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Thomas Alston, of Newton. Thomas, of Edwardston, was s. by his elder son, - Edward Alston, esq. of Edwardston, who m. Margaret, daughter of Arthur Penning, esq. of Kettleborough, in Suffolk, and was father of Sir Edward Alston, knt. of London, M. D. and President of the College of Physicians." Joseph Alston, esq. of Chelsea, created a baronet in 1681. Penning Alston, esq. of London. The elder son and heir, Willi AM Alston, esq. of Sayham Hall, m. Margery, daughter and co-heir of — Holmsted, esq. of Maplested, in Essex, by whom he had (with other children, whose lines all failed), W11.li AM, who m. a daughter of — Neuce, esq. of Hadham, in Hertfordshire, and was father of Willi AM, of the Inner Temple, who was seated at Marlesford, in Suffolk. He m. Avise, daughter and co-heir of Jeffry Pitman, esq. of Woodbridge, and had issue, SAMUEL, his heir. Thomas, of the Inner Temple, who died s. p. Avise, m. to Sir Thomas Foster, knt. son of the Lord Chief Justice Foster. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Mann, esq. of the Inner Temple, Usher of the Rolls. Mary, who d. unm. He d. in 1641, and with his wife lies interred in Marlesford Church. He was s. by his elder son, SAMUEL Alston, esq. of Marlesford, who m. Alice, daughter of Francis Nicholson, esq. of Chapelle, in Essex, and had a son, SAMUEL Alston, esq. of Marlesford, who wedded Elizabeth, daughter of Gregory Wescomb, esq. of Eltham, in Kent, and had a son and three daughters. Willi AM Alston, of Gray's Inn. Thox. As. The younger son, Thomas Alston, esq. of Polstead, in Suffolk, wedded Frances, daughter of Simon Blomevill, or Blomfield, esq. of Monk's Illey, in the same county, and by her (who survived him, and m. secondly, Sir John Temple, knt. of Stantonbury, Bucks.) had issue, William, of the Inner Temple, d. unm. buried at Odell, 1637. Thomas, of the Inner Temple: of him presently. Edward (Sir), of the Inner Temple, and of Strixton, in Northamptonshire. He had the honour of knighthood conferred upon him, and m. Es. ther, daughter of Sir William Ashcombe, of Ascot, in Oxfordshire, by whom he had Thomas, d. unm. John, d. unm. Charles, in holy orders, D.D. archdeacon of Essex, d. in 1714, unm. Catharine, m. to — Wiseman, of Northamp. tonshire.
John, of the Inner Temple, and of Pavenham, in Bedfordshire, m. Dorothy, daughter of Sir John Temple, knt. of Stanton, Bucks, and had William, m. to a daughter of — Brooks, and d. s. p. Thomas. Edward. John, m. Anne, daughter of — Wallis. Frances, m. to Edward Reynolds. Elizabeth, m. to William Crofts. Mary, m. to John Lennan. Dorothy, m. to Thomas Wells. Sarah. Frances, m. to William Lord Monson. The second but eldest surviving son, 1. Sir Thomas Alsto N, knt. of Odell, in the county of Bedford, high sheriff in 1641, was created a BA RoNET by King CHARLEs I. 13th June, 1642. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Rowland St. John, K. B. and had issue, Thomas, who d. at Oxford in his father's lifetime, 2nd June, 1668, aged twenty-two, unm. Row LAND, successor to his father.
Frances, m. to Sir John Pickering, of Titchmarsh, in Northamptonshire. Elizabeth, m. first, to Stavely Stanton, esq. of Birchmoor, in the county of Bedford ; and, secondly, to Montague Pickering, esq. brother of Sir John. He d. in 1678, and was s. by his only surviving son, 11. Sir Row LAND Alston, who wedded Temperance, second daughter of Thomas, second Lord Crew, of Stene, by whom (who outlived him, and m. secondly, Sir John Wolstonholme, knt. of Forty Hill, in Enfield, Middlesex) he had issue, Thomas, his successor. Row LAND, heir to his brother. Vere-John, in holy orders, rector of Odell, died in 1762, aged seventy-seven, having had, by Sarah his wife, who predeceased him, an only daughter, Tew PERA Ncr:, who m. the Rev. Arthur Bed. ford, vicar of Sharnbrook and Poddington, in Bedfordshire, and dying vita patris, in 1742, aged twenty-six, left two daughters, viz. 1. Te MPER ANce, who m. the Rev. Daniel Shipton, of Husborn Crawley, Bedfordshire, rector of Wavendon, Bucks, and had an only daughter and heiress, CHAR Lott E. Shipton, m. in 1807, Robert-Charles Orlebar, esq. and has six sons and three daughters. 2. Ann, m. to John Kent, esq. of Wavendon, and had a son, John Kent. Mary, m. to Mr. Serjeant James Selby, of Wavendon, and was mother of Thomas-James Selby, esq. of Wavendon and Whaddon Hall, who died s. p. Elizabeth, m. first, to General Stuart, and, secondly, to Mr. Rowe. Anne, m. to Richard Mead, M.D. of Harrold, in Bedfordshire, and d. s. p. Sir Rowland d. in 1698, and was s. by his eldest son, 111. Sir Thow as Alston, who d. unm. in 1714, and was s. by his brother,
* This eminent person m. Susan, daughter of Christopher Hudson, esq. of Norwich, and had two daughters, MARY, m. to Sir John Langham, second baronet of Cottesbroke, in Northamptonshire, and had an only child, MARY LANG HAM, who wedded Henry Booth,
Earl of Warrington. Peerage). SARAH, m. first, to George, eldest son of Sir Harbottle Grimstone, bart. ; secondly, to John, fourth Duke of Somerset ; and, thirdly, to Henry Lord Colerain, and died issueless.
(See BURRE's Ertinct
This was a branch of the family of Alston, baronets of Odell, in Bedfordshire, springing from TFox as Alston, esq. of Edwardston, in Suffolk, second son of Edward Alston, of Sayham Hall, in the *** county. This Thomas left by his first wife, DoFothy, daughter and coheir of — Holmsted, esq. of Ma. Plested, in Essex, an only son, Edward AlsroN, esq. of Edwardston, who m. Mar. garet, daughter and heir of Arthur Penning, esq. of Kettleborough, in Suffolk, and had issue, Edward, (Sir) of London, an eminent physician, and President of the College of Physicians, who m. Susan, daughter of Christopher Hudson, esq. of Norwich, and had two daughters, his coheirs, namely, Mary, m. to Sir John Langham, (second) baronet of Cottesbroke, in Northamptonshire, and had an only child, Many LANGHAM, who wedded Henry Booth, Earl of Warrington (see Burke's Er. tinct Peerage). Sarah, m. first to George, eldest son of Sir Harbottle Grimstone, bart. ; secondly, to John, fourth Duke of Somerset; and thirdly, to Henry, Lord Colerain. Her grace died without issue. ****, of whom presently. Penning, of London. *** **, and eventual continuator of the male *** Alstos, esq. of Chelsea, was created a ba***th January, 1681. He m. Mary, daughter and
coheir of Mr. Crookenberg, a Dutch merchant, residing at Bergen-op-Zoom, with whom he obtained the large fortune at that period of £12,000. he subsequently purchased Bridewell Abbey, in the county of Bucks, and made it the residence of his family. He died in May, 1628, leaving issue, Joseph, his successor. Edward, m. Mary, daughter of Capt. Thompson, and had Joseph Isaac, b. at Edwardston, and commenced the erection of a new house there, but did not live to complete it. He m. Mary, daughter and coheir of Henry Seile, of London, and was s. by his son, Joseph, of Edwardston, who wedded Laurentia, only daughter and heir of the Rev. Charles Trumbull, LL.D. and niece of Sir William Trumbull, knt.* secretary of state to KING *illiam, and left one son and three daughters, viz. Joseph.
Margaret, m. to — Soame, esq. Anne, m. to the Right Rev. Doctor Hare, Bishop of Chichester. Charlotte. Clare, m. to John Witterong, esq. eldest son of Sir John Witterong, bart. of Rothampstead, in Hertfordshire. Mary, m. to James Clayton, esq. only son of Sir Thomas Clayton, knt. of La Vache, in the county of Buckingham, but had no issue. The elder son and heir, 11. Sir Joseph Alston, was seated at Bradwell Abbey, in Bucks. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Maurice Thompson, esq. and sister of John, first Lord Haversham, and had two sons, viz. Joseph, his heir. Edward, in holy orders, rector of Wivenhoe, m. Mrs. Elizabeth Wells, and had a daughter. He d. 14th March, 1688.9, at the age of forty-nine, was buried in the chancel of the church at Bradwell, and s. by his elder son, iii. Sir Joseph Alston, who m. in 1600, Penelope, daughter and co-heir of Sir Edward Evelyn, bart. of Long Ditton, in Surrey, and had issue, Joseph, | fourth and fifth baronets Evely N, Penelope, b. in 1604. Elizabeth, b. in 1701. Theodosia. Die Patris, a name given from the circumstance of the lady being born on her father's birth day. He was buried 20th January, 1715-16, and s. by his elder son, iv. Sir Joseph Alston, who m. Lucy, only daughter of Richard Thursby, es'1' but dying issueless, was s. by his brother, v. Sir EvelyN Alston, who m. in March, 1766, Mrs. May, of Mary la Bonne, but dying issueless in 1783, the Baronetcy became Extinct. The manor of Long Ditton, in Surrey, which he had inherited from the Evelyns, Sir Evelyn sold, previously to 1721, to Sir Peter King, afterwards Lord King.
Arms—See preceding article.
This family, which originally bore the name of L'Isle, and was seated at Broughton, in the county of Lincoln, is thus spoken of by Colli ER, in his historical dictionary: “Lionel Anderson, esq. lineally descended from the ancient family of the Andersons of Northumberland (as appears by a grant from Clarencieux), afterwards settled in Lincolnshire, from whom this Lionel is in the genealogy the seventeenth. Their first name was (as Sir Richard Anderson, the antiquarian, relates) L'Isle; but marrying an heiress, were obliged to take her name of Anderson. The chief seat of the family is Broughton (now enjoyed by Sir Stephen Anderson, bart.) in Lincolnshire : there are likewise three other branches of it, as, Sir Edmund Anderson, in Hertfordshire, Sir Richard, in Buckinghamshire, and Sir John, of Newcastle.” This family intermarried with several of the nobility, and a great many of the principal gentry of several counties; as that of Sheffield, Clinton, alias Fines, Sherwood, Butler, Beaumont, Booth, all noble houses, and as for commoners, they are related by marriage to the L’Estranges, Mounsons, Dallisons, Fitzwilliams, Cottons of Huntingdonshire, Constables of Yorkshire, Johnsons of Lancashire, and to several other families of figure and consideration. Of the family of L'Isle of Northumberland, was Robert L'Isle, who flourished in the reigns of HENRY IV. and HENRY V. and who, on marrying the heiress of ANDERson, took the name in place of his own. He was ancestor of HENRY ANDERson, who settled at Wrawbray, in the county of Lincoln, and left an only son, Edward ANDERson, esq. of Flixborough, in the same county, who had three sons, Thomas, whose line failed. Richard, d. unm. EDMUND. The youngest son, Sir EDM UND ANDERson, knt. an eminent lawyer in the time of Elizabeth, was lord chief justice of the Common Pleas from 1582 to 1605. He m. Magdalen, daughter of Christopher Smith, esq. of Annables, in Hertfordshire, and had issue, Edmund, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Inkpenn, esq. and died before his father, issueless. His widow wedded Sir Robert Bell, knt. of Upwell, in Norfolk. FRANc is, heir to his father. Willi AM, who m. Joan, daughter of Henry Essex, esq. of Lambourne, in Berks, and had an only son, Edwu ND, of Kilnwick Piercy, in the county of Lincoln, created a BA Rox ET in 1660 as Sir EDMUND ANDERson, of Broughton, and is
now (1836) represented by the Rev. Sir CHARLEs-John ANDERson, bart. of Broughton.
Margaret, m. to Sir Thomas Monson, knt. of Burton, in the county of Lincoln, master of the armory, and master falconer to King JAMEs I. M. P. for Great Grimsby, who was created a BA RoNET in 1611, by whom she had, with other children, SIR John Moxson, second baronet, direct ancestor of the Lords Moxson. Wii.i.1AM Monso N, who was created by Ch ARLEs I. Wiscou Nt CASTLEMAINE, in the peerage of Ireland, but being afterwards a party to the death of his royal master, he was degraded in 1661, and sentenced, with Sir Henry Mildmay and Sir Robert Wallop, to be drawn on a sledge with a rope about his neck, from the Tower to Tyburn and back again, and to be imprisoned in the Tower for life. Catherine, m. to Sir George Booth, knt. of Dunham Massie, in the county of Chester, who was created a B.A.Ronet 22nd May, 1611. She was Sir George's second wife, but mother of all his children, the eldest of whom, Sir George Booth, second baronet, was raised to the peerage 20th April, 1661, as BARox DeLAM ER E, of Dunham Massie. His lordship was one of the twelve members deputed by the House of Commons, in May, 1660, to convey the recall of King CHARLEs II. to his majesty, and the house voted him, on the 13th July following, the sum of # 10,000. Griseld, m. to Sir John Sheffield, knt. son and heir of Edmund, second Baron Sheffield of Butterwike, and Earl of Mulgrave, by whom she was mother of EDMUND Sheffield, second Earl of Mulgrave. The chief justice died 1st August, 1605, according to the following extract from the funeral certificate book of Willi AM CAMDEN, Clarencieur : “The right worshippfull, Sir Edmund Andersonne, knight, lord chiefejustice of the Common Pleas, departed this transitorie lyfe, the 1st August, 1605, in London, whose funeralls were solemnized the fifte of September, at Eyworth, in the countie of Bedford next following; Sir Francy's Andersonne, knt. somne and heyre to the defunct, being chiefe mourner, assisted by Sir Thomas Monson, Sir Stephen Some, Sir George Both, and Sir John Rotherham, knights; the standard borne by Mr. Robert Andersonne, the pennon by Mr. Roger Andersonn, esqs. ; healme and crest, borne by Holland, Portcullis. deputie for Mercurye Patten, bluemantle, sword and targe, by Mr. St. George, Norroy, cote-armour, by Mr. Camden, Clarencieux, king of armes of the province.” Sir Edmund's lady d. 9th January, 1622, and was buried in the church with him. He was s. by his elder surviving son, SiR FRANcis ANDERson, who had received the honor of knighthood from Queen Elizabeth. He on. first. Judith, daughter of Sir Stephen Soame, knt. lord mayor of London, and by her had two sons, EDM UND, his heir, of Stratton, in the county of Bedford, m. Alice, daughter and sole heir of Sir John Constable, knt.” of Dromby, in Yorkshire, and had an only daughter and heir, Doroth Y ANDERson, m. to John Cotton, esq. of Conington, in the county of Huntingdon, afterwards Sir John Cotton, bart.
* By his wife, Dorothy, daughter and co-heir (with her sister Alice, wife of the celebrated Sir Francis Ba
con, Wiscount St. Albans) of Benedict Barnham, esq. an alderman of the city of London.
He died, and was buried at Eyworth; his wife surviving him, became afterwards the second wife of Sir Thomas Cotton, bart. of Conington, father of the above Sir John. STEPHEN, of whom presently. Sir Francis wedded, secondly, Audrey, eldest daughter of Sir John Butler, bart. of Hatfield Woodhall, in the county of Hertford, afterwards, by creation, Lord Butler of Bramfield (see BURRE's Extinct Peerage), by whom (who survived him, and m. secondly, Francis Leigh, Earl of Chichester,) he had, with two daughters (Frances, who died unm. and –), a son, Joh N, of St. Ives, in Huntingdonshire, created a E ARox or 3rd January, 1628. He d. 22nd December, 1616, and was interred at Eyworth. His second son and eventual heir, STEPHEN ANDERson, esq. of Eyworth, m. Catherine, daughter of Sir Edwyn Sandys, knt. of Ombersley, in the county of Worcester, and had issue, Stephex, his heir. Francis, of Manby, in the county of Lincoln, who m. MARY, daughter of Charles Pelham, esq. of Brocklesby, in the same shire, and sister and eventual heiress of Charles Pelham, esq. and had issue, FRANcis, his heir. Eliza-Maria, m. to Thomas Whichest, esq. Charlotte, m. to Charles Reynolds, esq. of the Inner Temple. His son and heir, FRANcis ANDERson, esq. of Manby, m. 2nd February, 1747, Eleanor, daughter of Thomas Carter, esq. of Bossavern, in the county of Denbigh, and by her (who m. secondly, Robert Vyner, esq. of Gautby, in Lincolnshire) had, with other issue, CHARLEs, who assumed the surname and arms of Pelham, as heir to his great uncle, CHARLEs PELH AM, of Brocklesby, and was raised to the peerage, as B.A.Ron YAR bororo H, 13th August, 1791 (refer to BUR KE's Peerage and Baronetage). Edmund, d. 6th August, 1724, leaving issue. Edwin, left two sons, Edwin. Henry, of Lincolnshire. Penelope, on. to Sir William Glynne, bart. of Bisseter, in Oxfordshire. Mary, d. young. Catherine, Elizabeth, Judith, m. to John Lister, esq. of Bawtrey, in the county of York. Frances, d. unm. He was s. by his eldest son, 1. St Ephrx AN or Rson, of Eyworth, in the county of Bedford, and Broughton, in Lincolnshire, who was reated a BARox Er 13th July, 1664. Sir Stephen m. first, Mary, daughter of Sir John Glynne, knt. serjeant at law, and by that lady (who d. 25th February, loo had an only daughter, Anne, r. to Sir Willoughby Hickman, bart. of Gainsborough, in the county of Lincoln. He wedded, secondly, Judith, daughter of Sir John Lawrence, knt. an alderman of London, and had, *ith three daughters, Abigail, Penelope, and Catherine, who all died unm. an only son, his successor, at has derease, 9th January, 1707, 11. Six STEPHEN AN proso N, who wedded Anne, sely daughter of Sir Martin Lumley, bart. of Brad*ad." in Essex, and had issue, STEPHEN, his successor.
Edmund, of Magdalen College, Cambridge, d. unm. 9th February, 1766. Jonathan, d. unm. Henry, of the Inner Temple, barrister-at-law, died 18th March, 1761, unm. Anne, m. to the Rev. Doctor Anthony Ellis, rector of St. Olave's, Old Jewry, and prebendary of Gloucester, afterwards Bishop of Gloucester, who died 18th January, 1761. They had one daughter, Elizabeth-FRANCEs Ellis. Judith, d. unm. 29th January, 1740-1. Elizabeth, d. unm. Mary, m. to Justinian Isham, esq. grandson of Sir Justinian Isham, bart. of Lamport, in Northamptonshire, and became a widow 28th March, 1743. Frances, m. to Edward Radcliffe, esq. of Devonshire Square, London, a Turkey merchant, grandson of Sir Ralph Radcliffe, knt. of Hitchen, in Hertfordshire, and d. s. p. He died 21st October, 1740, was buried at Eyworth, and s. by his eldest son, 111. Sir STEPHEN ANDERson, who wedded Elizabeth, only daughter of Miles Barne, esq. of London, merchant, and had a son, Stephen, who died young. Dying himself in 1773, the title became Extinct. The estate of Eyworth reverted to the Andersons of Manby, whose representative is Lord Yarborough; and Broughton passed to Mr. Anderson Stephens.
Arms—Arg. a chev. between three crosses flory sa.
ANDERSON, OF ST. IVES. CoNFERRED 3rd Jan. 1628.—Extinct in 1630.
SiR FRANcis ANDERson, knt. of Eyworth, eldest surviving son and heir of the lord chief justice Sir Edmund Anderson, married, for his second wife, Audrey, eldest daughter of Sir John Butler, bart. of Hatfield Woodhall, in the county of Hertford, subsequently, by creation, Lord Butler of Bramfield, by whom he had, with two daughters, an only son,
John ANDERson, esq. of St. Ives, in Huntingdonshire, who was created a BA Ron ET 3rd January, 1628, but dying without issue in 1630, the title became exti Nct.
Arms—As Anderson, of Eyworth.
ANDERSON, OF PENLEY. CREATED 3rd July, 1643.−Extinct 16th Aug. 1690.
31ineage. SIR HENRY ANDERson, knt. alderman of London, and sheriff in 1602, married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Bowyer, knt. and had issue, Rich ARD, his heir. Catherine, m. to Sir John Dereham, knt. Elizabeth, m. to Thomas Cowley, esq. of London, and d. s. p. Frances, m. to Robert Needham, esq. of Sherington, Salop. Sarah, m. to Sir Charles Wilmot, afterwards Wiscount Athlone. Mary, m. to Sir John Spencer, bart. of Osley.
* By his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Jonathan Dawes, knt. alderman of London.
Sir Henry d. in 1605, and was s. by his son, Sir Richard ANDerson, who m. Mary, daughter of Robert, Lord Spencer of Wormleighton, and dying in 1653, was s. by his son, 1. HENRY ANDERson, esq. of Penley, in the county of Hertford, who was created a B.A.Ron ET by King CHARLEs I. on the 3rd July, 1643. Sir Henry m. first, Jacomina, daughter of Sir Charles Caesar, knt. of Benington, Herts; and, secondly, Mary, daughter of Sir William Lytton, knt. He d. aged forty-five, 7th July, 1658, was buried at Tring, and s. by his son, 11. Sir Richard ANDERson, who m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Hewit, bart. of Pishiobury, in Hertfordshire, and sister and co-heir of George, Wiscount Hewit, of the kingdom of Ireland, by whom he had issue, Rich ARD, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Spencer, esq. of Derbyshire, but died s. p. in the lifetime of his father; his widow became the second wife of the Lord Chancellor (Simon first Wiscount) Harcourt. Elizabeth, m. to Simon HARcount, esq. clerk of the crown, eldest son of Were Harcourt, D. D. archdeacon of Nottingham, and prebendary of Lincoln, by whom she had (with three daughters, who all d. unm.), 1. HeNRY HARcourt, who s. his father 30th March, 1724, and became “ of PEN LEY ;” he m. Frances, only daughter and heir of Nathaniel Bard, esq." and had Richard-BARD, his heir. John, who d. 14th August, 1748. Henry, rector of Warbleton and Crowhurst, in Sussex. Elizabeth. Ernestina. Louisa. Melusina. Anne. Persiana. Henry Harcourt d. 9th November, 1741, and was s. by his eldest son, Rich ARD-BARD HARcourt, of Penley, who m. Rachel, daughter of Albert Nesbit, esq. and had a son, HENRY HARcourt. 2. Richard Harcourt, m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Richard Harcourt, knt, and had two children, viz. Richard Harcourt, of Wigsel, in Sussex, who m. Phoeby, daughter of Sir Charles Palmer, bart. of Dorney Court, Bucks, and had two daughters, Phoeby, m. to Anthony Sawyer, esq. Elizabeth. Anne Harcourt, m. to Sir Charles Palmer, bart. of Dorney Court. He wedded, secondly, a daughter of — Banister, esq. and by her had two other daughters, Elizabeth and Jane. 3. Simon Harcourt. Sir Richard Anderson wedded, secondly, Mary, elder daughter of the Right Hon. John Methuen, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, temp. King Willi AM and Queen ANNE. She was widow of Humphrey Simpson, esq. and outliving Sir Richard, without issue by him, she m-thirdly, Sir Brownlow Sherrard, bart. Sir Richard d. 16th August, 1699, when the estate of Penley devolved upon his only surviving daughter, Elizabeth, who conveyed it to her husband, Simon Harcourt,
* By his wife, Persina, daughter and sole heir of Henry Bard, Wiscount Belmont, in the peerage of Ireland. t From a second son of the same family descend the
Willi AM ANDERson, esq. of Dantzic, merchant, born in Scotland, married Lucy, daughter of Sheldon, and had issue, ANDREw, of Dantzic, who died in 1772, without issue. Joh N-WI LLIAM, of whom presently. Anne, died unm. Elizabeth, m. to Lieutenant Colonel Gunther, of Dantzic. Lucy, m. to Andrew Scott, merchant, of Dantzic. Louisa, m. to John Simpson, merchant, of Berlin, and had a son, George. Mr. Anderson died about the year 1749. 80n, 1. Joh N-WILLIAM ANDERson, esq. of Mill Hill, in Middlesex, born at Dantzic in 1735-6, filled the civic chair of the city of London in 1798, and was created a RARox ET 14th May, 1798. He married, in 1762, Dorothy, daughter and co-heiress of Charles Simkins, esq. of Devizes, but dying without issue, in 1813, the honour became Extinct.