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ed. 1846, sub Lewis, of Newhouse.)
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LEYCESTER 1750-53-

Edward, 3rd s. Ralph L., of Toft, co. Chester, by
Katherine, dau. Edward Norris, of Speke, co. Lan-
caster ; bap. 8 June 1739 at St. Mary, Chester ; K.S.
1750 ; d. unm. 1756. {B.C. Bap. Cert. ; Burke, L.G.)

LEYCESTER 1753, Jan.

George, e.s. Ralph L. {see previous entry) ; b. about
1736 ; admitted pensioner at Trinity College,
Cambridge, 4 July 1753, aged 17; scholar 1754;
B.A. 1758 ; M.A. 1761 ; fellow 1760 ; of Toft, co.
Chester; d. unm. 16 Apr. 1809 at Cheltenham.
{Trin. Coll., Camb., Adm. ; Burke, L.G.; Gent.
Mag. 1809, p. 390 b.)

LEYCESTER 1776-80 (tutor, Hawtrcy).

George, s. Rev. Ralph L., of Simpson, co. Bucks,
by Susanna, dau. Sir Walden Hanmer, bart. ;
bap. 10 Aug. 1763 at Fenny Stratford Chapel,
Bletchley, co. Bucks ; placed 13th on indentures
for Eton College in 1780, but did not take up his
election ; matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church,
28 Jan. 1782 ; B.A. (Merton College) 1788 ; M.A.
1790; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn 12 May
1784; of White Place, co. Berks; d. 6 Oct.
1838. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Foster, Alumni Oxon. ;
Lincoln^ s Inn Rec. ; Burke, Z.G., ed. 1846.)

LEYCESTER 1775-85 min.

George, 3rd s. Ralph L., of Toft, by Charlotte,
3rd dau. Rev. Dr. Lushington, of Eastbourne, co.
Sussex; b. about 1768; bap. at Knutsford ; K.S.
1782, aged 14 ; admitted scholar at King's College,
Cambridge, 19 Aug. 1786 ; B.A. 1791 ; M.A.
1794; fellow of King's 1789-1827 ; assistant at
Eton 1792-99 ; bursar of King's College ; d. 5 July
1827 at his brother's house in Portland Place.
{Eton Coll. Reg. ; Harwood, Alumni Eton. ;
Gent. Mag. 1827, ii. 91 b)

LEYCESTER 1775-81 mi. to ma.oi 1775-81 {M.Toung^Norbury).
Perhaps Henry, 2nd s. Ralph L., of Toft {see
previous entry) ; capt. R.N. ; d. at Pisa. (Burke,
L.G.)

LEYCESTER 1756-66.

Hugh, entered 19 Jan. 1756 {M. Toung), fee
^i-i-o ; 4th s. Ralph L., of Toft, co. Chester, by
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LEYCESTER Katherine, dau. Edward Norris, of Speke, co.
cont. Lancaster; bap. 2 Oct. 1748 at St. Mary's,
Chester ; K.S. 1761 ; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 13 Jan. 1767; B.A. 1771 ;
M.A. 1774 ; fellow of King's 1770-1801 ; admitted
student of Middle Temple 17 Nov. 1769; king's
counsel and chief justice of North Wales 1802-23 ;
recorder of Chester ; M.P. for Milbourne Port
1802-12 ; d. 2 Jan. 1836 in New Street, Spring
Gardens. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ; Burke, L.G. ; Gent.
Mag. 1836, i. 323 b.)

LEYCESTER 1758-69.

Oswald, entered 18 July 1758 {M. Toung), fee
^i-i-o ; 5th s. Ralph L., of Toft {see previous
entry) ; bap. 21 Mar. 1752 at St. Mary-on-the-Hill,
Chester ; K.S. 1763 ; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 25 Sep. 1769; B.A. 1774;
M.A. 1777; fellow of King's 1772-86; rector of
Stoke-upon-Tern, co. Salop, 1806; m. (i) Mary,
dau. P. Johnson, of Timperley ; (2) Elizabeth,
dau. Charles White, of Manchester ; d. 25 June
1846 ; ancestor of Leycester-Penrhyn of East
Sheen. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Burke, L.G. ; Gent.
Mag. 1846, ii. 215 ; 1848, ii. 665 ^.)

LEYCESTER 1753, Jan.

Perhaps the Ralph L., elected K.S. 1746, who
later became an oppidan ; s. George and Eliza-
beth L. ; bap. 3 June 1738 at St. Andrew's, Holborn.

LEYCESTER 1750-55.

Ralph, 2nd s. Ralph L., of Toft {see above) ; bap.
29 Sep. 1737 at Nether Knutsford, co. Chester ; K.S.
1750 ; succeeded his elder brother at Toft in 1809 ;
m. in 1762 Charlotte, 3rd dau. Rev. Dr. Lushington,
of Eastbourne, co. Sussex ; apparently at one time
of Calcutta. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Burke, L.G)

LEYCESTER 1775-81 ma. {M. Young, Norbury).

Ralph, e.s. Ralph L., of Toft, by Charlotte, 3rd
dau. Rev. Dr. Lushington; b. 1764; admitted
pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge, 6 July
1781 ; scholar 1784; B.A. 1786 and chancellor's
medallist ; M.A. 1789 ; admitted student of Lincoln's
Inn 29 Apr. 1786 ; M.P. for Shaftesbury 1821-30;
m. 29 Sep. 1797 Susanna, dau. Rev. Egerton Leigh,
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LEYCESTER canon of Lichfield; d. May 1835. (Trin. Coll.,
cont. Camb., Adm. ; Burke, L.G. ; LincoMs Inn Rec.)

LEYCESTER 1782-89 {Naylor, Stevenson).

Probably William, 4th s, Ralph L., of Toft, and
Charlotte L. (see above); m. Miss Friel. (Burke, Z.G.)

LIDDELL 1758-64.

Entered 7 Feb. 1758 (Harris), fee £6-6-0 ; Henry
George, s. Thomas Liddell (brother of Sir Henry L.,
4th baronet), by Margaret, dau. Sir William Bowes,
of Gibside ; b. 25 Nov. 1749 ; cornet ist dragoons
24 Nov. 1769; name out of army list 1774;
m. Apr. 1773 Elizabeth, dau. Thomas Steele, of
Hampsnett, co. Sussex ; succeeded as 5th baronet
~ 30 Jan. 1784; J. 26 Nov. 1791. (G.E.C, Complete

Baronetage ; Nugae Etonenses.)

LIDDELL 1783-90 {Harris, private tutor Hand).

Thomas Henry, s. Sir Henry George L,, 5th bart.
{see previous entry) ; b. 8 Feb. 1775 at Newton Hall,
CO. Durham ; succeeded as 6th baronet 26 Nov.
1 791 ; admitted fellow-commoner at Trinity
College, Cambridge, 12 Dec. 1792 ; M.A. 1795 ;
M.P. for CO. Durham 1806-7 ; m. 26 Mar. 1796
Maria Susanna, dau. John Simpson, of Bradley,
CO. Durham ; created 17 July 1821 Baron Ravens-
worth ; d. 7 Mar. 1855. (G.E.C, Complete
Baronetage ; Trin. Coll., Camb., Adm)

LINDEGREN 1790-93.

John; consul at Porto Rico 1844-55 ; d. 3 Feb.
^ 1855, aged 76 ; there was a family of merchants of

this name who were apparently of Swedish origin.
(Stapylton ; ex inform. Rev. A. B. Beaven ; Gent.
Mag. 1776, p. 333 b &c.)

LINDSEY, LORD 1765-71 (private tutor, Bowyer).

Entered 20 Sep. 1765, fee ^lo-io-o ; Robert Bertie,
2nd but only surv. s. Peregrine, 3rd Duke of An-
caster, by his 2nd wife Mary, dau. Thomas Panton,
of Newmarket, co. Cambridge ; b. IJ Oct. 1756 ;
admitted nobleman at St. John's College, Cam-
bridge, 18 May 1772; served as a volunteer in North
America in his 21st year; succeeded as 4th Duke
of Ancaster 12 Aug. 1778 ; d. of scarlet fever at
Grimsthorpe, co. Lincoln, 8 July 1779. (G.E.C,
Complete Peerage, ed. Gibbs.)
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LISTER 1756-58.'

Thomas Martin, entered 25 July 1756 {Hird), fee
£2-2-0.

LITTLEHALES 1779-86.

Verney Peter, 3rd s. Baker John L., of Moulsey, co.
Surrey, by Maria, only dau. and heir of Bendall
Martyn, and grandson of Joseph L., by Elizabeth,
sister of William Baker and aunt of Peter William
Baker {q.v.) ; b. 12 Jan., bap. 9 Feb. 1769 at
St. Anne's, Westminster ; K.S. 1779 ; a writer in
the Microcosm ; admitted pensioner at Trinity
College, Cambridge, 21 June 1787 ; scholar 1790 ;
B.A. 1791 ; M.A. 1794; rector of Burton, co.
Lincoln; prebendary of Southwell 1812-13 ; d.
unm. ; brother of Edward Baker Littlehales, aft.
Baker^ created a baronet 2 Sep. 1802. {E.C. Bap.
Cert. ; Trin. Coll., Camb., Adm. ; Burke, P. and
B ., sub 'Bsik&x ; Gent. Mag. 1832, i. 24 Z* ; Foster,
Baronetage)

LLEWELLYN 1767-72.

According to the Baker MS. he ' died in Wales
of a damp bed.'

LLOYD, SIR JOHN (1753, Jan.)-54 (Bland).

No baronet of this name seems to be known.

LLOYD 1764-69.

John, entered 24 Jan, 1764 {Arden), fee 3^2-2-0.
A John Lloyd, s. Richard L., of the parish of St.
George the Martyr, co. Middlesex, was admitted
student of Gray's Inn 23 Jan. 1769. {Gray^s
Inn Adm. Reg.)

LLOYD 1760-64.

Richard, entered 2 Sep. 1760 (Harris), fee £2-2-0.

LLOYD 1776-81.

Thomas, s. Rev. John L,, curate of Wrexham, co.
Denbigh, and of Mary L. ; bap. 2 Aug. 1762 at
Wrexham ; K.S. 1776 ; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 5 July 1782 ; B.A. 1786 ; M.A.
1789 ; fellow of King's 1 785-1 807 ; tutor at King's ;
vicar of Lois Weedon, co. Northampton, 1806-28 ;
d. 21 July 1828 in Sackville Street. (E.C. Bap.
Cert.; Harwood, Alumni Eton. ; Gent. Mag. 1828,
ii. 474 a.)

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LLOYD



LLOYD



1784-92 (Harringtott, Heath).

Thomas, s. Rev. William and Eliza L. ; bap.
25 Aug. 1772 at Aston, co. Hertford ; K.S. 1784 ;
admitted pensioner at Peterhouse, Cambridge,
16 May 1792; B.A. 1796; M.A. 1799; rector
of Fordvvich, co. Kent, 1802 ; of Sacombe, co.
Hertford, 1807 ; domestic chaplain to Earl Cowper
Nov. 1838 ; d. 5 Dec. 1851 at Sacombe. {E.G. Bap.
Cert. ; Peterhouse Adm. ; Gent. Mag. 1852, i. 104 a.)

1777-83.

Probably Richard, vicar of St. Dunstan's in the

West, London, 1805-34; vicar of Midhurst,

Sussex; m. ij June 1816 dau. C. Brett;

d. 1834. {Gent. Mag. 1816, i. 632 a ; 1832, i. 24 b.)



LOCKER



1790-94.

Edward Hawke, youngest s. Capt. William L.,
R.N., by Lucy, dau. Admiral William Parry ;
b. at East Mailing, co. Kent, 9 Oct. 1777 ; K.S.
1790 ; entered navy pay office in 1 795 ; civil
secretary to Sir Edward Pellew 1 804-1 1 ; secretary
to Greenwich hospital 1819-29; civil commis-
sioner of the hospital 1829-44; m. 28 Mar. 18 1 5
Ellen, dau. Rev. Jonathan Boucher ; d. at Uxbridge
16 Oct. 1849 ; formed the gallery of naval portraits
at Greenwich. {Diet. Nat. Biog. ; Gent. Mag.
1815, i. 274 a; 1849, ii. 653-4.)

LOCKHART 1779-80 (tutor, Hazvtrey).

James, s. James L., of Melchett Park, co. Wilts,
and Mary Harriot L. ; b. 26 July, bap. 19 Aug. 1763
at St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, London ; apparently
stood for Eton College in 1779, but unsuccessfully.
{E.G. Bap. Gert.)

LOCKHART 1779-83 (tutor, Hazvtrey).

John Ingram, s. James and Mary Harriot L. {see
previous entry) ; b. 5 Sep., bap. 3 Oct. 1765 at St.
Dunstan's-in-the-East, London ; apparently stood
for Eton College in 1779, but unsuccessfully;
matric. at Oxford, from University College, 5 May
1783 ; D.C.L. 1820 ; admitted student of Lincoln's
Inn 7 May 1783 ; of Great Haseley House, co.
Oxford, and of Sherfield House, co. Southampton ;
assumed name of TVastie, in lieu of Ingram Lockhart,
12 Oct. 1831 ; recorder of Romsey, and of Oxford
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LOCKHART 1835 ; M.P. for Oxford City 1807-18 and 1820-30;

cont. m. 14 Jan. 1804 the only child of Francis Wastie ;

d. 13 Aug. 1835. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ; Foster, Alumni

Oxon. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ; Gent. Mag. 1804,

p. 86 fl ; 1832, i. 24.)

LOCOCK 1753-54.

Henry, s. Henry L., apothecary, and Ann L. ;
hap. 10 Oct. 1740 at All Saints, Northampton ;
K.S. 1753 (but it is doubtful if he ever took up his
election) ; a surgeon at Northampton ; m. (i)
29 May 1762 Mary Pasham, of Darlington : she
d. 19 May 1767 ; (2) Mary May ; he d. 27 May
1788 ; his grandson Charles was created a baronet
5 May 1857. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Burke, P. and B)

LODINGTON 1771-77 {Naylor).

John, s. Rev. John and Ann L. ; bap. 31 Dec. 1759
at Beccles, co. Suffolk ; a John Lodington was
lieut. in the marine forces 16 July 1779 '•> capt.

13 July 1793. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Army Lists.)

LOFFT 1759-69.

Capel, entered 2 Sep. 1759, as a day-boy, fee
3^2-2-0 ; s. Christopher L., private secretary to
Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, by Anne, dau.
Rev. Gamaliel Capell ; b. 14 Nov., bap. 14 Dec.
1751 at St. Clement Danes, London ; placed 17th
on the indentures for Eton College in 1767, but
did not take up his election ; admitted pensioner
at Peterhouse, Cambridge, 20 Apr. 1769 ; did not
graduate ; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn
2 Nov. 1770 ; on the death of his uncle, Edward
Capell, succeeded to the estates of Troston and
Stanton, near Bury St. Edmunds ; recorder of
Aldboroughi8i4; whig politician and miscellaneous
writer; m. (i) 20 Aug. 1778 Anne, dau. Henry
Emblyn, of Windsor, architect : she d. 1801 ; (2)
10 Mar. 1802 Sarah Watson, 2nd dau. John Finch,
of Cambridge, merchant; d. 25 May 1824 at Mon-
calieri, near Turin. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; The World,

14 May 1787 ; Peterhouse Adm. ; Diet. Nat. Biog. ;
Burke, L.G. ; Windsor Par. Reg)

LOMAX 1777-83.

Caleb, 3rd s. Caleb L., of Childwickbury, co.

Hertford, by his 2nd wife Susannah, dau.

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LOMAX Lawrence ; bap. z June 1765 at St. Michael's,

cont. St. Albans, co. Hertford ; placed 19th on the

indentures for Eton College in 1777, ^^^ '^^^ ^^^
take up his election ; admitted pensioner at St.
John's College, Cambridge, 29 Mar. 1784; B.A.
1788 ; M.A. 1791 ; vicar of Aldenham, co. Hertford,
1808-25. {E.G. Bap. Cert.; Burke, Z.G., ed. 1846;
Foster, Index Eccles. ; St. John's Coll., Camh., Aim.)

LOMAX 1789-93.

Edmund, s. Edmund Shallet L., of Shere, co. Surrey
(half-brother of the previous entry), and Catherine
Frances L. ; bap. 26 Oct. 1778 ; K.S. 1793 ; ad-
mitted pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge,
26 May 1797; scholar 1799; B.A. 1802; M.A.
1805 ; of Netley Place, co. Surrey ; d. at Florence
24 Feb. 1847. (E.C. Bap. Cert.; Irin. Coll.,
Camb., Adni. ; Gent. Mag. 1847, i. 455 1^.)

LOMAX 1783-84.

Probably Joshua, s. Caleb L., of Childwickbury,

CO. Hertford, by his 2nd wife Susannah, dau.

Lawrence ; m. about 1797 Matilda, dau. Rev.
Randolph Ekins, rector of Pebmarsh, co. Essex ;
of Childwickbury ; his only son was at Eton in
1814. (Burke, Z.G., ed. 1846.)

LONGE 1759-65.

Francis, entered 19 Sep. 1759 {Gregory), fee ^2-2-0 ;
probably e.s. Francis L., of Spixworth, co. Norfolk,
by Tabitha, dau. John Howes, of Morningthorpe ;
b. Apr. 1748 ; cornet royal horse-guards 4 May
1767 ; lieut. 30 Aug. 1771 ; name out of army list
1774 ; m. Katherine, 2nd dau. Sir George Jackson,
bart. ; high sheriff of Norfolk 1786 ; d. 7 July 1812.
(Burke, L.G. ; Army Lists; Gent. Mag. 18 12,
ii. 91 b.)

LONGLEY 1764-67.

John, entered 8 Sep. 1764 {Bagwell), fee I2-2-0 ;
s. Joseph L., of Chatham, co. Kent, merchant ;
b. 1749 at Chatham ; admitted fellow-commoner
at St. John's College, Cambridge, 24 June 1767 ;
admitted student of Lincoln's Inn 10 Sep. 1764 ;
recorder of Rochester 1 784-1 803 ; resident
magistrate of the Thames police-court ; m. Eliza-
beth, dau. Thomas Bond, of Battersea Rise, and
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LONGLEY had seventeen children, the youngest but one of
cont. whom became archbishop of Canterbury ; d.
5 Apr. 1822. {St. John's Coll., Camb.y Adm)

LONGMORE 1771-72 {Milward).

[An Alexander Longmore, s. William L., of Bath,
CO. Somerset, matric. at Oxford, from Wadham
College, 22 Oct. 1776, aged 22 ; vicar of Great
Baddow, co. Essex; d. 29 Jan. 1812. (Foster,
Alumni Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1812, i. 193 a.)]

LORAINE 1762-66.

James Thomas, entered i Oct. 1762 (M. Toung),
fee ;£3-3-o ; 4th s. Sir Charles L., 3rd bart., by his
2nd wife Dorothy, only dau. and heir of Ralph
Mylott, of White Hill, co. Durham ; b. 1 Dec. 1753 ;
w. 15 May 1777 Margaret, only dau. John Haigh ;
d. 18 Feb. 1808; according to the Baker MS., he
became a tide-waiter. (Burke, P. and B.)

LORAINE 1762-66. '

Lambton, entered i Oct. 1762 (M. Toung), fee
3^3-3-0 ; 3rd s. Sir Charles L., 3rd bart., by his
2nd wife (see above) ; b. 21 May 1752 at Kirkharle,
CO. Northumberland ; admitted fellow-commoner
at Christ's College, Cambridge, 6 July 1769 ; LL.B.
1776 ; vicar of Enderby with Whetstone, co.
Leicester, 1779-1802 ; rector of Milton Keynes, co.
Buckingham, 1802 ; of Normanton, co. Leicester ;
m. 19 Oct. 1776 Isabella, 2nd surviving dau. Sir
Lancelot Allgood, of Nunwick ; d. 3 July 1821 ; bur.
at Milton Keynes. {Christ's Coll., Camb., Biog. Reg.)

LORAINE, SIR WM. 1762-66.

Sir Wilham, entered I Oct. 1762 {M. Toung), fee
5^3-3-0 ; e.s. Sir Charles L., 3rd bart., by his 2nd
wife {see above) ; b. ly June 1749 ; succeeded
as 4th bart. 29 Apr. 1755 ; admitted fellow-
commoner at Christ's College, Cambridge, 16 Dec.
1767 ; high sheriff of Northumberland 1774-75 ;
tn. (i) 19 Oct. 1776 Hannah, eldest surv. dau. Sir
Lancelot Allgood, of Nunwick : she d. 5 June 1 797 ;
(2) 5 Nov. 1799 Frances, o. surv. dau. and heir of
Francis Campart, of Kensington, co. Middlesex ;
d. 19 Dec. 1809 ; bur. at Kirkharle. (G.E.C., Com-
plete Baronetage ; Christ's Coll., Camb., Biog. Reg.)

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LOVAINE, LORD. See Percy, Mr.

LOVEDEN 1789-91.

Pryse, e.s. Edward Loveden Tozvnsend, of Buscot,
CO. Berks (who assumed the name and arms of
Loveden ij June IJJ^), by Margaret, dau. and heir
of Lewis Pryse, of New Woodstock, co. Oxford,
and of Gogerddan, co. Cardigan ; bap. i June 1774 ;
matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church, 16 Feb.
1792 ; M.P. for Cardigan 1818-49 ; assumed name
and arms of Pryse 22 Mar. 1798 ; m. (i) 20 July
1798 Harriet, dau. William (Flower), 2nd Viscount
Ashbrook, and widow of Hon. John Ellis Agar : she
d. 14 Jan. 181 3 ; (2) 29 Apr. 18 15 Jane, dau. Peter
Cavallier, of Guisborough, co. York ; he d. i Jan.
1849. (Stapylton ; Burke, P. and B., sub Pryse;
Foster, Alumni Oxon.)

LOVELL 1745-53.

Edward, s. Edward L., of Middlesex ; b. in London ;
admitted pensioner at St. John's College, Cambridge,
5 Nov. 1753, aged 16. {St. John's Coll., Camb.,
J dm.)

LOVIBOND 1759-62.

George, entered 12 Jan. 1759 (Harding), fee ^2-2-0 ;
perhaps s. Edward L., of Hampton, co. Middlesex,
by Catherine, 3rd dau. Gustavus Hamilton, of Red-
wood, King's County ; inherited from his uncle,
Anthony Lovibond Collins, the estates of Hatfield
Peverell, and of Sandon, co. Essex ; m. in 1793
a dau. of Sir Elijah Impey ; d. 21 Jan. 1817 at
Bath. {Diet. Nat. Biog. ; Burke, L.G., ed. 1846;
Gent. Mag. 1817, i. 182 b.)

LOVIBOND 1759-62.

James, entered 12 Jan. 1759 {Harding), fee I2-2-0 ;
evidently a brother of George L. {swpra). A James
Lovibond was cornet 3rd dragoons 5 June 1769 ;
lieut. 3 Apr. 1773 ; capt.-lieut. and capt. 21 Nov.
1775 till 1778. {Army Lists)

LOWNDES 1769-72.

Matthew, s. Matthew and Elizabeth L. ; bap.
23 Nov. 1755 at St. Saviour's, Southwark ; K.S.
1769; admitted sizar at St. John's College,
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LOWNDES

cont.



LOWNDES



LOWRY



LUARD



LUCAS



LUCAS



rector of Clogherny,
dau. and heir of Rev.



Cambridge, 8 Jan. 1773 ; B.A. 1777 ; vicar of
Buckfastleigh, co. Devon, 1782-1825 ; d. 1825.
{E.G. Bap. Cert.; St. John's Coll., Camb., Adm. ;
Gent. Mag. 1825, i. 649 a)

1779-82 (tutor. Prior).

Perhaps Milnes, e.s. Robert L., of Chesterfield, co.
Derby; b. about 1765 ; matric. at Oxford, from
Christ Church, 13 July 1782, aged 17 ; B.A. 1786 ;
admitted student of Middle Temple 24 June 1786 ;
d., after a lingering illness, 20 Apr. and bur. in the
Temple Church 26 Apr. 1800. (Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1800, p. 398 b ; 1832, i. 23 b.)
1787-89 (GoodalF).
James, s. Rev. John L.,
CO. Tyrone, by Sarah, only
George Underwood, rector of Kenton, co. Oxford ;
b. 3 Apr. 1772 ; admitted pensioner at Trinity
College, Dublin, 9 Aug. 1789; matric. at Oxford,
from Trinity College, 23 Apr. 1792; B.A. 1794;
admitted student of the Middle Temple 4 May
1792 ; rector of Clogherny ; m. Harriet, dau. James
Duberley, of Hensham Hall, co. Oxford ; d.
4 Nov. 1852. {7. CD. Adm.; Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; Burke, L.G.; Papendiek, Journals, i. 317.)

1766-68.

Probably Peter John, e.s. Peter Robert L., by
Jane, dau. Zachariah Bourryau, of Grenada and
St. Kitts, and of Blyborough, co. Lincoln ; cornet
in 4th dragoons 6 Sep. 1773 ; lieut. 22 Dec. 1775 ;
capt.-lieut. and capt. 26 Dec. 1776 till 1788 ; of
Blyborough, co. Lincoln ; m. abt. 1783 Louisa, dau.
Charles Dalbiac, of Hungerford Park ; d. 23 May
1830 at Blyborough, aged 75. (Burke, L.G. ; Gent.
Mag. 1830, i. 572 b ; 1831, i. 91 ^ ; Army Lists)
(1753? Jan.)-S8 {Wedgborough).
Perhaps Robert, s. Robert L., of Llangattock, co.
Monmouth, matric. at Oxford, from Merton College,
13 Dec. 1758, aged 17; B.A. 1762. (Foster,
Alumni Oxon)

(1753, Jan.)-53 Dec.

Perhaps William, s. Robert L., of Llangattock, co.
Monmouth, matric. at Oxford, from Merton College,
29 May 1754, aged 19. (Foster, Alumni Oxon.)
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LUCAS 1764-65.

William, entered 8 May 1764 {Harding, fee
j^i-i-o ; s. Thomas L., of Ashton, co. Lancaster ;
b. 5 Aug., bap. 20 Aug. 1749 at Ashton Chapel,
Winwick ; K.S. 1764 ; matric. at Oxford, from
Lincoln College, 30 Oct. 1767 ; B.A. 1771 ; took
holy orders ; d. 3 Feb, 1820 at Kentish Town,
when he is described as * late of Knightrider
Street, Doctors' Commons.' {E.C. Bap. Cert. ;
Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1820, i. 190 a.)

LUDLOW, LORD 1768-72 {Gregory).

George Edward Henry Arthur, e.s. Henry Arthur
Herbert (created Earl of Powis 27 May 1748), by
Barbara, dau. Lord Edward Herbert ; b. 7 July
1755; succeeded as 2nd Earl of Powis 11 Sep.
1772 ; recorder of Ludlow 1776 ; d. unm.
16 Jan. 1 801 ; his only surviving sister m.
Edward, Lord Clive {q.v.). (G.E.C., Complete
Peerage.)

LUKE 1780-85.

Robert, 3rd s. John L., merchant, and Mary L. ;
hap. 28 Mar. 1768 at St. Olave's, Exeter ;
educated for two years by Rev. J. Marshall at
Exeter before going to Eton ; K.S. 1780 ; admitted
pensioner at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge,
10 January 1786 ; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1793;
D.D. 1800 ; fellow of Sidney Sussex College ;
d. 24 May 1844, being then senior fellow. {E.C.
Bap. Cert. ; Sidney Sussex Coll. A dm. ; Gent. Mag.
1844, ii. 103 a.)

LUKIN (1753, Jan.)-58 {Barnardiston).

George William, s. Robert L., of Braintree, co.
Essex, and Sarah L. (who aft. m. William Wind-
ham, of Felbrigg, co. Norfolk) ; bap. 26 Sep. 1739 at
Braintree; placed nth upon the indentures for
Eton College in 1751, but did not take up his
election ; admitted pensioner at Christ's College,
Cambridge, 25 Jan. 1759 ; LL.B. 1797 : rector of
Aylmarton and Felbrigg 1764 ; m. 30 June 1 767
Catherine Doughty, of Hanworth Park, co. Norfolk ;
prebendary of Westminster 1797-99; dean of
Wells 1799-1812; vicar of Metton, co. Norfolk; d.
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LUKIN 27 Nov. 1812. {E.G. Bap. Cert.; Christ's Coll.,

cont. Camb., Biog. Reg. ; Gent. Mag. ij6j, p. 382 a)

LUKIN 1788-91.

Robert, 2nd s. Rev. George William and Catherine
L. {see above) ; b. 22 Nov., bap. 29 Nov. 1772
at Metton, co. Norfolk ; K.S. 1788 ; matric. at
Oxford, from Exeter College, 13 July 1791 ;
scholar 1791 ; demy at Magdalen College 1792-1802;
B.A. 1795 ; M.A. 1799 ; fellow of Magdalen
1802-8 ; first clerk in the war office 1831 ; m. in
1808 Catherine, dau. Rev. Samuel Hallifax, bishop
of St. Asaph; d. 29 Oct. 1835 in Eaton Square,
Westminster. {E.G. Bap Cert. ; Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1835, ii. 662 h\ Boase, Exeter
Coll. Reg.)

LUMLEY, LORD 1764-70.

Entered 19 May 1764 {M. Toung), fee ISS-'^ 5
George Augusta, e.s. Richard (Lumley), 4th Earl
of Scarbrough, by Barbara, dau. Sir George
Savile, 7th bart. ; b. 22 Sep., bap. 24 Oct. 1753 at
St. George's, Hanover Square ; admitted fellow-
commoner at King's College, Cambridge, 13 June
1771 ; M.P. for Lincoln 1774-80 ; succeeded as
5th Earl of Scarbrough 12 May 1782 ; d. unm.
5 Sep. 1807 at Bath; M.L in Bath Abbey.
(G.E.C., Complete Peerage.)

LUMLEY, MR. 1772-77 {M. Toung).

Frederick, 5th s. Richard (Lumley), 4th Earl of
Scarbrough {see above) \ b. \'] Oct. 1761 ; cornet
loth dragoons 28 May 1778 ; lieut. 20 Oct. 1779 ;
capt. 22 May 1782 till abt. 1786; m. (i) 21 Feb.
1786 Harriet Anne, dau. John Boddington : she
d. 20 July 1810 ; (2) 25 Mar. 1819 Jane, 2nd dau.
Admiral Bradby, of Hamble, co. Southampton ;
d. 20 Sep. 1831 ; grandfather of 9th Earl of Scar-
brough. (Burke, P. and B. ; Army Lists ; Gent.
Mag. 1786, p. 180 a ; 1831, ii. 379 b.)

LUMLEY, MR. 1770-77 {M. Toung, private tutor, IF. H. Roberts).
John, 4th s. Richard (Lumley), 4th Earl of Scar-
brough {see above) ; b. i^ June 1760 at Sandbeck,
CO. York ; admitted (as Saunderson) fellow-com-
moner at King's College, Cambridge, 31 Mar. 1780;
M.A. 1782 ; prebendary of York 1785-1835 ; rector
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LUMLEY, of Wintringham, co. Lincoln, and of Thornhill, co.
MR. York ; assumed name of Savile pursuant to the

cont. will of his maternal aunt 28 Sep. 1807 ; m. 5 Nov.
1785 Anna Maria, dau. Julines Herring, of Hey-
bridge, co. Essex ; succeeded his brother as 7th Earl
of Scarbrough 17 June 1832 ; d. 21 Feb. 1835,
through a fall from his horse when hunting ; bur. at
Saxby, CO. Lincoln. (G.E.C., Complete Peerage.)

LUMLEY, MR. 1770-73 {M. Toung, private tutor, W. H. Roberts).
Richard, 2nd s. Richard (Lumley), 4th Earl of
Scarbrough {see above) ; b. 3 Apr., bap. 16 Apr.
1757 at Sandbeck, co. York ; cornet loth dragoons
24 Mar. 1775 ; Heut. 28 May 1778 ; capt. 86th
regt. 2 Oct. 1779 ; capt. 3rd dragoons 20 Nov.
1780 till 1784 ; took the name of Savile, after that
of Lumley, 1783 ; M.P. for Lincoln 1784-90 ;
m. 14 June 1787 Henrietta, 2nd dau. Henry
(Willoughby), 5th Baron Middleton ; succeeded his
brother as 6th Earl of Scarbrough 5 Sep. 1807, and
assumed the name of Saimderson in lieu of Savile ;
d. s.p. 17 June 1832. (G.E.C., Complete Peerage.)

LUMLEY, MR. 1782-84.

Savile Henry, 6th s. Richard (Lumley), 4th Earl of
Scarbrough {see above) ; b. iS June 1768 ; cornet
3rd dragoons 28 July 1784; lieut. 5 June 1789;
capt. 26 Feb. 1793 ; m. 13 Dec. 1806 Mary Hen-



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