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CO. Caernarvon, and Caeran, co. Anglesea,
esq., (relict of James, 6th viscount Bulke-
ley, of Ireland,) by whom (who d. 18 Aug.
177O) he had,

1. Sir Robert, 9th bart.

2. Hugh-Rowlands, b. 10 March 1767,
captain 29th regiment of foot ; killed in
Grenada, W. I., 1795.

3. Anne-Jane, b. 2 April 1762, d. 4 Jan.
1801, unm.

4. Frances-Emma, b. 14 Sept. 1765, d.
unm., Sept. 1829.

Sir Hugh d. 19 Aug. 1794, ast. 76, and was
succeeded by his son,

IX. Sir ROBERT, b. 20 July 1764; m.,
June 1799, Anne, 2d da. of the rev. Edward
Hughes, father of lord Dinorben, by whom
(who d. 1 Dec. 1830) he had issue,

1. Sir Richard - Bulkeley, present

2. Rorkrt-Griffith, b. 26 June 1809,
m., but has no issue.

3. Arthur-Wellesley, h. 6 Dec. 1817.

4. Harriet-Georgiana, 6. 4 June 1800,
m., 10 May 1826, Brice Pearce, jun., of
Munckham, co. Essex, esq.

5. Emma, b. 3 Sept. 1803, »;., 17 Aug.
1828, Charles Eden, esq., 2d son of sir Fre-
derick Eden, bart.

6. Anne-Susanna.

7. Charlotte-Jemima, m., 27 Feb. 1834,
Stewart Paget, esq., 52d regt., eldest son of
sir Arthur Paget, G.C.B.

8. Eliza-Martha.

9. Selina-Mary.

10. Amelia-Jane.

Sir Robert d. at Nice, 1 Dec. 1030, and was
succeeded by his eldest son,


Anns—^ee Plate 10. Quarterly; 1st and
4th. Sable, a chevron, between three bulls'
heads, caboshed, argent ; a canton ermine ;
Bulkeley ; 2d and .3d. Gules, a chev-
ron, ermine, between three men's heads,
couped, and in i)rofile, proper ; Williams.

Crests — 1st. Out of a ducal coronet, a
bull's head argent, horned, or, charged with
a chevron, sable, Bulkeley; 2nd, a stag's
head caboshed, argent; Williams.

Motto — Ncc tcmere, nee timide.

Seats — Caeran, in Anglesey, and Nant, co.

CAREAY, of Haccojmb, co. Devon.

2 Aug. Km.

Sir WALTER-PALK CAREW, Baronet, born 2 July 1807, succeeded
his father, sir Henry, 1U30.

The family of Cai-etv is of great antiquity,
cos. Devon and Cornwall, being descended
in common with the Fitzgeralds, dukes of

Lcinster, Fitzmaurices, carls of Kerry,
Windsors, carls of Plymouth, and many
other noble houses from Otho or Other, a



powerful English baron in the time of king
Edward the Confessor, whose son, Walter-
Fitz Other, was, at the general survey of
England, 1078, castellan of Windsor. For
many generations the heads of the Carew
family are described as barons Carew in
England, and Hidron in Ireland, though
they do not appear to have sat in parlia-
ment as such, with the exception of Nicho-
las de Carew, who was one of those who
subscribed the celebrated barons' letter to
the pope, anno 13(i0, until George Carew
was created baron Carew, and afterwards
earl of Totness, by king James I.

Nicholas Careav, temp. Hen. VI., m.
Jane, da. of sir Hugh Courtenay, of Bo-
connoc, and h. of her mother, Philippa, da.
and h. of Waren Arcedecne, by whom he
had issue 4 sons, all founders of families,
viz. 1. Thomas, ancestor of the earl of Tot-
ness, above-named ; 2. Kirholas, of Hac-
comb, ancestor of the present bart. ; 3. Alex-
ander, of Anthony, co. Cornwall, ancestor
of sir Richard, who was created a bart.
1641, which title is now extinct ; 4. William,
ancestor of the Carewsj of Crocumb, co.

Fifth in descent from Nicholas Carew of
Haccomb above-named, was

I. Sir THOMAS, of Haccomb, created a
bart. 2 Aug. 1(j61, m. Elizabeth, eldest da.
and co.h. of sir Henry Carew, of Brick-
leigh, knt., by whom he had issue,

I. Tho.aias; 2. Thomas, both d. without

3. Henry, 2d bart.

4. Anne ; 5. Elizabeth.

6. Dorothy, m. Peter West, esq. He m.,

2dly, , da. and co-h. of Arthur Duck,

LL.D., relict of William Duck, esq., by
whom he had one da., Mary.

Sir Thomas was succeeded by his eldest
surviving son,

II. Sir HENRY, jn., 1st, Elizabeth, da.
of Thomas, 1st lord Clifford, of Chudleigh ;
2dly, Catharine, da. of John Fownes, esq.,
by neither of whom he had issue ; m., 3dly,
Gratiana, da. of Thomas Darrel, of Tre-
vemon, co. Cornwall, esq., by whom he had

1. Sir Hexry-Darrel, 3d bart.

2. Sir Thomas, 4th bart.

3. Charles.

4. Elizabeth ; 5. Frances.
6. Anne; 7. Gratiana.

Sir Henry was succeeded by his eldest

III. Sir HENRY - DARREL, d. ttnm.,
and was succeeded by his brother,

IV. Sir THOMAS, m. Dorothy, da. and
co-h. of Peter West, of Tiverton Castle,
esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, 5th bart.

2. Tho.mas.

3. Dorothea.

Sir Thomas was succeeded by his eldest son.

V. Sir JOHN, >». Elizabeth, only da. of
the rev. Henry Holdsworth, of Dartmouth,
CO. Devon, by whom (who d. ti Feb. 1817)
he had issue,

1. Dorothy-Christiana.

2. Sir Thomas, Gth bart.

3. John -West, in holy orders, w. Lyd-
ston, da. of the rev. Charles Smallwood,
and had issue,

1. John; 2. Henry-Holdsworth, d.
3. Elizabeth-Anne; 4. Timothy.
5. Charles-Smallwood, d.

4. Henry, capt. R.N., w. Maria, da. of
the rev. Fownes, and had issue,

1. Henry; 2. Anne-Cowell.
3. Harriet ; 4. Charlotte.
5. William-Somerville; (i. Elizabeth.
7. George; 8. John-Duntze.
9. Frances; 10. Dorothea.
Sir John was succeeded by his eldest son,

VI. Sir THOMAS, m., June 1777. Jane,
da. of the rev. Charles Smalwood, of Bich
Oswald, CO. Cumberland, and had issue,

1. Sir Henry', 7th bart.

2. Charles, 5. 1787, d.

3. Thomas, in holy orders, b. 15 Feb.
1788, B.D., »!., Dec. li!20, Holwav, only
da. of the late Robert Baker, of Col-
lumpton, CO. Devon, esq., and has issue,

1. Thomas ; 2. Robert.
3. Francis ; 4. A da.

4. Elizabeth, b. 22 Jan. 1780.

5. Dorothea, 6.1781, m., June 1804, sir
John Duntze, bart.

6. Marcella-Cou'ell, b. 7 ^lay 1784,
m., 3 Aug. 1805, the rev. James Coles.

7. Frances, b. 3 Sept. 1789, m., lo Sept.
1810, John -Ware Clarke, of Bridwell-
House, CO. Devon, esq.

8. Jane, b. 3 May 1793, m., June 1816,
the rev. William Rayer, rector of Tid-

Sir Thomas d. April 1805, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

VII. Sir HENRY, b. 10 Jan. 1779, m., 3
Oct. 180<j, Elizabeth, only child of Walter
Palk, of INIailey, co. Devon, esq., and had

1. Sir Walter-Palk, present bart.

2. Henry, b. 24 Oct. 1808.

3. Thomas, b. 3 May 1810.

4. Elizabeth-Palk, 6. 4 Dec. 1813, d. 16
Aug. 1818.

5. Robebt-Palk, b. 20 Oct. 1818.

Sir Henry d. 1830, and was succeeded by his
eldest son,

VIII. Sir WALTER-PALK, present
and 8th bart.

Arms — See Plate 10. Or, three lioncels,
passant, in pale, sable.

Crest — On a wreath, a main-mast, the
round-top set ofl' with pallisadoes, or, a
demi-lion issuant thereout sable.

Motto — JSil conscire sibi.

Seat — At Haccomb, near Chudleigh, co.

MILBANKE, of Halnaby, co. York.

7 Aug. IGGl.

Sir JOHN-PENISTON MILBANKE, Baronet, horn 20 Aug. 1775,
succeeded his uncle, sir Ralph Noel, 19 March 1825 ; manned, 1 Sept.
1799^ Eleanor, voungest da. of Julines Herring, of Jamaica, esq., and by

her (who d. July 1819) had issue, 1. JOHN-RALPH, b. 5 Nov. 1800,

secretary of legation to the Germanic Confederation; 2. Eleaxor-

JuDiTii, b. 4 Feb. 1802, ?«., 22 May 1828, Burman Lauga, son of Thomas
Lauga, of Bath, esq.; 3. Elizabeth-Cathejiixe, b. 7 Sept. 1803, d.



13 Sept. 1826 ; 4. Anna-Maria, b. 30 April 1805, m., 2 May 1825,

Arthur Moore, esq., youngest son of the hon. Arthur Moore, of Queen's

County, judge of the Common Pleas in Ireland ; 5. Emily-Mary, b.

8 Sept. 180G, m., 3 Aug. 1826, Edward- Thomas Copley, of Nether Hall,
CO. York, esq. ; 6. Louisa-Dorothy, b. 25 Dec. 1807; 7« Har-
riett-Laura, b. 31 Jan. 1809. Sir John m.. 2dly, 2 Jan. 1821, Eliza-
beth, da. of capt. James Fenwick, half-pay independent corps, and widow
of Thomas Grey, M.D.

Ralph Milbanke, cup-bearer to Mary,
queen of Scots, fighting a duel in Scotland,
v/as obliged to retire into England, where
he purchased an estate called Chirton, near
North Shields, co. Northumberland, where
he d.

I. Sir MARK, his great-grandson, was
created a bart. 7 Aug. KiGl. He m. Eliza-
beth, da. and h. of John Acclome, of
Moorby, co. York, esq., by whom he had

1. Su-Mark, 2d bart.

2. Acclome, m., 1st, , of Cam-
bridge, and had issue,

1. Mary ; 2. Elizabeth.
And, 2dly, Anne, da. of Timothy Da-
vison, esq. and left,
3. Mark.

3. Ralph, m. Anne, da. of dr. Martin,
and left issue,

1. Mark.

2. Dorothy ; both d. without issue.

4. John, m. Mary, da. and h. of Timothy
Robson, and left issue,

1. John ; 2. Elizabeth.

6. Elizabeth, m. Nicholas Cole, eldest
son of sir Ralph Cole, bart.

Sir Mark m., 2dly, Faith, da. of Tho-
mas Acclome, of Bonwick, co. York, esq.,
(cousin to his 1st wife,) but by her he had
no issue ; and d. June 1(J80, was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir MARK. m. Jane, only da. of sir
Ralph Carr, of Cocken, co. Durham, knt.
(by Jane, da. of sir Francis Anderson,
knt.,) by whom (who d. May 1704) he had

1. Sir Mark, 3d bart.

2. Ralph, 4th bart.

3. Acclome; 4. William.

5. John ; 6. Jane.

7. Elizabeth, d. tinm.

8. Judith, m. Cuthbert Routh, esq.

9. Dorothy, m. John Milbank, esq., her

Sir Mark d. May 1G98, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

III. Sir MARK, d. May 17(»r), unm., and
was succeeded by his brother,

IV. Sir RALPH, m., 1st, May I7O8, Eli-
zabeth D'Arcy, eldest sister of Robert, earl
of Holderness, by whom he had issue,

1. Bridoet, m., 1st, sir Butler-Cavendish
Wentworth, bart.; and 2dly, mr. Murray.

Sir Ralph m., 2(lly, Anne, da. of Edward
Delaval, of South Dissington, co. North-
umberland, es(}., by whom he had issue,

2. Sir Ralph, .5th bart.

3. Edward, m. Mary Terry, by whom
he had issue,

1. Edward, d. without issue.

2. Ralph, capt. R.N., d. 28 Nov. 1823.

3. Mary, m. the rev. John Nelson.

4. Anne, m. William Russell, of Bran-
ceth Castle, co. Durham, esq.

5. Judith, ni. J. Nelson, esq., R.N.

4. Mark, d. March 1805, admiral of the
white, and ambassador to Morocco, 17<>0;
m. Mary Webber, by whom (who d. Dec.
1812) he had issue,

1. Ralph, lost at sea, 1790.

2. Harriet, m. Tilman, esq., of


3. Elizabeth -Emily, m. the right hon.
William Huskisson, esq., M.P.

5. John, in. Mary Wentworth, (sister to
Charles, marquess of Rockingham,) by
whom he had issue, Mary, m. John Gage,
esq., brother to lord Gage, and son of the
hon. gen. Thomas Gage, and d. 2 April
1798, leaving issue several children.

6. Rev, Francis, rector of Croft, co.
York, d. unm.

7. Acclome, a major, d. unm. at the Ha-

Sir Ralph d. May 1748, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

V. Sir RALPH, m. Elizabeth, da. and
co-h. of J(jhn Hed worth, of Chester-le-
Street, co. Durham, esq., by whom he had

1. Sir Ralph, 6th bart.

2. John, rf. 12 March 1800; m. Cornelia,
da. of sir William Chambers, knt., who rf.
1 March 1795, by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John-Peniston, present bart.

2. Henry-Ralph, in the army, b. Feb.
1787, rf.wiw., July 1811.

3. William, b. Aug. 1777. d. unnu

4. Cornelia, 6. 1779, d. young.

3. Elizabeth, m., 13 April 1769, Pennis-
ton Lambe, viscount Melbourne, and d. G
April 1818.

Sir Ralph d. 8 Jan. 1793, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

VI. Sir RALPH, ??i., 1777, Judith, sister
and co-h. of Thomas Noel, last viscount
Wentworth, and by her (who rf. 28 Jan.
1822) had an only child,

Anne-Isabklla, b. 17 May 1792, m., 2
Jan. 1815, George, lord Byron, who d. 28
April 1824.

Sir Ralph took the surname and arras of
NoKL only, by royal sign manual 1815; d.
without issue male, 19 March 1825, and was
succeeded by his nephew,


Ai-nht — See Plate 10. Gules, a bend, er-
mine, on a canton, or, a lion's head erased
of the field.

C/y-it — A lion's head, gules, charged with
a bend, ermine.

St'iit — At Hahiaby, near Darlington, co.

SMIJTH, of Hill Hall, co. Essex.

28 Nov. 1661.

Sir JOHN SMIJTH, Baronet, Commander R.N., born 8 June 1782,
succeeded his hrother, sir Thomas, Oct. 1833, and is unmarried.



JOHX S.MiJTH was high sheriff of the cos.
of Essex and Hertford, 3(i Hen. VHI.; m.
Agnes, da. and co-h. of Charnock, and had,
besides other issue, 1. George, his son and
h. ; 2. Sir TJioman, who was chancellor of
the garter temp. Edw. VI.

George S.mijth, eldest son of John, was
father of

Sir William, knt., who was father of

I. Sir THOMAS, created a bart., 28 Nov.
1661; m., 1st, Johanna, da. of sir Edward
Altham, of ^lark Hall, co. Essex, knt., by
whom he had issue,

1. Thomas, d. young.

2. Sir Edward, 2d bart.

3. Jajies, m. EUzabeth, da. of sir Robert
Parkhurst, knt.

4. Charles, in holy orders, d, without

5. William, a merchant.

6. John, m. Anne, da. of mr. Linch, by
whom he had issue, Amie, in. Thomas Mil-
ner, esq.

7. Hexry.

8. Leventhorp, d. young.

9. Altham, barristei'-at-law ; m., 1st,
Susan, da. of mr. Gore, relict of sir Richard
Munden, knt., by whom he had issue,

1. Althamia, b. 1683, m. Nathan, eldest
son of John Parkhurst: hem., 2dly, Lucy,

da. of Hatton, relict of Thomas

Steward, esq., by whom be had,

2. Lucy, b. 1692.

10. George.

Sir Thomas m., 2dly, Beatrice, 3d da. of
Francis-Annesley, viscount Valentia, and
relict of sir John Lloyd, knt. ; by her he
had no issue. He d. 1G68, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

11. Sir EDWARD, m. Jane, da. of Peter
Vandeput, of London, esq., by whom he
had four sons and two das., of whom five
d. in their infancy. He d. 1713, and was
succeeded bv his only surviving son,

III. Sir EDWARD, b. 1686, m., 1st, Anne,
da. of the right hon. sir Charles Hedges,
knt., LL.D., (judge of the high court of
admiralty, and one of the secretaries of
state to king William III. and queen Anne,)
who d. 18 Oct. 1719, by whom he had issue,

1. Sir Edward, 4th bart.

2. Sir Charles, 5th bart.

3. Thomas, rf. unm., Dec. 1752.

4. Peter, d. an infant.

5. The rev. sir William, 6th bart.

6. AxNE, d. unm.

Sir Edward m., 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of John
Wood, esq., who d. without issue, 23 May

Sir Edward d. Aug. 1744, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IV. Sir EDWARD, b. 12 Nov. 1710, m.
Elizabeth, da. and h. of Thomas Johnson,
of Milton Bryant, co. Bedford, esq., who
d. 22 June 1770.

Sir Edward d. 4 March 1/60, without is-

sue, and was succeeded bv his brother,

V. Sir CHARLES, m., 11 April 17G0,
Elizabeth, da. of John Burgess, of London,
esq., who d. Feb. 177' *•

Sir Charles d. without issue, 24 March
1773, and was succeeded bv his brother,

VI. The rev. sir WILLIAM, rector of
Theydon Mount, and of Stapleford Taw-
ney, co. Essex; m. Abigail, da. of Andrew
Wood, of Shrewsbury, esq., and by her
(who d. 28 Feb. 1787) he had issue,

1. Sir William, 7th bart.

2. Charles, m. Philadelphia, da. of sir
George Vandeput, bart., by whom he had
two das., and d. May 1792.

3. Rev. Richard, rector of Great War-
ley, b. 4 ]March 175(;, m. Charlotte, da. of
James Montague, of Lackham House, co.
Wilts, esq., and d. Nov. 1811.

4. Elizabeth, m., 1776, George Hand-
field, esq., capt. in the army, of Serlby
Hall, CO. Notts.

5. Mary-Anne; 6. Emma, both d. in-

Sir William d. 25 Jan. 1777, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

VII. Sir WILLIAM, col. of the West
Essex militia, b. 23 April 1746, m., 22 ^larch
1779, Anne, only da. of John Windham, of
Waghen, co. York, who took the name of
Bovvyer, and by her (who d. 20 Dec. 1815)
had issue,

1. William, b. 4 June 1780, d. unm. 1802.

2. Sir Thomas, 8th bart.

3. Sir John, 9th bart.

4. Edward, b. 1 March 1785, in holy or-
ders, sometime vicar of Camberwell, and
chaplain in ordinary to his majesty; m., 29
May 1813, Letitia-Cicely, youngest da. of
John Weyland, of Woodeaton, co. Oxen,

5. Joseph, b. 19 May 1792, took the sur-
name of Windham, in addition to and after
Smijth, and also the arms of Windham, by
royal sign manual, 1823; m., 10 Aug. 1824,
Katherine, da. of John Trotter, of Dar-
ham Park, Middlesex, esq.

6. Charlotte, b. 20 Dec. 1790.

7. Caroline, b. 12 April 1796, m., 29 May
I8I7. Augustus-James-Champion de Cres-
pigny, esq., son of sir William-Champion
de Crespigny, bart.

Sir William d. 1 May 1823, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

Vin. Sir THOMAS, 8th bart., 6. 6 Feb.
1781, d. s.p. 5 Oct. 1833, and was succeeded
by his next brother,

IX. Sir JOHN, present and 9th bart.

Arms — See Plate 10. Sable, a fess, dan-
cette, argent, billety between three lioncels,
rampant, guardant, argent, each supporting
an altar, or, flaming proper.

Crest — A salamander in flames, proper.

Sea^«— Hill Hall, and Hortham Hall, both
CO. Essex.

TREVELYAN, of Nettlecombe, co. Somerset.

24 Jan. 16G1-2.

Sir JOHN TREVELYAN, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir John,
April 1828; married, Aug. \'id\, Maria, da. of sir Thomas-Spencer \Vil-

son, of Charlton, co. Kent, l)art., and has issue, 1. John-Wilson, b.

1794, d. an infant ; 2. George-Thomas, b. 1795, d. an infant ;-

Maria-Jane, m. rev. Noel-Thomas Ellison, rector of Huntspill, co. Somer-
set ; 4. WALTER-CALVERLEY, b. 1797: 5. Julia, 6. 1798 ;

6. Raleigh, i. 1800, d. 1814 ; 7. Emsia, b. 1801, tw., 22 June



1830, Alexander- Wadh am Wyndham, esq., 2d son of William Wyndham,
of Dinton Park, co. Wilts, esq.; 8. Arthur, h. 1802; 9. Ed-
ward-Spencer, b. 1805, 7H., 1833, Catherine-Anne, da. of John Forster,

esq. ; 10. Beatrice, b. 1809, w., 13 May 1830, Ernest- Augustus

Perceval, capt. 15th hussars, youngest son of the right hon. Spencer Per-
ceval ; 11. Alfked-Wilson, b. 1807, tn. Matilda-Margaret, da. of

John Boyce, of Limerick, esq., and d. 1831, leaving issue, one son, Alfred-

Wilson, b. 1831
■roline, b. 1815.

42. Laura-Agnes, b. 1811

13. Helena-Ca-

This ancient family is said to take its
name from Treveli/an, in the parish of St.
Veepe, near Fowey, co. Cornwall : it ap-
pears, however, to have been settled at Net-
tlecombe, at least as early as the 14th cen-

I.'Sir HEORGE was created abart. 24 Jan.
16tjl ; m. Mary, da. and sole h. of John Wil-
loughby, esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

2. Mary, m. Edmund Wyndham, of
Kentsford, co. Somerset, esq.

3. Margaret, m. sir Thomas Putt, bart.
He was succeeded by his only surviving son,

II. Sir JOHN, b. 10/0, m., 1st, Urith, da.
of sir John Pole, bart., by whom he had

1. A DA., d. an infant.

He m., 2dly, Susanna, da. and h. of Wil-
liam Warren, of Stallenstlioni, co. Devon,
esq , by whom he had issue,

2. John, rf. unm.

3. Francis, d. an infant.

4. Sir George, 3d bart.

5. Margaret, m. Alexander Luttrell, of
Dunster Castle, co. Somerset, esq.

6. Mary; 7. Elizabeth, both d. young,
8. Susanna; 9. Anne.

Sir John d. 25 Sept. 1755, and was succeeded
bv his only surviving son,

"HI. Sir GEORGE, b. 1707, m. Julia, only
da. of sir Walter Calverley, of Calverley, co.
York, bart., (and h. of her brother, Walter
Calverley, who took the surname of Blacket
1734, and d. 1777j) and by her (who d. 28 Dec.
1787) had issue,

1. Sir John, 4th bart.

2. Julia, b. 1734, m.
Yea, bart.

3. Susanna, nu, 17')4,
Bessingby, co. York, esq.

4. Charlotte, m., 1st, 1757, Tobias Freer,
esq., and 2dly, mons. de Colaseau.

5. Frances, m., 17<)1, capt. James Field.
(J.Walter, m., 1st, 1772, Charlotte, eldest

da. and co-h. of James Thornton, of Ne-
therwitton,esq., and had issue,

1. Walter-Blackett,rf. IHIH.

2. Raleigh, m., l!il!), Elizabeth, da. of
Robert Grey, of Shorestone, co. North-

175G, sir William
John Hudson, of

umberland, and has issue.
He m., 2dly, Margaret-Hitchen, of Corn-
wall, and had issue,

3. Walter-Calverley, m.

4. Julia-Anne, m. Johns, esq.,

of Cornwall ; 5. Frances.

Sir George d. 28 Dec. 1768, and was. suc-
ceeded by his son,

IV. Sir JOHN, 4t,h bart., b. G Feb. 1735,
m., April 1757, Louisa-Marianna, da. and
co-h. of Peter Symond, esq., merchant in
London, and by her (who rf. 1772) he had

1. Sir John, 5th bart.

2. Rev. Walter, vicar of Henbury, and
rector of Nettlecomb, co. Somerset, m.
Charlotte, 3d da. of the late John Hudson,
of Bessingby, co. York, esq., by whom he
had 5 sons, and 5 das. : of whom Louisa, eld-
est da., m., 23 Sept. 1813, Horace Mann,
of Linton Place, co. Kent, esq. ; Julia, 2d da.,
m., 2 April 1834, G. Lowther, of Ashley, in
the New Forest, esq. : Anna, m., July 26,
1825, Bickham, eldest son of rev. Thomas
Escolt, of Hartrow-house, co. Somerset ;
rev. Walter d. 3 Nov. 1830, at. 67.

3. George, in holy orders, archdeacon of
Bath, and canon residentiary of the cathe-
dral of Wells, m. Harriet, 3d da. of sir Rich-
ard Neave, bart,, and d. 1827, leaving issue,
6 sons and 3 das,, of whom George, the eld-
est, m., 2 April 1833, Frances-Anne, only da.
of lieut,-col, Lumsden,

4. William-Pitt, rf.

5. WiLLOUGHBY, d. 1785.

6. Edward ; 7- Julia, both rf.
8. Louisa, rf, 1811.

Sir John rf. April 1828, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

V. Sir JOHN, present bart.
Arms—i^ee Plate 10, Gules, a demi-horse,

argent, hoofed and maned, or, issuing out
of water, in base, proper,

Cffist — Two arms, counter embowed, pro-
per, habited, azure, holding in the hands a

Motto — Time frinth troth.

Seats — At Nettlecorabe, near Taunton,
CO. Somerset, and Leahill, near Iloniton,
CO. Devon.

OSBORN, of Chicksand, co. Bedford.

11 Feb. lGOl-2.

Sir JOHN OSBORN, Baronet, D.C.L., succeeded his father, sir
George, 29 June 1818; a Cornniissioner for auditing the Public Accounts,
Colonel of tlie Bed ford shire IMilitia, and some time Knight of the Shire for
Bedford; born '6 Dec. 1772; married, 14 Sept. 1809, Frederica-Louisa,

da. of sir Charles Davers, bart., and has issue, 1. Elizareth-

Heneage, b. 4 Sept. 1811 ; 2. Louisa-Anne, b. 30 Aug. 1812;

3. GEORGE-ROBERT, b. 29 Oct. 1813; 4. Charles-Davers, b.

17 April 1819; 5. Joiin-Brownlow, b. o April 1822; C. Mon-



tagu-Fraxcis-Fixcii, h. 20 May 1824;
Aug. 1827.

-7. Danvers-Henry, b. 2o

Peter Osborv, esq., son of Richard Os-
born, of Tyld Hall, co. Essex, was trea-
surer's remembrancer of the Exchequer,
and keeper of the privy purse to king Ed-
ward VI., and a high commissioner for ec-
clesiastical affairs in the reign of queen
Elizabeth. He purchased Chicksand abbey,
15/6, which property has continued in the
family, descending regularly from father to
son, ever since. He m. Anne, da. of dr.
Blythe, (by Alice, sister to sir John Cheeke,)
by whom he had eleven sons and eleven
das. ; his eldest son was,

I. Sir JOHN, the 1st bart., m. Eleanor,
da. of Charles Danvers, and niece of sir
John Danvers, of Dauntzey, co. Wilts, knt.,
by whom (who d. 16 Nov. 16/3) he had

1. Sir JoHX, 2d bart.

2. Margaret, m. William Stroud, of
Harrington, co. Somerset, esq.

3. Elizabeth, m. Leonard Diggs, of
Chilham Castle, co. Kent, esq.

Sir John d. 5 Feb. 1698, aged 83, and was
succeeded by his son,

II. Sir JOHN, b. 1659, m., 1st, Elizabeth,
da. of William Stroud, of Barrington,
above named, and by her (who d. 1683) had

1. Elizabeth, d. young.

2. John, d. 1719, during the lifetime of
his father; m. Sarah, only da. of George
Byng, viscount Torrington, first lord of the
admiralty, and admiral of the fleet of Great
Britain ; and by her (who d. Nov. 1/75) he

1. Elizabeth; 2. John; 3. George.

4. John, who all d. young.

5. Sir Danvers, 3d bart.

Sir John m., 2dly, Martha, da. of sir John
Kelynge, knt., serjeant-at-law, by whom
(who d. 1713) he had issue,

3. Charles, 6. 16U8, d. 1708, unm.

4. Peter, b. 1690, was captain of the
royal hospital at Greenwich ; d. 1754, m.
Mary, eldest da. of Francis, lord Brudenell,
and relict of Richard, 5th viscount Moly-
neux, by whom he had,

1. George, 6. 1722, d. young.

2. Charles, b. 1723, an officer in the 90th
regt. of foot.

3. Frances-Maria, b. 1720.

5. Robert, who was chief clerk of the
admiralty and one of the commissioners of

the navy; m. Anne, da. of Morley,

and had,

1. George, b. 1726.

2. Lydia-Maria, m. William Lowndes,
esq., commissioner of the excise; d. in
childbed, 22 Jan. 1773.

3. Anne; 4. Margaret.

6. Henry, admiral of the white; m.
Mary, da. of Richard Hughes, esq., com-
missioner of the navy, by whom he had,

1. Henry, page to George II., who d.

2. William; 3. Louisa.

4. Charlotte, m., 1784, Benjamin, after-
wards sir Benjamin Caldwell, G.C.B., and
d. 1819.

5. Mary.

7. Thomas, D.C.L., rector of Campton
and Clifton, co. Bedford, prebendary of
Salisbury and Lincoln; nu, 1st, Mary, da.
of sir John Willys, bart., and relict of Ed-
ward Snagg, esq. ; she d. 1756, and he re-m.

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