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Claudius Robert, now living, in Holy Orders,
and other children.

Thomas Martyn, B.D., F.R.S., F. and
V.P.L.S., Regius Professor of Botany at
Cambridge, son of John and Eulalia, was b.
at Chelsea, in Church Street, 23rd Sept.
(O.S.) 1735. He graduated B.A. at Em-
manuel College, Cambridge, 1756 ; was
elected to a Fellowship at Sidney Sussex
College, 1758 ; appointed one of the Tutors
in 1760 : and elected to the Professorship of
Botany on his father's resignation in 1762,
for which he obtained an endowment from
the Crown in 1793, when he became the first
Regius Professor of that science. He held,
successively, the Rectory of Ludgershall
1774, the Vicarage of Little Marlow 1776,
the donative of Edgware 1778, and the Rec-
tory of Pertenhall 1804, to which place
he had retired in 1798, and where he ended
his days in 1825. A list of thirty of his Scien-
tific Papers, and other publications, is given
in his Life by the Rev. G. C. Gorham, B.D. ;
but his great (and all but original) work, was
an enlarged edition of Miller's Botanist's
Dictionary, 4 vols, folio, 1807. He m. 1773,
Martha Elliston, sister to the Rev. Dr.
Elliston, Master of Sidney College, Cam-
bridge ; she d. at Pertenhall, in 1829, setat.
87 ; by her he had issue only one child,

John King Martyn, M.A., b. August
27th, 1774, at Triplow, Cambridgeshire.
He was educated at Westminster School,
1785 — 1791 ; was a pupil of the celebrated
Dr. Parr, 1791-2 ; graduated at Sidney Sus-
sex College, Cambridge, 1796 ; was appointed
Mathematical Lecturer there, 1797 ; and
elected Fellow, 1799. He was Rector of
Pertenhall, Beds., 1800—1804. In 1823 he
joined the Church of the Moravians, or
United Brethren, of which he was appointed
a Bishop in 1836 ; in that year he quitted
his residence at Pertenhall Hill House, and
took up his residence at the Brethren's Set-

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VISITATION OF ARMS.



dement at Oekbrook, Derbyshire. In 1848
he retired to Bristol, where he d. August
18th, 1849, possessed of landed estates in
Kimbolton, Stowe, and Catworth, Hunts ;
and in Pertenhall, Keysoe, Bolnhurst, and
Dean, Beds. ; and the Knollis estate in Buck-
inghamshire, mentioned hereinafter.

He m. 1st, in 1800, his cousin Eulalia
Maria, daughter of the Rev. Daniel Long-
mire (grand-daughter of Professor John and
Eulalia Martyn; see ante), through whom he
became possessed of estates at Winchendbn,
Chearsley, Shabbington, and Oakley, Bucks,
which she inherited hi pursuance of a suc-
cessful suit at law,* in 1 793, for determining
the true heirs of Sir Francis Knollis, Trea-
surer to Queen Elizabeth. By her he had
issue,

1. Thomas, of whom we treat.

2. Mary, d. 1815.

3. Rhoda, m. 1824, the Rev. W. Mudge,
M.A., presented to the Rectory of Per-
tenhall, 1842, which he now holds. She
d. 1839, leaving issue three daughters,
now living.

4. Jane, m. Rev. G. C. Gorham, B.D.,
Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge,
now Vicar of Brampford Speke ; and
has issue three sons and three daughters,
all living. (See pedigree of Gorham in
the present volume, p. 20).

He m. 2nd, in 1809, Sarah Theed, of Bed-
ford ; she d. 1812. By her he had issue one
child, John, who now resides at the Hill
House, Pertenhall ; and m. 1842, Ellen Louisa
Harke, of Grace Hill, by whom he has issue
five children.

He m. 3rd, in 1813, Emma, fourth daugh-
ter of George M. Macaulay, Esq., Alderman
of London ; she d. 1820. By her he had
issue one child, Emma, b. 1820, d. 1838.

He to. 4th, 1826, Sarah Elizabeth Birtill,
of Oekbrook. By her, who survives, he
had issue one child, Samuel, now residing
at Bristol.

Thomas Martyn, eldest son of the late
Rev. John King Martyn, and Eulalia Maria,



* This was a very remarkable suit. In 1791 deceased,
at Fern HOI, near Windsor, Lady Mary, relict of Sir
Francis Knollis, of Reading, whose estates were about to
escheat to the crown by supposed failure of an heir. The
nearest of kin was found to have been Mrs. Letitia Batti-
son (daughter of John Durham, by Frances Aris,) who
died 1788, s.p., and who by her will had bequeathed to
her god-daughter and connexion, Eulalia Maria Long-
mire, in reversion, all her estates at ''Laundon or else-
where in the county of Buckingham," she not being
aware that she had a contingent interest in the Knollis'
estates in other counties. This bequest carried to Miss
Longmire the reversion of Winchendon, &c, being in
Buckinghamshire, but the other large property of Knollis,
to which Mrs. Battison was entitled in contingent rever-
sion, passed, as undisposed of, to other parties as her
heirs at law. Mrs Battison was descended from Trea-
surer Sir Francis Knollis, by the families of Trew and
Durham, through female heirs.



was presented to the Rectory of Pertenhall,
Beds., in 1825, which he (resigned in 1842.
He to. 1829, Elizabeth Sturgess, who d,
1831, s.p.



Arms.

Crest.



Arg. two bars gu.

A leopard's head coupe ppr.



Roundell, of Gledstone and Screven, co.
York, a family of remote antiquity, de-
rived in unbroken descent from John Roun-
dell, Esq., of Screven, near Knaresborough,
living 3rd Henry VI., 1425. The present
representative is the Rev. Danson Richard-
son Roundell, of Gledstone, co. York,
M.A., of Christ Church College, Oxford, a
Justice of the Peace for the three ridings of
Yorkshire, and a Deputy- Lieutenant for the
East and West Ridings, third, but now eldest,
surviving son, by Mary, his wife, youngest
dau. of the Rev. Henry Richardson,"°M.A.,
Rector of Thornton (third son of Richard
Richardson, Esq., M.D., of Bierley, by
Dorothy, his wife, second dau. of Henry
Currer, Esq., of Kildwick), of the Rev. Wil-
liam Roundell, of Gledstone and Screven,
M.A., J.P., and D.L. for the West Riding of
Yorkshire, who was son of Danson Roundell,
Esq., of Screven, J.P. and D.L., by Ellen,
his wife, dau. and heir of Christopher Hart-
ley, Esq., of Marton, in Craven, and grand-
son of William Roundell, Esq., of Screven,
by Jane, his second wife, daughter and
heiress of Laurence Danson, Esq., of
Spring House. Mr. Danson Richardson
Roundell had, in compliance with the will of
his maternal grand-uncle, John Currer, Esq.,
of Kildwick, assumed, by royal license, in
1801, the surname of Currer, in lieu of his
patronymic, on the decease of his next elder
brother, William-Hartley, who had assumed
that surname on succeeding to a portion of
the fortune, and in compliance with the will
of his maternal grand-uncle, John Currer,
Esq., of Kildwick (4th son of Richard Ri-
chardson, Esq., of Bierley, and Dorothy
Currer, his wife), who had formerly assumed
his mother's name on inheriting his paternal
estate at Kildwick. Succeeding, however, to
the representation of his family on the death of
his eldest brother, Richard Henry Roundell,
Esq., of Gledstone and Screven, 26th Aug.,
1851, he resumed his paternal surname of
Roundell, by sign manual dated 24th Oct.
following. (For full details of pedigree,
see Burke's Landed Gentry.)

Arms. Quarterly 1st and 4th, or. a fess gu. between
three laurel branches, ppr. for Roundell, 2nd and 3rd,
erm three bars gemelles, sa., on a chief az. a lion pas-
sant guardant arg. for Currer.

Crest. A short sword in pale arg., pommel and hilt, or.
gripe gu., for Roundell. A lion's head erased arg.,
gorged with a collar sa., charged with three bezants for
Currer.

Motle. Tenax propositi.



VISITATION OF ARMS.



27



William Roundell,
Esq., of Screven, b.
1636, eldest son of
John Roundell, Esq.,
of Screven, and
eighth in direct
descent from John
Roundell, of Screven,
living temp. Henry
VI., -whose great
grandson, Richard, of
Screven, bequeathed
a moiety of his
estates.to his younger
son, Christopher,
from whom they de-
scended, and are now
enjoyed by the Earl
of Harewood, and
Lord Wenlock.



Anne, dau. of William Ri- _ Susanna, dau:
: Thomas Brown, chardson, Esq., of Gilbert Savile,
Esq., of Pole- of Bierley, b. Esq., of Greet-
spring, co. York. 1629, eldest son land, co. York,
of Richard Ri-
chardson, Esq.,
of Bierley, who
d. in 1656, and
was ancestor
(through his
youngest son) of
the Richardsons,
of Finden-place,
Sussex.



Henry Currer, Esq., .
of Kildwick, b. 1651,
eldest son of Hugh
Currer, Esq., of the
same place, de-
scended from Hugh
Currer, of Kildwick,
in Craven, whose
grandson Hugh pur-
chased the manor of
Kildwick, and who is
now represented by
Frances Maria Ri-
chardson Currer, of
Kildwick.



: Margaret, dau
of Abraham

Forthergill,
Esq., of Lon-
don, first wife.



I I

Richard Riekard- = Dorothy, second



son, Esq., of

Bierlv, M.D ,

and J.P.



dau. of Henry

Currer, Esq., of

Kildwick.



Haworth Currer, _ Sarah, fourth
Esq., of Kildwick, I dau. of Tobias
d. 13th April, 1744. | Harvey, Esq.,
of Somersley.



William Roundell,

Esq., of Screven, only

surviving son.



__ Jane, dau. and
co-heir of Law-
rence Danson,
Esq., of spring
House.



Rev. Henry Ri-
chardson, AM.,
Rector of Thorn-
ton, third son, m.
M ary, dau. of
Benjamin Daw-
son, Esq., of Old-
ham.



Danson Roundell,
Esq,, of Screven,
J. P., and D.L.,
youngest son, ac-
quired the estate of
Marton, by his mar-
riage, d. 1770,



Ellen, dau., and
heiress, of Chris-
topher Hartley,
Esq., of Marton,

in Craven,
lineallydescended

from Henry
Hartley, of Mar-
ton, living about
the middle of the
16 th century.



JohnRichardson,
who succeeded
his cousin, Sarah
Currer, at Kild-
wick, and as-
sumed that sur-
name, d. unm.
1784, succeeded
by his nephew.



Henry Currer, Esq.,
of Kildwick, m.
Mary, dau. and co-
heir of Richardson
Ferrand, Esq., of
Harden, d. s.p., 1756,
succeeded by his
sister.



Sarah Currer,
succeeded her
brother inKild-
wick, d. unm.y
1759, succeeded
by her cousin,
John Richard-
son.



The Rev. William _ Mary, youngest dau. The Rev. Henry Richardson, A.M., = Margaret Clive, only dau. of



Roundell, of Gled
stone, and Screven,
A.M., J.P., andD.L.,
second son, succeeded
his eldest brother.



of the Rev. Henry Rector of Thornton, in Craven,
Richardson. succeeded his uncle John, in the

Currer estates, and assumed that
surname, d. 1784.



Matthew Wilson, Esq., of Eshton.



Frances Mary Richardson Currer, of

Kildwick, only dau. and heiress, and

representative of the families of

Currer and Richardson.



Richardllenry Roun-
dell, Esq., of Gled-
stone, and Screven,
High Sheriff of co.
York, 1835, d. unm.,
26th Aug., 1851,
eldest son.



William Hartley Richard-
son, who assumed in 1 786,
the surname of Currer,
upon succeeding to a por-
tion of the fortune of his
maternal uncle, John
Currer, of Kildwick, d.
unm., 12th Feb., 1801.
second son.



The Rev. Danson Richard- = Hannah, eldest Other issue.



son RouNDELL,M.A.,of Christ
Church, Oxford, J. P., for the
three Ridings, and D.L., for
the West and East Riding of
Yorkshire, succeeded his
brother, in his portion of the
Currer estates, in 1801, and
assumed the surname of
Currer only, but on succeed-
ing to the estates and repre-
sentation of the family on
the death of his eldest brother
in 1851, he resumed by sign-
manual, his paternal sur-
name of Roundell, and is now
the possessor of Gledstone
and Screven.



dau. of the late

Sir William
Foulis, Bait., m.
28th April, 1815.



William.



Richard Roun-
dell.



John
Richardson.



Henry George. Charles Savile. Mary Anne.



Eleanor Hannah
Richardson.



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VISITATION OF ARMS.



Jacob, as grarted and confirmed by the
Heralds' College, 3rd March, 1852,to Edward
Jacob, Esq., of Tonbridge Wells, co. Kent,
eldest son and heir, by Anna Maria, his wife,
only daughter of George Le Grand, Esq., of
Canterbury, of John Jacob, Esq., some time
of Sextrees, near Canterbury, and late of the
Island of Guernsey, third son of Edward
Jacob, Esq., of Favcrsham, co. Kent, E.S.A.,
Surgeon, &c, and Mary, his wife, only child
and heiress of Captain Stephen Long, of
Sandwich, to be borne by him and all the
other descendants of his grandfather, Ed-
ward Jacob, Esq., F.S.A.

Arms. Or. gutte tie sang., a bordure gu., on a canton
of the last an eagle displayed of the field. Quarterly,
■with Long, viz., Per fesse arg. and sa., a lion rampant,
■within an orle of crosses patee and cross crosslets, alter-
nately, all counterchanged.

Crest. On a mount vert , a lion rampt., per fesse, or.
and gu, supporting a cross crosslet, botony fltcbee, also
gu.

Motto. Non nobis solum.

Edward Jacob, Esq., of Canterbury,
Surgeon, Chamberlain and Mayor in 1727,
b. 9 April, 1680, son of Amos Jacob, Esq.,
M.D., of Barrow Hill, Ashford, co. Kent,
whose will was proved at Canterbury in 1688,
to. 1st, Jane, second dan. of the Kev. Strang-
ford Viol, Rector of Upminster, co. Essex,
and Jane, his wife, dau. of Richard Fogge,
Esq., eighth in descent from Sir Robert
Chichele, brother of Henry Chichele, Arch-
bishop of Canterbury, the founder of All
Souls College, Oxford ; and by her (who d.
in 1719) had,
Edward, of whom presently.
Richard, in Holy Orders, M.A., Fellow of
All Souls College, Oxford, on founder's
kin, 1737, Vicar of New Romney and
Upchurch, 1749, and Vicar of East Mail-
ing, 1757 ; m. Anne, eldest dau. of David
Papillon, Esq., of Acrise and Lee, Kent,
Commissioner of Excise, and d. in Dec,
1762, having had issue, Richard Philip,
and Mary, all d. young.
Sarah, to. to the Rev. Richard Savage, and

d. s. p.
Anne, d. unm. 23 Dec. 1800.
He m. secondly, Mary, only child and heir
of Robert Chalker, Esq., of New Romney,
Kent, and Anne Cobb, his wife ; and by her
had an only dau.,

Mary, m. to the Rev. Stephen Barrett,
M.A., many years Master of Ashford
Grammar School, and afterwards Recti >r
of Hothfield, co. Kent, in 1773; and
was mother of an only dau.,
Mary, to. to Edward J. Curteis, Esq.,
of Windmill Hill, Sussex, M.P.
Mr. Jacob d. 9 Feb., 1756. His eldest
son,

Edward Jacob, Esq., of Faversham, Sur-
geon, F.S.A., author of the History of Faver-
sham, and several works on history and
antiquities; b. 9 May, 1713, m. 1st., Miss



Regden, who d. s. p. ; and 2ndly, 16 Aug.,
1750, Mary, sole dau. and heir of Stephen
Long, Esq., of Sandwich, co. Kent, and Mary,
his wife, dau. of Richard Solly and Anne
Cricket, his wife; and by her (who d. 7
March, 1803) had issue (Mr. Jacob d. 26th
Nov., 1788),

I. Edward, of Faversham, Surgeon, b.
22 Oct., 1756, d. unm. 27 Jan., 1839.
On his decease, Cades, the last estate
possessed by his father hi co. Kent,
passed from the family.

II. Stephen Long, in Holy Orders, M.A.,
Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford,
Vicar of Woollavington and Pureton,
co. Somerset, and Incumbent of Wal-
dershare, Kent ; b. 7 July, 1764, to.
Eliza Susanna, eldest dau, of the Rev.
John Bond, M.A., Vicar of Ashford,
in Kent, and by her (who d. 20 Aug.,
1832) had issue,

1. Edward Thomas, in the Royal
Navy, b. 29 Jan., 1800, d. unm. 11
Feb., 1824.

2. Philip Whittington, of Rochester,
Surgeon, b. 11 Jan., 1804, to. 11
Jan., 1838, Sarah Anne Maclean.

3. Herbert, Major 19 Reg. Bombay
Native Infantry, b. 2 May, 1806,
to. 23 July, 1840, Mary Dunster-
ville, dau. of Lieut. -Colonel J. B.
Dunsterville, Madras Army, dec,
and has issue : — Herbert Bruce, bap-
tised at Bombay, 30 July, 1841 ;
Sidney Long, baptised 19 July, 1845,
atAhmednugger; Leslie McNed, 6.
17 Dec, 1850; Rose Emily; and
Alice Mary.

4. George Andrew, in Holy Orders,
M.A., Principal of the Collegiate
School, Sheffield, b. 16 Dec, 1807,
to. 18 July, 1832, Susanna, dau. of
the Rev. Simon Pidsley, M.A.,
of Crediton, co. Devon, and has
issue : — Edward Long, b. 8 Oct.,
1833 ; George Herbert, b. 1837, d.
young ; George Adolphus, b. 21
Aug., 1840 ; Henry Priestley, b. 4
July, 1844; Susan Mary; Eliza;
Henrietta ; Fanny ; Ann Mary.

5. John, Major Bombay Artillery,
C.B., Commandant of the Scinde
Irregular Horse, commanding a
brigade at Sukkur in 1852, b. 11
Jan., 1812. Major Jacob was named
by Lieut.-Gen. Sir Charles James
Napier in his despatches as a gallant
and distinguished officer, after the
battles of Meanee, Hyderabad, &c,
during the conquest of Scinde, and
for his services in which he was
made a Companion of the Bath.

G. William Stephen, late Captain
Bombay Engineers, now Head As-



VISITATION OF ARMS.



tronomer at the Madras Observa-
tory, b. 19 Nov., 1813, m. 17 Sept.,
1844, Elizabeth, fourth dan. of
Matthew Coats, Esq., merchant,
late of Gainsborough, and has issue :
— Philip, b. at Poona, Bombay, 27
Jan., 1849 ; Stephen, b. at Madras,
31 Oct., 1850 ; Mary ; Anna.

7- Charles James, b. 2 Aug., 1815, d.
1 July, 1825.

8. Henry Long, of Bridge-water, co.
Somerset, Surgeon, b. 21st Nov.,
1817, m., 5 July, 1852, Jane, dau.
of Lieut. Thompson, R.N.
1. Mary. 2. Sophia Frances.

Mr. Stephen Long Jacob d. 4 Feb.,

1851.

III. John Jacob, Esq., of Sextrees, near
Canterbury, some time of Roath Court,
co. Glamorgan, and ofSomerton Court,
co. Somerset, and late of the island of
Guernsey, b. 27 Dec, 1765, in. 4 June,
1789, Anna Maria, sister of Edwin Le
Grand, Esq., of Canterbury (who in,
Sarah Anne Clarke), and only dan., by
Amie, his wife, only dau. of Peter
Hayward, Esq., of Canterbury, of
George Le Grand, Esq., of Canter-
bury, Surgeon, who was tenth in de-
scent from Philippa Chichele, eldest
dau. of Sir Robert and niece of Henry
Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury,
Founder of All Souls' College Oxford.
By this lady (who d. 31st Jan., 1832)
had issue,

1. Edward Jacob, Esq., of Ton-
bridge Wells, b. 14 Feb., 1796, m.
26 Aug., 1826, Sarah Anne, only
surviving dau. and heir of Edwin
Le Grand, of Canterbury, by Sarah
Anne, his wife, eldest dau. of the
Rev. Richard Clarke, M. A., Rector
of Hartley, co.Kent, and grand-dau.
of George Le Grand, Esq., of Canter-
bury, Surgeon, before mentioned.
Mr, Edward Jacob served many
years in the Navy, and had the
grant of arms from the Heralds'
College, 3 March, 1852.

2. John, d. an infant.

3. John, R.N., b. 28 March, 1799,
perished in H.M.S. Hero, 74, when
she struck on the sands off the
Coast of Holland, 24 Dec, 1811.

4. William, Lieut. -Colonel Bombay
Artillery, b. 21 Sept., 1800, in.
4 Jan., 1835, Jane, dau. of Richard
Swinton, Captain Bengal Army,
and has issue : — John, b. at Bombay,
14 June, 1836 ; William, b. same
place, 14 Dec, 1837; Samuel, b.
1839, d. young at Cape of Good
Hope; Samuel Swinton, b. at the



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Cape of Good Hope, 14 Jan., 1841 ;
Edward, b. 1844, d. an infant ;
Amelia Jane, d. an infant, 1843.

5. Philip, in Holy Orders, M.A.,
Canon of Winchester, Rector of
Crawley, Hants, and Rural Dean,
b. 28 Oct., 1803, in. 10 Oct., 1832,
Anna Sophia, eldest dau. of the
late Hon. and Rev. Gerard Thomas
Noel, Vicar of Romsey, Hants, and
Canon of Winchester, and has is-
sue, Charles Simmer Noel, b. 1833,
d. 1836 ; Eustace Wilberforce, b.
17 Feb. 1835; Augustus, b. 20
August, 1839; Alfred Noel, b.
1842, d. same year ; Edgar, b. 16
Nov., 1844; Ernest Henry, b. 5
April, 1849 ; Cecil, b. 29 August,
1851; Edith Sophia; Gertrude
Louisa ; Isabel Margaret.

6. George Le Grand, Major 2nd
Bombay Native Infantry, now Po -
litical Agent in Kutch, b. 24
April, 1805, m., 18th June, 1835,
Emily, third dau. of Lieut. -Col.
Utterton, of Heath Lodge, Croydon,
co. Surrey, which lady died 12
Nov. following, from sea-sickness,
in her passage to the Cape of Good
Hope.

1. Mary Anne, m., 9th September,
1809, to the Rev. Henry Boyce,
M.A., and has issue.

2. Caroline.

3. Jane.

4. Elizabeth.

I. Anne, in. 3 April, 1780, to Tho-
mas Bridges, Esq., of St. Nicholas
Court, Thanet, co. Kent, and d. 12
Dec, 1846, aged 91, having had by
him (who d. at St. Omers, in France,
5 Aug., 1821), three sons and two
daughters, viz. : — Thomas Edward
Bridges, D.D., President of Corpus
Christi College, Oxford, who d. 3rd
September, 1843. He m. twice, and
one dau. (by his first wife) only sur-
vives Philip Henry Bridges, Capt.
R.N., d. at Bath, in 1850, leaving a
widow and issue. Edward Jacob
Bridges, Major Royal Artillery, d.
in London, 16 April, 1850, leaving
issue. Marianne Elizabeth Bridges,
in. to the Rev. Godfrey Faussett,
D.D., of Heppington, Kent, and d. in
1819, leaving two sons and two
daughters. Caroline Bridges.

II. Jane, d. hi infancy.

III. Mary, d. unmarried, 3 Sept., 1840.

V. and VI. Charlotte and Sarah twins,
d. in infancy 1742.



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