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The eldest son,

Brabazon Ellis, esq. of Wyddial Hall, in John SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Olantigh, in the county of Herts, and had, besides the

Kent, b. in 1699, m. 1st, Miss Turner, by present JOHN-SAMUEL-WANLEY SAWBRIDGE and

whom he had no issue, and 2ndly, Elizabeth, Erle-DRAX, esq. of Charborough, four other

daughter of George Wanley, esq. of Lon sons and three daughters, viz. Irs

don, by whom he had two sons and as many Wanley-Elias Sawbridge, a captain in
daughters, viz.
John, his heir.

James Sawbridge.
Wanley, in holy orders, rector of

Samuel Sawbridge, lieutenant R. N.
Thundersley, in Essex, and vicar of

Charles Sawbridge, in holy orders.
Stalesfield in Kent, d. unm. 1796.

Elizabeth-Ann Sawbridge.
Mary, m. to Stephen Beckenham, esq. Isabella-Clementena Sawbridge.
of Bishopsbourne, in Kent.

Caroline Sawbridge.
Catherine, m. 1st to George Macaulay,
M.D. and 2ndly, to

Graham, esq.

Arms—Quarterly: 1st and 4th chequy or Mr. Sawbridge d. 20th April, 1762, and in plume, issuant of the first for Drax; 2nd,

and az, on a chief gu. three ostrich feathers th was s. by his son,

gu. three escallops arg. a bordure engrailed John SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Olantigh, al- of the first for Erle; 3rd, or, two bars az. derman of London, and lord mayor 1775. each charged with a barulet dancetté arg. In 1768 he was elected M. P. for the

a chief indented of the second for Sawborough of Hythe, and in the three succes

sive parliaments, returned by the City of Crests—1st, a demi wivern for DRAX ; Dape London. He m. lst, 15th November, 1763, 2nd, a demi lion rampant az, holding in his lent

Mary-Diana, daughter of Sir Orlando paws a hand-saw erect or, for SAWBRIDGE. Bridgeman, bart. by whom, who d. 28th

Motto-Mort en droit. January, 1764, he had no issue, and 2ndly, in June, 1766, Anne, daughter of Sir Wil

Estates—In the counties of Dorset, Wilts, liam Stephenson, knt. by whom he had Somerset, York, Lincoln, Surrey and Sufthree sons and one daughter. The eldest folk, and in the Island of Barbadoes in the

West Indies. son, ife.

SAMUEL-ELIAS SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Olan Seat-Charborough Park, Dorset and tigh, m. in 1793, Elizabeth, daughter of Ellerton Abbey in Yorkshire.

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ROCHE, OF CARASS.

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ROCHE, DAVID, esq. of Carass, in the county of Limerick, and of Barnetick, in

Clare, b. 19th January, 1791, m. 14th February, 1825,
Frances, daughter of John Ormsby Vandeleur, esq. of
Maddinstown, in the county of Kildare, Colonel of the
5th Dragoon Guards, and has issue,

1. DAVID-VANDELEUR, b. 21st June, 1833.
1. Rosetta.
1. Frances, deceased.
III. Alice.

iv. Elizabeth.
Mr. Roche, who succeeded his father 27th March, 1830, is
a magistrate for the county, and member of Parliament for
the city, of Limerick.

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Lineage. This family of Roche was settled at Li GEORGE Roche, esq. of Limerick (supmerick from a very early period. One of posed to have been brother of Toxeth Roche, its ancestors, John Roche, having been first thrice mayor of Limerick, viz. in 1705, 1723 bailiff of that city in 1438, and another, Da- and 1724) served as mayor for the same vid Roche, first bailiff in 1491 and Mayor city in 1702 and 1721; and was returned its in 1499, since which time the Roches ap- member to Parliament in 1713 and 1715. pear to have been constantly among the He m. first, Miss Vincent, by whom corporate authorities there.

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had a son,

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Henry DRAX, esq. of Ellerton George I. and dying 31st Jan. 1728-9, left

Abbey, who m. Elizabeth, an only surviving daughter and heir,
only surviving daughter and

ELIZABETH ERNLE, who m. HENRY DRAX,
heir of Sir Edward Ernle, esq. of Ellerton Abbey in Yorkshire, and
bart.

was great grandmother of the present Mrs. II. Walter, of Conock, in Wiltshire, SAWBRIDGE ERLE-DRAX of Charborough.

high sheriff of that county in 1710;
m. Mary, sister and co-heir of An-
thony Hungerford, esq. of the Leigh, Family of Sawbridge, of Olanrigh.
near Chricklade, and dying 27th
January, 1720-1, left issue,

George SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Hill Morton
1. Walter (Sir), of Conock, who in Warwickshire, who d. 23rd August, 1637,

inherited the BARONETCY on the left by Agnes, his wife, with other issue, two
demise of his cousin, Sir Ed-sons,
ward Ernle, bart. of Madding John, (his 2nd son), of North Kilworth,
ton. Sir Walter d. s. p. 16th

in Leicestershire, ancestor of the
July, 1732, aged 56.

family of SAWBRIDGE, of East HAD2. John (Sir), of Conock, bart. DON, in the county of Northampton. rector of All Cannings, Wilts,

ISAAC, (his 4th son), of whose line we m. Elizabeth, daughter of John

have to treat.
Smith, esq. of Alton, and d. 30th The younger son,
1 March, 1734, leaving an only ISAAC SAWBRIDGE, esq. of London, bap-
surviving daughter and heir, tized 7th March, 1627, at Hill Morton, m.
ELIZABETH, 6. 30th April, Katherine Bathrom, and dying in 1679, lest

1718, who m. Gifford War- | issue,
riner, esq. and d. 17th No 1. JACOB, his heir.
vember, 1757, leaving a son II. Isaac, d. 1680.
and successor,

III. John, d. 1685.
GIFFORD WARRINER, esq. IV. Joseph, b. 1672, who d. 7th May,
of Conock, who m. Eli-

1719, leaving by Penelope, his wife,
zabeth, daughter of Ga two daughters,
briel Hutfield, esq. of

Alice, d. unmarried 1723, aged 21. Hays, in Kent, and d.

Elizabeth, m. to Brook Taylor, esq. 30th January, 1820,

of Bifrons, in Kent, D.C.L. (see aged 74, leaving two

vol. iii. p. 108).
sons,
Gifford Warriner.

v. James, b. 1675.
ERNLE WARRINER,

1. Mary
of Conock Manor

JI. Anne.
House, Wilts, m. The eldest son,
Susan, 2nd dau. JACOB SAWBRIDGE, esq. M. P. for Crick-
of the Rev. John lade, in the county of Wilts, and one of the
Amyet, of_South directors of the South Sea Company, in the
Brent in Devon, memorable year 1720, purchased, temp.

and has issue. Queen Anne, from the Thornhill family, the 3. Gertrude, m. to Isaac Warri- estate and seat of Olantich, in the county of

ner, esq. and d. 21st December, Kent. He d. 10th July, 1748, leaving issue 1709.

by Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of 1. Susan, baptized 24th November, John Fisher, esq. three sons and a daughter,

1665, m. at Maddington 14th Septem- viz.
ber, 1685, to William Whitaker, esq. John, his heir.
of Motcomb, in Dorsetshire.

Jacob, of Canterbury, who m. Anne, Sir Walter d. 25th July, 1682, was buried

daughter of William Broadnax, esq.

and sister of Thomas Knight, esq. of at Bishop's Cannings, and s. by his grand

Godmersham Park in Kent, and had son,

issue a son, Colonel Jacob Sawbridge, Sir WALTER ERNle, bart. of Maddington, and a daughter, Catherine, m. who d. in minority in 1690, and was s. by Thomas Heron, esq. of Chilham Cashis brother,

tle, Kent. Sir EDWARD Ernle, bart. of Maddington,

John-Elias, of Canterbury, d. (as already shewn), FRANCES, only

1789. daughter and heir of General the Rt. Hon. Catherine, m. 1739 to George MontgoTHOMAS Erle, of Charboroagh, member of mery, esq. of Hanover Square, Lonthe privy council temp. Queen Anne and

don.

to

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who m.

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The eldest son,

Brabazon Ellis, esq. of Wyddial Hall, in JOHN SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Olantigh, in the county of Herts, and had, besides the Kent, b. in 1699, m. lst, Miss Turner, by present JOHN-SAMUEL-WANLEY SAWBRIDGE whom he had no issue, and 2ndly, Elizabeth, ERLE-DRAX, esq. of Charborough, four other daughter of George Wanley, esq. of Lon sons and three daughters, viz. don, by whom he had two sons and as many Wanley-Elias Sawbridge, a captain in daughters, viz. John, his heir.

James Sawbridge.
Wanley, in holy orders, rector of

Samuel Sawbridge, lieutenant R. N.
Thundersley, in Essex, and vicar of

Charles Sawbridge, in holy orders. Stalesfield in Kent, d. unm. 1796.

Elizabeth-Ann Sawbridge.
Mary, m. to Stephen Beckenham, esq. Isabella-Clementena Sawbridge.
of Bishopsbourne, in Kent.

Caroline Sawbridge.
Catherine, m. 1st to George Macaulay,
M.D. and 2ndly, to Graham, esq.

Arms—Quarterly: 1st and 4th chequy or Mr. Sawbridge d. 20th April, 1762, and and az. on a chief gu. three ostrich feathers was s. by his son,

in plume, issuant of the first for DRAX; 2nd, gu.

three escallops arg. a bordure engrailed John SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Olantigh, al- of the first for Erle; 3rd, or, two bars az. derman of London, and lord mayor 1775. each charged with a barulet dancetté arg. In 1768 he was elected M. P. for the

a chief indented of the second for Sawborough of Hythe, and in the three successive parliaments, returned by the City of

Crests-Ist, a demi wivern for DRAX ; London. He m. Ist, 15th November, 1763, 2nd, a demi lion rampant az, holding in his Mary-Diana, daughter of Sir Orlando paws a hand-saw erect or, for SAWBRIDGE. Bridgeman, bart. by whom, who d. 28th

Motto-Mort en droit. January, 1764, he had no issue, and 2ndly,

Estates In the counties of Dorset, Wilts, in June, 1766, Anne, daughter of Sir William Stephenson, knt. by whom he had Somerset, York, Lincoln, Surrey and Sufthree sons and one daughter. The eldest folk, and in the Island of Barbadoes in the

West Indies. son,

SAMUEL-Elias SAWBRIDGE, esq. of Olan Seat-Charborough Park, Dorset and tigh, m. in 1793, Elizabeth, daughter of Ellerton Abbey in Yorkshire.

BRIDGE.

ROCHE, OF CARASS.

ROCHE, DAVID, esq. of Carass, in the county of Limerick, and of Barnetick, in

Clare, b. 19th January, 1791, m. 14th February, 1825,
Frances, daughter of John Ormsby Vandeleur, esq. of
Maddinstown, in the county of Kildare, Colonel of the
5th Dragoon Guards, and has issue,

1. DAVID-VANDELEUR, b. 21st June, 1833.
1. Rosetta.
I. Frances, deceased.
III. Alice.

IV. Elizabeth.
Mr. Roche, who succeeded his father 27th March, 1830, is
a magistrate for the county, and member of Parliament for
the city, of Limerick.

Lineage. This family of Roche was settled at Li George Roche, esq. of Limerick (supmerick from a very early period. One of posed to have been brother of Toxeth Roche, its ancestors, John Roche, having been first thrice mayor of Limerick, viz. in 1705, 1723 bailiff of that city in 1438, and another, Da- and 1724) served as mayor for the same vid Roche, first bailiff in 1491 and Mayor city in 1702 and 1721; and was returned its in 1499, since which time the Roches ap- member to Parliament in 1713 and 1715. pear to have been constantly among the He m. first, Miss Vincent, by whom he corporate authorities there.

had a son,

ARTHUR, second bailiff of Limerick in

Eliza. 1734, and mayor thereof in 1743,

1. Elizabeth, of Youghall. 1756, and 1760. This gentleman had,

2. Charlotte, who m. first, to - Borbeside, two daughters, the elder mar

land, esq. by whom she had Roried to Molloy, and the younger

bert and Charlotte ; and secondto Sexton, a son,

ly, to Captain William Simon The Rev. GEORGE Roche, of Li

Mayne, by whom she had Wilmerick, mayor thereof in 1772,

liam, and Georgina, d. in 1835. who had several children, some

3. Henrietta, m. Captain Davis, and of whom or their descendants

has issue, are believed to be now living in Mr. Alderman Roche, m. secondly, BridLimerick.

get, daughter of Stephen Winthrop, esq. George Roche, m. secondly, Mary, daughter and had by her three other sons and three of — Bindon, esq. of Mongrett, in the county daughters, namely, of Limerick, and widow of — Mills, esq. who Winthrop, Captain 45th Regt. d. 1801. was killed in a duel ; by this lady he had DAVID, of whom presently, one son and one daughter, namely,

Benjamin, Captain 5th and 30th RegiDavid, of whom presently.

ments, died at Limerick, unmarried, Anne, who m. 15th April, 1726, Major 5th February, 1836.

John Carleton Whitelocke, and had Frances, m. Edmund Blood, esq. of issue,

Dublin, and died in 1833, leaving Bulstrode Whitelocke, baptized issue, 16th February, 1727, in St.

Neptune Blood, who m. his first Mary's Church, Limerick, d. s. p.

cousin Bridget, daughter of DaGeorge Whitelocke, baptized 4th

vid Roche, esq. of Carass, and May, 1750, who'm. Mary,

,

has issue, Edmund Blood, Dadaughter of David Roche, esq.

vid-Roche Blood, and Frances of Limerick, and died 12th Ja

Blood.
nuary, 1831, leaving issue,

David Blood.
Bulstrode - Carleton White-

Thomas Blood, Recorder of Youglocke,

hal. James Whitelocke, of Am

Winthrop Blood, of Bordeaux, in boise in France.

France.
George Whitelocke.

Bridget Blood, living unmarried.
Anne Whitelocke.

Elizabeth Blood, m. to George
Georgina Whitelocke, d. at

Gubbins, esq.
Paris, 1835.

Fanny Blood, d. unmarried.
Henrietta Whitelocke, d. in

Mary-Anne Blood, m. to Thomp1790.

son Russell, esq. of Limerick. Frances Whitelocke.

Mary, m. to George Whitelocke, esq. Mary Whitelocke, m. to Wil

and has issue. liam Horton Lloyd, esq. Anne, living unmarried. F.L.S. and has issue. (See Alderman Roche's second son by his sevol. i. p. 244.)

cond marriage, Anne Whitelocke, died before her David Roche, esq. of Cahirassy, or Caparents, unmarried.

rass, in the county of Limerick, a magisKatharine Whitelocke, m. to trate for that shire, wedded first, Frances,

Birmingham, and d. s. p. daughter of William Maunsell, esq. of LiThe son of George Roche, by his second merick, and had, by her, one son and two wife,

daughters, viz.DAVID Roche, esq. alderman of Lime DAVID, his heir. rick, was second bailiff in 1738, and mayor Bridget, m. to her cousin Neptune in 1749. He m. first, Miss Tierney, by whom he had a son,

Frances, m. to Jeffry Browning, esq. George, of Youghall, who m. Char of Carass Court, and has surviving lotte, daughter of Blood, esq. and

issue, has issue,

1. Thomas Browning.
1. George-TIERNEY, whom. Sarah,

2. David-Roche Browning.
daughter of
Sparrow, esq.

3. Edward Browning.
and has issue,

4. Benjamin-Winthrop Browning. George.

5. William-Henry Browning. Richard.

6. Jeffrey Browning. Charlotte,

7. Alfred Browning. Emma.

8. Edmund-John Browning. Jane.

1. Frances-Theodosia Browning.

Blood, esq.

2. Caroline Browning.

Arms-Gu. three roaches, naiant in pale 3. Georgina Browning.

arg, with a crescent az, on a crescent or, for 4. Anna Browning.

difference. 5. Jane Browning.

Crest-A rock ppr. thereon an osprey (or 6. Rebecca Browning.

stork) with its wings displayed arg. memMr. Roche, m.secondly, Rebecca, daugh- bered or, holding in its dexter foot a roach ter of William Long, esq. and by that lady

arg had one son and two daughters, viz.

Motto-Mon Dieu est ma roche.
William.
Rebecca.

Estates—In the counties of Limerick,
Mary.

Clare, and Kerry. He died 27th March, 1830, and was suc Seats—Carass in the county of Limerick, ceeded by his son, the present David Roche, and Barnetick in Clare. esq. of Carass, M. P.

BANKES, OF WINSTANLEY HALL.

BANKES, MEYRICK, esq. of Winstanley Hall and Up-Holland House, Lancashire, born 22nd November, 1811; succeeded his father, who died 1st March, 1827, having assumed, in 1804, the name and arms of Bankes only, in place of those of Holme, from which family he was paternally descended.

had a son,

Lineage.

The elder son,

RICHARD Bankes, esq. of Bank Newton, m. in 1414, Margaret, dau. of Sir Piers Tempest, knt. of Braswell, by whom he

THOMAS Bankes, esq. of Bank Newton, who left issue by his wife, whose name is not on record,

John, his successor.
Grace, m. William Hoghton, esq. of

Pendleton, co. Lancaster.
John Bankes, esq. of Bank Newton, son

and heir, m. Emily, dau. of Sir John Pudou

sey, knt. of Bolton, and left an only son,

RICHARD BANKES, esq. of Bank Newton,

who m. Joan, dau. of Richard Norton, and SIMON BANKES, the first of this family on had issue, record, m. in 1335, the dau. and heiress of 1. John, of Bank Newton, eldest son Katherton, of Bank Newton, in Craven, and heir, m. Elizabeth, dau. of WilYorkshire, (whose great-grandfather, Wil liam Clapham, esq. of Barnsley. His liam de Katherton, held four carucates of line continued at Bank Newton for land in the same place, of the fee of Wil four generations, when that property liam de Kyme, per esch. 44 Hen. III.) and was sold, as above-mentioned, to the acquired, jure uxoris, the manor of Bank Townleys, of Royle. A younger Newton, which remained in the Bankes' fa branch from this line was the family mily till sold by the elder branch, about the of Banks, of Beck Hall, afterwards middle of the 17th century, to Nicholas Town of Revesby Abbey, which became ley, esq. of Royle.

extinct in the person of the Rt. Hon. LAWRENCE BANKES, esq. of Bank New Sir Joseph Banks, bart. K.B. Preton, son and heir of Simon, was father of

sident of the Royal Society. The desJohn BANKES, esq. of Bank Newton, who cent of the Revesby branch is given had two sons,

below. RICHARD, his successor.

II. WILLIAM. Thomas," Attorney of the Duchy of The second son, Lancaster, temp. Hen. V. m. Alice, WILLIAM Bankes, esq. settled first at daughter of John Quixley, Co. York, Wigan, in Lancashire, acquired the mansion and had issue Richard Bankes, ances and estate of Winstanley about 1585 by tor of the Quixley family."-Greg- purchase from James Winstanley, of Winson's Lancashire.

stanley, one of the poor knights of Windsor,

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