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BARTON, OF STAPLETON AND SWINTON.
BARTON, JOHN WATSON, esq. of Stapleton Park, in the county of York, and
of Swinton, in Lancashire, 6. 20th August, 1798; m. 29th
This is a branch of the ancient family of Mary, m. to John Baldwen, esq. of IngBarton, of Smithills, in Lancashire, recorded thorp Grange, in Yorkshire. in the herald's visitation of 1567, but subse Sarah, m. to R. W. Robinson, esq. quently established in the palatinate of Ches
M.D. of Preston. ter.
The eldest son, WILLIAM ANDREW Barton, esq. a scion
John Barton, esq. of Swinton, in Lanof the Smithill's line, purchased from Sir cashire, and Saxby, in Lincolnshire, b. in Thomas Savage, in 1616, the estate of Dean- 1770, entered into partnership with his father, water, in Cheshire, and that property, with and by his talents and industry raised himother lands lineally descended to
self to the highest station amongst the merGeorge BARTON, esq. who m. in 1720, chants of his time. He m. in 1796, MargaLucy, daughter of J. Segar, esq. of Catley, ret, daughter of John Watson, esq. of Presin Yorkshire, and died in 1738, leaving four ton, in Lancashire, and had issue, RICHARD, died unmarried.
John Watson, his heir.
Mary, m. to Thomas Heywood, esq. of
Hope End, in the county of Hereford. Lancashire.
Sophia, m. to Jeremiah Taylor, esq. of George, who married Mary, daughter
the Grange, in the county of Worcesof -- Raines, esq.
ter, lieutenant-col. in the army. Henry, of whom presently.
Mr. Barton, who was a deputy lieutenant of The fourth son,
the county of Lancaster, died in 1831, and Henry Barton, esg. acquired considera was s. by his son, the present John WATSON ble property as a merchant at Manchester, BARTON, esq. of Stapleton Park. and purchased, about the end of the last century, the estates of Swinton and Ward Hall, Arms—Az. on a fesse between three bucks' in Lancashire. Hem. in 1768, Mary, daugh- heads cabossed or, a martlet gu. between ter of Joseph Bushell, esq. of Neston, in two acorns, leaved, ppr. Cheshire, and had issue,
Crest-An acorn or, leaved vert.
John Watson, esq. of Preston. in Lincolnshire, and Stapleton in Yorkshire.
ter of Mr. Watson.
RYLAND, OF BEARLEY AND SHERBORNE.
RYLAND, SAMUEL, esq. of Bearley and Sherborne, in the county of Warwick, and
of Cannon Hill, in the county of Worcester, was born 5th December, 1764; m. 8th March, 1808, Anne, daughter of Samuel Pemberton, esq. of the Laurels, Edgbaston, in the county of Warwick, by Mary, his heir, daughter of William Grosvenor, esq. of Market Drayton, a lineal descendant of a younger branch of the Grosvenor family.* By this lady Mr. Ryland has an only daughter,
LOUISA-Anne. Mr. Ryland succeeded his father, 5th June, 1814. He is a magistrate for the counties of Warwick and Worcester, and served the office of high sheriff for the latter county, in the year 1822.
* Family of Grosvenor. Mrs. Ryland's descent from the Grosvenor family is thus traced :
Gilbert le Grosvenor.
Robert le Grosvenor.
Henry le Grosvenor.
Ralph le Grosvenor.
Ralph le Grosvenor.
the daughter of Maynwaring de Pever. Ralph le Grosvenor.
RANDOLPH GROSVENOR, of Bellaport, who m.
a daughter of Randolph Mainwaring, and
Anne, daughter of William Charlton, by
m. and had issue.
William Greaves, a son,
daughter of Thomas Wood, a son,
church, Oxford. He m. Elizabeth,
John, of Oxford.
Taunton, knt. town clerk of Ox-
of the judges in his late ma
jesty's court of King's Bench. Hannah.
Sir Robert le Grosvenor. He defended his
coat of arms against Richard Lord Scrope.
Sir Thomas le Grosvenor, Lord of Hulme, m.
one of the co-heirs of Sir William Phesant,
without male issue.
and heir of John Eaton, of Eaton.
with which we have now to do.
and co-heir of Richard Pershall, and had
+ See " Taunton of Freeland," vol. ii. p. 215.
Lineage. This family was anciently seated on an the old church of St. Botolph's Aldersgate estate called Ryland's Hill, at Bearley, in the Street, London : parish of Suitterfield,* in the county of
“ Here lieth she whose heavenly worth Warwick. Of this estate the Rylands held
Conceived may be, but not set forth; possession for many centuries, and it finally
The best idea in her life passed into other hands in the year 1779,
Of maid, of daughter, and of wife. being then sold by Richard Ryland, esq. of What you could wish in any one London. The patrimony of the family ap Was hers in full perfection. pears to have been materially impaired by the Think then how poor that man is left, active part which they took in the civil wars Who of such treasure is bereft! between Charles I. and his parliament. She liv’d, she died, bemoan'd, belov'd The irretrievable loss of a pedigree which
Of men, of angels, God approv'd.” gave a genealogical detail during a period This is that Elizabeth, the much esteemed and of nearly three hundred years, as well as of beloved wife of R. Wingfield, esq. of the body to the registers of Bearley,ť in which the name King James, and daughter of R. Ryland, esq. of the family was traced as far back as the
She lived thirty-six ars; fourteen married, and year 1500, renders it difficult, with that pre- in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.
died praying 26th November, 1617. • Precious cision and accuracy which are desirable, to notice the early descents in their proper Passing over the long catalogue of names connection. From documents, however, still which we find mentioned in connection with extant, the long continued and uninterrupted the occupancy of Bearley by this family, possession of the property at Bearley is suf- for the reason above assigned; we begin ficiently evident. From these documents too, with that of we become acquainted with several interest William RYLAND, esq. who, on quitting ing facts, as, for example, that one of the Bearley, towards the close of the sevenRylands married Susanna Perkes, of Bear-teenth century, m. the eldest daughter of the ley, who is known to have been of the Rev. William Fincher, Vicar of WednesPerkes, to one of whom, “Clement Perkes bury, in Staffordshire, by whom he left a of the Hill," Shakspeare alludes in the son and successor, “ Second part of King Henry the Fourth,” WILLIAM RYLAND, esq. of Birmingham, act v. scene 1.
who was b. 24th May, 1696. He m. 27th The following inscription was placed on February, 1726, a daughter of the Rev. Mr. the tomb of one of the Bearley family, in Sillitoe, of Birmingham, and had issue,
William GROSVENOR. Hem. first, Mary Ca
George Pemberton, d. young.
Rebecca Pemberton, d. young.
Mary Pemberton, m. Tbomas Stokes, esq.
and had issue.
ANNE PEMDERTON, of whom hereafter. Mr. Grosvenor m. secondly, Mary, daugh
Sophia Pemberton, m. Charles Lloyd, ter and co-heiress of Richard Townshend,
“ Lloyd of Dolobran," vol. esq. of Ellerton Hall, in the county of Sa
iv. p. 107), and had issue ; she d. 7t lop, and dying in October, 1787, left issue
Rebecca Pemberton, m. William Harby her, RICHARD.
ding, esq. of Copeley, in the county of
Warwick, and has issue.
Lucina Pemberton, d. young.
Caroline, Pemberton, d. young.
ANNE, the third daughter of Samuel Pember-
ton, esq. by Mary, daughter of William Anne, m. Joseph Bradley, esq. and had
Grosvenor, esq. was m. 8th March, 1808, issue, one son.
to Samuel Ryland, esq. of Bearley and Sophia, d. upm.
Sherborne, in the county of Warwick, by Lucina, m. Samuel Riddlesden, esq. and
whom she has issue, an only daughter,
* Of another freehold estate in this same parish, Mary, the eldest daughter of William Gros
venor, esq. by his second marriage, married the present Mr. Ryland, of Bearley and Sherborne,
# From another daughter of the Rev. W. FinSamuel Pemberton, d. 29th August, 1836. cher are descended the “ Scotts of Stourbridge and Thomas Pemberton, d. 18th March, 1830. Great Barr.” See vol. iii. p. 665.
d. s. p.
1. John, who succeeded him.
Camp-hill, near Birmingham, and II. William, who was b. in the year
had issue. He d. in 1824. 1731, and m. Elizabeth, daughter of
4. Joseph-Weatherley Plipson, m. Samuel Pemberton, esq. of Birming
Sarah, daughterot William Price, ham. He d. 1611 May, 1810, in the
esq. and has issue. He served seventy-ninth year of his age, and
the office of low bailiff of Birlest issue,
mingbam, in 1825. 1. William, b. Ist February, 1763,
1. Sarah, d. unm. m. Sarah, daughter of Charles
2. Mary, d. unm. Freeth, esq. and had issue.
11. Mary, d. unm. 2. Samuel, b. in March, 1764; d. Mr. Ryland, of Birmingham, at his death, in October, 1791.
in the year 1760, was succeeded by his el3. John, d. young. 4. Thomas, b. 15th September, John Ryland, esq. of Easy Hill, in the
1769, m. Mary, daughter of Jo-county of Warwick, and Cannon Hill, in seph Smith, e3q. of Hay Hall, the county of Worcester. He was born in near Birmingham, and has issue. the year 1726, m. 1st May, 1759, at Aston, He served the office of low bailiff in the county of Warwick, Martha, daugh
of Birmingham in the year 1819. ter of Jonathan Ruston, esg. He d. 5th 5. John, d. young:
June, 1814, and was succeeded by his only 6. John, b. 10th August, 1773, m. surviving child, the present SAMUEL RYLAND,
Sarah, daughter of Timothy esq. of Bearley and Sherborne.
gules barbed vert. seeded gold. 7. James, b. 3rd December, 1777,
Crest--Issuing from a mount vert. a dexter m. first, Mary, daughter of Jo arm embowed in armour, proper, garnished seph Smith, esq. of Camp Hill, or, the hand also proper holding a rose near Birmingham; and second-gules slipped of the first, and three ears of ly, Miss Anne Minshull, and has
rye, gold. issue by both marriages.
Motto-Not the last. 1. Elizabeth, d. an infant.
Estates-In Warwickshire; the whole of Mary,
the parish, manor, and advowson of Sher
borne ; the manor of Northbrooke; an esIII. Samuel, b. 1736, m. Hannah, dau. tate in the parish of Snitterfield ; Easy Hill;
of — Jeffreys, esq. He served the the Oozells; and other freehold property in office of low bailiff of Birmingham, in that county. In Worcestershire; Cannon the year 1796, and d. 29th May, 1817, Hill; Pigeon-House ; Selly; Priestfields; leaving issue,
and Showell; besides other property. 1. Elizabeth, m. to Joseph Priest Seats—Sherborne House and Morville
ley, esq. eldest son of the Rev. House, in the county of Warwick: and Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. Cannon-hill Hall, in the county of Wor&c. &c. and had issue.
cester. 2. Aune, d. unm. 1. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Phipson, esq.
Kyland, of London. of Birmingham, and dying 5th February, 1816, in her 77th
left That branch of the family in which the issue,
Bearley estate descended, removed to Lon1. Thomas Phipson, m. Sarah, don about the close of the seventeenth cen
daughter of Richard Barroll, tury.
RICHARD RYLAND, esq. of London, was He served the ofice of low bailiff | born in 1687. He m. Mary, daughter of Edof Birmingham, in the year 1811, ward Blagrave, esq. and dying 19th Octod. 1814.
ber, 1731, left issue, 2. William Phipson, m. Elizabeth,
John, his successor, daughter of Thomas Clifford, esq.
Richard who m. and bad issue. of Warwick, and has issue. He | The elder son, is a magistrate of the county of John RYLAND, esq. of London, b. 15th Warwick, and served the office May, 1719, m. Honor Hawkesworth, and of low bailiff of Birmingham, in had issue, a son, who succeeded him, the year 1818.
RICHARD RYLAND, esq. of London. He 3. John Phipson, m. Anne, daugh- was b. in 1747. In 1779 he disposed of the
ter of Joseph Smith, esq. of remaining portion of the Bearley estate.
3. Martha,} twins; d. infants.
He m. Harriet-Frances, daughter of Sir
the city of London.
JOHN-Croft RYLAND, esq.
HUYSHE, OF SAND AND CLYSTHYDON.
HUYSHE, the Reverend FRANCIS, of Sand, in Devonshire, sometime rector of
Clisthydon, prebendary of Cutton in the Castle of Exeter ; b. 29th February, 1768 ; m. at Halifax, Yorkshire, 18th May, 1803, Harriet, third daughter of John Waterhouse, esq. of Wellhead, Halifax, and Elizabeth, his wife, second daughter and co-heir of Charles Beaty, of Louth, by Bridget, daughter and co-heir of Robert Saunderson, of Alford. By this lady Mr. Huyshe has had issue,
Horatio, b. 3rd November, 1805; d. 31st December fol
lowing: Wentworth, b. 29th May, 1812; d. at Madeira, 22nd No
vember, 1829. His early virtues, and the affection of his schoolfellows, are recorded on a cenotaph, erected
by them to his memory in Harrow-church.
Lineage. This is a branch of the ancient family of lady was a widow in 1387. She conveyed Huyshe, of Doniford, in Somersetshire, her lands, in East Quantock, to her brother, whose name, originally spelt Hywis, was GILBERT DE HYwish, of Doniford and taken from their residence, Lod Hywis, in Lynch, 4 EDWARD III. by fine, dated 5 EDthe same county.
WARD III. Together with John Durborough RICHARD DE Hywis, of Lod Hywis, living and others, Gilbert was a witness to a grant temp. King John, had two sons, Richard de made by John Mohun, Lord of Dunster, to Hywis, and
that priory, 15 EDWARD III. He m. Alice, JOHN DE Hywis, of Lynch, in the parish daughter of Sir John Durborough, knt. and of Luxborough, father of
had issue, John de Hywish, who had a grant of a 1. OLIVER, his heir. house and a carucate of land, in Doniford, JI. Alexander. from John Fitzurse, 38 Henry III. Con Ul. John. temporaneous with this John lived Bartho 1. Agnes, m. to John de Tetton. lomew, of Lod Hewish, and an Andrew, of The eldest son, the same name, whose daughter m. Andrew OLIVER HYWISH, of Doniford and Lynch, de Cottele.
42 and 49 EDWARD III, m. the daughter and GEFFRY DE Hywis, son of John de Hy- heir of Simon de la Roche, and in consewish, was on the jury 2 EDWARD I. for the quence, the arms of Roche, “ Arg. on a hundred of Willerton, in Somersetshire. bend sa. three roaches, of the first,” was He had a son,
assumed by Oliver and his posterity, instead John de Hywisk, of Lynch and Doniford, of the ancient bearing of the Hywis's, which 19 EDWARD II. who had two sons and a dau. had been “ A chev. between three roundlets namely, GILBERT, his heir ; William, living and a chev. on a chief three leaves.” Co3 and 5 EDWARD III. as appears by fines in temporary with them was a William de the Chapter House, Westminster; and Joan, Hywish, 3 and 5 EDWARD III. Oliver had m. to Walter Perceval, second son of Sir two sons, Richard Perceval, knt. of Corneville. This John, his heir.