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the city of York, m. and had issue.

Sir William d. 1684, and was «. by his son.

Sir Marmaduke Wtvill, 5th bart. oi Constable Burton,
M.P. for Richmond 7 William II. and 1 Anne, subsequently
a Commissioner of Excise. He ?». Henrietta Maria, Maid of
Honour to Queens Catherine and Mart, dau. of Sir Thomas
Yarburgh, Knt. of Balne Hall and Snaith, by Henrietta Maria
his wife, dau. and co-heir of Col. Thomas Blague, of Mollinger,
Suffolk, Governor of Wallingford, and had issue,

Marmaduke, his heir.

Thomas, Accountant-Genera! of the Excise, d. unm. 1731.
Christopher, a Commissioner of Excise for North Britain,
and Comptroller of the Excise Cash in England. He 7ft. 1st.
1723, Elizabeth, dau. of Capt. Stephen Martin Leake, of
Beddington, Surrey, and by her (who d. 19 May, 1731) had
a dau.,

Elizabeth, m. her cousin, Rev. Christopher AVyvill, but
d. s. p. 23 July, 1783.
Christopher Wyvill m. 2ndly 1783, Henrietta, 2nd dan. and
co-heir of Francis Asty, Esq. oflJlack Notley, Essex, and
by her (who d. 1742) had issue,
Marmaduke Astt, s. as 6th Bart.
He m. 3rdly, Anne Thayer, and d. April, 1752.
Anne, m. John Wyvill, Esq. of Walton-on-Thames, Surrey,

andd. s. p.
Margaret, m. John Purcell, Esq., and d. s. p. 1755.
Ursula, 771. Mr. Jones, of Eurnivars Court, London.
Mary, m. Rev. Thomas Gee.
Sir Marmaduke d. Oct. 1722, and was s. by his son,

Sir Marmaduke Wtvill, Gth bart. of Constable Burton, b.
1692, m. Carry, dau. of Edward Coke, Esq. of Holkhain, Nor-
folk, but dying s. ;). 1753-4, was s. by his nephew.

Sir Marmaduke Astt Wtvill, 7th bart. of Constable Burton,
d. unm. at Bath, 23 Feb. 1744, and was s. in his estates by his
brother-in-law and cousin,

Rev. Christopher Wtvill, Rector of Black Notley, Essex
(son of Edward and Christian Catherine his wife), who 7)i. 1st,
Oct. 1773, Elizabeth, sister of Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, Bart.,
but by her (who d. 23 July, 1783) had no surviving issue.
He 771. 2ndly, 9 Aug. 1787, Sarah, dau. of J. Codling, and by
her had,
Marmaduke, late of Constable Burton.
Christopher, Capt. R.N.

Edward, Rector of Fingall and Spennithorne, tti. Frances
PuUeine, widow of Frederick Dodsworth, D.D., and by her
(who d. 1831) had issue.
Sarah, m. Hon. and Rev. Thomas Jlonson, Kector of Bedale,
d. 1843.

Elizabeth Anne, m. Eer. John J. T. Monson.

Mr. Wyvill d. March, 1822, and was s. by his eldest son,

Marmaduke Wyvill, Esq. of Constable Burton, J. P. and
D.L., twice M.P. for York, b. 14 Feb. 1791 ; m. 13 Dec. 1813,
Rachel, 2nd dau. of Richard Slater Milnes, Esq. of Fryston,
M.P. for York, and d. 1372. leaving by her^who d. 10 Sept.

I. Marmaduke, now of Constable Burton.

II. Christopher Edward (Rev.), M. A., Rector of Spennithorne,
Bedale, b. 21 April, 1820.

III. Richard Rodes, Capt. 83rd Rcgi., b. 23 June. 1821 ; d.
unm. Aug. 1879.

I. Sarah Maria, d. 1857.

II. Henrietta Catherine, m. 21 Sept. 1840, Robert Gurney
Barclay, Esq.

III. Elizabeth Jane, m. 1846, lion, and Rev. Thomas Orde
Powlett, Rector of Wensley, and has issue.

IV. Louisa Kachel, d. 1832.

Anns — Gu., three chevronels, interlaced vair and a chief or.
Crest — A wyvern arg. Motto — Par la volontii de Dieu.

Scats— Constable Burton, near Bedale, and Benton, Ben
Rhydding, Leeds. CiuA— Travellers.


XiMENES, Henry Cockbuen Milne, Esq. late of
Bear Place, co. Eerks, formerly 16tli Kegt., b. 19
March, 1819 ; m. 2 July, 1841, Annie, 2nd dau. of
William Winstanly, Esq., of Wigan, co. Lancaster,,
and lias issue,

I. Ida Eliza Anne, m. 13 June, 1S6G, John Mabson, Esq.
only son of William Mabson, Esq. of Hyiiing, co.

II. Alice Georgina,7ft. 30 April, 1873, John Powell Williams,,
Esq., son of Rev. T. P. Williams, of Dau-y-Craig, co.

III. Thckla.

IV. Solita Henrietta, m. 17 Oct. 1882, Chailes Edward
de la Poer Beresford, Major 62nd (Wiltshire) Regt.,
and D.A.A.G. Plymouth.

Arm!i — (Granted 1807 to Sir Morris Ximenes and the other
descendants of his father David Ximenes, of Bear Place), or,
two bars gu., over all a pale, counterohanged within a border
az. fl-t'«f— Out of a mural crown or, an arm embowcd in
armour ppr., garnished gold, the hand also ppr., supporting a
trumpet erect and issuant, also gold.

Residence — Wolverton House, Southsea.

Club—llojai Albert Yacht.


Yale, William Corbet, Esq. of Plas-yn-Yale, co.
Denbigh, J. P. cos. Denbigh and Merioneth, and D.L.
CO. Denbigh, Barrister-at-Law, B.A. Oxford, b. 23
April, 1825 ; m. 25 March, 1856, Isabella, youngest
dau. of Bev. James Clow, Chaplain H.E.I.C.S. Bom- .
bay, and has issue,

I. John Edward Ivor, 6. 20 Aug. 1857.

II. James Corbet, 6. 1 March, 18.j0.

III. Thomas Parry Osborne, 6 24 March, 1SG3.

IV. William Edwin Maurice b. 19 July, 1S09 ; d. 186&:
v. George Frederick Cunningham, b. 14 July, 1872.

I. Margaret Rachel.

Mr. Tale, eldest son of Eev. John Parry Jones-
Parry, 3rd son of Thomas Parry Jones-Parry, Esq.-
of Madryn and Llwyn Onn (who was first-cousin
of Miss Sarah Yale, of Plas-yn-Yale, representative
of the ancient House of Yale), s. under the limita-
tions in the will of Miss Yale, upon the death of
his uncle, Lieut. -Col. Yale, and substituted by royal
licence 1867, by that lady's direction, the name and
arms of Yale for those of Jones-Paeey («ee Jones*
Paeey) .

Lineage. — The Tales of Plas-yn-Yale are Cadets of
the co, Merioneth House of Corsygedol, derived, with tlio
Wynns of Glynn, and Wvn'nes oj Peniartk, from Osborx
Fitzgerald, or Osbwrn Wyddel, who emigrated to tlio
Northern Principality about the middle of the 13th cen-
tury. From Osborii(re/isr to AVynne of Peiiiarth), dervicCi.
5th in descent,

Griffith ap Einion, of Corsygedol, who held the office
of Woodward of the Comote of Ardydwy, Merioneth, at
Michaelmas, 1400, also 2 and 3 Henry V. Ho r,i. Lowrii-,





il;iu. and heir of Tuiioi- ap Griffith Yj-chan, Lord of Gwyd-
delwern. Edeirnion, aud iiieee (and in her issue sole heir)
of liis brother. Owan ap Griffitli Vychau, Lord of Glyn-
dv^rdwy the memorable Owes Gla"nd\vr, repi'csentativo
of the dynasties of North Wales, South Wales, and Towys.
Tudor ap Griffith Vychaii was upwards of '29 years old
:> Sept. 10 Richard II., loS6, when, under the designation
of '• Tudor de Glendore." he appeared as a witness in the
celebrated Scrope and GrosTcnor controversy. By this
alliance Griffith ap Einion had issue,

Griffith Vauffhan. Esq. of Corsygedol. a firm adherent of
the L.sncastrian cause, and one of the defenders of Har-
lech Castle, under hi-! valiant cousin, Havid ap levan ap
Klinion, 1461. Griffith was ancestor of the Vaughans of

Ellis AP Griffith, of whose line we treat.
Tudor ap Griffith, whose heirs general were the Lloyds of
pMli'lri.^, Bans., represented by Edward, 2nd Lord


C'ariierine, ))!. Howel ap Griffith, of Crogen-yn-Edcirnon.
Lfa, id. Madoc ap Griffith.
The -nd son,

Ellis ap Griffith, of Gwyddelwern, and jure uxoris, of
Plas-yn-Tale, Farmer (lessee) of the office of raglot of the
•comote of Penllyn, 12 Edward IV., 14So, m. Margaret,
<lau .and heir of Jenkyn ap levan, of Plas-yn-Tale, aliter
llodanwydog, Bryn Eglwys, co. Denbigh, Ijrother of Tudor
ap, derived through levan ap Ynyr o'Yal Lord of
Golli^'>-nan, from Sandde Hardd, Lord of Burton. By the
heire.^s of Plas-yn-Tale, Ellis ap Griffith, who is stated to
have (/. 1489, had issue,

DvviD LioTD AP Ellis, of whom presently.

John Wvnn ap Ellis, of Bryntangor, Bryn Eglwys, ancestor

of the Wynnes of Bryiitainjor.
Richard ap Ellis.
Jenkin ap Ellis.
Tudor ap Eilis, of Llysfassi.
levan Llovd ap Ellis, of Ithasat, Edeirnion.
iliiffith Lloyd ap Ellis, ancestor of the Llotds of Carrog,

Edeimion, and the earlier family of Llotd of Rhar/att.
Jlarffaret. m. thrice: 1st. levan ap HoweU, Lord of Riig,
Edfirni in : 2ndly, Howell Yychan ap Ilowel, of the race of
liiril fflaidd, Lord of Penllyn; and 3rdly, John Trevor, of
J^ngharad, m. Maurice ap John, of Clennenen, Ehiwaedog,
and Park.

Genwhyfar, m. John Eyton, son of John Eyton, of Bhuabon.
Lowry, r,i. Pieinalt, of Branas.

The eldest son of Ellis ap Griffith,

David Llovd ap Ellis, of Plas-yn-Tale, m. Gwenwhyfar,
dau. of Richard Lloyd, of LUvynymaen, derived from Hedd
Molwynog, Lord of Uwch Aled, and had issue,*

John Yale, of whom presently.
■ (iiiffith Llovd, a Doctor.
'J'homas Yale, LL.D., Prebendary of St. Asaph. 7 July, 1564,
Dean of the Arches, and Chancellor of Bangor. Dr. Yale,
who was Chancellor of Matthew Parker, Archbishop of
Canterbury, d. 1577.
Hush Yale.

P.oger Lloyd ap Ellis, of Erynglas Lloyd, CO. Denbigh, called
" Mr. Ellis." who was Secretary to Cardinal Wolsey, m.
Kathcrine, dau. of WiUiam ap Griffith Vychan, Lord of
Kymmer-yn-Edcirnion, and a baron of Edeirnion, qui vixit
June, 15 Hesby Vlil., 1525, and was father of
John Wynne ap Roger Llotd, of Caedwrig, ancestor of
the Lloyds of Flas Einion, Brijn Eghcya, <fcc.
Jane, -/;;. 1st, Edward Trevor, Esq., Brynkynnalt, co. Den-
bigh, and 2ndly. John Hanmer.
Ellen, rn. Robert Lloyd, of Halghton.
The eldest son of David Lloyd ap Ellis.

John- Yale, aliter John" ap David Lloyd, of Plas-yn-
Yale, m. Elizabeth, (by Jane, dau. of Sir William
Griffith, Knt. of Penrhyn, co. Carnarvon) of Thomas
Mostyn. Esq. of Mostyn, co. Flint. By her (who m. sub.
Kjquently, Sir levan Lloyd, Knt. of Bodidris) he had, with
an only dau. Jane, m. Joseph ILaynes, an only son and

Thomas Yale, Esq. of Plas-yn-Yale, m. 1st, Alice, elder
dau. and co-heiress of Roger Roydon, by whom he had two
dans., Elizabeth, m. Edward Wright, Esq. of liicklcy and
Stretton, co. Chester ; and Dorothy, m. Roger Williams, of
Ciswctry. Thomas Yale m. 2ndly, Margaret, dau. of Hugh
Pules ton, of Llwyn-y-Knotie, co. Denbigh, son of Sir John

* Of the House and bearing the arms of Yale of Plas-yn-Yale,
w:>re the Yale? of Plas or' Gronwy, near Wrexham, co. Den-
bigh, to whi -h belonged ELinn Yale, Governor of Madras,
f'under of Yale College. United States (whose tomb is in
Wrexham Churehyard). He was son of Thomas Yale, Esq.,
one of the fii st settlers of Xewhaven, Connecticut, America.

Puleston, Knt. of Havod-y-wern, and by Lor bad issue,
Thomas ; John ; and Tysilio, of London, d. s. p. The
eldest son,

Thomas Yale, Esq. of Plas-yn-Tale, living 3 Jan. 1649,
m. Dorothy, dau. of George Bostock, Esq. of Holt, co.
Denbigh, and had, with three younger sons, George, Lan-
celot, and Hugh, and a dau., Dorothy, an eldest son and

Thomas Tale, Esq. of Plas-yn-Tale, Capt. in the service
of Charles I., m. 2 Oct. 1649, Dorothy, dau. of Humphrey
Hughes, Esq. of Gwerclas, High Sheriff for co. Merioneth
1670, and by her (who was b. 20 April, 1632, and was living
8 July, 1679) had issue,
HcMrHRET, of whom presently.
George, ;>. 6 July, 1069 ; d. s. p.
Elisha, b. 25 Nov. 1665 ; d. s. p.

Dorotliy, b. 23 Jan. 1650, buried 13 Jan. 1692 ; to. her cousin,
Hugh Hughes, Esq. of Gwerclas, High Sheriff of co. Merio-
neth 1720, and by him, who was buried 2 April, 1725, was
mother of a dau. and co-heir.

Dorothy, heiress of Gwerclas, m.. Edward Lloyd, Esq. of

Plymog', CO. Denbigh, and was mother of a son and heir,

Hugh Hughes Lloyd, of Gwerclas, father, by Margaret,

dau. and heir of Richard Walmesley, Esq. of Coldcoate,

CO. Lancaster, and Bashall, co. Tork, of a son and lieir,

Richard Hughes Lloyd. Esq. who became eventually

heir general to the Yales of Plas-yn-i'ale.

Mr. Y'alciL e()Yrel6S2, was i. by his eldest surviving son,

Humphrey Tale, Esq. of Plas-yn-Tale, b 25 Jan. 1656, m.
Susan, dau. of Thomas Lloyd, Esq. of Dongay, co. Mont-
gomery, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Tale, Esq. of Plas-yn-Tale, d. s. p. April, 1627,
aged 15, and was .«. by his brother,

David Yale, Esq. of Pla-s-yn-Yale, b. IS July, 1676, m.
Margaret, dau. and heir of Edward Maurice, of Cae Nor,
CO. Denbigh, Gent., and by her (who d. 23 Dec. 1754,
aged 66) had issue two children,

Thomas, bapt. 8 Aug. 1700 ; d. s. %i., and buried 19 Jan.


Mr. Yale d. 20 Jan. 1763, aged 81, and was s. by his only
surviving son and heir,

Rev. John Yale, of Plas-yn-Yale, 6. 15 April, 1716 ; d. 16
Sept. 1789. He m. Frances, dau. of John Jones, Esq. Of
Llwyn Onn, co. Denbigh, and by ber had two sons and one
dau., Edward, d. s.p. 30 Aug. 1787, aged 39 ; John ; and
Sarah, sister and heir of her brother. Mr. Yale was
his only surviving son and heir.

Rev. John Yale, B.D., M.A., of Plas-yn-Yale, Rector f
Lawford, Kent, Fellow of St. John's Coll. Cambridge, d-
unm. 26 April, 1800, and was s. by his sister and heir,

Sarah Yale, of Plas-yn-Yale, d. unm. 13 June, 1321, aged
67, and by her will, dated 7 Nov. 1818, Plas-yn-Yale was
enfciilcd (with subsequent limitations in f;xvour of Rev. John
Parry Jones-Parry, and of members of the families of
Llovd if Gicerclas and Griffith of Gam) on AVilliam Parry
Jones-Parry, younger son of Thomas Parry Jones-Parry,
Esq. of Llwyn Onn and Madryii, who, in comiiliance with
Miss Yale's will, assumed the name and arms of Yale. At
Miss Yale's death, the reiiresentation of the family of Yale,
of Plas-yn-Yale, devolved on Richard Hughes Lloyd,
Esq. of Plymog, Gwerclas, and Bashall, but the estate
passed, as just stated, to

William Parry Yale, Esq. of Plas-yn-Yale, J.P. and
D.L., Lieut. -Col. in the Army. This gentleman, 4th son of
Thomas Parry Jones-Parry, Esq. of Llwyn Onn, sub-
stituted, by Miss Yale's testamentarj' direction, the name
and arms of Y'ale for those of Jones-Parry. Col. Yale
served the office of High Sheriff for that co. He m. Eliza
Flora, dau. of John Saunderson, Esq., but d. s. p. 6 June,
1S67, and was s. by his nephew, the present William
Corbet Yale, Esq., of Plas-yn-Yale.

Arms— Evm., a saltire gu. fretty or. Crest— A mount vert,
thereon a boar az. within a net or, in the mouth an acorn
slipped ppr.

-Seat— Plas-yn-Yale, near Corwen.


Cooke-Yaeboeottgh, George Bryan, Esq. of
Campsmount, co. York, B.A. Oxford, J.P. for West
Riding, co. York, formerly Lieut. 14t]i Hussars,
b. 1 Dec. 1843 ; m. 14 Feb. 1871, Mary Elizabeth,
younger dau. of Henry Yarborougli Parker, of
Streetthorpe, co. York, and lias issue,





t. Geoege Eustace, 6. 12 Jan. 1876.
II. Henry Alfred, 6. 27 March, 1877.
II!. Orfeur Frederic, 6. 2G Nov. 1878.

IV. Humfrey Charles, 6. 24 Dec. 1880.

V. Edmund Selwyn, 6. 5 Feb. 1882.

VI. Geoffrey Arthur, 6. 10 June, 1SS3.

I. Mary Alice. ii. Mary Violet.

Liineag'e. — Edmusd Yarbdkgh or Yarboeough, of
Balne Hall, co. York, purchased Brayton Hall and other
lands in Campsall from Bart. Fletcher in 1025. He m. Sarah,
dau. of Thomas Wormley, of Hatfield, by whom he had,
with other issue, two sons,

Nicholas (Sir), High SherilT of co. York, from whom descend
the Yarborghs of Heslington.

TnoMAS, of Campsall.
Edmund Yarborough d. 6 May, 1631, and was 5. at Campsall
by his 2nd son,

Thomas Yarboeocgh, of Can-.psall, Serjeant-at-Law, h.
1024 ; m. 1st, Ann, dan. of Thomas Ellis, who d. without
issue; 2ndly, Mary, dau. of Thomas Henry Watson, of
Haigh Hall, co. York, by whom he had issue (with five other
sons, who a.\ld.unm.),

Thomas, of Campsmount.
Thomas Yarborough d. 1697, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Yarborough, Esq. of Campsmount, b. 1787 ;
m. 1718, Joanna, dau. of Tobias Harvey, of Womersley, and
had, with other issue, who all d. before their father, two
daus., who survived him,

eSbeth, } co-heiresses of Campsmount.

These two ladies having become the only descendants of
Thomas Yarborough, 1st of Campsall, selected for their
heir their 1st cousin, George Cooke, of Streetthorpe, whose
mother was another of the daus. of Tobias Harvey. They
enjoined him to take the name of Yarborough, and to bear
the arms, for which he obtained the royal permission
o July, 1802. Miss Elizabeth Yarborough d. 23 Nov. 1801,
and was j:. by her 1st cousin,

George Cooke, Esq. of Streetthorpe, Doncaster, co.
York, son of George Cooke, Esq., 2nd son of Sir George
Cooke, 3rd Bart, of Wheatley, by Catherine his wife, 3rd
dau. of Sir Godfrey Copley, Bart, (who d. 1763), who took
the nxme and arms of Yarborough, 5 July, 1802, after
the demise of his first cousin, Elizabeth Yarborough, the
last desjendant of Thomas Yarborough, of Campsall, who
d. \mm. 23 Nov. 1801. He m. Blary, dau. of Richard New-
some, Esq., and dying 19 July, 1819, was succeeded by his

John Cooke Yarborough, Esq., ra. his second-cousin,
Mary, d.iu. of the Kev. George Cooke, Rector of Darfield,
and by her (who d. 1S24) had issue,

George, of Campsmount.

Richard, in. 1842, Mary, dau. of James TJtton Easson, Esq. of
Jamaica, and has issue, John Disney, 6. 1849 ; 2 Richard,
b. 1851; 3 AVilliam Henry, h. 1853; m. 1883, Ciiarlotte
Georgina, dau. of Morgan Charles Chase, Esq. M.C.S., and
has two daus., Constance and Dorothy ; 4 John James (Rev.)
b. 1855; 1 Mary Emily; 2 Avis Frederica, m. Ia73, John
Hooke, Esq. : 3 Julia Louisa, m. 1830, Louis Michael Simon,
Esq. of Croydon.
Charles, of Woodlands, Camden Park, late Col. 9Ist Regt.,
C.B., TO. 1st, 1853, Flora Emily Sophia, dau. of David Grant,
Esq. of Forres, N.B. (she d. 1855) ; and 2ndly, 1859, Esther
Annie, dau. of Rev. Alexander Cooke, and has issue , a dau.
Sophia Flora; m. Sept. 1887, Col. Skipwith, R.E., Bengal
Maria. Harriet, m. 1859, Rev. T. A. Jetter.

Louisa. Emma, m. B. Richard B. Lesley, Esq.

Anna, m. Dr. Ewald, D.C.L.
Fanny, m. Dr. McGowan, M.D.
Mr. Cooke Yarborough d. 1836, and was s. by his son,

George Cooke Yarborough, Esq. of Campsmount, co.
York, J. P. and D.L., b. 16 July, 1794; m.. 1st, 10 May,
1837, Emily Sarah, his 1st cousin, 2nd dau. of George
Cooke, Esq. of Carr House, near Doncaster, which lady d.
1 Jan. 1841 ; and 2ndly, 9 June, 1842, Mary Louisa, youngest
dau. of Richard Heathfield, Esq. of Green Lanes, Middleses,
by whom he had issue,
Geoege Bryan, now of Campsmount.

Alfred, h. 12 Aug. 1847; m. 1874, Mary, dau. of J. Ferguson,
Esq., and has issue, Bryan Alfred, 6. 1877 ; Alfred Graime,
b. 1876 : Archibald, h. 1881 ; Randall Francis, h. 1883 ; and
Gertrude Mary.
Aithur, b. 8 May, 1852: m. 1874, Ethel Constance, dau. of
Rev. William Rawlins Capel, Vicar of Bickcnhill, Warwick,
and has issue, Arthur Capel, b. 1880: Ethel : and Norah.
Julia Elizabeth, m. 1872, William James Brown, Esq.

Gertrude Flora, m. 1884, Lyster Andrew Nolan, Esq.,

Mr. Cooke Yarborough d. 1 Feb. 1870.

Arm» — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, per pale arg. and az., a chev-
ron between three chaplets all counterchanged ; 2nd and 3rd,
or, a chevron gu. between two lions passant gardantsa. CresU
— 1st, A falcon close or, belled gold preying on a mallard ppr. ;
2nd, Out of a mural crown arg. ; a demi-lion gardant issuing
sa. gorged with a ducal coronet or. Motto — Non sine pulvere
pal ma.

Scat— Campsmotmt, near Doncaster.

Club — Naval and Military.


Park- Yates, Edmund Waldegeave, Esq. of
Ince Hall, co. Chester, and Sancliway, Northwick,
Patron of Ince, late Lieut. Lancashire Hussars,
formerly Capt. Eoyal Dragoons, b. 1836; m. 23
June, 1874, Clementina Churchill, 4th dau. of Sir
Alexander Dixie, 10th Bart, of Bosworth Park, co.
Leicester. Mr. Park-Yates is eldest son of Rev.
William Waldegi-ave Park (who d. 1842), by Eliza-
beth Jane his wife, dau. of Edmund Yates, Esq. of
Ince Hall, and grandson of Sir James Allen Park,
one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas.
He s. his mother 1856.

Ariiis — Per fess nebulee arg. and gu. a goat's head couped
between three gates all counterchanged. Crest — A goat's head
couped arg. crusily gu. in the mouth a cinquefoils shpped vert.

Seats— lnc6 Hall, co. Chester ; and Sandiway, Northwick.

CLid>s — Army and Navy and Turf.


Yeatman, Haket Fare, Esq. of Stock Gaylard,
CO. Dorset, b. 26 Nov. 1879 ; bapt. at Stock Gaylard,
8 Jan. 1890.

Lineage. — The family of Yeatman Is of antiquity in
Dorset. The Srst-mentioned of the name is Richard
Yateman, Prior of Toftes, Norfolk, and also Prior of
Spettisbury, Dorset. The progenitors of the present family
at Stock House were seated for several centuries prior to
and untU the Reformation at Thornton, in that co., and for
many generations held property under the Abbey of
Prattells, at Stour Provost, as well as the Manor of
Thornton in MarnhuU, of the Abbey of Shaftesbury, which,
before its dissolution, was a parish in itself. John Yate-
man was settled there in the reign of Henry VI., and he was
». by a son and grandson of his own name, the last of whom
(as appears from a survey made in the reign of Elizabeth)
obtained in the 26 Henry Vlll., a lease of property at Mar-
garet's Marsh, and Hinton St. the adjoining parish,
from the Abbess of Shaftesbury. He d. befors 25 Heney
VIII., when his sou Robert, who had been named rever-
sioner in the previous lease, was granted on 30 Oct. of
that year, a lease by the same abbess of other property for
the life of himself and Margaret his wife, and John his son.
This Robert Yeatman served on an inquisition held on 16
May, S Elizabeth, to ascertain the title of the Crown to
the Manor of Spettisbury. On the dissolution of monas-
teries, these manors became the possession of William,
Lord Stourton, and John Yeatman, 4 Edward VI. , was
given by Charles, Lord Stourton, a further lease of other
property in the same manor for the life of himself
and John and Bartholomew his sons. After the attainder
of Charles, Lord Stourton, the manors of Margaret's Marsh
and Hinton St. Mary became part of the possession of the
Lords Arundell of Wardour, under whom the Yeatmans
held these estates for many generations. At the death of
the last-named John Yeatman, the estates descended to his
son, Thomas Yeatsian, of Margaret's Marsh and Hinton
St. Mary, who was h. about 1550, and m. about 1580, Edyth,
dau. and eventual heiress of Edward Keyte, Esq. of
Chj-selborn, by his wife Christian Atte More(,descended, it
is stated, from Henry de Newburgli, Earl of Warwick) ; his
will is dated 3 Nov. 1617, and was proved at Doctor's
Commons. By his said wife he had three sons,

I. Robert, of Shaftesbury, Dorset, m. Joan Daccombe, mdow

of John Penny; and 2ndly, 1020, Jane, dau. of William

Collins, by the first of whom he had issue,

William, of Shaftesburj-, admitted to the Middle Temple

17 Feb. 1646, m. 30 March, 1054, Lucie, dau. of Mathew

Davis, Esq., M.P. for Whitchurch, who obtained from her





hiistand liis estates at Thornton in MarnhuU, and at St.
Margaret's Marsh, and settled them on her second husband,
Kobert Fry, by Indenture dated 10 Jan. 1678; she sub-
sequently becLime the wife of William Fry. William
Yeatman was living 1673; by liia wife (who d. 1CS2) he
had issue,
William, of Shaftesbury, also a member of the Middle
Temple; his admission there is dated 7 July, 1673; he
left no issue, ; and was buried at Margaret's Marsh,
7 Jan. 167s.

II. Thomas, an oflScer in the army of King James I.


The youngest son,

MoRO.^N Veatman, 6. 158S, resided at Hinton St. Mary.
He 771. Elizabeth Lyet, of Manston, Dorset, a younger
braueb of the family of Lyet of Li/el's Carey, Somerset, and
if. 1659, leaving issue five sons and four dans., i. Thomas ;
II. Morgan, bapt at Hinton, 17 May, 16;i9 ; d. t. p. 1704 ;
lir. Robert, of whom heieafter ; iv. Peter, m. and had
issue ; i. Dorothy ; ii. Mary, bapt. 21 Jan. 16-6, m. William
Castleman, of Hinton ; iii. Jane, bapt. 31 March, 1633; tv.
Sarah, bapt. Nov. 1640. Morgan, the second son, dying
without issue,

Robert Yeatman, of Hinton St. Mary, the 3rd son, s. to
the estates, and dying 167S, left issue, by Anne his wife,
one son.

Robert Yeatman, of Hinton St. Mary, and Donhead St.
Andrew, Wilts, d. 1730, leaving issue, by Mary his 1st wife,
four sons and twodaus. The eldest son,

Robert Y'eatman, 6. 1691 ; m. Mary, sisterand heiress of
John Gibbons, Esq. of Grandon, Somerset, and had an only

Rev. Robert Y'eatman, of Stour Provost, bapt. 26 Sept.
1718; m. Mary, dau. of Christopher Slade, Esq. of Chiltern,
Wilts ; and d. leaving an only dau.. Blary Slade Yeatman,
■>n. Nathaniel Dal ton, Esq. of Sbajiks House, Somerset, from
whom Dalton Foster Grant DALT0>f, Esq. of Shanks, is

Morgan Y', the 3rd son of Robert Yeatman, of
Hinton St. Mary, and Mary his wife, bapt. at Hinton St.
Mary, March, 1626, continued to reside there. He ni,

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