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RYDER, LORD HARROWBY.


NATHANIEL RYDER, baron Harrowby of Harrowby.

This nobleman was born 3 June 1735, and elected 1768 and 1774 to represent the borough of Tiverton in the county of Devon. He was created by king George the third baron Harrowby of Harrowby.

Lord Harrowby married 22 January 1762 Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Terrick, lord bishop of London; by which lady he has issue,

  1. Dudley, born 22 December 1762, and elected 1734 to represent the borough of Tiverton in the county of Devon.
  2. Richard, born 5 July 1766.
  3. Elizabeth, born 22 November 1767.
  4. Henry, born 1 July 1777.
  5. Anne, born 1 November 1779.

Sir Dudley Ryder, in the reign of king George the second, embraced. the profession of the law, and was constituted 30 November 1733 solicitor general, which office he exchanged 26 January 1736 for that of attorney general. He was farther appointed 20 April 1754 lord chief justice of the court of king's bench. He married Anne, daughter and heiress of Nathaniel Newnham of Streatham in the county of Surrey esquire; by which lady, who died 9 May 1774, he had issue Nathaniel lord Harrowby. Sir Dudley Ryder died 25 1756.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Harrowby of Harrowby in the county of Lincoln 20 May 1776.

C H I E F S E A T S.

Sandon in the county of Stafford; and Norton in the county of Gloucester.


FOLEY, LORD FOLEY.


THOMAS FOLEY, baron Foley of Kidderminster.

This nobleman was born 7 July 1742, and elected 1768 and 1774 to represent the borough of Droitwich in the county of Worcester. He succeeded to the title upon the death of his father 18 November 1777, and was appointed 11 April 1783 joint postmaster general, which office he resigned in December in the same year.

Lord Foley married 20 March 1776 Henrietta, daughter of William second earl of Harrington ; by which lady, who died 2 January 1781, he had issue,

  1. Carolina Georgiana Henrietta, born 23 March 1777.
  2. William Thomas, born 20 February 1778.
  3. Charles, born 1 April 1779.
  4. Thomas, born 22 September 1780.

The family of Foley is descended from Richard Foley, who lived in the reign of king Charles the first, and had issue,

  1. Thomas.
  2. Samuel, whose son Samuel was elected in the year 1694 lord 1694 lord bishop of Down in the kingdom of Ireland, and died in the following year.

Thomas, the elder son, had issue,

  1. Thomas, father of Elizabeth, married to Robert first earl of Oxford lord high treasurer, and of Thomas, who was created by queen Anne 31 December 1711 baron Foley of Kidderminster, which title became extinct in his son 8 January 1766.
  2. Paul.
  3. Philip, whose son Robert married Mary, daughter of the reverend Ralph Markland by which lady he had issue
    1. Philip, who embraced the clerical profession, and married Anne, daughter of John Titmarsh of Barrington in the county of Cambridge esquire ;
    2. Robert Ralph, who was cited a baronet by King George the third 27 June 1767, which title became extinct at his death 1785 ;
    3. Henry Thomas, who embraced the clerical profession ;
    4. and Penelope, married to the reverend Henry Whitmore of Stockton in the county of Salop.

Paul, second son of Thomas, distinguished himself in favour of the vacancy of the throne in the debates at the period of the revolution. He was elected 14 March 1695 speaker of the honourable house of commons, and died 11 November 1699.

Thomas, third in descent from Paul, was created by king George the third baron Foley of Kidderminster, and married Grace, daughter of George Granville lord Lansdown; by which lady, who died 1 November 1769, he had issue,

  1. Thomas, present and second lord Foley.
  2. Grace, born 17 January 1744, and married 21 May 1774 to James Hamilton earl of Clanbrassil.
  3. Edward, born 16 March 1747, and elected 1768, 1774, 1780 and 1784 to represent the county of Worcester. He married 24 October 1778 Anne Margaret, daughter of George William earl of Coventry; which marriage was dissolved by act of parliament in the year 1784.
  4. Andrew, who was elected 1777, 1780 and 1784 to represent the borough of Droitwich in the county of Worcester. He married Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Boulter Tomlinson of Cheltenham in the county of Gloucester esquire; by which lady he has issue
    1. Elizabeth, born 15 March 1774;
    2. Grace Mary, born 1 May 1776 ;
    3. Henrietta Mary, born 4 April 1777;
    4. Thomas, born 19 July 1778;
    5. and Anna Maria, born 7 March 1781.
  5. Mary, born 8 February 1750.
  6. Anne, born 12 September 1759, and married 10 May 1776 to Edward, son of sir Edward Winnington of Standford Court in the county of Worcester baronet.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Foley of Kidderminster in the county of Worcester 20 May 1776.

C H I E F S E A T S.

Great Whitley in the county of Worcester; and Stoke Edith in the county of Hereford.


Please note that some additonal data to this section has been supplied by John Sinclair Willis.
This can be found in a separate file.

THURLOW, LORD THURLOW.


EDWARD THURLOW, baron Thurlow of Ashfield, one of his majesty's most honourable privy council, lord high chancellor of the kingdom of Great Britain, one of the tellers of his majesty's exchequer, and a governor of the Charter House.

This nobleman was born -- ---- 1735, and elected 1768 and 1774 to represent the borough of Tamworth in the county of Stafford. He was constituted -- March 1770 solicitor general to his majesty, which office he exchanged 23 January 1771 for that of attorney general. By king George the third he was created baron Thurlow of Ashfield, and was promoted 2 June 1778 to be lord high chancellor of Great Britain, which office he resigned in April 1783. The seals were again delivered to him 23 December in that year, and he succeeded to the reversion of a tellership in the exchequer July 1786.

Thomas Thurlow, rector of Ashfield in the county of Suffolk, married Elizabeth, daughter of ---- Smith of that place; by which lady he had issue,

  1. Edward, lord Thurlow.
  2. Thomas, who embraced the clerical profession, and was elected -- May 1779 lord bishop of Lincoln, and translated -- February 1787 to the see of Durham. He married Ann, daughter of William Beer of Lymington in the county of Southampton esquire ; by which lady he has issue
    1. Edward, born 11 June 1781;
    2. Amelia ;
    3. Elizabeth ;
    4. Anne;
    5. and a son, born 19 September 1787.
  3. John, an alderman of the city of Norwich, who married Josepha, daughter of John Moore esquire; by which lady, who died 10 December 1786, he had issue
    1. Josepha.

He died 4 March 1782; and Thomas, the father, -- ----- 1762.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Thurlow of Ashfield in the county of Suffolk 3 June 1778.

C H I E F S E A T.

Knight's Hill in the county of Surrey.


WEDDERBURNE, LORD LOUGHBOROUGH.


ALEXANDER WEDDERBURNE, baron Loughborough of Loughborough; one of his majesty's most honourable privy council, and lord chief justice of the court of common pleas.

This nobleman was born 13 February 1733 and elected 1761 and 1768 to represent the borough of Irvine and Air in the kingdom of Scotland, 1774 to represent the borough of Oakhampton in the county of Devon, and 1778 to represent the borough of Bishops Castle in the county of Salop. He is said to have obtained a pension for the celebrated doctor Samuel Johnson during the administration of the earl of Bute. He entered warmly into the measures of opposition in the affair of the Middlesex election in the year 1768 ; but 23 January 1771 accepted the office of solicitor general, which he exchanged 16 June 1778 for that of attorney general, and was a strenuous supporter of the administration of lord North. He was farther promoted 9 June 1780 to be lord chief justice of the court of common pleas, and soon after created baron Loughborough of Loughborough. He was constituted 9 April 1783 first lord commissioner for the custody of the great seal, which office he resigned in December following.

Lord Loughborough married first 31 December 1767 Elizabeth Anne, daughter of John Dawson of Morley in the county of York; which lady dying 15 February 1781, he married secondly 12 September 1782 Charlotte, daughter of William first lord viscount Courtenay.

The family of Wedderburne derives its name from the barony of Wedderburne in the county of Berwick. David Wedderburne, in the reign of Mary queen of Scots, was descended in the collateral line from the ancient barons of Wedderburne, and had issue,

  1. Alexander, father of James; and of John, physician to king Charles the first and king Charles the second.
  2. James, who was elected 1 February 1636 lord bishop of Dumblaine, but was deprived and excommunicated by the assembly of presbyters at Glasgow in 1638, and died in the following year.

James, elder son of Alexander, had issue,

  1. Alexander, whose grandson John was created a baronet of the kingdom of Scotland by queen Anne 9 August 1704.
  2. Peter, who was appointed 17 July 1668 one of the lords of the court of session of the kingdom of Scotland, in which character he bore the style of lord Gosford of the county of Mid Lothian. He had issue
    1. Peter
    2. and Alexander.

Peter, elder son of lord Gosford, was created a baronet of the kingdom of Scotland by king William the third 30 December 1697, and married Janet, daughter and heiress of sir Charles Halket of Pitferrane baronet; by which lady he had issue,

  1. Peter, second baronet, who assumed the name of Halket in right of his mother, and was killed in the unfortunate action of general Bradock, near fort Du Quesne in North America, 9 July 1755.
  2. Charles.
    1. Sir John, third baronet, his son, assumed the name of Halket, and married Mary, granddaughter of Thomas fifth earl of Haddington of the kingdom of Scotland; by which lady he has issue
      1. Charles, a lieutenant in the army;
      2. Peter, an officer in the navy;
      3. John;
      4. Henry;
      5. Alexander;
      6. Thomas ;
      7. Margaret;
      8. Mary;
      9. Janet;
      10. Amelia;
      11. Catherine;
      12. Shalto Charlotte ;
      13. and Helen.

Peter, son of Alexander younger son of lord Gosford, was appointed 24 July 1755 one of the lords of the court of session of the kingdom of Scotland, in which character he bore the style of lord Chesterhal. He married Janet, daughter of David Ogilvie esquire ; by which lady, who died -- June 1771 he had issue,

  1. Alexander, lord Loughborough.
  2. David, who embraced the military profession, and was killed at the siege of Baroach in the East Indies 31 December 1773.
  3. Janet, married to sir Henry Erskine of Alva baronet of the kingdom of Scotland. Lord Chesterhal died 11 August 1756.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Loughborough of Loughborough in the county of Leicester 14 June 1780.

C H I E F S E A T

Wooburn in the county of Surrey.


 

DE CARDONNEL, LADY DINEVOR.


CECIL RICE DE CARDONNEL, baroness Dinevor of Dinevor.

This lady was born -- July 1735, and succeeded to the title upon the death of her father 27 April 1782. She assumed the name of De Cardonnel in right of her maternal descent from the marquises De Cardonnel in the province of Normandy 9 June 1787.

Lady Dinevor married 11 August 1756 George Rice of Newton in the county of Carmarthen esquire, who died 3 August 1779. The issue of this marriage was,

  1. Henrietta Cecilia, born 27 September 1758.
  2. George Talbot, born 8 October 1765.
  3. Maria, born 5 April 1773.
  4. Edward, born 19 November 1776.

The family of Rice is said to be descended from Vryan Reged, lord of Kidwelly, Carunllon and Yskenen in South Wales, who married Margaret La Faye, daughter of Gorobus duke of Cornwal. Sir Rice ap Thomas Fitz Vryan, eighteenth in descent from this marriage, distinguished himself at the battle of Bosworth on the party of king Henry the seventh 22 August 1485, and was elected in the year 1505 knight companion of the most noble order of the garter. George, tenth in descent from sir Rice, married Cecil baroness Dinevor, daughter of William Talbot earl Talbot.

C R E A T I O N.

Baroness Dinevor of Dinevor in the county of Carmarthen 17 October 1780.

C H I E F S E A T.

Newton in the county of Carmarthen.


 

GAGE, LORD GAGE


WILLIAM HALL GAGE, viscount Gage of Castle Island, and baron Gage of Castlebar of the kingdom of Ireland; baron Gage of Firle, and a baronet of the kingdom of Great Britain; fellow of the royal society.

This nobleman was elected to five parliaments to represent the borough of Seaford in the county of Sussex, and succeeded to the Irish honours upon the death of his father 21 December 1754. He was constituted -- ---- 17-- paymaster of pensions to his majesty, which office he resigned in 1763, and was reinstated 20 August 1765. The appointment was abolished by act of parliament in the year 1782. By king George the third He was created baron Gage of Firle of the kingdom of Great Britain.

Lord viscount Gage married 3 February 1757 Elizabeth, daughter of sir Sampson Gideon of Spalding in the county of Lincoln baronet; which lady died 1 July 1783.

The family of Gage is in the list of those persons who came over to England with William the conqueror. Sir John Gage, in the reign of king Henry the eighth, had a considerable command in the expedition of that monarch into Scotland in the year 1542, and was soon after appointed comptroller of the houshold, chancellor of the duchy and county palatine of Lancaster, and constable of the Tower of London, and elected knight companion of the most noble order of the garter. Upon the accession of queen Mary he exchanged the office of comptroller for that of lord chamberlain of her majesty's houshold, and was active in the suppression of sir Thomas Wyat's rebellion in the year 1554. He had issue,

  1. Edward.
  2. Robert, father of Robert who suffered for the cause of Mary queen of Scots; and of John, father of Henry who signalised himself on the party of king Charles the first in the civil wars, and was killed 11 January 1644. Sir John Gage died 28 April 1657.

John, grandson of Edward, was created a baronet by king James the first 26 March 1622, and had issue;

  1. Sir Thomas, second baronet, father of sir Thomas third baronet and of Joseph.
  2. Edward, who was created a baronet by king Charles the second 15 July 1662, which title still exists.

Joseph, younger son of sir Thomas second baronet, had issue,

  1. Thomas.
  2. Joseph, who being impoverished by the failure of the Missisippi scheme in 1719, entered into the service of the king of Spain, having the command of his armies in Sicily and Lombardy, and being created -- March 1743 a grandee of the first class of the kingdom of Spain.

Thomas, elder son of Joseph, was created by king George the first 14 September 1720 baron Gage of Castlebar in the county of Mayo, and viscount Gage of Castle Island in the county of Kerry of the kingdom of Ireland. He received the thanks of the house of commons for his exertions in detecting the fraudulent sale of the Derwentwater estate 31 March 1732. He succeeded as eighth baronet upon the failure of the elder branch of sir Thomas second baronet 23 April 1744, and was constituted 1747 steward of the houshold to Frederic prince of Wales. He married Benedicta Maria Teresa, daughter and heiress of Benedict Hall of High Meadow in the county of Gloucester esquire; by which lady he had issue,

  1. 1. William Hall, present and second lord viscount Gage.
  2. 2. Thomas, who embraced the military profession, and was constituted commander in chief of his majesty's forces in North America, which office he resigned in the year 1775. He married 8 December 1758 Margaret, daughter of Peter Kemble of Mount Kemble in North America by which lady he had issue
    1. Henry, born 4 March 1761, who was promoted 17 February 1783 to the rank of a major in the army;
    2. Maria Teresa, born 4 April 1762 ;
    3. Louisa Elizabeth, born 12 December 1765;
    4. Henrietta, born 23 December 1767 ;
    5. John, born 23 December 1767, and constituted 23 February 1784 a lieutenant in the seventh regiment of foot;
    6. Charlotte Mary, born 19 August 1773;
    7. Emilia, born 25 April 1776;
    8. and William, born 2 October 1777.

General Gage died 2 April 1787; and lord viscount Gage, his father, 21 December 1754.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Gage of Firle in the county of Sussex 17 October 1780.

C H I E F S E A T S.

Firle and Lewes in the county of Sussex ; and High Meadow in the county of Gloucester.


BRUDENEL, LORD BRUDENEL


JAMES BRUDENEL, baron Brudenel of Deen; master of the robes, and keeper of the privy purse to his majesty.

This nobleman is son of George third earl of Cardigan, and brother of George duke of Montagu. He was born 20 April 1725, and elected 1754 to represent the borough of Shaftesbury in the county of Wilts, 1761 to represent the port of Hastings in the county of Sussex, 1768 to represent the borough of Bedwin in the county of Wilts, and 1774 to represent the borough of Marlborough in that county. He was constituted -- December 1755 deputy cofferer of the houshold to king George the second; and having been master of the robes and keeper of the privy purse to king George the third while prince of Wales, was continued in those offices upon his accession to the throne. By that monarch he was created baron Brudenel of Deen.

Lord Brudenel married 19 November 1760 Anne, grand-daughter of William first earl of Dartmouth.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Brudenel of Deen in the county of Northampton 17 October 1780.

C H I E F S E A T.

Deen in the county of Northampton.


DE GREY, LORD WALSINGHAM.


THOMAS DE GREY, baron Walsingham of Walsingham; one of his majesty's most honourable privy council, one of the joint postmasters general, comptroller of the revenue arising from first fruits and tenths, and fellow of the royal society.

This nobleman was born 14 July 1748, and elected 1774 to represent the borough of Tamworth in the county of Stafford, and 1780 to represent the borough of Lestwithiel in the county of Cornwal. He was constituted -- March 1775 one of the grooms of his majesty's bedchamber, which office he exchanged 5 June 1777 for that of one of the lords commissioners of trade and plantations, and resigned upon his accession to the peerage. He succeeded to the title upon the death of his father 9 May 1781. He was constituted -- February 1784 one of the vice treasurers of the kingdom of Ireland, and in the course of that year one of the lords commissioners for controlling the affairs of the East India company, and one of the lords commissioners of trade and plantations. Having resigned these offices, he was declared 23 June 1787 one of the joint postmasters general.

Lord Walsingham married 30 April 1772 Augusta Georgiana Elizabeth, daughter of William first lord Boston ; by which lady he has issue,

  1. Georgiana, born 28 June 1773.
  2. Charlotte; born 28 June 1774.
  3. George, born 11 June 1776.
  4. Thomas, born 10 April 1778.
  5. Augusta Mary, born 7 March 1780.

The family of De Grey is descended from William, younger brother of John first lord Grey de Wilton. Thomas, thirteenth in descent from William, had issue,

  1. Thomas, who died 23 May 1781.
  2. William. Thomas, the father, died 18 December 1765.

William, younger son of Thomas, embraced the profession of the law, and was constituted 16 December 1764 solicitor general to his majesty, which office he exchanged 6 August 1766 for that of attorney general. He was farther declared 26 January 1771 lord chief justice of the court of common pleas; and having resigned that office 7 June 1780, was soon after created baron Walsingham of Walsingham. He married 12 November 1743 Mary, daughter of William Cooper of the Park in the county of Hertford esquire; by which lady he had issue,

  1. Charlotte, born 7 February 1745, and married 16 June 1769 to Joseph Windham of Cressingham in the county of Norfolk esquire.
  2. Thomas, present and second lord Walsingham.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Walsingham of Walsingham in the county of Norfolk 17 October 1780.

C H I E F S E A T.

Merton in the county of Norfolk


BAGOT, LORD BAGOT.


WILLIAM BAGOT, baron Bagot of Bagots Bromley, and a baronet; a vice president of the Welch Charity.

This nobleman was born 28 February 1728, and elected 1754, 1761, 1768 and 1774 to represent the county of Stafford. By king George the third he was created baron Bagot.

Lord Bagot married 20 August 1760 Louisa, daughter of John second lord viscount Saint John; by which lady he has issue;

  1. Louisa, born 30 September 1764.
  2. William, born 11 September 1773.
  3. Hervey, born 14 March 1777.
  4. Henrietta, born 14 February 1780.
  5. Charles, born 22 September 1781.
  6. Richard, born 22 November 1782.
  7. A daughter, born 9 November 1785.

The family of Bagot is in the list of those persons who came over to England with William the conqueror. Hervey de Bagot, in the reign of king Richard the first, who married Millicent, daughter and heiress of Robert de Stafford, and in consequence of this marriage assumed the name of Stafford, is said to have been a younger branch of this family. He was ancestor to the barons Stafford of Stafford, barons Stafford of Hooke, barons Stafford of Southwick, and the Staffords barons Bourchier, the Staffords earls of Stafford, Buckingham, Hereford, Northampton, Devonshire and Wiltshire, and dukes of Buckingham.

Hervey Bagot, in the reign of king Charles the first, was created a baronet by that monarch 30 May 1627. He adhered to the cause of the prince in the civil wars, and had issue,

  1. Sir Edward, second baronet.
  2. Richard, who was killed at the battle of Naseby -- June 1645.

Sir Walter Wagstaffe, fifth baronet, third in descent from sir Edward, married Barbara, daughter of William first earl of Dartmouth; by which lady, who who died 29 August 1765, he had issue,

  1. Barbara, born 29 March 1725, and married to Ralph Sneyd of Keele in the county of Stafford esquire.
  2. Anne, born 28 February 1727.
  3. William, lord Bagot.
  4. Charles, born 1 September 1730, who assumed the name of Chester in compliance with the will of sir Charles Bagot Chester of Chicheley in the county of Buckingham baronet, and married 3 October 1765 Catherine, daughter of Heneage son of William first earl of Dartmouth; by which lady he has issue
    1. Catherine, born 16 September 1766 ;
    2. Louisa, born 18 November 1767;
    3. Barbara, born 28 February 1769 ;
    4. Charles, born 25 October 1770;
    5. Frances, born 26 October 1770;
    6. Anthony, born 5 May 1773;
    7. William, born 27 May 1775;
    8. Anne, born 21 June 1776;
    9. Mary, born 24 June 1777;
    10. Elizabeth, born 19 July 1778;
    11. John, born 3 August 1779;
    12. and Henry, born 28 October 1780.
  5. Walter, born 2 November 1731, who embraced the clerical profession, and married 7 September 1773 Anne, daughter of William Swinnerton of Butterton in the county of Stafford esquire; by which lady he issue
    1. Anne, born 12 June 1774;
    2. Honoria, born 20 June 1775;
    3. Egerton Arden, born 3 January 1777;
    4. Walter, born 13 February 1778;
    5. and Elizabeth, born 25 May 1780.
  6. Richard, born 13 November 1733, who married 20 March 1783 Catherine, granddaughter of Henry Bowes, eleventh earl of Suffolk, and assumed the surname of Howard.
  7. Jane, born 29 September 1735.
  8. Elizabeth, born 17 September 1738.
  9. Maria, born 23 November 1739, and married to Rowland Wingfield of Preston Buckhurst in the county of Salop esquire.
  10. Lewis, born 1 January 1741, who embraced the clerical profession, and was elected -- March 1782 lord bishop of Bristol, and translated -- May 1783 to the fee of Norwich. He married Mary, daughter of Edward Hay esquire, governor of the island of Barbadoes.
  11. Catherine, born 25 February 1742.
  12. Henrietta, born 4 February 1744.

Sir Walter died 20 January 1768.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Bagot of Bagots Bromley in the county of Stafford 17 October 1780.

C H I E F S E A T.

Blithfield in the county of Stafford.


FITZROY, LORD SOUTHAMPTON.


CHARLES FITZROY, baron Southampton of Southampton; groom of the stole to his royal highness the prince of Wales, having the rank of lieutenant general in the army, and colonel of the third regiment of dragoons.

This nobleman is son of Augustus, son of Charles second duke of Grafton. He was born 25 June 1737, and elected 1759 to represent the borough of Orford in the county of Suffolk, 1761 and 1768 to represent the borough of Bury Saint Edmunds in that county, and 1774 to represent the borough of Thetford in the county of Norfolk. He was one of the aides de camp to prince Ferdinand of Brunswic in the German war, and was constituted 22 June 1772 colonel of the third regiment of dragoons, and 29 August 1777 a lieutenant general of his majesty's forces. He was also promoted -- January 1760 to be one of the grooms of the bedchamber to the king, which office he resigned in the year 1760, and was constituted -- ---- 1768 vice chamberlain to her majesty, which appointment he resigned in January 1781. By king George the third he was created baron Southampton of Southampton, and was constituted 12 August 1783 groom of the stole to the prince of Wales, which office he resigned in July 1786, and was reappointed 23 May 1787.

Lord Southampton married 27 July 1758 Anne, daughter of sir Peter Warren, knight of the bath and a vice admiral ; by which lady he has issue,

  1. Susannah Maria, born 7 September 1760.
  2. George Ferdinand, born 7 August 1761, who was constituted 12 April 1781. a captain in the army, 6 December 1783 one of the grooms of the bedchamber to the prince of Wales, and 25 December 1787 a captain in the forty-first regiment of foot. He married -- June 1784 Laura, daughter of Frederic lord bishop of Exeter, son of William Anne, second earl of Albemarle.
  3. Charles, born 5 September 1763, and constituted 26 March 1783 a captain in the army, and 25 September 1787 a captain in the sixty-sixth regiment of foot.
  4. Henry, born 13 September 1765.
  5. Charlotte, born 13 July 1767.
  6. Warren, born 1 September 1768.
  7. Frederic, born 10 October 1769.
  8. Emily, born 26 December 1770.
  9. Louisa, born 12 December 1771.
  10. William, born 12 December 1773.
  11. Robert, born 27 May 1775.
  12. Edward Somerset, born 25 October 1776.
  13. A son, born -- July 1778.
  14. A son, born -- November 1779.
  15. Georgiana, born 13 October 1782.

C R E A T I O N.

Baron Southampton of Southampton in the county of Southampton 17 October 1780.

C H I E F S E A T.

Fitzroy Place in the county of Middlesex.

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