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kenton to his youngest son Richard, his se property in Glamorganshire, lands in the cond son, Robert, having married Mabel, county of Brecon. He m, Cecil, daughter daughter of Robert Fitz-Nigell.

and heir of Edmond Turberville, esq. of John Fitz-Nicholas held courts in 1307, Llantwitt Major, descended from Sir Pain for the manor of Nichole, in the hundred of Turberville, one of Fitzhammon's knights, Hinckford, Essex, called in the rolls the and had issue, manor of Nicolls, or Fitz-Nicolls. John John, his heir, sometimes called JohnFitz-Nicholl held the same manor from

Nicholl-Yeiltid, m. Katherine, dau. 1327 to 1377. The Nicholls of Essex bore of Alexander Seys, esq. of the Gaer, for their arms“ sa. a pheon arg.” In the in the parish of St. Woollos, and of county of Northampton, William Nicolls, Caerleon, in the county of Monmouth, esq. of Hardwick, who was born in 1479, second son of Roger Seys, esq. of carried “ sa. three pheons arg." and was Boverton Place, Glamorganshire, atancestor of the Nicolls, afterwards baronets,* torney-general of all Wales, temp. who had the same arms confirmed and rati

ELIZABETH. By this lady, John Nified in 1588, with the addition of a canton choll, who d. v. p. 3rd Dec. 1643, left, arg. Camden assigned similar arms to the

ILTYD-JOHN, s. his grandfather. Nicholls of Trewane, in Cornwall, with a

Florence, m. to Mr. John Rees, crescent for difference; and the seal of John

and had many children. Nicholl, esq. of Llantwitt Major, Glamor

Cecil, m. to Mr. William Deere, ganshire, whose will was proved in 1999,

and had issue, was “sa. three pbeons arg.” thus fully prov Edmond, whose will was proved at ing that the different families of Nicholl Llandaff, 21st March, 1661. He left have in all ages borne the pheons for their several children, coat armour. The precise date of the set Iltyd, of the Ham, surgeon, ancestor of tlement of the Nicholl family in Glamor

the Nicholls of the Ham, DIMLANDS, ganshire is not known, but from the will of &c. (see page 478.) John Nicholl, dated in 1598, and proved the Iltyd Nicholl, whose will bears date 21st following year, it is very evident they were October, 1651, was s. by his grandson, a family of consequence, from the property ILTYD-JOHN NICHOLL, esq. of Llantwitt they then possessed. John desires to be Major, who m. Anne, daughter of John buried by his father, Iltyd Nicholl, in Llant- Deere, esq. of Llanmaes, in Glamorganwitt church, which Iltyd it is natural to sup- shire, by Mary, his wife, daughter of Ripose was born at Llantwitt, having been chard Yorath, esq. of Llantwitt, and had christened after the patron Saint of Llant 1. Iltyd, his heir. witt, Saint Iltutus, or Iltyd. This

11. William, who m. in 1693, Florence, Iltyd NichoLL, esq. of Llantwitt Major, only daughter and heir of William in Glamorganshire, left two sons, viz.

Morgan,t esq. of Tymawr, in the John, his beir.

parish of Tredunnock, niece and heir William, of Laleston, Glamorganshire. of Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds, of the The elder son,

Garn, in the same parish, and was
John Iltyd Nicholl, esq. of Llantwitt buried in Tredunnock church, 3rd
Major, in the diocese of Llandaff, where he January, 1703, leaving issue,
resided temp. ELIZABETH, beld the lease of

1. William, of Tymawr, b. 2nd the Abbots' Rents. His will, dated 28th

April, 1697 ; buried 27th March, June, 1598, was proved 19th October, 1599.

1750, s. p. By Margaret, his wife, to whom he left for

2. John, of the Garn, baptized her life his mansion-house at Llantwitt Ma

25th March, 1701; m. Anne, jor, he had issue,

only daughter and heir of EdILTYD, his heir.

ward Herbert, esq. of Magor, in John, who had by his father's will free

Monmouthshire,(descended from hold lands in the parish of Cogty,

the Herberts of St. Julians, near Glamorganshire.

Caerleon, see family of Jones, of Thomas, had by his father's will free

Llanarth,) and by her, who d. 6th hold lands in Laleston.

Jan. 1777, aged sixty-six, left at Joan. Christian. Neast.

his decease in 1749, two sons and The eldest son,

two daughters, viz. Iltyd Nicholl, esq. of Llantwitt Major,

WILLIAM, of Tymawr and the held the lease of the Abbot's Rents by will

Garn, who succeeded to the from his father, and possessed, besides his

representation of the Ni

See Burke's History of the Extinct and Dormant shire, from whom also sprang the Morgans of Baronetcies.

Llantarnam (see Burke's Extinct and Dormant

Baronetcies). By the marriage with the heiress of + The Morgans Tymawr were a branch of Morgan, the Nicholl family became resident at the Morgans of Pen-y-coed Castle, in Monmouth | Tredunnock, in Monmouthshire.

choll family upon the de iv. Richard, living in 1669.
mise of his cousin, the Rev. v. Thomas, living in 1669.
John Nicholl.

1. Mary.
John, who resided at Caerleon, 11. Another daughter, m. to William

m. 6th April, 1785, Miss Thomas, and had six children.
Mary Edwards, and d. 10th Iltyd-John Nicholl, whose will dated 15th
December, 1790, leaving April, 1696, was proved at Llandaff 3rd No-
two daughters,

vember following, died in that year, and Mary, m. to Mr. James was s. by his son,

Hawkins, of Newport, ILTYD NICHOLL, esq. of Llantwitt Major, surgeon, illegitimate who held the lease of the Abbots' Rents. son of the late Henry He m. 26th July, 1696, Mary, daughter of Montonnier Hawkins, Edmond Lloyd, esq. and dying 8th October, esq. of the Gaer, and 1702, aged forty-two, left three sons, Iltyd,

d. in 1838, leaving issue. Edmund and John. The two former died Ann.

The latter,
Elizabeth, m. to William Jen The Rev. JOHN NICHOLL, of Llantwitt

kins, esq. of Trastra, Mon- Major, baptized 5th May, 1703, known by
mouthshire, and had, with the name of “ Parson Nicholl,” or

66 Black other issue, a daughter, Eli- Jack,” from his dark complexion, was reczabeth, wife of William tor of West Ham, in Sussex, and domestic Morgan, esq. of Newport. chaplain to the Earl of Northampton. He Florence, m. to Thomas, son died without issue,t and was s. in the re

of Walter Norman, esq. and presentation of the Nicholl family by his left issue.*

cousin, 3. Margaret, b. 21st October, 1698, William Nicholl, esq. of Tymawr and

m. to Charles, eldest son of the Garn, in the parish of Tredunnock, who Charles Griffith, esq. of Lanera- served as high sheriff for Monmouthshire in von, Monmouthshire, and had 1775. He m. Jane, only daughter of the three sons.

Rev. Gregory Perrott, and sister and heir Hi. John, alive in 1663.

of William Perrott, esq. of Llandegveth,

unm.

* The issue of this marriage were two sons and + His property went, by will, to William Ni. two daughters,

choll, esq. of Tredunnock, and at his death, withThomas Norman, baptized 5th June, 1765.

out male issue, it passed to Sir John Nicholl, knt. Herbert Norman, baptized 19th February,

of Merthymawr. 1770.

# The ancient family of PERROTT derived their

name from Castle Perrott, in Britanny, built in Ann Norman, who m. the Rev. Lewis Evans, 957, by William de Perrott, whose great-grandson,

Professor of Mathematics in the Royal Mi- Sir Richard Perrott, Seigneur de Perrott in 1066, litary College at Woolwich, son of the Rev. furnished William of Normandy with his quota of J. D. Evans, vicar of Bassaleg, in Mon- ships and men, accompanied the expedition to En, mouthshire, and had issue,

gland, and settling in Somersetshire, commenced 1. Thomas-Simpson Evans (Dr.), Pro the building of a city, whose remains are north

fessor of Mathematics at Christ's Hos- and south Perrott, between which the river Perpital, left by Deborah Mascal, his rott rises and runs into the Severn. Sir Richard wife, four sons and one daughter, viz. left issue by his wife, daughter of Sancho Ramyno, Thomas-Simpson Evans, in holy second king of Aragon, a son and heir, SIR STE

orders, who m. Jane, daughter PHEN PERROIT, who, growing too powerful in the of John Merriman, esq.

lands he inherited in Somersetshire, King Henry I. Herbert-Norman Evans, M. D.who called him thence, and gave him as much territory

m. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas as he could conquer in South Wales, which was Haines, esq. of Hampstead.

then in contusion. He was thus forced to leave, Arthur-Benoni Evans.

with regret, the infant city his father had founded; Lewis Evans.

and to which he had given the name of Perrott; Aspasia Evans.

but not being able to contest it with Henry, he

went into Gloucestershire to raise forces. Not 2. Arthur-Benoni Evans, D.D. of Brit- willing, however, to lead his troops into a country

well Court ; m. Ann, daughter of Cap- of which he knew nothing, he went to Wales in tain Dickenson, R. N. of Bromble- disguise, in order to view the state of it, and was bury, Plumpstead, and has issue, there struck with the beauty of the Princess HeArthur, John, George, Sebastian, Anne len, daughter and sole heir of Marchin, descended and Emma.

from Howel Dda, King of South Wales. She was 3. Emma Evans, d. unm, in 1838. no less charmed with his graceful stature, his ami4. Jane Evans, d, unm, in 1837.

able and majestic countenance, and most wonderful Florence Norman, m. to Lewis, esq. and brilliant and piercing eye, which commanded re

had two daughters, Fanny and mma. verence from all that held it. The conquest of

and by that lady, who d. 25th July, 1812, Seat—The Gaer House, near Newport, left at his decease, being buried at Caerleon, Monmouthshire. The present house was 11th December, 1813, aged seventy-seven, modernised by the late Anthony Montonan only daughter and heir, the present Mrs. nier Hawkins, esq. in 1819, the old resiHawkins, of the Garn, &c.

dence having been built by Alexander Seys,

esq. temp. Queen Elizabeth. It is situated Arms—Quarterly, Ist, for Nicholl, sa. near a Roman fort, the Welsh of which three pheons arg. : 2nd, for MORGAN, or, a word being Gaer, gave the name to the progriffin segreant sa.: 3rd, for HeRBERT, party perty. per pale az, and gu. three lions rampant, arg. : 4th, for PERROTT, gu. three pears or,

Turberville, of Coyty Castle. on a chief arg. a demi-lion issuant sa. armed of the field. There are about fifty minor This ancient and knightly family (the quarterings.

most powerful of all the Normans that setEstates—The Gaer and Ty Gwynn Bach, tled in Glamorganshire) were, previous to in the parish of St. Woollos; the Great their advent into that county, Lords of Crûg House, the Garn, Cefn Henlle, and Coed y Howell (now written Crickhowell), in Breckfon, in the parish of Tredunnock; Court nockshire, which they obtained at the conPerrott and Green Court, in the parish of quest of Breckpock, from Sir Bernard NewLlandegveth; Ty Captain, in the parish of march, the Norman knight, who, in the early Llanthewy Vach; and Ponthier, in the pa- part of William Rufus's reign, entered rish of Llangattock juxta Caerleon, all in Brecknockshire, and won the lordship from the county of Monmouth.

the then possessor, Bleddyn ap Maenyrch, Town Residence-10, Montagu Place, a Welsh Prince. Montagu square.

SIR PAYN DE TURBERVILLE, was one of

this Princess, whom he married, gained him great of Llandegveth, one son and one dau. The former, part of that country, the respect and love of the William Perrott, esq. of Llandegveth, b. 11th June, people. They had issue, one son, Sir Andrew 1736, died unm. 19th March, 1779, aged fortyPerrott, Lord of lystington, in Pembrokeshire, tbree, and was buried in Llandegveth church, learwho claimed the kingdom of Wales in right of his ing bis sister, Jane Perrott, his heir, who died 25th mother, Helen, and collected a body of forces to July, 1812, having m. 4th July, 1769, William defend his crown, but afterwards compromised the Nicholl, esq. of Tredunnock, as above. Arms of matter by having a grant of the land twenty miles Perrott, of Llandegveth ; gules, three pears or, on round bís camp; he built on the very spot where a chief argent, a demi-lion issuant sable, armed of his army was encamped, a castle, which he called the field.

Crest, a parrot vert, holding in his dexHerbeth or Narbeth, in Pembrokeshire, and placed ter claw a pear or, with two leaves vert. Motto, there a garrison to defend his lands in the year Amo ut invenio. The arms as well as the crest 1112. Î'hese lands were afterwards converted alludes to the name, pear or, a golden pear. In into a forest, and is called the Forest of Narbeth. the reign of Elizabeth a member of this family was Sir Andrew left issue, Sir William, Lord of lys- one of the most powerful men of his day. Sir tington, and knight banneret, whose descendants John Perrott, Lord of Haroldston and of Lang, continued to reside in Pembrokeshire until the horn, which castle he built, he was likewise Lord heiress of the family conveyed the vast possessions of Carew and its castle, in Pembrokeshire, to which into the Packington family. A younger son re he added the fine part called Castle Perrott: he was moved into Brecknockshire, and was ancestor of lord-deputy, lieutenant-general, and general-goverthe Perrotts of that county, and also of those set nor of the kingdom of Ireland, admiral of England, tled in Glamorganshire at Gellygare, one of whom, a lord of the privy council, knight of the bath, &c. the Rev. Gregory Perrott, who had property at &c. he possessed an estate of £22,000 per annum: Gellygare, in the county of Glamorgan, and at he was m. twice; by his first wife he had a son, Sir Bedwelty, in the county of Monmouth, born A.D. Thomas, created a baronet, 28th June, 1611, who 1655, rector of Llandegveth, in the county of Mon- died before his patent was made out; by his semouth, died 7th Sept., 1741, aged eighty-six, and cond wife he had a son, Sir James Perrott, who was buried in the chancell at Llandegveth, leaving garrisoned Carew and Langhorn castles with 1130 (by Blanch, his wife, daughter of William Lewis, men, all at his own expence, and offered them as esq. of Kilvanhanghod, in Glamorganshire, who places of security to his sovereign when his trou. died, aged seventy, 12th April, 1729, and was bu- bles increased ; he was of the king's council, and ried with her husband in the chancel at Llande- such was his affection to him for his loyalty, that gveth), John, Jerome, William, Anne and Eliza- he ordered a warrant for a patent, creating bim beth, wife of Meredith Evans, and an eldest son Marquis of Narbeth, Earl and Viscount Carew, and heir, the Rev. Gregory Perrott, rector of Gel- and Baron Perrott. After the restoration CHARLES lygare, born in 1700, who died 28th December, II. neglected this family, whose castles had been 1756, aged fifty-six, and was buried in the chancel torn from them, their estates plundered, and some of Llandegveth: he left by Jane, bis wife, daughter given to Oliver's adherents; themselves loaded

Dale, and widow of David Williams, esq.' | with fines, and their houses and parks destroyed.

David Williams left by Jane, bis wife, a daughter, Mary Williams, who married the Rev. John Perrott, rector of Llanwarne, in the county of Monmouth.

of

and a son,

the twelve knights who accompanied Sir GILBERT Turberville, esq. of TythegRobert Fitz Hammon to the aid of Jestin ap stone, who m. Catherine, daughter of ThoGurgant, king of Glamorgan, against Rhese, mas Bevon ap Leyson, of Brygan, and was prince of South Wales, about the year 1090. father of Subsequently on the death of Rhese, Fitz Jenkin TURBERVILLE, esq. of TythegHammon, turning his forces against Jestin, stone, whose son, by his wife, a daughter of and conquering his whole dominion, divided Philip Fleming, of Flemingstone, it amongst his followers. To the share of Jenkin TURBERVILLE, esq. of TythegSir Payn de Turberville, were allotted the stone, who m. Florence, daughter of Watkin castle and lordship of Coyty, and he con ap Rosser ap Vychan, and had two sons, firmed his right by marrying by the heiress viz. of the last possessor, a descendant of Jestyn RICHARD, his heir. ap Gurgant. Sir Payn had three sons, and Jenkin, who m. Alice, daughter of was s. by the eldest,

Christopher Mathew, esq.of Llandaff, Sir Simon TURBERVILLE, knt. who d. s. p. and had issue, a daughter Alice, and was s. by his brother,

wife of Thomas Griffith Goch, esq. SIR GILBERT TURBERVILLE, knt. of Coyty and Crûg Howell, who left by Agnes, his

CHRISTOPHER, of Penlline Castle, wife, a son and successor,

Glamorganshire, high sheriff in SIR PAIN Turberville, knt, lord of Coyty

1549 and 1568. His son and and Crûg Howell, who had two sons, viz.

successor, GYLBERT, his heir,

JAMES, of Penlline Castle, bad Ermerod (Sir), knt. had the lordship of

by his second wife, a daughCrûg Howell settled upon him.

ter of Rees ap Rees, of The elder son,

Bridgend, two sons, Sir Gylbert TuRBERVILLE, knt. lord of

1. CHRISTOPHER, of PenCoyty Castle, married Maud, daughter and

lline Castle, sheriff in heir of Morgan Garn, son of Morgan ap

1615, who m. Mary, Cradoc ap Jestyn ap Gurgan, and was fa

daughter of Sir Edward ther of

Mansell, knt. of MarSir GILBERT TURBERVILLE, knt. lord of

gam, and had two sons, Coyly, whose son,

Anthony, who succeedSir RICHARD Turberville, knt. Lord

ed him at Penlline CasCoyty, m. Agnes, daughter and heir of Sir

tle, and Richard, who Roger Wilcock, knt. and had two sons,

resided at Bolston. PAIN* and Wilcock. The second son,

2. EDWARD, who m. JenWilcock TURBERVILLE, esq. m. Maud,

nett, daughter and heir daughter and heir of Hopkin ap Howell

of Jenkin Edward, esq. Ychan, of Tythegstone, in Glamorganshire,

of Tregement or Cleand had a son,

menstone, by Denis, bis HAMON TURBERVILLE, esq. of Tytheyston,

wife, fifth daughter and or Tythegstone, m. a daughter of Tomkins,

co-heir of Robert Stradof Herefordshire, and was succeeded by his

ling, esq. second son of son,

Sir Edward Stradling, TOMKIN TURBerville, esq. of Tytheg

knt. of St. Donats Casstone, who m. Lucy, daughter and co-heir of

tle, and had issue.t Sir John Norris, 'knt. of Penlline Castle, The elder son of Jenkin Turberville, of Glamorganshire, and left, with a daughter Tythegstone, Gwenllian, m. to Howel Button, esq. of

RICHARD TURBERVILLE, esq. of TythegDyffryn Golywch, a son and successor, stone, inherited the paternal estates, and in

Sir Pain TURBERVILLE, knt. of Coyty Castle, m. Gwenllian, daughter of Sir Richard Talbot, knt. and left issue,

GILBERT (Sir), knt. of Coyty Castle, whose
son and heir,
GILBERT (Sir), knt. of Coyty Castle, d.

S. p.
RICHARD (Sir), successor to his nephew as

lord of Coyty Castle. He d. s. p.
Catherine, m. to Sir Roger Berkroulls, knt.
Margaret, m. to Sir Richard Stackpoole, knt.
Agnes, m. to Sir John de la Bere, knt.
Sarah, m. to Sir William Gamage, knt, who

became lord of Coyty.

+ The issue

Edward and Jennett were,
1, Christopher Turberville, died s. p.
11. Humphrey Turberville, who inherited

Treglement, or Clemenstone, at the de-
mise of his brother. He m. Mary Rees,
third sister of Charles Price, esq. and
had five daughters, his co-heirs, viz.
1. Mary, m. to John Curre, esq. and
had a son,
JOHN CURRE, of Clemenstone,

sheriff of Glamorganshire in
1712, who m. Mary, daughter
of William White, mayor of
Bristol, and was father of

1

an ode addressed to him by the bard of Glynn John, of Tythegstone, whose only dau. Cothi, bis mansion is said to be as exten

and heir, Gwenllian, m. Watkin sive as that of Grenville, of Neath Abbey, Loughor, esq; and in point of wealth, he is classed with THOMAS, of whose line we have to the house of Herbert, Earl of Pembroke.

treat. His cellars are mentioned as overstocked The second son, with the choicest wines of his own importa THOMAS TURBERVILLE, esq. of Llantwit tion from Brussells, Sicily, Bordeaux, &c. Major, Glamorganshire, m. Catherine, dau. He lived in the 15th century, and married of Thomas Bewdrip, senr. of Penmark, and Margaret, daughter of John ap Rees ap widow of John Van, esq. of Marcross, GlaJenkin, esq. of Glynn Nedd, by whom he morganshire, and left a son and heir, had two sons,

James Turberville, esq. of Llantwilt

Major, who m. first, Margaret, daughter of William Curre, of Clemen- Morgan Gamage, esq. lord of Coyty Castle,

stone, sheriff of Glamor- and widow of Jenkin Thomas, esq. by whom ganshire in 1766. He m.

he had a son, his cousin, Elizabeth, dau. Thomas, his heir. of John Lewis, esq. of He m. secondly, Agnes, daughter of Howell Penlline, and had issue,

Carne, esq. of Nash, and had by her another Joun, of Clemenstone,

son, and of Ilton Court,

Edward of Sutturn, great-grandfather near Chepstow, in

of
Monmouthshire, who
m. the dau. and co-heir

Edward of Sutturn, who m. one of of Edward Mathew,

the daughters and co-heirs of esq. and had issue.

John Carne, esq. of Ewenny, in Lydia.

Glamorganshire, and had a son, Mary, m. David Tho

Richard, of Ewenny Abbey, mas, esq. of Pwlly

sheriff of Glamorganshire in wrach, and had issue,

1740, and M.P. for that David, William, Ro

county in 1767. He d. s.p. bert, Lydia, and Mary.

and settled his property 2. MARGARET.

upon Richard Turberville 3. ELIZABETH, m. to William John Lewis, esq. of Penlline, and had a son,

Picton, esq. of Poyston, John Lewis, who m. Lydia, dau.

in Pembrokesbire. of Edward Thomas, esq. of James Turberville was succeeded by his Pwllywrach, Glamorganshire,

elder son, and had with three sons, who

Thomas TURBERVILLE, esq. of Llantwitt died unm, four daughters, Major, who m. Elizabeth, daughter and coElizabeth, m. to William heir of Robert Stradling, esq. second son of Curre, esq.

Sir Edward Stradling, knt. of St. Donats Anne, m. to Whitlock Ni- Castle, (see Burke's History of the Extinct

choll, esq. of the Ham. and Dormant Baronetcies,) and left, with Mary,

a daughter, Catherine, a son and successor, Martha,

EDMOND TURBERVILLE, esq. of Llantwitt 4. JENNETT, m. to Richard Leyson. 5. THOMASINA, m. to the Rev. Thomas heir of Watkin Thomas John Watkin, esq.

Major, who m. Catherine, daughter and Franklen. 1. Cecil.

and had an only daughter and heir, 11. Mary.

Cecil, m. to Iltyd NICHOLL, esq.

Arms of TURBERVILLE-Checquy or and | This estate is now possessed by Richard gu. a chief erm. Franklen, esq.

died unm.

FREWEN, OF ILMER AND NORTHIAM.

FREWEN, MORETON-JOHN-EDWARD, esq. of Ilmer, in Buckinghamshire, and Northiam, in Sussex, b. 14th July, 1794, m. 17th December, 1812, Sarah, daughter of the Rev. David Jenkins, of Dryffrynbern, in Cardiganshire. Mr. Frewen succeeded his father in December, 1831.

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