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May 1796) had issue, 1. GEORGE-HENRY, assistant-secretary of

the post-office, 6. 22 Sept. 1789, ??i., 22 Feb. 1816, Jane, da. of Robert
Lang, of Moor Park, co. Surrey, esq., and has issue, Francis, b. 11 Dec.
1816 ; Henry-Hill, b. 12 Jan. 1818 ; Robert-Pennington, b. 17 April 1819,
</. 29 April 1820; Jane, i. 20 July 1821; Gertrude, b. 17 Aug. 1822
Liicjj, b. 8 Sept. 1823; Barhara-Dyneley, b. 22 Oct. 1825, d. 23 Mav 1828



Walter-Tiirner, b. 12 June 1827



- 2. Palmer, b. 1791
infants; 4. John-Clayton,



Charles-Benjamin, b. 1792, both d.
secretary to the board of excise, b. 26 Jan. 1794, m., 25 May 1818, Mary,
da. of Edward Coxe, of Hampstead, esq., and has issue, Edicard, b. 26 April
1819; Henry, b. 1820; Georgiana, b. Q Yeh. \^22 ; James-Rohert, b. 3

June 1825; Charles-William, b. 22 Jan. 1827 ; &• Charlotte, b.

9 Feb. 1795, m., 24 Sept. 1821, James-Heywood Markland, esq., barrister-
at-law. Sir Francis m., 2dly, 24 Feb. 1800, Mary, da. of Francis New-
bery, of Addiscombe, co. Surrey, esq., and by her (who d. Jan. 1804) had

issue, 6. Mary-31artha, b. 12 Jan. 1803. Sir Francis 772., 3dly, 20

Aug. 1805, Emily>Henrietta, da. of the rev. sir Peter Rivers, bart., and by

her (who (/. 19 Dec. 1812) had issue, 7* Francis-Rivers, 6. 31 July

1800; 8. James-Rivers, 6. 9 Aug. 1807, d. 1813; 9. Frances-
Emilia-Rivers, b. 22 Aug. 1809, m., 22 Jan. 1833, Thomas Bulkeley,
esq., 1st hfe guards ; 10. Charles-Rivers, b. 2 May 1811.



Anns— See Plate 55. Per fess indented or
and gules, three unicorns' heads, two and
one erased, counterchanged.

Crost — An unicorn's head erased, per pale



indented ermine and gules, armed, tufted,

and crined or.

Motto— Niinquam ni-fi hommficentissime.
Seat — At Ford and Hutchings, co. Sussex.



LAFFAN, of Otham, co. Kent.

15 March 1828.

Sir JOSEPH-DE-COURCY LAFFAN, Baronet, M.D., so created as
above, sometime Physician to the Forces, and Physician in ordinary to H.
R. H. the late Duke of Kent ; born 8 May 1786; married^ 1815, Jem-raa,
da. and co-h. of Paul Pilcher, of Rochester, esq.



Walter Laffan, of the city of Cashel,
esq., (son of Walter Laffan, of the same
place,) m. Eleanor, da. and co-h, of Richard
de Courcy, also of Cashel, esq., and d. 1815,
leaving issue by her, (who d. 18()5, )

1. Robert, Roman Catholic archbishop
of Cashel, d. 9 July 1833.

2. John, of Limerick, supervisor of ex-
cise, m, and has issue; 3.,



I. Sir JOSEPH-DE-COURCY, created a
bart. as above.

Anm—See Plate 55. Or, a lion rampant
sable, in the dexter fore paw a fleur-de-lis,
azure.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, an eagle dis-
played sable, semee of fleurs-de-lis, or.

Motto — Vincit omnia Veritas.

Seat— At Otham, co. Kent.



MACGREGOR, of Saville Row, co. Middlesex.

17 March 1828.

Sir WILLIAM MACGREGOR, Baronet, born 14 March 1817, suc-
ceeded his father, sir Patrick, 1st bart., July 1828.



John Macgregor, of Raigmore, co. In-
verness, d. 1775, leaving by his wife, Eliza-
beth, da. of John Grant, of Delrachnie, be-
sides other issue, a son and heir,

James Macgregor, of Bellimore, co. In-
verness, m. Margaret, da, of Alexander



Grant, of Tullochgorum, co, Inverness, and
d. in India 1794, having had issue by her,
(who d. Nov. 1821, aged 83,)

1, Charles, in the army, d. unnu in the
East Indies, 1782.

2. George, major in the East India Cora-



432



KEY.— SLADE.



pany's service, and governor of Cuddalore,
d. unin. 1810.

3. James, in the army, d. at Bastia, unm.
1795.

4. Sir Patrick, 1st bart.

5. WiLLiAM-GoRDON, lieut.-col.

6. Helen, rf.M«m.

I. Sir PATRICK, 1st bart., serjeant-sur-
geon to his Majesty, and personal surgeon
to H. R. H. the late duke of York, b. 30
June 1777, was created a bart. as above, m.,
12 Nov. 180(3, Bridget, da. and h. of James
Glenny, of Quebec, es()., and had issue,

1. Sir William, 2d bart.

2. Charles, b. 8 Nov. 1819.

3. Anne-Grant ; 4. Georgiana.



5. Bridget-Margaret, m., 10 Sept. 1833
rev. Joseph Sortain.

6. A DA.

Sir Patrick d. July 1828, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, present and 2d bart.

Anns — See Plate 55. Argent from a mount
base, an oak tree surmounted by a sword in
bend proper, and in chief two eastern crowns
gules, all within a bordure engrailed of the
last.

Crest — A human hand couped at the wrist,
and holding a dagger erect proper, pommel
and hilt gold.

Motto — (Over the crest) — Ein do, mid spare
not.



KEY, of Thornbury, co. Gloucester.
17 Aug. 1831.

Sir JOHN KEY, Baronet, so created as above, horn 16 Aug. 1705,
elected Alderman of Langbourn Ward 1823, served the office of Sheriff of
London and Middlesex 1825, and was elected liord Mayor of London 1830
and 1831 ; mar^ried^ 17 Aug. 1814, Charlotte, youngest da. of Francis
Green, of Denmark Hill, and of Doi'king, co. Surrey, esq., and has issue,

1. KINGSMILL-GROVE, b. 7 May 1815 ; 2. Thomas-Kelly,

b. 10 June 1819; 3. Elizabeth-Susan; 4. Lucy- Wilson ;

'■ 5. Charlotte-Marian.



Jonathan Key, of Hampstead, co. Mid-
dlesex, esq., (son of Jonathan Key of Lon-
don, and grandson of Jonathan Key, of
Newport, co. Salop, gent.,) was b. about
1735; m. Elizabetli, da. and sole heir of John
Garrett, of Weston under Lizeard, co.
Stafford, (and granddaughter of the rev.
Samuel Garrett, rector of Weston under
Lizeard, and arclideacon of Salop,) and d.
12 March 1805, leaving issue by her, (who
d. 25 Feb. 1812,)

1. John, father of sir John.

2. Jonathan.

3. William-Cade, d. 1823, leaving issue.

4. Henry-Garrett, of Tulse Hill, co.
Surrey, m. and has issue.

5. Sarah.

John Key, of Denmark Hill, co. Surrey,
esq., eldest son of Jonathan, m. Mary-Anne,
da. of Bluett Jones of Iron Acton and



Thornbury, co. Gloucester, and d. 28 Aug.
1821, having had issue by her, (who also 3.
in 1821, shortly before her husband,)

1. Sir John, created a bart as above.

2. Kingsmill, d. unm. 24 April 1819.

3. Jonathan-Muckleston, of Heme
Hill, CO. Surrey, m. Susanna, da. of Charles
Birch, of Norwood, esq., and has issue,

1. Charles-Jonathan.

2. Mary-Sophia.

4. Mary, m. the rev. George-Wade Green,
of Titherington, co. Gloucester.

5. Elizabeth; 6. Susan.
7. Sarah; 8. Charlotte.

Arms — See Plate 50. Per cheveron dove-
tailed ermine and gules, three keys erect or.

Ci est — On a mount vert a hart lodged full
faced proper, charged on the body with
three mullets fesswise sable.



SLADE, of Maunsell House, co. Somerset.
30 Sept. 1831.

Sir JOHN SLADE, of Maunsell House, co. Somerset, Baronet, so
created as above, Lieut. -Gen. in the army, and col. of the 5th dragoon
guards, born 30 Dec. 17G2, married.^ 1st, 20 Sept. 1792, Anne-Eliza, da. of
James Dawson, of Fork Hill, co. Armagh, esq., by whom (who (/. 24 Dec.

1819) he had issue, 1. Charlotte-Susan, b. 20 July 1795, ?n., 6

April 1823, Henri, marquess de Faverges, a Sardinian noble; 2. JOHN-
HENRY, 6. 8 July 179G; 3. Anne-Eliza, b. G Dec. 1797, r«., 1

March 1821, Wadham Wyndham, esq., M.P. ; 4. Charles-George,

b. 30 Sept. 1799 ; 5. Frederick-William, b. 22 Jan. 1801 ; 6.

Marcus-John (twin with Frederick); 7« Adolphus, b. 22 May

1802; 8. Ernest-Augustus, b. 30 June 1805; 9. Alfred-
Robert, lieut. R.N., 6.7 Oct. 180G, d. at sea, 20 Dec. 1829. Sir John



ANSON. -DOUGLAS.



433



w., 2dly, 17 June 1822, Matilda-Ellen, da. of James Dawson, of Fork Hill,

esq., and has issue, 10. Heubert-Dawson, b. 27 May 1824; 11.

Wyndham, b. 30 Aug. 1826 ; 12. William-Hicks, b. 9 Dec. 1829 ;

13. George-Fitzclarekce, b. 13 S>ept. 1831.



Henry Slade, of Burstock, co. Dorset,
esq., m. Mary Case, and d. 1780, leaving
issue,

1. John.

2. Henry, 6. 172fi, m., 17(51, Anne, da. of
John Forsey, of Thomcomb, co. Devon,
and rf. 12 Nov. 1811, leaving i>sue.

3. James, capt. R.N., b. 1732, d, unm.
I8O7.

4. Hannah, m. rev. William Gibbs, rec-
tor of Burstock.

5. Mary, d. unm. I8I7.

John Slade, of Maunsell House, and a
commissioner of the Victualling Board,
eldest son of Henry, was 6. 10 May 1720, m.,
2 Feb. 1754, Charlotte, da. of Joseph Por-
tal, of Freefolk, Hants, esq., and rf. 27 Aug.



1801, leaving issue by his wife, (who d. 25
Oct. 1815,)

1. Sir John, created a bart. as above.

2. Charlotte, b. 1756, m., 20 March
1787. Alexander Cobham, of Shinfield, co.
Berks, esq., and rf. 5 Dec. 1830.

3. Sophia, b. 17(50, m., March 1799, Wil-
liam Portal, of Laverstok House, Hants, esq.

Arms — See Plate .56. Quarterly of six, ar-
gent and sable, three horses' heads erased of
the last : on a chief ermine, two bombs fired
proper.

Crest — On a mount vert, a horse's head
erased as in the arras, within an arch of
chain gold.

Motto — Fidits et audax.

Seat — Maunsell House, co. Somerset.



ANSON, of Birch Hall, co. Lancaster.
30 Sept. 1831.

Sir "WILLIAM ANSON, of Birch Hall, co. Lancaster, Baronet,
so created as above, Lieut -General in the army, and K.C.B. ; born 13 Aug.
1772 ; married., 26 Jan. 1815, Louisa-Frances-Mary, only child of John
Dickenson, of Birch Hall aforesaid, esq., (and of Mary his wife, da. of
Charles Hamilton, esq., son and heir of lord Archibald Hamilton, 7th son

of William, 3d duke of Hamilton,) and has issue, 1. JOHN-WIL-

LIAM-HAMILTON, b. 26 Dec. 1816; 2. Mary-Louisa, b. 5 Jan.

1818; 3. William-Vernon-Dickenson, b. 10 Feb. 1819; 4.

George-Henry-Greville, b. 19 July 1820; 5. Anne-Georgi-

ana-Frances, b. 14 July 1822 ; 6. Louisa-Frances-Maria, ft. 16

April 1826 ; 7* Archjbald-Edward-Harbord (twin with Louisa).



Sir William is uncle of Thomas-Wil-
liam Anson, earl of Lichfield. (See Debrett's
Peerage).

Arms — See Plate 56. Argent, three bend-
lets engrailed gules; a crescent for difference.



Crest— Out of a ducal coronet or, a spear-
head proper

Motto — \il desperandum.

Seats — Buck Hall, co. Lancaster; and
Grundesburgh Hall, Woodbridge, Suffolk.



DOUGLAS, of Glenbervie, co. Kincardine.
30 Sept. 1831.

Sir ROBERT-ANDREW DOUGLAS, Baronet, Capt. 12th Regt. of
Foot ; born 25 April 1807, succeeded his father, sir Kenneth, 22 Nov. 1833.



The paternal ancestors of the present
bart. descended from Alexander Mackenzie,
4th son of Colin, 11th baron of Kintail,who,
about 1618, acquired the lands of Kilcoy, co.
Ross, by marriage witii Anne Fraser, da. of
the tutor of Lovat, and widow of James
Stewart, of Kilcoy. His great great grandson,

Donald- Mackenzie, of Kilcoy, m.,
1716, Elizabeth, da. of John Mackenzie, of
Highfield, and had (besides other issue)
Colin, his son and heir, who continued
the line of Kilcoy, and a 7th son,

Kenneth, m. Janet, only da. of sir Ro-
bert Douglas, of Glenbervie, bart., sister
and heir of sir Alexander Douglas, of Glen-
bervie, and had issue, besides several das.,

I. Robert, drowned at sea on his return



from India, unm.

2. Sir Kenneth, 1st bart.

3. Donald, m. and left issue.

4. Alexander, of Bursleton, co. Hants,
m. and has issue.

I. Sir KENNETH, of Glenbervie, co.
Kincardine, N.B., bart., so created as above,
lieut. -general in the army, and col. of the
5tith foot, took the surname and arms of
Douglas bv royal sign manual, 1831, m., 18
Dec. 1804,'Rachael, only child and h. of Ro-
bert Andrews, of Hythe, co. Kent, esq., and
had issue,

1. Sir Robert-Andrew, 2d bart.

2. Kenneth, lieut. 58th foot, 6. 14 July
1809.

3. ALEXANDER-Dot'GLAS, ensign 53th

U



434



OTWAY.-CAMPBELL.



foot, h. 22 Dec. 1811, m., 17 April 1834, Anne,
youngest da. of Joseph , esq., of Blen-
heim House, Southampton.

4. Edward, h. 14 March 1815.

5. LvNEDocH, h. 28 Oct. 1818.

6. Donald, &.7 July 1821.

7. Rachel, h. 21 Feb. 1817.

Sir Kenneth d. 22 Nov. 1833, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,



II. Sir ROBERT-ANDREW, present
and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 56. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, argent, a human heart ensigned by
an imperial crown proper; on a chief azure,
three mullets ardent, 2d and 3d argent, a
cross raguly sable.

Crest — A salamander in flames proper.

Motto — Jamais ai-riere.



OTWAY, of Brighton, co. Sussex.

30 Sept. 1831.

Sir ROBERT-WALLER OTWAY, Baronet, so created as above,
Vice-Admiral of the White, K.C.B., born 2G April 1770, married^ 15
Aug. 1801, Clementina, eldest da. and co-h. of Admiral John Holloway, of

Wells, CO. Somerset, and has issue, 1. Henry, A. 1802, d. an infant ;

■ 2. Elizabeth, 6. 18 Sept. 1803, d. unm. 1828; 3. Clemen-
tina-Matilda, b. June 1805; 4. Augusta, b. Feb. 1808; 5.

Emily, b. 28 Aug. 1810 ; G. ROBERT- WALLER, b. 22 July 1813 ;

7- Charles-Cooke, b. June 1815; 8. George-Graham, b.

Sept. 181 G ; 9. Letitia, i. Sept. 1818 ; 10. Adelaide-Louisa,

(to whom her present Majesty was sponsor,) b. June 1819; 11. Ar-
thur-John, b. Aug. 1820; 12. Martha, b. Oct. 1821; 13.

Edward-John, b. April 1822.



Henry Otway, of Castle Otway, co.
Tipperary, d. about 173(», leaving (besides
other issue) a son and heir, T/nmuis, who
nt. Martha, sister of Thomas, 1st lord Dun-
alley, and rf. without issue 1786, and a
younger son.

Cooke Otway succeeded his brother,
Thomas, at Castle Otway, n>. Elizabeth,
da. of Robert Waller, of Lisbrian, co. Tip-
perary, esq., and sister of sir Robert Wal-
ler, bart., and d. Dec. 1800, leaving issue by
her, (who d. 1807,)

1. Henry, of Castle Otway, esq., m., 25
Feb. 1790, Sarah, only da. and at length heir
of sir Thomas Cave, of Stanford Hall, co.
Leicester, bart., (who took the surname of
Cave in addition to and after Otway by
royal sign manual, 12 March 1818,) and d.
13 Sept. 1815, leaving issue.

2. Sir Robert, created a bart. as above.

3. Samuel, of Cheltenham, in holy or-



ders, m. and has issue.

4. Sir LoFTTis-WiLLiAM, major-gen., C.B.,
a knight of Charles III. of Spain, m. Frances,
only da. of sir Charles Blicke, of Caroon
Park, CO. Surrey, knt., and has issue.

5. George, major 58th foot, d. in Ja-
maica, 1804.

0. Martha, m., 1st, George Hartpoole,
of Queen's County, esq., and 2dly, 10 Sept.
1800, the hon, Francis Aldborough Prittie,
son of Lord Dunally, and d. March 1802.

Arms — See Plate 56. Argent, a pile sable,
over all a chevron counterchanged. On a
chief azure, an anchor erect, encircled by a
wreath of laurel or between, on the deleter
a demi-Neptune proper, issuant out of a
naval crown gold, and on the sinister a mer-
maid proper.

Ci-est — Out of a ducal coronet or, a cross
calvary also or, between two wings sable.



CAMPBELL, of New Brunswick.

30 Sept. 1831.

Sir ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, Baronet, so created as above, Major-
General in the Army, Col. of the 77th foot, and liieut. -Governor of New

Brunswick, G.C.B. and K.T.S. ; married Helen, da. of ]\Iacdonald, of

Garth, CO. Perth, and has issue, 1. Archibald, cha])lain in India, d.

untn.^ 1831 ; 2. JOHN, in the army ; 3. Maria-Macdonald, w.,

in the East Indies, lieut.-col. John-James Snodgrass ; 4. Helen-
Maria; 5. Laura-Susan. Sir Archibald served throughout the

Peninsular war, attached to the Portuguese army, and has the honorary
distinction of a cross and a clasp, for the battles of Alltuera, Vittoria, the
Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, as also the order of the toM'er and sword.
He also commanded in chief the British forces during the Burmese war.



FOSTER.— M'GRIGOR.



435



Duncan Campbell, of Milntown, in
Glenlyon, co. Perth, tn. Janet, da. of rev.
Alexander Robertson, minister of Fortin-
gall, and had, (besides other issue,) Archi-
bald, lieut. in the army, who 7n. Margaret,
da. of James Small, capt. in the army, and
had, besides other issue,

I. Sir ARCHIBALD, created a bart.

Amis — See Plate 56. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, gironny of eight or and sable; 2d, ar-
gent, a lymphad sable ; 3d, or, a fess checquy
argent and azure: in the centre point of the
whole a heart gules, ensigned with the an-
cient crown of Scotland, or. On a chief, (of
honourable augmentation, granted pursuant
to a royal warrant,) argent, a mount vert.



inscribed" Ava" in letters of gold, thereon
a Burmese stoccade proper, between a re-
presentation of the gold cross and clasp con-
ferred on him for nis services during the
Peninsular war, as above recited; on the
dexter, pendent from a ribbon gules fim-
briated azure : and on the sinister, pendent
from a ribbon azure, the badge of the
Portuguese order of the tower and sword.

Crests — 1st, on a mount vert a Burmese
warrior qu horseback, armed and accoutred
proper ; 2d, out of an eastern crown or, a
demi-lion issuant proper, supporting with
the dexter paw a crowned heart, as m the
arras.



FOSTER, of Stoxehouse, co. Louth.

30 Sept. 1831.

The Right Hon. Sir AUGUSTUS-JOHN FOSTER, of Stonehouse, co.
Louth, Baronet, P.C., G.C.H., so created as above; some time his 31ajesty's
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Den-
mark, and now to the King of Sardinia ; born Dec. 1780 ; married^ 1815,
Albinia-Jane, da. of the hon. George-Vere Hobart, and sister of George-
Robert, earl of Buckinghamshire, and has issue, 1. FREDERICK-
GEORGE; 2. Cavendish -Henry ; 3. Vere-Hobart.



John Foster, of Dunleer, co. Louth,
esq., m., 10 Dec. 17('4, Elizabeth, youngest
da. of William Fortescue, of Neuragh, co.
Louth, esq., and d. Ki May 1/47, leaving
issue by her, (who d. 20 Oct. 1762, act. 77,)

1. Anthonv, whose eldest son, John Fos-
ter, was created baron Oriel, of P'errard's
Town. (See Debrett's Peerage.)

2. Thomas, of whom hereafter.

3. William, of Dunleer, m. Patience, da.
of John Fowke, of Dublin, esq., and rf. 24
Aug. 1783, leaving issue,

1. John-William, b. March 1745, ni.
Rebecca, da. of Hamilton M'Clure, of
Dublin, esq., and had issue, 1. WilUnm ;
2. Henri/; 3. Frederick ; 4. Charles,- 5.
Elizabeth; 6. Lonsia; "/. Emilia.

4. Samuel, d. young.

5. Margaret, m. Stephen Sibthrop, of
Brownston, co. Louth, esq.

6. Susanna, d. unm. 1805.



7. Charlotte, m. sir Nicholas Forster,
bart.

Thomas Foster, 2d son, D.D., rector of
Dunleer, co. Louth, b. 16 Nov. 1709, m., 4
May 1740, Dorothy, da. of William Burgh, of
Birt, CO. Kildare, and d. 1784, leaving issue,

John-Thomas Foster, m., 2 April 1776,
lady Elizabeth Hervey, da. of Frederick,
earl of Bristol, and d. 10 Oct. 1796, leaving
issue by her, (who;-e-m. William, late duke
of Devonshire, and d, his widow 30 March
1824,)

1. Frederick-Thomas, b. 2 Oct. 1777,
M.P. for Bury St. Edmunds, I8I7.

2. Sir Augustus-John, created a bart.
as above.

Arms — See Plate 56. Argent a cheveron
vert between three bugle horns sable stringed
gules.

Crest — A buck trippant proper.

Seat — Stonehouse, co. Louth.



M'GRIGOR, of Camden Hill, co. Middlesex.

30 Sept. 1831.

Sir JAMES IVI'GRIGOR, of Camden Hill, co. Middlesex, Baronet, so
created as above, M.D., fellow of the royal societies of London and Edin-
burgh, and of the Royal College of Physicians of those cities, K.C. and
K.C.T.S., director-general of the army medical department, and physician
in ordinaiy to his Majesty ; knighted 28 July 1814 ; boi-n 9 April 1771 ;
married., 22 J \\r\e 1810, IMary, da. of Duncan Grant, of Lingeston, co.
Moray, N.B., (and sister of sir James Grant, knt., inspector of hospitals,
and of sir Lewis Grant, K.C.H., governor of Trinidad,) and has issue,

1. CHARLES-RODERICK, b. 2 May 1811; 2. Jane, b. 14

Sept. 1815 ; 3. Walter-James, b. March I8I7.



Sir JAMES is the eldest son of Col-
quhoun M'Grigor, of Aberdeen, merchant,
who d. 1800, by Anne, his wife, da. of Lewis
Grant, of Lethendrey, in Strathspey, N.B.,



and had two brothers, Robert, of Aberdeen,
merchant, who d. unm., and Charles, lieut.-
col. in the anny, ;«., and has issue.
Arms—^ee Plate 56. Argent, a fir-tree

u 2



4S6



HARTY.— JONES.— GREENHILL.RUSSELL.



vert, surmounted by a sword, point up-
wards, in bend dexter proper, pomel and
hilt gold; in the dexter chief an eastern
crown gules. On a chief azure a tower or,
between the badge of the order of the tower



and sword on the dexter, and that of the
crescent on the sinister.

Crest— A lion's head erased gules, crowned
with an eastern coronet or.

Motto — Scnoghal mo dhream.



HARTY, of Prospect House, Roebuck, co. Dublin.

30 Sept. 1831.

Sir ROBERT-WAY HARTY, of Prospect House, Roebuck, co. Dub-
lin, Baronet, so created as above, lord-mayor of Dublin, 1830-31 ; married^
21 March 1807, Elizabeth, da. of John Davis, of Eden Park, co. Dublin,

esq., and has issue, 1. ROBERT; 2. Marcus; 3. Charles-

Alsop ; 4. Henry; 5. Louisa-Matilda; 6. Henrietta-



-7- Adelaide-Emma-Jane.



Elizabeth



Timothy Harty, of Kilkenny, esq., m.
Margaret, da. of John Lockington, of Kil-
kenny, esq., (by Margaret, da. of Robert
Way, of Killree, co. Kilkenny, esq.,) and had
issue,

1. Sir Robert-Way, created a bart. as
above.

2. William, of Dublin, M.D.

3. Joseph, a major in the army.

4. Susannah, m., Jan. 1790, sir Thomas



M'Kenney, bart.

Arms — See Plate 56. Or, on a fess sable
between three trefoils slipped vert, as many
martlets volant or.

Crest — A falcon's head erased proper,
charged on the neck with a trefoil slipped
vert, between two wings erect or, each
charged with an hurt.

Motto — Malo mori qitdm fiedari.

Seat — Prospect House, co. Dublin.



JONES, of Cranmer Hall, co. Norfolk.
30 Sept. 1831.

. Sir JOHN-THOMAS JONES, of Cranmer Hall, co. Norfolk, Baronet,
so created as above, Colonel in the Royal Engineers, Aide-de-camp to his
Majesty, and C.B. ; born 25 March 1783; married, 20 April 1816, Catha-
rine-Maria, da. of Effingham Lawrence, of New York, and late of London,

and has issue, 1. LAWRENCE, b. 10 Jan. 1817 ; 2. Willough-

3. Emily-Florence, A. 18 April 1822; 4.



b. 24 Nov. 1820



BY,

Herbert



•Walsingham, b. 10 Oct. 1826.



John Jones, of Fakenham, co. Norfolk,
b. 1704, m. Anne, da. of rev. Thomas Wace,
of Bury St. Edmund's, and d. 14 Jan. 17G9,
leaving (besides other issue) a son,

John Jones, of Landguardfort, b. 18
Nov. 1751, m., 1780, Mary, da. of John Ro-
berts, an officer in the 29th foot, and d.
1806, leaving issue by her, (who d. 1816,)

1. John -Thomas, created a bart. as
above.

2. George-Mathews, capt. R.N., b. 5
April 1785, d. imm. 30 April 1831.

3. William-Daniel, a major in the royal
artillery, b. 3 July 1787, m., 1828, Eliza, da.
of George Smith, of Nottingham, and has
issue,

1. Dashwood, b. Feb. 1829.

4. Henry-Taylor, in the ordnance civil
service at Chatham, b. 3 July 1787, »"•> 23
Oct. 1828, Caroline-Munster, da. of major-
gen. Wulff", royal artillery, widow of sir
Richard Hardinge, bart., and has issue,

1. Ernest, b. 27 Oct. 1829.



2. Emily, b. 20 July 1831.

5. Harry-David, capt. royal engineers,
6. 14 March 1792, m., 1824, Charlotte, da. of
the rev. mr. Hornsby, and has issue.

Two sons and 2 das.

6. Mary-Annk, b. 1781, m. Michael No-
vosielski, of Bath, esq., and d. s.p. 1828.

7. Anna-Craven, 6. 1794, d. unm. 1821.

8. Charlotte, b. 1796, d. imm. 1809.

9. Eliza-Hyam-Wace, b. 1799, m., 1821,
major George Unitt, R.A., and d. 1826.

Anns — See Plate 56. Azure on a fess, or,
abomb between two grenades fired proper;
in chief a castle argent, and over it the
word. " Netherlands" in letters of gold;
in base a lion couchant argent, round the
neck a medal or, hung by a ribbon gules,
fimbriated azure.

Crest— \w front of a castle, as in the arms,
a lion couchant argent, gorged with a wreath
of laurel, and susjjended therefrom an esco-
cheon gulcs, charged with a medal or.

Mottu — Murte et Arte.



GREENHILL.RUSSELL, of CnEcauERS Court, co- Buckingham.

30 Sept. 1831.
Sir ROBERT GREENHILL.RUSSELL, of Checquers Court, co.



CHAYTOR.— BECHER.



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Buckingham, Baronet, so created as above ; took the surname of Russell
in addition to that of Greenhill, and the arras of Russell only, by royal
license, 13 May 1815.



Sir William Russell, of Chippenham,
CO. Cambridge, treasurer of the navy, was
created a bart. 1629, and dying 1645, was
succeeded by his son and heir.
Sir Francis, 2d bart., who was father of
Sir John, 3d bart., who m. Frances,
widow of Robert Rich, and da. of the Pro-
tector Cromwell, and cL 1670, leaving issue
by her, (who d. 1 Feb. 1720.)

1. Sir William, 4th bart.

2. Rich, d. 1734, without male issue.

3. John, of Duke Street, Westminster^
VI. a sister of sir Charles Eyre, and d. 5 Dec.
1755, leaving issue,

1. Charles, father of the 8th bart.

2. Frances, sometime bed-chamber wo-
man to the Princess Amelia, sister of king
George III., w. JohnRevett,of Checquers,
CO. Bucks, esq. ; d. s.p.

3. Mary, ?n. Holmes, and d. s.p.

4. Elizabeth, m. Samuel Greenhill, and
was grandmother of the present bart.

Sir William, 4th bart., d. 1707» leaving
two sons,



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