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John, M.D. of Richmond, in the county of York, and of London, d. in 1659, leaving by his wife, Elizabeth, daughter and coheir of Bryan Williams, esq. of Clintz, eight sons and three daughters. Of the former all died s. p. but the fifth, TheopoRr, of whom presently. The daughters were Dorothy, m. to Moses Bathurst, esq. uncle of Lord Bathurst. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Richard Blake, knt. of Clerkenwell, Middlesex, and left two daughters, co-heirs of their father, viz. Elizabeth Blake, m. first, to Robert Berkley, esq.; and, secondly, to DR. Gilbert BURNET, Bishop of Salisbury. Mary Blake, m. to Robert Dormer, one of the judges of the Common Pleas. The eldest surviving son and heir of Dr. Bathurst, Theodore Bathurst, esq. of Scutterskelf, Clintz, and Arkendale, in Yorkshire, m. Lettice, daughter of Sir John Repington, knt. and was s. by his son, Charles Bathurst, who wedded Frances, daughter and heir of Thomas Potter, of Leeds, and left issue, Charles, high sheriff of Yorkshire, d. s. p. Mary, m. Wm. Sleigh, esq. and was great-grandmother of the present George WiLLIAM Sutto N, esq. of Elton, in Durham. (See BUR KE's Commoners, vol. ii. p. 63.) Jane, m. to Wm. Turner, esq. Frances, m. to C. F. Forster, esq. The eldest son and heir, Joh N BAth Unst, esq. having m. Mary," daughter of Edward Dodge, esq. of Wrotham, in Kent, became seised thereby of the manor of Leachdale, and dying in the lifetime of his father, left a son and heir, Robert BATHURST, esq. of Leachdale, in the county of Gloucester, high sheriff of that shire in 1611. This gentleman m. first, Benetta, daughter of Roger Twisden, esq. of Roydon Hall, in Kent, but by her had no issue. He wedded, secondly, Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Ralph Waller, esq. and widow of Sir John Laurence, knt. lord mayor of London, by which lady he had Robert, his successor. Edward, heir to his brother. Mary, Elizabeth, This Robert, at the visitation of 1623, applied for an alteration in his coat of arms, and obtained it. He was s. at his decease by his eldest son, Robert BATHURST, esq. of Leachdale, who d. in minority in the 3rd of CHAitles I. and was s. by his brother, 1. Edward Bathurst, esq. of Leachdale, b. in 1615. who for his loyalty during the civil wars, having had his estate sequestered in the rebellion, and being obliged to compound for the same, was knighted in 1643, and created a BA Rox it on the 15th December, in the same year. Sir Edward m. first, Anne, daughter

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of Thomas Morris, esq. of Great Coxwell, in Berks, and had issue,

1. Law R.E.N.cf., who m. Susan, daughter of Thomas Cook, esq. of Stanton, and by her (who wedded, secondly, Sir John Fettiplace, bart. ; and, thirdly, Sir John Cutler, knt.) he left at his decease in 1670, his father then living, EDw ARD, second baronet. Susannah, d. unmarried. Anne, m. to Mr. John Greening, and d. s. p. MARY, m. to George Coxeter, esq. of the Middle Temple, and of Kennington, Berks, and had issue, Thoy! As Cox ETER, who inherited eventually the manor of Leachdale from his mother and aunt, it having devolved upon them at the decease of his uncle S1R Edw A R D BATHURST, in minority, 21st May, 1677. 11. Edward, third baronet. 111. Robert, d. s. p. 1 v. Mary, m. to John Cook, of London, merchant. v. Elizabeth, m. to Edward Gibbs, esq. of the county of Gloucester, deputy governor of Chepstow Castle. v1. Anne, d. s. p.

Sir Edward wedded, secondly, Susan, daughter of Thomas Rich, esq. of North Cerney, in the county of Gloucester, and widow of Thomas Cook, esq. of Stanton, and by her had four other sons and four daughters, viz. vii. Robert, who m. Mary, daughter of Robert Oatridge, gent. of Leachlade, and had issue, Robert, who left two sons, Robert and Edward. Edmund. John. v1.1.1. Lancelot, who went to Virginia, and his descendants settled in Jamaica. 1x. Edward, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, d. unmarried. x. Charles, a draper in London, d. s. p. x 1. Susan, on. first, to Robert Jordan, esq. of Leachlade; secondly, to the Rev. Mr. Orchard; and, thirdly, to Richard Parsons, LL.D. chancellor of Gloucester. x11. Annabella, m. first, to William Goodenough, esq. of Broughton Poggs, in the county of Oxford; and, secondly, to the Rev. Thomas Kingdon, vicar of Burscote, Berks. x 111. Elizabeth, m. to Henry Willet, of Leachlade. xiv. Maria, d. unmarried.

He m. thirdly, Mrs. Dorothy Nash, but had no other issue. He d. in August, 1674, and was s. by his grandson, 11. Sir Edw ARD BATH Urst, of Leachlade, who d. at the age of twelve in March, 1677, when the manor of Leachlade passed to his surviving sisters, Mrs. Greening and Mrs. Coxeter, and eventually devolved upon the son of the latter, Thomas Coxeter, esq. while the baronetcy reverted to his uncle, 111. Sir Edw AR D BATHURST, who m. Mary, daughter of Francis Peacock, esq. of Chawley, in the county of Oxford, and had issue, EDw A R D his successor. Walter, d. s. p. FRANcis, successor to his brother. Robert. Charles, d. unmarried. Mary.

* This lady wedded, secondly, Francis Champneys, esq.

He was s. at his decease by his eldest son, iv. Sir Euw AR D Bathu Rsr, who d. unmarried, and was s. by his brother, – v. Sir FRANcis BATHURST. This gentleman wedded Frances, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Peacock, and had two sons and three daughters, viz. Lat’s Exce, his heir. Robert, killed in an engagement with the Indians at Georgia. Sir Francis and his lady, with part of his family, embarked for America with General Oglethorp to encourage the new settlement, and d. there about the year 1738, when he was s. by his son, v1. Sir Lat REN.cf. BATH U Rst, who resided at Georgia, and died there. The title is stated by some accounts to be Extix.cT, but by other to be vested in a gentleman still resident in America.

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1. Sin Pac 1. Bay NiNg, of Bentley-Parva, in the county of Essex, (son of Paul Bayning, esq. one of the sheriffs of London in the reign of Eliza EETH, anno 1593.) was created a BA Rox or 24th September, 1612, and elevated to the peerage on the 27th February, 1627, in the dignity of Bahon Bay Ni Ng, of Horkesley-Bent. ley, in the county of Essex, and advanced to the rank of Wiscow NT Bay Ni Ng, of Sudbury, in the county of Suffolk, on the sth of March, in the same year. His lordship on. Anne, daughter of Sir Henry Glemham, knt. of Glemham, in the county of Suffolk, and had issue, Pat 1, his successor. Cecilia, ra. Henry Viscount Newark, who succeeded his father, in 1613, in the earldom of Kingston, and was created MARQUEss or DoRchosro R in the following year, by whom she had two surviving daughters, viz. Anne, n. to John, Lord Ros, afterwards Earl of Rutland, a marriage dissolved by parliament in 1668. Grace, died unmarried in 1703. Anne. m. to Henry Murray, esq. one of the grooms of the bedchamber to Aing CHARLEs I. This ladv was created Wiscot: NTEss BAYN ING, of Foxley, for life. Her ladyship d. in 1998, when the dirnity of course expired. Mr. Murray's eldest daughter and co-heiress, by Lady Bayaung. The Honourable Elizabeth Murray, m. Randolph Egerton, esq. and had a daughter, Axx E. Eoforo N, (sole heiress of her father), who m. Lord William Paulet, second son of Charles, first Duke of Bolton, by whom she had an only daughter, His fift TA PAC LET, (heiress of her father), who m. the Honourable William Townshend, third son of

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W 11.1.1 AM Bra i.e., son of John Beale, of Maidstone, who died in 1399, was portreve and one of the elder brethren of the fraternity of that borough. He died in 1429, and was buried in St. Faith's Church, leaving by Katherine his wife a son,

Joh N B E A LE, of Maidstone, who married twice, and was s. at his decease, in 1461, by his son,

Robert B.E.A.L.E., of Maidstone, whose wife's Christian name was Agnes, but of what family she came is not recorded. He d. in 1490, and was s. by his son,

WILLIAM BEA i.e., of Maidstone, who was twice portreve of that town. He m. Johanna , and dying in 1534, left issue,

1. Joh N, whose son,

Richard Brale, a merchant in London, purchased several estates in Kent, and resided at Whaddon, in Surrey. He m. Bersheba, daughter of Thomas Gilbert, but leaving no surviving issue at his decease, in 1936, he

devised his estates to his grand-nephew, Richard B.E.A. i.e., the son of Richard, and grandson of Alexander Beale, of Frittenden. This gentleman resided at Hayle Place, and was in the commission of the peace for Kent. He m. Susan, daughter of Edward Bennet, deputy to the Hamburgh company, and dying in 1664, was s. by his son, Rich A R D BEALE, a Hamburgh merchant, b. in 1645, who d. without issue in 1703, leaving his nephew, Richard BEALE, esq. the son of his brother Alexander, his heir. This gentleman, who was a justice of the peace for Kent, m. in 1704, Mary, daughter of James Wittewronge, esq. of Lincoln's Inn, and by her (who wedded, secondly, the Rev. Thomas Taylor) left at his decease, in 1712, a daughter, MARY B E A LE, b. in 1705, who m. in 1728, Willian Post, esq. of London, and d. in 1768, leaving a son, Willi AM Post, esq. of Hayle Place, b. in 1738, who m. Mary, daughter of the Rev. T. M. Jordan, rector of Barming and Iden, and d. in 1806, leaving issue, BEA LE Post, in holy orders, LL.B. curate of Milsted, near Sittingbourne, b. in 1793, m. Mary-Jane, daughter of J. Cousens, gent. of Westbourn, and has issue. Mary Anne Post, m. to Rear-Admiral George Montague Hamilton, of the Russian navy. Frances Post, m. in 1814, to the Rev. Maurice Johnson, A.M. 11. William, d. in 1807. 111. Thow as, of whom presently. 1. Margery, m. to John Clarke. The youngest son, Thov as Brale, was a jurat of the Maidstone Corporation and mayor in 1561 and 1574. He m. first, in 1547, Johanna Cobb, by whom he had one son and one daughter. He m. secondly, in 1553, Alice Wolgate, and by her, who d. in 1613, had with other issue, Thomas, of Maidstone, b. in 1559, m. and d. in 1606, leaving issue. Joh N, of whom presently. Ambrose, of Maidstone, mayor thereof in 1624 and 1637, m. twice, and left issue. The second son of the second marriage, Joh N BEA LE, esq. a merchant of London, living in 1633, married Anne, daughter of Allan Ducket, and was father of 1. SiR Joh N BEA LE, of Farningham Court, in Kent, b. about the year 1621, who was created a BA Rox 1.1 in 1660, and served as high sheriff of Kent in 1665. He m. first, in 1655, Anne, daughter of Sir William Culpeper, bart. of Aylesford, but by that lady, who d. in 1657, had no issue; and, secondly, Jane, daughter of Richard Duke, esq. of Maidstone, by whom he left four daughters, his co-heirs, viz.

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1. H ENRY, his heir. 11. Francis, master of the Charter-house, d. s. p. in 1624. 111. Thom As (Sir), knt. of Stoughton Grange, in Leicestershire, ancestor of the present Sir Georg E- How LAND - W 11.1 ouch BY BEA to Moxt, bart. of Stoughton Grange, who now resides at Cole Orton Hall, the seat of the extinct baronets. 1 v. Huntington, who married and had issue. 1. Dorothy, m. to William Read, esq. of Barton, in Berkshire. 11. Catherine, m. to Sir Henry Berkeley, bart. The eldest son, Sin HENRY BEAU won r, knt. of Cole Orton, M. P. for Leicestershire 31st Eliza BETH, and high sherifi of the county in the 36th of the same reign, presented a petition to JAMEs I. but without success, praying for the revival in his favour of the Wiscountcy of Beaumont, forfeited by the attainder of John, Wiscount Beaumont, who was slain at the battle of Northampton fighting under the banner of Lancaster. Sir Henry m. Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Thomas Lewis, and dying 31st March, 1607, was s. by his only son, 1. Sir Thow. As BEAU MoMT, of Cole Orton, M.P. and high sherift for Leicestershire, who was created a BARoNET 17th September, 1619, and subsequently elevated to the peerage of Ireland as Viscou N'T BEAu Mo Nt, of Swords. During the troubled period in which he lived, his lordship strenuously supported the Royal cause, and had in consequence to compound for his estates. He wedded Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Henry Sapcote, esq. of Elton, in Huntingdonshire, and left a son and successor, 11. Sift SA roote BEAU Mont, second viscount Beaumont, who like his father suffered deeply by his fidelity to the king, and d. before the Restoration. His lordship m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Monson, knt. of Burton, in Lincolnshire, by Margaret his wife, daughter of Sir Edmond Anderson, knt. Iord chief justice of the court of Common Pleas, and had issue, Thomas, his heir. John, who attended Charlos II. in exile, and held after the Restoration under that monarch and his brother JAMEs II. several honourable appointments, but on the landing of the Prince of Orange, joining the new king, he was constituted governor of Dover Castle and colonel of a regiment, with which he served for many years abroad. He m. first, Mary, daughter of Sir Halton Fermor, knt. of Easton Neston, in Northamptonshire, and relict of the Hon. Sir Charles Compton, knt.; and, secondly, Philipe, daughter of Sir Nicholas Carew, knt. of Beddington, in Surrey, but d.s. p. 3rd July, 1701.

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Elizabeth, m. to Sir John Hotham, bart. of Scarborough. The elder son, iii. Sir Thomas BEAUMont, third viscount Beaumont, no. Mary, daughter of Sir Erasmus Fountain, knt of Kerby Bellers, in Leicestershire, but had no issue. His lordship founded at Cole Orton an hospital for six widows and a free school, and endowed them bountifully, appointing for trustees his heir, the rector of the parish, and two others. Dying s. p. 11th June, 1792, the peerage, together with the baronetcy, be: came oxtinct, while all the estates passed, under his will, to his lordship's heir male, Sir George BEAUMoxy, bart. of Stoughton.

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The elder son. John BracMont, master of the Rolls in 1550, pur. chased the site of the priory of Grace-Dieu, in 1539, and by Elizabeth, his wife, eldest daughter and co-heir of Sir William Hastings, knt. left a son and heir, Six Fraxcis BEAuxoxt, knt. of Grace-Dieu, judge of the Common Pleas, who m. Anne, daughter of Sir George Pierrepoint, of Home Pierrepoint, in Notting. hamshire, and relict of Thomas Thorold, esq. and had three sons, viz. Hawky (Sir), of Grace-Dieu, whose only daughter and heir, Bannaka, m. first, John Harpur, esq.; and secondly, Sir Wolstan Dixie, bart. Joss, of whom presently. Faaxcis, the celebrated DRAMAtic port.

The second son, 1. Joux Brat Monr, esq. of Grace-Dieu, was created * ***oxer in 1627. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of John e, esq. and great-granddaughter of Sir Richard Pole, K.G. by whom he left at his decease, in 1628, a - and successor, it. Sia John BEAUMoxt, of Grace-Dieu, colonel in the royal army, who gallantly distinguished himself *the cause of his ill-fated prince, and was slain at *cester in 1644. His brother and successor, ul Sra. Thomas BEAUMoxt, of Grace-Dieu, married

Vere, only daughter of Sir William Tufton, bart. of
Wintners, in Kent, and by her (who m. secondly,
George Lane) had issue,
Cicely, m. to Robert Beaumont, esq. of Barrow
upon Trent.
WERE, m. to Sir John Rayney, bart.
MARY, m. to George Morton, esq. of Sileby.
JANE, m. to Charles Byerly, esq. of Belgrave.
ANNE, m. to Robert Pawley, esq.
Sir Thomas died without male issue 7th July, 1686,
aged sixty-six, when the BARoNEtcy Expired. The
site of the priory of Grace-Dieu was inherited by
Cicely, wife of Robert Beaumont, esq. of Barrow-on-
Trent, and from that gentleman was purchased by Sir
Ambrose Phillipps, knt. of Garendon.

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glintage. 1. Justus Beck, esq. an eminent merchant of London, was raised to the BARoNETAGE by King Georgs I. (the first Baronetcy created by that monarch) on the 1st November, 1714. He m. Rachel, daughter of Mr. Alderman Chamberlayne, also of London, and by her (who d. 1st October, 1734) had issue,

• For details of the family of BEAUMont of Whitley, refer to Burke's Commoners, vol. ii. p. 321.

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1. John, his heir, who wedded a daughter of Sir Alan Zouch, knt. and had a son, Sir John MAlbie, knt. lord of Cowton, who m. the daughter of Sir John Aldburgh, of Aldburgh, and had a son and heir, John MAlbie, or MAlby'sse, lord of Malbie, who wedded the daughter of Sir Edward Willstrope, and had three daughters, of whom MARGARET, who eventually became sole heir, m. ThoMas FAIR FAx, of Walton, and had issue, William Fairfax, of Walton, from whom the Fairfaxes of Gilling Castle. (See Burke's Commoners, vol. ii. page 113.) Anne Fairfax, m. to — Maston. Claricia Fairfax, m. to William Palmes, of Naburn. (See BUR ke's Commoners, vol. i. page 611.) 11. Roger, m. the daughter of Sir Hugh Haigh, and had a son, Ambrose Malbie, who wedded Timothea, daughter of Sir John Pensuz, knt. and had a son and heir, Edward Malbie, who m. the daughter of Sir Hugh Coyney, knt. and d.s.p.

111. Hercules. The youngest son, (in whose descendants the representation of the family eventually merged), Hercules DE MALBie, wedded a daughter of Sir John Ferrers, of Tamworth Castle, and had a son and heir, Hercules de MAlbie, who m. Beckwith, one of the daughters of Sir William Bruce," lord of Uglebarby, descended from Sir Robert Brus, lord of Skelton Castle, in Cleveland, a noble Norman knight, ancestor of the Bruces, of Scotland, and had a son and heir, Nicholas Beckwith, who changed his name in pursuance of the marriage contract between his father and Beckwith Bruce, wherein it was stipulated that he should do so, or adopt the coat armour of that family, and it appears by the following documents that he preferred the former. “Be it known to all nobles where this present writing shall come, be seen or heard: whereas Hammon Beckwith, esq. son and heir of Nicholas Beckwith, was warned by the Earl Marshal of England, by a process that was dated from the aforesaid Earl Marshal's manor of Ryseing Castle, in the county of Norfolk, January 18th, in the thirteenth year of the reign of our sovereign lord the king, in the year of our Lord 1339, that the said Hamon Beckwith should usurp, and take unto him, a coat of arms, which was appertaining unto John, Lord Malbie; for which better use, by virtue of this process, we charge you, that you will appear at the now mansion-house, and manor of Saymor, before us, and bring with you all such evidence and records of arms, that we may allow, grant, and set our hands, to your teste and posterity for ever. And also that your appearance shall be the 14th day of October next coming, in the aforesaid year above written. “And the said Orator did appear at the said day appointed, and did bring with him such evidence; whereof one piece, bearing date from the 10th year of HENRY III., which was in the year of our Lord 1226, from one Hercules Malbie, the third son of Sir Simon Malbie, knt. which married the Lady Dame Beckwith Browse, one of the daughters of Sir William Browse, lord of Uglebarby, and certain lands in Pickering, that the said Hercules should change his name, or else his coat, and his posterity for ever; and so it was that the said Hercules changed his name from Malbie to Beckwith, and did hold his coat ; whereof I, the said Earl Marshal, Peter Mawlam, lord of de Luke, lord chamberlain to our sovereign lord King Edward III. and Henry, Lord Percy, Sir Robert Boynton, knt. and Sir William Acton, did see and allow of it in due proof, and the aforesaid coat to be his own, lineally descended; whereof we have set our hands and seals to the aforesaid teste, the day and year above written, in the presence of many.” This Nicholas Beckwith m. the daughter of Sir John Chaworth, knt. and was s. by his son, HAMox Beckwith, esq. who was seised of the lordship of Clint, bounding of the north side of Nid juxta Hampesthwait, and of Uglebarby, in Whitby-strand, certain lands in Pickering and Roxbie, with the manor of Beckwith and Beckwithshaw, 13th Edward III. A. D. 1339. He m. the daughter of Sir Philip Tilney, knt. and had, with a daughter Anne, the wife of William Frevile, esq. a son and successor,

• This Sir William de Bruce appears to have inherited a considerable portion of the lands granted by WilLiam the Conqueror to his ancestor, Sir Robert de Bruce, for we find that his danghter was heiress of Ugglebarby and Roxby, both of which places are mentioned amongst the possessions originally granted to Sir Robert de Bruce. Amongst those possessions are also named lands in “Leverton,” or “Levinton,” which must also have formed

part of the inheritance of Sir William de Bruce which was conveyed by his daughter's marriage to Sir Hercules de Malbie, and is now possessed by the lineal descendant of Sir Hercules, the present Colonel BeckwitH. of Trimdon. This estate is held by a feudal tenure, viz. that the eldest son of the possessor should hold the king’s stirrup whenever his majesty may come into the North Riding of Yorkshire.

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