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and has issue,

1. A da., h. 10 March 1821.

2. A son, h. 9 Feb. 1822.

3. A son, b. 19 June 1823.

3. Edmund, M.P. for Newcastle-under-
Lyne, 6. 8 Aug. 1791, m., 2 Jan. 1812, Jane,

2d da. of John Swinfen, of Swinfen, co-
Stafford, esq.

4. John, b. 22 Aug. 1798, in holy orders,
prebendary of Canterbury, in., 6 May 1824,
Augusta, da. of John Swynfen, of Swyn-
fen, CO. Stafford, esq.

5. Jonathan, lieut.-col. and M.P. for
Huntingdon, b. 12 Oct. 1799, nu, 19 March
1824, Alicia-Jane, da. of Archibald, mar-
quess of Ailsa, K.T., and has

1. A son, b. 30 May 1825.

2. A son, b. 24 July 1826.

3. A son, 6. 23 Jan. 1828.

4. A son, b. 11 April 1829.

5. A da., b. 13 July 1831.

6. A son, 6. 27 Nov. 1833.

6. Mary, b. 17 June 1784, m., 9 Jan.
1816, George - Robert Dawson, of Castle
Dawson, co. Londonderry, esq.

7. Elizabeth, b. 13 April 1/86, m., 30
Dec. 1805, the rev. William Cockburn, dean
of York, and d. 16 June 1828.

8. Eleanora, b. 25 March 1794.

9. Anne, d. young.

10. Lawrence, m., 20 July 1822, Jane,
da. of Charles, 4th duke of Richmond, and
has issue.

11. Harriett, m., 11 March 1824, Ro-
bert-Henley, lord Henley.

Sir Robert m,, 2dly, 18 Oct. 1805, Su-
sannah, youngest sister of the rev. sir Wil-
liam-Henry Clerke, of Bury, co. Lancaster,
bart., by whom (who d. 19 Sept. 1824) he
had no issue.

Sir Robert d. 3 May 1830, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

II. Sir ROBERT, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 31. Argent, three sheaves,
of as many arrows, two and one proper,
banded, gules; on a chief, azure, a bee,
volant, or.

Crest — A demi-lion rampant, argent,
gorged with a collar, azure, charged with
three bezants, holding between the paws a
shuttle, or.

Seats — At Bury, co. Lancaster ; and
Drayton Park, co. Stafford.

STIRLING, of Faskine, co. Lanark.

15 Dec. 1800.

Sir WALTER.GEORGE STIRLING, Baronet, Deputy-Lieutenant
born 15 March 1802; succeeded his father sir Walter,

for CO. Middlesex
25 Aug. 1832.

The surname of Stirling, anciently
written Stri/ve/iii, is of great antiquity in
Scotland; Walter de Stryvelin appearing as
witness to a charter of prince Henry, son of
king David I., in the 12th century. Nu-
merous families of the name have flou-
rished in various parts of that country, and
four have been at different periods elevated
to the baronetcy.

The immediate ancestor of the present
bart. was Walter Stirling, ofBalquha-
rage, in the shire of Stirling, a collateral
branch of the Slirlings of Calder ; his great-
grandson, John Stirling, of Glasgow,
esq., lord piovost of that city, was b. 1640,
and d. 1709, leaving by his wife, a da. of
John Campbell, of Ballochyle, co. Argyll,
(killed in commandof atroopofhorseat the
battle of Worcester,) besides other issue, a
3d son, Walter Stirling, of Faskine,

CO. Stirling, esq., b. 1686, m. Janet, da. of
J. Ruthven, of Sherva, co. Stirling, esq.,
and d. 1732, leaving an only son.

Sir Walter Stirling, of Faskine,
capt. R.N., 6. 18 May I7I8, knighted 23
March 1781, m., 30 Oct. 1753, Dorothy, da.
of Charles Willing, of Philadelphia, esq.,
and d. 24 Nov. 1786, leaving issue by her,
(who d. 25 Sept. 1782,)

1. Sir Walter, created a bart. as above.

2. Charles, vice-admiral of the white,
m., 1789, Charlotte, da. of Andrew Grote,
esq., and had issue.

3. ANNE, b. 1762, m. her 2d cousin, An-
drew Stirling, of London, and of Drumpel-
lier, CO. Lanark, esq., and rf., his widow, 1
June 1830.

I. Sir WALTER, eldest son, created a
bart. 15 Dec. 18(l(), F.R.and A.S., sometime
sheriff" of Kent, and M.P. for St. Ives, in



Cornwall ; b. 24 June 1758, m., 28 April 1794,
Susannah, da andsoleh.of George-Trench-
ard Goodenough, of Borthwood, co. South-
ampton, esq., by whom (whod. 8 June 1806,
in childbed) he had issue,

1. Mary-Jane, 6. 28 March 1795, m., 2
Jan. 1816, sir James Flower, bart.

2. Dorothy-Anne, b. 2 May 1796, m., 23
July 1814, John-Barrett Lennard, esq., 2d
son of sir Thomas Lennard, bart.

3. Georgina-Mathilda, b.27 Feb. 17^8,
m., 1st, 3 Aug. 1816, Henry-Dawkins Milli-
gan, esq., and 2dly, 20 June 1833, sir Tho-
mas-Barrett Lennard, bart.

4. Sir Walter-George, present bart.

5. Susannah-Maria, b. 6, and d. 7 June

Sir Walter d. 25 Aug. 1832, and was suc-
ceeded bv his only son,

11. Sir' WALTER-GEORGE, present and
2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 31. Argent on a bend
engrailed, azure between two roses, gules,
seeded, or, and barbed, vert, three buckles,
of the fourth, all within a bordure of the fifth.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, a dexter
arm em bowed in armour, the hand grasping
a dagger, all proper.

Suppm-ters — On either side a hind, sem6 of
estoiles, and ducally gorged, or.

Motto — Gang forivard.

Seats — At Faskine, co. Lanark, and Shore-
ham, CO. Kent.

VAVASOUR, of Spaldington and Melbourne, co. York.

20 March 1801.

General in the Army, succeeded his father, sir Henry, 15 March 1813, born
19 July 1767, married, 28 Nov. 1807, Anne, eldest da. of William Vavasour,

of Dublin, esq., LL.D., and has issue, 1. Mervinia, b. 11, and d.

12 Feb. 1809; 2. Anna-Mervinia, b. 11 Sept. 1812; 3. HENRY-

MERVYN, b. 17 June 1814; 4. Cargline-Susanna, b. 26 July

1816 : 5. Emma-Matilda, b. 26 Sept. 1818.

The family of Vavasour came into Eng-
land with William the Conqueror. They
took their name, says Camden, from their
office, being the king's vavasours, a degree
then little inferior to the dignity of a baron,
and anciently had the article Le affixed to
their name. Thomas Vavasour, esq., the
19th in descent from Manger le Vavasour,
who first settled in England, tn. Dorothy,
da. of sir Ferdinando Leghe, of Middleton,
knt., who d. in 1679, settling his estate on
his sole da., Mary Vavasour, and her de-
scendants, on condition of their assuming
the name and arms of Vavasour. She m. in
1680, sir Ralph Asheton, bart., and had is-
sue, two sons, who d. young ; and three
das. Anne, the eldest of these inherited
her mother's estate at Spaldington, and m.
in 1701, Humphrey Trafford, of Trafford,
esq., and had issue, Humphrey, Cecil,
Sigismund, Anne, and Elizabeth, who all d.
without issue, except Elizabeth, who d. in
1788, having m. Maile Yates, of MaghuU,
esq., and had issue, 1. Anne-Asheton, m,
sir Henry Vavasour, 1st bart. ; 2. Mary,
m., 1st, John Aspinall, esq., serjeant-at-
law; and 2dly, Henry Aspinall, of Lincoln's
Inn, esq., and d, 1794 ; 3. Catharine-Elea-

nora, m. Robert Campbell, of Asknish, co.
Argyll, esq.

I. Sir HENRY VAVASOUR, (2d son of
Henry Noth, esq., by Bridget, eldest da.
and co-h. of John Mervyn, co. Dorset, esq.,)
lieut. -colonel in the army, assumed the
name and arms of Vavasour, by royal li-
cence, 1791, agreeable to the will of his
wife's ancestor, Thomas Vavasour, of
Spaldington, co. York, esq., 6. 1741, and
created a bart. as above, m., as above men-
tioned, Anne Asheton, eldest da. and
co-h. of Maile Yates, of Maghull, esq.,
and had issue,

1. Edvvard-Trafford, d. at Calcutta,
unm. 5 Nov. 1769.

2. Sir Henry-Maghull-Mervyn, pre-
sent bart.

Sir Henry rf. 15 March 1813, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

present bart.

Arms— See P]ate 31. Or, a fesse dancette
sable, thereon a fleur-de-lis, argent.

Crest — A cock, gules, legs and comb, or,
on the breast, a fleur-de-lis, argent.

Seats — At Spaldington and Melbourne-
Hall, both in the East Riding, co. York.


21 March 1801.

Sir ROBERT-SHORE MILNES, Baronet, created as above, born I747 ;
married^ 13 Nov. 1785, Charlotte-Frances, 3d da. of John-Albert Ben-
tinck, esq., captain R.N., (grandson of William, 1st earl of Portland, by his

2d wife,) and has issue, 1. JOHN-BENTINCK, b. 19 Sept. 1786 ;

2. William-Henry, i. 8 March 1788, a lieut. 1st regt. of foot-guards,

killed at Waterloo, 18 June 1815 ; 3. Henry-Banks-Oldenburgh,

b. 17 Oct. 1790, aid-de-camp to general sir George Prevost, bart., d. 21
Aug. 1813, of the wounds he received in the action with the American
army in Upper Canada; 4. Charlotte-Harriet-Martinique, 6.



23 June 1798; 5. Sophta-Mary-Anne, Z». 9 Oct. 1799. Sir Robert

was, in the early part of his life, an officer in the royal regiment of Horse
Guards, Blue; in 1795, Governor of the Island of IMartinique; and in
1798, was appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Lower Canada.

This family was formerly seated at Ash-
ford-on-the- Water, by Mornsal Dale, in the
hundred of High Peak, co. Derby.

John Milnes, of Wakefield, esq., was
in the commission of the peace, and a de-
piity-lieut. for the West Riding, co. York ;
m., 9 Feb. 1737, Mary, da. of Samuel
Shore, of Sheffield, esq.", (by Jane, da. and
h. of George Sykes, of Norton, co. Stafford,
esq.,) d. 2 Oct. 1/71, and by her (who d. in
1791) had issue,

1. Sir Robert Shore, present bart.

2. Samuel, d. Feb. 1767.

3. John, of Page Hall, esq., and after-
wards of Lower Canada, m. Catharine, da.
of Edward Carr, of Cledraond, co. Carlow,
and had issue,

1. Alfred-Shore, b. 21 May 1792, lieut.
royal artillery.

2. William-Pole, b. 25 March 1796.

3. John, 6. 13 Aug. 1799.

4. Caroline, d. 12 April 1800.

4. Hannah, d. 7 Oct. 1802.

5. Jane, d. young.

6. Mary, »w., 18 Nov. 1773, Edward
Whitwell, esq., and rf. 1803.

7- Esther, m., 22 Aug. 1774, James
Torre, of Syndale, co. York, esq., and d.
14 June 1802.

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

Arms— See Plate 31. Azure, a chevron,
between three windmills' sails, or, a mullet
for difference.

Cj-est—A garb, or, banded by a fesse,
dancette, azure, charged with three mulletts
pierced, or.

Seat — Cockle Hall, on Sherwood Forest.

STRACHEY, of Suttok Court, co. Somerset, and Rook's Nest, co.


15 June 1801.

Sir HENRY STRACHEY, Baronet, born 7 Dec. 1772, succeeded his
father, sir Henry, 1 Jan. 1809.

This family was originally seated at Wal-
den, CO. Essex, where a William Strachey
was living in the reign of Edward VI. From
Essex they migrated to Surrey, and finally
settled at Sutton Court, co. Somerset, which
was the property of John Strachey, of
Gray's-Inn, barrister, in 16G3: his grand-on,

Hknry Strachey, of Sutton Court, esq.,
father of the 1st bart., m., 1st, Helen, da. of
Robert Clerk, of Listonfield, in ]Mid-Lo-
thian, and of Edinburgh, M.D. ; and 2dly,

Frances, da. of Quarne, of Truro, in

Cornwall, esq. By his first wife he had

1. John; 2. Robert-Primrosk.
William; 4. Agnes.
Mary; 6. Elizabeth.




Magdalene, all rf. young.

Sir Henry, 1st bart.

John, in holy orders, LL.D., sometime
archdeacon of Suffolk, and chaplain in ordi-
nary to his majesty, ?n. Anne, da. of George
Wombwell, of Lonrton, merchant, by whom
he had a numerous issue,
10. Hi MR, d.

I. Sir HENRY, eldest surviving son, was
created a bart. as above, b. 23 May 1737; m.,
23 May 1770, Jane, da. of John Kelsal, of
Greenwich, co. Kent, esq., relict of Thomas
Latham, esq., capt. R.N., and by her (who
d. 12 Feb, 1824, aged 8G) had issue,

1. Sir Henry, 2d bart.

2. Edward, of Blackheath, co. Kent, b.
18 Dec. 1774, sometime a senior merchant on
the Bengal establishment, m., at Calcutta,
Oct. I808, miss Kirkpatrick, youngest da. of
col. William Kirkpatrick, of' the Bengal es-

tablishment, and d. 3 Jan. 1832.

3. Richard, of Ashurch Grove, co. So-
merset, b. 21 May 1781, sometime resident at
the court of his highness Dowlut Rao Scin-
diah, m., 1 June 1830, Anne-Maria, da. of
Alexander Powell, of Hurdcott House,
Wilts, esq.

4. Charlotte, d. unm.

5. Lucy, m., 29 July 1817, Frederick-Wil-
liam Wallaston, of Shenton-Hall, co. Lei-
cester, esq.

Sir Henry was private secretary to lord
Clive in his'last expedition to India in 1764;
M.P. for Pontefiact 1770, and 1774 for Bi-
shop's Castle ; secretary to the commision-
ers for restoring peace to North America ;
in 1774 clerk of the deliveries of his ma-
jesty's ordnance; and M.P. 1776 for Saltash ;
for Bishop's Castle from I78O to 1802 ; joint
secretary to the treasury in 1802; and after-
wards, in the same year, one of the under-
secretaries of state ; in the negociations for
peace with North America, he assisted the
king's commissioners at Paris; again store-
keeper of the ordnance in 1783; and master
of the king's household in 1794.

Sir Henry rf. 1 Jan. 1809, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir HENRY, present bart.

^,-,>j.9_See Plate 31. Argent on a cross en-
grailed between four eaglets, displayed gules,
a fleur-de-lis between four cinquefoils, or.

Crest— A lion rampant, ennine, ducally
crowned, or, supporting a cross patee fitchy,
of the last.

Seat*— Sutton Court, CO. Somerset; and
Rook's Nest, co. Surrey.

PEPYS, of WiMPOLE Street, co. Middlesex.

23 June 1801.

Sir WILLIAM-WELLER PEPYS, Baronet, horn 4 May 1778, suc-
ceeded his father, sir William-Weller, June 1 825, and is unmarried.



For an account of this family see Pepys
of Boxhill, CO. Surrey, 19 Dec. 1783.

sometime one of the masters in chancery,
(brother of sir Lucas Pepys, of Boxhill,)
created a bart. as above ; m. Elizabeth,
eldest da. of the right hon. William Dowdes-
well, chancellor of the exchequer, and by
her (who d. 21 Oct. 1830) had issue,

1. Sir William-Weller, present bart.

2. Right hon. Sir Charles-Christophkr,
P.C, M.P. for Malton, and master of the
rolls in the high court of chancery ; h. April
1781, m., 30 June 1821, Caroline, da. of Wil-
liam Wingfield, esq., of Lincoln's-Inn, a
master in Chancery, and has issue,

1. Charlotte; 2. Frances.
3. Charles; 4. William.
5. Caroline; 6. Emily.
7. Henry; 8. George.

3. Henry, 6. April 1783,
B.D., prebendary of Wells,

in holy orders,
rector of Aspe-

den and Westmill, co. Herts, and Moreton,
CO. Essex, m., 27 Jan. 1824, Maria, da. of
the right hon. John Sullivan, and has issue,

1. Henry; 2. Louisa.

3. Albinia; 4. Herbert.

5. Georgiana ; 6. Emily.

4. Maria-Elizabeth.

5. LsABELLA-SoPHiA, m., 12 Jan. 1813, the
rev. Thomas Whateley, vicar of Cookham,
CO. Berks.

(3. Anne-Louisa.
Sir William d. June 1825, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

n. SirWILLIAM-WELLER.presentand
2d bart.

Anns— See Plate 31. Sable, on a bend, or,
between two nags' heads, erased, argent,
three fleurs-de-lis, of the field.

Crest — A camel's head, erased, or, bridled,
lined, ringed, and gorged with a ducal coro-
net, sable.

Motto — Mens cujusque is est quisque.


24 June 1801.

Sir WILLIAM-KEITH BALL, Baronet, horji 27 Oct. 1791, succeeded
his father, sir Alexander, 25 Oct. 1809.

Robert Ball, of Ebv/orth, and Stoneham,
CO. Gloucester, esq., rf. 17(j5, having ?>j. Mary,
da. of Mark Dickinson, esq., alderman of
London, and had issue,

1. Ingram, m. Couts, of Montrose,

esq., and had issue a son.

2. George, a major royal marines.

3. Sir Alexander-John, 1st bart.

4. Levy, rf. in May 1807.

5. Henrietta.

6. Charlotte, m. William Smith, of St.
Helen's, esq.

L ALEXANDER-JOHN, 3d son, was
created a bart. 24 June 1801, being then a
capt. R.N. ; rear-admiral of the blue; ob-
tained his majesty's permission to accept the
cross of commander of the royal Sicilian
Order of St. Ferdinand and of Merit; he

was commander of the blockade of Malta,
and after its capture, governor of that
island; m., 7 July 1785, Mary-Smith, da.
of John Wilson, of Westminster, esq., and
(by her, who d. 27 Sept. 1832) had issue.

Sir William-Keith, 2d bart.

Sir Alexander-John rf. at Malta, 25 Oct.
180fl, and was succeeded by his only son,

II. Sir WILLIAM-KEITH, present bart.

Arnis — See Plate 31. Ermine, a lion ram-
pant, sable, between two torteaux in chief,
and in base a hand grenade bursting, pro-

Crest — Out of a naval coronet, a cubit
arm erect, in naval uniform, grasping a
hand grenade bursting, proper.

Seat — Blofield, co. Norfolk.

INGLIS, of Milton Bryant, co. Bedford.
26 June 1801.

Sir ROBERT-HARRy INGLIS, Baronet, LL.D. and F.R.S., and

M.P. for the University of Oxford, succeeded his father sir Hugh, 21 Aug.
1820; born 12 Jan. 1780; married, 10 Feh. 1807, Mary, da. of Joseph-
Sevmour Biscoe, of Penhill, co. Surrey, esq.

The family of Infrli'< is of great antiquity
in Scotland ; the chief branch was seated at
Mannor, or Manour, which was granted in
1305, by king Robert III. to William Inglis,
in reward of his having slain an English-
man, named sir Thomas Struther, in single
combat on the borders.

Alexander Inglis, of Edinburgh, esq.,
a younger son of Inglis, of Cramound, de-
scended from the family of Manour, was
the immediate ancestor of the present bart.
He is said to have been one of 3!) children,
and to have had .'i() children himself; his
eldest son and h. was

Robert Inglis, sometime M.P. for Edin-
burgh, m. Janet, da. of Edward Cleghorn,

of Edinburgh, esq., and had 19 children, of

Robert Inglis, son andh. was?>. 1699, »w.
1725, Mary, sole da. and h. of James Russell.
esq., (by Anne, sister and h. of John Wight-
man, of Maulslie, sometime lord provost of
Edinburgh,) and rf. 1/48, having had issue
13 children, of whom only three sons lived
to man's estate, viz.

1. John, who took the surname of Wight-
man, on succeeding to the estates of his
great uncle, John Wightman, of Maulslie,
esq., twice ?ii. and had issue.

2. Robert, a surgeon in the army, d. 1796,

3. Sir Hugh, 1st bart.



I. Sir HUGH, a director of the East India
Company, and chairman I7O8 and 1801, was
created a bart. as above, b. 1744, m., 1st, 14
Dec. 1784, Catharine, da. and at length sole
heir of Harry Johnson, of Milton Bryan,
CO. Bedford, esq., and by her (who d. 1 May
1793) had issue,

1. Sir Robert-Harrv, present bart.
Stephana-Anne, b. 6 July 1787.

3. Mary-Locisa, b. 28 Dec. 1788.
He ni., 2dly, 8 May 1794, Mary, only sur-
viving da. and h. of George Wilson, esq.

Sir Hugh d. 21 Aug. 1820, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir ROBERT-HARRY, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 32. Azure, a lion ram-
pant, within a bordure, argent, on a chief,
or, three stars of six points, of the field.

Crest — A demi-lion rampant, proper, in
his dexter paw a star of six points, or.

Motto — Recte faciendo securus.

Seat — Battersea-Rise, co. Surrey, and Mil-
ton Bryan, co. Bedford.

WELBY, of Denton House, co. Lincoln.

27 June 1801.

Sir WILLIAM-EARLE WELBY, Baronet, born 14 Nov. 1759, suc-
ceeded his father, sir William -Earle, 6 Nov. 1815 ; married, 30 Aug. 1792,
Wilhelmina, da. and sole h. of William Spry, esq., governor of the island of

Barbadoes, and has issue, 1. GLYNNE-EARLE, M.P. for Grantham,

b. 26 June 1806, m., 6 March 1828, Frances, da. of sir Montague Cholmeley,
bart., and has issue, 1. William-Earle, b. 4 Jan. 1829; 2. Henry'dymie-

Earle, b. 15 Oct. 1830 ; 3. Frances- Wilhelmina, b. 13 April 1832 ; 2.

Wilhelmina, b. 1795, m., 17 May 1825, the rev. Frederick Browning,

prebendary of Salisbury; 3. Penelope, b. 1797, »«•, 2 May 1825,

Clinton-Fynes-James Clinton, esq., barrister-at-law, and d. his widow, 5
June 1834 ; 4. Catharine, b. 1798, m. rev. Thomas- Welby North-
more, vicar of Winterton, co. Lincoln, who d. 16 July 1829 ; 5. Jane,

b. 21 Jan. 1800, d. unm. 14 Dec. 1832 ; 6. Caroline, b. 3 March

1801 ; 7. Elizabeth, b. 31 Dec. 1803, m., 17 Feb. 1829, Northmore-

Thomas-James L-eland, esq.; 8. Augusta, b. 23 Aug. I8O7.

The family of Welby is of great antiquity
in the co. of Lincoln, being descended from
John, lord of Castleton, who was living in
the time of William the Conqueror, and is
said to have assisted Robert de Todeni,
baron of Belvoir, in the defence of his castle.
Several of this family have represented
their native county in parliament, viz.
Richard Welbv, 9th Hen. V. ; Nicholas, 29th
Hen. VI.; Richard, 12th Edw. IV.; and
William in 1654 and 1656; and many of
them have served the office of sheriff co.
Lincoln. Of the sheriffs were, Roger Welby,
20th Rich. II.; Richard, 11th Edw. IV,;
Thomas, 7th Hen. VII.; Richard, .3d Eliz. ;
sir William, K.B., 4th James I. ; William,
Charles II., 1667; Richard, 1704; William,
1746 ; and William-Earle, 1st bart. 1796.

Richard Welby, of Denton, esq., grand-
father of the 1st bart., was high sheriff co.
Lincoln, 1704, m. Mary, da. and h. of John
Towers, of Hadenham, in the Isle of Ely,
esq., and d, on Easter Sunday, 1713, leaving

1. William.

2. Richard, of Welboume, near Grant-
ham, b. 1712, m. Anne, da. of Neville King,
of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, esq., and d. 8 March
1780, leaving issue, Richard-Earle Welby,
of Welboume, esq. (who d. 1 May 1828,
aged 73,) and other children.

3. Selina, m. Humphrey Monoux, esq.

4. Eleanor, m. William Gery, of Bush-
mead, CO. Bedford, esq.

William Welby, eldest son of Richard,
m. Catherine, da. of James Cholmondeley,
of Easton, co. Lincoln, esq., and d. 29 June
1792, leaving issue by her (who d. 23 Jan.
1773) an only surviving child,

I. Sir WILLIAM-EARLE, created a
bart. 27 June 1801 ; b. 1734 ; in 1802 he was

elected for the borough of Grantham, and
for many years was an acting magistrate
for the parts of Kesteven, co. Lincoln, m,,
1st, Penelope, da. of sir John Glynne, of
Hawarden-Castle, co. Flint, bart., and by
her (who d. Feb. 1771) he had issue 2 das.,
who d. infants ; and,

1. Sir William-Earle, present bart.

2. Penelope, m. Thomas - Augustus
Northmore, of Cleve, co. Devon, esq^, and
d. 7 Nov. 1792.

Sir William m., 2dly, March 1773, Eliza-
beth, da. and sole heir of Robert Cope, of
Spondon, co. Derby, esq., and relict of
Thomas Williamson, of Allington, co. Lin-
coln, esq., and by her (who d. 18 Feb. 1825,
aged 83) had,

3. Thomas-Earle.

4. Charles-Cope, b. 23 Dec. 1777'

5. Montague-Earle, in holy orders,
rector of Long Bennington, co. Lincoln,
and Newton-Harcourt, co. Leicester.

6. Richard-Earle, b. 1779, sometime in
the life-guards, m,, Oct. 1812, the widow
of Henry Penton, esq., M.P. for Winches-
ter, and d. 3 Oct. 1834, a°t. 55.

7. John-Earle, in holy orders, b. 9 Sept.
1786, m., 20 May 1819, FeUcia-Eliza, da. of
the rev. H. Hole.

8. Catherine, b. 1776.

9. Elizabeth, b. 1782.

10. Selina, d. young,

11. Eleanora-Charlotte, b. 1783.

12. Maria-Rebecca, b. 1788.

Sir William d. 6 Nov, 1815, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM-EARLE, present bart.

Arms — See Plate 32. Sable, a fesse, be-
tween three fleurs-de-lis, argent.

Crest — An arm, in armour, issuing fess-
wise from clouds, proper, holding a sword.



argent, hilt and pomel, or, over flames of
fire, proper, issuing from the wreath.
Motto (round the crest) — Per ig-nem, per

Seat — Denton House, co. Lincoln,

BAYNES, of Harefield Place, co. Middlesex.

29 June 1801.

Sir CHRISTOPHER BAYNES, created a Baronet, as above ; born 6
Aug. 1755; married^ 1 March 1788, Nanny, da. of William Gregory, of

Ryde, in the Isle of Wight, esq., and has issue, 1. WILLIAM, b. 28

Nov. 1789, m., 14 Dec. 1815, Julia, youngest da. of gen. John Smith, R.A.,
and has issue, William ; John- Waller ; Walter-Francis ; Julia ; a da. b.

1827; 2. Walter-George, 6. 22 Nov. 1792, m. Claudia Velera, a

Roman lady, and has issue, H orace -Christopher ; 3. Donald-Chris-
topher, b. 4 Nov, 1807, G7th foot, m., 27 July 1830, Anne-Maria, youngest

da. of the late H. Boulton, of Geddington, co. Northampton, esq. ; 4.

Mary, b. 19 July 1791.

Christopher Baynes, of Kilburn, co.
York, (descended from an ancient family
of Bayne, or Baine, of Middlemore in the
same county,) was h. about 1()03, m., 1st,
Margaret, widow of James Baine, of Ra-
vensthorpe, co. York, and, 2dly, Elizabeth
Dawson. He rf. Aug. 1678, leavmg issue by
his 1st wife a son, Christopher, who d. 1695,
s.p., and 3 das. ; and by his 2d, 4 das. and a

William Baynes, succeeded his half-
brother, Christopher, at Kilburn, b. 1661,
OT., 1719, Tabitha, da. of George Prickett,
of York, esq., sergeant-at-law, and had
issue one son,

William, h. 19 Jan. 1729, who was bred
to commerce ; he was one of the gentlemen
of the privy chamber to George II. and
III. ; he m. Mary, 2d da. of Christopher
Roberts, of London, esq., and rf. Nov. 1798,
leaving issue by her, (who d. in 1797,)

1. Walter, who rf. young.

2. Sir Christopher, present bart.

3. Tabitha-Mary, b. in 1747.

4. Anna-Frances, rf. in infancy.

5. Jane, b. in 1751.

6. Anna-Frances, b. in 1761, m. Joseph
Shawk, then of Preston, but afterwards of

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