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6. Matilda, 6. March 1791, d. an infant.

7. Leopold-Erasmus, b. 24 Nov, 1792,
in holy orders.

8. Lfmpster-George- Gregory, b. 24
Feb. 1794, in holy orders.

9. Charles-Bevill, 6. 1796.

Sir John d. 14 April 1797> and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir JOHN-EDWARD, 6. 17 Sept.

1782, d. unm. 29 Sept. 1Q18, and was suc-
ceeded by his brother,

III. The rev. sir HENRY, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 28. Azure, a lion ram-
pant, and in chief, a sphere, between two
etoiles, or.

Crest — A demi-lion, sustaining in his right
paw a sphere, as in the arms.
Seat— At Canons-xVshby, co. Northampton.



SALUSBURY, of Llanwern, co. Monmouth.
4 May 1795.

Sir THOMAS.ROBERT SALUSBURY, Baronet, born 18 May 1783,
succeeded his fathei', sir Robert, 15 Nov. 1817 ; married, 1 Oct. 1833,
Elizabeth. Mary, da. of the rev. Lynch Burroughs, of Offley Place, co.
Herts.



This family is of very high antiquity,
and descended from Adam de Salusbury,
who is said to have been captain of the
ca.stle of Denbigh, at a period little subse-
quent to the Norman conciuest, inasmuch
as his great-grandson, John Salu.s]jury, of
Llewenny, co. Denbigh, d. anno 18 Edw. I.
1289. Eighth in descent from the said John,
was



Sir John, of Llewenny, who m. Jane, da.
and co-h. of David Middleton, of Chester,
esq., and had issue, besides many other
children, Jofin, his eldest son, whose grand-
son, Henry, was created a bart. 1619, and
Roger, his (itli son, of whom hereafter,
ancestor of the present bart.

Sir Henry Sakisbury, who was created
a bart. 1619, d. 1632, and was succeeded by



GRACE.



261



•his only suniving son, sir Thomas, who
?n. Hesther, da. of sir Edward Tirrell, of
Thomdon, co. Bucks, knt., and had issue
two sons, sir Thomas and sir John, suc-
cessive barts., (on the death of the last of
whom, 23 May 1684, without issue, the title
became extinct,) and a da., Hesther, who
became h. of this branch of the family, and
m, sir Robert Cotton, of Combennere, bart.

Roger Salusbury, before mentioned,
6th son of sir John, by Jane Middleton,
was of Bachecraig, co. Flint, m. Anne, da.
and co-h. of sir Richard Clough, of Bache-
craig, and had several das. and an only son,

John, of Bachecraig, /?;. Elizabeth, da. of
Thomas Ravenscroft, and had issue,

John, of Bachecraig, m. Elizabeth, da. of
Thomas Norris, of Speke, co. Lancaster,
and had issue, 1. John, who d. without male
issue, and 2.

Thomas, of Bachecraig, ?>?. Anne, only da.
and h. of Thomas Percival, of North Weston,
CO. Somerset, and d. 1700, leaving issue,

1. Thomas, m. his cousin, Lucy, da. and
co-h. of his uncle, John Salusbury, esq.,
and d. 1714, leaving issue two sons,

1. John, (who m, a da. of sir Robert
Cotton, by Hesther Salusbury, before
mentioned, and left an only da. and h.,
Hesther-Lynch, m., 1st, Henry Thrale,
and, 2dly, Gabriel Piozzi, esqs.)

2. Sir Thomas, knt., judge of the ad-
miralty court, twice m., but d. without
issue 1773.

2. Norfolk.
Norfolk, of Place y

2d son of Thomas, by
Elizabeth, da. and h. of Robert Williams,
of Green, co. Denbigh, and d. 1736, leaving
two sons,

1. Robert, father of the 1st bart.

2. Thelwall, in holy orders, m. Anne,
natural da. of James Cecil, earl of Salis-
bury, and had issue,

1. Thomas; 2. Robert; S.James.

4. Anne.
Robert, of Cotton Hall, eldest son of
Norfolk, m. Gwen, da. and h. of Ellis Da-
vies, of Nantyrerwhaid, co. IMerioneth, esq.,
and d. 177G, having had issue by her, (who



Werd, CO. Denbigh,
Anne Percival, m.



d. 1790,)

1. Sir Robert, 1st bart.

2. John, d. urtm.

3. Thomas, in the army, in. Sarah, da. of
Bulkeley Hatchett, of Lee Hall, co. Salop,
esq.

4. Lynch, vicar of Offley, co. Herts, took
the surname and arms of" Burroughs only,
1804, m., 1790, Jane, da. of William Offley,
of Great Ormond Street, esq., and has issue,

1. William ; 2. Samuel ; 3. Gwen, all
three dec.

4. Elizabeth-Mary, m., 1 Oct. 1833, sir
Thomas-Robert Salusbury, bart.

5. Thelwall, in holy orders, rector of
Gravely, co. Herts, m. Elizabeth, da. of the
above-named William Offley, and d. 1814,
leaving issue,

1. Robert, d.

2. Mary- Elizabeth, m. Charles Payne,
of CO. Bedford, esq.

3. Rev. Thelwall in holy orders.

4. Anne, d.

I. Sir ROBERT, created a bart. 4 May
1795; b. 10 Sept. 1756; m., 16 May 1780,
Catharine, da. and co-h. of Charles Van, of
Llanwem, esq., and had issue,

1. Thomas, d. an infant.

2. Sarah-Katherine, b. 26 Jan. 1782.

3. Sir Thomas-Robert, present bart.

4. Charlotte-Gwen, b. 6 Feb. 1786, m.,
28 May 1811, Thomas-Bates Rous, of Cour-
tyrala, eo. Glamorgan, esq.

5. Elizabeth-Jane, b. 26 June 1787.

6. Charles-John, b. 7 Feb. 1792.

7. Henry-Vanne, D.C.L., b. 15 Nov.
1796, m., June 1825, Elinor, 2d da. of John
de Mierre, esq., and d. 17 Dec. 1830.

Sir Robert rf. 17 Nov. 1817, and was suc-
ceeded bv his eldest son ,

II. Sir" THOMAS - ROBERT, present
bart.

Arms — See Plate 28. Gules, a lion ram-
pant, argent, crowned, or, between three
crescents, of the last.

Crest — A demi - lion rampant, argent,
crowned, or, holding in his paws a crescent,
of the last.

Seat — At Llanwem, near Penhowe, co,
Monmouth.



GRACE, of Rahin, Queen's County, Ireland,
heretofore



GAMON, of MiNCHEN

11 May

Sir WILLIAM GRACE, Baronet
Gamon, 8 April 1818.

The " Memoirs of the Family of Grace,"
by Sheffield Grace, esq., brother of the pre-
sent bart., derive this family from Ray-
mond Crassus, or le Gros, who is said to
have been brother-in-law of Richard Strong-
bow, earl of Pembroke, and one of his com-
panions when he invaded Ireland. This
Raymond Crassus was 4th in descent from
Walter Fitz-Otho, castellan of Windsor,
1078, and common ancestor of the Wind-
sors, Carews, Fitzgeralds, Fitzgibbons, Fitz-
maurices, and several other noble families
in England and Ireland. He is said to have
acquired a large tract of land, co. Kilkenny,
denominated Grace's country, where tne
elder branch of his descendants remained
till about I674, and were entitled barons of
Courtstown.

Sir Oliver Grace, a younger brother of
Grace of Courtstown, settled at Ballylinch,
CO. Kilkenny, towards the middle of the



House, co. Middlesex.
1795.
, succeeded his kinsman, sir Richard

I6th century, ?h. Mary, sister of sir Maurice
Fitzgerald, viscount "Decies, and d. about
1580, leaving a son and heir,

Gerald, m. Margaret, da. of sir Robert
Hartpoole, of Shrule Castle, Queen's Coun-
ty, and d. 4 March 1618, leaving issue by
her (who d. 11 Feb. 1619) a son and heir,

Oliver, m. Margaret, da. of Edmund
Butler, 2d viscount Mountgarret, and d. 27
Aug. 1626, leaving a son and heir,

Gerald, m. Ellen, eldest da. and even-
tually co-h. of Edmund Butler, 3d lord
Dunboyne, and widow of James Butler,
eldest son of Pierce, 1st viscount Ikerrin.
He was slain at the battle of Kilrush, 15
April 1642, leaving two sons, of whom,
John, the eldest, d. s.p., and

William, 2d bart., m. Elinor, sister of
Edward-Butler, 2d viscount Galmoy, and d.
1669, leaving issue,

I. Oliver, of whom hereafter.



2G2



DARELL.



2. John, of the Grange, m. Anne, da. and
h. of John Grace, of Tnomastown, and had
issue an only da. and heiress, Elizabeth, w.
Richard Gamon, of Datchworthbury, co.
Herts, by whom she had a da., Anne-Eliza,
m. James, last duke of Chandos, (and
was mother of Anna - Eliza, duchess of
Buckingham and Chandos,) and a son, sir
Richard Gamon, who was created a bart.
11 May 1795j with remainder, on failure of
issue male of his own body, to Richard
Grace, of Boley, esq., hereafter mentioned,
(great-grandson of the above William,) and
his issue male. Sir Richard ?n., 1st, Grace,
da. of James Jeffreys, esq., by whom he had
no issue; and, 2dly, lady Amelia Murray,
da. of John, 3d duke of Athol, by whom he
had an only da. He d. without issue male
8 April 1818, and Richard Grace, esq., hav-
ing pre-deceased him, was succeeded by the
present bart.

Oliver, son and h. of William, was of
Shanagah, now called Gracefield, m. Ur-
sula, only surviving child of John Bryan,
of Bawnmore, (by Ursula, his 2d wife, 2d
da. and co-h. of Walter Walsh, of Castle-
hoel, by lady Magdalen Sheffield, sister of
Edmund, 2d earl of Mulgrave, and great-
aunt and eventual sole h. of Edmund Shef-
field, last duke 'of Buckingham of that fa-
mily,) and by her (who d. 13 June 1736) had
issue,

1. Michael.

2. Anne, m., 1st, Richard Nagle, esq.;
and 2dly, Edmund Butler, 8th lord Dun-
boyne.

Oliver Grace d. 8 June 1708, and was suc-
ceeded at Gracefield by his only son,

Michael, b. 1682, ni. Mary, da. of John
Galway, of Lota House, (by Elizabeth, sister
of sir John Meade, grandfather of the 1st
earl of Clanwilliam,) and by her (who d.
28 Nov. 1736) had issue,

1. Oliver, of Gracefield, m. Mary, da.
and h. of John Dowell, of Mantua House,
CO. Roscommon, and d. 25 Aug. 1785, leav-
ing issue by her (who d. 14 Nov. 1765) 2
sons,

1. Michael, of Gracefield, m. Mary, da.
and co-h. of Nicholas Plunkett, of Dun-
soghly Castle, and d. 25 Aug. 1785, leaving
an only da. and h., Alicia, m. Morgan Ka-
vanagh, esq.

2. John-Dowell, of Mantua House, m.



Mary, da. and co-h. of P. Hussey, of Ar-
dimore, esq., and rf. 25 April 1811, leaving
an only son, Oliver-John-Dowell Grace,
of Mantua-House.

2. William, of whom presently.

3. Sheffield, m. Frances, da. of John
Bagot, of Castle Bagot, and rf. 5 Sept. 1746,
leaving a son, Raymond, who rf. umn. 1764.

William, 2d son of Michael, resided
chiefly in France, m. Mary, da., and even-
tually sole h., of Richard Harford, of
Marshfield, esq., and by her (who rf. 10 April
1799) had issue,

1. Richard.

2. John, in the Austrian service, d. at
Belgrade, 31 Oct. 1789, tmm.

3. Clara-Louisa, m. William Middleton.,
of Stockeld Park, co. York, esq.

William Grace d. 23 Nov. 1777.

Richard Grace, eldest son of William,
was of Boley and Southville, a barrister-at-
law, and member of the Irish parliament.
On him and his issue male the baronetage
granted to sir Richard Gamon was limited m
remainder. He m. Jane, da. of the hon.
John Evans, of Bulgaden Hall, son of
George, 1st lord Carbery, and by her (who
rf. 24 March 1804) had issue,

1. Sir William, present bart.

2. Sheffield, barrister-at-law, LL.D.
and F.S.A., sometime of St. Mary Hall, Ox-
ford, and of Lincoln's Inn, received the
honorary degree of LL.D. at the annual
commemoration at Oxford, 1827, m., 29 June
1829, Harriet Georgiana, 2d da. of lieut.-
gen. sir John Hamilton, of Woodbrook,
bart.

3. Percy, post captain R.N.

4. Jane, m. George-Frederick Brooke,
esq., brother of sir Henry Brooke, bart.

5. Louisa-Caroline.

Richard Grace, esq., rf. 9 Jan. 1801, dur-
ing the lifetime of sir Richard Gamon, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, who, on the death of
sir Richard Gamon, in 1818, as above stated,
succeeded to the title, and became 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 28. Gules, a lion ram-
pant, per fess, argent and or.

Crest — On a wreath a lion rampant, as in
the arms.

Mottoes — Above the crest ; En grace affie.
Under the arms ; Concordant nomine fa4:ta.

Seat— Gx&ce Castle, Kilkenny.



DARELL, of Richmond, co. Surrey.
12 May 1795.

Sir HARRY-FRANCIS-COLVILLE DARELL, Baronet,
Nov. 1814, succeeded his father, sir Harry, 13 April 1028.



horn 17



This family derives its origin from a
William Darell, who was seated at
Sesay, co. York, in the reign of king John :
Uie elder branch continued at Scsay till the
time of Henry VII., when it enilcd in a
heir-female, who m. sir Guy Dawney, knt.
A younger branch was elevated to the ba-
ronetcy, 1622, in the person of sir John
Darrell, of West Woodhay, co. Berks,
which title has been long extinct.

William Darkll, of Sesay, 6th in
descent from the William above named, rf.
42 Ed. III., leaving a younger son,

John, who settled at Calehill, co. Kent,
and was the immediate ancestor of the pre-
sent bart. ; his son and heir, Thomas, re-
moved to Scotney, co. Sussex. Fourth in



descent from him was sir Marmaduke, of
Fulmere, co. Bucks, cofferer to king Charles
I., and 4th in descent from sir Marmaduke,
was

Lionell Darell, of Bedford-row, b.
1708, d. li> Oct. 1783, m. Honoria, da. of
Huniiihrey Hardwick, vice-consul at Lis-
bon, by wliom he had John, a major in the
East India CoiTii)any's service, b. 21 March
1744 ; rf. Ai)ril 17)!!), loim. ; and

I. Sir LIONEL, M.P. for Heydon, co.
York, created a bart. 12 May 1795; b. 25
Sept. 1742; m., 30 July 1766, Isabella, da. of
Timothy Tullic, esq., a director of the East
India Company, by whom he bad,

1. Sir Harrv-Verelst, 2d bart.

2. Lionel, rf. an infant.



NEAVE.



263



3. Isabella, h. 1767, d. 20 June 1793,
xmm.

4. HoNORiA, h. 1771, d. 4 July 1787-

5. Amelia, h. 1773.

6. Florentia-Elizabeth, h. 1717.

7. Clarissa, 6. 1780, m., 3 Jan. 1807,
James Sharpe, a capt. in the 21st regt. of
native infantry, Bengal, d. 29 Aug. 1812.
He was a director, chairman of the court of
directors, and colonel of one of the regi-
ments of the India House volunteers.

Sir Lionel d. in 1803, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir HARRY-VERELST, b. 25 Dec.
1768, a senior merchant in Bengal, and
commercial resident of the East India Com-
pany at Etawah and Calpu, m., 2 June 1809,



Amelia-Mary-Anne, only da. of William
Becher, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Harry- Francis -CoLviLLE, 3d
bart.

2. &c. other children.

Sir Harry d. at Culpu, 13 April 1828, and
was succeeded by his son,

III. Sir HARRY - FRANCIS - COL-
VILLE, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 28. Azure, a lion ram-
pant, or, ducally crowned, argent.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, or, a Sa-
racen's head couped at the shoulders proper,
bearded sable, wreathed about the temples,
argent and azure, on his head a cap azure,
fretty argent, tasselled, or, turned up er-
mine.



NEAVE, of Dagnam Park, co. Essex.
13 May 1795.

Sir THOMAS NEAVE, Baronet, F.R. and A.S., horn 1761, succeeded
his father, sir Richard, 28 Jan. 1814; married^ 13 June 1791, Frances-
Caroline, 4th da. of the late rev. William Digby, dean of Durham, (brother
to Henry, 1st earl Digby,) and sister to Juliana, dowager countess of II-

chester, and has issue, 1. Frances-Caroline; 2 RICHARD-

DIGBY, b. 9 Dec. 1793, w., 7 Aug. 1827, hon. Mary Arundell, youngest
da. of James Everard, 9th lord Arundell, of Wardour, and sister of the
present lord, and has issue, '1. Arundell-Neave, b. 4 June 1828 ; 2. Ed-
ivard-Digby, b. 11 Aug. 1829; % Mary- Blanche, b. 20 Nov. 1833; 4.

Wyndham, b. 21 Nov. 1834 ; 3. Henrv-Lyttleton, b. 21 March

1798, 77?., 31 Aug. 1823, Agnes-Anne, eldest da. of sir Robert Sheffield,

bart.; 4. Sheffield, b. 11 April 1799, a director of the Bank of

England; 5. Charlotte-Maria ; 6. William-Augustus, b.

5 Feb. 1802.



Richard Neave, of London, esq., who was
possessed of lands in Suifolk and Essex, (and
was, according to family tradition, descend-
ed from the Le Neves of Norfolk,) b. 25
July 1G66, m. Elizabeth Bradford, of the fa-
mily of Samuel Bradford, D.D., bishop of
Rochester, by whom he had a son,

James Neave, esq., of London, b. 7
Aug. 1700, and d. 17'34, having m. Susannah,
da. of Thomas Trueman, esq., receiver-ge-
neral for the CO. Nottingham, by whom
(who d. 1763) he had issue„

I. Sir RICHARD, created a bart. 13 May
1795, F.R.S. and F.A.S., a governor of the
Bank of England in 1780 ; one of the com-
missioners of public accompts ; a director of
the Hudson's Bay company; chairman of
West India merchants; and of the Rams-
gate Harbour Trust; m., 16 Feb. 1761, Fran-
ces, 4th da. of John Bristow, esq., and by
her (who d. 18 Jan. 1830) had issue,

1. Sir Thomas, 2d bart.

2. John, b. 2 Jan. 1763, sometime judge
at Tirhoot, and chief-judge at Benares,
both in Bengal, m., 9 Sept. 1789, Catharine,
da. of col. Smith.of the kingdom of Ireland,
by whom (who rf. 3 May 1822) he had issue,

1. Anna-Frances, b. 9 Nov. 1791.

2. Caroline-lVIary, b. 21 Nov. 1793, nu,
1819, the rev. William Cookson, vicar of
Hungerford.

3. Eliza, b. 26 March 1796, m„ 16 Dec.
I8I7. John Milford, of Exeter, esq.

4. John, b. 11 July 1799, judge and ma-
gistrate at Allyhur, in Bengal.



5. Robert, 6. 11 March 1805, magistrate
and collector of revenue at Delhi.
G. Edgar, 6. 30 Dec. 1815.

3. Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, esq., bar-
rister-at-law, b. 18 Dec. 1773, secretary and
registrar of the royal hospital at Chelsea,
m., 2 July 1807, Sarah, da. of Alexander
Irvine, esq., and grandda. of George Peters,
esq., by whom (who d. 31 Aug. 1&26) he had

1! Richard, b. 31 May 1808.

2. George-Peters, b. l(i Nov. 1809.

3. Frances; 4. Elizabeth.

4. Henry-Frazer, rf. young.

5. Frances-Louisa, m., 10 July 1786,
Beeston Long, esq., director and sometime
governor of the Bank.

6. Catharine-Mary, wi. Henry Howard,
of Corby Castle, co. Cumberland, esq.

7. Caroline, rf. young.

8. Harriet, »;. the rev. George Treve-
lyan, archdeacon of Bath, 3d son of sir John
Trevelyan, of Nettlecombe, co. Somerset,
bart.

9. Caroline-Hannah.

Sir Richard rf. 21 Jan. 1814, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir THOMAS, present bart.

^/•m.5— See Plate 28. Argent, on a cross
sable, five fleurs-de-lis, or.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, or, a lily,
stalked and leaved, vert, flowered and seed-
ed, or.

Seat — Dagnam Park, Romford, co. Es-
sex.



264



HAWLEY.



HAWLEY, of Leybourne Grange, co. Kent.
14 May 1795.

Sir JOSEPH-HENRY HAWLEY, Baronet, born 27 Oct. 1813, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Henry, 29 March 1831.



John Havvley (son of William and
grandson of John, who d. about 1502) was
of Auler, co. Somerset, and first of the fa-
mily who settled in that county ; m, Doro-
thy, sister of William Walnot, of Shapwick,
and had issue two sons,

1. William, of Auler, whose great-grand-
son, Francis Hawley, of Buckland-House,
CO. Somerset, was created a bart, 14 March
1643, and a peer of Ireland by the title of
baron Hawley, of Donamore, co. Meath, 8
July 164(i, d. 22 Dec. 1684, aged 76, and was
succeeded by his grandson, Francis, 2d lord,
who d. 1743, leaving a son, Francis, 3d lord,
on whose death, 17/5, the title became ex-
tinct.

2. Jkreimy.

Jeremy Hawley, 2d son of John, was
of Boston, near Brentford, co. Middlesex,
and d. 1593; m. Kynburgh, da. of Valentine
Saunders, of Sutton Court, co. Middlesex,
by whom (who d. Feb. 1575) he had issue,
besides several children, who d. infants,

1. James.

2. William, d. Mwm.

3. John, D.D., principal of Gloucester
Hall, Oxford, m. Amy, da. of Thomas Stud-
ley, and had issue,

4. Henry, a merchant, d. unm,

5. Francis.

6. Mary, m. John Gaynsford, of Carshal-
ton, CO. Surrey.

7. Kynburgh, m. Richard Wroth.
James, son and heir of Jeremy, was also

of Brentford, b. 1558, d. Sept. 1622, having
m., 1st, Susanna, da. of Richard Tothill of
Amersham, by whom (who d. 1602) he had
issue,

1. Jeremy, d. hi Maryland, without male
issue.

2. William, d. unm.

3. Richard.

4. James, m. but d. s.p. 1667-

5. Gabriel, d. unm.

G. Henry, of Barbadoes, m. and had
issue.

7. Johanna, in. George Dethick, esq.,
son of sir William Dethick, knt., garter
king of arms.

8. Catharine, m. Wilham Thornbo-
rough.

9. Susanna, m. sir Richard Piers, of Bar-
badoes.

James Hawley, esq., m., 2dly, Elizabeth
Burnell, by whom (who d. I(i21) he had
issue,

10. Henry, a Spanish merchant, d. unm.
1675.

11. Valentine, of Barbadoes.

12. Thomas, of London, merchant, twice
m., but d. s.p. 1680.

Richard, 3d, but eldest surviving son of
James, was of London, M.D., b. 1592, m.
Dorothy, da. of Henry Ashworth, of Oxford,
M.D., and by her (who rf. J 672) had issue,
l)esides one son and three das. who d. infants,

1. Hknry.

2. John, of London, surgeon, b. 1631, d.
unm. 1658.

3. Richard, drowned at sea, a minor,
and unm.

4. Dorothy, w?., 1st, Samuel Torshell,
and 2dly, Richard Price.

Henry, son and h. of Richard, was of
Brentford, b. 1629, and d. 15 Dec. 1706, hav-



ing m., 1st, Judith, 3d da. of Thomas Allen,
of Goring, co. Oxon, by whom (who d. 1670)
he had no issue ; he m., 2dly, Alice, da. and
co-h. of Robert Curtis, of Tenterden, co.
Kent, by whom (who d. 1714) he had issue,

1. James.

2. Richard, rf. s.p.

3. Curtis, m. Thomas Cullum, esq.

4. Susanna, m. Anthony Lybbe, esq.

James, son and h. of Henry, was of Brent-
ford, 6. 1676, m. Dorothy, 2d da. of sir
Christopher Musgrave, of Edenhall, bart.,
and d. 1734, leaving issue by her (who d.
1729) two sons, Henry, 6. 1703, m. but d.
without issue 1756, and 2.

James, of Leybourne Grange, co. Kent,
b. March 1705-6, d. 22 Dec. 1777, m. Eliza-
beth, eldest da. of Joseph Banks, of Revesby
Abbey, co. Lincoln, esq., (by Anne, his 1st
wife, only child and h. of William Hodgkin-
son, and aunt to the right hon. sir Joseph
Banks, bart., and G.C.B.,) by whom he had
a da., Elizabeth, m. John Crawley, of Stock-
wood, CO. Bedford, esq., and rf. 31 Jan. 1826,
aged 80, and a son,

L Sir HENRY, created a bart. as above,
b. 12 Nov. 1746, m., 1st, 10 Aug. 1770, Doro-
thy, only da. and h. of John Ashwood, of
Madeley, co. Salop, esq., and by her (whp
rf. 4 Dec. 1783) had issue,

1. Sir Henry, 2d bart.

2. Dorothy-Elizabeth, b. 2 Sept. 1778>
m., 16 Dec. 1809, sir Brooke - William
Bridges, bart., andrf. 17 May 1816.

3. Harriott.

4. Charlotte, m., 1st, Dec. 1810, the
rev. Brooke John Bridges, brother of sir
Brooke above named, who d. 12 July 1812;
and, 2dly, 18 Nov. 1823, Thomas-Gardner
Bramston, of Skreens, co. Essex, esq.

Sir Henry m., 2dly, 5 Sept. 1785, Anne,
eldest da. of William Humphrey, of Llewyn,
CO. Montgomery, esq,, and by her (who rf.
7 Nov. 1829, at. 72) had issue,

5. Frances-Anne, ?w.,20 April 1822, capt.
Charles Shaw, 2d son of sir John-Gregory
Shaw, of Kenward, co. Kent, bart.

6. Rev. James Hawley, clerk, m., 13
Oct. 1831, Henrietta-Margaretta, eldest da.
of the late Peter Pegus, esq.

7- Eliza.

8. Louisa, m., 1825, the rev. Tatton
Brockman.

Sir Henry rf. 20 Jan. 1826, aged 81, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir HENRY, 2d bart., b. 20 Oct. 1776,
m., 29 Nov. 1806, Catharine - Elizabeth,
eldest da. of sir John-Gregory Shaw, bart.,
and had issue,

1. Catherine-Anne, ft. 4 Jan. 1808, m.,
7 Sept. 1831, George-John Smart, esq., capt.
in the army.

2. Theodosia, b. 12 June 1809.

3. Marianne - Dorothy, b. 26 Nov.
1810.

4. Augusta-Harriet, b. 20 April 1812.

5. Sir Joseph-Henry, present bart.

6. Henry-James, b. 14 July 1815.

7. Frances-Charlotte, h. 19 Oct. 1817.

8. Emma-Grace, 6. 12 Dec. 1818, rf. 17
May 1819.

9. Caroline-Elizabeth, b. 17 Oct. 1820,
rf. 19 July 1832.

10. Henry-Charles, b. 31 July 1823.

11. Ellen-Catherine, b. 6 Aug. 182G.



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Sir Henry d. 29 March 1831, and was succeed-
ed bv his eldest son,

III. Sir JOSEPH-HENRY, present and
3d bart.

Anm—See Plate 28. Vert, a saltire, en-



grailed, argent.

Crest — A goat's head with a sprig of holly
in the mouth.

Seat — Leyboume Grange, co. Kent.



POLLEN, of Redenham, co. Hants.

15 May 1795.

Sir JOHN-WALTER POLLEN, Baronet, M.P. for Andover, born
6 April 1784, succeeded his father, sir John, 17 Aug. 1814 ; married^ 9
Sept. 1819, Charlotte-Elizabeth, only da. of the late rev. John Craven, of
Chilton House, co. Wilts, but has no issue.



Edward Paulvn, of London, merchant,
descended from a family of that name, co.
Lincoln, d. about 1636; he had three sons,
Edward and T/iomas, who d. unm., and

John Paulyn, or Pollen, of London,
merchant ; m. Anne, da. of William Ber-
nard, and relict of Nicholas Venables, esq.,
by whom he had William, who d. young,
and

John, M.P. for Andover : he had three
wives, 1st, Frances, da. and h. of Edward
Exton, by whom he had Anne, who d.
voung, and Edward, from whom the Pol-
lens of Little Bookham, in Surrey, are de-
scended ; 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of Philip Jack-
son, of London, merchant, by whom he had
several children, whorf. infants ; 3dly, Mary,
da. of Edward Sherwood, esq., by whom he
had Mar}/, Hannah, and Richard, who d.
young ; Elizabeth, m. Ellis St. John, clerk,
and

JoHX, a Welsh judge, M.P. for Andover,
m. Hester, da. of Paulet St. John, esq., by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, 1st bart.

2. Rev. Richard-Pollen, clerk, m. Su-
sannah, da. of mr. Hankie, of Bath, d. with-
out issue,

3. Sarah, d. 22 Feb. 1818.

4. Mary, d. unm. 1812.

5. Elizabeth, 2d wife of George Hun-
gerford, of Studley House, co. Gloucester,
esq.

6. Hester, m. the rev. Oliver-Goodyere



St. John, of Mottisfont, co. Hants.

I. Sir JOHN POLLEN, of Andover, and
of Redenham, co. Hants, was created a bart.



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