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and had issue,

1. Thomas, ofSomc rsbam,who

m. Miss Elizabeth Adams,
and d. in 1758.
2. JAMES, the elegiac Poet,
M.P. for Truro. This emi-
nent person received his
education at Westminster
school, where he formed an
intimacy with the Lords Cob-
ham, Chesterfield, Lyttelton ,
and several others, who
subsequently distinguished
themselves in the literary
world. His " Love elegies"
were published shortly after
his death, with a preface by
Lord Chesterfield. They are
chiefly imitations from Ti-
bullus ; are obviously the
fruits of a highly cultivated
mind, and have been much
read and admired notwith-
standing the severe and illi-
beral criticisms of Dr. John-
iv. Edward d. at sea.
Anthony Hammond d. in 1661, and was s.
by his eldest son,

William Hammond, esq. of St. Albans
Court, who m. twice, but had issue only by
his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir
John Marsham, bart. viz.
William, his successor.
Anthony, d. young.

John, barrister-at-law, who left an only
daughter, Elizabeth, who d. unm. in
Elizabeth, in. to Oliver St. John, esq.

son of the chief justice, St. John.
Anne, in. to Dr. William Wotton, the
well-known critic.
Mr. Hammond having b'een bred a physi-
cian, went abroad in pursuit of professional
knowledge, and a very curious" account of
his travels, written by himself, is still pre-
served amongst the family papers. He was
succeeded at his decease by his eldest son,
William Hammond, esq. of St. Albans
Court. This gentleman m. first, in 1692,
Elizabeth, daughter of John Kingsford, esq.
by whom (who d. in 1702) he had a son,
Anthony, his successor. He espoused,
secondly, Mary , daughter of Thomas Turner,
esq. of Ileden, and dying in 1717, was s. by
his eldest son,

Anthony Hammond, esq. of St. Albans
Court, who d. in 1722, and was *. by his
only child.



William Hammond, esq. of St. Albans
Court, who m. Charlotte, daughter aud co-
heiress of William Egerton, LL.D. (grand-
son of John, second Earl of Bridgewater),
by Ann, daughter of Sir Francis Head, and
had issue,

William, his successor.

Anthony-Egerton,in holy orders, rector
of Knowlton, and Ivy church, Kent.


Charlotte, m. in 1771, to Thomas Wat-
kinson Payler, esq. of Ileden.


The elder son,

William Hammond, esq. of St. Albans
Court, m. in 1785, Elizabeth, eldest daughter
and co-heiress of Osmund Beauvoir, D.D.
by Anne, daughter and co-heiress of John
Boys, esq. of Hoad Court, descended from
the Boys's of Fredville, and had issue,

William Osmund, present proprietor.

Maximilian-Dudley-Digges, who in-
herited under the will of the late
Frances-Isabella Master, widow of
— Master, esq. of Yotes Court, Kent,
the estates in Kent and Lincolnshire,
of the ancient family of Dalyson, of
Hamptons, and assumed, by royal
license, the surname of that family
(Dalyson) only.


Mary, m. to Charles Allix, esq. of Wil-
leughby Hall, in the county of Lin-
coln, and has issue.

Charlotte, m. John Nethercote, esq.

Caroline, ) ,

T ,. T • c both deceased.
Julia-Jemima, )

Seinina-Julia, m. to the Rev. Clayton

Glyn, of the county of Essex.

Mr. Hammond was s. at his decease by his
elder son, William Osmund Hammond, esq.
now representative of the family.

Arms* — Ar. on a chev. sa between three
ogresses, each charged with a martlet of the
field, three escallop shells or, all within a
bordure engrailed vert.

Crest — A hawk's head, collared gu. rays
issuing or.

Motto—Pro rege et patria.

Estates — Manor of Estwall, or Ev-
sole, in the hundred of Wingham. In 1084,
tin's manor belonged to Odo, Bishop of
Bayeux ; it thence passed to the crown, was
granted to Nigel de Albini, and was con-
veyed by him to the monastery of St. Albans.
At the dissolution, it was sold to Sir C.
Hales, thence to Sir T. Culpepper, and
purchased from him in 1526, by Thomas
Hamon, direct ancestor of the present pos-
sessor. Other estates in Kent and Bucks.

Seat — St. Albans Court, Nonington,

* Granted by Barker, garter king-at-arms, to
Thomas Hamon, of Nonington, in 1548, 2nd
Edwaud VI.



DARELL, EDWARD, esq. of Calehill, in Kent, to. 2nd March, 1802, Mary-Anne,

daughter of Thomas Bullock, esq. of Muscoats, in the
county of York, and has issue,

EDWARD-HENRY, b. 27th November, 1810.
Philip-John, b. 28th January, 1817.
Henry-John, b. 25th June, 181<>.
James-Stephen, b. 10th December, 1820.
William, b. 6th January, 1823.
Robert, b. 27th March, 1824.

Mr. Darell s. to the estates upon the demise of his father.


This very ancient family is of Norman
descent, deriving from one of the gallant
companions in arms of the Conqueror,
whose name appears on the roll of Battel

William Darell, of Sesay, in the county
of York, left by Emma his wife three sons,

Marmaduke, who inherited Sesay.
John, of whom presently.
William, of Littlecote, in the county of
Wilts, under-treasurer of England,
ancestor of the Darells of Littlecote.

The second son,

John Darell, purchased, in the 4th
Henry IV. Cale Hill, in the county of
Kent, and espousing Joane, only daughter
and heiress of Valentine Barrett, of Perry
Court, by Cicele, daughter and co-heir of
Ifarcellua at Lese, had, with other issue, a

William, of whom presently, as ances-
tor of the Darells of Calehill.

He m. secondly, Florence Chicheley, heiress
of William Chicheley, archbishop of Can-
terbury, h\ this lady he acquired the manor
of SCOTNEY, and had a son and successor
in that estate, viz.

* See Burke's Extinct Peerage.

Thomas, of Scotney, who m. Thoma-
sine, daughter of Sir John Gresley,
of the county of Stafford, and was s.
by his son,

Henry, of Scotney, from whom
that manor passed in direct suc-
cession, to his descendant and

Arthur Darell, esq. of Scot-
ney, at whose decease un-
married, in 1720, the estate
of Scotney devolved, ac-
cording to an old family
settlement, upon the second
brother of the branch of the
Darells settled at Calehill,
George Darell, esq. se-
cond son of John Da-
rell, esq. of Calehill, by
Olivia his wife, daugh-
ter of Philip, Viscount

The eldest son of John Darell, by his first

William Darell, of Calehill, m. Anne,
daughter of Sir Edward Guildeford, knt. of
Halden, and had issue,

John, his successor.

Julian, »«. to John Deling, esq. ances-



tor of the Derings, baronets, of Sur-
renden Dering.
He d. in 1471, and was s. by his son,

Sir John Darell, knt. of Calehill, who

was so great a promoter of the Earl of

Richmond's interest, that King Richard

III. declared him a rebel and a traitor,

seized on all his lands in the counties of

Kent and Worcester, (in which latter he

had thirteen manors) and granted them to

Sir William Harrington, knt. When the

earl, however, ascended the throne, Sir John

obtained a restitution of his possessions, and

was appointed esquire of the body to the

king, captain of the Lancers in Kent, and

sheriff of the county. He espoused Anne,

daughter of James Isaac, esq. of Bekes-

borne, by whom he had issue,

James, his successor.

John, in holy orders, of Wittersham.

Isabel, m. to John Fane, esq. of Hilden,

in the county of Kent, and had, with

three daughters, four sons, viz.

1. Henry, who d. s. y. 25th Henry

2. Richard, from whom lineally
derives John Fane, present Earl
of Westmoreland.

3. Thomas.

4. John, ancestor of the earls of
Darlington (recently advanced
to the marquisate of Cleveland).

Sir John d. in 1509, and was buried in
Little Chart church, where a monument,
still remaining, was erected to his memory.
His elder son and successor,

Sir James Darell, knt. of Calehill, was
governor of Guisnes and Hames Castle, near
Calais. He m. Anne, daughter of Nicholas
Dyker, esq. of the county of Berks, by
whom he had, with one daughter, three
sons, viz.

George, his successor.
Nicholas, of Lexham.
Hugo, who left issue.
He d. in 1521, and was s. by his eldest son,
George Darell, esq. of Calehill, who m.
Mary, daughter of George Whitehead, esq.
of the county of Hants, and dying in 1578,
was s. by his son,

Sir John Darell, knt. of Calehill, who
m. Anne, daughter and co-heir of Robert
Home, bishop of Winchester, and had eleven
sons and five daughters, of whom,

George, predeceased his father.
Robert, succeeded that gentleman.

John, m. Lady Dorothy Harfleet, and
had two daughters. He was gentle-
man harbinger to King James and
King Charles, and dying in 1646,
aged 73, lies buried in the church of
Little Chart.
Nathaniel, governor of Guernsey, m.
Anne Beauvoir, of that island, and
had issue,

Nathaniel, governor of Sheerness
and Languard Fort in the reign
of Charles II. »«. the daughter
of Colonel John Legge, of the
noble family of Dartmouth, and
left issue,

1. John, of whom hereafter,
as inheritor of Calehill.

2. Mary, m. to Sir Charles

3. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas
Sackville, esq.

Sir John was s. by his eldest surviving son,
Sir Robert Darell, of Calehill, who m.
first, Alicia, daughter of Sir Thomas Pey-
ton, knt. but had no issue. He espoused,
secondly, in 1614, Jane, daughter of Chris-
topher Toldervey, esq. of Horton, near Can-
terbury, by whom he had, with other chil-

John, his successor.
Edward, who m. Miss Dorothy Kip-
ping, a co-heiress, and left at his de-
cease, in 1665, a son,

John, who eventually inherited
Sir Robert d. in 1645, at the age of 76, and
was s. by his eldest son,

Sir John Darell, knt. of Calehill, who
m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward
Dering, bart. and had an only daughter,
Elizabeth, m. to her cousin, Sir John
Darell, of Calehill.
He espoused, secondly, Bridget, daughter
of Thomas Denne, esq. of Canterbury, but
had no further issue. Dying thus without
a son, the manor of Calehill, with the other
estates, devolved vipon his nephew,

Sir John Darell, knt. of Calehill, who
espoused Elizabeth, daughter of his pre-
decessor, but dying s. p. in 1694, was s. by
his relative,

John Darell, esq. of Calehill, (refer to
issue of Nathaniel, fourth son of the Sir
John Darell, by his wife, the co-heir of



Bishop Home). This gentleman m. Olivia,
second daughter of Philip Smith, Viscount
Strangford, and had, with junior issue,

1. Philip, his successor.

2. George, who inherited (as mentioned
above) the estate at Scotney in 1720,
upon the failure of male issue in that
branch. He did not obtain possession
however without litigation, being
obliged to defend himself against the
three sisters and heirs of Arthur Da-
rell, esq. of Scotney. He ultimately
prevailed, and continued to reside at
Scotney until his death, when he
was s. by his son,

John, of Scotney, who, in 1774,
conveyed the manor and estate,
with divers other lands in the
parish of Goodhurst, to Mr. John
Richards, of Robertsbridge, who
again passed away these manors,
in 1779, to Edward Hussey,

3. James, in holy orders.
The eldest son and heir,

Philip Darell, esq. of Calehill, rebuilt
the present mansion-house on an eminence
at a small distance from the ancient resi-
dence of the family. He m. Mary, daugh-
ter of Robert Constantine, esq. and had,
with several other children,
Henry, his successor.

Catherine, m. to Michael Bray, esq. •

Barbara, m. to — Broadman, esq. of


He d. at Canterbury, and was brought to

the church of Little Chart, to be interred

with his ancestors. His son and successor,

Henry Darell, esq. of Calehill, m. Eli-
zabeth, second daughter of Sir Thomas
Gage, bart. and had issue,

Henry, d. unmarried, in 1802, at Ben-

Edward, present proprietor.

Philip, d. unmarried, in 1813.


Lucy, m. to Sir Edward Hales, bart.
who d. s. p. in 1829.

Catherine, d. unmarried.

Elizabeth, m. to John-Linch French,

Barbara, m. to Francis Cholmeley, esq.
of Bransby, Yorkshire.


Arms — Az. a lion rampant or, crowned

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a Sara-
cen's head, couped below the shoulders,
ppr. wreathed about the temples ar and az,
on his head a cap of the last, fretty ar.
turned up erm.

Estates— In Kent.

Seat — Calehill, in the county of Kent.


STRANGWAYES, RICHARD-PURCHAS, esq. of Well, in the county of York

b. 8th July, 1776, m. 28th November, 1801, Sibyl, only
daughter of William Bayldon, esq. of York, and has

Richard William, b. 1st September, 1802.

Henry, b. 30th June, 1806.

Louisa-Maria, m. 12th September, 1825, to Thomas*

son of Anderson, esq. of Swinethwaite Hall,

near Leyburn, in Yorkshire, and has issue.


Mr. Strangwayes succeeded at the decease of his father,
on the 1st August, 1828.





This family, which boasts of high anti-
quity, is allied, through females, to the noble
houses of Percy, Kyme,Umfreville, Talboys,
Berners, &c.

Henry Strangwish had, with other issue,
1. ROGER, his successor, who m. Alice,
daughter of Robert Orrell, esq. and
his eldest son,

Thomas, espoused Alianor, daugh-
ter of Walter Talboys, and was
s. by his son,

Henry, who m. first, — dan.
of Sir John Wadham, and
had an only daughter, Eli-
zabeth, who m. Thomas
Trenchard, of Dorsetshire.
He espoused secondly, Do-
rothy, daughter of Sir John
Arundell, of Lanhern, and
was s. by his son,
Sir Giles Strangwish, of
Melberrie Sampford, in the
county of Dorset, from whom
we pass to his descendant
and representative,
Giles Strangwayes, esq. of
Melberrie Sampford. This
gentleman was representa-
tive in parliament for Dor-
setshire, and one of the privy
council to King Charles
II. In the time of the civil
war, he had the command of
a regiment in that division of
the royal army which acted
under Prince Maurice in
the west. In 1645, he was
imprisoned in the Tower,
for his active loyalty, where
he endured confinement for
more than two years and a
half. There is a fine Me-
dallion struck of Mr. Strang-
wayes upon this occasion ;
on the reverse of which is
represented that part of the
Tower which is called Cae-
sars, with this inscription :

" Decusque adversa dederunt."

WHien Charles fled into the
west in disguise, after the
battle of Worcester, Mr.

Strangwayes sent his ma-
jesty three hundred broad
pieces, which were perhaps
the most seasonable present
the royal fugitive ever re-
ceived. This was, however,
but a small portion of the
sum which is to be placed to
the account of his loyalty,
as the house of Strangwayes
paid no less than £.35000 for
its fidelity to the crown.
This gallant cavalier m. Su-
sanna, daughter and co-heir
of Thomas Edwards, of Lon-
don, merchant, and had, w ith
other children, all of whom
d. s. p. his successor,
Thomas Strangwayes, esq. of
Melberrie Sampford, who
m. Susan, daughter and heir
of John Ridout, esq. of Bris-
tol, and had five sons and
four daughters, of whom one
daughter only left issue,
Susanna, who m. Thomas
Strangwayes - Horner,
esq. and had an only

Elizabeth, whom, in
173C, Stephen Fox,

TER, who, in pur-
suance of a deed
of settlement, as-
sumed the name
and arms of

2. Thomas, m. Katherine, daughter of
Ralph Nevill, Earl of Westmoreland,
and widow of John Mowbray, Duke
of Norfolk, and had issue.

3. James (Sir), a judge.
This third son,

Sir James Strangwish, m. Jane, daugh-
ter of Nicholas Orrell, esq. and was s. by
his son,

Sir James Strangwish, of Harlesey,
Castle, in the county of York. He m. first,
Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Evers, and
had issue,



Edward, LL.D.
Felice, m. to William Aske.
Sir James espoused, secondly, Elizabeth,
daughter and co-heir of Philip, Lord I)an\ ,
and had further issue,

Richard (Sir), who m. Elizabeth, dau.
and co-heir of William Nevill, Lord
Pauconherge, and Earl of Kent, and
had issue, but his line is now extinct.



Eleanor, m. to Edmond Maleverer, of
Woodersome, Yorkshire.
The second son of Sir James Strangways,
by his second wife,

James STRANGWAYS, m. Anne, daughter
and co-heir of Sir Robert Cony ers, of Ormsln
and Hornby, and was s. by his son,

James Strangways, of Ormsby, in the
county of York, who espoused — daughter
of Edmond Tratlord, of Lancashire, and was
*. by his son,

James Strangways, of Ormsby, who m.
Anne, daughter and co-heir of Ralph Dauby,
and had issue,

Richard (Sir), his successor.
Alice, in. first, to Christopher Cogniers,
and secondly, to Robert Wilberfoss.
Margaret, m. to Philip Bainbridge, of

Whenby Hill.
Lie was s. at his decease by his son,

Sir Richard Strangwayes, of Ormsby
and Sutton, who m. first, Jane, daughter of
Sir Thomas Metham, and had issue,

James, who inherited Ormsby, and
marrying Margaret, daughter of Sir
Richard Cholmley, left an only dau.
and heir,

Jank, m. to Ralph Crathorne, and
d. s. p.
Elizabeth, nt. first, — Tristram, and had
a daughter, Dorothy, m. to Christo-
pher Fulthorpe. Mrs. Tristram es-
poused secondly, James Bradshaw,
and had issue,

Strangwishe Bradshaw, who m. a
daughter of James Peniman. of
Ormsby, and had a son, Roger.
John Bradshaw.
Sir Richard Strangways espoused, secondly,
Isabel, daughter of Thomas Thwaytes, of
Lound, and had further issue,

William, of Ifiddleaburgh, m. Mary,

daughter of Roger Tockett, but </.
s. p.
EDWARD, of whom presently.

Margaret, m. to William Rabank.
The second son of the second marriage,

Edward Strangwayes, m. Phelice, se-
cond daughter of William Ratclitle, of Lan-
caster, aud had issue,

John, who d. unmarried.



The second son,

Thomas Strangwayes, of Little Holtby,
in the county of York, m. in 1661, Dorothy,
daughter of— Hardcastle, esq. of Kirby-
on-the-Hill, in the same shire, by whom
(who d. in 1678) he had issue,
John, his successor.
Richard, m. to Anne, daughter of —
Kaye, esq. of the county of York,
and had issue.
Anne, m. to Richard Sadler, esq. and

had issue.
Margaret, m. to — Barugh, esq. and

had a son, John.
Dorothy, m. to — Nicholas Carter, esq.

and had issue.
Mary, m. to Richard Wilson, esq. and
had issue.
Mr. Strangwayes was s. by his eldest son,
who, removing from Holtby, became

John Strangwayes, of Well, in the county
of York. This gentleman m. Gratiana,
daughter of Thomas Preston, esq. of Holt-
by-Magna, (by Elizabeth, his wife, daughter
and heir of D'Arcy Conyers, esq. of the
same place), by whom (who d. in 1746) he
had issue,

i. John, of Alne, in the county of York,
and of the city of York, b. 13th
March, 1708, m. Frances, daughter
of Henry Baynes, esq of Bootham,
and had issue,

Henry, who d. s. p.
Frances, m. to Allen Swainston,
M.D. of the citj of York, and
had issue,

John Swains ion, who d. unm.
Edward Swainston, who as-
sumed the name of STRANG-
WAYES. (See Strangwayts
of Alne.)
Margaret Swainston, d. unm.



Mary-Elizabeth Swainston, to.
to Christopher Nevile, esq.
of Thorney, in the county
of Lincoln.

Matilda Swainston, d. unra.

Harriet Swainston, to. to
George Treacher, esq. son
of the Rev. Thomas Trea-
cher, of Begbrook, in the
county of Oxford.

II. Richard, of Well.

ill. Thomas, of Barham Wood, in the
county of Hertford, to. 16th Decem-
ber, 1748, Elizabeth-Anne, only sur-
viving issue and heiress of Thomas
Holt, esq. of Reading, in Berkshire,*
grand-niece of lord chief justice Holt,
and first cousin to Mary, Countess of
Haddington, and Lady Head, of Lang-
ley Park, Berkshire, by whom he
had issue,

John, b. 24th August, 1756 ; d. un-
married, in America, in 1775.
Thomas-Holt, d. young.
Louisa, to. to her kinsman, Richard
Strangwayes, esq. of Well.
This lady became eventually one
of the co-heirs to the Barony
of Berners.

iv. Elizabeth, d. unm.

v. Dorothy, m. to J. Palmer, esq. of
Bedford Row, London, and of Baun-
more, in the county of Kerry, and had
an only son, John-Grove Palmer,
esq. who was many years attorney
general in the Bermudas, and marry-
ing Miss Dorothy Ball, left at his
decease, in May, 1832,

1. John Palmer, esq. of Baunmore,
who m. Isabella, daughter of J.
Studdard, esq. and has issue.

2. Hester - Strangwayes Palmer,
m. to the Honorable James
Christie Esten, chief justice and
president of the council in the
Bermudas, and has issue,

* By his wife Lucy Knyvet, younger daughter
and co-heir (with her sister, Elizabeth Knyvet,
wife of Henry Wilson, esq. of Didlington, in the
county of Norfolk) of John Knyvet, esq . of Norwich,
lineal descendant and representative of Edmund
Knyvet, esq. Serjeant porter to King Henry VIII.
and his wife, Jane Bourchier, daughter and even-
tuallvsoleheirof Sir John Bourchier, Lord Berners.

Palmer Esten, esq. a barris-
ter, in. in January, 1832,
Ann, daughter of — Hutchi-
son, esq. of Exeter, and
sister of Lady Harvey Ba-

Hamilton Esten, an officer in
the rifle brigade.

3. Harriet Palmer, m. to Captain
Charles Austen, of the R.N. son
of the Rev. — Austen, of Chaw-
ton, near Alton, in Hampshire,
and has issue, two sons and three

The second son of John Strangwayes,

Richard Strangwayes, was of Well. He
was b. 5th April, 1716, and to. 19th April,
1742, Faith, daughter of Thomas Topham,
esq. of Aysgarth, in Wensleydale, in the
county of York, by whom he had issue,

John, b. in 1748, d. in 1756.

Richard, successor to his father.

Mr. Strangwayes d. in 1764, and was s. by
his only surviving son,

Richard Strangwayes, esq. of Well, b.
24th September, 1749, m. first, Ellen, daugh-
ter of Mr. Fryer, of Pickill, in the county
of Y'ork, but had no issue. He espoused,
secondly, Catherine, daughter of Thomas
Purchas, esq. of Spennithorne, in the same
shire, by whom (who d. in 1781, aged 25)
he had surviving issue,

Richard-Purchas, his successor.

Catherine, to. in 1805, to Thomas Prest,
esq. of Bedale, in the county of York,
and d. s. p. 10th September, 1812.

Mr. Strangwayes wedded, thirdly, his rela-
tive, Louisa, only daugh. of Thomas Strang-
wayes, esq. of Barham Wood, and one of
the co-heirs, in right of her mother, to the
barony of Berners,f by this lady he had

Thomas, heir apparent to his mother,
captain in the army, to. Catherine,
youngest daughter of Colonel Brooke
(of Scholes,in Yorkshire) of the dra-
goon guards, and had an only child,

t The barony of Berners has recently been
restored to Mrs. Strangwayes' second cousin, Ro-
bert Wilson, esq. of Didlington, the other co-heir,
who has taken his seat as Lord Berners.



Caroline-Frances, who d. in 1831.
John, a merchant of London.
Edward, of Ripon, m. in 1830, Georgi-

ana-Frederica, daughter of the late

John Walker, esq. of Walterclough,

in Yorkshire.
D'Arcy, of London.
Francis, an officer in the 65th regiment,

d. at Surat, in the East Indies.
Louisa, m. to William Morton, esq. of

Ripen, in Yorkshire, and has issue.

Mr. Strangwayes, d. 1st of August, 1828,
and was s. by his eldest son, the present


Arms — Sahle, two lions argent passant,
paled gules.

Crest— A lion, as in the arms.

Motto — Ystoyeau & ne douhlero.

Residence- - York.


BARNE, MICHAEL, esq. of Sotterley and Dunwich, in the county of Suffolk, b.

3rd June, 1759, late lieutenant colonel of the 7th hussars,
and member of parliament for Dunwich from 1812 to
1830, espoused Mary, daughter of Ayscogh Boucherett,
esq. of Willing-ham and Shilling-borough, in Lincolnshire,
and has issue,

Frederick, M.P. for Dunwich, captain in the 12th


Colonel Barne succeeded at the decease of his half brother
Miles Barne, esq. on the 8th September, 1825.


Sir George Barne, knt. was Lord Mayor
of the city of London in 1552. By his
wife Alice, he had issue,
George, his successor.
John, who m. Jane, daughter of Thomas
Langton, esq. of Yorkshire, and left
two daughters, his co-heirs, viz.

1. Mary, m. to Francis Roberts,
esq. of Wilsdon, Middlesex.

2. Elizabeth, m. to Edward Altham,
esq. second son of Sir James
Altham, of Markshall, in Essex.

Viuie, m. first, to Alexander Carlyell,
esq. and secondly, to Sir Francis
\\ alsingham.
Elizabeth, m. to Sir John Rivers, knt.

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