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SMITH, OF JORDAN HILL. SMITH, JAMES, esq. of Jordan Hill, in the county of Renfrew, F.R.S. b. 15th

August, 1782, m. 25th August, 1809, Mary, daughter of Alexander Wilson, esq. son of Dr. Alexander Wilson, professor of astronomy in the university of Glasgow, and has issue,

ARCHIBALD, b. 10th August, 1813, of Trinity College,

Cambridge. He took his bachelor's degree as senior
wrangler in January, 1836.
Alexander, died young.
Christina-Laura.
Isabella, m. Henry Gore Booth, esq. second son of

Sir Robert Gore Booth, bart. of Lissadell, in the
county of Sligo.
Mary-Joanna-Guthrie.
Mary.
Louisa.
Sabina-Douglas-Clavering.

Jane-Charlotte.
Mr. Smith succeeded his father 6th May, 1821, was captain in the Renfrewshire
Militia, and is a magistrate in the counties of Renfrew, Lanark, Stirling, and Dum-
barton.

Lineage. Robert Smith acquired the lands of

4. John-Guthrie. Craigend, in the county of Stirling, in 1660,

5. William. and from him is lineally descended JAMES

1. Jane-Cuningbame., Smith, esq. now of Craigend, a deputy

2. Helen-Catherine. lieutenant and magistrate for that county.

He is a magistrate in the counties of ARCHIBALD Smith, youngest son of James Lanark and Dumbarton, and was Smith, of Craigend, grandson of the above elected lord provost of the city of mentioned Robert, b. 10th July, 1749, pur Glasgow in 1822, and again in 1823. chased the estate of Jordan Hill in 1800. III. Archibald, who m. Eliza, daughter He m. Isabella, daughter of William Goring, of Thomas M‘Call, esq. of Craighead, esq. by whom he had

in the county of Lanark, by whom he 1. JAMES, his heir.

has II. William, of Carbeth Guthrie, in the

1. Martha-Denroche. county of Stirling, to which he suc

2. Isabella. ceeded on the decease of his cousin 1. Isabella, m. John M‘Call, esq. of german, John Guthrie, esq. of Car Ibrox Hill, in the county of Lanark. beth, in 1834. He m. in 1810, Jane, II. Jean, d. young. daughter of Alexander Cuninghame, Mr. Smith d. 6th May, 1821, and was s. by esq. son of Sir William Cuninghame, bis eldest son, the present James Smith, esq. bart. of Robertland, and has issue, of Jordan Hill. 1. Archibald, M.A. of Exeter Col

lege, Oxford, an advocate at the Arms—Gu. a chevron erm. between two Scottish bar.

crescents in chief and a garb in base within 2. Cuninghame.

a bordure engrailed or. He m. secondly, in 1829, Sarah, dau. Crest-An eagle's head erased, gorged of Henry Wallis, esq. of Marys- with a ducal coronet ppr. borough, in the county of Cork, and Motto-Macte. has issue,

Estates-In Renfrewshire, &c. 3. Henry-Wallis.

Seat-Jordan Hill.

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LONG, OF ROWDE ASHTON. LONG, WALTER, esq. of Rowde Ashton, Wraxall, and Whaddon, all in the county

of Wilts, born 10th October, 1793, married 3rd August,
1819, Mary-Anne, second daughter of the Right Honorable
Archibald Colquhoun, of Killermont, in the county of Dum-
barton, Lord Register of Scotland, and has issue,

1. WALTER, b. 27th September, 1823.
II. Richard-Penruddock, b. 19th December, 1825.
III. Henry-William, b. 12th June, 1829.
1. Mary-Anne-Catherine.
11. Flora-Henrietta.

III. Jane- Agnes.
This gentleman succeeded to the estates on the decease of
his father in 1835. He is a magistrate and deputy-lieu-
tenant, and M.P. for the northern division of the county of
Wilts.

Lineage. The family of the Longs of Wiltshire | The elder son, was settled at a very early date at South John Long, of Marston, in the parish of Wraxall, and subsequently at Draycote, in Potterne, m. Anne,

daughter of John Merethat county, by marriage, in the time of wether, of Great Cheverell, in the county HENRY VI., with the heiress of Cerne. (See of Wilts. He made his will and d. in 1597, vol. ii. p. 165, and vol. iii. p. 211.) A branch leaving by his wife, Anne, who was buried of the name was anciently seated at Potterne at Little Cheverell, 1626, six sons and three and Little Cheverell, in the same county and daughters, viz. vicinity; and the traditions, as handed down 1. Christopher, who m. and left issue. for several generations in this particular II. Thomas, ancestor of the Longs of branch, and recorded on their monumental

Rowde Ashton. inscriptions,* as well as the mutual mention III. Richard, of Worton, in the parish made of persons of the same name in willst of Potterne, who d. 1662, leaving by and various documents at very remote pe

his wife, Sarah, a son, William, the riods, by different contemporary members of ancestor of a branch of the family the family of Wraxall and of that settled at settled at Potterne till the year 1753, Potterne, afford presumptive evidence that when it became extinct by the death the ancestor of this branch derived his de

of the last male descendant, Richard scent from one of the early sons of the house Long, esq. of Potterne, grandson of of Wraxall, about the time of Henry VIII. the above William,without male issue. Thomas LONG, of Potterne, in the county

See monumental inscription and arms of Wilts, m.

in the church at Potterne. first, Isabel, daughter of John Flower, of Worton, in the parish of Pot

iv. Edward, of Claverton, in the parish terne. He dated his will 1567, and d. 1570,

of Lea, in the county of Wilts. He leaving a second wife, Maud, and by his first

died in 1622, having left by his wife marriage two sons,

Frances Maundrell, two daughters, John.

Anne and Martha, both baptized at William, of Potterne, who dated his

West Lavington, 1611 and 1613. will 1591, and died the same year,

v. John. leaving, by his wife Anne, five son

VI. William. and two daughters.

1. Elizabeth, who m. John Long, of

Bulkington, in the county of Wilts.

U. Mary, who m.-- Noyse, of Fulway, An inscription in the church at Steeple Ash

Wilts. ton, in the county of Wilts, commemorates Richard Long, of Rowd Ashton, the grandson of

II. Joan, who m. Hobbs.

The second son, Thomas Long, of Little Cheverell, esq. as being " of the ancient family of the Longs, of Wraxall, and Melksham, in the county of Wilts, suc

Thomas Long, esq. of Little Cheverell Wilts.”

Sir Thomas Long, of Wraxall, knt. in his ceeded by the will of his father to his estate mid-dated 1508, makes a bequest to Joan Burley, in Marston and that called Wallens, both

in and Thomas Long, of Potterne, in 1567, also be the parish of Potterne. He was baptized at

Potterne in 1579, and served the office of

queaths to Joan Burley.

SMITH, OF JORDAN HILL.

SMITH, JAMES, esq. of Jordan Hill, in the county of Renfrew, F.R.S. b. 15th

August, 1782, m. 25th August, 1809, Mary, daughter of
Alexander Wilson, esq. son of Dr. Alexander Wilson, pro-
fessor of astronomy in the university of Glasgow, and has
issue,

ARCHIBALD, b. 10th August, 1813, of Trinity College,

Cambridge. He took his bachelor's degree as senior
wrangler in January, 1836.
Alexander, died young.
Christina-Laura.
Isabella, m. Henry Gore Booth, esq. second son of

Sir Robert Gore Booth, bart. of Lissadell, in the

county of Sligo.
Mary-Joanna-Guthrie.
Mary.
Louisa.
Sabina-Douglas-Clavering.

Jane-Charlotte.
Mr. Smith succeeded his father 6th May, 1821, was captain in the Renfrewshire
Militia, and is a magistrate in the counties of Renfrew, Lanark, Stirling, and Dum-
barton.

Lineage.
Robert Smith acquired the lands of

4, John-Guthrie, Craigend, in the county of Stirling, in 1660,

5. William. and from him is lineally descended JAMES

1. Jane-Cuninghame. Smith, esq. now of Craigend, a deputy

2. Helen-Catherine. lieutenant and magistrate for that county.

He is a magistrate in the counties of ARCHIBALD Smith, youngest son of James Lanark and Dumbarton, and was Smith, of Craigend, grandson of the above elected lord provost of the city of mentioned Robert, b. 10th July, 1749, pur Glasgow in 1822, and again in 1823. chased the estate of Jordan Hill in 1800. III. Archibald, who m. Eliza, daughter He m. Isabella, daughter of William Goring, of Thomas M‘Call, esq. of Craighead, esq. by whom he had

in the county of Lanark, by whom he 1. JAMES, bis heir.

has II. William, of Carbeth Guthrie, in the

1. Martha-Denroche.
county of Stirling, to which he suc-

2. Isabella.
ceeded on the decease of his cousin 1. Isabella, m. John M'Call, esq. of
german, John Guthrie, esq. of Car Ibrox Hill, in the county of Lanark.
beth, in 1834. He m. in 1810, Jane, II. Jean, d. young.
daughter of Alexander Cuninghame, Mr. Smith d. 6th May, 1821, and was s. by
esq. son of Sir William Cuninghame, bis eldest son, the present JAMES Smith, esq.
bart. of Robertland, and has issue, of Jordan Hill.
1. Archibald, M.A. of Exeter Col-

lege, Oxford, an advocate at the Arms-Gu. a chevron erm. between two
Scottish bar.

crescents in chief and a garb in base within
2. Cuninghame.

a bordure engrailed or.
He m. secondly, in 1829, Sarah, dau. Crest— An eagle's head erased, gorged
of Henry Wallis, esq. of Marys- with a ducal coronet ppr.
borough, in the county of Cork, and Motto-Macte.
has issue,

Estates-In Renfrewshire, &c.
3. Henry-Wallis.

Seat-Jordan Hill.

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LONG, OF ROWDE ASHTON. LONG, WALTER, esq. of Rowde Ashton, Wraxall, and Whaddon, all in the county

of Wilts, born 10th October, 1793, married 3rd August,
1819, Mary-Anne, second daughter of the Right Honorable
Archibald Colquhoun, of Killermont, in the county of Dum-
barton, Lord Register of Scotland, and has issue,

1. Walter, b. 27th September, 1823.
11. Richard-Penruddock, b. 19th December, 1825.
ul. Henry-William, b. 12th June, 1829.
1. Mary-Anne-Catherine.
11. Flora-Henrietta.

III. Jane-Agnes.
This gentleman succeeded to the estates on the decease of
his father in 1835. He is a magistrate and deputy-lieu-
tenant, and M.P. for the northern division of the county of
Wilts.

Lineage. The family of the Longs of Wiltshire | The elder son, was settled at a very early date at South John Long, of Marston, in the parish of Wraxall, and subsequently at Draycote, in Potterne, m. Anne, daughter of John Merethat county, by marriage, in the time of wether, of Great Cheverell, in the county Henry VI., with the heiress of Cerne. (See of Wilts. He made his will and d. in 1597, vol.ii. p. 165, and vol. iii. p. 211.) A branch leaving by his wife, Anne, who was buried of the name was anciently seated at Potterne at Little Cheverell, 1626, six sons and three and Little Cheverell, in the same county and daughters, viz. vicinity; and the traditions, as handed down 1. Christopher, who m. and left issue. for several generations in this particular 11. Thomas, ancestor of the Longs of branch, and recorded on their monumental Rowde Ashton. inscriptions,* as well as the mutual mention III. Richard, of Worton, in the parish made of persons of the same name in willst of Potterne, who d. 1662, leaving by and various documents at very remote pe his wife, Sarah, a son, William, the riods, by different contemporary members of ancestor of a branch of the family the family of Wraxall and of that settled at settled at Potterne till the year 1753, Potterne, afford presumptive evidence that when it became extinct by the death the ancestor of this branch derived his de of the last male descendant, Richard scent from one of the early sons of the house Long, esq. of Potterne, grandson of of Wraxall, about the time of Henry VIII. the above William, without male issue. THOMAS LONG, of Potterne, in the county

See monumental inscription and arms

in the church at Potterne. of Wilts, m. first, Isabel, daughter of John Flower, of Worton, in the parish of Pot

iv. Edward, of Claverton, in the parish terne. He dated his will 1567, and d. 1570,

of Lea, in the county of Wilts. He leaving a second wife, Maud, and by his first

died in 1622, having left by his wife marriage two sons,

Frances Maundrell, two daughters, John.

Anne and Martha, both baptized at William, of Potterne, who dated his West Lavington, 1611 and 1613. will 1591, and died the same year,

v. John. leaving, by his wife Anne, five sons

VI. William. and two daughters.

1. Elizabeth, who m. John Long, of

Bulkington, in the county of Wilts.

u. Mary, who m.- Noyse, of Fulway, An inscription in the church at Steeple Ash

Wilts. ton, in the county of Wilts, commemorates Richard Long, of Kowd Ashton, the grandson of the second son,

ill. Joan, who m. – - Hobbs. Thomas Long, of Little Cheverell, esq. as being "of the ancient family of the Longs, of Wraxall,

Thomas Long, esq. of Little Cheverell Wilts."

and Melksham, in the county of Wilts, suc+ Sir Thomas Long, of Wraxall, knt, in his ceeded by the will of his father to his estate will, dated 1508, makes a bequest to Joan Burley, in Marston and that called Wallens, both in

and Thomas Long, of Potterne, in 1567, also be the parish of Potterne. He was baptized at ) queaths to Joan Burley.

Potterne in 1579, and served the office of

high sheriff for Wilts in 1652. His will was ward Long, and sister and heir of Henry dated 1654, and he was buried at Little Che- Long, esq. of Rowde Ashton, Wilts. He verell, 8th May of the same year. He pos- d. 1676, and was buried at Steeple Ashton, sessed by inheritance a considerable estate leaving issue, at Melksham, and purchased an estate at 1. Henry, his heir.* Collingborne Kingston of the Earl of Hert II. RICHARD, of whose line we have to ford. He married a daughter of — Floyer,

treat. of the ancient family of that name in Devon 1. Dorothy, who m. Richard Kenn, of shire, and left issue,

Chippenham, M. D., 17th October, 1. JOHN, who s. by the will of his father 1685, and had issue.

to his estates at Melksbam and Little II. Dionysia, baptized 23rd January, Cheverell, and purchased the estate 1661, m. Edward Thresher, of Bradof Baynton, in the parish of Eding

ford, and had issue. ton, in the county of Wilts, of the The second son of Richard Long of Collingfamily of Danvers. He served the bourne, office of high sheriff for Wilts in 1668, RICHARD LONG, of Rowde Ashton, esq. d. without issue, and was buried at baptized 7th April, 1668, m. first, Elizabeth, Little Cheverell, 27th July, 1676, daughter of Thomas Long, of Monkton, having by his will bequeathed his afterwards of Rowden, Wilts, and had issue, estates to the sons of his deceased 1. RICHARD. brothers.

II. Thomas, who died unmarried in II. Richard, ancestor of WALTER LONG,

1711. Esq. Of RowDe Ashton, of whom He m. secondly, Grace, daughter of John presently.

Stileman, of Steeple Ashton, and relict of ul. Thomas, ancestor of Walter LONG, John Martyn, of Hinton, in the same parish,

ESA. OF PReshaw, IN THE COUNTY who d. without issue April, 1746, and was
Hants. (See p. 72.)

buried at Steeple Ashton. Mr. Long d. JaIV. WILLIAM, ancestor of the Longs Of nuary 19th, 1729–30, and was s. by his only

BAYnton, now extinct. (See Long of surviving son,
Monkton Farleigh, p. 70.)

Richard LONG, esq. Rowde Ashton, The second son,

who m. Anne, sole daughter and heir of RICHARD LONG, esq. of Collingbourne John Martyn and Grace Stileman, before Kingston, Wilts, s. to the estate at Colling- mentioned, by wbom, who d. aged 71, he bourne by the will of his father. He m.

had issue, 9th April, 1657, Elizabeth, daughter of Ed 1. RICHARD, his heir.

1

This HENRY LONG, of Melksham, esq. who inherited the estate at Melksham by the will of his father's eldest brother, John Long, esq. of Little Cheverell, was baptized at Steeple Ashton, 20th May, 1658. He m. Anne, daughter of John Long, and sister of Hope Long, esg. of South Wraxall

. The estate of Collingbourne was settled by indenture on the issue of that marriage. He d. 31st March, 1686, and was buried at South Wraxall. Anne, his widow, d. 4th October, 1705, aged fortyeight, and was buried at the same place. They had issue,

1. HENRY, only son and heir.
II. Anne, baptized at South Wraxall, 6th

October, 1685, m. the Rev. Mr. Clarke,

of Whaddon, in the county of Wilts.
HENRY LONG, esq. of Melksbam, only son and
heir, a posthumous child, was baptized at South
Wraxall 20th October, 1687. He m. Ellen, daugh-
ter of William Trenchard, esq. of Cutteridge, in
the parish of North Bradley, in the county of
Wilts, He d. October, 1727, aged forty, and was
buried at North Bradley. She d. 1752, aged
sixty-five, and was buried at the same place.
They left issue,
1. William Long, esq. of Melksham, eldest

son and heir, who d. without issue, 15th
June, 1773, and was buried at North

Bradley.
II. John, d. 31st October, 1712, aged nine

months, buried at North Bradley,

II. Henry Long, d. 30th August, 1739, aged

twenty-six, without issue, and was buried

at North Bradley. 1. Ellen, m. John Thresher, esq. of Bradford,

in the county of Wilts, son of Edward
and Dionysia, before mentioned, and bad
issue by him, who d. 1741, aged fifty-two.
Ellen, daughter and co-heir, m. Sir Bour-

chier Wrey, bart. of Tawstock, in the
county of Devon, and bad issue,
1. The late Sir Bourchier Wrey,

bart.
2. The Rev. William Wrey, who

s. to the Melksham estate of Thomas Long, esq. of Little Cheve

rell. 1. Florentina, who m. Richard

Godolphin Long, esq. of Rowde

Ashton, and d. in 1835. 2. Elizabeth, who m. Robert Col

brooke, brother of Sir George Colbrooke, and, secondly, John Crosdill, and d. 1807, without

issue, aged eighty-seven. 3. Dionysia, d. unmarried, 1806,

aged seventy.

4. Mary, d, unmarried, 1816. Mrs. Thresher d. in 1753, aged forty-two, and was buried at Bradford,

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