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tcomb, knighted in
the Tower of London, 14 .March. 1604 ; m. Elizabeth, dau.
of . . . Brainthwaite, of Norwich, and sister to William
Brainthwaitc, Serjeant-at-Law, and Master of Caius Col-
lege, Cambridge, and had issue, William, d. an infant ;
William, d. a student at Cambridge 27 June, 1613;
Rachel, m. Sir John Croke, Knt., of Chilton, Bucks.

1 Catherine, to. Geoffrey Newman, Esq. of Fifeild, and d.
before 1584.

2 Melior, to. John Bamfeilde, Esq. of Hardington, co.

3 Elizabeth, m. William Paulet, Esq. of Cokles, Wilts,
grandson of William, 1st Marquis of Winchester, K.G.

4 Rebecca, 711. 1st, Barnabie Lewes, of Wincallon, co.
Somerset; 2ndly, Lord Charles Howard, son of Thomas,
3rd Duke of Norfolk, K.G.

I. Alice, ?n. Thomas Bingley, Mayor of Poole in 1555.

II. Elizabeth, ?ii. Robert, son of sir John Rogers, Knt.

III. Jane, to. Rev. Mathew de Havelande, Rector of St. James',

IV. Jane, m. — White, Esq.

V. Anne, to. Gyles Estcourt, Esq.

VI. Catherine, m. Anthony Abarrow, Esq., son of John
Abarrow, Esq. of North Charfurd, Wilts.

The eldest son,

John Webbe, Esq. of Odstock Manor, M.P. for New Sarum
1558, and Mayor 1560; m. 1st, — , dau. of — Towerson, of
London, by whom he had a son, John, who d. s. p; 2ndly,
Anne, dau. of Nicholas Wilford or Wilsford, of New Sarum,
sister to Thomas Willord, of Warsworth, and by her (who to.
2ndly, 26 Nov. 1571, Gabriel, son of Sir Thomas White, Knt. of
Swanborne) had issue,

I. John (Sir), of whom presently.

II. William, of Tytpit, in Martin's parish, Wilts, of whom

III. John, of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex, to. Mary,
dau. of Sir John Bruen, Knt. of Athallianipton, co. Dorset,
by Bridget, his wife, dau. of Sir Edward Seymour, Bart,
and had issue,





1 John, of St. James', Clerkenwell, living 16G4 ; m. Eliza-
teth, dau. of Hon. Eobert Uormcr, of Peteily, Bucks,
Srd son of Robert, Lord Dormer of Winge, and was
ancestor to Webde- Weston of Sutton Place, co. Surrey
(see under Salvin of Sutton Place).

1 Anne, m. William Fortescue, of Husbands r.osworth, co.
Leicester, '2nd son of Sir Francis Fortescue, Knt., of
Salden, Bucks.

2 Margaret, m. Thomas Howes, of Burton, Bucks.

I. Elizabeth, m. 1 Nov. 1580, Thomas Seymour.

II. Anne, m. Robert Cage of London and Cambridge,
cousin to Sir John Cage, Knt. of Kent, and d. 10 June,

John Webbs d. 4 Feb. 1570. His eldest son,

Sir JonN Webbe, lord of the manors of Odstock, Wilts, and
of Canford, co. Dorset, &. 1556; knighted in the Tower of
London, 14 March, 1604; m. 1st, Editha, dau. and co-heir of
William Faulconer, of Laverstoke, Wilts, by Jane his wife,
dau. of Henry Uvedale, of Morecritchill, co. Dorset ; 2ndly,
Catherine, 4th dau. of Sir Thomas Tresham, Knt. of Rushton,
CO. Northampton, by Muriel his wife, dau. of Sir Eobert Thrug-
morton, Knt., and by her had issue,

I. John (Sir), of whom presently.

II. Thomas, of Bagrage, co. Somerset, d. unm,
HI. Edward, d. unm., bur. 28 Oct. 1616.

IV. William, a Major-Gen. in the army of Charles I., and
Secretary during the war to the Duke of Richmond. He,
with Col. Gage, commanded at the relief of Ba.sing House
which was held for the King by the Marquis of Winchester ;
he also commanded a Brigade of Horse at the blockade of

I. Frances, m. Philip, eldest son of Sir Garrett Kemp, Knt.
of Slindon, co, Sussex, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Sir
John Carrcll, Knt. of Warnham.

II. Mary, bur. at Odstock, 2 March, 1656.
Sir John d. May, 1625. His eldest son.

Sir John Webb, of Odstock and Canford, was created a
Baronet, 2 April, 1644, " in reward of his families having shed
their blood in the King's cause and contributed as far as they
were able with their purse in his defence," as the words of the
patent express it. He was a Gen. in the army ; m. Mary,
dau. of Sir John Carrell, Knt. of Harting, in Sussex, by his
wife Mary, dau. of Robert, 1st Lord Dormer, of Winge, and d.
1680, having had issue,

I. John (Sir), 2nd Bart., of whom presently.

II. Thomas.

III. William, d.imm., bur. 11 Sept. 1668.

IV. Peter, d. iinm.

I. Marina, in. William Ireland, Esq. of Crofton, co. York.

II. Catherine, a nun. iii. Frances, a nun.
IV. Elizabeth, a nun. v. Anne, a nun.

The eldest son,

Sia John Webb, 2nd Bart., m. Mary, only dau. of John
Bloraer, Esq. of Katherop Castle, co. Gloucester, by his wife,
Hon. Frances, dan. of Anthony Browne, 2nd Viscount Mon-
tague, and heiress to her brothers ; and had issue,

John (Sir), Srd Bart.

Mary, m. Charles Gerard, 6th Baron Gerard of Gerards
Sir John d. 29 Oct. 1700. His only son.

Sir John Webb, 3rd Bart., of Odstock, Canford, and Hathe-
rop, m. Hon. Barbara, dau. and co-heir of John, Lord
Belasyse, Baron of Worlaby, by his wife. Lady Anne, dau. of
John, 5th Marquis of Winchester. He d. at Aix-la-Chapelle,
Oct. 1745, having had issue,

I. John, m. 1st, Mabella, dau. and co-heir of Sir Henry
Joseph Tichborne, 4th Bart, of Tichborne Hall, Hants, and
by her (who d. Sept. 1727) had issue, a dau. Barbara
Mabella, m. Sept. 1747, Sir Edward Hales, 5th Bart, of
Woodchurch, Kent; he m. 2ndly, Hon. Anne, dau. of
Henry, 8th Lord Teynham; and d. 1745.

II. Thomas (Sir), 4th Bart.

I. Anna Maria, m. James Eadcliffe, Srd Earl of Denvent-
water, and d. at Brussels, 1723, aged SO.

II. Mary, m. James, 1st Earl Waldegrave, K.G., and d. 22
Jan. 1719.

III. Barbara, m. 28 July, 1720, Anthony Browne, 6th Vis-
count Montague, and d. 24 Sept. 1767.

IV. Winifred, m. William Frankland, of Richmond, co.

V. Bridget, d. unm. 1727.
The 2nd son.

Sir Thomas Webb, 4thBart. of Odstock, Canford and Hathe-
rop, 6. 1703 ; m. Anne, dau. of Thomas Gibson, Esq. of
Welford, co. Northampton, and d. 29 June, 1763, having had

I. John (Sir), 5th Bart.

u. Joseph, of Welford, co. Northampton, m. Mary, dau. of
John White, Esq. of Canford, co. Dorset, and had issue,

Thomas (Sir), 6th Bart.

Joseph, d. unm.

Anne, m. 30 June, 1784, Anthony Jimes Eadcliffe, 4th
Earl of Newburgh, and d. 3 Ai'g. 1851, aged 99.
The elder son.

Sir John Webb, 5th Bart, of Odstock, Canford, and Hatlie-
rop, m. 1st, Mary (co- heiress of the Barony of De Mauley,
which had been in abeyance since 1415), eldest dau. of Tliopias
Salvin, Esq. of Easingwould, co. York, by Mary, his wife, d:'u.
of Edward Talbot, by whom ho had a numerous issue, who all
d. young, except

Barbara, m. July, 1786, Anthony Ashley Cooper, -5th Earl of

Sir John m. 2ndly, Helen, Srd dau. of Sir Richard Moore, 3r(J
Bart, of Fawlcy, Bucks, but by her had no isfue. He was s.
by his nephew,

Sir Tho.mas Webb, 6th Bart, of Odstock, m. 1st, the IToij,
Frances Charlotte, dau. of Charles, 12th Viscount Dillon, K.P.,
by whom he had issue,

Henry (Sir), 7th Bart.
Sir Thomas m. 2ndly, Martha Matilda, widow of Gustavus, oth
Viscount Boyne, and dau. of Sir Quaile Somcrville, 2ud Bart,
of Somerville, co. Meath, and d. 26 March, 18^3, when lie was
s. by his son.

Sib Henry Webb, 7th Bart, of Odstock, 6. at Lyons, 27
April, 1S06 ; d. nam. at Esslingen in Wurtemburgh, 19 Aug.
We now return to

William Webb, Esq. of Tytpit, Martin, Wilts, and New
Street, Salisbury (2nd son of John Webbe, who d. 1570), 6.
1557 ; inherited the reversion of the manor of Odstock, fail-
ing heirs male to Sir John Webb, Knt., his elder brother. He
m. Joan, dau. of R. White, Esq. of Swanborne, Bucks, and was
buried 27 Jan. 1032. He had issue,

I. William, hia heir.

II. Francis of Salisbury, m. Margaret South.
I. Elizabeth, m. 28 Nov. 1611, William Cromwell (believed

to be a grandson of Sir Oliver Cromwell, of Hinchiubrook,
CO. Huntingdon).
n. Catherine, m. Alexander Whitlock.

The elder son,

William Webb, Esq. of Tytpit and New Street, J.P. for
Wilts, bapt. 24 April, 1596 ; m. 27 Oct. 1616, Alice, dau. of Wil.
liam Mustian, and had issue,

I. William, of whom presently.

II. John, of Salisbury, supposed to be ancestor of the Webbs
of Slilford House, Surrey, founded by Phihp Carteret Webb
(2nd son of Daniel Webb, of Devizes, Wilts), F.R.S., M P.
for Haslemere 1754-1761.

III. Nethaniel, d. 1684; father to Nethaniel Webb, of the
Middle Temple, Barri.-^ter-at-Law, b. 1659 ; m. 25 July, 1682,
Blartha Westbeere, of Salisbury, and d. 1689, having had
issue, Nethaniel, d. unm. 1719; William, of Lincoln's Inn
Barristcr-at-Law, d.unm. 14 Dec. 1703.

I. Elizabeth.

II. Rebecca, m. Francis, 3rd son of Francis Courtonay, Esq.
(son of Sir William Courtenay, Knt. of Powderham, by-
Lady Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Henry jManners, 2nd Karl
of Rutland, K.G.), by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Sir
Edward Seymour, Bart, of Berry Pomeroy.

The eldest son,

William Webb, of Tytpit and New Street, and of Gannox,
South Mimms, co. Middlesex, was a Col. in the army, during
the Civil War, and afterwards Surveyor-General of Vv'oods,
Parks, Chaces, &c. By Anna, his wife (who d. Dec. 1655;,
Jie had, with a younger son, Samuel, an elder son,

John Webb, Esq. of New Street, who m. in 1680, Sarah, dau.
of John Eyre, of Salisbury, and had issue,

I John, of North Park, Hants, and Pengelly, Cheshunt,
Herts, J. P., and of the Inner Temple, Barriater-at-Law, 0.
1685 ; m. Mary, dau. of William Eymer, Esq., Barrister-at-
Law, and d. s. p. March, 1760. Sole heir to the Rinht Hon.
Sir Thomas Pengelly, Knt., Lord Chief B.iron of the
Exchequer, the host and friend of the ex-protector Richard

II. William, of whom presently.

III. Thomas, 6. 1693; served iu the army in the campaigns
of 1742-3.

I. Margery, b. 1681.

II. Sarah, b. 1696.

The 2nd son,

William Webb, Esq., 6. 1690; was admitted to the Inner
Temple in 1715, was General-Surveyor in the Excise Office,
London, 1738; m. 27 Aug. 1717, Jane, younger dau. of Giles
Cawsey, Esq. of Litt.'eham Court, Great Torrington, co. Devon,
and co-heiress of Littlehaia Court, and d. 18 March, 1759,
having by her had issue,

1. John, of Clifford's Inn and Coggcshall, Essex, Barrister

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at-Law, of the Inner Temple, 1743 ; h. 7 June, 1725 ; d.
s. p.

II. Jdmcs. of the Inner Temple, afterwards Accountant-
Genenil in the Exeir^e Office, Lonilon, b. 7 May, 1732 ; )».
Anne, dau. of — Newsome, Ksq., J.T. ; (/. s. j). Aug. 1707.

III. Thomas, of Hoxton, SliiUiksex, formerly Surgeon 1st
Uest. of Foot Guards, b. 31 ilay, 1734; d. unm. 3 March,

IV. William, of whom presently.

I. Jane, 6. 29 April, 1721 ; d. unm. 1707.

H. Mary, of I'.neelly, Chcshunt, Hcrts^ b. 2 June, 1727;
(/. luiHi. Jan. 1807.
The 4th son,

AViLUAM Wkhb, Esq., b. 5 Feb. 173S: m. Anne, and
heirc^ii of James Sise (3rd in descent from James Sise, a
Hucuenot refugee of the family of de Sise or de Sisa, of
Forciikiuier, Provence) ; he was celebrated as a mathematician,
.•V political writer, and a linguist, as a Hebraist he aided
liisliop Lowth when bringing out his work on "Isaiah." He
./. U April, 1791, having had issue by Anne, his wife (who d.
18411, aged 101),

I. John (Rev.), M.A. Wadham Coll., Oxford, Rector of
Tretire and of Cardiff, minor canon of the Cathedrals of
Gloucester and Worcester, F.S.A., F. Camd. Soc, celebrated
as an historian and antiquarian, ft. 1776; m. Sarah, niece
of Judd Harding, Esq. of Solihull, co. Warwick, J. P. {see
Harding of Barassel), and d. 1869, leaving issue,

Thomas (Rev.), M.A. Magdalen Coll., Oxon,
Vicar of Hardwicke, co. Hereford, and Prebendary of
Is'unninglon in Hereford Catliedral. He s. as head of the
iMmily of Webb of Odstock on the death of Sir Henry
Webb, 7th Bart, in 1874; b. 1806; m. Henrietta
Montagu, dan. of Arthur Wyatt. Esq., 2nd son of Thomas
M'yatt, of Rowdeford Hciise, Wilts, and 7th in descent
from Henry Montagu, 1st Earl of Manchester; he d.s.p.
19 May, 1885, leaving the family estates at Llanerchycoed
in Hardwick and Dorston, and The Meend, Peterstow,
CO. Hereford, to his cousin, James G. Herbert Webb,

Ann Frances, d. an infant.

II. William, of whom presently.

III. James Alden, of Slountlord Lodge, 6. 1784; d. unm,

IV. George, 6. 1786; d. s. p. 1829.

"V. Thomas Stallad, of Hampton, co. Middlesex, historical
engraver to George 111. and IV., William IV., and Her
Majesty ; vi. Anne. dau. of John Holloway, of City Road
House, nephew to John Holloway, Admiral of the Red ; and
had issue,

1 Thomas Ernest, M.E.C.S., m. Ellen, dau. of John Venn,
Esq. of Highbury, and had issue, Frederick Ernest,
M.R.C.S., who VI. Mary Anne, dau. of John Grafton,
Esq., and has issue, Eleanor Mary : Florence Grafton.

2 John Raphael, of Rose Hall, Bungay, Suffolk, 6. 3 Jan.
1810 ; m. Harriet, dau. of Richard Briton Norman, Esq. ,
and has issue, John Raphael Thomas Michael Richard
Eolingbroke, b. 13 April, 1873 ; Emily Harriet Helen
Amelii A".

3 James .>iicl V 5. 10 May, I8I4 ; m. 1st, Catherine
Anne, dau. ol o. B. Ballachey, Esq. of Edgefield Mount,
CO. Norfolk, and Headington, co. Oxford, and d. 29 Nov.
1854, having had issue, James George Herbert, of High
Park, Ryde, Isle of Wight, inherited the Herefordshire
estates under the will of Rev. T. W. Webb, in 1885; b.
3 Jan. 1840 ; m. Eleanor, dau. of Rev. Richard Catton,
M.A.,of Holt, Norfolk, and d. Jan. 1888, having had
isvue, 1 Herbert Michael Gerald, d. an infant; 2 Eustace
Reginald, now of High Park, Ryde, and Llanerchycoed
and 'Ihe Meend, co. Hereford; heir to the Catton estates
in Norfolk failing heirs to his cousin Arthur, son of Sir
Arthur Townley Watson, Bart., b. 'M Nov. 18G9; 1 Mabel
Eleanor; 2 Isabelle Mary. James Michael Webbe,
m. 2ndly, Harriet, dau. of John Collins, and had a sou,

4 William Holloway (Rev.), M.A.Magdalen College, Oxon,
Curate of Wood Dalling, Norfulk, b. 13 Feb. 1812; m.
Anne Webb, 2nd dau. of John Venn, of Highbury, and
d.ll Nov. 1857, leaving issue, Ann Louisa; Jessie Emma

5 Samuel Henry, 6. 1 July, 1816; m. Dorcas, dau. of
G. B. Ballachy, Esq. of Edgefield Mount and Headington,
and had issue, Samuel William I'auaoti (Rev.), B.A.

1 Ann Louisa, d. unm.

2 Amelia Jane, d. unm.

3 Helen Mary, d. unm.

~t. Ann, b. 1774; d. unm. 1850.

II. Sarah Jackson, rn. John Venn, Esq. of Highbury.

in. Jane Sise, d. unm.
The 2nd son,

William Webb, Esq., b. 9 Sept. 1780; m. 1st, Dorcas,
dau. of John Holloway, Esq. of City Road House, and had

I. William (Rev.), M.A. Cantab. (17th Wrangler), Rector of
Ryton-ou-Tyne, co. Durham, 6. Ib04 ; -in. Mary, eldest dau.

of Roland Webster, Esq., J. P., of The Grange, Bishop's

Wearmouth, co. Durham {see Webster of Pallion), and d.

1878, leavin.g an only dau., Constance.
II. John, 7)i. Mary, dau. of John Umphleby, Esq., d.s.p. at

Holiartstown, Tasmania,
in. George, d.s.p.
I. Doras, d. unm.

He m. 2ndly, April, 1825, Elizabeth Priscilla, widow of Ambrose
Holloway, Esq., and 2nd dau. of Thomas Massett, Esq.
H.E.I.C.S., by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of John Birch, Esq>
of Knuckin Hall, co. Salop, and sister to Major B. W. Carey
Massett, and by her (who d. 29 Sept. 1850) had issue,

IV. F'rancis Cornelids, of whom presently.

V. Stephen JIassett, M.D., Surgeon-Major M.S., late 36th
and 23id Royal Welsh Fusiliers, d. 5 Aug. 1892.

VI. Joseph, d. an infant.

Mr. Webb d. 1831. His 4th son,

Francis Cornelids Webb, Esq., M.D., F.E.O.P., F.S.A., 6.
9 April, 1826; m. 10 Feb. 1852, Sarah Schroder, dau. of Joseph
Croueher, Esq. of James Street, Buckingham Gate, and by her
(6. 24 Sept. 1828) had issue,

I. Stephen Harold, present representative.

II. William Wilfrid, M.B., Surgeon-Captain H.M.I.M.S.,
Hcng:tl army, b. 28 Nov. 1857 ; m. 1st, Marie, dau. of Rev.
Dr. Hechler, Chaplain at Carlsruhe, and by her \who d. 13
Aug. 1884) has issue,

William Francis Richmond, b. 12 March, 1883.
He m. 2ndly, 23 Oct. 1888, Anna Claire, 2nd dau. of Major-
Gencral Archibald Tisdall {see Tisdall of Charlesjorl), and
by her has issue,

Archibald Wilfrid Tisdall, b. 3 Aug. 1889.

III. James Bertrand, b. 1 July, 1859.

IV. John Eustace, M.B., Surgeon R.N., 6. 7 May, 1863 ; m.
9 Oct. 1890, Annie, youngest dau. of R. T. Laity, Esq., J.P.,
of Devonport.

V. Hugh Cholmeley, 6. 7 Feb. 1865 ; m. Nov. 1889, Mary,
dau. of Thomas Noble, Esq.

1. Sarah Frances. ii. Elizabeth Beatrice.

IB. Edith Mary. iv. Hilda Priscilla,

V. Ann Winifred.
Mr. Webb d. 24 Dec. 1873.
Residence — The Grove, Colyton, Axminster, co. Devon.


Incledon-Webbee, Edward Chichester, Esq.
of Buckland House and St. Brannock's, in Braunton,
CO. Devon, b. 10 April, 1837 ; m. 1867, Georgina
Chisliolm, dau. of Major William Gabbett Beare,
of Holland House, Kingsgate, Isle of Thanet, and
34, Devonsliire Place, Portland Place, London, W.,
and one of the co-heiresses of her brother, Arthur
Cotton Beare, Esq., and has issue,

I. Dhncan Harold, b. 14 Dec. 1869.

II. William Beare, b. 17 Jan. 1872.

III. Adrian Beare, b. 23 June, 1876.

I. Beatrice Giselle Louise, m. 4 Feb. 1893, at Braunton, to
Henry King Gordon, of the Bank of Bengal, son of
Surgeon-Gen. Charles Alexander Gordon, C.B., M.D.

II. Eva Mary Florence.

Lineagre. — John Webber, of Barnstaple, co. Devon, son
of JouN Webber of Barnstaple, and Anne, his wife, m. 26 Oct.
1081, Jlary, dau. and heiress of Robert Fleming of Bratton
Fleming and Bideford, co. Devon, merchant. He was
bur. 5 Aug. 1735, at Barnstaple, aged 81, and was the father

Alexander Webber, of Barnstaple, 6. 1685, m. 28 Dec.
1728, Elizabeth, 3rd dau. and co-heiress of Philip Rogers, of
Loxhore, co. Devon (of the family of Rogers, of Pilton, same
CO.) and d. 1739, leaving issue,

Philip Rogers Webber, b. 12 Dec. 1732, J. P. and D.L.
for the CO. of Devon: m. 26 March, 1759, Mary, elder of the
two daus. and co-heiresses of John Incledon, Esq. of Buck-
land House, Braunton, same co., and by her (who d. 18 Nov.
1807) had issue,

I. John Incledon Webber, b. 29 Dec. 1759, Lieut. R.N.
d. unm. 18 Sept. 1793, when in enniinund of the Sea Flower
cutter, at Barbados, bur. at Bridgetown with military

II. Henry, who s. his father.

III. Charles, b. 11 April, 1766, Colonel E.I.C.S., d. unm. 22
Feb. 1822.

IV. Philip, 6. 3 Oct. 1768, Lieut. R.N. ; m. 16 Dec. 1811,
Ann, dan. of John German, of Marwood, co. Devon, and d.
21 Jan. 1843.





▼. Thomas, b. 2 June, 1771, E.I.C.S., drowned in the Straits
of Sunda, 16 July, 1786.

I. Frances, m. Gen. Thomas Baker, IstEcgt. of Foot Guards.
She d. 24 May, 1782, having had two daus., both of whom
d. in infancy.

II. EHzabeth, m. Thomas Harding, 2nd son of Thomas
Harding, Esq. of Upcot, co. Devon, and d. 30 Dec. 1834,
leaving issue.

HI. Mary, m. John Harris, of St. Margaret's, Westminster,
and left issue.

IV. Susannah, d. unni. 26 Nov. 1814.

V. Anne, d. unm.

VI. Catherine, m. Eev. Thomas Law, of Barnstaple, and d.
4 May, 1830, leaving issue.

■VII. Henrietta, m. Charles Chichester, Esq. of Hall, co.
Devon, and left issue.

VIII. Penelope, d. unm. 9 July, 1842.

IX. Charlotte, m. Thomas Nuthall, of St. Margaret's, West-
minster, and left issue.

X. Louisa, d. unm. 21 June, 1793.

XI. Caroline, m. Robert Hacohe Drake, Esq., Commander
II. N., and d. s. p. 27 April, 1825.

Philip Eogers Webber d. 19 April, 1819, and was s. by his
«ldest surviving son,

Henky Webbek, Esq., b. 17 July 1762, entered E.I.C.S.
at the age of 18, and attained the rank of Major-General
12 Aug. 1819, when, after thirty-nine years active service in
the East, he returned to England; m. 18 Feb. 1810, Lucie
Elizabeth L'Ecolier, and had issue,

I. Charles Henrt, his heir.

n. Frederick Alexander,/;. 13 Aug. 1812; d. 9 Dec. 1813.

III. Arthur Lewis, b. 17 Sept. 1820 ; d. b Feb. 1890.

I. Henrietta, m. Lt.-Col. Jonathan Fowler, H.E.l.C.S., and
d.s.p. 8 Aug. 1874.

II. Lucie, m. Ist, Robert Thorpe Onslow, H.E.l.C.S., 2ndly,
Heniy Colvin Jackson, H.E.l.C.S., and 3rdly, Thomas
Bromley, Esq., son of Sir Robert Howe Bromley, Bart. She
d. 10 Jan. 1852, having had issue by her 2nd and 3rd

III. Euiilj", TO. William David Erskine, H.E.l.C.S., 5th son
of David Erskine, Esq. of Cardross, and has issue.

IV. Anne Sophia, m. Edward Brett, Esq. of Dersingham Hall
and Snettisham, co. Korfolk, and has issue.

Gen. Webber d. 8 Aug. 1833, and was s. by his eldest son,

Charles Henrt Incledon-Webber, Esq. of Buckland House
and St. Brannock's, J. P. co. Devon, b. 31 Dec. 1810 ; m. 10
Nov. 1832, Henrietta, youngest dau. of Charles Chichester,
Esq., of llall, and had issue.

I. Lewis Charles, 6. 1835 ; d. 1817.

II. Edward Chichester, now of Buckland House, and St.

III. Pliilip Eogers, 6. 10 June, 1839.

IV. Harry Fane, 6. 14 Sept. 1840.

V. Frederic Glynn, b. 21 July, 1842.

VI. Alfred Pomeroy, b. 19 Nov. 1844.

VII. Laurence Charles, of The Dene, Dunster, co. Somerset,
Capt. 9Gth Regt., &. 4 June, 1853; changed his name in
18»4. to Weblier-lncledon, m. at Dunster, 22 July, 1884.
Ethel Maud, only child and sole heiress of the late Arthur
Henry Cresswell Snow. Esq., Capt. 90th Kegt.

I. Lucie Henrietta, m. 6 Nov. 1854, Samuel Hellings Eeed
(who d. 1870), and d. 13 Jan. 1882, leaving issue.

II. Frances.

III. Ellen, d. unm. 23 July, 1S85.

IV. Mary.

Mr. Incledon-Webber d. 6 Dec. 1833.

^amilg nf Inckbott of ^utlilnnb.

liineag'e. — In 12 Edward II. Adam Wickloe de Buckland
granted Buckland unto Godefrido de Incledene, who was
descended from Eobertus de Incledene, who held lands in
Braunton llCO. From this Godefrido descended

Eobert Incledon, of Buckland, in Braunton, co. Devon,
m. Agnes, daci. and heiress of John Wolf of Braunton, and
•was bur. at Braunton, 25 Dec. 1558, having had three sons and
a dau. He was s. by his eldest son,

John Incledon, to. Jane, dau. of Lewis Davill, of Mar-
land, CO. Devon, and d. 1570, leaving, with younger issue, a

Lewis Incledon, to. 1st, Grace, dau. and heiress of Eobert
Cranberry, of Bratton, Clovelly, co. Devon, by whom he had

I. John, of Bratton Clovelly, m. Philippa, dau. of William
Glynn, of Glynn, co. Cornwall, and had an only dau. who
d. s. p.

II. Robert, TO. Barbara Pomeroy, d. s.p.

Lew-is Incledon m. 2ndly, Wilmot, dau. of Andrew Pomeroy,
of Coljton, CO. Devon, by whom he had four sons and five
daus. Dying 1614, he was s. by the eldest son of his 2nd
Lewis Incledon, m. 1st, Anne, dau. of Philip Wyott, of

Braunton. She d. s. p. and he m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of
Thomas CoUamore, of Luscott in Braunton, by whom he had
three sons,

I. John, his heir.

II. Lewis, who «. his brother.

III. Thomas, d. in infancy.

He d. 1657, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Incledon to. Ilonoria, dau. of William Paget, of
Tavistock, co. Devon, and d. s. p. 1661, when his estate*
passed to his brother,

Lewis Incledon, to. 1st, Alice, dau. and co-heiress of John
Addington, of Highbickington, co. Devon, and Hartleborough
CO. Essex. She d. s. p. and he m. 2ndly, 31 Oct. 1672, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Hon. Eobert Fane, of Combank, co. Kent, 7th
son of Francis, 1st Earl of Westmorland, by whom he had
besides two sons and a dau. who d. young,

I. Henrt, who s. him.

II. Eobert, of New Inn, London, and Pilton House, Devon, 6
28 Feb. 1675; m. 1st, Mary, dau. of Christopher Lethbridge
of Westaway, Devon, by whom he had no issue ; and 2ndly^
Penelope, dau. of John Sandford, of Nynehead Court, co.
Somerset, of which marriage, there were two sons and two

1 James, d. unm. 1741.

2 Benjamin, of Pilton House, 6. 1730 ; d. 1796 ; m. Mar-
garet, 2nd dau. and co-heir of John Newton, of Tiverton,
CO. Devon, by whom he had, 1 Eobert Newton, of Pilton
House and Yeolown, in Goodleigh, co. Devon, b. 1761 ;
lit. Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Beavis, of Yeotown, and had
two daus., Frances, d. unm. 12 Dec. 1891, " the last of
the Inaledons," leaving Charles Chichester, Esq. of Hall,
her heir-at-law and representative of the line founded by
the above-named Eobert Incledon, of Pilton House ; Mar-
garet, 9)1. Blajor Wren, of Lenwood, Biaeford, co. Devon,
and d. 1864 s. p. ; 2 Francis, 20th Eegt. of Dragoons, 6.
1762; d. tmm. 1799; 1 Betty, to. Thomas Rose Drewe,
Esq. of Wotton Fitzpaine, co. Dorset, d. s. p.

1 Amy, 5)1. Charles Chichester, Esq. of Hall, co. Devon,
and left issue.

2 Lucy, TO. Peregrine Courtenay, son of Sir William
Courtenay, of Powderham, and brother of William, 1st
Viscount Courtenay, and d. s. p.

Lewis Incledon d. 28 Jan. 1698, and was s. by his eldest

Henry Incledon, of Buckland, b. 2 Nov. 1674 ; to. Ist,
Mary dau. of John Davie, Esq. of Orlcigh Court, co. Devon,
by whom he had,

I. John, who s. him.

II. Robert

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