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arms of Carmichael, in addition, on suc-
ceeding as heir of entail to the last earl of
Hyndford, 1817, m., 11 Feb. 1817, Jessee, .3d
da. of major-general Dewan, of Gelstown,
N.B., by whom (who re-m., 27 March 1828,
Robert Marsham, esq., warden of Merton
College, Oxford, eldest son of the hon. and
rev. dr. Marsham, and cousin to the earl of
Romney) he had issue, a posthumous son,
sir John, .3d bart. Sir John d. Feb. 1818,
and was succeeded bv his only son,

III. Sir JOHN, 6." 6 Feb. 1818, accident-
ally killed while on a shooting excursion in
Nov. 1831, umn., and was succeeded by his



IV. Sir WYNDHAM, present bart.

Amis — See Plate 30. Argent, three piles,

Crest — Two arms em bowed in armour,
holding a pole-axe with both hands, proper.

Motto — Periissem ni periissem.

Suppoi-ters— Two falcons, with wings ex-
panded, proper, jessed and belled, or.

Residetiees—Elie-House, co. Fife, Carmi-
chael-House and Westraw-House, co. La-
nark, North Britain.


24 July 1798.

Sir JOHN WILLIAMS, Baronet, born 9 Jan. 1794, succeeded his
father, sir John, 9 Oct. 1830.

(For the earlier part of this family see
Williams-Wynn, of Wynnstay, bart.)

JoHX Williams, of Chester, esq., bar-
rister-at-law, and a Welch judge, was 2d son
of sir William Williams, of Glascoed, 2d
Vjart of that line ; he d. 1737 ; m- Catharine,
da. of sir Hugh Owen, bart., by whom he
had issue,

1. Hugh, m., 1st, Ursula, da. of sir John

Bridgman, bart.; and, 2dly, , da. of

Edward Norris, M.D., but d. without issue.

2. Kyffin, m. Frances, da. of sir Henry
Bunbury, bart., but d. without issue.

3. John, of whoin hereafter.

4. Arthur, archdeacon of St. David's,
and rector of St. Mary, Chester, d. unm.

5. Edward, m. the da. and h. of Lewis
Owen, esq., and widow of viscount Bulke-

b". Elizabeth, in. sir William Owen, bart.

John, the 3d son, was chief justice of Bre-
con, Glamorgan, and Radnor, 1741, (b. 2
March 17(10, d. 4 May 1787,) m. Elizabeth,
da. and h. of Henry Bennet, esq., by whom
be had a son,

Bennet, b. 173.5, d. 24 March 1786; he m.
Sarah, da. of Robert Hesketh, esq., by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir John, 1st bart.

2; William, rector of St. George's.

3. Roger-Hesketh-Fleetwood.

4. Emma, w. the rev. Hugh-Davies Grif-

5. Margaret.

L Sir JOHN, eldest son, was created a
bart. as above, b. 22 Dec. 1761, m., 21 Oct.
1791, Margaret, da. and h. of Hugh Wil-
liams, of Tyfry, co. Anglesea, esq.j and
had issue,

1. Bennet, b. 30 Nov. 1792, d. May 1796.

2. Sir John, present bart.

3. Harriett, b. 4 June 1796.

4. Emma, b. 7 May 1798.

5. Margaret, b. 1799, nu, March 1829.
Henry-Peyto, lord Willoughby de Broke.

6. Hugh, b. 1802.

7. Mary-Elizabeth, b. 1803, m., 2 Dec-.
1823, George Lucy, of Charlcote, co. War-
wick, esq.

8. William, b. 20 Sept. 1805, in holy or-

9. Ellin, h. 1810, m„ 14 Feb. 1832, Wil-
liam-Owen Stanley, 2d son of sir John-Tho-
mas Stanley, bart.

Sir John d. 9 Oct. 1830, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

IL Sir JOHN, present and 2d bart.

Anm—See Plate 30. Argent, two foxes
counter saliant, in saltire, gules, with a
crescent for difference.

Crest— A fox's head erased.

Sen«— Bodllewyddan, co. Flint.

DALLAS, of Harley Street, co. Middlesex.

31 July 1798.

Sir ROBERT-CHARLES DALLAS, Baronet, born 23 Dec. 1804,
succeeded his father, sir George, 14 Jan. 1833, and is unmarried.

Willii'lmus de Dnllns, according to Doug-
las's Baronage of North Britain, was wit-
ness to an indenture b(>tween Siinon, ))rior
of Plascardine, and Williclmus, dominus de
Innes, about 1298. William Dalas, of Can-
try, or Cantra, co. Ross, m. Stewart, da. of
sir Alexander Mackenzie, .'5th baron of Coul ;
and Thomas Dallas, m. Euphemia, 2d da. of
Hugh Clerk, 3d son of sir John Clerk, of
Pennycuick, (created a bart. by Charles II.,)
by his 2d wife. Christian, da. of the rev.
mr. Kilpatrick.

Robert Dallas, of Kensington, co.
Middlesex, esq., d. 1;") April 1796, having m.
Elizabeth, da. of James Smith, clerk, mi-
nister of Kilberney, in Ayrshire, (living in
1798,) by whom he had,

1. Sir Robkrt, chief justice of the Com-
mon Pleas, m., 1st, Charlotte, da. of the
late Alexander Jardine, esq., lieut.-col. in
the army, and consul at Corunna, and 2dly,

Justina, da. of Henry Davidson, of TuJ-
loch Castle, co. Ross, esq., and d. 25 Dec.
1824, having had issue,

1. Robert-William, in the armv, m,, 9
May 1818, Lucy, eldest da. of H. David-
son, of Bedford Scpiare, esq.

2. Charlotte, »i., 31 May 1817, captain
Gowan Roberts, R.N.

.3. Maiieline, »»., Jvme 1828, capt. Gus-
tave Blucher von Wolhstat, grandson of
the late field-marshal Blucher.

4. Giustina; 5. Eliza.

6. Lucy-Sarah, m., Dec. ia33, L Mar-
ton, of Capemwray-Hall, co. Lancaster,

7. Catherine.

2. Harrikt, d. nmn., 30 July 183.3.

3. IsAHKLLA, m. William Rae, surgeon.

4. SirGKoRGK, 1st bart.

5. Mary, m. lieut.-col. Thomas Huxley.

6. Elizabeth ; 7. Annb.



8. Lucy, m. capt. West.

I. Sir GEORGE-DALLAS, who distin-
guished himself much in the civil service of
the East India Company, was created a
bart. as above, m., June 1788, Catharine, 4th
da. of sir John Blackwood, bart., of Ire-
land, (by Dorcas, baroness Dufterin and
Claneboye,) and had issue,

1. Catherine-Sophia, b. 31 Aug. 1789,
m., 9 Dec. 1811, the hon. capt. George Pou-
lett, R.N., 2d son of John, 4th earl Pou-
lett, K.T., andd. 11 April 1831.

2. William-Gemmell, b. 11 April 1792,
d. 7 Nov. 1799.

3. Marianne, b. 6 Aug. 1790, m., 1st, 11
Feb. 1809, sir Peter Parker, bart., capt. R.N.,
(who was slain whilst stonning the Ame-
rican camp at Bellair, near Baltimore, 4

Aug. 1814,) and 2dly, 15 Aug, 1818, Michael,
eldest son of Michael Bruce, of co. Inver-
ness, esq.

4. George, 6. 31 Dec. 1797. killed, 14 Feb.
1816, by the accidental discharge of a gun.

5. Henrietta.

6. Henry, capt. 37th foot, b. 31 July 1802,
d. 10 Aug. 1830.

7. Sir Robert-Charles, present bart.
Sir George d. 14 Jan. 1833, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 30. Argent, a bend,
azure, between three mullets, sable.

Crest — A crescent, per pale, or and gules,
quarterly, counter-changed.

Seat— At Petshall, co. Stafford.

FLETCHER, (now BOUGHEY-FLETCHER,) of Newcastle-under-

Lyne, and Bet ley, co. Stafford.

24 Aug. 1798.

Baronet, succeeded his father, sir Jbhn-Fenton, Sept. 1828; borji 22 Jan.
1809; married., 27 Dec. 1832, Louisa- Paulina, youngest da. of Thomas
Gifford, of Chillington, co. Stafford, esq., and has issue, 1. Henrietta-
Charlotte, b. 22 Oct. d. 1 Dec. 1833.

The family of Fletcher is of Irish extrac-
tion, and settled at Earls Steamdale, co.
Derby. Anno 13 Eliz., James Fletcher, and
his son John, joined in settling his estates
there on the said John and his heirs by
Agnes his wife, from whom descended

William, of Earls Steamdale, m., 1st,
Elena, and 2dly, Dorothea, by one of whom
he had issue, 1. John, from whom descended
the Fletchers of Ashborne; he m., 3dly,
Anne, da. of John Rouse, esq., by whom he
had, 2. William, d. 1728, having m. Esther
Hall, by whom he had issue three das.,
Elizabeth, Sarah, and Esther ; 3.

Thomas, (to whom his father left his
estate at Earls Steamdale,) rf. 1731, having w.
Lydia, da. of Robert Mellor, of Alsop, co.
Derby, esq., by whom he left issue, William,
d. unm., and

Thomas, a banker, at Newcastle, b. 23
Jan. 17I6-7, m. Elizabeth, 3d da. and co-h.
of John Fenton, esq., (by Jane, co-h. of
Thomas Hippesley, of Hampton, co. Wilts,
esq.,) and by her (who d. 15 June 1775) had
issue, several children, who all d. unm., and

L Sir THOMAS, of Betley Court, sheriff
CO. Stafford 1788-9, created a bart. 24 Aug.
1798, 6. 25 Nov. 1747, «<• Anne, da. and co-h.
of John Fenton, of Newcastle, esq., by Ana-
stasia, da. of John Cradock, of Betley, esq.,
(which John was son of Thomas Fenton,
barrister-at-law, and recorder of Newcastle.
CO. Stafford, esq., son of John Fenton, of
Fenton Park, co. Stafford, brother of Elijah
Fenton, the poet,) and by her (who rf. 22
Oct. 1821) had issue,

1. Sir John-Fenton, 2d bart.

2. Anastasia.

3. Elizabeth, m., 21 June 1814, F.Twem-
low, of the Hill, co. Chester, esq.

Sir Thomas d. 14 July 1812, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

II. Sir JOHN-FENTON, bart., succeeded
his father, sir Thomas Fletcher, 7 July
1812, took the surname of Boughey in ad-
dition by royal sign manual 1805, pursuant

to the will of his kinsman, George Boughey,
of Audley, co. Stafford, esq., who d. 1808,
son of George Boughey, of Audley, (by Eliza-
beth Cradock, a sister of his maternal great-
grandfather, John Cradock, of Betley,
above-mentioned,) w., 9 Feb.1808, Henrietta-
Dorothy, eldest da. of sir John Chetwode, of
Oakley, co. Stafford, bart., and grandda. of
the 5th earl of Stamford, by whom he had

1. Sir Thomas-Fletcher-Fenton, pre-
sent bart.

2. John-Fenton, 6. 6 June 1811.

3. George-Fenton, 6. 9 Sept. 1813.

4. William-Fenton, b. 9 Nov. 1814.

5. Richard-Fenton, b. 12 Jan. 1816, d.
1 June 1823.

6. Edward-Fenton, b. 4 July 1818.

7. Anchitel-Fenton, 6. 4 Dec. 1819.

8. Robert-Fenton, b. 18 Sept. 1822.

9. Charles-Fenton, 6. 12 Dec. 1823.

10. Anne-Henrietta, b. 27 Feb. 1810,
m., 21 June 1832, the hon. and rev. Everard-
Robert-Bruce Feilding.

11. HENRIETTA-DokoTHY, 6. 12 Aug. 1812.

12. Anastasia-Elizabeth, b. 3 March

13. ELIZABETH, b. 29 June 1821.

Sir John-Fenton d. Sept. 1823, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

TON, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 30. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, Fletcher, sable, a cross wavy, ermi-
nois, between four plates, each charged with
an arrow, in bend sable ; 2d and 3d, argent,
three bucks' heads erased, and affront& er-
mines, for Boughey.

Crests — 1st, Fletcher, a plate charged
with a pheon, per pale ermine, and sable.
2d, Boughey, out of an eastern crown,
gold, the points alternate, or and argent, a
buck's head, ermines, attired and collared of
the first.

Motto — Nee qucerere nee spemere honorem.

Se«^— Agualate, Newport, co. Stafford.



TROWBRIDGE, of Plymouth, co. Devon.

30 Nov. 1799.

R.N., and M.P. for Sandwich, Naval Aide-de-camp to his Majesty, svic-
ceeded his father, admiral sir Thomas ; married^ 19 Oct. 1810, Forrester,
da. of admiral the hon. sir Alexander-Inglis Cochrane, G.C.B., and niece

to the late earl of Dundonald, and has issue, —
and other issue.

-INGLIS, b.6 Dec. 1816,

of Richard Trowbridge, of Cavendish Street,
Mary-le-bone, esq.) was created a bart. as
above, K.F., admiral R.N., m. Frances, re-
lict of Richardson, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Edward-Thomas, present bart.

2. Charlotte, m., 29 Nov. 1801), major-
general Charles Bulkeley Egerton, brother
of sir John-Grey Egerton, of Oulton Park,
CO. Chester, bart.

Sir Thomas was brought up in the naval
service of his country by admiral sir Edward
Hughes, K.B., in the East Indies, and ob-
tained his lieutenancy 1780, was made a
commander and post captain 1782, and re-
turned to England as captain of the admi-
ral's ship 1780, having served in all the ac-
tions against the French in India, and was
soon after selected to accompany commo-
dore, afterwards admiral Blankett, upon a
particular service in the Indian seas ; on his
return was captured by the French fleet, in
the Castor frigate, and being a prisoner on
board the Sans Pareille of 80 guns, in the
glorious victory of lord Howe, 1 June 1794,
was named by his lordship, upon her capture
on that day, to command her; the admiralty
immediately after appointed him to the
Culloden, which he commanded under the
earl St. Vincent in the action with the
Spanish fleet, 14 Feb. 1797. Captain Trow-
bridge was despatched by lord St. Vincent
to lord Nelson, with eight sail of the line in
the Mediterranean, and those ships, with

the four Nelson had, destroyed the French
fleet of superior force at the battle of the
Nile, 1 Aug. 1798. Commodore Trowbridge
was then separately and successfully em-
ployed on various and important services
in the Mediterranean, and for his distin-
guished gallantry on various occasions was
created a baronet of Great Britain, 3(» Nov.
1799, with an honourable augmentation to
his armorial bearings allusive to his services.
On his return to England in the Culloden,
1801, he was selected by earl St. Vincent to
be his lordship's captain of the channel fleet,
and was afterwards ajjpointed a lord of
the admiralty, with his chief, tlie earl being
appointed first lord thereof. On the promo-
tion of flag officers, 23 April 1804, sir Tho-
mas was made an admiral, and sent 1805,
to the East Indies, and returning from that
station was lost at sea in the Blenheim of
74 guns. Sir Thomas was succeeded by his
only son,

II. Sir EDWARD -THOMAS, present

Amis — See Plate 30. Or, on a bridge em-
battled, of three arches, through which
water is flowing towards the base proper, a
tower of the second, thereon hoisted a broad
pendant flying towards the sinister; on a
canton azure two keys in saltire, the wards
upwards, or.

Crest — A dexter arm embowed, habited
azure, holding a flag-staff; therefrom a flag,
azure, charged with two keys, in saltire, or.

GLYN, of Gaunts, co. Dorset.
22 Nov. 1800.

Sir RICHARD-CARR GLYN, created a Baronet as above, 2d sur-
viving son of sir Richard Glyn, hart., and eldest son by his 2d Avife, Eliza-
beth, da. and co-h. of Robert Carr, esq., (brother to sir William Carr, of
Etall, CO. Northumberland, bart.,) born 1755; Alderman and Banker of
London, late IMember for St. Ives, President of Bridewell and Bethlem
Hospitals, Lord Mayor of London I7O8 ; married., 2 July 1785, Mary, only
da. of John Plumtree, of Nottingham, and of Fredville, co. Kent, esq., by

whom (who d. 2 Aug. 1832, aet. 72) he had issue, 1. Mary-Elizabeth,

/;. May 1780", m., 14 Aug. 1811, Edward Greathed, of Uddings House, co.

Dorset, esq. ; 2. RICHAKD-PLUJMTREE, h. 13 June 1787, gent, of

the privy-chamber ; 3. Rokeu t-Thomas-Joiin, b. 5 Sept. 1788, w,,

30 June 1829, Frederica-Elizabeth, third da. of Henry Harford, esq., of

Down place, Berks, and has issue; 4. Tiiomas-Ciiuistopiier, b. b

Oct. 1789, ?«., 24 March 1817, Julia-Grace, da. of the late Tliomas-Charles
Bigg, of Benton Ho\ise, CO. Northumberland, esq., and d. 19 Aug. 1827,
having had issue, Richard-Henry, b. 20 June 1818, and two other sons ;

5. Carr-John, Z». 1791, d. the same year; 0. George-Carr, i.

27 March 1797, wt., 13 March 1823, Marianne, da. of Pascoe Grenfell, esq.,

of Taplow House, Berks, and has issue; 7* Carr-Joiin, b. 25 June

1799) i" holy orders, rector of Witchampton, Dorset, m., 21 June 1831,



Augusta, da. of John Granville, esq., of Cadogan Place, Chelsea, and has

issue, 1. a rfa., b. 1? July 1832; 8. Elizabeth, b. July 1802, d. May


Fob the pedigree of this family, see sir
Lewen-Powell Glyn, Bart., ofEwell, co.

Arms— See Plate 31. Argent, an eagle
displayed, with two heads, sable, gutte d'or,
with a crescent, for distinction.

Crest— On a wreath of the colours an
eagle's head erased, sable, gutte d'or, and
holding in the beak an escallop, argent.

Motto — Firm to my trust.

Sea«— Gaunt's House, Wimbome, co Dor-

BUXTON, of Shadwell Lodge, co. Norfolk.

25 Nov. 1800.

Sir ROBERT- JOHN BUXTON, Baronet, born 2^ Oct. 1753, married,
22 May 1777? Juliana-Mary, 2d da. of sir Thomas Beevor, bart., by whom

he has issue, 1. JOHN-JACOB, b. 13 Aug. 1788, m., 5 Aug. 1825,

Elizabeth, eldest da. of sir IMontague Cholmelev, bart., and has issue, 1.
Robert-Jacob, b. 13 March 182U ; 2. Elizabeth. Julia, b. 23 Feb. 1831; 3.

a da.., still born, 3 June 1833; 2. Anne-Elizabeth, b. 31 Jan. 1782,

wi., 17 March 1806, rev. Frederick Bevan, clerk; 3. Juliana-Fran-
ces, 6. 28 July 1791, m., 18 July 1818, rev. Henry Dawson, M.A,, 2d
son of William Dawson, of St. Leonard's, co. Berks, esq., and d. 7 Aug.

John Buxton, of Diekleborough, co.
Norfolk, son of John Buxton, was a bene-
factor to the church there, in the reign of
Edward IV. The 9th in descent from him

John Buxton, of Channons Hall, in Ty-
benham, co. Norfolk, esq., who d. 27 Oct.
1731, aet. 47 ; m., 1709, Anne, only surviving
child of Clement Gooch, of Earsham, co.
Norfolk, esq., by whom (who d. 16 Aug. 1749,
set. 58) he had seven sons and four das.

John, of Topcroft and Channons Hall,
aforesaid, the eldest surviving son, b. 1717,
d. Feb. 1782 : he m. Elizabeth, da., and at

length h. of John Jacob, of Norton, co.
Wilts, by whom (who d. 10 Nov. 1765) he
had two sons, Robert- John, 1st bart., and
John, rector of Carleton and Bemwell, co.

I. Sir ROBERT-JOHN, the eldest son,
was created a bart. as above.

Arms — See Plate 31. Argent, a lion ram-
pant, the tail elevated, and turned over the
head, sable.

Crest — A buck's head, couped, gules, at-
tired, or.

Seat — At Shadwell Lodge, co. Norfolk.

ELFORD, of BiCKHAM, co. Devon.

26 Nov. 1800.

Sir WILLIAM ELFORD, Baronet, F.R. and L.S., Recorder of Ply-
mouth, and one of the Representatives for the same place, 1802; Lieut. -
Col. of the South Devon Militia ; married Mary, da. of the rev. John
Davies, of Plympton, co. Devon, (by Mary, da. of John Chard, of Tracey,
CO. Devon, esq.,) and by her (who d. 2 Aug. 1807) has issue, 1. Jo-
nathan, b. 5 Nov. 177G, w., 10 May 1810, Charlotta, sole h. of John
Wynne, of Abercynlleth, co. Denbigh, esq., and d. without issue, 1 1 March

1823; 2. Grace-Chard; 3. Elizabeth, d. 19 Oct. 1821. Sir

William m., 2dly, 5 July 1821, Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Humphry Hall,
of Manadon, co. Devon, esq., (by Elizabeth, da. of John, 10th lord St. John,)
and relict of col. Walrond.

This family is of considerable antiquity
In Devonshire, and acquired the estate of
Sheepstor in that county, by marriage with
Joan, da. and co-h. of John Scudamore of
that place, whose ancestors appear by deeds
to have been seised of it as early as temp.
Rich. II. John Elford, of Sheepstor,
son of Joan Scudamore, rf. 6 Feb. 1517, and
5th in descent from him was

John Elford, of Sheepstor, h. 1C04, m.
to his 2d wife, Anne, da. of John North-

cote, of Hayne, co. Devon, and by her had
issue, 1. Walter, of Sheepstor, whose son,
John, d. without surviving issue 1748, when
that line became extinct; 2. Jonathan, of
Bickham, co. Devon, esq., d. Dec. 1690,
whose only surviving son, John, M.P. for
Saltash, d. without issue Nov. 1755, and

William, of Plymouth, merchant, m.
Mary, da. of John Tollard, esq., and had
issue, 1, William, capt. R.N., d. 1726»-



leaving an only son, Henry, d. unm. 1749,
and 2.

John, of Plymouth, gent., d. March
1732, having m. Jenny, da. of Thomas
Cramphorne, and leaving issue, besides
three sons who d. young,

1. Jonathan, b. 1717, d. unm. 1755.

2. Lancelot.

3. Agnes, m. William VVyatt, surgeon.

4. Jenny, m. Thomas Seale, of Coffleet.

5. Lucretia, m. rev. John Bedford.

6. Sarah.

7. Amy, d. unm.

Lancelot, 2d son of John, was in holy
orders, and vicar of Plympton, co. Devon,
m. Grace, da. of Alexander Wills, of Kings-
bridge, CO. Devon, and d. Feb. 1782, leaving


1. Sir William, created a bart.

2. Jonathan, of Devonport, attorney,
m. Mary, da. of Henry Luxmore, of Oak-
hampton, co. Devon.

3. Jenny, m. George Leach, of Ply-
mouth, esq.

Sir William, the eldest son, was created
a bart. 2(j Nov. 1800.

^;ms— See Plate 31. Per pale, wavy, ar-
gent and sable, a lion rampant, gules.

Crest— A demi-lion rampant, per pale,
wavy, argent and sable, ducally crowned,

Motto — Difficilia quce pulchra.

Sea^s — Bickham, near Plymouth; and
Kenniton, near Dartmouth, co. Devon.

MILMAN, of Levaton, in Woodland, co. Devon.

28 Nov. 1800.

Sir WILLIAM-GEORGE MILMAN, Baronet, born 19 April 1781,
succeeded his father sir Francis, M.D., 27 June 1821; married, 23 Oct.
1809, Elizabeth-Hurry, only da. of Robert Alderson, esq., recorder of Nor-
wich, Ipswich, and Yarmouth, and has issue, 1. FRANCIS, i. 21 July

1811; 2. Isabella, b. 21 Aug. 1812, d. unm. 30 Sept. 1832; 3.

William, b. 21 Nov. 1813 ; 4. Robert, b. 26 Jan. 1816 ; 5. Ed-

6. Emily- Matilda, b. 15 Oct.
—8. Frances-

ward-Augustus, b. 19 Aug. 1817 ;

1819; 7- Elizabeth -Hurry, b. 20 Jan. 1821 ;

Maria, b. 18 Oct. 1822.

The rev. Francis Milman, was rector
of Maredon, and vicar of Paington, both
CO. Devon. He had two sons, 1. Francis ;
2. Thomas, m. and had issue.

The rev. Francis, M.A., was rector of
East Egwell, and vicar of Vbbot's Kerswell,

CO. Devon, m. Sarah, da. of Dyer, esq.,

(a descendant from the ancient family of
the Dyers, of Levaton, in that county,) by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir Francis, 1st bart.

2. Mary, d. 1799.

3. Anne.

4. Sarah, living 1804.

The rev. Francis d. 1773, leaving one

L Sir FRANCIS, who was created a
bart. as above, M.D., F.R.S., physician to
George III., and to his household, m.
Frances, da. and sole h. of William Hart,
of Stapleton, co. Gloucester, esq., and had

1. Sir William-George, present bart.

2. Francis-Miles, capt. and lieut.-coL
Coldstream-guards, b. 1783, w., 8 March
1817, Maria -Margaret, eldest da. of sir
Charles Gould-Morgan, of Tredegar, bart.,
and has issue,

5 sons, and 2 das.

3. Henry-Hart, 6. 1791, m. Mary-Anne,
da. of lieut.-gen. William Cockell, and has

4. Frances-Emily.

Sir Francis d. 27 June 1821, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM - GEORGE, present

^rms— See Plate 31. Azure, in the centre
a snake, nowed proper, between three
sinister gauntlets, two in chief, and one in
base, argent.

Crest— A hart, lodged, per pale, ermine,
and ermines charged on the body with two
hurts, fesswjse.

Seats — At Levaton, Woodland, co. Devon ;
and Pinner Grove, co. Middlesex.

PEEL, of Drayton Manor, co. Stafford, and Bury, co. Lancashire.

29 Nov. 1800.

The Right Hon. Sir ROBERT PEEL, Baronet, First Lord of the
Treasury, and Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, a Lord
of Trade and Plantations, and a Commissioner for the Affairs of India, P.C,
INI.P. for Tamworth, and a Governor of the Charter House ; born 5 Feb.
1788, was Secretary of State for the Home Department from 1823 to 1830,
and in Dec. 1834, called to the head of his sovereign's councils, upon the
dissolution of the Whig administration ; married, 8 June 1820, Julia,

youngest da. of gen. sir John Floyd, bart., and has issue, 1. Julia, b.

30 April 1821; 2. ROBERT, b. 4 May 1822; 3. Frederick, b.

26 Oct. 1823; 4. William, b. 2 Nov. 1824; 5. John-Flo YD,



b. 24 May 1827; 6. Arthur-Wellesley, b. 3 Aug. 1829; 7.

Eliza, b. 17 April 1832.

Robert Peel, of Oswaldtwistle, co.

Lancaster, m. Anne, da. of , and d.

1736, leaving issue,

William Peel, of the same place, who,
by his wife, Jane, da. of Laurence Walmesly,
of Darwin, co. Lancaster, esq., had besides
other issue, a son and h.,

Robert Peel, also of Oswaldtwistle, m.
Elizabeth, da. of Edmund Howorth, of
Blackburne, and had issue,

L William, of Church Bank, co. Lan-
caster, h. 1745, m. Mary, da. of Thomas
Howorth, of Blackburne, and had issue
eight sons and three das.

2. Edmund, m. and had issue.

3 Sir Robert, 1st bart.

4. Jonathan, of Acrington, co. Lancas-
ter, twice m., and d. 3 Dec. 1834, aet. 82,
leaving issue by both wives.

5. Lawrence, of Manchester, m. and
had issue.

6. Joseph, of London, m., and d. 24
March 1820, leaving issue.

7. John, of Burton-upon-Trent.

8. Anne, nu, 1st, rev. Borlase Willock,
of Harwood, co. Lancaster; 2diy, rev.
George Park, of Hawkshead, co. Lancaster,
and d. 1(» Dec. 1826.

L Sir ROBERT, bart., M.P. for Tarn-
worth, CO. Stafford, in 1790, 1706, 1802,
1806, 1807, 1812, and 1818, a governor of
Christ's Hospital, and vice-president of
the literary-fund, 6. 25 April 175(1, ;w., 1st,
8 July 1783, Ellen, da. of William Yates,
of Bury, co. Lancaster, and had issue,

1. Sir Robert, present bart.

2. Right hon. William - Yates, P.C,
one of the lords commissioners of the trea-
sury, and M.P. for Tamworth, b. 3 Aug.
1789, w., 17 June 1819, Jane-Elizabeth, 2d
da. of Stephen, 2d earl of Mount Cashell,

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