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y whom
(6. 7 Nov. 1781 ; d. 18 May, 1856) he had is.-ue,

1 Eobert, b. 31 Dec. 1799 ; d. 1 Jan. 1800.

2 Eobert Thomas, author of Notltia Venatici, <tc., 6. 16
Dec. 1804 ; m. 1839, Emily, dau. of James Oswin, Esq.,
and d.s.p. 6 April, 1879.

3 William Phillips (Eev.), Ecctorof Withem and Authorpe,
CO. Lincoln, 6. 2 Nov. 1800 ; d. unm. '20 July, ls78.

4 Charles James, of whom hereafter.

5 Arthur, Post-Capt. E.N., 6. 19 Jan. 1815; to. 1 Oct.
184?', Margaret Anne, eldest dau. of Charles Blyth, Esq.,
Edinburgh, and d. 2 Jan. 1864, having had 1 Philip
Anson, b. 6 March, 1850, m. 4 Dec. 1878, Theresa Cecil,
eldest dau. of George William Harris, C.E., of Cadzow
Paik, Mount Gambler, South Australia, and has issue ; 2
Arthur William Henry, b 5 Nov 1851, d. 8 June, 1353 ;
3 Arthur Edmund, 6. 22 May, 1854 ; 4 Thomas Glover, i.
22 March, 1858 ; 1 Mary, 6. 6 Aug. 1846, d. 3 May, 1*47 ;
2 Mildred, b. 17 Feb. 1848, m. 9 July, 1866, George Waddy
Shelley, Esq., New South Wales; 3 Margaret Isabella, b,
24 April, 1856, m. 16 June, 1874, Francis Sherriff Isaacs,
Esq. ; 4 .Mabel Agnes, b. 7 Jan. 1862, d. 27 sept. 1803.

6 Ldmund Holford, 6. 15 Nov. 1816 ; d. unm. 4 July, 1882.

7 Frederick Wheler, 6. 17 Jan. 1818; m. 8 Nov. 1843, Mar-
garet Jemima Eobinson, and has, 1 Robert, 6. 14 May,
1846 ; 2 Frederick Eobinson, 6 9 Sept. 1857 ; 3 Eustace
Henry, 6. 11 Jan. 1860 ; 1 Laura Isabella, b. 4 Sept. 1844,
TO. 8 Nov. 1865, Eobert Smithwick, Esq. ; 2 Jane Rebecca,
b. 18 June, 1848, m. 21 Aug. 1867, David Frederick John-
ston, Esq. : 3 Delicia Anne. b. 11 Dec. 1850, vi. 5 March,
1873, Alexander MacPherson, Esq., 4 Elizabeth Frede-
ricka, 6. 19 Sept. 1853, j«. 6 May, 1885, William Buiton
Smith, Esq. of Darbalara, near (jundagai ; 5 Mary, b. 3
Nov. 1855, TO. 24 March, 1877, William Burton Smith,
Esq . and d. 22 Oct. 1883 ; 6 i 'orothea, b. 18 April, 1862,
VI. 29 April, 1885, Kenneth Griffiths-Buihanan, Esq. of
Oakwood, near Bundaberg, Queensland ; 7 Ethel Theresa,
6.11 July,1864; 8 Caroline Octavia, 6. 16 Sept. 1866; 9Mar-
garet Edith Adelaide, 6. '20 Dec. 1«09.

8 Henry William, Lieut.-Col. and Paymaster R.II.A., 6. 2
Nov. 1821.

1 Laura, b. 27 May, 1801 ; d. unm. 21 Nov. 1880.

2 Jane Eebecca, b. 2 Oct. 1802; to. 12 April, 18J5, SirTheo-
philusBiddulph,4thBart. of Westcombe. andi^. 19Maicli,
1845.

3 Delicia, b. 24 Feb. and d. 8 March, 1810.

4 Delicia Anne, 6. 12 May, 1813; to. 8 Aug. 18S9, His Excel-
lency Carl Constautin Albrecht Leonhard Count von
Blumenthal, Gen. in the Prussian army, and has issue.

Mr. Vyner rf. 2 Dec. 1823. His 4th, but eldest surviving son,
Charles James Vtner, Esq., b. 7 Oct. 1811 ; m. 20 Nov.
.1854, Sarah, dau. of Thomas Parke.s, Esq., and has issue,

1 Eobert Thomas, b. 17 Nov. 1858.

2 Charies James, b. 8 Oct. 1860.

3 Henry William, 6. '22 Dec. 1867.

1 Anna Delicia, 6. 13 Dec. 1855.

2 Sarah Dorothea, b. Jan. 1857.

3 Laura, twin with Sarali, d. 28 June, 1857.

II. Thomas (Very Rev.), Dean of Gloucester, of whom pre-
sently.

III. Eobert (Sir), Bart, of London, 5. 1031, knighted at White-
hall, 24 June, 1C65, created a Bart. 10 May, 1666, Lord
Mayor of London 1675; m. 14 June, 1665, Mary, dau. of
John Whitchurch, Esq. of WaUon, co. Berks, and widowof
Sir Thomas Hyde, 2nd Bart, of .iVlbury, co. Hertford, and d.
Sept. 1688, having had,

Charles, of the Inner Temple, Barristci-atLaw, 6. 1660; d.
unm. V. p. June, 1688.

IV. William, 6. 1633 ; d. unm.

Mr. Vyner d. 28 April, 1039, having entailed his estate of
Eathorpe, by bis will, dated 20 July, 1637, and proved 18 May,
1639, strictly on his eldest son. His 2nd son,



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Very Kev. Thomas Vvnek, Dean of Gloucester, LL.D.,
rrebciulivy of Wiml.-ov, (<. liiJLi; (,(. Elizabeth, d;iii. of Kev.
Jlenry IzzoJ, lieetor of Staunton, co. Gloucester, and (f. 11
April, 167o, leaving two tlaus. (^Elizabeth, m. John Snell, of
Salisbury Hall, Herts; Honor, !)i. Thomas Leigh, brother to
Sir Francis Leigh), and a san,

Thomas Vynkr, Esq., who s. to the estates of his uncle, Sir
Robert Vyncr, in cos. Lincoln and Chester. He m. Anne, dan.
of Sir Francis Leeke, Bart, of Newark-on-Trent, and c^ iu
llomo 1707, leaving an only .son,

Kor-ERT Vtn'ek, Esq. ol Gautby, co. Lincoln, ■nhich estate
he purchased, and was JI.F. for the co. in six Parliaments.
He was b. lbS3; 7?!. 1st, JIargaret, dau. of Sir Thomas Style,
•Jnd Bart, of Wateringbury, by whom he had, i. Robert, his
heir; ii. Margaret, )ii. 1742, Charles Pclhani,Esq. of Brockles-
bnry, co. Lincoln; in. Anne, m. 1742, William Northey, Esq.
of Compton Bafsett, co. Wilts. He m. 2ndly, Dclicia do
ripre, but had no further issue; d. 1777, and was s. by his
only son,

Robert Vyn'eb, Eisq. of Gautby, b. 27 June, 1717, M.P. co.
Lincoln in five Parliaments; m. Eleanor, dau. of Thomas
Carter, Esq. of Kedbourne, co. Lincoln, and widow of Francis
Anderson, Esq. of Manby, same co. (father of Charles, 1st
Lord Yarborough), anJ d. 19 June, 1799, leaving by her (who
''. ISll) an only son,

Robert Vyner, Esq. of Gautby, M.P. co. Lincoln, b. IG
May, 17G2; to. 4 June, 17SS, Lady Theodosia Mary Ashburn-
liam, dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Ashburuham, by wliom {b. IG
June, 17Go; d. l^Zi) he had issue,

I. Robert, his heir.

II. Charles James, b. 1797; d.unm. 1837.

III. Henry, ot Xewby Hall, co. York, J. P., D.L., 6. 26 Aug.
ISO.t; m. 5 July, ls32. Lady Mary Gertrude Robinson, dau.
of Tlioinas Philip, 1st Earl de Grey, K.G., Lord-Lieutenant
of Ireland 18-11-44, and d. 22 Jan. 18G1, leaving,

1 Hexrt Frederick Clare heir to his uncle.

2 Reginald Arthur, J.P , O.L., M.P. for Ripon 1SC0-G5, b.
1S39 ; </. .^.j). 2s Sept. 1S70.

ii Kobert Charles de Gret, now of Gautby.
4 Frederick Grantham, 6. 1S47 ; murdered by Greek
brigands 21 April, 1870.

1 Henrietta Anne Theodosia, m. 9 April, 1851, George, 1st
Marquess of Ripon, K.G., Governor-General of India
I'-sO to 1884, and has i sue.

2 Theodosia Hariiett Elizabeth, m. 5 July, 18.59, Charles,
ord Marquess of Northampton, andrf. s.j). is Nov. lbG4.

IV. John, b. 1807 : d. unm. 182.5.

I. Tlieodosia, b. 17itO; m. Samuel Crawley, Esq. of Stock-
wood, CO. Bedford, and d. 1820, leaving an only child,
Theodosia Sambrook, wlio m. Count de Mont Rial, France.
3Ir. Robert Vyner d. 13 March, 1810, and was s. by his eldest
son,

Robert Vtner, Esq. of Gautby, High Sheriff of co. Lincoln
1814, 6. 19 March, 1789; d. unm. 1872, and was s. by his
nephew,

He.nry Frederick Clabe Vyneb, Esq. of Gautby Hall, J.P.,
6. ISoG ; d. uniii. 11 Nov. 1883, and was s. by his brother,
Robert Charles de Grey Vyner, now of Gautby.

Ar„is—lst and 4th, az., a bend or, on a chief arg. two
Cornish choughs ppr. for Vv.ser. Crest — A dexter arm em-
bowfd in armour ppr., ganiislied or, holding a mullet of six
points or. Motto — Lahore et honore.

S'iats—'Scv.-hy Hall, Ripon, Fuirtield, co. Y'ork ; Tusholme
Hall, Lincoln ; Coonibe Hur.st. Kingston Hill, S.W. ; Chateau
St. Anne, Cannes, France ; The Club House, Bidston, Birken-
head.

Toixn Rciidtnct—Z, Mount Street, Berkeley Square, \V.



WADDILOVE OF WOODHORNE.

Waudilove, Geokge Hope, Esq. of Wood-
liornc, jS'orthumberland, and of JBrunton House,
Wall-on-Tj-ne, Lord of the Manor of Woodliorne,
h. 11 Jan. 1865; educated at Harrow and Pem-
broke Coll. Oxford, U.A.

Lineagre. — The Very Rev. Robert Dabley Waddilove,
D.D., Dean of Ripon, Archdeacon of the East Riding of York-
shire, and Prebendary of York, b. Nov. 1736 (son of Abel
Darley, of Boroughbridge), educated at Westminster and
Clare Coll. Cambridge, assumed the name of Waddilove in
lieu of Darley, sometime chaplain to H. M. Legation in
.Spain ; «. to the Woodhorue property of his uncle Mr. Waddi-
love, President of Barnard's Inn, London in 1762; to. 1781,
Anne Hope, dau. of Sir l.odovick Grant, Bart, of Grant (sec
BuEKE's Picrarje, Seafield, E.), and d. Aug. 1828, leaving by
her (who d. 1797) a son,



Rev. William James Darley Waddilove, of Beacon
Grange, Hexham, m. 4 March, lsl6, Elizabeth Anne, dau. of
Sir James Graham, Bart, of Netherby, and by her (who d. 7
JIarch, 1874) had issue,

I. Robert James, d. unin. Oct. 1844.

II. George Marmaddke, of whom presently.

III. William Francis, d. unra. 1849.

IV. Charles Ludovic Darley, Admiral R.N., ot Beacon
Grange, Hexham, Northumberland, b. 13 May, 1828; m. 12
Oct. 1869, Mary Elizabelh, dau. of Rev. J. A. Blackett Ord,
of Whitfield Hall, Northumberland, and by her (who d. 10
Jan. I8S8) has had issue,

William James Darley, b. and d. 4 Feb. 1876.

Robert Darley, b. 3 Nov. 1876, d. next day.

Charles John Darley, 6. 27 Jan. 1882.

John Alexander Darley, b. 14 Dec. and d. 25 Dec. 1883.

George Edward Darley, b. 11 April, 1885.

Christopher Darley, b. 1 Jan. 18a8.

Elizubcih Anne. Katharine Alice.

Emily Hope. Elinor Mary.

Blary Caroline.

I. Caroline Hope, m. 20 Oct. 1853, John Errington, Esq. of
High Warden, Noithumberland, and d. 31 Maieh, 1862.

II. Georgiana Maria, )n. 1S37, Charles Christopher Clxlcy, Esq.
of Rcdcar, co. York, J. P., and (/. 1864, leaving issue.

lit. Harriett Penuel, m. 18!!1, Pereival Fenwick Clennell,
ICsq. of Ilarbottle Castle, Northumberland, and d. 1879,
s. p.

IV. Charlotte Jemima. v. Louisa, d. young.

Rev. William Waddilove d. 28 Oct. 1859, and was s. by his
2nd but eldest surviving son,

George .Marmaddke Darley Waddilove, Esq. of Wood-
home, Major Bengal Army, served throughout the Sutlej
wars and the Indian Mutiny, b. 1 Oct. 1823 ; in. 1st, 1862,
Jane, 2nd dau. of Rev. Edmund Bucknall-Estcourt, Rector of
Eckington, co. Derby, and by her (who d. 25 Jan. 18C5j had
issue,

George Hope, now of Woodhorne.

Helen Elizabeth, b. 11 Jan. 1865; d. Sept. 18G6.
He m. 2ndly, 15 April, 1869. Flora Catherine, eldest dau. of
Rev. M. H. G. Buckle, vicar of Edlingham, Northumberland,
and d. 6 March, 1887.

iics;f?e?ice— Brunton House, Wall-on-Tyne, Northumberland.
tViit— New Oxford and Cambridge.



WADDINGHAM OF GUYTINa GRANGE.

Waudingham, John, Esq. of Guyting Grange,
CO. Gloucester, b. 21 Dec. 1S3S, M.A.'of Uriel Coll.
Oxford, J.P. CO. Gloucester ; m. 1883, Emma
Oetavia, dau. of Michael Belcher, Esq.

Liineage. — John Waddinoham, Esq. of Guyting Grange
and Hafod (eldest son of Tlionias Waddingham, Esq., by Ann
his wife, dau. of Mark Husband, Esq.), J.P. cos. Gloucester
and Cardigan, High Sheriff 1861, b. 13 Dec. 1799 ; to. 2 Nov.
1837, Margaret, dau. of James Wilkinson, Esq., and d. 26
Aug. 1890, having by her (who d. 22 June, 1880) had issue,

I. John, now of Guyting Grange.

II. Thomas James, of Hafod, near Ystradmenrig, Aberyst-
with, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1892, 6. 27 Feb. 1840,
M.A. Oriel Coll., Oxford, m. 13 Dec. 1883, Sarah, eldest
dau. of the late James Davies, Esq. of Ffosrhydgaled, co.
Cardigan, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1846, by his wife,
I'.Iizabeth, granddau. of Pierce Evans, Esq. of Upton Castle,
J.P.

1. Margaret Anne, &. 2 Aug. 1843; m. 18 Oct. 1876, Frederick

Richard Vavasour Witts, Esq., 2nd son of Rev. K. F. Witts,

(if Upper Slaugliter Rectory, co. Gloucester, and has issue,

Sophia Margaret; Mabel; and Frances.

Arras — Az., a fesse between in chief two stags' attires and

in base an unicorn passant, arg. Crexl — On a mount vert a

stags head caboshed ppr., between the attires a rose arg.,

barbed and seeded also ppr. Motto — I'rospieio.

Seat — Guyting Grange, Lower Guiting, Cheltenham, co.
Gloucester.
CLab — New University.



WADDINGTON OF CAVENHAM.

Waddington, Heney Spencer, Esq. of Caven-

haiii Hall, Suffolk, High Sheriff 1S7G, J.P. and

D.L. for Suffolk, late Capt. of the Eille Brigade, h.

1816; m. 18 March, 1852, Caroline, 3rd dau. of

Vice-Admiral Sir W. Beauchamp Proctor, Bai-t. of

Langley Park, and has issue,

I. Spencer Beauchamp, b. 1854. ii. Harry Milnes, 6. 1858,

III. Gerald Rodes, b, 1859, jh. 1800, Deborah, dau. of Edwin

Jago, E.sq., R.N. She d. 1893.



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t, Caroline Rachael.

II. Ethel Maiy, m. 1888, Eev. B. P. Oakes, and has issue.

III. Amy Harriett, b. 1857; vi. 19 April, 1887, Pridcaux
George Selby, Esq. (see Selby of Pawston).

IV. Gertrude Maud, in. 1884, Capt. C. A. C. Deane, 1st
Suffolk Eegt., of Webbery Manor, Devon.

V. Eva Marion, vi. 1887, Lieut. -Col. Owen Williams, 2nd
Suffolk Eegt., and has issue.

VI. Dora May.

Lineage.— John Waddington, Esq. of Ely (son of Geoege
Waddington, Esq. of Doddington, who was b. 1771, by Mary
his wife), d. at Ely, 16 Dec. 1796, aged 66, leaving by his wife
Susannah, who d. 1816, aged 84, and had issue,

I. George Waddington, b. 1757; to. 1781, Caroline, dau. of
— Horsey, Esq. ; and d. 1785, having had,

1 HAitny Spencer Waddington, of Cavenham Hall, M.P.
■ for Suffolk, b. 1781; in. Mary Anne, dau. of Richard

Slater Jlilnes, Esq. of Fryston Hall. co. York, M.P. ; and
d. 26 Feb. 1864, having had, with other issue,
Henry Spencer, now of Cavenham Hall.

2 John Horsey. 6. 1783; m. Emma Philippa, dau. of
Thomas Grove, Esq. ; and d. 1863, leaving by her (who d.
1819;, with others, John, of Langrish House, Hants.

II. Thomas (Rev.), Prebendary of Ely, b. 1764: in. 1st,
Margaret ((/. 1800), dau. of Kev. James Yorkc, Bishop of
Gloucester, 2ndly Anne, (d. 1830), dau. of — Westwood,
Esq., and d. 1815, leaving issue.

<Sen<— Cavenham Hall, Suffolk.



WADE OF CliONEBRANEY.

Wade, Craten Heney Clotwortht, Esq. of
Rockfield, co. Wifklow, and Clonebranej, co.
Meath, J.P. co. VVicklow.

Lineage.— Henry Wade, Esq. of Clonebraney, co. Meath,
High Sheriff 1669, got a grant of Clonebraney, and 1,490 acres
in that co. by patent dated 3 Kov. 1684. He m. 1st, Anne
•O'Brien, and had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Charles, of Athglassan and Herbcrtstown, co. Meath, ad-
hered to the cause of James II., and forfeited all his lands;
m. Anne, dau. of Alexander Plunkett, Esq. co. Meath, and
had a son,

Richard, of Ballinglare, co. W^exford, m. Mary, dau. of
John Keogh, Esq., co. Wicldow, and had, wiih two other
sons, Charles and Redmond, both d. s. p., and a dau.
Mary (Mrs. Maude), an elder son,

John, of Dublin, M.D., who claimed Herbertstown at
Chichester House 1700, m. Jane, dau. of John Butler,
Esq. of Polestown, co. Kilkenny, and had two soiis,

1 Wade, of Dublin, M.D., to. Mary Kennedy, and had
four sons, 1 John, a General in the Russian Service;

2 Joseph, Lieut-Col. E. I. Co., m. 9 May, 1793;
Maiia, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Robert Ross; and d. 1809,
leaving Sir Claude Wade, C.B., Knt. of the Dorance
Empire, and of the Auspicious Star of the Punjaub;

3 John Peter, M.D., E. I. Co.; 4 Charles, M.D.,
Physician to the Court of Portugal.

2 John, of Dublin, whose son, John, of Dublin, d.
1799, leaving, by Katharine his wife, a son, Walter,
Professor of Botany, Royal Dublin Society.

I. Dorothy, m. Michael Sheilds, Esq. of Wainstown, co.
Meath, son, of Capt. Robert Sheilds, of Wainstown ; the
bearer of despatches from the Lord Deputy Sir Arthur Chi-
chester from Belfast to Charles I. at Edinburgh, 24 Oct,
1641, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and co-heir of Jlichael
Beresford, Esq , brother of Sir Tristram Beresford, 1st
Bart, of Coleraine. lie d. intestate (administration 12 May,
1708), leaving by his wife (who d. 170tt), with other issue,
£wo sons,

1 Robert Sheilds, Esq. of Wainstown, who d. 1744,

leaving by Anne his wife, with an elder son, Robert, his

heir (whose only son, Robert Ford, d. s. 'p. 19 Feb. Mil) ;

Hester, m. her cousin, John Daniel, alias Wade, Esq. of

Clonebraney, and other issue, a second son,

John Sheilds, Esq. of Wainstown, who s. his nephew

in the estate, which he sold 27 June, 1792. He m.

Sarah, dau. of Robert Wentworth, Esq. of Fryanstown,

CO. Meath, (grand-dau. of George Wentworth of same

place, who was eldest son of D'Arcy Wentworth, Esq.

of Airgreatli, co. Meath, and Athlone, co. Roscommon,

descended from Wentworth of Etmshall, co. York),

and had a surviving son,

Kev. Wentworth Sheilds, Rector of Kilbeg and
Newtown, co Meath, 6, 1758 ; d. June, 1829. He m.
12 Dec, 1805, Isabella, dau. of Richard Plunkett,
Esq. of Mount Plunkett, co. Roscommon, and Holly-
bruok Park, co. Dublm, by whom (who d. 12 May,
1832) he left, with other issue, d. unm., two sur
viving sons, both of whom assumed by royal licence,



dated 27 Jan. 1877, the preflx surname of Went-
worth.

John Gore Wentworth-Sheilds, Esq. of Fitz-
william Street, Dublin, b. 28 Jan. 1809; to. 27 Oct.
1860, Sarah Charlotte, dau. of Rev. William
Fames, Rector of Castle Pollard, co. Wcstmeath,
and has two daus., i Helen Gore, b. 13 May, 1862 ;
II. Frances Gore, b. 20 Oct. 1863.
Francis Webb Wentworth-Sheilds, Esq. of Van-
bragh Park, co. Kent, and Delahay Street, West-
minster, b. 8 Oct. 1S20; m. 24 July, 1860, Ade-
laide, dau. of John Baker, Esq. of Tinnacurra
House, Dalkey, co. Dublin, and has issue, Went-
worth Francis, b. 2 April, 1867: Francis Ernest, b.
16 Nov, 1869; Ada Margaret, 6. 13 July, 1861;
Jessie Isabel, b. 29 April, 1864 ; Mabel Adelaide, b.
29 April, 1863.
2 Clotworthy Sheilds, who assumed the surname of Wade
on succeeding to the estates of his maternal uncle, of
whom hereafter.

II. Katherine, to. 1st, Bridges Daniel, Esq. of Dublin, by
whom (whose will, dated 31 July, 1740, was proved 18 Feb.
following) and 2ndly, her cousin Thomas Shields, Esq. by
her 1st husband she had (with four daus., Mary, Dorothy,
Elizabeth, and Katherine) as many sons,

1 John Daniel, who s. to Clonebraney on the death of his
cousin, Clotworthy (Sheilds) Wade, and assumed the sur-
name of Waue, of whom hereafter.

2 William Daniel, who had four sons, i. Thomas; ii.
Richard, father of Capt. Richard, 2 1st Regt. ; iii.
William, Receiver Geneial of the Stamp Office, d. s. p. ;
IV. Michael (Rev.), Eectorof Kils Keer, co. Meath, father
of William, an officer in the 17th Dragoons.

3 Richard, d. s. p.

4 Michael, ancestor of Daniel, of New Forest.

Mrs. Daniel m. 2ndly, Thomas Sheilds, brother of Michael
Sheilds, Esq. of Wainstown.

III. Elizabeth, m. William Beckett, Esq. and had issue.

IV. Arabella, whose will, dated 22 Oct. 1750, was proved 14
Dec. 1753, d. unm.

Mr. Wade, whose will, dated 19 May, 1685, was proved 7
June, 1789, had no issue by his 2nd wile, Joane, who survived
and made her will 26 June, 1702, which was proved 17 March,
1704. He was s. by his eldest son,

John Wade, Esq. of Clonebraney, who d. s. p. He made
his will 17 Sept. 1730, which was proved 1 Nov, 1735, under
which he was s. by his nephew, who, as before mentioned,
adopted the surname of Wade,

Clotworthy Sheilds, alias Wade, Esq. of Clonebraney, in.
Dorothy Winslow, by whom he had no issue. He was killed
by a fall from his horse, 6 Jan. 1745, when the estates de-
volved on his cousin,

John Daniel, alias Wade, Esq. of Clonebraney, High
Sheriff 1748, who, as before stated, took the name of Wade, in.
1739, his cousin, Esther, dau. of Robert Sheilds, Esq, of Wains-
town, and had issue.

I. Robert, his heir, ii, Benjamin. in. Daniel.

IV, Charles,

I, Esther, to. Rev. Charles Woodward.

II, Anne, m. Elizabeth.
IV, Catherine. v, Alice.

Mr, Wade d. 1776, and was s, by his eldest son,

Robert Wade, Esq, of Clonebraney, High Sheriff 1772, m.
1774, Frances, dau. of William Leigh, Esq. of Drogheda, and
had issue,

I, William Blaney, his heir.

II. Edward (Rev,) in. Miss Fox, and d. 1868, leaving issue.

III, Ch,arles,

IV. Thomas, C.B,, Col, in the army. Deputy Adj.-Gen, in
Ireland, m. Anne, dau, of William Smythe, Esq. of Borba-
villa, CO, Westmeath, and d. 1816, having had issue,

1 Thomas Francis (Sir), G.C.M.G,, K,C.B„ Envoy Extra-
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in China from 1?71
to 1883, b. 1818, m. 28 Jidy, 1868, Amelia, dau, of Sir
John Frederick William Herschel, Istbart, of Collingwood
House, and has issue,

Thomas Stewart Herschel, Lieut. Lane, Fus., b. 22 May

1869,
Alexander Price Conolly Herschel, Lieut. E. Yorks

Regt,, i, 6 Aug. 1S70.
Edward Bruce Herschel, 6. 1872.
Harry Amyas Leigh Herschel, Lieut. R.A.,5. 12 Nov. 1873.

2 Richard Blayney, to. Adelaide, dau, of Sir Launcelot
Shadwell, Vice-Chancellor, of England, and had issue.

1 Frances, m. 1858, Robert Craven Wade, Esq, of Clone-
braney,

2 Anne, in. Lieut.-Col. Richard Price Blackwood, E.A.
The eldest son,

William Blaney Wade, Esq. of Clonebraney, J.P. and
D.L., in. Frances, dau. of Sir John Craven Garden, 1st bart.
of Ttmplemore, and rf. 1849, leaving issue,



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licBERT Cbaven, late of C'onc'hrancy.

John, 7ii. Dtbonili, diai. of Willi:iin Haiton, Ksq , D.I>. of
The Grove, co. Tipperary, ami hns issue,

1 William Barton, Army I'ay Dcpt., b. 11 July, 1840, >,i. anj
has issue.

2 John.

1 Caihoiine Villiers. m. 1S74, Sir Willinni ritziiiauricc
Josiah llorrun, 4th 15art. of Castle Strannc

2 Grace Kloanor, m. IhH, Lieut. .Col. Xornian Mac-
lionaUl, ;ith Kes't.

I'ranccs Eliz.abeth, m. 30 March, lS"."i. .'^ir John l'<nv.-r, 2iui
hart, of Killane, who d. S Aui^. Ib73, leaving issue (set
Bckke's I'eeratii and Baromtayt).
The eUiestson,

KoBERT Craven Wade, Esq. of Cloncbraney, co. Mealli,
J.r. and D.L., High Sheiilf co. Meath 1840, and co. Wieklow
1S47, b. IbOD; m. 1st, 1S40, Frances, dau. and co-heiress of
Krancis Hoey, Esq. of Dunganstown, co. Wieklow, hy Anne
his wife, dau. of Matthias Koide, Esq. of Seaforde, co. Down,
and l.y her (who d. lb5G) had issue,

I. William George Clayton, b. 1S42, m. 12 Jan. ItuO, Olivi.i
F.lanelie, dau. of An'hony O'lU'illy, E.sq. of liaUrusna, co.
Jleacli, and d. US2, leaving throe dans.

1 l!)live Trances. 2 Mabel Alice.

3 Nora Etliih Annie.

II. Francis Iloey, Lieut. 55th Regt., 6. 184.3, d. 1872.

III. Ckaven HiiNUY Clotwortut, of Uocklield, Wieklow.

IV. Henry Meredvth, Licut.-Col. late 8th Eegt. 6. 6 Aug. 1S50.

V. Edward John Power, b. 1S4B.

VI. Thoinas lliehard, 6. 1853, d. 1876.

I. Anne Frances.

II. Kathleen Elizabeth, m. 187G, Capt. Henry John Eeekwith,
53rd Kegt.

lit. liyibel.a Henrietta Charity, h. 1br>i, d. IS-t".

-■^Ir. WadejJt. 2ndly, 1S58, Frances, dau. of Col. Thomas Wade,
CI) , and by her had further issue,

VII. Eobert P.Iayney, A. 1 CO. IV. Frances Annie.

^v.ij— Koekfiekl, co. Wieklow.



WAGSTAFF OF HAISTOE, PAKIi.

"\Vag.';taff, Jaues Poole, Esq., F.K.Cl.S., of
3]anor Park, Potton, co. Pedford, J. P. atid JJ.L.,
irisli Shenff 1887, b. 5 Feb. 1812.

Lineag'e. — JamicsWagstaff, Esq. of Potton, co. Bedford,
and of Highbury, co. Middlesex, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Itiehard
Hazard, Esq., J. P., and d. 1874, leaving an only son,

James Poole, now of Potton Manor.

Seat — Manor Park, Potton, Sandy, Eedfordshire.

T'nci Kesidi'ia\:— Ciransden Lodge, Highbury Crescent, N.

Clubs — St. George's and Iteform.



V/AITHIilAN OF MOYIIE.
"Waithjian, Kobeut William, Esq. of Moyne
Park, CO. Gahvay, and of iloyvannoii Castle, co.
l^oscoinmon, J. P. for cos. Gal way, Eoscommon,
the "West I-fiding of co. York, and co. Lancaster,
and D.L. for the West Hiding of co. York, Higli
Sheriff co. Eoseoniuion 1S70, of tlie town of Gal-
way 18'52, and of co. Galwtiy 1885, b. 1828; m. 1st,
1851, Melicent, 3rd dau. of William Sliarp, Esq.,
J. P. of Linden Hall, co. Lar.casicr, and by her
(who d. ]Ss7) has issue,

I. William Sharp (see next Mcmoli-).

I. Eleanor Jane Sharp.

II. Beatrice Augusta Melieent Sharp, m. 1 June, 187G,
Albert H. Beneke, Esq. M.A. Oxon, Barrisler-at-Law, of
ISentham House, West Derby, only son of J. A. Lencke,
Esq.. of Oliva, West Derby, cO. Lancaster, Knight of the
Order of Frederick.

^Fr. Waithnian m. 2iidly, 1S9I, Arabella, dan. of
the late Dudley Persse, Esq., D.L., of Koxboro, co.
Gal way.

Lineage, — As appears by records and by lands bearing
their name, this family have been very anciently settled in
the parish of Wartun, co. Lancaster.

WiLL'AM Waituman, Esq. of Lindeth, co. Lancaster, 6.
1G25 ; d. 20 April, 1694, and was s. by his heir,

KoBERT Waituman, Esq. of Lindclli, 6. 14 Dec. ICGS; d.
13 S.ept. 17211, and was a. by his heir,

William V>aithman, Esq. of lindeth, b. 9 Dec. 1711; m.
10 leb. 1739, Dojothy, aau. of Anthony Wilson, Esq. of



High Wiay, eo. Lancaster; d. 12 Aug. 1772, and was s. by
his son,

Joseph Waitiimax, Esq. of Yealand Conyers, 6. 3 Aug.
175!}; in. 11 July, 1797, Grace, dau. of John Spence, Esq. o»
Birstwith, co. York, and aunt of Grace, wife of Sir A. T. C.
Campbell, Bart., and had issue,

William, his heir.

John, of Yealand Conyers, b. 19 Nov. 1809 : ?u. 8 Feb. 1S14,
Hannah, dau. of W. Wilson, Esq. of Kendal.

Marianne. Sarah. liachel, d. unm. 1836.

ll.-ninah, m. 31 Jan. 1843, Dauiel Klieison, Esq. of Parros
Hall, C



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