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5 Hon. Laura, d. 19 May 1854; having m. 18 April 1820, Lieut.-Col. George

Macdonell, CIS.

6 Hon. Julia-Mary, d. 9 Dec. 1843,' having m. 17 Oct. 1815, the Hon.

admiral Sir John Talbot, Q.C.B., who d. 7 July 1851.—See Talbot and Malahide.

7 Hon. Catherine, m. 26 June 1827, Sir Edward Doughty, Bart., who was

6. 27 March 1782, and d. 5 March 1853.

by 2nd marriage:

8 Elizabeth-Anne, b. 13 April, d. July 1808.

9 Hon. Mary, b. 28 Oct. 1809, d. 29 Aug. 1849, having m. 7 Aug. 1828, Sir

Richard-Digby Neave, Bart., son of the late Sir Thomas Neave, Bart., by Frances-Caroline Digby.—See Digby, Colls.

10 Hon. Henry, 4. 24 July 1811, m. 30 Oct. 1832, Elizabeth-Emmeline, only

daughter of Joseph Esdaile, Esq., of Sanderstead Court, Surrey, and has had issue,

Rudolphus-James-Everard, 6.20 March 1835, it. 18 June 1841.

11 Hon. Robert-Arthur, Lieut. Hants Yeomanry Cavalry, 4. 24 Aug. 1815,

in. 8 Aug. 1837, Elizabeth-Louisa, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Jones, Vicar of Burleigh on the Hill, Rutlandshire, and has issue,

1 Mary-Edith-Dottina, b. II April 1840. 2 Louisa-Alice, 4. IS Nov. 1841.
3 Aeddan, (a daughter,) 4. 10 Jan. 1843.

Creation.—1005. (Count of the Holy Roman Empire 1593.)
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Deo date: Give to God.
Seat.—W ardour Castle, Salisbury.

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ASHBROOK, VISCOUNT. (flower.) Henry Flower, Viscount Ashbrook, and Baron of Castle Durrow, Queen's Co., in the Irish Peerage; b. 17 June 1S06, succeeded 4 May 1847, m. 7 June 1828, Frances, 9th daughter of the late Rev. Sir John Robinson, Bart., and has issue,

l»Hon. Henry-Jeffrey, 4. 26 March 1829.

2 Hon. William-Spencer, 4. 22 March 1830.

3 Hon. Mary-Sophia, 4. 17 June 1832.

4 Hon. Fanny-Esther, b. 17 March 1834, m. 14 July 1857, John-Capel

Philips, Esq., of Heath House, Staffordshire, b. 9 Oct. 1831.

5 Hon. Robert-Thomas, Lieut. Queen's Co. Militia Rifles, b. 1 April 1836.

6 Hon. Caroline-Gertrude, b. 24 April 1847.

His Lordship's father, Henry-jeffery, Fourth Viscount, was 6. 16 Nov. 1776, succeeded his brother William, 3rd Viscount, 6 Jan. 1802, and d. 4 May 1847; having m. 1st, 26 May 1802, Deborah-Susannah, daughter and heir of the late Rev. WilliamMaximilian Freind, who d. 25 April 1810; and 2ndly, 22 June 1812, Emily-theoPhila, eldest daughter of the late Sir Theophilus Metcalfe, Bart., and sister of Lord Metcalfe, Extinct, the present Viscountess Dowager, b. 16 June 1790. His Lordship's issue were,

by 1st marriage:

1 Hon. Susan-Sophia, b. 5 July 1803, m. 1st, 21 May 1824, the Rev.

William Robinton, who was b. in 1793, and d. in 1834; 2ndly, 26 Aug. 1836, William-Wilson Campbell, Esq., M.D., M.R.I.A.

2 A ton, b. 23 Dec. 1804, d. an infant.

3 Henry, Present And Fifth Viscount.

4 Hon. Caroline, b. 30 July 1807, d. 17 April 1840 ; having m. 26 March 1829,

Henry Every, Esq., eldest son of Sir Henry Every, Bart., 4. 16 Nov. 1799, d. 27 Feb. 1853. (He m. 1st, Maria-Charlotte, 4th daughter of the late Dean Talbot,—tee Talbot; and 3rdly, 20 Feb. 1844, Jane, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Sir John Robinson, Bart., and widow of George Powney, Esq.)

5 Hon. William, 4. 14 Aug. 1808, d. Oct. 1813.

6 Hon. Harriet-Elizabeth, 4. 15 Dec. 1809, d. 2 Sept. 1827.

by 2nd marriage:

7 A ton, still-born, Jan. 1813.

8 Hon. Augutta-Emity, 4. 4 June 1815, d. 4 May 1827.

9 Hon. Charlotte-Augusta, b. 26 Nov. 1818, d. 20 April 1850, late Duchess

of Marlborough. 10 Hon. Sophia-Georyiana, 4. 7 Nov. 1820, d. 18 JulyH826. Creationt.—Baron 1733, Viscount 1751. Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume. Motto.—Mens conscia recti: A mind conscious of rectitude. Seat.—Castle Durrow, Queen's Co.

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ASHBURNHAM, EARL OF. (ashburnham.)

Bertram Ashburnham, Earl of Ashburnham, Viscount St. Asaph, and Baron of Ashburnham, in the Peerage of Great Britain; b. 23 Nov. 1797, succeeded 27 Oct. 1830, m. 8 Jan. 1840, Katherine-Charlotte, 4th daughter of George Baillie, Esq.,—see Haddington, and has issue:

l'Bertram Viscount St. Asaph, 4. 28 Oct. 1840.

2 Lady {Catherine, 4. 23 Nov. 1841.

3 Hon. John, 4. 6 March 1845.

4 Hon. William, 4. 29 March 1847.

5 Hon. Richard, 4. 27 July 1848.

6 Lady Margaret, 4. 4 April 1851.

7 Lady Anne, 4. 21 March 1893.

8 Hon. Thomas, 4. 8 April 1855.

His Lordship's father, George, Third Earl, K.G., was 4. 25 Dec. 1760, and d. 27 Oct. 1830 ; having m. 1st, 28 Aug. 1784, Lady Sophia Thynne, 3rd daughter of Thomas, 1st Marquis of Bath, who d. 9 April 1791; and 2ndly, 25 July 1795, Lady Charlotte Percy, eldest daughter of Algernon, 1st Earl of Beverley, 4. 3 June 1776, who survives him, and is the present Countess Dowager. The Earl had issue by both Ladies:

by 1st marriage:

1 George, Viscount St. Asaph, h. 8 Oct. 1785, d. 7 June 1813.

2 Lady Elizabeth-Sophia, 4. 16 Sept. 1786.

3 Hon. Sophia, b. 29 Jan. 1788, d. 17 June 1807.

4 Hon. John, b. 3 June 1789, drowned on his return from Portugal in 1810.

by 2nd marriage:

5 Hon. William, b. 19 Jan. 1797, d. an infant.

6 Bertram, Present And Fourth Earl.

7 Hon. Percy, b. 22 Oct. 1799, m. 23 Aug. 1838, Esther-March, daughter

of the late Lieut.-Colonel By, Royal Engineers, and by her, who d. 6 Feb. 1848, had issue,

1 A daughter, still-burn, 31 Dec. 1841. » Esther-Harriet, b. 4 Feb. 1844, d. 14 Oct. 1845. 3 Mary-Katharine, b. 8 Oct. 1847, d. 27 June 1831.

8 Lady Charlotte-Susan, b. 23 Feb. 1801.

9 Lady Theodosia-Julia, b. 27 March 1802.

10 Hon. Charles, b. 23 March 1803, d. at Constantinople, where he was first

Secretary to Her Majesty's Embassy, 22 Dec. 1848, having m. 6 Feb. 1832, Sarah-Joanna, 2nd daughter of the late William Murray, Esq., of St. James's, Jamaica. (She m., 2ndly, 10 July 1851, Sir Godfrey Webster, Bart., who d. 4 May 1853.)

11 Lady Georgiana-Jemima, 4. 11 May 1805, m. 28 Feb. 1828, Henry-Revely

Mitford, Esq., of Exbury and Newton, nephew of the 1st Lord Kedesdale, which marriage was dissolved by Act of Parliament, and she remarried in 1842, the Hon. Francis-George Molyneux.—5«csefton.

12 Hon. Major-General Thomas,C.B., Lieut.-General in India.

13 Lady Jane-Henrietta, b. 19 July 1809, m. 19 May 1836, Bear-Admiral

Cbarles-Henry Swinburne, 4. 2 April 1797.

14 Ladv /Catherine-Frances, b. 31 March 1812, d. 6 April 1839; having m.

21 May 1838, Henry-William Bcauclerk, Esq.—See St. Albans.

15 Lady Eleanor-Isabel-Bridget, 4. 28 July 1814, m. 26 Nov. 1844, the Rev.

Algernon Wodehouse.—See Wodehouse.

16 Lady Mary-Agnes-Blanche, 4. 23 Jan. 1816, m. 29 Aug. 1839, Sir Henry

Percy Gordon, Bart., 4. 21 Oct. 1806.

17 Hon. Reginald, 4. 3 Feb. 1819, d. 5 March 1830.
Creations.—Baron 1689, Viscount and Earl 1730.
Genealogy.— See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.— Le Roi et I'etat: The King and tbe atatc.
Town Residence.—Asbburnbam House, Dover Street.

Seats.—Ashburnham Place, Battle, Sussex; and Barking Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk.

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ASHBURTON, BARON. (baking.)

William-bingham Baring, Baron Ashburton of Ashburton, Co. Devon, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; P.C., a trustee of the National Gallery, b. June 1799, succeeded 12 May 1848, m. 12 April 1823, Lady Harriet-Mary Montagu, eldest daughter of George-John, 6th Earl of Sandwich, and by her, who was b. 14 July 1805, and d. 4 May 1857, has had issue:

Alexander-Montagu, b. 10 Nov. 1828, d. 5 Feb. 1830.

His Lordship's father, Alexander, First Lord, 2nd son of Sir Francis Baring, Bart., was 4. 27 Oct. 1773, and d. 12 May 1848, having m. 23 Aug. 1798, AnneLouisa, eldest daughter of William Bingham, Esq., of Philadelphia, by whom, who d. 5 Dec. 1848, he had issue:

1 William-bingham, Present And Second Lord.

2*Hon. Francis, M.P., 4. 20 May 1800, m. Jan. 1833, Madlle. Claire-Hortense, daughter of Hugues-Bernard Maret, late Duke of Bassano, in France, by whom he has issue:

1 Alexander-Hugb. 2 Mary-Louisa-Anne. 3 Denzil-Hugh.

3 Hon. Anne-Eugenia, d. 8 March 1839 ; having m. 28 Sept. 1823, Humphrey

St.-John-Mildmay, Esq., who d. 9 Aug. 1853. (He m. 2ndly, 20 Sept. 1843, Marianne-Frances, daughter of Granville Vernou-Harcourt, Esq., M.Y.—See Vernon.)

4 Hon. Harriet, 4. 3 May 1804, Dowager Marchioness of Bath.

5 Hon. Louisa.

6 Hon. and Rev. Frederick, 4. 30 June 1808, m. 24 April 1831, Fre

derica - Mary - Catherine, 3rd daughter of John Ashton, Esq., of the Grange, Cheshire, and has issue,

I Louisa-Frederica, b. 1832, d. Sept. 1846. 1 Blanche-Ann, b. 1830, d. 22 Dec. 1851. 3 Everard Alexander, b. 2 May 1838, d. 3 Deo. 1839.

7 Alexander, Lieut. R.tf., 4. 2 May 1810, d. unm. 12 March 1832.

8 Hon. Emily-Lydia, 4. March 1814.

9 Hon. Arthur, b. Feb. 1818, d. 16 Feb. 1838. Creation.—183S.

Motto—Virtus in arduia: Virtue in difficulties.
Town Residence.—Bath House, 82, Piccadilly.

Seats.—The Grange, Alresford, Hants; and Addiscombe Farm,Croydon, Surrey.

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ASHTOWN, BARON. (trbnch.) Frederick-mason Trench, Lord Ash town, Baron Ashtown of Moate, Co. Galway, in the Peerage of Ireland; b. 25 Dec. 1804, succeeded his uncle Frederick, 1st Lord, 1 May 1840, m. 1st, 29 Aug. 1831, Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Thomas-Phillips Cosby, Esq., of Stradbally Hall, Queen's Co., who d. 25 Feb. 1845; and 2ndly, 10 Feb. 1852, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. and co-heir of the late Richard-Oliver Gascoigne, Esq., of Partington, Yorkshire, and of Castle Oliver, Co. Limerick. His Lordship has had issue, by his 1st marriage,

1 Hon. Charlotte-Elizabeth, b. 2 June 1832, d. 19 Dec. 1854.

2 Hon. Harriette-Mary, 4. 9 Feb. 1835.

3*Hon. Frederick-Sidney-Charles, 4. 18 April 1839.

4 A son, 4. and d. in Feb. 1842.

5 Hon. Cosby-Godolphin, 4. 6 Jan. 1844.

His Lordship's father, Francis Trench, Esq., second son of the late Frederick Trench, Esq., and next brother of the first Lord, was 4. 5 Oct. 1758, and d. Nov. 1829; having m. 11 June 1802, Mary, 2nd daughter of Henry Mason, Esq. He had the following issue, of whom the surviving daughters and younger son have been raised to the rank of children of a Baron:

1 Frederick, b. Oct. 1803, d. young.

2 Frederick-mason, Present And Second Lord.

3 Hon. Charles-James, 4. 5 April 1806. 4 Arthw-Heywood, 6. 20 Sept. 1807, d. 1840.

5 Hon. Frances-Mary, 6. 9 April 1809, m. 30 May 1832, her cousin, the

Very Rev. Richard-Cbenevix Trench.—See below.

6 Hon. Emily-Sarah, b. lONov. 1811, d. 10 April 1843.

7 Hon. Harriett-Rose, ft. 1813, m. 21 July 1853, Sir Samuel-St.-Swithin

Burden Whalley.

8 Sadiier> d. young.

Creation.— 1800, with remainder to the male issue of the first Lord's father.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Virtutis fortuna comes: Fortune the companion of valour; and, Dien pour la
Tranche qui centre.

Seats.—Woodluwn, Gal way; Clonodfoy, Limerick, Ireland; and Loth er ton, Yorkshire.

Collateral ISrancJes

[Uncles and Aunts of the present Lord, issue of Frederick. Trench, Esq.]

1 Frederick, First Lord, was ft. 3 Sept. 1755, and d. without issue, 1 May 1640; having Sb. 25 May 1785, Elizabeth, only daughter and heir of Robert Robinson, Esq., M.D., who d. July 1844.

2 Very Rev. Thomas, Dean of Kildare, d. 7 Jan. 1854; having m. 25 May 1786, Mary, eldest daughter of Walter Weldon, Esq., by whom he had issue,

1 Rit. Frederick-stkcart Trinch, of Kilmorony, Queen's County, Rector of A thy, m. 9 Jan. 1810, Lady Helena Perceval, 2nd daughter of'Charles* George, 2nd Lord Arden, and sister of the Earl of Egmont, and has issue,

1 Helena, 6. 37 Jan. 1830, m. 3 May 1944, the Rer. Jeffrey Lcfroy, Rector of Aghaderg, Co. Down.

2 Maria, ft. IS Jan. 1831, m. 0 May 1847, the Rev. RobertFrancis Wilson.

2 Thomas, m. 5 June 1830, Catherine, 4th daughter of Richard Crosdsule, Esq., of Rynne, Queen's Co., ■aid has issue,

1 Maria, b. 10 April 1828.

2 Thomas - Richard - Frederick, 6. 18 Aug. IH2V.

3 Catherine-Louisa, 6. 10 March 1832, m. Aug. 1854, Alezander-R, Kirk-Patrick, Esq.

4 Frances, and 5 Jane, twins, b. 3 March 1836.

3 Mary-Anne. d. Jan. 1841, having m. May 1827, the Rer. Joseph Chapman.

4 Elizabeth, rf.21 March 1823, having a*. 10 May 1922, George Adair, Esq., of BelU-grove, Queen's Co., b. 13 Sept. 1784.

5 Frances, m. 22 July 1825, the Hon. George - Francis Colley. — See Har

BSBTOH.

0 Jane, m. 10 Not. 1823, Charles Grimstone, Esq., of Grimstone and Kilwick, Notts, b. 2 July 1781.

7 Helen, m. March 1827, Richard Totmsend, Esq., who d. 29 Nor. 1838.

8 Henry, of Glenealvie, fiallybritus, ft. 20 May 1800, at. 27 Nor. 1838, Elizabeth Anne-Caroline, eldest daughter of Charles-Lancelot Sandes, Esq., of Indiavtlle, snd by her, who was b. 10 Aug. 1817, has issue,

1 Thomas-Sand eg, b. 38 March 1840. 2 MariaGeorgina, ft. 11

Dee. 1841. 3 Charles-Sfeuart,

ft. 20 Aug. 1813. 4 Henry

W.titer, ft. 3 July 1845. 5 Elizabeth Jane, ft. 16 March 1847. 0 Frederick -Percival, b. 27 March 1840. 7 A son, still-born, 10

Jan. 1851. 8 Frances-Lydin,

ft. 20 Jan. 1852.

9 William-Steuart, m. 8 April 1832, Elixabeth-Susannah, only daughter of John-Sealy Town send, Esq., Master in Chancery, and baa issue,

1 Thomas-Weldon, ft. 11 Feb. 1833. 2 John-Townsend, 6. 17

Feb. 1834. 3 Anna, 6. 30 Jan. 1830. 3 William, ft. 1709, d. April 1848, having m. 18 June 1798, Sarah- Frances-HenriettaElizabeth- Ricarda, only daughter of the Hon. Bobert Moore, brother of Charles, 1st Marquis of Drogheda, by whom, who waa 6. in 1771, and d. May 1847, he had issue,

1 Frederick - Fitzwilliam - Trench, Esq., of Cangort Park. b. 11 March 1799, m. 10 Feb. 1836, Louisa-Alice, youngest daughter of the late Rt. Hon. Robert Ward,—see Bavgor, ft. 20 Feb. 1805, and has issue,

1 William-Robert, ft. 0 Oct. 1838.

2 Frederick-Ward, b. 1840, d. Jan. 1854. 3 Henry, ft. 21 March 18-12. 4 A son, ft. 22 Not. 1843.

2 Harriott, ft. 33 Aug. 1805, d. 15 Oct. 1840, baring m. 39 March 1832, the Venerable Evans Johnston, Archdeacon of Ferns (who m. 3ndly, July 1843, Mary, daughter of the late Henry-William Armstrong, Esq.)

3 Henry, ft. 4 Oct. 1«07, m. 22 Oct. 1830, Hon. Georgian* Bloomfield, 2nd daughter of Benjamin, 1st Lord Bloomfield, ft. 4 Oct. 1809, and has issue,

1 Harriott, 6. 24 Aug. 1839. 2 Henry-Bloomfield, ft. 24 Not. 1840.

3 William-Thomas, ft. 6 Sept. 1843.

4 Georgiana-Sarah, b. 10 July 1845. 6 Benjamin-Bloomfield, ft. 28 Nor. 1840. 0 Louisa Charlotte, ft. 11 Dec. 1848. 7 Isabella-Catherine, ft. 31 Oct. 1850. 8 BlancheHelen, ft. 4 June 1862.

4 Anne-Margaret, b. 28 Feb. 1810, m. 27 Oct. 1938, Guy Atkinson, Esq., ft. July 1800.

4 Charles, d. March 1840, having m. 37 Not. 1807, Anna-Maria, eldest daughter of the late Luke White, Esq., of Woodlands, Co. Dublin, and by her, who d. 10 Dec. 1847, left issue,

1 Eliza. 2 Anna Maria.

3 Emily. 4 Henrietta.

5 Frederick - Charles Trench - GasCoigne, Esq., m. 16 Jan. 1850, MaryIsabella, eldest daughter and co-heir of the late Richard-Olirer Gaacoigne, Esq., of Partington, Yorks., and Castle Oliver, Co. Limerick, and has issue,

1 A son, b. 4 July 1851. 2 A

son, still-born 3 Oct. 1852.

0 Charlotte-Matilda, d. Oct. 1854; having M. June 1849, Capt. Henry Needham.

5 Bichard, Barrister-at-Law, m. 3 March 1803, Metesina, grand-daughter and heir of the late Right Rev. Richard-Cheneviz, Lord Bishop of Waterford and Lismore^tnd widow of Colonel Richard St. George, of Hatley Manor, by whom, who d. 37 May 1827, he has issue,

1 Rev. Francis, m. 0 Dec. 1837, MnryCaroline, daughter of the Rev. William

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