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(For the early history of which, see BURRE's Ertinct and Dormant Peerage.) HARold DE WAUx, Lord of Vaux in Normandy, having for religious purposes, conferred his seignory upon the abbey of the Holy Trinity at Caen, came into England, accompanied by his three sons, 1. Hubert, lord of Gillesland by grant of Ranulph de Meschines. His line terminated in an heiress, Maud, who m. Thomas de Multon, and conveyed the barony of Gillesland to that family, now represented by Lord Dacre. 11. RANUlph, lord of Tryermayne, whose line terminated in an heiress, Margery, who m. William Vaux of Catterlen, as hereafter stated. 111. Robert. The youngest son, Robert DEWAUx, seated himself in Normandy, and was succeeded by his son, William DE WAUx, who had three sons, Robert, Adam, and William, prior of Pentney. The eldest, Robert DE WAUx, had issue several sons, WIZ. 1. Robert, d. s. p. II. Joh N (Sir), of whom hereafter. III. PHILIP. IV. Oliver, ancestor of the Barons Vaux of Harrowden, extinct 1663. The second son, SiR John V Aux, living 16 HEN. II. (1166) was father of John, father of William, father of Sir William VAux, who lived temp. HeN. III. He was father of William Vaux, who m. Margery, heiress of Vaux of Tryermayne, and of John Vaux, ancestor of a family of that name, seated at Odiam, county Hants. Sir William was father of William, father of John, which latter was succeeded by a son and grandson of the same name, the last of whom had a son, William, living in 1420, whose son, William, m. Isabell Delamore, and was father of John VAUx of Catterlen, co. Cumberland, m. first, a daughter of Crakenthorpe, and had issue, 1. WILLIAM, of whom hereafter. He m. secondly, Mary, dau. of — Skelton, and had issue, II. Joh N, ancestor of the Vauxes of Mylnerike, co. Cumberland.

Willi AM WAux, esq. of Catterlen, aforesaid, eldest son, m. Jane, daughter of — Leybourne, and had four sons, of whom, Rowland V Aux, the second, but eldest surviving, living in 1577, m. Anne, daughter of — Salkeld, and was grandfather of Joh N VAux, esq. of Catterlen, who d. leaving two daughters, his co-heirs, viz. 1. MAbell, the elder, m. to Christopher Richmond,of Highead Castle, as hereafter mentioned. 11. MARY, the younger, m. William Graham, of the Nunnery, county Cumberland.

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I. MARGARET, m. Richard Garth, of Great Salkeld, in Cumberland. ii. Ada, m. Hugh Machell, of Crakenthorpe, in the co. of Westmoreland. The elder son, Joh N Rich Mond, esq. of Highead Castle, m. first, a daughter of — Dacre, younger brother to Lord Dacre of the North, but by her had no issue; and secondly, Margaret, daughter of Thomas Dalston, of Uvedale, co. Cumberland, and had 1. FRANcis, of Highead Castle aforesaid, m. a daughter of Lancelot Fletcher, of Tallantire, co. Cumberland, but d. s. p. II. ji. d. young. iii. CHRistopher, successor to his brother. The youngest son, CHRistopher RichMond, esq. of Highhead Castle aforesaid, m. first, Anne, daughter of Thomas Maplate, and had issue an only son, I. John, d. unm. He m. secondly, Elizabeth, daughter of Anthony Chaytor, esq. of Croft Hall, co. York, and had issue, II. Francis, d. an infant. III. CHRistoph ER, his successor. 1. Margery, m. John Aglionby, esq. of Carlisle. ii. Elizabeth, m. Richard Baxter of Seburgham, in the county of Cumberland, gent. III. Mary, m. John Vaux, gent. of Little

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Musgrave, in the county of Westmoreland. He m. thirdly, Eleanor, daughter of Richard Beauley, of Hesketh Hall, in the county of Cumberland, and had issue, iv. William, of Penrith, in Cumberland. Iv. Jane, m. Solomon Turner, citizen of London. v. Mabell. He d. 1642, and was succeeded by his third but eldest surviving son, CHRistopher RichMond, esq. of Highead Castle, b. circa 1623; m. first, Mabell, dau. and co-heiress of John Vaux, esq. of Catterlen, in the parish of Newton, in Cumberland, and had issue, 1. Christoph ER, his heir. 11. John, aged sixteen years, 1665.

1. Magdalen, aged twelve years, 1665, m. John Fenton, esq. of Plumpton Head, in the county of Cumberland. He m. secondly, Magdalen, daughter of Andrew Huddleston, esq. of Hutton-john, also in Cumberland, and had issue, iii. Andrew, m. in London, Sarah WiseInan.

11. Dorothy, aged one year, 1665, d. unm. iii. Margery, aged seven months, 1665, d. unm. Christopher Richmond was living in 1678, and at his decease was succeeded by his eldest son, CHRistopher RichMond, esq. of Highead

Castle, and of Catterlen aforesaid, which latter estate he inherited through his mother. He m. first, Mary, daughter of Sir Wilfred Lawson, bart. of Isell, in Cumberland, by whom he had issue,

1. CHRistopher, his heir.

1. Jane, unm. 1693, m. William Stevenson, esq. of Plumpton. 11. Mary, d. unm. vit. pat. He m. secondly, in 1678, Isabell, daughter of Thomas Reynolds, of London, and niece of Isabella Towerson, by whom (who re-married before 1702 Matthias Miller, and d. 1739) he had issue, 11. Erasmus, d. an infant. 111. William, b. 7th January, 1684, d. an infant. iv. HENRY, of Highead Castle and of Catterlen, who, by virtue of an entail, succeeded on the death of his brother to the Catterlen estate ; he d. unm. in 1716, and by his will dated 1st September, and proved 2nd October, 1716, bequeathed all his estate to his mother. III. Isabell, a minor in 1693, m. Samuel Gledhill, esq. a colonel of foot, and governor of Plascentia. iv. Elizabeth, a minor in 1693, m. Peter Brougham of Skelton, in the county of Cumberland, collector of excise,

who survived her, and d. 1732, leaving two sons, A 1. Henry-Richmond Brougham, of ,Scales, in the county of Cumberland, and of Highead; high sheriff of Cumberland, 1749, d. unm. in that year. 2. John, a minor 1732, d. unm. vità patris. v. Sarah, a minor 1693, m. first, George Simpson, gent. of Thackwood-nook, in Cumberland; and secondly, John Barker, of Thethwaite, in the same county; they were both living in 1736. v1. Mabell, a minor 1693, m. Henry Brisco, sometime a captain of dragoons, youngest son of John Brisco, of Crofton, in Cumberland. VII. Susannah, a minor 1693, who d. unm. 1775; she had Highead for life by her mother's will, and Catterlen in fee, which by will she left to her niece, Mrs. Curwen, daughter of William Gale. viii. Margaret, a minor 1693, m.William Gale, of Whitehaven, merchant: she d. 25th September, 1759, aged sixtynine; he d. 9th May, 1773; both buried at Whitehaven. IX. Anne, b. 6th March, 1682, d. young, vità patris. X. Martha, The eldest son, CHRistopher Rich Mond, of Highead Castle, of Catterlen, and of Hindley Wrea, in the parish of Allendale, in the county of Northumberland, b. circa 1676, m.9th June, 1696, Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh Watson, of Holmes, in East Allen, in the county of Northumberland, by whom (who d. 27th July, 1740, aged sixty-three, and was buried at St. Margaret's Chapel, in the parish of St. Oswald, in the city of Durham,) he had two daughters, his co-heirs, viz. 1. Elizabeth, the eldest, of the chapelry of St. Margaret aforesaid; d. unm. 18th February, 1768, aged sixty-eight, and was there buried. ii. IsabelLA, bapt. at Allendale, 8th June, 1701, m. John HUTCHINso N, as hereafter stated. Christopher Richmond was buried in the chancel of Allendale Church, 26th May, 1702, and dying without male issue, the estates of Highead and Catterlen passed, as before stated, to his brother of the half blood, who left them to his mother; and thus became vested in the issue of the second marriage. His younger daughter, Is Abella RichMond, m. in 1732, John Hutchinson, esq. of Framwell Gate, within the chapelry of St. Margaret aforesaid, who died in 1749, and she in November, 1746, leaving issue, 1. John, of whom hereafter.

11. Christopher, of Durham, gent. bapt. at St. Margaret's, 22nd March, 1735; d. s. p. in 1759. iii. Thomas, bapt. at St. Margaret's, 11th September, and buried there 31st October, 1740. The eldest son, John Hutchi Nson, sometime of St. John's College, Cambridge, of Skirsgill, near Penrith, and of Crossfield House, near Kirkoswald, in the county of Cumberland, afterwards of Newbiggin Hall, near Temple Sowerby, and latterly of Appleby, county Westmoreland; baptized at St. Margaret's, 23rd February 1732; m. at Dacre, in Cumberland, July 1760, Frances, youngest dau. of William Whelpdale, of Skirsgill House aforesaid, by whom (who d. 21st September, 1821,) he had issue, 1. John, lieutenant in the royal marine service, born at Crossfield, 25th May, 1763, d. on board H.M.S. Edgar, off the Madras Roads, 1783, unm. 11. Christopher-William, b. at Newbiggin-hall, 11th November,1769,al. unm. at Wollaton, in the county of Notts, in 1822, and was there buried. 1. Elizabeth, of whom hereafter. John Hutchinson d. 24th April, 1776, and was buried at Appleby. His only daughter, Eliza BETH Hutch INSoN, heiress of her brothers, b. at Crossfield 22nd August, 1765, m. at Penrith 14th December, 1785, John Nickleson MARTIN," of Wollaton, in the county of Nottingham, sometime a captain in the army, bapt. at St. Catherine Colman, Fenchurch Street, 1st April, 1758, had issue, 1. John-Nickleson Martin, b. at the Grove, near Plymouth, 6th November, 1786, d. unm. in Jamaica, 1824.

ii. Thomas MARtin.

111. George-King Martin, b. in the parish of Charles, in Plymouth, 6th June, 1791, d. unm. in the island of St. Vincents, 1817.

1. Elizabeth-Mary Martin, b. at Middle Mayfield, in the county of Stafford, 27th December, 1789. ii. Caroline Martin, b. at Beverley, in the county of York, 16th October, 1797, d. unm. at Wollaton, 1821. The only surviving son is the present ThoMAS MARTIN, esq. of the Wilderness. ,

Arms—Paly of six or and gules, on a chevron argent, an anchor, erect sable; on a chief of the second, three martlets of the first quartering: 2. Per pale, gules and azure, crusilly or, a lion rampant argent, and a canton ermine, for Hutchinson. 3. Gules, two bars gemelles, and a chief or, for Richmond. 4. Gules, a fess checquy or and gules, between three garbs of the second, for Vaux of Catterlen. 5. Gules, a fess checquy or and gules, between six garbs of the second, another coat for Vaux of Catterlen. 6. Argent, a bend checquy or and gules, for Vaux of Tryermayne. 7. Gules, a cross patonce or, for Delamere. 8. Gules, six lionceaux argent, three, two, and one, for Leybourne. Crest—In front of a garb or, a martin cat statant proper. Motto—Fide et clementia. Seat—Wilderness, near Reigate.

* George Martin, sometime of the parish of St. James, Westminster, and afterwards of St. Catherine Colman, Fenchurch Street, surgeon of St. Thomas's hospital, born at Antigua, m. at May Fair chapel, 13th March, 1754, Mary, eldest daughter of John Nickleson, of Stanmore, in the county of Middlesex, and of London, merchant, and coheir of her brothers, John and Richard Nickleson, by whom (who died in 1779, and was buried at St. Anne's, Limehouse,) he had issue, 1. John-Nickleson, above-mentioned. 11. George-Frederick, bapt. at St. Catherine aforesaid, 17th September, 1762, d. young. III. George-Anne, of Worthing, in the count of Sussex, bapt. at St. Catherine ... 19th February 1771, m. at Lambeth, 19th July 1804, Anne, daughter of William Hankins, of the Custom-house, by whom (who d. 9th January, 1827, and was buried at

Wormley, in the county of Herts,) he has issue, two sons and two daughters.

1. Sarah, d. unm. 1772, aged seventeen, and was buried at Limehouse.

II. Charlotte-Louisa, bapt. at St. Catherine aforesaid, 19th Aug. 1761, m. at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, 5th April, 1793, to Samuel Wesley, esq. of Ridge, in the county of Herts, afterwards of Highgate, and now of Islington, in the county of Middlesex.

III. Mary, bapt. at St. Catherine aforesaid, 14th March, 1765, m. first, at Bandon, in the county of Cork, August, 1785, to Swithin White, who d. 16th August, 1807, and was buried at Cork; and, secondly, at St. Martin's in the Fields, in the county of Middlesex, 3rd February, 1808, to Richard Templeton, esq.

HENEAGE, OF HAINTON.

HENEAGE, GEORGE-FIESCHI, esq. of Hainton, in the county of Lincoln, b. 22nd November, 1800, m. 16th January, 1833, Frances, daughter of Michael Tasburgh, esq. of Burghwallis, in Yorkshire.

Mr. Heneage, who succeeded his father 16th June, 1833, is a deputy-lieutenant for

the county of Lincoln.

3Lintage.

The period of the first settlement of the family of HeNe Age in Lincolnshire may be nearly defined by the circumstance of Sir Robert de Heneage being witness, together with Sir Richard de Angemine (of the same county) and several others, to a grant of lands from Nicholas Basset to the monks of Brucria. The deed, a very short one, is addressed to Robert, Bishop of Lincoln, and all the sons of the church setting forth the grant. This document is without date, but must have been either in the time of Robert Bloet, who was chancellor to WilLiAM Rufus, or of Robert Chesney, consecrated in the 13th King Stephen ; for, when Robert Grosshead was made Bishop of Lincoln in 1235, the dating of deeds was in use.

John De HeNe Age (son of Sir William de Heneage, knt. grandson of Walter de Heneage, and great-grandson of John de Heneage, living temp. HeNRY III.) appears by deed to have been possessed of the manor of Haynton, in Lincolnshire, 10 Edward III. That estate was, however, subsequently sold, and passed into the possession of Lord De la Ware, but was re-purchased in the 21 Richard II. of John, Lord De la Ware, by John de Heneage's son,

John HeNEAge, of Hainton, who married Alice, daughter of Walter Goddard, of Swetesham, in Norfolk, and had, with other issue, a son and successor,

Willia M HEN EAGE, of Hainton, who m. Grace, daughter of — Stamford, and had Issue,

1. William, his heir.

ii. Thomas. III. John, of London.

I. Anne, m. to John Thorowgood, of London. The eldest son, WILLIAM HEN EAGE, of Hainton, married two wives; by the second, Joan, daughter of John Diggs, he had a daughter, Ethelred; and by the first, Margaret, daughter of William Cawood, he had two sons, 1. Joh N, his heir. II. Robert, auditor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and surveyor of the Queen's Woods beyond the Trent. He m. first, Lucy, daughter and co-heir of Ralph Burton, esq. of Hemswell, in the county of York; and secondly, Margaret, widow of Sir Henry Strangwayes, knt. and daughter of George Manners, Lord Roos. Of the latter marriage there was no issue, but by his first wife he left at his decease 4th July, 1556, (being buried with her in St. Catherine Cree Church, London,) four sons and two daughters, viz. 1. Thomas (Sir), who was knight of the shire for the county of Lincoln in the parliament held at Westminster in 8 ELIZABETH. He was also captain of her majesty's guards, treasurer of her chamber, vice-chamberlain of her household, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and one of the privy council. Sir Thomas possessed Copt Hall, at that period the noblest house in Essex, and was lord of the manor of Brightlingsea, in the same county. He m. Anne, daughter of Sir Nicholas Poyntz, of Iron Acton, in Gloucestershire, by Joan, his wife, daughter of Thomas, Lord Berkeley, and dying 17th October, 1594, left an only daughter and heiress, Elizabeth, m. to Sir Moyle Finch, bart. of Eastwelk, in Kent. Her ladyship survived her husband, and was created WiscountESS OF MAIDSTo NE in 1623, and

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1. Margaret, m. to Andrew Billesby, of Billesby, living in 1562. 2. Mary. The eldest son, Joh N HENEAGE, esq. of Hainton, married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of John Preston, of Sothereston, in Lincolnshire, and dying in 1477, was succeeded by his son, John HEN EAGE, esq. of Hainton, who m. Katherine, daughter of Thomas Wymbush, of Nocton, and had four sons and a daughter, viz. I. THoMAs (Sir), who m. Katherine, daughter of Sir John Skipwith, knt. and left an only daughter and heiress, Elizabeth, m. to William, first Lord Willoughby, of Parham. II. Joh N. iii. George. IV. Robert.

I. Margaret, m. to John Bohun, of Dryby. The second son, Joh N HEN EAGE, esq. who inherited Hainton from his brother, Sir Thomas Heneage, knt. married Anne, daughter and sole heir of Edward Cope, esq. of Helmeden, in Northamptonshire, and had issue, I. John, of Kirkby, who m. Jane, dau. of Ludovick Wingfield, esq. of the Isle of Wight, and had three daughters, Mary, m. to Roger Dakins. Catherine, m. to John Chilton. Anne, m. to William Blesby. II. GEORGE (Sir), of Hainton, m. Elizabeth, daughter and sole heir of Sir Richard Southwell, but d.s.p. III. WILLIAM, of whom presently.

1. Mary, m. first, to Thomas Andrews; and secondly, to Sir Robert Lane, of Horton. II. Katherine, m. to John Hankford. The third son, WILLIAM HENEAGE, esq. of Benworth, married Anne, daughter and co-heir of Ralph Fishbourne, of Fishbourne, in Durham, and had (with two daughters, Anne, m. to Nicholas Wilson, of Sheepwash; and

Catherine, m. to William Ascough,) two
sons, Thomas (Sir), his heir ; and George
(Sir), who m. Mary, dau. of John Bussy.
The elder son,
Sir Thomas HEN EAGE, knt. of Hainton,

espoused Barbara, daughter of Sir Thomas Guilford, knt. of Leamstead, in Kent, and had four sons and two daughters, viz.

1. GEorge (Sir), his heir.

ii. Guilford.

iii. Henry.

iv. William.

1. Mary, m. to Andrew Boyd, of Scotland. ii. Jane, m. to Patrick Plunkett, Lord Dunsany. The eldest son, SiR GeoRGE HEN EAGE, knt. of Hainton, wedded Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Tresham, of Rushton, in Northamptonshire, and was s. by his son, GeoRGE HENEAge, esq. of Hainton, who m. Faith, daughter of Sir Philip Tyrwhitt, of Stainfield, and was succeeded by his son, GEORGE HEN EAGE, esq. of Hainton, who m. Mary, only daughter and heiress of Thomas Kemp, esq. of Selindon, in Sussex, and was father of GeoRGE HEN EAGE, esq. of Hainton. This gentleman espoused Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Henry Hunloke, bart. of Wingeworth, by Catherine, his wife, daughter and heir of Francis Tyrwhitt, esq. of Kettleby, and had six sons and two daughters. He was s. at his decease by his eldest son, Thom As-HENRY HEN EAGE, esq. of Hainton, who m. first, 14th July, 1728, AnnaMaria, only daughter of Roboaldo Fieschi, Count De Lavagna, in Genoa, by whom he had issue, GeoRGE-Fieschi, his heir.

Elizabeth-Maria. He espoused, secondly, Katherine, eldest daughter of John Francis Newport, esq. of St. John's, Pelham, in Herts, by whom he had issue,

Thomas.

Katherine. The eldest son and successor, GEORGE-Fiesch I HEN EAGE, esq. of Hainton, married 18th September, 1755, the Hon. Catherine Petre, eldest daughter of Robert James, Lord Petre, and had issue, GeoRGE-Robert, his heir. Thomas-Fieschi, b. in London 28th September, 1771, m. in July, 1802, at St. George's, Hanover Square, the Hon. Arabella Pelham, daughter of Charles, Lord Yarborough, and has issue, Charles-Fieschi, m. in August, 1827, Louisa, daughter of Lord. Graves, and has issue,

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