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sister of John Hamilton, 1st Lord Bargany, and youngest daughter of Sir John Hamilton, of Bargany, by Margaret Campbell, his wife. P. 220, col. 1, 1.31, for “ 1701,” read “ 1708.” P. 220, col. 1, 1.34, for “ 1732,” read “ 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 “ 1731.” P. 223, col. 2, l. 27, for “ 1st June,” read “1st January.”

WHAtto N 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 Malbane,” read “De Malban.” P. 225, col. 2. Agnes, the wise of Richard 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 “Vergil.” P. 227, col. 1, for “Thu,” read “I. H. U.” P.229, col. 1, for “ 1836,” read “1835.” ORPEN of GLANERough. P. 280. Add to the issue of R. I. T. 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. 1. Rachel Orpen, who m. John Mayberry, esq. had a son, Richard Mayberry, who m. as already stated, a sister of William Duckett, esq. and had, with a son, Bastable, and another son, who m. and had a son, Augustus. John Mayberry, who m. Miss Eliza Elmsey, by whom he had 1. Duckett, who m, first, Catherine, daughter of George Allen, esq. and secondly, Miss Mary Gollock, by whom he had 1. John, who m. in 1802, Miss Honora Mahoney,

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and had, Duckett, John, Richard, George-Helan, Agnes and Catherine. 2. Duckett, a solicitor. 3. George, in holy orders, m. Miss Judith Coppinger. 4. Rachel. 11. Richard. 111. Helan. iv. Elmsey, m. Miss Mayberry. v. John, 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 Lieutenant Redmond Moriarty, R. N. his second wife. v1. Rachel. VII. Eliza, m. to Abraham Mayberry, esq. of Killarney. viii. 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 Drogheda, 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, esq. 1. George Twiss, who m. Honora, daughter of William Meredith, esq. and had

* Her brother, Francis Bland, esq. had an illegitimate daughter, the late celebrated Mrs. Jordan.

1. Robert. 2. William, m. Miss Crosbie. 3. Francis, m. Miss Collis. 4. Lucy. 5. Dorcas, m. to Arthur Blemnerhasset, esq. of Ballyseedy, and had issue. 6. Maryanne, m. to William Foster, esq. and has issue. 11. Catherine Twiss, m. to William Hillyard, esq. iii. Avice, m. to Thomas Marshall, esq. and had issue.

P. 283, col. 1, 1. 12, for “ Alice,” read “Avice.” She m. William Twiss, esq. and had issue. 1. William Twiss, who m. his cousin, Miss Henrietta Godfrey, and had William, Robert, George, Henry, and Sophia, wife of Geoffrey Samuels, esq. 11. Jane Twiss. 111. Catherine Twiss, m. Daniel Fitzgerald, esq. and had three sons, William, David, and Robert. 1 v. 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 Purcell, esq. and had a son, John, and a daughter, Avice, wife of John Purdon, esq.

P. 283, col. 1, l. 15. Avicia Blennerhasset, who m. John Yielding, esq. son of Richard Yielding, by his wife, Belinda Bateman, had issue, 1. JAMEs, m. in 1717, Dorcas, dau. of Samuel Crumpe, esq. and had issue, 1. James, m. a daughter of John Carrigue, esq. by his wife, Miss Ponsonby, and had issue, John, barrister-at-law, m. Miss Boyce, and had Issue, James-Boyce, m. Miss Harriet Hillyard. John. Martha, m. Christopher Delmege, of Rathkeale, esq. James. Alicia, married to John Weekes, esq. and had issue, * John, m. Miss Agnes Seely.

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Isabella, m. Clement Peat, esq. 2. Lucy, m. Henry Eagar, esq. and had issue, Henry-YieldIng. 11. Dorcas, m. — Lombard, esq. and had issue, John, in holy orders, m. Miss Purefoy, and had issue, with one daughter, two SO11S, The Rev. Edmond Lombard. The Rev. John-Newman Lombard, vicar of St. Nicholas, Cork, since presented by the Earl of Shannon to the living of Carrigalire, m. to Miss Swan. 111. Lucy. P. 283, col. 1, l. 18. Alice BLENNERHASSET, who m. as in the text, Daniel Ferres, esq. and had issue, Maurice, canon at Maynorth. Edmond. Arthur. Catherine. Ellen. Dorcas, m. in Alsace. P. 283, col. 1, 1. 20. LUcy Ble NNERHAsseT, who m. John, son of Daniel Healy, esq. by his wife, Rachel Blennerhasset, had issue, Blennerhasset. Gerard. John. Avice. Lucy, m. to Hamilton White, esq. brother to Richard, 1st Earl of Bantry (see BURKe's Peerage and Baronetage), and had issue, Richard. John-Hamilton. Alice. P. 283, col. 2, l. 8. HoRAce-Towns– HEND ORPEN, esq. by his wife left issue, a daughter, Anna, died of consumption, aged fifteen. P. 283, col. 2, 1. 43. Alice ORPEN, m. in 1820, to William Meredith, esq. and had issue, Richard. Marian-Lucinda Crumpe, m. to Francis Russel, esq. and has had issue, Anthony. Grace, m. to Mr. Sondes. Lucinda, m. Rice O'Connor. P. 283, col. 2, 1.66, add, and had issue, one son and two daughters. P. 284. CAtheri Ne WRight, as in the text, had issue by her first husband, a son, James; and by her second, three daughters, –, m. to the Rev. Mr. Norwood; Sally, m. to E. Gourd, esq.; Mary, m. to Captain Hutchinson.

P. 284, col. 1, 1. 11, for “Margaret,” read “Mary.” P. 284, col. 1, 1. 19, for “ 1774,” read “ 1764,” P. 284, col. 1, 1. 24. Robert Bowe N, esq. by Miss Duckett had issue, one son, Robert, who m. Mary, daughter of — Bastable, esq. by Agnes Mayberry, and had issue, one son, William, m. Hannah, daughter of Augustus Mayberry, esq. and had issue, Robert, attorney. Bastable. William, m. Miss Sillittan, and had issue, John, Robert, Ellen, Eliza, Mary, Hannah, and Catherine. Jane, m. – Jagoe, esq. Harriet, m. — Chute, esq. Catherine, m. Michael Michigan, eSCI. P. 284, i. 1, 1.27. MARGARET BowEN, who m. Augustus Gandrum, had issue, 1. Augustus, m. Miss Radley. 11. Margaret, m. — Husbands, esq. and had a son, Richard. iii. Dorcas, m. John Jermyn, esq. and had with William, and David-Jermyn, m. Susan, dau. of Colalough Duckett, esq. by his wife, Susan Mare, and had issue, 1. Thomas, m. Anne, daughter of the Rev. William Warburton, of Valentia, and had issue, David, John, Anne, and another daughter. 2. David. 3. William, m. Miss Mary Meredith, his first cousin. 4. John. 1. Mary. 2. Letitia. iv. MARY-Johan NA, m. William Mansfield, esq. and had issue, 1. Charles. 1. A daughter, Miss Mansfield, m. — Orpen,* esq. and had issue, Benjamin, m. and had a son, Abel, married Lucy Daunt. Basil, in holy orders, m. and had issue, John, m. Miss Manden, and had issue two Sons. Benjamin. Richard.

* With the family of this name spelled so very nearly the same, no relationship has ever been able to be discovered by the Orpens, though thus connected.

Basil, m. Miss Mary Carthew. Mary. Isabella. Johanna. Charlotte. P. 284. Rich ARD ORPEN was wounded at the battle of the Boyne, and thanked for his services by King WilLIAM. P. 284. The will of the Rev. Thomas Orpen, of Killowen, was proved in 1768. P. 284, col. 2. MARYANNE TRA vers, m. John Massy, esq. in 1782, and had issue, Hugh, Richard, Eyre, John, George, Thomas, Eliza, Anne, and two other children. P. 284, col. 2, for “brother,” &c. read “fourth son of James, 7th Earl of Lauderdale.” P. 284, col. 2, for “Sampson Stamwell,” esq, read “Stowell of Killbrillain, b. in 1816.” P. 284, col. 2. Bess Y QUIN, who m. Captain John Meade, R.N. has had issue, Richard, Thomas, Charlotte, Mary, Bessy, Sarah, and Frederica. P.,284, col. 2. MARY Ella Rd, by her husband, John Hawkes, esq. had issue, Sophia, Mary, John, and another son. The shipwreck of Arthur Orpen and his wife took place in Ballinkelly bay. P. 285, col. 1, for “Ballyboy,” read “Ballybog.” P. 285, I. 25, in the 60th regiment of infantry, killed at Talavers in 1809, while gallantly cheering on his regiment. He had served at the battle of Minden and also in India, and marched across the desert to join the army in Egypt, under Abercrombie. P.285, 1.31, for “Constantinople,” read “Madeira.” Thom As STRANGE, killed, &c. had issue, Alexander, b. in 1818, Henry, Thomas, Lucy and Mary. For “Miss Bland,” read “Miss Maria Bland.” Joane, Thomas and Alexander. Joane of Mr. and Mrs. Christian, a daughter, Lucinda. After “Edward,” add “major in the army.” HENRY ORPEN died in March, 1838, m. first, in 1809, Miss Ellen Swanton, who d. in 1811, leaving a daughter, Lucy, m. in 1830, John Duncombe, a merchant, by whom she has had two children. For the family of Sir James Chatterton, bart. see Burke's Peerage and Baronetage. After “Edward,” 1.61, add “barristerat-law.” Cherry Orpen m. 1811, Margaret in 1805, she had other issue beside those given in the text, Abram d. in 1828, Charles b. in 1818, d. in 1820, William b. in 1822, Lucinda d. in 1818. Abram Orpen Palmer

born in 1822. Lieutenant Redmond Moriarty, R.N. d. in 1826, his son, Edward, was born in 1823. P. 285, col. 2, 1.23, dele “ now captain,” and to R.N. add, “and M.D.” issue, Sylvereus b. in 1817, Edward b. in 1822, Abram b. in 1831, Lucy b. in 1819, Lydia b. in 1825. Cherry-Agnes b. in 1833. Captain Massy Herbert. R. N. has issue, Arthur, Frances, deceased, b. in 1828, and Dorcas. Mrs. John Herbert Orpen d. in 1808. To “John Thompson Young, esq.” add “her second cousin.” P. 285, col. 2, 1. 51, for “cousin,” read “second cousin.” Fanny-Sophia Orpen (Mrs. Smith) has issue, a son, b. in 1838. She had a brother, Richard, obiit infans. For “John Bateman,” read “ Rowland Bateman.” P. 286, l. 2, for “Captain Odlum,” read “Captain Henry Odlum.” Lieutenant-Colonel Bland had issue, Thomas, in holy orders. Francis. Nathaniel.

Bessy, m. Lieutenant Robert Herbert, R. N. and has had issue, Arthur, Nathaniel, Robert, Letitia, Barbara, and Margaret-Agnes.

Margaret, m. Richard Murphy, esq.

Lucy, m. Captain Galway.

Maria, m. Captain Harry Strange, her second cousin.

For “T. N. Bland,” read “James Nathaniel Bland.” Agnes Bland, the second wife of Thomas Herbert, esq. had issue, Thomas, Francis, Cherry, Eliza. Margaret-Lucy Stewart, (Mrs. Langford) has had issue, two sons and three daughters. Susannah, Mrs. Francis Orpen, died in 1820, she had another son, Francis, died in infancy, besides those given in the text. P. 286, col. 1, 3 lines from bottom, to “1823,” add “10th December.” Next line but one, for “Colonel,” read “Rev.” He left issue a daughter, Alicia-Mary-Anne, m. 1st June, 1836, Henry-Thomas D'Arcy, esq. by whom she has a daughter, b. 2nd April, 1837. Col. 2, 1. 1, for “23,” read “22.” Lines 7 and 9 reverse “28” and “24.” L. 8, for “1829, read 1830.” L. 13, for “ 11th,” read “8th,” b. 24th Feb. 1833.

Arms—On a shield or, a lion rampant, party per pale, azure and argent. It is a violation of regular rule to have a metal, such as the argent half of a lion on another metal, viz. on a shield, or, but it has been laid down that irregularities in heraldry are proofs of great antiquity. The above are without doubt the correct Orpen arms, and are so engraved in all the books of the family. CAtoN of BiNBRook. P. 306, col. 2, for “Robert, 40th Abbot of St. Albans,” read “39th Abbot of St. Albans.” P. 307, col. 2, for “Thurston,” read “Thruston.” P. 307, col. 2, for “July, 1833,” read “July, 1776.” P. 307, col. 2, for “ Virtue,” read “Vertue.” P. 308, col. 1, 1. 7, for “ Thurston John Caton,” read “Thruston John Caton.” P. 309, col. 1, 1.13, for “Tuffnell,” read “ Tufnell.” The motto should be Cautus metuit foveam lupus. The following is a more correct representation of the armorial bearings.

BINGHAM of Melcom BE BINGHAM.

P. 350. The Rev. George Bingham m. in 1836, Frances, daughter of Anthony Blagrave, esq. and d. 5th May, 1838, without issue, when the representation of the family devolved on his brother, the present Richard Hippisle Y BINGHAM, esq. Captain H. E. I. C. service, b. 1st Oct., is04, m. in 1836, his cousin, Harriet-Georgiana, 3rd daughter of the Rev. Montagu Wynyard, B.D. chaplain to her majesty.

P. 353, col. 1, 1.6 from foot. Charles William Bingham was born 28th September (not 15th October), 1810.

P. 353, col. 1, l. 2 from foot. Sophia Matilda, wife of Robert - Francis Wright, esq. has issue, Augustus-Robert-Bingham Wright, Arthur-Francis Wright, and Leonora-Sophia Wright.

GoRDoN of Florida.

P. 376. The annexed is a more correct engraving of the arms than that already given in the body of the work.

OWEN of GLANSEVERN. P. 380. The late highly gifted and respected William Owen, esq. K. C. d. in November, 1837. He devised the whole of his property, including the beautiful seat at which he resided, GLANseverN, to his widow, the only child of the late Captain Sloughter, and grandniece of Sir Peter Warburton, bart. of Arley (see BURKE's Eartinct and Dormant Baronetcies). P. 380, 1.8 of note. Omit “first.” The Arms of the family are sa.. three Scaling ladders, and between the two uppermost a spear's head arg. its point imbrued: on a chief ermine a tower triple turretted of the 2nd, quarterly with Evans and DAVIES. The Crest a wolf saliant, ppr. supporting a ladder of the arms. The Motto Frangi non Flecti.

HUYSHE of CLYSTHIDON AND SAND. P. 409. Harriet, only surviving child of the Rev. Francis Huyshe, of Sand, m. 20th February, 1838, Arthur Abbott, esq. TAYLOR OF OGWELL. P. 445. Col. Taylor's daughter has married Fortescue, esq. of Fallait. Dick OF OSBERT STOWN. P. 460. SiMo N DIGBY, esq. eldest son and heir apparent of the Rev. John Digby, of Osbertstown, has besides

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