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Danish officer, who had served in the pre-
ceding war with Captain Norris, in the
Prince Frederick. Captain Roddam then
informed Mr. Giddy that he would not go
on board the French man of war in his own
boat, but must be sent for, and if that were
not complied with, he would hoist the British
colours immediately, and defend his ship as
long as she could swim. The gallant officer
and his brave crew were subsequently treated
with great harshness by their captors, they
were released however in about two months,
and sent to Jamaica, where Captain Roddam
was tried by a court martial, and most hon-
orably acquitted. When the court delivered
the sentence to Admiral Coates, commander
in chief, that officer immediately compli-
mented Captain Roddam by presenting him
with the minutes of the proceeding, and re-
questing, at the same time, that he would
cause them to be printed, as reflecting the
highest credit on the service and the British
flag. Those minutes were accordingly
printed at Kingston, in Jamaica. Our limits
will not permit us to follow Captain Roddam
through his subsequent equally enterprizing
and gallant career ; we shall merely detail
his promotions as an index to his splendid

services. He was appointed Rear Admiral
of the White in 1778, and the next year re-
ceived the rank of Vice Admiral of the
Blue. In 1780, he was made Vice Admiral
of the White. In 1787, of the Red, and
was appointed on the 20th April, 1789, com-
mander in chief at Portsmouth, where he
continued three years, a most active and
efficient commander. In 1793, he was raised
to the rank of Admiral of the Blue, in 1794,
of the White, and, in 1795, made Admiral
of the Red. Admiral Roddam m. first, on
the 24th of April, 1749, Miss Clinton, dau.
of Colonel Clinton, which lady died on the
9th December, 1750, issueless. He wedded
secondly, Alithea, daughter of Sir James
Calder, bart. of Calder, and thirdly, Miss
Harrison, aunt of the present Mrs. Bell, of
Woolsington. He d. in 1808, in his eighty-
eighth year, without issue, when his estates
devolved, under his will, upon his kinsman,
William Spencer Stanhope, esq. (the great
grandson of Mary Roddam and her husband,
Edward Collingwood) who, having assumed
the surname and arms of Roddam, is the
present Mr. Roddam, of Roddam.

Arms — Gules on a bend ermine, three
cinquefoils sa.

Crest — A stump of an oak, with a young
branch ppr.

Motto — Nee deficit alter.

Estates — In Northumberland.

Seat — Roddam Hall, Northumberland.


BECKFORD, WILLIAM, e?q. of Fonthill Abbey, in the county of Wilts, b. 29th
^ September, 1760, m. 5th May, 1783, the Lady Mar-

^"c^^i^ garet Gordon, sole surviving daughter of Charles, fourth
Earl of Aboyne, by the Lady Margaret Stewart, daughter
of Alexander, seventh Earl of Galloway, and had issue,

1. Margaret -Maria -Elizabeth, m. in May, 1811,
Lieutenant-General James Orde, and d. in 1818,
leaving two daughters, Margaret- Juliana-Maria, and
Susan -Jemima-Frances.

2. Susanna-Euphemia, m. 26th April, 1810, Alexander
Hamilton, now Duke of Hamilton, Brandon, and
Chatelherault. by whom her grace has one son and
one daughter, viz.

William-Alexander-Anthony-Archibald, Mar-
quess of Douglas and Clydesdale, b. in 1811.
Susan-Catherine-Harriet, m. in November. 18.32,
to Henry-Pelham Pelham-Clinton, Earl of Lin-
coln, son and heir-apparent of Henry Pelhain .
Duke of Newcastle.



This gentleman has long been distinguished by a refined taste in architecture, and the
possession of great literary powers : of the former, the magnificent seat of Fonthill was
a splendid though fragile testimonial— of the latter, the Caliph Vathek,* written
originally in the French language, will remain an imperishable record.

Mr. Beckford, who represented the city of Wells, and subsequently the borough of
Hindon, in several parliaments, inherited the estates upon the demise of his father, in


The family of Beckford appears to have
been of Saxon origin. It was, at an early
period of our history, settled in Gloucester-
shire ; deriving its patronymic from, or
giving name to, the parish of Beckford, or
Beceford, in that county. It occurs, fre-
quently, in the public records, amongst the
benefactors to abbies and other religious
houses, and has also been distinguished in
our warlike annals.

After the conquest of Jamaica in 1656,

Colonel Peter Beckford, son of Peter
Beckford, esq. who was brother to Sir
Thomas Beckford, rose, by his singular
ability in military and civil affairs, to the
highest stations in that colony. Having,
during the reign of Charles II., filled the
important office of president of the council,
he was, by William III., appointed lieu-
tenant-governor and commander-in-chief of
the island. He died in 1710, possessed of
immense wealth ; and amongst his imme-
diate descendants are the following repre-
sentatives of noble houses, viz. in the direct
male line, Beckford, now Pitt, Baron
Rivers : and in the female line, Ellis, Baron
Seaford ; Ellis, Baron Howard de Walden ;
Courtenay, presumptive heir to the earldom
of Devon ; and Carleton, Baron Dor-

Colonel Beckford left two sons, namely,
i. Peter, of whom presently.
II. Thomas, who had issue,

1. Ballard, whose only son,

Ballard, left a sole daughter
and heir,

Mary, w ho m. James John-
stone, esq.

2. Thomas, whose daughter and
eventual heiress,

Mary - Ballard, m. Edward
Long, esq. of Aldermaston

* Vathek (says Lord Byron) was one of the
tales 1 had a very early admiration of. For cor-
rectness of costume, beauty of description, and
power of imagination, it far surpasses all European
imitations, and bears such marks of originality
that those who have visited the East will find
some difficulty in believing it to be more than a
translation. As an Eastern tale, even Kasselas
must bow before it ; his " Happv Valley" will not
bear a comparison with the " Hall of Eblis."

House, Berks, the historian
of Jamaica, and had issue,

Edward-Beeston Long.

Robert-Ballard Long, a
lieutenant - general in
the army.

Charles-Beckford Long.

Catherine Long, who m.
Richard Dawkins, esq.

Charlotte Long, in. to Sir
George Pocock, hart.

Elizabeth Long, m. to Lord
Henry - Thomas Moly-
neux- Howard, deputy
earl marshal of Eng-
land, and had a son and
four daughters, viz.

1. Henry Howard,
esq. of Greystock
Castle, M.P.

2. Henrietta, in. to
Henry, Earl of Car-

3. Isabella, wife of
Charles Howard,
Viscount Andover.

4. Charlotte, m. to
James -Wentworth
Buller, esq. of
Downes, M.P. for

5. Juliana, m. to Sir
John Ogilvie, bart.

The elder son,

Peter Beckford, esq. Speaker of the
House of Assembly of Jamaica, died in 1735.
Having married Bathshua, daughter and co-
heir of Colonel Julines Hering,f he had

i. Peter, his heir.

H. William, successor to his brother.

in. Richard, M.P. for Bristol, died

iv. Nathaniel, died unmarried.
V. Julines, of Stapleton, in the county
of Dorset, M.P. for Salisbury, who
was s. by his son,

t This gentleman, through the lines of Oxen-
bridge, Throckmorton, Nevil, Beauchamp, and Le
Despencer, was descended from Edmund
' tacenet, of Langley, Duke of York, fifth son of.
Edward 111.



Peter Beckford, esq. of Staple-
ton. This gentleman m. 22nd
March, 1773, Louisa, second
daughter of George Pitt, esq. of
Strathfield Saye, M.P. for the
county of Dorset, who was ele-
vated to the peerage, in 1776, as
Baron Rivers of Strathfieldsaye,
and created in 1802, Baron
Rivers of Sudley Castle, in Glou-
cestershire ; the latter dignity
in remainder to his brother, Sir
William Augustus Pitt, K. B.
and after him to the male issue
of his daughter, Mrs. Beckford,
which lady left a son,

Horace William Beckford,
who changed his name to
Pitt, and inherited as third
Lord Rivers ; his lordship
was father of the present
vi. Francis, of Basing Park, Hants, m.
first, Lady Albinia Bertie, daughter
of Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster and
Kesteven, and secondly, Susannah,
only daughter and heiress of Richard
Love, esq. of Basing,
vn. Anne, m. to George Ellis, esq.
Chief Justice of the Island of Jamaica,
and left several sons, of whom John,
the second, was father to
Charles Ro-se Ellis, esq. who, in
1826, was created Baron Sea-
ford. His lordship's eldest son,
Charles- Augustus Ellis, has
succeeded, in right of his
mother, to the ancient barony
of Howard de Walden.
viii. Elizabeth, m. first, to Thomas
Howard, second Earl of Effingham,
and secondly, to Field Marshal Sir
George Howard, K.B.
Mr. Beckford was s. by his eldest son,

Peter Beckford, esq. who died without
issue, in 1737, when the estates devolved
upon his brother,

William Beckford, esq. of Fonthill, who
was twice Lord Mayor of the city of Lon-
don, and representative in parliament for
the metropolis in which his eminent talents,
consistency, and patriotism will ever be held
in honoured memory.* He died during

* There is a fine marble tablet to the memory
of this eminent magistrate in the Guild Hall of
the city of London. It represents him, officially-
robed, delivering the following spirited remon-
strance to King George HI. on the 23rd May,

Most Gracious Sovereign,
Will your Majesty be pleased so far to conde-
scend to permit the mayor of your loyal city of

his mayoralty, in 1770 ; having espoused
Maria, daughter and coheir of the Hono-
rable George Hamilton, M. P. for Wells,
second surviving son of James, sixth Earl
of Abercorn, who was lineally descended
from James Hamilton, second Earl of
Arran, Duke of Chatelherault, in France,
and regent, and heir presumptive of the
crown of Scotland, as great grandson of
King James II.; being grandson of James,
Lord Hamilton, by the Princess Mary, eldest
daughter of that Monarch. The said Maria
was, through her mother, Bridget, daughter
and sole heir of William Coward, esq. M. P.
for Wells, descended from the Protector
Somerset ; through him, by the illustrious
and historical lines of Wentworth, Clifford,
Percy, and Mortimer, from Lionel Plan-
tagenet of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence,
third son of Edward III., and through the
lines of Champernowne, Norreys, Fiennes,
and Bourchier, from Thomas Plantagenet
of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester, young-
est son of the same Monarch. Through
her great-great-grandfather, Sir Thomas
Hall of Bradford, Wilts, whom the said
Bridget Coward represented as sole heir
general, she was descended from the noble
and illustrious house of Latimer (see de-
scent from the Latimers at foot), Lords of

Mr. Alderman Beckford had by the said
Maria Hamilton, an only child and heir, the
present William Beckford, esq.

London, to declare in your presence on behalf of
his fellow citizens how much the bare apprehen-
sion of your Majesty's displeasure would at all
times affect their minds ; the declaration of that
displeasure has already filled them with inexpres-
sible anxiety and with the deepest affliction.
Permit me, sire, to assure your Majesty, that your
Majesty has not in all your dominions any sub-
jects more faithful, more dutiful, or more affection-
ate to your Majesty's person and family, or more
ready to sacrifice their lives and fortunes in the
maintenance of the true honour and dignity of
your crown. We do then with the greatest
humility and submission most earnestly suppli-
cate your Majesty, that your Majesty will not
dismiss us from your presence without expressing
a more favoured opinion of your faithful citizens,
and without some comfort, without some prospect
at least of redress.

Permit us, sire, further to observe, that who-
ever has already dared, or shall hereafter en-
deavour by false insinuations and suggestions to
alienate your Majesty's affections from your sub-
jects in general, and from the city of London in
particular, and to withdraw your confidence in,
and regard for your people, is an enemy to your
Majesty's person and family, a violator of the
public peace, and a betrayer of our happy con-
stitution as established at the glorious revo-



*„* It is a remarkable fact, that Mr.
Heck ford is, paternally or maternally, de-
scended from all the Barons of Magna
Charta, or the twenty five Conservators of
I lie public liberties, elected under the pro-
visions of the great charter, from whom there
is any issue surviving.

Arms. — Per pale gules and azure, on a
chevron argent, between three martlets or,
an eagle displayed sable ; within a bordure
of the fourth, charged with a double tres-
sure, flory and counter flory of the first.
The grant of the double tressure, under
the authority of the Earl Marshal of Eng-
land, registered in the college of arms,
and bearing date the 20th March 1810, was
intended to commemorate, not only the
extraordinary accumulation of descents of
the grantee, through various noble families,
from the blood royal of Scotland which are
verified in the line of Hamilton, but also the
remarkable facts, that his grandmother, on
the paternal side, Bathshua, daughter and
coheir of Julines Hering esq., was through
the lines above stated, of Oxenbridge,
Throckmorton, Nevil, Beauchamp, Le De-
spencer and Plantagenet, descended from
the said blood royal ; and that his grand-
mother, on the maternal side, Bridget Ha-
milton, was by her grandfather, William
Coward, esq. serjeant-at-law, and recorder
and member of Parliament for the city of
Wells, descended through the ancient
families of Dodington, of Dodington, and
Wyndham, and the illustrious houses of
Howard, Mowbray, Fitzalan, Bohun, and
Plantagenet, and also through those of
Scrope, Nevil, Stafford, Audley, and Clare,
from the said blood royal ; and, by her
mother, Mary, daughter of William Hast-
ings, esq. ; by her grandmother, Bridget,
daughter and at length sole heir of Sir
Thomas Hall ; by her great-grandmother,
Catherine, daughter of Sir Edward Sey-
mour ;"and by her great-great-grandmother,
Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Brune, esq.
of Athelhampton, Dorset, through several
distinct lines not participated by any of the
other branches of the house oi Hamilton,
also descended from the said blood royal :
and further, that the grantee having inter-
married with the Lady Margaret Gordon,
only daughter of Charles, late earl of
Aboyne, his daughters by such marriage
are likewise maternally descended, by
numerous and direct lines, from the kings
of Scotland, through many of the greatest
families of that kingdom, as well as through
the principal sovereign houses of Europe.

Quartering— 1st and 4th, Hamilton, gules,
three cinquefoils ermine, pierced of the field ;
2nd and 3rd, Arran, argent, a lymphad sable.

Crests — First, a heron's head erased or,
gorged with a collar flory counterflory gules.

in the beak a fish argent. Second, issuant
out of a ducal coronet or, an oak tree fructed
ppr. the stem penetrated transversely by a
frame-saw, also ppr. inscribed with the
word " through," differenced with a shield,
pendant from a branch of the tree, charged
with the arms of Latimer, being gules, a
cross flory or.

%* The second was a crest of Augmen-
tation, assigned under the Earl Marshal's
authority, to Mr. Beckford, in memory of
his representation of a co-heir of the Aber-
corn branch of the house of Hamilton ;
with a distinction in allusion to his descent,
through the ancient family of Mervyn, lords
of the manor of Fonthill-Gifford, from Wil-
liam, the first Lord Latimer.

Motto — De Dieu tout.

Estates — Lansdown, near Bath ; manors
of Milford and Woodford, Wilts ; Dank's
Retreat, and Rock River Plantations, and
Bodies Pen, in Clarendon, with other estates
in Jamaica.

Seat — Lansdown Crescent and Tower,
near Bath.


William, Lord Latimer, summoned to
parliament from 1299 to 1305, m. Alice,
daughter and co-heir of Walter Ledet, by
which alliance he acquired a moiety of the
barony of Warden, and a moiety of the whole
hundred of Corby, both in the county of
Northampton, and had, with William, his
successor and second lord, a younger son,

Sir John Latimer, who wedded Joane,
daughter and eventually heir of Sir William
de Gouis, and by her acquired, amongst
other estates, the manor of Duntish, in the
county of Dorset. He was s. at his decease
(10th Ed. III.) by his son,

Sir Robert Latimer, of Duntwich, who
m. Catherine Hall, and dying 35th Edward
III. left a son and successor,

Sir Robert Latimer, of Duntwich, who
wedded Margaret Peche, and had a son,

John Latimer, esq. of East Pulham,
whose son, by his wife Margaret Pipard,


Sir Nicholas Latimer, of Duntwich.
This gentleman was attainted in the reign
of Edward IV., but the attainder was sub-
sequently reversed. He m. Joan Hody.
His daughter and heir,

Edith Latimer, m. first, John Green,
esq. of Stotfould, in the county of Bedford.
She wedded secondly, Sir John Mordaunt,
and by him was mother of John, first Lord
Mordaunt, ancestor of the extinct Earls of
Peterborough. Her ladyship espoused,
thirdly, SirJohn Carew, but had no further
issue. Her daughter, by Green, and one of
the co-heirs of that gentleman,



Elizabeth Green, m. John Mervyn, esq.
of Fonthill, in the county of Wilts, and
left a daughter,

Elizabeth Mervyn, who espoused Tho-
mas Hall, esq. of Bradford, and was mother

Sir John Hall, knt. of Bradford, who
wedded Dorothy Rogers, and was s. by his

John Hall, esq. of Bradford. This gen-
tleman m. Elizabeth, daughter of Henry
Brune, esq. of Athelhampton, in Dorset-
shire, and had a son,

Sir Thomas Hall, knt. of Bradford, who
wedded Catherine, daughter of Sir Edward

Seymour, and left a daughter, eventually
his sole heiress,

Bridget Hall, who m. William Hastings,
esq. and her daughter,

Mary Hastings, espousing William
Coward, esq. M. P. for Wells, was mother

Bridget Coward (sole heiress to her fa-
ther), who m. the Honorable George Ha-
milton, M.P. for Wells, as in the text, and
left a daughter,

Maria Hamilton (co-heir of her father),
the wife of Mr. Alderman Beckford, and
mother of the present William Beckford,



Bannerets and Knights made after the Battle of Stoke.
Bannerets and Knights made after the Battle of Blackheath.
Opficers in command Anno 1569.
Knights of the Royal Oak.


[Bibl. Cott. Jul. c. also Claud, c. III.]

And that day [of the Battle of Stoke] the Kinge [Hen. VII.] made xm Bannaretts

and lij Knyghts whos names ensueth.

Theis be the names of the Bannaretts.

« ?ijb€rt Talbot "1 theis wer made b for
Sir John Cheyney V ^ B u
Sir Wm. Stowe

And after the Batell wer made the same day.

Sir John of Aroundel
Sir Thomas Cokesay
Sir John Forster
Sir Edmund Berryngfielde
Sir James Blount
Sir Richard Crofte
Sir Humfrey Stanley
Sir Richard de La Ver
Sir John Mortymer
Sir John Troutbeck

The names of the Knyghts made at Ike same Bataill.

Sir James Audeley
Sir Edward Mores
Sir Robert Clifforde
Sir George Upton
Sir Robert Abroughton
Sir John Paston
Sir Henry Willoughby
Sir Richard Pole
Sir Richard Fitzlewes
Sir Edward Abrough
Sir Geo. Lovell
Sir John Longvile
Sir Thomas Tirrell
Sir Roger Bellyngham
Sir William Carew

Sir William Troutbeck
Sir Thomas Poole
Sir William Vampage
Sir James Harrington
Syr John Denewyske
Sir Humfrey Savage
Sir Antony Browne
Sir Thomas Grey
Sir Nicolas Vaux
Sir William Tyrwhytt
Sir Amyas Pallet
Sir Bauff Langforth
Sir Henry Bould
Sir William Redmyll
Sir Thomas Blount
Sir Robert Cheyney
Sir John Wyndan
Sir John A. Musgrove
Sir George Nevill
Sir James Parker
Syr Edwarde Darell
Sir Edwarde Pykeriuge
Sir Thomas of Wolton
Syr Wm. Sandes
Syr Robert Brandon
Syr Moses Barkley
Sir John Dygby
Sir Raf Slinley
Sir William Litelton
Sir William Norres
Syr Thomas Hanseide
Sir Cristofer Wroughton
Syr Thomas Syr
Sir Moses Aborough
Syr Thomas Manyngton


[Bib. Cotton, Claud, c. III.]

Theise xim following wer made Banneretts at the Batell of Blackheath the xvn
day of June, Anno Domini 1497, Anno 12 of the Kinge agaynst y e comons of
Corn wail.

Sir Thomas Lovell, Bannerett
Sir Charles Somerset, do.
Sir Keignald Bray
>i i Richarde Guyldeforde
Sir Robert Harecourt

Sir Res ap Thomas
Sir Henry Willougby
Sir Richard Fitz Lewes
Sir William Tyrwhite
Sir Thomas Tyrell

Sir John Seint John
Sir Thomas Greene
Sir Robt. Broughton
Sir Nicholas Paulo


The xim Bannaretts beforesayde have payd ther fees v Merks apeece

— I

Sir John H
Sir Morgan

Dubbed at the Bridge foote, at the Kinge's enteringe of London after the
Batell of Blackheath.

Knyghts made at Blackheath fielde anno 12 of the Kinge on seint Botolphs day,
y e 17 of June Anno Dni 1497, agaynst y e comons of Cornwall.

Sir Edward Blount

Sir Wm. de La Poole, brother

to Edmd. de La Poole, Erie

of Suffolk, called Lord Wm.

of Suffolk
Sir Thos. Brandon
Sir John Savage
Sir Thomas Cornwall, Baron

Sir John Seymer
Sir Gyles a Bruges
Sir Edwarde Stanhope
Sir Robt. Lovell

Sir Robt. Tyrrell
Sir John Ferrers
Sir Robt. Druiy
Sir Henry Tay
Sir John Husse
Sir John Rodney
Sir John Montgomery
Sir Richard Pudsey
Sir John Darell of Kent
Sir Edmund Arundell
Sir Wm. Meyring
Sir John Peche
Sir Thomas Digby

Sir John Hungerforde
Sir Robt. Payton
Sir George Taylboys
Sir Philippe Calthorpe
Sir John Greene
Sir Roger Wentworthe
Sir Robt. Constable
Sir John Skipwith
Sir John Williams
Sir Rowland de Deylevylle
Sir Andrew de Trevisauo, a Ve-
Sir Lawrence Aylmer

Knyghtes Dubbed at the Bridge foote at the Kinges entering of London after the

Batell of Blackheath.

Sir John Tate, Maior of London
Sir John Shea, Sheryf of London
Sir John Sheffielde, Recorder of

Sir John Dunham
Sir Thomas Rotheram
Sir John Audeley

Sir Philip Cooke

Sir John Bruerton

Sir Thomas de La Launde


[Lansdowne MSS. 207. c. fol. 763.]

The Names of the principall Officers and Captaynes of the Army Marching North-
ward when the two Earles of Northumberland and Wastmerland rebelled, 1° Decem-
bris, A° 1569, A 12° Elizabethae Reginse.*

Ambrose Dudley, Earle of Warwycke . | L. L. Lieuetenants

Edward Lord Clynton, Admirall of England J

Walter Deuereux, Viscount Hereford L. Marshall

The Lord Willughby Commander of the Rereward

Robt. Car, of Ilifrid, esq Treasurer

Leonard Irby, esq Muster Master

John Highfeld, esq. . Prevost Marshall

Charles Howard, esq GeneraU of the Horse

Francis Knollys, esq Lieuten' of the Horse

Robt. Constable, esq ■ Sergeant Maior

James Spenser, esq M r of y e Ordnance

Tristram Tirwhitt, esq Camp Maister

John Henneag, esq M' Harbinger

Norroy King at Arms
Portcullis Herald at Arms

For this and the preceding papers I am indebted to Henry Tyrwhitt, esq. (Nantyr).



Captaynes of y e Horsmen.

Sir Henry Clinton, knt.
Rich. Berlie, esq.
Captaine Howard
Capt. Bowser
Captaine Dymocke
Capt. Calveley
Capt. Nevill . .
Capt. Corbet . .
Capt. Carlton . .

163 demi Lances

126 Demilances
146 Light Horsmen
108 Demylances
104 Light Horsmen
50 Light Horsmen
100 Lances


Capt. Drury
Capt. Dalton .
Capt. Dorrington
Capt. Breieton •
Capt. St. Poll .

Capt. Blunt .

Capt. Greene .
Capt. Turvile .

50 Light Horsmen
102 Light Horsmen

72 Light Horsmen
100 Lances

30 Lances
100 Pistolets and Light

122 Pistolets

87 Pistolets

Captaines of y e Footmen.

Sir John Zouch 321

Sir Thomas Venables 324

Sir Robert Tirwhitt 337

Captaine Thomas Clinton

Capt. Hall 163

Capt. Tourney 240

Capt. Carey 1000

Capt. Constable 272

Capt. Meres 343

Capt. Lascels 311

Capt. Darby 247

Capt. Denzill Hollys 252

Capt. Skipwith 341

Capt. Carsey 363

Capt. Hastings 500

Capt. George 310

Capt. Myldemay 203

Capt. Foliambe 319

Capt. Manners 300

Capt. Cobham 200

Capt. Burford 222

Capt. Fitzwilliam 360

Capt. Yaxley J 221

Capt. Buseby

Capt. Leighton 500

Capt. Horsey 500

Capt. Molyneux 336

Capt. Bowes 306

Capt. Lane 548

Capt. Worsley 216

Capt. Wingfield 126

Capt. Fulstrop 216

Capt. Devereux 343

Capt. Bruerton 100

Capt. Rigeley 100

Capt. Leigh 217

Capt. Thikness 107 Pioneers

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