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Mary, dau.
of John Hughes, Esq. of Cowlold, Sussex, and by her (who d.
21 July, 1826) had issue,

William, his heir.

John, b. 1794; d. 20 May, 1871.

Mary Frances, rii. Richard Martin, Esq. of Horsham, and d^
Oct. 1869.
Mr. Margesson d. 21 May, 1843, and was s. by his eldest son,

Ret. William Margesson, of Van, Ockley, Surrey, and
Woldringfold, Sussex, Rector of Whatlington and Viear of
Mountficld, b. 7 Feb. 1792; m. 8 June, 1818, Mary Frances,
only dau. of Bryan Cooke, Esq. of Owston Hall, co. York, and
by her (who d. 3 April, 1865) had issue,

I. M'lLLiAM George, now of Finden Place.

II. Henry Davies, b. 1 Sept. 1>22, lost at sea, 17 June, 1869.

III. John James, b. 31 Aug. 1825; rf. unm. 23 Jan. 1849.

IV. Philip Davies, Capt. E.A., b. 20 Sept. 1826 ; d. 20 June,
1860.

V. Reginald Whitehall (Rev.), Eector of Blendworth Horn-
dean, Hants, 6. 5 Dec. 1827 ; m. 3 May, I860, LouisaSophia„
dau. of Eev. David Eodney Murray, M.A., (set Bdrke's
Peerage, Elibank, B.), and has, 1 Mortimer Eeginald, 0. 16
March, 1861; m. 10 Nov. 1886, Lady Isabel Augusta, 3rd
dau. of the late Lord Hobart, and sister of Earl of Bucking-
hamshire, and has issue, Henry Da\id Eeginald, 6. IsyO ;
Caiherine Sydney Louisa, 6. 29 Sept. 1887; and Albini.i
Helens, b. 1889 : 2 Henry Philip Montolieu, b. 26 .\us. 1862 :
3 Reginald Elibank Murray, 6. '22 Sept. 1863 ; 4 Philip



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Alexander, 6. 20 May, 1S65; 5 William Anthony (Eov.),
b. 6 Oft. 1866; 6 John tieileiicli Cliurton, Liuut. West
India Regt., 0. 1871.

I. Frances, h. 9 July, 1S19; m. 28 Oct. 1853, Sir Charles
Montolieu Lamb, Bart, of Beauport, Sussex, and d. I July,
1884.

II. Mari.innc Harriet, d. 1 June, 1835.
HI. Emily Charlotte.

IV. J'ulia Helena, m. 29 July, 1S70, Frederick (deceased),
son of Sir Godfrey Webster, Bart., of Battle Abbey, and d.
13 Oct. 1873, having had issue, one son, Godfrey Frederick,
b. May, 1873, (/. 1 July, 1880.

T. Helena Adelaide.

Mr. Margesson i^ 187 1, and was s. by his eldest son.

^rm.s— Quarterly : 1st and 4th sa , a lion passant guardant
arg. a chief engruiled or, for Margesson: 2nd gu., three lions
gambs erased arg,, for Newdigate; 3rd arg., a chevron sa. be-
tween three hinds' heads erased gu., for Whitebread. Crtst —
On a ducal coioncl or. a lion passant guardant sa. gorged with
a ducal coronet or. JT/o^/o— Loyalie me lie.

Seat — Findea Place, Worthing, Sussex.



MARKER OF COMBE.

Mae'eee, Eichaed, Esq. of Combe, Honiton,
Deron, J. P. for co3. Devon and Dorset, D.L. for the
former county, late Capt. 1st Devon Yeomanry, b.
10 Aug. 1835 ; m. 6 June, 1865, Hon. Victoria
Alexanclrina, dau. of Edward, 9tli Lord Digby, and
has issue,

I. Katmoxd Jons, Lieut. Coldstream Guards, b. IS April,
1867.

II. Edward Richard, 6. 19 Nov. 1872.

I. Gertrude Margaret Diana, 6. 6 May, 1870.

Mr. Marker is eldest son of Eev. Thomas John
Marker, who d. 1854, and Frances Amelia, his wife,
dau. of Samuel Drewe, Esq., and grandson of Eev.
Henry Marker, of Aylt-sbeare, Devon, m. Mar-
garetta Putt, who d. 1846. The family inherits
Combe through this Margaretta Putt, the last
representative of Nicholas Putt, who bought Combe
in the year 1615.

Seat— Combe, Honiton, Devon.

CYm6s— Travelleid' and Wellington.



MARKHAM OF BECCA HALL.

Mabkham, Eoxald Antony, Esq. of Becca Hall,
CO. York, I. 15 Oct., 1870, Lieut. Coldstream
Guards.

Lineage. — Markham, a village near Tuxford, in Not-
tinghamshire, gave name (saith Camden) to the Markhams,
a family very famous both for antiquity and valour. The
Markhams were seated at Cotham, near Newark, from 14i)0
to 1620. A very interesting and copious history of this family
in all its branches, bytheKev. David Frederick Markham, has
been edited by his son, Clements 14. Markham, C.B.

Daniel Maekham (only son of Daniel, the 3rd son of Sir
Eobert Markham, who sold Cotham, and grandsoii of Robert
Markham, Esq. of Cotham, M.P. for Notts temp. Queen
Elizabeth, lineal male representative of Sir John Markham,
one of the Judges of the Common Pleas from 29 Richaei> II.
to 9 Heset IV.), served under the Duke of York, and settled
at Kilkenny, in Ireland. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Capt.
Fennell, of Cappagh, co. Kilkenny, by Frances his wife, dau. of
Gen. Fleetwood, by whom he had (with two younger sons,
Enoch and Matthew, who d. at Kinsale) a son and heir.

Major William Mabkham, was b. at Kilkenny, 1686, served
in Spain under Peterborough and Stanhope, and is said to have
built the first house at Halifax, Nova Scotia. He ?». 1717,
Elizabeth, dau. of George Markham, of Worksop Lodge, of the
Ollerton branch, and had issue,

William.

George, in the Navy, who d. 31 Jan. 1801. Ilis remains were
interred in the cloisters of Westminster Abbey.
Enoch, Lieut.-Col. 4tith Ilegt., d. 2.jth Dec. 1»00.
Elizabeth, d. young.

Major Markham d. 27 May, 1771, and was buried in the
north cloister of Westminster Abbey . His oldest son,

The Most Kev. William Mabkham, Archbishop of York,
5. at Kinsale in Ireland, 1719, was made Head Master of
Westminsier School 1759, Dean of Rochester 1763, Dean of
Chiist Church 1767, Bishop of Chester 1771, and Archbishop
of Y'ork 1777. Dr. Markham held at one time the important



appointment of Preceptor to the Prince of Wale.i. He d. in
his 89th year, 3 Nov. 1807, and his remains were interred in the
north cloister of Westminster Abbey. His Grace 7?i. 16 June,
1759, Sarah, dau. of John Goddard, of Rotterdam, related
to the Hopes, and had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. John, b. 13 June, 1701, Admiral R.N., and M.P. for
Portsmouth, 1801-27, Lord of the Admiralty 1801-4 and
again 1806-7, vi. 17 Nov. 1796, the lion. Maria Rice, dau. of
Cecil, Baroness Dynevor, and had issue,

1 John, b. 27 Oct. 1801, d. at Morland 23 Jan. 1883.

2 William Rice (Rev.), Vicar of Morland, co. Westmorland,
6. 3 Feb. 18U3; m. 1840, Joane, dau of W. Clayton, Esq.
of Chesters, co. Northumberland, and had an only dau.,
Maria, b. 31 Oct. 1842, who vi. her cousin, F'rancis
Markham.

3 Frederick, C.B., Lieut.-Col. 32nd Eegt.. Aide-de-Camp
to the Queen, Gen. of Division in the Crimea ; d. ia
London, 21 Nov. 1855.

1 Maria, d. s. p.
Admiral Markham d. 13 Feb. 1827, at Naples.

III. George (Hev.), 6. 30 March, 1763, Dean of York; to.
FUizabeth Evelin, dau. of Sir R. Sutton, Bart., and d. 30
Sept. 1822, at Scone Palace, having had issue,

1 George, Lieut. R.N. d. s. p.

2 Edward, m. 1st, 1840, Charlotte Longden, and 2ndly,
Harriet, youngest dau. of Rev. John Romsey, of Trelleck,
CO. Monmouth, and d. 20 July, 1865.

1 Elizabeth Frances, m. Lieut.-Gen. Sir Eufane Shawe
Donkin, K.C.B., of Lower Cavershara.

2 Henrietta Alicia, d. unm. 1872.

3 Cecilia, in. Rev. C. Montgomery, and d. 1879.

4 Maria, m. 28 Sept. I»r2, Hon. and Rev. Thomas Alfred
Harris, and d. 1851.

5 Anne Isabella, m. Major Chadwick, and d. 1870.

6 Frederica, m. 24 March, 1838, Capt. Haviside. She d.
1863.

7 Sophia, d. unm. 8 Sarah, d. unm. 1884.

rv. David, b. 1 Sept. 1766, Col. of the 20th Regt., who was

killed at St. Domingo, 26 March, 1795.
v. Robert (Ven.), b. 28 March, 1768, Archdeacon of York and

Reel or of Bolton Percy ; ra. 1797, Frances Egerton, dau. of

Sir Robert Clifton, Bart, of Clifton, Notts, and d. 16 Aug.

1837, liaving had issue,

1 Robert, Capt. 5Sth Regt. ; shot in a duel at Fermoy, 31
May, 1832, d. s. p.

2 Henry Spencer (Rev.), Rector of Clifton and Prebendary
of York, 6. 8 Jan. 1805; m. Sophia, dau. of Sir J. L.
Kaye, Bart., and dying 1844 left issue, one son, Henry
Robert, who s. to the estates and took the name of Clifton
in 1869.

1 Frances Egerton, d. unm. 17 Dec. 1836.

2 Georgina, m. George, Earl of Haddington, and rf.26 Feb.
1873.

VI. Osborne, M.P., <tc., b. 27 May, 1769 ; in. 1st, 10 June,
1 306, the Lady Mary Thynne, dau. of Thomas, 1st Marquess
of Bath, and had a scm and a dau.,
OsDorne, Capt. 32nd Regt., d. 13 Nov. 1847.
Mary, m. W. Sheppard, Esq. of Hampton Manor, near'
Bath. She d. 28 Dec. 18s5.
Mr. Markham m. 2ndly, 28 June, 1822, Martha Honor*
Genrgina, dau. of Capt. Willi;im Henry Jervis, B.N.,
nephew of Earl St. Vincent, and d. 22 Oct. 1827, having had
one dau.,
Martha, m. Rev. William H. Pearson ; they assumed th»
name of Jervis. She d. 8 March, 1888.
T. Henrietta Sarah, m. Ewan Law, Esq of Horsted, Sussex,
brother of Edward, 1st Lord Ellenborough, and had by him,
who d. 24 April, 1829, four suns and four daus. She d. 15
Aug. 1844.

II. Elizabeth Katherine, m. William Bamett, Esq. of Little
Missenden Abbey, Bucks, and had one son, John, anda
dau., Klizabeth.

III. Alicia Harriet, m. Rev. Henry Forster Mills, and had a
numerous family, of whom the eldest son, William Mills,
of Helme Parke, Lieut. R.N., was J.P. andD.L.co. Durham.

IV. Georgina, d. unm.

V. Frederica, m. 16 Sept. 1797, AVilliam, 3rd Earl of Mans-
field, and had issue. She d. 29 April, 1860, aged 86.

VI. Anne, d. unm.

vn. Cecilia, m. Rev. Robert Philip Goodenough aon of the
Bishop of Carlisle, and had issue. She d. 30 March, 1865.

The Archbishop was s. at his decease, 1807, Dy his eldest son,
William Mabkham, Esq., b. 5 April, 1760, who was Privata
Secretary to Warren Hastings, and subsequently Resident for
some time of Benares, India. Eventually returning toco. York,
he seated himself at Becca Hall. He ?)i. 20 Aug. 1795, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Oldfield Bowles, Esq. of North Aston, co. Oxford,
and by her (who m. 2ndly, Alexander Mure, Esq., and d. 1841)
had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. John, Commander R.N., b. 6 June, 1797; m. Marianne,
dau. of J. B. Wood, Esq., and had issue,



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1 John, Consul at Shanghae, h. 1 April, 1835 ; m. 1858,
Caroline Margaret llickett, and had two daus., Marianne
and Florence. Had. 9 Oct. 1871.

2 George ) j^ jj^ ^^g^ j Wisconsin, II.S.

3 Arthur ( '

4 Albert Hastings, 6. 11 Nov. 1841, Eear Admiral K.N.

5 AVilliam Jervis, d. s. p.

HI. David Frederick, Canon of Windsor, Vicar of Stilling-
fleet, CO. York 1824-38, and Eeclor of Great Horkesley
1838-53; 6. 11 March, 1800; m. 1827, Catherine Frances
Nanette, dau, of Sir William Mordaunt Milner, Bart, of
Nunappleton, co. York, and d. 31 March, 1853, having had
issue,

1 David William Christian, 6. 25 Dec. 1823; d. at sea
17 May, 1850.

2 Clements Robert, C.B., President R.G.S. 1893, 6. 20 July,
1830: m. 1857, Minna, dau. of Rev. J. Hamilton Chichester,
of Arlington, co. Devon, and has a dau. Mary Louisa.

3 Warren, 6. 16 July, 1835, d. U Jan. ]8;itj.

1 Selina, m. 1 June, 1852, Capt. E. Quin, E.X., and d.
31 Jan. 1867, leaving three daus.

2 Georgina, vi. 16 July, 1861, Charles C. Bowcn, Esq.

3 Gertrude, m. 3 Dec. 1868, Lieut. -Col. Clements, ol Ash-
field, CO. Cavan.

IT. Warren, Capt. 72nd Highlanders, 6. 15 July, 1801, and

d. at the Cape of Good Hope, 15 Nov. 1831.
▼. Charles, Lieut.-Col. 60th Rifles, 6. 14 March, 1803 ; m.
Emma, dau. of Rev. Ralph Brandling, and d. at Jamaica,
2 April, 1842, leaving one son,
Charles Warren ("Rev.), Rector of Aughton, co. Lancaster,
m. Margaret, dau. of J. W. Barton, Esq. of Stapleton
Park, Pontefract, and had issue, Charles, Capt. King's
Royal Rifle Corps; Warren, R.N. R. ; Roger (Rev.) ; and
Algernon (Rev.). He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Col.
John Barnett, and has by her one dau., Dorothy.
I. Emma, m. William Rookes Crompton Stansfield, Esq. of
Esholt Hall, CO. York. She d. 28 Oct. 1875.
u. Laura, m. William Mure, Esq. of Caldwell, Col. of the
Renfrewshire Militia, M.P. for Renfrew 1846-.'i5. She d. 7
March, 1876.

lu. Lucy, m. Henry Lewis Wickham, Esq., Chairman of
Stamps and Taxes (who d. 27 Oct. 1864), only son of the
Eight Hon. William Wickham. She d. U July, 1885.
Mr. Markham d. 1 Jan. 1815, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Mabkham, Esq. of Becca Hall, J.P. and D.L.,
Col, 2nd West York Militia, 6. 28 June, 1796 ; m. 12 Feb. 1828,
Lucy Anne, 2nd dau. of William Holbech, Esq. of Farn-
borough, CO. Warwick, and had issue,

I. William Thomas, of Becca Hall, ot whom hereafter.

i[. Edwin, Major-Gen. E.A., Lieut. -Governor of Jer.=ey

since 1892, b. 28 March, 1833 : m. 8 Feb. 1877, Evelyn, dau.

of Admiral Hon. Sir Montagu Stopford, K.C.B., and has

i'sue, Edwyn Guy, b. 1877 ; Montagu Wilfrid, 6. 1884: aud

.Muriel.

III. Francis, of Morland, Penrith, J.P. and D.L. for West-
morland, High Sheriff 1889, late Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. '41
Oct. 1837 ; m. 1868, iMaria, only child of Rev. Rice Mark-
ham, of Morland, and has issue, Frederick Rice, b. 1868;
Alfred and Francis, and three daus.

sv. Alfred, Capt. E.N., b. 26 June. 1839; d. 7 July, 1880.
V. Gervase, b. 15 Feb. 1844; m. 1S93, Charlotte Eliza, dau.
of the late Edward Horner Reynard, Esq. of Sunderlandwick.

I. Laura Elizabeth Frederioa, rn. 26 Oct. laoB, Lieut. Col.
R. L. O. Pearson, C.B., late Grenadier Guards, who d. 30
May, 1890.

II. Adela, d. 26 June, 1848. in. Mary, d. 29 Jan. 1851.

IV. Rose Georgina, d. IS April, 1851.

V. Lucy Henrietta, m. 18»6, Col. Parry, son of the Eight
Eev. Dr. Parry, Bishop of barbadoes.

VI. Emma, m. Rev. Albert Smith, Vicar of Wendover,
youngest son of Abel Smith, Esq. of Woodhall, co. Hertford,
M.P.

VII. Caroline, d. 24 Nov. 1847.

Col. Markham d. 26 Jan. 1852, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Thomas Mabkham, Esq. of Becca Hall, J. P., &. 13
July, 1830 ; served in the 19th Hussars, Rifle Brigade, and
Coldstream Guards in the Crimea ; was afterwards Capt.
Yorkshire Hussars and Lieut.-Col. 7th West Riding Volunteers
<Leeds Rifles) ; m. 15 April, 1857, Anne Emily Sophia, eldest
surviving dau. of Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A., of The Lodge,
Melton Mowbray, and d. 10 July, 188G, having by her (who d.
20 July 1880) had issue,

I. William Hope, of Becca Hall.

II. Claron Henrj, b. 21 July, 1866; d. v. p. J 8 July, 1868.
IK. Cyiil Fulc, twin with Claron Henrv-, d. v. p. 1 May,

1867. ■^'

IV. Rupert Evelyn, b. 13 Dec. 1868 ; d. v. p. 1879.

V. Ro>ald Antony, now of Becca.

VI. Nigel Ivan, b. 10 Nov. 1872.

1. Mabel Wilbelmina Frances, m. 4 July, 1877, Earl An-

nesley. and d. 1891.
u. C^cile Mary Isabella, m. 12 Dec. 187", Cecil d'Aguilar

Samuda, Esq. of Bruern Abbey, Oxon, and has issue.
ai. Hermionc Violet Cyril.



IV. Ethel Winifred Victoria.

v. Averil Constance Antoinette Jeanetta.

VI. Gwendolen Beatrice Sanchia May.

VII. Sybel Annesley Giaaa.

The eldest son,

William Hope Mabkham, Esq. of Becca Hall, 6. 16 Dec.
1859 ; d. s. p. 25 May, 1889, and was ,?. by his next surviving
brother, Ronald Antony, now of Becca.

.^vms^Az., on a chief or, a demi-lion rampant issuing gu.
Crest — A lion of St. Mark sejant guardantand resting his paws
on a pair of hames or.

Seat — Becca Hall, Aberford, co. York. Town Residence — 22,
Upper Wimpole Street, W.



MAELAY OP BELVEDERE.

Mahlay, Chaeles Bhinsley, Esq. of Belvedere,
CO. Westmeath, M.A., J.F. and D.L., High Sheriff
COS. Westmeatli 1853, Louth 1863, and Cavan 1885,
b. 1831 ; s. to the settled estates of Eobert, 1st
Earl of Belvedere.

Lineag'e. — The first of the family whom we find on record
is John Mablat, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Merchant. By his
wife, Elizabeth (who m. 2ndly, Mark Shaf toe, of the same place),
he left issue, Simon, who appears to have d. 7tnm. ; William,
of whom presently ; and Eleanor, m. Ralph Carr, Esq. of
Cocken, co. Durham. The 2nd son,

William Mablay, a Merchant, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 6.
1590; d. 1609, and was buried at Newcastle-on-Tyne. He left
issue, by Catherine, his wife, who d. 1620, an only son.

Sir John Marlay, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Merchant and
Alderman. He served as Mayor of that town five times
between the years 1637 and 1662, and received the honour of
knighthood at Berwick 26 July, 1639. He defended that town
for King Charles I. 1644, being Governor of it, but was
obliged to surrender. He d. 1673, having m. Jane, sister to
Edith, wife of Richard Hedworth, Merchant of Newcastle-on-
Tyne, by whom he had a son,

Anthony Mablay, Esq. of Creevah, co. Longford, m. Eliza-
beth, 2nd dau. of Eobert Morgan, Esq. of Cottlestown, co.
Sligo, and had issue,

I. Thomas (Sib), Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's
Bench in Ireland, whose will, dated 1753, was proved 1756;
77!.. 1707, Mary, dau. of Charles De Laune, Esq. of Dublin,
and had issue,

1 Thomas, of Celbridge, co. Kildare, d. before 1784.

2 Anthony, Earrister-at.Law, Commissioner of Appeals,
m. 26 Oct. 1740, Martha, dau. of William Usher, Esq. of
Usher's Quay, and by her (who d. 1763) left an only dau.
and heir, Letitia, m. Sir Eichard Wolseley, 2nd Bart.

3 i;obert.

4 Eichard, Bishop of Waterford, d. unm. 1802.

1 Elizabeth.

2 Mary, vi. James Grattan, Esq., Recorder of Dublin, and
M.P. for that city, aud was mother of the Eight Hon.
Henry Grattan, M.P.

3 Alice, m. 1748, Michael Leving, Esq. of Colverstown.

II. Eobert. iii. John.
IV. George, of whose line we treat.

The 4th son,

The Eight Eev. George Marlay, D.D., Bishop of Dromore,
consecrated 1745, m. Elizabeth Dunlevy, and d. 8 .April, 17G3,
leaving a dau. Elizabeth, 7ft. 1762, Right Hon. David Latouche,
and a son,

George Marlay, Esq. of Twickenham, Middlesex, Major in
the army, 7n. Lady Catherine Butler, dau. of Brinsley, Earl of
Lanesborough, by Lady Jane Eochfort his wife, only dau. of
Eobert, 1st Earl of Belvedere, and d. 14 April, 1826, leaving,
with two daus. (Elizabeth, d. unm. 1848, and Catherine, m.
Rev. Calvert Fitzgerald Moore, of Twickenham), a sou and
successor,

Geobge Mablat, Esq. of Cavendish Square, 6. 1791, Lieut.-
Col., C.B., A.D.C. to Sir Edward Paget; m. 1828, Catherine
Louisa Augusta, dau. of James Tisdall, Esq. of Bawn, co.
Louth (descended from James Tisdall, of Bawn, to whom and
his brothers arms were assigned by St. George, Ulster, 1679),
by his wife, Catherine Maria Dawson, afterwards Countess of
Charleville, and d. 1830, having had issue,

James, d. 1843.

Charles Brinsley Marlay, Esq., now of Belvedere.
Catherine Louisa Georgina, m. 10 June, 1851, John James
Eobert, 7th Duke of Rutland, K.G., P.C., G.C.B., and ci. 7
April, 1854, leaving issue (see Burke's Feen-age).
Arms — Barry of eight or and gu., a bordure az. charged with
eight martlets of the first. Crest — Au eagle displayed ppr.
Motto — NulU praeda sumus.
Seat — Belvedere, MulUngar, co. Westmeath.



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nVTARPLES OF BEINKCLIFFE TOWER.

Marples, Geokge Jobsox, Esq. of Brinkcliffc
Tower, co. York, Barrister-at-Law, of the Inner
Temple, b. 27 July, 1845 ; s. his father 1881.

liineage. — Eobekt Makples, of Barlborough, co. Derby,
gentleman, was possessed of considerable property in Barl-
borough, Stavcley, Bonsall, Parley, Bridgetown, and also of
one-sixteenth of the manor of Parley, all in the co. of Derby.
He was 6. ante 1610; ?ii. Oct. 1639, Hannah, elder dau. and
co-heiress of Robert Godley, of Barlborough, and was there
bur. 21 Aug. 1676. He left issue,

I. Eobert, d. «.j)..bur. at Barlborough, 30 March, 1665.

II. William, his heir, of whom presently.

III. Edward, bapt. at Barlborough, 30 May, 1654.

IV. Gerv.ise, bapt. at Barlborough, 18 March, 1655, bur.
there 14 Jan. 1656.

V. Clifton, bur. at Barlborough, 23 Aug. 1672.

I. Mary, bapt. at Barlborouch, 19 Dec. 1648; m. 4Kov. 1676,
at Brampton, co. Derby, Kev. John BrocIUehurst, Rector of
Barlborough.

II. Hannah, bapt. at Barlborough, 7 Jan. 1657, in. Eobert
.Staniford, at Barlborough, 23 July, 1677, bur. there 21
March, 1678-9.

III. Elizabeth, bapt. at Barlborough, 26 July, 1C63 : ?«. 8
July, 1684, Thomas Spencer, of Matlock, co. Derby, bur.
there 15 Jan. 1700.

IV. Jane, bur. at Barlborough, 2 June, 1679.
The eldest surviving son,

AViLLiAM Makples, resided at Barlborough, and was bur.
there 24 June, 1704, and his wife, Helen, was bur. 6 Jan.
1706-7. He left issue,

I. Samoel, his heir.

II. Thomas, bur. at Barlborough, 10 Sept. 1676.

I. Mary, bur. at Barlborough. 14 Feb. 1676.

II. Hannah, bapt. at Barlborough, 30 Oct. 1682.
His son,

Samuel Mabples, of Barlborough, and afterwards of
Moorside, in the Parish of Staveley, co. Derby, bapt. at
Barlborough 30 Oct. 1671; m. 11 June, 1696, Margaret, dau.
of Eobert Wilson, of Ecclesall, co. York. He was bur. at
Staveley, 23 Oct. 1730, and left issue,

I. John, bapt. at Staveley, 29 Sept. 1C97, rf. unm., and was
bur. at Sheffield, 2U March, 171fi.

II. Samuel, bapt. at btaveley, 7 June, 1700; bur. there 10
March, 1720-1, d. unm.

III. Robert, his heir.

I. Sarah, bapt. at Staveley, 1703.
u. Barbara, bapt. at Staveley, t7''5.
in. Elizabeth, bapt. at Staveley. 1709.

IV. Mary, bapt. at Staveley, 1711.
The 3rd son,

EoBEBT Makples, of Staveley, and afterwards of Attercliffe ,
near ShefBeld; bapt. at Staveley, 12 May, 1717; m. 15 Oct.
1740, Martha, dau. of John Soisby, of Attercliffe, and by her
had issue,

I. John. 6. 12 March, 1747 ; d. unm. 6 Dec. 1810.

II. Samoel, his heir.

I. Sarah, d. in infancy.
The 2nd son,

Samuel Makples, of ShefBeld, Esq., 6. 10 April, 1T50;
m. 1st, 5 Oct. 1772, Hannah (who was bur. 20 July, 1778),
dau. of Joseph Dixon, of ShefBeld, and by her had two sons,
Samuel, bapt. 1776, bur. 1779; John, bapt. and bur. 1778; he
m. 2ndly, 11 April, 1782, Hannah, dau. of Benjamin Jcpson,
of Wincobank, near Sheffield; and d. 18 Aug. 1797, leaving
issue, two sons,

I. S.muel, of Sheffield, Esq., h. 14 Jan. 1783: m. 25 Dec.
1810, Ann, dau. of John Denton, of Fox Hill, in Ecclestield,
CO. York, gentleman, and by her had issue, six daus., two
sons, John and Samuel, who d. in infancy, and a son,
Benjamin, b. 182^1; d. unm. 2 April, 1866.

II. Benjamin, of West Grove, nearSheffield, b. 19April, 1784,
m. 4 July, 1813, Mary, dau. of the aforesaid John Denton,
of Fox Hill, and d. 11 ilay, 1843, leaving issue, two sons and
three daus.,

1 George, late of Brinkcliffe Tower, 6. 8 July, 1814 ; m.
22 Aug. 1844, Eleanor Johanna Williman (who rf. 8 May,
1869), dau. of Robert Jobson, of Lilburn, near Wooller, co.
Northumberland, and d. 13 March, 1881, leavingissue,
1 George Jobson, now of Brinkcliffe Tower; 2 Benjamin
Livingston, of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, b. 30
Sept. 1846; m. 13 Aug. 1872, Sarah Anne, younger dau.
of Edward Hughes-Parry, Esq. of Llangollen-Fechan, and
Pentrefelin, co. Denbigh ; 3 Francis, b. 6 March, 1853, 7)i.
1 Sept. 1»8I, Edith Annie, 2nd dau. of Benjamin Hadley
Sanders, Esq. of Bromsgrove, co. Worcester, and has
issue; I Eleanor Jacobina, d. unm. 10 Feb. 1869; 2 Mary
Eliza, d. unm. 13 April, J887 ; 3 Gertrude, d. an infant.

2 Samuel, d. in infancy.

1 Mary, d. v.v.n. 22 Nov. 1871. 2 Susannah, d. an infant.



3 Eliza, d. unm. 6 May, 1S65.

.(^rms— Quarterly, per fess, nebuly, sa. and ermine, in the
1st and 4th quarters a gryphon segreant or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a gryphon segreant or, resting the sinis-
ter claw on a cross-crosslct titchee sa. between two wings of
the latter. Motto — Tenax justitioe.

6>(!f— Brinkcliffe Tower, Ecclesall, W. E. Yorks. Cluix—
Junior Carlton.



MiARRIOTT OF COTESBACH.

Marriott, Charles, Esq. of Cotesbaeh, co.
Leicester, educated at Winchester and Brasenosa
Coll. Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1873, Barrister ot
the Inner Temple, J.P. co. Leicester, High Sheriff
1878, Lord of the Manors of Cotesbaeh and Shawell,
and Patron of Cotesbaeh, Capt. Prince Albert's
Own Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry, retired
1883, b. 14 Oct. 1848; ?«. 1st, 10 Feb. 1880,
Frances Marion, eldest dau. of Kobert Fellowes,
Esq. of Shotesham Park, Norwich, and by h^r
(who d. 1882) has issue,

I. Charles Henry, b. 14 3Iarch, 18S2. '

I. Evelyn Mary.

II. Violet Ann.

He m. 2ndly, 21 April, 1891, Mary Emily, eldest;
dau. of the late Rev. Charles Pierrepont Peach,
Vicar of Appleton-le-Street, Malton, and by her
has further isssue,

II. James Edmund, 6. 1 March, 1892. ;

III. Frederick Ernest, b. 28 May, 1893.

liineagre.— Rev. Robert Marriott, LL.D., Eector of
Cotesbaeh, m. 1771, Elizabeth, only child and heir of George
Stow, Esq. of Walthamstow, Essex, and had a son,

Eev. Robert Marriott, Eector of Cotesbaeh, in. 2 May,
1809, Anne, dau. of James Powell, Esq. of Clapton, Middlesex;
d. 5 Oct. 1841, having had by her (who d. 14 March, 1840),-
with others, who d. young,

Eobert, 6. 1817 ; d. 1829. ,'

James Powell, late of Cotesbaeh.

Anne, d. 1838.

Caroline, m. the Eev. J. D. Watson, of Guilsborough, anS

d. Aug. 1857, leaving issue.
Judith Elizabeth, d. 1835.
Susanna, m. 1843. the Eev. Thomas Stevens, of BradficU,

Berks, and d. 1866, leaving issue.

The son.

Rev. James Powell Godlton-Constable, of Cotesbaeh, co.
Leicester, and of Walcot, co. Lincoln, J.P.



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