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great niece of sir James Thornhill, knt.,
and d. 1781, leaving issue by her, (who d.

1. Sir Nathaniel-William.

2. Catherine.

.3. Rebecca, ^n. James Robertson, esq.,
capt. in the army, and d. 1786.

son, created a bart. as above ; in the civil
service of the East India Company, judge

advocate and paymaster to the forces on
the exjicdition sent into Guzerat, and
against Baroche in I77I ; b. 8 April 1751, tn.,
30 March 17;!!), Jane, da. of Peter Lascelles,
of Kniglit's House, co. Herts, esq., and had

1. Sir William - Lascelles, present

2. Charles-Edward, in the royal artil-
lery, b. 9 Aug. 1792, m., 1827, miss Matlden,
and has issue,

Charles -Lascelles -Frederic, b. 2 Jan.

3. Emilie-Fannie.

Sir Nathaniel-William d. Nov. 1831, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,

and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 45. Lozengy, erminois
and azure, on a chevron, gules, three cs-
toiles, of eight iioints, or.

Crest — A buck's lH'a<l caboshed and erased,
gules, charged on the breast with two lo-
zenges in fess, and between the attires an
estoile, or.



FOWKE, of LowESEY, co. Leicester.

7 Feb. 1814.

Sir FREDERICK-GUSTAVUS FOWKE, Baronet, Gent, of the Privy
Chamber, born 24 Jan. 1782 ; married^ 12 Oct. 1814, Mary-Anne, sole da.
of the late Anthony Henderson, esq., M.P. for Brackley, and has issue,
1. FREDERICK-THOiMAS, 6.29 June 181G ; 2. Gustavus-

WocLLASTOX, b. 9 April 1818;

Sept. 1819; 4. MARY-SorniA, b. 22 Oct. 1822 ;

3. Anthony-Henderson, 6. 25
5. George-Au-

GUSTUS-FuEDERiCK, b. 12 Aug. 1824, to whom his R. H. the duke of

York stood in person as one of the sponsors ; 6. Laurence-Wool-

LASTON, b. 1 July 1827; 7- Ann-Elizabeth, b. 12 Nov. 1829.

John Fowke, esq., (a junior descendant
of the family of Fowke of Brewood and
Gunston, co. Stafford,) m. Joyce, da. of
Richard March, of Limehouse, esq., master
of the ordnance in the Tower of London,
and keeper of arms and ammunition to
Charles I. and II. ; and in consequence of
that match, (by which he acquired certain
estates in Stepney, co. Middlesex,) settled in
that parish, and was buried there 16 March
1669. He had issue,

1. RoGER-FowKE, of Gunston Hall, esq.,
(which he seems to have acquired by pur-
chase from the elder branch of his family, )
d. iinm. 1698.

2. John ; 3. Richard.

4. Thoaias, the great-grandfather of the
present bart.

5. George.

6. Dorothea, m. Wroth.

7. Sarah ; 8. Mary; 9. Anne.
10. Elizabeth.
Thomas, 4th son, by Mary, his wife, had

an only son,

Thomas, who became a distinguished
military character, d. a lieut.-gen. in the
anny, and was buried in the family vault
at Stepney, having m., 1st, Elizabeth, da.
of sir William Ingoldsby, bart., by v.?hom
he had no issue ; 2dly, Dorothy, da. of
Edward Randall, of Salisbury, co. Wilts,
esq., by whom he had an only son,

Thomas, who was knighted at St. James's,
5 May 1779, and was, hi 1784, appointed '

groom of the bed-chamber to his late royal
highness Henry-Frederick, Duke of Cum-
berland ; he m., 13 Aug. 1772, Anne, 2d da.
andco-h. of sir Isaac WooUaston, of Lowesby
Hall, CO. Leicester, bart., and by her (who
d. 25 Nov. 1803) had issue, four sons and

1. Thomas, h. 9 Dec. 1774, d. 22 Oct.

2. William - WooLLASTON, h. 22 June
1778, d. 27 Nov. 1780.

3. Sir Frederick-Gustavus, created a
bart. as above.

4. Orlando, d. an infant 1784.

5. Henry-Anne, a da., (who received
those names in baptism from her sponsors,
their royal highnesses the late duke and
duchess of Cumberland,) m. col. John-Dick
Burnaby, (3d son of the late rev. dr. Bur-
naby, archdeacon of Leicester, &c.,) late
of the 1st regiment of foot guards.

6. Anne-Woollaston, d. 18 June 1790.

7. Anne-William, rf. 23 Nov. 1785.
Sir Thomas d. 30 Nov. I786.

created a bart. 7 Feb. 1814.

Anns— See Plate 45. Vert, a fleur-de-lis,

Crest — A dexter arm embowed, habited
vert, cuff argent, holding in the hand an
arrow, or, barbed and flighted of the se-
cond, point downwards.

Motto — Anna tuentitr pacem.

Seat — Lowesby Hall, co. Leicester.


21 May 1814.

Sir JOHN-POO BERESFORD, created a Baronet, as above, Vice-Ad-
miral of the White, one of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty,
K.C.B. K.T.S. and M.P. for Chatham ; married., 1st, Mary, da. of captain
Anthony-James Pye IMolloy, R.N., and by her (who (/. in the West Indies,

1813) had issue, 1. GEORGE. Sir John-Poo w., 2dly, 17 Aug. 1815,

Henrietta, youngest da. of Henry Peirse, of Bedale, co. York, esq., (by
Charlotte-Grace, da. of John, 2d lord Monson,) and by her (who d. 28

Feb. 1825) had issue, 2. Henry, b. 27 Sept. 1820; 3. John, b. 28

Sept. 1821; 4. Araminta, b.Ang. 1817, d. 2 Aug. 1818 ; 5. Har-
riet ; G. Charlotte; 7« Georgiana; 8. Mary-Anne.

Arms— See Plate 45. Argent, semee of
cross crosslets, fitchee, three fleurs-de-lis,
two and one, sable, within a bordure, wavy,

Crest— Out of a mural crown, gold, a dra-
gon's head per fess, wavy, azure and gules,

the lower part of the neck transfixed by a
broken tilting spear, and in the mouth the
remaining part of the spear, the point up-
wards, or.
Seat — At Bagnall, co. Waterford.



DOMVILLE, of St. Alban's, co. Herts.

28 July 1814.

Sir WILLIAM DOMVILLE, Baronet, horn 22 March 1774, sue
ceeded his father, sir WilHam, 8 Feb. 1833; married^ 15 Sept. 1807,
Maria, one of the das. of Isaac Solly, late of Waltharnstow, co. Essex, esq.,

and has issue, 1. Maria, b. 7 July 1808, d. 14 June 1822 ; 2. Ann,

b. 17 Sept. 1809, m., 1832, Dr. F. W. Horn, of Bremen ; 3. Sarah, b.

15 Jan. 1811 ; 4. JAMES-GRAHAM, h. 29 June 1812 ; 5. Eli-
zabeth, b. 11 July 1814; 6. Frances, b. 24 Oct. 1815; 7. Wil-
liam-Henry, b. 9 Nov. 1819.

This family is of great antiquity in the
county of Chester, in which county Mat-
thew Domville held the manor of Brun-
Etath as early as the reign of Henry III.
The eldest line of his descendants termi-
nated in an heiress, about the time of Henry
IV. ; but a younger branch continued in
uninterrupted male descent at Lyme, or
Lymme, till the beginning of the 18th

William Domville, 5th son of Peter
Domville, of Lymme Hall, co. Chester, d.
1624, leaving two sons,

1. William, ancestor of the present bart.

2. Gilbert, settled in Ireland, was clerk
of the Hanaper there, and M.P. for Dublin,
m. Mary, da. of Thomas Jones, archbishop
of Dublin, and lord chancellor of Ireland,
and had issue.

Sir William, attorney-general of Ire-
land, &c., m. Bridget, da. of sir Thomas
Lake, of Cannons, co. Middlesex, by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir William, M.P. for Armagh, and
afterwards for Dublin.

2. Sir Thomas, of Templeoge, created a
bart. of Ireland 1686, whose da. m. Christo-
pher Pocklington, of Stutlow, co. Hunts,
esq., ancestor of the present sir Compton-
Charles Pocklington-Domvile, of Temple-
oge, bart. (see that title.)

Charles Domville, son of the rev.
Charles Domville, of Lyme, and grandson
of William, elder brother of Gilbert, was
a citizen and cloth-worker of London, and
d. 1704, leaving issue,

Charles, also of London, and afterwards
of St. Alban's, «»., 1st, Anne, da. of John
Heath, of London ; and, 2dly, Sarah, da.
of the rev. John Cole, archdeacon of St.
Alban's, (by whom he had no issue,) and d.
27 July 1733, leaving issue by his 1st wife,

John, d. withoutissue 17^7* and

Charles, m. Eleanor, da. of William
Carr, esq., alderman of St. Alban's, and d.
27 July 1775, leaving issue by her, (who d. 6
May the same year,)

1. Charles, of Gray's Inn, d. unm, 1794.

2. Elizabeth, rf. t<Mm. 1798 ; 3.

I. Sir WILLIAM, created a bart. as
above, b. 26 Dec. 1742, served the office of
sheriff of London 1804-5, elected alderman
1806, and lord mayor 1813-14. During his
year of mayoralty the city entertained his
R. H. the Prince-Regent, the emperor of
Russia, and king of Prussia, at a splendid
banquet, 18 June 1814 ; m., 20 May 1769,
Sally, da. of Archibald Finney, gent., and
by her (who d. 29 Sept. 1793) had issue, two
sons and five das., of whom only three sur-
vived their infancy.

I. Eleanor ; 2. Elizabeth.

3. Sir William, present bart.

Sir William d. 8 Feb. 1833, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, present and 2d bart.
Arms — See Plate 45. Quarterly : 1st,

azure, a lion rampant, argent, supporting a
sword erect, representing the sword of the
city of London, proper; and (as an augment-
ation) on a chief of the second, three ori-
ental crowns two and one, the points al-
ternately radiated gold, encircled by two
branches of olive, also proper. 2d, azure,
a lion rampant, argent, gorged with a plain
collar, gules. 3d, argent, six lozenges con-
joined in bend sable ; 4th, argent ; five
lozenges conjoined in pale gules.

Crests — 1st, (of augmentation,) out of a
mural crown gules, a demi-lion issuant, ar-
gent, supporting between the paws an es-
cutcheon azure, charged with three crowns
as in the arms ; 2d, two lions' jambs, erased

Motto — Par alma redit.

Seat— At St. Alban's, co. Herts.


29 July 1814.

Sir GEORGE GREY, Baronet, M.P. for Devonport, and late under
Secretary of State for the Colonies, born 11 May 1799; married^ IG Aug.
1827, Anna-Sophia, eldest da. of Henry, lord bishop of Lichfield, and
nephew of Dudley, earl of Harrowby.

(For Sir George's ancestry, see Debrett's

I. Sir GEORGE GREY, bart., (.3d sur-
viving son of Charles, 1st carl Grey,) created
a bart., G.C.B., capt. R.N., and resident
commissioner of Portsmouth dock yard,
marshal in the island of Barbadoes, 6. 10

Oct. 1767, »?., 18 June 1795, Mary, da. of the
late SaiiHU'l Whitbrcad, esq., and sister to
Samuel Whitbread, esq., M.P. for Bedford,
and had issue,

1. Mary, b. 3 April 1796, «?., 26 Nov.
1823, Thomas- M. Mason, capt. R.N.

2. Sir George, present bart.



3. Elizabeth, h. 3 Dec. 180<), and d. 20
Sept. 1818, m. Charles-Noel Noel, afterwards
lord Barham, and d. Oct. 1818.

4. Harriett-Caroline-Augusta, b. 25
Jan. 1802, m., 17 March 1830, rev. John S,

0. Haxnah-Jean, h. 10 Sept. 1803, nu,
2Q Feb. 1828, sir Henry Thompson, bart.,
andd. 12 June 1829.

6. Charlotte, d. June 1814.

7. Jane, b. 20 Oct. 1804, nu, 7 April 1825,

Francis-T. Baring, esq., M.P., eldest son of
sir Thomas Baring, bart.

8. Charles, b. 24 Jan. 1811.
Sir George d. 3 Oct. 1828, and was succeed-
ed bv his son,

II.' Sir GEORGE, present and 2d bart.

Arms— See Plate 45. Gules, a lion ram-
pant, within a bordure engrailed, argent.

Crest — A scaling-ladder, argent.

Motto — De bon vouluir servir le roi.


30 July 1814.

Sir JAMES WYLIE, created a Baronet as above, First Physician to his
Imperial 3Iajesty the Emperor of Russia ; Knight of the Russian Order
of St. Waldemir, Second Class ; St. Anne, First Class ; also a Commander
of the Order of Leopold, of Austria ; of the Red Eagle of Prussia ; and
of I\Ierit, of Bavaria and Wirtemburg ; conferred upon him for his services
during the late campaigns on the continent. Sir James was knighted at
Ascot Heath races 1814, by his R. H. the Prince Regent with the sword
of the Hetman Count PlatofF.

Arms—See Plate 45. Azure, a bend ar-
gent, between a fox, proper, in chief, and in
base two mullets of the 2d, and in honour-
able augmentation, (granted to sir James by
the emperor of Russia, and confirmed by
royal sign manual 1819,) on a chief, or, the
imperial eagle of Russia.

Crest — A cossack mounted, and in the
act of charging at full speed, proper.

Supporters — (Granted by the emperor of
Russia, and confirmed by royal sign manual,
1819) two Russian foot soldiers in the atti-
tude of attention.

Motto — Lahore et scientid.


1 Sept. 1814.

Sir HENRY-MARTIN BLACKWOOD, Baronet, Captain R.N., bom
11 June 1801, succeeded his father, sir Henry, 14 Dec. 1832 ; married^ 19
Aug. 1826, Harriet-Louisa, youngest da. of J. 31. Bulkeley, esq., and has

issue, 1. a SON, b. 7 May 1828; 2. Louisa, d. an infant, 28 Feb.


(For sir HE>fRY's ancestry, see Debretfs

I. The hon. sir HENRY BLACKV»'OOD,
bart., (5th surviving son of sir John Black-
wood, of Ballyliddy, co. Down, bart., by
Dorcas, baroness DufFerin and C laneboye,)
K.C.B., commander-in-chief in the East
Indies, vice-admiral of the blue ; created a
bart. as above; b. 28 Dec. 1770; m., 1st, 12
Jan. 1795, Jane-Mary, 2d da. of Launcelot
Crosbie, of Tubrid, esq., and by her (who
rf. 19 Jan. 1798) had no issue.

Sir Henry m., 2dly, 3 June 179.9, Eliza,
4th da. of Martin VVaghoni,esq., capt. R.N.,
and by her (who d. 30 Oct. 1802) had issue,

1. Sir Henry-Martin, present bart.
Sir Henry w., 3dly, 9 May 1803, Harriet, da.
of Francis Gore, esq., and by her had issue,

2. Arthi'r-Johxstove, b. 7 April 1808, a
clerk in the foreign office, m., 2 March 1830,
Cecilia-Georgina, widow of the late John
Wright, esq., and has issue,

Alice, 6. Dec. 1830.

3. Fraxcis-Price, b. 25 May 1309.

4. Harriet, b. 4 March 1813.

Sir Henry d. 14 Dec. 1832, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir HENRY-MARTIN, present and
2d bart.

Arms— See Plate 46. Argent, a saltire,
sable ; on a chief of the last, three holly-
leaves of the field.

Crest— Out of clouds, proper, a sun in
splendour, or.

Motto — Per vias rectus.

DUNBAR, of BoATH, co. Nairn.

19 Sept. 1814.

Sir JA3IES DUNBAR, Knt., created a Baronet, as above. Captain
R.N., born 12 Feb, 1770, knighted 30 31arch 1810 ; married, 2 Feb. 1814,



Helen,-da. of James Coull, of Ashgrove, co. Elgin, esq., niece to sir Ar-
chibald Dunbar, of Northfield, bart., and cousin to John, viscount Ar-
buthnot, and has issue, 1. Jane, b. 1 Jan. 1815; 2. Helen-Pa-
tricia, b. 12 Aug. 1817; and other issue.

This family is derived from Cospatric,
earl of Northumberland, at the time of the
Conquest ; liis 2d son, also named Cospa-
tric, was earl of Dunbar, in Scotland, 1130,
and from him descended George, 10th earl of
Dunbar and March, d. 1420, leaving, be-
sides his successor, George, 11th earl, and
other issue, a son,

John Dunbar, who m. Marjory Stuart,
da. of king Robert II., and had issue,
Thomas, created earl of Murray, and
Alexander, ancestor of the Dunbars, of

Alexander Dunbar, of Boath, co.
Nairn, esq., (descended from the house of
Westfield,) m. Janet, da. of James Brodie,
of White Hill, co. Elgin, esq., and d. Feb.
1774, leaving issue,

1. Alexander.

2. James, LL.D.,virofessor of philosophy
at Aberdeen, d. tin?n.

3. William, writer to the signet, d. tinni.

4. Magdalen, »h. lieut. Fordyce, R.N.

5. Marjory, m. Alexander Dunbar, of

Alexander Dunbar, eldest son and
heir of Alexander above named, m. Jane,
da. of Alexander Burnett, of Kemney, co.
Aberdeen, esq., and d. 17^3, leaving issue,

1. Alexander, of Boath, d. imm. 29
Sept. 1808.

2. George, M.D., d. unm. in India.

3. Sir James, present bart.

4. William, d. unm. in Jamaica, 11 Oct.

5. Peter, an officer in the East India
Company's service.

6. Helen.

Ai-ms—'Hee Plate 46. Gules, a lion ram-
pant, argent, within a bordure of the last,
charged with eight roses of the first.—A. dexter hand paume, proper,
reaching to two earls' coronets, tied toge-
ther : motto "sub spe"

Seat— At Boath, co. Nairn.


21 Sept. 1814.

Sir WILLIAM-IiEGGE-GEORGE HOSTE, Baronet, born at Rome,
19 March 1818, succeeded his father, sir William, 6 Dec. 1828.

The family of Hoste was anciently a
leading family in Bruges, and it appears by
the Flandria lllustrata of Antonius Sanders
that persons of that name were magis-
trates of that city in the years 1359, 1399,
1405, 1412, 1415.

JAQUES HosTE (son of Jacques Hoste,
governor of Bruges) was settled at Middle-
burgh during the persecution of the Protest-
ants by Philip II. of Spain, and his general,
the duke of Alva ; and was amongst those
inhabitants of the Low Countries who were
thus driven to England, whither he came in
1569. He m. Barbara, da. of Derick Hen-
ricks, and had issue,

Thedorick, otherwise Theodore, other-
wise Derick Hooste or Hoste, ni. Jane, da.
of James Desmarstres, a rich merchant, of
London, and had issue,

James, ni. Elizabeth, da. of Edward Sley,
alderman of London, and had issue,

James, m. Elizabeth, da. of sir Edward
Walpole, K.B., of Houghton, co. Norfolk,
by whom he hail issue,

1. James, ni. Susan, da. of Anthony Ha-
mond, of South Wotton, co. Norfolk, esq.

2. Theodore.

3. William, d. rimn.

4. Anne, m. James Nelthorpe, of Lynford
Hall, CO. Norfolk, esq.

Theodore, 2d son of James, m. Mary
Helmore, of Clenchwarton, co. Norfolk,
and had issue,

1. Tni;oD()RE, d. young, loim,

2. Dixon.

3. William, m. Anno, only child and h.
of Robert (i lover, of Barwick, co. Norfolk,
esq., and d. 17 Sept. 1824, a>t. 71> leaving

1. Derick, of Barwick Hotise, 6. 2 Jan.
1799, m., Nov. 1828, his cousin, Anne,
youngest da. of Dixon Hoste.

2. Louisa-Sophia, h. 11 May 1801.
Dixon, 2d, but eldest surviving son of
Theodore, m. Margaret, da. of Henry Stan-
forth, of Salthouse, co. Norfolk, esq., by
whom he had issue,

1. Marianne, d. Mwm.

2. Margaret-Catherine, d. unm.

3. Theodore-Henry-Dixon, d. unm.

4. Sir William, 1st bart.

5. Sir George-Charles, lieut.-col. royal
engineers, C.B. and K.F.M., gent, usher of
the privy chamber to her majesty, m., 9
July 1812, Mary, only da. of James-Burkin
Burroughes, of Burlingham Hall, co. Nor-
folk, esq., by whom he has issue,

1. George-Charles, b. 9 Sept. 1813.

2. James-William, b. 24 June 1817.

3. Mary, b. 17 Aug. 1820.

4. Jane- Margaret, b. 11 Oct. 1823.
.5. Dixon-Edward, b. 17 March 1827.

6. James, in holy orders, /;. 29 May 1797,
m., 23 Oct. I8I7. Theophila-Elizabeth, eldest
da. of the rev. Richard Turner, minister of
Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, by vvhom he
has issue,

1. Elizabeth-Mary, b. 8 March 1820.

2. Katliarine-Chavlotte, b. 14 Sept. 1821,

3. Theophila, b. 13 Sept. 1822.

4. James-Richard-Philip, b. 15 Feb. 1825.

5. William-Dashwood.b. 17 March l»2().

7. Jane-Sarah, b. 15 July 1792, m., 25
Aug. 1818, Henry-Negus Burroughes, of
Burlingliam Hall, co. Norfolk, esq.

8. Thomas-Edward, a capt. intheroyal
navy, b. 16 Aug. 1/94, d. 27 July 1834.

9. Charles-Fox, b. 1 April 1796, d. 4
Jan. 1812, num.

10. ANNE, b. 23 May 1798, w., Nov. 1828,
her cousin, Derick Hoste, of Barwick House,
CO. Norfolk, esq.

I. Sir WILLIAM, eldest son, created a
bart. as above, in consideration of the dis-



tinguished zeal, courage, and intrepidity
displayed by hi:n on divers important occa-
sions, and more especially off the island of
Lissa, 13 March 1811, when, being senior
ofRcer of a detachment of four frigates, he,
after an arduous and brilliant action of six
hours, com.pletely defeated the combined
French and Italian squadrons of very supe-
rior force, and succeeded in capturing two
of the enemy'* frigates, and destroyed a
third; as well as his able and meritorious
conduct in the capture of the fortress of
Cattaro; and in the operations on the coast
of the Adriatic; captain R.N., K.C.B. and
K.M.T. ; b. 30 Aug. 1780, m., 15 April I8I7,
lady Harriet Walpole, 3d da. of Horatio,
2d earl of Orford, of Wolterton, co. Nor-
folk, and had issue,

1. Sir William-Legge-George, present

2. Theodore-Orford-Raphael, b. at
Lausanne, 21 July 1819.

3. Caroline-Harriet-Clementina, b.
23 Oct. 1820.



5. Priscilla-Anne, &. 20 June 1823.

(i. Wyndham-Horatio-Nelson, b. 2
Feb. 1825.

Sir William d. 6 Dec. 1828, and v-^as suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

present and 2d bart.

Ai-m.i — See Plate-Ki. Abull's head caboshed,
couped at the neck between two wings; and
the following honourable augmentation, in
chief a naval crown, pendent therefrom by
a riband, a representation of the gold medal
given by his royal highness the Prince Re-
gent, for his distinguished conduct on 13
March 1811, subscribed " Lissa."

Crest of honourable augmentation — Out
of a naval crown, the rim encircled with a
branch of laurel, an arm embowed, grasp-
ing a flag-staff, flowing therefrom a flag in-
scribed " Cnttnro."

Crest of the family — Two wings addorsed,

Motto — Fortitudini.

CUYLER, of St. John's Lodge, Welwyn, co. Hants.

29 Oct. 1814.

Sir CHARLES CUYLER, Baronet, Lieut.-Col. of the 69tli foot, born
29 Jan. 1/94, succeeded his father, general sir Cornelius, 8 March 1819 ;
married, G Feb. 1823, Catharine-Frances, da. of the rev. R. Fitzwilliam

Hallifax, and grandda. of the late bishop of St. Asaph, and has issue, ■

1. E3IILY, h. 13 June 1824; 2. CHARLES- HENRY-JOHNES, b.

22 Jan. 1826 ; 3. George-Augustus, b. 19 Jan. 1827.


created a bart. as above, general in the army,
col. 69th foot, and governor of Kinsale, b.
at Albany, North America, 1741, m., 18
Nov. 178(j, Anne, da.* of major Richard
Grant, and by her (who <f. 10 Jan. 1815) had

1. WiLLiAiM, b. 23 July 1787, d. 22 Jan.

2. Sir Charles, present bart.

3. 'Augustus, h. 14 Aug. 17SM3.

4. Anxa-Maria, b. 31 Oct. 1789, m., 6
June 1808, the rev. Samuel-Johnes Knight,
rector of Welwyn, Herts, and of All Hal-
lows Barking, London.

5. Harriet-Fanny, b. 22 May 1799.

6. Eliza, b. 20 Dec. 1801, m., 27 June
1831, rev. Ralph Bemers, youngest son of

archdeacon Bemers.

7. Georgiana, b. 21 Oct. 1805, m., 1 Jan.
1835, rev. I. Croft, of St. Mary's Stoke, co.

Sir Cornelius d. 8 March 1819, and was
succeeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir CHARLES, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 4(i. Per pale, embattled,
gules and azure, an arrow in bend, or,
barbed and flighted, the point upwards,

Cre.3t — On a mural crown, proper, a battle-
axe erect, surmounted by two arrows in
saltire, the points upwards, or, flighted, ar-

Seat — St.

John's Lodge, Welwyn, co.

DALRYMPLE, of High Mark, co. Wigtoun.

6 May 1815.

Sir ADOLPHUS-JOHN DALRYMPLE, Baronet, Lieut.-Col. in the
Army, and Aid-de-camp to his Majesty, born 3 Feb. 1784, succeeded his
fatlie'r, sir Hew-Whitefoord, 9 April 1830 ; married, 23 June 1812, Anne,
da. of sir James Graham, of Kirkstall, bart.

This is a junior branch of the earl of
Stair's family. James, 1st viscovmt Dalrym-
ple, father of the first earl of Stair, had
three younger sons, James, Hew, and David,
who were all created baronets of Nova

Sir Hew above named was created a bart.
1698, m. Marion, da. of sir Robert Hamilton,
of Pressmanton, and had issue,

1. Sir Robert, ancestor of sir John
Dalrymple-Hamilton, of Nonh Berwick,



2. Hew or Hugh, of Drummore, ances-
tor of sir Robert Dalrymple-Horn-Elphin-
stone, created a bart. 10 Jan. 1828.

3. John.

John, 3d son of sir Hew, was capt. in the
Inniskillen dragoons, then commanded by
his cousin, field-marshal the 2d earl Stair,
m. Mai-y, eldest da. of Alexander Ross, of
Balkaile, and d. 19 April 1753, leaving issue
by her (who m., 2dly, sir James-Adolphus
Oughton, K.B., and d. 1793) a son and heir,

I. Sir HEW, a general in the army, and
colonel 57th regt. of foot, created a bart. as
above, b. 3 Dec. 1750, m., Ki May 1783,
Frances, youngest da. and co-li. of general
Francis Leighton, 3d son of sir Edward
Leighton, bart., and had issue,

1. Sir AnoLPH US-John, present bart.

2. Leighton-Cathcart, lieut.-col. C.B.,
b. 5 May 1785, d. 6 June 1820.

3. Charlotte-Elizabeth, b. 24 July
1787, m., 15 May 1816, J.-Chambers White,
capt. R.N., and d. 9 July 1830.

4. Frances-Mary, b. 3 May 1790, m.,
15 June 1811, Edward Fanshawe, esq., major
royal engineers.

5. Araisella-Boyd, b. 22 July 1792, m.,
25 April 1810, James-Richard Dacres, capt.
R.N., andrf. 11 April 1828.

Sir Hew-Whitefoord d. 9 April 1830, and
was succeeded by his only son,

II. Sir ADOLPHUS-JOHN, present and
2d bart.

Arms— See Plate 4G. Or, on a saltire,
azure, between a mullet in chief, gules, and
two water-bougets in the flanks, sable, nine
lozenges of the field.

Ci-est — A rock, proper.

Motto (round the crest) — Firm,

Seat— At High Mark, co. Wigtoun.


6 May 1815.

Sir JOHN HAMILTON, Baronet, Lieut.-Gen. of his Majesty's Forces,
Colonel of the 69th Foot, Governor of Duncannon Fort, Knight Grand
Cross of the Portuguese Military Order of the Tower and Sword, was

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