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Theophila, dau. of Harry Fan-, Esq., and sisterand co-heir
of John Farr, Esq. of Stoke Gaylard ; and d. leaving issue,

I. Harry Farr (devisee of Stock Gaylard),

II. Morgan, of Hinton St. Mary, and Dorchester, baptised
25 June, 1734; :)i. 1779, Elizabeth Mary, dau. and eventual
co-heiress of William Pym, (see Pym of Tlie Hasells), the
eldest son of John Pym, Esq., a Bencher of the Middle
Temple, of Little Wymondly, Herts, by Elizabeth his wife,
dau. and sole heiress of Edmund Percivall, Esq. of Lincoln's
Inn, and Stanstedbury Park, Herts, by aiary, the dau. of
Sir Thomas Byde, of Ware Park, Herts, and widow of Sir
Thomas Field, of Stanstedbury Park. Morgan Yeatman d.
1809, leaving,

1 Morgan, of Richmond, Surrey, 77i. Mary, dau. of Col.
Richard Jones; and d. 1849, having had issue, Morgan,
of Richmond, m. 1850, Mary, dau. of Edward Penrhyn,
Esq. of Sheen, Surrey, by Lady Charlotte Elizabeth
Stanley, his wife, eldest dau. of Edward, 13th Earl of
Derby, E.G., and has issue, Morgan Edward, b. 1851 ; a
son, 6. 1857 ; Eleanor Mary ; Lucy Emma ; and Florence
2 Francis Fane, of Boston, co. Lincoln, 6. 17 March, 1790,
111. Caroline, dau. of John Richmond, Esq. of Lymington,
Hants, and had issue,
Francis Fane, 6. 1820.
Morgan, h. 1821 ; d. 1832.

Christopher, b. 1821 ; 7)!. Harriett, dan. of John Raw-
son, Esq. of Skirbeck House, J. P. for the co. Lincoln.
Henry John, C.E., b. 1824.
Charles Pym, 6. 1827 ; d. 1850.

John Pym, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law : h. 17
March, 1830, of Summer Mill, Chislehurst, Kent, m.
Ist, Margrathe Josei'hine Klothilde, dau. of Joseph
Braunagrl, of Carlsruhe, and by her (who d. 31 Marcb,
1871) had an only dau., Margrathe Josephine Klothilde.
He TO. 2ndly, 12 Sept. 1871, Charlotte Mun-ay Hough-
ton, only dau. of Allen McDonogh, Esq. of Athgaven
Lodge, CO. Kildare, and has John Francis Pym, b. 25
Nov. 1873 ; William Gowel de Perceval, b. 15 Feb. 1877,
Patrick Allen Irving, h. 25 Oct. 1878; Bernard Joseph
Pym, b. 14 March,' 1884: Charles Michael Pym, 6. 5
May, 1886 ; Ethel Charlotte Murray Houghton ; Maud
Mary Theophila Farr, Sybil Mary Josephine, and Olive
■William Olive, 6. 1831, m. Mathilde Josephine, dau. of
Joseph Braunagrl, of Carlsruhe.
Caroline Mary. m. Rev. Charles Lamb. Ellen.

Mary, m. William Shakespear AUardyce, E?q. of

Theophila, m. Edward George Ayliffe, Esq. of llolbeche,
CO. Lincoln

1 Mary, m. Christopher Cooper, M.D. cf Dorchester ; she-
d. 1848.

2 Theophila Farr, d. 1848.

3 Charlotte. 4 Jane Pym.

I. Mary, to. her cousin, John Farr, Esq. of Stoke Gaylard,
and d. leaving an only dau.,
1 Theophila, to. John Berkeley Burland, Esq., M.P. for
Totnes, and Chairman of the Somerset County Sessions,
eldest son of Sir John Burland, one of the Barons of the-
Exchequer, and d. i. p.

The eldest son,

Harry Farr Y'eatman, Esq. of Stock Gaylard, !;. IT Oct.
1728 ; m. Susannah, dau. of Rico CLarltou, M.D., of Bristol,
and d. 1TS7, leaving,

Hakry Farr (Usv.), of whom hereafter.

John, A.M., Vicar of East Brent, Somerset, and Prebendary
ot Wells Cathedral.

Charlton, of Bristol, m. and had i,?suc.

Morgan, of Bristol, in. and had issue.


The eldest son.

The Rev. Harry Farr Y'eatman, E.D., Rector of Klivc,.
■Vicar of East Brent, and Prebendary of Wells Cathedral,
77(. 1S75, Louisa, dau. and heir of the Rev. George Shuttle-
worth, Rector of Weymouth, and Vicar of Osmington,
Dorset ; and d. 1726, leaving issue,

Habry Farr. his lieir.

Louisa, m. the Rev. Francis Glossop, of Inwood Ilouse.j.
Somerset, Rector of West Dean, Hants.

Rhoda Charlton, m. the Rev. Mervyn West.
His only son.

Rev. H.vrrv Farr Ye.4.tman, of Stock House, LL.B.,
J P. for Dorset, and for 25 jxars Chairman of the Dorset
County Sessions Courts, 6. 1 Feb. 1TS6 ; m. 26 Nov. 1810,
Sarah, only dau. and heiress of James Huyshe Wolcott,.
Esq. of Sidbiu-y, Devon, and by her (who d. 10 Feb. 1SS4)
bad issue,

I. Harry F.arr, J.P. and D.L., b. 26 Sept. 1811 ; m. 6 July,
1837, Emma, only surviving d»ii. and heiress of Harry
Biggs, Esq. of Stockton House, Wilts, and d. 22 May, 1862,.
leaving issue by her (who d. 10 Feb. 1873),

1 IIakry Fakr, heir to his grandfather.

2 Arthur G'jdolpbin Y'eatman Biggs, of Stockton House,
Wilts, J. P., Lieut. -Col. R.A., 6. 22 March, 1843, assumed,
the name of Biggs by royal licence in 1878, under the
will of his maternal gr.andtather.

3 Huyshe Wolcott (Right Rev.), D.D., M.A., Vicar of
Sydenham, Kent, Hon. Canon of Rochester, and Bishop
Suffrag.-m of Southwark, b. 2 Feb. 1845; rii. 24 Nov. 1875,
Lady Barbara Caroline Legge, 6th dau. of William, 4th
Eaii of Dartmouth, and Frances his wife, dau. of George,.
5th Viscount Barrington, and has had i.ssue, William
Huy,she, b. 15 Feb. 1878 ; Lewys Legge, 6. 17 Aug. 1879 :,
Arthur John Barrington, 6. 11 Oct. 1880; Barbara Mar-
garet; and Mary Godolphin, d. 1881.

1 Emma Louisa, d. 1 Sept. 1842.

2 Rhoda Marwood, m. 3 Oct. 1865, Percy Sandford Nevile,.
Esq. of Skelbrooke Park, co. York, and d. 3 Oct. 18C6,
leaving issue, Percy Gilbert, b. 22 Sept. 1806.

3 Emily Frances Emma.

II. Marwood Shuttleworth, of Holwell Manor, Dorset, J.P,
and D.L., Hon. Col. Dorset Yeomanry Cavaliy, b. 17 Jidy,
1826, m. 20 April, 1881, Caroline, only dau. of Major Edward^
Dyson, of Denne Hill, Kent, and d. Dec. 1891, leaving issue,
Marwood Edwards, b. 29 Sept. 18S3 ; John Dyson, 6. IC-
Feb. 1885; Godfrey Dyson, b. 7 Dec. 1887; Francis Dyson,
b. 7 April, 1889 ; Caroline Mary Matilda ; Benedicta.

I. Sarah Jlarwood, m. tlie Rev. William Meech, and has
issue, Giles ; Frank ; Lucy : Rhoda.

II. Louisa Wolcott, m. Theodore Moilictt, Esq. of Skills
House, CO. Warwick; and d. 4 July, 1844, leaving issue,

III. Mary Farr, to. 17 Feb. 1841, John du Eoulay, Esq. ot
Donhead Hall, co. Wilts, and has issue.

IV. Riioda Ciiarlton, m. 21 Aug. 1845, Thomas Ilext, Esq. of
Trenarren House, Cornwall (who d. 1881), leaving issue.

Mr. Yeatman d. 22 April, ISGl, and wass. by his grandson,
Harry Farr Yeatjian, Esq. of Stock Gayl.ard, J.P. and
D.L., Commander R.N., 6. 19 Sept. 1839, m. 6 Feb. 1876,
Charlotte, youngest dau. of WiUiam Temple, Esq. of,
Bishopstrow House, Wilts, J.P. and D.L., and had issue.

Harry Farr now of Gaylard.

Rhoda Margaret, bapt. at Stock Gaylard, 2 Feb. 1877.
Theophila Charlotte Wolcott, bapt. at Stock Gaylard, 20 April,

Mr. Yeatman d. 7 July, 1884, and was s. by his only son,
now of Stock Gaylard.

Arrna — Per pale arg. and sa. on a fess dovetailed counter-
dovetailed or, between two gates in chief and a goat's head
erased in base counterchanged three boars' lieads erased g'j.





CreH — A goat's head erased sa. homed bearded and charged
witli a gate, or. Motto — Propositi tenax.
i6'ea£— Stock Gay lard, Sherborne, Dorset.


Yeo, Eliza Bernabd Arundell, of Fremington,
Devon, and of Dinham, Cornwall, *. lier brother,

Xiineagre. — The surname of this ancient family is
derived from the estate of Tre-Yeo, a parish of Laimcells,
near Stratlon, Cornwall, where it flourished before the time
of Edward HI. In this reign Nicliolas Yeo to. Elizabeth,
dau. and heiress of Saokville, of Heanton Sackville, Devon,
and made that seat his principal dwelling. His posterity
continued there for ten generations.

William Yeo, of Heanton, 6th in descent from Nicholas
Yeo and Elizabeth Sachville, m. Elizabeth, dau. of William
Greenfield, of Stowe, co. Cornwall, and had three sons, i.
Robert, m. Alice, dau. of Humphry Wolrand, of Broadfield.
and was father of William Yeo, of Heanton, who m. Joan,
dau. of Sir Thomas Fulfoid, Knt. of Fulford, and had a son
and heir. Robert Yeo, of Heanton, vi. a dau. of Bartholo-
mew Fortescue, Esq. of Filley, Devon, and left an only
child and heiress, ilary, who m. Henry Rolle, 3rd son
cf John Rolle, Esq. of Stevenstone, and carried to him
Heanton and other estates, which are now in the posses-
sion of their descendant. Lord Clinton ; ii. Nicholas, of
whom presently ; iii. Edward, m. a dau. of Clarke, of
Dolton. The 2nd son,

Nicholas Yeo, of Heanton, in. Joan Libb, of co. Wilts,
and had two sons, i. John ; il Leonabd. The 2ad son,

Leonard Yeo, settled at Huish, near Hatherleigh,
Devon. His sou and heir, by Armirel Corbet his wife,

George Yeo, of Huish, m. Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of
Nicholas Smith, of Great Totnes, and was father of

Leonard Yeo, Esq. of Huish, Hi., who signed the Visitation
of Devon, 1620. He m. Sara, dau. of Hugh Fortescue, of
Wear, and had a son,

George Yeo, Esq. of Huish, who became distinguished
for his loyalty and services in the cause of King Charles I.
during the civil wars, and for which he suffered much both
in person and estate. He m. Gertrude, dau. of Richard
Coffiu, Esq. of Portlcdge, and by her was father of

George Y'eo, Esq. of Huish, who m. Miss Rosie, of
Leicester, and by her left issue, an only son,

Edward Rouse Y'eo, who sold the estate of, and
d. unm., when the representation of the family devolved
upon the next heir,

TuE Rev. Beaple Yeo, Rector of Atherington, near
Barnstaple, whose son and heir,

William Mounier Yeo, Esq. of Clifton, near Bristol,
m. 2 July, 1787, Phillis Arundell, only dau. and heiress of
Clotworthy O'Neill, Esq. of the kingdom ot Ireland, by
Mary his wife, eldest dau. and heiress of Thomas Arundell,
Esq. of Trevelver, and eventually heiress of the Cornish
estates of the Arusdells of Trerelver* on the death, unm.,
of her cousin, John Arundell, Esq. By this lady, the
heiress of the O'Neills and Arundells (who d. 26 Feb. ISlli)
Mr. Yeo left at his decease, 2 March, 1809, three sons.
William Arundell, his heir ; George Barlow Roch ; and
Beaple. The eldest son,

William Arundell Yeo, Esq. of Fremington, J.P. and
D.L , High Sheriff 1850 ; m. 12 Mar. 1827, Eliza, dau. of
Dr. Charles Edward Bernard, of Clifton, and dying 20 April,
1£62, left issue,

AV'illiam Arundell, of Fremingten and Dinham HousC;
Barrister- at-Law, d. unm. 1880.


Francis Arundell, a Leghorn Merchant, purchased Trevel-
ver at the latter end of the 17th century. He d. at Bath, 5
Dec. 1712, aged 52. His descent from the House of Lanhekne
is certified by the crest of his arms, viz., a wolf passant, a cres-
cent for distinction, thus indicating: that he was a 2nd son. It
is very probable tliat his immediate descent was from the
Arundells of Ttvithick. His nephew and successor,

John Arundell, was of Trevelver and Fadstow, and d. at the
latter place, leading two sons, Thomas and Francis. The
eldest son and heir,

Thomas Arundell, d. at Trevelver, July, 1755, leaving by
his wile, a dau. of Warre, Somerset, two daus., of whom
Mary, the elder, became heir to the Cornish estates; she m.
Clotworthy: O'Neill, Esq. of Ireland, and had an only dau.,
Phillib Arundell O'Nelll, heiress, who m. Wm. Mouniee Yeo.

Mary Arundell, m. Williaiu Bartlett, Esq. of Netting HiU
and has a dau., Mary Arundell Banlett.

Eliza Bernard Arundell, now of Fremington.

Barbara, m. 1^63, Edward Clarke, Esq. of Avishays, Somerset,
and has issue.

.<frms— Yeo ; Arg., a chevron between three drakes sa.,
quarterins Sachville, Esse,,Jewe, Brightley, O'Neill,
and Arundell. Crest — A peacock ppr.

Scat— Fremington House, Barnstaple ; and Dinham House,
St. Minver.



Yeoman, Ven. Henry Walker, of Woodlands,
CO. York, M.A., Archdeacon of Cleveland, formerly
Prebendary of York, late Eector of Monkton Moor,
and Vicar of Marske-by-the-Sea, h. 21 Nov. 1S16.

Liiueagre. — John Yeoman, Esq. of Whitby, Major.-
Comm. Whitby Volunteers in 1780, and Lieut. -Col. in 1795>
J.P. forthe North Riding, h. 1717 ; m. 1718, Rachael,dau.
of Mr. Henry Walker,* of Whitby, ."^lerchant, and co-heir-
ess with her sisters, Mrs. Waters, of Wallseud, Newcastle,
and Mrs. Ellison, of Sudbrook, Lincolnshire. He d. in
1782, leaving issue, Anne, 6. 1753, m. Richard Rudycrd,
E.,q., and d. .?. j). 1833, and

Henry Walker Yeoman, Esq. of Woodlands, near
Whitby, J.P. for North Riding, 6. 1749, m. 1st, Miss E.
Consett, and 2ndly, 1787, Ann, 2nd dau. of General John
Hale, of Plantation, near Guisbro', by Mary, 2nd dau. of
William Chaloner, Esq. of Guisbro Priory. By his
marriage he left one son, John, 6. 1773, Major in the Army,
TO. Anne, dau. of Rauilolph Marriott, Esq. of Avonbaiik,
and d. s. p. 1801. By his second wife (who d. 5 Dec. 1863)
he left issue,

Henkt Walker, his heir.

Constantino, Major in the army, m. 1842, Mary, dau. of Rev.
Mr. Crigan, and had issue, two daus. : he d. 1852.

Bernard, Post-Capt. R.N., m. 1826, Charlotte, dau. of Sir
Everard Home, and had two sons and two daus. ; he ti..

Mary Anne, d. toim. Jan. 1864.

Mr. Y'eoman d. 1801, and was .5. by his eldest son,

Henry Walker Yeoman, Esq. of Woodlands, J.P. and
D.L. N.R. of Yorkshire, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, h. 13
July, 1789 ; m. 5 Feb. 1816, Lady Margaret Bruce Dundas,
eldest dau. of Lawrence, Ist Earl of Zetland, and by her
(who d. 13 Sept. 1800) had issue,

I. Henry Walker (Ven ), now of Woodlands.

II. Thomas Lawrence, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, Capt.
and Hon. Major 1st Vol. B.att. YorksRegt., 0. 21 Dec. 1819.

III. Constantine Bernard, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, Vicar
of Manfield, co. York, J. P., b. 29 June, 1823; m. April,
1858, Margaret Laura, 3rd dau. of Rev. J. D. Preston, of
Askham Bryan, and d. 4 April, 18s9.

IV. John, of Milton, Peterborough, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cam-
bridge, 6. 29 June, 1825 ; m. 1 Oct. 18.'i7, Hannali
Dorothea, 4th dau. of William Blacker, Esq. of Woodbrook,
CO. Wexford, and d. 1 Oct. 1877.

V. George Dundas, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, 6. 4 Nov.
1835: m. 27 Oct. 1869, Lady Dorothea Frances Hastings,
eldest dau. of Francis Henry Thcophilua, 13th Earl ofi

VI. Robert Charles, of Marske Hall, Marske-by-theSea, J.F.
for N.R. of Yorkshire, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cambridge, 6. 7
July, 1838.

I. Charlotte, m. 7 Dec. 1854, John Thomas Wharton, Esq. ot
Skelton Castle, co. York, and d. 6 April, 1892.

II. Margaret Bruce, d. 7 Sept. 1883.

III. Harriot Anne, d. 1834.

IV. Anne Laura, d. 24 Dec. 1886.

Mr. Yeoman d. 1875, and was s. by his eldest sou, now of

Armn — Sa., a chevron between three cronels of spears arg.
Crest — A dexter arm holding a broken spear all ppi-.

Seat — Woodlands, near Whitby, and Marske Hall, Marske-by-

* The famous circumnavigator. Captain James Cook, made
his first voyage in a ship belonging to this Mr. Henry Walker,,
and his brother, Mr. John Walker, see Young's History of
Whitby, page 851, where it is stated that Cook's indentures of
service were made out to Mr. John Walker only, and where
several interesting letters to him from this eminent discoverer
are given, the latest dated 12 February, 1776, exactly three
years before Cook was killed. The Messrs. Walker belonged.
originally to the Society of Friends, hut were "read out"
because their ships carried guns in time of war, which was
supposed to be incompatible with the peaceful tenets of this,






YEKBrKGH. Robert Akmstkoxg, Esq. of Wood-
fold Park. Bhickburn, Ereoby, Melton Mowbray,
and BarwliillantT-Parton, i\MJ., J.P. and D.L. for
Lancasliiro ; M.P. for Chester since 1SS6 ; b. 17 Jan.
1S53 ; educated at Harrow, B.A. Univ. Coll. Oxon.
called to the Bar Middle Teini-ile ISSO; m. 8 Aug.
ISSS, Elma Amy, oulr child of the late Daniel
Thwaites, Esq., j'.P. and D.L. of Woodfold Park,
Blackburn, formerlj M.P. for Blackburn, and has

I. Robert Daniei. TnwAiTEf^. h. Dec. 1SS9.

II. Richard Guy Cecil, 6. Nov. 1892.

Liineagre. — Richard Tarburoh, of Coekcringtou St.
3I:iry, CO, Lincoln, a cadet of the house of Yarburgh, of
Yurburgh, purchased in the year 1541, of Thomas, son of
Symou Ire, a messuage and certain lands at Overtyntou,
in the s;ime co. He made his will 26 May, 1545, which was
lirovcd 19 June following, and left by his wife Margaret, a
son and heir,

Robert Yakborgh, of Cockorington St. Mai-y, who made
his will 11 Dec. 1593, which was proved 22 March following.
He was buried 13 Dec. 1593, at Cockeringtou. By his wifa
Jannet, he left a son and heir,

George Yakbcrch, of Covcnham St. Bartholomew, co.
Lincoln, who held lands at Skedbrook and Cockerington ;
he d. 13 and was buried 15 July, 1610, at Corcnham. His
■will dated 12 March, 1609, was proved 3 July, 1010. Jnq.
poH morion dated 17 Aug. 8 Jac I., at Lincoln. He ra. 8
Aug. 1596, at Cockerington, Anna Gentle, by whom he left
with other issue,

Robert Yarburgh, of Boston, co. Lincoln, who had land
left him under his father's will in Cockerington St. Mary ;
he bapt. 2" Feb. 1602-3, at Covenham St. Bartholomew.
AVill dated 1 July, 1678, proved 9 Nov. following. He was
buried 24 Oct. 1678, at Boston, and by his wife Jane (who
was buried 24 July, 1677, at Boston) he left with other

Robert Yarburgh (the younger), of Boston, who was
b'lried 2 Oct. 1717, at Boston, having left by his wife

George Yarburgh, of Frampton, co. Lincoln, gent.,
bapt. at Boston, 24 Sept. 1674. He made his will in 1733 ;
and was buried 24 March, 1734, aged 59, at Frampton. He
m, 8 June, 1099, at Frampton, AUce, dau. of John Gains-
borough, of Frampton, and by her had issue,

I. Thomas, bapt. at Frampton, 7 Nov. 1705, and bur. there 25
Nov. 170.").

II. .John, his heir.

III. George, bapt. at Frampton, 16 May, 1708, and bur. there
2 Feb. 1755, aged 47, v/iun.

•V. Robert, bapt. at Frampton, 15 Feb. 1711 ; bur. ttlere 8
• let. 1782, v.nm.

V. Thomas, bapt. at Frampton, 14 Sept. 1721 ; bur. at Bos-
ton, 18 Sept. 1782, aged 62, s.^j.

I. Sarah, bapt. 26 March, 1700, and bur. 15 Feb. 1707, aged
7 years.

II. Mary, bapt. 5 July, 1702, and bur. 1 Aug. 1766, aged 64,

in. Jane, bapt. 22 Feb. 1704, bur. 31 Aug. 1704.

IV. Sarah, bapt. 20 Dec. 1704, bur. 25 April, 1710.

V. Alice, bapt. 1712, bur. 1714.

VI. Elizabeth, bapt. 9 May, 1718 ; m. at Boston, 9 April,
1741, Thomas Crowdez, Esq., and left issue.

The eldest surviving son,

.JoHX Yerburgh, Esq., was bapt. at Frampton, 6 Jan:
1707 ; and was buried 8 Maj-, 17S0, aged 74. He in. 1st, 21
April, 1730, Mary, dati. of the Rev. Samuel Coddington,
Vicar of Boston, and by her (who was buried 17 June, 1767,
aged 66) had issue,

I. John, bapt. 8 June, 1732; bur. IG July, 1732.

II. Samuel, bapt. 13 June, 1733; bur. 2 July, 1733.
ii:. liicHAKD, his heir.

I. :\Iarj-, bajit. 6 Jan. 1738; bur. 3 Feb. 1781, aged 42. She
•ii. 4 July, 1766, Robert Moore, Esq., and left is.sue, John
Yerburgh, and Elizabeth.

He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth Cawdron, of Holbeach, widow,
who was buried Oct. 1800, aged 83, s. p. His 3rd son,

Richard Yekbdrgh, Esq., was bapt. 16 April, 1742 ; and
was buried June, 1806, aged 04. He m. 1767, Bridgctt, dau.
of Thomas Arnall, of Heckington, co. Lincoln, gent., and
Bri'lgett Ills wife, and by her (who was buried 6 Feb. 1823,
a','ed 74; he left issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. RicuABD, of whom afterwards.

I. Bridgctt, bapt. 27 March, 1768; bur. 31 May, 1831, aged

II. Mary Avnall, 29 May, 1813, m. the Rev. Martin Sheath,
Rector of Wyberton, co. Lincoln.

His son,

John Yerburgh, Esq., was bapt. at Frampton, 16 May,
1733; and was buried 22 May, 1S29, aged 56. He«i. Elizi-
beth, dau. of John Betts, Esq. of Boston, andhad issue, two
dans, (co-heiresses),

I. Elizabeth, ?»., at Sloaford, 3 Sept. 1829, William Elm-
hirst, Esq. of West Ashly, co. Lincoln («ee that famili/},
and had issue,

William Augustus, late Capt. in the army, d. 1888.

John Yerburgh.

Harry, late a Major in the army, 53rd Regt.

Elizabeth Jane, m. 1864, Edmund Ruck-Kcene, J.P. and
D.L., Major in the Kine's Dragoon Guards, of Swyn-
combe House, Oxon, and left issue, Charles Edmund ;
William George Elnihirst; Harry Lancelot.

Charlotte Mary, m. 1869, Gustavus Lambart Basset, Esq.
J.P. and D.L. of Tehidy, co. Cornwall, sole representa-
tive of the baronial house of Basset {see Bdeke's Extinct
Peerages), and has issue, an only son, Arthur Francis, 6.
29 Jan. 1873.

II. Charlotte Mabt, 7n. 10 Oct. 1826, Henry Alington, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Louth (see Alington of Swinhope)^ and
had issue an only dau. Charlotte, m. Rev. Gary Barnard.
She was well known as a musical composer by her nom de
phane of " Claribel."

Rev. Richard Yerburgh, Esq. (2nd son of Richard Yer-
burgh, Esq. of Frampton), bapt. 7 Dec. 1774; tookhisD.D.
degree in 1814, Vicar of Sloaford and Rector of Tothi!l,bothin
thcco. of Lincoln, d. 1851, and wasburied atSleaford,aged77.
He m. 9 Oct. 1811, Elizabeth, dau. of Eardley Norton, Esq.
of Little Stanmore, Middlesex, and had issuej

I. Richard, his heir.

I. Mary, bapt. 8 May, 1818: d. 1891, unm.

II. Elizabeth, bapt. 25 April, 1821: i». 1864, Thos. Dolby
Steel, Esq. of Southwold, Suffolk, who d. 1884, she has no

III. Isabel Amall, bapt. 18 Jan. 1824; bur. 3 June, 1824.

IV. Lucy Coddington, bapt. 14 March, 1825; m. the Rev.
Henry Ashington, Rector of Kyme and Brauncewell, co.
Lincoln ; she d., leaving an only dau., Lucy Yerburgh.

His only .son.

The Rev. Richard Yerburgh, Esq., bapt. 5 May, 1817 ;
educated at Harrow and Christ's Coll. Camb., Vicar of Slea-
ford and Rector of High Bickington, d. 30 Aug. 1888. He
m. 1840, Susan, dau. of John Higgin, Esq. of Wenning
Cottage and Greenfield, co. Lancaster, and by her had

I. Richard Eustre, h. 1847, in the Audit and Exchequer
office; m. 1877, Mimmie, dau. of Naunton Vertue, Esq. of
Thornville, Teddington, co. Middlesex, and has issue,
Richard Eustre, b. Dec. 1879.
Ethel Lennox Vertue, b. March, 1877.
It. John Eardley, h. 8 Jan. 1850 ; m. 1878, Annie, only dau.
of Joseph Royden, Esq. of High Carrs, Roby, co. Lancas-
ter, and by her has issue,
Annie Royden, 6. 1879.

Ethel Mary, b. 1880. Dorothea Gertrude, 6. 1882.

Olena Shirley, b. 1884.
in. Robert Armstrong, now of Woodfold.
IV. Edmond Rochfort (Kev.), of High Bickington Rectory,
Chulmleigh, North Devon {Club — Wellington), B.A. Magda-
lene Coll. Camb., b. 30 June, 1855; is Lord of the Manor
and Rector, and Patron of High Bickington, North Devon ;
-in. Jan. 1890, Constance, dau. of the late John Thwaites,
Esq., J.P. of Troy, Witton, Lancashire, and by her has

Richard Edmond Rochfort, b. 4 Sept. 1891.
Mary, b. 24 Nov. 1893.
v. Harry Beauchamp, 6. 1856; m. 1888, Sophia, dau. of the
late John Sewell, Esq. of the Warren, Loughton, Essex,
and by her has, with other issue,
William Higgin, b. 1881.
VI. Oswald Pryor (Rev.), b. 1858, M.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin.
Rector of Christ Church, Marylebone ; rn. 1889, Edith
Warden, only child of the late Arthur Potts, Esq., J.P.,
of lloole Hall, co. Chester, when he assumed by royal
licence the additional name and arms of Wardell, and has
.\rtlinr, b. 1891.
Geoffrey Basset, b. 1893.
Hilda, b. 1890.

I. Edith, b. 1848 ; m. the Rev. William Bonsey, M.A.
St. John's Coll. Camb., and Vicar of Lancaster, and has

II. Rachel, b. 1856, d. an infant.

III. Mary Florence, b. 1854, d. 1878, ?«im.

IV. Lucy Isabel, b. 1858 (twin with Oswald Pryor); m. the





Key. Walter Loveband, M.A. Caius Coll. Camb., Vicar of
IHeUI, Sussex, and has issue.
\. Charlotte Elizabeth, d. 22 Dec. 1860, an infant.

Arms—'Per pale arg. and az., a chev. between three chaplets
;ill cGunterchanged. Crest — A falcon close or, belled of the
last, preying upon a coch pheasant, ppr.

Sea(s— Woodfold Park, Blackburn; Earwhillanty, Parton,

Toicn Iiesiden(e — 27, Princes Gate, S.W.

rhita— Carlton, Travellers, White's, Junior Carlton, Welling-


YoxGE, John, Esq. of Puslinch, Devon, and of
Uurell, Cornwall, J.P. for Devon, B.A. Oxen. b. 18
Dec. 1864, *. his father Oct. 1881.

Lineage.— The Yokges o/Pifs^inc/jdescendfrom a family
of the name of considei'able antiquity iu Devon, and origin-
ally came from Bassingbourne, Berks. In 1600 they had
,-ottled at many seats in Devon and elsewhere, such as Ax-
niinster, Uptons, Hellions, Escot, Pallaton, Coldbrooke, and
Colyton. In 1656, Sir John Yonge, Knt., was M.P. for

John Yonge, son of John Yonge and Elizabeth Strode,
•was settled in Plymouth 1640; he m. Joanna, dau. of
Nicholas Blackaller, Esq. of Sharpham, Devon, and by her
{b. 10 Nov. 1618, and d. 21 June, 1700) left four sonsand two

I. John, m. 1662, Anne Edgecumbe, of Mount Edgecumbe,
:md bv her (who d. 1667) had an only dau., Anne, b. 1663,
(/. 1667.

II. James, heir to his father.


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