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'24, and he was s. by his eldest son.

Vert Rev. Bartholomew Vigors, of Old Leighlin, Dean of
Leighlin, b. 3 Aug. 1707, appointed Chancellor of Leighlin,
27 Aug. 1740, Rector of Wells, co. Carlow, 20 Jan. 1740, and
Dean of Leighlin, 16 Jan. 1749; Rector of Shankhill, co.
Kilkenny, 1749, Rector of Aghada, co. Carlow, 1741-50; vi.
1732, Frances, dau. of Stephen Peane, Esq. of Publin, and
niece cf Arthur Price, P.P., Archbishop of Cashel. She
d. intestate, and admon. was granted to her niece, Mary
Bradford, 8 Nov. 1785. He d. s. p. 17 Nov. 1753, and was bur.
in the Earl of Cork's tomb at St. Patrick's, when he was s. by
his brother,

John Vigors, Esq. of Old Leighlin, b. 19 Aug. 1709, High
Sheriff co. Carlow 1766, Freeman of Ross, 22 Feb. 1731. He
m. 6 Nov. 1751, Anne, eldest dau. of Nicholas Aylward, Esq.
of Shankhill Castle, co. Kilkenny, and had by her (who d.
March, 1802) three sons and two daus,

I. Bartholomew, b. 19 Sept. 1752, d. unm. v. p., 11 Sept. 1771.

II. Nicholas Aylward, his heir.

III. Richard (Rev.), b. 28 July, 1760, B.A. Trin. Coll. Publin,
1783; d. unm. 1819.

I. Catherine, b. 15 July, 1755 ; d. unm. 18 March, 1790; will
dated 7 Feb. 1790.

II. Jane, b. 26 March, 1762; m. 12 March. 1784, Philip
Poyne, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, son of Very Rev. Charles
Poyne, P.P., Pean of Leighlin, and had issue.

Mr. John Vigors d. 6 Oct. 1776, aud was s. by his eldest sur-
viving son,

Nicholas Aylward Vigors, Esq. of Old Leighlin and Bell-
mount, CO. Carlow, Capt. II.M. 29th Regt., served in the
American war, b. 3 Nov. 1755; m. 1st, 17 June, 1781, Cathe-
rine, dau. of Solomon Richards, Esq. of Solsborough, co. Wex-
ford, and by her (who d. 15 March, 1802; had issue,

I. Nicholas Aylward, his heir.

I. Frances, b. 5 May, 1782; d. 3 May. 1786.

II. Anne, b. 3 June, 1782; d. unm. '26 March, 18G9, bur. at
Old Leighlin.

III. F''rances Richards, bapt. at Old Leighlin 22 Pec. 1788 ;
m. Casemir Pierre Adrian d'llerisson, Chef d'Escadron of
the Garde du Corps of Charles X., King of France, and
settled at the Chateau de Brae, near Toulouse. She d. 24
June, 1877, aged 79.

IV. Matilda, h. July, 1793; m. William Richards Perinzy,
Esq. of CO. Wexford, aud d. s. p. 27 Nov. 1870, bur. at Old

Mr. Vigors TO. 2ndly, 5 Pec. 1803, Mary Jane, dau. of Col.

Hon. John Browne, 13th Light Pragoons, by his wife Eli;'.abeth,

youngest dau. of Hon. Richard Allen (brother of Lord Allen),

by whom (whocZ. 20 Oct. 1828, aged 49) he had issue,

I. Thomas Tench, of Erindale, co. Carlow, b. 10 Sept. 1804,

J. P. and P.L. for co. Carlow, and High Sheriff 1843; m. 1

Oct. 1832, Jane, dau. and heir of Gilbert Pickering Rudkin,

Esq. of Wells, co. Carlow, by whom (who m. 2ndly, June,

1852, Patrick Murphy, Esq., Q.C., Assistant-Barrister, co.

Cavan, and d. at Boulogne, 29 Oct. 1879, aged 80), he left at

his decease 20 Feb. 1840,





IIknri Rodkin, s. his uncle.
Mary Jane, 6. 183); d. loim. 3 Sept. 1850.
ji. Joshua Allen (Col. \ hapt. at Old Lfighlin 23 Dec. 1805,
,-<rvcd in H.M. 52nd l.ijiht Infantry in Die West Indies,
Canada, and in India during llie Mutiny. He commanded
Uw storming party of his regt. at the capture of Delhi in
!>-'i7; '/)!. 1 Sept. 1863, at Wintertown, co. Dublin, Mary,
2iid dau. of ihe late William Cary, Esq. of co. Carlow, and
,'. s. p. 30 March, IS65.
jii. Horatio Nelson Trafalgar (Gen.), b. 11 March, 1807,
commanded H.M. )3th Light Infantry, and afterwards the
St. Helena Eejtt., and was acting Governor of that island,
."-ervcd in the Cabul campaign i8iH-39 ; was sent in pur-
suit of the Ruler of Candahar, and led the storming party of
liis regiment at the storming and capture ol Ghuznee ; was
]Moscnt at the capture of Cabul. and received the pension
iiir "distinguished service." He m. 24 Dec. 1839, Clara
:>Ialilda, dau. of Samuel Butler. Esq., and by her (who d. at
i-andour, Bengal, 9 Nov. 1842) had issue,
1 Horace Butler, b. 23 Oct. 1842 ; d. at Sukkur, in Scinde,
8 Feb. 1844.

1 Clara Georgina, d. unm. in Carlow 5 May, 1883.
Gi-n. Vigors d. in Paris 21 June, 1S64, aged 67, and was
l.ur. in Pere-la-Chaise.
iv. Charles Henry Fitzroy Stanhope, 6. 3 May, 1810, served
as Lieut, in H.M. 87tli Royal li i.sli Fusiliers ; he was killed
iiy a fail when riding the Garrison Steeplechase, at the
'•Jloor of Meath," near Dublin, 9 April, 1844, u«jii., aged
34, bur. at Old Leighlin.
V. John Urban, b. 14 Dec. 1811, served in H.M. 9th Regt. in
India in the campaign of 1812, in Afghanistan, and in the
Sutlej campaign, present at the battles ol Moodtee, Feroze-
sliah (in which he was wounded), and Sobraon (med?l and
two clasps); m. Sophie Mary Anne, dau. of Capt. John
llraham, Ceylon Rifles, by whom (whorf. Is.iS; he had issue,
1 Richard Eitzroy Stanhope Vigors, settled in Kew South
1 Dorothea Eleanor.
He d. 20 Aug. 1865, in New South AVales.
I Dorothea Elizabeth, in. Henry Cary, Esq. of Carlow, who
.'. s.p. 9 April, 1863. She d. in Dublin, 2 March, 1886.
Sir. i\f. A. Vigors d. 3 March, 1828, and was buried at Old
Leighlin. He was s. by his eldest son,

XicHOLAS Aylwakd VinoBs, Esq. of Old Leighlin. 6. 1785,
D.C.L., Trin. Coll. Oxford, July, 1832, Capt. in the I'oot
<iuards, and served in the Peninsular War, and was severely
wounded at the battle of Barossa, 5 March, 1811. He was
D.L. CO. CarloW; and M.P. for that co. from 1832 until his
<Ieath. He d. unm. in London 26 Oct. 1840, in his 55th year,
^lud was bur. in the nave of the Cathedral of Old Ltighlin,
when the representation of the family devolved onhis nephew,
IlESHT KuDKiN Vigors, Esq. of Erindale, Capt. in the
Carlow Rifles, formerly Capt. in H.M. 10th Regt., ra. 20 Aug.,
1862, Mary Harriet, eldest dau. of John Campbell. Esq. (one
of the Campbells of Baibcck, N.B.), Civil Commissioner and
Resident Magistrate, Cape of Good Hope, and had issue,

Thomas Nicholas, b. at Boulogne 2 May, 1863; d. unm.
19 Nov. 1879.
Capt. H. E. Vigors d. at Kingstown, co. Dublin, 20 Jlarch,
1883, aged 48. His widow m. 2ndly, 23 Sept. 1885, Lieut. -Col.
Edward II. Butler (of the Butlers of Broomville, co. Carlow),
lommanding the Carlow Rifles, and d. 21 Nov. the same

.4rm5— 1st, arg., three stags' heads erased at the neck gu.,
iiltired or, for Vigors; 2nd, erm., a fesse sa., charged with a
trefoil between two mullets or, between tliree wolves' heads
■erased sa., for Cliffe ; 3rd, az., a chevron between three
<'stoiles arg., for Carr ; 4ih, sa., a wolf rampant and in chief
Tluee estoiles or, for Wilson. Crest — A stag's head erased, as
ill the arms. Motto — Spectemur agendo.

Scat — Burgage, Leighlin Bridge, co. Carlow.


Vincent, William Claeke, Esq. of Boston
T.odge, CO. York, b. 11 Dec. 1828.

Liineag-e.— John Viscent, Esq. who was Sheriff of
Limerick in 1696, served the office of Mayor of city in
■1703 and 1727. He m. Phoebe Brown, widow of John Iliggin-
1 ctliam. Chancellor of Limerick, and left issue (will proved

I. John, whose will was proved 1766. ii. Richard.

HI. Thomas, of whom hereafter.

JV. Arthur, Mayor of Limerick 1728, will proved 1761, left
by Blanche Waller his wile, two sons,

1 Arthur.

2 John, 7)1. 1st, Katherine Love, and 2ndly, Lucy Westrop,
and was ancestor of the Vincents of Erinagh and
Hummer HilL.

I. Anne, 6. 6 Aug. 1717, Ven. John Brown, Archdeacon of

II. Alice, m. George Roche. Esq., M.P.

III. Elizabeth, m. John Davis, Ksq.

IV. Phoebe, m. Matthew MapNamara, Esq.
The 3rd son,

Thomas Vincent, Esq., was Mayor of Limerick in 1736 and
1740; his will was proved 1744. By Alicia his wife, he left,
with two other daus.,

I. George.

II. Exham, Mayor of Limeriek 1770, had two sons and a
dau., I Exham; 2 John Prendergast ; and Anne, m. W.
Fosbery, Esq.

I. Blanche, m. Edmond Moroney, Esq.
The eldest son,

George Vincent, Esq. of Parteen House, co. Clare, was
Mayor of Limerick in 1761, and d. 1810. He m. Anne, dau. of
Rev. John Tunnadine, of Park, and sister of John Tunnadine,
Master in Chancery, and M.P. for Askeaton, by whom (who
d. 1808) he had issue,

I. Thomas, 6. 1753, SherifT of Limerick 1776, who d. v. p.
leaving by Miss Unthank his wife, two daus. and an only

George Vincent, Esq. of Parteen House, Capt. 4th Foot,
who 3. his grandfather, sold Parteen, vi. and d. in France,
leaving two sons, Thomas and George, and one dau

II. George (twin with Thomas), of whom hereafter.

III. John Tunnadine, of Hemsworth, D.L. West Riding, co.
York, Lieut.-Col. 3rd West York Militia, 6. 1701; d. 1846,
aged 85 ; to. 1st, 17S4, Mary, dau. of William Read, Esq. of
Leeds, who d. 1787, leaving a son,

John Read, of Hemsworth, Major 4th Foot, 6. 1787 : d.
1874, aged 87, leaving issue, by Lucy Longston his wife,
I John Matson, Capt. 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster
Regt., J. P. for West Hiding, co. York, 6. 1849; 2 Matson
(Rev.), M.A. University Coll. Oxford ; 1 Lucy, to. 1874,
Charles James Backhouse ; 2 Mary Read.
He m. 2ndly, Charlotte, dau. and co-heir of F. Foumess,
Esq. of Hemsworth, and had another son,
Matson (Rev.), of Hemsworth, m. Tabitha Longston.

IV. Exham, of Violet Hill. co. Clare, J. P., r,i. Marcella Going,
and d. 1818, leaving issue.

I. Rebecca, m. W. Long. Esq.

II. Martha, to. Nicholas Bisehoff, Esq.

III. Anne, in. J. McAdam, Esq.
The 2nd son,

George Vincent, Esq., was Capt. in the 9th Foot, served
in America under Gen. Sir John Burgoyne, and was taken
prisoner there, b. 1753; m. 1784, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir
of William Read, Esq. of Leeds, by Hannah Buxton his wife
(descended from Buxton, of Buxton, co. Derby), by whom (who
d. 1837, aged 89) he had a dau. Hannah, who d. young, and
three sons,

George, of Wakefield, 6. 1788 ; d. 1862.

William Read, who continued the line.

Thomas Buxton, of Scarborough, b. 1791 ; d. 1866.
Capt. Vincent d. 1834, aged 81, his 2nd son,

William Read Vincent, Esq. of Boston Lodge, co. York,
Capt. 3rd West York Militia, 6. 1790; m. 1827, .Sarah, dau.
and co-heir of John Clarke, Esq. of Boston Lodge, and
Wakefield, by Betty his wife, dau. and heir of Richard
Vavasour, Esq. of Eothwell (descended from Vavasour, of
Haslewood), by whom (who d. 27 Dec. 1863, aged 62) he had

I. William Clarke, now of Boston Lodge.

II. John, late Capt. 7tith Foot. 6. 15 June, 1830; r,i. 1862,
Ann, dau. of Rev. James Linton, of Hemingford House,
CO. Huntingdon, and has issue,

1 William Henry Hutchinson, 6. 28 April, 1863.

2 Thomas Montagu. 3 Charles.

1 Ada Cecile. 2 Alice Mary.

I. Elizabeth Dorothy, m. Robert Greene, Esq. of Scalby

II. Sarah Vavasour, m. Capt. Charles Newton Biggs, and d.
1885, leaving one son and two daus., Charles William Vava-
sour, Kathleen Sarah, and Ada Gertrude.

III. Emily Mary.

Capt. Vincent d. 14 March, 1862, aged 71, and was s. by his
eldest son, the present representative.

^riii.'! — Az., three cinquefoils arg. and a border or. Crest —
Out of a ducal coronet or. a griffin's head gu., charged with a
trefoil or. Motto— Vincent qui se vineent.

£ea<— Boston Lodge, near Tadcuster, co. York.


Vincent, Aethue Hahe, Esq. of Siimmerhill,
CO. Clare, J.P., High Sheriff IbOO, Col. (retired)





3rd (King's Own) ITiusars, h. 19 Feb. 1840: w.
1st, 1 Feb. 1871, Elizabeih Eose, dau. of David
Davidson jManson, Esq. of Spjnie, eo. Moray, N.B.,
smd by lier (who d. 17 Dec. Is7i)) has issue,

I. Berkeley, 6. 4 Dec. 1S71.

II. Arthur Kose, 6. 9 June, IS7i>.

I. Helena Marion Stewart Jlaekenzie.

He m. 2ndly, 1 Dec. 1S83, Gertrude Mary, only
child of Richard Birley Daxendalc, Esq. of Black-
inore End, Herts, and 35, Tortman Square, W., and
has further issue,

II. Aileen Mary.

III. Angela Clare Gertrude.

IV. Ailsie Noreen Cynthia.

Lineagre This branch of the Vincent family lias been

established in the cos. of Limerick and Clare since the reign
of William III.

John Vi.ncent, Esq., Sheriff of Limerick 1696, and Mayor
1703 and 1727, in. Phoebe Brown, widow of John lliggin-
liotham. Chancellor of Limerick, and left issue,

I. John, whose will was proved in 17CG.
If. Eichard.

III. Thomas, Slayor of Limerick 17.36 and 1740, from whom
descend the Vincents of Boston Lodge, co. York.

IV. Artucr, of whom here.ifter.

I. Anne, Hi. Ven. John Brown, Archdeacon of Limerick.

II. Alice, )ii. George Roche, Esq., M.l'. for Limerick 1713-15.

III. Elizabeth, m. John I). i vies, Esq.

IV. i'huebe, m. Matthew MacXamara, Esq.

oohn Vincent's will was proved 1735. His 4th son,

Arthur Vincent, Esq., Mayor of Limerick 17'2S (whose
will was proved 1761), m. Blanche, sister of George Waller,
Esq. (of the Castle Waller family), and had a son,

John Vincent, Esq. of Limerick, who m. 1st, 17.'j1, Cathe-
rine, dau. of John Love, Esq. of Castle Saffron, co. Cork, and
by her had, with three daus., three sons,

I. Arthur, his heir.

II. William, Col. 62nd Regt., b. 1762 ; in. Miss Fanny Iloare,
and d. s. p.

III. Jolin, Gen. in the army, Col. 69th Regt., 6. 1764; d. v.nm.

He m. 2ndly, Lucy, dau. of Thomas Westropp, Esq. of Bally-
sreen, co. Limerick, and widow of Capt. Lindsay, and by her
had, with four daus., three sons,

IV. Thomas, b. 1769.

V. George (Uev.), b. 1772, Rector of Shanagolden.

VI. Berkeley, Lieut. 19th liegt.

The eldest son,

Arthir Vincent, Esq. of Summerhill, co. Clare, b. 1761 ;
m. 1783, Mary, dau. of Berkeley Westropp, Esq., and had

I. William, Col. 82nd Regt., 6. 1786; m. Francos Blood, and
d. s.p. Is34.

II. George, of Erinagh, co. Clare, in. Henrietta, dau. of John
Massy, Esq. of Waterpark, co. Clare, and had issue,

1 Arthur William, m. Dorothea, dau. of Blood Smyth,
Ksq. of Castle Kergus. co. Clare, and has issue, one dau.
Fanny, m. Cajit. I>ugent, li..4.

2 John Berkeley, Lieut. 5ith Itegt , d. unm. 186.").

1 Ellen, m. 14 Dec. 1853, Col. Jesse Lloyd, of lialljlcck,
CO. Monaglian.

2 Mary, ui. Matthew Smyth, Esq., Q.C., of Castle Fergus.

III. Bekkellt, of SumiueihiU.

The 3rd son,

Berkeley Vincent, Esq. of Summerhill, Lieut. 49th Regt.,
b. 21 Jan. 1803: hi. 26 Feb. 1835, Helena, dau. of John Hare,
Esq. of Deer Park, co. Tipperary, and by her (who d. 25
April, 18s2), had issue,

I. Arthur Hare, now of Summerhill.

II. John Love, Col. late .Northumberland Fusiliers, b. 15 .\ug.
1842; m. 22 Nov. 1882, Edith Mabel, only child of William
K. Croker, Esj. ot Alston, co. Limerick.

I. Elizabeth Westropp, >u. Cliichester Hartigan, Esq.

II. Mary Frances, 7/6. 12 June, 18G2, James Saijtli O'Grady,
Esq. of Erinagh, co. Clare.

III. Helena Hare, m. 26 Feb. 1868, Dudley O'Grady, Esq.,
J. P. of Ballynort, co. Limerick, and by him (who d. 25
Feb. 1833) had issue, Standish Darby, Dudley Vincent, and
Helena Louisa.

Mr. Vincent d. 19 Jan. 1882.

ArM.1 — .\z., three quatrefoils arg. — Out of a ducal
coronet or, a critlin's head. Mottn — Vincenti dabiiur.
Scat — Sumuiertiill, Castle Coimell, co. Clare.


ViviAx, Arthue Pendarves, Esq. of Bosahan,
Cornwall, J.P., High Sheriff 1689, and J.P., D.L.,
and County Councillor co. Glamorgan, M.P. for West
Cornwall 1868-1885, Deputy-Warden of the Stan-
naries of Devon and Cornwall, Col. Commanding
2nd Vol. Batt. Welsh Regt., b. 4 June, 1834 ; m.
1st, 4 IMarch, 18G7, Augusta Emily, 2nd dau. of
Edwin Kichard, 3rd Earl of Dunraven, K.P., and
by her (who d. 11 Feb. 1877) has issue,

I. Henry Wyndham, 6. 3 Feb. 1868.

II. Gerald William, Lieut. R.N. b. 10 June, 1869.

I. Caroline Mabel, b. 26 June, 1873.

II. Clarice Gertrude, b. 3 Blarch, 1875.

Col. Vivian »n. 2ndly, 10 March, 1880, Lady Jane-
Dalrymple, dau. of John Hamilton, 10th Earl of
Stair, K.T., and by her has further issue,

III. Edith Evelyn, 6. 22 Dec. 1880.

IV. Lilian Ursula, 6. 18 July, 1883.

Lineag'e. — The family of Vivian is of great antiquity in
the CO. of Cornwall. The family before us is descended from
the branch that resided at Trenoweth, in the parish of St.
CoUimb, in the same parish. These estates, with Withiel and
other property in the co. of Cornwall, passed to the Trelo-
warren family in the reign of William III., by the marriage
of the heiress, Mary Vivian, with Sir Eicliard Vyvyan, Bart,
of Trelowarren.

Thomas Vivian (2nd son of John Vivian, of Trewan, an*
Mary Cavell, his wife), 6. 1617, was grandfather of Thomas-
Vivian, of Comprigney, who m. Lucy Glynn, and had a.

The Rev. Thomas Vivian, of Cornwood, Devon, who m.
1747, Mary, dau. of John Hussey, Esq. of Oakhampton,
Barrister-at^Law, and had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Thomas, d. unm. 1773.

III. Kichard, in holy orders. Rector of Bushey, Herts, m.
Miss Emniett, and d. 1825, leaving four sons and two daus.
Tlicir youngest son Edward, d. 30 March, 1893

IV. William Henry, in holy orders. Rector of Charles, co.
Devon, m. Frances Wingrove, and d. s. p. 13 Nov. 1840.

Rev. Thomas Vivian dying 1793, was s. by his son,

John Vivian, Esq. of Truro, Vice Warden of the Stannariesy
5)!. 24 Aug. 1774, Betsey, only surviving child of the Rev.
Richard Cranch, and dying 7 Dec. left i.ssuo,

I. Richard Hussey, created a Baronet 19 Jan. 1828, and
elevated to the Peerage in 1841 as Barom Vivian (see.
Burke's Peerage).

II. John Henry, of whom presently.

III. 'ihoiiias, d. unm. 1821.

The 2nd son,

John Henry Vivian, Esq., F.R.S., F.G.S., of Singleton, co.
Glamorgan, M.P. from 1832 till his death 1855, and Major
Royal Stannary Artillery, J.P. and D.L., 6. 9 Aug. 1785-
(brother of Richard Hussey, 1st Lord Vivian, as above), b.
9 Aug. 1785, m. 30 Oct. 1816, Sarah, eldest dau. of Arthur-
Jones, Esq., late of The Priory, Reigate, and formerly of
Caervallack, co. Flint, and by her (who d. 8 Sept. 1886) had

I. Henuy Husset, created a T?aronet 1882, and raised to the-
Pccrage 1893 as liARON Swansea (see Bubkb's Peerage).

II. Wiiliam Graham, 7, Belgrave Square, S.W., b. 25 Kov.
1827, J.P. and D.U co. Glamorgan, High Sheriff 1866.

III. Arthur Pendarves, now of Bosahan.

IV. Richard Glynn, M.A., D.L., 6. 31 Aug. 1835; m. II
JMarch, 1885, Laura llermione Beatrice, only dau. and heir
of Henry Craigie llalkett, Esq., liengal Civil Service, and
was divorced on her petition 6 June, 1891.

I. Betsy Sarah, n. 29 Aug. 1-40, the Right Hon. Sir Williami
Gibson Craij.', 2nd Bart., who d. 1878.

II. Caroline Gertrude Walker, m. 21 June, 1848, William
Jones Lloyd, Esq. of Langleybury, Watford, who d. 1885.

lu. Henrietta Letilia Victoria, in. 7 Dec. 1865, Major
Clement Walker Heneage, V.C, of Couipton, Wilts, lat«
8th Hussars.

IV. Uulcie Charlotte.
Major Vivian d. 10 Feb. 1855.

.4i-His— Or, on a chevron az. between three lions' head*
erased ppr., as many annulets of the Held, a chief ejnbattled
gu., thereon a wreath ot oak of the tirst between two martlets
arg. Creit — Ifsiiant from a bridge of one arch embattled at
each end, a tower ppr., a demi hussar of II. M. 18th Regt. o£
Hussars habited, armed and accoutred, holding in his dexter
hand a sabre all ppr., and in his sinister a peanon flying tohia
sinister gu. Mollo — Vivo anima dei.

Seat — Bosalian, St. Martin, R.S.O., CornwalL





Ytneb, Eobebt Chables de Gbey, Esq. of
Grtutby Hall, co. Lincoln, of Newbr Hall and
rairfieid, CO. York, and of Coombe Hurst, Surrey,
D.L. CO. York, High Sheriff co. Cheshire 1893, late
Capt. Grenadier Guards, b. 13 Feb. 1842 ; m. 10
July, 1865, Eleanor Margaret, dau. of Rev. Slingsby
Duncombe Sliuflo, and has issue,

I. Mary Evelyn, m. 31 July, 1886, AIwyne-Frederick, 2nd
son of Marquess of Northampton (see Burke's Peerage),
and has issue,

Edward Rohert Francis, 6. 14 Dec. 1891.

II. Violet Aline, m. 19 July, 1890, Earl of Eosslyn («ce
Bdrke's Peerage) and has issue,

Francis Edward Scudamore, Lord Loughborough, t.
16 Nov. 1892.
Rosahelle Milliccnt.

Ijineag-e.— This family is stated to have been seated in
CO. Gloucester temp. Eichard II.

EiCHARD Yyner, Esq. of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, 21
IIenrt VII., purchased the estate of Ashelworth in that co.,
in which he was s. by his son,

John Vyner, Esq. of Ashelworth, 30 Henry VIII., who d.
about 6 Queen Elizabeth, leaving two sons, John and Henry.
The elder,

John Vtner, Esq. of Ashelworth. by his wife Joan, had two
sons, 1. John, who had four sons, 1 Thomas, bapt. 6 Oct. 1509,
2 Eichard, bapt. 26 Jan. 1573, 3 Henry, bapt. 1 Sept. 1574,
4 Robert, bapt. 24 March, 1578; ii. Thomas, of whom
presently. Mr. Vyner sold Ashelworth 1 James I. His
younger son,

Thomas Vtner, Esq. of North Cemey, co. Gloucester, to.
twice. By his 1st wife, Margaret, who was buried at North
Cerney, 8 Sept. 1578, he had three sons and four daus.,

I. Eichard, who bad two sons, 1 DanycU, bapt. 10 July,
1596; 2 Eichard, bapt. 5 Nov. 1598.

II. William, of whom hereafter.

m. Eobert, bapt. at North Cerney, 23 Aug. 1573.

I. Joanna, bapt. 20 April, 1.568, d. nam.

II. Katherine, bapt. 21 Nov. 1572.

III. Mary, bapt. 3 July, 1575; m. Samuel Moore, and had
issue, Samuel, Mary, Sarah, and Alice.

IV. Anne, bapt. 8 Sept. 1578 ; m. Mr. Stafferton.

Mr. Vyner m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Daniel Ellis, and had
further issue,

IV. Daniel, bapt. 15 Dec. 1588, d. young.

V. Thomas (sir), 1st Bart, of London, twin with Daniel,
Lord Mayor of London 1653, knighted by Oliver Cromwell
8 Feb. 1654, and created a Bart. 18 June, 1661, 7". 1st,
Anne, dau. of Eichard Parsons, merchant, by whom he had
four daus., 1 Anne, d. iinm. ; 2 Mary, m. Sir Eicliaid
Napier, Knt. ; 3 Elizabeth, m. Sir Henry rickering, 1st
Bart, of Whadtlon; 4 Eebecca, to. Sir Eichard Pigott, Knt.
He TO. 2ndly, Honor, dau. of George Humble, of London,
and sister of Sir « illiam Humble, 1st Bart, of London, by
whom (Who d. 1656) he had two sons,

1 George (Sir), his heir.

2 Thomas, Clerk of the Patents, d. s. p. 5 Feb. 1666.

Sir Thomas m. Srdly, Alice EoLiinson, widow of Alderman
John Penin, but by her (who d. 1682) he had no issue. He
(i. 11 May, 1665, and was s. by his eldest son,
George (Sir), 2nd Bart., m. Abigail, dau. and co-heir of
Alderman Sir John Lawrence, Knt.., and had two sons,

1 Thomas (Sir), his heir.

2 George, d. unm.

Sir George d. 1673, and was s. by his son,
Thomas (Sir), 3rd Bart., 6. 1664; d. unm. June, 1683, when
the title became extinct.

V. Edith, bapt. 28 Feb. 1584 : m. Mr. Egg, and had two daus.

VI. Joane, bapt 5 Jan. 1597 ; m. and had an only dau., who
m. Kobert Marchant, and d. 1692.

Mr. Vyner d. 1598. His will, dated 27 Nov. that year, was
proved at Gloucester 22 May, 1600. The 2nd son,

William Vtner, Esq. of Eathorpe, co. Warwick, bapt. 31
Jan. 15.70. purchased the estate of Eathorpe ; to. 1st, Margaret
Browne, who d. s. p. 24 July, 1609, and 2ndly, Susanna, dau.
of Francis Ffulwood, of Middleton Hall, co. Derby, by whom
be bad

I. Samijel Vtner, Esq. cf Eathorpe, 6. 1627, and d. Dec.
1659, leaving by Martha his wife (who d. Sept. 1666) with
two daus (I Martha, 6. 16o2, TO. 1st, 21 May, 1667, Francis
Millington, Esq., Commissioner of Customs to KingCnARLEs
II. (who d. 1693), and 2ndly, 24 Nov. 1697, Eev. Peter
Birch, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster, and d. 25 May,
1703 ; 2 Frances, m. Capt. Hastings), as many sons. Kobert,
tbe younger, d. unm. March, 1690, and the elder son,

Thomas Vtner, Esq. of Eathorpe, b. 1653: m. 1696, Prudence,

dau. of Thomas Hill, oi The Close, Salisbury, and d. 2 Jan.

1716, leaving three daus., 1 Anne, h. 17 July, 1703, >/. 'avm.

Sept. 1791 ; 2 Martha, b. 29 April, 1707, d. unm. April, 1782;

3 Elizabeth, d. I'.nm. Feb. 1766; and one son,
Thomas Vyner (Eev.), of Eathorpe, b. 29 Nov. 1709: m. 13

April, 1749, Jane, dau. of Eev. Knightley .\tlams, of Preston

Capes, CO. Northampton, by whom {b. 20 Oct. 1728; d. &

Oct. 1803) he had issue,

1 Eobert Knightley, 6. 16 July, 1752 ; d. 24 April. 1753.

2 Thomas, LL.D. (Eev.), Prebendary of Canterbui-y, &. 3
Oct. 1753: d. unm. 4 Dec. IS^J

3 Charles William, 6. 29 April, 1757; d. 17 July, 1760.

4 Eobert, who carried on the line.

1 Prudence, 6. 9 March, 1750; to. 3 Aug. 1775, Earn.ird
Geiy Snow, Esq. of Southam, and d. s. p. 9 Jan. 17^7.

2 Delicia, 6. 2 March, 1760; jh. 4 Oct. 1785, Eev. James
Robinson Hayward, Eector of Hnrrietsham, co. Kent,
and Eector of St. Mary-le-Strand, London, and d. 4 July,

Eev. Thomas Vyner d. 11 April, 1706. His 4th son, the
only one to leave issue,

Eobert Vtner, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Ban istcr-at-Law, 6. 28
June, 1765 ; m. 19 Feb. 1799, Laura, only dau. and heir of
Phillips Glover, Esq. of Wispington, co. Lincoln, b

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