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aukee, U.S.A., and has issue,

Gut Latham, 6. 14 July, 1S89.

Xiineag'e. — .Vt the time of the Conquest, or previous, the
name was Latois (probably Norman-French), then Lotwiche,
.•ifterwards Lutwyche, which is continued up to the present
time. In the records of the College of Arms this family
may be traced to about 1200, at which time they were
c.-illed Lords of Lutwyche. Roger LnrwYCHE, Lord of Lut-
wyche, had a son, William, h. 1323, whose descendant,

William LcxftTCHE, was 6. 1418, and 4th in descent from
him was

Edward Lutwyche, Lawyer, 1565, Inner Temple, who d.
1614. His younger brother,

John Lutwyche, of Lincoln's Inn, m. twice. By his first
wife, he had a son and heir, Edward ; and by his second wife,
a son. Racket, Rector of Kynnaston, co. Stafford, who m.,
and had a son. Racket, Prebendary of Flixton, Cathedral of
Litchfield. The elder son,

Edward Lutwyche, of Lutwyche, co. Salop, m. Elizabeth,
dau. of William Leighton, of Plosh, co. Salop, and d. 1638,
having had issue,

I. William, d. v. p., having m. 9 May, 1631, Elizabeth, eldest
dau. of Richard Leuker, of Rowton Castle, Salop, and had
(with two daus., Mary, d. unm. ; and Elizabeth, who m.
AVilliam Holland, of Benwarton, co. Salop) a son,

Sir Edward Lutwyche, Knt. of Lutwyche, bapt. 2 Aug.
1634; admitted at Gray's Inn 1652; Sergeant, 1683;
King's Counsel, 1684; Judge of Common Pleas, 1686;
Recorder of Chester; m. Ann, dau. of Timothy Turner,
of Bold, CO. Salop, and d. 1709, having had issue,
William, four years of age 18 Aug. 1663; d. 1667.
Thomas (Sir), b. 1674; Barrister, K.C., M.P. for Ag-
mondesham, m. Elizabeth Eagnet, and had issue,
William, High Sheriff of Salop 1750, d. unm. 1773;
Charles, d. unm. 1763; Elizabeth, d. unm. : Anne, m.
Kicholas F'ayalierly, d. s. p. ; Sarah, m. Thomas G.
Winford, of Astly, co. Worceeter, whose dau. ?)j. Ham-
brook Freemon, of Farnley Court, Bucks.

II. John, of whom presently.

I. Mary, m. Edward Baldwin, of Middlebury, co. Salop.

II. Dorothy. in. Elizabeth. iv. Sarah.

The second son,

John Lutwyche, of Stone Acton, co. .Salop, was buried
25 May, 1666. Re jn. a dau. of — Philips, Esq. of Chelmick,
and had a son,

John Lutwyche, Esq. bapt. 5 March, 1625 ; buried 22 May,
1691. He m. 12 June, 1666, Eleanor Wiblow, and had a son,

John Lutwyche, Esq. bapt. 12 Aug. 1667; buried at Great
Malvern 19 Nov. 1725 ; having m. 29 Jan. 1690, Ruth Pentring,
of Horn Castle, co. Worcester, by whom he had a son,

John Lutwyche, Esq., bapt. 6 Dec. 1091; m. 4 Oct. 1719,
Ann Artland ; and d. 24 April, 1771. His son,

John Lutwyche, Esq., bapt. at Luckley, 29 July, 1720 ; m.
4 Nov. 1747, Ann Maria Loftus, and had a son,

John Lutwyche, Esq., bapt. 30 Jan. 1760; m. and had
three sons, John, d. unm. ; Tho.mas ; James, d. an infant. His
second son,

Thomas Lutwyche, Esq., b. 1785 ; to. Feb. 1811, Charlotte,
dau. of James Barton, of Castle Bromwich, co. Warwick, and
by her (who d. Dec. 1821) had issue,

Hudson, of whom presently.

Louisa, unm. Charlotte, d. an infant.

Mr. Lutwyche d. May, 1845. His son,

Hudson Lutwyche, Esq., m. 29 May, 1844, Charlotte Anne,
dau. of Arthur Latham, of Liverpool, and by her (who d. 6
March, 1890) had issue,

Harry Latham, of Warham House, Hereford, J.P. and
D.L.,1 ate Capt. Lancashire Militia, m. 1 Jan. 1876, Lucy
Arabella, eldest dau. of Rev. Charles Thomas Scott, M.A.,
of Shadingfield Hall, Suffolk, and d. 17 Oct. 1887, having
had issue, Hudson, b. 24 Oct. 1876; Harry Mervyn, b.
27 Dec. 1878: Lucy Helena, b. 18 Jan. 1878; Beatrice
Latham, b. 17 Oct. 1880.

Hudson Latham, now of Kynaston.

Mary Helena, m. 6 Oct. 1877, Harold Relme, 3rd son of
William Helme of Broadfield Court, Leominster, and has
issue, Harold Lutwyche, 6. 3 Aug. 1878; Vivian BurcheU
Latham, 6. 27 Feb. 1882.

Mr. Lutwyche d. 13 July, 1875.

Sea«s— Kynaston, Hentland, Ross; and Kingsthomc, Much
Dewchurch, both in co. Hereford.


The late Eev. George Cueteis Lusfoed,
M.A., of Higham, Sussex, J.P., b. 1810 ; m. 1839,
Ann Matilda Pauline, youngest dau. of Sir Josias
Henry Stracey, 4th Bart., and d. 10 Not. 1893,
leaving issue,

George Bentinck, Major late R.W. F'usiliers, Chief Con-
stable of Sussex, b. 1842.

Lineage. — The family of Luxford is of old standing in
Sussex. In an account given of the nobility and gentry who
contributed to the defence of the country at the time of the-
Spanish invasion, 1588, two Luxfords are mentioned in con-
nection with Sussex, viz., Luxford of Westmeston, and Lux-
ford of Hurstpierpoint, and from the former the Higham
family is descended. The estates are in the parishes of Hails-
ham, Salehurst, Beckley, Ikelsham, Guldeford, and Playden,
Sussex, and inStowe and Witersham, Kent. The family hold
the lay rectory of Hailsham, in which church is their burying-
place, as well as the royalty of the Island of Oxney, Kent.
The late

John Luxford, Esq. of Higham, J.P. and D.L., 6. 1756;
m. 1802, Catherine Sarah, dau. of Jeremiah Curteis, Esq. of
Kye, and left issue,

I. John Odiarne, of Higham, Sussex. J. P., formerly an
officer Royal Dragoons, m. Is43, Marion, dau. of Robert
Wallas, Esq. of Madeira, and d. 1880, Itiiving issue,

1 John Stewart Odiarne Robertson - Luxford, now of
Higham, J.P. for co. Perth, B.A. Christ Christ, Oxford,
Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1851 ; assumed the prefix surname of
Robertson ; m. 1880, Cecilia, dau. ot James Walter^
Esq. of Dairy, N.B., and has i>sue (whom see).

1 Harriott Mary. 2 Marion Frances.

II. George Curteis, late of Higham.
I. Lydia Mary.

Seat — Higham, Salehurst, Ilawkhurst, Sussex.


LrxMOOEE, Marion (who d. 22 Dec. 1893) and
her sisters, Elizabeth Cunningham and Anne.
Dove, Ladies of the Manors of Halstock, Kerslake,
and Meldon, succeeded their father, Kev. John
Luxmoore, of Kerslake, as co-heirs, in 1876. The
2nd dau. Elizabeth Cunningham, m. 1877, Wil-
liam Teevoe-Ropee, Esq. (see thai name), and the
youngest dau. Anne Dove, m. 1871, George John
bunville Lees, Esq. of Woodhill, Oswestry, Salop.

Liineagre. — This family is of very great antiquity ia
Devon, and was seated at Okehampton, for which borough
John Luxmoore, Esq. of Coomb Park, Devon, was, towards
the close of the last century, returned to Parliament, but
afterwards unseated on petition. Re m. Elizabeth, dau. of
William Cunningham, Esq., and left issue,

I. John, Bishop of Bristol and Gloucester, then of Hereford,
and subsequently of St. Asaph.

II. Charles Scott, of whom presently.

III. Thomas Bridgman, of F'air Place, Major of Volunteers
during the French War, 1802-1815, m. 1792, Patience
Cartwright, and had issue,

1 John, d. age IS months. :





•2 John (second of the name), of whom prcsentlj-, as heir to

his uncle.
S Thomas Bridgman, d. unra.
1 Elizabeth, vi. J. Wilkins, Esq., and had issue, Charlotte,

111. 1844, Pomeroy Raleigh Gilbert, Esq.
■2 Patience, 77i. John James, Esq., by wliom she had a son.
3 Mary Cunningham, m. Capt. Kobcrt Lethbridge, E.N.,

and had issue, four sons and two daus.

The 2nd son of John Luxmoore and Elizabeth Cunningham,

Chaeles Scott Lcxmoobe, Esq., who possessed the Manors of
Halstock andMekion, Devon, and the estates thereto attached,
including the park of Okehampton, for many generations in the
possession of the Courtenays, and previously in the posse.5sion
of the Mohuns, from whom W. Trevor Eoper, Esq., m. as above
to Elizabeth Cunningham Luxmoore, islineally descended. The
park is of great antiquity, being a grant by William the
Conqueror to De Briany, and had been noted before that date
for its castle. Charles Scott Luxmoore, a celebrated con-
veyancer, of Eed Lion, Golden Square, London, so widely
known for his munificence to those in distress, d. 1834, and
was s. at Okehampton Park by his nephew,

Eev. John Luxmoore, M.A., of Kerslake, Halstock, and
MelJon Manors, and Okehampton Park, Devon, Eector of
Llanymynech, Salop, 6. 18 Jan. 1802. He m. 1st, 1829, Isabella,
2nd dau. of William Scott, Esq. of Clifton, and Broadgate
Devon, by whom he had issue,

I. Isabella, d. 6 May, 1844.

n. Makion, co-heir of Okehampton.

III. Elizabeth Cunningham (Mrs. W. Tbevor-Ropeb).

He m. 2ndly, 1850, Anne, 2nd dau. of Jonathan Steele, Esq. of
Poole, Dorset, and had by her an only child,

IV. Anne Dove (Mrs. Lees).

He m. 3rdly, 1857, Elizabeth Harriett, 3rd dau. of Felix Boylan,
Esq. of Dublin, and d. 12 July, 1876, when he was s. by his
three daus., his co-heirs.

Arms — Arg., a chevron sa. between three moorcocks ppr.
Crest — A battle-axe erect ppr. Motto — Securis fecit securum.
(Seat— Okehampton Park, Okehampton, Devon.


Ltail, He>'ey Claud, Esq. of Hedley, Surrey,
I. May, 1860.

Xiineagre. — John Ltall, Esq., son of George Lyall, of
Graystone Lees, co. Berwick, (where the name of Lyle may
be traced for many generations), 6. 1752; established himself
in London, and finally at Findon, Sussex, m. Jane, dau. of
Thomas Comyn, Esq., by Margaret Haggerstone, of the ancient
family of that name; and d. at Findon 1S05, leaving by her
(b. 1756, d. 1824) issue,

George, who s. him, and d. 1853.

John, Col. in the Indian Army, d. 1817.

William Eowe (Eev.), D.D., Dean of Canterbury, c?. 1857.

Hazeldine, Lieut. E.N., d. 1824.

Alfred (Eev.), Eector of Harbledown, m. and had issue, Alfred
Comyn (Sir), K.C.B., K. C.S.I. , late Governor of the North
West Provinces, India; James (Sir), K.C.B., Governor of
the Punjaub. Eev. Alfred Lyall d. 1865.

Margaret, m, W. Pearson, Esq. of Harbledown, Canterbury,
and d. 1855.

Jane, m. George Darling M.D., of London, and d. 1848.
The eldest son,

George Ltall, Esq., b. 1779 ; s. his father at Findon, repre-
sented the City of London in several Parliaments, and was
Chairmanof the East India Company during the former Afghan
war, one of the most critical periods of Indian history ; he also
took a leading part in the foundation of many of the commercial
undertakings of his time. He m. 1810, Margaret Anne, only
child and heiress of John Edwardes, Esq., and by her had the
following issue,

John Edwardes, Advocate-General of Bengal, b. 1311 ; m.

Julia, dau. of John Davis, Esq., and sister of Sir J. Davis,

Bait., and d. at Barrackpore, 1845.
George, of Hedley and Findon.
William Hearle (Eev.), late Eector of St. Dionis Backchurch,

London, 6. 1826 ; m. Susan, dau. of Sir Thomas J. Grant,

K.C.B. '

Margaret, m. Eev. Canon J. C. Wynter, and d. 1852.
Jane, d. an infant.
Mary, m. WilUam Forsyth, Esq., Q.C., M.P. for Marylebone,

and d. 1864. i i ■» . j ,

Mr. Lyall d. Sept. 185S, and was s. by his 2nd son,

George Ltall, Esq. of Hedley, Surrey, and Findon, Sussex,
J.P., formerly Governor of the Bank of England, M.P. for
Whitehaven from 1857 to 1865, 6. 1819; m. 1st, 1845, Eleanor
Hariiett, only child of the Eev. J. Mauley, Rector of Mcrstham,

which lady d. 1853, leaving a dau. Constance Mary, to. Sept.
1873, Gen. Lee, of Dynas Powys, co. Glamorgan, and </. 11
April, 1890; Mr. G. Lyall to. 2ndly, July, 185.5, Frances,
eldest surviving dau. of Daniel Cave, Esq. of Cleve Hill, co.
Gloucester, and Sidbury Manor, co. Devon, (by his wife, the
sister of the late Sir C. Locock, Bart.), and sister of the late
Right Hon. Stephen Cave, M.P. for Shoreham, Vice President
of the Board of Trade, Paymaster-General and Judge Advo-
cate ; and d. 12 Oct. 1881, leaving issue by her, who d. 28 Feb.

I. George Arthur Cave, 6. July, 1856.

II. Henbt Claud, now of Hedley.

ill. Charles Noel, Capt. R.A., b. Dec. 1862.

IV. Daniel Sidney Haseldine, b. 3 Jan., d. April, 18C7.

I. Frances Beatrice.

II. Margaret Emmeline, m. Sept, IS^^S, Capt. Johnston,
R.A., elder son of William Johnston, Esq. of Cowhill Tower,
CO. Dumfries, and has issue, Basil Lyall, b. Aug. 1889.

III. Agatha Mary. iv. Marian Cecil.

Arms (as borne by the family) — 1st and 4th, az., a bend
between six crosses-crosslets fitchee or ; 2nd and 3rd, gu.,
fi-etty or. CreH—A. cock or, combed and wattled gu. Motto —
An I may.

iSeais— Hedley Park, Epsom, Surrey ; and Findon, Sussex.


Ltdekker, Richard, Esq. of Harpenden Lodge,
CO. Herts, J. P., B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., late a
Member of the Greologlcal Survey of India, h. 25
July, 1849; m. 13 April, 1882, Lucy Marianne,
eldest dau. of Rev. Owen William Davys, Eector
of Wheatliampstead, Herts, and has issue,

I. Gerard Owen, b. 1887.

II. Cyril Richard.

I. Helen Margaret.

II. Beatrice Cornelia.

III. Hilda Lucy.

Lineage.— It appears from the Dutch Secretary Records,
Book HH, p. 38, that a grant of lands. Long Island, was made
to Richard Ltdekker, on the 10th December, 1654; he is
believed to have been a Captain In theEoyal Navy of Holland,
and to have been s. by his son, Gerard Ltdekker, whose son,
Eichard Ltdekker, ni. Miss Kennedy, the lands being con-
firmed 7 Sept. 1763, to his son, the Rev. Gerard Ltdekker,
B.A. of Yale Coll. Connecticut. On the breaking-out of the
war, this gentleman early attached himself to the Loyalist
party, and distinguished himself by his active exertion in
opposition to the revolutionary principles. He retired to New
York; his property of Hackensack, N.J., in Albany, and Long
Island, having been confiscated. He arrived in England in
1783, and dying 1793, left, by Elizabeth Coley his wife, three
sons, I. Richard, his heir; ii. William, d. 1840; in. John, 6.
1778, the eminent South Sea ship-owner and munificent bene-
factor of the Seamen's Hospital, d. 23 July, 1832,

Richard Ltdekker (the eldest son), b. 1772, M.D. of St.
Peter's, St. Alban's; vi.lQ Sept. 1808, Elizabeth, dau. and
heir of Robert Wolfe, Esq. of Roxwell, Essex. He d. 19
Dee. 1844, and Ms widow, 7 Jan. 1854, their issue being one

Gerard Wolff Ltdekkeb, Esq. of Harpenden Lodge, St.
Alban's, co. Herts, J. P. for that co. and Beds, a Deputy-Chair-
man of Quarter Sessions for Herts, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.,
and Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, b. 10 July, 1811 ;
TO. 20 July, 1848, Martha Margaret, youngest dau. of Thomas
Peake, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law, of Perthewig, co. Denbigh, and
d. 12 Feb. I8S1, leaving issue,

Richard, now of Harpenden Lodge.

John, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner
Temple, b. 21 Oct. 1850 ; m. 19 July, 1881, Mary Desborough,
3rd dau. of Charles St. Clare Bedford, Esq. of 21, Dean's
Yard, Westminster.

Arthur, late Capt. Herts Militia, 6. 22 April, 1853; m. 10 May.
1882, Julia Mabel, only dau. of Lieut.-Col. Dumford, of
Eoihamsted Lodge, St. Albans.

Edgar, B.A. Trin. Coll, Camb., b. 9 May, 1863 (New Univer-
sity Club).

Seat — Harpenden Lodge, near St. Albans, Herts.


Ltell, Sir Leonard, Bart, of Kinnordy and Pit-
muis, CO. Forfar, J.P.,M.P. for Orkney and Shetland
since 1885, b. 21 Oct. 1850 ; m. 4 July, 1874, Mary,
dau. of Eev. John Mayne Stirling, and has issue.





Charles HesrTj l>. 18 May, 1875.
Mary Leonora.
Eleanor Katharine.

Mr. Lyell s. his iinclc, Sir Charles Ljell, Bart., in
the family estate of Kiniiordy in 1875. and his
cousin, John Mudie, Esq., in the estate of Pitmuis,
187G, and was created a baronet 1 Jan. 1894.

Liineagre.— Charles Ltell, Esq. of Kinnordy, m. Mary
Beale, of West Loo, co. Cornwall, and d. 19 Jan. 1796, aged
62, having by her (^who d. IG May, lt-13) had issue,

Charles, of wliom presently.

Marj-, d.'xtnin. 30 April, 1843.

Anne, m. 180y, Capt. Gilbert Heatheote, R.N., youngest son
of Sir William Heatheote, Bart., and d. May, 1854, having
had issue. He i^ 22 April, 1832.
The only son,

Charles Ltell, Esq. of Kinnordy, J. P., Vice-Lieut, for
Forfarshire, b. 7 March, 1769; vi. II Oct. 1796, Frances, only
dau. of Thomas Smith, Esq. of Maker Hall, SwaledaJe, co.
York, and by her (who </. 4 Dec. 1850) had issue,

I. Charles (Sir), of whom presently.

II. Thomas, Lieut. R.N., 6. 24 Feb. 1799; d. 1871.

III. Henrj-, Lieut.-Col. 43rd Bengal Light InfanUy, h. 1 Dec.
1804 ; m. 25 Jan, 1848, Katherine Mun-ay, 4th dau. of
Leonard Horner, Esq. of Montagu Square, and niece of
Fi-ancis Homer, Esq., M.P., and d. 1875, having had issue,

Leonard, now of Kinnordy.

Francis Horner, of Swaledale, Yorks, h. 11 Feb. 1852; m.

1st, Emily, dau. of Francis Guise, Esq., and niece of Sir

W. V. Guise, Bart. ; she d. 1887. He m. 2ndly, May, dau.

of Capt. William Nicholson.
Arthur Henry, b. 26 Nov. 1853 ; m. Florence, dau. of D.

Chambers, Esq., and niece of Sir W. Chambers, Bart.
Kosamond Frances Anne.
I. Frances, d. unm. 1873 ii. Marianne, d. u7im. 1881.

ui. Caroline, d. unm. 1886. iv. Eleanor, d. unm. 18SG.

V. Maria, m. 15 Jan. 1840, Bev. Gilbert Heatheote, of North
Tamerton. co. Cornwall, Vicar of Colerne, Wilts, and d. 2
Dec. 1843.

VI. Sophia Georgiana. vii. Elizabeth, d. unm. 25 Oct. 1835.

ilr. Lyell d. 8 Nov. 1849. His eldest son,

SiE Charles Ltell, Bart, of Kinnordy, D.L., D.C.L.,
F.K.S., F.G.S., b. 14 Nov. 1797, knighted 1848 ; created a
Baboket by patent, dated 22 Aug. 1864; m. at Bonn, in
Prussia, 12 July, 1832, Mary Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Leonard
Horner, Esq., F.R.S., of Montagu Square, which lady d. 24
April, 1873. Sir Charles was President of the Geological
Society in 1836-37, and 1850-51. He was author of" Principles
of Geology," "Antiquity of Man," and of many other learned
works and essays. He d. 1875, and was s. by his nephew.

Arms — Or, a cross az., between four crosses pat6egu., within
a bordure engrailed of the last. Crest — A hand in armour,
holding a sword ppr. hilt and pommel or. Motto — Forti non

Seats— Kinnordy, Kirriemuir, N.B. ; and Pitmuis, Arbroath,

Clubs — Reform and Athcnatim.

Toicn £esidence—iB, Eaton Place, S.W.


Ltle, Hugh Chetham, Esq. of CairnagarifP, co.
Donegal, J.P., Higli Sheriff 1881, Lieut.-Col. in
the army, and late Major K. A., b. 183.5; m. 5 June,
1860, Juanita Henriquita, eldest dau. of Admiral
JJuntze. and has had issue,

I. Hugh, d. in infancy.

II. George Samuel Batesox, Lieut. R.A., h.23 July, 1865;
M. 2 Nov. 1886, Grace Adelaide, 2nd dau. of William
Lysaght, Esq. of Beechmount, Mallow, and has issue a
son, Cecil.

III. Henry Duntze, b. C Dec. 1866.

IV. Hugh, b. 28 July, 1875.

I. Juanita Henriquita, d. in infancy. li. Catherine.

III. Gertrude Caroline.

IV. Rosario Theresa, m. 18 Aug. 1890, E. G. Newell, Esq.

V. Eva Gwendoline, m. 7 June, 1893, Robert A. Wilson,
Esq. of Glendarroch, co. Donegal.

Xiineaire. — This family has been settled in the North of
Ireland for a considerable time.

Hugh Ltle, Esq. of Coleraine, was m. previously to 1717 to
Eleanor, dau. of Hugh Bankhead, of Kilotin, co. Londonderry,
and by her had issue, with two daus. (Elizabeth, wife of Hugh
Carmichael E'q. of DubliD, and Martha, Mrs. Bryan), an only

Hccn Ltle, Esq. of Coleraine, b. 20 Feb. 1717 ; m. 6 July,
1749, Eleanor, dau. of Samuel Hyde, of co. Lancaster, and of
Belfast, ;uid had issue by his said wife, who survived him,
three sons and two daus.,

I. Hugh, of Jackson Hall, co. Londonderry, 6. 30 Dec. 1756,
/H.Sarah, dau. of Thomas Greg, and left at his decease,
1812, three sons and four daus., 1 Hugh; 2 Thomas;
3 Samuel ; 1 Elizabeth ; 2 Eleanor ; 3 Mary ; and 4 Sarah.

II. Samuel, of whom presently.

III. James, of Philadelphia.

I. Mary. ii. Eleanor.

The 2nd son,

Samuel Ltle, Esq. of The Oaks, High Sheriff co. Fennanagti
1806, 6. 13 April, 1761 ; m. 17 Aug. 1787, Esther, dau. of John
Achcson, Esq. of Londonderry (who d. 4 Feb. 1844), and d. 2i>
Dec. 1815, leaving issue,
I. Hugh, of Cairnagariff, co. Donegal, Treasurer of co. Lon-
donderry, 571. Catherine, dau. of Thomas Bateson, Esq. of
Cartruse, co. Donegal, and had issue a son, the present
Hugh Chetham Lvle, Esq. of Cairnagariff.
n. Acheson, of The Oaks, Londonderry, Lord-Lieut, and
Custos Rotulorum for that co., b. 13 March, 1796; to. 5
April, 1825, Eleanor, 2nd dau. of James Warre, Esq. of
Randalls Park, Surrey, by Eleanor his wife, dau. of Thomas
Greg, Esq. of Belfast, and d. 1870, having had issue,
1 James Acheson, of The Oaks, J. P., D.L., B.A., Barrister-
at-La\v, li. 4 Feb. 1827; m. 6 Aug. 1851, Ida Elizabeth,
2nd dau. of the Rev. Francis Ruttlcdge, of Bloomfield,
CO. Mayo, and has issue,

Acheson Francis Acheson. &. 24 April, 1855, Capt. (85th)
King's Shropshire Light Infantry.
Felton Hervey James Acheson, b. 25 May, 1861.
Francis Acheson, b. 4 March, 1865.
Margaret Eleanor Acheson, 6. 27 April, 1853; to. 5 Jan.
1876, her cousin, Hugh Lyle, eldest son of Samuel Lyle,
Esq., the younger.
Eleanor Ida Acheson, 6. 18 Feb. 1863.

1 Georgina Acheson, ra. Lieut.-Col. J. Ponsonby Cox,

2 Eleanor Augusta Acheson, m. 4 Sept. 1855, Felton
Frederic William llcrvcy, formerly Capt. 13th Light
Dragoons, and afterwards one of the Inspectors-General
of Prisons in Ireland, who <?. 31 March, 1891; his widow
ui. 2ndly, 1869, S. G. Ratlibone, Esq. of Allerton, co. Lan-

3 Esther Emily Acheson, m. 6 Feb. 1862, William Rath-
bone, Esq., M.P., of Greenbank, Liverpool.

4 Florence Acheson, ni. 4 Aug. 1874, the Rev. G. Gal-
braith, of Lower Cumber, co. Londonderry.

in. Samuel, b. 18 Feb. ISOl ; m. 2 May, 1843, Margaret, dau.
of John Stephenson, of Knockan. co. Londonderry, and d.
18 Aug. 1868. IV. James, d. v/am.

I. Eleanor, d. xmra.

II. Sarah, m. Thomas Batt, Esq. of Rathmullen, co. Donegal.

III. Mary, m. Henry Sole Sandys, Esq.

)S'ca£— Cairnagariff, Moville, co. Donegal.


Ltle, James Acheson, Esq. of Portstewarfc
House, CO. Londonderry, J.P. cos. Antrim and
Londonderry ; b. 1818 ; m. 1st, 1851, Sarah Jane,
dau. of Andrew JMulholland, Esq., D.L., of Bally-
walter Park, co. Down ; 2ndly, 1861, Emily Octavia,
dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Ward, Bector of
Killincky, and has issue,

Henry, I.C.S., b. 1865. Syney James, b. 1874.

Alice Harriett Cromie, to. 1891, Denis Robert Pack-Beres-
ford, Esq. of Fenagh House, co. Carlow.

Mr Lyle is 3rd son of the late Hugh Lyle, Esq. of
Knocktarua, Coleraine, by Harriet, dau. of the late
John Cromie, Esq., D.L.

Seats — Portstewart House, Ix)ndondcrry ; and Glandore
Lodge, Antrim.


Lynch, Marcus Nicholas, Esq. of Barua, co.
Galway, J.P., D.L,, High Sheriff 1839, formerly
Lieut. 33rd Regt., b. 12 Sept. 1836 ; m. 8 May,
1867, Blanche, only dau. of Count Juliuz Marylski,
of Leuczyca, Poland, and has issue,

J. Nicholas Marcus, 6. 16 April, 1868; Lieut. S. Lane.
Regt., now employed wth the Gold Coast Constabulary.





II. John Arthur, b. 5 July, 1S74, d. v.nm. 25 June, 1892.
1. Ida. n. Ethel. ui. Violet.

liineagre. — The family of Lynch, of which was James
Lynch, the inflexible Mayor of Galway, 1494, is of very ancient
standing in the province of Connaught, and ranks amongst the
original settlers, kno^vn by the name of " The Tribes of Gal-
way." In an old manuscript in Ulster's office, William le
Petit is stated to have been ancestor of the Lynch family in
Ireland, of which many branches still exist in high respecta-
bility in COS. Galway and Mayo.

The greater portion of the Bama property came into the
Lynch family by the marriage of the direct ancestor of the
present proprietor with the heir of the O'Hallorans, the
foundations of whose castle are still to be seen.

Marcus Lynch, Esq. of Barna, descended from the marriage
of William Lynch .and the lieir of O'Halloran, m. 1684, Eliza-
teth, dau. of, Oliver Browne, Esq. of Coolaron, and was father

Nicholas Lynch, Esq. of Barna, m. 1719, Mary, dau. and
heir of Neptune Lynch, Esq. of Lettermullin, co. Galway.
Their only son,

Maecus Ltnch, Esq. of Barna, -m. 1742, Anstace, dau. of
Maurice Blake, Esq. of Ballinafad, co. Mayo, and had issue,
with three daus. (of whom Julia in. 1784, Hyacinth D'Arcy,
Esq. of Kiltulla), two sons, the younger of whom, James, d.
leaving one dau. and heir, who in. Maurice Blake, Esq. of
Ballinafad, co. Mayo. Mr. Lynch, whose will, dated 28 Nov.
1787, was proved 6 July, 1795, was s. by his elder son,

Nicholas Lynch, Esq. of Barna, m. 1765, Catherine, only
dau. and heir of Henry Blake, Esq. of Ballinahill, co. Galway,
2nd son of Blake, of Lehinch, co. Mayo, and by her had, with
five daus., one son,

Maecus Blake Lynch, Esq. of Barna, iti. 1st, Jan. 1792,
Jane Mary, dau. of Mark Byrne, Esq. of Mullinahack, Dublin;
and 2ndly, 1796, Catherine, 2nd dau. of John Segrave, Esq. of
Cabra, co. Dublin {see tJutt f avail jj), by whom at his death, Jan.
1829, he left issue, five daus. (Catherin

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