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32



VISITATION OF ARMS.



Taunton, of Freeland Lodge, co. Oxford,
formerly of Somerton, co. Somerset, Hilfield,
co. Dorset, and Liskeard and Truro, co.
Cornwall, a very ancient family in the West
of England, supposed to derive its name from



Richard de Tantone, son of.
John de Tantone, and elder
brother of the Abbot of
Glastonbury, temp. Edw. I.



A dau. of Thornhull, of
Thornhull, co. Somerset.



John de Tantone. = A dau. of Ilawle, of
Bradford.
His great grandson.



Robert Taunton. _Mary Popham.



Their



grandson.



Richard Taunton..



= Jane, dau of Henry Smith,
of Somerton.



John Taunton, of Somerton. ^Elizabeth, dau. of Edmund

Calleton, of Milverton.



His



grandson.



Richard Taunton, of So- = Gertru:le, dau. of John
merton. Gibbon, Esq., of Wells.



William Taunton, Esq., of Somer'on.



William Taunton, Esq., = Mary, eldestdau. of Richard



Governor of Portland
Castle, co. Dorset.



Willoughby, Esq., of Pe-
hembrie, co. Devon, a lineal
descendant of Robert, Lord
Willoughby de Eresbv, who
d. 13 Richard II.



William Taunton, Esq., of Totnell, co. Dorset.
His | grandson.



The Rev. Joseph Taunton, = Mary Guavas.
Vicar of Quethiock, co.
Cornwall, living 1710.



Nathaniel Taunton, Esq.,.

M.D., of Liskeard, eldest

son.



The Rev. Elias Taunton,
Rector of Sowton, co Devon,
Justice of the Peace for the
county of Oxford, eldest
son.



Juliana, dau. and coheir
of Anthony Tanner, Esq.,
of Carry wiek, by Grace,

his wife, daughter of
Thomas Carthew, Esq., of
Cannaliggy.



Anne, dau. of Thomas
Leaver, Esq., of Oxford, by
Catherine, his wife, dau. of
John Hawkins, Esq.



the town of Taunton, in Somerset ; now re-
presented by William Elias Taunton,
Esq., of Freeland Lodge, co. Oxford, M.A.
of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Justice
of the Feace for Oxfordshire.

Sir Thomas Le Grosvenor, = A dau. of Sir William
Lord of Hulme. Phesant, Knt.



Robert,

eldest

son,

Lord of

Hulme.



Ralph second son, m.
Joan, dau. of John
Eaton, Esq., of Eaton,
and was ancestor of
the Marquess of
Westminster.



Thomas
Grosvenor
third son.



A dau of
Richard
Peshall,
Esq., of

Chetwynd.



Randolph Grosvenor.



= A dau. of Randolph Main-
waring, of Carringham.



Randolph Grosvenor, Esq., = Anne, dau. of William

of Bellaport. I Charlton, Esq., of Appley.



Henry Grosvenor, Esq.,_A dau. of Sir William
second son.



Their great



Greaves, Knt., of Burton,
grandson.



William Grosvenor, Esq.__Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas

Wood, Esq., of the Old
Hall, Salop.



Robert Grosvenor, Esq., = TIannah Stubbs, of Gouseley
of Ongar's Heath, co. Green, co. Chester.

Stafford.



Stephen Grosvenor, Esq., Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev.
I), in 170", Sub-Treasurer Mr. Tottie, Vicar of Eccles-
of Christ Church, Oxford. hall.



VISITATION OP ARMS.



33



Sir William Elias Taunton, Knt., Clerk of the Peace for

the county, and Town Clerk of the city of Oxford, third

son, d. in 1825.



Sir William Elias Taunton, Knt., M.A., F.R.S., &c, of
Freeland Lodge, co. Oxford, a King's Counsel, consti-
tuted a Judge of the Court of King's Bench in 1830,
eldest son, d. 11 Jan., 183.3.



Frances, second dau. of Sub-Treasurer Stephen Grosvenor,
eventually in her issue his heir.



Maria, youngest dau. of Ilenry William Atkinson, Esq.,
Provost of the Company of Moneyers, Royal Mint.



William Elias Taunton, Esq., now of Freeland Lodge, _ Sarah Percival, youngest dau. of Percival Walsh, Esq.,



eldest son, M.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, and

a Magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant for the county of

Oxford, m. 18th Oct., 1848.

I



of Stanton Harcourt, co. Oxford.



I



Alice-Percival. Blanche-Grosvenor.

Anns. Arg. on a chev. gu. between three Cornish choughs ppr., as many lozenges or.
Tanner, and Grosvenor.
Crest. A Cornish chough ppr.



Quartering the arms of



Cope, of Bramshill,



Hants, as borne by
the Rev. Sir William Henry Cope, Bart.

Arms. Arg. on a chev. az. between three roses gu.
slipped ppr., as many fleurs-de-lis or.

Crest. A fleur-de-lis or. a dragon's head issuing from
the top thereof, gu.

Motto. (Equo adeste animo.



Morris, as granted to Captain Richard
Morris, 10 April, 1677 {St. George's Grants,
p. 4) ; and now borne by Thomas Schuman
Morris, Esq., of The Cottage, Stoke, near
Coventry, a magistrate and Deputy-Lieu-
tenant for the county of Warwick.

Arms. Gu. a saltire engrailed arg. gutte de sang.
Crest. A lion's head arg. gutte de sang.
Motto. Virtute et fortitudine.



Hilton, as borne by the Rev. Henry
Hilton, Rector of Milstead, Kent, eldest
surviving son of the third son of the Faver-
sham branch of the Hiltons, now represented
by his uncle, Giles Hilton, Esq., of
Preston House, near Faversham, the second
son, which branch claims descent from the
baronial family of Hilton, of Hilton, co.
Durham.

Arms. Arg. two bars az.

Crest. Moses' head affronte adorned with a rich
drapered mantle, all ppr., with two horns issuing there-
from. On the east front of Hilton Castle the crest
appears in profile; but Sir "William Hilton, in 1503, used
it affronte, and radiated or glorified, instead of the horns.

Motto. Tanq. ie pvis.



Usticke, of Botallack and Penwarne,
The family of Usticke was long seated at
Botallack, in the parish of St. Just, Penwith.
The late William Usticke m. a sister of
Sir Michael Nowell, Knt., and by her had
issue two sons and several daus. Of the
former, Stephen Usticke became heir to his
uncle, Sir Michael Nowell, and resided at
Penwarne. Robert Michael Nowell Usticke,
M.A., second son of William, entered into
Holy Orders, and was Chaplain to the Prince
Regent, and one of His Majesty's Justices of

VOL. II.



the Peace ; he became heir to his brother,
and resided at Penwarne. Both d. without
issue. Of the daus., Anne Usticke m.
the Rev. George Allen, of Coleridge House,
in the county of Devon, and had issue, an
only dau., Georgiana Ann, who m. Theophilus
Samuel Beauchant, R.M.A., and had issue
nine children; the eldest son of whom Stephen,
the present representative, became heir to his
uncle the Rev. R. M. N. Usticke, M.A.,
and resides at Bosahan, in the county of

Cornwall.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, grand quarters, quar-
terly, 1st and 4th, Gu. on a bend embattled, counter-
embattled between two plain cottises or., three eagles
displayed of the field for Usticke. 2nd and 3rd, per
fesse arg. and sa. a fesse engrailed counterchanged be-
tween a sword in chief point upwards, and another in
base point downwards ppr. for Nowell. 2nd and 3rd
grand quarters, per bend sinister dovetail or. and sa. six
martlets within a bordure all counterchanged for Beau-
chant.

Crests. 1st, Usticke, a demi-eagle displayed gu. gorged
with a plain collar, and pendent therefrom an escutcheon
or., charged with a water bougetsa. 2nd, Nowell, a dexter
arm embowed in armour grasping a sword ppr., between
the antlers of a stag sa. 3rd, Beauchant, on a mount
vert, in front of rays of the sun ppr. a martlet sa. holding
in its beak an acorn slipped also ppr.

Motto. Semper paratus.



Clare, as borne by William Clare,
Esq.,, of Hindlay House, Walton Brook,
Walton-on-the-Hill.

Arms. Arg. a chevronel gu. between two others az.,
on a chief dancette, of the last, a goat's head erased
between two crosses patonce or.

Crest. On a millrind or. a cock, wings elevated gu.

Motto. Vigilante.



Nicholl, of Essex and Hadham, co. Herts,
as borne by the present representative of
that family, John Nicholl, Esq., F.S.A.,
of Islington, co. Middlesex, and Theydon-
Gernon, co. Essex, only son of John Nicholl,
by Mary, his wife, dau. of Matthias Miller,
of Epping, and grandson of Joseph Nicholl,
of Hadham, aforesaid.

Arms. Quarterly, sa. and gu. a pheon arg. in the
first quarter a falcon belled, also arg. impaling for on an
Escutcheon of Pretence). Or., a dexter arm issuing out
of clouds on the sinister side, sustaining a sprig of three

F



34



VISITATION OF ARMS.



acorns leaved, growing out of a stem fesswise in base
and couped, all ppr., for Yon Rahn. Mr. Nicholl having
m. Elizabeth Sarah, only dau. and heir of John Rahn,
Esq., whose ancestor, August Caspar Von Rahn, came
into England with George I.

Crest. A demi-lion rampant guardant arg. gutte de
poix, holding in the dexter paw a lily ppr.

Motto. Fort fahren und verharren.
Coll. ef Arms and Records of the Court of Fiefs, Hanover.



Bedford, as borne by the Rev. William

KlRKPATRICK RlLAND BEDFORD, M.A.,

Rector of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, arg. three bears' paws
erect and erased within a bordure engr. sa., for Bedford ;
2nd, sa. a chev. between three martlets arg., forltiLAND;
3rd, quarterly, erm. and gu. three lozenges conjoined
in fess or., for Freeman.

Crest. A demi-lion rampant sa. murally crowned or.,
holding in his paws a bezant.

Motto. Animum fortuna sequatur.



Merriman, as borne by the late Samuel
Merriman, M.D., of Brook Street, Grosvenor
Square, and of Rodborne Cheney, Wilts,
and duly registered in H. M. College of
Arms to all the descendants of his grand-
father, the late Nathaniel Merriman, Esq.,
of Marlborough, Wilts.

Arms. Arg. on a chev. cottised sa. between three
Cornish choughs ppr. as many crescents of the field.

An Escutcheon of Pretence, in right of his wife,
the only surviving dau. of the late Dr. Merriman, of
Queen-street, Mayfair, by Ann, his wife, one of the
coheirs of her grandfather, William Dance, Esq., of
Marlborough, viz. : Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Merriman,
with a crescent for difference ; 2nd and 3rd, Dance, gu.
a chev. chequy arg. and az.

Crest. A serpent nowed, therefrom issuant a dexter
arm embowed in armour ppr. garnished or:, the hand
grasping a short sword, all ppr., pommel and hilt gold.

Motto. Terar dum prosirn.

Nathaniel Merriman, Esq., of Marl-
borough, co. Wilts, d. in 1780, aged
eighty.



1. Benjamin
Merriman.



I



I



2. Samuel Mer- 3. Nathaniel Mer-



rmian.



riman.



Samuel Mer_Only dau. of Thomas John Merri-

riman, Esq., Samuel. Merriman, man, Esq., of

M.D., of Esq. Kensington.
BrookStreet.



Merriman, as borne by John Merriman,
Esq., of Kensington Square, Middlesex, and
The Priory, Marlborough, Wilts.

Arms. Arg. on a chev. cottised sa. between three
Cornish choughs ppr. as many crescents of the field.

Crest. A serpent nowed, therefrom issuant a dexter
arm embowed in armour ppr. garnished or., the hand
grasping a short sword, also ppr., pommel and hilt gold.

Motto. Terar dum prosim.



Tompson, of Witchingham, Norfolk.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a lion passant
guardant or. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg. a lion rampant gu.,
langued az.

Crest. On a mount vert a demi-lion, rampant
guardant or.



Hives, as borne by Charles Hives, Esq.,
of Gledhow Grove, co. York.



Arms. Arg. two cheveronels sable, between in chief
as many blackamoors' heads in profile, couped at the
shoulders ppr., wreathed about the temples of the first
and gu., and in base a bee volant, all ppr.

Crest. A blacuamoor's head in profile, couped at the
shoulders ppr., wreathed about the temples arg. and gu.,
pendant from the neck by a riband az. an escutcheon
arg. charged with a bee volant, ppr.

Motto. Industrie et probitate.



Haggard, of Bradenham Hall, co. Nor-
folk, as borne by William Meybohm
Rider Haggard, Esq., of that place,
Barrister-at-Law, a magistrate, and deputy-
lieutenant of the county, son and heir of
the late William Haggard, Esq., of Braden-
ham Hall, by his wife, Elizabeth, eldest
dau. and co-heir of James Meybohm, Esq.,
of St. Petersburgh, Russia.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st, az. a mullet of six points arg.,
for Haggard ; 2nd, erm. on a chief indented az. three
martlets or., each holding in his beak a trefoil slipped
arg., for Rider ; 3rd, vert, a chev. between three garbs
or., for Amyand ; 4th, arg. a man in half armour,
and tree ppr., for Meybohm.

An Escutcheon of Pretence in right of his wife,
Ella, eldest dau. and co-heir of Bazett Doveton, Esq., late
of the E.I.C. Civil Service, only son of the late John
Doveton, Esq., of St. Helena, viz : Az, on a chev. or.
three roses gu. barbed vert, in chief two doves, and in
base an anchor and cable arg.

Crest. A mullet of six points arg.



Haggard, of Amyand House, Twicken-
ham, as borne by James Haggard, Esq.,
of that place, a magistrate for Middlesex,
second son of the late William Haggard,
Esq., of Bradenham Hall, Norfolk.

Arms and Crest. same as the preceding, with the proper
mark of cadency. James Haggard, Esq., having married
the youngest sister of the present Mrs. Haggard, of
Bradenham, also bears an Escutcheon of Pretence for
Doveton.



Huntsman, as borne by Francis Hunts-
man, Esq., of Atterchffe, and Loversall Hall,
co. York, and duly registered in H.M.
College of Arms.

Arms. Gu. three escallops arg. each charged with a
bugle horn sa., garnished or. and stringed of the field.

Crest. A mount vert., thereon a fern brake in front
of two spears, in saltire ppr., therefrom pendent, a
bugle horn garnished and stringed as in the arms.

Motto. Esto vigilans.



Jamieson, as borne by James Young
Jamieson, Esq., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
and Newton Villa, Northumberland.

Arms. Arg. a fesse engrailed az. between in chief,
two eagles displayed sa., and in base, upon waves of the
sea, a ship under sail ppr.

Crest. A denii antelope gu., semee of cinquefoils or.,
supporting a flag staff ppr., therefrom flowing to the
sinister a pennon gu.

Motto. Ad littora tendit.



Hussey, as borne by the Rev. Thomas
John Hussey, Rector of Hayes, co. Kent,
only son (by his wife Miss Jennings, an
heiress) of the Rev. John Hussey, who was
second son, by Anne, his wife, only child
of Maurice Berkeley, Esq., and Anne his
wife, only daughter and eventually heiress
of the Rev. Robert Calow, of Warbleton,
in Sussex, of Thomas Hussey, Esq., of



VISITATION OF ARMS.



35



Burwash, and Ashford, both in Kent, who
is now represented by Edward Hussey,
Esq., of Scotney Castle, co. Kent (see
Burke's Landed Gentry).

Arms. Or. a cross vert., quartering Lake, Lucas,
Berkeley, Calow, Bridge, Jemmett, Jennings, &c. &c.

Crest. A hind ducally gorged and chained, at lodge,
under an oak tree ppr.

Mutlo. Vix ea nostra voco.



Kendall of Austrey, co. Warwick : Ed-
ward Kendall, Esq., of that place, a
magistrate of the counties of Gloucester
and Brecon, and High Sheriff of the latter
in 1818, represents the ancient family of
Kendall, which was seated at a very early
period at Smythesbye, in Derbyshire, and is
recorded in the Visitation of that county,
made in the year 1611. By an original Deed,
dated 10th May, 1495, it appears that John
Kendall, of Smythesbye, became entitled, in
right of Margaret his wife, to a third share
of the estates (which share was Austrey,
co. Warwick) of Henry Alstrie, gent., and
Edyth his wife, one of the three daughters
of Henry Alstre the younger. Among the
earlier alliances of the Kendalls of
Smythesbye, may be mentioned, Fitzher-
bert, Shepey, and Sacheverell.

Henry Kendall, Esq., of Austrey, a
lineal descendant of Kendall of Smythesbye,
as shown hi the Visitation of 1611, m.
in 1573, Margaret, daughter of George
Kendall, Esq., and by her (who m.
secondly — Orton, Esq.,) had twelve children
viz. :— Nathaniel, b. 1574, d. in the following
year ; Henry, of whom presently ; William,
b. 1580 ; George, b. 1584: Robert, b. 1586 ;
Christopher, b. 1590; Mary; Margaret;
Ruth ; Elizabeth ; Joan and Dorothy. The
second but eldest surviving son,

Henry Kendall, Esq., of Austrey, b.
in 1578, to. about 1600, Lucy, daughter of
Robert Brooke, Esq., of Hasleover, co.
Stafford, and sister of William Brooke,
Esq., of the same place (the lineage of
whose family, intermarried with the Hud-
dlestones of Elford, and related through
them to Sir William Smith, and Sir John
Stanley, of Elford, is set forth in Shaw's
Staffordshire). He cl. about 1658, leaving a
son Henry, his heir, and four daughters,
viz. : Hester ; Rebecca ; Lucy, and Blanche
7?i. to Thomas Austrey, Esq., of London. The
son,

Henry Kendall, Esq., of Austrey, b:
in Sept. 1608, m. in 1646, Elizabeth, daugh-
ter of the Rev. Robert Dowley, of Elford,
and by her had,

Jonathan, his heir.

Rebecca, to. to William Brian, Esq.,

of Shardlow, co. Derby.
Elizabeth, m. to the Rev. Mr- Potter,
of Feckenham, co. Worcester.



Lucy, m. to Crawshaw, Esq., of

London.
Mary, m. to Bromley, Esq., of Lon-
don.
Mr. Kendall, m. secondly, Mary, daugh-
ter of the Rev. Mr. Hucksop, of York-
shire, and by her had a daughter Sarah, to. to
— Whyte, Esq., of co. Stafford. Mr. Ken-
dall d. in 1673. His son and heir,

Jonathan Kendall, Esq., of Austrey,
to. in 1675, Jane, daughter, of Dyson,
Esq., of Hollow Fields, parish of Ink-
berrow, co. Worcester, and d. about 1717,
having had issue,

Jonathan, b. 1676, d. unm., aged

32.
Nathaniel and Henry, both d. in

infancy.
Edward, of whom presently.
Elizabeth, m. to Samuel Ballard, of

Austrey.
Mary, to. to William Wright, Esq.,
of Doddlespool.
The eldest surviving son,
Edward Kendall, Esq., of Austrey,
b. in 1684, m. in 1712, Anna, daughter of
William Cotton, Esq., of Haigh, co. York,
and had issue,

I. Jonathan, b. 1714, m. in 1741,
Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph
Smith, Esq., of Birmingham, which
lady d. 5th March, 1764. He d.,
s. p., 7th March, 1791.

II. Edward, b. 19th Sept , 1714, d.
s.p., in his 26th year.

III. William, b. 1717, d. an infant.

IV. Henry, of whom we treat.

V. John, b. 14th Feb,, 1723, d. an
infant.
VI. George, b. 10th Feb., 1724, m. about
1755, Martha Hyde, and had
issue.

1. Edward Jonathan, to. Lucy Gill,

and d. s. p.

2. Henry, to. Ann Belton, and d.

leaving issue.

Henry.

William, m. Miss Greenhill,

and has issue,
Thomas, d. un-m.

3. George, to. Sarah Hill, and d.

leaving issue.

Edward.

George, to. Theresa Glass, and
d. leaving three sons, George
Henry, Edmund and Charles
and one daughter, Sarah,
deceased.

William, m. Eliza Clayton, and
has a son Percy.

Henry, m. Eliza Anne Jack-
son, and has issue, Henry



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John Broughton, Edward,
Arthur George, Eliza Mar-
garet, Lucy, Caroline Jane
Ross, Alice Mary, Agnes,
and Emily Blyth.
4. William Jones, m. Jane Campbell

Kettle, and d. leaving issue.

James.

John, in. the widow of Harrop,
and has issue.

Martha, m. to John T. Smith,
Esq.

Lucy Lumb.

1. Mary, m. 1st Judgson, Esq., and

2nd to Atchison, Esq.

2. Lucy, vi. to Thomas Lumb, Esq.,

of Silcoates, co York, and d.
s. p.
VII. Thomas, 6. 18th May, 1730, d.s.p.
aged 33.

I. Amia, d. an infant.

II. Jane, m. to William Jones, Esq., of
London.

III. Elizabeth, m. to Samuel Noton,
Esq., of London, and d. at Not-
tingham, leaving issue.

IV. Mary, d. an infant

The fourth son.
Henry Kendall, Esq., ~b. 25th Dec,
1718, m. Ellen Jacques, and d. in 1787,
having had issue,

Edward, his heir.

Jonathan, m. Mercy West, and d. in

1810, s.p,
Henry, d. in London, un-m.
George, drowned at Lancaster, aged

18.
Anna, m. to Edward Kendall Jones,
Esq., son of William Jones, Esq.,
of London, and has issue, Ellen
Jane, in. to Charles Mauby, Esq.,
and d. s. p. Edward Henry, in.
Mary Collier, and William West.
The eldest son,
Edward Kendall, Esq., of Austrey,
i. in 1750, in. Elizabeth, second daugh-
ter of Samuel Irton, Esq., of Irton Hall,
Cumberland, by Frances his wife, daugh-
ter and heiress of Robert Tubman, Esq.,
of Cockermouth, and had issue, an only
son, the present

Edward Kendall, of Austrey, Esq., b.
8th Sept., 1789, who m. first, 20th Nov.,
1810, Anna Maria, eldest daughter of
Christopher Darling, Esq., of the 45th
Regiment, and by her (who d. in April,
1831) had surviving issue,

Georgiana, in. to the Chevalier

John Sobieski Stuart.
Rosa Julianna Harriet, m. to
William Nurse, Esq., of Barba-
does.
Angelina, m. to Jelinger Cookson



Symons, Esq., Barrister-at-Law,
and has issue, two sons, Jelingev
Edward, and Edward Warwick.
He m. secondly, Eliza Lee, daughter of
Thomas Lane Thompson, Esq., of Black-



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