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Bristol, 14 March 1795; mar. at St. Andrew's,
Holborn, London, 23 Aug. 1817. Sold Wills-
bridge House in 1837 ; acquired by purchase
the Castle of Wartensee, and bur. 12 Aug.
1856 in a vault of the chapel there, in which
chapel is a M.I. to him. Will dated 18
Oct. 1855 ; proved at St. Gall in Aug. and
at Canterbury 19 Aug. 1856.



arie Henriette Elizabeth, only child Richard

of William Armfield Hobday, by Eliza- Still

beth Dorothea, da. of William Ivory Pearsall,

of Moseley, co. Worcester. Born 23 born 16

Nov. 1802 ; mar. aged 15 years ; died Aug.

at Inmanstaad, Lake of Constance, 1796 ;

Grand Duchy of Baden, 12 Aug., and bur.

bur. 14 Aug. 1865 at Inmanstaad, at St.

with M.I. Peter's,

Arms : Gules, a fess fusilee argent Bristol,

and azure, between three mullets of 31 May

the second pierced of the field. 1798.



I I I
John Still Robert Lucas de Pearsall of Castle Wartensee, Elizabeth Stilt
Pearsall, born at Willsbridge 3 and bapt. 27 Oct. 1820 at Pearsall, born
born 17 Sept. Oldland Chapel, Bitton ; educated at the Imperial at Willsbridge
1818 at College of Engineers, Vienna. Lieutenant 4th 8 March 1821 ;
Willsbridge; Uhlans (the Emperor's Own) 14 Nov. 1839; re- bapt. at Old-
died there on tired from the Austrian service 1848. Descended land Chapel,
3 and bur. at through his great-grandmother Philippa Still Bitton, 5 April
St. Peter's, from Edward I. by both his Queens. Entered his following ; mar.
Bristol, 8 pedigree at Heralds' College, London, 1836. Miss- at the English
Sept. 1820. ing 14, found drowned 15, and bur. 21 Dec. 1865 Embassy, Paris,
in the Catholic Cemetery, Tower Hamlets, Bow. 15 Jan. 1839.



: Charles
Wynd-
ham
Stan-
hope,
7th Earl
of Har-
rington;
born 6
Aug.
1809.



Philippa Swinner-=
ton Pearsall, her
father's executrix ;
born at Wills-
bridge 6 Feb. 1 824 ;
bapt. 18 March
following at Old-
land Chapel ; mar-
riage settlement
dated 15 Sept.
1857 ; mar. at the
Bavarian Chapel,
St. James's, West-
minster, 17 Sept.
1857, and the same
day at St. James's
Church, West-
minster ; living in
1868. 2nd wife.



: John Hughes of ClevelandRow,=
St. James's, Westminster, and
the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-
Law, 3rd son of William Hughes
of Penylhaudd, co. Denbigh, and
some time of Gayton Mansion,
co. Northampton ; heir male of
Hughes of Gwerclasin Edeirnon,
co. Merioneth, Lords of Kimmer
and Barons of Edwinon. De-
scended from Prince Owen
Brogyntyn, Lord of Edeirnon,
Dynmael, and Abertanet in
Powys, son of Madoc ap Mere-
dith, last reigning Prince of
Powys. Born 6 Oct. 1805.

Arms : Argent, a lion ram-
pant sable, armed and langued
gules.



Dorothea (her husband's cousin), eldest
da. of Richard Hughes Lloyd of Gwer-
clas in Edeirnon, Kimmer yn Edeirnon,
co. Merioneth, Plymog in Llanf erris, co.
Denbigh, and Bashall, co. York ; heir
general of Hughes of Gwerclas and
Kimmer yn Edeirnon ; derived pater-
nally from Ednyfea Vychan, Lord of
Brynfinigh. Born at Gwerclas 3 Jan.
1809 ; mar. at Llanferris 5 July 1832 ;
died in Cleveland Row, St. James's, 27
Jan. 1848 ; bur. in Gayton Church, co.
Northampton, 3 Feb. 1848. 1st wife.

Arms : Gules, a chevron ermine be-
tween three Englishmen's heads couped
at the neck proper.



Talbot de Bashall Hughes, born at Gay-
ton Mansion 15 Dec. 1836; a Lieuten-
ant in Cape Mounted Rifles. f



152



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



Henry Pearsall,:
born 11 March
1762 ; mar. 12
Mavl793 ; died
27 Nov. 1830,
aged 68 ; bur. at
Greenwich.



: Mary, da. of Thomas Wincle,
by Sarah his wife, da. of
Joseph Goodchild, and sister
of Ann, wife of Robert
Filmer, younger son of Sir
Edmund Filmer, 6th Bart.



Samuel Pearsall of^=Sarah Cres-
Mayshill, co. Glou- wicke,da. of

cester, born 6 Aug Cres-

1769 ; bur. at Bit- wicke, clerk ;
ton 25 Jan. 1800. bur. at Bit-
Will dated 19 Nov. ton 20 Sept.
1799. 1803.



Martha
Pearsall,
born 25 Oct.
1752; died
unmar. 13
Jan. 1775,
aged 23.



Two daughters, died infants ; bur. at Bitton.



ahn



John Pearsall,:
born 6 Jan. 1795;
mar. Nov. 1824 ;
emigrated to
Australia.



=Mary, Henry Robert Pearsall of 8 Tyndale Place, :
da. of Islington, and of Norwood, Surrey ; born
. . . . 25 March 1801 ; bapt. at St. Saviour's,

Holmes. Southwark ; mar. at All Saints', Norwood,
5 June 1847.



I I

John Pearsall, born 17
March 1826 ; died in
Australia.

Henry Pearsall, born
and died on the voyage
to Australia.



.... Pearsall,
a da. ; mar.
.... Mathew.
Died in Aus-
tralia.



I I
Henry Still Pearsall, born 7
Jan., bapt. 6 Feb. 1849 at
St. Giles, Camberwell.



: Hannah,da.of Tho-
mas Pascall, born 17
July, bapt. at Croy-
don 30 Aug. 1822 ;
living 1868.



Robert
March
Giles.



Pearsall, born 3
. . . ; bapt. at St.



Frank Pearsall, born 8
March . . . . ; bapt. at
St. Mary's, Islington.

Herbert Pearsall, born
20 Nov., bapt. 23 Nov.
1859 at St. Mary's,
Islington.



William
Pearsall,
died in-
fant.



Mary Pearsall, born
12 Feb. ; bapt. at St.
Saviour's, South-
wark, March 1797 ;
living 1868, unmar.



I
Sarah Pearsall, born 31
Dec. 1793 ; bapt. at St.
Saviour's, Southwark,
Jam 1799 ; living 1868
unmar. at Blackheath.



Ann Pearsall, born 28 April^Charles



17 . . ; mar. at St. Alphage's,
Greenwich, 20 Dec. 1828 ;
bur. at All Saints', Nor-
wood, 17 Dec. 1823.



*



Wooder-
sen of
Norwood,
Surrey.



Pedigree 8U (Vide page 147.)

John Still, D.D., Bishop of Bath and Wells.=^Jane Horner. 2nd wife.



Thomas Still of Somerton, co. Somerset, devised to him by :
his father. Acquired in 1613 by purchase the Manor of
Shaston near Shaftesbury, co. Dorset, with its seat
Anketill's Place. JEt. 12 at his father's death. Bur. at
St. James's, Shaftesbury, 1640. Will dated July 1636 ;
proved 4 July 1641 at Canterbury (P.C.C., Evelyn 70).



: Bridget, posthumous da. of Gawen
Champernoune, Esq., of Dartington,
by Lady Gabrielle Roberta Mont-
gomery, which lady remar. Thomas
Horner, half-brother of Bishop Still's
second wife. Born 1592 ; bur. at St.
James's, Shaftesbury, 1631.



Jane Still, devisee for life
of premises at Durleigh
from her uncle John Still
of Durleigh.

Bridget Still, living 1636.

Francis Shelton, mar. 1641.



I I II

Ursula Still, living 1636.

Frances Still, living 1636.

Elizabeth Still, living 1636.

Mary Still, living 1636.

W. Howe.



Ann Still, =f=Robert Thorpe of Shaston



mar.
1666.



Holy Trinity; died 18
Sept. 1671 ; bur. in
Church of Holy Trinity,
Shaftesbury, with M.I.



I
John Still of Shas-
ton St. James ;
bur. at St. James's,
Shaftesbury, 1667.
Will dated 18 Oct.
1666; proved 12 Feb.
1667.

A



^Margaret Grubham, sister of Sir George Grubham Howe of Cold Berwick,
St. Leonard's, Wilts, M.P. for Hindon, created a Bart. 20 June 1660 ; and
da. of Sir George Howe, i Knight, of Cold Berwick, M.P. for Hinton, by
Dorothea, da. of Humphrey Clarke alias Woodchurch of Woodchurch,
Kent. Bur. at St. James's, Shaftesbury, 1699.

Arms : Or, a/ess sable between three wolves' 1 heads of the second, langued
gules, in chief a crescent for difference.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



153



I I
George Still,
died young.

Richard Still,
died vouner.



Mabel, da. of Thomas^John Still of Shas- :
Shirley ; bur. at St. I ton St. James,
James's, Shaftesbury, eldest son ; bur.
1674. 1st wife. | St. James's, Shaf-

tesbury, 1707.



=Honor, da. of Henry Whitaker of
Motcombe, co. Dorset ; bur. at St.
James's, Shaftesbury, in 1690. 2nd
wife.

Arms : Sable, a fess between
three mascles argent.



Mabel=William



Still,
mar.
at St.
James's,
Shaftes-
bury.



Howe of
Somer-
ton, co.
Somer-
set.



I I I
Henry Still, died young.

William Still, died young.

John Still of Shaston St.
James, ob. s.p. 1734-5.



I I
Mary Still,
died un-
mar.

Elizabeth
Still, died
unmar.



I

Bridget=Robert



Still,
mar.
1706;
ob. s.p.



Hayward
of Fresh-
ford, co.
Somer-
set.



Honor Still,
mar. John
Cooper of
Freshford.



I
Thomas Still, living
and under age 18 Oct.
1666 ; died 1670 ;
bur. at Shaston St.
James.



Nathaniel Still of Clowdes House in East=pElizabeth,da. of



Knoyle, Wilts, and of Middle Temple,
Barrister-at-Law ; underage 18 Oct. 1666.
Will dated 1 March 1701 ; proved at Can-
terbury. Bur. at East Knoyle 8 Oct. 1702.



Rev. Richard
Lackett ; bur. at
East Knoyle 12
March 1718.



I
Bridget Still,
living 18 Oct.
1666 ; died
1679.



I

Robert Still of Clowdes^
House ; born 20, bapt.
30 Dec. 1684 ; mar. 1
Oct. 1719; died 19 and
bur. 26 May 1728 at
East Knoyle.



: Elizabeth, da. and eventual heir of William Nathaniel Still,

Willoughby of West Knoyle, Wilts ; bur. born 30 Sept.,

at East Knoyle Feb. 1767. bapt. 23 Oct.

Arms: Quarterly — 1 and 4, Sable, a cross 1686; bur. at

engrailed or; 2 and 3, Gules, a cross moline East Knoyle 14

argent, all within a bordure compone'e June 1726.
argent and the third.



Elizabeth
Still, born
29 July
bapt. 25
Aug. 1691;
died un-
mar. 1723.



Nathaniel=i=Sarah, Elizabeth Still,=Capt. Mary Still, born Jane Still,born=T. Pit-
Still of da. of born 14 Dec 26 July, bapt. 11 at Clowdes 14 man of

Salisbury; Dr. 1721; bapt. 20 Baron. Aug. 1723; died Feb., bapt. 15 Mere,

born 25 Thomas Jan. 1722 ; died unmar. and bur. March 1726 ; Wilts.

May and Tatem at Gibraltar 18 at East Knoyle 10 died 1802.

bapt. 25 of Mere, Sept. 1749. July 1753.

June 1725. Wilts.



Robert Still:
of Dean's Or-
chard, Mere,
Wilts. Died
1811.



=Sarah, da. of Richard Dickson Skrine of Warleigh Manor, co. Somerset, by Eliza-
beth, da. of John Tryon of Colly Weston, co. Northampton. (Mrs. Elizabeth
Skrine died at Lymington, Hants, 25 May 1800, aged 74. M.I. there.)

Arms : Azure, in dexter chief and sinister base a tower argent, in sinister
chief and dexter base a lion rampant ermine, crowned or, Skrine ; Azure, a

fess embattled at the top, between six estoiles, three and three, or, Tryon.



Nathaniel Tryon Still of Dean's Or-
chard, Wilts, and Castle Hill, Ax-
minster, Devon, J. P. for Devon and
Dorset, and D.L. for Devon. Some
time Fellow New College, Oxford.
Capt. Life Guards, and Major Dor-
set Militia. Died 9 July 1862, bur.
at Seaton, Devon.



: Mary, sister of General Sir John Ridout Bing-
ham, K.C.B., and da. of Col. Richard Bingham
of Bingham Melcombe, Dorset, by his 2nd wife
Elizabeth, da. of John Ridout of Dean's Lease,
Dorset. Born 1778 ; died at Musbury, Devon,
1 Oct. 1870, aged 93 ; bur. at Seaton, Devon.
Arms : Azure, a bend cotised or between six
crosses pattee of the second.



Henry

Thomas

Still,

died

young.



Henry

Tryon

Still,

died

infant

in

1808.



Henry Buckley
Stillborn 1808;
died 1809.

George Parker
Stillborn 1810;
died unmar. ;
bur. 18 July
1828, aged 18.



John Thomas Still of :
Dean's Orchard, and
Seaton, co. Devon ;
born 13 Dec. 1820;
mar. 20 Feb. 1845.
Capt. 24th and 30th
Regiments andDorset
Militia. J.P. for
Devon.

c



=Charlotte Mal-
locke, da. of
Charles Bond
of Axminster,
Esq., by Char-
lotte his wife,
da. of Rawlin
Mallocke of
Hill House,
Axminster.



Eleanor Still,
born and died
1805.

Eleanor Still,
born 1807 ;
died unmar.
26 Dec. 1829,
aged 22.



I I
Henrietta
Still, born
1812; died
unmar. 13
March 1838,
aged 25.

Emma Still,
born 1813.
Died infant.



154



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



c|



John Nathaniel 1
Still, born 6
June 1847.
Lieut. 25th
Regiment, and
Capt. Wilts
Militia.



z Agnes Vannan, da.
of Peter Rintoul,
Esq., of Bothwell,
co. Lanark, N.B.,
Merchant of Glas-
gow, by Janet his
wif e,da. of Andrew
Vannan of Bo'ness,
co. Linlithgow.



I I

Charles Still,
born 8 May
1849 ; died
young.

George Still,
born 1854 ;
died 1884.



Arthur=pFrances Liddes-



Still, born
10 Feb.
1855; mar.
in 1878.



dale, da. of ... .
Bruce, Esq., of
Birkenhead,
Cheshire.



Four sons and one daughter.



James

Tryon

Still,

born

1860;

died

1865.



Constance Radeglence Still, born 14 Sept. 1874.



William Skrine Still, born
16 Nov. 1862.



Harry Willoughby
born 21 July 1864.



Still,



I I
Mabel Mary Still, born
June 1853.

Charlotte Leonora Still,
born 22 Nov. 1856.



I I
Constance Jane Still,
born 12 Nov. 1858 ;
died July 1869.

Florence Catherine
Still, born 16 Nov. 1867.



I
Thomas Parker
Still, born
1869; died
1871.



James Still of East Knoyle, born and bapt. 29 Aug.=pSusanna, da. of John Stent of London.
1720 ; mar. 23 Nov. 1746 ; died 1803. Died 24 Sept. 1786.



Susannah Still, born at East=Thomas Brettell
Knoyle 16 May, bapt. 20 June of Stourbridge,
1755; mar. there 1777. co. Worcester.



Sarah Still, born at Clowdes House=Paul
17 Dec. 1762 ; bapt. 19 May 1763 ; Amsinck
mar. at East Knoyle 1788. of Bath.



Kev. John Still, LL.B., of Berwick House,=
Wilts ; Rector of Fonthill Gifford, and Vicar
of Chicklade,Wilts; Prebendary of Salisbury
25 Sept. 1824; born at Clowdes House 13 Jan.
1761 ; bapt. 19 March 1761 ; mar. 1800 ; died
1839.



Ann, da. of Elizabeth Still, born= John Ralph
T. Tippetts at East Knoyle 4 Rackham of
of Durs- July, bapt 23 Aug. Bungay

leigh, co. 1751 ; mar. at East House, St.

Gloucester. Knoyle 1772. Mary, Suf-

folk.



I
Eev. John
Still, Vicar
of Ingles-
ham, Wilts;
born 10
April, bapt.
12 Aug.
1801; died
unmar. 13
May 1833.



Laura Frances, 3rd da,
Ralph Price of Syden-
ham, Kent, granddaugh-
ter of Sir Charles Price
of Spring Grove, Rich-
mond, 1st Bart. ; mar. 27
Aug. 1840. 2nd wife.

Arms : Chiles, a lion
rampant-reguardant ar-



of=pRobert Still=



Still=
of Lincoln's
Inn, and of
Sutton Hill,
co. Surrey ;
born 1803 ;
mar. first 27
Aug. 1840.



Caroline
Sarah, da. of
the Rev.
George Ashe,
Vicar of Sod-
worth, and
great-grand-
daughter of
Bishop
Home.
1st wife.



Mary Ann=Samuel
Still, born Taylor
19 April, of
bapt. 3 Eccle-
Oct.1802; stone
mar. 27 Hall,
Jan. 1825. co.
Lan-
caster.



Eliza

Still,

born

in

1803.



Albert Price Still,
born 9 Nov. 1841 ;
Lieut. R.N. ; died
3 Nov. 1864.



Stafford

Francis

Still,

born

3 July

1843.



I
John Still,
born 18
May 1845.



Willoughby
Edward
Still, born
3 Dec. 1846.



Ernest

Robert

Still,

born

19 July

1852.



I I I

Ellen Laura Still.

Lelina Frances Still.
Edith Mary Still.



Robert Still, born
at East Knoyle 25
Nov. 1756 ; bapt.
2 May 1757; died
unmar. 1822. Sur-
geon of Salisbury.



Peter Still of Lincoln's Inn and Devon-=pMary, da. of William Strong of



shire Street, London ; born at Clowdes
House 11 Nov. 1759 ; bapt. 31 July 1760 ;
mar. 8 June 1795 ; died at Bath 28 Feb.
1832 ; bur. at East Knoyle.



Lincoln's Inn ; born 20 May
1766. Purchased advowson of
Cattistock. Died in London 20
Sept. 1841 ; bur. at Kensal
Green Cemetery.



See Pedigbee 3S, page 157.



James Charles Still, born at East=
Knoyle 28 Oct. 1753 ; bapt. 17 Dec.
following ; mar. at East Knoyle
30 June 1783. Died 1828.

D



^Charlotte, da. of the Rev. Charles Wake, D.D., Rector of East
Knoyle, and Prebendary of Westminster, son of the Rev.
Edmund Wake, Prebendary of Canterbury. Died 1842.
Arms : Or, two bars gu, and in chief three torteaux.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



155



Susannah^Rev. Henry Worsley, LL.D., Rec- Elizabeth Still, =j=Sir William George Parker,



Still,
born at
Olowdes 2
July 1785.



tor of St. Lawrence, Isle of Wight;
bapt. at Carisbrook 8 May 1782 ;
eldest son of the Rev. Henry
Worsley, D.D., Rector of Gat-
combe, and grandson of Sir
Edward Worsley, Knight.



born at Clowdes
16 Feb. 1787;
mar. Aug. 1803;
died 22 April
1863.



2nd Bart., Vice-Admiral of
the White.

Arms : Ermine, an anchor
erect azure betweenthree escal-
lops gules, on a chief wavy of
the second a naval coronet or.



Two sons and three daughters.



*



Five sons and six daughters. See ' Baronetage.'



Frances Mary Still, =i=Charles Pinney of Camp House, Clifton, born 20 April 1793 ; Mayor of
born at Clowdes 27 Bristol 1830-31 ; 2nd son of John Pretor, who assumed the name and
Nov. 1795 ; mar. 8 arms of Pinney on succeeding to the estates of that family.
March 1831 ; died Arms : Quarterly — 1 and 4, Gules, three crescents or, from each a
1860 ; bur. in Clif- cross-crosslet fitchee argent, Pinney ; 2 and 3, Or, an eagle displayed
ton Church. vert with two lieads, armed gules, Pretor. See Burke's ' Landed Gentry.'



Frederick Wake
Pinney.



I
John Charles
Pinney.



Mary Jane=pRev. Godfrey Thring, Rector of Alford with
Pinney. Hornblotton, and Prebendary of Wells.

See Pediobee of Thring, page 80.



James Charles
Still, born at
Clowdes 13
Nov. 1788 ;
bapt. 15 Nov.;
died 4
1789.



Charlotte Still, born at Clowdes— George Law of Lincoln's Inn, 2nd son of



24 March 1784 ; bapt. 19 May
following ; mar. 27 Sept. 1808 ;
died 21 Aug. 1835 ; bur. in
Walcot Churchyard, Bath. Co-
heir to her father.



the Rev. John Law, D.D., Archdeacon of
Rochester (by the Honourable Mary Carey, da.
of Lucius Charles, 6th Viscount Falkland),
son of Stephen Law, E.I.C.S., Governor of
Bombay, whose family came from Stafford-
shire.

Arms used : Argent, an eagle displayed
vert with two heads, armed gules.



George Still^Emma, da. of Thomas Hal- Katherine=f=The Rev. Charles Old Goodford, D.D.,



Law of
Palace
Gardens
Terrace,
Kensington,
and of Lin-
coln's Inn,
Esq. ; edu-
cated at
Winchester ;
graduated
at Oriel, Ox-
ford.



herine=F



liday of Ewell, Surrey,
Esq., by Maria Margaretta
his wife, da. of the Rev.
James Morrice of Bettes-
hanger, co. Kent, by Mary
his wife, da. of Adrian
Colter Ducarel. She was
a granddaughter of Dr.
Hall id ay, Court Physician
to the Emperor Paul at St.
Petersburg ; and sister of
Sir Frederick James Halli-
day, K.C.B., Lieutenant-
Governor of Bengal, Mem-
ber of the Indian Council ;
and of General John
Halliday.

Arms of Halliday : Er-
mine, a sword in pale
proper the hilt within a
crescent in base gules, a
canton azure charged with
a saltire of the first.



Lucia
Law, 3rd
da. ; mar.
28 March
1844.



Provost of Eton College, Rector of
Chilton Cantelo with Ashington, co.
Somerset ; born at Chilton Cantelo 15
July 1812 ; educated at Eton; graduated
at King's College, Cambridge, in 1836 ;
Deacon 1843 ; Assistant Master at Eton
College and Head Master 1853 to
1862, when he became Provost in place
of Dr. Hawtrey. Succeeded to the
family estate at Chilton Cantelo on
the death of his brother Henry. He
was the eldest surviving son of John
Goodford of Chilton Cantelo, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., by Charlotte, sister of
Sir Montague Cholmeley of Easton Hall,
Bart. The Provost was a magistrate
for Somerset, and died at The Lodge,
Eton College, 9 May 1884 ; bur. at Eton.
Arms : Azure, on a chevron between
three boars' heads argent, couped and
langued gules, as many ogresses. Vide
grant in possession of the family.



Alfred Stephen Law, edu-
cated at Brentwood ; died
unmar. 24 Dec. 1866 ; bur.
at Kensal Green.



Harry Dampier Law.:
born 3 Dec. 18 . . ;



Florence Ellen,
eldest da. of
Colonel ....
Clements.



Horace Frederick Law,
bur. at Kensal Green.



Howard Frederick Law, born 1 May 1890,



156



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



E F



Daniel Winteringham Stable, born 25 March 1856 ; eldest son of=
Robert Scott Stable (some time of Amport, Hants, where he was
agent to the Marquis of Winchester ; after of Wanstead Park. Essex,
where he was agent to Earl Cowley, K.G-. ; and then of Woodford
Essex, where he died 31 May 1890 ; bur. at Cranbrook, Kent), by
his wife Katherine Barrett, youngest da. of Major Winteringham
Loscombe of H.M. 18th Royal Irish, by his wife Catherine, 2nd da. of
Robert Russell of Exeter. He was educated at Guildford ; matricu-
lated at London University Jan. 1874 ; first LL.B. Jan. 1880 ; gradu-
ated LL.B. in honours Jan. 1882; admitted a Solicitor in honours 1878.
Arms : Argent, a saltire gules, on a chief of the second three
mullets of the first.



: Gertrude Mary Law,
eldest da. ; mar. 2
Jan. 1884 at St.
Mary Abbott's, Kens-
ington, by the Rev.
J. Roydon Hughes,
Rector of Long Dit-
ton, and the Rev.
the Hon. Edward
Carr Glyn, Vicar of
Kensington.



Alfred Winteringham Stable,
born 9 Sept., died 24 Sept.
1884; bur. in Wanstead
Parish Churchyard.



Loscombe Law Stable,
born at Wanstead 21
March 1886.



Winteringham Nor-
ton Stable, born at
Wanstead 19 March
1888.



Enid Gertrude
Stable, born at
Wanstead 24
June 1889.



Edith

Selina Sydney Colpoys Dacres, G.C.B., First Naval Lord of the
Law, Admiralty, after Visitor and Governor of Greenwich
second Hospital (son of Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Dacres, G.C.H.,
da. ; and brother of General Sir Richard James Dacres, R.A.,
living G.C.B., Governor of the Tower of London ; Sir S. C. Dacres
1890. died 8 March 1884, and is buried at Brighton.), bj his wife

Emma, da. of John Lambert of Banstead, Surrey. He was

born 15 Nov. 1844.

Arms : Gules, three escallops argent.



Sydney Lambert Dacres, eldest son of the late Admiral Sir=pHelen Frances Law, 3rd

da. ; bapt. at St. Mary,
Bryanston Square ; mar.
7 Aug. 1883 at St.
Mary Abbott's by the
Rev. the Provost of
Eton, the Rev. Dacres
Ollivier, and the Rev.
the Hon. Edward Carr
Glyn.



Mary Olive Dacres,
born 1 May 1884.



Ranulph Harry Dacres,
born 26 Dec. 1885.



Irene Eleanor Dacres,
born 3 Oct. 1887.



Harold Seymour Dacres,
born 18 May 1889.



Arthur John Goodford^Harriett, youngest da. of Hastings



born 9 March 1846 at
Eton ; educated at Eton
College ; Lord of the
Manor of Chilton Can-
telo.



Nathaniel Middleton of Bradford
Peverell, co. Dorset, Barrister-at-Law,
J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff of Dorset
1857, by his wife Mary Ann, da. of
the Rev. Charles Barton.



Mountague Charles Good-
ford, born 22 July 1851 ;
educated at Eton ; in
Holy Orders ; Rector of
Chilton Cantelo with Ash-
ington.



Mary Catherine Goodford, born John William Goodf ord, born
17 Oct. 1876. 27 July 1879.



Gertrude Harriett Goodford,
born 26 May 1881.



I
Henry
Frank
Good-
ford,
born
30 Jan.
1860.



Hastings Burton Middleton (eldest son of Hastings=pCharlotte



Nathaniel Middleton, Esq., of Bradford Peverell,
by Mary Anne, da. of the Rev. Charles Barton),
M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford ; J.P. for Dor-
set, and Chairman of Quarter Sessions ; born 30
Sept. 1839; mar. in 1873.

Arms : Argent, fretty sable, a canton of the
second.



Lucia
Goodford,
eldest da.



Ill
Georgiana Penelope
Goodford, living 1890.

Katherine Maria
Goodford, living 1890.

Emily Selina Good-
ford, living 1890.



I I
Hastings Charles
Middleton, born
26 Jan. 1875.

Frank Middle-
ton, born 11 Feb.

1877.



William Henry Georgina Middle-
Middleton, born ton, born 1 June
27 Oct. 1878. 1881.



Walter Middle-
ton, born 8
March 1880.



Mabel Katherine
Middleton, born
26 Oct. 1882.



I I

Arthur Purling
Middleton, born
14 Oct. 1884.

Ernest Middle-
ton, born 8 Feb.
1888.



Adela Middleton,
born 10 June 1886.

Edith Maria Middle-
ton, born 4 April
1890.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



157



Pedigree B. (Vide page 154.)



Peter Still=pMary Strong.
I



William Still, born
10 March 1796 ;
died May following.

James Still, born
15 Jan. 1800 ; died
on board H.M.S.
Pheasant oG. Sierra
Leone 12 Oct. 1821.



Mary Still, born 1797 at Tytherley,
Hants ; bapt. at St. George the
Martyr 14 April 1793 ; died 13 Aug.
following ; bur. at St. Edmund's,
Salisbury.

Selina Still, born 27 Nov. 1798 ; died
at Tunbridge Wells ; bur. in Kensal
Green Cemetery.



I
The Rev. Peter Still,:
born 19 Dec. 1801 ;
bapt. at St. George
the Martyr, Tyther-
ley, June 1802 ; mar.
27 Aug. 1827 ; died
6 May 1864.



Ann, da of
Henry
Hughes of
Harley
Street,
London ;
born 1805 ;
died 1844.



I
Rev. Henry Hughes Still, Rector of :
Cattistock ; born 25 Feb. 1829 ;
bapt. at All Souls', Marylebone,
London ; mar. Jan. 1858 ; died in
London ; bur. at Cattistock 14
Oct. following.



Selina Agnes Still, born 1858.
advowson of Cattistock.



Agnes Frances,
da. of the Rev.
C. M. Mount,
Incumbent of
Christ Church,
Walcot, Bath.



Possessor of the



James Charles Still, late^Eliza Mar-
Captain 3rd Dragoon garet, da.
Guards ; born 3 May of Joseph
1830 ; bapt. at Bodi- Gundry of
ham, Sussex, 27 June the Hyde,
following ; living 1868. Bridport.



Charles John Gundry Still,
born 1861.



Thomas Walter Still, born :
27 June 1834 ; bapt. at
Manningford Bruce 20 Aug.
following ; died at Brigh-
ton in 1861 ; bur. in the



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