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JAMES-THOMAS STOPFORD, Eaal of COURTOWN, Viscount Stopford, Baron Courtown, co. Wexford, in the Peerage of Ireland, and Baron Saltersford, of Saltersford, co. Chester, in that of Great Britain : born 27 March 1794; succeeded his father, James, the late earl, 15 June 1835 ; married, 4 July 1822, lady Charlotte-Albinia, da. of the late and sister of the present duke of Buccleuch, and by her (who d. 29 Feb. 1828) has issue, –1. JAMES-HENRY-GEORGE, riscount Stopford, b. 24 April 1823; –2. Edwann-SYDNEY., b. 29 Aug. 1824;-3. Isabella,

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JAMEs stopford, 1st earl of Courtown, (whose ancestor, Jame-Stopford. of saltersford, co. Chester, lineally descended from Nicholas de stockport, one of the right barons co. Chester, settled in Ireland 1641.) was created, 19 Sept. 1754, baron of C*town, co. Wexford'; and 12 April 1762, was further advanced to the dignities of viscount Stopford, and earl of Courton. The earl m., 24 Feb. 1726, Elizabeth, only da. of Edward Smyth, bishop of Down and Connor, by whom he had issue,

1. JAMES, 2d earl.

2. Edwand, b. 1732, a lieut.-gen. in the army, m., 1 Oct. 1783, Letitia, dal of William Blacker, esq., and d. 22 Oct. 1794, leaving

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Bannington, b. Jan. 1828.

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-3. Sir Ronent, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., admiral of the red, b. 5 Feb. 1768, m., 29 June 18-49, Mary da. of Robert Fanshawe, esq., commissioner of the dock-yard at Plymouth, and ha-i-sue, 1. Robert-Fanshawe, R.N., b. 19 Dec. ldll. 2. Christiana-Fanshawe, b.6 March 1814. 3. Eleanor, b. 10 Dec. 1815. 4. James-John, R.N., b. 17 April 1817. 5. Henrietta-Maria, b. 21 Dec. 1818. 6. Louisa-Catherine, b. 24 May 1820. 7. Arthur-Fanshawe, b. 16 Feb. 1822. 8. Charlotte-Anne, b. 2 Oct. 1823. 4. Richand-Bravce, in holy orders, chaplain in ordinary to her majesty, canon of windsor, prebendary of Hereford, and rector of Barton-Segrave, co. Northampton, b. 4 March 1774, m., 19 Nov. 1800, Eleanor Powis, sister to Thomas, 2d lord Lilford, and has issue, 1. George, b. 29 §§ lool. 2. Eleanor-Elizabeth, b. 4 Sept. 1802, m., 26 July 1832, Ambrose Isted, of Ecton, co. Northampton, esq. 3. Richard-Henry, commander R.N., b. 22 Nov. Ino. 4. Charles, b. 19 Jan. 1805. 5. William-Bruce, b. 1 April 1806, m., 20 June 1837, Caroline-Harriet, da. of the hon. George Germaine, and niece of Charles, duke of Dorset. 6. James-Sydney, b. 14 April 1808. 7. Edward, b. 20 Aug. 1809. 8. Lucy-Charlotte, b. 16 Oct. 1811. 9. Robert, b. 16 April 1813. 10. Harriett-Jane, b. 19 Sept. 1816. The earl d. 30 March 1810, and was succeeded by his eldest son, James-Gronoe, 3d earl, K.P., P.C., b. 15 Aug. 1765, m., 29 Jan. 1791, lady Mary,

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2. A da., b. 24 July 1831. 5. MARY-FRANCEs, b. 21 Feb. 1801, lady of the bedchamber to the duchess of Kent. 6. Robert, b. 23 Nov. 1802, d. Sept. 1828. 7. ELIZABETH-ANNA, b. 9 Jan. 1805, d. 22 May 1832. 8. JANE, b. 25 Feb. 1806, m., 11 April 1833, § Abel-John Ram, of Clonartin, co. Wexord. 9. CHARLoTTE, b. 7 Sept. 1807, d. unm. 8 June 1830. 10. CARollins, b. 17 Sept. 1811, d. an infant. The earl d. 15 June 1835, and was succeeded by his eldest son, JAMES-THoMAs, present and 4th earl. Heir Apparent—JAMEs-HENRY-GEORGE, viscount Stopford, the earl's eldest son. Creations—Baron, 19 Sept. 1758; Wiscount and Earl, 12 April 1762; Baron Saltersford, in England, 7 June 1796. Arms—Azure, semée of cross crosslets and three lozenges, or. Crest—Acockatrice, wings elevated, proper. Supporters—Two stags, proper, plain collared and chained, and each charged on the shoulder with a lozenge, or. Motto—Patriae infelici fidelis. Faithful to an unhappy country.

JOSEPH LEESON, EARL of MILTOWN, co. Dublin, Wiscount Russborough, of Russellstown, co. Wicklow, and Baron Russborough in the same co. ; born 5 Feb. 1799; succeeded his grandfather, Brice, the late earl, 10 Jan. 1807; married, June 1828, Barbara, da. of sir Joshua-Colles Meredith, bart., and widow of Eyre Tilson, last lord Castlecoote, and has issue, −1. JOSEPH-HENRY, viscount Russborough, b. 10 May 1829; –2. EMILY, b. Nov. 1830, d. an infant ;-—3. CEcILIA-MARY, b. 11 Dec. 1831 ; –4. BARBARA-MARIA (twin with Cecilia-Mary);-5. A

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FRANCIS-WILLIAM CAULFEILD, EARL of CHARLEMONT, Viscount Charlemont, co. Armagh, Baron Caulfeild, of Charlemont, in the same co., in the Peerage of Ireland, and Baron Charlemont, of Charlemont, co. Armagh, in that of the United Kingdom, K.P.; a Trustee of the Linen Manufacture, and one of the Representative Peers and P.C. for Ireland; born 3 Jan. 1775; succeeded his father, James, the late earl, 4 Aug. 1799; created Baron Charlemont, of Charlemont, aforesaid, 13 Feb. 1837, with remainder to his brother, the hon. Henry Caulfeild; married, 9 Feb. 1802, Anne, youngest da. and co-h. of William Bermingham, of Ross Hill, co. Galway, esq., (a lady of the bedchamber to her majesty,) and had issue, 1. JAMrs-William, b. Aug. 1803, d. at Abbeville, 13 Jan. 1823; 2. William-FRANcis, b. April 1805, d. 1807; 3. MARIAMELosina, b. Jan. 1807, d. unm. 4 March 1827 ;—4. EMILY-CHARlot TE, b. June 1808, d. unm. Oct. 1829.

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Dec. 1620, created baron Charlemont, with
remainder to his nephew, sir WILLIAM,
who became, on his uncle's death 1627, 2d
baron, and d. 1640, leaving, besides other
issue, 3 sons, successively barons Charle-
mont, viz. Toby, 3d baron, murdered 1641;
RoBERT, 4th baron, also d. 1641; and
WILLIAM, 5th baron of Charlemont, cre-
ated viscount Charlemont 1665, and had
issue by Sarah, da. of Charles Moore, 2d
viscount Drogheda,
WILLIAM, 2d viscount, m., 11 July 1678,
Anne Margetson, only da. of James, arch-
bishop of Armagh; and dying 21 July 1728,
was succeeded by his son,
JAMES, 3d viscount, m. Elizabeth, .
da, of Francis Bernard, of Castle Bernard,
esq., judge of the court of Common Pleas,
(ancestor of the earls of Bandon,) and had
issue by her, (who m.,, 2dly, 9 Oct. 1740,
* Adderley, of Inishannon, co. Cork,
1. JAMES, 4th viscount.
2. FRANCIS, m., Oct. 1769, Mary Eyre,
only da. of John, lord Eyre; leaving London
9 Nov. 1775, accompanied by his lady, eld-
est da., and a female infant, to attend his
lace in the senate, as representative for
harlemont, he was lost in a tremendous
storm in their passage to Ireland; he left
1. James, a major in the army, who took
#ame of Eyre, before that of Caul-
2. Eleanor, m. William-Forward, 3d earl
of Wicklow.
The viscount d. 21 April 1734, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,
JAMES, 4th viscount, K.P., b. 18 Aug.
1728, created earl of Charlemont, 23 Dec.
1763, it appearing from the rolls of the
court of chancery, that James I., by letters

under his sign manual, dated at Westmin-
ster 16 July 1622, directed the chief governor
of Ireland to cause letters patent to pass
under the great seal, containing, a grant
of the dignity of an earl to the then lord
Charlemont, but which was never put in
execution; m., 2 July 1768, Mary, da. of
Thomas Hickman, co. Clare, esq., descend-
ed from the noble family of Windsor, vis-
counts Windsor, which title became extinct
1728, (who d. April 1807,) and had issue,
1. FRANCIS-WILLIAM, present earl.
2. JAMES-Thomas, b. 1 Aug. 1776, d. 8
Sept. 1793.
3, HENRY, of Hackly Lodge, co. Armagh,
b. 29 July 1779, m., 30 Aug. 1819, Elizabeth-
Margaret, 2d da. of Dodwell Browne, of
Ralines, co. Mayo, esq., and has issue,
1. James-Molyneux, b. Oct. 1820.
2. Henry-William, b, April 1822.
3. Zoe-Margaret, b. April 1824.
4. ELIZABETH, b. 13 Dec. 1773, d. unm. 26

A*, 1830.
he earld. 4 Aug. 1799, and was succeeded
by his son,
FRANCIs-WILLIAM, present and 2d earl.
Heir Presumptive — The hon. HENRY
CAULFEILD, only brother of the earl.
Creations—Barón, 22 Dec. 1620; Viscount,
8 Oct. 1665; Earl, 23 Dec. 1763; Baron
Charlemont, in the Peerage of the United
Kingdom, 13 Feb. 1837.
Arms—Barry of ten argent and gules, on
a canton of the second a lion passant guard-
ant Or.
Crest—A dragon's head erased gules, gor-
ged with a collar gemell argent.
Supporters—Two dragons, wings elevated,
gules, each gorged with a collar gemell ar-
g Motto—Deo duce, ferro comitante. Godmy
leader, and my sword my companion.

JOHN SAVILE, EARL of MEXBOROUGH, of Lifford, co. Donegal, Viscount Pollington, Baron Pollington, of Longford, M.R.I.A. ; born 3 July 1783; succeeded his father, John, late earl, 3 Feb. 1830 ; married, 29 Aug. 1807, Anne, eldest da. of Philip, 3d earl of Hardwicke, K.G., and has issue, 1. JOHN-CHARLES-GEORGE, viscount Pollington, in the army, b. 4 June 1810;-2. HENRY-ALEXANDER, b. 12 Dec. 1811, in the army; —3. SARAH., b. 23 Feb. 1813; —4. PHILIP-Yo BKE, b. 23 Aug. 1814;-5. CHARLEs-STUART, b. 24 Feb. 1816;–6. FREDER1ck, b. 17 March 1817, in the army;-7. ARTHUR, b. 20 Dec. 1819.

bo". family of Savile appears, to have

death of George, 2d marquess, in 1700.

in seated in Yorkshire as early as the 12th century; and two branches of it were, at different periods, elevated to the peerage of England, by the titles of earl of Sussex and marquess of Halifax, of which the former became extinct on the death of John, 2d earl, 1672, and the latter on the

A third branch of the family was seated at Methley, co. York, of which was sir John SAvil E, one of the barons of the exchequer in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I. His eldest son, sir HENRY, was created a bart. 1611, but dying without surviving issue, the title became extinct, but

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Edward turnour, Earl winterton, viscount turnour, Baron Winterton, of Gort, co. Galway; born 18 May 1810; succeeded his father, Edward-Garth, late earl, Jan. 1833; married, 19 Jan. 1832, Maria,

3d da. of sir Peter Pole, bart., and has issue,
2. EMILY, b. 5 June 1834;
4. A SON, viscount Turnour, b. 15 Aug. 1837.

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sin Edward Turmour, ker of the house of commons 1661, and lord chief baron of the exchequer 1671, was father of sir Edward Turnour, knt., m. Isabella, da. of William Keith, earl marischal; on the failure of whose issue male, the Turnour estates devolved upon the representatives of his da., Sarah Turnour, who m. Francis Gee, esq., and had issue, Sarah, who, surviving all the male line of the Turnours, became sole heiress of the family: she m. Joseph Garth, e.g.: and d. 22 Sept. 1744, leaving issue, EDWARD, 1st earl; and Sarah, m., July 1757, John-William-Bacon Foster, of Newton Cap, co. Durham,

"kewane, 1st earl, sole representative of his maternal ancestors, was created baron Winterton, of Gort, 10 April 1761, and advanced to the dignity of viscount Turnour, and earl Winterton, 12 Feb. 1766; the earl m., 13 March 1756, Anne, dal of Thomas, lord Archer, and had issue by her, (who d. 20 June 1775, ) 1. Edward, 2d earl. 2. An Thun, b. 1762, d. 15 May 1794. 3. GER and, R.N., b. 3 Oct. 1765, d. 21 June 1824. 4. Gsongs, b. 4 Feb. 1768, m. Emilie de

1. Mania, b. 21 Nov. 3. GEono IANA, b. 4 Nov. 1835;

Baussett, niece of the cardinal duke de Baussett, and d. in Ceylon 19 April 1813, leaving issue, 1. Anna-Emily, b. 18 Jan. 1798, m. the chevalier de Pariset. 2. George, b. 11 March 1799. 3. Frances, b. 14 Nov. 1801, m., at Ceylon, 5 July 1820, William Granville, esq., secretary to government. 4. Edward-Archer, b. 22 Aug. 1804. 5. Jane, b. 24 April 1906. * Hexav, b. 24 April 1769, R.N., d. Sept. 6. Chanlrs, b. 20 June 1775, lieut. 60th foot, d. 23 Feb. 1816. 7. Axxe, b. 12 March 1757, m., 1st, George-Gordon Browne, esq.; 2dly, 26 Oct. ; F. Remington, M.D., and d. 22 Oct. 824. 8. CATHAnixir, b. 1 July 1759, m., 2 Jul 1778, William-Bacon Foster, esq., and d. the same year. 9. SAnah, d. young. 10. Isaakila, b. 7 April 1763, d. unm. 2 Oct. 1827. 11. Mania, d. yoff 12. Frances, b. 17 Dec. 1766, m., 23 Oct. 1806, John Allen, esq. 13, SYBELLA, b. 5 Aug. 1770, d. unm.

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