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property of that family at Ringwood, Hants, and who quartered for Willis, Per pale
gu. and arg., three lions ramp, counter changed, within a lord. erm.

The following extracts from the Registers help to connect the family with
Chipping Norton, but do little more.

St. Cuthbert Parish Register.
Baptism.
1614 Feb. 16 Walter s. of M r Humphrey Willis.

Weddings.
1649 Dec. 3 Robert Carricke of Chipping Norton, co. Oxford, and Patience

Kingsbury of Wells.
1667 Mar. 28 M r Thomas Wills of the Liberty of S* Andrew, in Wells, and

Mary Wood of this parish. Lie.

L



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WELLS CATHEDRAL.

Burials.



1636 June 10 M r Peter Wallis.

1646 May 12 Thomas s. of Thomas Wills and Ann his w., bur. at S* Andrew's

Church.
1669 Dec. 28 Ann child of M r Thomas and Mary Willis.
1671 Feb. 29 M r Thomas Willis.



Cathedral Register.
1753 Dec. 27 Lionel Seaman, clerk, Archdean of Taunton, and Jane Willes,
married by Henry Willes in the Palace Chapel. Lie.



In 1634 Martin Carricke entered a short pedigree in the 'Visitation of London '
(Harl. Soc, vol. xv., p. 140), which shews he was the second son of Henry
Carricke of Chipping Norton.




HAWLEY. Henricus Hawley

Armiger qui obiit
Octavo die Februa-
ry Anno Dm. 1573.
(Mural brass.)

Note. From a small brass. Arms, {Vert) a saltire eng. (arg.), a crescent for
difference of a second son. It is not quite clear who this Henry Hawley was,
unless, as would appear from the date and difference in the arms, reliable at
that period, he was the second son of the head of the family, that is, of William
Hawley of Awler, co. Somerset, by Margaret daughter of Thomas Tymbury of
Upton, co. Devon.



GUNTHORPE. An altar-tomb against the south wall of this chapel com-
memorates John Gunthorpe, Dean of Wells. Rector of Ditcheat
from 7 Jan. 1465 to 23 March 1473, was made Dean of Wells. He was also Arch-
deacon of Essex, and Rector of Clay next the Sea, co. Norfolk, by Papal dispensation.
It is inscribed, " Johannes Gunthorpe, huius eccl'ie Decan, a.d. mdccccxcviii."



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



75




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'Yfi)$Z&yuf


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On the front are five shields. I. J. saltire betiv. on the dexter two keys erect and
addorsed the bows interlaced, and on the sinister a sword erect, the Deanery.
II. Quarterly : 1 and 4, Gu., a chev. betw. three petards or hand-grenades arg.,
within a bord. eng. or, Gunthorpe ; 2 and 3, {Arg.) a chev. betiv . three lions' heads
erased (sa.), Allerton. III. (....) A chev. erm. betw. three cross-crosslets (. . . .),
. . . . ? IV. Gu., on a bend compone'e arg. and az. three leopards' heads or, betw. two
lions' 1 heads erased of the second, all within a bord. as the bend, Fereby or Feryby of
Lincolnshire. This coat is sometimes ascribed to Gunthorpe. V. The initials I. G.,
for John Gunthorpe.

The first and fourth coats in the second shield appear to be the family arms of
the Dean, and appear quartered in the same way at the Deanery. The arms on
the fourth shield is ascribed by Burke to Gunthorpe, but doubtless erroneously.
The family appear to have come from Lincolnshire or Norfolk, and a John
Gunthorpe was an executor of the will, dated 16 April 1398, of Sir Philip D'Arcy,
Knt. ; and it is very suggestive and interesting that one of his co-executors was
Robert Wyclyfe, whose family bore, Arg., a chev. sa. betw. three crosses botonee gu.
White ermine spots being very likely placed on the chevron as the difference of
a younger branch. There is a very slight trace of colouring on these shields.




JENKYNS.

H. S. E.

Ricardus Jenkyns S.T.P., Ecc. Well. Dec. qui ob. Mar. vi. m.d.cccliv set. lxxii.

Vir insigna pietate fide vitas que integritate ei multum debet ecc. Well.

Nee Non. Coll. Ball. Oxon cui ut pater praefuit per ann xxxv

omnium amorem comitate et benevolentia promeritus.



76



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



[Same arms as previously shewn.]

GROVE.

H. S. E.

Juxta maritum Veritas Jenkyns filia unica Grey Jermyn Grove de

Alveley in com. Salop arm. et uxor Ricardi Jenkyns, S.T.P. hujus eccles Decani

erga Deum vere pia erga homines vere benevola

in christo placide abdormivit jun . i . m.d.c.c.c.lvii aet. lxvii.

Note. This is an ornamental cross, forming the top of a raised monumental

slab, the first inscription being on the north side, the second being on the

south side. The same arms on each side, viz., Az., on a cross saltire eng. or four

crosses patee fitchee points to the centre sa., Jenkyns ; on an escutcheon of pretence,

Erm., on a chsv. eng. gu. three escallop-shells or, Grove. The Dean's wife was

Troth (or Truth), daughter and heir of Grey Jermin Grove, descended from the

marriage of James Grove, Sergeant-at-Law, with Lady Jane Grey, sister and coheir

of Thomas, second Earl of Stamford, and daughter of Thomas Lord Grey of Groby

(who died in the lifetime of his father, the first Earl of Stamford), by his wife

Dorothy, second daughter and coheir of Edward Bouchier, third Earl of Bath.

She was consequently one of the coheirs to the Barony of FitzWarine. She left

no issue, and appears to have been the last of her father's family. The pedigree of

the Dean's family is appended.



PEDIGREE OF DEAN JENKYNS.

* Portrait in the possession of Henry Jenkyns, Esq., of Botley Hill, Hants, 1891.
f Mentioned in the will of Kichard Jenkins, Vicar of Frome.
% Named in the will of Robert Jenkins of Kevell, Wilts.
§ Wells Cathedral Register.



.=j=Robert Jenkins of Bremhill, Wilts (see Bowles' 'History of Bremhill').:
1st wife, J Query, if not the son of Robert Jenkins of Bremhill who died in 1639.



T



2nd wife.



Thomas Jenkins, Rector of Berkeley, co. Somerset ;
living in 1716.



A daughter= Richard Rogers of Brem-
hill, Wilts ; yeoman.J



Robert Jenkins Richard Jenkinsof Corsley, born 1643 ; died=
of Kevell, Wilts ; 1702 ; Rector of Street to 1672 (Wood, 'Ath.
a major; died Oxon.,'iii., 1244); Vicar of Frome 1672, and
1716.* f bur. there. Entered as Pleb. fil. at Edmund

Hall, Oxford, 1660 ; M.A. 1666.



=Deborah, da. and coh. of ....
Swayne of Gunville, Dorset. Died
1712 ; bur. at Frome.f



I I (

Richard Jenkins, bapt. 8 Jan. 1676-7;=r=Mary, da^ and coheir Elizabeth Jenkins, Other

born 17 Jan. 1675 ; daugh-

ob. ccelebs after 1741. ters.



Clothier of Frome, after of Brew-
ton, gent. ; living 1716.



of John Harebottle of
Frome ; will 1762.



Richard Jenkins, Clerk, of=^Anne, da. and coheir

Bishop's Lydiard and Melks-

ham, born about 1706 ; mat.

as gen. fil. at Hart Hall 1723;

B.A. 3 June 1727 ; M.A. at

Oriel 30 April 1730; mar.

in 1732, and died in 1749.*

▲ B



of Thomas Selfe of
Melksham, Wilts,
and of Bromham,
Clerk (his will dated
1741). She died
1749.



Mary
Jenkins,
died un-
mar. ;
will dated
29 Oct.
1771.



Deborah Jenkins,

mar Brown.

She survived him,
her will dated
1768.



Sarah
Jenkins,
born
1715.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



77



B|



A son, died before
1740.

Mary Jenkins,
born 1733 ; died
unmar. ; bur. at
Melksham 1757.



Richard Jenkyns of Wells and=
Chewton Priory, Somerset,
Esq. ; died 31 July 1806, aged
71 ; bur. at Melksham.* He
adopted the y in spelling his
name, and induced the Dean's
father to do so.



=Anne, da. and
heir of Henry
Lockett of
Crowcombe,
Clerk ; died
7 May 1825.*



I i
Elizabeth Jenkins, born
1736 ; died 1737.

John Jenkins, born
1741.



Anna Maria Jenkyns, born and privately bapt. Aug. 27, 1764 ; received into the Church at
the Cathedral Oct. 25 ;§ died in 1778 ; bur. at Melksham.



Robert Jenkins, born 30 Nov. 1672 ;=f=Mary
living in 1716.ft I



John Jenkins, bapt. 20=pSarah, da. and heir



Elizabeth Jenkins,
born at Frome 4
March 1706.*



Mary Jenkins, born
at Frome 28 Oct.
1707.



Nov. 1673; Ch. Ch,
Oxon 1690 ; M.A. 1696 ;
Vicar of Frome and a
Canon of Wells ; a wit-
ness to Bishop Ken's
will; died 1731.



of John Merchant of
Frome ; living in
1750, vide release of
that date.



I

Richard Jenkins, born 8=
April 1713; bapt. 16
April 1714 ; Pemb. Coll.
Oxon 1730 ; M.A. 1737 ;
Rector of Lullington,and
Canon of Wells ; Vicar
of Burnham ; died 19
Sept. 1764 ; bur. at Cros-
combe ; M.I.*



Elizabeth, da. and heir
of John Bryant ; mar.
at Croscombe 14 July
1743 ; she died 9 Oct.
1753 ; bur. at Cros-
combe ;* M.I. ; her
mother was an heir of
the family of George.



I I

Sarah Jenkins, born 3
May 1711 ; died inf.

Sarah Jenkins, born
11 Dec. 1715 ; died un-
mar. 29 May 1788;
bur. at Croscombe,
in Chancel, floorslab,
with arms of Jenkins.



Elizabeth Jen-
kins, born 5 July
1717 ; died un-
mar.

John Jenkins,*
born 1713 ; died
29 Jan. 1719-20.



Sarah Jenkins,:
born 11 Oct.
1747; privately
bapt., received
at the Cathedral
3 Dec. ; died 18
July 1777; bur.
at St. Michael,
Bristol.



:Henry Hobhouse, Esq., of Clifton, co. Gloucester, after of Hadspen House,
Somerset, Barrister-at-Law, M.A., J.P., born 1742 ; mar. 20 April 1775 ;
died 2 April 1792 ; bur. in family vault, St. Michael, Bristol ; M.I. at
Pitcombe, on which is a shield with these arms, viz. : —

Azure, three crescents between the horns of each an estoil argent, im-
paling, Quarterly — 1, Azure, on a saltire engrailed or four crosses patee
fichee sable points to the centre, Jenkyns ; 2, Azurt, a chevron between three
pheons or, all within a bordure erm., Swayne of Gunville ; 3, Sable, a bend
cotised between two griffins segreant argent, Pinkee of Dindee, Somerset ;
4, Argent, a f ess gules between three Cornish choughs sable beaked and legged
of the second, Geobge of Ceoscombe. These quarterings are not quite
correct — Beyant should precede George. The pedigree does not shew how
Pinkee comes in.



Henry Hobhouse, born 12 April 1776 ;=pHarriet, da. of John Turton
Barrister-at-Law, P.C., and Under of Sugnall Hall, co. Staf-
Secretary of State, Home Department, ford ; mar. at Chiswick 7
etc. ; died 13 April 1854 ; bur. at Pit- April 1806 ; died 7 May
combe. See ' Peerage ' and ' Baronet- 1858.
age ' for fuller particulars.



I
Henry

Hobhouse
of Hads-
pen.



I



I
Edmund Hobhouse,
Chancellor and As-
sistant Bishop Suf-
fragan of Lichfield ;
Bishop of Nelson,
N.Z.



Sarah Hobhouse, born
1777 ; died unmar. 5
July 1810, aged 53 ;
M.I. at Pitcombe, with
arms of HOBHOUSE.



I



Reginald
Hobhouse,
Rector of
St. Ives
and Arch-
deacon of
Cornwall.



I

Sir Arthur
Hobhouse,
P.C.,
K.C.S.I.,
Baron
Hobhouse.
See • Peer-
age.'



I I I

Harriet Hobhouse,
mar. Rev. Henry
Jenkyns.



Catharine
house.



Hob-



I I

John

Hobhouse.

Eleanor
Hobhouse.



Eliza Hobhouse.



78



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



I
Elizabeth Jenkins, born
27 March 1744 ; received
into the Church 14 April
1744 ; died inf. 4 April
1745.§



Elizabeth Jenkins,
born 17 May 1746 ;
died inf. 27 May
1746.



G-eorge Jenkins, born 13 June 1750 ;
bapt. 14 June 1751 ;§ died inf. 26 July
1751, vide M.I. at Croscombe.



John Jenkyns, born 16 May 1753, brought to the Cathedral 20 June ;§=
of Brazenose College, Oxon ; B.C.L. 1777 ; Vicar of Evercreech 1783 ;
Prebendary of Dinder 1779 ; Rector of Horsmonden, Kent ; died 27
Feb. 1824 ; bur. at Evercreech with M.I.* He first, after his cousin
Richard, adopted the y instead of i in the name.

Arms : Azure, on a saltire engrailed or four crosses patee fitchee sable
points to the centre ; impaling, Gules, three clwvrons argent.



: Jane, da. and coheir of
James Banister of Bris-
tol, Merchant ; mar. at
SeendSJan. 1782; died
3 April 1825, aged 71 ;
bur. at Evercreech.
M.I.*



I
Richard Jenkyns, born 21 Dec. 1782 ;:
of Balliol College, Oxon ; Fellow
1803 ; M.A. 1806 ; Master of Balliol
1819 ; D.D. 1819 : Vicar of Evercreech
1821 ; Prebendary of Dinder 1824 ;
Dean of Wells 1845 ; ob. s.p. 6 March
1854 ; bur. in Wells Cathedral with
M.I.*



=Troth, da. and heir of Grey Jermyn Grove, Esq., of
Poole Hall, co. Salop ; mar. April 1835 ; ob. s.p. 1 June
1857, aged 67 ; M.I. Wells Cathedral. This lady was
descended from the Viscountess de Lisle whose monu-
ment is in the south transept, and was one of the co-
heirs to the Baronies of Fitz Warine and De Lisle, her
consent being asked before the latter title was con-
ferred on Sir Philip C. Sidney.



John Jenkyns, born 19 Jan. 1780 ; mar. at=pAnna, da. of George Chalmer, Esq., of West-



Cheltenham 3 May 1819 ; died 22 Nov. 1862
and bur. at Bishop's Waltham, Hants ; of Bot-
ley Hill, Botley, Hants.*



combe House, co. Somerset. Born 27 May
1793; died 3 April 1862; bur. by her
husband.



John Jenkyns, born July 1821 ; died 6 Aug.
1833 ; bur. at Bishop's Waltham, Hants.



Anna Elizabeth Jenkyns, born June 1826 ;
died inf.



Henry Jenkyns, born 22 June 1795 ; mar. at Pitcombe, co. Somerset,:
31 March 1834 ; Matriculated Corpus Christi, Oxon, 1813 ; Fellow Oriel
1818 ; M.A. 1819 ; Editor of ' Cranmer ' ; Professor of Greek at University
of Durham 1833 ; Prebendary of Durham Oct. 1839 to 1878 ; Professor
of Divinity at Durham 1835 ; resigned 1864 ; D.D. 1841 ; after of Botley
Hill, Hants ; died 2 April 1878 ; bur. at Curdridge, Hants.*



^Harriet, eldest da.
of Henry Hobhouse
of Hadspen (and
his wife Harriet
Turton). Born 27
March 1807 ; died
29 Aug. 1876 ; bur.
at Curdridge.



Harriet Jenkyns, 1
born 22 Jan. 1835 ;
mar. 22 June 1861.



: John Pedder, M.A., Principal of Hatfield Hall, Henry Jenkyns,born
Durham University ; Rector of Meldon, North- and died 29 July
umberland, 1859 ; Rector of North Stoke, near 1836 ; bur. at Pit-
Bath, 1870—1877 ; died 12 July 1890, aged 65. combe.



Anne Margaret

Pedder, Pedder,

born 8 born 9 July

June 1863.
1862.



Edward Ped-
der, born 23
Dec. 1864 ;
Clerk in
Orders.



I
Catharine
Pedder,
born 26
March
1869.



Alice Pedder,
born June 1867;
died Feb. 1868 ;
bur. at Durham.



John Ped- Elizabeth

der,born27 Pedder,

Jan. 1869 ; born 12

Oriel Coll., Dec. 1870.
Oxon.



Henry Jenkyns, born 2 Sept. 1838; mar. 3 April 1877;=Madalene Sabine, born 1848; da



Barrister-at-Lawof Lincoln's Inn; of Ball. Coll., Oxon,
1856 ; M.A. 1861 ; Assist. Parliamentary Counsel
1869; Parliamentary Counsel 1886 ; C.B. ; of Botley
Hill, Hants.



of Admiral Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley,
2nd Bart., K.C.B., by his wife Jane
M. L., da. of the Rev. Montagu J.
Wynyard. E



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



79



Anne Jen-=
kyns, born
1 July
1840;
mar.
22 July
1868.



=Rev. Charles Henry Pilkington, born 1837 ; M.A. 1861 ; Fellow New College,
Oxon ; Rector of Letton, Herefordshire, 1868 ; Vicar of Owslebury, Hants,
1871 ; Vicar of St. Mary Magdalen, Worcester, 1875 ; Rector of St. John, Mad-
dermarket, Norwich, 1882 ; now Rector of Upper Heyford, co. Oxford, 1888.
Arms : Argent, a cross potence gules voided of the field, in dexter chief a
mullet sable charged with crescent of the first for difference. He is son of the
Rev. Charles Pilkington, Rector of Stockton, co. Warwick (1835 to 1870) ;
Canon of Chichester (1850 to 1870) ; born 1802, and died 1870 ; by Maria, da.
of Thomas Garnier, Rector of Bishopstoke and Dean of Winchester.



Mary Caroline
Pilkington, born
14 April 1869;
mar. in 1889
Rev. Herbert
Deedes Barrett.

4*



Dorothea
Margaret
Pilkington,
born April
1871 ; died
Oct. 1871.



Grace
Beatrice
Pilkington,
born 13
June 1872.



Winifred
Harriet
Pilkington,
born 8
June 1873.



Archibald
Charles
Pilkington,
born 31
Dec. 1874.



Leonard
Garnier
Pilkington,
born 4
Sept. 1877.



Richard Jenkyns, born 23 Oct. 1841 ; mar. 6 June 1872 ; Trin;
Coll., Oxon ; M.A. ; Rector of Wallsend, Northumberland, 1872 ;
died 6 June 1886 ; bur. at Curdridge, Hants.



: Rosa, da. of Rev. Thomas
Ilderton of Ilderton, North-
umberland.



Helen Sylvia
Jenkyns,
born 3 March
1873.



I

Bertram
Hobhouse
Jenkyns,
born 18 April
1874.



I
Gerald
Thomas
Ilderton
Jenkyns,
born 18
July 1875.



Gwendoline
Harriet
Jenkyns,
born 30 Nov.
1876.



I
Reginald
Richard
Jenkyns,
born 30 July
1879.



Emmeline
Mary Susan
Jenkyns,
born 3 Oct.
1880.



John Jenkyns, born=
26 Sept. 1843 ; mar.
21 Sept. 1876 ; Ball.
Coll., Oxon ; M.A.
1868 ; Vicar of Lid-
lingtonl873; Rector
ofThornhaugh-cum-
Wansford, North-
ants, 1876; Rural
Dean 1891.



: Dora Spencer,born 1845 ; da. of SpencerSmith, Esq.,
of Brooklands. near Southampton, by Frances (mar.
1836) da. of Sir Michael Seymour, 1st Bart.

Arms : Quarterly, 1 and 4, Sable, two bars wavy or,
each charged with a barrulet also wavy, all between
three martlets of the second ; 2 and 3, Ermine, an a
saltire sable, between in chief and flanks a crescent
gules, and in base a dolphin naient of the second,
an escallop-shell argent.



Arthur
Jen-
kyns,
born
8 Oct.
1845.



I I

Catharine
Jenkyns,
born 1
Nov. 1847.

Edith
Jenkyns,
born 18
Oct. 1849.



I I I

Dorothea Edith Jenkyns, born Hugh Hobhouse Jenkyns, born Stephen Spencer Jenkyns,
28 April 1878. 8 Nov. 1879. born 20 July 1882.



I I I
Jane Jenkyns, died inf.

James Bannister
Jenkyns, died inf.

Henry James
Jenkyns, died inf.



Elizabeth Anne Jane Catharine Jenkyns,=Thomas Gaisford,

Jenkyns, born 13 born 14 June 1787 ; mar. D.D., Dean of Christ

Oct. 1797; died 1 May 1832; died 4 April Church, Oxon, who

unmar. 20 July 1863 ; s.p. ; bur. in Clois- died 2 June 1855.

1845 ; bur. at ters of Wells Cathedral ;

Bishop's Wal- M.I.
tham. co. Hants.



Sarah Jenkyns, born 12 :
Sept. 1790 ; mar. 1 Oct.
1811; living in 1891.



: Rev. John Gale Dalton Thring, born 27 Sept. 1784, of Alford House ;
L.L.B., J. P., and Rector of Alford with Hornblotton, Somerset ; died
at Clevedon 11 Dec. 1874 ; bur. at Alford. See p. 81.



Theresa Thring^Augustus
born 14 July
1815; mar. 31
Aug. 1843 ; died
24 Sept. 1867.

F



Otway FitzGerald,
Rector of Fledborough, Notts,
after of Charlton Mackerel, and
then of Brent Knoll, Somerset ;
and Archdeacon of Wells.



Henry Thring, born
Sept. 1817 ; died
March 1818.



Elizabeth Marion
Thring, born 20
Dec. 1819 ; died
unmar. Aug. 1859.



80



WELLS CATHEDRAL.



Gerald Augustus Robert=r=Alice Caroline Frances, da.



FitzGerald, born 22 Sept.
1844 ; mar. 2 Oct. 1875 ;
of C.C.C., Oxon ; M.A. ;
Fellow of St. John's; Bar-
rister of Lincoln's Inn.



of Henry Duncan Skrine,
Esq., of Warleigh Manor,
Somerset, by Susanna Caro-
line, 3rd da. of William Mills,
Esq.,of SaxhamHall, Suffolk.



Maurice


Mabel


James


Otho


Sarah


Richard


FitzGerald,


FitzGerald,


FitzGerald


born


born


born


27 Nov.


21 Jan.


25 Aug.


1845.


1847.


1849.



Maurice Henry FitzGerald, born 21 April 1877. Robert Geoffrey FitzGerald, born Aug. 1879.



Theodore Thring, born 4 Aug. 1816; Barrister-at-Law ;=Julia Jane, 4th da. of William Mills,



Commissioner in Bankruptcy, Liverpool ; mar. 23 Sept.
1852 ; of Alford House, co. Somerset ; D.L., J.P.,
Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions.



Esq., J.P., D.L., of Saxham Hall,
Suffolk ; by Clara Jane, da. of the
Rev. Richard Huntley.



John Huntley^Mabel, only da



Thring, born
Oct. 1853 ; mar.
at Ever creech
31 July 1890.



of Captain John
Davis Sherston
of Evercreech.



Dora Jane Christopher = Leila, da. of Wil- Arthur

Thring, Bevan Thring, liam Johnston, Theodore

born 29 born 6 Feb. Esq., of Cow- Thring.

Dec. 1854. 1857 ; mar. 11 hill Tower, born 6 Feb.

Sep. 1890. Dumfries. 1860.



Cyril Theodore
Thring, born 24
Sept. 1861.



Lawrence Theodore
Thring, born 16
April 1863.



I
Douglas Theodore
Thring, born 7 Aug.
1864.



Mary Alicia Thring,
born 24 Dec. 1865.



Henry Thring, born 3 Nov. 1818 ; Magdalen Coll., Camb. ^Elizabeth, da. of John Cardwell,



M.A. ; Barrister-at-Law of Inner Temple; Home Office Coun-
sel 1861 ; Parliamentary Counsel 1869—1886 ; K.C.B. 1873 ;
created Baron Thring of Alderhurst, Surrey, 17 Aug. 1886.



sister and coheir of Viscount
Cardwell ; mar. 14 Aug. 1856.



A da., died inf.



A son, died inf.



Katharine Anne Thring, born 8 July 1861.



Edward Thring, born 29 Nov. 1821 ; Clerk ; King's Coll., Camb. ; M.A. ;^=Caroline Marie Louise
D.D. ; Headmaster of Uppingham School ; author of Works on educa-
tion ; mar. 20 Dec. 1853 ; died 27 Oct. 1887 ; bur. at Uppingham ; M.I.



Koch, da. of Herr
Koch of Bonn.



John Gale Thring, born
1 Oct. 1855.



Sarah Eliza Thring, born
8 May 1856.



Margaret Susan Thring,
born 14 April 1858.



George Herbert Thring, born 28 Nov. 1859.



Mary Grace Thring, born 27 July 1866.



Godfrey Thring, born 25 March 1823 ; Ball. Coll., Oxon ;=pMary Jane, da. of Charles Pinney of



B.A. 1845 ; Rector of Alford with Hornblotton, Somerset ;
mar. 18 Jan. 1870 ; Prebendary of Wells ; author of
' Church of England Hymn Book ' and some well-known
hymns ; Rural Dean of Castle Cary 1867—1876.



Camp House, Clifton, by Frances
Mary, da. of John Still, Esq., of
Knoyle, Wilts. See Pedigree of
Bishop Still.



i

Leonard Godfrey Pinney Thring, born 22 Jan. 1873.



John Charles Thring, Clerk in Holy Orders ; :
born 11 June 1824 ; of The Chantry, Bradford-
on-Avon; mar. 28 May 1858; of St. John's
College, Cambridge ; B.A. 1847.



=Lydia Eliza Dyer, da. and heir of Captain
Samuel Meredith, R.N., by his wife Lydia,
da. of John Dyer of Chicklade Lodge, Wilts.
Born 4 Aug. 1830.



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS AND HERALDRY.



81



Lydia Marion Charles Henry Lionel Charles Reginald Thring, born 5 Sept. 1862 ; M.A.

Ethel Thring, Meredith Cambridge; Headmaster of Ashton Grammar School,

born 18 April Thring, born Dunstable, Beds; mar. 18 Aug. 1888 Jessie Margaret

1859. 21 Jan. 1861. Heeling.



Gertrude Elizabeth Lydia
Thring, born 24 Nov.
1864.



Llewellyn Charles Waldron Thring,
born 11 July 1866; B.A. Trinity
College, Cambridge.



Theresa Annie Lydia
Thring, born 22 Nov.
1867.



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Amy Gwendoline Mary Nona Alice Lydia

Lydia Thring, born 25 Thring, born 2

March 1869. Sept. 1870.



Walter Hugh Charles
Samuel Thring, born 30
May 1873 ; Mid. E.N.



Ernest Walsham Charles
Thring, born 22 Feb.

1875.



Brancker Thring, bur. at Codford St. Peter, :
Wilts, 6 May 1708.



John Thring, bapt.=pKatherine,



at Codford 19 Feb.
1681 ; bur. there 18
May 1750.



bur. at
Codford
23 May
1750.



I

Samuel
Thring,
bapt. at
Codford
24 Sept.
1684.



Martha
Thring,
bapt. at
Codford
14 Nov.
1686.



William:
Thring,
bapt. at
Codford
21 April
1689.



I

Ann
Thring,
bapt. at
Codford
10 Jan.
1691.



Wrench Thring (Mr.), bapt. at=pAnne, da. and heir of John Ingram, gent., of



Codford 9 Nov. 1718 ; mar. there
18 Feb. 1750; he died 11 Nov
1781, aged 63. M.I. at Codford.



Codford St. Peter (son of John Ingram of the
same place). She died 22 April 1824, aged 96.
M.I. at Codford St. Peter, Wilts.



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Joel Thring,
bapt. at Cod-
ford 24 Jan.
1726 ; bur.
there.



I
Anne Thring, bapt. at
Codford 30 Aug. 1758;
died unmar. 7 April
1790, aged 33; M.I. at
Codford.



Mary Thring, bapt. at
Codford 17 Sept. 1759;
died unmar. 18 Aug.
1784, aged 24 ; M.I.
at Codford.



Elizabeth Thring,=Rev. George Smith,
bapt. at Codford 9 Vicar of Norton,
April 1763 ; died 1 Bavant, Wilts.
July 1840, aged 78;
M.I. at Codford.



John Thring, only sur-
viving son , of Warminster.
Had a Grant of Arms,
which see. Died 13 Feb.
1830, aged 76.



: Elizabeth, youngest da. of
William Everett of Haytesbury,
Wilts, Esq. ; died 12 Dec. 1834,
aged 82 ; bur. at Alford,
Somerset, 23 Dec. 1834.



Catherine Thring,
bapt. at Codford 7
Aug. 1751 ; bur.
there 26 Sept. 1772.



Joel Thring,
bapt. at Cod-
ford 10 Feb.
1756 ; bur.
there 21 June
1756.



Alice Anne Thring, died unmar. 3 Jan.
1862, aged 78.



Rev. John Gale Dalton= Sarah Jenkyns. See p. 79.
Thring.



Cathedral Register.
M r Richard Jenkins, bur. on Saturday, 22 Jan. 1781.



82



WELLS CATHEDRAL.




rTlO all and Singular to whom these Presents shall come Sir Isaac Heard Knight
-■- Garter Principal King of Arms and Thomas Lock Esquire Clarenceux King
of Arms of the South East and West Parts of England from the Kiver Trent South-
wards send Greeting ES$f)erea& John Thring of Warminster in the County of
Wilts Esquire hath stated that he is only son of Wrench Thring of Codford S l Peter
in the said county Gent : by Anne his wife sole Daughter and Heir of John Ingram
of Codford S 4 Peter aforesaid Gent : by Anne Bracher his Wife which said John
Ingram was the only son of John Ingram of Codford S l Peter aforesaid Gent ; And
hath represented unto the Most Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal and



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