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28 July 1791.


rioneth since the year 1792, succeeded his father, sir Robiert-Howell, 179G;
married, Sept. 1801, Anna-Maria, da. of the late sir Roger, and sister and
co-h. of sir Thomas Mostyn, of 3Iostvn, co. Flint, the last bart., and has

issue, ROBERT-WILLIAxMES, b. 25 June 1803.

31 3



This family is descended from Ynyr
Vaughan, lord of Nannaw, a descendant of
Cadwgan, lord of Nannaw, son of Bleddyn
ap Cynfyn, prince of Powis. The 13th in
descent from Ynyr was

Robert Vaughan, of Hengwrst, co.
Merioneth, who m. Janet, 3d da. and co-h.
of Hugh Nanney, of Nanney, esq., and d.
Jan. 1750, having had issue by her, (who d.

1. Hugh, d. unm.

2. Sir RoBERT-HowELL, Istbart.

3. Griffith, d. 17G9, s.p.

4. Catharine; 5. Sydney; 6. Janet.
I. Sir ROBERT-HOWELL, the 2d son,

was created a bart. as above ; m. Anne, da.
of Edw. Williames, of Ystymcollwyn, esq.,
and had issue.

1. Sir RoBERT-WiLLiAMES, present bart.

2. Edward - Williames, who assumed
the name of Salkhwy, in addition to his
own, 21 May 1791, lieut.-col. 1st reg. of foot-
guards, d. at Syren, 15 Sept. 1807.

3. Griffith, h. 1770, who possesses the
Rug and Hengwrst estates.

Sir Robert- Howell d. in 1796, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,


Arms— See Plate 26. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, erminois, a lion rampant, gules ; 2d and
3d, gules, a lion rampant, erminois.

Crest — A lion rampant, azure, gorged with
an antique coronet, or.

S'e«te— Nannau and Ystymcollwyn, CO.

RICH, of Rose Hall, co. Suffolk.
28 July 1791.

Sir CHARLES. HENRY RICH, Baronet, born 19 April 1784, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Charles, 12 Sept. 1824 ; married^ 6 Nov. 1806,
Frances-Maria, youngest da. of sir John Lethbridge, bart., and has issue,
1. Frances-Maria-Dorothea, b. 1 Nov. 1807; 2. Louisa-
Anne, 6. 5 Oct. 1808 ; 3, Caroline-Jessinthia, b. 9 April 1810,

»n., 2 June 1831, Philip-Augustus Browne, esq.; 4. CHARLES-

HENRY.JOHN, b. 22 Dec. 1812; 5. Emily-Catherine, b. 27

April 1814; G. Robert-Edwin, b. 16 June 1816; 7- Frede-

rick-Dampier, b. 7 March 1818;

7 July 1819 ; 9. Arthur-Newbolt,

8. Henry-George-U^illiam, b.
b. 5 March 1821; 10.

Francis-Astley, b. 4 May 1823, d. 4 Dec. 1825;
Langton, b. 23 July 1827.

■11. Ambrose-

John Bostock, of the collegiate church
of Windsor, and rector of Clewer, co.
Berks, esq., m, Mary, da. of John Hopson,
esq., by whom he had a da., Anne, who »h.,
1st, George Wingfield, of Leopard, co. Wor-
cester, and 2dly, the rev. John Morton, rec-
tor of Ridmerly, co. Worcester ; and 3dly,

Sumner, D.D., rector of Dunton, co.

Essex; and two sons, the rev. John, rector
of Beenham, and vicar of New Windsor,
CO. Berks, and

I. Sir CHARLES, created a bart. as
a-s above, in holy orders, m., 4 Jan. 1784,
Mary-Frances, da. and sole h. of sir Robert
Rich, of Waverley, co. Warwick, and of
Rose Hall, co. Suffolk, bart.; and took the
surname and arms of Rich, by royal sign
manual, 28 July 1791. By the above lady,
who d. 20 May l.'l.'W, he had issue,

1. Sir Charles-Hknry, 2d bart.

2. Sir George, knighted in Ireland,
chamberlain of the household to the mar-
quess of Wellesley when lord-lieut., »«., 10
July 1816, Catherine, eldest da. of Dudley-

Loftus, of Killyan, co. Westmeath, esq.,
and niece of the earl of Arran, and has is-

3. William-Osborne, m., 15 Dec. 1819,
Elizabeth-Sarah, da. of George - William-
Frederick Newcome, esq., and nas issue.

4. John, in holy orders, m. and has issue.

5. Edwin-Ludlow, commander R.N.,
m., 6 July 1829, Sophia, da. of captain G.
F. Angelo, of Hill House, Southampton.

6. Robert - James - Evelyn, in the

7. Mary-Frances, d. 18 Dec. 1825.

8. Louisa.

9. Caroline, d. 6 March 1815.

Sir Charles d. 12 Sept. 1824, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

II. Sir CHARLES-HENRY, 2d and pre-
sent bart.

Anns— See Plate 26. Gules, a chevron,
erminois, between three crosses, botony, or.

Crest — A wyvern, argent, with wings ex-
panded, ermine.

Seat— Rose Hall, co. Suffolk.

HUDSON, (now PALMER,) of Wanlip, co. Leicester.

28 July 1791.

Sir GEORGB-JOSEPH PALMER, Baronet, iom 20 Dec. 1811, sue-
ceeded his father, sir Charles-Thomas, 30 Ai)ril 1827.

JosF.PH Hudson, of Boutherbeck, co.
Cumberland, estj., (son of C'harles Hudson,
and first cousin of dr. George Hudson,

sometime rector of Stanmore,) was Dutch
consul at Tunis, m. Sarah, da. of William
Plowman, of Leghorn, merchant, and d. at



Port Mahon in Minorca, 1754, aged 86, leav-
ing issue by her (who d. 177(») one da. June-
Catharine, m. Geo. Peate, of London, esq. ;
and a son,

I. Sir CHARLES-GRAVE, b. at Tunis, 3
April 1730, created a bart. 28 July 1791 ; m.,
1st, Catharine-Susannah, eldest da. and co-
h. of Henry Palmer, of Wanlip, co. Lei-
cester, esq., and by her (who d. 24 Jan. 1805)
had issue,

1. Catherine-Charlotte, b. Nov. 1766,
d. 8 April 1825.

2. Charles-Stevenson, rf. young.

3. Sir Charles-Thomas, 2d bart.

4. George-Joseph.

5. Harriet, b. April 1774, m., 31 Aug.
18<)4, sir John Richardson, knt.

6. John-Samuel, of Wimbledon, Sur-
rey, b. 18 Dec. 1775, 711., 1822, Maria, da. of
Ralph Allen, esq., but d. s.p. 17 May 1832.

7. Louisa, b. 10 April 1777, d. Sept. 1802.
a Marv-Anne, d. 1803.

Sir Charles nu, 2dly, 18 Jan. 1806, ,

eldest da. of Peter Holford, esq., late a
master in Chancery, and by her (who d. 5
Sept. 1811) had no issue. Sir Charles d. 24
Oct. 1813, and was succeeded by his son.

IL Sir CHARLES - THOMAS, 2d bart.,
took the surname and arms of Palmer
only, by royal sign manual 1813, pursuant
to the will of his maternal grandfather,
Henry Palmer, esq. above named, nu, 1-4
July 1802, Harriett, da. of sir William Pe-
perell, bart., and had issue,

1. Louisa Catherine, b. 26 Dec 1803.

2. Mary-Anne, 6. 28 Jan. 1806.

3. Caroline-Harriott, b. 25 May 1809.

4. Sir George-Joseph, present bart.

5. Charles Archdale, b. 1 Oct. 1813.

6. William-Henry, 6. 11 July 1815, d. 2
Sept. 1823.

Sir Charles-Thomas d. 30 April 1827, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,
111. Sir GEORGE-JOSEPH, present and

3d bart.

Anns— See Plate 26. Argent, two bars
sable, charged with three trefoils slipped, of
the field, m chief a greyhound, current,
sable, collared, or.

Crest— On a mount vert, a greyhound se-
jant sable, gorged with a collar or rimmed
gules, and charged on the shoulder with a
trefoil slipped argent.

Seat— At Wanlip, co. Leicester.

TAPPS, of Hinton-Admiral, co. Hants.
28 July 1791.

Sir GEORGE-IVISON TAPPS was created a Baronet, as above ;
married^ 29 July 1790, Sarah, da. of Barrington Biggin, esq., and by her

(who(/. 11 July 1813) had issue, GEORGE-WILLIAM, b. 24 May

1795, M.P. for Christchurch, Hants, m., 26 Sept. 1826, Clara, eldest da. of
Augustus-Eliott Fuller, of Ashdown House, co. Sussex, esq.

Richard Tapps, of the city of London,
m. Catharine, da. and co-h. of Geo. Jarvis,
of Islington, esq., by whom he had 2 sons ;
George-Jarvis ; Richard, d. young ; and a
da., Mary, m. Timothy Buck.

George-Jarvis, eldest son, was of North
Church, CO. Hertford, esq., m. Jane, da. of

. Ivison, of Carlisle, co. Cumberland,

esq., and d. 14 May 1774, leaving issue, Ja«e,
m. George Buggon, esq., and a son,

L Sir GEORGE-IVISON, present bart.

Arms—See Plate 27- Azure, on a fesse, or,
between three rhinoceroses, argent, as many
escallops, gules.

Crest — A greyhound couchant, per pale,
argent, and sable, charged on the body with
two escallops, fessewise, counter-changed.

Seats — Hinton-Admiral, Christchurch, and
Stourfield-House, co. Hants.

CHAD, of Thursford, co. Norfolk.
28 July 1791.

Sir CHARLES CHAD, Baronet, born 2-J April 1779, succeeded his
father, sir George, 24 Nov. 1815 ; married, 14 June 1810, Anne-Turnour,
2d da. of Edward, 2d earl of Winterton, by whom (who d. 2 Feb. 1832) he
had issue, EDWARD-HENRY, b. 5 Sept. 1811.

Robert Chad, of Wells, co. Norfolk, m.,
1676, Frances, only child of Nicholas Tidd,
esq., by whom he had a son,

Robert, (who d. Dec. 1736,) m. Elizabeth,
da, of Charles Wright of Kilverstone, co.
Norfolk, esq., (son of Thomas Wright, by
Catharine, da. of sir Charles Harbord, sur-
veyor-general to king Charles II.,) by whom
he had issue,

1. Sir George, 1st bart.

2. Frances, m. Harbord Wright, of Nor-
wich, esq.

3. Susan, m. the rev. William Norris, of
Woodnorton, co. Norfolk.

I. Sir GEORGE, only son, was created a

bart. as above ; m., 1st, Sarah, da. of John
Rowls, of Kingston, co. Surrey, esq., and
by her (who ri. 17 Jan. 1786) had issue,

1. Robert-John, b. 177^, d. 1793.

2. Sir Charles, present bart.

3. George-William, b. 1784, sometime
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipo-
tentiary to Dresden, and late to Colombia.

4. Frances-Mary, b. 1776, m., 5 April
1803, John-Winn Thomlinson, of Cley, co.
Norfolk, esq.

5. Cecilia-Rachael, b. 1777, d, unnu,
28 June 1828.

Sir George m., 2dly, Mary, sole h. of Ed-
ward Fletcher, of Riclunond, co. Surrey,



esq., and by her (who d, 1794) had no issue.

Sir George d. 24 Nov. 1815, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir CHARLES, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 27- Per pale, gules and
argent, a cross, potent quadrated, in the first
and fourth quarters, a rose, in the second

and third, a cross patee, all counterchanged.

Crest — A falcon, with wings expanaed,
proper, beaked, legged, and membered, or,
resting the dexter claw on a cross, potent, as
in the arms.

Seat— At Thursford and Pinkey Hall, co.


18 July 1792.

Sir RICHARD-DUCKWORTH KING, Baronet, horn 12 Sept. 1804,
succeeded his father, sir Richard, 4 Aug. 1834.

John King, of Bromley, co. Kent, citizen
and cloth-worker of London, (who d. Sept.
1603,) m. Susan Woodward, and by her had
3 sons and a da., Elizabeth. Henry, the
eldest son, ni. Avis, da. of William Priest,
of Bromley, by whom he had a son Ed-
ward, (who d. May 171!',) having »w. Mary,
da. and co-heiress of Richard Gatwicke, of
Bromley, gent., by whom he had, besides
other issue, a son,

Richard King, of Romney, co. Kent,
gent., ni. Anne Curtis, by whom he had issue,

1. Edavard, d. young.

2. Curtis.

3. Anne ; 4. Mary ; both d. young.

6. Mary, «i., 1st, William Ansell, esq. ;
and, 2dly, Edward Crayford, esq., by both of
whom she had issue.

6. Kezia, rf. young.

7. Kerenhappuck.

8. Jemima.

Curtis King, only surviving son of Ri-
chard, was master of the Torbay man-of-
war, afterwards lieut. R.N., and a master-
attendant at Woolwich, m. Mary, da. of
Benjamin Barnett, lieut. R.N., lost in the
Stirling Castle in 1704, sister of commodore
Curtis Barnett, and d. 1 May 1745, leaving

1. Sir Richard, 1st bart.

2. Curtis, d. at Madagascar 1754, unm.

3. Mary, m. Thomas Orton, M.D.

I. Sir RICHARD, eldest son of Curtis,
was created a bart., 18 July 1792, b. 10 Aug.
1730, entered early into the R.N., and in
1738 accompanied his maternal uncle, com-
modore Curtis Barnett, commander-in-chief
in the Mediterranean ; afterwards, 1744, in
the East Indies. In 1759 he was made post-
captain. On the commencement of hostili-
ties with Spain, 1762, lord Anson particularly
recommended capt. King to his majesty, as
an officer on whom he could depend, to con-
vey the earliest intelligence of that event to
the East Indies. Gen. (afterwards sir Ed-
ward, K.B.) Draper, who was appointed to
command the land forces against Manilla,
embarked with him on board the Argo,
which sailed from Plymouth, 22 Feb. Capt.
King had the good fortune to make a very
expeditious passage to India ; which, if he
had not effected, the enterprise against Ma-
nilla must have failed, as the s(|uadron
arrived there only a few days previously to
the changing of the monsoon. 1763 he was
appointed to the Grafton, of 68 guns, in
which he arrived in England, in July 1764,
with the galleon which he had captured in
company of the Lennox. 1771 he was ap-
pointed to the Ardent, and afterwards to the
Asia, which was stationed guardship at
Portsmouth. In 1779 he was anpointed to
the Exetejr, of 64 guns, and by the desire of
lord Mulgrave and sir William James, the
chairman of ihe East India company, lie

was nominated to proceed, as 2d officer in
command, imder rear-admiral sir Edward
Hughes, to the East Indies. After his ar-
rival there, in 1780, he was promoted to the
rank of commodore. On this station he
continued during the whole of the war, and
was engaged in all the actions with the
French squadron commanded by M. de Suf-
frein. In 1784 he received the honour of
knighthood. In 1787 he was promoted to
the rank of rear-admiral of the white, and
1790 he was appointed commander-in-chief
in the Downs. 1791, he was made rear-
admiral of the red, and appointed to com-
mand the 3d division of the fleet at Spithead.
1792 he was created a bart., and appointed
governor and commander-in-chief at New-
foundland. 1793 he was promoted to the
rank of vice-admiral of the blue ; he was
elected to represent Rochester in 1794, 17.96,
and 1802. 1794, bein^ vice-admiral of the
red, he was appointed commander-in-chief
at the port of Plymouth ; and in June 1795,
he was promoted to the rank of admiral of
the blue. 1799 he became admiral of the
white. Sir Richard m. Susannah-Margaret,
da. of William Coker, of Maypowder, co.
Dorset, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Richard, 2d bart.

2. Robert-William-Henry, d, unm.

3. Henrietta, m. lieut.-gen. William

4. Louisa, m. sir Thomas Hammond,
G.C.H., lieut.-gen. and chief equerry to
king George IV.

5. Elizabeth, m, vice-admiral sir Charles
Rowley, K.C.B.

Sir Richard d. Nov. 1806, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviAdng son,

II. Sir RICHARD, G.C.B., vice-admiral
of the red, and commander-in-chief at the
Nore; b. 28 Nov. 1771, w., 29 Nov. 1803,
Sarah-Anne, sole da. of admiral sir John-
Thomas Duckworth, G.C.B., by whom (who
d. 20 March 1819) he had issue,

1. Sir Richard - Duckworth, present

2. Anne-Marta, b. 19 March 1808, /«.,
1 May 1833, sir James S. Lake, bart.

.3. George-St.-Vincent, b. 15 July 1809,

4. Henry-Robert-Cornwallis, 6. June

5. John-Thomas-Duncan, b. Aug. 1815.
Sir Richard m., 2dly, 16 May 1822, Susanna-
Maria, second da. of admiral sir Charles
Cotton, bart., and had issue,

(i. Maria-Philadelphia, 6. 26 April

7. Ciiarles-Cotton, b. 22 March 1824.

8. Fannv-Rowlkv, b. 18 May 1825.

9. JoiiN-HvNDK, b. 19 Dec. 1826.

10. &c. Other children.

Sir Richard d. 4 Aug. 1834, and was sue-



ceeded by his eldest son,

sent and 3d bart.

Arms— See Plate 27. Sable, a lion ram-

pant, erminois, between three crosses, patee,
fitchy, at the foot, or.

Crest — A lion's gamb, erased and erect,
sable, grasping a cross pat6e, as in the arms.

STIRLING, of Mansfield, co. Ayr.

19 July 1792.

Sir GILBERT STIRLING, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir James,
Feb. 1805.

The family of Stirling of Keir has always
been considered the principal of the name
in Scotland, and thought to be descended
from Walter de Strivelin, who lived in the
time of king David I. in the early part of the
12th century. Descended from this house

Gilbert Stirling, esq., who m. Mar-
garet, da. of Alexander Comyn, of Bimess,
CO. Aberdeen, esq., and had issue,

John Stirling, of Edinburgh, merchant,
m. Joan, da. of James Moir, esq., by whom
he had issue,

1. Sir JAiMes, 1st bart.

2. Gilbert, a merchant in London, d.

3. Janet, m. George M'Queen, esq.,

4. Alexander ; 5. Seasa.

6. Elizabeth, all d. unm.

7. Margaret, m. Charles Robertson, esq.
I. Sir JAMES, eldest son of John, was

created a bart. 19 July 1792, late lord pro-
vost of the city of Edinburgh ; m. Alison,
da. of James Mansfield, baiiker in Edin-
burgh, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Gilbert, present bart.

2. George, m., 25 Dec. 1820, Anne-Hen-
rietta, da. of William Gray, of Oxgang, esq.

3. Janet ; 4. Joan.

Sir James d. 17 Feb. 1805, and was succeeded
by his only son,

II. Sir GILBERT, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 27. Argent, a fess cheeky,
argent and azure, surmounted by a bend
engrailed, azure charged with three buckles,
or, between a lion rampant, gules, and a
Moor's head couped in profile, proper, in
chief, and a garb azure in base.

Crest — A demi Moor, couped in profile ;
in the dexter hand an arrow, in fesse, at his
back a quiver of arrows, all proper ; over
the crest, in a scroll, the word Forward.

Seat — At Uppal, co. Edinburgh.

GOULD, (now GOULD-MORGAN,) of Tredegar, co. Monmouth.

15 Nov. 1792.

Sir CHARLES GOULD-MORGAN, Baronet, succeeded his father,
sir Charles, in Dec. 180G; married Mary-Magdalen, da. of George Storey,
esq., and bv her (who d. 24 March 1807) has issue, 1. CHARLES-
MORGAN-ROBINSON, b. 10 April 1792, m., 6 Oct. 1827, Rosamond,
only da. of gen. Godfrey-Basil Mundy, by the hon. Sarah-Brydges, his
wife ; 2. George, M.D., w., 7 July 1824, Eliza, da. of the rev. Wil-
liam Beville; 3. JMaria-Margaret, eldest da., ?«., 8 March 1817,

lieut. -colonel Francis-Miles, 2d son of sir Francis Millman, bart. ; 4.

Charlotte-Georgiaxa, 2d da., m., 27 Feb. 1819, George, present lord

Rodney; 5. Angelina-Cecilia, youngest da., m., 12 April 1825,

Hugh Qwen, esq., only son of sir John Owen, of Orielton, bart. ; 6. &c.

other children.

King Gould, esq. deputy judge-advocate
of the army, m. Elizabeth, da. of Charles
Shaw, of Besthorpe, co. Norfolk, esq., and
d. 1756, having by her (who d. 1744) had

1. Sir Charles, 1st bart.

2. Paston, a col. in the army, who m.
Anne, da. of Benjamin Hollowell, of Bos-
ton, in America, and d. 1782, leaving a son,
James, an officer in the East India Com-
pany's service.

.3. Anne, m. Gee.

I. Right hon. sir CHARLES GOULD,
LL.D., was bred to the law, and in June
1762 was appointed judge-advocate-general
and judge-martial of the forces; which em-
ployment he held till Feb. 18(XJ. In April
177y. he was knighted, and created a ba-

ronet 15 Nov. 1792. He was four times
elected M.P. for co. Brecon, and appointed
a privy counsellor; took the surname and
arms of Morgan in addition to those of
Gould, pursuant to the will of his wife's
brother, John Morgan, esq. ; m. Jane,
eldest da. of Thomas Morgan, of Ruperra,
CO. Glamorgan, esq., (who was lord-lieut. co.
Monmouth and of Brecon, and younger
brother of sir William Morgan, of Tre-
degar, K.B.,) by which lady (who d. Feb.
1796) he had issue,

1. Sir Charles, 2d bart.

2. John, a midshipman, killed in action
during the memorable engagement of lord

3. Jane, w., 1st, Henry Ball, capt.R.N. ;
and 2dly, Samuel Homfray, of Penny-



(larron, co. Glamorgan, and Cerveth Park,
CO. Berks, esq., M.P. for Stafford, and high-
sheriff of Glamorgan, 1813.

4. Elizabeth, m. Rowley Laseelles, esq.,
2d son of lieut.-gen. Laseelles.

Sir Charles d. Dec. 1806, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

II. Sir CHARLES, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 27. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, Morgan : or, a griffin, segreant, sable.

2d and 3d, Gould: or, on a chevron, be-
tween three roses, azure, as many thistles
of the field.

Crests— 1st, Morgan: a reindeer's head,
couped, or, attired, gules. 2d, Gould : an
eagle rising proper, holding in the beak a
pine cone.

Seat— Tredega.r House, Newport, co. Mon-

MANNERS, (now TALMASH,) of Hanby Hall, co. Lincolm

12 Jan. 1793.

Sir LIONEL-JOHN-WILLIAM TALMASH, commonly called lord
HuNTiNGTOWER, borti 18 Nov. 1794, succeeded his father, sir William,
lord Huntingtower, 11 March 1833; married, 23 Sept. 1819, Maria-Eliza-
beth, eldest da. of Sweeney Toone, of Keeston liodge, co. Kent, esq., and
has issue, 1. WILLIAM-LIONEL-FELIX, b. 4 July 1820.

JaHN Manners, Of Buckminster-Park,
CO. Leicester, esq., natural son of lord Wil-
liam Manners, (2d son of the 2d duke of
Rutland,) nu, 1766, Louisa-Tollemache,
now countess of Dysart in Scotland, and
d. 23 Sept. 1792, leavmg issue,

1. Sir William, 1st bart.

2. John, took the name and arms of Tol-
lemache, 1821, m., 19 Aug. 1806, Mary,
relict of William, 4th duke of Roxburgh,
and da. of Benj. Bechinoe, capt. R.N.

3. Charles, took the name and arms of
Tollemache, 1821, m., 1st, 1797, Frances
Hay, neice of George, 7th marquess of
Tweeddale, by whom (who d. 29 March
1801) he had issue,

1. Arthur.

2. Wilbraham-Frances, R.N.

3. Louisa-Grace.

He m., 2dly, 8 Aug. 1803, Gertrude- Flo-
rinda, eldest da. of gen. William Gardiner,
next brother of Luke, viscount Mountjoy,
and relict of Charles-John Clarke, of Hit-
chin Priory, CO. Herts, esq., and has issue,

4. Louisa; 5. Charles; 6. George.

7. Lionel, in the army.

8. Maria, m., 20 Aug. 1833, Charles,
present marquess of Ailesbury.

10. Henry, in the army.

4. Catharine-Sophia, b. 1769, m., 15
Aug. 1793, sir Gilbert Heathcote, of Nor-
manton Park, co. Rutland, bart., and d.
28 May 1825.

5. Maria-Carolina, m., 9 Sept. 1799,
James Duff, present and 4th earl of Fife,
and d. 20 Dec. 1805, without issue.

6. Louisa-Grace, b. 1777, rn., 15 Aug.
1802, Aubrey-Beauclerk, 5th duke of St.
Albans, d. his widow, 19 Feb. 1816.

7. Laura, b. 1788, m., 3 June 1808, John,
present and 7th earl of Stair, which mar-
riage was dissolved, in consequence of a
previous Scotch contract on the part of the
earl; shed. 11 July 1834.

I. Sir WILLIAM, commonly called lord
Huntingtower, who was created a bart. 179.J,
took the name of Talmash only by royal
sign manual, 1821, m., 1789, Catherine- Re-
becca, da. of Francis Grey, of Lehena, co.

Cork, esq,, and had issue,

1. Sir Lionel -John -William, lord
Huntingtower, present bart.

2. Felix-Thomas, b. 1796, m., 1st, 1 Oct.
1825, his first cousin Sarah, only child of
James Grey, esq., of Ballincar, King's co.,
Ireland, and had issue,

1. Felix, b. 12 Jan. 1827.

2. A son, b. 21 Sept. 1830.

He m., 2dly, 27 April 1833, Francis-Julia,
youngest da. of Henry Peters, of Betch-
worth Castle, co. Surrey, esq.

3. Arthur-C.^sar, b. 1 Sept. 1797, m.
miss Shepherd, and has issue,

Arthur, b. Sept. 1825.

4. Hugh-Francis, m., 22 June 1824, Ma-
tilda, 5th da. of Joseph Hume, of Ken-
sington, CO. Middlesex, esq., and has issue,

1. Matilda, 6. March 1825.

2. A son, b. 1826.

5. Frederick, m., Nov. 1831, , da. of

James Atkinson, esq., by whom (who d. 1834)
he had

A da., b. 29 Aug. ia32.

6. Algernon-Grey, M.P. for Grantham,
b. 1805.

7. Louisa, ?m., 9 Aug. 1816, Joseph Burke,
esq., only brother of sir John Burke, of
Glinsk Castle, co. Roscommon.

8. Catherine-Camilla, m., 1 May 181fi,
George Sinclair, esq., eldest son of the right
hon. sir John Sinclair, bart.

9. Emily-Frances.

10. Carolina, b. 1799, d. iinm, 18 March

11. Catherine -Octa via, b, 28 Sept.

12. Laura-Maria, b. Feb. 1807.

Sir William, lord Huntingtower, d. 11
March 1833, and was succeeded by his eldest

Huntingtower, present and 2d bart.

Arms— See Plate 27' Argent, a fret sable,
a label of 3 points.

Crest — A horse's head, erased gules be-
tween two wings, or, pellatty, a label for

Seat— At Buckminster, co. Leicester.

FORD, of Ember Court, co. Surrey.
22 Feb. 1793.
Sir FRANCIS FORD, Baronet, born 15 Feb. 1787, succeeded his



father, sir Francis, 7 June 1801 ; married^ Aug. 1807, Eliza, sole da. of

the late Henry Brady, of Limerick, esq., and has issue, a SON, b. 14

Aug. 1818 ; and another Son, b. in Dec. 1821.

Thomas Ford, of the Ridge, in Bar-
badoes, gent., (descended from a family eo.
Devon,) was father of

Fraxcis Ford, member of the assembly
of that island, who m. Martha, da. of mr.
Barrow, by whom he had

Francis Ford, of the Lears, in Bar-
badoes, esq., a member of council in that
island, m. Elizabeth, da. of John Hother-
sall, esq., and relict of Samuel Osborne,
esq., both of the same island, and d. 1772,
leaving issue, 3 das.

1. Martha, m. Wm. Becher, of How-
bury, CO. Bedford.

2. AxN'E, m. John Swinfen, of Swinfen
Hall, CO. Stafford, esq.

3. Elizabeth, m., Oct. 1790, John, lord
Colville ; and a son,

I. Sir FRANCIS -FORD, of Ember
Court, CO. Surrey, one of the council in
Barbadoes, and M.P. in 17!^)0, for Newcastle-
under-Line, b. 15 Nov. 1758, and created
a bart. as above: m., 22 Jan. 1785, Mary,
eldest da. of George Adams, who took the
name and arms of Ansof}, and whose bro-

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