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of Sir Henry Hoghton,
Bart. of IIoglitonTower,co. Lancaster, by his first wife, Elizabeth,
only dau. and heir of William Ashhurst, Esq. of Hedingham
Castle. Hedingham Castle, the ancient seat of the De Veres,
Earls of Oxford, was purch.ased of the descendants of that
family by Robert Ashhurst, of the ancient family of Ashhurst,
of Ashhurst, co. Lancaster, the elder branch of which is now
settled at Waterstock, co. Oxford. The issue of the marriage

I. AsEHUBST, of whom presently.

II. Henry Lewis (Rev.), M.A., Vicar of Great Dunmow, m.
l834, Emma Sophia, dau. of T. F. Gepp, Esq. (she d. 1869),
and d. 6 Jan. 1863, having had issue.

1 Lewis Ashhcrst, heir to his uncle.

2 Arnold Henry Ashhurst, b. 1838 ; d. in Queensland,
Aprli, 1873.

3 Severne Andrew Ashhurst (Rev.). M.A., b. 1844.

1 Edith M. Ashhurst, Ml. 1864, W.' Clinton Baker, Esq. of
Bayfordbury, Herts.

2 Alice T. Ashhurst.

3 Constance E. Ashhurst. 4 Eleanor E. Ashhurst.

I. Elizabeth Mary, to. 27 April, 1807, the Hon. George Mark
Arthur Winn, 2nd son of George, 1st Lord Ileadley. He d.
5 Nov. 1b27, leaving, with other issue, Charles, 4th Lord
Headley. Mrs. Winn rf. 18 April, 1863.

II. Georgiana, d. 5 Sept. 1855.

Mr. Majendie d. 13 Aug. 1883, and was s. by his eldest son,

Ashhurst Majendie, Esq., F\R.S., F.S.A., m. F'rances,
eldest dau. of John Griffin, Esq. (she d. Aug. 1868), and d.
7 Oct. I86S, and was s. by his nephew,

Lewis Ashhdkst Majendie, Esq. of Hedingham Castle,
Essex, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Canterbury 1874-78, M.A., b.
1835; m. 8 Jan. 1870, Lady Margaret Elizabeth Lindsay, 2nd
dau. of Alexander WUham, 25th Earl of Crawford and Bal-
carres, and had issue,

James Henry Alexander, now of Hedingham Castle.

Bernard Louis, 6. 1873.

Margaret Aline.

Mr. Majendie rf. 22 Oct. 1885, and was s. by his eldest son, the
present James Henry Alexander Majendie, Esq. of Heding-
ham Castle.

Arms — Quarterly ; 1st and 4th, or, on a mount, in base voi t,
a bay-tree, between a serpent erect on the dexter and a dovt-
close on the sinister, all ppr. (Majendie); 2nd and 3rd, gu., a
cross arg. between four Hcurs de-lis arg. ( in ;»
canton sa. three bars arg. (Hoghton). tVcsi — An arm cmbowcd
in armour, in the hand a scimitar, all ppr. 3/o( Jo— Qualis at/

li'cat — Hedingham Castle, llalstead, Es.scs.


Majendie, James Heney Alexandee, Esq. of
Hedingham Castle, co. Essex, Lieut. 3rd batt.

Makins, Col. William Thomas, of Rotherfielii
Court, CO. Oxford, J.P. for that co. and Essex,
D.L. for Essex, and one of H.M.'s Lieutenants for
the city of London, M.P. for S. W. Essex, 1874-
1892, Hon. Col. 1st Essex Artillcrv, Eastern Dir.
R. A. Yol. Brigade; M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Bar-
rister-at-Law, Deputy Chaircian Gr. E. Railway, 0.





IG March, 1840 ; m. 3 Julj, 1861, Elizabeth, 2ncl
dau. of Lightly Simpson, Esq., Chairman Great
Eastern Railway, and has issue,

r. William Henry, 13th Hussars, 6. 6 Dec. 1863 ; in. Mary
Agnes, only dau. of Sir Charles Lawrence Young', Bart,
of North Dean, Bucks, and d. I Dec. 1889.

ji. Basii. Thomas, Eoyal Bucks Hussars, J. P. co. Oxford, b.
6 Sept. 1868.

jii. Paul Augustine, b. 1S70.

IV. Oscar Matthew, Lieut. E.N., b. 1872.

r. Mary Elisabeth, m. 1890, J. E. Clauson, Esq., Lieut. E.E.

J I. Agatha Caroline.

i:[. Veronica Luce.

IV. Audrey Catharine.

Lineage.— William Makins, E?q. of Thome, co. York,
b. 1756; m. 1780, Mary Ambler, niece and co-heiress of William
Thompson, Esq., banker, of Bridlington, co. York, and by her
(who d. 1838) had a son,

Chaeles Makins, Esq., b. 7 April, 1797; m. 7 Sept. 1837,
Frances, dau. of Thomas Kirkby, Esq. of Leeds, banker, and
by her (whod. 31 Jan. 1876) had issue,

William Thomas, now of Piotherfleld Court.

Heniy Francis, b. 30 July, 1841: m. 1865, Keziah Elizabeth,
2nd dau. of John Hunt, Esq. ot Holmwood, Dorking,

Mr. Makins d.8 Aug. 1878.

5eai— EotherSeld Court, Henley-on-Thamcs.

Town Kesidtnct—l Lowther Gardens, Prince's Gate, S.W.

CJttis— Carlton, Wellington, and Eoyal Thames Yacht.


Malcolm, John Wingfield, Esq., C.B., of
Poltalloeh, co. Argyll, Col. 5th Yol. batt. Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders, M.P. for Boston
1860-78, and for Argyll 18S6 to 1892, M.A., J.P.
and D.L. co. Argyll, and J.P. Kent, b. 16 April.
1833 ; m. 25 July, 1861, the Hon. Alice Frederica
Irby, dau. of G-eorge Ives, 4tli Lord Boston.

Lineage. — This family claims to be the representative or
chief of the clan Challum, or M'Callums, settled, according to
the traditions of the country, from a very early period in
CO. Argyll, and originally styled the clan Challum of Ariske-
odnish, in which lordship most of their estates are still

In the year 1414, Sir Duncan Campbell, Knt. of Lochow,
granted to Reginald Malcolm, Laird of Corbarran, certain
lands in CraignisU and on the banks of Loch Avich, with the
office of Hereditary Constable of his castles of Lochaffy and
Craignish. He d. 1446, and was s. by his son, John, who
was confirmed in his father's lands and offices, as is evident
from a precept bearing date 1 Dec. 1448. This family, which
seems soon after to have declined, appears to have been a
branch of that of Poltalloeh, from the tircumst:mce that the
farm of Corbarran, or Corran, then the only remaining por-
tion of their possessions is said to have been bequeathed
by the last of this race to Zachary, the then proprietor of Pol -
talloch, as his chief or representative of the elder branch of his

Donald M'Gillespie \ic O'Challum, or Donald, son of
Archibald, son of Malcolm, was seised of the lands of Poltal-
loeh 1562, as appears from a charter bearing date 18 May in
that year. He was lineal ancestor of

Neill Malcolm, Esq. (son of John M'Callum, by Margaret
liis wife, dau. of Alexander Campbell, Esq. of the Lochnell
family), who s. his cousin, Dugald Malcolm, of Poltalloeh, in
1785. Neill m. Mary, dau. of John Brisset, Esq., and widow
of Philip Houghton, Esq., of the Island of Jamaica ; d. 1 April,
1802, and was s. by his only son,

Neill Malcolm, Esq. of Poltalloeh, a J.P. and D.L. for co
Argyll, 6. 26 July, 1769 ; m. 9 Feb. 1797, Mary Anne, only
Mirvivmg dau. and heir of David Orme, M.D., of Lamorbey
Kent, and by her (who d. 14 Oct. 18.30) had issue,

Neiil, his heir.

David Orme Cuthbert, h. IG Dec. 1302 ; d. 1 Oct 1832

John, late of Poltalloeh

George Alexander, b. 4 Oct. 1S13 ; d. April, 1815.

MidlmlSan"!'"^' "*• '''"• ''°^'^ ""'''' ^'^- °f ^^^ffi'^l''.

^MarHn'o„^^P"'',l^^^' ^^"■- Richard Francis Wykeham

Casu"'le"n^Tnd h'alT.ue'''''''"" ''^"'"' ^^"^^ '' "^'"^
Blary Anne Martha, d 9 March, 1828.

Mr. Malcolm d. Feb. 1837, and was s. by his eldest son,

Neill Malcolm, Esq. of Poltalloeh, co. Argyll, J.P. and

formerly M.P. for Boston, m. 1st, 14 July, 1831, Harriet Marj-.

3rd dau. of Sir Samuel Clarke Jervoise, Bart, of Idsworth Park,

Hants, and by her (who d. 21 May, 1837) had issue,

Eeginald Neill, d. young.

Marion, m. 24 July, 1860, Col. Lenox Prendergast, son of

Guy Lenox Prendergast, Esq., M.P.
Lucy Elizabeth, deceased.

Alice Elizabeth, m. 14 Feb. 1863, Gen. Sir Henry Dalrymple
White, K.C.B.
Jessie Elizabeth, m. 11 Dec. 1856, the Hon. Egremont
William Lascelles, 2nd son of Henry, 3rd Earl of Harewood,
and has issue.

He m. 2ndly, 2 Sept. 1843, Louisa, 2nd dau. of Evelyn John,
Shiriey, Esq. of Ettington Park, co. Warwick. He d. 2 Oct.
1857, and was s. by his brother,

John Malcolm, Esq. of Poltalloeh, co. Argyll, M.A., J.P.
and D.L., b. 5 Sept. 1805; to. 21 July, 1832, Isabella Harriett,
2nd dau. of the Hon. John Wingfield Stratford, of Addington
Place, Kent, and by her (who d. 30 Sept. 1858) had issue,

I. John Wingfiei.d, now of Poltalloeh.

II. Leonard Neill, Lieut. Eifle Brigade, b. 11 Feb. 1835 ;
killed at Inkerman, 5 Nov. 1854.

III. Edward Donald, Col. E.E. C.B., of Sonachan House,
Lochan-c, CO. Argyll, J.P., 6. 13 Nov. 1837; m. 17 July,
1867, Isabella Wyld, dau. of John Wyld Browne, Esq., and
has issue, Ian Zachary, 6. 3 Sept. I86S; Neil, b. 8 Oct. 1869,
Lieut. 9.3rd Highlanders; Harold; Maurice; Alastair;
Margaret; Dorothy.

IV. William Eolle, of Walton Place, Epsom, Earrister-at
Law, late Assistant Under Sec. of State for the Colonies,
b. 10 Jan. 1840; m. 1st, 22 July, 1874, Georgina (who d.
3 Feb. 1880), youngest dau. of Lord Charles Wellesley ,
2ndly, 27 March, 1882, Euth, dau. of the Eight Hon.
Edward Bouverie.

I. Isabella Ixiuisa, m. 3 Aug. 1875, Hon. Alfred Erskine
Gathorne-Hardy, 3rd son of Viscount Cranbrook, G.C.S.I.
Mr. John Malcolm d. 30 May, 1893, and was s. by his eldest

Ajins—Arg., a saltire az. between f©ur stags' heads erased
gu. Ci-est — Atowerarg. Su^po}-(ej-s— Two stags at gaze ppr.,
chains reflexed over the back or. Motto~ln ardua tendit.

Seat— Poltalloeh, Lochgilphead, co. Argyll. Town Residence
— 7, Great Stanhope Street, W.

C'ii£'./5— Carlton and Juuijr Carlton.

dialcolm: of buenfoot.

Malcolm, Col. William Elphinstone, of
Burufoot, co.Dumfries, J.P.andD.L., M.A. Camb.,
Hon. Col. late Isfc Dumfries Eifie Vol., h. 27 Dec.
1817; w. 1st, 15 AjDril, 1857, Mary, 2nd dau. of
James Douglas, Esq. of Cavers, co. Roxburgh, and
by her, -who d. 12 May, 1859, had an only child,

Mabt Docglas, of Cavers, assumed the name of Douglas on
the death of her uncle, James Douglas, of Cavers, July 29,
1878 ; m. 12 Nov. 1879, Capt. Edward Palmer, J.P.,
youngest son of Eev. George Palmer, M.A. Eectorof Sul-
lington, 00. Sussex, and has issue, Archibald, 6. 21 Aug.
1880 ; Malcolm, 6. 29 March, 1882.

He m. 2ndly, 2 May, 1866, Charlotte Elizabeth,
eldest dau. of the Hon. Alexander Leslie Melville,
of Branston Hall, co. Lincoln. She d. 27 Nov.

Lineage — The Eskdale Malcolms are a younger branch
of the Malcolms of Lochore, co. Fife. The first who settled in
CO. Dumfries was Eobebt Malcolm, son of David Malcobn, by
Elizabeth Melvill, his wife. He m. Agnes, dau. of Eev. George
Campbell, and d. 1761, leaving a son,

George Malcolm, Esq. of Bumfoot, co. Dumfries, m. 18 Aug.
1761, Margaret, dau. of James Paisley, Esq. of Craig, near
Langholm, and by her (who d. 9 Nov. 1811) left at his decease,
13 May, 1803, with seven daus., ten sons,
Robert, 6. 1764; d. 1813.

James (Sir), K.C.B., Col. of Marines, m. 4 Nov. 1806, Jean,
dau. of William Oliver, Esq., and d. 1819, leaving issue.
PcLTENET (SiK), of whom presently.

John (Sir), G.C.B., a General Officer, 6. 2 May, 1769; n.
4 June, 1807, Charlotte, dau. of Major-Gen. Sir Alexander
Campbell, Bart., and d. 1833, leaving, with other issue,
George Alexander, of Gwendraeth House, co. Carmarthen^
C.B., General in the Army, Col. 2nd batt. King's Own L.I.,
b. 1810; m. 4 Dec. 1845, Georgina, dau. of the Most Eev.
Edward Vernon-Harcourt, Archbishop of York.
Thomas, b. 27 April, 1770; m. 1804, Frances Deans, and d.
1809, leaving issue.





Gilbert (Rcw). Rector of Todenham, co. Gloucester, 6. 1775 :
m. 180G, his cousin, Ileleu, dau. of Matthew Little, Esq. of
Langholm, and had issue.
George, Lieut. K.N., d. 1794.
David, m. twice, and d. at Bombay, 1826, leaving with other

issue, Gen. Sir George Malcolm, G.C.B., 6. 1818.
■\Villiam Osrilvv, d. 1S04.

Charles (Sir),"Knt., C.B., Eear-Admiral E.N.,&. 1782; m.
twice, and had issue.
The 3rd son,

Admikal Sm Pdlteket jMalcolm, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., b.
21 Feb. 176S, became eminently distinsuished as a naval com-
mander. He VI. 19 .Jan. 1S09, Clementina, dau. of the lion.
William Fullerton Elphinstone, and by her (who d. 19 Nov.
1830) left at his decease, 20 July 1838, an only surviving
Eon, the present Wiluam Elphinstone Malcolm, Esq. of

Anns— Or, on a saltire az., between four harts' heads erased
gu., five crescents of the field. Crest — On a mount vert a tower
arg. masoned sa. Motto — In ardua tendit.

Scat — Burnfoot, Langholm, co. Dumfries,


Maliock, Eichaed, Esq. of Cockington Court,
CO. Devon, J.P. aud D.L., formerly Lieut. E..A.,
educated at Harrow and the Eoyal Academy, Wool-
■wich, patron of two livings, and Lord of the Manors
of Cockington and Deandon and Dunstone, Widdi-
combe-on-the-Moor, M.P. for Devon, Torquay Divi-
sion, since 1886, b. 28 Dee. 1843 ; m. 1st, 18 April,
1876, Mary Jones, dau. of Thomas Ashton Hodgson
Dickson, Esq. of Liverpool, and by her (who d. 2
June, 1878) had issue,

I. Chakles Heubert, b. 15 May, 1878.

I. Helen Mary, 6. 7 March, 1877.

He m. 2ndly, 19 June, 1880, Elizabeth Emily, dau.
of George Maconchy, Esq. of Eathmore, co. Long-
ford, and Corrinagh, Torquay, and by her has,

II. Roger Champernowne, 6. 21 Sept. 1881.

III. Eawlyn Richard Maconchy, b. 18 March, 18S7.

Lineage. — William Mallock, of Axmouth, co. Devon,
was living there 1490. He m. Agnes, dau. of William New-
berry, of Stocliland, co. Dorset, and was father of

I. John, of whom hereafter.

II. William, whose great-grandson,

Eoger, was Mayor of Exeter 1637, and was father inter alios
Eoger, who purchased Cockington from Sir Henry Cai-y
1654, m. Rose, dau. of Jerome Alexander, and d. 1658,
leaving an only son,
Eawlin, of Cockington, M.P. for Totnes and Ashburton,
m. 1st, 1669, Susannah Gorges, and 2nd]y, Elizabeth,
dau. of Sir John Collins, and had an only son,
Eawlin, who d. unm. 1699, when he was s. by his
Eawlin, of Cockington, m. Margaret, dau. of Nicholas
Staphorst, and d. 1749, leaving issue, Mary, m.
1720, William Kitson, of Ashburton; Margaret, m.
1720, John Champernowne, son of Arthur Cham-
pernowne, of Darlington; Anne, 7n. 1729, John
Acland : and a son and heir, Rawlin, of Cockington,
who m. 1st, Sarah Rooke, and 2ndly, Mary Ruddock,
and d.s.p. 1779, when he was s. at Cockington by
his kinsman Samuel, as hereafter.

John Mallock, Esq., M.P. for Poole 1515, m. 1st, Maud,
dau. of John Weston, of Colyton, and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of
John Chaplain, of Taunton, and by her had,

I. William, his heir.

II. John, M.P. for Lyme Regis 1554.
HI. Richard.

The elder son,

William Mallock, Esq. of Eousdown and Bindon, in the
parish of Axmouth, m. Joan, dau. of WiUiam Sherman, and
was s. by his son,

EicHABD Mallock, Esq. of Eousdown and Bindon, m. 1597,
Joan, dau. of John Yonge, of Colyton, sister of Walter Yonge,
the diarist, and d. 1644, when he was s. by his eldest son,

John Mallock, Esq. of Rousdown and Bindon, 6. 1600 ; m.
1625, Susan, dau. of John Willoughby, Esq. of Payhembury,
and had issue,

I. RicHABD, his heir.

II. WiUiam (Rev.), Rector of Farway, Devon, 6. 1638; m.
Frances Starre, of Seaton, and was father of

William, b. 1688 ; i.j,. Judith, dau. of Samuel Pulman, of
Combe Raleigh, and had a son,
Samcel (Rev.;, of whom hereafter.
1. Elizabeth, TO. 1st, Nicholas Willoughby; 2ndly, Richard,
4th Lord Blayney, who d. 5 Nov. 1070; and 3rdly, Hugli
Montgomery, Esq.
John Mallock d. 1669, and was s. by liis eldest son,

Richard Mallock, Esq. of Rousdown and Bindon, m. 1st,
Elizabeth, dau. of Roger Tuckfield, of Eaddon and Little
Falford, and 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Sir Richard Strode, Knt. of
Newenham, and by her had an only son, who sold Rousdown
and Bindon, m. Ann Dunning, and d. s. p. 1729. The family
was carried on by Richard Mallock's great-nephew, the

Eev. Samdel Mallock, Rector of Trusham, who s. his
kinsman as above, at Cockington, 6. 1728; m. Martha, dau. of
John Davy, Esq. of Sidbury, and d. 1786, leaving a son.

Rev. Roger Mallock, of Cockington, b. 1772; to. 1793,
Mary, dau. of John Mudge, and d. 1840, leaving with other

Charles Herbert Mallock, Esq. of Cockington, J.P.,
Lieut. R.A., b. 1802; m. 1836,Maria, dau. of Arthur Champer-
nowne, Esq. of Darlington Hall, M.P. (see Champernowne of
Dartingtoii), and d. 1873, leaving,
I. Charles Herbert, his heir, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1840 ;
d. unm. 1875.
n. Richard, now of Cockington.

III. John Jervis (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Ruan Minor, Corn-
wall, TO. 18S8, Alice Deborah, dau. of George Maconchy,
Esq. of Rathmore, co. Longford, b. 1856.

I. Mary Louisa, d. 1857.

II. Charlotte Sophia. iii. Harriet.

IV. Frances, in. 1880, Rev. Josiah Newman, M.A., Rector ot
West Buekland, Devon, and has issue.

V. Elizabeth. vi. Gertrude. vii. Catherine.

Arms — Per chevron engrailed or and sa., in chief two pellets,
each charged with a fleur-de-lis of the first, and in base a bezant
charged with a fleur-de-lis of the second. Crest — A cubit arm
erect, vested or, thereon two bends wavy sa., in the hand ppr.
a mallet or. Motto — Die quid dicere fas est.

Seat — Cockington Court, Torquay, Devon.


Malloby, The Eev. Herbert Leigh, of Mob-'
berley, co. Chester, Kector and Patron of Mobber-
ley, M.A., h. 26 July, 1856; m. 20 June, 1882,
Annie Beridge, dau. of Eev. J. Jebb, M.A., of
Walton Lodge, co. Derby, and has issue,

I. George Herbert Leigh, b. 18 July, 188C.

II. Trafford Leigh, 6. 11 July, 1892.

I. Mary Henrietta, b. 3 Feb. 1885.

II. Annie Victoria, b. 19 Nov. 1887.

Xiineag'e. — This family was first established at Mobberley.


Thomas Mallort (a younger son ot Sir William Mallory,
of Studley, co. York), Rector of Davenham and of Mobberley,
and Dean of Chester. He to. Elizabeth, dau. of the Eight
Rev. Richard Vaughan, Bishop of Chester, and by her had,

Richard, his heir.

William, knighted 1642, and d. s. p.

Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Northend, co. Chester.

George, Curate of Mobberley, m. Alice, dau. of Thomas
Strethill, Esq. of Mobberley, and had issue.

Jane, to. John Holford, Esq. ot Davenham.

Katherine, to. John Batt, Esq. of Ockell, co. York.

Elizabeth, b. 1608; to. Eev. Thomas Glover, Rector of West

Mary, m. Eev. Edward Wyrley, brother of Sir Edward
Wyrley, Knt. of Uampstead Hall, co. Stafford.
The eldest son,

Richard Mallort, Esq. of Mobberley. to. Lucy, dau. of
R. Holland, Esq. of Hendry Vawr, and had issue, Thomas, his
heir ; Richard ; Lucy ; and Elizabeth, to. Richard Holford, Esq.,
of Davenham. The eldest son,

Thomas Mallort, Esq. of Mobberley, to. Mary, dau. of
William Burgess, Esq. of Macclesfield, and dying 31 May, 1664,
left issue, a son Thomas, b. 1057, Eector of Mobberley, who d.
unm. 1713, and a dau.,

Alicia Mallort, 6. 12 June, 1660; m. at Mobberley, 1691,
Eev. George Mallory, Vicar of Maynooth, co. Kildare, and
had issue, an only son,

Eev. George Mallort, Eector of Mobberley, m. SaraS,
dau. of John Plumbe, Esq. of Liverpool, and by her had (with
four daus., Marie, Sarah, Alice, and Elizabeth) a son and





Eev. Thomas Mallort, LL.B., Eector of Mobberley, and
Vicar of Huyton, co. Lancaster, 6. 28 Nov. 1727 ; ni. Barbara,
dau. of George Ffarington, Esq. of Shawe Hall, co. Lancaster,
and by her had issue, an only son,

Eev. John Holdsworth Mallobt, Eector of Mobberley, and

one of the Fellows of the Collegiate Church of Manchester, J. P.

for Chester, to. Julia, dau. of John Crowder, Esq. of Brolherton,

CO. York, and had issue, an only child,

Julia, m. Eev. George Leigh (son of Eev. George Edward

L«igh, Incumbent of St. Peter's Stockport, by Elizabeth

his wife, dau. of John Philips, Esq. of Bank Hall {see

Tbaffoed of Oughtringham), who assumed the name of

Mallokt 1832, and was

Eev. George Mallort, M.A., Eector of Mobberley, co.
Chester, 6. 16 July, 1806; m. 1st, 28 Feb. 1S32, Julia, only
child and heir of the Eev. John Holdsworth Mallory, Rector
of Mobberley, and by her (who d. 28 March, 1835) had issue,
1. George (Rev.), 6. 9 Jan. 1833 ; d. 8 March, 1864.

I. Harriet, m. 1 Oct. 1861, Itev. Eobert Lloyd.

He m. 2ndly, 7 June, 1836, Henrietta, 2nd surviving dau. of
TraEford Trafford, Esq. of Oughtrington Hall. co. Chester, and
bad by her (who d. Jan. 1892) further issue,

II. Edward Leigh, b. 4 May, 1837 ; m. Emily, widow of
J. Garratt, Esq., and d. 18 Nov. 1876.

ni. Henry Leigh, b. 11 Oct. 1841; d. 12 May, 187C.

IV. Trafford Leigh, 6. 2 Aug. 1845; d. 24 Aug. 1867.

V. Wilfred Leigh (Coburg, Ontario), 6. 23 Aug. 1853; ra.
18S7, Alice, only dau. of J. G. Clarke, Esq. of Paris,
Ontario, and has issue, George Edmund Leigh, h. 1 Dec.

VI. Herbert Leigh, now of Mobberley.

II. Ellen.

III. Henrietta Elizabeth, d. unm. 3 Jan. 1893.

IV. Edith, TO. 1st, 28 April, 1875, W. Wood Blake, Esq., and
2ndly, April, 1883, T. G. Kerans, M.D., and had issue,
William Leigh, 6.21 July, 1884; Edith, b. 1886; and Violet,
6. 1888. She d. 26 Sept. 1891.

T. Alice, TO. 1st, 10 Dec. 18S8, James Walker, Esq., and
2ndly, 6 Sept. 1876, Thomas Watson Greig, Esq., D.L.
vi. Emma.
Mr. Mallory d. 26 July, 1885.

Arms — Or, a lion rampant gu. collared arg. a canton az.
Crest — A horse's head couped gu.
Seats— Manor House, Mobberley, co. Chester.


Maione, John Eichaed, Esq. of Baronston, co.
Westmeatli, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1852, b.
1817; m. 1st, 1844, Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Henry
Peisley L'Estrange, of Moystown, King's Co., and
by her (who d. 1847) has issue,

I. John Eichard, J.P., late 12th Lancers, Col. Commanding
9th Batt. Rifle Brigade, 6. 1846; m. 1st, 11 July, 1872,
Hon. Charlotte Mildred (she was divorced in 1892, and
TO. 2ndly, 1892, Count C. de Beaumont d'Antichamp),
dau. of Hon. John Yarde Buller, and sister of John, 2nd
Lord Churston, and has issue, John Eichard Mordred
Henry L'Estrange, 6. 1875; Roderick O'Connor Vivian
Henry Vere, b. 1879; Victor Mildred Charles, 6. 1882.
Col. Malone in. 2ndly, 1893, Catherine Cecil, dau. of Major
J. W. Percy, late Norfolk Eegt.

n. Henry L'Estrange, Lieut.. Col. h.p. late 16th Lancers,
formerly A.D.C. to the Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 6. 1847;
m. 29 July, 1884, Grace Agnes, youngest dau. of Francis
Brooke, Esq. of Summeiton, co. Dublin, and the Hon.
Mrs. Brooke.

He m. 2ndly, 2 April, 1868, Anna Jane, youngest
dau. of Eobert WiUiam Lo-wry, Esq., D.L., of
Pomeroy, co. Tyrone, and Belmore, co. Westmeath.

Lineage. — This family, one of the most ancient in
Ireland still holding their hereditary property, is an offshoot
of the royal House of the O'Connors, King's of Connaught, and
derives its name of Malone from an ancestor, John O'Connor,
styled " Maol-Eoin." It is stated that their old residence, Bally-
nahown Court (afterwards the seat of Sir John Ennis, Bart.),
was for nine centuries in the possession of the Malones, and,
together with Palace Park, Litter, Cartrons, &c., rendered them
at one time the largest landed proprietors in Westmeath. The
representative of the family,

Edmond Malone, Esq. of Eallynahown, m. 1569, Margaret,
dau. of Richard D' Alton, Esq. of Milltown, and was father of

Edmond Malone, Esq. of BaUynahown, w. 1st, 1599, Eose,

dau. of John Coghlan, and 2ndly, Catherine Pettyt. By the
latter, he had a son, John, of Cartrons, and a dau. Mary, la.
John Dillon, Esq. ; and by the former, he was father of a sou
land heir,

Edmond Malone, Esq. of BaUynahown, to. 1617, a dau. of
Garrett Byrne, and left a son and successor,

Edmond Malone, Esq. of BaUynahown, m. 1644, Mary, dau.
of Brazel Fox, of Kilcoursy, and had two sons,

I. Edmond, his heir.

II. Anthony, of Baronstown, to. 1673, Mary, dau. of John
EeUly, Esq. of Lisraore, co. Cavan, and was father of

Eichard, of Baronstown, 6. 1674, the celebrated lawyer
and orator; m. 20 April, 1698, Marcella, dau. of Eedmond
Molady, Esq., by Maiy, his wife, dau. of John Malone,
Esq. of Cartrons, and had issue,

1 Anthony (the Eight Hon.), M.P., Prime Serjeant and
Chancellor of the^Exchequer 1757-1760, to. 1733, Rose,
dau. of Sir Ralph Gore, Bart., Speaker of the House of
Commons, but d. s. p. 8 May, 177G.

2 Edmond, M.P., Judge of the Court of Common Pleas
in Ireland, ■//!. 173G, Catherine, dau. and heir of
Benjamin Collier, Esq., and d. 1775, leaving two sons,

Eichard, Baron Sunderlin, in the Peerage of Ireland,
so created 1785; d. s. p. 1817 (see Burke's ExtiMt

Edmond, the commentator on Shakespeare, d. 1812.

3 Eichard, M.P., 2nd Serjeant-at-Law, ra. Anne, dau.
and co-heir of Henry Malone, of Litter, and had issue,

Henry, to. 1765, Catherine, dau. of Eichard Plunket,
Esq., and had a son, Richard, of Pallas Park, and a
dau., Alice, 6. 1767, who to. H. O'Connor, Esq. At
the death of her brother, this lady resumed her maiden
name of Malone, and retained possession of Barons-
town until her death, 1866.

Mary, to. 1753, John O'Connor, Esq. of Mount Plea-
sant {see O'CoNNOR-MoBRis of iloo.iit Pleasant).

1 Anne Jane Frances.

2 Mary, to. Theobald Dillon, Esq.


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