548 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Issue of the late Rev. Thomas Twysden, ,6. 1801, d. 1887, m, 1827, Elizabeth, who d. 1891, da. of the late Edmund Nathaniel William Fortescue, Esq., of Fallapit, Devon: JAMES STEVENSON, b. Aug. isth, 1828 ; is a retired Capt. R.N., and a J.P. for Devon ; served in China war 1856 (medal, specially mentioned) : m. 1889, Aileen Frances Mary, da. of William Henry Wilson-Todd, Esq., M.P., of Halnaby Hall, Yorkshire, and has issue living, Aileen Elisa- beth, 6. 1891. Residence, Churston, Kingsbridge, S. Devon. -Isabella Elisabeth : m. 1850, Charles Hugh Hoare, Esq., who d. 1869, son of G. M. Hoare, Esq., of Morden Lodge, Surrey, and Turton, Lancashire, and has issue living, Charles Twysden, b. 1851. Residence, 102, Eaton Place, S.W. Twysden Borough, or Tysenden, now usually called Burr's Farm, in the hundred of West Burne- field, Kent, was the ancient inheritance of this family, from which they took their name. Sir William Twysden, the ist baronet, was one of the gentlemen who escorted James VI., of Scotland, to London, when he took possession of the English crown. The 2nd baronet was the learned editor of the Decent Scriptures, and the 3rd baronet was M.P. for Kent. Thomas, 2nd son of the ist baronet, was a Justice of the Queen's Bench, and having received knighthood was, in 1660, promoted to a baronetcy, which became extinct 1841. TYRELL, Creation 1808, of Boreliara House, Essex. [Extinct 1877.] Sir JOHN TYSSEN TYRELL, 2nd and last Baronet. Daughters living Of 2nd Baronet Eliza Isabella: m. 1841, William Michael Tufnell, Esq., 2nd son of John Jolliffe Tufnell, Esq., of Langleys, Essex, and has issue living, John Lionel TUFNELL- TYRELL (of Boreham House, Chelmsford. Clubs, Carlton, Army and Navy, Boodle's), b. 1842 ; ed. at Harrow; formerly Capt. Rifle Brigade ; is a J.P., a D.L., and a County Councillor for Essex (High Sheriff 1887), and Lieut.-Col. 2nd Vol. Batn. Essex Regt. ; assumed the additional surname of Tiyrell 1877: m. 1878, Frances, da. of John Westcott, Esq., of Sturminster, Dorset, Agnes Mary : m. 1870, Arthur Chandos Arkwright, Esq., of Thoby Priory, Brentwood. Residences, Hatfield Place, Chelmsford ; 30, Eaton Square, S.W. Sarah (Baroness Harlech) : m. 1844, the ist Baron Harlech, who d. 1876. Residence, 4, Buckingham Gate, S.W. TYRWHITT, Creation 1808, of Stanley Hall, Shropshire. Sir HENRY THOMAS TYRWHITT, 3rd Baronet ; b. April i6th, 1824 ; s. his father, Sir THOMAS JOHN, 1839 ; formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade ; is a J. P. for Norfolk and Salop (High Sheriff 1877) : m. 1853, Emma Harriet, in her own right Baroness Berners, da. of the late Rev. the Hon. Robert Wilson, of Ashwellthorpe Hall, and has issue. patron of One Jibing Preston Gubbalds V., Salop. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent, a lion rampant, vert, vulned in the mouth, proper, Jones ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, three lapwings (tyrwhitts or pewitts) or, Tyrwhitt. Crtsts ist, the sun in splendour, each ray inflamed, or ; 2nd, a savage proper wreathed and cinctured vert, in the exterior hand a club proper. Jscconlr gRotto " Time tryeth truth." Seat Stanley Hall, Astley Abbotts, Bridgnorth, Salop. Club Junior Carlton. Esto sol testis. Let tfie sun be a witness. Sons and Daughters living [see Baroness Berners]. Brother living Edmund, b. 1825 ; entered B.S.C. 1842, and retired as Maj.-Gen. 1880; formerly Dep 4 Inspector-Gen, of Police, Meerut : in. 1851, Mary Jane, da. of Richard Ford, Esq., and has issue living, Louisa Harriet : m, 1880, Louis Alphonse Duperrel, Esq., -Lucy Marian, Minnie : in. 1878, Major Francis William Bromfield, ist Batn. Cheshire Regt. Residence, ic, King Street, St. James's, S.W. Club, East India United Service. Sisters living Leila : m. 1848, Capt. Hylton Jolliffe, who d. 1854, el. son of ist Baron Hylton. Residence, 17, Cranley Place, Onslow Square, S.W. Harriet Anne : m. 1846, John George Sheppard, Esq., who d. 1882. Charlotte Frances: m. 1850, Albert Ricardo, Esq., and has issue living. Residence, Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Charles Tyrwhitt, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1801, d. 1876 : m, ist, 1817, Elizabeth, who d. 1821, da. of Adin. John Richard Delap-Tollemache ; 2ndly, 18 , Catherine, who d. 1837, da. of James Godfrey de Burgh, Esq., of Gaulstown, Westmeath : Emily Elizabeth.: m. 1840, Ralph Gerard Leycester, Esq., who d. 1851, and has issue living, Rate Oswald (of Toft Hall, near Knutsford, and 6, Cheyne Walk, S.W. Clubs, Arthur's, Athenaeum), b. 1844 : m. 1867, Edith, da. of Hubert de Burgh," Esq., Ernest Gerard (of Mobberley Old Hall, Knutsford),^. 1849; ed. at Eton, and at Camb. Univ. (B.A. and LL.B. 18 ) ; formerly in 52nd L.I. ; is a J.P. for Cheshire : m. 1874, Julia, da. of the Rev. F. Storr, Amy Theodosia : m. 1877, the Rev. John Storr, R. of Great Horkesley, near Colchester. Emily Blanche : m. 1868, Edward Henry Repton, Esq. Residence, This family descended in a direct male line from Sir Hercules Tyrwhit, temp. William, the Conqueror. The ist baronet, Sir Thomas, M.P. for Denbigh and Shrewsbury, in pursuance of the will of his cousin, Sir Thomas Jones, of Stanley Hall, Shropshire, took the name and arms of Jones only, by the King's sign-manual. The 2nd baronet was M.P. for Bridgnorth.
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