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ANGLESEY, MARQUIS OF. (paget.)

Henry Paget, Marquis of Anglesey, Earl of Uxbridge, Co. Middlesex, and Baron Paget of Beaudesert, Co. Stafford, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet in Ireland, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Anglesey; P.C., b. 6 July 1797. succeeded 28 April 1854, m. 1st, in Scotland, 5 Aug. 1819, and in London, 8 Feb. 1820, Eleanora, 2nd daughter of the late Colonel John and Lady Charlotte Campbell,—see Argyll, b. 21 May 1799, d. 3 July 1828; 2ndly, 27 Aug. 1833, Henrietta-Maria, 4th daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B.,—see Bagot, b. Sept. 1815, d. 22 March 1844. His Lordship has issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Eleonora-Caroline, 4. 13 May 1820, d. 17 Nov. 1848, having m.

4 Feb. 1847, Sandford Grabam, Esq., now Sir Sandford Graham, Bart.,

of Kirkstall, Yorkshire. 2,Henry-William-George, Earl of Uxbridge, M.P., 4. !) Dec. 1821, m. 7

June 1845, Sophia, 2nd daughter of the late James Eversfield, Esq., of

Denne Park, Sussex.

3 Lady Constance-Henrietta, 4. 22 Jan. 1823, Viscountess Maidstone.—

See WinchIlsea.

by 2nd marriage:

4 A son, 4. 4, d. 8, May 1834.

5 Lord Henry, Cornet Queen's Own Royal Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalrv,

4. 25 Dec. 1835.

6 Lady Alice-Emily, 4. 26 Oct. 1837, d. 29 Jan. 1839.

7 Lord Alexander-Victor, Ensign 3rd Staffordshire Militia, b. 25 April

1839.

8 A ion, still-born, 12 July 1840.

9 Lady Florence-Cecilia, 4. Aug. 1842.

10 Lord Berkeley-Charles Sydney, b. 5 March 1844. His Lordship's father, Field-MarsharHENRY-WiLLMiw, First Marquis, K.G., G.C.B., Knight of the Foreign Orders of the Guelpbs of Hanover, Maria-Theresa of Austria, St. George of Russia, and William of the Netherlands, was 4. 17 May 1768, succeeded as Earl 13 March 1812, and d. 28 April 1854; having m. 1st, 25 July 1795, Lady Caroline-Elizabeth Villiers, 3rd daughter of George, 4th Earl of Jersey 4. 16 Dec. 1774, which marriage was dissolved by the Scotch Courts in 1810, and her Ladyship m. 2ndly, George-William, 6th Duke of Argyll, and d. 16 June 1835; the Marquis also m. 2ndly, in 1810, Lady Charlotte Cadogan, 2nd daughter of Charles, 1st Earl Cadogan, whose marriage with the Right-Hon. Sir Henry Wellesley, late Lord Cowley, had been previously dissolved by Act of Par—nt, 4. 12 July 1781, d. 8 July 1853. The Marquis had issue, by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Caroline, 4. 6 June 1796, Duchess of Richmond.

2 Henry, Present And Second Marquis.

3 Lady Jane, 4. 13 Oct. 1798, Marchioness Conyngham.

4 Lady Georgiana, 4. 29 Aug. 1800, Lady Crofton.

5 Lady Augusta, 4. 26 Jan. 1802, Dowager Lady Templemore.

6 Lord William, 4.1 March 1803, m. 22 Jan. 1827, Fanny, only daughter of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir Francis de Rottenburgh, and has issue,

1 A 'oh, still-born,20 Jan. 1828. 2 William-Henry, b. 13 March 1820. 3 Fredorick-George-Charles, Lieut. R.N., b. 14 Jan. 1831. 4 Charles

Augustus-Francis, Lieut. R.N., 4. 17 March 1832, m. 8 Sept. 1897, Emily-
Anna, eldest daughter of Robert-S. Palmer, Esq.

7 Lady Agnes, 4. 11 Feb. 1804, rf. 9 Oct. 1845; having m. 7 Marcb 1829,

the Right Hon. George Stevens Byng, now Viscount Enfield.—See Strafford.

8 Lord Arthur, b. 31 Jan. 1805, d. 28 Dec. 1825.

by 2nd marriage:

9 Lady Emilv-Caroline, b. 4 March 1810, Viscountess Sydney.

10 Lord Clarence-Edward, Captain R.N., C.B., and M.P., 4.17 June 1811, m.

17 April 1852, Martha-Stuart, youngest daughter of the late Admiral Sir Robert-Waller Otway, Bart., and G.C.B, and has issue,

1 Fitz-Koy-Richard-Clarenoe, b. 13 Aug. 18S3. 2 Alma-Martha, b. 3 Oct. 1854. 3 A daughter, 4. 26 July 1868.

11 Lady Mary, 4. 16 June 1812, Countess of Sandwich.

12 Lord Alfred, b. 4, d. 17, May 1815.

13 Lieut.-Colonel Lord Alfred-Henry, M.P., Chief Equerry to her'Majesty,

and Clerk Marshal in the Royal Household, b. 29 June 1816, m. 8 April 1847, Cecilia, 2nd daughter of the late George-Thomas Wyndham, Esq., of Cromer Hall, Norfolk, by the present Countess of Listowell, and lias issue,

1 Victoria - Alexandrina, to whom Iter Majesty stood sponsor, 6. 21 April 1849. 2 Evelyn-Cecilia, 6.16 July 184!). 3 Arthur-Henry, 6. 1 March 1851. 4 Alfred Wyndham, A. 26 March 1832. 5 GeorgeThomas-Cavendish, b. 24 May 1853. 6 A son, b. 13 Oct. 1834. 7 A daughter, b. 1 March 1856.

14 Colonel Lord George-Augustus-Frederick, C.B., and Officer of the Legion

of Honour, and a Brigadier-General in Turkey, 4. 16 March 1818, m.
27 Feb. 1854, his cousin Agnes-Charlotte, 5th daughter of the late
Right-Hon. Sir Arthur Paget, G.C.B.,—see below, and has issue,
A son, b. 26 Sept. 1856.

15 Lady Adelaide, 4. Jan. 1820, m. 29 Nov. 1851, the Hon. Frederick-Wil

liam Cadogan.—See Cadogan.

16 Lord Albert-Augustus-William, 4. Dec. 1821, rf. April 1822.

17 Lord Albert-Arthur, 4. 29 May 1823, rf. an infant.

18 Lady Eleanor, 4. 21 May 1825, rf. an infant.

Creations.—Baron Paget (by writ) 1530, Earl of Uxhridge 1784, and Marquis of Anglesey
1815. Bart. 1730.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Peril suo contrario r By its reverse.
Town Residence.

Seats.— Beaudesert Park, Staffordshire; Plas-Newyd, Isle of Anglesey; and Stalbridge,
Dorsetshire.

Collateral Branches.

[Uncles and Aunts of the present Peer, issue of Henry, 1st Earl of Uxbridge.]

1 Ron. William, Capt. R N., b. 22 Dec. 1769, d. at sea, mm. in 1795.

2 Right Hon. Sir Arthur. O.C.B., b. 15 Jan. 1771, rf. 26 July 1840; having m. 16 Feb. 1809, Lady Augusta Fane, 2nd daughter of John, 10th Earl of Westmoreland, whose m. with John, Lord Borlngdon, afterwards Earl of Morley, was dissolved by Act of Parliament 14 Feb. 1309, and by her, who was 4. 17 March 1786, he had issue:

1 Leopoldina, d. young.

2 Stewart-Henry, Police Magistrate at
Gibraltar, b. 30 May 1811, m. 27 Feb.
1834, Charlotte-Jemima, 4th daughter of
the Into Sir Robert Williams, Bart., and
has issue,

1 Arthur-Cecil, b. 1839.
2, kc, four daughters.

3 Julia, b. 10 Feb. 1414. d. 6 Oct. 1830.

4 Laura-Caroline-Jane, b. 24 Oct. 1816, L dy Templemore.

5 Cecil-Augustus, b. 10 Jan. 1819, rf. 10 May 1838.

6 Amelius, b. 3 May 1821, d. In China, 19 June 1843.

7 Augustus-Berkeley, Secretary of Legation at Lisbou, b. 16 April 1823.

8 Rosa-Maria, b. 1 Jan. 1825, m. 10 March 1842, Lieut.-Col. John Douglas, C.B., 11th Hussars, younger, of Glenflnart, Argyleshire.

9 Agnes-Charlotte, 5. 25 Dec. 1830, Lady George Paget,—see above.

3 Lady Caroline, b. 6 Feb. 1773, d. 9 July

1847; having m. 2 April 1792, the Ron. JohnThomas Capet, see Esstx, who d. 5 March 1819.

4 tody Jane, b. 1 Sept. 1774, d. 30 June 1842, late Countess of Galloway.

5 Hon. Gen. Sir Edward,'G.C.B., b. 3 Nov. 1775, d. 13 May 1849; having as. 1st, 22 May 1805, the Hon Frances Bagot, 4th daughter of William, 1st Lord Bagot, 4. 9 Nov. 1785. d. In childbed 30 May 1806; 2ndly, 22 Feb. IBIS, Lady Harriet Legge, 4th daughter of George, 3rd Earl of Dartmouth, b. 7 Sept. 1790, d. 11 March 1855. Sir Edward's Issue are,

1 Rev. Francis-Edward, Rector of Elford, Staffordshire, b. 24 May 1806, m. 2 June 1840, Fanny, daughter of the late Rev. William Chester, nephew of the 1st Lord Bagot, by the Hon. Eliza

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3 Frances-Jane, 4. 2 May 1817, Dowager-Marchioness of Ormonde.

4 Henrietta-Mary, 4. 2 March IMS.

5 Lieut. -Col. Patrick-Lewis-Cole, Scots Fusilier Guards, 5. 10 Feb. 1820, nr. 23 Oct. 1855. Prances, youngest daughterof the Rev. Richard Garth, of Morden and Faraham, Surrey.

6 Charlotte-Louisa, 4. 21 Feb. 1821.

7 Barbara, b. 1822, d. an infant.

8 Caroline, 4. 9 Oct. 1823, m. 15 Dec. 1853, the lion, and Rev. John VenablesVernon.—See Vkhnon.

9 A son, still-born, 9 Dec. 1826.

10 Rev. Edward-Heneage, A. 23 July 1828, m. 20 Nov. 1*66, the Hon. EmmaMary Eden, 3rd daughter of Lord Auckland, Bishop of Bath and Wells.

11 Mary-Georgiana, b. I Aug. 1829.

6 Lady Louisa, b. 26 March 1777, d. 23 Jan. 1842; having m. 1st, 5 March 1801, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Janus Erskine, Bart., who d. 3 March 1825; and 2ndly, 1826, the Right-Hon. Gen. Sir George Murray, G.C.B., which distinguished officer was b. in 1772, and d. 28 July 1846.

7 Hon. Vice-Admirai Sir Charles, G.C.H., b. 7 Oct. 1778, d. on duty In the West Indies, 27 Jan. 1839, m. 7 March 1805, Elizabeth-Aratninta, 2nd daughter and co-heir of the late Henry Monck, Esq., of Fowre, Co. Westmeath, by Lady Elizabeth Gore,— see Ark An. by whom, who d. 17 Aug. 1843, he had issue:

1 Charlet-Henry, Capl. R If., b. 15 July 1806, d. May 1845; having m. 1st, Jan. 1836, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Annals, who d. 27 Sept. 1839; and 2ndly, 24 Jan. 1840, Emily-Caroline, daughter of the late Henry M'Clintock, Esq., by whom (who m. 2ndly, 19 July 1848, J.Ballard Gardiner, Esq,) he has left

1 Charles-Hcnry-Monck, 4. May 1842. 2 Allred Fitzclarence, 4. Sept. 1844. 3 BerkeleyEdward-hhn, b. posthumous, 12 Sept. 1845, d. 14 Oct. 1855.

2 Elizabeth-Jane, *. 2 Aug. 1807, m. 25 March 1845, William Beraers, Esq., late Capt. Royal Artillery.

3 Caroline, b. 24 July 1808, m. 10 Dec. 1832, the Hon. Algernon Capel. — See

4 Louisa-Augusta, 4. 28 Jan. 1810, m. 2 Aug. 1828, William-Augustus Broadbead, Esq., b. 30 Oct. 1802.

5 Rev. Edward, b. 26 July 1811, m. Oct. 1841, Emma, daughter of the late Gen. Thewles.

6 Horatio-Henry, b. 16 July 1813, d. 30 April 1828.

7 Georgian a, b. 14 June 1815, m. 8 April 1841, Capt. William-Hugh Kennedy, R.N.

8 Brownlouj-Henry, Lieut. R.N., 4. 8 May 1819,./. at sea in 1843.

9 Frederica-Georgiana-Augusta, b. 3 Oct. 1822, d. 12 Sept. 1835.

10 Jane-Frances.Elizabeth, b. 31 July

1824, m. 1st, 19 Aug. 1845, John Home,
Esq., of Thorley Lodge, Herts., who d. 9
Jan. 1850; and 2ndly, 1851, Major Philip-
Sambrook Crawley, Capt. Coldstream
Guards.

8 Hon. Berkeley, b. 2 Jan. 1780, d. 26 Oct. 1842; having m. 22 Nov. 1804, Sophia-Aikell, daughter of the late Hon. William-Bucknall Grimston,—see Verulam, *• 25 Feb. 1784, by whom he had issue,

1 Gertrude-Jane, b. 12 Dec. 1805, Dowager Viscountess Guillamore.

2 Colonel Frederick, b. 9 March 1807, in. 26 Nov. 1856, Maria-Georgiana, eldest danghter of Charles. Pascoe Grenfell, Esq., by Lady-Georgiana Molyneux,— see Seftok, Colls., b. 13 May 1820.

3 Eleanor, b. 2 May 1808, m. 8 Oct.

1825, Sir William-George-Hylton JoUlffe, Bart., M.P., 4. 7 Dec. 1800.

4 Captain Catesby, 4. 29 Nov. 1809, m. 1st, 28 Aug. 1839, Florrnda-Frances, eldest daughter of the late Captain Thomas Monck Mason, R.N., who d. 28 Feb. 1842; and 2ndly. 23 Oct. 1851, Adelaide, eldest daughter of the late Hon. and Rev. Miles-John Stapleton.— See Le-despencer. He has issue,

1 Berkeley, h. 9 Feb. 1841.=

2 Ruth-Anne, 6. July 1852.

5 Hon. Matilda-Susannah, late a Maid of Honour to the Queen, b. 7 Julyl811.

6 Leopold-Grimston, Captain Royal Artillery, 6. 9 July 1824, m. 3 Nov. 1846, Georgiana-Theodosia, only child of the Kev. John-Fitz-Moore Halsey, of Gaddesdeu Park, Herts, and has had issue,

1 A ton, b. and d. 18 Sept. 1848. 2 Harold, 5. 9 Sept. 1849. 3 Claude, b. 3 Oct. 1851. 4 Cecil-George, b. 19 June 1853. 5 Alwyn-de-Blaquiere-Valentine, b. 14 Feb. 1855. 6 A son, b. 18 Aug. 1836.

7 Lennox, b. 21 Aug. 1826, ./. 26 June 1827.

9 Lady Charlotte, b. 26 Oct. 1781, d. 26 Jan. 1817, late Countess of Enniskillen.

10 Lady Mary, b. 9 April 1783, d. 29 April 1835, late Lady Graves.

11 Hon. Broumloui, b. 19 March 1787, d. April 1797.

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ANNESLEY, EARL. (annesley.)

William - Richard Anneslev, Earl Annesley, Viscount Glerawly, Co. Fermanagh, and Baron Annesley, of Castle-Wellan, Co. Down, in the Peerage of Ireland; Deputy Lieutenant of the Co. Down, b. «1 Feb. 1830, succeeded 25 Aug. 1838.

His Lordship's father, William-richard, third Earl, was 4. 16 July 1772, succeeded 9 Nov. 1824, and d. 25 Aug. 1838, having m. 1st, 19 May 1803, Lady Isabella St.-Lawrence, 2nd daughter of William, 2nd Earl of Howth. This marriage was dissolved by Act of Parliament in 1820, and her Ladyship d. April 1827. The Earl m. 2ndly, 15 .luly 1828, Phiscilla-cecilia, now Countess Dowager, 2nd daughter of the late Hugh Moore, Esq., of Eglantine House, Downshirc. His Lordship's issue were,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Mary, ft. March 1804, d. 24 Dec. 1837, having m. 16 Feb. 1828,

William-John M'Gwire, JSiy., deceased, of Rostrevor, Downshire.
by 2nd marriage:

2 A son, still-born April 1829.

3 Wlt.LIAM-RlCHARD, PRESENT AND FOURTH EARL.

4*Hon. Hugh, Capt. Scots. Fus. Guards, M.P., 4. 26 Jan. 1831.

5 Hon. Robert, 4. 10, d. 12 March 1833.

6 Hon. Robert-John, Lieutenant Wth Hassan, 4. 15 Feb. 1834, d. of cho

lera, in the East, 28 Sept. 1854.

7 Hon. Arthur, Lieut. Gren. Guards, 4. 20 Sept. 1835.

8 Hon. George, b. 22 Feb. 1837.

9 Hon. William-Octavius-Beresford, 4. posthumous, 29 Nov. 1838.

Creations—Baron 1758, Viscount 1760, and Earl 1789.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Virtutis araore: By the love of virtue.
Town Residence—25, Norfolk Street, Park Lane.
Seats.—Castle-Wellan; and Donard Lodge, Co. Down.

Collateral

[Uncles and Auntaof the present Peer, issue of Richard, second Earl.]

1 Hon. Robert, b. 1 June 1773,d. 11 April 1825; having m. Mary-A nne, daughter of James Gandon, Esq., of Cannonbrook, Ireland, by whom, who was 4. in 1772, and d. 31 March 1845,he had issue,

1 James, Consul at Amsterdam, m. 21 June 1828, Clementine, daughter of the Baron de Brockbausen, of Prussia, and has issue,

1 William-Richard, Capt- 07th foot, 4. 23 Hay 1827. 2 AnnaClementina, 4.'25 July 1828 . 3 Arthur Adolphus, 4. 23 Feb. 1833. 4 James - O'Donel, Ensign 68th Foot, b. 3 Dec. 1834. 5 A son,

A. 13 Feb. 1845.

2 Francis-Charles, m. 5 Feb. 1830, Harriet, daughter of John Bolton, Esq.

3 Mary-Anne, d. 0 Nov. 1821, having m. 5 July 1820, Stepney Cowell, Esq., K.H., late Lieut.-Colonel Culdstream Guards.

4 Catherine, d. 27 April 1822, having m. 5 July 1820, the Rev. J. Mahon.

5 George-Robert-Lnmbert.a Lieut, in the Austrian Service, m. II July 1844, Millicent-Murruy, daughter of the late Milcs-Mundy French, Esq., and baa issue,

1 A son, 4. 21 April 1845.

2 A son, 4. 1 Dec. 1851.

3 A daughter, 4. Jan. 1854.

2 Hon. Gen. Arthur GnovE-AtfNBsLxr,b. 23 Sept. 1774, d. 7 Nov. 1840; having m. 28 Dec. 1814, Elizabeth, only daughter of John Mahon, Esq., of Bessborough, Co. Tipperary, by Lady Charlotte Browne, sister of the 1st Marq. of Sligo, by whom he had issue,

1 Richard Gbovk-anneslev, Esq., 4. 2 Dec. 1815. 2 Mary, b. 3 Feb. 1817, m.21 April 1835,Captain Warden Flood. 3 John-Charles, 4. 28 Oct. 1810. 4 Arthur-Fitz-Arthur, 4. 19 June 1822. 5 Charlotte-Elizabeth, b. 7 Aug. 1823, d. 26 March 1842, having m. 20 Aug. 1840, Loftus-Henry Bland, Esq., M P., Bar.-at-Law. 6 . Georgina, b. 3 Oct. 1824, m. 20 Aug. 1810, George White West, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. 7 William, Lieutenant fith Foot,*. 12 Feb. 1826. 8 Elizabeth, 6. 26 Aug. 1827. 0 Frances-St.-Lawrence, ft. 12 Oct. 1820, m. Oct. 1850,

Brantfjrs.

George - Montgomery Vnughan, Esq., of Quilly, Co. Down. 10 HenryRobert, A. 22 April 1831. 11 LouisaAugusta, ft. 2 Oct. 1834. 12 Margaret-Browne, ft. 7 June 1839. 13 Catherine, ft. 19 Jan. 1842.

3 Hon. FrancUs-Chartes, Cavt. R.1V., 4.25 Nov. 1775, d. 5 Aug. 1832, having m. 31 July 1813, Mary, daughter of William Ratcliffe, Esq., by whom (who m. 2ndly, April 1834, the Rev. J. Dickson) he had issue:

1 Richard-Arthur, ft. 21 Nov. 1814, and d. Aug. 1856; having m. 17 Dec. 1836, Frances, youngest daughter of Captain Barnwell.

2 Stephen - Francis-Charles, Capt. 10th Foot, ft. 21 Nov. 1817, m. July 1851, Henrietta Selina, dau. of the Rev. William Annesley, of Ardilca,—see below; and has issue,

1 A daughter, ft. 1852. 2 A

daughter, ft. 1853. 3 A son,

4. Oct. 1S55.

3 Francis-Charles, Capt. 60th Rifles, 4. 30 June 1819, d. 30 May 1851; having m. without issue.

4 Catherine-Marv. 4. 14 Jan. 1822, m. 12 June 1856, William-Nevin Wallace, Esq.

5 Robert-Michael-Smith, 4. 21 Nov. 1825.

6 Anna - Maria - Wilhelmina, 4. 26 Sept. 1827, m. July 1840, Owen-Phibba Knott, Esq., Commander, R.N.

7 Elizabeth-Catherine, ft. 8 Dec. 1828, m. Oct. 1854, Randall Howe, Esq.

8 William-Henry, Lieut. R.N., 4. 4 Oct. 1830.

4 Lady Catherine, d. 17 July 1830, having m. Jan. 1801, Sir Neal O'Donel, Bart., wborf. 1 March 1827.

5 Lady Anna - Maria, d. 20 March 1835, havingm. the Rev. George-Henry-M'Dowell Johnstone, of Ballywillwill, Co. Down.

[Issue of the Hon. and Very Rev. William Annesley, Dean of Down, Uncle of the late Earl.l

1 Marcus John, fa. 1st, Dec. 1803, Caroline, daughterof the late Ferdinando Smith, Esq., of the Grange, Salop, who is deceased i and 2ndlv, 1 Sept. 1853, Frances, widow of Lambert Middleton, Esq. He has issue by first marriage,

1 Jane-Amelia, 4. 4 Sept. 1805. 2

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ANTRIM, EARL OF. (kerb.) Mark M'donnell, Earl of Antrim and Viscount Dunluce, in the Peerage of Ireland; a Commander in the Royal Navy, b. April 1814, succeeded 19 July 1855, assumed for himself and his issue the name of M'Donnell only, by Royal Sign Manual, 8 Nov. 1855, m. 27 Sept. 1849, Jane-Emma- H;i ninth, 2nd daughter of the late Major Macau, of Carriff, Co. Armagh, and has issue,

1 •William Randal, Viscount Duniuce, 4. 8 Jan. 1851.

2 Hon. Mark-Henry-Horace, 4. 18 Aug. 1852.

3 Lady Caroline-Elizabeth, b. 23 Nov. 1853.

4 Hon. Hugh-Seymour, 4. 18 July 1855.

5 Hon. Alexander, 4. 23 June 1857.

Hi» Lordship's mother, Charlotte, The Late Cocntbss, third Peer of the new creation, was 4.12 Aug. 1779, succeeded her sister 30 June 1834, and a*. 26 Oct. 1835, baring m. 18 July 1799, Vire-Ailmiral Lord Mark-Robert Kerr, 3rd son of William-John, 5th Marquis of Lothian, 4. 12 Nov. 1776, by whom, who d. 9 Sept. 1840, she had issue:

1 Lady Letitia-Louisa, 4. 20 May 1800.

2 Sidnty-Augusta, 4. 13 May 1801, d. March 1803.

3 mitiam, b. 9 Aug. 1802, d. 17 Feb. 1819.

4 Mark, 4. 12 Aug. 1803, d. 25 Aug. 1805.

5 Lady Georgina-Anne-Emily, 4 3 July 1806, m. 17 Oct. 1825, the Hon.

and Rev. Frederic Bertie.—See Abingdon.

6 Lady Caroline-Mary, 4. 4 July 1807, m. 29 July 1826, the Rev. Horace

Robert Pechell, Chancellor of Brecon, and Rector of Bix, Oxon.

7 Schomberg, 4. 2 April 1809, d. 4 Oct. 1811.

8 CnarUs-Fortescue, Viscount Dunluce, 4. 4 April 1810, d. 28 July 1834.

9 Lady Charlotte-Elizabeth, 4. 31 May 1811, m. 29 Aug. 1835, Sir George

Robert Osborn, Bart., 4. 29 Oct. 1813.

10 Hugh-seymour Mcdonnell, Fovrth Earl, 4. 7 Aug. 1812, succeeded

26 Oct. 1835, assumed the name of M'Donnell only, by Royal Sign
Manual, 27 June 1836, and d. 19 July 1855; having m. 3 May 1836,
Lady Laura-cfxilia Parker, Countess Dowager, 5th daughter of
Thomas, 5th Earl of Macclesfield, by whom he left an only daughter,
Lady Helen-Laura, 4. i May 1837.

11 Mark, Present And Fifth Earl.

12 Fanny, 4. 26 May, d. 19 Aug. 1815.

13 Lady Frederica-Augusta, Dowager Countess of Abingdon, 4. 22 June 1816.

14 Lady Emily-Frances, 4. 23 Aug. 1817, m. 1 Jan. 1839, Henry Richardson.

Esq., of Somerset, Co. Derry.

15 Hon. Arthur-Schomherg, 4.16 May 1820, and d. 14 Aug. 1856: having m.

16 March 1846, Agnes-Stewart, youngest daughter of J. H. Frankland,
Esq. of Eashing House, Surrey, by whom he left issue,
Agnes, 4. 17 May 1847.

Randal-William M'donnell, late Marquis, and sixth Earl of Antrim, grandfather of the present Earl, obtained in 1785 a renewed patent of the Earldom

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