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and three das., Henrietta, Jane, and Mary.
William, the elder son, m. Elizabeth, da. of
William Jordain, of Charlton, co. Surrey,
esq., by whom he had three sons,

1. Sir George, successor to his cousin,
sir Lewis, and Cth bart.

2. William, d. rinm.

3. Thomas, of Buckland, near Reigate,
in Surrey, m. miss Mary Silver, and had
issue,

1. William, d. young.

2. Thomas, m. 29 Jan. 1799, Bridget,
youngest da. of the rev. William Davie,
youngest brother of sir John Davie, bart.,
of Creedy, co. Devon, and had issue; 1.
sir George - Howland - Willoughby,
present bart. ; 2. Thomas - Davie, 6. 9
March 1801, rf. 1824; 3. William-Francis
Bertie, of Buckland, co Surrey, m., May
1833, Frances-Mary-Caroline, da. of John
Smith, of Bury St. Edmunds, esq., by
whom (who rf. July 1834) he had issue, a
son, b. April 1834; 4. Mari/-A»ne-Bridget ;
5. Margaret -Soplda, m., 1833, rev. James
Beaucliamp ; 6. Alice - Eleanor, d. April
1833, unm.

VL Sir GEORGE, the eldest son of Wil-
liam, who succeeded sir Lewis, before men-
tioned, Dec. 1738, TO., 26 March 1751, Ra-
chael, da. of Michael Howland, of Stone-
hall, in Dunmow, esq., and by her (who d.
April 1814) he had issue,

1. William, rf. an infant, 1757.

2. William, rf. 1758.

3. Sir George-Howland, 7th bart.

Sir George rf. 1762, and was succeeded by
his only surviving son,

VII. SirGEORGE-HOWLAND, D.C.L.
and F.S.A., »?., 6 May 1778, Margaret, da.
and h of John Willes, of Astrop, co.
Northampton, esq., but by her (who d. 14
July 1829, a-t. 73) had no issue.

Sir George rf. (i Feb. 1827, and was suc-
ceeded by his cousin,

Vin. Sir GEORGE -HOWLAND -WIL-
LOUGHBY, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 9. Azure, sememe de
lys, and a lion rampant, or.

Crest — On a chapcau, azure, sem«5e of
fleur de lis, and turned up, ermine, a lion
passant, or.

Motto — E rectus, non elntus.

Seat — Cole Orton, co. Leicester.



SMYTHE, of EsHE, co. Durham.

23 Feb. ICOO-l.

Sir EDWARD-JOSEPH SMYTHE, Baronet, horn 1787, succeeded
his father, sir Edward, Aj)ril 1811 ; married., 23 Oct. 1800, Frances, da. of
sir Edward Bellew, of Barmeath, co. liouth, bart., and has a SON and a
Da., b. Sept. 1812 ; and another Da., b. May 181G.



WILSON.



103



This family is descended from John
Smythe, of Stainton, co. Durham. Sixth in
descent from him was

I. Sir EDWARD, 1st bart., m. Mary, da.
and co-h. of sir Richard Lee, bart., by
whom (who d. 1677) he had issue,

1. Sir Richard, 2d bart.

2. Rowlaxd, slain in Ireland, s.p.

3. Sir John', 3d bart.

4. Elizabeth ; 5. Margaret, both d.
unm.

6. Mary, m. sir George Southcote, bart.,
and d. 1719.

Sir Edward d. 12 Oct. 1714, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. SirRICHARD, m. Grace, da. and h.
of Caryll Smyth, esq., (niece to lord Car-
rington,) by whom he had a da.,

Clara, rf. unm., 2i) March 1750.
Sir Richard d. 17 Dec. 1736, and was suc-
ceeded by his brother,

III. Sir JOHN, m. Constantia, da. of
George Blount, esq., and sister to sir Ed-
ward Blount, bart., by whom (who d. 8
May 1733) he had issue,

1. Sir Edward, 4th bart.

2. Walter, tn. Mary, da. of John Erring-
ton, esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Walter, 6. 4 Oct. 1757. '"•, 16 March
1807, Louisa, youngest da. of Thomas
Boycott, of Rudge, co. Salop, and d. 14
Nov. 1822, leaving two das., Louisa-Mar i/,
h. 10 June 1810, m., 14 May 1832, sir
Frederick - Hervey Bathurst, bart., and
Charlotte- Georgina-Han-iott, b. 26 July
1814.

2. John, h. 1758.

3. Charles, b. 1760.

4. Henry, h. 1761.

5. Mary-Anne, 6. 26 July 1756, m., 1st,
Edward Weld, of LuUworth Castle, co.
Dorset, esq.; and 2dly, Thomas Fitzher-
bert, esq., of Norbury, co. Derby.

6. Frances, b. 1762, m. sir'Camaby



Haggerston, bart.

3. Con'stantia, m, Marmaduke Lang-
dale, esq.

Sir John d. 17 Sept. 1737, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IV. Sir EDWARD, m., 1st, 25 July 1743,
Mary, da. of Peter Giffard, esq., by whom
(who d. 30 May 1764) he had issue,

1. Sir Edward, 5th bart.

He m., 2dly, ]Mary, da. of Hugh, 4th lord
Clifford, by whom (who d. 1797) he had issue,

2. George- Walter, b. 1767.

3. Hugh -Philip, b. 1769, m., 1803,
Lucy, 2d da. of the late Edward Sulyarde,
esq.,' of Ha'.vley Park, co. Suffolk, and d.
17 May 1322, leaving by her (who d. 15
March 1830) an only child, Lucy, m., 8
Aug. 1826, Henry-Benedict Arundel, after-
wards 11th lord Arundel of Wardour, andrf.
March 1827.

4. William, b. ITiO, slain in battle, unm.

5. Elizabeth-Mary-Anxe, 6. 1774, m.
Thomas-Raymond Arundel, of Bathford,
CO. Somerset, esq.

Sir Edward was succeeded by his eldest
son,

V. Sir EDWARD, m., 15 Oct. 1781, Ca-
therine-Maria, da. and sole h. of John Hol-
ford, of Wooton Hall, co. W^arwick, esq.,
and had issue,

Sir Edward-Joseph, 6th bart.
Sir Edward d. 11 April 1811, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

VL Sir EDWARD -JOSEPH, present
bart.

Arms — See Plate 9. Sable, three roses,
argent.

Crest — A buck's head, erased, gorged,
with a chaplet of laurel, all proper.

Motto — Heiri semper fidells.

Seats — Eshe Hall, near Durham ; Acton-
Burnell, co. Salop; and Wooton Hall, co.
Warwick.



WILSON, of East-Bourne, co. Sussex.
4 March 1660-1.

Sir TH0:MAS-MARY0N WILSON, Baronet, succeeded his father,
sir Thomas-Maryon, 22 July 1821, and is unmarried.

This baronet is descended from an ancient
family, co. York, which has spread itself
into many branches. The first we find is Tho-
mas Wilson, sea.ted at Elton, co. York, 1260,
who bore the same arms as are now used.
John Wilson, son of John Wil&on, of Tock-
with, CO. York, settled at Sheffleld, in the
parish of Fletching, co. Sussex, and was
grandfather of

I. Sir WILLIAM, the 1st bart., who was
a distinguished loyalist; m. ^lary, da. of

Francis Haddon, (by Judith, da. of

Carter, re-m. to Edward Burton, D.D.,
eldest son of sir Edward Burton, knt.,) by
whom (who d. 16<j1) he had issue,

1. Sir William, 2d bart.

2. JoH>f, a counsellor - at - law, m., 1st,
Elizabeth, da. of Robert Pickering, gent. ;
and 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Roots,
esq., and d. without issue, 1700.

3. Francis, rf. young.

4. Thomas, m. Anne, eldest da. of George
Courthope, of the Middle Temple, of
Seven Oaks, co. Kent, and of Wadhurst,
CO. Sussex, gent., and d. 27 June 1684, leav-
ing issue,

1. Sir Thomas, 4th bart.

2. Philadelphia, m. Richard Knight.

5. Edward, rector of Blachington, co.
Sussex, m. Catharine, da. of SackviUe
Graves, esq.



6. Judith, m., 1st, Benjamin, son and
heir-apparent of sir William Culpeper, bart. ;
and 2dly, Christopher Mason, esq., capt.
R.N., and rf. 9 May 1635.

7. Philadelphia, m. sir James Smythe,
knt., lord mayor of London in 1686, and rf.
March 171O.

Sir William rf. 1685, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, m. Rechard, 2d da.
and co-h. of Richard Pecock, esq., by whom
(who d. March 1686) he had issue,

1. William, rf. young.

2. V/iLLiAM, tn. Jane, only da. and h. of
Nicholas Townley, esq., barrister-at-law,
by whom he had issue,

1. Sir William, 3d bart.

2. Elizabeth, m. the hon. James Glen,
governor, &c. of South Carolina.

3. Christopher, rf. an infant.

4. Philadelphia, »;., 1st, 10 Dec. 1800,
John Nutt, of Marshalls in Maresfield, co.
Sussex, gent, (who rf. 31 Jan. 1703) ; and
2dly, 28 Sept. 1704, lieut.-colonel Joseph
Ferrers, of Isleworth, co. Middlesex, and
Fletching, co. Sussex, esq., whom she sur-
vived, and rf. 1744.

5. Rechard, ?h. mr. William Exeter.
Sir William rf. 26 Dec. 17I8, and was suc-
ceeded by his grandson,

III. Sir WILLIAM, d. unm. 23 Jan. 1753,



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READE.



upon whose death the male issue failing in
this branch, the dignity, and a considerable
part of the family estate, devolved upon
his cousin,

IV. Sir THOMAS, (only son of Thomas,
4th son of sir William, the 1st bart.,) »w.
Elizabeth, da. of mr. William Hutchinson,
of Uckfield, CO. Sussex, and had issue,

1. Sir Edward, 5th bart.

2. Sir Thomas-Spbncer, 6th bart.

3. Spencer; 4. Anne; 5. Barbara, all
d. young.

Sir Thomas d. 6 Oct. 1759j and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

V. Sir EDWARD, who d. unm. 1 June
1760, and was succeeded by his only bro-
ther,

VI. Sir THOMAS-SPENCER, lieut.-ge-
neral in the army, and colonel .5(»th regiment
of foot, ?)i. Jane, da. of John Badger, esq.,
and by her (who d. Aug. 1818) had issue,

1. Sir Thomas-Maryon, 7th bart.

2. MARGARETTA-EilZABETHjWJ., 1 March

1787, Charles-George, lord Arden.

3. Jane, m., 1st, Aug. 1790, the right hon.
.Spencer Perceval, brother to John-James,
earl of Egmont, chariCellor of the ex-
chequer and of the duchy of Lancaster, who
was assassinated by John Bellingham, of
Liverpool, in the lobby of the house of
commons, 11 May 1812; and2dly, 22 Jan.



1815, lieut.-colonel sir Henry W. Carr,
K.C.B. and K.T.S., who d. 18 Aug. 1821.

4. Marta, m., Aug. 1791, sir John Tre-
velyan, bart.

Sir Thomasd. 1798, and was succeeded by
his son,

VII. Sir THOMAS-MARYON, m., Oct.
1709, Elizabeth, da. of captain James Smith,
R.N., by whom (who d. before her husband)
he had issue,

1. Sir Thomas-Maryon, present bart.

2. John-Maryon, of Fitzjohns, in Es-
sex, esq., m., 22 Dec. 1825, Julia, 5th da.
of George Wade, of Dunmow, esq.

3. Spencer -Maryon, b. 1804, d, unm.
31 Aug. 1826.

4. Wii^liam-Maryon, d. young.

5. Jane-Elizabeth.

6. Caroline, rf. 15 Sept. 1821.

7. Margaretta - Maria, m., 13 May
1830, rev. Arthur Drummond.

8. Julia.

Sir Thomas-Maryon d. 22 July 1821, and
was succeeded by his^ eldest son,

VIII. Sir THOMAS-MARYON, present
bart.

Arms — See Plate 9. Sable, a wolf, aa-
liant, and in chief, three estoils, or.
Crest — A demi-wolf, as in the arms.
Motto — Pro legibus ac regihus.
&(?«^— Charlton, co. Kent.



READE, of Shipton Court, co. Oxon.

4 March 16G0-1.

Sir JOHN-CHANDOS READE, Baronet, lom 18 Jan. 1785, suc-
ceeded his father, sir John, 18 Nov. 1789 ; married^ 6 Jan. 1814, Louisa,
da. of the late hon. David Murray, brotlier of Alexander, 7th lord Elibank,

and by her (who d. C Jan. 1821) had issue, 1. COMPTON, h. I7 Oct.

1814; 2. John-Chandos, b. 1810, d. an infant; 3. Louisa-
Jane, h. 20 July 1817; 4. Emily, h. 30 April 1819 ; 5. Clara-
Louisa, h. 25 Jan. 1821.



L Sir COMPTON READE, 1st bart.,
created as above, m. Mary, da. of sir Gilbert
Cornwall, by whom he had issue,

1. Thomas, d. unm.

2. Sir Edward, 2d bart.

3. Anne, to. sir Fairmeadow Penniston,
of Cornwall and Oxfordshire, bart.

4. Mary, to. Cornelius Vermooden, of
Cornwall, esq.

Sir Compton d. 29 Sept- 1679, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

II. Sir EDWARD, w. Elizabeth, da. of
Francis Harby, of Adston, co. Northamp-
ton, esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Sir Winvv(30d, .3d bart.

2. Sir Thomas, 4th bart.

3. Edward, rf. young.

4. GKORCiE, colonel of a regiment of foot,
m. Jane, da. of Charles Nowis, of Wood
Ditton, CO. Cambridge, esq., and d. 1755,
without issue.

.Sir Edward rf. 4 Sept. 1691, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

III.SirWINWOOD,rf. aminor,1692, and
was succeeded by his next brother,

IV. Sir THOMAS, gentleman of his ma-
jesty's privy chamber, afterwards one of the
clerks of the househol(i ; m. Mary, da. of
sir Ralph Dutton, of Sherborne, co. Glou-
cester, bart., by whom he had a son.

Sir John, .'*th bart.
Sir Thomas rf. 1752, and was succeeded by

V. Sir JOHN, »(., 1759, Harriet, da. and
h. of William Barker, esq., and by her (who



d. 23 Dec. 1811) had issue,

1. Sir John, 5th bart.

2. Thomas, twin with his brother,, m.
Catharine, da. of sir John Hill.

3. Susan, to. capt. Irvine, R.N.

4. Harriott; 5. Lucy.

Sir John rf. 9 Nov. 1773, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

VI. Sir JOHN, 6. 8 March 1762, m., 18 Jan-
1784, Jane, da. of sir Hungerford Hoskyns,
bart., and had issue,

1. Sir John-Chandos, his successor.

2. George-Compton, t. 8 Jan. 1/88, she-
riff CO. Oxford, 1812, >«., 6 March 1809, Ma-
ria-Jane, youngest da. of sir Hungerforii
Hoskyns, bart., and luis issue,

1. George; 2. John-Stanhope.
3» Chandos-Stanhope, d. 11 Sept. 1833,
a;t. 19-

4. Catherine-Julia.

5. Maria-Louisa; 6. Caroline-Jane.

3. Julia-Jane, b. 6 Aug. 1789.

4. Hahriet; 5. Louisa, twins, rf. youuR.
Sir John d. 18 Nov. 1789, and was succeetled
by Iris son,

VII. Sir JOHN-CHANDOS, present baJt.
Ar)»»—Sve Plate 9. Gules, a saltire, be-
tween four garbs, or.

Crest— i)\\ the stump of a tree, vert, a
falcon, rising, projier, belled and jessed, or.

Motto — Cfddiit arnia toga:.

!Si'at—\i Slupton Court, Burford, co.
Oxon.



BROUGHTON.



105



BROUGHTON, of Brought ox, co. Stafford.

10 March IfiGO-l.

Sir JOHN-DELVES BROUGHTON, Baronet, a Gen. in the army,
succeeded his father, the rev. sir Thomas, 23 July 1813; married Mai-y,
sister of sir John Egerton, of Oulton Park, co. Chester, bart., and by her
has no issue.



This family is descended in the direct
male line from' Hugh de Verxon, who was
baron of Shipbrooke temp. William the
Conqueror. The name of Broughvon was
assumed from the manor about temp. Ed. I.
Fifteenth in lineal descent from Hugh de
Vernon was,

Thomas Bvoitghton, esq., who founded
and endowed a chapel at Broughton, m.
Frances, da. of Walter, and sister of sir
Harvey Bagot, of Blithfield, co. Stafford,
bart., (ancestor of the barons Bagot, so
created 17 Oct. 1780,) and by her had,

1. Sir Brya.v, created a bart.

2. Petbr, who was of Lowdham, co.
Nottingham, m. Anne, da. of William
Staunton, of Staunton, in the same county,
esq., and possessed Bilsthorpe, and other
manors, co. Northampton.

3. Elizabkth, rf. loinu

4. Dorothy, m. Francis Cavendish, of
Doveridge, co. Derby, esq.

5. Mary, m. John'Offley, of Madely, co.
Stafford, esq. His eldest son,

I. Sir BRYAN, was knighted, and created
a bart., as above, m. Bridget, da. of sir
Thomas Lucy, of Charlecot, co. Warwick,
knt., by whom he had,

1. Sir Thomas, 2d bart.

2. Peter, m. Mary, da. of Os-
borne, andrf. 17O8, without issue: he was a
bencher of the Middle Temple.

3. Bryan, was a doctor of laws, and fel-
low of All Souls' College, Oxford, where he
d. Oct. 1710, unm.

4. Spexcer, was a lieut.-col. and gover-
nor of Cabo Corso Castle, &c., on the coast
of Africa, and d. in his vovage thither, 1
Feb. 1702, unm.

.'5. Harvey, m., but had no issue.

6. Charles, m. a da. of Thomas,

by whom he had,

1. Charles, who m. Anne-Elizabeth, da.
of , baron de Hertoghe, a very an-
cient Brabant family, by whom he had,

Charles, m. , da. of , by whom

he had issue, Charles, of the audit office,
Somerset Place; William-Robert, com-
modore R.N., C.B., m. Jemima, da. of sir
Thomas Broughton, bart., and sister of
sir John-Delves, the present bart., andrf.
March 1821, leaving issue, Brian, in holy
orders, rector of Long Ditton, co. Surrey;
Anne-Elizabeth; Charlotte-Maria; Har-
riet, m. Daniel Stow, of the general post-
office, London; Caroline; Penelope,
youngest da., m., 18 May 1829, rev. W.
ypeucer Philipps, B.D., minister of St.
John's Church, Cheltenham.

7. 8. Two Das., whorf. num.

Sir Brv'an d. 13 July I708, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

n. Sir THOMAS, m. Rhoda, da. of John
Amcoats, of Aystrop, co. Lincoln, esq., and
had issue,

1. Amcoats, d. without issue, 14 Sept.
1700, aged 25,

2. Sir Bryax, 3d bart

3. Thomas, d. laatu

4. JoH.v, m. , and left one son,

Bryan.

5'. Rhoda, m. sir John Huband, of Ipslev,
CO. Warwick, bart.



6. Mary.
Sir Thomas d. 17IO, and was succeeded by
his eldest surviving son,

Ill.Sir BRYAN, w. Elizabeth, only da. of
sir Thomas Delves, of Doddington, co.
Chester, bart., (by his 1st lady, Jane, da. of
sb- Richard Knighlley, K.B.,)by whom he
had,

1. J AXE, b. 26 Oct. 1714, m., June 1725, sir
Rowland Hill, of Hawkstone, co. Salop,
bart.

2. Elizabeth, b. 25 Nov. 1715, d. 11 May
1725.

3. Sir Bryan, 4th bart.

Sir Bryan d. 12 Sept. 1724, and was succeed-
ed by his son,

IV. Sir BRYAN, b. 6 Jan. 1718-19, m.,
May 1738, a da. of WiUiam Forrester, esq.,
member forWenlock. He took the surname
of Delves, in addition to and after Brough-
ton, on succeeding to an estate in Cheshire
(which sir Thomas Deloes, his grandfather,
settled on him and his issue on that condi-
tion). He d. 11 Aug. 1744, leaving two sons,

1. Sir Bryax, 5th bart.

2. Sir Thomas, Gth bart.

He was succeeded bv his eldest son,

V. Sir BRYAN BROUGHTON- DEL-
VES, m. Mary, da. of Thomas Hill, of
Tern, co. Salop, esq., and d. v/i'hout issue,
1() Jan. 17(J6, and was succeeded by his bro-
ther,

VI. Sir THOMAS, in holy orders, m., 1st,
1776, Mary, da. of John Wicker, of Hasham,
esq., and by her (who m. 2dly, Henry Er-
rington, of Redrice, Andover, Hants, esq.,
d. 8 Jan. 1813,) had issue,

1. Delves, d, without issue.

2. Sir Johx-Delves, present bart.

3. H EX ry-D elves, ?«. the da. of

Pigott, of Beveres, near Vv'orcester, esq.,
and has issue,

4. Tho.-mas-Delves, m. Hester, da. of
RowUs Leigh, of Adlington Hall, co. Ches-
ter, and by her (who rf. 15 Nov. 1821) ha<l
issue, of whom INIary-^lagdalene, m., in
April 1834, Archibald M'Blaiie, esq., member
of the council and collector of customs at
Mauritius.

5. Charles-Delves, m. Marianne, da.
of M. Atkinson, of Maple Hayes, near
Lichfield, esq., who rf. 6 Jan. 1822: and
2dly, G Oct. 1825, Caroline, 2d da. of col.
William Greene, auditor general in Ben-
gal, rf.

6. Edward-Delves, m. the da. of John
Batt, of Moditonham, co. Cornwall.

7. Spexcer, rf. without issue.

8. Richard, rf. without issue.

9. Marta, m. Thomas- Langford Brooke,
of Mere-Hall, co. Chester.

10. E.mma, m. lieut.-gen. Coghlan, and rf.
22 March 1820.

11. Haxxah, m. Trafford Trafford, of
Chrightriiigton Hall, co. Chester, esq.

12. Eliza, m. John Clough, of Oxted
Hall, CO. York, esq.

13. Jemima, m. her cousin, captain W. R,
Broughton, R.N., C.B., whorf. 12 March 1821.

Sir Thomas m., 2dly, 6 June 1789, Anne
Windsor, da. of Other-Lewis, 4th earl of
Plymouth, and by her (whorf. 9 Aug. 17f'3)
had no issue. Sir Tlromas m., 3dly, 17'J4,

r 3'



106



CAYLEY.



the relict of Scott Jackson, esq. He d. 23
July 1813, and was succeeded by his eldest
son,

VII. Sir JOHN-DELVES, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 9. Argent, two bars,
gules, on a canton of the second, a cross, of



the field.

Crest — A sea-dog's head, gules, eared and
finned, argent.

Seats — At Broughton, co. Stafford, and
Aystrop, CO. Lincoln.



CAYLEY, of Bromptox, co. York.

26 April 1661.

Sir GEORGE CAYLEY, Baronet, F.R.S., M.P. for Scarborough, and
President of the Philosophical Society at Manchester, born 27 Dec. 1773,
succeeded his father, sir George, 1702 ; married, July 1705, Sarah, da.
of rev. George Walker, F.R.S., President of the Philosophical Society at

Manchester, and has issue, 1. Anne, b. 6 June 1706 ; 2. Isabella,

b. 8 Nov. 1707, m., 28 Oct. 1822, sir Thomas- Charles Style, bart.; 3.

Emma, b. 6 June 1700, m. Edward-Stillingfleet Cayley, of Wydale House,
CO. York, esq., M.P., son of John Cayley, esq., only son of rev. John

Cayley, who m. Frances, da. of the 4th bart. ; 4. George, b. June

1802, d. an infant; 5. Sarah-Philadelphia, b. 21 Oct. 180.3, ?«.,

18 Jan. 1827, William Worsley, of Hovingham, co. York, esq. ; 6.

Frances, ^*. 28 April 1805, d. an infant; 7. DIGBY, b. 13 March

1807, tn., 8 July 1830, Dorothy, 2d da. of the late rev. George Allanson,

of Ripon ; 8. Thomas, J. an infant ; 0. Catherine, b. 28 Feb.

1812, TO., 10 May 1831, Henry R. Beaumont, esq.; — —10. Mary-Agnes,
b. 1 April 1815.



This is a family of great antiquity and
originally of Norfolk, where Hugh de
Cailly was lord of Owby, temp. Ed. I. A
younger brother of the Norfolk family,
John Cayley, (great-grandson of Hugh above
named,) settled in Yorkshire, and 10th in
descent from him was,

I. Sir WILLIAM, 1st bart., m. 1668, Do-
rothy, eldest da. of sir William St. Quintin,
of Harpham , co. York, and had issue,

1. Edward, who d. young.

2. Sir William, 2d bart.

3. Arthur, m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas
Shipton, and left issue: his present repre-
sentative is Edward-Stillingfleet Cayley,
esq., who m. as above mentioned, Emma,
da. of the present bart., and has issue three
sons,

1. Edward-Stillingfleet.

2. George-John.

3. Charles-Digby.

4. CornelujS, m. Anne, da. of

Tyrwhit, of Comraeringham, co. Lincoln,
esq.

5. Hugh, d. unm.

6. , m. Thomas Simpson.

7. Anne, m. Francis, 2d son of sir Chris-
topher Wyvill, bart.

Sir William was succeeded by his eldest
surviving son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, m, Mary, da. and sole
h. of Barnaby Holbeck, of Hirchlcy Hall,
CO. Warwick, es(i., by whom he had,

1. William, d. without issue.

2. Sir Arthur, 3d bart.

3. Edward; 4. BarnabAS.
.5. Thomas; 6. ('harles.

7- Simon, In holy orders, rector of Ampt-
iiill, CO. Bedford, m , da. and co-h. of



Billingsby, of Condicot, near Stow-
In-the-Wolds, cO. Gloucester, esq., by whom
he had, _

1. Willidrn, or Scampton, co. Lincoln,
esq., secretary of embassy, and vhnrifc
^i^aff'aires, at the court of Lisbon, member



for Dover in 1752 and 1754, a commis-
sioner of excise in 1/56, and d. in 1756.

2. Arthur, in holy orders, d. without
issue.

3. Mary, m. William Hillingworth.
8. Henry; 9. John, d. without issue;
Id. Dorothy, w. sir John Legard, of

Ganton, co. York, bart.

11. Mary, d. young.

12. Esther, m. Reginald Heber, of Mar-
ten, CO. York, esq.

Sir William was succeeded by his eldest
surviving son,

III. Sir ARTHUR, m.. May 1690, Eve-
rilda, da. of George Thornhill, of Fixby, co.
York, esq., by whom (who d. 12 April 1753)
he had,

1. William, d. 1719, aged 19.

2. Arthur, d. young.

3. Sir George, 4th bart.

4. Mary, m., 19 Jan. 1726-7, Henry Mais-
ter, esq.

Sir Arthur d. 19 May 1727, aged 74, and
was succeeded by his only surviving son,

IV. Sir GEORGE, m., 31 May 1730, Phi-
ladelphia, da. of John Digby, of Mansfield
Woodhouse, co. Notts, esq., by whom (who
d. 14 Jan. 1765) he had,

1. Sir Thomas, 5th bart.

2. EvERiLDA, d. an infant.

3. Jane, (twin with Everilda,) d. unm.

4. PniLADELiMiiA, d. an infant.

5. Mary, d. an infant.

6. Geurge-William, R.N., d. unm., 3
Jan. Ifioi.

7. Dorothy, d. unm.

8. Frances, m., Feb. 1775, the rev. John
Cayley, of Bromiiton, LL.B., and rector of
Terrington, co. York (descended from Ar-
thur, 3d son of sir William Cayley, the 1st
bart.).

9. Arthur, m. Anne-Eleanor Shultz.

10. Philadelphia, rf. an infant.

11. William, d. unm.

12. Rebecca, d. an infant.



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13. DiGBV, in holy orders, rector of Thor-
manby, m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Robin-
son, of Welburn, esq., and left 3 das.,

1. Lucy, m. Arthur Cayley, esq.

2. Dorothy, m. Francis VVrangham, of
Hunmanby, A.M. and F.R.S.

3. Frances-Elizabeth, m. Thomas Smith,
M.D.

14. John, m. Catharine, da. of Richard
Langley, of Wvkeham Abbey, esq., and d.
14 Nov. 1818, leaving issue,

1. George-St.-Luke ; 2. Catharine.
3. Harriett.

15. Edward, rf. young.

Sir George d. 1791, aged 84, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

V. Sir THOMAS, m.,3 Oct. 17G3, Isabella,
da. of John Seton, of a very ancient family
in North Britain, esq., and by her (who d.
30 July 1828) had issue,

1. Sir Geohge, 6th bart.

2. Elizabeth, b. 1 Oct. 17G4, m. Benja-



min Blackden, of High Wycombe, co.
Bucks, esq.

3. Philadelphta-Sarah, b. 21 Oct. 1765,
nu Barry Slater, esq., M.D., and d. 4 Feb.
1829.

4. Isabella, 6. March 1767. ni. the right
hon. sir Launcelot Shadwell, knt., vice-
chancellor of England.

5. Anne, 6. -26 Sept. 1768, m. the rev.
George Worseley, rector of Stonegrave.

Sir Thomas d. March 1792, aged CO, and
was succeeded bv his son,

VI. Sir GEORGE, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 9. Quarterly, argent
and sable, a bend, gules, charged with three
mullets, of the first.

Crest — A demi-lion, rampant, or, charged
with a bend, gules thereon, thiee mullets
argent, in the paws a battle-axe, proper.

Seat— At Brompton, near Scarborough,
CO. York.



COOKE, of Wheat LEY, co. York.
10 May 1661.

Sir WILLTAM-BRYAN COOKE, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir
George, 2 June 1823; 6orn 3 March 1782 ; married, 8 April 1823, Isa-
bella-Cecilia-Viviana, da. of the late sir William Middleton, of Belsay

Castle, bart., and has issue, 1. Louisa-JaNetta, i. 19 April 1824;

2. Isabella-Cecilia, L 29 Dec. 1825; 3. WILLIAM-RID-
LEY-CHARLES, b. 5 Oct. 1827 ; 4. Charles-Edward-Stephen,

b. I Aug. 1829.



Bryan Cooke, of Sanvill, near Doncas-
ter, CO. York, was father of Bryan Cooke,
esq., who was a great loyalist in the civil
wars, and fined by the sequestrators £1460.

L Sir GEORGE, his 2d son, was ad-
vanced to the dignity of a bart., with re-



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