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Margaret, in. John Hussey, Esq.

4 MarceUa, rii. John Eeilly, Esq.

The elder son of Edmund Malone and Mary Fox his wife,

Edmond Malone, Esq. of BaUynahown, /;(. 1674, Anne,
dau. of Henry L'Estrange, Esq. of Moystown, King's co., and
had (with a dau. Mary, rn. Anthony Daly, Esq.) three sons,

I. Eichard, of BaUynahown.

II. Heniy, of Litter, King's co., d. 1739, leaving, by Margaret
L'Estrange his wife, two daus., his co-heirs,

1 Anne, m. Eichard Malone, Esq., M.P.

2 Elizabeth, to. Henry L'Estrange, Esq. of Moystown,
M.P. for Banagher, and their great-grandson, Edmund
L'Estrange, of Tynte Lodge, m. Lady Henrietta Susan
Lumley, sister of Eichard, 9th Earl of Scarborough, and
d. 18G6, leaving, with other issue. Rev. Savile Richard
William L'Esteange-Malone, Minor Canon of Worcester
and Eector of Dalton Holme, m. 10 Oct. 1876, Frances
Mary, 2nd dau. of George .Savile Foljambe, Esq. of
Osberton, Notts, and has, Edmund George Savile, b. 187S,
and two other sons and three daus.

III. Anthony, to. Bridget, dau. of Henry Talbot, Esq., and
had issue,

1 Eichard, m. Mary, dau. and co-heir of Acheson Moore,
Esq. of Eavella, co. Tyrone, and relict of Eoger Palmer,
Esq., but (?. s. p.

2 Edmond, Major 47th Eegt., m. Mary, eldest dau. of
Eichard Malone, Esq., and widow of John O'Connor, Esq.
and had issue,

Anthony, d. 1787.

Elizabeth, to. Henry, 6th son of Puilph Snoyd, Esq. of
Keele, co. Stafford.

The eldest son of Edmond Malone, Esq., and Anne L'Estrange
his wife,

Eichaed Malone, Esq. of BaUynahown, m. 1707, Anne, dau.
of Sir Thomas Crosby, Bart., and had issue,

I. Edmond, M.P. for Ardfert, to. Euth Judge, of Gage-
borough, and d. s. p. 1759.

II. Henry, his heir.

III. Anthony, of Cartrons (Eev.), m. Miss Hyanton, and had
a son,

Edmond, of Cartrons, m. 1st, Miss White, dau. of Henry
White, Esq., and 2ndly, Anne, youngest dau. of John
O'Connor, Esq., of Mount Pleasant, aimt of the Countess
of Desart, and had issue,

Henry, Capt. 40th Eegt., killed in the battle of the
Edmond, b. 1785, Lieut. E.N. ; to. Mary Anne, dau. ef
W. B. Taylor, Esq. of Yarmouth, and d. 1863, leaving
issue, 1 Robert Edmund, Paymaster E.N., m. 1st, 1846,
Frances Anne Stepney Maume, and 2ndly, 1854, .\nne,
dau. of William Turner, M.D., of Grantham (which
lady d. 16 April, 1868), and d. Nov. 1874 ; 2 Richard





<Kev.). M.A., Vicar of Totton, Beds, 6. 1820, m. 1849,
Jane Wilniot, dau. of Gen. Robvns, K.H., of Penzance,
and has issue, John Henry Edmond, u. 1854, d. 1861,
Cecil Kichard Robyns, 36th Kegt., 6. 1859, Elizabeth
Wilmot Marion, 6. Isol.ii. 1878, Maria Jane Maud, b.
1861, Ethel Ada Julia, 6. 1863, Wilniot Edith Catherine,
6. 1865; 3 William, drowned; 4 Anthony, Major
it.M.L.I., m. 1st, Mary, dau. of Charles Edwards, Esq.
of Totnes, and by her (who d. 25 Jan. 1808) has a dau.
Minnie, and 2ndly, 23 Nov. 1809, Eliza Carter, elder
dau. of Dr. \V. C.'lloffuieister, of Clifton House, Cowes,
Isle of Wisht, and has issue, llobert Joseph Gee;
Horence Hoffmeister; Henry L'EstranRe: and Anne
Wade; 1 Marianne: 2 Elizabeth; 3 Harriette, to. G.
Kingston, M.A., of Toronto, and has issue, George
Malcolm, and Alice; 4 Julia, m. B. Clierriman, Esq.
M.A., of Toronto.

Elizabeth, m. Major Peter Warburton, 96th Eegt., 2nd
son of Col. Warburton, of Garryhinch, and has issue,
Anne, m. Col. Wade ; Martha; and Elizabeth.

Anne, m. Kobert French, Esq., grandson of the Very
Kev. W. French, Dean of Ardagh, of Abbey Boyle and
Oak Port, in Roscommon, and has issue, Anne, in. A.
Hector, Esq.

Wary, m. J. Hamilton, Esq.
V Elizabeth, m. Robert Holmes, Esq, of Petcrfield.

Tue 2nd son,

Henet Malonb Esq. of Ballyualiown, m. Anne, dau. of
— Jones, Esq. of Moneyglass, and had a son,

Edmond Malone, Esq. of Ballynahown, m. 1774, his cousin,
Slary, eldest dau. of John O'Connor, Esq. of Mount Pleasant,
King's CO., and had issue,

I. Edmond, of whom presently.

II. John, d. unm. 1836.

III. Henry, in. Mary Anne Mooney, and d.n. p. 1843.

I. Maria, d. unm. n. Anne, d. unm.

His eldest son,

Edmond Malont:, Esq. of Ballynahown, King's co., Capt. in
the Black Horse, m. 1813, Henrietta, dau. of John Chomley,
tsq. of Belcamp, co. Dublin, and dying 1818, left issue,

I. Edmond, d. unn. 1836.

II. John Richard, now of Earonston.
I. UaiTictte, d. uivn.

Arms— Gu., a lion rampant between three mullets arg.
Crest — A man in armour, spear in hand, resting on the ground,
all ppr. Motto — Fidelis ad urnam.

S-:at — Baronston, Mullingar, and Shinglas, Ballymore,
3Ioate, CO. WestmeatU.


Maxby-Colegrate, Thomas, Esq. of Cann Ilall,
Essex, and Little Elliiigham, Norfolk, b. 30 Dec.
1847 ; m. 1st, 16 Sept. 1879, Alice Amy, dau. of
Col. Stewart ; she d. s. p. 17 Dee. 1880 ; he m.
2ndly, 8 Feb. 1882, Alice, dau. of Frederick Cayley
Worsley, Esq., and has issue,

Geeaed Thomas, 6. 26 Feb. 1886.

Lineagre. — Sie William Manbt, Knt., living temp.
Edwaed III. (son of Robert Manby by his wife, the dau. of
Sir John Gastinbridge, Knt., grandson of John de Manby,
and his wife, the dau. of Sir John Boys, Knt., and great-
i^'randson of Petronellus de Manby, Lord of Manby, co.
Lincoln), m. Alice, dau. and heiress of Alan Malkake, Lord
of Elsham, co. Lincoln, and by her was lineal ancestor of the
distinguished family of Manby of Lincolnshire,

EoBEET Manbt, Esq. of Walmsgate and Wragby, co Lin-
coln, entered his pedigree at the Visitation in 1643. His

Tho.mas Manbt, Esq. sometime of Lincoln's Inn, purchased
the manor and estate of Downsell Hall, in the parish of South
Weald, Essex, 10 Oct. 1660, and was father of,

Sie Thomas Manbt, Knt., of Downsell Hall, knighted at
•Whitehall 25 May, 1686, High Sheriff of Essex 1688; m. 1st,
1€S3, Juliana, dau. and co-heir of Sir George Selby, Bart., of
White House, co. Durham, and of Darnley, co. Middlesex,
and by her had, Feancis, his heir, of whom presently. He
lii. 2ndly, 1694, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir George Cary, Knt., of
Torr Abbey, co. Devon, and by her (who was buried 24 May,
1726) had two sons, Robert of Lincoln's Inn, m. Mary Cary,
and d. s. p. 1737 ; and Edward. Sir Thomas d. 21 Aug. 1729,
aged 75, and was ». by his eldest son,

Fbancis Manbt, Esq. of Downsell Hall, 6. about 1684; m.
3728, Anne HicXias, and by her (who d. 16 Feb. 1757) bf.^

I. Francis, his heir,

II. Thomas, successor to his brother.

I. Frances, vi. John Petre, Esq. of Bell House, Essex.

II. Catherine. iii. Anne, d. unm.

IV. Mary, TO. 31 Aug. 1762, William Colegrave, of Cann Hall,
Essex (who d. 27 April, 1793) ; she d. s. p. 4 Feb. 1810.

Mr. Manby d. 14 June, 1755, and was s. by his eldest son,

Francis Manbt, Esq. of Downsell Hall, 6. 1732; m. 1761,
Mary, dau. of Anthony Wright, Esq., Banker, but dj-ing
without surviving issue, 2 March, 1780, was succeeded by his

Thomas Manbt, Esq. of Downsell Hall, m. Anne, dau. of
William Colegrave, Esq. of Cann Hall, and sister of William
Colegrave, and Robert Colegrave, Esqs. of Cann Hall, who
d. s. p. 1810. By this lady Mr. Manby had issue,

I. John, his heir.

II. Francis, m. Isabella, dau. of Thomas Hurnall, Esq. of
London, and d. 13 Dec. 1794, having by her (who lii. 2ndly,
— Gawthorp, of Hull) had issue, William, s. his uncle ;
R'chard, d. an infant; and Bridget, m. 1818, John Davies,
Esq. of Berbice.

I. Catherine, m. 16 Aug. 1795, Richard Walrasley, Esq.

II. Frances, to. 1st, 6 Feb. 1797, Mark Anthony Browne, last
Viscount Jlontague ; and 2ndly, Henry Slaughter, Esq. of
Kingsdown, near Bristol.

III. Anne, m. April, 1799, Philip Hughes, Lieut.-Col. R.E.
Mr. Manby d. 1786, and was .•;. by his elder son,

John Manbt, Esq. of Downsell Hall, m. Harriet Maria
Cliff, of Brigg, CO. Lincoln, d. s. p. 5 Jan. 1819, and was s.
by his nephew,

William Manby, Esq. of Downsell Hall, and Cann HaU,
Essex, and of Bracebridgc, and Mere Hall, co. Lincoln, a
Major in the Army ; b. 24 Feb. 1788 ; m. 12 June, 1810,
Catherine Anne Sarah, eldest dau. of the late General Sir
John Eraser, G.C.H., Col. of the Royal York Rangers, and had

I. John William, of Cann Hall.

II. William, b. 29 March, 1819; m.iAug. 1841, Eleanor, 2nd
dau. of the late Charles Walmsley, Esq. of W^estwood
House, CO. Lancaster, and has issue, Edward, m. Elizabeth
Violet, dau. of Hugh Gibb, Esq., and has issue.

III. William Herman, d. 1869.

IV. Francis Edward, b. 23 Sept. 1824; to. 15 July, 1847, Mary
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Robert Bruce ChiL-hester, Esq.,
and had issue, Francis Howard Nugent, d. I March, 1871 ;
and Mary Isabella Florence.

I. Elizabeth, a nun.

It. Everilda Henrietta, d. a nun.

HI. Catherine Francis Eleanora, to. Rev. William Sergison.

IV. Isabella Frances Sarah, to. 11 June, 1838, Eben William,

only surviving son of Francis Robertson, Esq. of Chilcote,

CO. Derby.

Major Manby, who took the name of CoLEORAve, d. 27 May,

1868, and was buried at South Weald, Essex, being s. by his

eldest son,

John Manbt, Esq. of Cann Hall, Lieut. 3rd Light Dra-
goons, b. 20 Oct. 1811 ; to. 29 Sept. 1835, Louise Marie, only
dau. of Lieut. John Matcham Isaac, son of Nicholas Isaac,'
Esq. of Maisefield, co. Gloucester, and d. 17 Jan. 1879, having
had issue,

I. William Richard, 6. 21 Aug. 1840, in Holy Orders of the
Church of Rome.

II. John, d. an infant.

III. Thumas, now of Cann Hall.

Mr. John Manby assumed, by royal licence 14 July, 1868, in
pursuance of the will of his great gs-and-uncle, William
Colegrave, Esq. the surname of Colegeave, in lieu of his
patronymic Manby, and subsequently resumed the name of
Manbt in addition to that of Colegeave.

Anns — Arg., two bars gu. each charged with as many \

crescents or, between three pheons of the second. Crest — An I

ostrich feather erect az. and two arrows in saltiro or, barbed I

and flighted arg., banded by a mural crown gu. i/o4(o— Fidei i

5ea(3— Cann Hall, Essex; and Little Ellingham, Norfolk.



Manley, Augustus East, Esq. of Manley Hall
and Shenstone Park, co. Stafford, J. P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1879, b. 14 March, 1824 ; m. 2 June,
1849, Margaret Christabelle, only dau. of the late
John Burton PJiilips, Esq. of The Heath House,
Cheadle, co. Stafford, and has issue,

J. FaANCis Capel, J.P., late Lieut.-Col. Coldstream
ftuards, 6. 18 May, 1S50, served witb bis regiment in





Egypt 1882, and was present at tlie battle of Tel-el-Kebir,
and again in the Suakim Campaign of 1885 ; m. 15 Feb
1887, Edith Mary, eldest dau. of Cunliffe Henry Shawe.
Esq. of Weddington Hall, co. Warwick, and has issue,
a son, h. 24 Aug. 1891, a dau. 6. 1888, and a dau. 6. 1890.

H. Augustus Frederic, b. 29 Jan. 1853.

I. Louisa Georgina.

Liineagre. — This family, one of the most ancient of the
3anded gentry of England, is mentioned in Hollinshed's
Chronicles as amongst the number of those who came over
with William the Conqcerok, and the name is included in
■"the Eoll of Battle Abbey."

. EooER Manley was seated at Manley, co. Chester, temp.
Henet II., where his descendants continued to reside for many
centuries, and about the year 1520 the Manleys removed from
CO. Chester to Erbistock, co. Denbigh, a property which still
belongs to the family.

In the reign of James I., Sik Eichabd Maklet (who is
mentioned in the Life of Lord Clarendon) was Comptroller of
the Household to Henry, Prince of Wales, and a Member of
the Board of Green Cloth.

In the reign of Charles I., Sik Francis Maklet, of Erbi-
stock, one of the Judges of Wales, m. a dau. of Sir Gerard
Eyton, of Eyton, and had one son, Cornelius Manley, who
was made Constable of Harleigh Castle by Charles II. He
left an only dau., Kebecca, who m. the Eev. J. Laurence, but
•d. s. p. Sir Francis Manley had two brothers, Sir Eoger
Manley, a Capt. in Charles II. 's Eegiment of Guards, and
<!oTernor of Landguard Fort, who d. s. j). ; and

John Manley, Esq., who was Major in Cromwell's army,
.afterwards M. P. forBridport, and Postmaster-Gen. in the reign
cf William III. He m. Margaret, dau. of Isaac Dorislaus,
who was murdered at The Hague when he was Ambassador
to the States of Holland from the Parliament. By this lady
he had two sons, of whom the elder, John, M.P. for Truro,
then for Bossiney-, and Surveyor-Gen. to Queen Anne, d. s. p.
The younger,

Isaac Manley, Esq., Po.stmaster-Gen. In Ireland in the
reign of William 111., m Mary, dau. of William Newland,
Esq. of Kursells, Herts, and had a son and successor,

John Manley, Esq., a Commissioner of Customs in London,
who d. 1743, leaving by Mary his wife, 2nd dau. of William
Sedgwicke, Esq. of London, one son,

John Manley, Esq., Barrister-at-law and Bencher of the
Middle Temple, m. Anne, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Ham-
mond, Esq. of London, and d. 1801, having had, with two
daus., three sons. The 2nd son,

Isaac George Manley, Esq., AdmiralE.N., sailed with Capt.
■Cook onboard the "Endeavour" during his first voyage round
the world ; he was a Lieut, on board the "Prince George " in
Lord Eodney's celebrated victory, 12 April, 1786 ; and after
passing through the various gradations, was promoted to the
Tank of Admiral of the Eed 1837. He ?n. 24 Feb. 1791, Frances,
2nd dau. and co-heir of Charles Pole, Esq. of the Eadborne
family. In co. Derby, and by her (who d. 1839) had one son and
one dau.

John Shawe, his heir.

Ann Frances Pule, m. 1st, Arthur Salwey, Esq., 4th son of

T. E. Salwey, Esq. of The Lodge, Salop; and 2ndly, Major

Munday Pole.

Admiral Manley d. 14 Oct. 1837, and was s. by his son,

John Shawe Manley, Esq. of Manley Hall, co. Stafford,
m,. 16 July, 1821, Catherine Emelia, only dau. of Sir William
Clayton, 4th Bart, of Harleyford and Marden, and by her
tCwho d. 7 Feb. 18C4) had five sons,

John Clayton, d. at Rome, 29 March, 1844.

AtJGUSTOs East, now of Manley Hall and Shenstone Park.

William Campbell, late Secretary of Legation at Copenhagen,
i d. in Paris 1862.

Eobert George, Major Inniskilling Dragoons, served in the
Crimea, b. 1827; m. 20 Oct. 1863, Augusta, dau. of Sir
Charles Oakley, Bart., and widow of Henry Clayton, Esq.,
d. at Mancetter Lodge, Atherstone, 12 March, 1889, having
by her (who d. 1879) had issue.

Henry Francis, in the Diplomatic Service at Washington,
U.S., m. 30 June, 1864, Rose Anne, dau. of John Finch,
Esq. of Eedheath, Herts., and has issue, four sons and one

■Mr. Manley d. 19 Aug. 1857, and was s. by his son, the present
;AcGrsTus East Manley, Esq. of Manley Hall.

' ■^rms—ATg., a dexter hand eouped and erect sa. within a
bordure engrailed of the last. Crest— A man's head affrontee
ppr. wreathed about the temples arg. and sa. il7o<(o— Manus
iffic inimica tyrannis.
Seat— Manley Hall, Lichfield, co. Stafford.


Manley, GEOiiaE, Esq. of Spofforth Ilall, co.
York, and of Euckland Manor, Somerset, J. P. for
the West Eiding of York, h. 1828 ; m. Ist, 1849,
Isabel, dau. of Jesse Watts Russell, Esq. of Ham
Hall, CO. Stafford ; and 2ndly, 1853, Charlotte, dau.
of Peter Middleton, Esq. of Stockeld Park, and
Myddleton Lodge, co. Y'"ork {see that family), and
by her, who d. 1883, has had issue,

I. George, drowned at Fort Augustus.

II. William, Capt. Yorkshire Kegt., 6. 1853.

III. Marmaduke.

IV. Hubert.

I. Lily, 111. D'Arcy Hartley, Esq. of Chorlton Hall,

II. Marie, ni. Humphry Walmesly, Esq. of Westwood,

II. Emily, hi. Oswald Walmesly, Esq.

IV. Laura. v. Amy. vi. Angela.

Lineage.— Manley of Spofforth Hall is a cadet branch of
the ancient family of Manley of Manley.

John Manley, of Manley, had three sons, John, d. s. jj. ,•
Richard, of Manley ; and Nicholas, who s. to Pulton, co. Ches-
ter. The youngest son, '

Nicholas Manley, of Pulton Hall, m. a dau. of Owen Vichan
of Lludiarth, co. Montgomery, and left a son and heir,

John Manley, of Pulton Hall, m. Angard, dau. of John Ai-
mer, of CO. Derby, and had a son,

Nicholas Manley, of Pulton Hall, m. Elenor, dau. of Piers
Stanley, of Enlor, co. Flint, and had a son,

Henry Manley, of Pulton Hall, m. Jane, dau. of Sir John
Holcroft, of CO. Lancaster, and had a son,

John Manley, of Pulton Hall, m. Thomasine, dau. of John
M.iinwaring, and had a son,

Henry Manley, of Pulton Hall, which he sold to Richard
Grosvenor, of Eaton, co. Chester, ?«. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Urmston, and had issue, a aon,

Eichabd Manley, m. a dau. of J. Banister Trescot, and had
a son,

Nicholas Manley, m. Ermanie de Lys, of Brittany, and
had issue, James, of Buckland, co. Somerset, killed in India,
and Henry, who had a son,

James Manley, of Buckland. co. Somerset, m. Leonora
Langley, of Taunton, and had, James, drowned in India, and
George, of whom we treat.

George Manley, Esq. m. 1787, at Rome, Donna Anna Maria
Barberini, and d. at Rome, 1794, leaving issue,

George Manley, Esq. who m. 1st, Emily, dau. of Ben-
jamin Waddington, Esq., and sister to Lady Llanover, of
Llanover Court: 2ndly. Sara, only child of Wilham Stuckey,
of Swaffham Manor House, and had issue,

George, now of Spofforth Hall.

Emily, m. Count de Eaymond, and has a son, Eeginald ; and
a dau. GwendaUne, Superioress of the Convent, Harley
House, London.

He m. Srdly, Miss H. Trenchard,

Secis- Spofforth Hall, Wetherby; and Buckland Manor,

Ctiidi— Arthur's.




Mann, Deane, Esq. of Dunmoyle and Corvey
Lodge, CO. Tyrone, J.P., Lieut. -Col. late Eoyal
Tyrone Fusiliers, and 4th batt. Eoyal Inniskilling
Eusiliers (retired with full rank). Lord of the
Manor of Corrigan, Eillyman, and Patron of the
living of Dunmoyle, b. 22 June, 1824 ; m. 23 Jan.
185fi, Mary Stobart, only surviving dau. of the late
William Jeffcock, Esq. of High Hazles, co. Y'ork,
J.P. West Eiding, Major 1st West Y'ork Yeomanry
Cavalry, first Mayor of Sheffield, and has issue,

I. Catherin-e Mary Jeffcock Deane, ra. 17 Aug. 1882,
John Eoss, Esq. LL.B., Q.C. and M.P. for Londonderry,
of 66 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, son of Rev. Eobert
Eoss, D.D., and has issue, Eonald Deane, 6. 13 July,
1888, and May Margaret Ernestine.

n. Emily Frances Henrietta, d. 28 Jan. 185,9.

Lineage. — This is, it is stated, a branch of the family of

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Mann, of Kent and Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, which, on
first coming to Ireland aliout the year IGOO, received a grant
of lands, and settled at Byblox, near Doneraile, co. Cork, and
afterwards in Tyrone.

John Manx, a Merchant in Dublin, who received a gi-ant of
land, left by will, dated 6 Kov. 1G33, his property to his

William JIann, who sold his estate in co. Tipperary to
Elias Green, Esq. of Cashel, and d. about 1G90, leaving issue,
two sons, 1 Samuel, of Byblox ; 2 William, b. 1681 (his son,
Charles ilann, of Moy, co. Tyrone, made his will June 21,
17Si). The elder son, '

Samcel Mans, of Byblox, near Doneraile, co.Cork,6. 16S0;
m. and had issue, Thomas, his heir ; Isaac, Archdeacon of
Dublin and afterwards Bishop of Cork and Boss; Horace,
settled at Baltimore, North America; and William, an ofBcer
in the- army. The eldest son,

Thomas JIann, of Byblox, h. 1710; m. 1744, Frances
Henrietta Hamilton, and had issue, 1 Henry ; 2 John ;
3 Isaac; 1 Frances; 2 Henrietta; 3 Catherine; 4 Mary. He
d. 17S0. The eldest son,

Hexrt Mann, Esq. of Byblox, afterwards of Athenry, co.
Tyrone, b. 1745; jn. 1772, Jane, dau. of William Smythe, Esq.,
by Anne, his wife, dau. of J. Crosbie, Esq. of co. Kerry, and
by her (who d. 1809) had issue,

I. Thomas, b. 1774; d. 1H22 ; m. 1799, Esther Browne, and
had issue.

II. Deane, of whom presently.

III. William, of Blessingbourne, 6. 17S1 ; d. s. p. 1S59.

I. Ann Jane, m. William Oliver, Esq., and had issue. Their
son, Henry Oliver, is now of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.

II. Frances, m. Charles Mills, Esq.

III. Eliza, m. Stewart Hall, Esq.

Henry Mann d. 1 March, 1S18. His 2nd son,

Deane Mann, Esq. of Corvey Lodge, co. Tyrone, 6. 177(i;
in. 16 March, 1805, Sarah, dau. of Arthur Mulliolland, Esq. of
Pomeroy, and by her (who d. 23 May, 1835) had issue,

I. John Henr^-, d. an infant.

II. Deane, now of Dunmojle.

I. Violet, TO. 1826, Rev. Andrew Christie, M.A., of Termon
House, Carrickmore, and The Parsonage, Six-Mile Cross,
Incumbent of Cooley ; d. 10 Dec. 1872.

II. Anne Jane, d. 5 Feb. 1879. in. Eliza.

IV. Emily. v. Sarah, d. 3 Aug. 1861.

Ti. Maria, in. 24 July, 1855, her cousin, Thomas Mann, Esq.
of Stormhill House, co. Tyrone, J. P., and has issue, 1
William Henry, LL.B., M.A., Barrister at- Law, 6. 11 July,
1856, m. 10 Oct. 1882, Catherine Egerton Dysart, dau. of
Samuel Ewing Porter, Esq. of Burt, co. Donegal, and has,
Deane, 6. 24 Jan. 1884; 2 Thomas Deane, b. 18 May, 1858,
d. 20 Jan. 1859 ; Frances Eveleen, 6. 13 July, 1837.

VII. Frances Henrietta, d. 5 Aug. 1881.
Sir. Mann d. 22 Aug. 1844.

Arms — Or, on a chevron engrailed erm., between three
lions rampant sa., a trefoil of the first. Crest — Five spears
ppr. Issuant from the top of a tower or, the tower charged with
a trefoil vert. Motto — Virtus vincit invidiam.

Scats — Dunmoyle, near Six-Mile Cross : and Corvey Lodge,
Carrickmore, co Tyrone.

Clubs — Junior Conservative and Piccadilly.

Mais'x, Thomas James, Esq. of Hyde Hall,
Herts, J.P. for Herts, b. 1848 ; m. 1871, Eose Ann,
dau. of Paul Bell, Esq. of Stiffkey, Norfolk, and
has issue, four sons and two daue.

Lineag'e.— Thomas Mann, Esq. of Thclveton Hall, co.
Norfolk, purchased this property in 1867, and d. 1886, leaving
by Fanny, his wife.

I. Thomas James, of Hyde Hall.

II. Edward, of Thclveton Hall, J.P., b. 2 March, 1854: m. 20
April, 1882, Anna Jane, dau. of Paul Bell, Esq. of Stiffkey,
Norfolk, and has issue,

1 Edward John, 6. 1883.

2 William Edgar, b. 1885.

3 Francis Thomas, b. 1888.

I. Fanny Pauline, m. 1877, and has issue.

II. Julia.

Seat — Hyde Hall, Sawbridgeworth, Herts.

surname of Mannfng, 1880, b. 17 March, 1857 ; m.
14 Nov. 1889, Harriet Andrew, 2nd dau. of the
late Kev. Eobert Montgomery, Eector of Holcott.
Mr. Watts-Manning is the eldest son of Charles
Hill Watts, Esq. of Kislingbury, co. Northampton
(who d. 1872) by Sarah liis wife, dau. of William
Dunklej, Esq. of Kislingbury.
Seat — The Firs, Harpole, co. XorthamptoD.


See Pleydell.


Watts-Mannino, Johx, Esq. of The Firs,
Harpole, co. Northampton, educated Malvern Coll.,
is Lord of the Manor of Harpole; assumed the


Mansel, Lieut.-Col. George Pletdeli, of
Smedmore, Dorset, J.P. and D.L., b. 1817 ; formerly
Capt. 60th Rifles ; is Hon. Col. Dorset Rifl'e
Volunteers ; m. 7 March, 1848, Jemima Henrietta,
dau. of William Gambler, Esq., by his wife
Henrietta, Countess of Athlone, and has issue,

I. John Delalynde (Chib — Army and Navy), Lieut.-Col. Ji.p.
late Eitle Brigade, Assistant Mil. Sec. and A.D.C. to
Lieut.-Gcn. Sir John Ross, K.C.B.,in Canada; served in
the Jowaki campaign 1877-8 (medal with clasp), also in
Afghan campaign 1878 80 (medal with two clasps and
bronze star); b. 3 Oct. 1850; m. 24 April, 1888, Mildred
Ella, dau. of Arthur Guest, Esq., and has issue,

Rhts Clavell, b. 3 Feb. 1831.
Marcia Eugenia, b. 12 March, 1890.
Juliet Ella Meimei, 6. 9 March, 1893.

II. Eustace Gambler, Capt. Oxfordshire Light Infantry,,
served in Soudan campaigns 1884 (medal with clasp and
bronze star); b. 31 Oct. 1853; in. 19 May, 18S3, Mary
Eleanor, dau. of the late Capt. Belgrave, R.N., and has
issue, Philip, 6. 1884; Lily Dorothy, b. 1888.

III. Ernest Digby {Club — Junior Army and Navy), Capt.
Highland Light Infantry, b. 10 Oct. 1855; vi. 1 Nov.
1882, Henrietta Cecilia, dau. of Sir John Don Wauchope,
8th Bart.

IV. George Clavell, Capt. Durham Light Infantry, b. 9 Feb,

I. Ehzabeth Henrietta. u. Louisa Mary.

Lieut.-Col. Mansel is the second son of Col. Joho
Mansel, C.B., of Smedmore, co. Dorset (4th son of
Sir William Mansel, Bart., see Bueke's Peerage
and 'Baronetage), who d. 29 Jan. 186S, by his 2nd
wife Louisa (who d. 6 May, 1863), dau. of Edmund
Morton Pleydell, Esq. of Whateombe House,
Dorset. Lieut.-Col. Mansel, is the twin brother
of John Clavell Mansel-Pleydell, Esq. of What-
eombe House {whom see). ■ ,

Arms — {S(i Bukke's Peerage, Mansel, Bart.) '

Seat — Smedmore, Corfe Castle, Dorset.
Club — Arthur's.


Mansergh, John Southcote, Esq. of Grenane
House, Tipperary, J.P.

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