4 66 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Granddaughter of Lieut. -Gen. Arthur Newbolt Rich (ante), 5th son of and baronet : Issue of the late Rev. Charles Frederick Rich, b. 1851, d. 1883 : in. 1879, Charlotte Mary (who tn. andly, 1888, the Rev. Edward Thomas Mortlock, R. of Snailwell, near Newmarket), da. of the late Charles John l,o igcroft, Esq., of Havant : Mary Longcroft. Issue of the late William Osborne Rich, Esq., 3rd son of ist baronet, b. 1780, d. 1848 : in. 1819, Elizabeth Sarah, who d. 1827, da. of George William Frederick Newcome, Esq. : Henry Osborne Ludlow, b. 1822 : in. 1851, Juliana, da. of Capt. Plunkett, and has issue living, three sons. Mary Caroline Lydia : tn. 1849, the Rev. William Henry Rich-Jones, who d. 1885, and has issue living, William Osborne Rich, b. 1852, Isabel Mary Rich : >n. 1876, the Rev. Edward Greenhow, who d. 1891, V. of Earsdon, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Agnes Catharine Rich : in. 1886, Robert Curzon Newton, Esq., J.P., of Thorncliff, Derby, Bertha Elizabeth Rich : in. 1883, J. F. Humby, Esq., of Moss Pit House, near Stafford. Residence, Issue of the late Rev. John Rich, 4th son of ist baronet, b. 1789, d. 1856 : ;;/. 1825, Georgiana, who d. 1889, da. of Charles Gordon, Esq. : Rev.Jom, b. 1826; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1848, M. . 1851); is V. of Chippenham, and Hon. Canon of Bristol : in. 1861, Clara Sophia, da. of Thomas Holmes Bosworth, Esq., of Westerham, near Edenbridge, Kent, and has issue living, Charles Edwin Frederick, b. 1871 ; is Lieut. 3rd Batn. Lincolnshire Regt., Florence Clara, Frances Mary: at. 1892, Cecil Samuel Joy, Esq., Ethel Margaret, Gertrude Louisa, Mabel Caroline. Residence, Chippenham Vicatage, Wilts. Charles David, b. 1827 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Exeter Coll., Oxford ; formerly Lieut. - Col. gth Lancers ; served in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-8 (mentioned in despatches, and medal with two clasps). Residence, 4, King Street, St. James's, S.W. Clubs, Army and Navy, Raleigh. William Gordon, b. 1829 ; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1852): tit. 1856, Maria Stuart, da. of Joseph Maitland, Esq., and has issue living, Edwin William Gordon, b, 1856, Maitland Gordon, b. 1858 : tit. 1888, Mabel Montgomery, da. of Hutton, Esq., Georgiana Gordon : in. 1882, E. Vernon, Esq., Mary Gordon : in. 1882, Walter Congreve, Esq., Josephine Gordon. Residence, Toi Toi Station, b'ortrose, Otago, New Zealand. Issueof the late Vice-Adm. Edwin Ludlow Rich, 5th son of ist baronet, b. 1794, d. 1869 : in. 1829, Sophia, who d. 1882, da. of Capt. G. F. Angelo, of Southampton : Edwin Francis, b. 1830 ; is a J.P. for New Zealand : i. 18 , Elizabeth, da. of Major Sir John L. C. Richardson (Bengal Artillery), Speaker of Legislative Council, New Zealand, and has issue living, Francis Arthur, b. 1859 ; is in Survey Dept., New Zealand, Alfred Edwin, b. 1862, Amie Char- lotte, Lissie Ethel, Winifred Shirjey, Hilda Vida. Residence, Hokitika, New Zealand Evelyn Arthur, b. 1842 ; formerly Lieut. 34th Regt. : in. 1864, Agnes, who d. 1884, da. of the late Rev. T. J. Rocke, V. of Littleham-cum-Exmouth, and widow of Capt. G. R. Pratt Barlow (Bengal N.I.). Sophia Louisa Jacintha : in. 1866, Thomas Erasmus Head Dowson, Esq., and has issue living, Erasmus Charles Head, b. 1867, Arthur William Head, b, 1872, Evelyn Louisa Head, Maud Agnes Head, Violet Mary Head. Residence, Lattendales, Penrith. The Rich's were originally of Hampshire. In 1284, John le Rich, of Rich Place, Hants, flourished ; his great-grandson, Richard Rich, an opulent mercer of London, was sheriff of that city, 1441 ; his great- grandson, Sir Richard Rich, Solicitor-Gen, to Henry VIII., was, upon the accession of Edward VI., created in Feb. 1547 Baron Rich, of Leeze, co. Essex and in Nov. of that year was constituted Lord High Chancellor of England, and in 1564 founded a Grammar School at Felstead in Ea>oc ; his great- frandson, Robert Rich, P.C., 2nd Earl of Warwick, a very distinguished personage during the Civil Var, was Lord High Admiral of England, and Lord Lieut, of Norfolk and Essex : the Long Parliament conferred upon him the exceptional honour of voting that he should be created a Duke, and he would have been promoted to that dignity had the treaty between Charles I. and the Parliament been com- pleted. The Earl's younger brother, Sir Henry, K.G. (owner of Holland House, Kensington), the most accomplished courtier of his time, having in 1622 been created Baron Kensington, was successively employed to negotiate a marriage between Prince Charles (afterwards Charles I.) and the Spanish Infanta, and to sound the French Court regarding a consort for the Prince : in 1624, he was advanced to the dignity of Earl of Holland ; he subsequently took up arms for the Royal Cause, for which in 1649 he suffered decapitation before the gates of Westminster Hall. The Earldoms of Warwick and Holland became united in 1673, and in 1759 they expired. Charles, 4th son of Sir Edward Rich, 3rd son of the 2nd Baron Rich, was created a baronet in 1675, which title passed by special limitation to his son-in-law, Robert Rich, a Lord of the Admiralty, and M.P. for Dunwich, temp. William III. ; his 2nd son. Field Marshal Sir Robert, the 4th baronet, was successively M.P. for Dunwich, Beeralston, and St. Ives ; Col. 4th Dragoons, and Governor of Chelsea Hospital ; he died 1768, and was succeeded by his son, Sir Robert, 5th baronet, at whose death in 1785 the baronetcy expired, and the estates devolved upon his only daughter Mary Frances, wife of the Rev. Charles Bostock, LL.D. (descended from Sir Osmer de Bostock, temp., William I.), of Shirley House, Hants, who in 1790 assumed, by royal license, the surname and arms of Rich, and was in 1791 created a baronet. STEWART-RICHARDSON, Creation 1630, of Pitfour, Perthshire. Sir JAMES THOMAS STEWART- RICHARDSON, I4th Baronet; b. Dec. 24^,1840; s. his father, Sir JOHN, 1881 ; formerly Capt. y8th Highlanders ; appointed Sec. to Order of the Thistle 1875 '> ' s a D.L. and a J.P. for co. Perth : ;;/. 1868, Harriet Georgina Alice, da. of the late Rupert John Cochrane, Esq., of Halifax, N.S., and has issue. -Arms Quarterly of six : ist, argent, on a fesse azure between a bull's head or in chief and in base a lymphad sable, a saltire of the field ; 2nd, argent, a lion rampant azure within ; bordure gules ; 3rd, azure, three garbs or ; Honor is gained by valor. 4th, argent, on a bend azure three buckles or; 5th,
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