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Dillon, Esq., of Dublin.
4. John.

1. Anne, m. to John Ouseley, Esq.,
and was mother of the late General
Sir Ralph Ouseley.

2. Emily, m. to — O'Rorke, Esq.,
and was mother of the Rev. John
O'Rorke.

III. William, father of the late Thomas
Surridge, Esq., Vice-Admiral Royal
Navy, who m. Sally, dau. of the
late Mrs. Stainforth, of Clapham,
and by her left an only dau., Fanny,
who m. George H. Jones, M.D.,
Deputy Lieutenant of Hants, and by
him left at her decease an only child,
Fanny Jones, m. to Captain Henry
Lavie, E.I.C.S.

IV. Walter.

Arms. Per fesse az. and sable, in chief a chevron
between two silver crescents, and a Damascus rose, arg.
in base an eagle displayed, with two heads or.

Crest. An eagle's head and neck, or.

Motto. Virtuti nihil invium.



Kyan, O'Kyan, or O'Cahan, of Bally-
murtagh, co. Wicklow, descended from
Eogan, son of Neal, of the Nine Hostages,
Monarch of all Ireland, a.d. 396-406, of the
race of Heremon, and derived immediately
from Colonel O'Kyan, a distinguished com-
mander, sent by his kinsman, the Marquis
of Antrim, to Scotland to assist the Marquis
of Montrose, and in which service his achieve-
ments were brilliant, and fully recorded in
the history of this warfare. Especial mention



of Colonel O'Kyan's valour and bravery is
patriotically made by Moore in the appendix
to his Irish Melodies.

Colonel O'Kyan m. Joyce, dau. of William
Flood, Esq., and had a son,

The Rev. James Kyan of Cossingstown, co.
Meath,whom. Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Nel-
son, Esq ., and d. in 1 682, leaving a son and heir,

Adam Kyan, Esq., of Cossingstown, co.
Meath, Mount Howard, co. Wexford, and Bal-
lymurtagh, co. Wicklow, which latter estates,
with others in co. Dublin and elsewhere, he
acquired by his marriage with Mary, dau.
and hen- of John Howard, Esq. He d. in
1738, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

Howard Kyan, Esq., of Mount Howard,
and Ballymurtagh, b. 1711, who m. Frances,
dau. of Lawrence Esmonde, Esq., of Bally
nastragh, co. Wexford, and d. in 1766, was
succeeded by his eldest son,

John Howard Kyan, Esq., of Mount
Howard, and Ballymurtagh, who m. in 1768
Phillis, dau. of Thomas, Count Sutton de
Clonard, and d. in 1801, leaving, besides other
issue, an eldest son and hen*,

John Howard Kyan, Esq., of Ballymur-
tagh, who m. in 1804 his cousin, Ellen,
dau. of James Kyan, Esq., and had with
several daus., two surviving sons, viz., the
present representative,

The Rev. William Edward Kyan, in
Holy Orders of the Church of Rome, b. in
1814 ; and John Howard, b. in 1829.

Arms. Gu. three fishes haurient or.
Crests. 1st. A dexter arm embowed, holding a sword.
2nd. A wild cat rainpt. guardant.
Motto. Luclytus virtute.



Miller, of Radway Grange, co. Warwick.

Arms. Az. four niascles in lozenge (1,2, 1) or.
Crest. A demi-lion rampt. az., holding in his paws a
mascle or.
Quarterinqs :

II. Sable, a chevron between three rams arg.

III. Gu. a chevron erm. between three trefoils arg.
Mead.

IV. Sable on a fess counter-battled between three goats
passant, arg., as many pellets. Mann.

V. Arg. two chevronels az. within a border engrailed gu.

lYRELLof Castlethorpe.

VI. Paly of six, arg. and sable. Burgate.

VII. Gu. on a chevron engrailed arg., three dolphins
naiant, vert. Flamberd.

VIII. Gu. a fesse between three herons arg. Heron.

IX. Paly of six arg. and sable. Swinford.

X. Arg. a cross between four escallops sable. Cogge-

SHALL.

XI. Or. a lion rampt. queue forchee, sable. Welles.

XII. Arg. on a chevron sable, three escallops of the field.
Hawkwood.

XIII. Az. a cross moline or. Bruin.

XIV. Lozengy erm. and gu. Rokele.

XV. Arg. a chevron between three tons sable, fired ppr.
Ingleton.

XVI. Arg. three wolves' heads erased between eleven
cross crosslets fitchee, sable.

XVII. Arg. a bend between six fleurs-de-lis gu. Fitz-
Ellis.



Ashhurst, of Ashhurst, co. Lancaster;
settled there from the time of the Conquest,
several members of which family received
the honour of knighthood in early times,



12



VISITATION OF ARMS.



and were distinguished in the wars of the
Plantagenets. The representative of a
younger branch, Sir Henry Ashhurst, of Wa-
terstock, co. Oxford, was created a baronet
in 1688, which branch, as well as the elder,
both derived directly from Sir Adam de
Asshehurst, Knt., Clerk Marshal to King
Edward III., are now represented by the



present John Henry Ashhurst, Esq., of
Waterstock, eldest surviving son of the late
William Henry Ashhurst, Esq., J. P. and
D.L. of Waterstock, and nephew of Thomas
Henry Ashhurst, D.C.L., Fellow of All
Souls' College, Oxford. (See Burke's Landed
Gentry, and Extinct and Dormant Baronet-
cies.)



Henry Ashhurst, Esq., of Ashhurst, co. Lancaster, represcnta- _ Cassandra, daughter of John Bradshaw,
tive of the very ancient family of Ashhurst, temp. James I. Esq., of Bradshaw.



...P. for Newton Judith, daughter of — Reresby, Esq., _ Henry As
in the Long Parliament, 1641, and for "♦"" T «* ' »»«i*»«m*



William Ashhurst, M.
the Long Parliament, .
Lancashire in 1654, eldest son.



of co. York.



lhurst, Esq., of London, an
eminent merchant, purchased the
estate of Emmington, co. Oxford.



Thomas

Esq., of Ashhurst,

living temp. Charles

II., 1671.



Ashhurst, _ Susanna, dau. and
coheiress of Thomas
Bosvile, Esq , of Ed-
lington, co. York.



Sir Henry Ashhurst, __ Diana, daughter of



created a Baronet by
James II., 21st July,
1688, purchased the

estate of Water-
stock in 1689, eldest
son.



William, 5th Lord

Paget, by Frances,

dau. of Henry, Earl

of Holland.



Sir William Ash-
hurst, Knt., Lord
Mayor of London in
1C94, and M.P. for
the same.



Frances, only dau. „, Sir Richard Allin, Sir Henry Ashhurst,



and eventual heiress.



Bart., of Sonier-
leyton, co. Suflolk.



2nd Bart, of Water-
stock, died unmar.



Thomas Henry Ashhurst, Esq., of Ashhurst,
born 1672, Vice Chancellor of the Duchy of
I ancaster, and Recorder of Liverpool and
W r igan. acquired the estates of the junior
branch of the familv, Waterstock, jureuxoris,
died 1744.



Diana Allin, daughter and heir of Sir Richard Allin, Bart.



Henry Ashhurst, Esq., of Ashhurst,
eldest son, sold that estate in 1750 to B.
Wilbraham, Esq., of Lathom House,
afterwards Lord Skelmersdale, and
died unmarried.



Grace, daughter of Robert Whalley, _ Sir William Henry Ashhurst, Knt.,



Esq., of Oxford, M.D,



one of the Judges of the King's
Bench from 1770 to 1800, and twice, in
1783 and 1792, one of the Lords Com-
missioners of the Great Seal. He
built the mansion at Waterstock in
1787, and died in November, 1807.



Selina, eldest dau. ,

of Sir John Mors-

head, Kart.,of Tre-

nant Park, and

widow of Sir

Charles Mill, Bart.,

second wife.



William Henry
Ashhurst, Esq., of
Waterstock, J. P.
and D.L., High
Sheriff in 1810,
and M.P. for the
county from 1815
to 1830, died 3rd
June, 1846.



Elizabeth, eldest James Henry, Thomas Henry Grace, married

dau. of Oswald died unmarried. Ashhurst,D.C.L., to George Dor-

Mosley, Esq., of Fellow of All rien, Esq., and

BolesworthCastle, Souls' College, died, leaving

co. Chester, first Oxford. " issue,

wife.



William Henry,

eldest son, died

unmarried.



John Henry
AsHnuRST, Esq.,
now of Water-
stock.



Elizabeth, dau. of James Henry, Frances, m. Caroline Mary.
Thomas Duffield, Vicar of Great to Col. Tho- m. the
Esq., of Marcham, Milton, Oxon. mas George Ven. Chas.
Berks. Henry George, Harriott, of Can-
in Australia. Twickenham, Gierke,
Frederick Tho- and ^.leaving Archdea-
mas Henry, in one son. con of
Canada. Oxford.



William Henry, son and heir.

Armt. On. n cross, between four fleurs-de-lis, arg.
Crest. A fox statant, ppr.
Motto. Vincit qui patitur.



VISITATION OF ARMS.



13



Forster, of Lyswayes Hall, co. Stafford,
as borne by Charles Forster, Esq., M.P. of
that place, son and heir of the late Charles
Smith Forster, Esq., of Lyswayes Hall, M.P.
for Walsall, and a Magistrate of and Deputy-
Lieutenant for co. Stafford, for which shire
he served as High Sheriff in 1845.

Until a century back, the Forsters were
settled in Worcestershire.



William Forster, Esq., of :
Bitsinorton, co. Worcester.



; Margaret Smith, descend-
ant and co-heiress of Capt.
John Smith, who in 1603
was in the service of Sigis-
mund, Duke of Transyl-
vania, from whom he re-
ceived the grant of a coat
of arms, " Vert a chev. gu
between three Turks' heads
couped," in reward for his
gallantry in overcoming and
cutting off the heads of three
Turks on the field of battle.
This coat was confirmed to
him by the College of Arms.



Charles Forster, Esq., who d. at W r alsall,
28 June, 1815.



Charles Smith Forster, Esq.,
of Lyswayes Hall, co. Staf-
ford, M.P. for Walsall, Jus-
tice of the Peace and Deputy
Lieutenant for co. Stafford,
and High Sheriff in 1845 ;
d. 17 Nov., 1850.



John Forster, Esq., of
Hanen Hall, co. Stafford.



Chahi.es For- = Frances, dau. of John



stek, Esq., now

of Lyswayes

Hall, M.P. for

Walsall, in. in

Aug., 1840.



Surtees, Esq., of Nor-
thumberland, and
cousin of Lord
Eldon.



Ellen Cathe-
rine, m. to
Richard Dyott,
Esq., of Free-
ford.



Charles, 6. John Henry, Villiers Francis,
18-11. b. 1843. b. 1850.

Arms. Sa. on a chev. arg. between three pheons or.,
as many escallops of the field.

Crest. A stag's head erased arg. attired or., gorged
with a collar and line of the last.

Motto. Sit fors ter felix.



Long, as borne by Jeremiah Long, of
the Crescent, Kingsland, West Hackney, and
also of Threadneedle Street, London, and of
St. Leonard, Shoreditch, where he carried on
a successful business as a surveyor for many
years, and gamed an honourable position.
Mr. Long has served all the highest public
offices, and is possessed of considerable es-
tates there, as well as of a small landed pro-
perty at Caterham, co. Surrey. We rind
from the registry in the College of Arms
that he m., 1st in 1825, Mary, third dau. of
John Boulton, formerly of Threadneedle
Street, brother of Thomas Boulton, Pay-
master of the 5th Dragoon Guards ; and 2ndly
Elizabeth, dau. of the late John Pearce, Esq.,
formerly of Clapton. By the former he has
had issue ten children, seven of whom are
now living, viz : — ■

1. Jeremiah William, b. 29 June, 1827.



2. Mary Anne, b. 26 July, 1829.

3. Sarah Charlotte, b. 5 Dec, 1831.

4. Caesar Alexander, b. 12 March, 1839.

5. Claudius Horatius, b. 20 Feb., 1840.

6. Arthur Antonius, b. 4 June, 1844.

7. Alice Sophia, b. 23 June, 1846.

Arms. Ur. a lion rampt. between three escotcheon
6a., each charged with a quatrefoil of the first.

Crest. Upon a mount in front of a tree ppr., a wyvern
couchant vert.

Motto. Confide recte agens.



Ternan, as borne by Augustus Henry
Ternan, Esq., of the E.I.C.S., in the Poli-
tical Staff of the Bengal Army, third but
only surviving son and heir of the late
Richard Richards Ternan, Esq., E.I.C.S.,
Madras Army, by Helena, his wife, eldest
dau. of Alexander Read, Esq., Col. E.I.C.S.,
and grandson of Austin Ternan, Esq., Lieut.
R.N., and Anne, his wife, dau. of Richard
Richards, Esq., of Moorfield, co. Wexford,
by Susan, his wife, dau. of Joshua Nun,
Esq., of St. Margaret's, in the same county.
Mr. Ternan, born in 1817, married, in 1846,
Julia Elizabeth, eldest dau. of John Augus-
tus Scott, Esq., Major 1st Bengal Cavalry,
by Julia, his wife, dau. of Sir William
Crawley, Knt., and has issue a son and heir,
Henry Breffney, born in 1847.

The family descends from, or is a branch
of, the ancient and noble Milesian house of
O'Rourke, Lords of Breffney, co. Cavan, and
bears the same arms.



rms. Or. two lions passant in pale sa.

lotto. (In old Irish character) "Buagh" Victory,

Victorious.



A

Motto. (__
or Victorious

Austin Ternan, Esq., Lieut.
R.N., descended from the
ancient and noble Milesian
family of O'Rourke, Lords
of Breffney, co. Cavan. He
served in numerous actions
under Admiral Lord Rod-
ney, and d. at an advanced
age at Sidmouth, in Devon,
in 1820.



Anne, dau. of Richard
Richards, Esq., of Moor-
field, co. Wexford, by Su-
san, his wife, dau. of
Joshua Nun, Esq., of St.
Margaret's, in the same
county, Col. in the Army,
and gran fl -daughter of
Richard Richards, Esq.,
of Rathespeck, co. Vt ex-
ford, Barrister-at-Law,
and Hannah, his wife, dau.
of Thomas Hore, Esq., of
Dublin.



Richard Richards Ternan, _ Helena, eldest dau. of
Esq , E.I.C.S., on the Staff I Alexander Read, Esq., Col.
of the Madras Army, d. at | E.I.C.S., m. 1st Nov., 1813.
Vellore, 1822, son and heir.



I
Augustus Henry Ter-
nan, Esq., E.I.C.S.,
Bengal Army, on the
Political Staff, third
and only surviving son
and heir, born at Maid-
stone, 18th September,
1817, m. at Simlah,
17th Nov., 1846.



Julia Elizabeth, eld.
dau. of John Augus-
tus Scott, Esq., Ma-
jor 1st Bengal Light
Cavalry, by Julia
Frances, his wife,
dau. of Sir William
Crawley, Knt.



I

Helena.



Henry Breffney Ternan, son and heir,
born in the East Inoics, 16th Oct.,

. 1847.



u



VISITATION OF ARMS.



Hassard, originally of French extraction,
settled in the 13th century at Bristol, and
in the 14th at Lyme, co. Dorset, migrated
to Ireland in the reign of Charles 11., and
became seated at Gardenhill, in the county
of Fermanagh. The present representative
is Alexander Hassard, of Gardenhill,
Esq.

Robert Hassard, Esq., _ Elizabeth, dau. of
M.P. for Lyme Regis, Peter Clarke, Esq., of
1614 aiid 1G20. Suffolk.



I

John Hassard, an-
cestor of the Has-

sards, |who as-
sumed the name
of Short, and are
of Edlington



I
Jason Hassard,
of Gardenhill

and Toain, co.

Fermanagh,M.P.

for Lyme Regis,

•will dated 21st



George Hassard,

ancestor of the

Hassards of Skea,

co. Fermanagh.



Grove, co. Lincoln. October, 1690.



Richard Hassard = Mary, dau. of John Hassard,
of Gardenhill, b. I John Enery, Esq. ancestor of the
in 1671, m. 1706. | of Ballyconnell, late Major-Gen.
co. C'avan. Hassard, of the

R.E.



Richard Hassard, Esq., of _


Jane, dau. of James Little,


Gardenhill, b. 1


709. 1


Esq., m. 1733




i

Jason =


= Anne,


1
John


1 1 1 1 1
William Five daus., of


Has-


1 dau. of


Hassard


Hassard. whom


Catha-


sard,


| Alex-


(see




rine


m. A.


Esq., of


ander


Has-




Young, Esq.


Garden-


M ont-


sard of




Amie n


. Tho.


hill, b.


gomery,


Water-




Stewar


t,M.D.


1734, d.


Esq.


ford.)




and F


•ances,


about








m. Bei


■esford


1812.








Burston, Esq.,
K.C.


1 1 1
1. Rich-


1

3. Wil-


!

4. Alex- =


-Eliza-


1
5. John


1
6.


ard, Cap.


liam,


ander


beth


Has-


Fran-


74th


Trea-


H assard


Bolton


sard,


cis


High-


surer of


Esq.,


dau. of


Esq., of


Has-


landers,


the co.


Cap. 6th


Capt.


Bawn-


sard,


d. unm.


of Fer-


Dra-


Jason


boy, co.


Esq.,


2. Jason,


managh,


goons,*.


Has-


Cavan,


of


d. unm.


assassi-


1785, d.


sard.


b. 1793,


Rock-


Two


nated at


1845.




to. ,1818,


wood,


daus.,


Garden-






Char-


CO.


Mrs. Cot-


hill, 13






lotte,


Cavan,


tingham,


Nov.,






dau. of


6.1795.


and Mrs.


1847.






Robt.




Deey.








Deey,

Esq., d.

1830.

1




1
Alex-


1

Francis


1 1
Anne, 1


1
Rich-


1
3. Wil-


1 1
1.


ander


Wil-


Eliza-


ard.


liam, b.


Mari-


Has-


liam, b.


beth.


2. Ro-


1825.


anne.


sard,


1841.




bert


4. John,


2.


Esq., of






Deey,


b. in


Eliza.


Garden-




E


J.C.S.


1830.




hill, b.












in 1837.













Arms. Gu., two bars arg., on a chief or. three escal-
lops of the first.

Crest. An escallop, or.

M ottos. Vive en espoir (over the Crest), and Fortuna
viam ducit (beneath the shield).

"Vive en espoir" is the Motto of the old English
family ; and " Fortuna viam ducit " was adopted by
Jason and George Hassard, the ancestors of the Garden-
hill and Skea branches, on landing in Ireland, with
troops, in the reign of Charles II.



Hassard, of Waterford, a branch of the
preceding family, now represented by Mi-
chael Dobbyn Hassard, Esq.



John Hassard, b. ir


1736, _


1st






2nd.


second son of Richard Has-


Elizabeth,




Samuella,


sard, Esq., of Gar


denhill


dau. of




dau. and


and Toam.




Cornelius
Bolton,


i


;o-heir of

Samuel






Esq.


Barker, Esq.


1
Rich- _ Frances


1 1
Two


1
1. Sir =, Anne,


1 1 1
2. John,


aid,


Mar-


daus. Francis


dau. of


Captain


Lieut.


guerette,




John


Charles


74th, d.


Royal


dau. of




Has-


Hudson,


unmar.,


Irish


Michael




sard,


Esq.,


1825.


Artil-


Dobbyn,




Knt.,


and wi-


3. Ja-


lery, b.


Esq., of




Re-


dow of


son, Cpt.


1768.


Water-




corder


James


74th, m.




ford, m.




of


John-


Eliza,




in 1812.


Water-


ston,


dau. of






ford, d.


Esq.


Hugh








1822,




Mar-








aged




shall,








42.




Esq.,
and d.
in 1842,
ieaving
issue.
4. Wil-
liam
Henry,

Re-
corder of














Water-


|


|


1


ford, m.


Mi- b Anne,


Francis Richard


Cathe-


CHAEI.


dau. of


Charles John Has"


rine


DoiiBYN


Sir F. J.


Hassard, sard. Esq.i


Jane.


Has-


Has-


Esq., m. of Belfleld,


widowof


sard,


sard.


Margue- co. Wicklow,


Captain


Esq.,




retta


m. Charlotte


Sheely,


b. in




Frances, Augusta,


and lias


1817, m.




dau. of dau. of


a, dau.


1846.




Richard Cap. Charles


5. Samia






Hudson, Quintin


m.






Esq., and Dick, and


James






d. in 1850, has issue.


Burkett,






leaving


Esq.,






issue.








M.P.



Anna Maria. Jane.

Arms, &c, same as Hassard of Gardenhill.



Morley : as granted to John Morley>
Esq., of Hackney, co. Middlesex, and all the
descendants of his father, the late Samuel
Morley, Esq., of Honiton, co. Notts.

Arms. Arg. a leopard's head jessant de lis sa., between
three gryphons' heads erased gu.

Crest. A demi gryphon arg., wings elevated erm.,
holding between the claws a leopard's head, jessant de lis,
as in the arms.

Motto. Tenax propositi.



Boulton, as home by Thomas Boulton,
Esq., of Forebridge Villa, near Stafford.

Arms. Per fesse or. and vert, two hawks in pale
counterchanged.

Crest. On a fer de Moulin, a hawk pierced with an
arrow.

Motto. Mens conscia recti.



VISITATION OF ARMS.



15



Gordon, of Culvennan, co. Wigton, a
branch of the noble house of Kenmure and
Lochinvar, descended from William Gor-
don, of Craichlaw, second son of Sir John
Gordon, of Lochinvar, who died in 1517,
fifth in descent from Sir Adam de Gordon,
of Lochinvar, in the Glankens of Galloway,
the companion-in-arms of Wallace. The
present representative is William Gordon,
Esq., of Culvennan, seated at Greenlaw
House, co. Kirkcudbright, eldest son of the
late David Gordon, Esq., and Agnes, his
wife, daughter of William Hyslop, Esq , of
Lochend, and grandson of Sir Alexander
Gordon, Knt., of Culvennan, and Grace, his
wife, only sister of Sir John Dalrymple
Hay, Bart., of Glenluce. (See Burke's
Landed Gentry.) Mr. Gordon succeeded to
the representation, and to the ancient family
estate of Greenlaw, on the decease of his
uncle, the late Colonel James Gordon, of
Culvennan, without issue, in 1843, and as-
sumed the surname and designation of Gor-
don of Culvennan, in accordance with the
entail and the Act of Parliament of 1776,
which declares it imperative that the repre-
sentative of this family take no other sur-
name and designation than the original and
ancient one of " Gordon of Culvennan."

Arms. Az. a bezant between three boars' heads erased,
or., langued gu.

Crest. A dexter naked arm, issuing out of a cloud,
and grasping a naming sword, all ppr.

Motto. Above the Crest, " Dread God."



Hooper, as borne by John Kinnersley
Hooper, Esq., of Cambridge Square, Hyde
Park, London, an Alderman of the City of
London.

Arms. Gyronny of eight erm. and az., over all a
castle or.
Crest. A hooper, or wild swan, wings elevated, ppr.
Motto. Tunis prudentia custos.



Iremonger, of The Priory, Wherwell, Hants.
The family of Iremonger was of considerable
antiquity in the counties of Salop, Lancaster,
and afterwards in Berkshire. William Ire-
monger, of Goldingsfield or Golden Acre, near
Binfield, co. Berks, son of James Iremonger,
of Rudge, co. Salop, was a Justice of the
Peace for Berkshire in 1601, and Mayor of
Reading in 1617 and 1625 ; his wdl is dated
1637, 4 May. He was twice married — his
son by his first wife, Juliana Butler, was John
Iremonger, Esq., of London ; of his numerous
issue by his second wife, Alice, dau. of
Thomas Davis, of Maidenhead, Samuel Ire-
monger, of London, and of Donnington, co.
Berks, was sixteen years old at the Visitation
in 1623; another son, Edward Iremonger, was
of Westwoodhay, co. Berks, and had a son Ed-
ward ; a third son, Alphonso Iremonger, m.
Dorothy, dau. of John Greene, of London,
and had a son and heir, John Iremonger.



The Iremongers of Wherwell derive from Jos-
hua Iremonger, Esq. (son of Joshua Iremonger
of London, and grandson of another Joshualre-
monger, of London, whose will, dated26thFeb.
1711, was proved 12 Nov., 1713), whom. 1st,
in 1742, Delicia, dau. of Sir John Fryer-, Bart.,
and by her had a son, Joshua Iremonger, Esq.,
of Wherwell, an officer in the Guards, who m.
in 1765 Anne, dau. and eventual heiress of
Colonel Joseph Dussaux, and d. 6th July,
1817, when he was succeeded by his eldest
surviving son, the late Colonel William Ire-
monger, who served with distinction at Tou-
loun, Buenos Ayres, Egypt, and Walcheren,
and commanded the 2nd (or Queen's Own)
Foot throughout the Peninsular War, for
which he received a gold and silver medal,
clasp, and other decorations. He also had
a gold medal from the Turkish Government,
and was made a Knight of the Crescent.
Colonel Iremonger m. in 1808 Pennant,
youngest dau. of Rice Thomas, Esq., of
Coed Helen, co. Carnarvon, and left at his
decease the following issue : —

William Iremonger, Esq., now of the
Priory, Wherwell, his successor and pre-
sent representative, b. 18 Nov., 1808, who
m. in 1844, Mary Anne Widmore, only
dau. of W. H. Kilpin, Esq., of Long-
parish and King's Clere, and has issue,
William Henry, b. at Florence, 20

April, 1845.
Lascelles Thomas, b. in 1846, d. same

year.
Mary Delicia ; Elfrida Harriet ; Mil-
dred Helen.
Thomas Lascelles, b. 1815.
Frederick Assheton, b. 1816.
Pennant Athelwold, b. 1821.
Henry Edward, b. 1826.
Margaret Sophia ; Helen Frances.
Elfrida Susannah Harriet, m. in 1844 to
Sir William Eden, Bart.

Arms. Sa. on a chev. or. between three boars pas-
sant, arg. as many falcons' heads erased of the field.

Crest. A phcenix or. issuant from flames of fire, ppr.
Also the Crest of Fryer.



Dayrell, of Lillingston Dayrell, co.
Bucks. This family derives from a common
ancestor with the Dayrells of Calehill, and
have been in uninterrupted possession of then-
broad lands since the Conquest.

Ralph Dairell, of Lillingston Dairell and
Hanworth, living 10th Henry II., descended
from Richard Dayrell, who was seised in
fee of a messuage in Lillingston Dayrell,
temp. Richard I. He m. Juliana, de Barre,
an heiress, and was father of Henry Dairell,
of Lillingston and Hanworth, who m. 1st,
Johanna, dau. and co-heir of Roger de Sam-
ford, and first cousin of Alicia de Samford,
wife of Robert de Vere, Earl of Oxford — and
2ndly, Alicia, whose mother, Christian, was
dau. and heiress of Alexander Hampden. By



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the former he was father of Sir Ralph Dairell,
of Lillingston Dairell, living in 1282. Eighth
in descent from Sir Ralph, was Paul Dayrell,
Esq., of Lillingston Dayrell, Sheriff of Bucks
in the 5th and 22nd Elizabeth, whose second
son, Francis, was ancestor of the Dayrells
of Shudy Camps Park, co. Cambridge ; while
from his eldest son, directly descends the
present Edmund Francis Dayrell, Esq.,
of Lillingston Dayrell. (See Burke's
Landed Gentry).

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a lion rampt. or.,
crowned arg. 2nd and 3rd, arg. three hars sa., charged
with six cinquefoils of the first.

Crests. A goat's head erased ppr., and a saracen's head,
wreathed,

Motto. Secure vivere mors est.



Cooke, as borne by the late Christopher
Cooke, Esq. of Eastend House, Hants, Sheriff



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