head towards the dexter,
the other half in base, a canton arg. Crest— Two tilting-spears in
saltire or, each having a pendant gu. Motto — Propositi tenax.

Seai— Bylaugh Park, East Dereham, Norfolk, and Melton
Hall, Norwich.



LONG OF ROOD ASHTON.

Long, Waltee Hume, Esq. of Eood Ashton and
Wraxall, Wilts, J.P. and D.L., and J.P. for Somer-
set, M.P. for North Wiltshire 1880 to 1885,
Devizes Div. 1885-1892, and for Liverpool since
1893 ; Sec. to Local Gov. Board 1886 ; Major E.
Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 13 July, 1854; m.
1 Aug. 1878, Lady Dorothy Blanche Boyle, 4th
dau. of the Earl of Cork and Orrery, K.P., and has
had issue,

I. Walter, h. 26 July, 1879.

II. Richard Eric Onslow, b. Aug. 1892.

I. Victoria Florence de Burgh.

II. Doreen Ethel Norah, b. 17 Feb. 1884 ; d. 8 May, 1835.

III. Lettice Margaret.

Lineage. — The family of the Longs of Wiltshire was
settled at a very early date at South Wraxall. They have
represented the co. of Wilts in Parliament for some 500 years.
A branch of the name was anciently seated at Potterne and
Little Cheverell, in the same co. and vicinity; and the tradi-
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branch, and recorded on tlieir monumental inscriptions,* as
veil as the mural mention made of persons of the same name
in wills,f and various documents at very remote periods by
different contemporary members of the family of Wraxall and
of that settled at Potterne, afford presumptive evidence that
the ancestor of this branch derived his descent from one of
the early sons of the house of Wraxall, about the time of
Henry VIII.

.loHN LoN<5, Esq. of Marston, in the parish of Potterne,
AVilts (who made his will and d. 1597), to. Anne, dau. of John
Mcrewether, Esq. of Great Cheverell, and by her (who d. 1G26)
had six sons and three daus. The 2nd son,

Thomas Long, Esq. of Little Cheverell and Melksham, Wilts,
bapt. 1579, served the Office of High Sheriff for Wilts 10.52.
His will was dated 1654, and he was buried at Little Cheverell,

8 May of the same year. He m. a dau. of — Eloyer, of the
ancient family of that name in Devon, and left issue,

.John, High Sheriff for Wilts, 1668, d. without issue.
KicHARD, ancestor of Long of Rood Askton, of whom pre-
sently.
Thomas, ancestor of Long of Presliaio {see that Memoir).
William, ancestor of the Longs of Baynton.
The 2nd son,
KicHARD Long, Esq. of Collingbourne Kingston, Wilts, in.

9 April, 1657, Elizabetli, dau. of Edward Lonj?, and sister and
heir of Henry Long, Esq. of Kood Ashton, Wilts ; and d. 1676,
leaving issue,

Henrt, his heir, bapt. 20 May, 1658 ; to. Anne, dau. of John
Long, Esq., and sister of Hope Long, Esq. of South Wraxall,
and dying 31 March, 1G86, left a son and heir, Henry, to.
Ellen, dau. of William Trenchard, Esq. of Cutteridge, Wilts,
andd. 1727, having had three sons, who all d. g. p., and
four daus., Ellen, m. John Thresher, Esq. ; Ehzabeth, to.
Ptobert Colebrooke, Esq. ; Dionysia, d. imm. 1806 ; and Mary,
(/. v.nm. 1816.
PicHARD, of whose line we have to treat.
Dorothy, to. Eichard Kenn, M.D., of Chippenham, 17 Oct.

1685, and had issue.
Dionysia, bapt. 23 Jan. IG61 ; m. Edward Thresher, of Brad-
ford, and had issue.
The 2nd son of Richard Long, of Collingbourne,

KiCHAKD Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton, bapt. 7 April, 1668;
m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Tliomas Long, of Monkton, after-
wards of Rowden, Wilts, and had issue, Kicuard, and
Thomas, who d. v.nm. 1711. He ?/i.2ndly, Grace, dau. of John
Stileman, of Steeple Ashton, and relict of John Martyn, of
Hinton, in the same parish, who d. without issue, April, 1746.
Mr. Long d. 19 Jan. 1729-3C, and was s. by his only surviving
son,

Richard Long, Esq. of Rood .Ashton, m. Anne, sole dau.
and heir of John Martyn, Esq., by whom (who d. aged 71) he
had issue,
Richard, his heir.
John, D.D., Fellow of All Souls' Coll. Oxford, Rector of

Chelsfield, in Kent. He d. unm. 17 Oct. 1797, aged 65.
Anne, 2nd wife of Gifford Warriner, Esq. of Conockj Wilts.
She d. wilhout issue 1815.

Elizabeth, m. 1764, Rev. Richard Pocock, B.A., Rector of
Mildenliall, Wilts, great-grandson of L)r. Edward Pocock, the
OrientaUst. She d. 18 Sept. 1805, aged 83.
Ellen, TO. Daniel Jones, Es(i. of Bradford. She d. 17 May,
1794, aged 63, leaving by him, who d. 1772, aged 48, Daniel
Jones Long, Esq., who, by tlie will of Walter Long, Esq.
of Bath, took the name and arms of Long, and d. without
issue, 1827.

Mr. Long, of Rood Ashton, d. 6 May, 1760, aged 68, and was
s. by his son and heir,

Richard Long, Esq. of Rood Ashton. He m. Meliora, dau.
of Sir John Lambe, and relict of Joseph Poulden, Esq. of
Imber, Wilts, and had issue,

I. Richard Godolphin, eldest son and heir.

II. John, of Monkton Farleigh, b. 1



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