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daunt, of Massingham in Norfolk, and Walton in Warwickshire,
Bart, and died April, 1738, leaving issue two sons and a daughter,
John, Charlesj and Mary.


Sir John Wodehoiise died August Qth, 17^4, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest surviving son. '

Twenty~i-ixth, Sir ARMi-SE,Jfth Baronet, was five times, in
the late arid present reign, elected kiught of the shire for the
county of Norfolk ; and in the year 1758, was appointed colonel of
the eastern battalion of the militia for the said county. He died
May 21st, 1777, his death being occasioned by a fish bone stick-
ing in his throat.

He married Lse'itia, eldest daughter and coheir of Sir Ed-
mund Bacon, of Gurboldisham in Norfolk, Bart, By this Lady,
who died in March, 17^9, he had issue four sons, viz.

First, Edinond, who died in 1755.

Second, John, the present peer.

Third, Phibp, born in May, 17-15, in holy orders, A.M. pre-
bendary of Norwich, and rector of Ingham in Norfolk; married,
Julv 29th, 1775, \pollonia, daugatt-r and coheir of John Nourse,
of Woode.iton in tlie county of Oxford, Esq. and has issue four
sons and lour daughters.

Fourth, Thoiuas, born in 1747, a barrister at law, lately de-
ceased ; married, Seitember 12ih, i782, Sarah, daughter of
Pryce C:^mpbell, of Stackpnle i. ourt in the county of Pembroke,
Esq. and sister to John, Lord Cawdor-, lett sons.

Sir John Wodehouse, sixth Baronet, now Lord Wode-
HousE, represented Norfolk in parliament, .uid was crenttd a
peer October 26lh, i7')7> by the title of Lord Wodehouse, of
Kemberley in Nor I oik.

He was born .;i \piil, 1741, and married, in March, 1769,
Soi)hi3, only child of Charles Berkeley, of Bruton Abbey in So-
mt:r etsh-re, brother to Loid Herkeley, of Stratton, whose titles
became extinct in 1773 ; by whom he has issue.

First, John, married, November 18th, 179^, Miss Norris,
only of the late John Norris, of Wilton Park in Nor-
folk, Esq by a daughter of thc' late Dean Townshend.

Second, Phdip, a captain iii the royal navy, born in 1773.

Third, Armine, born in 179^-

Fourth, William, born August 4th, 1782, in holy orders,
M. A. rector of Carleton-Forcho, Itteringham, and Mannington,
in Norfolk; married, February 11th, 1 B07, the eldest daughter
of U horaas Hussey, of Galirim in Irtland, Esq.

Fifth, Sophia, born December 26th, 1709.

Sixth, Letitia, born in 1774.


Seventh, Frances, died young ; and.
Eighth, Frances, born June 21st, 1779.

Titles. Sir John Wodehouse, Bart. Lord Wodehouse, of Kem*
barley in Norfolk.

Creation. A Baron by patent, October 26tb, 1797-

Arms. Sable, a chevron, or, gutte de sang, between three
cinquefoils, ermine.

Crest. A dexter hand issuing out of clouds, proper, holding
a club, with this motto about it, frappe forte, and under the arms,

Supporters. Two wild men, proper, wreathed about the head
and waist with oak-leaves, vert, each with a club over his shoulder,
of the last.

Motto. Agincourt.

Chief Seat. Kemberley, Norfolk.




This family is said to be originally of English extraction, but
long since went into France, and there settled) where we find
Thibaut Rouhault, SieuT de Boismenart, from whom this
house derives its descent: he lived in the year 1300, and about
that time married the Lady Jane de la Val, daughter of Guy
Comte de la Val, of Britany, one of the most ancient houses in
France, by whom he had one son, and one daughter, Tristan, and

Tristan, Sieur de Boismenart, (a person of great merit) mar-
ried Peronelle de Thouars, daughter of Louis, Viscount de
Thouars, and by her had only one son named John ; Jane was
married to Robert Dreux, Baron, and Seigneur D'Esneval, by
whom she had issue.

John, Sieur de Boismenart, only son of Tristan, was a valiant
knight, served long in the army, and distinguished himself upon
several occasions j he married the Lady Jane de Bellay, daughter
of the Prince D'yvetot, and by her bad two sons, viz. Joachim
and Abel (who was governor of Valogne», and served in the
French army with great reputation, and is much applauded by
Monstrelet), who died issueless.

Joachim, Sieur de Boismenart, de Gameches, and de Chatillon
began to make a considerable figure about the year 1439, being
at that time first master of the horse to the Dauphin of France,
afterwards King Louis XI. and served him in his wars almost
throughout the whole course of his reign, and was by him ad-
vanced to the dignity of a mareschal of France, great master of the


horse of France, and assisted in that quality when Louis XL made
his public entry into Paris; he was also governor of Paris, con-
stable of Bordeaux, and the government of Berberac, ofMont-
quion, of Blau, and of Fronsac He rendered his Prince great
service; and is recorded by the French historians in their cata-
logues of illustrious persons, as one of the greatest captains of
those enterprizing times. He married the Lady ranees de Volle-
veire, daughter of the Marquis de Buffet, and by her had three
sons, viz. Aloph, Thibaut, and John.

Alolph, eldest son to the mareschal Gamaches, married Ga-
brillede Montrigny, of the house of Sal vert, and by her had issue
only one son, named Alolph, who married Jaqueline de Soissons,
called Moreul ; from whom was lineally descended, after several
descents, the late Marquis de Gamaches, who resided at Gamaches
in Picardy.

Tkibaut, the second son of the mareschal, was governor of
Hesdin, and was highly signalized for his courage : he married
Jane de Sauveuse, heir of Sauveuse and Cangny, and by her had
only one daughter, married to the Seigneur de Ja Brosse.

John, the youngest son of the mareschal de Gamaches, went
into Flanders, where he settled, and married Jaqueline de Goderie
(as appears by the descent taken out of the herald's office at Brux-
elles, where he is called Jean Rushaut), and by her had a plenti-
ful issue.

From whom, in a direct male line, after several generations,
was descended, ^ 1

John RusHouT, of May lards in Essex, Esq. a merchant in
London, who coming to England was naturalized, 10 Charles I.
He died October 28th, l653, aet. sixty, having had two wives.

First, Anne, daughter of Joas Godschalk, of London, Esq.

Second, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Finet, Knight, relict
of John Godschalk, of London, Esq ; by the last he had no issue.

But by the first he had several sons, who all died s, p. except

James, of whom hereafter.

And three daughters ; first, Abigail, married to Sir Abraham
Cullen, of Upton in Warwickshire, Bart. ; second, Catherine,
married, first, to Sir John Maynard, of Tooting in Surrey, and
Iselham in Cambridgeshire, Knight ; secondly, to Francis BuUer,
of Chillingham in Cornwall, Esq. ; and third, Anne, married to
Sir William Adams, of Sprowslon in Norfolk, Bart.

a All hitherto stands on the authority of the Baronetages^


James Rushout, Esq. only surviving son and heir, was ihejirst
Baronet of this family, advanced to that dignity 13 Car. II. He
served in parliament for the corporation of Evesham upwards of
thirty years without interruption, except in the convention par-
liament at the revolution, when he had the honour to be chosen
by the county of Worcester.

In May, 1697, he was appointed ambassador extraordinary to
the Grand Seignior, but died in the February after, just as he was
ready to set out.

Having married Alice, the daughter and heir of Edmund Pitt, *
of Harrow on the Hill, in the county of Middlesex, Esq. (relict
of Edward Palmer, Esq. second son of Sir Jeffrey Palmer, Bart.)
he had five sons and four daughters, viz.

First, William.

Second, Alice, married to Edwin Sandys, of Ombcrsley in the
county of Worcester, Esq.

Third, Catherine, married with Samuel Pytts, of Kyre in the
county of Worcester, Esq.

Fourth, Sir James.

Fifth, William.

Sixth, Jane.

Seventh, Elizabeth, married, first. Sir George Thorold, of
Harmston in the county of Lincoln, Bart. 3 and secondly George,
late Earl of Northampton.

Eighth, Sir John ; and.

Ninth, George.

And three of the sons and one daughter died in their infancy.

Sir James Rushout, second Baronet, the eldest surviving son,
succeeded his father, and married Arabella, daughter of Sir Tho-
mas Vernon, of London, Knight, by whom he had issue

One son, Sir James, and two daughters.

Anne, who died young j and Elizabeth, married to Pawlet St.
John,"^ of Dogmersfeild in Hampshire, Esq. and died without

Sir James died in the year 1/05, and was succeeded by

Sir James Rushout, third Baronet, his only son, who died at
about «ine years old at Isleworth in Middlesex, September 21sf,
1711, whereupon the title and estate went to his uncle.

Sir John Rushout, the fourth Baronet, who served in the par-

b She brought a large fortune about Harrow com. Middlesex. ,
« Afteiw»idls created a Bart. Ob. circ. 1780.


liaments called in 171O, 1713, and 1714, for Malmsbury in Wilts,
and in the second parliament for King George I. was elected a re-
presentative in parliament for Evesham in Worcestershire, which
corporation he rrprtsented till 1768.

In the reign of King Ge)rge II. he was a lending opponent of
Sir Robert Walpole ; and particularly di^tinguished himsf-lf agaiast
the excise bill. On the fall of that minister, he was made one of
the lords of the treasury; and soon after Treasurer of the
Navy. He lived to a great age, dying February 2d, 1775, ast,
ninety-one. Dr. Na-,h says, " his memory, good-humour, and
politeness, were then in their full bloom ; old age, which in ge-
neral is not to be wished for, seemed in him rather an ornament
than a burden. His mother was a zealous protestant, and by her
apprehensions of popery on the accession of James II. is supposed
to have hastened his birth."

He married, October, I72g, Lady Anne Compton, fourth
daughter of George, Earl of Northampton, and by her, who died
1766, had issue one son, John ;

And two daughters; Elizabeth, married to Richard Myd-
delton, of Chirk-Castle in Wales, Esq.; and Anne, unmarried.

He was succeeded by his only son.

Sir John Rushout, fifth Baronet, and first Lord North-
wick, who represented Evesham in parliament, 178O, 1784,
1790 ; and on October 26ih, 1797) was raised to the Peerage, by
the title of Lord Northwick, of Northwickin Worcestershire.

His Lordship married, June 8th, 1766, Rebecca, daughter of
Humphrey Bowles, of Wanstead in Essex, Esq. and bad issue j

First, John, the present peer.

Second, George, in holy orders; married, January lOtb,
1803, Lady Caroline Stewart, daughter to John, the eighth Earl
of Galloway, K. T. and has a daughter, born October 26th, 1803.

Third, Anne.

Fourth, Henrietta, married, February I3th, 1808, Charles
Cockerell, of Sesincot in Gloucestershire, Esq.

Fifth, Elizabeth, born Decembtr 6'th, 1774, married, in June
1797. to Sydney Bowles, Esq. and has two daughters.

His Lordship died October 20ih, ISOO, and was succeeded by
his son

Johw, second and present Lord Northwick, born Fe-
bruary ]6th, 1770.

Titles. John Rushout, Lord Northwick, of Northwick in
Worcestershire, &c. Baronet.


Creations. Baron Northwick, by patent, October 26th, 1797,
and a Baronet July 17th, l66l.

Arms. Sable, two lions passant guardant, within a bordure
engrailed, or.

Crest. A lion passant guardant, or.

Supporters. Two angels, proper, winged and crined, or,
habited, argent, powdered with fleurs-de-lis and mullets, or, bound
round the waist with a sash, azure, holding in their hands a palm-
branch, vert.

Motto. Par ternis suppar.

C/iief Seats. Northwick-park, Worcestershire f Harrow,




William Powys mfirrled Emrae a widow, anno 6 Ed-
ward IL by whom he had

Thomas Powys, who was father of

Richard Powys, who had issue

JoHM Powys, ofMyvoltcom. Montgomery, who had issue,
first, Edward; second, Morrys; third, James; fourth, Lewis
Powys, from whom the family of Powys, of Cockshoult com.
Salop, arc descended.

James Powys, third son, was father of

First, Humph]-y Powys.

Second, William Powys, of Ludlowe com. Salop, born 10
Hen. VIL By his first wife Anne , he had issue.

First, Thomas Powys, of Abington, who by Joane his wife,
had issue, first, Thomas; second, John; third, Catherine, wife to
Dr. Hovenden, Warden of All Souls College, Oxf. and secondly
to Sir William Jones, Knight, Chief Justice of Ireland, and after-
wards one of the Justices of the King's Bench; fourth, Jane, wife
of John Young, Esq. 3 fifth, Alicea; sixth, Margery; seventh,

Second, Richard Powys.

Third, John Powys.

He married, secondly, Margaret, daughter of Richard Row-
bury, by whom he had issue,

Fourth, Isabel, wife of Richard Hail, of Grete,

Fifth , wife to Richard Bay ley.

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Sixth, Thomas, of whom presently.
Seventh, Edward Powys, of Ludlow.

Eighth, John Powys, of Brindrinocke, who had issue Thomas
Powys, of Brindrinocke, l663.
Ninth, William.
Tenth, Henry Powys.

Thomas Powys, sixth child, of Snitton com. Salop, born I
Eliz. died November 19th, 1639, having married Elizabeth,
daughter of Richard Smith, of Credenhill com. Hereford, Esq. by
whom he had issue.

First, Thomas, of whom presently.
Second, Christopher Powys.

Third, Peter Powys, of Hollins com. Salop, who married,
first, Elizabeth, daughter of William Cupper j secondly, Joane,
daughter and heir of John Morris, of Rochford. By his first wife
he had issue William Povvys.
Fourth, James Powys.

Fifth, Winifred, wife to Ambrose Rudge, of Tresell com. Staf-
ford ; sixth, Anne, wife of William Wall, of com. Heref. j

seventh, Mary, wife of John Merston, of Astcoate com. Salop;
eighth, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Mitton, of Shipton com, Salop,

Thomas Powys, eldest son, was a bencher of Lincoln's-Inn,
and aged forty-three in 1653. His first wife was Mary, daughter
of Sir Adam Littleton, of Stoke-Milburgh com. Salop, Knt. and
Bart. His second wife was Mary, daughter of John Coles, of
Woodcote com. Salop, Esq. by whom he had two sons, Robert
and Richard.

By his first wife he had issue a daughter, Anne, and four sons,


First, Sir Littleton Powys, Knight, aged fifteen, ]603; ji
baron of the Exchequer, October 28th, 1 695; a judge of the
Common Pleas, 1697 ; a judge of the King's Bench, January 26,
1700; resigned 1/26.

Second, Sir Thomas Powys, of whom presently.

Third, Edward Powys : for whom there is the following Epir
taph in Magdalen parish church in Oxford.

M. S.

Ed ward us Powys
Filius natu tertius


Thomse Powys Armigeri

De Henley, agio


Qui Frosapise fuit ornamentura,

Ut illi Prosapia :

Faellx admodum naturae dotibus,

Quas artium Liberalium studio

Iijgeniose auxit :

Scholae Salopiensis olim alumnus

Nuper Coll : Trin : Oxon : Commensalis^

In cujus gremio suavissime


. f Salutis ■) 166s

Anno ) ^ . ).

\ iEtatis 3 18

Fourth, John Powys.

Sir Thomas Powys, Knight, second son, being brought up to
the law, was appointed Solicitor Gexeral, April 26th, I6s6;
Attorney General, December 13th, l687j and a Judge of
the King's Bench, June 4tb, 1713, which was revoked in favour
of Sir John Pratt, October 26th, i;i4. He died April 4th, l/lp,
aged seventy, having married, first, Sarah, daughter of Ambrose
Holbecb, of MoUington in Warwickshire, Esq.; secondly, Eliza-
beth, daughter of Sir Philip Medows, Knight. By the former
wife he was father of Thomas Powys, his son and heir.

This Sir Thomas Powys purchased, in 1/11, the manor and
seat of Lilford in Northamptonshire.

The following account of his monument and epitaph at Lil-
ford, is taken from Bridges's History of Northamptonshire, vol,
ii. p. 245.

On the north side of the chancel is a very elegant monument
of white and grey marble, having at the top the arms and crest of
Pouys, viz. Or, a lion's paw erased in lend letween two cross
crosskls Jitche, gules ; crest, on a wreath a Uhe paiv holding a
sceptre. Below the arms are two cherubims on the wing, carry-
ing a winding-sheet, which falls between the pediment of grey
marble. The freeze and moulding are of the same m.arble. This
cornice is supported by two composite fiuted pillars with white
marble capitals. Between the pillars, on a tomb of while mable,
is the figure of Sir Thomas Powys in a judge's robe, reposing his
body on his right arm; and his left hand, which is placed on


his left knee, holding a roll. Joining to the pillar, at the head, is
a very expressive slatue of Religion ; and at the feet, the statue of
Eloquence; both of white marble. On a white mnrble tablet,
over Sir Thomas Powys, is the following inscription^ written by
Matthew Prior, Esq. the poet^


Here lyeth interred

Sir Thomas Powys, Knt.

Second son of Thomas Powys, of Henley

in the county of Salop, Serjeant at Law, and of

Anne, Daughter

of Sir Adam Littleton, of Stoke

Milburgh in the said

County, Bart.

By his first wife Sarah, daughter of

Ambrose Holbech,

of Mollington in the county of Warwick, Esq.

he had three sons, Thomas, Edward,

and Ambrose, "

and three daughters, Sarah, Anne, and


By his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of

Sir Philip Medows, Knt,

He had two sons, both named Philip.

He was appointed Solicitor General anno


Attorney General l6p7. Premier Serjeant at

Law 1/02,

One of the Judges of the Queen's Bench J 713.

He dyed the 4th of April 1719. Aged 70.

As to his profession,

In accusing cautious, in defending vehement j

In all his pleadings

Sedate, clear, strong:

In all his decisions

Unprejudiced and Equitable ;

He studied, practised, and governed the law

In such a manner, that

Nothing equalled his knowledge

Except his eloquence j


Nothing excelled both

Except his Justice :

And whether he was greater,

As an Advocate or a Judge,

Is the only cause he left undecided.

As to his life.

He possessed by a natural happiness

All those civil virtues, which form the perfect

Gentleman ;
And to those by di'ine s;oodness were added

That fervent zeal, and extensive charity,
Wtiich distinguished the perfect Christian.

The tree is known by his fruit.
He was a loving husband, and an indulgent


A constant friend, and a charitable patron ;

Frequenting the dc-'otions of the church.

Pleading the causf , and reheving the necessities

of tlie poor.

What by his example he taught throughout

his life.

At his death he recommended to his family,

and his friends :

To fear God, and live uprightly.

Let whosoever read this stone

Be wise, and be instructed.

Thomas Powys, of Lilford, E'iq.

Eldest son of Sir Thomas Powys, Knight,

Succeeded his father as in estate, so in virtue.

He married Catherine, daughter and coheir

Of Thomas Rdvenscroft,

Of Broadlane in the county ot Flint, Esq.

And by his last will and testament.

His piety ordered

That this monument should be sacred

To the ashes of his father ;

His humility forbad

That any other memorial

Should be raised to himself.

He dyed the 3d of March l/i^, aged 32.


Before the monument, which is enclosed with iron rails, arc
two black marbles, on one of which are the arms, mantle, helmet,
and crest of Sir Thomas Powys, and under ihem in capitals, Sir
Thomas Powys, Knight, ob- April 4lh, I719. On the other are
the arms, mantle, helmet, and crest ol' Thomas Powys, Esq. ; and
on an escutcheon of pretence, a cheveron between three hinds heads
erased, and beneath them in capitals, Thomas Powys, Esa. ob.
March 3d, l/if.

THOMAb Powys, Esq. of Lilford, alreadj' mentioned, who died
March 3d, 1720, was father, by Catherine Ravenscroft, of

Thomas Powys, of Lilford, Esq. who by Henrietta^ daughter
of Thomas Spence, Esq. of Sa.illr-row, had issue, first, Thomas;
second, Littleton, born June 15th, 1/48.

Thomas Powys, eldest son, first Lord Lilford, was born
May 4th, 1/43, and represented the county of Northampton, 1/74,
1780, 1734, 1790, 1796; and having for many years been an
active and useful member of the house of commons, was on Oc-
tober 26th, 1797, raised to the Peerage by the title of Baron
Lilford, of Lilford in Northamptonshire.

His Lordship married , sister of the present Sir

Horace Mann, Bart, by whom he had issue,

First, Thomas, the present peer.

Second, Lyttleton, in holy orders, married, July 24th, I8O9,
Miss Hatsell, of Morden-park, Surrey, and has a son, born Ja-
nuary, 1811.

Third, Frederic, in holy orders ; married, October 15fh, I8O7,
the Hon. Mary Gould, sister to Henry, late Lord Grey de Ruthyn,
and has a son, born July 22d, 1808.

Fourth, Charles, in the royal navy, died of the yellow fever at
Jamaica, August 13th, 1804.

Fifth, Henry, a lieutenant in the fifty-second regiment of foot.

Sixth, Helena, married, November igth, ISOO, the Hon. and
Piev. Richard Bruce Stopford, youngest son of James, late Earl of
Courtown, K. P. and has issue a son, born June 22d, 1808.

Seventh, Lucy- Amelia; "hth, Caroline, twins.

Ninth, Sophia; tenth, Anne; and eleventh, Louisa.

His Lordship died January 26th, 1800, and was succeeded by
his son,

Thomas, second and present Lord Lilford, who married,
December 5th, 1797, Anna-Maria, eldest daughter and heiress of
Robert Vernon Aiherton, Esq. of Atherton-hall in Lancashire.


Title. Thomas Powis, Lord Lilford, of Lilford in Northamp-

Creation. By patent, October 26th, 1797.

Arms. Or, a lion's gamb erased in bend, between two cross
crosslets, fitche, gules.

Crest. A lion's gamb erased, gules, grasping a sceptre, or.

Supporers. On the dexter, an husbandman in his shirt, with
ears of wheat round his hat, all proper, with a sickle in his hand,
or, and a garb lying at his feet of the last : on the sinister, a soldier
habited, vert, turned up buff", holding a sword, point downwards^
all proper.

Motto. Parta tueri.

Chief Seat. Lilford, Northamptonshire*



John Lister, of Derby, 6 Edvv, IL 1312, married Isabel, daugli-
ter and heir of John de Bolton, bowbearer of Bolland, and had

Richard Lister, of Derby, who was father of

John Lister, of Barnoldswick and Micldop, 4 Hen. IV. buried
at Salley Abbey, which estate of Middop he inheiited from his
grandmother, Isabel Bolton } the manor of Midhope, one of the
most extensive and valuable farms in Craven, having been parcel
of the great possessions of the above Boltons, and having passed
into the Lister family by the above, marriage in the reign of King
Edw. IL He was father of

Laurence Lister, who by the daughter of Richard Banester,
of Brokden, had issue,

Christopher Lister, oi Middof, l6 Edw. IV. who married
Joan, daughter of Sir William Calverley, of Caherley, Knight,
by Agnes, daughter of Sir John Tempest, Knight, / Edw, IV.
and had issue,

First, William, of Middop, of ivhom presently.

Second, Thomas, ancestor to Lord Bihl'lesdale, of whom here-

Third, Nicholas Lister, died s. p.

William Lister, nf Middop, Esq. eldest son, Avas buried at
Gisburn, 1537, having married Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of
Thurstan Banester, of Svvinden, by whom he had issue Chris-
topher Lister, 13 Henry VIIL 1521, who married Eleanor,
daughter and coheir of John Clayton, ol' Clayton in Lancashire,


Esq. and had by her the manor of Clayton. He was father of
William Lister, who is supposed to have purchased the manor of
Thornton in Craven, from John Manners, Esq. By his second wife
Bridget, daughter of Bartholomew Pigot, of Aston Rowen, com.
Oxf. widow of Thomas Banyster, of Broxdene, he had three sons
and three daughters 5 Bartholomewj Michael ; and Martin ; Rosa-
mond, wife of Thomas, son and heir of Sir John Soiithvvorth ;
Mary, and Ellen. But by his first wife, Anne, daughter of Roger
Mydhope, of Skipton, and heir to her uncle William, he had
issue, first, William, ob. s. p. j second, Laurence; third, Chris-
topher; fourth, John, died s. p. in Ireland; fifth, Elizabeth, mar-
ried John Breres, of Hammerton ; sixth, Isabel, married Henry
Bankes, of Bank-Newton, Esq. Laurence Lister, of Mydhope,
Esq. second but eldest surviving son, living 1585, married Everild,
daughter of John Sayer, of Richmondshire, and had two daughters
and a son; viz. Anne, wife of Giles Parker, by whom she had
Dorothy; Margaret, married to Stephen Haiierton, of Hellefield-
park, Esq.; and Sir William Lister, Knight, oi Thornton, who

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