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Debrett's Baronetage of England : with alphabetical lists of such baronetcies as have merged in the peerage, or have become extinct, and also of the existing baronets of Nova Scotia and Ireland ; edited online

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THE UNIVERSITY

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DEBRETT'S



BARONETAGE



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ENGLAND.



DEBRETT'S BARONETAGE

OF

ENGLAND;

AVITH ALPHABETICAL LISTS OF SUCH BARONETCIES AS HAVE MERGED IN
THE PEERAGE, OR HAVE BECOME EXTINCT.

AND ALSO OF

^'i)t existing IBaroncts of l^Fofcia Scotia antJ 3relanti.

SEVENTH edition:

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ADVERTISEMENT.

The long established reputation of Debrett's Baronetage, and the
extensive patronage it has been uniformly honoured with, render it unne-
cessary for the Proprietors, in offering the present Edition to the Public, to
say more than that the Editor, under whose superintendence the last Edition
of the Peerage was published, has taken equal pains as with that Work, and
spared neither time nor trouble in the endeavour to render the present
Edition as accurate as far as the nature of a Work involving so many
dates, and to be obtained from such a variety of sources, would permit ;
amongst other improvements, the correct dates of the patents have been
uniformly ascertained, and the Baronets placed in strict order of precedency.

The Proprietors have to return their grateful thanks to those Baronets
(too numerous to be individually mentioned) who were kind enough to
honour their circular letter of enquiries with an answer. They most re-
spectfully entreat a continuance of similar favours, for, though industry and
application may collect the history of past generations from other sources,
the present state of families can be furnished only by the existing members
of the families themselves.

On the subject of Communications, the Editor solicits most earnestly,
and will receive with the utmost thankfulness, any information (authenti-
cated by a signature) relative to the present state of the families which form
the subject of this work ; correct dates of births, marriages, and deaths ;
and, more especially, the Christian names of children. Where a communi-
cation may refer to the origin or earlier genealogy of a family, he will give
it his best attention ; but he must be allowed to compare it with such other
authorities on the same subject as he has access to, and finally to exercise his
own discretion as to using it or not.

*»* Address to the Editor, under cover to Messrs. Rivington, Waterloo
Place, or St. Paul's Church Yard ; or to any other of the Publishers.



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PREFACE.



The title of Baronet is an hereditary dignity, intermediate in rank between
the Peerage and Knighthood. The Order was founded by King James the
First in 1611, and owes its origin to the laudable anxiety of that monarch
for the settlement and civilization of Ireland. That country, during nearly
the whole reign of his predecessor, had been desolated by wars of the most
remorseless description ; the rebels, or nati%^e Irish, were at length com-
pletely subdued by Elizabeth, but so late in her reign that the task of civiliz-
ing the people she had conquered, of reconciling them to laws and industry,
of rendering their obedience durable, and their subjection useful to the
crown of England, devolved entirely on her successor. In this work, ac-
cording to Hume, King James proceeded by so steady, regular, and well
connected a plan, that in the short space of nine years he made more ad-
vances towards the reformation of that kingdom than had been made in the
four hundred and forty years which had elapsed since the conquest of it was
first attempted.

The province of Ulster had been particularly depopulated during the
wars, and its whole proprietorship vested in the crown by the attainder and
forfeiture of the rebels : for its settlement, English adventurers were en-
couraged to go over, grants of land were made to them, and to any English-
man who would undertake to maintain thirty soldiers there for three years,
at the rate of 8d. per day, and to remit the first year's pay into the English
Treasury, the degree of BARONET was held out as an honorary reward,
with a solemn undertaking on the part of the Sovereign that neither he nor
his successors would at any time in future institute a degree of hereditary
dignity that should intervene between the Baronets and the Peerage of the
realm. To mark more strongly the object of this Institution, every Baronet
was authorized to add in a canton or escocheon on the armorial bearings of
his family the arms of the province of Ulster, being " a sinister hand, coviped
at the wrist gules," or, as it has since been more familiarly termed, the
bloody JunuL

At the first institution of the Order, its numbers were limited to 200 ;
and its members carefully selected from the most wealthy and distinguished
families of landed gentry. In subsequent periods, although landed pro-
perty and interest has always been much regarded in these promotions,
many other considerations, arising out of the circumstances of the times
and the progress of society, have been allowed to direct the royal favour.
In the reign of the first Charles it was at once the stimulus and reward of
devoted loyalty ; by his son, it was often bestowed as an honorary recom-
pense for sufi^erings and attachment, on which he was unable or unwilling
to confer more solid remuneration. As the commerce of our country in-
creased, the wealthy and distinguished jMerchant learned to look forward to
it as the well earned meed of long continued and successful industry. In
the latter, we have seen it associated with all that was eminent in science,
respectable in wealth, or distinguished in public service, whether civil or
military ; the man who scorning, even in youth, the allurements of riches,
braved the dangers of every clime in the pursuit of science, and dedicated
his whole after-life to its promotion ; the profound and upright dispenser of
the Laws ; the Physician who arrested the pi-ogress, or soothed the pains

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iv PREFACE.

of disease ; the Philosopher who subjected to chains the element of fire ;
and the Poet whose genius has shed a lustre on the literature of his times,
will be found, associated with the Heroes of the Nile, of Trafalgar, and of
Waterloo, and with the statesmen Avhose exertions at home sustained and
directed the efforts of the warrior, and supplied the means of victory, in the
list of Baronets created by his late Majesty, and his Royal Father.

The rank and precedence of Baronets is immediately after the younger
sons of Barons, and before all Knights, whether of the Orders or Knights
Bachelors, except Knights of the Garter and Knights Bannerets created in
open war under the Royal Banner displayed, the King himself, or the
Prince of Wales being present. Commoners, however, who are of His
Majesty's Privy Council, the Chancellors of the Exchequer, and of the
Duchy of Lancaster, the Judges, the Master of the Rolls, and the Vice-
Chancellor take precedence of Baronets.

The eldest son of a Baronet, until 19 Dec. 1827, might, on coming of
age, claim the honour of Knighthood, by virtue of a clause in the Patent
of Creation, inserted therein in pursuance of a provision of letters patent,
granting, amongst other things, that privilege, which King James issued
about a twelvemonth after the foundation of the Order. His late Ma-
jesty, however, was pleased, by letters patent of the above-mentioned date,
to revoke and annul those of King James so far as the said privilege is con-
cerned, and to declare that in future no such covenant should be inserted.

Number of Baronets created since the foundation of the Order : —

By James 1 205

Charles 1 253

Charles II 426

James. II 20

Wilham III 37

Anne 29

George 1 41

George II. . . 49

George III 469

George IV ^ 55

William IV 38

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INDEX.



Date.

Abdt 1641

Abney-Hastings (late Hastings) 1806

Acland, of Columb John 1677-8

(Fuller-Palmer) 1818

Acton (now Dalberg-Acton 1643-4

Affleck 1782

Ainslie 1804

Alexander 1 809

Alleyne 1769

Amcotts (now Ingilby) 1796

Amyand (now Cornewall) 1764

Anderson, of Broughton 1660

, of Ferraoy 1813

Anson c 1831

Anstnither 1798

Antrobus 1815

Apreece 1782

Arbuthnot 1823

Armytage 1738

Ashburnham 1661

Astlev, of Hill Morton 1660

\ of Everley 1821

Aubrey 1660

Bacon, of Redgrave , 1611

, of Mildenhall 1627

Baillie (now Mackenzie) 1819

, of Polkemmet 1823

Baird 1809

Baker, of Loventor 1776

, of Richmond 1796

(late Littlehales) 1802

Ball 1801

Baring 1793

Barlow 1803

Barrett-Lennard 1801

Barrington 1831

Barrow (now Crawley-Boevy) 1 784

, of Ulverstone , « 1835

Bateman (now Scott) 1806

Bateson 1818

Bathurst-Hervey 1818

Bayley 1834

Baynes 1801

Bayntun-Sandys 1809

Beach (Hicks) 1619

Beauchamp. Proctor 1744-5

Beaumont 1660-1



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185


18


96


9


361


43


433


56


279


30


383


47


221


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420


53


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vi INDEX.

Date.

Becher ,.. 1831

Beckett 1813

Bedingfeld 1660-1

Beevor 1784

Bellingham 1 706

Beresford 1814

Bernard-Morland (late Bernard) 1769

Bernev 1620

Bidduiph 1664

Birch 1831

Bisshopp 1620

Blackett 1 673

Blackmail (now Harnage) 1821

Blackwood 1814

Blair (Hunter) 1786

Blake, of Langham 1 772

, of Twisel Castle 1774

Blakistou 1763

Blane 1812

Blennerhassett 1809

Blois 1686

Blomefield 1 807

Blount , 1642

Blunt 1720

Boevy (Crawley) 1784

Booth 1834

Boothby 1660

Borough 1813

Boswell ,. 1 821

Boughey-Fletcher (late Fletcher) 1798

Boughton (now Rouse-Boughton), of Lawford 1641

— ,of Rouse-Lench . . 1 791

Bowyer, of Denham Court 1660

, ofRadley 1794

(now Goring) 1 627

Boyd 1775

Boynton 1618

Brenton 1812

Bridges I7I8

Brisco 1782

Broadhead 1831

Brodie 1834

Broke 1813

Bromhead 1806

Bromley (late Smith) 1757

Brooke, of Norton 1662

, of Colebrooke 1822

(De Capell) 1803

Brooke-Pechell (late Pechell) 1797

Broughton 1 660- 1

Brownrigg 1816

Bruce, of Down Hill 1804

, of Dublin 1812

Brydges (Jones) 1807

, of Denton Court 1815

Buchan-^IIe])l)urn (late He])burn) 1815

Buckworth-IIerne-Soame (late Buckworth) 1097

Bulkdey (Williams) 1661

BuUer (now Yarde-Buller) 1790



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2


136


12


417


53


373


46


238


25


193


19


201


20


184


18


357


43


347


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145


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335


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69


6


162


15


227


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89


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366


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407


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281


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84 1


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INDEX. - vii

Date.

Bunbury 1681

Burdett, of Bramcote 1618-9

, of Burthwaite 16G5

Burges (now Lamb) . t 1795

Burgo\Tie 1641

Burnaby 1767

Burrard (now Neale) 1769

, of Lymington 1807

Burrell (heretofore Raymond) 1774

Buxton 1800

Call 1791

Calvert (now Verney) 1818

Cameron 1817

CampbeU, of Succoth 1808

(colonel) 1815

(now Cockburn-Campbell) 1821

, of New Brunswick. 1831

, of Carrick Buoy 1831

, of Barcaldine 1831

Carew • . 1661

Carmichael-Smyth 1 821

Cave 1641

Cayley 1661

Chad 1791

Chamberlain 1828

Champneys (now Mostyn-Champneys) 1 767

Chatterton 1801

Chaytor r 1831

Chetwode 1700

Chetwynd 1795

Chichester, of Raleigh 1641

, of Greencastle 1821

Cholraeley 1806

Clarke, of Salford 1617

, of Ireland 1804

, of Dunham Lodge 1831

Clarke-Jervoise 1813

Clavering • • • • • 1 601

Clayton, of INIorden 1731-2

, of Adlington 1774

Clerke 1660

Clifford (now Constable) 1815

Clifton 1611

Cockburn-Campbell (late Campbell) 1821

Cockerell 1809

Codrington 1721

Coffin 1804

Coghill 1778

Colebrooke 1759

Colleton 1660-1

Colquhoun 1 786

Colt 1693-4

Congreve 1812

Constable (late Clifford) 1815

Cooke 1661

Cooper 1 82 1

Coote 1774

Cope 1611



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26


393


49


390


48


335


39


379


46


405


51


434


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438


57


442


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112


10


413


52


49


5


106


9


251


27


430


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188


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292


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152


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viii INDEX.

Date.

Copley 1778

Corbet 1808

Cornewall (late Amyand) 1764

Cotterell 1805

Cotton 1641

Cotton-Sheppard 1809

Cradock-Hartopp (late Hartopp) 1796

Craig (Gibson) 1 831

Craufurd 1781

Crawley-Boevy (heretofore Barrow) 1784

Crewe (late Harpur) 1626

Croft, of Croft Castle 1671

, of Cowling Hall 1818

Crofton 1 801

CuUum 1660

Cumming-Gordon 1 804

Cunliffe 1759

Curtis, of Gatcombe 1 794

, of Cullands Grove 1802

Cuyler 1814

Dalberg-Acton (late Acton) 1643-4

Pallas 1798

Bailing 1783

Dalrymple, of High Mark 1815

Dalrymple-Hay (late Hay) 1798

Dalrvmple-Horn-Elphinstone 1828

Darell 1795

Dashwood, of Northbrooke 1 684

Dash wood (now Dashwood-King) 1707

Davie 1641

De Bathe 1801

De Capell-Brooke 1803

De Crespignv 1 805

Denvs '. 1813

Dering 1626

Dickson 1802

Dillon 1 80 1

Dixie 1660

Dodsworth (late Smith) 1784

Dolben 1 704

Domvile (Pocklington) 1815

Domville 1814

Douglas, of Carr 1777

, of Glenbervie 1831

(now Scott-Douglas) 1786

Doyle 1828

D'Oyley (now D'Oyly) 16G3

Drake (Fuller-Eliott) 1821

Drummond (late Forbes-Drummond) t, 1828

Dryden 1795

Duckett (late Jackson) 1791

Duckworth 1813

Duff (now Duff-Gordon) 1813

Dukintield 1G(J5

Dunbar 1814

Dundas, of Richmond 1815

, of Beechwood 1821

Duntze.... 1774



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215


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227


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34


3


133


12


399


50


296


33


81


7


309


35


179


17


257


27


302


34


375


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73


7


280


30


224


23


375


46


278


30


424


54


262


28


144


13


156


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62


6


296


33


303


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320


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369


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35


4


299


33


291


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8


228


24


154


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380


47


372


45


209


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428


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INDEX. IX

Date.

Durrant 1784

Dyer 1678

Dyke 1 676-7

Eardley-AVilmot 1821

East 1823

Eden (Johnson) 1672

, of Maryland 1776

Edmonstone 1774

Edwardes 1678

Egerton (Grey) 1617

Egleton-Kent (late Kent) 1782

Elford 1800

Elphinstone, of Ore Place 1816

(DalrjTuple-Horn) 1828

Elton 1717

Erskine, of Torrie 1791

, of Cambo 1821

Evelyn 1713

Every 1641

Fagg 1660

Farmer 1780

Farnaby 1726

Farquhar, of London. 1796

(Townshend) 1821

Farrington • 1818

Ferguson 1 801

Fetherstonhaugh <■ • 1747

Fettes 1804

Filmer 1674

Fitzgerald (Judkin) 1801

, of Newmarket-on-Fergiis, Ireland 1 822

Fitzherbert 1784

Fitz-Wvgram (late Wigram) 1805

Fleming 1705

Fletcher, of Clea Hall 1782

, of Carrow 1812

(now Boughey-Fletcher) 1 798

Fletcher- Vane 1786

Flower 1809

Floyd 1816

Fludyer 1759

Folkes 1774

Forbes 1823

Forbes-Dnimmond (now Drummond) 1 828

Ford : 1793

Foster.. 1831

Foulis 1619

Fowke 1814

Fowle-Middleton (late Middleton) 1804

Frankland 1660

Eraser 1 806

Frederick 1723

Freeling 1828

Fremantle 1821

Fuller-Eliott-Drake 1821

Fuller. Palmer-Acland (late Palmer- Acland) 1818

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222


23


283


31


389


48


424


54


160


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246


26


413


52


158


15


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5


97


9


214


22


164


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270


29


410


52


392


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298


33


173


16


313


35


137


12


294


32


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53


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319


36


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22


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281


30


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25


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389


48


181


17


202


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X INDEX.

Date.

Gage 1662

Gallwey (Payne) 1812

Gamon (now Grace) 1795

Garhett-Walsham 1 831

Gardiner ( Whalley-Smythe) 1783

Geary 1782

George 1809

Gerard 1611

Gibbes 1774

Gibbons 1752

Gibson-Craig 1 831

Glyn, of London 1 759

, of Gaunts 1800

Glvnne 1661

Go'och ] 746

Goodricke 1641

(Holyoake) 1835

Goold 1801

Gordon (Gumming) 1804

(Duff).. 1813

, of Niton 1818

Goring (formerly Bowyer) 1 627

Gould-Morgan , 1792

Grace (heretofore Gamon) 1795

Graham, of Esk 1629

, of Norton Conyers 1662

, of Netherby 1783

, of Kirkstall 1808

Greenhill-Russell 1 831

Gresley 1611

Grey 1814

Grey-Egerton (late Egerton) . 1617

Griffies-Williams, of Llwyny. Wormwood 1815

Guise 1783

Gunning 1778

Haggerston 1643

Halford 1809

Hamilton, of Marlborough House 1776

, of Woodbrook 1815

, of Trebinshum 1819

Hamlyn (now Williams) 1795

Hammick 1834

Hamond 1783

Hampson 1 642

Hanham 1667

Hanmer 1774

Hardinge 1801

Hardy 1806

Hare 1818

Harington 1611

Harland 1771

Harnage (late Blackman) 1 821

Harpur (now Crewe) 1626

Hartopp (now Cradock-Hartopp) 1796

Hartwell 1805

Harty 1831

Hastings (now Abney-Hastings) ^ 1 806

Hawkins, of Kelstou 1778



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180


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282


31


109


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172


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60


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295


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309


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253


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261


28


47


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119


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224


23


339


40


436


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9


1


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45


16


2


381


47


225


23


213


22


71


6


349


41


206


21


376


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401


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268


29


448


58


226


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72


7


131


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INDEX. xi

Date.

Hawkins-Whitshed 1834

Hawlev 1795

Hay (Dalrymple) 1798

Hay^ 1797

Hazlerigg (late Hesilrigge) 1622

Head 1676

Heathcote, of London 1732-3

, of Hursley 1733

Henniker 1813

Hepburn (now Buchan-Hepburn) 1815

Heron 1778

Hervey (Bathurst) 1818

Hesilrigge (now Hazlerigg) 1622

Hesketh 1761

Hewett 1813

Hevgate 1831

Hicks-Beach (late Hicks) 1619

Hill 1726-7

HiUarv 1805

Hippisley 1796

Hislop 1813

Hoare 1786

Hobhouse 1812

Hoghton 1611

Holvoake-Goodricke i . i 1835

Homan 1801

Home 1813

Hon^nnan 1 804

Honywood 1660

Hood 1809

Hort 1767

Horton (Wilraot) 1772

Hoskvns 1 676

Hoste 1814

Hudson, of IMelton-Mowbray 1660

■ ■ (now Palmer) 1791

Hughes 1773

Hulse 1738-9

Humble 1831

Hume 1 769

Hunloke 1642

Hunter 1812

Hunter-Blair I786

Ibbetson 1748

Ingilby, of Ripley 1781

(late Amcotts) 1796

IngHs 1801

Irv'ing ..., 1809

Isham 1627

Jackson (now Duckett) 1791

Jackson, of Ireland 1813

, of Arsley 1815

James, of Langley Hall 1791

, of Dublin 1823

Jephson 1815

Jervoise (Clarke) 1813

Jodrell (heretofoi-e Lombe). 1784



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16


168


16


365


44


377


46


209


21


394


49


32


3


183


17


366


44


444


58


20


2


165


15


321


37


272


29


362


43


237


25


355


42


3


1


450


59


295


33


359


43


309


34


92


•3


342


40


188


18


194


19


139


13


374


46


88


8


250


26


197


20


170


16


439


57


190


19


70


6


355


42


238


25


174


16


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288


32


345


40


37


4


248


26


361


43


380


47


245


26


420


53


386


48


367


44


229


24



xii INDEX.

Bate. Page. PL

Johnson-Eden (late Eden) 1G72 135 12

Johnson, of New-York 1755 176 17

, of Bath 1818 392 - 49

Johnstone (Vanden-Bempde) 1795 267 29

Jolliffe 1821 409 52

Jones (now Jones-Brydges) 1807 333 39

, of Stanley Hall 1808 336 39

, of Cranraer Hall 1831 436 56

Judkin-Fitzgerald 1801 294 32

Kay (late Watson) 1803 307 34

Kaye (Lister) 1812 358 43

Keane 1801 292 32

Kellet 1801 294 33

Kemp 1641 64 6

Kennaway 1791 244 26

Kent (now Egleton-Kent) 1782 222 23

Kerrison 1821 405 51

Key 1831 432 56

King (Dashwood) 1707 156 14

1792 252 27

, of Charles Town 1815 387 48

, ofCorrard 1821 418 53

Knatchbull 1641 58 5

Knightley 1798 277 30

Knighton 1813 359 43

Knowles 1765 186 18

Kynaston (late Powell) 1818 394 49

Lacon 1818 397 49

Lade 1758 178 17

Laffan 1828 431 55

Laforey 1789 239 25

Lake 1711 157 15

Lamb (late Burges) 1795 269 29

Lambert 1710-1 157 14

Langham 1660 80 7

Lawley 1641 61 6

Lawson c 1831 438 57

Lechmere 1818 396 49

Leeds 1812 358 43

Lees 1804 317 36

Legard 1660 99 9

Leigh, of South Carolina , 1773 196 19

,ofWhitley 1815 382 47

Leighton 1692-3 149 14

Leith 1775 206 21

Lemon 1774 201 20

Lennard (Barrett) 1801 290 32

LesHe (lato Pepys) 1784 230 24

Lethbridge 1804 314 35

Lister-Kaye 1812 358 43

Littlehales (now Baker) 1802 299 33

Lloyd, of Lancing 1831 439 57

Loc'khart 1806 328 38

Lombe (now Jodrell) 1784 229 24

Lopes 1«05 320 36

Lorraine 1GG4 123 1 1

Louis 1806 326 37



INDEX. xiii

Date.

Lowther 1824

Lubbock 1806

Lushington 1791

Macdonald 1813

M'Gregor (Murray) 1795

Macgregor 1 828

M'Grigor 1831

M'Kenney 1831

Mackenzie ( ]Muir) 1 805

(late Baillie) 1819

Mackworth 1770

M'Mahon, of Dublin 1815

(major-general) 1817

Mahon 1819

Mainwaring 1 804

Maitland 1818

Malet < 1791

Manners (now Talmash) 1793

Mansel 1621-:

Marjoribanks 1815

Martin, of Long Melford 16G7

, of Lockynge 1791

MaxweU o 1 804

Medhcott 1 808

Metcalfe 1802

Meux 1831

Middleton (now Monck) 16G2

(now Noel) 1781

(now Fowle-Middleton) 1 804

Milbanke 1661

Mildmay (St. John) 1772

Mill 161 9

Miller, of Chichester 1705

, of Glenlee 1788

Milman 1800

Milner 1716

Milnes 1801

Molesworth 1689

Monck (late Middleton) 1662

IMontgomery, of Stanhope 1801

, of the Hall , , . 1808

Mordaunt 1611

Morgan (Gould) 1792

Morland (Bernard) 1769

Morris 1808

Morshead . . 1784

Mosley 1781

Mostyn, of Talacre 1 670

Most\Ti-Champneys (late Champneys) 1767

Muir-Mackenzie 1805

Munro 1825

Murray-M'Gregor (late Murray) 1795

Musgrave 1611

Nagle 1813

Neale (late Burrard) 1769

Neave , 1 795

Nelthorpe 1666



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