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and representative of the

Earls of Dumfermline, and had issue.
Elizabeth, vi. Andrew, Lord Bollo.

Margaret, ?!i. John Sinclair, Esq. of Freswick, Advocate,
Sheriff-Depute of cos. Caithness and Sutherland.
Frances, vi. 1st, George Drummond, Esq. of Blair Drum-
niond, and had a son, John, who d. in his infancy. Mrs.
Drummond m. 2ndly, Gen. Sir William Erskine, of Torrie,
and had issue.
The elder .surviving son and heir,

Alexander Moray, Esq. of Abercairny, dying without issue,
was s. by his only surviving brother,

CoL. Charles Moray, of Abercairny, m. the eldest dau. and
heiress of the late Sir William Stirling, Bart, of Ardoch, by
whom he acquired those lands, and had issue,

.James, his heir.

William Moray Stirling, of whom presently.

Charles, Capt. in the Army, who d. unm. 1820.

Christian, m. Henry Home Drummond, Esq. of Blair Drum-
mond, and has had issue {see Drommond of Blair Drummond,
page 542).

Margaret, d. unm. 1832.
Col. Moray Stirling d. 1810. and was s. by his eldest son,

James Moray, Esq. of Abercairny, J. P. and D.L. for co.
Perth, Capt. 15th Hussars, and subsequently Eieut.-Col. of the
Perthshire Local Militia, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Gen. Sir
William Erskine, Bart, of Torrie; and 2ndly, 12 Oct. 1837,
Mary Frances, youngest dau. oi Joseph Thomas, Esq. of
Shepherd's Bush and Cowley Hall, Middlesex, but d. s.p.Dec.
1840, when he was s. by his brother,

William Moray-Stirling, Esq. of Abercairny, co. Perth,
and Ardoch, Major in the Army, m. the Hon. Fanny Douglas,
dau. of Archibald, Lord Douglas, by the Lady Frances Scott,
grand-aunt of Walter, 5th Duke of Buccleuch. Major Moray-
Stirling seiTed for a long period in the Army, was ten years in
India, and was present as A.D.C. to Sir Colquhoun Grant at
the battle of Waterloo (three times wounded) (medal). He s. his
mother in Ardoch, and became the representative and possess-
or of the estates of the ancient House of Abercairny on the death
of hisbrother. He rf. 9 Feb. 1850, ;nd was s. by bis sister.

Christian Stirling Moray, of Ardoch and Abercairny, 6.
1779 ; VI. 1812, Henry Home Drummond {see Drdmmond of
Blair Sninimond), and d. 29 Nov. 1864, and was s. by her
second son,

Charles Stirling-HomeDrdmmond Moray, Esq. of Blair
Drumm«nd, Ardoch, Abercairny, Millearne and Douglas
House, Petersham ; b. 17 April, 1816, J. P. and D.L. co. Perth,
formerly of the 2nd Life Guards and 15th Hussars, m. 11 Dec.
1845, Lady Anne Georgina Douglas, youngest dau. of Charles
.')th Marquess of Queensberry, K.T. ; s. his mother in Aber-
cairny, 1864, and his brother (see Drummond of Blair Drum-
mond) in the estates of Blair Drummond, Ardoch, and Mill-
earne, in 1876, and had issue,

I. Henry Edward, of Blair Drummond (see that Memoir).

II. William Augustus, nowof .\berc;iirny.

I. Caroline Frances (who, with her husband, assumed the
surname of Drum-mond-Forbes on thtir marriage), m. 25
Oct. 1881, Arthur Edward W hitmore, 2nd son of the late
Lt.-Col. John Forbes, late Coldstream Guards {see Forbes
of Callendar), and has issue : Charles William Arthur, b.
10 Jan. 1885 ; Mary Christian.

Mr. Stirling-Home-Drummond-Moray, d. 24 Sept. 1891, and
was s. in Abercairny by his 2nd son,

^rnis— Quarterly : i. Grand Quarter, counterquartered 1st
and 4th, az., three stars arg. within a double tressure flory,
counterflory or, for Moray, 2nd and 3rd, or, two chevrons gu.
for Stratheaen. ii. Grand Quarter, or, three bars wavy gu.
each charged with an escallop of the field, for Drdmmond.
III. Grand Quarter, quarterly, 1st, vert, a lion rampant arg.
armed and langued gu. for Home ; 2nd, arg. three popinjays
vert, beaked and membered gu.. for Pepdie of Dunglas ; 3rd,
arg. three hunting horns sa., stringed gu. for Forrester ; 4th,
gu. a pelican feeding her youiig, arg. vulned ppr,, within a
border engrailed of the first, fur Kllem. iv. Grand Quarter,
quarterly, arg , on a bend engrailed az., three buckles or, for
Stirling; 2nd and 3rd, ara., across engrailed az, within a
horder engrailed gu. for Sinclair. Crest— An earl's coronet
surmounted of a star of twelve rays arg. Supporters— Two
eagles ppr. Mottoes— Suns tache (above the crest) ; and Tanti
talem genuere parentes.

-SeaJ— Abercairny, Crieff, co. Perth. Club— GunTds.


MoEE, EoBEET Jaspeb, Esq. of Linley Hall
and Larderi Hall, co. Salop, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff
1881, B.C.E., and M.A. ; M.P. for Salop 1865-8,

and for Ludlow Division since 1885 ; b. 1836 ; m.
1871, Evaline Frances, dau. of Eev. Canon Carr, of
St. Helen's, co. Lancaster, and has issue,

I. Thomas Jasper Mytton, 6. 1872.

II. Robert Henry, (/. 9 March, 1875.

III. Jasper Frederiik, b. 23 June, 1876.

IV. Richard Edwarc ee, b. 3 Jan. 1879.
I. Mary Dorothea, I. 14 March, 1885.

liineag'e. — This is a family of great antiquity, deriving
its name from the parish of More, near Bishop's Castle.

Richard (or, according to Camden, Thomas) de la More
came from Normandy with Duke William, and lost his life at
the Battle of Hastings, leaving a son.

Sir Thomas de la More, who, to use the words of Camden,
" builte faire houses at Launceston, in Cornwall; Halton, in
Cheshire ; and More, in Shropshire, giving to the latter place
his paternal name. " He m. Constance, dau. of Robert de
Uinfrevil, Lord de Tours, and was ancestor of the Mores of
More, CO. Salop.

The Inquisitions show that the estate of Linley was held by
grand sergeantry, the condition of the tenure being the supply
of 200 men as a body-guard to accompany the King when he
went into AVales. The Inquisition of Henry III. states that
the complement of men had been maintained by " Abavus ,"
the grandfather of the More then holding the tenure. One of
the family was companion of Edward II. in Berkeley Castle,
and wrote his life in Latin. Sir Thomas More, the Chancellor,
the Moores, Earls of Mountcashell, and the Moores of Barne,
derive from collateral branches of this family,

William More, Esq. of Larden, in 1491 (grandson of Richard
More, of More and Larden) m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Berkeley,
and had two sons, Edward, his heir, and Thomas, of Needham,
Suffolk, whose son, Robert, returned into Salop, and was of
Linley ; he was buried at The More, 20 March, 1603-4, leaving a
son, Richard, of whom presently. The elder son,

Edward More, Esq. of Lavden, 8 Henry VIII. , m. Elizabeth,
dau. of Edward Cluade, Esq. of Orleton, and had three sons,
I. Thomas, his heir; ii. John. Clerk of the Exchequer, father
of Sir Edward More, Knt. of Odiham, Hants ; iii. Eustace.
The eldest son,

Thomas More, Esq. who s. his father at Larden, m. and left
at his decease a son and successor,

Jasper More, Esq. of Larden, who d. I6I3, leaving three
daus. only (one of whom Hi. Samuel More, the Parliamentarian),
whereupon More and Larden passed to his cousin,

Richard More, Esq. of Linley, who thus re-united the
ancient estates of the family, being styled of More, Linley,
and Larden. He ra. a sister of Sir Thomas Harris, Bart, of
Boreatton; was High Sheriff, in 1619, and represented the
town of Bishop's Castle, in the Long Parliament of Charles
I. The part he took was decidedly anti-monarchical, and
he appears early among the most active partisans of the
Parliament within the county; but he d. 6 Dec. 1643, before
the triumph of his party, and was s. by his eldest son,

Samuel More, Esq. of More, Linley, and Larden, who took
a leading part in the civil commotions of Salop. He had
scarcely paid the last rites to his father, when he was called
upon to take command of Hoptoii Castle, one of the few
fortresses in Salop which were at that time in the interest
of the Parliament, and he gallantly sustained a month's siege,
with but thirty-one men against five hundred horse and foot.
Subsequently events crowned with success the party espoused
by Col. More, as he is generally called, and he was actively
engaged throughout the Interregnum in the internal regula-
tions of Salop, of which he was returned to be one of four
representatives to the Parliament summoned by Cromweli.
for Sept. 1656. His 1st wife, a dau. of his kinsman, Jasper
More, brought hira three children. By a 2nd marriage he had
three sons and four daus., one of whom, Anne, in. Sir John
Turton, a Puisne Judge of the King's Bench. The sons were,
I. RICHARD, his heir; ii. Thomas, M.D., d. unm. 1697, aged
69 ; III. Robert of Linley, who m. Sarah dau. of John Walcot.
of Walcot, Salop, and had an only son, Robert, successor
to his cousin, Thomas More, of More and Larden. The eldest

Richard More, Esq. of More and Larden, b. 1627, M.P. for
Bishops Castle, from 1688 to his death, ten years after; m.
1659, Anne, dau. of Isaac Pennington, Lord Mayor of London
1043 ; by this lady, from whom he was divorced, he had no
issue. He m. 2ndly, Dorcas Owen, and had, with a younger
son, Richard, slain in battle 1709, another son,

Thomas More, Esq. of More and Larden, at whose decease,
.«. p. 1731, his estates passed to his cousin-german, only son of
Robert More, of Linley, 3rd son of Col. More,

4 Y 2





EoBEKT More, Esq. of Linloy, JI.P., F.R.S., b. 1703, distin-
guished as a traveller and botanist, the pupil and friend of
Linnseus. He introduced larch to England, and planted the
first at Linley the day before those at Dunkeld, the Duke of
Atholl and himself being members of the Council of the Koyal
Society at that time. Mr. More, m. 1st, 1750, Ellen, dau. of
Thomas Wilson, Esq. of Trevallyn, and had by her,
I. Thomas, of Larden Hall, m. 19 Aug. 1795, Harriott, dau.
of Thomas Jlytton, Esq. of Shiptun, Salop, and dying 23
June, 1S04, left issue,
1 Rohert Henry Gayer More (Rev.), of Larden Hall,
Much Wenlock, Salop, J. P., and of Shipton Hall, co.
Salop, b. 20 June, I79S ; d. May, 1879, and was s. by his
nephew, Robert Jasper More, Esq., now of Linley.
1 Harriet Mary, m. her cousin, Rev. Thomas Frederick
More, of Linley.


Mr. More vi. 2ndly, Catherine, dau. of Thomas More, Esq. of
Millichope, which lady d. without issue 1792. He d. 5 Jan.
1780, and was s. at Larden by his son, Thomas, and at Linley,
&c., by his son,

Robert More, Esq. of More, Linley, and Shelve, High Sheriff
1783 ; m. 4 Aug. 1781, Eliza, dau. of James Taylor, Esq. of
3Iuch Hadham, Herts, and had issue,

Robert BridgE5IAN, of Linley Hall, High Sheriff 1822, b.

29 April, 1788; d. itnm. 1851.
Thomas Frederick, of Linley Hall.
Henry, an officer in the Peninsular War, d. 1811.
Catherine Louisa, m. 12 Feb. 181 1, Thomas White, M.D., of
Glastonbury and Exeter.
Charlotte, m. Arthur JIale, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of Belle-
vue, CO. Stafford, and d. 1828.
Laura Octavia, deceased. Olivia, d. 14 Feb. 1867.

Mr. Mure d. 12 Jan. 1818. His 2nd son.

Rev. Thomas Fbedebick More, of Linley Hall, b. 19 Jan.
1790 ; 111. his cousin, 1831, Harriet Mary, dau. of Thomas More,
Esq. of Larden, and had issue,
Robert .Taspek, now of Linley and Larden.
Harriet Louisa, m. Rev. Maurice Lloyd, of Montgomery.
Mr. More d. 7 Dec. 1869.

Arms — Sa., a swan close ppr., beaked gu., all within a border
engrailed arg. Crest — 1st, An eagle arg. preying upon a hare
«a. ; 2nd, Out of a ducal coronet or, a swan's head and neck ppr .

Seats — Linley Hall, Bishop's Castle, Salop, and Larden Hall,
31uch Wenlock, co. Salop.


Palmee-Morewood, Charles Eowland, Esq.
of Alt'reton Park, co. Derby, and Ladbroke Hall,
CO. Warwick, J. P. for both cos., and D.L. for co.
■\Varwick, High Sheriff 1880, b. 7 June, 1843 ; m.
17 July, 1873, Patience Marv, 3rd dau. of Right
Rev. Lord Arthur Hervej, iJishop of Bath and
Wells, and has isaue,

3. Rowland Charles Arthur, b. 9 Jan. 1879.

II. Anthony Constantino, 6. 31 Aug. 1888; d. 15 Jan. 1889.

1. Clara Winifred Sarah, b. 21 Dec. 1881.

Xiineage.— The Palmers of Ladbroke are the senior line
of the Palmer family from which descend the Palmers of
Wanlip, the Palmers of Nazing Park, and Palmer, Lord

William Palmer, Esq. of Ladbroke, co. Warwick, son and
heirof Sir William Palmer, Knt. of Clerkenwell, who purchased
the estate of Ladbroke tenqi. Charles I., m. Elizabeth dau.,
of John Scrymshire, Esq. of Norbury, co. Stafford, by Eliza-
beth his wife, only dau. of Sir Hervey Bagot, Bart., and had,
iwith a dau. Elizabeth, who d. won., a son,

Charles Palmer, Esq. of Ladbroke, who m. Mary, dau. of
Sir Richard Newdigate, Bart, of Arbury Park, co. Warwick,
and had, with three daus. (Mary, who d. v.nm. ; Dorothy m.
— Murcott, Esq. ; and Elizabeth, who d. unin.), two sons,
"William, who d. unm., and

Charles PAL>rEE, Esq. of Ladbroke, who m. Jane Anne, dau.
of Richard Goodwyn, Esq. of Ashbourne, co. Derby, and sister of
Ellen, wife of George Mobewood, Esq.of Alfreton, High Sheriff
in 17G2 (a representative of the Morewoodsof Alfreton, a family
•which ranked from an early period with the principal gentry
cf the county). By Jane his wife, he had issue,

AViLLiAM, his heir.

Charles (Rev.), Rector of Lighthorne, h. 23 Nov. 1782; m.
22 Jan. 1823, Lady Charlotte Finch, dau. of Hcneage, 4th
Earl Aylesford, and had by her (who d. 17 Jan. 1869; a son,
Henry Charles, b. 14 Aug. 1826, and four daus., Louisa;
Mary Isabella ; Frances ; and Charlotte Ellen.

Mary Anne, m. Thomas Bilbio, Esq. of Xottleworth House,

His eldest son,

William Palmer Mobewood, Esq. of Alfreton Hall, co.
Derby, and Ladbroke, co. Warwick, to. Dee. 1815, Clara, 2nd
dau. of Sir Charles Blois, Bart., and by her (who d. 1865) haj

Charles Rowland, his heir.

William Frederick, hi. Lucy, dau. of Rev. C. Johnson, and
d. leaving one son.

Ellen, m. G. H. Elliott, Esq. of Farnborough Park, Hants,
and d. Feb. 1892.

Lucy Anne.

This gentleman, whose patronymic was Palmer, assumed the
surname of Morewood on succeeding to the estates of the
Morewoods in 1825. He d. 23 Feb. 1863, and was a. by his son,
Charles Rowland Palmer-Morewood, Esq. of Alfreton
Hall and Ladbroke, J.P. and D.L., b. 5 Aug. 1819 ; m. 9 June,
1842, the Hon. Georgina Byron, 2nd dau. of George Anson,
7th Lord Byron, and had by her (who d. 23 Jan. 1893} issue,
Charles Rowland, now of Alfreton.
William Lewis George, 6. 1854, d. 1882.
George Herbert, b. 18.^7.

Alfred, 6. 1859. in. 1883, Alice Beatrice, dau. of the late Rev.
Francis John Hurt, and has issue, two daus.
Ernest Augustus, b. 1860.

Georgiana Millicent, m. "28 April, 1868, Samuel Charles, 2nd
Lord Hindlip, and has issue, (sccBdrke's Peerage).
Adela, m. 12 Dec. 1867, George A. Hacket, Esq. of Moor
Hall, CO. Warwick, and has issue (see that family).
Frances Maude, to. 30 April, 1872, Capt. Cecil Lyon, son of
Lieut. -Col. Lyon, of Dabrusken, co. Dumfries.
Ellen Mary, to. 1st Sept. 1873, Edward Miller Mundy, Esq.,
of Shipley Hall (divorced), and 2ndly, 1882, Charles Henry
John, present Earl of Shrewsbury, and has issue {see
Burke's Peerage).
He d. 21 Feb. 1873.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Mobewood, vert, an oalc
tree coup6 on base arg. fructed or; 2nd and 3rd, Palmer, aig.,
on two bars sa. three trefoils of the first, in chief a greyhound
courant of the second. Crests — Mobewood : Two arms em-
bowed armed ppr., supporting a chaplct of oak branches vtrt,
fructed or ; Palmer : A greyhound sejant sa. coUared.

Seats — Alfreton Park, Alfreton, co. Derby, and Ladbroke
Hall, Southam, co. Warwick. Town House — 66, Queen's
Gate, S.W.

cud) — Junior Carlton.


Morgan, Col. Geoege Manners, of Biddlesdon
Park, Bucks, and Abercothy, co. Carmarthen, J.P.
Bucks and co. Northampton, Hon. Col. Royal Bucks
Hussars, formerly Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards, b. 28
July, 1833 ; m. 23 Sept. 1858, Elizabeth Lydia
Player, dau. of Cajjt. Thomas Brigstocke, R.N., of
Ferryside, co. Carmarthen, and niece of W. Brig-
stocke, Esq. of Blaenpant, co. Cardigan, and has
had issue,

I. George Robert Manners, b. 24 July, 1850 ; d. 1 July, 1862.

II. L01S Ferdinand Habry Codbtbope, who, in conjunction
with his wife, has assumed by royal licence, the ad-
ditional surname and arms of Gbenville, 6 Dec. 1890, is
Capt. 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster Regt., b. 5 Jan. 1861 ;
m. 4 Nov. 1884, Mary, 8th Baboness Kinloss, C.I. (see
Bdeke's Peerage), eldest dau. of Richard, 3rd and last
Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, and has issue,

1 Richard George Gbenville, 6. 25 Sept. 1887.

2 Luis Chandos Francis Temple, b. 10 Oct. 1889.

3 Thomas George Breadalbane, b. 21 July, 1892.

1 Caroline Mary Elizabeth Grcnville, 6. 26 June, 1886.

III. Thomas Chandos Chardin, 6. 23 Dec. 1863.

I. Caroline Georgina Elizabeth Anna, b. 5 March, 1865.

Xiiueag'e. — James Morgan, Esq. (of an old Carmarthen-
shire family), Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, and a Bencher
of that society, derived considerable property from his maternal
uncle, Erasmus Lewis, Esq. of Abercothy. He m. Mary, one
of the four daus. (of whom Catherine, m. Henry Paulet, 4th
Duke of Bolton) and co-heir of Charles Parry, Esq. of Oakfield,
Berks, by Mary his wife, dau. of Sir John Chardin, and by her
(who d. 11 March, 1757) had issue,
George. William. John. Chardin.

James, D.D., of Oakfield, Berks, Rector of Llanttisant, co.
Glamorgan, and Prebendary of Gloucester, m. Mary Tlioyts,
and had issue, Francis, of Oakfield; James; Henry (Rev,),
Rector of Goodrich, near Ross ; and Mary.
John, of Bedford Square.





Mr. Morgan was s. by his eldest son,

George Morgan, Esq. of Abercothy, co. Carmarthen, and
Biddlcsdon Park, Bucks, 6. 13 Oct. 1739, who m. 1792, Frances,
dau. of William Mabbott, of Bulmarsh Court, near Reading, by
Frances, dau. of George Courthope, Esq. of AVhiligh, Sussex,
and d. 10 June, 1819, having had issue,

George Manners, his heir.

AVilliam, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister, m. Catherine, dau. of

John Woodward, Esq. of Uckfield, Sussex.
Charles, of Caervorgan, Swansea, and of Lincoln's Tnn, m.

Caroline Elizabetli, dau. of Rev. John James, Rector of

Penmaen, near Swansea, and had, with other issue, Charles

Edward, of Oakfield, Berks, J.P., Col. late 67tn Foot, b.

Frederick (Rev.), m. a dau of Rev. J. Paylor, and had issue

four children. !

Alfred, of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law. I

Edmund, m. a dau. of Charles Brett, Esq. of Cheltenham,

and had issue, four children.

The eldest son,

George Morgan, Esq. of Eiddleston Park, and of Aber-
cothy, CO. Carmarthen, J. P. cos. Bucks, Carmarthen, North-
ampton, and Oxford, and D.L. for the three first named cos.,
High Sheriff of co. Carmarthen 1824, and of Bucks, 1826, 6.
6 .Xug. 1793; m. 1S20, Anna Eliza, 4th dau. of George Laver
Oliver, Esq. of Brill Park, co. Buckinghaa, and by her (who
d. 7 May, 1864) had issue,

Gf.obge Manners, now of Biddlesdon Park.

Francis Frederick Richard Mansel, of Plas Cord M6r,
l.lanfairpwU, Anglesey, J. P. and D.L., formerly Capt. 3rd
Batt. Bedfordshire Reet., b. Oct. 18:!ft|; m. laS^, Alice, dau.
of William Krauztler, Esq. Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Paik,
and formerly of Alsace, France, and has issue,

1 Francis George Courthorpe Mansel, Lieut. South Wales
Borderers, 6. 27 March, 1868.

2 Arden Henry William Llewelyn, b. 1869.

1 Evelyn Anna Marguerite.

2 Emily Alice Paulina.

Chandos Stuart Temple Henry, 6. Sept. 1839.
Mr. Morgan d. 1847.

Arms — Sa., a lion rampant reguardant arg. Crest— A demi-
lion lampant reguardant, as in the arms.

yeats — Biddlesdon Park, near Brackley, and Abercothy, Car-

C'iui— Army and Navy.



MoEGAN, Gkoege AUGUSTUS, Esq. of Golden
Grove, co. Flint, Lieut. -Col. in Her Majesty's
Service, served in the Ottoman Army 1854-55. first
as Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Cannon, and then to Gen.
Beatson, and aftervcards commanded a regt. of
Albanian Cavalry, 6. 11 April, 1828 ; nt. 18 April,
1850, Emily, eldest dau. of Rev. J. T. Maine, M.A.,
of Brighton Wood, Hants, J. P., and has a son,

Edward Augustus Gwtlltm, b. 12 Feb. 1851.

Xilneag'e. — This family, which has been seated from an
early period at Golden Grove, descends from Ednifed Vtchak,
Ix)rd of Brynffenigl, in Carnarvon, representative of Marchddd
AP Cynan, founder of the Vlllth noble tribe of North Wales
and Powys, memorable as the progenitor of the Royal House
of Tudor.

Edward Morgan, Esq., who assumed the family surname,
was 9th in descent from Sir Tudor ap Edntfed Vychan, one
of the Commissioners for a conclusion of peace between
i Edward I. and Llewelyn, King of North Wales. He m.
Catherine, dau. of John Davies, Esq. of Gwynsaney, and had
issue. The eldest son,

Edward Morgan, Ksq. of Golden Grove, " learned in the
law," Jit. Anne, dau. of John Conway, Esq. of Bodrhyddan, and
I dying 25 Feb. 1611, left a son and heir,

1 Robert Morgan, F.sq. of Golden Grove, living 1622, who m.
I Catherine, dau. of Sir William Jones, of Castell-y-niarch, and
: was s. at his decease by liis eldest son,

I Capt. William Morgan, of Golden Grove, who m. Eliza,
, dau. of Thomas Whiteley, Esq. of Ashton, and had a son and
I heir,

1 Edward Morgan, Esq., slain at Winnington Bridge. He
left by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Thomas White, Esq., a son
' and successor,

Kdward Morgan, F,sq. of Golden Grove, who m. Ursula,
dau. of Sir Henry Bunbury, Bart, of Stann-y, and had issue,
Edward, his heir; Thomas, a Capt. at Barbadoes; William;

Elizabeth ; Catherine, who lived at Chester. Mr. Morgan d.
1682, and was s. by his son,

Edward Morgan, Esq. of Golden Grove, High Sheriff
1701, 6. 1669 ; m. Frances, dau. of William Bankes, Esq. of
Winstanley Hall, co. Lancaster, and by her (who d. 1744) had
a dau. Catherine, m. Thomas Bankes, Esq. of Winstanley, and
a son,

Edward Morgan, Esq. of Golden Grove, High Sheriff 1738,
who m. Anne, dau. and heir of Robert Crompton, Esq. of
Kinnerton and Bache, co. Chester, and dying 1749, was s. by
his son,

Peter Morgan, Esq. of Golden Grove, High Sheriff 1752,
who m. Margaret, dau. of John Heskeib, Esq. of Warrington,
and dying 1780, left a dau. Margaret, who d. unm., and a son
and successor,

Edward Morgan, Esq. of Golden Grove, J. P. and D.L.,
Lieut.-Col. Flintshire Militia, High SheriCf 1792, b. 7 Aug.
1759 ; m. 1792, Louisa, dau. and co-heir of Thomas Griffith,
Esq. of Rhual, and had issue,

Edward, late of Golden Grove. Augustus Henry (Rev.).
Louisa Henrietta, m. March, 1823, Richard Augustus Tucker
Steward, Esq. of Noitington House.

Mr. Morgan d. 28 June, 1831, and was s. by his son,

Edward Morgan, Esq. of Golden Grove, J. P., Col. of the
Militia, b. 1 April, 1793 ; m. 1st, 14 Feb. 1827, Charlotte, dau.
of Col. Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle, of Hartsheath Park, in the
same shire, and by her (who d. 28 April, 1828) had a son,
George Augustus, of Golden Grove. Col. Morgan, in. 2ndly,
31 July, 1832, Alice, dau. of John Douglas, Esq. of Gym, co.
Flint, and d. 1861, leaving

Arthur Edward, late Capt. 71st Highlanders, b. 16 Aug. 1838 ;

m. 1884, Ada, dau. ol Dr. Cross, of Clitton, and d. 1892,

leaving by her, who d. 1887, Alured Edward, b. 1886; Noel

Arthur, b. !t86.
Charles Peter, 6. 19 Feb. 1843; m. 13 Sept. 1877, Sarah.

Henrietta, dau. of Richard Williams, Esq. of Glyn Arthur,

CO. Denbigh.
Edwin, of Cae Gwyn, co. Flint, J. P., b. 2 Nov. 1848: to.

1875, Edith Mary, dau. of J. Thompson, Esq. of Henfiyn,

CO. Flint, and had, Edwin Arthur Douglas, b. 18i8, and

Edith Alice Elizabeth.

Armn — Quarterly : 1st and 4th gu., a chevron erm. between
three Englishmen's heads, in profile, couped at the neck, ppr.,
bearded and haired sa., for Ednyfed Vychan : 2nd and Srd
gu., a Saracen's head erased at the neck arg., environed about
the temples with a wreath orand arg., for Marchud ap Cynan.
Crest — An Englishman's head, as in the arms. Motto — Heb.
Dduw heb ddim, a Dduw a ddigon.

&u(— Golden Grove, Holywell, built 1678.


Morgan, Gwenllian Elizabeth Fanny and
Ellen Maria, of Buckingham Place, Brecon, and
of the Pare, co. Brecon, daus. of the late Ret.
Philip Howel Morgan, M.A., and Margaret, hi*
wife, s. to their maternal grandfather's estate as co-
heiresses, on the death of their uncle, the Rev.
William Hughes, M.A. (of the Pare, Vicar of
Ebbw Vale, co. Monmouth, J.P. for that co.), 15
Feb. 1886.

Xiineag'e. — The history of this family is given in Jones'
History of Brecknockshire, and also in Hugh Thomas' MSS. in
the British Museum. Gwilym of Maescar, descended from
Brychan Brecheiniog, King of Garthmadryn (living 400), m.
Alice, dau. of Richard Bevan Meredith Gwilym Gunter, and
had two sons,

I. Morgan, of Blaensenni, m. a dau. of Llewelyn Morgan
Llewelyn ap Morgan David Gam, and had two sons, Willia

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