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b. 24th June, 1798 ; m. 1 Itli October,
1832, Louisa, only child of the Rev.
John Bastard, of West Lodge, in
Frederick, a captain in the army, b.

17th November, 1799.
Charlotte, m. in 1812, to Lord Charles
Vere Compton -Townshend, M.P.
brother of the present Marquess of
Ann-Harriet-Margaret, d. in 1825.
General Loftus d. 15th July, 1831, when the
representation of the Loftus family devolved
upon his eldest son, Col. William Francis
Loftus, of Kilbride.

Arms — Sa. a chev. engr. erm. between
three trefoils, slipped arg.

Crest — A boar's head, couped and erect,
arg. langued gu.

Mottoes — Prend moi tel que je suis.
Around the crest : Loyal a mort.

Estates — Kilbride, in the county of Wick-
low, and elsewhere.

Seat — The Mount, near Oswestry, in the
county of Salop.


LOFTUS, GEORGE-COLBY, esq. of Woolland House, in the county of Dorset,
b. loth February, 1791, m. in J 821, Catherine, daughter and sole heiress of John
Feaver, esq. of Woolland House. This gentleman, late a captain in the 3rd guards,
served under the Duke of Wellington in Spain and Portugal.


For an account of this gentleman's family
and armorial ensigns, refer to lineage of his
eldest brother, Col. Loftus, of Kilbride.

Estates — in Dorsetshire.

Seat — Woolland House, near Blandford.


SENHOUSE, HUMPHREY, esq. of Alneburgh or Ellenborough, otherwise Nether

Hall, in the county of Cumberland, b. 27th November,
1773, m. 29th September, 1803, Elizabeth-Frances,
daughter and co-heiress of Robert Charles Greaves, esq.
(who has since assumed the surname of Ley), of Ingleby-
Hill, in Derbyshire, and has issue,

Humphrey, b. 16th April, 1809.




Mr. Senbouse succeeded his father in 1814, and served
the office of sheriff for the county of Cumberland, in




The family De Sewynhouse, De Seven-
house, or De Senhouse, derives its sur-
name from Hall Sevenhouse, or Senhouse,
a district of Cumberland. The first of its
members upon record,

Walter de Sewynhouse, had a grant of
the fifth part of the township of Bolton, in
the parish of Gosforth, from Alan de Coup-
land, and likewise a grant of other lands in
the same parish from William de Way-
berthwaite. These grants are both without
date, but both are witnessed by Sir Adam
de Lamplugh, knt. who lived in the times
of Kinys Richard I. and John. Walter
was s. by his son,

Walter de Sevenhouse, who was wit-
ness to a deed, also without date, with Sir
Richard le Fleming, knt. who died about
the close of Henry III.'s reign. This Wal-
ter was s. by his son,

Nicholas de Sevenhouse, who was s. by
his son and heir, another

Nicholas de Sevenhouse, who held the
hamlet of Newton, or Seascale, in the parish
of Gosforth, of Thomas de Multon, of Egre-
mont, as appears by the office of escheat
after the death of the said Thomas, bearing
date 15th Edward II. Nicholas de Seven-
house became possessed of the hamlet of
Newton in right of his wife, a daughter and
heiress of De Ponsonby, whose arms quar-
tered with those of De Sevenhouse, en-
graven on stone, are at present to be seen
on the manor hall of Seascale. He was s.
by his son,

Nicholas de Sewynhouse or de Sen-
house, who had a grant of certain lands in
Bolton from James de Wayberthwaite, bear-
ing date 6th Richard II. and grants of cer-
tain other lands within the lordship of Bol-
ton Fell from William de Wayberthwaite,
formerly rector of Wayberthwaite, all dated
in the 14th of the same reign. He married,
as it would seem, a daughter and co-heiress
of Alan de Coupland, of Coupland and Sea-
ton, in the county of Cumberland, and was
*. by his son,

William de Sevenhouse, who m. a daugh-
ter and co-heir of Lucy. Amongst the ar-
chives of the family of Senhouse is still
preserved a deed of conveyance from Alice
de Lucy, daughter and co-heir of Richard
de Lucy, of Egremont, by Ada de Morville,
his wife, to her second son, Sir John de
Lucy, high sheriff of the county of Cumber-
land for two years, 31st Edward I. and
knight of the shire for the same county 34th
of the same reign, from whom, by his wife
Christian, descended the wife of this Wil-

liam Sevenhouse, which William was s. at
his decease by his son,

Thomas de Senhouse, whose name ap-
pears in the return of gentlemen of the
county of Cumberland, made in the 12th
Henry VI. It is related that in a warm
altercation with a monk of Calder Abbey,
relative to his claim of a right to fish in the
river Calder, this Thomas de Sevenhouse
was so highly exasperated that he hurled
the monk over the battlements of the bridge.
For this summary act of extra-judicial pro-
cess he was obliged to compound by a
heavy fine imposed upon his estates. He
m. a daughter of Sir Richard Hudleston, of
Milium Castle, in Cumberland, knight ban-
neret, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Senhouse, who was a party with
Richard Hudleston, esq. of Milium Castle,
in an award made by his brother, Sir Simon
Senhouse,* prior of Carlisle, 16th Henry
VII. He was also, in the next year, a
party with William Stanley, esq. of Dale-
garth, in Cumberland, in another award
made by William Siveger, Lord Bishop of
Carlisle, 17th Henry VII. He m. Eleanor,
daughter of John Lamplugh, esq. of Lamp-
lugh, and had John, his successor, An-
thony, and Margaret, wife of John Stanley,
esq. of Dalegarth. This Thomas, as did his
father, enjoyed the family estates for half a
century. He was s. by his son,

John Senhouse, who m. in 1528, Eliza-
beth, elder sister and co-heir of Richard
Eglesfield,t son of Gawen Eglesfield, of
Alneburgh Hall, high sheriff of the county
of Cumberland in the 9th Henry VIII.
(which Gawen was the descendant in a right
line from John de Eglesfield, the elder bro-
ther of Robert de Eglesfield, the founder
of Queen's College, Oxford.) This John
Senhouse received an ample pardon, by

* Sir Simon Senhouse, prior of Carlisle, second
son of Thomas de Sevenhouse, by the daughter of
Hudleston. This reverend and learned person
caused the principal apartment in the tower of the
priory to be curiously painted with the paternal
crest, motto, and badge, as well as the motto of
his mother's (the Hudleston) family, together
with numerous emblematic devices, and pious
ejaculations in prose and verse. He had likewise
the legends of Saint Anthony, Saint Augustine,
and Saint Cuthbert, painted in the aisles of the
cathedral at Carlisle. He lies buried under a
marble tomb in the north side of the cathedral

t With her sister Anne, who m. John Bard-
sey, ot Bardsey, in Lancashire, and d. s. p.



letters patent, for all such crimes of a trea-
sonable nature as he had previously com-
mitted, and he was appointed, also by let-
ters patent, dated 7th Elizabeth, escheator
of the counties of Cumberland and West-
moreland. He d. in 1568, leaving four sons,

I. Thomas, who inherited all the patri-
monial estates of the family, and ac-
quired himself, in the 6th of Eliza-
beth, the advowson and right of
patronage of the rectory and parish
church of Gosforth. He m. Dorothy,
daughter of John Vaux, esq. of Cat-
terlen, in Cumberland, and was *. by
his son,
John Senhouse, esq. of Seascale
Hall, who m. Mary, daughter of
William Fleming, esq. of Rydal,
in Westmoreland, and d. in 1636,
leaving issue,

1. John, of Seascale, who m.
Anne, daughter and co-heir
of John Bimpson, esq. of
Shevington, in Lancashire,
by his wife, the sister
and co-heir of Sir Edward
Wrightington, knight, of
Wrightington, in the same
county. This John's name,
under the denomination of
"John Senhouse, esq. of Ec-
cleston/' was inserted, 28th
October, 1652, in the addi-
tional bill for the sale of
lands and estates forfeited
to the commonwealth. His
eldest son, John, d. in the
lifetime of his father with-
out issue. His second son,

Wrightington Senhouse
of Seascale Hall, who
was to have been one of
the Knights of the Royal
Oak, in 1660, was fa-
ther of
John Senhouse, of
Seascale Hall, high
sheriff of Cumber-
land, 3rd of Anne,
who m. Elizabeth,
dau. of John Bel-
lingham, esq. of Le-
vens, in Westmor-
land. This John
sold all the patri-
monial estates, and
his descendants be-
came extinct in
the male line about
the middle of the
last century.

2. Joseph, founder of the Hall
Bolton family, which be-
came extinct in the male

line about a hundred years

II. Peter, of Ellenborough Hall, who
was admitted to the freedom of the
city of London in 1562. To this Peter,
his aunt, Anne Bardsey, granted one
half of her moiety of the manor of
Alneburgh, otherwise Nether Hall.
He d. unmarried, and bequeathed his
estates to his brother John.

III. John, of whom presently.

iv. Richard, incumbent of Claughton,
in Lancashire.
The third son,

John Senhouse, succeeded his elder bro-
ther Peter, in his half moiety of the manor
of Ellenborough, and inherited from his
mother her moiety of the same. He had
saved that lady's life, at the imminent risk
of his own, from the certainty of being
drowned in the river Derwent. He inhe-
rited, likewise, his aunt Bardsey's half
moiety, and thus became eventually sole
proprietor of Alneburgh, or Ellenborough,
otherwise Netherhall. This John is the
person whom Camden mentions in his Bri-
tannia, as having collected with great indus-
try, numerous Roman stones, altars, lavers,
statues, with inscriptions, which he had
placed with much taste in his houses and
buildings ; and as having entertained, in 1 599,
the celebrated antiquary himself, and Sir
Robert Cotton, of Conington, with great
civility. He was steward of all the lord-
ships, manors, lands, &c. which formerly
belonged to the monastery of Holme-Cutt-
ram, in the county of Cumberland. He m.
Anne, daughter of John Ponsonby, esq. of
Hail Hall, and had, with other issue,

1. Peter, his successor.

2. Simon, who was murdered near Do-
venby, by Skelton, of Armathwaithe.
Skelton and himself are said to have
paid their addresses to the same lady,
who gave the preference to Simon,
and thereby so enraged Skelton, as to
excite him to so base an act of un-
merited vengeance.

3. Richard, in holy orders, D.D. fel-
low of St. John's, Cambridge, after-
wards dean of Gloucester, and conse-
crated in 1624, bishop of Carlisle.
Of this prelate it is related, that
" When he was a scholar at Cam-
bridge, coming into the country to
see his friends, his horse happened to
cast a shoe, and having no money to
to pay the smith withal, — '■Well,
well,' says the smith, ' go your ways,
and when you come to be bishop of
Carlisle, you 11 pay me ;' which he
did in abundance of gratuity ; and
was a religious and honest pastor."
Dr. Senhouse preached the corona-
tion sermon before King Charles I.



and took for his text, " I will give
thee a crown of life," which was
afterwards esteemed as a prophecy.
He was an excellent preacher, elo-
quent and graceful in delivery ; and
four much admired sermons were
published after his decease.
Eleanor, m. to Henry Fletcher, esq. of

Moresby Hall.
Jane, m. — Blennerhassett, esq. of

Elizabeth, m. to William Briscoe, esq.
of Crofton.
Mr. Senhouse* d. in 1604, and was s. by his
eldest son,

Peter Senhouse, esq. of Alneburgh, or
Ellenborough Hall, otherwise Netherhall,
who was appointed by letters patent, in the
second of James I. to succeed his father as
steward of the lordships, &c. formerly be-
longing to the monastery of Cuttram. He
was constituted likewise by letters patent
(20 James I.) escheator of the counties of
Cumberland and Westmoreland, and he
served the office of sheriff for the former
shire in the 3rd of Charles I. He espoused
Frances, daughter of Lancelot Skelton,
esq. of Armafhwaite Castle, in Cumberland,
and had, with other children,
John, his successor.
Thomas, of Long Newton, in Cumber-
land, who m. — daughter of Whelp-
dale, and was grandfather of
John Senhouse, esq. a lieutenant
in Tangier, who built Tangier
House, and Tangier and Sen-
house-street, and was possessed
of large property at Whitehaven.
He d. unmarried.

* Mr. Senhouse had also another son, Leonard,
who resided at Isel in 1591, but subsequently re-
moved to Wigton. He d. in 1638, leaving, with
a daughter, Janet, a son and heir.

John Senhouse, esq. grandfather of
Joseph Senhouse, esq. who wedded the
daughter and heiress of John Tiffii. esq.
of Calder Abbey, and was s. by his -ldest
John Senhouse, esq. of Calder Abbey, high
sheriff of Cumberland, 31st George II.
who was s. by his son,
Joseph-Tiffin Senhouse, esq. of Calder Ab-
bey, an officer in the guards, who wedded
first, Elizabeth, daughter and co-heiress of
Robert Waters, esq. of Linethwaite, but
had no issue. He espoused, secondly,
Sarah, daughter of John Sunderland, esq.
of Cartmel, in Lancashire, and died in
1805, leaving four daughters, viz.

1. Mary, present possessor of Calder
Abbey, who m. in 1823, Thomas Ir-
win, esq. a captain of dragoons.

2. Eleanor, m. in 1824, to Samuel Irton,
esq. of Irton.

3. Sarah. 4. Elizabeth.

He* d. in 1654, and was s. by his eldest

John Senhouse, esq. of Alneburgh Hall,
who m. Elizabeth, third daughter of Hum-
phrey Wharton, esq. of Gillingwood, in the
county of York, and had, with other issue,

1. Humphrey, who d. before his father
s. p.

2. John, successor to his father.

3. Richard.

4. Patricius, who m. in 1655, Eliza-
beth,* daughter and heiress of Tho-
mas Bromfield, esq. of Hames Hall,
Cumberland, and relict of Henry
Dalton, esq. of Bregham. This gen-
tleman's great grandson,

Humphrey Senhouse, esq. of
Bridgfoot, in the county of Cum-
berland, major of the Cumber-
land militia, and a magistrate of
the county, m. Isabella, daughter
of William Ponsonby, esq. of
Whitehaven, (by Catherine,
daughter and co-heir of John
Senhouse, esq. of the same
place), and left issue at his de-
cease, in 1829,

Humphrey, a captain in the
Cumberland militia, m. and
has issue.

William, of Lincoln's Inn,

* This Peter Senhouse seems to have married a
second wife, a Mrs. Eglesfield, and had another

Anthony Senhouse, esq. of Thornhaugh, in
the county of Northampton, who m. Mary,
daughter of John Banks, esq. and was s. at
his decease, by his eldest son,
The Reverend

Peter Senhouse, vicar of Kempley, in Glou-
cestershire, and of Linton-cum-Lea, in the
county of Hereford, a prebendary of Bre-
con. This learned prelate published in
1727, a sermon on " the right use and im-
provement of sensitive pleasures, and more
particularly of music,'' preached in the ca-
thedral of Gloucester, at the anniversary
meeting of the choirs. He was s. by his
Peter Senhouse, esq. of Baruesley, in Glou-
cestershire, living in 1738, who d. unmar-
ried, and was s. by his sister,
Elizabeth Senhouse, who wedded — Calde-
cott, esq. and their descendant, Thomas
Caldecott, esq. of Dartford, in Kent,
bencher of the Middle-temple, is the
present representative of this branch of
the Senhouses.
t This lady was one of ten sisters, nine of whom
died of the plague, caught from a man who merely
called in at the house to light his pipe. She her-
self, being in London, escaped ; but coming down,
on hearing of their misfortune, was allowed by the
magistrates to converse with her mother across
the river Derwent only.



barrister-at-law, who d. in

Catherine, m. to Ralph Cook,

esq. of Cnmerton Hall.
5. Margaret, mi. to Henry Eglesfield,
esq. of Cross Canonby, and d. in 1691.
G. Elizabeth, m. to William Nicholson,
Mr. Senhouse d. in 1667, and was s. by bis
eldest surviving son,

John Sen house, esq. of Netherhall, a cap-
tain in h'itii/ CHARLES the First's army. This
gentleman espoused lirst, Elizabeth, daugh-
ter of Jerom Tolhurst, esq. lieutenant go-
vernor and M.P. of Carlisle, but had no
issue. He m. secondly, Mary, daughter
of Andrew Huddleston,esq. of Hutton-John,
in Cumberland, and niece of Father Hud-
dleston, chaplain and confessor to Charles
II., and bad

1. John, his heir.

2. Andrew, killed at sea, fighting
against the French.

3. Dudley, drowned in the rive/ Lune.

4. Peter, mi. Catherine, daughter of
Skelton, of Branthwaite, and had

John, who had a son Peter, who
d. unmarried, and a daughter
Catherine, m. to William Pon-
sonby, esq. of Whitehaven, and
had an only surviving daughter
and heiress Isabella, who m.
Major Senhouse, as stated above.

Richard, M.l). left a son, Peter,
who d. unmarried, in 1750.

5. Humphrey, of whom presently as
purchaser of the manor and estate of
Nether, and continuator of the


6. Dorothy, m. to her cousin Petricius
Senhouse, esq. of Hames Hill.

7. Mary. m. to Richard Richmond, esq.
of Crosby.

Captain Senhouse adopted a military life
when ycung against the wishes of his pa-
rents, and had a narrow escape of his life,
having been saved by the timely interposi-
tion of the son of a tenant who had followed
him to the wars, and who afterwards held
a tenement at Ellenborough rent free for
life. Captain Senhouse d. in 1667, and
was .v. by his eldest son,

John Senhouse, esq. of Netherhall, who
vi. Jane, daughter of Richard Lamplugh,
esq. of Dovehby Hall, in Cumberland, by
whom (who married secondly, Charles Or-
feur, esq. of Plumbland,) he had surviving
is.-ue at his decense in 1694,

1. Mary, m. first, to Francis Skelton,
of Branthwaite, and secondly to Ri-
chard Butler, esq. of Roclifle, in

2. Jane, m. to John Stephenson, esq.
of Baladool, in the Isle of Man.

3. Francis, d. unmarried.

4. Urate, m. to Richard, Viscount Shan-
non, and had an only daughter and

Grace, who m. Charles, Farl of
Middlesex, eldest son of Lionel,
first Duke of Dorset, but d. s. ;».

5. Isabel, m. to John Fletcher, esq. of
Clea Hall, in Cumberland, now re-
presented by his great grandson,

Sir Henry Fletcher, baronet.

6. Elizabeth, d. unmarried.

These ladies, who inherited as co-heirs to
their father, disposed of the demesne of
Netherhall and manor of Alneburgh, or
Ellenborough, to their uncle,

Humphrey Senhouse, who thus became
of Netherhall, or Ellenborough. He was
enabled to effect this purchase by the grate-
ful munificence of his mother's sister Brid-
get, daughter of Andrew Huddleston, esq. of
Hutton-John, and of her husband, Joseph
Huddleston, esq. of Milium Castle, both
of whom adopted him, being themselves
without issue, in consequence of some need-
ful kindnesses received from Senhouse's
father and mother, during the first years of
their marriage ; an alliance which had taken
place contrary to the wishes of their im-
mediate families, while Joseph Huddleston
was a younger brother and before he in-
herited the patrimonial estate of Milium
Castle. He espoused Eleanor, daughter
of William Kirby, esq. of Aslack, in the
county of Lancaster, and had issue,

Joseph-Richard, who d. unmarried, in

Humphrey his successor.
William-John, who d. unm. in 1727.
Bridget, m. to John Christian, esq. of
Cnerigg Hall, and had with other
issue, a daughter,

Mary who wedded Edmund Law,
Bishop of Carlisle, and had, inter
alios, a son,

Edward (Sir), who upon being
elevated to the peerage in
1802, assumed, by permis-
sion of the late Humphrey
Senhouse, esq. M.P., the
title of Ellenborough, from
the ancient patrimony of his
grandmother's family.
Johanna, m. to Gustavus Thomson, esq.
of Arcleby.
Mr. Senhouse, who served the office of she-
riff of the county of Cumberland, in the 1st
of George I., died in 1738, and was s. by
his son,

Humphey Senhouse, of Netherhall, who
m. Mary, daughter and ultimately co-
heiress of the Right Rev. Sir George Flem-
ing, bart. of Rydal, Lord Bishop of Car-
lisle, and had issue,

i. Humphrey, bis successor.

n. William, b. in 1741, a lieut. R. N.,



and subsequently Surveyor General
of Barbadoes, and the Leeward Is-
lands. He m. Elizabeth, daughter
of Samson Wood, esq. of Barba-
does, speaker of the house of as-
sembly, and dying in 1800, left
amongst other issue,

1. William-Wood, a commander
in the R. N., to whom the in-
habitants of Bridgetown, Bar-
badoes, and the Islands of St.
Kitts, each presented a sword of
one hundred guineas value, in
testimony of the estimation in
which they held his gallant pro-
fessional achievements. He d.
v. p. in 1800.

2. Samson, who purchased the
manor of Newton and Seascale,
with the advowson and rectory
of Gosforth, which he afterwards
sold to his mother, the present
possessor of those estates. He
m. in 1801, Mary, daughter and
co-heiress of Nicholas Le Me-
surier, esq. of the Island of
Gurnsey, but has no issue.

3. Humphrey - Fleming, a post-
captain in the Royal Navy, at
present flag-captain of his Ma-
jesty's Fleet, in the Mediterra-
nean ; a knight commander of
the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic
Order. He espoused in 1810,
Elizabeth, daughter and even-
tually co-heiress of Vice-admiral
John Manley, of Plymouth, and
has two daughters, Elizabeth
Manley, and Mary Le Fleming.

4. George-Septimus, lieut. R. N.
This gentleman was presented
with a subscription sword, by
the crew of the Unite Man-of-
War, upon being paid off. In
this vessel he was then serv-
ing as a very young midshipman,
and the crew, prior to present-
ing the sword, carried him three
times round the deck in their
arms, giving him three cheers.
The sword was inscribed with
the words, " The good will of
the Unite Crew." Mr. Sen-
house had overheard some mu-
tinous expressions on their part,
and had so remonstrated with
them as to pacify their turbulent
feelings, and to produce an ebul-
lition alike honorable to them-
selves and him. He d. unmarried
in 1808.

5. Edward - Hooper, lieut. R.N.,
m. in 1815, Elizabeth-Bishop,
daughter of John Spooner, esq.
of Barbadoes, and has a son,
William, b. in 1816.

6. James-Lowther, in holy orders,
perpetual curate of Sawley, &c.
in Derbyshire, and rector of
Gosforth, who m. in 1824 Miss
Elizabeth Brooks.

7. Mary-Ward, m. to John Bar-
row, esq. of Barbadoes.

8. Elizabeth, m. to Francis-Ford
Pinder, esq. of Barbadoes.

9. Johanna. 10. Sarah.

in. Joseph (Sir), b. in 1743, in the E.I.
Company naval service, knighted in
1783, m. Mary, daughter and co-
heiress of John Ashley, esq. of Ash-
ley Saint Legers, in the county of
Northampton, and dying in 1829, left
surviving issue,

1. Joseph- Ashley, an officer in
the East India Company service.

2. Michael le-Fleming, in the half
pay office, Westminster.

3. Humphrey-Dykes-Ballantyne.

4. William, an officer in the army.

5. Maria, m. to Joseph Gaitskell,
M.D. of Bath.

6. Catherine. 7. Sarah.

iv. Mary, m. to Robert Gale, esq. of
Mr. Senhouse was high sheriff of the county
of Cumberland, in the 16th George II.
He founded the present flourishing town of
Maryport, situated at the foot of the river
Eden, which he so denominated after his
lady. He d. in 1770, and was s. by his
eldest son,

Humphrey Senhouse, esq. of Nether-
hall. This gentleman, who was lieutenant-
colonel of the Cumberland Militia, repre-
sented Cockermouth in parliament in 1786,
and the county of Cumberland in 1790. He
m. in 1768, Catherine, daughter of Thomas
Wood, esq. of Beadnell, in Northumber-
land, and died in 1814, leaving an only sur-
viving child,

Humphrey Senhouse, esq. the present
Mr. Senhouse inherited the antiquarian skill
and hospitality of his ancestor, John Sen-
house, the friend of Camden.

Arms — Or, a popinjay ppr. (otherwise, per
pale, arg. and gu. on the first a parrot vert.)

Crest — A popinjay, as in the arms, with a
label in its beak, inscribed, " Deo Gratias."

Motto— Vse Victis.

Badge of the family — A crimson rose.


Ponsonby — Gu. a chevron between
three combs, arg.

Lucy — Gu. three luces hauriant, ar.

Copeland — Or, two bars, and a canton
gules, over all a bend sa.

Eglesfield — Ar. three eagles dis-

Fleming — Gules, a fret ar.
Seat — Netherhall, near Maryport, Cum-



LISTER, THOMAS-HENRY, esq. of Armitage Park, in the county of Stafford,
s. to the estates upon the demise of his father, 24th February, 1828, m. 6th Nov.
1830, Maria Theresa, daughter of the late Hon. George Villiers, brother to the Earl

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