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Castle, which family we are now recording ; Mahont ofDunlon
Castle, now represented by John Mahont, Esq. of that place ;
and Mahont of CastUquin.

John Mahont, Esq. of Dromore Castle, Col. of the Dromore
Volunteers, and one of the Delegates to the Great National Con-
vention at Dungannon, Feb. 1782, m. let, 1794, Miss Higgin-
bothain, of Bath, who d. without issue, and 2ndly, 1796, Miss
Day, dau. of Archdeacon Day, of Beaufort House, co. Kerry,
by whom he had issue, i. Denis, of whom presently; ii.
Richard, who d. s. p. He m. Srdly, Margaret, dau. of Sir
William Godfrey, 1st Bart, of Kilcoleman Abbey, co. Kerry,
by whom he had a dau. Agnes, who m. Robert Conway Hick-
son, Esq. of Fermoyle, co. Kerry. Mr. Mahony d. 1817. His

Eet. Denis Mahont, of Dromore Castle, J. P., m. let, 1827,
Lucinda Catherine, only child of John Segerson, Esq. of West
Cove, CO. Kerry, and by her (who d. Feb. 1828) had a son,

Richard John, late of Dromore Castle.
He m. 2ndly, 1829, Jane Margaret, dau. of Sir John Blake, '111
Bart, of Mento Castle, co. Galway, and by her (who d. 8 May,
1842) had issue,

Denis, d. July, 1851. Edward, d. unm. 1883.

Henry. John, d. unm. 1880.

Rose, m. 1st, June, 1852, John Pennefather, Esq,, son of
Hon. Baron Pennefather, and 2ndly,23 Sept. 1858, Admiral
the Hon. Henry Carr Glyn, R.N., C.B., C.S.I. . and rf. 21
July, 1870, leaving by him (who d. 16 Feb. 1884) two sons
and two daus., Henry Richard, 3rd Lord Wolverton ;
Frederic, 4th and present Lord ; Rose Eiversdale, m. 2.")
July, 1885, Montagu Charles Francis, Lord Norreys ; tind
Alice Coraiie.

Margaret, m. 18 Oct. 18S6, Hon. Reynolds Moreton, Capt.
R.N. (retired), son of Heniy, 2nd Earl of Ducie, and has
issue, one son and two daus.

He m. 3rdly, 1843, Katharine, dau. of Matthew Franks, Esq.
of Merrion Square, Dublin, by whom he had one dan.,

Mary Ellen, d. Feb. 1875.
Rev. Denis Mahony d. 21 April, 1851, and was s. by his eldest

Richard John Mahont, Esq. of Dromore Castle, co. Kerry,
B.A., J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1853, b. 15 Jan. 1828 ; m.
Oct. 1856, Mary Harriette, eldest dau. of John Waller, Esq. of
Shannon Grove, co. Limerick, Barrister-at-LKiw (son of Bolton
Waller, Esq. of Castletown), and had issue,

Har/.ld Segerson, now of Dromore Castle.
Nora Eveleen.

.4rms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th or, a lion rampant az. ; 2nd
per pale arg. and gu., a lion rampant counterchanged ; 3nl
arg., a chevron gu. betvi een thrte lizards in pale sa. Crest —
Out of a coronet, surmounted on the brim thereof nine bead.s
or balls, an armed arm holding a sword ppr pierced through :!.
fleur-de-lis or. Molto — Inlrisli: Lasair lomhuin a-buadh. lu
English : It blazes before us to victory.

<Sta(— Dromore Castle, Kenmare, co. Kerry.


Mahony, George Philip Gun, Esq. of Kilmornr*
and Gunsborough, co. Kerry, B.A. Oxon., J.P., High
Sheriff 187G, b. 14 May, 18J-2.

liineag'e.— It appears from old records and from
MSS. that Kean, 12th Lord of Kincaimeaky in direct de-
scent, and also of Iniskean, so called from him, 24th in direct
descent from Olioll Olum, King of Munsterin the Srdcentury.
m. Sabha, dau. of Brian Boroimhe, King of Munster, who was
killed at the battle of Clontarf a.d. 1014, and tad issue a son,

Mahont, Lord of Kincaimeaky, from whom this family
derive their name of O'Mahont. His son,

Brodchon O'Mahont, was the first who bore the surname
after the general assumption undtrt he law of Brian Boroimha..
Eighth in descent from him,





Dekmod O'Mahont, Lord of Kiuealmeaky, also Lord of
Rathlean, was called More, or Great. His son,

Debmod O'Mahont (to whom and his brother Donnell his
father left Koss Broin and eis'hteen townlands, but of which
they were dispossessed by their elder brother, Finghin), settled
in Desmond about 1335. His descendants were styled Slioght
Mergagh. His son.

John (or Shane) O'Mahont Mergagh, of Desmond, m. Shela.
«lau. of Aodh (or Hugh) O'Connell, chief of his name, and
their son,

Dermod O'Mahont Mergagh, of Desmond, living in 1442, to.
Sabina, dau. of O'Sullivan Mor, of Dunderron, by Margaret,
Uau. of Finin McCarthy. Their son,

Conor O'Mahont SIekgagh, of Desmond, party to a treaty of
peace 1477, m. Mary, dau. of Geoffrey O'Donoghue, of Clonflesk,
by Elinor, dau. of Donald McCarthy Mor, and had issue,

TiEGUE O'Mahont Mergagh, who signed a treaty with the
Lord Deputy, Lord Leonard Gray, in 1536, and was Seneschal
of Desmond under the Earl of Desmond. He m. Honora, dau.
of Dermod O'Sullivan Beare, by Lady Eleanor FitzGerald,
dau. of Gerald, Earl of Kildare, and their seventh son,

DoNOGH O'Mahont, was father of Conor, who went to the
Netherlands : Maolmuadh, most of whose sons settled in Spain ;
and Kean, from whom the fourth in descent,

Cornelius Mahont, m. Mary, dau. of Gerald FitzGerald,
Knight of Glyn, and had issue,

I. David, of whom presently.

I. Ellen, wife of Daniel Duggan, Esq. of Knocknaseed, co.

The son,

David MAHONT.Esq. of The Castle, New Castle, CO. Limerick,*
id. Catherine, dau. of Pierce de Lacy, a General in the service
of King James II., and Colonel of a regiment (whose family
gave so many distinguished generals and diplomatists, the
Counts de Lacy, to Austria, Russia, and Spain in the last
century), by Annabella, dau. of Eobert Goold, Esq. of Knock-
faun, CO. Cork, and had issue,

I. Cornelius, d.s.p.

II. Feirce.

The 2nd Fon,

Peirce Mahont, Esq. of Tlie Castle, ISTew Castle, co. Limerick,
aad of Wood Lawn, co. Kerry, J. P. for both cos., b. 1750; m.
1st, Catherine, dau. of — Shechy, Esq. of Gardenfield, co.
J>imerick, by whom he had issue,

I. Bryan, an ofBcer in the Irish Brigade, afterwards incor-
porated in the British service, in which he was killed in
action at the storming of Guadaloupe.

II. Cornelius, Capt. in the 45ih Kegt., m. Mary, dau. of
Francis Arthur, Esq., and d.s.p.

III. Philip, d. vnm. in Paris.

I. Mary, m. Philip Hunt, Esq. of Loughborough, co. Leicester,
a Capt. in the army, and had issue a son, an officer in the
army, killed in the Kaffir war.

Mr. Peirce Mahony m. 2ndly, 21 Feb. 1792, Anna Maria, dau.
of John Maunsell, Esq. of Ballybrood House, co. Limerick (see
JIaunsell of Thorpe MaUor), by his 2nd wife, Catharine, dau.
of the Rev. Thomas Widenham, of the Castle Widenham family,
and by this marriage had issue,

IV. Pbirce, of Wood Lawn and Kilmoma.

v. David, of Grance Con. co. Wicklow, b. 22 Feb. 1795: m.
Oct. 1824, Margaret, dau. of William Perry, Esq. of Gam-
bonstown, co. 'lipperarj-, and d.s.p. 1845.

He d. 1819, and was s. by his son,

!*£»€£ Mahont, Esq. of Wood Lawn and Kilmoma, co.
Kerr]-, J.P., D L., at one time M.P. for Kinsale, 6. 19 Dec.
1792 ; m. 10 Jan. 1S15, Jane, only dau. of Edmund Kenifeck,
];.sq. of Seafort, co. Cork, by Jane Crcagh, of the family of
Laurentinum, co. Cork. Their Lssue was,

I. Peirce K. Mahont, of whom presently.

II. David, of Grange Con, co. Wiuklow, M.A., J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff co. Wicklow 186S.

I. .\nna Maria, 6. and d. Oct. 1815.

H. Maria, wife of Licut.-Col. Francis W. Johnstone, son of
James liaymond Johnstone, Esq. of Alva, N.B., by Mary E.,
dau. of Montague Cholmeley, Esq. of Easton, co. Lincoln,
and had issue,

» Collateral with this branch were the Mahonys of Eatter-
f eld, CO. Kerry, of whom Marion, dau. and heir of James
Mahony, Esq. of Eatterfield, by Margaret his wife, dau. of
liichard Mertdyth, Esq., -,«. 1796, William J. Harte, Esq. of
CocliTiss, CO. Limerick, who d. 1814, leaving with other issue,
J. JIahony Harte, Esq. of Eatterfield, whose daus. (by Lina
Lis wife, dau. of Ministerial P^ath Achenbach, of Carl-^ruhc),
.-ind co-heirs were Marion, m. Robert FitzGerald, Esq., 2nd son
of Sir Peter litzGerald, Part., Knight of Kerr}-, and Lina, m.
George A. Hick=on, Esq. of Fennoyle. co. Keny.

1 Montague Cholmeley, twin with his sister Barbara, who
</. young.

2 Peirce H. de Lacy, of Indian Civil Service.
1 Alice Jane. 2 Edith.

He d. Feb. 1853, and his widow d. 16 July, 1860. Their eldest

Peirce K. Mahont, Esq. of Kilmoma and Gunsborough,
J.P., High Sheriff co. Kerry 1844, b. 4 October, 1817; m. 15
Nov. 1839, Jane, 3rd dau. of Robert Gun Cuninghame, Esq.,
D.L., of Mount Kennedy, co. Wicklow, by his firet wife, Eliza-
beth, only child and heir of Archibald Hamilton Foulkes, Esq.
of Coolawinna, in the same county, and had issue,

I. Peirce Eobert George Gun, b. 13 Sept. 1840 ; d. May, 1844.

II. George Philip Gbn, now of Kilmorna and Gunsborough,
f. his grand'ather 1853.

in. Pierce Charles de Lacy, J.P. cos. Kerry and Limerick,
]\I.P. for Meath, 1886-92, 6. 9 June, 1859; m. 24 April,
1^77, Helen Louise, only child of Maurice CoUis, Esq., by
Martha Jane, dau. of Richard Montgomery, Esq., and has

1 Pierce Gun, 6. 30 March, 1878.

2 Dermot Gun, 6. 3 April, 1881.

Mr. Peirce K. Mahony d. 21 July, 1850, and his widow, who
TO. 2ndly, 8 April, 1856, Col. William Henry "V^icars, late of 61st
Kegt., d. 12 Nov. 1873, leaviug issue by her 2nd marriage,
three sons and one dau.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, quarterly, 1st and 4th or, a
lion rampant az. ; 2nd per pale arg. and gu., a lion rampant
counterchangcd; 3rd arg., a chevron gu. between three
snakes erect sa. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg., a fess gu. surmounted by a
bendlet az., lor De Lact. Cnst and Motto — As Mahont of
Dromore and Ihinlor. Ancient crest, a dexter arm embowed,
grasping a flaming sword ppr.

Seat — Kilmorna, Listowel, co. Kerry.

Chibs — Windham, S.W. ; and Kildare St. Dublin.


Mainwaeing, Salusbttet Knyaston, Esq. of
Oteley Park, Salop, and Bromborough Hall, co.
Chester, J.P. and D.L. Salop, and High Sheriff
1870, educated at .Eton and Ch. Ch. Oxford, b. 8
Sept. 1844 ; m. 20 May, 1869, Edith Sarah, dau. of
the late Sir Hugh Williams, 3rd Bart, of Bodel-
wyddan, co. Flint, and by her (who d. 1885) has

I. Charles Francis Ktnaston, Lieut. Oxford L.I. ; educate<'
at Eton and Trin. Hall, Camb., 6. 17 Dec. 1871.

II. Watkin Eandle Kynaston, 6. 22 Aug. 1875.

Lineage. — James Mainwaring, Esq. (bapt. Jan. 1701-2),
one of the Barons of the Exchequer (3rd son of James Main-
waring, Esq., Alderman of Chester, who purchased Brom-
borough, CO. Chester, and grandson of James Mainwaring,
Esq., M.P., whose father, Eandle Mainwaring, Col. in the
army of King Charles I., was 3rd son of Edward Mainwaring,
Esq. of Whitmore), purchased from the Hardwares, Brom-
borough Court estate. He vi. Mary, dau. and co-heir of
Charles Kinaston, Esq. of Oteley Park, Salop, and by her
(who was bur. at Bromborough, 8 Feb. 1786) had issue,

Charles, his heir.

Thomas, 6. 1725; m. Elizabeth, dau. of James Mason, Esq.
of Shrewsbury, and had one dau. Mary, m. Bulkeley Hatchett.
Esq. of Ellesmere.

Elizabeth, d. unm. 13 Oct. 1749.
James Mainwaringd. 23 Oct. 1749, and was s. by his son,

Charles Mainwaring, Esq. of Bromborough, co. Chester, 6. '
1723, Vi. 24 June, 17.54, Mary, dau. of William Falconer. Esq.,
Eecorder of that city, and had by her, who d. 1789 (with three
daus., Elizabeth, to. the Hon. Booth Grey; Mary, m. John
Smith, Esq. ; and Harriett, d. unm.), two sons, James, of
Bromborough, b. 15 April, 1757, d. Feb. 1827, leaving a son,
Rev. James Mainwaring, M.A., b. at Avignon; and Charles.
Mr. Mainwaring d. 30 July, 1781 ; his 2nd sou,

Eev. Charles Mainwaring, of Oteley Park, 6. 7 Sept. 1768;
>i. 24 June, 1800, Sarah Susannah, dau. of John Townshend,
Esq. of Hem House, co. Denbigh, and by her (wh9 d. Dee.
1829) had issue,

Charles Ktnaston, of Oteley Park.

Townshend, of Galltfaenan (see following Memoir).

Susan, TO. 22 Nov. 1825, the Eev. Edward Duncombe, of
Aldborough, co. York, and d. 1854.
Mr. Mainwaring d. 6 May, 1807, and was s. by his eldest son, |

Charles Ktnaston Mainwaring, Esq. of Oteley Park,j
Salop, and Bromborough Hall, co. Chester, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1829, b. 16 Sept. 1803 ; in. 2 Oct. 1832, Frances,





2n(l dau. and co-heir of John Lloyd Salusbuiy, Esq. of Gallt-
t'aenan, co. Denbigh, and had a son, SALrsBrny Kynaston,
now of Oteley Park. He d. 30 June, 1861, and she d. 10 Jan.

Arms — Arg., two bars gu. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or,
an ass's head couped ppr. Motto — Devant si je puis.

^inaston of ©hlcg ^ark.

The family of Kinaston descends from lorwerth Goch, Lord
of Jlochnant, Powysland, and through him from the royal line
of Powys.

John or Jenkin Kinastov, Esq. (2nd son of Griffith Kynaston,
Esq. of Stocks, Seneschal of the Lordship of Ellesmere temp.
Henbt VI., and elder brother of Sir Eoger Kynaston, of
Hordley, ancestor of the Baronets Kynaston), had the estate
of Stocks settled upon him and his heirs. He m. Johanna,
dau. of John Mainwaring, Esq. of Peover, co. Chester, son of
Sir John Mainwaring, Knt., and left a son and successor,

Peter Kinaston, Esq. of Stocks, m. Margaret, dau. and heir
of Edward Morgan, Esq. of Arlhey, co. Flint, and was s. by liis

HcMPHKET Kinaston, Esq. of Stocks, living temx>. Henkt
VIII., m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William Oteley, Esq. of
Oteley, Salop, by whom he acquired the estate of Oteley, and
had a son and successor,

Geokge Kinaston, Esq. of Oteley and Stocks, m. Jane, dau.
of Sir George Grey, Knt. of Enville, co. Stafford, and a. 8 Dec.
1543, when he was s. by his son,

Eeancis Kinaston, Esq. of Oteley, m. Margaret, dau. of
Francis Charlton, Esq. of Apley, Salop, and relict of Arthur
Chambre, Esq., by whom he left at his demise, 4 Aug. 23
Elizabeth, a son and successor,

SiE Edwakd Kinaston, Knt. of Oteley, High Sheriff for
."Salop, 1599. He m. Isabella, dau. of Sir Nicholas Bagnall,
Knt., Marshal of Ireland, and dying 1641, was s. by his son,

SiE Fkancis Kinaston, Knt. of Oteley, a celebrated scholar
and poet, who translated the " Troilus and Creseide" of Chaucer
into Latin verse. He m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Humphrey Lee,
Bart, of Langley, Salop, and had a son, Edward, his heir. Sir
Francis, who was an Esquire of the Body to Chables I., d.
1652, and was s. by his son,

Edward Kinaston, Esq, of Oteley, m. Catherine, dau. of Sir
John Hanmer, Bart, of Hanmer, and dying April, 1656, was s.
by his son.

Sir Francis Kinaston, Knt. of Oteley, ra. Blargaret, dau. of
Sir Arthur Mainwaring, Knt. of Ightfield, and dyings, p. 1661,
was s. by his brother,

Edward Kinaston, Esq. of Oteley, m. Elizabeth, dau. and
co-heir of Sir Eobert Brooke, Bart., of Nacton, Suffolk, and
was father of

Charles Kinaston, Esq. of Oteley, m. Jane, dau. of Sir
Edward Lacon, of West Coppice, Salop, and had issue,

Edward, of Oteley, who m. thrice, but d. s. p. 1781.

Mary, m. James Mainwaring, Esq. of Bromborough, co.

Penelope, m. the Rev. Edward Vanghan, D.D., and had a
dau. Penelope Vaughan, d. unm.

Arms of KitiASTos — Arg., a lion rampant sa. Crest o/Kinas-
TON — A lion's head erased sa. guttee d'or.

Seofs— Oteley, Ellesmere, Shrewsbury, and Bromborough
Hall, CO. Chester.

Clubs— Car\ton and Wellington.



faenan, co. Denbigh, M.A. Oxon, J.P. cos. Denbigh,

Merioneth, and Carnarvon, Col. 1st Vol. batt. E.

Welsh Fusiliers, b. 7 July, 1845, s. liis father 1883.

Col. Mainwaring is the eldest son of Townshend

Mainwaring, Esq. of Galltfaenan, co. Denbigh, J.P.,

M.P. for Denbigh 1841-48 and 1857-68 (who d.

I 25 Dec. 1883), by Anna Maria his wife, dau. and

; co-heir of Col. John Lloyd Salusbury, of Gallt-

j faenan.

1 Lineage, Amis, &c.—See Mainwaring of Oteley and Brom-
5eot— Galltfaenan, Trefnant, N. Wales.

and D.L., late Lieut. 74th Highlanders, I. 5 July,
1848 ; m. 17 Oct. 1872, EUinor Frances, dau. of the
late Thomas Gray Scott, Esq., and has issue,

I. Stdart Cairns, h. 19 Oct. 1873.

II. Claud Archibald Scott, h. 12 Nov. 1874.

III. Graham McDowell, 6. 20 May, 1879.

I. EUinor Isabel. ii. Gsraldine Veronica.

liineage.— The immediate ancestor of the Maitlands of
Dundrennan was William Maitland, a distinguished Scottish
ecclesiastic during the latter part of the 17th century, the lineal
descendant of an early branch of the Lauderdale family, which
acquired considerable estates in the Stewart ry of Kirkcudbright,
still held by his descendants.

Adam Maitland, Esq. of Dundrennan, in the Stewartry of
Kirkcudbright, son of David Maitland, Esq. of Barcaple, m.
Oct. 1790, Stuart, dau. of Joseph McWhan, Esq., and had

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. Joseph, b. June, 1801; d. Aug. 1864.

III. John, 6. Nov. 1809; d. Dec, 1835.

IV. Edward Francis, a Lord of Session as Lord Barcaple, 6.
April, 1808; d. Feb. 1870.

I. IMargaret, d. 1815.,

II. Mary Annie, d. 1804.

III. Stuart, m. Eev. William Dow.

Mr. Maitland d. 20 July, 1843, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Maitland, Esq. of Dundrennan, Solicitor-General
for Scotland 1840 and 1841, and a Lord of Session as Lord Dun-
drennan, 6. 9 Oct. 1792 ; m. 3 July, 1815, Isabella Graham,
4th dau. of James McDowall, Esq. and niece of William
McDowall, Esq. of Garthland, M.P. co. Renfrew, and had

Stuart Cairns, his heir.

George Ferguson, of Hermand, d. Oct. 1876.

Adam, Adjutant 79th Highlanders, d. before Sebastopol, 7
Oct. 1854,

James WiUiam, h. 4 Oct. 1829; d. June, IS60.

Elizabeth, d. 21 April, 1846.

Graham, vi. Alfred Tritton Fawkes, Esq. of London.

Helen, m. 25 July, lfc65, Robert, 11th Lord Toi-phichen.
Lord Dundrennan d. 10 June, 1851, and was s. by his eldest

Stuart Cairns Maitland, Esq. of Compstone and Dun-
drennan, in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, 6. 27 Aug. 1816 ;
hi. 11 Nov. 1841, Margaret Shippen, dau. of Dominick Lynch,
Esq. of the family of Newborough, co. Galway, and had issue,

David, now of Dundrennan. Thomas, b. 8 June, 1854.

Isabella, to. 1867, Major-Gen. Fullerton, Bengal Staff Corps.
Elizabeth Cockburn, m. 4 March, 1873, Major George Farie,
late 74th Highlanders.
Jane Lynch, m. Carl von Buch (Saxon Guards).
Helen Stuart, d. 11 Oct. 1889. Sarah Lea,

Mr. Maitland d. 4 Dec. 1861.

^?-)n.s— Quarterly ; 1st and 4th, or, a lion rampant conped at
all the joints, within a border embattled gu., for Maitland ;
2nd and 3rd, arg., the ruins of an old abbey on a piece of
ground, all ppr., as proprietor of the Barony of Dundrennan,
on which stands the Abbey of Dundrennan, which afforded a
temporary stielter to the unfortunate Mart, Queen of Scots, in
her flight from the disastrous field of Langside. Crest — A
demi-monk vested grey, holding in his dexter hand a crucifix
arg., and in his sinister a rosary ppr. Motto — Esse quam

Seats— Dundrennan and Compstone, in the Stewartry of

Club — Conservative.

Maitland, Datid, Esq. of Compstone and Dun-
drennan, in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, J.P.


Maitland, Matilda Feances Haeeiet, of
Freugh and Balgreggan, co. Wigton, youngest dau.
of James Buchanan, Esq., and widow of Patrick
Maitland, Esq. of Freugh (who d. 8 April,


Lineage. — This is a branch of the noble and ancient
House of Lauderdale. Charles, 6th Earl of Lauderdale,
m. Lady Elizabeth Ogilby, dau. of James, 6th Earl of Findlater
and Seafield, Lord Chancellor of Scotland, and had issue.
Their 7th son, the Hon. Patrick Maitland, of Freugh, b.
1734 ; m. 1774, Jane Maitland, Dowager Countess of Rothes,
and d. 1797, leaving a dau. Mary Turner (who d. aged 81,
23 Jan. 1861), and a son,

John Maitland, of Freugh and Balgreggan, 6. 1780; m.
1S03, Jane, 3rd dau. of Sir William Maxwell. 4th Bart, of Mon-
reith, and d. 20 May, 1811, leaving.





I. Pathick, his hcii.

H. William, Comm. E.N., H. M.S. " Spiteful," iZ. at Singapore,
Sept. 18-J6.

III. John, Lieut. -Gen. 'R.A., m. 1849, Arabella Jane, dau. of
the Rev. Joseph Wriglit, M.A., andd. l(i March, IbSl, leav-
ing issue, John Hugh Hathorn, deceased ; Elphinstone
Vans Agnew, b. 1856, m. 15 Nov. 1887, Lucy, dau. of Major-
Oen, Henry Bower, Madras Army; William Alexander
Murray; Patrick Lauderdale ; Henry Rothes Stuart ; Edith
Catherine Anne ; Alice Mary Emma ; Helena Louisa, d. 9
March, ISSO; Eglantine.

I. Catherine, d. unm. 30 Sept. 1890.

II. Anne, d.unm. 1831.

HI. Jane Rothes, m. Stair Hathorn Stewart, Esq. of Physgill
(who d. 1865), and d. 12 Nov. 1875, leaving issue.
The eldest son,

Patrick Maitland, Esq. of Krcugh and Balgrcgjran, J.P.
and D.L.,6. 26 July, 1S04; -;«. 23 Oct. 1844, Matilda Fkances
Hauriet, youngest dau. of James Buchanan, Esq. of Cragend
Castle, CO. Stirling, by the Lady Janet Buchanan his wife,
eldest dau. of James, 12th Earl of Caithness, and had issue,

John, his heir, William, heir to his brother.

Patrick, b. 17 July, 1856 ; d. unm. 16 Nov. 1877.
Janet Evelyn Sinclair, d. unm. 29 Dec. 18C3.

Mr. Maitland d. 8 April, 1859, and was s. by his eldest son,

John Maitland, Esq. of Freugh and Balgrcggan, educated
at Eton, b. 10 Dec. 1845, and d. unm. 5 July, 1SC9, when he
was s. by his brother,

William Maitland, Esq. of Freugh and Balgreggan, b. 7
May, 1864: d. unm. 1 Jan. 1881, and s. by his mother,
Mrs. Matilda Frances Harriet Maitland, now of Freugh.

Arms—Or, a lion rampant dechaussee within a double tressurc
flory counterflory gu. Crests — A lion sejant affrontee gu.
ducally crowned, holding in ,the dexter paw a sword ppr.
Motto — Contilio et animis.

iSca^a— Freugh, and Balgreggan, Sandhead, co. Wigton.


Maitla>'d, Eet. John Whitaker, M.A., of
Loughton Hall, co. Essex, Patron and Rector of
Loughton, b. 2S Sept. 1831 ; m. 5 Jan. 1860,
Tenetia, 3rd dau. of Sir Richard Digby Neave, Eart.
of Dagnam Park, Romford, Essex, and has issue,

I. William Whitaker, 6. 15 Jvme, 1SG4.

II. Eeavely Arundel, 6. 24 April, 1871.

III. John Digby, b. 24 Sept. 1872.

IV. Peregrine Neave, b. 28 Dec. 1884.

I. Vcnetia Mary, ro. 11 July, 1883, Alfred Money Wigram,

u. Winifred, m. 27 .April, 1886, Thomas Ber.T^CusaL-k Smith,

ni. Eleanor Neave. iv. Blanche.

V. Cicely. vi. Gwen Constance.

Lineage. — John Maitland, Esq., for many years M.P.
for Chippenham, m. 2 Feb. 1790, Mary Anne Reavely, and d.
22 March, 1831, aged 77, leaving by her (who d. 31 Dec. 1830,
aged 69) a son,

WiLLLAM Whitakee Maitland, Esq. of Loughton and Wood-
ford Halls, Essex, J.P. and D.L., m. 7 Dec. 1820, Anne, dau.
of Benjamin Gott, of Annley House, near Leeds, and by her
had issue,

I. John, d. an infant.

II. William Whitaker, Capt. H. M. 49th Regt., A.D.C. to
Major-Gen. Sir Henry Stork.s ; d. 7 Nov. IsOii.

III. John Whitaker, now of lx)Ughton.

IV. Henry Whitaker, d. 11 Dec. 1877.

I. Anne Whitaker, m. Money Wigram, eldest son of Money
Wigram, ot Woodhouse, Wanstead, Essex, and ti. 27 Oct.
1890, leaving issue.

II. Henrietta Reavely, m. Thomas King Chambers, Hon.
Phyoician to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, and U. 3 Oct. 1893,
leaving issue.

in. Isabella Reavely.

IV. Elizabeth Rhodes, m. Major Francis Tower, E.A., and has

v. Harriet Mary, m. Right Rev. John Gott, Bishop of Truro,

and has issue.

VI. Caroline Octavia, m. Osbert Salvin, Esq., F.R.S., and has

vii. Susan Emily, m. E. L. Salisbury, and has issue.
Mr. Maitland d. 1 July, 1861.
Seat — Loughton Hall, Loughton, Essex.

Royal Scots, h. 17 April, 1871, ; s. his father, Oct.
1885 ; m. 18[t3, Beatrice Cecilia, only child of James
Mitchell, Esq. of Holbrook Hall, Sudbury, Suffolk.

Lineagre. — This family, as the name and arms show, is
of French extraction. It wa.s of some antiquity in the pro-
vince of Beam, which pUice it quitted in 1667, in conse-
quence of the persecution of those professing the Protestant

The lirst of the family who came to England was the Rev.
Andrew Majendie, who settled in Devonshire about 1700, and
m. Susannah Mauzy, by whom he had issue, amongst others,
John James, b. 1709, and Lewis Arnold, 6. 1710. Andrew
Majendie rf. 1739. His son,

John James Majendie, D.D., was Canon of Windsor and
Preceptor to Queen Charlotte. He m. Elizabeth Prevost, by
whom he had issue,

Henry William, successively Bishop of Chester and Bangor,
711. Ann lioutledge, and had issue. His lordship d. Is30.
His son was Capt. W. H. Majendie, of the Guards, whoso
youngest dau., Henrietta Maria, m. 17 April, 1866, the Rev.
T. W. Weare, of Hampton Bishop, co. Hereford.

Susannah, m. Unwin Clarke, Archdeacon of Chester.
The 2nd son,

Lewis Majendie, became possessed of Hedingham Castle by
his marriage with Elizabeth, only dau.

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