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April 17'i3. He was made keeper of the
great wardrobe^ 29 April 17G3, and, in May



following, lord lieutenant co. Buckingham.
He was likewise chancellor of the exchequer
from 29 May 17(J2, to l(i April 1703, and
joint paymaster-general for many years. He
m. Sarah, da. of Thomas Gould, esq., and
widow of sir Richard Eliis, who d. 19 Jan. 1769,
but had no issue: and dying 11 Dec. 1781,
was succeeded in the barony by his sister
Rachael, lady Austin, on whose decease, in
May 1788, sir T/tomas Stapletun (descended
from Catharine, 3d da. of Vere, 4th earl of
Westmoreland) became baron le Despencer ;
the baronetage and manor of West Wy-
combe devolved upon his half-brother,

III. Sir JOHN, who took the name of
KixG after that of Dashwood, by act of
parliament, 1742, h. 4 Aug. VjlG, in. Sarah,

da. of Blundel Moore, esq., by whom he

1. Sir John, present bart.

2. George, w. a da. of mr. Callendar.

3. Elizabeth, tn. captain Lechmere.

4. Sarah, m. rev. John Walcot, and d. 22
March 1834.

Sir John d. 6 Dec. 1793, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

IV, Sir JOHN, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 14. Argent, on a fesS,
double cottised, gules, three griffins' heads,
erased, or; being the arms of Dashwood.

Crest — A griffin's head erased, per fess,
erminois and gules.

Seat — At West Wycombe, co. Bucks.

LAMBERT, of London.

16 Feb. 1710-11.

Sir HENRY-JOHN LAMBERT, Baronet, born 5 Aug. 1792, suc^
ceeded his father, sir Henry, 1802; married. May 1821, Anna-Maria,
youngest da. of the late hon. Edward Foley, son of Thomas, 1st lord Foley,

by whom he has issue, 1. HENRY-EDWARD-FRANCIS, b. 7 June

1822; 2. a Son, b. 29 Jan. 1824; 3. a Son, b. 27 May 1825; .

4. a Da., b. 1 July 1828; 5. a Son, b. 4 March 1830.

I. JOHN, son of John Lambert, of the
Isle of Rhe, in France, settled in England
as a merchant, and was one of the directors
of the South Sea Company. In I710, the
public credit having suffered on the change
of ministry, he was the most zealous and
forward to supply the treasury with money,
in reward for which service he was created a
bart. ; m. Madeline, da. of Benjamin Beu-
zelin, merchant of Rouen, in Normandy,
(descended from a noble family,) by whom
(who survived him, and d. April 1737) he
had issue,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

2. Benjamin ; 3. Francis ; 4. Jajies.

5. Mary-Madelaine, m. Mynheer Hop,
envoy from the States General.

6. Susan ; 7- Judith.

Sir John d. 4 Feb. 1722-3, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir JOHN, TO. Mary, da. of Tempest
Holmes, esq., one of the commissioners of
the \ictualling office, by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, 3d bart.

2. Mary; 3. Robert.

4. Alexander, a commissioner of the

5. Judith.

6. Ben.ta.min-Liddell, late major in the
19th light dragoons.

7. Berkeley-Fitzwilliam.

8. Anne, m. James Wliite, esq., and d. his

I widow, 26 Oct. 1826, aged 86.

9. Frances-Wilhelmina-Massam.
' 10. George, d. an infant.

Sir John was succeeded by his eldest son,
I III. Sir JOHN, b. 11 Oct. 1728, to., 9 Aug.
I 1752, miss Le Nieps, by whom he had,

1. John, 6. 1 May 1755, d. 1760.
I 2. Sir Henry, 4th bart.
j Sir John d. 21 May 1799, aged 71, and was

succeeded by his son,

IV. Sir HENRY, to. miss "Whyte, by
whom (who to., 2dly, 25 Feb. 1805, Henry.
Fulk Greville, esq., late lieut.-colonel of the
4th dragoon guards) he had,

1. Sir Henry-John, 5th bart.

2. Frederick-Robert, in the R. N.,d. in
India, 9 April 1813.

3. Francis-John, TO., 17 Oct. 1826, Cathe-
rine, only da. of major-gen. Wheatley, of
Lesney, co. Kent, deceased.

4. Lionel-Hyde, d. an infant.

Sir Henry d. 1802, and was succeeded by his

V. Sir HENRY-JOHN, present bart.
Arms — See Plate 14. Argent, on a mount,

an oak tree, vert, and a greyhound, current

Crest— Out of a ducal coronet, or, three
ostrich feathers, the dexter feather gules,
the centre argent, and the sinister azure.

Motto — Seqtdtatido se gitwge.

Seat — Mount Ida, co. Norfolk.

LAKE, of the Middle Temple, London.
17 Oct. 1711.

Sir JAMES-SAMUEL LAKE, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir
James-Samuel, 4 Nov. 1832 ; married, 1 May 1833, Anna.Maria, eldest

da. of vice-adriiiral sir Richard King, bart., and has issue, 1. a SON,

b. 9 April 1 834.

This family is said to descend from John
Lake, who about the fifteenth century, to.

Jennet, da. and heir of sir William Caley, of
Normanton, co. York, and obtained thai



estate where his descendants remained seated
for several generations.

Sir Edward Lake, chancellor of the dio-
cese of Lincoln, and advocate general in
Ireland, was so distinguished for his loyalty
and services to king Charles L, that that
monarch not only granted him the coat of
augmentation now borne by the family, but
also the privilege of nominating a person
who should be created a bart. This latter
grant, however, he does not appear to have
availed himself of. He d. without issue,
1674; and, in consequence of the above-
mentioned grant of king Charles, the title of
bart. was in 17II, conferred on his great
nephew and h.,

I. Sir BIB YE, sub-governor of the African
com))any, m. Mary, d. and h. of William
Atwell, esq., by whom (who d. 17G2) he had

1. Anne, b. 1 Nov. 1715, m. Samuel Jones,
d. 27 June 1756.

2. Sir Atwell, 2d bart.

3. BiBYE, m. Anne, da. of Henry Sperling,
of Dyneshall, co. Essex.

4. William, m. Susanna, da. of Pin-

kerton, and rf. 177!*-

Sir Bibye rf. 1744, and was succeeded by
his eldest son ,

II. Sir ATWELL, m. Mary, only da. of
James Winter, of Mile End, co. Middlesex,
esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Sir James Winter, 3d bart.

2. Mary, m. major W^illiam Webb, and d.
his widow, 5 Jan. 1826, aged 80.

3. Edward.

4. Anne, d. unni. 12 March 1834, aged 87.
5.' Atwell ; 6. Jane.

7. William, d. 2 Feb. 1830, aged 80.
Sir Atwell was succeeded by his son,

III. Sir JAMES-WINTER, m. Joyce, da.
of John Crowther, of Bow, co. Middlesex,
esq. by whom (who d. 2() July 1834, xt. 88)
he had issue,

1. Mary, m., 6 Oct. 1790, John Wigston,
esq., of Trent Park, near Barnet.

2. Jesse.

3. Edward, d. 21 Nov. 1810.

4. Charlotte, m. Henry Hare Towns-
hend, esq., of Busbridge, co. Surrey.

5. Sir Jaaies-Samuel-William, 4th bart.

6. Willoiighby-Thomas, captain R. N.,
m. Charlotte, da. of admiral Macbridge, and

Charlotte, m., 11 Aug. 1818, John-Offley
Crewe, of Muxton, co. Stafford, esq.

7. Atwill, in holy orders, rector of West
Walton, CO. Norfolk, m., 31 Oct. 18.32, So-
phia, da. of S. Turner, of Upper Wimpole
Street, co. Middlesex, esq.

8. Susanna.

9. Anne, m., 1802, the rev. M. P. Curtois,
of Amcotts, CO. Lincoln, and d. 30 Nov. 1810.

10. Andrew; 11. Henry.

Sir James d. 24 April I807, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

m., 24 Ai)ril 1807, Maria, da. of Samuel
Turner, es(i., and had issue,

1. Sir James-Samuel, present bart.

2. Anne, m., 20 June 1833, rev. C. F. R.
Bayley, Rector of Wodnesborough, co.

3. Edward ; 4. Atwill.

5. A Da. b. 17 Oct. 1813.

6. A Da. b. 23 March I8I7.

7. A Da. b. Nov. 1818.

8. A Son, b. 25 Dec. 1821.

9. Sophia, b. 1822, d. 4 Dec. 1829.

Sir James-Samuel d. 4 Nov. 1832, and was
succeeded bv his eldest son.

Sir JAMES-SAMUEL, present and 5th

^/•»?.s— See Plate 15. Quarterly, 1st, (an
augmentation granted to sir Edward Lake
for his services to king Charles I., and espe-
cially at the battle of Edgehill, where he re-
ceived 16 wounds,) gules, an armed right
arm, carrying, on a sword, a banner argent,
charged with a cross between 16 shields,
gules, on the centre of the cross a lion of
England. 2d, sable, a bend between six
crosslets, fitch^, argent. 3d, quarterly, ar-
gent and sable on a bend, gules, three mul-
lets, argent. 4th, argent, a chevron between
three boars' heads, couped, sable.

Crefits — 1st, (of augmentation,) a cavalier in
a fighting posture, his scarf gules, his left
arm hanging down as wounded and useless,
holding the bridle in his teeth ; his face,
sword, armour, and horse embrued, all
proper. 2d, a horse's head argent, charged
with a fess, cottised gules.

Motto — IJn, ttn roy, im. caeur.

Seat — At Edmonton, co. Middlesex.

EVELYN, of Wot TON Place, co. Surrey.

6 Aug. 1713.

Sir HUGH EVELYN, Baronet, born 31 Jan. 17G9, succeeded his
brother, sir John, 14 May 1833, and is unmarried.

George Evelyn (descended from a
family which had been seated at Harrow-
on-the-llill, co. Middlesex) first carried the
art of gunpowder making to perfection in
England, temp, ((ueen Elizabeth, and settled
at Wotton, CO. Surrey. Two of his grand-
sons were created barts., sir John, in KiGO,
and sir Edward, in 1682, but both dying
without male issue, their titles became ex-

John Evelyn, the celebrated author of
the Silva, and other distinguished works,
was also a grandson of the above-named
George. He m. Mary, da. of sir Richard
Browne, of Says Court, Deptford, bart.,
and d. 170(). His grandson,

1 . Sir JOHN, was created a bart. as above,
m., 18 Sept. 1705, Anne, da. of Edward I3os-
cawen, esq., and sister of Hugh, viscount

Falmouth, by whom he had,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

2. Charles (who ni. Susanna, da. and h.
of Peter Pridcaux, esq.) ; Charles, his eldest
son, 7)1. Philippa, da.of Fortunatus Wright,
by whom he had!) children,

1. Susanna, »«. John-FortunatusWright.

2. Sir John, 4th bart.

3. Martha-Boscawen, b. 1759, m. Nicho-
las Vincent, I786, d. 1794.

4. Edward, </. young.

5. Pliilipjia, b. 1760, m., 1st, Daniel-
Francis Houghton, esq., and 2dly, Wil-
braham Liardet, esq.

6. Charles, d. in the East Indies.

7. Maria, d. unm.

8. Frances-Louisa, b. 1767. m. the rev.
John GrKHth.

9. Sir Hugh, present and 5th bart.



3. Sydney.

4. William, a lieut-gen., d. 15 Aug. 1783.

5. Anne; 6. Mary.

Sir John d. 14 July 1/63, and was succeeded
by his son,

1st viscount Falmouth, who d. in 1749, by
whom he had,

1. Frederick, 3d bart.

2. Mary, d. nnm.

3. Augusta, maid of honour to her royal
highness Augusta, princess of Wales, m. the
rev. dr. Henry Jenkin, d. 2 April 1812.

Sir John d. July 1767, and was succeeded
by his only son.

III. Sir FREDERICK, m. the only da.
and issue of William Turton, of co. Stafford,
esq., and by her (who </. 12 Nov. 1817) had
no issue. Sir Frederick d, April 1812, and
was succeeded by his cousin,

IV. Sir JOHN, 4th bart. d. wim. 14 May
1833, ffit. 75, and was succeeded by his

V. Sir HUGH, present and 5th bart.
Arms — See Plate 15. Azure, a griffin,

passant, and a chief, or.

Crest — A griffin, passant, or, beak and
fore-legs, azure, ducally gorged, of the last.

Seat — Wotton Place, Surrey.

WARRENDER, of Lochend, in East Lothian, North Britain.

2 June 1715.

The Right Honourable Sir GEORGE WARRENDER, Baronet, P.C.
F.R.S., born'm 1781, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Berwickshire Militia, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Patrick, 1799 ; married, 3 Oct. 1810, the hon. Anne
Boscawen, da. of George-Evelyn Boscawen, 3d viscount Falmouth.

Sir George Warrender, of Lochend,
m. Margaret Cunningham, by whom he had,

I. Sir GEORGE, the first bart., who was
an eminent merchant, and acquired a con-
siderable estate; he filled the several offices
of magistracy of Edinburgh, and represented
that city in the first parliament of George I.
Sir George m., 1st, Margaret Lawrie, by
whom he had,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

Sir George m., 2dly, Grissell, da. of Hugh
Blair, merchant, and one of the magistrates
of Edinburgh, by whom he had,

2. George.

3. David, who followed the law in Edin-

4. Hugh, a barrister-at-law, in the Tem-
ple, London.

5. Jane, m. Archibald Stewart, advocate,
son of sir Thomas Stewart, bart.

6. 7. 8. 9. Four other das.

Sir George was succeeded by his eldest son,
II. Sir JOHN, m.,1720, Harriet, da. of sir
Patrick Johnston, lord Provost of Edin-
burgh, and had issue,

1. George, in the army served during
the 7 years' war in Germany as major in the
royal regt. of horse guards, and d, in Ger-

2. Sir Patrick, 3d bart.

3. Grizel, b. 1723, m. the hon. Charles
Napier, son of Charles, 5th lord Napier, and

d. without issue.

4. Margaret.

5. Henrietta, both d. Mwjw.

6. Jane, m. the rev. Charles Lorimer.

7. Joan, b. 1733, d. mini.

Sir John d. in Jan. 1773, and was succeeded
bv his son,

"III. Sir PATRICK, b. 7 March 1731,
king's remembrancer in the Court of Ex-
chequer, ?»., 1780, miss H. Blair, and had

1. Charlotte, b. Sept. 1784, m., Aug.
1806, colonel John Dalrymple, of the 22d
regt. of foot, next brother to sir Hugh-Dal-
rymple Hamilton, of Bargany, co. Berwick,

2. Sir George, present bart.

3. John, b. March 1786, ?»., 1st, 10 April
1823, lady Julia-Jane, youngest da. of James,
earl of Lauderdale, and 2dly, 25 June 1831,
Frances-Henrietta, da. of Richard-Pepper,
1st lord Alvanley.

Sir Patrick d. in 1799, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

IV. Sir GEORGE, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 15. Argent, on a bend,
wavy, between six roses, gules, three plates. — A hare, passant, proper.

Motto — hidustria.

Seat — At Lochend, in East Lothian, Scot-

MILNER, of Nun Apple ton Hall, co. York.

26 Feb. 171 6-7.

Oct. 1779, succeeded his father, sir WilHam-Mordaunt, 9 Sept. 1811 ;
married, 1st, in 1003, , da. of the right hon. Henry-TIieophilus Cle-
ments, brother of Robert, 1st earl of Leitrim, and grandda. of the right

hon. John Beresford, and by her (who d. 23 IMay 1805) had issue, 1.

Selina-Catherine-Diana, d. num. 1 Sept. 1834; 2. Catherine-

Frances-Nannette, m., 30 Aug. 1827, rev. David Markham, canon of
AVindsor, and vicar of Stillingfleet. He m., 2dly, 8 IMay 1809, Harriet-
Elizabeth, da. of lord Edward Bentinck, son of William, 2d duke of Port-
land, and by her has issue, 3. Harriet-Emily-Mary, in., Dec.



1828, George-Saville Foljambe, of Osberton, co. Nottir^^ham, esq., and d.

28 Dec. 1830, aged 20; 4. Charlotte-Catherine; 5. Caro-

lixe-Elizabeth-Mary ; 6. Faxny-Frederica-Sophia ; 7«

Georgixa-Selixa-Septima; 8. Louisa; 9. WILLIAM-MOR-

DAUNT-EUWARD, b. 20 June 1820 ; 10. Henry-Beilby-Wil-

LiAM, b. 17 Dec. 1823; 11. Laura-Emma.

Richard MIT.NER, merchant and alder-
man of Leeds, (son and heir of Marmaduke
Milner, of Calvet House, hi Swaledale,) d.
1659, leaving a son and heir, William,
whose 3d son, William, was mayor of
Leeds 1697; and by Mary, da. of Joshua
Ibbetson, esq., also mayor of Leeds, had,
besides other issue, a son and heir,

I. Sir WILLIAM, 1st bart., m. Elizabeth,
da. of sir William Dawes, bart., archbishop
of York, by whom (who d. 9 March 1782)
he had,

1. Sir William, 2d bart.

2. Mary, w. sir John Lindsey, bart.

Sir William d. 23 Nov. 17-15, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, m., 1747, Elizabeth,
youngest da. and co-h. of the rev. George
Mordaunt, younger brother to Charles, earl
of Peterborough, by whom (who d. his wi-
dow in 17JI5) he had issue,

1. Elizabeth, d. unm. 1829.

2. Anastasia-Maria.

3. Sir William-Mordaunt, 3d bart.

4. George, h. 1760, a general in the army,

m. Charlotte, widow of Fitzgerald, esq.,

but has no issue.

5. Louisa-Sarah, m., 1789, the rev, Ed-
ward .Townshend, nephew to Charles, 1st
marquess Townshend.

6. Henry-Stephen, h. 1674, in holy or-
ders, D.C.L., treasurer of St. Asaph, and
rector of Thrybergh, co. York.

7. Henrietta-Maria.

Sir William was many years receiver-gene-
ral of the excise: he d. 1774, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

1774, Diana, da. of Humphrey Sturt, of
Critchill House, co. Dorset, and by her (who
d. Jan. 1805) had issue,

1. Sir William-Mordaunt-Sturt, pre-
sent and 4th bart.

2. Charles-William, h. 20 May 1788, in
the army.

3. Geokge-William-Thomas,6. 27June
1793, in holy orders, m., 4 Sept. 1816, Sarah-
Georgiana, 2d da. of the rev. George Buck-
stone, of Ashbourne, co. Derby, and d. Dec.

4. DrANA-ELizABETH, b. 16 Dec. 1778, w.,
2 June 1804, sir Francis-Hastings Doyle,
bart., and d. 14 Jan. 1828.

5. Emily-Mary, b. 16 Aug. 1783.

Sir William-Mordaunt, d. 9 Sept. 1811, and
was succeeded bv his eldest son,

STURT, present bart.

Arms—'iee Plate 15. Per pale, or and
sable, a chevron, betv/een three horses' bits,

Crest— K horse's head couped, argent,
bridled and maned, or, and charged on the
neck with a bezant, between two wings,

Seat—ht Nun Appleton, near Tadcaster,
CO. York.

ELTON, of the City of Bristol.
31 Oct. 1717-

Sir ABRAHAM ELTON, Baronet, in holy orders, born 23 March
1755, succeeded his father, sir Abraham-Isaac, in 1790 ; married, T Nov.
1776, EHzabeth, eldest da. of sir John Durbin, of Walton, knt., merchant

and alderman of Bristol, by whom (who d. April 1822) he had issue,

1. CHARLES-ABRAHAM, b. 31 Oct. 1778, w., in 1804, Sarah, eldest
da. of Joseph Smith, esq., merchant, of Bristol, and has issue, Abraham
and Charles (both drowned in 1819); Arthur, b. 1818; Edmond, b. 1821 ;
Henry, b. G May 1825; Julia; Caroline; hvcy, m., 2 Jan. 1828, the rev.
William-Tierney Elton, rector of White Stanton, co. Somerset, and 3d son
of Isaac Elton, of Stapleton House, co. Gloucester, esq. ; Laura ; Mana-
Catherine, m., 28 May 1833, George Bobbins, esq., late capt. 17th lancers ;

Mary, and Jane; 2. Julia-Maria, b. 28 March 1783, m., 1807,

Henry Hallam, esq.; 3. William, lieut.-col. in the army, b. 6 Jan.

1785; 4. Hexry, capt. R.N., b. 1(> July 178G, m., 20'July 1810,

Blary, da. of the late sir Francis Ford, bart., and relict of Peter Touchet,

esq., by whom he has issue, Jidia and Sophia, and another da.; 5.

Fraxces-Elizaheth, b. 15 April 1797, d. 1822. Sir Abraham m,, 2dly,
29 March 1823, JMary, eldest da. of the late William Stewart, esq., of
Castle-Stewart, co. Wigtoun.

This baronet is descended from a very
ancient family, of the Hazels, cos. Hereford
and Gloucester.

I. Sir ABRAHAM, the 1st bart., was
member for Bristol, in the 2d parliament of

George I., of which city he was mayor in
1710 ; m. Mary, da. of Robert Jeffries, of
Pilegreen, co. Gloucester, by whom he had.
1. Sir Abraham, 2d bartj



2. Isaac, a merchant, d. 22 Oct. 1714,
having had 2 das., both named Mary.

3. Jacob, who was mayor of Bristol in
1/33. He d. 15 June 17'35, having been twice
married, 1st, to miss Small; 2dly, April
1739, to Elizabeth, relict of George Bridges,
by whom he had no issue. By his 1st wife
he had,

1. Abraham, mayor of Bristol, 1753, m.
Mary, da. of mr. Thrubshaw, and d.
1762, leaving issue by her (who d. 17(38)
one da., Mai 1/.

2. Isaac, was mayor of Bristol in 1761 ;
he m. Mary, da. of Edward Mortimer, by
whom he had, Abraham, d. unm. 30 Jan.
17(32; Isaac, m., 1st, Sarah, da. of Samuel
Peach, esq., by whom he had 1 son, Abra-
ham, and 2dly, a da. of James Ferney;
Jacob, d. 8 March 17(32, having m. miss
Elizabeth Matthews, who after his death
m. the rev. John Casberd, D.D. ; Edward,
b. 21 Oct. 1742; Mary, b. 10 Dec. 1743, m.
1762, Michael Miller, esq. ; Elizabeth, d.
unm. March 1767.

3. Mary, m. mr. Prescott.

4. Elizabeth, m. Peter Day, of Bristol,

Sir Abraham d. 9 Feb. 1727-8, and was
succeeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir ABRAHAM, M.P. for Taunton
in the last parliament of king George I., and
for Bristol 1727; m. Abigail, da. of Edmund
Bayley, of Frome Selwood, co. Somerset,
esq., and had issue.

1. Sir Abraham, 3d bart.

2. Jacob, a capt. R.N., who was killed in
a sea-fight, 29 March 1745, m. Caroline, da.
and co-h. of Charles Yate, esq., by whom
he had no issue.

3. Sir Abraham-Isaac, 4th bart.

4. Mary, m. James Heywood, of Maris-
tow House, CO. Devon, esq.

5. Elizabeth, m. capt. Forster.

Sir Abraham d. Oct. 1742, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

III. Sir ABRAHAM, who d. unm., 29
Nov. 17(31, and was succeeded by his only
surviving brother,

IV. Sir ABRAHAM-ISAAC, m., 26 Dec.
1747, Elizabeth, da. of James Read, mer-
chant, by whom he had,

1. Sir Abraham, present bart.

2. Mary, b. 1751, m., 1770, Oldfield
Bowles, of North Aston, co. Oxford, esq.

3. Sarah, b. 1752, m., 1782, the rev. Hector
Munro, of Ireland.

4. Elizabeth, d. an infant.

Sir Abraham-Isaac rf. in 1790, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

V. The rev. sir ABRAHAM, present bart.
Arms — See Plate 15. Paly of six, gules

and or, on a bend, sable, three mullets, ar-

Crest — An arm embowed in armour, pro-
per, holding in the gauntlet a scimitar, ar-
gent, hilt and pommel, or tied round the
arm with a riband, vert.

Seat — At Clevedon Court, near Bristol.


19 April I7I8.

Sir BROOK-WILLIAM BRIDGES, Baronet, M.A., horn 2 June
1801, succeeded his father, sir Brook -Willi am, 21 April 1829 ; married, 4
July 1834, Fanny, eldest da. of the late Lewis Cage, esq., of ^lilgate, co.

This family is of considerable antiquity
in Ireland, where several of the branches
have now considerable estates ; but the first
that settled in England was John Bridges,
of South Littleton, co. Worcester, who, in
Nov. 1578, purchased a house and lands at
Alcester, co. Warwick. Fifth in descent
from him was,

1. Sir BROOK, the 1st bart., who for
many years was one of the auditors of the
imprest, m., 1st, in I707, Margaret, da. of
sir Robert Marsham, bart., afterwards lord
Romney, (ancestor of the earls of Romney,)
by whom he had,

1. Sir Brook, 2d bart.

2. Margaret.

Sir Brook m., 2dly, Mary, 2d da. of sir Tho-
mas Hales, bart., by whom he had,

3. Thomas, 6?. an infant.

Sir Brook d. 1(3 March 1727-8, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

II. Sir BROOK, to. Elizabeth, da. and
one of the three co-h, of sir Thomas Pal-
mer, bart., by whom (who survived him and
re-771. the hon. col. Charles Feilding, brother
of Basil, 4th earl of Denbigh) he had one
posthumous son.

Sir Brook, 3d bart.
Sir Brook rf. 23 May 1733, and was succeed-
ed by his son,

III. Sir BROOK, m., 1765, Fanny, da. of
Edward Fowler, of Graces, co. Essex, esq.,
and by her (whorf. 16 March 1825) had issue,

1. Brook, rf. 9 July 1781.

2. Sir William, 4th bart.

I 3. Henry, 6. 1 June 1769, who assumed
the name of Brook, w!., 1 July 17(j9, Jane,
2d da. of sir Thomas-Pym Hales, of
Beakesbourne, co. Kent, bart., by whom he

1. Jane, b. 13 Oct. 1797-

2. Brook-Henry, 6. 14 Feb. 1799, barris-
ter-at-law, rf. 17 June 1829.

3. Mary, b. 13 April 1803.

4. Thomas-Pymm, 6. 22 Oct. 1805.

5. Ameha, b. 22 April 1812.

4. Charles, rf. young.

5. Brook-Edward, b. 7 Sept. 1779> ni.,
22 Nov. 18(t9, Harriet, 2d da. of the late John
Foote, esq., rf. 23 April 1825, leaving issue,

1. Eleanor-Harriet, b. 5 March 1811.

2. Fanny, 6. 13 March 1812.

3. Louisa, b. 7 March 1813. \

4. Brook-Edward, b. 1 May 1814.

5. Charles, b. 31 July 1815.

6. John-Emilius, b. 6 Feb. 1817-

7. George-Talbot, b. 10 May 1818.

8. Harriett, b. 19 June 1820.

6. Brook-John, in holy orders, 6.22 Nov*
178?, m., Dec. 1810, Charlotte, 3d da. of sir
Henry Hawley, bart.; he rf. 12 July 1812
without issue,

7. Brook-George, rf. in the West Indies,
4 April I8O7.

8. Fanny, b. 177I» rn., 14 Dec. 1791, Lewis
Cage, esq., both rf.

9. Sophia, b. 9 May 1772, m., 27 Dec.
1791, William Deddes, of Hythe-Mow, co.
Kent, esq.

10. Elizabeth, b. 23 May 1773, m., on the



same day with her preceding sister, Edward
Austen, of Godmersham Park, co. Kent, esq.

11. Marianne, 6. 19 Nov. 1774, d April

12. Louisa, b. Aug. 1777-

13. Harriet-Mary, b. 20 Feb. 1781, m.,
11 Oct. 18()(), the rev George Moore, M.A.,
rector of Wrotham, co. Kent, eldest son of
dr. John Moore, archbishop of Canterl)ury.

Sir Brook d. Sept. 1791, and was succeeded
by his son,

IV. Sir BROOK-WILLIAM, 4th bart.,
who assumed the name of Brook before liis
baptismal name of William*, b. 22 June
1707, m., 1st, 14 Aug. 1800, Eleanor, eldest
da. of the late John Foote, of Lombard
Street, London, esq., and by her (who d. 29
Jan. 1805) had issue,

1. Sir Brook-William, 5th and present

2. Brook-George, b. 12 Oct. 1802, in
holy orders, m., 15 Nov. 1832, Louisa, da. of
Charles Chaplin, of Blankney, co. Lincoln,

3. Brook-John, b. 2 Sept. 1804, d. an

4. Eleanor, b. 13 Nov. 1805, tn., April
1828, rev. Western Plumtre, rector of East-
wood, CO. Notts.

Sir Brook m., 2dly, 15 Dec. 180P, Dorothy-

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