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rder of
London, d. 1573; i. Margaret, m. Thomas Glutton, Esq. of
Nantwich. Mr. Wilbraham d. 15'22. His 2nd son,

Richard Wilbraham, Esq. of Nantwich, b. 1528; m. 1st,
Eliza, dau. of Thomas Maisterson, Esq. of that place; and
2ndly, Margaret, widow of Richard Wright, dau. of Alexander
Elcocke, Esq. He d. 1612, having had issue,

Richard, Common Serjeant of London, to. 1584, Elizabeth,
dau. of Sir Thomas Puleston, Lord Mayor, and dying v. p.
13 Sept. 1601, left with other issue, a son, Thomas.

Roger, nominated in 1600 a Master of the Court of Requests,
having previously filled the office of Solicitor Geneial in
Ireland. He d. without male issue 1616.
, Thomas, in. Anne Pyerson, and had issue.

Italjih, Feodai-y of Chester and co. Flint, ancestor of the
Wilbrahams of Dorj'old.

Richard W^Ubraham was «. by hi? grandson,

Thomas Wilbraham, Esq. of Nantwich, in. 1619, Rachael,
dau. and sole heiress of Joshua Clive, Esq. of Huxley (by Mary
his wife, dau. of Andrew Charlton, Esq. of Apley), and had,
with otlier issue, his successor at his decease,

Roger Wilbraham, Esq. of Nantwich, b. 1023, one of the
intended kniglits of the Royal Oak. He m. Alice, dau. of
Roger Wilbraham, of Dorffld, by whom he had (with two
daus., Alice, wife of Ralph Wilbraham, Esq. of Dorfold ; and
Grace, wife of Sir Thomas Brooke, 3rd Bart, of Norton) several
sons ; the eldest surviving,



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Handle Wilbbaham, Esq. of Nantwich, High Sheriff of co.
<!hcster 1714; m. Mary, dau. of Sir Eichard Brooke, Bart, (by
Francesca Posthuma his wife, dau. of Thomas, son of SirTeter
Xeigh, of Lyme), and had issue,

I. Eichard, who rf. in his father's lifetime.

II. EoGER, his heir. ,
in. Eandle, of Kode Ilall, co. Chester, Barrister-at-Law,

LL.D., and Deputy-Steward of the University of Oxford, m.
24 Aug. 1722, Dorothy, only dau. of Andrew Kenrick, Ksq.,
and had, with several younger children, a son and heir,
EicHAED Wilbbaham, Esq. of Eode, m. Mary, dau. and
sole heiress of Eobert Bootle, Esq. of Lathom House, and
dying 1796, left, with several daus., two sons,
J Edward Bootle Wilbbaham, 1st Lord Skelmersdale,
grandfather of the present Eabl ofLathom (see Bcbke's
J'eei-ape).
2 Eandle, of Eode, High Steward of Congleton, and
J.P., b. 10 Jan. 1773; ot. 1st, 5 Dec. 1798, Letitia,
dau. and heir of the Eev. Edward Eudd, Eector of
Houghton-le-Skerne, by Lsetitia his wife, dau. of John
Arden, Esq. of Alvanley, and by her (who d. 1805) had
issue,
Eandle, of Eode Hall, J. P. and D.L., 6. 1 March,
1801; m. 12 Nov. 1833, Sybella, dau. of William
Egerton, Esq. of Gresford, co. Denbigh, which lady
d. 1847. He d. 10 March, 1887.
He m. 2ndly, 1808, Sybella, dau. of Philip Egerton, Esq.
and by her (who d. 30 May, 1868; he left at his decease,
12 Jan. 1861,

Charles Philip (Eer.), M.A., Vicar of Penkridge, 5. 10
March, 1810; m. 15 Feb. 1876, Caroline Octavia, dau
of Hon. and Very Eev. Henry Howard, and d. s. p.
1879. His widow jii. 2ndly, 18 Oct. 1S83, Eobert
Bateman, Esq. of BiJdulph Hall.
Sichard (Sir), K.C.B., General, of Eode HaU, Col.
Eoyal Fusiliers, and officer Legion of Honor, 6. 12
April, 1811; m. 24 Nov. 1846, Eliza F'rances, dau. of
William Egerton, Esq. of Gresford, and has an only
dau., Katharine Frances, m. i April, 1872, George
Barrington Baker, Esq., son of Sir George Baker,
Bart.
Francis Henry Eandle, of Cresswellshawe, Alsager,
CO. Chester, J.P., 6. 6 Jan. 1819 ; m. 15 July, 1858,
Elizabeth Mary, dau. of John Barnard, Esq. of
Ham Common, Surrey, and has Mary Sybilla, and
Grace.
TVIary Laetitia, m. J. Fryer, Esq.
Emma, m. Sir Archibald £dmonstone, Bart., and d,
25 May, 1891.

Sybella Elizabeth. Henrietta.

Frances Maria. Emily.

Charlotte, m. Eev. Francis Cradock Twemlow.
IV. Thomas, LL.B. and F.E.S., d. s. p.
-v. Henry William (Eev.), M.A., Eector of Shelford, d, uhhi.

I. Frances, m. William Wright, Esq. of Stockport.

II. Elizabeth, m. William Falconer. Esq.

III. Mary, m. Thomas Chetham, Esq. of Mellor, co. Derby.
Mr. Wilbraham was .<i. at his decease, 1732, by his eldest sur-
viving son,

KoGER Wilbraham, Esq. of Nantwich, m. 1st, 1731, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Sir Thomas Brooke, 3rd Bart, of Norton, but had
no surviving issue. He m. 2ndly, 1740, Mary, dau. of Thomas
Hunt, Esq. of Mollington (by Mary Eobartes his wife, sister
and heiress of Henry, 3rd Earl of Eadnor), and had issue,
George, his heir ; Eoger of London, F\R.S. and S.A., M.P. ;
and Thomas, d. unm. He d. 1754, and was s. by his eldest
son,

George Wilbbaham, Esq. of Nantwich, and Delaniere
Lodge, High Sheriff co. Chester 1791, who jii. 13 Oct. 1774,
Maria, 2nd dau. of William Harvey, Esq. of Chigwoll, Essex,
M.P. for many years for that co., and had issue,
Eoger, who d. in the lifetime of his father.
George, his heir.

William, Capt. E.N., 6. 1781 ; m. Julia Fanny, dau. of Lewi«
Montolieu, Esq. ; and d. 1824, leaving issue one son, Wil-
liam, E.N., and three daus., Julia, m. Capt. Edward Stop-
ford, E.N. ; Emily, in. Capt. Eobert Stopford, E.N. ; and
Louisa, d. unm.
Maria, d. young. Emma. Elizabeth.

Anne, m. 1831, Field-Marshal Thomas Grosvenor, who d.
1851.

Mr. Wilbraham d. i Dec. 1813, and was s. by his son,

George Wilbbaham, Esq. of Delamere House, M.P. for co.
Chester 1832 to 1841, b. 8 March, 1779 ; m. 3 Sept. 1814, Lady
Anne Fortescue, 3rd dau. of Hugh, 1st Earl Forteseue, and by
her (who d. 28 Feb. 1864) had issue,

I. George FoRTEScnE, his heir.

II. EoGEE William, now of Delamere House.

JII. Thomas Edward (The Old Palace, Eichmond, Surrey),
Col., b. 8 Oct. 1820 ; m. 25 June, 1857, Julia CatliL-iine,
dau. of Col. Thomas Walter Powell, Eifle Brigade; and d.
27 Dec. 1884, having had issue,
II.



Ealph James, 6. Capt. D. of Cornwall's L.I., 27 April, 1858.
Edward Sidney, b. 13 Aug. 1860.
Henry George, 6. 12 March, 1863.
Mary Catharine, b. 16 Aug. 1867.

IV. Henry, b. 25 July, 1825 ; m. 13 Dec. 1864, Mary Jane,
dau. of Christopher and Jane Dorothea Marriott, and d.
1883, leaving issue,

1 Donald Fortescue, 6. 14 Nov. 1865.

2 Cecil Grenville, b. 29 Dec. 1866.

3 Eot;er, b. 22 Dee. Ib71.

4 Charles Thackeray, 6. 28 April, 1875.

5 Maurice, b. 29 June, 1878.

1 Hester Mary.

2 Frances Marian, d. young.

V. Hugh, of Old Head House, Westport, co. Mayo, J. P.,
Hiih Sheriff for Mayo 1885, b. 2 Dec. 1827; m. 2 June, 1863,
Lady Marian Browne, dau. of the 2nd Marquess of Sligo,
and d. 1890, leaving issue, Bernard Hugh, b. 15 Aug. 1880 ;
Augusta Julia ; Ethnea Catherine.

Mr. Wilbraham d. 24 Jan. 1852, and was s. by his son,

George Fortescue Wilbraham, Esq. of Delamere, J. P., 6.
4 Aug. 1815, High Sheriff 1858, who d. 27 April, 1885, and was
>. by his brother.

Amis — Az., two bars arg. borne usually quarterly with the
ancient coat, viz., arg., three bends wavy az. Crest — A wolf's
head erased arg. Motto— In portu quies.

Seat — Delamere House, Northwich.



EAGNALL-WILD OF COSTOCK.

Bagnall-Wild, Kalph Bagnall, Esq. of Cos-
tock, CO. Notts, J.P., M.A. Caius College, Cambridge,
Barrister-at-Law, m. 1871, Alice, youngest dau. of
the late Richard Adolph Pfeil, Esq. of Boxgrove,
Surrey, and has issue,

Ealph Kirkby, 2nd Lieut; E.E., i. 18 Aug. 1873.
Maud Kirkby.

He is 2nd son of William Kirkby, Esq. by Harriott
Ursula Horsman his wife, grandson of the Rev.
William Kirkby, Rector of Caldecote, co. Hunting-
don (who d. 1 Dec. 1811), by his wife, Martha
Reece, of Handley, co. Chester, and assumed, by
licence, 23 Nov. 1868, the surname of Bagnall-
WiLD, in lieu of his patronymic, on succeeding to
the estates of his godfather, the late Samuel Bag-
nall-Wild, Esq., who d. 23 Sept. 1868. He has one
elder brother, William Horsman Kirkby, Esq., and
three younger brothers.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, erm., a fess engrailed between
in chief two stags' heads erased and in base an escallop all sa. ;
2nd and 3rd, or, three bars erm. a lion lampant az., between
two Haunches of the last. Crest — 1st, a denii-stag sa. guttee
d'orattiied and resting the sinister foot on an escallop or;
2n.d, an heraldic antelope sejant az. bezant6 gorged with a
collar gemel and horned or. Motto — Sur et loyal.

Seat — Costock Manor House, Loughborough.



WILDER OF PURLEY HALL AND
SULHAM.

WiiDEE, Feedeeick, Esq. of Purley HaU, and
Sulham, Berks, J.P., b. 2 July, 1832 ; s. his father
2 July, 1836; m. 1st, 30 Nov. 1861, Sarah Fox,
2nd dau. of Sir Benjamin Hawes, K.C.B., Under
Secretary of State for the War Department ; she
d. s.p. 1871 ; he m. 2ndly, 1873, Augusta Dorothea,
eldest dau. of Arthur Currie, Esq. of Connaught
Place, Hyde Park ; she d. s. p. 7 Jan. 1892.

Lineag'e. — Nicholas Wilder, Esq., living 15 April, 12
Henry VII., 1497, was father of

John Wilder, Esq., who had (with a dau., Agnes, m.
— Edwards, Esq.) a son and heir,

John Wilder, Esq. of Nunhide, in Sulham, Berks, who
gave Sulham House (previously belonging to John Kent) to his
son, William, by deed of entail, dated 12 Dec. 1582. His will
was dated 14 Oct. 1588. By Alice, his wife, who, as executrix,
proved her husband's will 16 Nov. following, he left four sons,
John, Nicholas, William and Thomas; and three daus.,
Eleanor, m. John Higgs, Esq. ; Joan. m. John Palmer, Esq. ;
and Alice.

Tlie immediate progenitor of the present proprietor of
Sulham and Purley llall, was

He.nby Wilder, Esq. of Nunhide, only son and heir of John

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Wilder, Esq. of Nunhide. He m. Elizalicth, younger dan. and
ro-heir (by Mary his wife,dau. of Thomas Buckeridsc, Esq. of
BaseUon)'of Thomas Saunders, Esq. of Purley, in the parish
of Chaddleworth, Berks, who was son of Thomas Saunders,
Esq., by Margaret, his wife, sister of Dr. John Buckeridge,
Bishop of Ely, anddau. of EHzabeth Buckeridge, whose father,
Thomas Kiblewhite, Esq. of Baselton, w.as nephew of Mary
Kiblewhite, wife of "William Whyte, Esq. of Beading, and
mother of Sir Thomas Whitk, Lord Mayor of London, L')54,
Eounder of St. John's Coll. Oxford. Through his descent the
■\Vilders are Founder's kin to that college. By Elizabeth
Saunders, his wife, who <?. 1741, Mr. Wilder left at his decease,
ITof), one son, Johs, his heir; and four daus. The son and
successor,

John- Wilder, Esq. of Nunhide, J.P. and D.L., m. llJune,
173o, Beaufoy, eldest dau. and co-heir of Col. William Boyle
(brother of Henry, 1st Earl of Shannon), by Martha Beaufoy
his wife, dau. and heir of Sir Samuel Garth, Knt. By her
(whorf. 17 May, 1705) Mr. Wilder left at his decease, July,
177'2, with younger issue, a son and successor.

The Eev. Henrt Wilder, LL.D. of Purley Hall, Berks,
Eectorof Sulham, b. Sept. 1774, elected Fellow of St. John's
Coll. Oxford, 1766. He m. Joan, dau. of William Thoyts,
Esq. of Sulhamstead, and by her (who d. 1837, aged 89) had
issue,
John, his heir.
William.

George Lodowick, m. Augusta Iva Mary, dau. of Edmund
Waleot. Esq. of Winckton, Hants, and had two sons, Ed-
niond and George.
Francis Boyle Shannon, of Busbridge Hall, Surrey,?). 18 Dec.
1785; ?)!. 4 Sept. 1834, Augusta, dau. of John Cornwall,
Esq., and niece of Allan Hyde, 'ind Lord Gardner.
Mary Anne, 9?i. the Kev. Frederick Beadon, Hector of North
Stonehani, Hants.
Harriet, in. Charles Dixon, Esq.of Stanstead, Sussex.
Lucy, m. the Kev. John Pannel, of Aldsworth, Sussex.
Charlotte Beaufoy, m, William Blackwood, Esq. of Lon-
don.
Dr. "Wilder d. 22 Jan. 1814, aged 69, and was s. by his eldest
son,

John Wilder, Esq. of Purley Hall, and Sulham, bapt. 1769,
J.P. and D.L., m. 1797, Harriet, dau. of the Kev. Edwards
Beadon, Rector of North Stoneham, Hants, aud by her ^who
d. Oct. 1825, aged 52) had issue,
Henry Watson, his heir.

John, late Fellow of King's Coll. Cambridge, Hector of Sul-
ham, and Vice-Provost of Eton Coll., b. 'J July, 1801 ; in.
1st, 26 July, 1831, Mary, dau. of the Ven. Gilbert Heath-
cote, Archdeacon of Winchester, son of Sir Thomas Heath-
cote, 2nd Bart, of Hursley Park, Hants. She d. June, 1856.
Hem. 2ndly, 1800, Mary Hood, 2nd dau. of the llev. G.
Deane, of Bighton Rectory, Hants, and d. 2 .Vug. 1892.
Charles, Fellow of King's Coll. Camb., i. 12 July, 1808; d.

1838.
Jane, d. i<nm. 31 Dec. 1845.
Mr. Wilder d. 22 Feb. 1834, aged 65, and was s. by his son,

The Rev. Henet Watson Wilder, of Purley Hall, Rector of
Sulham, h. 3 Nov. 1798; -//(. 8 April, 1829, Augusta, sister of
Sir Charles Joshua Smith, 2nd hart, of Suttons, and by her
had two sons,

I. Fredf:eick, present representative of the family.

II. Henry Beaufoy (Kev.), M.A. (Sulham Rectory, Reading),
b. 25 Oct. 1834, m. 1 July, 1858, Augusta, youngest dau. of
the late Langham Christie, Esq. of Preston Deanery, co.
Northampton, and by her (who <;. 17 Nov. 189'2) has issue,
1 Henry Charles (Kev.), Rector of Farnham Royal, Bucks,
6. 7 July, 1860: 2 Francis Langham, b. '26 July, 1SG3; 3
Frederick Beaufoy, d. 31 Aug. 1871, aged 12 weeks; 1
Augusta Mary ; 2 Helen Margaret ; 3 Eveline Irene.

Mr. Wilder and his wife were drowned by the upsetting
of a boat off Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 2 July, 1836, both
aged 37.

Ariiu — Gu., from a fess or, charged with two barrulets az.
a demi-lion rampant issuant of the second. Creft — A savages
head alTrontee couped at the shoulders, the temples entwined
with woodljines all ppr. Mottn — Virluti mania cedant.

Seats — Purley ilall, and Sulham House, Reading, Berks.



WILKES OF liOFTS HALL.

Wilkes, Lucy, of Loft.s liall, dau. of Joseph
Thomas Colliii, E.sq., m. 1877, the late JouN Wilkes,
Esq. of I.ofts Hall, Essex, Barrister-at-Law, who
•was b. IS IS, and d. s. p. 1887.

Lineage — The Rev. Kosert Fiske, only son of Rev.
Eobert Fiske, PkCctor of Wendon Lofts, and Vicar of Elmdon,



by Mary Anne his wife, dau. of John Fiske, Esq. of S-iffron
Walden, assumed by royal licence, the surname and arms of'
Wilkes, having succeeded in 1858, to the estates of his cousin,
John Wilkes, Esq. of Lofts Hall. He was educated at St.
John's Coll. Cambridge, B.A.1840, M.A. 1843, and was Patron
and Lord of the Manors of Wendon Lofts, Elmdon, and
Great Chishall. He jh. 1842, Emily Lettice, eldestdau. of Rev.
Robert Roberts, Vicar of Haverhill, Suffolk, and d. 1879,
leaving a sou aud heir, the late John Wilkes, of Lofts
Hall.

Arms — Or, a chevron paly of six gu. and sa. between three
escutcheons of the last each charged with a raven's head,
eiased of the first. Crest — A rock ppr. thereon a cros^-bow
erect or, in front of two quaiTels or bird-bolts in saltire gu.
Motto — Arcui mco non confide.

,S«!«— Lofts Hall, Saffron Walden.



WILKIE OF FOTJLDEN.

WiLKiE, James Bruce, Esq. of Foulden, co.
Berwick, J.P., Lieut. 3rd Batt. K.O. Scottish Bor-
derers, b. 6 May, 1867 ; educated at Eton and Trin,
Coll. Cambridge, m. 6 Feb. 1894, Mary Marjori-
banks, 2nd dau. of Watson Askew Robertson, Esq.
of Pallinsburn and Ladykirk, and the Hon. Sarali
Iiis -wife, dan .of David, 1st and last Lord Marjori-
banks {see B duke's Peerage, Tweedmouth, B.).

Lineage. — The family of Wilkie has possessed Ratho-
byres in Midlothian from the 14th century to the present
day, the owner being Daniel Wilkie, Esq., now resident
in Melbourne, Australia, eldest son of the late David Elliot
Wilkie, M.D. of Rathobyres and Gilchriston. Sir David
Wilkie, the Painter was of this family, to which also belong
the Wilkies, of Ormiston and Bonington, in the co. of Edin-
burgh ; the Wilkies, of Cammo, whose heiress, Rachel, m.
1079, John Menzies, of Cultar, co. Lanark, and also James
Wilkie, Principal of St. Leonard's Coll. at St. Andrews, who
d. 1590, and his nephew,

George Wilkie, Rector of the University there, who d,
1611.

William Wilkie, represented the burgh of Lanark, 1581-93,
'iH. a dau. of Macmorran, of Glespan, and had,

I. John, his heir.

II. Robert (Rev.), one of the ministers of Glasgow, Dean of
the F'aculty, Rector and Vice-Chancellor of the University,
a member of the High Court of Commission 1634, m. Jean
Inglis, and d. 1640, leaving with other issue,

John, of Broomhouse, co. Lanark, sat in Parliament for
Lanark 1654-5, m. Isabel, who d. 1657, eldest dau. aud
co-heir of James Bell, Provost of Glasgow 1643, and had
a son,

James, who eventually purchased Foulden.
I. Agnes, m. James, Lord Carmicliael, and from her de-
scended the Earls of Hyndford.

The eldest son,

John Wilkie, of F'oulden, co. Berwick, lu. Rachel, dau. and
heir of James Arnot, of Grantoun, 3rd son of Sir John Aruot,
of Cockburnspath, and had

Sir John Wilkie, of Foulden, knighted 1648, J.P. 1663, ra.
his cousin Agnes, dau. of James, Lord Carmicliael, and left an
only child,

Acjnes Wilkie, of Foulden, m. 7 Feb. 1676, William, 12tli
Lord Ross, and is represented by the Earl of Glasgow.

The estate was sold to her kinsman.

James Wilkie, of Foulden, who d. in Sept. 1732, when he
was s. by his son,

John Wilkie, of Foulden, m. (contract dated 5 April, 1745)
Magdalene, dau. of Sir F'rancis Kinloch, of Gilmerton, Bart.,
d. Sept. 1780, aged 75, and was s. by his son,

Capt. James Wilkie, of Foulden, who executed an eufail
1780. He m. Sarah Price, and d. 8 Sept. 1817, aged 71. His
eldest son,

James Wilkie, predeceased his father 1814, 'ni. 1804,
Harriet, dau. of Sir Robert Dalycll, of Binns, Bart., and left
an only child,

John Wilkie, of Foulden, m. April, 1864, Henrietta
Eleanor, dau. of Thomas Bruce, of Arnot, co. Kinross, anil
had

I. James Brdce, present proprietor.

II. .lohn Dalyell, b. '20 .Sept. 1870.

I. Henrietta Eleanor Maria.

II. Harriet Charlotte. iii. Eleanor Bruce.
Mr. Wilkie d. 21 June, 1884, aged 78.

/Seat— Foulden House, co. Berwick.



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WILKIE OF ELLINGTON HOUSE.

WiLKiE, Edward Obmeeod Hales, Esq. of
Ellington House, Kent, Capt. The Worcestershire
Eegt., b. 20 Feb. 1862.

Lineage.— Col. Thomas FtETcnER Wilkie, 6. 1777, son
of Thomas AVilkie, Esq. (who took part with the 36th Regt. in
the American War of Independence, and was killed in action),
served in the 35th and 38th Regts. during the war from 1793
to 1815; m. 1805, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sir John Hales, 5th
Bart., and d. 1862, leaving an only son,

Edward Charles Hales Wilkie, Esq. of Ellington House,
Kent, J. P. and D.L. for Kent and the Cinque Ports, formerly
1st Dragoon Guards, 6. 1809 ; m. 183-1, Mary, only dau. of
Thomas Wood, Esq. of Chislett Court, Kent, and by her (who
d. 15 Feb. 1887) had issue,

I. Hales, of Ellington House.

II. Kenyon Wood, Barrister-at-Law, BI.A., J.P. for Kent
and Cinque Ports, h. 1838.

III. Christopher Hales (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Kingstone,
Kent, b. 1841 : m. 1875, Melian Augusta, dau. of E. Pem-
broke Jones. Esq., late 4th Dragoon Guards.

IV. Edward Hales, b. 1844.

I. Caroline Hales, m. 1872, Sidney Young, Esq.

II. Mary Anne Hales, m. 1874, Francis Headlam Keenlyside,
Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law.

III. Octavia Elizabeth Hales, d. unm. Jan. 1888.
He d. 3 Nov. 1872, and was s. by his eldest son,

Major-Gen. Hales Wilkie, of Ellington House, Major-Gen.
in the Army, late Lieut. -Col. 29th Regt., b. 1S37 ; m. 1861,
Eleanor, dau. of William Walker, Esq. of Summerfield, co.
Chester, and had issue,

Edward Oemekod Hales, now of Ellington House.
Major-Gen. Wilkie d. Dec. 1891.

-Sfiai— Ellington House, Ramsgate.



WILKINSON OF HULAM AND
CLENNELL.

Wilkinson, Anthony, Esq. of Hulam and
Sheraton, co. Durham, and of Clennell, Northum-
berland, J.P. and D.L. co. Durham, High Sheriff,
1868, b. 19 Sept. 1838 ; m. 1st, 1871, Marj, eldest
dau. of F. W. Richardson, Esq. of Isleworth,
Middlesex, she d. s. p. 28 Aug. 1877. He m. 2ndly,
1880, Jennie, 2nd dau. of Thomas White, Esq.

Lineage — ANxnoNy Wilkinson, Esq. of Sheraton, Hulam,
and Crossgate, co. Durham, J.P. (son of William Wilkinson,
Esq. of Crossgate, who d. 1717), m. Deborah, dau. and co-heir
of Gilbert Machon, Esq. of Durham, and had with other issue,
a younger son, Thomas Wilkinson, Esq. of Brancepeth and
Wingate, co. Durham (ancestor of the late George Wilkinson,
Esq. of Oswald House, and of Anthony Wilkinson, Esq. of
Old Elvet, CO. Durham, High Sheriff 1875), and an eldest
son,

William Wilkinson, Esq. of Sheraton, Hulam, &c., and
of Newcastle-on-Tyne, m. Philadelphia, dau. and eventual
sole heiress of Thomas Clennell, Esq. of Clennell, and had a
numerous issue. Hs was High Sheriff of Northumberland
1758, and dying 14 Oct. 1768, was .s. by his eldest son,

Anthony Wilkinson, Esq. of Sheraton, Clennell, &c.,
who d. unm., the lamily estates passing to his next brother,

Thomas Wilkinson, Esq. of Coxhoe, who hi. 1782, Hannah
Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Robert Spearman, Esq. of
Oldacres, co. Durham, by whom (who d. 27 April, 1831) he had
issue,

I. Anthony, his heir.

II. Clennell, d. 1859, unm.

in. Percival Spearman (Rev.), M.A. of Mount Oswald, co.
Durham, 6. 1792; m. 1817, Sophia Mary, only child of
Capt. Philip Anstruther (only son of Lt.-Gen. Anstruther),
and d. 1875, having had issue by her (who d. 1842),

1 Peecival Spearman, M.A., of Mount Oswald, J.P., b.
1819 ; m. 4 July, 1860, Adela Julia Kirkby (who d. 1870),
eldest dau. of Kirkby Fenton, Esq., J.P. of Caldecote
Hall, CO. Warwick, and has issue, Percival Spearman, b.
5 July, 1865, Lieut. 5th Northumberland Fusiliers;
Henry Clennell, b. 1866; Anthony Oswald Noel, b. 1807;
Wilfrid Edward, b. 1869; Clement Arthur, 6. 1870:
Mary Charlotte Adela Maud, m. 1884, John Bucknell
Lloyd, Esq. only son of Ven. T. B. Lloyd, Archdeacon of
Salop ; and Edith Blanche.

2 Thomas William, of St. Oswalds, Ballingarry, co.
Limerick, J.P., late Capt. 30th Foot, b. 1822 ; m. 1844,
Helena Rosalie, eldest dau. of William Browne, Esq. of



Wilton, CO. Limerick, and has had issue. AVilliam
Percival, c/. s. p. ; Anthony Anstruther (Rev.), b. 1846,
m. Helen, dau. of S. Honning, Esq. of Middlesborough,
CO. York ; Clennell, d. young ; Rosalie, m. I. Cantillon,
Esq. ; and Sophia, m. T. Atkinson, Esq. of Glen William,
CO. Limerick.

3 Clennell (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Castlemartin, co. Pem-
broke, b. 3 April, 1S24 ; m. 14 June, 1859, Mary Gertrude,
only child of John Reckless, Esq., West India Merchant,
of Liverpool, and widow of George Warren, Esq. and
has, Wilfrid Frances Clennell, b. 12 Nov. 1862; Clennell
Cecil Anstruther, b. 7 Nov. 1866 ; Roland Laugharm-
Clennell, b. 16 Jan. 1873; Alice Gertrude Clennell;
Isabel Mary Clennell; Beatrice Helen Clennell, id. Oct.
1885, Major George Allen, Royal Munster Fusiliers.

4 Anthony John Anstruther, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1835 ;
m. 1877, Marion, eldest dau. of Rev. S. Jones, and has a
son, Cyril Theodore Anstruther.

5 Henry Clement, C.B., Major-Gen. late 16th Lancers, h.
17 April, 1837, Commanding Presidency District, Bengal
(1886), Major-Gen. Commanding North-Eastern District,
York (1893).

1 Sophia Elizabeth, m. 1849, Ven. Thomas Buckntll
Lloyd, Archdeacon of Salop, and has i.ssue.

2 Hannah Harriet.

3 Mary Anstruther, m. Sept. 1846. William Rivett-Carnac,
Esq., E.I.C.S. (rf. 1874), son of Sir James Rivett-Carnac,
Bart.

4 Isabella Christiana Jane, d. xcnm. 1856.

5 Felicia Anna, d. unm. 1848.

6 Adelaide Eunice, mi. 1863, the Rev. Augustus Thursby
Pclham, Rector of Cound, Salop.

7 Ellen Maria Phoebe, 7n. 1871, the Rev. George W. Pigott,
Rector of Upton Magna, Salop.

IV. Wilfrid, R.N., d. in the West Indies.

I. Elizabeth Philadelphia, m. 1816, Calverley Eswicke
Bewicke, Esq., of Close House, Northumberland, and d.
1865.

II. Hannah Isabella, m. 1809, Warren Maude, Esq. of Selaby
Park, CO. Durham.

Mr. Thomas Wilkinson d. 11 Nov. 1825, and was s. by his
eldest son,

Anthony Wilkinson, Esq. of Coxhoe Hall, Hulam, Shera-
ton, &c., CO. Durham, and Clennell in Northumberland, J.P.
andD.L., High Sheriff co.Duriiam 1837, b. 25 Sept. 1785; m.
Mary Anne, dau. of Mr. Thomas Hall, by whom (who m.
2ndly, Thomas Poole Ward, Esq. and d. 13 Oct. 1885) he left
at his decease, Oct. 1851,

I. Anthony, now of Hulam and Clennell.

II. Clennell, late Capt. 12th Lancers, 6. May, 1844; m. 1873,
Isabel Anne, youngest dau. of Philip Hurd, Esq.

I. Mary Anne, jii. 1874, Capt. Francis Massy Drew, 7th
Hussars, eldest son of Francis Drew, Esq. and the Hon.
Mrs. Drew, of Drews Court, co. Limerick, and d. i Feb.
1877, leaving issue, Everina Mary; and Clennell Francis-
Massy, b. Is77.

II. Emily Spearman, m. 1871, J. B. White Bros, Esq., Bar-
rister-at-Law, and has issue, Alwin, 6. 1871, and Ethel.

Amis — Az., afess erminois between three unicorns passant
arg., armed and crined or, quartering with others, Machon,
Clennell, and Spearman. Crest— On a mural crown gu., a
demi-unicorn rampant erminois erased gu. Motto — Ne



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