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ger. The
elder son,

Thomas Walthall, Esq., m. Alice, dau. and co-heiress of
John Marchomley, Esq. of Marchomley, co. Salop, and had
issue a son and heir,

Gilbert Walthall, Esq., who m. Johanna, dau. and heiress
of Eandle Crewe, Esq. of Alvaston, co. Chester, by whom he
had issue,

PiOGER Walthall, Esq., who m. Margaret, dau. of Thomas
Maisterson, Esq.. and had

Thomas Walthall, Esq., who, dying imra., was s. by his
brother,

IJichaed Walthall, Esq., who m. Margaret, dau. and
sole heiress of John Alexander, Esq. of Wistaston, by whom
he had

Alexander Walthall, Esq., who m. Cecilia, dau. and
heiress of Eandle Jlore, Esq. of Hall O'Heath, co. Chester, and
had with a dau. Margaret, m. to Iwau Pigot, Esq. of Chet-
wynd, a son and successor,

Alexander Walthall, Esq., who m. Alice, dau. of Sir
William Skeffington, of Fisherwick, co. Stafford. He d. in
1G;<7, and was bur. at Wistaston, having had issue,

EicHARD, his successor. Thomas.

Eliu-ibcth, d. 16.53.

Hester, vi. Thomas Pigott, Esq. of Huntley, co. Stafford.

Mary, m. Robert Weever, Esq. of Poole, co. Chester.

Grace, vi. Laurence Wall, Esq. of London.

Margaret.

Ceciha, m. Wm. Holland, Esq. of Denton, co. Lanca.ster.

Brid;;et, m. William Boote, Esq. of Wistaston.

Ursula, m. John Pulford, Esq. of Wrexham, co. Denbigh.

The elder son,
KicuABD Walthall, Esq. of Wistaston, co. Chester, aged



45 at the Heralds Visitation of that county in 1664. He fought
under the royal banner at the battle of Edgeliill, as Captain M
in the king's guards. He was subsequently captain of liorsc "
ill the same service, a captain of trained bands, and High
Sheriff CO. Chester in 1676. Bur. at Wistaston 1 Oct. 1691.
By Hannah his wife, dau. and co-heir of John Tilson, of
Huxley, co. Chester (who was buried 1 July, 1694), he had
issue,

I. John, aged 17 in 1664.

II. Richard, of whom presently.

III. Alexander, 1664.

IV. Thomas (Uev.) (see next Memoir).

V. Gilbert, of Wistaston, bur. there 9 April, 1700.

I. Mary, m. — Broome, living 1699.

II. Margaret, m. George Minshull, and had issue; both living
1699.

The 2nd son,

Richard Walthall, Esq. of Nantwich and Wistaston, who
m. by licence 20 July, 1674, Mary, dau. of Peter Wilbraham,
of Dorfold, CO. Chester, and by her (who was buried Feb.
1699-1700) had issue,

I. Richard, of Wistaston, b. 6 April, 1676 ; m. 1 June, 1697,
R-becca Ilawkins, of Burton-upou-Trent (who d. 20 Jan.
1756), and d.s.p. 1 July, 1739.

II. Peter, of whom presently.

Ill Alexander, bur. 22 Feb. 1683.

I. Hannah, bapt. 31 Oct. and bur. 5 Dec. 1682.

II. Mary, bur. 28 July, 1688.

Richard Walthall was bur. 7 Sept. 1702. His 2nd son,

Peter Walthall, Esq. of Whitchurch, co. Salop, and
afterwards of Wistaston and Nantwich, m. twice, by his first
wife he had issue,

I. Anne, bur. 8 Oct. 1719.

II. Mary, m. 26 Dec. 1735, by licence, William Landers, of
Nantwich, attorney-at-law.

He m. 2ndly, Amabilia Sandford, and by her (who was bur.
28 April, 1739) had further issue,

I. Peter, of Nantwich and Wistaston, bapt. 15 April, 1732 ;
m. by licence, 1 March, 1764, Anne, dau. of Dr. Brooke,
Rector of Nantwich, and d, s. p. 25 April, 1818. Slie was
bur. 2 Dec. 1802.

II. Richard, 6. 9 March, 1733; d. unm., and was bur. 27
April, 1766.

III. Ursula, b. 12 July, 1726; d. unm. 9 April, 1807.

IV. AMAiiiLiA, of whom presently.

Mr. Walthall d. 19 Nov. 1744. His youngest dau.,

Amabilia Walthall, bapt. 28 March, 1731 ; in. James
Hammond, eldest son of James Hammond, of VVorcester, and
d. 2 April, 1803, leaving issue,

James Walthall Hammond, Esq. of Wistaston, b. 12 Dec.
1765; and (Z. 22 Sept. 1822. He m. 18 Oct. 1803, Penelope,
dau. of Thomas Hector, of Shenstone Park, co. Stafford, and
by her {b. 8 March, 1781 ; d. 9 Jan. 1854) had issue,

James Walthall, his heir.
Penelope, heir to her brother.

Mr. Hammond d. 22 Sept. 1822, and was s. by his only son,

James Walthall Hammond, Esq. of AV'istaston Hall, 6. 4
May, 1805; d. unm. 7 July, 1854, and was s. by his sister,

Penelope Hammond, of Wistaston Hall, b. 6 May, 1807 ; m.
16 Sept. 1847, Edward Delves Broughton, Esq. (who d. 6 Oct.
1889) only son of Edward Delves Broughton, Esq. of Manor
House, CO. Salop, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of John Batt,
Esq. of Moditonham Hall, co. Cornwall {see Burke's Peerage
and Baronetage, Brodguton, Bart.), and d. 5 July, 1883,
leaving an only son,

Edward Walthall Delves, now of Wistaston Hall, T.'ho
assumed by royal licence 10 Nov. 1887, the surname and
arms of Walthall, in lieu of Brodguton.

Arms — Arg. a chevron vert between three ravens close sa.,
quartering Broughton, Delves, Hammond, Walthall, Crewe,
Alexander, Tilston, and sixteen others. Vrest—PLXi arm
couped at the shoulder vested gu. cuff arg., the hand clenched
and thereon a falcon close ppr., beaked or, with lure gu.
stringed gold. Motto — A bird in the hand is worth two in the
bush.

S-rt<s— Wistaston Hall, Nantwich; and The Cottage, St.
Asaph.

6'i Hi;— Junior Carlton.



WALTHALL OF ALTON MANOR.

Walthall, Uekey Walthall, Esq. of Alton
Manor, co. Derby, J.P. b. 26 Sept. 1829.

Lineage.— The Rev. Thomas Walthall, M.A., 4th son
of Richard Walthall, Esq. of Wistaston, co. Chester (see
preceding Article), Vicar of Leek, co. Stafford, sometime of



WAL



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2131



Kcele, in the sam? CO., admitted of Brasenoso Coll. Oxford,
20 March, 1672-3, then aged 17, B.A. 17 Oct. 1676, M.A. 27
•June, 1679, presented to the Vicarage of Leek, June, 1695,
nt. (licence dated 20 May, 1690) Elizabeth, one of the three
daus. and co-heirs of Thomas Watson, of Holditch, co. Stafford,
and by her had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. Richard, of Drayton, co. Salop, 6. 5 Dec. 1695 ; living
1745. Anne, his wife, was living 1725.

III. Alcxantier, of Saxmundham, co. Suffolk, m., and by his
wife Marah (who was living 1725) had issue. Had. before
1745.

III. Peter (Rev.), of Malpas, co. Chester. B.A. Camb., 1742,
living 1745.

I. Hannah, bapt. 14 Aug. 1692, wife of John Eitson, in 1718,
and wife of Henry Baldwin, of London, in 1725, by whom
she had issue, and living in 1752, as wife of — Cooper.

II. Elizabeth, bapt. 27 Feb. 1697, wife of William Cartwright,
of Newcastle-under-Lyme in 1725, and living 1745.

Kev. Thomas Walthall d. 27 March, 1711, aged 55. His eldest
son,

Thomas Walthall, Esq. of Bakewell, co. Derby, and' of
Holditch, CO. Stafford, bapt. 12 Sept 1693; w. 7 Sept. 1721,
Ituth Schollar, of Rowsley, co. Derby, and by her (who d. 3
April, 1744, aged 57) had issue,

I. Thomas, bapt. 19 June, 1722 ; bur. 23 Oct. 1730.

II. Itobert, bur. 5 April, 1730, aged 7.

III. PbTER (Kev.), of Bakewell and Holditch.
I. liuth, bur. 9 Aug. 1727, aged 4 months.

Mr. Walthall d. 8 Sept. 1758, aged 65. His only surviving
«on,

The Rev. Peter Walthall, of Bakewell and Holditch,
M.A. (Oxiord) 1757 : perpetual curate of Longstone and Ash-
ford, CO. Derby, and Rector of Brindle, co. Lancaster, bapt. 1
June, 1732; m. 26 July, 1763, Ruth, 3rd dau. of Rev. Thomas
dove, M.A., Vicar of Bakewell and South AVingfield, co.
Derby, and by her (bapt. 19 Nov. 1736 ; d. 20 May, 1792) had
issue,

Peteh, of whom presently.

Richard, of Bakewell, b. IMay, 1766 ; d. unni. 3 Oct. 1S51.

Thomas, of Bakewell, b. May, 1773; d. unm. 25 July, 1853.
Eev. Peter Walthall d. 4 Feb. 1812. His eldest son,

Peter Walthall, Esq. of Weldons, co. Derby, and of
Holditch, J.P. and D.L., co. Derby, b. 6 Aug. 1764 : m. 25
Dec. 1792, Mary, eldest dau. and eventually heir of Thomas
Swinnerton, Esq. of Newcastle-under-Lyme, and by her (6. 26
Aug. 1759, d. 20 May, 1819) had issue,

I. Peter (Rev.), M.A. Rector of Wistaston, co. Chester, b. 30
March, 1795 ; d. unm. 17 Jan. 1825.

II. Thomas, 6. 9 Nov. 1796 ; d. unm. 24 Oct. 1857.
I. AxNE, of whom we treat.

Mr. Walthall d. 2 Feb. 1853. His only dau.,

Anne Walthall, 6. 26 July, 179s ; m. 28 July, 1826, James
Milnos(6. 17 Dec. 1793), Esq. of Alton Manor, Wirksworth, co.
Derby, 4th son of William Milnes, Esq. of Stubben Edge, co.
Derby, by Mary his wife, dau. of Ralph Samuel Kirk, Esq. of
Ashover; and d. 14 Nov. 1855, having had by him (who d. 23
Is^ov. 1806),

I. James Walthall, 6. 17 Aug. 1828 ; d. 22 April, 1829.

II. Henry Walthall, now of Alton Manor, who assumed
by I'oyal licence, 1853, the surname and arms of Walthall.

III. Ernest Svvinerton, J. P., 6. 5 Oct. 1833; in. Dec. 1872,
Ella, dau. of Capt. H. ThornliiU, 92nd Highlanders, and d.
2 Sept. 1893.

IV. Alfred James, 6. 2 Oct. 1835 ; d. 14 April, 1873.

^liiiis— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a chev. vert, between
three Cornish choughs ppr. for Walthall ; 2nd and3rd, erm.
a niillrind palewise between two flaunches sa., for Milnes.
Crests- 1st, Walthall, A dexter arm embowed coupod at the
ahoulder, vested gu. cuffed erm., the hand clenched, thereon
a falcon close ppr. beaked or, with lure gu. stringed gold : 2nd,
Milnes, A garb erminois between two trefoils vert. Motto —
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

Heat — Alton Manor, Derby.



WALTON OF MAPERTON HOUSE.

"Walton, Harold Aethtje Goedon, Esq[. of
Mapcrtoi) House, Somerset, b. 18 Marcli, 1886.

Lineage. — Thomas Walton, Esq. of Landieu, near
Wolsingham, co. Durham, who claimed descent from a branch
of the family of Walton, of Walton, long seated in co. Lan-
caster, where they flourished until the 17th century, when the
senior hne became extinct, was father of

Thomas Walton, Esq. of Laudieu, who m. Jane Todd, and
had a sou and successor,



Thomas Todd Walton, Esq. of Clifton, co. Gloucester, and
Sunniside, co. Durham; m. 20 Oct. 1812, Katharine Eliza,
eldest dau. and co-heir of Thomas Todd, Esq. of Sunniside, by
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas Baskervilla, Esq. of WooUey
House, Wilts, descended from a branch of Baskerville, of
Erdisley, and by her (who d. 1860) had issue,

I. Thomas Todd, his heir, of Clifton and Maperton.

II. Frederick Baskerville, b. i Jan. 1822 ; d. 9 June, 1822.

III. Henry Baskerville (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of St. Cross, Ox-
ford, 6. 5 June, 1824; m. 17 July, 1862, Annie Bessie, elder
dau. of C. J. Bishop, M.D. of Oxford, and rf. 5 Oct. 1871,
leaving issue,

1 Herbert Henry Bishop, 6. 3 May, 1863.

2 Walter Edward Paskerville, b. 12 Jan. 1865,

3 Cyril Medd Baskerville, b. 3 Oct. 1870.

1 Mabel Emily Tawny, b. 5 Apiil, 1866.

2 Gertrude Helen, b. 29 May, 1867.

3 Blanche Mary Grace, 6. 27 Sept. 1868.

I. Emma Matilda, 6. 30 Sept. 1813; »7i. 20 May, 1841, Rev.
William Robert Browell, M.A. Oxford, Rector of Beaumont,
Essex, who d. s. p. 15 Aug. 1867. She d. 1888.

II. Laura Helen, 6. 24 Aug. 1817 ; d. 25 Sept. 1878.

III. Emily Ann, b. 3 Dec. 1818; m. 31 July, 1856, Rev.
Edward Miller, M.A. Oxon, Vicar of Butler's Marston, co.
Warwick {see Miller of Kadwav), and d. 1893.

IV. Harriet Eleanor, 6. 19 Oct. 1820 ; d. 17 Nov. 1821,
He d. 1857, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Todd Walton, Esq. of Clifton, co. Gloucester, and
Maperton, Somerset, High Sheriff of Bristol 1872-3, and 1873-4,
b. 11 Aug. 1815; 7n. 30 May, 1844, Margaret Ann, eldest dau.
of Henry Farnell, Esq. of Holland House, Isleworth, by
Margaret Ann his wife, dau. of Alexander Tulloch, Esq. of
Charles Street, St. James's Square, Westminster, and sister of
Gens. Alexander and John Tulloch, C.B., and had issue,

I. Oriel Farnell, of Maperton.

II. Henry Ernest Baskerville, Major 4th Dragoon Guards, 6.
27 Aug. 1849 ; retired from the service in 1890.

III. John Farnell, of the Royal Elthorne Light Infantry, b,
13 April, 1854; ?ii. 27 Jan. 1880, Elizabeth Anne, eldest dau.
of William Yeo, Esq. ; d. 18 June, 1880.

I. Katherine Gertrude Baskerville, b. 25 Oct. 1860 ; m. 18
Sept. 1883, Arthur Barnard, Esq., late of the Buffs, and has
a son, b. 1892.

Mr. Todd Walton d. 25 Dec. 1885. His son.

Oriel Farnell Walton, Esq. of Maperton House, b. 26 Feb.
1846, M.A. Oxford, Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, Capt.
North Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry ; m.8 Feb. 1860, Katherine
Augusta, eldest dau. of Lord Cecil Gordon (5th son of George,
9th Marquess of Huntly), by his wife Emily, dau. of Maurice
Crosbie Moore, Esq. of Mooresfort, co. Tipperary, and had
issue,

Harold Arthur Gordon, his hair.

Ethel Gordon, b. 29 Nov. 1869.

Violet Evelyn Gordon, b. 14 July, 1876 ; d. 11 Aug. 1876.

Winifred Mary Gordon, b. 22 Sept. 1878.

Constance Emily Gordon, b. 24 Sept. 1881.

Capt. Walton d. 1 Nov. 1886.

Anns — Per pale az. and sa. on a chevron indented between
three swans arg., as many buckles of the first. Crest — A
griffin's head erased or, semee of buckles az. pierced through
the mouth by a spear in bend sinister point upwards gold.
Motto — Murus aeneus virtus.

Seat — Maperton House, Wincanton, Somerset.



"WANDESFORDE OF CASTLECOMER
AND KIRKLINGTON.

Peioe-Wandesfoede, Eichaed Henet, Esq.
of Castlecomer, co. Kilkenny, and Kirklington,
Hipswell, and Hudswell, co. York, J.P. and D.L.,
Higt Sheriff co. Xilkenny, 1894, b. 15 Sept. 1870;
s. his grandmother 1892.

Lineage. — John de Wandesforde, Esq. of Westwick, co,
York; m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Sir Henry de Musters,
Knt. of Kirklington, co. Y'ork, and widow of Alexander Mow-
bray, and was direct ancestor of

TuoMAS Wandesforde, Esq. of Kirklington, who m. Mar-
garet, dau. of Sir Henry Pudsey, and had four sons and two
daus.,

I. Christopher, his heir.

II. William, of Woodel, co. Bedford.

III. Michael, his grandson.

Sir Rowland Wandesforde, Knt. of Pickhay, co. York, was
Attorney at the Coui't of Wards and Liveries in 1637.
His dau.,

Elizabeth, m. Philip, 4th Lord Wharton, and their only
dau., Elizabeth Wharion, m, Robert Bertie, 3rd Earl
of Lindsey.

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THE LANDED GENTRY.



WAN



IV. John (Rov.), Rector of Kirklin^ton.

I. Ellon, 711. Ambrose Lancaster, Ksq. of Wcstmorlantl.

II. Elizabeth, m. llalph Claxtou, Esq. of co. Dnrluun.
The eliicst son,

Christopher Waxdesfokp, Esq. of Kirklinston, livinjc timp.
Edwaed IV. and IIknry VII., Hi. Anne, dau. of John Norton,
Esq., of Noiton, and liad

I. Erancis, liis heir.

II. Christopher, who married twice, and had issue.

Tlie elder son,

Francis Wandesforde, Esq. of Kirklinston, m. Jane, 2nd
dau. and co-heir of John Eoulthorpe, Esq. of Hipswell, and had
by her,

I. CnRisTOPHER (Sir).

II. Juhn, d. s. p.
I. Jane.

lie d. 1559, and was s. by his elder son.

Sir Christopher Wandesforde, Knt. of Kirklington, who
was knighted and served as SheiitT co. York, 1578. lie m.
Elizabeth, dan. of Sir George Bowes, of Streatham, and dying
11 July, 15;>I, was s. by his eldest son.

Sir George Wandesforde, Knt. of Kirklington, b. 20 Jlay,
1573, and kniglited by King James I. He to. 1st, Catharine,
dau. and co-heir of Ralph Hansby, Esq. of Beverley, and had
issue,

I. Christophfr, his successor.

II. John, M.P., in 1639.

III. Nichular,, M.P. for Thomastown, in the rarliaincnt of
Ireland.

IV. Michael (Very Rev.), successively Dean of Limerick and
Deny.

I. Anne, m. Mauger Norton, Esq. of St. NichoKas, near Rich-
mond, CO. Cork.

II. Mary.

Sir George ?«. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Robert Pamplin, and by
her had a dau., Margaret, wife of James Blanchard, and one
son,

William, Citizen of London, to whom and his heirs his
eldest brother, 30 June, J 637, gave £20 per annum, issuing
out ol the JIanor of Castlecomer, and payable upon .Strong-
bow's tuinb in Christ Church, Dublin. In lu39 he was
member in the Irish Parliament lor Ballynakill, in the
Queen's Co.

Sir George d. 4 Sept. 1612, and was s. by his eldest son,

Christopher Wandesforde, Esq. of Kirklington, being
npon close halits of intimacy and friendship with Sir Thomas
Wentworth, Earl of Strafford, accompanied that eminent and
ill-fated nobleman into Ireland wlien he was constituted Chief
Governor of that kingdom, was sworn of the Privy Council,
and was appointed in 1633, Master of the Rolls ; of this office
he had soon after a grant by patent for life. lie was one of
the Lords Justices in 1636 and 1639, and was appointed I April,
1640, Lord Deputy; butthefateof his friend Lord Strafford
had so deep an effect upon him that heiZ.Srd Dec. in that year.
He m. 1st, the dau. of William and sisterof Sir John Ramsden,
Knt. of Byrom, co. York, but by that lady had no issue. He
'III. 2ndly, Alice, dau. of Sir Hewet Osborne, of Kivelon, in the
same co., and had issue,

I. George, his lieir.

II. Christopher, successor to his brother.
in. John, d. U7nn.

I. Alice, m. William Thornton, Esq. of Newton, co. York.

II. Catlierine, m. Sir Thomas Danhy, Knt. of Karnley, near
Leeds, and d. in childbed of her fifteenth child, aged 30.

He was s. by his eldest son,

George Wandesforde, Esq.of Kirklington, M. P. for Clogher,
in 1639, d. s. -p., and was s. by his brother.

Sir Christopher Wandesforde, of Kirklington, co. York,
h. 19 Aug., 1626, created a baronet, 6 Aug. 1662, in. Eleanor,
dau. of Sir John Lowther, 1st Bart, of Lowther Hall, co.
Westmorland, and has issue,

I. Christopher, his heir.

II. George, who m. Elizabeth, widow of Garrett Foulke,
Esq.

III. Charles, d. s. p.

I. Mary, d. unm.

II. Eleanor, m. Amias Bushe, Esq. of Kilfane, co. Kilkenny.

III. Catherine, m. Sir iJichard I'yne, Chief Justice of the
King'.-. Bench, and U. 1731, aged 64.

IV. Fiances, m. Robert Maude, Esq. of Ripon, co. York, and
Kilkenny ; d. 5 Jan. 1690.

v. Alice. '/. unm.

VI. Christiina, m Richard Lowther, Esq. of Leeds, 2nd son
of Sir VViiiiim Lowther, Knt. of Swillington.

Sir Christopher, who was M.P. for Ripon, d. in Feb. 1686, and
was g. by his eldest son.
Sib Chribtopeeb Wandesfoede, 1st Viscount Castlecomer,



who was attainted by James IPs Parliament in 1G89, and had
his estates sequestered ; but on the Revolution he was sworix
of the Privy Council William III., and again in 1702, by
Queen Anne, who advanced him to the peerage of Ireland
170G, as Baron Wandesforde and Viscount Castlecomer.
He m. Elizabeth, dau. of George Montagu, Esq. Horton,
CO. Nortliamptou, and by lier (who d. 13 Nov., 1731, had
issue,

I. Christopher, 2nd Viscount, his successor.

II. George, 3rd Viscount.

III. John (Rev ), Rector of Kirklington and Catterick, d. s. p:
March, 1747-8.

IV. Richard, d. unm,. 1719.

I. Henrietta, m. William Maynard, Esq. of Curryglass, co.
Cork, BI.P., and d. 19 April, 1736.

His Lordship d. in London, 13 Sept. 1707, and wa.s s. by his
eldest son.

Sir Christopher Wandesforde, 2nd Viscount Castlecomer,
member in the Parliament of Great Britain in 1710, for
Morpeth, and in 1714 for Ripon. In the latter year he was
sworn of the Privy Council to George I., and next year
appointed Governor of the co. Kilkenny. In 1717 he was
constituted Secretary-at-War, and d. 23 June, 1719, leaving
by his wife, Hon. Frances Pelham, dau. of Thomas, 1st Lord
Pelham, and sister to Thomas, Duke of Newcastle, an only
child.

Sir Christopher Wandesforde, 3rd Viscount Castlecomer,
h. 1717 ; who d. in London, of the small-pox, taim., S May,
17u6, and was s. by his uncle.

Sir George Wandesforde, 4th Viscount Castlecomer, who
ra. Susannah, dau. of Ven. John Griffith, Archdeacon of Kil-
laloe, and by her (who (i!. 10 Sept. 1757) he had several child-
ren, of whom but three survived,

John, 5th Viscount.

Susannah, m. Thomas Newcnham, Esq. of Coolmore, co,
Cork.

Elizabeth, d. unm. 17 March, 1754.

His Lordship d. 25 June, 1751, anil wass. by his son.

Sir John Wandesforde, 5th Viscount Castlecomer, who
took his seat in the Irish House of Lords in 1751, and wai
created in 1758 Earl of Wandesforde, co. Kilkenny. He ))^.
11 Aug. 1750, Agnes Elizabeth, dau. and heir of John South-
well, Esq. of Enniscouch, co. Limerick, and had issue,
I. John, Viscount Castlecomer, b. 23 April, 1753 ; d. younp;
r. ;).
I. Anne, vi. 13 Feb. 1769, John Butler, Esq. of Garryrickon,
to whom the Earldom of Ormonde was restored by the
House of Lords m Ireland! J 791. There were four sons
and two dans, issue of this marriage ; the 3rd son, James,
becime by the death of his eldest brother 19th Earl of
Ormonde ; and the fourth son succeeding to the estates of
Wandesforde, assumed the surname and arms of Wandes-
forde, and was tiie late Hun. Charles H. Butler Clarke
Southwell Wandesforde, of Castlecomer and Kirklington.

His Lordship d. 12 January, 1784, and his son having pre-
deceased him, all his honours, including the baronetcy, became
extinct, and his estates devolved on his only dau..

Lady Anne Wandesforde, wlio to. '26 Feb. 1769, John
Butler, of Garryricken, who was restored, as 17th Earl of
Ormonde and Ossery, 1791 {see Burke's Peerage). Her 4ih
but 2nd surviving son,

Hon. Charles Harward BoTLER-CLARKE-SorTHWELL- Wan-
desforde, of Castlecomer, and Kirklington, 6. 1780, inherited
his mother's estates, and assumed by royal licence 1820, the
additional surname of Clarke after Butler, and by another
royal licence, June, 1830, the additional surnames of Sodth-
well-Wandesforde after Butler-Clarke. He m. 1812, Lady
Sarah Butler, dau. of Henry Thomas, 2nd Earl of Carrick, by
whom (who d. 7 July, 1838) he had issue,

I. John, b. 2 Sept. 1813; to. 16 Nov 1841, Emily Sclina
Frances, dau. of John McClintock, Esq. of Drumcar, co.
Louth, sis er of John, Lord Ruthdonneli, and d. i. p. v. p.
26 June, 1856.

II. Henry Butler-Clarke-Sodthwell-Wandesforde, Esq.
of Ulcombe, b. 3 Oct. 1815, d. unm.

III. Walter, 6. 1 Aug. 1825; d. v. p. 15 June, 1853, leaving
Charles, of Kirklington and Castlecomer.

1. Sarah, of Castlecumer, Kirklington, ic.

Hon. Charles II. B. C. S. Wandesforde d. 7 Nov. 1860. His
grandson,

Charles BtJTLER-CLARtCE-SoUTHWELL-WANDESFORDE, Esq.

of Castlecomer and Kirklington, High Sheriff co. Kilkenny,
1879, d. Uiiiu. 1 July, 1881, and was s. by his aunt,

Sarah Prior Wandesforde, of Castlecomer, and of Kirk-
lington, Hipswell, and Hudswcll, co. York, b. '23 July, 1814;

1 HI. 13Sept.l83G, Rev. John Prior, of Mount Dillon, co, Dublin,

I and by him (who d. 21 Dec. 1867) had issue,



WAR



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«. Charles Butler, J.P., b. 31 Aug. 1840 : ra. 28 Feb. 1866,
Ddia, dau. of Richard Phillips, Esq. of Gaile, co. Tippeiary,
J.F. and D.L.. and d. 7 Jan. 1875, leaving issue,

1 Richard Henry, now of Castlecomer and Kiiklington.

2 Charles Butler, 0. 9 June, 1»72.

8 Harold Astley Sonerset, b. 25 July, 1874.

1 Mary Caroline Wandesford.

2 Sarah Emily Edith.

31. Henry Wallis (Oakhurst, Lillington, co. Warwick). B.A.
Tri/i. Coll. Ci.mb., formerly Lieut. 81st Kegt., b. 13 Mareli,
184-t; ?n. 4June, 1878, Mary Anne, dau. of Eichard Phil-
lips, I^sq. of Mount Rivers, co. Tipperciry, and widow of
Kobert H. CoUis, Esq. of Jlillbrooke, same co., and has
issue.

I. Alice Maria, d. uvm.

II. Sophia Elizai'fth, m. 8 July, 1864, M.ijor-Gcn. Henry
Freileriek Winehilse Ely, of Copse Dale, Cloaghjordan, co.
Tipperary, and had issue.

Mrs. Prior-Warnesforde s. to the Castlecomcr and Kirklington
estates on the death of her nephew, 1 July, 1831, and in
accordance with the provisions contained in her father's will,
assumed by royal licence, dated 30 Aug. 1882, for herself and
her issue the additional surname and arm.s of Wandesfokde.
She d. 21 Dec. 1892, and was s. by her grandson, Eichabd
Henry Prior- Wandesfobde, Esq.

.4)n!s— Quarterly : Or a lion rampant double queued az.
armed and langued gu ; for Wandesforde, 2nd and 3rd, vert,
on a bend erm. 1 hree chevronels gu. for Prior. Crests — 1st,
Wandesforde : A church ppr. S] ire az. ; 2nd. Prior: an es-
toile vert. Moitoes — Wandesforde: Tout pour I'Eglise; Pbiob :
Certavi et vici.

6e«'.s— Castlecomer, co. Kilkenny ; The Hall, Kirklington,
CO. York.



EGERTON-WAKBURTON OF WAK-
BURTON AND ARLEY.

Egebton-Waebueton, Piees, Esq. of Warburton
/ and Arley, co. Chester, J. P., Col. Earl of Chester's
Yeomanry Cavalry, M.P. for Mid-Cheshire 1876
to 1SS5 ; b. 22 May, 1839 ; m. Sept. 1880, Antoinctta
Elizabeth, dau. of 3rd Lord de Saumarez, and has
issue,

I. John, 6. 13 Dec. 1883.

II. Geoffry, b. 18 Feb. 1HS8.

I. Doiothy. II. Eveline.

III. Marjory.

Xiineage. — Adam de Dutton, son of Hugh de Dutton, co.

Dutton, and great grandson of Odard, living temp. William
THE CoNQTEUOB, acquired, by his marriage with Agnes, dau.
and heir of Roger litzalured, the manor of Warburton, in the
time of Henry II., and had a son and heir,

Sir Geoffrey Dctton, who obt.ained Aston, near Budworth,
in which Arley lies. Sir Geoffrey became a Cnisader, and
the present crest of the Warburtons is borne to commemorate
^n exploit performed by him. In the Harleian MSS. 139,
p. 68, is a transcript from an ancient family record taken by
Laurence Lostoke, 1.^72, in w liich tlie exploit



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