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5. Mary-Sophia.

Sir Anthony rf. 3 Nov. 1823, and was suc-
ceeded by his grandson,

II. Sir CHARLES-HENRY, 2d bart., b.
26 Sept. 1/94, d. s.p. 1823, was succeeded by
his uncle,

III. Sir HENRV-MATURIN, 3d bait.,
major in the army, m., 1st, Clarissa Claring-
bold, by whom he had no issue, 2dly, Laura-
Maria, da. of Charles Bromley, of Madras,
esq., by whom (who d. 1808) he had issue,

1. Laira-Maria.

Sir Henry w., 3dly, Jane, da. of Roger Cur-
ry, esq., by whom (who d. Oct. 1828) he had

2. Sir Henry-Anthony, present bart.

3. Edward-Holmes.

4. Jane ; 5. Mary.

6. Margaret.
Sir Henry m., 4thly, 6 Feb. ia'?4, Susanna,
da. of Robert Kakewich, of Banry Place,
Heavitree, co. Devon, esq.

Sir Henry-Maturin d. 4 Oct. 1834, and
was succeeded by his eldest son,

IV. Sir HENRY-ANTHONY, present
and 4th bart.

Arms — See Plate 49. Ermine, on a chev-
ron, gules, between three leopards' faces,
sable, as many bombs, or, fired, proper.

Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a dra-
gon, wings elevated, tail noiced, vert, be-
zanty ; gorged with a mural crown, argent,
and chain reflexed over the back, or, the
body charged with two galtraps, fesswise
of the last.

Motto — Le bon temps viendra.

3 Dec. 1818.

Sir HENRY VERNEY, (late Calvert,) Baronet, M.P.for Bticking-
ham; born 8 Dec. 1801, succeeded his father, Sir Harry, 3 Sept. 1826:
took the surname of Verney only, and the arms of Verney quarterly with
those of Calvert, by royal sign manvial, 23 March 1827.

This family descends from a Mr. Cal-
verd, who was minister of Andover, coi
Hants, towards the end of the 16th century,
and was father of

Felix Calvert, of Little Hadham, co.
Herts, b. 1596, m. Susan or Elizabeth Betts,
of Colchester, and d. 1G74, leaving, besides
other issue,

1. Felix, of Albury Hall, whose grand-
son, sir William Calvert, knt., LL.D., was
M. P. for London, 1742 and 1747; sheriff of
that city 1744, and lord mayor 1749, and d.
s.p. 1767. Felix Calvert, esq., next brother
of sir William, was grandfather of Nicolson
Calvert, of Hunsdon, co. Herts, esq., M.P.
for Hertford.

2. Peter, of Nine Ashes, m. and left
issue. His issue male became extinct on
the death of George Calvert, of the Cold-
stream guards, esq., 1821.

3. Thomas, immediate ancestor of the

Thomas, 3d son, was of London, ???. Anne,
da. of William Ambrose, and d. 1668, leav-
ing a son and heir,

Felix, of Albury Hall, and of Marcham,
CO. Berks, esq.; M.P. for Reading; m.
Mary, da. of sir Francis Winnington, bart.,
and d. 1736, leaving, besides other issue, a
son and heir,

Felix, of Albury Hall, m. his cousin,
Mary, da. of Felix Calvert, of Nine Ashes,
abovenamed, and d. 1755, leaving, besides
other issue,

1. John, of Albury Hall, M.P. for Hert-
ford, m., 1757> Elizabeth, da. of sir Edward
Hulse, and d. 18U4, leaving issue, 1. John,
of Albury Hall, sometime secretary to the
lord chamberlain ; 2. Edward, b. 1759, m.,
but d. s.p. 1825.

2. Felix, of London, m. Rebecca Bayley,

and d. 1764, leaving issue by her, who re-m.
sir Velverton Peyton j bart.j a son, Thomas,
in the East India Company's service, m.
and has issue.

3. Peter, father of the 1st bart.

Peter, 3d son of Felix, was of Hampton
Court Palace, m., 8 July 1762, Mary, da. of

Reeves, M.D., and by her (who d.

18(10) had an only son,

I. Sir HARRY, a gen. in the army, col.
of the 14th foot, lieut.-gov. of Chelsea hos-
pital, adjutant-gen. of the forces, andG.C.B.,
w., 8 June 1/99, Caroline, 2d da. of Thomas
Hammersley, of Pall Mall, esq., and had

1. Sir Henry, 2d bart.

2. Frederick, 6. 9 June 1806.

3. Mary, 6. 18 April ISW, ?n., 24 July
1827, the rev. John W. Cunningham, vicar
of Harrow.

4. Emily-Caroline, 6. 30 June 1803.

5. Frances-Axne, b. 10 Sept. 1804, m.,
12 July 1826, Abel Smith, of Woodhall, co.
Herts, esq., M. P., nephew to lord Carring-

Sir Harry d. 3 Sept. 1826, and was suc-
ceeded bv his son,

II. Sir" HENRY, present and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 49. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, Verney, azure, on a cross argent fim-
briated or, five mullets gules; 2d and 3d,
Calvert, paly of six, erminois and pcean,
a bend engrailed counterchanged.

Crests— \st, Verney, a demi-phcenix in
flames, proper, charged with five mullets,
in cross or, and looking at rays of the sun ;
2d, Calvkrt, out of a mural coronet, ar-
gent, two spears, erect, therefrom two pen-
nons flowing towards the dexter, one ermi*
nois, the other pcean.

Motto — Servata fides cineri.



GORDON, of Niton, in the Isle of Wight.

5 Dec. 1818.

Right hon. sir JAMES-WILLOUGHBY GORDON, P.C., G.C.B., and
G.C.H., created a Baronet as above, Lieut. -General in the Army, Colonel
of the 23d Regt. of Foot, and Quarter-Master-General of the Forces ; born
21 Oct. 1772; married^ 15 Oct. 1805, Julia-Levina, da. of Richard-Henry-
Alexander Bennet, esq., of Beckenham, co. Kent, and has issue, 1.

HENRY-PERCY, b. 21 Oct. 1806 ; 2. Julia-Emily, 6. 13 Oct.


Francis Grant, esq., capt. R.N., took
the surname of Gordon, by royal sign ma-
nual, 17(itf, pursuant to the will of his ma-
ternal uncle, James Gordon, of Moor Place,
CO. Herts, esq.; m., 18 Sept. 1770, Mary, da.
of sir Thomas, and sister and co-h. of sir
Willoughby Aston, barts., and d. in Antigua,
11 Sept. 1803, leaving issue, a son and heir,

a bart. as above.

Arms—See Plate 49. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, azure, a rose argent, between three
boars' heads two and one, or, for Gordon ;

2d and 3d, gules, a tilting spear in fess be-
tween three ancient crowns or, for Grant ;
the whole within a bordure embattled quar-
terly argent and or.

Crest — Out ot a mural crown argent, a
dexter arm embowed in armour proper, the
hand grasping a scimitar transpiercing a
boar's head erased or.

Supporters— (GxaxiteA by royal warrant
1832) dexter, an eagle proper; sinister, a
stork, also proper.

Motto — Animo, non astutid.

Seat— At Niton; in the Isle of Wight.

BATHURST-HERVEY, of Lainston, co. Southampton.

7 Dec. 1818.

Sir FREDERICK BATHURST-HERVEY, Baronet, 5om June 1807,
succeeded his father, sir Frederick-Anne, 30 Sept. 1824; married, 14 May
1832, Louisa-Mary, eldest da. of Walter Smythe, of Brambridge, Hants,

esq., deceased, and niece of Mrs. Fitzherbert, and has issue, a SON

and heir, b. 13 March 1833.

The hon. Felton Hervey, 8th son of
John, 1st earl of Bristol, b. Feb. 1711-12,
m. Dorothy, da. of Solomon Ashley, esq.,
and by her (who d. 8 Nov. 1761) had, among
other issue,

Felton-Lionel Hervev, esq., m., 2
March 1779, Selina, only da. and sole h. of
sir John Elwill, bart., (by Selina, da. of
t*eter Bathurst, esq., and widow of the last
earl of Ranelagh,) and had issue,

1. Sir Felton-Elwill, 1st bart.

2. Sir Freoerick-Anne, 2d bart.

3. Lionel-Charles, secretary of em-
bassy to the court of Madrid.

4. SeljnA-Mary, nu, 24 Aug. 1813, sir
Charles Knightley, of Fawsley, co. North-
ampton, bart.

.5. Elizabeth.

I. Sir FELTON-ELWtLL, eldest son,
took the surname and arms of Bathurst in
addition to those of Hervey, by royal li-
cense 1801, and was created a bart. as above,
With remainder to his brother, sir Frede-
rick-Anne Hervey, of Clarendon Court,
CO. Wilts, 2d bart., and his heirs male:
he ni., 24 April 1817, Louisa-Catherine, 3d
da. of Richard Caton, esq., and sister of the
marchioness Wellesley, by whom (who re-m..

24 April 1828, the marquess of Carmarthen)
he had no issue, and dying 24 Sept. 1819,
was succeeded by his brother,

II. Sir FREDERICK-ANNE, 2d bart.,
according to the limitation contained in the
patent of creation; m. Jane, da. of John
Hutchinson, esq., and had issue by her,
(who d. June 1827,)

1. Sir Frederick, 3d bart.

2. Lionel, 6. 1810.

3. William-Henry, b. 1815.

4. Thomas, b. 1818; 5. Selina.

Sir Frederick d. 30 Sept. 1824, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

III. Sir FREDERICK, present and 3d

Arms— See Plate 49. 1st and 4th, Her-
vey, gules on a bend argent, three trefoils
vert, a martlett for difference ; 2d and 3d,
Bathurst, sable two bars ermine, and in
chief three crosses pat^e or, a crescent for

Crests — 1st, Hervey; an ounce passant
sable, spotted, ducally gorged and chained
or; in the paw a trefoil slipped, vert. 2d,
Bathurst ; a dexter arm embowed in mail
proper, grasping a spiked club or.

Seat— Clarendon Courtj co. Wilts.

POWELL, (now KYNASTON,) of Hardwicke, <io. Salop.

8 Dec. 1818.

Sir EDWARD KYNASTON, Baronet, in holy orders. Rector of Risby
and Fornham, co. Suffolk, and Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty, sue-



ceeded his brother, sir John (who took the name of Powell only by royal
license,) 25 Oct. 1822; born 7 Jan. 1758; married^ 9 Dec. 1783, Letitia,

da. of Robert Owen, esq., and has issue, 1. JOHN-ROGER, b. 2 July

1797; 2. Mary-Elizabeth, b. 25 May 1785, d. 9 May 1815;

3. Amy, 6.28 Oct. 1786;-
1834, unm.

This ancient family derives its descent
from Blethyn av Kynvin, one of the
princes of Wales. The surname of Kynas-
ton was first assumed temp. Edw. I. by
Griffith Kynaston, and 7th in descent from
him was

Sir Roger Kynaston, knt., m. lady
Elizabeth Grey, da. of Henry, earl of Tan-
kerville, in Normandy, and baron Powys
in England; and sister of Richard, lord
Powys, who d. 14()G, whose great-grandson,
Edward lord Powys rf. without issue 1551.
Sir Roger rf. 1517, leaving issue by his said
wife, a son and heir,

Humphrey, m. Isabella Howell, and d.
1534, leaving a son and heir,

Edward, who, by an inquisition taken
at Llanfyllin, co, Montgomery, 1556, was
found to be "cousin and heir of Edward
(the last) lord Powys"; m. Margaret Lloyd,
and d. 1592, leaving issue, a son and heir,

Roger, of Hordley, co. Salop, esq., high
sheriff of that county in the reign of
queen Elizabeth, m. Margaret, da. of John
Vaughan, of Llwdiarth, co. Montgomery,
esq., and d. 1606, leaving, besides other
children, a son and heir,

Edward, m. Mary, da. of Thomas Owen,
of Condover, esq., one of the justices of
the court of common pleas, and d. 1C31,
leaving issue,

Roger, of Hordley, co. Salop, esq., high
sheriff of Shropshire 1640, m. Rebecca, da.
of sir John Weld, knt., and d. Sept. 1684,
leaving issue,

1. Edward.

2. Elizabeth, m. Robert Corbett, esq.

3. Rebecca, m. Richard Mytton, esq.
Edward, only son of Roger, was also of

Hordley; he was knight of the shire, co.
Salop, and sheriff of that county 1682; m.
Amey, da. and h. of Thomas Barker, of
Haghmond, esq., and had issue,

1. John.

2. Roger; 3. Edward; 4. Francis;
5. Thomas, all rf. without issue.

6. Margaret, m., 1st, Philip Eyton, of
Eyton, esq., and, 2dly, Burnett, esq.

John, the eldest son, was also of Hord-
ley, and represented the county of Salop in
several parliaments. In 1731 he claimed
the ancient barony of Powys as lineal heir
of Edward Kynaston, of Hordley, next cou-
sin in blood and heir of sir Edward Grey,
the last lord Powys, as before recited ; but
dying 1733, the house of lords came to no
decision; m., 1st, Beatrice, da, of sir Vin-
cent Corbet, of Morton Corbet, hart., and
heiress to her brother, sir Vincent Corbet,
bart., and by her had issue,

1. Corbet Kynaston, esq., who likewise
represented the county of Salop in parlia-
ment, d. unm. 1741.

-4. Letitia, b. 25 March 1791, d. 22 Feb.

2. Beatrice, d. unm.

He m., 2dly, Anne, da. of Thomas Har-
wood, esq., great-grandfather of the present
lord Berwick, by whom he had issue,

3. Edward; 4. Roger.

5. Amey; 6. Margaret, both rf. unm.

Edward Kynaston, esq., the eldest sur-
viving son, was of Hordley and Hardwicke,
m. Victoria, only da. and h. of sir Charles
Lloyd, of Garth, co. Montgomery, bart.,
but rf. without issue. May 1772, whereupon
his only brother,

Roger, became the representative of this
ancient family; b. 6 March 1710-11, m., 13
April 1752, Mary, only child of Henry
Powell, of Worthen, co. Salop, esq., (by
his 3d wife, Margaret, da. of Nathaniel
Baskerville,) and rf. 1788, leaving issue by
her, (who rf. 15 March 1766,)

1. Sir John, 1st bart.

2. Edward, who rf. at three years of age.

3. Roger, b. 7 Sept. 1755, d. unm. 17 May

4. Sir Edward, present bart.

I. Sir JOHN, of Hardwicke aforesaid,
eldest son, b. 5 Feb. 1753. In 1797> in com-
pliance with the will of his kinsman, John
Powell, esq., son of the above-mentioned
Henry Powell, esq., by his second wife, he
obtained his majesty's royal license to take
the surname and arms of Powell. He was
knight of the shire for Salop in several par-
liaments ; and in the year 1800 preferred his
claim to the ancient barony of Powys as
lineal heir of the aforesaid Edward Kynas-
ton, of Hordley, esq., who rf. 1592, and who
was recognised as cousin and heir of Edward
last baron Powys; but it appearing that
there existed co-heirs of John, earl of Wor-
cester, who rf. 1470, and who was the son
and h. of John, lord Tiptoft, by Joyce his
wife, da. and co-h. of Edward Cherleton de
Powys, lord Powys, who rf. 1421, it was re-
solved by the house of lords that notice be
given to such co-h. to attend and be heard
in respect of the said claim. He was created
a bart. as above, with remainder, on failure
of issue male of his body, to his brother,
the rev. Edward Kynaston, and the heirs
male of his body.

Sir John rf. 25 Oct. 1822, without issue,
and the dignity devolved, pursuant to the
said limitation, on his brother,

II. The rev. sir EDWARD, present and
2d bart.

Arms— See Plate 49. Argent, three boars'
heads couped, two and one, sable.

Crest — A lion rampant, erminois, the dex-
ter hind paw resting on a boar's head, coup-

Sea«— Hardwicke Hall> EUesmere, co.

field, CO. Somerset, and Newhouse, co. Devon.

9 Dec. 1818.

ronet, horn 10 Nov. 1789, succeeded his father, sir John, 25 Feb. 1831 ;



took the name of Fuller, in addition to and bdforg those of Palmer- Acland,
and the arms of Fuller quarterly with those of Palmer-Acland, by royal
sign manual, 12 Aug. 1834 ; married^ 7 Nov. 1815, Fanny, da. of William
Leader, of Putney Hill, co, Surrey, esq., and has issue, 1. Frances-
Elizabeth, b. 28 May 1830, d. 27 Nov. 1834; 9; Isabel-Harriet,

b. 10 Sept. 1832 ; 3. a SON and heir, b. 27 Sept. 1834.

{ For descent see Acland, of Columb-John,

Arthur Acland, of Fairfield, esq., 2d
surviving son of sir Hugh Acland, 6th bart.,
of Columb-John, w. Elizabeth, da. of Wil-
liam Oxenham, of Oxenham, co. Devon,
esq., and rf. about 1771» leaving issue,

1. Thomas, 6. 15 Jan. 1753, d. 6 Aug.


2. Hugh, h. 17 Aug. 1754, d. Aug. 1768.

3. Sir John, 1st bart.

4. Arthur, b. 13 Oct. 1759, d. 10 April

5. Richard, b. 3 April 1762, d. 27 March

6. Pkregrine, b. 18 June 1764, d. 17 Oct.

7. Thomas, b. 13 April 1768.

8. Sir Wroth K, b. 16 March 1770, lieut,-
gen. and K.C.B., d. unm. 8 March 1816-

9. Anne, b. 10 April 1757, d. 5 Aug. 1775.

10. Elizabeth, b. 8 July 1758, m. Charles
iJrove, of Salisbury, M.D.

11. Frances, 6. 29 Jan. 1761, m. major-
gen. Richard Stovin.

12. MariA-Palmer, 6. 20 June 1766, m.,
i784, Henry-Hugh Hoare, esq., 2d son of
sir Richard Hoare, of Barn Elms, bart.

ed a bart. as above, b. 11 Feb. 1756, took the
name and arms of Palmer, in addition to
Acland, by royal sign manual, 12 Oct. 1818,
m., 1st, 1781, Elizabeth, da. of John-Rose
Fuller, of Rose Hill, co. Sussex, esq., and

1. John, 6. 5 Dec* 1786, d. 1791.

2. Hugh, 6. 10 May 1788, d. unm. at Ma-
deira, 27 Oct. 1810.

3. Sir Peregrine-Palmer, presentbart.

4. Arthur, 6. 21 Nov. 1791, d. unm.
April 1810.

5. Maria-Palmer, b. 9 Nov. 1783.

6. Frances-Anne, b: 28 Aug. 1784.

7. Henrietta-Palmer, b. 16 Dec. 1794.
Sir John m., 2dly, 1 Nov. 1818, Sarah-Ma-
ria, da. of Robert Knipe, of New Lodge,
Berkhampstead, co. Herts, esq., relict of
Philip Gibbes, esq., and had issue,

8. A Son, b. 27 May 1819.

Sir John d. 25 Feb. 1831, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

and 2d bart.

Arms—iiee Plate 49. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, Acland, chequy, argent and sable, a
fess gules: 2d, Palmeii, or, two bars, sable,
charged with six trefoils, slipped, argent, in
chief agreyhoundi current, sable: 3d, Ful-
ler, argent, three bars and a canton gules.

Crest — 1st, Acland, a sinister arm in fess,
habited, azure, gloved, proper, thereon a
hawk perched, argent; 2d, Palmer, a de-
mi-panther guardant, argent, spotted gules,
vert, or, and azure, alternately; flames
issuant from the mouth and ears, and hold-
ing a palm branch, proper; 3d, Fuller,
on a ducal coronet gules, a lion's head

Motto— I)it!branlab!e ; and over the crest of
Palmer, Palma virtu ti.

Seats — At Fairfield, co. Somerset; and
Newhouse, co. Devon.

LECHMERE, of The Rhyd, co. Worcester.

10 Dec. 1818.

Sir ANTHONY LECHMERE, created a Baronet as above, born 2
Nov. 1766; married, 1st, 15 May 1787, Mary, da. and h. of Joseph Ber-
wick, of Hallow Park, co. M^orcester, esq., by whom (Avho d. 3 Dec. 1820)

he had issue, 1. EDMUND-HUNGERFORD, b. 25 May 1792, m., 22

June 1819, Maria-Clara, 2d da. of the late hon. David Murray, brother to

lord Elibank, and has issue; 2. Anthony-Berwick, 6. 28 Sept.

1802; 3. Sarah, b. 2 May 1788; 4. Eliza-Anne, b. 11 Aug.

1789; 5. Frances, b. 14 March 1791; G. Marv-Folev, b. 16

Aug. 1799, d. 24 Feb. 1803; 7. Jemima-Isabella, b. 30 July 1804 ;

8. Georgiana-Felicia, b. 11 June 1806;— —9. Emma-Catha-
rine, b. 20 May 1809. Sir Anthony wi., 2dly, 8 Sept. 1823, Eleanor, da.
of Bayley Villiers, of Gloucester, esq.

The family of L,echmere is of great an-
tiquity, and has been seated within the
parish of Hanley-Castle, co. Worcester,
from a very remote period. Adam, son of
Reginald de Lechmere, of Hanley, is a
grantor (in a deed without date) of a mes-
suage in Hanley; and his descendant, Wil-
liam Lechmere, of Hanley, appears to have
m. Editha, da. of Robert att Grove, in the
^^eign of Edward III. It also appears that
William Lechmere, of Hanley, conveyed to

his son, John Lechmere, a certain messuage
called Lechmerc's Place, by deedj anno 13
Hen. IV. ex Archi Coll. Armor.

Thomas Lechmere, of Lechmere's Place,
in Hanley Castle, living anno IG Hen, VI I.,
was succeeded in his estates by his son,
Richard Lechmere, who, by Margery, da.
and heiress of Thomas Rock, of Ripple, co.
Worcester, was father of Edmund, who m.
Anne, da. of Henry Dingley, by Mary, da.
of Edward Neville, lord Abergavenny, and



had issue, Edmund, of Lechmere's Place,
living anno 1634, at which time he had issue
by Margaret, da. of sir Nicholas Overbury,
knt., several sons and das. ; he rf. 31 July
IfioO, set. 74. Sir Nicholas Lechmere, of
Hanley Castle, knt., one of the barons of
the Exchequer, eldest son and heir of Ed-
mund Lechmere and Margaret Overbury,
m. Penelope, youngest da. of sir Edwin
Sandys, of Northbourn, co. Kent, knt.,
and had issue, two sons and four das., of
whom Edmund, his eldest son, who suc-
ceeded to the estates of the family, m. Lucy,
da. of Anthony Hungerford, of Farley
Castle, CO. Somerset, esq , by whom, besides
other issue, he had, 1. Antfiony; 2. Nicho-
las, who was privy counsellor to king
George I., and chancellor of the duchy of
Lancaster; he was advanced to the dignity
of Lord Lechmere, baron of Evesham, by
letters patent, dated 4 Sept. 1721 ; he m. the
lady Elizabeth, da. of Charles Howard, earl
of Carlisle, but dying without issue, the

title of lord Lechmere became extinct.

Anthoxv, the eldest son, m. Anne, da.
of Thomas Foley, of Stoke Edith, co. Here-
ford, esq., aunt of Thomas, lord Foley, was
sometime representative in parliament for
the borough of Tewkesbury, and dying in
172(1, 32t. 4(3, was succeeded in his estates by
his son, Edmund Lechmere, of Severn End,
in Hanley Castle, sometime knight of the
shire for the co. of Worcester, who d. 18<i5,
having ;«., 1st, Elizabeth, da. of sir Blun-
dell Charlton, of Ludfitld, co. Hereford,
bart., by whom he had two sons; and, 2dly,
Elizabeth, da. of John Whitmore, of Fenny
Compton, CO. Warwick, clerk, by whom he

I. Sir ANTHONY, created a bart. as

Arms — See Plate 49. Gules, a fess, and
in chief two pelicans, vulning themselves,

Crest — A pelican, as in the arms.

Seat — The Rhyd, near Upton-on-Sevem.

LACON, of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk.
11 Dec. 1818.

Sir EDMUND-KNOWLES LACON, Baronet, succeeded his father,
sir Edmund, 3 Oct. 1820, born 28 Feb. 1780; married, 30 Aug. 1804,
Eleanor, eldest da. and co-heiress of Thomas Beecroft, of Saxthorpe-Hall,

CO. Norfolk, esq., by whom he has issue, 1. Eleanor-Beecroft,

b. 5 Dec. 1805, m., 28 March 1826, Kei-rison Hervev, esq., of Thorpe

Lodge, Norwich; 2. EDMUND-HENRY-KNOWLES, b. 14 Aug.

1807; 3. Axna-Maria, twin with John-Edward; 4. John-Ed-

WARD, b. April 1809; 5. Henry-James, b. 27 Nov. 1810, R.N. ;

6. Emma-Hammet, b. 26 Feb. 1818.

Edmund Lacon, of Ottley, co. York,
m. Martha, da. of the rev. William Beevor,
(grandfather of sir Thomas Beevor, created
a bart. 1783,) and had issue by her,

John Lacon, of Great Yarm.outh, »«.
Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Robert Ward, of
Yarmouth, esq., (by Elizabeth, another da.
of William Beevor, above named,) and rf.
1781, leaving, besides other issue, a son and

I. Sir EDMUND, created a bart. as
above, b. 22 Oct. 1750, nu, 1st, 1779. Elea-
nor, youngest da. and co-heiress of rev.
Thomas Knowles, D.D., prebendary of Ely,
by whom (who d. 1781) he had issue,

1. Sir Edjiund Knowles, present bart.

2. John, rf. unm. March 1811.

3. Judith, rf. 1817.

4. Martha; 5. Caroline, both rf. young.

6. Eliza, b. April 1781, m. James Hen-
derson, of Thursall, co. Caithness, esq.,
and rf. April 1810.

Sir Edmund nu, 2dly, Sarah, da. of John
Mortlock, of Cambridge, esq., and by her
(who rf. 5 Feb. 1829) had issue,

7. JoHN-MoRTLocK, b. 9 Feb. 1786, late
capt. 27th foot, tn. Jane, da. of Stirling,

of Duntrune, near Dundee, and has issue,
Emily; John; Henry; Stirling; Jane;
Mortlock ; Graham ; Charles ; Clemen-
tina ; Harriot ; Francis.

8. Henry, 6. 5 Dec. 1791, in the East

9. Henrietta-Maria, b. 28 March 1788,
m., 1808, Edward-Symons Ommaney, capt.

10. Anne-Elizabeth, b. 14 June 1790,
m. George Wickens Willes, capt. R.N.

11. Louisa-Sarah, 6. 26 June 1793, in.
rev. Fisher Watson.

b. 1 July 1799, m. F.

Oct. 18-20, and was suc-
presen t

12. Mary-Anne,
Farr, esq.

Sir Edmund rf. 3
ceeded bv his son,

and 2d bart.

Arms— See Plate 49. Quarterly, per fess,
indented, erminois, and azure; in the se-
cond quarter, a wolfs head erased, argent.

Crest— On a mount, vert, a falcon, proper,
belled, or, collared and charged on the
breast with a cross, flory, gules.

Sea«— Ormesby House, Norfolk.

SHELLEY-SIDNEY, of Penshurst Place, co. Kent.

12 Dec. 1818.

Sir JOHN SHELLEY-SIDNEY, created a Baronet as above, bwn 18
Dec. 1771 » took the name and arms of Sidney, by royal sign manual.



6 March 1793; married^ 29 April 1799, Henrietta-Frances, da. of sir

Henry Hunloke, bart., and by her (who d. 5 Feb. 1811) had issue, 1.

PHILIP-CHARLES, Baron De L'Isle and Dudley, of Penshurst, co.
Kent, (so created, by patent, 13 Jan. 1835,) G.C.H., and a Lord of the
King's Bedchamber, b. 11 March 1800, w., 13 Aug. 1825, liady Sophia
Fitzclarence, natural daughter of his JMajesty, and has issue, 1. Adelaide-
Augusta- Wilhelmina, b. 1 June 182C; 2. FhUip, b. 29 Jan. 1828; 3.
Robert- Dudley, b. 26 Sept. 1829, d. 1? April 1830 ; 4. Ernestine-Wellington^
b. 9 Feb. 1834 ; 5. Elizaheth-Frederica, b. 15 Feb. 1831, buried 5 Sept. fol-

lowing; 2. Emily-Elizabeth, b. 10 Feb. 1801, w., 26 March 1826,

WilHam Wakefield, esq., and d. 12 Aug. 1827.

Sir John Shklley-Sidney, is eldest
son of sir Bysshe Shelley, of Castle Goring,
CO. Sussex, bart., by his 2d wife, Elizabeth-
Jane, only surviving da. of William Perry,
of Penshurst Place, co. Kent, esq., by Eliza-
beth, his wife, 2d da. and co-heiress of
Thomas Sidney, esq., who was son to Ro-
bert, earl of Leicester, through which de-
scent sir John is one of the co-heirs of the
barony of Lisle.

Arms — See Plate 50. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, Sidney, or, a phaeon azure; 2d and
3d, Sheli,ey, sable, a chevron engrailed,

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