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citizen of Lonckn, and raised a very great
estate. He m. Julian, da. and co-h. of
V^ illiam Arthur, of Clapliam, co. Somerset,
esq., and had issue 2 sons. Baptist, who
was created Baron Hicks and viscount
Campden 1628, with limitation to his son-
in-law, Edward, baron Noel, ancestor of
the earls of Gainsborough, extinct ; and

Sir Michael, of Beverston, co. Glouces-
ter, who ni. Elizabeth, da. of Gabriel
Coulson, of London, widow of Henry Pur-
vis, of Ruckholts, CO. Essex, esq., and d.
15Aug. Ifil2, leaving

I. Sir WILLIAM, 1st bart., m. 8 Sept.
1R25, Margaret, da. of William, lord Paget,
and had issue 8 children, of whom only 3
survived, viz.

1. Sir William, 2d bart.

2. Sir Michael, knighted by king Charles
I., m. Susan, youngest da. of sir Richard
Howe, knt.,and widow of Samuel-Beaumont
Everard, esq., by whom he had 10 children,
but 2 only survived him,

1. Howe-Hicks, esq., father of the 6th

2. Alice, m. William Somerford, esq.

3. Letitia, w. Arthur Chichester, earl
of Donegal, in Ireland.

Sir William d. 9 Oct. 1G80, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IL Sir WILLIAM, b. Dec. 1629, m.
Martha-Agnes, da. and co-h. of sir Henry
Coningsby, knt., and had issue,

1. Sir Henry, 3d bart.

2. Charles, m. the da. of Con-
ingsby, and rf. in 1762, leaving issue,

1. John-Baptist, who, upon the failure
of the elder branch, became 5th bart.

2- Mary, 7ti. James Darcy, of Sedburgh,
CO. Yorki esq.

3. Margaret, m. Anthony Wharton, of
Gillingwood, co. York.

Sir William rf. 22 April 1703, and was
succeeded by his eldest son,

III. Sir HENRY, m., 1st, Margaret, da.
of sir John Holmes, knt., by whom he had
1 son,

1. Henry, -who d. tinm.

He m., 2dly, Barbara, da. of Joseph John-
son, esq., and left by her 2 sons,

2. Sir Robert, 4th bart.

3. Michael, d. unm. in 1764.

Sir Henry d. 1754, and was succeeded by
his son,

IV. Sir ROBERT, who d. without issue
in 1768, when the title devolved on his

V. Sir JOHN -BAPTIST, before men-
tioned, who rf. 23 Nov. 17.'*2, without issue,
and was succeeded by his 2d cousin,

VI. Sir HOWE (only son of Howe Hicks,
of Whitcombe, esq., only surviving son of
sir Michael Hicks, knt., 2d surviving son
of sir William Hicks, 1st bart.) m. 28 July

1739, Martha, da. of the rev. John Browne,
rector of Coberley, co. Gloucester, by
whom he had,

1. Sir William, 7th bart.

2. MiCHAEL,ofBeverstoneCastle,andWil-
liamstrip Park, co. Gloucester, and Nether-
avon, CO. Wilts, esq., b. 11 April 1760, took
the surname and arms of Beach in addition,
by royal sign manual, 23 June 1790, ni.,
7 Oct." 1779, Henrietta-Maria, only surviving
da. and h. of William Beach, of Netheravon
aforesaid, and d. 5 Jan. 1830, having had

1. Michael-Beach, b. 22 Oct. 1780, m.
1808, Caroline-Jane, da. of William Mount,
of VVasing Place, co. Berks, esq., and d.
27 Sept. I8I7, leaving issue, 1. Sir Mi-
chael-Hicks, present bart. ; 2. William-
Hick.f, b. 19 Nov. 1810; 3. Caroline- Jane.

2. William, of Oakley Hall, co. Hants,
b. 24 July 1783, »w., 1 Feb. 1826, Jane-
Henrietta, da. of John Browne, of Sal-
perton, co. Gloucester, esq., by whom {who
d. 11 Aug. 1831, a-t. 27) he had issue, 1.
William - Witlier - Bramston, b. 25 Dec.
1826; 2. Maiy-Jane, b. 9 Sept. 1828; 3.
Henrietta-Maiia, b. 15 Nov. 1830.

3. Jane-Martha, unm.

3. Martha, w. rev. John Pettat, clerk,
rector of Quennington, co. Gloucester.

4. Alice, m. Thomas Lofield, of Bath,
esq., and d. 4 Jan. 1769.

5. Anne, m. James King, of S"anton, co.
Hereford, esq. and d. 21 March 1774.

Sir Howe d. Aug. 1801, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

VII. Sir WILLIAM, 6. Oct. 1754, nu, 1st,
12 May 1785, Judith, 3d da. and co-h. of
Edw. Whitcombe, of Orletcn, co. Worcester,
esq., by whom (who d. 5 March 1787) he had

1. Howe, b. 13 June 1786, d. 13 June


Sir William /»., 2dly, 7 Oct. 1793, Anne-
Rachel, eldest da. of Thomas-Lobb Chute,
of the Vine, co. Hants, esq., and had issue,

2. Ann-Rachael, h 11 Sept. 1794, m., 16
March 1816, Sir Lambert Cromie, bart., of

Sir William d. 23 Oct. 1834, and was suc-
ceeded bv his great nephew,

and 8th bart.

Arms—See Plate 2. Quarterly 1st and
4th vaire, argent and gules, a canton azure,
charged with a pile gules; Beach: 2d and
3d. Gules, a fess wavy, between three
fleurs-de-lis, or, a crescent for difference.

Crest — A. demi lion rampant argent, du-
cally gorged, or, and holding in the paws an
escutcheon azure charged with a pile, or;
Beach : a buck's head, couped at the neck,
or, gorged with a chaplet of roses, gules;

Sea^— Williamstrip Park, co. Gloucester.

MILL, of Ca3IOTs Court, co. Sussex.
31 Dec. 1G19.

Sir CHARLES IMILL, Baronet, succeeded his father, the rev. sir
Charles, ID July 1/92; married, Jan. 1800, Selina, eldest da. of the late
sir John Morshead of Trenant Park, co. Cornwall, bart.

The family of Mill is of considerable
antiquity in co. Sussex. John Atte Mill
was lord of Gretham, co. Sussex, 39 Ed-
ward III.

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart., was elected a

member for the town of Southampton, in
21 James I., as also in several succeeding
parliaments in the reign of king Charles I.
He w., 1st, Elizabeth, da. of sir George
More, knt., who d. without issue ; and 2dly,



Anne, da. of sir Thomas Fleming, knt.,
lord chief justice of England, by whom he
had issue,

1. John, who was made knight banneret,
by king Charles I., and killed by one Slat-
ford, near Oxford, during his father's life;
m. Philadelphia, da. of Sir Henry Knollys,
knt., comptroller of the household to king
Charles I., and by her (who re-m. Christo-
pher Roper, lord Teynham) had issue.

Sir John, 2d bart.

2. Thomas, m. Catherine, da. and sole h.
of Anthony Mundy, esq.

3. Anthony, d. young.

4. Richard ; 5. Lkvvknor, both d. itnm.

6. Edward, m. Jane, da. of Thomas
Burgess, by whom he had 2 das.

7. George; 8. William, both d. young.

II. Sir JOHN, successor to his grand-
father, m, Margaret, da. of colonel Henry
Sandys, and sister and co-h. of the last lord
Sandys, of the Vine, and d. 1670, leaving by
her an only son,

III. Sir JOHN, his successor, m. Mar-
garet, da. and h. of Thomas Grey, of Wol-
beding, co. Sussex, esq., by whom he had,

1. Sir John, 4th bart.

2. Sir Richard, 5th bart.

3. Margaret, m. Robert Knollys, esq.

4. Mary, d. unm.

5. Elizabeth, iti. sir Thomas Hoby,

6. Philadelphia.

IV. Sir JOHN, succeeded his father, but
d. unm., was succeeded by his brother,

V. Sir RICHARD, m. Margaret, eldest
da. of Robert Knollys, of Grove Place, co.
Southampton, esq., by whom (who d, 11
Oct. 1744) he had,

1. Sir Richard.

2. Sir John.

3. Sir Henry.

4. Sir Charles, successive barts.

5. Margaret; 6. Philadelphia.
7. Elizabeth ; 8. Mary.

9. Martha, m. William Dodsworth, esq.
He d. 16 May 1760, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

VI. Sir RICHARD, m., Aug. 17G0, Doro-
thy, da. and h. of Richard Warren, of Red-
cliff, CO. Somerset, esq., and by her (who
d. June 1811) had 2 das.

1. Henrietta, rf. ?<w»i.

2. Sophia, »j. the chevaher Delia Cainea,
a Neapolitan nobleman.

Sir Richard d. 17 March 1770, and was
succeeded by his brother,

VII. Sir JOHN, b. 1719; who assumed
the surname and arms of Hoby in addition,
in compliance with the will of his cousin.
Sir Philip Hoby, bart. ; ;h. Elizabeth, da.

of Comyn, but dying s.p. July 17W»,

was succeeded by his next brother,

VIII. The rev. sir HENRY, 6. 1720, rec-
tor of Woolbeding and Kingston Bowsey,
who also d. without issue, Nov. 1781, and
was succeeded by his last surviving brother,

IX. The rev. sir CHARLES, LL.B. 6.

1722, m. Mary, da. of , and by her

(v/ho d. 1800) had issue.

Sir Charles, present bart.
Sir Charles d. 19 July 1 792, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

X. Sir CHARLES, present bart.

Arms See Plate 2. Party per fess,

argent and sable, a pale counter-changed,
and three bears, saliant, two and one, of the
second, muzzled and chained, or.

Crest — A demi-bear, as in the arms.

Motto — Aides Die\i.

Stfrt^A— Mottisfont and Newton Berry,
both CO. Hants.

FOULIS, of Inglebv Manor, co. York.

6 Feb. 1G19.

Sir WILLIAM FOUIjIS, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir William, in
1802; born 1790; married, 11 May 1825, JMary-Jane, 2d da. of the late
sir Charles Ross, of Balnagowan, N. B., bart., by lady Mary, his wife,
sister of the duke of Leiiister ; and has Maiiv, b. 19 IMay 1826*.

I. Sir DAVID, 3d son of James Foulis,
being in great favour with king James I.,
accompanied him into England, and was
knighted 13 May 1(J03, and had afterwards
the dignity of bart. conferred upon him.
He v/as coit'erer to prince Henry, eldest son
of king James, and, after his decease, he
bore the same office under prince Charles,
afterwards king Charles I. He was made
one of his majesty's council for the north-
ern parts, and custos rotulorum and deputy
lieutenant for the north riding, co. Yovli.;
but as he appealed with some zeal, in 1()32,
against the commission which was issued to
compel gentlemen to compound for not
having taken the honour of knighthood, to
which they were obliged by an obsolete law,
he, and his eldest son, Henry, were cen-
sured for it in the court of Star-chamber in
1(J33. Sir David was declared incapable of
all the offices and places which he held, was
committed prisoner to the Fleet during his
majesty's ])leasure, fined db'Soou to the
king, and ^^^'301)0 to Lord Wentworth; for
the payment of which fines he was com-
pelled to sell part of his estate. His son
and heir, Henry, was also committed pri-
soner to the Fleet during his majesty's plea-

sure, and fined ,-£51 iO. Sir David m. Cor-
delia, da. of William Fleetwood, esq., Ser-
jeant at law, and recorder of London, in
the reign of queen Elizabeth, by whom he
had issue,

1. Henry, 2d bart.

2. Robert; 3. John; 4. Edward; and
5. Wii/LiAM ; who all d. without issue.

6. Anne, m. George Purvis, M.D.

7. Elizabeth, d. ?<«w.

Sir David d. in 1(342, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

11. Sir HENRY, m. Mary, eldest da. of
sir Thomas Clayton, of Sexhowe, co. York,
knt., by whom he had issue,

1. David, 3d bart.

2. Henry, fellow of Lincoln College, Ox-
ford, author of several works on divinity,
d. 23 Dec. I(i(i9.

3. Edwakd.

4. Thomas, who was a capt. R.N., and
lost his life in the Dutch wars, in the reign
of Ch tries H. He left 2 sons and 1 da., who
all d. without issue.

.5. Cordelia.

6. Mary, m. Robert Shafto, of Benwe),
CO. Northumberland, esq.

7. Catharine, m, sir Ralph Cole, of



Brancepeth Castle, co. Durham, bart.

8. Elizabeth, rf. inim.

III. Sir DAVID succeeded his father,
and m. Catharine, eldest da. of sir David
Watkins, knt., and had issue,

I. David; 2. Henry, both rf. young.

3. Sir William, 4th bart.

4. Thomas; 5. Charles; 6. John, all
d. without issue.

7. Honor, ni. William, eldest son of sir
Edward Chaloner, of Gisborough, co. York,

8. Mary, m. William Turner, esq.

9., m. John Rudd, esq.

10. AxNE, m. sir Reginald Graham, of
Norton Conyers, co. York, bart.

II. Jane.

Sir David served in parliament for North-
allerton in the ist year of king James II.,
and d. 13 March l(i94. He was succeeded
bv his eldest surviving son,

'IV. Sir WILLIAM, m. Anne, da. of John
Lawrence, of Westmoreland, esq., widow
of sir Lumley Robinson, bart., leaving an
only son, and d. Oct. 1741.

V. Sir WILLIAM, successor to his father,
m. in 1721, Mildred, eldest da. of Henry,
2d viscount Downe, in Ireland, by whom he

1. Sir William, 6th bart.

2. Mildred.

3. AxNE, 711., 1776, to William Preston,

4. Catharine, m. Robert Jubb.

5. Mary-, m. Boynton Langley, of Wyke-
ham Abbey, co. York, esq.

Sir William rf. in 175G, and was succeeded
by his onlv son,

VI. Sir" WILLIAM, m., 1758, Hannah,

only da. of John Robinson, of Buckton, co.
York, esq., and by her {who d. 1812) had

1. Sir William, 7th bart.

2. John-Robinson, m., 16 Nov. 1795,
Beatrice-Hester-Decima, eldest da. of sir
Christopher Sykes, of Sledmere, co. York,
bart., and d. 29 April 182G, having had issue,

1. John-Robinson ; 2. Mark.
3. Hannah; 4. Elizabeth ; 5. Beatrix,
6. Lucy.
Sir William d. Feb. 1780, and was suc-
ceeded bv his eldest son,

VII. Sir WILLIAM 7«. July 1789, Mary-
Anne, 2d da. of Edmund Turnerj of Panton
House, CO. Lincoln, esq., by whom (who d.
18 Oct. 1P31, xU 69) he had issue,

1. Sir William, present bart.

2. Hannah, m., Nov. 1815, rev. Danson-
Richardson Currer.

3. Mary-Anne, m., 22 Jan. 1822, sirTat-
ton Sykes, bart.

4. Catherine, d. 28 April 1810.

5. Sophia-Frances, ni., 21 Aug. 1823,
Philip-Pauncefort Duncombe, esq., of In-
gleby Manor, co. York.

6. Henry-.

Sir William was high sheriff of York
1802, and d. in the same year, was succeeded
by his son,

VIII. Sir WILLIAM, present bart.
Arms—See Plate 2. Argent, three laurel

or bay leaves, erect, proper.

Crest — Out of a crescent, argent, a cross
forme fitche, sablo; also a demi unicorn,
winged, has been sometimes borne.

Seat — Ingleby Manor, liear Stokesley, in
Cleveland, co. York.

BERNEY, of Paukhall, in Reedham, co. Norfolk.

5 May 1620.

Sir HANSON BERNEY, Baronet, born Dec. I78O, succeeded his father,
sir John, late Bart., 4 Sept. 1825 ; married^ April 1811, Anne, eldest da.
of Henry Tahourdin, of Sydenham, co. Kent, esq.

This family took their name from the
town of Berney, near Waisingham, co. Nor-
folk, where they were seated at the time of
the Conquest.

I. Sir RICHARD, created a baronet,
5 May 1620 ; m. Anne, da. of Michael Small-
page, and had issue,

1. Sir Thomas, 2d bart.

2. Richard, m. and had issue.

3. John, vi. and left issue.

4. William, wi. and left issue.

5. Henry, d. iinm.

Sir Richard d. 1668, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

II. Sir THOMAS, m. 1st, ; and

2dly, Sarah, da. of Thomas Tyrrel, esq. by
whom he had issue,

1. Sir Richard, 3d bart.

2. John, m. Phillippa, da. of Thomas
Browne, esq., and, besides other children,
left Thomas, recorder of Lvnm Regis, who
m. Julian, da. of Sir Richard Berney, of
Kirby, bart. hereafter mentioned, by whom
he had 2 sons, Thomas and Richard, both
of Lynn.

3. William, rector of Stokes by and
Westwick, m. Mary, da. of Henry Harcock,
and had 1 son,

William, rector of Newton Flotman,
CO. Norfolk, who m. Dorothy, another da.
of the said sir Richard Berney, bart. by
whom he had several children, of whom

Richard, eldest son and heir, was rector

of Westwick.

Sir Thomas d. 1693, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

IIL Sir RICHARD, wj. Dorothy, da. of
William Branthwayte, esq., and "had, be-
sides other issue,

1. Sir Richard, 4th bart.

2. Sir Thomas, 5th bavt.

3. Robert, who resided several years
and d. in Barbadoes.

4. John, D.D. one of his majesty's chap-
lains in ordinary, archdeacon of Norwich,
rector of Saxlingham and Hethersett, ; m.
the eldest da. and one of the co-heiresses of
John Barnes, D.D., dean of Norwich, by
whom he had no issue.

Sir Richard rf. 17U6, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

IV. Sir RICHARD, d. num. 17IO, and
was succeeded by his brother,

V. Sir THOMAS, w. Elizabeth, only da.
and h. of Simon Folkes, esq. (by Elizabeth,
da. and co-h. of Samuel Hanson, of the
island of Barbadoes, esq.) and had is-

1. Sir Hanson, 6th bart.

2. Richard, rectorof Stokesby andBram-
ston, who d. Dec. 1794.

Sir Thomas rf. 1742, and was succeeded by
his son,

VI. Sir HANSON, m. Catharine, da. and



h. of William Woolball, of London, esq.,
who rf. in 17!*2, by whom he had,

1. Sir John, 7tli bart.

2. Elizabeth; 3. Catharine.

Sir John d. 27 Jan. 177^. and was suc-
ceeded bv his son,

VII. sir JOHN, m., 9 Sept. 1779, Hen-
rietta, da. of George, 1st earl of Aber-
{;avenny, by whom (who d. 1833) he had

1. Sir Hanson, present and 8th bart.

2. John, commander R.N., b. 1782.

3. Hknry, 6. 1785.

4. Georgr; .5. Elizabeth.

6. Mary-Anne.
Sir John d. 4 Sept. 1825, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

VIII. Sir HANSON, present bart.

Arms— See Plate 2. Quarterly, gules and
azure, a cross, engrailed, ermine.

Crest — On a wreath, argent and gules, a
plume of six ostrich feathers, alternately
azure and gules.

Motto — Nil temere neque timore.

Seat — At Kirkby Bedon, co Norfolk.

BISSHOPP, of Parham, co. Sussex.


Sir CECIL-AUGUSTUS BISSHOPP, Baronet, born 6 July 1821, sue
ceeded his father, sir George, 22 March J JJ34.

ham, CO. Sussex, 6. 1549, and some time
M.P. for Gatton, was created a bart. as
above, m. Jane, da. of sir Richard Weston,
of Sutton, CO. Surrey, and had issue, be-
sides Thomas and Henry, who rf. unm.,

1. Sir Edward, 2d bart.

2. Elizabeth, m. sii John Gresham, of
Titsey, co. Surrey, knt.

3. FiiANCES, m. John Alford, of Offing-
ton, Sussex.

Sir Thomas d. 1626, and was succeeded by
his son,

II. Sir EDWARD, 2d bart., m. Mary,
da. of Nicholas Tufton, earl of Thanet,
and left, besides other children who d.
young and unm.,

1. Sir Cecil, 3d bart.

2. Frances, m. sir George Warburton,
of Arley, bart.

3. Diana, m. sir Henry Goring, bart.

4. Christian, m. sir Thomas Cobb, bart.
Sir Edward was succeeded by his son,

III. Sir CECIL, 3d bart., m. Anne, da.
and h. of George Berry, of Cullum, co.
Oxon, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Cecil, 4th bart.

2. Sarah, m. sir Richard Newdigate,

3. Cristian, »). sir Thomas Fagg, bart.

4. Mary, m. Thomas Mannock, esq.

Sir Cecil d. 3 June 1705, and was succeeded
by his son,

IV. Sir CECIL, 4th bart., w. Elizabeth,
da. and h. of Henry Dunch, of Newington,
CO. Oxon, esq., and by her (who d. 2 Nov.
1739) had issue,

1. Sir Cecil, 5th bart.

2. Henry; 3. Charles.

4. James, d. wan. in Flanders, 1755.

5. John.

6. Mary, m. John, 7th lord Dormer.

Sir Cecil d. Oct. 1725, and was succeeded by
his son,

V. Sir CECIL, 5th bart., to. 17^6, Anne,
da. of Hugh Hoscawcn, 2d viscount Fal-
mouth, and by her (who d. May 1741) had

1. Sir Cecil, 6th bart.

2. Thokias, col. in the army, d. unm.

3. Edward, clerk of the treasury, and
afterwards commissioner of the salt tax, ?>?.
Jane, da. of William Atkinson, of Pall
Mall, esq., (vvhori"-)». the rev. Lucius Cogh-
lan, D.D., and d. his widow lU April 1834)
and d. 1792, leaving one son,

Sir George, 8th bart.

4. Annk, m. the hon. Robert Brudencll.

5. Charlotte, m, sir William Maynard,

6. Frances, m. sir George Warren, bart.
and K.B.

7. Harriett, to., 1st, Thomas Drum-
mer, esq., and 2dly, Nathaniel Dance, esq.

8. Catherine, m., 1st, sir Charles Cope,
bart., and 2dly, Charles, 1st earl of Liver-

Sir Cecil, d. 1778, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

VI. Sir CECIL, 6th bart., m. Susan, eld-
est da. of John Hedges, esq., and by her
(who d. 1791) had issue,

1. Sir Cecil, 7th bart.

2. Hugh, d. s.p.

Sir Cecil d. Sept. 1779, and was succeeded
by his son,

VII. Sir CECIL, 7th bart., who was, in
1815, summoned to parliament as baron
Zouche, {see Debrett's Peeraf^e,) to. Harriet-
Anne, da. and h. of William Southwell, of
Frampton, co. Gloucester, esq., and had

1. Cecil, col. in the army, m., 6 April
1805, Charlotte-Barbara, da. of George, 2d
marquess Townshend, and was killed in
North America, s.p., 11 July 1813.

2. Charles-Cecil, R.N., d. unm, 10
May 18(»8.

3. Harriett-Anne, now baroness
Zouche, {see that title in Debrett's Peerage.)

4. Catharine-Annabella, b. 1 Dec.
1791, m., Aug. 1826, George-Richard Pechell,
esq., capt. R.N., brother of sir Samuel-
Brooke I'echell, bart.

Lord Zouche dying without male issue
surviving, 11 Nov. 1828, the baronetcy de-
volved on his cousin,

VIII. Sir GEORGE, in holy orders, dean
of Lismore, and archdeacon of Aghadoe, b.
5 July 1791, m., 17 May 1820, Catherine-
Elizabeth, da. of Andrew Sproule, esq.,
cai)t. R.N., by whom (who d. 16 Dec. 1832)
he liad issue,

1. Sir Cecil-Adcuisti's, present bart.

2. George-Ci'Rzon, b. 10 April 1823.

3. Edward-Cecil, b. 23 Feb. 182().

4. Haiiriet-Arabella, /*. 6 July 1821.
.5. Jane-Annabella, b. 20 April 1824, d.


6. (ATnERTNE-MARY, b. 10 Dec. I827.
Sir George d. 22 INIarch 1834, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IX. Sir CECIL-AUGUSTUS, present and
9th bart.

Arms— See Plate 2. Argent, on a bend
coltised gules, three bezants.



Crest— On a ducal coronet, a grifBn se-
greant argent, resting the fore paws on an

escutcheon also argent.
Motto — Pro Deo et Ecclesia.

VINCENT, of Stoke D'Abernox, co. Surrey.
26 July 1020.

Sir FRANCIS VINCENT, Baronet, succeeded his father, sir Francis,
17 Jan. 1808; 31. P. for St. Alban's ; married, 10 May 1824, Augusta-

Elizabeth, only child of the hon. Charles Herbert,
first earl of Carnarvon.

R.N., 2d son of the

The family of Vincent appears to have
been seated at Swinford, co. Leicester, as
early as temp. Edvv. III., and afterwards be-
came possessed by marriage of Bernake in the
same countv. In the reign of queen Eliza-
beth, Thomas Vincent, esq., father of the
1st bart., marrying Jane, only da. and h. of
Thomas Lvfield, of Stoke Dabernon, esq.,
became possessed of that estate which has
ever since been the principal residence of
the family.

I. Sir FRANCIS, 1st bart., was M.P. for
CO. Surrey, in the 1st parliament of king
Charles I., nu, 1st, Sarah, da. of sir Amias
Paulet, governor of Guernsey and Jersey ;
2dly, Mary, da. of sir Heni-y Archer, knt. ;
and 3dlv, 'Eleanor, da. and h. of Robert
Mallett," esq., and widow of sir Arthur
Acland, knt. ; by his 2d and 3d wives he
had no issue, but by his 1st he had, besides
several sons who d. without issue, 2 das.,
Elizabeth, m. John Acland, esq., and
Margaret, m. sir Francis Gabell, knt.,
and a son and successor,

II. Sir ANTHONY, 6. 1594, suffered with
other loyalists in the civil wars; m. Eliza-
beth, da. of sir Arthur Acland, knt., and
was succeeded by his son,

III. Sir FRANCIS, who was member for
Dover in the long parliament of Charles II.,
and m., 1st, Catherine, da. of George Pitt,
esq., sergeant -at -law, by whom he had

1. Sir Anthony, 4th bart.

2. Sir Francis, 5th bart.

3. Arthl'R, d. without issue.

4. Catherine, and 5. Elizabeth, who
both d. unm.

He m., 2dly, Ehzabeth, da. of sir Henry
Vane, knt., and by her had,

6. Thomas, m., 1st, Margaret, da. and
heiress of WiUiam Black ; 2dly, Mary, da.
of Sir Arthur Onslow, bart., and relict of
Sir Robert Reeve, bart., by whom he had
no issue.

7. Henry, d. in the wars in Spain, with-
out issue.

8. Elizabeth, wife of Philip Hildyard,

9. Frances, who d. unm.

Sir Francis was succeeded by his eldest

IV. Sir ANTHONY, m. Anne, da. of sir
James Austen, knt., and left only a da.,

Catharine, m. the Rev. Dr. Warren.
Whereupon the title and estate devolved
on his brother,

V. Sir FRANCIS, who was elected one of
the knights co. Surrey in 2 parliaments ; m.
Rebecca, da. of Mr. Jonathan Ashe, by
whom he had issue,

I. Anthony; 2. Francis;

3. Thomas; all rf. young.

4. Sir Henry, 6th bart.

5. Richard.

6. William, to. the da. of the Rev. Dr.
Warren, and left issue, Wilham, Arthur,

Diana, and Catherine.

7. Catherine, to. George Phipps, esq.

8. Frances, m. William Ward.

9. Elizabeth, to. the Rev. John Butter-

10. Anne, d. young.

Sir Francis rf. lo Feb. 1736, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

VI. Sir HENRY, who, in 1727-8, was
elected member of parliament for Guildford:
m. Elizabeth, da. of Bezaliel Sherman, esq.,
and had, besides other children, who rf.

1. Sir Francis, 7th bart.

2. Thomas, who rf. at Oxford, 1740.

3. Elizabeth, rf. 25 May 1759, unm.

4. Hester, m. John Smyth de Burgh,
11th earl of Clanricarde, of Ireland, and rf.
his widow 29 Dec. 1804.

5. Sarah.

Sir Henry rf. 20 Jan. 1757, aged 70, and
was succeeded by his only son,

VII. Sir FRANCIS, m., 1st, Elizabeth,
da. and h. of Mr. David Kilmaine ; and
by her (who rf. 1744) had no issue; 2dly,
]\iary, da. of lieutenant-general Thomas
Howard, and by her (who rf. 16 Aug. 1757)
he had issue,

1. Sir Francis, 8th bart.

2. Hknry-Dormeb, to. Isabella, da. of
the hon. Felton Hervey, 8th son of John, 1st
earl of Bristol, and rf. 22 May 18a3, aet. 83,
having had issue, William, rf. an infant ;
Henry ; and Frederick.

3. George; 4. Thomas, both rf. young.
5. Mary, m., 1775, Neal Prunrose, earl

ofRoseberry, K.T.

Sir Francis ?«., 3dly, Mary, da. and co-h.
of Sir John Astley, bart., and relict of An-

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