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wife, daughter of Christopher Wilson, Thomas LEIR, esq. of Weston, b. 17th lord bishop of Bristol, and has two October, 1765, s. his father in the estates of sons and seven daughters, viz. Wil Jaggards, Weston, and Whitby, in 1812, liam-Marriott, M.A.; Charles-Mar- and was in the commission of the peace for riott, B.A.; Harriett-Mary, wife of Somersetshire. He m. Jane, daughter of George Augustus Woodforde, esq.; the Rev. John Jekyll, D.D. vicar of EverElizabeth ; Charlotte; Marianne; So- creech, and precentor of St. David's cathephia, m. to Captain Charles Dawe; dral, by his wife, the daughter of Nathaniel
Emma; Frances; and Hester. Webb, esq. of Roundhill House, Somersetiv. Paul, b. 9th June, 1770, succeeded shire, and left two sons, and four daughters,
his father in the living of Charlton viz. THOMAS-Macie, his heir; John-Macie; Musgrove in 1812: m. Fanny, widow Jane-Elizabeth ; Mary, wife of the Rev. Edof William-Morton Pleydell, esq. of ward Wilkins; Anne; and Helen. Mr. Whatcombe, Dorset, and daughter Leir died 9th May, 1836, and was s. by his of William Freke, esq. of Hanning- son, the present Thomas-Macie LEIR, esq. ton House, Wilts.
of Jaggard's House. v. Richard, b. 17th January, 1772, barrister-at-law.
Arms—Az, a fess raguly between three vj. Charles, b. in 1779, d. s. p.
unicorns' heads, erased or. 1. Mary, b. in 1773.
Crest-A demi-unicorn rampant, having 11. Maria, b. in 1775.
all d. s.p.
between his legs a staff raguly. III. Elizabeth, b. in 1777.
Estates--In Wiltshire and Somerset. The eldest son,
Seat-Jaggard's House, Wilts.
KNOX, OF RAPPA CASTLE.
KNOX, ANNESLEY-GORE, esq. of Rappa Castle, in the county of Mayo, m. 28th
July, 1793, Harriette, sister of Sir Ross Mahon, bart.
Francis, d. in March, 1810, aged sixteen.
and high sheriff in 1829: m. in October, 1833, Miss
Miss Anne C. St. George.
1833, Mary-Mina, daughter of Henry-William Knox,
esq. of Netley Park.
Emily. Mr. Knox, who succeeded his father in March, 1813, is a magistrate for the counties of Mayo and Sligo, and served the office of sheriff for the former in 1825.
Lineage. William Knox, esq. of Lifford in the thur Wallace, of Dublin, merchant), three county of Donegal, of ancient Scottish de- sons, scent, m. a lady named Campbell, and by John (Sir), knight, who settled in Dubher, who wedded secondly in 1655, Ed. lin, and became sheriff of that city in monston of Foghill, left at his decease in 1675, and lord mayor in 1685-6. 1650, (with three daughters, the eldest Anne, During his mayoralty, he received wife of Thomas Kirkwood ; the second, of the honour of knighthood, in the caAlexander Rogers ; and the third, of Ar
thedral of Christchurch, from Henry
Earl of Clarendon, lord-lieutenant of Thomas, d. unm. v. p.
FRANcis, of Moyne, b. in 1754, asthe kingdom of Ireland for twenty
sistant-barrister for the county one years. He m. Hannah, sister of
of Sligo, and king's-counsel. Colonel Roger Moore, or O’Moore,
In 1797, he represented Philipsof Johnstown, in the county of Kil
town in parliament. He d. unm. dare, M.P. for Philipstown and for
12th April, 1821, and was buried Mullingar in 1692, and 1695. Sir
in Moyne Abbey. John d. s. p. 3rd November, 1687, and
John, of Summer Hill, Dublin, was buried in the chancel of St. Au
m. Sarah, daughter of Daniel deons Church, Dublin.
Graham, esq. of the county of WILLIAM, of whose descendants we
Mayo, and has issue. have to treat.
William, captain in the East InThe second son,
dia Company's service, d. aged WILLIAM Knox, esq. of Castlerea, in the
nineteen. county of Mayo, b. in 1630, whose name ap
James, captain 51st foot, died at pears to the loyal addresses from that county
Armagh. to CHARLES II. in 1682, and 1683, m. first,
Elizabeth, m. to Dowell O'Reilly, Mary, daughter of Francis Palmer, esq. of
esq. of the Heath, in the Queen's Farrow, and had by her,
county. 1. FRANCIS, of Moyne, in Mayo, his
Dorothea, d. unmarried in August, heir.
Sarah, wife of Francis Blake, esq. lady, two sons and a daughter, viz.
Dorothy, b. 15th November, 1729, ma
for the counties of Mayo, Sligo, Ros Ellinor, b. 22nd November, 1730, died.
ruary, 1729, was proved 16th February, William, who m. Mary, daughter lala. His third son,
1731, died in 1730, and lies buried at Kilof Gillespie M'Donald, of Dublin.
Francis Knox, esq. b. 16th July, 1726,
settled at Rappa Castle, in Mayo, of which Jane.
county, as well as of Sligo, he served as Lucy, m. to Francis Darcy, esq. of high 'sheriff
. He m. 25th March, 1761, Loftus Hall, in the county of Mary, fourth daughter and co-heir of An
nesley Gore, esq. of Belleck, brother of of the county of Wicklow.
died 31st October, 1818, had issue,
ANNESLEY-GORE, of Rappa Castle, his alderman of Dublin, and lord mayor
heir. in 1702.
Francis, a magistrate for the county of William Knox, whose will dated 30th July, Mayo, d. unm. in 1803. 1705, was proved 20th November, 1707, James. (See Knox GORE, p. 582.) was buried in the chancel of St. Audeons, Henry-William, of Netley Park. (See Dublin, near his brother Sir John. His
KNOX of NetleY PARK, p. 583.) eldest son,
Arthur of Bushfield, in Mayo, b. in Francis Knox, esq. of Moyne, in Mayo, 1785, m. Barbara, only daughter of served as sheriff of that county in 1718. Joseph Lambert, esq. of Brook hill, He m. Dorothy, fourth daughter and co-heir and had issue. of Maurice Annesley, esq. of Little Rath, in John, of Greenwood Park, in Mayo, Kildare, nephew of Arthur first Earl of An
b. 3rd November, 1786, m. Jane, glesea, and had, by her
daughter of Samuel Handy, esq.
Eleanor-Anne, m. 24th December, Charity, m. 23rd May, 1815, to William 1786, to John Knox, esq. of Castle
Orme, esq. of Glenmore. rea, and had issue.
Mr. Knox, died in 1813, and was s. by his Dorothea-Henrietta, m. 16th October, eldest son, the present Annesley-GORE
1787, to Henry Bruen, esq. M.P. of Knox, esq. of Rappa Castle.
Arms—Gu. a falcon, wings expanded, Elizabeth, m. 28th August, 1787, to within a bordure, engrailed or, on a canton
Robert Rutledge, esq. of Bloomfield, of the same a fesse chequy, arg. and az.
in Mayo, M.P. for Duleck, in 1797. Crest—A falcon, close, on a perch, all Mary, m. to William Handy esq. of ppr. Beacca Castle.
Estates-In the counties of Sligo, Mayo, Anne, m. 14th November, 1803, to An- and Galway.
thony Gildea, esq. of Port Royal, in Seat-Rappa Castle, county of Mayo. Mayo.
KNOX-GORE, OF BELLECK ABBEY.
GORE-KNOX, FRANCIS-ARTHUR, esq. of Belleck Abbey, in the county of
Mayo, lieutenant-colonel of the North Mayo Militia, b.
CHARLES-JAMES, b. 20th September, 1832.
Lineage. JAMES Knox, esq. b. 25th March, 1774, Knox, esq. of Mount Falcon, in the third son of Francis Knox, esq. of Rappa county of Mayo. Castle, in the county of Mayo, was called Louisa-Maria, m. to Captain Cuff, of to the bar in 1797, and returned by the bo Diel Castle, county of Mayo. rough of Taghmon to the last Irish Parlia Eleanor-Adelaide, m. to Major Gardiment. He settled at Broadlands Park in ner, of Farea Hill, county of Mayo. Mayo, and became a magistrate in 1803, Charlotte-Catharine. and deputy-governor of that county. In Mr. Knox-Gore, who was ranger of the 1813, he assumed by sign manual, in Curragh of Kildare, died 21st October, compliance with the will of his maternal 1818, and was s. by his eldest son, the pregrandfather, Annesley Gore, esq. the sur sent FRANCIS-ARTHUR Knox-Gore, esq. of name and arms of Gore, in addition to those Belleck Abbey. of Knox.. He m. 19th January, 1800, Lady Maria-Louisa Gore, eldest daughter of Ar Arms—1st and 4th gu. a fesse between thur Saunders, second Earl of Arran, by three crosses crosslet or, for GORE; 2nd Anna, his second wife, daughter of the Rev. and 3rd gu. a falcon, wings expanded withBoleyn Knight, of Ottley, in Yorkshire, in a bordure engr. or, on a canton of the and had issue,
same, a fesse chequy arg. and az. for Knox. FRANCIS-ARTHUR, his heir.
Crests—lst a wolf saliant arg. collared gu. James, who m. in April, 1833, Har- for Gore, 2nd a falcon close, on a perch, ppr.
riette, daughter of Annesley Gore- for Knox.
Motto- In loc Signo Vinces.
Estates-In the counties of Sligo, and Annesley.
Seat-Belleck Abbey, county of Mayo. Anna-Maria, m. to John-Frederick
KNOX, OF NETLEY PARK.
KNOX, HENRY-WILLIAM, esq, of Netley Park, in the county of Mayo, b. 9th December, 1809, m. 7th December, 1835, Isabella-Antoinette, youngest daughter of John Peel, esq. of Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
Mr. Knox, who succeeded his father in October, 1816, is a magistrate and deputylieutenant for Mayo, and captain of the North Mayo Militia.
Lineage. Henry William Knox, esq. of Netley Harriette. Park, in the county of Mayo, (fourth son of Eleanor. Francis Knox, esq. of Rappa Castle), cap- Mr. Knox, died at Honfleur in Normandy, tain 6th Dragoon Guards, served as high 6th October, 1816, and was s. by his son the sheriff for Mayo in 1810. He m. Jane, el present Henry-WILLIAM Knox, esq. of dest daughter of the Rev. William Rogers, Netley Park. D.D. of Kells, in Meath, and had issue, Henry-William, his heir.
Arms, Crest, &c.—As Knox of Rappa
MARRIOTT, OF AVONBANK.
MARRIOTT, WILSON-TREVES, esq. 6. 27th February, 1812, an officer in the 6th regiment of the Hon. E. I. company's native cavalry, in the Bombay Presidency, succeeded his father Major-general Randolph Marriott, who d. at Paris, 9th March, 1821.
From them several families have emanated and settled in Yorkshire, Leicestershire, and Kent.
The Yorkshire branch was founded by
AUGUSTINE MARRIOTT, who m. 5th November, 1689, Sarah, daughter of Peter Tooke, esq. a merchant at Constantinople, and left issue, seven children, of whom
The Rev. RANDOLPH MARRIOTT, D.D. his heir, became rector of Darfield in Yorkshire. He m. 26th October, 1731, Lady Diana Fielding, daughter of Basil and Hester, fourth Earl and Countess of Denbigh, and had fourteen children,
1. Charles, b. 1733, d. s. p.
ter of Sir Thomas Cave, baronet, of
Leicestershire, and d. s. p.
This family traditionally derives its patronymic from the town of Marriott in Normandy, whence three brothers Rudolphus, Augustin, and Gulielmus, are stated to have accompanied the Conqueror to England.
therne, of Nottingham, by whom he of Peter Du Cane, esq. of Horsham, had issue.
Sussex, and d. s. p. vi. William, b. 1744, m. Jane, daughter vi. Charles, b. 1781, major in the Hon. of — Capper, esq. of Redland, near
E. I.C.'s service, m. first, Anne, dau. Bristol, and left issue.
of the Rev. Mr. Harris, and niece of 1. Mary, b. 1732, m. to Captain John
General Lord Harris ; and secondly, Marriott, R.N.
Catherine, daughter of George Grif11. Frances, b. 1734, d. s. p.
fin, esq. of Newton House, Mon
mouthshire. III. Sarah, b. 1738, m. to the Rev. Har
1. Frances, b. in 1774, d. s.p. vey Spragg, rector of Pulborough,
II. Anne, b. in 1778, m. to Major YeoEssex, and d. s. p.
man of Whitby, and d. s. p.
III. Diana, b. 1780, d. s. p.
iv. Harriott, b. in 1782, m. the Rev. Allen, b. 1769, d. s. p. 1816.
William Leir, rector of Ditcheat, v. Elizabeth, b. 1741, d.
Somerset, and has two sons, and vi. Hester, b. 1743, m. the Rev. Ro
vi. Elizabeth-Hester, b. 1785, m. Brivii. Anne, b. 1745, d. s. p.
gadier-general Morrison, C.B. coloviui. Charlotte, b. 1747, d. s. p.
nel of the 44th regiment of foot, The third son,
which he accompanied to India, where
he had an important command in the RANDOLPH Marriott, entered into the Burmese war. His health becoming Hon. E.I.C.'s civil service, butsubsequently undermined by his great exertions adopted the military profession, and served
and arduous duties, he embarked to under Lord Clive at the battle of Plassy,
return to England, but died on the &c. Having acquired fame and fortune he
passage. returned to England, and m. Elizabeth,
vii. Jemima, b. 1786, d. s. p. second daughter of Christopher Wilson, lord bishop of Bristol, by Anne, his wife, The eldest son,
VIII. Georgina, b. 1790, d. s. p. daughter of Dr. Edmund Gibson, lord
RANDOLPH MARRIOTT, esq. b. in 1770, a bishop of London, and had fourteen chil-major-general in the army, m. Emma, dau. dren, viz.
of Peregrine Treves, esq. postmaster-gene1. RANDOLPH, his beir.
ral of Bengal, and had issue,
ral, and colonel of the 6th regiment General Marriott d. 9th March, 1821, and
Motto-Virtute et fide.
Seats-Avonbank near Pershore, Worv. Richard, b. 1777, captain in the E. cestershire, Newton House, near Monmouth,
1. C. service, m. Charlotte, daughter and Sellers Brook, Herefordshire.
MACLEOD, OF RASAY.
MACLEOD, JOHN, esq. of Rasay, North Britain, b. 27th March, 1806; m. Ist September, 1835, Mary, only child of Major-General Sir Donald Macleod, K.C.B. of the H. E. I. C. S. and has a daughter,
Mary-Julia-Hastings. Macleod of Rasay, “ Chief of the Macleods Siol Torquil,” succeeded his father in October, 1823.