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Vere of Hanworth.

B. Aug. 21, 1765;

Ensign, ist Regt. of Foot Guards, March 30,

1781;
St. Hon. Aubrey Beauclerc, 1781-1787 ;
Captain, 45th (' Nottinghamshire ') Regt. of

Foot, March 20, 17S3;
Captain, 34th (' Cumberland ') Regt. of Foot,

July 30, 17S3;
St Earl of Burford, 1787-1S02 ;
Major, 34th Regt. of Foot, Feb. 17, 1789 ;
Lieutenant-Colonel, do., Nov. 11,1789;
M.P., Hull, 1790-1796;
succ. as 6th Duke of St. Ai.bans, Feb. 9,

1802;
Hereditary Grand Falconer of England ;
Hereditary Registrar of the Court of Chancery ,

7)1. (i) Miss Moses, July 9, 17SS ; (d. Aug. 18,
iSoo);



Dukes.



Sr. ALBANS.



217



w. (2) Louisa Grace, d. of John Manners, Esq.,
Aug. 15, 1802 ; (d. Feb. 19, 1816);

d. Aug. 12, 181 5.



18 1 5. Aubrey Be.-vuclerc III., son of Aubrey II. (2) : Duke of St. Albans,

Earl of Burford, Baron of Haddington, & Baron
Vere of Hanworth.

B. April 7, 1815 ;

St. Earl of Burford, April- Aug., 1815 ;

succ. as 7th Duke of St. Albans, Aug. 12,

1815;
Hereditary Grand Falconer of England ;
Hereditary Registrar of the Court of Chancery;

d. Feb. 19, 1S16.



i8r6. William Beauclerc, uncle of Aubrey III. : Duke of St. Albans,

Earl of Burford, Baron of Heddington, & Baron
Vere of Hanworth.

B. Dec. 18, 1766;

St. Hon. William Beauclerc, i 781-17 87 ;

Midshipman, R.N., 1782;

St. Lord William Beauclerc, 1787-1816;

Lieutenant, R.N., April 2, 1788;

Lieutenant-Colonel, Brigg, Caistor, & Raisen

Batt of Norfolk Volunteers, Oct. 15,

1804 ;
succ. as 8th Duke of St. Albans, Feb. 19,

1816 ;
Hereditary Grand Falconer of England ;
Hereditary Registrar of the Court of Chancery ;

m. (i) Charlotte, d. of the Rev. Robert Carter
Thelwall, July 20, 1791; (d. Oct. 19,

1797);
m. (2) Maria ycanetta, d. of jFohn Nelthorpe,
Esq., March 4, 1799; (d. Jan. 17, 1822);

d. July 17, 1825.



vol. III.



2l8



ST. ALBANS.



325. William Aubrey de Verb Beauclerc, son of William (2) : Duke of

St. Albans, Earl ofBurford, Baron of Hedding-
ton, & Baron Vere of Hanworth.

B. March 24, iSoi ;

St. Earl of BuRFORD, 1816-1825;

educ. Christ's College, Cambridge;

succ. as' 9th Duke of St. Aleans, July 17,

1825 ;
Hereditary Grand Falconer of England ;
Hereditary Registrar of the Court of Chancery ;
cr. LL.D. of Cambridge, 1828 ;
Bearer of the Sceptre with the Cross, Coron. of

King William IV., Sept. 8, 1831 ;

711. (i) Harriet {Mellon), widow of Thomas
Coutts, Esq., June 16, 1827 ; (d. Aug. 6,

1837);
m. (2) Elizabeth Catherine, d. of General
yoscph Guhbins, May 29, 1S39 '>

d. May 26, 1849.



uVn(/



1849. WiT.LiAM Amelius Aubrey de Vere Beauclerc, son of William

Aubrey (2) • Duke of St. Albans, Earl of
Burford, Baron of Heddington, & Baron Vere
of Hanworth.

B. April 15, 1840;

St. Earl of Burford, 1S40-1S49 ;

succ. as loth Duke of St. Albans, May 26,

1849 ;
Hereditary Grand Falconer of England ;
educ. Eton, & Trinity Coll., Cambridge ;
Deputy-Lieutenant, co. Lincoln, July 10,

i860;
Hon. Colonel, ist Nottingham Regt. of Rifle

Volunteers, June 13, 1863 ;




Sr. ALBAJSS.



219



Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, Dec. 22,

1868-Feb. 21, 1874;
Privy Councillor, Feb. 15, 1869;
Lord Lieutenant, & Custos Rotulorum, co.

Nottingham, Aug. 18, 1880 ;

VI. (i) Sybil Mm J, d. of General Hon. Charles
Gi-ey, June 20, 1867 ; (d. Sept. 7, 1871) ;

m. (2) Grace, d. of Ralph Bernal Osborne, Esq.,
Jan. 3, 1874.



& IV., France & Eng-
the whole debraised by a



Arms — The royal arms of King Charles II. ; viz., I
LAND quarterly ; II., SCOTLAND; III., IRELAND;
baton sinister, gules charged with 3 roses argent.

Crest — On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant gardant or, ducally
crowned per pale azure & gules, & gorged with a plain collar gules, charged
with 3 roses argent.

Supporters — Dcxier, an antelope argent, armed & unguled or. Sinister, a grey-
hound argent, each collared as the crest.

Motto— AuspiciUM melioris xmi.



Duke.



Gaz.



ST. GERMANS.



ST. GERMANS.

ELIOT

1815. John Craggs Eliot, 2nd son of Edward, istLord Eliot : Earl of St.

Germans, & Baron Eliot of St. Germans.
B. Sept. 30, 1761 ;
educ. Pembroke Coll., Cambridge ;
M. A. of Cambridge, 1784;
St. Hon. John Eliot, 1784-1S04 ;
M.P., Liskeard, 1784; 1790; 1796; & 1802^

1804;
Barrister ;
Lieutenant, Cornwall Regt. of Gentry & Yeo-

manr}', Sept. 14, 1797 ;
Captain, do., July 30, 1803 ;

succ. as 2nd Baron Eliot of St. Gennans, Feb.

28, 1804 ;
Colonel, ist (East) Cornwall Regt. of Local

Militia, Sept. 30, 1808;
Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant, ist (East)

Cornwall Regt. of Militia, Sept. 30,

1810 ;
cr. Earl of St. Germans, Nov. 28, 1S15 ;

ni. (i) Caroline, d. of Rt.-Hcn. Charles York:,
Sept. 9, 1790 ; (d. July 26, 181S) ;

111. (2) Harriett, d. of Rt.-Hon. Reginald Pole-
Carew, Aug. ig, 1819;

d. Nov. 17, 1823.



^^-^




ST. GERMANS.



1823. William Eliot, brother of John : Earl of St. Germans, & Baron

Eliot of St. Germans.

B. April I, 1767 ;

St. Hon. William Eliot, i 784-1 823 ;

educ. Pembroke Coll., Cambridge;

M. A. of Cambridge, 1786;

M.P., St. Germans, 1790 ; & 1796-1802;

Secretary of Legation at Berlin, Nov. i, 1791 ;

Ensign, Royal Cornwall Regt. of Militia,

March, 1792 ;
Deputy Lieutenant, co. Cornwall, May 4,

1792;
Lieutenant, Royal Cornwall Regt. of Militia,

Feb. IS, 1793;
Secretary of Embassy to the Hague, July 13,

1793;
Captain, Cornwall Regt, of Militia, Oct. i,

179s;

Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipoten-
tiary to Munich, 1796;

Minister Plenipotentiary to the Palatine, &
Diet of Ratisbon, Dec. 15, 1796;

a Lord of the Admiralty, July 5, iSoo ;

M.P., Liskeard, 1802; 1806; 1807; 1812;
1818 ; & 1820-1823;

Second Major, Royal Cornwall Regt. of Militia,
July 13, 1803;

Under-Secretary of State for the Foreign Depart-
ment, Junes, 1804-Jan., 1805;

Second Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Cornwall
Regt. of Militia, Aug, 29, 1804 ;

Colonel, Royal Cornwall Regt. of Militia, Feb.
24, 1807;

a Lord of the Treasury, March 31, 1807-
Jan., 1812 ;

succ. as 2nd Earl of St. Germans, Nov. 17,
1823;

m. (i) Lady Gcorgiana Augusta Leveson-Gnoer,
d. of Granville, 1st Marquis of Stafford,
Nov., 1797 ; (d. March 24, 1806);



Earl.



Sr. GERMANS.



m. (2) Lditia, d. of Sir William Pierce-Ashe
a' Court, Bart., Feb. 13, 1809; (d. Jan.
10, 1810) ;

m. (3) Charlotte, d. of Lieut. -Gen. 'yohn Robin-
son, March 7, 1812 ; (d. July 3, 1813) ;

in. (4) Susan, d. of Sir John Alordaunt, Bart.,
Aug. 30, 1814; (d. Feb. 5, 1830);

d. Jan. 19, 1845.




1845. Edward Granville Eliot, son of William (i) : Earl of St. Ger-
mans, & Baron Eliot of St. Germans.

B. Aug. 29, 179S ;

St. Edward Granville Eliot, Esq., 1816-
1823 ;

Captain, Royal Cornwall Regt. of Militia,
Dec. 31, 1818 ;

Attache of Legation at the Hague, [1823] ;

St. Lord Eliot, i 823-1 845 ;

Secretary of Legation at IMadrid, Nov. 21,
1823 ;

Secretary of Legation at Lisbon, 1S24 ;

M.P., Liskeard, 1824; 1826; 1830; & 1831-
1832 ;

Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant, North Corn-
wall Regt. of Yeomanry, Jan. 16, 1827;

a Lord of the Treasury, April 24, 1827-Nov.
22, 1830;

Envoy Extraordinary to Spain, 1834-1835 ;

M.P., East Cornwall, 1S37 ; & 1841-1845 ;

Deputy Lieutenant, co. Cornwall, April 2,
1841 ;

Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ire-
land, Sept. 3, 1841-Jan. 16, 1845 ;

Privy Councillor, Sept. 3, 1841 ;



ST. GERMANS.



223



Privy Councillor of Ireland, Oct. 12, 1841 ;
succ. as 3rd Earl of St. Germans, Jan. 19,

1845 ;

Postmaster-General, Dec. 30, 1845-July 6,

1846 ;

C.B., April 27, 1848 ;

Special Deputy Warden of the Stannaries, Oct.,

1852 ;
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Jan. 4, 1853-

March, 1855;
Grand Master of the Order of St. Patrick,

1853-1855 ;
G.C.B., Jan. 24, 1857 ;
Lord Steward of the Household, Nov. 23,

1857-Feb. 26, 1858;
Lord Steward of the Household, June 18,

1859-Jan. 20, 1866 ;

m. Lady 'jFemima CornwaUis, yd d. of Charles,
2nd Marquis Cornwallis, Sept. 2, 1824;
(d. July 2, 1856);

d. Oct. 7, 1877.




1877. William Gordon Cornwallis Eliot, 3rd son of Edward Granville :

Earl of St. Germans, & Baron Eliot of St.
Germans.

B. Dec. 14, 1829 ;

St. Hon. William G. C. Eliot, 1845-1864 ;

Attachd at Hanover, Sept. 6, 1849 ;

Attache' at Madrid, May 29, 1850 ;

Attach^ at Lisbon, July 14, 1851;

Second Paid Attache at Berlin, Nov. 29,

1853;
First Paid Attachd at Constantinople, March
9> 1857;



Earls.



324



Sr. GERMANS.



First Paid Attache at St Petersburg, June 28,

1858;
Secretary of Legation at Rio de Janeiro, Aug.

8,1859;
Secretary of Legation at Athens, Oct. 21,

1859;
Charge d'Affaires at Athens, May 14, 1860-

Jan. 24, r86i ;
Secretary of Legation at Rio de Janeiro,

Oct. 21, 1 86 1 ;
Charge d'Affaires at Rio de Janeiro, March

I2-Aug. 8, 1863 ;
Acting Secretary of Legation at Washington,

Oct. 6, 1863-Aug., 1864 ;
Secretary of Legation at Lisbon, June 10,

1864-April 16, 1865 ;
St. Lord Eliot, i 864-1 877 ;
M.P., Devonport, 1866-1868 ;
summ. to Parlt. as Baron Eliot of St. Gennans,

Sept. 14, 1870;

succ. as 4th Earl of St. Germans, Oct 7,

1877;

d. March 19, 1881.

1881. Henry Cornwallis Eliot, brother of William Gordon Cornwallis ;

Earl of St. Germans, & Baron Eliot of St
Germans.

B. Feb. II, 1835 ;

st Hon. Henry Cornwallis Eliot, 1845-

1881 ;
Midshipman, R.N., 184S-1S53;
Junior Clerk, Foreign Office, Jan. 28, 1855 ;
Secretary to Special Mission to St Petersburg,

July, 1867;
Acting Assistant Clerk, Foreign Office, Jan.

13, 1872 ;
Assistant Clerk, do.. May 27, 1872;

succ. as 5th Earl of St. Germans, March 19,

1881;
Deputy Lieutenant, co. Cornwall, March 20,

1883;



Earls.



Gaz.



ST. GERMANS.



225



111. Hon. Emily Hai-riet Labouchere, yd d. of
Henry., LoTd Taunton, Oct. i8, 1881.



Arms— Argent, a fess gules, between double cottises wavy azure.

Crest— An elephant's head argent, plain collared gules.

Sl'PPORTERS— Two eagles regardant, wings displayed & inverted proper, each
charged on the breast with an ermine spot sable.

Mottoes — I. Occurrent nuiies.

^. PR/BCEDENTIBUS insta.



Earls.



VOL. in.



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226



Sr. JOHN.



ST. JOHN.

ST. JOHN.

1716. Henry St. John, son of Sir Walter St. John, Bart : Viscount St.

John, Baron St. John of Battersea, & a Baronet.

B. (about) 1652 ;

St. Henry St. John, Esq., 1670-1 70S;

M.P., Wooton Basset, 1679; 16S1 ; 16S5 ;

16S9; & 1690-1695;
M.P., CO. Wihs, 1695-1698 ;
M.P., Wooton Basset, 1698-1700 ;
succ. as 4th Baronet, July 3, 170S ;
Deputy Lieutenant, co. Wilts, Aug. 16, 1715:
Deputy Lieutenant, co. Surrey, Aug. 20,

1715;

Deputy Gustos Brevium in the Court of Com-
mon Pleas, [1716];

cr. Baron St. John of Battersea, & "\'iscount St.
John, July 2, 1716 ;

took his seat, Feb. 20, 1717 ;

in. (i) Lady Mary Rich, d. &= co-h. of Roba-t,
Earl of Warzvick, about 1670;

m. (2) Angelica Madelcna, d. if Mons. George
Pillcsary ; (d. 1736) ;

d. April 8, 1742.




\^L^



Mil. Ent.
Bk. 10.



Itid.



L.J., XX.
414-



ST. JOHN.



227



1742. John St. John, 3rd son of Henry (2): Viscount St. John, Baron St.

John of Battersea, & a Baronet.
B. before 1698 ;

St. John St. John, Esq., 17 14- 17 16;
St. Hon. John St. John, 17 16-1742 ;
Comptroller of the Customs & Subsidies in the

Port of London, {in reversion), Nov. 24,

1721; (succ, 1740);
Deputy Lieutenant, co. Kent, Nov. 16, 1724 ;
M.P., VVooton Basset, 1727-1734 ;
succ. as 2nd Viscount St. John, April 8,

1742;

m. (i) Anne., d. &= h. of Sir Robert Furnese,
Bart., April 17, 1729; (d. July 11,1747);

m. (2) Hester, d. of yames Cla>-ke, Esq.; (d.
March 8, 1752) ;

d. Feb., 1749.



1749. Frederick St. John, son of John (i) : Viscount St. John, Baron St.

John of Battersea, & a Baronet.

B. 1734;

St. Hop. Frederick St. John, 1742-1749;
succ. as 3rd Viscount St. John, Feb., 1749 ;
succ. as 2nd Viscount Bolingbroke, Dec. 15,

see title Bolingbroke.

Arms — Argent, on a chief gules, 2 mullets or.

Crest — On a mount proper, a falcon rising or, ducally gorged gules.

Supporters — Two eagles with wings expanded or, ducally crowned gules, & charged

on the breast with the badge of Tregoze, a horse's 'Hame' gold, enclosing

a field per pale argent & gules.

Motto— Nec qu^erere nec spernere honorem.



+



Viscounts.



Pat. ^.
Mil. Bk. 12.



228



ST. VINCENT.



ST. VINCENT.



1797. John Jervis, 2nd son




After J. Hoppne



'Stout made, broad-chested,
& had a remarkably com-
manding appearance.' . . .
'There was a peculiar dig-
nily of manner in Lord St.
Vincent, which united to
his pergonal appearance,
few could help admiring.' —
Captain E. P. Brenton,
Life of John, Earl of St.
Vliiicnt, II., p. 361, "S: I..
P- 351-



JERV/S.

of Swynfen Jervis, Esq. : Earl of St. Vincent,
Viscount St. Vincent of Meaford, & Baron
Jervis of Meaford.

B. Jan. 20, 1735 ;

educ. Burton-on-Trent Free School, & Green-
wich ;

Midshipman, Jan., 1748 ;

Lieutenant, Feb. 19, 1755 ;

Acting Commander, May 15, 1759 ;

Commander, Dec. tq, 1759;

Post Captain, Oct. 13, 1760;

K.B., May 28, 1782;

M,P., Launceston, 1783-17S4;

M.P., Great Yarmouth, 1 784-1 790 ;

Deputy lieutenant, co. Essex, June 4, 17S5 ;

Rear Admiral of the Blue, Sept. 24, 1787 ;

M.P., Chipping V/ycombe, 1790-1794;

Rear Admiral of the White, Sept. 21, 159:-;

Vice Admiral of the Blue, Feb. i, 1793 ;

Commander-in-Chief on the West India Station,
Oct. 3, 1793-Feb., 1795;

Vice Admiral of the White, April 12, 1794;

Admiral of the Blue, June i, 1795;

Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean,
Nov., 1795-June, 1799;

cr. Baron Jervis of Meaford, & Earl of St. Vin-
cent, June 23, 1797;

received Gold INTedai, 1797 ;

Admiral of the White, Feb. 14, 1799;

Commander-in-Chief in the Channel, April,
1800-Feb., 1801 ;

Lieutenant-General of Marines, Aug. 26,
1800 ;



Earl,

Viscounts.



Sr. VINCENT.



229



' A man of short stature ; his
look was replete with in-
telligence, & he had an
eagle's eye.' — Annual Bio-
graphy; 1824, p. 272.

'His manners were those of
ahighlypolished gentleman ;
& no man had more of the
finished courtier in all his
outward appearance & de-
meanour.' — Henry, Lord
Brougham, Slatamcn &=€.,
2nd Seri s, p. 162.

' His stature indicated rather
the strength of his robust
constitution than elegance :
his countenance was one of
thoughtfulness, dignity, &
a firmness which no man
could attempt to shake.
The resolute determination
of the blue large eye be-
neath his bold prominent
bro\\' was overpowering. ' —
J. S. Tucker, Memoirs of
the Earl of St. Vincent, II.,
P- 323-



Privy Councillor, Feb. 20, 1801 ;

First Lord of the Admiralty, Feb. 21, 1801-

Mayis, 1804;
cr. Viscount St. Vincent of Meaford, April

27, 1801 ;
Admiral of the Red, Nov. 9, 1805 ;
Commander-in-Chief in the Channel, (with the

Union Flag), Feb , 1806-April 24, 1807 ;
an Elder Brother of the Trinity House, July 3,

1806;
Joint Commissioner & Plenipotentiary to Lisbon,

Aug. 9-Oct., 1806 ;
F.R.S., Dec. 21, 1809;
General of Marines, May 7, 1S14 ;
G.C.B., Jan. 2, 1815 ;
Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Tower &

Sword, of Portugal, Sept. 15, 1817 ;
Admiral of the Fleet, July 19, 1821 ;
a Councillor of the Duchy of Cornwall ;
111. A'lartha, d. of Sir Thomas Parke?-, Lord

Chief Baron, June 5, 1783; (d. Feb. 8,

1S16);

d. March 15, 1823.



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z:^2^



Arms— Sable, a chevron ermine between 3 martlets or.

Crest — Out of a naval coronet or, encircled round the rim by a wreath of oak
vert, a demi Pegasus argent, wings elevated azure, and charged on the wing
with a fleur de lis gold.

Supporters— A-x/i-r, an eagle, wings elevated, grasping in the left claw a thunder-
bolt, all proper. Sinister, a I'egasu.s argent, wings elevated azure, thereon
a fleur de lis or.

Motto- -Thus.



230



ST. VINCENT.



RICKETTS.

1S23. Edward Jervis Ricketts, nephew of John : Viscount St. Vincent

of Meaford.

B. 1767;

educ. Winchester ;

St. Edward Ricketts, Esq., 1 785-1823 ;

Barrister ;

Deputy Lieutenant, co. Stafford, June 29, 1820 ;

succ. as 2nd Viscount St. Vincent, March 15,

1823;
took the name of Jervis, only, May 7, 1823 ;

m. (i) Hon. Alary Cassandi-a Tioisleton, znd d.
of Ihomas, loth Lord Say e &= Sele, Jan. 29,
1790; (divorced, 1790) ;

7H. (2) Alary A/me, 2nd d. of Thomas Parker,
Esq., of Park Hall, CO. Stafford; (d. Jan. ^,

^855);

d. Sept. 25, 1859.



"-.^r-



1S59. Carnegie Robert John Jervis, grandson of Edward (i): Viscount

St. Vincent of Meaford.

B. .\ug. 12, 1S25 ;

ecUic. Eton ;

St. Carnegie R. J. Jervis, Esq., 1843-1859 ;

Lieutenant, ' Queen's Own ' Staffordshire Regt.

tf Yeomanry, Aug. 10, 1852 ;
succ, as 3rd Viscount St. Vincent, Sept. 25,

1859;
Deputy Lieutenant, co. Stafford, Feb. 7, 1S60;

m. Lucy Charlolte, d. of fohn Baskcrvylc-Glcgg,
Esq., of IVUhinglon Hall, co. Chester,
March 14, 1848 ;

d. July ly, 1879.



Viscounts



ST. VINCENT.



231



1879. Edward John Leveson Jervis, son of Carnegie Robert John : Vis-
count St. Vincent of Meaford.
B. April 3, 1S50 ;
St. Hon. Edward John Leveson Jervis,

1859-1879;
educ. Harrow ;
Cornet, 7th (' Queen's 0\vn') Regt. of Hussars,

March 22, 1871 ;
Lieutenant, do., Oct. 28, 1871 ;

succ. as 4th Viscount St. Vincent, July 19,

1879;
received Zulu- War Medal & Clasp, (1879) J
received Afghan- War Medal, (1880) ;
Captain, i6th ('Queen's') Regt. of Lancers,

Feb. 26, 1881;
Aide-de-Camp to Major-Gen. Drury-Lowe,

(Egypt), Sept., 18S2 ;
Knight, 4th Class of the Medjidie, of Turkey,

Nov. 17, 1882 ;
received Egyptian- War Medal & Clasp, Jan.

21,1883;
received the Khedive's Star, 1S83;
Adjutant & Quarter-Master, Heavy Cavalry

Division, Camel Corps, (Egypt), 1884-

1885;

d. (of wounds), Jan. 22, 1885.



1885. Carnegie Parker Jervis, brother of Edward John Leveson -. Vis-
count St. Vincent of Meaford.

B. April s, 1855 ;

St. Hon. Carnegie Parker Jervis, 1859-1885;

Lieutenant, 2nd Derby Regt. of Militia, March
3,187s;

Lieutenant, 66th (' Berkshire ') Regt. of Foot,
Nov. 29, 1876 ;

Captain, 'Princess Charlotte of Wales's' Berk-
shire Regt. of Foot, Jan. 27, 1883 ;

succ. as 5th Viscount St. Vincent, Jan. 22. i£85.



VlSCOMNT.



232


SALISBURY.






Earls,






Count-






esses,






Makquises.




SALISBURY.




11 53- Patrick


of Salisbury, son of Walter of Salisbury : Earl of Salis-
bury, & Lord of Ambresbury.

B. before 1120 ;

Knight ;

St. 'Patrick de Sarum, Constable ;'

Steward of the Household to the Empress

Maud ;
cr. Earl of Salisbury, before Nov. 6, 1153 ;
Witness to the Compromise between King

Stephen & Henry, Duke of Normandy,






Nov. 6, 1153;


Feed. i. 18.




succ. as Lord of Salisbury & Ambresbury,






after 1153;






Sheriff, co. Wilts, 1156-1 160 ;


R. Pip. 2,
m. I.


' Ille prccclarus Pat


icius.'— G. Patron of Bradenstoke Priory, co. Wilts ;




de Mai'es, De


iii^'is curi- Chief Captain of the Ps,oyal Forces in Poitou,




aluitij^ p. 233.


1168 ;

m. (i) Aland, d. of ;

m. (2) Ela, Countess of Surrey &= Warcnnc,

after 1148; (d. Dec. 4, 1174);

killed, March 27, 1168.


R. de
Monte, 517.


1 1 68. William


' Fitz-Patrick,' son of Patrick (2) ; Earl of Salisbury, &
Lord of Ambresbury.
B. after 1148 ;

St. William ' Fitz-Patrick;'
succ. {de jnre) as 2nd Earl of Salisbury,

March 27, 1168 ;
Knight ;






Captain of Forces for the King, n 73-11 74 ;


Ben. Abb.,
i. 51, n.



SALISBURY.



233



Bearer of St. Edward's Staff, ist Coron. of

King Richard I., Sept. 3. 1189 ;
Sheriff, co. Wilts, 1190-1191 ;
a Surety for the Regent Longchamp, July 28,

1191 ;
Patron of Bradenstoke Priory ;
Sheriff, co. Wilts, 1193-1196;
a Bearer of the Canopy, 2nd Coron. of King

Richard I., April 17, 1194,
Captain in the King's Arm)', (Normandy),

1 195;
m. Alianor, d. of Robert de Vitri, &• widoiu of

William Faynel, about 1186 ;

d. April 17, J 196.



1196. Ela, daughter & heiress of William : Countess of Salisbury, & Lady

of Ambresbuiy.

B. 1187;

succ. as Countess of Salisbury, April 17,

1196;
Patroness of Bradenstoke Priory ;
Foundress of Henton Priory, April 16, 1232;
Foundress of Lacock Nunnery, April 16,

1232 ;
took the Augustinian habit at Lacock, Dec. 25,

1232 :,
elected Abbess of Lacock, Aug. 15, 1240;
resigned, Dec. 31, 1257 ;
m. William ' LiingesJ>h\' nat. son of King Henry

II., 1198; (d. March 7, 1226);
Arms— Six lions rampant, 3,2,
& I. d. Aug. 24, I26r.

Seal.



LUNGES P&E.

1 198. William ' Lukgesp^e,' nat. son of King Henry II. : Earl of Salls-

DURY, Lord of Ambresbury, & the Honour of

Eye.
VOL. III. tL_H



Earls,
Countess.
Ben. Abb.
ii. 81.



Hoveden,
iii. 137.



Hoveden,



R. Pip.



Monasticon,
vi. 5.



Ibid. 531.

Ibid.

[bid. 502.
Ibid.



234



SALISBURY.




From his effigy ; (after C. Slolhard).



B. before 1 1 76 ;

Knight ;

cr. Eail of Salisbury, 1198;

Seneschal of Pontorson, 1190;

Sheriff, co. Wilts, 1 200-1 205 ;

Chief Commissioner to treat with Navarre, (at

Angoulesme), Jan. -Feb. 5, 1201;
Lieutenant of Gaseony, May i, 1202 ;
Seneschal of Avranches, March, 1203;
Constable of the Tower of Avranches, May 28,

1204 ;
Constable of Dover Castle, & Warden of the

Cinque Ports, Sept. 9, 1204-May 25,

1206 ;
Lord of the Castle & Honour of Eye, Feb. 25,

1205;
Chief Captain of Forces in Poitou, 1205 ;
Joint Ambassador to Scotland, Nov. 30, 1205 ;
Sheriff, CO. Wilts, 1206- 1208 ;
Privy Councillor, [1208-12 11];
Warilen of the Marches of Wales, Dec. 16,

120S-1213 ;
Joint Warden of Eselmere Castle, Dec. 18,

1208;
Joint Ambassador to the Archbishops & Princes

of Germany, March 24, 1209 ;
Commander in the King's Array, (Ireland),

June-Aug., 1210 ;
Sheriff, COS. Cambridge & Huntingdon, May

23, 1212-1216;
Constable of Cambridge Castle, May 23,

1212-1216 ;
Chief Steward of the archbishopric of Canter-
bury, Aug. 28, 1 2 12 ;
Commander of the Royal Fleet, April, 1213;
Witness to the Charter granting England cS:

Ireland to the Poises, May 15, 1213;
Mar.shal of the English Army, (Flanders),

May, 1213-July 27, 1 2 14;
Chief Ambassador to Flanders, May 25,



Earl.



R. Magn.

Scacc.

Nurm.



Pat. m. s.

Pat. m. I-

R. Ncrm.
m. 3.

Pat. m. 10,



MS. 12, 5M.



R. Wend.,
iv. 237.

Pat. m 3.



Pat. m. 1, d.



Pat. ni. 6.



Pat. 'n. 4.



R. Wend.
Ill- 2B7.

Pat. m. 12.




From his effi^.



Dazuie a ".iz leonceux ram-
pans dor.'

MS. Harl 6589.



SALISBURY.



Sheriff, co. Wilts, June 26, 1213-1226;
Chief Ambassador to Flanders, June 26,

1213 ;
Steward of the Honour of Eye, Nov. 3, 1213 ;
Commissioner from the King to the Citizens of

London, May 16, 12 14;
Chief Captain of the Royal Army, (South of

England), Dec. 20, 1215;
Sheriff, co. Somerset, March 14, 1217 ;
Constable of Shyreburn Castle, March 14,

1217;
Sheriff, co. Lincoln, & city of Lincoln, May

24, 1217-1222 ;
Governor of the Castle of Mount-Sorel, 1 2 1 7 ;
Keeper of the Forest of Panchet, [Feb. 9,

1221];
Keeper of the Forest of Clarendon, [May 2,

1222] ;
Constable of the Castle of Sarum, [i223]-Jan.

4,1224;
Constable of the Castle of Devizes, [1223]-

Jan. 4> 1224;
Sheriff, co. Hants, Jan. 7, 1224;
Constable of Winchester, Porchester, & South-
ampton Castles, Jan. 7, 1224;
Sheriff, co. Stafford, 1224;
Sheriff, co. _Salop, 1224 ;
Warden of Framelingham Castle, Feb. 18,

1225;
Chief Captain of the Royal Army in Poitou,

March 25, 1225-1226;
Chief Commissioner to treat with the King of

France, July 4, 1225 ;
Chief Commissioner to treat with the King of

France, Oct. 12, 1225 ;
Patron of Brad en stoke Priory ;
Founder of Hethrop Priory, co. Gloucester,

1222 ;

;;/. Ela, d. &= h. of William' Fttz- Patrick,' Earl
of Salisbury, 11 98; (d. Aug. 24, 1261);

d, March 7, 1226.
H u 2



235

Earl.
Pat, 2, m II.

Ibid.
Ibid. m. 7.

p. It. m. 2.

R. Wend,
iii. 347.

Pat. m. It-
Ibid.

Ibid. m. 7,



R. Claus.
m. 15.



R. Claus.

DL II.



Pat. m, 12.
Ibid.

Pat. m. 7.

Pat. m. 5.
Ibid. m. 1.



Monast. vi.
3-



236



SALISBURY



1226. William Lungespee



1247 — ' Considerans Papa lo-
quentis facundiam, rationis
efficaciam, corporis elegan-
tiam, se ipsi favorabilem
exhibuit.' — MATH. Paris,



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