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his lifetime and by his will,) rf. 13 Oct. 1738.

5. Henry, m. Gertrude, da. of sir John
Laurence, knt. lord mayor of London , relict of
Richard Peacock, esq., by whom he had issue.

6. Samuel, d. unm., 24 July 1656'.

7. Matthew, barrister-at-law.

8. Anne, m. sir Francis Pemberton, knt.,
lord chief justice of the King's Bench.

9. Elizabeth, m. Richard Osborn, esq.,

Sir Jeremy d. 22 June 1G77. and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir PAUL, b. 5 March 1643, m. Jane,
da. and co-h. of sir Nicholas Gould, bart.,
by whom ( who d. 1698) he had four sons,
and five das., of whom only one son and
two das. survived him,

1. Sir Francis, 3d bart.

2. Jane, m. John Tregagle, esq.

3. Anna-Maria, m. Ca,\sar Adamson, esq.
•Sir Paul d. Dec. 1721 , and was succeeded by
his only surviving son,

III. Sir FRANCIS, b. 4 Sept. 16.02, m., 1st,
Mary, only da. of Joseph Banks, of Reves-
by Abbey, co. Lincoln, esc}., (ancestor of the
righthon.sir Joseph Banks, bart., and K.B.,)
by whom (who d. 19 Sept. 1726) he had no
issue. Sir Francis )«.,2dly, Feb. 1737j Frances,
relict of sir Neville Hickman, bart., and da.
of Edward Hall, es(i. by whom (who d. 22
July 1772) he had,

1. Sir Christopher, 4th bart.

2. Francis, b. Aug. 1739, and d, Oct. 1784.

Sir Francis d. 22 Oct. 1775, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IV. Sir CHRISTOPHER, 6. Feb. 1738,
m. Jane, da. of Thomas Whichcote of Harps-
well, CO. Lincoln, esq., and by her (who d.
30 Jan. 1812) had issue,

1. Frances, b. 21 Oct. 1761, m., 1703, Wil-
liam Manners, esq., and d. 23 Aug. 1794.

2. Sir Thomas, 5th bart.

3. Jane, b. 27 April 1764, and d. 1773.

4. Francis, b. 14 June 1765, and d. 1766.
Sir Christopher d. 9 March 1786, and was
succeeded by his son,

V. Sir THOMAS, b. 5 March 1763, m., 24
June 1785, Diana, da. of Edmund Tumor,
of Panton, co. Lincoln, esq., and'by her (who
d. 4 Feb. 1826) had issue,

1. Diana, 6. 7 May 1786, w., 1st, 11 April
1810, Herman Gerard Hilbers, esq. ; and,
2dly, 24 Feb. 1829, George Hambleton, of
Wallingford, Bucks, esq.

2. Sir Thomas, 6th bart.

3. Harriett, b. 26 Sept. 1788, m., 28
Nov. 1!;07, James Attv, of Whitby, co. York,
esq., and d. 30 May 1810.

4. Henry, b. 21 Jan. 1790, d. an infant.

5. Caroline, b. 15 April 1791, m., 4 May
1814, Francis Willes, esq.

6. Benjamin, major in the army, b. 19
May 1792.

7. Francis, in holy orders, b. 3 June
1793, m., 4 Nov. 1826, Eliza, only da. of
Robert Bree, M.D.

8. George, b. 21 Dec. 1794.

9. Catharine, b. 15 May 1706, m., 19
Sejit. 1816, the i-ev. John Hanmcr, M.A. son
of sir Thomas Hanmcr, bart.

10. 11. Charles and Robert, both d. in-

12. Louisa, b. 5 June 1803, m., 30 April
1829, rev. C. C. Wheet.

13. Rev. Christopher, in holy orders, 6.
6 Feb. 180(i, m., 1832, Harriet, da. of T.
Tryon, of Bulwick, co. Northampton, esq.

Sir Thomas d. 22 Scjit. 1828, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

VI. Sir THOMAS, b. 10 Aug. 1787, w.,
9 April 1812, lady Soithia Sherard, da. of
Philij), 5ih earl of Harborough, and by her
had issue,

1. Sir Thomas, present bart.

2. George, b. 31 May I8I7.

3. Sophia, b. 20 Aug. 1815.



Sir Thomas d. 23 Aug. 1829, and was suc-
ceeded bv his eldest son,

VII. Sir THOMAS, present bart.

Anns — See Plate /• Ermine, two boars,
passant, gules, langued, azure, the tusks and

bristles, or.

Crest — A boar's head, erased, and erect,
gules, langued, azure, armed, or.

Motto — Ju.sti' et droit.

Seat — Aswarby, co. Lincoln.

PALMER, of Carlton-, co. Northampton.

7 June 1660.

Sir WILLIAM-HENRY PALMER, Baronet, horn 11 April 1775;
succeeded his nephew, sir Thomas, April 1817 ; married^ 3 May 1808,

Marv-Grace Watson, da. of Thomas, 2d lord Sondes, and has issue, 1.

GEOFFREY, b. 9 June 1809 ; 2. Lewis-Henry, b. 16 May 1818 ;

— — 3. George-John, b. 10 Sept. 1823; 4. Arthur-Watsox, b.

28 Aug. 1825; 5. Richard-Thomas, b. 15 April 1827; 6.

Francis, b. 15 July 1828; 7- Grace, b. 5 Nov. 1810; 8. Char-
lotte, b. 6 Sept. 1812 ; 9. Theodosia-Mary, b. 18 Dec. 1814.

William Palmer, esq., living 1408, a
person very eminent in the law, having be-
come possessed of one moiety of Carleton,
CO. Northampton, by the marriage of Amy,
da. and sole h. of Nicholas Ward, esq., ac-
quired the other moiety by purchase, and it
became the seat of his descendants ; the 7th
of whom, in the direct male line, was

I. Sir GEOFFREY, the 1st bart., b. 1598,
was a manager against the earl of Strafford,
but lost his credit and interest with his party,
and never recovered it, for using a decency
and modesty in his carriage and langviage
towards the earl. He was much esteemed in
the house of commons; and in the debate
about the Remonstrance, his speech not
being agreeable to the prevailing party in the
house, he was committed to the Tower, but
was in a few days enlai-a;ed, and returned
again to the house: he did the king great
service, and was one of the commissioners
at the treaty of Uxbridge. He was after-
wards attorney-general to king Charles II. ;
m. Margaret, da. of sir Francis Moore, knt.,
serjeant-at-law, and had issue by her, (who
rf. 16 May 1655,)

1. Thomas, rf. young.

2. Sir Lewis, 2d bart.

3. Geoffrey, rf. toim.

4. Edward, m. Alice, da. and h. of Ed-
mund Pitt, esq., by whom he had no issue;
she sur\iving him, was re-m. to sir James
Rushout, bart.

5. Elizabeth, m. Edward Palmer, esq.

6. Frances, m. John, son and heir ap-
parent of sir Erasmus de la Fountaine, knt.

Sir Geoffrey rf. 5 May 16/0, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

II. Sir'LEWIS, to. Jane, da. and co-h. of
Robert Palmer, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Geoffrey, od bart.

2. Robert, m. Hester, da. of sir Francis
Lawley, bart., and rf. 1724, leaving

1. Sir Thomas, -1th bart.

2. Lewis, rector of Carlton.

3. Richard, one of the six clerks in Chan-

4. Elizabeth, who rf. 1729, iinm.

3. Margaret, m. Talmash Duke, esq.

4. Eleanor; 5. Elizabeth; 6. Jane.

III. Sir GEOFFREY, son and h. of sir
Lewis, m. Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Thomas
Grantham, esq., by Frances, da. and co-h. of
sir George Wentworth, knt, ; but rf. 29 Dec.
1732, without issue, was succeeded by his

IV. Sir THOMAS, eldest son of Robert,
m. Jemima, eldest da. of sir John Harper,
bart., by Catharine, da. and co-h. of Thi -
mas, lord Crew, by whom (who rf. 6 Feb.
1768) he had,

1. Thomas, rf. in his father's lifetime wnw.

2. Sir John, 5th bart.

3. Catharine.

4. Elizabeth-Jbmina, w. GeorgeMedley,
of Buxted, CO. Sussex, esq., June 1757, but "rf.
soon afterwards.

Sir Thomas rf. 14 June 1765, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

V. Sir JOHN, »?., 25 June 1768, Charlotte,
da. of sir Henry Gough, of Egbaston, co.
Warwick, bait., and by her (who rf. 8 Aug.
17ti3) had issue,

1. John-Edward, rf, young.

2. Thomas, h. 1771, rf. June 1810, having
m., Dec. 1708, Sophia, 3d da. of sir Justinian
Isham, of Lamport, co. Northampton, bart.,
and had issue,

1. Sir Thomas, 6th bart.

2. Caroline-Sophia, m., 21 July 1827,
Robert-Henry Close, esq.

3. Geoffrey, rf. 1780.

4. Sir William-Henry, present bart.

5. Charlotte, rf.

6. Edward, rf. young.

7. Henry, in holy orders, M.A., 6.4 Jan.
1780, m., 27 June 1816, Elizabeth, da. of the
rev. Samuel Heyrick, rector of Bramjiton by
Dingley, co. Northampton, and has issue,

1. Edward- John, b. 14 Aug. I8I7.

2. Henrv-William, b. 11 Feb. 1820.

3. Frede'rick, h. 15 July 1825.

4. Robert-Hevrick, b. 23 Aug. 1828.

5. Charles-Sainuel, b. 29 May 1830.

6. Thomas, b. 8 Dee. 1832.

7. Barbara-Catharine, b. 22 Dec. 1818.

8. Elizabeth-Sophia, b. 7 March 1823.

9. Mary-Jemina, h. 15 April 1827.

10. Hester- Anne, b. 28-July 1831.

8. Barbara-Catharine, b. 1781, rf. 4
Aug. 1811.

Sir Johnrf. 11 Feb. 1817, and was succeeded
by his grandson,

VI. Sir THOMAS, who rf. imm. April
I8I7, was succeeded bv his uncle,

VII. SirWILLIAM-HEXRY,present bart.

Anns — See Plate 7- Sable, a chevrcn,
or, between three crescents, argent.

Crest — A wyvem, or, armed and lang"; ed

Motto — Par sit forttwa laboHs,

Seat— At Carlton, co. Northampton



LANGHAM, of Cottesbrooke, co. Northampton.

7 June IGGO.

Sir JAMES-HAY LANGHAM, Baronet, horn 13 Nov. 1802 ; suc-
ceeded his father, sir James, 14 April 1833; married, 10 June 1828, Mar-
garet-Emma, eldest da. of George, lord Kenyon, (who d. without issue 3
Feb. 1829.)

This family is descended from William,
son of Henry de Langftam, who held land in
Langham, in Rutlandshire, 10 Edw. I.
The 14th in lineal descent from him was,
I, Sir JOHN, 1st hart. He was knighted
by king Charles 11. at the Hague, (with
James his eldest son,) being one of those
principal citizens, deputed by the city of
London to wait on his majesty in Holland.
He largely contributed towards the support
of the royal family during their exile. He
was sheriff of London in 1(542, and member
of parliament for the said city in 1654, and
for Southwark in KiGO. He was one of those
aldermen sent to the Tower with sir John
Gayer, knt., lord mayor of London, in
1(J47 ; and again in 1648, with sir Abraham
Reynardson, knt., mayor, Thomas Adams,
and James Bunce, esqs., aldermen, for re-
fusing to publish an act, entitled, " an act
for the e.rheredation of the tvyal line, the abo-
lishment of monarchy in the kingdoon, and the
setting up of a Comnwnwealth." He was b.
at Northampton in 1584, and m. Mary, da.
of James, and sister of sir James Bunce,
knt., by whom he had many children ; those
who survived him were,

1. Sir James, 2d bart.

2. Sir William, 3d bart.

.3. Sir Stephen, of Quintin, co. North-
ampton, knighted 18 March 1671, ni. Mary,
da. of Derick Host, esq., and d. 1 Sept. 17'>9,
having had two sons, who d. without issue,
and a da., Mary, m., 1st, Thomas, eldest
son of Sir Thomas Style, bart. ; and 2dly,
sir Thomas Middleton, knt.

4. Elizabeth, m. sir Philip Boteler, K.B.

5. Anne, m. sir Martin Lumley, bart.

6. Rebecca, m. sir Thomas Lake, of
Cannons, in Middlesex, knt., and had an
only da., Mary, m. James, 1st duke of

7. Sarah, m, sir Thomas Hussey, bart.
Sir John rf. in 1671, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

H. Sir JAMES, m., 1st, Mary, da. and
co-h. of sir Edward Alston, knt., and by her
had sons, who d. young, and a da.,

Mary, m. Henry, earl of Warrington.
He m., 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of Ferdinando,
earl of Huntingdon ; 3dly, Penelope, da. of
John, earl of Clare; and 4thly, Dorothy,

da. of Pomeroy, He rf. without issue

male in 1699, and was succeeded by his bro-

IH. Sir WILLIAM, m., 1st, Elizabeth,
da. of Anthony Haselwood, knt., by whom
he had no issue; and 2dly, Alice, da. of sir
George Chudleigh, bart., and by her he had
no male issue; and 3dly, Martha, da. of
Herbert Hay, esq., (by Frances, da. of John
Culpei)per, esq.,) and by her was father of

IV. Sir JOHN, m., 1st, Elizabeth, eldest
da. of sir Thomas Samwell, bart., by whom
he had issue,

1. Sir James.

2. Sir John, successive barts.

.3. William, m. Mary, da. of Anthony
Drought, merchant, and by her (who d, 21
Oct. 1773) had issue,

1. Sir James, 7th bart.

2. Sir William, m., Aug. 1767, Elizabeth,
da., and sole h. of William Jones, of Rams-

bury Manor, co. Wilts, esq. ; took the name
and arms of Jones, and was created a.bart.,
3 May 1774, but rf. without issue, 1791,
when his title became extinct.

4. Stephen, m., 1739, Mary, da. of sir
Thomas Samwell, bart., and had issue four

I. Millicent; 2. Maria,
3. Frances; 4. Phillis.

5. Herbert, m. Esther, da. of the rev.
dr. West, and had issue,

1. Richard; 2. Esther.

6. Thomas-Samwell, rf. imm.

7. Frances; 8. Elizabeth, both rf. Mwm.
9. Mary; 1(». Martha, both rf. umn.

Sir John m., 2dly, Maria, eldest da. of sir
Richard Temple, K.B., (father of viscount
Cobham, and widow of the rev. dr. West,)
by whom he had issue,

11. Richard; 12. Arthur; 13. Henry,
all rf. iinm.

14. Pltrbeck, m. Elizabeth, eldest da. of
Henry Lawton, esq., and sister of Jane,
wife of Spencer, 8th earl of Northampton,
and had issue,

1. John ; 2. Elizabeth.
3. Jane; 4. Purbecca.

15. Anne, m. Richard Dayrell, esq.

Sir John rf. May 1747, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

V. Sir JAMES, who rf. in Aug. 1749, with-
out issue, and was succeeded by his next

VI. Sir JOHN, who also rf. without issue,
Sept. 1766, and was succeeded by his ne-

VII. Sir JAMES, eldest son of William,
3d son of the 4th bart., b. 31 Jan. 1736, re-
presented CO. Northampton, in the parlia-
ment of 1784, but declined that honour in
1790, on account of his health ; m., 2 June
1767. Juliana, sister and sole heir of Tho-
mas Musgrave, of Old Cleeve, co. Somerset,
esq., and by her (who d. 21 March 1810) had

1. Juliana, 6. 27 April 1768, rf. 10 June 1787.

2. Richard-Newman, b. 13 March 1769,
rf. 10 Dec. 1777.

3. Sir William, 8th bart.

4. Marianne, b. 22 Oct. 1772, d. unm. 29
Jan. 181)9.

5. Charlotte, h, Aug. 1774, m. capt. P.
Rider Minster, R.N., and rf. in May 1805.

6. Sir James, 10th bart.

Sir James rf. 7 Feb. 1795, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

VIII. Sir WILLIAM, b. 10 Feb. 1771, rn.,
1st, 20 Aug. 1795, Henrietta-Elizabeth-Fre-
derica, sole da. and h. of the hon. Charles
Vane, of Mount Ida, co. Norfolk, son of
viscount Barnaid, and brother of the 1st
earl of Darlington, and by her (who rf. 11
Nov. 1809, aged 29) had issue,

1. Sir William-Henry, 9th bart.

2. Henrietta, b. 21 Dec. 1797, w.,3Nov.
18(»7. Edward-Ayshford Sanford, of Nyne-
head Court, co. Somerset, esq.

3. Anna-Maria, b. 3 Feb. 1791, rf. young.

4. James, 6. 25 March 179f), rf. young.

5. Charlotte, b. 30 July 1804, rf. unm.
28 Julv 1821.

Sir William m., 2dly, 19 May 1810, Au-
gusta-Priscilla, only da. of the hon. William-



Henry Irby, brother of Frederick, lord
Boston, Sir William d. 8 March 1812, and
was succeeded by his only surviving son,

IX. Sir WILLIAM - HENRY, who d.
unm. at Penzance, co. Cornwall, where he
went for the recovery of his health, 12 May
1812, set. 16. He was succeeded by his

X. Sir JAMES, b. 21 Aug. 177(>, m., 26
May 18(M), Elizabeth, da. of Francis Burdett,
esq., sister of sir Francis Burdett, bart., and
had issue,

1. Eliza-Juliana, h. 30 April 1801,

2. Sir James-Hay, present bart.
a Herbkrt, h. 12 June 1804.

4. Frederick, b. i) Sept. 1805, d. an in-

.5. Frederick-Musgrave, b. 2 March
1807, d. [) March 18:32.

6. Henry-Burdett, b. 1 July 1810.

7. Willtam-Samwell, h. 3 Sept. 1810.

8. Marianne, b. 1 Sept. 1813, d. unm. 18
May 1832.

S). A Da., (not baptized,) b. 18 Dec. 1816, d.
soon after.

10. Henrietta, h. 25 Oct. 1818.

11. Richard-Newman, 6. 5 June 1821,
d. Oct. following.

Sir James d. 14 April 1833, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

XI. Sir JAMES-HAY, present bart.

Anns — See Plate 7- Argent, three bears'
heads, erased, sabled, muzzled, or, two and

Crest — A bear's head, erased, as in tlie

Motto — Nee sinit esseferos.

Seats — At Glyndboum, co. Sussex, and Cot-
tesbrooke and Walgrave, co. Northampton.

CULLUM, of Hawstead, and Hardwick House, co. Suffolk.

18 June 1660.

Sir THOMAS-GERY CULLUM, Baronet, in holy orders, rector of
Knoddeshall, co. Suffolk; born Oct. 1777; succeeded his father, sir Tho-
mas-Gery, Sept. 1831; married, 27 Aug. 1805, Mary -Ann, only child of
Henry Eggers, of Woodford, co. Essex, esq., by whom (who d. 29 Jan.

1830) he had issue, 1. Susanna-Arethusa, h. 11 Jan. 1814, rn., 23

Feb. 1832, Thomas Gibson, of Theberton, co. Suffolk, esq. Sir Thomas
m., 2dly, 30 April 1832, miss Lloyd, of Kingston, co. Dublin.

This family was seated at Thomdon, co.
Suffolk, at least as early as the 15th century,
as appears by the will of Walter Cidlum,
proved 4 Oct. 1454, now extant in the arch-
deacon of Sudbury's office, at Bury St. Ed-

I. Sir THOMAS, alderman of London,
and sheriff thereof in 1647, son of John, and
grandson of John CuUum, of Stanhill, co.
Suffolk, was created a bart. as above. He
m., 1623, Mary, the 2d of the four das. and
co-heiresses of Nicholas Crispe, of London,
merchant, and first cousin of sir Nicholas
Crispe, knt., the celebrated loyalist, by
whom (who d. in 1637) he had issue,

1. Sir Thomas, 2d bart.

2. John, m. Anna, da. of Thomas Law-
rence, esq., whorf. March 1686, and had issue,

1. Thomas, d. 1717; m., 1st, Curtis, da.
of Henry Hawley,esq., by whom he had
Anne, who d. utim. 17-32; and 2dly, Sa-
vilia, da. of colonel Strode, governor of
Dover Castle, by whom he had two das.,
who both d. unm. in 1737.

2. John, who had five das., Mai-y, m.
John Sherbrook, and d. 1681 ; Anna, m.
Abraham Forster, esq. ; Deborah, m.
Claude Hays; Elizabeth, and Rebecea,
both d. young.

3. Lawrence.

4. Sir Jasper, 4th bart.

5. Stephen.

3. Rebecca, m. Job Throckmorton.

4. Mary, d. unm. 1749.

Sir Thomas d. 6 April 1664, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir THOMAS, w. Dudley, 3d da. of
sir Henry North, of Mililen Hall, co. Suf-
folk, bart., by whom he had issue,

1. Sir Dudley, 3d bart.

2. Thomas, d. unm. 17<>0.

.3. Mary, m., 1st, Henry North, of Ben-
acre, CO. Suffolk, esq. ; and 2dly, Bc-

dingfield, esq.

4. Elizabeth, m. the rev. mr. Boyse.

Sir Thomas d. 1680, and was succeeded by
his son,

III. Sir DUDLEY, m., 1st, Anne, da, of
John, 1st lord Berkeley, of vStratton, who d.
1709, without issue ; and 2dly, Anne, da. of

Weekes, esq., of Suffolk; but d. in

1720, without issue, the title and estate de-
volved upon his 1st cousin,

IV. Sir JASPER, son of John, 2d son of
sir Thomas, 1st bart., m. Anne, da. of Wil-
liam Wyatt, of Buselden, co. Hants, esq.,
who d. Feb. 1736, by whom he had a son,

Sir John, 5th bart.
Sir Jasper d. 4 Nov. 1754, and was succeede<l
by his only son,

V. Sir JOHN, m., 1st, 1728, Jane, da. and
h. of Thomas Deane, of Freefolk, Hants,
by whom (who d. 17.'i<i) he had an only da.,

Jane, d. in her infancy.
He m., 2dly, 30 Nov. 1731, Susanna, one of
the three co-heiresses of sir Thomas Gcry,
knt., one of the masters in Chancery, (by
Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Benn'et, an
eminent bookseller in London, and da. of
James, 2d son of sir John Wittewronge, of
Rothamstead, co. Herts, bart.,) by whom
he had issue,

I. Mary ; 2. Anne ; 3. Jasper.

4. Henry; 5. Francis - Jacob, all d.
young and unm.

6. Sir John, his successor.

7. Thomas-Gery, 7th bart.

8. James, prebendary of Lincoln, and
rector of Nacton, and vicar of Great Thur-
low, in Suffolk, b. Nov. 1754, m., 1786, Anne,
da. and one of the co-hh. of Anthony Bla-
grave, esq., of Calcot, co. Berks, by whom
he had two das.

9. Susanna, b. April 1737, m., 7 Nov.
1775, Ashley Palmer, esq., of Bury St. Ed-
munds, who d, s.p. May 1792, and she Sept.

10. Isabella, d. umn. 28 March 1806.

II. Jane, b. INIarch 1754, m. Henry Ver-
non, esq., of Great Thurlow, Suffolk, (elder




brother of Francis, earl of Shipbrook,) and
d. his widow, 22 Oct. 182(J, aged 83.

12. Mary, b. Marcli 1749, m. Abraham
Jenkin, of Long Sutton, co. Lincohi.

Sir John d. IG Jan. 1774, and was succeed-
ed by his son,

VI. The rev. sir JOHN, M.A., rector of
Hawstead and Great Thurlow, F.R.S. and
F.S.A., b. 21 June 1733; m., 1766, Peggy, da.
of Daniel Bisson, of Westham, co. Essex,
esq., and d. at Hardwick House, 9 Oct. 1785,
leaving no issue, and was succeeded by his

VII. Sir THOM AS-GER Y, 7th bart., F.R.
and A.S. and F.L.S., 6. 3() Nov. 1741, m., 1
Sept. 1774, Mary, da. and at length heir of
Robert Hanson, of Normanton, co. York,
esq., by whom (who d. 13 Sept. 1830) he had

1. Sir Thomas-Gkrv, present bart.

2. John-Palmer, Bath king of arms, b.
1783, m., 1809, Sarah Mantle, but d. s.p.
Sept. 1829.

3. Susanna, b. March 1787, d. 2 May

Sir Thomas-Gery d. Sejit. 1831, and was
succeeded by his only surviving son,

VIll. Sir THOMAS-GERY, present and
8th bart.

Anns—See Plate 7- Azure, a chevron, er-
mine, between three pelicans, or, vulning
themselves, proper.

Crest — A lion, sejant, or, holding between
his paws a column, argent, capital and base,
of the first.

Motto — Snstineattir.

Seats— At Hawstead Place and Hardwick
House, both co. Suffolk.

ROBINSON, of London.
22 June IGGO.

Rev. Sir GEORGE-STAMP ROBINSON, Barcnet, vicar of CraHford
St. Andrew, CO. Northampton ; born 29 Aug. 1797; succeeded his uncle,
sir George, 23 Nov. 1833 ; married, 1827, Emma, 6th da. of R. W. Blen-

cowe, of Hayes, co. Middlesex, esq., and has issue, 1. GEORGE-

WILLIAM, b. 9 March 1828; 2. John-Blencowe, b. 16 May 1830 ;

3. Emma-Frances, b. 20 Aag. 1832, f/. an infant ; 4. Edward-

ViLLiERS, b. 17 Jan> 1834.

This family was originally seated in the
north of England. William Robinson, the
first we have any account of, was father of

John Robinson, of Reading, co. Berks,
who m. Lucy, da. of John, and sister to
William Webb, knt., alderman and lord
mayor of London 1591, by whom (who re-m.
William Laud, of Reading, and was mother
of archbishop Laud,) he had a so'c\,WilUam,
D.D,, rector of Long Watton, co. Leicester,
and prebendary of Westminster, whose 3d

I. Sir JOHN, knt., an alderman and lord
mayor of London, was lieutenant of the
Tower, and for the services he did king
Charles II., towards his restoration, was
advanced to the dignity of a baronet ; m.
Anne, da. of sir George Whitmore, knt.,

(re-m. Shenton, esq.,) and had, besides

other issue,

1. Sir William, knighted, but d. with-
out issue, 16 Feb. 1G78.

2. Sir John, 2d bart.

3. Sir Jamks, 3d bart.

Sir John d. 1697, and was succeeded by his
2d, but eldest surviving son,

II. Sir JOHN, m. Mary, da. of sir Wil-
liam Dudley, of Clapton, co. Northampton,
bart., by whom he had only 2 das.,

1. Mary, >H. David, 3d earl of Wemyss,
in Scotland.

2. Anne, m., 17I8, to Richard Fitzpatrick,
lord Gowran, and d. 14 Nov. 1744, leaving
issue, John, lord Gowran, created earl of
Upper Ossory, Oct. 1751 ; and another son,

Sir John dying without issue male, the
digrJity devolved upon his brother,

III. Sir JAMES, m. Anne, da. of sir Wil-
liam Jesson, of Newhouse, co. Warwick,
knt., (by Penelope, da. of sir George Villiers,
bart.,) by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, his successor.

2. Georoe.

3. William, m. a da. of Ludby,

by whom (who d, 24 Oct. 1796) he had 2

sons, William, who was unfortunately
drowned, 1768, by his horse plunging into
the Serpentine river, in Hyde Park; and
another son, who was killed in the same year
in the East Indies.

4. Penelopk, m. Henry Hatsell, esq. bar-
rister-at-law, son of sir Henry Hatsell, knt.,
one of the barons of the Exchequer.

Sir James d. Aug. 1731, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

IV. Sir JOHN, 7)?., 1st, Mary, da. of John
Morgan, of Kingsthorpe, co. Northampton,
esq., (by Tripliena, da. and h. of the hon.
Robert Sheffield, uncle to John, duke of
Buckingham,) by whom (who d. Feb. 1734)
he had,

1. John, d. young.

2. Sir Gkoiige, 5th bart.

3. Anne.

Sir John m., 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of

Perkins, of Maston, co. Warwick, esq., and

4. William ; 5. Elizabeth.

Sir John d. 31 Aug. 1765, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

V. Sir GEORGE, w, Dorothea, only da.
of John Chester, of London, esq., (by Eliza-
beth, da. of sir William Chester, of Chick-
by, CO. Bucks, bart.,) one of the co-hs. of
William Wood, of Londham Hall, co. Suf-
folk, esq., and sole h. of William Hewett,
of Stretton, co. Leicester, esq. ; and by her
(who rf. 27 Jan. 1815) had issue,

1. Sir Gkoroe, 6th bart.

2. John, d. 14 Aug. 17i'0.

.?. Rev. WiLLiAM-ViLLrERS, rector of
Graf ton-Under wood, and of Irchester cum
Wollaston, co. Novtham'pton, m., 10 Dec.
1795, Anne, da. of Stamp Br )oksbank, esq.,
and d. 14 Jan. 1829, xt. 63, leaving issue,

1. Sir Geouge-Stamp, present bart.

2. Frances, b. 4 June I8(f3, rf. 2 Oct.

3. Henry-William, b. 3 Aug. 1805.

4. Edward, b. 14 Nov. 18(»7, d. 15 July



5. Caroline-Penelope, 5. 4 April 1809, m.,
29 Oct. 1834, Herman ^Slerivale of the
Inner Temple, esq., barrister at law.

6. Emma, b. 2') Jan. 1812.

7. Isabella-Anne, 6. 11 June 1817, d.

4. Jambs-Chester, d. 25 July 1793.

5. Frances-Dorothea, m., 7 May 17OO,
Charles Hoare, of Fleet-street, London, esq.

6. Hexrv, d. 5 Feb. 1783.

7. Penelope, m., 12 Oct. 1780, Robert-
Willis Blencowe, of Hayes, co. IMiddlesex,

8. Edward, lieut.-col. 8Gth regiment, d.
at Bombay, 5 Sept. 1800.

9. Charles, m., 28 Feb. 180.5, Charlotte,
3d da. of sir James Pennyman, bart. and d.

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