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Margery, m. to Thomas Clench, esq. son and heir of Mr. Justice Clench, of the court of King's Bench. Thomasine, m. to Sir Robert Gardiner, knt. of the county of Suffolk, lord deputy of Ireland. He wedded, secondly, Anne, daughter of Mr. Alderman Herdson, of London, and widow of George Stoddart, esq. by whom he had another daughter, Abigail, m. to Sir Edward Waterhouse, knt. of Halifax, in the county of York. He was s. at his decease by his eldest son,

Sir Robert Barker, M.P. for Ipswich 35th ElizaBeth, who was made a Knight Op The Bath at the coronation of King James I. (1603). This gentleman fixed the seat of the family at Grimston Hall, in the parish of Trinley St. Martin, eight miles south-east from Ipswich, whither he removed. He m. first, Judith, daughter of George Stoddard, esq. of Nottingham, in Kent, and by her had John, his heir. Robert, who d. *. p.

Anne, m. to Sir Arthur Jcnney, knt. of Knotis hall. Sir Robert wedded, secondly, Susanna, daughter of Sir John Crofts, knt. of Saxham, in Suffolk, by whom he had

Thomas (Sir), heir of his mother, was of Besford, in the county of Suffolk, and marrying Penelope, daughter of Sir John Tasborough, knt. of the same shire, had several children. Edward, m. first, Mary, daughter and sole heir of Edward Wigmore, esq. of Twickenham, and widow of Sir Thomas Holland, knt. of Quiddenham, in Norfolk; and, secondly, a daughter of James Pooley, esq. of Boxted. William, an alderman of London, from whom the Barkers, of Bocking Hall. The eldest son and heir,

1. John Barkkr, esq. of Grimston Hall, in the county of Suffolk, was created a Baronbt by King James I. on the 17th March, 1031. He m. Frances, daughter of Sir John Jenny, knt. of Bright well, in Suffolk, and had three sons, John, his successor. Thomas, m. a daughter of Sir Dudley Carleton,

knt. of Imber Court, in Surrey. Robert, d. s. p. Sir John d. in 1652, and was $. by his eldest son,

n. Sir John Barker, of Grimston Hall, who wedded Winifrid, daughter of Sir Philip Parker, knt. of Arwarton, in Suffolk, and left at his decease, in 1664, three sons, via. Jeruy, his heir. John, successor to his brother. Robert, who m. a daughter of Robert Marriot, esq. of Bradfield, and had two sons and five daughters: the sons both fell in the service of Queen Anne, one a naval officer, the other in the army. The eldest son and heir,

in. Sir Jermy Barker, died unmarried about the year 1665, and was s. by his brother,

iv. Sir John Barker. This gentleman wedded Bridget, daughter of Sir Nicholas Bacon, K. B. of Shrubland, and had a son and daughter, namely, William, his successor.

Grace, m. to Philip Bacon, esq. of Ipswich, grandson of Sir N. Bacon, of Shrubland. Sir John returned back to Ipswich, and again made that the place of abode of the family. He represented the borough in several parliaments, in the reigns of Charijcs II., James II., and William and Mary. He d. in 1606, and was s. by his son,

v. Sir William Barkkr, who m. first, Mary, only daughter of John Bcnce, esq. of Heveningham, in

Suffolk, and by her, who d. 1st January, 1715-16, had an only child, John, his successor. He wedd*-d, secondly, 9th February, 1731, Anne, relict of Edward Spencer, esq. of Rendlesham, in Suffolk, but had no issue by that lady. Sir William sat in parliament for Ipswich in the reign of Queen Anne, and he was one of the knights of the shire for Suffolk, in the reigns of Georrb I. and of Georgk II. He rf. 23tu July, 1731, and was *. by his son,

vi. Sir John Barker. This gentleman m. 38th October, 1741, Alice, only daughter of Sir Comport Fytch, bart, of Mount Marksall, in Kent, and heir of her brother, Sir William, who died a minor in 1736, by this lady he had

John-fytch, his heir, 6. 25th July, 1741. He d. 7th June, 1757, and was s. by his son,

vn. Sir John-fytch Barker, who m. Lucy, daughter of Sir Richard Lloyd, of Hintlesham, in Suffolk, but d. s. p. 3rd January, 1766, when the Bakoketcy became Extinct.

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Created 9th Sept. 1663.—Exmrkd in 1706.


Baldwin Barker, who died in 1603, married two wiv.-.s : by the first wife he had a large family, and by the second, Elisabeth Taylor, he had two aons, namely,

Abkl, his heir.

Samuel, of South Luffenham, who m. Dorothy Dixey, and was father of Samuel, who m. Elizabeth Wildbore, widow of— Chaloner, esq. of Duffield, and. died in 1676, when he was $. by his son, Augaatin, of South Luffenham, who at. Thomasin Tryst, of Maidford, Northamptonshire, and d. in 1689, leaving a son, Samuel, 6. in 1686, who m. in 1717, Sarah, daughter of the Rev. William Whist on, well known to the philosophers and controversialists of his time, and dying in 1759, was *, by his son, Thomas, 6. in 1722, who m. in 1751, Anne, daughter of John White, esq. of Salborn. Hants, and dying in 1809, left (with four daughters, Sarah, m. to Edward Brown, esq. of Walcot, Anne, Mary, and Elizabeth, who all died unmarried), a son, Samuel, of Lyndon, in Rutlandshire, b. 21<t January, 1757, who served the office of barn sheriff for that county in 1815. He »- 7th October, 1786, Mary, daughter of the Rer. George Haggitt, rector of Rushton, Northamptonshire, and had one son and two daughters, viz. Thomas, who d. in 1802, aged nine years. Mary. Anne. The elder son,

Abkl Barker, esq. of Hambleton, in the county of Rutland, m. Elizabeth Wright, and was s. by his son, i. Aiirl Barker, esq. of Hambleton, 6. in 1618, who was created a Baronet 9th September, 1665. He a. first, Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Burton, bart. of Stokerston, in Leicestershire; and, secondly, Mary, daughter of Alexander Noel, esq. of Whitwell, in Rutlandshire. By the latter he had no issue, but by the former he had a son, Thomas, his heir. Sir Abel purchased the estate of London, in the county of Rutland, soon after the Restoration, and erected the present mansion, which was completed in 1675. He d. in September, lfi79, and was s. by his son,

II. Sir Thomas Barker,of Hambleton and Lyndon, who rf. issueless in 1708, when the Baronetcy became extinct, and the estate passed to the descendants of bu grand-uncle, Samuel Barber, of South Luffen

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Created 49th Mar. 1678.—Extinct 22nd Oct. 1818.


Sir Rorert H Irkkr, K. B. of Grimston Hall, in the county of Suffolk, married for his second wife Susanna, daughter of Sir John Crofts, of Saxham, and body 1..t had three sons, viz.

Thomas (Sir), who became heir to his mother, and Mas of Besford, in Suffolk. He m. Penelope, daughter of Sir John Tasborough, knt. and had several childrenEdward, m. first, Mary, daughter and sole heir of Sir Edward Wigroore, knt. of Twickenham, and widow of Sir Thomas Holland, knt. of Quiddenltam, in Norfolk and, secondly, a daughter of James Pooley, esq. of Boxted. William. The youngest son,

William mt, esq- who was an alderman of London, m. Martha, daughter of William Turner, of Hiehworth. Wilts, and of London, merchant (relict of Daniel Williams, also a merchant of London), by whom he left a son and heir,

i. William Barkf.r, esq. of Bocking Hall, in the county of Essex, who was created a Baronet by King Charles II. 29th March, 1076. He m. Elizabeth, sixteenth child of Sir Jerome Alexander, knt. one of the" judges of the court of Common Pleas in Ireland, by whom he acquired an estate of 15001. per annum, and bad uuue,

William, his successor.
Jerome, d. unmarried.

Robert, of Everley, in Wiltshire, who m. a daughter and one of the co-heirs of Samuel Keck, esq. of the Middle Temple. Sir William died in Ireland, and was J. by his eldest son,

Ii. Sir William Bareer, of Bocking Hall. This gentleman n. Catherine-Teresa, daughter and co-heir of Samuel Beck, esq. of the Middle Temple, and had issue,

William, his heir.



Eleanor, m. to Thomas Yokes, esq. barrister-at

He d. 5th May, 1740, and was $. by his eldest son,

Iil Sir William Bareer of Bocking Hall,and KilcooUry Abbey. This gentleman wedded Mary,daughter of Valentine Quin, Esq. of Adare, in the county of Limerick, and had issue, i. William, his heir.

i. Mary, who m. first, Chambre-Brabazon Pon-
sonby. Esq., grandson of the first Viscount
Besborough, and had issue,
1. Chambre-Brabazon Ponsonby, of Kilcoolej

Abbey, in the county of Tipperary, who
assumed the additional surname of
Barkkk- He in. in 1791, Lady Henrietta
Taylor, eldest daughter of Thomas, first
Earl of Bective, and dying in 1834, left,
with other issue, a son, the present
William-ponsonby Barker, Esq. of
Kilcooley Abbey.

2. Frances, widow of George Lowther, Esq.

3. Sarah, d. at Llangollen, 8th Dec., 1831. Mrs. Ponsonby wedded, secondly, Sir Robert Staples, Bart., of Dunmore, and had a son, Robert, and a daughter, Anne-Maria, m. to Ralph Smyth, esq. of Gaybrook.

Ii. Hannah-Maria, m. to Eland Messoin, Esq. Sir William d. 20 March, 1770, and was *. by his son,

iv. Sir William Barker, of Bocking Hall, who in. Miss Lane, only daughter and heiress of William Lane, esq. of Dublin, but dying without issue, 22d October, 1818, the Baronetcy expired, while the estates devolved on his nephew, Charles-Brabazon Ponsonby, sq., father of the present Mr. Ponsonby Barker, of Kilcooley Abbey.

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Created 24th Mar. 1781.—Extinct 14th Sept. 1789.


i. Sir Robert Barker, knt. M.P. for the borough of Walliugford, and a general officer in the East Indies, where he performed eminent service as commander in chief of the artillery at the capture of Manila in October, 1762, was created a Baronet 24th March, 1781. He purchased of the widow of PhilipCarteret Webb, esq. the estate of Bushbridge, in Surrey, and was thence designated. He m. in September, 1779, Ann, daughter of Brabazon Hallows, esq. of Glapwell, in Derbyahire, but had no issue.

Sir Robert rf. 14th September, 1789, and was buried at Hammersmith, when the Baronetcy became ExTinct. In 1701, the estate of Bushbridge was sold, under a decree of chancery, to Nathaniel Webb, esq. but he subsequently sold it to Henry-Hare Townsend, esq.


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i. Sir Edward Barkham, of Wainflete, in Lincoln shire, received shortly after the restoration of Charles II. the dignity of Baronet. He m. Anne, daughter and heir of Sir Robert Lee, of Billerslcc, in Warwickshire, and was father of

li. Sin Robert Barkham,of Wainflete, who m. the daughter of — Jefl'ry, of Wygtoft, in Lincolnshire, anil d. about the year 1701, was s. by his son,

lit. Sir Edward Barkham, of Wainflete, who m. Mary, daughter and heir of John Wolley, of Alford, in Lincolnshire, and d. .s. p. I3th February, 1711, the Baronetcy became Extinct.

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caret, daughter of Robert Gamble, esq. and his son and heir,

Henry Barlow, esq., wedded Anne, daughter of Sir Rowland Shirwood, knt. and was s. by his son,

Richard Barlow, esq. who m. the daughter of Sir John Townley, knt. and left a son and heir,

John Barlow, esq. who wedded Maryan, daughter of Sir Thomas Sherbum, knt. and was s. by his son.

Sir Thomas Barlow, knt. This gentleman m. Anne, daughter of Sir William Stanwidge, knt. and had a son and heir,

Sir John Barlow, knt. who m. Anne, daughter of Sir Ralph Langford, knt. by whom he had a daughter. Margaret, m. to Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby, and a son and heir.

Sir Thomas Barlow, knt. who wedded, according to Thoresby,* Christian, daughter of Edward Barley, esq. of Barley, in the county of Hertford, and had several children. His second son,

Thomas Barlow, esq. m. Margaret, daughter and heir of John Trussel, esq. and had a son,

John Barlow, esq. This gentleman m. Christian, daughter of Edward Barley, esq. of Barley, and had four sons and a daughter, who were thrown upon the world almost destitute, owing to the political misfortunes of their father. In the time of Henry VII. Mr. Barlow was committed close prisoner to the Tower, for harbouring at Barlow his brother-in-law Barley, and Sir Robert Clifford, who had married his wife's sister, the night before their departure for the court of Margaret, Duchess of Burgundy, and his whole estate being wrested from him was conferred upon Vere, Earl of Oxford, then recently created lord high chamberlain of England, while he himself was detained in prison until he fully and legally ratified the transfer, getting free at last, but with difficulty, from the penalties of high treason. Of his children,

Thomas, became a secular priest, and was made chaplain to Quern Anne Boletne.

Rockr, we shall treat of presently.

John, was a student at Oxford, and fellow of
Magdalen College.

William, also of Oxford, and a fellow of Magda-
len, was a canon regular and prior of Biaham:
in the 27th Henrt VIII. he was constituted
Bishop of St. Asaph, and two months afterward
translated to St. David's. In the 2nd Edward
VI. (1547) he was translated to Bath and Wells,
but in the 1st of Mary (1553) he was deprived
and forced to fly the realm, and remained in
exile until the accession of Elizabeth, when
he was appointed Bishop of Chichester, and wa»
the principal bishop of the four at the consecra-
tion of Archbishop Parker. He was the first
Protestant bishop in England. He in. Agatha,
daughter of John Wellesborne, esq. and had,
with several sons, five daughters, t who all be-
came the wives of bishops, namely,

Anne, of Herbert Westfaling, Bishop of Hereford.

Elizabeth, of William Day, Bishop of Win-

Margaret, of William Overton, Bishop of
Lichfield and Coventry.

Frances, of Tobias Matthews,; Archbishop of

X Toby Matthews, Archbishop ot York, was a great favouriie of (Jin-en Elizabeth and King James I., and nn able and indefatigable preacher, who kept an account of all the sermons he preached, bv which it appears he preached, while Dean nf Dnrhun, 731; whilst Bishop of Durham, 550, and whilst Archbishop of Hrk, 721— in all, 1002 sermons.

Axtoniha, of W. \\ tckhara, BisLop of Lincoln. Bi>hop Barlow rf. in 15<i9, and was interred in his own cathedral of Chichester. Elizabeth, went ;is a companion with the Countess of Oxford into Scotland, and Whs maid of honour to Mary Queen of Scots: she m. first, Alexander, Lord Elphinstone; and, secondly, Lord Drummond, and was mother of the succeeding Lords Elphinstone and Drummond. The second son,

Roger Barlow, esq. on his father's commitment to the Tower, went over to Spain, and was employed, at the recommendation of the Duke of Modena, by the Emperor Charles V. for the discovery of Peru; but baring communicated his discovery to the English ambassador at Madrid, Sir Thomas Boleyne, he was ordered hy his own sovereign, King Henry VIII., to return home, with a promise of preferment. He was afterwards appointed vice-admiral to Lord Seymour, and but for the death of the king, was to have undertaken the discovery of a north passage to the East Indies with three of his highuess's ships from Milford Haven. This Roger was the first of the family who came into Pembrokeshire, and purchased an estate from the crown. He tn. Julian, daughter and co-heir of Kees Daws, of Bristol, and was s. by his son,

John Barlow, esq. of Slebetch, in the county of Pembroke, who wedded Elizabeth, daughter of John Fisher, esq. and had a son and heir,

George Barlow, esq. who wedded Anne Vernon, niece of VLvount Hereford, and was s. by his son,

John Barlow, esq. of Slebetch, known as " Colonel Barlow," from holding that commission in the royalist army during the great rebellion. Colonel Barlow marched at the head of his corps, chiefly composed of bis own tenantry, to the relief of the Marquess of Worcester at Kagland Castle, but his followers having been nearly cut to pieces, he was himself forced to abscond for several years, when his estates were conferred upon Cromwell's favourites, and his library, with a valuable collection of manuscripts, burnt at Slebetch. by Colonel Horton, one of Cromwell's officers. This gentleman had six sons and three daugh tew, viz.

G Kotos, his successor.

William, served for the Venetians against the
Turk*, and returned to England after the Res-

Charles, 1 entered the Venetian service with their
Thomas, J brother William,'and fell in it.
Anne, m. to Lewis Wogan, esq. of Weston Castle.

_' \ lady abbesses in France.

Colonel Barlow was t. by his eldest son,

George BmiJiw, esq. of Slel>etcht who m. Joan, dtoghter and co-heir of David Lloyd, esq. of KilyKeithed, in Pembrokeshire, and had issue, John, bis successor.

William, who was introduced into the court of Chirle* II., and on the king's death was made captain of horse in Lord Peterborough's regiment; before King James's abdication he had attained the rank of colonel, and accompanied that monarch in his retirement. On his majesty's death he returned, and lived and died in Pembrokeshire in great esteem. , m. to Sir Herbert Perrot, knt. of Wellington, Herts. He vu j. by his elder son,

i. John Barlow, esq. of Slebetch, in the county of Pembroke, who was created a Baronet by King Cuablcs II. 13th July, 1677. He m. first, Beatrice,

•Uuehter and erentuully heir of Sir John Lloyd, hart. ut' Forrest, in Carmarthenshire, and had two daughters, viz.

Beatrice, m. first, to Sir Anthony Rudd, barf.;

and, secondly, to Griflith Lloyd, esq. Anne, rf. unmarried. Sir John wedded, secondly, Catherine, daughter of Christopher Middleton, esq. of Middleton Hall, in the county of Carmarthen, and by that lady had three sons, viz.

George, his successor.

John, m. first, Anne, daughter of Simon, Viscount Harcourt, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, and had a sou, George, who wedded Anne, daughter of — Blundell, esq. of Haverfordwest. Mr- John Barlow m. secondly, Anne, daughter of Richard Skrine, esq. and left by her a daughter, Anne. He d. in November, 1731). William. He d. about the year 1695, and was .*. by his eldest son,

Ii. Sir George Barlow, who m. Winifred, daughter of George Heneage, esq. of Hainton, in the county of Lincoln, and had an only son, George. Sir Georp,e made over a great purt of his eBtate to his brother, John Barlow, esq. He was s. at his decease by his son,

in. Sir George Barlow. This gentleman died in Prance without issue, when the Baronetcy became Extinct. Administration to his effects was taken out in 1773.

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This was one of the most ancient families of the equestrian order in the kingdom, having flourished iu a direct line for twenty-seven generations at least, i'he name was assumed from the town of Barnarston or Barnston, contiguous to Ketton, of which the Burnardistons were proprietors from the Conquest.

By marrying the heiress of Willoughby, in the time of Edward II., the family obtained the noble manor of Great Cotes, in the county of Lincoln, which they held for several centuries.

Ketton Hall, or Kedyton Hall, they acquired with the heiress of the family of Newmarch, which surname it appears they adopted and anciently bore, in conjunction with that of Barnardiston, as exhibited on the monument of Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Barnardiston, the wife of Sir Hugh Everard, in the church of Great Waltham, Essex. She died in 1600.

The estate of the Barnardistones amounted, in the time of Elizabeth, to 4000/. per annum.

Lb Neve, in his MSS. begins the pedigree with

Roger Barnardiston, who m. the daughter and heir of Havering, and was father of

Sir Thomas Barnardiston, who wedded the daughter and co-heir ot" Sir William Franke, knt. of Grimsby, in the county of Lincoln," and left a (ton,

Rogkr Barnardiston, father by his wife Isabel, relict of William Koike, of Beverley, of

Thomas Barnardiston, who m. Alice, daughter of Henry Vavasor, of Haselwood, in the county of York, and left a son and heir,

Thomas Barnardiston, who wedded a daughter of Sir Tho-nas Waterton, knt. and was s. by his son.

Sir Thomas Barnardiston, knt. of Kedington,or Ketton, in Suffolk, who Ot. Elizabeth, daughter of Roger Newport, of Pelham, in Hertfordshire, by whom he had seven sons and seven daught- rs. In Kedington church, in the south window, there in to be seen, says Weaver, " a Barnardiston, kneeling, in his corapleat armour, his coat armour on bin breast, and behind him seven sons. In the next pane of the glass is Elizabeth, the daughter of Newport, kneeling, with her coat armour likewise on her breast, and seven daughters behind her, and under it is thus written, now much defaced:

1 Orate pro Anirnabus Thome Barnardiston, MUitis, et Etizabethe, uxor is ejus, (|iii islam Fenestram fieri fecerunt, anno Domini Mccccc . . . Anima . . . Deus, Amen.'

Over against the said south window, under the second arch of the said south side of the church, is the monument of the said Sir Thomas Barnardiston, in stone, at length, in his compleat armour, and the said Dame Elizabeth his wife by him: and in a table of stone, under their coat armours, this epitaph or inscription:

• This is the monument of Sir Thomas Barnardiston, knight, beying buryd in Cotys, in the countie of Lincolne, and of Dame Elizabeth, his Wytfe, buryd under this Tombe: whych Sir Thomas, by his last will, gave certen Londis in the Towne callyd Brokholcs, of the yerly value of vii raarkis, towards the maintenens of a chantrie, in this church: and the M id Dame Elisabeth, aftyr hisDeth, optened lycens to amortyse the seid Chantrie, perpetually, and made the possession thereof, to the yerly value of xii mark is, and besyds buylt the church roif new, and coveryd it with Lede. Whycii Dame Elisabeth, died the — day of — Anno Domini Mcccccxx.' '*

The son and heir of Sir Thomas, by Elizabeth Newport, another

Sir Thomas Barnardiston, knt. m. Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Lucas, of Sax ham, in Suffolk, and was j. by his son,

Sir Thomas Barnardiston, knt. who wedded Mary, second daughter of Sir Edward Walsingham, knt. of Scadbury, in Kent, lieutenant of the Tower, by whom he left his successor,

Sir Thomas Barnardiston, knt. who m. first, Elizabeth ,+ daughter of Thomas Hanchet, esq. of Hertfordshire, and by her had a son, Thomas (Sir), his heir. He wedded, secondly, Anne, daughter of — Bygrave, esq. of Hertfordshire, and had another son, Giles, of Clare, in Suffolk, who left issue by his wife, Philippa, daughter of Sir William Waldgrave, knt. of Smallbridge. Sir Thomas d. 23rd December, 1619, and was s. by his elder son,

Sir Thomas Barnardiston, knt. of With am, Essex, who m. first. Mary, daughter of Sir Richard Knightley, knt. of Fawsley, in the county of Northampton, and had Imjuc

Nathaniel (Sir), his heir.

Thomas, ancestor of the Barnardistons, of Bury,
of which Mr. Serjeant Barnardiston was the
lineal descendant and heir male.
Arthur, m. Anne, daughter of James Harvey, esq.
of Debdeu, in Suffolk, and relict of Sir Roger
Thornton, knt. of Snailawell, in Cambridge-

Thomas, m. first, Mary, daughter of Henry Aus-
tin, of London, and had a daughter,
Margaret, m. to Richard Poulter.
He wedded, secondly, a daughter of Henry Pol-
sted, and left by her.
Thomas, who m. a daughter of John Clark.

William, a Turkey merchant.
A daughter, m. to Sir William Fish, knt.
Hannah, ///. to Sir John Brograve, knt. of HameU,
in the county of Hertford.
He wedded, secondly, Catherine, daughter of Thomas
Banks, esq. of London, but by that lady had no issue.
She died 3rd March, 1632. Sir Thomas was s. at his
decease by his eldest son,

Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston, knt. of Ketton, who was five times knight of the shire for the county of Suffolk, and sat once for Sudbury, in the same county. He wt. Jane, daughter of Sir Peter Soame, knt. lord mayor of London, and by her had seven sons and two daughters, viz.

Thomas, his successor.

Nathaniel, ot Hackney, in the county of Middle-
sex, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Ba-
con, esq. of Friston,? in Suffolk, and had
Samuel, who inherited the Baronetcy of
Brightwell from his uncle, Sir Samuel Bar-
Nardiston, of Brightwell Hall, and d. s. p.
in 1712.
Pklktiii Ah , successor to his brother, and third

baronet of Brightwell.
Jane, m. to Robert, son and heir of Mr. Alder-
man Man, of Norwich.
Elizabeth, m. to Samuel Blackerby, esq. of
Gray's Inn.
Samcrl, of Brightwell Hall, created a Baroket
11th May, 1663, with remainder, default of male
issue, to his «elder brother Nathaniel Barnar-
diston, esq. of Hackney, and his heirs, default
of which, to his younger brother, Pelethiah Bar-
nardiston, of Hackney, merchant, and bis heirs
male. (See Barnardiston, of Brightwell).
Pelethiah, of Hackney, merchant, m. a daughter
of Richard Tumor, esq. of Totteridge, in Hert-
fordshire, and sister of Sir William Tumor, knt.
of Bromley, and had a son,

Nathaniel, who succeeded to the baronetcy of Brightwell at the decease of his cousin, Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston, in 1712.

* By a daughter and co-heir of Sir Marmadukc Tunstall, knt.

t On the north side of Kediugton Church, is a very fair monument or tomb, with the portraiture of Sir Thomas Barnardiston, and his lady EHzibeth. In the second window of the north side of the church, is to be seen a Barnardiston kneeling, in his complete armour, and his coat-armour on his breast, and upon both his shoulders; the writing nnder him is wholly perished: over him is written—non peccata nostra—nobis— This seems to be very ancient.

t The eventual heiress of the Bacons of Frtstoo married Dr. Hugh, and had three daughter?, vis.

Mary, d. nnmarried.

Anna-Maria, m. to the Ht. Hon. Edward Hopkin», and thence descends the present General NortheyHopkins, of Oving.

Charlotte, m. to Richard Luther, esq. great-grandfather of Dr. Taylor, of Clifton.

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