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THE

LINDESEIE AND LIMESI

FAMILIES



OF

GREAT BRITAIN



INCLUDING

THE PROBATES AT SOMERSET HOUSE,
LONDON, ENGLAND,

OF

ALL SPELLINGS OF THE NAME LINDESEIE

FROM

1300-1800



WITH THE SINCERE REGARDS OF
THE AUTHOR

JOHN WILLIAM LINZEE, A.B., S.B.

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Volume I.



PRIVATELY PRINTED
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

1917






Copyright 1917

By John William Linzee

All rights reserved



SAMUEL USHER
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS



TO THE MEMORY

OF

MY HONOURED FATHER

Soijtt Hltlltam ffimzee,

THE SON OF JOHN INMAN LINZEE

AND GRANDSON OF

CAPTAIN JOHN LINZEE OF THE ROYAL NAVY

THE FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN BRANCH BY HIS MARRIAGE TO

SUSANNAH INMAN

OF CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, IN 1772,

THIS WORK IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED

BY
THE AUTHOR.



PREFACE.

There is indubitable proof, in nature and the literature in existence,
that the Father, from Genesis to the latest family history, has or-
dained that every one of us shall leave indelible marks of our presence
and acts for others to study and improve upon. Even our geological
history, the testimony of mute genealogy, shows this. To us the
study of history, particularly that of ancestry, gains tremendously
in interest when we realize that its creators, the souls of the past, have
a present and future existence.

The soul, manifested through its activities, its affections, its power
of conception that it resides in an infinite universe, and its constant
longing to share in and enjoy the infinite life, refuses to consider that
death puts an end forever to its participation in any future, here or
elsewhere. It remembers that when delving into science, it learnt
the incontestable fact that matter is indestructible, from which it
argues that it, the soul, is also indestructible, and that its unchange-
able consciousness is superior to matter which is always in flux.

The understanding of man cannot believe that matter alone can
account for variations in the characteristics and personalities of men
which are easily recognized by other personalities, or explain the
variable effect produced by one personality on the personality of
each one with whom it comes in contact. The personality or soul
alone is capable of this infinite variety of emotions sent out, received
and reflected. Clearly the sudden inspirations come from the sub-
conscious soul, particularly when they supplant a previously well
thought out course of conduct.

Therefore, believing in the present and future existence of the
soul and its indestructibility, to drift along with indifference to and
neglect of those who created our past, and the inheritance handed
down to us, with its bearing on the present, is to put a high value
on ingratitude to ancestors to whom we owe everything. By such
forgetfulness we ourselves suffer a present and our descendants a
future loss, for the evolution of today is so highly developed that it
must of necessity mature more and more from cumulative compara-
tive experience, as time elapses, and less and less from spontaneous
inspiration and new sources of knowledge through original investi-
gations.



VI PREFACE.

THERE IS NO DEATH.
By Edward Bulwer-Lytton or J. L. McCreery.

There is no death ! The stars go down
To rise upon some fairer shore,

And bright in heaven's jeweled crown
They shine forevermore.

There is no death! The dust we tread

Shall change beneath the summer showers

To golden grain or mellow fruit
Or rainbow-tinted flowers.

The granite rocks disorganize

To feed the hungry moss they bear;

The forest leaves drink daily life
From out the viewless air.

There is no death! The leaves may fall,
The flowers may fade and pass away;

They only wait, through wintry hours,
The coming of the May.

There is no death! An Angel form

Walks o'er the earth with silent tread;

He bears our best-loved things away,
And then we call them " dead."

He leaves our hearts all desolate —

He plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers;

Transplanted into bliss, they now
Adorn immortal bowers.

The bird-like voice, whose joyous tones
Made glad this scene of sin and strife,

Sings now an everlasting song
Around the tree of life.

Where'er he sees a smile too bright,

Or heart too pure for taint and vice,

He bears it to that world of light,
To dwell in Paradise.

Born unto that undying life,

They leave us but to come again;

With joy we welcome them — the same,
Except in sin and pain.

And ever near us, though unseen,
The dear, immortal spirits tread:

For all the boundless universe
Is life — there are no dead.



PREFACE. Vli

The author of this family record received his inspiration to begin
the history of his race from his late father, John William Linzee Sr.,
whose reverence for past relics led him to make a careful preservation
of all genealogical papers that came into his possession; but an
active business career, extending over many sections of the world,
prevented him from indulging in personal research. This last field
of activity fell to his younger son, and appropriately so, as he is
almost the last of the race bearing the name " Linzee " in the United
States of America.

No excuse need be offered for writing the history of our family in
the direct line of surname, even if it were obscure. The surname is
the first great difference which identifies us from all other men, and
the honourable past surrounding the name " Lindeseie " is our
inspiration towards our achievement in completing this history.
But when this name is linked with many of the important events in
the life of several nations, it is much more than a pride and a pleasure
to chronicle the changes in events and to mark the spots where our
family assisted in the construction of epochs. Indeed it is a duty to
point this out to our contemporaries and descendants, and to in-
spire the latter with pardonable pleasure and the desire also to per-
form their share in life in more than a desultory and obscure manner.

The material collected together touching the ancient records of
the Lindeseies in England is the result of over twenty-five years of
research in quest of the ancestry of the Linzee family. It is not the
climax of the study of original English documents, but only a col-
lection of what is already in print, with the addition of occasional
original genealogical investigations, and the important first appear-
ance of the probate records at Somerset House, London, England, for
all spellings of our name.

The items thus gleaned from the publications of other writers are
so scattered that it would require diligent effort to compile them
again; they have been found both useful and interesting to the com-
piler, and he hopes that they will be of value to others, who are pur-
suing the study of their ancestry, as a first aid to their efforts.

It is with infinite pleasure and gratitude that I acknowledge my
indebtedness to relatives, friends and correspondents, who have
most graciously contributed their shares towards the completion of
this history. Their gifts and names are specially mentioned to-
gether throughout this work.

In addition I am sensible of surpassing obligation to William
Alexander Lindsay Esq., the Windsor Herald, for taking an interest
in my efforts by contributing his latest researches in England, which
are given in Chapter II.

Also my thanks are due to the late Robert George Linzee Esq.,
and his two sons Alexander Grosvenor Linzee Esq. and Henry
Robert Linzee Esq., who contributed the descendants of their
ancestor Edward Linzee, the Mayor of Portsmouth.



VH1 PREFACE.

The collection of the Penfolda and allied families have been realized
through the constant interest and endeavors of Miss Fanny Sophia
Penfold.

Similarly the sympathetic aid and kindly intercession of the Hon.
Nina Maria (Hood) Ferguson, the Hon. Dorothy Violet Hood and
Mrs. Katherine Mary (Walrond) Troyte, made possible the comple-
tion of the details of the descendants of Viscountess Susannah
(Lin zee) Hood.

To my brother Lewis Linzee Esq., and especially to his wife, Mrs.
Mary Annette (Braund) Linzee, both thanks and praise are due for
generous assistance performed in gathering together the genealogical
material throughout the south of England and at London. The
whole family owe them a debt of gratitude, for without this exacting
and unselfish aid rendered by them, all efforts from America to dis-
cover the details of our ancestry would have resulted in failure.

Attention is drawn to the facts that practically all the accented
vowels of the dipt words in the ancient Latin documents have been
retained in the copies furnished in this compilation, but unfortunately
the accented consonants were not in stock and could not be supplied
without seriously delaying the printing which had been started.
This variation from the original will not, however, impede the genea-
logical interpretation of any ancient record, which is the main essen-
tial object of this history.

I remember the old saying, " The dreamer lives for ever, but the
toiler dies in a day ". Many of the things worth while start in dreams,
and, although possessed of no commercial value, are carried to frui-
tion. They have a charm all their own and are well beloved by those
who indulge in them. May I not hope that The History of the
Linzees will be useful, a fitting Memorial to our Name, and an en-
during pleasure to those who are kind enough to consult its pages?
It has been a dream involving much toil, and I confess falls short of
the perfection my dream contemplated, but the uncertainty of life
prevents me from taking the risk of postponing its publication for
the sake of supreme excellence.

John William Linzee.
848 Beacon Street,
Boston, Mass.
9 Sept. 1917.



ABBREVIATIONS.



Adm. — administration.
Admr. — administer, administrator.
Admx. — administratrix.
Ant. — antiquity, etc.
App. — appendix.
Arch. — Archaeology, etc.
b. — born,
bach. — bachelor,
bapt. — baptized.
Bk. — book,
bur. — buried.
Cal. — calendar.
Cart. — cartulary.
Cat. — catalogue.
Chart. — charter.
Coll. — collections.
Comm. — Commission, commission-
ers.
Ct. — court,
d. — day, died,
dau. — daughter,
deced. — deceased.
Doc. — document.
Dom. — Domesday.
Exch. — exchequer.
Exex. — executrix.
Exor. — executor.
Gen. — Genealogy, etc.
G.M. — Gentlemen's Magazine.
H.C. — Harvard College.
Hist. — History, Historical, etc.
Inq. — Inquisition.
Int. — intention of marriage.
Leg. — legacy, legatee.
Liv. — living.



m. — marriage, married, month.
N.E.H. & G.R.— New England Hist,

& Gen. Reg.
p. — page.
P. — probate.
Par. — parish.
Pari. — parliament, etc.
prob. — probable, etc.
R. — record.
Reg. — register, registry.
Rep. — report.
Res. — residence, residuary.
Sd. — said.
Sec. — Secretary.
S.M. — Scots Magazine.
Soc. — society.
Spin. — spinster.
Sq. — Square.
T. — The London Times.
Trans. — Transactions.
Unm. — unmarried.
Visit. — visitation,
y. — year or years,
t — church record, either original

or printed copy.
° — family record.
* — town or city record, either

original or printed copy.
( ) — enclosed authority, maiden

surname, widow's change of
name.
[ ] — material inserted by the

compiler.
= — marriage sign in pedigrees.



IX



EXPLANATIONS.



Henry VIII.
Edward VI.
Mary.
Elizabeth.



THE KINGS OF ENGLAND.

The Norman Race. The Branches combined.

1066. William I., The Con- 1485. Henry VII., Tudor.

queror. 1509.

1087. William II., Rufus. 1547.

1100. Henry I., Beauclerk. 1553.

1135. Stephen, Earl of Blois. 1558.



The Norman and Saxon Races.

1154. Henry II., Plantagenet.

1189. Richard I.

1199. John.

1216. Henry III.

1272. Edward I.

1307. Edward II.

1327. Edward III.

1377. Richard II.

The Branch of Lancaster.

1399. Henry IV.
1413. Henry V.
1422. Henry VI.

The Branch of York.

1461. Edward IV.
1483. Edward V.
1483. Richard III.





The Race of Stuart.


1603.


James I.


1625.


Charles I.


1648.


Commonwealth.


1661.


Charles II.


1685.


James II.


1688.


William III. and Man-


1702.


Anne.



The Race of Hanover.

1714. George I.

1727. George II.

1760. George III.

1820. George IV.

1830. William IV.

1837. Victoria.

The Race of Coburgh and Gotha.

1901. Edward VII.
1910. George V.



England and her colonies used the Julian, or old style, calendar
up to the year 1752. The year began: —

On Christmas Day, from the 7th to the 13th centuries.

On the 25 of March, as early as the 12th century, to 1752, by the
Church.

On the 25 of March, from the 13th century, to 1752, by civilians.

In 1752 England adopted the Gregorian, or new style, calendar,
when the 1st of January became the beginning of the year.

(The Mayflower Descendant, I: 17-23).



Pages



TABLE OF CONTENTS.

VOLUME I.
CHAPTER I.

The Ancient Records of Lindeseie and Limesi in Great
Britain.

Section I. Collections from various authors ... 1

Section II. Collections from the Abbreviatio Placito-
rum. Calendar of Documents of Ireland, Genealogi-
cum, Papal Registers, Rolls, State Papers and Advance
of Money. Catalogue of Ancient Deeds. Excerpta
e Rotuli Finium. Feudal Aids. Inquisitionum ad
Capellam. Letters and Papers. Pipe Rolls, Rotuli.
Etc 40

Section III. Collections from various authors, and
private contributions. Arranged alphabetically by
English counties 77

Section IV. Collections of coats of arms . . . 148

CHAPTER II.

The Ancient Records of Lindsay in Scotland and in
England. Collections contributed by William Alex-
ander Lindsay Esq., The Windsor Herald . . . 154

CHAPTER III.

Genealogical Compilations of the Ancient Records.

Section I. The Limesi Family 176

Section II. The Lindeseie Family 225

Section III. The Lindsays of Scotland .... 231

CHAPTER IV.

The Probates at Somerset House, London, England,
of All Spellings of the Name Lindeseie from
1300-1800. Contributed by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis

Linzee 312

xi



XII TABLE OF CONTENTS.

VOLUME II.
CHAPTER V.

Pages

The Linzee Family of Great Britain and the United
States of America.

Section I. The Linzee Name 423

Section II. The Limesi Family in the South of England, 428

Section III. The Lindeseie Family in the South of Eng-
land 438

Section IV. The Linzee Family 451

Section V. Coats of Arms of the Linzee Family . . 662

CHAPTER VI.
Linzee and Amory Diaries and Bible Records . . 667

CHAPTER VII.

The Descendants of Mary Linzee and Edward Penfold, 679

CHAPTER VIII.

The Descendants of Susannah Linzee and Admiral

Samuel, First Viscount Hood 703

CHAPTER IX.

The Descendants of Hannah Rowe Linzee and Thomas

Coffin Amory 756

CHAPTER X.

The Descendants of Susannah Linzee and Joseph

Tilden 802

CHAPTER XL

The Descendants of Emily Wooldridge Linzee and

Warwick Augustus Hunt 809

CHAPTER XII.

The Descendants of Susanna Inman Linzee and Ad-
miral William Cheselden Browne, R.N. . . 818



TABLE OF CONTENTS. Xlll

CHAPTER XIII.

Pages

The Descendants of Mary Ann Charlotte Linzee and

Colonel James Warwick Woold ridge . . . 821

CHAPTER XIV.

The Descendants of Anna Cecelia de Neufville Linzee

and Thomas Laurence Evans 826

Errata and Addenda 829

Index 831



PORTRAITS.

Pages

John William Linzee of Boston, Mass.; engraving . Frontispiece

Anne Brigette Mahe, the wife of John William Linzee of

Boston Frontispiece

Gravestone of Thomas Linzee (103) of Portsea, Hants, Eng-
land 1

Burial place of Thomas Linzee (103) (above) .... 8

Edward Linzee, Mayor of Portsmouth, Hants, England;

painting 16

Anne Newnham, the wife of Edward Linzee, Mayor of Ports-
mouth; painting 24

Picture representing a bitter political struggle ... 32

John Linzee of Portsea, Hants, and Plymouth, Devon, Eng-
land ; miniature painting in a ribbon bracelet ... 40

Sarah Linzee, the wife of Captain John Holwall, R.N., of

Portsmouth; painting 48

Edward Linzee, Jr., a surgeon of Portsmouth; painting . . 56

Admiral Robert Linzee, R.N., of Portsmouth; painting . 64

Anne Redston, the wife of Admiral Robert Linzee of Ports-
mouth; painting 72

Captain John Linzee of Portsmouth, England, and Boston,
Mass., U. S. A.; miniature painting probably before his
marriage 80

Captain John Linzee (same as above) and wife Susannah
Inman of Cambridge, Mass.; miniature paintings after
their marriage 88

Captain John Linzee (same as above); large painting after

1772 by [Sir] George Chalmers 96

Susannah Inman, the wife of Captain John Linzee, R.N.;

large painting after 1772 104

Ralph Inman of Cambridge, Mass., father of Susannah Inman
(above); painting by John Singleton Copley? or by
Jonathan Blackburn 112

Susanna Speakman, the wife of Ralph Inman of Cambridge;
painting by John Singleton Copley? or by Jonathan
Blackburn 120

Hannah Speakman, sister of Susanna Speakman (above)
and wife of John Rowe of Boston; painting by John
Singleton Copley? or by Jonathan Blackburn . . . 128

xv



XVI PORTRAITS.

Pages

Rev. Edward Linzce of Kelveden Hall, Ongar, Essex, Eng-
land; painting 136

Admiral Samuel Hood Linzee, R.N., of Plymouth, Devon,

England; painting to accompany the one of his wife's, 144

Admiral Samuel Hood Linzee, R.N. (same as above), after

he became an admiral; large painting .... 152

Emily Wooldridge, the wife of Admiral Samuel Hood Linzee

of Plymouth; painting 160

John Inman Linzee of Boston, Mass.; painting by R. M.

Staigg 168

Elizabeth Tilden, the wife of John Inman Linzee of Boston;

painting by R. M. Staigg 176

John Inman Linzee (same as above) and his wife Elizabeth
Tilden (same as above), at the time of their golden wed-
ding 184

John Inman Linzee (same as above), his wife Elizabeth Tilden
(same as above), and their daughter Susan Inman Linzee;
daguerreotype 192

Sarah Inman Linzee, the wife of Joseph Lewis Cunningham

of Boston; painting by Gilbert Stuart .... 200

Rev. Edward Hood Linzee of Bracknell, Berks, England . 208

Caroline Atkinson, the wife of Rev. Edward Hood Linzee of

Bracknell 216

Robert George Linzee of Jermyns, Romsey, Hants, England, 224

Maria Frederica Gordon, the wife of Robert George Linzee

of Jermyns; painting 312

Elizabeth Tilden Linzee and her second husband James Sulli-
van Warren; a tea party at their home, No. 6 Park
Street, Boston, Mass 320

Thomas C. Amory Linzee and his wife Sarah Parker Torrey

of Boston; daguerreotype 328

John William Linzee of Boston, Mass., at the age of thirty;

daguerreotype. See Frontispieces 336

Emily Marion Frederica Linzee of Jermyns, Romsey, Hants,

England 344

Edward Gordon Linzee of Brambridge Lodge, Bishopstoke,

Hants, England 352

Emily Laura Dashwood, the wife of Edward Gordon Linzee

of Bishopstoke 360

Alexander Grosvenor Linzee of Little Stodham, Liss, Hants,

England 368

Ethel Oakley Galpin, the wife of Alexander Grosvenor Linzee

of Liss 376



PORTRAITS. XV11

Pages

Alexander Grosvenor Linzee, Frances Ethel Linzee, Robert

Gordon Hood Linzee 384

Henry Robert Linzee of Highway, Alton, Hants, England . 392
Ellen Louisa Coulthard, the wife of Henry Robert Linzee

of Alton 400

Charles Arthur Linzee of Bramdean Lodge, Abresford, Hants,

England 408

Emily Caroline Richards, the wife of Charles Arthur Linzee

of Abresford 416

Mabel Katherine Linzee, the wife of Rev. Arthur G. Mus-

grave 428

Gertrude Susan Hood Linzee, the wife of Lieut. George

Kendall Channer, R.A 436

Family group of the children of Robert George Linzee of

Jermyns, Romsey, Hants, England 444

John Torrey Linzee of Boston, Mass 452

Anita Homer Manson, the wife of John Torrey Linzee of

Boston 460

Elizabeth Linzee of Boston, and her sister Marian (Linzee)

Weld 468

Marian Linzee, the wife of Christopher Minot Weld of Read-

ville, Mass 476

Christopher Minot Weld of Readville 484

Lewis Linzee of Hampton Wick, Midd., England . . . 492
Mary Annette Braund, the wife of Lewis Linzee of Hampton

Wick 500

Josephine Warren Linzee of Boston 508

John William Linzee, formerly Jr., of Boston . . . . 516
Robert Gordon Hood Linzee of Little Stodham, Liss, Hants,

England 524

Dorothy Phyllis Linzee of Highway, Alton, Hants, England, 532
Margaret Bijou Linzee Linzee, the wife of Sedgwick Masters

of Fareham, Hants, England 540

Sedgwick Masters of Fareham, Hants 548

Naval Commission of Captain John Linzee .... 556

John Inman Linzee of Hampton Wick, Midd., England . 564

Neville Hood Linzee of Hampton Wick, Midd., England . 572
Edith Elizabeth Mary Linzee, the wife of Wilfred Richard

Matthews of Hampton Wick, Midd., England . . 580

Tablet of the Crossed Swords of Prescott and Linzee . . 588

Dorothy Evelyn Linzee of Boston 596

Hannah Rowe Linzee, the wife of Thomas Coffin Amory of

Boston, Mass.; painting at the time of her marriage . 604



Will



PORTRAITS.



Pages

Hannah Rowe Linzee (same as above) ; painting . . 612

Thomas Coffin Amory of Boston ; painting by Gilbert Stuart, 620
Thomas Coffin Amory, Jr., of Boston; albumen photograph, 628
Almatia Mary Pinkham, the second wife of Thomas Coffin

Amory, Jr., of Boston 636

Mary Linzee Amory, the wife of Thomas Coffin Amory Dex-
ter of Boston; pencil and water color .... 644

Thomas Coffin Amory Dexter of Boston 652

Susannah Amory, the wife of William Hickling Prescott of

Boston; painting 660

William Hickling Prescott of Boston, the Historian . . 668

William Amory of Boston; painting 676

Anna Powell Grant Sears, the wife of William Amory of

Boston; painting 684

Elizabeth Ann Amory, the wife of George Minot Dexter of

Boston; painting 692

George Minot Dexter of Boston; painting .... 700

Charles Amory of Boston 708

Martha Babcock Greene, the wife of Charles Amory of

Boston; sketch 716

Hannah Louisa Amory, the wife of Edward Dexter Sohier of

Boston 724

Edward Dexter Sohier of Boston 732

Susannah Linzee, the wife of Joseph Tilden of Boston;

pastel at the time of her marriage 740

Joseph Tilden of Boston; pastel at the time of his marriage, 748
Susan Linzee Tilden, the wife of John Gore Torrey of Boston, 756

John Gore Torrey of Boston 764

Charles Linzee Tilden of Lowell and Boston, Mass. . . 772
Sarah Field Horton, the wife of Charles Linzee Tilden of

Lowell and Boston; daguerreotype 780

Emily Wooldridge Linzee, the wife of Warwick Augustus

Hunt of Plymouth, Devon, England .... 788

Susannah Inman Linzee, the wife of Admiral William Chesel-
den Browne, R.N., of Cowes, Isle of Wight, Hants,

England 796

Admiral William Cheselden Browne, R.N., of Cowes . . 804
Rev. James Walrond Burrough of Totnes, Devon, England,

second husband of Susannah Inman Linzee (above) . 812
Mary Anne Charlotte Linzee, the wife of Colonel James War-
wick Wooldridge of Manantoddy, India; painting by

Condy .... 820

Colonel James Warwick Wooldridge of Manantoddy, India;

painting by Condy 828



LISTS OF GUARANTORS AND SUBSCRIBERS.

With much pleasure and appreciation the compiler of this history-
records his indebtedness to the guarantors and subscribers.



LIST OF GUARANTORS.



NAMES.



Mr. John William Linzee, deceased
Mr. John William Linzee, formerly Jr. .
Miss Josephine Warren Linzee, deceased
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Linzee ....
Subscriptions not included in guarantors
lists ... ....



PROPORTION CONTRIBUTED.

one half,
one ninth,
five thirty-sixths,
one eighteenth.

seven thirty-sixths.



LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.

NAMES. COPIES.

Amory, Mrs. Elizabeth Gardner, Boston, Mass. . . . one.

Amory, Mr. Francis Inman, Boston, Mass one.

Amory, Miss Mary Linzee, Boston, Mass one.

Amory, Miss Susan C, Boston, Mass one.

Atkinson, Captain and Mrs. Alexander, Roslindale, Mass., one.

Beckwith, Mrs. Alice Campbell, Boston, Mass., deceased, one.

Beckwith, Miss Theodora Mary Tilden, Boston, Mass. . one.

Bidwell, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Bird, Jr., Baltimore, Md. . one.



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