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and D.L., Hon. Col.
3rd Batt. South Lancashire Eegt., and for-
merly served in 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's,
Bays) and 62nd Eegt., b. 28 June, 1823; m. 24,
July, 1851, Mary Elizabeth, only dau. of Charlewj
Walter Wyatt, Esq. of B6d-Erw, St. Asaph, co.i
Flint. 1

Lineage.— James Manseroh, Esq., who obtained grants!

of land under the Act of Settlement, and amongst them the]

lands of Macrony, co. Cork, and who made his will 13 Jan.i

1701, proved 12 Dec. 1704. He left issue, one son and threej

daus., j

I. George, executor of his father's will, m. Elizabeth, biUj

d. s. 'p. ,

I. Eleanor, m. (as his 1st wife) Nicholas Soutbcotc, Esq. o1,

Grenane, co. Tipperaiy, son of Philip Southcote, Esq. Wj

Mountsadivy, co. Devon, and had issue, two sons,

1 James Southcote, d. young.

2 Mansergh Southcote, d. young.



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Nicholas Southcotem. 2ndly, Mary, dau. of James Perceval,
and had issue, three daus.,

1 Mary, vi. her cousin, Daniel Mansergh, Esq. of Ma-
crony, of whom presently.

2 Anne Southcotc, d. unm.

3 Eleanor, m. John Massy-Dawson, Esq. of Newforest, no-.r
Ballinacourte, co. Tipperary, d. s. p.

II. Dorothy, 7?i. Alexander Grove, Esq. of Ballyhimmock,
CO. Cork, and had issue, one son, John.

in. Mary, d. unm.

Bbtan Mansebgh, Esq. of Ballyburr, co. Kilkenny (who
migrated to Ireland with the above-mentioned James Man-
sergh) obtained a grant of lands under the Act of Settlement
in the cos. of Meath and Kilkenny. He was High Sheriff co.
Kilkenny 1681 and 1682, and J.P. 1683. He »ii. Catherine,
dau. of Daniel Wentworth, Esq., and had hsue,

Daniel, of whom presently.

George, of Coolgrange, co. Kilkenny, m. 1744, Sarah, dau.
of Patrick Weniys, Esq. of Daiieslurt, co. Kilkenny. His
■will, dated 1748, was proved 1764.

Wentworth.

Rebecca. Lemon. Margaret.

The eldest son,

Daniel Mansergh, Esq. of Macrony, co. Cork, J.P. for that
CO. toiip. George I., m. (as above) his cousin, Mary, dau. of
Nicholas Southcote, Esq. of Grenane. His will bears date 30
Nov. 1724, and was proved 1 April, 1725. He left issue,

I. James, of Macrony, co. Cork, Major 8th Dragoon Gu.irds,
1)1. 15 July, 1749, Mary St. George, dau. of Lieut.-Gen.
Eichard St. George, Commander of the Forces in Ireland.
This family is descended from Baldwin St. George, who
came to England with William I. The representative of
the family then living migrated to Ireland with Strongbow,
1171. He had issue, one son and one dau. His will, dated
2 Feb, 1770, was | roved 21 March, 1774.

1 Richard, of Hcadford, co. Galway, who assumed the
name of St. George.
1 Catherine, to. — Bayley, Esq.

II. Nicholas, of whom presently.

III. Bryan, Capt. 2nd Regt. uf Horse, m. Elizabeth, dau. of
William Gabbett, Esq. of Caheriine, co. Limerick, and had
issue, Ellen, d. unm. : Dorothy, m. Archibald Redford,
Esq.

I. Eleanor, m. Jonathan Lovett, Esq. of Northampton and
Kingswell, Tipperary.
The 2nd son,

Nicholas Mansergh, Esq. of Grenane, co. Tipperary, m.
9 Dec. 1750, Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Lockwood, Esq. of
Casbel, and had issue (with one dau.) two sons,

I. Nicholas Southcote, of whom presently.

II. Daniel of Cashel, High Sheriff for co. Tipperary 1739, m.
1788, Catherine, dau. of Kingsmill Pennelather, Esq. of
Cloneyharp, co. Tipperary, M.P. for Cashel in the Irish
Parliament, by the Hon. Mary Lysaght his wife, and d. 10
June, 1823, aged 70, leaving issue,

1 Nicholas, late of Macrony Castle, co. Cork, J. P.,
Barrister-at-Law, Recorder ol Cashel, b. 20 May, 1789 ;
d. Oct. 1865.

2 Daniel, m. Miss Budd, and left issue, two sons and two
daus.

3 James, Rector of Kilmore, Diocese of Cashel, m. Cathe-
rine, dau. of Col. Owen Lloyd, and left issue, Daniel
James, of Ardmayle, Cashel, co. Tipperary, J. P., Col.
Com. South Tipperary Artillery Militia, formerly seived
as Ensign in 19th Regt., m. 3 July, 1866, Miss Cooper,
3rd dau. of Austin Cooper, of Camas; Owen Lloyd, of
Liskiveen, Thurlcs, J.P. co. Tipperary, b. 12 April, 1»38,
■III. 1st, Miss Going, dau. of W. Going, Esq. of Bally-
philip, 2ndly, Nov. 1883, Miss M. Going, of Liskeveen,
and took the name of Going, and d. s. p. 3 Oct. 1892;
Nicholas, 6. 25 Oct. 18.52, Ensign 59th Regt., d. unm. 27
Oct. 1870 ; and Catherine, m. 1865, Acheson Lloyd, Esq.,
and had issue, one son, 0. W. Lloyd, 6. July, 18o6.

1 Mary, m. Edward Pennefather, of Marlow, and had
issue, Thomas; Daniel; George; Edward; Nicholas.

2 Margaret, m. Major Jacks, 7th Dragoons, and d. 2 May,
1844, s. p.

3 Elizabeth, rf. unm. 8 Dec. 1827.

4 Catherine, m. Richard Martin, Esq. of Castle Jane, co.
Cork, and has issue.

The eldest son,

Nicholas Southcote Mansergh, Esq. of Grenane, m. 22
March, 1770, Elizabeth, dau. of Arthur Carden, Esq. of Tera-
plemore, and sister of Sir John Craven-Carden, Bart., and
dying 1814, left issue. The eldest son,

John Southcote Mansergh, Esq. of Grenane, High Sheriff
CO. Tipperary 1809, to. 7 Jan. 1795, Mary, only dau. and heiress
of Richard Martin, Esq. of Clifford, co. Cork, and had issue,

Nicholas Southcote, h. 9 Jan. 1799; d. young.

Richard Martin Southcote, his heir, of whom presently

Charles Carden, of Clifford, co. Cork, J.P., b. 2 Oct ISO'' •
m. Jan. 1830, Elizabeth, dau. of Loftus Otway Bland, Cavt! |



R.N., of Bath, and d. 1873, having by her (v/hod. 1876) had
issue, 1 John Loftus Otway, Major 44th Regt., deceased;
2 Charles Stepney Perceval, Major 40th Regt., oi Clifford',
Castlestown Roche, 6. 31 Oct. 1841, m. 26 March, 1870,'
Helen, dau. of George Ogilvy, Esq. of The Cove, co. Dum-
fries, and(L 1870, leaving i-isue, Loftus Charles Ogilvy, b.
2 March, 1873, and Ethel Marguerite Otway Louisa, b. 14
April, 1876; 3 Arthur Henry Wentworth, Capt. Lth Kegt.,
m. and has issue; 4 Neville Frederick. Major 6th Regt.,
deceased, to. Elizabeth, only dau. of James Gibbs, Esq. of
Clifton, and had issue ; ^. St. George Dyson, m. 11 March,
1S82, Alice Emma, widow of William Yates Peel, Esq.,
gram'son of Sir Kobert Peel, 1st Bart., and has issue :
1 Sarah Mary, deceased, m. Capt. W. Bunbury, and has
issue, Thomas Charles, and Alice Maud Mary, m. Capt.
Tarry, 17th Regt. ; 2 Mary Adelaide Catherine, m. Major
John Lawrie ; 3 Elizabeth Frances Olivia ; 4 Georgina Con-
stance Antoinette, m. R. Cole Bowen, Esq. of Bowen's Court,
and d. s. p.

John Craven, of Rocksavage, Cork, J.P., late Paymaster,
R.A. (retired with rank of Lieut.- Col.), b. 10 Oct. 1805; to.
1st, 1832, Anne, dau. of Thomas Von Wilmsdorff Richards,
Esq. of Rathaspeck, co. Wexford, and by h",r (who d. 1844)
had, with other issue, John Lewis, b. 1833; and Henry
Charles, late Capt. 39th Uegt., 6. 1 Feb. 1835, m. Emly, 9tli
dau. of Rt. Hon. William Yates Peel, and the Lady Jane
Eliza Moore, his wife. Mr. J. C. Mansergh m. 2ndly, 1855.
Jane Annie, dau. of Major John Campbell, 74th Regt., in
direct descent from Colin, 3rd Earl of Argyll, and has issue,
two sons, Southcote, and Randal St. George, late Capt. 3rd
batt. Royal Irish Regt.

Southcote, of Grallagh Ca,stle, Thurles, J.P., b. 8 May, 1807 ;
m. I June, 1841, Anna Matilda, dau. of Col. St.-pney, of
Abington, co. Limerick, and relict of William Nicholson,
Esq. of TurtuUa, co. Tipperary, and d. 1881.

Elizabeth, 6. 1 Jan. 1796 ; -m. Edward Beatty, Esq. of Health-
field, CO. Wexford, and had issue, three sons and two
daus.

Catherine, b. 21 July, 1797 ; d. I860, at Weisbaden. She m.
George Walker, Esq., Coinm. R.N. of Fermoy, co. Cork,
and had issue, four sons an.i four daus.

Mary Martin, 6. 23 Nov. 1803; m. Francis Leigh, of Sion,.
CO. Wexford ; d. 13 Sept 1868, and had issue, four sons and
three daus.
Mr. Mansergh d. 12 Sept. 1811. His eldest surviving son,

Richard Martin Southcote Mansergh, Esq. of Grenane,
Tipperary, J.P., b. 14 Nov. 1800; m. 1st, 25 Feb. 1822, Jane
Rosetta, 2nd dau. of Robert Bomford, Esq. of Rahinstown, co.
Meath (see that family/), and by her (who d. 20 Feb. 1836) had
issue,

I. John Southcote, now of Grenane.

II. Robert George, 6. 17 April, 1825; d. unm. 29 May,.
1869.

III. Richard St. George, of Friarsfield, Tipperary, 6. 25 Feb.
1833: 7)1. 5 Aug. IS.'S, Sophia Elizabeth, dau. of Richard
Oliver EUard, Esq. of Newton-Ellard, co. Limerick, and
has issue, Richard Southcote, b. 25 Oct. 1859; Philip St.
George, b. 12 May, 1863; and Charlotte Rosetta.

I. Jane Mary, m. W. Lane, Esq. of Lanespark, and has
issue, one son and two daus., .John; Jane; and Maria.

II. Maria Annette, m. 1865, J. E. K. Nadin, Esq., M.R.C.S.E.,.
of Tipperary, and has issue, a dau., Annette Jane.

Mr. Mansergh to. 2ndly, 26 April, 1843, Christian (who d. 21
Nov. 1854), dau. of Rev. Richard Mauleverer, Rector of Tip-
perary, and has issue,

IV. Richard Charles William, 11th Regt., 6. 24 July, 1846 ;
deceased.

v. Richard Mauleverer, R.N., 6. 20 Dec. 1851.

III. Christina Maria, m. 30 April, 1>68, W F. Majendie, 31st
Regt., eldest son of Rev. Stuart Majendie, Rector of Barn-
well, Northamptonshire, and has i.ssue, William Richard
Stuart, b. 22 Jan. Ib69 ; Bertram, 6. 28 May, 1877; Mary
Angelina; Minnie Christine.

IV. Elizabeth Mary, m. 17 March, 1874, Philip Oliver EUard,
eldest son of late Richard Oliver Ellard, of Newtown-Ellard,
CO. Limerick, and has issue, Richard Oliver, b. 22 Dec.
1«74, d. Nov. 1877; Mary Rebecca. He d. 1877.

V. Martha Letitia, m. 16 March, 1»69, George Edward Moore
Taylor, Esq., late 44th fJegt., and has, with other issue,
Edward Moore, b. 1 Sept. 1S72; Christine Mary.

He d. 24 March, 1876.

Seat — Grenane, near Tipperary.



BEANSFIELD OF MORRISTOWN LATTIN".

Mansfield, George, Esq. of Morristown
Lattin, co. Kildare, J.P., High Sheriff 1874, b. 19
Feb. 1845 ; m. 2 Aug. 1877, Alice Adele d'Aude-
bard de Ferussac, eldest dau. of Count d'Audebard
de Ferussac, of Paris, by his wife, Alice Thorn, and
has had issue,

I. Eustace Lattin Mansfield, b. 1879.

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THE la:n"ded gentry.



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IT. Henry Marie Lattin, 6. 1S31.
m. Alexander Laitiu, b. ISSl.

IV. Bertrand Lattin. b. 1SS5; <J. I=>T.

V. Tirso Louis Mark Lattin, 6. ISiS.

I. Mary Alice Pliiloniela.

II. Marguerite Cecile.

Liineag-e— This family claims descent from the Mans-
fields of Nottingham. The first, it is asserted, who settled in
Ireland was

Sir EoDOLPHns Mansfield, temp. Henry II. He received
grants of land in cos. Armagh, Derry, Cork, 'Waterford, and
Limerick; a sni.all portion of that granted in Waterford alone
remains, the rest having been confiscated at various periods.
The family resided at Killongford and Ballinamultina, co.
AVaterford, until the beginning of the present century. We
find in the 16th century, by various inquisitions, that the
Mansfields of Killongford (elder branch) and Ballinamultina,
CO. Waterford, descendants of the first settler, held of the
Crown in capite, by military service, extensive landed posses-
sions in that county. From an inquisition P.M. taken at
Dungarvan 1579, it appears that

William Mansfield, d. l.'ieT, seised of Killongford and
^several other lands in co. Waterford, held of the Crown in
capite, and that he left by his wife, EUisin Ny Donnell
McGrath, who survived him, a son,

Edmund Mansfield, b. looO, who m. Catherine, dau. of John
FitzGerald, Lord of the Decies, by his wife, Hellen, dau. of
Maurice Fitz-Gibbon, the White Knight, and by her had issue,
•two daus., Margaret and Catherine. The latter m. — Dal-
ton. The lands of Ballyharrohane, co. Waterford, were con-
.Teyed to her by her father in 1603. The elder, Margaret, vi.
1599,

Walter Mansfield, Fitz-Edmund Fitz-Walter, of Ballina-
multina, CO. Waterford (Inq. at Tallow, co. Waterford, 1622,
reciting grant of Ballinamultina to Walter Mansfield). They
liad issue,

Edmund Mansfield, on whom his father, by deed dated 23
July, 1591, settled Ballinamultina. He m. Oct. 1621, KUenor,
d.au. of Richard Nugent, of Cloncoskraine, co. Waterford, and
dying in 1623, left an only son,

Walter SLansfield, of Ballinamultina, named in the deed
of 1591, who 7;i. 1640, Helena, dau. of Nicholas Power, of Kil-
ballykiltie, co. Waterford. This Walter, who was one of the
"Forty-nine" oEBcers, suffered much during the Common-
wealth, his property having been confiscated, and he was him-
self transplanted to Connaug'it. His son,

EicHARD Mansfield, s. him, and recovered a portion of the
family estate at the Restoration ; to. 1681, Dorothea, dau. of
Matthew Hore, of Shandon, co. Waterford, and left, with
other issue, an eldest son,

John Mansfield, m. Jane, dau. of James Eustace, of Yeo-
manstown, co. Kildare, and by her had issue, with two daus.,
a. son,

Alexant>eb Mansfield, m. Anne, dau. of David Power, of
iKnockaderry, co. Waterford, and had issue,

I. John, of whom hereafter.

II. David, d. s. p.

I . Jane, m. Thomas Sherlock, of Eutterstown Castle, co.
Waterford.

The eldest son,

John Mansfield, having inherited a portion of the property
of the Eustaces of Yeomanstown, in right of his paternal
grandmother, removed to co. Kildare, and m. Elizabeth, dau.
of Walter Woulfe, of Rathgormack, co. Waterford, by Frances
Ryan, of Inch, co. Tipperary, his wife, and left (with a dau.
. Frances, who d. s. p. Ia40) two sons,

I. Alexander, of whom presently.

II. Walter Henry, of Yeomanstown, co. Kildare, and Rath-
gormack, co. Waterford, to. 1313, Frances, 2nd dau. of
Owen MacDermott, of Great Denmark .Street. Dublin, by
Frances Laffan his wife, and d. 1849, having had by her
(who d. 1883),

1 John Alexander, b. 1814; d. ».p. 1860.

2 Walter George, of Tinhalla, Capt. R.N., in. 1853, Anne,
only dau. and heir of Maurice Roynane, Esq. of Knocka-
derry and Tinhalla, co. Waterford, by Anne his wife,
dam of Nicholas Power, of Snowhill, co. Kilkenny, and
d. «. p. 1873.

3 Owen, 6. 1818; m. 1847, Jane, dau. of WiUiam E.
Wright, Esq., and by her (who d. 1883; had issue, and d.
1888.

4 Octavian, J. P., Landscape, co. Waterford, 6. 1826, d.
J 890.

5 Edward Oswald, Landscape, co. Waterford, h. 1828.

H Eustace Henry, Col., formerly Col. Commanding Kildare
Militia; b. Ia29.



3 Emily Jane Mary.



1 Eliza Mary, d. 1352,

2 Fanny Mary.
The eldest son,

Alexander Mansfield, b. 1786, m. Pauline, only dau. and
heir of Patrick Lattin, Esq. of Morristown Lattin, co. Kil-
dare, by Eliz.abeth Snow (of Drumdowny, co. Kilkenny) his
wife, and had issue,

I. George Patrick Lattin, of Morristown Lattin.

II. Alexander John, of the English Bar. m. 14 July, 1863,
Maria, eldest dau. of Sir John Howley, Q.C., U.M. FirstSer-
jeant in Ireland.

III. William Henry, Capt. 44th Eegt., d. of wounds received
before Sebastopol, 1855.

IV. Richard Walter, Major (late Kildare Militia).

V. Edmund Alexander, Major (late co. Dublin Militia').

I. Eliza Pauline, in. 1837, George, youngest son of Patrick
Thunder, Esq. of Lagore, co. Meath. Mr. Thunder d.
1877 ; Mrs. Thunder d. 1878, leaving issue.
Mr. Mansfield d. in 1842. His eldest son,

George Patrick Lattin Mansfield, Esq. of Morristown
Lattin, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1851, 6. 19 Dec. 1820; to.
30 Nov. 1843, Mary Frances Constantia, dau. of George
Bourke O'Kelly, Esq. of Acton House, Middlesex, and by her
(who d. 9 June, 1853) had issue,

I. George, now of Morristown Lattin.

I. Pauline Mary, d. 15 Jan. 1854.

II. Maude Mary.

Mr. Mansfield d. 1889.

Aiins — Arg., thre; bars sa., the first bar charged with a
wyvern of the field. Crest — An arm embowed in armour, hold-
ing a short sword, all ppr. Motto — Tunis fortitudinis.

Stat — Morristown Lattin, Naas, co. Kildare.



lilANSFIELD OF CASTLE WHAT.

Mansfield, Francis Stewart, Esq. of Castle
Wray, co. Donegal, B.A., J.P. and D.L., High
Sherife 1859, Lieufc.-Col. 5th Batfc. Royal Innis-
killing Fusiliers, I. 26 Feb. 1833 ; m. 1861, Anna
Philippa, eldest surviving dau. of George Simon
Harcourt, Esq. M.P., of Aukerwyke, Bucks, and
had issue,

I. FRiNcis Harcourt, b. Sept. 1861.

II. Ralph Chandos Henniker, b. Sept. 1SG2.

III. Henry Bevan, 6. May, 1865.

IV. Edward James, 6. Sept. 1863, and d. Xov. 1891.

V. Robert, b. Nov. 1869.

I. Jessy Gertrude Anne, in. 1887, George Eawdon Maurice
Hewson, Esq., J.P. co. Sligo.

II. Isabel Mary.

III. Emily Anna Philippa.

Liineag'e. — Ralph Mansfield, a Capt. in the army, was
the first of the family who settled in Ireland, and was granted
by James I. in 1614, by patent, 1000 acres, called Killane-
guirdon (now called Kellygarden), part of which has ever
since been in the possession of the family. Ralph was s. by
his son,

John Mansfield, Esq., who ra. Miss Leigh, of Norbury Booth,
and had issue, one son, George, and two daus., Anne, m. a ,
Mr. Goodwin, co. Londonderry, and Sarah, m. Mr. Parke, co. .,
Sligo. The son,

George Mansfield, Esq., m. Miss Johnston, of Kilmai"e, co i'
Fermanagh, and had issue, five sons, i

I. Ralpli (Rev.), d. unm. ]

II. Francis, Capt. in the army, of Mount Hall, to. Elizabetli •
Montgomery, granddau. of Hugh, 2nd Viscount Mont- '
gomery, of Great Ards, co. Down, \>y whom he had issue, ^
with two daus., Anna Helena and Martha, who m. Lieut, i
Thelwell Howell, a son, the Rev. Ralph Mansfield, m..'
Miss Johnston, of Drumkeen, co. Fermanagh, and had issue,

1 Francis, of Castle Wray, 7?!. May, 1789, Margaret West
granddau. of John Leonard, Esq. of co. Fermanagh,
and (with other children, who d. unm.) had, 1 Ralph,
Capt. 15th Hussars, d. 12 Nov. 1854; 2 David, d. unin,. .
in India, 3 Francis, s. to Castle Wray; 1 Margaret;
2 Rhoda; 3 Elizabeth; 4 Jane, to. Oct. 1830, Sir James'
Stewart, 8th Bart, of Fort Stewart ; 5 Amia Helena, m.
Robert M. Tagert, Esq. of Wood Brook, co. Tyrone; 6
Frances Letitia ; and 7 Grace Octavia, 7)i. David Fussell,!
Esq. i

1 Elizabeth, m. William Wray, Esq. of Oak Park, co.j
Donegal.

2 Grace, to. John M'Clintock, Esq., co. Tyrone.

III. George, of Laught.

IV. Charles, m. Miss Evans, granddau. of Sir John Kings-
mill, and had one son, KlngsmiU Evans Mansfield, who
d. unm.



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V. Johnston, m. Miss Young, of Lough Esk, co. Donegal,
and had several sons and daus., all of whom d. unm.
except Eobert, who m. Wiss Darran, of co. Sligo, by
whom he had a very numerous family. The present repre-
.scnlative of this branch of the family is Egbert Mansfield,
Esq. of Kilmore Lodge, co. Tyrone, J. P., b. 1814, and s. his
brother 1884.

Fban'cis Mansfield, Esq. of Castle Wray and Ardrummon
House, en. Donegal, J.P., b. 9 Kov. 1796 (great-grandson of
Oapt. Francis Mansfield, as above); m. 6 April, 1832, Mary,
Hvd dau. of Sir Samuel Hayes, 2nd Bart, of Drumboe Castle,
CO. Donegal, and by her (who d. 1874) had issue,

I. Francis Stewart, now of Castle Wray.

II. Ealph Mansfield, 6. 1838; rf. 1854.

III. James Charles Henry, 6. May, 1841 ; m. Jane, dau. of
Ur. Coates, M.D., and d. 28 Feb. 1^89.

IV. Edmund Christopher, J. P., b. May, 1851 ; m. Minnie
Frances, dau. of Surg.-Maj. Ovens, of Aghnagaddy House,
CO. Donegal.

1. Eliza. II. Mary Jane.

He d. 1884.
&at— Castle Wray, Letterkenny, co. Donegal.



all within a bordurearg. Crest— A lion sejant winged, and sup-
porting a lyre with the dexter foot, behind the lion's head the
£un in splendour, all or.
Cit(6— Junior Carlion, S.W.



MARCON OF SWAFFHAffiC.

Maecon, John, Esq., J.P. for Norfolk, b. 14 April,
1855, Lord of the Manor of Edgefield, Norfolk,
and ]?atron of the living.

Lineage. — John Marcon was admitted to the freedom
of Norwich, 7 April, 1576.

Walter Marcon was buried in the south aisle of Norwich
Cathedral, 30 April, 1636.

Matthew M.'.rcon, J. P., tevtp. Charles IT., m. at St. Luke's
Chapel, 1662, Mary, dau. of Matthew Peckovcr, Alderman of
Norwich.

John Marcon, Lord of the Manor of EUingham, in Edgefield,
and owner of Holveston, Norfolk, b. 1685 ; m. Rebecca, dau. of
Sir Benjamin Wrench, Knt., and d. 12 May, 1723, aged 38, and
was buried in the south aisle of Norwich Cathedral. His
widow in. 2ndly, Col. Harbord, and on her death the manor
descended to

John Marcon, Esq. of Swaffham, Norfolk (who was son of
EuMCND Markham, of Forncctt, who d. 8 Nov. 1727, and
grandson of Ed.mdnd Markham, of Forncett St. Mary's, Nor-
folk, d. 16 Sept. 1709), father of

John Marcon, Esq. of Swaffham, J.P., m. Mary, dau. of
Eichard Mason, Esq. of Necton Hall, Norfolk, d. 9 Dec. 1783,
aged 09, at Swaffham, leaving a son,

John Marcon, Esq. of Swaffham, J. P., m. Elizabeth Bailey,
ana ((. 1 March, 1814, aged 57, leaving a son,

John Marcon, Esq. of Swaffham, J. P., m. 3 Sept. 1817,
Jane, dau. of the Rev. Andrew Edwards, Rector of Great
Cressingham, Norfolk, and by her (who d. 18 May, 1858) had
issue,
. John, his heir.

Frederick, b. i June, 1821 ; m. in Canada, Miss Georgina
Ailing, and has issue, one son.

Edwaid George, b. 22 Nov. 1822 ; m. Miss Kate Monument,
and has issue.

Walter, 6. 28 March, 1824; m. at Tiverton. 28 July, 1847,
Caroline, eldest dau. of Eev. Henry Middleton, Vicar of
Barton Stacey, Hants, and has issue.

Andrew, b. 30 June, 1825; d. 6 Jan. 1867.

Friink Evans, b. 23 Dec. 1832.

Jane Elizabeth, m. at Bath, Eev. F. J. Nooke, and d. 28 Nov.
Ibri7, leaving issue.

Emily Mary, m. 1868, Frederick Awdry, Esq.

Louisa Anne, twin with Emily Mary.

I Sir. Marcon d. 23 Nov. 1833, and was s. by his son,
j .John Marcon, Esq. of Wallingford Hall, Norfolk, J. P.,
I Capt. 12th Foot and Lieut. Col. East Norfolk Militia, b. 1818 ;
^ 5ii. 28 May, 1850, Ellen, dau. of John Thomas Anstey, Esq. of
j Bath, and had issue,

1. 1. John, his heir.
1. Edith Ellen, m. 14 April, 1880, Eev. Charles Greenwood
I Floyd, Rector of Holne and Ituncton, Norfolk, .sen of Major-
■ Gen. Sir Henry Floyd, Bart., and has issue, John Marcon,
■ b. 1882 ; Arthur Bowen, b. 1888 ; and Helena Margaret.
11. Annie, m. Edward Bowyer Sparke, Esq. of Gunthorpe
Hall, Norfolk.
^ ■ 111. Charlotte Amelia, m. 6 July, 1876, Capt. Ernest de
j Montesquieu Lacon, late Duke of Cornwall's L.I., son of
Sir E. H. K. Lacon, Bart., M.P., ynd has had issue. Sidney
Ernest, b. 1878, d. 1891 ; and Dorothy Slortlotk.
; IV. 1-lorence. v. Blanche.

\ VI. Eleanor. vi,. Evelyn.

j Col. Marcon d. 3 July, 1883, and was s. by his son.
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MARGESSON OF FINDEN PLACE.

Maegesson, William Geoege, Esq. of Finden
Place, CO. Sussex, Lieut. -Col. (retired), served in
56th and 86th Regts., was in the Crimea, and was
made by Napoleon III. a Knight of the Legion of
Honour after the fall of Sebastopol, at which siege,
he was present ; b. 6 June, 1821 ; m. 14 Oct.
1863, Lucy Matilda, youngest dau. of Edward
Blackett Beaumont, Esq. of Woodhall, Barnsley,
CO. York, and has had issue,

I. Evelyn William, Lieut. 1st batt. Norfolk Ecgt., 6. 16
May, 1865.

II. Wentworth Henry Davies, b. 22 July, 1869.

III. Edward Cuninghame, b. 13 Dec. 1871.

IV. Hugh Somerset, 6. 11 Oct. 1875.

V. Anthony Eobert, 6. 19 Nov. 1878.

I. Maud Eleanor.

II. Eosamond Mary Frances.

III. Averil, d. April, 1873.

IV. Hylda Isabel, d. 28 July, 1S79.

V. lerne Lucy.

Lineagre.— This family is stated to have been originally
named Argenson, and to have come from France and settled
in Surrey, where they acquired lands in or about the year
1480. John d'Argenson, son of Peter, m. 1499, Louisa du
Puy, and had two sons, John, who fought at the battle of
Pavia, 1524, and Peter, who in. Margaret d'Argenson, and is
said to have settled in England ; from him derived descent
the Margesson family of Wootton and Ockley, Surrey, and the
family of Margetson, of co. York, a descendant of which,
James Margetson, was Archbishop of Armagh ; his granddau.,
Sarah Margetson, m. Brabazon, 2nd Viscount Duncannon {see
Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, Bessborocgh, E.).

William Margesson, or Margetson, Esq., bapt. at Ockley,
26 July, 1C86, son of William Margesson, Esq., and the lineal
descendant of Eichard Margesson, Esq. of Eotherham (anno
1430), by his wife, the dau. and co-heir of William Newdigate,
Esq. of Wootton, Lord of the manor of Ockley and Wootton,
Surrey, m. 1712, Mary, sister and heir of William Whitebread,
Esq. of Offlngton, Sussex, and was s. at hia decease, 1763, by
his son,

John Margesson, Esq. of Offlngton, Sussex, High Sheriff
1759, 6. 31 March, 1716; to. Miss Mary Penfold, by whom
(who d. 1787) he had issue,

William, his heir.

JIary, m. 16 April, 1779, William Eichardson, Esq. of Finden'

Place, and d. 10 April, 1828.
Frances, m. 26 March, 1787, Thomas Eichardson, Esq. of

Warminghurst Park, Surrey, and d. 1824.

Mr. Margesson d. 19 May, 1785, and was s. by his son,

William Margesson, Esq. of Offlngton and Ockley, Sussex,
High Sheriff 1805, b. 12 Nov. 1757 ; m. 7 May, 1790,



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