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f Chancery in Ireland,
m. Maria, dau. of William Acton, Esq. of West Aston, liy Jane
Parsons his wife, grand-dan. of Sir William Parsons, 'Jnd bart.
of Birr Castle, and had issue,

Charles ARXiirR, late of Tykillon.
Thomas, a Major in the army, deceased.
Caroline, >«. 1^17, Col. William Acton, of West Aston, co.
Wicklow, M.P. for that co.

Mr. Walker <f. 'JS Eeb. lSo7, and was s. by his eldest son,

Charuis Artuir Walker, Esq. of Tykillen, J. P. and Yicc-
I.ieut. of CO. Wexford, M.P. for co. Wexford from 1830 to
1S43; m. 10 Feb. lSo6, Eleanor, eldest dau. of Joseph Leigh,
Esq. of Tinnekelly House, co. Wicklow (brother of Francis
Leigh, Esq. of Posegarland), and d. 1873, leaving issue,

I. Thomas Joseph, now of Tykillen.

II. Charles Stephen, Lieut. -Col. ord Hussars, b. 1843.

I. Mary Jane.

II. Eleanor Arabella Caroline, m. 29 April, 1SC8, William
Alex. Dohie, late Capt. 12th Lancers.

III. Elizabeth Mary Anne, m. 9 Feb. 1870, CrosbieW. Harvey,
Esq. of Bromley, co. Wexford.

."^t-af— Tykillen House, Wexford.

C/k'.s— Army and ><"avy, London; and Kildare Street,


■Wallace, "William Nevin, Esq. of Downpatrick
and Waterfoot House, co. Down, J. P. and D.L., for
that county, and (High Sheriff 1891) J.P. co.
Antrim, ni. 1856, Catlierine -Mary, dau. of Francis
Charles, fourth son of Richard, second Lord Annes-
ley {see Eueke's Peerage), and by lier (who d. 30,
Dec. 1877) had issue,

I. William Francis Annesley, Capt. 53rd Shropshire Eegt.,
and Adjt. 2nd Vol. Batt. Shropshire Light InfantiyChas
Egyptian Medal and Khedive Star), educated at Harrow
and Trinity Hall Cambridge, 6. 18 July, 1858. (Clubs—
Xaval and Military, Boodles and Raleigh.)

II. Eobert Hugh, educated at Harrow and Brasenose, Oxon,
JI.A. Major 5th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, b. 14 Dec. 1860 ;
(Clubs— Oxiori and Cambrid4e and Raleigh, S.W. ;
Union, Belfast; and Hibernian United Service, Dublin).

Mr. Wallace is the son of the late Hugh Wallace,
Esq., by Eliza Anne Xevin his wife (who d. 1830).

Stf!(s— Downijatrick, and Waterfoot House, Newcastle, co.

«u6s— Reform, S.W. ; Hibernian United Service, Dublin.


Walleh, Edmcxd, Esq. J.P. of Farniiiigton, co.
Gloucester, J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff co. tilouccs-
ter 1876, b. 29 Jan. 1828; jm. 1st, 7 July, 1859, Lucy
Georgiana, youngest dau. of Henry Elwes, Esq. of
Colesbourne Purk, co. Gloucester, and by her (who
d. 30 Aug. 1878) has had issue,

Edmund, h. and d. 3 April, 1800.
Caroline Lucy, d. an infant, 3 Jan. 1862.
Rachel Elizabeth Frances.

He m. 2ndly, Aug. 1880, Emily Mary, dau. of George
A. Young, Esq. late of Westbcre, Canterbury.

Lineagre.— The family of Waller derives from Aldred
de Waller, of Newark, co. Nottingham, who d. 1183, and
from whom lineally descended,

David de Waller, for thirty years Master of the Rolls to
King Edward 111. This David (/. «. p. His only brother,

Henry Waller, of llockerton, m. Alicia de Mortimer, and
was father of

Thomas Waller, who purchased Groombridge, in Kent,
from Lord Clinton, 1360. He m. Christina Chassunt, and d.
1371, leaving a son,

John Waller, Esq. of Groombridge, m. Margaret, dau.
and heiress of — Laudsdale, of Laudsdale, in Sussex, and had

Sir Richard Waller, of Speldhurst, Kent, Sheriff of that
CO. 10 Henry VL, of whom we read this remarkable account
in the VUlarc Cantium: — "He served in the wars of France
under Henry V., and signalised himself so far that he took
Charles, Duke of Orleans, General of the French Army, prisoner

at the battle of Agincourt. Ho brought him to England, and
as appears from a MS. at the Heralds' Office, kept him prisoner
for 24 years at his seat, Groombridge, near Speldhurst, Kent.
He was a great benefactoi- to the church at Speldhurst, where
his arms still remain in stonework over the porch. In them
we find an addition to the former beaiing of the family, as-
tigned by King Henry to him and his descendants, viz., a crest
with the arms of France, differenced by a Libel hanging on au
oak, with this motto, ' Hm/ructus viytatis.' " Sir Richard in.
Silvia Gulby, and had, Richard, -,/i. the dau. aud heiress oi
lidmund Hrudenell, Esq. of Bunar, Bucks; and

John Waller, m. Joan, dau. of William Whetenhall, o?
Ileckhurst; and dying 1501, left a son,

William Waller, of Groombridge, High Sheriff of Kent
1537, 111. Anne, dau. of William Fallemar, Esq. of Esteuey,
Hants ; and dying 1555, left two sons, i. William, ancestor of
Waller of Casllt>tov;n (see next Mciuoir); and ii. John, whose
great-great-grandson {sec Waller of AUensloicn).

Robert Waller, m. Anna, dau. of Giiffin Hampden, Esq.
of Hampden, Bucks, and sister of the famous Republican, John
Hampden, and had, with younger sons (.see Walter of AUcns-
tnwn). Edmund, the celebrated poet, and three daus., one di.
Mr. Tomkins, Clerk of the Council: one Mr. Price; and
another Col. Scroop. The son and heir,

Edmdnd Waller, of Hall Barn, Beaconsficld, Bucks (the
celebrated poet), b. at Coleshill, 3 March, 1005; he was edu-
cated at Eton j.nd King's Coll. Cauibiidge; he was an M.P. at
seventeen years of age, and took a considerable share during-
his long career in the politics of his time. His lasting fame-
was, however, achieved by his exquisite poetry. Waller lived
latterly in retirement at his splendid seat. Hall Barn, Beacons-
tield, Bucks. He li. 21 Oct. 1687, andlies interred in the church-
yard of Beaconsficld, where the fine monument to his memory
which was not long since (tan]), the Kev. John Gould, B.D.,
Rector of Beaconsfield) restored by the late Mr. Waller, of
Farmington, coutams a remarkably beautiful Latin inscrip-
tion by Rymer. Edmund Waller, m. 1st, Ann, dau. and
heiress of Edmund Banks, Esq. by whom he had a son, who d.
in infancy, and a dau., m. Mr. Dormer, of co. Oxford. Mr.
Waller iii. 2ndly, Mary, of the family of the Bresse or Breaux,
by whom, as appears from the inscription on his tomb, he
had five sons and eight daus. Mr. Waller was s. by his 2nd

Edmund Waller, who d. s. p. at Bristol 1699, and wa.s
buried there. This gentleman, in the latter part of his life,
embraced the sect of the Quakers. He left the estate to hi*
nephew, Edmund, son of Dr. Stephen Waller. This

Edmund Waller, Esq. ))t. Jane, dau. of John Aislabie, Ev'i.
of Studley, by whom he had issue four song, i. John ; ii.
Edmund, hi. Henry; iv. Robert; and two daus., one m.
Sir Miles Stapylton, and d. Nov. 1791 ; and one m. Thomas
Loekwood, Esq., and d. 1781. Mr. Waller was a. by his 2nd

Edmdnd Waller, Esq., who d. 8 Aug. 1788. He m. Martha,
dau. of Rowland Fhilipps, Esq., by whom he had two son<,
Edmund, his heir, who s. him, b. 1757, d. 9 June, 1810 ;

Kev. Henry Waller, who s. his brother 1810. He m. l.O
May, 1797, Maria, dau. of Thomas Dolphin, Esq. of Eyford,
CO. Gloucester; and dying 9 May, 1824, left by her, who ('.
Feb. 1838 (with two daus., Eliza and Maria), three sons,
I. Harry Edmund, of Farmington; ii. Robert, b. 16 March,
1810; m. 1837, Louisa, dau. of the Rev. G. Dupuis, and has.
issue; iii. Stephen, 6. 15 June, 1813; m. 1st, Lucy, dau. of
Rev. Mr. Cameron, and 2ndly, Harriet, dau. of S. Lea, Esq.
The eldest son,

Harry Edmund Waller, Esq. of Farmington, co. Glouces-
ter, 6. 18 April, 1804; m. 15 June, 1820, Caroline Elizabeth,
5th dau. of John Larking, Esq. of Clare House, Kent, by whom
(who d. 1 Dec. 1S40) he had issue,

I. Edmund, no'v of Farmington.

II. William Noel, Capt. R.A., b. 25 Dec. 1831 ; m. 1st, 1858,
at Benares, East Indies, Charlotte Leicester, youngest dau.
of John W illiain Templer, Esq., and by her (whoii. 16 Nov.
18en, had issue, Harry Noel, 6. 19 Aug. 1859; and Maud
Charlotte Noel. He ?)i. 2nd ly, Aug. 1&70, Mary, dau. of
Rev. W. Heygate, and has further issue, Richard KcginaUl,
Mary, Frances, and Elizabeth.

III. Harry, d. 1857.

I. -Vdela Dorothea.

II. Georgina Mary, »it. 1855, Capt. Edward John Beckett

III. Emily Maria, m. 15 May, 1862, Col. Edward Willi iii»
Bouaier, Alailras army.

iv. Caroline Matilda, d. 1871.

V. Elizabeth, ni. 2 Aug. 1870, Capt. Robert Drysdale, R..i..
He (^ 17 March, 1809.





Arms — Sa., three walnut leaves or, between two bendlets
nrg. Crest — On a mount vert, a walnut tree ppr. on the
sinister side an eseutcheon pendant, charged with the arms of
France, with a label of three points arg. ; motto over: Hffic
fructus virtutis. Motto— Azincourt.

i<fat — FariiiinRton, Knrfhloach, co. Gloucester.

Ciwis— Cailton and AVhite's.

Waller, Eev. Johx Thomas, of Castletown,
CO. Limerick, Kector of Kilcornan, m. Aug. 185."),
Frances, dan. of John Lavallin Puxley, Esq. of
Dunboy Castle, co. Cork, and has issue,

I. William, of Castle Grey, co. Limerick, J. P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1884, 6. 1857; m. 1886, Louisa Mary, 2nd
dau. of the late .Samuel Hanna, Esq.

II. Edward Hardress. iii. Bolton.

IV. John Tliomas. v. Henry.

I. Eosa Maria. n. Elizabeth.

III. Katherino. IV. Mary Isabella.

V. Frances Winifred. vi. Grace.

Lineage. — William Waller, Esq. of Groombridge, High
Sheriff of Kent, son of John Waller, Esq. of Groombridge,
and grandson of Sir Richard Waller, Knt. of Groombridge,
(see Waller of Fannington), m. 1537, Anne Fallemar, of East-
Dey, CO. Southampton, and left two sons, i. William (Sir),
his successor; and ii. John, ancestor of Waller of Allas-
icicn {see ntxt Memoir). He d. 1556, and was s. by his eldest

SiB William Waller, Knt. of Groombridge, m. Alice, dau.
and co-heir of Walter Hendley, and was father of

Sir Walter Waller, Knt. of Groombridge, who m. Mary,
dau. of Kichard Hardress, Esq., and had two sons, i. George,
his successor; ii. Thomas (Sir), ancestor of Waller, Bart, of
Braywick (see Bckee's Peerage and Baronetage). The eldest
Sir George Waller, Knt. of Groombridge, had a son.
Sir Hardress Waller (one of the Judges who sat at the
trial of King Charles L, for which he was afterwards tried
and banished), was son of George Waller, Knt. of Groom-
bridge, by Mary his wife, dau. of Richard PLirdress, Esq., and
great-grandson (by Alice his wife, dau. ond co-heir of Sir
Walter Hendley), of Sir William Waller, Knt. of Groombridge,
■whose great-grandfather. Sir Richard Waller, one of the
heroes of Azincourt, captured the Duke of Orleans on that
memorable field. Sir Hardress retired to Ireland, settled at
Castletown, co. Limerick, and became a member of the
Irish Parliament. He m. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Sir
John Dowdall, Knt. of Kilfinny, co. Limerick, and by her
(with wh m he acquired the manor of Castletown) he had
issue, I. John, Governor of Fort Limerick ; ii. James, of
whom hereafter; i. Elizabeth, m. 1st, Sir Maurice P'enton,
Bart., and 2ndly, Sir William Petty ; she wascreated Baroness
Shelburne, and was mother of Henry, 1st Earl of Shelburne ;
II. Bridget, ra. Henry Cadogan, Esq. of Lismullen, and
had a son, William, 1st Earl of Cadogan. Sir Uardress's 2nd

James Waller, Esq. of Castletown, Lieut.-Governor of
Kinsale, and M.P. for that borough, ra. Dorothy, dau. of Col.
Rondall Clayton, of Moyaloe, co. Cork, and had with four
daus., Elizabeth, m. Maurice Keaiinge, Esq. of Xarraghmore,
CO. Kildare ; Dorothy, ra. Robert Gookin, Esq. of Couit-
mashen, co. Cork; Mary, -la. Col. Thomas Evans, of Miltown,
CO. Cork, brother of George, 1st Lord Carbery ; and Henrietta,
■,a. Trevor Lloyd, Esq. of Gloucester, King's Co.), a son and

John Waller, Esq. of Castletown, M.P. for Doneraile,
Lieut.-Col. in the army, described by Swift as " Jack, the
grandson of Sir Hardress." He ra. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Dickson, Esq. of Ballybraeken, co. Cork, by Elizabeth his
•wife, heiress of Edward Bolton, Esq. of Clonrusk, Queen's Co.,
grandson of Chief Baron Bolton, and had with other issue, a
son and successor,

John Thomas Waller, Esq. of Castletown, High Sheriff co.
Limerick 1762, m. 1762, Elizabeth, dau. of Kev. Richard
Maunsell, Rector of Eathkeale, and had iasue,

John, his heir.

Bolton, succepsor to his brother.

Elizabeth, m. De Courcy, The O'Grady, of Kilballyowen, co.

Katherine, m. Standish O'Grady, Lord Chief Baron of the
Court oi Exchequer in Ireland, 1st Viscount of Guilla-

Dorothea, m. Eev. Josiah Crampton, Rector of Castle

Connell, co. Limerick, brother of Sir Philip Crampton, Bart.

The elder son and heir,

John Waller, Esq. of Castletown, M.P. co. Limericlc, m.
Isabella Sarah, dau. of Right Hon. Silver Oliver, of Castle
Oliver, CO. Limerick, M.P., by whom he had; one son, Jwhn
Thomas, who d. unra. Mr. Waller d. 14 Nov. 1836, and was
s by his brother,

Bolton Waller, Esq. of Castletown and Shannon Grove,
Earrister-at-Law, J.P., High Sheriff 1799, b. 31 July, 1769:
m. 5 Dec. 1791, Elizabeth, dau. of William Hcim, Esq. of
Paradise, co. Clare, and had issue,

I. John Thomas, Lieut. 27th Regt., d. unm.

II. William, his successor.

III. Richard iMaunsell, Lieut. R.N., d. unm.

IV. John, Barrister-at-Law, m. 3Iary, dau. of Mafthew
Franks, Esq. of Merrion Square, Dublin, and had issue,

1 Bolton. 2 Matthew Hardress. 3 John.

1 Mary Harriet. 2 Elizabeth.

3 Ellen. 4 Isabella.

V. Bolton Edmund, d. unm.

VI. Hardress, Ensign 22nd Regt., d. v.nm.

I. Bidsey, m. Rev. Kichard Jones Hobson, Rector of Con-

II. E'izabeth, m. Rev. John Beresford Johnstone, Rector of

III. Katharine, d. v.nm.

IV. Jane Anne, d. unm.

V. Isabella, d. unra.

VI. Anne, m. Rev. John Samuel Monsell.

VII. Jane Mary, m. Hugh Faullcner, Esq. of Castletown, co.

Mr. Waller d. Jan. 1854. His son,

Rev. William Waller, of Castletown, co. Limerick, J.P.,
ra. 30 Aug. 1820, Maria, 2nd dau. of James O'Grady, Esq.-
brother of Standish, 1st Viscount Guillamore, and had issue,
Bolton, d. unm. 1853.
James O'Grady, </. unm.
John Thomas, now of Castletown.

William, d. s. p. Richard, d. s. p.

Hardress Edmund, Lieut. 40th Regt. Bengal Native Infantry,
wounded at Arrah, m. 1857, Charlotte, dau. of John Mac-
kenzie, Esq., and has issue,
1 William Bolton. 2 John.

3 Hardress. 4 Edmund.

5 Rirhard.
1 Julia.

Walter de Warrene, Lieut. 57th Regt., d. s. p.

Standish O'Grady, Barrister-at-Law, d. s. p.

Edmund, Royal Artillery, killed at the taking of Dalimkote-

Fort, Bhotan. India, s.p.
Robert de Mortimer, d. s. p.
Maria, 7n. 1849, Robert Ashworth Studdert, Esq. of Kilkishen

House, CO. Clare.
Elizi»beth, d. s.p.
Katherine Ellen, ra. 1856, Henry Lavallin Pasley, Esq. ct

Dunboy Castle.
Juiia Anna, d. s. p. 26 March, 1866.

The Rev. William Waller d. 16 Feb. 1863.

Arms—Sa., three walnut leaves or, between two tend-
lets arg. Crest — On a mount vert a wulnut tree ppr. on the
sinister side an escutcheon pendant charged with the arms of
Fiance, with a label of three points arg. Motto—lhc Iructus-

StuJ— Castletown Manor, Pallaskenr}-, co. Limerick.


Waller, William Thomas, Esq. of Prior Park^
CO. Tipperary, J.P., b. 29 Jan. 1811 ; w. 1st, 28 Oct.
1834, Eliza Augusta, dau. of Kev. Hosea (iuinuess,
LL.D., Rector of St. Werburgh, and Chancellor of
St. Patrick's, Dublin, and by her (who d. l873j had

I. George Arthur, 6. 1 Sept. 1835; m. II May, 1865, Sarah
Harriett, dau. of Guy Atkinson, Esq. of Cangort, D.L.
King's Co., and has had issue,

1 Richard P'itz.Vrthur, b. 19 March, 1867.

2 William Benjamin FitzAnhur, 6. 30 June, 1868; d.9
Feb. 1869.

3 George Arthur, 6. 7 April, 1872.

II. Robert Jocelyn, ?/. 26Sept. 1837; m. 1st, 23 Aug. 1864,
Sarah Georgina, dau. of John Andrews, Esq. of liathenry.
King's Co., and by her ^ho d. 6 Aug. lH'il) has issue,

1 William Arthur de Warrenne, 6. 26 May, 1865.
1 Eliza Georgina.

He m. 2ndly, 30 Jan. 1879, 3Iargaret, dau. of Edwara





Saunders, Esq., J. I'., late of BallimUrry Park, co.
ni. Edmund William, b. 21 Jan. 1339 ; m. 31 Auff. 1S69,
Mary, dau. of llev. Kobeit Kowan, of Mount Davys, co.

IV. William, 6. 25 June, ISlo; d. 21 July, 1S62.

V. Francis Albert, b. 23 Oct. 1846 : i.l. 7 Sept. 1S72, Frances
dau. of Ca;.<ar George Oiway, K:sq.

VI. liichard Hardress Studdert, b. 11 Sept. 1S49 ; d. 29
Jan. IStU.

I. Jane Solina.

II. Georgina Eiiza Augusta, d. unm.

Mr. Waller m. Dndly, 15 Dec. 1S75, Eliza Matilda,
dau. of Philip Mai-Adam, Esq. of Blackwater llouse,
CO. Clare.

Lineage.— This family of Waller, nJ.'a,! Warbenne, is of
very great antiquity, beinj; a branch of the Warrens of Po>in-
ton, CO. Chester. The elder branch became extinct in the
i;iale line, but its eventual heiress, Francis JIakia, dau. of
y\DMIBAL SlE JOHS BORLASE Wakren, B.irt., K.B., m. 1S02.
George Charles, 4th Lord Verno.v, who assumed the name and
arms of Wakken, in lieu of his patronymic.

In the Book of Certificates, Coll. of Arms, the arms of
Warren cj P.iyntoH are confirmed to William Warren, alius
Waller, of Cassingbourne, co. Cambridge, and of Ashwell,
Herts, who is stated in the record to be a younger branch of
the family of Warren o/ Poynton, under the hand of Ilobert
Cook, the Clarenceux Roi d'Armes. It does not appear on
record why he assumed the name of Waller in addition to his
own patronymic, but it was probably in consequence of either
of his estates above-mentioned being derived from an inter-
marriage with an I.eire.-s of the Waller family.

William Warren, alias Waller, in. Elizabeth Hammond,
and had issue two sons, Henry, who d. without male issue,

Edward Waller, Esq. of Ashwell, Herts, and Symond's
tnn, C!;ancery Lane. London, ?)j. 1st, JIargaret, dau. of
Thomas Gray, by whom he had issue, i. Edward, executor to
his father, d. unm.; ti. William, d. unm.; iii. Jonathan, of
Asliwcll, Ileits, will dated 3 Nov. 1662, proved 27 Nov. IG'.'o, issue, Jonathan Edward, executor to his father, Hum-
lierston, John, Mary, Elizabeth, Susan ; iv. Joshua. Mr.
Waller m. 2ndly, Margaret, dau. of Richard Glascoke, Esq. of
r>owne Ilall, Essex, and had further issue foar sons; v.
RicUAP.D, of whom hereafter ; vi. Philip ; vii. Thomas ; viii.
John. Sir. Waller's will, dated 19 Oct. Wo'3, was proved Jan.
1G40. liis&thEon,

Richard Waller, held a commission in Cromwell's army
in Ireland, 1641. and obtained numerous and extensive grants
of land in co. Tipperary. He discontinued the use of the
.:ame of Warren, but retained the family arms. He resided
at Cully, and became possessed, by marriage, of a portion of
Lord Cai lingford's Tipperary propt-rty. Mr. Waller made his
will 6 Oct. 1G76. By Dorothy his wife, he left two sons,
Richard and William; the elder of whom,

Richard Waller, Esq. of Cully, ru. Elizabeth Redmond, and
iiy her had three song and three daus., i. Edward, d. unm.
1711 ; II. William, of whom hereafter; iii. Jonathan, d. unm.
I. Dorothy, m. Joseph Gason, Esq. of Killioshallow, ancestor
to GASoti of Riihiuond : ii. Anne, Mrs. Moody. Mr. Waller
ii;ade his will 3 Oct. 1702. His 2nd .son,

William Waller, Esq. of Cully, )/i. Blanche, dau. of Mark
AVee'r'.s, Esq., by wiiom he had with a dau., Jane, m. Iticliard
Maunsell, Ejq., ancestor of Macxsell of co. Lii/Ui-icIc, six

I. Richard, of Cully, afterwards Castle Waller, rn. Elizabeth,
dau. of Admiral Holland, aud had issue,

1 William, d. unm.

2 li'chard. oi Castle Waller, to. Anne, dau. of Kilne
Brazier, Esq., and left two sons,

Jtichard, m. Maria Theresa, dau. of Capt. Theobidd
Bourke, and had issue. All his sons d.s.p.; ot his
daus., Anne Matilda, -m. Sir John de Burgho, Bart., and
Blanch, m. W illiim de Kythre, Esq.
Kilner, ol Limerick, m. Deborah Xewton, and had with
oilier issue,

Edward Capt. 87th Regt., m. 1810, Anna Maria Percy,
and had issue,
Kilner of .'Spring Grove Hou=e, Middlesex, who, with
all his family, were lost in the •' Duubar,'" near
2 Edward, m. Constance Gabbett, and had (with two daus.,
Eii/.a, -„i. Capt. Bolton, and Conistaiice, m. Capt. Braddell;
lour sons,
John, of Rockvalc, d. s. p. 1812.

Katherine Doherty, and d. without male


Edwsrd, d. s. p.
Thomas Maunsell, of Finoe Hou.<!e, co. Tipperary, m.

1802, Margaret, dau. of John Vereker, Esq., and d. 20

Nov. 1843, and hid issue.

Edward, of Finoe House, J. P., Barrister-at-Law, vi.
3 Aug. 1829, Mary dau. of Henry Crosslr, E-q. of
Annahoe, co. Tyrone, by whom (who d. l^l'i) he h:id
no issue. He d. 14 Feb. 1873, and was s. by his only
surviving brother.

Thomas, )/. a. p. G Nov. 1S35.

John Francis Waller, Esq. late of Finoe House, co.
Tipperary, LL.D. and J. P., Barrister-at-Law, the
distinguished poet and author, b. 1809; m. l^Ah,
Anna, dau. of William HopUins, Esq., and d. 19
Jan. 1894, leaving issue,

I. Thomas Francis, b. 1844; m. Dec. 1873, Carohne
Hester, and has issue,

Francis Aime, b. 6 Oct. 1874.
Edith Selina.

II. John Edward Hopkins, h. 31 Dec. 18.')R.

I, Jane Eleanor, m. 1864, Rev. Thoma's Teignmouth
Shore, A.M. and LL D., and has, William KrancLs
Shore, b. 27 Apiil, 1865; and Thomas Edmund
Teignmouth Shore, b. 16 Jan. 1868.

II, Margaiet Lucy, m. 1 Dec. 1870, Frederick W.
Chaplain, Esq., and has had, Frederick Hardress
Chaplain, b. 12 Jan. 1873: Grace Anne Lucy Chap-
lin, b. 7 Oct. 1871 ; d. 28 June, 1872; Maud Agnes
Chaplin, b. 28 March, 1874; Olive Constance Chap-
lin, 6, 30 April, 18 77; Irene G, Margaret, 6. 21
Sept. 1880.

III, Harriet Elizabeth, to, 10 April, 1869, Rev, James
Robinson, B,A,, by whom (who rf, .^ept, 1874) she
had issue, Percy Starkey Robinson, b. 16 Dee.
1871; and Anna Louisa Mnry Robinson, b. 23
Feb, 187C. Mr. Robinson d. Dec, 1879,

IV, Selina Elizabeth, m. 17 Dec. 1872, James CUrke
Lane, Esq,, Q,C,, and d. 2 Dec, I8;3.

V, Anna Cecilia, m. July, 1880, Rev, H, T, Lane,
and has issue, Francis, 6, May, 1881 ; Nora, 6. Oct.

VI, Constance Mary, rf, 5 May, 1872.

Anna. m. Thomas George Stoney, Esq, of Kyle Park,
CO. Tipperary, and t^ ISaO.

4 Mark.

1 Jane, TO. Richard Coppinger, E=q.

2 Elizabeth, rii. George Uougli, Esq., gramlf; thcr of Field
Marshal Hugh, ist Viscount Gough, K.P.

II. Mark.

III. William (Rev.).

IV. Samuel, of whom presently.

V. Edward, m. a dau. of Richard White, Esq., Alderman and
Lord Mayor of Dublin, and had a son,

Richard, of Kimmage, no. Dublin, to. Letitia, dau. of
Abraham Augustus Niokson, Esq. of Munny, co. Wicklow
aud had two sons and three daus.,

1 Richard, in. Eliza Ilorsfall, of London, and had

2 I'j'ward, m. Anne, dau. of Henry Coddington, Esq. of
Oldbridge. co. Meath, and had issue.

1 Mary.

2 Letitia, m. Major Lorenzo Tsiinn.

3 Jane, -m. Joshua Nunn, Esq. of Dawson Street,

VI. George, d. unm.

Mr. Waller, whose will is dated 21 Oct. 1731 , d. that year. The
4th son,

Samuel Waller, Esq. of Newport, co. Tipperary, Barrister-
at-Law, b. 1705; m. 20 June, 1730, Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas
Joeelyn, Bart., father of Robert, 1st Viscount Jocelyn,
Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, whoso son was created Earl
of Roden, and had by her (who rf. June, 18C0),

I. Robert, 1st hart, of Newport {st-. Burke's Peerac/e and

II. William (Rev.), rf. without issue.

III. Jocelyn, rf. iinm.

IV. George, of whom hereafter.

I. Charlotte, m. John Bloom'ield, Esq. of Newport, and was
mother of 1st Lord Bloomfield.

II. E'izabeth, m. Cooke Otway, Esq, of Castle Otway.

III. Blanche, to. James Poe, Esq. oi Solsborough.

Mr. Waller rf. 1 May, 17C2. His 4th son,

George Waller, Esq. of Prior Park, co. Tipperary, m. 16
Oct. 1782, 1st, Jane, dau. of Benjamin Gault, by whom he had

issue, one son,

I. Benjamin (Rev.), Rector of Ros.sdroit, co. Wexford, m.
Esther, dau. of William Dipges La Touclie, Esq. of Dublin,
Banker, and rf. 13 June, I8t3, leaving issue,





! GEOBGE(Rev.) B.A., jn. 5 Jan. 1SS2, Charlotte Mat ilcla

Elizabeth, cl:iu. of George Finch, Esq. of Burley-on-the-

Hill, CO. Rutland.
2 James, m. Marian, dau. of John Burkitt, of St. Kilda,

Australia, and has issue, Grace Marian, and Ethel La


1 Estlier, in. Eev. Henry Ilatton, Vicar of Monart.

2 Grace.

He TO. 2ndly, 8 Oct. ISOl, Elizabeth, dau. of George Studdert,
Esq. of Kilkishen, co. Clare, by whom (who </. April, I8G9,
a^t'd 93} lie had further issue four sons and three dans.,

II. George Stcddert. m. Miss Falkiner, settled in Australia.

III. Robert, Col. bencal Ilnrse Artillery, who served «irh
much distinction umler Lord Gough through the I'unjuub
canjpaign, m. Miss GriiRths.

IV. William 'ruo.MAs, now of Prior Park.

V. Rii-hard, R.N., d. at sea.

I. El

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