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Thomas Aldersey, esq. of Aldersey and
Spurstow, barrister-at-law, b. in 1634, m.
Margaret, daughter of Thomas Lee, esq. of
Dernhall, and dying in 1715, was *. by his
eldest son,

Robert Aldersey, esq. of Aldersey and
Spurstow, who wedded in 1698, Jane, daugh-
ter and co-heiress of Thomas Webb, gent.
of Middlewick, but leaving no issue at his
decease in 1730, the estates devolved upon
his brother,

The Rev. Samuel Aldersey, of Alder-
sey and Spurstow, rector of Wigan, in the
county of Lancaster. This gentleman m.
Henrietta, daughter of Henry Bridgeman,
D.D. bishop of Sodor and Man, third son
of John, lord bishop of Chester, and had

Thomas, M.D. b. in 1704; m. Mary,
eldest daughter and co-heiress of

Cornelius Hignett, esq. of Darland,
and d. s. p. in 1743.

John, d. unmarried.

Robert, d. s. p.

Bridgeman, m. Nancy, daughter of
Foote Gower, M.D.

Henry, ) both predeceased their fa-
Charles, ) ther.

Samuel Aldersey d. in 1742, and the estates
ultimately devolved upon his only surviving

The Rev. Samuel Aldersey, of Aldersey
and Spurstow, who m. Margaret, youngest
daughter and co-heir of Cornelius Hignett,
esq. of Darlands, and was s. at his decease,
in February, 1802, by his son,

Robert Aldersey, esq. of Aldersey and
Spurstow, b. in 1738, a bencher of the Inner
Temple, at whose decease, unmarried, in
November, 1802, the estates devolved upon
his brother,

Samuel Aldersey, esq. of Aldersey and
Spurstow. This gentleman wedded Eliza-
beth, only child of William Wotton, esq. of
Haddenham, in the county of Bucks, and had

Samuel, his successor.




Mr. Aldersey d. in 1803, and was s. by his
elder son, Samuel Aldersey, esq. present
representative of the family.

Arms — Gu. on a bend engrailed arg. be-
tween two cinquefoils or, three leopards'
heads cabossed vert.

Crest — A demi griphon segreant gu.
beaked and armed issuing from a plume of
five ostrich feathers or.

Estates — Aldersey, in the parish of Cod-
dington, possessed since the Conquest ;
Spurstow, and other estates, in Bunbury ;
and Peel Hall, in the parish of Tarvin.

Seat — Aldersey Hall and Spurstow Hall,
both in Cheshire.



ISHERWOOD, JOHN, esq. of Marple Hall, Cheshire, and of Bradshawe Hall, in

the county of Lancaster, b. 19th June, 1776, m. 19th
October, 1812, Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of the
Reverend Thomas Bancroft,* M.A. vicar of Bolton, a
justice of the peace, and chaplain to Viscount Castle-
Stuart, and has issue,

Thomas-Bradshaw, b. 10th February, 1820.








Mr. Ishenvood, who is a bachelor of arts of Trinity College, Cambridge, succeeded
his brother on the 26th of January, 1801, and served the office of sheriff for Cheshire,
in 1815.


The township of Marple, or as it was
anciently written Merpull, was granted by
deed without a date, by Randle, Earl of
Chester, to Robert, son of Robert de Stoke-
port, and conveyed by the said Robert to
his sister Margery, and her husband, Wil-
liam Vernon, chief justice of Chester. It
remained in the Vernon family until the
decease of Sir George Vernon, called the
King of the Peak, who left two daughters ;
one, Dorothy, in. to Sir John Manners, and
the other, Margaret, /«. to Thomas Stan-
ley, of Winwick. In the partition of the
lands of Sir George, Marple and Wybres-
legh, with other estates, devolved upon his
daughter, Margaret Stanley, and from the
Stanleys Marple came by purchase to the

Henry Bradshawe, m. Elizabeth, daugh-
ter of Robert Eyre, and had, with an elder

Henry Bradshawe, who m. Margaret,
daughter of Christopher Clayton, of Che-
shire, and left, with other children,

Henry Bradshawe, who purchased, 4th

* Of the family of Archbishop Bancroft, temp.
James I.

June, 1606, Marple Hall, and lands in
Marple and Wyberslegh, from Sir Edward
Stanley, K.B. He m. Dorothy, daughter and
co-heiress of George Bagshaw, of Ridge, in
the county of Derby, and was s. by his son,
Henry Bradshawe, living at Wybers-
legh in 1606. He m. in 1593, Catherine,
daughter and co-heiress of Ralph Winning-
ton, esq. of Offerton, and had surviving

Henry, his successor.
John, serjeant-at-law, the celebrated
president of the assumed high court
of justice which determined the fate
of the unhappy Charles. This re-
markable person was baptised at
Stockport 10th December, 1602. He
m. Mary, daughter of Thomas Mar-
bury, esq. of Marbury, in the county
of Chester, and d. without legitimate
issue, in 1659.

Dorothy, m. in 1618, to George New-
ton, gent.
Anne, d. unmarried in 1669.
Henry Bradshawe d. in 1664, and was s. by
his eldest son,

Henry Bradshawe, es<|. of Marple, who



m. first, Mary, daughter of Bernard Wells,
of Hope, in Derbyshire, by whom he ac-
quired Wyberslegh Hall, and had issue,

Henry, his successor.

Anne, of Peel, in Lancashire, d. in
He espoused, secondly, Anne, daughter of
George Bowden, esq. of Bowden, in the
county of Chester, and had several other
children. The name of this Henry Brad-
shawe is the first to the Cheshire petition,
addressed to the two houses of parliament,
6th July, 1646, praying for the establish-
ment of the presbyterian religion. He acted
as a magistrate under the parliamentarian
government, and had a commission in the
army, being major in Colonel Duken-
field's regiment, under the appointment of
Lord Fairfax, and he had also a lieuten-
ant-colonel's commission in Colonel Ash-
ton's regiment of foot. At a later period
he was nominated to the command of the
militia of Macclesfield Hundred, and was
at its head at the battle of Worcester, where
he was wounded. In 1652, Colonel Brad-
shawe was one of the court martial which
sat on the trial of the Earl of Derby and
other royalists at Chester. In 1660, the
survivors of the persons who constituted
that court, including Bradshawe, were sum-
moned to appear before the lords' com-
mittee, appointed to consider of the privi-
leges of the peerage of this kingdom, to
whom the petition of the Countess of Derby
had been referred. On this occasion it
appears that Colonel Henry Bradshawe was
confined in the house of Thomas Lee, a
messenger of the black rod, from the 17th
July to the 14th August, 1660, on which
day the said Colonel Bradshawe, Henry
Bradshawe, of Gray's-inn, and Cromwell
Meverell, of Tideswell, in Derbyshire, were
bound in £500 to Alexander Thane, gentle-
man usher of the black rod, for the said
colonel's appearance. There were at Marple
several forms for an apology or answer of
Colonel Bradshawe to the charge against
him, the substance of all which amounted
to this: — " that being an officer under Ge-
neral Cromwell, he was by him commanded
to be present at a court martial at Chester,
for the trial of the Earl of Derby, and that
not knowing what danger he might incur if
he should absent himself, was sometimes,
though not constantly, present at the ma-
naging the said trial, but never subscribed
any warrant for the earl's execution : that

he knew not by what authority his lordship
was removed from Chester, but on the con-
trary laboured as much as he could to save
the earl's life, and at the instance of the
succeeding Earl of Derby, he presented a
petition to Colonel Macworth, president of
the court, for sparing the earl's life, and
did earnestly press it, and should not have
been present at the last court, but that he
had engaged himself to deliver that peti-
tion ; that being sent for by the late earl he
did immediately attend him, and at his lord-
ship's desire wrote to his brother, John
Bradshawe, then president of the council of
state, to use his utmost endeavours for
sparing the earl's life ; that he never had
any thing which belonged to the said earl,
his countess, or any of theirs : that he was
a poor man, indebted, with a small estate,
and a poor wife and eleven children, all
unprovided, to maintain. Wherefore, in-
tending for the future so to demean himself
as becomes an obedient subject, he humbly
craved the benefit of his majesty's most gra-
cious pardon, and their lordship's favour-
able construction of the premises, and that
his errors might be imputed to his much
lamented ignorance and mistake." Henry
Bradshawe obtained his release, as appears
by a receipt for £40, dated 14th August,
1660, and signed Alexander Thane, being
in full of fees due to him as usher of the
black rod, from Colonel Henrie Bradshawe
during his confinement ; and by another
signed Cromwell Meverell, dated 23rd Fe-
bruary, 1660, for the colonel's pardon suing
out, and thirty shillings paid to the master
of the black rod as a gratuity on the deli-
very in of his bail book. On the 15th
March following the said Henry Bradshawe
was buried at Stockport : and was s. by his

Henry Bradshawe, esq. of Marple and
Wyberslegh, who purchased Bradshawe
Hall, in the county of Lancaster, in 1693.
He m. Magdalen, daughter and co-heiress
of Thomas Barcroft, esq. of Barcroft, in the
same shire, and had issue,

Henry, his successor.
Thomas, successor to his brother.
John, who d. s. p. in 1741.

Mary, m. first, to William Pimlot, esq.
and had issue,

John Pimlot, who s. to the Brad-
shawe estates under a settlement



of his uncle, Thomas Brad-

Henry Pimlot, d. s. p.

Mrs. Pimlot espoused, secondly, Na-
thaniel Isherwood, esq. ofBolton-le-
Moors, in Lancashire, and had other
issue, viz.

Nathaniel Isherwood, who s. to
the Bradshawe estates under his
uncle, Thomas Bradshawe's, set-
tlement, on the death of his half-
brother, John Pimlot.
Thomas Isherwood, who s. his
Mr. Bradshawe d. in 1698, and was s. by
his eldest son,

Henry Bradshawe, esq. of Bradshawe
and Marple, w ho served the office of sheriff
for the county of Derby in 1701 . He m. Eli-
zabeth, daughter of Richard Legh, esq. of the
East Hall, in High Legh, but dying without
issue, the estates devolved upon his brother,

Thomas Bradshawe, esq. of Bradshawe
and Marple, who d. s. p. 26th January,
1743—4, O.S. and having settled his estates
upon (the sons of his sister) his nephews,
and their male issue, was s. by the elder,

John Pimlot, esq. who had an only
daughter, who m. Lindon Evelyn, esq. M.P.
for Dundalk, but d. s. p. m. Mr. Pimlot was
s. at his decease by his half brother,

Nathaniel Isherwood, esq. of Brad-
shawe and Marple, who m Elizabeth,
daughter of — Brabin, esq. of Brabin's
Hall, but dying in 1765, s.p. was s. by his

Thomas Isherwood, esq. of Bradshawe
and Marple. This gentleman espoused,
first, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Att-
croft, esq. of Gilibrand House, near Black-
burn, by whom he had one son, who d. an
infant, and six daughters. He m. secondly,
Mary, daughter of Thomas Oriel, esq. of
Mobberley, in the county of Chester, and
had issue,

Thomas Bradshawe, his successor.
Henry Bradshawe, successor to Ins

John, present proprietor.
Magdalen-Barcroft, m. to Henry Sal-

vin, esq. of Thorpe Salvin.
Mariann, ?«. to George Salvin, esq.
Hannah, who d unmarried, in 1798.
Mary- Anne, who d. unmarried.
Margaret, d. unmarried, in 1793.
Mr. Isherwood was s. at his decease, in
1778, by his eldest son,

Thomas-Bradshawe Isherwood, esq. b.
in 1768, of Bradshawe and Marple, who d.
unmarried, 5th January, 1791, and was s.
by his brother,

Henry-Bradshawe Isherwood, esq. of
Bradshawe and Marple, at whose decease,
unmarried, in 1801, aged 26, the estates de-
volved upon his only surviving brother, John
Isherwood, esq. the present proprietor.

Arms — Ar. two bendlets sa. between
two martlets, of the second ; for difference
an annulet gules.

Crest — A stag at gaze ppr. under a vine-
tree fructed ppr.

Quartering^ : 1. and 6, Isherwood.

2. Bradshawe, of Marple.


4. Offerton.

5. Bearcroft.

Estates— Marple, with the manor, by
purchase from Sir Edward Stanley ; lands
in Offerton, by marriage with Catherine
Wilmington ; the manor of Bradshawe and
other lands, in Lancashire, by purchase from
a collateral branch, temp. William and
M vry. Besides these hereditary lands, two
estates in Marple and Offerton have been
purchased by the present proprietor.

Seats— Marple Hall, Cheshire ; Brad-
shawe Hall, in the county of Lancaster.

Note. — The poet Milton's mother was
Sarah Bradshawe, a relation, no doubt, of
the president Bradshawe.



RUSSELL, WILLIAM, esq. of Brancepeth Castle, in the county of Durham, 5.
his father 8th May, 1822, and is member of parliament for that shire, (1832).



William Russell, esq. of Brancepeth Cas-
tle (which he purchased), b. in 1734, m. first,
Mary, daughter and co-heiress (with her
sisters, Elizabeth, wife of Robert Allan, esq.
of Sunniside, in the county of Durham, and
Anne, wife of John Maling, esq. of Bishop-
wearmouth Grange, in the same shire) of
Robert Harrison, of Sunderland, near the
sea, a merchant of considerable wealth. By
this lady he had (with two daughters, the
elder m. to Sir Gordon Drummond, and the
younger to Colonel Bunbury) a son,

Matthew, his successor.
He espoused secondly, Anne, daughter of
Edward Milbanke, esq. Collector of the Cus-
toms of the port of Sunderland, and gran-
daughter of Sir Ralph Milbanke, of Halnaby ,
county of York, hart, but had no further

Mr. Russell commenced his fortunate ca-
reer at Sunderland, near the sea, as a ge-
neral merchant. He afterwards became a
banker in partnership with his brothers-in-
law, Messrs. Robert Allan and John Maling,
and, as his opulence increased, speculated
extensively in Collieries and by industry

perseverance, and great good fortune, ac-
quired immense wealth. He d. in 1817,
one of the richest commoners in England.
Among numerous other acts of beneficence,
he founded and endowed an hospital at
Cornsay, Durham, for aged persons of both
sexes, to which he annexed a school for the
education of the young.

His only son and successor,
Matthew Russell, esq. of Brancepeth
Castle, m. Miss Tennyson, sister of Charles
Tennyson, esq. M.P. and had issue,
William, present proprietor.
Emma-Maria, m. 9th September, 1828,
to the Hon. Gustavus Frederick Ha-
milton, only son of Gustavus, present
Viscount Boyne, and has issue.
Mr. Russell stood a severe but unsuccessful
contest, in 1800, with Michael Angelo Tay-
lor, esq. for the representation of the city of
Durham. He was subsequently member for
Saltash in several successive parliaments,
and vice-lieutenant for the county of Dur-
ham. He d. in London 8th May, 1822, and
was s. by his only son, William Russell,
esq. present representative of the family.

Arms — Arg. on a chevron between three
cross crosslets fitchee sa, an escallop or.

Crest — A goat passant arg.

Estates — The several manors and estates
of Brancepeth, Brandon, Wests Parks, Wel-
lington, Newton Hall, Hardwicke, Blake-
stone, Shotton, Foxton, Layton Thorpe,
Fulthorpe, Thorpe Thewles, &c. in the
county of Durham, and at Brysdale Abbey,
in the county of York. Mr. Russell is also
proprietor of extensive collieries in the
county of Durham.

Seats — Brancepeth Castle and Hard-
wicke, in the county of Durham, and Brys-
dale Abbey, Yorkshire.



CANDLER, WILLIAM, esq. an officer in the royal navy, succeeded his brother in
February, 1825; married 4th June, 1829, Louisa, daughter of John Evered, esq. of
Hill House, in the county of Somerset.




The family of Candler is of considerable antiquity in the counties of Norfolk and Suf-
folk, and the name was formerly written Candeler, and more anciently Kaendler, from
which it is presumed to be of Saxon origin. A branch of this family became extinct in
the reign of Elizabeth, as the following inscription on a fine monument in Tottenham
Church attests :

Here resteth in peace y e body of Richard Cande-
ler Esq. Justice of Peace within y e County of
Middel: born at Walsingha in the County of
Norfolk — He married Eliza: Lock y e daughter &
sole heir of Matthew Lock second son to S r W m
Lock K l they lived together in holie Wedlock 26

Here also resteth' in peace the body of S r Ferdi-
nando Htybourne Kn' Justice of Peace & Coram
in the County of Midd — He wayted at the Feet of
Qu: Elizabeth of famous memory and our Soveraigne
LordK. James in their Privy Chambre— He was a
careful Majestrate without respect of Persons and

years they had issue one son and one daughter, a true friend to the cause of the Poore— He mar-
Edward died in his Infantcie, and Anne the 1 st ried Dame Anne y e daur & heir of Richard Can-

Wife of S r Ferdinando Heybourne Knight — He

ended this life the 24 th of Ootob r A Dni 1602,

;iired 61 years and the said Eliza: deceased the 2' 1

day of Jan: 1622.

Here under buried.

Elizabeth Candeler

in testimonie of her love erected this

monument at her one charges 1618.

deler Esq re they lived together in holy Wedlock 23
years he ended this life the 4 th June A.D. 1618
aged 60 yeares and Dame Anne ended this life the
24 th of June A.D. 1615. aged 44 yeares.


Hicjacet Oomina Anna Uxor charissima Ferdinandi Hey borne

militis filia hares Ric: Candeler Arm et Eliz: uxoris ejus quaj obijt 24. Junii 1615.

Prole carens Christi vice prolis amavit amantes

Charus ei ante omnes a-ger egensq: fuit.

21st of Charles II. in the counties of Kil-
kenny and Wexford, and thereupon settled
in Ireland. He m. Anne, relict of Major

William Candler, esq. a Lieutenant-
colonel in the army, under Cromwell, had
considerable grants of land by patent

dated 28th November, 20th and 18th June, j John Villiers, by whom he had issue,



1. Thomas.

2. John, whom, the daughter and heiress
of John Walsingham, esq. of Kilbline
Castle, in the county of Kilkenny,
by whom he left issue,

Thomas Candler, of Kilbline, who
m. Elizabeth, daughter of Abra-
ham Ball, esq. of Darver, in the
county of Louth, and left two

Walsingham Candler, d. s. p.
Florinda, d. unmarried.
Lieutenant-Colonel Candler was s. by his
eldest son,

Thomas Candler, esq. of Callan Castle,
in the county of Kilkenny, who m. first, Eli-
zabeth, daughter of Captain William Bur-
rell, by Elizabeth, sister and co-heir of the
very Reverend Benjamin Phipps, Dean of
Ferns (a branch of the family of Phipps,
from which the Earls of Mulgrave descend),
but had no issue. He m. secondly, Jane,
daughter of Sir Henry Tuite, bart. of So-
nagh, in the county of Westmeath, (by
Diana Mabbot, niece of Edward Hyde,
the celebrated Earl of Clarendon, and first
cousin of Her Royal Highness, Anne,
Duchess of York, mother of the Queens
Mary and Anne) by whom he had issue,

i. Henry.

ii. William Candler, D.D. of Castle-
comer, in the county of Kilkenny, m.
first, Miss Aston, by whom he had
issue a son,

1. Henry Candler, LL. D. m.
Mrs. Elwood, daughter of — Mat-
thew, esq. of Bonneston, in the
county of Kilkenny, and left

Henry, a captain in the army,
d. at St. Domingo in 1796,
aged twenty-one years.

He m. secondly, Mary, daughter and
co-heir of Charles Ryves, esq. and also
co-heir (with her cousins, Mary-Ju-
liana, Lady Morres, and Anne, wife
of Thomas Croker, esq. of Backwes-
ton, in the county of Kildare, whose
daughter and heiress was created a
peeress, by the title of Baroness Crof-
ton), of Sir Richard Ryves, knt. a
baron of the Exchequer, by whom he
had issue,

2. Edward Candler, of Prior Park,
and Combe Hill, in the county

of Somerset, and of Aghamure,
in the county of Kilkenny (some-
time an officer in the army),
who on succeeding to considera-
ble estates in the counties of Nor-
folk and Lincoln, under the will
of his relation, Margaret, relict
of Sir Robert Brown, bart. and
daughter of the Honourable Ro-
bert Cecil, second son of James,
Earl of Salisbury, took the name
and arms of Brown, in addition
to and after that of Candler, by
sign manual, dated 6th May,
1803. He m. Hester, daughter
of P. Bury, esq. of Little Island,
in the county of Cork, but left
no issue.

3. Mary, m. — Dobbyn, esq.

4. Jane, m. first, to Captain S. Bar-
rett, secondly, to Oliver Grace,
esq. and thirdly, to James Ha-
milton, esq. of Sheephill, in the
county of Dublin.

5. Anne, in. to John Blunt, esq.
of Arches Grove, in the county
of Kilkenny, and left an only

Mary, m. to John Helsham,

esq. of Legget's Rath, in the

county of Kilkenny, by

whom she has issue.

in. Thomas, of Dublin, m. and left issue,

John, of Castlewood, in the Queen's

County, who d. s. p.

Thomas Candler, esq. of Callan, was s. by
his eldest son,

The Venerable Henry Candler, D.D.
Archdeacon of Ossory, and Rector of the
great living of Callan, who m. Anne, daugh-
ter of Francis Flood, esq. of Burnchurch, in
the county of Kilkenny, sister of the Right
Honourable Warden Flood, Lord Chief Jus-
tice of Ireland, and aunt to Sir Frederick
Flood, bart. by whom (who d. 11th Decem-
ber, 1761) lie had issue,

i. Thomas.

II. William Candler, of Acomb, in the
county of York, sometime a cap-
tain in the 10th regiment of foot, m.
Mary, only daughter of William Va-
vasour, esq. of Weston-Hall, in the
county of York, (by Anne, daughter
of John Chaplin, of Tathwell, in the
county of Lincoln, esq.) by whom he
had issue,



1 . Henry, of whom hereafter.

2. Thomas (Sir), knight of the se-
veral Russian Orders of St.
Anne, St. George, and St. Voli-
dema, a rear-admiral in the ser-
vice of His Imperial Majesty
the Emperor of Russia, m. first,
Marie de Lotaroff, a lady of a
nohle and ancient family of Rus-
sia, hut had no issue ; he m.
secondly, Jane, eldest daughter
of John Booker, esq. his Bri-
tannic Majesty's Consul atCron-
atadt, hy Isabella, daughter of
Captain James Hamilton, of the
Isle of Arran, N. B. hy whom
(who d. in 1824,) he had'

William-John, b. 15th August,
1816, d. 21st December fol-

Fanny, b. 3rd September, 1824,
and d. 14th of the same
3. Annabella, m. to Sir Jonathan
Cope, of Brewerne, in the county
of Oxford, bart. by whom she had
issue three sons, who all d. un-
married. Lady Cope d. 30th
August, 1819, and Sir Jonathan
30th December, 1821, when the
baronetcy became extinct,
in. Anne, m. to — Berry, esq. of Dove
Grove, in the King's County, and
left issue.
Archdeacon Candler d. December, 1757, and
was s. by his eldest son,

The Reverend Thomas Candler, of Kil-
moganny, m. Sarah, daughter of — Lech-
wood, esq. but by whom having no issue, he
was s. by his nephew,

Hf.nry Candler, esq. eldest son of Cap-
tain Willam Candler, of Acomb, in the
county of York, by Mary Vavasour, his wife.
This gentleman m. Mary, only child of Wil-
liam Ascough, esq. of Kirby Malzart, in the
said county of York, by whom (who d. 7th
March, 1816), he had issue,

1. Henry.

2. William.

3. Jonathan-Thomas, a lieutenant in
the Russian Imperial Guards, d. un-
married 12th February, 1832.

4. Edward.

5. Charles.

6. George.

7. Annabella.

8. Mary.

9. Emma, m. the Rev. Charles-William-
Henry Evered, Rector of Exton, in
the county of Somerset.

10. Charlotte, d. an infant.

11. Charlotte, b. January, 1813, and d.
the 1st April following.

12. Hester.

He d. the 21st October, 1815, and was s.
by his eldest son,

Henry Candler, who d. unmarried, in
February, 1825, and was s. by his brother,
the present William Candler, esq. of the
royal navy.

Arms— Quarterly ; firstand fourth, parted
in tierce, per fess indented, the chief per
pale, azure, and argent, the base or ; a can-
ton Gules, for Candler. Second and third,
sable a fess, or, between three asses passant
argent, for Ascough.

Crest — The figure of an angel proper,
vested argent, holding in the dexter hand a
sword, the blade wavy of the first, pommel
and hilt gold.

Motto — Ad mortem fidelis.

Present Residence — Malvern Lodge,



SHIPPERDSON, EDWARD, esq. of Piddinghall-Garth, in the county of Dur-
ham, b. 20th September, 1780, s. his father in 1793.

Mr. Shipperdson is an acting 1 magistrate and deputy lieutenant of the county of


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