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v. Sir Charles Moltnkux, who nerved as sheriff of the county of Nottingham, and d. unm. 2Stb July, 1764. He was *. by his brother,

vi. Sir William Molyneux, one of the verdurers of Sherwood forest. He m. Anne, daughter and heir of William Challand, esq. of Wellow, Notts, and had issue,

Francis (Sir), his heir.
Anne.

Juliana, m. to Henry Howard, esq. of Glossop, in
the county of Derby, and had issue,
Bernard Howard, who s. as twelfth Duke of

Norfolk, in 1815.
Henry-Thomas Howard, who assumed the ad-
ditional name of Molyneux, in 1812.
Edward-Charles Howard, m. Miss Elizabeth
Maycock, and left issue, at his decease, in
1816.
Mary Howard, m. to Robert-Edward, tenth

Lord Petre. Juliana-Barbara Howard, married to RobertEdward, ninth Lord Petre. Sir William d. in 1781, and was s. by his son,

vn. Sir Francis Molynkux, who had been previously knighted, and appointed gentleman usher of the black rod. He d.s. p. Oth June, 1812, when the Baronetcy Expired, and the estates passed to his nephew,

Hknry-thomas Howard,esq. who assumed there-
upon the additional surname of Molyneux,and
in 1817, that of Howard, still in addition to
"Howard-Molyneux," in which year he was
granted the rank and precedency of a duke's
younger son. Lord Henry Howard, having
conformed to the established church, officiated
as deputy earl marshal for his elder brother,
the Duke of Norfolk. He m. 12th September,
1801, Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Long, esq.
and dying 17th June, 1824, left by that lady
(who died his widow, 24th May, 183-1), one son
and four daughters, via.
Henry, b. 25th July, 1802.
Henrietta-Anne, m. in 1830, to the Earl of

Carnarvon.
Isabel]a-Catherine, m. in 1829, to Viscount

Andover.
Charlotte*Juliana-Jane, m. in 1831, to James
Wentworth Buller, esq. M. P. of Downes,
in Devonshire.
Juliana-Barbara, m. in 1831, to Sir John Ogil-
vie, ban.

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who attended William the Conqueror in his expedition to England,) acquired the manor of Waldersharr, in Kent, temp. Henry VI. partly by purchase from the family of Goldwell, and partly by marriage with the daughter and heir of Colby, who inherited uv estate in right of his wife, the heiress of Thomas Mai maines. John Monins fixed, in consequence, his residence there, and erected a new mansion about a mile south eastward from the ancient house of the Mil maines. He left, with three daughters, married to Finneys, Cray ford, and Evering, three sons, of whom the eldest,

Robert Monins, of Waldershare, living ttmf. Richard III. married a daughter and co-heir of Green ford, and had by her two sons and three daughters, of whom the youngest, Alice, was mother of Matthew Parker, archbishop of Canterbury. The elder son, Richard, who wedded the daughter and co-heiT of Petyt, mayor of Dover in 1509, d. s. p. the younger,

John Monins, of Swanton, compounded 20th HrjsRi VII. for 10 marks, to be excused being made a knight of the bath, at the creation of Henry, Prince of Wale*. By Battel Anstyve, of Cambridge, his wife, he left two daughters, one m. to — Bedingfeld, and two sons, namely,

Edward, his heir.

John, lieutenant of Dover Castle, from whom descended the families of Monins of Dover and Canterbury. The elder son,

Edward Monins, esq. of Waldershare, who procured his lands to be disgavelled, tamp. Edward VI, married Parnel, daughter and heir of Anthony Lavrrick, esq. of Heme, and had, by her, four daughters m. to Brook, Engeham, Lane, and Hammond, of St. Albans Court,* and a son and successor,

Richard Monins, esq. of Saltwood Castle, who di-J 3 Elizabeth, leaving by Katherine, his wife, dausV ter of Thomas Alefe, of Colshill, several childrrti. The eldest son,

John Monins, esq. of Swanton, died without is»s# in 1568, and was s. by his brother.

Sir Edward Monins, knt. of Walderahare, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Lovelace, esq. and a*l issue,

William, his heir.
Elisabeth, m. to Sir Henry Crisp*.
Priscella, m. to John Chaxnberlaine, esq.
Frances, m. to — Darcy.
Mary, m. to Robert Hart.
Sir Edward died in 1002, and was s. by his son.

i. Sir William Monins, knt, of Waldershare, wb* was created a Baronet 20th June, 1611. He tnarnwd twice, but had issue only by his second wife, Jaise, daughter of Roger Twisden, esq. of Roydon, several children, namely,

Edward, his heir.
Thomas, successor to his brother.
John, who m. Mary, daughter and heir of Willi*--
11 union, and had two sons,
Edward, buried at Eythorne in 1647.
William, of Shepperdswell.
Jane.
William, died unm.

Anne, m. to Sir Richard Betenson, hurt. Jane, nt. first to Sir Timothy Thomhill, knt. «e condly to Mathews, thirdly to Swift, and fourtkh to Sir Thomas Peyton, knt. of Knowlton. Sir William died 24th February, 1643; and was *- by his son,

u. Sir Edward Monins, of Waldershare, high ah«

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riff of Kent 21 Cbiri.es I. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Style, of Wateringbury, and by her, who died in 1703, had fire daughters, viz.

Susan, m. in 1673, to Peregrine Bertie, second son of Montague, Earl of Lindsey, and left two daughters, her co-heirs, (who sold Waldershare to Sir Henry Fumese,)

Mary, m. first to Anthony Henley, esq. of
the Grange, Hants, and secondly to the
Hon. Henry Bertie, third son of James,
Earl of Abingdon. By the former she was
mother of

Robert Hrnley, Earl of Northington,
lord high chancellor.
Bridget, m. to John, first Earl Poulet,
Jane, n. to Sir John Knatchbull, bart.
Elizabeth, m. to John, son of Sir Anthony Per-

ceval, knt.
Anne, m. first to Sir Roger Pratt, knt. of Norfolk,

and secondly to Sigismund Trafford, esq. Princes.

Sir Edward died in 1663, and was j. by his brother,

Hi. Sir Thomas Monins, who as. Elizabeth, daughter of James Darell, esq. of Calehill, in Kent, and retct of Robert Bromfield, esq. of Tilmanstone, but died t. p. in 1678, aged seventy-three, when the Baro»ncr became Extinct.

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In the book of Chauntries of Essex, in Walthamstow, a the following entry, without date: "' Lands «xi tenements there put in feoffment by Ceorge Houox, gent, for the maintenance of a priest to sing mass in the church there, during the term of twenty Jem. And one Sir John Hugeson, clerk, of the age "I lotty years, and of good conversation, literate and ■erteth a school there, ys now incumbent thereof. The said town of Walthamstow, is a great town, and suing yn it to the number of three hundred and i«y housely people. The said incumbent celebrateth "the said church of Walthamstow, £7. yerely valew "t the same, doth amount to the som of £6. 13s. Ad. r«t absolute none, goods and chattels none."

!■* Neve begins the pedigree with

Jobs Monox, of Stanford, in Worcestershire, who •eft a Ioq and heir,

Ricbaid Monox, who was father of two sons, "merj, George (Sir), and Richard. The elder,

Sir Georoe Monox, knt. had a grant from HenRy VIII. of the manor of Gowers and Buckerells, in Chinford,in Essex, but those lauds were purchased back from him by the king. He was sheriff of London in loOtf, and lord mayor in 1515. He purchased the manor of Gonalaton, Notts, from Sir William Pierpont, knt. and his arms* were painted on the wall in Gonalston Church. Sir Ceorge died 9th February, 1543, without issue, and his estates went to the heirs of his nephew, Richard, which

Richard Monox left two sons, Thomas and Humphrey. The elder, his heir,

Thomas Monox, died 4th December, 20th Henry VIII. as appears by the Inquisition, dated 27th October, in the next year, seised of lands in London; the manor of Bozunes, in Wotton, Bedfordshire; Gonalston, in Notts, &c. and was s. by his son,

George Monnoux, esq. who was eight years old 30th Henry VUI.t He m. the Hon. Elizabeth Mordaunt, eldest daughter of John,second Lord Mordaunt, and was 5. by his son,

Humphrey Monnoux, esq. of Wotton, in the county of Bedford, who m. Anne, daughter of Edward Waldgrave, esq. of Lawford, in Essex, and left a son and heir,

Lewis Monnoux, esq. of Wotton. This gentleman m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Walsh, esq. of Walderne,in Sussex, and secondly, Jane, daughter of Henry Birch, esq. of Oldcomb, in Somersetshire; by the latter he had no issue; by the former he left a son and heir,

i. Humphrey Monnoux, esq. of Wotton, in the county of Bedford, who was created a Baronet 4th December, 1660. Sir Humphrey m. Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas Wodehouse, bart. of Kimberley, in Norfolk, and had three sons and a daughter, viz. l. Humphrey, his heir.

ll. Lewis, of Sandy, in Bedfordshire, m. Lucy, daughter of Edmund Wodehouse, esq. of East Lexham, in Norfolk, and had issue,

1. Humphrey, who m. Mary, daughter of

Thomas Savage, esq. of Elmley Castle,
Worcestershire,} and had
Philip, who inherited as fifth baronet.

2. Lewis, in holy orders, rector of Sandy,

in Bedfordshire, m. Miss Edwards, and I.ad several children, in. Philip, d. s. p.

I. Blanch, m. to Benjamin St. John, esq. of Cole Orton, in Leicestershire. He was s. at his decease by his eldest son,

Ii. Sir Humphrey Monnoux, who m. Alice, daugh ter of Sir Thomas Cotton, bart. of Connington, in Huntingdonshire, and bad surviving issue, Philip, his successor. Alice, m. to Sir John Cope, bart. Frances, m. first to Sir Edward Gould, knt. of Highgate, Middlesex, and secondly to John Venables, esq. of Woodcote, Hants. Sir Humphrey d. in July, 1685, and was s. by his son, in. Sir Philip Monnoux. This gentleman m. Dorothy, eldest daughter of William Harvey, esq. of Chigwell, in Essex, and dying 25th December, 1707, aged twenty-nine, was s. by his only son, Iv. Sir Humphrey Monnoux, M.P. for Tavistock,

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and afterwards for Stockbridge, who died issueless, 3rd December, 1757, when the Baronetcy reverted to his cousin, (refer to Lewis, second son of the first baronet,)

v. Sir Philip Monnoux, major in the Bedfordshire militia, who served the office of sheriff for that county in 1763. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Ambrose Riddell, esq. of Eversholt, and had, with five daughters,* one Sod,

Philip, his successor. He rf. at the age of sixty-six, 17th April, 1805, and was s. by his son,

vi. Sir Philip Monnoux, who d. unin. 27th February, 180H, and was s. by his kinsman,

vii. Sir Philip Monnoux, in holy orders, who died issueless, 3rd February, IBM, when the Baronetcy Expired.

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In the year 1371,

Hugh Dk Eglintodn, obtained a charter of the lands of Giffeyn, from Robert II. as they had previously fallen by forfeiture to the crown of Scotland, i and those, with other great possessions, passed with his heiress to her husband,

John Dk Montgomery, of Eaglesham, who was s. by his son,

John De Montgomery, of Eglintoun, Ardrossan, &c. who is stated by Douglas, to have bestowed that fine estate upon bis second son,

Robert De Montgomery, who lived in the reigns of James I. and James IT. (inter 1424 and 1400) and who marrying Janet, daughter of Alexander Murray, of Touch Adam, was *. by his son,

Sir Adam Montgomery, of Griffen, who had two sons, between whom he divided his lands, namely, Adam and John. The elder,

Adam Montgomery, designated of Griffen, and living in the times of James V. and Queen Mary, was succeeded there by his eldest son, Adam, while his second son,

Troilus Montgomery, became founder of the family of Macbeth, or Magbie Hill. He m. Janet, daughter of Sir Hugh Montgomery, of Braidstane, and was .*. by his elder Sod,

William Montgomery, Laird of Macbeth Hill, in the county of Peebles, who died s. p. and was s. by his brother,

Andrew Montgomery, ft. in 1508, who n. a daurV ter of Galbraith, of Kilcroich, and had three sow, Rorkrt, his heir; Adam, killed at the battle of Wot center, in 1651; and William, who went to Poland. and died issueless. The eldest son,

Robert Montgomery, succeeded his father in Mirboth Hill. He m. a daughter of Sir James LocUm, of Lee, and had, with two daughters, one the wife ci John Rowat, the other of J. Hamilton, of Xewtoa, three sons, viz.

William, his heir.
James, if. s.p.

Hugh, who married and had three sons.
He was s. by his eldest son,

William Montgomery, of Macbeth Hill, who a. Miss Peter, only daughter and heiress of John Peter, of Whiteslead, and had two son*, Willia*, his heir, and James, who rf. *. p. with four daughters, nanied respectively to Alexander Macleod, William Tbyaw, James I're, of Shirgarton, and Capt. Robert Teher. The elder son,

William Montgomery, of Macbeth Hill, w- > daughter of John Hooks, of Gaunt, and was f. by bit eldest son,

William Montgomery, of Macbeth, or Marir Hill, who m. Barbara, daughter of Robert Rnthetuti. esq. of Bowland, and had two sons, i. William, his heir.

Ii. James, of Stanhope, lord chief baron of the F.v

chequer, in Scotland, M.P. for PeeUlrshir'.

created a Baronet in 1801. {Refer to Bun»

Peerage and Baronetage.)

He rf. in 1763, in the eighty-sixth year of his age, isi

was *. by his elder son,

i. William Montgomery, esq. of Magbie H31.ii the county of Peebles, who was created a Bisoitn , 28th May, 1774. Sir William m. first, Hannah.daagb- J ter and co-heir of Alexander Tomkins, esq. of u* county of Londonderry, and by that lady had war. William Styre, an officer in the army, whs die* of wounds received in battle, in America, at tia age of nineteen. Elisabeth, m. 3rd July. 1773, to Luke Carfoff. I Viscount Mounrjoy, in Ireland, and dying •& i November, 1763, left, with other issue, Charles-john, second Lord Moantjoy, »j»' was created Earl of Blessington, and died m IS21>, (when his honours expired) luring two daughters, Harriet-anne-frances, m. in IWT, ta .

Count Alfred D'Omj.
Mary.
Barbara, Hi. in 1774, to the Right Hon. John Be-!

resford, (his second wife}. Anne, m. to George, first Marquess Towntrss. (his lordship's second wife). He wedded, secondly, in 1761, Anne, daughter <> Henry Watt, esq. of Mount l^ewis, in Ireland, acd had two other sons and three daughters, vis. George, his heir. Robert, col. »th regiment of foot, killed in a d<**

by Capt. Macnamara, 6th April, 1603. Jean, in. to William Reynell, esq. of Castle Rey

in 11, in Westmeath. Harriet, m. to George Byng, esq. of Wnxhua Park, M. P. for Middlesex.

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Roger Moors, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of — Hall, of Bradford, and had issue,

Richard Moore, who by his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of William Brocas, esq. of Beaupre, Hants, had two sons,

Richard, his heir.

George, m. Isabella Gore, and had a son,

Edward, whose son and heir,

Edward, of the county of Wilts, m. Eleanor,
daughter of Reynolds, of Trowbridge, and
had a son,
John Moore,of Ewell,whom. Agnes,daugh-
ter of Henry Bartlet, and left issue.

The elder son,

Richard Moure, esq. of Burfield, in the county of Berks, m. Catherine Arlott, and had issue,

John, who inherited Burfield, and was twenty-two years of age at the decease of his father, //*. Elizabeth Wittingstall, and left an only daughter and heiress,

Elizabeth Moorb, m. to John Mahew, esq.

Elizabeth, m. to Sir John Williams, of Thame, in the county of Oxford, and had issue.

Sir Reginald Williams, who left an only
daughter and heir,

Elizabeth, m. to Laurence Lovett, esq. of
Liscombe, Bucks.

John Williams, who was created by Queen
Mary, Lord Williams, of Thame. (See
Burke's Extinct Peerage.)

Isabella, m. to John D'Oyley, esq. Christian, m. to Henry Wilkins, esq. Matilda, in. to Robert Lechingham, esq. of Buckinghamshire. Alice, /«. to John Ralphe, esq. Anne. Beside these children, Richard Moore is stated to have had a younger son, named after himself, viz. Richard Moorb, who was father of William Moorb, esq. who m. a daughter of Hildesly, oi' Hildesly, and left a son and heir,

Edward Moorb, esq. who died in the first year of Elizabeth, leaving by Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Hall, of Tilehurst, in Berks,

Sir Francis Moore, knt. an eminent person in the time of Elizabeth, of whom the following details are given by Anthony Wood. "He was born at East Hildersly, or Uderley, near Wantage, in Berks, educated in Grammar learning at Reading, entered a Commoner in St. John's College, Oxford, 1571, or thereabouts, continued there till near Batchelor's Standing, and then he retired to the Middle Temple, where after severe encounters had with the crabbed parts of the municipal laws, he became a Barrister, and noted for his great proficiency in his profession, and integrity in his dealings. Iu the latter end of Queen Elizabeth, and beginning of King James, he was several times elected a Burgess, to sit in Parliament, in which he was a frequent speaker; afterwards he was Counsellor, and Under Steward for several years to the University of Oxford; the members of which conferred upon him the degree of Master of Arts, in 1012. Two years alter, he was made Serjeant-at-law, and in 1016, March 17, received the honor of Knighthood at Theobalds, from his Majesty, King James I. After his death some of his Works were published, which bear these titles,

Cases collected and reported from the original in French, that then (1663) remained iu the hands of Sir Jeffrey Palmer, Attorney General to King Charles* the '2nd, which is the same, as I take it, written fairly with the Author's hand in fol. that was lately in the library of Arthur, Earl of Anglesey.

His learned reading 4 James 1st, in the Middle Temple Hall, concerning Charitable Uses, abridged by himself. London, 1670, fol. published by George Duke, of the Inner Temple, Esq.

Our Author, F. Moore, was a member of that parliament, as it seems, wherein the Statute concerning Charitable Uses was made, and was, as 'tis farther added, the penner thereof. At length paying the last debt to nature on the 20th November, 1621, aged 63, was buried in a Vault under the Church at Great Fawley,near to Wantage, before mentioned, in which Vault his posterity (who are Baronets, living in that parish) have been since, and are hitherto interred, as I have been instructed by his grandson, Sir Henry Moore, Bart." So far Anthony Wood—further may be stated that Sir Francis wi- Anne, daughter of William Twitty, esq. of Boreham, in Essex, and had issue,

l. Francis, d. at Lyons, unm. it. Henry, aged twenty-one in 1617. In. William, in. to Mrs. Blount, and left a son,

Francis, who m. Mary, daughter of Edward Cary, esq. of Torr Abbey, l. Margaret, m. to Sir Jeffrey Palmer, knt. attorney-general to King Charles II. ii. Anne, m. to John Jemingham, esq. eldest son of Sir Henry Jemingham, first baronet of Cossy Hall, in Norfolk, and was mother of Sir Henry Jemingham, the second baronet, in. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Richard Blount, of Maple

Durham, in the county of Oxford, iv. Dorothy, d. unm.

The eldest surviving son and heir,

Henry Moore, esq. of Fawley, in the county of Berks, was created a Baronet 21st May, 16*7. He tn. Elizabeth, daughter of William Beverley, esq. of Kenoe, in the county of Bedford, and had issue,

Henry, his successor.

St. John (Sir), who m. Miss Pooley, and had several children, who all d. *. /'.

Anne, m. to Sir Matthew Hale, knt. lord chief justice of England.

Elizabeth, m. to Sir Seymour Pile, bart- of Ox-
ford, in Wilts.

Frances, m. to Gabriel Pile, esq. of Okemarah, in
Berkshire.

Margaret, n. to William Dnckett, esq.

Sir Henry d. about the year 163d, and was s. by his eldest son,

ii. Sir Henry Moore, who wedded, first, Judith, daughter of Mr. Alderman Campbell, of Loudon, and by her had one daughter, Judith, who d. young. He wi. secondly, Mary, daughter of William Hitchcock, esq. of Knitely, in the county of Bucks, by whom he had

Francis, who m. Frances, daughter and sole heir of Alexander Jermin, esq. of Cordington, in Sussex, and left, at his decease in his father's lifetime,

Richard, successor to his grandfather. Henry, twin with his elder brother, d. unm. 3th June, 1734.

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Francis.

Catherine,
Anne,
Dorothy,
Mary,

William, m. Anne, daughter of Henry Well*, e**
of Brambridge, Hants.

He rf. about 1690, and was s. by his grandson,

in. Sir Richard Moore, who at. Anastasia. tUagb ter and co-heir * of John Aylward, esq. of London, --^i had eight sons and six daughters, viz. i. Francis, d. an infant. Ii. Richard, his successor, in. John, heir to bis brother. iv. Francis, d. young. v. James, \ rf vi. Henry, J * TM" vii. Thomas, heir to his brother John, vi ii. William.

i. Frances, m. to Richard Harcourt, of LoosVs,

merchant, and d. «. p. ii. Mary, in. Helena, iv. Anastasia. v. Elizabeth. vi. Anne.

He (I. 10th December, 1737, and was s. by his *\i*"> surviving son,

iv. Sir Richard Moore, who d. unm. 15th Jan-, 1738, and was 5. by his brother,

v. Sir John Moore, who sold the manor of Frrk? in 1765, to the Vansittarts, from whom it was par chased in 1778, by Bartholomew Tipping, esq. wbost niece and heir, Mary-Anne, m. the Rev. Philip Wroafbton. Sir John d. s. p. 25th August, 1790, and is s. by his brother,

vi. Sir Thomas Moore, who d. issueless iota April. 1807, when the Baronetcy Expired.

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MOORE, OF JAMAICA.

Created 26th Jan. 1764.—Extinct 16th Jan. 17»

lineage.

John Moore, settled in the reign of Charles II at Barbadoes, and was possessed of considerable property in that island, with which he removed t» Jamaica, and fixing there, married Elizabeth, dauffetrr of Colonel Smart, and had two sons and two daughters. The elder son, John, died without issue. TU younger,

Samuel Moore, esq. m. Elizabeth Lowe, sister utd co-heir of Samuel Lowe, esq. of Goadbj, in the countv of Leicester, and left an only surviving son and her, i. Henry Moore, esq. who was constituted lieutenant-governor of Jamaica, and was commanderia chief there for several years. On his return he *u created a Baronet 26th January, 1764, and in the July of the following year, appointed governor <rf the province of New York, where be resided untD bis death. Sir Henry m. Catharina-Maria, eldest daarb

Mary Ayi.ward, the other co-heir, m. Charles Howard, son of the Hononrable Charles Howard, Sob ef Henry Frederick, Earl of Arundel, and w«* mother of

Charlee, tenth Duke of Norfolk.

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