The New Baronetage of England; Containing, as Well a Concise Genealogical History, as the Present State and Alliances of the English Baronets, and Bar

The New Baronetage of England; Containing, as Well a Concise Genealogical History, as the Present State and Alliances of the English Baronets, and Bar

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1804 edition. Excerpt: ...Sir D1GBY MACKWORTH, Bart., ucceeded his brother Sir Robert; is married, and has issue. This family has been many years of h'gh respectability in South Wales. The grandfather and father of the pre. sent Baronet, represented the borough of Cardiff in parliament for upwards of 50 years. The former died Aug. 20,17B.ri. I." Sir H ERBKRT, thefirst Baronet, F. R. S. was Colonel of the Glamorganshire militia He married a daughter ef Robert Trefusis, Esq. by whom he had two sons, linbert and Digby, and a daughter. Sir Herbert died Oct. i!5, 1791, and was succeeded by his eldest son, II. Sir ROBERT, who also died coon after, mil, ai succeeded by his next brother. III. Sir DIGBY, the present Baronet. PEYTON. ARMS--Quarterly: first and fourth, 'per pale indented, sable and ermine, on a cheveron, gules, five crosses patee, or, for Mackworth; second and third, gules, three cheveronels, argent, for Evans. CREST--A cock, proper. MOTTO--Quell angau na chywyldd: Rather death than shame. SEAT--Gnoll Castle, Glamorganshire. PEYTON, of Doddington, Cambridgeshire. Aug. 17, 1776. Sir HENRY PEYTON, Bart. succeeded his father Sir Henry, in May 1789; and is married. Sit Henry was elected member for the county of Cambridge in 1802, after a sharp contest, on the death of General Adeane, but was not a candidate at the general election which immediately ensued. This family is paternally descended from George Dash-i wood, Esq. whose elder brother Robert was created a Baronet May 16, 1684, and was ancestor of the Dashwoods, of Northbrooke, in Oxfordshire. George, third son, was a colonel in the army, and married Algerina, second daughter of Sir Algernon Peyton, Bart. by whom he had one son, George Dashwood, of Peyton-Hall, in Suffolk, Esq. who married his cousin Margaret, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 204g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236540069
  • 9781236540065