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ter of Samuel Galton, esq. of Duddeston Hall, Warwickshire,

a banker in Birmingham. 11. Ambrose, b, 18th January, 1698, d.

11th February, 1742, leaving a dau. Anda, m. to Alfred Lloyd, esq. her


III. SAMPSON, of whom presently. The third son,

SAMPSON LLOYD, esq. a banker in Birmingham, b. 15th May, 1699, married, first, 29th September, 1727, Sarah, daughter of Richard Parkes, esq. of Old Park, near Wednesbury, Staffordshire, and had by her

1. SAMPSON, of Bordesley, in the county

of Warwick, b. 2nd August, 1728,
who m. Rachael, daughter of Samuel
Barnes, esq. of London, and by her,
who d. in 1814, left at his decease,
27th December, 1807,
1. SAMPSON, b. in 1765, m. Han-

nah, daughter of - Harman, esq.
of London, and d. leaving a son,

Sampson, deceased. 2. SAMUEL, of Bordesley, in War

wickshire, a banker in Birmingham, b. in 1768, m. in 1791, Rachael, daughter of George Braithwaite, esq. of Kendal, in Westmoreland, and has issue, GEORG E-BRAITHWAITE, a ban

ker in Birmingham, b. 5th January, 1794, m.

Mary, daughter of John P. Dearman, esq. of Birmingham, and has issue, Sampson-Samuel, b. 10th

November, 1820. George-Braithwaite, born

15th October, 1824. Samuel, an iron-master

at Wednesbury, b. 20th July, 1795, m. in 1823, Mary, daughter of - Honychurch, esq. of Falmouth, and has issue,


William, a physician in Bir-

mingbam, b. 10th February,

1798. Barnes, died in infancy. Isaac, b. 30th May, 1801, m.

Mary, daughter of Isaac
Rigge, esq. of Kendal, and
has issue,


Theodore, born 15th October,

1806, m. Anna, widow of Cornelius Ash, esq.of Bewd ley, and has a son, Theodore

b. in 1834. Sampson, b. 7th June, 1808. Wilson, b.9th February, 1811,

d. 3rd September, 1835. Deborah, m. to George Sta

cey, esq. of Tottenham, Mid

dlesex, and has issue. Rachael, m. to Robert, son of

Luke Howard, esq. of Tot

tenham, and has issue. Sarah, m. to Alfred Fox, esq.

of Falmouth, and has issue. 3. David, a banker, at Hailsworth,

in Suffolk, b. 12th September, 1769, m. first, Mary-Elizabeth, daughter of John Hanbury, esq. of Coggeshall, which lady d. in 1829, and, secondly, Miss Day,

daughter of — Day, esq. 4. Richard, b. 6th June, 1772, m.

Elizabeth, daughter of J. Har-
man, esq. and had issue,
Richard-Harman, b. 10th Fe-

bruary, 1807, m. Isabella-
Mary, daughter of William
Borrodaile, esq. of Balham,

in Surrey. Elizabeth-Beatrice, 6.7th No

vember, 1798, m. to Richard
Alsager, esq. M.P. for East

Charlotte, m. to the Rev. G.

Echalez, of Appleby. 5. Alfred, a banker in Birming

ham, b. 9th November, 1780, m.
Anna, daughter of Ambrose
Lloyd, esq. and has issue,

Alfred, b. in 1811.
Edgar, b. in 1815.
Hubert, b. in 1820.
Ambrose, b. in 1823.
George, b. in 1825.

Ellen. 6. Henry, a banker in London, b.

30th December, 1784. 7. George, b. 3rd May, 1786, a

captain in the 3rd Light Dra

goons, d. in 1832. 1. Mary, d. 16th May, 1816. 2. Sarah, m. to Joseph Foster, esq.

of Bromley House, Essex, and

has issue. 3. Rachael, m. to W. P. Summer

field, esq. of Alleslry, in War

wickshire, and has issue. 4. Elizabeth, m. to John Biddle,

esq. late of Neach Hill, Shropshire, now of Leamington, and


has a daughter, Rachael, m. to George Lloyd, M. D. of Al

brighton. 5. Anne, m. to W. P. Summer

field, esq. and has, with other issue, Sampson Summerfield, a

banker at Shiffnal. 6. Agatha, m. to Joseph Biddle,

esq. of Birmingham. 7. Charlotte, m. to Thomas Phelps,

esq. of Dublin, and has a son,

Joseph Lloyd Phelps. 8. Catherine, m. to George Birk

beck, esq. F.R.S. a physician in London, and has a son, William Lloyd Birkbeck, barrister-at


9. Lucy, d. young. Sampson Lloyd married secondly, 17th September, 1731, Rachael, daughter of Nehemiah Champion, esq. of Bristol, and by her (who was born 30th March, 1712, and died 16th September, 1756,) had (with other children, who d. in infancy,) 1. Nehemiah, b. 16th January, 1745,

d. 22nd February, 1801. WI. CHARLES, of whom presently. IV. John, banker in London, b. 6th Ja

nuary, 1750, d. 22nd January, 1811, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Corbyn, esq. of Laytonstone, Essex, merchant in London, and had issue, 1. Corbyn, a banker in London,

b. 26th January, 1785; d. in 1828 ; m. Emily, daughter of J. Atlee, esq. of Wandsworth, and has three daughters, Emily,

Rosaline, and Bertha. 2. Edmund, b. 25th January, 1787,

d. at Madeira. 3. Ambrose, b. 22nd March, 1789,

deceased. 4. Mark, b. 17th December, 1790,

lieutenant in the Scots Greys. 5. Llewellyn, of Lapp Cottage,

Dalecarlia, Sweden, author of Field Sports in the North of

England,” 6. 27th July, 1792. 6. Joseph, of Lambeth, b. 11th

August, 1796. 1. Rachael. 2. Lucy, m. to Halsey Janson, esq.

of Stamford Hill, Middlesex, and has issue, Edward, b. 17th November, 1808, Henry, Louisa, Mary-Elizabeth, Emma, Clara,

and Lucy-Matilda.

3. Elizabeth. v. Ambrose, b. 24th February, 1754 ;

d. 16th July, 1787; m. Elizabeth, daughter of John Talwin, esq. of Royston, in Herefordshire, and had a daughter,

Anna, m. to her cousin Alfred

Lloyd, esq. of Goldicot House,

Warwickshire, and has issue. 1. Mary, b. 12th October, 1736; d. 18th

November, 1770; m. 18th January,
1757, Osgood Hanbury, esq. of Hol-
field Grange, near Coggeshall, in
Essex, and had issue,
1. John Osgood Hanbury, b. 23rd

November, 1757 ; d. 23rd July,

1773. 2. Sampson Hanbury, died in in

fancy. 3. Osgood Hanbury, of Holfield Grange, Essex, a banker in London, b. 15th June, 1765, m. Susannah-Willett, daughter of John Barclay, esq. a banker in London, and has issue, Osgood, of Tulse Hill, a banker

in London, b. 2nd July, 1794, m. Eleanor, daughter of W. Hall, esq. and has

two sons and two daughters. Robert, of the firm of Truman,

Hanbury, Buxton, and Co.
brewers in London, m. and

has issue.
Henry, b. 30th June, 1798.
Sampson, deceased.
Arthur, b. in 1801, rector of

Philip, a banker in London,

b. 30th June, 1802.
Susan, m. to Robert Field, esq.

and has issue. Anna. Rachael, m. to Robert Barclay,

esq. of Clapham, son of Charles Barclay, esq. M.P.

and has issue.

Mary. 4. Charles Hanbury, of Halsted,

in Essex, a banker at Bury, Ipswich, b. 26th September, 1766, m. the daughter of John Bland, esq. and d. in 1825, leaving issue, of whom Priscilla m. W. P. Honywood, esq. M. P. for

Kent. 5. Richard Hanbury, b. 23rd No

vember, 1767 ; d. 23rd May,

1768. 6. Sampson Hanbury, of Poles

Hall, Herts, a brewer in London (Truman, Hanbury, Buxton, and Co.), b. 12th March, 1769 ; d. in August, 1835; m. Agatha, daughter of Richard Gurney, esq. of Norwich, and sister of Hudson Gurney, esq. of Keswick Hall, in Norfolk, M.P. for New

ton. 1. Anna Hanbury, m. 12th Febru

ary, 1782, Thomas Fowell Bux

ton, esq. of Berkensted Hall, in Hertfordshire, and had a son, Thomas Fowell Buxton, esq.

M.P. for Weymouth. 2. Rachael Hanbury, m. Richard

Gurney, esq. M.P. for Norwich, and d. 1st June, 1825, leaving

issue (see vol. i.). 3. Mary Hanbury, b. 24th August,

1770; d. in 1829; m. to her cousin David Lloyd, esq. of Ke

nilworth. 1. Rachael, m. to David Barclay, esq.

brewer in London, (Barclay, Perkins,

and Co.) and d. 2nd June, 1809. Sampson Lloyd's second son by his second marriage,

CHARLES LLOYD, esq. of Birmingham, b. 22nd August, 1748, inherited by bequest his brother Nehemiah's estates in Warwickshire. He m. Mary, only daughter of James Farmer, esq. of Bingley House, Birmingham, and by her (who was born 23rd December, 1750, and d. 9th December, 1821,) had issue,

1. CHARLES, his heir.
11. James, of Bingley House, in the

commission of the peace for the
county of Warwick, b. 16th March,
1776, m. 14th July, 1802, Sarah,
daughter of Francis Hart, esq. of
Nottingham, and has issue,
1. FRANCIS, b. 25th June, 1803,

high bailiff of Birmingham in
1833, a magistrate for Warwick-
shire, and an officer in the county

yeomanry. 2. James, b. 15th March, 1806, a

merchant at Gloster, m. Elmira,

daughter of J. Page, esq. 3. Charles, of Birmingham, b. 9th

March, 1807. 4. William - Reynolds, b. 30th

March, 1808, a merchant at

Gloster. 5. Nehemiah, of Birmingham, b.

9th August, 1810. 6. Thomas, b. 16th September,


1. Priscilla, b. 7th March, 1805. ul. Robert, b. 10th December, 1778,

m. Hannah, daughter of Francis Hart,
esq. of Nottingham, and d. 26th Oc-
tober, 1811, leaving issue,

J. Robert, b. 2nd March, 1811.
1. Hannah, b. 11th March, 1805.
2. Mary, m. 5th May, 1832, to the

Rev. John Geddes Crosbie, of
Fenwick Manse, in Ayrshire,

and has issue. 3. Sarah. iv. Thomas, a merchant in Birmingbam, b. 5th November, 1779, m. Susannah, daughter of John Whitehead,

esq. of Barford, in Warwickshire, á

banker in Warwickshire, and by her (who resides at the Brandies, Beddington, Surrey,) left at his decease, 28th December, 1811, three daughters, viz.

Anne, b. 2nd July, 1806.
Susan, b. 9th March, 1808.
Agatha, m. to George Esgstrom,

esq. a Swedish merchant in Lon

don. v. Plumstead, of London, b. 7th Oc

tober, 1780, m. first, Frances-Isabella, daughter of J. Betenson, esq. of Ipswich, and by her (who d. 18th September, 1816,) has surviving issue, 1. Mary-Elizabeth, m. to her cou

sin Edward Lloyd, esq. 2. Emina. 3. Isabella, m. to Henry Russell,

esq. of Toronto, Upper Canada. Mr. Plumstead Lloyd m. secondly, Jane, daughter of John Howell, esq. and has by her a daughter,

Jane-Howell. 1. Priscilla, m. the Rev. Christopher

Wordsworth, D.D. formerly dean of Bocking, and present master of Trinity College, Cambridge, author of the “Ecclesiastic Biography,” &c. brother of William WordsWORTH, the poet, and has issue, 1. John Wordsworth, b. 1st July,

1805, fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge. 2. Charles Wordsworth, scholar

of Christ Church, Oxford, second master of Winchester College, b. 22nd February, 1806, m. Charlotte, daughter of the Rev. J.

Day. 3. Christopher Wordsworth, fellow

of Trinity College, Cambridge, late public orator of the university, and head master of Har

row, b. 30th October, 1807. II. Olivia, m. to Paul Moon James,

esq. of Wake Green, Worcestershire, a magistrate for that county, a banker in Birmingham, and high bailiff in

1834. 11. Mary, m. to George Braithwaite,

esq. of Kendal, and d. 22nd Novem-
ber, 1822, leaving issue,
1. George Braithwaite, b. 21st July,

2. Thomas Braithwaite, b. 1st May,

1816. 3. Samuel Braithwaite, b. 25th

April, 1820. 4. James Braithwaite, b. 25th April,

1820. 1. Mary Braithwaite, m. to Alfred Hingeston, M. D. of Plymouth.

2. Deborah Braithwaite. IV. Auna, m. to Isaac Braithwaite, esq. of Kendal, and has issue, 1. Isaac Braithwaite, b. 6th July,

1810. 2. Charles-Lloyd Braithwaite, b.

11th December, 1811. 3. George-Foster Braithwaite, b.

13th August, 1813. 4. Robert Braithwaite,b. 21st July,

5. Joseph-Bevan Braithwaite, b.

21st June, 1818.
1. Anna Braithwaite.

2. Caroline Braithwaite.
v. Caroline, d. unm. 13th October,

1811. vi. Agatha, m. to James Pearson, esq.

a banker in Birmingham, and has

issue. Mr. Charles Lloyd d. 16th January, 1828, and was s. by his eldest son, the present CHARLES LLOYD, esq.

Arms-Quarterly: 1st and 4th, sa. a hegoat passant arg. ; 2nd and 3rd, az, three cocks arg. armed, &c. or.

Crest-- A he-goat.
Motto-Esto vigilans.

Estates-In the counties of Warwick and Stafford.

3. Mordecai, m. Hannah Fulbourn,

and had a daughter, Hannahı, who m. James Pemberton, and was mother of Rachael Pemberton, who m. Thomas Parke, and had two sons and a daughter, viz. Thomas Parke, JamesPemberton Parke, and Hannah


1. Mary, d. unm. 1. Hannah, b. in 1666, m. first to J.

Delavall, of Philadelphia; and se

condly to Richard Hill, but d. s. p. 11. Rachael, b. in 1667, m. George Purton, and had 1. Margaret Purton, who m. Richard Moor, and had issue, Samuel-Purton Moor, m. Han

nah Hill.
Richard-Mordecai Moor, m.

Eliza Coleman.
Thomas Moor, m. S. Emlin.

Charles Moor, m. Mary Hill.
2. Hannah Purton, who m. Samuel
Carpenter, and had issue,
Samuel Carpenter, married in

Purton Carpenter, married

Hannah Smith.
Hannah Carpenter, m. to S.

Shoemaker, and bad a son,
Benjamin, who m. Elizabeth
Warner, and had a daugh-
ter, Emma, m. first to Ro-
bert Morris, and secondly

to John Bloodgood. III. Mary, b. in 1674, m. Isaac Norris,

and d. in 1748, leaving issue to sur-
vive her,
1. Isaac Norris, m. Sarah Logan,

and d. in 1766, leaving a daugh-
ter, Mary, m. to John Dicken-

son, and had issue.
2. Charles Norris, m. Mary Parkes,
and d. in 1766, having had issue,

Isaac, d, unm. in 1802.
Joseph-Parkes Norris, gover-

nor of the Bank of Penn-
sylvania, m. Elizabeth Hill
Fox, and had issue,
Charles, Dorothea

Clapier, and had Lewis
Clapier Norris, and Jo-

seph-Parkes Norris.
Joseph - Parkes,

C. Thomson, and has issue, Anne, Elizabeth,

and Richard.
George Washington.
Mary-Parkes, m. to W.

Lloyds of America.

THOMAS LLOYD, third son of Charles Lloyd, esq. of Dolobran, by Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Thomas Stanley, of Knuckyn, in Salop, had by his first wife,

1. Mordecai, b, in 1669, lost at sea in

1694. 11. John, b. in 1671, d. in Jamaica un

married, III. Thomas, m. Sarah Young, and had issue, 1. Peter, who m. Mary Martin,

and had a son, Thomas, who m. Mary Laurence, and had PeterZachary Lloyd, d. unm. ; Thomas, lost at sea in 1778, unm.;

and Charles, d. unm. 2. Thomas, who m. Susan Owen, and had Sarah, m, to W. Moore, and

had Thomas L. Moore, who m. L. Stamper, and had two daughters, Mary Moore, m. to Richard Willing, and Elizabeth Moore, m. to M.

Warbois. Susan, m. to Thomas Wharton, and bad Lloyd Wharton,

Hannah Wharton, Moore Wharton, and Sarah Wharton.



d. unm.,

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F. Emlin, member of
the House of Assembly
of Pennsylvania, and
has George Emlin, Jo-
seph-Norris Emlin, and
Elizabeth-Norris Em-

Elizabeth-Fox, m. to E.

T. Sergeant, and has
Jonathan Dickenson
Sergeant, and Eliza-

beth-Norris Sergeant.
Deborah, m. to William
Brown, and had a dau.


Charles, m. Elizabeth Gardi-
ner, and d. in 1813, leaving
Mary Norris, m. to Isaac

Schrach, and has issue.
Deborah-Logan Norris.

Steptinez Norris.
Deborah, m. to George Logan,

and had Alban, who m. his cousin M. Dickenson, and

Algernon. 3. Samuel Norris, d. unm. in 1746. 1. Mary Norris, m. Thomas Grif

fin, and had Isaac Griffin, who m. Sarah Fitzwalter ; Mary Griffin, who d. unm.; and Hannah Griffin, who d. aged ninety

one, in 1817. 2. Hannah Norris, m. Richard

Harrison, and had Thomas, who m. Frances Serle, and Hannah, who m. Charles Thomson, secretary to the Congress during the

Revolutionary War. 3. Elizabeth Norris, d. unm. in

1779. 4. Deborah Norris, d. unm. in

iv. Elizabeth, b. in 1677, m. to David

Zachery, but had no issue.
V. Margaret, b. in 1680, d. unm.
VI. Deborah, b. in 1682, m. Mordecai

Moor, and had issue.


DALE, THURSTAN, esq. of Ashborne, in the county of Derby, a major in the army, b. in 1776, m. 23rd March, 1800, Helen, daughter of Thomas Mathews, esq. of Drogheda, and granddaughter of John Taylor, esq. of Swords House, in the county of Dublin, and has issue,

THURSTAN, B.A. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, student of the Inner Temple.
Robert, lieutenant in the 63rd regiment.
Helen-Katherine, m. to John Shuttleworth, esq. of Hodsack Park, Notts.

Katherine-Amelia, m. to Edward Chaloner, esq. of Liverpool.
Major Dale succeeded his father 3rd January, 1835.


Chadwick, of Fairfield Head, in Stafford-
sbire, and died in 1642, leaving with three
daughters, three sons, viz.

1. Thurstan, died a bachelor.
Jl. RICHARD, who m. Mary, daughter

of William Baker, of Ashover and
Sheldon, and died in 1642, leaving a
George, of Flagg, who married

Mellicent, daughter of Robert
Dakayne, of Prestcliff, in the
county of Derby, and had two
sons and a daughter, viz.

1. Thurstan, d. unm.
2. ROBERT, of Flagg, who m.

Jane, daughter and heir of ROBERT DALE, of Flagg, in the county

Law Brenton, esq. of Hurdof Derby, who entered his pedigree at the

low, and died in 1665, leavHerald's visitation of that county in 1634,

ing issue, married Margery, daughter of Thomas

George, of Flagg, who

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