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e name of
Cosmore, which was possessed by Judge Cosmore, d. 1429,
from whom it came to the Whistlers," and was in course of
time possessed by

Hugh Whistler, of Little Haseley, co. Berks, b. about the
year 1550, d. at Little Haseley, and was there bur. on 8 Oct.
1630, beneath the centre aisle of the church. Having m., he
left issue,

I. John, admitted a Studotir of Gray's Inn. 4 May, 1602;
Recorder of Oxford, and M.P. for that city from 1628 to
1640. He suffered much during the Civil Wars, and dying
at Little Haseley in 1647, was there bur. in the church
"next below his father."

II. Henry, B.D., Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford; Rector
of Little Whitnam, Berks, also of Whitchurch,* in the south

* The Manor of Whitchurch, as also that of Gatehampton in
the parish of Goring, both in the county of Oxford, were for
many successive generations vested in a senior branch of the
Whistler family, from among the many worthy members of
which may perhaps be singled Daniel Whistler, F.R.S., Fellow
of Merton Coll. Oxford, and President of the College of Physi-
cians, frequently mentioned in the Diaries of Pepys and
Evelyn.



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Will



part of Oxfordshire ; h. IftSG: he </. 2R Aug. 1672, and was
bur. in the church of \Vhit,Uurch, having been Rector of
the parish 56 yeai-s. He m. Dorolliy House, and by her left
issue,

1 John, M.A. of Trin. Coll Oxfonl, s. to the Haseley estate,
where he rf. 1 Feb. 1720, .nged 8-1 years. By Elizabeth
his wife, and cousin-gerinan, he left issue,
Daniel, M..\. Oxford, w.-is presented by Tliotnas Byde,
in 1707. to the living of Bengeo, in Herts. He d. at
Liitle Haseley, 29 Aug. 1729, unm.
Elizabeth, inherited, upon the death of her brother, the
Haseley estate, having?)!. 1st. William liowc, of Higham
Hall. Essex, and the Middle Temple, London ; and
2ndly, Hugh Kelly, of Ireland, who sold the estate.
Ralph, d. unm. Dorothy.

III. Ralph, of Gray's Inn, London, Magharafelt, co. London-
derry, and Combe, in the county of Hants, J.P. Fought at
EdKchill asa Capt. of Horse in the Parliamentary army; was
original tenant and colonizer of the lands of the Salters'
Company in Ulster ; d. at Magharafelt, 23 Feb. 1657, and
was there bur. in the cliurch he had caused to be erected.
His will bearing date 1-5 Dec. 1056, was proved in London,
4 May, ]6o8. By his wife Elizabeth (who in her will,
proved at Winchester, 20 May, 1701, mentions her land at
Buttermere, Wilts), ho left issue, an only dau.,

Annie, m. to her cousin, Gabriel Whistler, of whom
presently.

IV. Hugh, M.A. Oxford, was presented to the Ecctoiy of
Facomb, Hants, Aug. 1618, by the Marquis of Buckingham.
He also held the Manor of Ham in Wiltshire; d.at Facomb
in the year 1662, was there bur. By his 1st wife, Hannah,
who was bur. at Facomb, 6 Jan. 1625-6, he had issue,

1 Hugh, d. an infant.

2 John, of whom presently.

By his 2nd wife, Sarah, who was bur. at F-acomb, 6 Sept.
1646, he had issue,

3 George.

4 Gabriel, bapt. at Facomb, 22 Aug. 1630, inherited from
his uncle Ralph the estates of Magharafelt, co. London-
derry, and Combe, Hants, J.P. It is related of him that
at the siege of Derry he headed sixty of his tenantry
(Manor of Sal) ; d. at Combe, and was there bur. 14 Aug.
1710, having m. 1658, his cousin, Annie, the only child of
Ralph Whistler, above-named, who bore him no issue.

5 Ralph.

6 Henrj', of Epsom, co. Surrey, J.P., and Bengeo, Herts,
bapt. at Facomb, 11 March, 1631-5; amassed considerable
wealth as a merchant in London, and by his will, dated
26 Aug. 1718, and proved in London, 12 June, following,
bequeathed the bulk of the same to his only dau.,

Mary, m. Edward Cheeke, of Copt Hall, Essex ; she d.
30 bet. 1707, and was bur. at Waltham Abbey, from
whence her body was afterwards removed to Battle,
Sussex. She had issue, two daus.,
Elizabeth, who ??!. Thomas Byde, of Ware Park, and
by him left issue, a dau., vi. W. Plummer, of Blakes-
weare Park, M.P., whose grandson, Richard Whate-
ley, became Archbishop ot Dublin.
Jane, m. Sir Thomas Webster, Bart, of Battle Abbey,
Sussex, M.P. for Colchester. She d. 30 Jan. 1760,
aged 78, having had issue, a son. Sir Whistler
Webster, Bart, of Battle Abbey, who dying 1778, was
«. in the title by his brother, Sir Godfrey Webster
(vide Bceke's Baronetage).

7 Edward, bapt. at Facomb, 16 Feb. 1645-6.

1 Mary, bapt. at Facomb, 4 June, 1637.

2 Eleu'nor, bapt. at Facomb, 1639 ; m. 1st, John R.iwlin-
son, of Combe, and 2ndly, Peter Joye, of London, mer-
chant. She was bur. at Combe in 1738.

3 Joane, bapt. at Facomb, March, 1642; m. the Very Rev.
Francis Ayscough, D.D., Dean of Bristol, and dying in
1C09, left issue by him,

Augusta Ann, rii. Sir James Cockburn, Eart. of Langton,
from whom descend " the many worthies of that dis-
tinguished race."
Rev. John Wbistlek (the eldest surviving son of Rev. Hugh
Wliistler), was bapt. at P"acomb 1 Feb. 1624-5, he graduated
M..\. at Trinity College, Oxford, and was afterwards Vicar of
Clapham, in Sussex, where he was bur. 27 I'eb. 1685-0, having
r/j., he left issue,

JoH.v, of whom presently.

Elizabeth, ra. Jonas Knight, of Arundel, Sussex. She was
bur. there 21 Feb. 1710, and he 3 Oct. 1738.

His only son,

John Whistler, of Newbury and Tangley, Berks, and
Eeckley, Hants, d. 29 April, 1721, and was bur. at Newbury.
His will, dated 7 April, 1721, was proved in London, 19 June,
following. By his wife Mary, who d. 1742, he left issue,

John, of whom presently.

Mary, bapt. at Newbury, 1717 ; and there bur. 1724.
His son,
John Whistler, of Tangley and Beckley, was bapt. at New-



bury, 1 Jan. 1717, and dying at Bexhill, in Sussex, was there
bur. March, 1786. His will, dated 13 Dec. 17S5, was proved
in London 23 March following. He m. Elizabeth Turner (wh(»
d. 1793), and had issue,

1 John, who settled at Doncaster, in Yorkshire.

2 Hugh, who was bur. at Bexhill, 20 Dec. 1805, unm.

3 Webster, of whom presently.

1 Mary, Jii. Thomas Reeves, of Clerkenwell.

2 Elizabeth, rf. in the lifetime of her father.

3 Jane, m. 1st, — Baxter ; 2ndly, — Otter.
The youngest son,

Webster Whistler, 6. 17 Jan. 1747, graduated M.A. at St.
.Tolin's Coll. Canib., Rector of Hastings and Newtimber, Sussex,
to the former of which livings he was presented by his kinsman.
Sir Whistler Webster, Bart, of Battle. Dying at Hsslings 2
March, 1831, he was there bur. in the parish church of All
Saints. He m. 1st, 20 Oct. 1769, Ann Lowther, by whom he
left issue an only son,

I. Webster, 6. 15 Feb. 1770, Capt. 24th Eegt. of Light
Dragoons; rf. 8 Sept. 1837, leaving issue by his wife Jane,
a sister of Col. Mackay, of Ravensden Park, co. Bedford,
who d. 1660, aged, 80, three sous and two daus., of whom,

1 Godfrey Webster, 6. 31 Oct. 1802; Major in the 19th
Madras Native Infantry, d. in India, in 1843, unm.

2 James, Major-General in the army, and C.B., 6. 2.'V
April, 1804; commanded the 3rd Madras Cavalry during
the Indian Mutiny ; and dying at Bath, was there bur.
By his wife Fanny Virginia Evelina, dau. of H. Chaniicr,
Chief Secretary, and Member of the Madras Council, he
left issue,

Henry Charles Campbell, b. 25 Oct. 1849, Capt. in the

Bengal Staff Corps ; d. from injuries received in a tiger

hunt, 11 April, 1882, unm.
Albert Edward, 6. 27 Dec. 1S57, Capt. Bengal Stuff

Corps, m. 3 Oct. 1893, Florence Annie Gordon, dau. of

Charles Forbes Rivett-Carnae, Esq.
James Arthur, 6. 25 Oct. 1861, late Lieut. Srd King's

Shropshire Light Infantry.
Thomas Godfrey, b. 13 May, 1SC3, Capt. Hampshire

Kegt.
Evelina, h. 12 Dec. 1856.
Isabella.

Annie Catherine, 6. 1864.
He 7)1. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of George Lashmer, of Shipley, co.
Sussex, and d,. 2 March, 1831, having by her had issue,

II. George Lashmer, h. 6 April, 1798; d. utua- 14 Oct.
1819.

III. Edward Webster, 6. 15 May, 1799: and d. Tnjan. 1S79 -
By his wife Mary Ann, dau. and heiress of John Alcock, o'(
Sheen, co. Stafford, he had issue, live sons and two daus.,

1 George Lashmer, b. 9 April, 1822 ; d. at Harrogate^,
1882.

2 Edward John, of Tendring Hall, co. Essex, 6. 22 Jan.
1824; m. Mary Sykes, daa. of the Rev. Henry Cooper,
B.D., Vicar of Rye, co. Sussex, and d. s. p. 12 April,
1868.

3 Rose Fuller, now of Elton.

4 Henry Ratcliffe, b. 20 Jan. 1828; m. Annie, dan. of the
Rev. I. S. R.Evans, of Fazakerly House, Pi-escot; J. P..
for COS. York, Chester, and Lancaster, and Cliairman oi
Quarter Sessions, and d. Feb. 1880.

5 Kensington, who d., aged 8.

1 Annie, m. Alexander Wallace, M.A. of Trin. Coll. Ox-
ford, M.D.

2 Jlary, m. Joseph Savile Evans, of Hong Kong, China,
Knight of the Order of Christ of Portugal.

I. Penelope, h. 1795; to. Thomas Smith, of Glenrock, Sydney,
N.S.W. (vide Burke's Colonial Genir'j), eldest son of Thomas
Smith, of Great Houghton House, co. Northamiiton. She
d. in 1860, leaving issue by him (who d. 1842),

Thomas Whistler, of Glenrock, sometime M.L. A. of N.S. W.,

m. 1847, Sarah Maria, dau. of JohnStiet, of Bathurst,

N.S.W., by Maria his wife, dau. of John Rendell, ami

niece of Sir Matthew Page Wood, Bart, of Hatlierly

House, CO. Gloucester, M.P., and d. 1869, leaving issue

male,

Henry Whistler Smith-Rewse, Capt. and Brevet-Major

R.E. (assumed by royal licence the surname ot Rews-e

in addition to that of Smith); m. 1874, Florence

Agnata Frances, dau. of Gen. George William Powlett

lii'igliam, C.B. {vide Binoiiam), and has issue,

1 Henry Bingham Whistler, b. 1876.

2 Geoffrey Bingham Whistler, b. 1878.

3 Meyrick Wliistler, b. 1889.

II. Mary Ann, b. 1796; m. William Stevens; and d. 1874.
HI. Jane, b. 1890; m. R. A. Coward, of Ouscley Lodge, Oltl

Windsor; and d. 1833.

IV. Sophia, b. 1803 ; d. at Hasting.<i. 1878, unm.

V. Eleanor, b. 1813 : m. Henry Gilbert Smith, formerly o5
Sydney, and sometime M.L.C of that colony {vide Burke's
Colonial Gentn/), and d. 1839, s.p.

VI. Saiah, b. 1808; d. at Hastings, 18S2, unm.
A'fsii/cnce— Elton Rectory, Peterborough.



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WHITAKEE OF BALKHOLME MANOR
AND EVERTHORPE.

WniTAKEE, Thojias STEPHEN, Esq. of Balk-
holme Manor, and Everthorpe, co. York, h. 26 Oct.
1830 ; s. his father 18 April, 1852; m. 1853, Annie,
dan. of William Lund, Esq.

liineage. — Gabriei, Whitaker, of Balkholme Manor, m.
1710, Hannali, dau. of John Dunn; and d. 29 May, 1761,
leaving a son,

William WnixAicER, of Balkholme Manor, m. 1746, Ellin,
dau. of John Peirson; and <l. 2 Jan. 1780, leaving a son,

John 'Whitakeii, Esq. of Balkholme Manor, vi. Ann, dau. of
John Horner, d. s. p. 6 Oct. 18-U, leaving his property to his
nephew, Thomas ^Vikeley ,ivho assumed the name of Whitakeh,
by royal licence, and became

Thomas Wuitakek, Esq. of Balkholme Manor. He m. ISCfi,
Alary, dau. of Stephen Gee, Esq. ; and d. 18 April, 18.52,
leaving an only child, Thomas Sievbes Whitakeb, Esq., now
of Balkholme Manor.

Anns — Sa.. three mascles arg. Crest — A dexter arm in
armour bearing a flaming sword ppr.

Residence — Everthorpe Hall, Brough, East Yorkshire.



Seat — Broadclough, Bacup.

iJeiideraca — VVinsIey Hall, Westbury, near Shrewsbury.



WHITAKER OF BROADCLOUGH.

WniTAKEE, John, Esq. of Broadeloiigh, co. Lan-
caster, and Winsley Hall, Salop, J. P., and Lord of
tlie Manor of Westbury in that co., h. 31 July,
1829 ; in. Ist, 16 June 1858, Elizabeth Ann, dau. of
Robert Munn, Esq. of Heath Hill, Stackheads, near
Manchester, and by her (who d. 16 April, 1883)
bas issue,

I. JA^^Es, Lieut. 20th Hussars, b. 2 Aug. 1863.

II. John, b. 6 Sept. ise.'i.

in. Dugald Eobert, i. 24 Dec. 1869.
IV. Norman Munn, b. 6 May, 1878.

I. Gertrude.

II. Annette, m. 3 Sept. 1890, Rossall Sandford, Esq.
ni. Margaret Louisa.

IV. Mabel Harriet.

He m. 2ndly, 30 April, 1887, IMary Stewart Seattle,
dau. of William Richardson, Esq. of The Mains,
Lockerbie, N.B.

Lineage. — It appears by deed that John Whitakeb, of
Broadclough, in Rossendale, co. Lancaster, was present at a
Meeting of the copyhold tenants of the Forest of Eossendale,
held about the year 1510. His son, John Whitakeb, living
$575, was father of James Whitakeb. who «'.. Isabella, dau, of
John Tattersall, a co-heiress, and dying Jan. 1612, left, with
several other children, a son and heir, John Whitakeb,
who left by Elizabeth his wife, a son and heir, John Whitakeb,
Broadclough, 6. 1632, who m. Agnes, dau. of John Townley,
Esq., of Hurstwood, and dying 1693, left a numerous family,
of which the eldest son, John Whitakeb, of Broadclough,
was father, by Deborah his wife, of an only son and heir,
John VrniTARER, of Broadclough, bapt. 13 April, 1691, who
m. Margaret, dau. of Edmund Whitaker, of Bacup, and left
at his decease, 17 March, 1758, with other issue, a son and
successor,

James Whitaker, Esq., of Broadclough, 6. 8 June, 1727,
who rn. Sarah Hoyle, and was s. at his decease, 6 Oct. 1772,
by his eldest son,

John Whitakeb, Esq. of Broadclough, b. 15 July, 1705,
oho m. Dorothy, dau. and heir of John Hoyle, of Fairwell,
and left at his decease, 2 Dec. 1795, James, his heir; and
Dorotliy Anne, wife of George Ormerod, Esq. The only son,

James Whitaker, Esq. of Broadclough, J. P., b. 15 July,
1789; HI. 2 Nov. 1326, Harriet, youngest dau. of John
Ormerod, Esq. of Eankside, near Manchester, and by her
<who d. -26 March, 1870) had issue,

John, now of Win.sley Hall, Salop.

James, of Hampton Hall, Wortlien, Salop, J.P., b. 1 Nov.
1831 ; m. 3 March, 1863, EHzabeth, dau. of Lieut.-Col.
Every Clayton, of Kowley, near Burnley, co. Lancaster, and

has, witli other issue,
Heni7 Ernest, h. 1869.

AVilliam Henry, M.A., b. 22 Sept. 1833.

Eliza Henrietta, m. Capt. Thomas Edward Every Clayton, of
Carr Hall, Burnley, co. Lancaster, and has issue.
.Mr. Whitaker d. 19 April, 1855.

Arii!s—?^s. three ma.'x-les arg. Crcsf— Out of a ducal coronet
or, a stag's head ppr.



"WHITAKER OF THE HOLME.

Master-Whitaker, Mary Charlotte, of The
Holme, CO. Lancaster, m. 23 Aug. 18S7, Rev. Alfred
Master (Rector of Stainbourne, Essex, from 1868
to 1889), youngest son of the late Ven. Robert
Mosley Master, Archdeacon of Manchester, and
Rector of Croston, co. Lancaster, and assumed, bv
royal licence in 1889, the surname of Whitakeb
in addition to that of Master.

Lineag-e.— Thomas Whitakeb, b. circa 1504 (son of
RicHAED Whitaker, of Holme, living at Burnley, 1545, who s
to Holme, on the death s. p. 1527, of his elder brother, John,
grandson of Thomas Whitacbe, who d. 1529, great-grandson
of Robert Whitacre, Esq., and great-great-grandson of
Thomas Whitacre, living 1431), m. Elizabeth, dau. of John
Nowell, Esq, of Read, and d. 15S3, having had issue, Robert;
Richard; and William, D.D., Master of St. John's Coll.
Camb., b. 1547, d. 1595. The eldest son, Robert Whitakeb,
Ksq., m. Margaret, dau. of James Greenwood, of Green-
wood Lea, and was father of Thomas Whitaker, Esq.,
who was buried 14 July, 1G31, and left, by Anne his wife,
dau. of James Bancroft, of Paliz House, and his wife, Isabel
Woodroof, of Banktop, with other issue, a son, William
Whitaker, bapt. 25 April, 1603, m. Mary Crabtree, and d.
1641, leaving a son, Thomas Whitaker, Esq., bapt. 25 Aug.
1631, who m. 1st, Dorothy Travis, of Inchfield, and 2ndly,
Judith, dau. of James Wliitaker, Esq. of Broadclough, and
by ttie latter only had issue. His eldest son,

Thomas Whitaker, Esq., m. Alice, dau. of John Hartley, of
Grimshaw, and d. 1719, leaving (with other issue) a son,

Thomas U'hitaker, Esq., bapt. 28 May, 1693, who in. Anne
Tlionias, of Erringden, and had (besides other issue) two sons,
Thomas and William. The former,

Thomas Whitakeb, of Holme, bapt. 30 .Tune, 1726, .■!. his
father in the family estates, but d. s. p., 1759, and was s. by
his brother.

Rev. William Whitakeb, of Holme, b. 27 Nov. 1730, who
m. Lucy, dau. of Robert Dunham, Esq. of Sedgford, and
relict of Ambrose Allen, eldest son of Philip Allen, Esq. of
King's Lynn. He d. 1 June, 1782, and was s. by his son.

Rev. Thomas Dunham Whitaker, LL.D., F.A.S., J.P., the
well-known Antiquary and local Historian, 'Viear of Whalley
and Blackburn, Minister of St. John's, b. 8 June, 1759 , m. 13
Jan. 1783, Lucy, dau. of Thomas Thoresby, Esq. of Leeds,
and had issue,

Thomas, his heir, M.A., Curate of Colne and Accrington, b.
31 Dec. 1785, who m. 26 March, 1810, Jane, eldest dau. of
James Hordern, Esq. of Wolverhampton, and had an only
son, Thomas Hoedern, successor to his grandfather; he d.
2 Sept. 1817.

William, 6. 28 May, 1798.

Robert, b. 4 Dec. 1800.

John Richard, b. 1807.

Lucy, m. Thomas Starkie, Esq., M.A., Q.C.

Mary Charlotte.

Dr. Whitaker d. 18 Dec, 1821, and was s. by his grandson,

Thomas Hordern Whitaker, Esq. of The Holme, J. P.,
F.S.A., b. 2 Dec. 1814; m. 1st, 1848, Mary, dau. of James B.
Garforth, Esq. of Coniston Hall, co. York, which lady tZ. s. p. ;
and 2ndly, 18 Nov. 1851, Margaret Nowell, youngest dau. of
Rev. J. Robinson, Rector of Alresford, Essex, by his wife, Mrs.
Nowell, of Netherside and Linton, in Craven, and d. 17 May,
1889, leaving an only dau.

Mart Charlotte, now of The Holme.

Arms— Sa,., three mascles arg. Crest — A cubit arm in
armour, the hand grasping a flaming sword ppr.

Seat— The Holme, near Burnley, co. Lancaster.



WHITAKER OF HESLEY HALL.

Whitaker, Benjamin Ingham, Esq. of Hesley
Hall, CO. Notts, late Lieut. 1st W. York Yeomanry
Cavalry, J.P. and D.L. for Notts, High Sheriff
1893, and J.P. for the West Riding of York, b.
16 Aug. 1838 ; m. 26 Jan. 1871, Caroline Lucy,
only dau. of Frederick William Hudson, Esq. of
Scarborough, co. York.

Lineage.— The family of Whitaker has been established
in the West Riding of Yorkshire from a remote period. The
late



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Joseph Whitakee, Esq. of Hesley, resided at rnlornio. He
was ?>. 7 Auff, ISO'2, and <f. 17 Oct. 1884; to. 18 March, 1S37,
Eliza Sophia, only ilau. of William Sanderson, Esq. and
lineally descended from the Blakistons-Tempests, and had
issue,

I. BEXJ.4MIS IsGH.^M, now of Hcslcy.

II. William Inchani, of rykwoll Park, Lyniinston, Hants, h.
20 July, 1841; ni. 1st, 18 Feb. 1S6S, Louisa Katharine
Elspeth Jane, - 'nd d;iu. of Alexander Ewing, late BisJiop
of Argyll and the Isles, and had by her (who d. 9 Nov.
1S76),

1 AVilliam Tngham, Capt. Srd Batt. Scaforth Highlanders, 6.
3 April, ISoo.

1 Katherine Irene, h. 17 Feb. 1S70; d. 8 May, 1870.

2 Sophia Evelyn,, b. 24 Nov. 1874 ; d. 7 April, 1888.

He TO. 2ndly, IS7S, Margaret Emily Georgina, dan. of
Admiral Sir George Rose Sartorius, K.C.B., and d. 26 Sept.
1803. leaving issue, two other sons.

III. Joshua, h. 14 Jan. 1849; m. 4 June, 1881, Euphrosyne,
dau. of Jos. Manuel, and has issue, one son and two daus.

IV. Joseph Is.aac Spadafora, b. 19 March, 1850; m. 30 June,
1883, Nina, dau. of Gen. Scalia, of Palermo, and has issue,
two daus.

V. John Arthur, 6. 4 March, 1852; to. Emily, dau. of Charles
■\ViIldn, and has issue, two sons and two daus.

VI. Koliert Sanderson, b. 12 Jan. 185G.

VII. Alexander In;;ham, b. 29 Sept. 1857.

VIII. Albert Edward, b. 3 May, ISOO, Capt. late the Northum-
berland Fusiliers.

I. Mary Alexandrina, m. 20 March, 1870, William Epps, son
of James Morrison, Esq. of Palermo, and has issue.

II. Sophia, TO. Ist, 18 Feb. 1865, William CunlitTe, son of
William C. Pickersgill, Esq. ot Blendon Hall, Kent; and
2ndly, Corrado Tomasi Cruduli, of Home.

III. Caroline, m. 1st, Ewan, son of E. Christian, Esq., and
has issue, two daus. ; and 2ndly, Joseph Henry, son of T.
H. Cliristian, Esq.

Arms — Per pale arg. and az. a chevron embattled between
three mascles counterehanged. Creat—A horse passant arg.,
gorged with a collar gemel, and resting the dexter fore leg on
a mascle az. Motto — .'pes et tides.

^ea(_Hesley Hall, Tickhill, Kutherham, co. York.

Club — Conservative.



"WHITEHEAD OF SOXJTHIIiL.

Whitehead, Samuel, Esq. of Southill, co. Bed-
ford, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Bedford, Civil Lord of
the Admiralty, 1859 to 1SG3, b. 5 May, 1830 ; m.
9 July, 1855, Lady Isabella Charlotte Pelhani,
youngest dau. of Henry Thomas, 3rd Earl of
Cliichester, and has issue,
I. Samuel Howard, M.A. Camb., M.P. for South Bedford-
shire, J.P., 6. 8 Jan. 1858.
n. Henry William, b. 21 Jan. 1861.
m. Francis Pelham, b. 16 Oct. 1867; to. 20 Feb. 1894, Hon.

Ida Madeleine Agnes, 3rd dau. ot Lord Sudeley.
1. Maud, 6. 24 Jan. 1859, m. 1893, her cousin, Charles
Whitbread, Esq., son of tlie late William Whitbread, Esq.

liineagre. — The Whitdreads are said by family tradition,
as appears by an inscription on the monument of Samuel
Whitbread, Esq., in Cardington church, 179S, to have been of
great antiquity in the co. of Bedford; but their name docs
not occur in the list of gentry of the reign of Henry VI., nor
is there any pedigree of the family in the Herald's Visitation.
It is certain, nevertheless, that Ion House, in Gravenhurst,
which, in the inscription above alluded to, is said " to have
been the ancient seat of the family, was sold by William
AVhitebread, Gent., in 1630, as appears by the title deeds of
the present possessor." Such is the reference to the House
of Whitbread to be found in Lyson's Magna Britannia. Its
extensive influence may be traced, however, to the successful
exertions in business of

Samuel Whitbread, Esq., M.P., the eminent Brewer, This
gentleman, son of Mr. Whitbread, who resided at The Barns,
near Cardington, co. Bedford, aud younger brother of Henry
Whitbread, Esq., ancestor of Whitbread of Loiulham Park,
Suffolk, purchased large estates in co. Bedford ; among others,
the manor of Cardington, where his ancestors had been
settled from the year 1650, and tlie lands of Southill, in the
Hundred of Wixamtree, whereon he fixed his residence, at a
splendid seat enlarged by Holland, 1795. He also became pro-
prietor of Bedwell Park, Herts, and served as High Sheriff of
that CO. 1767. Mr. Whitbread d. 8 June, 1796. He to. Ist,
Harriet, dau. of William Hayton, Esq. of Ivinghoe, by whom
he had issue, Samuel, Harriot, and Emma Maria Elizabeth.
He irt. 2ndly, 18 Aug. 17C9, Lady Mary Cornwallis, dau. of
Charles, 1st Earl Cornwallis, which lady d. in childbirth of a



dau., Mary (who survived her), 27 Dec. 1770. The son and
successor,

Samuel Whitbread, Esq. ot Cardington and Southill, h.
1758, entered Parliament for Borough of Bedford, 1700, and
became a distinguished senator, attaching himself to the
party of Charles James Fox. He m. 1780, Lady Elizabeth
Grey, eldest dau. of the 1st Earl Grey, and had issue,
William Henry, of Southill, b. 4 Jan. 1795, High Sheriff
1837, elected M.P. for Bedford 1818, 1820, 1826, 1830, 1831,.
and 1832; m. 5 Nov. 1815, Harriet, dau. of the Kev. B.
Sneyd, of the Isle of Wight, and d. s. 55. 1867.
Samuel Charles, of Cardington and Southill.
Elizabeth, b. 1793; to. Aug.'l8I2, the Hon. William W.ilde-
grave (afterwards Earl Waldegrave), and d. 1 March, 1843 ;
leaving issue, William Frederick, Viscount Chewton, two
other sons, and four daus.
Emma Laura, to. 1817, Charles Shaw-Lefevre, Viscount
Eversley, and d. 20 June, 1857.

Mr. Whitbread d. 6 July, 1815; his widow 28 Nov. 1846.
Their son,

Samuel Charles Whitbread, Esq. of Southill, M.P. for
Middlesex, J.P. and D.L.,m. Ist, 28 June, 1824, Hon. Juliana,
dau. of Henry Otway, 2Ist Lord Dacre, and by her (who d. 13
Oct. 1858) had issue,

I. Samuel, now of Southill.

II. William, b. 1834 ; to. Laura, dau. of A. Eotarts, Esq.,
and 'I.

I. Juliana, m. 1843, Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, and
d. 1870.

II. Gertrude, m. 22 June, 1861, General Charles Mills, who
d. Feb. 1894.

III. Elizabeth.

He TO. 2ndly, IS Feb, 1868, Lady Mary Stephenson, dau. of
William Charles, 4th Earl of Albemarle, and d. 27 iMay, 1879.
His widow. Lady Mary Whitbread, d. 20 Sept. 1884

Arms — Arg., a chevron between three hinds' heads erased
gu. Crest — A hind's liead erased gu.

Seats — Southill, Biggleswade; Purfleet, Essex.
Toicii liesidence— 10, Ennismore Gardens, S.W.
Chii— Brooks'.



"WHITBREAD OF liOUDHAM PARK.

Whitbread, IIoward, Esq. of Loudham Park,
Suflblk, J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk, Col. Suffolk
Artillery Militia, and late Cornet 2nd Light
Dragoons, B.Y.L., b. 1836, m. 1864, Loidsa, elder
dau. of S. Fyson, Esq., aud has issue,

Amy Louisa, 6. 1807.

Lineage. — Ive Whitbread, Esq. 4th son (the only one
who survived him) of Henry Whitbread, Esq. (elder brotlier
of Samuel Whitbread, the Brewer, see Janiiiy of Whitbread
of Southill), by Sarah his wife, dau. of John Ive, Esq., m.
1691. By Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Peter Hinde, Esq., Mr.
Ive Whitbread left an only son,

Jacob Whitbread,



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