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8G3, Isabel
Mary, Viscountess Downe, relict of Henry, Viscount Downe,
and youngest dau. of the Hon. Richard Bagot, bishop of
Bath and Wells, by the Lady Harriet Bagot, and has issue,



Sidney Eniald Ralph, Capt. Srd Batt. Princess of Wales
Own > orks. Uegt., 6. 1863, and Beatrice Mary.

IV. William, b. 14 Feb. and d. 15 April, 1832.

v. Cecil Newton, of Whiston Hall, Shropshire, J. P., 5. 27
Blay, 1833, C.M.G., late Col. 1st Staffordshire Militia,
late Her Majesty's Resident of the Island of Cephalonia,
m. 12 Dec. 1876, Adela Mary, youngest dau. of the Hon.
and Rev. the Hon. Frederic and Lady Georgina Bertie, and
has issue,

I. Newton Frederic Seymour, b. 15 April, 1879.

II. Percy Ernald, 6. 15 Jan. 1881.
HI. John Ronald, b. 31 Dec. 1884.

I. Georgina Agnes Jane, 6. 13 Jan. 1882.

VI. Grcville Charles, 6. 4 Nov. 1834, Capt. (lialf-pay) late
Rifle Brigade, d. 1 Dec. 1878.

VII. Ernald (Ven.), M.A. Archdeacon of Stoke-upon-Trent,
and Rector of Leigh, co Stafford, formerly Fellow of All
Saint's Coll. Oxon, b. 3 March, 1836 ; m. 1879, Evelyn, dau.
of J. W. Philips, Esq., J.P. of Heybridge, Staffordshire.

VIII. Arthur Lewis, b. 18 July, 1840; d. 3 March, 1846.

IX. Edward Alfred Reginald, b. 12 Aug. 1841; d. 29 Sept.
1854.

X. Ronald Bertram, Col. late R.B., A.A.G. at headquarters,
was Assistant Military Secretary to Lord C. Russell, C.B.,
Com. forces in Canada, was A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of
Connaught in Egypt and to General Newdigate in the
Zulu campaign, b. 19 Feb. 1847; m. 11 April, 1893,
Augusta Sarah, Srd dau. of the late John A. Beaumont, Esq.
of VVimtjledon Park.

I. Agnes Loui.sa, d,. 15 June, 1842.

II. Alice Frances Jane, d. 17 Feb. 1846.

III. Edith Emmeline Mary, m. 25 Aug. 1868, Walter James
James, Lord Northbourne.

IV. Isabel Emma Beatrice, ?». 11 April, 1872, Percy Brodrick
Bernard, Esq., eldest son of the Hon. and Right Rev. Charles
Bernard, Bishop of Tuani, and had issue, a dau. who d.
an infant, and a son, Ronald Percy Hamilton. Mrs. Percy
Bernard d. 1 May, 1876.

Mr. Lane d. 13 Oct. 1869, and was s. by his son,

John Henby Bagot Lane, Esq. of King's Bromley Manor,
of the Srd King's Own Stafford Rifles, and Lieut.-Col. Coldstream
Guards, M.A., J.P. for co. Berks and co. Stafford, 6. 24 Feb.
1829 ; m. 28 Jan. 1864, Susan Anne, dau. and co-heir of Henry
William Vincent, Esq. of Lily Hill, Berks, andBradwell Grove,
CO. Oxford, and had issue,

I. John Henkt Heevet Vincent, now of King's Bromley.

II. Arthur Edward Cecil, b. 23 Aug. 1871.

III. George Alfred Osborne, 6. 10 July, 1875.

I. AgnesMary Jane, 6. 21 Oct. 1864; d. 13 May, 1871.

II. Florence Louisa Jane, b. 17 Dec. 18,65 : to. 3 Aug. 1S36.
Hon. Frederic Anson, 4th son of the Earl of Lichfield.

III. Constance Jane, b. 21 April, 1869.

IV. LiUan Emily Isabel Jane, 6. 9 Dec. 1878.
Col. Lane d. 22 March, 1886.

Arms — Per fess or and az., a chevron gu. between three
mullets counterch.angeil ; on a canton of the third, the royal
lions of England (the latter added for the reason mentioned
above) ; quartering Dk la Hyde, Wyrley, Fowler, and many
others. Crest — A strawberry roan horse saliant couped at the
flanks, bridled sa bitted and garnished or, supporting between
the feet an imperial crown ppr. Motto — Garde le Roy.

Seals — King's Bromley Manor, near Lichfield, co. Stafford ;'
and Lily Hill, Bracknell, co. Berks.

Clubs — Wellington, Travellers', and White's.



liANE OF GLENDEN.

Lane, Majoe - Gen. Charles Pcwlett, of
Glenden, co. Dorset, J.P. aud D.L., Major-Gen.
late 21st Hussars, b. 8 Feb. 1826 ; m. 1st, 2 Sept.
1857, Caroline, youngest dau. of G. Lucy, Esq. of
Charlecote Park, co. Warwick, and by her (who d.
6 March, 1864) has issue,

I. Aymeb Powlett, b. 10 July, 18C0.

He m. 2ndly, 14 Sept. 1869, Bertha D'Albiac,
only dau. of John Du Boulay, Esq. of Donhead
Hail, Wilts, and by her has issue,

II. Reginald Powlett, b. 14 Oct. 1871.

III. Marwood Elton, b. 6 Oct. 1874.

Lineage.— This branch of the Lano family is of some
antiquity in co. Northampton. In 1469 (9 Edward IV.),
William Lane was possessed of Orlingbury Manor or Lordship,
and d. 1546, leaving it to his eldest son. Sir Ralph Lane.
During the civil wars the family removed into co. Bucks,
where Thomas Lane, son of the above Sir Ralph, purchased
the manor and estate of Hitchenden, or Ewenden, and had
two sons, John, his heir, and Robert, Vicar of Hitchenden,
who was buried there 27 Nov. 1572. The eldest son,

John Lane, of Hitchenden, who d. 1578, was father of



LAN



THE LAISTDED GENTRY.



LAK



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EoBEKT Lane, in. Alice, dau! of Robert Saunders, of Ham-
bledon, co. Bucks, and had issue. Hia 4th son,

Fkancis Lane, of London, merchant, bapt. 5 Nov. 1587 ; m.
twice, and had issue by both wives. His 2nd son (by the first
■wife), John Lane, also of the City of London, b. about 1621 ;
lined for Sheriff and Alderman ; ni. 1st, Elizabeth Taylor, of
CO. Stafford; and 2ndly, Anne, eldest dau. of Sir John Trevor,
Knt. of Trevalyn, and widow of Alderman Welden. By the
former (who d. 22 Nov. 1677) Mr. Lane left (with a dau. Jlary,
m. Paul Foley, of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, Speaker of the
House of Commons) a son and successor.

Sir Thcmas Lane, Knt., Alderman of London, Sheriff of
that city 1693, and Lord Mayor 1695. He m. 1st, Blary, sister
of Sir Henry Ashhurst, Bart., and 2ndly, Elizabeth, relict of
Sir Thomas Cuddcn, Knt., Chamberlain of London. By the
former (who d. 29 Nov. 1698) he had (with several daus., one
of whom, Elizabeth, m. Sir David Hamilton, M.D.), four sons,
of whom the eldest,

John Lane, Esq., 6. 1677; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Henry
Ilovenor, merchant of London, and by her (who d. 21 Dec.
1783) had, with other issue, Thomas, a Master in Chancery,
and a 4th son,

William Lane, Esq., 6. 1709 ; m. Elizabeth Pynseut, of the
family of Sir William Pynsent, Bart, of Burton Pynsent, Devon,
n.nd by her (who had been previously m. to Mr. Anderson, and
d. 1807) had issue,

William, who m. twice ; by his first wife he had VTilliam ;
Thomas. Mary; and Eliza, m. Benjamin Wlutelock, Esq. ;
and by his 2nd (Susan, dau. of Kev. Dr. Pollock) he had
Charlton, of Jesus Coll. Cambridge, M. A., Piector of Hamp-
Etead, Middlesex, d. leaving issue ; Charles Thomas, Bar-
rister-at-Law, deceased, and Susan.

Thomas, of whom presently.

John, Rector of SawLridgeworth, Herts, and High Readings,
Essex, m. Molly Impey, niece of Sir Elijah Impey ; and d.
1817, leaving issue.
Mr. Lane d. 1785. His 2nd son,

Thomas Lane, Esq., 6. 2 Jan. 1759 ; m. 28 May, 1788, Sarah
Charlotte, only dau. of John Williams, Esq. of Dorset and of
Wimpole Street, by Charlotte Thornhill his wife; and d. 15
Nov. 1822, leaving an only surviving child,

Charles Lane, Esq. of Badgemore, co. Oxford, J. P. and
D.L., Barrister-at-Law, 6. 27 Oct. 1793; m. 3 Jan. 1S24, Emily
jNIaria, 2nd dau. of John Thornhill, Esq., and by her (who d.
21 July, 1S77) had issue,

I. Charles Powlett, now of Badgemore.

II. Thomas Thornhill, 6. 14 Nov. 183S; d. 3 April, 1873.

III. John Reynolds (Rev.), M. A., Rector of Tattersett-with-
Tatterford, Norli.lk, b. 14 Nov. 1835.

IV. Cudbert W^iUiam Jones, 6. 10 March, 1842 ; d. unm. 9
Sept. 1864.

I. Francina Maria, m. 16 May, 1865, the Eight Rev. Thomas
Baker Morrell, D.D., late Bishop (coadjutor; of Edinburgh,
who d. 15 Nov. 1877. She vi. 2ndiy, 6 Way, 1685, Lord
Keane.

II. Henrietta Catharine, m. 28 April, 1856, Valentine Dudley
Henry Cary Elwes, Esq., late of the 12th Lancers, only son
and heir of Cary Charles Elwes, Esq. ol Greai. Billing Hall,
CO. Northampton; d. 28 April, lb64, leaving no issue {ste
Elwes of Great Billing).

III. Emily Rose, m. 15 April, 1857, Rev. Henry George
Eland, M.A., Vicar of Bedminster, near Bristol, who is
deceased.

IV. Anna Maria, d. 16 May, 1836.

V. Helena Ursula, d. 17 March, 1887.
Mr. Lane d. 9 Dec. 1878.

Arms — Per pale az. and gu. three saltiers couped arg. Crest
— Two griffins' heads, one gu. the other az. issuing out of a
crescent or. Motio — Nee degenero.

Seat — Glanden, Wiraborne.

6Yu6— Naval and Military.



LANE OF MIDDLETON.

Lane, Henkt Chaeles, Esq. of Middleton, co.
Sussex, J.P., b. 10 Feb. 1832 ; m. 26 July, 1860,
Katharine, 4th dau. of the Eev. Anthony Lewis
Lambert, Eector of Chilbolton, Hants. Mr. H. C.
Lane was educated at Eton and Christ Church,
Oxford, and was formerly Lieut. 2nd Life Q-iiards.

Lineage — Thomas Lane, Esq., M.D., of Southover, m.
Mary, dau. of Walter Dobell, sole heir to her uncle, William
Dobell, of Streat, co. Sussex, and by her (who d. 1798, aged
84) had issue, William, rf. s. p. 1772 ; and Thomas. He d. 1779,
aged 73. His younger son,

Thomas Lane, Esq., in. 7 Dec. 1782, Mary, dau. of John
Ingrey, of AshweU, Herts, and by her (who d. Oct. 1833) had
issue,



Henry Thomas, of whom presently.

Harriet, vi. Rev. John Austen, Eector of Cheveniag, co.

Kent, and d. 1873, aged 83.
Mary Anne, m. Rev. William Anthony FitzHugh, Eector of
Streat, and </. 1869, aged 71.
Mr. Lane d. 1805, aged 50. His son,

Henrt Thomas Lane, Esq., m. 1831, Jane Rachel, 5th dau.
of Charles Lambert, Esq., and by her had issue, an only son,

Eev. Henkt Charles, now of Middleton.
Mr. Lane d. 15 Feb. 1834, aged 40. HiswiiowM. 2adly, I83S,
Eev. Edward Pering Henstowe, and liad issue,
I. Edward John Lambert Bartheleraon, Vicar of Bridport,
CO. Dorset, m. Isabel, 3rd dau. of Edward Bagehot, Esq.
and has issue, Henry Bagehot; Lionel; Walter; Leonard;
and Dorothea Mabel.
I. Cecilia Jane, m. Aired FitzHugh, C.B., Major-Gen.
(retired), late Col. Comm. 5th Goorkhas, and has issue.
Alfred Edward Lane. ii. Jane Bachel.

.i^rms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Lane, per saltire az. and gu.
in chief two saltires couped, and another in base, arg. in each
tiank a mullet, or; 2nd and 3rd, Dobell, sa., a doe passant,
between three bells, arg. Crest — Two griphons' heads erased,
addorsed, or, in the beak of each a sprig of laurel, ppr. Motto
— Loyal jusqu'a la mort.

Seat — Middleton, Hassocks, co. Sussex.



LANE OF GEATTANS.

Lane, "William, Esq. of Grattans, co. Devon,
Lord of the Manor of Bow, b. 17 Oct. 1819 ; m.
1848, Eliza, dau. of Elias Tremlett, of Sandford,
and has issue,

William, b. 1852 ; m. 1879, Mary Langdon, dau. of the late
James Dunning, Esq. of Throwleigh, Devon, and has
issue, I. Percival DcNNiNg; u. John Dimning ; and i,
Winnifred Mary.

Mr. Lane is son of John Lane, Esq. of Woolsgrove,
Devon (son of John Lane, by his wife Betty), who
d. 1832, by his wife Sophia {m. 1817), dau. of
Thomas Hemens, Esq. of Bridford, Devon.
Seai— Grattans, Bow, E.S.O., N.Devon.



LANE-CLAYPON OF TYTTON HALL.

Lane - Claxpon, William Waed Clatpon,
Esq. of Tytton Hall, co. Lincoln, J. P. (Holland
Division), b. 1 Aug. 1845; m. 14 June, 1871,
Edith Margaret, youngest dau. of William Fen-
wick Stow, Esq. of Ked Hall, Leeds, and has issue.

I. Joseph Charlton, b. 9 May, 1831.

II. Edward William, b. 7 March, 1886.

I. Edith Marian Claypon. ii. Janet Elizabeth.

This gentleman, who assumed the name of Clatpon
by royal licence in 1877, is the youngest son of
EcT. Charlton Lane, who d. 29 May, 1875, by his
wife, Jane Hill m. 22 Feb. 1832 ; and d. 20 April,
1877). He has had two brothers, Charlton George
Lane (Kev.) who d. 2 Nov. 1892, and Charles
Thomas Lane, of Dangstein, Sussex, J.P. and C.C.,
b. 1840, m. 1872, Minna, dau. of the late Joseph
Locke, Esq. M.P. and widow of James Henry
Edward Archedeckne Butler, Esq. and lias issue,
Eobert Charlton, b. 18', 3 ; and two sisters, Louisa,
Burnham and Mary E. FlintofP.
Seat — Tytton Hall, Boston, co. Lincoln.



LANE OF MOUNDSLEY HALL.
Lank, Chaeles Pelham:, Esq. of Moundsley
Hall, CO. Worcester, J.P. for cos. of Worcester and
Warwick, M.A. Oxford ; b. 25 Sept. 1851 ; m. 22
Feb. 1877, Catharine George Ann, eldest dau. of
George Webster Napier, Esq. of Wilmslow, co.
Chester, and has issue,

I. Thomas Eeginald Pelham, b. 23 May, 1878.

II. Charles Cyril Pelham, b. 19 Aug. 1879.

III. Arthur Geoffrey Napier, b. 30 June, 1883.
I. Dorothy Evelyn, 6. 18 Feb. 1881.



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LAN-



Mr. Lane s. to Moundsley Hall on tLe death of
his father lS7t3.

Lineag-e. — Thomas Laxb, cf Hanaswortli, co. Stafford,
foiTiierly of Birmingham, co. Warwick, d. 27 Aug. 1842, aged
80, leaving, tiy Susanna his wife (sister of Elizabeth Harrison),
•who d. 27 June, 1S41, an only .^on,

Joseph Lane, of Aston, co. Warwick, and formerly of Bir-
mingham, 6. 31 Dec. 1735; m. 1 May, 1819, Sarah, dau. of
Eichard Swinborne, of Yardley, co. Worcester, and d. 24 Nov.
1S73, leaving by her (who d. 31 March, 185S) an only son,

Thouas Lane, Esq. of Moundsley Hall, J. P. and D.L. co.
Worcester, J. P. co. Warwick, purchased this property In
1852 from Edward Dawson, Esq., b. 21 Jan. 1820; m. 6 July,
1843, Anne Perry, 2nd dau. of Charles Shaw, Esq. of
Zdgbaston, and d. 27 May, 1876, having by her (who d. 25
Jan. 18t)2) had issue,

I. Charles Pelham, now of Moundsley Hall.
I. Annie Constance, ft. 30 June, 1844; m.2 March, 1871,
Kcv. James Joseph Myrton Cunynghame (youngest son of
Col. Sir David Cunynghame, Bart, of Miliicraig, co. Ayr),
Kector of Horseheath, co. Cambridge, and d. 24 Sept. 1889,
leaving by him (wliorf. 20 July, 1885), live daus.
n. Mary Jane Ahce, b. 1 Jan. 1846; d. 25 Oct. 1873.
Arms — Per pale, az. and gu., four crescents in fesse betw.
three saltires, or. Cresl — i'wo griffins' heads, couped and
addorsed, the dexter az., and the sinister gu., in front tliere-
of a crescent, betw. twosaltiris fessewise, arg.' Motto — Tenai
ut fidelis.
iSeoi— Moundsley Hall, King's Xorton, co. Worcester.
Clubs — New University, and Primrose.



LANGDALE OF COMPTON.

La'S'gdale, Eey. Geoege Augustus, of Comp-
ton, Sussex, M.A. of St. John's Coll., Cambridge,
Vicar of Comjjton-eum-Upmarden, Sussex, 6. 15
Jan. 1817 ; m. 5 Sept. 1848, Elizabeth Buchanan,
dau. of Henry S. Hyde Wollaston, Esq. of Welling,
Kent, and by her (who d. 6 June, 1893) has had
issue,

I Augustus Wollaston, 6. 15 Sept. 1S49; m. 20 Feb. 1877,
Louisa Constance, youngest dau. of Joha Hardcastle,
Esq. of Wakefield, co. York, ar.d d. 18 Nov. 1885, having
had issue,

Augustus Makmaduke Newnham, b. 18 May, 1878,
Cecil Marmaduke Launcelot, d. an infant.

ii. Walter Atkinson, h. 23 Nov. 1850; d. 7 April, 1875.

III. Horace Marmaduke, JLA., in holy orders, b. 12 May,
1855; m. 6 Nov. 1878, Catherine Elizabeth, dau. of
William Jacob, Esq. of Isle of Wight, and has is»ue,
Kenneth Marmaduke, 6. 17 Feb. 1884; Clifford Marma-
duke, b. 15 Sept. 1886; Avice Hyde, 6. 26 Oct. 1879;
Kathleen Buchanan, 6. 28 Jan. 1882.

I. Fanny Constance, m. 1 Oct. 1889, H. H. Warner Circuitt,
Esq.

Liineage. — George Langdale, Esq. of March, Isle of
Ely, descended from the Langdales of Houghton, co. York, d.
1674, leaving by Margaret his wife, his 2nd but only surviving
son,

Godfrey Langdale, Esq. of Longthorpe, b. in 1674; m.
Margaret, dau. of George Sayer, Esq. of Huntingdon, and by
her (who d. 20 Oct. 1744) had issue. Mr. Langdale, dying 1
Jan. 1737, was s. by his 3rd but only surviving son,

Marmaduke Langdale, Esq. of Southampton How, Blooms-
bur}-, b. 12 Oct. 1719; d. 26 Aug. 1782, leaving by his wife
Mary, only child and heir of John Lighthasel, Esq. a son and
Fuccesaor,

Marmaduke Langdale, Esq. of New Ormond Street,
Queen Square, Holborn, 6. 5 May, 1756; m. 20 Dec. 1778,
Sarah Augusta, eldest dau. of Robert Kelham, Esq. of Great
Gonerby, and Billingborough, co. Lincoln, and of Bush Hill,
Edmonton, co. Middlesex, senior member of the Hon. Society
of Lincoln's Inn, and d. 13 Aug. 1832, having had issue,

I. Marmaduke Eobert, of whom presently.

II. EoEEBT Kelham, who assumed the surname and arms of
Kelham only (see Kelham of Bleasly).

III. George, b. 24 Aug. 1791 ; m. Cora Eliza, dau. of Charles
Cooper, Esq., who d. 9 Dec 1844, leaving issue, Eliza, ni.
25 Jan. 1859, Kev. F. W. De Castro, Kector of Arley, co.
Warwick.

IV. William John, B.A. in Holy Orders, of St. Catherine's
Coll., Camb., b. 9 May, 1796; m. Mary Anne, dau. and co-
heiress of Henry H. Jackson, Esq. of Lewee, Sussex, who
d. 21 Jan. 1885, leaving issue,



1 William Augustus, h. 12 Feb. 1834.

2 Marmaduke Albert, of Leaoroft, Staines. 6.4 Nov. 1839 ;
m. 22 Sept. 1870, Emma Jane, dau. of Thomas J. Kolph,
Esq. of Brandon, Suffolk, and has issue, Florence Ethel,
ft. 1 May, 1872; Emma Edith, ft. 30 Sept. 1874; Alice
May, 6. 3 May, 1876; Irene Stella Kolph, 6. 18 Nov.
1880.

3 Henry Jackson, of Bridgcworth Hall, Sussex, 5. 2 Feb.
1844 ; m. Mary, dau. of — Findlay.

I Margaret Charlotte.

I. Sarah, m. 1st, Rev. Edward Smith, of Folkingham, co.
Lincoln ; 2ndly, Rev. Charles Day.

II. Avice, m. WiUiam James May, Esq. of Southwell,
Notts.

III. Elizabeth, i/i. 12 Aug. 1815, William Belt, Esq. of the
Crown Office, Temple.

The eldest son,

Marmaduke Robert Langdale, Esq. of Garston House,
Godstone, Surrey, and Pix Hall, Hawkhurst, Kent, F.R.A.S.,
F.R.B.S., b. a April, 1785; m. 1 Oct. 1812, Louisa, dau. and
co-heir of George Jourdan, Esq., and by her (who d. 23 July,
18C3) had issue,

I. Marmaduke Langdale, Lieut. 41st Foot, 6. 11 Aug. 1813;
m. 24 March, 1838, Henrietta, dau. of H. Chapman, Esq. of
St. Thomd, Madras, and d. 1 Oct. 1842, having by her (who
d. 29 Nov. 1861) had issue,

Marmaduke Robert, 6. 2 March, 1839; m. 24 July, 1867.
Christina, eldest dau. of F. W. von Stieglitz, of Ormley
Avoca, Tasmania, who d. 5 Aug. 1888, having had issue,
Charles Stuart, b. 9 Jan. 1869 ; Anna Frances, 6. 23 Dec.
1869; Charlotte Marian, d. young.

II. Alfred, of Beacon Hill House, Churt, Surrey. 6. 20 Sept.
1815; m. 11 April, 1844, Charlotte, eldest dau.' of William
Keene, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of Gower Street, Bedford
Square, London, and d. 29 Sept. 1890, leaving issue,

Alfred Augustus, b. 13 Feb. 1847; in. 8 Jan. 1874, Kathleen
Grace, only dau. of Robert John Charles Herries, Esq.

Arthur Noel, 6. 26 Dec. 1859.

Charlotte, m. 17 Jan. 1877, Alfred Tom Heather, Esq., -who
d. 20 Dec. 1892.

Alice.

Edith, TO. 5 Aug. 1885, Arthur John Wright Circuitt,
Esq.

III. George Augustus, now of Compton.

IV. William Atkinson, of Ladbroke Square, London, 6. 6 Nov.
1818; TO. 1st, 31 March, 1849, Mary Anne, youngest dau. of
Sir John Jacob Hansler, Knt. of East Wood Bury, Essex,
and by her (who. d. 22 April, 1855) had issue,

Ernest William Hansler, 6. 21 Sept. 1850.

Marmaduke Cecil, b. 22 Nov. 1851; d. 28 Aug. 1868.

Frederick Lenox, Lieut. li.N., b. 1 Feb. 1853.

Percy Kelham, b. 27 Feb. 1855 ; m. 27 Aug. 1878, Mary Ethel
Baker, 2nd dau. of Francis Francis, Esq. of the Firs,
Twickenham, and has issue, Violet Vavasour.
He. 111. 2ndly, 19 Feb. 1857, Elizabeth, dau. of Valentine
Knight, Esq. of Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, and d. 30
Oct. 18^4, having had issue,

Valentine Vavasour, d. an infant.

William, b. 4 April, 1867.

Rose Edith, m. Edward Bird Selby, Esq.

Florence Ada, d. young.

Blanche Holmwood, m. James Pope, Esq.

Mr. Langdale d. 26 Sept. 1860.

Arms — Party per chevron az. and sa., a chevron erm., betw.
three estoiles, arg.

Ciest—On a mount vert an estoile, arg., betw. two oak
branches, ppr.

Motto — Post tenebras lucem.

Seat — Compton, Sussex.



LANGLEY OF COAL BROOK.

Langlet, George, Esq. of Coal 13 rook, co. Tip-
perary, J. P. and D.L., and J. P. co. Kilkenny, b.
9 June, 1838; m. Oct. 1862, Katherine Elizabeth,
dau. of Rev. George Peacocke, Hector of Holycross,
and has issue, three daus.,

I. Katherine Georgina.

II. Elizabetli Dorothea Villiers. iii. Henrietta.

He *. his brother 1868.

Lineag'e. — Henry Langlet, a Lieut, in Capt. Thomas
Ask's troop in Col. Hierom Sankey's Regt. of Horse in Crom-
well's army, went to Ireland 1649 from Prestwich, Lanca-
shire, and was put into possession of lands in the Barony of
Slievardagh, co. Tipperary, 1655. He was the son of Deodatus
Langley, who was son of Rev. William Langley, Rector of
Prestwich, 1569-1611, who was supposed to be descended from
the Langleys of Agecroft Hall, co. Lancaster. His wife's



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name was Ann, and his sister, Dorothy Langley, was of Bury,
eo. Lancaster. Henry Langley, bapt. 23 Aug. 1618, whose
will bears date 2 Feb. 1666, was dead 1667, His son,

Charles Langley, Esq. of Lisnamrock, co. Tipperary, to
whom His father left lauds in the Barony of Slievardagh, d.
before 29 March, 1723, when his will was proyed. He left a
son,

Heset Lanolet, Esq. of Lisnamrock, made a deed of
settlement, dated 30 Oct. 1742, and by Anne his wife, had
issue,

I. Charles, his heir.

II. Henry, of Priestown, co. Tipperary, ancestor of the family
of Langleto/ Brittas Castle.

III. Lawrence, Capt. R.N. ; d. unm.

IV. Thomas, of Archerstown, co. Tipperary. m. 1780, Cathe-
rine, dau. of John Nicholson, Esq. of Tutulla, co. Tip-
perary, and d. 1807, having had,

1 Henry, of Archerstown, m. 1815, Lydia, eldest dau. of
Eicliard Levinge, Esq. of Belmont, co. Kilkenny, and d.
28 Dec. 18.58, having had surviving issue,

Henry Langley, Esq. of Archerstown, Thurles, co.
Tipperary, J.P., 6. 20 Oct. 1820; m. 7 Aug. 1860,
Caiherine Maria Victoria, dau. of John Toler, M.D.,
and has a son, Henry, b. 7 July, 1862, and a dau. Cathe-
rine Elizabeth.

2 Lawrence. 3 Thomas.

i Blanch. 2 Anna Maria. 3 Catherine.

I. Eachel, m. — Blackmore, Esq. of co. Kildare.

II. Mary, m. — Clutterbuck, Esq. of Bannistown.

Henry Langley's son and successor,

Charles Langley, Esq. of Lisnamrock, whose will, dated
13 Oct. 1791, was proved 21 March, 1793, m. Alice, dau. of
John Croker, of the family of Crokee of Ballinagarde, co.
Limerick (her will was proved 1793), and had, with, other
issue,

L Henry, his heir. ii. Charles, d. unm.

jii. Thomas.

IV. Lawrence, m. a dau. of Going, of Ballyphilip, d. s. p.

The eldest son,

Henry Langley, Esq. of Lisnamrock, co. Tipperary, vi.
Frances, dau. of Jeremiah Jackson, Esq. of Fanningstown, co.
Limerick, and d. 1808, leaving by her, who d. 1802, issue,

I. Charles, his heir.

II. Jeremiah, m. Lydia, eldest dau. of Godfrey Taylor, Esq.
of Noan, CO. Tipperary, and had issue,

1 Henry, Lieut. E.I.C. Navy, murdered in a mutiny at sea.

2 Cliarles.

1 Frances. 2 Lydia, m . Lieut. George Jackson, K.N.

I. Catherine, m. George Tuthill, Esq. of Ballyteigue, co.
Limerick, and had issue.
The eldest son,

Charles Heney Langley, Esq. of Lisnamrock and Coal
Brook, a Deputy-Governor of co. Tipperary, b. 1772 ; m. 24
July, 1794, Frances, dau. of Col. John Bagwell, of Kilmore,
CO. Tipperary, and had by her, who d. 1846, issue,

I. Heney, his heir.

II. Charles, b. 1799 ; d. unm.

III. John, J. P., 6. 1810; d. unm.

IV. Hamilton William, 6. 1817, m. Isabella, dau. of lonStud-
dert, Esq. of Elm Hill, co. Clare; and d. in Buenos Ayres,
1867, leaving issue, Charles, d. s. p.; Ion; Hamilton;
Henry; George; Emily, m. John Eraser, Esq.; and
FYances.

I. Frances, m. 16 Feb. 1816, 'William Atkinson, Esq., D.L.,
of Kehins, co. Mayo.

II. Isabella, d. young.

III. Catherine, m. Fiercy Bagwell, Esq., Commander K.N.,
and d. s. p. iv. Elizabeth, d. young.

V. Jane, m. Eev. David Whitty, of Rathvilly, and has issue,
John, m. Emily, dau. of William Garde, Esq. ; Charles,
M.D. ; Irwin ; Frances; Anne, m. John Bury, M.D. ; Eliza-
beth, m. Arthur English, Esq. : and Gertrude.

\i. Gertrude, m. liev. William Whitty, M.A., of Cromwell's
Ford, CO. Carlow, and has issue, William (Kev.) ; Charles
Langley, late G6th Eegt. ; Eichard Lawrence ; and Anne
Elizabeth, d. young.

VII. Dorcas Henrietta, m. 1840, James Nixon, Esq. of Clone,
CO. Kilkenny, J. P., and has issue, Arundel, Capt. E.A., b.
184'J, m. 1876, Maria Lucy, dau. of John Lawrence, Esq.,
D.L. ; F'rances ; and Henrietta.

Mr. Lansley d. 10 April, 1831, and was s. by his eldest son,

Henry Langley, Esq. of Coal Brook and Lisnamrock, b.
1797; m. 9 April, 1832, his cousin, Elizabeth Dorothea, dau.
of George Tuthill, Esq. of Ballyteigue, co. Limerick, and d.
16 Aug. 1860, having had by her, who d. Aug. 1870, three
sons,

I. Charles Henry, of Coal Brook, d. unm. 7 Aug. 1863.

II. George, now of Coal Brook.

III. Henry Percy, d. young, 11 June, 1344.



Ai-ms—Arg., a fess sa. in chief three hurts. Crest — A cocka-
trice, wings addorsed sa. combed and wattled gu. Motto —
Fide sed cui vide.

Seat — Coal Brook, New Birmingham, co. Tipperary.



liANaLEY OF BRITTAS CASTLE.

Langley, Heney, Esq., formerly of Brittas
Castle, CO. Tipperary, now possessed of landed pro-
perty near Thurles, Fethard, and Ardfinan, eo. Tip-
perary, J. P. and D.L., late 2nd Life Guards, b. 19
Sept.



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