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Anne,«. to John Walcote, esq. of Walcote, in the

county of Salop. Catherine, m. first, to Brereton Bourchier, esq. of Barnsley Court, in the county of Gloucester, and secondly, to Henry Ferret, esq. of North Leigh, in the county of Oxford. His lordship d. in 1711, and was s. hy his eldest son, IT. James Brydges, ninth baron, who, upon the accession of Aing GtORCK I. was created, by letters patent, dated Itith October, 1714, Viscount Jl'ilton, and Eirl or Caernarvon, with a collateral remainder to the issue male of his father; and in the November following, a patent passed the great seal, granting to his lordship and his two sons, John and Henry, the reTersion of the office of clerk of the hanaper in chancery. In 1719, on the 30th April, his lordship was adranced to the Marquisate of Caernarvon, and Dicedox or Chandos, and he acquired by his magnificence the appellation of the princely Chandos. He espoused first,'2Mb February, 1690-7, Mary, only surviving daughter of Sir Thomas Lake, of Cannons, in the county of Middlesex, by whom he had two surriving sons,

Jon\, Marquess of Caernarvon, m. in 1724, LadyCatharine Talmache, daughter of Lionel, Earl of Dysart, by whom he had issue, Catherine, Jw. first, to William Berkeley Lyon, esq. of the horse guards, and secondly, to Edwin Francis Stanhope, esq. by whom she was grandmother of the present Sir Edwyn Francis Scl'damohe Stanhope, bart. Jane, (a posthumous child,) m. to James Brydges, esq. of Pinner. Lord Caernarvon d. 8th April, 1727. HxMT,Marquess of Caernarvon, after the decease of bis brother. Hi* grace m. secondly, Cassandra, daughter of Francis Willnughby, esq. and sister of Thomas Willoughby, I■ >i-'l Afiddleton ; and thirdly, Lydia Catherine Van Hatteu, widow of Sir Thomas Davall, knt. but had no Muc by either of these ladies. He d. at his noble •est of Cannons,* Oth August, 1744, and was s. by his only surviving son,

*■ Hekry Brydges, second duke, who m. in 1728, Vary, eldest daughter and co-heir of Charles, Lord Brace, only son and heir apparent of Thomas, Earl of Aylesbury, by whom be had issue, James, Marquess of Caernarvon. Caroline, m. to John Leigh, esq. of Addlestrop, in the county of Gloucester, and was grandmother of the present Chandos Lkigh, esq. of Stoneleigb Abbey, in the county of Warwick. His rracp espoused, secondly, Anne Jeffreys, and by b" he had a daughter, Augusta-Anne, m. to Henry Mb Kearney, esq. The duke m. thirdly, in 1767, Elizabeth, second daughter and coheir of Sir John Major, bart. of Worlingworth Hall, in the county of A. by whom he had no issue. He d. 28th Noteaser, 177J, and was t, by his son,

vi. James Brydges, third duke, b. 27th December, 1731. This nobleman, upon the accession of his Majesty, King George III. was appointed one of the lords of his bed-chamber. In 1775, he was sworn of the privy council, and was afterwards constituted lord-steward of the household. His grace m. 22nd May, 1753, Mary, daughter and sole heiress of John Nicol, esq. of Southgate, Middlesex, by whom he acquired Mincheuden House, at Southgate, together with the whole fortune of his father-in-law. By this lady, who (/. in 1703, he had no issue. The duke espoused, secondly, 21st June, 1777, Anne-Eliza, daughter of Richard Gamon, esq. and widow of Roger Hope Elletson, esq. by whom he had a daughter and heiress,

Anne-emza, who n. in 1796, Richard, Earl Temyle, now Duke Ok Buckingham And ChanDos. His grace rf. without male issue 29th September, 1789, when all his honours, including the Baronetcy, became Extinct, but the Barony Of Chandos, which was immediately claimed by the Rev. Edwarotymbu i I.i Brydges, M.A. of Wootton Court, in Kent, as next heir male of the body of Sir John Brydges, Lord Chandos, the first grantee, who </. in 1557.

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Caknoks.—This most splendid palace Blood on the r**i leading to Edgeware. The fronts were all of free"(»*, and the pillars of marble, as were also the steps of '•* great stair-case. The gilding was executed by the f*ra.ju, PargoMi, and the hall painted by Paolucci. The •partnKMj were most exquisitely finished, and most rickly famished. The gardens, avenues, and offices, were ff'twrtiombly grand. At night there was a constant *»'c* kept, who walked the rounds and proclaimed the wart. The dake also maintained a foil choir, and had <lni»e service performed with the best music, in a chapel tui cwud hardly b*.- exceeded in the beauty of its worknuriJB. Bat all this terminated with his lift-; for on m decease this magnificent mansion was disposed of P*«*n»eal. The stone obelisks, with copper lamps, which '"fined the approach from the Edgeware-road, were pur

chased for the Earl of Tilncy, for his new building at Wanstead, in Essex, which has since experienced the fate of Cannons; the marble staircase was bought by the Earl of Chesterfield for his residence in May Fair. The ground and rite whereon this magnificent edifice stood became the property of an opulent tradesman, who built thereon a neat habitation which still remains, after having passed into the hands of the well known Culonel O'Kelly of sporting celebrity.

f He was buried at St. Giles's, Cripplegate,as appears by the following certificate:

Ano. 1590, Sir John Bncke, of Hembecke, ats Hamby, In the parishe of Lyntnn, als Leventon, in the county of Lincoloe, (who was knighted at CaleB, in Spayn,)rnaryed Elioner,

Sir John Buck, of Hamby-Grange, who was knitted by King Jamks the 1st, with several others, at Whitehall, 23rd July, 1603, before his majesty's coronation. He wedded Elizabeth, daughter and heir of William Green, esq. of Filey, in Yorkshire, and had issue, John, his successor.

Robert, of Flotmamby, in the county of York, m.
Mary, daughter of Edward Skipwith, esq. of
Grantham, in Lincolnshire.

Elizabeth, m. to William Wyvill, esq. of Osgoodby, in the county of York. He </- in 1648, and was J. by his elder son,

I. John Buck, esq. of Hamby-Grange, who was created a Baronet by King Charles II. 22nd Dec. 1660. Sir John m. first, Anne, daughter of Sir John Style, bart. of Wrateringbury, in Kent, but by her had no surviving issue. He wedded secondly, Mary, daughter and sole heir of William Ashton, esq. of Tingrey, in Bedfordshire, (by Mary, daughter and sole heir of Henry Ewer, esq. of South-Mims,) and by that lady (who m. after his decease, the Lord Chief Baron Tumor,) had

William, his successor.

Henry, m. Deborah, daughter of Mr. Thomas Salter, of London, draper, and died 9th Oct. 1737, aged 75, leaving two sons, Henry and William, and three daughters.

Mary, m. to the Right Honourable James Vernon, principal Secretary of State to King William the III. He d. in 1668, and was s. by his elder son,

ii. Sir William Buck, of Hamby-Grange. This gentleman m. Frances, daughter of Daniel Skinner, of London, merchant, and by her, who d. in 1712, had surviving issue,

Charles, his heir.

Mary, m. to Charles Hoar, esq. of Rushford, in

Derbyshire. Elizabeth, m. to Mr. Pusey, of London, merchant. Alice. Frances. He d. 15th August, 1717, was buried at Watford, in Hertfordshire, and s. by his son,

in. Sir Charles Buck, of Hamby-Grange, who wedded Anne, daughter of Sir Edward Seabrigbt, bart. of Beaford, in the county of Worcester, by whom he had issue,

Charles, (Sir), his heir.

Anne, m. Ambrose Isted, esq. of Ecton, in Northamptonshire, and was grandmother of the present Ambrose Isted, esq. of Ecton. (See Burke's Commoners.) Catherine, m. to Sir Henry Englefield, bart. of WMteknight. He it. 20tli June, 1729, and was $. by his son,

iv. Sir Charles Buck, of Hamby-Grange, who m. Mary, daughter of George Cartwright, esq. of Ossington, Notts, but dying s. p. 7th June, 178S, the BaronEtcy Expired.

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Hinrage.

John Francis Buller, esq. of ShilUngham, reprfsentativeof the ancient family of Buller, so long settrd in the west of England, m. 22nd July, 1716, Rebecca, daughter and eventual co-heir of Sir Jonathan Trelawny, bart. bishop of Winchester, and dying in 1751, left issue,

l. James, of Shillingham, M.P. for Cornwall, wl*

m. first, in 1739, Elizabeth, daughter and M>1«

heir of William Gould, esq. of Downes in

Devonshire, by whom he had one son.

James, of Shillingham and Downes, father

of

James,now of Shillingham and Dowries,
some time M.P. for Exeter.
He m. secondly, in 1744, Jane, third daughter
of Allen, first Earl Bathurst, and had by her
John, of Morval, M.P. for West Looe, who
m. Anne, daughter of William Lemon, *h*
and d. in 1793, leaving a son,
John, of Morvall, some time M.P. for
West Looe.
Francis, the celebrated Judge Buller, Fraud-
father of the present Sin John Buller
Yarde Buller,bart.of Lupton,in Dytob.
Edward, who m. Harriet, daughter of John

Hoskyns, esq. and had issue.
Jane, ra. to the late Sir William Lemon,

bart, M.P.
Mary, m. to James Templer, esq. of Stover.

Devon. Catherine, m. to lieut.-gen. William M«armick. Ii. Francis, M.P. for West Looe, m. Mary, daughter of Sir Copleston Warwick Bamfylde, bart of Poltimore, and relict of Sir Coventry Carew, bart. of Anthony, but d. s. p. in 1764. in. John, of whom presently, iv. William, bishop of Exeter, m. in 1762, Aw*, daughter and co-heir of Thomas, D-D- bishop of Winchester, and d. in 1796, leaving issue. v. Rebecca, m. to Vice-Admiral Charles Watsonvi. Anne, m. to Reginald Pole, esq. of Stoke, vii. Mary, m. to Sir Joseph Copley, bart. of Sprat

borough. Viii. Elizabeth, m. to the Rev. John Sturges, D.D. The third son, John Buller, esq. sometime M.P. for East L**>

daughter of John Wymarke, of Getford, in the aayd coantyc, and had by her issue three Bonnes, and one danghtcr, viz., John, the first son; Edward, the second; Peregrine, the thyrd; and Anne. The above aayd knight, departed this life on Saturday, the xxth of November, 1596, and was buryed in the parishe Churche of St. Gyles, without Criplegate, in London, on fryday, following, being the xxvith day of the sayd moiieth; whose

funerall was appoynted and served by Richard Lef

Ctarenceuf, king of armes, and with him served at uV

said funerall, John Raven, Rouge Dragon, and TVma

Lant, portcullis, officers of Armes. In witness when*'.

we, the executor? to the aforesayd knight, have hereontp

subscribed our names, the day and year above specifyed.

Eleanor Buck, Executrix

Edward Coxjoon, John Rose, Francis Vincent.

and one of the lords of the treasury, m. first, 3rd March, 1760, Mary, daughter of Sir John St. Aubyn, bart. of Clowance, in Cornwall, by whom he had, inter alios, a son, Edward, of whom presently. He wedded, secondly, 4th November, 1768, ElizabethCaroline, daughter of John Hunter, esq. and had also issue by that lady, who it. 17th January, 1708. His son by his first marriage,

I. Sis Edward Bull.fr, of Trenant Park,Cornwall, vice-admiral of the red, was created a Baronet 3rd October, 1808. He m. Gertrude, daughter of Colonel Philip Van Cortlandt (for an account of the Van Cortlandt family, see Burke's Commoners, vol. It.), and had issue,

John St. Aubyn, rf. young.

Anna-maria, who m. 23th February, 1824, Lieut.

Col. James Drummond Elphinstone, yonngest

son of the Hon. Fullerton Elphinstone, of East

Lodge, Middlesex, and has, with other issue, a

ton and heir, William. Colonel Elphinstone has

assumed the additional surname of Bullkr.

Sir Edward, who was recorder of East Looe, died

without male issue 15th April, 18*24, when the Baro

stTCT became Extinct.

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lineage.

Tie first settler of this family in Ireland, presumed to be descended from the Lincolnshire house of Burroughs, who was elevated to the peerage by Queen LuztBKTH, acquired a large landed property in the 'oiiiity of YVicklow, and was grandfather of

Thomas Burroughs, esq. who m. Elizabeth Lewis, and had a son,

Francis Burroughs, esq. who m. Miss Mushet, nwee to the Bishop of Derry, and bad issue,

Thomas, who m. first, Miss Rainsford, and se-
condly. Miss Nugent. He rf. leaving two sons,
Thomas, who m. Catherine, daughter of the
Right Hon. Sir Henry Cavendish, bart. and
had issue.
Francis.

Lewis.
Mary.

The second son,

The Rev. Lewis Burroughs, D.D. Archdeacon of Derry, m. Mary, daughter of Richard Cane, esq. of Larabrian, in Kildare, by Anne Lyons, of River Lyons, in the King's County, and had issue,

Medlicott, an officer in the army, who m. Mary
Moorecroft, widow of Captain Morrison, and
had issue.
Newburgh, Archdeacon of Derry,m.Anne Trevor,
only child of Isaac Bomford, esq. of Tyrrells-
town, in Meath, and had issue.
William, of whom presently.
Thomas, who d. unm.

Mary-Anne.

Frances.

Selina-Frances. The third son,

i. Sir William Bcrrocohs, barrister-at-law, went to India, and was appointed advocate-general of Bengal, by Lord Cornwallis. On his return he was created a Baronet, 1st December, 1804. Sir William m. Letitia, daughter of William Newburgh, esq. of Ballyhaise and Drumcarn, in Cavan, by Letitia, his wife, daughter and heir of Broghill Perrot, esq. of Ballyhugh, and had by her, who rf. in 1803, one son and three daughters, viz.

William, b. 15th September, 1784, in the Coldstream regiment of foot guards, who rf. of wounds received before Bayonne, 11th May, 1814.

Letitia, m. 4th September, 1820, to Rear-Admiral Sir Charles Ogle, bart. and d. I3th November, 1832, leaving a son, William Ogle. Maria-Isabella, rf. unm. in 1798. Louisa. Sir William dying in 1829, without surviving male issue, the Baronetcy Expired.

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to the 36th of Edward III. Beside Tolethorp, Sir William was lord of Foxliu, and other landtt in Leicestershire. He d. in the 49th of Edward III. and was s. by his son.

Sir Thomas De Burton, knight of the shire for Rutland in the 1st of Richard II. and sheriff for the same county in 1379. This gentleman, by deed dated at Tolethorp, on the Saturday next after the feast of St. Martin, the bishop, 50th Edward III. did convey unto John Brown, esq. of Stamford, the manor of Tolethorp, together with all its appurtenances, and the perpetual advowson of the chapel of the same; also all his lands, tenements, rents, and services, in the village of Little Casterton, with the reversion of the patronage of the church. Sir Thomas »/.. in the 8th of Richard II. leaving, by his wife, Margaret, daughter of Thomas Greuham, a son and heir,

Sir Thomas Burton, knt. who served as hiph sheriff for the county of Rutland four times, in the reigns of Henry V. and Henhy VI. and was appointed in the former to receive such sums of money collected in the county, as should be lent to the king to enable him to carry on the war in France. Sir Thomas m. the daughter of Simon Louthe, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Burton, esq. who was sheriff of Rutland in the 18th of Hi;miy VI. This gentleman m. first, a daughter of Sir Robert Brabeson, knt. and had one son, who died youug. He wedded, secondly, a daughter of Sir Hugh Bushey, knt. and was s. by his son, by that lady,

William Burton, esq. who m. a daughter of John Folville, esq. of Ashby Folville, in the county of Leicester, and left a son and heir,

John Burton, esq. of Uppingham, in the county of Rutland, who, by his wife, a daughter of Thomas Basing, had a son and successor,

Sir Thomas Burton, who was knighted by King Henry VIII. This gentleman m. the daughter of Ralph Lowe, esq. of Denbigh, in the county of Derby, and was s. by his son,

John Burton, esq. of Braunston. who m. the daughter of — Black well, and dying in the 1st year of Queen Mary, left a son and heir,

William Burton, esq. of Braunston, who m. Alice, daughter of Richard Peck, of Ridlington, in Rutland, and had three sons, viz. John, his heir. Bartin, of Okeham, ancestor of the Burtons of

that place, and of Exeter. Simon, of Braunston.

The eldest son,

John Burton, esq. of Stockerston, in the county of Leicester, m. Anne, daughter and heir of Thomas Digby, esq. of Coats,* and acquired thereby a considerable estate. He was s. by his son,

l. Sir Thomas Burton, knt. of Stockerston, who was created a Baronet by King James I. 22nd July, 1622. He m. first, Philippa, relict of Waller Calverley, of Calverley, in the county of York, and daughter of the Hon. Henry Brooke, son of George Brooke, Lord Cobham, by which lady he had three daughters, viz.

Anne, m. to Sir Abel Barker, hart, of Hambleton,

in the county of Rutland.

Elizabeth, 1 .

> o. unm.

Frances, J

Sir Thomas wedded, secondly, Anne, daughter of Robert Reynolds, of London, gent, and widow of Thomas Havers, of the Custom-House. He d. in 1655, and was s. by his son,

ii. Sir Thomas Burton, of Stockerston, a dkuaguished royalist in the time of Charles I. and a commissioner of array, with Sir George Villiers, Sir Henry Skipwith, and others, for the county of Lekes ter, on the breaking out of the rebellion in 1641. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Prettyman, bart of Lodington, and by that lady, who wedded,secondly, Sir William Halford, knt. of Welhaxn, in Leicestershire, had two sons,

Thomas, his successor. John, d. s. p. Sir Thomas, who suffered sequestration and imprisonment, d. 3rd April, 1659, and was *. by hi* elder son,

ii i.Sir Thomas Burton,of Stockerston.wbo ». Ann*. eldest daughter of Sir Thomas Clutterbuck, knt. of Loudon, and Blakesware, in the county of Hertford. and had two sons, Charles, his successor, and Thomas. Sir Thomas sold the estate of Stockerston to Sir Charles Duncomb, knt. and dying in 1705, left little more than the title to his son and heir,

iv. Sir Charles Burton, who appears to have been in great pecuniary distress, and a prisoner for debt in 1710. In two years afterwards he was tried at th« Old Bailey sessions on a charge of stealing a ring, aad being convicted sentenced to transportation.

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daughter of Sir Bernard Drake, of Ash, in Devonshire, and was father of Job* Button, esq. of Auckland, who d. 7th March, 1665, learing hy Eleanor, his wife, daughter of Thomas South, esq. of South Badesley, Hants, an only son, John Button, esq. of Buckland, who m. Mary, daughter of William Jesson, esq. of Coventry, and dying 1670, was buried at Lymington, leaving issue, Elizabeth, b. 1651, m. to John Bur rard, esq. M.P. for Lymington, and had issue. Mary or Sarah, b. 1G33, m. to Sir Richard Hopkyns.knt. of Coventry, ancestor of the present WilliamRichard Hopkyns-northey, esq. Lady Hopkyns tf. 1711. Anne, b. 1656, m. to Paul Burrard, esq. of Walhampton, M.P. for Lymington: hence descend the BurRards, baronets. Eleanor, b. 1658, m. to Thomas Dore, and had issue. Cicely, m. to John Menx, esq. of Kingston, Isle

of Wight. Dorothy, m. to John Drake, esq. of Ashe, county Devon. The second son,

William Btrrox, of Alton, m. Jane, daughter of John Lamb, of Wiltshire, and had three sons and two daughters, via.

WiLLUM, his heir.
Martyn, living unm. 1649.
John, it. a. p.

Jane, m. to Walter Coningsby, D.D.
Martha, m. to Thomas Coningsby, esq. of North
Mim«, Herts.
The eldest son,

i. Sn WilliAw Bcttton, of Alton, in Wiltshire, w*i created a Baronkt in 16*21. He m. Ruth, daughter of Halter Dunciie, esq. of Avcbury, Wilts, and had issue,

W Ilium, m. Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Rollc,

knt. of Steventon, in Devonshire.
Thomas, d. unm.
Kobekt, of whom presently.
John, living 1640.

Vary, m. to Clement Walker, esq. of Charter-
House Leadon, in Somersetshire, usher of the
Exchequer, and thnr representative is the pre-
sent George Heneace Walkerheneage, esq.
of Compton Basset, in Wiltshire.
Jane, m. to Dr. Richard Steward, dean of the

king's chapel.
Rath, m. to Thomas Lambert, esq. son cf Sir
Thomas Lambert.
The third son,

li. Sn Robert Button, of Alton, m. Eleanor, daughter of William Compton, esq. of Hartbury, in Glour**teriioire, and dying about 1679, was *. by his brother,

i'i. Sis John Button, of Alton, who m. twice, but ** '- f. in 171?, when the title Expired.

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Utneage.

The founder of this family,

Thomas CAiRNES.of the Cairnes's, of Orchartltown, North Britain, went over to Ireland, with his kinsman, the Earl of Annandale, and settled there. He m. Jane, daughter of John Scott, of Colefadd/ in Scotland, and was father of

John Cairnrs, of Donoghmore, in Ireland, who wedded Jane, daughter of James Miller, M.D. of Millhugh.t and was s. by his eldest son,

i. Alexander Cairnrs, esq. of Monaghan, who was created a Baronet of England and Irelandf by Queen Anne, 6th May, 1708, with remainder, in default of his own male issue, to his brother Hknry, and the heirs male of his body. Sir Alexander m. Elizabeth, sister of Sir Nathaniel Gould, knt. of Xewington, Middlesex, and had an only daughter and heiress, Mary, m, to Cadwallader,seventh Lord Blayney, but d. s. p. He d. at Dublin, 30th October, 1732, and leaving no son, the title passed under the limitation to his brother,

it. Sir Henry CAiRNES,of Monaghan, M.P.forthat borough, who m. Frances, daughter of John Gould, esq. of Hackney, in Middlesex, brother of Sir Nathaniel Gould, but d. without issue, 16th June, 1743, when the Baronetcy became Extinct.

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* By hit wife, Mary Anne, niece of the then Earl of

* By Margaret, his wife, daughter of Mure, of Rowalka, by ki» wife, the Lily Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of

the Duke of Lennox, and sister of the unhappy Earl of Darnley, James f/wr First's father.

t Mr. Le Neve says, he wa* advanced to the dignity of b.m>nct of Great Britain and Irel-ind, paying whole fees (or the former, and hill' fees f..r ihe la'ter.

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