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I. Sir FRANCIS, 2d son of George, was
created a bart. 8 Aug. 1801, remainder in de-
fault of issue male, to the heirs male of the
body of his father : he d. unm. 20 Aug. 1818,
and was succeeded by his nephew,

n. Sir GEORGE, present bart,

Anns— See Plate 33. Azure, on a fess, or,
between five goldfinches, three in chief, and
two in base, proper, three mullets, gules.

Crest — A demi-lion rampant, or.

Motto — Deus mihi providebit.

Seat— Old Court, co. Cork,

CROFTON, of MoHiLL House, co. Leitrim, Ireland.

10 Aug. 1801.

Sir MORGAN-GEORGE CROFTON, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir
Hugh, 6 Jan. 1 834, married, Emily, da. of the right hon. Denis Daly, of
Dunsandle,co. Galway, and has issue, 1. HUGH-DENIS; 2. Denis.

John Crofton, of Mote, co. Roscom-
mon, eseheator general, temp, queen Eliza-
beth, (descended from the Croftons, of Crof-
ton, CO. Lancaster,) m. Jane, sister of sir
Henry Duke, knt., and had issue, 1. Ed-
tvard, ancestor of sir Edward Crofton, of
Mote, created a bart. IWJl, and of the pre-
sent baron Crofton, in the peerage of Ire-
land; 2. Jolm, ancestor of the Croftons, of
Lisdorne; 3. William, ancestor of the Crof-
tons, of Temple House ; 4. Hem-}/, on whom
his father settled the estate of Mohil, 1607,
and from whom descended

Thomas Crofton, of Mohill, esq., m.
Bridget, da. of major Hugh Morgan, of
Dublin, and d. 24 Sept. 1738, leaving issue, a
son and h.,

Hugh, jw., 10 Aug. 1730, Anne, da. of
George Crofton, of Lisburne, co. Roscom-
mon, esq., and d. 18 Oct. 1767, leaving issue
by her (who d. 13 Oct. 1772) a son and h.,

L Sir MORGAN, who was created a bart.,
as above, b. 25 March 1733, m., 19 Aug. 1759,
Jane, youngest da. of lieut.-col. Henry
D'Abzac, of the family of count de Perigord,
by whom (who d. in July 1798) he had

1. Sir Hugh, 2d bart.

2. Henry, in holy orders, m., 1st, Susan,
only da. of Duke Crofton, esq., and had

1. Morgan ; 2, Henry ; 3. Susan.
He m., 2dly, Frances, da. of Francis Folliot,
of Holybrook, co. Sligo, esq., and had issue,

4. John.

3. Morgan, m. Mary, da. of William
Dunn, esq., banker.

4. Anne-Magdalene, m. the rev. James

Dunn, and had issue,

1. Morgan-Hugh; 2. William.

3. Thomas ; 4. James.

5. Mary ; 6. Anne.
5. Jane.
Sir Morgan d. 12 Feb. 1802, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

II. Sir HUGH, 2d bart., b. 7 July 1763,
m., 4 June 1787, Frances, youngest da, of
Ralph Smyth, of Barbarvilla, co. West-
meath, esq., and by her had issue,

I. Sir Morgan-George, present bart.
Hugh, d. June 1807.
Ralph, d.
Henry-William, in holy orders, m.

, youngest da. and co-h. of Matthias

Earberry, esq., M.P. for Lanesborough.
5. Augustus, in holy orders.

Charles, barrister-at-law in Ireland.
Richard-Maximilian, d.

Frances, m. rev. Arthur Hyde, vicar
of Mohill.
10. Jane.

II. Barbara, m. Edward Rotherham, of
Cross Drum, co. Meath.

12. Anne-Digby.
Sir Hugh d. 6 Jan. 1834, and was succeeded
by his eldest son.

Sir MORGAN-GEORGE, present and 3d

Anns—See Plate 33. Per pale, indented,
or, and azure, a lion passant, guardant,

Crest — Seven ears of wheat, on one stalk,

Motto — Dat Detts incrementum.

Seat — Mohill House, co. Leitrim, Ireland.





DE BATHE, of Knightstown, Cashell, and Ladyeath,

CO. Meath, Ireland.

11 Aug. 1801.

Sir WILEIAM.PLUNKETT DE BATHE, Baronet, Lieut.-Col. in
the Army, Knight of St. Ferdinand and Merit of Naples, born 20 Dec.
1793, succeeded his hrother, sir James-Wynne-Butler, Aug. 1828 ; married,
18 Nov. 1820, Mary, eldest da. of Thomas Earle, of Spekelands, co. Lan-

caster, esq., and
d. an infant ; —



1. Laura-Mary,

b. in Malta, Jan. 1822,
19 June 1823: 3.

Hugo de Bathe is said to have accom-
panied earl Strongbow in his expedition to
Ireland in 1172, and had grants of manors

and lands in the counties of Dublin, Meath,
Louth, and Drogheda.
Christopher Bathe, of Drogheda,



Knightstown, Cashel, and Ladyrath, esq.,
m., in 1629, Elizabeth, da. of Sir Jacob Ham-
lyn, knt., of Rooskey Park, and had issue;
1. Peter; 2. Thomas-Henry ,- 3 James; 4.
Amy ; 5. Maria; 6. Bridget. Herf. 10 March
1(>35, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

Peter Bathe, of Knightstown, who m.
Mary, da. of Thomas Taaffe, of Dowan-
stowe, CO. Meath, by whom he had issue,
Thomas, of Drogheda, who d. without issue
in 1639, and

Peter, also of Drogheda, who m., 1685,
Anne, da. of John Gibbon of Dublin, esq.,
he d. 1690, leaving issue,

James, heir to his uncle Thomas, m.
Frances, da. of col. Francis Nangle, of May-
met, CO. Meath, (by Elizabeth, da. of John
Plunkett, esq., who tn. Elizabeth Ledwick,
of Tullagana, co. Meath, a descendant of
lord Killeen,) and had issue, 1. Frances, m.
Patrick Cusack, of Rathraldon, co. Meath,
esq. ; 2. Christopher, who d. at Nanci, in Lor-
raine, and 3,

Peter, his successor, who d. in 1777> hav-
ing m., in 1754, Bridgett, da. and h. of Ed-
mund de Fonte, of Boyle, co. Roscommon,
esq., by whom (who d. 1780) he had issue,

1. Sir James-Michael, 1st bart.

2. Axna-Maria-Laura, b. in Dublin, 25
July 1763, styled countess, from having been
created by Maria Antoinette, queen of

France, a chanoinese of the chapter of
Vienne, in Dauphiny, belonging to the
order of Malta, the insignia of which noble
order this lady was empowered to wear.
She d. at Brussels, 18 April 1822.

bart., of Knightstown, co. Meath, reassumed
by his majesty's sign manual, the ancient
bearings of the name, and was created a
bart. as above, b. 12 Dec. 1759, m. Anna-
Maria, da. and heiress of William Wynne,
esq., and by her (who d. 20 Jan. 1796) had

1. Sir James-Wynne-Butler, 2d bart.

2. Sir William-Plunkett, present and
3d bart.

Sir James Michael d. 22 Feb. 1808, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,

bart., 6.25 Oct. 1792; d. unm., Aug. 1828,
and was succeeded by his brother,

sent and 3d bart.

Arms— See Plate 33. Gules, a cross, be-
tween four lions rampant argent.

Crest — A lion rampant, argent, supporting
in its paws a dagger, of the first, hiked, or.

Motto — Kec parvls sisto.

Seats — Knightstown, Cashel, and Lady-
rath, in the county of Meath, Ireland.

SYNGE, of KiLTROUGH, CO. Meath, Ireland.

12 Aug. 1301.

Sir EDWARD SYNGE, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir Robert, 1804,
born G April 1786 ; married., 19 Jan. 1809, Mary-Helena Welsh, eldest da.
of Robert Welsh, barrister-at-law, Dublin, esq., and niece of Noah-Hill

Neale, of Gloucester, esq., and has issue, 1. EDWARD, i. 19 Nov.

1809; 2. Noah-Hill-Neale, h.b Feb. 1811; 3. Robert, h. 8

July 1812; 4. Hutchinson-Francis, b. 2 July 1820; 5. Mil-

lington-Henry, b. 1 Dec. 1823; 6. Allen, b.Q Jan. 1824.

This family was seated at Bridgenorth,
CO. Salop, at least as early as the commence-
ment of the 16th century : the original name
is said to ha/e been Millington, but changed
to Synge from the circumstance of one of
the family being a canon or chantry priest ;
this tradition however, though at least 200
years old, (for it is borne out by a pedigree
of the date of 1623,) seems not a very pro-
bable one.

Richard Synge, of Bridgenorth, who
was living 1623, had two sons, who both at-
tained the mitre in Ireland; George, the
eldest, was bishop of Cloyne, and d. 1653,
leaving issue ; and

Edward, the youngest, was successively
bishop of Ardfert, Cork, Cloyne, and Ross,
and d. 1678, leaving two sons, Samuel, dean
of Kildare, and

Edward, bishop of Raphoe, and arch-
bishop of Tuam, d. 1741, leaving two sons,
1. Edward, successively bishop of Clonfert,
Cloyne, Ferns, and Leighlin, and d. 1762,
leaving an only child, Alicia, m. the right
hon. Joshua Cooper, of Mercury, co. Sligo,
and 2.

Nicholas, bishop of Killaloe 1746, m.
Elizabeth, da. of Richard French, of Gar-
bally, (grandfather of the lj,t earl of Clan-
earty,) and rf. 1 Feb. 1771. leaving several
das. and one son,

EdiMund Synge, A.M., of Syngefield,
in King's County, m., 1753, Elizabeth, da.

of Samuel Hutchinson, lord bishop of Kil-
lala, and d. 1792, having had issue by her,
(who rf. 1799,)

1. Edward, D.D., b. 1753.

2. Samuel, M.A., archdeacon of Killala,
t7i., 1st, Frances, da. of Wood, of Ross-
meed, in Westmeath, esq., by whom he had
a da., Frances; and, 2dly, Dorothy, da. of
John Hatcli, of Dublin, esq.

3. George, of Rathmore, King's County,

esq., m. Mary, 2d da. of Macdonal, of

New Hall, in Clare, esq., and has issue.

4. Sir Robert, 1st bart.

5. Francis, of Roundwood, in Wicklow,
esq., 771. Elizabeth, eldest da. of John Hatch,
of Dublin, esq., and had issue.

I. Sir ROBERT (4th son of the above-
named Edward) was created a bart. as above,
b. 1759; m., 1784, Margaret, da. of Theobald
Wolfe, of Newtown, co. Dublin, esq., and
cousin-german of Arthur Wolfe, viscount
Kil warden, chief justice of the court of
King's Bench, who was assassinated while pre-
paring to attend the privy council at the
castle of Dublin, 23 July 1803, and had

1. Sir Edward, 2d bart.

2. Francis-Hutchinson, &. 30 April 1788,
m. Mar^-Anne, 2d da. of John Paget, of
Newbury House, co. Somerset, esq.

3. Robert, b. 31 Oct. 1791, in holy orders,
m., Aug. I{i2(t, Anna, eldest da. of B'enjamin
Follett, of Topsham, co. Meath, esq.




4. Elizabeth, d. young.

5. Sophia, b. 31 Jan. 17^5, d. unm. 30 May

6. Charlotte, h. 28 May 1789.

7. Margaret, 6. 13 Aug. 1790.

8. Mary-Anne, h. 8 Feb. 1794, d. 13 May

9. Anne-Sophia, 6.29 Dec. 1797, m., 8
Dec. 1829, James Greenwood, esq., of Gol-
den Square.

Sir Robert d. 1804, and was succeeded by

his eldest son,

II. Sir EDWARD, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 33. Quarterly: 1st and
4th azure, three plates, each charged with
a millrind, sable ; 2d and 3d, argent, an eagle
displayed, with two heads, sable.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, an eagle's
claw, proper.

Motto — Ccelestia canimus.

Seat — Kiltrough, co. Meath.

FERGUSON, of Londonderry.

7 Oct. 1801.

donderry, succeeded his father, sir Andrew, 1811, and is unmarried.

donderry, (son of John Ferguson, of Lon-
donderry, and grandson of the rev. Andrew
Ferguson, of Brurt, co. Donegal,) was
created a bart. as above, m. Eliza, da. of
Robert Alexander of Broomhall, near Lon-
donderry, esq., and niece to the earl of
Caledon, and had issue,

1. John, d. young.

2. Sir Robert - Alexander, present

3. Harvey, d. s.p.

4. Anne, m. lieut.-col. William Blacker,
of Carrick, co. Armagh.

5. Jane, m., 5 March 1819, Hugh Mont-

gomery, of Benvarden, co. Antrim, esq.

6. Sarah, m., 24 June 1811, rev. William
Knox, son of the hon. and rev. William
Knox, bishop of Derry.

7. Eliza, nt. John-Ueorge Smyly, esq.
Sir Andrew d. 1811, and was succeeded by
his only son,

II. Sir ROBERT, present and 2d bart.

Ai-rns — See Plate 3i3. Azure, an arming
buckle, argent, between three boars' heads,

Crest — On a thistle, leaved and flowered,
proper, a bee, or.

Motto — Dulcis ex aspei'is.

NEPEAN, of LoDUS, and of Bothenhampton, co. Dorset.

16 July 1802.

Sir MOIvINEUX-HYDE NEPEAN, Baronet, iom 20 Sept. 1783, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Evan, 2 Oct. 1822; married, 30 Aug. 1813, miss

Charlotte Tilghman, and has amongst other issue, a Da. b. 29 Jan. 1829 ;

— — Margaret-Harriet, d. 28 Feb. 1830, set. 8.

Nicholas Nepean, of Saltash, co. Corn-
wall, esq., (eldest son of Nicholas Nepean,
of St. Stephen's, Cornwall, esq.,) m. Mar-
garet, da. of Jones, of Allagadno,

CO. Glamorgan, esq., by whom he had

1. Thomas, major-general in the army,
d. 1816.

2. Sir Evan, 1st bart.

3. Nicholas, a colonel in the army, m.
. Widekin, of Hanover, and by her
had issue,

1. Charles -Wideland, m., Anril 1818,
Anne, 3d da. of Alexander Beeclier, capt.

2. Caroline, m., 4 April 1812, Francis-
Moss Smith, esq.

I. The right hon. sir EVAN was created a
bart. 16 July 1802 ; he was a privy cotmsellor
in Great Britain and Ireland, clerk of the
crown and courts in Jamaica, sometime
secretary to the admiralty, and secretary of
state in Ireland; ?h. Margaret, da. of Wil-
liam Skinner, esq., capt. in the army, by
whom (who d. 26 Dec. 1833) he had is-

1. Sir Molineux-Hyde, present bart.

2. Harriet, b. 30 Oct. 1788.

3. Frederick, b. 4 March 1794, m., at
Calcutta, the eldest da. of capt. Alexander
Beecher, R.N., and d. at Calcutta, 17 Sept.

4. William, major in the army, b. 20
Sept. 1795, nu, Dec. 1820, Emilia, da. of
col. York.

5. Evan, in holy orders, b. 20 April 1800,
m., 5 Sept. 1832, Anne, 2d da. of sir Herbert
Jenner, knt., advocate - general, and has

A son, b. 1 Oct. 1834.

6. Caroline, m., 1812, Francis - Moss
Smith, esq.

Sir Evan d. 2 Oct. 1822, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir MOLINEUX-HYDE, present

Arms — See Plate 33. Gules, a fesse,
wavy, erminois, between three mullets, ar-

Crest — On a mount, vert, a goat passant,
sable, charged on his side with two ermine
spots in fesse, or, collared and attired,

Seats — Loders, Bothenhampton, and
Mapperton House, co. Dorset.



LITTLEHALES, (now BAKER,) of Wembley, co. Middlesex.

2 Sept. 1802.

Sir EDWARD-BAKER BAKER, Baronet, horn 4 Nov. 1806, sue
ceeded his father, sir Edward, 1st bart. 4 March 1825.

Sir Edward is descended from an ancient
family in the neighbourhood of Bridgnorth,
CO. Salop, the representative of which is
John Littlehales, of Winchester, M.D.

Joseph Littlehales, grandfather of
the 1st bart., »*. Elizabeth, sister of William
Baker, of Portman Square, (and aunt of
Peter- William Baker, of Ranstone, co.
Dorset, esq., and M.P. for Corfe Castle,
who d. Aug. 1815,) and d. 1792, leaving a
son and heir,

Baker-John Littlehales, of Moulsey,
CO. Surrey, esq., m. Maria, da. and sole h.
of Bendal Martyn, esq., by whom he had
issue, (besides three sons who d. in their in-

1. Sir Edward, 1st bart.

2. Bendal-Robert, a capt. R.N., m.
Mary-Anne, da. of Thomas Cleather, of
Plymouth, esq.

3. Verney-Peter, in holy orders, M.A.

4. Randall-William, d. umn. 1789.

5. Stour-Charles, in holy orders, A.M.,
prebendary of St. Patrick's, Dublin.

. 6. Elizabeth-Laura, m., 1788, Thomas
Willats, of Kidmore End, co. Oxford, esq.

7. Maria, m. the rev. T. H. Noyes,
A.M., vicar of Bath Easton, co. Somerset.

I. Sir EDWARD, 1st bart., took the
surname of Baker only, and the arms of
Baker quarterly with those of Littlehales,
by royal sign manual 1817, m., 22 July 1805,
lady Elizabeth-Mary Fitzgerald, 3d da. of
William-Robert, 2d duke of Leinster and
had issue,

1. Sir Edward-Baker, present bart.

2. William-Leinster-York, 6. 14 May

3. Wellington-Charles-Cecil, h. 31
March 1817-

4. Talbot - Hastings - Bendall, 6. 9
Sept. 1820.

5. Charlotte-Elizabeth, 6. 13 March

6. Emilia-Maria, b. 29 Dec. 1809, nu,
22 July 1828, Thomas-Mills Goodlake, of
Wadley House, co. Berks, esq.

7. Geraldine-Laura, 6. 29 Aug. 1811.

8. Louisa-Isabella, b. 11 June 1814.
Sir Edward d. 4 March 1825, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir EDWARD-BAKER, present and
2d bart.

Arms—?>ee Plate 33. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, Baker, argent, a castle between two
crosses, pat^e, in chief, and a key in base
sable, on a chief, azure, two keys erect,
or ; 2d and 3d, Littlehales, argent, on
a bend, cottised, sable, three cinquefoils,
or, a chief, gules, charged wih three arrows
erect, points downwards, proper.

Crest — 1st, Baker, a nag's head erased,
argent, charged on the neck with a cross,
patee, fitche, gules, in the mouth a trefoil,
slipped, vert : 2d, Littlehales, between
two wings, elevated, or, an armed arm,
embowed, proper, garnished, or; the hand
in a gauntlet, graspmg an arrow, entwined
by a branch of olive, proper.

Motto — Finis coronat opus.

Seat — Ranston House, Blandford, cd

DICKSON, of Hardingham Hall, co. Norfolk.

21 Sept. 1802.

Sir WILIilAM DICKSON, Baronet, commander R.N., lorn 10 June
1798, succeeded his father, sir Archibald-CoUingwood, 18 June 1827-

Archibald Dickson, (of a Scotch fa-
mily,) father of the 1st bart., m ,

and had issue,

1. William, admiral of the blue; m.,
1st, Jane, da. of Alexander Collingwood,
esq., of Un thank, co. Northumberland, by
whom he had,

1. James, d. aged 15.

2. William, a capt. in the 22d regt. of
foot, m., in 1791, his cousin, Elizabeth,
sole da. of his uncle, sir Archibald, the
1st bart., and d. s.p. 1795.

3. Sir Archibald -Collingwood, 2d
bart., who succeeded his uncle, Archi-

4. Sir Alexander, K.C.B. and K.C.H.,
col. in the royal artillery, and aide-de-
camp to the king, m., 1803, miss Brion^s,
of the island of Minorca, by whom he
has, Jane; William; Eliza; Alexander;
and Collingwood.

5. Jane, m. her cousin, Archibald, a
capt. R.N., son of general John Dickson.

6. Eleanor.

Jane, his 1st wife, dying, the admiral m.,
2dlY, in 1786, Elizateth Charteris, by whom
he nad.

7. James, who d. young.

8. David-John, commander R.N.

9. Mary-Anne.

10. Rowland! 11. Robert.
12. Louisa.

The admiral d. in May 1803.

2. Sir Archibald, 1st bart.

3. JOHN, a major -gen., m. Elizabeth, da.
of Alexander Collingwood, of Unthank, by
whom he had,

1. Archibald, capt. R.N., m. his cou-
sin, Jane, aforesaid.

2. Eleanor, m. capt. Soane.

3. Elizabeth, m. Burdon, esq.

4. Mary, m. Archibald Smith.

5. Elizabeth, m. capt. Ball.

I. Sir ARCHIBALD, admiral of the
blue, 2d son of the first-mentioned Archi-
bald, was created a bart. as above, with
remainder in default of issue male to his
nephew, sir Archibald Collingwood, 2d
bart., ni., 1st, Elizabeth Porter, by whom
(who d. 1779) he had issue, Elizabeth, 1st
m. to her aforesaid cousin, William : 2dly,
in 1804, to rear-admiral John-Child Purvis,
esq., of Vicar's-H ill-House, in Hampshire :
he m., 2dly, Frances- Anne, da. of the rev.



Williams, of Norwich. Sir Archibald

deceasing in 18(»3, his widow m. lieut.-col.
O'Brien, and he was succeeded by his ne-

2d bart., admiral R.N., b. 30 June 1772, m.,
17 Aug. 1797, Harriett, da. of admiral John
Bourmaster, of Tichfield, Hants, and had

1. Sir William, present bart.

2. Harriet, 6.27 Sept. 1800, m. Thomas-
Wren Carter, capt. R.N.

3. Archibald, b. 24 Nov. 1802, in the

4. Colpoys, b. 21 Aug. 1807, E. I. C.
military service in Bengal.

5. Mary- Magdalen, m., 7 Dec. 1826,
Claude Douglas, esq., of the East India
Company's service.

6. Alexander-Collingwood-Thomas,

b. 1 Aug. 1810, R.N,

7. Augusta-Caroline, 6. 9 Oct. 1813.

8. John-Bourmaster, b. 29 April 1815.

9. GEORGE-COLLINGrt'OOD, b. 1817'

10. Francis, 6. 20 Sept. 1822.

Sir Archibald rf. 18 June 1827, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

III. Sir WILLIAM, present and 3d

^rm5— See Plate 33. Azure, an anchor, or,
encircled with an oak wreath, vert, between
three mullets, pierced, or, on a chief, or
three pallets, gules, the centre one sur-
mounted by a mural coronet, argent.

Crest — A trident and a spear, in saltire, or,
surmounting an armed arm, brandishing a
falchion, proper.

Motto — Fortes fmtuna juvat.

Seat — At Sydenham, co. Roxburgh.

WHITE, of TuxFORD, CO. Nottingham, and of Wallingwells, co.


20 Dec. 1802.

Sir THOMAS-WOOLLASTON WHITE, Baronet, born 3 Oct. 1801f
succeeded his father, sir Woollaston, 28 Oct. 1817; married^ 4 March 1824,
Georgina, da. of George Ramsay, of Barnton, near Edinburgh, esq., by

whom (who (^. 2 Dec. 1825) he had issue, 1. Georgina, 6. 18 Nov. 1825.

Siv Thomas, in., 2d]y, 21 March 1827, Mary-Euphemia, da. of WilHam Ram-

say,ofEdinburgh,banker, and has issue, 2. THOMAS-WOOLLASTON,

Z». 7 Feb. 1828; S.Mary-Elizabeth, h. 16 July 1829; 4. Be-

THiA-HAMiLTON,i. 22Nov. 1830, d. 31 Jan. 1834; 5. Fanny-Lucy-

Fowke, b. 31 May 1832; C. William-Knight-Hamilton-Ram-

SAY, b. 23 Jan. 1834.

This family is descended from Thomas
White, of Tuxford, co. Notts, (son of Ni-
cholas White, of Sulfolk,) who m. Anne
Cecil, sister of the great lord Burleigh,
their son and heir.

Sir John White, of Tuxford, m. Doro-
tliy, da. of sir John Harpur, of Swarkeston,
CO. Derby, knt., and d. 25 Dec. 1<)25, leaving,
besides other issue, a son and heir,

Thomas, m. Anne, da. of sir Edmund
Hartopp, bart., and d. 1638, leaving, besides
other issue, a son and heir,

John, who w. Jane, da. of sir Thomas
Williamson, of Great Markham, bart., and
left an only surviving son,

Thomas, of Tuxford and Wallingwells,
M.P. for East Retford, in the parliaments
of 1714, 1722, and 1727, m., in July 1798,
Bridget, sole da. and h. of Richard Taylor,
of Wallingwells, esq., member for East
Retford, and sheriff' co. of Nottingham,
1799, (by Bridget, da. of sir Ralph Knight,
of Warsop and Langold, co. Nottingham,)
and by her (who d. 7 Jan. 17<)1) had issue,

1. John, 6. 2 Dec. 1699, d. unm., 1769.

2. Taylor.

3. Bridget, b. 27 Feb. 1703-4, m., in July
1720, sir John Heathcote, of Normanton,
CO. Rutland, bart., and d. T) May 1772.

4. Anne, b. 30 Dec. 1709, m., 6 April 1742,
sir Griffith Boynton, of Burton Agnes, co.
York, bart.

5. Mary, d. tinm. in 1788.

Taylor White, 2d but eldest surviving
son of Thomas, was of Lincoln's Inn, and
judge of the county palatine of Chester, d.
in 1772, m., 1st, Anne, da. of Thomas Er-
rington, of Beaufort, esq. ; and 2<lly, Fran-
ces, da. and co-h. of major-general John

Armstrong, by whom he had issue,

1. Taylor.

2. Thomas, recorder of Stamford, d. in
1786, utim.

3. Stephen, of Castor, co. Northampton,
LL.D., m. Elizabeth-Hannah, eldest da, of
the rev. William Sellon, minister of Clerk-
enwell, London, and had a numerous issue.

4. Anne, d. unm. 18 June 1819, aged 77.

5. Frances.

Taylor White, son and h, of the above
Taylor, b. in 1743, d. 1795, m. Sarah, eldest
da. and co-h. of sir Isaac Woollaston, bart.,
and had issue,

1. Lydia, b. 18 Jan. 1768, ni. James Wors-
ley, esq., in the army.

2. Thomas, created a bart. as abo\'e.

3. Sarah, b. 4 June 1769, d. April 1827.

4. Elizabeth, b. 21 Aug. 1770, m., 1801,
Richard Worsley, esq., captain R.N., bro-
ther to the above James Worsley, esq.

5. Taylor, b. 21 Aug. 1771, m., 1803, So-
phia, da. of Jewell, esq., and hatl is-
sue, 8 sons and 4 das.

6. Frances, b. 13 March 1777; m., 15
Jan. 1822, lieut.-col. George O'Halloran.

7. Charles-Lawrence, b. 19 Sept. 17^2,
d. 15 A])ril 1814, in consequence of wounds
received in a sortie made on the precetUng
day by the French from Bayonne.

ated a bart. 20 Dee. 1802, (with remainder to
the issue male of his brothers, Taylor and
Charles-Lawrence White,) b. 20 Jan. 1767,
»«., 3 Jan. 1801, Elizabeth, da. of Thomas
Blagg, of Tuxford, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Thomas-Woollaston, 2d bart.

2. Sarah, b. 27 Nov. 1802, d. 3 Feb. 1810.

3. Anne, b. 15 June, d. 11 Aug. 1804.



4. Taylor, b. 9 June 1805, in. Dorothy-
Letitia, da. of col. Kirke, of Markham, co.
Notts, and has issue,

1. Thomas-Wollaston, 6. 1829.

2. Elizabeth.

5. Anne, b. 15 June 1807, m., 1827, Wil-
liam Kirke, of Markham, co. Notts, esq.

6. Frances, b. 2 April 1809, d. 11 Feb.

7. Lydia, (twin with Frances,) d. 6 Feb.

8. Sarah, b. 24 Jan. 1811.

9. Lydia, b. 24 May 1814, d. Nov. 1827.

10. Charles-Lawrence, 6. 30 April 1815,
d. young.

Sir Thomas d. 28 Oct. 1817, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

sent bart.

Arms — See Plate 33. Gules, a chevron,
vaire, between three lions rampant, or.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, argent, a
demi-eagle, displayed, sable.

Seat — At Wallingwells, near Worksop, co.

METCALFE, of Chilton, co. Berks.

21 Dec. 1802.

Supreme Council, Bengal, Governor of the Presidency of Agra, and late
Resident at Hydrabad, bo7-)i 30 Jan. 1785, succeeded his brother, sir Theo-
philus-John, 15 Aug. 1822.

Theophilus Metcalfe, grandfather of
the 1st bart., was bred to the law, and set-
tled in Ireland about 1690, and d. there,
leaving three sons, William and Theophilus,
who both d. unm., and

Thomas, an officer in the army, h. about
1695, m. Margaret, da. of the rev. John Wil-

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