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Thomas
Acland, Hart. ; and 3rdly, Richard Hinckley, Esq. of Beacon
House, Lichfield.

II. Mary Anne, d. 11 June, 1843.

Dean Woodhouse was s. at his decease by his grandson, the
present William Heubekt Wodehouse, Esq. of Woolmers
Park, who restored the ancient mode of spelling the family
name as written for upwards of four centuries prior to the
time of Francis, son of Walter Wodehouse de Wodehouse, who,
as it is above stated, altered the spelling contemporaneously
with certain changes then adopted in the English language,
and for which alteration there appears to have been no
authority.

Arms — Gu., a cross or, between twelve crosses-crosslet of
the second.

Crest — On a ducal coronet or, across-crosslet arg.

Motto — In hoc signo.

SeaJ— Woolmers Park, near Hertford.



■WOGAN-BROWNE OF
BROWNE.



CASTLE



Wogan-Browne, Capt. Francis William
Nicholas, Capt. 3rd King's Own Hussars, b. 17
Feb. 1854; m. 11 Aug. 1879, Beda, 3rd dau. of
J. Coslello, Esq. of Fox Hall, co. Dublin, Capt.
Browne assumed by deed poll, 30 Jan. 1880, the
additional name of VVoGAN, which had been borne
as a Christian name by the family for several
generations.

Liineag'e.— John Brown, of Guggotstown, co. Kildare.
whose will dated 3 May, 1629, was proved 6 May following,
iii. Ellis Stoak, and by her had issue, Christopher and
Thomas, of whom we treat. The younger son,

Thomas Brown, of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, m. Begnel,
dau. of Nicholas Stephens, andtZ. 2 April, 1693 (will dated
19 Oct. 1687, anl proved 28 June, 1694), having by her (who
d. 22 Dec. 1665) had issue, a son,

John Browne, of Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, rn. Hon.
Mary, dau. of William, 3rd Viscount Fitzwilliam (see
Burke's Extinct Peeroge), and d. 27 Jan. 1693. aged 42 (will
dated 25 and proved 30 Jan. same year), having by her (who
d. 19 May, 1693) had issue,

I. Christopher, of Castle Browne, co. Kildare, d. unm. 23
Dec. 1735, aged 53 (will dated 18 Dec. 1736, proved 3 Feb.
1736-7).

II. Stephen Fitzwilllam, of whom presently.

I. Anne, d. 21 Dec. 1736 (will dated 21 Nov. 1736, proved 28
July, 1737).
II Alice, 7)1. John Taylor.

III. Elizabeth.

The 2nd son,

Stephen F;tzwilliam Browne, of Castle Browne, to.
1697, Judith, 2nd dau. of John Wogan, Esq. of Ruthcofley,
CO. Kildare, by Judith. Moore, his wife, and d. 3 July, 1767,
leaving issue,

I. John.

II. Christopher.

III. Thomas.

IV. Michael, of whom presently.

V. Anthony, Col. in the Saxon Service,™. M. Sacgrea, and
had issue, Anthony, m. Mary, dau. of Gen. Cuppage, and
had issue, .\nthony. Major in the army, m. M. Gildea, and
has issue.

The 4th son,

Michael Bp.owne, of Castle Browne (sometimes called,
Clongoweswood), Col. in the French Service, m. his cousin,



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C;\thcrino, dau.of Col. Nicliolas 'Wog-an,* of Eatbcoffcy, and

d. 1TG9, leaving issue,

:. Anthony, of Cirdostown, CO. Meath (will cLited 15 Feb.,

piovecl o' Ptc. ITaO), and had a son, Wogan Chiistoplier

An I lion V.

It. Thonia.^, m. Sav.ah Poarson, a lady of considerable

liioperty in WostnioiUmd. and d. s. p.
HI. Michael Woga.n, of whom presently.
1. Judith. n. Eliza.

The yotiucer son,

Michael \Voi:an Browke, Esq. of Castle Browne, Lictit.-
Go'i. in tiie Saxuu Service, and A.D.C. to tlic King of Saxony,
liy whom he was created a Barou, was Commander of the
Guards and Governor of Dresden, lie m. Augusta Frances,
dan. of Co!. Thomas Proscott, of the Guards, and grond-
dau. of 1st Viscount Falmoutli, by Charlotte his wife, niece
of the groat Duke of Marlborough, and had issue,

Th Unas, Major in the army, d. s. p. 1877.

Arthur, C.Tpt. in the Austrian Service, d. unm.

I'KANCis, of whom we treat.
Lieut.-Gen. Michael Wogan Browne d. 1S24. His younger
son,

Fkancis Browne, Esq. of Castle Browne, M.ijor 7th
Hungarian Hussars, Austrian Service, m. Charlotte, dau. of
Gen." Barou do Keredorn de Trobriand, of the French
Army, and had issue,

I. I'rancis William Kichoias, now of Castle Browne.

It. Charles Michael Edward.

I. Charlotte, in. Capt. Desire de Vastincs, 7e Chasseurs a
clieval, and d. s. p. 1878.

II. Anne Kegina.
JIajor F. Browne d. 1S70.

Estate — Castle Browne, co. Kildare.



WOLFE OF FORENAGHTS.

Wolfe, George, Esq. of Forenaglits aud Bishops-
land , CO. Kildare, and Acomb Priory, co. York, J.P. co.
Kildare,latc Lieut. Stb (King's Royal Irish; Hussars,
formerly Lieut, in the S7th, Princess Victoria's
Eoval Irish Fusiliers (medal and clasp and bronze
star for Tel-el-Kebir), retired from the Army 29
July, 1890, L. 16 Dee. 1859 ; m. 25 Oct. 1888,Emily
Maud Mary, widow of J. J. Lceman, Esq., D.L.,
sometime M.P. for York, and only child of the
late Richard Smethurst, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Ellerbeck Hall, Chorley (see Sjiethuest of Chor-
ley), and has issue,

Emily Maud Charlotte.

Lineage.— This family is of great antiquity and has not
been undistinguished. The military achievements of one of
its descendants, Major-Gen. James Wolfe, the illustrious hero
of Quebec, conferred on the name a glorious prominence in
the records of British renown ; the legal distinction of Arthur
Wolfe, the much lamented Viscount Kilwarden, procured his
elevation to the judicial Bench; and in more recent times,
the poetic genius of the Rev. Charles Wolfe, the author of the
exquisite lines on the death of Sir John Moore, has added
lustre to the house from which he sprung.

RicHABD Wolfe, the fir.^t of the family who settled in Ire-
land, came from England about 1C.08. In a Common Pleas
judgment in 1665, he is described as "lately of the City of
Dublin," gent, and in a Chancery suit, dated 12 April of same
year, he is shown asoi Huttonread, parish of Oughterard, co.
k ildare. By Ann his wife, who survived him, he had, i. John,
his heir ; I. Jane, b. circa 1636, m. Hugh Banner, of Punches-
town; H. Dorothy, )/i. William Brunton, of Bishopscourt, co.
Kildare; in. Ann Katharine; iv. Eleanor, lu. William Bur-
goyne. His will, dated 7 Dec. 1678, was proved 27 Feb.
following, and he was bur. in Oughterard Church. His son,

JoHK Wolfe, Esq. of Baronrath, b. about 104.'), was appointed
10 Willlam III. one of the Commissioners for ascertaining

» Col. Nicholas Wogan of Rathcoffey, co. Kildare, was the
son of John Wogan, of Rathcoffey, and Judith Jloore his wife,
and a direct descendant of Sir John Wogan, Chief Governor
ef Ireland in 1295 and 1310. Col. Wogan's si.ster Judith m. as
in the text, Stephen FiizwiUiam Browne, of Castle Browne.
Col. Wogan, m. Rose, dau. and heir of Sir Neill O'Neill, Ban.
His will, dated 5 Feb. 1757, was proved 19 Dec. 1770. He left
issue, John, of Rathcoffey, vi. Hon. Hellen Browne (sister of
Lord Kenmarej, who d. 1784; Frances, m. John Talbot, of
Malahide, and was grandmother of Richard Wogan Talbot,
2na Baron Talbot de Malahide ; and Catherine, m. as in the
'ext, her cousia Col. Michael Browne, of Castle Browne.



the mode of raising the proportion of a Land Tax of £120,000
to be paid by co. Kildare. He m. 1G68, Mary Cooper,
widow of the Rev. Thomas Colclough, and by her (who d.
1725) had,

I. Richaud, his heir.

II. John, '.. 5 Aug. 1681 ; in. 31 Aug. 1704, Alice, dau. of
James White, Esq. of Ballinatray, co. Wexford, and d.
1751, leaving Mary, d. unm. 24 June, 1751.

I. Elizabetli, b. 1 April, 1669; m. Thomas Blood, of Lady
Castle, CO, Kildare, and had issue.

II. Ann, b. 1 March, 1670; m. Richard Fletcher, of Rath-
more, CO. Kildare, and had issue.

III. Mary, b. 1 March. 1675 ; m. Mr. King, of Dublin, Mer-
chant, and had issue.

IV. Alice, b. 1 Sept. 1678; m. Samuel Page, of Barberstown,
CO. Kildare, and d. Sept. 1766, having had issue.

Mr. Wolfe d. 1715. His eldest son,

lUcuAKD Wolfe, Esq. of Forenaghts and Baronrath, 6. H
Nov. 1G73, Freeman of Dublin 1706; hi. 13 April, 1699, Lydia,
dau. of Patrick Page, Esq. of Forenaghts, by Mary his wife,
dau. of Sir William Sandys, Bart, and by her (who(?.24 Aug.
1715)had, with seven dans, (viz., i. Mary, b. 6 April, 1701, ra.
William Sherlock, Esq. of Carrick, co. Westmeaih ; ii. Alice,
h. 9 Aug. 1702, m. Fleetwood Cahill, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,
and d. 9 July, 1764 ; in. Elizabeth, b. 24 Aug. 1703, d. unm.
25 March, 1790; iv. Anne, 6.3 Oct. 1706, m. Rev. Thomas
Bullen; v. Lydia, b. 4 Jan. 1708, m. Thomas White, Esq. of
Ballinatray, co. Wexford, and d. 17 Jan. 1738; \i. Katherine,
b. 12March, 1711, d.uy^m. 3April, 1730; vii. Jane, ft. 29 July,
d. 19 Aug, 1715), five sons,

I, John, his heir.

II. Thomas, of Blackball, co. Kildare, b. 12 June, 1705, Free-
man of Dublin 1733 ; m. 1733, Margaret Lombard, and d. 25
IMarcli, 1787, having had a dau., Mary. m. 1st, 1758, Charles
Hendrick, Esq., and 2udly, 1767, John Wetherall, Esq.;
and a son,

1 Theobald, of Blackball, 6. 1739, Freeman of Dublin
1769 ; m. Frances, dau. of Rev. Peter Lombard, of Clon-
corrig, co. Leitrim, and d. 8 Oct. 1799, luaving had by her
(whoti. 15 July, 1811) three daus. (viz., 1 Mary, 6. 8 Jtme,
1773, m. Capt. George Mansergh, of Greenane, co.
Tipperary; 2 Frances, ft. 7 March, 1793, d. unm. -^
3 Jlargaret, b. 11 May, 1796, m. Lieut. Riehard Wall,
R.X.), and eight sons,

Thomas (Rev.), ft. 11 Dec. 1774, Freeman of Dublin 1792;
d. v/iuii. 1797.

Peter, of Blackball, b. 9 Aug. 1776, m. 1804, Isabella
Patrickson, niece of Sir Thumas Clarges, Bart,, and
d. 28 May, 1848, having had, 1 Theobald John, 6, 4
July, 1806, d. unm., 30 May, 1869 ; 2 William Clarges.
6, 28 Oct. 1810, Col, in the army, served in the 39th
Kegt. in the Crimean War, d. unm. 29 Sept. 1868: 3
Peter, 6. 5 Sept. 1813, Capt. 66th Regt., d. unm. at
Wellington, New Zealand, about 1858; 4 John Edward,
of Blackball, 6. 12 May, 1815, a. unm. 31 Aug. 1870;
5 Cliristopher, d. young; 1 Frances Mary, ft. 9 April,
1805, d. unm. ; 2 Isabella, 6. 25 Aug. 1812, d. unm. ; 3
Helena, of Blackball, m. 8 Feb. 1842, Christopher Rynd,
Esq. (see Rtnd of Ryndrilk).
James, Major Kildare Militia, b. 16 April, 1778; m. 1
May, 1813, Eliza Walker, and d. 12 July, 1840, having
had four daus. (Mary Ann, ft. 10 May, 1814, d. unm. t>
June, 1884; Margaret; Frances Isabella, jii. 19 Feb.
1846, Rev. John Murray, Rector of Edcnrierry, King's
Co., who d. 7 June, 1887; and Elizabeth) and three
sons,

Theobald Geohc.e Samuel, of whom hereafter, as
successor to Forenaghts,
John Charles (Ven,), D,D., Rector of Clontibret, ce.
Monaghan, and Archdeacon of Clogher, ft. 10 Feb.
1817 ; m. 28 Nov. 1855, Sarah Emilie, dau. of J.
Higgin, Esq. of Cave Valley, Jamaica, and d. 30
Aug. 1871, leaving issue, 1 James Charles, ft. 5 Nov.
1856, m. 6 Sept. 1882, Mary Alicia, dau. of Robeit
Adams, Esq., M.D., of Dublin, Surgeon-in-Ordinary
to the Queen in Ireland, and widow of Thomas
Cootc, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Ralhconncll House,
CO. Monaghan, and had issue, John Charles, 6. 14
June, and d. 26 Aug. 1883; James Charles, ft. 20
Oct. 1884 ; Richard Straubenzie, ft. 7 Dec. 1886, d. 28
Sept. 1888; Nora Dorothy, d. 11 Sept. 1888; and
Eileen ; 2 Edward John (Kev.), formerly Vicar of
Mullavally, Tandragee, co. Armagh, now Curate at
Brixton, London, ft. 4 Aug. 1858, m. 9 Aug. 1883,
Henrietta Maria, dau. of Ussher William Alcock, Esq.
83rd Regt.. and grand-dau. of the late Henry Alcock,
Esq. of Wilton Castle, co. Wexford (.sec Alcock of
Wiltoit), and has issue, Mona, and Vera Dorothy :
3 Thomas, 6. 2 JIarch, 1860, d. young; 4 Arthur
Theobald, ft. 13 July, 1870 ; 1 Mary Emilie, m. 9
Aug. 1882, Albei-t Augustus Eyre Coote, Capt. 3rd
Batt. Royal Irish Fusiliers, son of Major Coote, D.L.
and J. P., Brandrum House, co. Monaghan, and has
issue ; 2 Augusta, m. 2 Sept, I8b5, Rev. Lewis Arthur



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Hill Trevor Torler, A.M. and ExScU. T.C.D., and
has issue.
Charles (Rev.), British Chaplain at Havre, 6. 10 Sept.
1825; m. Gould liuxton (of th". Kuxtons of Ardet
Ho-u^e), and d. s. p. 9 Nov. 18G6. She d. March,
1885.

Theobald, 6. 25 Feb. 1780: <7. young.

Edward, b. 16 Sept. 1781; Major in the army; d. unm.

20 Feb. 1875.
Eichard, b. 18 Nov. 1782 ; Ensign C8th Regt. 30 March,

1800; rf. 2 July, 1801, in the Leeward Islands.
Charles, b. 19 Aug, 1784; d. young.
Charles (Rev.), the Poet, author of the Elegy on the

death of Sir John Moore at Corunna, 6. 13 Dec. IV 91 ;

d. 21 Feb. 1823.

in. Theobald, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 10 March, 1710, Freeman
of Dublin, 1749 ; m. 1st, 1733, Eliza, dau. of Capt. Charl-
ton, of Curraghtown, co. Meath, and 2ndly, 1745, Eliza-
beth, dau. of William Dobbs, Surgeon-General to the Army
in Ireland, and d. 1784, having had issue. 1 Theobald, b. 29
Sept. 17G1, d. 25 March, 1770; 2 Williani, b. 25 Dec. 1765,
d. 21 Nov. 1771 ; 1 Mary, 7)i. 10 Nov. 1770, Cuthbert Fcther-
ston, Esq. of Mosstown, co. Westmeatli ; 2 Lydia, m. Rev.
James Jones, son of Right Hon. Theophilus Jones, and d.
1793, having had issue ; 3 Anne, m. Rev. H. Lomax Walsh,
D.D., and has issue ; 4 Charlotte, m. her cousin. Col. John
Wolfe, of Forenaghts ; 5 Margaret, m. Sir Robert Synge,
1st bart. of Lislee.

jv. r.iehard, of Baronrath, co. Kildare, and of St. Mar-
garet's, CO. Dublin, 6. 13 Oct. 1712, Freeman of Dublin
i735; TO. Alicia, dau. of James Standish, Esq. of Dub-
lin, and d. April, 1799, leaving by her (who d. 1754) three
daus., (viz. : 1 Elizabeth, 6. 1750, d. 30 Aug. 1816 ; 2 Anne,
b. 1752, Ml. Robert French, Esq., and d. 14 March, 1805 ; 3
Lydia) and a son,

William Standish, of Baronrath, co. Kildare, and St.
Margaret's, co. Dublin, b. 1762, Freeman of Dublin
1775, m. 1779, Elizabeth (who rf. 1814), dau. of Gilbert
Toler, Esq. and Alicia Gason his wife, and d. 1810, having
had (with three younger sons, James General, 6. 1798 ;
James Walter, b. 1800, both d. young; Arthur, b. 1804,
d. unm. 1856, and six daus., 1 Anna Maria, ci. 1842 ; 2
Mary, rf. young; 3 Alicia, b. 23 Oct. 1790, m. E. Cusack,
Esq.; 4 Elizabeth Lydia, 6. 16 April, 1792, m. 4 Jan.
1815, Rev. James Metge (6. J 790, d. 9 Jan. 1827), and d.
27 April, 1874, leaving issue; 5 Araminta, 6. 8 Dec. 1796,
d. 16 May, 1832 ; 6 Anne French, b. 1807, d. young) the
following sons,

1 Richard, 6. 1780, d. aged 9 years.

2 Theobald, 6. 1782, Queen's Co. Militia, d. 16 Jan.
1805.

3 William Standish, of Baronrath, and of St. Mar-
garet's, b. 26 March, 1784, Freeman of Dublin 1813,
m. 1808, Jane, sister of Mr. Phillips, Barrister-at-Law,
and d. 18 March, 1869, having had, 1 Williani, b. 1811,
d. an infant; 2 Eichard, b. 1817, d. aged 9 years; 3
Robert, 6. 1819; d. aged 7 years; 1 Elizabeth, d. aged
16; 2 Lydia, d. aged 14; 3 Isabella; 4 Charlotte; 5
Jane, d. aged 6.

4 Robert, 6. 1786, Ensign 59th Regt., killed 26 Aug.
1811, in Java at storming of French lines of Cornelius,
near Batavia.

5 John, of Upper Gloucester Street, Dublin, and Rock-
ford, Nenagh, co. Tipperary, b. 6 May, 1787 ; m. 24 April,
1823, Frances, dau. of William Kingslcy, Esq. of
Rockford, Nenagh, and d. 15 July, 1858, having had by
her (who d.2 Jan. 1878), with two daus. (viz., 1 Frances
Elizabeth, b. 7 June, 18'2o; m. 12 Jan. 1848, William
Courtenay, Esq., and d. s.p. 26 Feb. 1849; 2 Lucy, 77i.
13 July, 1859, IJcnjamin Towers, Esq. of Castleton, co.
Tipperary, and by him (who d. 28 Sept. 188!) had issue ;
and two elder sons (Robert French, b. 6 March, 1824, d.
young; and John, 6. 18 May, 1827, d. unm. 22 Oct.
1850), four sons,

Toler Kingsley, of St. Margarets, co. Dublin, and
Rapla, CO. Tipperary, 5. 29 Dec. 1829; m. 10 Sept.
1853, Letitia, dau. of Major George Jackson, of
Mount Pleasant, co. Tipperary, by Letitia his wife,
dau. of Richard Townsend Ilertiert, of Cahirnane, co.
Kerry (see Hekbert of Culiirnane), and d. 27 Sept.
1878, having had, 1 John Standish, b. 15 Feb. 1855 ; m.
22 July, 1879, Mary Toler, dau. of Joshua Robert
* Minnitt, Esq. {see Minnitt of Anaghbeg), and has

one dau., Marie; 2 George, late Capt. 4th Batt. R.I.
Regt. (Militia), resides in America, b. 10 May, 1857 ;

3 Toler Kingsley, 6. 26 Sept. 1S58 ; vi. 30 Nov. 1881,
Mary Ellen Lyster, and has one dau., Elizabeth
Toler; 4 Eichard Herbert, b. 3 Nov. 18G4; 5 William
BuLler, b. 20 Feb. 1871 ; 6 Eobert French, b. 4 Dec.
1873: 1 Frances Elizabeth, m. 3 July, 1879, Lewis
Sparrow, of Ivybridge, Plymouth, and has issue ; 2
Letitia, to. 13 Jan. 1885, Henry Allington, elder son
of Bi idges Harvey, Esq. of Plymstock, Plymouth, and
of Ualstead, co. Essex, J. P., and has issue; 3 Mary
Toler, m. Henry Prince, Esq. of Cromford, co. Derby ;

4 Lucy Ellen, d. 1 Sept. 1883 ; 5 Louisa.
■\Villiam Standish, 6. 18 May, 1832; m. 12 Feb. 1858,



Fanny Jackson, of Rapla, and d. at St. Kilda, Mel-
bourne, Australia, 21 March, 1867.

Arthur, 6. 18 Feb. 1834; d. young.

Theobald Richard, of Rockford, Nenagh, J. P., 6. 2
Sept. 1839 ; m. 14 June, 1862, Caroline, dau. of Jameg
ffranck Rolleston, Esq. (sec Rolleston of Ffraiikfort
Castle), and has, 1 John RoUe.ston, Lieut. '4th Batt.
Royal Irish Rifles, b. 21 July, 1867 ; 2 James ffranck
Rolleston, b. 20 Aug. 1881: 1 Georgiana Lucy, m.
9 Dec. 1890, James Henry Deanon, of Hoo Meavy,
Yelverton, S. Devon ; 2 Frances Elizabeth ; 3 Ricarda.
Alice ; 4 Caroline Blanche.

6 Eichard Thomas, Major in the the Army, and Sub-
Inspector of Militia of the Ionian Isles, served in the-
59th and 98th Eegts., Commandant of Eobbcn Island,
Cape Colony, 1834, Civil Commissioner and Resident;
Magistrate of the District of Wynberg 1847, Acting:
Judge of Police, Cape Town 1854, 6. 23 Jan. 1794; m.
1st, 25 Oct. 1818, Anna Maria, dau. of Dr. George Bur-
leigh, M.D., 2nd Ceylon Rifle Regt., (she <^ 12 Feb.
1837), and had by he two daus. (viz., 1 Alicia Mary, vi.
16 Nov. 1841, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Percival Touzel, of
Jersey, 27th Regt., Assistant Inspector and Chief
Instructor of Musketry Jersey Militia, and A.D.C. to
the Governor; d. 25 Sept. 1887; 2 Elizabeth, b. 20
Dec. 1830, d. 2 Aug. 1837) and seven sons,

William George, 6. 23 Jan. 1820; d. 27 Jan. 1820.

Charles Henry, of the Colonial Civil Service, Cape
Colony, b. 15 Aug. 1822; m. 1st, 13 Dec. 1848, Amelia
Long (she d. 15 Feb. 1866), and 2ndly, 6 Jan. 1881,
Antoinette Elizabeth, dau. of Helperous Eitzinia voa
LierKuys, Esq., formerly Ass. -Surveyor-General Cape
Colony, and had by his first wife, 1 a son, stillborn,
12 April, 1850 ; 2 Richard Burleigh, 6. 1 May, 1851 ;

3 William Kilwarden, 6. 20 March, 1852, (/. young;

4 Charles Henry, of the Colonial Civil Service, Caije
Colony, b. 4 July, 1858 ; 1 Charlotte Alicia Burleigh :
2 A dau. stillborn. Mr. C. H. Wolfe, d. 12 April,
1893, at Kalk Bay, Cape Colony.

Mildmay William Fane, of Port Elizabeth, Soutlt
Africa, b. 14 Aug. 1824; m. 2 July, 1849, Fanny
Sophia Terry, and d. 22 April, 1863, having had,
1 Arthur Kilwarden, 6. 24 March, 1854, d. 31 March,,.
1854; 2 Arthur Kilwarden, b. 23 June, 1855, 3 Mild-
may Tindall William, b. 1 May, 1862, d. 28 Nov. 186i ;
1 Cecilia Burleigh; 2 Alicia Frances, ra. 1st, 8 Dec.
1868, Alphonzo Taylor, of Port Elizabeth, S. Africa,
and of Boston, America, by whom she had issue, and
2ndly, Thomas Hutchison, by whom also she had
issue, and d. Dec. 1889; 3 Fanny Mildmay, m. 10
July, 1884, George Piers, R.M., 2nd son of Charles
Piers, Esq., R.M., Cape Colony, and has issue; 4
Ellen Travers, to. 3 Dec. 1879, Charles Edward
Shelly, Esq. of Fore Street, Hertford, M.A. andM.D..
Cambridge ; 5 Millicent Mary Fane, d. young.

George Douglas Dunlevie, Miijor-Gen., late Assistant
British Commissioner to the Basutos, served success
sively in the 39th, 87th, and 2nd Eegts., and as Start'
Officer of Pensioners at Northampton, Sheffield, Ply-
mouth, and Northern Division, London, b. 23 April,
]8'26; 7<i. 4Jan. 1853, his cousin, Louisa Elizabetls
Metge, and by her (who rf. 18 Jan. 1889) had, 1 Richard
Cecil Burleigh, b. 30 Nov. 1853, rf. 12 July, 1';'54; 2
George Cecil Burleigh, b. 18 Aug. 1863, Capt. Royal
Marine Light Infantry, Chatham; 1 Ehzabeth Lydia
Anna [Amatola], b. 8 Feb. 1856, d. 25 Jan. 1867; 2
Alicia Cecilia Burleigh, b. 2 July, 1858, d. 7 Oct.
1859 ; Louisa Alicia Burleigh, m. 23 Dec. 1885, Henry
Tiiomas Perkins, Esq., son of Thomas Perkins, Esq.
of Norbiton, Surrey, and has issue.

RoisEiiT Thomas, Lieut.-Col. late Army Pay Depart-
ment, b. in the Castle, Cape Town, 28 May, 18'28,.
Freeman of Dublin 1875; m. at Graham s Town,
South Africa, 24 Jan. 1856, Isabella, dau. of George
Stow, Esq. of Nuneaton, co. Warwick (see Fhilipson-
Stow), son of George Stow, Esq. of London, by Anne
his -wife, dau. and co-heir of Humphrey Winter,
Esq., and has issue,

Eobert Tennant Stow, formerly Lieut. 4th Batt. the-
King's Liverpool Regiment, of Carranballac, Streai -
ham, Victoria, Australia, and of Normantun, North
Queensland, now of Perth, Western Au.scralia, b. 20
Aug. 1858, m. 7 Oct. 1891, Vivyan Maud, 2ud dau.
of J. J. Whyte, of S. AustraUa.

Alicia Mary Stow.

Eichard Edward, formerly of the Colonial Civil Service
Cape Colony, b. 26 June, 1833; m. J 9 June, 18)6,
Ada McGowan, and d. 1 Dec. 1873, having had,
1 Richard Edward Maclear, 6. 27 July, 1857, d. 6 Dec.
1868; 2 Charles Henry, b. 23 Oct. i860; m. 31 Jan.
1893, Jessie Wilhelmina Maud, dau. of the late
Arthur Smyth, formerly Eesident Magistrate of Wyn-
berg, and Civil Commissioner of Hiimansdorp, Cape
Colony, and has issue, Cecil Burleigh, b. 16 Dec. 1893 ;
3 Arthur Kilwarden, Civil Service, Cap3 Colony, b.
24 June, 1866 ; m. 29 Sept. 1891, Ida Willis, dau. of A.
Willis Cole, Barrister-at-Law, Cape Colony, and



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li.TS issue, KicliarJ Stamiisli, b. 21 Oct. ISP'2; 1 Anna
Jlavia; 2 Kalhleen M.ivy, m. 19 July, ISSS, Jaiiu-s
I'oter Hopkins, C.S. Cape Colony, son of Lieut.
Eobert Hopkins, of Harwell, Berks («[>' Hopkins o/
Tidinarsh), and has issue ; 3 Edith Emily, m. 2G
Sept. isno, Henry, son of James Frederick Davis,
Esq., C.E., Cape Colony ; 4 Lillie Margaret May.
Henry, b. 26 July, 1834; d. 5 Oct. 1S39.
?Iujor Eichard Wolfe, i?i. 2ndly, Maria Anna, dau. of
benjamin Grayson, Esq. of Kosehill, Camp Ground
Eondebasch, and d. 13 May, ISSri, having had by her
(who (/. 23 AUR. ItiTti;, 1 Anna Blaria de Lorentz, in. 21
Sept. IsGo, William Mortimer Maynird Farmer, F:sq.,
merchant, of Maynards Ville, AVynberg, and 18 Bind
Gardens, South Kensington, and had issue; 2 Mary, d.
28 June, 1S45; 3 Fanny Kiehmond; 4 Georgiiia;
5 Maria Henrica Smith; 6 Jessy, d. 23 Jan. 1852.
V. 'William, 6. 13 March, 1714, Freeman of Dublin 1736 ; d.
iUiiJi. 1742.
Mr. 'Wclfe <?. 2 Dec. 1732, and was .?. by his eldest son,

John Wolfe, Esq. of Forenasrhts, b. 7 April, 1790, Freeman
of Dublin 1730, Capl. Kildare Mililia 1745, High Sheriff 1755
and 1756, r,i. 10 June, 1725, Mary, dau. of William Philpot,
Esq., and by her (who d. Feb. 1763) had three daus. (viz.,
I. Lydia, b. 21 May, 1728, in. Dr. William Patten, and d. s. p.
19 May, 1793; ii. Mary, 6. 7 Jan. and d. 6 F'eb. 1746; ui.
Jane, b. 7 Jan. 1746, m. Thomas Landy, d.) and nine sons.

I. Philpot, bis successor.

II. llieliard, of Athy, co. Kildare, b. 13 July, 1730, Capt. in
the Army, served in the 4Sth Kegt., antl 5th Dragoons,
Collector of Kilkenny ; m. 1st, about 1748, Barbara, dau. of
Col. Charles Bucknall, Dep.-Adj.-Gen. of the Forces in
Ireland, and had issue,

1 Williams, b. 1750, Capt. 40ni Eegt. d. v.nm. 20 Sept.
1777, killed in anight attack in the American War.

2 Charles Bucknall, Lieut. 3Sth Eegt., m. Mi^^s Griffith,
dau. of BIr. Griffith, Port Surveyor of New i'ork, and (/.
17 Oct. 1790, having had by her, Eichard Straubenzie
(Rev.), Eector of Kilbeggan, b. 7 Oct. 1779, and d. 23 July,
1S03, killed «ith his great-uncle, Arthur Lord KiUvarden,
by the rebels in Thomas Street, Dublin.

Capt. Eichard (whose will, dated 25 Feb. 1778, was proved
22 Nov. 1783) m. 2ndly, Jane Mathews, of Bonnetstown, co.
Kilkenny, by whom he had,

3 Philpot Eogerson, Lieut. 100th Ecgt., of Ecleamp Cot-
tage, Balbriggan, Secretary to Board of Works, and
Inspector-General of Barracks in Ireland, vi. Martha
Thompson, of Coleraine, and d. 21 Dec. 1821, having
had two sons, Eichard Arthur, Lieut. 47th Eegt., b. 23
March, 1790, d. 180^, on his passage from Bombay to
Madras; Arthur Philpot, b. 21 Jan. 1792, d. young: and
three daus., Anne Jane, bapt. 14 Jan ,1788, ??!. Thomas
S. Croker. son of Abraham Croker, Esq. of Ballynegarde,
CO. Limerick ; Charlotte, bapt. 15 May, 1794. d. unm. ;
and Elizabeth, bapt. 1 Feb. 1801, and d. aged 29.

III. John, of Bishopsland, 6. 20 March, 1732, Freeman of
Dublin 1753 ; will dated 21 May, 1784, and proved 27 Feb.
1786.

IV. Thomas, h. 25 June, 1733; d. 7 Oct. 1744.

V. Tlieobuld, of Castle Warden, co. Kildare. b. 21 Dec. 1734,
Freeman of Dublin 1756; m. 1162, Anne, dau. of Kev.
George Ward, and </. 25 June, 1771, leaving a dau. Eliz



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