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Five hundred copies only of the Fifth
Volume of the ''Visitation of Englmid and
Wales" have been printed at my Private
Press. This copy is No. 250



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JOSEPH JACKSON .HOWARD. LL.D.

MALTRAVERS HERALD EXTRAORDINARY,



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LIST OF PEDIGREES.









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Allen of Thumscoe, co. York


72


Lane of Humberstone, co.




Barker of Ipswich


25


Lincoln ....


159


Battye of Frognal, Chelston,




Little of Pitchcombe House,




CO. Devon


4


CO. Gloucester


84


Benson


122


LvTE, formerly of Lytescary,




Bromley of Badmondisfield




CO. Somerset .


153


Hall, Wickhambrook, co.




Maddison of Partney Hall, co.




Suffolk ....


136


Lincoln ....


150


Castle ....


43


Maddock ....


28


Cator of Ollerton House, co.




Midleton, Viscount


95


Notts ....


55


Moor of Great Bealings, co.




Chadwick ....


134


Suffolk ....


90


Chase of St. Minver, co. Corn-
wall, formerly of Reading,
CO. Berks, and Luton, co.




MoRKiLL of Austhorpe Lodge,
CO. York


50


Bedford


74


' Onslow, Earl of .


39


CoNVERS, Baroness

Cooper ....




Pearce-Edgcumbe of Somer-




112


leigh Court, co. Dorset


14


Craig, formerly of Dilamger-




Pole-Carew of Antony, co.




bendi Insula, near Ring-




Cornwall


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wood, CO. Hants


34


Poole


83


Donne of Mattishall, co.




Prideaux of Modbury and




Norfolk ....


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Salcombe, co. Devon


62


Eastwood of Buckden Mount




Richardson ....


103


Huddersfield, co. York .


157


Rimington-Wilson of Broom-




Garrett of Leiston, co.




head Hall and Newstead




Suffolk ....


139


Hall, CO. York


162


Gay of Falmouth, co. Cornwall


165


Russell of TheChantry, Ching-




Goldsmith of Huntworth




ford, CO. Essex


59


House, Bridgwater, co.




Skeels of Chatteris, co. Cam-




Somerset


106


bridge ....


15


Greenwood of Swarcliffe Hall,




Stanyforth of Kirk Hammer-




CO. York


129


ton Hall, CO. York .


132


Groome of Earl Soham and




Swann of Park View, Berk-




Monk Soham, co. Suffolk


21


hamsted, co. Herts


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Hutchison ....


67


Thurburn ....


114


Kenrick of Pendell Court,




Wood, formerly of Quebec,




Bletchingley, co. Surrey .


125


Canada ....


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Arms. — Sable, a che\TOn argent, between three goats passant of the last, each charged
with two pellets fesswise, a chief or, thereon a demi-man couped and affrontee,
holding over his dexter shoulder a club proper, between two cinquefoils gules.

Crest. — A stork, holding in the beak a roach proper.

Motio. — Ducat amor Dei.



George Battye of Holly Lodge, Campden=
Hill, London and of Rougham, co.
Norfolk (son of John and Elizabeth Battye
of Norfolk Street, Strand, London, see
Battye-Trevor Pedigree, Vol. II., page
IS7) ; bapt. at St. Clement Dane's, Lon-
don; held a commission as Captain in
the "Loyal Britons" Volunteers; J. P. for
CO. Middlesex; died, aged 67, 25 Febru-
ary, bur. at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington,
London, 3 March 1849. M.I.



=Georgiana Charlotte, dau. of Lieut. -General William
Wynyard of the 3rd Guards, by Sarah his 3rd wife,
dau. of Ambrose Lilly of White Notley, co. Essex,
sister of Lieut -General William Wynyard of the
Coldstream Guards, Equerry to George HL, and also
of Sophia Wynyard, Lady-in-Waiting to Princess
Augusta of Cambridge; born 6 September 1786;
died at Brighton, co. Sussex, aged 73, 8 March, bur.
in the Malcolmson family vault in Kensal Green
Cemetery, London, 16 March 1S60.



Marian Martha, dau.=j=George Wynyard Battye Gumming,'



of James Money, by
Eliza his wife, dau. of
George Ramus, Page
to George IIL, by the
Princess Elizabeth his
wife, dau. of George
III. ; marr. at Moor-
shedabad, Bengal,
India, in 1828; died,
aged 63, I January,
bur. in Brompton
Cemetery, London, 4
January 1869. ist
wife.



born in 1805; educated at Eton, of
the Bengal Civil Service 1826-61;
assumed the name of Gumming on
his 2nd marriage, in addition to, and
after that cf Battye; died 19 Decem-
ber, bur. in Brompton Cemetery 22
December 188S. Will dated 25
January 1881, proved (Prin. Reg.,
103, 89) 12 February 1889, by
George Money Battye of 1 1 College
Crescent, Hampstead, co. Middlesex,
a retired Colonel in Her Majesty's
Army, the son and sole Exor. Por-
trait in t/ie possession of his nephew.
Captain John Grant Malcolmson,
V.C., Body Guard.



=Emily Frances, only surviving dau.
of Alexander Gumming of Logie,
CO. Moray, by Louisa Wynne his
wife, dau. of General Martin White.
She marr. istly at Westbourne
Grove, Bayswater, London, 7 Oc-
tober 1858, Captain Lockhart
Mure Valiant (son of Sir Thomas
Valiant, K.C.B., K.H., General
40th Regiment, by Henrietta his
wife, dau. of James Mure of
Livingstone, co. Kircudbright) ;
Captain ist Bombay Lancers,
died in 1866. 2nd wife.



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Major-General George Money=
Battye of Frognal, Chelston,
CO. Devon ; born at Moor-
shedabad 19 March 1829;
Lieut. -Colonel Bengal Staff
Corps, served in the Burmese
War 1852-54, and was pre-
sent at the capture of Pegu
(medal and clasp); in civil
charge of the Station of
Murree, met and repulsed
attack by rebels September
1857 (medal).



=Emma, dau. of Francis
Curwen Smith, by EHza
his wife, dau. of William
Roxburgh ; born at
EaUng, CO. Middlesex,
16 August 1838, bapt.
there 14 June 1839;
marr. at Hampstead 15
December 1859.



Marian Charlotte, born at Kasin Bazaar,
Bengal, 26 Aug. 1830, and bapt. there;
marr. at Calcutta in 1856, Colonel
George Bruce Malleson (son of John
Malleson of Laurel Grove House,
Wimbledon, co. Surrey); born 8 May
1825, bapt. at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields
London, 23 Feb. 1826; Sanitary Com-
missioner to Government of India
1866-68, Comptroller-General of Mili-
tary Finance Department of India 1S68,
Guardian of the Maharajah of Mysore
1869-7 7, C.S.I. 1872; Author of several
well-known military works.



Georgiana Lilly Cecilia,
born in 1807; marr. at
St. Mary Abbott's, Ken-
sington, London, 5 Dec.
I S28, James Malcolmson
of Campden Hill, Lon-
don, and Muchrach, co.
Inverness (son of Cap-
tain James Malcolmson
of the 42nd Highlanders,
by Barbara his wife, dau.
of James Grant of Strath-
spey, CO. Inverness and
Moray). She died 22
March 1877, and was
bur. in the Malcolmson
Vault at Kensal Green
Cemetery, London.



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Caroline Combe, born in 1808; marr. at St.
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 21 Aug. 1830,
Sir Charles Forbes of Castle Newe, 90. Aber-
deen, Bart, (son of Sir Charles Forbes of
Castle Newe, Bart,, by Elizabeth his wife, dau.
of Major John Cotgrave of the Hon''''= East
India Co.'s Service); born 21 Sept. 1803;
Captain in the 17th Lancers; died 2 Nov.
1877. She died at Broom Wood, Clapham
Common, co. Surrey, 6 Sept. 1877.



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Amelia Catherine, born in 181 2; marr. at
Hampton Wick, co. Middlesex, 27 June
1846, Cecil Moore of Dublin, Q.C., son of
Hugh Moore of Cottage Hill, co. Tyrone,
Ireland. =j=

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Sophia Harriet, born at
Sloane Street, London,
21 January 18 14, bapt.
at St. Mary Abbott's,
Kensington, 24 May
1815; married Charles
Handcock. She died in
1864.



Louisa Frances, born 1 7
June 181 s, bapt. at St.
Mary Abbott's, Kensing-
ton, 5 August 181 7.



Quentin Henry Battye, born 27 April 1832; Lieut. Major-General Henry^Susan Wellwood, dau.
Queen's Own Corps of Guides ; served as Aide- Doveton Battye, born of John James Bos-
de-Camp to the Lieut.-Governor of the North- 5 October 1833;^ of well, M.D., by Anne
West Provinces, India; serving as Adjutant of the Bengal Staff Corps Mary his wife, dau.
Guides during their famous march of 580 miles (retired 1884), served of Andrew Moffat
in 22 days at the hottest time of the year to the in the Indian Mutiny Wellwood of Garvock,
Relief of Delhi ; on the day of their arrival they Campaign, and was co. Fife ; born 29
formed part of the force which attacked the present at the opera- February 1839 ; marr.
position of Badli-Kisarai ; killed in action at the tions in Rohilkund at Edinburgh 16 Jan-
Siege of Delhi 9 June 1857. His last words and Oude (Medal). uary 1862; died at
were " Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori." Lucknow 17 August
A tablet to the memory of his brother Wigram • 1863, and was bur.
and himself has been erected in the crypt of St. there
Paul's Cathedral by their brother officers.



Captain Edward Montagu Battye,
born 29 March, bapt. at St. Mary
Abbott's, Kensington, 5 August
181 7; late 23rd RoyalWelsh Fusi-
liers, Aide-de-Camp to his uncle,
General Wynyard, Superintendent
of Police at Albany, near Mel-
bourne, Victoria, granted a pension
by Queen Victoria; marr. in 1840
Katherine Ann Draw-water, dau.
of John Thomas Walford of the
34th Regiment of Foot.



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Maria Eliza, born 13 Dec.
1S18, bapt. at St. Mary Ab-
bott's, Kensington, 21 Dec.
1 821; marr. there 17 Feb.
1846, Colonel Francis Far-
rant, K.L.S., Secretary of
Legation at the Court of
Persia. =f=

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Louisa Frances, born at
Campden Hill, Kensington,
in 1S19; died in 1840.



I
Frederica Elizabeth, born 21
May, bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's
Kensington, 21 Dec. 182 1; marr.
there 3 August 1841, Colonel
William Kirby Warner, R.A.
(son of Joseph Warner, by Laura
Elizabeth his wife, dau. of Rev.
Robert Ashe Hoadley, D.D.,
Vicar of Crewkeme, co. Somer-
set); born 15 Oct., bapt^ at St.
Mary Abbott's, Kensington, 21
Nov. I S 1 1 ; died on his passage
home from Bombay, and was
bur. at sea 21 Jan. 1856. She
died 13 Feb., and was bur. in
Brompton Cemetery, London,
18 Feb. 1886. =p
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Major Wynyard Battye of The Grange, Wey-=
bridge, co. Surrey; born 9 January 1835;
Major in the 65th Bengal Native Infantry,
served in the Indian Mutiny and Afghan War ;
marr. istly, Ella Price; died 10 February, bur.
in Brompton Cemetery, London, 14 February
1882. Adiiion was granted at the Principal
Registry 16 March 1882, to George Money
Battye of 11 College Crescent, South Hamp-
stead, CO. Middlesex, the uncle and guardian of
children of the deceased, minors, and next
of kin.



=Margaret Ellen, 4th dau. of Rev. William
Colvile of Baylham, co. Suffolk, M.A. of St.
John's College, Cambridge, J. P., by Louisa
Marrianne Susan Frances his wife, dau. of
Major-General Robert Kelso ; born 30 March
1840, and bapt. privately at Baylham the next
day ; marr. at Broadwater, co. Sussex, 24 May
1S60; died II September, bur. in Brompton
Cemetery 17 September 1878. Admon was
granted at the Principal Registry 16 March
1882, to George Money Battye for the use and
benefit of her children, minors. 2nd wife.



Louisa Marian Quentin, born in India 9 July 1861 ; marr. at Canterbury, co. George Wynyard

Kent, 29 April 1889, William Allison of Westgate House, Louth, co. Lincoln Colvile Battye,

(son of William Allison of Westgate House, Louth); of Baliol College, born in India 3

Oxford, matriculated 17 October 1S70, aged 19, a Student of the Inner September 1862.
Temple 17 April 1873, called to the Bar 25 April 1877, a Member of the
North-Eastem Circuit. =f=

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Selina Kirton, dau. of John=
Kirton Gilliat of Fernhill,
CO. Berks, by Mary Anne
his wife, dau. of Robert
Saunders of Remenham
Lodge, CO. Berks ; born 1 7
April 1833; marr. at Batter-
sea, London, 30 November
185s; died aged 34, 30 Sep-
tember, bur. at Cranbourne,
CO. Berks, 5 October 1S67.
I St wife.



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=Major Montagu John Battye, born 26 December=pHarriet, eldest

dau. of John Pitt
Taylor of 58 Ec-
cleston Square,
London ; marr. at
St. Peter's, Pim-
lico, London, 5



823, bapt. at St. ]\Iary Abbott's, Kensington, 9
February 1825; of the 27th Regiment Bombay
Army, present with iield force, under Brigadier
England, in all its operations on its 2nd advance
on, and return from, Candahar 1841-42, Aide-
de-Camp to General Sir J. Simpson in Scinde
1843-44, served on General Outram's Staff with
field force in Sawunt Warree, Assistant Resident
of Baroda 1847-56, one of Her Majesty's Hon'''^
Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms 1875; died 2 July,
bur. in Kensal Green Cemetery, London, 5 July
1894.



Jan.
wife.



[869. 2nd



Emily Florence,
born 19 Oct.
1870.



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Alice
born :
1872.



Anna,
3 Oct.



Lena Caroline Outram,
born 28 Sept. 1856 ;
marr. in India in 1880,
Harry Thornton Ross
of the Madras Con-
stabulary. =f=



Montagu John=f=Marguerite Josephine, dau. of



Battye, born at
Bombay 2 8 Feb-
ruary 1858.



Joseph Askew Turner of 31 Inver-
ness Terrace, London, by Margaret
Anne Marie his wife, dau. of Rev.
James Thomas Pons; born 22
July 186 1 ; marr. at Christ Church,
Lancaster Gate, London, 7 July



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Clinton Wynyard Battye,
born 24 May 1874; Lieut.
85th Shropshire Light
Infantry.



Charles Forbes
Battye, born at
20 Gloucester
Place, London,
8 July 1861.



Percival Laurence Montagu Battye, born at 34 Cadogan Muriel Ida Marguerite, born at 34
Terrace, London, 28 April 18S6, and bapt. at Holy Cadogan Terrace 17 July, bapt. at
Trinity, Brompton, London. Martham, Great Yarmouth, co. Nor-

folk, 28 August 1887.



Lieut. -Colonel Montagu McPherson Battye, born 15 November 1836; late loth Lincolnshire
Regiment, served in the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the Mutiny of
Dinapore and the attempt to relieve Arrah, Capture of Atrowleea, advance to Lucknow, and
actions at Chanda, Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Douraha, Siege and Capture of Lucknow, and
storming of the Emaumbara and Kaisabagh (medal with clasp), Aide-de-Camp to his uncle,
General Wynyard, in Africa ; marr. Miss Carter, by whom he had issue a son, Cyril Wynyard
Battye.



Alexandra Gruinard (Daisy), born in India 30 April Alfred Plunkett Battye,

1865; marr. at Canterbury, CO. Kent, 10 December born at Horringer

1890, her cousin. Captain Ernie William Kyrle House, co. Suffolk, 22

Money (son of William Money of the Indian Civil June, bapt. at Horringer

Service, by Emily his wife, dau. of General James 2 September 1866; died

Clarke Charnock Gray); born 16 August 1863; of at Umtali, South Africa,

the 85th Regiment (Shropshire Light Infantry), 29 March 1893, and bur.

Adjutant ist Volunteer Battalion Shropshire Light there.
Infantry. =t=



I
Ida Agnes, born
at Horringer 28
December 1867,
bapt. at Horrin-
ger 2 February



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Major-General Arthur Frederick=f=Juliana Williams, dau. of Henry Vibart of William Forbes



Battye, born 8 March 1826,
and bapt. at St. Mary Abbott's,
Kensington ; Colonel (retired)
Bombay Staff Corps, served
through the Indian Mutiny
1857-59, and on the Nizam's
frontier.



the Madras Civil Service, by Mary his wife,
dau. of Alexander Campbell of Ballochyle,
CO. Argyle, Lieut.-Colonel Argyle Militia ;
born at Masulipatam, Madras, 24 April
1829; marr. at Belgaum, India, 15 May
1852; died at 38 Kildare Terrace, London,
aged 66, 16 May, bur. in Highgate Ceme-
tery 18 May 1895.



Battye, bapt. at
St. Mary Abbott's,
Kensington, in
1828; bur. there.



Major Montagu=
William Battye,
born 14 April
1 853, and bapt. at
Belgaum; of the
East Lancashire
Regiment, served
in the Afghan
War 1878-80,
actions of Ahmed
Khel and Urzoo
(medal with

clasp).



^Elizabeth Wat-
son, only child of
Thomas Cock-
burn of Berivick-
on-Tweed, by
Elizabeth Sarah
his wife, dau. of
Edward Elliott
of Berwick-on-
Tweed ; married
at St. Stephen's,
South Kensing-
ton, London, 22
March 1892.



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Julie Mary, born in Bombay in
1854 ; marr. at Bhorg, Bombay,

14 October 1880, Lieut.-Colonel
Henry Robert Dacres Thomas of
the Indian Staff Corps; born 9
December 1848.

Georgiana Rose, born 1 1 June
1857, and bapt. at Sattara, Bom-
bay ; marr. at Kurachee, Scinde,
21 July 1 88 5, Surgeon-Major
Daniel O'SuUivan of the Army
Medical Staff, F.R.C.S.I. ; born 8
August 1853.




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