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co. Leicester, 6.
21 July, 1819; to. 19 Dec. 1844, Lucy Henrietta, only dau. of
Sir George Strickland, Bart., by his wife, Mary, Lady Strick-
land, only child of the Rev. Charles Constable, of \Vassaud»
CO. York, and had issue,

I. Robert, 6. 29 Dec. 1846; d. 14 May, 1868.

II. Charles, now of Cotesbaeh.

III. James Goulton-Constable, of Walcot Hall, near Don-
caster, J. P., who assumed the surname of Goulton-Con-
stable in lieu of Marriott, Oct. 1872, b. 21 March, 1860;
m. Aug. 1873, Mary, youngest dau. of Rev. Digliy Charles
Lcgaid, of Lea, co. Lincoln, and has a son, Lewis Eobekt,
b. 1877.

IV. Frederick George, 6. 6 Nov. 1851 ; d. 27 Nov. 1853.
v. John Marmaduke, 6. 6 March, 1853.

VI. Henry Peter, b. 28 June, 1854.

VII. George Strickland (Eev.), b. 7 Oct. 1855; m. Gertrude,
dau. of Rev. — and has issue, Robiu George, and Ethel.

I. Mary Esther.

II. Anne '^ . .

III. Lucy Caroline j '"■*°^-

IV. Frances Alice.

The Rev. J. P. Goulton-Constable and Mrs. Goulton-Constable
his wife assumed by royal licence, dated Jan. 1866, the sur-
names and arms of Goulton-Constable, instead of those of
Marriott, in conformity with the will of Lady Strickland,
who d. Jan. 1805. Mr. Goulton-Constable d. 10 Oct. 1871, ancT
was J. at Cotesbaeh by the eldest, and at Walcot by his second
surviving son. Mrs. Goulton-Constable d. 8 July, 1871.
Jicsideace—Cotcshsich. House, near Lutterworth.


Marriott, Henry Christopher, Esq. of Avon-
bank, co. Worcester, Major (retired), late Prince of
Wales' Volunteers (82nd Regt.) , b. 14 March, 1826 ;
m. 18 April, 1849, Kosamond, dau. of Eev. Freddie





Hamilton Carrington, o£ Wadham College, Oxford ,
private chaplain to John, 3rd Duke of Roxburghe,
and grand-dau. of Rev. James Carrington, Rector
of Topsham, Devon, Prebendary of Exeter Cathe-
dral, and has had issue,

I. Henry Beckett, b. 19 Aug. 1S51 ; d. 11 Oct. 1863.

II. Thomas Frederic, b. 1 Aug. 1S51 ; d. 14 Nor. 1335, at

ni. EicHABD Charles Edwakd, Lieut. Duke of Cornwall's
T.ight Infantrj- (32nd Regt.), b. 5 May, 1863.

I. HaiTiott Julia Catherine.

II. Louisa, in. 20 Jan. 1876, Edmund Fletcher Eosanquet,
Esq. son of Samuel Richard Eosanquet, Esq. of
Dingestow Court, Monmouth, and of Forest Hill, co.
Essex, and has issue,

1 Edmund Marriott, 6. 24 March, 1878.

2 Ernest Counhopc, 6. 11 Juni-, ISTU.

1 Catherine Marriott. 2 Rosamond Carrington.

in. Mary Edith.

IV. Marion Frances Florence Carrington, in. 14 Sept. 1876,
Rev. Henry Bickersteth Ottley, Vicar of Eastbourne,
formerly Vicar of Newton-on-Trent, son of Rev. Lawrence
Ottley, Rector of Richmond, co. York, Canon of Ripon
Cathedral, by Elizabeth his wife, sister of the late Right
Rev. Robert Bickersteth, Bishop of Ripon, and has

V. Rosamond Frederica, m. 25 Sept. 1890, Rev. Lewis
Randolph Marriott^Leir {see Leir of Ditch'.at), Rector of
Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, and has issue.

liineag'e. — This family traditionally derives its patronymic
from a town in Norman'ly, whence three brothers, Eudolphus,
Augustine, and Gulielmus, are stated to have accompanied
William the Conqueror to England. From them several fam-
ilies have emanated, and settled in Yorkshire, Leicestershire,
and Kent.

The Yorkshire branch was founded by ArcDSTiNE Makeiott,
who m. 5 Nov. 1689, Sarah, dau. of Peter Tooke, Esq. and left
issue, Edward, 6. 1 Nov. 1692; Benjamin, 6. 16 Feb. 1697;
Randolph, of whom presently ; Dorothea, 6. 15 Sept. 1690 ;
Mary Sarah, 6. 15 Feb. 1694; and Sarah, b. 31 March, 1704.
The 3rd son,

Rev. Randolph Marriott, D.D., Chaplain to H. M. George
II., and Rector of Darfield, co. York, b. 3 Nov. 1699 ; m. 26
Oct. 1731, Lady Diana Feilding, 3rd dau. of Basil, 4th Earl of
Denbigh, and d. 6 May, 1782, having by her(,who (L29 March
1756, aged 49) had issue,

Charles, b. 9 July, d. 10 Nov. 1733.

James, b. 4 Aug., d. 26 Aug. 1735.

Randolph, of whom presently.

Thomas, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster, Rector of St.
Michael, Basseshaw, and Chaplain-in-ordinary to King
George III., b. 27 May, 1737 ; m. Jan. 1777, Anne, dau. of
Sir Thomas Cave, Bart., who d. 23 Pec. 1833, aged 85.
He d. at Bristol, 16 Sept. 1781. Both buried in Bristol

John, b. 19 Aug. 1739; m. Margaret, dau. of S. Gawtherne,
Esq. of Nottingham, and d. Nov. 1809, having by her i,who
d. June, 1821) had issue, Randolph, Vicar of Ipplepen. co.
Devon, 1814-43, m. a dau. of A. Gilby, Esq.. and d. 1843,
aged 65: Diana: Eliza, d. 22 Nov. 1815; Mary, m. Francis
Gawtherne, Esq. and d. 4 April, 1812; Sarah; Carohne ;

William, E.I.C.S., chief of the Province of Rurdwan,
Bengal, h. 23 Sept. 1744; m. Jan. 1774, Jane, dau. of E.
Capper, Esq. of Redland, near Bristol, and d. at Pershore,
CO. Worcester, 16 Dec. 1803, having bv her ^who d. 20 Aug.
1825), had issue. William, 6. 21 Oct.' 1774, m. IhOl, Lydia
Mogridge, and d. s. p. in India, 18 Jan. 1805 ; Charies
Selwood, b. 20 Sept. 1776, d. at Pershore, co. Worcester, 24
Dec. 1806; Harvey, Rector of Claverton. and Vicar of
AVellington, b. 23 July, 1782 ; d. 18 Aug. 1865.

Mary, m. Capt. John Marriott, R.N., and d. 7 Feb. 1796
leaving three daus. '

Frances, d. 21 Jan. 1735.

Sarah, m. Rev. Harvey Spragg. Rector of Pulborough,
Sussex, and d. s. p. He d. 1 June, 1796.

Diana, lii. Capt. William Tucker, R.N., and had a son, Allen
whoa. s. p. 1816, aged 49.

Elizabeth, d. unm. 16 May, 1783.

Hester, m. Rev. Robert Deane, Rector of Barwick in Elmeter,
CO. York, and (i.s. p. '

Anne, d. 10 Feb. 1746.

Charlotte, d. unm. 16 Dec. 1822.
The 3rd son,

Randolph Marriott, of Leases Hall, Bedale, co. York, b.
18 June, 1,36; U.E.I.C.S., was transferred to the Military
V «,'"*'. tl*^ '^"^^^ ""'^" Lord Clive with distinction at the
battle of Plassy, 23 June, 1757, receiving a gold medal ; m. 4

Dec. 1769, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Right Eev. Christopher
Wilson, D.D., Bishop of Bristol (by Anne, his wife, dau. of
Right Rev. Edmund Gibson, D.D., Bishop of London), and d.
2 June, 1807, having by her (who d. 27 Feb. 1821) had issue,
six sons and eight daus.,

I. Randolph, Major-Gen. in the Army, 1813, B. 30 Sept.
1770; ru. Emma, dau. of Peregrine Treves, Esq., Post-
master-General of Bengal, and sister of Hester, late Mrs.
Thomas Clifton, of Lytham Hall, co. Lancaster, and had
issue, Wilson, an officer in the H.E.I. C.S. Native Cavalry,.
6. 27 Feb. 1812, d. unm. 1840; Emma, d. in Paris, 22.
March, 1893; Julia Frances, d. in Paris, 16 Feb. 1887.
General Randolph Marriott d. in Paris 9 March, 1821 ; his
widow,'Emma, rf. there Dec. 1881, aged 96.

II. Christopher, b. 1772, Barrister-at-Law ; m. Miss Fanny
Newby, and d. s. p. 1830.

III. Thomas, b. 3 June, 1773 : Lieut. -Gen. in the H.E.T.C.S.
Army, late of Avonbank, co. Worcester, J. P., Lord of the-
Lordship of Seagrave, co. Leicester: served in the Mysore
Country under Lord Cornwallis, present at the siege of
Seringapatam, 15 May, 1792 i medal), and Indian Campaiga
of that period ; received charge of the Princes, sons of
Tippoo Sahib, Sultan of Mysore ; served also in the war
under Gen. Lord Harris in 1799, in which Tippoo Sahib wa*.
killed, and was attached to the Staff of Arthur, Marquess
Wellesley, in 1802; in. 7 Jan. ISll, his first cousin Anne,
3rd dau. of Sir John Beckett, Bart, of Meanwood Park, co.
Y'ork (see Burke's Peerage, Grimthorpe B.), and d. 16
March, 1847, having by 'her (wlio d. 20 Oct. 1867), had

Thomas Feilding Beckett, Lieut. -Gen., and Col. Com-
mandant R.A., b. 26 June, 1813, d. unm. 25 Nov. 1880.

Edward John Beckett, J. P. cos. Worcester, Gloucester,,
and Oxon, late Capt. Worcestershire Militia, 6. 18 April,
1817; m. 18 Sept. 1855, Georgiana Mary, dau. of Harry
Edmund Waller, Esq. of Farmington Lodge, co. Gloucesiei\
and Kirby Fleetliam, co. Y''ork ; and d. s. p. 8 June,

Randolph, E.I.C.S., Bengal Presidency, b. 16 June, 1821 p
TO. 26 Aug. 1856, Amy Ada Blanche Cavendish, dau. of
Gen. J. Murray, and d. s. p. 5 May, 1889. She d. at.
Azimghur, Bengal, Dec. 1860.

Henry Christopher, now of Avonbank.

Mary Anne, 6. 13 Oct. 1811; d.unm. 1833.

Harriott Elizabeth.

Maria Louisa, m. 1st, 6 Nov. 1850, George Augustus
Frederick Wellington Stewart-Mackenzie, Esq. 72nd
Highlanders (see Burke's Peerage, Galloway), son of the-
Right Hon. James Stewart and his wife, Hon. Mrs.
Stewart-Mackenzie, eldest dau. and co-heiress of Francis-
Humberstone Mackenzie, Lord Seaforth (see Burke's.
Extinct Peerage), of Brahan Castle, Dingwall, N.B., and
assumed the surname of Stewart-Mackenzie. H&
d. s. p. 15 July, 1852. She m. 2ndly, 6 Aug. 18159, Capt.
Edward Krodsham Noel Kindcrsley Wasey, ll.N., of Fox-
leighs. Maidenhead, and d. s. p. 1 Oct. 1890.

IV. George, Commander R.N., b. 12 March, 1776; lost ia
H.M.S. ■' "The Lady Duncan," 5 Jan. 1801, aged 24, unm.

V. Pachard, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., b. 27 Feb. 1777 ; m. 4 Nov.
1803, Charlotte Phoebe, dau. of Peter Du Cane, Esq. of
Braxted Park, Essex, and d. s. p. 30 Jan. 1805. She d. at,
Horsham, 15 April, 1854.

VI. Charles, Major H.E.I.C.S., of Sellarsbrooke. Monmouth,
b. 10 Feb. 1781 ; ?i!. 1st, 9 July, 1811, Anne Carteret, dau.
of Rev. George Harris, and niece of Gen. Lord Harris,
G.C.B., which lady d. 12 May, 1831. He m. 2ndly,
Catherine (Lady of the Manor of Goodrich, co. Hereford),
dau. of George Griffin, Esq. of Newton Court, Monmouth,.-
■(vho d. 28 Aui;. Is87. He d. s. p. 22 Jan. 1848.

I. Frances, 6. 22 Oct. 1774; d. unm. 1794.

II. Anne, b. 9 April, 177s : vi. 24 Aug. 17S8, Major John,
Y'eoman, of Wlntby, co. York, who d. 1801. She d.s.p.

III. Diana, 6. 1780.

IV. Harriott, b. 6 April, 1782; m. 4 April, 1804, Rev.
WiUiam Leir, Rector of Ditcheat, co. Somerset, J. P., and
Chaplain to Lord Boston (see Leir of Ditckeai), and ,/. \
April, 1843, having had two sons and seven daus. Rev.
AViUiam Leird. 23 Dec. 1863, aged 95.

V. Charlotte, 6. 24 Oct. 1783; d. unm. 1804.

VI. Elizabeth Hester, 6. 1785; m. '25 April, 1809, Brigadier-
Gen. Joseph W. Morrison, C.B., Col. 44th Regt., served in,
Burmese War, d. s. p. on passage home from India.

VII. Jemima, d. unm. 1787.

VIII. Georgiana, b. 1790 ; d. unm. 1813.

Seat — Avonbank, Pershore, co. Worcester.


Chisexhale-Maush, William Swaine, Esq. of
Gavnes Park, Essex, J.P., High Sheriff 1892, b. 7
Sept. 1857 ; s. his father 1875 ; m. 11 Oct. 1881,
Esther Eleanora Mary, eldest dau. of Edward
Byrom, Esq. of Culver, Devon, and Kersall Cell,





Lancashire, br his -wife, Katharine ^lary, dau. of
Thomas Coopland, Esq. of Asenbv, and Las issue,

Athertdn Hakold, h. 20 Aug. 1S83.

KMberine Mary Ksbu. Dorothy Eleanora.

Xiineag'e. — William Coxhead Marsh, Esq. of Gaynes
Talk, Essex, J. P. and ]).L., High Sheriff 1847, 6. 16 Aug.
ITjO; VI. o Oct. ISOi), Suphia, dau. of the Key. John Swainc,
of Lcverington, Isle of Ely, by Mary his wife, dau. of John
Inj:le, Esq. of Shelford, co. Cambridge, and by her ^vho d.
24 Dec. 1867) had issue,

Thomas Coxhead, his heir.

AVilliam (Kev.), M.A., formerly Fellow and Tutor of Trinity
Hail, Cambridge, of Wethcrsfield Place, Vicar of Wetheis-
field. Essex, b. 8 Aug. 1815; in. Emily, dau. of Thomas
■\Vhite, Esq. of Wetheisfield.
Ileniy Augustus (Rev.), M.A., formerly Fellow and Junior
Dean of Trin. Coll. Camb., Vicar of Tuxford, Notts, b. 28
Feb. 1817; m. 1850, Eliza, dau. of the Very Eev. John
Lamb, Dean of Bristol, Master of Corpus Chrisli CoU.
Sophia, m. Eer.Edward Browne-Evorard, Hector of Burn-
ham Thorpe, Norfolk; d. 1S67, leaving issue.
Emily, m. Hev. Dr. Aiiislie, Master of Pembroke Coll. Camb.
Louisa, TO. Kev. William Pratt, formerly Kector of Haiplcy

cum-Bircham, Norfolk, and d. 1877, leaving issue.
Ellen Frances, m. Rev. C. Tower, Rector of Chilmark, Wilts ;
d. 1866, leaving issue.

Caroline Georgiana, vi. Henry B. Edwards, Esq. of Har-
dingham, Norfolk.
Mr. Marsh was Fellow of St. Peter's Coll. Camb., and Member
of the Society of Lincoln's Inn ; he d. March, 1867, and was s.
by his eldest son,

TuoMAS CoxHEAD Chisenhale Maesh, Esq. of Gaynes Park,
Essex, J. P. and D.L., Barrister-at-Law, Chairman Essex
<5uarter Sessions, 6. 25 July, 1811 ; m. 27 Oct. 1846, Eliza Ann
Chisenhale-Chisenhale, eldest dau. of John Chisenhale Chisen-
hale, Esq. of Arley Hall, co. Lancaster, and took the name
and arms of Chisenhale, in addition to those of Maesh; he
d. 30 Jan. 1875, having liad issue,

I. William Swaine, now of Gaynes Park.

II. Thomas Edward, 6. 22 June, la65.
I. Mary Sophia, d. 24 Feb. 1862.

51. Caroline Emily, vi. 20 April, 1871, Frederick Foster, Esq.
of Glyde Court, Lieut. 13th Hussars, eldest son of Rev.
Sir Charles Cavendish Foster, Bart, of Glyde Court, and
Stonehouse, Ardee, co. Louth, and d. Sept. 1892, leaving
issue (see Burke's Peerage). iii. Ursula Blanche.

IV. Eliza Gertrude, m. Benjamin, only son of W. Cornish
Cleave, Esq., of The Sanctuary, and Newcombes, Crediton,
Devon. v. Margaret Alice. vi. Annie Sophia.

Arms — 1st and 4th, Marsh f,uarterly gu. and arg., in the
1st a horse's head of the sec nd ; 2nd and 3rd, Chisenhale,
arg., three crosses-crosslet bout jnnee fitch6e within a bordure
«ngrailed gu. Crests — Issuing iiom a mural crown gu. a
horse's head arg. ducally collare 1 or, for Marsh ; 2nd, a griffin
passant gu. collared and lined, t!ie collar charged with three
crosses-crosslet, for Chisenhale.

jSeoi— Gaynes Park, Epping, Essex.


Maesh, Henry William, Esq., C.E., of Winter-
bourne Park, CO. Gloucester, b. 1837 ; m. 1865,
Mary Annie, 2nd dau. of the late G-eorge Millard,
i]sq. late of Bromley, Kent, and has issue,

I. Henbt William Godfrei.

II. John Charles Sidney. in. George Augustus Bulwer.
I. Mary Josephine. ii. Annie Mathilde, in. Ada Helen.
IV. Frances Alice Perry. v. Agnes Blanche.

Mr. Marsh is son of Capt. Henry Godfrey Marsh
{who d. 1872), of Wiiiterbourne Park, J. P., by his
wife Josephine Margrata, (w. 1832, d. 1874), 2nd
dau. of Wienand VVassermyer, of Bonn, Prussia.

Seat — Winterbournc Park, near Bristol.


{See Supplement .)


Marshall, Walter James, Esq. of Patterdale
Hall, Westmorland, and Enholnies Hall, co. York,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheritf', 1890, b. 1837; m. 8
Feb. 1866, Anne Ehza, dau. of Eev. John Eichard

Hill, of Thornton, co. York, and by her (vfbo dt
1876) has issue,

I. William Hibbert, 6. 18 Nov. 1SC6.

II. Richard, b. Nov. 1867.

III. Godfrey Arthur, 6. May, 1869.

I. Violet Augusta. ii. Ellen Eai-riet.

Lineage. — John Marshall, Esq. of Headingley, near
Leeds, M.P. for co. York, b. 27 July, 1765, 2nd son of John
Marshall, of Yeadon Low Hall, co. York, acquired great wealth
by his successful introduction of mechanical improvements
into a branch of the linen manufacture, the spinning of flax,
for which he formed extensive establishments at Leeds and
at Shrewsbury. He m. 5 Aug. 1795, Jane, 5th dau. of William
Pollard, Esq. of Halifax, and had issue,

I. William, of Patterdale Hall, Westmorland, M.P.

II. John, M.P. for Leeds, b. 28 Dec. 1797 ; m. 18 Nov. 1828,
Mary, eldest dau. of Joseph Dykes Ballantine Dykes, Esq.
of Dovenby Hall, Cumberland, and d. 31 Oct. 1836, leaving

1 Reginald Dykes, of Cookridge Hall, Leeds, J.P., 6.
8 July, 18.32; m. 1st, 21 Jan. lM.i8, Margaret Louisa, 3rd
dau. of Sir J. F. Herschel, 2nd Bart., and by her (who d.
7 Jan. 1861) he has two dans., Mary Adeline Louisa, d. 26
Feb. 1888 ; and Margaret Alice Edilh Herschel. He ik.
2ndly, 8 March, 1864, Mary Jane, eldest dau. of Rear-
Admiral the Hon. Keith Stewart, B.N., C.B., and by her
has issue, FitzRoy Dykes, 2nd Lieut. 3rd batt. Duke of
Cornwall's L.I., b. 22 July, 1869; Rosamond Stewart;
Helen Blanche ; Sybil Janet Edith; Ursula Wilhelmina;
Cicely Mary ; Evelyn Adela ; and Olive Editli.

2 Herbert John, Lieut. B.N., m. I.aura Cecilia, 2nd dau.
of Lieut.-Col. "Temple, late 60rh Rifles, and has issue.

3 Julian, m. Florence, eldest dau. of Rev. T. Thomas,
Canon of Canterbury, and has issue.

1 Janet Mary, ni. Stair Douglas, Esq., son of Sir J.
Douglas, K.C.B.

2 Catherine Alice, m. John Sumner Gibson, eldest son of
Rev. T. Gibson, late of Fawley, Hants.

Mrs. Marshall, 7n.2nd!y, P. O'Callaghan, Esq., llth Hussars.

III. James Garth, of Monk Coniston Park, Ambleside, and
Headingley. Leeds, J.P. and D.L., M.P. Leeds 1847 to 1852,
and High Sheriff of co. York 1860, b. 20 Feb. 1802 ; m. 9 Feb.
1841, Hon. Mary Alice Perry Spring Rice, dau. of Thomas
Spring Rice, 1st Lord Monteagle, and by her (who d.ll May,
1875) left issue at his decease in 1873,

1 Victor Alexander Ernest Garth, of Monk Coniston and
Headingley, J.P. co. Lancaster, 6. 16 Nov. 1841; m.
1876, Victoria Albertha Alexandrina, eldest dau. of
Alexander, 1st Baron Stanmore, K.C.B.

2 James Aubrey Garth, b. II June, 1844.

1 Julia Mary Garth. 2 Constance Eleanor, d. 1853.

IV. Henry Cowper, of Weetwood Hall, Leeds, J.P. and D.L.,
b. 8 March, 1808 ; m. 27 June, 1837, Catherine Anne Lucy,
2nd dau. of Thomas, 1st Lord Monteagle, and by her (who
d. 23 July, 1853) has Edmond Henry, and other issue.

v. Arthur.

I. Mary Anne, m. 13 April, 1841, Thomas, 1st Lord Mont-

II. Cordelia, m. 1841, Rev. William Whewell, Master of Trin.
Coll. Camb., deceased.

III. Jane Dorothea, m. 29 July, 1828, John, 2nd son of Sir
Granville Temple, 9th Bart., and d. 23 Dec. 1851, leaving
issue. IV. Ellen.

v. Julia Anne, m. 31 Oct. 1833, Rev. Henry Venn-Elliott, of
Bricht, and has issue.

Ti. Susan Harriett, m. March, 1842, Eev. Frederick Myers,
of Keswick, and has issue.
The eldest son,

William Marshall, Esq. of Patterdale Hall, J.P. and D.L.,
M.P. successively for Petersfield, Beverley, Carlisle, and East
Cumberland, 6.26 May, 1796; m. 17 June, 1828, Georgiana
Christiana, 7th dau. of George Hibbert, Esq. of Munden, co.
Hertford, and d. 1872, leaving issue,

John William, his heir.

George Hibbert, heir to his brother.

Walter James, heir to his brother.
The eldest son,

John William Marshall, Esq. of Patterdale Hall, co. West-
morland, J. P., 6. 1820; d. unm. 4 Feb. 1881, when he was «.
by his brother,

George Hibbert Marshall, Esq. of Patterdale Hall and
Enholmes Hall, J. P., 6. 28 Oct. 1832 ; d. 18S7, and was s. by his

S^af.s— Patterdale Hall, Hallsteads, Penrith ; and Enholmes
Hall, Patrington, near Hull.


Marshall, William Nicholas Cottkock, I
Esq., of TrevForgey, Cornwall, J.P., b. 11 April,





1846 ; m. 1st, Oct.. 1867, Alice Ann Grey, only cliild
of Bev. Jolm Grlanville, Eector of Jacobstow,
Cornwall, wliich lady d. 1876 ; 2ndly, 1879, Eliza-
beth, widow of C. E. Rowcliife, Esq. of Stog-
umber, Somerset ; and 3rdly, 26 Jan. 1882, Harriet
Georgiana, 2nd dau. of Francis James Coleridge,
Esq., of the Manor House, Ottery St. Mary,
Devon, and has issue,

CoLEKiDGE CoNNOCK, 6. 15 Marcli, 18S3.
Monica Augusta, b. 20 Feb. 1891.

Lineag'e. — The ancient scat and estate of TroworKcy,
parish of St. Cleer, is inherited by the Mabshalls, through
females, from the old family of Connock, whose residence it
was before the time of Henry VIII. Nicholas Connock, Esq.
<who d. 21 July, 1757), was the last male representative of the
name and family in Cornwall. In Spain, a highly honourable
branch still flourishes. The widow of Nicholas Connock sur-
vived him more than forty years, and d. 18 Dec. 1804. At her
decease, Trcworgey passed to her sister, Mrs. Ince, and then to
her dau.. Miss Anne Ince, who d. U7im., and waas. by her
nephew, William Marshall, Esq. of Treworgey, the descend-
ant of an ancient Devonshire family. His father. Rev. Lew-
is Marshall, Vicar of Davidstow and Eector of Lcsnewth (son
of Lewis and Alice Marshall), m. 1794, Armenell, dau. of John
Inch, Esq., ofCamelford, andcZ. 23 March, 1833, aged 75, leaving

I. William, who s. to Treworgey.

II. Ambrose Hodge, m. 2 Feb. 1827, and had issue, Ambrose
Hodge; William Fillis; Wallis lloberts ; John; Hannah;
Susan; Mary Hart; and Ann Armenell.

I. Mary Ann, m. 18 Sept. 1823, Eev. George Pool Norris.

II. Susannah, m. William Fillis Pearce, Esq.
The eldest son,

William Marshall, Esq. of Treworgey, High Sheriff 1843,
b. 10 March, 1798; to. 30 June, 1840, Everi'da.dau. of the
Eev. Robert Palk Carrington, Rector of Bridford, Devon, by
Dorothea his wife, dau. of Joshua Williams, Esq. of Per-
ridge House, and by her (who d. 24 Dec. 1864) had issue,

I. William Nicholas Connock, now of Treworgey.

II. Lewis Carrington, b. 26 March, 1848.

I. Eveiilda Armenell, m. 18 April, 1861, William Crawford
FtTte cue, Esq., son of Herbert Fortescue, Esq. of

u. Frances Dorothea, m. July, 18G8, Dr. George Kerswill, of
East Looe, Cornwall. in. Mary Susan.

IV. Alice Georgina, d. 20 May, 1862.

Arvis— Or, a millrind sa. on a chief gu. three antelopes' heads
of the field. Crest— An antelope's head erased or.
Stat — Treworgey, Liskeard, Cornwall.


Maeshall, Geoege William, Esq., LL.D.,
E.S.A., J. P., of Sarnesfield Court, co. Hereford,
and of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law,
Eouge Croix Pursuivaut of Ai-ms, b. 19 April,
183y, m. 26 Sept. 18G7, Alice Euth, dan. of Eev.
Ambrose William Hall, M.A., sometime Eector of
Debden, Essex, and has, with other issue,

I. George, b. 4 Sept. 1869. ii. Isaac, 6. 4 Nov. 1870.

Lineage.— William Marshall, of Perlethorpe, co. Not-
tingham, was living there in 1063-4. Isaac Marshall, of
Perlethorpe, ttmp. Charles II., had issue, by Rebecca his
wife. dau. of Robert Feather, of that place (who d. 6 Nov.

Isaac Marshall, bapt. at Perlethorpe 12 March, 1686 ;
bur. there 2 Feb. 1733-4. He had issue by his 1st wife, Mary
Clark, a son, Isaac, of whom presently, and by his 2nd wife,
Elizabeth (who d. May, 1732), a son, William, ana three daus.

' The eldest son,

Isaac Marshall, of Perlethorpe, 6. 1717, m. 1st, Ann, dau.

I of William Keyworth, of RufTord, co. Nottingham, and by her

; (who rf. 4 April, 1758, aged 36) had issue, i. Isaac, d. young;

: II. William, of Birmingham ; and three daus. He to. 2ndly,
Sarah Lane, by Whom he had no issue, and dying 26 June,
17SG, was s. by his son,

. AViLLiAM Marshall, of Birmingham, and of The Grange,

, ■N\'ard End, co. Warwick, 6. 26 Nov. 1753; d. 29 Dec. 1837,
and was bur. at Aston, near Birmingham. He m. 1st, Mary,
dau. of James Goddington, of Birmingham, and by her (Who

j <(. 11 Sept. 1786, aged 28) had issue (with others, who d.

i young) two sons,

I. Isaac, 6. 13 Aug. 1778; m. Charlotte, dau. of John Sim-
cox, and d. 10 July, 1854, leaving issue.

II. William, of Bescott and Walsall, co. Stafford, h. 23 May,
1783; m. 16 April, 1807, Sarah, dau. of Peter Wethcrhead,
of Walsall, and by her (who d. 3 Nov. 1865) left issue. He
d. 14 Feb. 1841.

William Marshall nt. 2ndly, Susannah, widow of William
Twells, and dau. of Joseph Meller, of Morton Grange, co.
Notts, and by her (who d. 2 June, 1835) had issue,
in. Henry, 6. 2 Feb. 1789; m. 1st, Marsaretta, dau. of
Thomas Adams, and 2ndly, Maria, dau. of William Bingley ;
and d. without male issue, 18 June, 1880, leaving three

IV. George, of Ward End House.

This George Marshall, of Ward End House, 6. 29 Sept.
1794; d. 25 Feb. 1855 ; m. 1st, Ann Alice, dau. of George Lander,
and by her had, Walter, who d. an infant ; and 2ndly, Eliza
Henshaw, dau. of John Coniberbach, of Langley Hall, co. Salop,
and had issue, an only son, the present George William BIae-
shall, Esq. of Sarnesfield Court.

Ai-ms — Barry of six erm. and az., a horseshoe or between
three bezants. Crest — A bezant charged with a horseshoe sz.
between two wings barry of six erm. and az. Motto — Yi
inartiuli Deo adjuvante.

iSeat — Sarnestield Court, Weobley, co. Hereford.


Marshall, Lieut. -Gen. Frederick, Esq.,
C.M.G., of Catteshall Manor, Broadwater, Surrey,
J. P., Lieut. -Gen. (retired), late Aide-de-Camp to
H.E.H. the Duke of Cambridge, and late Lieut. -
Col. 2ud Life Guards, Master of the Horse to tlie
Earl of Carlisle, E.G., when Lord. -Lieutenant of
Ireland, Col. of the 1st Eoyals, b. 26 July, 1829 ;
m. 16 Dec. 1861, Adelaide Laura, youngest dau. of
Capt. Edward G. Howard, nephew of Bernard
Edward, 12th Duke of Norfolk, E.G., and has

I. George W^ilfred Howaud, Lieut. Grenadier Guards, b.
27 Feb. 1864 ; m. 1890, Florence, 2nd dau. of the late
Graham Menzies, Esq. of Hallyburton, co. Forfar.

I. Sybil Mary, m. 1887, William Arnold Webster Lawson,

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