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Bretton, co. York, by whom he had no is-
sue; and, 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of Joseph
Wilson, of Barnsley, and d. 2 July 1757,
leaving issue by his 2d wife (who d. 1802) a
da., Mary, who d iinm. 31 July 1832, set. 88,
and two sons, of whom, Joseph, the youngest,
was of Barnsley, co. York, and m. Mary,
da. and co-h. of John Stanniforth, of Hull,
merchant, and had issue one son, Stanni-
forth, and six das., Eleanor, Caroline,
Mary, Anne, Eliza, and Augusta ; and the

I. Sir JOHN BECKETT, created a bart.
as above, b. 30 April 1743, m., 3 March 1774,
Mary, da. of Christopher Wilson, lord
bishop of Bristol, and by her (who d. 21



Feb. 1833) had issue,

1. Sir John, 2d bart.

2. Christopher, 6. 26 Jan. I777.

3. Thomas, b. 1 Jan. 1779, m., 3 March
1825, Caroline, 2d da. of Joseph Beckett, of
Barnsley, esq.

4. Richard, b. 18 June 1782, capt. in the
Coldstream foot-guards, killed at the battle
of Talavera, in Spain, 28 July 1809.

5- William, banker at Leeds, 6. 3 March
1784.

6. Edward, 6. 29 Jan. 1787, m., 4 Dec.
1814, Maria, da. of William Beverly, of Be-
verly, esq.

7. Henry, 6. 11 April 1791.

8. George, in holy orders, prebend of
Lincoln, rector of Epwoith, and vicar of
Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, b. 10 Feb. 1793.

Sir John d. 18 Sept. 1826, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. The right hon. sir JOHN, present and
2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 44. Gules, a fess be-
tween three boars' heads couped, erminois.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar's
head couped, or, pierced by a cross patee,
fitchee, erect, sable.

Seats — At Leeds, co. York ; and Somerby
Park, CO. Lincoln.



HENNIKER, of Newton Hall, co. Essex.

2 Nov. 1813.

Rev. Sir AUGUSTUS-BRYDGES HENNIKER, Baronet, in Holy
Orders, succeeded his brother, sir Frederick, 6 Aug. 1825 ; horn 24 Jan.
1795 ; married^ 1st, Frances-Ameha, da. of J. Henry Stewart, esq., by

whom (who d. 17 June 1823) he had issue, 1. Frances-Elizabeth.

Sir Augustus w., 2dly, 14 Feb. 1826, Elizabeth, 4th da. of John-Minet, 3d
lord Henniker, and has— — 2. Elizabeth-Mary, i. 9 April 1827 ;•



-" -J - - ^ - — , - ^

3. Louisa-Augusta, b. 1 31arch 1828 ; 4. A Da., h. 6 Sept.



1829.



John Henniker, created baron Henni-
ker, (see Debrett's Peerage of the United King-
dom,) b. 15 June 1724, m., 24 Feb. 1747,
Anne, eldest da. and co-h. with her sister,
EUzabeth, (who m., 18 July 1767. Henry
Bridges, 2d duke of Chandos,) of sir John
Major, of Worlingworth Hall, co. Suffolk,



bart., and by her (who d. 18 July 1792) had
issue,

1. John, 2d, lord.

2. Major, b. 9 May 1755, w. 24 June 1776,
^lary, da. of John Minet, of Rochester, esq.,
and d. 2 Feb. 1789, leaving issue,

1. JohnMinet, 3d lord Henniker, (see



366



HEWETT.— BOROUGH.



that title in Debretfs "Peerage.)

2. Major-Jacob, capt. R.N., m, and has
issue, {.se« Behretfs Peerage.)

3. Mary-Anne, m., 1(1 Nov. 1798, sir
Francis-William Sykes, of Basildon, co.
Berks, bart., and d. 27 Feb. 1804.

4. Elizabeth-Dale, b. 1783, m. John-
Simon Harcourt, esq.

3. Sir Brydges-Trecothick, 1st bart.

4. Anne-Elizabeth, m., 1st, 24 May
1787, Edward Stratford, 2d earl of Aid-
borough, and 2cUy, George Powell, esq., and
d, 14 July 1802.

I. The hon. sir BRYDGES-TRECO-
THICK, 3d son, was created a bart. as
above, lieut-gen. in the army, b. 10 Nov.
1767, m., 25 Sept. 1791, Mary, eldest da. and
eo-h. of William Pressy, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Frederick, 2d bart.

2. Sir Augustus-Brydges, 3d bart.

3. Aldbobough-Brydges-John,6. 4 Jan.
17J)7.

4. John, h. 7 June 1800.



5. Anne, nu, 16 Aug. 1817> John Wythe,
esq.

6. Emily, d. 25 March 1814.

7. Anna-Eliza-Elizabeth, »w., 28 April
1829, to capt. Major-Jacob Henniker, R.N.,
brother of lord Henniker.

Sir Brydges d. 3 July 1816, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

n. Sir FREDERICK, 2d hart., 6. 1 Nov.
1793, d. umn. 6 Aug. 1825, and was succeeded
by his next brother,

III. Sir AUGUSTUS-BRYDGES, 3dand
present bart.

Arms— See Plate 44. Or, on a chevron,
gules, between two crescents, in chief, and
an escallop in base, azure, three estoiles,
argent.

Crest — On a wreath an escallop-shell, or,
charged with an estoile, gules.

Motto — Deus majm- columna.

Seat — Newton Hall, co. Essex ; and Thorn-
ham, CO. Suffolk.



HEWETT.

6 Nov. 1813.

Right Hon. Sir GEORGE HEWETT, P. C. in Ireland ; created a
Baronet as above, G.C.B., a General in the Army, Colonel of the 61st Re-
giment of Foot, and sometime Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in the
East Indies, born 1 1 May 1750 ; married, 26 July 1785, Julia, da. of John
Johnson, of Blackheath, co. Kent, esq., and has issue, 1. GEORGE-
HENRY, lieut.-col. in the army, b. 18 May 1791, w., 26 July 1816, Louisa,
youngest da. of the right rev. Henry-William Majendie, lord bishop of
Bangor, and has issue, Louisa- Julia- Anne, b. 4 July 1817 ; George-John-
Bouliertie, b. 21 Sept. 1818 ; Frank-William, b. 10 May 1820 ; and 3Iari/.

Anne, b. 21 Sept. 1824 ; 2. John, in the army, b. 17 July 1794, dec;

3. William, b. 2 July 1795, a major in the army, m., 21 June 1826,

Sarah, 2d da. of general sir James DuiF; 4. Charles, b. 18 Nov.

1796; 5. Philip, 6. 7 Sept. 1799, w., 10 Dec. 1828, Anne, youngest

da. of general sir James DuiF, knt. ; 6. Julia, i. 30 Oct. 1786, m.

general Gary; 7- Eliza, b. 19 Jan. 1788, m. major John Johnson,

deputy-adjutant-general in the East Indies, d. in India; 8. Anne,

b. 12 June 1793, m., 11 July 1818, dr. Miller, of Exeter, M.D., and d. 17
Aug. 1833; 9. Charlotte, ^». 30 July 1798; 10. Catharine-
Frances, b. 26 Oct. 1800 ; 11. Frances, b. 1 Aug. 1802, d. 11 July

1827 ; 12. Marianne, b. 26 Oct. 1803.



William Hbwett, of Dunston Bassett,
CO. Leicester, (son of William of Milbrooke
and Ampthill, co. Bedford, and afterwards
of Dunston Basset, aforesaid,) was high
sheriff of co. Leicester 1(J47, m. Frances,
da. of Edward Nele, of Glen Magna, and d.
1662, leaving, besides other issue, a son and
heir,

Nele, who m. Mary, sister of sir Thomas
Halford, bart., and had a numerous family,
of whom liis 3d but eldest surviving son,

William Hkwktt, of Dunston-Bassett,

CO. Leicester, es(|., m. , and had a

numerous issue, of wliom his 7th son,

Shuckijurgh Hewett, of Melton-Mow-
bray, co. Leicester, esq., b. 12 Jan. 1719, a



major in the army, d. 1ft Dec. 1759, m. Anne,

da. of . Ward, co. Leicester, esq., and had

issue an only son,

I. Sir GEORGE, created a bart. as above.

Arms—Hec Plate 44. Gules on a chevron,
embattled between three owls, argent, each
crowned witli an eastern coronet, or, as
many bombs, fired, proper.

Crest— On a wreath of the colours, out of
a mural crown, or, the stump of an oak-
tree, with branches; thereon an hawk,
projjcr, gorged with an eastern coronet, and
belled, gold.

S6'a<— Freemantle Park, near Southamp-
ton.



BOROUGH, of Basei,don Park, co. Berks.
12 Nov. 1813.
Sir RICHARD BOROUGH, Baronet, D.C.L., born 18 April 1756;



DUFF-GORDON CLARKE-JERVOISE.



367



married^ 21 Aug. 1799, Anna-Maria, eldest da. of Gerard Lake, 1st vis-
count Lake, and sister to the present viscount, and by her has issue, 1.

EDWARD-RICHARD, b. 20 June 1800, m., 12 INfay 1831, lady Eli-
zabeth St. Lawrance, sister of Thomas, earl of Howth, and has issue, 1.
Margaret- Anne-Maria, b. 18 Jan. 1833; 2. Elizabeth, 6. 6 June 1834 ;

2. Gerard-Charles, b. 31 July 1807, a capt. 39th regiment of

foot ; 3. AnjsTabella-Elizabeth, b. 10 April 1802, m., 1st, 13 Jan.

1823, Thomas- William, 4th earl of Pomfret ; and, 2dly, May 1834, rev.

William Thorpe, D.D. ; 4. Georgina-Theodosia, b. 25 May 1804,

TO., 14 3Iarch 1831, John-Wilson Barlow, esq. ; and 5. Augusta, b.

2 Sept. 1808, ?»., 7 May 1832, rev. John-Henry Fludyer, of Ayston, co.
Rutland.



Richard Borough, of the city of Lime-
rick, and of Querin, co. Clare, esq., (son of
Richard Borough, town-major of Dublin,
and grandson of Elias Bonn-Herau, D.D.,
who fled from France, at the revocation of
the edict of Nantes, and subsequently be-
came librarian of St. Patrick's Library,
Dublin,) m. Dorothy, da. and h. of Randall
Jones, of Querin, esq., relict of Free-
man, of CO. Cork, and had issue, 1. Randall,
in the army, d. tinm. ; 2. William-Blacknei/,
lieut.-col. in the army, m. Jane Boyd, da.



of archdeacon Boyd, and had issue ; 3. Jane,
m. captain Crawford ; and 4.

I. Sir RICHARD, created a bart. as
above.

Arms — See Plate 44. Or, in base a dol-
phin naiant, in waves of the sea, all proper,
on a chief azure, three mullets, argent.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours three
plates, surmounted by a plume of five os-
trich feathers, argent.

Motto — Suivez niou



DUFF, (now DUFF-GORDON,) of Hankin, co. Ayr.

12 Nov. 1813.

Sir ALEXANDER-CORNEWALL DUFF-GORDON, Baronet, suc-
ceeded his father, sir William, 8 March 1823, born 3 Feb. 1811, Assistant
Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber to his Majesty, and a Clerk in the
Treasury.



William Duff, of Crombie, co. Banff,
esq., advocate-sheriif of co. Ayr, (son of
James Duff, of the same place, esq., by
Jane, da. and co-h. of George Maldrum, of
Crombie,) m. Elizabeth, da. of sir Robert
Dalryniple, ofCastleton, knt., and rf. 1781,
leaving issue by her, (who d. the same year,)
one surviving son, sir James, 1st bart.;
and two das., Janet, m. sir Hugh Dalrymple
Hamilton, bart., and Anne, m., 1st, William
Crichton, earl of Dumfries, by whom she
had no issue; and, 2dly, the hon. Alexander
Gordon, 3d son of William, 2d earl of Aber-
deen, (by his 3d wife, Anne, da. of Alex-
ander, 2d duke of Gordon,) and d. 1792,
having issue by her 2d husband, who was a
lord of session, by the title of lord Rock-
ville, and d. 21 Aug. 1811, four sons and
four das., viz., 1. Charles, m., and had
issue; 2. sir William, 2d bart.; 3. Alex-
ander, lieut.-col. 83d foot, killed at Tala-
vera, 1809, iinm. ; 4. Cosmo, in the army,
m. and had issue: 5. Anne, m. John Cath-
cart, of Genoch, esq. ; 6. Janet, m., 14 Jan.
1799, the hon. Hugh Lindsay, 8th son of
James, 5th earl of Balcarres ; 7- Catherine,
in., 1 Oct. 18(10, Robert Hepburn, of Clerk-
ington, esq. ; 8. Margaret, »;., 12 Aug. 18U2,
sir Coutts Trotter, bart.

I. Sir JAMES DUFF, eldest son of Wil-
liam above named, was created a bart. as



above, with remainder to his nephew, Wil-
liam Gordon, d. 20 Nov. 1815, without issue,
and was succeeded (pursuant to the said li-
mitation) by

II. Sir WILLIAM, who tookthesumame
of Dnjf, in addition to and before that of
Gordon, and the arms of Diijf, by royal
sign manual ; b. 8 April 1772, m., 10 Feb.
1810, Caroline, youngest da. of sir George
Cornewall, bart., and had issue,

1. Sir Alexaxder-Corn'ewall, 3d bart.

2. Cosmo-Lewis, b. 22 Feb. 1812.

3. Georgiana-Catherine.

4. Alicia-Frances.

Sir William d. 8 March 1823, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

III. Sir ALEXANDER-CORNEWALL,
present bart.

Arms — See Plate 44. Quarterly, 1st and
4th, Gordon, azure, three boars' heads
couped, within a double tressure, composed
of fleurs-de-lis and roses alternately, or ; 2d
and 3d, Duff, vert, a fess dancette, ermine,
between a buck's head caboshed in chief,
and, in base two escallops, or.

Crests — 1. Gordon, two arms from the
shoulder naked, holding a bow and ready
to let fly an arrow, all proper. 2. Duff, a
demi-lion, gules, in the dexter paw a sword
erect, proper, pommel and hilt or.

Seat — Crombie, Banffshire.



CLARKE-JERVOISE, of Idsworth Park, co. Southampton.

13 Nov. 1813.
Rev. Sir SAMUEL CLARKE-JERVOISE, Baronet, in Holy Orders.



368



ST. PAUL.



Rector of Blendwonli and Charlton-cura-Idsworth, co. Hants, took the
surname of Jervoise^ in addition to that of Clarke, by royal sign manual,
9 Nov. 1808 ; bor7i 25 Nov. 1770 ; married, 4 Feb. 1799, Elizabeth, 2d da.
of the rev. Nicholas Griffinhoofe, rector of Woodham Mortimer, co. Essex,

and has issue, 1. JERVOISE, b. 28 April 1804, to., 15 June 1829,

Georgiana, da. of Nisbet Thompson, esq., and has issue, 1. Jervoise, b.

1830 ; 2. Henry, b. 1831 ; 2. Samuel, b. 2 Jan. 1808, m., 1830,

Emily-Anne, eldest da. of major-gen. sir Henry Gumming, K.C.B., and
has issue, 1. Harry -Cumming, b. 1832; 2. Archibald^ b. 4 June 1833, d. 9

Feb. 1835 ; 3. Anne, b. 26 Dec. 1799, w., 1st, March 1817, R- William

Grey, of Backworth House, co. Northumberland, esq. ; and, 2dly, 26 Dec.

1827, John-Abel Smith, esq., M.P. ; 4. Elizabeth, b. 25 Feb. 1801,

w., May 1821, sir Charles-Edward Grey, knt., one of the judges of the
supreme court of judicature, Madras, and sometime chief justice at Calcutta ;

5. Harriet-3Iary,6. 12 May 1802, m., 14 July 1831, Neill Malcolm,

esq., eldest son of Neill Malcolm, 'of Poltalloch, Argyleshire, and Lamb

Abbey, Kent ; and 6. Lucy, b. 26 Aug. 1810, m., 23 Jan. 1828, James-

Winter Scott, esq., eldest son of James Scott, of Rotherfield, co. Hants,
esq.



Sir Samuel Clarke, ofWest Bromwich,
CO. Stafford, knt., sheriff of London, and
knighted 14 June 1712, w?.s father of

Samuel, of West Bromwich, who d. 11
May 1767, having m., r> Aug. 1729, Mary-
Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Jervoise, of Her-
riod, CO. Southampton, esq., and had issue,
1. Amie, d. 1802; 2.

Jervoise-Clarke, of Idsworth, M.P.
for the CO. of Southampton, took the name
of Jervoise, by act of parliament, pursuant
to the will of his maternal grandfather,
Thomas Jervoise, of llerriard, m. Kitty,
only da. and h. of Robert Warner, of Bed-
hampton, co. Southampton, esq., d. 1772,
and had issue, 1. Thomas, d. unm. 30 Dec.



1809; 2. Robert, living in 1813, unm.', and 3.

L Sir SAMUEL- CLARKE, created a
bart. as above.

Arms—Hee Plate 44. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, Jervoise, sable a chevron, between
three eaglets close, argent ; 2d and 3d,
Clarke, azure, three escallops in pale, or,
between two flanches, erminois, each charged
with a cross, patee, fitchee, gules.

Crests — 1. Jervoise, an heraldic tiger's
head sable ; 2. Clarke, within a gold rmg,
set with a dimond, proper, a roundle, per
pale, gules and azure, charged with a pheon,
argent.

&ra<— Idsworth Park, Horndean, co. South-
ampton.



ST. PAUL, of EwART Park, co. Northumberland.

17 Nov. 1813.

Sir HORACE-DAVID-CHOLWELL ST. PAUL, Baronet, M.P. for
Bridport, co. Dorset, in 1812, 1818, and 1820, Colonel in the Army, Count
of the Holy Roman Empire, (which title he obtained the royal license to
accept and use in this country, 7 Sept. 1812 ;) born 6 Jan. 1775 ; married,
1803, Anna-Maria, reputed da. of John, viscount Dudley and Ward, and

has issue, 1. Anna-Maria-Charlotte, m., 27 Aug. 1833. the rev.

L. Shafto Orde, son of the late lieut.-gen. Orde, of Weetwood Hall ; 2.

Elizabeth-Katherine ; 3. Frances-Agnes; 4. Jane-Isa-



bella



-5. Anne



and 6. HORACE, b. 29 Dec. 1812.



Thomas Paul, of Coventry, co. War-
wick, esq., m. Sarah, da. of Owen, of

Coventry, and had issue,

Robert, who m. Margaret, da. of

Bennet, of Bromsgrove, co. Worcester,
esq., and had issue,

Samuel, a just ice of the peace for the co.
of Middlesex and city of Westminster, who
d. 1720, having m. Eliza, sole da. and h. of
Thomas Wright, co. Sussex, esq., and by
her (who d. 2(i Dec. 172(i) had issue,

Robkrt, of Ewart, (whose issue, by act
of parliament passed 29 Jan. 17<)H, was au-
thorized to take the name of Saint, in addi-
tion to that of Paul) ; in, Judith, only da.
of Nathaniel Collins, and by her had issue,

1. Horace.

2. Robert, b. 6 Jan. 1738.



3. Elizabeth,?). 1731, m. Charles Petley,
of River-head, co. Kent, esq.

4. Judith, b. 1732, d. unm.

5. Catherine, b, 1(3 July 1734.
C. Mary, b. 11 Sept. 1742.

Horace St. Paul, eldest son, was in the
Austrian service during the seven years'
war, and for his services created, 20 July
1759, a count of the holy Roman empire ;
6. 14 April 1729, m, Anne, only da. of Henry
Weston, of West Horsely Place, co. Surrey,
esq., and d. Ki April 1812, leaving issue,

1. Sir Horack-David-Cholwell, pre-
sent bart.

2. IIenby-Heneage, d. unm. Oct. 1820.

3. Charles-Maximilian, b. 27 Feb.
1785.

4. Charlotte, d. an infant.



DENYS.— YOUNG.



36'9



5. Anna-Maria, b. 1/82.

I. Sir HORACE-DAVID-CHOLWELL,
the eldest son, was created a bart. as above,
with remainder, in default of heirs male of
his body, to his brothers Henry and
Charles.

Ar)n<i—See Plate 45. Quarterly: 1st, an
eagle displayed, sable ; 2d, divided in three
compartments; on the 1st, azure, three
lions rampant, or; 2d, azure, a lion ram-
pant, argent; 3d, gules on a cross, argent,
9 billets, sable; 3d quarter, per pale, or and
sable, a bend engrailed, counterchanged ;
4th as the 3d, 5th as the 2d, 6th as the 1st ;
on an escutcheon of pretence, argent, a lion
rampant, double-queued, gules, ducally
crowned, or; for St. Paul.

Crests — Out of a coronet, or, a plume of



feathers, argent and gules alternately ; on
the darter side, out of a coronet, an arrow
in pale with the point downwards, sur-
mounted by two in saltire with the points
upwards, conjoined in the centre with a
riband, azure ; on the .nnister side, out of a
coronet, a demi-griffin, wings elevated,
ducally gorged, all or.

Supporters — On either side, a lion regard-
ant, argent, langued gules, each having be-
tween the paws a tilting spear; from the
dexter, a flag flying, thereon ran eagle dis-
played, sable; from the sinister, a flag ar-
gent, thereon a lion' rampant, double-
queued, gules, and ducally crowned, or.

Motto — Esse qiidm videri.

Seat — Ewart Park, Wooler, co. Northum-
berland.



DENYS, of Stratford Place, London.

23 Nov. 1813.

Sir GEORGE^WILLIAM DENYS, Baronet, Equerry to his R.H. the
Duke of Sussex; born 20 May 1788 ; married, 5 Dec. 1809, Elizabeth, eldest
da. of George Lind, of Stratford Place, co. Middlesex, esq., by whom (who

d. 29 June 1828) he had issue, 1. Charlotte-Augusta, b. 4 Nov.

1810,6^. 5 Jan. 1825 ; 2. GEORGE-WILLIAM, b. 11 Dec. 1811 ;

3. Eliza-Georgiana, b. 3 May, and d. 22 Dec. 1813;— — 4. Anna-
Maria-Margaret, b. 18 June 1814; 5. Montague, b. 25 Oct.

1815; 6. Edward-Leopold, b. 19 Nov. 1817; 7* Juliana-
Louisa, b. 7 Sept. 1820; 8. Francis-Henry, b. 18 Oct. 1821 ;

9. Ellen ; 10. Charles-Fermor, b. 1825, d. 20 April 1826.



Peter Denvs, of Hans Place, co. Mid-
dlesex, and Fremington, co. York, esq.,
high sheriff" co. Northampton, in 1812, d.
27 June 181(3, having m., 21 July 1/87, lady
Charlotte Fermor, only da. of George, 2d
earl of Pomfret, and by her had issue,

1. Sir George-William, present bart.

2. Charles, d. an infant.

3. Anna-Maria-Draycott, b. 12 Aug.
1792, m., 27 Oct. 1825, sir Francis Shuck-
faurgh, bart.

4. Charlotte, b. 24 Dec. 1800, d. unm.



15 July 1815.

I. Sir GEORGE-WILLIAM, only son,
created a bart. as above.

Arms — See Plate 45. Argent, a cross pa-
tonce, gules, between four fleurs-de-lis, vert,
on a chief azure, a greyhound current of the
field.

Crest — A demi-lion erminois, collared
gules, holding between the paws a French
lily slipped, proper.

Motto — Hora e sempre.

Sea«— Easton Neston, co. Northampton.



YOUNG, of Formosa Place, co. Berks.

24 Nov. 1813.

Sir GEORGE YOUNG, Baronet, Commander R.N., born 19 Aug.
1797, succeeded his father, sir Samuel, 14 Dec. 182G.



The rev. George Young, of Bere Regis,
CO. Dorset, m. Eleanor, da. of Joseph
Knowles, of Frocester-Downtain, co. Glou-
cester, esq., and had issue.

Sir George Young, knt., admiral of the
white, b. 18 June 1732, knighted 24 Aug.
1781, m., 1st, Ehzabeth, da. of Samuel Brad-
shaw, of Marlow, 00. Bucks, esq., by whom
(who d. 19 Feb. I'u'J) he had issue,

1. Sir Samuel, 1st bart.

2. George -Forbes- Freeman, lieut.
R.N., d. unm. 1799.

3. Lucia-Maria, d. Feb. 1786.

4. Maria.

Sir George m., 2dly, 11 Nov. 1779, Anne,
da. of William Battle, M.D.,by whom (who
survived him) he had no issue. Sir George
d. 28 June 1810.

I. Sir SAMUEL YOUNG, eldest son,
was created a bart. as above; »»., 28 April
I7O6, Emily, da. of Charles Baring, of Ex-
mouth, e^q., and had issue.



1. Sir George, present bart.

2. Emily, b. 20 Jan. 1800.

3. Charles-Baring, b. 7 Nov. 1801.

4. Henry, b. 10 Oct. 1803, in the civil
service of the East India Company.

5. Horatio-Beauman, b. 24 April 1806.

6. William-Jackson, b. 10 July 1809.

7. Lucia, 6. 19 Jan. 1813.

8. Louisa-Caroline, b. 2 Jan. 1816.

Sir Samuel d. 14 Dec. 1826, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Su: GEORGE, present and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 45. Per fess, sable and
argent, in chief, two lions rampant, guard-
ant; in base an anchor erect, with cable,
all counterchanged.

Crest — A demi-unicorn couped, ermine,
maned, armed, and hoofed, or, gorged with
a naval crown, azure, supporting an anchor
erect, sable.

Seat — Formosa Place, Maidenhead, co,
Beriis.

£3



370



MACDONALD.-WRAXALL.



MACDONALD, of East Sheen, co. Surrey.

27 Nov. 1813.

Sir ARCHIBALD-KEPPEL MACDONALD, Baronet,
succeeded his father, sir James, 29 June 1832.



The baronet is descended from and stands
next to his cousin, lord Macdonald, in the
representation of the very ancient house of
Macdonald, lords of the Isles, a family of
Norwegian origin, and long independent of
the Scottish kings. In the time even of
king Richard II. of England, Duncan Mac
Donald, then lord of the Isles, entered into
a treaty with that monarch on the independ-
ent footing of a sovereign prince. He m.
Margaret Lesley, only da. of Euphemia,
countess of Ross, and assumed the title of
earl of Ross, which was also enjoyed by his
son Alexander, and his grandson John,
which latter was outlawed, and his earldom
forfeited. From Hugh Macdonald, next
brother of John, earl of Ross, descended in
the 6th degree,

Sir Donald Macdonald, of Slate, who
was created a bart. of Nova Scotia, 1639;
and 4th in descent again from him was

Sir Alexander, 7th bart., m. lady Mar-
garet Montgomery, da. of Alexander, 9th
earl of Eglintoun, and had issue, sir James,
8th bart., whorf. !/»m. ; Alexander, creat-
ed, 177<>, baron Macdonald; and

I. The right hon. sir ARCHIBALD, b.
1747, called to the bar; appointed solicitor
general I7ii4, attorney general 1788, and in
1793, lord chief baron of the Exchequer,
which high office he resigned in 1813, and
was created a bart. 27 Nov. in that year;
m., 25 Dec. 1777. lady Louisa Gower, eldest
da. of the 1st marquess of Stafford, K.G.,
and by her (who d. 29 Jan. 1827) had issue,

1. Sir James, 2d bart.

2. Francis, R.N., d. 28 June 1804.



born 1820,



, 1778.



3. Caroline-Margaret, 6.26 Nov.

4. Susan, b. 1780, d. vnm. 1803.

5. Louisa, b. 23 Aug. 1781.

6. Levison, d. Sept. 1792.

7. Caroline-Diana, b. 7 July 1790, >«.,

28 May 1813, the rev. Thomas Randolph,
rector of Hadham, co. Herts.

Sir Archibald d. 18 May 1826, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

II. Sir JAMES, 2d bart., b. 14 Feb. 1784,
sometime clerk to the Privy Seal, and ap-
pointed Lord High Commissioner of the
Ionian islands four weeks previous to his
decease ; m., 1st, Elizabeth, da. of John
Si)arrow, of Bishton, co. Stafford, esq. ;
2dly, 10 Aug. 1819, Sophia, da. of William-
Charles, earl of Albemarle, by whom (who
d. 29 Sept. 1824) he had issue,

1. Sir Archibald-Keppel, 3d bart.

2. Granville, d. Dec 1831, set. 10 years.
Sir James m., 3dly, 20 April 1826, Anne-
Charlotte, da. of the rev. J. S. Ogle, of Kir-
ley Hall, CO. Northumberland, and dying

29 June 1832, was succeeded by has only sur-
viving son,

III. Sir ARCHIBALD KEPPEL, pre-
sent and 3d bart.

Arms— See Plate 45. Quarterly : 1st, ar-
gent, a lion rampant, gules ; 2d, or, a hand
in armour, holdmg a cross crosslet, fitch^,
gules; 3d, or, a row-galley, (or lymphad,)
the sails furled up, sable; 4th, argent, a
salmon naiant in fess, proper.

Ci-est — On a wreath a hand in armour,
holding a cross crosslet, fitch6e, gules.

Motto — Per mare, per terras.

Seat— At East Sheen, co. Surrey.



WRAXALL, of Wraxall, co. Somerset.

21 Dec. 1813.

Sir WILLIAM-IiASCELLES WRAXALL, Baronet, bor?i 5 Sept.
1791, succeeded his father, sir Nathaniel- Wilh'am, Nov. 1831.



Nathaniel Wraxall, of Mayse Hill,
near Bristol, merchant, b. 1687, »'•. 1708,
Anne, da. of John Goddard, of Cork, and
d. 1731, leaving issue by her, (who d. 1764,)

1. Nathaniel.

2. Sarah, m. Joseph Eiles, esq., of Mayse
Hill, and d. 1747-

3. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Dcane, esq.,
and d. 1784.

4. Mary-Anne, m. William Jenkins, of
Shepton Mallet, esq., and d. his widow,
1794.

5. Martha, d. unm.

Nathaniel Wraxall, only son, was also
of Mayse Hill, l>. 1/25, /«., 1749, Anne, da.
of William Tliornhill, of Bristol, es((., and



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