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4. Hew, 6. 7 Jan. 1717. m. Anne, da. of sir
John Inglis, of Cramond, bart., and d. s.p.
26 July 1746.

5. Robert.

6. David, 6. 27 Aug. 1719, appointed a lord
of session by the style of lord Westhall
1777. nu, 1761, Jean, da. of Alexander Aber-
deen, esq., and d. 26 April 1784, leaving
issue.



7. Thomas, 6. 12 June 1721.

8. Elizabeth, b. 28 Sept. 1722, m. George
Browne, of Coulstown, a lord of session.

9. James, b. 14 March 1724.

10. Campbell, b. 27 Aug. 1725, lieut.-eol.
3d dragoons, and governor of Guadaloupe,
m., and d. 1767, leaving issue.

11. Anne, b. 27 Jan. 1727-

12. Helexor, b. 14 May 1729, m. James
Rannie, of Leith, esq.

Robert, 3d, but eldest surviving son, b. 1
March 1718, was a gen. and col. 53d foot,
and assumed his mother's name of Horn
in addition to and after Dalrymple, and sub-
sequently his wife's family name of Elphin-
STONE after those of Dalrimple-Horn ; he
m., 9 July 1754, Marv, da. and h. of sir
James Elphinstone, of Logie-Elphinstone,
and d. 2(1 April 1794, having had six das., who
all married, and two sons, James, d. unm.,
and

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

Arms— See Plate 54. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, or on a saltire azure between a mullet
in chief and two water bougets in the flanks
sable, nine lozenges of the field; 2d and 3d,
or, three hunting horns in pale gules ; on an
escocheon of pretence over all argent, on a
chevron sable between three boars' heads
gules, a mitre gold, all within a bordure of
the 3d.

Crest— Tvio stags' horns erect, per fess, or
and sable.

Motto — Moneo et mimio.

Seats— At Horn and Logie-Elphinstone, co.
Aberdeen.



VIVIAxV, of Truro, co. Cornwall.

19 Jan. 1828.

Right Hon. Sir RICHARD-HUSSEY VIVIAN, of Truro, co. Corn-
wall, Baronet, so created as above, a Lieut. -Gen. in the Army, Col. 12th
dragoons, Commander of the Forces in Ireland, Groom of the Bedchamber
to his Majesty, P.C. in Ireland, and M.P, for Truro, K.CB,, K.C.H.,
K.M.T., K.S.W., and D.C.Ii.; born 28 July 1775; married, 14 Sept. 1804,
Eliza, da. of Philip. Champion de Crespigny, esq., and by her (who d. 15

June 1831) has issue, 1. CHARLES-CRESPIGNY, b. 24 Dec. 1808,

major in the army, and M.P. for Bodmin ; m., 2 July 1833, Arabella Scott,
da. of John M. Scott, of Ballygannon, esq., niece of the earl of IMeath, and

has issue, a son, b. 19 June 1833; 2. Charlotte-Eliza, b. 22 July

1815, m., 14 Aug. 1833, lieut.-col. Arbuthnot, eldest son of the right hon.

Charles Arbuthnot; 3. John-Cranch-Walker, h. 18 April 1818;

4. Jane-Frances- Anne, b. 20 May 1824 ; 5. Georgina-

Agnes-Augusta, b. 28 April 1828. Sir Richard m., 2dly, 10 Oct. 1833,

Letitia, 3d da. of rev. James-Agnew Webster, and has issue, 6. a Da.,

b. 24 Dec. 1834.



The rev. Thomas Vivian, of Truro,
descended from a branch of the family



seated at Trenowth, in St. Columb, co.
Cornwall, was b. 1719, m., 1747, Mary, da.



426



TAYLOR. -PRICE.



of John Hussey, of Oakhampton, esq., bar-
rister-at-law, and d. 17 March 1793, leaving
issue,

1. Thomas, d. unm,

2. John.

3. Richard, in holy orders, rector of
Bushey, co. Herts, m. miss Emmet, of Hert-
fordshire, and d. 1825, leaving four sons and
two daughters.

4. William-Henry, in holy orders, rec-
tor of Charles, co. Devon, m. miss Win-
grove, but had no issue.

John-Vivian, of Truro, esq., eldest sur-
viving son, b. 1750, was vice-warden of the
Stannaries, m., 1774, Betsey, only surviving
child of the rev. Richard Cranch, vicar of
St. Clements, near Truro, and d. 1826, hav-
ing had issue by her, (who d. 1816,)

1. Sir RicHARD-HussEY, created a bart.
, 2. John -Henry, major in the Royal
Stannarv Artillery, and M.P. for Swansea,
b. 9 Aug.' 1785, m., 30 Oct. 1816, Sarah, eldest
da. of Arthur Jones, of the Priory, Reigate,
CO. Surrey, esq., and has issue,

1. Betsey-Sarah, b. 10 Aug. 1817.

2. Henry-Hussey, b. 6 July 1821.



3. Frances-Mary, b. 2 Oct. 1824, d. 13
Aug. 1825.

4. William-Graham, b. 25 Nov. 1827.

5. Caroline - Gertrude - Walker, b. 29
April 1829.

6. Arthur-Pendarves, b. 4 June 1834.
3. Thomas, d. 1821.

I. Sir RICHARD-HUSSEY, eldest son,
was created a bart. as above.

Amis — See Plate 54. Or on a chevron
azure, between three lions' heads erased
proper, as many annulets gold ; on a chief
embattled gules, a wreath of oak, or, between
two medals, that on the dexter representing
the gold medal and clasp for the action of
Sahagren, Benevente, and Orthes, and that
on the sinister the silver Waterloo medal.

Crest — Issuant from a bridge of one arch,
embattled, and having at each end a tower,
a demi-hussar in the uniform of the 18th
regiment, holding in his right hand a sabre,
and in his left a pennon flying to the sinister,
gules, and inscribed in gold letters "Croix
d'orade."

Motto — Cor nobyle, cor immobyle.

Seat — At Truro, co. Cornwall.



TAYLOR, of HoLLYCOMBE, CO. Sussex.
21 Jan. 1828.

Sir CHARLES-WILLIAI\I TAYLOR, cf Hollycombe, co. Sussex,
Baronet, created as above, ISLP. in nine parliaments for Wells, co. Somer-
set ; born 25 April 1770; married^ 25 April 1808, Charlotte, 2(1 da. of
John-Buncombe-Poulet Thompson, of Roehampton, and of Waverley

Abbey, co. Surrey, esq., and has issue, 1. CHARLES, b. 1817; 2.

Emii.y-Fbances, b. April 1811, rw., Aug. 1834, William Brougham, esq.,
only brother of lord Brougham and Vaux.



Sir CHARLES is son of Peter Taylor, of
Burcott House, co. Somerset, esq., who v/as
elected M.P. for Portsmouth 1774, and d.

1777

ylrr^w— See Plate 54. Paly of six ermine
and erminois, on a chief indented sable



three escallops, or.

Crest — A demi-lion erminois, charged on
the body with two escallops sable, and hold-
ing an escallop sable between the paws.

Seat — At Hollycombe, co. Sussex.



PRICE, of FoxLEY, CO. Hereford.
12 Feb. 1828.



Sir ROBERT PRICE, of Foxley, Baronet, M.P. for Herefordshire,
horn 3 Aug. 178(>, succeeded his father, sir Uvedale, 14 Sept. 1829 ; married^
8 July 1823, his first cousin, Mary-Anne-Elizabeth, da. of the rev. Robert
Price, D.D.



This family is of the highest antiquity,
and descended from Marchwithian, one of
the fifteen tribes or princes of North Wales.
Cadwallader ap, Morris Gethyn, of Voylas,
CO. Denbigh, Kith in lineal male descent from
Marchwithim, lived in the reign of king
Henry VIII., and left two sons, Robert-
Wyn, of Voylas, (ancestor of the Wynnes of
that place,) and

Reks, or Rhys, who settled at Geeler, co.
Denbigh, and whose ])osterity assumed the
surname of Vriae, or AiJ Rfijis.

Thomas Price, or Thomas an Rhys
Wynn, (son of Rhys,) was high sheriff of
CO. Denbigh, and father of

Robert Price, of Geeler, who was also
high sheriff of co. Denbigh, and left a son



and heir,

Thomas Price, of Geeler, m. Margaret,
da. and h. of Thomas Wynn, of Bwlchy
Bondy, and left issue (besides other children)
a son and heir,

Robert Price, baron of the Exchequer
1702 to 1726, m. Lucy, eldest da. and co-h.
of Robert Rodd, of Foxley, co. Hereford,
esq., and d. Feb. 1732, having had issue,

1. Uvedale.

2. Thomas, d. num., 17O6.

3. LiK Y, m. Bampficld Rodd, of the Rodd,
CO. Hereford, cs(i.

Uvedale Price, of Foxley, eldest and
only surviving son, tu. Anne, da. and co-h.
of lord Arthur Somerset, 2d son of Henry,
1st duke of Beaufort, and d, I7G4, leaving



PHILIPPS.-VAVASOUR.



427



issue by her (who d. 1741) an only surviving
child,

Robert Price, of Foxley, b. 13 May
1717, m., June 174(j, the hon. Sarah Har-
rington, da. of John, 1st viscount Barring-
ton, and d. Sept. 17t>l, having had issue by
her, (whorf. 175.0,)

1. Sir UvEDALE, present hart.

2. Robert, D.D., h. 3 Oct. 1748, >w., 1st,
June 1786, Catherine Wroughton, by whom
he had issue,

1. Caroline, m., 1st, capt. Baker, R.N.,
and 2dly, mr. Tristram.

2. Jane, d. an infant.

Dr. Price m., 2dly, 4 Jan. 1797, Mary-
Anne, da. of the rev. Thomas Saunderson,
of Haslemere, and by her (who d.4 Jan. 1818)
had

3. Uvedale-Thomas-Skudd, b. 26 Sept.
1805.

4. Mary-Anne-EUzabeth, m. her cousin,
the present Sir Robert Price, bart.

Dr. Price d. 7 April 1823.

3. William, master of St. Catherine's



hospital, d. tinm., 17 April I8I7.

4. John, d. young.

5. Samuel, d. unm,

{'}. Charles, d, young.

7. Barrington,"6. 1759, m. and has issue.

8. Anne, b. 1753.

9. Mary, b. 1756.

10. Sophia, b. 1758, all d. infants.

I. Sir UVEDALE, eldest son, was created
a bart. as above, b. April 1747, rn., 28 April
1774, lady Caroline Carpenter, da. of George,
1st earl "of Tyrconnell, and by her (who d.
16 July 1826) had issue,

1. Sir Robert, 2d and present bart.

2. Caroline.

Sir Uvedale d. 14 Sept. 1820, and was suc-
ceeded by his only son,

11. Sir ROBERT, present and 2d bart.
Arm.s—'See Plate 54. Gules, a lion ram-
pant, argent.

CVe.s^— A lion, as in the arms, holding in
the dexter fore paw a rose slipped, proper.
Seat— AX Foxley, co. Hereford.



PHILIPPS, of PicTON Castle, and Kilgetty Park, co. Pembroke.

13 Feb. 1828.

Sir RTCHARD-BULKEIiEY-PHILIPPS PHILIPPS, Baronet, so
created as above, born 7 June 1801 ; took the surname and arms of
Philipps only, by royal sign manual, 1824, out of respect to the memory
of Richard-Philipp, baron Milford, under whose will he inherits the estate
of Picton Castle.



Sir RICHARD is the only son of John
Grant, of Nolton, near Haverfordwest, esq.,
and Mary-Phihppa-Artemisia, only surviv-
ing child and h. of James Child, of Begally
House, CO. Pembroke, esq., by Mary-Phi-
lipjia-Artemisia, who was only da. and even-
tually heiress of Bulkeley Philipps, of Aber-



cover, CO. Carmarthen, esq., uncle of lord
Milford above named.

Ai-nisSee Plate 55. Argent, a lion ram-
pant sable, ducally collared and chained, or.

Crest — A lion, as in the arms.

Motto — Dfivit amor patiia;.

Seat — Picton Castle.



VAVASOUR, of Haslewood, co. York.

14 Feb. 1828.

The Honourable Sir EDWARD-MARMADUKE VAVASOUR, of
Haslewood, co. York, Bart,, so created as above, second surviving son of
Charles-Philip, late lord Stourton, inherited the Haslewood estate by the
will of his kinsman, sir Thomas Vavasour, 7th and last bart. of that ancient
family, who d. 20 Jan. 1826, and by royal sign manual, 27 Feb. following,
took the surname of Vavasour only, and the arms of Vavasour quarterly
with those of Stourton ; born G jMay 1786; married., 6 Aug. 1813, Marcia,
only da. of James-Lane Fox, of Bramham Park, co. York, esq., (by the
hon. Marcia-Lucv Pitt, da. of George, 1st lord Rivers,) and by her (who

d. 10 June 1826) had issue, 1. EDWARD, b. 17 Jan. 1815; 2.

Marcia, b. 2 Feb. 1816; 3. Charles, 6. 15 April I8I7 ; 4. Mary,

6.26 Dec. 1819; 5. William, b. 26 Feb. 1822; 6. Anne, b. 10

June 1823; 7. George, b. 18 July 1824; 8. Philip, 6. 26 Feb.

1826.



(For sir Edward's paternal ancestry, see
lord Stourton, in Debrett's Peerage of the
United Kingdom. )

The baronet's father, Charles-Philip,
16th baron Stourton, m., 15 June 1/75,
Mary, 2d da. and co-h. of Marmaduke, 5th
and last lord Langdale, whose eldest sister,



Dorothy, m., 1750, sir Walter Vavasour, of
Haslewood, co. York, bart., and had issue
by him three sons, 1. sir \Valter, who suc-
ceeded his father as bart., and d. s.p. 3 Nov.
1802; 2. sir Thomas, who succeeded his
brother, and on whose death in 1826, the
baronetcy, which had been conferred on his



428



RICKETTS.— DOYLE.— WAKEMAN.



ancestor, sir Thomas Vavasour, in 1628, be-
came extinct ; 3. Peter, a general in the
Austrian service, d. s.p. 1818.

Arms— See Plate 55. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, or, a fess dancettee sable (in the dexter
chief a cross crosslet fitchee at the foot for
distinction) — Vavasour : 2d and 3d, sable,
a bend, or, between six fountains — Stour-



TON.

Crests— I. A cock gules, charged (for dis-
tinction) with a fountain — Vavasour. 2.
A demi friar of the order of flagellants,
properly habited, and holding in his right
hand a whip, and in the left an open book —
Stourton.

Seat— At Haslewood, co. York.



RICKETTS, of the Elms, co. Gloucester.

15 Feb. 1828.

Sir ROBERT- TRISTRAM RICKETTS, of the Elms, near Chelten-
ham, CO. Gloucester, Baronet, so created as above, rear admiral of the blue,
D.C.L. ; born 1772 ; married^ 15 May 1802, Rebecca, da. of Richard Gum-
bleton, of Glencairn Castle, otherwise Castle Richard, co. Waterford, esq.,

and co-h. of her brother, P]dward Gumbleton, esq., and has issue,i 1.

CORNWALLIS, b. 27 Feb. 1803, commander R.N., m., 31 May 1834,

Henrietta, youngest da. of col. Tempest, of Tong Hall, co. York ; 2.

Letitia-Frances-Henry, b. 22 April 1805, w., 15 Oct. 1 828, Augustus

Newton, esq. ; 3.St. Vincent-William, i. 24 Sept. 1807, in the army ;

4. Harriett-Dorothea, b. 14 Feb. 1809; S.William-Ha-
milton, b. 24 Aug. 1810, d. in India, 1830; 6. Lavinia-Anne, b.

14 Aug. 1812 ; 7. Simpson-Hicks, b. 26 May 1816; 8. Mary, b.

21 Jan. 1822.



Arms — See Plate 55. Argent, on a chevron,
azure, between three roses gules, barbed
and seeded proper, two swords in cheveron,
also proper, pommels and hilts or, their
points crossing each other in saltire, (that of
the dexter surmounted by that of the
sinister,) and passing through a wreath of
laurel gold; on a chief of the second a
naval crown between two anchors erect,



or.

Crest— Out of a naval crown, or, a dexter
arm embowed, habited azure, and charged
on the sleeve with two roses argent, the
hand grasping a scimitar, the arm in front
of an anchor in bend sinister, sable.

Motto — Prend moi tel queje suis.

Seat— The Elms, near Cheltenham.



DOYLE.

18 Feb. 1828.

Sir FRANCIS-HASTINGS DOYLE, Baronet, so created as above,
Lieut.- Col. in the Army, Dep. -Lieut, of the Tower of London, and Chair-
man of the Board of Excise; born 3 Jan. 1783; married, 2 June 1804,
Diana-Elizabeth, eldest da. of sir William-Mordaunt Milner, of Nun

Appleton, CO. York, bart., and by her (who d. 14 Jan. 1828) had issue,

1. FRANCES-HASTINGS-CHARLES, b.22 Aug. 1810 ; 2. Diana-

— 4. Emily-Josephine, m..



Emma-Flora; 3. Frances-Mary

17 June 1834, William Leveson-Gower, esq., of Titsey Place, co. Surrey ;
5. Selina.



Sir Francis is the eldest son of Welbore-
EUis Doyle, esq., major - general, and
colonel of the 53d foot, younger brother of
general sir John Doyle, bart., so created 29
Oct. 1825, G.C.B. and K.C, who d. mint. 8
Aug. 1834, whereby the title became extinct.



Arms — See Plate 55. Argent, three bucks'
heads erased, proper, within a bordure
counter compony, or and azure.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, or, a buck's
head, as in the arms.

Motto — Fortitudine vincit.



WAKEMAN, of Perdiswell, co. Worcester.

20 Feb. 1 828.

Sir OFFLEY-PARBURY WAKEMAN, Baronet, born 17 May 1799,
succeeded his father, sir Henry, 23 April 1831.



PHILIPS.



429



Thomas Wakeman, of the city of Wor-
cester, esq., b. 5 Aug. 1718, tn. Mary, da.
of Henry Parry, of Welch Pool, esq., and
d. 22 Feb. 1795, having had issue by her,
(whod. Dec. 1781,)

1. Thomas, of Worcester, esq., h. 19
March 1747, and d. 28 Oct. 181G, leaving
issue.

2. Sir Henry.

3. James, b. 18 May 1761> m. and had
issue.

4. Mary, b. 29 March 1754, m. William
Thomas, of Worcester, esq., and d. his
widow, 10 Oct. 182(i.

5. Anne, b. 1755, d. imm. 1805.

I. Sir HENRY, 2d son, created a bart.
as above, b. 27 Feb. 1753, »i., 1st, 25 Aug.
1787, Theodosia, da. of John Freeman, of
Gaines, co. Hereford, esq., and by her (his
marriage with whom was dissolved by act
of parliament, 179(J) had issue,

1. Henry, d. unm.

2. Charles, d. unm.

3. Anne, m. Thomas Snepp, esq.



Sir Henry m., 2dly, 29 June 1797, Sarah,
only da. and heiress of Richard- Ward
Offley, of Hinton, co. Salop, esq., and by
her had issue,

4. Sir Offley-Parbury, present bart.

5. Edward-Ward, in holy orders, M.A.,
perpetual curate of Claines, co. Worcester,
b. 13 May 1801.

6. Emily-Offley, 6.29 April 1798.

Sir Henry d. 23 April 1831, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son,

II. Sir OFFLEY - PARBURY, present
and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 55. Paly wavy of six,
vert and argent, a saltire engrailed er-
mine.

Crest — Between two palm branches pro-
per, a lion's head erased argent, vomiting
flames, gorged with a collar engrailed and
cottised vert, and charged with three ermine
spots or.

Motto — Nee temere, nee timide.

Seats — Perdiswell Hall, co. Worcester;
and Hinton Hall, co. Salop.



PHILIPS, of Weston, co. Warwick, and Sedgley, co. Lancaster.

21 Feb. 1828.

Sir GEORGE PHILIPS, Baronet, ^/om 24 March 1766, created a bart.
as above ; married, 16 Oct. 1788, Sarah-Ann, eldest da. of Nathaniel Philips,
of Hollinghurst, in Prestwich, co. Lancaster, esq., and has issue, an only-
son, GEORGE-RICHARD, M.P. for Kidderminster, b. 23 Dec. 1789,

w., 18 Nov. 1819, Sarah-Georgiana, eldest da. of Richard, lord Waterpark,
of the kingdom of Ireland, and has issue, Juliana -Cavendish, b. 16 March
1821 ; Emily. Anne, b. 16 Nov. 1823; Louisa-Georgiana, b. 27 Feb. 1827.



The ancestors of this baronet have been
for many generations seated in the county
of Stafford.

Francis Phylyppe, of Neyther Teyne,
in the parish of Checkley, d. in the 6th of
Edward VI., leaving

John Phelfpe, of Nether Teyne, who
d. 32d of Elizabeth, leaving issue several
children, of whom,

Anthony Phelipe, of Nether Teyne,
was the ancestor of the present bart. ; he d.
1641, leaving, amongst other issue,

Anthony Philips, who ?«., 1627, Eliza-
beth, da. of Edward Rawlins, of Teane,
and d. 1648, leaving issue, two sons, whereof
Richard, eldest son and heir, m. Christobel,
2d da. and co-heiress of Robert Whitall, of
BignoU Hill, in the parish of Audley, co.
Stafford, and d. 1686, leaving

Nathaniel Philips, of the Heath
House, in Checkley, aforesaid, his son and
heir, b. 16 March 1659, m., 1690, Elizabeth,
da. and co-li. of John Stubbs, of Halmer-
End and Shaw, co. Stafford, (by Ellin, da.
of John Jervis, of Chatkill and Meaford,
CO. Stafitbrd, from whom descended the late
earl and present viscount St. Vincent,) who
left four other das. and co-heiresses, viz.
Mary, who />/. John Beech, of Hollygreave
Hall, CO. Stafford, esq., from whom the
present family of the Shav/s are descended;
Sarah, who m. John Hill, of Hawkstone,
CO. Salop, esq., from whom are descended
Rowland, lord Hill, and sir Rowland Hill,
the present bart. ; Jane, v/ho m. Thomas
Bay ley, of Madeley, co. Stafford, esq. ; and
Ann, who m. Thomas Starkie, of Wrenbury,
CO. Chester, esq. Nathaniel Philips, d. 29
April 1737j leaving issue by his said wife.



(who d. June 1700,) besides three other
sons,

1. John Philips, of the Heath House,
aforesaid, esq., eldest son and heir, 6. 31
March 1695, lord of the manors of Upper
Teyne, Nether Teyne, and Checkley, w.,
16 Dec. 1722, Susanna, youngest da. and
co-h. of John Burton, of Derby, gent. ;
and d. 24 IMarch 17/2, leaving issue, 1. John
Philips, of Heath House, b. 22 March 1724,
d. s.p. 13 April 1813; 2. Nathaniel, 6. 19
Sept. 1726, m., 5 Dec. 1757, Elizabeth, da.
of Robert Hibbert, of Stockfield House,
CO. Lancaster, d. 29 Sept. 1808, leaving issue,
John Philips, of Heath House, who suc-
ceeded to the family estates in Staffordshire,
on the death of his uncle, John Philips,
and has issue several children, of whom,
the eldest son, John-Burton, was high-sheriff
of Staffordshire, in 1826; Robert Philips,
of the Park, in Prestwich, co. Lancaster,
and Snetterfield Park, co. Warwick; and
Samuel Philips, of Heybridge, co. Stafford,
and Newland, co. Gloucester, who d. s.p.
Nov. 1824 ; 3. Thomas-Philips, of Sedgley,
CO. Lancaster, esq., b. 24 March 1728, m.
Mary, only da. and h. of John Rider, of
Manchester, gent.; he d. 5 Nov. 1811, hav-
ing had issue,

1. Thomas, 6. 25 Aug. 1764, d. 1 Aug.
1777.

2. George, the present bart.

3. Susanna, b. 28 Nov. 1767, m. John
Mather, of Everton, near Liverpool, esq.,
who d. I8I7.

4. Elizabeth, b. 24 Feb. 1769, m. Wil-
liam Rigby, of Oldfield Hall, co. Chester,
esq.

5. Mary-Ann, b. 28 June 1771^ m. the



430



CHAMBERLAIN.— F0RBES.DRUM3I0ND.



rev. Charles-Benjamin Charlewood, of Oak-
hill, CO. Stafford.

6. Catherine, b. 26 Aug. 1773, d. 11
Feb. 1776.

7. Joseph, b. 22 Feb. 1775, d. 4 Feb. fol-
lowing.

8. Catherine, 6.31 Jan. 1777-

9. Sophia, 6. 31 July 1779. »»• Edmund-
Henry Lushington, of Hanwell, co. Mid-
dlesex, sometime chief-justice of Ceylon.

Anns — See Plate 55. Per pale azure and



sable, within an orle of fleurs-de-lis argent,
a lion rampant erminois, ducally crowned,
and holding between the paws a, mascle or ;
a canton ermine.

Crest — A demi-lion rampant erminois col-
lared sable, ducally crowned or, holding be-
tween the paws a fleur-de-lis azure, within
a mascle also or.

Seats — At Weston, co. Warwick ; and
Sedgley, co. Lancaster.



CHAMBERLAIN.

22 Feb. 1828.

Sir HENRY CHAMBERLAIN, Baronet, an officer in the Royal Ar-
tillery, boryi 2 Oct. 179G, succeeded his father, sir Henry, 31 July 1829;
married., 11 May 1826, Harriett, da, of John Mullen, esq., and has issue,
1. HENRY.



I. Sir HENRY CHAMBERLAIN, cre-
ated a bart. as above, consul-general in the
Brazils, and sometime Charge d'Afl^aires
there, ?H., 1st, 1 Jan. 1795, Elizabeth, da. of
Harrod, of Exeter, and by her (his mar-
riage with whom was dissolved by act of par-
liament 1813) had issue,

1. Sir Henry, present bart.

2. Wtlliam-Augustus-Charles, 6. 1797,
d. June 1806.

3. Eliza-Caroline, b. 5 Sept. 1799, m.,
2 Dec. 1819, the hon. Charles-Orlando Bridg-
man, 2d son of the earl of Bradford.

Sir Henry m., 2dly, 5 June 1813, Anne-
Eugenia, da. of William Morgan, of Lon-
don, merchant, and by her had issue,

4. Anne-Beresford, b. 6 Feb. 1815.



5. Harriett-Mary, b. 7 Oct. 1816.

6. William-Charles, b. 21 April 1810.

7. Neville-Bowles, b. 10 Jan. 1820.

8. Crawford-Trotter, b. 9 May 1821.

9. Thomas-Hardy, b. 13 Sept. 1822.

10. Katherine-Cochrane, 6. 3 Feb. 1824.

11. Charles-Francis-Fai.con,6. 11 Oct.
1826.

Sir Henry d. 31 July 1829, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir HENRY, present and 2d bart.

Anns—See Plate .'^5. Gules within an orle
argent, charged with eight mullets azure,
an armillary sphere, or.

Crest — An eagle displayed proper, the dex-
ter claw resting on an armillary sphere, or.

Motto — Spes et fides.



FORBES-DRUMMOND, of Hawthornden, New Brunswick.

27 Feb. 1828.

Sir FRANCIS-WALKER DRUMMOND, Baronet, (eldest son of
James Walker, of Daley, co. Midlothian, esq., d.) married, Margaret-
Anne, sole da. and heiress of sir John-Forbes Drummond, 1st bart., whom
he succeeded 23 jMay 1829, according to an express limitation in the patent

of creation. By this lady he has issue, 1. Mary; 2. JAMES;

3. Jane-Hay; 4. Francis; 5. John-Forbes; 6.

Richard-Hay. *



Robert Forbes, of Corse, co. Banff",
esq., (son of John Forbes, ofthe same place,)
m. Anne, da. of John Abernethy.ofCorskie,
CO. Banff", and sister of dr. William-Aber-
nethy Drummond, above named, and had
issue, Robert, capt. R.N., killed in action ;
and

I. Sir JOHN-FORBES DRUMMOND,
of Hawthornden, bart., so created as above,
(with remainder to his son-in-law, Francis-
Walker Driinnnond, esc]., and the heirs
male of his body,) commander R.N., m.
Mary, da. of dr. Ogilvie, of Forfar, M.D.,
(and cousin and heiress, by virtue of settle-
ment, of Barbara l^ruiiimond, who tn.
William-Abcrnethy Drummond, M.D., and
was only child and heiress of William Drum-
mond, es(]., last of the ancient family of
Drummond, of Hawthornden, which Bar-
bara ct s.p. 1789,) and thereupon took the



surname of Drummond, in addition to and
after his paternal name of Forbes. By this
lady he had issue an only surviving da.,

Margaret-Anne, m. sir Francis-Wal-
ker Drummond, present bart.

Sir John Forbes d. 23 May 1829, and was
succeeded by his son-in-law,

II. Sir FRANCIS-WALKER DRUM-
MOND, present bart.

Anns— See Plate 55. Quarterly of four
grand quarters : 1st and 4th, quarterly 1st
and 4th, or, three bars wavy within a bor-
dure gules, Drummond ; 2d and 3d, azure,
three bears' heads couped close argent, muz-
zled gules, Forbes.

Crest -A dcmi Pegasus argent, winged, or.

Sitpporters — Two savages wreathed about
the temples and loins, proper.

Motto — Hos gloria reddit lionores.

Seat—Ai Hawthornden, co. Midlothian.



FKEELING.-LAFFAN.— MACGREGOR.



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FREELING, of Ford and Hutchings, co. Sussex.

11 March 1828.

Sir FRANCIS FREELING, Baronet, so. created as above; Secretary
to the General Post-Office, born 25 Aug. 1764, married, 1st, 24 April 1787,
Jane, da. of Christian Karstadt, of London, gent., and by her (who d. 5



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