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quartrefoils all counterchanged, in the cen-
ter chief a martlet arg. for difference, for
Nairn of Seggieden.

Crest — A demi countryman ppr. holding
over his shoulders an oxen yoke or, the
boughs gu.

Motto — Diligentia fit ubertas.

Supporters — Dexter. A countryman ppr.
holding over his shoulders an oxen yoke or,
boughs gu. Sinister a Talbot, ppr.

Seat — Seggieden, upon the left bank of
the Tay, about four miles below Perth, and
Killicranky Cottage, in the pass of Killi-
cranky. About the time of John Baliol,
Seggieden and the hospital there belonged
to the monks of St. Augustine ; an order,

which first appeared in Britain in 1260.
Spottiswood has subjoined to " Hopes minor
pratiques," in his account of hospitals be-
longing to the popish clergy, that " these
hospitals were erected either for receiving
strangers, or for maintaining poor and in-
firm people, and they were governed by *
superior who was called Magister." Among
the hospitals which he enumerates is that of
" Seggieden," and Cardonnel in his pictur-
esque antiquities of Scotland gives a list of
twenty nine hospitals, one of which is Seg-

Seggieden afterwards belonged to George
Hay, first Earl of Kinnoul, Lord High
Chancellor of Scotland, who died in 1634,
and was succeeded by George, the second
Earl, who adhering to the fortunes of King
Charles I. during the civil wars, contracted
so much debt that he found it necessary to
execute a deed of division, dated 1647, by
which the lands and Barony of Seggieden
were assigned, with others, to Sir Thomas
Blair, of Balthayock. These lands were
subsequently in 1652, purchased from the
Blairs, by John Nairn.


HICKES, FOWLER, esq. A. M. Un. Oxon, of Silton Hall, in the county of York,
b. in April, 1765, barrister-at-law, and deputy-lieutenant for the North Riding' of



it 3

The family of Hickks, appears by
Thoresby's Ducatue Leodiensis, to have

held the manor of Nunnington, in the North
Biding of Yorkshire, so early as the four-
teenth century.

John Hickes, Lord of Nunnington, about
the year 1580, had two sons,


2. Robert, who remained at Nunning-
ton. This gentleman, b. in 1586,
married in 1619, Frances Wright,
and had several children. His grand-
son, Marmaduke, was mayor of Leeds
in 1666—1681, and 1694.
The elder son,

— Hickes, who took up his abode at
Nesse, near Nunnington, had two sons,
Ralph, who continued at Nesse, and

William, who migrated to Newsham
Hall, near Kirby Wisk, in the North Riding
of Yorkshire. He married Elizabeth Kaye,
and had issue,

George, b. 20th June, 1640, the celc-



brated Dr. George Hickes, Dean of
Worcester 1679, and Suffragan, Bi-
shop of Thetford, a man of universal
learning, deeply read in the primi-
tive fathers of the church, and parti-
cularly erudite in the old northern
languages and antiquities, of which
his " Linguarum veterum Septentrio-
nalium Thesaurus," and the " Gram-
matica Anglo-Saxonica" are splendid
proofs, and held in high estimation
in this country, and throughout

The death of Charles II. to whom
Dr. George Hickes was chaplain,
and his high church principles de-
prived him of the see of Bristol. At
the revolution he was an uncompro-
mising non juror, and therefore be-
reft, in 1690, of his benefices and
other church dignities. Subsequently
he espoused the cause of the Cheva-
lier, and was actively engaged in
the service of that unfortunate prince.
Dr. George Hickes died in 1715, in
the 75th year of his age.*
John, brother of George, was of dif-
ferent religious principles, and be-
came eminent as a nonconformist.
In the year 1675, having published a
pamphlet complaining of the conven-
ticle act, and of the oppression of
many honest men in Devonshire,
where he was incumbent of Stoke,
two king's messengers were sent to
apprehend him as a state criminal.
" It happened," continues Dr. Ca-
lamy in his nonconformist's memorial,
" that upon the road Dr. J. Hickes
fell into the company of these mes-
sengers, having no suspicion of them.
He travelled all the morning and
dined with them, when they talked
with great freedom against one John
Hickes as an ill man and a great enemy
to the government. He bore with
their scurrility till dinner was over,
and then going to the stable to his
horse, of which he was always tender,
he there gave them to understand he
was the person that they had so vili-
fied, and to teach them to govern
their tongues better in time to come
took his cane and corrected them till
they begged his pardon. He then
mounted his horse and rode to Lon-
don." Upon his arrival, he procured
by means of a friend in power an in-
troduction to the King, with whom he

* Zouche's Sketches, Biogr. Diet. Biogr.
Britt. last edition.

so successfully pleaded, that he not
only obtained indemnity for himself,
but for all the Devonshire noncon-
formists. In the ensuing reign join-
ing the standard of the illfated Duke
of Monmouth, to whom he was chap-
lain, he suffered death as a traitor,
A. D. 1685.*
The third son,

William Hickes, espoused Miss Mary
Oastler, and had a son,

Thomas Hickes, esq born at Newsham
Hall. He m. Miss Mary Fowler, and had

George, who left issue one son, George.


Thomas, who died in America, leaving

no issue.
Mr. Hickes died in 1781. His second son,
Fowler Hickes, esq. of Silton Hall, in
the North Riding of Yorkshire, married
Jane, only child of John Topping, esq.
lineally descended maternally from the
Gildarts, representatives of the town of
Liverpool, in many successive parliaments,
and had by her an only son, the present
Fowler Hickes, esq. of Silton Hall.

Arms — Gu. a fesse wavy, between three
fleurs de lys or.

Crest — A buck's head couped at the
shoulder or, gorged with a chaplet vert, gu.
Motto — Tout en bonne heure.
Estates — In Yorkshire, Silton, otherwise
Silton Pagnell, North Riding of that
county, an ancient seat of the Constables,
of Burton Constable.

Seat — Silton Hall, near Thirsk.
Note — A Branch of the family of Hickes,
of Nunnington, early in the sixteenth century
settled in Gloucestershire, and was elevated
to the peerage in the person of Sir Baptist
Hickes, who was created Baron Hickes, of
Ilmington, in the county of Warwick, and
Viscount Campden, of Campden, com. Glost.
His lordship died in 1629, and was succeeded
by (the husband of his eldest daughter) Ed-
ward Noel, esq. (See Burke's Extinct and
Dormant Peerage).

The Viscount's elder brother Sir Michael
Hickes, knt. bred to the bar, was secretary
to the Lord High Treasurer Burghley. He
purchased the estate of Beverstone, in Glou-
cestershire, and on his decease was succeeded
by his eldest son William Hickes, esq. of
Beverston, created a Baronet 25th July,
1619. Sir William married Margaret, dau.
of William Lord Paget.

* Calamy, Faliuer and Biogr. Britt. last



ARUNDEL-HARRIS, WILLIAM-ARUNDEL, esq. of Lifton Park, in the county
of Devon, b. 17th September, 1794, espoused Mary-Lucinda, second daughter of
William Webber, esq. of Exmouth, and has had issue,

Williara-Arundel-W r alpole, b. 24th June, 1816, and died in the October of the

same year.
William-Reinfrid-Arundel, b. 12th January, 1822.

Mr. Harris-Arundel, who re-assumed the surname of Arundel in 1822, served the
office of high-sheriff of Cornwall in 1817. He is a magistrate for the counties of
Devon and Cornwall, and a deputy-lieutenant for the former shire.


The ancient and eminent family of Arun-
del, of Trerice, now represented by W.
A. Harris-Arundel, esq. of Lifton, derives
its descent from

Roger de Arundel, who held twenty
lordships in the county of Somerset, 20th
William the Conqueror. He was s. at his
decease by his son,

Gilbert de Arundel, who acquired
lands in Dorsetshire and Wilts, temp. King
Stephen. He wedded Rosamond de No-
vant, and left a son and heir,

Richard de Arundel, who accounted for
£40. knights' fees, 7th Henry II. He m.
Juliana , and was s. by his son,

Reinfrid de Arundel, who espoused
Alice de Butler, and was father of

Sir Reinfrid Arundel, living in the 15th
Henry III. This gentleman in. Alice de
Lanherne, and was s. by his son,

Sir Humphrey Arundel, who wedded
Joan Umphraville, and had a son and heir,

Sir Ralph Arundel, sheriff' of Cornwall
in 1260. This feudal lord m. Eve, daughter
of Sir Richard de Roche, of Roche, and was
s. by his only son,

Renifrick Arundel, who wedd d Mar-
garet Trombleigh, and left a son and suc-

Sir John Arundel, knt. of Lanherne, in
the county of Cornwall, who espoused Joan,
daughter of John De la Beere, of Somerset-
shire, and had issue. Sir John Arundel was
s. at his demise by his son,

John Arundel. This gentleman m. Eli-
zabeth, daughter of Sir Oliver Carminowe,
by whom, who d. in 1363, he left a son and

Sir John Arundel, knt. marshall of Eng-
land, in the reign of Richard II. who m.
Joan, daughter and co-heiress of Sir William
de Lustock, knt. of Lustook, in Devon, and
was s. by his son,

Sir John Arundel, of Lanherne, sheriff"
of Cornwall in 1418, 1424, and 1427, and
created a Knight of the Bath at the corona-
tion of Henry IV. who wedded Eleanor,
daughter and heir of Sir William Lamborne,
knt. hy Joan, his wife, daughter and heiress
of Ralph Soor, of Talverne, and had three

John (Sir), of Lanherne, from whom
the Arundels, of Wardour. (See
Burke's Peerage.)

Thomas, of whom we are about to

Humphrey, who m. Joan, daughter of



Sir John Coleshill, and had two sons,

John, Bishop of Exeter in 1501.
Humphrey (Sir), who to. Eliza-
beth Hoyard, and d. s. p.
The second son,

Thomas Arundel, of Kenelhelwas, mar-
ried Mary, daughter of Durnford, of Durn-
ford, in the county of Somerset, and was *-.
by his son,

Sir Oliver Arundel, Lord of Carshay,
or the English Castle, who to. Margery,
daughter and co-heir of Ralph, Lord of Al-
bominster, son of George, Lord Arundel,
and the Lady Maud, his wife, and left a son
and heir,

Ralph Arindel, of Kenelhelwas, who
to. in 1422, Joan, daughter and sole heiress
of Michael Trerice, and was s. at his de-
cease, by his son,

Nicholas Arundel, who wedded Jane,
daughter of Peller, Lord of Peller, &c. and
was s. by his son,

Sir John Arundel, knt. of Trerice. This
gentleman married Jane, daughter and
heiress of John Durant, and had issue,
Nicholas, his heir.

Richard, who left with a son, who died
j. p. a daughter, who m. — Vyvyan,
of Trelovvarren.
Sir John was s. at his decease, by his son,

Nicholas Arundel, who m. Jane, daugh-
ter and heir of Edward St. John, and had
Leonard, who predeceased his father

without issue.
John (Sir) his heir

Alexander, who to. Jane, daughter of
William Lanyon, and, by this mar-
riage, was ancestor of the Arundels
of Leigh.
The eldest surviving son and heir,

Sir John Arundel, of Trerice, espoused
Amy or Anne, daughter of Sir Walter
Moyle, of the county of Kent, and dying in
1561, left issue,

I. John (Sir), of Trerice, whose great-

Richard Arundel,* was elevated
to the peerage in 1664 as Baron
Arundel, of Trerice. The
male line of this nobleman hav-
ing failed, the representation of
the Arundels of Trerice has
passed to the descendant of Ro-
bert, the second son of Sir John
Arundel, by his wife, Amy
Moyle, namely, the present
W. A. Harris-Arundel, esq. of

II. Roeert, of whom presently.

' From Francis Arundel, brother of the first
peer, descended the Trengwainton Akbndels.

III. Nicholas, ) , ., .. ,

iv. Walter, J both died *. p.

The second son of Sir John,

Sir Robert Arundel, f styled knight on
his tombstone in Camborne Church, is
named in the will of his father, Sir John
Arundel, of Trerice (as are the other sons
and daughters of that gentleman), by which
the estate of Menedarva is given to him and
his heirs for ever. He to. first, Eleanor,
daughter of Robert Southwood, but by her
had no issue. He wedded secondly, Eliza-
beth, daughter of William Clopton, esq. of
Warwick, by his wife, a daughter of the
ennobled house of Grey, and had
Christopher, his heir.
John, who m. in 1583, Elizabeth, daugh-
ter of — Trenwith.
Jacquetta, to. to Bosawsack, of Bosaw-


Julian, to. to Carew, of Antonie.
Sir Robert Arundel died in 1580, and was
s. by his eldest son,

Christopher Arundel, esq. of Mene-
darva, named in the will of his grandfather,
Arundel of Trerice. This gentleman to. in
1583, Katherine, daughter of William Chi-
verton, esq. of Paul, in the county of Corn-
wall, and had issue,
William, his heir.

John, who to. Anne Pendarves, and
had issue, John, baptized, at Cam-
borne, 7th September, 1623 ; Eliza-
beth, baptized, at Camborne, 23rd
May, 1626.
Margery. ;«• ♦

Elizabeth, m. to David Grosse, esq.
The eldest son and heir,

William Arundel, esq. of Menedarva,
married, in 1608, Dorcas, daughter of E.
Grosse, esq. of Camborne, by whom (who
died in 1644, and lies buried at Camborne)
he had six sons and a daughter, viz.

I. Ezekiol, his heir.

n. William.

in. John.

iv. Robert, who to. Elizabeth Pen-
darves, of Roserowe, and had issue,
Nicholas, who went to Malaga, in
Spain, and married there about

t See Harleian MSS. Vis. of Cornwall, cod.
1162, pi. 56 D. another, cod. 1079, 65 B. and a
third, 1149, 66 B. This gentleman, in the ori-
ginal visitation of Cornwall, is registered as a
knight, and as second son of Sir John Arundel, of
Trerice and Camborne, knt. by Anne, daughter of
Sir Walter Moyle.



1674, as appears by the plead-
ings at the trial at Launeeston,
in 1692. He died in 1683, leav-
ing (with an only daughter, who
accompanied her mother and
brother to England in 1691) an
only surviving son,

William, of whom hereafter
as inheritor of the estates
and representation of the
v. Francis,
vi. James.

vii. Catherine, m. to Richard Pen-
darves, esq.
William Arundel died in 1631, and was
buried at Camborne. His eldest son and

Ezekiol Arundel, esq. espoused Mar-
gery Bossaverne, and had (with a daughter,
Margery, baptized, at Camborne, 7th April,
1641) an only son,

William Arundel, esq. baptized, at
Camborne, 11th August, 1639, who died
without issue in 1692, and was succeeded by
his cousin,

William Arundel, esq. aged three months
at the death of his father. This gentleman
on his return from Spain had to institute
proceedings for the recovery of the family
estates. The case was tried at Launeeston,
and decided in his favour, anno 1692. He
m. in 1700, Elizabeth Tremenheere, and
had issue,

William, his heir.
Mr. Arundel dying in 1708, was buried
at Camborne, and s. by his son,

William Arundel, esq. of Menedarva
and Trengwainton, who m. first, in 1724,
Jane, daughter of Christopher Harris, esq.
of Hayne, and sister of John Harris, master
of the household to Kings George II. and
George III. which John settled lands in
Devon and Cornwall upon the said Jane
and her issue. By this lady he had a
daughter, Jane, married to — Starmer, esq.

and a son, William, his heir. Mr. Arun-
del wedded, secondly, the daughter of —
Pendarves, esq. and relict of — Williams,
esq. but had no further issue. He was s. at
his decease by his son,

William Arundel, of Trengwainton and
Menedarva, b. in 1725, who assumed, in
1776, the surname and arms of Harris. He
m. first, Wilmot Daniell, of Crane, and se-
condly, Frances Nicolls, by the former of
whom only he had issue, viz.

William, his heir.

John, who m. Maria, daughter of —
Sanders, esq. and had issue,

1. William.

2. Anne.

3. Maria.

4. Lydia.

5. Laura, who d. s. p. in 1 820.





Mr. (Arundel) Harris d. in 1792, and was
s. by his eldest son,

The Rev. William Arundel-Harris, of
Kenegie and Lifton, who m. in 1793, Mary,
daughter of John Beard, esq. of Hall Whyd-
don, in Cornwall, and left at his decease a
son and heir, the present William-Arundel
Harris-Arundel, esq. of Lifton, now re-
presentative of the Arundels, of Trerice.

Arms— Quarterly, first and fourth, sa. six
swallows arg. three, two, one, for Arundel.
Second and third, sa. within a border, three
crescents argent, for Harris.

Crest — First, a stag's head ppr. horned
or ; second, on a chapeau sa. turned up er-
mine, a martlet arg. for Arundel ; third, an
eagle rising ermine, beaked and spurred or,
for Harris.

Mottoes — For Arundel, De Hirundine,
and Nulli praeda. For Harris, Kar Deu.
Res. Pub. tra.

Estates — In Devon.

Seat— Lifton Park, Devon.



BAVERSTOCK, JANE, of Windsor, in the county of Berks, b. in 1750-1. This

lady, the daughter of the Rev. John Hinton, and heiress
of her mother, m. in 1769, James, youngest son of
Thomas Baverstock, esq. of Alton, by whom (who d.
at Southampton, 26th December, 1815, and was interred
at Alton) she has had issue,

I. Thomas, who espoused Margaret, daughter of Captain
Valiancy, (late major of brigade to the forces in Ire-
land, and secretary to the commander-in-chief,) but d.
s. p. in 1816.

II. James-Hinton, F.S.A. b. 31st December, 1785, to.
first, in 1809, Mary, daughter and co-heiress of Bridger
Seward, esq. of Chawton, by Mary Duncombe, his
wife, descended from an ancient Surrey family, and
has issue,

James-Hinton, b. in 1815.



He wedded, secondly, Miss Hannah Seward, by whom
he has,

John, b. in 1822.

Thomas Bosville-Boteler, b. in 1830.




III. Jane, m. to Montagu Grover, esq. of Boveney, in
Bucks, d. s. p. in 1808.

iv. Frances.

Mrs. Baverstock, whose descent is highly honorable, counts amongst her progenitors
some of the most ancient houses in the kingdom ; she represents solely the Hintons, of
Newbury, the Martins, of Witney and Ensham, the Knights, of Chawton, and the
Botelers, of Fryerning, in Essex, while as a co-heir, she is partly representative of the
Knightly family, of Bosville, of Eynsford.


Michael Martin, esq. of Ensham, in the
county of Oxford, born in 1545, died in
1610, leaving a son and heir,

Richard Martin, esq. of Ensham, b. in
1573, who m. a lady named Joan, but of
what family is not ascertained, and left at his
decease in 1617, three sons, viz.

1. Richard, b. in 1612, who wedded
Dorothy, daughter of Stephen, and
sister to Richard Knight, esq. of
Chawton. (See family of Knight,
of Godmersham.)

2. Michael, who died s. p.

3. Edward.
The third son,

Edward Martin, esq. of Whitney, in
Oxfordshire, espoused Anne, daughter of

— Brice, of the same place, and had an only
dau. and heiress, Joan Martin, who married

The Rev. John Hinton, prebendary of
Sarum, rector of Newbury, &c. and had,
with younger children, a son,

The Rev. Edward Hinton, rector of
Sheering, in Essex, b. in 1671, who wedded
Mary, daughter, and eventually sole heiress
of the Rev. Francis Bridge, D D. of Hat-
field Broad Oak, by his wife, Martha, daugh-
ter of Thomas Boteler, of Fryerning. By
this lady he had a son, who died an infant,
and a daughter,

Martha Hinton, who espoused in 1745,
her cousin, the Rev. John Hinton, (son of
John, fifth son of the rector of Newbury)
and had an only surviving child,



Jane Hinton, heiress to her mother,
and the families which that lady
represented. She wedded, as previ-
ously stated, James Baverstock, esq.
of Alton and Windsor.
The Rev. John Hinton m. secondly, Eliza-
beth, daughter of Thomas Harrison, esq. of
Amery, in Alton, by whom he had, with
three surviving daughters, an only son,
John-Knight Hinton. Mr. Hinton died
in 1802, at his rectory of Chawton, to which
living he had been presented in 1744, pur-
suant to a bequest in the will of his kins-
woman, Mrs. Knight.


The Bosvills were originally from York-
shire, where several distinct branches for-
merly flourished, and where some still
remain. In the course of a long and un-
broken descent they allied with families of
high distinction through whom they became
connected with many of the princely and
noble houses of Europe.

Sir Ralph Bosville, of Bradburne,
(second son of John Bosvile, of Gunthwaite,
in Yorkshire) appears to have been the first
of this family who settled in Kent. Sir
Ralph, who was clerk of the court of wards
and liveries, espoused Anne, daughter of
Sir Richard Clement, of the Moat, in Igh-
tham, (by Anne, his wife, relict of John
Grey, brother of Thomas, second marquess
of Dorset, and grandson to Elizabeth
Widville, queen consort of Edward IV.)
and dying in 1580, left, with other issue,

Sir Robert Bosville (his second son).
This gentleman espousing Elizabeth, only
daughter and heiress of John Sybil, of
Eynsford, acquired that estate, and settled
there about the year 1586. Sir Robert died
in 1623, and was s. by his son,

Sir Henry Bosville, of Eynsford, b. in
1587, who m. Isabella,* eldest daughter of
Sir Thomas Wiseman, of Rivenhall, in
Essex, and had (with other children, of
whose descendants, if there were any, no
trace remains)

1. Thomas (Sir), whose granddaughter
and heiress,

Margaret Bosville, in. Sir Robert
Marsham, of Bushy Hall, Herts.
The great-great grandson of this
marriage is the present,

* This lady was lineally descended from Sir
Thomas More. Her mother being Isabel, daugh-
ter of Anthony, second son of William Roper, of
Eltham, by Margaret, the chancellor's favorite

Charles Marsham, Earl of
Romney (See Burke's Peer-
age and Baronetage).

2. Henry (Sir), who died s. p. in 1702.

3. Isabella.

The eldest daughter of Sir Henry,

Isabella Bosville, wedded in 1637,
Thomas Boteler,! esq. of Fryerning, by
whom (who died in 1681) she had several
children, all of whom died without issue,
except one of the daughters, Martha, of
whom hereafter, as eventual heiress of the
family. The eldest son and heir,

The Rev. Thomas Boteler, of Trinity
College, Cambridge, died unmarried in

t A member of the ancient house of Boteler
John Boteler, of Yatton, living temp. Edward
I. fifth in lineal descent from Radulphus Pincerna,
espoused Anne Hanbury, and was s. at his decease
by his son,

John Boteler, to whom succeeded,

Nicholas Boteler, who m. in the rei<m of
Edward III. Jane, daughter and heiress of —
Boteler, of Droitwich, and had a son,

William Boteler, who m. Margaret, daughter
and heiress of John Webb, of Wyche, in the county
of Worcester, by Elizabeth, daughter and heiress
of John Froxmere, and was s. by his son,

William Boteler, of Wyche, living temp.
Henry VI. This gentleman espoused Isabel, or
Elizabeth, daughter of — Bradwell, and had, by
her, a son and successor,

William Boteler, of Wyche, who to. Dionisda,
daughter of — Barnesley, and was s. by his son,

William Boteler, of Wyche, who espoused
Jane, daughter and heiress of Bachecote, and died
in 1509, leaving a son and heir,

George Boteler, esq. of Shambrooke, in the
county of Bedford, who m. Mary, daughter of
Richard Throgmorton, esq. of Highhamsike, in
the county of Northampton, and granddaughter ot
Sir Robert Throckmorton, by whom he left, with
other issue, at his decease in 1551, a son and

John Boteler, esq. of Shambrook, who m. first,
Cressida, daughter of Sir John St. John, of Blet-
shoe, in the county of Bedford, and secondly,
Mary, daughter of John Gedge, of Essex, sur-
veyor to Queen Mary. By the first lady he had,
inter alios,

1. Oliver (Sir), of Shambrook and Barham
Court, in Kent, ancestor of the Baronets
Boteler, which family became Extinct on
the death of Sir Philip Boteler, bart. in

2. John.
The second son,

John Boteler, esq. of Little Birch Hall, and
of Fryerning, in Essex, living in 1634, married
Jane, daughter of Edward Elliot, esq. of Newland
Hall, and was s. by his second, but only surviving

Thomas Boteler, esq. of Fryerning, who wed-
ded, as in the text, Isabel, daughter of Henry Sir
Bosville, of Eynsford, in Kent.



1709, when the representation of the family
devolved upon his only surviving sisters,
Mary, who died unmarried, and was buried
at Chawton in 1746, and

Martha Boteler, who espoused the Rev.
Francis Bridge, of Hatfield Broad Oak,

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