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Edward, his heir.

Folliott. Samuel.

He m. 2ndly, 7 Jan. 1745, Mary, dau. and co-heiress of Sir
John Staples, 3rd bart. of Dunmore, but by her (whose will,
dated 8 March, 1764, was proved 5 March, 1766) he had no
issue. The eldest son,

Edward Warren, Esq. of Lodge Park, m. 9 April, 1791, his
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cousin Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Pooley Shuldham, Esq. of
Ballymulvey, and d. 20 March, 1816, leaving a son and heir,

Pooley Abel Warben, Esq. of Lodge Park, m. 18 April,
1828, Jessy Anne, dau. of Thomas Bryan, Esq., and d. 25 June,
1834, leaving issue,

Edwabd Lewis, now of Lodge Park.

Lucy Florence, d. unm. 20 March, 1837.

Seat — Lodge Park, Freshford, co. Kilkenny.



WARREN OF BALL YD ON ARE A AND
KILLINEY.

Warren, Egbert, Esq. of Eallydonarea, co.
Wicklove, Annaghmore, co. Cork, and Killmey, co.
Dublin, M.A., 15arrister-at-Law, High Sheriff co.
Dublin 1873, and for the city 1875, J.P. and D.L.
CO. and city of Dublin, and J.P. co. Cork, b. 14 Feb.
1820 ; m. 27 May, 1846, Anne Elizabeth, dau. of
Cadwallader Waddy, Esq. of Xilmacow, M.P. co.
Wexford.

Lineage. — This family claims to be descended from the
Warrens o/ Poynton, co. Chester.

Robert Warren, of Carson, co. Monaghan, 3rd son of
Humphrey Warren, by Susanna his wife, dau. of William
Davenport, to. Margaret, dau. of Thomas Wilkinson, of Bally-
donarea, co. Wicklow, and d. 15 Oct. 1748, leaving two
sons,

I. John, of whom presently.

II. James, m. 1st, Miss Bourke, of the family of Bourke,
Viscounts Mayo, and by her had issue,

1 Peter, of Henrietta Street, Dublin, m. 1st, Elizabeth,
dau. of Francis Parvasol. and had issue, Francis James,
Capt. of Dragoons, to. Miss Hardwick, and d. s. p. ; John ;
Robert, Capt. in the Buffs, d. s. p. ; and Caroline, m.
John Aumuty, Chief Judge of the Supreme Court of
Calcutta. He to. 2ndly, July, 1830, Susan Jervis, dau. of
Arthur Meredith White, by Jane Lea his wife.

2 Robert iKev.). to. Elizabeth, sister of Sir Gore Ouseley,
Bart., and had issue, Richard, William, and Itolort, who
all (/. s. p. ; Elizabeth, m. 13 Nov. 1809, Robert xMoore,
Esq. of Lansdown, Lieut. -Col. Kildare Militia, nephew
of the 1st Marquess of Drogheda ; Caroline, m. Mr.
Chambers ; Fanny, m. Dr. Kennedy ; and Louisa, m. H.
French, Esq.

1 Eliza, TO. Robert Sandys, of Creveagh, co. Longford.

2 Catherine.

3 Margaret, m. Mr. Davis.
Tlie elder son,

John Wabben, Esq. of Eallydonarea, co. Wicklow, 5. 1719;
ra. 1st, 6 Oct. 1747, Susanna, dau. of Martin Horrish, Esq. of
Corballis (by Eliza Byrne his wife), and had issue, five sons,
William; Robert (of whom hereafter); Peter; John; and Wil-
liam ; and three daus., Elizabeth; Eleanor, m. W. Whitton,
Esq. ; and Susanna, Mis. Davis. Mr. Warren m. 2ndly, 1759,
Mary, dau. of Thomas Gates, of Great Connell, and by her
had issue, Thomas; Francis William, to. Anne Caldbeck, and
had issue; Ralph, R.N. ; William; John, to. Miss E. R.
Chamney, and had issue ; and Sarah. The 2nd son of the 1st
mani.ige,

Robert Warren, Esq. of Ballydonarea, Examiner of the
Court of Chancery, 6. 29 April, 1752; to. 10 May, 1781,
Barbara, dau. of Joseph Swan, Esq. of Tombrean ; and by her
(6. 22 Jan. 1756, and d. 18 June, 1831) had issue, i. John,
deceased; ii. Robert, of Killiney Castle, of whom presently;

III. Joseph St. Lawrence; iv. Thomas; i. Barbara, m. Sand-
ham Symes, Esq. of Dominic Street, Dublin; ii. Catherine;
m. Susanna, to. Richard McNally, Esq., and d. 30 March, 1877;

IV. Margaret, d. 6 Oct. 18(7; v. Ellen, to. R. Dowse, Esq. ;
VI. Mary, m. W. Goodman, Esq. Mr. Warren d. 24 May, 1814.
His 2nd son,

Robert Wabben, Esq. of Ballydonarea, co. Wicklow, and
Killiney Castle, co. Dublin, 6. 6 July, 1787; m. 4 Feb. 1819,
Alicia, dau. of Athanasius Cusack, Esq. of Laragh, and by her
(who d. 21 Feb. 1879, aged 82) had surviving issue,

Robebt, now of Ballydonarea and Killiney.

Giaves Swan, 6. 27 March, 1822; to. 17 June, 1852, Sarah,
dau. of John Davis, Esq. of Rathfamham.

Sauiuel Percival (Rev.), incumbent of Balbriggan, co. Dub-
lin, &. 15 April, 1828; m. 8 March, 1859, Judith Krances,
dau. of T. Somerville Fleming, of Derry Lea, co. Kildare,
and has two sons, Robert Somerville, b. 23 March, 1865 ;
Percival, b. 8 April, 1871; and three daus., Frances Alicia
Maude; Alicia Judith ; Judith Dagmar.

Athanasius Cusack, 6. 8 June, lb34; d, 5 Feb. 1873.

James WiUiam, 6. 10 Feb. 1836.

John Thomas, 6. 11 May, 1838.

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Edward George, b 6 May, 1839.

Anna Martha, d. 30 May, 1SS2.
Mr. Robert 'Warren J. 29 June, 1869.

.l,.„i;5_Cliequv or and az., on a canton erm. a trefoil vert.
Crest— On a otuipoau gu. turned up erm. a wyvern arg. wings
expanded chequy or"^ and az., on the breast a trefoil vert.
Motto— Be just aiui fear not.

Seat— yXjYcrn, KiUiuey, co. Dublin.



WAKRY OF SHAPWICK HOUSE.

"Waekt, George Deedes, Esq., M.A., Q.C., of
Shapwick House, Somerset, J.P., Deputy Cliainnan
of the London County and Somerset Courts of
Quarter Sessions, b. 7 June, 1831 ; m. Catherine
Emily, 2nd dau. of J. Clitsome Warren, Esq. of
Taunton, and grand-dan. of R. K. Meade-King, Esq.
of Pvrlaud Hall, Taunton, and has issue,

I. George Taylor, Oriel Coll., Oxford, Barristcr-at-Law, h.
3 Dec. ISol.

II. Bertram Arthur, Lieut, the Essex Eegt., b. 22 Sept.
1S;G4.

III. Ernest Gerald, 6. 14 March, 1874.
1. Gertrude Florence.

Lineage. — William Waihit, Esq. of West Coker, m.
Sarah Bondtield, had a son,

George Warrt, Esq., m. Oct. 1789, Catherine, 2nd dau. of

Elias T.iylor, Esq. of Hounstone House, near Yeovil, and by

her (who d. Aug. 1856, aged 93) had issue,

I. William Robert, m. Elizabeth Cole, eldest dau. of

William Cole Wood, Esq. of Martock, and d. 1873, leaving

issue,

1 Elias Taylor, deceased.

2 William, Major, late 34th Eegt., 6. 8 Jan. 1826; m. 1st,
24 Jan. i860, Catherine, dau. of J. Stone, Esq. of Bad-
bury Manor and Lower Upham, Wilts, and by her (who
d. 26 Jan. 1861) had issue, William John Ellis (see
Warry-Stone nf Badhai\u)\ he m. 2ndly, Emma
Augusta, 3rd dau. of Col. Braggc, of Sadborow House,
Dorset, bv whom he had a son, Ernest Arthur Bragge.
Major Warry d. 17 Aug 1887.

3 Thomas, Capt. 1st Somerset Militia.
1 Elizabeth.

n. George, of Shspwick House.

III. Elias Taylor, M.D., F.K.C.S., m. Mary Dorothy, dau. of
Robert Montagu Wilmot, M.D.,of Hastings; and d. leaving
issue,

1 Edward Taylor, Capt. R.A., deceased.

2 Alfred Wilmot, Commander (retired) R.N.
1 Mary Katherine.

I. Maria, m. Joseph Giles, Esq., J. P. and D.L. for Somerset,
Capt. half-pay 9th Foot, and had issue,
1 John, B.A. of Balliol College, Oxford, deceased.
1 Sarah Catharine, ra. Rev. F. C. Drake, M.A.
n. Catharine d. unm. 1852.

HI. Abigail Rose, m. Rev. Charles Harbin, Rector of Teston,
near Maidstone, Kent, deceased.

IV. Sarah Anne, m. Lieut.-Col. Gervas Power Turbervill, of
Ewenny Abbey, CO. Glamorgan, J.F. and D.L,, of the 12th
Regt., deceased.

Mr. Warry d. March, 1829. His son,

George Waery, Esq., M.A., of Shapwick House, J.P.,
Banister-at-Law, b. 4 June, 1795; to. 4 Aug. 1830, Isabella,
4th dau. of William Deedes, Esq. of Sandling Park, Kent, and
by her (who d. 1870) had issue,

I. Geop.ge Deedes, now of Shapwick House.

II. William Taylor, 6. 4 Dec. Ia36, B.A. Trinity Coll. Oxon,
attached to Charity Commission.

III. Arthur, Major R.A., b. 18 June, 1841 ; deceased.
I. Isabella Catharine, d. v.nra.

n. Georgiana Sophia, to. A. D. Toogood, Esq., late Bengal
Fusiliers, one of H.M. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms ;
deceased.

III. Emily Susannah. iv. Anna Maria.

V. Rose Alice.

Mr. Warry d. 29 March, 1883.

Serrf— Shapwick Hou.se, Bridgwater. Town Residence— iG,
Norfolk Square, W.



WAETER OF CHUCK MEOLE.

Waetee, Heney de Ghey, Esq. of Gravenor
and Cruck Meole, co. Salop, b. 18^5.

Lineage.— This is an Anglo-Saxon family, spelt Warter
and Watur, and by the Cundall branch, Water and Walter,
originally of Warter, co. York.



Richard AVartyb, brother of Francis Nicholas Wartyr, D.D.»
Bishop of Dromoro 1429, was an eminent merchant of York, of
which city he was Sheriff 1431, and twice Lord Mayor, viz.,
1436 and 1451, and for which city he sat in Parliament, holden
at Westminster, 13 Henry VL, 1434. This Richard left three
sons,

Henry, settled at Nafferton, in. and had issue ; he was
ancestor of Warter, of Wansworth ; of Whitwell House, co.
Durham; and Cundall, co. York.
Christopher. AUlerniiin of Farringdon Within, and Sheriff
of London, 30 Henry VI., 1451. His only child and heire.ss,
Elizabeth, m. Edmund Lambert, son and heir of John Lam-
bert, of Maiden 15raUley, Wilts.
John, of whom we treat.

The 3rd son,

John Warter. became, by marriage with Joan, dau. anct
heiress of Walter Bullock, of Hatton, the possessor of the
Stableford estate in Worfield, and, by purchase, the proprietor
of property at Crude Meole, Witley, and Welbach, in Salop.
He d. 15 Henry VII., leaving issue an only child,

John Warter, of Stableford, d. 17 Henry VII., leaving^
issue, by Margery his wife, two sons, John, and Sir Wylliam.
The elder son,

John Warter, of Stableford, s. to his mother's property,
and d. 13 Henry VIII., leaving issue, by Alice his wife, three
sons, Thomas, William, and Richard; which last-named
Richard s. to the Cruck Meole property, the descendants of
the first John del Warter being previously settled there. The
elder son and heir,

Thomas Warter, of St.ableford and Hatton, had, by Joan
his 1st wife, Richard; Thomas (Rev.); John, of Badger;
and three daus. ; and by Ahce his 2nd wife, dau. of John
Bullock, of Hatton, and sister of Sir William Bullock, one
son, William, and one dau., Eleanor. He d. 1598. His eldest
son,

Richard Warter, of Stableford, m. Elizabeth, dau. and
heiress of William Barker, of Stableford, and had issue, John,
Francis Henry, Richard, and Jean. Mr. Warter d. 15 Eliza-
beth. His eldest son,

John Warter, of Stableford, m. Joyce, dau. of William
Goold, and d. 1627, leaving issue,

Thomas, of Stableford, whose granddau., Miriam Warter, m.
Edward Perks.

John, of Stableford, a Capt. in the Train-Bands, was shot by
accident 1633. His descendant and representative, Mary
Water, to. Thomas Foley, of Stoke Edyth.

Richard, m. Elizabeth Turner.

William, of whose descendants we treat.

The 4th son,

William Warter, of Swancote and Hatton, was Town Clerk
of Bridgnorth 1609. He to. and had issue, by Margaret his
wife, John, Robert, William, and two daus. He d. 1613, and
was s. by his eldest son,

John Warter, of Swancote and Hatton, Town Clerk of
Bridgnorth, who purchased other property around the Swan-
cote estate, and also property at Cruck Meole, from his
relative, Hngo Warter, 1615. He to. Elizabeth, dau. of John
Harriotts, and liad issue, with three daus., two sons,

I. William, of Swancote, Hatton, Hilton, and Rudge Hall,
m. Sarah, dau. of William Boycott, of Buildwas Abbey, and
d.. 16S8, leavmg, with two daus., an only son,

John, of Budge Hall, Barrister of the Inner Temple, d,
1732, leaving by Ann his wife, an only child and heiress,
Catherine, to. 10 Dec. 1742, William Boycott, of Upping-
ton, Salop.

II. Joseph, of whom we treat.
The 2nd son,

Joseph Warter, of Cruck Meole, to. Martha Warter (de-
scended from Richard Warter, of Cruck Meole, son of John, of
Stableford, who d, 13 Henry VIll.) and had, with three daus.,
an only son,

John Warter, of Cruck Meole, m. Mary, dau. of William
Newnham, of Longville, and d. 1740, leaving issue, Henry,
Joseph, John ; and four daus., Anna, Katherine, Maria, and
Elizabeth, all of whom d. unm., except the eldest son,

Henry Warter, of Cruck Meole, m . Mary, dau. of J. Evason,
of Cardington, Salop, and d. 1763, leaving issue, with two
daus., three sons,

I. Henry, of Cruck Meole, d. unm. Jan. 1820.

II. Joseph, of Sibberscott, Salop, to. Mary, dau. of Thom.as
Jackson, of London, and d. 1812, leaving, with two daus.,
one son,

Joseph, TO. Margaretta Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of
Thomas Meredith, of Pcntrebychan, co. Denbigh, and d.
1811, leaving four sons and a dau.,
John Richard, m. and d. unaer age, leaving an only
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Henst, who s. to the Pentrehychan estates and took the
name of Meredith. He served the office of Sheriff
1844.
Joseph, J.P. CO. Flint, m. and d. leaving issue.
Thomas, m. and had issue.

Margaretta Mary Elizabeth, m. Capt. McNab, late 94th
Scotch Brigade, d. 1854, leaving issue.
in. John, of whom we treat.
The 3rd son,

John Warter, of Cruck Meole, 6. June, 1745 ; m. 11 April,
1767, Mary, only child of John Degrey, and d. 1821, having
had two sons. Rev. John Warter, Fellow of Magdalen College,
Cambridge, who d. there s. p. 1802, being then one of the
Proctors of the University, and his successor,

Henry de Grey Wartee, Esq. of Cruck Meole, J.P. and
D.L., 6. 31 March, 1770; in. 19 March, 1805, Emma Sarah
Moore, dau. of William Wood, Esq. of Marsh Hall, and of
Kanwood, Salop; and had by her (who d. 3 June, 1863) three
sons,

I. John Wood (Rev.), 6. 21 Jan. 1806, educated at Oh. Oh.
Oxford, B.A. 1827, M.A. 1834, H.D. 1845, Vicar of West
Tarring, Sussex; m. 1834, Edith, dau. of Eobert Southey,
Esq., LL.D. (who d. Feb. 1875), and d. 21 Feb. 1878, having
had, with other issue, Henry de Grey, Col. E.H.A.,6. 1837.

II. Henry de Grey, s. his brother at Cruck Meole and Long-
don Manor.

III. Edward, of Cruck Meole.

Mr. Warter d. 5 April, 1853. His 3rd son,

Eev. Edward Warter, M.A. of Cruck Meole, Salop, J.P.,
B.A. 1834, Fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1835, and subsequently
President thereof up to 1840, b. 18Sept. ISll; m. 1st, Charlotte
Gertrude, dau. of Blythe Harries, Esq. and sister of Francis
Harries, Esq. of Cruckton, Salop (she d. «. p. 23 Aug. 1854);
and 2ndly, 9 Sept. 1856, Eosamond, only dau. of Eev. Frede-
rick Holmes, M.A., Professor at Bishop's Coll. Calcutta, and
had an only child,

Hugo Francis, 6. 23 Aug. 1857 ; d. 26 April, 1865.
Eev. Edward Warter d. 25 Nov. 1878, and was s. by his
brother,

Henry de Gkey Wakter, Esq. of Cruck Meole and Longdon
Manor, D.L. and J.P. for Salop, High Sheriff 1879, 6. 26 Jan.
1807 ; m. 1st, March, 1833, Harriette, dau. of John Benbow,
Esq., M.P. for Dudley, and by her (who d. 14 Feb. 1875) had
issue,

1. Henry de Grey, of Cruck Meole.

I. Mary Elizabeth, now of Longdon Manor, Shrewsbury, m.
12 April, 1860, Meaburn Tatham, M.A., son of Mcaburn
Tatham, Esq. of Highgate, Middlesex, and nephew of
Ealph Tatham, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Cam-
bridge, who(/. 1870, leaving with five daus.,an only surviv-
ing son, Henry dc Grey Warter, b. 22 Feb. 1862. Mrs. Tat-
ham assumed by royal licence, 1884, the additional name
and arms of Warter.

Mr. Warter m. 2ndly, 10 Nov. 1875, Ellen Graham, dau. of
Thomas Goddard, Esq. of Lee, Kent. He d. 1884, and was s.
by his son,

Henry de Grey Warter, Esq. of Cruck Meole, Col. E.H.A.,
h. 28 July, 1834 ; m. 1880, Annette Louisa, only dau. of the
late Norcliffe Bendyshe Walton, Esq. of Bower Hall, Essex,
and d. March, I8S9, leaving, with other issue, a son, Henry de
Grey, present representative.

Arms— Sa,., on a chevron engrailed between three chess-rooks,
arg. as many crosses-crosslet fitchee of the first. C«st— Alien
rampant sa. collared arg. holding between his forepaws a chess-
rook also arg. Motto— Xi victus non coactas.

(Se« is— Cruck Meole and Gravenor, near Shrewsbury.



WATERHOUSE OF WELL HEAD.

Doheety-Waterhouse, Catharine Grace, of
Well Head, Halifax, co. York, m. 1872, Captain
Daniel Heury Dolierty, formerly of 3rd Hussars,
afterwards of the Antrim Artillery Militia, son of
Right Hon. John Doherty, Lord Chief Justice of
Common Pleas, Ireland, by Elizabeth Lucy his wife,
dau. of the late J. W. Wall, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Coolnamuck Court, co. Waterford. He assumed by
royal licence 1872, the additional surname and arms
of Watekhouse.

Lineage.— This family has been resident at Halifax since
the middle of the 13th century. In the 16th century it was
exceeding numerous in the West Kiding of co. York, and
especially within the large parish of Halifax, wherein in
several branches it was possessed of much landed property,
and in many also engaged in trade and manufactures.



Sm Gilbert Waterhodse, or Ab Aqc« Domo, Knt., was of
Kirton, in the division of Low Lindsay, co. Lincoln, te',np.
Henry 111. He m. Isabella, dau. of Sir liichard de Longvale
and sister and co-heir of her brother. Sir John de Longvale,
Knt., and had issue,

EoGEE, m. Johan, dau. and heir of Sir John Castel, Knt.
From him descended the Waterhouses of the Bury of Hemel
Hempstead, Herts ; of Whitchurch, Bucks ; of London ; of
Castle Waterhouse, in Fermanagh. Thomas Waterhouse
Prior of Ashbridge, and Sir Edward Waterhouse, Chancel-
lor of the Exchequer in Ireland in the reign of Elizabeth,
were of the Herts family ; and Edward Waterhouse, LL.D.,
an antiquarian and ethical writer, was of the same race in
London.

Gilbert.

The 2nd son,

Gilbert Waterhouse, vt. Mary Baildon, and had issue,

Eichard Waterhouse, m. the dau. and heiress of HoUins,
of Hollins, and was father of

John Waterhouse, m. Alice, dau. of Eookes of Eookes, and
had issue,

Eichard Waterhouse, of Hollins, in Warley, m. 1st, a dau.
of Maude or de Montealto; and 2ndly, Elizabeth Claye. H&
d. 28 Henry VL, 1448, and had issue by his 1st wife,

John, ancestor of many Waterhouses in Halitax, and of
Holme Chapel.

Eichard, of whom we treat.

Eobert, of whom hereafter, as ancestor of Waterhouse of
Woodhousc, in Skircot.

Margaret, wife of WilUam Gates, of Shibden Hall.
The 2nd son,

Eichard Waterhouse, of Warley, Halifax (whoso will i*
dated 3 Feb. and proved 17 Feb. 1484), m. Isabel Shawe, and
had issue six sons and eight daus. The eldest son,

John Waterhouse, d. 2 Jan. 1539. His grandson. John
Waterhouse, of Shibden, records of him, that in the time of
John Watel house, " who dyed at Candlemas, twenty-six years
ago, at his death being very neare one hundred years of age,
I trow three years under : when he was but a child there were
but in Halifax in all thirteen houses; now, 1565, twenty and.
six score. God be praysed for his increase." He m. Agnes,
dau. of John Eyshworth, of Coley Hall, who was b. Oct. 1542.
They had issue,

Eichard, of Hollins in Warley, to. Isabel, dau. of Nicholas
Saville, of Newhall. He continued the line of the Water-
houses of Warley, and from him came Jonas Waterhouse,
of Bradford, who d. 13 Feb. 1716, aged 90 ; and from an
illegitimate branch sprang Eichard Waterhouse, of Inchow-
leran Castle, co. Kilkenny, in 1608.

Eobert, of The Moot Hall, HaUfax. He d. 26 Aug. 20 Eliz-
BETH, and his will was proved 15 March, 1581. He m. about
1522, Sibil, dau. and co-heir of Eobert Saville, of Shibden
Hall, Southowram, Halifax. She was bur. 28 Feb. 1559.
From him descended the Waterhouses of Shipden Hall.
Braitlrwell, near Doncaster; of Harthill ; of the Wyther,
CO. York ; of WallingweUs, co. Notts ; and of St. Andrew,
Holborn, London.

Christopher, a student at Oxford, d.s.p.

Elizabeth, wife of Christopher Both, of Both.

Margaret, wife of Gilbert Otes, of Halifax.

Agnes, wife of John Bentley, of High Bentley.
We now revert to

Eobert Waterhouse, 3rd son of Eichard Waterhouse,
Hollins. He was Constable of Skircot 33 Henry VI. His wiU
dated 20 July, 1481, was proved 10 Sept. 1481. By Joan (who
d. his widow) he had issue,

John, of whom presently.

Gilbert, to. and had issue.

The elder,

John Waterhouse, of Newhouse, Skircot, whose will is
dated 1 Feb. 1533, and was proved 3 Dec. 1534, had issue,
John, his heir; Sir Lawrence; Edward; and others. The
eldest son,

John Waterhouse, of Newhouse, was bur. 10 July, 1545 ;
his will was proved 19 Aug. 1546. By his wife Elizabeth, he
had issne (with three daus.) two sons, i. John, of Newhouse,
ancestor of Waterhouse of Norwood Green, in Hipperholrae,
and of Pontelract, of Waterhouse of Kingston-on-2'kanies,
of John Wright Waterhouse and Wllmot Henry Waterhouse,
Esqrs. of Hammersmith ; ii. Michael, of whom we treat. The
2nd son,

Michael Waterhouse, of Woodhouse, Skircot, was bur. 25
Nov. 1587 ; his will proved 30 Jan. 1587-8. He rii. 1st, 18
Nov. 1555, Grace Wilkinson, who was bur. 3 March, 1581 ; and
2ndly, Cecilia, relict of William Eayner. By his 2nd wife he
had one son, Nathaniel, drysalter, bapt. 11 Sept. 1516, and
d.s.p. 3 June, 1647 ; to. 16 Nov. 1607, Dorothy Wilson, of
Eland, whose will was proved 9 March, 1669. He was a bene-

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factor to liis native town, and left his estate to the almshouses
which be:\r his name. By the 1st wife Michael had, with
other issue,

Isaac, his heir, of The Woodhouse, m. Mary, sister of John
Crowther, anJ had issue eight sous and five daus.

Joshua.

Caleb, of whom we treat.

The 3rd son,

Caleb Waterhouse, of Skircot, bapt. 21 Sept. 15G1, bought
SUibden Hall, 1610, of Sir Arthur Ingram, by whom it had
l.een purchased of Sir Edward Waterhouse, Knt., 1C09, and
resold it to Lister, 1612. He was bur. 1 Jan. 1613, and his
vill was proved 23 March, 1613. By his 1st wife, who was
bur. Feb. 1506, he had issue three sons. By his 2nd wife,
Klizabeih, dau. of John Armytage, of Huddersfield Hall (who
7,1. 2ndly, — Winter) Caleb Waterhouse had issue one son and
two daus. The 2nd son of the 1st marriage,

John Waterhouse, of Wassarlanc, Skircot, had, by Mary
his wife (who m. 2u(ily, Tliomas Oldfield, of Newland-in-
AVarley) three sons. He d. 1649. His 2nd son,

John WATERuonsE, bapt. 25 Oct. 1631 ; m. April, 1656,
rriscilla, dau. of Michael Chadwick, of Norland, by Susan his
wife, and had issue. His 3rd son,

Samuel Waterhouse, of the Lower Range, bapt. 1 April,
!663; lu. 6 May, 1694, Mary, dau. of Gilbert Brooksbank, of
Halifax, and by her (who d. 1 Feb. 1744, aged 74) he left
at his decease (he was bur. 1 May, 1702) a dau. Sarah, bapt. 2
Oct. 1695, wife of Elkanah Haddock, of London, and two sons,
.Samuel Waterhouse, bapt. 29 Oct. 1606; bur. 14 Jau. 1756,
(/. nnm ; and

John Waterhouse, of Halifax, bapt. 5 Oct. 1698 ; ci. 4 April,
1759; jH. his 2nd cousin, Ellen, dau. of John Waterliouse,
V ho rf. 17 Nov. 1792. They had issue,

I. Samuel, J.P. West Riding, co. York, 6. 8 Dec. 1727 ; d. 4
March, 1801. He m. Anne, dau. of William Alexander, of
Halifax, and by ber (who d. 13 Dec. IsOO, aged 66) had
three daus.,

1 Ellen, wife of Edward Alexander, of Dannets Hall, by
Leicester, d. s p. 1826.

2 Elizabeth, m. 1797, John Kershaw, of Halifax.

3 Mary, wife of James Mellor, of WiUan, near Coventry.
Ti. John, of whom we treat.

The 2nd son,

John Waterhouse, of Wellhead, Halifax, &. 1 July, 1736;
r<. 1767; Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Charles Beaty, of
I.outh, by Bridget, dau. and co-heir of Robert Saunderson, of
Alford, and by her (who d. 1820) left at his decease, 15 June,
ISOl,
John, of Wellhead.
■Simuel. of Old Wellhead.
Frances.

Anne, m. Edward Protheroe, M.P. for Bristol.
Harriet, m. the late Rev. Francis Iluyshe, of Clistbydon,
Devon.
The elder son,

John Waterhouse, Esq. of Wellhead, &. 1 Dec. 1773; m.
17 Oct. 1805, Grace Elizabeth, dau. of John Rawson, Esq. of
Stonyroyd, Halifax, and had issue by her (who d. 1849),
John, of Wellhead, Halifax, J.P. and D.L., F.R.S., K.A.S.,

RG.S., &. 3 Aug. 1806, d. 13 Feb. 1879.
Samuel, of Hope Hall, Halifax, J.P. and D.L., Major 2nd
West Yorkshire Y'eomanry, and M.P. for Pontefract, h. 16
Oct. 1815: m 25 Aug. 1840, Charlotte Lydia, dau. of Henry
Lees Edwards, Esq., and sister of Sir Henry Edwards, 1st
bart. of Pye Nest, Halifax, and d. 4 March, 1881, leaving an
only dau.,

Catharine Grace, now ol W^ell Head.
Ellen Frances, 2nd wife of the Ven. Charles Musgr.ave,
Archdeacon of Craven, and Vicar of Halifax; and d.
1866.
Anne Elizabeth, to. 1st. John Lees Edwards, Esq. (eldest
Fon of H nry Lei-s Edwards aforesaid), who d. 27 Dec.
1835; and 2ndly, Joseph Hegan, Esq. of Liverpool ; and d.
1848.
Catherine, m. Chailes Edwards, Esq. (2nd son of Henry Lees
Edwards aforesaia) who d. 19 Sept. 1842; she d. 17 Sept.
1842.
Elizabeth, m. Rev. Benjamin Bayfield, Vicar of Shinfield,

Berks, d. 1881.
Sophia, d. 25 Jan. 1814.
Wr. W^aterhouse d. 21 Jan. 1847.

^r?i)«— Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or, on a pile engrailed sa., a
fountain, and (for distinction; in chief a cross crosslet gold, for
Waterhocse. 2nd and 3rd, Arg. on a chev. engr. betw. three
trefoils slipped vert, across crosslet fitchte or, for Uohertv.
Crests— Ut, vVaterh'iuse: In front of an eagle's leg erased at
the thii^li or, issuant therefrom a wing in bend sa. A fountain
thargf-d (for distinction) on the thigh with a



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