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Margaret Kemble, m. to the Hon.
cousin, Susanna Skinner,
Montague, fifth Earl of
as will appear. Maria-Theresa, m. Sir James
Louisa, m. G. H. Blake, esq. 11. Ann Van Cortlandt, b. 13th Fe
bruary, 1674; n. Stephen De Lancy,
whom. Miss Barclay, having
Sir James De Lancy,
Johnstone ; and second-
lonel 17th Lancers.
of the army:
Phila, m. Payne Galloway.
Sir Peter Warren, K. B. and
pant-General Charles Fitz-
second Duke of Grafton), created BARON SOUTHAMPTon. (See Burke's Peerage
and Baronetage). Charlotte Warren, m. Wil
loughly Earl of Abingdon, and had, with others, Montague Earl of Abing
don, who m. his cousin, Emily Gage, the granddaughter of Margaret Van Cortlandt, as al
Colonel William Skinner,
count Gage, the grand-
Lancy, as already men
tioned. Adam-Gordon (Sir), the
present baronet. Charles C. Johnson (Lt.
Earl of Cassilis, and had,
Marquess of Ailsa. II. Mary Van Cortlandt, b. 4th April,
1680 ; M. Colonel Killian Van Ren
selear. IV. Gertrude Van Cortlandt, b. 10th Ja
nuary, 1681 ; d. unm. v. Gertrude Van Cortlandt, b. October,
1688; m. Colonel Henry Beekman. vi. Elizabeth Van Cortlandt, b. in 1691,
vil. Elizabeth Van Cortlandt, b. 24th
May, 1694 ; m. the Rev. William Skinner, and had issue,
1. Cortlandt Skinner, Attorney
General of New Jersey, m. E.
Anna, mn. William Tyrrell.
Gertrude, m. to Mr. Barbarie.
Miss Kingsmill; and second July, 1698; m. Colonel John Schuyly, Miss J. Macartney. He
ler. had issue,
The second son of the Rt. Hon. Stephen
Philip VAN CORTLANDT, b. 9th August,
1683; m. Catharine De Peyster, and on the Maria.
failure of heirs male to his elder brother Elizabeth.
John, as already shewn, continued the line
II. Abraham, b. 19th October, 1713; d.
unm. aged thirty-three.
ter, Prunella, m. the Rev. unm. aged thirty.
iv. John, b. 9th September, 1718; d.
v. Governor Pierre, b. 10th January, John.
1721 ; m. Catharine Livingstone, and Cortlandt, in the military left issue, service in the East In
1. Pierre, who espoused at the Redies.
volution the American cause, and Elizabeth, m. John Tyrrell.
became a general officer ;, he m. Isabel, m. Dr. Fraser, and had
first, Miss Clinton; and, secondMajor John Fraser.
ly, Miss Stevenson, leaving issue, Thomas.
Pierre, heir to the manor of
Cortlandt, &c. &c.
2. Philip, also espoused the cause Anna.
of Independence, and was also a Gertrude, m. Colonel Mere
General; died s.p. dith.
3. Rene, m. Miss Clinton. Catharine, m. Sir William Ro
4. Gilbert, d. s. p. binson, and had
5. John, d. s. p. William.
1. Catharine, m. Theodosius Van Catharine, m. Col. Smelt.
2. Cornelia, m. G. Beekman. cousin, William, son of 1. Catherine, b. 1725; killed 1736, by General Sir Frederick the accidental bursting of a cannon. Robinson, K.C.B.
The eldest son,
Nugent, bart. G.C.B. and ber, 1711; m. 1738, Mary-Walton Ricketts,
first cousin to William-Henry Ricketts, the George.
father of Viscount St. Vincent and the CounEdmund.
tess Northesk. They had issue, Louisa, m. Sir Thomas 1. PHILIP, of whom presently. Freemantle, bart.
H. William-Ricketts, b. 13th March, Emily.
1742; m. Elizabeth Kortright, and 2. William Skinner, m. his cousin, had, with other issue, a daughter, (as already shewn), Susan War
Lena, m. her cousin, George Ricren, they had a daughter,
ketts. Susan, m. to her cousin, Vis 1. Catharine, b. 25th August, 1745; d. count Gage.
an infant. 3. Stephen Skinner, m. his cousin, The eldest son, Catherine Johnsone.
Col. PHILIP VAN CORTLANDT, b. 10th No1. Elizabeth, m. Mr. Parker. vember, 1739; d. 1st May, 1814. He took yili. Catharine Van Cortlandt, b. 24th an active part against the revolutionary
June, 1696; m. Andrew Johnson, and party, and was frequently engaged against had
their armies in the field, and in consequence Stephen, m. to Miss Kearney. he lost an ample fortune in actual possesJohn, m. to Isabel Hooper. sion, as well as in reversion, and his claims Catharine, m. her cousin, Stephen as the eldest son of the representative of Skinner.
the family, in the manor of Cortlandt, &c.
became forfeited. He m. 2nd August, 1762, Cowley House, WILLIAM TAYLOR, Catharine, (who died at Torquay, Devon, esq. mentioned already. 22nd February, 1828), daughter of Jacob JII. Catharine Van Cortlandt, twin with Ogden, (by Elizabeth Bradford, whose only Mrs. Taylor, m. Dr. William Gourbrother claimed to be entitled to the earl Jay, of Kincraig, Scotland, and of dom of Bradford at the demise, in 1762, of Madeira, and had the fifth earl, but died before his title was
1. John, died s.p. established), by whom he had twenty-three
1. Jane, m. John Austin, Lieutechildren, of whom the following lived to
nant Colonel in the British army years of maturity,
and Brigadier General of the Major Philip Van Cortlandt, b. 30th
Portuguese army during the Pe
ninsular war under the Duke of July, 1766 ; m. Mary Addison; they d. issueless.
Wellington. They have issue,
John Austin. II. Stephen Van Cortlandt, twin with his brother. He died young, s. p.
3. Catharine, m. first, Captain R. was killed in Spain in 1811. He m.
Douglas, R.N. by whom she had Ann, daughter of the Rev. Dr. War
no issue; she m. secoudly, J. rington, of Wrexham, and left issue,
Bean, by whom she has issue.
iv. Margaret-Hughes Van Cortlandt, Emma, m. her first cousin, W. H.
m. O. Elliott Elliott, esq. of Binfield Warrington, esq. and has issue,
Park, Berks, and of Portland Place, Emma-Gertrude-Anne War
v. Gertrude Van Cortlandt, m. ViceCharlotte-Jane Warrington.
admiral Sir Edward Buller, bart. iv. Henry-Clinton Van Cortlandt, ma
M.P. recorder of East Looe, of Trejor 31st Regiment, now living unm.
nant Park, Cornwall, and had
John St. Aubin, died young.
Anna-Maria, m. to Lieutenant-cocaptain 45th Regiment, died at Ma
lonel James-Drummond-Buller dras unmarried s.
Elphinstone, third son of the S.p.
Hon. Fullerton Elphinstone, of 1. Mary - Ricketts Van Cortlandt, m.
East Lodge, Middlesex, (vide John M. Anderson, and left issue,
Burke's Peerage), and have 1. John-Mackiel, died in the East
VII. Charlotte Van Cortlandt.
VIII. Sophia-Sawyer Van Cortlandt, m. 3. James, died s. p.
Captain Sir William-Howe Mulcas1. Mary-Ann, the second wife of ter, R. N. companion of the Bath,
Harry Younge, and has issue knight commander of the Guelphic one child,
order, knight commander of the Elliott Young
Tower and Sword, naval aid-de-camp 2. Elizabeth, m. Alexander Trotter. to the king, by whom (who d. 10th 3. Catharine, m. Captain Frederick March, 1837) she has issue, Angelo, of the Bengal Cavalry,
Gertrude-Elizabeth Mulcaster. 4. Margaret Douglas, m. Captain
Arms-Arg. the wings or arms of a windGertrude Cortlandt, d. young. mill saltierways sa. voided of the field, five 11. ELIZABETH Van Cortlandt, m. at l estoiles gu.
FARDELL, OF LINCOLN. FARDELL, JOHN, esq. of Holbeck Lodge, in the county of Lincoln, barrister-at
law, F.S.A. & F.A.S., 6.4th May, 1784, m. 26th September, 1809, Mary, youngest daughter of John Tunnard, esq. of Frampton House, in the same shire, and has issue,
JOHN-GEORGE, b. 26th September, 1810, in holy orders,
B.A. of Christ's College, Cambridge, and rector of Sprotborough, in the county of York, to which he was presented by his father, John Fardell, esq. in 1837. Charles, b. 30th March, 1813, B.A. of St. John's College,
Cambridge, and of the Middle Temple. Mr. Fardell, who succeeded his father, 16th February, 1805, is a magistrate, and deputy-lieutenant for the county of Lincoln, and represented the city of Lincoln in Parliament, in the Session of 1830.
Lineage. The family of Fardell came originally 11. William, 6.31st March, 1785, d. 10th from Northamptonshire, and has been settled June, 1786. in Lincolnshire for more than a century.
jui. George, b. 6th September, 1789, d. WILLIAM FARDELL, esq. b. in 1707, m. 21st February, 1791. Catherine, daughter of — Hubbert, and by iv. Thomas, b. 1st November, 1791, of her who d. 26th November, 1778, left, at his Queen's College, Cambridge,
in holy decease, 23rd October, 1745, a son,
orders, L.L.B. Rector of Boothby John FARDELL, esq. of Lincoln, b. 27th Pagnell, in the county of Lincoln, m. December, 1744, who m. 7th July, 1783, 21st January, 1819, Emma-ClaraEleanor-Penelope, daughter of John Hay Anne, only daughter of William Meyward,* esq. of the same city, and had issue, rick, esq. of Bodorgan, in the county 1. John, his heir.
of Anglesea, and has had issue,
Thomas-Meyrick,b. 4th May, 1824, * ABRAHAM HAYWARD, of Lincoln, left by Eleanor his wife, a son,
d. 26th February, 1825. John HAYWARD, esq. of Lincoln, who m. Mary,
Thomas-John, b. 15th April, 1827. eldest daughter of Thomas Rogers, merchant of
Henry-William-King, b. 4th SepLondon, and had issue,
tember, 1831. Thomas, supposed to have died unmarried.
Emma-Eleanor, Abraham, died a widower, leaving two daugh
Clara. John, died leaving a daughter, Margaret.
v. Richard, twins, b. 10th July, 1793, Charles, who m. Jane Knight, and had issue, vi. Charles, S both d. 30th August, 1793. William-Knight.
VII. Henry, b. 6th March, 1795, late of Charles, deceased.
St. John's College, Cambridge, in Thomas, married and had issue.
holy orders, M. A. magistrate for the John, married. Robert, who m. Dorothy, daughter of the Rev.
Isle of Ely, and counties of Cambridge, Richard Rudd, Prebendary of Winchester,
Norfolk, and Lincoln, Prebendary of and had one daughter, Mary-Ann.
Ely, and Vicar of Waterbeach and ELEANOR-PENELOPE, m. to John FARDELL, esq.
Wisbeck, in the Isle of Ely, m. 6th of Lincoln, and died 16th April, 1834.
January, 1820, Eliza Sparke, eldest Mary, m. to William Turington, of London, daughter of Bowyer Edward, Lord merchant, and left issue,
Bishop of Ely, and has issue,
Edward, b. 27th September, 1825.
Thomas-George, b. 26th October, native regiment in India.
1833. Marmaduke Turington, in holy orders, Vi
1. Catherine, n. 1st October, 1811, the
Rev. Henry Bassett, B.A., Rector of Charlotte Turington, m. to Colonel Aitche
North Thoresby, and Vicar of Glent
worth and Saxby, in Lincolnshire, and Rebecca Turington, widow of Colonel
has had issue, Leighton, in the Bombay Establishment.
Henry-John Bassett, b. 1812, d. Sarah Turington.
Richard - Edward Bassett, b. Ist was s. by his eldest son, the present JOHN
July, 1815, of Lincoln College, FARDELL, esq. of Holbeck Lodge.
Arms- Az. on a bend erm. between a Uni-
1818, of Lincoln College, Oxford. inois, an open book ppr. clapps or, between John-Fardell Bassett, b.24th March, two roses, gu. barbed and seeded vert. 1827.
Crest-On a mount vert, a demi lion erCatherine-Mary Bassett.
minois, charged on the shoulder with a rose, 1. Mary, m. 19th August, 1823, to the and holding between the paws an open book,
Rev. George Moore, B. A. minister as in the arms.
Seat-Holbeck Lodge, in the county of Mr. Fardell died 16th February, 1805, and Lincoln.
TRAFFORD, OF TRAFFORD.
TRAFFORD, THOMAS-JOSEPH, esq. of Trafford Park, in the county of Lancaster,
b. at Croston, 22nd March, 1778, m. 17th August, 1803,
HUMPHREY, b. 1st May, 1808.
of Stephen-Walter Tempest, esq. of Broughton, in the
county of York, and has issue.
Mr. Trafford succeeded his father, 29th October, 1815. He is a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for the county Palatine of Lancaster, and served as high-sheriff in 1834.
Lineage. The old and knightly family of Trafford, father, “was then dead and had flourished: seated at Trafford, in the county Palatine in King CANUTE the Dane his time, about of Lancaster, from a period antecedent to the yeare 1030, and perhaps died after in the Norman conquest, has preserved time St. Edward the Confessor his time, about immemorial an unbroken male-descent. The the year 1050: hee bad noe surname, as first recorded ancestor,
then few of our Saxon nobilitie or gentry RANDOLPHUS DE TRAFFORD, who flourished bad.”. Randolphus was Lord of this family “ante Conquestum,” as the family pedigree and in age, (his son Robert, grandchild to sets forth, was father of another
Randle, being then at man's estate), at or RANDOLPHUS, of whom mention is made in immediately after the conquest, and about the two deeds to “Radulphus filius Radulphi,” year 1080, Radulph and his son, received the by which it appeareth that Radulphus, the King's peace and protection from Sir Hamon
* William Colman, esq. of Gorney, in the county of Devon, representative of the ancient family of the name so long settled in that shire, married Jane, sister of Edward, 8th Duke of Somerset, and had (with a daughter, Jane, mn. first, Sir John Fleming, bart. ; and, secondly, Edwin Lord Harewood) à son and successor, Francis Colman, esq. of Hillersdon, who died in 1820, leaving three daughters, his co-heirs, of whom the eldest m. first, Collins, and secondly, Shiell; the second wedded Pettiward, of Finborough Hall; and the third became Mrs. Trafford.