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westry, 7n. Maria Welch, and had,
with other issue, a son, Charles Wilding Jones, who m.
Mary, eldest dau. of William Preston, Esq. of Fairview,
near Liverpool, youngest son of Kobert, 2nd son of Kichard
Preston, Esq. of Hilhom House and EUel, in Cockerham, co.

I. .\nne, m. James Boydell, Esq.

II. Harriett, m. Francis Edge Barker, Esq.

III. Maria, m. Thomas Lowndes, Esq.

The only son of the 1st marriage,

Thomas Loxgueville Jones, Esq., ^. to the estate of Pres-
tatyn under the will of his cousin, Eichard Wilding, Esq., and
assumed the surname and arms of Longueville : b. 18 Sept.
1768: m. 30 Kov. 1796, Anne, only dau. of John Gibbons,
Esq. of Oswestry, and by her ^who d. 13 June, liOl, aged CO),
had issue,

Charles Henry, d. s. p.

Thomas Longueville, of Penvllan.

John Gibbons, m. Agnes, dau. of Swainson, Esq. of Liver-
pool, and had issue, Edith and Cecilo.

Sara Henriette, m. Peter Heywood. Esq. of Wakefield, and
d. s. p. Anne, </. lann.

Helen Maria Eliza, d. tinvi.

Mr. T. L. Longueville fZ. 21 Dee. 1831, and was*, by his 2nd son,
Thomas Longueville Longueville, Esq. of Penyllan, Salop,
b. 7 July, 1803 ; m. 9 Oct. 1838, his cousin, Anne, 2nd dau. of
Charles Thomas Jones, Esq. of Oswestry, and d. 27 Oct. 1888,
having by her (who d. 1884) had issue,

I. Conway, b. 19 Jan. 1840: d. 17 March, 1854.

II. Thomas, now of Penyllan.

III. Clinrles Henry, 6. 15 May, 1848 ; d. 30 June, 1854.
I. Anna Maria.

Arms— Gu.. a fess dancettce erm. between six crpss-crosslets
fitciiee arg. Cnst — On a wreath of the colours a talbots head
couped gu. eared and charged with a fesse dancettee arg.
J/o((>.— Till then thu^.

Stat — Penyllan, Oswestry, Salop.

Jicsidetice — Llanforda HaU, Oswestry.

Lieutenant and Custos Eotulorum of the co. West-
meath, J.P. for King's co. and cos. Westmeath,
Kildare, Dublin, and Donegal ; M.A. of Trin. Coll.
DubHn, Q.C. 1872, and a Bencher of the Society
of the King's Inns 1876. b. 26 April, 1834 ; s. to
the estates of the late John Longworth, of Grlyn-
vvood ; m. 1860, Frances Tenison, eldest dau. of
William Xoble, Esq. of Annagirl, co. Monaghau,
I and has issue,

I Edwaed Teavees, B.A. Oxford. Banister-at-Law, J.P. co.

j Westmeath, b. 25 May, 1861 ; m. 1891, Hester Anne,

j eldest dau. of the late Frederick Pepys CockereU, Esq.

! Francis, b. 6 Oct. 1862.

I Mary Louisa, r,i. 5 Sept. 1888, Langer Meade Loftus Owen,

I Esq. of Ellesmere, Hunter"s Hill, Sydney, X.S.W., only

i child of the Hon. Mr. .Justice Owen, Primary Judge in

I Equity in X.S.W. (ue Ktnaston of Hardwicke).

liineage. — Fbancis Longwokth, Esq. of Creggan Castle,
was s. by his son,

Fkancis Longworth, Esq. of Creggan Castle, who d. 1742,
leaving issue, John, George, Feanxis. The 3rd son,

Francis Longwoeth, Esq. of Creggan Castle, la. EUzabeth,
dau. and co-heir of Thomas Dames, Esq. of Eathmoyle, King's
Co., and had issue,

John, of Creggan Castle, m. 1767, Alicia Margaret, dau. of
Lord Kilmaine.

Francis, of whom presently.

Thojias, who assumed the name of Dames, m. Jane, dau. of
MauDseU Burke, Esq., and had issue, Francis, and several
other sons and daus. Uf.e Dames of Gnoihill). The eldest
son, Francis, of Greenhill, King's Co., J.P. and D.L., r.i. 1st,
1 June, 1S30, Anna, youngest dau. of Rev. Travers Hume,
D.D., and by her, who d. 1835, had issue,

1 Thomas, now of Greenhill, (see Dames of Greenhill).

2 Francis Travers, now of Glynv.ood, ,s. his cousLu John
Longworth, of Glynwood (see bclou:).

1 Elizabeth, d. 1835.
Mr. Francis Longworth Damos, m. 2ndly, Elizabeth Selina,
youngest dau. of Ralph Smyth, of Gaybrook, co. West-
meath, and d. 7 Oct. 1863, lea\ing issue by her, who d. 13
June, 1885 (see Dames of GreaihUl).
George, ra. Anne Phillip's.
William, d. 1S55.
Eliza, m. Rev. Samuel Lucas.
Catherine, m. J. Bailey, Esq.

3Iary, ra. John Wakeky, Esq., of Ballyburly, King's co.
The 2nd son,

Francis Longwoeth, Esq. of Glynwood, rn.. 1st, 3 Jan. 1795,
Sarah, dau. of John. 1st Lord Kilmaine, and 2ndly, Anne,
dau. of James Whitaker, of Sparkbrook, co. Warwick,_and
had issue,

F'rancis, d. 1856.

John, of whom hereafter.

Thomas, Vicar of Bromtield, Shrewsbury, m. Emma, dau. of
Thomas Charles Bridges, of The Lodge. Salop, and d. 1865.

George, d. 1847.

Alicia Harriet, 7ii. Henry Norwood Trye. Esq. of Leckhamp-
ton Court, co. Gloucester, and d. 1866.

Anne, 7n. Col. Yoimg, of Barton End, co. Gloucester.
His second son,

John Longworth. of Glynwood, d. s. p. 1881, and was s.
by his cousin, Francis Travers Dames Longworth, now of

Seats — Glynwood and Creggan Castle, Athlone, and Oatfield,

Eallinasloe, co. Galway.




Damks-Longwoeth, Feancis Teatees, Esq. of
Glynwood, co. Westmeath, Higli Sheriff co. West-
•meath 1882, and for co. Galway 1890, Her Majesty's

Heywood -LoxsDALE, Akthue PEiiBEETOy,
Esq. of Shavington and Cloverley, co. Salop, of
Carntow-n, co. Louth and Drumgoon, co. Fermanagh,
J.P. and D.L., and County Alderman, co. Salop,
(High Sheriff, 18SS), J.P. co. Flint and High
Sheriff, CO. Louth, 1877, B.A. Balliol Coll. Oxford,
Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn) b. 9 Jan. 1835, w.
28 Jan, 1863, Francis Elizabeth, eldest dau. of
Daniel Xeilson, Esq. of HundiiiU, Pontefract, York-
shire, and has issue,

I. Henry Heywood, 6. 4 Jan. 1864.

II. John Pemberton Heywood, 6. 2 Aug. 1869.

1. Anna Maria Heywood, b. 11 Oct, 1866, m. 10 Aug, 1S9.1,





Arthur Henry Orlando Lloyd, Esq., Grcn. Guards, of
Leaton Knowles, Shropshire.

Iiineagre. — The Rev. John Lonsdale, Vicar of Darfield,
Yorkshire, m. 5 Sept. 17S5, Elizabeth Steer, and d. 10 July,
1601, aged 70, leaving issue a son,

Kev. Henbt Gtlbt Lonsdale, Vicar of Lichfield, b. 5 Aug.
1791; m. 5 Aug. 1S24, Anna Maria, dau. of John I'emberton
lleywood, Esq. of AVaUefield, and grand-dau. of Arthur Hcy-
■vvcod, Esq. of Liverpool. Banker (see I5urke's Peerage, Hey-
wooD, Bart.). Mr. Lonsdale d. 31 Jan. ISJl, having by his
wife, who il. 14 May, 1S40, had issue,

I. Henry Heywood. b. IS April, 1829; d. g. p. 15 Jan. 1360.

II. Akthcr Pemberton, of Shavington.

I. Margaret, b. 20 July, 1825; m. Kev. Hastings Gordon
(who d. 1 April, 1865), and d. s. p. 29 March, 1859.

II. Anna Maria, b. 10 Dec. 1826; m. 27 Nov. 1855, Capt. A.
Brooksbank, and has issue, eight sons and three daus.

III. Mary, d. uma.

IV. Elizabeth, m. 10 July, 1851, Eev. James Fell, of Knells,
Carlisle, and has issue, nine sons and eight daus.

The Rev. H. G. Lonsdale was s. by his second son, who
assumed by royal licence, dated 14 Dec. 1877, the additional
name and arms of Heywood.

.^ii-md— Quarterly : lat and 4th. quarterly, vert and arg., on
a bend cngr. or, between two buiiUs sa., stringed gu., three
annulets of the fourth; 2nd and 3nl, arg., torteaux in bend
between two bendlets gu., on a canton of the last, a cross
patee. Crests — Ist, a demi-stag gu., collared, attired, and seme
Oe gouttes or: 2nd, upon a mount vert, the trunk of a tree,
with two branches sprouting therefrom, and entwined by ivy,
thereon a falcon with wings displayed, ppr.

Seats — Shavington, Market Drayton and Cloverley, Whit-
church, Salop ; Drumgoon, Maguiresbridge, co. Fermanagh.

Clubs — Athenaeum. United, University, and Brookes'.

Toicn House — 26, Grosvenor Square, \V.


LOPDELL, -JoHX EoBEET, Esq. of Ilahcen Park,
CO. Galway, J. P., Capt. 4tli batt. The Connaught
Rangers, b. 27 Jan. 1866, m. 19 Aug. 1893, Lavinia
tsusan, eldest dau. of Peter J. BLike, Esq. of Gal-
way, and great-grand-dau. of Peter Ulake, Esq. of

Xiineag'e. — James Lopdell, Esq. of Ballyline and Emlagh,
CO. Galway, removed from England, temp. Charles II., ami
purchased land in co. Galway, where he settled. He m. Jane,
sister of John Fennele, Esq. of Windy House, co. Kilkenny,
and d. in 16S2, leaving issue,

I. John, from whom descend the Lopdells of Midpit and

II. Chbistopheb, of whom we treat.

Chbistopheb Lopdell, Esq. d. before 1741, and was buried
at Kiltartan, co. Galway. leaving a dau. (hi. Doctor Richard
Reeves, of Ennis), and three sons,

I. James, of Cranagh, d s. p. 1741.

II. Chbistopheb, ot Raheen and Derryowen.

in. John, of Athenry, co. Galway, m. Elizabeth, sister of
Thomas Faircloth, Esq. of Ballenecraggy, co. Galway, and
d. 21 May, 1795, lea\ing with two daughters (Deborah and
Palt}-), four sons,

1 Chbistopheb, of Raheen, of whom presently.

2 James, d. unm. June, ISll.

3 William, d. s.p. 5 July, 1«45.

4 Joseph, of Athenry, m. May, 1791, Matilda, only daugh-
ter ot Robert (Jrmsby, Esq. of Eden Hill, co. Galway, and
(?. March, 1821, leaving by her (who d. 1845), with two
daughters (Catherine, d. un,ii. 15 Oct. 1875; and Martha.
m. Sept. 1823, Capt. William Rogers, of Caraminna, co.
Galway), three sons,

I. John, of Raheen, of whom hereafter.

II. Robert Ormsby, d. unm. 1830.

III. James, m. Nov. 1825, Harriett Amelia, daughter of
Col. Fleming, and d. s. p. in 1828.

The eldest surviving son,

Chbistopheb Lopdell, Esq. of Raheen and Derryowen, 6.
1697, d. unm. 8 April, 1801, aged 104 years. By his will,
dated 3 Nov. 1800, he entailed Derryowen, co. Clare, on his
kinsman, Christopher Lopdell, and Raheen, co. Galway, and
other estates, on his nephews, the sons of his brother Jolin,
the eldest of whom,

Chbistopheb Lopdell, Esq. of Raheen, d. s. p. Sept. 1801,
and was s. by his nephew,

John Lopdell, Esq. of Raheen Pane, B.A., J. P., b. 20 Feb.
1792; called to the Irish bar, 1818; m. 9 Jan. 1823, Jane,
eldest dau. of Peter Blake, Esq. of Corbally Castle, co. Galway,
by Mary his wife, second dau. of the Hon. John Browne, sixth

son of the Ist Earl of Altamont, and by her (who d. 25 April,
1879) had issue,

I. John Joseph, of Raheen.

II. Henry Robert (Rev.), incumbent of Kilmastulla, co.
Tipperary, b. 13 April, 1832.

III. James, b. 27 May, 1836.

IV. F'rancis Blake, county inspector E.I.C., b. 22 Dec. 1846.

I. Maria, d. 2 May, 1891.

II. Elizabeth.

III. Louisa.

IV. Emily, m. 12 March, 1867, Willoughby Newton, Esq. of
Newton Park, co. Wicklow (see Newton of Carrickfergus.).

V. Matilda, m. 22 Feb. 1877, Rev. Francis Costello, incum-
bent of Ballyniackey, co. Tipperary.

VI. Jane, d. U Oct. 1887.

Mr. Lopdell d. 3 Oct. 1871, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Joseph Lopdell, Esq. of Raheen Park, J. P., Major in
the Galway Militia, 6. 13 Jan. 1826; m. 16 April, 1861, Cather-
ine Mary, only surviving dau. of John Adams, Esq. of Bally-
devitt, CO. Londonderry, J. P., D.L., and High Sheriflf for that
CO. in 1862, and by her had issue,

I. John Rohert, now of Raheen.

II. Christopher Thomas, 6. 6 M.arch, 1870.

in. James Adams, b. Aug. 1872 ; d. 17 Kov. following,
iv. James, b. 7 April, 1874.

I. Lizzie Anne, m. 8 Dec. 1S80, Capt. Henry Thomas Hall,
late 18th Hussars, of Knockbrack, Athenry, co. Galway,
J. P., eldest son of the late Capt. Henry Edward Hall, of the
I3th llegt. and has issue (see Hall of Knockbrar.l:).

II. Louisa Jane, m. 28 Nov. 1889, Arthur Francis Hall, Esq.
of Caheroyan, Athenry, youngest son of the above-named
Capt. Henry Edward Hall, and has issue {see Hall of

III. Katie F'rances. iv. Mabel Viole^. v. Hilda Gladys,
Major John Joseph Lopdell d. 8 Oct. 1891.

Arms — Arg., a chev. ermines between nine mullets, four in
chief and five in base, gu. Crest — An arm in armour erabowed,
holding in the hand a baton all ppr. Motto — Virtute et tideli-

6Va<s— Raheen Park, Athenry, co. Galway, and Ballydevitt,
CO. Londonderry.


GuTnEiE-LoRNiE, Joux, Esq. of Birnam and
Pitcastle, co. Perth, and of Lochleven, co. Argyll,
J. P. CO. Perth, b. 1845 ; Fellow of the Eoyal Statis-
tical Society and Life Member of the Society of Arts,
London, Commissioner for Supply for co. Perth, and
Lord of the Manor of Birnam. Mr. Guthrie-Lornie
is the only son of the late Andrew Lornie, Esq. by
his 1st wife Agnes (who d. 1851), dau. of the late
William Guthrie, Esq., by Jane Robertson his wife.

Crest — A dexter arm issuing holding a drawn sword ppr.
Motto — Sto pro veritate.

iSea(s— Birnam House, liirnam, N.B.; Dunairds, Dunkeld,
N.K. ; and Pitcastle, Aberfeldy, N.B.

CViii)— Arlington, S.W.


LovEDAY, John Edward Taylor. Esq. of

I Williamscote, co. Oxford, and Arlescote, co. War-
wick, J. P. Oxfordshire and Warwickshire, b. 12
March, 1845; s. 1 A\m\, 1875; m. 1874, Margaret,
eldest dau. of Alexander and the lion. Anne
Clieape, of Lathochar, co. Fife, and has issue,

I. Thomas, b. 16 Aug. 1875.

II. William Taylor, b. 14 Oct. 1878.

III. Henry Dodington, 6. II Jan. 1381.

IV. John, b. 20 March, 1882.
v. Alexander, b. 24 Oct. 1888.
I. Anne, b. II July, 1877.

n. Helen, 6. 18 Nov. 1879.

III. Margaret Abigail, b. 5 Jan. 1884, d. 1835.

IV. Lucy Buckley, b. 16 May, 1885.

V. Mary, b. 14 Feb. 1887.

Lineage. — Thomas Lovedat, Esq. of Caversham, Oxon,
b. 1619; d. 1681 ; m. Ist, 1670, LetHia dau. of Clement Throck-
morton, Esq. of Haseley, co. Waiwick, and by her (who d.
1674) had a dau. Letitia, d. young. He m. 2ndly, 1679, Mary,
dau. of Michael North, Esq. of Christ;hurch, Surrey, and by
her (who d. 1724) had a son,

Thomas Loveday, Esq., m. 1703, Sarah, dau. of William





I/ethieuillicr, Esq. of Clapham, Surrey, great-grandson of John
Lethieuillier, of Vallancine, in Hainault, who suffered death
in the time of the Duke of Alva's persecutions (.see Hukke's
Hfraldic Illustrations, pi. 95), and had by her (with a dau.
Martha, m. William, son of Dr. Edmund Gibson, Bishop of
London) one son,

John Lovedat, Esq. of Caversham, Oxon, in. 1st, 1739,
Anne Maria, dau. cf William Goodwin, Esq. of Arlescote, co.
Warwick, and by her (who d. 1743) had one son, John, of
whom presently. He m. 2ndly, 1745, Dorothy, dau. of Har-
rington Bagshaw, Esq. of Bromley, Kent, which lady rf. 1755,
and 3rdly, 1756, Penelope, dau. of Arthur Forrest, Esq. of the
Island of Jamaica, and by her (who d. 1301) had issue,

Arthur (Rev.), Fellow of Magdalen Coll. Oxford, d. 1827.

Penelope, m. 1st, 1796, Rev. William Bcnwell, Rector of
Chilton ; and 2ndly, 1803, Rev. John Hind, Vicar of Findon.
She d. 1846.

Sarah, d. 1832. Mary, d. 1310.

The only son of his 1st marriage,

John I.oveday, Esq., D.C.L., 711. 1777, Anne, dau. and heir
of William Taylor Loder, Esq. of Williamscote, anl by litr
<who d. 29 Jan. 1837) had four sons and one dau.,

I. John, of Williamscote.

II. William Tailor, of Williamscote.

III. Thomas (Rev.), of Magdalen Coll. Oxon, B.D., a Fellow
of that college, 1818, Rector of East llsley, Jsewbury, Berk^,
h. 11 Feb. 1789; m. 1831, Mary, dau. of the Yen. Ralph
Churton, Archdeacon of St. David's, and d. 1873, having by
lier (who d. 17 July, 1845) had issue,

1 John Edward Taylor, now of Williamscote.

1 Marianne.

2 Anna Sarah, m. 1856, Rev. Edward Norman Pochin,
Yicar of Sileby, co. Leicester, and has issue.

3 Emma Penelope, m. ls6o, Henry Hoper, Esq. of Cow-
fold, Sussex, and has issue.

4 Augusta.

5 Ellen Jane.

6 Lucy Elizabeth.

rv. Arthur, of Doctors' Common'', b. 8 July, 1791; ii). 1825,
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. George Wells, Rector of Wiston,
tjussex, and d. 1877, having had two sons,

1 Arthur (Rev.), M.A. Balliol Coll. Oxford, Rector of
Yattendon, Berks, b. 24 Sept. 1826; m. 1859, Elizabeth
Lucy, dau. of Rev. Benjamin Lefroy, Rector of Ashe,
Hants, and has had issue, three sons, and a dau., who d.

2 George, of Doctors' Commons, b. 18 April, 1828 ; vi. 1st,
1865, Caroline Martha, dau. of John \Vard, Esq., C.B.,
and by her (who d. 1867) has one dau. He m. 2ndly,
Magdalene, eldest dau. of Rev. G. F. Turner, Rector of
Rede, Suffolk, and has issue, a son, George, b. 1876.

I. Anne, d. 20 Jan. 1355.
The eldest son,

John Lovedat, Esq. of Williamscote, J. P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1841, of Brazenose Coll. Oxford, D.C.L. 1841,
M.A. 1808, 6. 8 Jan. 1785; d. s. p. 19 Oct. 1864, and was s. by
Ills brother,

Rev. William Tatlor Lovedat, of Williamscote, co.
Oxford, and Arlescote, co. Warwick, 6. 15 July, 1787 ; d. s. j>.
2 April, 1875 and was s. by his nephew.

Anns — Quarterly : 1st and 4th per pale arg. and sa., an
eagle displayed with two heads counteichanged, armed, mem-
bered, and ducally gorged or; 2nd and 3rd erm., on a chief
indented sa. three escallops arg. Crest — An eagle displayed
with two heads, as in the arms. Motto — Cum prima luce.

Seats — Williamscote, near Banbuiy, Oxon, and Arlescote, co.


LovELL, Peter Audlet David Aethfr, Esq. of
Cole Park, Wilts, J.P. and D.L., Capt. Coldstream
Guards, h. 10 Dec. 1857 ; m. 1890, his cousin Eosa-
lind Ida, 3rd dau. of Francis Frederick Lovell, Esq.
of Hincbeslea, Hants.

liineagre.— John Harvet, Esq. (son of Hugh Harvey,
Esq., and grandson of Ralph Harvey, Esq. of Tibenham, whose
father, Robert Harvey, Esq., Comptroller of the Custom House,
m. Sarah, sister and co-heir of Hugh Audley, Esq. of the Inner
Temple) was of Cole Park, Wilts, and was buried in Malmes-
bury Abbey, 1712. The grandfather of the present possessor
of the estate,

Peter Harvet Lovell, Esq. of Cole Park (son of Peter and
Sarah Lovell), m. Charlotte, 4th dau. of the Venerable William
Willes, Archdeacon of Wells, 4th son of Dr. Wiiles, Bishop of
Bath and Wells, and d. 1841 Qiis widow d. in 1873), leaving

Peter Acdlet, his heir.

John Harvey, 6. 1810 ; m. 1843. Emma, dau. of Christopher
Bethell Codrington, Es-j. of Dodington Park, Wilts, and has

William Willes (Rev.), deceased.

Francis Frederick, of Hinchelsea, Hants, J. P., late Lieut. 1st
Life Guards, i. 1821 ; m. 4 Oct. 1846, Lady Rose Somerset,
dau. of the 7th Duke of Beaufort, and by her, who d,. 12
March, 1885, has four daus., Edith Rose Alma, vi. 1881,
Charles King Francis, Esq., Barrister-at-Law ; Maud Rosa-
lind: Rosalind Ida, m. 1890, Capt. Peter Lovell, Coldstream
Guards, of Cole Park ; and Helen Rose.
Charlotte, m. W. St. George, Esq.
Jane Grace, m. Gen. Shawe, late Coldstream Guards.
Frances Sarah, m. Count Guidoboni Visconti.
Harriet Jane, ni. Gen. Lovelace Walton, late Coldstream
Julia, deceased.
The eldest son,

Peter Ai-dlet Lovell, Esq. of Cole Park, J.P. and D.L.,
formerly an officer 7th Dragoon Guards, 6. 22 March, 1808 ; ■„,.
23 Feb. 1857, Mary Jane, 2nd dau. of the late David Pugli,
Esq., M.P. of Llanerchydol. co. Montgomery, by Anne his
wife, only dau. and heir of Evan Vaughan, Esq. of Beguildy ;
and d. 8 March, 1869, leaving a son, the present Peter Acdley
David Arthur Lovell, Esq. of Cole Park.

Arms — Arg., a chevron az. between two squirrels gu., each
cracking a nut. Crest — A squirrel sejant ppr. cracking a nur.

Seats — Cole Park, near Malmesbury, and Llanerchydol,

C/itiis— Guards', and Arthur's.


Lovell, Edward Lovell, Esq. of Springfield,
Barnes, late of CJiilcote Manor, Wells, and of
Dinder, Somerset, J.P., b. 20 Aug. 1845 ; m. 23 Oct.
1867, Caroline Georgina, youngest dau. of G-eorgo
Denistoun Scott, Esq. of Lovel Hill, Windsor
Forest, and has had issue,

I. Edwin Scott Lovell, b. 23 July, 18G8.

II. Charles Edmund Lovell, b. 10 July, 1669.

III. Arthur Clifton Lovell, b. 24 July, 1871.

IV. Hastings Henry Lovell, 6. 17 Aug. 1835.

I. Lilly Lovell, b. 26 Sept. 1375.

II. Olive Lovell, b. 24 Jan. 1880.

III. Violet Alice Lovell, b. 5 Sept. 1887, d. 16 March, 1891.

Lineagre. — Joseph Lovell Lovell, Esq. of Wells, Somer-
set (who inherited Chilcote JIanor from his uncle, George
Lovell, Esq. of Wells, who d. 1781}), b. 1780; M.Jan. 1810,
Margaret, eldest dau. of Edmund Broderip, Esq. of Wells ; and
d. 21 Dec. 1842, having had issue,

Edward, who s. his father in Chilcote, b. Nov. 1804; w.
1831, Anne Mitchell, dau. of John Rodon, Esq. of Vere, in
the Island of Jamaica; and d. s. p. 22 Sept. 1857, and was
s. by his brother.

Edmund, b. 1806; d. unm. 11 Sept. 1831.

Edwin, late of Chilcote Manor and of Dinder.

The 3rd son,

Edwin Lovell, Esq. of Chilcote Manor, in Wells, and
Dinder, Somerset, b. 7 May, 1808; m. 14 Sept. 1836, Elizabeth
Charlotte, eldest dau. of Edmund Broderip, Esq. of Cossington,
Somerset, and d. 21 May, 1877, having had issue,

I. EsDAiLE Lovell, late a Capt. in the army, b. 25 May,
1837; m. '22 Nov. 1866, Arthurina Maria, dau. of Rev.
Charles Drake, of Huntshaw, Devon, and has two sons.

II. Charles Lovell, Barrister-at-Law, J. P., b. 14 Nov. 1839;
m. 14 Sept. 1868, Ellen, youngest dau. of William Eyde,
Esq. of Stoke, Devon; d. 1 Jan. 1871.

III. Edward Lovell, present representative.

I. Lilly. II. Frederica Georgina.

III. Blanche Caroline Frances, d. 1848.
Arms — Arg., a chevron sa. between three wolves' heads
erased gu. Cri^st — A talbot courant arg.
Residence — Springfield, Barnes.


LovETT, William Gough Gubbins, Esq. of
Liscombe House, Bucks, J.P. and D.L., b. 1871, *.
his father, 1891.

Lineag'e. — The family of Lovett is of Norman extraction,
and is authentically deduced from Richard de Louet, temij.
CoNQUESToRis. (For detailed particulars, set Burke's Extinct





Sir Eobekt Lovett. of Liscombc, High Sheriff co. Bucks,
1608, i(. 1643, leaviii!,' by Anne, his 2nA wife, dau. of Richard
Saunders, Ksq. of Dinion, eight daus. and four sons, Kobeut,
vf Liscomlie, Sheriff of Buclis 1664 ; Edward, of Corfe (whose
son. Robert, of Liscomhe, d. tnim.): Christopher, of whose
line we treat; and Laurence, of Eythorp. The 3rd son,

Christopher Lovett, was first settled as a Merchant in
Tiirliey, hut subsequently, in 1660, removed to Dublin, of
which city he became Lord Mayor. He to. Frances O'More,
dau. and heir of Roger O'More, and had (witli four daus.,
Anne, m. 1st, AVilliam Tighe, Esq. of Rutland, and 2ndly,
.ludge Coots; Fr;mces, wife of Major-Gen. Pearce; Mary, m.
Meuhop Lloyd, Esq.; and Rebecca, m. Jonathan Ashe, Esq.
of Ashe Grove, co. Tipperary) three sons, Christopher, John,
and Edward. The eldest son,

Christopher Lovett, Esq., inherited Liscoinbe, co. Bucks,
at the decease of his first cousin, Robert Lovett, Esq., but
dying «»!)»., he was*, by his brother.

Col. John Lovett, of Liscombe, m. 1st, Susannah Horton,
widow, d.iu. and co-heir of Laurence Lovett, Esq. of Eythorp,
;:nd had two sons,

3. Robert.

:i. Christopher. ,w. Jane Willington, widow, dau. of Alex-
ander Cosby, Esq. of Stradbally, CJtieen's Co., and was father
Robert, who m. Miss Howell, and had issue,

1 John, d. unhi.

2 SacKviLLE Hatch, J.T., Comptroller of Taxes in Ire-
land, i/i. 1st, his cousin, Mary, dau. of John Lovett, and j
by her had issue,

Jonathan Vadohan, in. Miss Daunt, and had a son, I
SackviUe (wlio d. 1»49), and several daus. He d. 1850. ]

I'aimy, m. Ludovick J. Grant, Esq., ".iad son of Sir A.
Grant, Bart., and d. 1840.

]ilr. SackviUe Lovett in. 2ndly, Bridget, youngest dau.
• I Jonathan Seaver, Esq. of Heath Hall, J. P., High
Slieriff of cos. Armagh and Monaglian, and by her had

Richard Donoughmorb Lovett, Esq. (Home View.
Cheltenham), 30th male representative of the Lovett
family, m. 19 Jan. 1854, Amelia Lilias Jane, youngest
dau. of Samuel Fyler, Esq. of Down Street, Piccadilly,
and Twickenham, Middlesex, and d. 16 March, 1880.

Robert, present head of the Lovett family, formerly
Rector of Trinity, Bath, afterwards Vicar ot Ilsington,
Bovey Tracey, and Rector of Caundle Bishop, Sher-
borne, Dorset, vi. 1st, Frances, dau. and heiress of
William Aldwin Soames, Esq of Langilon Hills, Essex,
and by her (who d. Aug. 1853) had issue, 1 Robert
Jonathan Arden, 6. 4 Nov. 1851 ; 1 Eliza Fanny Ara-
bella, deceased ; 2 Sarah Alice Bridget Engaine ; and
3 Myra Isabel Florence, deceased. He m. 2ndly,
27 July, 18C3, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Hugh
Lumsdcn, Esq. of Pitcaple, SlieritT of Sutherland and
J. P. and D.L. for co. Aberdeen, and by her has issue :

2 SackviUe Hatton Harry Verney, b. 29 April, 1864 ;

3 William Edward Turville, 6.6 June, 1865; 4 Neville
Ernest, h. 16 Feb. 1869 ; 5 Richard Gordon Beresford,
ij. 17 April. 1870; 6 Henry Cosby Leix, 6. 24 Dec.
1871 ; 4 Mabel Edith, h. 21 Sept. 1873.

Henry, in India, m. Miss Rogers, and left issue.
Catherine, m. W. W. Henry, Esq., eldest son of Mr.

and Lady Emily Henry, and nephew of the Duke of

Leinster, and c(. 1861.
.Jane, m. Richard Swift. Esq. of Lynn, co. Wcstmeath,

J. P. Eliza.

Susan, m. Rev.

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