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PETER RICKARDS MYNORS, ESQ.
OF L ENJOBB AND TREAGO,
ONE OF THE MAGISTRATES AND DEPUTY LIEUTENANTS OF
THE COUNTIES OF HEREFORD AND RADNOR,
IS INSCRIBED WITH SENTIMENTS OF SINCERE FRIENDSHIP
TAYLOR OF CLIFTON (now TAYLOR GOR
tion that he assumed the name of dos).
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. bas recently elder son and heir apparent of Wilassamed, 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 bos, 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 OP 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. many escallops arg. for TAYLOR.
P. 99, 1. 13 from the bottom. For Crests-Ist, a spreading oak, ppr. with the
Stonfield read Itonfield. motto “ I Byde" above, for GORDON; 2nd,
P. 99, 1. 3 from the bottom. Jobna stork ppr. holding an anchor az. sur,
Nickleson Martin, third son, died in mounted by the motio “ dum spiro spero,"
1837. for Taylor.
P. 102, col. ), 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. danghter (not daughter) of the late
died 22nd September, 1836. celebrated William Roscoe, esq.
Note, col. 2, 1. 2. For “ issue two sons POWNALL OF PowNALL.
and two daughters," read “ three P. 17. Assheton and James, the chil
sons and one daughter.”
Family of Hutchinson.
Now represented by Captain Thomas
Martin, R. N. hun is erroneously stated to have deseended 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- Durbam, alderman of that city, held from tleman left him his estates on condi- the dean and chapter of Durham, a close
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 descent is omitted, the pedigree should
be as follows: Sir John Fulford, -Dorothy, second dau. of Sheriš of Deson, &c. Bourchier, Earl of Bath. Sir John Fulford,
Ann, dau. of Sir Thomas DenSheriff of Devon. nys, of Holcombe Burnell. Sir Tbomas Fulford. Ursula Bampfylde.
A quo the present Col. Fulford of Fulford. Tbe 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.
“ 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 Black
wood, 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
16 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
Brabazon, and four sons,” &c.
hane,” read “ De Malban.”
chard de Whatton, should have been described as daughter and heir of John de Palmer, of Algathorp, and Alice, bis 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 “1.
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 1892, d. in
John Mayberry, esq. had a son, Ri-
therine, daughter of George
Miss Honora Mahoney,