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Elizabeth, m. to Ralph Egerton, esq. of Wryne Hill, in Staffordshire. Cicily, m. to Thomas Fowleshurst, esq. of Crew, in Cheshire. Joan, m. in 1411, to John, son and heir of Ralph Davenport, esq. of Davenport, in Cheshire. Ellen, m. to Thomas Fitton, esq. of Gawseworth, in the same county. Agnes, affianced to William Bromley, esq. of Badington, in Cheshire, son of Sir John Bromley, but died before marriage. Margaret, m. first in 1426, to William Bromley, the affianced husband of her deceased sister. She outlived him, and m. secondly, Sir John Needham, of Crannach, Justiciarius de banco, and judge of Chester, 1 Edward IV.

This Randle, commonly called Honkyn Manwaring, in the language of those times, died in 1546, and was * by his eldest son,"

SIR John MANwa RING, knt. of Over Peover, who m. first in 1411, Margaret, daughter of John Delves, sen. esq. of Dodington, in Cheshire, and had a son and two daughters, viz.

WILLIAM, his heir, m. in 1443, Ellen, daughter of Sir John Butler, knt. of Bewsey, in Lancashire, and dying in his father's lifetime, left a son, John, successor to his grandfather.

Elizabeth, m. in 1436, to Piers Warburton, son and heir of Sir Geoffrey de Warburton, of Arley. Margaret, m. to Hamnet, son and heir of John Ashley, esq. of Ashley. Sir lohn had a second wife, called Joan. He d. about the end of Edward IV.'s reign, and was s. by his grandson. John MANwARING, esq. of Over Peover, who m. "aud, daughter of Robert Legh, esq. of Adlington, and had issue, John (Sir), his heir. Robert. Maud, m. in 1490, to Thomas Starkey, esq. of Wrenbury, in Cheshire. Joan, m. in 1512, to Sir Thomas Ashton, of Ashton super Mersey, in the same county.

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"Beside his legitimate children, he had a bastard son by Emma Farrington, called Hugh Manwaring, from * the Manwarings of Croxton, near Middlewich; * Thomas Manwaring of North Road, another bastard ** and Randle, another, with three bastard daughters. The last male heir of the Croxton branch, JAMEs MAIN**ING, esq. left three daughters, the eldest of whom *rried Michael Oldfield, esq. and their son, Main**ing Oldfield, esq. sold the manor of Croxton to Roger Wilbraham, esq. of Dorfold.

Her grandson, ARTHUR MAYNwARING, esq. born at latteld in 1668, was a person of considerable note im*iately before and after the revolution. At first he *ed the cause of JAMEs, and wrote in favour of it, * his introduction to the Duke of Somerset, and the

1 of Dorset, and Buckingham, wrought a complete *se in his political views. He studied the law until "nty-five or twenty-six years of age, about which time "father died, and left him a good estate, but very much *mbered. Upon the conclusion of the peace of Rys**k, he went to Paris, and on his return was made one

Edward, from whom descend the Mainwarings of Whitmore, in Staffordshire; of Bromborough, in Cheshire; and of Oteley, in Shropshire. (See Burke's Commoners, vols. iii. and iv.)

Robert, ancestor of the Manwarings of Merton Sands, in Cheshire. About the middle of the seventeenth century, Charles Manwaring, esq. sold Merton Sands to Thomas Fleetwood, esq. and from the Fleetwoods the estate passed to the Cholmondeleys of Vale Royal.




Margaret. Catherine, m. in 1521, to William, son of Humphrey Newton, esq. of Pownall.

Sir John was sheriff of Flintshire in 1514, and died the next year, at the age of forty-five. He was s. by his eldest son,

SIR RANDLE MAN was ING, knt. of Over Peover. This gentleman, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Randle Brereton, of Malpas, and widow of Richard Cholmondeley, esq. of Cholmondeley, in Cheshire, and had three daughters, viz.

1. MARGARET, m. to Sir Arthur Manwaring, knt.

of Ightfeild,t in Shropshire.

11. Eliza BETH, m. first, to Peter Shakerley, esq. of Houlm, in Allostock, Cheshire; and secondly, in 1561, to Christopher Holford, esq. of Holford.

III. CATHERINE, m. to John Davenport, esq. of Henbury, in Cheshire.

Sir Randle m. secondly, in 1551, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Ralph Leycester, of Toft, but by that lady, who wedded, secondly, Sir Edmund Trafford, of Trafford, had no other issue. He d. 6th September, 1557, and in default of male issue, was s. by his brother,

PHILIP MAN wani NG, esq. of Over Peover, who m. Anne, daughter of Sir Ralph Leycester, of Toft, and had issue,

RANdle (Sir), his heir.
Edmund, of Ranmore, near Nantwich.
Elizabeth, d.s. p.

He d. 11th April, 1573, and was s. by his elder son, SiR RANDLE MAN wari.NG, knt. of Over l’eover, who m. first, Margaret, daughter of Sir Edward Fitton, of Gawseworth, in Cheshire, sometime treasurer of Ireland in the time of Elizabeth, and had issue,

RANDLE (Sir), his heir.

Edmund, LL.D. chancellor of Chester, 1642, father of Sir William Mainwaring, killed at the siege of Chester.

of the commissioners of the Customs, he was admitted a member of the Kit-Cat Club, and was looked upon as one of the chief ornaments and supports of it by his pleasantry and wit. In the beginning of Queen ANNE's reign, the Lord Treasurer Godolphin, engaged Mr. Scone to retire from the auditorship of the imposts, his lordship paying several thousand pounds as an equivalent, and bestowed the office upon Mr. Maynwaring. In the parliament of 1705, he was burgess for Preston, in Lancashire. He had a considerable share in the publication called the Medley, and was author of several other pieces. He sold Ightfield to Lord Kilmorey, and died at St. Albans 13th November, 1712, having some time before his death made his will, in which he left Mrs. Oldfield, the celebrated actress, his executrix, by whom he had a son, Arthur Maynwaring, and divided his estate pretty equally between him, and Mrs. Oldfield, and his sister; he was buried at Chertsey, in Surrey, where his father and grandfather lay, and where they had formerly an estate and seat. Sir Richard Steele dedicated to him the first volume of the Tatler.

Thomas, D.D. parson of Weldon, Northamptonshire, living in 1634.

Philip (Sir), secretary of Ireland, under the lieutenantcy of the Earl of Strafford, died unn. 2nd August, 1661, at London.

Anne, m. at Great Budworth, 31st August, 1591, to Lawrence, son and heir of Sir Thomas Smith, of Hough, in Cheshire.

Catherine, m. to Sir Edward Stanley, of Bickerstaff, in Lancashire.

Elizabeth, m. in 1611, to Peter Leycester, esq. of Nether Tabley.

Eleanor, d. unm.

Sir Randle m. secondly, Catherine, widow of William Brereton, esq. of Honford, in Cheshire, and daughter of Roger Hurleston, of Chester. This gentleman rebuilt the hall, at Over Peover in 1586. He was sheriff of Cheshire in 1605, and dying 27th May, 1612, was s. by his eldest son, Sir RANDLE MAN waiti Na, (the younger) knt. who was sheriff of Limerick, in Ireland, in 1605, the year his father served the office for Cheshire, for which county he was himself sheriff in 1619, and mayor of Chester at the same time. He m. Jane, daughter of Sir Thomas Smith, of Hough, and had issue,

Philip, his heir. George, of Marthall, living in 1666, m. Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Tatton, esq. of Withenshaw, and relict of John Lathom, esq. of Winslow, in Cheshire. Elizabeth, m, first, to Robert Ravenscroft, esq. of Bretton, and had issue. She m. secondly, Sir Francis Gamul, knt. of Chester, but by him had no children, she survived both her husbands, and died at Chester, 13th August, 1661. Anne, m. to Robert Brierwood, esq. of Chester, barrister-at-law, afterwards Sir Robert Brierwood, knt. judge of three shires in Wales. Margaret, m. to Henry, son and heir of Henry Birkenhead, of Backford, prothonotary of Chester, but had no surviving issue. She died at Chester, 25th July, 1661.

Sir Randle d. 12th January, 1632, and was s. by his elder son, PHILIP MANw ARING, esq. of Over Peover, captain of the light horse of Chester, and sheriff of Cheshire, in 1639. He m. in 1622, Ellen, daughter of Edward Minshull, esq. of Stoke, near Nantwich, and had issue,

Randle, who d. s. p. before his father.

Thomas, his heir.

Edward, living in 1666, m. Frances, daughter of Peter Holbrooke, esq. of Newbrook, in Cheshire.

He d. 10th December, 1647. Ellen, his widow, built in 1648, a neat chapel of stone, on the north side of the chancel of Over Peover Church, with two fine monuments for herself and her husband, and “a fair vault under the said chapel for burial.” The elder surviving son and heir, 1. THoMA's MAINwARING, esq. of Over Peover, high sheriff of Cheshire in 1657, and one of the knights of the shire, with Sir George Booth, (afterwards Lord Delamere,) in the restoration parliament, was created a BARoNET by King CHARLEs II. 22nd November, 1660. Sir Thomas m. 26th May, 1642, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry Delves, bart. of Doddington, and had six sons and six daughters, who all died unmarried, except John, his heir. Elizabeth, m. to Peter, son and heir of Sir Geffery Shakerley, knt. of Shakerley and Hulme, but d. s. p. Anne m. to Robert Alport, esq. of Overton, and had a daughter, Jane Alport, m. to John Lacon, esq. of West Copies, in Shropshire.

Sir Thomas d. 28th June, 1689, and was s. by his son,

11. Sir John Mainwarino, b. sth May, 1656, who m."28th September, 1616, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Roger Whitley, esq. of Peel, in Cheshire, and had with other issue,

Thomas, his heir. Roger, m. Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Middleton, of Shipton, in Yorkshire, but d.s.p. in 1707. Henry, b. 3rd August, 1686; n. 26th July, 1725, Diana, only daughter of William Blackett, esq. deceased, eldest son of Sir Edward Blackett, bart. of Newby, but died before his brother Thomas, leaving his wife enciente, who after the death of her brother-in-law, Sir Thomas Main. waring, gave birth to a son, HENRY, who inherited the baronetcy. Mrs. Henry Mainwaring, wedded, secondly, the Rev. Thomas Wetenhal, rector of Walthamstow, in Essex, and by him had a son, Thomas WETENHAL, b. 21st December, 1736.

Sir John who was formany years member for Cheshire, deputy lieutenant and captain of light horse, died 4th November, 1702, and was s. by his son, 111. Sir Thomas MAINwaring, born at Peel, 7th August, 1681, m. 20th March, 1724-5, Martha, eldest daughter and co-heir of William Lloyd, esq. of Halch. ton, in Flintshire, but by her (who m. secondly, Ed. ward Mainwaring, esq. of Whitmore,) he had no issue. He d. 20th September, 1726, and was s. by his nephew, iv. Sir HENRY MAINwari NG, who was born a Baronet, and the thirtieth male representative of his family. He received the earlier part of his education, under the celebrated Mr. Dongworth, at Durham School, whence, in February, 1743-4, he was admitted of Lin. coln College, Oxford, where he obtained the degree of M.A. In 1759, he went abroad and made the tyur of Italy, and on his return served as captain in the royal Cheshire, and was afterwards (1764) promoted to the majority of the same regiment. He d. unm. 6th April. 1797, when the BARoNETcy ExpireD, but the estates, Sir Henry bequeathed to his uterine brother,

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daughter of Mannock of Stoke Nayland, in Suffolk, and had a son,

Thomas Mans, of the Inner Temple, usher of the Holla, who m. Elisabeth, daughter of William Alston, gent, of Marlesford. in Suffolk, and had five sons and four daughters. His eldest son,

Robert Mann, esq. of London, and afterwards of Linton, in Kent, m. Eleanor, daughter and hefr of Christopher Guise, esq. of Abbot's Court, in Gloucestershire, and had issue,

i. Edward-louisa, his heir. Ii. Horatio (Sir), heir to his brother. ill. Galfridus, of Egerton, in Kent, M.P. for Maidstone, m. Sarah, daughter of John Gregory, esq. of the city of London, and had one surviving son and four daughters, viz.

1. Horatio, who s. his nncle Sir Horatio.

1. Alice, b. Hist May, 1739; m. to — Ap


2. Sarah, n. in ]740; rf. unm.

3. Catharine, 6. in 1742; m. to the Hon.

and Right Rev. Jakes Cornwallis, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, who, at the decease of his nephew in 1813, became fourth Earl Cornwallis.

4. Eleanor, m. to Thomas Powis, esq.

i. Eleanor, m. to Sir John Toriano, knt. of Lon-
don, merchant.
Ii. Mary, m. to Benjamin Hatley Foote, esq. of Mai-
ling Abbey, in the county of Kent, and had

George - Talbot - Hatley Foote, of Mailing

Abbey, d. in 1621.
John Foote, banker in London, m. Eleanor,

daughter of Jos. Martin, esq. and had

issue. (See Burke's Commoners, vol. i.

p. 372.)

in. Catharine, m. to the Rev. Francis Hender Foote, who d. in 1773, and had issue (refer as above;.

Mr. Mann d. in 1752, and was s. by his eldest son,

Edward-louisa Mann, esq. of Linton, who d. unm. I6th December, 1755, and was t. by his brother,

i. Sir Horatio Mann, K.B. and Baronet; the latter dignity conferred 3rd March, 1755, with remainder, default of the heirs of his body, to his brother Galfridus and the heirs male of that gentleman- Sir Horatio was accredited, in 1740, envoy-extraordinary and minister-plenipotentiary at the court of Florence. He died in that city, at an advanced age, Oth November, 1786, where he had resided forty-six years, and was s. by his nephew (the only son of Galfridus),

Ii. Sir Horatio Mann, M.P. for Sandwich, who had previously succeeded to his father's estates. In January, 1774, be acted as proxy at the installation of his uncle Sir Horatio as knight of the Bath, and receiving on the occasion the honour of knighthood himself, was afterwards called Sir Horace Mann for distinction. He m. in 1705, Lady Lucy Noel, daughter of Baptist, fourth Earl of Gainsborough, and had three daughters,

Lucr, m, in 1760, to James Mann, esq. of Egerton

Lodge, near Lenbam.
Emily, m. in 1792, to Robert Heron, esq. now Sir

Robert Heron, bart.
Harriet, m. 28th July, 1801, to Colonel Rochford,

of Ireland.

He d. 2nd April, 1814, when the Baronetcy Expired.

Arms—Sa. on a fesse counterembattled, between three goats passant arg. as many ogresses.

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This family is stated to have come originally from Denmark, and to have flourished in England under her Danish kings.

Robert Mannock, living at Stoke-juxta-Neyland, in Suffolk, in the time of Edward III. was father of William Mannock, whose son, John Mannock, left a son and heir, Philip Mannock, who purchased Gilford's Hall 0 Henry VI. His grandson,

John Mannock, esq. of Gilford's Hall, in Stoke-byNewland, in the county of Suffolk, left a son and successor,

George Mannock, esq. who m. Catherine, daughter of Thomas Waldgrave, esq. of Smallbridge, and dying 22nd August, 1541, was s. by his eldest son,

William Mannock, esq. who m. Audrie, daughter of John Allington, esq. of Westley, in Cambridgeshire, and had several sons. He d. 8th July, 6 Philip and Mart. The inquisition, taken the following September, sets forth that he died 8th July post, seised of the manors of Holton Hall, Raymes, Gifiords, and Chamberlains, in Stoke Newland, and that Francis, his son and heir, is five years old. The said son,

Francis Mannock, esq. m. Mary, daughter of William Fitch, esq. of Little Canfield, in Essex, and died 2nd November, 1590, leaving, with several daughters, an only son,

William Mannock, esq. thirty-four years of age at his father's death. He m. Etheldred, daughter of Ferdinando Linton, in Cambridgeshire, and d. 15th March, 15 James I. He was i. by his eldest son,

i. Francis Mannock, esq. of Gifford's Hall, in Suffolk, who was created a Baronet by King Charles I. 1st June, 1627. Sir Francis ». Dorothy, daughter of William Saunders, esq. of Blofield, in Norfolk, and had three sons, Francis, William, and John, with a daughter, Anne, the wife of Valentine Saunders, esq. of Blofield. He d. 20th November, 1034, and was s. by his eldest son,

II. Sir Francis Mannock, who m. in 1630, Mary, eldest daughter of Sir George Heneage, knt. of Hainton, in the county of Lincoln, and bad issue, William, his heir. Francis. John.

Thomas, of Great Bromley Hall, Essex, who m.
Mary, daughter of Sir Cecil Bissbopp, bart. of
Parham, but d. s. p.
Mary, ///. to John Petre, esq. of Fidlers, in Essex,
son of the Hon. John Petre, fourth son of the
second Lord Petre, and is now represented by
the Cannings Of Foxcotb.
Catherine, m. to John Newport, esq. of Pelham,

in Hertfordshire.
Anne, in. to Sir Daniel Arthur, of London, mer-
Bridget, m. to Robert Strickland, esq.

Audrey, m. to Peter Lynch, esq. Sir Francis d. 26th April, 1686, and was s. by his eldest son, 111. SiR WILLIAM MANNock, who m. Ursula, daughter of HENRY NEvil alias SM1th, esq. of Holt, in the county of Leicester, and had issue, FRANCIs, his successor. William. John. Ursula. Anne. Etheldred, m. to Henry Timperley, esq. of Hincklesham Hall, in Suffolk. Elizabeth. Faith. Sir William d. 26th January, 1713-14, and was s. by his eldest son, Iv. SiR FRANcis MANNock. This gentleman married Frances, daughter and heir of George Yates, esq. of North Waltham, in the county of Southampton, and had issue, WILLIAM, his successor. FRANcis, inherited as seventh baronet. Thomas, who s. his brother Francis, and was eighth baronet. GEORGE, ninth baronet. Ursula, m. to James Nihell, esq. Etheldred. Mary. Anne. He d. 27th August, 1758 (his widow 18th May, 1761), and was s. by his eldest son, v. Sir William MANNock, who m. first, Teresa, daughter of Anthony Wright, esq. of Whaleside, in Essex (a banker in Covent Garden), but by that lady had no issue. He wedded, secondly, Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Robert Allwyn, esq. of Treford, in Sussex, by whom he had a daughter, Mary, who died an infant, and a son, WILLIAM-ANTHoNY, b. 28th May, 1759. He d. 16th March, 1764, and was s. by his son, vi, Sir William-ANthony MANNock, who d. unm. 24th March, 1776, and was s. by his uncle, v1.1. SiR FRANcis MANNock, whom. Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Stonor, esq. of Watling Park, in the county of Oxford, but dying issueless 17th September, 1778, was s. by his brother, viii. Sir Thomas MANNock, who wedded, first, Mary, daughter of George-Brownlow Doughty, esq. of Snarford Hall, in the county of Lincoln; and secondly, Anastasia, daughter of Mark Browne, esq. of Eastbourne, in Sussex, but d.s. p. 2nd September, 1781, and was s. by his brother, 1x. S1R GEORGE MANNock, who was killed by the overturning of the Dover mail, 3rd June, 1787, and dying issueless, the BARoNETcy Expired.

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and had several children. heir, HeNRY MANsel, descended SIR John MANsel, knt. who figured in a most distinguished manner in the reign of HENRY.III. He was at one time chancellor of London, and provost of Beverley, afterwards treasurer of York, and finally lord chancellor to the king. He was frequently em. ployed upon the most important foreign missions to the pope, to the King of Castile, and to the Scotch. But one circumstance alone establishes his great influ. ence; in the 46th of HENRY III. there being some apprehension of his stirring up strife between the king and his peers, HENRY wrote to the pope and cardinals that he was innocent. He m. Joan, daughter of Simon Beauchamp, of Bedford, and had a son and heir, SIR THoMA's MANsel, knight banneret, who, according to Hollinshed, was taken prisoner, 48 HENRY III. at Northampton. His son, HENRY MANs El, settled, temp. Edward I. in Gla. morganshire, and was father of Sir WALTER MANs EL, knt. who held of King EDwARD I. in capite, the manor of Missenden, in the county of Bucks. He was buried at St. Botolph's Church, in London, and was great-grandfather, or great-great-grandfather of Richard MANsel, esq. of Missenden, who m. Lucy, daughter and sole heir of Philip Scurlage, Lord of Scurlage Castle, in the county of Glamorgan, and was s. by his son, Sir HUGH MANsel, knt. whose wife was Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Sir John Penrys, knt. lord of Oxwick and other large territories in Glamorganshire, all of which accrued to Sir Hugh, and by the lady was father of Richard MANs EL, esq. of Oxwick, who m. Elizabeth, daughter of Hamon Turbervile, of Penline, in Glamorganshire, and was s. by his son,

John MANsel, esq. of Oxwick, whose son and heir,

PHILIP MANsel, esq. fell in the war of the Roses, and was attainted. He m. Mary, daughter of Griffith ap Nicholas, esq. of Newton, in the county of Carmarthen, and had a son and heir,

JENKIN MANsel, esq. who procured a repeal of his father's attainder and a restoration in blood and estate. Hem. Edith, daughter and co-heir of Sir George Kyme, knt. of Kent, and had issue,

From his eldest son and

Rice, his heir.
Hugh, m. Jane, daughter and co-heir of Richard
Owgan, of Kent, and left a son,
Robert, groom of the bedchamber to Airg
Philip, m. Anne, daughter of William Dabridge-


Alice, m. to John Drew, of Bristol.
Anne, m. to David ap Rees Wynn, of St. Cothens-
Jane, m. to John Wynn ap Jenkin ap Richard.
Elizabeth, m. to Christopher Flemyng.

The eldest son and heir, SIR Rice MANsel, received the honour of knighthood before the 27th of HENRY VIII. in which year he was sent with a supply of soldiers into Ireland, to assist the lord deputy in suppressing a rebellion raised in that kingdom by the Earl of Kildare. In the next year he had a grant for life of the chamberlainship of Chester, and in a few years after a grant of the site of the monastery of Margam, in the county of Glamorgan, and the royalty of the Avon water, to him and his heirs. He m. first, Eleanor, daughter and sole heir of James Basset, esq. of Beaupre, but by her left no surviving issue. He wedded, secondly, Anne. daughter of Sir Giles Bruges, knt. of Coberley, in the county of Gloucester, and by her had three sons, who all died in his lifetime, and two daughters, whereof only two survived; namely, Catherine, wife of William Basset, esq. of Beaupre; and Elizabeth, of William Morgan, esq. of Lantarnam, in the county of Monmouth. He m. thirdly, Cicely, daughter of William Dabridgecourt, and had Edward, his successor. Anthony, n. to Elizabeth, daughter of John Basset, esq. of Lanthrithed. Mary, ": to Sir Thomas Southwell, knt. of Uprising, in Norfolk. His last will and testament bears date 10th December, *, and the probate thereof 10th May, 1589. He was * by his son, Sir Edward MANsel, who had received the honour * knighthood in 1572, was chamberlain of Chester, and a man of great honour, integrity, and courage, distinguishing himself in many services during the *gn of Elizabeth. He m. Lady Jane Somerset, *"ungest daughter of Henry, Earl of Worcester, by whom (who d. 16th October, 1597,) he had issue, THoMAs, his heir. F*cis, who was created a BARoNET, and was founder of the branch of Trimsaran. Robert (Sir), knighted by the Earl of Essex for his valour in the capture of the town of Calais in 1596, and having signalized himself in several encounters, was made vice-admiral of the fleet by Aing JAMEs I. in which station he was continued by CHARLEs I. and lived to a very old age, much esteemed for his great integrity, per*onal courage, and experience in maritime af. fairs. Philip, died, leaving a son, Thomas. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Walter Rice, knt. of Newton, in Carmarthenshire, and had issue. Cecil, m. to Rowland Williams, esq. of Llangiby, in the county of Monmouth, and had issue. Mary, m. to Christopher Turberville, esq. of Pennlyne, and had issue. Anne, m- to Edward Carne, esq. of Nashe, and had issue. Sir Edward was s. by his eldest son, | Thomas MANsel, esq. of Margam, in Glamorgan*e, was created a Baronet 22nd May, 1611. Sir !"as m. first, Mary, daughter of Lewis, second * Mordaunt; and secondly, Jane, daughter of * Pole, esq. By the latter he had a daughter, *ry, wife of Edward Stradling, esq. and by the "er he had three sons." Sir Thomas a 20th De*r, 1631, and was s. by his son, 11. sis Lewis MANsel, who wedded, first, Lady £e Sydney, daughter of Robert, first Earl of **ter, and aunt of AlcERNoN SYDNEY, but by that *y had no issue. He m. secondly, Katherine, daugh: of Sir Edward Lewis, of Van, in the county of "organ, by whom he had two daughters, Jane, m. * Abraham Wogan, esq. and Blanche, m. to Sir *aries Kerneys, knt. He m. thirdly, Lady Elizabeth "tague, daughter of Henry, Earl of Manchester, by * (who wedded, secondly, sir Edward Sebright,) he had issue, Euward, his heir. Henry. Elizabeth, m. to Sir William Wiseman, bart. of Rivenhall. Mary, m- to William Leman, esq. of Northaw. : about the year 1638, and was s. by his elder


". Sir Edward MANsel, who m. Martha, daughter

of Edward Carne, esq. of Wenny, in the county of Glamorgan, and had issue, viz. Edward, d. unm. THoMAs, heir to his father. Martha, m. to Thomas Morgan, esq. of Tredegar. Elizabeth, m. to Sir Edward Stradling, bart. of St. Donats. Sir Edward d. 17th November, 1706, aged seventy, and was s. by his only surviving son, Iv. SIR Thomas MANsel, who was comptroller of the household to Queen ANNE, one of her majesty’s privy council, one of the commissioners of the Treasury, one of the tellers of the Exchequer, and raised to the peerage, in 1711, as Baron Mansell, of Margam. He m. Martha, daughter and heir of Francis Millington, esq. of the city of London, merchant, by whom he had issue, 1. Ron ERT, his heir, who m. Anne, daughter and co-heir of the celebrated Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovel, knt. and dying before his father, 29th April, 1723, left with a daughter, a son, viz. THoMAs, successor to his grandfather.

11. CHRistopher, l sixth and seventh baronets and 111. Bussy, third and fourth barons.

1. Martha. ii. Elizabeth. 111. Mary, m. to John Ivory Talbot, esq. of Laycock, in Wiltshire, and the descendant of this marriage is the present CHRIsroPHER Rick MANsELTALBor, esq. of Margam, M.P. His lordship d. 10th December, 1723, and was s. by his grandson, v. Sir Thomas MANsell, second Lord Mansell. This noblemand. unmarried in 1723, when his honours reverted to his uncle, v1. SiR CHRIsroPhER MANsell, third Lord Mansell, who d. unmarried 29th January, 1744, and was s. by his brother, v11. SiR Bussy MANsell, fourth Lord Mansell, who m. first, Lady Betty Hervey, daughter of John, Earl of Bristol, but by her ladyship had no issue. He m. secondly, Lady Barbara Blacket, widow of Sir Walter Blacket, bart. and daughter of William, second Earl of Jersey, by whom he had an only daughter and heiress, Louis A-BARBARA MANsell, who m. George, second Lord Vernon, by whom she had one daughter to survive infancy, THE Hon. Louisa VERNoN, who died in 1786 unmarried. Lady Vernon died in the same year. His lordship d. 29th November, 1750, when all his honours, including the BARoNETcy, Expired.

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- <!: Maunselis, of Plassy, in the county of Limerick, claim to derive from the second of these sons, and if that claim *ablished in law, the BARONErcy of Mansel, or Margam, would not be extinct, but centre in the Irish branch.

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