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Crest. A griffin's head erased paly of six indented
arg. and sa. beaked or.

Hayne, as borne by John Hayne, Esq.,
of Gloucester Square, Hyde Park.

Arms. Erm. on a fesse nebuly gu. three quatrefoils
arg. in chief a greyhound current sable.

Crest. Upon a tortoise ppr. an eagle displayed bendy
of six, arg. ' and sable, in the beak a rose also arg.
slipped ppr.

Motto. Lahore et honore.



Wilson, as borne by, and duly registered
to Thomas Wilson, Esq., of Elsbrock in
South Holland, in the Netherlands, and of
Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, in the county
of Middlesex, merchant, third son of John
Wilson, of Whalley, in the county of Lan-
caster, gentleman, deceased.

Arms. Per pale azure and sable, a wolf saliant, and in
chief three horse-shoes or.

Crest. A demi wolf or. seme of horse-shoes, sable,
holding between the paws an estoile gold.

Motto. Pro Legibus ac Regibus.

Mac Culloch, of Ardwall.

Arms. Ermine a fret engrailed gules.

Crest. An arm embowed, throwing an arrow ppr.

Motto. Viet amnio.

Moore, as borne by the Rev. George
Moore, of Blandford Forum, co. Dorset.

Arms. Or. three roses in chev. gu. barbed and seeded
ppr. between as many moor cocks, also ppr.

Crest. A start' raguly fesseways or., thereon a moor-
cock ppr. charged on the breast with a trefoil, also or.

Mutto. A more fioresco.

Glennon, the Anglicised form of the name
Gloinin, an ancient Irish family of the race
of Heremon, and a tribe of Hy-Fiachrah.
O'Gloinin, the progenitor of this sept, from
whom the name is derived, was the son of
Muireadhach, the son of Fergus, the son of
Amhalgaidh, or Awley, the son of Fiach-
rach, the son of Eochaid Muichmeadhoin,
brother of Nial of the Nine Hostages, and
Monarch of Ireland in the fourth century.

The castle or stronghold of this chieftain
was Rath-na-n Goirmghiall, i.e. of the Illus-
trious Hostages, and was situate in the
western part of the barony of Tyrawley, co.
Mayo, in which district the O'Glennons
resided for nearly a thousand years, and were,
according to Mac Firley, famed for gene-

In 1282, their territory was invaded by
the Barretts, a Welsh tribe, who in turn
became subject to the Burkes ; but in 1652
the Barretts, Burkes, and the tribes of Hy
Fiachrah,were subdued and deprived of their
possessions by Cromwell.

On the latter occasion, the O'Glennons
dispersed themselves in the neighbouring
counties, a branch of the family locating
itself in the vicinity of Kilkenny, where,
neither participating in the political nor
religious discords which distracted the
country, they devoted their time and the
remnant of their fortune to agricultural
pursuits ; from this branch is descended
Timothy Glennon, Esq., Post-master of

Arms. Of this sept, (as shown in a book in possession
of Sir William Betham, Ulster King! of Arms for Ireland,
and borne by Timothy Glennon, Esq., Post-master of
Coventry.) Gyronny of eight or. and arg. four mullets
pierced sa.

Crest. A mullet pierced between two wings sa.

Motto. Gencrosus et animosus. .

Hannay, of Sorbie in Wigtonshire, a
family of great antiquity, traceable from the
earliest period in the public records. Among
the powerful chiefs of Galloway who swore
fealty to Edward I., occur the McCullochs,
the McDowalls, the Hannays, and the Adairs ;
and in the Ragman's Roll appears this
entry— "1296, Gilbert de Anneth, Gilbert
de Hannethe del Comite de Wiggeton."
Nisbet states that the principal family
of the name was Ahannay or Hannay
of Sorbie, and that, according to Pont's MS.
bore for arms " Arg. three roebucks' heads
couped az., collared or., with a bell pendent
gu. The lands of Sorbie," continues that
learned herald, "are now possessed by others,
but the family is at present represented by
Mr. Robert Hannay, of Kingsmuir, in Fife :
there is another family still in Galloway de-
scended of Sorbie, viz. Hannay, of Kirkdale."
Chalmers refers, also, in his " Caledonia,"
to the antiquity and eminence of this
family, instancing the submission of Gilbert
Hannay to King Edward in 1296, and
the continuous possession of Sorbie and
other lands inWigtonshire for many centuries.
Patrick Hannay, the Poet, was a grandson of
Donald Hannay, of Sorbie : he served under
Sir Andrew Gray, in the service of the Elec-
tor of Bohemia. In 1619 he published " Two
Elegies on the Death of Queen Anne,Wife of
James I.;" in 1622, "Poems," on the
title-page of which he styles himself
M.A. A member of this family obtained a
baronetcy in 1630, and assumed the title of
Sir Samuel Hannay, of Mochrum, Bart. ; and
another, Patrick, sat for the borough of
Wigton in the famous parliament of 1639-40,
which finally settled the civil and religious
liberties of Scotland. The present male re-
presentative of this long-descended line is
George Francis Hannay, Esq., of Kings-
muir, whose ancestor Robert Hannay, Advo-
cate of Edinburgh, acquired the Kingsmuir
estate in marriage with a Livingston, the
widow of Colonel Borthwick. The old place
or tower of Sorbie is a beautiful ruin sur-
rounded by wood, and situated about three
quarters of a mile from the parish church.
It appears to have been a place of strength,
and there are still to be traced the remains
of & fosse on the eastern side, where the land
is rising.

Arms. Arg. three roebucks' heads, couped az., collared
or., with a bell pendent gu.

Crest. A cross crosslet fitchee, issuing out of a cres-
cent sa.

Motto. Crescoet spero.



Hannay, of Kirk dale, Kirkcudbrightshire,
a branch of Hannay of Sorbie, sprung from
Alexander A'Hannay, first of Kirkdale,
uncle of Patrick of Sorbie. This line inter-
married with many distinguished houses, such
as Dunbar of Baldoon, Gordon of Castra-
mount, Mackie of Larg, &c. Samuel Hannay,
Esq., of Kirkdale, the immediate younger
brother of Col. Alexander Hannay, so well
known in connection with the government of
Warren Hastings in India, claimed and was
served heir male of Sir Robert Hannay,
Bart., of Mochrum, and sat for some years
as M.P. for Westminster. His only son, the
late Sir Samuel Hannay, of Mochrum and
Kirkdale, Bart., a Colonel of the Guards, died
unmarried at Vienna, 1st Dec, 1841, and
since then the title has been in abeyance.
He was succeeded in the family estate by his
sister, Mary Hannay, of Kirkdale, at whose
decease unm. March 20, 1850, Kirkdale
devolved on her nephew William Henry
Eainsford, who assumed the additional sur-
name of Hannay, and is the present W. 11.
Rainsford Hannay, Esq., of Kirkdale.

Arms and Crest. Same as the preceding.
Motto. Per ardua ad alta.

Hannay, of Grennan, co. Wigtown, a
branch of Hannay, of Mochrum, date the pos-
session of their lands from the reign of
Jambs V of Scotland. They are mentioned
by Wodrow in the list of those fined for
nonconformity in 1GG2. The last direct re-
presentative of this branch was Alexander
Hannay, of Grennan, who left two
daughters coheiresses, the eldest of whom
married her cousin, and had by him two sons ;
1st, the late Dr. Alexander Hannay, of
Grennan, M.D., Glasgow, who married
Marion, daughter of James Hannay, of
Blairinnie, and by her had left two sons ;
2nd, Robert Hannay, East India merchant.

In the reign of Charles II., Hannay, of
Grennan married Margaret McCulloch,
daughter of Sir Alexander McCulloch, of
Myreton, for his second wife, and had by her
a son, John Hannay. From this John
Hannay, (besides others unknown), de-

I. The late John Hannay, of Malabay and
Crochmore in Kircudbrightshire, who left
Alexander Hannay, Esq., Banker in Dumfries,
and other sons.

II. The late James Hannay, of Blairinnie,
in the same county, son of Robert Hannay,
merchant, of Glasgow, by Jean Maxwell, of
Balmangan, of the family of Maxwell, of
Newlaw (now represented by Maxwell, of
Breoch), descended from John, Master of
Maxwell, and Agnes, his wife, daughter of
Lord llerries. This James Hannay married
Marion Shaw, a descendant maternally of the
Browns of Carsluith and McDowalls of Glen ;

and of this marriage the following sons
survive : —

1. Robert Hannay, Esq , advocate.

2. David Hannay, married, and has issue'
James Hannay, R.N., author of " Sin-
gleton Fontenoy," and other literary
works, and Robert-Fergusson.

3. James Hannay, late Captain of the
8th regiment ; of Ballylough, co. Antrim,
married, and has sons, Edmund, James,
Robert, and Alfred.

4. John Hannay, Esq., of Lincluden, co.
Kircudbright, married, and has issue
James Lennox Hannay, barrister, of the
Inner Temple.

5. Walter Hannay

The family of Hannay, of Rusco, co.
Kircudbright, now represented by Robert
Hannay, of that place, also derive from the
Grennan branch.

Arms, Crest, and Motto. Same as Hannay, of Kirkdale
and Mochrum.

Sharp, of Linden Hall co. Lancaster, as
borne by William Sharp, Esq., of Linden
Hall, a Magistrate for Lancashire and West-
morland, son of the late William Sharp, Esq.,
by Alice, his wife, daughter of John Salkeld,
Esq., of Knock, in the County of Westmor-
land, who was a descendant of the Salkelds of
Whitehall, and heir at law to the Whitehall
estates, forfeited in 1745. Among the most
ancient of Cumberland families were the
Salkelds. So far back as the year 1336 Sir
Richard de Salkeld obtained from the crown a
grant of the Manor of Corby, on the attainder
of the Earl of Carlisle. With Sir Richard's
direct male descendants, Corbyremained until
1502, when Sir Richard Salkeld, Governor of
Carlisle, died in possession of the estate, leav-
ing five daughters, his coheirs, one of whom
married Salkeld of Whitehall, a member of
a younger branch of her paternal family,
and was ancestress by him of John Salkeld,
Esq. of Knock, whose daughter married
W. Sharp, Esq., In Wethcrall Church, at
Corby, Sir Richard Salkeld lies interred, with
the following epitaph on his tomb :

" Here lies Sir Richard Salkeld, that knight

Who in his land was miekle of might ;

The Captain and Keeper of Carlisle was he,

And also the Lord of Corkebye ;

And now he lies under this stane,

He and his lady, Dame Jane.

The eighteenth day of Februere,

This gentle knight was buried here.

I pray you all that this do see,

Pray for their souls for charitee ;

For as they are now, so must we all be.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Sharp, as. a pheon,
arg. within abordure or., charged with eight torteaux ;
2nd and 3rd, Sai.kkld , vert, fretty arg.

Crest. An eagle's head erased az., ducally gorged or.,
holding in the mouth a pheon arg.

The present William Sharp, Esq. of Linden
Hall is entitled, in right of his wife, Jane,
only child of William Taylor, Esq., of



Borwick, co. Lancaster, by Jane, his wife,
dau. and coheir of Henry Parkinson, Esq.,
of Woodycar Hall, co. Lancaster, to an
Escutcheon of Pretence, quarterly 1st
and 4th, Taylor of Borwick, co. Lancaster,
Erm. on a chief indented gu. three escallops
2nd, Parkinson, of Bleasdale, co. Lan-


caster, gu. a chev. arg. between three ostrich
feathers of the last ; 3rd, Smith of Smith's
Green, co. Lancaster.

William Tay-
lor, Esq., of
Borwick. co.
Lancaster, m.
Elizabeth, dau.
of Dawson, of
Hutton, co.

Henry Par-
kinson, Esq.,
tive of the
ancient fa-
mily of Par-
kinson of

A dau.

v mith


John Salkeld,
Esq., of Knock,
co. Westmor-
land, heir-at-
law of Salkeld
of Whitehall.

John Taylor, In-
cumbent of Hor-
burv, co. York,
J.i\ and D.L.,
d. s. p.

Esq., of

Jane Par-

dau. and

Alice Salkeld,
m. William
Sharp, Esq.


Jane, only child— William
and heir of William
Taylor, Esq., by
Jane, his wife, dau.
and co-heir of
Henry Parkinson,
Esq., of Woodycar
Hall, co. Lancaster.

Esq., of Linden
Hall, co Lancaster,
a Magistrate for shire, son of
William Sharp and
Alice Salkeld.

Elizabeth m.
James Atkin-
son, Esq., of
Dalton, in Fur-
ness, s.p.


1 John m. 2 William.
dau. of
Esq., of
co. York,
and has is-
sue, W'illiam
W alter- Jo-
siah, and


3 Henry

4 James At-
kinson, m.
dau. of
Esq. of

5 Edward.

1 Alice, m.

to Corne-


Esq., J. P.

and D.L. of


Hall, co.


2 Jane


3 Milicent,
m. to Ro-
bert Wil-
liam Waith-
man, Esq.,
of Bentham
House, co.
York, J.P.

4 Elizabeth.

Parkinson of Bleasdale Forest, Fairsnape,
and Blindhurst, co. Lancaster, a family of
great antiquity and high position in that shire,
descended, originally, from a son of Perkin
Featherstonhaugh of the North, recorded in
the Herald's Visitation, as Perkin-son, and
assigned the Arms of Fetherstonhaugh.

In 1(517, Christopher Parkinson, Esq., was
chosen Steward of the Forest of Bowland or
Bolland in Yorkshire, which forest adj oins that
of Bleasdale. This Christopherwas the younger
son of Ralph Parkinson, Esq., of Fairsnape,

by Grace, his wife, dau. of Robert Shuttle-
worth, Esq., of Hacking, co. Lancaster,
through which marriage the family became
connected with the Hoghtons of Pendleton.
Robert Parkinson, Esq., Christopher's elder
brother, married 1st, in 1606, Mary, dau. of
Jerome Assheton, Esq., whose father was
Ralph, 4th son of Sir Richard Assheton of Mid-
dleton, by Ann, his wife, dau. of Sir Thomas
Strickland, ofSizergh;and2ndly,in 1616, Ann,
dau. of George Singleton, Esq., of Stayning,
by Mary, his wife, one of the coheiresses of
John Hoghton, Esq., of Pendleton, brother of
Sir Richard Hoghton, Bt. of 11 oghtonTower.

In 1702, Christopher Parkinson, Esq., the
immediate descendant of the first-named
Christopher, devised, by will dated 8 July in
that year, lands at Ilazlehurst in Bleasdale to
his kinsman, Richard Parkinson, Esq., and
others in trust, for the endowment of Admarsh
Chapel and school at Bleasdale, and for the
use of the poor there for ever. Mr. Sharp,
as representing the Parkinsons, is trustee of
this charity.

About two centuries ago a considerable
portion of the Bleasdale estates passed to the
Cliftons of Lytham, with an heiress of the
Parkinsons. These estates were sold by the
Cliftons in the beginning of the present cen-
tury to Thomas and William Birley of Kirk-
ham, by whom they were again alienated by
sale to William Garnet, Esq., of Manchester.

The present representative of this ancient
race — the Parkinsons of Bleasdale — is Jane,
the wife of William Sharp, Esq. of Linden
Hall, co. Lancaster, and the only child of the
late William Taylor, Esq., of Borwick, by
Jane, his wife, dau. and coheir of Henry
Parkinson, Esq. of Woodycar Hall, who
was male heir and representative of the Par-
kinson family. By virtue of this marriage
the Fairsnape and Blindhurst estates are now
in the possession of Willam Sharp, Esq.

Arms. Gu. a chev. arg. between three ostrich feathers
of the last.

Crest. A dexter arm couped at the elbow clothed az.
cuffed or. holding an ostrich feather arg.

Parkinson, formerly of Chipping, co.
Lancaster and subsequently of AVoodgate — a
junior branch of Parkinson of Bleasdale,
represented by the Rev. Canon Parkinson
of Manchester, President of St. Bees, Cum-
berland and a Rural Dean of Chester.

Arms and Crest. Same as Parkinson of Bleasdale.

Watson, as borne by, and duly registered
in II. M. College of Arms to, John Watson,
Esq., of Beeston, Nottingham.

Arms. Or. a chev. indented between two martlets in
chief, and a crescent in base, sable.

Crest. Upon a mount vert a gryphon's head erased or.,
semee of annulets sable.

Motto. Esse quam Videri.



Locke, of Wiltshire, an ancient family of
which was the great John Locke, now repre-
sented by Wadham Locke, Esq., of Stour-
cliffe, near Christchurch, Hants, eldest son
and heir of the late Wadham Locke, Esq.,
M.P. of Rowdeford House, Wilts, by Anna
Maria Selina, his wife, dan. of Francis
Powell, Esq., of Hurdcott House.

.Irms. Per fosse az. and or., a pale eounterchanged,
three hawks with wings endorsed of the last.

Crest. A hawk, wings endorsed, holding in the beak
a padlock or.

Wadham Locke, Esq., impales the Coat of
Thompson of Yorkshire, in right of his wife,
Caroline, dau. of Henry Thompson, Esq.

Edwards of Pye Nest, near Halifax, as
borne by Henry Edwards, P^sq., of that
place, a Magistrate, and Deputy Lieutenant
for the West Riding of Yorkshire, and Major
of the 2nd West Yorkshire Yeomanry, and
late M.P. for Halifax, eldest son of Henry
Lees Edwards, Esq.. of Pye Nest, by Lea, his
wife, dau. of Joseph Priestley, Esq., of White
Windows, co. Y'ork, and grandson of John
Edwards, Esq. who acquired the estate of
Pye Nest through his wife's family, the Lees
of Skircoat, near Halifax, and removed from
Warwickshire to Yorkshire in 1749, by him
the existing mansion at Pye Nest was built
about a hundred years ago.

John Edwards, Esq., the de-JIiss Lees, of
seendant of a Warwickshire family of Lee


family, removed into Yorkshire
A. D. 1749, and built Pye Nest,
near Halifax.

Skircoat, near Ha-

Henry Lees Ed- :
wards, Esq., of
Pye Nest .

.Lea, dau, of Joseph Priestley,
Esq., of Whitewindows, descen-
ded from a most ancient family,
settled at Priestley and Sowerby,
near Halifax, at a very remote


Henry Edwards, Esq., now.
of Pye Nest, eldest son, b. in"
July, 1812, Magistrate and De-
puty Lieutenant of the West
Riding of Yorkshire, and Ma-
jor 2nd W. Yorkshire Yeo
manry; elected M.P. for Ha-
lifax "in 1847.

Maria Churchill,
eldest dau. of Tho-
mas Coster, Esq.,
formerly of March-
wood, near South-
ampton, and now
of the Regent's
Park, m. in April,

Several sons and daughters.

Arms. Az. a bend cotised arg. charged with thre e
martlets or.

Crest. A talbot ppr. langued gu. issuant from a mar-
quess's coronet or.

Motto. Oinne bonum Dei donum.

Caldecott, as borne by Charles Mar-
riott Caldecott, Esq., E.I.C.S. of Holbrook
Grange, Little Lawford, co. Warwick,
youngest son of the late Abraham Caldecott,
Esq., lord of the manor of Rugby, and great-
grandson of Thomas Caldecott, Esq., of Cal-
vol. II.

thorp, co. Leicester, by Eliz. his wife, dau.
of John Pettet, Esq., of Dartford, Kent,
which Thomas Caldecott was descended from
the Calcots or Caldecotts of Abingdon, Berk-
shire, and subsequently of Barrow and Whit •
well, co. Rutland.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Caldecott, arg. a fesse
az. fretty or. betw. three cinquefoils gu. ; 2nd, arg. three
bends sa ; 3rd, gu. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces arg.

Ci est. A demi-lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder
with a cinquefoil arg.

M tto. In utrumque paratus.

Moore-Stevens, as borne by the Ven.
John Moore Stevens, of Winscot, co.
Devon, Archdeacon of Exeter, and vicar of
Otterton, wdio assumed by Royal Licence
dated 17th July, 1832, the additional surname
and arms of Stevens, in obedience to the tes-
tamentary injunction of his cousin Elizabeth,
only dau. and heiress of Richard Stevens,
Esq., of Winscot, and widow of John Cleve-
land, Esq., of Tapley, co. Devon.

The family of Moore of which Archdeacon
Moore-Stevens is a descendant, derives from
a common ancestor with the Moores of Lin-
ley, co. Salop, and the Moores, Earls of Mont-
cashell, being the youngest of the three bro-
thers. Its ancestors were rigid Presbyteri-
ans and Covenanters at Liverpool. In the
troubled times of Charles I, these were stanch
Roundheads, and raised a regiment against
the king's cause. At the Restoration, the
family dispersed. One branch settled in Ire-
land, and another, the youngest, retreated to
Devonshire and engaged in trade with Por

Moore = Miss Welsh,
of Launces-

Henry Stevens, Esq.,
of Cross, Torrington,
Devon, m. Miss
Rolle, sister of Denys
Rolle, father of the
late Lord Rolle.






The Venerable
George Mooie,
Archdeacon of
Cornwall, and
Canon of Exe-
ter, d. s. p.

The Rev. Tho-
mas Moore,
Vicar of Bis-
hop's Taunton,
near Barnsta-

Christian Elizabeth
Stevens, Stevens,
dau. and wife of John
heir. Cleveland,

Esq.. of Tap-
ley, and d.
in 1832.

The Ven. John Moore Stevens (second son),
Archdeacon of Exeter, and Vicar of Otterton,
Devon, assumed by Sign Manual, dated 17th
July, 1832, the surname and arms of Stevens,
under the will of Mrs. Cleveland.

John Curzon Moore Stevens, resident at Winscot, Devon.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, per chevron argent
and gules, in chief two falcons rising ppr. belled, and
charged on the breast with an ermine spot or., for Stevens ;
2nd and 3rd, sable, a swan wings elevated argent, beaked
and membered or., within a bordure engrailed quarterly,
of the last, and of the second, for Moore.

Crests. For Stevens, a falcon or., belled, and wings
elevated azure, gorged with a collar gemel of the last,
charged in the breast with an ermine spot sable, and
on each wing with an estoile or.

For Moore, in front of a fern brush proper, a falcon,
wings elevated, argent, preying on a coney sable.



Troyte, of Huntsliam Court, Devon, as
borne by Arthur Henry Dyke Troyte,
Esq., of that place, second son of Sir Tho-
mas Dyke Acland, Bart. By Royal Licence,
bearing date Aug., 1852, Mr. Arthur Acland
was authorised to assume the name of
Troyte in lieu of that of Acland, and to
quarter the arms of Acland with those of
Troyte, in compliance with the testamen-
tary injunction of the late Rev. Edward

Berkeley Troyte, LL.D., Rector of limits-

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or. an ea'zle displayed
with two heads ppr. within a bordure inverted erm. (for
distinction), hi chief a cross crosslet sa., for Troyte. 2nd
and 3rd, chequy arg. and sa., a fesse gu. for Acland.
Quartering Wrothe and Dyke.

Crests. 1st, Troyte, an eagle's wing sa. charged with
five estoiles or. environed with a snake ppr. the wing
charged, for distinction, with a cross crosslet gold. 2nd,
Acland, on a man's hand couped at the wrist, in a glove,
fesse ways, a falcon perched, all ppr.

Motto. A Deo in Deo.

1st Husband, 2nd Husband.

Sir Hugh Acland, 6th Bart. = CicEi.v Wrothe, dan. and heiress of Sir Tho- = The Re . Thomas Troyte, married

mas Wrothe, Bart., cf Petherton Park. co. in August, 1729.

Sir Thomas Ac- = Elizabeth, dan and

land, Bart.,


heir of Thomas
Dyke, Esq.


Elizabeth, dan. of Wil-
liam Oxenham, Esq.

William Troyte, m. Arundel Berke-
ley, 'd. Dec. 1807.

Sir Thomas=Anne Henrietta, dan. of

Acland, Bt.

Sir Richard Hoaie, Bt.

Sir John Palmer —Elizabeth, dau. of John
Acland, Bt. I Rose Fuller, Esq.

The Rev. Edward Bkrkk-
ley Troyte, I.L.D., last sur-
viving son, Rector of Hunt-
sham, Devon, d. 9th May,

Elizabeth Acland. .

Charles Grove, M.D.,
of Salisbury.

Sir Thomas Dyke_ = Lydia Eliz., dau.
Acland, Bart., of I of Henry Hoare,
Column John. Esq.

Maria Grove. = George Bullock, Esq., of
I North Coker House, co.


Arthur H. Dyke Acland, Esq. second = Fanny dau. of R.
son, took the name of Troyte. _a. Williams, Esq.

George Bullock, Esq.

Kingston, as borne by the late Lucy
Henry Kingston, Esq., second son of John
Kingston, Esq., of Oakhill, and Belmont
Herts., M P. for Lymington, Hants., by
Jane, his wife, dau. of Valentine Knightley,
Esq., of Fawsley, co. Northampton. The
family of Kingston, originally De Kingston,
migrated from England to Ireland during the
Great Civil War of Charles the First's time.
Through his mother, Jane Knightley, Mr.
Lucy Henry Kingston was great-grandson
of Lucy Knightley, Esq., of Fawsley, and
.Jane Grey Benson, his wife,

which lady descended from the very ancient
family of Button, or De Bitton, of Buckland,
Hants, and also from the Plantagenets.

John Kingston, Esq., _ Jane, dau. of Valentine Knight-
of Oakhill and Belmont, ley, Esq., of Fawsley, M.P., son
Herts., M.P., for Ly- of Lucy Knightley, Esq., of
mington, Hants, son of Fawsley by Jane Grey, bis wife,
Paul Kingston, Esq. dau. of Henry lienson, Esq.,
and Elizabeth his wife, sister
and co. -heir of Henry Grey,
Earl of Stamford.



co-heirs to the Barony of Fitzwarine, and
a lineal descendant of Anne Plantagenet,
daughter and heir of Thomas of Woodstock,

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