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orthington, by whom (who was buried 22 July, 1655)
he had three sons and seven daus. The eldest son,

JoH.N Loxdale, of Mere Town, b. 1643; m. and had issue.

I. Thomas Loxdale (Rev.), M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., h.
3 Dec. 1675, Vicar of Seighford, and Rector of Forton, co.
Stafford, which he resigned in 1721, and became Rector of
Tixal— "a man of learning and fond of antiquarian re-
searches," author of "Parochial Antiquities in Stafford-
sliire," and other local histories in MS., cited in Shaw's
Staffordshire. He to. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Eld, Esq.
of Seighford, and d. s. p.

II. Richard, 6. Oct. 1680; cJ. «. p. 7 Jan. 1732. He was the
first of the family who settled at Shrewsbury, where he
practised as a Solicitor. He was an Ensign in the "Artillery
regiment raised voluntarily by the inhabitants in the year
1715, in opposition to the rebels," under Lord Viscount
Newport.

in. Joseph, of whom hereafter.
The third son,



Joseph Loxdale, 6. 8 Jan. 1682, settled at Stafford, of which
place he was Mayor in 1745. He to. Mary Thorley, of kin to
William of Wykeham, the founder of Winchester and New
Coll. Oxon, by whom he had issue,

I. Thomas, of whom hereafter.

II. Joseph, ((. s. p.

1. Anne, m. Richard AVarren, of Stafford; d. Oct. 1791,
leaving issue, three sons, and one dau. Deborah.
The eldest son,

Thomas Loxdale, b. 29 July, 1720, Mayor of Shrewsbury
1774; TO. 1750, Hannah Skitt, by whom (who d. 5 May, 1800)
he left issue,

I. Thomas, J.P. and D.L. for Salop, b. 3 April, 1757; d.
25 Jan. 1842; to. his cousin, Deborah Warren, by whom he
had one dau.,

Anne, to. her cousin, John Loxdale, Esq., and d. s. jp. 10
July, 1848.

II. Joseph, of whom hereafter.

in. Richard, b. March, 1769; rn. Jane Jeffreys, and d. Feb.
1848, leaving four sons.

I. Mary, b. 1754; ra. the Rev. Thomas Eden, M.A., Rector
of Alvercott, Oxon, and llmington, co. Wanvick, and had
issue, William Heniy Loxdale Eden, b. 10 Aug. 1783, d.
Dec. 1868, without issue.

II. Anne, m. the Rev. Thomas Coke, of Jesus Coll. Oxon,
D.C.L., author of a Commentary on the Bible, and a friend
of Wesley, and active member of the Wesleyan Conference.
She d. without issue in 1812.

III. Sarah, 6. 10 Dec. 1760 ; m. Rev. Thomas Hill, of Alcaston
Manor, Salop, and d. s. p. Dec. 1847.

Mr. Loxdale d. 20 April, 1793. His 2nd son,

Joseph Loxdale, Esq., b. 12 Aug. 1759; m. 11 Feb. 1790,
Anna Maria, dau. of William Wood, of Bayston, Salop, and hai
issue,

I. Thomas Wood, &. March, 1791 ; d. unm. Jan. 1837.

II. Joseph, 6. 20 Aug. 1793, Mayor of Shrewsbury 1830;
d.s.p. Alarch, 1838.

in. James, late of Castle Hill.

IV. John, of Kingsland, near Shrewsbury, J.P. for Salop and
Mayor of Shrewsbury 1840-.-i9 and 1873, 6. 29 Aug. 1799;
m. 1st. Anne Loxdale, his cousin, who d. s. p. 1848 ; 2ndly,
Anna Rice, dau. of Rev. John Watson, D.D., Vicar of Ring-
stead-cum-Denford and Great Dodington, co. Northampton,
by whom (who d. 1 Jan. 1860) he had issue,

1 John Watson.

2 Geoffrey Warter Peele.

3 Reginald James Rice, now of Castle Hill.
1 Mary Jane.

He TO. 3rdly, 1866, Jane Phillips, widow of Benjamin Brad-
ley, Esq., and d. 27 March, 1SS5.

y. George Henry, b. 12 March, 1804: m. Sarah, dau. of Hi.?
Honour, George Bagot, High Sheriff of British Guiana, by
whom he had issue, three sons and five daus.

VI. Richard Skitt, d. an infant.

I. Anna Maria, 6. 7 April, 1792; d. 1863, having;;), the Rev.
Frederick Holmes, M.A., Professor at Bishop's Coll. Cal-
cutta, leaving issue by him, three sons and one dau.

II. Sarah Elizabeth, to. John Nathaniel Williams, Esq. of
Castle Hill, and d. 14 Oct. 1862, without issue.

in. Henrietta Sophia, 6. 3 April, 1802 ; d. s. p. 20 March,
1842.

IV. Charlotte Emilia, 6. Jan. 1806 ; d. s. p. Dec. 1831.

V. Emma Louisa, b. Feb. 1809; d. s. p. 7 April, 1869.

VI. Laura Matilda, 6. 7 April, 1812 : c^. s. p. Oct. 1829.

Mr. Loxdale was Mayor of Shrewsbury 1797, and for upwards
of half a century High Steward and Deputy-Recorder of the
borough of Shrewsbury. He d. April, 1846, and was s. by his
son,

James Loxdale, Esq. of Castle Hill, co. Cardigan, J.P. and
D.L. for the cos. of Stafford, Salop, and Cardigan, High
Sheriff co. Cardigan 1807, M.A. St. John's Coll. Camb., Bar-
rister-atrLaw, b. 7 Oct. 1797; d. 28 Dec. 1890, and was s. by
his nephew, Reginald James Rice.

Arms — Erm., on a chief sa. three lions rampant or. Crest—
A bull's head couped ppr.
£eo£— Castle Hill, Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan.



LOYD OF MONK'S ORCHARD, AND
LILLESDEN.

LoTD, Feedeeick Edwaed, Esq. of Amwell
Grove, Herts, educated at Eton and Trin. Coll.
Camb, Barrister-at-Law, J.P. for Surrey and
Herts, b. 26 April, 1856 ; m. 17 April, 1879, Isabella,
youngest dau. of Frederick Currey, Esq. Barrister-
at-Law, and has with other issue,

Lewis Feedeeick Innes, 6. 1880.

Lineage.— Edwabd Lotd, Esq. of Coombe House, Surrey,

4 L 2



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LOT



THE LANDED GENTRY.



LOl'



the eminent banker, r,i. Aug. 1309, Sarali, dau. of Joseph
Taylour, Esq. of Blacklej, co. Lancaster, and both d. Jan.
1S63, leaving issue,
I. Lewis Loyd, Esq. of Monk's Orchard, Kent, J.P. for
Surrey, High Sheriff IS63, and a Commissioner of Lieuten-
ancy for tiie eitv of London, b. 10 Aug. ISll ; m. 19 June,
18-S5, Frances Harriet, dau. of Admiral the Hon. Frederick
Paul Irby, C.B., of Boyland Hall, Norfolk, son of the 2nd
Lord Boston, and d. s. p. July, 1S91. Mrs. Loyd is of
Monk's Orchard, West Wickham, Beckenham, Kent.
u. Edward Lo'uD. Esq. of Lillesden, Kent, J.P. and D.L.
CO. Lancaster, J.P. Kent, High Sheriff 1876, late Lieut.-Col.
1st Manchester H.V., 6. 19 April, 1820 ; m. 12 March, 1S46,
Caroline Louisa, eldest dau. of John Frederick Foster, Esq.
of Sale Friorv, co. Chester, and Kempstone, Bedfordshire,
by Caroline, dau. of Sir William Chambere Bagshawe, and
had issue,

1 Fbedekick Edward, of Aniwell Grove, Ware.

2 Llewellyn Foster, ot Doles, Andover, Hants, 0. 30 June,
1S61, m. a dau. ot Bishop Lewis, Metropolitan of Canada,
and has issue, two sons.

1 Mary Louise.

C Elinor Sarah, m. 21 Sept. 1876, George John Courthope,
Esq. of Sprivers, Staplehurst, and has issue.

3 Frances Helen. 4 Margaret Foster.

6 Caroline Foster, m. March, 1892, Alfred, eldest son of
Edward Hardcastle, Esq., M.P., of New Lodge (see that
family), and has issue.
Mr. Edward Loyd d. Is90. Mrs. Edward Loyd is of Lilles-
den, Hawkhurst, Kent.
■ in. William Jo.ses Loyd, Esq. of Langlcybury, Herts, M.A.,
J.P., High Sheriff 1S6I, b. 2 Aug. 1821; in. 21 June, 1848,
Caroline Gertrude, dau. of John Henry Vivian, Esq., M.P.,
of Singleton, co. Glamorgan, and had issue,

1 Lewis Vivian Loyb, Esq. of Withybrook (fo/ticAssc).

2 Edward Henry, of Langleybury, Herts, J. P., b. 2 April,
1861; 7/i. 26 July, 1888, the Hon. Clementina Georgina
Brownlow, dau. of Charles, 2nd Lord Brownlow, and has
issue,

William Lewis Brownlow, &. 7 May, 1839.

3 William Graham, 6. 30 Sept. 1863; m. 1833, a dau. of
— Beaumont. Esq., and has issue.

4 Arthur Heneage, 6. '20 Sept. 1868.

1 Gertrude Sarah.

2 Harriet Eaith.

3 Dulcie Gwendoline.

4 Caroline Beatrice.

Mr. WiUiam Jones Loyd d. 28 Aug. 188.5.
i. Sarah, m. H. B. Benyon, Esq. of Koundav Lodge, Leeds
(who d. 25 Feb. 1849) ; she d. 15 June, 1868, and left four
children.

II. Catherine, m. 14 March, 1S44, T. Dyce Nicol, Esq., M.P.,
of Ballogie, co. Aberdeen (who d. 16 Nov. 1872), leaving
three sons and two daus.

III. Hannah, )/i. W. Entwisle, Esq. of Eusholme, Manchester
(who d. 1865), and had four children.

IV. Fanny, m. 16 Sept. 1847, James Sydney Stopford, Esq.,
and d. s. p. 20 Sept. 1856.

Residence — Amwell Grove, Ware, Herts.
Ciiid— New University.



LOYD OP WITHYBROOK.

LoTD, Col. Lewis Tiviax, of Withjbrook,
WolTey, and Grandborough, co. Warwick, and of
Coldham, Cambridgeshire, J.P. and D.L. for the
former co., and J.P. co. Tipperary, late Lieut.
Grenadier Guards, M.P. for Chatham and CoL
Commanding 2nd Vol. Batt. Koyal Warwick
Eegt., b. 14 Nov. 1852 ; m. 14 Aug. 1879, Lady
Ma'ry Sophia Hely-Hutchinson, eldest dau. of
Bichard John, 4th Earl of Donoughmore, and has
issue,

I. Lewis Richard William, h. 17 April, 1332.

u. Eobert John Henry, 6. 11 May, 1884.

I. Gertrude Harriet Jocelyn, 6. 22 Dec. 1887.

Mr. Lewis Vivian Loyd,M.P., is the eldest son of
the late William Jones Loyd Esq. of Langleybury,
Herts (.see Loyd of Monk's Orchard mid Lillesden).

Sec-.<— Chariecote Park, Warwick. Toion House— S, BuUand
•Gate, London, S.W.



liUARD OF BLYBOROUGH.

LrAED, John Godfeey, Esq. of Blyborough
JBall, CO. Lincoln, b. 13 Dec. 1862.

Xiineage.— Petep. Luabd, came to England from France



at the Revocation of tlie Edict of Nantes. He m. Elinor
Sampson, and had a son,

Peter Abraham Luard, Esq., a Hamburgh Merchant,
was b. 1703. He was one of the leading men of London
who signed an address to his Majesty George II., offering their
services to defend him against the Pretender, 1745. This
gentlemen 7n. 1st, Elizabeth Myre, by whom he had a son,
Peter Robert, of whom presently. He ?)(. 2ndly, Henrietta
Gabriella, dau. of the Rev. James Abraham Gilbert, Chaplaia
to William 111., by Catherine his wife, dau. of John Pierre,
Boullicr, Esq., and had, besides two daus. (one m. Mr. Davis,
and the other Mr. Cazalet), a son,

I. William, 7)!. 27 Sept. 1764, Anne, only dau. of John
Wright, Esq. of Hatfield Priory, Essex, and by her (who d.
3 March, 1799; left at his decease, 29 Jan. 1802,

1 John, h. 1 June, 1766 ; m. 17 Aug. 1795, Charlotte Lucy
Kynaston, of the ancient family of Kynaston o/ Harwich,
Salop, and had issue, 1 Thomas William, in. 4 Nov. 1835,
Louisa Georgina Sophia, eldest dau. of the Rev. Thomas
Morgan, LL.D., Vicar of Hampton, Prebendary of Wells,
by his wife, the Baroness von Hiniiber, Maid of Honour
to Queen Charlotte, and dau. of the Baron von Hiniiber,
and had issue an only child, Thomas Davies, m. 1858, his
cousin, Cliarlotte Eliza (who in. 2ndly, Capt. Field, E.N.),
dau. of Robert Luard, Esq., and d. leaving two daus.,
Ellen Christine ; and Blariana Florence ; 2 Peter, d. unni.;

3 .John, C.B., Col, in the Bengal Army, m. Louisa Mit-
chell, and has issue; 4 Robert Davies, a Judge in India,
m. Marianne, 2nd dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Lionel Smith,
Bart., G.C.B., G.C.H., and has issue, of whom the 2nd
dau., Charlotte Eliza, m. 1st, 1858, her cousin, Thomas
Davies Luard, Esq., and 2ndly, Capt. Field, R.N. ; 1
Charlotte Dorothy, m. the Rev. Richard Downes, and
</. s. p. 25 Aug. 1874 ; 2 Iliza, m. the Rev. Charles Shuk-
burgh.

2 Peter, who assumed the additional surname and arms of
Wright, on inheriting the estate of Hatfield. He m. Mary
Anne Bemett, and had issue five sons and four daus. {see
Wright of Hatfield Priory ).

3 William Wright {see Luard of The Lodge).

1 Mary Anne, m. Oct. 1796, George Hyde WoUaston, Esq.

2 Henrietta, m. Charles Brown, Esq., who changed his
name to Hdnt.

Mr. Luard d. 1768. His son by his 1st wife,

Peter Robert Luard, Esq., b. 25 Dec. 1727; m. Jane, dau.
of Zachariah Bourr)-au, Esq., a wealthy West Indian pro-
prietor, who possessed estates in Grenada and St. Kitt's and
who, 1747, purchased the estate of Blyborough, co. Lincoln,
from the family of Southcote. By this lady Mr. Luard had
issue, Peter John, of whom we treat ; Francis, m. Miss Shawe,
and had issue ; and Harriet, m. Hungerford Spooner, Esq.,
and d. s.p. 1832. Mr. Luard d. 1802. His eldest son,

Peter John Luard, Esq. of Blyborough, Capt. 4th Dra-
goons, in. 1783-4, Louisa, dau. of Charles Dalbiac, Esq. of
Hungerford Park, by his first wife, Miss De Visme, and by her
had issue,

I. Charles Bourryau, his successor.

II. Peter Francis, M.D.. 6. 16 Sept. 1786; m. 1816, Mary
Magdalene, dau. of William Morgan, Esq., and had issue,

1 Peter William, h. 1817; m. 1st, Emma Anne, dau. of
Capt. J. Hodson, H.E.I.C.S., which lady d. 1841. He
■m. 2ndly, Emelia Frederica, dau. of Major Crom-
melin, H.E.I.C.S., and has issue, two sons and a dau.,
Peter, b. 1843; Neville Edward, b. 1848; and Emelia
Lucy.

2 George Francis, 6. 1821; m. 1843, Jane, dau. of Lieut.
G. Hamilton, and has issue, one son and three daus.

8 Henry Reynolds, 6. 18'28, Capt. B.E. ; m. Caroline Leg-
gatt, and d. 1870, leaving a son and a dau.

4 Philip Edward, 6. 1831, Lieut. R.N.

1 Alice Louisa, d. v.nra. 1827.

2 Lucy, in. Rev. Arthur Charles Luard, Vicar of Wad-
worth.

3 Mary, m. 1849, Joseph Stirling, Esq., Capt. R.N., and
has two sons and one dau.

III. George, 6. 1788, was Major (half-pay), served ia the
Peninsula and at Waterloo; d. unra. Dec. 1847.

IV. John, late Lieut.-Col. 10th Regt., served in the R.N.
1802-7. entered 4th Dragoons 1809, served in the Penin-
sula, and was at Waterloo and Bhurtpore, 6. 5 May, 1790;
m. 1826, Elizabeth, dau. of Col. WilUain Scott, H.E.I. C.S.,
and dying 1875, left issue,

1 Richard George Amherst, 6. 29 July, 1827, Lieut.-Gen.,
served in the Crimea and China, and m. 1863, Hannah,
dau. of H. Chamberlata, Esq. of Narborough, Norlolk,
by whom he has five sons and one dau.

2 John Dalbac, 6. 31 Oct. 1831, late 82nd Regt. ; d. 1860.

3 Frederic Peter, Lieut.-Col. Bengal Staff Corps, served in
the Indian campaigns 1857-8, and at Pekin with Fane's
Horse ; m. 1870, Lydia, dau. of — Palmer, Esq. of Jeru-

4 Charles Henry, b. 1837, Lieut.-Col. B.E. ; m. 1869,
Amelia, dau. of — Martin, Esq., and has issue.



LIJA



THE LANDED GENTRY.



LUC



1253



1 Elizabeth Louisa.

2 Siisan Anne Maria, m. 1876, Gerald W. Martin, Esq.,
Bengal Staff Corps, and d. Nov. 1877.

V. Henry, a Banker, 6. 4 Dec. 1792; m. 1825, Jane, dan. of
— Kichards, Esq., and has issue, Henry Kichard, Charles
■William, William Eichard, and Louisa.

VI. Edward (Rev.), M.A., St. John's Coll. Camb., Rector of
Winterslow, Salisbury, 18-16, b. 1795 ; m. July, 1821, Julia
Darandu, dau. of Edward Coxe, Esq. of Hampstead, and
had issue,

1 Edward Charles, h. 11 April, 1826.

1 Emma AmeUe, m. 1851, C. E. Ereeling, Esq., and has
issue. 2 Julia Louisa.

VII. Robert Luabd Selbt, of The Mote, Ightham, Kent,
J. P., Brevet-Major and late ,Capt. R.A., h. 24 Oct. 1800;
m. 1st, June, 1833, Mary, 3rd dau. of Col. Richard Elm-
hirst, of West Ashby, co. Lincoln, and by her had issue,

1 Robert Reginald, Ensign 9th Foot, b. 15 March, 1837,
accidentally killed 1857.

2 Charles Edward, Lieut.-Col., R.E., I. 13 Oct. 1839.
Major Luard m. 2ndly, Oct. 1850, Lewis Marianne, eldest
dau. and co-heir of Piidcaux John Selby, Esq. of Twizell
House, Northumberland, and The Mote, Ightham, Kent (on
whose death Major Luard assumed the surname of Selbt),
and widow of Charles John Bigge, Esq. of Linden, and d.
1880, having by her had issue,

3 Bertram Selby, b. 1853.
1 Beatrice.

viii. Octavius (Rev.), M.A. of St. John's CoU. Camb., 6. 21
June, 1804, Rector of Aunsby, co. Lincoln, m. Maria, dau.
of W. C. Booth, Esq. of Twemlow, co. Chester and had
three sons and two daus.

I. Louisa Susannah.

Capt. Luard d. 23 May, 1836, and was s. by his eldest son,

Charles Bourryau Luard, Esq. of Blyborough, b. 16 April,
1785 ; m. 23 Aug. 1821, Henrietta, eldest dau. aud co-heir of
John Armytage, Esq. of Northampton (brother of the late Sir
George Armytage, Bart.), and by her (who d. 3 Aug. 1873.)
had issue,

George AcGUSTrs, of Blyborough.

John Godfrey, b. 21 Oct. 1829': m. 17 Oct. 1861, Frances
Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas W. Lawford, Esq., and d. 5 Nov.
1862, leaving a son, John Godfrey, now of Blyborough.
Frederic, Capt. R.A., b. 3 Feb. 1831 ; d. tinm. 27 April, 1858.
Alfred, b. 30 Jan. 1832; m. 18 Oct. 18G6, Edith, 2nd dau. of
J. Johnson, Esq. of Sunnyside, Canada West, and has
issue.

Arthur Charles (Rev.), B.A., Vicar of Wadworth, b. 30 Jan.
1832 (twin with Alfred); m. 23 July, 18G1, his cousin,
Lucy, eldest dau. of Peter F. Luard, M.D., and has issue.
Henrietie Louisa, m. April, 1845, the Rev. Thomas Booth
Wright, M.A., Rector of Broughton, co. Lincoln, 2nd son
of the Rev. Godfrey Wright, of Billiam House, co. York.
Louisa, d. unm. 18 April, 18J5, aged 19.
Maria Jane, d. xmni. 27 April, 1845, aged 16.
Mr. Luard d. 26 May, 1855, and was s. by his son,

George Augustus Luard, Esq. of Blyborough, Hall, co.
Lincoln, J. P., &. 25 Sept. 1824 ; in. 23 Aug. 1855, Maria Louisa
Elizabeth, 4th dau. of the Rev. Joseph Storey, of Bingfield co.
Cavan, d. s.p. 1888, and was s. by his nephew, Joun Godfrey
Luard, Esq.
ISeat — Blyborough Hall, Kirton-in-Lindsay, co. Lincoln.



LUARD OF THE LODGE, WITHAM:.

Lttabd, Admieal William Geanham, C.B., of
The Lodge, Witliam, Essex, J. P. Admiral E.N.,
Pres. Eoyal Naval Coll., b. 7 April, 1820; m. 7
April, 1858, Charlotte, 3rd dau. of the Eev. Henry
Du Cane, of The Grove, Witham, aud has issue,

I. William DuCane, 6. 4 Sept. 1862, Capt. R.E.

II. George Du Cane, 6. 31 Aug. 1863 ; d. 31 May. 1873.

III. Herbert Du Cane, b. 25 March, 1870, Lieut. R.N.

IV. Arthur Du Cane, b. 5 July, 1873.

I. Charlotte Annie, m. 1 Nov. 1887, Richard "Villi ers Hardy,
Esq.

II. Henrietta Louisa. in. Alice Mary.
IV. Edith Jane. v. Amy Florence.
VI. Frances Maud. vii. Lilian Emily.
vin. Gertrude Octavia.

Lineage.— William Wright Luabd, Esq. of The Lodge,
"Witham, Essex, J.P. and D.L. (3rd son of William Luard,
Esq., half-brother of Peter Robert Luard, Esq. of Blyborough,
CO. Lincoln (refirto that family), b. 31 Aug. 1786; m. 10 Oct.
1815, Charlotte, only child of Thomas Garnham, Esq. of Fel-
sham Hall, Suffolk, and d. 13 Aug. 1857. having l>y her (who
d. 29 May, 1875) had issue,



William Gabnham, now of The Lodge, Witham.

Thomas Garnham (Eev.), M.A., Eural Dean, Hon. Canon of
St. Albans, and "Vicar of Stansted, 6. 24 Jlay, 1821 ; m.
19 May, 1847, Jane Anne, dau. of James Inglis, Esq. of Nor-
wood, Surrey, and d. 9 Jan. 1886, lea\ing a son, Thomas
Inglis (Rev.), M.A.

Alexander Garnham, 6. 1827 ; d. 2 Aug. 1829.

Frederick Garnham, 6. 22 June, 1829 ; d. 4 Feb. 1857.

Bixby Garnham (Rev.), M.A., "Vicar of Aveley, Essex, 6. 25
Jan. 1835; m. 1860, Clara Isabella Sandford, dau. of the
Eev. John Bramston, Vicar of Witham, and has a son,
Frederick Bramston, five other sons, and five daus.

Charlotte Garnham, m. 28 June, 1836, Jacob H. Pattison,
Esq., and has issue, ten sons and six daus.

Henrietta Garnham, m. 25 June, 1844, the Eev. Reginald
Guy Bryan, and d. 3 Jan. 1849.

Jane Garnham.

Elizabeth Garnham, m. 2 July, 1845, the Rev. Frederick
John Ross Laurence, of Exeter Coll. Oxon, S.C.L., Rector
of Tiptree Heath, Essex, and Rural Dean, and has issue,
five sons and seven daus.

Mary Anne Garnham.

Helen Garnham, m. the Rev. William Eaynes, Tutor of
Clare Coll. Camb., and has issue, one son and three daus.

Seat — The Lodge, Witham, Essex.



LUCAS OF CASTLE SHANE.

Lucas, Edwaed Scudamoee, Esq. of Castle
Shane, co. Monaghan, J.P. and D.L. cos. Monaghan
and Hereford, High Sheriff co. Monaghan 1879, and
J. P. CO. Radnor, Capt. and Hon. Major Hereford
Militia, b. 8 March, 1853 ; s. his uncle 1874.

Lineage.— In the early part of the 17th century, several
members of the Lucas family migrated from England, and
settled in the sister island, where their descendants still
remain, in the cos. of Clare, Cork, King's co., and Monaghan.
In the last they acquired, partly by purchase and partly by
royal grant, considerable estates, which were erected into a
manor by patent of Charles 11., 1683, "to be called the
Manor of Castle Shane," and the principal part of which has
ever since continued in the family.

Francis Lucas, Esq., the first of Castle Shane, whose will,
dated 15 Oct. 1657, was proved 8 Dec. 1057, ra. Mary Poyntz,
and by her (who m. 2ndly, Robert Moore, Esq.) had a dau.
Lucy, the wife of Charles, son of Sir Toby Poyntz, and five
sons, Franics; Robert; William; Richard; and Charles. The
eldest,

Francis Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, b. 1646, d. about 1705,
and was s. by his eldest son,

Francis Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, M.P. for the borougli
of Monaghan from 1713 to 1747. He d. unm. in the latter year,
and was s. by his brother,

Edward Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, m. 1st, Elizabeth,
dau. of Thomas Smyth, Esq. of Drumcree, co. Westniealh ;
and 2ndly, Abigail, Mrs. Brook, widow, n^e Hancock. By the
former he had (with three daus.) to sons, i. Thomas, who-
</. V. p., leaving by Alice, his wife, dau. of William, 6th Lord
Blayney, several children, of whom Edward, the eldest, in-
herited, and Francis, of Grenan, m. Mary, dau. of Hugh.
Savage, Esq. of Ardkeen, co. Down. Mr. Lucas d. 1756, and
was s. by his grandson,

Edward Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, M.P. for co. Mona-
ghan, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Savage, Esq. of Ardkeen,.
and had, with other issue,

Francis, of Castle Shane, d. s. p. 1789.

Charles, of whom presently.

Edward (Rev.), m. Elizabeth Ann, dau. of Theophilus Cle-
ments, Esq. of Rathkenny, and was father of Theophilus
Edward Lucas, who took the name of Clements.
The 2nd son,

Charles Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, Barrister-at-Law, m.
l.st, 1786, Sarah, eldest dau. of Sir James Hamilton, Knt. of
Monaghan ; and 2ndly, Louisa, dau. of Evatt, Esq. of Mount
Louisa. By the former he left at his decease, 1796, an only
child and successor.

Right Hon. Edward Ldcas, of Castle Shane, J. P., High
Sheriff 1817, M.P. CO. Monaghan 1834-41, and Under-Secretary
of State for Ireland 1841-46, sworn of the Privy Council there-
1845, b. 27 Sept. 1787; m. 1812, Anne, 2nd dau. of William
Ruxton, Esq. of Ardee House, co. Louth, M.P. for Ardee, and
by her (who d. 15 Aug. 1880) had issue,

I. Frances, formerly lieut. 46th Regt., d. unm. 1846.

II. Edward William, of Castle Shane.

III. Fitzherbert, Dacre, m. '24 May, 1852, Laura Adelaida
only child of Lieut.-Col. John Lucy Scudamore, of Kent-
church Court, CO. Hereford («€ that laiuili/) and had issue



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by her (who m. 2ndly, 1S59, John Donegan, Esq. of Carrig-
iiiorc, CO. Cork), Edwasd Sccdamore, now of Castle Shane.
Mr. Lucas d. 30 Sept. 1857, of a wound received the pre-
vious day at Lucknow, where, as for four months previously,
he had acted ;is a Volunteer.

IV. Charles I'ierrepont, Capt. Bengal N.I., h. 1823.

V. Gould Arthur, of Loner Ucomanzi, Natal, late Capt. 73rd
Kegt., now B.M., 6.1829; m. 1857, Chirstabella, dau. of
William Allen, Esq. of Liscongill, co. Cork.

I. Catherine Anne, m. 1852, Samuel Fitzherbert Filgatc,
■ Esq., J. P., of Hillsborough, co. Down.

II. Anna Isabella. in. Isabella Florinda.
Tiight Hon. Edward Lucas d. 12 Nov. 1871, and was s. by his
son,

Edward William Lucas, Esq. of Castle Shane, J.P. and
D.L., Lieut. 88th Regt., who was 6. 1819 ; d. 1874, and was s.
by his nephew, now of Castle Shane.

Arm.i — Arg., a fess between fix annulets gu. Cve-ft — A demi-
srriffin arg. beaked and membered or. Motto — Stat rt-ligione
parentuni.

Heat — Castle Shane, near Monaghan.



LUCAS OF EATHEAIiY.

Lucas, Hexet, Esq. of Rathealj, co. Cork, J.P.,
late Major 3rd Batt. Eoyal Munster Fusiliers,
formerly Capt. 45th Eegt., b. 28 July, 1827 ; on. 6
Sept. 1864, Emma, dau. of William Wliitla, Esq.
of Lisburn, co. Antrim and has issue,

I. Arthur Hyde, 6. May, 1865, d. 3 Jan. 1891.

II. Henry John, b. 1866.

in. Frederick Reginald, b. 1870.

IV. Reginald, 6. 1877.

I. Ada Elizabeth. ii. Nellie.

III. Mary.

Liineage. — The Rathealy branch of the Lucas family
settled at Youghal about the year 1640.

Jasper Ldcas, a Merchant at Youghal, d. circa 1630, m.
Jane, dau. of John Atkins, Esq. of Minehead, Somerset, and
was father of

Jasper Lucas, in. 11 May, 1635, Jane, eldest dau. of Samuel
Hayman, Esq. of Youghal, and widow of John Vaughan, Esq.
of the same town, and by her (who d. 13 Dec. 1718) had issue,
John, his heir; Jasper, ancestor of Lucas, of Richfordstown,
represented by John Rashleigh Lucas, Esq. J.P. ; Samuel,
buried at Youghal, 27 Dec. 1694; Atkin, bapt. 1 Jan. 1697, d.
Feb. 1700; Elizabeth, m. Dee. 1708, Henry Rugge, Esq. of
Ballydaniel, Recorder of and M.P. for Youghal. He d. 9 Sept.
1710, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Lucas, an Alderman of Y'oughal, m. 19 Oct. 1714,
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Arthur Hyde, Esq. of Castle Hyde,
and had i.-?sue, Arthur Htde, his heir; three other sons, who
(1. unm. ; and two daus., Jane, in. Alderman James Uniacke,
of Youghal ; and Elizabeth, m. Hull Attfield, Esq. He d.
12 June, 1732, and was s. by his eldest son,

Arthur Hide Lucas, of Grange, near Femioy, b. 6 March,
1715-16. He m. 4 June, 1750, Jane, dau. of John Smyth,
Esq. of Rathcoursey, and by her (who d. 1805), had issue,
Arthur; Henrietta, r,i. 1st, 1774, Thomas Bernard, Esq. of
Palace Anne, and 2ndly, Richard Perrj-, Esq. of Cor



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