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82, Amy Wilson,
dau. of Rev. George Hales, of Barningham, Yorkshire,
and has issue.

6 John Henry, &. 31 Jan. 1848 ; d. unm. at Melbourne,
May, 1886.

1 Charlotte Mary.

III. Ctiarles John, d. unm. 18 July, 1841.

IV. John Wood, d. 26 Hec. 1872.

I. Lucinda Mary, d. young.

II. Susan Mary, d. 19 Nov. 1893.

III. Catherine Sarah, d. July, 1885.
The eldest son,

George St. Vincent Wilson, Esq. of Redgrave Hall, J.P.,
High Sheriff 1841 ; m. 5 June, 1834, Matilda Louisa, dau. of
Rev. John Surtees, Prebendary of Bristol, and d. Dec. 1852,
leaving (with two dans., Matilda Catherine, m. 24 April 1862,
the Rev. Charles J. Robinson, M. A., d. 21 May, 1865; and
Anna Maria) an only son, the present George Uolt Wilson,
Esq. of Redgrave Hall.

im\\h of iolt.

Sir Thomas Holt, Serjeant-at-Law, knighted 16 April, 1609,
a lineal descendant of the Holts of Grizlchurst, co. Lancaster ;
m. Susan, dau. of John Peacock, Esq. of Cumnor, Berks, and
d. 1686, leaving two sous,

John (Sir), b. 20 Dec. 1642, the celebrated Lord Chief Justice
of the King's Bench, who purchased the Manor of Red-
grave. He m. Anne, sister of Sir John Cropley, Bart., and
d. s. p. at Redgrave, 1709.
Rowland, of wuose line we treat.
The younger son,

Rowland Holt, Esq., Chief Prothonotary of the King's
Bench, 169G, d. 11 Feb. 1719. He m. Prisca, dau. of Augustin
Ballow, of Norwich, merchant (by Elizabeth his wife, dau.
of Nicholas Philpot, gent.) of Hereford, and by her had
issue,

John, 5. June, 1692 : on. 3 July, 1723, Lady Jane Wharton,
sister of Philip, Duke of Wharton, and by her (who after-
wards 111. Hobi-rt CuUe, Esq. of Longford, co. Derby) had
issue an only dau., who d. in infancy.

Thomas, of Reading, Berks, b. Oct. 1695; m. 23 May, 1721,
Lucy, dau. of John Kynvett, Esq. of Norwich, and d. 6 Nov.
1728, leaving a dau., Elizabeth, m. Thomas Strangways,
Esq.

Rowland, of whom presently.
Tlie youngest son,

Rowland Holt, Esq. of Redgrave, 6. Aug. 1C97; m. 1718,
Elizabeth Washington, and d. 25 July, 1739, leaving issue,

I. Rowland, of Redgrave, M.P. for Suffolk, 1759. He d.
warn. 12 July, 1786.

II. THO.MAS, of Redgrave, who s. his brother, Rowland. He
)ii. Frances Parsons, of Parndou, Essex, and d. s.p. 21 Aug.
1799, aged 68.

III. CharleS; d. imm. 1753.

I. LnciNDA, m. Thomas Wilson, Esq.

II. Mary, rd. 1st, Greshain Lloyd, Esq. (by whom she had a
dau., Mary, wh0 7/i. 1st, John, Dtli Earl of Rothes, and 2ndly,
Bennet Langton, Esq. of Langton, co. Lincoln, the fiiend
of Dr. Johnson); and 2ndly, Thomas, 7th Earl of Hadding-
ton, and d. 1785, leaving isiue.

III. Jane, -m. 1750, Sir Thomas Head, Knt. of Langley Hall,
and d. 1803, having had issue,

1 William, d. unm.

2 Walter James James (Sir), 1st Bart., of Langley Hall.
(See Burke's Peerage and Baroaetaye).

IV. Charlotte, d. unm. 1827.

5ca« -Redgrave Hall, Botesdale, Suffolk.



WILSON OF STOWLANGTOFT HALL.

Wilson, Aetiiur Maitland, Esq., of Stow-
laugtoft Hall, yutfolk, J.P. and D.L., b. 16 June,



1857; m. 21 July, 1880, Harriet Maude Isabella,
eldest datx. of Colonel Sir Nigel Kingscote, K.C.B.,
and Lady Emily Kingscote, of Kingscote, Grlouces-
tershire.. and has issue,

Henry Maitland, b. 5 Sept. 1881 .
Nigel Maitland, b. 6 April, 1884.
Reginald Maitland, h. 17 Jan. 1889.

Lineage. — Thomas Wilson, Esq. of Highbuiy Place, riu
Miss Mary Remington, and by her (who d. 26 July, 1816) had
issue, I. Tho.mas, his heir; ii. Joseph, of whom we treat; and
I. Mary, m. Samuel MUls, Esq. of Russell Square. The younger
son,

Joseph Wilson, Esq. of Highbury Hill, Middlesex, Little
Massingham, Norfolk, and Stowlangtoft, Suffolk, 6. 7 Aug.
1766 ; m. 1st, 10 July, 1792, Mary Anne, eldest dau. of Robert
Maitland, Esq. of Blue Stile, Greenwich, a West India
merchant, which lady d. 26 May, 1798; and 2ndly, 19 Feb.
1800, Emma, eldest dau. of John Welford, Esq. of Blackheath,.
but by her (who d. 11 March, 1851) had no child. By the
former he had issue,
Henrt, his heir.

Mary, m. Rev. Henry Grace Sperling, Rector of Papworth,
St. Agnes, Hunts, sen of Henry Piper Sperling, Ks(|. o£
Norbury Park, Surrey, and had a son, Henry Grace WilsoiL
Sperling, Esq. of Grovehurst, Kent.

Frances, m. Rev. Charles D. Brereton, Rector of Little Maa-
singhain, Norfolk, and had issue.
The son and heir,

Hexkv Wilson, Esq. of Stowlangtoft Hall, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1845, formerly M.P. West Suffolk, 6. 27 Aug.
1797 ; m. 1st, 29 July, 1824, Mary Fuller, eldest dau. of
Ebenezer Fuller Maitland, Esq. of Park Place, Henley-on-
Thames, and by her had issue.

Fuller Maitland, late of Stowlangtoft Hall.
Henry Maitland, b. 1 March, 1827 : m. 2 Aug. 1854, Mary
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Charles Wriothesley Digby, Esq,
of Meriden, co. Warwick, which lady d. 12 July, 1856.
Joseph Edward Maitland, Capt. R.N., b. 22 Feb. 1833 ; m. 15
Feb. 1860, Mary, dau. of Arthur Kelly, Esq. of Kelly,
Devon.
Mary Maitland, 7n. 21 Aug. 1851, her cousin, Henry Grace
Wilson Sperling, Esq. of Grovehurst, Tunbridge Wells, anci
has issue.
Adela Maitland.

Ellen Maitland, m. 10 Sept. 1861, William Arthur Smith, Esq.
of Colebrook.
Fanny Maitland, TO. 22 April, 1852, Edward Leigh Kindersley,
Esq., eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir. R. 'T. Kindersley,
and has issue.

Janet Maitland, m. 22 June, 1858, Reginald, eldest son oS
Arthur Kelly, Esq. of Kelly, Devon.

Mr. Wilson m. 2ndly, 18May, 1839, Caroline, only dau. of Rev,
Lord Henry F"itzroy, Prebendary of Westminster, and Rector
of Easton, Suffolk, brother of the 4th Duke of Grafton, and
by her had issue,

FitzRoy, Rifle Brigade, 6. 28 Jan. 1840: m. 18 Sept. 1861,
Annie, dau. of Col. Laughton, Bengal Engineers.

Cyril FitzRoy (Rev.), b. 21 May, 1841, Rector of Stowlang:-
toft.

Caroline FitzRoy.

Amy FitzRoy, deceased.

Mr. Wilson d. and was *•. by his eldest son,

Lieut. Col. Fuller Maitland Wilson, of Stowlangtoft Ilall,
J. P., Lieut.-Col. West Suffolk Militia, M.P. for West Sufl'ollt
1875, High Sheriff 1873, &. '27 Aug. 18-25; m. 20 April, 1852,
Agnes Caroline, 2nd dau. of Right Hon. Sir Richard Torin,
Kindersley, and had issue,

I. Arthur Maitland, now of Stowlangtoft; Hall.

II. Henry Fuller Maitland, Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. 18 Feb.
1859.

in. Joseph Maitland, h. 22 Dec. 1868.

I. Agnes Katherine Maitland.

II. Ethel Slaitland.

III. Ellen Maitland.

IV. Constance Maitland.

V. Ida Maitland.

VI. Amy Maitland.
Mr. Wilson d. 1875.

Arras — Sa., a wolf salient or, on a chief of the last a pale oS
the first charged with a fleur-de-lis arg. between two pellets.
Ci-est — A demi-wolf or, the sinister paw resting on a pellet;
charged with a fleur-de-lis gold. Matin — Wil sono wil.

Scat — Stowlangtoft Hall, near Bury St. Edmunds, SuEfolk.



CAKUS-WILSON OF CASTERTON.

Caeus-Wilsox, Rev. William, late of Caster-
ton Hall, Westmorland, and late Rector of Lyndon^



-2234:



WIL



THE LANDED GENTRY.



WIL



noar Oakham, Eutland, h. Ifi Jan. ISio ; s. his
father 1SS3 ; m. 30 Sept. ISGO, Euphemia Eai-re
Georgina, dau. of Arthur Keimedy Forbes, Esq. of
!Newstone, co. Meath, aud has issue,

I. Arthub Cecil Henrt. h. 10 March, 1S72.

II. Percy, b. 10 Oct. 1ST3.

Xiineage. — ^The Canis-Wilsons are descended from a
common ancestor -nith Wilsons of Dallam Tower, Westmorland,
and arc connected with the Le Flemings, the Musgraves, and
Hasells, in the same co.

Sir Thomas Carus, who in 1556 held the Manor of Kirkby
Lonsdale, was a direct ancestor, and also Edwapd Wilson,
who had in 1G70 the Manor of Casterton, whose descendant,
Daniel Wilson, was for forty years M.P. for Westmorland.
The family had considerable estates in the neighbourhood,
in the reign of James I. A male branch resided at Underley,
now the seat of the Earl of Bective, till 1730, when Sir Thomas
Wilson sold it.

Edward Wilson', Esq. of Heversham Hall, co. Westmorland,
had by his 1st wife, Jane Braithwaite. of Ambleside, a son,
Edwaud, of Dallam Tower, in Westmorland, ancestor of the
Wilsons of Dallam Tovcr (see Wilson of Dallam Tower), and
by his 2nd wife, Dorothy Kirby of Kirby Hall, in Furness, a
son,

EoGER Wilson, Esq., 6. 1662, ancestor of the family of C arcs-
Wilson, of Casterton Hall, which represented the co. in Par-
liament, and was allied to some of its best families. His
grand-dau. Elizabeth Wilson, h. 1728, m. 1763, William
Carus, of Kirkby Lonsdale, direct lineal descendant of Sir
Thomas Carus, and had, witli other issue,

William Wilson Carus, Esq., M.P. for Cockermouth, and
for more than 50 years J. P. for cos. Westmorland, Lancaster,
and X.R. Yorks, who assumed the surname and arms of
Wilson by sign manual, 1793. He m. Margaret Shipphard,
heiress of Natland, and had, with other Issue,

Eev. AViLLiAM Carcs-Wilson, of Casterton, the philan-
thropic writer, h. 1792; m. Anne, dau. of Gen. NeviUe, and
had issue,

William Wilson, of Casterton Hall.

Charles (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Eamsgate. h. 11 Aug. 1S25 ;

in. Oct. 1852, Mary .Tervis, dau. of Kev. H. Maud, of Bath,

and left issue, Henry, 6. 1853; Frederick Neville, b. 1855 ;

Ernest Jocelyn, b. 1860 ; Ashley Charles, b. 1863 ; Ethel

Maud Frances.
Edward Shipphard, of Penmount, Cornwall, J. P., b. 1830 ;

m. 1854, Ellen Anne. dau. of Humphrey Willyams, Esq. of

Carnanton, and has i>suo.
Margaret, m. Itev. H. Shepheard, M.A.
Frances, m. 1st, Picv. Jocelyn Willey, and 2ndly, Sir Trevor

Wheler, 9th ban.
Agnes, m. Eev. D. Barclay-Bevan, M.A.
Elizabeth, ra. Eev. K. C. Black, JI.A.
Anne, in. Eev. E. A. Litton, M.A.

Mr. Carus-Wilson d. 30 Dec. 1859, and was s. by his eldest
son,

William Wilson Carcs-Wilson, of Casterton Hall, West-
morland, b. 1 Sept. 1822; m. 10 April, 1844, Mary Letabl6re,
<3au. of the Eight Hon. Edward Litton, of Altmore, co. Tyrone,
Master in Chancery in Ireland, and M.P. for Coleraine, and
</. 11 June, 1885, leaving issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Edward, b. 27 July, 1849.
HI. Clifford, b. 6 March, 1855.

IV. Herbert, b, 4 July, 1856.

V. Cecil, b. 18 Oct. Is57 ; w. Barbara, dau. of Eev. R. G.
Chalk, Eeclor of Wilden, Beds.

I. Emily Anne. ra. 1st, J. W. Talbovs, Esq.; 2ndly, 7 Oct.

1885, Capt. W'. Morse, of the War Oflice.
It. Cathleen, ra. E. Kyle, Esq.
m. Ada Olivia Sophia, m. J. H. Crampton, Esq.

IV. Sophia Elizabeth, ra. H. Selva, Esq.

V. JIary Constance.

At~r,is — Arg., three wolves' heads couped sa., vulned in the
neck ppr., for Wilson, quartering az. on a chevron engrailed
or, between nine quatrefoils arg. three mullets gu., for Carcs
of Kirh ,y Loasdalf. Crt-its — Xst, A crescent or, issuing flames
of fire ppr., for Wilson: 2nd, A hawk rising sa. beaked, belled
and collared or, from the collar an escutcheon pendant arg.,
charged with a wolf's head sa. vulned ppr., for Caecs. Motto —
^on nobis solum.

Heiide/ice — 4 York Villas, Faversham.



WILSON OF RIGMADEN.
TViLSOx, Cheistophee Wtndham, Esq. of Eig-
maden Park, co. "Westmorland, J. P. andD.L., High
SherifE 1884, Col of West Cumberland Yeomaurj,



I). 1844 ; m. 1874, Mildred Eyre, youngest dau. of
J. S. Spedding, of Mirchouse, Cumberland, and by
her (who d. 1878) had issue,

I. CHRiSTOPnER Holme, b. 1875.

I. Beatrice Mildred, b. 1878.

He m. 2ndly, 1879, Edith, youngest dau. of Sir
Minto Townsend Earquhar, Bart., M.P., and haa
by her,

II. Humphrey Minto, b. 1883.

III. Horace Fitzroy, b. 1884.

IV. Thomas Leonard, b. 1883.

V. Christopher Gilbert, b. 1890.

II. Kathcrine Edith, b. 18S0.

III. Isabel Frances Barbara, b. 1387.

Lineage.— William Wilson, Esq. J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1863, who s. to Kigmaden at the death of his elder brother
in 1370, was 2nd son of Christopher Wilsou, Esq. of Eigmaden,
by Catherine his wife, dau. of James Wilson, Esq. of Kendal.
He ra. 1st, Maria Letitia, dau. of Eichard Parrott Hulme,
Esq.; and 2ndly, Elizabeth Joanna, dau. of JohnMorland,
Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and by the former, who d. 1873, had,
inter alios, a son and heir,

Christopher, now of Eigmaden.
He d. 26 July, 1880.

Seais— Eigmaden Park, near Kirkby Lonsdale ; and Bays Hill
Lawn, Cheltenham.
Club — Carlton.



WILSON (now BROMLEY) OF DALLAM
TOWEB.

Bromley, Maueice, Esq. o£ Dallam Tower, co.
Westmorland, b. 1875, second son of Henry Brom-
ley, Esq., and Adela Augusta, his wife, only child
of Westley Richards, Esq. Mr. Henry Bromley is
the only son of Sir Henry Bromley, Bart, (see
Bueke's Peerage), who is the second but eldest
surviring son of the late Admiral Sir Robert Howe
Bromley, Bart., by Anne, his wife, younger dau.
and co-heiress of Daniel Wilson, Esq. of Dallam
Tower {vide infra).

Lineage. — This family has been of note in Westmorland
for several centuries past. Edward Wilson, Esq. of Nether
Levins, in that co. founded and endowed the Grammar
School of Haversham (in which parish Nether Levens is
situate) temp. James I.

Edward Wilson, Esq, of Haversham Hall, son of Thomas
Wilson, of Kendal (by Dorothy his wife, dau. of Henry Fisher,
of Bradleyfield), and grandson of Thomas AVilson, Esq. of
Staveley Hall, Kendal, who d. about 1624; m. 1st, Jane, dau.
of Gawen Braithwaite, Esq. of Ambleside, and by her had
issue a son, Edward, and a dau. Elizabeth; m. Philip, only
son of Edmund Swetenham, of Somerford, co. Chester. Mr.
Wilson ra. 2ndly, Dorothy, dau. of Eichard Kirkby, of Kirkby
Hall, Furness, by whom he had issue,

Eoger, b. 1662, ancestor of William Wilson Carus-Wilson,
Esq. of Casterton Hall (see Wilson of Casterton Hall).
Mr. Wilson d. 2 July, 1707, aged 89, and was s. by his son,

Edward Wilson, Esq. of Dallam Tower, to. Catherine, dau.
and co-heir of Sir Daniel Fleming, Knt. of Eydal, West-
morland, and left at his decease, 5 Feb. 1719-20, aged 69, asoa
and heir,

Daniel Wilson, Esq. of Dallam Tower, M.P. for Westmor-
land, aud High Sheriff of Lancashire 1727. He ra. Elizabeth,
dau. of William Crowle, Esq. of Hull, and d. 31 May, 1764,
aged 74, having had issue,

Edward, his heir.

George, Col. 1st Foot Guards, h. 1723 ; m. Anne Sybil, dau.

•and heir of Allan Harrison, Esq., and had a dau., who d.
young.

Thomas, Earristcr-at-Law. [See Wilson of Redprave).

Dorothy, ra. the Ven. William Fleming, Archdeacon of
Carlisle, only son of the Eight Eev. Sir George Fleming,
Bart., Bishop of Carlisle.
The eldest son,

Edward W'ilson, Esq. of Dallam Tower, m, 19 June, 1746,
Dorothy, eldest dau. and co-heir of Sir William Fleming, Bart.
of Eydal, and had issue,

Daniel, his heir.

\Villiam. Edward.



WIL



THE LANDED GENTRY.



WIL



2235



Poi'otliy, m. 21 Dec. 1773, Richard Watson, D.D., Bishop of
Llanclaff.

Elizabeth, d. unni. Barbara, d. unm.

Marjcaret, d. unm.

Charlotte, m. Charles Gibson, Esq. of Quernmorc Park.
Mr. Wilson d. 1764, and was s. by his eldest sou,

Daniel Wilson, Esq. of Dallam Tower, m. 1st, Beatrix,
only dau. of Samuel Egertou, Esq.of TattonPark.co. Chester,
which lady d. s. j). 1779; and 2ndly, 17 July, 1782, Sarah,
only dau. and heir of Samuel Harper, Esq. of Heath, co. York,
by whom he left at his decease, 11 Nov. 1824, aged 78, two
daus., Sarah, wife of George Smyth, Esq., and Anne, m. 8
Juno, 1812, Sir Robert Howe Bromly, Bart., whose great-
srandson Maurice Bromley, is the present possessor of
Dallam Tower. The elder dau. and co-heiress,

Sarah Wilson, m. as already stated, in 1811, George
Smyth, Esq., Lieut.-Col. in the Guards, 2nd son of the Right
Hon. John Smyth, of Heath Hall, co. York, M.P., by the Lady
Georgiana his wife, eldest dau. of Augustus Henry, Duke of
Grafton. On his marriage, Col. Smyth took the name and
arms of Wilson. His issue were,

George Edward, of Dallam Tower.

Charles Henry (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Coberley, near
Cheltenham, 6. 8 Dec. 1817.

Frederick John.

Georgiana. Sarah Maria.

Elizabeth Ann. Frances.

Maria Laura, in. Charles James Hare, Esq. of Wormley
Lodge, Herts, and has issue.
Col. Wilson d. 3 March, 1853. His wifed. 29 May, 1831. His
son and heir,

George Edward Wilson, Esq. of Dallam Tower, J. P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1849, h. 17 Nov. 1814; ire. 3 March, 1842,
Gertrude Mary, dau. of William Hulton, Esq. of Hulton Park,
CO. Lancaster, and has issue,

r. George Crowle, b. 23 April, 1846 : d. 18 Dec. 1874.
II. Charles Henry, h. 28 Dec. 1847, deceased.
in. Edward Hugh, of Dallam Tower,

I. Gertrude Sophia.

II. Harriet Maria, d. 29 Dec. 1351.

III. Emily Sarah.

Mr. Wilson d. 1879, and was s. by his eldest surviving son,
Edward Hugh Wilson, Esq., of Dallam Tower, J. P. and

D.L., High Sheriflf 1886, b. 3 Feb. 1849; d. s.p. 8 Dec. 1886,

and was s. by his sisters,

Gertrude Sophia Wilson and Emily Sarah Wilson, who

toth d. in 1892, and were s. by their cousin, Maurice

Bromley, Esq., now of Dallam Tower, who on attaining his

majority will assume the additional name and arms of

Wilson.

Arms — Arg., three wolves' heads couped sa., vulned in the
neck ppr. Crest — A crescent or, issuing flames of fire ppr.
(S'cai— Dallam Tower, Milnthorp.



"WILSON OF CUERYGEANE.

"Wilson, James, Esq. of Carrjgrane, co. Long-
ford, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1864, b. 11 July,
1832 ; m. 2 Oct. Ig61, Constant Grace Martha,
eldest dau. of the late James Freeman Hughes, Esq.
of The G-rore, Stillorgan, co. Dublin, and has issue,

I. James Mackay, J. P., h. 1863, educated at Harrow and
Trin. Coll. Dublin, High Sheriff co. Longford 1887.

II. Henry Hughes, Capt. Ritle Brigade, b. 5 May, 1S64; m.
3 Oct. 1891, Cecil Mary, dau. of George Cecil Gore Wray,
Esq. of Ardnamona, co. Donegal.

ni. Arthur John de Courcy, b. 10 Jan. 1S67, m. 1892, Norah,
dau. of Hammon Paine, Esq. of The Paragon, Blackheath,
Kent.

IV. Cecil William, Lieut. 60th Rifles, b. June, 1870.

I. Florence Grace, d. unm. 16 Dec. 1889.

II. Ada Dupre Martha.

III. Eileen Geraldine Edith.

Lineage. — John Wilson, Esq. of Rashee, co. Antrim, is
supposed to have landed at Carrickfergus, in the suite of
William III. He m. Barbara, dau. of Andrew Porter, and d.
1692, leaving issue,

I. Francis, of Rashee, will dated 19 June, 1705 ; m. Jane,
sister of Thomas Taggart, Esq., and left issue, John,
Nathaniel, Francis, Margaret, Susanna, and Jane.

II. Hugh, of whom we treat.

III. Robert. iv. Thomas. v. James.
I. Janet. ii. Susan.



Hugh Wilson, Esq. of Rashee, will dated 20 June, 1737, w.
1st, Jane Ramsay, and by her had issue,

I. William, of whom presently.

II. John, of Derry. in. Hugh.

I. Barbara, m. — Douglas, Esq,

II. Jane, m. P. Ramsy, Esq. in. Susan.
He m. 2ndly, Jane White. His oldest son,

William Wilson, Esq. of Rashee, co. Antrim, m. Elizabeth
Dobbin, of Carrickfergus, and had issue,

I. Hugh, of whom presently.

II. William Dobbin, m. and left issue.

III. James Dobbin, of Asp Mill.

I. Elizabeth, d. unm.

II. A dau., Mrs. Moorhead. in. A dau., Mrs. Milford.
Mr. Wilson d. 1769. His eldest son,

Hugh Wilson, Esq. of Rashee, m. 19 Jan, 1773, Jane
Craig, and by her (who d. 12 Aug. 1823) had issue,

William, of whom we treat.
Mr. Wilson d. 27 Dec. 1822. His son,

William Wilson, Esq. of Larkhill, co. Dublin, b. 10 July,
1787, m. Rebecca Dupre, dau. of John Mackay, Esq.
of Ely, CO. Tyrone, and by her (who d. 2 Nov. 1846) had
issue,

I. James, now of Currygrane.

II. John, m. Frances, dau. of Rev. E. Nangle, and has issue,

1 William, m. Ada, dau. of Capt. Granville; 1 Elizabeth;

2 Matilda; 3 Beatrice.

III. Robert Mackay, m. E. Suffern, dau. of Murray Suffern,
Esq., and has issue, three daus., 1 Jane Georgina, m. A.
Wright, Esq. ; 2 Dupre, and 3 Matilda.

IV. George On-, m. Annie, dau. of Col. Shaw, and has issue,
Hugh, Percy, Ernest, Herbert, Walter, Dunbar, Helen, and
Eva.

I. Jane, m. Rev. W. Mcllwaine, and has issue, eight sons and
two daus.
Mr. W. Wilson d. 29 Oct. 1882.

Arms — Arg., a wolf ramp. az. on a chief indented of the last
three estoiles of the field. Cfest — A demi-wolf ramp, per pale
indented arg. and az. Motto — Pollet virtns.

Seat — Currj'grane, Edgeworthstown, co. Longford.

Clubs — University, Dublin, and Royal St. George Y'acht,
Kingstown.



"WILSON OF NUNTHOEPE HALL.

Wilson, Isaac, Esq. of Xunthorpe Hall, co. York,
J.P. and D.L., North Eiding, York, M.P. for
Middlesbrough 1878-92, b. 16 Feb. 1822; m. 9
June, 1847, Anna Dorothy, dau. of Robert Benson.
Esq. of Park Side, Kendal, and has issue,
I. Robert Theodore, I. 7 Feb. 1850, m. 9 Nov. 1882, Char-
lotte Helen, dau. of the late Robert McNair, Esq. of
Greenfield, co. Lanark, and has issue, Helen Dorothy, b.
27 Oct. 1883, and Katherine Maud, b. 24 July, 1888.

I. Mary, m. 15 Feb. 1872.

II. Helen, m. 5 Jan. 1886, Rev. Joim Clarke Hanson, Vicar
of Thirsk, co. York.

III. Anna Gertrude, m. 12 Jan. 1875, Evelyn Geoffrey Saye,
Esq. of Hawksfield, Hants.

IV. Sarah Maria, m. 27 Dec. 1883, Rev. William Birbeck
Pierson, Vicar of St. Barnabas, Crewe.

v. Dora Beatrice.

Mr. AVilson is the son of the late Isaac Wilson, Esq.
of Kendal, Westmorland, (who d. 23 Dec. 1844) by
Mary his wife (who d. 2 May, 1846), dau. of —
Jowell, Esq. of Leeds.

Sea<— Nunthorpe Hall, R.S.O., York.
Cii'-te— Reform and National Liberal.



"WILSON OF TEANB"5r CEOFT.

WllsON, Aethue, Esq. of Tranby Croft, York-
shire, J.P. and D.L. Yorkshire, High Sheriff, 1891,
b. 14 Dec. 1836; m. 1 July, 1863, Mary Emma,
dau. of E. J. Smith, of Leeds, and has issue,

I. Arthur Stanley, b. 1868, m. 24 Feb. 1892, Alice Cecil
Agnes, dau. of the late Sir Edmund Filmer, Bart., M.P.
(see Burke's Peerage.)

II. Edward Kenneth, b. 1869.

in. Clive Henry Adolphus, b. 1876.

I. Susannah West, m. J. G. Menzies, Esq.

II. Ethel Mary, m. Lycett Green, Esq.



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III. Muriel Thetis.
Mr Ai-thur Wilson is the son of the late ^Ir. Thomas
AVilson, of Cottinghaiu, Yorks, who d. 1SG9.

Seat— Tran\<j Croft, Hull, Yorks.

Toinx Residoxci — 17, Grosvcnor I'lace, S.W.



CORBETT-WINDEK, OF VAYNOE, PARK.

CORBETT-WlNDEE, WiLLIAM, Esq. of TajTior
Park. CO. Montgomerv, J. P. and D.L., High
Sheriff ISSS. Ma^jor iii the Army (retired) late
52nd Light Infantry, s. to the YaTnor estates at
the death of his mother, Mary Anne Jane Corbett-
Winder. 9 Feb. 1879; he was b. 1820; m. 1872.
Cecilia ilillicent, youngest dau. of Rev. Robert
Hornby, A'icar of Baystou, Salop, and has issue,

I. William John, 6. 26 Aug. 1875.
I. Harriet ilillicent.

Major Corbett-Winder is 2nd son of the late Uredale
Corbett-Winder, Esq., who assumed, 18G8, the sur-
name of WiXDER on his wife inheriting the Yajnor
estates.

Liineag'e. — See Cokbett of Longnor Hall, Snlop.

The family of Winder descends from John Windeb, Esq. of
Helstone, Westmorland, who m. a sister of Edmund Gibson,
Bishop of London. Their son,

Joseph Winder, Esq. of Helstone, ra. 17.'J0, xVnn, dau. and
heiress of John Moxon, Esq., inheritor of Vayncr Park, at the
death of his brother, Robert Moxon, 17S.5, who had become
the possessor by purchase.

The dau. of Joseph Winder, Esq., by Ann Moxon his wife,

Elizabeth Winder, m. 17S6, Joseph Lyon, Esq. of Ashfield
Hall, Chester, and had, with other issue,

John Winder Lton-Winder, Esq., who was s. in theVaynor
estates by his brother, Edmund Henry Lyon, who was s. by
his sister.

Mart Ann-e Jane, m. 8 Dec. 1817, tTvedale Corbett, Esq.,
2nd son of Archdeacon Corbett, of Longnor Hall, .S.alop,
and d. 9 Feb. 1879, leaving a son and heir, William, now of
Vaynor Park.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, chequy or, and vert on a fcss
engrailed gu. a crescent between two fieurs-dc-lis arg. for
Winder; 2nd and 3rd, or two ravens ppr. a border engrailed
(fu. charged with eight bezants, for Corbett. Crests — 1st,
Winder : a cro\N'n vallery or, therefrom issuant a buffalo's
head sa. armed gold, in the mouth a branch of cherry tree
fructed ppr. 2nd, Corbett : A raven ppr. in the beak a
holly branch slipped ppr. Mottoes — Nulla paUescere culpa,
and Deus pascit corves.

Siat — Vaynor Park, Berriew, co. Montgomery.



WINDHAM OF WAWNE.

Windham, Ashe, Esq. of Wawne Hall, co. York,
h. 18 March, 18.30 ; s. his brother Dec. 1887 ; m.
Juliet, dau. of Col. Hugh Maclean, late Scots
Guards, of Coll, co. Argyle, and has issue,

I. Ashe, b. 1863. ii. William, h. 1864.

1. 1. John, 1. 1866.

I. Katharine,™. 18 June, 1889,Major-Gen. the Hon. George

Talbot Devereux, and has one son (see Burke's Fctrage,

Hereford, V.).

liineag'e. — The family of Windham is a branch of Wtnd-
HAM of Oi-diard Wyndkojii (see Wyndham of Dinton).

Sir Edmund Wtndham, of Felbrigg, temp. James I., being
coDiIemned to lose his right hand for striking a Mr. Cleer in
the Koyal Tennis Court, prayed to lose his left instead, and
keep his right, ' ' for therewith," said he, " I may do ye King
gode service." Upon this submission and reques



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