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Deborah, m. to William Reed, esq. of
Sand Hutton, in the county of York.

Elizabeth, m. first, to George Mowbray,
esq. of Ford, in Cheshire, and se-
condly, to John Goodchild, esq. of
Pallion, in the same county. She d.
in 1828.
Mr. Wilkinson d. in 1758, and was s. by his
eldest son,

William Wilkinson, esq. of Newcastle-
upon-Tyne, who served the office of sheriff

of the county of Northumberland in 1757.
He m. Philadelphia, daughter and, even-
tually, sole heiress of Thomas Clennel, esq.
of Clennel, in Northumberland, and had

1. Anthony, his successor.

2. Thomas, who succeeded his brother.

3. Richard of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
d. s. p.

4. Wilfred, an officer in the army, d. in

5. William, a general in the army, and
colonel of the 30th regiment of foot.

6. John, sometime of Gray's Inn, after-
wards of Hoppiland, in the county of
Durham, who d. in 1816.

7. Percival, m. and had issue.

8. Philadelphia, m. to the Rev. Hugh
Hodgson, of Eglingham, in Northum-
berland, and is deceased.

9. Dorothy, m. to Henry Collingwood,
esq. of Lilburne Tower, in Northum-
berland (his second wife).

Mr. Wikinson d. 14th October, 1768, and
was s. by his eldest son,

Anthony Wilkinson, esq. who d. un-
married, and was s. by his brother,

Thomas Wilkinson, esq. This gentleman
espoused Hannah-Elizabeth, daughter and
co-heir of Robert Spearman, esq. of Old-
acres, in the county palatine of Durham, by
whom (who d. 27th April, 1831) he had issue,

1. Anthony, his successor.

2. Clennell.

3. Perceval-Spearman, in holy orders,
m. in 1817, to Sophia, only child of
P. J. Anstruther, esq. (who was the
only son of Lieutenant-general An-
struther), and has issue,






Mary- Anstruther.


4. Wilfred, of the R. N. d. in the West

5. Elizabeth-Philadelphia, m. in 1816,
to Calverly-Bewicke Bewicke, esq.
of Close House, Northumberland,
and has issue.

6. Hannah-Isabella, m. to Warren
Maude, esq. of Green Bank, Durham,
and has issue.

Mr. Wilkinson d. in November, 1825, and



was s. by his eldest son, the present An-
thony Wilkinson, esq. of Coxhoe.

Arms — Gules, a fess) wavy, between three
unicorns' beads ar.

Crest — Out of a mural coronet gu. a uni-
corn's bead, ar.

Estates — Hulain, Coxboe, Kdderacres,

Sheraton, and tbe Granges, Hurworth Rr\ an,
\V liite Hurworth, Langdale, Stanley, Holm-
side, Tnisdale, Whitton, Brafferton, Wood-
bam Born, Rushyford and Stobbalee, in
tbe county palatine of Durham.

Seat — Coxhoe.


WARD-PLUMER, ROBERT, esq. of Gilston Park, in the county of Herts, b.

19th March, 1765, m. first, 2nd April, 1796, Catherine-
Julia, daughter of C. J. Maling, esq. of Hilton, Durham,
(and sister of Admiral Maling, and of the Countess Dowager
of Mulgrave) by whom he has issue,

Henry-Gkouge, late minister plenipotentiary for acknow-
ledging tbe Mexican Republic, m. Emily, second daugh-
ter of Sir John Swinburne,* bait, of Capheaton, and
lias (with four daughters) two sons, viz.

1. Dudley.

2. Swinburne.

Mr. Ward espoused secondly, 16th July, 1828, Jane, relict
of William Plumer, esq. of Gilston Park, and daughter of
the Hon. and Rev. George Hamilton, son of James, seventh
Earl of Abercorn (by his countess, Anne, daughter of Colonel
John Plumer, M.P. of Herts, 1680.) In consequence 6f this alliance and his marriage
settlement, Mr. Ward assumed by sign manual, the additional surname and arms of
Plumer. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford ; called to the bar, and appointed
in 1805, one of the Welsh judges, but retired from the profession to become under
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. He Avas afterwards, from 1807 to 181 1, a Lord
of the Admiralty; Clerk of the Ordnance from 1811 to 1823 ; and finally Auditor of
the Civil List, until the abolition of that office in 1831.

Mr. Plumer- Ward is now (1832) High Sheriff for the county of Herts. He is dis-
tinguished in the literary world as the author of the History of the Law of Nations,
and of Tkemaine, De Vere, &c. &c.

* The eminent house of Swinburne is amongst the most ancient in the kingdom deriving from the
flower of the nobility of Europe, and bearing no less than eighty-six quarterings in its shield. It
enumerates as lineal progenitors, the early kings of France, many emperors, dukes of Normandy, the
I'lantagenets, kings of England, the Percies, (including Hotspur) the Nevilles, all the Greys, the
\\ illoughbys D'Kresby, the Warrens, Howards, Cliffords, Yesois, Mortimers, Fitzhughs, Fitzalans,
Fitzwaiters, Ratcliffs ; the Bohuns, Vauxes, Dacres of the North, Widvilles, De Ross, De In
Poles, Mowbrays, Beanchamps, &c. &c. Of the twenty-five barons who wrenched Magna Charta
from John, it is a fact worthy of observation, that eighteen weie dim I ancestors of the S\v inhumes.




This branch of the family of Ward has
long: borne the same arms as the noble house
of Ward, Viscounts Bangor, as Seth Ward,
Bishop of Salisbury, in the time of Charles
II., as Chief-baron Sir Edward Ward, as the
Wards of Pomfret, and as John Ward of
Squirries, Kent; but nothing positive has,
as yet, been ascertained regarding its foun-
dation, prior to the year 1704, owing to the
fact of

John Ward, esq. having died in the gar-
rison of Gibraltar, where he had previously
served at the taking of that celebrated for-
tress, under Admiral Rook and the Prince of
Hesse. He left an only son, an infant, un-
der guardianship,

John Ward, esq. born in the garrison,
and who resided almost all his life in Spain.
He was a merchant there, and only settled
in England in 1782, having previously es-
poused a Spanish lady, by whom he had issue,

1. George, of Northwood Park, in the
Isle of Wight, a merchant of great
eminence in the city of London, who
m. Miss Mary Woolfell, and had the
following children, viz.

George, of Northwood Park, m.
Mary, daughter of Dr. Saunders.

William, a director of the bank,
and late member of parliament
for the city of London, m. Emily,
dau. of Hervey Combe, esq. an
alderman, and M.P. for the city
of London.

Henry, m. Harriet, daughter of R.
Davies, esq. director of the East
India Company.

John, m. Miss Grace Lind, of Ire-

Henry, in holy orders, m. Miss
Harriet Seymour, niece of Ho-
race, Lord Rivers.

Richard, a lieutenant in the 7th




Harriet, m. to J. Beckford, esq.
a commander in the R.N. cousin
of Lord Rivers.


2. Robert, of Gilston Park.

3. Elizabeth, d. unmarried.

4. Charity, m. to William Saunders,


The Plumers came from Old Windsor,
about the year 1660, upon acquiring Gilston
and Blakesware in Hertfordshire. Tra-
ditionally they derive from a Saxon knight,
but the pedigree in the herald's college dates
only from the time of Elizabeth, at which
period they were a family of great opulence.
In 1680, Walter Plumer was created a ba-
ronet, but the title is now extinct.

Colonel John Plumer, of Blakesware,
in the county of Hertford, M.P. for that
shire, espoused, in 1680, Mary Hale, of the
Hertfordshire family, of King's Walden,
and his eldest daughter,

Anne Plumer, m. James Hamilton, se-
venth Earl of Abercorn, by whom she had,
with other children,

James Hamilton, who succeeded as

eighth Earl of Abercorn.
John Hamilton, father of

John-James Hamilton, who inherited
as ninth earl, and was created Mar-
quess of Abercorn. His lordship
was s. at his decease, in 1818, by
his grandson,
James, present Marquess of
George Hamilton, in holy orders, one
of the canons of Windsor, rector of
Taplow, and vicar of Bray, in Bucks,
m. Elizabeth, daughter of Lieutenant-
general Richard Onslow, and left,
with other issue, at his decease, in
Jane Hamilton, who espoused first,
William Plumer, esq. of Gilston
Park, forty years member of par-
liament for the county of Hert-
ford. This gentleman, no male
Plumer being then left, named
his wife sole heiress to his estates,
and she inherited accordingly at
his decease. Mrs. Plumer m.
secondly, Robert Ward, esq.
who thereupon, as already stated,
assumed the additional surname
and arms of Plumer, and is the
present Mr. Plumer-Ward.



Arms — Quarterly : first and fourth, az. a
cross moline or, in the dexter and sinister
points in chief, a key and an anchor res-
pectively, for Ward. Second and third
party per chevron fleury, counter-fleury,
gules and arg. three martlets, counter-
charged, for PLUMER.

Crests — For Ward, a wolf's head erased
and langued ppr. holding a large key in the
mouth. For Plumer, a demi-lion, gules, his
paw holding a garb, or.

Estates — Estate and manor of Chesham-
Woburn, in the county of Bucks ; manors

of Gilston Overhall, Netherhall, Eastwick,
and Standon lordship, Standon friary, and
Standon street, in the county of Herts;
Blakesware, in the same shire, and seven
manors appendant to Cheston Hall, Suffolk ;
advowsons of Stanton and Eastwick, Herts ;
Halesworth, Suffolk, and North Weald,

Town Residence — Cavendish-scmare .

Seats — Gilston Park, and Standon Lord-
ship, Herts; Chesham-Woburn Hall, liucks,
and Cheston Hall, Suffolk.


LEYCESTER, RALPH, esq. of Toft Hall, in the county of Chester, b. 1764, m.
Susanna, eldest daughter of the Rev. Egerton Leigh, of the family of High- Leigh,
and has issue,

Ralph-Gerard, b. 11th October, 1817.



Mr. Leycester formerly represented Shaftesbury in parliament.


Leycesters of Poole, which con-
tinued to reside there until Richard
Leycester, mayor of Chester, hav-
ing no issue, gave all his lands in
Poole to Sir Henry Delves, hart, of
Dodington, in marriage with Mary
Leycester, his niece.
John, living in the reign of Henry IV.
Robert Leycester was s. at his decease by
his son,

Robert Leycester, of Toft, the first of
this family apparently in possession of that
estate. He m. Jane, daughter and co-heir
of Ralph Booth, younger son of Sir Robert
Booth, of Dunham Massy, and had, with
other issue, a son and heir,

Ralph, who m. Agnes, daughter of Ro-
bert Ratcliffe, and predeceasing his
father, left two sons,

John, successor to his grandfather.
Robert Leycester was s, at his decease by
his grandson,

John Leycester, of Toft, who m. Eli-
nour, one of the ten daughters and co-heirs
of Sir James Harrington, of Wolfage, in

Ralph Leycester, younger brother of
John Leycester, of Tabley, espoused Joan,
daughter and heiress of Robert Toft, of
Toft, and dying temp. Richard II. was *.
by his son,

Robert Leycester, who had issue,
ROBERT, his successor.
Randle, who m. Isabel, daughter and
co-heir of David Crew, of Pulcroft,
and from this alliance descended the



the county of Northampton, and was s. by
his eldest son,

Ralph Leycester, of Toft, who m. in
1489, Ellen, daughter of Ralph Egerton, of
Ridley, in Cheshire, by whom (who es-
poused after his decease Robert Honford,
of Chorley) he had a son and successor,

Sir Ralph Leycester, of Toft, who re-
ceived the honour of knighthood at Leith,
in Scotland, 11th May, 1544, at which time
the Earl of Hertford, being then general,
knio-hted several Cheshire gentlemen. Sir
Ralph m. first, Ellen, daughter of Philip
Legh, of Boothes, and had issue,
Ralph, who d. young.
William, his successor.
Laurence, who m. Jane, daughter of

John Warburton, of Bromfield.
John, d. s. p.

Elizabeth, m. first, to Sir Randle Man-
waring, of Over Pever ; and, se-
condly, to Sir Edmond Trafford, of
Anne, m. to Philip Manwaring, brother

and heir to Sir Randle.
Ellen, d. young.

Mary, m. to Hugh Calverley, of Lea,
in Cheshire.

Sir Ralph espoused, secondly, Jane, daughter
of Sir John Calverley, of Lea, and relict
of John Edwards, of Chirk, in Denbighshire,
but had no further issue. He d. 23rd Fe-
bruary, 1572, and was s. by his eldest sur-
viving son,

William Leycester, of Toft, who m.
first, Katharine, daughter of John Edwards,
esq. of Chirk, and had issue,

Ralph, predeceased his father, s. p.

George, his successor.

Jane, m. to Henry Davenport, of Chor-

Anne, )

Ellen, r who all d. unmarried.

Parnell, '

Mary, m. first, to Rowland Huntington ;
secondly, to David Middleton, of
Chester ; and, thirdly, to George Cal-

He espoused, secondly, Elizabeth, daughter
of Robert Worlseley, of Boothe, in Lan-
cashire. This William sold all his portion
of Bucklesworth, in Northamptonshire, to
Thomas Barham, of Teston, Kent, for the
sum of £300. He d. 18th November, 1589,
and was buried at Mobberley.

Sir George Leycester, of Toft, hiseldest
surviving son and successor, m. Alice, eldest
daughter of Peter Leycester, esq. of Tabley,
(and co-heir to the lands of Colwick, in
Staffordshire, in right of her mother, daugh-
ter and heiress of Edward Colwick, esq. of
Colwick), and had issue,

William, ) , ., ,

f both d. young.
George, > J °

Ralph, his successor.

Elizabeth, d. in infancy.

Katharine, m. first, to William Tatton,

esq. of Withenshaw, Cheshire ; and,

secondly, to Dr. Nichols, Parson of

Mary, m. in 1611, to James Massy, esq.

of Sale.
Alice, m. to John Bradshaw, esq. of


The following appointment appears, from
an old deed dated 15th May, 1586, " Robert,
Earl of Leycester, Baron of Denbigh, her
majesty's lieutenant and captain-general of
all her army and forces in these parts, and
governor-general of all the provinces and
cities united, and their associates in the low
countries, for the good opinion we have of
the fidelity of this gentleman, George Ley-
cester, our servant, we have appointed him
captain of 150 foot-men, and Hugh Starkey
his lieutenant." Sir George was knighted
about the 44th of Elizabeth, and was made
sheriff of Cheshire by patent, dated 29th
December, 45th of Elizabeth, but the queen
dying in March following, he had another
patent for the same durante beneplacito. He
departed this life, with the reputation of
having been a person most serviceable to
his country, in 1612, and was s. by his only
surviving son,

Ralph Leycester, esq. of Toft, who m.
Mary, daughter of Anthony Woodhull, esq.
of Mollington, in the county of Oxford, and
had issue,

George, his successor.



Mary, m. first, to Culvert Chambers,
esq. of Oxfordshire ; secondly, to Job
Ward, esq. ; and, thirdly, to Colonel
William Ay re.

Jane, m. first, to Captain Conney ; and,
secondly, to Thomas Hart, of Fetter-
lane, London.

Townshend, m. to George Brown, esq.
of Radbrooke.

d. s.




Ralph Leycester disposed of his part of the
lands of Colvvick, and dying in 1640, was
*. by his eldest son,

George Leycester, esq. of Toft, who
m. Dorothy, daughter of John Clayton, esq.
and sister and co-heir of Richard Clayton,
esq. of Crooke, in Lancashire, and had
several children, by the eldest of whom,

Ralph Leycester, esq. of Toft, he was

succeeded at his decease, in 1671. This gen-
tleman espoused Eleanor, daughter of Sir
Peter Leycester, hart, of Tahley, the well
known historian of Cheshire, and had issue,
George, his successor.
Ralph, a military officer, who d. in

Eleanor, m. to Thomas Molesworth,

esq. of Wincham.
Elizabeth, ) died unm . irried .
Dorothy, )
Frances, m. to Thomas Rigby, esq. of

the county of Lancaster.
He d. in March, 1685, and was *. by his
elder son,

George Leycester, esq. of Toft, who m.
Jane, daughter of Oswald Moseley, esq. of
Ancoats, in the county of Lancaster, and of
Rolleston, in the county of Stafford, by
whom he had (with several daughters, who
all died unmarried) three sons,
Ralph, his successor.
George, a merchant in London.
The eldest son and successor,

Ralph Leycester, esq. of Toft, b. in
1699; espoused Katherine, daughter and
co-heiress of Edward Norris, esq. of Speke,
in the county of Lancaster, by Anne, daugh-
ter and heiress of Peter Gerard, esq. of
Crewood, and by her (who d. in 1799, at
the advanced age of ninety) he had issue,
George, his successor.
Ralph, heir to his brother.
Edward, d. unmarried in 17f,6.
Hugh, b. in 1748; king's counsel and

one of the judges of North Wales.
Oswald, b. in 17.V2; in holy orders,
M.A. rector of Stoke upon Tern, who
m. first, Mary, daughter of P. John-
son, esq. of Semperly ; and, secondly,
Eliza, daughter of Charles White,
esq. of Manchester.
Anm. »i. to Rev. Dr. Nbrbury.

Katherine, -\

Mary, > d. unmarried.

Jane, J

Susannah-Norris, d. young.
Theodosia, in. to the Rev. Egerton
Leigh, archdeacon of Salop, and rec-
tor of Lymme.
Susannah, m. to the Hon. John Grey,
third son of the Earl of Stamford.
Mr. Leycester d. in 1777, and was s. by his
eldest son,

George Leycester, esq. of Toft, at
whose decease unmarried, in 1809, the fa-
mily estates devolved upon his brother,

Ralph Leycester, esq. of Toft, who m.
in 1762, Charlotte, third daughter of the
Rev. Dr. Lushington, of Eastbourne, Sussex,
and had issue,

Ralph, present proprietor.
Henry, a captain in the navy, d. at Pisa.
George, fellow of King's College, Cam-

William, m. in the East Indies, ,

daughter of — Friel, esq. and has
Charlotte, in. to Charles Dumbleton,

esq. of Bath.
Harriet, in. to the Rev. Robert Cox,

vicar of Bridgenorth.
Mr. Leycester was s. at his decease by his
eldest son, Ralph Leycester, esq. pre-
sent representative of the family.

Arms — Az. between two fleurs-de-lis or,
a fesse of the second fretty gu.

Crest — A roebuck party per pale or and
gu. attired of the second, holding in his
mouth an acorn branch, ppr.

Estates — Toft, Cheshire, possessed from
time immemorial. In the female until the
reign of Richard II. when a Leycester, of
Tabley, married the heiress of Toft, from
which period it has come down to the pre-
sent proprietor in hereditary male descent.
Seat— Toft Hall, Knutsford, Cheshire.
This mansion stands about one mile south
of Knutsford, at the end of a venerable and
spacious avenue formed by triple rows of
ancient elms. The ground slopes gradually
behind the house to the Great Vale of Che-
shire, over which the re is a rich and exten-
sive prospect. The principal front of the
hall, which closes up the avenue, is brick-
built, and of two stories, excepting the pro-
jecting wings, which are of three, and ter-
minate in gables, and a square tower of four
stories, which rises from the centre.



DONOVAN, ALEXANDER, esq. of Framfield Park, in the county of Sussex, and

of Chillowes Park, Surrey, a gentleman of the king's most
honorable Privy Chamber, b. 25th October, 1778, m. first,
Miss Anne Foster, of the family of Lord Ferrard, and has


Anne, m. to T. Braddell, esq. of Prospect, in the county
""V / of Wexford.

Louisa, m. to R. Stone, esq. of Gale House, in Sussex.

He espoused, secondly, Eliza, daughter of Charles Mellish,
esq. of Blythe, in Nottinghamshire ; and thirdly, in May,
1817, the Honorable Caroline Vanneck, second daughter of
Joshua, first Lord Huntingfield ; by the last lady he has
further issue,

Alexander, b. in June, 1819.



At the general election of 1826, Mr. Donovan became a candidate for the borough
of Lewes, together with Sir John Shelley, hart, and Thomas-Read Kemp, esq. The
contest commenced 7th June, and was continued until the 10th, when Mr. Douovan

He is High Sheriff for the county of Sussex in the present year (1832.)


This family is of Milesian Irish extraction.
During the usurped sway of Oliver Crom-
well, Cornelius O'Donovan, a descendant
of the very ancient house of (JT)onovan, in
the county of Cork, having embraced the
protestant religion, obtained from the pro-
tector the command of a troop of horse, and
dropping the original O, as savouring too
much of Catholicism, was gazetted as Cap-
tain Donovan. On his retirement from the
army, he purchased an estate in the county
of Wexford, where his family continued to
reside until their settlement in England.

James Donovan, esq. of Chillowes Park,
Surrey, the lineal descendant of Captain
Donovan, m. in 1772, Miss Margaret Moore,
of Dublin, and had issue,

* The numbers at the final close of the pole, were

For Kemp 569.

Shelley 306.

Donovan 279.

Alexander, present representative of

the family.
James, of Buckham Hill, Sussex, who

m. Miss Thompson, eldest daughter

of George Thompson, esq. of Dublin.
Mary, m. to George Braddell, esq. of

Prospect, in the county of Wexford.

Mr. Donovan d. in 1831, and was s. by his
eldest son, the present Alexander Dono-
van, esq. of Framfield Park.

Arms — Arg. an arm lying fessways, coup-
ed at the elbow, and holding a sword erect ;
entwined round the blade a serpent, all ppr.

Crest — A hawk, wings displayed, ppr.

Motto — Adjuvante deo in hostes.

Estates — Framfield Place, Sussex, pur-
chased in 1817, and other adjoining estates
since acquired ; Horham Thorp Hall, in
Sullblk, in right of the present Hon. Mrs,

Donovan ; an estate and impropriate rectory
in Berkshire, purchased of Sir George Bow-
yer, hart. ; Chillowes, &c. inherited from
his father in 1831.


Itesitlmcc — 18,



AT a y fair.

Seat — Framfield Park, Sussex ; and Cliil
lowes Park, Surrey.


ELLISON, CUTHBERT, esq. ofHebburn, in the county of Durham, h. 12th July,

1783, m. Isabella-Grace, daughter and co-heiress of
Henry Ibbetson, esq. of St. Anthony's, in the county of

^ -p Northumberland, and has issue,

> ^5\ ss?U r Isabella-Caroline, m. in 1824, to Hon. George John

Venables-Vernon, eldest son of Lord Vernon, and
has issue.

Henrietta, m. in January, 1824, to William-Henry
Lambton, esq. of Biddick Hall, in the county of
Durham, next brother to Lord Durham.

Louisa, m. 8th April, 182!), to Lord Viscount Stormount,
eldest son of the right honorable the Earl of Mansfield.




Mr. Cuthbert Ellison, who represented for some time Newcastle-upon-Tyne in parlia-
ment, and is High Sheriff for the county of Durham, s. to the family estates upon the
demise of his father, 20th August, 1795.


Cuthbert Ellison, of Newcastle-upon-
Tyne, merchant adventurer, served the office
of sheriff of Newcastle in 1544 — 1549 — 1554,
and was s. at his decease by his son,

Cuthbert Ellison, of Newcastle-upon-
Tyne, merchant adventurer, who m. Eliza-
beth, daughter of — Metcalfe, esq. of Glos-
ter Hill, in the county of Northumberland,
and had a son and successor, upon his de-
mise, in 1580,

Cuthbert Ellison, of Newcastle-upon-
Tyne, merchant adventurer, who m. Jane,
daughter of Charles Isle, esq. and was s. by
his son,

Robert Ellison, esq. who served the
office of sheriff of Newcastle in 1646, and
represented that borough several years in
parliament. He m. first, Elizabeth, daugh-
ter of Cuthbert Grey, esq. of Newcastle, and
of Backworth, in the county of Northumber-
land, by whom he had a son,

Cuthbert, his successor.
He espoused, secondly, 27th July, 1672, Ag-
nes, relict of James Briggs, of Newcastle,
merchant, but had no further issue.

His son and successor,

Cuthbert Ellison, esq. of Hebburn, m.
in 1663, Jane, daughter of William Carr,
esq. of Newcastle, and sister of Sir Ralph
Carr, and was s. at his decease by his son

Robert Ellison, esq. of Hebburn, who
espoused, in 1696, Elizabeth, daughter of
Sir Henry Liddell, of Ravensvvorth Castle,
and had issue,

Cuthbert, his successor.
Henry, b. 3rd March, 1699, who m. in
1729, Hannah, daughter and co-heir-
ess of William Coatsworth, esq. and
had a son,

Henry, who s. his uucle in the fa-
mily estates.
Robert, b. in November, 1710, colonel
of the 44th regiment of foot, d. s. p.
23rd October, 1765.
Mr. Ellison was s. by his eldest son,

Cuthbert Ellison, esq. of Hebburn, a
general officer in the army, and M.P. for
Shaftesbury, at whose decease, unmarried,
11th October, 1785, the family possessions
devolved upon his nephew,



Henry Ellison, esq. of Hebburn, who
m. 15th May, 1779, Henrietta, daughter of
John Isaacson, esq. and dying in 1795, was
s. by his son, Cuthbert Ellison, esq. pre-

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