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O. Lancaster, J. P. for that shire.
Mr. Waithman d. 6 Sept. 1836, and was s. by his son,

William Waituman, Esq. of Wcstville, co. Lancaster, 6.
4 June, 1799, lu. 18 Aug. 1825; Eleanor, only dau. of John
Armislead, Esq. of Leeds, and d. 4 Sept. 1869, leaving
issue,

lloBERT William, now of Moyne Park.

Joseph, J. P. cos. Lancaster and York, 6. 7 Jan. 1831: m

18.i4, Elizabeth, dau. of William Sharp, Esq. J. P. of Lia

den Hall, co. Lancaster, and has issue.
Arthur, of Manchester, J. P., b. 27 May, 1846; m. 23 April

1872, Louisa M., dau. of S. A. Hanson, Esq., of Northwood,

CO. Lancaster.
Sarah Grace, m. 18 May, 1852, John Thomas Rice, Esq..

J. P. of Grove Hill, Bentham. co. York.
Dorothea Annie, m. Walter Caddell, Esq. of Neeriwooil,

Torquay, and had issue, Walter Waithman de Viponi ;

Eleanor; Marion.
Catherine.

Seats — Moyne Park, Ballyglunin ; Moyvannon Castle, Ath-
loiie.



WAITHMAN OF MERIilN PARK.

W^AiTHMAN, William Sharp, Esq. of Merlin
Park, CO. Gaiway, and of Gawsworth Old Hall,
Cheshire, only son of Robert William Waithman,
Ji]sq. of Moyne Park {-tee that family) by Melieent
his wife, or I dau. of William Sharj), Esq., J. P., of
Linden Hall, co. Lancaster, h. 1853 ; m. 1883, Lady
Leicester Philippa Stanhope, of Gawsworth Old
Hall, 2nd dau. of Charles Wyndham, 7tli Earl of
Harrington, and has issue,

I. Henry AVilliam Wvndham ARTiinn Stanhope Sharp, 6.

15 .lune, 1887.
I. Eva Pansy Melieent Philippa Stanhope, b. 1886.

Mr. W'aithman is a J. P. for tlie co. of Gaiway^
High Sheriff of the co. of the town of Gaiway
1883, formerly a Capt. 1st West York llifle Militia
and the Gaiway Artillery Militia.

S(rt/.<— Merlin Park, Gaiway; Gawsworth Old Hall,
Cheshire.



WAKEFIELD OF SEDGWICK.

Wakefield, Jacob, Esq. of Sedgwick, co. West-
tnorland, b. 1860; s. his fatlier 1889.

Lineag'e. — John Wakefield, Esq., J. P. of Sedgwick,
High Sheriff of Westmorland 1853, m. Fanny, dau. of Dr.
MacArthur, of Glasgow, and had an only son,

William Henry Wakefield, Esq. of Sedgwick, Westmorland,
and of Eggerslack Grange, co. Lancaster, J. P. and D.L. for
Westmoiiand, High Sheriff 1871, b 1828, «. 18U6 ; m. 1851,
Augusta, dau. of John Haggarty, Esq., late United States
Consul at Liverpool, and d. 1889, leaving, with other issue,

Jacob, now of Sedgwick.

/Sfa(— Sedgwick House, Kendal.

Club — J unior Carlton.



WAKELY OF BALLYBUBLY.

Waki:ly, Jonx, Esq., JI.A., of Ballyburly,
King's Co., J.P. and U.L., High Sheriff l«o3, b.
8 Sept. 1820; *. his cousin 1847; m. Aug. 1855,
Jlary Catherine, dau. of Kev. Kichard George,
Rector of Kentstown, co. Meath, and has issue,

I. John, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, Barrister-at-I.aw, 6. 2&
Sept. 1801 ; ??i. 31 July, 1888, Rebecca, dau. of Kev. Mor-
gan Jellett, LL.D., Itector nf .'^t. Peter's, and Canon oJ
Christ Church, Dublin, and has issue.

II. James, b. 18 Nov. Isii2.

III. Wilhaiu George, 6.20 June, 1805.



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xv. Henry HapsburR, 6. 4 April, 1S70, d. April, 1S90.
V. Gustavus, b. 19 Jan. 1873.

I. Frances Elizabeth. ii. Mary Catherine.

in. Emma Frances. iv. Helen Maude.

V. Elizabeth. vi. Henrietta.

VII. Harriett. viii. Grace Edith.

liineagre. — This family is stated (in an old pedigree by
Charles Lynegur) to be descended from Thomas, Lord Wakely,
of Wakely Hall, Devon.

John Wakely, of Navan, and Oliver Nugent, had a patent of
lands in Meath dated 20 June, 1547 ; ditto in Louth and Meath,
fiant for lease 19 Sept. 1550 ; ditto lands in King's Co., including
Ballyburly, fiant 15 Feb. 1550. John Wakely m. Ann, 2nd
dau. of Sir Oliver Plunkett, Knt. (created Baron Louth 1541),
by his wife Catherine, dau. and heir of John Kochfort, of Car-
rick, CO. Kildare, and had issue, George, eldest pon and heir,
wardship granted to Hercules Eainsford in 1570, d. s. p. ;
and

Thouas Wakelt, M.P. for Navan, 1585. He had licence to
alien and grant Ballyburly to the use of his son John's wife,
Mary Luttrell, for jointure, 21 May, 1597. Sir James (Earl of
Eoscommon) of M "yniet, 10 Dec. 1605 conveyed 120 acres in
Ladi rath to Sir William Taaffe, who, 24 April, 1608, assigned
same to John Wakely, who "suffered a common recovery "in
1608 to Christopher Lewis. John Wakely, of Ballyburly, had
issue, by Mary Luttrell, his wife a son,

Thomas Wakely, of Ballyburly, m. 1st, Maud, sister of
Mathew Handcock, Alderman of Dublin, and by her (who d.
3 May, 1617) had issue,

I. Thomas, of Ballyburly.

II. Gerald. iii. Martin.

1. Catherine. ii. Margaret. nt. Anne.

He m. 2ndly, Grace, dau. of Richard Coleman, Eemembrancer
of the Exchequer, by whom he had,

IV. Patrick. IV. Mary.

Thomas Wakely d. 26 June, 1623, and was s. by his eldest
«on,

Thomas Wakely, of Ballyburly, who m. Thomasine, dau.
of Sir Jobn Moore, of Croghan (cousin-german to Sir Garret
Moore, ancestor of the Marquis of Drogheda), by his wife
Dorothy, dau. of Adam Loftus, Archbishop of Dublin, andd.
18 April, 1634, leaving by her (who );;. 2ndly, 1635, Anthony
Coughlan) three sons and two daus.,

I. John, his heir. ii. Thomas.

m. Dan.

I. Mary. n. Jane.

The eldest son,

John Wakelt, of Ballyburly, was granted in ward to his
Tincle, Thomas Moore (6ne £346 13s. id.), m. 1650, Cecilia,
4au. of Edward Birmingham, of Grange, by his wife Catherine,
dau. of Gerald, Earl of Kildare, and by her (will dated 1661)
had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Thomas.

I. Jane, m. Anthony, eldest son of Sir Terence O'Dempsey,
Viscount Clanmalier, and had issue.

II. Mary, to. Sir Mathew He Renzy.

III. Dorothy, vi. 1st, Hamond Le Strange, of Castle Strange,
CO. Eoscommon, and had issue ; 2ndly, Eicliard St. George,
of Athlone, and had issue.

The elder son,

John Wakelt, Esq. of Ballyburly, M.P. for Kilbeggan
1692, High Sheriff for King's Co. 1695, built Ballyburiy
Church in 1686 (his arms and those of his wife are on a slab
over the doorway); vi. Elizabeth, dau. of the Hon. Oliver
Lambert, of Painstown, brother of the Earl of Cavan, and by
her (whose will, dated 30 April, 1723, was proved 19 Jan. 1735)
Le had issue,

I. Thomas, of Ballyburly. ii. Lambart.

m. George, and iv. Francis (twins).

V. William. vi. Eobert.
vii. John. viii. James.

I. Elizabeth, m. Hugh Wilson.

II. Anne.

III. Henrietta, m. Benjamin Everard, of Dublin, and had
issue.

IV. Mary. v. Arabella.
■VI. Eose. VII. Murtha.

VIII. Catherine, m. Lewis Meares, of Meares Court.

Mr. Wakely, whose will was proved 24 Nov. 1713, was s. by his
eldest son,

Thomas Wakelt, Esq. of Ballyburly, High Sheriff King's
Co. 1726, m. Lydia, dau. of — Page, of Barberstown, co. Kil-
dare, and niece of Alderman John Page, and by her (whose
will, dated 17 Jan. 1759, was proved 29 Jan. 1762) had issue,



I. John, High Sheriff King's Co. 1763, m. Henrietta, widow
of — Gilbert, Esq., and dau. of Benjamin Everard, Esq. of
Three Castles, co. Wicklow, and by her had issue,

John, m. Mary, dau. of Francis Longworth, Esq. of

Creggan Castle, co. Westmeaih, and d. s. p.
William George (Rev.), m. Ann Plunkett, and d. s. p.

II. Feancis, of whom we treat. iii. James. i. Lydia.
Mr. Wakely d. Aug. 1751. His 2nd son,

Feancis Wakely, Esq., m. Miss Bowen, and had issue,
Henry, m. Piiscilla Widenham, of Cork, but d. s. p., and

James Wakely, Esq. of Dublin, m. Elizabeth, dau. of
George Heron, Esq. of Dublin, and d. 28 July, 1826, having
had issue,

I. John, now of Ballyburly.

u. Thomas, d. March, 1826.

I. Emma, m. W. H. Astle. Esq., M.B.

II. Elizabeth, ?«. John Lucas, Esq., and had issue.
Seat — Ballyburly, Edenderry.

C'li:b — Kildare Stieet, Dublin.



"WAKEMAN-NEWPORT OF HANLEY
COURT.

Wakeman-Newport, Henry Allan, Esq. of
Hanley Court, and Sandbourne, co. Worcester,
J. P. for cos. Salop, Stafford, and Worcester, and for
Newport, Lord of the Manor of Hanley William,
b. 11 Nov. 1841 ; assumed the name of Newport
under the will of his couisin, Kev. Henry New-
port, of Hanley William, in 1862 ; m. 1887, Louisa,
only cbild of the late John Essington Essington,
Esq., J. P., of Eibbesford, co. Worcester.

Liineage.— Sir Henby Wakeman, 1st. Bart, of Perdiawell
Hall, CO. Worcester, vi. 29 June, 1797, Sarah, only dau. of
Richard Ward OfRey, Esq. of Hinton, co. Salop, and d. 23
April, 1831, leaving by her (who d. 1S43), with other is^ue
{see Burke's Peerage and Baronetage), a younger son,

Eev. Edward Waed Wakeman, of Coton Hall, perpetu.il
curate of Claines, co. Worcester, 6. 13 May, 1801, m. 28
April, 1835, Loui-^a, younger dau. of Allan Thompson, Esq. of
Cheltenham, and by her (who d, 1881) had issue,

I. Offley Francis Drake, 6. 27 April, 1836 ; d,. unm. 20 Julr,
1865.

II. Heney Allan, now of Hanley Court.

HI. Edward Maltby,M. A. of Coton Hall, I'.ridgnorth, co. Salop,
J. P., County Councillor for Morfe Division since 18S!),
Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. 3rd Patt. King's Shropshire
Light Infantry, 6. 19 Nov. 1S46 ; in. 16 June, 1874, Edith
Mary, elder dau. of Phillips Buchanan, Esq. of Hales Hall,
Market Drayton, and has issue,
Edward Offiey, 6. 1886.
Gladys Louisa.
I. Mary Louisa, m. 12 Aug. 1869, Col. Henry Stuart Tomp-
son, of Alderminster Lodge, Bournemouth, late 51st Eegt.,
and has issue. Hew Wakeman, Lieut. 1st Hampshire Regt.,
6. 20 Oct. 1870 ; Florence Mary ; Edith Margaret.
Eev. Edward Ward Wakeman d. 8 Sept. 1855.

i£«.si(/enre.?— Hanley Court, Tenbury ; and Sandbourne, Bewd-
ley, CO. Worcester,



WALCOT OF BITTERLEY COURT.
Walcot, Eev. Johx, of Bitterley Court, Salop,
Rector and Patron of Bitterley, b. June, 1820; in.
1 Aug. 1844, Mary Sophia Bamfjlde Foster, 2nd
dau. of Sir Thomas Pnillipps, Bart., and by her
(who d. 28 Feb. 1858) had issue,

I. OwenChaeles, m. 14 Dec. 18C9, Charlotte Mary, 2nd dau.

of J. 0. Hallinell-Philliyps, Esq., F.E.S., and granddau.
of Sir Thom.is Phillipps, Bart, of Middlehill.

II. John Cotterell Pliillips, to. Katheiine, 4th dau. of J. 0.
Halliwell-Phillipps, Esq., F.R.S.

III. Frederick Humphrey Slolyneux.

I. Mary Henrietta Anne Dashwood, m. Eev. John Burton,
Rector of Dowles.

II. Elizabeth Katherine, m. 10 May, 1876, Eev. Charles
Edward Blencowe, Vicar of Marston St. Lawrence.

III. Louisa Sarah Sophia, m. 1876, Eev. Alfred James Blen-
cowe, Canon Ees. of Chester, and Rector of West Kirby,
Birkenhead.

IV. Lucy Edith Jemima Chandos, d. 4 Jan. 1872.

He m. 2Ddly, Oct. 1877, Emma Elizabeth, 3rd dau.
of Eichard Temple, Esq. of The Nash, Worcester,



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and sister of Sir Eicliard Temple, Bart. ; she d. 15
Mar eh, ISSO.

Xiineagre. — The Walcots derive tiuir descent from one
of the aiieicut septs of \V;iUs, nnd their furnanie from the
marriage of an ancestorwith theluiressof the knightly llonse
of Walcot. Tliey wore seated at Walcot, Salop, from lime im-
memorial, until the sale of that property some years since to
Lord Clive. In an old maniiseiipt which was in the possession
of the late Canon Xewling, of Lichtield, the family is said to
lie of Sason origin.

Llewellyn, Aukddochoo Ll^wdlmi iriih the Golden Chain,
Lord of Kale, in Denliighlaiul, m. Kfa, dau. of Bleddyn ap
Cynfyn, King of I'ortys, and had issno,

LLEWELLYNVycn.ix, Lord of Vale, m. Anne, dau. of Cadwgan,
son of Elystan Glodrydd, Trince of fferlys, and had, with
other issue, a son,

liEEs AP Llewellyn, who s. to a portion of his father's lands
in Yale. He i,i. Lle.-^Ki, dau. of Llewellyn ap Meilor Gryg,
Baron of Twgyuon, and their son,

KixoN AP Rees, Lord of Yale, was father, by Jane his wife,
dau. of Linion ap Sei^sylt, Lord of JMathafern, of a son,

loRWEKTU AP EiNiox, vi. Jane, dau. of David Vychan, of
Bachelldere, and was s. by his son,

Tkauairn ap loRWEKTn, 111. Dyddo, dau. of !\Ieredilh, Lord
of Cardewen; his son, Iorwkrth ap Ti:aiiaibn, Lord of Gartli-
mael, m. Jane, dau. of hir P. Corbet, Knt., and Avas father of
Kees ap Iorwerth, whose son, by Jane his wife, dau. of
Einioti Pen, was

David ap Kees ap Iorwerth ap Trahairn, Lord of Garth-
mael, m. Jane, only dau. and heir of Sir John Walcot, and
was father of

Ievan Walcot, of Walcot, so called by the desire of his
mother, the heiress of Walcot ; be m. Anne, only dau. of John
Mynd. His son,

P.OGER Walcot, Jii. Edith, dau. of SirW. Downes, Knt. His
eldest son.

Sir Philip Walcot, Knt. of Walcot,m. Julian, dau. of John
Harley, of Hereford, and was father of

John Walcot, of Walcot, living tenq''. Henet V., m. Maud,
dau. of Sir Eichard Cornewall, Baron of Burford. His
son,

LoGER Walcot, m. Margaret, dau. of David Lloyd, of
JIathavern, and left a son and heir, Edward Walcot, who
m. Alice, dau. of Sir T. English, Knt., and was father of John
Walcot, of Walcot, m. Margaret, dau. of Edmund Plowden.
His son,

John Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, m. Mary, dau. of Sir Peter
Kewton, Knt. of Highley, Salop, Chancellor to King Henry
VII., and by her (who m. 2ndly, 1582, Thomas Acton, Esq. of
Acton Scott) had issue,

IIcMPURET, his heir.

Charles, of Buiith, co. Brecon, ancestor of Walcot of

K'-i/iA-ioH.
Margarita, m. John Best, Esq. of Worcester.
Maria, r,i. Thomas Powell, Esq. of Burnell.

The eldest son,

Humphrey Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, m. 1582, Alice, dau. of
Sir Itichard Hale, Alderman, of London, and by her had issue.
He d. 23 Aug. li.ie. The eldest son,

Humphrey Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, b. 1586, Receiver of
Salop, 1625, High Sheriff 1631 ; suffered much during the
reign of Charles L, by his sacrifices in the royal cause. He
m. Anne, dau. of Thomas Docwra, Esq. of Podeiich, Herts,
and had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Thomas, of Bitterley Court, Salop, bapt. 6 Aug. 1629;
7ft. 10 Dec. 1C63, Mary, dau. of Sir Adam Lyttleton, Ban.,
and had a son,

HcMPHREY, of Eitterley Court, in. Margaret, dau. and heir
of Edmund Pearee, Esq. of Wilcot, Salop, and by her
(who d. Nov. 1715), left at his decease, 1743, with a dau.,
Anna, v. ife of Kev. John Holland, Esq., a son.

The Rev. Hc.mphiey Walcot, of Bitterley Court, who
sold Bitterley to his cousin, Charles Walcot, Esq.,
1764-5; he was bur. at Bitterley, 1 Jan. 1766, leaving
issue,

1 Humphrey, bapt. 4 >Tov. 1753; m. Sarah, only sur'
viviiig dau. of John Price, Esq. of The Ham, near
Wantage, and had issue, Hcmphret Francis, of
Wallingfnrd, eo. Berks ; Anne.

2 Charles, bapt. 23 March, 1755; m. Sarah, widow of
Major Osborne, of Turvillel, co. Bucks, and d. s. p.

3 Williairi, Major, of Kerry Park, co. Dublin, and
aiterwards of The Moor, near Ludlow, Salop: m. 16
Oct. 1738, Catherine, dau. of Charles Walcot, Esq. of

^ Walcot, and d. leaving issue,



William.

Anne, m. the Rev. Charles Walcot, of Bitterley
Court, and had issue.
Catherine, m. Robert Burton, Esq. of Longnor Hall,
Salop, aiid(i. Is31.
Sarah, m. James Eysham Graham, Esq.
4 Thomas, m. Miss Porter, and left issue.
1 Elizabeth, m. Capt. Baugh, wlio d. s. p.

HI. William, bapt. 29 June, 1633.
Mr. Walcot was bur. at Lydbury 8 June, 1651. His son,

John Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, bapt. 24 June, 1624, High
Sheriff 1661, and M.P. for Shropshire 1685 ; m. 1st, Elizabeth,
d u. of Sir Thomas Lucy, of Charlecote, co. Warwick, and by
her (who d. 1654) had a son, Humphrey, who d. an infant,
1654. He TO. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir George Clerke, of
Watford, co. Northampton, and by her (who d. 1685) had issue,
I. Charles, his heir; ii. John; in. George, a merchant in
London, Lord of the Manor of North Leach, 1694; iv. Hum-
phrey, b. 1672 ; V. Thomas, d. s. p. ; vi. Edward, d. s. p. ;
I. Anne, bapt. at Lydbury, 12 July, 1659 ; ii. Barbara, m. 1st,
William Oakeley, Esq. of Oakeley. Salop, and 2ndly, 2 Sept.
1696, Sir William Gresley, Bart, of Drakelow ; in. Sanih, ni^
.i Jan. 1701, Robert Moore, Esq. of Linley, Salop ; iv. Mary;.
V. Beatrice, m. Robert Morgan, Esq. of Sutton, co. Mont-
gomery ; VI. Alice, m. The Very Rev. Dr. Graham, Dean of
Wells. Mr. Walcot d. 1702, and was s. by his eldest son,

Ceiakles Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, 6. 1660, High Sheriff
1710. Hcjfi. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir W.adham Wyndham,
Justice of the King's Bench, and by her had issue, five daus.
who d. young or umn. He m. 2ndly, the Hon. Anne Brydges.
dau. of James, 8th Lord Ci;andos, and sister to the 1st Duke-
of Chandos, and had by her a dau. Catherine, wife of Rev,
John Levett, Rector of Blithfleld, a son, John, his heir, anrt
other issue, who d. young or unm. He m. 3rdly, Bridget;
Alorgan, widow, dau. of Andrew Hackett, Esq. of Moxhull,
CO. Warwick, and d. 17 June, 1726. His eldest son and
heir,

John Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, b. 1697, Burgess of Ludlow
1719, and M.P. for Salop 1727; m. Mary, dau. of Sir Franei&
Dashwood, Bart, of West Wycomb, and had issue, i. Charles,
his heir; and n. John, of Upper Berkeley Street, London,
<;. s. p. 1819. The eldest son,

Charles Walcot, Esq. of Walcot, b. 1738, purchased Bit-
terley Court from his cousin, the Rev. Humphrey Walcot.
He was M.P. for Weymouth 1765, and High Sheriff of
Shropshire 1782. He in. Anne, dau. of the Rev. John Levett,
Rector of Elithfield, by Catherine Walcot his wife, and ha*
issue,

I. John, his heir.

n. Charles, Rector of Pitchford, Salop, 1771, to. 1800, Anne,
only dau. of the Rev. Richard Tomkyns, of Henwick
House, CO. Worcester, by Anne his wife, eldest dau. of
Rowland Berkeley, Esq. of Cotheridge, andiZ. 1810, leaving
issue,
1 John, 6. 1805; to. Anne, dau. of Rev. Richard Rouse'
Bloxham, D.D., Rector of Brinklow, and Vicar of
Bulkington, co. Warwick, and by her (who d. 1885) had
issue, John Charles, b. 16 Aug. 1842 ; Anne Isabel.
1 Caroline. 2 Emma Lucy.

I. Catherine, m. 1783, William Walcot, Esq. of Ferry Park,
near Dublin.
The eldest son,

The Rev. John Walcot, of Bitterley Court, Rector and
Patron <»f Bitterley, 1760, 77i. 2 Dec. 1788, his cousin, Sarah„
eldest dau. of Sir John Dashwood King, Bart, of West Wy-
combe, and by her (who d. 22 March, 1834) had issue,
Charles (Rev.) late of Bitterley Court.

Sarah, m. 19 April, 1830, Robert Bell Price, Esq. of Knighton,,
CO. Radnor.

Mary, d. unm. Jan. 1864.
Catherine, d. unm. 1828, aged 28.
He d. 23 Nov. 1834, and was s. by his eldest son.

Rev. Charles Walcot, J. P., Rector and Patron of Bitterley^
(;.23 Jan. 1794; to. 1st, 23 Feb. 1818, Anne, eldest dau. of
Major William Walcot, of Ferry Park, near Dublin, and.
afterwards of The Moor, near Ludlow, and by her lual
i.^sue,

I. John (Rev.), now of Eitterley Court.

II. Charles Thomas, Comniissariat Staff, 6. Nov. 1821 ; m.
15 Dec. 1847, Fanny, eldest dau. of the Rev. Agar Adamson,
A.l)., Chaplain of the Hon. the Legislative Council of
Canada, and has issue, 1 Henry Talbot, b. 28 Oct. 1848, m.
10 Dec. 1877, Florence Margaret, 6th dau. of James Foster
Bradshaw, Esq. of Quebec, Canada, and has issue, Basil, b.
3 Dec. 1880; 2 Charles William Agar; 1 Constance Isabel'
Anne ; 2 Edith Maud Mary ; and i Sarah.

III. William Henry, Capt. 47th Bengal Native Infantry, h,
Apiil, 1823; m. July, 1861, Jemima Anne, eldest dau. of



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Robert Burton, Esq. of Longner Hall, near Shrewsbury,
and by her (who rf. 21 Dec. 1863) had issue, Kdgar Acklam
Henry. Cajit. Walcot d. at Canton, 19 Sept. 1859.
He TO. 2ndly, July, 1827, Charlotte, eldest dau. of John
Molyneux, Esq. of Ludlow, 3rd son of the Eight Hon. Sir
Capel Molyneux, Bart., by whom he had no issue; and
3rdly, 29 April, IS."^!, Mary Anne, dau. of Eev. John Eocke,
of Clungunford House, Salop, by whom (who d. 5 Feb. 1878)
he had a son,

I. Eeginald Herbert, b. 8 July, 1855.
Eev. Charles Walcot d. 1875.

ylrms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, arg., a chevron between three
chess rooks sa. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., on a cross flory RU.. five
fleurs-de-lis or. Crtut — Out of a ducal coronet or, a buffalo's
head erased arg. ducally gorged gold. 3IoClo — Xullius in
verba niagistri.

Seat — Bitterley Court, near Ludlow, Salop.



IIEADE-WALDO OF STONE WALL
PARK AND SEVER CASTLE.

Meade-Waldo, Edmund Waldo, Esq. of Stone
Wall Park and Hever Castle, Kent, J. P., late 1st
Life Guards, b. 13 May, 1829, m. 1st, 10 Jan. 1854,
Harriette Ellen, dan. of Henry Owen Beclier, Esq.
of Aughadown, co. Cork, by Ellen Jervois liis wife,
and has issue,

I. Edmund Gdstavos Eloomfield, 6. 8 Feb. 1855, m. 2
March, 1880, Ada Coralie, dau. of the Eight Hon. Sir
Richard Baggallay, Lord Justice of Appeal, and lias
issue,

1 Edmund Richard, 6. 17 Feb. 1881.

2 Geoffrey, b. 6 Jan. 1834.

1 Florence Coralie, b. 15 July, 1882.

2 Harriet Dorothy, b. 8 March, 1885.

I. Ellen Harriette Augusta, t. 4Nov. 1856, m. 5 April, 1877,
Lieut.-Col. Charles Morant Churchill {^ee Choecuill of
Alderholt Park.)

He m. 2ndly, 1879, Cicely Eleanor, eldest dau. of
Henry Chandos-Pole-Gell, Esq. of Hopton Hall,
CO. Derby (see that family) and has further issue,

II. Margaret Alice, b. 5 April, 1882.

III. Katherine Auriol, b. 16 Dec. 1883.

Lineage.— Charles Meade, Esq. of Grays Inn, London,
and Sawbridgeworth, Herts, m. 24 April, 1757, Martha, dau.
of Col. Charles Waketield, of St. James, Westminster, and had
issue,

Chakles Francis Bedwell Meade, Esq. of the Exchequer
Office, b. 1758, m. 22 June. 1786, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Bed-
well, Esq. of Furze Hall, and d. 22 June, 1797, leaving issue,

I. Edmund Wakefield, of whom presently.

II. Robert, 6. 1790, m. 1827, Penelope, 3rd dau. of Eev.
Joseph Lambert, of Gilmonby Hall, co. York, and d. 1849,
having by her (whod. 1881) had issue,

Wakefield Suft Meade (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Loddington,
Northampt^'rishire, 6. 7 May, 1829 ; ra. 1st, 1853, Caroline,
4th dau. of Michael Eaton, Esq. of Sittingbourne, Kent ;
she d. s. p. 1881, and he m. 2ndly, Hannah, 4th dau. of
Thomas Jones, Esq. of Bangor, N. Wales, and has issue,
1 Wakefield, b. 16 Aug. 1885 ; d. 5 March, 1889.

1 Mav, b. 24 May, lSb3.

2 Mildred, b. 11 Feb. 1890.

The elder son,

Edmund Wakefield Meade, Esq. of Stone "Wall Park, and
Hever Castle, Kent, and formerly of Newbridge House,
Dawlish, Devon, sometime Provincial Judge of the Province
of Matura, Ceylon, J. P. and D.L. co. Kent, 6. 24 Aug. 1792,
m. 25 Sept. 1826, Harriette Bloomfield, 2nd dau. of Col.
Gustavus Eochfort, of Eochfort Bridge, M.P. for co. West-
meath, and had by her (who rf. 28 Sept. 1838) issue,

I. Edmund Waldo, now of Stone Wall Park, and Hever Castle.

II. Gustavus E'chtort, 6. 23 March, 1831 ; d. 11 Nov. 18u3.

I. Harriet Dorothea, b. 4 Oct. 1827 ; m. 5 Oct. 1850, Eev.

William Wilberforce Battye, of Tingrith Manor, Beds.,

Eector of Hever, Kent, and has issue (see Baxtte).

Mr. E. W. Meade, Esq., assumed by Eoyal Licence 1 June,

1830, the additional surname of W^aldo. He s. to the Waldo

estates 1842, and d. 10 Jan. 1858.

.,4 rjns— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a bend az., between three
leopards' faces gu., for Waldo; 2nd and 3rd, per pale sa. and
erm. a chevron letween three trefoils slipped, an eagle's head
erased in the chief point all counlerchanged for Meade. Crests —
1st, a griffin's head sa. erased erm., gorged with an eastern
crown arg., holding in its.beak. two trefoils slipped of the last.



for Waldo ; 2nd, A double-headed Mgle displayed or, charged
on the breast with a quartcrfoil sa., resting its claws on two
shields of the second, each charged with a trefoil slipped arg.
for Meade.

6'cti(s— Stone Wall Park, and Hever Castle, Kent.

Jiesidciu-e—BarmooT Castle, Beal, E.S.O.

Club — Junior Carlton.



WALDY OF YARM-ON-TEES AND
HAUGHTON LE SKERNE.

Waldy, Rev. John Edward, B.A., Univ. Coll.,
Oxon, of Yarm-on-Tees and Haughton-le-Skerne,
CO. Durham, Patron and Rector of Claverton, Som-
erset, b. 15 I\IaT, 1824; m. 1862, Sarah Ann, young-
est dau. of William Bradshaw, Esq. of Homerton,
Middlesex, Barrister-at-la\v, and has, -with other
issue,

George Alfred de Gaumonswat, 6. 20. Feb. 1863 ; m. 1888,
Mary Margaret, only dau. of Eev. J. C. Jackson, of St.
John's Coll. Oxon, and has issue,
George Wilfrid, b. 1889.

Lineage. — John Waldie, of Kclso, co. Roxburgh (son
of John Waldie, b. 18 May, 1624, and Margaret Hardie his
wife, grandson of John Waldie, and Janet Thompson, his
wife, and great-grandson of John Waldoe, or Waldie, Esq.,
living at Kelso 1579, and Bessie Learmouth his wife) )>!. 1699,
Anne, youngest dau. of the Eev. Edward W'alters, M.A.,
Incumbent of Yarm, co. York, by Margaret his wife, dau. of
John Thorpe, Esq., and had issue two sons and one dau-
The elder son,

Edward Waldt, of Yarm and Inglcby Barwick, co. York.
b. 1715; TO. Dorothy Proctor, and had issue, two sons and
three daus. The elder son,

John Waldt, Esq. of Yarm, 6. 11 April, 1752; m. March.
1790, Margaret, only child of Richard Garmonsway, Esq. oii
Haughton-le-Skerne, and Great Burdon, co. Durham, a



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