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dan. — daughter.


Mawkks-Si i ton. — Sir CHARLES Man-
MBRS-SUTTON, K. B. has been raised to the

peerage as Viscount Canterbury, and
Baron Bottesford. Hie lordship's eldest

daughter,Cn \rlottk-M \ i ii. da, was married,
on the 12th February, 1*33, to Richard
Sanderson, esq. of Belgrave-square, M.P.

erley died in 1634. His only daughter,
Frances-Margarita, widow of Vigors Her-
vey, esq. of Killiane Castle, espoused in
1832, T. R. Kemp, esq. M.P.

P. 9, 1. 16, for " John Moreland, esq.
of Copplethwaite," read " Jacob
Moreland, esq. of Capplefhwaite

Bastard of Kitley. — The Hon. Anne-
Jane, wife of the present Mr. Bastard of
Kitley, died in 1833.

Rickktts of Combe.
P. 22, col. 1, 1. 36, for " 1660," read

" 16.%."
P. 22, col. 2, 1. 24, for " Wallon," read

" Walton."
P. 22, col. 2, 1. 30, for " Bayers," read

" Raynes."
P. 24, col. 2, 1. 23, for " Dumfries,"
read " Dampier."
George William Ricketts (youngest son of
Major General Ricketts) by his wife Letitia,
co-heiress of Carew Mildmnv ', esq. of Shau-
ford, and sister of Lady Mildmay of Dog-
mersfield, had issue,

1. George-Robert-Goodwin.

2. Carew.

3. Henry.

4. William.

5. Edward.

6. Letitia, who died unmarried.

7. Eliza.

8. Marianne.


P. 26. col. 2. 1. 39, for "Nudwood,"
read " Needwood."


P. 30, col. 2, 1. 6 from bottom, for
" Christe fructur," read " ChristO

P. 31, col. 1,1. 3.0, for " Henry Hob-
lyn," read " Vdward Hoblyn."

Allan oi Blackwell Grange. The

present Mu, Allan is in the commission of
the peace for the county of Durham.

Robert Allan, esq. baptized 13th July,
1566, (seventh .-on of (i.orgc Allan, of
Yarm) died at Antigua, leaving an only
daughter and heiress,

Elizabeth Allan, baptized at Darling-
ton, \Hth May, 1694, who m. John
Burke, esq. of the same island, and
H ;i- mother oi

Elizabeth Burke, who wedded

Martin Blake, esq. and died in
London, 3rd January, 1771,
leaving a son and four daugh-

1. John Blake, living in 1783.

1. Margaret Blake, m. John
Thomlinson, esq. M.P. for

Steyning, and left

MARY Thomlinson, the
wile of Howard Bees-
ion LONG, esq. (see
\ol. ii. p. 165).

2. Jane lilakc, m. to — Ren-
trop, of Antwerp.

3. Penelope Blake, m. to —
Sober, esq.

4. Sarah Blake, m. to —
\Ia.-terson, esq.

The following inscription is upon a mo-
nument in the chance] of Darlington Church,
erected \>\ the eminent antiquary, GEORGE
Allan, esq. F.S.A., to the memory of Ann
Allan and her sister Dorothy, as also to his

own wife' :

Choro Caelesti

Leatarum Vir^inum accessere

Dorothea et Anna

Georgii Allan, tie Blackwell Grange, Arm.

Que :

ilia anno 1760, set. 38,

Faeminarum dulce decus, et invidia major ;

haec anno 17<i.'), aet. 66,

1'auperum Solamen, omnium deliciae,

Utraque Christians Virtutibus eximia;

has erga, et in memoriam

Annae, suae conjugis charissimae

Anno 17i;7, at. 46, abreptae,

hoc grati animi pignus


Geo. Allan de Darlington.

Willis OF Halsnlaik— Mr. Willis's 3on,
FREDERICK Willis, esq. of the *Jth Lancers,



wedded at the Castle, Dublin, 18th January,
1834, Elizabeth Louisa, eldest daughter of
Sir William Cosset, under secretary of state
for Ireland.

Vavasour of Weston. — William Va-
vasour, esq. of Weston Hall, died 15th
January, 1833, and leaving no issue, the
family is now extinct. The children of Mr.
Vavasour's only sister Ellen, who married
the Rev. John Carter, are William Carter
and Anne, the wife of the Rev. Mr. Beck-

Lambert of Boyton.

P. 67, col. i. 1. 37, for " — St. Barbe,
esq." read " John St. Barbe, esq. of
Ellison of Hepburn. — The late Henry
Ellison, esq. left, besides the present pos-
sessor of Hepburn, another son and three
daughters, viz.

Robert, lieutenant-colonel in the gre-
nadier guards, who m. the Hon.
Mary Montague, daughter of the late
Lord Rokeby, and has one son.
Hannah, m. to John Carr, esq. of Dun-
stan Hill, in the county of Durham,
and has five sons and three daugh-
Henrietta, m. to George William Ayl-

mer, esq. of Mowden Hall, Essex.
Elizabeth, m. to Frederick Edward
Morrice, esq. of Betshanger in Kent.
The present Mr. Ellison has resigned the
sheriffdom of the palatinate.

Mynors of Treago.— Add to the present
Mr. Mynors'* issue, a daughter, Philippa-

P. 88, col. 2, 1. 37, for « holding an
eagle's leg," read, " holding a bear's
Baskerville of Rockley House.
P. 90, col. 1, 1. 27, for " Slanton," read

" Stanton."
P. 91, col. 1, 1. 11, for "Captain Mi-
chael Baskerville," read "Captain
Nicholas Baskerville."
P. 91, col. 2, 1. 5, for "John Scuad-
more, esq. of Thrurpton," read "John
Scudamore, esq. of Thruxton."

* This gentleman, through the alliance of his
ancestor, Rowland Mynors, esq. with Theodosia
daughter of Sir Percival Willoughby, knt. of
Wollaton, proves Founder's kin to All Souls'
Oxford. The descent is thus traced ;

Beathix Chichf.i.f.y, daughter of John Chiche-
ley, chamberlain of LondoiCborn in 1425, wedded
Sir William Peche, knt. of Lullingston, Kent,
and had (with a son Sir John Peche," knio-ht ban-
neret) a daughter,

Elizabeth Peche, who m. John Hart, esq of
the Middle Temple, and had a son,

Sir Percyval Hart of Lullingston, chief
sewer and knight harbinger to Henry VIII., who
m. Frediswide, daughter and co-heir of John Lord

P. 91, col. 2, 1. 5 from bottom, Hum-
phrey Baskerville, of Aberedow, who
m. Eleanor, daughter and heiress of
John ap Gwillem, had a son and suc-
cessor, John, who wedded, in 1578,
Sarah, daughter of John Lewis, esq.
of Harpton Court.
The following extract from Ordericus
Vitalis (who wrote nearly 600 years ago a
History of Normandy, published by Mon-
sieur du Chesne) may throw some light on
the origin of the great house of Basker-

" Baldricus Teutonicus married the
daughter of Richard, surnamed de Bene-
facta, Lord of Clare and Tunbridge in Eng-
land, by Roesia, his wife, sister to Walter
Giflard, the second Earl of Buckingham after
the Conquest, and daughter of Walter Gif-
fard, Count of Longueville, in Normandy,
and first Earl of Buckingham, in England,
who was son of Osborne de Bolebec by
Avelina his wife, sister to Gunnora, wife
of Richard, the first of that name, Duke of
Normandy. Baldrick by his said wife had
six sons and as many daughters ; the sons
were Nicholas de Baschevilla, now Bac-
queville ; Fulke de Anjou ; Robert de
Courcy ; Richard de Nova Villa or Nevill ;
Baldrick de Balgenzais, now Beangeney or
Boysgeney ; and Wigenus, or Wigman of
Apulia. Nicholas, the eldest, married one
of the Dutchess Gunnora's nieces, and by
her had two sons, William Martell and
Walter de St. Martin, who were ancestors
of the Warrens, Earls of Warren and
Surrey, and of the Mortimers, Earls of
March, &c. &c."

Russell of Brancepeth. — Incorporate
the following particulars of this family with
the details given at page 104:

The Russells are of considerable an-
tiquity in Cumberland : — in many of the
early entries in the church registers of
Millam (which the Rev. Henry Dixon,
officiating minister, has recently with much
care investigated) they are described as
Russells de Duddon Bridge, and de Ar-

Bray, and had a son, Sir George Hart, of Lul-
lingstone, and a daughter,

Catherine Hart, who espoused Thomas Wil-
loughby, esq. of Blore Place, and left a son and

Sir Percival Willoughby, knt., who m.
Bridget, eldest daughter and co-heir of Sir
Francis Willoughby, knt. of Wollaton, and sister
to Margaret, wife of Sir Robert Spencer, created
in 1603, Baron Spencer of Wormleighton. By
this lady Sir Percival had, with other issue,

Francis (Sir), ancestor of Lord Middleton.
Theodosia, m. to Rowland Mynors, esq.
of Treago, great-great-great-great grand-
father of the present

Peter Rickards Mynors, esq. of Treago.



nabie ; by an intermarriage with the ancient
family of Taylor, they acquired the estate
of Rowenlands, to which they removed
between the years 1652 and 1657, and they
continued to abide there until 1803, when
in consequence of the demise issueless of
the elder brother, the property passed to
William Russell, esq. of Brancepeth Castle,
who having himself realised a very con-
siderable fortune in the county of Durham,
alienated the acquisition, and it is now in
the possession of R. Postlewaite, esq. of
Braughton in Furness.

Unfortunately the early registers are so
defective, that no very continuous pedigree
can be made out before the year 1598, and
the baptismal records commence with 1600.
John Russell,* esq. of Arnabie, dying in
1608, was buried at Millam, and s. by his

Matthew Russell, esq. of Arnabie, who
had issue,

Matthew, his heir.
Richard, who d. 1st December, 1638.
The elder son and heir,

Matthew Russell, esq. of Arnabie, born
19th March, 1615, intermarrying with the
Taylor family, acquired the estate of Rowen-
lands, and dying 27th January, 1684, had a
son and successor,

Matthew Russell, esq. of Rowenlands,
b. 15th February, 1657-8, who had (with
two daughters, Elizabeth and Bridget) two
sons, viz.

Robert, his heir.

Matthew, b. 2nd August, 1685, who
settled at Sunderland as a merchant
in 1700, and upon his demise issue-
less in 1760, devised half his fortune,
which was very considerable, to his
nephew William, late of Brancepeth
Castle. In Sunderland churchyard
a beautiful monument is erected to
his memory.
Matthew Russell" d. 28th February, 1695,
and was s. by his elder son,

Robert Russell, esq. of Rowenlands,
b. 8th October, 1682, who had issue,
Matthew, his heir.
William, successor to his brother.
Robert, b. in September, 1737, who
went out to India as a merchant and
there died.
James, b. 6th March, 1744, d. in Au-
gust, 1745.
Robert Russell died 22nd March, 1757, and
was 5. by his son,

* His brothers were

Robert, m. 10th June, 1598, to Elizabeth

Jeffery, who d. 2nd February, 1603-4.
Peter, who d. 27th December, 1607.

Matthew Russell, esq. b. 31st March,
1733, who died without issue at Rowenlands
in January, 1803, and was s. by his next

William Russell, esq. of Brancepeth
Castle (as stated in the body of the work).
This gentleman, who sold the estate of Row-
enlands, was distinguished for liberality and
benevolence. Among many similar in-
stances may be mentioned an hospital at
Cornsay in the county of Durham, which he
built and endowed, for a considerable num-
ber of aged and infirm persons of both
sexes, with a chapel for divine service, and
a school attached for a large establishment
of boys and girls. During the war in 1803,
he raised a corps of volunteer infantry, con-
sisting of two full companies, which he
armed, clothed, and completely equipped
at his own expense ; he was also chiefly
instrumental in raising the Usworth troop
of yeomanry cavalry, and in the distresses
on the termination of the war, he received
and maintained the poor, coming from all
quarters, in barracks constructed for the
purpose, where every comfort was provided,
while he kept alive their habits of industry,
by engaging such as were able in various
works on his extensive estates. Mr. Rus-
sell was s. at his decease by his son,

Matthew Russell, esq. of Brancepeth
Castle, vice-lieutenant for the county of
Durham (as stated in the body of the work).
On leaving Trinity College, Oxford, this
gentleman accepted a company in the Dur-
ham militia, and was subsequently major of
the regiment. In 1801 he was returned
member for Saltash (one of his father's
boroughs) and continued to serve in parlia-
ment until his death in London, 8th May,
1822. He rebuilt the greater part of
Brancepeth Castle, and it is now one of
the most noble edifices in the north of Eng-
land. Probably few individuals have ever
been so justly, deeply, and universally
lamented. Mr. Russell's only son and suc-
cessor, the present William RussELi.,esq. of
Brancepeth Castle, also vice-lieutenant of
the county Palatinate, was returned in two
successive parliaments for the county of
Durham, and proved himself a zealous and
disinterested promoter of the reform, by
the patriotic gift of his boroughs of Bletch-
inglye and Saltash, consisting of three

Estates. — Brancepeth, Brandon, Hard-
wicke, Willington, Westparks, Newton,
Newton-cap, Blakestone, Fulthorpe, and
Thwaites, in the county of Durham, and
Baysdale in the county of York.

Candler of Callan. — Edward Candler,
esq. the brother of the present representa-
tive of the family, has been appointed a
deputy lieutenant for the county of North-



The family Estates are— Morton Pinkney
and Culwor'th, both in Northamptonshire;
with lands in Norfolk and Yorkshire.


P. 119, col. 1, 1. 9, for "Pen^uite,"
read " Peiu/uite."
Flood of Flood Hall. — Alterations in the
account of this family.
Flood, John, esq. of Flood Hall, in the
county of Kilkenny, a magistrate and de-
puty lieutenant for that shire, m. Miss Sau-
rin, eldest daughter of the Rt. Hon. Wil-
liam Saurin, (brother to the Bishop of Dro-
more), late attorney-general for Ireland,
and niece to the Marquess of Thomond.


This family descends, it is presumed, from
Sir Thomas' Fludd, knt. of Milgate, who
was receiver of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey,
and treasurer to the army sent (temp. Eli-
zabeth) to aid Henry IV. of France. In
the subsequent reign, a member of the Kent-
ish house, (who was the first to write his
name Flood), rose high in favour with
King James, and had several grants of lands
in divers parts of the kingdom. He styled
himself in writing "Flood," while the other
branches were written Fludds. Hence de-

Francis Flood, esq. of Burnchurch, in
the county of Kilkenny, a major in the
army, who in. Anne, only daughter and
heiress of Colonel Henry Warden, M. P.
of Ipswich, in Suffolk, and niece to Ag-
moiulesham Cuffe, esq. of Desart, father of
the first Baron Desart. By this lady he
had issue,

i. Warden, of Flood Hall, as stated

in the body of the work.
ii. John, -j

in. Charles, I as stated in the body of
iv. Henry, the work,

v. George, J

vi. Francis, of Paulstown Castle, in the
county of Kilkenny, who m. Miss
Hatton, daughter of Henry Hatton,
esq. of Great Clonard, M. P. for the
shire of Wexford, by his wife Lady
Anne Jane Gore, daughter of Ar-
thur Earl of Arran, by whom (who
m. for her second husband John
James, first Marquess of Abercorn)
he had issue,

1. Warden, LL.D. judge of the
high court of admiralty of Ire-
land, member in the Irish par-
liament for many years, where
he gave efficient support to his
distinguished relative, Henry
Flood. He m. Miss O'Dono-
van, sister of General O'Dono-
van of that ancient family in the
county of Cork, and aunt to Sir

William Wrixon Becher, bart.
and had issue,

Warden, as in the body of the

Francis, a captain in the army,

killed in action.
Henry of Paulstoun Castle,
who m. in 1815, Anna Maria,
dau. of Henry Lennon, esq.
Donovan, a captain in the
army, who served in Hol-
land. He wedded Miss Vig-
nau, niece of the Comtesse
De la Motte, and left issue,
Warden, captain 51st.
Marianne, as stated in the
body of the work.

2. Hatton, a colonel in the 1st
dragoon guards who served in
Holland. He d. unmarried.

3. Francis, a major in the army,
and high sheriff for the county
of Kilkenny in 1778.

4. Henry, a major in the army,
who m. and had issue,

John, of Viewmount, as stated

in the body of the work.
Frances, m. to Dr. Reed, M.D.
of the county of Carlow.
vn. Richard, who d. unmarried.
Vlll. Anne, m. to the Venerable Henry
Candler, D.D. archdeacon of Ossory
and rector of Callan.
The remainder of the account, as given in
the work, is correct, excepting that the mo-
ther of the present Mr. Flood, of Flood
Hall, was Miss Aldworth, daughter of
Richard Aldworth, esq. of Newmarket, in
the county of Cork, M.P. and not Miss
Bury, as erroneously stated at p. 125.


Moubray has been made A Companion of
the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order.
Sir Robert's great grandfather John Mou-
bray, esq. of Cockairny, who d. in 1732,
left tioo sons, viz.

Robert, his successor at Cockairny,

(see page 129).
John, who had two sons and three
daughters, viz.

John, whose only child, Ann-
Cockerall Moubray, wedded
James-Trail Hall, esq. of Dublin,
barrister-at-law, and has issue.

Margaret, who m. Walter Ross,
esq. and left a son,

John-Ross, whose only child,
Agnes, espoused Charles
Mackintosh, esq.

Jean, m. to James Campbell, esq.
Sir Robert's grandfather, Robert Moubray,
esq. of Cockairny, who d. in 1779, had issue,



John, who died, captain royal marines.

Robert, M.D. who s. to Cockairny,
and dying- in 1795, was s. by his elder
son, the present possessor.


George, lieut. royal navy, who m. Miss
Toby, and had issue.

Elizabeth, m. to John Black, esq.

Mary, m. to Alexander Sutherland, esq.
and had issue.

Darell of Calehill.
Darell, family of. — The following addi-
tions to the account already given of this
ancient house are extracted from an old
pedigree of the family.

" William de Orell, a gentleman of the
north parts of Normandie, soe called of a
castle and familie of that countrie, and soe
by contraction, the vowells e and o are
changed to a, by which Darell is pronounced
for i)e Orell, the which came in with the
Conqueror, being for his good service done
in the north, as well in pacifieing the rebel-
lious men in Yorkshire, as in resisting the
insurgent Scots that came to help them,
considered not only in being dubbed a
knighte in the citty of Yorke, after the
burning of it, but also endowed with the
possession of a Saxon called Etheldred, of
Broadsworth, an ancient seat twelve miles
west of Yorke, the which Sir William had
issue, William, made knight by Henry I.
and constable of the castle of Yorke, which
familie increased much by marriages, and
the last of the familie in Yorkshire was
called Sir George Darell, whose daughter
and heire Sir Guy Dawney, of Cowick,
married. Marmaduke, the sonne of Va-
lentine, ye sonne of Sir William Darrell,
of Broadsworth, was general under the Lord
Scroope, baron of Upsall, who served
Richard I. in Aeon, where, by ye way, this
Marmaduke achieved great fame by killing
of ye prince and ruler of ye Isle of Cyprus,
and therefore, in perpetuam Rei memo-
riam, ye lion which he bare before unco-
vered, was now crowned, and having no
crest, had to his cognizance ye saracen's
head issuing out of a crowne attired after
the countrie manner — quae acta fuerunt in
anno 4to Richardi primi."

Edward Darell, esq. (second son of
Thomas Darell, esq. of Scotney, grandson
of the Thomas who wedded, as stated at
page 133, Thomasine Gresley), married
Mary, daughter and sole heiress of Mar-
maduke Darell, esq. of Pagham, and the
great-great grandson of this marriage,

Edward Darell, esq. of Putney, in Sur-
rey, espoused, for his second wife, in 1688,
Elizabeth, daughter of John Briscoe, of St.
Stephens, Wallbrook, and had issue,

I. John, who d. s. p.

n. Robert, of Richmond. This gen-
tleman m. Mary, daughter of James

Porten, esq. of Putney, and by her
(who d. 14th Nov. 1734) left issue,

1. Edward, b. in 1728.

2. Robert, b. in 1734.

3. Mary, m. in 1758, to Daniel
Wray, esq.

4. Elizabeth, m. in 1761, to the
Rev. John Jeffreys, D.D. canon
of Christchurch, Oxford, and
had a son and heir,

The Rev. John Jeffreys, who

m. Charlotte, daughter of

— Byron, esq. of Hertford,

and had four sons and seven


5. Katherine, ) , ., ,. ,

6. Judith, \ both died y° un s;

ill. John, of York Street, St. James's,
London, b. 10th April, 1706, who m.
Miss Acton, first cousin to Sir John
Acton, bart. of Aldenham, in Shrop-
shire, and died in 1768, having had

1. John, who d. s. p.

2. Catherine, who m. Thomas
Benett, esq. of Pythouse (see
page 249).

3. Harriet, who m. Richard Croftes,
esq. of West Harling, in Nor-
folk, and had an only daughter
and heiress, Harriet, m. in 1793,
to the present Sir John Saun-
ders Sebright, bart.

iv. Elizabeth, m. to John Jeffreys, esq.

of Lincoln's Inn.
v. Anne, m. to S. Shepherd, esq. of Min-

chin Hampton, in Gloucestershire,
vi. Katherine.

Strangwayes of Well. — Richard-
Purchas Strangwayes, esq. who was a
deputy lieutenant for the East Riding of
Yorkshire, died in 1835. His estates were
situated in the three ridings of that county.
Barne of Sotterley. — Mr. Barne'sonly
son, Frederick Barne, esq. m. 4th February,
1833, Mary Anne Elizabeth, eldest daughter
of the late Sir John Courtenay Honywood,

Butler Danvers of Swithland. — Mr.
Butler Danvers' maternal grandmother was
Mary, daughter of Joel Watson, esq.
Atthill, of Brandiston Hall.

P. 164, 1. 6, for " 1776," read " 1774."
P. 164, 1. 8, for " Robert Hedges, esq."

read " Robert Hedges Eyre, esq.
P. 164, 1. 12, after " Robert, A. B." in-
sert "a medical man, resident at
Trillie, and a justice of the peace for
the county of Tyrone.
P. 164, 1. 13, after " Richard," insert
" A. B. now of Harvey Township,
county of Northumberland, Upper
P. 165, col. 2, 1. 1, for "esq." read
" eqs."



P. 165, col. 2, 1. 49, for " Foxsall,"

read " Foxley."
P. 1(56, col. 2, 1. 2, for " Ardress, read
" Ardess."
%* Tt appears from an ancient work on
the county of Norfolk, that " Sir William
de Hoo, or de la Hou, built the church of
Mulbar'ton, in the hundred of Hambleyard,
county of Norfolk. He was a very re-
nowned warrior, and was buried A.D. 1410.
In the Doomsday Book, Hoo or Hou signi-
fies a rising ground, and the probable pro-
gress of the change was (as in the case of
the family de Tye, afterwards Atte Eye)
De Hoo, De Hill", De la Hill, Attehill.

Moore of Appleby Parva. — The present
Mr. Moore wedded, in June, 1833, the
daughter of William-Phillips Inge, esq. of
Thorpe Constantine, in the county of Staf-
ford. His only sister, Miss Susan-Drum-
mond Moore, was married 22nd Nov. 1832,
to Edward-Anthony Holden, esq. of As-
ton Hall, in the county of Warwick.
Wharton-Middleton of Old Park.
P. 171, 1. 7, for "John Wilmerfield,
esq." read " John Wilmer Field,
Lane of King's Bromley.

P. 174, col. 2, 1. 10 from bottom, for
" Francis," read " Thomas."
Aylmer of Walworth Castle. — The
present proprietor's eldest sister, Eliza-
beth-Margaret, wedded, 5th Jan. 1833,
J. J. Scott, esq. of the county of Devon.

Lillingston-Spooner, of Elmdon. — The
annexed engraving is a more accurate re-
presentation of the armorial ensigns of this

Latham of Bradwall. — The present Dr.
Latham's second son, Peter Mere Latham,
M.D. m. secondly, 14th Feb. 1833, Grace-
Mary, third daughter of David Chambers,
esq. of Dorset-square, commander in the
royal navy.

Weld of Lulworth.— Cardinal Weld

having surrendered Lulworth to his next
brother, Joseph Weld, esq. that gentleman
is now " Weld of Lulworth." In vol.
ii. p. 677, will be found a more detailed
account of the family.

Danby of Swinton. — William Danby,
esq. (the representative of the family) d. 4th
December, 1833.

P. 201, col. 1, 1. 29, for " William Cal-

verley, esq." read " Sir Walter Cal-

verley, knt."

Prideaux-Brune of Place. — The Rev.

Charles Prideaux-Brune d. in 1833, and

was s. by his eldest son.


P. 208, col. 2, 1. 22, for "— Stonor,
esq." read " Thomas Stonor, esq."
Loftus of Kilbride. — Colonel Loftus's
younger brother, Captain Frederick Lof-
tus, m. in 1833, Frances, daughter of the
late Colonel Phayre, of the E. I. C. Service.
His youngest sister, Miss Jane Perceval
Compton Loftus, wedded in September,
1833, Henry-Corbet Singleton, esq. of
Aclare, county Meath.

P. 211, col. 1, 1. 9, after" Elenor," in-
sert " m. first, to George Colley, esq.
of Edenderry ; secondly, to Colonel
William Duckenfield ; and, thirdly,,
to Sir Edward Tyrrell, bart. of Lynn r
in the county Westmeath."
P. 211, col. 1, 1.48, after " d. inl807 T "
dele " the male line of Thomas Lof-
tus, of Killyan, by his first wife, Su-
sanna Elkenhead, became extinct;"
which paragraph insert at col. 2 of
the same page, 1. 18, after " dying
s.p. in 1824."
Colonel Loftus's estates are in the counties

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