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John Gattacre was *. by his elder son,

John Gattacre, of Gattacre, who was s.
at his decease by his son,

Robert Gattacre, of Gattacre, who m.
Joanna, daughter of John Hoord, of Bridg-
north, and had issue,

William, his successor.


Jane, ra. to — Mitton, of Mitton.

Margery, in. to William Midleton, of

Maria, m. to John Wolrich.
Robert Gattacre was s. by his elder son,

William Gatacre, of Gatacre, who m.
Eleanor, daughter of William Mitton, esq.
and had, with other issue, two sons,

Francis, who inherited Gatacre, and
m. Elizabeth, daughter and heir of
Humphrey Swinnerton, esq. of Swin-
nerton, in the county of Stafford,
and d. 19th June, 1599. From this
marriage lineally descends the pre-
sent Edward Gatacre, esq. of Ga-


The younger son,

The Rev. Thomas Gatacre, was rector
of St. Edmund's, Lombard Street, London.
He m. Margaret, daughter of — Pigot, esq.
of the county of Hertford, and had issue,

Thomas, in holy orders, his successor.






Of this reverend and eminent person, Ful-
ler, in his Worthies of Shropshire, thus

speaks : — " Thomas Gataker was a branch
of an ancient family so planted, by Divine
Providence, at Gatacre Hall, in this county,
(Shropshire) that they have flourished the
owners thereof, by a non-interrupted suc-
cession, from the time of King Edward the
Confessor. This Thomas, being designed a
student for the law, was brought up in the
Temple ; where, in the reign of Queen
Mary, he was often present at the examina-
tion of persecuted people. Their hard usage
made him pity their persons and admirable
patience, and to approve their opinions.
This was no sooner perceived by his parents
(being of the old persuasion) but instantly
they sent him over to Louvaine in the Low
Countries, to win him to a compliance to
the popish religion, and for his better en-
couragement, settled on him an estate of
one hundred pounds per annum, old rent.
All would not do. Whereupon his father
recalled him home, and revoked his own
grant, to which his son did submit, as un-
willing to oppose the pleasure of his pa-
rents, though no such revokation could take
effect without his free consent. He after-
wards devoted his mind from the most profit-
able to the most necessary study : from law
to divinity ; and finding friends to breed him
in Oxford, he became the profitable pastor
of St. Edmund's, in Lombard Street, London,
where he died anno 1593, leaving Thomas
Gataker, his learned son, heir to his paynes
and piety." — The said

Thomas Gataker, who was also a church-
man, was rector of Rotherhithe, and B. D.
of the university of Cambridge. He was b.
4th September, 1574. He m. four times,
viz. first, Mrs. Cupper, a widow, but had no
surviving issue ; secondly, a daughter of
the Rev. Charles Vinner, and had a son,

Charles, in holy orders, his successor.

Thirdly, Dorothy, daughter of George Far-
well, esq. of Hilbishop, in Somersetshire,
and sister of Sir George and Sir John Far-
well, by whom (who d. 1627) he had two

Elizabeth, m. to William Draper, esq.


Fourthly, Elizabeth, but had no other issue.
He d. 29th July, 1654, (having been forty
years rector of Rotherhithe) and was s. by
his son,

The Rev.

Charles Gataker, M.A. rector of Hog-



gerston, in the county of Bucks. This gen-
tleman m. twice, and had issue by his first

Charles, named in his grandfather's

will, anno 1654.
Thomas, of whom presently.
Bernard, b. in 1651.

By his second wife he had a son, George,
and a daughter, Elizabeth, who both died
issueless. He d. in 1680. The second son
of the first marriage,

The Rev.

Thomas Gataker, rector of Hoggerston,
m. Barbara, daughter of Sir Thomas Heb-
blethwaite, of Norton, in the county of
York, and had issue,




George, m. — daughter of — Nash,
esq. and had issue.

"William, b. 1691, m. Anne, eldest
daughter of James Willet.

Barbara, m. first, to John Pitcairn, of
London, merchant, and had a daugh-
ter, Barbara, m. to Thomas Carter,
of Dunton, Bucks. Mrs. Pitcairn

espoused secondly, — Withers, esq.
of Kent.
Frances, m. to the Rev. Benjamin Rey-
nolds, rector of Hoggerston, and left
at her decease in 1715, a son,

Benjamin Reynolds, in holy orders,
rector of Hoggerston.

Mr. Gataker d. in 1701, and was interred in
the church of Hoggerston, where an in-
scription is engraved to his memory. He
was s. by his son,

Edward Gataker, esq. b. in 1684, who
was s. by his son,

Thomas Gataker, esq. who m. Anno,
daughter of Thomas Hill, esq. of Court of
Hill, in the county of Salop, and had issue,
Thomas, his successor.

He was s. at his decease by his son, the
present Thomas Gataker, esq. of Milden-

Arms — First, quarterly, gu. and ermine,
in the second and third quarters, three piles
issuing from the chief and pointing to tlie
base, of the first, and on a fess az. five be-
zants. Second, arg. a lion rampant per
fess sa. and gu. Third, arg. a cross pattee
fleury, at the ends sa.

Seat— Mildenhall, Suffolk.


GARRARD-DRAKE, CHARLES-BENET, esq. of Lamer, in the county of
Herts, b. 14th February, 1806, succeeded to the estates on the decease of his father,
in July, 1817.


This family, originally called Attegare,
derives its descent from

Alfred Attegare, who was seated at
Sittingbourne, in Kent. He was father of

Sir Simon Attegare, knt. whose son,

Stephen Attegare, alias Garrard, was
great-great-great grandfather of

Sir William Garrard, knt. of Dorney,
in the county of Bucks, lord mayor of
London in 1555. This gentleman wedded
Isabel, daughter and co-heir of Julius
Nethermill, esq. of Coventry, and had

i. William (Sir), his heir.
ii. George, who m. Margaret, daughter
of George Dacres, esq. of Cheshunt,



by whom lie had one son and two
daughters, viz.

George, who d. s. p.
Anne, m. to Sir Dudley Carleton,
of Brightwell, who was sub-
sequently elevated to the peer-
age as Lord Carleton, of Im-
Frances, m. to Sir Richard Har-
rison, lent, of Hurst.
III. John (Sir\ heir to his eldest

iv. Peter.

v. Anne, m. to Sir George Barne, knt.

lord mayor of London, and had issue,

(see page 139. )

Sir William died in 1571, and was buried

in St. Magnus Church, London. He was s.

by his eldest son,

Sir William Garrard, knt. of Dorney,
who wedded Elizabeth, daughter of Sir
Thomas Roe, lord mayor of London, by
Mary, his wife, daughter of Sir John Gre-
sham, knt. of London, but dying in 1607,
without surviving male issue, he was s. by
his brother,

Sir John Garrard, knt. who was sheriff
of London in 1593, and lord mayor in 1601.
He m. Jane, daughter of Richard Partridge,
citizen of London, and had, with five other
children, who all died s. p.
John (Sir), his heir.
Anne, m. to Sir John Read, of Wrang-

hill, in Lincolnshire.

Ursula, m. to Francis Hamby, esq. of
the county of Lincoln.

m. to Sir George Sams.

m. to — Lyndley, esq.

m. to — Robinson, esq. of Tot-

Sir John died 7th May, 1625, and lies
interred in St. Magnus Church, where a
handsome monument is erected to his me-
mory His son and heir,

Sir John Garrard, of Lamer, was ad-
vanced to the dignity of a Baronet, 19th
James I. and served the office of sheriff for
Herts, in the 19th, 20th, and 21st of the
foUowing reign. He wedded, first, in 1611,
Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Sir Edward
Barkham, knt. lord mayor of London, by
whom (who died in 1632) he had, with
other issue,

John (Sir), his heir.
Jane, m. to Sir Justinian Isham, of
Sir John m. secondly, Elizabeth, relict of
Sir Moulton Lambard, knt. of Sevenoak,
but had no further issue. He was s. at his
demise, by his son,

Sir John Garrard, second baronet of

Lamer. This gentleman espoused Jane,
daughter of Sir Moulton Lambard, knt. of
Sevenoak, and had issue,
John (Sir), his heir.
Samuel (Sir), successor to his brother.

Elizabeth, in. first, to Sir Nicholas
Gould, bart. and secondly, to Thomas
Neale, esq.
Jane, m. to Sir Thomas Spencer, bart.
of Yarrington.

m. to Anthony Farringdon, esq.

Rachael, m. to Richard Emmerton,
esq. of Mackeryend, Herts.
Sir John died in 1686, and was s. by his
eldest son,

Sir John Garrard, third baronet, of

Lamer, who espoused Katherine, daughter

and co-heiress of Sir James Enyon, knt. of

Flore, in Northamptonshire, and relict of

Sir George Boswell, bart. of Clipston, by

whom he left an only daughter and heiress,

Jane, who wedded Montague Drake,

esq. of Shardeloes, M.P. for Ag-

mondesham, and left, at her decease,

in 1724, (with a daughter, Mary, m.

to Sir Edmond Everard, bart.) a son,

Montague-Garrard Drake, esq.

of Shardeloes, M.P. for Ag-

mondesham, in 1713, 1715, and

1727, and for the county of
Bucks, in 1722. He m. Isabella,
daughter and heiress of Thomas
Marshall, esq. and dying in

1728, was *. by his eldest sur-
viving son,

William Drake, esq. L.L.D.
M.P. who wedded in 1746-7,
Elizabeth, daughter of John
Raworth, esq. and dying in
1796, left (with other issue,
for which see family of
Drake, of Shardeloes) a fifth
Charles Drake, of whom
presently, as heir to
his kinsman, Sir Benet
Garrard, bart.
Sir John died in 1700, and was succeeded
by his brother,

Sir Samuel Garrard, fourth baronet, of
Lamer, who sate for several years in par-
liament for the borough of Agmondesham,
and was lord mayor of Loudon in 1710.
He wedded twice, but left issue only by his
second wife, Jane, daughter of Thomas
Benet, esq. of Salthorp, in Wilts, three
sons, viz.

Samuel (Sir), his successor.
Thomas, common Serjeant of the City
of London, who m. Margaret, only
daughter of Robert Gay, esq. for-



merly M.P. for Bath, and died s. p.
in 1758.
Bexet (Sir), heir to his eldest brother.
The eldest son,

Sir SAMUEL Garrard, fifth baronet of
Lamer, dying unmarried in 1761, the title
devolved on his only surviving brother,

Sir Benet Garrard, sixth baronet of
Lamer, M.P. for Agmondersham, at whose
decease unmarried, in 1767, the Baronetcy
expired, while the manor and estates of
Lamer passed by Sir Benet's will to his

Charles Drake, fifth son of William
Drake, esq. of Shardeloes, and great grand-
son of Jane, only daughter and heiress of
Sir John Garrard, the third baronet of
Lamer. This gentleman assumed on in-
heriting the additional surname and arms
of Garrard. He wedded Anne, fourth
daughter of Miles Bame, esq. of Sotterley,
and had issue,

Charles-Benet, his heir.




Emily, m. to the Rev. John Tyrwhitt-
Drake, rector of Amersham.
Mr. Drake Garrard, who represented Ag-
mondesham in parliament, in 1796, and
1801, died in July, 1817, and was*, by his
only son, the present Charles-Benet
Drake-Garrard, esq. of Lamer.

Arms — Quarterly; first and fourth, arg.
on a fess sa. a lion passant of the field.
Second and third, arg. a wivern with \rings
displayed, and tail nowed gu.

Crests — First, a leopard sejant ppr. Se-
cond, a naked dexter hand and arm erect,
holding a battle axe sa. headed arg.

Estate — Lamer, bought by Sir William
Garrard, knt. of Sittingbourne, in Kent, in
the reign of Edward VI.

Town Residence — 95, Gloucester Place.

Seat — Lamer Park, Wheathampsted,


EVANS, EYRE, esq. of Ash Hill, in the county of Limerick, and of Miltown Castle, in

the county of Cork, b. 23rd May, 1773, m. 20th March,
1 805, Anna, eldest daughter of the late Robert Maunsell,
esq. of Limerick, formerly chief of Gangam, and mem-
ber of the supreme council at Madras, (see page 304) by
whom he has issue,

Eyre, b. 5th May, 1806, lieutenant in the 3rd dragoon

Robert-Maunsell, b. 4th May, 1808, in holy orders.
George-Thomas, b. 17th December, 1809, ensign in fV

74th regiment.
Thomas-Williams, b. 6th March, 1815.
John-Freke, b. 6th February, 1817.
Henry-Frederick, b. 12th April, 1821.

Mr. Evans inherited the estates at his birth, his father having died in the previous
month. He served the office of high-sheriff for the county of Limerick in 1810.


This is a younger branch of the noble
house of Carbery, originally of Welch
extraction, and seated in the county of

Caermarthen, whence in the reign of
James I.

John Evans, esq. removed into Ireland,



and settled there. He was living at Limer-
ick, in and before the year 1628. He left
at his decease, two sons, and three daugh-
ters, viz.

I. George, of Ballyphillip, in the county
of Cork.

II. John, a colonel in the army, mar-
ried, and had issue.

in. Deborah, m. to John Bentley, esq.
of Broadford, in the county of Clare,
iv. Catherine.

v. Eleanor, m. to Francis Taylour,
esq. of Askeaton, in the county of
The elder son,

Colonel George Evans, served in the
army raised to suppress the rebellion of
1641, and at the restoration of tranquility
settled at Ballygrennane Castle, in the
county of Limerick, where, and in the ad-
jacent county of Cork, he acquired large
estates by grants from the crown, and by
purchase. He wedded Anne, daughter of
Thomas Bowerman, esq. of the ancient
family of Bowerman, of the county of Cork,
now extinct, and had issue,
George, his successor.
John, of Miltown Castle, in the county
of Cork. This gentleman was bred
at Gray's Inn, but embraced a mili-
tary life at the revolution. He sub-
sequently entered th^ navy, and
obtained the rank of commander.
He died s. p.
Anne, m. to Christopher Rye, esq. of
Rye Court, in the county of Cork.
Colonel Evans who represented the county
of Limerick for many years in parliament,
died in 1707, at a very advanced age, having
passed a most eventful life, and was s. by
his elder son,

The Right Honorable
George Evans, of Caherass and Bulga-
den Hall, in the county of Limerick. This
gentleman was bred to the bar, but follow-
ing the example of his father and brother,
became an active partisan of the revo-
lution, and after the establishment of the
new government in Ireland, was sworn of
the privy council, made custos rotulorum of
the county of Limerick, and returned to
parliament by the borough of Charleville.
He m. in 1679, Mary, daughter of John
Eyre,* esq. of Eyre Court Castle, in the

* This branch of the Wiltshire family of Eyre,
•was established in Ireland, by

Col. John Eyre, seventh son of Giles Eyre,
esq. of Brickworth, in the county of Wilts, who
went over to that kingdom with General Ludlow,
and having- made several purchases of lands in
the counties of Galwav and Tipperary, and in the
King's county, seated himself at Eyre Court

county of Galway, M.P. for that shire, and

had issue,

i. George, who (his father declining
the honour) was elevated to the
peerage of Ireland, by privy seal,
dated at St. James's 12th of March,
1715, and by patent, 9th of May,
following, by the title of Baron
Carbery, of Carbery, in the county
of Cork, witb remainder, in default
of male issue, to the heirs male of
his father. This nobleman was grand
uncle of the present Lord Carbery,
whose branch of the family assumed
in addition to the name of Evans,
that of Freke. (See Burke's Peerage
and Baronetage.)
II. Eyre, of Portrane, in the county of
Dublin, M.P. in 1717, for the county
of Limerick, m. Sarah, second daugh-
ter and co-heiress of Thomas Dixon,
esq. of Ballylackin, in the county of
Cork, (by Elizabeth, only daughter
and heiress of Edward Bolton, esq.

castle, in the shire of Galway. After the resto-
ration of King Charles II. he was returned to
parliament by the town of Galway, and had a
patent from the crown, dated in 1662, granting
him the manor of Eyre Court, with power to em-
park eight hundred acres. Colonel Eyre, m.
Mary, daughter of Philip Bygoe, esq. who was
sheriff of the King's county in 1662, and left two

John, his heir.

Samuel, a colonel in the army before Limer-
ick in 1690, and M.P. for the town of
Galway in 1715. This gentleman m. first,
Jane, daughter of Edward Eyre, esq. of
Galwav, and secondly, Anne, sixth daugh-
ter of Robert Stratford, esq. of Baltinglass,
in the county of Wicklow. He had issue
by both marriages.
Colonel Eyre died in 1684, and was s. by his
elder son,

John Eyre, esq. of Eyre Court Castle, who
espoused Margery, daughter of Sir George Pres-
ton, of Cragmillar, in Mid-Lothian, niece of the
Duchess of Ormonde, by whom he had,
George, \
John, [

Mary, m. as in the text, to the Right Honour-
able George Evans.
Elizabeth, m. in 1706, to Richard Trench,
esq. of Garballv.
Mr. Eyre died in 1709, and was s. by his elder

George Eyre, esq. of Eyre Court Castle. This
gentleman -wedded Barbara, daughter of Lord
Coningsby, but dying s. p. in 1711, was s. by his

John Eyre, esq. of Eyre Court Castle, who m.
the Hon. Rose Plunket, dau. of Lord Louth, and
had two sons, John and Giles. He died in 1741 ,
and was s. by the elder,

John Eyre, esq. of Eyre Court Castle. This

successive inheritors of the estates.



of Clonrushe, in the Queen's county)
and was grandfather of the present
George Evans, esq. of Portrane,
M.P. for the county of Dublin.

in. Thomas, of whom presently.

IV. Mary, m. to Arthur Hyde, esq. of
Castle" Hyde, in the county of Cork,
a branch of the Clarendon family.

v. Anne, m. to John Bateman, esq. of
Killeen, in the county of Kerry.

VI. Jane, m. 31st January, 1702, to the
Rev. Chidley Coote, D.D. of Ash
Hill, in the county of Limerick,
ancestor of the extinct Lords Castle-
coote, and of the present Sir Charles
Henry Coote, bart. M.P. for the
Queen's county.

vn. Elizabeth, m, to Colonel Hugh
Massy, of Duntryleague, county of
Limerick, and was mother of Hugh,
first Lord Massy, and of Eyre, first
Lord Clarina.

vni. Dorotny, m. to the Right Hon.
John Foster, lord chief justice of the
Court of Common Pleas in Ireland.

IX. Emilia, m. to the very Rev. Wil-
liam Crowe, D.D. dean of Clonfert.

X. Catherine, m. to Sir Richard Cox,
bart. of Dunmanway, in the county

gentleman espoused Miss Jane Waller, of Castle
Waller, in the county of Limerick, and had an
only daughter, Jane, who d. unmarried in 1743.
Mr. Eyre died in 1745, and was s. by his brother,
TTie Very Rev.

Giles Eyre, dean of Killaloe, who m. the
daughter of Sir Richard Cox, and had two sons,
John, his heir.

Richard, who m. Anchoretta, daughter of —
Eyre, of Eyreville, and dying in the life
time of his brother, left, with younger

Giles, who inherited the estates at the
decease of his uncle.
Dean Eyre died in 1757, and was s. by his elder

John Eyre, esq. of Eyre Court Castle, who
was elevated to the peerage in 1768, of Ireland,
as Baron Eyre, of Eyre Court. His lordship
espoused Eleanor, daughter of James Staunton,
esq. of Galway, and had an only daughter,

Mary, m. to the Hon. Francis Caulfeild,
third son of James, third Viscount Charle-
mont, and had issue,
James Eyre Caulfeild.
Eleanor Caulfeild, who wedded the
Honourable William Howard, who
subsequently became second earl of
Mr. Caulfeild, his wife, an infant child,
and a servant, were all lost in a hurri-
cane on their passage to Ireland from
London, in 1775.
Lord Eyre died in 1792, when the peerage ex-
pired, and the estates devolved upon his nephew,
the late Giles Eyre, esq. Eyrecourt Castle.

of Cork, grandson of the celebrated
Sir Richard Cox, lord chancellor of
The Right Hon. George Evans, who was
a distinguished public character, refused a
peerage on the accession of King George
I. when the honor was conferred upon his
eldest son. He died in May, 1720, and his
body embalmed lay in state in the parliament
house until the next month, when it was
removed for interment to Ballygrennane.
His third son,

Thomas Evans, esq. of Miltown Castle, in
the county of Cork, who sate in parliament
for the borough of Castle Martyr, rn. Mary,
daughter of James Waller, esq. of Castle-
town, in the county of Limerick, governor
of Kingsale, (lineally descended from Sir
Hardress Waller, the republican general)
by whom (who died in 1762) he had issue,
Eyre, his successor.
Thomas-Waller, in holy orders, rector
of Dunmanway, in the county of
Cork, rn. 21st April, 1763, Catherine,
only daughter of James D'Arcy, esq.
of Knockaderry House, in the county
of Limerick, and sole heiress of her
brother, Colonel James D'Arcy. He
d. 24th February, 1797, leaving issue.
John, an officer in the army, on ac-
tive service during the American
war, rn. Catherine, daughter of
Robert Goskin, esq. of Maesharry,
in the countv of Cork, and widow of
— Harris, esq. but died without
Mary, m. in 1753, to George Bruce,
esq. eldest son of the very Rev.
Jonathan Bruce, D.D. dean of Kil-
fenora, and d. February, 1799.
Dorothy, rn. to Thomas Lucas, esq. of
Richfordstown, in the county of
Mr. Evans died 15th September, 1753, and
was s. by his eldest son,

Eyre Evans, esq. of Miltown Castle.
This gentleman rn. in September, 1756,
Mary, only child and sole heiress of Thomas
Williams, esq. of Ringawny, in the county
of Longford, (only son of Major Charles
Williams, by Mary Rose, sister of the right
Hon. Henry Rose, lord chief justice of the
King's Bench) and by her, who died 29th
November, 1825, aged eighty-six, had issue,
Mary, m. 17th April, 1781, to her first

cousin, the Rev. Jonathan Bruce.
Abigail, m. 6th July, 1796, to the Rev.
William Stanford, of Abbeville, in
the county of Cork, grandson of the
Right Rev. James Stopford, D. D.
bishop of Cloyne, and Anne, his wife,
■ sister of the Earl of Courtown.
Elizabeth, died unmarried.
Katherine, m. in 1792, to Thomas




Lloyd, esq. of Beechmount, M.P.

for the county of Limerick.
Mr. Evans died 6th April, 1773, leaving his
wife enceinte, who gave birth on the 23rd
May, following, to an only son, the present
Eyre Evans, esq. of Miltown Castle.

Arms — Quarterly ; first and fourth, arg.
three boars' heads couped sa. for Evans.
Second, gules, a lion rampant within a
bordure or, for Williams. Third, or, a
lion rampant reguardant sa. for Morrice.

Crest — A demi lion reguardant or, hold-
ing between his paws a boar's head couped

Motto — Libertas.

Estates — In the* counties of Cork and

Seats — Ash Hill, near Kilmallock, in the
county of Limerick, purchased from the
Coote family. Miltown Castle, county of


CLARK, WILLIAM, esq. of Belford Hall and Benton House, both in the county of

Northumberland, b. in 1766, m. first, in 1794, Ann, dau.
of James Hutchinson, esq. of Tynemouth, by whom, (who
d. in 1802) he has three daughters, viz.


Mary-Elizabeth, m. in 1822, to the Rev. W. C. King,

of Lowestoft.

He espoused secondly, Mary, daughter of William Brown,
esq. of Long Benton, and has issue,

William-Brown, b. in 1807, a magistrate for North-
John-Dixon, b. in 1812.

He wedded thirdly, Margaret, eldest daughter of George
Selby, esq. of Twizell House, in Northumberland. Mr.
Clark, who is lieutenant-colonel commanding the North
Local regiment of Militia, a deputy-lieutenant, and a
deputy vice-admiral, served the office of high-sheriff
for the county of Northumberland in 1820.


Colonel Clark is son of William Clark,
esq. late of Tynemouth, second son of Wil-
liam Clark, esq. whose family were settled
near Alnwick, in the county of Northum-
berland for a series of years.

Arms — Arg, on a chevron between three
dragons' heads erazed, az., as many roses or.

Crest — A dragon's head, as in the arms.
Motto— Fortitudo. ,

Estates — Belford, purchased in 1811 ;
Benton House, acquired in 1807.

Seats — Belford Hall and Benton House.



WESTBY, GEORGE, esq. of Mowbreck and Rawcliffe, both in the county of Lan-
caster, b. 9th March, 1789, m. 8th September, 1827,
Mary, eldest daughter of the late Major John Tate, of
his majesty's 6th West India regiment of foot, and has

Joscelyn-Tate, b. 19th August, 1831.



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