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George, of Hazlebeech Hall, | 1660, m. Mary, daughter of Nele Hewet,
in Northamptonshire, b. in esq. of Dunton Basset, in Leicestershire, 1725, m. Deborah, daughter and by her, who d. 30th November, 1743, of John Sparke, of Cam- | left at his decease, 4th May, 1750, aged bridge.
ninety, a son and successor, 1. Elizabeth, m. in 1706, John
SHUKBRUGH ASHBY, esq. b. 14th SepFreeman, esq. of Wellingbo-tember, 1690, who m. Mary, daughter and rough, in Northamptonshire, heir of Nathaniel Cradock, esq. of Cossinghigh sheriff of that county, and ton, in Leicestershire, by Mary, his wife, had two daughters, viz.
daughter of Thomas Saunders, esq. of SibElizabeth Freeman, m. to Pud-bertoft, in North Hants, and had issue, sey Jesson, esq. of Langley
1. SHUKBRUGH, bis heir. Hall, Warwickshire, and 11. Nathaniel, b. 9th December, 1730. had a son, William Jesson,
III. George, d. 7th August, 1760, at esq. and a daughter, Anne Cambridge, aged twenty-two, s. p. Jesson, m. to Sir Charles 1. Mary, m. to the Rev. William BreckHolte, bart.
nock Wragge, vicar of Frisby. Hannah Freeman, m. to Wil 1. Dorothy, m. to the Rev. Thomas
liam Ash, esg. of Paston, Myddleton, vicar of Melton Mow-
Mr. Ashby d. 14th January, 1752, and was
liam Jesson, esq. of SHUKBRUGH ASHBY, esq. F.R.S. b. 6th
Sutton Coldfield. October, 1724, M.P. for Leicester, who Ann Ash, d. unmarried. served as high sheriff of the county in 1758, Elizabeth Ash, m. first, to and in the following year purchased from
Edmund Ashby, esq. of bis kinsman the ancient family estate of the Lynches, and se- QUENBY. He m. Elizabeth, daughter and condly, to Amelian Hol- heir of Richard Hinde, esq. of Cold Ashby, beck, esq. of Slowley in Northamptonshire, and by her, who died Hill.
8th November, 1795, had two daughters, Mary Ash, m. to the Rev. MARY-ELIZABETH, m. to William La
Richard Bisse Ryland, tham, F.R.S. and F.S.A. of Eltham.
mund Williamson. as stated above, in 1770, William Latham, 2. Mary, m. to Henry Hall, of esq. of Eltham, F.R.S. and F.S.A. and by London.
him, who d. about 1805, and was buried at 3. Hannah, m. to George Chesel- Hungerton, had issue, den, M.D.
WILLIAM-ASHBY Latham, his heir. 4. Anne, m. to Robert Norton, of Maria-Elizabeth Latham, m. to the Rev. Leicester.
George Osborne, of Haselbeech, Nor11. Shukbrugh, of whom presently.
thamptonshire. III. Euseby, b. 15th July, 1662, fellow
Harriet Latham, m. to Thomas Byron, of Trinity College, Cambridge, m.
esq. who is deceased. Mary, daughter of William Major, of Dorothea-Hinde Latham. Leicester, but dying s. p. left his es Mrs. Latham d. in 1815, and was buried
tate to his nephew, Shuckbrugh. with her husband. Her son having assumed 1. Mary, m. to John Ekins, esq. of the surname of Ashby, is the present WILRushden.
LIAM ASHBY Ashby, esq. of Quenby. 11. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Nathan Wrighte,
knt. of Barwell, the lord keeper. Arms—Az. a chev, erm. between three III. Dorothy, d. in 1681, unmarried. leopards' faces or, quartering Ashby of iv. Lucy, d. young.
Lowesby, Burdet, Zouch, and Šluk brugh. v. Margaret, m. to William Boothby, Crest-Out of a mural crown a lion's face
esq. of Marston, in Leicestershire. affronté. Mr. Ashby d. 29th May, 1672, and was bu Motto-Be just and fear not. ried at Hungerton. His second son,
Estates--In Leicestershire. SHUKBRUGH Ashby, esq. b. 10th April, Seat-Quenby Hall.
FITZGERALD, JOHN-FRAUNCEIS, Knight of Glyn, of Glyn Castle, in the county
of Limerick, b. 28th June, 1791, baptized at Taunton, in Somersetshire, 6th July, 1791, m. at Reading, Berkshire, 28th July, 1812, Bridget, fifth daughter of the Rev. Joseph Eyre, of Westerham, in Kent, and has issue,
1. John-FRAUNCEIS-Eyre, b. at Reading, 26th May, 1813,
m. 10th August, 1835, Clara, only daughter of Gerald
Geraldine, b. at Riddlestown, 17th April, 1836.
Lineage. OTHO, or OTHER, a rich and powerful
Lords Gerards of Ince, Earls lord in the time of King ALFRED, descended
of Macclesfield, &c. from the dukes of Tuscany, a baron of Eng III. David, Bishop of St. David's, in land, according to Sir William Dugdale, in 1148, d. 1176. the 16th of King EDWARD the Confessor, MAURICE FitZ-GERALD, the eldest son, was father of
one of the first invaders of Ireland in 1168, Walter Fitz-Otho, or Fitz-OTHER, d. 1st September, 1177, and lies buried in who, at the general survey of the kingdom the friary of the Grey Friars, at Wexford, in 1078, was castellan of Windsor, and was leaving issue, appointed by WILLIAM the Conqueror war 1. GERALD FITZMAURICE Fitz-GERALD, den of the forests in Berkshire, and having justice of Ireland, built the castle of m. Gladys, daughter of Ryall ap Conyn, Sligo, and d. in 1205; ancestor to the had issue,
Dukes OF LEINSTER. 1. GERALD, or Gerard Fitz-Walter, of 1. THOMAS. whom presently.
The second son, 11. ROBERT, Baron of Easton, or Es Thomas Fitzmaurice Fitz-GERALD, m. taines, in Essex.
Ellinor, daughter of Jordan de Marisco, III. WILLIAM, ancestor of the Lords and sister to Hervé de Monte Marisco, con
Windsor and Earls of Plymouth. stable of Ireland, and of Geoffrey de MarisGERALD, or GERARD Fitz-Walter, the co, lord justice of Ireland in the reign of eldest son having m. Nesta, daughter of King John. He d. in 1207, and was s. by Rees, son of Theadore the Great, Prince of South Wales, had issue,
John Fitz-Thomas Fitz-GERALD, Lord 1. MAURICE Fitz-Gerald, of whom of Decies and Desmond, jure uxoris primæ. presently.
These lands were confirmed to him as amply U. William Fitz-Gerald, of the castle as they were held by Thomas Fitz-Anthony,
of Kerrin, in Carmarthenshire, who his father-in-law, 44th Henry III. He m. died in 1173, leaving issue,
first, Margery, daughter and sole heir of Sir 1. Opo, ancestor of the Carews.
Thomas Fitz-Anthony, Lord of Decies and 2. RAYMOND-CRAPUS, went to Ire
Desmond, and had issue, land, and had a principal share
MAURICE Fitz-John Fitz-GERALD, in the conquest of that kingdom,
grandfather to the first Earl of Desancestor of the Graces, Baronets,
mond. and the Fitzmaurices, Earls of He m. secondly, Honora, daughter of Hugh Kerry
O'Connor, of Kerry, and had by her, 3. WILLIAM, ancestor of the Ge 1. GILBERT Fitz-John, ancestor to the
rards of Brynn, Lancashire, White Knight.
11. Sir John Fitz-John, of whom pre- | He surrendered those estates, and had them sently.
re-granted 22nd June, 1635. He m. Joan, 11. MAURICE Fitz-John, ancestor to the daughter of James, Lord Dunboyne, widow knight of Kerry.
of Edmond Fitz-Gibbon, son of Edmond iv. Thomas Fitz-John, ancestor to the Fitz-Gibbon, the white knight, and was s.
Fitz-Geralds of the island of Kerry. by his son, John Fitz-Thomas Firz-GERALD, Lord Gerald Fitz-Gerald, knt. of Glyn, who of Decies and Desmond, by virtue of his made a deed of settlement of his estates, 5th royal seigniory as a count palatine, created December, 1672. He m. Joan, daughter of three of his sons, by the second marriage, O'Brien, and dying before 1700, left knights, and their descendants have been issue, so styled in acts of parliament, patents
1. Thomas, bis successor. under the great seal, and all legal proceed
II. John. ings up to the present time; and having 1. Honora, wife of Henry Fitz-Gerald, founded the monastery of Tralee, was buried
esq. of Bremore, in the county of there in 1260. His second son,
Kerry. Sir John Fitz-John, knt. to whom his Gerald Fitz-Gerald was s. by his eldest son, father gave the castles of Glyncorbury and THOMAS Fitz-GERALD, knt. of Glyn, Beagh, county Limerick, was the first knight seized of an estate in tail under the deed of of Glyn, and left issue,
settlement of 1672, m. Mary, daughter of 1. John Fitz-John, his successor. Edmond Fitz-Gerald, and had issue, II. Gerald Fitz-John, ancestor to the 1. EDMOND, his successor. family of Clenlish and Castle Ishen,
II. RICHARD, who s. his brother. in the county of Cork, baronets.
II. Thomas, who succeeded his brother, Sir John Fitz-John was s. by his eldest son,
Richard. Sir John Fitz-John, del Glyn, knt. who was s. by his son,
iv. Catharine, wife of Robert FitzSir Thomas Fitz-John, del Glyn, knt. Thomas Fitz-Gerald was s. by his eldest
Gerald, of Dublin. Custos Pacis in partibus O'Connyll 20th
son, EDWARD III. 1346, and gave hostages for
EDMOND Fırz-GERALD, knt. of Glyn, who his fealty in 1345. He was s. by his son,
died s. p., administration 1785, and was s. Sir John Fitz-Thomas, del Glyn, knt. by his brother, living in 1331, hostage for his father's fealty RICHARD Fitz-GERALD, knt. of Glyn, in 1345, left issue,
who was s. by his brother, 1. Thomas Fitz-John, bis successor.
Thomas Fitz-Gerald, knt. of Glyn, who 11. Philip Fitz-John, who left a son,
m. Mary, daughter of John Bateman, esq. THOMAS, successor to his uncle.
of Oak Park, in the county of Kerry, and Sir John Fitz-Thomas was s. by his eldest had issue, son,
1. John, his successor. SIR THOMAS Fitz-John, del Glyn, knt.
II. Gerald. 1351, d. s. p. and was s. by his nephew, SIR THOMAS Fitz-Philip Fitz-John, who
JII. Elizabeth, was s. by his son,
IV. Frances. EDMUND Fitz-THOMAS Fitz-GERALD, knt.
v. Catharine. of Glyn, m. Mary, dau. of Thomas, Lord
VI. Jane. Kerry, and dying in 1503, was succeeded Thomas Fitz-Gerald, whose will is dated 17th by his son,
September, 1781, and was proved 18th FebTHOMAS Fitz-GERALD, knight of Glyn, ruary, 1801, was s. by his eldest son, styled sometimes knight of the valley, seized John Fitz-Gerald, knt. of Glyn, who m. of the manors of Glyn and Castleton Beagh, Margaretta-Maria, daughter of John-Fraunattainted 18th HENRY VIII., and again lìth ceis Gwynn, esq. of Ford Abbey, in the of Elizabeth, was s. by his son,
county of Devon, and was s. by his only THOMAS Fitz-GERALD, who was attainted son, JOHN-FRAUNCES Fitz-Gerald, present with his father, and executed 11th of Queen knight of Glyn, being the twenty-first deELIZABETH, leaving a daughter, Ellen, wife scendant from Otho. of Sir Edmond Fitz-Harris, knt. and a son, his successor,
Arms—Ermine, a saltier gules. EDMOND Fitz-Gerald, knt. of Glyn, par „Crest—A boar passant gules, bristled and doned and restored to his estates, 25th No- armed or. vember, 1603. He m. Honora, daughter of Motto-Shanit a Boo. Owen M'Carthy Reagh, and was s. by his Estates-Manor of Glencarberry, conson,
sisting of the town lands of Ballydonohoe, Thomas Firz-GERALD, knt. of Glyn, who Court, Farrenmiller, Ballynagoul, Ballyhad livery of his lands 18th December, 1628. culhane, Ballynamudda, Cahara, Clonough
ter, Killaney More, Killaney Beg, Kinard, acres, held by re-grant from Queen ELIZALower Ballyquiltinane, Parkavohane Free- beth, dated 13th June, 30th of her reign. hold, Tulliglass, and the town of Glyn, The manor was perfected by act of parliabeing a market and post town, all in the ment 11th ELIZABETH, cap. 11. Sep. 3. barony of Shanid, in the county of Limerick Seat-Glyn Castle. and parish of Kilfergus, containing 5,836
MONCK, OF COLEY PARK. MONCK, JOHN-BLIGH, esq. of Coley Park, in the county of Berks, b. 8th August, 1811, succeeded his father in December, 1834.
Catherine,married to Lord
miral Sir Charles Paget. Sarah, m. to Robert Mason, esq. Margaret, m. to Robert Buller,
esq. CHARLES, barrister-at-law, who inhe
rited the property of his maternal
Peerage and Baronetage.)
Jane, d. in infancy.
Rebecca, m. to Chief-Justice John ForsMonck, of Potheridge, in the county of De
ter, and had, with other issue, a dau.
who m. in 1728, George Berkeley, von (whence sprung the celebrated George,
D.D. the celebrated Bishop of Cloyne. Duke of Albemarle), which was established in England by one of the companions in
Elizabeth, m. in 1707, to Joseph Kelly, arms of the Conqueror.
esq. of Kellymount.
The third son,
William MONCK, esq. of the Middle Temson of William Moyne or Monck,
of Pothe- ple, bapt. 27th October, 1692, m. Dorothy, ridge, was constituted, in 1627, surveyor- sister of John, first Earl of Darnley, and general of all the customs in Ireland, and fourth daughter of Thomas Bligh, esq. of purchased estates in the county of West- Rathmore, M.P. for the county of Meath, meath. He m. Elizabeth, eldest daughter by Elizabeth, his wife, younger daughter of of Sir John Blennerhasset, one of the barons Colonel James Naper, of Loughcrew. Mr. of the Exchequer, and was s. by his only Monck was s. at his decease by his son, son,
John Monck, esq. of Bath, who resided Henry Monck, esq. who m. Ist May, in that city for more than forty years, and 1673, Sarah, daughter and heiress of Sir at length died there 12th November, 1809. Thomas Stanley, knt. of Grange Gorman, in * Many,” says a writer in the Gentleman's the county of Dublin, and had issue,
Magazine, « will recollect with regret the George, his heir, who m. the Hon. urbanity of his manners, his cultivated taste, Mary Molesworth, and had issue,
and his various and extensive attainments in Henry-Stanley, surveyor-general literary pursuits.” He possessed great
of the customs, m. Miss Jane wealth, and bequeathed a very considerable Percy, and had issue.
fortune to his second son, George-Paul, M.P. for Coleraine, John BERKELEY MONCK, esq. of the Mid
m. Lady Araminta Beresford, dle Temple, barrister-at-law, who purchased and had a son,
Coley and other estates in the neighbourHenry, of Fowre, in West- hood of Reading. At the dissolution of par
meath, who left by Eliza- liament in 1812, Mr. Monck was invited to beth, his wife, daughter of stand for that borough, but after a severe the Earl of Arran, two contest with Messrs. Lefevre and Simeon, daughters,
suffered a defeat. In 1820, however, he
was more successful, and he continued for phens, esq. of Aldermaston, in Berkshire,
KEMEYS-TYNTE, OF HALSEWELL AND KEVANMABLY,
OR CEFN MABLY.
TYNTE-KEMEYS, CHARLES-KEMEYS, esq. M.P. of Halsewell House, in the
county of Somerset, and of Kevanmably, in
Charles-John, F.R.S. M.P. for the West
ern Division of Somersetshire, and major
ters, Mrs. Bagot and Lady Pilkington,)
CHARLES-KEMEys, b. in 1822.
Milbourne-Kemeys, b. in 1823.
M.P. for East Looe.
Lineage. The family of TYNTE has maintained for distinguished himself on that memorable centuries a leading position in the West of field, that RICHARD Cour de Lion remarked England; of its surname tradition has hand publicly after the victory," that the maiden ed down the following derivation: In the knight had borne himself as a lion, and done year 1192, at the celebrated battle of Asca- deeds equal to those of six Croises (or Crulon, a young knight of the noble house of saders),” whereupon he conferred on him, Arundel, clad all in white, with his horse's for arms, a lion gu. on a field arg. between housings of the same colour, so gallantly six crosslets of the first, and for motto,