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Esq. m. Anne Elizabeth, dau. of Jacob
Hinde, Esq., aud was father of

Jacob Whitbread, Esq. of Loudham Park, &. 29 Jan, 1782 ;
TO. Louisa, dau. of Samuel Micliell, Lord High Admiral of
the Portuguese Navy ; d. at Eio, 20 Jan. 1809, aged 54, and
was bur. on the Bastion there. He had three sons, Jacob
William Carey, of Loudham Park; Charles Frederioli, d.
mini. ; and Gordon, Clerkenwell County Court Judge, d.
29 Jan. 1883, aged 68, m. Georgina Vassall Farwell. The
eldest son,

Jacob William Carey Whitbread, Esq. of Loudham Park,
Capt. East Suffolk Militia; to. Ellen Bcltield, 3rd. dau. of
Christopher Farwell, Esq, of Totnes, Major 4th Dragooa
Guards, and had issue,

Jacob Gordon Carey, d. s. p. 1848.

Howard, now of Loudham.

Benjamin Evelyn, m.

Charles Frederick, d. 15 Feb. 1894.

Maria Elizabeth, m. Baron Kbnervon Eschenbach.

Irene Ellen, m. Alfred Courage, Esq,

He d. 1875.

Arms — Arg., a chevron between three hinds' heads erased
gu. Crest — A hind's head erased gu. Motto — Virtute nou

Scats — Loudham Park, Wiekham Market ; Kushmere Lodge,


Whitburn, Charle.s Joseph Sofer, Esq. of
Addington Park, co. Kent. I. 24 Nov. 183G ; m. Oct.





1863, Fanny, dau. of John Hales, Esq. of Malvern
House, Surrey, and by her has issue,

I. Charles William Sofek, 2ncl Lieut. West Kent Queen's

Own Yeomanry, b. 29 June, 18G7.
I. Mary Florence, m. 1889.

Lineage. — George Whitburx, Esq., to. I80G, Mary,
dau. of George Edwards, and d. 1814, leaving by her (who d.
1816) a son,

Charles WniTBnKN, Esq. m. 1834, Mary Ann, only dau.
and heiress of Joseph Sofer, Esq., and by her (who d. 1879)
had issue.

Charles Joseph Sofer, now of Addington Park.

Mr. Whitburn d. 1849.

Arms — Az., a lion rampant arg., holding between the paws
a bezant, on a chief or, between two mullets of six points of
the first, a pale gu. thereon two swords in saltire ppr.

Crest — An eagle's head erased az. holding in the beak a
hezant and charged on the neck with a mullet of six points

Motto — Virtus difficilia vicit.

Residence— IQ Ennismore Gardens, S.W.

Ciui>— Conservative.


Gareow- Whitby, Ed-waed Gareow, Esq. late
of Bishton Hall and Colwich, co. StafPord, J. P. and
D.L., b. 15 March, 1857 ; s. his father 1SG9, assumed
the additional surname of Gaeeow in addition to
and before that of Whitby, 1878, m. 18 Nov. ISSO,
Henrietta Evelyn Marianne, eldest dau. of Eight
Hon. 8ir Arthur John Otway, Bart., by Henrietta
his wife. dau. of Sir James Langham, 10th bart., and
has issue,

Edward Otwat Humphret, 6. 12 Oct. 1883.

Lineage. — This family, which has been settled in co.
Stafl'ord since the reign of Henri VII., derives t= name from
the town of Whitby, or Whitebay, in co. York, and, accoraing
to local tradition, existed in the north of England at a date
anterior to the Conquest.

Stephen Whitby was the first mitred Abbot of St. Mary's,
York, A.D. 1068, and the names of William and John Whitby
occur in early records of the northern wars in the reign of
William II. The first ancestor, however, from whom the
pedigree can be directly deduced is

Thomas Whitby, who was the representative of the city of
York at the Parliament assembled at that place, 2.5 May, a.d.
1298. His son,

William Whitby, was a representative of Y''ork at the
celebrated Assembly of Bishops, Magnates, and Proceres,
held in London, Slarch, a.d. 1300. Their descendants, several
of whom fought as knights in the French wars of the 14th
and 15th centuries, became Lords of Maycecrott and Tidburst,
in Herts, as Trustees under the Crown (these manors after-
wards passed to Thomas, Duke of Exeter, temp. Henry V.)

William Whitbie, who possessed lands at Colwich 1480 (6th
in descent from Thomas), was appointed a ranger of Cannock
Chase in the reign of Henry VII. His name appears on the
roll of the principal gentry of co. Stafford, a.d. 1495. His

Thomas Whitbie, of Colwich, a Pieformer, d. 15.35, leaving
by his wife Margaret, dau. of Sir Edward Littleton, a son,

Thomas Whitby, 6. 1531, who, on the attaint of AVilliam,
Lord Paget, had a royal grant under the Great Seal of England,
2Gth Elizabeth, of the manors of Shutborowe and Haywood, co.
Staffonl. Held several high appointments under Lord Chan-
cellor EUesmere. He d. 1621, and was bur. at Westminster
Abbey, having m. Jane, only dau. of Christopher Hughes,
Esq., of the House of Hughes, of Holt Castle, co. Denbigh.
His son and heir,

John Whitby, of Great Haywood and Colwich, m. Alicia,
dau. of William Capel, of Windsor, scion of the family of Capel,
afterwards Earls of Essex. His son and heir,

Thomas Whitby, of Great Haywood and Colwich, d. 1664;
TO. Elizaljeth, dau. of John Turton,Esq. of De la Oak House,
CO. Stafford, ancestor of the Turtons of Starboro' Castle. His
and heir,

Thomas Whitby, of Great Haywood and Colwich, Eeceiver-
General under Cromwell, a.d. 1655, a King's Messenger to
Charles II. 1661 ; to. Mary, dau. and heiress of Henry

Howarth, Esq. of Erownfields Manor, co. Stafford. They ha'^
five children, of whom the eldest,

Thomas Whitby, of Great Haywood and Colwich, J. P. and
High Sheriff CO. Stafford, temp. George I., vi. Jane, dau. and
heiress of William Greene, Esq., and heiress of her maternal
uncle, Humphrey Peiy, of Creswell. By this marriage a portion
of the present Creswell estate was acquired. He d. 1747,
having had eight children, from one of whom, Richard, the
Whitbys of Osbasl.on, represented by the He v. Vernon Whitby,
of Emmanuel Coll. Cambridge, were descended. His son and

John Whitby, of Great Haywood and Colwich, J. P., built
Oakedge Hall, d. 1750; in. Anna, dau. of William Northey,
Esq. of Compton Basset, Wilts, by Abigail, dau. of Sir Thomas
Webster, Bart, of Battle Abbey. His son and heir,

PkEV. Thomas Whitby, of Creswell Hall, sold Oakedge and
Haywood to the Hon T. Clifford, and purchased the remainder
of the Creswell estate. He served as High Sheriff of co. Stafford,
temp. George III., and d. 1S28, having taken holy orders late
in life. By his wife Mabella, dau. of John Turton, Esq. of
Orgrave (maternally descended from Robert Marmion, Baron
of Tamworth, he had issue,

I. John, Capt. R.N., who fought under Lord Howe on the
glorious 1st of June, </. 1801, leaving one dau., Theresa,
wlio m. Frederick West, Esq. of Ruthyn Castle, co. Den-

II. Edward (Rev.), of Creswell, who s. him ; m. Mary, 5th
dau. of Benjamin Way, Esq. of Denham Manor, Bucks ; he
d. 1852, without issue.

III. Clement-William, Lient -Col. in the army, &. 1778; m.
Frances, dau. of Capt. James Gray, E.N., and had an only
son, Charles, b. 10 May, 1826 ; rn. Beatiice, dau. of George
Philipps, Esq. of Lwyerwn, co. Carmarthen, and has issue,
five sons and three daus.

IV. George, h. 1780, Major-Commanrlant King's Own Stafford
Militia, which regiment he commanded for some years
when Royal Body Guard at Windsor lo Georgk III. He d.
1838, having m. Emmaretta, dau. of Edward Ratcliff, Esq.
of Wood Hall, Essex, maternally descended from the
Sidneys, Earls of Leicester. He had issue, one son and two

1 Thomas Edward Whitby, of Creswell Hall, 6. 1823, J. P.
and D.L., s. his uncle 1852, d. 1809 ; 7n. Sophia .Jane, only
dau. of Mr. Justice Gan'ow of Hadley Priory, Middlesex,
and had issue, one son and one dau.,
Edward Garrow, present representative.
Mabel Harriet Georgina.
1 EmmaGeorgina. 2 Mabella, d. 1812.

v. Henry, Capt. R.N. 6. 1781, commanded H.M.S. "Cer-
berus" in the naval victory off Lisa.

I. Mabella, to. Capt. Murray Northey.

II. Lucy, m. Edward Berkeley Portman, M.P., of Br3-anstone,
Dorset. She d. 1812, leaving, with otlicr issue,

Edward, Viscount Portman.
II. Mary, m. John Ayshford Wise, Esq. of Ford House, Devon,
and left, with other issue,

John Ayshford Wise, of Clayton Hall, M.P. for Stafford.
Arms — Gu. three serpents, coiled or, on a chief of the second,
as many pheons' heads sa., for Whitby, since the Reforma-
tion ; arg., tbree serpents coiled vert., for Whitby, ancient.
Crests — 1st, Out of an ancient royal coronet a serpent coi'.e J ppr. ;
2nd, a pheon in pale barb downwards environed by a serpent.
il/ot(o«— Live to live hereafter; and Virtus vitium fugere.

J^amiln of Sarrotcr.

Lineage. — This family, which, as Garkiochs of Kinstair,
claims descent from the ancient royal line of Scotland, have
possessed lands in Sliddlesex and Herts since 1760, when

The Rev. David Garrow, D.D., 6. 1716,eldest son of William
Garrow, of Kinstair (who d. during the Scotch Rebellion),
purchased the Priory and lands of Monken Hadley, in Middle-
sex. His brother, AVilliain Garrow, who d. without issue,
acquired an estate at Totteridge, in Herts, 1764. David Garrow,
D.D., d. 1805, leaving issue,

I. William, who d. young.

II. Edward, his heir, of whom presently.

III. William (Sir, Right Hon.), Baron of the Exchequer, and
a Privy Counsellor, b. 1760, one of the most illustrious
lawyers of his day. Counsel for Mr. Fox in the famous
Westminster Scrutiny, M.P. successively for Gatton, Col-
lington, and Eye. Held the offices of Solicitor and Attorney-
General, and the Chief Justiceship of Chester. He d. 1840,
having received the offer of a peerage from George IV. By
Lady Garrow (who d. 1808) he left two children,

David, Rector of East Barnet, d. s. p.

I. Jane, m. Rev. William Monk, and had issue, one son,
William Garrow Monk; and one dau., Eliza, m. Rev. F.





The eldest son,

Edwabd Gabfow, of n.idley Priorv, 6. ITol, <f. 18.0, in-
liciited his uncle's estates at Totteridse, which he afterwards
sold. He served as HiK'-i Sheriff of Herts, 41 Geoiige III. By
his wile Sophia, he left two sons,

I. George, who succeeded him.

II. liavid ^Kev.>, a Chaplain in India, d. s. p. IS66.
George Garrow, of Hadley Priory and Fort St. George,

Aceountant-General of India, and Chief Judge of the Final
•Court of Appeal, d. 1S3S; vi. Eliza, eldest dau. and co-heiress
of Joseph Baker, Esti. of the Priory, Chichester, by whom, he
left issue, one son and one dau.,

I. Kev. George Baker Garrow. of Iladley Priory, h. 1809.
d. 1862: m. Frances, dau.) f William XewLand, Esq. of
Salt Hill, Sussex. (The present Jlrs. Garrow, of Hadley.)
He had issue, two sons and two daus.,

1 William George, d. s. p.

2 Edward, rf. ,■>•. p.

1 Georyina .Martha, m. Capt. Bremridge Nichollctts.

2 Katherine Harriet, m. Col. Arthur Iloskyns.

J. Sophia Jane, m. 'st, Lieut. -Col. Schonswar (who <?. ISol) ;
•.!ndly, Thomas Edward Whitby, Esq. of Creswell Hall, co.
Staflford (see above). Has issue by her 1st marriage one dau.,
Eliza Lydia : and by her 2nd marriage,
Edward Garrow Whitby.
Mabel Harriet Georgina.
/(rniiS— Az., a bend or, between a buck's head couped in
chief arg. attired of the second, and three crosses-crosslet
litchee in base of the third. Civ.-;;— Out of a mount vert a
palm tree ppr. Motto — Concussus surgo.
Residence— lOS, Cromwell Road, S.W.


White, Frank Aemsteong, Esq. of Castor, co.
Northampton, J.P., B.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, Capt.
and Hon. Major 3rd Nortliants Eegt. b. 16 March,
1850 ; »!. 10 Aug. 1875, Fanny Augusta, elder dau. of
W. Patterson, Esq., and has issue,

I. William Archibald Armstrong, 6. 19 June, d. 7 July,

■t. Margherita Emily Louisa Armstrong.

II. Eva Josephine Armstrong.

III. Bertha Frances Armstrong.

IV. Violet Marie Armstrong.

Lineage.— Rev. Stephen White, LL. D.Cambridge, 1781,
3rd son of Taylor White, Esq. of Tuxford, and uncle of Sir
Thomas WooUaston White, created a Baronet 1802 (ride BrnKE's
Peerage and Baronetage), was Vicar of Langtoft, and after-
wards Rector of Connington, co. Huntingdon. In 1720 he s.
by bequest of his aunt, Mary Armstrong, to considerable free-
hold property in London, W^estminster, and Southwark; and in
June, 1796, he purchased the estate of Castor. He was h. 17
Jan. 1740 ; m. Elizabeth Hannah, dau. of Rev. William Sellon
<who d. 13 March, 1814) ; and(i. 1824, having had issue,

I. William Archibald Armstrong, his successor.

II. Francis Sellon, Capt. E.I.C., b. 22 Aug. J780 ; m. Joanna,
granddau. of Dr. Abraham Rees, the Encyclopsediast; and
d. 18-51, leaving a son,

Henry Ellis, late of 5th Dragoon Guards, m. and d. 1893,
leaving issue, a son,
I. Elizabeth Ann, d. unm. 1837.
ii. Mary, d. unm. 186.T.

III. Sarah Maria, m. Rev. Robert Spranger, D.D., and had

IV. Priscilla Lydia. m. William Smith, Lieut. B.N. ; and d.
Is23, leaving issue.

V. Anna, m. Rev. Edward Smith ; and d. 1843.

The eldest son,

William Archibald Aemstron'i White, Esq. of Castor,
%. 26 May, 1776, Barrister-at-Law, D.L. and J. P. , m. 20 July,
1830, Sarah, only dau. of Col. Johnson Newman, Russian
Counsellor of Legation of Lisbon ; by her (who rf. 10 Feb.
1821) he left at his death, Dec. 1847, the following issue,

I. .Stephen Pke.scott, his successor.

II. Francis (Kev.), M.A. Cambridge, 6. 5 May, 1803 ; d.

HI. William Spranger (Rev.), M.A. Cambridge, h. 3 Dec.
1809; m. 13 Sept. 1850, Hon. Louise Madeline Campbell,
dau. of John, 1st Lord Campbell, and Mary Elizabeth,
Baroness Stratheden in her own right.

iv. Charles Best, of Lincoln's Inn, b. 7 Oct. 1812; m. Anne
Aglae Josephine (who d. 1874), dau. of Admiral Ferrand
Hyrees, France ; and d. at Nice, 1859, leaving issue,

1 Frank Armstrong, now of Castor.

2 Charles Lionel Prescott, 6. 30 June, l£58j m.

1 Louisa Sarah Josephine, m. Jlons. Archibald de Saut-
ciron, and has issue.

2 Blarie Alexandrine Julie, m. Rev. Edward Gray, P.ector
of AlwaHon, Hunts, and has i - sue.

3 Alice Eugt!;nic Aglae, m. Allan Saunders, JIajor 8Cth
Rogt., and has issue.

4 Hcliine Marie (deceased), m. J. A. Cassels, of Bombay,
and has issue.

5 Caroline Fclicie Octavie, m. C. II. Beresford, County
Court Judge, and has issue.

6 l':mma Theresa Georgina Mary, m. W. A. Dawson, C.E.,
and has issue.

v. George Towry, M.A. Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law, h. 14
JIarch, 1814; m. Aug. 1848, Eiiphemia Anna, only dau. of
Major Robert W. Sherritf, Assistant Commissary-General at
Nagpore ; and d. 14 Dec. 1867, leaving issue,

1 Mary Helen.

2 Isabella Pringle, m. 30 Sept. 1884, John Eirke, of New

3 Louisa Caroline, m. her 3rd cousin, John White. 3rd son
of the late Rev. Taylor White, and has issue.

4 Agnes Cecil.

I. Anne, d. 1804. ii. Penelope, d. Jan. 1875.

III. Louisa, d. 1882. iv. Sarah, d. 1822.

The eldest son,

Stephen Prescott White, Esq. of Castor, &. 2 Oct. 1801,
was JI.A. Cambridge, Member of Lincoln's Inn, and Barrister-
at-Law. He broke the entail of his estates, and d. unm. 22
June, 1866, having devised his estates in trust, with eventual
remainder, to his nephew, the present

Frank Armstrong White, Esq. of Castor.

Arms — Gu., a chevron vair between three lions rampant or.
Crest— Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-eagle, wings expanded
sa. Motto — Loyal unto death.

Seat — Castor House, near Peterborough, co. Northampton.


White, Geoege Feancis, Esq. of Old Elvet,
CO. Durham, D.L., Lieut.- Col. in the Army, late of
the IBtli Lancers and 31st Foot, with the latter of
which he served through the Sutlej campaign 1845-
46, as second in command of his Eegt. (medal and
clasp) ; b. 20 June, 1808; m. 6 Feb. 1839, Anne,
dau. of Thomas Greenwell, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Greenwell and Willington House, co. Durham (by
his wife, Isabella Alicia, youngest dau. of Jolin
Hayes, Esq. of Durham, by Eleanor, dau. and co-
lieiress of Kichard Wetherell, Esq., niece to the
Very Kev. Dr. Wetherell, Dean of Hereford, and
cousin of Sir Charles Wetherell, the eminent
Attorney- General), and by her {vide Geeenwell
of Greenivell) has had,

I. Charles Henry, d. 19 July, 1S57.

II. George Frederick, Lieut. -Col. Commanding 1st Batt.
King's Own (51st) Yorkshire Light Infantry, 6. 22
June, 1845 ; served on the Indian Frontier, in Afghanistan
and Burmah (two medals and three clasps).

III. Edward Arthur, F.S.A. (Windliara Club, S.W.), late
Capt. 4th Batt. Durham Light Infantry.*

IV. Percy Walter, d. 22 Blarch, 1854.

v. Aubrey Francis, Major 2nd Batt. The Welsh Regt., b. 23
Aug. 1856.

I. Georgina Isabella, d. at Simla, India, 24 Sept. 1843.

II. Theresa Mary Louisa. in. Alice Isabella.
IV. Ella Jeanne. v. Evelyn.

Col White is author of Views in the Himalajfas,
dedicated by command to the late Queen Adelaide.
Lineage.— This family, though latterly of Essex, is a
branch of the Whites of Uedheugli, co. Durham, who were
for long there seated, and were of considerable importance
and affluence. Agnes, heiress of lledheugh (great-grand-
dau. of Sir Hugh de Redheugh and Agnes his wife, dau. and
heiress of Sir Hugh Burden, of Ivcsley Burden), m. about
the middle of the JSth century, — White, and thus brought
the estates into this family. Here they continued to reside,
intermarrying in the meantime with the Conyers of Marske,
the Whitfields of H'/ii/jiild, the Lambtons of Lambton, the
Reeds of, &e., iic, until Robert White, Esq., sold
the property in 1620. The immediate ancestor of the present

* To this gentleman, a very learned genealogist, the
Author's warmest thanks are due for the great and valuable
assistance he has afforded with respect to County of Durham





Thomas White, of the Savoy, London, Merchant (great-
great-fcrancison of Matthew White, Esq. of Redheugh, and
Anne, dau. of John Lambton, Esq. of Larabton) 6. 1672 ; m.
1696, Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of Henry Chester, Esq.,
grandson of Sir Robert Chester, of Royston, and liis wife
Anne, dau. of Sir Henry Capel, of Raynes, co. Essex
(ancestor of the present Earl of Essex), by his wife, the
Lady Katherine Manners, dau. of Thomas, 1st Earl of
Rutland, K.G. The grandson of Thomas White and Elizabeth
Chester (which lady was lUh in direct descent from King
Edward III.),

Henry White, Esq. of Dedham, Essex, and of West-
minster, an officer in the army (son of Henry White, Esq.
of Dedham, who d. \ 769, and was, with his wife, bur. in
the Chapel Royal Savoy) had issue, by his wife, Ann Car-

I. Frederic, 6. 18 Jan. 1769 ; d. young.

II. John Henry, 6. 26 Aug. 1772 ; d. young.

III. Francis George, 6. 2o Oct. 1774; by his 2nd wife he left
issue at his death, April, 1816, two sons,

1 George Francis, 6. 24 Aug. 1812; a,ni d. unm. 1841.

2 Henry William, b. 15 April, 1814; and d. uyim. Ib37.
rv. Henry, of whom presently.

I. Sarah, d. young.

II. Haniot, Mrs. Proctor, d. IS Aug. 1807.

III. Penelope Ann, m. John Robinson, Esq. of Westminster;
and d. 1850. Her elder dau. m. Thomas CrfSH-ell, Esq.,
and her younger dau. ?;i. George Grenville VVillson, Esq.

The 4th son,

Henby White, Esq., Major in the army, of the 74th
Highlanders, and previously of the Grenadier Guards, served
■with some distinction in the Peninsular War, &c. (medahs and
clasps^ being present in forty-eight actions, and on four
occasions wounded, 6. 28 April, 1781 ; m. 16 June, 1803, Jean,
niece of HughHanna, Esq. of the Household of George 111.
and H.R.H. the Princess Charlotte of Wales), and only sur-
viving child and heiress of John Hanna, Esq. of Paisley, co.
Eenfrew (by Jean, dau. and heiress of Thomas Adam, Esq.,
by his wife Janet Erskine), and by her (who d. 14 Jan. 1870)
bad issue,

I. Henry Hugh, Lieut. Ceylon Rifle Eegt., b. 1 June, 1804;

d. unrii. on board ship, on his passage to England, 18 Dec.

n. George Francis, the present representative.

III. Charles, Lieut. 13th Regt., b. 4 June, 1809 _; d. itiira. on
board ship, on his passage home from luaia, 16 April,

IV. Frederick John, 1st Lieut. Royal Marines, served in
China (medal), and in Spain, wliere he was taken prisoner
by the Caiiists, 6. Oct. 1814 (to whom H.K.H. the Duke of
Cambridge was .sponsor) ; m. 14 Aug. 1844, Frances Adelaide,
dau. of Lieut.-Col. J. W. Dunn, 6th Dragoons; but d.s.p.
4 Oct. 1854.

V. Augustus Alexander, sometime of H.M's. Treasury, 5. 1
Dec. 1822 (to whom H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex was spon-
sor) ; m. 1st, 24 Jan. 1846, Sarah, eldest dau. of George
Nevile, Esq. of Skelbrooke Park, and Badsworth, co. York
(gee Nevile of Skelbrooke), and d. in Queensland, 22 Aug.
1889, having by her (who d. 18 Aug. 1864j had issue,

1 Charles Nevile, late R.N., 6. 2 Dec. 1816.

2 Henrj George, 6. 28 Dec. 1848.

3 Augustus Alexander, 6. 2 Oct. 1850.

4 Arthur Cavendish, b. 20 July, 1852 ; d. 27 Aug. 1854.

5 Herbert Brownlow, b. 14 June, and d. 11 Aug. 1854.

He in. 2ndly, 18 Dec. 1858, Eleanor, dau. of Richard Smith,
Esq., by whom he had no issue.

I. D'Honora Jean, d. unin., 29 June, 1858.

II. Vittoria Hanna, m. at Simla, India, 26 Oct. 1843, Col.
William Lydiard (brother of the late Admiral Lydiard), and
has issue,

1 Arthur Combe Gordon Lydiard, late an officer 38th Regt.
now Lieut.-Col. Indian Staff Corps ; m.

2 Walter Charles Lydiard, m. and has issue.

1 Donna Eliza, m. 8 June, 1868, Richard Ileneage Taylor,
Esq., eldest son of Richard Taylor, Esq. of Langdou Court,
Devon, by his wife, Caroline Hart-Dyke, niece of Sir
Percival Hart-Dyke, Bart.

2 Blanche Harriott, -in. 28 Aug. 1877, the Hon. Dana Ilor-
ton, of Washington, U.S.A., and has issue.

Major White d. 23 March, 1849, and is bur. in the garrison
chapel yard, Portsmouth.

Arnis—Arg., three cocks' heads erased sa. combed and
wattled gu. Crest — A cock's head erased sa. combed and
wattled gu. il/o(to— Vigilans et audax.

Hesidtnce — Old Elvet, Durham.

Club— St. George's, Hanover Square, W.


White, James Geove, Esq. of Kilbyme, co.
Cork, J. P., Major 1st Batt. Duke of Cambridge's

Ovm Middlesex Eegt., served in the Zulu 'war &c.,
b. 21 Oct. 1^52 ; m. 1 July, 1880, Constance, dau. of
Abraham FitzGibbon, Esq. of the Rookery, Stan-
niore, co. Middlesex (see FitzGibbon of Crohana),
and has issue,

I. Pierce Grove, 6. 13 Oct. 1882.

II. Maurice FitzGibbon Grove, 6. 7 Dec. 1887.

III. Eric Grove, 6. 11 April, 1892. ^
I. Constance Geraldine Grove, 6. 10 April, 1881.

liineage— James White, jun., of Dromanagh, In the
barony of Decise, co. Waterford, m. (licence, 2 Nov. 1694)
Grace, only child of John Grove, Esq. of Kilbyrne, Cahir- *
duggan, Cork, and was father of

John White, Esq. of Kilbyrne, co. Cork, which pl.ace he
s. to under the will of his maternal grandiather, dated IS
July, 1707. He m. (setts, dated 15 April, 1725) Anne, dau.
of John Fowike, Esq. of Ballinbrittick, co. Cork, and d.
1754 (will dated 18 May, 1754, proved 9 July in that year),
having had issue, eight sons and four daus. The 3r'l son,

James White, Esq. of Kilbyrne, or Kilburne, 6. 11 Feb. 1729 ;
rii. Sarah, dau. of John Garde, Esq. of Glyn, co. Waterford
(.<ec Garde of Ballynccurra), and d. 1780, having by her (who
d. 19 Feb. 1821) had (with a dau., Rebecca, m. (licence, 23 Jan.
1792) John Dennis, Esq. of Waterford and had issue, two sons^
and one dau.), six sons,

I. John Grove, his heir.

II. Grove, mentioned in his uncle Grove's will. He had
issue, William, b. 15 July, 1803 ; and Sarah, b. 2 Feb. 1810.

III. Thomas, Supervisor of Taxes, m. Sarah CoUis, and had
a dau., Rebecca, Mrs. Holland, and three sons, the second,
Edward James. Lieut.-Col. 70th Regt., served in Spain
under Sir John Moore, b. 2 Oct. 1792; m. 1831, Henrietta-
Dobree, dau. of Thomas Carey, Esq. of Rozel, Guernsey,
and by her (who d. 29 April, 1875) had an only child, Amelia
Carey, m. her cousin, Capt. Hans Thomas Fell White, (see
below). The eldest son,

WilUam Grove, Lieut. R.N., to. 15 May, 1822, Rebecca,
dau. of Roger Green, of Youghal, co. Cork, and sister of
the "Ven. T. W. Green, Archdeacon of Ardagh, and d. 20-
Nov. 1835, leaving a son,

Thomas Fell, of Dulilin, b. 5 Oct. IS24; m. Juliet Maria»
dau. of George Cullin, Esq. of Dublin; andrf. 11 March,
1872, leaving two daus. (Juliet Maria, m. 19 May, 1886,
Rev. J. E. Grasett, Vicar of Allensmore, Hereford, and
has issue; and Rebecca, m. '29 Aug. 1889, Herbert
Sessions, Esq., and has issue), and as many sons,

1 William James Grove, of Dublin, Crown Solicitor
for CO. Kildare, B.A., LL.B. Trin. Coll. Dublin, 6. 20
Oct. 1852; TO. 12 April, 1877, Emily, dau. of William
Wilson, Esq. Dublin, and has 1 William Ernest
Grove, b. 13 Feb. 1878 ; 2 Ion Alexander Grove, 6. 24:
Dec. 1879 ; 3 Robert, Grove, b. 9 Sept. 1881 ; 4 Gerald

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