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ermine, between three doves, argent, three
crosses, form^e, per pale gules and azure.

Crest — A dove, holding in its dexter claw
a caduceus, proper.

Motto — Imperio regit unus cequo.
Seat—M Horton House, Newport Pag-
nell, CO. Northampton.

27 March 1779-

Sir CAVENDISH-STUART RUMBOLD, Baronet, born 1816,
ceeded his father, sir William, 24 Aug. 1833.


I. SirTHOMAS-RUMBOLD, governor
of Madras; in., 1st, miss Berryman, by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir George-Bkrryman, 2d bart.

2. Frances, m. Francis Hale, esq. (who
took the name of Rigby, in pursuance of
the will of his maternal uncle, the right hon.
Richard Rigby.)

Sir Thomas m., 2dly, Joanna, da. of dr.
Edmund Lav/, lord bishop of Carlisle, and
sister to the late lord EUenborough, by whom
(who d. 4 Jan. 1823) he had issue,

3. Thomas; 4. Henry, both d.

5. Maria-Augusta-Dorothea, m., 1st,
Frederick Manners, esq.; 2dly,9 June 1812,
sir Granville Temple, bart.

6. Charlks-Edmund, M. P. for Yar-
mouth, CO. Norfolk.

7. Harriet.

Sir Thomas d. 9 Nov. 1791, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

general at Hamburgh, 7m. miss Hearne, and
by her (who m., 2dly, 11 Oct. 180!), admiral
sir William-Sidney Smith, K.C.B. K.C.
K.S.F. and K.S.) had issue,

1. Sir William, 3d bart.

2. George, d. in the East Indies in 1820.

3. Caroline; 4. Maria; 5. Emily.
Sir George d. at Memel, in Germany, 15
Dec. 1807, and was succeeded by his eldest

III. Sir WILLIAM, m., 13 July 1809, Hen-
rietta-Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Boothby,
1st lord RanclifFe, by whom (who d. 8 Sept.
1830) he had issue,

1. Flora, b. 31 May 1810, d. unm. 1819.

2. William-Frederick-Fbancis, 6. 8
Jan. 1812, d. 16 Nov. 1825.

3. Sir Cavendish-Stuart, present bart.

4. Carlo; 5. Charles; 6. Emily.
7. Horace; 8. William.

Sir William d. at Hyderabad, in the East
Indies, 24 Aug. 1833, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

sent and 4th bart.

Arms— See Plate 22. Or, on a chevron,
gules, three cinquefoils, or; on a canton,
of the second, a leopard's face of the first.

Crest— A demi-lion, rampant, erminois.

Seat — At Ferrand, co. York.

FARMER, of Mount-Pleasant, co. Sussex.

19 Jan. 1780.

Sir GEORGE-RICHARD FARMER, Baronet, succeeded his father,
sir George, 26 May 1814; born 28 Dec. 1788 ; married. May 1825, Irene,
da. of George-Farmer Ellis, of Youghall, co. Cork, esq., and has issue,
Irene-Sophia, b. 6 Dec. 1825.

1st bart., was the son of captain Farmer,
(rf the royal navy, who, when capt.of II. M.S.
Quebec, during the American war, distin-
guished himself by a gallant action with the
French frigate, Surveillante, of superior
force, at the close of which the Quebec took
fire, and was blown up with capt. Farmer
and most of the crew. In reward of this
conduct his son was created a bart. as above.
He m., 17 Oct. 178«, Sophia, 3d da. of
Richard Kenrick, of Nant Clwyd, co. Den-
bigh, and had issue,

1. Sir George-Richard, 2d bart.

2. Sophia-Aphra, b. 22 April 1790.

.3. Louisa, b. ID July 1798, m. rev. Robert
Myddleton, of Gwayninog, co. Denbigh.

4. Margaret-Emily, b. 15 Oct. 1802, d.

Sir George rf. 2(j May 1814, and was suc-
ceeded by iiis onlv son,

II. Sir GEOliGE-RICHARD, present
and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 22. Argent, a fesse,
sable, between three lions' heads, erased,

Crest — A leopard, passant, guardaut, pro-

INGILBY, of Ripley, co. York.

8 June 1781.

AMCOTTS, (now INGILBY,) of Kettletiiorpe Park, co. Lincohi.

11 May 170G.
Sir WILLIAM AMCOTTS-INGILBY, Baronet, M.P. for co. Lin-



coin, (parts of I/indsey,) horn June 1783, succeeded, 26 Sept. 1007, tis
grandfather, sir Wharton Amcotts, bart., in the bai'onetcy of 11 May 1796,
and his father, sir John, in the baronetcy of Ripley, co. York, 8 May
1815; obtained the royal licence, confirming to him the name of Amcotts,
before that of Ingilby, 1822; married., A^r'i] 1822, Louisa, da. of John
Atkinson, of Maple Hayes, co. Stafford, esq.

This family according to Camden, has
been long resident at Ripley, co. York. Sir
Thomas hi gilhy, knt., one of the justices of
the Common Pleas, m. Catharine, da. of
Ripley, esq., and had issue, 1. Tho-
mas; 2. Henrtj, prebendary of South Cave,
1388 ; and other issue. Thomas, the eldest
son, was knt. of the shire 1348; m. Eleanor,
da. and sole h. of William Mowbray, esq.
The 10th in descent from him was sir Wil-
liam, who,. being first knighted, was created
a bart. by Charles I., and rf. 1(357-8 ; m.
Anne, da. of sir James Bellingham, knt.,
and had William, and other issue. Sir
William, eldest son, b. 1621, d. Nov. 1682, m.
Margaret, eldest da. of John Saville, esq.,
by whom he was father of John, his suc-
cessor, and five das. Sir John, only son of
sir William, m. Mary, da. of Mr. Johnson,
and had issue, John, Margaret, and Chris-
topher, of whom the two latter rf. young.
Sir John rf. 26 Jan. 1741-2, and was succeeded
by his only surviving son, sir John, who rf.
at Ripley, 14 July 1772, when the title
became extinct ; but he had an illegitimate

I. Sir JOHN, who was created a bart., 8
June 1781, b. 1758, m., Oct. 1780, Elizabeth
Amcotts, da. and sole h. of Wliarton Am-
cotts, of Kettlethorpe, co. Lincoln, esq.,
(created a bart. 1796, remainder to his grand-
son, sir William higilby, present bart.,) and
had issue,

1. John, rf. Dec. 1792.

2. Charles-Amcotts, d. an infant.

3. Sir William, succeeded his grand-
father, sir W'harton Amcotts, in title and
estate, 26 Sept. 1807.

4. Elizabeth, b. May 1784.

5. Augusta, b. April 1786, m, Robert
Cracroft, esq.

6. Anna-Maria, rf. young.

7. Anne, rf. 1790.

8. Diana, b. Sept. 1790, m., April 1814,-
William-Gunning-Campbell, of Fairfield,.
North Britain, esq.

9. VINCENT-BOSVILLE, rf. 1793.

10. Julia-Wharton, h. Feb. 1794, m.,
24 Oct. 1816, capt. Bame, R.N.

11. Constance, b. Julv 1795, m., 5 July
1819, Mark-Theodore de Morlot, M.D.

Lady Ingilby, as sole h. of the Amcotts
family, assumed the name of Amcotts in
addition to that of Ingilbi/. Sir John rf. 8
May 1815, and was succeeded by his only

II. Sir WTLLIAM, present bart.

ArmsSce Plate 22. Quarterly ; 1st and
4th, Ingilby; sable, an estoile ardent within
a bordure, engrailed company gules, and oir
2d and 3d, Amcotts : argent, a tower triple
towered, between three covered cups, two
and one, azure.

Crests — 1st, Amcotts ; a boar's headeouped
and erect, argent, issuant out of the mouth
an estoile, or. 2d, Ingilby ; A squirrel se-
jant gules, cracking a nut, and collared, or.

Seats — At Ripley Castle, co. York, and
Kettlethorpe Park, co. Lincoln.

CRAUFURD, of Kilbirney, co. Stirhng.
8 June 1781.
Sir JAMES CRAUFURD, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir Alex-^
ander, in 1800; married., 2 March 1792, Maria-Theresa, eldest da. of the
hon. gen. Thomas Gage, and sister of Henrv, 3d viscount Gage, and has issue,
JAMES-ROBERT, capt. in the ariny, »n., 23 July 1818, lady Bar-
bara Coventry, 4th da. of George-William, earl of Coventry.

for which service a monument was voted by
both houses of parliament, to be erected to
his memory, at the public expense, in the

Cathedral of St. Paul's, London ; ?m. ,

da. of Henry Holland of Hans Place, Chel-
sea, esq., and had issue.

Sir Alexander rf. 18U0, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir JAMES, present bart.

Ai-ms—See Plate 22. Argent, a buck's
head, erased, gules.

Crest— A buck's head, erased, as in the
arms, between the attires, a cross, couped,
gules. .

Seats— At Kilbirney, North Bntam, and
Welford, co. Berks.

L Sir ALEXANDER, son of Quintin
Crauford, esq., of Newark, and descended
from the ancient house of Kilbirney, in
North Britain, was created a bart. as above ;
«!., and had issue,

1. Sir James, present bart.

2. Charles, G.C.B., a lieut.-gen. in the
army, col. of the 2d regt. of dragoon guards,
and lieut.-gov. of Tynemouth and Cliff
Fort ; w.,7 Feb. 1800, Anna-Maria-Stanhope,
youngest da. of William, 2d earl of Harring-
ton, and relict of Thomas, duke of New-
castle, rf. April 1821, without issue.

3. Robert, a major-gen. in the army, rf.
24 Jan. 1812, of the wounds he received on
the 19th while leading the light division of
the army to the assault of Ciudad Rodrigo ;



SYKES, of Basildon, co. Berks.

8 June 1781.

Sir FRANCTS-WILLIAM SYKES, Baronet, M.A., born 1800, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Francis- William, 7 March 1804 ; married, 8 Aug.
1821, Henrietta, eldest da. of H. Villebois, of Gloucester Place, Portman

Square, esq., has a SON and h., b. 10 June 1822; a Son, b. 12

Feb. 1826 ; and a Da., b. 21 June 1830.

I. Sir FRANCIS, 1st bart., acquired a
large fortune in India. On his return, he
was elected one of the members for Shafts-
bury, 1774, but voted out on petition. He
afterwards represented the borough of Wal-

lingford till his death. He w., 1st, , by

whom he had issue,

1. Sir Francis-William, 2d bart.

2. John, in the royal navy,rf. 14 Jan. 1786.
Sir Francis m., 2dly, 2 Sept. 1774, the hon.
Elizabeth Monckton, eldest da. of William,
2d viscount Galway, in Ireland, by whom
(who m., 2dly, Feb. 18<I5, sir Drummond
Smith, of Tring Park, Herts, bart.) he had

3. Elizabeth, h. 14
29 Oct. 1822, having m.
yon, esq., who took the

Sir Francis d. 11 Jan.
ceeded by his son.

Aug. 1775, and d.
1791, Richard Ben-
name of De Beau-

1804, and was suc-

Nov. 1798, Anne, eldest da. of major Hen-
niker, and niece of John, 2d lord Henniker,
by whom (who d. 27 Feb. 1804) he had issue,

1. Sir Francis-William, present bart.

2. William, m., 7 Dec. 1821, Anna-
Maria-Heath, only da. of Edward Gattey,
of Harefield House, co. Devon, esq.

3. Catharine, d. 16 May I8O7.

Sir Francis d. 7 March 1804, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,


Anns — See Plate 22. Argent, an eagle,
rising proper, between three fountains ; on
a canton gules, a caduceus, proper.

Crest — A demi-female in profile, in the
habit of a Bengal woman, holding in the
dexter hand a rose slipped, all proper.

Seat — Basildon Pari, near Reading, co.

MOSLEY, of Ancoats, CO. Lancaster.

8 June 1781.

Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, Baronet, born 27 March 1785, M.P. for
the Northern Division of Staffordshire, succeeded his grandfather, sir John-
Parker, 29 Sept. 1798 ; married, 31 Jan. 1804, Sophia-Anne, 2d da. of the

late sir Edward Every, bart., and has issue, 1. OSWALD, 6. 2 Dec

1804; 2. Sophia-Anne, b. 15 Oct. 1806; 3. Emily, b. 8 Feb.

1808 ; 4. Sarah-Elizabeth, b. 1809, d. Jan. 1826; 5. Frances,

b. 1811, w., 9 Oct. 1827, James-Heath I^eigh, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., eldest

son of .Joseph Leigh, of Belmont, co. Chester, esq. ; 6. Tonman, (a son,)

6. 9 Jan. 1813; 7- Penelope, b. 9 Nov. 1816, d 28 Aug. 1833 ;

8. John, b. 15 Dec. 1814, d. 14 March 1815; 9. Caroline, b. 27 July

1818;- — 10. OcTAviA, b. 14 Feb. 1820; 11. Ernald, b. 13 Aug.

1821 ; 12. Letitia, b. 27 May 1826.

Edward Moseley, of the Hough, co.
Lancaster, (son of James, and grandson of
Jenkin Moseley of the same place,) m.
Margaret, da. of Alexander Elcock, of Hill
Gate, CO. Chester, and had issue,

1. Sir Nicholas, who was lord mayor of
London, 1599, and knighted during his
mayoralty, m. Margaret, da. of Hugh Whit-
brake, of York, and d. 1()12, aged)!."), leaving
issue, a son, Rowland, whose son and heir,
sir Edward, of the Hough, was created a
bart. 1()40, and left an only son, sir Ed-
ward, 2d bart., who d. without issue, when
that title became extinct.

2. Anthony.

3. Oswald, of Garrett, co. Lancaster, m.
and left issue.

Anthony Moseley, 2d son of Edward,
was of Ancoats, co. Lancaster, m. Alice, da.
of Richard Webster, and had issue,

Oswald, m. Anne, da. and co-h. of
Ralph Lowe, of Myle End,co. Chester, esq.,
and had, besides other issue, a son and heir.

Nicholas, m. Jane, da. of John Lever,
esq., and had issue,

1. Oswald, whose son, sir Oswald, of
Rolleston, co. Stafford, was created a bart.
1720, and d. \']f>\, leaving two sons,

1. Sir Oswald, 2d bart., who d. unm.
26 Feb. 17 '.7.

2. Sir John, in holy orders, 3d bart.,
who also d. loini.. May 1777. leaving his
estates to his cousin, John Parker Mose-
ley, who was created a bart. as above.

2. Nk holas, »i. and loft a son,
Nicholas, m. Elizabeth, da. of William

Parker, of Derby, gent., and had, besides
other issue, a son and heir,

I. Sir JOIlN-l'AHKKR MOSLEY, bart.,
above mentioned, wlio succeeded his cousin,
sir John, .'td bart., of the creation of 1720,
in the family estates, and was himself
created a bart., ft .Fune 17ftl ; he was sheriff,
CO. Lancaster, lyitCt, m., 7 April 17(i9, Eli-
zabeth, da. of .lames Bailie, esq., by whom
(who d. Oct. 1797) be had issue.



1. Oswald, b. 17 March 1761, mi., 3 Feb.
1784, Elizabeth, da. and sole h. of the rev.
Thomas Tonman, (by Dorothy, da. and at
length h. of Edward Roberts, esq.,) and d.
in his father's lifetime, 27 July 1789, leaving
issue by her, (who d. 8 Oct. in the same year,)

1. Sir Oswald, 2d bart.

2. John, b. 7 April 1786, rf. .31 Aug. 1804.

3. Elizabeth, b. 14 May 1787, m., Dec.
1806, William-Henry Ashurst, of Water-
stock, CO. Oxford, esq.

4. Frances, b. 24 June 1788, m., Aug. 1807,
sir James Whalley-Smvthe-Gardiner, bart.

2. John-Peploe, in holv orders, rector
of Rolleston, d. 28 Jan. 1834, m., 14 Oct.
1790, Sarah-Maria, da. of William Paget,
of Shepton MaUett, co. Somerset, esq., and
had issue,

1. Peploe-Paget, in holy orders, b. 22
Dec. 1793.

2. John-Edward, of Burton-upon-Trent,
attomey-at-law, b. 31 May 1795, m., and
has issue.

3. William.

4. Mary, b. 12 Sept. 1792, m. rev. Edward
Law, nephew of the 1st lord Ellenborough.

5. Anna-Maria, b. 30 June 1800, m. rev.
Oswald Feilden.

3. AsHTON-NiCHOLAS, of Park Hill, co.

Derby, b. 31 March 1768, m., 10 Aug. 1790,
Marv, da. of Edward Morlev, widow, 1st,
of William Elliott, of Derby, gent. ; 2dly,
of Joseph Berd, of Loughborough; arid
3dly, of sir Edward Every, bart., and d.
2 April 183<>, having had issue by her, (who
d.Q March 1826,)

1. Ashton-Nicholas, m. and has issue.

2. Emma - Penelope, m. rev. Francis-
Ward Spilsbury.

4. AxNE, b. 2.0 Sept. 1763, m. Robert
Feilden, esq., and d. March 1810.

5. Elizabeth, 6. May 1770, m. the rev.
Streynsham Master, rector of Croston, co.

6. Fraxces-Mary, b. 19 Feb. 1773, »j., 12
May 1792, George Smith, esq., brother of
lord Carrington.

7. Penelope, b. 13 March 1777j '«• sir
Henry Every, bart., and d. 1808.

Sir John rf. 29 Sept. 1798, and was suc-
ceeded bv his grandson,

II. Sir OSWALD, present bart.

Arnhs — See Plate 22. Sable, a chevron
between three pick-axes, argent.

Crest — An eagle displayed, ermine.

Seats — At Ancoats, one mile from Man-
chester, CO. Lancaster ; and at Rolleston
Hall, Burton-upon-Trent, co. Stafford.


23 Oct. 1781.

Sir GERARD-NOEL NOEL, Baronet, M.P. co. Rutland, succeeded to
the title, 17 June 1813, on the death of his father-in-law. Charles Middle-
ton, loi-d Barham, who had been so created as above, with limitation to sir
Gerard. On the death of his uncle, Henry-Noel, earl of Gainsborough, he
succeeded to his estates, and assumed the name and arms of Noel^ by royal
sign manual, 5 May 1798, 6. 17 July 1759 ; married., 20 Dec. 1780, Diana,
baroness Barham, sole da. and h. of Charles, lord Barham, and by her (who

d. 12 April 1823) has issue, 1. CHARLES-NOEL NOEL, baron

Barham., of Barham Court, and Teston, co. Kent, in right of his mother,
{see that title in Dehrett's Peerage^) b. 2 Oct. 1781, th., 1st, July 1809,
Elizabeth, only da. of Thomas Welman, of Poundisford Park, co. Somer-
set (who d. 1 Dec. 1811) ; and 2dly, 13 May 1817, Elizabeth, eldest da. of the
hon. sir George Grey, bart., and niece of earl Grey, who d. in childbed of a
son and heir, 20 Sept. 1818; 3dly, Arabella, da. of sir James Williams,
(late Hamlyn,) of Clovelly, bart. (who d. 4 Oct. 1829) ; and 4thly, 25 Jiily
1833, Frances, da. of Robert, earl of Roden ; by the two latter he has

issue; 2. Gerard-Thomas, in holy orders, prebendary of W'estmin-

ster, b. 2 Dec. 1782, «?., Feb. 180G, Charlotte- Sophia, da. of sir Lucius
O'Brien, of Dromoland, co. Clare, bart., (whose grandfather, Lucius, was
nephew of Anne, duchess of York, mother of queens JMary and Anne,) and

has issue; 3. Horace, major in the army, b. 13 Nov. 1783, d. Dec.

1807 ; 4. Henry-Robert, R.N., b. Dec. 1784, d. in the West Indies,

1800; 5. Louisa-Elizabeth, h. 20. Jan. 1786, m., 10 Feb. 1807,

William-Henry Hoare, of the Grove, co. Surrey, esq., cousin of sir Richard-
Colt Hoare, of Stourhead, co. Wilts, bart., and d. 5 April 1816; 6. So-
phia, d. 20 May 1787 ; 7- Emma, b. 26 Feb. 1788, m., 7 June 1808,

Stafford O'Brien, of Blatherwicke Hall, co. Northampton, esq.; 8.

WiLLiAM-MiDDLETOX, b. 2 May 1789, m., 20 May 1817, Anne, only child

of Joseph Yates, of Clanna Falls, co. Gloucester, esq. ; 9. Frederick,

capt. R.N., b. 25 April 1790, m., 7 Sept. 1815, Mary, eldest da. of MlUiam
Woodlev, esq., and d. 27 Dec. 1833, leaving issue, a son, b. July 1816;
10." Arthur, 6. 20 May 1791, d. 7 Oct. 1793; 11. Charlotte-
Margaret, b. 6 May 1792, m., 22 Jan. 1813, Thomas Welman, of Poim-
disford Park, co. Somerset, esq. ; 12. Francis-Ja3IES, b. 4 May 1793,



in holy orders, w., 24 April 1 822, Cecilia-Penelope, da. of the late Paul-Cobb
Methuen, esq., of Corsham- house, co. Wilts, and has issue, 1. Maltilda-
Catharine-Emma, b. 1 June 1823; 2. Edward-Andrew^ h. 2 Jan. 1825 ; 3.

James-Gambier, b. 10 Jnly 1820 ; 4. a Da., b. 22 Feb. 1832; 13. Berk-

LEY-OcTAVius, b. 3 Dec. 1794, m., 22 June 1820, Letitia-Penelope, only
da. of Ralph Adderley, of Elmey Castle, co. Worcester, esq., and widow of
Andrew Halkett, of Moxhull Park, co. Warwick, esq., and has issue, Berkeley-

Plantagenet-Charles, b. 29 July 1821 ; 14. Augusta-Julia, 6.7 Jan.

1796, m., 27 April 1814, Thomas-G. Babington, esq., eldest son of Thomas
Babington, of Rothley Temple, co. Leicester, esq., and d. 19 June 1833;

15. Leland, b. 21 Aug. 1797, in holy orders, m., 30 Dec. 1824, Mary.

Arabella, da. of John-Saville Foljambe, of Osberton Hall, Notts, esq.;-

16. Baptist-Wriothesly, in holy orders, b. 10 July 1798, w., 17 Oct.

1820, , the eldest da. of Peter Baillie, of Dochfour, esq., and has issue,

a son, 6. 15 Aug. 1827 ; 17' Juliana-Hicks, i. 4 Oct. 1800, m., 20

June 1834, rev. S. Phillips, vicar of Llarddrewe, co. Glamorgan ;

18. Edward-Andrew, 6. 2 July 1803, d. 11 Nov. 1823. Sir Gerard w.,
2dly, 4 INlay 1823, Harriet, da. of the rev. J. Gill, of Scraptoft, co. Lei-
cester, which lady c?. Aug. 1826; and 3dly, 13 Aug. 1831, mrs. Isabella
Evans Raymond.

Gerard-Anne Edwardes, of Welham,
CO. Leicester, and of Tickencote, co. Rut-
land, (natural son of lord Anne Hamilton,
3d son of James, 2d duke of Brandon,) m.
Jane, 2d da. of Baptist-Noel, 4th earl of
Gainsborough, and sister of Baptist, 5th,
and Henry, fith and last earl of Gainsbo-
rough, and d. 29 Oct. 1773, leaving issue by
her, a da., Anna-Margaretta, and one


.Sir Gerard, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 22. Or, fretty, gules, a
canton, ermine.

Crest — On a wreath, a buck, argent; at-
tired, or.

Motto — Tout hien, ou rien.

Seat — Exton Park, near Stamford, co.

FLETCHER, of Clea-Hall, co. Cumberland, and Ashley, co. Surrey.

20 May 1782.

Sir HENRY FLETCHER, Baronet, born 18 Sept. 1807, succeeded his
father, sir Henry, 10 Aug. 1821, married, 26 June 1834, Emily-Maria, 2d
da. of George Browne, esq., sometime a member of council at Bombay.

Henry Fletcher, of Cockermouth, en-
tertained Mary, queen of Scots, at his house,
in her journey from Workington (where she
landed) to Carlisle, 1.5()iJ, and presented her
with robes of velvet, for which she returned
him a letter of thanks. He rf. Ifi Eliz. l.'>74,
possessing an estate of the value of above
^'2(»,(10<I, and leaving issue,

1. William, ancestor of the Fletchers of

2. Lancelot, ancestor of the Fletchers
of Tallantire.

3. James ; 4. John, both d. unm.

5. Henry, d. unm.

6. Thomas.

7. Rop.krt, of the Isle of Man.
Thomas, (jth son of Henry, m. Jane, da.

and h. of Bollen, and had issue,

1. Sir Richard, whose son, sir Henry,
was created a bart. I(i4(», raised a regiment
at his own expense for the service of king
Charles L, and was slain at Rawton Heath,
near Chester, 104.5, leaving an only son,

Sir fiKORCJE, 2d bart., who d. 23 July
17<10, leaving a son, sir Henry, 3d and
last bart. of this branch, who rf. a monk
at Douay, and three das., 1. Ijicj/, m.
Francis Bowes, esq. ; 2. AUre, rf. num. ; 3.
Catharhic, m. Lionel Vane, of Long New-
ton, esq., and was grandmotlier of sir
Henry Vane-Tem])cst, created a bart.
17!i2, and of sir Lionel-Wright Vane-Flet-
cher, created a bart. 17H() (sw; thtit title).

2. Thomas, a merchant in London.

3. Philip.

4. Lancelot; 5. Henry.

Philip Fletcher, 3d son of Thomas, m.
and had issue, John, who was father of Ri-
chard, father of

Philip, a major in the army, rf. 1744, aged
93, leaving two sons,

1. John, nu, 1st, Mary, da. of Evan
Christian, esq., by whom lae had,

L Richard, rf. young.
He /«., 2dly, Isabel, da. and co-h. of John
Senhouse, esq., by whom he had issue,

2. Philip, a captain in the army, rf. in
the West Indies, 1742.

3. John , also a captain in the army, d. in
the East Indies, 1743.

i. James, rf. younj^.

5. George, a captain of grenadiers ; after
some years' service in North America, he
was shot through the heart, in the battle
near Quebec, l/;")!).

6. Lowther, lieut. R.N., lost at sea, 175G.

7. Sir Hknhv, 1st bart.

jt. Charles, a cajitain of marines, served
during tlie seven years' war in North Ame-
rica and the West Indies, and rf. there of
the yellow fever, 17*>3.

i». (irace, >». William Taylor, esq.

10. Jane, m. Thomas Benson, esq.

2. PiiiLii', many years surveyor-general
of the province of Ulster, which oflice he
held till his death in \":a\. He m. Mary, da.
of the rev. Twigg, by whom he liad,

1. Philip, rf. at Bengal, unm.



2. Thomas, killed at the battle of Det-

3. Richard, to. Anne-Helena-Scott Ed-
monstoue, da. of Archd. Edmonstone,
esq. ; he d. 1782, leaving one son, Philip,
M.D., b. 1757.

4. Edward, in holy orders, lived at Lis-
bum, in Ireland, and to. Jane Murray ;
he d. Jan. 1777. leaving three sons ; 1. Phi-
lip, b. 26 Nov. 1754, in holy orders, suc-
ceeded his father in his livings near Lis-
bum ; 2. Edward, b. 7 April 17(J3, late chief
of Santipore, in Bengal, in the service of
the East India Company ; 3. James, b. 29
July 1768.

.3. Elizabeth, m. Humphrey Pearson, d.

I. Sir HENRY, 7th son of John, was
created a bart. 20 May 1782, b. I727, bred in
the service of the East India Company, and
commanded two of their ships ; the Stor-
mont, 1759, and the Earl of Middlesex,
1763. In 1766, was chosen a director, and
continued one of that board until 1784. He
was elected M.P. for co. Cumberland, I768,
1774,1780,1784, 1790, 1796, and 1802; m.,
Oct. 1768, Catharine, da. and sole h. of
Henry Lintot, of Southwater, co. Sussex,
esq., (son of Bernard Lintot, the celebrated

bookseller,) by Elizabeth, da. of sir John
Aubrey, bart., and by her (who d. 17 Oct.
1816) had issue,

1. Sir Henry, 2d bart.

2. Catharine, b. 7 July 1770.

Sir Henry d, 29 March 1807, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

II. Sir HENRY, b. 4 Feb. 1772, m., 19
March 1801, Frances-Soiihia, 4th da. of Tho-
mas Vaughan, of Wooastone, co. Lincoln,
esq., and by her (who d. 9 Feb. 1828) had

1. A DA., d. an infant.

2. Sir Henry, present bart.

3. Sophia-Catharine, d. 4 Jan. 1822.

4. John-Philip, 6. 31 March 1815.

5. Frances-Charlotte, d. 7 Feb. 1829,
aged 15.

Sir Henry d. 10 Aug. 1821, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

III. Sir HENRY, present bart.

Anns — See Plate 22. Argent, a cross en-
grailed, sable between four pellets, each
charged with a Pheon argent.

Crest — A horse's head, argent, charged
with a trefoil, gules.

Motto — Martis, non Ciipidinis.

Seat — Ashley Park, co. Surrey.


of Haldox-House, CO. Devon.

19 June 1782.

Sir LAURENCE-VAUGHAN PALE, Baronet, born 24 April 1793,
succeeded his father, sir Laurence, 20 June 1813; married, 9 Dec. 1815,
Anna-Eleonora, eldest da. of sir Bourchier Wrey, bart., and relict of Ed-

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