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Kent, and Markshall, co. Essex, to which
latter, as well as other large estates, he suc-
ceeded on the death of his relation, gen.
Philip Honywood, b. 1744, d. itnm. 2 June

8. John, b. 1745, m., 1785, , da. of

Charles Wake, D.D., prebendary of West-

!). Mary, b. 1742, m. John Wiltshire Em-
met, of Wiarton, es(i., and d. 13 Sept. 1825.

Sir John d. 26 June 1781, and was suc-
ceeded by his grandson,

IV. Sir JOHN, m., Dec. 1778, Frances, da.
of William, 2d viscount Courtenay, and
had issue,

1. Frances - Elizabeth, m., 29 July
1802, Aubone Surtees, esq.

2. Charlotte - Dorothea, m., 7 Jan.
1(105, col. Francis-Grey Cooper, son of the
late sir Grey Cooper, of Gogar, bart. ; d.
July 1811.

.3. Annarella-Christiana, m., 25 Aug.
KM)*;, Edward, oldest son of sir Edward
Knatclibull, bart., by Mary Hugessen,
graudda. of sir Jolm Honywood, 3d bart.
above mentioned; d. 4 Ain'if 1814.

4. Sir John-Couutknay, 5th bart.

5. Caroline, m., 2!) Anril I807, Edward-
Dalbie Temple, esc)., only son of the rev.
dr. Temple, of Northwood Place, co. Suf-

6. Eliza-Augusta.



7. Louisa-Catharine, nu, 25 April 1820,
the rev. Henry-Read Quartly, of Wolverton,
CO. Bucks, and d. 25 Jan. 1822.

Sir John d. March 18(K), and was succeeded
by his only son,

V. Sir JOHN-COURTENAY, b. 1787,
n>., 27 July 1808, Mary-Anne, eldest da. of
the rev. sir William-Henry Cooper, bart. of
N.S., and had issue,

1. Mary, b. 10 April 1810, d. unm. 6 April

2. Isabella - Charlotte, d. 24 Feb.

3. Sir John-Edward, present bart.

4. Mary-Anne-Elizabeth, m., 4 Feb.
1834, Frederick Bame, esq., son of colonel
Bame, of Sotterley Hall, co. Suffolk.

5., (fee. other issue.

Sir John Courtenay d. 12 Sept. 1832, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,

VI. Sir JOHN-EDWARD, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 8. Argent, a chevron
between three parrots' heads, erased, azure.

Crest — A wolf's head, couped, ermine.

Motto — Omne boniim desxpe):

Seat— At Evington, near Canterbury.

AUBREY, of Llantrithyd, co. Glamorgan.
23 July 1660-

Sir THOMAS-DIGBY AUBREY, Baronet, succeeded his uncle, sir
John, 1 March 1826 ; born 2 Dec. 1782; married^ 9 Dec. 1813, Mary, da.
of Thomas ^Vright, esq., niece of the rev. Robert Verney, (late Wright,) of
Middle Clayton, Bucks, esq., by whom (who d. 2^ Nov. 1817) he had no

A PEDIGREE of this family, drawn up by
Augustine Vincent, Windsor Herald, temp.
queen Elizabeth, commences with " Saint
Aubrey, of the blood royal of France, came
into England with William the Conqueror,
anno lOGfa", as the chronicles of All Souls
College testify, which are there to be seen
tyed to a chaine of iron." His son, sir Regi-
nald Aubrey, accompanied Bernard New-
march in the conquest of Brecon, l()i)0, and
had for his share the manors of Aberkynrigg
and Slough, and other lands. Lineally de-
scended from him was,

William Aubrey, esq., LL.D., regius
professor of law at Oxford, one of the coun-
cil for the marches of Wales, and one of the
masters of requests to Queen Elizabeth ; m.
Wilgiford, da. of John Williams, of Teyn-
ton, CO. Oxon, and d. 25 June 1595, leaving,
besides other issue, two sons,

1. Sir Edward, knt.

2. Sir Thomas, who m. Mary, da. and h.
of Anthony Mansell, of Llantrithyd, co.
Glamorgan, esq., and was father of

L Sir JOHN AUBREY, knt., who was
advanced to the dignity of a bart., 12 Car.
II., 23 July lG(;o. He m. the da. and h. of

South, of London, by whom he had


1. Lewis, d. s.p.

2. Sir John, 2d bart.

3. Mary, m. the right hon. William Mon-
tagu, lord chief baron of the Exchequer,
youngest son of Edward, lord Montagu, of

4. Elizabeth, m. Ralph Freeman, of
Aspedan Hall, Hertfordshire, esq.

Sir John was succeeded by his only sur-
viving son,

II. Sir JOHN, nu, 1st, Margaret, da. of
sir John Lowther, of Lowther Hall, co.
Westmoreland, bart., the 1st lord Lonsdale,
(by Elizabeth, his 2d wife, da. of sir John
Hare, of Stow-Bardolph, co. Norfolk, bart.,
relict of Woolley Leigh, esq.,) by whom he
had issue.

Sir John, 3d bart.
Sir John m., 2dly, Mary, da. and h. of Wil-
liam Lewis, of the Van, co. Glamorgan, and
Borstall, co. Buckingham, esq., by Marga-
ret, his wife, da. and h. of Laurence Ba-
nistre, esq., and Mary, his wife, da. and h.
of sir John Dynham, of Borstall, co. Buck-
ingham, knt., relict of William Jephson,
esq. Sir John d. at Borstall, co. Bucking-

ham, in consequence of a fall from his
horse, Sept. 17OO, and was succeeded by his
onlv son,

III. Sir JOHN, of Llantrithyd, co. Gla-
morgan, and Borstall, co. Buckingham, b.
20 June 1680, M.P. in two parliaments for
Cardiff; m., 1st, mrs. Mary Staley, by whom
he had issue,

1. Sir John, 4th bart.

2. Sir Thomas, 5th bart.

3. Mary, d. unm. 1768, buried at Borstall.

4. Elizabeth, m. Henry Lin tot, of Hors-
ham, CO. Sussex, esq., and d. 1734.

Sir John m., 2dly, mrs. Frances Jephson,
by whom he had issue,

5. Frances, m. Denham Jephson, of
Mallow, CO. Cork, esq., and d. 1775.

6. Margaret, d. unm. 1793.

Sir John m., 3dly, mrs. Jane Thomas, by
whom he had no issue, and d. April 1743,
was succeeded by his eldest son,

IV. Sir JOHN, who d. unm., Oct. 1767,
and was succeeded by his brother,

V. Sir THOMAS, m. Martha, eldest da.
of Richard Carlton, of Chilton, co. Bucks,
esq., a Welch judge, and by her (who d.
1788) had issue,

1. Sir John, 6th bart.

2. Thomas, a major in the army, served
during the whole war in America, where he
greatly distinguished himself, and particu-
larly when he was appointed to a command
of the troops upon Diamond Island, where
he acquitted himself so as to receive the
thanks of the commander-in-chief. On his
return to England, after the peace, he repre-
sented the borough of Wallingford, for
which he sat from the year 1/84 to 1790, and
d. 15 Jan. 1814.

3. Richard, col. of the Glamorganshire
militia, rf. 31 March 1808, having m. Frances,
3d da. of the hon. Wriothesley Digby, of
Meredon, co. Warwick, by whom ne had
two children,

1. Thomas-Digby, present bart.

2. Julia-Frances, b. 31 Dec. 1780, tn., 29
May 1810, William-Ralph Cartwright, of
Aynho, co. Northampton, esq., M.P. and
has issue.

4. Patty-Mary, d. unm. Sept. 1774.

Sir Thomas d. 4 Sept. 1786, was buried at
Llantrithyd, and was succeeded by his eldest

VI. Sir JOHN, m., 1st, Mary, eldest da.
and co-h. of sir James Colebrooke, of Gat-



ton, CO. Surrey, bart., by which lady (who
d. 1781) he had one son,

John, who rf. an infant.
Sir John ;»., 2dly, Martha-Catharine, da.
and co-h. of George-Richard Carter, of Chil-
ton, CO. Bucks, and Warlies, co. Essex, esq.,
and by her (whorf. 3 Sept. lf!15) had no issue.
Sir John was elected M.P. for Aylesbury,
1774, and continued a member of the house
of commons, without intermission, during
eleven parliaments, till his death, at which
time he was M.P. for Horsham, and father

of the house. He d. 1 March 1826, aged 86,
without issue, and was succeeded by his

VH. Sir THOMAS-DIGBY, present bart.

Anns — See Plate 8. Azure, a chevron, be-
tween three eagles' heads, erased, or.

Crest — An eagle's head, erased, or.

Motto — Solem fern.

Seats— At Llantrithyd, co. Glamorgan ;
and at Chilton, Dorton, and Borstall, all in
CO. Bucks.

WHELER, of the City of Westminster.

11 Aug. 16G0.

Sir TREVOR WHELER, Baronet, born 20 Dec. 1792, a major in the
army; succeeded his father, sir Trevor, 4 Feb. 1830 ; married, 15 Oct.
I8I7, Lucy, only da. of George Dandridge, of the Commandery, co. Wor-

Sept. 1828.

and has issue.


— 2. Lucy-Penelope,

Trevor, b. 9 July 1818, d. 22 April
b. 31 Jan. 182G: 3. Jane, b. 26

HuiMPHREY Wheler, of Hussingtree,
CO. Worcester, esq., m. Joan, da. of William
Davies, and had issue two sons, 1. George,
grandfather of the 2d bart. ; 2. Sir Edmund,
of Riding Court, CO. Bucks, knighted 1G14,
m. EHzabeth, da. and co-h. of Richard Han-
bury, of London, goldsmith, and had issue
by her an only son,

1. Sir WILLIAM, of Westminster, knt.,
was created a bart., with remainder to his
cousin, Charles Wheler, of Martin Hus-
singtree, CO. Worcester, andof Birberry, co.
Warwick. He d. (] Aug. 16(J(J, and was suc-
ceeded bv his said cousin,

II. Sir CHARLES, son of William Whel-
er. He was colonel of a regiment of foot,
governor of the Leeward Islands, and a re-
presentative in parliament for the University
of Cambridge for some part of the long par-
liament, IGGl, having been formerly fellow
of Trinity College ; from whence, with
others, he was ejected, 18 April 1644, by the
earl of Manchester, and was one of the gen-
tlemen entrusted to carry the plate of that
imiversity to king Charles I., 7n. Dorothy,
da. of sir l-'rancis Bindlos, by Cecilia, his
wife, da. of Thomas, 8th lord de la Warr,
and had issue three sons,

i. Trevor, major in his father's regt. of
foot, d. in the lifetime of his father, 12
Oct. 1678.

2. SirWiLLfAM, 3d bart.

3. Sir Francis, knt. an admiral, m. Ara-
bella, da. of sir Clitford Clifton, knt., a
younger son of sir Gervase Clifton, 1st bart.
of that name, and was wrecked on the Rocks
of Scilly, 16!)3, leaving issue.

4. Cecily, m. Blount, of Salop, esq.

5. Dorothy-Elizabeth, in. count Nas-

Sir Charles d. 26 Aug. 1683, and was suc-
ceeded by his 2d but eldest surviving son,

III. Sir WILLIAM, m. Teresa, da. of the
hon. Edward Widdrington, {2d son of Wil-
liam, 1st lord Widdrington,) by whom he
had issue,

1. Sir Trevor, 4th bart.

2. Sir William, 5th bart.

3. Charles, jh. Frances, da. of John
Shuckburgh, es*}., but d. without issue.

4. Edward, d. iniw.

.'">. Arabella; 6. Thkresa.
7. Cathkuinis ; 8. ELJiAJ^OR ; all d.

.0. Sophia, d. tmm. about 1746.
Sir William d. 17(t8, and was succeeded by
his son,

IV. Sir TREVOR, who d. I7I8, a month
under age, and was succeeded by his bro-

V. Sir WILLIAM, m.* Penelope, da. of
sir Stephen Glynne, of Bicester, co. Oxon,
and of Hawarden Castle, co. Flint, bart.,
(by Sophia, one of the das. and co-h. of sir
Edv.-ard Evelyn, bart.,) by whom he had
many children, 5 of whom survived him,

1. Sir William, 6th bart.

2. Francis, who was a captain in the
guards, then major in the East India Com-
pany's service, and d. at Madras, without

3. Rev. Sir Charles, 7th bart.

4. Edward, m., 1st, Harriet-Chicheley
Plowden, and by her (who d. at Calcutta)
left no issue ; he m., 2dly, her cousin,
Charlotte, da. of George Durnford, of Win-
chester, esq., by whom he had

1. Cliarlotte; 2. Penelope.
He was a member of the supreme council
in Calcutta, and d. there, 10 Oct. 1783.

5. Rev. John, prebendary of Westminster,
d. iinm. 1818.

Sir William d, 1763, and was succeeded by
his ek'.est son,

VI. Sir WILLIAM, w. Lucy, da. and
sole h. of Giles Knightley, esq., by whom
(who d. 1800) he had several children, who
all d, young excepting,

1. Knightley-Wheler, who d. 1798,

2, Lucy, m., March 1777, Ed\vard-Sa-
clieverel-Wilmot Sitwell, of Stainsby, co.
Derby, esq.

Sir William d. April 1799, and was suc-
ceeded by his brother,

VII. The rev. sir CHARLES, M.A., pre-
bendary of \'ork, and vicar of Leamino;ton
Ilastang, co. Warwick, m. Lucy, oneot the
das. and at length co-h. of the right hon.
sir John Strange, knt., master of the rolls,
and had issue,

1. Sir Trevor, 8th bart.

2. Chai'.lks-Joiin, >n. Isabel, da. of John
Close, of Eastby, co. York, esq., and has

1. Stcphen-Glynne; 2. Henry-Trevor.

3. Thomas; 4. Frederick.

5. Edward; 6. Charles-John, d.



7. Sophia, m. rev. H. W. Sitwell.

8. Emma; P. Elizabeth.

10. Isabella- Penelope, ?)(. rev. Percy

3. William, in holy orders, rector of
Laddock, co. Cornwall, m. Charlotte, da. of
William Harding, of Baraset House, co.
Warwick, and rf. 30 ilay 1834, having had

1. William; 2. Teresa; 3. John.
4. George, d. ; 5. Charlotte.

4. Pexelope, m. William -Wilberforce
Bird, of the Spring, Kenilworth, co. War-
wick, esq.

5. Jaxe, Hi. George Dandridge, of the
Commandry, co. Worcester, e^q.

6. Sarah, m. Abraham Hume, of Bilton
Grange, co. Warwick, esq.

7. Lucy, m. rev. John Wise, 2d son of
Matthew Wise, of Leamington Priors, co.
Warwick, esq.

8. Sophia, m. rev. John Biddulph, 2d
son of sir Theophilus Biddulph, of Birbury,
CO. Warwick, bart.

Sir Charles d. 12 July 1821, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son.

VIII. Sir TREVOR, 8th bart., m. Har-
riet, da. of Richard Beresford, of Ashbourne,
CO. Derby, esq. and had issue,

1. Sir Trkvor, present bart.

2. Francis, b.O Nov. I811I, a capt. 2nd
Bengal Cavalry, m. Caroline, da. of rev.

Palmer, (who d. Jan. 1833,) and had


1. Trevor, b. 1828.

2. Harriet, 6. 1829.

3. Harriet, 6. 2 i Sept. 1794.

4. Lucy, b. 1 Feb. ITPfJ, m., 15 May 1828,
James Malony, of Kiltannon, co. Clare,

5. Maria, b. 18 Sept. 1797.

6. Charlotte-Teresa, 6. 8 April 1800.
7- Agxes, 6. 29 June 1805.

Sir Trevor d. 4 Feb. 1830, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

IX, Sir TREVOR, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 8. Or, a chevron, be-
tween three leopards' faces, sable.

Crest — On a ducal coronet, or, an eagle
displayed, gules.

Motto — Facie teniis.

Seat — ^At Torrington, Devon.

SWINBURNE, of Capheaton, co. Northumberland.

2G Sept. 1660.

Sir JOHN SWINBURNE, Baronet, F.R. and A.S., born 1762, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Edward, 178C ; married, 13 July 1787, Emma, da.
of Richard -Henry-Alexander Bennet, esq., of Brabraham, co. Cambridge,
(niece to Frances-Julia, late dowager duchess of Northumberland,) by

whom he has issue, 1. EDWARD, h. 24 June 1708, ?n., 13 Dec. 1819,

Anne-Nassau Sutton, and has issue, Henry, b. 15 Feb. 1021 ; and JMary,

b. 2 Nov. 1823; 2. Charles-Hexry, b. 2 April 1797, commander

R.N. ; 3. Elizabeth, 6. and rf. 1790 ; 4. Julia, i. 25 July 1795 ;

5. Emily-Elizabeth, b. 9 April 1798, w., 8 April 1824, Henry.

George Ward, esq., M.P. ; 6. Fraxces, b. 4 Oct. 1799, d. nnm. 21

July 1821 ; 7. Elizabeth, b. 23 Dec. 1805, m.^ 7 June 1828, John-
William Bowden, esq.

This family is descended from William
DE SwrNBURN'S, who was lord of Haighton
and Cholverton, co. Northumberland, by
gift of Gilbert de Umfravile, earl of Angus,
confirmed by king Henry III. in the 53d
year of his reign. His son sir William ap-
pears to have been possessed of Capheaton
as early as 1300. Twelfth in lineal descent
from him was

John Sivinburne, of Capheaton, esq., who
had abaronet's patent granted him by Charles
I., but it was never taker, out. He m. to his
2d wife, Isabella, da. of sir Thomas Tem-
pest, of Stella, CO. Durham, bart., and rf.
1G52, leaving issue by her,

I. Sir JOHN, who was created a bart. 2G
Sept. 1660, m. Isabel, da. and h. of Henry
Lawson,of Brough, esq., (by Catharine, da.
and co-h. of sir William Fenwick, bart.,)
by whom he had 24 children, all of whom
d. utim. except

1. Sir William, his successor.

2. Anne, »i. Nicholas Thornton, of Wit-
ton, CO. Northumberland.

3. Troath, m. William Dacre, of Leonard
Court, CO. Cumberland.

Sir John d. 19 June 17O6, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, »!i., 1696, Mary, da. of
Anthony Englefield, of White Knights, co.
Berks, esq., by whom lie had issue.

1. Sir John, 3d bart.

2. Matthew, 6. 1700, m., 1738, Eleanora,
da. and h. of William Thirlwall, of Thirl-
wall Castle, co. Northumberland, esq., but
d. s.p.

3. Thomas, m. ISIary, da. and co-h. of An-
thony Meaburne, arid relict of Thomas
Thornton, esq., and d. 1 Feb. 1772, leaving
issue by her, (who d. 1781;,)

1. Thomas, who m. and left issue.

2. IMary.

4. Mary, d. young.

Sir William d. 17 April I7I6, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

III. Sir JOHN, b. 169ft, m., 1721, Mary,
da. and h. of Edward Bedingfield, of Gray's
Inn, esq., 3d son of sir Henry Bedingfield,
bart., and by her (who d. 7 Feb. 1761) had

1. William.

2. Mary-, who d. young.

3. Sir John, 4th bart.

4. Sir Edward, 5th bart.

5. Henry, of Hamsterley, co. Durham,
h. 1743, author of the celebrated Travels in
the Two Sicilies and Spain, d. in Trinidad,
April 1803, m. Martha, da. of John Baker,
of Chichester, co. Sussex, esq., solicitor-
general to the Leewardlslands, and left issue.

6. Teresa, m. Edward Charleton, esq.

7. Mary, m. Edward Bediugfieldj of Ox-



brough, CO. Norfolk, esq.

8. Catharine, d. 1-2 Feb. 1747.

9. Isabel, w. Thomas Grathorn, esq.

10. Anne, a nun at Montargis, in Gati-
nois, rf. 1819.

11. Eleanora, d, num. 7 Jan. 1787'

Sir John rf. 1744-5, and was succeeded by
his eldest surviving son,

IV. Sir JOHN, 6. July 1724, d. 1763,
unm., and was succeeded by his brother,

V. Sir EDWARD, b. 173(j, m. Christiana,
da. of Robert Dillon, esq., (by Martha, da.
of William, son of sir George Newland,
knt.,) by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, (jth bart.

2. Robert, h. 17()3, a general in the Aus-
trian service, and governor of Milan, m.,
4 Oct. 1808, Frances Malowetz, a baroness
of the H. R. E., da. of John, baron Mal-
owetz, chamberlain to the emperor of Aus-
tria, and has issue.

1. Emily-Christina -Alexandrina - Fran-
cis de Paula, h. 22 Oct. 1823.

2. Edward-Robert -Francis -Felix, h. 29
Dec. 1825.

3. Henry, 6.1764, d. 1767-

4. Edward, b. 3 Sept. 1765, living 1825.

5. Thomas, b. 1767, d. 1774.

6. Christina, 6. 28 June 1768, m., 1791,
John Clavering, of Callaley, esq., and d. 8
Jan. 1817.

Sir Edward d. 1706, and was succeeded by
his son,

VI. Sir JOHN, present bart.

Arms—Hee Plate 8. Per fess, gules and
argent, three cinquefoils, counterchanged.

Ci-est—OuX. of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-
boar, rampant, argent, crined, or.

Motto — kernel et semper.

&m^<f— Capheaton, near Newcastle, and
Edlingham, near Alnwick, both co. North-

ANDERSON, of Broughton, co. Lincoln.
11 Dec. IGGO.

The Rev. Sir CHARLES-JOHN ANDERSON, Baronet, in holy
orders. Prebendary of Lincoln and Rector of Lea, co. Lincoln ; born 5 Oct.
1767 ; succeeded his father, sir William, 9 ]March 1785 ; married^ 15 Dec
1802, Frances-IMary, youngest da. of sir John Nelthorpe, bart., and has
issue, 1. CHARLES-HENRY-JOHN, b. 25 Nov. 1804; 2. Wil-
liam-Edmund, d. 31 May 1815 ; 3. Fanny-Maria, 7>. 4 May 1809 ;

4. Emily-Margauet-Charlotte, b. 18 Aug. I8I7.

Sir Edmund Anderson, descended of
Scotch ancestry, was bred to the law, and a
member of the Inner Temple. In 1572 he
was appointed lord chief justice of the Com-
mon Pleas, and in that capacity sat in judge-
ment upon Mary, queen of Scots, 1586. He
m. Magdalen, da. of Nicholas Smith, of the
exchequer, esq., and d. 11 Aug. 16(15, leav-
ing, besides das., two sons, 1. sir Francis,
ancestor of the present lord Yarborough ; 2.
William, who, by his 1st wife, Joan, da. of
Henry Essex, of Lamborne, left an only

I. Sir Edmund, created a bart. as above,
m., 1st, Mary, da. of Thomas Wood, esq.,
by whom he had issue,

1. William, m. Elizabeth, da. of sir John
Baker, bart., by whom he had no issue; his
widow afterwards m. sir Jonathan Atkyns,

2. Edmund, rf. an infant.

3. Sir John, 2d bart.

4. Sir Edmund, 4th bart.

5. Francis, m., 1st, Helen, da, of Wil-
liam Anderson; and 2dly, Frances, da. of
. Staresmore, esq., and had issue.

6. Charles, rf. ?«»>*.

7. Stephen, m. Mary, da. of mr. Luckyn,
and rf. without issue.

8. Susan; 9. Frances, both rf. young.
1(1. Mary, m. Thomas Norton, esq.

Sir Edmund m., 2dly, Sybilla, da. of sir
Rowland Egerton, of Farthinghoe, co.
Northampton, bart., and relict of Edward
Bellot, es(i., but by her he had no issue. He
was succeeded by his 3d, but eldest sur-
viving son,

II. Sir JOHN, m. Elizabeth, da. of Hugh
Snawsell, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Edmund, 3d bart.

2. Elizabeth, mi. Collins, of St.

Martin's in the Fields, Westminster, esq.

3. Catharine, m. Thompson, esq.

4. Mary, m. Vesey, esq.

.5. Frances, rf. iinm.
Sir John rf. March 1670, and was succeeded
by his only son,

III. Sir EDMUND, who rf. at the uni-
versity, unm., 17 Dec. 1(376, and was suc-
ceeded by his uncle, Edmund, 4th son of
the 1st bart.

IV. Sir EDMUND, m., 1st, , da. and

co-h. of William Cox, of Porters, co. Herts,
esq., by whom he had issue,

1. William, rf. young.

2. Edmund, in. Carr, da. and h. of John
Shaw, esq., and rf. 17 Sept. 1685, without

3. Mary, rf. young.

Sir Edmund m., 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of sir
Anthony Deane, knt., by whom he had

1. Sir Edmund, 5th bart.

2. Elizabeth, m. Stephen Croft.

3. Susan, rf. an infant.

V. Sir EDMUND, his son and successor,
m. Mary, da. of William Harvey, of Rolls,
in the parish of Chigvvell, co. Essex, esq.,
(by Dorothy, da. of sir Robert Dicer, of
Uphall, bart.,) and had issue,

1. Edmind, rf. unm.

2. Sir William, (ith bart.

3. Elizabeth, m. llenry-Brewster Bar-
ley, esq.

4. Dorothy, m. William Burton, esq.

5. Mary.

Sir Edmund /»?., 2dly, Frances, da. of

Batty, of Tad caster, co. York, by whom he
had issue,

(). Francis; 7- Elizabeth; 8. Dorothy.
Sir Ednuuul rf. 3 May 17()5, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

VI. Sir WILLIAM, m. Anne, da. of John
Maddison, of Stamford, co. Lincoln, esq.,
who rf. 31 Aug. 1782, by whom he had issue,

1. Annk, b. 28 May 1753, m. Samuel Tho-



TOld, esq., of Harrington Hall, Lincoln: she
m., 2dly, Ros, and d. 12 July 1830,

2. Catharixe, b. 16 March 1750, m. Ar-
thur-Lemuel Shuldham, esq.

3. Theodosia-Dorothy, b. 4 April 1757,
tn. the rev. Richard Vevers, and d. 5 May

4. Edmvxd, 6. 11 Sept. 1758, ni. Catha-
rine, da. of Thomas Plumer, esq., and d.
without issue.

5. George, b. 10 Nov. 1759, m, Lucy,
eldest da. of Thomas Plumer, esq., and d.
without issue.

6. Henrietta-Janb, 6.23 May 1761, 7iu

the rev. Naunton-Thomas-Oyill Lemon.

7. Charlotte, b. 24 June 1/63, m. Ro-
bert Rede, esq., and d. 9 Oct. 1822.

8. Frances, b. 15 April 1766.

9. Sir Charles-John, present bart.

Sir William d. 9 March 1785, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

\ II. The rev. sir CHARLES-JOHN, pre-
sent bart.

Arms — See Plate 9. Argent, a chevron,
between three crosses, flory, sable.

Crest — A water-spaniel, passant, or.

Seat — Lea Hall, co. Lincoln.

FAGG, of "Wist ox, co. Sussex.
11 Dec. 1660.

Sir JOHN FAGG, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir John, Sept. 1822.

John Fagg, of Brensett, co. Kent, esq.,
*n. Adryn, da. and h. of Clement Cobb, and
had John Fagg; of Rye, co. Sussex, the
first settler in tfiat county, who jn. Elizabeth,

da. of Hudson, of the same county,

by whom he had issue,

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart., m. Mary, da. of
Robert Morley, of Glynde, co. Sussex, esq.,
by whom he had 16 children, whereof only
5 lived to be w., viz.

1. Sir Robert, 2d bart.

2. Charles, ?h. Mary, da. of Hy-

land, by whom he had, besides other issue,
a son, Charles, who j«. Elizabeth, da. of
William Turner, esq., and had issue by her,
sir William, 5th bart. ; Sarah, »?. sir Wil-
liam Young, bart. ; and other children.

3. Thomas, m. Elizabeth, widow of John
Meres, and had issue, John Meres, who m.
and left issue.

4. Elizabeth, ?«. sir Philip Gell, bart

5. Mary, tn. John Spence, esq.

Sir John d. 18 Jan. 1700, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir ROBERT, m., 21 Sept. 1671. Eli-
zabeth, da. of Benjamin Culpepper, of Lind-
field, CO. Sussex, esq. He d. 26 Aug. 1715,
and left an only son,

ilL Sir ROBERT, b. 1673, ni. Christian,
da. of sir Cecil Bisshopp, of Parham, co.
Sussex, bart., by whom (who d. 22 Aug.
1763) he had issue,

1. Sir Robert, 4th bart.

2. Elizabeth,?/}., 1743, sir Charles-Mat-
thew Goring, bart.

3. Margaret, m., 1723, Gawen-Harris
Nash, of Petworth, co. Sussex, esq.

4. 5. Christian and Margaret, d. rinm.
Sir Robert d. 22 June 1736, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

iV. Sir ROBE RT,/n., 1729, Sajah,da. of

William Ward, M.D., and d. 14 Sept. 1740,
without issue; left his estates in Kent and
Sussex to his sister, lady Goring, and was
succeeded in title by his cousin,

V. Sir WILLIAM, grandson of Charles,
2d son of sir John, the 1st bart.; »n. Eliza-
beth, da. of Abraham le Grand, of Canter-
bury, esq., by whom (who d. 1785) he had

1. Sir John, 6th bart.

2. Elizabeth, d. an infant.

3. Helen-Ward, m. the rev. Philip
Williams, prebendary of Winchester, &c.
and d. his widow, 1833, ast. 85.

4. Sarah, m., 2 Feb. 1777, Edwyn-Hum-
phrey Sandys, esq., d. 1782.

Sir William d. 14 Nov. 1791, and was suc-
ceeded by his onlv son,

VI. The rev. sir JOHN, rector of Chart-

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