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Cr. 20 July 1666.



I. Sir Thomas Putt, created as above, in. Ursula, da. and co-h. of sir
Richard Cholmondeleigh, of Grosmont, co. York, knt., and d. circa 1687.

II. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Margaret, da. of sir George Trevilian, of
Nettlecomb, co. Somerset, bart., but dying s.p. 5 May 1721, the title be-
came

Ext.



PYE, of Leckhampstead, co. Bucks.
Cr. 27 April 1641.

I. Sir Edmund Pye, created as above, d. s.p. 1672-3, when the title
became

Ext.



PYE, of Hoke, co. Derby.
Cr. 13 Jan. 1664-5.

I. Sir John Pye, created as above, m. Rebecca, da. of Nicholas Rain-
ton, of Enfield, co. Middlesex, esq., and d. circa 1697-

II. Sir Charles, s. and h., m., 1st, Philippa, da. of sir John Hobart, of
Blickling, co. Norfolk, bart. ; 2dly, Anne, da. of Richard Stevens, of East-
ington, CO. Gloucester, esq., and d. 12 Feb. 1721.

III. Sir Richard, s. and h., (by the 2d marriage,) d. nnm. 22 Nov.
1724.

IV. Rev. sir Robert, F.R.S., b. and h., d. unm. 23 May 1734, when
the title became

Ext.



PYM, of Brymmore, CO. Somerset.
Cr. 14 July 1663.

I. Sir Chari.es Pysi, created as above, m. Katherine, da. of sir Gilbert
Gerrard, of Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. Middlesex, bart., and d. circa 1672.

II. Sir Charles, s. and h., d. unm. 1687-8, when the title became

Ext.



EXTINCT BARONETAGE. 16S

PYNSENT, of Erthfont, co. Wilts.
Cr. 13 Sept. 1687.

I. Sir William Pynsent, created as above, m. Patience, da. of John
Bond, alderman of London, and d. circa 1719.

II. Sir William, s. and h., m. Mary, da. and co-h. of Thomas Jen-
nings, of Burton, co. Somerset, esq., and d. 15 June 1754.

III. Sir William, s. and h., d. s.p. 8 Jan. 1765.

IV. Sir Robert, cousin and h., in holy orders, (descended from a
younger son of the 1st bart.,) d. s.p. 1781, when the title became

Ext.



RADCLIFFE, of Derwentwater, co. Cuhberlaxd.
Cr. 31 Jan. 1630.

I. Sir Francis Radcliffe, created as above, m. Isabel, da. of sir
Ralph Grey, of Chellingham, co. Northumberland, lent.

II. Sir Edward, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. and sole h. of Thomas Bar-
ton, of Wenby, co. York, esq.

III. Sir Francis, s. and h., was created baron of Tindale, viscount
RatclifFe and Langley, and earl of Derwentwater, 7 March 1 687-8 ; he m,
Catherine, da. and co-h. of sir William Fenwick, of Meldon, co. Northum-
berland, knt., and d. 1697-

IV. Edward, 2d earl, s. and h., m. Mary Tudor, natural da. of Charles
II. by mrs. Mary Davis, and d, 29 April 1705.

V. James, 3(1 earl, s. and h., m. Anna-Maria, da. of sir John Webb,
bart.; taking part in the insurrection of 1715, he was taken prisoner,
found guilty of high treason, and beheaded 24 Feb. 1716, when his titles
became

Forfeited.



RAYNEY, of Wrotham, co. Kent.
Cr. 22 Jan. 1641-2.

I. Sir John Rayney, bart. of Scotland, created as above, m., 1st, Ka-
therine, da. of Thomas Style, of London, esq. ; 2dly, Frances, da. and co-h.
of Edward Gibbs, of co. Warwick, esq., and d. 3 March 1660.

II. Sir John, s. and h., (by the 1st marriage,) wi., 1st, Susan, da. of
Jeremy Blackman, of London, merchant; 2dly, Ellen, da. of William
Short, of CO. Middlesex, and d. circa 1680, ffit. 53.

III. Sir John, s. and h., »n., 1st, Vere, da. and co-h. of sir Thomas
Beaumont, of Gracedien, co. Leicester, bart. ; 2dly, Jane, da. and co-h. of
Thomas Manley, of Rochester, esq. ; and 3dly, Jane, da. of sir Demetrius
James, knt., of Ightham, co. Kent. Sir John d. Feb. 1704-5.

IV. Lieut.-col. Sir John-Beaumont, s. andh., d. unm. I7I6.

V. Sir Thomas, b. and h., d. s.p. 1721, set. 31, when the title became

Ext.



166 SYNOPSIS OF THE

READ, of Brockett Hall, co. Herts.
Cr. 16 March 1641-2.

I. Sir John Read, created as above, m. Susan, da. of sir Thomas
Style, of Wateringbury, co. Kent, bart., and d. Feb. 1693-4.

II. Sir James, s. and h., m. Love, da. and co-h. of Robert Dring, of
Isleworth, co. Middlesex, esq., and d. Oct. I7OI.

III. Sir John d. s.p. at Rome, 22 Feb. 1711-12, when the title became

Ext.

This title was assumed in 1810 by the rev. William Read, rector and
prebendary of Tomgi'any, co. Clare, under a pretended descent from sir
John, 1st bart. ; by this misrepresentation, his son obtained the honour of
knighthood as the eldest son of a baronet.



Reeve, of Thwaite, co. Suffolk.
Cr. 22 Jan. 1662-3.

I. Sir George Reeve, created as above, m. , da. and co-h. of

Robert Crane, of Chilton, co. Suffolk, esq., and d. circa 1679.

II. Sir Robert, s. and h., m. Margaret, sister of sir Richard Onslow, of
West Claudon, co. Surrey, bart., but dying s.p. circa 1 688, the title be-
came

Ext.



RERESBY, of Thrybergh, co. York.
Cr. 16 May 1642.

I. Sir John Reresby, created as above, m, Frances, da. of Edmund
Yarburgh, of Balne Hall, co. York, esq., and d. April ] 646.

II. Sir John, s. and h., m. Frances, da. of William Browne, of York,
esq., and d. May 1689.

III. Sir William, s. and h., d, unm,

IV. Sir Leonard, b. and h., d. unm. 11 Aug. 1748, when the title be-



came



Ext.



RICH, of Sunning, co. Berks.
Cr. 20 March 1660-1.



I. Sir Thomas Rich, created as above, «j., 1st, Barbara, da. of Gilbert
Morewood, of Scale, co. Leicester, esq. ; 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of William
Cockain, esq., alderman of London, and d. \b Oct. 1667, aet. 66.

II. Sir William, s. and h., (by the 2d marriage,) m. Lady Anne, da. of
Robert, earl of Aylesbury.

III. Sir Robert, s. and h., m. Mary, da. of sir William Walter, of
Sarsden, co. Oxon, bart., and d. 9 Nov. 1724.

IV. Sir William, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. of William Royall, of
Minstead, co. Hants, and d. I7 July 1762, set. 70.

V. Vice- Admiral sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Anne, da. and co-h. of Ri-
chard Willis, of Digswell, co. Herts, esq., but dying s.p J. 6 April 1803, the
title became

Ext.



EXTINCT BARONETAGE. IfiJ



RICH, of London.
Cr. 24 Jan. 1675-6.

I. Sir Chables Rich, created as above, m, Elizabeth, da. of

Cholmondeley, but d. s.p.m. 16 May 1677, aet. 59.

II. Sir Robert, son-in-law, and to whom the title was limited, m.
Mary, da. and co-h. of sir Charles Rich, above named, and d. 1 Oct. 1699.

III. Sir Charles, s. and h., d. s.p.

IV. Sir Robert, b. and h., m, , da. and co-h. of col. Griffin, one of

the clerks of the board of green cloth to queen Anne. Sir Robert was a
field-marshal in the British army, col. of the fourth regiment of dragoons,
governor of Chelsea Hospital, Londonderry, and Culmore Fort, in Ireland,
and d. 1 Feb. 1768.

V. Sir Robert, s. and h., m. Mary, sister of Peter, Ist earl of Ludlow,
but dying s.p. 19 May 1785, the title became

Ext.



RICHARDS, of Brambletye House, co. Sussex.
Cr, 22 Feb. 1683-4.

I. Sir James Richards, created as above, m., 1st, mrs. Anne Popely,
of Redhouse, in Bristol ; 2dly, Beatrice Herrera. Sir James settled in
Spain, where he d, circa 1705.

II. Sir John, s. and h., (by the 1st marriage,) a colonel in the Spanish
army, and afterwards a merchant at Cadiz ; d. unm.

III. Sir Joseph, half-b. and h., (by the 2d marriage,) d. unm. 2 June
1738.

IV. Sir Philip, b. and h., m. the eldest da. of the duke de Montemar,
commander-in-chief of the Spanish forces sent into Italy 1735. Sir Philip
was a general in the Spanish army, and had issue by his lady ; but nothing
further concerning the family has been ascertained.



RIDGEWAY, of Torbington, co. Devon.
Cr. 25 Nov. 1612.

I. Sir Thomas Ridgeway, created as above, was further advanced to
the dignity of baron of Gallen Ridgeway and earl of liondonderry, 22 Aug.
1622, m. Cicely, sister and co-h. of Henry Mackwilliams.

II. Robert, 2d earl, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. and h. of sir Simon
Weston, of Lichfield, knt.

III. Weston, 3d earl, s. and h., m. Martha, da. of sir Richard Temple,
bart.

IV. Robert, 4th earl, s. and h., m. Lucy, da. of sir William Jopson,
bart. of N. S., but dying s.p.m. 7 March 1713-14, the title became

Ext.



Ilp8 SYNOPSIS OF THE



ROBARTES, of Truro, co. Cornwall.
Cr. 3 July 1621.

I. Sir Richard Robahtes, created as above, was advanced to the dig.
nity of lord Robartes, baron of Truro, 1624. He m. Frances, da. andco-h.
of John Hender, of Botreaux Castle, co. Cornwall, esq., and d, 1634.

II. John, 2d baron, s. and h., took an active part with the rebels during
the civil wars, and was by them appointed governor of Plymouth ; he sub-
sequently promoted the restoration, and by patent, 23 July 1679, was ad-
vanced to the dignity of viscount Bodmin and earl of Radnor ; «?., 1st,
Lucy, da. of Robert, earl of "Warwick ; 2dly, Isabella, da. of sir John Smith,
Hnt., and d. 1685.

III. Charles-Bodville, 2d earl, grandson and h., (s. and h. of Ro-
bert, viscount Bodmin, s. and h. of John, 1st earl,) m. EHzabeth, da. and
h. of sir John Cutler, of London, knt., but d. s.p. 1723.

IV. Henry, 3d earl, nephew and h., (s. and h. of Russel Robartes,
next brother of the last earl,) d. unm. 1741.

V. John, 4th earl, cousin and h., (s. and h. of Francis Robartes,
younger son of John, 1st earl,) d. unm. 1764, when all his honours became

Ext.



ROBERTS, of Glassenbury, co. Kent.
Cr. 3 July 1629.

I. Sir Thomas Roberts, knt. and hart., created as above, m. Frances,
da. of Blartin James, of Smarden, co. Kent, esq., and d. Feb. 1627, aet. 67-

II. Sir Walter, knt. and bart., s. and h., m. Margaret, da. and h. of
George Roberts, of Brenchley, co. Kent, esq.

III. Sir Howland, grandson and h., (eldest son of Thomas Roberts,
esq., s. and h. of the last bart.,) m. Bridget, da. of sir Robert Jocelyn, of
Hyde Hall, co. Herts, knt., and d. Nov. 1661, set. 27.

IV. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Jane, da. and co-h. of sir John Beale, of
Faniingham, co. Kent, bart., and d. 20 Nov. 1706, aet. 48.

V. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. and h. of Samuel Newbery,
citizen of London, but d. s.p. 5 Jan. 1730, aet. 41.

VI. Sir Walter, b. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. and h. of William
Slaughter, of Rochester, esq., but dying s.p.m. 7 July 1745, the title
became

Ext.



ROBERTS, of WiLLESDON, co. Middlesex.
Cr. 8 Nov. 1661.

I. Sir William Roberts, created as above, m. Eleanor, da. and h.
of Robert Aty, of Kilbourne, co. IVIiddlesex, esq., and d March 1688.

II. Sir William, grandson and h., (s. and h. of William Roberts, esq.,
eldest son of the 1st bart.,) d. unm.

III. Sir William, cousin and h., (a. and h. of Thomas Roberts, esq.,
2d son of the 1st bart.,) m. Elizabeth, da. of Francis, lord Howard, of
Effingham, but dying s.p. 1700, the title became

Ext.



EXTINCT BARONETAGE. 169



ROBERTS, of Bow, co. Essex.
Cr. 2 Feb. 1680-1.

I. Sir John Roberts, created as above, m., 1st, Mary, da. of William

Amy, merchant, of the city of Exeter ; and, 2dly, Deborah, da. of

Powell, of Bristol, merchant, relict of Buffett, of London, silkman,

but dying s.p. 14 Dec. 1693, the title became

Ext.



ROBINSON, of Newby, co. York.
Cr. 30 July 1660.

I. Sir Metcalfe Robinson, created as above, m. Margaret, da. of sir
William Darcy, of Witton, co. Durham, knt., but dying s.p. 6 Feb. 1689,
the title became

Ext.



ROBINSON, of Kentwell Hall, in Lone Melford,

CO. Suffolk.

Cr. 26 Jan. 1681-2.

I. Sir Thomas Robinson, Prothonotary of the Common Pleas, created
as above, m. Jane, da. of Lumley Dew, of Bishop's Upton, co. Hereford,
esq., and was killed by leaping from his window, in the Inner Temple,
London, to escape from a fire, 12 Aug. 1683, aet. 65.

II. Sir Lumley, s. and h., m. Anne, da. and h. of John Lawrence, of
Westminster, esq., (who re-m. sir William Fowlis, of Ingleby, co. York,
bart.,) and d. 6 June 1684, st. 36.

III. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. of sir Thomas Hare, of
Stow Bardolph, co. Norfolk, bart., but dying s.p. 21 April 1743, the title
became

Ext.



RODES, of Barlborough, co. Derby.
Cr. 14 Aug. 1641.

I. Sir Francis Rodes, created as above, m. Elizabeth, da. and sole h.
of sir George Lascelles, of Sturton and Gateford, co. Nottingham, and d,
circa 1646.

II. Sir Francis, s. and h., m. Anne, da. of sir Gervase Clifton, of Clif-
ton, CO, Nottingham, knt. and bart., and d. 3 May 1651.

III. Sir Francis, s. and h., m. Martha, da. of William Thornton, of
Grantham, co. Lincoln, esq., and d. March 1675.

IV. Sir John, s. and h., d. unm. Oct. 1743, when the title became

Ext.



170 SYNOPSIS OF THE



ROKEBY, of Skyeks, co. Yohk.
Cr. 29 Jan. 1660-1.

I. Sir WittiAM RoKEBY, created as above, m. Frances, or Mary, da.
of sir William Hickman, of Gainsborough, co. Lincoln, knt.

II. Sir William, grandson and h., (s. and h. of Alexander Rokeby,
eldest son of sir William, 1st bart.,) m. Dorothy, da. and h. of Edward
Darcy, but dying s.p. 1 678, the title became

Ext.



ROTHWELL, of Ewerby and Stapleford, co. Lincoln.
Cr. 16 Aug. 1661.

I. Sir Richard Rothwell, created as above, d. s.p.m. 1694, when
the title became

Ext.



ROUSE, of Rouse Lench, WorcesTeH.
Cr. 23 July 1641.

I. Sir Thomas Rouse, created as above, m., 1st, Jane, da. of sir John
Fen-ers, of TamAvorth Castle, co. Warwick, bart. ; 2dly, Frances, da. of

David Murray, esq. ; 3dly, Anne, da. of . Sir Thomas took up

arms against his sovereign, and was a great supporter of Cromwell : he d.
27 May 1676, a;t. 68.

II. Sir Edward, s. and h., (by the 1st marriage,) m. Elizabeth, da. of
John Lisle, of Moxhall, co. Warwick, esq., but d. s.p. 5 Nov. 1677-

III. Sir Frakcis, half b. and h., (being son of the 1st bart. by his 2d
marriage,) m. JVances, da. of Thomas Archer, of Umberslade, co. Warwick,
esq., (who re-m, John Chaplin, of Taishwell, co. Lincoln, esq.,) but d. s.p.
.31 July 1687-

IV. Sir Thomas, whole b. and h., m. Anne, da. of Charles Hooker,
esq., but d, s.p. 29 Dec. 17^1, set. 57, when the title became

Ext.



RUDD, of Aberglassney, co. Caermarthen.
Cr. 8 Dec. 1628.

I. Sir Rice Rudd, created as above, m., 1st, Jane, da. of Thomas ap
Rice, of Richeston, co. Pembroke, esq. ; 2dly, Elizabeth, sister of sir John
Aubrey, of Llantrethied, co. Glamorgan, who d. s.p. Sir Rice d. May
1664.

II. Sir Rice, grandson and h., (only son of Anthony Rudd, esq., s- and
h. of sir Rice, 1st bart.,) m. Dorothy, sister of sir Francis Cornwallis, of
Abermarles, co. Caermarthen, and d. July 1701.

III. Sir Anthony, cousin and h., (s. and h. of Thomas Rudd, esq., 2d
son of sir Rice, 1st bart.,) »J., 1st, Magdalen, da. of sir Henry Jones, of



EXTINCT BARONETAGE. 171

Abermarles aforesaid, who d. s.p. ; 2dly, Beatrice, da. of sir John Barlow,
of Slebetch, co. Pembroke, bart.

IV. Sir John, s. and h., d. s.p. 15 July 1739, when the title became

Ext.



RUDSTON, of Hayton, co. York.
Cr. 29 Aug. 1642.

I. Sir Walter Rudston, created as above, «t., 1st, , da. of

Ramsden, who d. s.p. ; 2dly, Margaret, da. of sir Thomas Dawney, of
Seasay, co. York, knt., and d. circa 1655.

II. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Katherine, da. and co-h. of George
Mountayne, of Westow, co. York, esq , but d. s.p.m. after 1682, in which
year he was aged 43, when the title became

Ext.



RUSSELL, of Whitley, co. Worcester.
Cr. 12 March 1626-7.

I. Sir William Russell, created as above, m. Frances, da. of sir
Thomas Read, of Brocket Hall, co. Herts, knt., and d. circa 1609.

II. Sir Francis, s. and h., m. Anne, da. of sir Rowland Litton, of
Knebworth, co. Herts, knt., d. s.p.m. 23 Jan. 1705, aet. 68, when the title
became

Ext.



RUSSELL, of Chippenham, co. Cambridge.
Cr. 19 Jan. 1628-9.

I. Sir William Russell, created as above, »n., 1st, Elizabeth, da. of
sir Francis Cherry, knt., who d. s.p. ; 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Ge-
rard, of Burwell, co. Cambridge, esq. ; and, 3dly, Elizabeth, da. and co-h.
of Michael Smallpage, of Chichester, co. Sussex, gent., relict of John
Wheatley, of Catsfield, in the same county, esq.

II. Sir Francis, s. and h., (by the 2d marriage,) m. Catharine, da. and
h. of John Wheatly, above named.

III. Sir John, s. and h., m. Frances, da. of Oliver Cromwell, lord pro-
tector, widow of Robert Rich, esq.

IV. Sir William, s. and h., m. , da. of Gore, of Ireland, and

d. Sept. 1707-

V. Sir William, s. and h., d. s.p. in Ireland, June 1738.

VI. Sir Francis, b. and h., m. , da. of Gee, merchant.

VII. Sir William, s. and h., d. unm. 1757-

VIII. Sir John, cousin and h., (s. and h. of col. Charles Russell, only
son of John Russell, esq., 3d son of sir John, 3d bart.,) m. Catherine, da.
of gen. George Carey, 2d son of viscount Falkland, and d. 1783.

IX. Sir John, s. and h., d. s.p. June 1802.

X. Sir George, b. and h., d. s.p. 25 April 1804, when the title became

Ext.



l2



172 SYNOPSIS OF THE



RUSSELL, of Laugharne, co. Caermarthes.
Cr. 8 Nov. 1660.

I. Sir William Russell, son of sir William Russell, of Chip-
penham, bart., created as above, m. Hester, da. of sir Thomas Rouse,
of Rouse Lench, co. Worcester, bart., but dying s.p.m. circa 1714, the title
became

Ext.



SABYN, of Eyne, in Gravenhurst, co. Bedford.
Cr. 22aiarch 1671.

1. Sir JoHK Sabw, created as above, m. , da. and h. of William

Allayne, of Eyne, co. Bedford, but dying s.p. 1705, the title became

Ext.



SADLEIR, of Temple Dinsley, co. Herts*
Cr. 3 Dec. 1661.

I. Sir Edwin Sadleir, created as above, m. Elizabeth, da. of sir
Walter Walker, knt., LL.D., and d. July 1672.

II. Sir Edwin, s. and h., m. Mary, da. and co-h. of John Lorymer,
citizen and apothecary of London, relict of William Croon, M.D. Sir
Edwin sold the estate of Temple Dinsley, and dying s.p. 14 July 1719, the
title became

Ext*



ST. BARBE, of Broadlands, co. Hants.
Cr. 30 Dec. 1663.

I. Sir John St. Barbe, created as above, m. Grisel, da. and co-h. of
John Pynsent, esq., prothonotary of the Common Pleas.

II. Sir John, s. and h., w., 1st, Honora, da. of Richard Norton, of
Southwick, CO. Hants, esq. ; and 2dly, Alice, da. of hon. Richard Fiennes,
widow of John Horn, of Winchester, esq., but dying s.p. ^ Sept. 1723, set.
67, the title became

Ext.



ST. GEORGE, of Carrickermrick, co. Trim, in Ireland.
Cr. 5 Sept. 1660.

I. Sir Oliver St. George, created as above, m. Olivia, da. of Michael

Bei-esford, of Colerain, in Ireland, esq., relict of Thornton, and d.

1696.



EXTINCT BARONETAGE. 173

II. Sir George, s. and h., was created baron St. George, of Hatley St.
George, co. Roscommon, 1715, w. Margaret, da. of John Skeffington, vis-
count Massareene, but dying s.p.ra., 18 Aug. 1735, the title became

Ext.



ST. JOHN, of LoNGTHORPE, CO. Northampton.
Cr. 10 Sept. 1715.

I. Sir Francis St. John, created as above, m. 3Iary, da. of sir Na-
thaniel Gould, knt., but dying s.p.m. Sept. 1756, the title became

Ext.



ST. PAUL, of Snarford, co. Lincoln.
Cr. 29 June 1611.

I. Sir George St. Padi., created as above, m. Frances, da. of sir Wil-
liam Wray, knt., but dying s.p. 1614, the title became

Ext.



ST. QUENTIN, of Harpham, co. York.
Cr. 8 March 1641-2.

L Sir William St. Quentin, created as above, m. Mary, sister and
CO-h. of John I^acy, of Folkton, co. York, esq., and d. circa 1651.

II. Sir Henry, s. and h., m. Mary, da. of Henry Stapleton, esq., of
Wighill, CO. York.

III. Sir William, grandson and h., (eldest surviving son of William
St. Quentin, esq., s. and h. of the last bart.,) d. unm. 1723.

IV. Sir William, nephew and h., (s. and h. of Hugh St. Quentin,
esq., next brother who left issue, of the last bart.,) m. Rebecca, da. of sir
John Thompson, knt., lord mayor of London, and d. 177L

V. Sir William, s. and h., m. Charlotte, da. of Henry Fane, esq.,
brother to the earl of Westmoreland, but dying s.p. 22 July 1795, the title
became

Ext.



SALUSBURY, of Llewenny, co. Denbigh.
Cr. 10 Nov. 1619.

I. Sir Henry Salusbury, created as above, m., 1st, Hester, da. of sir
Thomas Middleton, of Chirk Castle, knt. ; 2dly, Ehzabeth, da. of sir John
Vaughan, earl of Carl>ery, and d. 2 Aug. 1632.

II. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Hester, da. of sir Edward Tyrrell, of
Thornton, co. Bucks, and d. 1643.

III. Sir Thomas, s. and h., d. unm. 1658.

IV. Sir John, b. and h., m. Jane, da. and co-h. of Edward Williams, of
Weige, CO. Caernarvon, esq., but dying s.p. 23 May 1684, the title became

Ext.



174 SYNOPSIS OF THE



SAMWELL, of Uptov, co. Northampton.
Cr. 22 Dec. 1675.

I. Sir Thomas Samwell, created as above, wi., 1st, Elizabeth, da. and
sole heir of George Gooday, of Bower Hall, in Pentlow, co. Essex, esq. ;
2dly, Anne, da. and heir of sir John Godschalk, of Atherston-upon-Stower,
CO. Warwick, knt., and d. Feb. 1693.

II. Sir Thosias, s. and h., (by the 2d marriage,) wi., 1st, Millicent, da.
of the rev. Thomas Fuller, D.D., rector of Hatfield, co. Herts ; 2dly, Mary,
da. of sir Gilbert Clarke, of Chilcot, co. Derby, knt., relict of William Ives,
of Bradden, co. Northampton, esq., and d. 16 Nov. 1757-

III. Sir Thomas, s. and h., (by the 1st marriage,) d. s.p.l. 3 Dec. 1779,
aet. 69.

IV. Sir Wen MAN, b. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Smith, of
East Haddon, but d. s.p. 18 Oct. 1789, when his estates devolved on his
nephew, Thomas-Samuel Watson, esq., and the title became

Ext.



SANDERSON, of Combe, in Greenwich, co. Kent.
Cr. 19 July I72O.

I. Sir William Sanderson, gentleman usher of the black rod, created
as above, m., 1st, Drury, da. and co-h. of sir William Wray, of Ashby, co.
Lincoln, bart. ; 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of Samuel Howe, esq., judge of the
Admiralty Court, relict of Simon Degge, of Derby, esq., and d. l^ 3Iay
1727.

II. Sir William, yeoman usher of the black rod, s. and h., (by the 1st
marriage,) m., 1st, Mary, da. of captain Richard Cook, of Greenwich ; 2dly,
mrs. Bignel, who d. s.p. ; and 3dly, Charlotte, da. of sir Richard Gough, of
Chelsea, co. Middlesex, knt. Sir William d. 16 Jan. 1754.

III. Sir William-Henry, s. and h., (by the 3d marriage,) d, unm.
30 Oct. I76O, aet. 15, when the title became

Ext.



SANDERSON, of London.
Cr. 6 Dec. 1794.



I. Sir James Sanderson, created as above, m., 1st, IHizabeth, da. of
John Judd, of Chelmsford, co. Essex, esq. ; and 2dly, Elizabeth, da. of
Thomas Skinner, alderman of London, but dying s.p.m. 23 June 1798,
the title became

Ext.



SANDFORD, of Howgill Castle, co. Westmoreland.
Cr. 12 Aug. 1641.

I. Sir Thomas Sandford, created as above, m. Bridget, da. of sir
George Dalston, of Dalston, co. Westmoreland.



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II. Sir Richard, s. and h., m. , da. of sir Francis Bowes, of Thorn-
ton, CO. Durham, knt., died in consequence of wounds received in the White
Fryars, London, 9 Sept. 1675.

III. Sir RiCHAUD, s. and h., d. unm. 2 April 1723, when the title
became

Ext.



SANDYS, of WiLBERTOK, CO. Cambridge.
Cr. 25 Nov. 1612.

I. Sir Miles Sandys, created as above, m. Elizabeth, da. of Edward
Cook, of North Cray, co. Kent, gent., and d. 1644, set. 82.

II. Sir Miles, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. and h. of Thomas Park, of
Wisbeach, in the Isle of Ely, but dying s.p., the title became

Ext.



SANDYS, of NoRTHBouRNE, CO. Kent.
Cr. 15 Dec. 1684.

I. Sir Richard Sandys, created as above, «j., 1st, , da. and h. of

Ward, prebendary of Salisbury ; and 2dly, , da. of sir Francis

Rolle, of Bictou, co. Devon, knt., but dying s.p.m. 2 May 1726, the title
became

Ext.



SAS VAN BOSCH, of Holland.
Cr. 22 Oct. 1680.

I. Sir Gelebrand Sas Van Bosch, so created as above, was secretary
to the admiralty, at Rotterdam, but of him or of his descendants nothing
is known.



SAUNDERSON, of Saxby, co. Lincoln.
Cr. 25 Nov. 1612.

I. Sir Nicholas Sauuderson, created as above, advanced to the
dignity of baron of Beautree, and viscount Castleton, in Ireland, 1628, m. Mil-
dred, da. and h. of John Eltoft, of Boston, co. Lincoln, esq., and d. circa 1630.

II. Nicholas, s. and h., 2d viscount, m. Frances, da. of sir George
Manners, of Haddon, and d. circa 1642.

III. Nicholas, s. and h., 3d viscount, d. s.p.

IV. George, b. and h., 4th viscount, m. Grace, da. of Henry, s. and h.
of Thomas Belasyse, lord Fauconberg, and d, circa J 714.



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V. James, s. and h., 5th viscount, was created baron Saunderson, of Saxby,
CO. Lincoln, 1714; viscount Castleton, of Sandbeck, co. York, 1716; and
earl of Castleton, 1720 ; but dying s.p. 1723, all his honours became

Ext.



SAVAGE, of Rock Savage, co. Chester.
Cr. 29 June 1611.

I. Sir John Savage, created as above, m. Mary, da. and co-h. of sir
Nicholas Alington, knt.

II. Sir Thomas, s. and h., m. Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Thomas Darcy,
earl Rivers, and was created, 6 Nov. 1G26, viscount Savage, of Rock Savage,
CO. Chester. He d. 1G35.

III. John, 2d viscount, s. and h., succeeded on the death of his maternal
grandfather, in 1639, to the earldom of Rivers ; m., 1st, Catherine, da. of
William, lord Moi-ley, of Mounteagle ; 2dly, Mary, da. of Thomas Ogle, of
South Dissington, co. Northtimberland, esq., and d. 1654.

IV. Thomas, 3d earl, s. and h., (by the 1st marriage,) m., 1st, Elizabeth,


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