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John Pearson, esq. m. Margaret, dan.
of — Brown, esq. of Spratton, and had a son,
Thomas Pearson, esq. of Moulton Park,
in the county of Northampton, who es-
poused Martha, only daughter of Thomas
Cooper, esq. of Ouilsborongh, and dying in
1766, left issue,

1. John, who had an only daughter,


2. Joseph, who m. Jane, daughter of
William Hill, esq. of Walsmgham,
and left an only daughter, Fanny, m.
to John Gates, esq.

3. James, who m. Kebecca, daughter
of J. Filkes, esq. of Wobum, and d.
in A784, leaving no male issue.

4. Charles, of whom hereafter.

5. Martha, m, to William Fabian, esq.
of London.

6. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Tilson
esq. son of — Tilson, esq. of South
hill Hall, in the county of York, and
d. in 1803, leaving one son, Thomas,
and a daughter, Elizabeth.

7. Mary, m. to Thomas Andrew, esq.
of Harlestone,in the county of North-
ampton, and d. in 1816.

8. Frances, m. to John Drake, esq. and
d. in 1816, leaving issue, Joseph and

9. Mehetable, m. to Thomas Lord, esq.
of Northampton.

10. Sally, III. to Tho. Buhner, esc^. and
d, in 1803, leaving no surviving issue.

The youngest son,

Charles Pearson, esq. b. in 1766, mar-
ried in 1780, Elizabeth, daughter of Wil-
liam Radford, esq. of Thames Ditton,( which
lady inherited in 1773, her uncle's property
at Tankerton in Kent,) and had issue,

1. Charles, present proprietor.

2. Elizabeth. 3. Clara. 4. Amelia.
Mr. Pearson purchased the manor and otiier
property at Whitstable, in 1791, and 1794,
from Viscount Bolinbroke. Med, let June,
1828, and was #. by his only surviving son,

Charles Pearson, esq. present possessor
and only male representative of this branch
of the Pearsons of Northamptonshire.

Amu — Ermine, on two bars gu. three

flfialef— Manor of Whitstable, Kent, and
divers farms therein, freehold lands in
Greenwich and Deptford, at Walton, Essex.
Freehold houses in the city of London.

Seats — Ravensbome House, Greenwich,
Tankerton Tower, near Whitstable.


HAVERS, THOMAS, esq. of Thelton Hall, in the county of Norfdk, b. in July, 1787,

m. in September, 1809, Dorothy, daughter of Forster
Charlton, esq. of Alndyke, in Northumberland, and has









Mr. Haven «• to the

upon the demise of hJ« fiuher.

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The Havbrses had dieir rise ander the
noble house of Norfolk, which they had
served for many generations.

John Havers was gentleman of the horse
to John, Duke of Norfolk, and attended him
in the battle of Boewoitii Field, wherein
that nobleman was slain. His successor,

John Havers, of Winfarthing, was stew-
ard of the Howard family. He espoused
Anne, daughter of — Bussing, of Brome,
and had issue,

Thomas, his heir.
WilliaMy who died issueless.
Gilbert, receiver for Norfolk.
Gawdy, married, and had issue.

Anne, m. to Edward Ward, of Binley.
The eldest son,

Thomas Havers, of Winfigurthing, pur-
chased, in 1602, the manor of Thelton, and
erected the present mansion. He married
Elizabeth, daughter of William Dale, and
had issue,

William, whd predeceased his fatiier,

John, heir.

Edward, steward of the Earl of Arun-
del's court
Thomas, farmer of the same noble-
man's jMU'ks, who m. in 1617, Miss
Anne Ward.

Henry, m. to Miss Elizabeth Ward.

Anne, m. to T. Shardelow, gent
Elizabeth, m. to W. Killingworth.
Dorothy, m. to John Whitefoot.
Frances, a nun.
Judith, m. to William Brown.
Mary, m. to H. Tindall.
Mr. Havers, who was steward to the Duke
of Norfolk, d. in 1606, and was #. by his
eldest surviving son,

John Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall, who
was bailiff to the Earl of Aruudell in 1610.
He m. Elizabeth, daughter of John Tindal,
of Banham, and had issue,
William, his heir.

Clere, of Brakendale, who m. and had
1. Richmond, d. s.p.
3. John, of Norwich, who m. Miss
Mary Collins, and had issue.
The elder son,

WiLUAM Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall,
was lord of the manor in 1604. He m.
Susan, daughter of — Brooke, esq. of White-
church, and had issue,

Thomas, of whom presently.


Susan, HI. to T. Risden, esq

Elizabeth, m. to H. Hnddleston, esq. ot
Sawston in Cambridgeshire.
Mr. Havers was #. at his decease by his
elder son,

Thomas Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall,
who m. first, Bfary Englefield, of Berkshire,
and secondly, Alice, daughter and co-heiress
of Sir E. Moore, hart of Kittington, in die
county of Notts. He was #. by his eldest

WiLUAM Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall,
who m. Miss Mary Dormer, and had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

William of London.

John, d, », p.

Mary, m. to H. Bedingfeld, esq. of
Stoke Ash in Suffolk.
The eldest son and successor,

Thomas Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall,
was lord of the manor in 1737. He wedded
Henrietta-Maria, daughter of Sir Simeon
D'Eews, of the county of Suffolk, and had

Thomas, his heir.



Mr. Havers, was #. by his eldest son,

Thomas Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall,
who ffi. Catherine, daughter of John Dutry,
esq. and had issue,

Thomas, his successor.




Catherine, m. to Francis Bedinrfeld,
esq. of Ditchingharo, in Norfolk.

Mary, m. to Jeremiah N orris, esq. of
Colney Hall, Norfolk.

Lucretia, m. to Thomas Wright, esq.
of Henrietta Street, London, Banker.


Rosa-Lelia, m. to John Needham, esq.
of Bickham, Somersetshife.


The eldest son,

Thomas Havers, esq. of Thelton Hall,
espoused Elizabelh, dan|;hter of Robert
Cliffe, esq. of Glandford Briggs, in te
county of Lincoln, and had f

Thomas, hit heir.







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Mr. HaTort was #. at hia decease by liu
eldest aon, ^e present Thomas Havers,
esq. ofTheltonHall.

Arm$ Or, on a fess sa. three chess-
toAb of the field.

Crest-^A griffin, sejant, erm. crowned
and collared.

Eitmt€$—'The whole parish of Thelton,
together with estates in die nei^bouring
parishes of S<H>le, Shimplinff, Dickleho-
rough, and Billin^ord, all in Norfolk.

iye«<— Thelton Hall, Norfolk.


DENISON, JOSEPH, esq. of Rusholme Park, in the county of Lancairter, b. in
1784, m. 3l8t August, 1812, Sarah, eldest daughter of William Hanson, esq. of Man-
cheater, and has a son and heir,

Edward-Hanson, b. 30th June, 1813.


Jonathan Benison, of Leeds, married
Miss Ajme Man, and had issue,
Samuel, d. s.p,

Joseph, of Leeds, who left issue.
Jonathan, of whom we are ahout to

Hannah, in. to Joseph Walker, esq. of
L e e ds ,

The third son,

Jonathan Dbnison, esq. of Leeds, es-
poused Mary, daughter of Rohert Ryder,
esq. of Leeds, and had a son,

W ILU AM Denison, esq. of Leeds, b. in 1729,
whom. 20th NoTcmher, 1752, Miss Hannah
Harrison, and was #. at his decease, 1779,
hy his son,

William Denison, esa.who m. atLirer-
pool, in 1780, Jane, dauffnter of John Wors-
ley, esq. of London, and had issue,

William-Brereton, b. in July, 1781,
and d. 1809, at St. Thomas's in the
West Indies.
Joseph, present possessor.
Mr. Denison d, at Lishon, 0th January,

Amu — ^Arg. a hend sa. hetween a uni-
corn's head erased ppr. and a crosslet or.

Crest — A man's dexter arm, naissant in
hend, sleere yert, hand ppr. pointing to a
star, or.

J^o/ef— Rusholme, purchased in 1824,
West Derby, in 1826, and paternal property
in Liyerpool.

Semi — Rusholme Park, Lancashire.

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CAY, JOHN, esq. of Charlton Hall, in the county of Northumberiand, F.R.S.£.
sheriff of Linlithgowshire, b. 3 Ist August, 1790, m. Ist June, 1819, Emily, daughter of
the late William Bullock, esq. secretary of the Island of Jamaica, by whran he has sur-
viving issue.

I. John.
5. Emily.

3. Robert
6. Eliaabeth.

3. William.
7. Lucy.

4. Edward.




The family of Cay (or, as the name whs
formerly spelt. Key) is belieycd to have
enjoyed very fair possessions in the Eastern
Borders. The following traditional account
of the loss of their ancient patrimony is still
recorded : at a remote period, the head of
the family having quarrelled with another
gentleman, they agreed to settle their dis-
pute, by combat, within the Ponndfold of
Alnwick. Having procured the key, they
locked themselves in, and threw it over the
wall. Key killed his antagonist, leaped
over the wall, and made his escape on foot
to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which was, at
diat period, without the jurisdiction of the

This murder and flight constitnting March
treason. Key's possessions were forfeited,
and he spent his life, in great indigence, at
Newcastle. His son or grandson, how-
ever, found means to be bound apprentice
to a brewer in Newcastle, and for several

S generations they pursued tiiat business, the
amily continuing to this day freemen of the
Corporation of Brewers and Bakers there.

In this line of business, a considerable
trade was at lenrtli established by Robert
Key or Cay, of Newcastle* which was much

extended by his widow, when left with a
large family, for whom she amply provided.
By her exertions a good deal of property
was acquired to the family in Newcaatle
and elsewhere. She was twice nearly ruined
by fires, yet, by economy and prudence, she
grew rich, and built houses for four of her
sons, to whom she gave an excellent educa-
tion. At a late period of her life, she con-
nected herself in trade with her third son,
Robert,* but being obliged to pay debts con-
tracted through his extravagance, was re-
duced to poverty. Her resolution was,
however, not to be shaken — she becan the
world again, throve, and grew ridi, leaviag
ample provisions to her famOy.
Her eldest son,

Jabez Cay, studied at Edinbun;h Uni-
▼ersity, in the reiffu of Charles II. when
James, Duke of York, was high commis-
sioner in Scotland, 1682. He was one of a
number of students, who, according to an-
nual custom, on the 5di November, burnt an
effiffy of ibe pope, at the gate of the palace of
HoTyrood. For this, he, along with others,
was summoned before the privy councO,
and was banished from Scotland. He went
to Padua, to complete his studies, and hav-
ing taken the degree of doctor in physic
there, he returned, and practised in Nm^-
umberlaud, where he accumulated a con-
siderable fortune, and, in conjunction with
a person of the name of Hutchinson, pur-
chased the estate of North Chariton, in 1006.
Dr. Cay dying in 1702, unmarried, left his
share of the property to his brother,

John Cay, esq. who obtained also from
the representatives of Hutchinson, their
interest in the estate, and thus beoune of
North Charlton. He m. Grace, daushter
and co-heir of Henry WooliT, esq. of Bred-
ling^n, and had issue.

* This Robert, after tmbtmasinf his aiothfr.
went to Irslind, and became sneMtor of the Cati»
of Londonderry and Burncranagh.

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R0BBRT9 bis tuccettor.

J(diii, h, in 1700, who waa appointed
jxnige of the Manhalsea, and was
author of a weU known edition of the
Statutes at lam, and of an Abridge-
ment of the Statutes. He m. Bliss
Boult, and had issue,
1. Henry - Boult, who m. Miss
Stawel Pigot, and left two
Frances, m. to Dr. Adams,
rector of Halsted in Essex.
3. Grace, m. to John Adams, esq.
and their descendants lire at
their estate at Painswick, in
3. Mary.
Mr. Cay was«. at his decease by his eldest son,
Robert Cay, esq. of North Charlton, and of
tiie Laygate, Durham, h. in 1694. This gentle-
man was engaged in considerable mercantile
speculations, me manufacture of salt, &c. He
published a letter in the newspapers of the
day, signed with the initials B. K. suggest-
ing the institution of an infirmary at New-
castle. The proposal was followed, and
thus gare rise to that excellent establish-
ment. The circumstance was commemo-
rated by giTing the name of B. K. ward to
one of the departments of the infirmary,
which name it still retains. He m. Eliza-
beth, daiAghter of Reynold Hall, esq. of
Catcleugh, and had issue,
John, his successor.

Robert, a colonel in the £. I. C. serrice,
who died of wounds received in action.
Mr. Cay, who possessed considerable anti-
quarian knowledge, was the correspondent
of Horseley, and contributed to the cele-

brated map of Northumberland as well as
to Horseley's great work, the Britamnui Mih
tiuma ; the whole of which passed through
Mr. Cay's hands to the press, and underwent
many corrections by him. The eldest son,
John Cay, esq. #. his father, and was a
deputy lieutenant, and justice of the peace,
for the county for Northumberland. He m.
Frances, daughter of Ralph Hodshon, esq.
of Lintz, and had a son and successor,

RoBERT-HoDSHON Cay, esq. h. 6th July,
1758, who was called to the Scottish bar,
and became successively one of the judges
of the consistorial court, and judge of the
high court of admiralty in Scotland. He
m. Elisabeth, daughter of John Liddell,
esq. of Nordi ShielcU, and had issue,
John, present proprietor.
Robert, d. young.

George (deceased).
Frances, m. to John-Clerk Maxwell,


Elizabeth (deceased).
Jud ge Cay was #. at his decease by his eldest

John Cay, esq. now representative of the

A rwkM Quarterly. First and fourth vert,
a rose arg. between two bars or, for Cay.
Second, az. a label of three points, arg.
over a bend, or. Third arg. a chevron be-
tween three wolves' heads, erased, gu. and
gorged with ducal coronets for WooliT of

Cret^ — A royal eagle gorged with a collar
and banner, vert bearing a rose arg.
MoHoSxt sine spini.
JESrtafff— Manor of North Charlton, in

Town i{efu<eti««— Edinburgh.
iS^— Charlton Hall.

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GREAVES, WILUAM, M.D. of Mayfield HaU, in the oonnty of Stafford, in. fint,

Anne-Ljdia, daughter and co-heiress of Robert Charles
Greayes, esq. (who afterwards assumed the surname of
Ley), and has surriving issue,

Charlbs-Sprenobl, barrister-at-Uw, M.A. of Qneea's
College, Oxford, and a magistrate for tiie covmty of
Stafford, h. in 1801.

Anne-Lydia, in. to the Rer. John Huyshe of Glysthy-
don, in DoTonshire.

He espoused secondly, Sarah, only surriving child of the
late Rey. Wm. Eyans, yicar of Mayfield, by whom he ha«

Spencer, b. 26th Febmary, 1810, an oiBcer in the army.

William-Goring, b. 6di May, 1818.

Edmund-Evans, b. 13Ui April, 1820.

Aden-Ley, b. 16th March, 1826.

Elisabeth. Sarah. Frances. Alice.

Dr. Greayes is a justice of the peace for the county of


The family of Greaves is of high anti-
qui^, its patriarch having passed into Eng-
land in the train of the Conqueror. The
first of its members, however, of whom we
possess any authentic record, is

— Lbs Grbvbs, who was seated at Beely
and Greves, in Derbyshire, as early as ihe
reign of Henry I. from which time, until the
latter end of the seventeendi century, his
descendants continued to reside there. They
had several grants from the crown ; Uie last
of which was in the 12th year of Jambs I.
when that prince granted to John Greaves,
esq. the then possessor of Beely, the power
of holding a court leet for the manors of
Beely, Stanton Birchover, Bridgetown,
Coroley, Gratton, and Winstar. In 1664,
the old hereditary estates at Beely were
sold to John, Earl of Rutland, and the head
of the family left Beely, and settled at
Ma3rfield, in Staffordshire, where his descen-
dants have ever since remained.

John Greaves, of Greaves, in the county
of Derby, espoused Alice, daughter of Wil-
liam Brown, of Holme, in the same shire,
and had issue,

John, his successor.




The eldest son,

John Greaves, of Greaves, and^f Beeley,
in the county of Derby, m. Ellen, daughter
of John Slack, of Brough, in the saniie
shire, and had, with junior issue,
John, his successor.
Richard, of Birchover, in the county of
Derby, who m. Margsret, daughter
of Henry Supper, of Darley, in that
Mr. Greaves was #. by his eldest son,

John Greaves, esq. of Greaves, Beeley,
and Woodhouse, aU in the county of Derby,
who wedded Dorothy, daughter of George
AUen, esq. of Woodhouse, and had, with
other issue,

John, his successor.
George (second son).
Jose}^ (seventh son), who left a son,
Charles, of Woodhouse, living in
1713, who m, Eliza, daughter of
William Taylor, esq. of Sottth-
The eldest son,

John Greaves, esq. was father of an-

John Greaves, esq. who m. Ann, daa^ter

of George Birch, esq. and had issne,

I. WiLUAM, his successor.

II. Joseph, of Ingleby, in DerbyAir«i

who left issue,

1. Joseph, of Aston-on-Trent, whi

m. the sister of Sir B Bootkby

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bart by whom (who d, in 1820)
he had two daughters, one of
whom married — Sneyd, esq. of
Berkeley Lodge, and the other,
Anne, d* unmarried in 1827.

2, William, of Liverpool.

3. Robert, also of Liverpool.

111. George, of London, who d. $. p. be-
fore 1738, leaving his property in
equal shares to ^e children of his
brothers, William and Joseph.
Mr. Greaves was $, at his decease by his

WiLUAM Grbaves, esq. of Mayfield, in
the county of Stafford, who m. Elizabeth,
sister of the Rev. Mr. Bradley, vicar of
Mayfield, by whom (who d, 17th July, 1736)
he had issue,

WiLUAM, his successor.
Sarah, who m. the Rev. Edmund Evans,
vicar of Mayfield, and had issue,

1. William Evans, in holy orders,
vicar of Mayfield, who m. Miss
Elizabeth Spencer, of Wyaston,
and by her (who d, 28th October,
1825) left at his decease in 1816,
an only surviving child,

Sarah Evans, who became
the second wife of Dr.
WiLUAM Greaves, the pre-
sent proprietor of Mayfield

2. Elizabeth, m. to — Goodwin,
esq. and has issue.

The only son and successor,

WiLUAM Greaves, esq. of Mayfield and
Ingleby, espoused Dorothy, sister of George
Ley, esq. of Mayfield Hall, by whom (who
d. in 1784) he had issue,

1. George, in holy orders, of Stanton-
by-Bridge, Derbyshire, who married
twice, and left issue.

2. Robert-Oharles, of Ingleby Hill,
who assumed, by sign-manual, the
surname of Ley. He m. Miss Eliza-
beth Harthill, of Donesthorpe, in the
county of Leicester, and by her (who
d. in 1821) had two daughters, his
co-heirs, viz.

Anne-Lydia, who became the
first wife of Dr. Wii.uam
Greaves, now of Mayfield Hall.

Frances, m. to Humphrey Sen-
house, esq. of Nether Hall, in
the county of Cumberland, and
has issue.

3. John-Da VIES, of whom presently.


6. Ralph Christopher, who m. Miss
**•' Anne Vincent, but d, s.p. in 1781 .

7. Dorothy, m. to the Rev. Richard
Dodsley, of Spondon, Derbyshire,
and has issue.

The third son,

John Da vies Greavks, esq. of Burton-
on-Trent, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Richard
Newton, esq.* by whom (who d. in 182'2.
at the advanced age of eighty) he left issui.
at his decease in 1784,

William, present proprietor of May
field Hall and representative of the
George- Williamson, m. and has issue.
John, d, in 1823, leaving three sone

and a daughter.
Robert-Christopher, im. and has issue.
Richard, d. unmarried.
Dorothy, m. to John Smith, esq. of
Repton, Derbyshire, and has a son
and daughter.


A brmnck of which is now represented hjf
Dr, Greaves,

George Goring, esq. of Ovingdene, Sus-
sex, espoused Anne, daughter of Sir Henry
Deniiey, of Waltham, Essex, knight, and
sister of Edward Denny, earl of Norwich,
and had issue,

George (Sir), knt. of Hurst Pierpoint,
who was elevated to the peerage,
14th of April, 1032, as Baron Go-
ring, of Hurst Pierpoint, in the
county of Sussex, and in two years
afterwards obtained a grant of the
offices of secretary, clerk of the
signet, and clerk of the council,
within the principality of Wales.
His lordship subsequently rendering
the highest services to Ktng Charles
I. after the breaking out of the civil
wars, was advanced to the dignity of
Earl of Norwich, by letters patent,
dated 8th of November, 1644. He
ffi. Mary, daughter of Edward, Lord
Bergavenny, by whom he had, with
several daughters, two sons, viz.
I. George, so gallantly distin-
guished in the civil wars, as
" General Goring." This he-
roic personage fought to the last
in the cause of his royal and
unfortunate master; and, after
tlie surrender of Oxford, retiring
to the Netherlands, acquired
fresh laurels, as lieutenant-ge-
neral of the King of Spain's
army. He m. Lettice, daughter

* This gentleman was nearly related to Sir
Isaac Newton. An original portrait of that di«-
tinguished personage, as well as some of his plate,
are still in possession of the family.

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of Richard, Earl of Cork, but d.
s.p. in 1662, prior to his father.*

2. Charles, second earl, who es-
poused Lsidy Baker, daughter
of — Leman, esq. and relict of
Sir Richard Baker, knt. but
dying without issue, in 1678, the
Jiarony of Goring and Earldom
of Norwich became extinct
(See Burke* »• Extinct Peerage),

3. Elizabeth, m. to William, Lord
Br ere ton.

4. Mary, m. to Sir Drue Dene,

5. Diana, m. first, to Thomas Co-
vert, esq. of Slaughan, and se-
condly, to George Porter, esq.

6. Catherine, m. to William Scott,
esq. of Scott's Hall, Kent.

II. Henry.
The second son,

Henry .GoUino, esq. of Kinpton, in
Staffordshire, Hying in 1669, was father of

William Goring, esq. of Kingston, h. in
1650, who m. in 1672, Sarah, only child
and heiress of John Gilbert, esq. of Frod-
ley Hall, by whom (who d, in 17(f7,) he had,
(with several children, the issue of all of
whom are now extinct),

Henry, of Frodley Hall, who died in
1748, leaving an only child and

* The attachment of the Gorings to the cause
of the ill-fated Stuarts, was not confined to the
heroic efforts of this gallant soldier. Of the same
branch of the family was also the famous Colonel
Goring, the faithful adherent to the fortunes of
the young Chevalier, who died a field-marshal in
the Prudsian service. The present Dr. Greaves is
in possession of a beautiful silver medal, about the
sice of a half crown, hut considerably thicker, which
was presented by Prince Edward to the colonel.
On one side is the head of Charles-Edward.
On the reverse an old and dead tree, with a
young one springing up from its roots with the
simple inscription, " Revirescit,'' 1650.

heiress, who wedded Morgan Tho-
mas, esq. and left, at her decease, an
only son,
Rees-Goring Thomas, fatlier of
the present Rebs-Gorino Tho«
MAS, esq. of Tooting. (See that
The daughter,

Sarah Goring, espoused William De-
bank, esq. of Barton under Needwood, and
had issue,

William, who d. unmarried at the age
of ninety.

Sarah Debank, who m. Richard Newton,
esq. of Burton-on-Trent, and left at her
decease, with several other children, .who
all died unmarried,

Anne Newton, m. to John Newton,

esq. of Ashby de la Zouche.
Sarah Newton.

EuzABETH Newton, who m. as stated
above, John-Davies Greaves, esq.
and was mother of the present
Dr. William Greaves, of May-
field Hall.

Arms—¥oT Greaves. Gu. and rert, an
eagle displayed or.
Quarter! NGS :
Ley — Quarterly arg. and or, five lo-
zenges in a bend, gu.
Gilbert — Gu. an armed leg, cooped
at tiie thigh in pale, between two
broken spears arg. headed or.
Newton — Sa. two shin bones saltire
ways, the sinister surmounted by the
Goring — Arg. a chevron gfu. between

three annmets.
Harthill — Arg. on a mount ppr. a
stag lodged, gu.
Ch*eit — An eagle displayed, or, winged

Mottoes — Aquila non captat muacaa;*
Suprema queero ; and Dum spiro spero.
5«fa/— Mayfield Hall, Derbyshire.

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LITTLETON, EDWARD-JOHN, esq. of Teddesley, in the county of Stafford, and
one of the Knights in Parliament for that shire, b, 1 8th March,
1 79 1 , m. 2 Ist December, 1812, Hiacinthe-Mary, daughter
of Richard Marquess Welleslej. and haa issue,



Emily, m. I6th Aug. 18d2, to Charles, Yiscoont Newark.

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