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L. F. Thomas, son of Major-Gen. Lewis

Thomas, C.B. Anne, d. uwn.

3 Verney, Capt. 50th Foot, m. Jane, dau. of — Gore, Esq.,
and had issue, George W. M., Capt. 50th Foot.

4 Philips Cosby, Comptroller-General of Excise, in. Re-
becca, dau. of Joseph Gubbins, Esq. of Maidstown
Castle, CO. Limerick, and was father of Philips Cosby
Lovett, Esq. late of Liscombe House, Bucks.

5 John Beresford, m. a dau. of — Knipe, Esq., and was
father of several daus. and one son. Rev. Robert
Lovett, Rector of Pickwell, co. Leicester, who is married,
and ha.s (with daus.) two son.s, Beresford, C.S.I. , Capt,
K.E., H.M.'s Indian Army, and Edmond.

He m. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Ralph Verney, Vi.scount Fer-
managh, and had two sons, Verney, M.P., and John, Capt.
K.N., who both d. unm. Col. Lovett d. 1710, and was s. by
his son,

Robert Lovett, Esq. of Liscombe, co. Bucks, and Kings-
well, CO. Tipperary, High Sheriff of King's co. He m. Sarah,
dau. of Jonathan Ashe, Esq. of Ashe Grove, and had (with
three daus., Susannah, m. Jonathan Darby, Esq. of Leap
Castle, King's co. ; Mary, d. unm.; and Lettice, wife of Damer
Darby, Esq.) three sons, of whom the eldest survivor,

Jonathan Lovett, Esq. of Ijscombe and Kiugswell, High



Slieriff CO. Tipperary, m. Eleanor, dau. of Daniel Mansergh,
Esq. of Macrony, co. Cork, and had issue,

I. Jonathan (Sir), of Liscombe, created a Bart., of whom

presently.

II. Verney, D.D., Prebendary of Lismore, and afterwards
Treasurer of St. Finbar's, Cork, and Chaplain to the Prince
of Wales, s. to the Irish property, and was of Kingswell.
He m. Frances Mary, dau. and co-heir of Her.ry Gerv.ais,
D.D., of Lismore, Archdeacon of Ciishel, andtZ. Feb. 1825,
leaving issue,

1 Jonathan Henry, Ambassador and Resident at the Court
of Persia, rf. unm. 2 William, R.N., d.unm.

3 Henry William, of Kingswell, d. unm. 1844.

1 Elizabeth, m. Col. Cameron.

2 Melisina Henrietta, in. Rev. Henry Woodward, Rector
of Fethard, son of the Bishop of Cloyne, and is deceased.

3 Frances Mary, in. John Ashton Yates, Esq. of Dingle
Head, co. Lancaster.

I. Mary, 7)i. Richard Week.s, Esq. of Limerick.

II. Eleanor, m. Jonathait Darby, Esq. of Leap Castle.

HI. Jane, in. John Bennet, one of the Judges of the King's
Bench in Ireland.

IV. Susanna, m. William Henn, Esq., Master in Chancery,
son of William Henn, Esq., one of the Judges of the King's
Bench in Ireland.

V. Elizabeth, m. John Pigott,Esq. of Cappard, Queen's co.
The eldest son.

Sir Jonathan Lovett, Bart, of Liscombe (created a baronet),
m. Sarah, dau. of Jonathan Darby, of Leap Castle, and hac!
one son, Robert Turville Jonathan, d. s. p. 1807, and three
daus., 1 Elizabeth Anne, who s. him in the estates ; 2 Letitia,
d. unm. ; 3 Arabella, d. unm. Sir Jonathan d. 12 Jan. 1812,
and was s. hy his eldest dau.,

Elizabeth Anne Lovett, of Liscombe, who d. unm., leaving
the estates to her cousin,

Phillips Cosby Lovett, Esq. of Liscombe, Bucks, J. P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1863, late Capt. Royal Bucks ifeomanry
Cavalry, decorated with the 3rd Order of Medjidie, formerly
a Capt. Mercantile Marine, b. 1821 ; in. 1st, 18 Aug. 1840,
C;itherine, dau. of Peter Smithwiek, Esq. of Barranlough, co.
Tipperary, and had a son,

Philip Cosbt, b. 1847, deceased.
He TO. 2ndly, 8 Nov. 1870, Emeline, 2nd dau. of William
Snell, Esq. of Plymouth, and by her (who d. 1892) had
issue,

William Gough Gubbins, now of Liscombe House.

Percival Cosby, b. 29 Jan. 1874.

Beresford Tourville, b. 4 .\pvil, ISSl.

Emeline Myra, b. 21 Nov. I8i5.

Mr. P. C. Lovett (Z. 1891, and was .<;. by his eldest son.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, sa., three wolves' heads or
2nd and 3rd, arg., three wolves passant in pale sa. Crest — A
M'olf's head erased sa.

Heal — Liscombe House, Leighton Buzzard, co. Bucks.



LOVETT OF BELMONT.

Lovett, Hubert Richard, Esq. of Belmont, co.
Salop, J. P., Major King's Eoyal Eitle Corps,
b. 30 March, 185i ; m. 15 J uly 1892, Lina Mary,
only dau. and heiress of Lauderdale Maitland, Esq.
of Eccles, CO. Dumfries, and widow of Lieut. Hans
Hamilton Howard Brooke, R.N., and has issue,

Thomas Maitland, b. 29 May, 1893.

Lineage, — Robert Lovett, of Lyscombe,co. Buckingham,
m. Sara, dau. and heir of Sir Roger Turvile, Knt., of Helmen-
don, CO. Northampton, by whom he had a son,

John Lovett, of Lyscombe, who, by Margaret his wife, had
issue, William, his eldest son, and

Thomas Lovett, of Astwell, co. Northampton, who m. one
of the daus. and co-heirs of Thomas Byllinge, of Astwell, Lord
Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. His eldest son,

Thomas Lovett, of Astwell, in. Anne, sister and heir to
Richard Drayton, of Drayton, co. Northampton, by whom he
had issue,

Tho.mas Lovett, of Astwell, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of —
Butler, of Woodhall, co. Hertford, and had issue; 2ndly,
Jane, dau. and co-heir of John Pinchpole, and widow of
Edmond Barry, of Hampton Poyle, co. Oxon ; and d. 16 Dec.
1542, leaving by her (who d. Sept. 1556) a son,

George Lovatt, of Trentham, and of Weston. Pinkney, co.
Northampton, who left issue by his 2nd wife,

Thomas Lovatt, of Trentham, to. Ellen, dau. and co-heir of
John Cleaton, of Clayton, by whom he had issue,

I. .Tohn, of Trentham and New Inn, m. 1st, Frances, dau. of
Sir Ralph Bagnall, Knt. of Barlaston, and by her had issue.



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II. EicHARD, of Whom we treat.
The second son,

BicHASO LovATT, <?. bcforc 1598. By his wife, Agnes Adams,
be had issue,

I. Thomas, of Clayton, who, by Isabella his wife, had issue,
John, of Clayton and Handford, m. Margaret, dau. of

Thomas Corbet, of Handford, and had issue.

Eichard.

Thomas, ra. Elizabeth Cow per, and had (with three daus.,
one of whom m. — Dale, and had issue, a dau., Jane,
and a son, Thomas, of Greenhead House, co. Stafford,
who had issue, a son, Thomas, of Penkhull, and two
daus., the younger of whom, Mary, m. Joseph Lovet, of
Moimt Sorrell, of whom afterwards: another dau., m.
John Craddocke; and the third, m. Kichard Eoughey),
four sons,

1 Richard, who by his will, dated 30 May, 1687, devised
his lands to Thomas Dale and John Ciaddock upon
trust to grant them to any one of the daus. of the said
Thomas Dale who should marry a man bearing the
surname of Lovatt.

2 Randulph, of Newcastle-under-Lyme.

3 Thomas, of Eardlcy End, Audley, eo. Stafford, d. 1673.

4 William, of Xewcastle-iuider-Lyme.

1 Margaret, m. Jlichael Ward.

2 Mary.

II. Eichard, of Clayton, whose grandson, Joseph Lovetf, of
Clayton and Seabridge, left, with other issue, a son,
.Joseph, supposed to be identical with Joseph Lovet, of
Mount Sorrell, who m. Anne Ecddiug, and of whom we
trciit.

This gentleman,

.Joseph Lovet, of Mount Sorrell, co. Leicester, b. 1029; m.
Anne, only dau. of Thomas Redding; of Sileby, co. Leicester,
and Anne Barnard his wife, and had by her (who m. 2ndly,
John Burbidge, of Mount Sorrell),

I. Joseph, of whom hereafter.

I. Sarah, under 18 iu 1689.

II. Elizabeth, under 18 in 1689.

III. Anne, under 18 in 1689.

Mr. Joseph Lovet was buried 18 July, 1689. His only son,

Joseph Lovett, of Mount Sorrell, and afterwards of Green-
head House, CO. Leicester, m. 17 June, 1704, Mary, 2nd dau.
X)f Thomas Dale, of Greenhead House, and Ponkluill, and co-
heir of her brother Thomas Dale, of Penkhull and Clayton,
ami by her (who d. 1 June, 1751) had issue,

:. Eichard, 6. 16 Jan. 1700 ; rf. unm. 7 June, 1727.
II. Joseph, of whom hereafter.

HI. Dale (Eev.), of Penkhull and Cray ford, co. Kent, &. 2
Jan. 1721 ; m. Jan. 1759, Elizabeth Bedlord. of Maidstone,
CO. Kent, and d. g. p. 5 Aug. 1797. She d. Dec. 1798.

IV. Thomas, d. young.

I. Mary, d. young.

II. Sarah, b. 24 July, 1717 ; d. un,n.

III. Anne, h. 10 Aug. 1710 ; d. in infancy.

IV. .iVnne, b. 16 May, 1719 ; d. unm.

Mr. Joseph Lovett d. 17 March, 17G2, and w.as «. by his son,

.Joseph Lovett, of Greenhead House, and afterwards
of Chirk, co. Denbigh, b. IS Sept. 1714, -//;. 11 July, 1743,
Anne, only dau. of William Sherman, of Newcastle-under-
Lyme, CO. Stafford, and had issue, with four other daus., who
d. in infancy.

I. William, of Chirk, b. 7 .\ug. 1747; d. vMm., and buried
21 Jan. 1788.

II. Thomas, of Penkhull and Chirk, b. 13 Aug. 1749, J. P. co.
Denbigh, Mayorof Oswestry, 1797 ; m. 30 May, 17«0, Mary,
dau. of Thomas Jones, of Plas Newydd, co. Denbigh, and
d. 13 July, 1801, having by her (who d. 8 Dec. 1809) had
issue,

Richard, of Chirk, Capt. Denbigh Militia, b. 19 Aug. 1781 ;
d. unm. 23 Sept. 1814.
Mary, 6. 1783; d. in infancy.
Jii. John, of whom hereafter.

1. Mary, m. 30 Oct. 1770, Thomas Bather, of Great Kcss, co.
Salop, and c^ s.]}. 176U.

Mr. Joseph Lovett d. 1 Feb. 1777. His son,

John Lovett, Esq. of Belmont, and of Oswestry, co. Salop,
Mayorof Oswestry, 1790, 6. 11 May, 1754; ra. 29 June, 1782,
Anne, dau. of Edward Venables, of Liverpool, .and niece of
Rev. William Venables, of Oswestry, and by her (who d. 25
April, 1821) had issue (with two daus. Anne and Mary Anne),

I. John Venables, 6. 22 July, 1783 ; d. 31 Aug. 178.').

II. John, of Liverpool, 6. 25 May, 1786; d. uiini.,ani.\ buried
18 May, 1814.

ni. Joseph Venables, of whom hereafter.

IV. Richard, d. in infancy.

V. George (twin with Richard), d. in infancy.

VI. William, b. 27 Jan. 1790 ; d. unm. 11 Maieh, 1807.

VII. Thomas, of Kernhill, J. P. andJ>.L., b. Jil July, 1792,
Mayor of Oswestry 1830; la. 19 Feb. lt3o, lion. Emily,



3rd dau. of John Minet, 3rd Lord Henniker, and d. 2 Feb.
1863, having by her (who d. 23 March, 1882) had issue.

1 John Henniker, of Fernhili, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1872, late Capt. 2nd Life Guards, b. 1836: 7,..
1859, Laura .youngest dau of Philip Morier.Esq,, H.M.'s
Minister at Dresden, and has issue, Horace William Fitz-
roy, b. 1862; Roger, c^. 9 March, 1878; Tnomas; and
Constance Emilv.

2 William, b. 1843.

1 Emily Anne. 2 Mary.

8 Louisa Elizabeth. 4 Anna Sophia, d. 1872.

3Ir. John Lovett d. May, 1.795. His eldest surviving son,

Joseph Venables Lovett, Esq. of Belmont, J. P. and D.L.
CO. Salop, (High Sheriff 1847), Mayor of Oswestry, 1820, b.
1 Aug. 1787 ; m. 24 April, 1815, Margaret, 2nd dau. of Richard
Heaton, of Plas Heaton, co. Denbigh, and by her (who d. 'IS-
Dec. 1851) had issue,

I. Thomas Heaton, of whom presently.

II. Joseph Venables. Major Shropshire Militia, and previously
B.N., b. 18 April, 1825; m. 13 April, 1871, Lucy, 2nd dau.
of Col. Edward Corbett, of Longnor Hall, co. Salop, M.P.
for that CO., and d. 27 June, 1886, leaving issue,

Rowland Joseph Venables, b. 3 April, 1872.

III. John Eichard, Col. late 48th Rcgt., b. 21 Aug. 182G,.
served in the Crimea.

I. Sarah Anne, b. 14 Feb. 1816.

II. Henrietta Mary, b. 9 Nov. 1818; d. vnm. 14 April, 1832.

III. Caroline, b. 31 July, 1820; m. Eev. George Clifford (iiiise,
Eector of Pulverbach, co. Salop, who d.s. v. 13 March,
1883.

IV. Emily, &. 23 Feb. 1822; d. unm. 4 Jan. 1842.

v. Isabella Margaret, m. 4 Jan. 1872, Capt. William St. John
Sumner Hornby, E.N., of Lithwood, co. Salop, and d. s.p.
25 June, 1890.

Jlr. Joseph Venables Lovett d. 15 Jan. 1866, and was s. by his
eldest son,

CoL. Thomas Heaton Lovett, of Belmont, J. P., Hon. Col.
of the North Shropshire Volunteers, and previously Major
98th Eegt., b. 4 May, 1817; m. 22 Nov. 1851, Cecil Elizabeth,
eldest dau. of Wilson Jones, Esq. of Hartshcath Park, co.
Flint, M.P. for the Denbigh boroughs, and by her (who d.
3 Feb. 1876) had issue,

I. Hubert Richard, now of Belmont.

ir. Henrv Wilson, Capt. Somersetshire Light Infantry, J. 31
July, 1858.

III. Arthur, of Greenfields, Weston Ehyn, co. Salop, b. 25 Oct.
1863; 7Ji. 10 June, 1890, Mary, dau. of Capt. Willes John-
son, E.N.. of Hamington Hall, co. Wilts, M.P. for that co.

IV. Kichard Dale, b. 3 Jan. 1870.

1. Margaret Josephine, b. 26 Oct. 1852; m. 1 Jan. 1887,

Capt. Francis William Egerton, Bengal Staff Corps, and has

issue,
II.' Cecil Helen, b. 22 April, 1856; m. 6 Nov. 1834. Rev.

Thomas Stamford Raffles, M.A., Eector of LangUam, co.

Essex, and has issue.

III. Lucy, b. 16 Dec. 1859; d. 9 Nov. ISCO.

IV. Evelyn Grace, b. 24 Sept. 1^01.
v. Mabel Bessie, b. Ifi Aug. 1864.
VI. Ethel Elizabeth, b. 28 Dee. 1SG6.

Col. Thomas Heaton Lovett d. 21 Nov. 1892, and was s. by his
eldest son.

Arms — Arg. three wolves passant in pale sa.
Crest — A wolf passant ppr.
Seat — Belmont, Chirk.
Ciub — Naval and Military.



LOW OF SUNVALE.
Low, George Peter, Esq. of Sunvale, co. Lime-
rick, B.A. Oriel Coll. Oxford, late Capt. 8th Hus-
sars, b. 20 July, 1843 ; s. his father 18S0.

Xiineag'e. — Simon Low settled in Ireland about the year
1750.

Peter Low, Esq. of Lowtown, co. Limerick, J. P. and D.L.,
2nd son of Simon Low, by Elizabeth Blackmore his wife, (who
d. 1800), m. 1811, Louisa, eldest dau. of Sir Eichard Butler,
Bart, of Garryhundon and Balliutemple, co. Carlow, and had
issue,

John, his heir.

Richard Butler, late Capt. 53rd Eegt., to. 1849, Anna, dau.

of Montifort Wet.tropp, Esq. of Mellon, eo. Limerick, and

by her (who d. 1858) had issue, two sons and tlu-ee daus.

He d. Nov. 1868.
Henry, 6. 1826; d. 1860.
Sarah, m. 18 Aug. 1«31, William Mussenden, Esq. of Larch-

fleld, CO. Down, D.L., d. 22 April, 1868.
Elizabeth, m. 12 July, 1836, Frederick Thomas Jessop, Esq.

of Doory Hall, co. Longford, D.L., both deceased.
Louisa, m. Thomas Waring, Esq. of Waringfield, co. Down,

both deceased.



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Kate, «!. Kobevt Euttledge, Esq. of Bloomfiekl, eo. Mayo,
D.L., and is decear^ed.

Henrietta, m. Charles George Mahon, Esq. of Mount I'leasant,
00. Mayo, D.L., who is deeeased.
Mr. Low. d. 1842. His eldest son,

John Low, Esq. of Sunvale, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1S5-2, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin 1S33, Barrister-at-Law, b. 8 Jan.
1813; m. 2 Dec. 1841, Sophia Georgiana, only dau. of George
Mahon, Esq. of Mount Pleasant, co. Mayo, by Sophia his wife,
«ldest dau. of David Ker, Esq. of Portavo and Montalto, co.
Down, and ha.=; issue,

George Peter, now of Sunvale.

John Maxwell. Lieut. -Col. /i.;)., late Duke of Wellington's
Wesi liiding Kegt., and Duke of Cornwall's L.I., 6. 2U Nov.
1844, m. 27 Feb. 1890, Anna Workman, dau. of Henry
Hogan, Esq. of Montreal.
Sophia Georgina, rf. unm. 1 March, 1848.
Henrietta Catherine, ))i. 27 Jan. 18G8, \V. J. Scarlett, Esq.,
of Island of Gigha, Argyllshire, late Capt. 5th Dragoon
Guards, and d. 1885, leaving issue, sons and daus.
Mr. Low d. 1880, and was s. by his eldest son, the present
George Petek Low, Esq. of Sunvale.

Seat— Sunvale, Killmallock, co. Limerick.
ClaOs — Naval and Military, and 'Windhani.



DRURY-LOWE OF LOCKO PAE.K.

Drttrt-Lowe,WilliamDkuet Nathaniel, Esq.
of Locko Park and of Denby, co. Derby, assumed
"by royal licence, dated 16 Aug. 1884, the surname
and arms of Drury, in addition to and before that
of Lowe, J.P. and D.L., High SherifC (1893), late
Lieut. 11th Hussars, 17th Hussars, and 3rd Light
Dragoons, b. 13 July, 1828; m. 16 Dec. 1876,
Lady Lucy, eldest dau. of Francis Jack, Viscount
]S'e\vry, and sister of the present Earl of Kilmorey,
and has issue,

I. 'William Drury Dbcrt-Lowe, h. SO Sept. 1877.

II. John Alfred Edwin, b. 6 Dec. 1881.

in. Lawrence Robert Charles, 6. 7 Aug. 1883.

IV. Edward Nathaniel, b. 22 Oct. 1888.

I. Lucy Ann. ii. Dorothy Margaret. iii. Grace.

Liineag'e. — This family is of long standing in the counties
of Chester and Derby.

Thomas Lowe, of Macclesfield, co, Chester, and of Alder-
■wasley, co. Derby, on the authority of a manuscript in the
Wolley Collection, British Museum, d. 10 Jan. 1415, at eleven
.o'clock at night, and left issue, one son,

Geoffket Lowe, of Macclesfield, m. Margaret, dau. of
Leigh, of Lyme, and dying 1451, left issue, three sons and one
dau.,

I. Thomas, of Alderwa.slcy, who m. Joan, dau. and co-heir
of Thomas Fawne, and was ancestor of the Lowes of that
place.

II. George.

in. Lawrence, of whom hereafter.
A dau., who m. Kichard Newton.

The 3rd son,

Lawrence Lowe, Serjeant-at-law, m. the dau. and heir
«f Eossel, of Denby, co. Derby. She dying without issue, he
ill. 2ndly, Alice, dau. and co heir of William Mylton, of
Oratton, co. Derby, and by her had issue, three sons,

I. Hu.MPHRET, of whom hereafter.

II. Ottiwell. III. Biian.

The eldest son,

HcMPHRET Lowe, of Denby, living 1516, left issue by Mar-
garet his wife, two sons,

I. Clement, who vi. Isabel, dau. and co-heir of John
Strelley, of .Strelley, Notts, left issue, a dau. and heir,

Mart, m. William .Sacheverell, of Stanton le Bridge, co.
Derby, ancestor of the Sacueverells of Barton.

II. Vincent, of whom we treat.

This Vincent Lowe, of Denby, m. Jane, dau. of Sir Thomas
Cokaync, of Ashbourne, co. Derby, Knt., and dying circa 1558,
ieft i. - sue, three sons and two daus.,

I. Vincent, of Denby, m. Anne, sister of James Foljambe, of
Walton, CO. Derby, but d. s. p. 1504.

II. Jasper, some time of Park Hall, and afterwards of Denby,
of w hom hereafter.

HI. Anthony.

I. Jane. ii. Anne.

The 2nd son,

Jaspes Lowe, of Denby, m. \iU cou.5in Dorothy, dau. of



William Sacheverell, of Stanton le Bridge, and dying 1585, left
issue, four sons and two daus.,

I. Patrick or Peter, of whom hereafter.

II. Jasper. in. Nicholas.

IV. Robert.

I. Ellen, wife of John Dethick, of Breadsall, co. Derby.

II. Mary.

The eldest son,

Patrick or Peter Lowe, of Denby, aged 21, anno 1583, in.
Jane, dau. of Sir John Harpur, Knt. of Swarkstone, co. Derby,
and left issue, a son and a dau.

Vincent, his heir.

Isabella, wife of Sir John Zouch, of Codnor Castle, co. Derby,
Knt.
The son and heir,

Vincent Lowe, of Denby, aged 18, anno 1612, living anno
1034, m. Anne, natural dau. of Henry Cavendish, of Tutbury,
CO. Stafford, and had issue, four sons and six: daus.,

I. John, of whom hereafter.

II. Henry, ol Park Hall, m. Prudence, dau. of Francis Lowe,
of Owlgreaves, i:o. Derby, and had a son, John Lowe,
ancestor of the Lowes of Park Hall, which line ended in
Anne, his great granddau., dau. and sole heir of the Rev.
John Lowe, perpetual curate of Atlow and Okeover, co.
Derby, who d. uniii. 5 Feb. 1825, and was buried in St.
Peter's, Derby.

III. Nicholas. iv. Vincent.

I. Grace.

II. Anne, wife of George Cokayne, of Balidon, co. Derby.

III. Elii-abeth. iv. Dorothy.

V. Jane. vi. Mary.

The eldest son,

John Lowe, of Denbigh, aged 18, anno 1634, m. Catherine,
dau. of Sir Arthur Pilkington, of Stanley, co. York, Bart., and
by her had issue, four sons and three daus.,

I. John, hi.s heir. ii. Jasper.

III. Nicholas. iv. Henry.

I. Ehzabeth. ii. Jane. in. Dorothy.

The son and heir,

John Lowe, of Denby, aged 21 anno 1663, J.P. for oo. Derby,
had issue, two sons and four daus.,

I. Vincent, of Denby, m. Theodosia, eldest dau. of John
Marriott, of Alscot, co. Gloucester, and had issue,

1 John, of Denby and Locko Park, b. 6 December, 1704,
m. Sydney, sole dau. and heir of Eichard Marriott, of
Alscot, who (/,. 28 July, 1789, but by her had no issue.
The said John Lowe c^. on 6 Dec. 1771.

2 \ incent, d. s. p.

3 Kichard, of Denby and Locko Park, who d. s. p. 28 May,
1 7»5.

II. Charles, of Denby, who m. and had issue, one dau. Jane.

I. Dorothy, in. John Lowe, of Park Hall, see ante.

II. Anne, uf whom hereatter.

III. Mary, d. s. p. iv. Priscilla, who in. Great.orex.

The 2nd daughter,

Anne Lowe, eventual heir of the Lowes of Denby, m.
William Drury, of Nottingham, and had issue by him, one
son,

William Drury, of Nottingham and Oakham, co. Rutland,
who m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Hunt, of Nottingham, and had
issue, three sons and t.vo daus.,

I. William Drcry, of whom hereafter.

II. Thomas Drury, of the City of London.

III. John Drury, of the City of London.

I. Mary, m. Thomas Shaw, of Coventry.

II. Elizabeth, d. unm.

The eldest son,

William Dbcby, of the City of London, afterwards of
Denby and Locko Park, assumed by sign manual bearing date
10 July, 1790, the additional name and arms of Lowe on
succeeding to the estates of his relative, Kichard Lowe, 3rd
son of Vincent Lowe {vide ant,). He m. Aune Steer, of Burton
Latimer, co. Northampton, and dying 11 July, 1827, left one
dau. and heir,

Mary Anne Druby-Lowe, who in. Kobert Holden, of
Darley Abbey, co. Derby, and Nuttall Temple, co. Notts.
J.P. for the COS. of Notts and Derby, and had issue, a son and
heir,

William Drury Holden, of Denby and Locko aforesaid,
who assumed on the death of his grandmother, Anne, wife
of William Drury, in the year 1849, the surname of Lowe,
by royal sign manual, dated 19 July, 1853, J.P. and D.L. for
CO. Derby, High Sheriff for the same 1854, 6. 5 Oct. 1802 ; m-
13 Feb. 1827, Hon. Ca oline Esther Curzon, youngest dau. of
Nathaniel, 2nd Lord Scarsdale, and dying 26 Feb. 1877, left
issue,

I. William 1'buky Nathaniel, now of Locko.



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II. Dbukt CuRzoN (Sivl), GL'ncral, K.C.B., 6. 3 Jan. 1830.
sieived in the Crimea, Indian Mutiny, Commander of 17th
I^incers in Zulu War 1879, Commantling Cavalry Brigaic in
.'^outh Africa 1881, Egypt 1882; at Aldershot 1884, Inspeiitor-
Gen. of Cavalry ls90.

III. Robert Henrv, Col. late Grenadier Guards, b. 7 Oct. 18.31,
served in Kattir War, Indian Mutiny as A.D.C. to Com-
luanaer-in-Cliief at Delhi, D.A.A.G. in China 18G0.
U.A.Q.M.G. in Canada 1862-4, J. P. for co. Derby; ni. 15
3Iay, 1862, Ellen, eldest dau. of Joseph Pocklington Sen-
house, Esq. of Netherhall, co. Cumberland.

IV. Vincent Fi-ancis Keppel, late 63rd Regt., b. 1 July, 1847 ;
,a. 28 April, 1877, Elizabetli Mary, only dau. of Dr.
Christmas.

V. Richard Curzon Sherwin, late 10th Hussars, 6. 23 July,
1849.

1. Felicia. ii. Caroline Mary.

III. Florence Catherine, r,i. 2 April, 1868, Francis Nicholas
bmith.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Lowe, az., a hart trippant
arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, Dkubt, arg., on a chief vert, two mullets or,
each charged with an annulet az. Crests — 1st, Lowe, a wolf
passant arg. ; 2nd, Dburt, a greyhound courant sa. gorged
■»ith a plain collar and charged with two mullets all or.

/Scot— Locko Park, Derby.



LOWE OF SHIRENEWTON HALL,

Lowe, Edward Joseph, Esq. of Shirenewton
Hall, Monmouthshire, J. P. and D.L. cos. 2<^ottiug-
ham and Monmouth, b. 11 IS'ov. 182.5; «». 2 Jan.
1849, Anne, eldest dau. of George Alcock, Esq. of
^Nottingham, and has,

I. Alfred Ed WARD La wsoN, F.S.A., J. P., Hon. Lieut.-Col.
4th Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.), b. 2
Xov. 1849; m. 17 July, 1872, Gertrude Emily, only dau.
of Rev. George Otter, M.A., Vicar of Hucknall Torkard,
CO. Nottingham, and granddau. of Rev. Edward Otter,
M.A., J. P., Rector of Bothal, Northumberland, and Pre-
bendary of York (whose younger brother, William Otter,
D.D., became Lord Bishop of Chichester 1836), and d. 29
May, 1888, leaving issue,

1 Percival Edward Hcbst, h. 28 July, 1873.
1 Gertrude Gwenllyn.

i:. Hugh Lee Peyton, J.P. 6. 27 Oct. 1856.

Mr. Lowe is a Fellow of the Royal Society, of the
Royal Astronomical, Royal Meteorological, Lin-
noean, and Geological Societies, and the author of
seTcral scientific works.

Lineagre. — This family is of long standing in co. Chester,
and appears to have been originally seated in the eastern part
of that CO. ; the name being traditionally derived from an old
mansion, called The Lowe.

George Lowe, of Hartford, in the chapelry of Witton, co.
Chester, b. circa 1535, rf. Nov. 1591, leaving a son,

John Lowe, of Hartford, co. Chester, 6. Dec. 1565, and d.
1632, desiring by his will that his body should " be buryed
within ye chappell of Wytton:" m. 17 Feb. 1595, Eleanor,
d:iu. of William Roe, Esq. of Hartford Hall, and had issue,

I. George, of Hartford, b. June, 1598 ; inherited lands in Hart-
ford and Northwich ; " disclaimed " at the Heralds Visita-
tion of 1663 ; d. 25 Nov. lCil9, and was buried at Witton.
By Elizabeth his wife (who survived him, and rf. in April,
1686, and was buried at Witton), he had,

John, of Hartford, who is mentioned in Ormerod's History
of Cheshire as having purchased a moiety of the Manor of
Hartford. He m. 21 Deo. 1669, Mary, dau. of Richard
AVeld, Esq. of Rushton, co. Chester, and d. 23 Jan. 1706,
and was buried at Witton. He left issue, John; Samuel;
in Holy Orders, Fellow of St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Robert ;
Nathaniel ; George ; Mary, m. 1693, John Swynton, Gent,
of Nether Knutsford ; Elizabeth, d. unm. Jan. 1697.

II. Robert, of Newton Hall, co. Chester, b. Dec. 1609, pur-
chased the advowson and impropriate Rectory of Middlewich
from William, 2nd Lord Brereton, 1663; rf. 26 July, 1679,
and was buried in the chancel at Middlcwich. By Elea



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