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Col. He.sry Lee, of Danejohn or Dangon, Canterbury,
represented that city in eight Parliaments. He m. Dorothy,
dau. of Sir George Grubham Howe, 1st hart, of Barwick, St.
Leonard's, Wilts, and of Knoll Park, Somerset, by Elizabeth
his wife, dau. of Sir Harbottle Griuiston, 2nd bart. of Bradfield
Hall, Essex, Speaker of the House of Commons which restored
Charles II., a son and successor,

Hesry Lee-Wabxer, Esq. of Walsingham Abbey, Xorfolk,
who upon the demise of his maternal uncle. Sir James Howe,
2nd bart. of Barwick, 1735, inherited Knoll Park and other
estates. He m. Sarah Milles, of Nackington, near Canterbury,
and was s. by his son,

Hexbt Lee-Warner, Esq. of Walsingham Abbey, who
•d. itniti., leaving his estates to his cousin,

Henry Lee-Warner (formerly Woodward), Esq. (son of
Daniel Woodward, Esq., by Mary his wife, dau. of the Rev.
Richard Huntley, of Boxwell, co. Gloucester, by Anne his
wife, dau. of Col. Henry Lee, of Danejohn). Mr. Woodward
assumed, on inheriting, the surname and ar ns of Lee-
Warner. He m. Miss Howarth, last descendant and heiress
of an old family that had long been settled near Accrington,
CO. Lancaster, and dying 1835, was s. by his son,

Eev. Daniel IIenby Lee-Waeneb, of W^alsingham Abbey,
■who m. 1808, Anne, eldest dau. and co-heir (with her sister,
Catherine, wife of the Eev. Reginald Wynniatt, of Guiting
Grange, co. Gloucester) of Francis William Thomas Brydges,
Xlsq. of Tyberton Court, co. Hereford, and had issue,

Hexrt James, his heir.

Francis Henry, b. 1810; d. 1842.

George Brydges (Rev.), Rector of St. Mary Brcdins, Canter-
bury, b. 1812; m. 1st, 1835, Mary, dau. of — Cojipard, Esq.,
and 2ndly, 1875, Georgina, widow of Major Jac^on; and U.
7 Jan. 1H80.

Charles Henry, b. 1816.

John (Rev.), Vicar of St. Peter's, Great Walsingham, b. 1817.

Seprimus Henry (Rev.), Vicar of St. Mary and All Saints',
Walsingham, Norfolk, b. 1819; m.Jane, eldest dau. of .lohn
Hopkins, Esq. of Tidmarsh House, co. Berks, and rf. June,
ls7u, having had two sons and five daus.

PiObert Henry, now of Tyberton Court, co. Hereford (see next

William Henry, b. 1825.

Thomas Henry (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of St. P.aul's, Highmore'
Oxfordshire, b. 1828; ?«. Henrietta, 4th dau. of Capt'
Foley, of Earsham House, near Canterbury, and d. 10
March, 1890, leavine issue, two daus.

JIargarct Anna Maria, m. 1844, Sir William Vernon Guise,
4th Bart, of Elmore, who d. 1887.

Anne Henrietta, m. 1853, the Rev. Atwill Curtois, of Long-
hills, CO. Lincoln.

JIary I.sabella, ih. 19 Jan. 1860, the Rev. John Fountaine,
3rd son of Andrew Fountaine, Esq. of Narford Hall, Nor-

The Rev. Daniel Henry Lee-Warner d. 1858, and was s. by his
eldest son,

Henry James Lee- Warner, Esq. of Walsingham Abbey,
J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1864, b. 22 Jan. 1809; in. 8 Oct.
184C, Ellen Rosetta, youngest dau. of Jonathan Bullock, Esq.
of Faulkbourn Hall, Essex, and had issue,

I. Henry, now of Walsingham Abbey.

II. Cecil Henry John Brydges, Scots Fusilier Guards, b. 19
Sept. 1819; d. April, 1S77.

I. Rose Ellen Marim Antoinette, m. 19 April, 1871, Uvedale
Edward Parry Okeden, Esq. of Turnworth, Dorset, Capt.
10th Hussars, and d. Dec. 1876, leaving issue, three daus.
Mr. Lee-Warner d. 20 June, 1886.

^nus— Quarterly : 1st, sa., a fesse compon6e counter com-
pon6e or and gu. between eight billets of the second; 2nd,
counter quartered 1st and 4th, per pale indented arg. and sa..
2nd and 3rd, az., a fleur-de-lis or; 3rd, vert, a cross engrailed
arg.; 4th, arg. a fess sa., between three wolves' heads ppr.;
5th, erm., three scimitarsppr., pommels and hilts or; 6th, arg.,
on a cross sa., a leopard's face or. Crest — A squirrel sejant
between two hazel branches, and cracking a nut all ppr.,
another Crest has the squirrel on the trunk of an oak tree
between a hazel and an oak branch all ppr. Motto — Non nobis
tantum nati.

Seat — Walsingham Abbey, Norfolk.

CYu(>— Junior Carlton.


Lee-Warner, Robert Henhy, Esq. of Tyberton
Court, CO. Hereford, b. 1823; s. to the property of
his mother, Mrs. Lee-Warner, she being the elder
dan. and co-heiress (with her sister Catherine) of
Francis William Thomas Brydges, Esq. ; m. 7 June,
186G, Isabella Margaret, widow of Antony G-ibbs,
Esq. of Merry Hill, Herts, and 3rd dan. of Charles
David Gordon, Esq. of Abergcldie Castle, N.B.

Liiueag'e. — For pedigree of Lee-Warner see preceding

William Brydges, Esq. of Upleadon, parish of Bosbury,
CO. Hereford, b. 1584; ra. Margaret, dau. of John Vaughan,
Esq. of Courtfield, co. Monmouth, and had issue,

William, of Tyberton Court, of whom presently.

John, of Prior's Court, co. Hereford, m. Joyce, dau. of Henry
Bright, Esq. of Worcester.

James, ancestor in the female line of Brydges, of Wells,

Thomas, of Old Colwall, ancestor in the female line of
Jones-Brydges, Bart, of Boultibrook {see Burke's Ftera'je
(iiui Baronetage),

Richard, of London.
Sir. Brydges d. 1627, and was bur. at Bo.sbury Church. Ho
was s. by his eldest son,

William Brydges, Esq. of Tyberton Court, bapt. at Bosbury
LO Nov. IGOl ; m. 3 Oct. 1628, Anne, dau. and co-heir of
Edmund Marshall, Esq. of Essex, and of Blewbury, co. Bei'ks,
and by her (who d. 8 Sept. 1656) had issue four sons (the
youngest, Edmond, a Serjeant-at-Law) and eight daus. Mr.
Brydges d. 25 May, 1668, and was .s. by his son,

Marshall Brydges, Esq. of Tyberton Court, 6. 1634, High
Sheriff co. Hereford, 1672. He m. Mary, dau. of Francis
Kempe, Esq. of AVycombe, Bucks (founders' kin at All Souls',
Oxford), and had issue,

I. Francis, his heir.

II. William, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at- Law, J. 1663;
'//(.Susan, dau. of Edward Noel, Esq., and dying 1735, left
three daus..

1 Grace, to. William Wynne, Esq., Sergeant-at-Law, son of
Owen Wynne, LL.D., Warden of the Mint, Secretary to
Charles II.

2 Elizabeth, to. Richard Middlemore, Esq. of Grantham.

3 Susanna, m. William Gregory, Ksq. of Woolliope, in co.
Hereford, and had an only dau. and heir, Anne, who m.
Edward Acton, ICsq. of Acton Scot, Salop.

III. Marshall (Rev.), Fellow of All Soul's College, b. 2 Dec.
1665; Chancellor and Canon Residentiary of Wells Cathe-
dral; TO. Frances, dau. of Kev. Robert Creighton, D.D.,
Canon of Wells, only su; viving son of Robert Creighton,





D.D., Bishop of Bath and Wells, and had, with other issue,
a third son,
EDM0ND, who m. as hereafter his cousin, Elizabeth, dau.
and heir of William Brydges, Esq. of Tyberton.
Mr. Brydges d. 27 June, 1709, and was s. by his son,

Francis Brydges, of Tyberton and the Middle Temple, I.
21 Aug. 16G1 ; m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Peter
Oswald, Esq. of Strangford and Much Fawley, co. Hereford ;
and 2ndly, Jane, widow of Anthony Rowdon, Esq. of Eowdon.
By the former (who d. 1C90) he had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Mary, m. Robert Unctt, Esq. of Castle Frome, co. Here-
ford, and had two daus.,

1 Elizabeth Unett, m. T. Foley, Esq. of Stoke Edith.

2 Mary Unett, vi. Richard Foley, Esq.

Mr. Brydges d. IG Oct., 1727, and was s. by his son,

William Bkydges, Esq. of Tyberton, b. 3 Apiil, 1681, m.
1st, Jane, only dau. and heir of Andrew Card, Esq. of Gray's
inn ; and 2ndly, Catherine, dau. of Griffith Rice, Esq. of
Newton, CO. Carmarthen. By the latter he had no issue, but
by the former (who d. 1718) heleftat his decease, 1764, a dau.
and heir,

Elizabeth Betdges, of Tyberton Court, hapt. at St Andrew"?,
Holborn, 2 July, 1718; m. 15 Jan. 1739, her cousin, Edmund
Brydges, Esq., 3rd son of the Rev. Marshall Brydges, Chau-
cellor of Wells, and had issue,

Fkancis William Thomas, his heir.

Catherine, d. unm. 1799.

Ann, m. William Griffith, Esq. of the Navy Pay Office.

The heiress of Tyberton d. 30 Jan 1750, and was s. by her

Francis William Thomas Bbtdges, Esq. of Tyberton, b.
10 Feb. 1751, High Sheriff 1782; m. 29 July, 1785, Anne, 5th
dau. of Thomas Phillipps, Esq. of Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford,
and had by her (who m. 2ndly, Joshua Scrope, Esq. of Long
Sutton, CO. Lincoln) two daus., his co-heirs,

Anne, vi. the Rev. Henry Lee-Warner, of Walsingham
Abbey, co. Norfolk, and has issue, as shown in the pre-
ceding Memoir, the 7th son being the present Robert
Henry Lee-Warner, Esq. of Tyberton Court.
Catherine, m. her cousin, the Rev. Reginald Wynniatt, of
Guiting Rectory, co. Gloucester (who, upon the death of
an elder brother, inherited the Guiting Grange estates), and
had issue.

Mr. Brydges d. 30 Nov. 1793.

Arms, &c.—Sami: as Lee- Warner, of Walsingham.
£eai— Tyberton Court, co. Hereford.


Waenee, Pateick, Esq. of Ardeer, co. Ayr, J.P.,
i. 19 Dec. 1840 ; m. 22 June, 1864, Maude Louise
joungest dau. of Rev. T. J. Theobald, Rector of
Nunney, Somerset, and Chaplain to Henry John,
last Lord Palmerston, K.Gr., and by her (who d.
23 Dec. 1883) has had issue,

I. Patrick George, b. 7 Aug. 1865 ; d. 2 Sept. 1865.

II. Henry Patrick Theobald, b. 16 Feb. 1869; d. 29 Oct.

III. George Percy Macneil, 6. 24 May, 1870.

IV. Frederick, b. 1 and d. 3 Oct. 1871.

I. Louisa Forbes, b. 17 Aug. 1866 ; m. 9 Aug. 1888, Surgeon-
Major E. A.Roche, M.S.

II. Lucy Lavinia, b. 2 Jan. 1868 ; d. 25 Dec. 1885.

III. Maude Roberta, b. 13 Feb. 1874.

liineage. — in 1656, John Warner, the first mentioned in
■the title-deeds of the family, purchased a tenement in the
burgh of Irvine, together with the braid meadow adjacent,
from John Mure. He had two sons, Thomas and Patrick;
the elder son, Thomas, an eminent Minister of the Church of
Scotland, and a great sufferer in the persecuting times of
■Charles II., was Minister of Balmaclelan, in Galloway, and
■d. 10 Sept. 1716. The 2nd son,

Patrick Warner, was appointed 1669, Minister of Fort St.
George, on the Coromandel Coast ; he returned to Scotland
1677, and was ordained 24 March, 1688, Minister in Irvine.
He officiated there until 1709, and then retired to his house
at Ardeer where he was living 1722, being at that period the
oldest minister of the Church of Scotland. He in. 1683, Mary,
dau. of the Rev. William Guthrie, the learned Minister of
Fenwick (eldest son of the Laird of Pitforthy), and had one
■son and a dau. William, his heir; and Margaret, m. 1st,
Kev. Ebenezer Veitch ; and 2ndly, Rev. Robert Woodrow,

author of the History aiid Suffcrinos of the CJiurch of Scot-
land. The son,

William Warner, Esq. of Ardeer, co. Ayr, m. 1st, Janet,
dau. of Alexander Hamilton, Esq. of Grange, and had issue,
Patrick, his heir; John, Minister of Kilbarchan, d. 1786-;
and William, unfortunately drowned in India. The Laird of
Ardeer m. 2ndly, Mary Mowat, widow of James Eea, of
Walstone, by whom he had acquired that estate, but by her
had no children. He d. before 1762, and was s. by his

Patrick Warner, Esq. of Ardeer, m. Miss Ellen Russell,
and had two sons and three daus., Patrick, his heir ; John,
in the E.I.C.S. ; William Agnes, m. 1800, Alexander Miller,
Esq. of Montcastle; and Helen, m. Robert Hunter, Esq. The
elder son,

Patrick Warner, Esq. of Ardeer, Lieut. R.N. , ni. 21 Oct.
1816, Catherine, dau. of Quintin Johnston, Esq. of Trolarg,
and by her (who d. 10 Dec. 1828; had a son, Patrick, his heir,
and a dau., Catherine, who d. young. Mr. Warner d. 2 Sept.
1824, and was by his only son,

Patrick Warner, Esq. of Ardeer, J. P., 6. 4 Oct. 1818; m.
27 June, 1838, Lucy Campbell, eldest dau. of Capt. Joseph
Pearce, E.N., by Forbes, his wife, youngest dau. of George
Mackay, of Bighouse, co. Sutherland, and had issue,

Patrick, now of Ardeer.

Joseph Pearce (Rev.), ?«. 6 July, 1886, Alice Marj-, 2nd dau.

of William Edger Langdon,of Harthieleigh, Devon, and has

issue, Forbes Mackay, b. 9 Nov. 1888.
William Frederick, d. 12 Feb. 1877.
Ilonyman George (Rev.), Vicar of Slapton, S. Devon.
James Patrick, d. 23 Dec. 1860.
Lucy Josephine, d. 6 Nov. 1854.
Forbes Anna Georgina, d. 3 July, 1859.
Catherine Elinor Mary.
Anne Forbes, m. 15 Aug. 1867, Henry G. Patrick, Esq. of

Giffen, Dairy, co. Ayr.
Octavia Helen.
Mr. Warner d. 6 Oct. 1854.

Arms — Az. a fess between three boars" heads erased arg.
Crest— An open Bible ppr. Jl/ot(o— Manet in a;ternum.
Seat — Ardeer House, Stevenston, co. Ayr.


Waenee, Edwaed, Esq. of Q.uorn Hall, and the
Elms Park, co. Leicester, and Kepvrick Park, co.
York, J.P., High Sheriff 1874, b. 1 Sept. 1804 ; m.
15 Nov. 1848, Marianne, 4th dau. of Eev. J. W. R.
Boyer, Rector of Svvepstone-cum-Snareston, by
Charlotte his wife, dau. of Rev. William Pochin,
Rector of Morcott, and by her (who d. 26 April,
1892) has had issue,

I. John Henry Boyer, M.A., (Kepwick Park, Northaller-
ton), b. 2 Sept. 1849, J.P. and D.L. co. Leicester; m. 28
April, 1886, Alice Antoinette Evelina Henrietta, eldest
dau. of Baron Henry de Worms, M.P., and d. s. p. 12
April, 1891.

II. Edward Handley, b. 29 Aug. 1850, J.P. co. Leicester;
m. 1877, Jessie Nancy, dau. of Thomas Brooks, Esq. of
Barkby Hall, co. Leicester, and has issue,

1 Edward Got, b. 27 March, 1831.

2 Christopher Brooks, b. 15 June, 1885.

1 Dorothy Kate. 2 Grace.

3 Amy.

in. AVilliam Pochin, b. 1 Feb. 1854, late ISth Hussars.
I. Charlotte Elizabeth, d. in infancy.

Mr. Warner purchased, in 1854, Quorn Hall, the
estate of Sir Richard Sutton, 2nd bart. of Norwood.

Lineage.— Henry Warner, Esq. of Loughborough, co.
Leicester, was bur. 4 March, 1722-3. His son,

Thomas Warner, Esq. of Loughborough, m. 12 Oct. 1713,
Mary Core, and by her, who was bur. at Loughborough as his
widow, 25 April, 1742, he had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. William, of Loughborough, had issue, William, and

I. Mary, bapt. 17 Sept. 1714.

The elder son,

Thomas Warner, Esq. of Loughborough, bapt. 2 Feb,
1716-17 ; m. and had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom presently.

II. John.

I. Elizabeth, bapt. 4 June, 1750,



THE la:s'ded gentry.


II. S.irah, bapt. 2S June, 1751.

m. Mary, bapt. 2 June, llbo; ra. Edward Fowler, E:;q.

IV. Hannah, bapt. 2 sept. 1768.
His only son,

Thomas Waknek, Esq. of Lou^Uborougli, bapt. 1 Feb.
17J5-0 ; m. Miss Bowley, and had issuo,

I. Thomas.

II. John, b. 1779 ; <f. 10 Xov. 1836.

>Ir. AV.nrner d. 7 Jan. 1S05. His elder son,

Thomas Warner, Esq. of the Elms Park, LouRliboroiifch, b.
1777; n,. 14 Kov. 17;i9, Harriet Hannah, dau. of John lland-
loy, Esq. of Louphborougli, and widow of lliehard Cart-
wright, Esq. of the s;vme place ; and by her (who d. 1 May,
1S36) had issue,

Henry, of the Elm* Park, b. 'S02; d. wim. 18 Dec. lSfi9.
Edward, now ol the Elms Park and Qiiorn Hall
Harrier, m. IJiehard Hole, Ivsq. of The Hermitage, Harrow
Weald, Middlesex, and has issue.

Mr. Warner d. 10 March, 1844.

Arms — Or, a tend engrailed gu. hctween six roses of the
last barbed vert. Crest — Un a mural crown a squirrel sejant
cracking a nut all ppr. Mntlo — Xon nobis tantum luiti.

^t(l^-t— Quorn Hall, and the Elais Park, Loughborough; and
Kcpwick, Xorlhallerton, co. York.


"Waexlr, Tno.uAs Courtenay Theydox, Esq.
of Highams, Essex, High Sheriff 1891, J.F. for
Souierjet, M.P. for JS'orth Somerset, Capt. 4th
Oxford Liglit Infantry (Militia), b. 19 July, 1857 :
m. 6 Dec. 1883, Laiiy Leucha I)iana Maude, 6tli
dau. of the 1st Earl de Moutalt, and has issue,

Edward CorRTEXAT Thomas, 6. 1886.
Cornwallis John, ft. 1889.
Leucha Mary, b. 1884.
Lillian Georgina, ft. 1892.

Liineag-e. — Edward Warxer, of Theydon, Essex, had by
Anne, his wife,

Edward Warner, Esq. of Leyton, Essex, ?;i. Sarah, dau. of
PiOv. T. Brooke, of Cottingham, co. York; and rf. 1815, leaving

I. Thomas Cocrtenat, who s. his father; and d. s. p.

II. Edward, of whom we treat.

The 2nd son,

Edward WABKER,Esq. of Walthamstow, m. 1817, Ann Mary,
dau. of George Peai'son, Esq. of Jamaica, and by her (who d.
1800) had issue,

£dwabd, late of Highams.

Tlioiuas (4/, Sussex square, Brighton"), i/i. 1847, Elizabeth,
dau. of Pilchard P. Harris, Esq. of Walthamstow, andt(. s.p.


Ann Mary, d. unm. Ibol.
He d. 1S47, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edward Warner, Esq. of Highams, Essex, J.P. for Essex,
Middlesex, and Westminster, D.L. for Essex, formerly M.P.
for Norwich, M. A. Wadham Coll., Oxford, F.R.G.S., ft. 1818 ;
m. 1848, Maria, dau. of Thomas Carr, of New Ross, co.
AVexford, and had a son and heir,

Thomas Coubtenat Thetdon, now of Highams.
Mr. Warner d. 7 Marcli, J 875.

Arms — Per bend arg. and gii. two hendlets hetween six roses
all counterchanged. C'resi—A Saracen's head affroutee couped
at the shoulders ppr. vested gu. on the head acapcheqney arg.
and gu., in front tliereoi three roses. jVo(<o— Spero.

.V«ai^— Highams, Woodford Green, Essex ; and Chewton
Eevnsham, Somerset. 2'own Residence — 56, Cadogan Square
S.\V. — Bachelors', Eeform, Union, and National Liberal.


"Wareand, WiLLi.\ii Edmund, Esq. of Wes-
thorpe ilall, Southwell, co. Nottingham, Major-Gen.
Royal Engineers, J.P. and D.L., b. 2 Jan. 1831 ; m.
1st, 15 Nov. 1859, Isabella Mary, dau. of the Rev.
Henry Houson, of Brant Broughton, co. Lincoln,
by -whona (who d. l^TB; he had issue,

I. William Hugh Munro, 6. 11 June, 1863, Lieut. Royal
Marines, d. unm. 1330.

n. Henry Kenneth (Rev.),M.A. Clare Coll. Camb. formerly
Cadet Royal .Navy, ft. U March, 1S05.

I. Katharine Mary, d. 1884.

II. Sara Judith. in. Frances Louisa "Victoria.

Gen. Warrand ?«. 2ndly, 1875, Katharine Munro,
widow of Duncan Grant, Esq., and dau. of
•■Vlexander Warrand, Esq. H.E.I.C.S., and iirdly,
Sept. 1892, Helena Anne, diu. of Major Robert
Perceval Maxwell, D.L., of Einnebrogue.

L.ineag'e.— This family came over from Normandy about
ir)72, and settled at Roseisle and Drumduan, Morayshire, but
removed to Inverness-sliire on the purchase of the estate of
Lentran, by Robert Warrand in 1760, who changed the name
to Warr.andfield.

Robert Warrand, of Warrandfield, 6. 1722 ; m. Helen,
dau. of Rev. Thomas JIacCulloch, of Birnie, d. 27 Feb. IbOl,
was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Warkand, Esq. of Warrandfield. 6. 1748; m. 1792,
Catherine, only surviving dau. of Capt. James Blunro, 11. N.,
of Teaninich, co. Ross, by Margaret, his wife, only child and
heiress of Murdo Mackenzie, Esq. of Ardross, and d. 5
.\ug. 1823, leaving issue,

I. Rorert, of wliom afterwards.

II. James ft. 14 Feb. 1797, a merchant in London; d. ^mm.

III. Alexander, M.U., 7th Madras Light Cavalry, b. at War-
randtield, 19 Dec. 1798 ; m. 5 Oct. 1824, Amelia -Mary David-
son, 2iid dau. of Hugh Robeit Duff, Esq. of Jluirtown, co.
Inverness, J.P. and U.L., by his wife Sarah Louisa, only
dau. of Arthur Forbes, Esq. of CuUoden, Bunchrew, and
Feriniosh. J.P. and D.L., andcZ. 1835, leading issue by her,
who d. 19 July, 1864.

Duncan Forbes, ft. 8 March, 1823; d. 13 April, 1831.

Alexander John Croickshank, now of Bught (see next

Catherine Munro, 6. 4 Sept. 1826 ; m. Duncan Grant, Es-i.
of Bught, J.P. and D.L., for many years Convener o£
Inverness-shire, who d. s.p. at Bught, 9 Dec. 1873. She
d. at CiUloden House, 24 March, 1891, and was s. in the
estate of Bught by her only surviving brother, Alexander,
John Cruick^hank Warrand, Esq., now of Bughr.

Louisa S.irah Georgiana, ra. 28 Aug. 1849, Aithur Forbes,
Esq. of CuUoden and Feriatosh, J.P. and D.h. {see tliat

IV. Hugh JIunro, ft. 3 Aug. 1801 ; d. unm.

I. Margaret, la. 1828, Lieut.-Col. Robert Nutter Campbell, o£
Ornii'iale, co. Argyll, J.P. and D.L., and had issue (ste
Campbell of Ormidak).

II. Flora, ((. xinin.
The eldest son,

JIajor Robert Warrand, of the Inniskilling Dragoons,
J. P., D.L., 6. 27 May, 1795, m. 30 April, 1830, Sarah Sophia,
dau. and heir of Rev. William Clay, of Westhorpe, and thus
acquired the Nottinghamshire property. He d. 1858, leaving

I. William Edmund, now of Westhorpe.

II. Thomas Alexander, m. Margaret Connal.
I. Millicent.

Anns — Sa., a chev. chequy or and az., between three lions
passant arg. Crest — A dexter arm in armour, holding in the
hand a sword all piir., pommel and hilt or. Mono — Fortiter.

beat — Westhorpe Hall, Southwell, co. Nottingham.


Waru.vnd, Alexander John Critickshan"k:,
Esq. of Bught, co. Inverness, of Piltochie, co. Aber-
deen, and Rycfield, co. Ross, J.P. cos. Inverness
and Ross, Col. Comm. 1st Vol. Batt. Seaforth High-
landers, formerly Lieut. 35th Regt., b. 28 Aug.
1834; m. 24 Aug. 1858, Georgiana Maria, dau.
of Richard Redmond Caton, Esq. of Binbrook, co.
Lincoln, E.S.A., E.R.G.S., and has issue,

I. Alexander Redmond Bewley, Capt. 1st Batt. Seaforth
Highlanders (72nd), served in the Egyptian Campaign
in 1882 (medal and clasps, and Khedive"s star), ft. 5 Sept.

II. Hugh Munro, | twins, 6. 8 July, 1870.

III. George Arthur Stuart, j

IV. Duncan Grant, ft. 16 March, 1877.

I. Emily Catherine Fannie.

II. Louisa Laura Forbes, m. 10 Oct. 1883, Rev. R. Bewley
Caton, M.A. Oxford, Rector of Great Fakenham, co.
Suffolk, and has issue.

III. Constance Georgina. iv. Myra Kathleen Grant.





Liineage, Ai-ms, <tc., see Wabrand of WestJiorpe.

Seats — Bught, CO. Inverness; Piltochie, co. Aberdeen; and
Eyetield, co. Ross.

Clubs — Conservative, Edinburgh: Highland, Inverness ;
Scottish, and Junior Constitutional, London.


Warre, John Henry, Esq. of West Cliff House,
Eamsgate, Kent, J. P., b. 1 Sept. 1825.

Lineage.— John Ashley Wabke, Esq. of West Cliff,
formerly M.P. for Taunton, b. 5 Oct. 1787, son of John
Henry Warre, Esq. (6. 1750, d. 15 June, 1801), by Braithwaite
his wUe, dau. of John Ashley, Esq. (m. 17S6, d. 7 Jan. 1824),
311. 1st, 1819, Susan, dau. of John Cornwall, Esq., which lady
rf. 4 July, 1820; and m. 2ndly, 9 June, 1823, Florence Cathe-
rine, dau. of Richard Magenis, Esq. of Waringstown, co.
Down, and by her (who d. 17 Sept. 1837) had issue,

John Henry, now of West Cliff.

Arthur Braithwaite, b. 16 Feb. 1827; m. Feb. 1860, Laura,
eldest dau. of E.J. Copper, Esq. of Markree, co. Sligo, and
by her (who d. 15 March, 1893) has issue, three daus,

Ashley George, 6. 1829; d. 1833.

Fredeiick Richard, 6. 8 July, 1831.

Francis WiUiam, b. 1836; d. 1837.

Henrietta, m. Sept. 1861, James Anthony Froude, Esq., and
d. 12 Feb. 1874, leaving a son and a dau.

Mr. Warre to. 3rdly, 30 Jan. 1839, Caroline, dau. of Pascoe
Grenfell, Esq. of Taplow, and d. 18 Nov. 1860. She d. 9
April, 1886.

Arms — Gu., crusilly fitchee a lion rampant arg. Crest — Out
of a ducal coronet or, a griftin's head arg.

Seal — West Cliff House, Ramsgate. Town Residence — 87,
Onslow Square, S.W.


Warren, Edward Lewis, Esq. of Lodge Park,

00. Kilkenny, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1861,
h. 21 Nov. 1830 ; m. 17 Sept. 1857, Marianne Emilie,
dau. of Col. Charles Garraway, H.E.I.C.S., and has

had issue,

I. Edward George ShiUdham, 6. 1 Jan. 1860; d. 9 Aug.
1S91. I. Emily Zoe.

II. Lucy Jessy, m. 15 Dec. 1888, Ernest Frederick Smith,
Esq., A.M. S.

III. Helen Anne.

Lineage.— Major Abel Wakben, of Oliver Cromwell's
army, settled in Ireland, and obtained lands from the Com-
monwealth, in CO. Kilkenny. He m. Mary, dau. of Samuel
Price, Esq. of Keenaugh, co. Longford, by whom (who d. 24
Dee. 1658, and was bur. at St. Canice, Kilkenny) he had issue,

1. Edward, his heir; ii. Abel, living 1655; iii. Elizabeth,
living 1655. Major Warren's will is dated 5 Aug. 1667. His
eldest son,

Edward Wabben, Esq. of Lowhill, obtained a patent under
the Act of Settlement, dated 23 Oct., 20 Chables II., enrolled
2 April, 1669, for the lands given to his father, and subject to
the conditions of his father's will. He had two sons,

I. Abel, of Lowhill, whose will, dated 17 Aug. 1760, was
proved 20 June, 1763. By Olivia his wife, he left three
sons, 1 John, who s. to Lowhill ; 2 Abel ; 3 William ; and
two daus., 1 Rebecca; 2 Elizabeth, m. Bernard Browne,

II. Edward, of whom presently.

The 2nd son,

Edward Warren, Esq. of Lodge, co. Kilkenny, a Capt. in
the army, m. Isabella, dau. of Folliott Shrigley, Esq. of Dub-
lin, and had (with three daus., i. Sarah ; ii. Anna Maria ; iii .
Elizabeth) two sons,
FoLLioTT, his heir.

Ebenezer, of Dublin, m. Mary, dan. of Laurence Nowlan, and
sister of Kev. Daniel Nowlan, and d. Oct. 1788, leaving issue,
Ebenezer, Maiy, and Isabella.

The eldest son,

FoLLioTT Warren, Esq. of Lodge, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of
Samuel Shuldham, Esq. of Ballymulvey, and had issu

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