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Edward Thomhill, Esq. of Kingston Lisle, and by her (who d.
21 Sept. 1863) had issue,

Thomas Thomhill, m. 1835, Louisa, dau. of A. E. Martin
Atkins, Esq of Kingston Lisle, and d. s.p. 1848.

Benjamin, late of Sheepstead.

George Bowes, of Abingdon, Berks, to. Mary, dau. of Thomas
Thomhill, Esq. of Woodleys, co. Oxford, and d. leaving
with other issue, John, now of Abingdon, 6. 1838; m.
1863, Helen, dau. of Rev. G. Hough: Edward, J. P., b.
1841; TO. 1881, Ethel, 3rd dau. of J. D. Thomson, Esq. of
Chichester House; and Katharine Mary, m. 1890, B. H.
Morland, Esq. of Sheepstead.

Edward Henry, of West Ilsley, Berks, J.P., late B.C.S., 6.
10 Dec. 18li9; m. 4 July, 1839, Caroline Matilda, dau. of
William Bannatyne Macleod, M.D., C.B., Bengal C.S. She
d. 1888. He d. 23 Dec. 1892. John.

Elizabeth, m. John Edward Armstrong, Esq.

Georgiana, m. Edward Amos Chaplin, Esq., and has issue.

Susan, d. unm, 29 Nov. 1886, aged 78.

i'fggy Louisa, m. Rev. Henry B. Daubeney, and has issue.

>.llen, m. James Torry Hester, Esq.

Mr. Morland d. 8 Sept. 1833. His son,

Key. Benjamin Morland, of Sheepstead, co. Berks, M.A.,
Vicar of Shabbington, Bucks, b. 18 May, 1805; rni. 9 Oct.
1834, Anna Maria, dau. of Rev. John Collins, of Betterton, and
by her (who d. 1863) had issue,

I. Benjamin Henry, J. P., now of Sheepstead.

I. Louisa Rose, m. Rev. Lancelot Lee, M.A., Rector of
Worthen, Salop.

II. Elizabeth. iii. Anna.

Eev. Benjamin Morland d. 11 Oct. 1892.
Seot— Sheepstead House, Abingdon, Berks.



mORLEY OF MARRICK PARK.

MOET.ET, Henry Clekvaux Chaytor, Esq. of
Marrick Park and Hurst, co. York; b. 10 Nov. 1889 ;
*. his father 1892.

Lineagre. — By the earliest records we learn that W'en-
nington Hall, together with the manor, was held by the family
■who bore the local surname, and that, at a period antecedent
to the time of Edward II., William de Wennyngton was in
possession of the estate. His granddau. (only child of his
Kon Gilbert),

Makgaret de We.vnington, conveyed the lands in marriage,
about 4 Edward HI., to her husband, Richard de Merlet, or
MoRLET, of Great and Little Morley, co. Lancaster. In the
descendants of this alliance Wennington continued until the
year 1673, when, on their removal to Beamsley Hall, West
Rilling, CO. York, it was sold to the Mardens, of Gisburn, and
is now possessed by William Allen Francis Saunders, Esq.,
who is married to the dau. of a descendant of the ancient
possessor, Josias Morlet, Esq. of Beamsley.

John de Morley, Lord of Great and Little Morley, son of
Richard de Morley and Margaret de Wennington his wife,
inherited the manor of Wennington, jiircmairw. He m. Ann
Booth, of Barton, and from him lineally descended,

Francis Morley, Esq. of Wennington, in. Cassandra, dau.
and co-heir of Josias Lambert, Esq. of Calton, in Craven,
and sister of the famous Parliamentary General, John Lam-
bert. By this lady (who m. 2ndly, Mr. Claxton), Francis
Morley had three sons, i. Thomas, of Wennington, d. 16 Sept.
1C64, aged 66; ii. Josias, 6. 1 Nov. 1612; m. 8 July, 1642,
Dorothy Thompson, andrf. at Hornby, 31 Dec, 1690, leaving a
numerous issue; m. Francis, of whose descendants we treat.
The 3rd son,

FrancisMorley, Esq.,6. 3Aug. 1614; -m. Jane BuskcU, of
Capel Side, Westmorland, and had two sons,

I. Josias, of Wennington Hall, and afterwards of Scale
House, in Craven, Lord of the Manor of Bethmesley and
Clapham, by purchase from the senior branch of the family.
He m. twice : by his first wife, Elizabeth, he had no child ;
but by the 2nd, Anne, dau. of William Atkinson, of West
Halton, he had issue.

II. Francis, of whom presently.

Mr. Morley d. in France. His 2nd son,

Francis Morley, Esq. of Clapham, co. York, h. 3 March,
1652 ; m. Emmat, dau. of Byrks, of Pur.-eland, co. Y'ork, and
had four sons and five daus. He d. 1708, and was s. by his
eldest 60n,



John Morley, Esq. of Beamsley Hall, Lord of the Manors
of Bethmesley and Clapham,™. Anne, dau. of Thomas Bensoa,
Esq. of Lancaster, and had issue,

I. Josias, his heir.

I. Elizabeth, m. Caleb Rcad.shaw, Esq. of Richmond, and
had issue,

1 Caleb Readshaw, heir to his uncle.

1 Anne Readshaw.

2 Jane Readshaw, m. Thomas Cornforth, Esq. of Rich-

mond.

II. Margaret, m. Very Rev. Thomas Wilson, D.D., Dean of
Cai lisle, and left issue,

1 Thomas Wilson, M.A., Vicar of Corbridge, Korth-
umbcrland, who s. to Clapham and Rut.mell at the-
decease of his uncle, Josias, and took the name of
Morley. He m. 9 April, 1782, Maria, dau. of W. Hughes,
Esq. of Low Field, Somerset.

2 George (Rev.), M.A., m. Jane, dau. of Rev. Charlea
Alix, of Swaffham, co. Cambridge.

1 Margaret, m. Robert Walters, Esq.

2 Barbara, m. John L. Pownall, Esq.
The only son,

Josias Morley, Esq. of Bethmesley and Giggleswick, Lord
of the Manors of Beamsley and Clapham, m. Lydia, dau. and
co-heir of George Whalley, Esq. of Winterburne, but d. s. p^
1783, when he was s. at Beamsley by his nephew,

Caleb Readshaw, Esq., who assumed, in consequence, the
surname and arms of Morley. He m. Alice Mary, dau. of
Henry Chaytor, Esq. of Croft, and by her (who d. 1833) hai
issue,

Josias Readshaw Morley, his heir.

John Readshaw Morley, Hanoverian Consul at Calais.

William, d. unm. Matthew, d. unm. Thomas.

The eldest son,

Josias Readshaw Morley, Esq. of Beamsley Hall and
Marrick Park, co. York, m. 1st, Mary Colling, and 2ndly,
Jane, dau. of Rev. Mr. Wilson, of Corbridge (she d. 17 Feb.
1809). By the former, he left at his decease, 1827, two son*,
and two daus.,

I. Francis, his heir.

II. Thomas, 6. 6 F'eb. 1814; d. Xov. 1835.

I. Mary.

II. Dorothy, to. 30 Dec. 1 841, William Allen Francis Saunders,
Esq. of Wennington Hall, co. Lancaster.

The son and heir,

Francis Morley, Esq. of Marrick Park, J. P., Capt. N.
York Regt., 6. 6 April, 1810; to. 1836, Charlotte, eldest dau.
of John Clervaux Chaytor, Esq. of Spennithorne Hall, and-
had issue,

Francis, late of Marrick Park.

Clervaux, Col. R.A., 6. 15 Feb. 1841.

Charlotte Anne. Anna Elizabeth. Alice Sophia.

Mr. Morley d. 1854. His eldest son,

Major-Gen. Francis Morley, of Marrick Park and Hurst„
CO. York, late commanding 1st Batt. 3rd Regt. of Foot (the-
Buffs), b. 19 Nov. 1836; to. 11 May, 1887, Grace, eldest dau.
of Henry John Nicoll, Esq. of Brightling Park, Sussex, anA
44, Hyde Park Gate, S.W., and had issue,

I. Henry Clervaux Chaytor, now of Marrick Park.

I. Grace Chaytor Wennington, b. 19 July, la88.
Major-Gen. Morley d. 10 Oct. 1892, and was s. by his only-
son.

.4rm«— Sa., a leopard's face or, jessant de lis arg. Creit —
A leopard's face or, jessant de lis arg. Motto — Sils le mordent,
mord Ics.

<StaJ— Marrivk Park, Richmond, co. Y'ork.



MORLEY OF HALL PLACE.

Morley, Samuel Hope, Esq. of Hall Place, co.
Kent, J.P, and D.L. for that co. and D.L. for
London, High Sheriff 1893, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb.,.
b. 3 July, ] 845 ; m. 6 March, 1884, Laura Mari-
anne, dau. of Rev. Gr. Royds Birch, M.A., and has-
issue,

Geoffrey Hope, b. 28 Jan. 1835.
Claude Hope, b. 5 June, 1887.

Lineage. — Samuel Morley, Esq. of Hall Place (son of
John Morley, Esq. of Hackney, by Sarah his wife, dau. of
Richard Poulton, Esq. of Maidenhead), J.P. and D.L., M.P.
for Nottingham 1865-66, and for Bristol 1868-85, 6. 15 Oct.
1809; m. 19 May, 1841, Rebekah Maria, dau. of Samuel Hope^
Esq. of Liverpool, and had issue,



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MOE



THE LANDED GENTRY.



MOK



I. Samuel Hope, now of Hall Place.
It. Howard, 6. 8 Nov. 1846.

III. Charles, 6. 27 Nov. 1847.

IV. Arnold (Right Hon.), P.C., M.P. for East Nottingham,
JI..\., a Member of the Senate of the University of Cam-
bridge, Earri<ter-at-Law, 6. 18 Feb. 1849; Patronage
Secretaiy of the Treasury 1886, Postmaster-General since
IS92.

▼. Henry Hope, 6. 1 Jan. ISSl, d. unm. 26 Feb. 1891.
L Eebekah Hope, in. 1872, Herbert Wilbraham Taylor, Esq.,
and (/. 8 Nov. 1877.

II. .\ugusta. Hi. 12 Aug. ISSO.Rev. Marmaduke Washington,
M.A.

III. Mary.

3Ir. Morley rf. 5 Sept. 1886.

Seat—\la.\\ Place, Leigh, Tunbridge.

Xotcii Residence — 43, Upper Grosvenor Street, W.



MOREALL OF PLAS YOLTN.

MoERALL, Cyrus, Esq. of Plas Yoljn and Plus
WaiTen, Salop, B.A., Brasenose Coll. Oxon., J.P.
and Lord of the Manor of Trajan, co. Salop, h. 9
April, 1854; m. 15 April, 1885, Anne Kinlocli, dau.
of Rev. Eoger Eowson Lingard-G-iitlirie, of Ta_y-
bank and Carnoustie, co. Forfar, and lias issue,

Essex Helen, 6. 17 July, 1891.
Emily Freda, h. 10 Sept. 1S93.

Liineage.— The Morralls have been seated in Salop from
an early period, and they now represent the very ancient
family of Edwardes of Kilhendre, which had resided in Dud-
le.ston antecedently to the date of any existing records.

Edwabd Mobball, Esq. of Plus Yolyn (son of John Mor-
Tall, Esq. of Plas Yolyn, by Judith his wife, dau. and
eventual heir of Thomas Edwabdes, Esq., of Kilhendre,
Salop, 18th in descent from Tcdok Tbevob), s. to Kilhendre
at the decease of his uncle, Thomas Edwardes, M.D. He m.
Elizabeth, dau. of Edward Dymock, Esq. of Willington, and
Pcntley, co. Flint, and 16 Jan. 1741, when he was s. by his
eldest son,

Josiaii Mobball, Esq. of Plas Yolyn and Kilhendre, m.
Margaret, sister of Sir Edward Lloyd, Hart, of Pengwern, by
whom he hadsixdaus., but leaving no male issue, the estates
vere inherited by his brother,

William SIobeall, Esq. of PlSs Yolyn and Kilhendre, in.
Susanna, dau. and heir of John Bee, Esq. of Wendlebury,
CO. Oxford, and dying 11 March, 1756, was s. by his son,

Cuaeles Mokball, Esq. of Kilhendre and Plas Y'olyn, who
sold the Kilhendre estates in 18C0. He m. Frances, only dau.
of William Challoner, Esq., and sole heir of her brother,
William Challoner, Esq., who d. during his shrievalty for
Salop 1800. By this lady (who d. 7 Dec. 1823) Mr. Morrall
had (with one dau.) nine sons,

I. William, his heir.

II. Charles, of New Hall, Salop, residing in Chester, J.P.
and D.L., to. Elizabeth, dau. of Williuin Boates, Esq. of
Liverpool, and had an only child, Emily, who vi. Michael
William Bellew Nugent, Esq.

III. Edwabd, successor to his brother Charles.

«v. Cyrus, of Liverpool, m. 1803, Margaret, dau. of Ecv.
Kichard Owen, M.A., of Bodsilyn, co. Carnarvon, and of ly
OLiry, CO. Merioneth (Kector of lioscolyn) and d. 1855,
having had issue,

1 Ctecs, his heir.

2 John Charies, 6. 1807: d.unm. 1840.

1 Margaret Owen, m. 1854, Capt. .John White, E.N., who
d. July, 1854. She d. s. -p. 28 July, 1893.

2 Harriet Lumley, deceased.
■V. Thomas, d. unm.

VI. Robert, to. Margaret, dau. nf Michael Kiclurdson, Esq.
of Liverpool, and d. $. p. 1872.

VII. Henry (Uev.), M.A., d. s.p.

VIII. Philip, d. unm.

IX. .John (liev.), M.A., late Fellow of Brasenose Coll., m.
Elizabeth, dau. of William Harding, Esq. or Liverpool, and
d.«.i>. 22 March, 1886.

Mr. Morrall d. 1822, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Mobball, Esq. of Plas Y^olyn, sometime Capt.
0th Foot, m. Sarah Thomas, and had an only child, Eliza-
beth Essex, m. William Leigh Hilton, Esq., a Capt. in the
army. Mr. Morrall dyin;j without male issue was s. in Pliis
Y'olyn by his brother, Chables ; then by Edward Mobball,
Esq. of Plas l''olyn and Plas Warren, who d. 1858, and was s.
by his nephew.

Rev. Cybcs Morrall, M.A., of Plas Yolyn, <;o. Salop,
Vicar of North Leigh, to. 1st, 1 Aug. 1833, Emily Jane, dau. of



Eev. Francis Blackburne, M.A. .Rector of Weston-super-Mare,
and by her (who d. 21 April, 1854) had issue,

I. Charles Edward, 6. 2 Dec. 1842 ; d. 25 Sept. 1849.

II. Francis Edwardes, 6. 6 Sept. 1844; d. 22 Feb. 1853.

III. Cyril Blackburne, d. an infant.

IV. Edward Kichard, b. 1852 ; d. U Jan. 1855.

V. Cybcs, now of Plils Y'olyn.

I. Emily Harriet, d. unm. 1859.

II. Caroline Jane, d. unm. 21 Jan. 1881.

III. Adelaide Owen, to. Very Rev. Evan Lewis, Eector of
Dolgelly and Dean of Bangor, and has issue, three sons
and four daus.

IV. Margaret, ra. W. H. Robertson, Esq., M.D. of Buxton,
CO. Derby.

V. Jane Blackburne (deceased).

VI. Elizabeth Dora, m. J. T. Gobat, Esq.

Mr. Morrall to. 2ndly, 10 Nov. 1860, Georgiana Fleming, widow
of Henry Urquhart, Esq., and dau. of Robert Fisher, Esq. of
Chetwynd Grove, Salop (which lady d. 11 April, 1872), and d.
30 May, 1882, when he was «. by his only surviving son, Ciecs
Mobball, Esq., now of Plas Yolyn.

Anns — Arg., on a fesse, embattled gu., between six Cornish
choughs ppr., three palm branches of the field, quartering
Edwabdes— viz., gu., a chevron engrailed between three boars'
heads erased arg. Crest— A demi-grifBn. iVotfo— Norma tiiN<-
Veritas.

Seat — Plas Yolyn and PUs Warren, Ellesmere, Salop.



MOERELL OP HEADINGTON HIIiL
HALL.

MoEEELL, GrEOEGE Heebeet, Esq. of Headington
Hill Kail, and Culham, co. Oxford, and Streatlej
House, CO. Berks, M.A. and B.C.L. of Exeter Coll.
Oxford, J.P. and D.L., co. Oxford, High Sheriff
18S5, and J.P. co. Berks, Lieut.-Col. 1st (Oxford
Unir.) Oxfordshire Light Infantry ; M.P. for Mid-
Oxon, 1891-92, b. 20 Eeb. 1845 ; m. 4 Feb. 1874,
Emily Alicia, only dau. and heir of James Morrell,
Esq. of Headington Hill, and has issue,

I. .James Heebebt, b. 9 July, 1882.

II. George Blark, b. 4 Oct. 1884.

Lineagre. — Jeremiah Moeeell, Esq. of Walllngford,
Berks, m. 1726, Mary, dau. of J. Smith, Esq. of Guildford, and
had issue,

I. Jeremiah, in. and had issue.

II. William, m. and had issue. in. Charles, d. unm.

IV. Makk. of Wallingford, bapt. 22 Nov. 1737 ; m. Sarah,
dau. of William Greenwood, Esq. and had issue,

1 Charles, of Wallingford, m. and had issue.

2 Mark, d. unm. 3 James, of whom hereafter.
4 John.

1 Sarah.

2 Mary, m. Mr. Stone, of Englefield, Berks, and had issue
one son, William Henry (see below).

Mark Morrell d. 1787. His 3rd son,

James Mobeell, Esq. of Headington Hill, co. Oxford, m.
Jane, dau. of Theophilus Wharton, Esq. of Headington,
and (/. 10 Nov. 1855, having had issue,

1 Mark Theophilus, d. unm. 28 Juno, 1842.

2 James, of Headington, J.P. and D.L., High .Sheriff co.
Oxford 1853, b. 10 March, 1810; to. 27 Nov. 1851, Alicia
Harriette, dau. of Rev. W. Everett, B.D., Rector of
Romford, Essex, and d. 12 Sept. 1863, leaving an only
dau. and heir,

Emily Alicia, of Headington Hill, who in. as above,

her kinsman, George Herbert Morrell, Esq., in

her right now of Headington Hill.

1 Emily, m. her cousin {vide supra) 25 May, 1830,

William Henry Stone, Esq. of Streatley House, Berks

(who d. 20 June, 18B3), and had issue, one dau. Jane

Mary {h. May, 1831, d. unm. 7 Feb. 1847), and d. 3

June, 1891.

V. James, of Oxford, b. 1739 ; d. 3 May, 1807. He m. 1769,
Anne, dau. of Wilmot Baker, Esq. of Moulsford, Berks, by
whom (who rf. 25 Jan. 1819), he had, with six daus. (Mar-
garetta Maria, to. Rev. Robert Wintle, Vicar of Culham,
CO. Oxford; Anne Deacon, d. unm. Is70; Mary, to. Rev.
Edward Barry, Rector of Wallingford ; Sarah, d. unm. ;
Elizabeth, d. unm. ; Frances, d. unm), two sons,

1 Deacon, of Moulsford, and Streatley, co. Berks, 6. 9 Sept.
1775 ; d. unm. 10 March, 1854; ,•;. his grandfather, Wilmot
Baker, Esq., in .Moulsford and Streatley, and was s. by
his nephew, Hopewell Baker Morrell, in Moulsford (set-
Morrell of Moulsford), and by his cousin, William Henry
Stone, in Streatley.

2 Baker, of Oxford, b. 21 June, 1779; s. his grandfather.
Wilmot Baker, in North Stoke and Ashanr.pstead ; d. W



MOR



THE LANDED GENTRY.



MOR



1435



April, 1854; m. 1801, Mary ElizaTieth, dau. and co-heir of

Eev. Joseph Cliapman, D.D. , President of Trin Coll.

Oxford, by whom (who d. 15 March, 1861), he had a dau.

Anne Elizabeth, b. 17 June, 1804, m. llev. Charles

Girdlestone, Eector of Kingswinford, co. Stafford, and

five sons,

James WriRht Hayward, 6. 9 April, 1802 ; d. 9 May,

1873; m. Mary Caroline, dau. of James Stuart, Esq. ot

Quebec, and had issue, 1 George Deacon, of Eorthamp-

ton, CO. Gloucester; 2 Hopewell Baker (see Morreli,

of Moulsford) ; 3 Charles Girdlestone; 4 James; 1 Mary

Susanna, m. Major Arthur Ford, K.H.A. ; 2 Fanny

Caroline, to. James Arthur Hilliard, Esq.

Eobert Price (Rev.), Kector of Woodham Mortimer,

Essex,?). 15 Dec. 180G;(/. 8 June, 1872; m. Mary Mount,

dau. of Major Brock, and had issue, 1 James Henry, 7)i.

1st, Emily Marianne Le Measurer (who d. 1868), and

■2ndly, 1870, Anne, Carlyon, of Cornwall ; 1 Charlotte

Mount Brock, to. Weymouth Schrieber, Esq. of Toronto,

Canada; 2 Mary ; 3 Emily Emma, d. 13 Jan. 1882, m.

Capt. John Duncan Cameron, Chester Militia.

Frederick Joseph, of Broughton, near Banbury, b. 25 Jan .

1811: m. 23 Dec. 1834, Elizabeth Maria, dau. of Joseph

Parker, of Black Hall, Oxford; and d. 13 Jan. 1882,

having had issue, 1 Krederic Parker, of Black Hall, h.

3 April, 1839; ?». 26 Feb. 1867, Harriette Anne, dau.

of Kev. Philip Wynter, D.D., President of St. John's

Coll. Oxford, and has issue ; 2 Baker (Kev.), M.A.,

Chaplain East Indies, h. 6 March, 1841 ; m. 21 Nov.

1867, Edith Frances, dau. of Col. Brett, 17th Lancers,

and d. 4 Jan. 1S87; 3 Edward Chapman, d. 25 Feb.

1880; 4 George Lewis Hayes; 5 Arthur, d. 18 March,

1877 ; 1 Mary Sophia, m. 4 April, 1867, Charles Edward

Karslake, Esq. (who d. 22 Nov. 1873) ; 2 Anna Maria ;

3 Louisa Anne, m. 19 Oct. 1875, Rev. William Nichols

Croome, M.A., Vicar of Syston, co. Leicester; 4

Helen.

George Kidd (Rev.), Vicar of Moulsford, 6. 4 .July, 1813,

VI. Anna Letitia, Uau.of David Powell, Esq. of Lougliton,

Essex ; s. his father in Ashampstead, and d. IS April,

1881, leaving issue,

1 George Herbert, now of Headington Hill, ju^-e
uxoris, who s. his father in Ashampstead, and his
cousin, Mrs. Emily Stone {see above), in Streailey.

2 Robert Baker, m. 25 June, 1873, Frances Anna, dau.
of Rev. William Harry Lloyd, Vicar of Cholsey.

3 Edward, m. 1st, 1874, Frances, dau. of J. Kirkwood,
Esq. (she d. June, 1891); he m. 2ndly, Frances, dau.
of F. Oldaker, Esq.

1 Mary Agnes, d. 24 June, 1880.
Thomas Baker (Right Rev.), Bishop Coadjutor of Edin-
burgh 1863-69, b. 4 Aug. 1815 ; m. Francina Maria,
dau. of Charles Lane, Esq. of Badgmore, Henley; d.
5 Nov. 1877.
VI. Eobert, m. and had issue,
reremiah Morreli d. 20 July, 1766.

Arvis Or, a bend invected gu., between in chief a sprig of
liree roses gu., leaved and slipped ppr.. and in base a cruss-
n'osslet of the last. Crest— A. demi-liou rampant guardant per
jale arg. and sa., holding in the dexier paw a stalk of three
•OSes gu., seeded or, barbed and stalked vert, resting the sinister
)aw on a cross-crosslet gu. Motto — Bono ammo esto.

Sent— Headington Hill Hall, co. O.xford, and Streatley House,
;o. Berks.

Clubs — Carlton, Junior Carlton, and New University.



MORRELL OP MILTON NILE.

MoBEELL, Charles, Esq. of Milton Nile, Berks,
T.P. for Eerks, Bucks, Oxford, and Northampton,
'>. 4 Dec. 1842 ; m. 1st, 29 June, 1865, Edith, dau. of
E. B. Gardner, Esq. of Mickleham, Surrey, and bj
aer (who d. 7 Feb. 1878), has issue,

i 1. Mark, 6. 2 March, 1871.

11. Charles Janu\s, b. 7 Feb. 1S73.
I I. Constance Edith.

II. Caroline Minnie. ni. Fanny.

IV. Mary. v. Katherine llarriet.

e m. 2ndi7, 6 May, 1884, Emma, dau. of the Eov.
;lir John Leigh Hoskyns, Bart., and has further
,5sue,

'■ III. Harold George, 6. 19 Nov. 18S.J.
VI. Phyllis Emma.

ifr. Morreli is son of Mark Morreli, Esq. of Tick-
Drd Park, Bucks (who d. 1854), by his wife
larriet, wlio d. 1883.
&«i Milton Nile, Stcventon, Berkjj.



MOBRELL OF MOULSFORD.

MoREELi, Hopewell Bakeh, Esq. of Moulsford,
Berks, J. P. cos. Radnor and Berks, Patron of
Moulsford, b. 9 March, 1836 ; s. his great-uncle.
Rev. Deacon Morreli, in 1854 ; m. 14 Feb. 1860,
Louisa Foote, dau. of the late J. C. Hay, Esq. of
Kelso, CO. Roxburgh, and has issue,

I. Hopewell James Shuldham, b. 22 Dec. 1860.

II. Arthur Frederick Way, b. 27 June, 1863.

III. Charles Sconce, b. 14 May, 1S6J.

IV. Herbert Hugh, b. 7 May, 1866.
v. Reginald Lister, b. 22 Dec. 1868.

VI. Leonard Cyril, 6. 26 Dec. 1870.

VII. George Deacon, b. 7 May, 1872,

VIII. Noel Hay, 6. 18 Dec. 1874.

IX. Walter, b. 26 Aug. 1876.

I. Louie Florence.

II. Violet Winifred.

Lineage.— James Wright Hatwabd Moerell, Esq. of
Forthampton House, co. Gloucester (son of Baker Morreli,
Esq., by his wife Mary Elizabeth Chapman, see Morrell of
Headington Hill Hall), b. 9 April, 1802 ; m. Mary Caroline,
dau. of James Stuart, Esq. of Montreal, Canada, and by her
(who d. 1866) had issue,

Hopewell Baker, now of Moulsford.
Charles Girdlestone.
James Yorke.

Mary Susanna, m. Col. Arthur Ford, R.A.
Fanny Caroline, m. James Arthur Hilliard, E3C[.
Mr. Morreli d. 1873.
Sfafj!— Moulsford, ^yallingfo^d, Berks.
Chi.b — Constitutional.



O'CONNOR-MORRIS OF GARTNAMONA
OB MOUNT PLEASANT.

O'CoxNOE-MoERis, WrLLiAM, of Gartnamona or
Mount Pleasant, King's co. B.A., J.P., Barrister-
at-Law, County Court Judge, and Chairman of
Quarter Sessions, co. Roscommon and Sligo, b. 26
Nov. 1824 ; *. his father, the Rev. B. Morris, of
Mount Pleasant, Rector of Rincurran, in the diocese
of Cork and Cloyne, 3U Oct. 1846 ; w. 16 March,
1858, Georgiana Kathleen, eldest dau. of Georgo
Hayward Lindsay, Esq. of Glasiievin, co. Dublin,
D.L., and the Lady Mary Lindsay (see Bueke's
i^eerage, Eael of'Cea.W^FOED and Balcarees),
and has isstie,

I. Maurice Lindsay O'Connor, Barrister-at-Law, b. "-j
March, 1865.

I. Louisa Sudley Elizabeth, d. 3 Nov. 1859.

II. Mary Augusta Caroline, twin with her sister.
in. Elizabeth Georgiana Catlierine.

IV. Emily Alice Henrietta, d. 20 April, 1864.

v. Gertrude Ellen Charlotte.

VI. Kathleen Blargaret Helen, d. 18 Feb. 1830.

J^amilu of UTorris.
Lineagre. — This branch of the family of Morris, which i.<»
said to have been settled in co. Stafford tcin]i. Elizabeth,
became established in co. Waterford about 1G25.

Benjamin Morris, Esq. of Waterford, J.P., m. Isabella
Smyth, of the same place, and had three sons, William, Ben-
jamin and John. The eldest,

AViLLtAM Morris, Esq. of Waterford, J.P., m. Martha, dau.
of Richard Reade, Esq. of Rossenarra, co. Kilkenny, and by her
had four sons,

Benjamin, d. .?. p. Richard, d. v.iim.

William, of whom presently. George Wall.

The 4th son,

George Wall, Deputy-Governor co. Waterford (who
assumed the additional surname of Wall on succeeding to the
estates of his father-in-law), vx. Jane, eldest dau. and heir
of James Wall, Esq. of Clonea Castle, co. Waterford, and had.
a son,

Richard Wall, of Rockenham, co. Waterford, J. P., High
Sheriff 1843-44,111. 1st, 1827, Jane, dau. of Jesse Lloyd, Esq.
of Lloydsborough, co. Tipperary, and 2ndly, 1840', Eliza,
only dau. of Edward Roberts, Esq., J. P. of Killoteran, co.
Waterford, and rf. 1870, having had by the latter, with
other issue, a son,



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George William, now of Roekenham, J. P., 6. 1844 ; m.
1871, Sibella, youngest dau. of Samuel King, Esq. of
Jloiint Pleasant, co. Waterford, and has a son, Richard
Wall, b. 1876.

The 2nd son of William Morris and Martha Rcade,

William SIobris, of Harbourvicw, co. Waterford, J.P., m.
1st, Jane Hackett, by whom he had a dau. Martha Jane,
71!. A. M. Alcock, Esq. He ni. 2ndly, 1785, Mary, dau. of Shap-
landCarew, Esq. of Castleboro', co. Wexford, M. P., ancestor of
Lord Carew, and by her had issue,

William, of Rossonarra, co. Kilkenny, D.L., who assumed

the name and arms of Reade (see Reade of Rossennrra).
Shapland Carew, of Harbourview, co. Waterlord, D.L., m.

Letitia, dau. of Rev. John Kennedy.
Benjamin, of whom presently.
Richard, Lieut. R.N., m. Eliza, 2nd d.au. of Very Rev. the

Dean of Waterford, and by her had issue.
Mary Anne, m. C. S. Tandy, Esq.
Elizabeth, to. William J. f uUoh, Esq.
Dorothea Anne, m. William G. Sheppard, Esq.
The 3rd son.

Rev. Benjamin Morris, m. 24 Oct. 1822, Elizabeth, 4th dau.
and co-heir of Maurice Nugent O'Connor, Esq. of Mount
Pleasant, King's co., and by her had issue,
William O'Connor, now of Gartnamona.
Maurice O'Connor, late Deputy-Postmaster-General of the

island of Jamaica, b. 17 Feb. 1827.
Maria Catherine O'Connor, m. 16 Jan. 187o, W. II. Bishop,

Esq.

Rev. Benjamin Morris d. 30 Oct. 181G.

^amiln of ©'(Connor of (Sariitamotta.

This family represents the O'Connors of Offaley, a celebrated
race in Irish History. The O'Connors of Offaley claimed
descent from RosaF.ailgeagh, the eldest son of Cahir the Great,
and during the feudal period of Ireland were sovereigns of a
large territory between Kildare and the Shannon. They are
thus mentioned by the bard O'Heerin : —

"The Lord of Offaley, a, land of mirth,

Not unknown to the poets.

Is O'Connor, the mainstay of the green p



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