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, Edith
Sophia Marian, dau. of the late George Clowser, Esq.,
C.E., of Bombay.

II. Victor Tilson, b. 11 April, 1869.

III. John Bertram, 6. 1 March, 1871.

Liineage.— George Milward, Esq. of Wincot, co.
Gloucester, left, by Anne his wife, three sons and three daus.,

John, who d. unm. Dec. 1842.

George, of whom presently.

William, of Watertbrd, m. Anne Newport, niece of Sir John
Newport, Bart, of New I'ark, co. Waterlord, and had, 1
John, inherited a portion of his uncle John's estate, ol



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Loxley House, near Stratford on- A von ; 2 George ; 3 Henry ;
1 Mary, m. Robert Newport, son of the Rev. Krancis New-
port; 2 Anne, m. 1840, John Hawtrey Jones, Esq., J. P.
and 0.L., of Mullinabro', co. Kilkenny.

Mary, d. umn.

Sarah, m. William Allen, Esq. of Brook House, near High
Wycombe. Anne, m. Thomas Hemings, Esq.

The 2nd son,

George Milwakd, Esq, J. P., of The Manor House, Lech-
lade, CO. Gloucester, m. 25 June, 1801, Mary Anne, sister of
John Atkins, Esq., Lord Mayor of London 1802, and M.P. for
Arundel, and by her (who d. 5 June, 1813) left at his decease,
19 May, 1839, aged 64, a son, George, his heir, and five daus.,
Sarah Atkins, m. Rev. S. F. Morgan, Rector of Chepstow, and
d. 1862; Mary Anne; Catherine Esther; Julia, d. unm. 20
Oct. 1886; and Anne, m. Rev. John Nash Griffin, D.D., of
Trinity Church, Dublin. His only son,

George Milward, Esq. of The Manor House, Lechlade, co.
Gloucester, J. P., Barrister-at-Law, h. 27 Sept. 1807; ra. 19
March, 1835, Sarah, 3rd dau. of Henry Grace, Esq. of Stock-
well Common, J.P. co. Surrey, and by her, who d. Dec. 1892,
had issue,

I. George, now of The Manor House, Lechlade.

II. Heniy Anderson, b. 30 June, 1845 ; d. 29 Dec. 1871.
in. Hardwick Browning, 6. 2 July, 1847.

IV. Arthur Prendergast, &. 26 Sept. 18.52; m. Edith Marion,
eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Sellers, J.P. co. Worcester, who
d. s. p. 15 Dec. 1880. He ('. 3 June, 1879.

I. Sarah Grace.

II. Mary Ann Grace, m. Rev. J. G. Tetley, M.A., Canon
Residentiary of Bristol, only surviving son of the late James
Tetley, M.D., F.R.C.P., of Belmont, Torquay, and has issue,
James George Wynn ; Mabel Grace Wynn; Blanche ; Maude
Caroline.

III. Catherine Grace, d. unm.

IV. Frances Grace, to. 1873, William Stancombe, of Baynton
House, J.P. for Wilts, only son of William Stancombe, Esq.
of Pottem, Devizes, co. Wilts, J.P. and D.L., and has issue,
William ; Arthur Milward : a son : Dorothy Mary Hare ;
Ina Frances ; Madeline Grace.

He<L25March, 1S71.

Arms — Erm., a cross moline between three torteaux, two and
one, each charged with a crescent or. Crest — Between two
wings az., a bear's paw erased sa., claws or, holding a sceptre in
bend sinister gold, entwined by a sprig of o;ik. Motto — Nee
temere nee timide.

Seats — Lechlade Manor, Lechlade, and the Priory, Broad
Marston, Stratford-on-Avon.



MILWARD OF EAST BKIDGFORD HALL.

Milward, Leonard, Esq. of East Bridgfoi-d
Hall, CO. Nottingham, J.P., Major 4th V. Batt. Notts.
Eegt., b. 11 Oct. 1851, m. 30 Dec. 1880, Jessie
Mai'ion, only dau. o£ Rev. Christophei* Harrison,
of North Curry Vicarage, Taunton, co. Somerset,
and has issue.

I. Herbert, b. 22 Sept. 1881.

II. Leonard Christopher, b. i Aug. 1882.

III. Gervase Gwynne, 6. 30 Jan. 1880.

IV. Richard, 6. 20 April, 1890.

I. Cecily Dorothea, ) * • r n-, t^ ^crr-

^u • .• o-i, i .- twins, h. 27 Dec. 18S6.

II. Christine Theodora. J

Mr. Mil-ward assumed, 1887, the name of Mil-
ward, in lieu of that of Parkinson, on s. to the
property of his uncle, Eichard Milward, Esq. of
Thurgarton Priory.

Lineagre. — The family of MrLWARD descend from the
ancient house of Milward of Eaton Dovedale, six generations
of which are described in the Visitation of Derby, 1011.

Thomas Milward, Esq., 6. 1668, son of Richard Milward,
purchased an estate at Handley, North Winfield, co. Derby,
1710. He was father of

Richard Milward, Esq., who ra. 8 March, 1743, Frances
Reynolds, and was s. at his decease, 1790, by his son,

Richard Milward, Esq. of Hexgreave Park, co. Notts, who
>u. 12 May, 1781, Ellen Uttle, and had issue,

I. Richard, his heir.

II. John, b. 22 April, 1786, d, 2 Feb. 1830.

I. Frances, d. 13 Dec. 1857.

II. Anne, ra. 10 Oct. 1809, John Parkinson, Esq. of Leyfields,
CO. Notts, son of John Parkinson, Esq. of South Clifton,
and Knapthorpe, Notts, and d. 9 Sept. 1840, having had
issue,



1 RicDAKD, late of Thurgarton Priory.

2 John, 6. 15 Jan. 1812; m. July, 1842, Katherine, 2nd
dau. of George Hole, Esq., and has issue, John, b. 26
July, 1843: George, 6.22 Jan. 1846; Lionel, deceased •
Cyril, b. 5 Feb. 1854; Hugh, b. 10 April, 1855; Eleanor;
Florence ; Marianne ; and Mary Beatrice.

3 William (Rev.), M.A., Rector of Langenhoe. Essex, b. 10
May, 1815 ; m. 25 Jan. 1S84, Georgiana, youngest dau. of
Charles Martin, Esq., and has issue,

1 Francis Welstead, 6. 26 Feb. 1850.

2 Leonard, now of East Bridgford Hall.

3 Richard Marion, b. 20 March, 1856.

1 Georgiana Marianne. 2 Grace Louisa.

3 Katherine Sophia.

4 Thomas, b. 30 June, 1817 : m. 16 April, 1857. Jane, 3r(3
dau. of Rev. Theodore \Villiams, Vicar of Hendon,
Middlesex.

J Anne, in. 19 Sept. 1854, Rev. Henry Smith Anders,
Rector of Kirkby-le-Thorpe, co. Lincoln, he d. 10 April,
1877.

Mr. Milward d. 1825, and was s. by his eldest son,

Richard Milward, Esq. of Hexgreave Park, and Thurgar-
ton Priory, J.P., b. 1 July, 1784, who d. s. p. 10 Aug. 1844,
and was s. by his nephew,

Richard Milward, Esq. of Thurgarton Priory, co. Notts,
.T.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1857, who assumed the name of
Milward in lieu of that of Parkinson, b. 25 July, 1810, m. 9
June, 1840, Marianne, 3rd dau. of Charles Martin, Esq. of
Viniers Hall, by Katherine, his wife, dau. of George Welstead,
Esq. of Wormley, Herts, and d. s. p. 1879, and was s. by his
nephew Leonard, now of East Bridgford Hall.

Seats — East Bridgford Hall, Bingham, and Thurgarton Priory,
Southwell, CO. Notts.



MILWARD OF EEDDITCH.

Milward, Rev. Henry Charles, of Redditch,
CO. Worcester, Vicar of Lyonshall, Kington, Here-
fordshire, M.A. Cambridge, m. Margaret Aston,
dau. of Thomas Ayscough Wilkinson, Esq. and has,
with other issue,

Henbt Arthur, b. 1857.

Lineage. — This family has been located at Redditch and
its immediate neighbourhood since the reign of Queen Eliza-
beth ; one of the more immediate ancestors being Capt.
Thomas Milward, of Alvechurch, near Redditch, " one of those
gentlemen of the committee of the Parliament who came toi
Worcester upon the surrender thereof July 26th, 164G " (see
Nath's Worcestershire, vol. 2, p. 106, app.),

Henry Milward, Esq. of the Old House, Redditch, 6. 1770;
m. Sarah, dau. of Thomas Smith, and d. IS Dec. 1828, leaving
a son,

Henry Milward, Esq. of Redditch, J.P. for cos. Worcester
and Warwick, who ra. 1831, Catherine, dau. of John Gosling,
Esq. late of Richmond, Surrey, and by her (who d. 18 March,
1867) had issue,

I. Henry Charles (Rev.), present representative.

II. John Frederick, of Southraead, Redditch, J.P. cos. War-
wick and Worcester, ra. Frances Mary, dau. of Charl&s
Edge, and has, with other issue, Charles Frederick.

in. Robert Harding, now of Lintliurst House, co. Worcester,
J.P., b. 17 Oct. 1838; ra. 21 Jan. 1863, Harriet, dau. of the
late Edward Bickerton Whitehead, Esq. of Bristnall Fields,
CO. Worcester, and has issue,

1 Edward Bickerton, 6. 16 Jan. 1865.

2 Geoffrey Lionel, b. 15 Feb. 1866.

3 John Henry, b. 13 Dec. 1868.

4 Etienne Harding, b. 12 July, 1870.

5 Robert Spencer, 6. 2 Feb. 1876.

1 Theodora, b. 12 Dec. 1863.

2 Beatrice Harriet, b. 19 June, 1SG7.

3 Isobel, b. 10 Nov. 1872. 4 Rose, 6. 1 May, 1878.
5 Bertha Grace, b. 11 Feb. 1881.

IV. Victor, of The Holloway. co. Worcester, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1886-87 ; 6. 10 Aug. 1840; m 26 Jan. 1867,
Eliza, dau. of James Tomson, Esq. of Barnt Green, co.
Worcester, and has, with other issue,

Henry Tomson, 6. 1868.

Catherine.

1 Catherine Sarah, m. Rev. Thomas Eagle Chataway, Rector
of Pcckleton, co. Leicester, and has issue.

2 Mary Jane, ra. John Tirabrell Pierce, of Frettons, Danbury,
J.P. CO. Essex, and has issue.

Mr. Milward d. 1 Aug. 1878.

Residence— Yiuirage, Lyonshall, Kington, Herefordshire,



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MINCHIN OF BUSHERSTOWN.

Mixcnix, George John. Esq. of Bushcrstown,
King's CO., J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff for that eo.
1870, and J.P. for co. Tipperarj, and Limerick,
educated at Trin. Coll. Dublin, B.A. 1867, M.A.
1875, b. 28 April, 1845 ; in. 15 June, 1876, Edith
Margaret, eldest dau. and co-heiress of Benjamin
BuubiUT Frend, Esq. of Boskell, co. Limerick,
and grand-niece of Eield-Marshal Hugh, 1st
Tiscount Gough.

Liineage. — The family of MincUin is one of very old
standing in King's co. In the year 1720,

HcMPHHEY MiNCHiN, Esq. of Bally naliill, co. Tippcrary. J. P.,
M.P. CO. Tipperary (a younger son of Charles Minchin, of
Moneygall, whose will was proved 18 Nov. 1681), had his
armorial bearings entered in Ulster's Office. He was after-
wards of Busherstown, King's co., and as such, made his will,
30 Sept. 1733. By Rebecca his wife, sister of Joshua Paul,
Esq., he had, with other issue,
Humphrey, his heir. George.

Paul, of Bogh, CO. Carlow, whose will was proved 24 April,
1764. By Henrietta his wife, dau. of Joseph Bunbury, Esq.
of Johnstown, he left issue, 1 Humphrey ; 2 Joseph Paul ;
1 Rebecca, m. Daniel Toler, Esq.; 2 Elizabeth; 3 Jane,
wife of William Maunsell.
The son and heir,

HcMPHEEY Minchin, Esq. of Bushcrstown, m. Miss Chad-
wick, and had issue, with eight daas.,

Humphrey.
George.



John, of Busherstown.
Paul. Joshua.



His eldest son,

John Minchin, Esq. of Busherstown, High Slieriff of King's
CO. 1768, Hi. Miss Ellard, and had issue,

Richard, Capt. of Dragoons, d. unm.

George, of Busherstown.

Rebecca, vi. William Minchin, Esq. of Greenhills, co. Tip-
perary, and had issue.
His 2nd son,

George Minchin, Esq. of Busherstown, High Sheriff of
King's CO. 1828, m. Elizabeth Agnes, dau. of John Studdert,
Esq., D.L., of Elm Hill, co. Limerick, by whom (who d. 1863)
he had issue, with a dau. Alicia, a son,

John Minchin, Esq. of Busherstown, J. P., an officer 48th
Uegt., m. Anne, dau. of Robert Hall, Esq. of Innismore Hall,
CO. Fermanagh, and d. 1851, having had issue,

George John, now of Busherstown.

Elizabeth Agnes, m. 1863, Richard J. Gabbett, Esq., J.P., of
Caherline House, co. Limerick.

Alice Anne, m. 1868, Major Welch, J.P., of Monkstown
Park, CO. Dublin.

.^rws— Erm., a chevron cotised gu. between three fleurs-
de-lis az. Ci-est—A naked arm embowed, couped at the
shoulder ppr., in the hand a b4ton or. J/oHo-liegarde i la
mort.

Seat — Busherstown, Dunkcrrin, Roscrea.

C^«6— Kildare Street, Dublin.



MINNITT OF ANAGHBEa.

MiNNiTT, CnAELES GoEiXG, Esq. of Anaghbeg,
CO. Tipperary, late fifajor 18th Eoyal Irish Eegt.,
i. 2 Aug. 1836 ; m. 18G5, Elizabeth Fredericka, dau.
of F. Whitaker, Esq. of Auckland, New Zealand.

liineagre.— The founder of the Irish branch of the
Minnitt family was

Capt. John Mi-nnptt, of Mount Minnitt, co. Limerick. He
m. and had issue. The elder son,

Robert Minnitt, Esq. of Knygh Castle, Blackfort, and
.tVnaghbeg, all co. Tipperary, vi. Jane, dau. of John Kent,
Esq. of Poleran, co. Kilkenny, Collector of Waterford, and
had issue,

I. Caleb, murdered at Cranagh Duffe, Dowliara, 2 April,
1707, d. s. p.

II. John, of Knygh Castle and Blackfort, Capt. in the army,
m. 1713, Mary, dau. of James Gubbins, Esq. of Kilrush,co.
Limerick, and had a son, James, who d. unm., and three
daus., I Mary, m. 1743, George Hastings, Esq. of Bally-
valley, CO. Clare ; 2 Eliza, m. her cousin, John Garden,
Esq. of Coolrae and Killard; 3 Jane, m. 1st, Mr. Carr, of
Limerick; 2ndly, T. Ledger, Esq. of Ferryglass ; and
3rdly, Isaac Jacques, Esq.

in. Robert, of whom hereafter.

1. Martha, m. Richard Powell, Esq. of Newgardcn, co.
limerick.



II. Hannah, b. 1631; m. 1700, Charles Atkins, Esq., eldest
son and heir of Richard Atkins, Esq. of Currakerry West,
CO. Cork.

III. Abigail, m. Edward Despard, Esq. of Cranagh, Queen's
CO., eldest son of William Despard, Esq. of Coolbally.

IV. Grace, m. Henry Fletcher, Esq. of Shannon Hall, co.
Tipperary.

Robert Minnitt, Esq., d. 31 May, 1709. His 3rd son,

Robert Minnitt, Esq. of Anaghbeg, purchased Blackfort
from his elder nephew, James; he m. Anne, dau. and co-heir
of Rev. Paul Ducloss, Rector of Rathdowny, Queen's co., of an
eminent French family, and left at his decease, 1773, five
sons and two daus.,
Padl, of Blackfort, d. unm.

Robert (Rev.), Rector of Tulla, co. Clare, d. about 5 Dec.
1785 ; ?/(. his cousin, Eleanor, 2nd dau. of William Devereux,
Estj. of Deerpark, co. Clare, by Margaret, eldest dau. of
Robert Atkins, Esq. of Fountain ville, co. Cork, and by her,
who rf. 1777 or 1778, had issue, a son, Robert, whod. young,
and a dau. and heir, Anne, of Blackfnrt, who m. 1806,
William Fitzgerald, Esq. of Adiival, co. Kerry, Barrister-
at-Law.

Caleb, m. his cousin, Elizabeth, dau. of John Garden, Esq.
of Killard, and had issue.
John, m. Miss Harding, of Clonlea, and had issue, Paul,
settled in Van Diemen's Land, m. and had issue, and
William, m. the dau. of John Palmer, Es,}. of Glanacurragh
Castle, King's co., and liad issue, John Robert Minnitt,
Barrister-at-Law, and otheis.
Joshua, of Anaghbeg.
Margaret Martha, m. William Molloy, Esq. of Dove Hill,

King's CO.
Abigail, m. Robert MoUoy, of Streamstown.

The 5th son,

JosHnA Minnitt, Esq. of Anaghbeg, b. 29 March, 1734 ; m .
Anne, dau. of George Tuthill, Esq. of Faha, co. Limerick, and
had issue. Mr. Minnitt d. 5 June, 1777, and was s. by his
son,

Joshua Minnitt, Esq. of Anaghbeg, b. 1 Jan. 1778; m.
1805, Mary Toler, dau. and co-heir of Capt. Nicholas Toler
Kingsley, 8th Regt., and by her (who d. 1S62) had issue,

Joshua Robert, his heir.

George, d. unm. 1830.

Wilham Hastings, m. Araminta, dau. of Rev. James Metge,

and d. 25 Dec. 1878, having had one dau.
Edmund, ?». Eliza, dau. of Capt. Robert Rowan, and left one

son and two daus.
John Chiistopher, Capt. 31st Regt., m. 1st, Dora Jones,

by whom he had two sons, and 2ndly, Mary Baldwin, of

Clay House, Halifax, co. York, and by her had two sons and

three daus.
Eliza, m. 31 July, 1834, Maurice Studdert, Esq. of Lodge,

CO. Tipperary.
Anna, m. 30 Sept. 1834, Rev. Robert Wilson Eonan, of

Mdiuit Davis, co. Antrim.
Mary, d. unm.
Eleanor, m. Oct. 1855, William Galway, Esq.

Mr. Minnitt d. April, 1830, and was s. by his eldest son,

Joshua Robert Minnitt, Esq. of Anaghbeg, J. P., b. 9 Aug.
1806; TO. 19 May, 1834, Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Sir Charles
Foster Goring, Bart, of llighden, co. Sussex, and had issue,

I. Charles Goring, now of Anashbcg.

II. Joshua Robert, M.B., h. '28 May, 1844.

III. George Godolphin Caleb, 6. 6 Feb. 1849; m. 1871,
Isabella, dau. of W. T. Webb, Esq.

I. Mary.

II. Elizabeth, m. 1872, J. E. Headech, Esq., and has issue.

III. Bridget. iv. Anna.

Mr. Minnitt d. 1882, and was s. by his son, the present Charles
Goring Minnitt, Esq.

Anns — Arg., three helmets, beavers open sa., garnished or.

Crest — A helmet, as in the arms. Motto — 'Virtute et arrais.

Heat — Anaghbeg, Nenagh.



MIBEHOTJSE OF HAMBROOK.

MiEEHOtrsE, Rev. John, of Hambi'ook, co. Glou-
cester, and Colsterworth, co. Lincoln, Rector of
Colsterworth, M.A. of Clare Coll. Cambridge, b.
15 Dec. 1839.

Liineag-e.— This family takes its surname, which was
anciently written, Myrehouse and Myrehowse, from the
"house" of the mere or lake, and resided at Myrcsyke. It
claims to be Saxon, and the Myresyke estate is stated to have
been in the possession of the family from the time of Edward
THE Confessor. In the reign of Henry 'VIII.,

John Myrehouse, Esq. of Myresyke and Mosergh, Cumber-
land, gave up certain lands to the King at the dissolution of
the rehgious houses, and in the 3rd year of Edward YI- Sir



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William Grey, Knt., Lord Grey de Wilton, had licence to
alienate the lands belonging to Peter Myrehouse. John Myre-
bonse, of Myresake, had two sons,

John Mtrehotse and Peter Myrehouse. The former is
mentioned in a deed bearing date the 30th of April, in the
ISthyearof the reign of James I., and d. leaving two sons,
John and William : John d. young, aiid the property passed
j-nto the hands of the younger,

William Mtkeuouse, Esq. of Myresyke, who had four
children, John ; Ann ; Barbara ; and Jennet.

John Myrehouse, Esq, of Myresyke, the only son, 6. 1(329;
<;. 1704, and left, by Jane his wife, John; Moses; Mary; and
JIartha.

John Mtkebouse, of Myresyke, the elder son, b. 1C79 ; r/i.
1703, Mary Dickenson, of Kedhow, Lamplugh, and d. 1771,
aged 92, leaving by his wife (who d. 1776, aged 97 years),

I. John, of Myresyke, b. 1705; m. 1725, Elizabeth, dan. of
W. Wood, Esq. of Lowhouso Lorton (whose mother lived
TO the age of 105 years) and d. 1807, aged 101, leaving
is-jue,

1 John, of Myresyke, 6. 1742 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of J.
Dickinson, Esq., and d. s. p. 1811.
■2 Jonathan (Rev.), d. unm.

3 Joseph b. 1748 ; m. Maria, dau. of — Monscl, of Castle
Donogrogan, co. Limerick, and had a son,
John, b. 1800; r,i. Anne, dau. of C. Moore, Esq., and
left a son, John Mirchouse, a Capt. (retired).

II. Thomas, of whom presently.

HI. Jonathan, b. 1723; m., and had four sons and a dau.

I. Isabel, b. 1707 ; d. 1728.

II. Jane, b. 1709; m. 1733, William Pearson, Esq. of Fancrs;
andd. 1790, aged 81.

III. Mary, 6. 1711, founded and endowed a school at Mockcr-
ton; d. 1793, aged 82.

IV. Margaret, b. 1713; to. 1748, John Longmire, Esq. of
Thnishbank ; d. aged 92.

V. Ann, b. 1717; m. 1749, Peter Iredalc, Esq. of Muncaster:
d. 1799, aged 82.

VI. Martha, m. Benjamin Key, Esq. of Lorton.

The 2nd son,

ItEv. Tho-mas Mirehouse, Canon of Peterborough. Kcctor
of Etton, and Rector of Wilford, b. 1716; m. 1748, Elizabeth,
(Juu. of J. ToiTy, Esq., and widowof Thomas Linthwaite,Esq.,
and had issue, i. John; ii. Thomas Torry, b. 1755; d. 1757;
I. Elizabeth, buried in Peterborough Cathedral, 15 Feb. 1844,
aged 93. Eev. Thomas Mirehouse, d. 18 Jan. 1769, and was s.
by his son,

.John Mirehouse, Esq., Fellow of Clare Coll. Cambridge, of
Angle and Brownslade, co. Pembroke, J. P. and D.L. for that
f(i., and High Sheriff 1805, b. 1751 ; m. 1788, Blary, sister of
Sir John Edwards, Bart., of Garth and Machynlleth, co. Mont-
gomery, M.P., and d. 26 March, 1823, leaving by her (who d.
Si) Nov. 1856, aged 91) three sons,

• I. John Campbell, of Brownslade and Angle, J. P. and D.L
tor COS. Pembroke and Middlesex, Serjeant-at-I.aw and
Common Serjeant of London, b. 26 June, 1789; ;/'. 1823,
Elizabeth, dau. of John Fisher, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury,
Preceptor to the Prince.ss Charlotte of Wales, and d. 18
Feb. 1850, having had issue by her (who d. 6 Dec. 1S80),

1 John, his successor, ,T.P. and D.L. en. Pembroke, and
Barrister-at-Law, b. 1826; m. 1863, Louisa, dau. of S, 0.
Lewis, Esq. ; and d. Jan. 1864. She d. 2 Oct. 1SS4.

2 Evelyn, J. P. Pembroke, and Lieut. 71st Highlanders, 6.
1832; d. Aug. 1863.

1 Elizabeth Mary, m. 1848, Richard Byrd Levett, Esq. of
Milford Hall, co. Stafford, J. P. and D.L., and by him
<who d. July, 1888). had issue, Richard W^alter Byrd,
who has assumed the name of Mirehouse, and is now

: of Angle (whom see).

2 Mary, m. Gen. Lewis, of the Grenadier Guards, of
Chester Square, London.

3 Fanny. 4 Emma.

5 Agnes, to. 1852, Rev. Cecil E'lward Fisher, Prebendary
of Lincoln, and Vicar of St. Peters, Bournemouth, and
has issue.
II. WiUiam Squire (Kcv.), of Hambrook Grove, co. Glou-
cester, Rector of Colsterworth, co. Lincoln, Perpetual
Curate of Fishponds, co. Gloucester, and Chaplain to ll.R.H.
Princess Sophia, J. P. for cos. Pembroke and Gloucester,
b. 21 Dec. 1790; m. 2 Feb. 1832, Eliza Brunetta, only dau.
of George Arthur Herbert, Esq, of Glan Hafrcn and Llan-
llugan, CO. Montgomery, and d. 26 March, 1864, leaving by
her (who d. 30 June, 1S74) issue,

1 John, now of Hambrook.

2 William Edwai-d, M.A , Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's
Inn, Recorder of WenlocK, b. 28 Oct. 1844.

1 Geort;iana Eliza, m. 16 June, 1865, Rev. Frank Burges,
Rector of Winterboume, Gloucester, who d. 24 July,
1875, leaving issue, Frank, Lieut. Gloucester Regt. ;
Daniel, and Georgiana E.ssie.

2 Maiy Cornelia Brunetta. 3 Esther Avarina.
II.



III. Thomas Henry (Rev.), of St. George's IMII, Somerset,
Vicar of St. George's Rector of Harlaxton, co. Lincoln, and
Prebendary of South Grantham, twin with William Squire,
r.K 20 March, 1835, Millicent, third dau. of Philip J. Miles,
ICsq.. M.P., of Leigh Court, Somerset, and Kingsweston,
CO. Gloucester, J. P. for cos. Pembroke and Somerset, and
d. 1866, leaving issue,

1 Henry John, of St. George's Hill, Bristol, J P. for
Somerset, late Capt. N. Somerset Yeomanry, 6. 21 Dec.
1835; m. 1801, Anna, dau. of Rev. George Tierney
Pkoche, and by her (who d. 1872) has Henry George, b.
1862, m. Annie Louise, dau. of late F. Foster, Esq. of
Lvonsdown, and other issue.

2 Philip John, b. 1838; d. 1867.

S Arthur William Leigh, Capt. in the army, served in the
Persian War and Indian Mutiny, b. J839,
I Millicent Mary, ra. 17 April, 1860, Eev. C. T. Wilton,
Vicar of Foy, co. Hereford.
Arms—Gn., a bend arg., billett(^e sa. Crest— Kx\ armed arm
holding a sword, all ppr. Motto — Qualis ab incepto.

Sc'fi/s— Colsterworth, Grantham, and Hambioak Grove
Bri.stol.

Chcfis— Arthur's and Piccadilly.



MIKEHOUSE OF ANGLE.

MiEEHOUSE, EiCHAED Waltek Btrd, Esq. of
the Hall, Angle, co. Pembroke, J.P., Hi<^h Sherift',
1886, Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. 4th North Staf-
fordshire Eegt., b. 5 Mav, 18-49; m. June, 1881,
Marj Beatrice, youngest dau. of Thomas Entwistle,
Esq. of Wolhayes, co. Hants, and has issue, three
daus.

Mr. Eichard Walter Byrd Mirehouse has
assumed the name of Mirehouse, and is the eldest
son of tlie late Richard Byrd Levett, Esq. of Mil-
ford Hall, CO. Stalford {which see), by Elizabeth
Mary, his wife, dau. of John Mirehouse, Esq. of
Brownslade and Angle, co. Pembroke, Common
Serjeant of the City of London. {See Mirehouse
of H ami rook).

■Seai— The Hall, ."Vnglo, co. Pembroke.



FOEBES-MITCHEIili OF THAINSTONE.

Forbes-Mitchell, Jane Maria, of Thainstone,
CO. Aberdeen, elder dau. of Thomas James Eawson,
Esq. of Barrowville, co. Carlow, and widowof John
Forbes-Mitchell, Esq. J.P. and D.L., F.S.A., I.
2.5 June, 1843, whom she m. 28 July, 1870, and who
d. s. p. 25 April, 1882.

Lineage. — This is a branch of the family of Forbes of
C'raigierar, who.se chief is now Lord Sempill {s(.e that title in
Burke's Peeraoi).

Duncan Forbes, 3rd son of Sir Arthur Forbes, 4th Bart of
Craigievar, by his 2nd wife, Margaret, dau. of Strachan of
Balgall, 6. 26 March, 1757, assumed, under deed of entail,
executed by his father 1772, the name and arms of Mitchell
of Thainstone, in memory of Sir Andrew Mitchell, K.B., of
Thainstone, by whom the estates of Thain.stone and F.aster
Beltie were left to Sir Arthur. He jij. 27 March, 1777, Catharine
Ann, 2nd dau. of William i'raser, Esq. of Fraserfield, grand-
son of William, Lord Saltoun, and his wife, Lady Katharine,
dau. of David Erskine, 9th Earl of Buchan, and had issue,
Arthur Andrew, his heir.

William. Duncan. John.

Alexander, &. 1788; m. 1811, Janet, eldest dau. of Sir
William Forbes, Bart., and d. 1843, leaving two sons and
five daus.
Henry David, of Balgowric, J.P. and D.L., m. 1816, Mar-
garet Fraser, heiress of Fiasertield, eldestdau. of Alexander
Eraser, Esq,, and had (with six daus.) two .sons, Duncan, of
Balgownie, and Henry Erskine, of Kinmundy (sec Forbes
of B'llfjownie).
Maiiffield, deceased.

Rachel, d. s. v- Margaret, d. «. p.

Mr. Forbes-Mitchell d. Oct. 1796, and was .«. by his eldest son,
Arthur Andrew Forres-Mitchell, b. 1779 ; d. 3 May, ISOl,
and was s. by his brother.

William Forhes-Mitchell, E.X., b. 31 .Vug. 1782; d. 11
May, 1808 ; s. by his brother,

Duncan Forbes-Mitchell, b. 17S4 ; d. 7 March, 1812 ; s. by
his brother,
John Forbes-Mitchell, of Thainstone, b. 1785; in. 8 Feb.

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1S09, Ann, dan. of George Powell, Esq., Licut.-Col. H.E.I.Co.'s
Artillery, and had,

I. DcNCAjf, his heir.

II. John George, t>. 4 March, 1814; m. 17 June, 1837, Eliza
Maria, dau. 6f John Lcckie, Esq., and rf. 1860, leaving
issue,

1 Charles Pultcney, 6. 1840, Col. 2nd Batt. Prince of
Wales's Lcinster licgt., m. Hannah, dau. of Joh



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