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Henrietta, d. lanru
Sir William d. without male issue, 12 Jan.
1758, and was succeeded by his cousin,

IV. Sir SAMUEL, son of John, 3d son of
sir Robert, 1st bart., m., but d. without
issue, 15 May 1768, and was succeeded by
his kinsman,

V. Sir NATHANIEL, son of Nathaniel,
3d son of sir Robert, 1st bart.; ?»., 1783,
Katherine, sister of John Warde, of Squer-
ries, CO. Kent, esq., and by her (who d. 29
Sept. 1823) had issue,

1. Samuel, capt. 7th dragoons, drowned
on his return from Spain, 22 Jan. 1810.

2. Sir John-Lloyd, present bart.

3. Charles-Egebton, b. 1787, d. an in-
fant.

4. Katherine, h. 7 Feb. 1789.

5. Henry-Robert, in holy orders, rector
of St. Giles, Reading, and Walthara, co.
Berks, b. 1 Jan. 1791.

(j. Charles-Egerton, b. 31 March 1792,

in the service of the E. I. C, m., 11 July

1833, Dorothea, da. of John Luscombe, of

Combe Royal, co. Devon, esq., and has issue,

Lloyd, h. 25 May 1834.

7. Frederick, b. 1793, d. an infant.
Sir Nathaniel d. 20 Oct. 1824, and was sivc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

VI. Sir JOHN-LLOYD, present bart.
Anns — See Plate 11. Argent, a cross,

voided, pointed, sable.

Crest — Out of a dvical crown, or, a dexter
arm and hand, proper, clothed, gules, hold-
ing the sun in glory.

Motto — Vbi amor ibi fides.

Seat — Stanlake, co. Berks.



BURDETT, of Burthwaite, co. York.
25 July 1665.

Sir CHARLES-WINDHAM BURDETT, Baronet, Lieiit.-col. in the
Army, Lorn 19 July 1771? succeeded his father, sir Charles, 19 July 1803.



This family is descended from Almaricus
de Burdett, who held lands in Skelmer-
Ihorpe, temp. Hen. III. His son Robert ac-
quired by marriage with Idonea, da. and h.
of sir Robert de Baliol, (by Margaret, da.
and h. of sir Robert de Denly,) the lordship
of Denly, which continued to be the resi-
dence of the elder branch of the family till
J615.



I. Sir FRANCIS, 1st bart., m., 21 Oct.

16(J9, Frances, da. of — Stephenson,

CO. Lincoln, esq., (who d. June 1(579,) rf.
about 1/19, and was succeeded by his eldest
son,

n. Sir FRANCIS, 6. 2 Aug. 1675, »;., 31
July 1710, Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Charles
Windham, of Stokesby, co. Norfolk, esq.,
widow of Windham Barnham, esq., (by



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OGLANDER.



Elizabeth, da. of sir Thomas Berney, bart,)
by whom he had issue,

1. Sir Hugh, 3d bart.

2. Sir Charles, 4th bart.

And 12 other children, all d. young or unm.
He d. 1748, and his lady 1758, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

HI. The rev. sir HUGH, b. 18 Nov. 1715,
who was vicar of Newington, co. Kent, d.
unm. Sept. 17(iO, and was succeeded by his
brother,

IV. Sir CHARLES, m., 1st, Jane, da. of

Harrison, of York, (who d. circa 1763,) and
had issue five children, who all d. in their
infancy. He m., 2dly, 26 Sept. 1770, Sarah,
da. of Joseph Halsey, merchant, at Boston,

in New England, widow of Phillips,

of Boston, and had issue,

1. Sir Charles-Windham, present bart.

2. George-Savjlle, 6. 18 Aug. 1774, ma-
jor in the army, killed with his wife and
only child in the hurricane at S. Lucia, 21



Oct. 1817 ; m. Sophia, sister of lieut.-col.
Wilkins, K.C.B.

3. Jerome, b. 27 Sept. 1778, capt. 34th

foot, m. Elizabeth, da. of Bulleyn, of

Ireland, d, 17 March, leaving issue by her,
whorf. 3 June 1821,

1. Charles-Went worth, b. 26 Dec. 1806,
in the army in India.

2. Ellen.

4. Sarah.

5. Elizabeth, m., 14 Jan. 1802, William-
Hugh Burgess, esq., of Birchin Lane, Lon-
don, awAd. 22 Feb. 1810.

Sir Charles d. 19 July 1803, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

V. Sir CHARLES-WINDHAM, present
bart.

Arms — See Plate 11. Paly of six, argent,
and sable on a bend, gules, three martlets,
or.

Crest — On a tower, argent, a martlet, with
wings displayed, or.



OGLANDER, of Nunwell, in the Isle of Wight, co. Hants.

12 Dec. 16G5.

Sir WILEIAM OGLANDER, Baronet, born 13 Sept. 1769, succeeded
liis father, sir WiUiam, 4 Jan. 1806, and was M.P. 1812, for Bodmin;
married., 20 May 181j0, Maria-Anne, eldest da. of George-Henry, present

duke of Grafton, and has issue, 1. HENRY, h. 24 June 1811 ; 2.

William, b. 27 July 1813; 3. Charlotte-Maria, b. 28 March

1818.



Roger de Okelandre, the first of this
family in England, (said to have come from
Caen, in Normandy, with William the Con-
queror,) settled at Nurncell, in the Isle of
Wight, which he and his successors, in an
uninterrupted male line, have, from that
to the present time, made the place of their
residence; and we find some of them, in
the very early deeds and evidences, pur-
chasing and disposing of lands, styled lords
of Nimivell. It is plain, from the most
authentic records, that this family lived
there in the time of Henry III., Edward I.,
and Edward II., and were possessed of the
same lands ; as appears by inquisitions then
taken.

Sir John Oglander, knt., was appoint-
ed deputy-governor of Portsmouth, by
William, earl of Pembroke, l(i20, which
he resigned 1624, on being made deputy-
governor of the Isle of Wight ; m. Frances,
da. of sir George Moore, of Loseley, co.
Surrey, knt., chancellor of the most noble
order of the garter, and had issue,

1. George, d. abroad on his travels, 1632.

2. Sir William, 1st bart.

3. John, fellow of New College, Oxford.

4. Richard, m. Eleanor Webbe.

5. Anne, m. sir Stci)hen Lennard, of
West Wickham, co. Kent, bart.

6. Frances, m. Robert Clarke, of Wemb-
don, near Hridgewater, co. S(nnerset, esq.

7. Bridget, m. Robert, son of sir Ro-
bert Eaton, of Shropshire.

1. Sir WILLIAM OGLANDER, knt.,
was, 1664, appointed deputy-governor of
the island; and in l(i()5, in consideration
of his own loyalty, and his father's suffer-
ings for a zealous attachment to the royal
cause, was, by Charles II., created a bart.
At the Restoration he was elected M.P. for
Newport. Sir William ni. Dorothy, da. of
sir Francis Gierke, of llitcham, co. Bucks,
by whom he had.



1. John, d. young.

2. Sir John, 2d bart.

3. George ; 4. William, both ri. young.

5. Frances, d. young.

6. Dorothy, d. young.

7. Dorothea, m. sir Hugh Middleton,
of Hackney, co. Middlesex, bart.

Sir William d. about 1671, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

II. Sir JOHN, m. Mary, da. of William
Webb, esq., alderman of London, by whom
(who d. about 1680) he had,

1. Sir William, 3d bart.

2. Margaret, m. Christopher Myngs,
esq.

3. Amy ; 4. Frances; .5. Mary.

6. Hannah, m. Matthew Combe, M.D.

7. Dorothy.

Sir John d. about 1685, and was succeeded
by his only son,

III. Sir WILLIAM, m. Elizabeth, da. of
sir John Strode, of Parnham, co. Dorset,
knt., (by his 2d wife, Anne, relict of John,
2(1 lord Poulet, of Hinton St. Gt>orge, co.
Somerset, and da. of sir Thomas Browne,
bart.,) by whom he had,

1. Sir John, 4th bart.

2. Anne, d. iinm.

3. Elizabeth, ?>?., 1st, Robert Holmes,
and, 2dly, Robert Haldane, esqs,

4. Frances, m. Henry Harris, of Silk-
stead, CO. Hants, esq.

Sir William d. in Aug. 1734, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

IV. Sir JOHN, who, in 1764, in right of
his mother, (the other children of sir John
Strode, her father, dying without issue,)
became heir of that ancient family. He m.,
1720, Margaret, da. of John Coxe, of Stone
Easton, co. Somerset, esq., by whom he
had,

1. Sir WiLMAM, 5th bart.

2. John, warden of New College, Oxford,
m., 1776, Jane-Mary, only da. of the rev. mr.



NELTHORPE.



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Ravne, of Netherburgh, co. Dorset. He
rf. 13 Jan. 1/94, set. 6(1, and she 27 Jan. 1829.

3. Henry, a fellow of Winchester Col-
lege, d. 16 March 1814.

4. Margaret, d. num.

5. Anxe, d. yonng.

6. Elizabeth, m., 1st, m Jan. 1/62, sir
Gerrard Napier, of More Critchell, co. Dor-
set, bart., who d. in 1765 ; and, 2dly, in
1779. James Webb, esq., who d. 1786: she
d. 16 Oct. 1814.

7- Frances, d. unm.

8, Susannah, m., in 1763, John Glynn,
of Glynn, in Cornwall, esq., serjeant-at-law,
recorder of London, and M.P. for Middle-
sex.

Sir John rf. 11 May 1767, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

V. Sir WILLIAM, h. 8 July 1733, m.,
21 Dec. 1765, Sukey, da. of Peter Serle, of
Testwood, near Southampton, esq., (by his
2d w'fe, Susanna, da. of sir John Ston-
house, bart., of Radley, co. Berks,) and by
her (who rf. July 18(14) had issue,

1. John, who rf. an infant.

2. Sir WiLLiAur, present bart.

3. Henry, rf. an infant.

4. JoH.v, fellow of Merton College, Ox-
ford, rf. 30 Oct. 1825.



5. Peter, rector of East Stoke, co. Dor-
set, rf. 18i»7-

fi. Richard, of Fairlee, in the Isle of
Wioht, sometime consul at Tunis, m,, 27
Jan. 1811, Caroline, da. of Charles Tulin,
Swedish consul at Tunis, by whom (who rf.
29 June 1826) he had issue,

1. John-William, h. 21 June 1826.

2. Caroline ; 3. Susan-Margaret
4. Frances ; 5. Matilda.

6. Elizabeth-Laura.

7. Henry, heut.-col. in the army.

8. Sukey-Margaret, m., 1800, her cou-
sin, the rev. Anthony-William Glynn, rec-
tor of Kingstone, in the Isle of Wight, and
of Lesnewth, co. Cornwall.

9. Elizabeth-Anne, rf. an infant.

10. Frances-Dorothea.

11. Anne, rf. an infant.

Sir William rf. 4 Jan. 1806, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

VI. Sir WILLIAM, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 12. Azure, a stork, be-
tween three cross crosslets, fytche, or.

Crest — A bear's head, couped, or, his
mouth embrued, gules.

Motto — Servare miojia vitce.

Seats — At Nunwell, near Ryde, in the
Isle of Wight; and at Parnham, co. Dorset.



NELTHORPE, of Gray's Inn, co. Middlesex.

10 May 1GG6.

Sir JOHN NELTHORPE, Baronet, bor?i 1814, succeeded his uncle,
sir Henry, 12 May 1830.



Christopher Nelthorpe, of Staple-
hurst, CO. Kent, is the first of this family
we have any account of. He was great-
great-grandfather of

I. Sir JOHN, of Gray's Inn, the 1st bart.
i who founded two free schools co. Lincoln,
at Scawby and Glamfordbriggs,) was created
a bart., with remainder, on failure of issue
male of his body, to his nephew, Goddard
Nelthorpe, eldest son of his younger bro-
ther, Edward Nelthorpe, of Glamfordbriggs,
CO. Lincoln. Sir John rf. num., 1669, and
was succeeded, pursuant to the limitation
of his patent, by his said nephew,

II. Sir GODDARD, m. Dorothy, da. of
Hugh Henne, of Rooksnest, co. Surrey,
esq., relict of Nicholas Poultney, esq., by
whom (who rf. about 1716) he had issue,

1. Henry, rf, in the lifetime of his father,
having m. Anne, only da. and h. of Na-
thaniel Hobson, esq., by whom he had,

1. Sir Montagu, 3d bart.

2. Sir Henry, 5th bart.

3. Anne.

His wife surviving him, was afterwards
»n. to Paris Slaughter, esq.

2. John, who is supposed to have rf.
without issue.

3. Edward, m. Anne, da. of sir William
Costwick, bart., and rf. 24 Dec. 1728, with-
out issue.

4. Richard, a goldsmith in London.

Sir Goddard rf. 22 Jan. 1703, and was suc-
ceeded by his grandson,

III. Sir MONTAGUE, eldest son of
Henry, m. Elizabeth, only da. and h. of
Henry Coxwell, esq., (by Lenna, sister and
h. of sir William Dodwell, knt.,) and rf. 21
Feb. 1721, leaving issue by her (who d. 1713)
an only son,

IV. Sir HENRY, successor to his father,
rf. 16 March 1728; upon his death the dig-
nity and estate went to his uncle,



V. Sir HENRY, 2d son of Henry, eldest
son of sir Goddard, m., 1st, a sister of Tho-
mas Seaman, of St. Andrew's, co. Suffolk,
esq., which lady rf. July 1740, leaving two
das., one of whom m. Joseph Smith, esq.,
and rf. a widow in 1770. Sir Henry m., 2dly,
Elizabeth, da. of mr. Brampston, and relict
of Joseph Woolmore, of Castlethoi-pe, co.
Lincoln, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir John, 6th bart.

2. Charlotte, h. 29 Jan. 1742, m. the
rev. Robert-Carter Thelwall, of Redbourae,
CO. Lincoln, and had issue, 1 da., Charlotte,
who m., 21 July 1791, William, 8th duke of
.St. Alban's, and rf. without issue.

3. Catharine, rf. Oct. 1780.

Sir Henry rf. 1746, and was succeeded by his
only son,

VI. Sir JOHN, b. 5 March 1745, m., in
1772, Charlotte, da. of Andrew Willoughby,
esq., and by her (who rf. Feb. 1829, aet. 80,)
had issue,

1. Anna-Maria-Charlotte, >»., 18{Vi,
John-Plomer Clarke, of Welton Place, co.
Northampton, esq.

2. Sir Henry, 7th bart.

3. Frances-Mary, m., 1802, the rev. sir
Charles Anderson, of Lea, co. Lincoln, bart.

4. John, of Ferriby, rf. 1824, having m.,
13 Dec. 1810, Mary-Anne, 3d da. of John
Brooke, of Bardney Hall, co. York, esq., by
whom (who rf. 13 May 1811) he had issue,

1. Sir John, present bart.

2. Henry, 6. 1820 ; 3. Charlotte.
',. Montague, rf. an infant.

Sir John rf. 14 June 1799, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

VII. Sir HENRY, h. 25 Dec. 1773; //(.,
18117. Margaret, da. of James Duthie, co.
Stirling, N.B., esq., but rf. without issue, 12
May 1830, and was succeeded by his ne-
phew,

VIII. Sir JOHN, present and 8th bart.

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TWISDEN.— MARTIN.



Arms — See Plate 12. Argent, on a pale,
sable, a sword, erect, of the first, hilt and
pommel, or.

Crest — Out of clouds, an arm, couped.



lying fessewise, holding in the hand a
sword erect, argent, hilt and pommel, or.
Seat — At Sealby, co. Lincoln.



TWISDEN, of Bradbourn, co. Kent.

13 June 1006.

Sir JOHN TWISDEN, Baronet, born in June 17S5 ; succeeded his
father, sir John-Papillon, 10 Feb. 1810 ; married^ 25 Feb. 1811, Catharine-
Judith, da. of the rev. William Coppard, rector of Graveley, co. Cam-
bridge, and by her (who d. 29 April 1811), fet. 29,) had no surviving issue.



Sir Thomas Twisden, Istbart., (of this
branch,) was 2d son of sir William Twys-
den, of East Peckham, bart., (see that titlp,)
by lady Anne Finch, da. of the 1st countess
of Winchilsea. He was bred to the law,
and became one of the justices of the King's
Bench IO(iO. He altered the spelling of his
name from Ttvi/sden, as it was spelt by his
ancestors, (and is still by the Twysdens, of
East Peckham, barts.,) to Tivisden, to dis-
tinguish the two families; and this alter-
ation has been followed by his descendants
to the present time. He m. Jane, da. of
John Tomlinson, esq., by whom (who sur-
vived him and d. 1702) lie had,

1. Sir Roger, 2d bart.

2. Thomas, who had issue.

3. William.

4. Heneage, d. without issue.

5. Francis, tn. Rebecca, da. of Philip
Lemon, esq., widow of mr. Hale, son of sir
Matthew Hale, knt., and d. 20 Nov. 1721;
by her he had 5 children, of which only 2
das. survived him ; Jane, m, sir William
Twysden, bart. ; and Isabella, d. unm.

6. Jane, the eldest da. of sir Thomas, m.
sir John Simpson, knt., serjeant-at-law, and
d. 7 Dec. IfiOO.

7. Anne, d. without issue.

8. Margaret, was the 2d wife of sir
Thomas Style, bart.

9. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Dalyson, esq.

10. Eleanor, m, sir Felix Wylde, bart.

11. Isabel, d, without issue.

Sir Thomas d. 2 Jan. 1G83, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

II. Sir ROGER, m. Margaret, da. of sir
John Marsham, bart., and aunt to the late
lord Romney, by whom he had, besides
other issue,

1. Sir Roger, 3d bart.

2. Elizabeth, ??i. sir Richard Newdigate,
bart.

Sir Roger d. 28 Feb. 1702-3, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son.



III. Sir ROGER, ni. Anne, da. of Jolm
Musters, esq., by whom (who survived her
husband, and d, Oct. 1729,) he had,

1. Sir Thomas, 4th bart.

2. Sir Roger, 5th bart.

3. William; 4. John.

Sir Roger d. 12 Sept. 1728, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IV. Sir THOMAS, who, going abroad in
173(t, rf. at Grenada, in Spain, in Aug. 1737>
num., and was succeeded by his brother,

V. Sir ROGER, m. Elizabeth, da. and h.
of Edmund Watton, of Addington, co.
Kent, esq., and widow of Leonard Bartho-
lomew, esq., and by her (who survived him,
and d. 1775,) he left,

1. Sir Roger, 6th bart. ; 2. William.

3. Sir John-Pa piLLON, 7th bart.
Sir Roger d. 7 March 1772, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

VI. Sir ROGER, who, 25 Jan. 1770, m.
Elizabeth, da. of mr. Waldash, by whom
(who d. 3 Feb. I!i33) he had 1 da., h. 170((,
after the death of her father, and m. Tho-
mas-Law Hodges, of Hempsted Place, co.
Kent, esq., M.P.

Sir Roger d. Oct. 1779, and v/as succeeded
by his next surviving brother,

VII. Sir JOHN-PAPILLON, m., 8 April
1782, Elizabeth, da. of sir Francis Geary,
ban., and by her (who d. Jan. 181(i) had
issue.

Sir John, present bart.
Sir John-Papillon d. 10 Feb. 1810, and was
succeeded by his only son,

VIII. Sir JOHN, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 12. Per Saltire, arg<;nt
and gules, a saltier, between four cross
crosslcts, all counterchanged, a crescent for
difference.

O-e.s^ — A cockatrice, azure, with wings
displayed, or.

Motto — Prcpvisa mala peretoit.

Seat— At Bradbourn House, five miles
from Maidstone, co. Kent.



MARTIN, of Long-Melford, co. Suffolk.
28 March 1GG7.

Sir ROGER MARTIN, Baronet, born 22 Feb. 1778, succeeded his
father, sir IMordaunt, Oct. 1815 ; sometime senior judge of the court of appeal
at Moorshedabad, on the Bengal establishment.



This family is of considerable antiquity
in the county of Suffolk, having been seat-
e'.l at Long Melford, at least as early as
temp. Edw. IV.

I. Sir ROGER, 1st bart., so created, as
above, was son of Richard, and grandson



of sir Roger Martin, knt., m., 16G3, Tr.m-
worth, da. of Edv/ard florner, esq., by
whom (whof/. 15 Aug. l(l!)ij) ho had issue,

1. Ro(;En, 6. KM), d. an infant.

2. Sir Ro(;icrt, 2d bart.

3. Edward, b. 1(573.



HANHAM.



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4. Henry, b. 1674.

5. JoHX, 6, 167(5.

6. Fraxcis, b. 1G33, d. an infant.

7. Jerjivn, 6. 1()85, d. young.

8. Joseph, 6. 1(J88.

9. Ta.mworth, 6. 1664, m. Thomas Rook-
wood, esq., (butrf. in childbed of her only
da. Elizabeth, who m. John, sou of sir Wil-
liam Gage, bart.)

10. Catharine: 11. Jane.

Sir Roger d. 8 July 1712, and was succeeded
by his eldest surviving son,

11. Sir ROGER, b. 1667, m. Anna-Ma-
ria Harvey, by whom {who d. io May 1739)
he had issue,

1. Sir Roger, 3d bart. ; 2. Richard.
Sir Roger d. May 1742, and was succeeded
by his son,

III. Sir ROGER, m. Sophia, da, of brig.-
gen. Lewis Mordaunt, brother to the earl
of Peterborough, by whom he had issue,

1. Sir Mordaunt, 4th bart.

2. Anna-Marie, ?». Louis Vigoreux, esq.
Sir Roger rf. 12 June 1762, and was succeeded
by his only son,

IV. Sir MORDAUNT, b. 1740, marshal
of the Vice-Admiralty Court, Jamaica, m.,
1st, 5 Aug. 1765, Everilda-Dorothea, 3d da.
of the rev. William Smith, rector of Bum-



ham, CO. Norfolk, and by her (who d. Sept.
1800) had issue,

1. Sir Roger, present bart.

2. Sophia, d. unm. 18 Nov. 1827.

3. Everilda, m. the rev. Thomas Ber-
nard.

4. Anna-Maria, m., 23 Jan. 1805, the
rev. John Glasse, rector of Burnham, co.
Norfolk.

5. Louisa ; 6. Catharina.

7. Frances, rf. 1802.

8. Caroline, »»., 22 Oct. 1805, James
Monroe, of Hadlev, co. Middlesex, esq.

Sir Mordaunt />^, 2dly, 4 Aug. 1808, the
relict of the rev. Edward North, and da. of
the rev. Armine Stylem.an, of Snettisham,
CO. Norfolk, by v;hom (who survived him
and d. 29 April 1825) he had no issue.

Sir Mordaunt rf. Oct. 1815, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

V. Sir ROGE R, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 12. Argent, a chevron,
between three mascles, sable, all within a
border, engrailed, gules.

Ciest — A demi-cockatrice.

Motto — Initium sapientiee est timor Dominu

Seats — At Burnham, co. Norfolk, and
Long-Melford, co. Suffolk.



HANHAM, of ^^'iNBOURNE, CO. Dorset.

24 May 1GG7.

Sir JAMES PIANHAM, Baronet, in holy orders, rector of Winter-
borne Selston, CO. Dorset, succeeded his father, the rer. sir James, 11
March loOG ; married^ 1st, 16 April 1793, Anne, da. of the late lieut.

Edward Pike, ll.N., by whom (who d. 15 July 1801) he had issue, 1.

James, d. 4 Dec. 1798; 2. Jaxe-Pexelope, d. 24 Aug. 1830;

3. Edward, d. 19 Sept. 1807; 4. WILLIAM, vu, (J Nov. 1823,

Harriett, da. of 3Iorgan, esq., of Mount Clare, co. Surrey ; 6.

A>:xe-Price, d. 23 March 1818; 6. Phelips. Sir James »2., 2dly,

14 Dec. 1815, miss EHza Pattey, of Winbourne, co. Dorset.



This family is said to have come ori-
ginally out of Gloucestershire, and to be
denominated from Hanham, in that county.

P'iter de Hanham, who li^'ed in the 13th
century, is the first we rind mentioned.

I. Sir WILLIAM, created a bart. as above,
/;(., 16G0, Elizabeth, da. of George Cooper,
of Clarendon Park, co. V/ilts, esq., brother
to Anthony Ashley, 1st earl of Shuftesbuiy,
lord chancellor of England, d. 1671, and
was succeeded by his only son,

II. Sir JOHN, m. Jane, da. and sole h. of
William Eyre, of Newstone Park, co. Wilts,
esq., and had issue,

1. Sir WILLIAM, 3d bart.

2. John ; 3. Thomas ; 4. Charles.

5. Edward, rf. young.

6. Elizabeth, d. voung.

III. Sir WILLIAM, m., June 1717, Mary,
eldest da. of William Norris, of Nonsuch,
CO. Wilts, esq., (by Elizabeth, da. of Jacob
Selfe, of Bean Acre, in the same county,
esq.,) and had issue,

1. Sir William, 4th bart.

2. Thomas', 3. John, rf. 1746.

4. Sir James, 6th bart.

5. Eleanor, m. John Grove, of Ferns,
CO. Wilts, esq.

6. Elizabeth; 7- Another Elizabeth;
8. Maria, ail rf. young.

Sir William rf. ' March 1762, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

IV. Sir WILLIAM, m., Ist, March 1744,



Anne, da. of James Jennings, of Shiplake,
CO. Oxon, esq., by whom he had no issue:
he ?/>., 2clly, June 1762, Mary, 3d da. of dr.
\Villiam Lynch, dean of Canterbury, (bv
Mary, youngest da. of archbishop Wake,)
and by her (who rf. Oct. 1764) he had issue.

Sir William-Thomas, 5th bart.
He m., 3dly, Dee. 1765, Harriot, 3d da, of
Henry Drax, esq., (by Elizabeth, da. and h.
of sir Edward Erie, of Maddington, 00.
Wilts, bart.,) by whom he had no issue. Sir
William rf. 11 Feb. 1776, and was succeeded
by his son,

V. Sir W^ILLIAM-THOMAS, 6. June
1763, rf. 19 Aug. 1791, and was succeeded by
his uncle,

VI. Sir JA!\IES, in holy orders, ?>?., 1757,
Jane, niece and sole h. of William Phelips, of
Corfe Mullen, co. Dorset, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir JA3IES, present bart.

2. Jane-Penelope.

3. Elizabeth, rf. 1783.

4. William, rf. 1808; 5. Anne.

6. Edward, lieut. R..N., rf. at Bermuda,
1808.

7. Harriet, rf. 1800; 8. Eleanor.

9. Charles, m. Anne, da. of Philip
Ahire, or Ahrie, of Jersey, esq.

10. John, rf. at Seringapatam ISOO.

11. Maria, m. Richard Bcntley, esq.,
grandson of dr. Richard Bentley, master of
Trinity College, Cambridge, and rf. 23 Nov,
1811,



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MOSTYN.



12. Penelope.
Sir James d. 11 March 1806, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

VII. Sir JAMES, present bart.

Anns — See Plate 12. Quarterly, or, and



gules, on a bend, sable, three crosses patee,
filched, of the first.

Crest— h. gryphon's head, or.

Seats— M. Dean's Court, near Winbourn,
CO. Dorset ; and Neston Park, co. Wilts.



MOSTYN, of Talacre, co. Flint.
28 April 1 070.

Sir EDWARD MOSTYN, Baronet, Custos Brevium of the Court of
Common Pleas, succeeded his father, sir Pyers, 29 Oct. 1823; horn 10
April 1785; married, 20 Oct. 1808, a da. of Nicholas Blundell, of Crosby
Hall, CO. Lancaster, esq., by whom (who died in consequence of jumping
from her carriage, with which the horses had run away, 31 Jan, 1825,) he

had issue, 1. Pyers, b. 20 Aug. 1809, d. 1810; 2. Barbara, b.

15 Sept. 1810, 7«., 22 Oct. 1829, Charles Stanley, esq., brother of sir

Thomas Stanley, of Hooton, bart.; 3. PYERS, b. 25 Sept. 1811 ; 4.

Edward-Henrv, in the army, i. 14 Jan. 1813; 5. Charles, 6. 22

Dec. 1813; 6- Thomas, b. 28 March 1815; 7- Llewellyn, b.

9. Frances, b. 23
— 11. Mary, b. 13



22 June 181G ; 8. Walter, h. 22 June 1818 ;

April 1819; 10. Clementina, 6.2 May 1820;

July 1821 ; 12. William, 6. 2 Aug. 1823. Sir Edward w., 2dly, 1

Aug. 1826, Constantia, 3d da. of the late Henry Slaughter, esq., and the

dowager viscountess JMontagu, and has, 13. George, h. 20 June 1827,

d. 20 Jan. 1828; 14. Constantia, b. 1 Feb. 1829; 15. Wini-
fred, b. 20 June 1830 ; IG. Teresa, b. IG Oct. 1831 ; 17- Mary-



Lucy, b. 2G May 1833.

This is one of the numerous Welch fa-
milies which descend from Tudor Trevor,
(the ancestor of the royal house of Tudor,)
who is said to have been earl of Hereford,
in the early part of the 10th century. Ri-
chard ap Howell, a lineal descendant in the
18th generation from Tudor Trevor, was
seated at Moston (or, as it is now called,
Mostyn) temp. Hen. VIII.; he m. Catha-
rine, da. of sir Thomas Salusbury, knt.,
and d. 153!), leaving two sons,

1. Thoinias, who adopted the name of
Mostyn, and was great-grandfather of sir
Roger Mostyn, of Mostyn, created a bart.
.'i Aug. I()(j0, which title became extinct on
the death of sir Thomas Mostyn, (jth bart.

2. Pyers, of whom hereafter.

Pyers Mostt/n, of Talacre, co. Flint, esq.,
(second son of Richard ap Howell,) m. He-



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