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Johnson was the esteemed friend 1. John, his heir.
of the poet Cowper.

II. William.
Charlotte Livius, m. to the Rev. II. Charles.

Mr. Grimshaw, rector of Ket 1. Mary.
tering, and has issue.

II. Caroline, m. to the Rev. Mr. Ro-
Caroline Livius, m. to — Sharpe, bins, of Edy.

esq. of Bletzoe, near Bedford. Mr. Forster-Barham d. in 1832, and was Harriet Livius, married.

succeeded by his eldest son, the present Mr. Forster-Barham was s. at his decease | John FORSTER-BARHAM, esq. by his son,

Joseph FORSTER-BARHAM, esq. of Stock Arms— Quarterly; Barham and Forster. bridge, Hants, M. P. for that borough, who Crests—Barham and Forster. m. in 1793, Lady Caroline Tufton, youngest Estates-In the counties of Pembroke, daughter of the eighth Earl of Thanet, and Hants, and Westmoreland. had issue,

Seat--Trecwn, Pembrokeshire.

LEE WARNER, OF WALSINGHAM ABBEY,

AND
BRYDGES, OF TIBERTON COURT.

WARNER-LEE, The Reverend HENRY, of Walsingham Abbey, in Norfolk; m.

in 1806, Anne, eldest daughter (and co-heir with her sister
Catherine, wife of the Rev. Reginald Wynniatt, of Guiting
Grange, Gloucestershire,) of the late Francis William
Thomas Brydges, esq. of Tiberton Court, in the county of
Hereford, and has issue,

1. Henry-James, b. in 1809.

v. Francis-Henry, b. in 1810. 000

III. George-Brydges, b. in 1812.

iv. Charles-Henry, b. in 1816.
000 v. John, b. in 1817.

vi. Septimus-Henry, b. in 1819.
VII. Robert-Henry, b. in 1823.
viii.

William-Henry, b. in 1825.
ix. Thomas-Henry, b. in 1828.
1. Margaret-Anna-Maria.
II. Anna-Henrietta.

111. Mary-Isabella. Mr. Lee Warner inherited the extensive estates of his father, the late Henry Lee Warner, esq. in 1835.

Lineage. Thomas Lee, esq. descended from the very of Commons which restored Charles II., and ancient family of Lee, of Cotton, in Shrop- had a son, and successor, shire, married Anne, sister of the celebrated Henry Lee Warner, esq. of Walsingham John Warner, bishop of Rochester, and was Abbey, Norfolk, who upon the demise of father of

his maternal uncle, Sir James Howe, bart. The VENERABLE ARCHDEACON Lee, whose in 1735, inherited Knoll Park, and other son,

estates. He m. Miss Miles, of Elmham, in Col. HENRY LEE, of Donjon, Canterbury, Norfolk, and was succeeded by his son, married Dorothy, daughter of Sir George HENRY LEE WARNER, esq. of WalsingGrubham Howe, bart. of Berwick St. Leo- ham Abbey, who died unm. leaving his esnards, Wilts, of Knoll Park, Somersetshire, tates to his cousin, by Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Sir Har HENRY WOODWARD, esq. (son of Daniel bottle Grimston, bart. of Bradfield Hall, Woodward, esq. by Mary, his wife, daughEssex, the celebrated Speaker of the House ter of the Rev. Richard Huntley, of Boxwell,

1803, Amelia, daughter of John Morgan, two magnificent pieces of plate, one by the esq. barrister-at-law, and recorder of Maid- agriculturists of the county of Bedford, and stone, and sister to the late Countess of the other by agriculturists of the whole of Carhampton, by whom he had,

England. He d. 30th June, 1831, and was ARTHUR-FitzJohn, his heir.

s. by his son, the present ARTHUR-JOHN Morgan-Hugh.

Foster, esq. of Brickbill. Mary-Amelia, m. to the Rev. H. Fuller, vicar of Willington, Bedfordshire.

Arms—Arg. a chev. vert between three Flora.

bugles sa. stringed gu. Mr. Foster, a magistrate in England and Jamaica, was chairman for many years of ing the head of a broken tilting spear.

Crest-An arm in armour embowed, holdthe Central Agricultural Society in London,

Estates-In the island of Jamaica, and in and in consequence of the eminent services he had rendered to agriculture, as well by

the county of Bedford. his speeches as writings, was presented with Seat-Brickhill House, Bedfordshire.

FORSTER-BARHAM, OF TRECWN.

rary world.

BARHAM-FORSTER, JOHN, esq. of Trecwn, in Pembrokeshire, and of Stockbridge, in Hampshire, b. in January, 1800, m. in January, 1834, Lady Katharine Grimston, daughter of the Earl of Verulam.

Mr. Foster-Barham, who is a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for Pembrokeshire, served as high sheriff for that county in 1834, and was formerly M.P. for Kendal.

Lineage. Joseph Forster, esq. youngest son of Co 11. Anna, m. to the Rev. Thomas Grinlonel John Foster, (see Foster of Brick

field, brother of General Grinfield, HILL,) assumed by sign manual, the addi

and had issue, tional surname and arms of Barham. He

Edward Grinfield, in holy orders, inarried and had issue,

formerly of Laura Chapel, Bath, 1. Joseph, bis heir.

m. and has issue. This gentle11. John, of St. Sidwells, Exeter, a

man is distinguished in the litepartner in the West India House of Plummer, Barham, and Co. d. leaving

Thomas Grinfield, in holy orders, three daughters, viz.

m. his cousin, Mildred, daughMildred, m, to her cousin, the Rev.

ter of John Foster-Barham, esq. Thomas Grinfield, of Clifton.

and has issue. Lucy, m. to her cousin, John-Bar

Anna Grinfield, m. to the Rev. Mr. ham Livius, esq. of Bedford.

Hall, rector of St. Werburgh's,
Emily.

Bristol.
II. Thomas, of the Lands End, who m.

Eliza Grinfield.
Miss Morton, daughter of the Rev.

Emma Grinfield, m. to her cousin,
Mr. Morton, and had several chil-

the Rev. Henry Livius, of Beddren. The eldest son is Dr. Foster

ford.
Barham, M. D. of Heavitree, near III. Mary, m. to · Livius, esq. of Bed-
Exeter, who m. Sarah, daughter of ford, formerly in the East India
T. Garret, the wealthy merchant of Company's civil service, and had
London.

issue,
1. Elizabeth, m. the Rev. Mr. Rose,

John-Barham Livius, married bis rector of Beckenham, and vicar of

cousin, Lucy, daughter of John Carshalton, and had issue,

Forster-Barham, esq. and has Joseph Rose, in holy orders, m.

issue. Miss Babington, daughter of

George Livius, in the commission Babington, esq. of Rothley Tem

of the peace for Bedfordshire. ple, M. P. for Leicester.

Henry-Samuel Livius, in holy orWilliam Rose, in the West Indies.

ders, m. his cousin, Emma, dau. Eliza Rose, m. to Dr. Fearon,

of the Rev. Thomas Grinfield, M.D. now in holy orders.

and has issue.
Charlotte Rose,
residing at Clif-

Mary Livius, m. to the Rev. Dr.
Louisa Rose, ton.

Johnson, and has issue. Dr.

Johnson was the esteemed friend 1. John, his heir.
of the poet Cowper.

II. William.
Charlotte Livius, m. to the Rev. II. Charles.

Mr. Grimshaw, rector of Ket 1. Mary.
tering, and has issue.

II. Caroline, m. to the Rev. Mr. Ro-
Caroline Livius, m. to Sharpe, bins, of Edy.

esq. of Bletzoe, near Bedford. Mr. Forster-Barham d. in 1832, and was Harriet Livius, married.

succeeded by his eldest son, the present Mr. Forster-Barham was s. at his decease | John FORSTER-BARHAM, esq. by his son,

Joseph FORSTER-BARHAM, esq. of Stock Arms-Quarterly; Barham and Forster. bridge, Hants, M. P. for that borough, who Crests-Barham and Forster. m. in 1793, Lady Caroline Tufton, youngest Estates--In the counties of Pembroke, daughter of the eighth Earl of Thanet, and Hants, and Westmoreland. had issue,

Seat--Trecwn, Pembrokeshire.

LEE WARNER, OF WALSINGHAM ABBEY,

AND

BRYDGES, OF TIBERTON COURT.

WARNER-LEE, The Reverend HENRY, of Walsingham Abbey, in Norfolk; m.

in 1806, Anne, eldest daughter (and co-heir with her sister
Catherine, wife of the Rev. Reginald Wynniatt, of Guiting
Grange, Gloucestershire,) of the late Francis William
Thomas Brydges, esq. of Tiberton Court, in the county of

Hereford, and has issue,
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1. HENRY-James, b. in 1809.

1. Francis-Henry, b. in 1810.0 0 0

III. George-Brydges, b. in 1812.

iv. Charles-Henry, b. in 1816.
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v. John, b. in 1817.
vi. Septimus-Henry, b. in 1819.
vii. Robert-Henry, b. in 1823.
viii. William-Henry, b. in 1825.
IX. Thomas-Henry, b. in 1828.
1. Margaret-Anna-Maria.
II. Anna-Henrietta.

111. Mary-Isabella. Mr. Lee Warner inherited the extensive estates of his father, the late Henry Lee Warner, esq. in 1835.

Lineage. Thomas Lee, esq. descended from the very of Commons which restored CHARLES II., and ancient family Lee, of Cotton, in Shrop- had a son, and successor, shire, married Anne, sister of the celebrated Henry Lee WARNER, esq. of Walsingham John Warner, bishop of Rochester, and was Abbey, Norfolk, who upon the demise of father of

his maternal uncle, Sir James Howe, bart. The VENERABLE ARCHDEACON Lee, whose in 1735, inherited Knoll Park, and other son,

estates. He m. Miss Miles, of Elmham, in Col. Henry LEE, of Donjon, Canterbury, Norfolk, and was succeeded by his son, married Dorothy, daughter of Sir George HENRY LEE Warner, esq. of WalsingGrubham Howe, bart. of Berwick St. Leo- ham Abbey, who died unm. leaving his esnards, Wilts, of Knoll Park, Somersetshire, tates to his cousin, by Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Sir Har HENRY WOODWARD, esq. (son of Daniel bottle Grimston, bart. of Bradfield Hall, Woodward, esq. by Mary, his wife, daughEssex, the celebrated Speaker of the House ter of the Rev. Richard Huntley, of Boxwell,

issue,

in Gloucestershire, by Anne, his wife, daugh- | after the death of her husband, removed to ter of Col. Henry Lee, of Donjon). Mr. Larport's Court, Mordiford, Herefordshire. Woodward assumed, on inheriting, the sur where she died, and in the church there is names and arms of LEE WARNER. He m. a monument, with her effigy in a kneeling Miss Howarth, of Lancashire, and dying in posture, and the following epitaph: 1835, was s. by his son, the present Rev.

Here lyeth ye body of Margaret, ye daughter Henry LEE WARNER, of Walsingham Ab

of .... Vaughan, of Courtfield, in the county of bey.

Monmouth, gent, and the late wife and widow

of William Brydges, of Upleadon, in the parisb Arms—Quarterly, 1st and 4th gu. a fess

of Bosbury, in the county of Hereford, gent. checkée or and az, between six billets arg.: who died at her prayers in the forme as you 2nd, party per bend indented gu. and or two see ber portrature in Larport's Court, upon ye fleurs-de-lys; 3rd, vert a cross engr. arg.

14 day of Apl. 1655. Crest-A squirrel ppr. between two hazel

Aged 80. branches.

It is surmounted by a pediment with a shield, Motto-Non nobis tantum nati.

bearing the armorial ensigns of Brydges, Estates—In Norfolk, Herefordshire, &c. Seats-Walsingham Abbey, Norfolk, and arg. a cross sa. charged with a leopard's

face or, and a martlet for difference,"impaling Tiberton Court, Herefordshire.

those of Vaughan, “ party per pale az, and

gu. three lions ramp. arg." as borne by that family of Bryuges.

branch of the Vaughans for many genera

tions. 1 It appears by ancient deeds and records belonging to the family, that in olden times,

William and Margaret Brydges, left the name was spelt Brugge, Brudge, Brigge, Bridge, Bridges, and Brydges, and that, 1. William, of Tiberton Court, of whom from time immemorial, it possessed lands

presently. and estates* at and near Bosbury, Brudge

11. John, of Priors Court, HerefordSolers, Staunton, Tiberton, Old Colwall, shire, m. Joyce, daughter of Henry Ledbury, Priors Court, Ross, &c. Amongst

Bright, esq. of Worcester, and die the family evidences at Tiberton Court, a in 1669, leaving three daughters, his pedigree has been found, tracing the descent co-heirs, viz. of the late Mr. Brydges through many ge

Margaret, m. to Thomas Carpenter, nerations and alliances of high respectability

esq. of Lincoln's Inn, barristerbut it will suffice for our present purpose to

at-law. commence with,

Joyce, m. to Herbert Aubrey, esq. WILLIAM BRYDGES, esq. of Upleadon, in

of Clehonger,ß in Herefordshire, the parish of Bosbury, Herefordshire, who

by whom she had a son, Herbert was born in 1584, died in 1627, and was bu

Aubrey, who m. the Hon. A. ried in Bosbury Church, where a cenotaph

Harcourt, daughter of the first appears to his memory, sculptured with his

Lord Harcourt. armorial bearings, amongst other monuments

Dorothy, m. to Walter Thomas, and tablets to members of his family. He

esq. of Swansea. m. Margaret, daughter of John Vaughan, Ju. James, b. in 1606, of Worcester, esq. of Courtfield, in Monmouthshire, de and afterwards of Hereford, gent. livscended through the Vaughans of Tretower, ing in 1688, married Anne Acton, of a Clyro, &c. from Sir Roger Vaughan, who baronet's family, and had, with other married Gwladis,t daughter of Sir David

issue, a son, Gam, and was slain with that distinguished

Edward, of Ross, gent. who m. and warrior at Azincourt. Margaret Brydges,

left two sons, viz.

The charitable donations of the family, charged Prince of South Wales, borne by all the Vaughans on some of these estates, still in the family, now of Brecon, except Vaughan of Tyllglass, were exist, but the mansion was burnt down nearly two " Arg. three boys' heads, couped at the shoulders, centuries ago.

with snakes entwined round their throats, ppr." + Gwyladis Ddu, daughter of Sir David Gam, and for motto, they used“ Innocentes Sicut pueri, and wife of Sir Roger Vaughan, slain at Azincourt, sagaces sicut serpentes.” Some of the Vaughans, and mother of Sir Roger Vaughan, of Tretower, however, and those of Courtfield, adopted for seand of other sons, married secondly, Sir William veral generations the Herbert arms under the Ap Thomas, father of Sir William Herbert, first Vaughan crest ; and such appear on the monument Earl of Pembroke, the fast friend and adherent of of Margaret Brydges. EDWARD. From that time the houses of Gam,

♡ The mansion was destroyed by fire about fifty Vaughan, and Herbert became united, and called

years since: the estate descended to two sisters, one another cousins to the ninth generation. See Jones's Brecon.

who married gentlemen of the name of Wynne, who # The armorial bearings of Moreidig Warwyn,

changed their patronymic for Aubrey.

1. Acton, who, together with

his father, was named as legatee, in the will of his cousin, William Brydges, of Old Colwall. Acton Bryd

ges d. unm. 2. James, b. in 1691, in holy

orders, m. Hester, eventually only surviving daughter of John Croose, of Frogden, and sister of Thomas Croose, * esq. of the island of Jamaica, and of the Lodge, in the county of Hereford. By that lady he had issue, Marshall, M.A. of the uni

versity of Cambridge,

in holy orders, d. unm. James, d. soon after his

marriage, and was bu-
ried in King's Pion

Church.
Mary, in 1733, the only

survivor, who m. twice,
and resided for many
years at Nupton, Here-
fordshire. By her first
husband, Richard Eck-
ley, gent. she had an
only child, Elizabeth,
who died unm.; and by
her

second, JOSEPH Munn,t esq. she had two sons, (devisees in fee of the estate upon

which
they were born,) viz. Jo.
SEPH, who m. a daughter
of Mr. Rhys Pryce, of
Mordiford, and
JOHN BRYDGES, of

Wells, in Somer-
setshire, who assu-
med by sign manual
in 1812, at the re-
quest of his mother,
his maternal grand-
father's
“ BRydges." He
was bred to the law,
and held at an early
age commissions in
the Moccas volun-
teers. He m. in
1804, Mary-Eliza-

beth, only

surviving child of Capt. William Parker, R. E. great-niece, ward, adopted daughter and chief legatee of the Rev. Dr. Parker, rector of St. James's, Westminster, &c. and of his wife, who upon the death of her brother, Griffin, Lord Howard de Walden, assumed the name of Griffin.

Mr. Brydges resided forsome years in Queen Anne and Harley Streets, when he was a commissioner of Land Tax for the county of Middlesex, and a member of two other public boards. In 1821, he was unanimously presented with the freedom of the city

of Hereford. iv. Thomas, who settled at Old Colwall,

in Herefordshire, and married Joan,
daughter and heir of Richard Hill,
esq. of Downend, and died in 1692,
leaving(with two daughters, Elizabeth,
wife of Bridgstock Harford, esq. M.P.
for Hereford, and Anne, of R. Browne,
of Hall Court,) one son,
William, of Old Colwall, bapt. at

Bosbury, 13th September, 1640,
who m. Ursula, daughter of John
Drew, of Dymocke, in Glouces-
tershire, and had a son,
William, of Old Colwall, who.

m. Elizabeth, daughter of
Richard Dalton, esq. of Pall
Mall, and had issue,

1. Richard, d. unm.
2. Thomas, of Old Col-

wall, sheriff of Here-
fordshire, Sarah
King, and had issue,
Thomas, of Malvern,

who m. Elizabeth

Needham
Richard, of Old Col-

wall, who m. in
1748, Elizabeth
Prattington, and
had four sons and
five daughters. The
Colwall estates,
once considerable,
were much dimi-

name

m.

or.

* His armorial bearings were—A bend per

bend indented arg. and gu. between six escallop shells

Crest-Upon a mount vert. a stork ppr. holding in its dexter claw an escallop shell.

Of this name, originally spelt Man, or Mun, the arms are,-Party per chev. flory counterflory, sa. and or, in chief three bezants ; in base a tower triple towered of the 1st. Crest-An armed arm ppr. couped at the elbow and erect, grasping a lion's gamb erased you.

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