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V III., m. and had issue,
i. John, his heir.

II. Christopher, great grandfather of
William Roundell, of Marston and
Hutton Wansley, in Yorkshire, who
m. Anna, daughter and sole heir of
Edward Elwick, an alderman of
York, and had a son,

Richard, of Hutton Wansley, who
m. first, Frances, daughter of
Sir William St. Quintin, bart.
and had one daughter,

Jane, who wedded first, Sir
Darcy Dawes, son of Arch-
bishop Dawes, and had a

Elizabeth Dawes, m. to

Edwin Lascelles, esq.

ancestor of the present

Lord Harewood.

Lady Dawes m. secondly,

— Thompson, esq. of Esk-

rigg, and had two sons and

a daughter, viz.

1. Beilby Thompson, of
Eskrigg, who d. s. p.

2. Richard Thompson, of

3. Jane Thompson, m. to
Sir Robert Lawley,

Richard Roundell, of Hutton
Wansley, m. secondly, and had
two other daughters namely,
Mildred, m. to John Bourchier,

Catherine, m. to the Hon.
Christopher Dawney.

In consequence of the extravagance of his
elder son, Richard Roundell, of Screven,
devised a moiety of his estates to his
younger son Christopher, from whom they
descended to, and are now enjoyed by the
Earl of Harewood and Mr. Beilby Thomp-
son. His eldest son,

John Roundell, esq. of Screven, m,
Margaret, daughter of William Sill, esq.
and was s. at his decease by his elder son,

Marmaduke Roundell, esq. of Screven,
living in the time of Elizabeth, who wedded
in 1558, Jane, daughter of Thomas Lowe, esq.
but dying issueless, was s. by his brother,

William Roundell, esq. of Screven, who
d. in 1582, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Roundell, esq. This gentle-
man appears to have been a juror at a pre-
sentment at the Castle of Knaresborough,
6th August, 1611, and to have been sworn
before Sir Oliver Cromwell, master of his
highness's game, Sir William Fleetwood,
knt. his majestie's surveyor-general, Sir
Henry Slingsby, Sir William Ingleby, de-
puty stewards, and Richard Hutton, serjeant-
at-law, steward of the house and manor of
Knaresborough. Mr. Roundell wedded in
1591, Elizabeth Lightfoot, and had, with
two daughters,

1. William, who d. s. p. in 1684.

2. Peter, of Screven, who left,

Peter, of Screven, d. s. p.

Henry, d. s. p. in 1644.

Mary, m. in 1651, to Simon War-
ner, esq. of Knaresborough, and
had issue,
John Warner, of Harwich.



Symon Warner, of Knares-

Peter Warner, of the Tower
of London.

Jane, to. and had three daughters.

3. John, of whom presently.

4. Thomas.
The third son,

John Roundell, esq. b. in 1667, wedded
in 1633, Maria, daughter of — Wade, esq.
and had issue,

1. William, his heir.

2. Edward.

3. John, who seems to have held lands,
and resided at Bondgate. He left
two sons and four daughters at his
decease, in 1708.

4. Henry, who d. in 1683, leaving one
son and a daughter.

5. David, who d. in 1679, leaving an
only daughter, Mary, to. to George
Johnson, esq.

6. Margaret, to. in 1688, to the Rev.
Docter Robert Ward, rector of
Slingsby and Stokesley, and preben-
dary of York, by whom she had

7. Anne, to. to John Lightfoot, esq.
Mr. Roundell d. in August, 1657, and was
s. by his eldest son,

William Roundell, esq. of Screven, b.
in 1636, to. Anne, daughter of Thomas Brown,
esq. of Polespring, in the county of York,
by whom (who d. 27th December, 1702) he
had two sons and a daughter, viz.

Peter, who d. (in the lifetime of his

father) anno 1683.
William, heir.
He d. in 1707, and was s. by his only sur-
viving son,

William Roundell, esq. of Screven, b.
in 1666. This gentleman wedded first, Ellen,
daughter of — Oddy, esq. of Kirby Mal-
zeard, but had no issue. He to. secondly,
Jane, daughter and co-heiress of Laurence
Danson, esq. of Spring House, and had
(witli two daughters) four sons,
I. Peter, d. in infancy.
ii. Mark, d. s. p. in 1735.
in. William, of the city of York, M.D.
to. Margaret, daughter of John Tom-
linson, esq. of York, and dying in
1762, left an only dau. and heiress,
Margaret-Eleanor, who wedded
John Toke, esq. of Goddinton,
in Kent, high sheriff of that
county, in 1770, and had, with two

1. Nicholas Roundell Toke,
of Goddinton, b. in 1764,
who w. Mary, daughter of
Sir Bourchier Wrey, bart.

and has an only surviving
daughter, Ellen-Maria,wed-
ded to her cousin, Rev.
Henry Bourchier Wrey.

2. John Toke, in holy orders,
M. A. of Beaksbourn, in
Kent, who d. unm. in 1820.

3. William Toke, in holy
orders, who to. Sarah, dau.
of Rev. Dr. Marens West,
and has issue.

iv. Danson, of whom presently.
The fourth and youngest son,

Danson Roundell, esq. a deputy lieuten-
ant and justice of the peace for the West
Riding of the county of York, espoused,
19th September, 1739, Ellen, daughter and
heiress of Christopher Hartley,* of Marton,
in Craven, by whom he acquired that estate,
and had two surviving sons. He d. 30th
May, 1770, and was s. by the elder

Richard Roundell, esq. of Marton. This
gentleman commenced the erection of the
splendid Mansion of Gledstone, but died
before its completion. Not having married,
he was s. by his brother,
The Rev.

William Roundell, of Gledstone House,
A.M. a deputy lieutenant and justice of the
peace for the West Riding. He wedded in
1775, Mary, youngest daughter of the
Rev. Henry Richardson, A.M. rector of
Thornton, and grandaughter of Richard
Richardson, esq. of Bierley, in the county
of York, by whom he had issue,
Richard-Henry, his heir.
William-Hartley, b in 1780, who as-
sumed in 1786, the surname of Cur-
rer, upon succeeding to the for-
tune, and in compliance with the tes-
tamentary injunction of his maternal
uncle, John Currer, esq. of Bierley,
(fourth son of Richard Richardson,
esq. of Bierley,) who had himself
taken his mother's name, upon in-
heriting her paternal estate at Kild-

* The family of Hartley was one of great an-
tiquity in the county of York. It derived from
the Hartleys, of Chorton, in Lancashire, whose
pedigree is entered in the College of Arms.

Henry Hartley, of Marton, living about the
middle of the sixteenth century, was lineal ances-
tor of

Anthony Hartley, esq. who wedded in 1662,
Ellen, daughter of Francis Gledstone, esq. of
Marton, and eventually heir to her grandnephew,
Walter Gledstone. By this lady he had, with
other issue,

Christopher Hartley, esq. who m. twice, but
left issue only bv his second wife, Elizabeth,
daughter of Roger Coates, esq. of Royal House,
son of RoLrer Coates, M.P. for Yorkshire, viz. an
only surviving daughter and heiress,

Elle* Hartley, who m. as in the text,
Danson Uoitndell.



wick. Mr. Roundell Currer, d. 12th
February, 1801, when the Currer
estates passed to his next brother,

Danson-Richardson, M.A. b. in 1781,
who assumed the surname of Currer
upon inheriting the estates of that
family at the decease of his brother
in 1801.

Hemy-Dawson, b. in 1785, M.A. in
holy orders, fellow of Magdalen Col-
lege, Oxford.

Savile-Richardson, b. in 1789.

Septumus-Warde, b. in 1795.



Dorothea-Richardson, m. in 1810 to the

Rev. William Jocelyn Palmer, M.A.

Rector of Mixbury, in Oxfordshire.

Mr. Roundell was s. at his decease by his

eldest son, the present Richard-Henry

Roundell, esq. of Gledstone.

Arms — Granted in 1676, or, a fesse gules,
between three olive branches, vert.

Crest — A sword in pale arg. hilt and pom-
mel or, gripe gules.

Seat — Gledstone House, near Skipton,


YORKE, SIMON, esq. of Erthig, in the county of Denbigh, b. 27th July, 1771,
m. 11th March, 1807, Margaret, younger daughter of the late John Holland, esq. of
Teyrdan, Denbighshire, and has issue,

Simon, b. 6th April, 1811.
John, b. 11th June, 1814.

Mr. Yorke, who represented Grantham for some time in parliament, s. his father in



The family of Yorke, of which the Earl
of Hardwicke is the elder branch, came
originally from Calne, in Wiltshire, and
were afterwards seated at Dover, and in the
Isle of Thanet.

" The ancestry of the celebrated noble-
man (Lord Hardwicke)," says Sir Egerton
Brydges, " though of no particular lustre
either from its titles or estates, was by no
means mean, insignificant in point of pro-
perty, or unrespectable in alliances."

Simon Yorke, esq. of Dover, a person of

good landed property, d. in 1682, leaving
with other issue,

I. Philip, who m. Elizabeth, daughter
and heir of Richard Gibbon, esq. of
Dover, and widow of Edward Gib-
bon, esq. of Westcliffe, by whom he
had, with other issue,

Philip, who having attained the
highest eminence in the legal
profession was appointed solici-
tor-general in 1720, at the early
age of twenty-nine, and attorney-
general in four years afterwards,
which office he continued to hold
until 1733, when he was elevated
to the bench and peerage, as
lord chief justice of the cotirt of
King's Bench, and Baron Hard-
wicke, of Hardwicke. In 1736-7
his lordship was constituted Lord
High Chancellor of Great
Britain, and advanced2nd April,
1754, to a viscount and earldom,
by the titles of Viscount Royston
and Earl of Hardwicke. The
grandson of this eminent lawyer

Philip Yorke, third and pre-
sent Earl of Hardwicke.
ii. Simon.
The younger son.



Simon Yorke, esq. espoused Anne, sister
and heiress of John Meller, esq. of Erthig,
a master in Chancery, and had a son and

Simon Yorke, esq. of Erthig, who m.
Dorothy, daughter and heiress of Matthew
Hutton, esq. of Newnham, in the county of
Hereford, and dying 28th July, 1767, was s.
by his son,

Philip Yorke, esq. of Erthig, F.A.S. a
person not unknown in the literary circles,
who m. 2nd July, 1770, Elizabeth, younger
daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John Cust,
bart. speaker of the house of commons, and

sister of the first Lord Brownlow, and left
at his decease, 19th February, 1804, with
other issue, Simon Yorke, esq. present
representative of this branch of the family.

Arms — Yorke. Arg. on a saltire az. a

Meller. Arg. on a chief indented sa.
three blackbirds, beaked and membered or.

Crest — A lion's head erased ppr. collared
gu. charged with a bezant.

Motto — Nee cupias nee metuas.

Estates — In the county of Denbigh, first
possessed, by purchase, in the year 1713.

Seat — Erthig.


MORETON, The Reverend WILLIAM-MORETON, M.A. of Little Moreton, in
the county of Chester, b. 2nd April, 1759, m. first, Louisa, second daughter of Wil-
liam Borde, esq. of Paxhill, but had by her no issue. He wedded, secondly, Eliza-
beth, daughter of the Reverend Henry Hutton, Rector of Beaumont, in Essex, and
has had issue,

William-Pepperrell-Frewen, b. 6th March, 1817.

Edward, b. in 1819, and d. in 1830.



Mr. Moreton succeeded at the decease of his father, The Reverend Richard Moreton.




Sir Gralam de Lostock, knt. living in
the time of Henry III. fourth in male de-
scent from Hugh de Runchamp, ni. Letitia,
daughter and heiress of — de Moreton,
and had issue,

1. Richard, whose daughter and even-
tual heiress,
Joan, m. William de Toft, younger

brother of Roger de Toft, and an-
cestor of the Holfords of Holford.

2. Robert.

3. Geoffry.
To the youngest son,

Geoffry de Lostock, his father gave a
moiety of Rode, and he was s. by his son
(who assumed the surname of his paternal
grandmother's family),

Gralam de Moreton, who m. first Alicia,
de Lymme, and secondly, Margery, daugh-
ter of Robert de Kingsley. This gentle-
man was lineal ancestor, through a long
line of eminent persons, of

William Moreton, esq. of Moreton, in
the county of Chester, to which manor he
succeeded at the decease of his brother, Sir
Richard Moreton. This William Moreton
occurs 5th Henry VIII. in an award made
between him and Thomas Rode, of Rode,
by Sir William Brereton, to whose decision
an important dispute was left by George
Bromley, senior justice of Chester, who had
been joined witfc him in arbitration. The
dispute was " ichich shidd sit highest in the
churche, and joremost goe in procession;"



And the said William Brereton awarded
the honour to the gentleman " that may dis-
peude in lands by title of enheritaunce ten
marks or above more than the other." He
espoused Alice, daughter of Sir Andrew
Brereton, knt. of Brereton, and had issue,
William, his heir.
Elizabeth, m. to William Yardley, esq.

of Yardley.
Margaret, m. to Sir George Calveley,

of Lea.
Alice, m. to Thomas Rode, esq. of Odd

Anne, m. to William Golborne, esq.
Mr. Moreton died in the 17th of Henry
VIII. and was s. by his elder son,

William Moreton, esq. who m. Anne,
daughter of Sir Robert Fulleshurst, knt. of
Crewe, and dying in the 5th of Queen Eli-
zabeth, was s. by his son,

John Moreton, esq. of Moreton. This
gentleman flourished towards the close of
the sixteenth century ; he m. twice, but had
issue only by his first wife, Anne, daughter
of John Davenport, esq. of Davenport, and
co-heir of her mother, Jane, daughter and
heiress of Richard Massey, esq. of Tatton.
He was s. by his eldest son,

William Moreton, esq. of Moreton, b.
in 1577, m. Jane, daughter of Thomas Lan-
caster, esq. ofRainhill, and had issue,
John, his heir.
William, who d. s. p.
Edward, successor to his eldest bro-
Peter, ambassador from King Charles

I. to Genoa and Tuscany.
Mary, m. to Jonathan Woodnoth, esq. of


Elizabeth, m. to Randle Rode, esq. of
Odd Rode.
The eldest son,

John Moreton, esq. b. in 1596, succeeded
his father, but dying without issue, the estates
devolved upon his next surviving brother,

The Rev. Edward Moreton, of Little
Moreton, Fellow of King's College, Cam-
bridge, rector of Tattenhall, Barrow, and
Sephton, and prebendary of Chester Cathe-
dral. This gentleman espoused Margaret,
daughter of Sir William Webb, knt. and
niece of Archbishop Laud, by whom he left

at his decease, 28th February, 1674, a son
and successor,

The Right Rev. William Moreton, of
Little Moreton, Lord Bishop of Meath, b. in
1641, consecrated Bishop of Kildare, and
translated to the see of Meath. This learned
prelate espoused first, Mary, daughter of
Sir Richard Atkins, bart. of Clapham, and
had issue,

Richard, in holy orders, who d. s. p.
Annabella, m. to William Taylor, esq.
of Dublin, Barrister at Law, and
dying in 1774, aged eighty-six, left a

The Rev. Richard Taylor, of

whom hereafter, as heir to his


His lordship wedded secondly, Mary, dau.

of — Harman, esq. and relict of Sir Arthur

Jones, by whom he had,

William, his successor.
Mary, m. to Lieut.-Colonel Howard, se-
cond brother of Frances Lord How-
ard, of Effingham.
The only surviving son and heir of Bishop

Sir William Moreton, Barrister at
Law, was appointed Recorder of the city of
London, and received the honour of knight-
hood in 1755. He m. Jane, relict of John
Lawton, esq. of Lawton, but dying issue-
less in 1763, he devised his estates to the
son of his half-sister, his nephew,

The Rev. Richard Taylor, who in con-
sequence assumed the surname and arms of
Moreton, and became " of Little Mokk-
ton." He m. Frances, daughter of Wil-
liam Scrase, esq. of Brighton, and had issue,
William-Moreton, his heir.
Annabella, d. unmarried in 1787.
Sally, m. in 1789 to the Rev. Edward
Frewen, D. D. of Northiam, in
Sussex, only surviving son of Tho-
mas Frewen, M. D.
Mr. (Taylor) Moreton was s. at his de-
cease by his only son, the present Rev.
William Moreton Moreton.

Arms — Ar. a greyhound courant sa.
quartering the arms of Jordan of Maccles-
field, a co-heiress of which family was mar-
ried to one of the ancestors of Mr. More-
ton. There is a gateway still in Maccles-
field, known by the name of the " Jordan

Crest — A wolf's head couped, arg.
Family Seat — Little Moreton, Cheshire.
Present Residence — Westerham, in Kent.




PUSEY, PHILIP, esq. of Pusey, in the county of Berks, b. 25th June, 1799, m,
4th October, 1822, Lady Emily-Frances-Theresa Herbert, second daughter of Henry,
present Earl of Carnarvon, by whom he has issue,

Edith-Lucy-Bouverie, b. 15th June, 1831.

Mr. Pusey lately represented the borough of Cashal in parliament. He s. his father
in 1828.


The family of Radnor (of which noble
house this is a junior branch) claims an
ancient and honourable extraction.

Sir Jacob Bouverie, who was elevated
to the peerage 29th June, 1747, by the titles
of Lord Longford and VlSCOUNT Folkstone,
wedded first, Mary, daughter and heiress
of Bartholomew Clarke, esq. of Harding-
stone, in the county of Northampton, by
whom he had with other issue,

1. William, second Viscount Folke-
stone, who was raised to the dignity of
Earl of Radnor, with remainder, in
default of male issue to the male des-
cendants of his deceased father, 29th
Oct. 1765. His lordship's grandson
is the present

WilliamPleydell-Bouverif, third
Earl of Radnor. (See Burke's
Peerage and Baronetage.)

2. Edward, M. P. for Northampton,
who m. Harriet, daughter of Sir Eve-
rard Fawkener, knt. and had several
children .

3. Anne, m. to the Hon. and Rev.
George Talbot, D.D.

4. Mary, m. to Anthony-Ashley, Earl
of Shaftesbury,

5. Charlotte, m. to John Grant, esq. of
White Waltham.
His lordship espoused secondly, in May,
1741, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert
Lord Romney , and had an only surviving son ,
Hon. Philip Bouverie, who assumed
the surname of Pusey,* and m. in 1798,
Lucy, eldest daughter of Robert, fourth
Earl of Harborough, and widow of Sir
Thomas Cave, bart. by whom he had issue,
Philip, his heir.

Edward, in holy orders, M. A. Regius,
professor <of Hebrew in the Univer-
sity of Oxford, b. in 1800, m. 12th
June, 1828, Maria Catherine, young-
est daughter of the late John Ray-
mond Barker, esq.
William, b. in 1810.
Elizabeth, m. in 1827 to the Rev. James

H. Montagu Luxmore.
Mr. Pusey dying in 1828, the estates, and
representation of this branch of the family
devolved upon his eldest son, Philip Pusey,
esq. present proprietor of Pusey.
Arms — Gu. three bars arg.
Crest — A cat passant.
Estates — In Berkshire and Kent.
Town Residence — Upper Brook Street.
Seat — Pusey, near Faringdon, Berks.

* The Pusevs are said to have been settled at
Pusey prior to the Conquest, and to have held
that estate by Cornage, or the service of a horn,
under a grant of Canute. Camden and Fuller
both make mention of this circumstance.

The family became extinct in the male line in
1710, by the death of

Charles Pusey, esq. who bequeathed the manor
to his nephew,

John Allen, esq. who thereupon assumed the
additional surname of Pusey. This gentleman
dying without issue, the estate was further en-
tailed upon Mr. Pusev's sisters and his nieces, the
Aliens, which last ladies alternately inherited and
joined in settling the estate upon the Hon. Philip
Bouverie, nephew of Mr. Allen Pusey's wife, who
was daughter of Sir William Bouverie, bart.



ROWAN-HAMILTON, ARCHIBALD, esq. of Killyleagh Castle, in the county of

Down, b. in London, anno 1751, espoused in 1781, Sarah-
Anne, daughter of Walter Dawson, esq. of Carrickma-
cross, in the county of Monaghan, and has had issue,

Gawen-William, b. at Paris in 1783, an officer in the
royal navy, now in command of his majesty's ship
the Druid, and a companion of the Bath, ra. in 1817,
Catherine, daughter of Lieutenant General Cock-
hum, and has Archibald, with other children.

Sydney, b. in 1789, m. daughter of the late Henry

Jackson, esq. of Carrickmacross, and has a family.

Archibald, an officer in the army, d. at Gibraltar.

Frederick, of the R.N. b. in 1793, killed on the coast
of Spain, in 1811.

Dawson, b. in 1801, married and has issue.


Elizabeth, m. to Beresford, esq.

Mildred, m. to Sir Edward Ryan, knt. of the order of
Maria-Theresa, and has a son.

Harriet, m. to Crofton Fitzgerald, esq. of the county of

Francesca, m. to William Fletcher, esq. son of the late
Judge Fletcher.

This gentleman, whose patronimic is Hamilton, assumed the additional surname of
Rowan, in conformity with the testamentary injunction of his maternal grandfather,
William Rowan, esq. barrister at law, and fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, who
devised his fortune to his grandson, then a boy at Westminster school, " in the hope
that he should become a learned, sober, honest man ; live unbribed and unpensioned ;
zealous for the rights of his country ; loyal to his king ; and a true protestant without
bigotry to any sect."


The Rev. Hans Hamilton, vicar of Dun-
lop, in Scotland, wedded Margaret Denham,
daughter of the Laird of Weshiels, and had,
with three younger sons,

1 . James, (Sir) of Killyleagh, and Ban-
gor, searjeant-at-law, and privy coun-
cillor to King James the 1st. who was
created by patent dated 4th May,
1622, Viscount Clanboye. Of this
eminent person, Doctor King, in his
Essay on Men and Morals, says,
" During the reign of Queen Eliza-
beth, James the Vlth. of Scotland,
sent James Fullarton and James
Hamilton, after Lord Claneboye, to
Ireland, to keep up a correspondence
with the English nobility, and to se-
cure his interest there when the
Queen should die." His lordship
m. first, Ursula, daughter of Edward,
Lord Brabazon, of Ardee, and se-

condly, Jane, daughter of Sir John
Philips, bart. of Picton Castle, in
Pembrokeshire. His lordship dying
in 1643, was s. by his only son,
James, second Viscount Clane-
boye, who was created in 1647,
Earl of Clanbrasil.* His lord-
ship wedded the Lady Anne Ca-
rey, eldest daughter of Henry,
Earl of Monmouth, and had

James, Lord Claneboye, who

* This nobleman made a will in 1659, in which
was the following clause. " If it do happen that
my sons decease without issue and heirs of their
bodies lawfully begotten before my debts be satis-
fied, I do then appoint that my debts be first paid,
and the remainder of my estate to be divided into
five equal portions amongst the eldest sons or
issue male of my five uncles as the land can be
laid out in most just and equal divisions."



d. unmarried 8th May, 1G58,
his father then living.
Henry, who succeeded his
father, as second Earl of
Clanbrasil, m. the Lady
Alice Moore, daughter of
Henry, first Earl of Dro-
gheda, but d. without issue
in 1675, when all his ho-
nors became extinct.
Hans, d. s. p.
Jane, d. unmarried.
2. Archibald.
The second son,

Archibald Hamilton, esq. of Haleraig,
or Harrage, in the county of Lanark,
wedded first, Rachel Carmichael, and had

1. John, who m. — West, but died
before the failure of James, Earl of
Clanbrasil's issue, and consequently
the claim to one-fifth portion of that
nobleman's estate, under his lord-
ship's will, passed to his next brother.

2. James of Neilsbrook, in the county
Antrim, who inherited one-fifth of
James, Earl of Clanbrasil's estates.
He espoused Agnes, of — Kennedy
of Colan, in Carrick, and had three

Rose, who m. William Fairlie, but

died without issue.
Rachel, died unmarried.
Anne, m. to Hans Stevenson, esq.
of Ballyrott, and left an only
James Stevenson, whose eld-
est daughter and co-heir,
Dorcas Stevenson, m.
Sir John Blackwood,
and was created Ba-
roness Dufferin and
Claneboye, in 1810.
James Hamilton, of Neilsbrook, de-
vised by his last will, dated 6th Sep-
tember, 1683, the portion of the estate
of the Earl of Clanbrasil, which he
had inherited, equally between his
two brothers, Gawen and William,
and his three daughters above men-

3. Gawen, of whom presently.

4. William of Killyleagh, died in 1716,
without issue.

5. Hugh, of Dublin, merchant.
Archibald Hamilton married a second time,
and left a daughter, Jane, who wedded
Archibald Edmonstone, esq. of Braiden
Island, in the county of Antrim. His third

Gawen Hamilton, esq. of Killyleagh, in
the county of Down, m. Jane, daughter of
Archibald Hamilton, esq. and dying in 1703,
was s. by his son,

Archibald Hamilton, esq. of Killyleagh,

who espoused Mary, daughter of David
Johnstone, esq. of Tully, in the county of
Monaghan, and was s. at his decease, 25th
April, 1747, by his eldest son,

Gawen Hamilton, esq. of Killyleagh, />.

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