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Charles I. to Col. Humphrey Walrond, for liis services during
the Civil Wars. Motto — Bienfaictz payeray malfaictz van-




Walsh, Waiter Husset, of Cranagh and
Mull Hussey, co. Eoscomuion, J. P., b. 1827 ; m.
ISfclO, Ellen, eldest dau. of Valentine O'Erien
O'Connor, Esq. of Eockfield, co. Dublin, D.L., and
by her had,

I. Valentine John, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1S62.

II. William, Capt. Cheshire Eegt., h. 1803; m. 14 Jan. 1892,
Mary Frances Angela, only dau. of Kev. Everard Evered,
by Isabella, his wife, only surviving child and heiress of
the late Henry Ilawarden Gcllibrand Fazakerley, Esq.
of Fazakerley and Gellibrandllall, co. Lancaster, and has

Charles William, 6. 22 Nov. 1892.

an. Walter Patrick, b. 1866, Lieut. Leicestershire Eegt.
H.B.M. Yice-Consul at Beira, East Africa.

I. Mary Margaret Elizabeth Vincentia, b. 1874.

II. Eileen Josephine Mary Bridget, b. 1877.

Xiineag"e. — The families of Walsh of the cos. Kilkenny and
Wateiford descended from Philip, David, and Geoffrey Walsh,
three brothers who went to Ireland with Robert FitzStephen
in 11G9. They landed near Waterford, and settled in the co.
Kilkenny, where they received a tract of country which to this
day goes by the name of the Walsh Mountains. In the
middle of the 17th century,

liicHARD Walsh (of the family of Walsh of the Walsh
Mountains), having been transplanted by Cromwell, settled
at Cranaghbeg, Roscommon. He ?;;. 1651, Margaret, dau.
of Iloger O'Connor, of Ballycaher, and was father of

William Walsh, of Cranagh, m. 1687, Winefnd, dau. cf
Kelly, of Bekagh. His son,

Walter Walsh, of Cranagh, m. 1705, Gertrude, dau. of
Giles MacLaughlin, of Hall, and had issue,

I. Patrick, of whom hereafter.

II. Wulter, ot Mount Talbot, in. Mary, dau. of John Kelly,
of Coulegarry, and by her had a dau.,

Mary, m. Richard Walsh, of Cranagh.

Tlie eldest son,

Patrick Walsh, Esq. of Cranagh, m. 1732, Eleis, dau. of
Patrick Tully, and was father of

Richard Walsh, Esq. of Cranagh, b. 1740, m. 17.'<9, Mary,
dau. ot Walter Walsh, of Mount Talbot, and by her hud

I. Patrick, his heir.

II. UiUiam, of Kilmore, to. Mary Anne, dau. of Michael
Cufle, Esq. of Jamaica.

III. Joseph, b. 1704; d. 1800.

IV. Waiter.

Piiehard Walsh d. 19 April, 1799, and was s. by his eldest s m,
Patrick Walsh, Esq. of Cranagh, 6. 1760, m. 1787, Mar-
garet, dau. of John Hussey, Esq. of MuU llussey, and had

I. Richard Hussey, b. 1788 ; d. 1804.

II. John, of wliom hereafter.

jii. Patrick Joseph (Rev.), b. 1792, in Holy Orders Church of
Rome ; d. at Rome 1849.

IV. AVilliam Burke (Hev.), 6. 1794, a Jesuit; d. 1819.

V. Walter Ffrench (Rev.), 6 1797, a Jesuit ; d. 1818.
1. Laetitia Margaret, b. 1789 ; d. 1869.

The 2nd son,

John Hdssey Walsh, Esq. of Cranagh, and MuU Hussey,
and of KildufT, King's Co., 6. 1790; m. 1817, Maria, dau. of
Michael Henley, Esq. of La Mancha, co. Dublin, and by her

I. William Patrick, 6. 1818 ; d. 1820.

II. Michael Henry, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1820; d. 1843.

III. John, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1821 ; d. from a fall, out hunt-
ing, 1853.

IV. William Charles, of Kilduff, King's Co. and Cranagh,
b. 1823 ; d. from a fall out hunting 1874.

V. Richard, 6. 1825, Superintendent of Government schools
in Mauritius, LL.D., author of "A Treatise on Metallic
Currency," d. at Port Louis 1862.

VI. Walter, now of Cranagh and Mull Hussey.

VII. Patrick Charles, b. 1831 ; d. in France 1843.

VIII. Cliarles, Majnr, late 44th Regt., Assistant Quartermaster-
General, Rangoon, Burmah, b. 1832 ; d. I Jan. Is93.

I. Margaret Laetitia.

<^amilg of jynssrj.

Nicholas Hcssey, on whom his father, Mathew Hussey,
Baron of Galtrim (sec H0ssey of Rathkenney) , settled the Manor
of Mulhussey in 1406, m. Susanna Plunket, dau. of LordDun-
sany. His son,

Walter Hussey, of Mulhussey, m. Slary, dau. of Edward
Eustace, of Castlemartin, co. Kildare. His son,

John Hussey, of Mulhussey, m. Catherine, dau. of Sir
Christopher D'Arcy, of Platin. His son,

Walter Hcssey, of Moyle Hussey, m. Mary, dau. of Sir John
Barnewall, of Crickstown. His son,

Nicholas Hussey, of Moyle Hussey, m. Anne, dau. of Lord
Trimlestown, by whom he had,

Meyler, of whom hereafter.

Hubert, of Castle Gregory, co. Kerry, d. 3 Feb. 1610. He

was ancestor of the Hdsseis of Castle Gregory, Dingle,

Edenbiirn, <tc.

The elder son,

Meyler Hussey, of Moyle Hussey, ra. Alienore, dau. of
Robert Barnewall, of Rowston, and widow of — Kinton, of
Lispopell. His son,

Walter Hussey, of Moyle Hussey {d. 1614), ni. Ellis Plunket,
dau. of 9th Baron Killeen, and sister of 1st Earl of Fingal, by
whom he had,

Thomas, of whom hereafter.

John, of MuUaghoughreriUah, m. Giles, dau. of William
Birmingham, of Ardlvill.
The elder son,

Thomas Hussey, of Moyle Hussey, m. 1st, 7 Nov. 1575, Elinor,
dau. of Nicholas Wogan, of Rathcoffey; 2ndly, Anne Plunket,
relict of — Wogan, of Ratncoffcy. By the former he had,

Edward, of whom hereafter.


EUinor. Mary.

Anne, m. Francis Makewy, of Ballynestreagh.
The elder son,

Edward Hussey of Moyle or Mul Hu3sey, who submitted to
the Peace of 1642, was appointed Receiver General of the con-
tributions of the CO. cf Meuth, and was restored to his property,
1660. He m. Ismay, dau. of John Draycot, of Mornington, and
had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom hereafter.

II. Walter, of Donore, in. Mary, dau. of Robert Russell, of

III. John.

IV. Peter, of Dnnore, ra. Jane, dau. of Meyler Hussey, and
had issue, 1 Miles, Capt. in the French Service, Knight of
St. Louis, 1(1. and had a sun, William, who m. Hel6ne, sister
of General d'Alton; 1 Mary, ju. — Fitzgerald, of Yeomans-
town ; and 2 Bridget.

The eldest son,

Thomas Hcssey, of Moyle Hussey, in. 1652, Ismay, dau. of
Gerald Lynch, of Knock, eo. Wesimeath, by Ismay, dau. of
Christopher Plunket, Lord Killeen,(;. 1690. Thomas Hussey
forfeited Moyle Hussey. He had issue, Meylee, of whom
hereafter; Garrett; Bridget; Ismay; Clare. His elder son,

Capt. Mevler Hussey (King James II. Army), of Mayne,
CO. Louth, afterwards ol Baltrasney, co. Kildare, m. Catherine,
dau. of Dromgoole, of Walshestown. His son,

Thomas Hussey, of Haltrasney, co. Kildare, afterwards of
Mulhussey, co. Roscommon, ra. 1723, Jane, dau. of John
Moore, of Cranaghmore, co. Roscommon, and had, with a
dau., in. James Dillon, of Bellard, aud an eldest son, Myles,
d. s. 21- in France, a Second son,





Jons HrssET, of Mull nu~-scy, m. 1760, JIarsrarct, sister of
Willinm Burke, Esq. of Keelogues and s;ranii-dau. of Sir John
liurke, 4th bart. of Glinsk, and liad a dau.

jMargaeet, iii. 17S7, Patrick Walsh, ICsq. of Cranagh.

.Sf(if.<— Oranagli, and Mull llussoy, Athlono. co. Fioseommon.
Toicn HesidenceSi , Onslow Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.


Walsh, Pkier, Esq. of Fanningstown, co. Kil-
Ivonnr, J. P. cos. Ivilkenuj, Tipix-nuy, aud Water-
1ord,'6. 20 Feb. 1S26; m. 13 Muj, ISSi, Mary,
»i;ui. of Finlay Chester, Esq. J. P. of Willianistown
House, CO. Louth, by iLiria Louisa, his wife, clau.
Ot Patriek Mahoii Power, Lsq. of Faithlcg, M.P.
ami D.L. eo. Waterlord.

Lineag-e.— Rohekt Walsh, of Ballybrusliin, and Knock-
nieiian, is stated to have been son of I'liilip Walsh, by Eleanor
lUitler his «iie. lie m. Eleanor, dau. of Gerald Blanchville,
Esq. of Blanehvillestown, and was father of

Thilip Walsh, who forfeited his kinds. lie m. a dan. of
.Tuhu Tobin, of Cumsinagh, and d. a'jout IGOJ. His great

John Walsh, Esq. of Fanniiicstown, h. 1710 (son of John
Walsh, by Margaret Lee, of Dublin, his wife, and grandson of
John AValsh, by Katherine Hughes, his wife), ui. 1st, Katlie-
rine Butler, of Knocktopher, by whom he had issue,

I. I'eter. of Belline, J. P. co. Kilkenny, m. Eliza, dau. of
Matthew liughes, of Urinagh, co. Wexford.

II. I'uiLiP, of Mudown, CO. Iwlkenn) , and Limerick, m.
Mary Smith, and had (witli four daus., 1 Katlieiine, in.
.lohn Browne, of Dublin; U Mary, m. 1st, Christoiiher
Blunden, Capt. K.X., and 2ndly. Robert Smith, Lieut. i:i;ih
P.egt. ; 3 Anne. m. Thomas Philips Yokes, of Limerick ; 4
JIargaret m. William Smith, of Ueriiiclare) a son,

J'ETER, of Waterford and Belline, b. 10 Feb. 1781 ; m. 1st,
Sarah, dau. of John Uaghes, of Liverpool, by whom he
had issue,
1 Phi ip, of Rochestown, ?«. Maria Smith, and d. 1871.
i; John Peter, b. 20 July, 1807: m. 1829, Katherine, dau.
of John Power, of Can iok-on-Suir ; and (Z. 24 Oct. 1b33,
leaving, 1 Peter, of Carrick-on-Suir, d. 1871 ; 2 John
I'eter, 'III. Alice Cumming, niece of Most Kcv. Patriek
¥. Moran, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ossoiy, and
grand-niece oi His Eminence Paul, Cardinal Cullen,
and had a dau., Kathleen ; 3 Margaret, m. Medliope
>viv.-holson, of Kilmac.lirie ; 4 Mary, m. Very Rev.
-Michael Keatinge, Dean of Kilfennra.

1 Eliza, 6. 4 June, 18C5; d. 8 Xov. 1824.

Peter Walsh hi. 2ndly, IZ May, 1825. Anne Griffith, aud
i(. 21 Nov. 18oy, having had by her lurther issue,

3 Peter, now of Kanningstown.

4 William Thomas, o. 12 Nov. 1827 ; d. 2 July, ISr,.^.

5 James (Rev.), b. 22 June, 1829, ordaiuea I'liest 10
June, 1859.

C Walter, b. 22 June, 1829 ; d. 28 Apiil, 1858.

7 Thomas, b. lU July, 1833; d. 16 April, 1834.

8 John Peter, 6. lo June, 1835.

2 Anne Mary, b. 11 June, 1830, professed a Nun in the
Presentation Convent, Tralee, 1855 ; d. 4 March, 1860.

John Walsh lii. 2ndly, Katherine Council, and d. 1793, leaving
two other sons,

III. Thomas, of Fanningstown, b. 1760; m. Barbara, only
dau. of Cornelius O'Meaghcr, Esq. of Orchardstown, co.
Tippt-rary, and d. 1827, leaving issue,

1 John, of Fanningstown, J. P. cos. Kilkenny, Tipperarj-,
and Waterford, 6. Feb. 1799; to. Aug. 1836, Elizabeth,
dau. of Richard Power, Esq. of Ballindesert. J. P. co.
Waterford ; and d. s. ji., when he was s. by his cousin,
Peter Walsh, now if hanningstown.
"2 Peter, b. Ist2 ; d. u.tiii.

3 Katherine, m. Pierce Francis Garvey, Esq. of Browns-
ford Castle, CO. Kilkenny.
Ann.i—Arg.. on a chevron gii. between three pheons points
upwards sa. an annulet of the field. Crf-.n — A swan pierced
through the neck with an arrow all piir., and charged with au
annulet gu. MAto — Dum spiro speio.
ii-A'.l — Fanningstown, I'iltoun.

AValsh, Theobald, Esq. of Bishop's Hull,
Taunton, co. Somerset, J. P., formerly Capt. West
Somerset Yeomanry Cavah-y, b. 15 July, 1830 ; m.
2-1 July, 1852, Isobel, youngest dau. of the late
Capt. Patton, R.N. of Eishop's Hull House and
Stolie Court, Somerset, and by her (who d. 1892)
lias issue,

I. Henrt Alfred, Major Somerset Light Infantry, 6. IS
Aug. 1853; vi. 30 Dec. 1880, Ann PoUexfen, dau. of the
late B. Sparrow, Esq. of Clevc, Ivy bridge, and has

Theobald Alfred, b. 18S2.
Archibald Charles Mark, b. 1891.
Gladys Mary.

II. Theobald Lomax, Capt. 3rd Somerset Light Infantry, &,
10 Nov. 1859.

III. Aubrey Edwin Bethune, Lieut. British Bechuanaland
Border Police, b. 19 Sept. 1868.

I. Rosabelle Clare, 7n. 1875, Halswell Milborne Kemeys-
Tynte, Esq. of Halswell Park, Somerset, and Cefn Mably,
CO. Glamorgan, and has issue.

II. Ella Isabel Georgie Kiversdale, 6. 1866; m. 1884, her
cousin, Arthur Cary Helyar (who d. 1892), eldest son of
Rev. Wyndham Ilelyar, of Sutton Bingham, Somer-

Liineag'e. — Sir Ralph Maddison, of Fonaby, andGrimble-
thorpe Hall,* co. Lincoln, m. 1594, Mary, dau. of Robert Wil-
liamson, of Walkeringham, Notts; his eldest surviving son,
Francis, m., and had a son Ralph, and a dau. and eventual,
heiress, who m. Arthur Lomax, Esq. of Habroush Manor, co.
Lincoln, and had issue, an only dau. and heiress, Mary, of
Fonaby and Grimblethorpe, who m. 1693, Henry Walsh, Esq.,
and brought tne ancient estates of F'onaby and Grimblethorpe
to the Walsh family. These estates were inherited by the
Maddisons from the Angevines and the Merleys (.sec Maddisos
of Partney).

Henry Walsh, by Mary his wife, had issue, sixteen chil-
dren, of whom the 9th, but eldest surviving son,

Henry Walsh, b. 1712, s. to thefamily estates, and m. about
1750, Mary, dau. and co-heiress (ivith her bro'.her Robert Fow-
ler, Archbishop of Dublin) of George Fowler, Esq. of Skendie-
bythorpc, co. Lincoln, and had issue,

I. Henry Lomax, his heir.

I. Mary, b. 1752; m. Rev. — Hare.

II. Frances, b. 1754; m. — Charlesworth, Esq.

III. Arabella, b. 1757; m. 1790, the Right Rev. Dr. James
Versclioyle, Bishop of Killala.

Mr. Walsh was s. by his only son,

The Very Rev. Henry Lomax Walsh, of Grimblethorpe
and of Brandeun, Hants, Dean of Dromore, and Vicar of
Swords, CO. Dublin, LL.D., B.A. of St. John's College, Cam-
biidge, 6. 1755; -m. 1st, 1789, Ann, dau. and co-heiress (with
hersisters, Mrs. F'eatherstonhaugh, of BrackUn, Mrs. Theophi-
lus Jones, Mrs. Wolfe, of F'orenaughts, and Lady Synge) of
Theobald Wolfe, Esq. of Newtown, co. Kildarc, aud byherhad

I. Theobald, his heir.

II. Henry Luniax, d. at Malta 1815, unm.

1. Elizabeth, m. 1829, Sir John Maxwell Tylden, of Milsted
Manor, co. Kent.
The Dean m. 2ndly, in 1812, Elinor, dau. of William Newcoine,
Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of all Ireland, and by her had
further issue,

III. William (Rev.), Rector of Great Tey, Essex, Great Coates,
CO. Lincoln, and Shorwell, Isle of Wight, b. at The Circus,
Bath, 1815 ; m. Martha, dau. of A. Saunders, Esq. of Ferns,
and il. 1892, leaving issue,

1 Elinor Lomax, to. 1878, Edward Blackburn Scratton,
Esq., eldest son of Rev. E. Scratton, of Prittlewell Piiory,

2 Arabella Newcome.

3 May de Vesci, now of Grimblethorpe.

The Dean d. at Brighton, in 1831, and was s. by his eldest

The Rev. Theobald, of Grimblethorpe and Bran-
dean, 6. 1790; educated at Winchester; to. 1821, Arabella
dau. of Rev. Dr. Gilbert Jackson, of Donhead St. Mary,
Wilts, and by her (who d. 1878) had issue,

I. Theoliald Henry, Lieut. 72nd Regt., b. 1848 ; d. s. p. 1849^.

II. Theobald, present representative.

III. tiilbert Maxwell, b. 1832; m. 1855, Charlotte, eldest dau.
of Francis Baring Short, Esq. of Bickham, Devon, and has

1 Henry Gilbert, b. 1861.

2 Gilbert Baring, 7 j^.j^^gg

3 Francis Baring, > '
1 Emily Charlotte.

2Araljella Lucy, to. 1878, Major R. L. Scarlett, R.H. A.,.
son of R. Scarlett, Esq. of Gigha, N.B. (see Burke s i'cer-
aye, Abingeb, B.).

* Gi'imblethorpe Hall has been in this family since the days of
King John, shown by title deeds in possession of the family,
and has three times come through the female line.






3 Frances.

4 Dora Maxwell, m. 183S, Sj-daey EnQeld Taylor, Esq.

5 Beatrice.

I.Ann Fanny, d. s. p. 1868.

II. Emma, Hi. lS5i, Frederick Cliurch, Esq. of l>awlisli.

III. Elizabeth, m. 185.5, Kev. Wyndham Hugh Helyar, of
Sutton Bingham, Somerset.

IV. Ellen, //,. lHoi, Kev. W. Maycock, and is deceased.

V. Arabella .Maria, lu. 1st, l8.5.i, Edwin Grove Helyar, 2nd
son of William Helyar, Esq. of Coker Court, Somerset, and
Segheliill House, Wilts, who d. 1868; she m. 2ndly, Col.
Edward Hawker Helyar, late of the "Queen's," son of the
late Kev. Hugh Weluian Helyar, of Sution Bingham.

The Rev. Theobald Walsh d. 18.52.

Residence — Bishop's Hull, Taunton.


Walsit, Langton Peendergast, Esq., C.I.E.,
of Laragh Manor, co. Cavan, b. 29 Feb. 1856, of
the Bombay Political Department ; served in
Egyptian Camjjaign 1882, at Tel-el-Kebir and Kas-
sassin (two medals and mentioned in despatches),
m, 21 March, 1891, Clementina Annie, youngest
dau. of the late Major R. Gr. Macgregor, H.A.
She d. 6 March, 1894., at Bombay.

Lineage.— The Kev. Philip "Walsh, 1st "Vicar of Bles-
sington, co. Wicklow, went to Ireland with Primate Boyle as
Chaplain about 1669. His son.

The Kev. William Walsh, Vicar of Blessington, ?/i. 1st,
Mary Stewart, cousin of the Earl of Blessington, and niece of
Dean Stewart, but by her had no sons ; 2ndly, Elizabeth
Kavell, and by her had, with other issue, an eldest son.

The Rev. John Kavell Walsh, "Vicar of Blessington,
possessor of seven livings in the church in Ireland, h. 10 Jan.
1754; m. 31 May, 1792, Euphemia, dau. of Thomas Prender-
gast, Esq., regi.strar to the Marquess of Down.'^hire, Court of
Chancery, Ireland, and d. June, 18-33, having by her (who was
6. 21 June, 1771, and d. 5 Feb. 1858) hadissue, twelve children,
of whom the following survived,

I. William Spencer (Rev.), D.D., Trin. Coll. Dublin, Rector
of Clonard, co. Meath, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Rev.
James Slator, of co. Longford, and by her had two daus.,
one of whom d. young, and the other, Enpheniia Frances
Elizabeth, m. her 1st cousin. Col. T. P. B. Walsh , 2ndly,
Ann, dau. of Col. Robert Lucas, of Castle Shane, co. Mona-
ghan. by whom also he had two daus., Olivia Lucas and
Annie Jane.

II. John Prendekgast (Rev.), of whom presently.

III. JefTery, deceased.

IV. Thomas Premlergast, Lieut.-Col., m. 1855, Alice, dau.
of N. Preston, Esq., of Swainston,co. Meath, and has issue,
Thomas Preston, m. Louisa Charlotte, dau. of John Metge,
Esq. of Sion, co. Meath ; and Alice Euphemia.

1. Jane, m. Capt. TyndaJl, of the Bombay army, and d.
1866, leaving issue. ii. Sarah.

The 2nd son.

The Rev. John Pkendergast "Walsh, B.A., of Bles.«ington,
CO. Wicklow, a distinguished officer of the Rifle Brigade
(old 95th Regt.), fought at Waterloo (medal), lost his leg
and received other wounds in that action, was reported
and rewarded for valour; and after twenty years' service
he entered Holy Orders ; b. 31 May, 1798; m. 10 Feb. 1825,
Isabella Christiana F^rances, dau. of Col. James Langton,
J. P., of Bruree House, co. Limerick, and by her {b. 9 Dec.
1800, d. at Ealing, 10 July, 1886) had issue,

I. Charles Greewood, Capt. 75th Regt., b. 27 March, 1826 ;
d. 185-.

II. John Langton, 6. 5 Oct. 1827 \ , • i_f„„„_

III. James Langton, b. 19 Nov. 1828 J "■ "* im^ncy.

IV. Spencer George, Capt. North Cork Rifles and Brigade
Major, Curragh Camp, b. 19 Jan. 1830; d. 1865.

V. Thomas Prendergast Boles, late representative.

VI. John Prendergast, Lieut. 4th West Riding York Militia
Regt., 6. 16 Sept. i836; supposed to have d. in New Zea-
land in 1878.

VII. Walter Philip, Capt. late 32nd Regt., 6. 3 May, 1833.

VIII. Laniiton, b. 13 June, 1840; d. 1842.
I. Mary Boles, 6. 20 April, 1833; d. 1851.

Rev. John Prendergast Walsh d. at Jersey, 15 Dec. 1SG7. His
5th son,

Tho.mas Prendergast Boles Walsh, Esq. M.R.A.S., of
lyaragh Manor, co. Cavan, and Abberley Lodge, co, Kt-nt, Col.
on the N"n-Effective List ll.M. Bombay ."irmy, J. P. for Bombay
Presidency; lineal descendant of the Walshes of Abberley, co.
Worcester; 6. 20 .-Vpril, 1831; m. 1st, 8 Jan. 1853, Euphemia
Frances Elizabeth, dau. of the late Kev. Spencer William

Walsh, D.D., Rector of Clonard, Co. Meath, "Vicar of Bal-
soon and Ossey, in the same co., and by her had issue,

I. Spencer John George, 6 24 .May, 1854 ; d. 20 Aug. 18-55.

II. Langton Prendlrgast, present representative.

III. George Inverarity, 6. 7 Oct. Ic57 ; d. 23 May, 1859.

I. Euphemia Anna Houlton.

II. Elizabeth Ellen Gordon.

Col. Walsh m. 2ndly, 8 Nov. 1863, Isabel, dau. of the late
Francis Nicholas, D.C.L., Wadham Coll. Oxford, and of the
Mansion Ealing, and by her had,

IV. George Inverarity, Lieut. Lei:;estershire Regt., h. 13
Dec. 1866.

v. Francis Nicholas de Walno, 6. 29 March, 1863.
VI. Wainwaring Ravel), 6. 29 May, 1876.

III. Isabel, d. 3 Jan. 1866.

Col. T. P. B. Walsh d. 1 Aug. 1893.
Seat — Laragh Manor, Kingscourt, co. Cavan.
C'i«6— Conservative, S.W., and St. James.'


Walter, John, Esq. of Bearwood, Berks, J.P.
and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, M.A. Oxford, M.P. for
Nottingham from 1847 to 1859, and for Berka
1859 to 1865, and 1868 to 1885, b. 8 Oct. 1818 ; m.
1st, 27 Sept. 1842, Emily Frances, eldest dau. of
Major Henry Court, of Castlemans, Berks, and by
her (who d. 28 April, 1858) had issue,

I. John Balston, d. 1870.

II. Arthcr Eraser, M.A. Ch. Ch. Oxford, J.P. for Berks,
in. 1872, Henrietta Maria, eldest dau. of Rev. Thomas
Anchitel Anson {see Borice's Peerage, Lichfield, E.).

III. Frederic Edward, Major Artillery.

IV. Henry. v. Thomas.
VI. Francis.

I. Mary Emily.

He m. 2ndly, 1 Jan, 1861, Flora, 3rd dau. of James
Monro Macnabb, Esq. late of Highlield Park,
Hants, and has issue by her,

I. Norman. ii. Philip.

III. Godfrey. iv. Hubert.

V. Ralph.
I. Flora.

Lineag^e. — Richard Walter, citizen of London (son of
Richard Walter of Longstock, Hants) d. 1721, leaving issue,
two sons and one dau.,

I. Richard.

II. Arthur, of London (will proved 4 April, 1750), bur. at
Wokingham, Berks, leaving issue.

I. Dorothy, m. 1697, Christopher Digges, gent, of Bernard"*

The eldest son,

Richard Walter, citizen of London, d. 1742, leaving issue
by his first wife,

Robert Walter, Capt. R.N., d. 1784, leaving issue, five
daus., co-htiresses,

1 Elizabeth, m. William Moore, Esq. of Stonehouse, Devon,
and had an only son.

The Kev. John Walter Moore, Hector of Hordley, Salop.

2 Katherine, m. Thomas Parr, Esq. of Lythwood Hall,

3 Lydia, m. Edward Chamherlayne, Esq. of Rocky Hill,
Kent, Capt. West Kent Militia.

4 Maria Francesea, m. Rev. Thomas Chamberlayne, Rec-
tor of Charlton, brother of tlie above.

5 Sophia, w. Gwalter Borranskill Lonsdale, Esq. of
London, and had (with other issue) a son, Gwalter Bor-
ranskill Congreve Lonsdale, Attach6 to the Embassy at

By his 2nd wife Richard Walter left a son,

John Walter, Esq. of. London and Teddington Grove,
Middlesex, 6. 1739, founder of the Times newspaper. He
)ii. Frances Lander, and by her (who d. 1798) had issue,

William, m. Anne, dau. of Thomas Darke, Esq. of Con-

derton Lodge, co. Gloucester, and had William, and other

John, of whom presently.
Mary, m. James Cardin, Esq. of Bedford Square, and had

(with other issue) Sir Robert Walter Garden, of Wimpole


Fanny m. David Carnegie Knox. Esq.
Catherine, m. Kev. Riuhcird Winsloe, of Bishop's Hull,

Anna, m. Rev. Alexander Brodie, D.D., Vicar Of Easff-


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Mr. Walter rf. at Tedttingtou 16 Nov. 1S12. His 2nd son,

John Walteb, Esq., became joint proprietor and solo
uuuiager of ttie Times during his fatlicr's lifetime, and raised
it to tlie hisli position which it has since maintained. He pur-
chased the estate cf Bearwood, and laid out tlie grounds at
great cost. He m. 1st, a dan. of the Uev. Dr. Gregory, Vicar
of Ham, which lady d. s. p. ; and 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Henry
Smithe, Esq. of Eastling, Kent, by whom he had,

I. John, now of Bearwood.

II. Henry Kraser, M.A. Oxford,?!. 1820: m. 1846, Isabella
Catherine, youngest dau. of John Dawson,- Esq., and has

John Henry Eraser, of Hellesdon, Norfolk ; m. 1873, Ger-
trude .\lice, dau. of Benjamin Huntsman, Esq.

III. Edward, an officer in the army. Founder of the Corps of
Commissionaires, w hich owes its existence entirely to his
energy and perseverance, and at present numbers 1,200

I. Katherine, d. wnni.

II. Fanny Mora, 7>i. Thomas Broughton Charlton, Esq. of
Chilwcll, Notts.

Mr. Walter was J. P. and D.L. for Berks, and served the office
of High Sheriff. He also represented the county of Berks
for some years in Parliament, and subsequently sat for Not-
tingliam. He d. 1847.

Arms — Arg., guttee de sang, two swords in saltire gu., over
all a lion rampant sa. Crest — A stork ppr. drinking out of a
whelk shell erect or.

iVti<— Bearwood, Wokingham, Berks.


Walthall, Edwakd Walthall Delves, Esq.
of Wistastou Hall, co. Chester, and of The Cottage,
St. Asaph, J.P. and D.L. for eo. Flint, and High
Sheriff 1889, b. 20 Oct. 1848 ; m. 8 8ept. 1870,
Caroline Mai-ian, youngest da\i. of Charles Augustus
Stewart, Esq. of West Hall, High Leigh, co. Chester,
and bj her has had issue,

I. Edwakd Charles Walthall Delves, b 24 April, 1874.
u. Brian James Delves, b. 17 May, 187G.

III. Henry Douglas Delves, b. 7 Feb. 1800.

IV. Gilbert Alexander Delves, b. 26 June, 1890.

I. Helen Louisa Delves.

II. Caroline Delves, d. 16 March, 1872.

III. Hhoda Janet Delves.

IV. Ella Gwladis Delves, d. 24 June, 1878.

V. Alice Dorothy Delves.

VI. Marion Delves, d. 21 May, 1879.

Lineage. — Thomas Walthall, Esq., descended from the
Walthalls of Walthall, co. Westmorland, living teitq). Henbt
VII., ifi. Margaret, dau. of Sir William Stanley, Bart, of
Hooton, CO. Chester, and had issue, Thomas, and lio

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