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rell having m., 1325, Sermonda, da. and co-h.
of sir Walter Woodland, of Devon, settled
in that county. From him descended

John Burrell, of Woodland, who, in
1414, furnished at his own charge a ship, 20
men at arms, and 40 archers, for the war
with France : he left issue several sons, of
whom, Walter, the eldest, succeeded to the
estate ; and Gerardus, the youngest, being
bred to the church, became archdeacon and
residentiary of Chichester, and vicar of
Cuckfield, CO. Sussex, where he acquired a
considerable estate, which, at his death, 17
April 1508, he left to his nephew,

Ralph Burrell, of Cuckfield, whose
son, Thomas Burrell, m. Dorothy Wes-
ton, and had issue, Ninian Burrell, of
Cuckfield, who d. 4 Sept. 1614, leaving issue
by Jane, da. of Henry Smith, of Pepper
Harrow, co. Surrey, esq., (who re-m. Peter
Courthope, of Danny Place, in Hurst-per-
point, CO. Sussex,''esq.,) five sons, of whom,
Walter, the eldest, m. Frances, da. of John
Hooper, of Stoekbury, Kent, esq., and had
issue nine sons, of whom, Timothy Burrell,
6th son, left issue, an only child and h., Eli-
zabeth, who m. Thomas, 2d lord Trevor ;

Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, co.
Kent, 9th son of Walter Burrell, of Cuck-
field, CO. Sussex, by Frances Hooper, set-
tled at Beckenham, 1684, m. Isabella, 2d da.
of John Merrick, of Stubbers, co. Essex,
esq., and d. 1 March 1671, leaving issue,

1. Peter.

2. Sir Merrick, of West Grinstead Park,
governor of the Bank of England, member
m several parliaments for Marlow and Gram-

pound, created a bart. 15 July 1765, with re-
mainder to his eldest brother, Peter Bur-
rell, of Beckenham, and d. 1/87, without

3. Frances, m. Richard Wyatt, of Eg-
ham, CO. Surrey, esq.

4. Isabella, m. Thomas Dalyson, of
Plaxtool and Hamptons, co. Fi.ent, esq.

5. Anne, m. Richard Acland, esq., bro-
ther to sir Hugh Acland, of Killeton House,
CO. Devon, bart.

Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, the
eldest son, was an eminent merchant, and
sub-governor of the South Sea Company ;
he represented Haslemere and Dover in par-
liament ; m. Amy, eldest da. of Hugh Ray-
mond, of Sailing-Hall, co. Essex, and of
Langley, co. Kent, esq., andd. 16Aprill756,
having had issue,

1. Peter, father of the 1st baron Gwydir
(see baron Willoughby de Eresby, in Debreti's

2. Raymond, d. young.

3. Sir William, >n. Sophia, da. and co-h.
of sir Charles Raymond, of Valentine
House, CO. Essex, bart., and succeeded to
that title on the death of his father-in-law,
as hereafter stated.

4. John, d. young.

5. Amelia, tn. Tobias Frere, esq.

6. Isabella, d. young.

lentines, and of Highland House, co. Essex,
was created a bart. 31 May 1774, with limit-
ation of the title to his son-in-law, Wilham
Burrell, esq. Sir Charles had two das.,

1. Sophia, m. William Burrell, esq.

2. m. Henry Boulton, of Leatherhead,

CO. Surrey, esq.

Sir Charles d. 24 Aug. 1789, and was sue-



ceeded, pursuant to the limitation of his
patent, by his son-in-law,

F.S.A., commissioner of excise, in., 13
April 1773, Sophia Raymond, as above
stated, by whom (whod. June ia02) he had

1. Sir Charles-Merrick, present bart.

2. William-Raymond, d. young.

3. Walter, sometime member for Sussex
in three successive parliaments.

4. Percy, captain in the (Jth regiment of
dragoon guards, killed at Buenos-Ayres, 5
July I8O7.

5. Algernon-Peter, d. young.

6. Juliana, m., 14 April liUjG, George-

Henry Crutehley, esq., of Sunning Hill
Park, CO. Berks.

7. Emily-Elizabeth, m., 30 Jan. 1819,
lieut.-colonel T. Kinneir, C.B.

Sir William d. 20 Jan. 1796, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

III. Sir Charles - Merrick, present

Anns — See Plate 20. Vert, three plain
shields, argent, each having a bordure, en-
grailed, or.

Crest — On a wreath, a naked arm, em-
bowed, and holding a branch of laurel, both

Motto^Snh liheHate quietem.

Seat — Knipp Castle, co. Sussex.

SMITH, of Sydling St. Nicholas, co. Dorset.

1 June 1774.

Sir JOHN-WYLDBORE SMITH, Baronet, born 19 May I77O, sue
ceeded his father, sir John, 13 Nov. 1807; married, 13 May 1797, Eliza-
beth Anne, second da. and co-h. of the rev. James Marriott, D.C.L., of
Horsmonden, CO. Kent, and has issue, 1. JOHN-JAMES, b. 10 April

1800, wj., 11 Nov. 1828, Frances, eldest da. of John -Frederick Pinney, of

Somerton House, co. Somerset ; 2. William-Marriott, in holy

orders, rector of Horsmonden, co. Kent, (took the name and arms of Mar-
riott, in addition to those of Smith, by royal sign manual, 1811,) b. 31 Aug.

1801, 772., 29 Dec. 1825, Julia-Elizabeth, 4th da. of Thorn as- Law Hodges,
of Hemstead, co. Kent, esq., and has issue, I. Anna-Rebecca, b. 20 June

1832; 2. Catherine-Twisden.b. 10 Dec. 1833; 3. Anne-Eliza, b. 11

May 1803, m., 20 April 1826, the rev. John-Digby Wingfield, prebendary
of Kildare, and rector of Geeshill, 2d son of William Wingfield, esq., mas-
ter in chancery, and nephew of earl Digby ; 4. George-Roxburgh,

b. 15 Oct. 1804, d. 24 May 1805 ; 5. Henry-Curtis, in holy orders,

b. 25 Jan. 180G, m., 25 Oct. 1832, Elizabeth, only surviving da. of Edward

Green, of Hinxton Hall, Cambridge, esq., deceased ; 6. Lydia-Bos-

woRTH, b. 6 March 1808; 7- Reginald-Southwell, in holy or-
ders, i. 18 Aug. 1809; 8. Francis, b. 28 Dec. 1810, d. Dec. 1834;

9. Edward-Heathcote, b. 18 JMay 1813, in the army.

This family, according to tradition, is de-
scended from the same common ancestor
with that of sir George Smith, knt., who was
sheriff of Exeter in 1583, and whose da., Eli-
zabeth, m. sir George Monk, of Potheridge,
00. Devon, knt., and was the mother of ge-
neral Monk, afterwards duke of Albemarle.
The lineal ancestor of the present bart. was

Robert Smith, of Ilminster, co. Somer-
set, who, by his will, dated 20 July 1055,
bequeathed a large property amongst his
children, who became the founders of several
respectable families, viz. ; 1. Edmund, from
whom descended Edmund, of Kilmiston
House, CO. Hants, esq. ; 2. George, ances-
tor of the present bart. ; 3. Robert ; 4. VVU-
Ham, ancestor of the late sir William Smith,
knt.; .5. Thomas; and several das.

George Smith, 2d son of the above Ro-
bert, acquired considerable projjcrty in the
hamlet of Woolham, within the parish of
West Dowlish, co. Somerset, and dying in
1700, left issue, two sons and throe das.

John, his 2d son and h., of West Dow-
lish, aforesaid, left, besides other issue,

1. Georifp, settled in London, and left issue,
three sons and a da.

2. Henry.

Henry, 2d son of John, was of Wind-
sor, CO. Berks, m. Mary, da. of John Hill,
esq., and d. 31 Jan. 1708, leaving issue.

1. Sir John, 1st bart.

2. Edmund, D.C.L., rector of Godmanstone
and Melcombe Horsey, co. Dorset, d. 17
Nov. 1814.

.3. Elizabeth, first wife of George Gould, of
Upway, CO. Dorset, esq.

4. SnsaiDiah, m. Benjamin Bachinoe, esq.,
captain R.N., (by whom she was mother of
Mary, duchess dowager of Roxburgh, and
now wife of the hon. John ToUemache, 2d
son of the countess of Dysart,) and d. 30
Nov. 1804.

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart., who was LL.D. in
the university of Oxford, A.M. in the uni-
versity of Cambridge, as also F.H. and A.S.,
derived, when an infant, considerable pos-
sessions under the will of his kinsman, sir
VVilliam Smith, knt., and iUderman of the
city of London, whose remains, with those
of his family, are deposited in a vault be-
neath the cliancel which he built, adjoining
the i)arish church of Sydling St. Nicholas.
Sir John was ^. 10 April 1744, and w., 1st,
Elizabeth, da. and h. of Robert Curtis, of
Wilsthorpe, co. Lincoln, esq., by whom,
who (/. l.'{ Feb. 17!l(i, (besides nine children
who d. infants,) he left issue,

1. Sir John- VVvLUBORE, present bart.

2. Elizabeth, b. 1(1 Jan. 177G, rf. unm.
G Nov. 1811.

3. A.HKHA, 6. 2G May 1782, hi., 7 Sept.



1813, the hon. Richard-George Quin, 2d son
of the 1st earl of Dunraven, in the kingdom
of Ireland.

Sir John m., 2dly, Anna-Eleanora, eldest
da. of the late Thomas Morland, of Court
Lodge, Lamberhurst, co. Kent, esq., by
whom he left no issue. He d. 13 Nov. 1807,
and was succeeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir JOHN-WYLDBORE, present and
2d bart.

^;-»!^— See Plate 20. Sable, a fesse ermi-
nois, cottised, or, between three martletts of
the last, each charged with an ermine spot.

Crest — A greyhound, sejant, gules, collar-
ed, and line reflexed over the back, or,
charged on the shoulder with a mascle,

Motto — Sempei- fidelis.

Seats— At Sydling St. Nicholas, and the
Down House, co. Dorset.

DUNTZE, of Tiverton, co. Devon.

8 Nov. 1774.

Sir JOHN-LEWIS DUNTZE, Baronet, born 1 Oct. 1806, succeeded
his father, sir John, 21 June 1830; married, 15 March 1834, Frances-
Elizabeth, da. of the rev. J. Coles.

I. Sir JOHN DUNTZE, a merchant in
Exeter, was a representative in parliament
for Tiverton, and was created a bart. as
above ; m. and had issue,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

2. James-Nicholas, paymaster -general
to the forces in Sicily, m., 3 June 1794, Jane-
Harriet, da. of sir James Cockburn, of
Langton, bart., and had issue.

3. Samukl-Lewis, an officer 62d regi-
ment of foot ; ni., in Jamaica, Jane, da. of
William Shaw, esq., secretary to the gover-
nor of that island, and rf. in Dec. 1794,
leaving issue, one son.

4. Frances, m. John Burridge Cholwich,
of Farringdon House, co. Devon, esq.

5. Charlotte-Lewis, m. Edmund-Pusey
Lyon, esq., agent to the island of Jamaica.

6. Elizabeth, m. the rev. William Chol-

wich, rector of Ermington, co. Devon.

Sir John d. 5 Feb. 1795, and his lady 31
March 1801 ; he was succeeded by his son,

II. Sir JOHN, receiver-general of the
land and assessed taxes for the co. of Devon ;
771., June 1H04, Dorothea, da. of sir Thomas
Carew, of Tiverton Castle, co. Devon, bart.,
by whom (who d. 4 Nov. 1800) he had issue,

Sir John-Leavis, present bart.
Sir John d. 21 June 1830, set. 65, and was
succeeded by his only son,

III. Sir JOHN-LEWIS, present and 3d
bart. '

Arms—See Plate 21. Argent, a holy lamb,
passant, or.

Crest— A mullet, between two eagles'

Seat — At Payford, co, Devon.

BOYD, of DansoNj co. Kent.

2 June 1775.

Sir JOHN BOYD, Baronet, bor?i 5 June 1786, succeeded his father,
sir John, 30 May 1815; married, 22 Sept. 1818, Harriett, 2d da. of the

late Hugh Boyd, of Bally Castle, co. Antrim, esq., and has issue, 1.

John-Augustus-Hugh, b. 30 July 1819; 2. Frederick, 6. 13

Aug. 1820; 3. Henrietta, 6. Jan. 1825.

John-Augiistus-Boyd, m., 3 Jan. 1717.
Lucy, da. of judge Peters, of the island of
St. Christopher, by whom he had an only

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart., b. 29 Dec. I7I8,
m., 27 June 1749, Mary, da. of William Bum-
sted, esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Sir John Boyd, 2d bart.

2. Augustus, d. young, 16 Dec. 1772-

3. Elizabeth, b. 27 Jan. 1751-2, m. John
Trevanion, esq., M.P. for Dover in several
parliaments, and d. 1798.

4. Lucy, b. 22 Feb. 1753, d. unm. 1803.
Sir John m., 2dly, 1 Aug. 1766, Catherine,
da. of the rev. John Chapone, by whom
(who d. March 1813) he had,

5. James, b. 4 April 1767. w., 22 Jan. 1802,
Anne, da. of major-gen. Douglas, d. s. p.
Nov, 1811.

6. Sarah, 6. 31 Aug. 1768, d. unm. at Lis-
bon, 16 May 1802.

Sir John was succeeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir JOHN, h. Nov. 1750, m., 26 Feb.
1784, Margaret, 5th da. of the right hon.
Thomas Harley, son of Edward, 3d earl of
Oxford and Mortimer, and by her (who d.
20 Nov. 1830) had issue,

1. Sir John, present bart.

2. Augustus, b. 1 March 1788, d. young.

3. Margaret, b. 4 April 1791.

4. George, b. 10 March 1793, m., 10 Feb,
1828, Mary Elizabeth, da. of George Black-
shaw, esq., and has issue,

1. Mary, b. 4 Jan. 1829.

2. Augusta, b. 20 April 1830.

Sir John d. 30 May 1815, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

III. Sir JOHN, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 21. Azure, a fesse,
cheeky, or, and gules, in chief, three mul-
lets, and in base, a crescent, or.

Crest — Three ostrich feathers, sable.

Motto — Confido.



LEITH, of Burgh St. Peter's, co. Norfolk.
21 Nov. 1775.

father, sir Alexander, .3 Oct. 17^50 ; a major-general in the army, and co-
lonel of the 9th royal veteran battalion ; married^ 10 Dec. 179^) Albinia,
youngest da. of Thomas-Wright Vaughan, of Moulsey, co. Surrey, esq.,

and has issue, 1. ALEXANDER- WELLESLEY-WILLIAM, b. 30

Oct. 180G, ra., Oct. 1832, Jemima, 2d da. of Hector-Macdonald Buchanan,
of Ross, CO. Dumbarton, esq., and has issue, 1. George-Hector^ b. 10 Aug.

1833; 2. Georgina-Margarei, b. 17 May 1808, d. 19 March 1828 ;

3. George-Gordon-Brown, b. 20 Jan. 1812; 4. Albina-Mary-

Campbell, b. 17 May 1814, d. July 1815 ; 5. Henrietta-Frances,

b. 17 Jan. 1816, (/. 5 June 1828.

This family is of considerable antiquity
in Scotland, and is descended from Wil-
liam Leith, who was provost of Aberdeen
1350, and m. a da. of Donald, 12th earl of
Mar. His descendants ramified widely, and,
according to Douglas, there were at the
latter end of the last century six distinct fa-
milies of the name, all tracing their origin
to the above William ; among them Leith
of Bucharne, from whence the present baro-
net, and Leith of Freefield, whence sir Alex-
ander Leith, K.C.B., &c.

Alexander Leith, esq., (eldest son of Alex-
ander Leith of Bucharne,) 13th in descent
from the provost of Aberdeen, commanded
the artillery at the siege of the Havannah,
where he was slain, anno 1763 ; he m. Anne,
widow of John Milet, esq., of co. Antrim, in
Ireland, by whom he had issue, a da., Anne,
m, Lucius-Ferdinando-Carey, eldest son of
Lucius-Charles, (Jth viscount Falkland, and
a son,

GEORGE LEITH, lieut.-col. 88th foot,
created a bart. as above, m. Margaret, eldest
da. of Thomas Hav, of Huntington, esq., a
senator of the College of Justice in Scot-
land, and had issue,

1. Sir George-Alexander-William,
present bart.

2. Thomas-Francis-Henby-William-
SON, d. young.

Sir Alexander d. in Jamaica, 3 Oct. 1780,
in consequence of excessive fatigue, whilst
commanding an expedition to the Spanish
Main, and was succeeded by his only son,

JJAM, present and 2d bart.

Anns— See Plate 21. Or, a crosslet, fitchy,
sable, between three crescents in chief, and
as many lozenges in base, gules.

Crest — A cross crosslet, as in the arms.

Seats— ht Sanbant, and Burgh, St. Peter's,
both CO. Norfolk.

HAMILTON, of Marlborough-House, Portsmouth,

CO. Southampton.

24 Aug. I77G.

Sir CHARLES-HAMILTON, Baronet, K.C.B., Admiral of the Blue,
succeeded his father, sir John, 24 Jan. 1784; born^oAwg. 1767; mar.
riedy 19 April 1803, Henrietta-Martha, only da. of the late George Drum-
mond, of Stanmore, co. Middlesex, esq., and has issue CHARLES-
JOHN-JAMES, b. 3 April 1810, in the army.

This baronet is descended from William
Hamilton, of Chilston, co. Kent, younger
brother of James, Gth earl of Abercorn.

L Sir JOHN HAMILTON, capt. R.N.,
of Marlborough House, near Portsmouth,
was created a bart. for his very judiciousand
gallant conduct during the siege of Quebec,
1775, by landing the guns and men of his
majesty's ships in the river St. Lawrence,
and thereby materially assisting in the pre-
servation of that place, under the command
of sir Guy Carleton, 1st lord Dorchester,
K.B. ; m., 4 Oct. 17*13, Cassandra, 3d da. of
Edward Chamberlaine, of Maugersbury, co.
Gloucester, and had issue,

1. Sir Charles, 2d bart.

2. Sir Edward, created a bart. 20 Oct.

1818 {see that title).

Sir John d. 24 Jan. 1784, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

II. Sir CHARLES, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 21. Quarterly, 1st and
4th, gules, three cinquefoils, ermine, second
and third, argent, a lymphad, with her sails
furled, sable.

Crest— Out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak
tree, proper, fructed gold, and i)enetrated
transversely in the main stem by a frame
saw, proper, the frame or, and the blade in-
scribed v.'iththe word " Through."

Motto— Tliruvf(h (on the saw of the crest).

Residence — Hamilton Spring, near Mid-
hurst, Sussex.



MACKWORTH, of Gnoll, co. Glamorgan.

16 Sept. 177G.

Sir DIGBY MACKWORTH, Baronet, succeeded his brother, 1794, for-
merly in the royal navy, colonel of the Oxford volunteers in 17.08, and again
in 1803, which he resigned in 1804 ; bor7i 14 May 1706 ; married^ 1st, 1788,
Jane, only da. and h. of the rev. Matthew Deere, by IMargaret his wife, da.
and co-h. of Anthony Maddox, of Kevenydva, co. Glamorgan, esq., by

whom (who d. Jan. 1808) he had issue 1. DIGBY, h. 23 June 1789, a

major in the army, w., 3 April 1823, Sophia-Noel, da. of James Mann, esq.,

and grandda. of sir Horace Mann, bart. ; 2. Herbert, b. 1 Oct. 1791 ;

3. Charlotte-Harriet, i. 5 Aug. 1796; 4. Arthur-Francis-

—5. Willtam-Harcourt-Isham, b. 15 Oct.

John, b. 7 Sept. 1804 ;

1810; 6. Frances-Juliana, b. 14 Oct

17.00; 7- Mary, b. 6

Oct. 1797, »w., 9 Feb. 1819, the rev. dr. Cleaver, eldest son of the arch-
bishop of Dublin ; 8. Augusta ; 9. Anna-Maria, 6. 19 June

1802, f/. 13 April 1819;
Feb. 1824; 11

10. Georgiana-Lucy, b. 14 Aug. 1803, d. 11
Matilba-Jane, d. May 1814. Sir Digby to., 2dly.

16 July 1821, Penelope, sister to sir James Affleck, of Dalham Hall, co.
Suffolk, bart., by whom he has no issue.

This family is of considerable antiquity
in Shropshire and South Wales. Thomas
MACKWORTH, of Bettou Grange, co. Salop,
(5th in descent from John Maekworth, with
whom the pedigree begins,) lived temp. Eliz.
and was great-grandfather of Thomas
MACKWORTH, of Betton Grange, whose

Sir Humphry Mackworth, was a
lawyer of eminence, and knighted 1G82, m.
the da. and h. of sir Herbert Evans, of
Neath, co. Glamorgan, knt., and had, be-
sides other issue, two sons, of whom the
younger, William, assumed the name of
Praea, and was ancestor of Maekworth
Praed, esq., of Trevetho, co. Cornwall ; and
the elder,

Herbert, »?., 1730, Juliana, da. of Wil-
liam, 5th lord Digby, and d. Aug. 1765, leav-
ing issue,
• 1. Sir Herbert, 1st bart.

2. Frances, m,, 1st, lord Halkerton, of
Scotland ; and, 2dly, Antony- Joseph, 7th
viscount Montague, and d. 3 March 1814.

3. Juliana; 4. Jane; both rf. «»»?..

5. Catherine, w.the rev. James Stillingfleet.

6. Susanna, m. dr. John Hotham, bishop
of Clogher.

7. Mart/, d. tmm.

I. Sir HERBERT, 1st bart., so created as
above, m. Juliana, da. of William, 5th lord
Digby, and had issue,

1. Sir Robert-Humphrey, 2d bart.

2. Sir Digby, 3d bart.

3. Eliza-Anne, m. Francis Drake, esq.,
sometime ambassador at Munich.

Sir Herbert d. 25 Oct. 1791, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

nu, 6 Dec. 1792, Mai-y-Anne, da. of Nathaniel
Miers, of Neath, co. Glamorgan, esq., and d.
13 Sept. 1794, without issue, leaving all his
estates to his widow, who m., 2dly, 1797,
Capel Hanbury, of Pont-y-Pool, co. IVIon-
mouth, esq., who has assumed the name of
Leigh in addition to that of Hanbun,'. Sir
Robert was succeeded by his sole brother,

III. Sir DIGBY, present bart.

Anns — See Plate 21. Per pale, indented,
sable, and ennine, on a chevron, gules, five
crosses patee, or.

Crest — A cock proper.

Motto — Givell angau na chywyldd — Rather
death than shame.

Seat — Gnoll Castle, Glamorgan.

PEYTON, of DoDDiNGTON, CO. Cambridge.
18 Sept. 1776.

Sir HENRY PEYTON, Baronet, born 1 July 1779, succeeded his
father, sir Henry, May 1789 ; married., 8 July 1803, Harriet, da. of Tho-
mas Fitzhugh, esq., and relict of James Bradshaw, of Portland Place,

esq., and has issue 1. HENRY, b. 30 June 1803, m.^ 10 April 1827,

Georgiana-Elizabeth, 3d da. of Christopher-Bethel Codrington, esq. ;

2. Algernon, b. 20 Sept. 1804, and d. Jan. 1806.

George Dashwood, 3d son of George
Dashwood, alderman of London, and brother
of sir Robert Dashwood, of Kirtlington, co.
Oxon, created a bart. KjfM, (see that title,) was
a colonel in the army, and d. 1706, having
m. Algemina, 2d da. of sir Algernon Peyton,
(who was created a bart, 1666, being a younger

branch of the Peytons, of Isleham, co. Cam-
bridge, who were advanced to that dignity
1611,) leaving a son and heir,

George, m. his cousin, Margaret, da. of sir
Sewster Peyton, only son of sir Algernon
above named, and d, March 1762, leaving



1. Sir Henry, 1st bart.

2. James, in holy orders, m., 1st, lady
Martha Knollis ; and, 2dly, miss Lloyd,
by whom he left issue one son,

3. Margaret, d. nnm.

4. Penelope, in. Pell Heigham, of Hunston,
CO. Suffolk, esq.

I. Sir HENRY, the elder son of the last-
named George, assumed the surname of Pey-
ton, pursuant to the will of his uncle, sir
Thomas Peyton, only son of sir Sewster
above named, (on whose death the title con-
ferred, lb"66, became extinct,) and was him-
self created a bart. U! Sept. 177(5. In Dec.
1771> m. Frances, eldest da. of sir John Rous,
of Henham Hall, co. Suffolk, bart., and
sister of John, earl of Stradbrooke, and by
her (who d. 27 May 180») he had issue,

1. Sir Henry, present bart.

2. Algernon, in holy orders, b. 19 Aug.
1786, m., 22 June 1811, Isabella-Anne,
youngest da. of Thomas Hussey, of Galtrim,
Ireland, esq., and has issue,

1. Isabella-Anne-Frances, 6. 9 June 1812,
d. young.

2. Algernon, 6. 27 Sept. 1814.

3. Thomas.

4. John, d. 24 April 1825.

5. Francis, b. 1823.

6. Elizabeth.

.3. Frances, 6. May 1773, m., Nov. 1810,
the rev. John Haggit, of Ditton, co. Cam-

4. Louisa, b. 17 June 1774, m. David Pen-
nant, of Downing, co. Flint, esq.

5. Charlotte, b. May 1776. d- young.

6. Harriet, b. 30 Nov. 1777. >«•. Oct.
1794, Thomas Kingscote, of Randalls, co.
Surrey, esq., brother to Colonel Kingscote,
of Kingscote, co. Gloucester.

Sir Henry was elected representative in
parliament for the co. of Cambridge, May
1782, and was re-elected in the parliament of
1784. Sir Henry d. May 1789, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

IL Sir HENRY, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 21. Sable, a cross, en-
grailed, or ; in the 1st quarter a mullet, ar-

Crest — A griffin, sejant, or.

Motto — Patior, potior.

Sea^— Swift's House, Bicester, Oxon.


19 Sept. I77G.

Sir GEORGE BAKER, Baronet, born IG June 1816, succeeded hisr
father, sir George, 1 Oct. 1830.

I. Sir GEORGE, 1st bart., was so created
as above, appointed physician to their ma-
jesties, m. Jane, da. of Roger Morris, esq.,
and by her (who rf. 30 July 1813) had issue,

1. Sir Frederick-Francis, 2d bart.

2. Maria-Charlotte, ?)i., 1st, May 1821,
lieut.-col. sir J. Hutton Cooper, bart., groom
of the bedchamber to his maiesty,when duke
of Clarence, who d. 24 Dec. 1828.

Sir George d. 15 June 1809, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

1814, Harriett, 3d da. of sir John Simeon,
bart., and liad issue,

1. Sir George, present bart.

2. Frederick-Francis, 6. 29 Jan. 1822.

3. A Da., b. 23 June 1824.

4. A Son, b. 8 Jan. 1826.

Sir Frederick-Francis was killed by the acci-
dental blow of one of the fans of a windmill,
1 Oct. 1830, and was succeeded by his eldest

III. Sir GEORGE, present and 3d bart.

Arms — See Plate 21. Argent, on a saltire,
engrailed, sable, five escallops of the field ;
on a chief, of the 2d, a lion passant, of the

Crest — A dexter arm, embowed, vested,
azure, cuffed, argent, holding in the hand,
proper, an arrow, of the last.

Seat — At Loventor, co. Devon.

EDEN, of Maryland.

19 Oct. 1776.

Sir WILIilAM EDEN, Baronet, Gustos Brevium of the Court of
Common Pleas, born 31 Jan. 1803, succeeded his brother, sir Frederick, 24
Dec. 1814.

For an account of this family, see sir Ro-
bert-Johnson Eden, of Windleston, co. Dur-
ham, bart.

I. Sir ROBERT, 1st bart. of this line,
was 2d son of sir Robert, 3d bart. of Win-
dleston, and brother of sir John Eden, of
Windleston, and of Lords Auckland and
Henley. lie was governor of the province
of Maryland, and created a bart. as above;
m. Caroline Calvert, sister and co-h. to the
last viscount Baltimore (which title became
extinct in 1/74,) by whom he had,

1. Sir FRb:DERicK-MoRTON,2d bart.

2. William, a lieut.-gen. and member of
the board of general officers.

3. Catherine, m., 1st., John Holland,

esq., and 2dly, George Simpson, esq.
Sir Robert rf. 17l!6, and was succeeded by

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