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tive peer of that country, he enjoys no seat in


The first peer of this noble family was
Barry Yhlvbbtow, an eloquent and successful
practitioner at the Irish Bar, who, after filling the
office of attorney-general of that country, in 1782
was raised to the bench, as lord chief baron of the
exchequer, and created Lord YdTerton, Baron of
Avonmore, 16th June, 1799 : in Dccembei, 1800,
his lordship was advanced to the dignity of viscount.
Lord Avonmore, while Mr. Yetvertoo, (2nd July,
17*1,) married Mary, daughter of William Nugent,
esq. of Clonlost, by whom he had four children :
his lordship d. 19th August, 1805, and was succeeded
"bj his eldest son,

Willi am-Chablbs, 6. 5th July, 1769 1 m. 1st
September, 1787. Mary, eldest daughter of John
Reade, esq. of East Cowes, Hampshire, by whom
he had issue Barry-John, the present viscount, and
four other children.


Mom, inBngUon,
They will rise again.
Town RoHdence—
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Pinch), and Baron Guernsey, P.S.A., 0. 23rd
February, 1789; succeeded to the family honors

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nnon the decease of his father, the 21st
1812; m. 29th April, 1821, Augusta-Sophia
viile, sister to the Earl of Warwick, ny m
he has issue a daughter, and a son, Lord Gi
sey, 6. 24th December, 1824,


The second son of the Earl of Nottingham,

Hbnbaob Finch, being called to the bar, was
appoiuted solicitor-general, 13th January, 1678, and
obtained so much celebrity as a lawyer, that he was
chosen (having been previously removed from bis
official station by James the Second,) one of the
principal council to defend the seven bishops. On
the 15th March, 1703-4, he was created. Baron of
Guernsey, and, upon the accession of George the
Pint, 19th October, 1714. Earl of Aylesford. His
lordship died 22nd July, 1719, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

Hbnbaob, who was succeeded, on the 29th of
June, 1757, by his only son,

Hbnbaob, 6. 6th November, 1715} m. 6th Octo-
ber, 1750, Charlotte, youngest daughter of the sixth
Duke of .Somerset, by whom he had eleven children.
His lordship d. 9th May, 1770, and was succeeded
by his eldest son,

Hbnbaob, 6. 15th July, 1751 ; m. 18th November,
1781, Louisa Thynne, daughter of the first Mar-
quess of Bath, by whom he had issue Heneage, the
present earl, and eight other children. His lordship
was lord steward of the household.
Motto, in KngHoh,
Great in adversity, equal in prosperity.

Town Resident*— 7, Audley-square.

Country Boat— Packington, Warwickshire.

AYLM ER, LORD, (Matthew Aylroer,) Ba-
ron of Balrath, county of Meath, Ireland, a ba-
ronet of that kingdom, and K.C.B., a major-
general in the army ; o. 24th May, 1775 ; suc-
ceeded to the title upon the decease of his father,
22nd October. 1780; m. 4th August, 1801,
Louisa, second daughter of Sir John Call, bart
of Whiteford, Cornwall

Lord Aylroer being solely an Irish peer, and
not a representative one, enjoys no seat in par-


The first nobleman was

Admibal, Mattrbw Atlmbr, second son of Sir
Christopher Aylmer, who was created a baronet of
Ireland in 1662. The admiral was elevated to the
peerage by creation, in 1718, as Baron Aylmer, of
Baliath; he died 18th August, 1724, and was suc-
ceeded by his son,

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Hbbby ; to whom succeeded, on the 16th Febru-
ary, 1798, hit second and eldest surviving ton,

Hbbby, who was succeeded by his only ton,

Hbbby, who nu 23rd February, 177*. Catharine,
lister to the Earl of Whitworth, by whom he had
issue Matthew, the present peer, and four other


Town Residence —

Country Residence—

BACON, SIR EDMUND, of Redgrave,


». 1779; «. 27th August, 1801, Aooe, daughter
of Edward-Dashwood Bateman, esq. of Ottery
St. Mary, Devonshire, by whom he haa issue
Edmund, o. in 1803, and three daughter*. Sir
Edmuitd succeeded to the title upon the demise
of his fether, 5th September, 1820.


The first baronet created In England was

Sin Nicholas Bacon, knight, eldest son of Sir
Nicholas Bacon, lord keeper in the reign of Elisa-
beth, and half-brother to the celebrated Lord Chan-
cellor Bacon, Baron Veruhun, and Viscount St. Al-
bans : the creation took place upon the 23nd May,
1611. Sir Nicholas had by his only wife, to whom
he was married fifty-two years, twelre children, and
was succeeded upon his death, in 1624, by his eldest

Srn Edmund, who dying without issue, on the
10th of April, 1649, the title devolved upon his bro-

Sin Robbst. This gentleman had nine sons and
three daughters, and dying in 1655, was succeeded
by the son of his seventh son.

Sib Edmund, who, although he had six sons and
ten daughters, died without male issue ; whereupon
the title devolved upon his deceased uncle's, Butts
Bacon's, son.

Sin Robbbt, who died 31st January, 1704, and
was succeeded by bis son,

Sib Edmund. This gentleman had a seat in par-
liament for many years. He m. in 1719* Mary,
daughter of Sir Robert Kempt, hart by whom he
had four daughters, but no son ; in consequence of
which, the title, upon his demise in June, 17*** de-
scended to his remote relation,

Sib Edmund, the great-great-great-great grandson
of the first baronet, Sir Nicholas, being the direct
descendant of his fourth son. Butts Bacon, upon
whom a baronet c y was also conferred on the 29th of
July, 1627 1 thus, in this gentleman the honors of
both branches of the family became united. Sir
Edmund dying unmarried, was succeeded by bis

8ib Hbnby, who, also dying a bachelor, was suc-
eseded by bis brother,

Sib Ricbabb. This gentleman married twice,
but dying childless, the family honors devolved upon
his nephew,

Sib Edmund, son to Castell Bacon, esq. b. 1749 ;


nu Anne, daughter of Sir WUUam-Beauchamp Proc-
tor, hart by whom he had issue Edmund, the pre-
sent baronet, another son, and two daughters.
Motto, in English,
Mediocrity is firm.

Town Residence—

Country Seat— .Raveningham, Suffolk.

BAGOT, BARON, (William Bagot,) of
Blhhfield, Staffordshire ; a baronet, F.A.S. and
F.L.S. ; 6. Sept. 11, 1773 ; succeeded to the title
apon the demise of his father, 22nd Oct. 1798 ;
m. 30th May, 1799, Emily, daughter of the first
Lord Southampton, by whom he had one daugh-
ter, who died in infancy. Her ladyship dying
the 8th of June, 1808, Lord Bagot married a
second time, 17th February, 1807, Louisa, eldest
daughter of the third Earl of Dartmouth, by
whom he has issue William, b, 27th March,
181 1, with two more sons, and four daughters.


The Bagot family obtained its baronetcy 30th of
May, 1627* in the person of Hervey Bagot, esq. of
Blythefield, whose descendant,

William Baoot, the sixth baronet, was elevated
to the peerage, on the 17th of October, 1780, by the
title of Baron Bagot, of Blithfield. His lordship nu
on the 20th of August, 1760, when Mr. Bagot,
Louisa, only surviving daughter of the second Vis*
count BoUngbroke, by whom he had issue William,
the present peer, and several other children.
Motto, in English,
Possessing antiquity.

Town Residence — 19, Great Cumberland-street.

Country Soa*— Blithfield, near Litchfield, Staf-

BA1LL1E, SIR WILLIAM, baronet, of
Polkemmet, county of Linlithgow ; ss. 2Mb of
April, 1815, Mary, daughter of James Denis-
town, esq. of Cohrrain, Dumbartonshire, by whom
he has issue William, b. 2nd February, 1816,
and five other children. Mr. Baillie was created
a baronet, on the 14th of November, 1823.


The father of the baronet was William Baillie,
esq. of Polkemmet, who, upon being appointed one
of the lords of session in Scotland, in 1793, assumed
the title of Lord Polkemmet. He resigned his offi-
cial station in 1811.

Motto, in English,
It shines In darkness.

Town Residence —

Country Sent— Polkemmet.

BAIRD, SIR DAVID, baronet, of Yardley-
Bury, Herts, and Perotoo, Perthshire, G.C.B.
and K.C., a general in the army, and colonel of
the 24th regiment of foot ; created 13th April,
1809, with remainder, in default of male issue,
to his brother, Robert Baird, esq. of Newbyth ;
nu 4th August, 1810, Miss Campbell, of Fern-
ton, by whom he has no issue. Sir David Baird
has distinguished himself re)ieatedly in the field,

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bat particularly in leading the storming party at
Seringapatam, subsequently in Kgypt, and at the
battle of Coranna, where he was deprived of an
' arm.


The family of Baud have been baronets of Scot-
land tinee the year 1680.

By strength and courage.

Town Residence —

Country Seat — Yardley Bury, Herts ; and Fern-
ton, Perthshire.

baronet, of Loventor, Devonshire, F.R.S. and
F.SA. ; succeeded to the title upon the demise
of his father. 15th June, 1809 ; s*. in 1814,
Harriet, third daughter of Sir John Simeon, hart
by whom he has issue two sons ; the eldest 6. at
Paris, 16th of June, 1816, and the other 29th of
June, 1822.

Lineage. m

Doctor Baker, one of the royal physicians, being
created a baronet, on the 14th August, 1776, became
Sin Gsoaoa: nu Jane, daughter, of Roger Mor-
ris, esq. by whom he had issue Frederick-Francis,
the present baronet, and one daughter.
Tmoh Rs«idenc*—U, Orafton-f treet, Bond-street
Qmntiy &at— Loventor, Devonshire.
LHtlehales,) of Ashcombe, Sussex, formerly an
officer of rank in the army ; created 2nd Septem-
ber, 1802; nu 22nd July, 1805, Lady Elizabeth-
Mary, third daughter of the second Duke of
Letnster, by whom he has issue one son and
two daughters. On the 6th January, 1817, Sir
Edward, who, op to that period, bore the name
of Littlehaiee, assumed, by royal permission, the
surname of Baker only, and the arms of Baker
and LHtlehales.

Motto, in English,
The end crowns the work.
Town Reeidence —
Country Seat — Ashcombe, Sussex.
BAKER, SIR ROBERT, baronet, of Upper
Dunstable House, Surrey, and of Nicholas-
Chayne, Devonshire ; m. in 1783, Diana, daugh-
ter and sole heiress of Alderman Hariey, of
London, by whom he had issue four sons and
four daughters. The second son, Henry-Lor-
raine, b. 3rd January, 1787, is the eldest survi-
ving. The thle was conferred upon the present
baronet on the 1 1th May, 1796.
Town Reeidence —

Qmntiy Seat — Upper Dunstable House, Surrey.
say.) Fifcshire, and Lord Lindsay, of Cummer-
land; b. 24th August, 1784 ; nu in December,
1811, Maria-Frances, only daughter of John,
Lord Muncaster, by whom be has issue Lord
Lindsay, b. in October, 1812, and another son. b,
27th September, 1815. His lordship succeeded


to the title opon the demise of his father, the
27th March, 1825 ; he had previously a seat in
the house of commons as representative of

The honors of the house of Balcarras being
solely of Scotland, it possesses no hereditary
seat in parliament


The family of Lindsay is of remote antiquity in
Scotland, and has produced more than one noble
scion , the present branch can trace its origin to the
Earls of Crawford.

Sib David Lindsay, who was created Lord Lind-
say, of Balcarras, 27th June, 1033, being grandson
of the Honorable John Lindsay, the second son of
the eighth Earl of Crawford. His lordship d. in
March, 1641, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

Alexandra, who, on the 9th of January, 1650-1,
was advanced to the earldom of Balcarras. His
lordship nu the daughter and co-heiress of the first
Earl of Seaforth, by whom he had issue Charles and
Colin, and three daughters. The earl died 30th
August, 1659, and was succeeded by his son,

Charlbs. This nobleman dying unmarried, the
family honors devolved upon his brother,

Colin, who married thrice, and was succeeded by
his eldest son,

Alkxandkb, who died without issue; when his

Jambs, inherited. This nobleman nu on the 24th
October, 1749, Anne, daughter of Sir Robert Dal-
rymple, of Castletown, knt. by whom he had issue
(with ten other children, one of whom was Charles
Oalrymple, Lord Bishop of Kildare) his successor,

Albxavdbr, who sat in parliament as one of the
representative peers of Scotland; was a general
officer in the army, and colonel of the 63rd regiment
of foot. His lordshi p succeeded to the family honon
upon the demise of his father, 20th February, 1768,
and nu 1st June, 1780, his first cousin, Elisabeth,
only child of Charles Dalryraple, esq., (this lady in-
herited the Heigh property, upon failure of issue in
her maternal family, the Bradshaigs,) by whom he
had issue James, the present peer, and five other

Motto, in EngtUh,
The stars ray camp, the Deity my light.
Town Residence-
Country Seat— Heigh Hall, Lancashire.
of Blofield, Norfolk, b. 27th October, 1786;
succeeded to the titio upon the demise of bis
mther, on the 20th October, 1809.


The first baronet was

Albxaic dbb-Johw, third son of Robert Ball, esq.
of Ebworth, Gloucestershire, rear admiral of die
blue ; created 94th June, 1801 ; nu 7th July, 1785,
Mary Smith, daughter of John Wilson, esq. of West-
minster, by whom he had an only child, WUHara-
Keith, the present baronet

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Town Residmoe—2, Upper Seymour-street.
Country Ssa^Biofleid, Norfolk. „
WICK, baronet, of Haddington Park, Somer-
setshire, b. in 1786; m- 2nd May, 1807, Emma,
only daughter of the Reverend Ralph Sneyd, by
whom he has no issue. Sir George succeeded
to the title upon the death of his father, by
the hand of an assassin, on the 19th of April,


Sib Johx Bamppyldb, the first baronet, was
raised to that dignity on the 14th of July, 1641 ; he
m. Gertrude, daughter at Amia* Coplestone, esq. by
whom he had thirteen children ; by the eldest of

Sia Coplkstonb, he was succeeded. This gen-
tleman married twice, and, upon his decease, the title
devolved upon his grandson,

Sia Coplkstonk-Warwick, who died in 1727,
and was succeeded by his only son,

Sir Richard-Warwick; who m. 1st August,
1749, Jane, daughter and sole heiress of Colonel Cod-
rington, of Wraxhall, Somersetshire, by whom he
had six sons and seven daughters » he died 15th Au-
gust, 1770* and was succeeded by his second and
eldest surviving son,

Sia Ch a blics- Warwick, D.C.L., 6. 23rd Janu-
ary, 1753; m. the eldest daughter of Sir John Moore,
bait, by whom he had issue' the present baronet and
another son. Sir Charles was assassinated in April,
1893, by a person named Moreland, who shot him
through the body, and afterwards killed himself.
Motto, in English,
To rejoice in the Lord.

IWh Residence — 19, Grosvenor-squftre.

Country Seats— Poltimore and North Motton, De-
vonshire ; and Haddington Park, S om er s e ts hire.

BANDON, EARL OP, (Francis Bernard,)
Viscount Bernard, Viscount Bandon, and Baron
Bandon; 0. 2b*th November, 17W; w. previ-
ously to being elevated to the peerage, 12th Fe-
bruary, 1784, Catharine-Henrietta, onlydangh-'
ter of Richard, Earl of Shannon, by whom he
bad issue James, now Viscount Bernard, b, 14th
June, 1785, besides five other sons, and four
daughters. His lordship obtained his first title
of Baron Bandon, by creation, on the 30th No-
vember, 1793 ; that of Viscount Bandon, on the
8th of October, 1795 ; and upon the 6th of Au-
gust, 1800* was advanced to the dignities of
Viscount Bernard and Earl of Bandon. Those
honors being, however, solely of Ireland, his
lordship has no hereditary seat in parliament, and
is not one of the Irish representative peers.


The Earl of Bandon is great-grandson of Francis
Bandon, esq. of Castle Mahon, a barrister of emi-
nence* and member of the Irish parliament, during
the reign of William and Mary. In the succeeding
reign of Anne, Mr. Bandon was, upon the 3rd July,


171 1> nominated solicitor-general of Ireland : on the

36th January, 1724, prime sergeant ; and upon 20th

June, 1720, judge of the court of common pleas.

Motto, in English,

Proved virtue will flourish.

Town Residence—

Country Seat — Castle Mahon, Ireland

BANGOR, VISCOUNT, (Nicholas Ward,)
Baron of Castle Ward, Downshire, Ireland;
succeeded to the family honors upon the demise
of his hither, 20th May, 1781.

His lordship being solely an Irish peer, and
not a representative one, enjoys no seat in par-


Lord Bangor** grandfather was Michael Ward, who
satin parliament for Downshire, in 1715, and was
subsequently appointed one of the judges of the court
of king's bench in Ireland. This gentleman's eldest

Bkrnabd, who married, in 1747, Anne, daughter
of John, first Earl of Darnley, by whom he had
Nicholas, the present peer, and nine other children,
was created Baron Bangor, of Castlcward, county of
Down, 22d May, 1770, and Viscount Bangor, 13th
January, 1781.

Motto, in English,
Salvation under the cross.
Town Residence-
Country Seat— Castle Ward, Downshire.
BANTRY, EARL Oh\ (Richard White,)
Viscount Bearhaven, Viscount and Baron Ban-
try, of Bantry, county of Cork ; 6. b'th August,
17«7 ; created Baron of Bantry, 31st March,
1797, in consequence of the spirit which he dis-
played upon the arrival of the French squadron
in Bantry Bay, during the preceding January.
His lordship m. 3rd November, 1799, Margaret-
Anne, daughter of William, Earl of Listowel, by
whom he had issue Richard, now Viscount
Bearhaven, b. 16th November, 1800, and two
other sons and a daughter. On the 29th of De-
cember. 1800, Lord Bantry was created Vis-
count Bantry ; and on the 22nd January, 1818,
elevated to the dignities of Earl of Bantry and
Viscount Bearhaven.

His lordship is a peer of Ireland only, and
therefore enjoys no hereditary seat in parliament,
neither is he a representative peer.


The ancestry of Lord Bantry have held a respec-
table station amongst the gentry of the county of
Cork, since their first introduction into Ireland,
during the civil wars in the middle of the seven-
teenth century.

Motto, in English,
The noblest motive is the public good.

Town Residence —

Country Stat — Bantry, county of Cork.

BARHAM, BARON, (Charles-Noel Noel,)
of Barbara Court, and Teatoo, Kent ; m, in July,

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1809, Elizabeth, only daughter of Thomas Wet-
man, esq. of Poundesfora Park, Somersetshire,
by whom he had no issue. That lady dying, 1st
December, 181 JL his lordship m. a second, time,
in May, 1817, Elizabeth, daughter of the Ho-
norable Sir George Grey, bart. and niece to
Earl Grey; who dying in December, 1818, after
having given birth to a son and heir, his lordship
m. a third time, 29th June, 1820, Arabella, se-
cond daughter of Sir James-Hamlyn Williams,
bart. of Clovellv, by whom he has a son, b. 13th
November, 1824. Lord Barham succeeded to
the title upon the decease of his mother, Baroness
Barham, on the 12th April, 1823.


The first Lord Barham was

Charlks Middlkton, maternal grandfather of
the prstent, who, for his distinguished and gallant
conduct as a naval commander, was created a baro-
net, 83rd October, 1801, with reversion to his son-
in-law, Gerard-Noel Noel, esq. ; and having, subse-
quently, advanced to the highest rank in bis profes-
sion, was, in 1805, appointed first lord of the admi-
ralty, sworn a member of the privy council, and
created a peer of the realm, by patent, dated 1st
May, 1805, with remainder to his only child, Diana,
the wife of Gerard-Noel Noel, mentioned above.
His lordship dying, 7th June, 1813, was succeeded
by bis aforesaid daughter,

Diana. Her ladyship had married, on the 80th
of December, 1780, Gerard-Noel Edwards, esq. who
assumed, by royal licence, upon the death of his
maternal uncle, the last Earl of Gainsborough, along
with his lordship's estates, the name and arms of
Noel only. The issue of this marriage was Charles-
Noel, the present baron, and seventeen other chil-

Town Residence —

Country Seat — Barham Court, Kent.

BARING, SIR THOMAS, bart, of Lark-
beer, Devon, representative in parliament for
Wycombe; 6. 12th June, 1772; «. in 1794,
Mary, eldest daughter of Charles Sealy, esq. of
Calcutta, baxriB ter-at-law, by whom he has issue
Francis, and several other children. Sir Thomas
succeeded to tlie title upon the demise of his fa-
ther, 12th September, 1810.


The family of Baring has long held the most
distinguished rank in the city of London j and its

Sir Francis, was designated correctly, when
styled by Mr. Erskine, the first merchant in the
world. This celebrated person was born the 18th
of April, 1740, and had the honor of a baronetcy con-
ferred upon him the 11th May, 1793. He married
Henrietta, daughter of William Herring, esq. of
Croydon, Surrey, by whom he had issue, Thomas,
the present baronet ; Alexander, M.P. for Taunton ;
Henry, M.P. for Colchester; and eight other ehil-


dren. Sir Francis po sses se d so much influence to the
commercial world, that his death occasioned a sen-
sible depression in the public funds.

Town Residence— 81, Devonshire-place, Portland-

Country Seat— Stratton Park, Hampshire.

baronet, of Fort- William, Bengal, G. C. B. ;
created, 29th June, 1803; m. April, 1789, in
India, Elizabeth, daughter of Burton Smith,
esq. of the county of Westmeath, Ireland, from
whom he was divorced bv act of parliament, 30th
April, 1818, having previously had issue George-
Ulrick, b. 8th October, 1791, and several other
children. Sir George Barlow was appointed
governor-general of India, the 5th of October,
1805, upon the demise of the Most Noble the
Marquess Cornwallis, and on the 13th May,
1807, governor of Fort St George, Madras.

Town Residence —

Country Seat — Llfton, Devonshire.

Barring-ton,) of Ardglass, Downshire, and Baron
Barrington, of Newcastle, county of Dublin, a
clergyman of the church of England, a doctor in
divinity, prebendary of Durham, and rector of
Sedgefield; b. 16th July, 1781; m. 12th Fe-
bruary, 1788, Elizabeth, second daughter of
Robert Adair, esq. by whom he has issue Wil-
liam Keppel, b. 1st October, 1793. and seven
other sons and two daughters. His lordship
succeeded to the honors of his family upon the
death of his brother in 1813.

The peerage of Lord Barrington being solely
of Ireland, his lordship enjoys no hereditary seat
in parliament, and is not one of the representative


The present viscount is grandson to

John Shuts, who assumed the name and arms
of Barrington, upon succeeding to the estates of
Francis Barrington, esq. of Tofts, Essex, to whose
lady he was first cousin, and was created, 20th June,
1780, Viscount Barrington, of Ardglass, county of
Down. His lordship m. Anne, daughter and co-
heiress of Sir William Daines, knt. by whom he had
several children. The viscount d. 14th December,
1734, and was succeeded by his eldest son,

William Wildman, 6. 1717. This nobleman
filled several high stations in the government, from
the year 1754 to 1778, such as secretary at war,
chancellor of the exchequer, Ac 'Ace. He m. in
1740, Mary, only daughter and heiress of Henry
Lovell, esq. ; but no issue surviving him, his lord-
ship was succeeded, on the 1st February, 1793, by
his brother,

William Wiloman , who dying without issue,
31st July, 1801, the title devolved upon his brother,

Richard, who also dying without issue, was sue-
ceeded by his brother, the present peer.

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Hoaonfaie acquisition* art splendid.

Town Residence —

Country Seat— Backet Hall, Berks.

baronet, of Colebourne, Isle of Wight ; at. in
1789, Edith-Mary, daughter of Sir Samuel Mar-
shall, knt~ by whom he has issue four daughters.
8ir Kitzwiiliam succeeded to the title upon the
demise of his brother, 5th August, 1818.


This family hare enjoyed a baronetcy from the
first year of the establishment of that order.

Sia FaAjrcis, being created the 99th of June,
1611, this gentleman, <L In 1683, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

Sir Thomas, who had the honor of knighthood
conferred upon him during the lifetime of his father ;
he m. twice, and had a daughter and two sons by
hit first marriage, but no children by the second.
The fortune of his grandson, Francis, devolved by
will to John Shute, the first Lord Harrington. Sir
Thomas*, in 1654, and was succeeded by his eldest

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