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This eminent lawyer was ap-
pointed solicitor-general in 1714,
chancellor of the duchy of Lan-
caster in 1717, and attorney-ge-
neral in the following year. He
was one of the managers against
Sacheverell, and was elevated to
the peerage 25th August, 1721,
by the title of Lord Lechmere
of Evesham. He to. Lady Eli-
zabeth Howard, dau. of Charles,
Earl of Carlisle ; but dying
issueless, in 1727, the Barony of
Lechmere became extinct, and
the estates devolved upon his ne-
phew, Edmund Lechmere, of
Hanley Castle. His lordship was
a good lawyer, a prompt and able
speaker, much courted by the
Whig party ; but of a temper vio-
lent, proud, and impracticable.

II. Sandys.

Sir Nicholas Lechmere's second son,

SANDYS Lechmere, esq. inherited by will
from his relative, Roger Lechmere, esq.
the property of Fownhope, in the county of
Hen ford, and settled there. He espoused
Joanna, widow of John Holmes, esq. and
only daughter of Robert Clarke, esq. (des-
cended from the ancient family of Clarke,
of Kingsnott, in the county of Kent), and 1694, was v. by Ids onlv son,

Nicholas Lechmere, of Fownhope, who
to. Martha, daughter and co-heiress of
John Scudamore, esq. of Treworgan, in the
county of Monmouth, and d. in 1711, at the
early age of twenty-six, leaving an only sur-
viving son and successor,

ScUDAMORE-LeCHMERE, esq. of Fown-
hope, who m. .lane, second daughter of Ed-
mund Pateshall, esq. of Allensmore, and
had (with two daughters, who both married )
five sons, viz.

1. John-Scud a more, who *. his father
in the family estates, and marrying
Catherine-second daughter of John
Withmore, esq. of the Haywood, in
the county of Hereford, left issue at
his decease, 8th January, 1801.

2. Edmund.

3. Edwyn-Sandys, who m. Elizabeth,
daughter of the Rev. Mr. Jones, of
Foy, in Herefordshire, and by her
(who d. in 1822) has issue.

4. Nicholas, d. at sea.

5. Thomas-Allen, who to. Jane, young-
est daughter of John Whitmore, of
the Haywood, and left issue.

The second son,

Edmund Lechmere, esq. upon inhe-
riting, at his maternal uncle's decease,
the Allensmore estates, assumed, in com-
pliance with the testamentary injunction of
that gentleman, the surname and arms of
Pateshall only. He espoused Ann, dau.
and heiress of William Burnam, esq. of
Westington Court, in the county of Here-
ford, by whom (who d. in 1820) he left issue
at his decease, in 1790.

1. Edmund, present possessor of Al-

2. William, who to. Elizabeth, daugh-
ter of Michael Cheen, esq. and has a
daughter, Ann-Elizabeth.

3. John Scudamore-Lechmere, who m.
Mary, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Wil-
liams, of Shobdon, in the county of
Hereford, by whom he has an onl\
surviving child, Mary.

4. Nicholas, captain R.N.

5. Edwyn-Sandys, captain in the Hon.
East India Company's Service, d. at

Ceylon in 1819.

6. Thomas-Allen.

7. Walter, in holy orders, M.A. d. in

8. Ann, in. to the Rev. John Jones,
M.A. and has two daughters.

!» Martha, m. to Thomas Williams, est).



and has three sous and three daugh-
Mr. Pateshall d. in 1790, and was s. at his
decease by his eldest son, the present Ed-
mund Burnam-Pateshall, esq.


This family boasts of high antiquity in
the county of Northampton. In the 6t!i year
of Richard I. wefindupon record the name
of Simon de Pateshall, high sheriff of
that shire ; a/id Camden mentions his des-
cendants as performing the same duty during
several subsequent reigns.

Thomas Pateshall, of Paddlestone, in
the county of Hereford, m. the daughter of
— Cole, of Hatfield, in the same shire, and
had a son,

Thomas Pateshall, of Weston, who es-
poused Sarah, daughter of Thomas Smith,
esq. and dying in 1687, left issue,

1. John, of Weston, who m. Jane,
daughter and co- heiress of Thomas
Allen, esq. and d. s. p. in 1726.

2. Thomas, )

3. Walter, S

4. Edmund, who tn. Mary, daughter
and co-heiress of Thomas Allen, esq.
and left issue at his demise, in 1739,
one son and a daughter, viz.

John, b. 20th April, 1714; who d.
unmarried, leaving his estates at
Allensmore and Weston to the
son of his sister,

Jane, who m. to Scud t mo re Lech-
mere, esq. of Fownhooe Court,
and had, with other issue, Ed-
mund Lechmere, esq. inheritor
of his Uncle's possessions.

both d. without issue.

Arms — Quarterly of ten,

1st for Pateshall. Az. on a chev.
between three hearts arg. as many
escallops gu.

2nd for Lechmere. Gu. a fess or, and
two pelicans in chief arg. with the
necessary mark of cadency.

3rd for Whitmore. Vert, fretty or.

4ih for Rooke. Arg. a chev. engrailed
between three chess rooks sa.

5th for Sccdamore. Gu. three stir-
rups leathered and buckled or, two
and one ; with the mark of cadency
for the third house.

6th for Schdamore (ancient). Or, a
cross pattee fi tehee gu.

7th for TitEGOZ. Az. two bars gcmell
or, in chief a lion passant, guardant
of the second.

8th for De Evvy as. At. a fess gu. be-
tween three mullets with six points

9th for Huntercombe. Ermine two
bars gemell gu.

10th quarterly for Burn am. First and
fourth, gu. a chev. between three
lions' heads erased or ; second and
third, gu. a chevron between three
lions rampant arg. On an escocheon
of pretence for Ingram, quarterly,
first and fourth, ermine on a fess gu.
three escallops or ; second and third,
vert three escutcheons arg. two and

Crest — Out of ducal coronet, a pelican
arg. vulning itself ppr.

Seat — Allensmore, in the county of Here-


DANVERS-BUTLER, GEORGE- JOHN-DANVERS, esq. of Swithland Hall, in
the county of Leicester, b. in December, 1794, m. 29th August, 1815, Frances Ara-
bella, third daughter of the late Colonel Stephen Freemantle and niece of the Right
Honorable Sir W. H. Freemantle, of Stanhope Street, May Fair. Mr. Butler-Dan-
vers served the office of high sheriff for Leicestershire, 1831-2.




This is a branch of the noble family of But-
ler, Earls of Lanesborough, springing from
Brinsley Butler, the second Earl, who
m. 20th January, 1754, Jane, only daughter
of Robert Rochfort, first Earl of Belve-
dere, and had issue,

IIobf.rt-Herbert, who s. as third Earl,
and marrying Elizabeth, eldest daugh-
ter of the late Right lion. David La-
touche, had two sons, viz.

1. BRINSLEY, present Earl of Lanes-
borough. (See Burke's Peerage.)

2. David, deceased.

A uuustus-Richaro, of whom presently.
Mary, m. to the Right Hon. George

Ponsonby, and tl. in 182G.
Catherine, to. to George Marley, esq.

who d. in 1829.

Sophia, to. to the Marquis Lewis Ma-
The Earl's second son,

Hon. Augustus Butler, m. first, in 1792,
Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Sir John
Danvers, bart. (see family of Danvers at
foot) upon which occasion he assumed the
additional surname and arms of Danvers,
and had issue,

Ge0RGE-J0HN-DanveRS, present pos-
George-Augustas, b. 5th August, 1798.
He tspoused secondly (his first wife dying
in 1808), Eliza-Bizarre, daughter of Hum-
phrej Start, esq. and had by that lady (who
</. in 1811)

George-William-Augustus, b. in 1803.
Augustus-Richard, b. 29th Oct. 1807.
Charles-Augustus- Ashley, b. in 1808.
Charles-Augustus, b. in 1809.
\nothcr son. b. in 1811.

Elizabeth-Sophia, to. in 1828, to Lieute-
nant-Colonel Henry Dumarcsque.

Mr. Butler- Danvers dying 2(5th April, 1820,
was 8. by his eldest son, GeORGE-JoHN-

Danvers Butler-Dan vers, esq. present
representative of this branch of the Butlers.


This family denominated from the town of
Anvers, in France, and anciently written de
Anvcrso or D' An vers, derives its descent from
Roland d'ANVERSO, one the gallant com-
panions in anus oft lie Conqueror, whose son,
Ranulph D' Anvers, received of Crispin,
Lord ofWaUingford, the manors of Harlow ,
Dorney,and Huckhain,to hold of his honour
of Wallingford. The descendant of this
eminent knight,

Samuel Danvers, esq. espoused Elizabeth
Moorewood, of Overton, in the county of
Derby, an heiress, by whom, (avIio to. after
Mr. Danvers' decease, John Danvers, esq.
of Prescott Manor, in the county of Oxford,
nephew of Sir Henry Danvers, Earl of
Dauby, the staunch and lojal adherent of
the unhappy Charles), he had issue, a son
and successor,

Joseph Danvers, esq. of Swithland, in
the county of Leicester, who, ha\ ing succes-
sively represented Boroughbridge, Bram-
ber, and Totness, in parliament, was created
a Baronet in 174.6. Sir Joseph to. Frances,
daughter of Thomas Babington, esq. of
Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, by whom
he had an only son and successor,

Sir John Danvers, bart. of Su ithland, in
the county of Leicester, who m. Miss Wat-
son, daughter and heiress of — Watson,
esq. and left a daughter and heiress,

Elizabeth, who to. the Hon. Augustus
Butler, as stated above.
Arms — Quarterly, first and fourth, gu. a
chevron between three mullets of six points
or, for Danvers : second and third ar. three
covered cups in bend between two bendlels,
eng. sa. for Butler.

Crests — First, for Danvers, awyvern or.
Second, for BUTLER, a demi-cockatrice
couped vert, comb, beak, wattles and du-
cally gorged or.

Motto— Libertc toute entiere.
Estates — At Swithland, Leicestershire.
Seat — Swithland Hall, near Mount Sor-
rel, Leicestershire.



STEADE, BROUGHTON-BENJAMIN, esq. of Beauchieff Abbey, in the county
of Derby, b. 3rd July, 1774, m. 21st December, 1802, Miss Dalton, and has issue,

Edward-Valentine, B.A. of Magdalen College, Oxford, b. 14th February, 1805, a

justice of the peace for the county of Nottingham.
Mary-Meliscent, m.22nd March, 1831, to the Rev. W. Smith, M.A. of Dunston Hall.

Mr. Steade s. to the family estates upon the demise of his brother in 1796. He is
a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant of the county of Derby.


The first mention we have of the family
of Steade, living at, or being possessed of
Onesacre, iu the county of York, where
stands the old family mansion, and other
property, appears, says Dr. Hunter, in some
old writings of the time of Edward III. be-
tween 1326 and 1377.

John de la Stede, resided, according to
several ancient deeds, at Onesacre, in 1417,
as did his immediate successors, Thomas,
John, John, and Nicholas de la Stede.

Nicholas Steade espoused Mary Revel,
and was s. by his son,

Nicholas Steade, who m. in 1581, his
cousin, Elizabeth Steade, and dying in
March, 1619, was s. by his son,

Nicholas Steade, esq. who marrying in
1619, Frances Brighton, left at his decease
in 1623, a son and successor,

Thomas Steade, esq. who was himself
s. in 1686, by his son,

Nicholas Steade, esq. who m. in 1669,
Mary, daughter of William Milner, esq. of
Burton Grange, in the county of York, and
sister to Mrs. Beaumont, from whom derived
the Beaumonts of Bretton Hall, in York-

shire. By her (who d. in 1715) he left a
son and heir,

Thomas Steade, esq. who espoused in
1696, Miss Creswick, of Burrowlee House,
in the county of York, and was s. at his
demise in 1739, by his son,

Nicholas Steade, esq. who m. in 1728,
Ann, daughter of Benjamin Micklethwaite,
esq. of Ardsley, in the county of York, and
had a son and successor, in 1760,

Thomas Steade, esq. who wedded, in
1768, Meliscent, daughter of Strelley Pegge,
esq. of Beauchieff Abbey, in the county of
Derby, and sister to Peter-Pegge Burnell,
esq. of Winkbourne Hall, Nottinghamshire,
by whom he had, with other issue,

Thomas, his successor.
Brough ton-Benjamin, present pro-

Mr. Steade dying in 1793, was s. by his
eldest son,

Thomas Steade, esq. a captain in the
21st reg. of light dragoons, at whose de-
cease, unm. in 1796, at Cape Nicholas Mole,
St. Domingo, the estates devolved upon his
brother, Broughton- Benjamin Steade,
esq. now representative of the family.

Arms — Arg. a chev. between three bears'
heads, couped sa. muzzled or.

Crest — A stag trippant argent.

Estates — At Woodseats, in the county of
Derby, and at Stanington, Worral, Wads-
ley, Burrowlee, Owlerton, Bentehough, and
Onesacre, in the county of York : most of
which Yorkshire estates have been for so
long a period in the possession of the family,
that the date of their first acquirement can-
not at this distance of time be precisely as-

Seat — Beauchieff Abbey Derbyshire.



DUNCOMBE, THOMAS, esq. of Copgrove, in the county of York, m. in 1795,

Emma, daughter of the late Right Reverend Doctor
John Hinchcliffe, Lord of Peterborough, and has

ThOMAS-SliNGSBY, M.P. for Hertford.

Henry-John, in holy orders.

Edward, also in holy orders.


Emma, m. to Colonel Dawkins.




The Duncombes, originally of Barley End,
in the county of Buckingham, spread through
different branches into other counties during
the reigns of King Henry VIII. and his
son, Edward VI.

Wii.uam DUNCOMBE, of Ivingho, (at the
time of the herald's visitation in 1(534) m.
Mary, daughter of Johu Theed, esq. and
had four sons, of whom the second,

Anthony Duncombe, esq. of Drayton,

in the county of Bucks, m. , daughter of

Paulye, lord of the manor of Whitchurch,
and had issue,

1. Charles (Sir), a hanker in London,
who served the office of sheriff for
that city, anno 1700, and filled in
nine years afterwards, the civic chair.
Sir Charles d. num. possessed of im-
mense wealth, acquired by himself,
which he devised to his nephews,
Anthony Duncombe, the son of his
brother, and Thomas Broun, the son
of his sister.

2. A nthony , who m. Jane, eldest daugh-
ter and co-heiress of the honorable
Frederick Cornwallis, and had an
only son,

Anthony, who inherited, as stated
above, a moiety of his uncle, Sir
Charles Duncombe's large for-
tune, and was elevated to the
peerage by letters patent, dated
23rd .Line, 1717, as Loud Fever-

sn.AM, baron of Dowton, in the
county of Wilts. His lordship
/«. thrice, but left issue only by
his third wife, Anne, daughter of
Sir Thomas Hales, a daughter,
Anne, who m. Jacob, second
Earl of Radnor, by whom
she was mother of the pre-
sent Eare of Radnor.

His lordship dying thus, in 1763,
without male issue, the Barony of
FeveRSHAM became extinct. (See
Burke's Extinct and Dormant
3. Mary, of whom presently.

Mr. Duncombe's only daughter,

Mary Duncombe, espoused Tho. Broun,
esq. of the city of London, who assumed the
surname of Duncombe, and had an only
son and successor,

Thomas Duncombe, esq. of Duncombe
Park, high sheriff of the county of York,
in 1728. This gentleman m. Mary, daughter
of Sir Thomas Slingsby, of Scriven, hart,
by whom he had three sons and two daugh-
ters, and dying in 1746, was s. by his eldest

Thomas Duncombe, esq. of Duncombe
Park, who m. Isabel, daughter of — Soleby,
esq. of Hclmsley,in the county of York, by
whom he left at his decease, 11th Septem-
ber, 1803, (with several daughters),



Charles, who s. to his father's estates,
and was elevated to the peerage, 14th
July, 1826, as Lord Feyersham.
Thomas, present possessor of Copgrove.
Slingsby, m. and has issue.
Amu— Yet chev. eng. gu. and ar. three
talbots' heads erased, counterchanged.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or,"a horse's
hind leg sa. shoe arg.

Motto — Deo, regi, patriae.

Estates — In the North and West Ridings
of Yorkshire.

Seat — Copgrove, near Boroughbridge.


SALWEY, JOHN, esq. of Moor Park, in the county of Salop, b. 25fch June : 1798,5.
to the estates upon the demise of his father 4th February, 1825.

Staffordshire, was chosen among those " qui
pprtabant arma ab ancestria," to attend the
king as a man-at-arms and an esquire in
France. He m. Isabell, daughter and heir
of Sir William Tromwyn, knt. and had a
son and successor,

John Salwey, of Cannoc, who was
lord of Stanford, in the county of Worces-
ter, in the 3rd Henry IV. and died siesed
of the manors of Stanford and Richards-
Castle, in the county of Hereford, 8th
Henuy V. He m. Isold, daughter of John
Washborne, of Stanford, in the county of
Worcester, and heiress to her mother Joan,
daughter and heir of Sir John Musard, knt.
and was s. by bis son,

Hi'Mfrey Salwey, of Kai\ke and Stan-
ford, who was the king's eschoator for the
county of Worcester, 22nd H&NRY VI. and
knight mareschall of that prince's court, as
appears on his monument in Stanford church,
of which he was lord and patron. He es-
poused Joyce, daughter of Sir Robert Strel-
ley, knt. of Strelley, in the county of Not-
tingham, by Isabell, daughter of Thomas,
and sister of cardinal John Kemp, lord
archbishop of Canterbury, and had issue,

John (Sir), knt. who was in the imme-
diate service of the Duke of Cla-
rence, but being disinherited, did not
succeed to the family estates. He
m. Margery, daughter of Hugh Er-
deswicke, of Sandon, in the county
of Stafford, and left three daughters,
his heirs, viz.

1. Cicelley, to. to Thomas Co-

The Sewyns, now Salweys, are of Saxon
origin, and were settled at Cannoc (the pre-
sent Kanke), in the county of Stafford, at a
period antecedent to the Conquest — thence
they spread into Worcestershire, Salop, and
other shires, and have been resident at
Richard's Castle, in Shropshire, for several

Geoffery de Salewey held lands in
Norton-under-Cannoc, in the county of Staf-
ford, temp. Henry III. (1216).

William Salewey likewise had posses-
sions in the same place temp. Edward I.
His son and successor,

Richard Salewey, living in the reign of
Edward II. was s. by his son,

William Salwey of Cannoc, who to.— -
Mytton, of Weston-under-Lizard, in the
county of Stafford, and was s. by his son,

Adam Salwey, of Cannoc, whose son,

John Salwey, lord of Leycroft, in



ningshy, of Hampton Court, in

2. Margaret, ?n. to Richard Bid-
dulph, of Biddidph. in the county
of Stafford.

3. Joyce, m. first, to W. Ashbyc ;
and, secondly, to Raulie Wolse-
ley, of Wolseley Bridge.

Thomas, of whom hereafter.

Edmund, m. the daughter of — Burg-
hill, of the county of Hereford.

Isold, m. to Richard Acton, of Sutton,
in the county of Worcester.

The second son,

Thomas Salwey, of Kanke and Stan-
ford, was nominated heir to the family pos-
sessions by his father. He lired temp.
HENRY VJI. and m. J<>ne. daughter of j
Thomas Lygon, of Bladdersueld, in the
county of Worcester, and was s. by his
eldest son,

Thomas Salwey, who was in ward to
his eousin-german, Thomas Acton, a courtier ]
and servant of King HENRY YIII. He es- I
poused Margery, daughter and co-heir of j
William Porter, esq. of the county of Wor-
cester, and had issue,

Anthony, who was disinherited by his
father, and d. s. p.


Arthur Salwey, who was made heir
by a fine and recovery. He was of the
royal exchequer temp. Queen Elizabeth,
and marrying Mary, daughter and co-heir
of Thomas Searle, esq. of the city of Lon-
don, had issue,

1. Humphrey, his successor.

2. Henry, a military officer.

3. Thomas.

4. Arthur, in holy orders, rector of
Severn Stoke, in Worcestershire.
This gentleman preached before the
House of Commons on the 25th Oc-
tober, 1G43.

5. Mary, m. to Rowland Bradshaw,
esq. of Richards Castle.

6. Judith, m. to Thomas Wythe, esq.
of Droitwich.

7. Jane, m. to Sir Robert Parslow, knt.
of Sudbury.

8. Margaret, m. to Philip Cockerham,
esq. of Wigmore Abbey, in the county
of Hereford.

9. Anne, m. to Peter Dauncer, esq. of
MoretOD, in the county of Hereford.

10. Elizabeth, m. to — Mainwaring,
esq. of the county of Chester.

11. Alice, m. to Richard Skinner, esq.
of Corfton, in the county of Wor-

The eldest son,

Humphrey Salwey, esq. of Stanford,
justice of the peace for the county of Wor-
cester, was a member of the long parlia-
ment, previously to 1653. He m. Anne,
second daughter of Sir Edward Littleton,
knt. of Pillaton Hall, in the county of Staf-
ford, and had, with three daughters, five
sons, viz.

1. Edward, his successor at Stanford,
and M.P. for Droitwich in 1058,
jointly with the Right Hon. John
Wylde, lord chief baron of the ex-
chequer. He espoused Dorothy, third
daughter of Sir Erasmus Dryden,
bart. of Canon's Ashby, in the county
of Northampton, and left issue,

Edward, of Stanford, (of the Inner
Temple), barrister -at -law, at
whose decease unmarried, the
estates passed to his sisters, as

Mary, m. to Colonel Rogers, of
Llan Vach, in the county of
Monmouth, governor of Here-

Honora, m. to — Hanbury, esq.
of the county of Glamorgan.

Elizabeth, m. to Sir Francis Win-
nington, knt. solicitor-general to
King Charles II. who became
sole possessor of Stanford, having
obtained the right of the other
two sisters therein.

2. Humphrey, who had one son. Pos-
thumous, a sea captain, who d. s. p.

3. Arthur, in holy orders, Rector of
Severne Stoke, who m. the daughter
of — Giles, esq. of Lindridge, and
had issue,

Arthur, in holy orders, Reelor of
Stanford, d. unmarried.

John, in holy orders, Rector of
Richard's Castle, who espoused
his cousinHannah, second daugh-
ter of Richard Salwey, esq. of
Richard's Castle.

Anne, d. unmarried.

Elizabeth, m. to — Harris, of the
city of Worcester.

4. Richakd, of whom presently.



5. John, killed in the civil wars, un-

The fourth sou,

Richard Salwey, esq. of Richard's Cas-
tle, in the county of Hereford, a major in the
parliamentary army, was successively M. P.
for the counties of Worcester (1653), and
for Westmoreland (1659). In 1654 he was
constituted ambassador under the protec-
torate to Constantinople, a commissioner to
Ireland, ranger of Wychwood Forest, and
Mayor of Worcester. He espoused Anne,
daughter of Richard Waring, esq. Alderman
of London, and had issue,

1. John, his successor.

2. Richard, of London, merchant, who
m. Sarah, daughter of Samuel Ber-
wick, esq. of Barbadoes, and had
with several other children, who all
d. unmarried, an only surviving
daughter and heiress, Jam., who es-
poused her cousin, Richard Salwey,
esq. of the Moor Park.

3. Thomas, a Turkey merchant, at
Smyrna, who to. Mary, daughter of
John Freeman, esq. of London, and
by her (who espoused after his deatli
John, Lord De la Warre) he had an
only son, Thomas, who d. unmarried
at about the age of twenty.

4. Edward, of Stratford, in the county
of Essex, a Turkey merchant, who
m. Hannah, second daughter and co-
heir of Theophilus Revell, esq. of
London, and left issue, at his demise
in 1731,

Theophilus, of Salwey House,
Woodford, in the county of Es-
sex, a director of the Bank of
England, who m. Mrs. Mary
Cartwright, daughter and sole
heiress of Robert Dennet, esq.
of Walthamstow, but d. s. p. in

Richard, of Woodford, in the county
of Essex, a director of the South
Sea Company, who d. s. p. in

Hannah, to. to Richard Knollys,
esq. of Fleet Street, London.

5. Henry, d. unmarried.

6. Katherine, m. 1668, to William
Cockerham, esq. of Wigmore Abbey,
in the county of Hereford.

7. Hannah, m. to her cousin, the Rev.
John Salwey.

Major Salwey was s. by his eldest sun,

John Salwey, esq. of Richard's Castle,
who m. Jane, daughter and heiress of Wil-
liam Griffith, esq. of Ludlow, and relict
of Somerset Hall, esq. of Brimfield, in the
county of Hereford, by whom he had, with
three daughters, who d. unmarried, four
sons, viz.

1 . Richard, his successor, of the Moor
Park, and Hay Park, in the counties
of Salop and Hereford, who to. first,
Elizabeth, younger daughter of Wal-
ter White, esq. of Grittleton, in the
county of Wilts, and co-heir to her
brother Walter, and had two sons,
John and Richard, who both d. un-
married. He espoused secondly, his
cousin Jane, daughter and heiress
of Richard Salwey, esq. of London,
by whom he had an only daughter,
and last heir of the line, Jane m. to
Benjamin Booth, esq. of the Adelphi,

2. John, of whom presently.

3. Henry, Lord of the Manor of Elton
in the county of Hereford, w. Jane,
daughter and co-heir of Dr. Angus-
tine Caesar, but d. s. p.

4. William, d. unmarried.

The second son,

The Rev. John Salwey, M. A. Rector of
Richard's Castle, m. in 1708, Alice, fourth
daughter and co-heir of Dr. Augustine Ca?sar,
and had issue,

1. John, who d. an infant in 1710.

2. Thomas, successor to his father.

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