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Gascoigne, and Mowbray.

Estates — Lofthouse in Yorkshire, and
Upton, in the county of Lincoln.

Seat — Lofthouse Hall, near Wakefield.



hays, in Cornwall, and colonel of the militia
of that county, b. in 1780, m. first in 1801,

Charlotte, daughter and co-heir of

Hosier, esq.* and has had issue,

John-Charles, m. to Charlotte, daughter
of Trelawney Brereton, esq. by n horn he
has (with one daughter) a son and heir,

Henry, m. to Georgiana, daughter of Co-
lonel and the Hon. Mrs. Lee, and niece
of the late celebrated Lord Byron, and
has issue.

George, lieutenant R.N. m. to Gertrude,
daughter of F. Daniell, esq. of Trelissic,
in Cornwall, and d. 10th September, 1832.


He espoused, secondly, in 1830, Susannah, second daughter of Sir Francis Burdett,
bt. and has one daughter.

This gentleman, whose paternal surname is Bettesworth, assumed in addition that
of Trevanion, with the armorial ensigns of that family. He s. to the estates upon
the decease of his father, and served the office of sheriff of Cornwall in 18U4.


This family is of remote antiquity, and
can deduce authentically its pedigree from
the time of Edward II.

Sir John Trevanion, knt. LordofTre-
\ anion, was member of parliament for Lost-
withiel, in the reign of Edward III. He

• Mr. Hosier, with the whole of his family ex-
cept two daughters, namely, Marianne, the wife
of Lieutenant General Sharpe, of Stodding Cas-
tle, N.B. and the abovementioned, Charlotte,
v ,is lust in the Gr svenor, East India-man.

m. Johanna, daughter and heiress of
Stephen de Beaupre, or Belloprato, and w as
s. by his son,

Robert Trevanion, of Trevanion, who
espoused the daughter and heiress of Arch-
dekne, and was s. by his son,

Robert TREVANION, of Trevanion, who
m. Johanna, daughter of Otho Arundel, ot
Tretnblith, and was father of

Robert Trevanion, of Trevanion, who
by his wife, the daughter and heiress of
Carminowe, left a son and successor,



Robert Trevanion, of Trevanion. This
feudal lord to. Johanna, daughter and heiress
of Rodolph Arundell, of Caerhays, and
obtained thereby that estate, which has con-
tinued since the chief residence of the family.
The son and heir of this marriage,

Thomas Trevanion, took up his abode at
Caerhayes, his maternal inheritance. He
wedded Matilda, daughter and co-heiress of
John Petit, of Ardevora, and was s. by his son,
John Trevanion, of Caerhayes, living
in the 22nd of Edward IV. He to. Jennet,
daughter of Thomas Trefry, of Fowey, and
was succeeded by his son,

Sir William Trevanion, of Caerhayes,
who received the honor of knighthood, and
was Sheriff of Cornwall in 1502, which
office he served again in 1508. He es-
poused Anne, daughter of Sir Richard Edge-
combe, knt. of Cothele, in Cornwall, by
whom he had two sons and a daughter, viz.
Hugh (Sir), his heir.
John, who was seated at Trevalster,
and to. a daughter of — Holland,
by whom he was father of

John, of Trevalster, who by Maria,
his wife, daughter of John So-
master, of the county of Devon,
left three daughters his co-heirs,

Maria, to. to Richard Tre-
fusis, esq. ancestor to Lord
Johanna, to. to William Bligh,

Alicia, to. to Nicholas Bos-
cawen, esq.
Jane, to. to Reginald Mohun, esq. of
Sir William was s. by his eldest son,

Sir Hugh Trevanion, of Caerhays. This
gallant person was the particular favourite
of his grandfather Sir Richard Edgecomb,
with whom he encountered many dangers,
in the time of Richard III. He fought
under the banner of the Earl of Richmond
at Bosworth, and received the high mar-
tial honour of Knight Banneret, for his
brave deportment in that memorable field.
The sword with which he was confirmed is
still to be seen in the church of St. Mi-
chael's, Caerhays. He is stated to have
been the abettor of Edgecomb, in the pur-
suit of their fallen opponent, Sir Henry de
Bodrigan, and to have shared in the divi-
sion of the lands of that unfortunate gen-
tleman. Sir Hugh to. Elizabeth, daughter
of Sir Lewis Pollard, and had three sons,

Hugh, his heir.
John, who d. s. p.

Richard, to. to Margaret, daughter and
co-heiress of Thomas Chamond, of
Tregarthian, and relict of Arundell,
of Talvarne, by whom he had issue,

1. Hugh, of Trelegan, who to.
Amiam, daughter and heir of
Thomas Mayow, of Lostwithiel,
and was s. by his son,

Hugh, of Trelegan, living in
1620, who was s. by his son,
Hugh, of Trelegan, who
died one of the poor
Knights of Windsor,
without issue, and with
him the branch of Tre-
legan ceased.

2. Richard, of Tregarthian, to.
Maria, daughter of Henry Rolle,
of Heanton, in Devonshire, and
was s. by his son,

Nathaniel, whose represen-
Richard, was living at Tre-
garthian in the beginning
of the last century. He to.
Miss Bond, of Earth, and
had an only daughter,

, who espoused Peter

Major, esq. of Fowey,
whose heiress married
John Goodhall, and
her representative is the
present John Tillev
Coryton, esq. of Pen-
tillie Castle.

3. William, who inherited from
his mother the manor of Tre-
gadder, and his only daughter
and heiress marrying John Ger-
veys, was ancestor of the Rev.
Richard Gerveys Grylls, of Hel-

Sir Hugh Trevanion was s. by his eldest

Sir Hugh Trevanion, knt. of Caerhays,
who to. Sybilla, daughter of Sir Thomas
Morgan, and sister to the wife of Henry
Carey, first Lord Hunsdon, and had, (with
three elder sons, who died unmarried)
Charles, his successor.
Anne, to. to John Killiowe, of Lan-

Beatrice, m. to John Trelawny,
Elizabeth, to. to Robert Carey, Earl of
Monmouth, fourth son of Henry first
Lord Hunsdon. In the memoirs of
this nobleman, written by himself,
and published by John, Earl of Cork
and Orrery, he says, " I married a
gentlewoman, Elizabeth, daughter of
Sir Hugh Trevanion, more for her
worth than her wealth; for her es-
tate was but 5001. a year jointure.
She had between five and six hun-
dred pounds in her purse. Neither
did she marry me for any great
wealth, for I had in all the world
but 100Z. a year out of the Exche-
quer as a pension, and that was but




during pleasure, and I was near a
thousand pounds in debt ; besides the
Queen (Elizabeth, his first cousin)
was mightily displeased with me for
marrying, and most of my best
friends, only my father was no
ways offended at it, which gave
me great content." For a further
account of this nobleman, see Burke's
Extinct and Dormant Peerage.
Sir Hugh was s. by his only surviving son,
Charles Tkevanion, esq. of Caerhays,
vice admiral of Cornwall. This gentleman
espoused Johanna, daughter and heiress of
— Witchabse, esq. of the county of Devon,
by whom he was father of a daughter, Ca-
therine, who died unmarried, and a son, his

Sir Charles Tkevanion, knt. of Caer-
havs, M.P. and high sheriff", of the county
of" Cornwall temp. Charles I., who m.
Amia, eldest daughter of Sir John Mallet,
of Enmore, and had a son,

John, b. in 1613, who espoused Mary,
youngest daughter of John Arundel,
of Trerice* one of the faithful ad-
herents of King Charles I. and sis-
ter of Richard, first Lord Arundel,
ofTreriee, by whom (who m. second-
ly, Sir John Arundel, of Lanharne)he
lift at his decease, being slain before
Bristol, a son,
Charles, successor to bis grand-
Sir Charles was s. at his decease by his

Charles Trevanion, esq. of Caerhayes.
This gentleman m. one of the daughters and
co-heirs of Sir Adam Drummond, knt. and
was s. by his elder son,

John Trevanion, esq. of Caerhayes,
living in 1738, m. first, Anne, daughter and
co-heiress of Sir Francis Blake, of North-
umberland, but had no issue. He espoused
secondly, in 1726, Barbara, daughter of
William, fourth Lord Berkeley, of Stratton,
by whom he had,

William, his successor.

Frances, co-heir to her brother, m. to

« John Arundel, of Trerice, M.P. for the
county of Cornwall, temp. Elizabeth and King
J amfs I. and for Tregony, in the reign of Charles
I . At the breaking out" of the civil wars, this emi-
nent person, -with his four sons, espoused the
cause of royalty, and took up arms for the king.
Of these sons, two, John and William, lost their
liv.'s in the service of their unfortunate master,
while their gallant father hurled defiance to the
rebels, from the battlements of Pendennis, and
maintained his position to the very end of those
unhappy conflicts, although besieged both by sea
and land, being, as Lord Clarendon relates, then
nearly four score years of age, and on one of the
best estates and interests in the county of Corn-
wall, — "Burke's Eitinct and Dormant Peerage."

John Bettesworth, esq. LL.D. of an
ancient Sussex family, and had issue,
John Bettesworth, who eventu-
ally inherited Caerhayes.
Sophia, co-heir to her brother, m. to
Admiral the Hon. John Byron, se-
cond son of the fourth Lord Byron,
and had, with several daughters, two
sons, viz.

1. John, an officer in the army,
who first espoused Baroness Con-
yers, and had an only daughter,

Augusta, m. in 1807, to John
Leigh, esq. lieutenant-colo-
nel of the 14th dragoons.
Captain Byron espoused se-
condly, Miss Gordon, a Scottish
heiress, allied to the blood royal
of Scotland, by whom he had
an only son, the immortal
George-Gordon Lord Byron.

2. George-Anson, a captain in the
royal navy, m. Henrietta, daugh-
ter of Robert Dallas, esq. and
had a son,

George-Anson, a captain in
the royal navy, who suc-
ceeded his cousin, and is the
present Lord Byron.
Mr. Trevanion was s. at his decease by his son,
William Trevanion, esq. of Caerhayes,
M.P. for the borough of Tregony in 1753.
This gentleman died without issue, in 1767,
when his sisters inherited the estates as co-
heirs, Caerhays, &c. devolving upon the

Frances Bettesworth, who was *. by
her son,

John Bettesworth, esq. of Caerhays,
who espoused Frances, daughter of — Tom-
kins, esq. of the county of Pembroke, and
had issue,

John-Trevanion-Purnel, his heir.
George, a captain in the R.N. who died
of wounds received in battle, with
the reputation of a brave and enter-
prising officer. He m. Lady Hannah
Henry, captain in the royal Cornwall

Mr. Bettesworth was s. at his demise by his
eldest son, the present John-Trevamon-
Purnel Bettesworth-Trevanion, esq. of

Arms — Arg. on a fesse azure between two
chevrons gules, three escallop shells or.
Quartering the arms of Bettesworth.
Crest — A stag trippant ppr.
Supporters — Dexter a stag ; Sinister a

Motto — En dieu est mon espoir.
Estates — In Cornwall.
Seat — Caerhays, Cornwall.



HARRIES, JOHN-HILL, esq. of Priskilly, in the county of Pembroke, b. 8th

February, 1783, m. 19th December, 1807, Frances,
fourth daughter and co-heir of the late Barrett Bawen
Jordan, esq. of Neeston, (by Martha his wife, youngest
daughter of John Adams, esq. of Whitland, in the county
of Carmarthen, by his wife Elizabeth, eldest sister of the
/ late Sir Herbert Lloyd, bart. of Peterwell, in the county of
Cardigan, M.P. for that shire in several parliaments,) and
has issue,

ik ft

George-Jordan, b. 27th September, 1815.

Owen-Hill, 6. 8th February, 1822.




This gentleman, a magistrate and deputy lieutenant for
the county of Pembroke, and late major of its militia,
served the office of high sheriff for that shire in 1806.
He s. his father in 1808.


The Harrieses of Priskilly are an an-
cient family, and have resided from a very
remote era in Pembrokeshire, where, as
well as in Carmarthenshire, they have long
possessed considerable estates. They are
a junior branch of the Harrieses of Tre-
gwint, who have been settled at their
mansion there for several centuries, as ap-
pears from deeds now in possession of the

The immediate ancestor of the Priskilly
branch was,

James Harrier, esq. (second son of
John Harries, esq. of Tregwint, whose de-
scendants have intermarried with the most
respectable families in the counties of Pem-
broke, Carmarthen, and Cardigan). This
gentleman m. in 1640, Ellen, daughter and
heiress of Eynon Griffith, esq. of Tresis^ilt,
by whom he acquired the Tresissilt, and
other contiguous estates, which are still in
the family, and were their principal resi-
dence until 1726, when they removed to

Mr. Harries was s. at his decease by his

John Harries, esq. who m. 12th De-
cember, 1670, Letitia, daughter of John
Owen, esq. of Priskilly, and had (with three
daughters, who all married into respectable
families in the county of Pembroke,) a son
and a successor.

George Harries, esq. who, by the will,
dated 6th October, 1726, of his mater-

nal uncle, Thomas Owen, esq. (the last
male descendant of the Owens, lords of the
ancient barony and lordship marcher of
Cemaes), became possessed of the Priskilly
Forest estate, held in capite under the Bishop
of St. David's, and also valuable landed pro-
perty in the parishes of Davids, Fishguard,
and Letterston. He m. Margaret, eldest
daughter of John Symmons, of Llanstinan,
esq. M.P. for the borough of Cardigan, and
had issue,

John, his successor.

George, an officer in the army, d. in

Martha, m. first, in 1739, to John Wil-
liams, esq. of Corngavan, in the county
of Carmarthen, and had issue,
John Williams, d. unmarried.
Anne Williams, m. to William
Brigstock, esq. of Blaen Pant,
in the county of Cardigan.
Elizabeth Williams, m. to John
Hughes, esq. of Carmarthen.
She espoused, secondly in 1749,
Alexander Scurlock, esq. but had no
further issue.
Anne, m. to Rowland Edwardes, esq.
of Little Trefgarn, (of which family
the Edwardes, Barons Kensington,
are a junior branch) and left issue,
John Owen Edwardes, who m. Ca-
therine, daughter and co-heir? ss
of John Tucker, esq.of Sealyhaui.



Rowland Edwardes, lieutenant-co-
lonel in the army.
William-Mortimer Edwardes.
Margaret, m. to William (Gardner,
esq. barrister-at-law, and left two
sons and a daughter.
George Harries, esq. d. 13th September,
1732, and was *. by his elder son,

John Harries, esq. of Priskilly, who m.
29th June, 1749, Harriot Mountjoy, only
child and heir of the Rev. Joseph Hill,
D.D. of Colebrook, in the county of Car-
marthen, and Precentor of St. David's, bj
whom he had issue,

John-Hill, captain of Grenadiers, 33rd
regiment of Foot, who fell, mortally
wounded, in the memorable battle
on the BrandyWine, in America, 1 1 tii
September, 1777.
GEORGE, successor to his father.
Joseph, m. in 1799, Jane, sole heiress
of her grandfather, Gilbert Janus,
esq. of Llanunwas, and dying in
18-24, left a son,

Gilbert James, esq. m. Cecilia,
eldest daughter of Chares Allen
Philipps, of St. Bride's Hill,
esq. and has two daughters, Jane
and Mary.
Margaret-Theodnsia, m. 30th Septem-
ber, 1791, to Thomas Williams, esq.
of Trelctliin, and d. x. p. 7th June,
Harriot, m. in 1784, to the Rev. Wil-
liam James, vicar of Matliry, and had
issue, four sons and four daughters.
Anne, d. young.

Jane. d. unm. 24th October, 1822.
John Harries d. 1st Nov. 1801, and was
s. by his second, but eldest surviving son,

Gkorge Harries, esq. of Priskilly. This
gentleman wedded 9th Jane, 1781, Mary,
second daughter of William Bowen, esq. of
Leweston, and had issue,
John-Hill, his successor.
George, in holy orders. A.M. rector of
Letterston and Nolton, vicar of Koch,
prebendary and canon reside ntiary
in the cathedral of St. David's.
William-Thomas, first lieutenant Royal

Joseph-Delebere, lieutenant 3rd Foct


Margaret-Jane-Martha, m. in Septem-
ber, 181(5, to George Lloyd, esq. of
Brunant, in the county of Carmar-
Mr. Harries d. 21st June, 1808, and was
s. by his eldest son, John-Hill Harries,
esq. present proprietor of Priskilly.

Arms — Azure, three mullets pierced, or.
Quartering the arms of Owen. Gu. a
boar arg. chained to a holly bush, vert,
armed and langued, or, the chain aud collar

Crest — A mullet pierced, or.
Motto — Integritas semper Tutamen.
Estates — Chiefly in Pembrokeshire.
Seat — Priskilly, Pembrokeshire.


BLACKETT, CHRISTOPHER, esq. of Wylam, in the county of Northumberland,

formerly a captain 18th hussars, and late M.P. for Beer-
*^\ alston, 'm. 15th August, 1818, Elizabeth, daughter and

co-heiress of Montagu Burgoyne, esq. younger son of Sir
Roger Burgoyne, bait, and his wife, Lady Fiances Mon-
tagu, (sister of the last Earl of Halifax), by whom he has

John-Fen wick-Burgoyne.

Mr. Blackett inherited the estates upon the demise of his
father, in 1829.





Richard de Black-heved, or Blackett
who held the honorary office of forester of
Stanhope, d. in 1350, seised of the manor
of Woodcroft, in the county of Durham.

Sir John Blackett, knt. of Woodcroft,
one of the heroes of Azincourt, to. Mar-
garet, Lady Heron, only daughter of Sir
Ralph Hastings, and heiress in right of her
mother to the manor of Noseley, in Leices-
tershire. Sir John Blackett was knight of
that shire, 4th Henry VI. and d. hefore
25th July, 1418.

The fourth in descent from this Sir John,

Nicholas Blackett, esq. of Woodcraft,
m. Alyson, daughter and co-heir of Sir
Rowland Tempest, knt. and one of the re-
presentatives of the noble family of Uni-
freville, Earls of Angus.

His great grandson,

William Blackett, esq. of Hoppyland,
in the county of Durham, first possessed the
lead mines in Durham, which have pro-
duced such immense wealth to the junior
branches of his descendants. He had issue,

three sons, viz :—

Christopher, his successor.
Edward, whose issue is extinct.
William, member for Newcastle-upon-
Tyne, in several parliaments, was
created a baronet in 1673. Sir Wil-
liam to. twice, but had issue, (only)
by his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter
of Michael Kirkley, of Newcastle,
merchant, namely : —

I. Edward, who s. as second baro-
net, and his lineal descendant is
the present

Sir William Blackett, bt.
of Matson Hall.
H. Michael, d. s. p.
in. William, of Wallington, in
Northumberland, who was cre-
ated a baronet, 23rd January,
1684. Sir William enjoyed great
popularity, was esteemed a man
of strict probity, and eminently
distinguished himself as a parlia-
mentary speaker. He m. Julia,
daughter of Sir Christopher Con-
yers, bt. of Horden, Durham,
and left issue at his decease, in
1705, one son, and six daugh-
ters, viz : —

1. Sir William, his successor,
at whose decease, s. p. in
1728, the baronetcy expired.

2. Julia, to. to Sir Walter
Calverley, of Calverley, in
Yorkshire, bt. and her eldest
son Walter, inherited the

estates of his uncle, Sir
William Blackett.

3. Elizabeth, to. to William
Marshall, esq. of Reavley, in
the county of Huntingdon.

4. Frances, to. to Hon. Robert

5. Diana, to. to Sir William
Wentworth, of Breton, in
the county of York.

6. Anne, to. to John Trench-
ard, esq. of Abbots Leigh.

The eldest son of William Blackett, of Hop-

Christopher Blackett, esq. of Hoppy-
land, an officer in the army of King
Charles I. to. Alice, daughter and sole
heir of Thomas Fenwick, esq. of Matfen,
in the county of Northumberland, and had

William, who to. the daughter of the
Due de Boys, a Swedish nobleman,
but d. s. p. 25th December, 1695.
The younger son,

John Blackett, esq. of Hoppyland, and
of Wylam, both in the county of Northum-
berland, served the office of high sheriff for
that shire, in 1692. He m. Mary, daughter
and heir of Richard, son of John Errington,
esq. of Errington Hall, and Dorothy, his
wife, sister of Sir Henry Widdrington, knt.
of Widdrington Castle. Mr. Blackett was
s. at his decease by his son,

John Blackett, esq. of Hoppyland, and
Wylam, who was high sheriff for Northum-
berland, in 1714. He d. in the same year,
leaving by Elizabeth his wife, daughter of
John Bacon, esq. of Staward Peel, an only
son and successor,

John Blackett, esq. of Wylam, high
sheriff for Northumberland in 1738, who
disposed of the family estates in the county
of Durham. He to. 'first, Dorothy, daugh-
ter of Edward Grey, esq. and had
John, his successor.

Edward, ) officers j n the army.

William, )

Thomas, heir to his brother.

He to. secondly, Miss Elizabeth Crosbie,
and had another son,

Christopher, who s. his half brother,
Mr. Blackett was s. at his decease by his
eldest son,

John Blackett, esq. of Wylam, at whose
decease unmarried, the estates devolved
upon his next surviving brother,

Thomas Blackett, esq. of Wylam, who



dying also without issue, was s. by his half

CHRISTOPHER Blackett, esq. This gen-
tleman espoused Alice, daughter of William
Ingham, est), and left at his decease, 25th
Jan. 1829, with two other sons, and three

Christopher, present proprietor.

Arms — Argent, on a chevron between
three mullets pierced, sa. three escallops
of the field.

Crest — A hawk's head erased, ppr.

Motto — Nous travaillerons dans l'espe-

Estates — Wylam, situated in the parish of
Ovingham, Northumberland. This manor
formerly an appurtenance to the monastery
of Tynemouth, was granted to the Fenwiek
family, about the time of the reformation,
and part to the Blacketts, in the reign of
Charles II.

Seat — Wylam.


BEST, THOMAS-FAIRFAX, esq. of Wierton, in the county of Kent, b. 15th
October, 1786; espoused 11th June, 1817, Margaret-Anna, daughter of Joseph-
George Brett, esq. of Old Brompton, Middlesex, and has issue,



Mr. Best, who has been an officer in the 1st foot guards, succeeded his father 8th Sep-
tember, 1818.


This is a junior branch of the family of
BEST, of Park House, in Kent.

•Iwif.s Best, esq. of Park House, high
sheriff for the county of Kent in 1751, m.
Frances, daughter of Richard Shelley, esq.
of Michelgrove, in the county of Sussex,
and had issue,

Thomas, his heir, who carried on the
line of Park House, and is now re-
presented by James Best, esq. of
Park House," lieut. col. of the West
Kent militia.
James, of Chatham, m. Miss Hannah
Middleton, and died in 1828, s. p.

Richard, m. first to Miss Townshend,

and secondly to Miss Martha Bowman .

George, of whom we are about to treat.

Dorothy, m. to William Twopenny, esq.

of Woodstock Park, Kent.
Frances, m. to the Rev. H. Hardinge.

Elizabeth, m. to the Rev. Maurice Lloyd.
The youngest son,

George Best, esq. was of Chilston Park,
in the county of Kent, and represented Ro-
chester in parliament anno 1790. He es-
poused Caroline, daughter of Edward Scott,
esq. of Scott's Hall, and had issue,
Thomas-Fairfax, his heir.
George, of the 10th Foot, died at Lan-
caster, in 1814, s. p.
William-Baliol, d.s.p. in 1822.

Margaret, in. to the Rev. J. G. Brett.
Louisa, m. to G. M. Tarlton, esq. of
the 6th Foot.
Mr. Best died 8th Sept, 1818, and was s.
by his son the present Thomas-Fairfax
Best, esq. of Wierton.

Arms— Sa. two cross crosslets fitchee in
chief, a cinquefoil in base, or.

Crest — An ostrich arg. issuing out of a
mural crown, in the beak a cross crosslet
fitche, or.
Estates — In Kent.
Seat— Wierton.




RODD, FRANCIS-HEARLE, esq. of Trebartha Hall, in the county of Cornwall,
b. 29th October, 1766; m. 29th June, 1795, Mary-Anne, eldest daughter of the late
John Coryton, esq. of Crocadon, in the same shire. Mr. Rodd succeeded to the estates
at the decease of his father, the late Colonel Rodd, and was high sheriff of Cornwall
in 1818.

This family, which in the time of King
John, was seated at the Rodd, in Here-
fordshire, removed into Devon, and formed
subsequently a connexion by marriage
with the Spoures, of Trebartha Hall, an
estate which became in 1729 their property,
by being devised by Mrs. Grylls, the heiress
of the Spoures, to the ancestor of the pre-
sent Mr. Rodd.

Francis Rodd, esq. of Trebartha Hall,
colonel of the Royal Cornwall Militia, and
in the commission of the peace for that
county, m. first Jane, second daughter and

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