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MORGAN, OF GOLDEN GROVE.
MORGAN, EDWARD, esq. of Golden Grove, in the county of Flint, b. 1st April, 1793, m, first, 14th February, 1827, Charlotte, daughter
Lloyd Wardle, esq. of Hartsheath, in the
same shire, and has a son,
GRIFFITH, sixth in descent from Ednyfed Wychan, m. Angharad, daughter and heir of David Lloyd ap Tudor, ap Ithel Vyehan, and had a son and successor, Edward AP GRIFFITH, who, by Angharad, daughter of John ap Evan Teg, of Trecastell, had a son, THoMAs Ap Edward, who wedded Katherine, daughter of John ap Evan Wychan ap Yolyn, of Rhydorddu, and had issue, 1. Morgan, his heir. 11. Hugh. 111. Griffith. iv. Foulk (Sir). v. Agnes, m. to Hugh Thomas ap Mwyndeg. vi. Katherine, m. to Griffith Wychan ap Llewelyn ap Bel. The eldest son, MongAN ap Thomas, espoused Elen, daughter of Hugh ap John Cynrie ap Ithel, and had issue, 1. Edward, his heir. it. Janet. m. to Hugh ap David ap Jenkyn. in. Agnes, m. to John ap Rees, ap John Benet. iv. Alice, m. to John ap Hugh ap Thomas Mwyndeg. v. Catharine, m. to Ellis ap Rees Wyn, of Hope Dale. The son and successor, Edward MoRGAN, esq. “lawyer,” assumed his surname in the early part of Elizabeth's reign. He wedded Catherine, dau. of John Davies, esq. of Gwasaney, in the
! ..". Flint, and had, with two daugh| ters, Margaret, m. to Edward Lloyd, esq. of Pentre Hobyn, and Maria, m. to John Conway, esq. of Bodrhyddan, a son and successor, Edward MoRGAN, esq. “learned in the law,” who m. Anne, daughter of John Conway, of Bodrhyddan, and dying 25th February, 1611, left a daughter, Catherine, m. 28th August, 1611, to John Lloyd, gent. of Gwyrch, and a son and heir, Robert MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove, living in 1622, who m. Catherine, daughter of Sir William Jones, of Castell-y-march, and had issue, 1. William, his heir. ii. Elizabeth, m. Edward Mostyn, esq. of Talacre, and had a son, John Mostyn, of Talacre and Greenfield, who m. Anne, daughter of Henry Fox, esq. of Lehurst, in Salop, and was father of Edward Mosty N, esq. of Talacre, created a BARoNet, 22nd CAR. II, whose lineal descendant and representative is the present SiR Edward Mosty N, of Talacre,
bart. (See BURKE's Peerage and Baronetage.) iii. Anne, m. to Thomas Humfries, of Bodlweddan. Iv. Jane, m. to John Thelwall, esq. of Llanrhydd. v. Catharine, m. to Griffith Lloyd, of Gwyrch.
vi. Dorothy, m. to Thomas Davies, esq. colonel for CHARLEs I, and constable
of Hawarden Castle, in 1643, who was left guardian to his nephew, Robert Davies, esq. of Gwysaney, nominated in 1660, an intended knight of the Royal Oak, (see vol. i. p. 693). Mr. Morgan was s. at his decease by his SOil, CAPTAIN William MoRGAN, of Golden Grove, who m. Eliza, daughter of Thomas Whitley, esq. of Aston, and had a son and heir, Edward MoRGAN, esq. who was slain at Winnington Bridge, leaving, by Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Thomas White, esq. a son and successor, Edward MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove, who wedded Ursula, daughter of Sir Henry Bunbury, bart. of Stanney, and had issue, 1. Edward, his heir. 11. Thomas, a captain in Barbadoes. iii. William. iv. Elizabeth v. Catharine, who lived at Chester. Mr. Morgan died in 1682, and was s. by his son, Edward MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove, b. in 1669, who served the office of sheriff for Flintshire in 1701. He m. Frances, daughter of William Bankes, esq. of wynstanley, and had a daughter, Catherine, m. to Robert Bankes, esq. of Wynstanley, and a son, Edward MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove, who m. Anne, daughter and heiress of Robert Crompton, esq. of Kinnerton and Bache, in Cheshire, and had issue, Crompton, who d. v. p. in 1734, unm. PETER. Elizabeth, d. unmarried.
Mr. Morgan, who was high sheriff of Flintshire in 1738, d. in 1749, and was s. by his Son, Peter MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove, high sheriff in 1752. This gentleman wedded Margaret, daughter of John Hesketh, esq. of Warrington, and dying in 1780, left a daughter, Margaret, who d. unmarried, and a son and successor, Edward MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove, lieutenant-colonel of the Flintshire Militia, a deputy lieutenant and magistrate for nearly forty years, and high sheriff in 1792, b. 7th August, 1759, who m. in April, 1792, Louisa, daughter and co-heiress of the late Thomas Griffith, esq. of Rhual, and had issue, 1. Edward, his heir. ii. Augustus-Henry, of St. John's College, Cambridge. III. Louisa - Henrietta, m. in March, 1823, Richard Augustus Tucker Steward, esq. of Nottington House, lieutenant-colonel of the Dorset Militia, and late M.P. for Weymouth. Mr. Morgan died 28th June, 1831, and was s. by his elder son, the present Edward MoRGAN, esq. of Golden Grove. Arms—Quarterly; first, gu. a chevron ermine between three Saxon's heads ppr. ; secondly, arg.apelicansa.feeding its young; third, arg. between three boars' heads, a chevron sa...; fouth, a lion passant ppr. Crests—A Saxon's head and a Cornish chough ppr. Motto—Heb Dduw heb ddim a Dduw Digon. Estates—In Flintshire, possessed by the family prior to the Conquest. Seat—Golden Grove, built in 1578.
LONG, OF HAMPTON LODGE.
esq. of Hampton Lodge, in the county of Surrey, o and of East Barnet, in the county of Herts, m. 25th - July, 1822, Lady Catharine Walpole, youngest daughter of the late, and sister of the present Earl of Orford, and
This family is of Wiltshire origin, where various branches of that name have been to stablished for several centuries.* John LoNge, of Netheravon, in that county, d. in 1630, leaving by Catharine, his wife, besides an elder son John, a second Son, Timothy LoNge, born 1610, m. Jane, only daughter of the Rev. Oliver Brunsell, vicar of Wroughton,t in the county of Wilts, by Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Martyn, of Upham, in the parish of Albourne, in the same county, and of the Inner Temple, by Jane, daughter of Thomas Walrond, of Albourne, forester in fee of that chace. He died in 1691, and had issue, 1. Timothy Long, in holy orders, b. in 1636, rector of St. Alphage, London, d. unm. 14th September, 1665, during the great plague, as stated in Peck's Desiderata. II. SAMuel. SAMUEL Long, second son, b. at Wroughton in 1638, accompanied the expedition, under Penn and Venables, which conquered
* Camden derives the name of Long from the traditionary fact, that “a young gentleman of the House of Preux,” being a follower of the Lord Treasurer Hungerford, was “preferred by him to a good marriage,” and adopted it by reason of his stature. Leland designates him as “a stoute felaw set up by one of the old Lords Hungerford.” The principal family of the name was very early seated at South Wraxall, and afterwards at Draycot, by marriage in the time of HENRY WI. with the heiress of Cerne. These properties were dissevered in 1610, when the male line of Wraxall became extinct in 1715, and that of Draycot in 1805. There is now no known male issue existing of this family. Another extensive branch of the name was early settled at Semington, Trowbridge, Whaddon, Monkton, and Rowd Ashton, places in the vicinity of Wraxall, and at Beckington and Stratton in Somersetshire. There is at
resent no known male issue extant of this ranch. A third was early seated at Pottern and
Cheverell in the same vicinity, and became the male ancestry of R. G. Long, esq. of Rowd Ashton, and of Walter Long, esq. of Preshaw, in Hants. This branch acquired the possessions of Wraxall, Rowd Ashton, &c. by an intermarriage with the heir female of the Monkton line, in which they had centered in the person of the late Walter Long, esq. who d. in 1807.
The mutual mention made of one another in wills and various documents at early periods, by different members of these four families, may be received as presumptive evidence in favour of a common ancestry.
+ Her eldest brother, the Rev. Henry Brunsell, LL.D. prebendary of Ely, and rector of Stretham, in Cambridgeshire, m. one of the sisters of the celebrated Sir Christopher Wren.
Jamaica in 1655, as a lieutenant in Colonel D'Oyley's regiment, with whom he was connected, and was further appointed secretary to Cromwell's commissioners. He received large grants of land in that island, where he became a colonel of horse, chief justice, speaker of the assembly, and one of the council. He was subsequently distinguished for his spirited and successful resistance to the arbitrary measures of the crown in 1679, as related in Edwards's West Indies. He died in 1683, and had by his wife, Elizabeth, (who remarried the Rev. John Towers, rector of Swaffham Bulbec, in the county of Cambridge, grandson of John Towers, Bishop of Peterborough, and died 1710,) the following issue, 1. Samuel," b. 1667, d. 1677. 11. John,” b. 1674, d. 1677. iii. CHARLEs, his heir. iv. Elizabeth, b. 1670, m. first, Henry Lowe, esq. of Goadby Marwood, in the county of Leicester, and secondly, Henry Smallwood, esq. She had issue by her first husband, 1. Samuel, of Goadby Marwood, M.P. for Aldborough, and comptroller of the ordnance in Ireland, who d. unm. in 1731. 2. Elizabeth, m. Samuel Moore, esq. by whom she had Sir Henry Moore,bart.hereaftermentioned. 3. Susanna, m. Theobald Taaffe, esq. M.P. and d. s. p. v. Vere,” b. 1672, d. 1677. vi. Mary,” b. 1677, d. 1677.
CuARLEs LoNG, of Longville, Jamaica, and of Hurts Hall, in the parish of Saxmundham, in the county of Suffolk, only surviving son, was born in 1679, and returned to parliament for Dunwich in 1716. He m. first, in 1699, Amy, eldest daughter of Sir Nicholas Lawes, knt. governor of Jamaica, and had issue by her, who d. in 1702, 1. SAMUEL, his heir. ii. Elizabeth, b. 1701, m. John Hamerton, esq. secretary to South Carolina, and d. s. p. in 1772. He married, secondly, in 1703, Jane, dau. and heir of Sir William Beeston, knt. governor of Jamaica, and relict of Sir Thomas Modyford, bart. by whom, who died in 1724, he had issue, iii. Charles, b. 1705, of Hurts Hall, m. Mary, daughter and heir of Dudley North, esq. of Glemham Hall, in the county of Suffolk, nephew of Francis, first Earl of Guildford, lord keeper, &c. He died in 1778, leaving two sons, 1. Charles, b. 1748, of Hurts Hall, m. his cousin, Jane, (now of Hurts Hall,) daughter of Beeston Long, esq. and died in 1813, having had issue two sons, Charles and Dudley, both of whom died young. 2. Dudley, b. 1749, of Glemham Hall and Hurts Hall, member in several parliaments, assumed the name of North, m. the Hon. Sophia-Anderson Pelham, dau. of the last, and sister of the present Lord Yarborough, and d.s.p. in 1829. iv. William, a lieutenant in the Earl of Pembroke's dragoons, b. 1706, d. unm. v. Beeston, of Carshalton Park, in the county of Surrey, b. in 1710, m. in 1745, Susanna, daughter and heir of Abraham Cropp, esq. of Richmond, in Surrey, and d. in 1785, having had issue, 1. Samuel, of Carshalton, M.P. for Ilchester, and sheriff for Surre in 1790, m. Lady Jane Maitland, dau. of the last, and sister of the present Earl of Lauderdale, (who m. secondly, Lieutenant-general Sir William Houston, G.C.B.) He d. in 1807, and left issue, Samuel, lieut.-colonel grenadier guards, who m. first, the Hon. Louisa-Emily Stanley, second daughter of Edward, Lord Stanley, and secondly, Sydney, daughter of Arthur Atherley, esq. M. P. for Southampton.
Charles Maitland, orders. Mary. 2. Richard, d. unm. at Oxford. 3. Beeston, of Coombe House, Surrey, a bank director, who m. 1786, Frances-Louisa, eldest dau. of Sir Richard Neave, bart. and dying in 1820, left issue, William, who married in 1830, Eleonora-Charlotte, sister of Sir Edward Poore, bart. of Rushall, and has a son, William Beeston. Caroline-Jane, died in 1824. Amelia-Ann. H Maria, m. to Henry-Seymour Montagu, esq. and j in 1832, leaving issue. 4. CHARLEs, Lord FARNBorough, (see BURRE's Peerage). 5. George, first lieutenant of the Superbe, killed at the storming of Trincomalee, in 1782, unm. 6. William, in holy orders, canon of Windsor, rector of Pulham, in Norfolk, and of Sternfield, in Suffolk. 7. Richard, d. unmarried. 8. Sarah, m. in 1774, to Sir George William Prescott, bart. and left Issue. 9. Jane, m. to her cousin, Charles Long, esq. of Hurts Hall. 10, Susannah, married to the Rev. George Chamberlayne. v1. Jane, b. in 1709, m. first, to Roger Drake, esq. of Shirley, Surrey, and secondly, to the Marquess D'Aragona, of Modena. VII. Anne, b. in 1713, m. to the Rev. Philip Carter, vicar of Tunstall, Suffolk. VIII. Susannah, d. unmarried, in 1820, aged 103. The only son of Charles Long, of Longville, by his first wife, Amy Lawes, SAMUEL LoNG, esq. b. in 1700, a captain in Queen Caroline's Dragoons, and keeper of the king's palace at Newmarket, married Mary, second dau. of Bartholomew Tate, esq. of Delapré Abbey, in the county of Northampton, (by Mary, daughter and coheir of Edward Noel, esq. of the Gainsborough family) and co-heir, with her sister Catharine, to the ancient baronies of Zouche, of Harringworth, St. Maur, and Lovel of Cary. He d. in 1757, and had issue, 1. Samuel, died young. ii. Robert, b. in 1729, who m, Lucy, daughter of George-Ann Cooke, esq. gentleman usher to George II. and George III. and by that lady (who m. secondly, John Bagshall, esq. and thirdly, Comte de la Salle) had three daughters,
in holy Jane-Catharine-Sarah, m. to John Oliver, esq. of Hoole Hall, Cheshire, and has issue. Mary-Charlotte, m. to her cousin, Samuel Scudamore Heming, esq. and left issue. Lucy-Ann, m. to Thomas Bayley owell, esq. of Prinknash Park, Gloucestershire, and left issue. iii. Charles, lieutenant 49th foot, who d. s. p. 1756. iv. Edward, of whom hereafter. v. Catharine-Maria, b. in 1727, m. Sir Henry Moore, bart. vi. Susannah-Charlotte, b. in 1733, m. first, George Ellis, esq. by whom she had the late George Ellis, esq. the accomplished author of the Early English Poets, &c. and secondly, Lieut.-General Sir David Lindsay, bart. and left issue. vii. Amelia-Elizabeth, b. in 1740, m. Samuel Heming, esq. and left issue. The fourth son, but only surviving male heir, Edward Long, esq. b. in 1734, barrister of Gray's Inn, accompanied his brother-inlaw, Sir Henry Moore, to Jamaica, as secretary, was afterwards appointed chief judge of the vice-admiralty court, Jamaica, and was author of the history of that island. He m. Mary Ballard, daughter and heir of Thomas Beckford, esq. (see family of BeckFord, of Fonthill, vol. i. p. 679) and relict of John Pallmer, esq. by whom (who died in 1797) he had issue, Edward-Beeston, his heir. Robert-Ballard, a lieutenant-general in the army and lieutenant-colonel 15th hussars, who d. unmarried, in 1825. Charles-Beckford, who m. FrancesMonro, daughter and heir of Lucius Tucker, esq. of Norfolk St. Park Lane, (by Frances, daughter and heir of William Jenkyns, esq.captain royal horse Grenadier guards) and by her, who died in 1813, has had issue, 1. Charles-Edward. 2. Robert Beckford, d. 1827. 3. Mary-Henrietta. 4. Charlotte-Monro, b. and d. in 1805. 5. Caroline-Elizabeth. Catharine, m. to Richard Dawkins, esq.
fourth son of Henry Dawkins, esq. of Standlynch, Wilts, and d. in 1826, leaving issue. Charlotte, m. to Sir George Pococke, bart. and has issue. Elizabeth, m, to Lord Henry-Molyneux. Howard, deputy earl-marshall of England, and has issue. Mr. Long died in 1813, and was s. by his eldest son, Edward BEEston LoNG, esq. of Hampton, who married Mary, daughter of John Thomlinson, esq. M.P. for Steyning, (by Margaret, daughter of Martin Blake, esq.) and heir to her grandfather, John Thomlinson, esq. of East Barnet, and by her (who d. in 1818) he had issue, Edward Noel, ensign Coldstream regiment of foot guards, lost on his passage to Spain, in 1809. Henry-LAwes, heir to his father. Frederic-Beckford, who m. MariaElizabeth, fifth daughter of James Daniell, esq. and has issue, 1. Josephine-Margaret-Elizabeth. 2. Isabella. 3. Augusta-Caroline. Mary, m. to Charles Devon, esq. of Rackenford, in Devonshire. Charlotte, m. to George Grenville Pigott, esq. M.P. for St. Mawes, in 1830, son and heir of William Pigott, esq. of Dodershall Park, Bucks, and d. s. p. in 1823. Mr. Long d. in 1825, and was s. by his son, HeNRY - Lawes Long, esq. of Hampton Lodge. Arms—Quarterly, first, sa, a lion passant arg. holding in the dexter paw a cross crosslet fitchée or, on a chief of the second, three cross crosslets of the field, for LoNG. Second, party, per fess or and gu, a pale counterchanged, three Cornish choughs ppr. for Tate; third, gu. ten bezants, a canton erm. for Zouche; fourth, arg, two chevronels gu. in chief a label of five points az. for St. MAUR. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's head arg. gutté de sang. Motto—Pieux quoique preux. Estates—In the counties of Surrey, Herts, and Middlesex. Seat—Hampton Lodge, Farnham, Surrey.