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heiress of Cusworth
left, at her decease, 1784, an only surviving child,

William Wrightson, Esq. of Cusworth, High Sheriff 1819,
and sometime M.P. for Aylesbury, b. 1752; m. 1st, Barbara,
dau. of James Bland, Esq. of Hurworth, Durham, but by her
(who d. 1782) had no issue. He m. 2ndly, 1787, Henrietta,
dau. and co-heir of Richard Heber, Esq. of Marton (uncle of
Bishop Heber), by Elizabeth his wife, dau. and co-heir of
Samuel Barnardiston, Esq., and had issue,
William Battie, late of Cusworth.

Arthur Bland (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Hemsworth, Preben-
dary of York, and Rural Dean, d. 7 Dec. Ib78.
Richard Heber, late of Cusworth.
Henry, of Queen's Coll., Oxford, ((. unm.
Thomas Barnardiston, of Brasenose Coll., Oxford, d. unm.
Harriot, m. 1st, the Hon. F. Sylvester Douglas, only son ol
Lord Glenbervie ; and 2ndly, the Hon. Henry Hely Hutch-
inson, next brother of John, 3rd Earl of D.moughmore, and
has five daus., the 3rd of whom m. 3 Aug. 1848, Rev.
Charles Edward Thomas, and had issue, Willum Henbt,
the present owner of Cusworth.
Isabella, d. 1875.
Elizabeth, d. 4 Feb. 1880.

Mr. Wrightson d. 1827, and was j!. by his eldest son,

William Battie Wrightson, Esq. of Cusworth, co. York,
3I.P. for Hull, 1830 to 1832, and for Northallerton, 1835 to
1865, J.P. and D.L.; he was 6. 6. Oct. 1789; ?/!. 24 March,
1821, Georgian.n, eldest dau. of Inigo Thomas, Esq. of Ratten,
Sussex, by Charlotte his wife, dau. and co-heir of Henry
Peirse, Esq. of Bedale ; and d. s. p. 10 Feb. 1879, when he wa»
g. by his brother,

Richard Heber Wrightson, Esq. of Cusworth, J.P., of
Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, late Capt. 1st West Yorkshire
Yeomanry Cavalry, 6. 1800; m. 1st, 13 Aug. 1832, Hon. Eliza-
beth Augusta de Grey, dau. of Thomas, 4th Lord Walsingham ;
she rf. 22 Feb. 1875; 2ndly, 1877, Altinia, 3rd surviving dau.
of Inigo Thomas, Esq. of Ration, Sussex. Mr. R. Heber
Wrightson d. 11 Sept. 1891, when the estates in the cos. of
Y'ork, Durham, and Northumberland devolved on his grand-

Arma — (Wrightson), Or, a fess counter componee arg. and
az. between three griffins' hearts erased of the third. Crest—
An unicorn .salient arg. (Battie) Sa., a chevron arg. between
three goats passant of the last, each charged on centre of body
with two pallets gu., and attired or ; on a chief of the last, u.
demi-savage, holding in his right hand a club in bend over his
shoulder, between two cinquefoils of the third.

Sea^s— Cusworth Park, near Doncaster : Warmsworth Hall,
Doncaster; and Hurworth Manor, Darlington.


Weotjghton, Philip, Esq. of WooUoy Park,
Berks, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Berks 1876 to 1885,
and for Abingdon Division from 18S5, b. 6 April,
1846; m. 4 Feb. 1875, Evelyn Mary, 2nd dau. of Sir
John Neeld, Bart, of Grittleton, Wilts, and has

I. Philip Musgrave Neeld, 6. 30 Aug. 18S7.
n. Christopher Chardin, 6. 13 Nov. 1889.

I. Dorothy Florence Mary, 6. 11 Dec. 1875.

II. Muriel Evelyn Mary, b. 8 March, 1S77.

III. Florence Mary, b. 28 Nov. 1878.

IV. Winifred Mary, 6. 4 June, 1880.

V. Violet Blanche Mary, b. 16 Jan. 1882.

VI. Mary St. Quintin, b. 8 Oct. 1884.

Lineage. — The great-grandfather of the present repre-
sentative of this family, the Rev. William Wrocghton (son
of Thomas Wroughton, Esq. of London), in. Dorothea, dau. of
Sir Christopher Musgrave, Bart, of Eden Hall, Cumberland,
liy Julia, his wife, heiress of Sir John Chardin, Knt., of
Kempton Park, Middlesex, and by her had a son.

Rev. Philip Wrougiiton, ra. 1788, his cousin, Mary Anne,
dau. of Rev. Chardin Musgrave, D.D., by his wife Catherine,
sister of Bartholomew Tipping, Esq. (from whom the Woolley
property came to the Wroughtons), and by her (who d. Ib41>
had issue,

Bartholomew, his heir.

Philip, successor to his brother.

Rev. Philip Wroughton d. 6 June, 1812, and was .^. by his
eldest son,

Bartholomew Wroughton, Esq. of AVooIley Park, Berks,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1835, 6. 18 Jan. 1791 ; m. 20 Oct
1830, M.ary, sister of William St. Quintin, Esq. of Scampston





Hall, CO. York; butd. «. p. At his decease, in 1858, he was
t. by his brother,

Philip WRortiHTON', Esq. of Ibstone House, Bucks, 6. 24
Dec. ISOS; m. 1st, 9 June, 1831, Emma Sarah, dau. of David
Chambers, Esq. (whieh lady d. s.p. 22 Feb. 18o8) ; and 2naiy,
22 April, 1811, Blanche, 5th dau. of John Norris, Esq. of
Hughcnden House, Bucks, by whom he bad issue,

Thiup, now of WooUcy Park.

Edward Norris, 6. 19 July, 1847.

■William Musgiiive, b. 24 Sept. 1850.

Emma Louisa, m. 18C1, Henry Joseph Toulmin, Esq. of

Chiklwickbury, Herts.
Maiy Anne, m. 24 May, 1870, Col. John Bonham, R.A., 2nd

son of the late liev. John Bonham, of Balliutaggart, co.

Kikiare, and d. 14 July, 1891.
Blanche Caroline. Georgina Florence, d. 1859.

Jlr. Philip Wroughton, J. P. for Bucks and Berks, and High
Sheriff for the former 1857, s. to the Ibstone property on the
death of his mother, 1841, andtoWooUey Park at the death
of his brother. He d. 28 Dec. 18G2.

Arms—Arf^.. a chevron gu. between three boars' heads ppr.
Crest— An ibex's head arg. pellettte, collared, ringed, and
armed or.

SiaC — Woolley Park, 'Wantage.


"Wtatt, Hugh, Esq. of Cissbury, Sussex, LL.D.,
Barristcr-at-Law, Eecordcr of Seaford, J. P. and
D.L. for Sussex, High Sheriff 1884, formerly Tel-
low of Trin. Hall, Cambridge, b. 9 July, 1813; m. 16
May, 1855, Sarali Jane Emily, dau. of Admiral
Hargood, of Worthing.

Lineage.— The family of Wtatt was anciently seated at
South Haigh, in the W.!!. of Yorkshire, when they attained
considerable position as early as the reign of Edward III.
They seemed to have migrated into Essex, Kent, and Sussex
early in the 16th century. The Kentish line, much reduced
by the rebellion of Sir Thomas AVyatt the younger in 1564,
became extinct in 1763. The Sussex branch was established
at Flansham in 1623, and the name of Thomas Wiatt, of
Flanshani, appears on the roll of Sussex gentry of 1563. He
d. 1591, and his direct descendant, William Wyatt, of Flan-
shani, ))!. Sarah, dau. of Eobert Sparkes, of Felpham, and at
his death, 1757, his estates were sold. His son,

EicHAED Wyatt, Esq. of Court Wick, b. 1726, purchased,
1756, landed property in Goring, and shortly after other land
in West Sussex. He m. Mary, heiress of Edward Greenfield,
Esq., and dying 1801, was s. by his son,

EicHABD Wtatt, Esq. of Court Wick, J.P. and High
Sheriff for Sussex 1810, who dying s. p. 1822, was s. by his

HuGU Wtatt, Esq. of Cissbury and Court Wick, D.L. for
Sussex, b. 1783 ; m. 1818, Frances, dau. of John Ingram, Esq.
of Steyning, and had by this lady (who d. 8 Feb. 18G3) the
following issue,

I. HcGH, now of Cissbury.

II. John Ingram Penfold (Kev.), M.A., Perpetual Curate of
Hawley, Hants, b. 30 Dec. 1817 ; m. 9 July, 1856, Harriet,
younger dau. of John W. Tipping, Esq. and granddau. of
Thomas Tipping, Esq. of Audwick, CO. Lancaster, and has

1 Hugh Eichard, 6. 5 March, 1860.

2 John Arthur, 6. 9 July, 1862.

3 Henry AUington, 6. 5 Feb, 1864; d. 26 Feb. 1865.

4 Edward Gerald, b. 17 Feb. 18C9.

1 Mary Frances. 2 Alice Anne.

3 Edith Harriet. 4 Blanche Miriam.

I. Fanny, d. v.nni. ii. Ann Mliiam, d,. unm.

III. Eliza Sarah, d. v.nm.
Mr. Wyatt d. 12 April, 1864.

Anii-t—Gxi., on a fess or, between three boars' heads couped

arg. a lion passant guardant Ijctwecn two pheons ea. Crest —
A Oemi-lion rampant erased az. holding in his dexter paw an
arrow-head sa.

.S'eaJ — Cissbury, Worthing, Sussex.

Ciub — Oxford and Cambridge.


Wyatt-Edgell, Aethur, Esq., lato of Milton
Place, Surrey, now of Cowley Place, Devon, Hon.
Lieut.-Col. iJevon Artillery, late 10th Hussars, edu-
cated at Eton and Trin. Coll. Cambridge, J. P., b. 5
July, 1837; m. 30 July, 1608, Frances Albinia

Gresham, dau. of "William Leveson-Gower, Esq. of
Titsey Park, Surrey, and has issue,

I. Mebbik Eichabd Arthde, b. 23 July, 1872.

II. Cecil Stafford Charles, b. 20 Dec. 1881.
I. Lucy Priscilla, b. 7 May, 1871.

Lineage.— This family of Wtatt resided in the 17th
century at Ninehcad, Somerset, where Eichabd Wyatt was
Surveyor-General of the Customs in 1630.

Eichard Wtatt settled in Egham, Surrey. He m. 1723,
Frances, dau. of Peter Burrel, Esq. of Beckenham, Kent (see
Burke's Peerage and Baronetage), and by her had issue,

Eichard, his successor.

lsal)ella, of West Grinsted Park, Sussex.


Mr. Wyatt d. 1736, and was s. by his only son,

Eichard Wtatt, Esq. of Egham, J.P. for Surrey. He m.
17GG, Priscilla, dau. of John Edgell, Esq. of Milton Place,
Surrey, and by her had,

Edgell, his successor.
Eichard Peter (Eev.), b. 1770; d. 1814.
William, C.B., late Lieut.-Col. 23rd Eegt., m. Harriet, dau.
of Eev. Thomas Smith, of Bideford, Devon; and d. 1820.
Frances Priscilla.

Elizabeth, m. liev. Thomas Barne, of Sotterly Hall, Suffolk.
Isabella. Priscilla.

Mr, Wyatt d. 1813, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edgell Wtatt, Esq. of Milton Place, J.P. for Surrey, b.
June, 1767; m. Elizabeth, dau. of William Pocock, Esq. of
Chievelcy, Berks, and by her (who d. 1826) had issue^

I. Eichabd, late of Milton Place.

II. Edgell (Eev.), late Hector of North Craig, Kent, h. 1801 ;
■m. 1344, Henrietta, Baroness Braye, youngest dau. of
Henry Otway, Esq, of Castle Otway, by his wife, Sarah,
Baroness Braye, and by her has issue,

1 Edmund Vernet, Capt. 17th Lancers, 6. 1845 ; d,

2 Henry Adrian, late 13th Light Infantry, b. July, 1847 ;
d. 6 Nov, 1866.

3 Alfred Thomas Townshend, now Baron Beate, as suc-
cessor to his mother, who d. 14 Nov. 1879.

1 Fanny Catherine Sarah Verney-Cave, d. 1884.

I. Maria Frances, d. 11 Oct. 1879.

II. Louisa Elizabeth, of Blanche Farm, South Mimms,d. Nov.

Mr. Wyatt took by royal sign manual, 22 Oct. 1813, the sur-
name of Edgell, in addition to and after that of Wyatt. He
d. 1853, and was s. by his eldest son,

Eichard Wyatt-Edgell, Esq. of Milton Place, J.P. and
D.L., educated at Eton and Ch. Ch. Oxford, late of the 11th
Light Dragoons, 6. 10 May, 1797; m. 1833, Jane, dau. of
George Marten, Esq. of Marshal's Wick, Herts, and had issue
liy her (who d. IS46),

I. Arthur, now of Cowley House.

I. Emily Louisa, d. 1851,

II. Jane, m. Major William DuttonNaper, late 11th Foot, and
has Lennox Arthur, and five sons,

Mr. Wwatt-Edgell d. 1875, and was s. by his eldest son,
Arthur Wyatt-Edgell, Esq. now of Cowley Place, which
he purchased in 1875.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, arg., on a chevron sa. be-
tween three cinquefoils gu. as many liczants, for Edgell ; 2nd
and 3rd, sa., a fess danccttee arg. between three eagles dis-
l^layed or, a chief of the last, for Wyatt. Cres'.s — 1st, Edgell,
A demi-lion rampant holding in the dexter paw a cinquefoilgu.
sliiipcd and leaved vert; 2nd, Wyatt: A demi-lion per pale
crenellue or and sa. holding in the dexter paw an arrow gu.
headed and feathered arg. Motto — Honesta bona.

&eat — Cowley Place, Exeter. Club — Brook's.


Wykeham-Musgeave, "VVenman Aubeey, Esq.
of Thame Park and Swalcliffe Park, co. Oxford and
Earnsley Park, co. Gloucester, J.P. and D.L. co.
Oxford, High Sheriff 1884, and J.P. co. Gloucester,
late Capt. Oxfordshire Militia, b. 24 July, 1837 ;
in. 18 May, 1870, Jane, dau. of Admiral the Hon.
George Grey, R.N., 4th son of Charles, 2ad Earl
Grey, K.G., and has had issue,

I. Herbert Wenman, b. 26 March, 1871.

II. Charies Grey, b. 6 Aug. 1S81 ; d. 15 May, 1887.

III. Humphry Philip, b. 19 Sept. Is83.

IV. Aubrey George, b. 27 April, 1888.

I. Maude Louisa Georgina, b. 12 March, 1873.

II. Helen Mary, b. 25 March, 1875.





," in. Sybil Jane, 6. 14 April, 1877.
. jv. Violet Ethel, 6. 13 June, 188G.

■ liineage. — The family of Wtkeham ranks amongst the
very oldest in co. Oxford, and has been settled at Swalcliffe
from a very remote period; we find mention made of a Sib
Kalph Wykeham, in the time of King John, and of a Sie
EoDERT Wykeham, contemporary with Henry III. The cele-
brated Bishop of Winchester, William op Wykeham, the
Founder of Winchester College, and of New College, Oxford,
as claimed as a collateral ancestor of the family (see Mr.
Wykeham-Martin's learned essay on the descent of William
OF Wykeham).

EicHAKD Wykeham, Esq. of Swalcliffe Tark (son and heir
of Humphrey Wykeham, Esq. of Swalcliffe, by Susanna his
wife, dau. of Richard Orlebar, Esq. of Hinwick), the repre-
sentative of this ancient and distinguished House in the early
part of the ISth centuiy, ni. Vere Alicia (who d. 1768), dau.
of Eev. Kichard Fiennes, and sister and co-heiress of Eichard,
6th and last Viscount Saye and Sole, by whom (who was in a
direct descent from Margaret Wykeham, of Broughton Castle,
Oxen, the representative of Agnes, sister of Willlam of
"Wykeham) he had surviving issue,

William Hdmphbey, his heir.
Eichard (Rev.) (see Wikeham-Martin).
George, Lieut. E.N., m. Mary, dau. of — Waddington, Esq.
Vere, m. Eev. Eichard Nicoll, D.D., of Boddicot House,
Chaplain to King George III., and had issue.
Susanna, m. Benjamin Holloway, Esq. cf Lee Place.

Mr. Wykeham d. 1751, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Humphrey Wykeham, Esq. of Swalcliffe, b. 1734;
in. 30 Dec. 176S, the Hon Sophia Wenman, eldest dau. of
Philip, Viscount Wenman, by Sophia, his wife, dau. and co-
heiress of Philip Herbert, Esq. of Tythrop, and by her (who
<d. 1792) he left issue,

I. William Eichard, of Swalcliflfe Park, 6. 2i Oct. 1769; m.
1st, Elizabeth, dau. of W. Marsh, Esq., and had a son and
a dau.,

1 William, b. 1791 ; d. 1798.

1 Sophia, of Thame Park and Swalcliffe, co. Oxford, created

3 June, 1834, Baroness Wenman. Her ladyship d. unm.

9 Aug. 1870, having devised the Thame Park estates to

her cousin, P.T.H. Wykeham, Esq. of Tythrop, andSwal-

cliffe Park, to his younger brother.

Mr. Wykeham m. 2ndly, Miss Hughes, but had no other
issue. He d. 1806. His widow m. 2ndly, Joseph Pain,

II. Philip Thomas, of whom presently.

I. Sophia Anne, d. unm.

II. Harriet Mary, ?»». 1st, Eev. Willoughby Bertie, and 2ndly,
Sir Edward Johnston, K.C.S.

Mr. Wykeham d. 1792. The 2nd son,

Philip Thomas Wykeham, Esq. of Tythrop, m. 1st Sept.
1806, Hester Louisa, dau. of Fiennes Trotman, Esq. of Syston
Court, CO. Gloucester, and by her (who d. 26 Oct. 1823J had
two sons,

I. Philip Thomas Herbert, his heir.

II. Aubrey Wenman, of whom hereafter.

He m. 2ndly, 24 Jan. 1825, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Fiennes
"Wykeham-Martin, Esq. of Leeds Castle, Kent, but by her had
no issue. He d. 5 Sept. 1832. His widow m. 1836, Edward
Simeon, Esq. of Carshalton House, Surrey, and d. 12 April
1879. The eldest son,

Philip Thomas Herbert Wykeham, Esq. of Thame Park,
and Tythrop House, co. Oxford, J. P. for Bucks and Oxen,
High Sheriff co. Oxford, 1837, and Capt. Commanding 8th
Oxfordshire Volunteer Eifle Corps, served for some years
in the 7th Hussars, and afterwards, for just a quarter of a
-century, as a Capt. in the Oxfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry, b.
9 Sept. 1807. He d. 21 May, 1879, leaving Thame Park, &c.
to his elder nephew, Wenman Aubrey, now of that place,
and his Tythrop, Emmington, and Kingsey estates to his
younger nephew, Philip James Digby, now of Tythrop.
His brother,

Aubrey Wenman Wykeham, Esq. of Swalcliffe Park, co.
Oxford, m. 22 June, 1836, Georgiana, dau. of Sir James Mus-
gravo, Bart., of Barnsley Park (on the death of her brother,
Sir Augustus Musgrave, in 1875, when the Baronetage became
extinct, she s. to the family estates of Barnsley Park, and
assumed by royal licence the additional surname of Musgrave
with her husband and heirs in 1876), and had by her (who d.
18 April, 1879),

I. Wenman Aubrey, now of Thame Park and Barnsley Park,
successor to his uncle.

II. Philip James Digby, of Tythrop House, Oxon, B.A.,
J.P., late Capt. Gloucester Militia, b. 12 Oct. 1839 ; m. 12

■ Sept. 1871, Georgiana Caroline, 2nd dau. of Joseph Joha
Henley, Esq. of Waterperry, Oxon, and has issue, 1 Aubrey
Augustus Henley, b. 22 June, 1873; 2 Philip Herbert, b. U
July, 1880; 1 Evelyn Georgiana, b. 5 July, 1872; 2 Con-
stance Agnes, b. 22 April, 1875; 3 Adela Emily, 6. 29 June,
1877 ; 4 Elsie Caroline, b. Oct. 1883; 5 Hester Mary, b. 1
Oct. 1890. I-

Mr. Wykeham d. 21 Oct. 1879, and was «. by his eldest son.

Arms — Arg., two chevronels sa. between three roses gu.
seeded or, barbed vert. C>-est — A bull's head sa. horned or,
charged on the neck with two chevronels arg. 3IoUo —
Manners maketh man.

Seats — Thame Park and Scotsgrove, Oxon; Barnsley Park,
Cirencester, and Swalcliffe Park, Banbury.


Wtkeham-Maetin, Coenwahis Philip, Esq.
of Leeds Castle, Kent, Chacombe Priory, North,
ampton, and Packwood Hall, co. Warwick, J.P.
CO. Kent, b. 19 March, 1855, educated at Eton and
Merton Coll. Oxford, late Capt. 1st Kent, R.V. ; m.
29 June, 1876, Anna Bertha, eldest dau. of Major
William Pitt Draffen.

liineagre. — This is a branch of the ancient family of
Wykeham of Swalcliffe, whose late representative was the
Baroness Wenman.

Eev. Eichard Wykeham, Vicar of Sulgrave and of Cha-
combe, CO. Northampton, and Eector of Newton Purcell, co.
Oxford (3rd son of Eichard Wykeham, Esq. of Swalcliffe, by
Vere Alicia his wife, sister and co-heir of Eichard Fiennes,
last Viscount Saye and Sele), was brother of William Hum-
phrey Wykeham, Esq. of Swalcliffe, grandfather of the
Baroness Wenman. He m. Mary, only surviving dau. of
Charles Fox, Esq. of Chacombe Priory, son of Charles Fox,
Esq. by Mary his wife, dau. of John Martin, Esq. of Eye, and
aunt of Denny Martin, Esq., father, by the Hon. Frances
Fail-fax, of Eev. Denny Martin, D.D., who assumed the sur-
name and arms of Fairfax, upon inheriting the estates of
Leeds Castle, Kent, and in the Isle of Wight, from his
maternal uncle, Eobert, 7th Lord Fairfax. By Mary Fox, his
wife, Mr. Wykeham had issue,

Fiennes, of whom presently.

Eichard, d. unm.

Frances Vere, m. Eev. William Hughes, Eector of Braden-
ham, CO. Bucks.

Mary Lucy, m. Eev. Egerton Stafford, Vicar of Chacombe,
and Eector of Thenford, co. Northampton.

Mr. Wykeham d. 1805, and was s. by his son,

Fiennes Wykeham, Esq. b. 12 Jan. 1799, who assumed the
surname of Martin, 1821, at the decease of his kinsman, Gen.
Martin, of Leeds Castle, Kent, and served as High Sheriff of
that CO. 1824. He vi. Eliza, dau. of Eichard Bignell, Esq. of
Doddington, co. Oxford, and had issue,

I. Charles, his heir.

II. Eichard Fiennes (Eev.), m. 1st, 24 April, 1832, Anne
Catherine, dau. of Eobert Mascall, Esq. of Peasmarsh Place,
in Sussex, which lady d. s.p. 28 Jan. 1833. He m. 2ndly, 3
April, 1834, Mary (who d. 2 l'"eb. 1872), 2nd dau. of Neil
Malcolm, Esq. of Poltallocli, co. Argyll, and d. 31 March,
1861, leaving issue,

1 Malcolm Fiennes, b. 25 Sept. 1844.

1 Mary Isabella, to. 9 Oct. 1862, Henry Murray Lane, Esq.
Chester Herald (see Lane, of King's Bromley) ; and d. 2J
March, 1881.

2 Eliza Vere.

3 Alicia, m. 23 May, 1872, Major William Hamilton Brad-
ford, of 108th Eegt. Light Infantry.

4 Isabella Charlotte.

III. Fiennes, d. unm. June, 1828.

IV. Burton Morice, d. young.

V. Francis William (Rev.), Vicar of Chacombe.

VI. Nigellus D'Oyley, cZ. young.

VII. William Fiennes, lost in the " President " steam-ship in

I. Eliza, m. 1st, Philip Thomas Wykeham, Esq. of Tythrop
HoiLse, CO. Oxford, by whom (who d. 1832), she hart no
issue. She m. 2ndly, 22 Sept. 1836, Edward Simeon, Esq.
of Carshalton House, co. Surrey, 2nd son of Sir John
Simeon, Bart., M.P.

II. Mary.

III. Jean, m. 1828, William, eldest son of Joseph Blake, Esq.
and has issue.

IV. Frances Vere, m. Eev. George Birch Eeynardson, M.A.,
Eector of Eastling, 2nd son of Gen. Eeynardson, of Holy-
well, CO. Lincoln, and d. 30 Oct. 1876.

V. I'rances Elizabeth Caroline.

VI. Anna PhLippa, d. young.





5I-. 'Wykeham-Martia (?. U Sept. 1S40, and was .'. by his
eldest son,

Charixs Wtkeham-Martiv, Esq. of Leeds Castle, Kent, and
of Chacomlie rrioiy, co. Nortlianirton, J. P. and D.L., M.P.
for West Kent, m 11 Sept. ISOl ; m. 1st, 12 April, 1828, Lady
.Temima L^abella, only dau. of James, 5th Earl Cornwallis,
Vy Maria L-;abella his wife, dau. of I'rancis Dickins, Esq., by
whom (who d. 17 Dec. 1S3G) he had issue,

I. Philip, late of Leeds Castle.

II. I-iennes, MajiT 4th Hussars, 6. 1 Nov. 1S31. He assumed
the name of Coknwallis only, and jn. 29 July, ISCo, Harriot
Elizabeth 2nd dau. of John Thomas Motr, t'sq. of Barnins-
ham Hall, Norfolk, and d 24 April, lf67, leaving (with
another son and two dans.), Fiennes Stanley Wvkeham
Cornwallis, of Linton Place, Kent, b. Ise.i. Jlrs. Fiennes
Cornwallis m. 2ndly, Rev. Arthur Edward Kobinson,liector
of Wootton.

III. Cornwallis (Hill House, Purton, co. 'Wilts), J. P., late
Lieut E.N., b. 18 Jan. 1833 ; m. 24 Jan. ISBl, Anne Cathe-
rine, dau. of Jolin E. W. liolls, Esq. of the Hendie, co.
Monmouth, and has issue,

Charles Allan, b.2 Jan. 1864; m. 17 Dec. 1891, Constance
Janet, 3rd dau. of the late Capt. J. Wetherall, 7lh
Dragoon Guards, of Geddin;;ton Priory, Kettering, C'>.
Kortlianipton, and has issue, Charles Cornwallis, b. 10
Feb. 1893.

Robert Fiennes, 6. 3 June, 1873.

Eleanor, );i. 16 April, 1884, Percy Leigh Pemberton, Esq.
Theodora. Alice.

Anne. Katherine.

Sybil Elizabeth.
1. Maria,
lie m. 2ndly, IS June, 1838, Matilda, 2nd. dau. of Sir John
Trollope, Bart., and has by her a son,

IV. Fairfax, b. 12 July, 1842; d. 17 Nov. 18.")8.
He J. 30 Oct. 1870, and was s. by his eldest son,

Philip Wykeham-Mabti.s, Esq. of Leeds Castle, Kent,
Chacombe Priory, Northampton, and Packwood Hall, co.
Warwick, 6. 18 Jan. 1829, educated at Eton and Balliol Coll.
Oxford, B.A. 1850; m. 27 Nov. 1850, Elizabeth, dau. of John
Ward, Esq. and had issue,

Cornwallis Philip, now of Leeds Castle.
Mr. Wjkeham-Martin was M.P. for the city of Rochester, for
which he was elected in 1&5G, and J.P. and D.L. for the cos.
of Kent and Warwick; he d. suddenly, 31 May, 1878, in the
Library of the House of Commons.

,4nii3— 1st and 4th, gu., a lion rampant within an orle of
crosses-crosslet and mullets alternately or, for Maktin ; 2nd
and old, arg., two chevronels sa. between three roses gu., for
Wykeham. Crests — A martin entwined by a serpent ppr. in
the beak a cross-crosslet titchee or, fcrMABTiK. A bull's head
erased sa. armed or, charged wiih two chevronels arg., for
Wykeha.m. Mntto — Manners Makyth JIan.

Se<ns — Chacombe Priory, Banbury : Leeds Castle, Maidstone :
anil Packwood Hall, Knowie, co. Warwick. Kcsidence — Stede
Hill, Harrictshim, Maidstone.

Club — United University.


TVYNDnAM, William, Esq. of Dinton House, co.
Wilts. J.P. and D.L. for Wilts, b. 12 Jan. 183J. ;
in. 7 Nov. 1867, Frances Ann, 2nJ dau. of Kev.
Charles James Stafford, Vicar of Dinton, and Las

I. William, 6. 9 Oct. ISCS.

II. Alward, b. 17 Sept. 1877.

III. John, 6. 1 Sept. 1879.

IV. Hugh, 6. 5 April, 18S2.

I. Marion. ii. Frances.

III. Ann. IV. Ellen.

V. Hilda, twin with Hugh.

Tjineag'e. — This family claims descent from Ailwardus,
an eminent Saxon of Norfolk, who being possessed of an estate
there, in Wymondham (subsequently called Wyndham), is
stated to have assumed, soon after the Norman Conquest, the
furname of Wyndham.

William, son of Kalpu de Wimondham, was possessed, 10th
Edward II., of the manors of Crownthorpe and Wicklewode,
Norfolk, and in which he was s. by his son,

Sir John de Wimondham, ,ri, Catherine, dau. of Sir John de
Eedisham, Knt., and was fatlier of

Thomas de Wimondham, m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Robert
Walcot, Knt., and had a son, John, whose son, another

John Wimondham, m. Margaret, dau. of Sir John Segrave,
Knt., and was father of

John Wyndham, Esq. of Crownthrope, and of Felbrigg-, j
which latter he purchased of the trustees of Sir John Felhrigg| |
K.G. This John Wyndham, in the 38th Henri 'VI., was '
one of the knights for Norfolk in the Parliament held at i
Coventry, wherein the Earl of Warwick, and other accomplices '
of the Duke of York, were attainted of high treason. He m. '
Margery, dau. of Sir Eodcrt Clifton, of Bokenham Castle, '
Norfolk, and relict of Sir John Hastings, and was s. by his '

Sir John Wyndham, who was in the battle of Stoke, anno
1487, against the Earl of Lincoln Lambert Simnel, and their
adherents, and was knighted immediately after the victory i
but being afterwards engaged in the interests of t

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