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AVONMORE, VISCOUNT. (yelverton.)

Barry-john Yklverton, Viscount Avonmore, and Lord Yelverton, Baron of Avonmore, Co. Cork, in the Peerage of Ireland; b. 21 Feb. I790, succeeded 28 Nov. 1814, m. 1st, in 1811, Jane, 2nd daughter of Thomas Boothe, Esq., who d. in Oct. 1821 ; 2ndly, 1 Aug. 1822, Cecilia, eldest daughter of the late Charles O'Keeffe, Esq., of Hollybrook Park, Co. Dublin, and has issue,

by lit marriage:

1 Hon. Barry-Charlei, 4. 21 Nov. 1814, d. 11 January 1853.

2 Hon. Sydney-Eloisa, 4.6 April 1817, m. 16 July 1839, Forster Goring, Esq. 3»Hon. George-Frederick-William, 4. 7 March 1818, m. 12 Feb. 1857,

Louisa, daughter of the late Guy-Lenox Prendergast, Esq.

4 Hon. Mary-Augusta, 4. 18 Jan. 1820, d. 7 Oct. 1843.

5 Hon. Adelaide-Matilda, 4. 26 April 1821.

by 2nd marriage:

6 Hon. Letitia, 4.18 July 1823.

7 Hon. Major William-Charles, Roy. Art., 6. 27 Sept. 1824.

8 Hon. Louisa-Elizabeth, 4. 26 Sept. 1827.

9 Hon. Cecilia-Prhcilla, 4. 20 Feb. 1829, rf. 18 Sept. 1854; having m.

13 April 1853, Capt. George-Harington Hawes, 9lh Foot.

10 Hon. Walter-Aglionby, b. 16 Feb. 1832, d. 18 Jan. 1844.

11 Hon. Anna, 4. 16 Dec. 1833.

12 Hon. Maletta, 4. 11 Sept. 1839.

His Lordship's father, William-charles, Second Viscount, was 4. 5 April 1762, and d. 28 Nov. 1814 ; having m. 1 Sept. 1787, Mary, eldest daughter of John Read, Esq., of East Cams, Hants., who d. 30 May 1834. Their issue are:

1 Barry-john, Present And Third Viscocnt.

2 Hon. William-Henry, of Whitland Abbey, Carmarthen, 4. 5 March 1791,

Hi. 2 June 1825, Elizabeth-Lucy, only daughter of the late John Morgan, Esq., of Furness, Co. Carmarthen, and has issue,

1 Mazey-Elisabeth, m. Nov. 1865, the Rev. William Pender Roberta, i Anna, 6. 28 Feb. 1834. 3 William, b. 7 Feb. 1840. 4 Henrietta-Maria.

3 Hon. Mary.

4 Hon. Louisa-Sarah, 4. 16 Aug. 1795, m. 1825, the Rev. Andrew Sayers,

Incumbent of Upleadon, Gloucestershire.

5 Hon. Augustus, b. 2 Aug. 1802; he is m.

Crtallant.—Baron 1799, and Viscount 1800.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Renascentnr: They will rise again.

-Belle Isle, Co. Tipperary; and Hangle Rock, Co. Mayo.

Collateral Branrjes.

[Tncle and Aunt of the present Peer, issue
of the 1st Viscount.]
I Bon. Walter-Agllonbf, b. 26 Jan. 1772,
a>. 18 Nov. 1701, Cecilia,daughter of George
Yelverton, Esq., of Belle Isle, Co. Tip-
perary, who d. in 1801, and he d. 3 June
1824, having had issue:

I Bentinck-trailer, b. 29 Nov. 1792,
4. 15 Dec. 1837; having m. Jnne 1829,
the Hon. Anna-Maria Bingham, 2nd
daughter of John, 1st Lord Clanmorris.

2 Maria-Letitia, b. 5 Nov. 1794, as. June 1823, James Egan, Esq.

3 Cerilia-Anna.

4 Rrv. Bknjamin-chapman-frkueIici Yelverton, of Ballea, King's Co., m. 1838. the Hon. Louiaa-Catherine Bingham, 3rd daughter of John, 1st Lord Clanmorris.

2 Hon. Anna-Maria, A. 28 Sept. 1775, Baroness Dowager Claumoiris.

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AYLESFORD, EARL OF. (finch.) Heneage Finch, Earl of Aylesforil, nnd Baron of Guernsey, in the Peerage of England; a Trustee of Rugby School, and F.A.S.; 6. 24 April 1786, succeeded 20 Oct. 1812, m. 23 April 1821, Lady Augusta-Sophia Greville, 4th daughter of George, 2nd Earl of Warwick, by whom, who d. 2 March 1845, he had issue;

1 Lady Augusta, A. 18 Feb. 1822, Countess of Dartmouth.

2 Lady Sarah, A. 21 June 1823, d. 24 April 1850.

3*Heneage, Lord Guernsey, Major in the Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry, b. 24 Dec. 1824, m. 7 May 1846, Jane-Wightwick, only daughter and heir of the late John-Wightwick Knightley, Esq., of the Bury, Offchurch, Warwickshire; and has issue,

l'Hon. Heneage, b. 21 Feb. 1849. 2 Hon. Charles-Wightwick, b.

7 June 1S51. 3 Aone-Franceaca-Wilhelmine, b. 10 March 1853.

4 Hon. Seymour, b. Dec. 1825, d. 7 July 1827.

5 Hon. Major Daniel-Greville, Captain 68th Light Infantry, A. 26 April 1827.

6 Hon. John-Henry, b. 27 April 18.10, d. 26 Jan. 1831.

His Lordship's father, Heneage, Fourth Earl, was b. 15 July 1751, and d. 20 Oct. 1812 ; having m. 18 Nov. 1781, Lady Louisa Thymic, eldest daughter of Thomas, 1st Marquis of Bath, b. 25 March 1760, d. 2i» Dec. 1832; by whom he had issue, besides twins, who d. in infancy,

1 Charles, Lord Guernsey, d. 18 July 1784.

2 Lady Charlotte, A. 31 Jan. 1785, m. 22 Jan. 1823, the Rev. Charles Palmer,

of Ladbroke, Warwickshire.

3 Heneage, Present And Fifth Earl.

4 Lady Mary, b. 2 Aug. 1787, d. 21 July 1823

5 Hon. Daniel, Barrister-at-Law, A. 23 Feb. 1789.

6 Lady Elizabeth, A. 22 Feb. 1790.

7 Lady Frances, A. 1 Feb. 1791.

8 Hon. and Ren. Edward, b. 25 Feb. 1792, d. 9 April 1830.

9 Hon. Lieut.-General John, C.B., Colonel 24th Foot, A. 13 March 1793,

m. 28 July 1835, Katherine, daughter of the late Alexander El lice, Esq.

10 Lady Henrietta, A. 25 April 1794, rf.21 April 1828.

11 Hon. Henry, A. 28 May 1795, d. 29 Aug. 1820.

12 Hon. George. A. 13 May 1798, rf. 19 Nov. 1799.

13 Hon. and Rev. Charles, Vicar of Packington, Warwickshire, A. 18 July

1799.

14 Lady Caroline, twin with her brother, A. 18 July 1799, d. 1821.

15 Hon. George, A. 10 June 1804, d. 19 Sept. 1823.

16 Lady Catherine, A. 2 Feb., d. 24 March 1806.

Creations.—Baron 1703, and Earl 1714.
Geti»-atogy.— See Genealogical Volume.
Motto—Aperto vivere voto: To live with will unfettered.

Town Residence.

Scats.—Packington Hall, Coventry, Warwicksh.j and the Friars, Aylesfbrd, Kent.

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Wilts., by whom, who was 6. in 1817,
and d. 7 March 1851, be hat issue,
1 Charles-Arthur, ft. S April 1841.
X Edward-Heneage, b. 9 Dec. 1841.
3 John-Seymour, b. 18 Feb. 184.1.
t Heneage, Major tmth Light Infan-
try, b. IS Sept. 1818, killed at the battle
of Inkerman, 5 Not. 1854.

3 Sarah-Louisa, ft. 16 Sept. 1817, m. 24 May 1841, Thomas Somers Cocks, Esq., jnn., great nephew of the first Lord Somen, 4. 5 Feb. 1815.

4 Rer. John-Henry, ft. 31 March 1819.

5 Charlotte, ft. 14 Not. 1821, m. 29 Sept. 1848, John Robert Godley, Esq., jnn., of Rilligar, Co. Leitrim.

fl Louisa, ft. 4 March 1829.
7 William, ft. 22 April 1832.

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AYLMER, BARON. (aylmkb.)

Frederick-William Avlmer, Lord Aylmer, Baron of Balrath, Co. Meath, in the Irish Peerage, and a Baronet of Ireland; an Admiral, K.C.B., and Knt.-Commander of the Sicilian Order of St. Ferdinand and Merit, 6. 11 Oct. 1777, succeeded his brother, 23 Feb. 1850.

His Lordship's father, Henry, Fourth Lord, succeeded 7 Oct. 1766, and rf. 22 Oct. 1785; having m. 23 Feb. 1774, Catherine, 2nd daughter cif Sir Charles Whitworth, and sister of Charles Karl Whitworth, who m. 2ndly, 22 Sept. 1787, Howell Price, Esq., and rf. 9 Jan. 1805. They had issue:

1 Matthew, Fifth Lord, G.c.b.,r General in the Army, b. 24 May 1775,

succeeded 22 Oct. 1785, d. without issue, 23 Feb. 1850; having; at. 4 Aug. 1801, Louisa-Anne, 2nd daughter of the lute Sir John Call, Bart., b. 1778, now Dowager Lady Aylmer.

2 Han. Henry, b. 14 May 1776, rf. June 1798.

3 Frederick-william, Present And Sixth Lord.

4 Hon. Hosc-Whitworth, b. 5 Oct. 1779, d. in 1800.

5 Hon. James-Thomas, b. 1785, d. in 1812.

The late Hon. and Rev. John Aylmer, D.D., Prebendary of Bristol, and Rector of Bradford, Wilts 4th son of Henry, 2nd Lord, d. 16 Feb. 1793, leaving, by his wife, Kliza Vasmer, a son,

Admiral J«hn, b. 16 June 1757, d. 19 April 1841, having m. 1st,2 Sept. 1784, Martha, daughter of Stephen C.tzalet, Esq., who was o. in 1763, and rf. 7 July 1809"; and 2ndly, 2 Nov. 1809, Frances, daughter of the Rev. Thoinas-Hodner Pearson. He left issue,

1 John, Captain R. ,V , resided at Melbourne, in East Canada; ft. 10 Aug. 1785. rf. at Melbourne, 21 Jan. 1149; having a), 12 July 1812, Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Coatcs, Esq., by whom he left issue,

l' I i"u I'm'i s Atlmer, Eng., ft. 10.June 1814, m. 28 June 1841, Mary-Eliza, 3rd daughter of Edward Journeaux, Esq.,of Melbourne, and has issue,

I Matthew, ft. 28 March 1842. 2 Henry, ft. 25 April 1843. 3 Isabella, ft. 27 Feb. 1845. 4 Edward-Francis, 6. e March

1848 . 5 Frederick-Whitworth, ft. 4 Feb. 1850.

2 Henry, ft. 10 Aug. 1816, m. in 1845, at Bytown, Canada, Eliza, daughter of the late Henry Atkins, Esq., of Cork, and has issue.

3 Sophia, ft. 4 Oct. 1820, m. 10Feb. 1850, the Rev. William Lloyd

2 Sophia, ft. 7 Oct. 1800, living at Melbourne, unm. '-

3 Henry, Lieut.-Col. Royal Art, 6. 0 Jan. 1813, m. 23 Oct. 1847, Charlotte Louisa, eldest daughter of John Gwatkin, Esq., of Pare Behan, Cornwall, and late of the Madras Civil Service, and has issue,

1 Henry-Lorell, 6. 28 Aug. 1848. 2 Frederick-Arthur, 6.

21 Oct. 1840. 3 A daughter, A. 7 Jan. I860.

4 Lieut-Colonel Frederick-Charles, Knight of the Legion of Honour, A. 1814, m. 22 Sept. 1853, Maria- Anne, youngest daughter of John Gwatkin, Esq., of Pare Behan.

Creation—1718. Baronet 1862.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—steady.

Town Residence—20, Dawson Place, Westbourne Grore.

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BAGOT, BARON. (bagot.) William Bagot, Baron Bagot of Bagot's Bromley, Stafford, in the Peerage of Great Britain, and a Baronet, Lieut.-Colonel of the Queen's Own Royal Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry; b. 27 March 1811, succeeded 12 Feb. 1666, m. 13 Aug. 1851, the Hon. LnciaCaroline-Elizabeth Agar-EUis, eldest daughter of George-James-Welbore, late Lord Dover, and sister of Viscount Clifden, 6. 9 Jan. 1827, and has issue,

1 Hon. Georgians-Agnes, b. 22 May 1852.

2 Hon. Louisa, A. 22 July 1853.

3 Hon. Constance, b. 19 April 1855.
4»Ason, 4.19 Jan. 1857.

His Lordship's father, William, Second Lord, was b. 11 Sept. 1773, succeeded 22 Oct. 1798, and d. 12 Feb. 1856; having m. 1st, 30 May 1799, the Hon. Emily Fit7.roy, 4th daughter of Charles, 1st Lord Southampton, who d. H June 1800; and 2ndly, 17 Feb. 1807, Lady Louisa Legge, 2nd daughter of George 3rd Earl of Dartmouth, who was b. 8 March 1787, and d. 12 Aug. 1816. His Lordship had issue,

by his 1st marriage:

1 Hon. Louisa-Barbara, b. 19 April 1800, rf. 1 Jan. 1801.

by 2nd marriage:

2 Hon. Louisa-Frances, b. I March 1808, d. 17 Feb. 1829.

3 Hon. Agnes, b. 10 Aug. 1809, m. 8 Jan. 1828, Johu-Newton Lane, Esq.

of King's Bromley, Co. Stafford, A. 4 Dec. 1800.

4 William, Present And Third Lord.

5 Hon. and Rev. Hervey-Charlcs, M.A., Rector of Blithfield, A. 17Dec. 1812.

6 Hon. Eleanor, A. 31 Aug. 1814.

7 Hon. Alfred-Walter, Captain King's Own Staffordshire Rifle Militia,

A. 4 April 1816.
Creation.—1780. Baronet 1627.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Antiquum obtinens: Possessing antiquity.
Seats.—Blithfield House, Stafford; and Pool Park. Denbighshire.

Collateral

[Cousins of the present Peer, issue of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B., 2nd son of William, 1st Lord.]

1 Louisa-Catherine, b. 25 April 1807, d. 9 June 1824.

2 Colonel Charles, Lieut.-Colonel Commandant 3rd King's Own Staffordshire Rifle Militia, Assistant Master of the Ceremonies in ordinary to her Majesty, A. 20 May 1808,

ISranrteii.

m. 7 July 1846, Sophia-Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Vice-Admiral the Hon. Josceline Percy,—tee BiTiaLsr, and haa issue,

1 Alice Mary, A.17 Feb. 1853.

2 Josceline-Fibs-Roy, A. 22 Oct. 1854.

3 Alan-Charles, A. 1 June 1836.

3 Hon. Emlly-Georgiana, A. 9 July 1800, d. 10 July 1848, Countess of Winchilsea.

4 Caroline-Mary, ft. 1 Jane 1812, m. Sept. 18»S, John David, Kan.

3 Arthur-Berkeley, ft. IS March 1814, d. 50 April 1825.

8 Henrietta-Maria, ft. Sept. 1313, d. 22 March 1844; haying m. 27 Aug. 1833, Henry, Earl of Uxbridge, now Marquis of Anglesey.

7 Georgiana-Augusta, A. 2 Sept. 1818,d. 23 Jone 1891; having m. 21 Sept. 1843, Lieut.Cot. Frederick - Alexander Mackenzie Fraser, who d. in 184B.

8 George-Talbot, ft. 14 April 1820.

9 Major Alexander, Hon. Bast India Company's Service, Bengal, ft. 1822, m. Oct. 1832, Gertrade-Letitia, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Robert-Dampier Halliiax, and has issue,

1 Fits-Roy, ft. 25 Oct. 1833.

2 A son, ft. 9 Jane 1868.

10 WUhelmina- Frederica, ft. 11 March 1828, d. 13 April 1852; having m. 17 Nov. 1848, her cousin, Capt. Henry Bagot, R.N.— Ste below.

(Widow and Issue of the Hon. and Right
Rev. Richard, D.D., 3rd son of the 1st
Lord.]

Lady Harriet ViUiers, 7th daughter of George-Bussey, 4th Earl of Jersey, ft 10 March 1788, widow of the Bon. and Sight Bev. Richard Bagot, B.D., Lord Bishop of Bath and Welti, who was ft. 22 Nov. 1782, as. 21 Dec. 1 son, and d. IS May 1854; having had issue,

1 Lieut.-Col. Edward, Knight of the Re. deemer of Greece, and has the Turkish decoration of Nishan Iftibar; ft. 4 Jan. 1808, m. 15 Jan. 1842, Mutildu, widow of the late Oswald Perkins, Esq., and has issue:

1 Evelyn, 6. 23 Sept. 1812.

2 Ethel, ft. 20 Feb. 1844.

3 Ponsonby, ft. 11 June 1843.

4 Villlers-Spencer, ft. 7 April 1847.

2 ritUers, ft. 22 June 1809, d. Nov. 1810.

3 Capt. Henry, R.N., ft. 12 July 1810, m. 17 Nov. 1848, his cousin, Wilhelmina-Frederica, youngest daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B.,—see above, who d. 15 April 1852; they had issue,

Arthur, ft. 29 Oct. 1849.

4 Rev. Charles-Walter, Chancellor of the Diocese of Bath and Wells, and Registrar of the Diocese of Oxford, Rector of Castle Rising, Co. Norfolk, ft. 11 Feb. 1812, as. 18 Feb. 1840, Mary, second daughter of MajorGeneral John Chester, and has issue,

1 Lewis - Richard - Charles, ft. 9 Dec 184S. 2 Ernest-Alfred-John ft. 30 Mar.

1848. 3 Constance-Mary, ft. 23 Nov.

1849. 4 Walter-Wagstaffe, ft. 25 Mar. 1852. 5 A daughter, ft. 27 Jan. 1854. 6 A daughter, ft. 26 April I860.

5 Rev. Lewis-Francis, Rectorof Leigh, Co. Stafford, ft. 18 July 1813, m. 13 June 1848, the Hon. Catherine Boscawen, 3rd daughter of the late Hon. and Rev. John. Evelyn Boscawen,—see Falmouth, ft. 11 July 1817.

6 Harriet-Frances, ft. 26 July 1810, Lady Charles Thynne.—See Bath.

7 Major George, Capt. 69th Foot, and Chamberlain to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, ft. 5 May 1818.

8 Frances-Caroline, ft. 20 Oct. 1819, d. 19 Oct. 1840.

9 Hlchard, ft. 21 Feb. 1821, d. 6 Jan. 1840.

10 Rev. Frederick, Prebendary of Wells, and Rector of Rodney Stoke, Somerset, ft. 23 Jan. 1822.

11 Emit)- Marg, ft. 24 Sept. 1823, d. 13 Dec. 1853; having m.25 June 1850, the Hon. and Rev. George-Thomas-Orlando Bridgeman.—See BasDroaD.

12 Mary-Isabel, ft. 28 April 1823, Dowager Viscountess Dowue.

BANDON, EARL OF. (bernard.) Francis Bernard, Earl of Bandon, Viscount Bernard, Viscount and Baron Bandon, of Bandon Bridge, Co. Cork, lit the Peerage of Ireland, Colonel of the Royal Cork City Militia Artillery, 6. 3 Jan. 1810, succeeded SI Oct. 1856, «. 16 Aug. 1832, Catherine-Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Whitmore, Esq., of Apley Park, Co. Salop, and has issue,

1 Lady Mary-Catherine-Henrietta, ft. 2 Aug. 1837.

2 Lady Louisa-Albinia, 6. 10 April 1841.

3 Lady Charlotte-Esther-Emily, ft. 6 April 1843.

4 Lady Emma-Harriet, b. 26 Oct. 1844.

6 Lady AdeUide-Mnry-Lticy, ft. 2 Sept. 1846.

fi'James-Francis, Viscount Bernard, ft. 12 Sept. 1850.

7 Lady Kathleen-Frances, ft. 14 Nor. 1853.

His Lordship's father, James, Sf.cond Earl, ft. 14 June 1785, succeeded 26 Not. 1830; d. 31 Oct, 1856; having m. 13 March 1809, Mary-susan-albinm, now Countess-dowager, daughter of the late Hon. and Most-Rev. Charles lirodrick,—see Midleton, Lord Archbishop of Cashel, 4. 9 Oct. 1787, by whom he had issue,

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