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DUM SPIRO SPER
ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS.
TAYLOR OF CLIFTON (now TAYLOR Gor
tion that he assumed the name of DON).
esq. of Pitlurg, d. in 1836.
Miss Durant, of Poole.
sia, and Mary, were daughters of
neously printed. TRENCHARD OF STANTON.
P. 75. Dr. Trenchard d. in 1838. LOCKWOOD OF Dews Hall.
P. 81. William-Mark Lockwood, esq. P. 7. John Taylor, M. D. has recently
elder son and heir apparent of Wilassumed, in consideration of his descent,
liam-Joseph Lockwood, esq. of Dews the additional surname and arms of GOR
Hall, assumed in 1838, under the will Don, and the patent is duly enrolled in the of his uncle, Sir Mark Wood, bart. Lord Lyon Office, at Edinburgh.
the surname and arms of Wood. Arms—As matriculated in the College of
Leslie or BALLYBAY. Arms, Scotland : quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. three boars' heads, erased or, with a bor
P. 86. Mr. Leslie of Ballybay, died in
1838. dure sa. for GORDON; 2nd and 3rd, ermine, on a chevron between three anchors az. as
MARTIN OF THE WILDERNESS.
P. 99, 1. 13 the bottom. many escallops arg. for TAYLOR.
For Crests— 1st, a spreading oak, ppr. with the
Stonfield read Itonfield. motto “ I Byde” above, for GORDON; 2nd,
P. 99, 1. 3 from the bottom. Johna stork ppr. holding an anchor az. sur
Nickleson Martin, third son, died in mounted by the motto “ dum spiro spero,”
1837. for Taylor.
P. 102, col. 1, 1. 31. Elizabeth HutchSANDBACH OF WOODLANDS.
inson, heiress of her brothers, and P. 16. Mrs. H. R. Sandbach is grand
wife of John-Nickleson Martin, esq. daughter (not daughter) of the late
died 22nd September, 1836. celebrated William Roscoe, esq.
Note, col. 2, 1. 2. For “issue two sous PowNALL OF POWNALL.
and two daughters," read “ three
sons and one daughter." P. 17. Assheton and James, the chil
dren of James Pownall, esq. were
family of Kutchinson. WARD OF SAlhouse.
Now represented by Captain Thomas P.21, col. 1. l. 16. Mr. Browne Bo
Martin, R. N. hun is erroneously stated to have descended from the ancient family of The family of Hutchinson has been from De Bohun. His father being step a very early period settled in and about the brother on the mother's side to Wil- city of Durham. liam Bohun, esq. of Westhall, the Hugh Hutchinson, of Framwelgate, near last of his family and name, that gen- Durham, alderman of that city, held from
tleman left him his estates on condi- the dean and chapter of Durham, a close
called Windyhill; he d. without issue, and 1. Hugh, citizen and mercer of Durwas interred in St. Margaret's Church, Dur ham, baptized at St. Margaret's 20th ham, 16th August, 1626, leaving bis property January, 1622; 16th July, 1671, he to the issue of his brother,
surrendered to Cuthbert Markindell, Cuthbert Hutchinson, who likewise re gent. a parcel of land in Bitchburne, sided at Framwelgate ; he held lands in for purpose of settling it on his broPlausworth and Bitchburn, and was buried
ther, John Hutchinson. in the church of St. Margaret, Durham, 2. Thomas, baptized at St. Margaret's 24th November, 1596, leaving issue, by April, 1724, buried there 21st OctoChristobell, his wife,
ber following: 1. Nicholas, of whom hereafter.
3. John, of whom hereafter. 2. Cuthbert, of the city of Durham, 4. Jane, baptized at St. Margaret's 24th
baptized at St. Margaret's 2nd April, August, 1626.
6th July, 1627. 3. William, baptized at St. Margaret's The third son,
29th August, 1589. 4. Anthony, baptized at St. Margaret's derman and sometime mayor of the city of
John Hutchinson, of Framwelgate, al19th March, 1592.
Durham ; baptized at St. Margaret's 12th 5. Thomas.
June, 1631; he was a freeman both of the 6. Elizabeth, m. before 1624, to
Tanners and of the Mercers' Company, to Story.
the freedom of the former of which he was 7. Jane, m. before 1624, Hodgson. 8. Frances, one of whom m. to Wil- the latter 19th November, 1667 ; he pur
admitted 26th March, 1656, and to that of 9. Margaret, 3 liam Johnson.
chased lands at Driburne of his cousin, Nicholas Hutchinson, of Framwelgate, Cuthbert Hutchinson, and likewise held eldest son and heir; held lands in Drawden, copyhold messuages in Stainhope, Wolsingalso Driburne and Plausworth; he was bu- ham, Witton, West Auckland, Chester le ried in St. Margaret's church, 2nd April
, Street, and St. Margaret's, Durham, mostly 1630, leaving issue by Elizabeth, his wife,
acquired by purchase, as also freehold es1. Hugh, of whom hereafter. 2. Cuthbert, citizen and mercer of Framwelgate, Dryburne, Windyhills, &c.;
tates in Bitchburne, Westerton, Crossgate, Durham ; baptized at St. Margaret's he directs in his will to be buried with his 13th January, 1601, held houses and ancestors in the church of St. Margaret's, lands at Drawden, also Driburne, Durham, and was interred there 26th March, under his father's will; his son, Cuth- 1704 ; be left issue, one daughter, Jane, bert Hutchinson, likewise a mercer of Durham, was mayor of that city 1712, and an only son,
m. to Michael Bravin, Mayor of Durham in in 1679.
John Hutchinson, of Framwelgate, some3. Nicholas, citizen and tanner of Durham, baptized at St. Margaret's 28th the Tanners' Company 27th October, 1708 ;
time Mayor of Durham, admitted free of April, 1612; held a farm in Plaus
he m. at Middleton St. George, 9th Janworth under his father's will, and lands in Chilton Poole under that of uary, 1706, to Mary, daughter of Thomas
Shadforth, gent. of Durham, and was bu-
1. John, who m. as stated in the ac5. Jane, baptized at St. Margaret's 24th count given of the family of Rich
July, 1603, and buried there 10th mond (vol. iv. p. 100), to Isabella,
youngest daughter and co-heir of Hugh Hutchinson, son and heir, baptized Christopher Richmond, esq. of Highat St. Margaret's 13th May, 1599; he was head Castle and Cattalen, in the counm. at St. Margaret's 22nd January, 1621, to ty of Cumberland. Eleanor, daughter of John Hall, gent. and 2. Margaret, baptized at St. Margaret's on his said marriage settled on his father 29th October, 1709. and mother for their lives, lands in Bitch 3. Mary, baptized at St. Margaret's burne, held of the manor of Bedburne, 11th January, 1710. which lands had been surrendered to the 4. Jane, baptized at St. Margaret's 16th use of him and Eleanor, his wife ; he was a June, 1714. freeman of the Company of Mercers, and NORTHEY-HOPKINS OF ORING House. was buried at St. Margaret's aforesaid 24th The following is a more correct repreSeptember, 1635, leaving issue by Eleanor, sentation of the armorial bearings of his wife (who was buried 4th September, this family than that engraved at p. 1631),
P. 119. Geraldine, second daughter of
William-Richard-Hopkins Northey, esq. of Suffolk Lawn, Cheltenham, and grandaughter of General Northey-Hopkins, of Oving
House, was m. in 1838, to Joseph Pratt Tynte, esq. second son of Colonel Pratt, of Cabra Castle, in the county of Cavan, by Jemima-Roberta, his wife, dau.
of Sir James Tynte, bart. (see p. 502). FULFORD OF GREAT FULFORD. P. 159, col. 1, 1. 50. A link of the de
scent is omitted, the pedigree should
be as follows: Sir Jobn Fulford, Dorothy, second dau. of Sheriff of Devon, &c. Bourchier, Earl of Bath. Sir John Fulford,
Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas DenSheriff of Devon. nys, of Holcombe Burnell. Sir Thomas Fulford.—Ursula Bampfylde.
A quo the present Col. Fulford of Fulford. The annexed is a more correct representation of the family arms than that in the body of the work.
sister of John Hamilton, 1st Lord
Margaret Campbell, his wife.
6 1734." P. 220, col. 1, 1. 45, for “Altoor," read
“ Attoor.” P. 221, col. 1, 1. 1. add after “ Claneboye,”
," "and his wife, Janet Clarke.” P. 221, col. 1, 1.35, after“ John Blackwood, esq."
"add“ of Bangor, and his wife, Ann Wauchope. This John Blackwood was only son of John Blackwood, esq. provost of Bangor (ancestor of Lord Dufferin), who died
28th May, 1663, aged seventy-two.” P. 222, col. 2, 1. 8, for “ 1730," read
66 1731.” P. 223, col. 2, 1. 27, for “ 1st June,"
read “ 1st January.” WHATTON OF LEICESTERSHIRE. P. 225, col. 1, note. It should be
“ Sir Richard de Whatton had a daughter, Agnes, m. to Sir John de
Brabazon, and four sons,” &c. P. 225 and 229, cols. 1, for “ de Mal
bane,” read “ De Malban." P. 225, col. 2. Agnes, the wise of Ri
chard de Whatton, should have been described as daughter and heir of John de Palmer, of Algathorp, and Alice, his wife, sister and heir of
Hugh de Stapleford, of Stapleford. P. 226, col. 2, for“ Virgil,” read
Orpen, esq. a son, Raymond de Audemar, b. 28th August, 1837, and two daughters, Mary, b. in 1820, d. in 1821 ; and Cornelia, b. in 1822, d. in
1825. P. 282, col. ). Rachel Orpen, who m.
John Mayberry, esq. had a son, Ri-
therine, daughter of George
Miss Honora Mahoney,
and had, Duckett, John, Richard, George-Helan, Agnes and Cathe
rine. 2. Duckett, a solicitor. 3. George, in holy orders,
m. Miss Judith Cop
4. Rachel. Jl. Richard. ul. Helan. JV. Elmsey, m. Miss Mayber
ry. v. Jolin, who m. first, Miss
Gillman, and secondly, Miss Catherine Donman. By the former he had a daughter, Mary, m. to John Humphreys, esq. and had five children, and by the latter, two daughters, SarahLetitia, married to Michael Haynes, esq. and Rachel, m. to Lieuteuant Redmond Moriarty, R. N. his second
wife. vi. Rachel. VII. Eliza, m. to Abraham
Mayberry, esq. of Killar
ney. VIJI. Mary, m. to - Croswell,
esq. and had a son George, and a daughter, Eliza, m. to
John Sullivan, esq. P. 282. The daughters of Samuel
Crumpe, by Miss Mullins, sister to Lord Ventry (see Burke's Peerage and Baronetage), married, one Mr.
Hillyard, and the other Mr. Giles. P. 282, col. 1, for “ Miss Godfrey,”
read “ Deborah, daughter of William Godfrey, esq. Francis Crumpe had by his second wife, Dorothea Bland,* widow of John Lawler, esq. an only son, Nathaniel, who took the name of Bland, as in the body of the
work. P. 282, col. 2, 1. 37, for“ – Orpen,
esq.” read “ Richard Orpen, esq.” P. 283, col. 1, 1.7. William Godfrey, ! who m. Miss Eccleston, of Drog
heda, had issue, Peter; Henry, who m. Miss Coates; and Henrietta, wife
of William Twiss, esq. P. 283, col. 1, 1. 10. Dorcas Godfrey
had by her husband, Robin Twiss,
daughter of William Meredith,
nerbasset, esq. of Bally
seedy, and had issue. 6. Maryanne, m. to William
Foster, esq. and has issue. 11. Catherine Twiss, m. to William
esq. and had issue. P. 283, col. 1, l. 12, for “ Alice,” read
“ Avice.” She m. William Twiss, esq. and bad issue, 1. William Twiss, who m. his cou
sin, Miss Henrietta Godfrey, and had William, Robert, George, Henry, and Sophia, wife of
Geoffrey Samuels, esq. 11. Jane Twiss. III. Catherine Twiss, m. Daniel
Fitzgerald, esq. and had three sons, William, David, and Ro
bert. iv, Dorcas Twiss, m. to Caleb
Palmer, esq. and had Abraham, William, George, Caleb, Avice m. to William Peacock, esq. ; Isabella, m. to James Eagar, esq. and Catherine m. to Carey,
esq. V. Alice Twiss, m. to Richard Pur
cell, esq. and had a son, John, and a daughter, Avice, wife of
John Purdon, esq. P. 283, col. 1, 1. 15. Avicia Blenner
hasset, who m. John Yielding, esq.
of Samuel Crumpe, esq. and had
a daughter of
Miss Boyce, and had
pher Delmege, of
Weekes, esq. and had
* Her brother, Francis Bland, esq. had an illegitimate daughter, the late celebrated Mrs. Jordan.