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Elizabeth, eldest da. of sir Henry Hawley,
bart., (which lady d. I7 May 1816, without
issue,) and dying 21 April 1829, was suc-
ceeded by his son,

V. Sir BROOK-WILLIAM, present bart.

Anns — See Plate 15. Azure, three water
bougets, or, within a border, ermine.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, or, a Moor's
head, sable, banded, argent.

Seat — At Goodneston, co. Kent.



BLUNT, of London.
17 June 1720.

Sir CHARLES-RICHAED BLUNT, Baronet, IM.P. for Lewes, co.
Sussex, born 6 Dec. 1775, succeeded his father, sir Charles-William, 29
Aug. 1802 ; married, 20 March 1824, Sophia, da. of Richard Barker, of
London, esq., and widow of Richard Achmuty, esq., and has issue,
WALTER, b. 16 March 1826.



This family is supposed to be descended
from a junior branch of the Blonnts, of Sod-
ington, which was seated at Eye and Stret-
ton, CO. Hereford. Sir John Blunt, the 1st
bart., was summoned before the Court of
Chivalry, 1732, and fined for using the arms
of the above family without right; he ap-
pealed however from the sentence, and a day
was appointed for hearing his appeal; but
no farther proceedings took place.

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart, ni., 1st, mrs. Eliza-
beth Court, 10 July 1089, who d. 22 March
1707-8, m., 2diy, 22 Dec. 1713, Susannah, da.
of Richard Craddock, esq., some'time gover-
nor of Bengal, and relict, 1st, of John Ban-
ner, and afterwards of Benjamin Tudman,
esq., and by her had no issue : she d. 21 Dec.
1752: but by his first wife he had 13 children,
whereof five sons and two das. svirvived
him,

1. John, h. 23 July 1(594, d. unm.

2. Sir Henry, 2d bart.

3. Charles, b. 4 Nov. I7OO, in the army,
d. 1747, having m. Mary, da. of Peter Short,
of Tenterden, co. Kent, esq., and had issue,
an only son,

Harry, of Ringmer, co. Sussex, m, and
had issue an only son, sir Charles-Bur-
rell Blunt, K.M.'T., who m., 1st, Eliza-
beth-Anne, da. of John Wyche, of Salis-
bury, es(i., and 2dly, his cousin, Elizabeth
Bltmt, hereafter mentioned.

4. William, b. 4 July 1704.

5. Thomas, b. March 1707-8.

6. Rachael, the eldest da., 6. 21 Jan.
1(597-8, m. Samuel, son of Charles-Blunt,
esq., cousin-german to sir John, and sur-
viving him was re-m., May 1739, to John
Parkes.

7. Elizabeth, b. 9 Dec. 1705.

Sir John d. 24 Jan. 1732-3, and was suc-
ceeded l)y liis eldest son,

II. Sir 1IENRV% )),., 172^, Dorothy, eldest
da. of William Nutt, esq., and had issue.



1. Sir Charles-William, 3d bart.

2. Henry, of Freshford, co. Somerset,
esq., m. and had,

1. Walter ; 2. Harry, both rf. unm.

3. Walter, of Croydon, twice m., and left
issue by both marriages.

Sir I-ienry d. 12 Oct. 1759, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

III. Sir CHARLES-WILLIAM, m., 22
July 1704, Elizabeth, only da. of Richard
Peers, esq., alderman of London, and sister
and h. of sir Richard Peers, bart., who as-
sumed the surname and arms of Simons, by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir Charles-Richard, present bart.

2. Richard-Charles, b. 2 June 1776, m.,
15 Nov. 1809, Eliza-Forbes, da. of the late
captain Mercer, of the royal cavalry, and
has,

1. Charles-Richard.

2, &c. Other children.

.3. William, b. 7 Dec. 1780, m. Eliza, da.
of General Richards, and has,

1. Charles.

2, &c. Other children.

4. Anna-Sophia, h. 13 May 1765, d, unm.

5. Elizabeth, b. and d. April 1766.

(5. Louisa, b. 31 May 1767, m. William
Dent, of Brickindonbury, Herts, esq., and
d. 9 March 1833.

7-. Maria-Tryphena, ?). 6 June 1768, m.
sir Charles Cockerell,of Sezincott, co. Glou-
cester, bart., d. 8 Oct. 1789.

8. Elizaretii, b. 29 Sept. 1769, m. sir
Charles-Burrcll Blunt, of Ringmer, co.
Sussex, K.M.T.

9. Charlotte, b. Sept. 1772, wi. lieut.-gen.
sir Charles Inhofl", knt.

1(». Lydia, b. 25 Sept. 1773, m. sir Alex-
ander Sct(m, bart.

11. Anna-Maria, b. 19 Aug. 1774, m. the
hon. C. A. Bruce.

12. Dorothka, b. 23 Nov. 1778, m. Ed.
wani Fletcher, of Alresford, co. Hants, esq



* In Betham's Baronetage, and the former
editions of this work, it has been said that
this assumption was by licence from the
archbishop of Canterbury. But this is im-



possible, an act of parliament being theonly
authority by which a baptismal name can
be added to, or altered.



CODRINGTON.— FREDERICK.



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Sir Charles-William d. at Calcutta, 29 Aug.
1802, and was succeeded bv his eldest son,

IV. Sir CHARLES-RICHARD, present
bart.

Anus— See Plate 1.5. Barry nebulee of six,
or and sable, a crescent for difference.



Cre.it — The sun in glory, charged on the
centre with an eye issuing'tears, all proper.

Motto — L'Li tiKt, vita mea.

Seats — Heathfield Park, Sussex ; Croydon,
Surrey ; Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.



CODRINGTON, of Dodington, co, Gloucester.

21 April 1721.

Sir WILLIAM-RAIMOND CODRINGTON, Baronet, born at Rennes
in France, 25 Jan. 1800, succeeded his father, sir William, 5 Sept. 1816;
married Anne-3[arie, da. of mons. Joseph Le Fer Bonaban, of St. Maloes,
and has a SON and heir, b. 2 March 1829.



This family is a younger branch of the
Codringtons, of Codringtoh, eo. Gloucester,
which was a family of considerable import-
ance in this county, temp. Hen. IV., John
Codrington, esq., being standard-bearer to
king Hen. V. in his wars with France.
Christopher Codrington, a younger son of
this family, went with his fortune to Barba-
does, temp, king Charles I., where he m. and
d., leaving two sons, Christopher and John.
Christopher became lieut.-gov. of the island
of Barbadoes, and afterwards capt.-gen. of
the Leeward Islands, in which post he d.,
leaving only two sons, one of them of his own
name. John, his brother, was colonel of the
life-guards in Barbadoes, treasurer, and
pri\-y-counsellor; m. a da. of col. Bates, of
that island, by whom he had two sons,
WilUam and John. Christopher, son of the
capt.-gen., was a fellow of All Souls College,
Oxford ; but afterwards betakmg himself to
a martial life, attended king William in the
wars of Flanders, where he eminently sig-
nalized himself, and afterwards succeeded
his father in the government of the Leeward
Islands.

This gentleman is celebrated for his noble
benefactions, having bequeathed to the col-
lege of All Souls the sum of £lO,0(M) for the
building of a library, and furnishing it with
books, besides his own inestimable library :
he also gave an estate of _t'2()00 per annum
to the Society for the Propagation of the
Gospel in Foreign Parts, for the building
and endowment of a college at Barbadoes.
He d. 7 April 1710.

I. Sir WILLIAM, 1st bart., m., 12 March
1718, Elizabeth, da. of William Bethell, of
Swindon, by whom (who d. 5 Feb. 1761) he
had issue,

1. Sir William, 2d bart.

2. John-Archibald, m., but d. s.p. 1759.

3. Christopher, m., but d. s.p. 1797.

4 Edward, b. 22 June 1732, m. Rebecca
L'Esturgeon, d. 1775, leaving issue,

1. Christopher, who took the surname
of Bethell, I797, m., 15 Aug. 1796, Caro-
lina-Georgiana-Harriot, da. of Thomas,
2d lord Foley, (by Harriot, 4th da. of
William, 2d earl of Harrington, by Caro-
line Fitzroy, eldest da. of Charles, 2d duke
of Grafton, K.G.,) and has issue, Harriot,
b. 2 July 1797, d. 12 May 1831 ; Atma-Maria-
Caroline, b. 11 Julv 1798, m., 3 Jan. 1826,
the hon. Arthur-Thellusson, 4th son of



the late lord Rendlesham ; Georgiana-EUta-
beth, b. 16 July 17.99, m., 18 April 1827,
Henry Peyton, esq., only son of sir H.
Peyton, bart. ; Manj, b. 30 Jan. 1801 ;
Anna-Maria, d. 1802 ; Anna-Maria, b. 1 Oct.
1803, rf. 20 May 1823; Oui.'itopher-fVilliam,
b. 12 March 1805; Cecilia, b. 19 Feb. 1807;
Charles-Beth ell, b. 19 Sept. 1808; Elizabeth,
b. 18 Nov. 1809; Charlotte-Octavia, b. 5 Feb.
1811, ;n., 10 Dec. 1833, Henry-Lannoy Hun-
ter, of Beach-hill, co. Berks, esq. ; Isabella,
d. an infant; Eduard, b. 6 Aug. 1813; Em-
ma, b. 15 Dec. 1814..

2. William-John, took the name of
Bethell, m. Anna -Maria, sister of ——
Challoner, of Gisborough, co. York, esq.

3. Sir Edward, vice-admiral of the white,
G.C.B. K.S.L. K.S.G. F.R.S. and M.P.
for Devonpoit, m. miss Hall, and has issue,
Elizabeth, d. iinm. ; Caroline, m., Joseph-
Lvons Walrond, of Antigua, and d. his
widow, 6 Nov. 1833.

5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Five das.
Sir William d. 17 Dec. 1738, and was suc-
ceeded bv his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, ;».,22Feb. 1736, Anne,
da. of Acton, and had issue,

1. Sir William, 3d bart.

2. Mary, m., 2 June 1745, George Ber-
nard, captain of the 9th regt. of infantry,
4th son of Arthur Bernard, of Palace Anne,
CO. Cork, younger brother of Francis Ber-
nard, of Castle Mahon, great-grandfather of
the 1st earl of Bandon.

Sir William d. 11 March 1792, and was
succeeded bv his son,

III. Sir WILLIAM, b. 1739, m., 1st,
Mary Kirke, by whom (who d. 20 April 1789)
he had no issue. He 711., 2dly, in France,
Eleanor, da. of Godfrey Kirke, by whom
(who d. at Rennes in France, 13 Feb. 1816)
he had issue,

L Sir William-Raimoxd, present bart.

2. Mary-Anxe-Eleanor, b. 3 Feb. 1807-
Sir William d. at Rennes, 5 Sept. 1816, and
was succeeded bv his onlv son,

IV. Sir WILLIAM-RAIMOND, present
bart.

Arms — See Plate 15. Argent, a fess em-
battled counter embattled sable, fretty gules,
between three lioncels, passant, gules.

Crest— \ dragon's head, couped, gules, be-
tween a pair of (di'agon's) wings, cheeky, or
and azure.



FREDERICK, of Westminster, co. Middlesex.

10 June 1723.

Sir RICHARD FREDERICK, Baronet, horn 30 Dec. 1780, succeeded
his father, sir John, 16 Jan. 1825.



\U



FARNABY.



Sir John Frederick, knt., (son of Chris-
topher Frederick, serjeant-surgeon to king
James I.,) was lord mayor of London l(i62,
and M.P. for that city l(iG3, and d. 1085,
leaving a numerous issue : his eldest surviv-
ing son and heir,

Thomas Frederick, of Westminster,
esq., ni. Leonora, da. and h. of Charles
Marescoe, of London, merchant, andd. 1720,
leaving issue by her (who d. 1730) several
das. and two sons,

1. Sir John, 1st bart.

2. Sir Thomas, governor of Fort St.
David in the East Indies, m., 11 Jan. 1704-5,

Mary, da. of Moncrief, of Scotland,

and d. 1730, by whom (who re-rn. William
Poynts, of Midgham House, co. Berks, esq.)
he had issue,

1. Thomas, b. 25 Oct. 1707, d. 29 Aug.
1740, unrn.

2. Sir John, 4th bart.

3. Charles, K.B., b. 21 Dec. 1709, sur-
veyor-general of the ordnance, m., 18
Aug. 1746, Lucy, da. of Hugh, 1st vis-
count Falmouth, by whom hehad, Charles,
b. 9 Oct. 1748; Thomas-Lenox, b. 25 March
1750, captain R.N., who m. Anne Greig-
son; John-Montague, b. 21 Feb. 1754, d.
July following; Edward-Boscawen, b. 23
May, 1/62, col. in the army, and esquire
to the late duke of York at the installa-
tion, 1772 ; Augusta, b. 25 July 1747> »«•
Thomas, son of sir George Prescott, knt. ;
Lucy, b. 7 July 1752.

4. Marescoe, major-gen., b. 7 Dec. 1725,
m., 1st, 12 June 1760, Sarah, da. of Ro-
bert Pickering, by whom he had, Thomas,
b. 22 April 1761 ; Robert, b. 1774 ; and m.,
2dly, Sarah, da. of Davis.

5. Leonora, d. an infant.

6. Mary, m. Alexander Hume, esq., who
d. 15 Sept. 1765.

7. Henrietta, m. Luke Spence, d. 1777*

8. Leonora, d. young.

9. Jane, d. young.

10. Hannah, m., 25 Aug. 1772, sir Abra-
ham Hume, bart. (see that title.)

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart., was so created,
1 June 1723, with remainder, on failure of
issue male of his body, to his brother sir
Thomas, and the heirs male of his body ;
m., July 1727, a da. of Thomas Kinnersley,
esq., by whom (who d. 31 Aug. 1749) he had
issue,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

2. Sir Thomas, 3.1 bart.

Sir John d. Oct. 1755, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

II. Sir JOHN, d. unm. 24 March 1757,
and was succeeded by his brother,

III. Sir THOMAS, m. Elizabeth, da. of
Peter Bathurst, of Clarendon Park, co.



Wilts, esq., by whom (who d. 11 Sept. 1764)
he had issue,

1. Elizabeth, b. 1758, nu, 1778, sir John
Morshead, bart.

2. Selina, b. 30 Jan. 1760, m. Robert
Thistlewaite, esq.

Sir Thomas d. without issue male, 16 Dec.
177o» when the title devolved, pursuant to
the limitation, on his cousin,

IV. Sir JOHN, eldest son of sir Thomas,
brother of the 1st bart. He was one of the
commissioners of his majesty's customs; m.,
22 Oct. 1741, Susannah, da. of sir Roger
Hudson, of Sunbury, co. Middlesex, knt.,
by whom (who d. 29 June 1787) he had
issue,

1. Sir John, 5th bart.

2. Susannah; 3. Mart; 4. Anne, all
d. young.

Sir John d. 9 April 1783, and Was suc-
ceeded by his son,

V. Sir JOHN, b. 18 March 1749, m. Mary,
youngest da. and co-h. of Richard Garth,
of Morden, esq., and by her (who d. Dec.
1794) had issue,

1. John, b. 20 Sept. 1779, a lieut. Cold-
stream regt. of foot-guards, who was mor-
tally wounded at the landing at Aboukir, in
Egypt, and was buried on Nelson's Island.

2. Sir Richard, present bart.

3. Mary, d. young.

4. Thomas-Nathan, R.N., b. 11 July
1783, nu, 12 Aug. 1816, Charlotte, da. of
Robert Berney, of Anningsley, co. Surrey,
d. 21 Nov. 1818.

5. SusAN-ELiZABETH, 6. 6 Sept. 1784,
m., Dec. 1824, Robert Jenkins, esq.

6. Christopher, in holy orders, b. 10
Dec. 1785, rector of Leotton, co. Lincoln.

7. Charlotte, b. 6 Feb. 1787, m., 13
May 1824, the rev. Richard St. Leger, of
Star Cross, near Exeter, nephew of Hayes,
viscount Doneraile.

8. Edward-Henry, in the army, b. 6
Aug. 1788.

9. Mary, b. 16 March 1790, m., 19 June
1815, James-Chamness Fyler, of Twicken-
ham, CO. Middlesex, esq., and d. 2 April
1823.

10. Roger, in the army, b. 28 Nov. 1791.

11. Frances, b. 25 April 1793, m., 5 April
1811, Robert, 2d son of Robert Fellowes, of
Shottisham, co. Norfolk, esq.

Sir John d. 16 Jan. 1825, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

VL Sir RICHARD, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 15. Or, on a chief, azure,
three doves, argent.

Crest— On a chapeau, azure, turned up,
ermine, a dove, as in the arms, holding in
his beak an ohve branch, proper.

Seat — Burwood House, Surrey.



FARNABY, of Kippington, co. Kent.
21 July 1726.

Sir CHARLES-FRANCIS FARNABY, Baronet, horn 17 Oct. 17^7,
succeeded his father, sir John, 1802; married, 29 Dec. 1810, Eliza,
youngest da. of Thomas Morland, of Court-Lodge, Lamherhurst, co. Kent,
esq., but has no issue.



Of this family (which originally was
seated in Cornwall) was Henr.i/ Farnabi/, esq.,
some time mayor of Fowey, co. Corn-
wall, whose son, Thomas Farnab;/, m. Do-
rothy, da. of Thomas Foxcroft, of Bate-
ly, CO. York, esq., and had issue, Thomas
Farnabi/, who was the first that settled at
Kippington, co. Kent. He was very zealous



1^1



in defence oFhis sovereign, king Charles I.,
and being suspected to have favoured the
rising of the co. for the king, in the neigh-
bourhood of Tunbridge, in 1643, he was first
imprisoned in Newgate, and afterwards at
Ely-House, Holborn. He d. 2 June 1()47,

leaving issue by his 1st wife, , da.

of John Pierce, of Lascelles, esq., a son,



HILL.



165



John; and by his 2d, Anne, da. of John
Howson, bishop of Durham, 2 sons, Charles,
who d. without issue, and Francis (the
elder) m. Judith, da. of Richard Nicoll, of
Highgate, co. Middlesex, esq., and had
issue, 2 sons, 1. sir Charles, the 1st bart. ;
and 2. Francis, who was a student of Lin-
coln's Inn, (/.during his father's lifetime, ?/??»!•
I. Sir CHARLES, was knighted in 1715,
and on 21 July 1726, was created a bart.;
he m. Elizabeth, da. of Nathaniel Letten,
of Loudon, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Thomas, 2d bart.

2. Letten.

3. Sarah, m. sir Sydney-Stafford Smyth,
knt., chief baron of the court of Ex-
chequer.

4. Elizabeth, m. William Hale, of
King' s-Wal den, co. Herts, esq.

Sir Charles d. 27 April 1741, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

n. Sir THOMAS, w. Mary, da. and co-h.
of Montague Lloyd, D.D., and had issue,

1. Sir Charles, 3d bart.

2. Thomas, d.

3. Sir John, 4th bart.

4. Elizabeth, m. Charles Bering, of
Barham Court, co. Kent, esq.

Sir Thomas d. in 17G0, and was succeeded
by his son,

IIL Sir CHaRLES, m. Penelope, rehct
of Richard Charleton , of Lon don , m erchan t,
sister and co-h. of John Radcliffe, of Hit-
chen Priory, co. Herts, esq. ; on succeeding



to whose property, sir Charles assumed the
name of RadvUffe, in addition to his own.

Sir Charles d. in 1782, and was succeeded
by his brother,

'IV. Sir JOHN, who was lieut.-col. of the
2d regt. of life-guards, m. Mary, sole da.
and h. of Samuel Lennard, esq., and grand-
da. of sir Samuel Lennard, of Wickham-
Court, CO. Kent, bart., and by her (who d.
9 May 1833, sey. 83) had issue,

1. Sir Charles-Francis, present bart.

2. John-Samuel, b. 22 Oct. 1790, d, unm,
3 Dec. 1813.

3. Lennard-Motley, b. 13 May 1792,
killed at the storming of Fort Cornelius,
in the island of Java, 11 Aug. 1811.

4. William-Thomas, b. 31 Oct. 1793, d.
20 Nov. 1809, unm.

5. Penelope-Anne, b. 19 May 1789, m,,
30 March 1815, lieut.-col. William Cater,
and d. 6 Dec. 1833.

Sir John d. in 1802, and was succeeded by
his son,

V. Sir CHARLES-FRANCIS, the pre-
sent bart.

Arms— See Plate 15. Argent, three bars,
gemels, gules ; on a bend, or, a lion passant,
of the 2d.

Crest — On a mural coronet, or, a stork,
holding in its bill a sneke, all proper, and
charged on the neck with three bars ge-
melles, argent.

Seat— At Wickham-Court, near Bromley,
CO. Kent.



HILL, of Hawkestone, co. Salop.

20 Jan. 1726-7.

Sir ROWLAND HILL, Baronet, M.P. co. Salop, born 10 May 1800,
succeeded his grandfather, sir John, 21 May 1824 ; married., 21 July 1831,
Ann, only surviving chikl of Joseph Clegg, of Peplow Hall, co. Salop, esq,,
^nd has issue, ROWLAND-CLEGG, b, 5 Dec. 1833.



The family of Hill, or, as it was anciently
spelt, Hull, is of great antiquity in the
county of Salop. Hugh Hull, or Hill,
lived teyvp. Edward II., and m. the eldest
co-h. of Hugh de Wlonkeslowe. His great-
grandson, HumphreyHill, lived temp. Henry
V. and VI., and was the common ancestor
of this family, the Hills of Courthill, Soul-
ten, and Blexley, and of sir Rowland Hill,
first protestant lord-mayor of London.

Rowland Hill, of Hawkestone, (5th in
descent from Humphrey above named,) was
a great sufferer for his loyalty in the civil
wars ; m. Margaret, da. of Richard White-
hall, and had issue,

1. Rowland, d. unm.

2. The right hon. sir Richard, who was
ambassador to Brussels ietnp. William III.,
paymaster of the army in Flanders, a lord
of the admiralty, and a privy counsellor, d.
unm. 1727, and was succeeded in the
Hawkestone estates by his nephew, sir
Rowland, 1st bart. He also left consider-
alole estates to his nephews, Samuel Barber,
and Thomas Harwood, who both assumed
the surname of Hill, and the latter of whom
was father of Noel Hill, created, 1784, baron
Berwick.

3. John Hill, m. Stubbs, and

was father of

I. Sir ROWLAND, created a bart. as
above, m., 27 May 1732, Jane, da. of sir
Brian Broughton, of Broughton, co. Staf-
ford, bart., by whom (who d. Jan. 1774) he
had issue,



1. Sir Richard, 2d bart.

2. Rowland ; 3. John, both d. young.
4. Jane, d. imm.

.5. Elizabeth, b. 26 Feb. 1739, m., 7 June
1762, Clement Tudway, of Wells, co. So-
merset, esq., who represented that city for
more than 50 years, mil successive parlia-
m.ents.

6. Sir John, 3d bart.

7. Thomas, rf. 20Junel817.

8. Rowland, in holy orders, A.M., b. 12
Aug. 1744, d. s.p. 11 April 1833, m. Mary,
sister to Clement Tudway, esq., above
named, who d. 17 Aug. 1830, ast. 83.

9. Robert, in holy orders, b. 17 May
1746, m. Mary, da. and soleh. of John Wil-
braham, of Hough, co. Chester, and had
issue,

1. Robert, in holy orders, rector of
Walten Upton, m. and has issue.

2. John, barrister -at -law, m. and has
issue.

3. Rowland-Alleyne.

4. Samuel, m. and has issue.

5. Richard ; 6. Thomas.
7. Brian.

10. Brian, in holy orders, 6. 29 Feb.
1756.

Sir Rowland m., 2dly, Mary, da. of

, and widow of Thomas Powys, of

Berwick House, Salop, esq., by whom,
who re-m. Joseph Foster Barham, esq., and
d. 1789, he had no issue — Sir Rowland d. 7
A ug. 1783, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

11. Sir RICHARD, b. G June 1733 ; he



166



CLAYTON.



represented co. Salop in 5 successive parlia-
ments. Herf. Nov. 1«(>3, aged 75, and was
succeeded by his brother,

III. Sir JOHN, b. 21 July 1740, m., 1768,
Mary, one of the das. of John Cham bre, of
Peyton, co. Salop, esq., and had issue,

1. John, b. 10 Oct. 17<)!», and d. 27 Jan.
1814, having m., 17!»5, Eliza-Rhodes, da. of
Philip Cornish, of Exeter, esq., by whom
he had issue,

1. Rowland, b. 18 Sept. 17OG, d. 24 Jan.
1800.

2. Sir Rowland, present hart.

3. John, in holy orders, b. 11 March
1802, w., 17 Dec. 183.3, Charlotte, eldest
da. of hon. Thomas Kenyon.

4. Richard-Frederick, major 53d regt.
b. 14 Jan. 1804.

5. Philip, in the army, b. 12 July 1806,
m., 19 Dec. 1833, Charlotte-Emma-Cathe-
rine, eldest da. of John-George Norbury,
esq.

6. Clement - Delves, capt. royal horse
guards, b. 3 Jan. 1808.

7. Rachel-Stephens, 6. 2 April 1799, m.,
19 Sept. 1820, Andrew-Vincent Corbet,
esq., eldest son of sir Andrew Corbet,
bart.

8. Mary-Emma, b. 18 April 1805, m.,
14 June 1823, Andrew- William Corbet, of
Sandrone Castle, co. Salop, esq.

2. Mary, b. 12 Sept. 1770, imm.

3. Jane, b. 8 Aug. 1771 > unrn.

4. Sir Rowland, G.C.B; G.C.H. K.M.T.
K.S.G. and K.T.S., created, 17 May 1814,
baron Hill, of Almaraz and of Hawkestone,
and, 16 Jan. 1816, baron Hill, of Almaraz
and of Hardwicke, co. Salop, with remain-
der to the issue male of his deceased bro-
ther, John, fsee liebreft's Peei-ageJ b. 11
Aug. 1772, gen. inthearmy.col. of the horse-
guards, and governor of Plymouth.

5. Richard, in holy orders, b. 17 Sept.
1773, d. 3 Sept. 1821.

6. Elizabeth, d. young,

7. Elizabeth, b. 11 Jan. 1776, m., 20 Nov.
I807, the rev. Edward Nevile, vicar of
Prees, co. Salop.

8. Harriet, b. Feb. 1777, umn.

9. Sir Robert-Chambre, lieut.-col. in
the army, was i)roxy for his brother, lord
Hill, at the installation of the knights of
the Bath, on which occasion he received



the honour of knighthood, b. 25 March
1778, m., 5 Feb. 1801, Eliza, da. of the late
Henry Lumley, by whom he has issue,

1. George-Staveley, 6.20 Nov. 1801, nu,
3 May 1832, Jane, da. of Thomas Bo-
rough, esq.

2. Mary- Julia, b. 28 May 1805.

3. Alfred-Edward, b. 19 March 1810.

4. Percy, 6. 24 Dec. I8I7.

10. Sir Francis -Brian, K.T.S., b. 21
April 1779, ?»., 1st, April 1804, Hannah, da.
of Christian Faldo, of Copenhagen, coun-
sellor-at-law, by whom (who d. in childbed
1806) he had issue,

1. Emma-Maria, b. 1805, d. an infant.

2. John - Francis - Richard, 6. 21 Oct.
1806.

He m., 2dly, 6 Oct. 1819, Emily-Lissey,
youngest da. of thelate Thomas-Jelf Powys,
of Berwick House, co. Salop, and has
issuG

3. Arthur-William, b. Nov. 1820.

11. Emma, b. 18 Nov. 178O.

12. Clement, lieut.-col. in the royal
regt. of horse-guards, b. 16 April 1782.

13. Charlks, d. an infant.

14. Sir Thomas - Noel, knt., K.C.B.
and K.T.S., b. 14 Feb. 1784, lieut.-col. m
the army, and capt. 1st or grenadier-guards,
w., 27 July 1821, Anna-Maria-Shore, 2d da.
of lord Teignmouth, and by whom (who d.
1831) he had issue,

1. Anna-Maria, b. 19 June 1822.

2. Louisa-Charlotte, b. 6 July 1823.

3. Henry-Noel, b. 27 Aug. 1824, d. 22
June 1«;53.'

4. Horace-Frederick, b. 1827.

5. Charles, b. 1829.

6. Caroline, b. 1831.

15. William-Henry, 6. 1785, d. an in-
fant.

16. Edward, b. 3 Nov. 1786, a lieut. in
the royal horse guards, c?. 29 Aug. 1821.

Sir John rf. 21 May 1824, and was suc-
ceeded by his grandson,

IV. Sir ROWLAND, present bart.

Anns— See Plate 15. Ermine, on a fess,
sable, a castle, triple-towered, argent.

Crest— A tower, argent, surmounted with
a garland of laurel, proper.

Seat— At Hawkestone-Hall, near Hodnet,
CO. Salop.



CLAYTON, of MtfRDEN, co. Surrey.

13 Jan. 1731-2.

Sir WILLIAM-ROBERT CLAYTON, Baronet, M.P. for Great
Marlow, Lieut. -Col. in the Army, and a Deputy Lieut, for co. Bucks ;
born 28 Aug. ITilG; succeeded liis father. Sir William, 2G Jan. 1834,
married., 10 May 1817, Alice-Hugh-Massy, da. and sole h. of col. Hugh

O'Donel, eldest son of sir Neil O'Donel, bart., and has issue, 1. WIL-

LIAM-CAPEL, b. 14 April 1818; 2. Alicia-Charlotte, 6. 16

4^ept. 1819; 3. CAR0LiNE-3lAROARET,i.jyRJuly 1821 ; 4- Henry-

/JTHuGH-O'DoNEL, b. 2 April 1823; 5. Mary-Louisa, b. 19 June

1827, d. 25 June 1829.



This family is descended from the Clai/-
tons, CO. Northampton. Sir Robert (Hay-
ton, knt., was, l(;7l», lord mayor of Lon-
don; for wliich city, after serving in several
parliaments for the borough of Bletchingloy,
ne was nearly thirty years one of the re-
presentatives. Sir Robert d. K! July 1707,



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