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ter of Whittington, near Upton Magna, in
Charles Hayman, d. unm. in the Shropshire. He m. and had issue,
Frances Hayman, m. in 1833, to
the Hon. Kenelm Somerville,
estate, near Tamworth. He m. Mary croft, esq. of Upper Harley Street,
Harriet, m. in 1801, to Henry Lannoy
Hunter, esq. of Beech Hill, and died Catherine.
in 1829, leaving issue, Ann, d. unm 22nd December, 1798.
Henry-Lannoy Hunter, m. and has Sarah, m. Edward Jenkins, esq. of Charl
issue. ton in Salop, and d. in 1782, leaving
Mary-Jane Hunter, m. to John, issue,
eldest son, of Sir Charles Forbes, Robert Jenkins, of Charlton Hill,
esq. and left with other issue, of Bath, and d. s. p. in 1829.
4th Lord Guildford, and d. s. p. in of Rudge Hall.
1821. The eldest son,
Charlotte. Thomas Boycott, esq. of Wrexham, Louisa-Victoria, m. to Walter Smythe, came afterwards of Rudge Hall, Salop. He esq. of Branbridge, Hants, and had m. Jane youngest daughter of John Puleston, issue, esq. of Pickhill, in Denbighshire, and by her,
Louisa-Mary Smythe, m. in 1832, to who died at Gloucester, in October, 1803,
Sir Frederick Hervey Bathurst. had issue,
Georgiana-Charlotte Smythe, m. in THOMAS, his heir.
1833, to the Hon. George AugusRichard, capt. 34th regiment d. unm.
tus Craven. in the Island of St. Vincent.
Mr. Boycott d. 29th June, 1798, was interred
Wilhelmina, daughter of Christopher present Thomas Boycott, esq.of RudgeHall.
couped at the elbow, in armour, in the hand Frances, m. to John Hayman, esq. ma
a fireball, all ppr. jor 9th regiment and dying in 1815,
Estates In Shropshire. left issue,
Seat-Rudge Hall, Salop.
SMITH, OF ELMSHURST.
SMITH, JOHN, esq. of Elmshurst, in the county of Stafford; m. at Trentham, in
that shire, in 1801, Elizabeth, third daughter of John Turner, esq. and has issue,
CHARLES-John, of Parkfields, near Stone, b. 19th Sep
tember, 1804, m. at Ripley Castle, Yorkshire, Frances, daughter of John Atkinson, esq. of Maple Hays, in the county of Stafford, and has issue,
Constance-Elizabeth, bapt. at Stow, in Lichfield.
Ellen, bapt. at Crosby, in Lancashire.
William-Henry, b. 27th October, 1806. *
Frederick-Jeremiah, b. 23rd August, 1808. Mr. Smith, who is a magistrate for the county of Stafford, and a deputy lieutenant of that shire, as well as of Suffolk, served the office of sheriff of the former in 1816.
Lineage. The Right Rev. Dr. Smith, bishop of dated 1696,) Mary James, of Chester, and Lichfield and Coventry, had two sons, ED- had a son and successor, MUND and John. The elder, Edmund Smith, Thomas Smith, esq. tenant in tail by setwas father of Sir Thomas Smith, knt. oftlement of 1696. He m. Margaret, sister Chester, who m. Catherine, daughter of Sir and heir of Charles Nicholls, esq. of Great William Brereton, and had a son, Sir Law- Fenton, in Staffordshire, and had issue, Jerence Smith, of Hough. The younger, remiah, Thomas, Sarah, and Margaret. Mr. John Smith, was father of
Smith died 2nd April, 1729, and was s. by WILLIAM SMITH, who left a son and heir, his son,
THOMAS Smith, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Jeremiah Smith, esq. high sheriff of Stafwho was s. by his son,
fordshire, 2 George III. who m. first, MarJohn Smith, esq.of Heath End House, near garet, sister of the first Earl St. Vincent, who Newcastle-under-Lyme, living in 1614, who died in childbed s.p.and secondly, Elizabeth, in that year, had his arms confirmed by St. daughter of John Jervis, esq. of Darlaston, George, Norroy king of arms, at the visita- in Staffordshire. By her who died about tion then taken. He m. Alice, daughter of 1796, he had issue, Humfrey Weston, esq. of Madeley, and had Jeremiah, d. young, buried at Stoke. issue, Thomas, his heir ; Ralph; Anne, wife CHARLES, d. unm. in 1795. of John Fernehough; Eleanor ; Jane ; and John, of whom presently. Mary. The eldest son,
Grace, m. to the Rev. William GreenTHOMAS SMITH, esq. aged thirty in 1614, wood, of Bath, fellow of St. John's m. Dorothy, daughter of William Yonge, College, Cambridge. esq. of Keynton, and had two sons, Thomas Mr. Smith died in 1792, and was buried at and Samuel. The elder,
Stoke. His only surviving son is the preThomas SMITH, esq. m. (settlement dated sent John SMITH, esq. of Elmhurst. 1656,) Elizabeth Gregson, but had no issue. By his will, dated 25th December, 1694, he Arms-Gu. two bars wavy erm. on a chief devised his estates to his brother,
or, a demi-lion rampt. issuant sa. armed and Samuel Smith, esq. who had two sons, langued gu. SAMUEL and Jeremiah, and two daughters, Crest-An ostrich holding in the beak a Sarah and Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Wood. horse shoe, ppr. The elder son,
Estates-In Staffordshire. Samuel Smith, esq. of Hanley, in Staf Seat-Elmshurst, Staffordshire. fordshire, espoused (marriage settlement
LLOYD, OF DAN-YR-ALLT.
LLOYD, JOHN-WILLIAM, esq. of Dan-yr-allt, in the county of Caermarthen,
b. 3rd September, 1781, m. 29th January, 1807, Anna-
JOHN-PHILIPPS, 6. 27th April, 1808.
son of Robert Peel, esq. of Taliaris, in Caermarthen
Lineage. CADIFOR AP DYFNWAL, Lord of Castel Howel, Gilfachwyn, Pantystrymon, &c. lineally descended from RHODRI Mwr, or the Great, (see family of Owen, of Glansevern, p. 380,) lived in the reign of HENRY I. of England, and acquired martial renown in an age in which every man capable of bearing arms was bound to be a soldier. In the 2nd of HENRY II. he took by escalade the Castle of Cardigan from the Earl of Clare, and in requital of his valour, obtained from his prince, the great Lord Rhys, of South Wales, a new shield of arms, viz. “Sa. three scaling ladders, and between the two uppermost a spear's head, arg. its point imbrued, on a chief
gu. a tower triple turretted of the second.' By his wife, Katherine, daughter of his prince and kinsman, the Lord Rhys, he had, with other issue, a son,
RHYDDERCH AB CADIVOR, Lord of Castle Howel, who espoused Jennet, daughter of Sir Aron ab Rhys ab Bledri, Lord of Kilsaint, and knight of the sepulchre, who went with Richard Cour-de-Lion to Palestine, against the Infidels. Rhydderch's son,
RHYS AB RHYDDERCH, of Bodyr Ychan and Castel Howel, m. Catherine, daughter of Sir Elydyr Ddů, knt. and had issue,
Rhys Voel, Lord of Gilfachwyn, living
in 1290, ancestor of the Owens OF
tel Howel, who m. Ddyddgy, daugh-
dyrychan, who m. Gwenllian,
was father of,
Castle Howel, whose son and
Castle Howel, and Llanvaughan,
Lucy, his wife, daughter of Evan
Cardiganshire, of a son,
esq. of Castle Howel, who m.
Watkin, of Neuadd Llanarth, in Cardiganshire, and had, with other issue, DAVYDD and Hugh.
The elder DAVYDD LLEWELLIN LLOYD, esq.
of Castle Howel, first knight of the shire for Cardiganshire, m. first, Lucy, daughter of Jenkin Lloyd, of Llwyndafydd, and secondly, Gwenllian, daughter of John Tew, but dying s. p. was s.
by his brother, Hugh LLOYD, esq. of Castle Howel,
sheriff of Cardiganshire, in 1567,
Morgan, his heir.
principal of Jesus College,
vid's Cathedral, who
was sheriff for Cardiganshire in
for Cardiganshire in 1647,
Earl of Carbery.
of James Lewis ap Dafydd
in the county of Cardi-
to John Lloyd, esq. of
Ffoes y Bleiddied.
III. CADWGAN FAWR AP Rhys, of whose
JOHN, of Mabws, who m. Elinor, descendants we have to treat.
daughter and heir of John Allen, iv. Dafydd Voel ap Rhys.
esq. of Dale Castle, Pembrokev. Howel ap Rhys.
shire, and was grandfather of the The third son,
present JOHN PHILIPPS ALLEN CADWGAN FAWR AP Rhys, was father of
LLOYD PHILIPPS, esq. of Dale CADWGAN VYCHAN, of Carrog, in the
Castle. (See vol. iii. p. 511.) county of Cardigan, whose son,
11. John, of whom presently. CADWGAN GRACH, of Carrog, m. Eva,
11. Vaughan, general of artillery, who daughter of Meredydd Vychan ap Meredydd commenced his military career at ap Richard Rhydderch ap Bledri, and had
Minden, and distinguished himself at a son,
the memorable defence of Gibraltar Llewellin AP CADWGAN GRACH, who m.
by Gen. Eliott. He m. Mrs. Sarah Gwladys, daughter Meredydd fawr ap Mere
Beaumes, a widow, and d. s. p. in dydd ap Richard of Iraenau, in Caermarthen
1817. shire, and was direct ancestor * of
IV. Thomas, d. s.p. DAVID LLOYD, esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied,
1. Briana, d. unm. who was a favourite of James II. and attended Mr. Lloyd died in 1781. His second son, that king in all his troubles. He m. Sage,
JOHN LLOYD, esq. of Pound in the county daughter of John Lloyd, of Cilgwynne, in the of Devon, m. Jane, daughter of Atkins, county of Cardigan, and left, with a daugh
esq. of Portsmouth, and had issue, ter Margaret, wife of Charles Lloyd, a son and successor,
1. William, died unm. 13th July, 1776, John LLOYD, esq. of Foes-y-Bleiddied b. aged twenty-two. in 1700, who m. Mary, daughter of James Il. Augustus, d. in infancy. Philipps, esq. of Penty Park, in Pembroke III. John, of whom presently. shire, and had issue,
1. Lousia-Maria, m. 7th July, 1792, 1. James of Foes-y-Bleiddied, who m. Admiral Sir Herbert Sawyer, K.C.B.
and died 20th December, 1828, havAnna-Maria, daughter and heir of Richard Lloyd, esq. of Ystrad Teilo, ing had issue, and Mabws, in Cardiganshire, and
Herbert Sawyer, b. 27th April, dying, 6th June, 1800, left a son and
1793 : d. 21st May, 1811. successor,
John Jervis Sasvyer, b. 15th May,
* The intervening descent was as follows:
Llewellin ap Cadwgan Grach.
Rhys Digrifor Ddû, m. Gwenllian Richard Rees Goch, Eva, m. first, Meredydd ap Thodaughter of Evan ap Llewellin of Creuddyn.
mas Llewellin ap Owen, of 1sDafydd, of Corrws, and widow
coed, and secondly, Llewellin of Meredydd Philip, of Cilsant.
ap Cadwgan ap Richard ap
Rees Broth, of Iscoed.
Dafydd Lloyd, of FoesGwladys, daughter of Richard Herbert, of Pencelli, in Brecon.
Oliver Lloyd, of Foes y Bleiddied Jane, daughter of John Lloyd, of Llanllyr.
of Wernvylyg and Llanllyr. David Lloyd, esq. of+Sage, daughter of Lettice, m. to Thomas Edwards, esq. of Rhyd y gors. Foes y Bleiddied.
John Lloyd, esq.
Catherine, m. to Jenkin Lloyd, of Llanvaughan.
1799, d. unm. at Rio Janeiro John Adams, esq. of Lydstep House, 23rd April, 1824.
in the county of Pembroke. William-George Sawyer, b. 23rd 1. Louisa-Jane, m. to George Bowling, May, 1802.
esq. of Pembroke. Louisa-Sawyer.
Mr. Lloyd died at Haverfordwest, 24th NoJane-Sophia Sawyer, m. 21st July, vember, 1801, and was s. by his eldest sur
1828, to Henry Hope, Capt. R.Ń. viving son, the present JOHN WILLIAM
Arms—Quarterly; Ist and 4th az. a wolf
rampt. arg. for Lloyd of Foes-y-Bleiddied, ment, and aid-de-camp to Sir Henry Clinton during the American war, in which he re
ppr. between three scaling ladders arg. and ceived three wounds, the ultimate cause of for LLOYD of Llanllyr.
on a chief gu. a castle triple towered arg. his death. He m. 30th July, 1777, Corbetta, daughter of the Rev. George Hol-tween its paws a spear's head, point down
Crests--A wolf rampt. arg. holding becombe, archdeacon of Carmarthen, and rec. wards, embrued, and three drops of blood tor of Pwllcrochon, in Pembrokeshire, and under the sinister paw: 2nd a lion rampt. had issue,
J. WILLIAM-John, major in the royal Mottoes—“Ar dduw y Gyd,” (previous to
artillery, b. 2nd December, 1778, d. the marriage with the heiress of Llanllyr sic unm. at Brussels, 29th July, 1815, of itur ad astra was borne,) and “Heb dduw
a wound received at Waterloo. heb ddim a Duw a digon." 11. John-WILLIAM, of whom presently. Estate—Dan yr allt, in the parish of Llan1. George, capt. R. N. b. 13th October, gattock, Caermarthenshire, situated in the
1793, m. Elizabeth, daughter of vale of Towy which runs through the proMorgan, esq. and widow of Richards, perty. The romantic river Saudde also inesq. of Tenby, and had a son, John, tersects the estate which contains a great drowned at sea in 1834.
deal of excellent land, and is remarkable iv. Vaughan, lieut. R. N. b. 29th Janu- for its picturesque and beautiful appearance.
ary, 1795, m. Augusta, daughter of Seat—Dan yr allt Caermarthenshire.
SKENE, OF RUBIESLAW.
SKENE, JAMES, esq. of Rubieslaw, in Aberdeenshire, 6. 7th March, 1775; m. 11th
September, 1806, Jane, daughter of Sir William Forbes, bart. of Pitsligo, and has issue,
1. George, b. 23rd October, 1807, m. in 1832, Georgina,
daughter of Dr. Alexander Monro, of Craiglockhart,
and has issue. 11. William-Forbes, b. 7th June, 1809. lll. James-Henry, b. 3rd March, 1812, m. in 1833, Rha
lon, daughter of Rhizos Rhangabe, and niece of the
last reigning Prince of Wallachia.
Lineage. The family of Skene is one of great an- | mained in the possession of the Skenes, of tiquity in Aberdeenshire, where it always Skene, from the middle of the thirteenth maintained the rank of free barons, and century, to the year 1827, when, by the takes its name from the barony and castle death of the last Skene, of Skene, the esof Skene, situate in the Earldom of Mar, tates passed to his nephew and heir, the Earl and county of Aberdeen, which barony re- of Fife.