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MiDDLEMOEE, Thomas, o£ Hawkesley, King's
Norton, co. Worcester, B.A. Lond. ; b. 11 Feb.
1842, m. 11 Oct. 1881, Tlieodosia Anderson, daiu
of Hugh Mackay, of Sandwood and Kinloclibervie
House, CO. Sutherland, J. P.

Liineag-e.— This family claims to be a branch of the-
Middlemores of Huwktslowe descended from John Middle-
more of Studley and Solihull, co. Warwick, temp. Edward 111.

Robert Middlemore, engaged in trade in Birmingham,
and was buried at Edgbaston in 1706. He m. in 1722,
Barbara Justice Amaronger of Birmingham by whom he
had with several other children who d. young, a son Richard
who settled at Walsall, and d. in 1804, a dau. Elizabeth, who
m. William Lewin, of Birmingham, and d. ia 1830, and an
eldest son,

George Middlemore, who was bapt. at St. Peter's Roman
Catholic Church, Birmingham, in 1723, and settled at Walsall.
He m. Sarah Meekin, and had (with other female issue) a son,
Robert, who d. in 1832, a dau., Barbara, bapt. at Walsall,
1756, d. young; and an elder son,

John Middlemore, who was bapt. at Walsall in 1752,
and settled at Stratford-on-.Vvon. He m. by licence at King's
Norton, in 1777, Mary, dau. of Richard Middlemore of
Hawke.sley, and by her had, with other issue, an eldest son,

Richard Middlemore, of The Davids, Northfield, co. Wor-
cester, b. 1778. He in. Elizabeth, dau. of James Mucklow,,
and l»y her had issue,

I. George, b. 1800; d. young.

II. William, of whom hereafter.

III. Richard, of Birmingham, F.R.C.S., 6. 1804; d. 1891.

IV. James, of Selly Uak, 6. 1807, m. Sarah, dau. of Thomas
Groom, but d. s. p. 1891.

Richard Middlemore, the father, </. 1841. His eldest surviving
son was

AVilliam Middlemore, of Hawkesley, J.P. for the borough
of Birmingham, h. 1802; m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Groom, of
Edgbaston ; d. 1887, leaving issue.
Richard, b. 1839: d. 1890.
James, b. 1840.
Thomas, of whom above.

JohnThrogmorton, of Brookfield, Belbroughton. Stourbridge,
J. P., 6. 1844; in. 1st, Marian, dau. of Richard BagnaU,
J. P., CO. Worcester, and 2ndly. Mary. dau. of the Rev^
Thomas Price, now Vicar of Claverdon, by whom he has
Samuel Georse Chetwynd, b. 1848; m. Maria Trinita, dau.

of Henry Parliman Sturgis, d. s. p. 1890.
Elizabeth, r,t. Thmias Saunders Bartleet, by whom she baa

Jicsidtnce—Coleshill Lodge, Sutton Coldfield.


MiDDELTOx, Charles Maemadcee, Esq. of
Stockeld Park and Myddelton Lodge, co. York,
J.P. and D.L. for the W. Riding, for co. Inverness,
and for Somerset, b. 6 Dec. 1820 ; tn. 28 July, 1858,
Helen, dau. of Col. Fraser, of Achnagairn and
relict of George Huntly Duff, Esq. of Muirtown,
CO. Inverness, and has issue.





, I. Mabmadcke Francis, b. 3 May, 1867.
i II. Reginald John, b. 21 Feb. 1870.

lu. Lionel George, 6. 8 Jan. 1872.

1. Hilda Maiy, b. 26 May, 1363.

Iiineag'e.— The Middeltons of Stockeld are a very ancient
family, whose descent is recorded in Whitakee's Hislor;/ of
Craven. The pedigree commence.^ anterior to Edward I., Sir
Adam de Middelton, whoso effigy in stone remains in llkley
Church, having been bur. there 5 Edward II. Amongst
other alliances of the Middelton family may be mentioned Sir
Peter, who in. a dau. of Sir Robert Plompton ; Sir Nicholas,
, who m. a dau. of Lord Scrope, of Bolton; Sir William, who
»>j. a dau. of Lord Dudley ; another Sir Peter, who m. a dau. of
David Ingleby, of Ripley, by his wife, one of the daus and co-
heirs of Charles, Earl of Westmorland, attainted for the rising
in the North temp. 2 Elizabeth; the son of this Sir Peter,
who m. Catherine, dau. of Henry Constable, Lord Viscount
Dunbar, and their grandson, Peter, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Lord Langdale, of Holme.

William Haggerston Constable, Esq. (2nd son of William
Haggerston Constable, Esq. of Everingham, co. York, by the
Lady W'inifred Maxwell, of Nithsdale, his wife, and grandson
of Sir Carnaby Haggerston, Bart., by Elizabeth his wife, dau.
and eventual heir of Peter Middeltok, Esq. of Stockeld, co.
York, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Marmaduke, 3rd Lord
Langdale), assumed the surname of Middelton upon succeed-
ing to Stockeld under the will of his great-uncle, William
Middelton, Esq. He m. Feb. 1782, Clara Louisa, dau. of
■William Grace, Esq. (grandfather of Sir William Grace, 2nd
Bart.), by Mary his wife, dau. and heir of Richard Harford,
Esq. of Marshfield, co. Dublin, and by her (who d. 1833) had

Peter, of Stockeld.

Francis, m. Frances, dau. and heir of James Taylor, Esq. of
CO. Lancaster.

Barbara Clara, m. Auguste Frederick Hyppolito, Vicomte de
Cuissy, in France.
The son and heir,

Peter Middelton, Esq, of Stockeld Park, b. 1786 ; .f. his
father 16 Dec. 1S47; m. 23 July, 1812, the Hon. Juliana
Stourton, dau. of Charles Philip, lEth Lord Stourton, and by
her (who d. 27 Not. 1861) had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Charles Marmaduke, heir to his brother.

. III. John, of Myddelton Lodge, J. P. West Riding, late Major

5th R. Lancashire Militia, i<. 1818.
' IV. Edward, )H. Emily, dau. of AUred Power, Esq. of Belle-
vue House, co. Watcrford.
I. Mary.

n. Juliana, m. 23 July, 1S40, the Hon. Henry Constable Max-
well Stuart, of Traquair, J.P. and D.L., brother of William,
1st Lord Herries, and ha.s issue. '

III. Apollonia. iv. Mary Annie.

V. Charlotte, m. |1853, George William Manley, Esq. of
Spofforth Hall, co. York, and Buckland Manor, co. Somer-
set, J. P., and has issue.

VI. Catherine, vi. 1841), John Blundell, Esq. of Crook Uall,
CO. Lancaster, J. P., and has issue.

VII. Frances.

Mr. Middelton d. 3 June, 1866. His eldest son,

William Mlddelton, Esq. of Myddelton [Lodge, J.P., b.

11 Feb. 1815; s. his father 1866; and d. s. y. 26 Feb. 1885, when

lie was s. by his brother.
Arms — Arg., fretty sa., a canton of the second. Crest — A

garb or, between two wings erect arg. il/oJta^Regardez mou

Seats — Stockeld Park, near Wetherby ; and Myddelton Lodge,

near llkley, Yorks.


MiDDLETON, Arthur Thomson, Esq. of Tort-
ington House, co. Sussex, J.P. co. West Sussex, is
a Major (retired), late 13tli Hussars, b. 25 Sept.
1848, m. 8 Jan. 1885, Edith, dau. of the late
James Tyrrell, Esq. of Auchergreagb, co. Long-
ford, and Merrion Square, Dublin, and has issue,

I. Rupert Charles Godfret, b. 28 Oct. 1891.

1. Gladys. ii. Winifred.

III. Dorothy.

Iiineagre.— Charles Middleton, Esq., m. 1804, Alice, dau.
of T. Blunderfield, Esq. of Hales Hall, co. Norfolk, and d.
1850, leaving by her (who d. 1830) a son and heir,

Georc.e Middleton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., m. 1846, Maria,
dau. of James Thomson, Esq. of Glendowan, co. Lanark, and
Moray Place, Edinburgh, and d. 1871, leaving Issue,

I. Arthur Thomson, now of Tortington.

II. William, )u. 30 Oct. 1838, Winifred Mary, youngest dan.
of Edward George, 1st Lord Howard of Glossop, and grand-
dau. of 13th Duke of Norfolk, and has issue, Wiaifred Mary
Angela, b. 1891.

III. Henry, m. 1872, Selmira, dau. of Don Santiago Sarria,
and has issue.

IV. Lewis.

V. Herbert, m. 1889, Margaret, dan. of Gavin Jones, Esq.

I. Alice, V). 1868, Frcdeiick Greenfield, Esq., and d. 1870,
leaving issue. ii. Catherine.

III. Etliel, m. 1886, Rev. Alfred Crawford.

IV. Florence.

Residence — Tortington House, Arundel, Sussex.


ford Peverell, Dorset, Barrister-at-Law, J.P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1857, I. 1809 ; m. 1834, Mary
Ann, dau. of Eev. Charles Barton, of Eownharas,
Hants, and by her (who d. 1866) has, with other
issue, a son,

Hastings Burton (of Midanbury, Hants), J.P. and Chair-
man of Quarter Sessions, co. Dorset, Hon. Major, Dorset
Y'eo. Cav., 6. 1839; m. 1873, Charlotte Lucia, eldest dau. of
Rev. Charles 0. Goodford, D.D. of Chilton Cantelo,
Provost of Eton College, and has issue, 1 Hastings
Charles, 6. 1875 ; 2 Frank, 6. 1877.

Mr. Middleton is eldest son of Hastings Nathaniel
Middleton, Esq. of Townhill, Hants (who d. 1821),
by Emilia his wife, dau. of Charles Purling, Esq.,

Arms — Arg., fretty sa., a canton of the second. Crest — A
garb or, between two wings erect sa.
■Seat —Bradford Peverell, near Dorchester.
CIv.b — Athenseum.


Mikes, Henet Nathaniel, Esq. of Ynyspen-
llwch, CO. Grlamorgan, J.P. for that co. and co.
Brecknock, h. 6 Sept. 1848 ; m. 12 Feb. 1870, Lydia
Kate, dau. of John Miles Probyn, Esq., and haa

I. Richard Henry Probtn, b. 12 June, 1873.

II. Harrold Gwyn Bonner, b. 12 Sept. 1874.

III. Capel Leonard, b. 21 May, 1882.

I. Sybil Hill, 6. 7 Oct. 1872.

II. Ella Linda May, b. 7 Jan. 1877 (deceased).

III. Vera Eileen, b. 11 Oct. 1880.

IV. Beryl de la Mere, 6. 6 Jan. 1888.

Zjineagre — This family is descended from Meres, Mearesor
Mieres, of the cos. Lincoln and Chester. Robert de la Mere
was Lord of the Manor of Mere, 1176 ; his son William, 1240,
was nephew of Sir Hugh Venables, of Kinderton. It is re-
corded in the Heralds' Visitation of 1634, which gives the
pedigree, and also in the Harl. MS., British Museum, 5801, fol.
33, that Sir Thomas Meres was knighted at Whitehall, 11 June,
1660, and was M.P. for the city of Lincoln from 1651 to 1658.
The younger branch settled in Essex about the year 1700. In
1723, Nathaniel Miers was Lord of the Manor of Barstable,
Essex, and of Mitcham, Surrey. About 1780, the family settled
in Glamorgan.

John Nathaniel Miers, Esq. of Y'nyspenllwch and Cadoxton
Lodge, Neath, High Sheriff co. Glamorgan, 1808, son of Nath-
aniel Miers, m. Mary, dau. of Richard Hill; Esq. ef Court-y-
ralla, and d. 1824, leaving issue,

Richard Hill Miers, Esq. of Ynyspenllwch, High Sheriff co.
Glamorgan, 1846; m. 1829, Elizabeth Jane, dau.of JohnBonnor,
Esq. of Brynygwalia, co. Denbigh, and by her (who d. 1869)
had issue,

I. Richard Hanbuiy, in. Elizabeth Ann, dau. of George
Penrose, Esq. of C!yn-y-bont, Neath, South Wales, and d.
17 May, 1870, leaving i>sue, 1 Reginald Hanburt ; 2 Percy
Penrose; 1 Gwladys Gwendoline; 2 Muriel Mawde.

II. John Anthony, late of the 11th Regt., d. unm. 2 July,

III. Capel Henry, of Ciinant, co. Glamorgan, Col. 79th High-
landers, b. 1841 ; m. 1871, Mary Anne Louisa, dau. of Capt.
Robert Douglas Macdonald, of Inchkenneth,co. Argyll, and
has (with two other sons and two daus.) Douglas Nathaniel
Carleton Capel, 6. 1875.





IV. Bobert Bonnor, d. 1860.

V. Henry Nathaniel, now of Ynyspcnllwcli.

I. Jane Mary, m. 1st, Walter Jones Williams, Esq. of Coity
3Iawr, CO. Brecknock, and had issue, ihrce sons and three
daus. ; 2ndly, Col. William Bridgwater.

II. Mary HiU, m. 1st, Herbert Lloyd, Esq. of Danyrallt, co.
Carmarthen, and had issue, a dau., and 2ndly, Charles
3Ior,E;an, Esq. of Bronllys Castle, co. Brecon, Capt. 23rd
Koyal Welsh Fusiliera.

Mr. Miers d. 20 May, 1855.

Aj-ms — Gu., a fesse erm. between three water bou?rets arg.
Ct-est— A ■plume of peacock's feathers ppr. encircled with a ring
or. Motto — Virtus est vitium fugere.

Seat — Ynysponllwch, Swansea, co. Glamorgan.


MiLBUEN, William, Esq. of Wardrcw, co.
Iforth umber] and, and of Rosedale Abbey, co. York,
b. 1826 ; m. 1850, Mary, dau. of John Davison, of
JBljth, Northumberland, and has issue,

I. John Davison, 6. 1851 ; m. 1876, Clara Georgiana, duu.

of the lateW. C. Stamp, of Tulse Hill, Surrey.
u. William, m. Edith Jane, dau. of 11. Hewlias, of St. Ives,


III. Charles Thomas.

IV. Frederick.

I. Mary Watson, m. James S. Clark, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

II. Catherine, m. John H. Hancock, of Newcastl«-on-Tyne.

Liiueag'e. — In 1228, a William de Meleeubn was Vicar
of Irthington, in East Cumberland. In Dr. Charlton's
'•North Tynedalc, and its Four Graynes, or Historical
Evidences of North Tynedale and its Families," occurs the
following paragraph, "The Swinburnes held the lands at
ChoUerton which they now possess ; the Charltons owned the
lands at Hesleyside, but still resided at their old family seat
at Charlton on the opposite side of the river ; the Robsons
and Dodds are frequently mentioned, but of the Milburns we
hardly find a trace, though a Milbum is mentioned as residing
at Longhorsley in 1322. These are the Four Graynes or clans,
which ruled in North Tynedale three centuries later."

Thomas Milbuhn, of Bellingham, oa North Tyne, m. and
had a son,

Thomas Milbdbn, who, by his wife, Mary Lawson, was
father of

George Milburn, Esq. of Newsham, Northumberland, who
yd. Mary, dau. of Stephen Watson, of Ashington, Northum-
lierlanJ, and had a son,

William, now of Wardrew and Kosedale Abbey.

Seats — Wardrew, Gilsland, near Carlisle; and Rcsedale
Abbey, Pickering.

Jiesidenee — 6, I'enham TeiTace, Ncwcastle-on-T}-!!^


St. John-Mildmay, Eea*. Chaeles Aeitndell,
M.A., of Hazlegrore, CO. Somerset, formerly Rector
of Denton, Harleston, Norfolk, b. 21 June, 1820 ;
m. 17 Jan. 1854, Harriet Louisa, youngest dau. (by
his wife Charlotte, dau. of George, 3rd Earl of
Dartmouth), of the Hon. and Yery Eev. GJ-. Neville
Grenville, late Dean of Windsor, and has issue,

I. Wynbham Paulet, late Eifle Brigade, 6. 21 Jan. 1855 ;
rn. 27 July, 1889, Hon. Alice Hamilton, eldest dau. of
Viscount Boyne.

II. George, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 24 Feb. 1856.

III. Arundell Glastonbury (Kev.), Vicar of Hartley Wintney,
6. 25 Fob. 1859.

IV. Walter Hervey, 6. 19 April, 1860.

V. Paulet Bertram, b. 27 June, 1862, m. 1893, Selina Jane,
youngest dau. of late Eev. Evelyn Harcourt^ Vernon,

VI. Aubrey Neville (Kev.), B.A., b. 14 Feb. 18G5.

VII. Humphrey, b. 28 July, 1868, d. 22 May, 1872.

I. Charlotte Agnes, d. 9 March. 1882.

II. Isabel Emily, m. 19 Oct. 1892, Gerald Anthony St. .Tohn-
Mildmay, Esq., 2nd son of Sir Henry St. John-Mildmay,
Kart- III. Meriel Harriet.

liineag-e.— Patoet St. John Mildmat, Esq. M.P., 2nd
son of Sir Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay, 3rd Bart., m. 12
March, 1813, Anna Maria Wyndham, youngest dau. of the
Hon. Bartholomew Bouverie, and by her (who d. 11 Dec. 1864)
had issue,

I. Paclet Henet, his heir,

II. Hervet George, of whom hereafter.

IK. Charles Arhndell (Kev.), now of Hazlogrove,
IV. Everard, d. imm. 29 Sept. 1887.

I. Anna Maria Jane, m. 18 June, 1852, the Hon. and Rev.
Aubrey Spring Bice, 4th son of Lord Monteagle, and d. 3
June, 1872.

II. Charlotte.

III. Emily Jane, d. 7 April, 1867.

Mr. Mildmay d. 19 May, 1845. Mis eldest son,

Paulet Henry St. John Mildmat, Esq. of Hazlogrove, b.
26 Oct. 1814, in. 13 Nov. 1849, Caroline Adela Catherine
Valentine, dau. of Eowland and Lady Lucy Standish, and d.
16 April, 1858, and was s. by his brother,

Hertet George St. John Mildmat, Esq. of Hazelgrove
House, CO. Somerset, Capt. K.N., h. 19 April, 1817, in. 1st, 22
Feb. 1859, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Charles Viscount
Eversley, and had by her (who d. 23 Dec. 1867) a dau..
Florence Wyndham, m. Eev. Carleton Eashleigh, and has
issue, Ethel Emma and Muriel; he in. 2ndly, 14 July, 1875,
Augusta Frances, eldest dau. of Eev. Eichard Seymour,
Canon of Worcester, and Eector of Kinwarton, and d. 21
May, 1882, and was s. by his brother, the Eev. Charles
Abundell St. John Mildmat, now of Hazlegrove.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st aud 4th, arg. three lions rampant
az., armed and langued gu., for Mildmat ; '2nd and 3rd, arg.,
on a chief gu. two mullets or. Crest — A lion rampant guardant
az. armed and langued gu.

5fC!t— Hazlegrove, Sparkforth, Bath.

C/«i— United Univereity, S.W.


Mildmay, Heney Bingham, Esq. of Shoreham
Place, Kent, and Flete, Devon, J.P. and D.L., High
SherifE 1886, and J.P. co. Kent, b. 19 June, 1828;
m. 24 July, 1860, Gcorgiana Frances, 2nd dau. of
John Crocker Bulteel, Esq. of Flete, Devon, by
Lady Elizabeth Grey his wife, dau. of Charles, 2nd
Earl Grey, K.G., and had issue,

I. Francis Bingham, il.P. for Totnes Division of South
DevoH, B.A. Camb., 6. 26 April, 1861.

II. John, 6. 24 April, 1868. in. Alfred, h. 10 Aug. 1871.
IV. Alexander Eichard, Lieut. Hampshire Eegt., b. 5 March,


I. Helen Georgiana, d. 16 July, 1371.

II. Beatrice, b. 11 Aug. 1876.

liineage. — Hdmphbet St. .John Mildmat, Esq., 5th eon
of Sir Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay, 3rd Bart, of Dogmers-
field Park, Hants, m. 1st, 23 Sept. 1823, Hon. Anne Eugenia
Baring, eldest dau. of Alexander, 1st Lord Ashburton, and by
her (who d. 1839) had issue,

Humphrey Francis, M.P. for co. Hereford, 6. 25 Dec. 1825 ;
m. June, 1861, Sybella Harriot, eldest dau. of George Clivo,
Esq. of Perrystone, co. Hereford, and d. 29 Nov. 1866. His
\vidow m. 2ndly, 10 June, 1869, George William, 4th Lord
Henry Bingham, now of Shoreham Place.
He fn. 2ndly, 20 Sept. 1843, Marianne Frances, dau. of
Granville Harcourt Vernon, Esq. M.P., and by her had three

Lucy Frances Jane, in. Sept. 1868, late Capt. James Eichard
Thomas Lane Fox, Grenadier Guards, of Bramham, co. York.

Emily Mary.

Alice Catherine, vt. 23 Oct. 1873, Hon. Henry Heywood Moly-
neux, Capt. E.N., son of 3rd Earl of Sefton.

Mr. Mildmay d. 9 Aug. 1853.

.4rms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th arg., three lions rampant az.,
armed and langued gu., for Mildmat ; 2nd and 3rd arg., on a
chief gu. two mullets or. Crest — A lion rampant guardant az.,
armed and langued gu. Motto — Alia ta Hara.

Seo.ts — Shoreham Place, Sevenoaks, Kent, and Flete, Ivy
Bridge, Devon. lUsidence—W, Berkeley Square, W.


Miles, Philip Napiee, Esq. of Kings Weston,
CO. Gloucester, J.P., b. 1865, s. his father 1 Oct.

Lineage. — This family was originally settled at LedbuiT',
CO. Hereford, whence

William Miles proceeded in early life to Jamaica, where,
in a short time, he acquired sufiBcient opulence to enable him





to return to England and to settle as a merchant at Bristol.
By Ann Barrow his wife, he was fatlicr of

Philip John Miles, Esq. of Leigh Court, co. Somerset, and
Kings Weston, co. Gloucester, who continued the commercial
tnisiness, and was M.P. for Bristol. He m. 1st, 1795, Maria,
liau. of the Very Rev. Arthur Whctham, Dean of Lismore, and
by her (who rf. 20 July, 1811) he had issue,

William (Sib), of Leigh Court, created a Baronet 19 April,
lS;i9 (jfe Burke's Peeraac and Barunttage).

Sarah Agatha, m. 1828, John Ogle, Esq., eldest son of Rev.
John Saville Ogle, of Kirkley Hall, Northumberland, and is

Elizabeth, m. Rev. Henry Lloyd (deceased).

MiUicent, m. Rev. Henry Mirehouse (deceased).
Mr. Miles m. 2ndly, 11 May, 1813, Clarissa, dau. of Samnel
Teach Peach, Esq. of Tockington, co. Gloucester, and by her
(who d. 21 June, 1868) had issue,

Philip William Sktnner, of whom presently.

John William, of Undcrdown, co. Hereford, J. P. and P.L.,
sometime M.P. for Bristol, b. 1817 ; d. unm. 5 Nov. 1878.

Robert Henry William (iiev.), of The Priory, co. Cardigan,
Rector of Bingham and Prebendary of Lincoln, m. Mary,
dau. of Rev. J. J. Cleaver-Peach, of Tockington, and had

George Frederick William, of Llangattock Park, Crick-
howell, J. P. for Somerset and Dorset, High Sheriff 1858,
and J. P. and D.L. co. Brecon, b. 18'20; in. 11 June, 1851,
.A.nna Augusta, 3rd dau. of Albany Savile, Esq. of Oaklands,
Devon, and d. 1886.

Charles William, of Burton Hill, Malmtsbury, Wilts, M.P.
1882-85, J. P., High Sheriff lt>56. High Steward of Malmes-
bury, and late Col. Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, 6. 21 Feb.
1823; TO. 1853, Maria Susanna, dau. of Jere Hill, Esq. of
llenbury, and d. 4 Oct. 1892, leaving, issue, 1 Charles
Napier, Capt. 1st Life Guards, J. P., of Burton Hill House,
Malmesbury, b. 9 April, 1854, m. 1880, Emily Georgina,
dau. of John W. Gooch Spicer, Esq. of Spye Park, Wilts;
2 Audley Charles, 6. 1856 ; m. 1884, Eveline Frances, dau. of
Sir John Cradock Hartropp, Bart., and has Thomas Gordon
Audley, 6. 24 March, 1885 ; Charles Henry Audley, 6. 19
Oct. 1887 ; Geoffrey John Audley, h. 1 890 ; Dorothy Georgina,
</. 14 June, 1886 ; and Marjory; and 3 Vyvyan Charles, b.
1857; and three daus., 1 Georgina Isabella, d, 1852; 2
Clarissa Frances ; and 3 Mary Agaranthe.

Edward Peach William, of Shirehampton, Bristol, and
Stainsbridge House, Malmesbury, J. P. co. Gloucester, b. 28
Dec. 1829; to. 1st, 20 June, 1854,^01ivia Caroline, 3rd dau.
of William Cave, Esq. of Brentry, co. Gloucester, and by
her (who d. 1870) had issue, 1 Frederick Tremayne, J. P.
eo. Salop, late Capt. 18th Hussars, b. 22 March, 1855; m.
1883, Anne Coralia, dau. of Thomas Sellar, Esq. of Hall
• irove, Bagshot, and has issue, Edward William Tremayne,
f/. Jan. 18B4; 2 Archibald Edward, Capt. late King's Royal
llifles, 6. 13 March, 1856; m. 20 Jan. 1886, Agatha Marj',
dau. of William Henry Miles, Esq. of Ham Green, Bristol
'She d. 1887); and 1 Olivia Beatrice Adelaide, b. 28F'eb. 1862.
He TO. 2ndly, 21 Nov. 1884, Annie, dau. of Gen. Conyngham,
and d. 1889.

Henry Cruger William, b. 1832.
Clarissa Phillippa.

Ellen Octavia, m. 1848, J. T. Oswald, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
iJunnikier, co. Fife.
.Sybilla Mary, to. 1856, Capt. Audley Mervyn Archdall, R.A.,

of Underdown, co. Hereford, and d. 24 Dec. 1889.
Marianne Adelaide, m. Gen. Sir Patrick Macdougall

Mr. Miles d. 24 March, 1845, aged 72 years. His eldest son,
by his second wife,

Philip William Skynner Miles, Esq. of Kings Weston,
J.P. and D.L., HighSheriff 1S63, M.P. for Bristol 1837-52; m.
21 Dec. 1846, Pamela Adelaide, dau. of Gen. Sir William
Francis Patrick Napier, K.C.B., and d. 1 Oct. 1881, having had
issue, an only son,

Philip Napieb, Esq., now of Kings Weston.

jlrms — Az., a chevron paly of six erm. .and or, between three
lozenges arg. each charged with a ticur-dc-lis sa. Ci-eat^K
dexter arm embowed in armour ppr. ganiished or, suppporting
with the hand an anchor, also ppr.

Heat — Kings Weston, near Bristol.


Miles, Eogee, Esq. of Kejham Hall, co.
Leicester, J.P., h. 1850 ; m. 15 July, 1874, Char-
lotte, dau. of J. N. Westaway, Esq. of St. Heliers,
J crsey.

Liineagre. — The pedigree of this old Leicestershire family
is given in Nichol's History of Leicestershire, and commences

Richard Miles, living in the 16th century, had issue three
eons: Francis, who d. in 1626; Thoma.s, living 1633; and,

Ralph Miles, who by Mary his wife, was father of

Ralph Miles, who m. Mary Stevenson, and d. in 1689,
leaving issue four sons; Robert, Ralph, George, and

William Miles, who m. Elizabeth Ward, and d. in 1714,
leaving issue three sons ; Joseph, Thomas, and

Samuel Miles, who m. Mary, dau. of John Pares, of
Leicester (she d. 1759) and d. in 1762. His son,

John Miles, in. Elizabeth, dau. (if John Hickman, of
Tinkwood, eo. Chester, and rf. in 1773, leaving issue, with a
son, George Hickman, who d. young, a son and heir,

Samuel Miles, of Leicester, who to. Justina, dau. of
Roger Dutton, of co. Chester, and d. in 1798, having ha J

I. John, LL.B., of Willoughby Waterless, co. Leicester,
m. Eleanor, dau. of Thomas Lomas, of Leicester, and had

1 Samuel Thomas.

2 John Henry, m. Jane Burnet Stewart, and had two daus.,
Agnes and Elizabeth.

3 Itev. Lomas, M.A. Queen's Coll. Oxford, Rector o£
Willoughby, Waterless, and of Coreley, Salop, b. 1811 ; rf..
23 March, 1875 ; m. a dau. of Wniiam Moore, Esq. of
Kirby, and had, with other issue,

Edward, M.A. Trin. Coll., Oxford, of Leicester, Solicitor,
and Eleanor, in. 1876, Rev. James Barclay Joyce, M.A.,
Rector of Coreley, Salop.

4 Edward Pares, b. 1819; m. Elizabeth Allan, and had
issue, Edward Lomas, of Great Wigston, and Edith.

5 Ralph.

II. George, 6. 18 Jan. 1775.

III. Samuel, F.S.A., 6. 19 June, 1776.

IV. Roger.

v. Thomas, b. 1781 ; d. Feb. 1788.
VI. Thomas, of whom we treat.

I. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Clement Leigh, M.A. , Rector of Ncw-

II. Anne. iii. Justina, b. 1778; d. July, 1779.
IV. Mary, d. Sept. 1792.

The 6th son,

Tho.mas Miles, of Leicester, to. Esther Dutton, and haj

I. Roger Dctton, of whom presently.

II. Thomas, of Thurnby Grange, co. Leicester.
The eldest son,

Roger Dutton Miles, of Keyham Hall, co. Leicester; b.
1818; m. 1st, Elizabeth Mary Anne, dan. of William Tailby,
Esq. of Humbcrstone, and 2ndly, Sarah Maria Lund (who m.
2ndly, 11 Dec. 1882, Charles Thomas Davies, Esq.) by his l.'^t
wife he had issue, with three daus., two sons,

I. Roger, now of Keyham Hall.

II. William Frederic of Keyham, m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Richard J. Strong, Esq.

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