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of Antigua,
m. Dorothea, dau. of Hugh Montgomery, Esq., son of Sir
Thomas MoKtgomei-y, Knt., a descendant of the great Scottish
House of Montgomery, and had issue,

John, killed in a duel, 17 March, 1754.

Hugh, of whom presently.

Charles, Town Major of Halifax, whose dau. Clementina, m.
Kev. John Auchmuty, Eector of Tiiai.
The 2nd son,

Hugh Lyons, Esq., assumed the name of Montgomery. He
ra. 1773, Catherine, dau. of Eichard, 4th Viscount Boync, and
had (with several daus.) two sons,

I. Hugh, his heir.

II. Charles, in holy orders, Eector of Innismagrath, dio of
Kilmore, in. 1816, Emily, dau. of Humphrey Nixon, Esq. of
Nixon Lodge, co. Cavan, and neice ot the Einht Hon. Sir
John Stewart, Bart., M.P., of Athenry, co. Galway. He d.
3 Sept. 1859, having had, with other issue,

1 Hugh, in. 11 June, 1856, Henrietta Constance, youngest
dau. of the Eev. Henry Lucas St. George, of Kilrush.

2 Charles Nixon, d. 10 May, 1843.

1 Emily, 7)1. 19 Feb. 1844, John O'Donnell, Esq. of Lark-
field, CO. Leitrim.



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MOX



THE LANDED GENTRY.



MON



2 Elizabeth, m. 27 Dec. 1S58. Eev. Julius S. Ilearn, son of
the Rev. William Edward Hearn, Vicar of Kiklrumfcrton,
dio. of Kilmore.

Mr. LTons-Montjromory d. 1792, and ivas j. hy his .son,

Hcou Ltoxs-Montoomert, Esq. of Belhavol, eo. Leitrim,
m. 27 Jan. 1812, Elizabeth, dau. of the Very Rev. Stewart
Blacker, of Carrick, co. Armagh, Dean of Leighlin, and by
her (who vi. 2ndly, Monsieur de Ch.impre, had issue, i. Hugh,
his heir; ii. Lambert Stewart, Lieut. -Col. Scots Fusiliers, m.
a dau. of Gen. Young, H.E.LC.S.; in. Charles, Capt. 65th
Bengal Xative Infantry, )/;. Jliss Masters, of Calcutta; i.
Elizabeth, >d. 1st, Joseph May, Esq. of Hale, eo. South.<impton,
and 2ndly, Robert Maxwell, Esq. of Islanmore, co. Limerick,
II. Caroline, m. Adolphus Cavagnari, Major in the French
service; iii. Sophia, m. 18-10, John Barre Bercsford, Esq. of
Learmount and Ashbrook, co. Deny; iv. Louisa, )«. Ralph
Smith, Esq. of Greenhills, co. Louth. Mr. Lyoas-Montgomery
d. 20 April, 1S26, and was .«. by his eldest son,

Hugh Ltoxs-Montgomert, Esq. of Belliavel, co. Leitrim,
J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1840, M.i\ for the co., 6. 181G ;
■iii. 26 June, 1840, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Smith, Esq. of
Annesbrook, co. Meath, and had issue,

I. Hugh, Lieut. 45th Kegt., d. in Thungor 10 March 1874.

II. Henry Willocghdy, now of Belhavel.

III. De Winton.

IV. Alfred Otho, drowned in South Africa Feb. 1878.

V. Foster Kynaston Walter.

I Elizabeth. ii. Caroline.

III. Ada. IV. Eveleen.

V. Henrietta. vi. Florence.

VII. Norma. vili. Ethel.
IX. Beatrice.

Mr. Lyons-Montgomery d. 10 July, 1882.

,4 n/is— Quarterly: 1st and 4th az.. three fleurs-de-lis, or;
2nd and 3rd gu., three gem rings or, gemmed az., over all
an escutcheon arg., charged with a trefoil slipped vert, for
MoxTGCMERT ; 2nd az., three battle-axes erect, two and one,
arg., for Batten; 3rd per fesse or and az., three lions
rampant, within a tressure flory, all counterchanged, for
Lyons : 4th, as first. Crest— A cubit arm erect, vested gu.,
cuffed arg. grasping a broken tilting-spear, the point falling
downwards, ppr. 3/o»o— Patria; infelici fidelis.

Seat — Belhavel, Kilbargen, co. Leitrim (via Dromahaire).



MONTaOMEEY OF CEILLY HOUSE.

Montgomery, Vaugiian, Esq. of Crilly House,
CO. Tyrone. J.P., h. 21 Aug. 1819 ; vt. 6 Nov. 1851,
Margaret, eldest dau. of Qeorge Petti grew, Esq. of
Crilly House, Aughuacloy, by Jane Morelaad liis
wife, and has issue,

I. George Pettigrew, h. 17 Aug. 1852.

II. Vaughan, h. 21 July, 1858.

HI. Henry Johnston, b. 5 April, 18G3.

IV. Robert, 6. 6 Feb. 1865.

V. John, 6. 21 Feb. 1867.



I. Jane.



II. Margaret.



ni. Elizabeth.



Xjineage. — Robert Montgomery, Esq. m. 14 Aug. 1769,
Sarah Campbell, and by her (who d. 23 April, 1828) left at his
decease 1 Feb. 1792. a son,

George Montgomery, Esq.,7/i. 30 Jan. 1809, Margaret, dau.
of John Campbell, M.D., of Belfast, and by her (who d. 1864)
had issue,

Vaughan, now of Crilly House.

Robert, deceased.

.John, deceased. George, deceased.

Campbell, deceased. Henry Johnston, deceased.

Margaret.

Mr. Jlontgomery d. 15 May, 1854.
SmI — Crilly House, Auchnacloy, co. Tyrone.



MONTRESOR, late OF DENNE HILL.

MoNTEESOE, Hexet Edwaed, Esq., late of Dennc
Hill, Kent, J.P. co. Huntingdon, Lieut. -Col. late
Grenadier Guards, 5.29 May, 1823; ni. 25 Nov.
1856, Laura, 3rd dau. of the Rer. W. W. Dickins,
of AYollaston Hall, Nortliampton, formerly Hector
of Adisham, Kent, and has issue,

I. Evelyn Diana.

II. Laura Annetta, m. 9 Feb. 1888, Capt. F. B. Weston, 20th
Hussars.

Lineage. — The LeTresors or Montkesors are a very old



French Huguenot family, deriving their descent from Hitgue«!
Le Tresor, or Hugo Thcsaurarius, a treasurer of the duchy of
Xormaudy as well as of England, which office he and his de-
scendants held for many generations. He accompanied
Robert Courteheuze, Duke of Normandy, in the first Crus.ade
in 1096. His descendants held the family estates in Nor-
mandy for many generations. After the Edict of Nantes, tho
progenitor of the English family, Jacques Le Tr&or, fled from
France to England, but eventually returned to his native
country, and d. in Paris, 15 May, 1688.

James Le Tresor, son of Jean Le Tresor, who, on account
of his religion, was obliged to quit his country and take up
his abode in England, where his posterity still exists under
the name of Montresor. He d. 15 May, 1688, at Paris, leav-
ing, by Lucy his wife, one son,

James Gabriel Le Tresor, of Thurland Hall, co. Nottingham,
b. at Caen, in Normandy, and naturalised in England, by Act
of Parliament, 12 William III. He was Major of H.M.'s 21st
Regt. of Foot, serving with the Duke of Marlborough, in the-
battles of Blenheim, Ramilies, Malplaquet, &c., and eventually
became Lieut. -Governor of Fort William, in Scotland, where he
d. 29 Jan. 1724, aged 56. Ho m. 5 Feb. 1699, Nanon de Haute-
ville dau. of Col. de Hauteville, of Normandy, in the service of
England, and by her (who was bur. in the churchyard of
Paddington Middlesex, 22 Jan. 1738) had a son and heir,

James Gabriel Montresor, Esq. of Thurland Hall, Col.
R.E. and second engineer of England, b. 19 Nov. 1702; m,
1st, at Gibraltar, II June, 1835, Mary, dau. of Robert Haswell,
Esq., who d. 5 March, 17G1. He ))i. 2ndly,Harriet, dau. of
Henry Fielding, Esq., andSrdl)-, Frances, dau. of H. NichoUs,
Esq., and relict of William Kemp, Esq. of Teynham, Kent.
Mr. Montresor had issue by his 1st marriage,
John.

James, Lieut. R.N., lost in the "Aurora" frigate, unm.
Henry Amand, m. Frances Cleverly, and d. at Tangiers, of

wounds he received at the siege of Trichinopoly, 13 Sept.

1773, aged 27, leaving issue.
Robert, 1). 7 Dec. 1751, at Gibraltar, Major in H.M.'s lOOtlJ

Regt. of Foot ; m. Jane, dau. of Dr. Bennet, of Louth, co.

Lincoln, and has issue.
Lucy, in. 1st, John Fleming, a Major in the army, and

Governor of Port Royal, Jamaica, where he d. ; and 2ndly,

Capt. Thomas Sterling, R.N.
Augusta Thomasine, ni. Uichard Pilcher, Esq. of Kent, and

had a son, the late General John Montresor Pilcher, Royal

Marines.
The eldest son,

John Montresor, Esq. of Belmont, Kent, and of Portland
Place, His Majesty's Chief Engineer of America, b. at Gib-
raltar, 6 April, 1736; m. I March, 1764, Frances, only child of
Thomas Tucker, Esq. of Bermuda, and had issue,

I. Henry Tucker, of whom presently.

II. John, b. at New York, II Nov. 1768, Lieut.-Col. in the
77th Regt. ; d. at Penang, in the East Indies, 1805, I'.nni.

HI. Thomas Gage (Sir), K.C.H., K.C., of Ospringe House,
Kent, b. 4 March, 1774, at New York, a Gen. in the army, and
Col. of H.M.'s 2nd Regt. of Dragoon Guards ; d. at Dover, 26
April, 1853, having m. Mary, dau. of Major-Gen. F. G
Mulcaster, R.E., and had issue,

1 Auchmuty, Col. W. I. Regt., b. 1804; d. at Ospringe 1854.

2 Thomas, b. 27 Aug. 1808; d. inLondon 1808.

3 Frederick Bynge, Admiral R.N., vi. 8 July, 1851, Emily,
dau. of J. Delatield, Esq., and d. 15 Dec. 1887, aged 77,
leaving issue,

Thomas Auchmuty. b. 27 July, 1853; d. 15 Dec. 1875.
William Hughes Hallett, d. 13 March, 1884.
Henry Mulcaster, d. 11 Sept. 1884.
Emily Frances. Mary.

Charlotte. Frederica.

4 Henry William, b. 15 Feb. 1817, Lieut.-Col. R.A., d.imm.

5 John, b. 30 Sept. 1821 ; d. unm.

1 Julia Maria, m. Edward Lee-Warner, Esq., B.C.S.

2 Mary Frances, m. Rev. James H. Hallett, JLA., of
Higham, and Vicar of Waltham-with-Petham, Kent.

3 Annetta Esther.

IV. William Robert, b. 9 Aug. 1870; d. at Gibraltar unm.

I. Frances Margaret, d. v.nra.

II. Mary Lucy. m. 2 Sept. 1801, Sir F. W. Mulcaster, K.C.II.,
R.E., Lieut.-Gen., both deceased.

The eldest son.

Sir Henry Tucker Montresor, K.C.B., G.C.H., Gen. ir^
the arm}-. Col. Ilth Regt. of Foot, b. 18 April, 1767; d.:\t
Denne Hill, 10 March, 1837. He in. 1st, Mary Elizabeth, Lady
Sondes, only dau. and heir of Ricliard Milles, Esq. and widow
of Lewis Thomas, 2nd Baron Sondes, by whom he had two
children, who d. young ; and 2ndly, Annetta, dau. and heir
of Rev. Edward Cage, Rector of Eastling, Kent, by whouv
(who d. at Denne Hill 1820) he had issue,

Henry Edward, present representative.



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MON



THE LANDED GENTRY.



MON



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Charles Fbancis, of Stonely Grange, Hunts, b. 21 June,
1824, H.E.I.C.C.S. : m. 1st, 1848. in India, Catherine, clan, of
Welby Jackson, Ksq., B.C. S., and has issue, Francis, Cliaiics,
Ernest, Louisa, Alice, and Mary. He m. 2ndly, 22 Nov.
1887,Rosetta, (Uiu. of W. H. Taner, Kaq.

Edward John Tliomas, Capt. 5Mh Regt., 6. 10 Aug. 1825;
m. IbSO, Adelaide, 2nd dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Hopton Scott,
K.C.B., of Woodlands, Dublin.

Annetta Frances, m. 13 Aug. 1857, Eev. Charles Hughes
D'Aeth.

Sir Henry Tucker Montresor m. 3rdly, Mary, dau. of Samuel
Creed Fairman, Esq. She d. 5 April, 18G6.

Arms — Az., two arms mailed, each holding a sword erect, all
ppr., on a plate in cliief a cross couped gu. Creit — A royal
helmet or. Motto — Mon tre.sor.

Clubs — Carlton and United Service.



GYBBON-KONYPENNY OP MAYTHAEC
HALL.

GrYBBON-MONYPENNY, EOBEET ThOMAS GyBBOX,

Esq. of Maytham Hall, Kent, J. P. aud D.L., late
Col. West Kent Militia, formerly in 86tli Eegt., h. 9
March, 1823 ; m. 1st, 2 June, 1847, Janet Phillips,
eldest dau.of the late Col. Henry Burnej,H.E.I.C.S.,
and by her (who d. 1863) has issue,

I. Henry Thomas, 6. 4 July, 1850.

II. Edward St. Leonards, 6.28 July, 1852; 7tt. Lucy Dora,
youngest dau. of Capt. Tweedie, of Eawlinson, Eolven-
den, Kent, and has a dau. Margaret Sylvestra.

III. Frederick Burney, 6. 2 July, 1856.

IV. Herbert D'Arblay, b. 15 June, 1858, in. Margaret Cathe-
rine, eldest dau. of Col. Reginald Sterndale, of Duni
Dum, East Indies, and has issue, Robert D'Arblay, h. 10
Oct. 1892.

I. Ada Jessie, deceased. ii. Ethel Maud.

He m. 2ndly, 1 June, 1869, Marian, eldest dau. of
the late Capt. Michael Tweedie, R.A., J.P,, of Eaw-
linson, Eolvenden, Kent.

Lizieag°e. — From Sir Robert Sibbald's History of FiU
and Kinross, a book of unquestionable authority, we learn that
"Pitmilly is the house of a very ancient family of the name of
Monypenny, and now the seat of David Monypenny, Esq."
This family produced some very eminent statesmen in Scot-
land, and from a branch settled in Franee several sprang who
became equally distinguished in that country. The most
celebrated was the Sicur de Concressault, who was often
employed in important negociations, and at different times
visited Scotland as ambassador in the reigns of James III.
and James IV. The Lord Monypenny whom we find in the
parliament rolls in King James III.'s reign also descended
from a branch of this family. In 1211, Thomas, prior of St.
Andrews, gave " Kicardo Monipenii, terram de Putmullin
(Pitmilly) quam Malisius tenuit." John de Monypenny, of
Pitmilly, swore fealty to King Edward I. 129(J, and another,
or the same, John de Monypenny, was one of the ambassadors
from tho Pope and French king to solicit Edward III. on
behalf of the Scots, and obtained a safe conduct to pass into
Scotland, 22 Jan. 1335-6. The representative of this family,
temp. George II. and George III.,

Alexander Montpenny, Esq. of Pitmilly, Lieut.-Col. of the
56th llegt , son of David Monypenny, of Pitmilly, by his wife, a
dau. of Marjoribanks, of Marjoribanks, to. Nov. 1767, Margaret,
sister of Mr. Justice Chamberlain, of the Court of King's
Bench in Ireland, and d. Dec. 1801, leaving issue,
David, of Pitmilly, J.P. and D.L., b. May, 1769, who was
Sheriff of Fife, and successively Solicitor-General of Scot-
land and one of the Lords of Session as "Lord Pitmilly."
He m. Sept. 1810, Maria Sophia, 3rd dau. of Sir George
Abercromby, 4th Bart, of Birkenbog, and dying s. p. was s.
by his brother.

Alexander, of Edinburgh, d. s. p.

William Tankerville, of Pitmilly, b. 5 April, 1782; m.
April, 1844, Hannah, dau. of Col. Spcns, of Craigsanquhar,
and dyings.;;. lO Jan. 1869, was.-!, by his kinsman, Rev.
James I>aac Monypenny, of PitmiUy.
Margaret Deborah, d. s.p.

The descendant of a junior branch of the House of Pitmilly,

James Monypenny, Esq. of Rolvenden, co. Kent, Capt. R.N.,
m. 31 May, 1714, Mary, dau. of Robert Gybbon, Esq. of Hole
House, Rolvenden, and dying 1721, was s. by his son,

James Monypenny, Esq. of Maytham Hall, b. Oct. 1721 ; m.
Silvestra dau. and co-heir of Rev. Thomas BlacUwell, M.A.,
Hector of St. Clement Danes, London, and by her (who d. 13
Feb. 1818) had issue,



James, cf Maytham Hall, Barrister-at-Law, J. P., m. Mary
Burt, and d. s. p. 3 June, 1822.

Phillips (Rev.), M.A., J.P., Vicar of Iladlow, m. 1803, Char-
lotte, dau. of Sir Henry Dering, 6th Bart, of Surreiulen
Dering, Kent, and d. s. p. i Jan. 1840, aged 99. She d
1836.

Thomas, of whom presently.

Robert, of Merrington Place, Rolvenden, J.P., m. 179G,
Elizabeth, dau. ol John Dunn, of Merrington, co. Durham,
and had issue,

1 James John, b. 24 Feb. 1804 ; d. 5 Dec. 1821.

2 Robert Joseph, of Maytham Hall, b. 13 March, ISOG; m.
Susan, dau. of James Dearden, Esq. of Handel Hal), co.
Lancaster, and d. 1S4I, leaving,

Robert Phillips Dearden, b. May, 1836.

1 Silvestra Rose, b. 28 Aug. 1798; m. Thomas Gybbon
Monypenny, Ksq. of Hole Park.

2 Mary Blackwell, m. Rev. James Isaac Monypenny.
Silvestra, vt. Rev. JohnHutton, M.A., of Houghton Hall, co.

Durham, and d. 28 July, 1826.

Mr. Monypenny d. 11 May, 1800. His 3rd son,

Thomas Monypenny, Esq. of Rye, Sussex, m. 10 Xov. 1795,
Catherine, dau. of Isaac Rutton, Esq. of Ospringe, and White-
Hills, Kent, and by her (who d. 19 Sept. 1840), had issue,

Thomas, of Hole House, Rolvenden.

James Isaac (Rev.), of Pitmilly, co. Fife, Vicar of Hadlo\v,
Kent, J. P., b. 18 Jan. 1799; m. 8 Jan. 18'27, Mary Black-
well, 2nd dau. of Robert Monypenny, Esq. of Merrington
Place, Kent, and d. 14 Dec. 1B81, leaving by her (who ((. ii*
Dec. 1880;,

1 James Robert Blacewell, of Pitmilly, J. P., M.A.,
Trin. Coll. Camb., Hon. Col. 4ih Batt. the Buffs (East Kent
Regt.), 6. 25 Sept. 1835 ; iii. 5 April, 1866, Mary Elizabeth,
younger dau. of Rev. Charlton Lane, M.A., Vicar of
Hampstead, Middlesex, and d. '22 May, 1886, having by
her (who rn. 2ndly, 1890, Rev. T. X. Flyntoff) had issue,

Charlton James Blackwell, b. 4 Nov. I8C7.
Charles Blackwell, 6. 17 Nov. 1869.
William Erskine Blackwell, b. 8 Aug. 1876.
Douglas Blackwell, b. 28 May. 1878.
Mary Lilian Blackwell, d. 26 Doc. 1868.
Mary Beatrice Blackwell, b. 15 March, 1872.

2 Phillips Howard (Rev.), B.A., b. 13 June, 18.')7 ; m. 5
July, 1860, Emma Melasina, 4th dau. of John McMunn,
M.D., of Rutland Square, Dublin, and has three sons and
three daus.

1 Mary Catherine, b. 3 Dec. 1829 ; m. 9 March, I8C9,
Walter Barham, Esq.

2 Margaret Dunn, b. 13 Jan. 1832 : vi. 1 Feb. 18C0, Rev.
Alexander J. Manson.

3 Adelaide Elizabeth, b. 19 Oct. 1833.

4 Charlotte Jane, b. 39 March, 1839; m. 5 Sept. 1860.
Ven. Frederick Arthur Cecil LiUingston, Archdeacon o.
Yass, in New South Wales.

5 Henrietta Silvestra, b. 10 Aug. 1841 ; m. and has issue.

6 Emma Susanna, b. 27 Oct. 184!- ; la. and has issue.

7 Mary Louisa Gordon, b. 19 April, 1848 ; m. and has issue.
Phillips, of Hythe, Kent, J.P. and D.L., ni. Jane, dau. o*

Thomas Castle, Esq. of Hythe, Kent, and is deceased.
William Backhouse, Capt. R.N., b. 13 Dec. 1809 (deceased).
Robert Honywood, Capt. 4th Regt., d. 8 March, 1839.
Silvestra Catherine, d. 8 Oct. 1825.
Mary Judith, 6. 31 Jan. 1803; d. nnm.
Elizabeth, m. Rev. Henry Davis, M.A., and is deceased.
Mr. Monypenny d. 24 Sept. 1814. His eldest son,

Thomas Gybbon-Monypenny, Esq. of Hole Park, Rolvenden,
J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Rye 1837, Lieut.-Col. West Kent.
Militia, formerly 30th Regt., wounded at Waterloo ; b. 7 Nov.
1797 ; m. 8 Jan. 1818, Sylvestra Rose, eldest dau. of Robert
Monypenny, Esq. of Merrington Place, Rolvenden, and had
issue,
Robert Thomas Gybbon, now of Maytham Hall.
William David Cathcart, Capt. West "Kent Militia, b. 3 May,
1826; ,11. 1847, Emma, 3rQ dau. of Thomas Dumayne, Esq.
of Haverfordwest, and has issue,
1 Cathcart William, 6. 7 Dec. 1848.

1 Elizabeth Silvestra, b. 9 Aug. 1851.

2 Fva Anne, 6. 31 Jan. 1855.

Thomas Phillips Blackwell, b. 14 Dec. 1828 ; vi. and d. leav-
ing, by Elizabeth his wife,
Thomas, b. 27 May, 1854 (deceased).
Emily Elizabeth b. 31 May, 1853 (deceased).

Richard James Lambe, 6. 7 July, 1834 (deceased).

Elizabeth Silvestra, b. 6 Dec. 1820 ; m. 18 April, 184.3,
Francis Thomas le Touzel, Esq. of the Cape Mounted Rifles,
and d. 1849, leaving issue.

Emily Catherine, b. 15 Aug. 1830.

Laura Dunn, 6. 30 Nov. 1832.

Mr. Gybbon-Monypenny d. 16 Jan. 1854.

Amis — Quarterly : 1st and 4th counter-quartered, 1st and 4th
arg., a dolphin az., finned gu., for Monypenny ; 2nd and 3rd az.,
three crosses-ciosslet fitehee issuing out of as many crescents



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MOO



ars:. for Catkcakt; 2nd and 3id az., a lion rampant cuardant
between throe escallops arg.. for Uyiibon, quartering I'hillips,
Lyte. and Blackwell. (Xs^s— 1st, Neptune bestriding a
dolphin naiant in waves of the sea, hoUinig with his dexter
liana the reins, and in hi'< sinister the trident, all ppr. {Mo(to,
over, Iniperat a;quoi), for Monypen.nt ; 2nd, On a ch:ipeau gu.,
turned up erni., an csearbuncle or, for Gyiuion : 3rd, A deuii-
lion regardant arg,. ducally crowned or also for Giiiuon,
^cui— ilaythaui Hall, near Asliford, Kent.



MOOD OF CHAPEIi.
Mood, William Kobert, Esq. of Chapel, co.
Fife, J. P., Lieut. Had dinnton Artillery, b. 15 Nov.
IStiO; m. 15 June, 1S86, Annie Marj, dau. of
Maj.-Gen. Muspratb Williams, and has issue,

I. Jonx MisPKATT, 6. 15 May, 1S37.

II. Hugh Lightfoot, 6. 25 Aug. 1S89.

Ijineag-e.— William Mood, Ksq. m. I May. 1791, Eliza-
beth, dau. of — Wilkie, Ksq., and (/. 11 Oct. la25, leaving by
her, who </. 6 April, 1S4G, a son,

JoHS Mood, Esq. of Ilatchbank, co. Kinross, J. P., m. 8
Aug. 1S54, Mary Ann, dau. of Robert Lightfoot, Escj., and
by her had, with other issue, who d. in infancy,

William lioDEBT, of Chapel.

ilr. John Mood J. 27 May, 1S74.

Seat— Chapel, by Kirkcaldy, N.R.

Ae..i</e)iC. — lierkeley Uall, I'ittville, Cheltenham.

CIiUj — ScotiisU, \V.



MOORE OF APPLEBY HALL.

Moore, George John, Esq. of Appleby Hall, co,
Leicester, J.P. and D.L., M.A., b. 19 Dec. lSl-2 ; m.
6 Oct. 1874, Louisa, dau. of Samuel Trehanke Keke-
».vich, Esq. of Peamore, Devon, by -nhom he had
issue,

1. Chables Louis Geouge, b. 3 March, 1876.
u. Gerald Henry, 6. 16 May, 1877.
III. Lancelot Geoffry. 0. Feb. 18Sti.
I. Elsie Louise, 6. Feb. 1889.

Lineagre. — Charles Moore, of Stretton, co. Derby, de-
ccended, it is stated, from the Lancashire family of Moore,
purchased (41 Elizabeth; of Sir Edward Griffin, Knt., the
3Ianor of Appleby I'arva, cos. Leicester and Derby. He m.
Cicely Yates, and had, with several other children, i. Charles,
his successor; ii. John (.Sir), Knt., Lord Mayor of Loiulun
1631, U.S. p. 1702; iii. (ieorge, from whom descended the
JIooEEs of KtnlwdL lIuLl. The elder son,

Charles Moore, Esq., Lord of the Manor of Appleby Parva,
who f. his father 1G54, m. Rebecca, dau. of the liev. Thomas
Mould, Hector of Appleby, and dying 1700, was s. by his eldest
son,

Thomas Moop.e, Esq. Lord of the Manor of Appleby Pavva,
m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Heatield, Esq. of Appleby, and had
issue. He <l. 17J5, and was «. by his eldest surviving son,

George Moork, Esq. of Appleby Parva, High Sheriff of co.
Leicester 1728, d. u.i.u. 13 July, 1751, and was «. by (the son
of his brother John) his nephew,

Charles Moore, Esq., LL.D., F.R.S., &c., of the Middle
Temple, Barrister-at-Law, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Mould,
Esq. of KentwcU Hall, .Suffolk, but having no issue, was s. at
his decease, 18 May, 1775, by his cousin,

PtEv. Thomas Moore, M.A., of Appleby Parva, and of
Eentley, co. Warwick (eldest son of Thomas, 3rd son of
Thomas Moore, Ksq. of Appleby Parva, by Mary Heafield his
wife). This gentleman d>ing un,a. 9 Feb. 1793, devised his
manor and estates of Bentley to his youngest brother, John,
and the property of Appleby to his eldest,

George JIoore, Esq. of Appleby Parva, High Sheriff for
CO. Leicester, 1794, m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of William
Darker, Esq., and had issue, i. George, his heir; ii. Thomas,
of Euddington, Sheriff of Nott.s, 1»31, m. and had issue ;
cii. John; iv. Charles, d. linwi. ; i. Catherine; ii. Elizabeth;
in. Mary. Mr. Moore was s. at his decease, 1813, by his eldest
eon,

George Moore, Esq. of Appleby Parva, and of Bentley, co.
Warwick, High Sheriff of co. Leicester 1851. He m. lit,
Susan, dau. of John Drummond, Esq. of Megginch Castle, co.
Perth, and by her (who (/. 1S13) had issue,



Georoe, hi=: heir.

Susan Drummond, m. 22 Xov. 1832, Edward Anthony Holden

Esq. of Ashton Hall, co. Derby, J.P. and D.L., who is

deceased.

He m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Hurt, Esq. of Alder-
wa.sley, co. Derby, but had no further issue. He d. 23 June,
1827, when he was «. by his son,

George Moore, Esq. of Appleby Parva, J.P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff CO. Derby 1837, 4. 17 Sept. 1811; m. 1st, 10 June,
1833, Susan, dau. of William Phillips Inge, Esq. of Thorpe
Constantiiie, co. Stafford, which lady d. 1836, and 2ndly,
8 Jan. 1839, Isabel Clara, dau. of Kev. Charles Shiittleworth
Holden, of Aston Hall, co. Derby, and by her (who d. 17 Jan.
18G7), had issue,

I. George John, his heir.

II. Charles Thomas (Rev.), Rector of Appleby, m. 1880,
Mabel Charlotte, dau. of Hon. and Rev. Augustus Byron,
of Kii-kby Maliory, co. Leicester, and has issue, one soni.nd
one dau.

I. Clara Elizabeth, m. 1861, Vaughan Hanning Vaughan-
Lee, Esq., M.P., of Dillington Park, Ilmiiister,co. Somerset,
and has issue.

II. Su.san, m. 26 Nov. 18G3, Walter Mainwaring Coynev, Esq.
of Weston Coyney, co. Stafford, and has issue.

III. Rosamond.

IV. Kathciine, m. Wriothesley Wingfield, Esq., son of Rev.
W. Wingheld, of Gulval, Penzance.

Mr. Moore d. 26 Aug. and was s. by his son.

^rm.s— Erm., three greyhounds courant in pale sa., collared
gu., on a canton of the third a lion passant guardant or. Crest —
A moorcock .sa. guttee d'or, the beak, comb, wattles, and legs
gu., the wings expan.ied, holding in the beak a branch of heath
ppr. Motto— 'Son civiam ardor.

(Scat— xlppleby Hall, near Atherstone.



MOOKE OF EARITE.

Moore, Stephen, Esq. of Barne, co. Tipperary,
J.P. and D.L., High Sherifp 1885, J.P. co. Water-
ford, M.P. CO. Tipperarv 1875-80, formerly Capt.
63rd Eegt., b. 23 Aug. 1836; m. 1st, 1 Oct. 1867,
Anna Maria, only surviring child and heiress of
Wilmer Wilmcr, Esq. of 34, "Wilton Crescent, Lon-
don, and by her (who d. 22 Dee. 1SS6) has had
issue,

I. Stephen Wilmer, 6. 19 Nov. 1SG8; d. 17 June, 1877.

II. Randal Ki.ngsmill, b. 12 Feb. 1873.

III. Stephen Thomas, b. 7 Feb. 1S81.

I. Anna Eleanor Isabel. ii. Geraldine Elma.

III. Mary Augusta. iv. Stephanie Hilda Grace.

Mr. Stephen Moore m. 2ndly, 11 July, 1888, Martha
alary, dau. of the late JohnMorgan, Esq. of Bramp-
ton Park, Hunts.

Lineag-e — Guillym styles this family " De la More," and
Philpot, Somerset Herald, "De More," "Atte More," (Sic.
Eventually, the chief line became established in Shropshire
as "the Mores of More and Larden." In the reign of James I.
(about 1620), Richard Moore, came over to Ireland, and settled
at Clonmel, co. Tipperary. about 1635. He was Hit;h Sheriff
CO. Waterford 1G6G, and Tipperary IG75. His will, dated 17
April, 1690, was proved 10 Sept. 1690, by his wife Margaret,
by whom he had issue, two sons,

Stephen, ancest



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