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lvy, 6. 13 March, 1878.

III. Bertram Thomas Carlyle Ogilvy, b. 2 June, 18S0.

IV. John Power Bertram Ogilvy, 6. 31 Jan. 1S80.

I. Frances Georgiana, b. 20 Nov. 1870.

II. Iris Elizabeth, 6. 28 Feb. 1879.
m. Joan, b. 17 Oct. 1887.

Mr. Algernon Bertram Freeman-'Mitford was
educated at Eton and Oiford, entered the E'oreign
Office 1858, served in the Diplomatic Corps at
Peking, St. Petersburg, and in Japan, resigned
1873, was Secretary in H.M.'s Office of Works
from 1874 to 1886, and was made a Companion of
the Bath 7 Dec. 1882, served as a Commissioner on
the Offices of State, 1886. He s. to the estates of
the late Earl of Redesdale on his death s. p. 1S86,
and assumed in consequence, by roval licence, the
names and arms of Freeman in addition to those of

Xiineag'e. — John Mitford, of London, Merchant, 3rd son
of Robert Mitford, Esq. of Mitford Castle (see thatfumUy), by
Philadelphia his wife, dan. of Humphrey Wharton, Esq. of
Gillingwood, vi. Sarah, dau. and co-heir of Henry Powell, of
London, and had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Samuel, d. leaving issue.

III. John, d. s. p.

IV. Charles, d. s. p.

I. Philadelphia, m. Sir George Marttyns, Knt., and d. 1722.

II. Harbara.

Mr. John Mitford d 1720, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Mitford, Esq. of Newttm, and of Gilbury Rouse,
Hants, »!. Margaret, dau. of Robert Edwards, Esq. of Wing-
field, Berks, and dying 1747, was s. by his only surviving son,
John Mitford, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, of
Kewton, and of Exbury House, Hants, m. 13 Sept. 1740, Eliza-
beth, dau. of Willey lieveley, Esq. of Newton Undenvood
and Throphill, Northumberland, and Xewby-super-Wiske, co.
York, by whom (who became sole heir of her brothers, and d.
1797,1 he had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. John, bred to the bar, and having filled the offices of .Solici-
tor and Attorney-General in England, and of Speaker of the
House of Commons, was appointed Lord Chancellor of Ire-
land, upon the decease of the Earl of Clare In 1802, and
elevated to the peerage of the U.K. 15 Feb. .'ame year, as
Baron Redesdale, of Rtdesdale, co. Northumberland. He
m. 6 June, 1803, Frances, dau. of John, 2nd Earl of Eg-
mont. Ho assumed, in 1»09, on succeeding to the estates
of Thomas Edwards-Freeman, Esq. of Batsford Park, co.
Gloucester, the surname and ,irms of Freeman, and d.
16 Jan. Ib30, leaving issue by his wife, who had d. 22 Aug.

1 John Thomas, 2nd Lord Redesdale, M.A., D.C.L., F.S.A.,
Chairman of Committees, House of Lords, 6. 9 Sept. ISO.i,
was raised to an earldom 3 Jan. 1877, but d. unia. 2 May,
1886, when all his honours became extinct, but was s. in
his estates by his cousin, Algernon Bertram Mitford, Esq.,
who thereupon assumed his name and arms.

1 Frances Elizabeth, d. 7 Nov. 1&06.

2 Catheiine, d. young.

3 Elizabeth, d. young.

I. Mary, d. vnm.

II. Frances, d. unm.

ui. Philadelphia, d. unm. 1806.
Mr. Mitford d. 1761, and was .?. by his elder son,

William Mitford, Esq. of Exbury, Hants, of Newton Park,
Northumberland, and of Newby-super-Wiske, co. York, M.P.
for Beeralston and New Romney, col. of South Hants Militia,
b. 10 Feb. 1744. This eminent scholar, the accomplished
historian of Greece, m. 18 May, 1766, Frances, dau. of James
Molloy, Esq. of Dublin, by Annie his wife, dau. of Henry Pye,
Esq. of Farringdon, and had issue.

William, d. v. p. unm. 1790.

Henry, Capt. E.N., b. 12 Sept. 1769, lost at sea in the "York "•

man-of-war, in the lifetime of his father, Christmas Eve,
1803. Capt. Mitford m. 1st, 1796, Louisa, dau. of Anthony
Wyke, Esq., Attorney-General at Montserrat, and had a
son, William Rcveley, who d. an infant, and two dau*..
Frances, m. 9 March, 1829, her cousin, Bertram Mitford,
Esq. of Mitford Castle, and Louisa, d. unm. aged 27. He
m. 2ndly, 1803, Mary, dau. of the Hon. David Anstrulher.
and by her left an only child, Henry Revelet, who «. his

John, TO. twice, and d. IS.*!], leaving issue. His eldest son,
John (Rev.), Vicar of Manaccan, Cornwall, d. 19 March,

Bertram, LL.D., of the Inner Temple, a Commissioner of
Bankrupts in Ireland, m. 24 May, 1806, Frances, 2nd f^-TU.
of John Vernon, Esq. of Clontarf Castle, co. Dublin, aJiU
had issue.

Charles, d. young.

Frances, d. unm. 20 Aug. 1780.

Col. Mitford d. at Exbury, 8 Feb. 1827, and was s. by his grand-

Henry Eeveley Mitford, Esq. of Exbury, Hants, and New-
ton Park, Northumberland, J. P. and D.L., b. 21 June, 1804; m.
28 Feb. 1828, Lady Georgiana Jemima Ashburnham, 3rd dau.
of George, 4th Earl of Ashburnham, and had surviving issue,

I. Percy, BaiTistcr-at-Law, late 2nd Sec. Leg. at Berlin, July,
1883, m. 14 April, 1863, Hon. Emily Marion Egerton, dau. of
1st Lord Egerton, of Tatton, and d. 27 June, 1884.

II. Henry, twin with Percy.

in. Algernon Bertram, of Batsford Park.

Mr. H. R. Mitford d. Dec. 1S83.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st ;ind 4rh, for Mitford. arg. a fesse be-
tween tree moles sa. ; 2nd and 3rd, for Freeman, az. three
fusils in fcsse or, a canton erm. Crast — 1st, for Mitford, two
hands couped at the wrist ppr. grasping a sword erect arg. the
point and hilt or, the blade enfiled with a boar's head erased
sa.; 2nd, for Freeman, a demi-wolf arg. supiiorting between the
jjaws a fusil or, gorged with a collar dancette gu. Motto — God
careth for us.

Seats — Batsford Park, Moreton in Marsh, co. Gloucester, and
Birdhope Craig, Redesdale, co. Northumberland.

C(Mi)s— Travellers', Carlton and Marlborough.



Mitford, Lieut. -Col. William Kexto?t, of
Pitshill, Petworth, Susses, J.P., Lieut .-Col. Com-
manding Duke of Cambridge's Hussars, Middlesex
Yeo. Cav. late Capt. 8th Hussars, b. 7 Oct. 1857 ;
m. 1 June, 1886, Cicely Maud, dau. of "Wjndham
Slade, Esq. of Montys Court, Taunton.

Liineagre. — This is a juniorbranch of Mitford o/3/iC/oro!
Ca.<tle, derived from William Mitford, Esq. of Petworth,
Sussex, 4lh son (by .Anne his wife, elder dau. and co-heir oi
John Ashton, Esq. of Burn, co. York, 2nd son of Sir Ralph
Asbton, Bart.) of Robert Mitford, Esq. of Mitford Castle,
Sheriff of Northumberland 1697. He m. 1st, Miss Herbert,
and 2ndly, Miss \\'icker, of Petworth, and by the latter left a

William Mitford, Esq. of Pitshill, Treasurer of Sussex, m.
Frances Dippery, dau. and co-heir of Milward Rowc, Esq.,
and by her had, with tive daus., two sons, of whom,

Charles Mitford, Esq. of Pitshill, Treasurer of Sussex, m.
1813, Margaret, dau. of Richard Greaves Townley, Esq. of
Fulbourn and Beaupre, co. Cambridge, M.P., and by her (who
d. 1867) left at his decease, 30 Oct. 1831, a dau. Fanny, to. 30
May, 1844, Col. Osbaldeston Mitford, of Mitford, co. Northum-
berland, and Hunmanby, co. Y'ork, and one son and heir,

William Townley Mitford, Esq. of Pitshill, B.A., J.P.
and D.L., Hifth Sheriff 1847, M.P. for Midburst 1859 to 1874,
6. 29 Jime, 1817 ; m. 7 Oct. 18.o.=>, Hon. Margaret Emma^ dau.
of Lloyd, 3rd Lord Kenyon, and had issue,

I. William Kenyon, now of Pitshill.

II. Charles Lloyd, b. 19 June, 1860.

III. Cuthbcrt, b. 5 July, 1803; d. 18SS.
I. Sybil, b. 27 Feb. 1866.

Mr. Mitford d. 18 April, 1889.

Arms and Ci-est- Same as JIitford oj M^'ford Castle.
6co£— Pitshill, Petworth, Sussex.


MoENS, William John Charles, Esq. of Tweed,
CO. Southampton, County Councillor, a Commis-
sioner of Income andLand Taxes, F.S.A., b. 12 Aug.
1833 ; m. 3 Aug. 1863, Anne, 6th dau. of the late





Thomas Wavltcrs, Esq. of Hcatlifield Park, Adding-
ton, CO. Suri'cy.

Lineagre. — The name of this aniuent. family is derived
from the town cf Mons, iu Hainault, and the first niemher to
lie found on record is Godkfbidus df, Monte, who, in the year
1200, appeai-s in a charter of Henry, Duke of Lothairingia.
His .son,

Joannes pe Monte, in charters of the same duke, dated
1233 and 12.'!6, is termed "Consono"and " Conzo," wliich,
taken witli the fact that his descendant, Joannes, in the next
century bore the royal arms of Urabant on his shield, causes
it to he .supposed th.nt this family sprang from that of the
Dukes of Brabant, the more so as some of the early members
of this latter race were also called De Mons. This Joannes
de Monte, described as " Vir Nobilis," in 1234, had, by Mar-
garcta, his wife, a son,

GoDtriuDcs DE Monte, or de Mons, who Was of age in 1221,
«i. Heyhvidis de Anglia. His son,

Ar.NOLDiTS DE BIoNTE, wlio d. tcforc 1295, m. Catharine,
dau. of Kverardus de Wilde. His son,

Goi>E>T.iDDs de Monte, or de Mons, mentioned in the list of
the nobles of Honry I., Duke of Brabant, was in 1287 Eehevin
of Brussels, as being of one of the seven patrician families of
that city called Steenwegen, whose armories the family of De
Mons long bore, as reported in their gtrvealogy given in
Eutkens Trophces du Vuch^dc Brabant (Sup, vol. i., p. 4.)6),
the original MS. of which, attested by the heralds of the
Netherlands in 1725, is still in the possession of the family.
He m. 1st, Beatrix van Axpocle, and 2ndly, Cathelyne, dau.
of Wilhelmus van Leyningen, by both of whom he had issue.
His second son by Cathelyne,

Jacqdes de Mons, Eehevin of Brussels 1306-35, d. before
1349; VI. 1306, Isabella, dau. of Otto de Walhain, whose
armories were quartered by his descendants. He had issue
ly her,

I. GoDEFRiDFS, his heir.

II. .loannes Mons or Moens.

«. Catharina Mons or DIocns, m. Joannes de Zenna.

GoDEFRiDos DE or VAN Mons, Eehevin of Brussels 1333-41,
m. 1st, Elizabeth de Coninck, s.'p., and 2ndly, Isabel de Her-
toghe, by whom he had issue,

t. WiLHELMOs, his heir.

ii. Joannes de Mons and Moens, d. before 13S4; m. Mar-
guerite, dau. of Henry Soys and Catharine de Wolf, and left
is.sue, from whom descends the branch of Henry, Count de
Moens, whose niece, Maria Magdaleiia Moens, in the first
yeai-s of this century, being the last survivor, bequeathed
the whole of her veiy largo fortune to the Koman Catholic
institutions of Amsterdam.

WiLUELMOs VAN MoNS, d. 1372 ; m. Alaide de Pape. He had
hy her (with other issue) an eldest son,

WiLLEM VAN MoNS, 7)1. Elizabeth, dau. of Gosuin Metten-
schacht and Elizabeth de Mol, by whom he had issue,

WiLLEM VAN Mons, Eehevin of Brussels 1408-19. During
an insurrection in the latter year against Jean IV., Duke of
Brabant, he, vith thirteen other patricians, was seized by the
Count of .St. I'ol, and was executed in the market-place of
Brussols. He ra. Marie, dau. of Jean de Leu, Chevaher, and
Marie Boet«, by whom he had issue,

WiLLEM VAN Mons, Eehevin of Brussels 1438-50. He pur-
chased 6 Sept. 1449, of Messirc Jehan de Corbais, the
seignturie of Chastre. He rf. 7 Oct. 1471, and to. 1st, Mar-
guerite, dau. of Wauter de Fameliereux, dit Geldernaken, by
whom lie had issue,

I. WiLLEM, his heir.

»i. Jan van Mons, Chevalier, who received from his brother
W'illem by deed, dated 12 June, 1474. the seigneurie of
Chastre. He d. 14«4, having to. Agnese van Wyck, by
whom be had issue, with other children, Willem van Mons,
Sr. de Chastre, who ia. Joanna, dau. of Engelbert van
Geldermaken, dit de Jodoigne. The latter, by conveyance,
dated 14 Dec. 149a, ceded to his son-in-law, Willem van
Mons, tlic Vicomte de Jodoigne. He d. leaviag three daus.

ITc III. 2ndly, Margricte van de AYiele, by whom he also had


Willem van Mons, Sr. de Cha.strc, which he ceded by deed

to his brother, Jan, and selling other landed property in

Urabant, left that province. He m. andrf. before 1484, having

liail {.(^ue,

I. Willem, his heir.

u. Adiuen Moen3, </. Dec. 1535, leaving, by Heyltgcn hi ■

Willem, of The Hague,
t. Ileloua Moens, d. 5 Dec. 1513, at Geervliet, in Holland.

Willem van Mons, or Moens, of Geervliet, in the island
of Voorne, Holland, joined, 20 Jau. 1485, with his cousin
Willem, successor of Jan van Mons, Chevalier, in the sale of
some property in the parish of Anderlecht, near Brussels. He
d. 23 Sept. 1512, having ii!. Henrietta van der Mase, who d.
3 Oct. 1514, and was buried with her husband at Geervliet,
leaving issue,

I. PiETER, who succeeds.

II. Diick, d. 17 Dee. 1518 ; buried at Geervliet.

PiETEB Moons, or Moens, of The Hague, Holland, was ap-
pointed by letters patent of the Emperor Chables V. Itcceiver-
General of his revenues in Holland ; h. Oct. 148S ; d. 31 Oct.
1545 ; m. 1st, 1517, Agatha, dau. of Pauwel Deym, by whom
he had issue,

I. Anna, 6. 28 March, 1519; m. 8 Nov. 153G, Aelbrecht, son
of Jan van der Aa, and left issue.
Ho m. 2ndly, 15 Feb. 1521, Margricte, dau. of Eeynier de
Jonge, who d. 20 July, 1623, by whom he had issue,

I. Keynier, of the Jongfrau Yda Street, Hague, a member of
the High Council and Procureur General, 6. 21 June, 1523,
<'. 6 Sept. 1571 (bur. in St. Jaqucs Church, Antwerp;, hav-
ing m. 3 Sept. 1549, Cunera, dau. of Hendiick van der Haer
and Cunera van Essche, by whom he had issue,

1 Hendrick, Master of the Court of Orphans at The

1 Margi-iete, b. 29 June, 1563 ; m. Jan, son of Jan van
Persijn and Alijd Gave, Councillor and Alderman of
Amsterdam, by whom she left issue.
He m. Srdly, 1523, Johanna, dau. of Jan van Sompeke, Eehe-
vin of Antwerp, and Elizabeth van der Dijck, by whom he had

II. Willem, who succeeds.

III. Jan, b. 15 March, 1528; d. s. p.

IV. Charles, b. 29 July, 1531 ; d. young,
v. Charles, 6. 27 Sept. 1633 ; d. s. p.

VI. Pieter, b. 30 Kov. 1535 ; d. s. p.

II. Agatha, 6. 1 March, 1526 ; vi. Jacob Eyes.

III. Dympna, b. 29 Jan. and d. 10 May, 1527.

IV. Helena, b. 3 May, and d.23 Sept. 1531.

V. Maria, b. 1 Sept. and d. 22 Nov. 1532.

VI. Anna, b. U Dec 1534; d. 14 Feb. 1535.

VII. Dympna, b. 18 Oct. 1536; d. s. p.

VIII. Maria, b. 21 Nov. 1537; m. Pault^s Svvijckcr, of
Antwerp, and had issue.

IX. Marguerite, b. 27 Nov. 1538, d. s. p.

X. Anna, b. IB Sept. and d. 4 Oct. 1540.

XI. Magdalena, 6. 24June, 154I-, li. 24 June; 1613, at Utrecht,
She m- 1st, Don Franciscus Valdez, General of the Spanish
Army that besieged Leyden 1573 and 1574, who d. 1581, at
Luxemburg, by whom she bad issue two sons, who d. young.
She TO. 2ndly, Willem, son of Philip de Bie, of K'jswijck.
She m. Srdly, 1597, Joriaen, son of Werner van Lennep,
and widower of Marie van Durvenvoorde, of the house te
Werve at Voorburg.

Willem Moens, of TheHague, b. 26 Nov. 1524 ; d. 1552; to.
Elizabeth, dau. of Engelbrccht Dondari. She re-married, as
widow, Baptista de Monte Valdona, of Dordrecht. He had
issue by her, a son, who succeeds,

Pieter Moens, Governor of the town of Brielle, in Holland,
1595, where he d. June, 1605. By his 1st wife he had issue,

I. Pieter, who succeeds.

II Cornelis, 6. 1590, Capt. K.N. Holland, 1623; d. at sea,
25 Dee. 1027, and was bur. at Elseneur. He to. Aeltje Claer
van Solkema, by whom he left issue,
Lammetje, who d. young.
Ho TO. 2ndly, Susanna, dau. of Willem van Blois, called
Treslong, Admiral of Holland, and Cornelia van den Heuvel.
She, after her husband's death, to. 2ndly, 10 Oct. 1608, Cornelis
Pijnackcr, D.C.L., Ambassador from the States of Holland to
the Beys of Algiers and Tunis, 1623-24, to demand the libera-
tion of the Christian .slaves, in which mission he was accom-
panied by his son-in-law, Capt. Cornelis Moens. He had issue
by her,

III. Willem, b. 26 Feb. 1595.

IV. Jan, 6. 2 June, 1599, Pensionarisof Rotterdam, Advocate
Fiscaal of Holland, and Member of the High Council. He
d. 6 March, 1069, at The Hague.

I. Agneta, b. 9 Feb. 1597 ; m. at Groningen, Jan, son ol Jan
de Schepper, and left issue.

II. Magdulcna, b. 10 Oct. 1601.

III. Heilwich Elizabeth, 6. 26 Sept. 1604; d. March, 1684-
Pieter Moens, b. 1588 ; d. 1069 ; Lieutenant in the Guards of

Prince Maurice IGll; Captain in the service of the King of
Sweden 1612-14. He was present at the siege of 'S Hertogen-
bosch, and was afterwards appointed to the charge of the
fabric of the castle of Buren by Frederick Henry, Prince of
Orange ; m. Gertrude, dau. of Jaa Eootbeen, by whom he had






I. Maria. ii. Anna, d. s. p.

lIiLLEEKA>T) MoEsa, of Buren, in th<? province of Gclderland
(testament dated 1709), m. 1658, Catherine, dau. of Cornelis
%-an Maarseveea, by wJioai he left issue,

I. Heneicds, who succeeds.

II. Cornelis, 6. Iudo; d. younjj.

HI. Eeynier, 6. 3 Dec. 16d9; d. 1751 ; m. 9 June, 1715. Anna
van Arcom, hy whom hi- had issue, withothei-s, Hillebrand,
IJursomaster of Buren, and Antony, whence the branch of
Leiderdorp and Delftsliaven.

IV. I'ieter, o. 1671 ; d. 1735; to. 1st, 7 March, 169S, Petroneila
van Uuyven, and 2ndly, 12 June, 1712, Sophia van Driel,
and left issue by both.

V. Johannes, d. 31 May, 1677, Attorney at Buren.

Ti. Dirck, 6. 26 Sept. 1688; m. Jannet Moesbergen, and left
J. Aletta, m. Van Hoeven.

II. Gertruida. iir. Sophia.
iv. Elizabeth, ni. Bosman, and left issue.

V. Maria, b. 20 Sept. 1688; d. 1 March, 17G4; m. David
Livingsion, and left issue.

llENiiicr,s MoKNS, Echevin of Buren, 6. 16C4; 7«. 1st, 5
May, 1700, Cornelia van Steenis, and 2ndly, 24 Dec. 1738, Maria
Venveg. He had issue by his 1st wife,

I. Ai>r.iAxcs, who succeeds.

u. Hillebrand, b. G May, 1703 ; d. young.

III. Hillebrand, 6. 9 Feb. 170G; d. at Amsterdam, 26 Oct.
1767. He 'iii. 1st, 1733, AnnaMarsaretha duTour (rf. 1737),
by whom he had issue, and 2udly, 25 3Iay, 1738, Maria
Leur, by whoai he also had issue.

Adbiancs Moens, of Eotterdam, 6. 28 March, 1701 ; d. 20
April, 175S; w. 25 Jan. 1724, Catharina, dau. of Antony van
Kransburg, and Lydia van der Meer, who d. 2 Aug. 1759, by
•whom he had issue,

I. Hent.icus, who succeeds.

I. Lydia, rf. 21 Oct. 1791; m. 8 May, 1749, Jacob, son of
Matiheus de Bergh, and had issue, with two other daus.,
Catharina Sophia de Bergh, 6. 22 Jan. 1758 ; vi. 29 Oct.
1780, her cousiii, Adrianus Moens.

II. Neeltje, r.i. 26 Nov. 1750, Eev. Paulus Rutgers, D.D.,
son of Abraham Kutgers, and Wilhelmina van der Valli,
and had issue, nine children.

Ueneicus EIoens, of Eotterdam, merchant, h. 1 Oct. 1731;
■d. 8 May, 1809. He m. 1st, 27 Oct. 1752, Anna Sophia, dau. of
Simon Bernelot and AUetta van Bergen. He m. 2ndly, 28
March, 1798, Gertrude Grocneveld, widow of Arend van der
A'elden. He m. Srdly, 9 Nov. 1808, Christiana Meynhardt.
He had issue by his Ist wife,

I. AcrjAN', who succeeds.

II. Simon Bek.nelot, of whom hereafter.

1. Aletta, d. 22 July, 1800, m. 28 Oct. 1781, Laurens, son of

Willem van d-T Sluijs.
n. Catbarina Lydia, b. G Oct. 1765 ; in. 27 Sept. 1790, Wouter

Johannes Schellinck, and left is»ue, with others, Aletta, d.

14 Dec. 1-Go; m. her cousin, Willem Moens.

III. Lidia Jacoba, lit. 27 Nov. 1791, Franqois Leonardus van
Eijnden, and left issue.

Adrian Moens, naturalized by Act of Parliament 49 Geo.
III., Consul for the Kingdom of the Netherlands at Bristol, b.
.at Eotterdam, 11 Feb. 1757 ; d. at Bristol, 18 May, 1829. He
■40,. 1st, 20 Oct. 1780, his cousin, Catherina Sophia de Bergh,
jiientioned above, who d. 18 Jan. 1873, leaving issue,

I. Hcndrick, t. 2 Jan. 1733 ; d. young.

Hen». 2ndly, at Rotterdam, 15 Aug. 1785, Sarah, dau. of Wil-
liam Dunn, Esq. of Dublin, K.C , and Margaret Bruce his
■wife. She d. SO May, 1836, leaving issue,

II. William, who succeeds.

III. Hendrick, b. 2 July, 1794 ; d. at Bristol, 16 Aug. 1815.

IV. John, 6. 18 April, 1797; 7ii. at Arequipa, Peru, Donna
Paula de Prado, drowned at Cruses, in the Isthmus of
Danen, 10 Dec. 1842, and left issue.

I. Anna Sophia, d. yo mg. ii. Margaret, d. voung.

ill. Henrietta, d. 9 Jan. 1866; vi. 28 Sept. 1816,'Eiehurd

Sniitli, Esq. of Downfield, Gloucestershire, and left issue,

whence alliances with Norcott, Eraser, Blayne-Smith, Cow-

per, and Abaey.
IV. Gertrude, d. 22 Jan. 1869 ; »;. 20 Feb. 1827, Charies

Washington Lovegroye, Esq. of Tulse HiU, co. Surrey, and

left issue.

William Moens, of Eotterdam, merchant, h. there S March,
1788; d. 21 March, 1854: m. 8 July, 1818, his cousin, Aletta,
■dau. of Johannes ScUelhnck and Catharina Lidia Moens his
wife, by whom he had issue,

I. Adri-en, of Rotterdam and The Hague, 6. 14 March, 1822 ;
d. s. -p. 19 July, 1822; m. 9 June, 1852, Grace, dau. of the
late Sir James Henry Turing, Bart., H.M. Consul at Rotter-
dam, ani Antoinette, dau. of the late Sir Alexander Ferrier,

u., b. 21 Sept. 1828 ; d. 13 Dec. 1877; in. 13 Oct.

1358, Johanna Gertruida, dau. of Pieter Henry Tromp, of
Rotterdam, and left i.^suc.

III. Hendrick, 6. 4 April, 1830; ?i!. 18 Jul}', 18G0, Henrietta
WUhelmina, dau. of Willam van de Leeuw, and has issue.

IV. Waltherus Johannes, b. 10 Jan. 1825; d. 13 Aug. 182G.

V. Walter Johannes, 6. 27 Feb. 1832; d. 18 Nov. 1^38.

VI. Charles, of Rotterdam, merchant, b. 3 Nov. 1837; in.
25 Feb. 1865, Clara Henrietta Gertruida Hubertina, dau. of
Augustus Loersch, of Frankfort, and has issue, four daus.
and one son.

I. Sara, d. young.

II. Catharina Lidia, d. 1883; m. 7. Nov. 1849, Herman
Kruijff, of Rotterdam, and has issue.

HI. Anna .Sophia, d,. young.

IV. Henrietta, d. young. v. Aletta, d. s. p. 1856.

Simon Bebnelot Moens, Esq. of Rotterdam, 6. 16 Aug. 1772;
(/. at Birmingham, 31 Dec. 1850; ?it.4Aug. 1793, Anne, dau. of
Jacob de Prill and Johanna Carolina Jacobi, his wife. She d.
16 Aug. 1828, and left issico,

I. Hendriek, Lieut -Col. in the Dutch Service, 6. 15 June,
1794 ; d. 2» Dee. 1858. He. to. 1st, Johanna Theodora
Maria, dau. of Major Johan Pieter Krank ; she rf. 25 April,
1830, leaving issue. He to. 2ndly, 11 July, 1850, WUhel-
mina Dorothea, dau. or Jacob Nicolaas Laurentius, by whom
be had issue, one son and one dau.

II. Jacob, of whom presently.

III. Johan Carel, of Rotterdam, 6. 15 March, 1799; d. 13
Jan. 1867: vi. 24 May, 1826, Luberta Cornelia, dau. of
Jacobus Bartholomeus Boll, by whom he left four sons and
five daus.

IV. Simon, of Harlingen, merchant, Vice-Consul there for
the Hanse Towns and Hamburg, b. 19 Dec. 1800; d. 1851;
m. 16 Oct. 1829, Johanna Theodora, dau. of Joban Govert
van der Lith, Burgomaster of Buren, by whom he had
issue, seven sons and four daus.

Jacob Moens, called Jacob Bernelot) Moens, Esq. of Upper
Clapton, CO. Middlesex, and the City of London, merchant.
He left Holland during the rule of Napoleon the Great, and
came to England; b. at Rotterdam, 18 Jan. 1796; d. at Tun-
bridge Wells, CO. Kent, 19 July, 1856 ; m. 19 March, 1829,
Susan Baker, dau. of William Wright, Esq. of the City of
London, Solicitor. She d. at Blackheath, 10 Oct. 1876, by
whom he had issue, .

I. Louis Henry Combauld Moens, Esq. of Springfield, Lee,
CO. Kent, b. 12 Sept. 1831 ; to. 12 Sept. 1868, Adeline
Blanch Victoria, widow, dau. of John Charles Adriau
Duvall, Esq. of Newiugton, co. Surrey. She d. 1876, leav-
ing issue,

1 Louis Becham, d. young. ;

1 Alice Susan Eleanor Lavinia. . i

2 Annie Theresa. 3 Adeline May.

II. William John Chaelbs, of Tweed, co. Southampton.
HI. Seaburne May Moens, Esq. of the Bengal Civil Service,

District and Sessions Judge at Aligbur, N.W.P., 6. 6 Feb.
1835 ; d. at Ali^-hur, 26 July, 1881 ; w,. 5 Dec. 1862, Emma
Monteith, dau. of Gen. George Mytton Hill, late of the
Bengal Staff Corps, by whom he had issue,

1 Seaburne Godfrey Arthur May, b. 25 Sept. 1876.

2 Hildebrand Francis May, 6. 18 Nov. iB7a: d. 4 March,

3 Arthur William Hamilton May, b. 20 Dec. 1879.

1 Alice Melliar.

2 Ethel May, to. 3 Aug. 1893, Walter Charles Rand, Esq.,
Indian Civil Service, eldest son of John Eaud, Esq. of
Duhvich, Surrey.

3 Helen May. 4 Evelyn May.

5 Beatrice Emma May.

6 Marguerite Florence May, d. 17 Nov. 1877.

7 Lucy Sybil May.

IV. Arthur Frederick Moens, Esq. of Holmhurst, Lessness
Heath, co. Kent, b. 8 Sept. 1840; to. 24 Aug. 1864,
JIarianne, dau. of Charles Meade, Esq. of Stui-ry, co. Kent,
by whom he has issue,

1 Charles Arthur, b. 16 April, 1867.

2 Walter Frederick, 6. 2 Uct. 1868.

1 Beatrice Marianne.

2 Constance Fanny, in. 11 Jan. 1894, Rev. Edward Acton,
Vicar of Hinton St. Mary, co. Dorset.

3 Sybil, d. 11 Oct. 1869. 4 Magdalena.

V. Francis Walter George, 6. 25 May, and d 31 Dec. 1837.

I. Anna Rosalie, who, being a convert, to the Roman Catholic
religion, became a nun in the convent of St. Clare, at
Newry ; later, 1884, she joined a convent of the same order
at Sydney.

II. Emily Maria Fanny, m. 29 Sept. 1869, Col. Joseph Hamil-
ton Maskery, Comm. of the Walmer Division R.M., son of
Joseph Maskery, Esq. He d. AprU. 1883.

III. Alice Susan Mary, d. Aug. 1858.

IV. Constance Matilda, d. IsoG.

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