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Lord Mayor of London in 1574. He
d. 27tli February, 1583.
He uas s. by his elder son,

Sir George Barne, knt. citizen of Lon-
don, and Lord Mayor in 1586. He m. Anne,
daughter of Sir William Gerrard, knt. (who
was Lord Mayor of London in 1555) of Dor-
ney, in the county of Bucks, and had issue,

1. William (Sir).

2. George.

3. Francis, )

4. Thomas,

5. John.

6. Mark, m.


7. Peter.

8. Richard, of Tangley, in Surrey, m.
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Francis
Aungier, afterwards Lord Aungier,
Master of the Rolls in Ireland, but d.
s. p. 6th October, 1620.


and had two sons,



9. Anne, m. to Walter Marley, esq.
Sir George d. in 1592, and was s. by his

eldest son,

Sir William Barne, knt. of Woolwich,
in the county of Kent. This gentleman es-
poused Anne, daughter of his Grace, Doctor
Edwin Sandys,* Archbishop of York, and
had six sons and a daughter, viz.

1. William (Sir), of Woolwich, m.
Dorothy, daughter of Sir Peter Man-
wood, of St. Stephens, Canterbury,
Knight of the Bath, and had an only

William, who d. s. p.

2. Robert, of Grimsby, in the county of
Lincoln, to. Elizabeth, daughter of
Thomas Twysdon, esq. of Wye, in
the county of Kent, and had issue,

Robert, who d. s. p.

Carola, to. Sir Roger Harsnet, knt.

Serjeant at Arms.

3. Thomas.

4. Miles, in holy orders, of whom pre-

5. John.

6. George.

• 7. Anne, to. to Sir William Lovelace,
of Lovelace, in the county of Kent.

The fourth son,

The Rev. Miles Barne, Rector of B -
shopsbourne cum Barham,?w. Jane, daughter
of — Travis or Travers, esq. of Chipping-
Norton, in the county of Oxford, and dying
1st September, 1670, left issue,

1. Miles, of Peterhouse, Cambridge,
D.D. chaplain to King Charles II.
to. but left no issue at his de-
cease, about the year 1709.

2. John, with whom we shall proceed.

* The grandson of this Prelate, Edward San-
dys, esq. was Chancellor of the Exchequer in the
reign of George II. and elevated to the peerage as
Lord Sandys, of Ombersley. He was subsequently
Speaker of the House of Lords. His lordship d.
in 1770, and was s. by his eldest son, Edward,
second Lord Sandys, at whose decease, without
issue, in 1797, the title expired, and the estates
devolved upon his niece, Mary Sandys, who had
married Arthur, Marquis of Downshire, in Ireland.
See Burke s Extinct Peerage.

3. William, of Beaksbourne, in Kent,
m. but left no issue.

4. Henry, of York Buildings, in the
county of Middlesex, m. Elizabeth,
daughter of J. Mainwaring, citizen of
London, and dying in 1689, left three
daughters, his co-heirs, viz.

Elizabeth, to. to Joseph Saxton,

citizen of London.
Frances, to. to Henry Simonds, of

Jane, m. to the Rev. John Andrews,

Rector of Knowlton, in Kent,

and of St. Mildreds ' and All

Saints, Canterbury.

5. Robert, citizen of London, m. Mary,
daughter of Thomas Wyvil, of York-
shire, and left an only daughter,

Jane, to. to the Rev. Henry Rosse,
Rector of Swanscombe, near
Gravesend, Kent.

6. Anne, to. to Bernard Gibbard, and
left an only daughter,

Elizabeth Gibbard.

7. Hesther.

The second son,

John Barne, citizen of London, conti-
nued the line of the family. He to. Alice,
daughter of Edward Billers, of the town of
Leicester, gentleman, and had issue,

1. George, Fellow of St. John's Col-
lege, Cambridge, d. unmarried in

2. John, of London, merchant, to. Sa-
rah, daughter of Benjamin Drake, of
Kensington, gentleman, and had four
sons and two daughters, viz.

John, Avho d. in Ireland, s. p.
Benjamin, an officer of Dragoons,

killed in a duel in Ireland in

1722, unmarried.
Miles, d. in 1765, unmarried.
George, to. — , widow of — Bow-

yer, but had no issue.
Elizabeth, m. to Henry Trollope,

of London, son of Sir Thomas

Trollope, bart. of Caswick, in

Sarah, to. to George Thornhill, esq.

of Diddington, Hants.

3. William, d. at Bombay, in 1710, un-

4. Miles, who eventually continued
the line of the family.



5. Henry, citizen of London, m. Anne,
daughter of the Re\ V\ illiam Dowdes-
well, Rector of Kingham, in Oxford-
shire, and had two sons, Henry and

6. Anne, d. unmarried in 1G83.

7. Alice, ///. to William Selwj n, citizen
of London.

The fourth son,

Milks Barm., a merchant of London,
espoused Elizabeth, daughter of Solomon
Snowdon, esq. of the city of York, and had
one son and two daughters, viz.

MlLES, his successor.

Elizabeth, m. to Sir Stephen Anderson,

hart, of Eyworth, in the county of

Bedford, and d. s. p.
Anne, d. unmarried.

Mr. Barne d. in 1743, and was s. by his son,
Miles Barne, esq. of Sotterley, in the
county of Suffolk, M.P. for Duivwich, h. in
1718, in. first, Elizaheth, daughter and co-
heir of Nathaniel Elwick,esq.of May Place,
near Crayford, Kent, formerly governor of
Fort Saint George, in the East Indies, and
had issue.

Miles, his successor.
Elizabeth-Elwick, d. 24th June, 1759.

Mr. Barne espoused secondly, Mary, eldest
daughter of George Thornhill, esq. of Did-
dington, in Huntingdonshire, and had, with
other children,

Barne, M.P. for Dunwich, from 1777
to 1790, afterwards a Commissioner
of Taxes, d. in 1829, unmarried.

Snowdon, M. P. for Dunwich, from
1790 to 1812, Lord Treasurer's Re-
membrancer, afterwards a Lord of
the Treasury from 1809 to 1812, and
then a Commissioner of the Customs,
d. in 1825, unmarried.

Michael, present proprietor.

Thomas, in holy orders, M.A F.S. \.
sometime Rector of Southelmham,
Saint James's, and of Sotterley, Suf-
folk, Chaplain in ordinary to their
Majesties George HI. George IV.
and WILLIAM IV. in. first, Eliza-
beth, daughter of Richard Wyatt,
esq. of Milton Place, Surrey, and
secondly, Sarah, daughter of the
Hon. and very Rev. Andrew St.
John, D.I), and Dean of Worcester.

Mary, m. to W. Sawbridge, esq. of
East Haddon, in the county of North-

Sarah, in. to John Harding, esq. of
Clyadernon, and d. 7th January, 1818.


Anne, m. to Drake Garrard, esq. of
Lamer, Herts, and d. in January,

Mr. Barne d. 20th December, 1780, and was
s. by his eldest son,

Miles Barne, esq. of Sotterly, Suffolk,
and May Place, Kent, M.P. for Dunwich
from 1791 to 1790, at whose decease, un-
married, 8th September, 1825, the estates
devolved upon his half-brother, Michael
Barne, esq. the present proprietor.

Arms — Granted in the reign of Queen
Elizabeth to Sir George Barne, knfc and
his brother John Barne, esq. Quarterly :
first and fourth, az. three Leopards' heads,
arg. Second and third, arg. a chevron az.
between three Cornish choughs, sa.

Crest — Sa, an eagle displayed, sa.

Motto — Nee timide, nee temere.

Estates — In the counties of Suffolk and

Town Residence— Grosvenor Street.

Sents — Dunwich and Sotterley Park, Suf-



LUTTRELL, FOWNES JOHN, esq. of Dunster Castle, in the county of Somerset,
and Nethway House, Devonshire, member of parliament for Minehead, b. 26th Au-
gust, 1787, s. to the estates at the decease of his father, in 1816.


Luttrell, of East Quantockshead, living temp.
Edward I.) acquired by grant from the
crown, in the 11th Edward III., certain
lands and rents in Chilton, in the county of
Devon, which shire he represented in par-
liament in the 37th of the same monarch.
He m. two wives, by the first, Rose, he
seems to have had no issue ; by the second,
Joan, he had a son, his successor.

Sir Andrew Luttrell, of Chilton, who
had married in the lifetime of his father,
Lady Elizabeth Courtenay, second daughter
of Hugh, Earl of Devon, and widow of
Sir John Vere, knt. son of Aubrey de Vere,
Earl of Oxford, an alliance which connected
the Luttrells with the Royal House of
Plantagenet. The son of this marriage,

Sir Hugh Luttrell, resided at Dunster
Castle, which his mother, Lady Elizabeth,
had purchased from the family of Mohun ;
he was member of parliament for Somerset-
shire in the reign of Richard II. and suc-
cessively for that county and Devon. In
the 8th Henry IV. Sir Hugh gained a suit
at law against Edward Plantagenet, Duke
of York, and the other heirs of John Lord
Mohun, of Dunster,* by which he obtained
possession of the honours and Castle of
Dunster, lordship of Carhampton, &c. in
the county of Somerset. He was afterwards
ranger of Blackmore Forest, in Dorsetshire,
a privy-councillor to King Henry V., and
one of the commanders under that martial
monarch, at the reduction of Harfleur, in
Normandy, anno 1415, and at the memorable

The family of Luttrell, or Loterell,
was established in England by one of the
chiefs in the Norman Conquest, whose name
is to be found in the Roll of Battel Abbey.

In the reigns of Henry I. and King
Stephen, Sir John Luttrell held, in capite,
the manor of Hoton Pagnel, in Yorkshire,
which vested in his male descendants until
the time of Henry V. when it devolved
upon an heiress, who espoused John Scott,
feudal lord of Calverley, and steward of the
household to the Empress Maud.

The estates of Sir Geoffry Luttrell, knt.
in the counties of Derby, Leicester, Not-
tingham, and York, were confiscated in the
reign of Richard I. for his adhesion to
John, Earl of Morton, but they were res-
tored upon the accession of that prince to
the throne, as King John. Sir Geoffry
subsequently accompanied the king into
Ireland, and obtained from the crown a
grant of Luttrellstown, in that kingdom.
The descendants of Sir Geoffry were after-
wards feudal barons of Irnham, and one of
those barons, Robert de Luttrell, had
summons to parliament on the 24th June,
and 2nd November, 1295. (See Burke's
Extinct and Dormant Peerage.)

John Luttrell (youngest son of Andrew

* John, Lord Mohun, of Dunster, leftat his de-
cease three daughters, his co-heirs, viz.

Philippa, m. first, to Edward Plantagenet,
Duke of York, and secondly, to Sir Wal-
ter Fitz-Walter, knt.
Elizabeth, m. William deMontacute, Earl of

Maud, m. to John, Lord Strange, of Knockvn.
Burke's Extinct Peerage.



siege of Rouen. In 1418, being- Lieutenant
of Harfleur, lie took from the French the
town and fortress of Monstreville. Sir Hugh
7)i. Catherine, daughter of Sir John Beau-
mont, knt. and was s. in 1431, by his eldest

Sir John LUTTRELL, who had been made
a Knight of the Bath at the coronation of
Henry IV., anno 1399.f This gallant per-
son espoused, first, Joan, daughter of Sir
John Mallet, of Enmore, but had no issue.
He m. secondly, Margaret, daughter of
John, Lord Audley. He died the year
after his father, possessed of the castle,
church, and manor of Dunster, lordship of
Carhampton, town of Minehead, with several
manors in the west, held of the crown, as
one entire barony of forty-nine knights' fees.
He was likewise seized of the manor of
Quantoch, with four other knights' fees in
Somersetshire, and was s. by his son,

Sir James Luttrell, who was made a
Knight-Banneret at the battle of Wake-
field, in 1463, and fell fighting under the
standard of Lancaster, in 1471. He was
subsequently attainted by King Edward
IV. and his castle of Dunster, lordship of
Carhampton, &c. granted to Sir Edward
Herbert, knt. first Earl of Pembroke. He
left by his wife, Elizabeth, daughter and
heiress of Sir William Courtenay, eldest
brother of Sir Edward Courtenay, of Hac-
combe, a son and successor,

Sir Hugh Luttrell, who is mentioned by
Hollingshed and other historians amongst
the persons of note in the west, who joined
the Earl of Richmond at his landing, and
were afterwards instrumental in quelling
the Devonshire insurrection. When the suc-
cessful issue of Bos worth placed the crown
upon Richmond's head, as Henry VII.,
the estates of Sir Hugh Luttrell were imme-
diately restored, and he was subsequently
created a Knight of the Bath, at the coro-
nation of the queen, in 1487. He espoused,
first. Margaret, daughter of Robert Hill, and
half-enter (maternally) of Lord Daubeney,

' From a younger son of this Sir Hugh and
( 'atherine Beaumont, Robert Luttrell, who died
in the loth IIinkv VI. seized of the castle and
lands of Luttrellstown, in the county of Dublin,
descended the well known Irish family of Luttrell,
of which were the extinct Earls of Carhampton.

t The Ordeb of the Bath was then first insti-
tuted, and consisted of forty-six knights, amongst
whom were three of the kind's sons.

K.G., and secondly, Walthera, widow of
Thomas Drelne. He was s. in 2nd of Henry
VIII. by his son by his first wife,

Sir Andrew Luttrell, knt. of Dunster
Castle, who m. Margaret, daughter of Sir
Thomas Wyndham, and had issue,

John (Sir), his heir.

Thomas, successor to his brother.

Richard, ancestor of the Luttrells, of
Hartlaud, Honnibere, Sandon-Court,
and Chelsea.


Sir Andrew was s. by his eldest son,

Sir John Luttrell, who in the 36th
Henry VIII. was with the Earl of Hertford
in Scotland, and present at the taking of
Edinburgh and Leith, when he received the
honor of knighthood. Two years afterwards
he was under the same nobleman at Bou-
logne, and had the command of a hundred
men. In the reign of Edward VI. he was
likewise distinguished in arms, and was
made a Knight-Banneret, for his conduct at
the taking of Yester, in the first year of that
monarch. He m. Mary, daughter of Sir
John Griffith, K.B. by whom (who m. after
his decease James Godolphin, of Cornwall)
he had three daughters, heiresses to one
third part of his estates, the other two thirds
devolving, by two entails, and by the will of
Sir John himself, upon his next brother,

Thomas Luttrell, esq. M.P. for Mine-
head. This gentleman, in order to preserve
the estates which he thus inherited clear of
his nieces portions and of his brother's debts,
sold all the lauds in Devon and Suffolk, but
those were amply replaced by the estates
acquired ou his marriage with Margaret,
only daughter and heiress of Christopher
Hadley, esq. of Withycombe, and great
grandaughter of Philippa, daughter of Sir
Humphrey Audley, by Elizabeth, widow of
Sir James Luttrell. In consequence of this
consanguinity it was necessary to procure a
special bull, in the 5th of Philip and Man ,
from Pope Paul V. to sanction the marriage.
Mr. Luttrell d. in 1570, Margaret, his wife
surviving, who was afterwards m. to John
Strode, of Parnham, esq. and again to
Richard Hill, esq. He was s. by his eldest

GEORGE Luttrell, esq. who inherited
likewise his mother's lands. This gentle-
man was sheriff of Somersetshire in 1593.
He added considerablv to the buildings of



Dunster Castle, and lived there in the great-
est hospitality, enjoying, in an eminent de-
gree, the love and respect of his neighbour-
hood. He m. first, Joan, daughter of Hugh
Stewkley, esq. of Marsh, in the county of
Somerset, by whom he had Thomas, his
successor. He espoused, secondly, Syl-
vestra Capper, by whom (who wedded after
his decease, first, Sir Edmund Story, and
secondly, Gyles Penny, esq.) he had two

Diana, m. to Alexander Lynde, esq.
Sarah, m. to John Wogan, esq.
Mr. Luttrell died at an advanced age, in
1630, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Luttrell, esq. of Dunster Castle,
who had married in the lifetime of his father,
Jane, daughter of Sir Francis Popham, knt.
of Littlecot, and dying in 1647, was s. by
his eldest son,

G eorge Luttrell, esq. of Dunster Castle,
to whom s. his next brother,

Francis Luttrell, esq. of Dunster Castle,
who was likewise s. by his brother,

Thomas Luttrell, esq. of Dunster Castle.
This gentleman espoused Lucy, daughter of
Thomas Simonds, esq. of Cambridgeshire,
and had issue,

Francis, his successor.
Alexander, who s. his nephew in the
Mr. Luttrell was s. by his elder son,

Francis Luttrell, esq. of Duuster Castle,
a colonel in the army of Kiug William,
who m. Jane, only daughter and heiress of
John Tregonwell, esq. of Milton Abbey, in
the county of Dorset, and had issue,
Tregonwell, his heir.
Mary, in. to Sir George Rooke, vice-
admiral of Great Britain.
Frances, m. first, to Edward Hervey,
esq. and secondly, to Edward Ashe,
esq. of Heytesbury, in the county of
Col. Luttrell d. in 1690, and was s. by his

Tregonwell Luttrell, esq. of Dunster
Castle, at whose decease without issue, in
1706, the estates reverted to his uncle,

Alexander Luttrell, esq. of Dunster
Castle. This gentleman served in all the wars
in Flanders, throughout the reign of King
William, and in Queen Anne's time was
colonel of the royal regiment of marines.
He was likewise, during the greater part of
those reigns, member of parliament for the
borough of Minehead. He espoused Doro-

thy, daughter of Edward Yard, esq. of
Churston, in the county of Devon, and had
two sons,

Alexander, his successor.
He d. in 1714, and was s. by his elder son,
Alexander Luttrell, esq. of Dunster
Castle, who in. Margaret, daughter of Sir
John Trevelyan, hart, of Nettlecombe, and
had an only daughter,

Margaret, m. to Henry Fownes, esq.

of Nethway House, in the county of


Mr. Luttrell having thus no male issue, his

estates devolved, at his decease, upon his

only daughter above mentioned,

Margaret Luttrell, whose husband,
Henry Fownes, assumed in consequence
the additional surname and arms of Luttrell.
Of this marriage were issue,

John, heir to his father and mother.
Francis, a commissioner of the customs.
Alexander, in holy orders, rector of
East Quantockshed, who d. in 1810.
Mr. and Mrs. Luttrell were succeeded by
their eldest son,

John Fownes-Luttrell, esq. of Dunster
Castle, M.P. for Minehead. This gentle-
man in. Miss Drewe, of Grange, in the
county of Devon, and had issue,
John, his heir.

Henry, commissioner of public accounts.
Francis, a captain in the army, m. Miss

Drewe, and has issue.
Alexander, in holy orders, rector of
East Quantockshead, m. Miss Leader,
and has issue.
Thomas, in holy orders, vicar of Mine-
head, and incumbent curate of Dun-
Mary -Anne.
Mr. Luttrell d. in 1816, and was s. by his
eldest son, the present John Fownes-Lut-
TRELL, esq. of Dunster Castle.

Arms— Quarterly ; first and fourth, or
a bend between six martlets, sa. for Lut-
trell. Second and third, az. two eagles
displayed in fesse, and a mullet in base arg.
for Fownes.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume
of five feathers arg.

Estates — In the counties of Somerset and

Seats — Dunster Castle, Somersetshire,
and Nethway House, in the county of Devon.



LANGTON-GORE, WILLIAM, esq. of Newton Park, in the county of Somerset,

colonel of the Oxford mililia, /;. in December, 1760, m.
first in 1783, Bridget, only child and heiress of Joseph
Lang-ton, esq. of Newton Park, (upon which occasion he
assumed by royal permission the additioual surname and
arms of Lang-ton) and has had issue,

1. William, b. in 1787, M.P. for the county of Somer-
set, m. 21st February, 1822, Jaeintha-Dorothea,
only child of H. Powell Collins, esq. of Hatch-Beau-
champ, in that shire, by whom, who d. in February,
1 827, he had one son.

2. Edward, b. in 1789, an officer in the army.

3. John, an officer in the army, d. at Ceylon.

4. Frances-Matilda.

Col. Gore-Laugtou espoused secondly, Mary, only daugh-
ter of John Browne, esq. of SalperLon, in the county of Gloucester, and has by
that lady,

5. William-Henry.

6. John-Frederick.

7. Mary-Henrietta, m. in 1831, to Sir J.

8. Caroline-Maria.

M. Burgoyne, bart. of Sutton Park.

Col. Gore-Langton succeeded his father, Edward Gore, esq. in 1801.


This family, which originates in a com-
mon ancestor with the Earls of Arran, in
Ireland, derives immediately from

John Gore, who acquired the lands of
Eastham, in the county of Essex, and was
s. by his son,

Geruid Gore, an alderman of the city
of London, who m. Ellen Davenant, of Da-
venant Land, in Essex, and dying at the age
of 91, in 1607, was s. by his son,

Sir John Gore, knt. who served the
office of Lord Mayor of the city of Lon-
don. Sir John m. Miss Campbell, daughter
of Sir Thomas Campbell, and dying in 1636,
wis s. by his son,

Sir John Gore, knt. of Gilstone, in the
county of Herts, who m. Bridget, daughter
of Sir Edward Harrington, hart, and dying
in 1650, WM s. by his son,

\\ ii uam Gorb, of Morden, in the count}
of Surrey, afterwards of Barrow Court, in

Somersetshire. This gentleman m. Jane,
daughter of Thomas Smith, esq. of Ted-
worth, Wilts, by whom he had a son, his

Sir Thomas Gore, knt. who m. Philippa,
sister and co-heir of Sir Giles Tooker, of
Maddington, in Wiltshire, and dying in
1675, was s. by his son,

Edward Gore, esq. who m. Arabella,
dau. and co-heir of Sir John Smyth, bart.
of Long Ashton, in the county of Somerset,
and d. in 1742, when he was s. by his son,

Edward Gore, esq. This gentleman es-
poused Barbara, widow of Sir Edward Mos-
tyn, hart, and daughter and sole heiress of
Sir George Browne, of Kiddington Park, Ox-
fordshire (l>y the Lady Barbara Lee, daugh-
ter of Edward, first Earl of Litchfield), by
whom he left at his decease, in 1801,
William, his successor.
Charles, in holy orders in. in 1799,



Harriett, daughter of K. Little, esq.
and lias, with other issue,

Montague, the present possessor
of Barrow Court.

Mr. Gore d. in 1801, and was s. by his elder
son, the present William Gore-Langton,

Arms — Quarterly, first and fourth grand

quarters : quarterly first and fourth arg.
three chevrons gu. second and third arg. a
cross moline sa. for Langton : second and
third grand quarters, gules, a fesse between
three cross crosslets fitchee, or.

Motto — In hoc signo vinces.

Town Residence — 12, Grosvenor-square.

Seat— Newton Park, Somersetshire.


PATESHALL-BURNAM, EDMUND, esq. of Allensmore, in the county of Here-
ford, b. in 1778, m. in 1804, Milborough, daughter and co-heiress of the Reverend
James Ingram, of Burford, in the county of Salop, of the ancient Montgomeryshire
family of that name.

Mr. Pateshall assumed by royal sign manual, upon the demise of his mother in
1820, the additional surname and arms of Burn am. He s. to the estates upon the
decease of his father, 4th November, 1790.


The family of Lechmere* (from which
Mr. Pateshall derives his paternal descent),
came from the Low Countries, and, serving
under William the Conqueror, obtained
from that victorious prince lands in Hanley,
Worcestershire, called from them Lech-
mere's Place.

Adam de Lechmere, of Hanley, was
s. by his son,

* Lech is a branch of the Rhine which parts
from it at Wyke, and, running westward, falls
into the Maes before Rotterdam.

Robert, or Wilkin de Lechmere, of
Hanley, who flourished temp. Edward II.
and had a son and successor,

Henry Lechmere, who espoused Alice,
— and, dying in the reign of Edward III.
was s. by his son,

Robert Lechmere, whose great-great

Richard Lechmere, m. (21 Henry
VII.) Joan, daughter and co-heiress of John
Whitmore, of Hanley, and from him lineally

Edmund Lechmere, esq. who m. Mar-
garet, daughter of Sir Nicholas Overbury,
knt. and dying in 1650, was s. by his son,

Sir Nicholas Lechmere, knt. who was
appointed a baron of the exchequer at
the revolution. He wedded Penelope,
daughter of Sir Edwyn Sandys, of North-
borne, in the county of Kent, and dying in
1701, left issue,

i. Edmund, who m. Lucy, daughter of
Sir Anthony Hungerford, of Farley
Castle, in the county of Somerset,
and left at his decease, in 1703, with
junior issue, two sons, viz.

1. Anthony, of Hanley Castle,
in the county of Worcester, who
was father of



Edmund, of Hanley Castle,
M.P. for the county of
Worcester, who espoused
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir
Blundel Charlton, bart. of
Ludford, Hertfordshire, and
had a son and successor,
Nicholas, of Hanley Cas-
tle, who assumed, upon
inheriting the Charlton es-
tates at the decease of his
uncle. Sir Francis Charl-
ton, bart. in 1784, the ad-
ditional surname and arms
of Charlton, and bis son
and heir is the present
Edmund - Lechmere-
Charlton, esq. of
Ludford Park, in the
county of Hereford
(seefumily of Charl-

2. Nicholas, of the Middle Tem-
ple, barrister-at law, and M.P.

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