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Prances, m. to Admiral John Lere

son Gower.
Elizabeth, m. to Henry, fifth Duke
of Beaufort.
He m. secondly, Bridget, daughter of —
Raymond, esq. and had issue,
William, of St. Clere, M.P. for Hythe,
whose daughter and heiress, Frances,
m. Alexander Hume, esq. who took,
the name of Evelyn.
George-Raymond, who m. Jane Eliza-
beth, Countess of Rothes, and by her
ladyship, who wedded secondly, Sir
Lucas Pepys, bart. had a son,
George-william, tenth Earl of
A daughter in. to - Langton, esq. of

Sarah, m. to Charles Price, esq.
A daughter.
i. Jane, b. in 1631, m. to Sir William Leach, of

Sqnerries, in Kent.
Ii. Elizabeth, m. to Edward Hales, esq.
The eldest son,

i. Sir John Evelyn,knt. ofGodstone, 6.12th March, 1633-3, was created a Baronet in 1660. He m. first, Mary, daughter of George Farmer, esq. one of the prothonotaries of the Common Pleas, and secondly, Ann, daughter of Sir John Glynn, of Henley Park, aergeant-at-law, but had no issue. Sir John, by great extravagance, wasted his estate, and after his decease, the property of Marden was sold to Sir Robert Clayton, knt. He died in 1671, when the Baronetcy ExPired, but the representation of this branch of the ancient family of Evelyn, together with the manor of Gods tone, devolved on his brother, George Evelyn, esq. of Nutfield.

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Created 17th Feb. 1682-3.—Extinct 3rd May, 1692.

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Thomas Evelyn, esq. of Long Ditton, in Surrey, eldest son of George Evelyn, esq. of Wotton, by Rose Williams, his first wife, married 1st December, 1577, Franciaca Moore, and had issue, to marry,

Thomas (Sir), his heir.

Jane, m. 1604-5, to John Bodley.

Elizabeth, m. to Henry Constantino.

Dorothy, m, to James Dockeric.

Frances, m. to Edward Veneris.

Rosa, m. to Thomas Keitley, citizen of London.

His son and successor,

Sir Thomas Evelyn, knt. of Long Ditton, baptized 20th August, 1587, married Anna, daughter and heir o( Hugh Gold, and dying in 1059, was s. by his son,

i. Sir Edward Evelyn, of Long Ditton, born 25th January, 1625-6, who was created a Baronet in 1682-3. He m. Mary Balam, and by her, who was buried 10th July, 1696, had issue to survive infancy,

Ann, b. in 1661, m. 1682, to William Hill, esq. of

Teddington, Middlesex. Mary, b. in 1662, m. 1683, to William Glynn, esq. Penelope, b. in 1672, m. 1600, to Sir Joseph Alston, bart. Sir Edward died 3rd May, 1602, when the Baronetcy

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Ralph Evrrard, living in the reign of Henry 111. and of Edward I. was father of

Walter Everard, living temp. Edward II. and Edward III. who left a son,

William Everard, of Marshbury, in Essex, whose son and heir was living there in the reigns of Richard II. and Henry IV.; he (the son) had two sons, both baptized, John ; of whom

John Everard, the elder, was of Newarks, in GoodEstre, and Marchbury. He left a son and heir,

Thomas Everard, of Waltham-Magna, who m. the daughter and co-heir of John Cornish, of Laugleys, in Much Waltham, ami county of Essex, and had six sons and three daughters. He was living in the reign of Henry VII. and was *. by his fourth son,

Richard Everard, esq. in the manorof Langles, in Much Waltham. He m. first, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Stephens, gent, and had, with three daughters, an only son, Richard. He wi. secondly, Agnes-Upehcr, relict of Thomas Wood, and by her had another daughter. He possessed the manor of Langleys, and the manor of Havering, in Felsted, and several lands and tenements, in Little Raine, Little Dunmore, GoodEstre, High-Estre, with lauds and tenements in Great Waltham. He d. 29th December, 1561, and was s. by his grandson, (on whom and his heirs, by will dated 19th December, 1561, he settled the manors of Laugleys and Havering,)

Richard Evekahd, esq. of Langles, (son of Richard Everard, by Mary, his wife, daughter of Thomas Wood, of Raine Parva.) This gentleman m, dementia, daughter of John Wiseman, esq. of Great Canfield, and had issue,

Anthony (Sir), his heir.

Matthew, d. s.p.

Hugh, heir to Much Waltham at the decease of

his eldest brother. John, of Great Badon. Mary, m. to John Wiseman, esq. This Richard and his wife lived together fifty-three years. She died in September, 1611, and he the 25th July, 1617; both lie buried in Waltham Church. He was s. by his eldest son,

Sir Anthony Everard, who received the honour of knighthood 23rd July, 1603, before the coronation of King James I. He m. first, Anne, daughter of Sir Thomas Bernardiston, knt. of Ketton, in Suffolk, by whom he left an only daughter and heir,

Anne, m. to Sir William Maynard, bart. of Little
Ki.isf.nn, afterwards created Lord Maynard, (refer

to Burke's Peerage and Baronetage,) and carried lauds in Fox-heath, and several other parishes, with the lordship of Sandon, out of the family. Sir Anthony in. secondly, Anne, daughter of Sir Anthony Felton, K.B. of Playford, in Suffolk, hut by that lady had no issue. He d. in 1614, was buried at Waltham, and succeeded by his brother,

Hugh Everard, esq. of Much Waltham, who was sheriff of Essex in 1026. He m. Mary, daughter of Thomas Brand, otherwise Bond, gent, and dying in 1637, (his wife died the same year, and both were buried in Waltham Church) was s. by his only son,

i. Richard Everard, esq. of Much Waltham, in the county of Essex, who was created a Baronet by King Charles I. 20th January, 1628-9. Sir Richard m. first, Joan, daughter of Sir Francis Barrington, hart, and had issue,

Richard, his heir.


Robert, (/. issueless.

Hugh, fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Winifred, m. to Sir William Luckyn, bart. He wedded, secondly, Frances, daughter of Sir Robert Lee, of Billesley, in the county of Warwick, relict of Sir Gervase Elwes, knt. of Woodford, in Essex, but by her had no issue. He was s. at his decease by his eldest son,

[i. Sir Richard Everard, bart. who was sheriff of Essex in the 20th of Charles I. He m. first. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Henry Gibbs, of Falkland, in Scotland, knight of the bed chamber to King James I. and by her had,

Richard d. unm.

Hugh, his heir.

Jane, it. young. Sir Richard tit. secondly, Jane, daughter of Sir John Finnet, master of the ceremonies to James I. and Charles I. He </. in August, 1694, aged seventy, and was s. by his son,

in. Sir Hugh Everard, bart. a military man, who in his early life had distinguished himself in Flanders. He m. Mary, daughter of John Brown, M.D. of Salisbury, and had

Richard, his successor.

Hugh, drowned in the great storm in 1703. He was lieutenant of the Restoration.

Morton, killed on board the Hampshire, com-
manded by Lord Maynard.

Elizabeth, m. to the Rev. Mr. O'Burne, vicar of
Thaxted, in Essex.

Frances, d. unm. Sir Hugh was receiver general of the land tax, and justice of the peace for the county of Essex. He d. in January, 1705-6, aged fifty-one, was buried at Waltham, and s. by his son,

iv. Sir Richard Everard, bart. who m. Susanna, daughter, and co-heir of Richard Kidder, I). I), bishop of Bath and Wells, (bis lordship was killed at his palace in Wells, by the great storm in November, 1703,) and had issue,

Richard, his heir.

Hugh, heir to his brother.

Susanna, m. in Virginia, to Mr. White, a considerable merchant and planter there. Sir Richard was governor of North Carolina, under the lord proprietors, and after his return to England, d. in Red Lion Street, London, 17th February, 1732-3. His wi«*"-v d. 12th September, 1739. He was s. by his el*

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Sir John Eyles, of an ancient Wiltshire familyf received the honour of knighthood from King James II. in the last year of that prince's reign. Sir John was then lord mayor of London, and vacated the civic chair on the arrival of the Prince of Orange. He «. Miss Cowper, daughter of a citizen of London, and had issue,

i. , his heir.

n. Francis, who died at Earnsbill, in the county of Somerset, in December, 1735, and left his estate to his nephew, Francis Eyles, esq. M.P. for Devizes, i. Sarah, m. to Joseph Haskin Styles, esq. of London, ii. Mary, m. to Sir John Smyth, bart. of Isleworth, in. Elizabeth, m. in 1716, to James Montagu, esq. of Lackham.

Sir John resided at South Broom Hall, in the county of Wilts. His brother,

i. Francis Eyles, esq. an eminent merchant and alderman of London, and many years one of the directors of the East India Company, was created a Bakonkt by King George I. 1st December, 1714. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Ayley, of London, merchant, and by that lady, who d. 6th April, 1735, had issue,

i. James, who a*, unm. ii. John, his heir, in. Edward, d. unm.

iv. Joseph (Sir), sheriff of London in 1726, alderman in 1738, M.P. temp. George I. and George II. first for the borough of Southwark, and afterwards for Devizes. Sir Joseph m. Sarah, daughter of Alderman Sir Jeffrey Jeffreys, knt. and died Hth February, 1739-40, leaving one son and two daughters.

i. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Thomas Clark, knt. of

Brick.endonbury, in the county of Herts, ii. Frances, *w. to Nicholas, second son of Sir Jeffrey Jeffreys, knt. in. Mary, m. to William Richardson, esq. of Somerset, in the county of Londonderry.

Sir Francis died in June, 1716, and was s. by bis eldest son,

Ii. Sir John Eyles, sub-governor of the South Sea Company, member in the last parliament of Queen Anne and in the first and second of King George I. far Chippenham, and in the first of George II. for the city of London. He was, first, alderman of Vintry Ward, and lord mayor in 1727, and was afterward* alderman of Bridge Ward Without, being then father of the city. Sir John was appointed postmaster-general in 1739. He tn. his cousin, Mary, daughter of Joseph Haskin Styles, esq. of London, and by her, who d. in NoTember, 1735, had issue, Francis, his heir.

Mary, m. to William Bumstead, esq. of Upton, in Warwickshire. Sir John d. 11th March, 1745, and was s. by his son,

in. Sir Francis Haskin-eyles-stylks, who assumed the additional surname of Haskin-Styles upon inheriting the estate of his uncle, Benjamin HaskinStyles, esq. He m. Sibella, daughter of Philip Egerton, D-D. rector of Ashbury, in Cheshire, and dying 26th January, 1762, was *. by his son,

It. Sir John, bait, who d. t. p. 1st November, 1768, when the Baronetcy became ExTinct.

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Daniel Falkinrr, esq. of Dublin, merchant, had, with one daughter, Hannah, m. to — Trarers, esq. three sons, viz.

i. John, of Dublin, father, by Mary, his wife, of three daughters, his co-heirs, viz.

Elizabeth, m. to Freeman Rogers, esq. Rebecca, m. to William Gibson, esq. Sarah, m. to — Taylor, esq. ii. Daniel, of whom presently. in. Caleb, of Cork., merchant, who tn. Mary Riggs, and was great-grandfather of the present Sir Rigos Fa Lei, bart. of Anne Mount, in the county of Cork.

The second son,

Daniel Faleiner, esq. lord mayor of Dublin, married a daughter of George Spence,esq. and was father of

Frederick Falkinrr, esq. of Abbotstown, in the county of Dublin, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of James Hamilton, esq. of Bailiborougb, in the county of Cavan, and dying in 1785, left, with other issue, a daughter, Anne, m. to Benjamin Geale, esq. of Mount Geale, in the county of Kilkenny (see Burke's Commonrrs, Toi. iii. p. 200;, and a son,

i. Frederick-john Faleiner, esq. of Abbotstown, M.P, for the county of Dublin, who was created a Baronrt 21st December, 1812. He m. Anne-Frances, daughter and co-heir of Sackville Gardiner, esq. but dying t. p. in 1815, the title became Extinct.

Arms—Or, three falcons close ppr. belled gu.

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Thomas Fanshawe, esq. of Dronfield, in Derbyshire, and of Ware Park, in the county of Hertford, son and heir of John Fanshawe, of Fanshawe Gate, succeeded to the office of king's remembrancer of the Exchequer on the death of his uncle in 1568, served as a buron of the Cinque Ports for Rye in the parliament of the 13th Queen Elizabeth, and was burgess for Arundel in several subsequent parliaments. He m. first, Mary or Alice, daughter of Anthony Bourchier, esq. of Gloucestershire, and had by her a son,

Henry, his heir.
He wedded, secondly, Jane, daughter of Thomas
Smythe, esq. of Ostenhanger, in Kent, by whom he
had issue,

Thomas (Sir), knt. of Jenkins, in Essex, clerk of
the crown and surveyor general to James I. He
tn. Anne, daughter of — Babington, esq. of the
county of Leicester, and had a son,
Thomas (Sir), knt. who m. for his first wife,
the daughter and heir of Sir Edward Heath,
of Cotesmore, iu Rutlandshire.
William, of Parslows, in Essex, auditor of the
duchy of Lancaster, tn. Katherine, second daugh-
ter of Sir John Wolstenholme, knt. and had

Alice, m. to Sir Christopher Hatton, K.B. son and

heir of Lord Chancellor Hatton.
Catharine, m. to John Bullock, esq. of Darley and

Norton, in Derbyshire.
Margaret, m. to Sir Benjamin Ayloffe, bart.
Mary, tn. to Thomas Hardwicke, esq. of Leeds.
Elizabeth, d. unm.

Thomas Fanshawe died in March, 1600-1, and was s. by his son,

Sir Henry Fanshawe, knt. of Ware Park, remembrancer of the Exchequer, M.P. for Westbury and Boroughbridge. This gentleman married Elizabeth, sixth daughter of Thomas Smythe, esq. of Ostenhanger, and had by her, who died in 1631,

I. Thomas (Sir), made a knight of the Bath at the
coronation of Charles I. and raised to the
peerage of Ireland by Charles II. as Viscount
Fanshawe, of Donamore, in 1661. His lord-
ship m. first, Anne, daughter of Sir Giles
Alington, of Horseheath, in Cambridgeshire;
and secondly, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Wil-
liam Cockaine, knt. which lady m. secondly.
Sir Thomas Rich, bart. By his first wife. Lord
Fanshawe left at his decease, in 1665, three
sons and four daughters, viz.
1. Thomas, second Viscount Fanshawe, K.B.
who m. first, Catharine, daughter and
heir of Knighton Ferrers, esq. of Bey-
ford, in Herts; and secondly, Sarah,

daughter of Sir John ETelyn, knt. of Weat Dene, ami widow of Sir John Wray; by this lady his lordship left at his decease in 1074 a son and a daughter, viz.

Evelyn, third Viscount Fanshawe,
who died at Aleppo, in Turkey, 10th
October, 1087, aged nineteen.

The second Viscount Fanshawe con-
veyed the manor and estate of Ware to
Sir Thomas Byde, knt.

2. Charles, fourth Viscount Fanshawe, d.

s. p. in 1710.

3. Simon, fifth Viscount Fanshawe, d. s. p.

in 1716.

1. Anne.

2. Katharine.

3. Abigail.

4. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Thomas Fanshawe,

of Jenkins. Ii. Simon (Sir), knt. baptized 23rd April, 1604; m. Katharine, second daughter and co-heir of Sir William Walter, knt. of Wimbledon, in Surrey, and widow of Knighton Ferrers, esq. in. Walter, baptized 1st September, 1605. iv. Richard, of whom presently, v. Henry, killed in the Low Countries. I. Alice, m. to Sir Capel Bedell, of Hammerton,

in Huntingdonshire. It. Mary, m. to William Newce, of Great Hadham,

Herts, in. Joan, in. first, to William, third son of Sir Oliver Boteler, bart. of Teston; and secondly, to Sir Philip Warwick, knt. iv. Elizabeth, v. Anne. The fourth son,

i. Sib Richard Fanshawe, knt. baptized 12th June, 1608, M. P. for the university of Cambridge, was created a Baronet 2nd September, 1050. He m. 18th May, 1644, Anne, eldest daughter of Sir John Harrison, knt. of Balls, in Herts, and had, with several other children, who all died young and unmarried, a daughter, Margaret, m. to Vincent Grantham, esq. of Goltho', Lincolnshire; and a son and successor,

II. Sir Richard Fanshawe, born at Madrid 6th August, 1665, deaf and dumb, who died unmarried about 1605, when the title became Extinct.

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John Farington, esq. alderman of Chichester, who m- tirst, Anne, daughter of John Diggons, esq. M. P. and by her, who died in 1583, had issue,

Thomas, his heir.

John, of Chichester.

Elizabeth, m. in 1614, to William Crewe. He wedded, secondly, a lady named Jane, who died in 1021, and had a daughter,

Joan, m. to John Comber, esq. of Shermanbury, in Sussex. The elder son.

Thomas Farington, esq. was alderman of Chichester

in 1634, and one of the commissioners of the peace of

that city. He m. Miss Dorothy Payne, of the same

place, and had issue,

John (Sir), his heir.

Ann, m. to Daniel Broad, of Newport, Isle of

Wight. Eliza, m. to George Taylor, of Chichester. Mr. Alderman Farington d. in 1053, aged eighty-one, and was ... by his son,

Sir John Farington, of Gray's Inn, aged about twenty-five in 103-4, who m. Ann, daughter of John May, esq. of Rawmere, in Sussex, brother of Sir Humphrey May, knt. and by her, who died in 1086, had issue,

Richard, his heir.
Thomas, it. unm. in 1697.

Frances, m. first, to Sir Charles Goring; and secondly, to Henry Edmonds, esq. of Yapton. She d. #. p. Ann, m. to William Vinall, of Deptford. Grisel, m. to Barnham Dobell, M.D. of Chichester. Dorothy. Awdrey. Sir John died in 1685, and was «. by his son,

i. Richard Farington, esq. of Chichester, who was created a Baronkt 17th December, 1097. He m. Elizabeth, only daughter and heir of John Peachey, esq. of Ertham, and had issue,

John, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Miller, bart. and rf. *. p- in the lifetime of his father. Thomas, predeceased his father. Richard, d. in infancy. Sir Richard d. 7th August, 1719, and, as he snrriTed all his sons, the Baronetcy Expired with him.

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Created 20th Jan. 1718-19.—Extinct 20th July, 1724.


I. John Fellows, esq. sub-governor of the South Sea Company, purchased for £'3,500 from Dr. Ratclifle that gentleman's house at Carshalton, in Surrey, and was created a Baronet in 1718-19. He died 26th July, 1724, aged fifty-three, and, as he had no issue, with him the Baronetcy Expired. His residence at Carshalton subsequently belonged to Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, and after him to the Hon. Thomas Walpole, from whom it was purchased by John Hodson Dorand, esq. who sold it to David Mitchell, esq.

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The ancient family of Pelton, previously seated at Sbotley, in Suffolk, removed to Playford, in the name county, on acquiring that estate in marriage with the heiress of Sampson.

Robebt Pelton, esq. of Shotley, son of John Felton, by the heiress of Alcott, married Margery, daughter and heir of Thomas Sampson, esq. of Playford, and had a son,

Thomas Pelton, esq. of Playford, living 4 Henbt VIII. who m. Cecilia, daughter of Thomas Seckfbrd, esq. and was father of

Thomas Felton, esq. of Playford, who m. Mary, daughter of Sir Richard Cavendish knt. of Trimle'y', in Suffolk, by a daughter of Sir William Brandon, knt. and left at his decease, 20 Elizabeth, one son and three daughters, viz. Anthony, his heir.

Beatrix, Ml to Thomas Colby, esq. of Beccles. Frances, m. to John Cotton, esq. of Essex. Cicely, as. to Richard Preston, esq. of Mendham. The son and heir,

Sib Anthony Felton, K.B. of Playford, high she riff of Suffolk in 1597, m. Elizabeth, duughter of Henry, Lord Grey, and was *. by his son,

I. Hbnkt Felton, esq. of Playford, who was created a Baronet 2(lth July, 1B20. He m. Dorothy, daughter of Sir Bassingborne Gawdy, knt. and had a son,

II. Sib Henry Falton, of Playford, who m. Susannah, daughter of Sir Lionel Talmach, hart, of Heltniugharn, and hud issue,

I. AtlAM, "I

il. Thomas, V successive baronets, ni. Compton, J

iv. Robert, captain in the army, d. g. p. v. Henry, D.D. rector of Long Mellon), in Suffolk, m. Lady Isabella May, and had one son, Henry, who died young. i. Susan, To. first, to Thomas Herbert, esq. and secondly to Francis, Lord Howard of Effingham, ii. Dorothy, m. first to Allaxton; and secondly to Sir John Poley, knt. of Boxted.

• West Matfen passed from the Fenwickc family about the year 1880, when it was sold to Mr. Dagleish, or Douglas, of Newcastle, from whom it came to the Blackett family, and the present Sir Edward Blackett, hurt, bits lately rebuilt Matfen Hull. Mr. Peuwicke, who sold West Matfen, d. 20th December, 1744, aged eighty-four, leaving issue, by his wile, who d. 2nd October, 1708, aged forty-four, two sons and two daughters. Of the former, the elder,

James Fsnwiceb, esq. of Morpeth, m. about 1720, Catherine, second daughter and co-heir of John Wilkinson, esq. of Morpetli.and Barbara, his wife, daughter and co-heir of William Wilson, esq. of Longliamlington, and by her, who was born 27th December, 1607, and d. 20th January, 1773, aged seventy-six, left at his decease, 21st April, 1750, two sous; the younger, William, of the Orange House, d. a. p. The elder,

ill. Elizabeth, */. num. Sir Henry Felton died in 1000, and was t. by his son, ill. Sir Adam Felton, of Playford, who m. Elisabeth, daughter of Sir George Rercsby, of Thrybergh, in Yorkshire, widow, first, of Sir Francis Foljambe, hart.; secondly, of Edward Homer, esq, ; and thirdly, of William, Viscount Castiemaine. By this lady he had no issue, and dying in February, 1006, was x. by his brother,

It. Sir Thomis Pelton, of Playford, comptroller of the queen's household, whom. Lady Elizabeth Howard, daughter and co-heir of James, I,ord Howard de Walden and Earl of Suffolk, and had an only daughter and heir,

Elizabeth, m. to John Harvey, esq.of Ickworth, who was created Earl or Bristol in 1714, and from this marriage descend Fredsrice-william, present MARqVESS Of Bristol, and Charles, Lord Howard De Waldkn. Sir Thomas died 2nd March, 1708, and Wdb A. by his brother,

Y. Sir Compton Felton, who m. Prances, daughter of Mr. Finch of Playford, and had an only daughter and heir,

Eliza Beth. m. to John Platers, esq. of Worlinghara. Sir Compton rf. ISth November, 1710, aged sixty-nine, and with him the Baeonetcy Expired.

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John Fenwiceb, esq. M.D. of Morpeth, 6. 5th March, 1722, m. Mary, youngest daughter of John Thornton, esq. of Nelherwitton, son and heir of Nicholas Thornton, esq. of Netherwitton Castle, Northumberland, by bis wife, Anne, second daughter of Sir John Swinburne, bart. of Capheaton Castle, in tlie same county, and his wife, Isabel, sole daughter and heiress of Henry Lawson, esq. of BroughHall, in the county of York, by Catherine, daughter and co-heiress of Sir William Peuwicke, knt. of Meldon. After her father was slain at Melton Mowbray, In the service of Charles II. her mother re-married Sir Francis RadclyfT, bart. who was created Earl of Derwentwater, by James II. By Mary, his wife, who died 9th November, 1773, Mr. Fenwick left at his decease, 23rd December, 1783, aged sixty-oue, two sons and three danghters, viz.

l. James, his heir.

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