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vi. Joan, m. in 1571, to Guy Lyte.
1. Elizabeth, who m. Thomas TarberThe eldest son and heir,
ville, of Wool Bridge, in the county Robert FRAMPTON, of Moreton, was of Dorset. twenty-two years of age and upwards at his 11. Katharine, b. in 1626, m. to William father's death. In 1588 he was high sheriff Hayward. of the county of Dorset. By Margery, his 111. Anne, m. in 1658, to Josiah Ebrall, wife, daughter of Lord Thomas Paulett, of of Balsall, in the county of Warwick. Melplash, second son of William, marquis Iv. Dorothy, m. to William Rose, of of Winchester, he had two sons and a daugh Rempston, in the county of Dorset.
William Frampton, d. 16th August, 1643, 1. Thomas, the eldest, d. o. p. 8. p. in and was s. in his estates by his eldest son, 1571.
WILLIAM FRAMPTON, of Moreton, who 11. Charles, who appears to have had was b. 17th November, 1629. He entailed
a wife named Ursula, but probably d. the family estate on his brothers, Richard without surviving issue, as his uncle and Tregonwell, and their issue male sucWilliam became possessed of the cessively, with remainders to the sons of his Moreton estates.
cousin Giles Frampton, of Buckland Ripers, 1. Elizabeth, m. in 1593, to William Dac- and d. unm. 8th February, 1689. Richard
comb, son of James Daccomb, of Frampton, of Biston, his second brother, Iwerne Stepleton, in the county of having d. in his lifetime, without issue male, Dorset.
as before stated, the estates devolved on WILLIAM FRAMPTON, fourth son of John TREgonWell FRAMPTON, esq. of Moreton, Frampton and Elizabeth Willoughby, be- third brother of the said William, who was came as above stated, possessed of the manor born in 1641. He was keeper of the reand estates of Moreton. He m. Elizabeth, ceiving horses to King William III., Queen second daughter and co-heir of George Anne, George I. and GEORGE II. and d. Broughton, of Sampford Botfield, in the unm. at Newmarket, in 1728, when, by county of Somerset (who re-married Tho- virtue of the entail before mentioned, the mas Hannam, of Wimbourne Minster, in estates devolved upon his kinsman, (the the county of Dorset), and had issue (be- descendant of James Frampton, of Buckland sides Robert and Catharine, who d. young), Ripers, fifth son of John Frampton, esq. of WILLIAM, his successor.
Moreton, by Elizabeth Willoughby) Elizabeth, who m. Edmund Hollis, of WILLIAM FRAMPTON, esq. of Moreton, Monkton.
who obtained possession of the estate (by He d. 28th February, 1608, and was s. by a family arrangement which was ratified by
act of parliament, in the third year of Queen WILLIAM FRAMPTON, of Moreton, who Anne), during the life of his cousin Tregonwas born 7th April, 1607, and having m. well Frampton, on whom an annuity was at Katharine, daughter of John Tregonwell, of the same time settled. William Frampton Milton Abbas, in the county of Dorset, had was b. in 1681, and m. Judith, daughter of issue,
Henry Arnold, esq. of Ilsington, in the 1. WILLIAM, his heir.
county of Dorset, by whom (who d. 1732), J. Richard, of Biston, in the county of he had issue, Wilts, b. in 1630, m. Jane, daughter
William and Judith, who both d. young, of Sir Francis Cottington, of Font and hill, in the county of Wilts, who d. in James. 1711, by whom he was father of William Frampton, d. in 1717, when his William and Elizabeth, who both estates devolved on his only surviving son, d. young and unm.
JAMES FRAMPTON, esq. of Moreton, who Katharine, who m. Charles, third was born in October, 1711. In 17 GEORGE
son of William Lord Stourton. II. he was high sheriff of Dorset. By Mary, Jane, m. Edward Paston, of Bar- his first wife, only daughter and heir of
mingham, in the county of Nor- Joseph Houlton, esq. of Farley Castle, in folk.
the county of Somerset, to whom he was m. Mary, b. in 1677, d. unm. in 1698, 20th August, 1746, and who d. in 1762, he
buried in the abbey church at had no issue. He m. secondly, Phillis, Bath, with an epitaph to her me- only daughter (and heir after her brother's mory, by Dryden.
death, in 1761), of Samuel Byam, esq. of * III. Tregonwell, who s. his brother Wil- the Island of Antigua, widow of Charlton liam.
Wollaston, M.D. by whom (who d.in Februiv. George, who by his wife, daughter ary, 1829), he had issue,
of Dewey, of Wimborn, in the JAMEs, his heir.
Moreton, in 1746, on the site of the ancient
mansion, and the church there in 1776, on Motto-Perseverando. the site of the former church. He d. 28th Estates-Moreton, by marriage, in the October, 1784, and was s. by his only son, time of EDWARD III. ; Affpuddle with Palthe present JAMES FRAMPTON, esq. of More- lington, Briantspiddle with Throop, in the ton.
15th century; Tonerspuddle and Armswell,
early in the 16th century; Bovington and Arms - Argent, a bend gules, cotized others, by purchase, in 1757; all in the sable.
county of Dorset. Crest-A greyhound sejant argent, col Seat-Moreton, in Dorsetshire. lared gules, ringed or.
RUDGE, OF EVESHAM.
RUDGE, EDWARD, esq. F.R.S. of the Abbey Manor House, Evesham, in the
county of Worcester, b. 27th June, 1763, m. at St. George's, Hanover-square, 27 July, 1791, Anne, only daughter of Peter Nouaille, esq. of Great Ness, Sevenoaks, Kent, and has
EDWARD-John, A.M, barrister-at-law, b. 30th May, 1792,
m. 29th August, 1825, Felizarda, second daughter of
EDWARD-Charles, b. 18th April, 1828.
Pole, esq. eldest son of Charles Pole, esq. of Wyck
hill House, Gloucestershire, and has issue. Mr. Rudge succeeded his father 28th May, 1790, and served the office of high sheriff of Worcestershire in 1829.
Lineage. From manorial grants, cited in Shaw's Staffordshire, it appears that
JOHN DE RUGGE was of Seysdon, in the county of Stafford, 17 EDWARD II. He left two sons and a daughter, viz. RICHARD, his heir ; William, living 9 EDWARD III., and Alice, m. to William de Gatacre. The elder son,
RICHARD de Rugge, living 9 EDWARD III. and 8 RICHARD II. was father of
Roger de Rugge, living 3 HENRY V. who m. Joan, daughter of William Wilkins, of Bridgenorth, and was succeeded by his son,
THOMAS DE Rugge, of Seysdon, 37 HENRY VI. and 3 EDWARD IV. who left by Anne, his wife, daughter of Thomas Shenton, a son and successor,
John Rugge, who flourished in the reigns of EDWARD IV., RICHARD III., and Henry VII. and was father of
John Rugge, who m. a lady whose christian name was Joyce, but of what family is not recorded. He was buried at Trysull, in Staffordshire, 9th January, 1587, leaving issue,
1. RICHARD, who m. a daughter of
Wollaston, of Trescot Grange, in the
county of Stafford, and d. s. p. 11. William, of Seysdon, who m. first,
a daughter of - Moseley, of Whit-
1. Thomas, who d. s. p.
at Trysull, 9th January, 1592,
3rd February, 1616, who m.
at Trysull until 1753. 3. Joan, m. to Thomas Codsall, of
Staffordshire. 111. THOMAS, of whose line we have to
IV. John, buried at Evesbam, in Febru- tioned in the wills of his father and of his
ary, 1648, leaving a son, John, men- brother Edward, was buried there 17th May, tioned in the will of his uncle Thomas, 1635, leaving by Anne, bis wife, three sons in 1623.
and two daughters, viz. The third son,
1. WILLIAM, of Evesham, m. 17th NoTHOMAS RUDGE, settled at Evesham, in vember, 1670, Isabel, daughter of Worcestershire, and m. 23rd January, 1588, Thomas Jones, of that place, and d. Alice Haye, of that town, by whom, who in November, 1705. His issue bewas buried at Bengworth parish, 18th Sep
came extinct in the male line in tember, 1616, he had issue,
1727. 1. EDWARD, alderman and sheriff of II. John, of London, b. 7th October,
London, in 1637. To him and to his 1627, d. 24th August, 1662.
daughter of Edmund Travers, of London, EDWARD, of Great Warley, in Es- merchant, and by her, who was buried in
sex, and of Blazies, in Berk- the church of St. Andrew's, 30th December,
II. John, b. at Tottenham, 15th Octo-
1652, at Great Warley, in merchant, deputy-governor of the Essex; had issue.
South Sea Company, and director of Edward, b. 30th March, 1656. the Bank, M.P. for Evesham from Luther, b. 5th July, 1662.
1696 to 1740. He purchased, in 1717, Jane, b. at Myles, the seat jointly with John Hopkins, esq. the
of the Luthers, in Essex, lordship of Braybrook, Northamp
in 1650, d. 13th June, 1730. tonshire, and an estate at FarmboMary, b. 8th June, 1651, bu rough, in Warwickshire, in 1725. ried at Great Warley, 1682.
He m. in 1698, Susanna, daughter Anne, b. 12th August, 1657. and heir of John Letten, esq. of LonRebecca, b. 15th December, · don, and d. 22nd May, 1740, leaving 1658, buried at Great War
issue, ley, 1680.
Edward, F.R.S., M.P. for EveElizabeth, b. 9th March, 1660,
sham in 1741, 1747, and 1754, of buried at Great Warley,
Whitfield, in Oxfordshire, b. 1682.
22nd October, 1703 ; m. 8th Bridget, m. to the Rev. John
April, 1729, Elizabeth, daughter Griffith, vicar of White
and co-heir of Matthew Howard, Waltham, in Berkshire.
esq. of Hackney, but d. s. p. 6th Thomasine, m. to James Fil
Susanna, m. 27th April, 1721, to William, of London, will dated
Sir William Stanhope, K. B. 22nd May, 1652, proved 7th
second son of Philip, Earl of April, 1662, d. s. p.
Elizabeth, m. 18th November, 1747,
to Welbore Ellis, Lord Mendip, esq. of Myles's, in Essex (see
p. 9; Taylor, of Clifton).
The eldest daughter of Sir John Dethick, Thomas Rudge dated his will 7th May, 1623, Elizabeth, m. Sir John Banks, bart. of Aylesford, and it was proved at Worcester, 21st June near Maidstone, and one of their daughters and following. His second son,
co-heirs, Elizabeth Banks, espoused Heneage, WILLIAM Rudge, esq. of Evesham, men
Earl of Aylesford.
but d. s. p.
s. p. 1722.
111. Edward, of London, merchant, d.
Edward, b. at Ewelme, 30th
November, 1801, m. Miss iv. BENJAMIN, of whom presently.
Long, and has issue. 1. Susanna, b. 31st June, 1667, m. Ist
Anne-Mary, m. to HayMay, 1688, to John Lacy, esq. of
wood, esq. Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex,
Elizabeth, and had issue,
who are all married. John Lacy, d. s.p.
Frances, Arthur Lacy, who left one daugh iv. Samuel, b. 31st October, 1727, high ter.
sheriff for Northamptonshire in 1792, Susanna Lacy, m. to the Rev. Mr. d. s. p. 24th January, 1817.
Stephenson, and had several v. Thomas, b. 15th March, 1729, d. s.p. children.
Hatton Garden, and had a daugh- 1741, and was s. by his son,
EDWARD Rudge, esq.b. 11th April, 1717,
child; and, secondly, to Thomas 1759, Elizabeth, second daughter of Walter Lloyd, esq. of Lincoln's Inn, by Long, esq. of Preshaw, Hants (see p. 74), whom she had issue.
and by her, who d. 16th April, 1820, had II. Elizabeth, b. 25th May, 1675, m. 6th issue,
December, 1694, to Sir Robert Eyre, 1. EDWARD, his heir.
29th March, 1834, and buried at Wal-
1. Elizabeth. iv. Mary, b. 19th September, 1618, m.
Mr. Rudge d. 28th May, 1790, and was s. by 25th February, 1703, to James Wight- his son, the present EDWARD Rudge, esq. of wick, esq. of Lawrence Waltham, in the Abbey Manor House, Evesham, who purBerkshire, and had issue.
chased in that year a moiety of the estate of Mr. Rudge d. in 1696. His fourth son, The Rev. BENJAMIN Rudge, M.A. L.L.B. 1792, a considerable part of that moiety of
Seymour Biscoe, esq. at Evesham, and in rector of Thornhaugh, in Northamptonshire, the lordship of Braybrooke, in Northampb. 16th January, 1680, m. first, the daughter tonshire, which belonged to John Hopkins, of Goddard Carter, esq. of Alvescot, in Ox esq. on the division of the lordship between fordshire, by whom, who d. in 1712, he had him and John Rudge, esq. in 1778, under the no issue ; secondly, 22nd April, 1714, Eliza- enclosure act of parliament; the other porbeth, daughter of Jacob Reynardson, esq: tion, together with the manorial rights, of Bristol, by Frances, his wife, daughter of having been, with the Castle estate, previFrancis Farnaby, esq. of Kippington, in ously sold to Lord Braybrooke, by wbom it Kent, and had by her, who d. in 1757, a
was disposed of by auction, in July, 1812. numerous family, of whom survived infancy, Mr. Rudge also purchased various closes of 1. EDWARD, his heir.
land, of considerable extent, at Evesham, 11. John, of Ellstree, Middlesex, b. 13th and built the Abbey Manor House in 1816.
April, 1724, m. 16th October, 1777, * There is another branch of the family Anne, daughter of Thomas Reeve, settled for some time in Gloucestershire, to M.D. of London, by Mary, his wife, which belongs the Rev. James RUDGE, D.D. sister and sole heir of Thomas Gil- of Hawkchurch rectory, near Axminster, bert, esq. but d. s. p. 14th March, who is son of the late James Rudge, of Heath 1801.
End House, Cromhall, and nephew of the
in Oxfordshire, b. 8th November, of Gloucester.
Crest-Out of a mural crown or, two arms
erect, with the sleeves gu. hands and cuffs 2nd July, 1795, Sarah, daughter of the Rev. James Stopes, and
ppr. supporting a shield arg.
Motto-In cruce fides.
Seat-Abbey Manor House.
GALTON, OF DUDDESTON HOUSE.
GALTON, SAMUEL-TERTIUS, esq. of Duddeston House, in the county of War
wick, b. 23rd March, 1783, m. 30th March, 1807, Frances-Anne-Violetta, eldest daughter of Erasmus Darwin, M.D. by Elizabeth, his wife, widow of Colonel Pole, of Radbourne, in Derbyshire, and has issue,
Darwin, b. 18th March, 1814.
Erasmus, b. 31st May, 1815.
esq. of Smethwick Grove, in the county of Stafford. Millicent-Adele.
Emma-Sophia. Mr. Galton succeeded his father 19th June, 1832. He is a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for the county of Warwick.
Lineage. The name of Galton is of ancient occur SAMUEL Galton, esq. of Duddeston House, rence in the county of Dorset. Hutchins, in the county of Warwickshire, b. in 1720, in his history of that shire, makes mention m. Mary, daughter of Joseph Farmer, esq. of the heirs of Simon de Galton, as holding and left at his decease, with four daughters, of Walter de Hogle, and he of the King in Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth, and Hannah, who chief, by knight's service, the hamlet of all d. issueless, a son, Galton, surveyed in Doomsday Book, in two Samuel GALTON, esq. F.R.S. of Duddeston parcels, by the designation of Galtone or House, b. 18 June, 1753, who m. Lucy, eldest Gaveltone. The Rev. John Galton, M.A. daughter of Robert Barclay, esq., of Ury, in of New College, Oxford, and vicar of Lul- Kincardineshire, M.P. for that county, by worth, during fifty years, was b. in 1578, and Lucy, his first wife, daughter of Robert Barthe Rev. Edward Galton held the rectory of clay, esq. of London, and had issue, Wareham, in 1661. The immediate ances SAMUEL-Tertius, his heir. tor of the Warwickshire family,
Theodore, b. 1st April, 1784, d. in 1809. HUBERT GALTON, of Kingston Winter Hubert - JOHN - BARCLAY, of Warley bourn, in Dorsetshire, d. in 1662, leaving, Hall, Salop. with three daughters-Dorothy, b. in 1648 ; Ewan-Cameron, b. in 1791, d. in 1800. Mary, b. in 1655; and Edith, b. in 1658, JOHN-HOWARD, of Hadzor House, Worwho all died unmarried, an only son,
cestershire. JOHN GALTON, esq. of Yatton, in the Mary-Anne, m. in 1806, to Lambert county of Somerset, b. in 1650, who m. Schimmelpenninck, esq. Bridget, relict of John Tucker, esq. and d.
Sophia, m. in 1833, to Charles Brewin, in 1695, leaving a son and successor,
esq. John GALTON, esq. of Yatton, b. in 1671,
Adele, m. in 1827, to John Kaye who m. in 1703, Sarah Button, and had three
Booth, M.D. of Brush House, in sons and four daughters, namely,
Warwick, b. in 1705; m. in 1734, his eldest son, the present Samuel Tertius
issue in 1775. Robert, of Bristol, merchant, b. in 1708; m. in 1734, Hannah Farmer, six fleurs de lys of the second, an eagle's
Arms-Erm. on a fess engr. gu. between and d. in 1746, leaving two sons and two daughters, all of whom d. young.
head erased arg. between two bezants. SAMUEL, of whom presently.
Crest—On a mount vert, an eagle erm. Edith, d. without issue in 1784.
looking up at the sun or, its claw resting on Sarah, m. in 1774, to William Menson, a fleur de lys gu. esq. of Ilminster.
Motto-Gaudet luce videri. Elizabeth,
Estates-In Warwickshire and SomerMary, } both d. 8. p.
setshire, Mr. Galton d. in 1743. His third son,