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and had issue,

Thomas Eichabd, his heir.

William Huntley, b. 13 June, 1823; married.

Clara Mary Anne, m. 27 May, 1847, Eev. William Huntley

Skrine, M.A.
Anne Harriett, m. 17 May, 1853, Sholto James Dougla.'i, Es(i.

(who d. 10 June, 1868), 2nd son of Gen. Sir James Douglas,

G.C.B., and ha£ issue.
Susan Caroline, m. 3 Aug. 1843, Henry Duncan Skrine, Esq.

of Stubbings House, Berks, and of Warley, Somerset, J.l".

and D.L.
Julia Jane, m. 3 Sept. 1853, Theodore Thring, Esq., of Alford,

CO. Somerset, J.P. and D.L., Barrister-at-Law.
Catharine Mary, m. 30 May, 1854, George James Edward

BrowTi, Esq. of Tostock Place, Suffolk, who d. 1857.
Elizabeth Georgina, m. 11 Au^. 1863, Eev. Henry Keywortil

Creed, Eector of Chedburgh, Suffolk.





He d. 1S65, and was s. by his eldest son,

Thomas Richard Mills, Esq. of Saxbam Hall, Suffolk,
High SheriEf IST). Lieut. Dragoon Guards, 6. 4 March, ISlS;
VI. 31 May, 1S4.3, Emily, only dau. of Hon. Samuel Hall,
Seigneur of Chambly, Canada, and by her (who is deceased)
had issue,

I. William, b. 30 April, 1814; d. unvi. 1S82.

II. Thomas Uiohard, now of Saxham Hall.
I. Emily Matilda.

Mr. Mills d. 1S84, and was s. by his son, the present Tiio.mas
UicHARD Mills, Esq. of Saxham Hall,

.■<)-)/i.s— Erm., a fer-de-moline sa. Crest — A Uon rampant or.
Jl/o(;o— Confido.
<S«if— Saxham Hall, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk.


MiLXK-HoME, Col. David, of Wcdderburn, Pax-
ton, and Billie, co. Berwick, J.P. and D.L., B.A., Col.
late Com.Eoval Horse Guards Blue, now Com. 11th
Eegtl. Dist.,*M.P. for Berwick-on-Tweed 1874-80,
and 1S80-1S85, b. 20 Sept. 1838 ; m. 1st, Aug. 1867,
Jane, dau. of Sir Thomas Buchan-IIepburn, Bart,
of Smeaton, co. Haddington, and by her (who d.
26 Dec. 1881) has issue,

I. David William, b. 30 April, IS?.".

II. Thomas Patrick, b. 11 July, 1874.
in. John Hepburn, 6. 19 Oct. 1876.

IV. Archibald Charles, 6. 19 Dec. 1881.

I. Helen Agnes. ii. Jean Mary.

III. Amy Margaret. iv. Sydney Grace.

Col. Milne-Home m. 2ndly, 1889, Mary Pamela,
eldest dau. of Charles David Cunyngliam Ellis,
Esq., late Major 60tli Rifles, and has further issue,
V. Charles Alexander, b. 25 April, 1891.

Lineage. — David Milne, Esq. of Campie, Musselburgh,
CO. Midlothian, Merchant of Edinburgh, son of Peter Milne, of
ifuspclburgh, b. 1735; m. 23 May, 1761, Susan, dau. of Kobert
Verncr, of Musselburgh, and d. 4 June, 1818, leaving issue,

I. David (Sir), of whom hereafter.

II. Thomas, 6. 1766, d. unm. 7 Dec. 1809.

Sir David Milne, of Milne Graden, G.C.B., K.S.I.,K.W.M.,
Admiral R.N., a very distinguished naval commander, second
in command in Lord Exmouth's expedition against Algiers. |
He was J.P. and D.L for co. Berwick, and for a short time
:^LP. for Berwick-on-Tweed. He was b. 25 May, 1763, and m.
1st, 16 April, 1804, Grace, dau. of Sir Alexander Purves,
Bart., and by her (who d. 14 Oct. 1814) had issue,

David Milne Home, of Milne Graden.

Sir Alexander >Hlne, G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet, created a
Bart. (See Burke's Peerage).
Admiral Sir David Milne m. 2ndly, 19 .Sept. 1819, Agnes, dau.
of George Stephen, E?q. of the island of Granada. He d. 5
May, 1845 : she d. 27 Jan. 1862. The elder son,

David Miine-Home, Esq. of Milne Graden, Barristcr-at-
Law, LL. D., J.P. and D.L., Covener of co. Berwick, a
member of various scientific societies in London and Edin-
burgh, 6. 22 Jan. 1805; m. 30 July, 1S32. Jean, eldest
dau. and heir of William Forman Home, Esq. of Billie,
and Paxton, co. Berwick, and by her (who d. 14 April, 1876)
had issue,

I. David, now of WedderbuYn and Billie.

I. Jean. ii. Grace.

III. Margaret, m. Capt. Charles Holham, R.N., C.B,, and has
two sons, John and Alan, and one dau., Jean.

IV. Georgiana. • v. Susan .\gnes.

Mr. Milne-Home d. 1890.

<^;tmiln of '^)omt.

liineag-e.— Sir David Home, of Thurston, in East Lothian
(2nd son of Sir Thomas Home, of Home), m. Alice, heir of
Wedderbum, co. Berwick, and had a son, David, who pre-
deceased him, leaving by Elizabeth Carmichael his wife, two
sons, George, of Wedderburn, and Patrick (Sir), of Polwarth,
Knt.,ancestorof the Earls of Marchmont and Barons Polwarth,
of Sir Hugh Hume Campbell, Bart, of Marchmont, of Hdme
ofEiinraerghaine, HUME of Mandtrston, etc. Sir David's great-

Sir David Home, of Wedderbum, m. Isabel, dau. of David
Hopprincle, of Galashiels, by whom he had seven sons, called
" the spears of Wedderburn "' i. George, fell at Flodden,

f. f>. ; II. David, successor to his father ; iii. Alexander, of
Manderston, ancestor of the Earls of Dunbar, Homes of
JUnton, andHoME-DRCMMONDso/A'/uir jDjMHimofirf ; iv. John,
ancestor of Home, HSirt. oj Blackaddei- ; v. Robert; vi. An-
drew, Rector of Lauder ; vii. Patrick, of Broom House. Sir
David Home was slain at the field of Flodden, together with
his eldest son. His 2nd son,

David Home, of Wedderburn, m. Alison, sister of Archibald,
6th Earl of Angus, and widow of Robert Black.adder, of Black-
adder, by whom he had three sons, i. George, of Wedderburn,
slain at Pinkie 1547, s. 7).; 11. David (Sir), of whom presently ;
III. John, of Crumstane. The 2nd son,

David Home, of Wedderburn, was taken prisoner at Pinkie.
He m. Mariota, dau. of Andrew Johnston, of Elphinston, by
whom he had (with three daus.) four sons, i. George, his
heir; 11. David, of Godscroft, author of ^ History of thi: Houses
of Douglas and Home ; in. James, Parson of Hilton ; iv.
John. David Home d. 1574, and was s. by his eldest son.

Sir George Home, of Wedderburn, appointed Warden of
the East Marches 1578 and Comptroller of Scotland 1597. He
m. Jean, dau. of John Haldane, of Gleneagles, and dying 24
Xov. 1616, left an only son and successor.

Sir David Home, of Wedderburn, in. Margaret, dau. of Sii-
John Home, of Coldingknows, and was slain at the battle of
Dunbar, 1650, together with his son,

George Home, of Wedderburn. He m. Catherine, dau. of
Alexander Morison, of Preston Grange, a Lord of Session, and
left (with two daus., Katharine, m. John Bethune, of Blebo,
and Margaret) a son,

George Home, of Wedderburn, 6. 1641, who d. in or before-
1715, leaving, by Isabel his wife, dau. of Sir Francis Liddell, a
dau. Jean, and two sons, George, his heir, and Francis, of
Quixwood, from whom a claimant to the Marchmont Peerage,
Capt. Francis Douglas Home, derived his descent. The elder

George Home, of Wedderbum, joined the rising of 1715,
was taken at Preston, tried, and condemned. He obtained,
however, a pardon, and d. at Wedderburn 1720, leaving, by
Margaret his wife, eldest dau. of Sir Patrick Home, Bart, of
Lumsdean, nine children, i. David, of Wedderburn, d.s.2'-
1762; II. George, rf. s. J). 1758; in. Patrick, of Wedderburn,
d. unm. 1766; iv. Francis, d. unm. 1732; v. John, Capt.
R.N., (f. ttnin. 1758; vi. James, Capt. R.N., killed in action
with the French 1758, unra. ; i. Margaret, m. 1732, Ninian
Home, of Billie, and was mother of Patrick Home, of Wedder-
burn, M. P., and other children all deceased; 11. Isabella, m.
Alexander Home, of Jardinfield, by whom she was mother of
Xinian Home, of Paxton, Governor of Grenada, murdered
there by Fedon, 1795, and of George Home, of Wedderburn and
Paxton ; in. Jean, of whom we treat. The youngest dau.,

Jean Home, m. Rev. John Tod, Minister of Ladykirk, and
had issue, three .sons and three daus., none of whom married,
except the eldest dau.,

Margaret Tod, who m. 1779, John Forman, Esq., and dying
I8'-'0, left issue,

I. John, who .«. to Wedderburn, and 1!. .«. p.

II. William Forman, h. 24 April, 1782; lii. Jan. 1811, Jean,
dau. of Rev. George Home, of Gunsgreen, and left issue,

1 Jean (heiress of Wedderburn and Paxton), m. 183'2,
David, eldest son of Admiral Sir David Milne, G.C.B.,
and d. 14 April, 1876, leaving issue (as above).

2 Margaret, vi. 2 July, 1832, the Hon. Adolphus F. Cath-
cart, Lieut.-Col. in the army (who d. 6 April, 1884),
youngest son of 1st Earl Cathcart, K.T.

o Georgina Hay, m. 1848, Capt. Francis Ramsay, brother

of Sir Alexander Ramsay, 2nd Bart., and d. 25 Dec. 1867,

leaving issue.
4 Isabella Jane, m. 29 Sept. 1840, Hon. Charles St. Cl.aSr,

Comm. R.N., 2nd son of James, 12tli Lord Sinclair, and

d. 18.52, leaving issue.

III. Ninian, d. young.

I. Jean, m. Rev. James Smith, D.D., and d. 4 Dec. 1841.
S-otx — Paxton House, Berwick-on-Tweed, and Wedderburn
Ca.stle, N.B. ttti6s— Carlton, United Service, and Scottish.


MiLNER-GiBSOx, Jasper Joseph Axexander,
Esq. of Theberton House, co. Suffolk, b. 23 Feb.
1852 ; m. let, 17 Dec. 1874, Elizabeth Isidore, eldest
dau. of Hon. George M. Parsons, of Cohimbus,
Ohio, United States (she d. 6 Dee. 1889) ; he «t-
2ndly, 20 Dec. 1893, Annie, widow of William
Stockeu, Esq., and dau. of Charles Dixon, Esq.
By his first wife he had,





May Bessie Isabella, h. 1376, c?. same year.

liineage. — The Bight Hon. Thomas Milner-Gibson, of
Theberton House, Saxmundham, Suffolk, P.C, J. P. andD.L.,
b. 3 Sept. 1806, only son of Major Thomas Milner-Gibson, of
the 37th Eegt. (who d. 30 May, 1807), by Isabella his wife (m.
IT Jan. 1798 ; she m. 2ndly, 1810, Thomas Whiting Wootton,
Esq., and d. 3 Jan. 1856), only dau. of Henry Glover, Esq. of
Chester, and grandson of the Eev. Thomas Gibson; m, 23
Feb. 1832, Arethusa Susanna, only child of Sir Thomas Gcry
Cullum, Bart, of Hardwick House, Bury, St. Edmund's Suf-
folk (lineally descended fron the marriage in 1623 of Sir
Thomas Galium, 1st Bart, of Hawstead and Hardwick House,
Suffolk, with Mary, 2nd dau. and co-heir of Nicholas Crispe,
Esq.)and d. 25 Feb. 1884, having by her (who d. 23 Feb. 1885;,
had issue,

I. Thomas Gibson, b. and d. 1833.

II. Thomas Dudley, 6. 1845; d. 1863.

III. Oliver Francis, b. 1850 ; d. 1859.

IV. Jaspeb Joseph Alexandeb, now of Theberton House.

V. Geokge Gery, of Hardwick, Suffolk, b. 5 Nov. 1857 ; s. his
grandmother, Lady Galium, at Hardwick in 1875 {see next

I. Florence Arethusa, d. 1842.

II. Alice Mary, m. 1861, William Wybrow Robertson, Esq.,
and d. 20 Aug. 1879, leaving issue.

II. Sydney Isabella, d. 30 Sept. 1850.

This gentleman, distinguished as a leading politician and par-
liamentary speaker, was educated at the Charterhouse and
at Trin. Goll. Gamb., where he graduated as a wrangler 1830.
He was M.P. for Ipswich from 1837 to 1839, for Manchester
from 1841 to 1857, and for Ashton-under-Lyne from 1857 to
1868. He held office as President of the Board of Trade, with
a seat in the Gabinet, 1859 to 1866.

Arms — Az., three bridle bits chevronwise or, between as
many storks rising arg. Ci-est — A siork close arg., holding
in the beak a branch oi laurel ppr., resting the dexter foot on
a bridle bit or.

&«£— Theberton House, Saxmundham.


MiLNEE-GiESON-CuLLUM, Geoege Gert, Esq.
of Hardwick House, co. SufPolk; D.L. and J.P.,
High Sheriff 1888; F.S.A., M.A.Trin. CoU.Camb.,
b. 5 Nov. 1857 ; s. to Hardwick at the death of his
maternal grandmother, Lady Cullum, 1875 ;
assumed the additional surname and arms of Cul-
lUM by royal licence 1878.

Lineage.— Walter Cdllum, of Stanhill, Thorndon, Suf-
folk, whose ancestors were seated at Thorndon in the reign of
"Henbt VI., TO. Catherine Rivett, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Ccllum, of Stanhill, m. Alice Aldrich, and d. 1548,
and was s. by his son,

John Culldm, of Stanhill, m. Mary .\pplewright, and was s,
by his son,

John Cullum, of Stanhill, 7Ji. Rebecca, dau. of Thomas Smyth,
of Bacton, co. Suffolk, and d. 1609, leaving issue,

I. John, of Thorndon, d. 1C67, whose branch became extinct
in the male line 1727.

II. Thomas (Sir), of whom presently.
The younger son.

Sir Thomas Ccllum, 1st Bart, of Hawstead and Hardwick ,
so created 18 June, 1660. He was an Alderman of London
and was Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1647 ; to. 1623, Mary,
dau. and co-heir of Nicholas Crispe, of London, and first cousin
to Sir Nicholas Crispe, 1st Bart, of Hammersmith, the Royalist
<see Burke's Extinct Baroiutagi), and had issue,
I. Thomas, 2nd Bart.

11.^ John, of London, m. Anne, dau of Thomas Lawrence,
Esq. of Woodborough, co. Wilts, and had, with six daus.,
1 Thomas, of Ealing, in Middlesex, to. 1st, Curtis, dau. of
Henry Hawley, Esq. of Brentford, and 2ndly, Savilia,
dau. of Col. Strode, Governor of Dover Castle, and cZ. 1717,
without male issue.

- John- 3 Lawrence.

4 Jasper, 4th Bart. 5 Stephen.

I. Rebecca, m. Job Throckmorton, a Turkey Merchant.

II. Mary, d. unm. 1649, aged 24.

Sir Thomas purchased Hawstead Place and Hardwick House,
CO. Suffolk, 1656 ; he d. 1664, and was s. by his eldest son,

Sir Thomas Cullum, 2nd Bart., 6. 1628 ; to. Dudleia, dau. of
Sir Henry North, 1st Bart of Mildenhall, and had issue,

I. Dudley, 3rd Bart. ii. Thomas, d. unm. 1700.

I. Mary, m. 1st, Henry North, Esq. of Beaacre, co. Suffolk,
and 2ndly, Philip Bedingfeld, Esq.

n. Elizabeth, m. Rev. William Boys, Rector of Kelsale.
Sir Thomas d. 1680, and was s. by his eldest son.

Sir Dudley Cullum, 3rd Bart., High Sheriff of Suffolk 1690,
and M.P. for the co. 1702, to. 1st, 1681, Hon. Anne Berkeley,
dau. of John, 1st Lord Berkeley, of Stratton. She d. 1709,
aged 43, and he m. 2ndly, 1710, Anne, dau. of James Wicks,
Esq. of Bury St. Edmund's (who d. 1737, having remarried
John Fulham, Canon of Windsor, Vicar of Isleworth, &c.),
and d. s.p. 1720, when he was s. by his cousin.

Sir Jasper Cullum, 4th Bart., High Sheriff of Suffolk 1722,
b. 1670 ; m. Anne, dau. of WiUiam Wyatt, of Burseldon, Hants,
and had issue,

John, 5th Bart.
Sir Jasper d. 4 Nov. 1754, and was s. by his son.

Sir John Cullum, 5th Bart., J. P., 6. 1700; m. 1st, 1723,
Jane, dau. and heir of Thomas Deane, Esq. of Freefolk, Hants,
and by her who d. 1730, he had one dau., Jane, who d. unm.
He TO. 2ndly, 30 Nov. 1731, Susanna, dau. and co-heir of Sir
Thomas Gery, Knt., one of the Masters in Chancery, by
Elizabeth, grand-dau. of Sir John Wittewronge, Bart, of Rot-
hamstead, and by her bad three sons and four daus.,

I. John (Rev.), 6th Bart.

II. Thomas Gery, 7th Bart.

in. James (Rev.), Vicar of Great Thurlow, b. 1754 : m. 1786,
Anne, dau. of Anthony Blagrave, Esq. of Calcott, co. Berks,
and d. 1835, leaving a dau. Anne (d. 1874), m. Paul Merlin
de Thionville, Chef d'Escadron d'Artillerie of Bi-uyferes,
Vosges, son of the celebrated " Conventionnel " of that

I. Isabella, d. s. p. 1806.

II. Susanna, to. Ashley Palmer, Esq. of Eaton Socon, Beds,
and d. 1829.

III. Jane {d. 1826), to. Henry Vernon, Esq. of Hough on the
Hill, Lincoln, and of Great Thurlow, Suffolk, brother to
Francis Vernon, Earl of Shipbrooke, by whom .she was
mother of John Vernon, Esq. of Orwell Park, and Great
Thurlow, and Arethusa, wife of Sir Robert Harland, Bart,
of Wherstead Lodge; both of whom d. s.p.

IV. Mary {d. 1844), m. Abraham Jenkin, Esq. of Long Sutton,

Sir John d. 16 Jan. 1774, and was s. by his eldest son.

Sir John Cullum, 6th Bart., M.A., F.R.S., and F.S.A.,
Rector of Hawstead and Great Thurlow, b. 1732; to. Peggy,
dau. of Daniel Bisson, Esq. of Westham, co. Essex, and d. s. p.
19 Oct. 17S5, when he was s. by his brother.

Sir Thomas Gery Ccllum, 7th Bart., Bath King of Arms,
F.R.S., F.S.A., F.L.S., J.P. and D.L., 6. 30 Nov. 1741; to. 1
Sept. 1774, Mary, dau. of Robert Hanson, Esq. of Normanton.
CO. York, and by her, who d. 13 Sept. 1830, had (with a dau.
Susanna, d. 1803), two sons,

I. Thomas Gery (Rev.), 8th Eart.

n. John Palmer, b. 1783, Bath King of Arms ; to. Miss Sarah
Mantle, and d. s. v. 1829.

Sir Thomas d. 8 Sept. 1831, and was .?. by his son,

Sir Thomas Geey Ccllum, 8th Bart., J.P. and D.L. ; in
Holy Orders, b. 23 Oct. 1777 ; m. 1st, 27 Aug. 1805, Mary Anne,
only dau. and heir of Henry Eggers, Esq. of Woodford, co.
Essex, and by her (who d. 29 Jan. 1830) had

Arethusa Susannah, of whom hereafter.
Sir Thomas m. 2ndly, 30 April, 1832, Anne, sister of W. Han-
ford-Flood, Esq. of Flood Hall, Kilkenny, and Woollas Hall,
Pershore, but had no further issue. He d. 28 Jan. 1855, when
his title became extinct and his estates devolved on his only

Arethusa Susannah Cullum, m. 23 Feb. 1832, Right Hon.
Thomas Milner Gibson, P.C, of Theberton House, and had
issue (see preceding Memoir). Her 2nd surviving son is George
Gery Milner-Gibson Ccllum, of Hardwick.

.<4?^)ls— Quarterly : 1st and 4th az., a chevron erm. between
three pelicans or, vulning themselves ppr., for Ccllum; 2nd
and 3rd az., three bridle bits chevronwise or, between as many
storks rising arg., for Milner Gibson. Crests — 1st, Cullum : A
lion sejant or, supporting between the paws a column arg., the
capital gold ; 2nd, Milner Gibson : A stork close arg., holding
in the beak a branch of laurel ppr. and resting the dexter
claw on a bridle bit or.

Seat— Hardwick House, Bury St. Edmund's.


Milnee, William Aldam, Esq. of Totley Hall,
CO. Derby, J.P. for that co. and for the West
Biding, co. York; M.A. Trin. ColJ., Cambridge, 1. 26





Marcli, 1854 J »». 6 June, 1883, Sarah Elizabeth,
dau. of Samuel Eoberts, Esq. of Tlie Towers,
Sheffield, and has issue,

William Alfred, o. 9 Oct. 18S7.
Koy Denzil Vasliley, b. 1 Dec. 1892.
Marjorie Elsie Milucr.

Iiineag'e.— Gamaliel Milker, Esq. of Attcrcliffc, co.
York, m. Susanna, only surviving child of John Walton, of
Thurlston, near Peniston, liy Mary his wife, eldest dnu. and
co-heir of Thomas Crosland, Esq. of Preston, near Hull; and
had, with other issue, a son,

Gamaliel Milxeb, Esq. of AttcrciifFe, b. 17S0 ; m. 1803,
Jlaiy, eldest dau. and co-heiress of William Pasliley, Esq. of
Betford, Kotts, and had issue,

I. William Pashlet, of whom hereafter.

II. John Crosland, of Thurlstone, York.s, b. 1809; m. 1S.50, a
dau. of William Crookee, Esq., and d. 1892, leaving issue,

Gamaliel (Rev.), of Thurlstone, M.A. Oxon, Vicar of Hoy-
land Swaine. Yorks, b. 1852 ; in. 1817, Anne EUzabeth,
dau. of Col. Horseley.

The eldest son,

William Pashlet Milner, Esq. of Meershrook, co. Derhy,
who m. 12 Oct. 1852, Susan, dau. of the late William Aldani,
of W.armsworth, co. Y'ork, and d. 4 Oct. 1884, leaving an only
i^on, William Aldam Milker, Esq. now of Totley Hall.

^co«— ToUeyHall, near Sheffield.
Club — Oxford and Cambridge.


MiLWARD, Dawson Aecher, Esq. of TuUogher,
and Lavistown, co. Kilkenny, J.P., b. 8 May, 181^9,
s. 1890.

liineagre.— Clement Hilward, of Alvechurch, co. Wor-
cester, a Capt. in the Parliamentary Army, and one of the
Committee of Parliament who came to Worcester upon the
surrender thereof 25th July, 1646, was a scion of the house of
Milward, of Wolliscote, co. Worcester, descended from the
family of Eaton Dovedale, co. Derby (.see Visit. 1539, 1611, and
1G62). He was possessed of lands in the Manor of Alvechurch,
as a copyholder underthe Bishop of Worcester, temp. Charles
JI. He settled in co. Wexford ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of William
Plunkett, Esq., and had issue,

I. Clement, of Dublin, who s. to his father's estates in cos.
Worcester and Wexford, and m. Anne, dau. of George
StoweU, but d. s. p. By his will, dated 5 Dec. 1707, and
proved 21 Oct. 1709, he devised his property to his wife for
life, with remainder to his next brother.

II. Thomas, who carried on the line.

I. Elizabeth, m. Aug. 1697, Henry Archer, Esq. of Ballyhoge.

II. Winifred, m. March, 1698, Gervaise Clifford, Esq.

III. Margaret, m. Dec. 1699, William Gifford, Esq. of Pole-
maloe, and d. 4 May, 1718.

Mr. Milward acquired considerable estates in the cos. of Wick-
low and at EnnLscorthy and Ballyharran, co. Wexford, and
left them by his will, dated 12 Nov. 1694, and proved 6 Feb.
1697, to his eldest son. His 2nd son,

Thomas Milward, Esq. of Ballyharran, co. Wexford, s. to
the estates at the death s. p. of his elder brother. He m. 1st,
Oct. 1696, Hannah Smith, by whom he had no issue, and
2ndly, July, 1697, Sarah Wellman, heiress of Tullogher, co.
Kilkenny, by whom he had issue,

I. Clement, 6. 4 July, 1702 ; d. .i. p. in Africa, June, 1722.

II. William, b. 15 Aug. 1703 ; d. g. p. in Africa, June, 1722.
jii. Henry, his heir. iv. John, 6. 14 Oct. 1713.
I. Elizabeth, /-. 20 April, 1698. ii. Sarah, 6. 6 June, 1699.

III. Anne, b. 16 Sept. 1700. iv. Lucy, b. 4 July, 1705.
V. Winifred, b. 20 Oct. 1707; m. I'ickard Donovan, Esq. of

Clonmore, who d. 1781.

\i. Anne, 6. 20 May, 1715. vii. Mary, b. 16 June, 1716.
Mr. Milward, whose will was dated 1 May, proved 25 Aug.
1731, was s. by his eldest surviving son,

Henry Milward, Esq. of Ballyharran, b. 25 Oct. 1711, who
r,r. 31 Dec. 1734, Beata, dau. of James Webb, Esq., Dublin,
and had issue,

I. Henry, his heir. ii. Thomas, 6. 23 Nov. 1744.

I. Sarah, b. 2 March, 1737. ii. Beata, b. 4 June, 1740.

III. Elizabeth, 6. 9 Oct. 1741 ; m. Heny Archer, Esq. of
Balljseskin, and d. 1829.
Mr. Milward d. 29 Aug. 1758, and was s. by his son,

Henrt Milward, Esq. of BallyhaiTan, b. 5 March, 1742; m.
June, 1767, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Archer, Esq. of Bally-
f eskin, and had iseue,

I. Henry, his successor.

II. Thomas, b. 20 July, 1774; d. U7iin.

III. Clement, who s. his brother.

I. Beata, 6. 22Sept. 1769; m. Christopher HoreHatchcll, Esq.

II. Elizabeth, 6. 1 Feb. 1773.

III. Lettiee, b. 7 Oct. 1775.
iv. Sarah, 6. 1777.

Mr. Milward d. 18 Dec. 1777, and was s. by his eldest son,

Henry Milward, Esq. of Ballyharran, J. P., Major Wexford
Militia, b. 4 March, 1772; lu. 1812, Miss Elizabeth Cooth Whit-
marsh, of Bath, and d. s. p. at Southampton, 1842, when he
was s. by his only surviving brother,

Clement Milward, Esq. of Tullogher, co. Kilkenny, Eear-
Admiral R.N., b. 7 Sept. 1776; m. 1816, Elizabeth, dau. of
Charles Dawson, Esq. of Charlesfort, co. Wexford, and
granddau. of Walter Dawson, Esq. of Clare Castle, co. Armagh
(s^e Burke's Peerage, Dartrey, E.), by whom (who d. 1854>
he had issue,

I. Henry (Rev.), Rector of Rodney Stoke, Somerset, Rural
Dean and Prebendai7 of Wells Cathedral, m. 1st, Jan. 1840,
Eliza Anne (deceased), dau. of Kev. John Pedder, of Church-
town, CO. Lancaster, and d. 5 May, 1876, leaving three daus..

1 Eliza Margaret. 2 Anne Maria. 3 Jane Deborah.

II. Charles Richard, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, and Proctor of
the Ecek siastical and AdminiJty Courts in Ireland ; d. unm.
Jan. 1848.

III. Clement, of Alice Holt.

IV. Thomas Walter, C.B., Lieut.-Col. E.A., and Col. in the
army, Aide-de-Camp to the Queen, b. 18 June, 1825; m. 24
June, 1852, Olivia Maria, dau. of David Beatty, Esq. of Pen-
zance, CO. Wexford, and d. 31 Dec. 1874, leaving, by her
(who d. 5 Nov. 1887) is^sue,

1 Clement Henry, Capt. R.A., b. 8 Oct. 1860; m. 12 Oct.
1893, Louise Maiy, dau. the late John Yardley, of Chester-
field Lichfield.

2 Frederick David, Capt. Lancashire Fusiliers, 5. 10 Sept.

3 Ajlhur Dawson, b. 13 July, 1865.

4 Thomas Walter, Lieut. Essex Regt., 6. 10 April, 1867.
T) Harry Daeres, Lieut. Worcester Regt. 6. 1 July, 1871.

1 Elizabeth Mary.

2 Anne Olivia.

3 Clementina Blanche.

V. William, 6. 12 March, 1827 ; d. unm.

VI. Dawson Archer, no^v-xif Lavistown and Tullogher.
I. Deborah Elizabeth, d. unm. ii. .\nna Louisa.

Admiral Milward d. 1857.

Clement Milward, Esq. of Alice Holt, co. Southampton, of
the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law, Q.C., 6. 20 Aug. 1821 ;
m. 8 May, 1856, Elizabeth Jane, only dau. and heir of John
Pearson, Esq. of Ulverston, and has a dau.,

Mary ELii>:A, m. 22 Nov. 1882, Richard Knox, Esq., Major
13th Hussars, eldest son of Lieut.-Gen. Richard Knox (see
Knox o/ftrace Dieii), and has issue, Clement Uchter, i. 27
Feb. 1890.
Mr. Milward d. Nov. 1890.

Arms — Enn., on a fessc gu. three plates, and on an escutchcor»
of pretence, for Pearson, arg. two swords chevronways az.
piercing a man's heart in chief ppr., in base acinquefoil of the
second. Crest — A dragon's head eouped vert between two
wings gu.
&«/«— Lavistown and Tullogher, co. Kilkenny.
a«&— Sackville Street Club, Dublin.


MiLWAED, Geoege, Esq. of Leehlade Manor,
Lechlade, co. Gloucester, J. P. for cos. Gloucester,
Worcester, and Oxon, late Capt. in Royal North
Gloucester Militia, b. 18 July, 1843 ; m. 11 Jan.
1866, Augusta Susanna Shaen, eldest dau. of Thomas
Shaen-Carter, Esq. of Watlington Park, Oxon, and
Erris, co. Mayo, and by her who d. 18 May, 1891,
has issue,

I. George Harold Shaen, b. 26 Oct. 1866, m. 1892

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