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, Lieut. Scots Guards, 2nd son of Sir Edward
Levy Lawson, Bart, and has issue. (See Burke's Peer-

II. llylda Theifese, m. April, 1892, Walter de Winton, Esq.,
1st Life Guards, of Maesllwch Castle, co. Radnor.

Lineage.— The family of Marshall, anciently Marchal,
lived in Sussex many generations before

Thomas Marshall (son of Thomas Jlarshall, of Eastbourne)
left the county, and m. 1743, Mary, only dau. of William
Bryant, of Haslemere, Surrey. By her he had two sons, Thomas
Marshall, who d. without issue, and

Robert Bryant Marshall, Esq., 6. 18 Oct. 1744, who
derived considerable property from his uncle, Roliert Bryant,
of Haslemere, the only brother of Mary Bryant, the said Robert
Bryant having but one child, a dau., to whom he left the rest
of his estates. Robert Marshall d. leaving two sons (George,
of Broadwater, and Henry, of Godalming), and three daus.,
who m. three brothers, Anne, who to. William Ponlitex, of
Gloucester Place, Hyde Park Gardens ; Sarah, who m. Edmund
Pontifei, of Bramhope Lodge, Charlton, Kent; and Mary, who
))!. John Pontifex, of Groom's Hill, Blackheath, Kent. His
elder son,

George Marshall, Esq. of Broadwater, Surrey, J.P., 6. 31
Oct. 1796 ; TO. 1 Feb. 1819, Sarah, 3rd dau. of James Alexander,
Esq. of Edenbridge, Kent ; d. Dec. 1852, having by her (who d.
March, j864) had issue,

I. Alexander.

II. Murray, to. 8 Feb. 1849, Eliza, 3rd dau. of W. Gibbs, Esq.
of Tichenor Park, Sussex.

III. Frederic, now of broadwater.

IV. Henry, late Col. 9th Lancers, m. 18 July, 1860, Alice,
dau of William Heath Jary, Esq. of Blofield Lodge and
Builingham House, Norfolk.

I. Sarah, widow of Capt. Thomas Shearburn, of Snaith Hall,
CO. York.

II. Emily, m. 29 June, 1859, Charles Edward Fairtlough, Esq.
(deceased), Lieut. -Col. Commanding 3rd Depot Bairalion,
eldest son of Rev. Samuel Gerald Fairtlough, Eector of
Aghinagh, co. Cork.

Arms — Az., on a pile between two anchors in base or, an
anchor sa. Crest — A crested female figure vested arg., the





riEjlit hand pointing to a rainbow above her head ppv. and with
tlie left supporting an anchor in front gu. J/otio— Spes niea
in coelo.

Sf««— Catteshall Manor, Broadwater, near Godalming,
Surrey. 2'oini liouse — 9, Eaton Place, S.W.

Clubs — United Service, Army and Navy, Bachelors', and


Leeson-Maeshall MARKnAM Richard, Esq. of
CallinafercY House, co. Kerry, J.P., Higli Sheriff
3 890, B.A. New Coll. Oxon, Barrister-at-Law, b. 24.
Dec. 1859; m. 9 Aug. 1890, Mabel Edith, eldest
dau. of Sir John Fermor Godfrey, Bart., and by
her (who d. 2 May, 1892) has issue,

Mary (May), b. 19 May, 1891.

Lineage Robert Leeson, Esq., 6. April, 1796, son of

Hon. Robert Leeson, second son, by bis third wife, of Joseph,
1st Earl of Milltown (s:e Bdrke's Peerap-e, Milltown, E.),m.
Jan. 1820, Elizilietli, only surviving dau. and heiress of Ralph
Marshall, Esq. of BallymacAdam, co. Kerry, and had, with
other issue,

Richard John Leeson, Esq., 6. 11 April, 1828, who took the
surname of Marshall under the will of his uncle, John Mark-
ham Marshall, Esq., m. 23 Sept. 1858, Rebecca (Zeena), dau.
of Yen. Ambrose Power, Archdeacon of Lismore, and d. 27
Aug. 1877, leaving (with three daus., Mary Henrietta, Grace
Elizabeth, and Ediih Susan) a son, the present Markham
BicuABD Leeson-Marshall, Esq. of Callinafercy House.

^aiuilj) of IHursball.

Tristram Marshall came to Kerry in the expedition of Sir
Charles Wilmot, 1G02, and marrying Mary, dau. of Maurice
EitzGerald, of BallymacAdam Castle, co. Kerry, settled there.
His son,

John Marshall, m. Jane, dau. of Florence McCarty, of
Clodane ; was driven out by the Irish in the great rebellion
of 1G41, returned as a Capt. in Cromwell's army, and re-settled
at liallyniac.Vdam Castle, co. Kerry. His son,

Ralph Marshall, in. Elizabeth, dau. of Arthur Brown, of
Eallyneatig, co. Kerry, aCromwellian officer. His son,

Ralph Marshall, m. Jane, dau. and heiress of John Pur-
cell, of Gortenard, co. Cork. His son,

John Marshall, m. Lucy, sister of the Hon. Robert Day, a
Judge of the King's Bench. His son,

Ralph Marshall, High Sheriff co. Kerry 1799; m. Jane,
only dau. and heiress of John Markham, of Brewslerfield, co.
Kerry; and was killed in the Peninsular War, leaving a son,
John Markham, who d. unm. 1832, and a dau.

Elizabeth Marshall, ra. Jan. 1820, Robert, son of Hon.
Eoliert Leeson, youngest son of Joseph, 1st Earl of Milltown,
and had, with other issue,

Richard John Leeson (who took the name of Marshall, as
above), m. 23 Sept. 1858, Rebecca(Zeena), dau. of 'Ven. Ambrose
Power, Archdeacon of Lismore, and d. 27 Aug. 1877, leaving
ovith three daus.) a son, Markham Richard Leeson-Marshall.

^itmih) of g1arhl)am.

John Markham, an officer in Cromwell's army, settled in
Ireland. His son,

Capt. Joshoa Markham, of Killaha Casle, co. Kerry, m.
Mildred, :ind dau. and co-heiress of Sir Francis Brewster, of
Brewstei-field, co. Kerry, and d. 1717. His son,

Joshua Markham, of Nunstown, la. Hester, dau. and heiress
of William Godfrey, of Callinafercy, co. Kerry. Ills son,

John Markham, of Brewstertield, and Callinafercy, High
Sheriff CO. Kerry 1784, to. Elizabeth, dau. of GeofTry "The
O'Uonoghue of the Glynn," by his wife Elizabeth, dau. of
" The McCarty More." His only dau.,

Jane Markham, m. Ralph Marshall, of BallymacAdam, co.

,'(r/ns—(S« Burke's Peerage, Miltown, E.)

Seat— Callinafercy House, Killorglm, Killarney, co. Kerry.


^- AESHALL, Walter Gore, Esq. of Hambleton
Hall, CO. Rutland, High Sheriff 1885, b. 25 Sept.
18-15 ; educated at Winchester and Ch. Ch. Oxon,
M.A., 1869.

Lineagre. — George Marshall, Esq. of 'Westoe. Durham,
6. 1705; m. 1794; andd. 1839, leaving by his wife Sarah, dau.

of James Anderson, of Cleadon, Durham, (who d 1830) a son,
George Marshall, Esq., b. 1802 ; to. 25 Feb. 1836, Elizabetft •
Helen, dau. of John Gore, Esq. of The Harts, Woodford,
Essex, and by her (who d. 7 July, 1890) had issue,

I. George, m. the Hon. Sophie Byng, sister of George Stan-
ley, 8th 'Viscount Torrlngton, and has issue, George Byng,
b. 1876.

II. Walter Gore, now of Hambleton Hall.

1. Helen Rosa, i>i. E. Courage, Esq. of Shenfield Place, Brent-
wood, Essex, and has issue.
If. Constance, m. Gen. Vesey, late R.A., and cL leaving issue.

III. Elizabeth, m. F. G. Powell, Esq. (deceased), late 2nd
Dragoon Guards, and has issue.

IV. Claudine Frances, m. George Blois (deceased), brother to
Sir J. it. Blois, Bart.

V. Katharine Mildred, a Sister of Mercy.

VI. Evangeline Julia, to. Clement A. P. Cooper, late 29tli
Regt., brother to Sir Astley Cooper, Bart., and has issue.

Mr. Marshall d. 17 May, 1877.

Seat — Hambleton Hall, Oakham, Rutland.
Toicn Residmct — 9, CJueen Anne Street, W.


Marshall, William Kennedy, Esq. of
Baronne Court, King's co. J. P. and D.L., High ■
Sheriff 1886, b. 12 March, 1858 ; m. 27 May, 1881,
Ada Elizabeth, only dau. of Michael Den Keatinge, •
Esq. D.L., of Woodsgift, co. Kilkenny, by Adelaide^
dau. of Col. Grogan, of Seafield. co. IJublin, and
has issue,

I. Gilbert Kennedy, b. 28 May, 1888.

I. Eva Josephine. .

II. Esm^ Georgina Ermyntrude.

Lineage. — Joseph Marshall, Esq. of Glenkeen, co,

Tyrone, 6. in the beginning of the 18th century; to. Miss-
Simpson, CO. Armagh, and had a son, Cornelius (Rev.) (father
of Rev. Joseph Marshall, of whom hereafter), and a dau.
Sarah, who d. s. p. 1850, having to. Matthieu Louis, Baron de
Prlgny de Qu^ricux (Admiral tern]}. Louis Philippe), who left,
by will in 1850, his estates in France to his wife's nephew,

The Rev. Joseph Marshall, of Baronne Court, J.P. for
King's CO. and for co. Tipperary, b. 1801 ; son of Rev. Corne-
lius Marshall (son of Joseph, of Glenkeen), by his wife Mar-
garet, dau. of Rev. John Brydge. He had two brothers, John
(Rev.), of Wark, Northumberland; Robert, m. Miss Swayne,
and d. leaving an only son, George Swayne, b. 1846, Lieut.-
Col. R.A. ; and one sister, Sophia Ward, m. Richard Bol-
ton, Esq. of Castle Ring, co. Louth. He m. in 1853, Sophia
Jane, dau. of Hugh Kennedy, Esq. of Cultra, D.L. co. Down,
and by her had issue,

I. William Kennedy, now of Baronne Court.

I. Josephine, m. 1875, Thomas Bernard Hackett, Esq. of
Riverstown, co. Tipperary, J. P., late Lieut.-Col. 'V.C. Royal'
Welsh Fu>iliers.

II. Georyina, m. 1st, 1877, William Grogan Graves, Esq. of
Cloghan Castle, King's co., by whom she had issue (see i
Graves of Cloghan Castle); 2ndly, 1891, James Kingston, i
Barton, Esq. of Greenhill, co. Kilkenny, J.P.

III. Sophia Margaret, m. 1884, A. R. Hutchinson, Esq.,R.M., .
of Kiltorkan, co. Kilitenny, late Major Royal Welshi- t
Fusiliers; and d. 18t:5, leaving issue, Muriel Eleanor I

Rev. Joseph Marshall d. 25 Dec. 18G5.

SeaJ— Baronne Court, Parsonstown. i


Maesham, Major Henry Savill, of Rippon
Hall, Hevingham, Norfolk, J.P. and D.L., Major
late King's Royal Rifle Corps, b. 19 Jan. 1847, m. 3
April, 1883,Cai'oline, dau. of the late Robert Blake
Humfrey, Esq. of Wroxham House, Norfolk, and
has issue,

I. Robert Henry Patrick, b. 9 May, 1884. . i

II. Arthur Frederic, 6. 10 Feb. 1886. j

I. Caroline Charlotte, b. 3 Feb. 1888. '

II. Margaret Anne, b. 9 June, 1890.

Lineage. — This ancient House derives its surname fron>
the town of Marsham, in Norfolk, in which co. it maintained
a prominent rank as far back as the reign of Henry I.
There remains, however, at present, no regular record of th»





iamily until the time of Edward I., when John De Marsham
was living at Marsham. His descendant,

John Mabsham, of Stratton Strawless, d. 1515, and left hy
his wife Ellyne, with a dau. Agnes,

I. Thomas, his heir.

II. John, ancestor of the Marshams, Earls of Romncy.

III. James, Sheriff of Norwich 1539, d. 1544.

The eldest son,

Thomas Marsham, Esq. of Stratton, who attained his
majority prior to the year 1508, left a son and successor,

Henry Marsham, Esq. of Stratton, who purchased, 1544, the
manor and advowson of Stratton Strawless. He 'iii. Rosa, dau.
of Thomas Aldrich, and d. 1573, leavingthree daus., Anne, m.
Henry Warne; Judith, m. Austen Slater; Margaret, d. 1634;
and two sons, d. s. p., with an eldest son, his heir,

Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, in. Margaret,
dau. of Thomas Branthwaite, of Norwich, and had i. Thomas,
m. 1st, Lucy, dau. of the Very Rev. Edmund Suckling, Dean of
Norwich, and by her had a dau. Agnes, d. 1619, and 2ndly,
Jane Rede, of Weston, co. Suffolk, who d. s. p. 1638 ; n. Miles,
m. Miss Annis, and had a dau. Constance; in. Robert, of
whom hereafter; i. Thomasine, m. Thomas Hancock; u.
Mary, m. George Roberts. The 3rd son,

Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, 6. 1591 ; m.
Anne, dau. cf John Noblett, of Semer, co. Suffolk, and had by
her (who d. 1665), with three daus. (Anne, ?)i. Thomas Bulwer,
of Buxton, and d. 1704; Margaret d. unm.; Elizabeth, m.
Thomas Scambler, of Herringham, co. Essex, and d. 1686),
three sons,

I. Thomas, d.s. p.lGSl.

II. William, m. Ellen, dau. of Samuel Harsnet, of Great
Fransham, co. Norfolk (who to. 2ndly, Sir Robert Drury,
Bart, of Reddleswith), and d. s. p. 1674.

in. Henrt, of whom hereafter.
Mr. Marsham rf. 1661. His 3rd son,

Hekrt Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless (eventually),
Jb. 1628 ; TO. 1st, Anne, dau. and heir of Charles Themilthorpe,
of AVorstead, who d. 1678, and 2ndly, Grace, dau. of Thomas
Bishop, of Hasely Hall, co. Suffolk (she m. 2ndly, John Corn-
wallis, of Wingfield College, and d. s. p. 1703). By his first
wife he had a dau. Margaret, d 1668, and two sons,

I. Heni-j', d. s. p. 1678, vita piatris.

II. Thomas, heir to his father.

JUr. Marsham d. 1692, and was s. by his son,

Tho.mas Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, who s. to
Wramplingham, m. Dorothy, dau. of Leonard Gooch, Esq. of
Earsham Hall, and by her (whoJ. 1750) had, with seven daus.
<1 Mary, m. T. Crosbold, of Norwich ; 2 Margaret, d. 1700 ;
3 Anna, d. 1781 ; 4 Philippa, to. P. Elwin, of Therning; 5
Elizabeth, d. 1773 ; 6 Ulargaretta, d. 1779; 7 Lucy, d. 1802),
two surviving sons,

I. Robert, of whom hereafter.

II. Leonard, d. s. p. 1746.

Mr. Marsham d. 1751, and was s. by his son,

Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, E.R.S., 6.
1708; TO. 1st, Mary, dau. of F. Browne, of Yaxham, and by her
<who d. 1752) had a son,

Robert, his heir.
He TO. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of A. Newby, of Stratton, and had
another son,

Thomas, who d. 1773, aged 15 years.
Mr. Marsham d. 1797, and was s. by his elder son,

Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, b. 18 Dec.
1749; High Sheriff 1801; m. 17 April, 1781, Sophia, 2nd dau.
of Edward Hase, Esq. of Sail, by whom (who d. 28 Nov. 1824)
he had issue,

Robert, his successor.

Edward (Rev.;, b. 1 April, 1787, Rector of Stratton Strawless ,
d. 10 Feb. 1869.

Henry (Rev.), 6. 1788; d. unm. 1815.

Sophia Virtue, of Thetford, b. 1784; d. 17 Nov. 1867.

Lucy, m. 14 May, 1818, Rev. John Edwards, of Hardingham,
Norfolk, and d. 1873.

Mr. Marsham d. 15 April, 1812, and was s. by his son,

Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1834, b. 24 June, 1783 ; to. 26 Aug. 1804,
Frances Anne, eldest dau. of John Custance, Esq. of Weston
House, and by her (who d. 20 March, 1874) had issue,

Stratton Robert John, J.P. and D.L., b. 1805 ; to. 20 Sept.
18-.8, Amelia Charlotte, eldest dau. and co-heir of the late
Matthew Richard Onslow, Esq., eldest son of Admiral Sir
Richard Onslow, Bart., and d. s. p. 10 Jan. 1S3S.
Charles \\ iljiam, 6. 30 Aug. 1814 ; to. 13 April, 1841, Emily
Louisa, 3rd dau. of Reginald George Macdonald, of Clan-
ranald, andd. vita patris 13 Dec. 1852, leaving by her (who

TO. 2ndly, Dec. 1856, Lieut.-Col. Hugh Fitzroy, 2nd son of
Lord Henry FitzRoy) one child, Charles Robert Marsham,
Esq., heir to his grandfather, late of Stratton Strawless.
Henry Philip (Rev.), of Rippon Hall, Hevingham, Norfolk,
Rector of Stratton Strawless, 1859-1872, J. P., b. 10 Jan
1817 ; ?n. 19 Sept. 1843, Caroline Savill, eldest dau. of Onley
Savin Onley, Esq. of Stisted Hall, Essex, and d. 9 March,
ls92, having by her, who d. 22 Aug. 1893, had issue,

I. Henrt Savill, of Rippon Hall.

II. Charles Alfred Onley, b. 18 June, 1849, m. 5 Jan. 1875,
Maiy Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the laie William Fox, Esq.
of Adbury, Hants. He assumed by royal licence, 21
May, 1891, the name and arms of Saville-Onley.

III. Frederic Savill, Capt. late King's Royal Rifle Corps, b.
5 April, 1853, m. 24 Aug. 1887, Bertha Alice, only dau. of
the late Colonel Cameron Hogge, Grenadier Guards, and
has issue,

Cameron Violet, &. 5 Sept. 1888.
I. Agnes Louisa, m. 7 May, 1874, the Rev. James Lee-
Warner, Rector of Beckley, Sussex.
Thomas John Gordon (Rev.), M.A., of Dereham. Norfolk,

J.P., b. 19 Sept. 1821.
George Augustus, of The Rookery, Thetford, J.P. and D.L.

for Norfolk and J.P. for Suffolk, late Major West Norfolk

Militia, 6. 6 Aug. 1824.
Frances Sophia Georgiana, m. 7 Sept. 1830, Rev. William

Arnold Walpole Keppel (now deceased), 3rd son of Frederick

Keppel, Esq. of Lexham Hall, Norfolk {see Burke's Peerage,

ALBE.MARLE, E.). She d. 7 June, 1883.
Agnes Sophia Katherine, m. 23 June, 1830, the late Sir Henry

Thomas Henry Estridge Durrant, 3rd Bart, of Scottow, and

d. 28 April, 1831.

Mr. Marsham d. "25 March, 1855, and was s. by his grandson,
Charles Robert Marsham, Esq. of Stratton Strawless, co.
Norfolk, 6. 17 Jan. 1853 ; 7ii. 1878, Florence Fanny, only dau.
of Charles Carey, Esq. of Dartmouth, co. Devon, Lieut. R.N.,
and d. s. p. 21 March, 1885, and was s. by his cousin, Henry
Savill Marsham, Esq. of Rippon Hall.

Arms — Arg., crusily fitchee sa. a lion passant gu. between
two bendlets az., each charged with three crosslcts or, quarter-
ing the arms of Themilthorpe. Crest — A lion's head erased
gii. charged with three crosslets fitchee or. J/oHo— Quod

5eai— Rippon Hall, Hevingham, Nurfolk.


Maesham, George, Esq. of Hayle Place, Kent,
and Heaclfort House, co. Leitrim, B.A., J.P. and
D.L. Kent, D.L. co. Leitrim, and High Sheriff
thereof 1878, b. 10 April, 1849.

Liineagre. — Bryan Jones, Esq. of the city of Dublin,
Auditor of War, descended from an ancient family in Wales,
had a grant of lands from King James 1. in 1622. He 7».
Elizabeth, dau. of Walter White, Esq. of Pitchfordstown, co.
Dublin, and had issue, Walter, his heir; Nicholas of the
city of Dublin; and Mary, to. Robert Aickin. Bryan Jones
d. 7 Nov. 1671, and was s. by his elder son,

Walter Jones, Esq. of Dublin, to. 13 Jan. 1661, Elizabeth,
only surviving child and heir of Rev. AVilliani Howard, alias
Hayward, ah'cisHayworth, of Dublin (descended from a family
of Hayworth, seated at Fazakerly and Burscough, in Lanca-
shire), and was s. at his decease, 1687, by his eldest surviving

Theophilus Jones, Esq., b. 2 Sept. 1666, sometime of Beal-
anamore, co. Dublin, and afterwards of Headfort, co. Leitrim.
He 7)1. 1692, Margaret, dau. of Nicholas Bolton, Esq. of Brazeel,
CO. Dublin, and widow of John Edkins, Esq. of Roper's Rest,
and was s. at his decease, 1736, by his son,

Walter Jones, Esq. of Headfort and of Dublin, m. 1722,
Olivia, elder dau. and co-heir of the Hon. Chidley Coote, of
Coote Hall, co. Roscommon, and granddau. of Richard, 1st
Lord Coloony, and had issue,

I. Theophilus, his heir.

I. Margaret, b. 21 March, 1724; vi. 22 March, 1754, Chidley
Morgan, Esq., 2nd son of Mark Anthony Morgan, Esq.,
M.P., and had issue.

II. Catherine, ?7^. 3 Jan. 1758, Sir Nicholas Barry, Bart.

III. Elizabeth, m. Edward Crofton, Esq.

IV. Frances, 7/1. Oct. 1760, Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Bligh, brother
to John, 1st Earl of Darnley.

The only son and successor.

The Right Hon. Theophilus Jones, of Headfort, a Privy
Councillor in Ireland, M.P. for co. Leitrim and afterwards for
Coleraine, m. 1st, 29 March, 1754, Lady Catherine Beresford,
dau. of Marcus, 1st Earl of Tyrone, and widow of Thomas
Christmas, Esq., by whom (who d. 28 March, 1763) he had





I. Walteb, his heir.

'I. Theophilus, of Bolton Eow, London, Vice-Admiral of the

Red, 6. Sept. 1760; d. uvm Nov. 18;i5.
in. James (Rev.), of Mernon Square, Dublin, Rector of

Urney, Diocese of Derry, m. 1st, Lydia, dau. of Theobald

Wolfe, Esq., and had by her (who d. in 1793) four sons and

two daus.,

1 Theopliilus, of Dublin, Barrister-at-Iaw.

2 Theobald, Capt. R.N., at one time M.P. co. London-

3 James (Rev.).

4 Walter, of Dublin, in. and had issue.

1 Elizabeth. 2 Catherine, d. rmm.

Eev. James Jones m. 2ndly, 1 Oct. 1796, Anne, dau. of Sir
Robert Blackwood, Bart, (by Dorcas his wife, Baroness
Dufferin and Claneboye), and relict of the Very Rev. John
Ryder, Dean of Lismore, son of John Ryder, D.D., Arch-
bishi']) of Tuam. Mr. Jones d. in 1835, and was bur. at
The Right Hon. Theophilus Jones m. 2ndly, 1768, Anne, dau.
of Col. John Murray, M.P. for Monaghan (by Mary his wife,
dau. of Sir Alexander Cairnes, Bart., and widow of Cad-
wallader. Lord Blayney), and had by her one son, Henry, who
d. young, and two daus., Maria, d. unm. and Anne, d. in
infancy. Mr. Jones d. 8 Dec. 1811, and was s. by his eldest

AValter Jones, Esq. of Bealanamore, co. Dublin, Headfort,
CO. Antrim, and Hayle Place, Kent, Col. Leitrim Militia,
and M.P. for Coleraine, h. 29 Dec. 1754; m. 8 Oct. 1805,
Katherine Penelope, dau. and co-heir of Rev. Lascelles
Iremonger, Vicar of Chadford, co. Southampton, and had five
daus., his co-heirs,

I. Maria Sophia, to. 1838, Henry Shovel Marsham, Admiral
R.N., son of Hon. and Rev. Jacob Marsham, and s. to
Headfort and Bealanamore ; they assumed the surname of
Jones. She d. s. p. 21 Dec. 1861 ; he d. 26 Oct. 1875.

II. Katherine Penelope, of Headfort and Bealanamore, d.
until., and was s. by her nephew, George Marsham.

III. Elizabeth Mabcia, m. 4 June, 1833, Rev. George
Frederick John Marsham, M.A., Rector of Allington, Maid-
stone, Kent (who was b. 2 June, 1806, and d. 29 Jan. 1852),
5th son of Hon. and Rev. Jacob Marsham, D.D., Canon of
Windsor, Prebendary of Rochester and Wells, and grandson
of Robert, 2nd Earl of Romney (see Burke's Peerage, Rou-
NEY, E.), and d. 20 April, 1849, leaving issue,

1 George Marsham, now of Hayle Place.

1 Catharine Elizabeth, m. 1st, 23 Jan. 1866, Rev. William
Gale Townley. of Beaupri^ Hall, Norfolk, who d. s. p. 4
Sept. 1869, and 2ndly, 11 May, 1880, Hon. Edward Ken-
yon, son of 2nd Baron of Kenyon.

2 Marcia Elizabeth Maria.

3 Frances Penelope, m. 20 June, 1876, Eev. Cloudcsley
Dewar Bullock Marsham, Vicar of Stoke Lyne and Cavers-
field, co. Oxford, 3rd son of Robert Bullock Marsham, Esq.,
D.C.L., Warden of Merton Coll. Oxford, and d. 9 Feb.
189 I, leaving issue,

1 Cloudesley Henry, b. 1879.

2 Francis William, b. 1883.

1 Jessie Catharine. 2 Constance Elizabeth.

4 Elizaneth Isabella Sophia, d. 1 Sept. 1883, unm.
rv. Sophiu, d. unm. Feb. 1890.

T. Anne, m. William Moore, Esq. of Wierton, and d. s. j>.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., a lion passant in bend
gu. between two bendlets az., for Marsham ; 2nd and 3rd gu.,
two lioncels rampant guardant or, armed and langued az., on a
quarter of the second a fret of the first, for Jones. Crest— A
lion's head erased gu. Motto— ison sibi scd patria;.

Seats — Hayle Place, Maidstone, Kent, and Headfort House,


Marten, George Nisbet, Esq. of Marshals
Wick, Herts, J. P. b. 20 June, 1840 ; m. 14 Nov.
1872, Anne Pring, eldest surviving dau. of John
Taylor, Esq. of 51, Cumberland Place, Hydo Park,
and has issue,

I. George Ernest, 6. 1877.

II. Francis Arthur.

I. Winifred.

II. Agnes Clara.

liineag'e. — The family derives from John Marten, Esq.
of Rowsham, co. Oxford, living 1555. He was father of John
Marten, of Rowsham, ni. Anne Howchins, andd. 1599, leaving
a son, John, of Rowsham, father, by Fredswed Comyns his
wife, of TnoMAS, of Rowsham and Radford, who m. Elizabeth
Loggan, of Idbury (of kin to William of Wykeham), and had a
son, John, of Lavington, who m. Mary Byroni, and dying
1718, left a son,

Thomas Marten, Esq. of Rowsham, to. Frances, dau. ofRer.
Francis Morley, D.D., Rector of Bishop's Waltham, and by her
had three sons, cf whom two d. unm. The only son who

George Marten, Esq. of Radford, co. Oxford, and Lime
House, Middlesex, m. 1750, Deborah, dau. of Hugh Bidwell,
Esq., and </. 1793, having had a son and heir,

GE3BGE SuLivAN Marten, Esq. of Radford, who sold that
estate, and purchased Marshals Wick, Herts. He m. 1st,
12 May, 1800, Jane, dau. of Charles Nevinson, Esq., and by
her (who d. 1809) had a dau., Jane, rii. 1833, Richard Edgell
Wyatt Edgell, Esq. of Milton Place, Surrey, and d. 1843, and
six sons, of whom the last two survivors were,

George Robert, his heir.
Thomas Pownet, i. his brother.

He m. 2ndly, 1811, Charlotte, dau. of Col. Tucker, and by her
had two sons and two daus.,

Francis, Rear- Admiral R.N., h. 1814.

Charles Tori n, b. 1815.

Henrietta, ?ii. 1849, Frederick Rodolph Blake, Esq., Lieut.-
Col. 33rd Regt., who d. 1855, having served in the Crimea.

Cecilia Mury.

Mr. Marten d. Jan. 1826, and was s. by his eldest son,

George Robert Marten, Esq. of Marshals Wick, co. Herts,

J.P. and D.L., b. 3 May, 1801 ; d. 17 June, 1878, and was s. by

his brother,
Thomas Pownet Marten, Esq. of Marshals Wick, J. P., 6.

1803; «. his brother 1876; late of the H.E.I. C. Civil Service;

m. 1837, Clara Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Parry Nisbet, Esq. of

Southbroome House, Wilts, and had issue,
I. George Nisbet, now of Marshals Wick.

I. Clara Jane, m. 1870, Rev. Henry Palmer, M.A., Rector of
Sullington, Pulborough, Sussex, and has issue, Henry, May,

II. Harriet. in. Marian Betha.
Mr. Marten d. 1889.

Arms — Sa., three oval buckles fessways, two and one, arg.
Crest — A martin sa. holding in the beak a bucide, as in the

SMt — Marshals W'ick, St. Alban's, Herts.


Martin, George Edward, Esq. of Ham Court,
CO. AVorcester, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1882,
Major Queen's Own AVorcestershire Yeomanry
Cavalry, Lord of the Manor of Upton, b. 11 Nov.
1829 ; 'm. 15 Oct. 1862, Maria Henrietta, dau. of
Benjamin Cherry, Esq. of larickeudon Grange, co.
Hertford, J.P. and D.L. for Herts, by Charlotte
Cassandra his wife, dau. of Eight Eev. H. PhiU-
potts. Bishop

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