20 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Sister living Fanny Alice. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. Denny Ashburnham, 3rd son of sth baronet, 6. 1773, d. 1843 : in. 1802, Nancy, who d. 1818, widow of T. F. Bancroft, Esq., and da. of Joseph Dickson, Esq., of Calcutta : Harriet Alicia : ;. 1845, the Rev. Alexander Chirol, who d. 1873, and has issue living, Rev. Thomas Alexander Ashburnham (of Castlemount, Dover), b. 1846, Valentine (of 44, St. Ermin's Mansions, Westminster, S.W.). Residence, n, Brunswick Road, Brighton. This family, denominated from the town of Ashburnham (originally written Esseburnham), in Sussex, is of great antiquity. Sir Denny Ashburnham, ist baronet, was M.P. for Hastings, and Victualler of the Navy. The 2nd baronet was Chamberlain of the Exchequer and M.P. for Hastings; the 4th baronet was Bishop of Chichester ; and the 7th baronet was Chancellor and Prebendary of Chichester. Fide, sed cui vide. Trust, but look to it whom you trust. ASTLEY, Creation 1821, of Everleigh, Wiltshire. Sir JOHN DUGDALE ASTLEY, 3rd Baronet ; b. Feb. iQth, 1828; s. his father, Sir FRANCIS DUGDALE, 1873; ed. at Eton, andatCh. Ch., Oxford ; formerly Capt. and Lieut.- Col. Scots Guards ; served in Crimean campaign 1854 (wounded, medal with two clasps, Turkish medal, and Medjidie) ; is a J.P. for cos. Lincoln and Wilts ; sat as M. P. for Lincolnshire N. (C) 1874-80, when he was defeated : m. 1858, Eleanor Blanche Mary, only child of the late Thomas G. Corbet, Esq. , of Elsham Hall, Brigg, and has issue. J)atr0n of too Jibings Manningford Abbots R., Everley R., Wilts. 5^rms Azure, a cinquefoil pierced ermine. Crest Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of three ostrich feathers gules. Seats Everleigh, Maryborough ; Elsham Hall, Brigg. Tou>it Residence 3, Halkin Place, S.W. Clubs Guards', Marlborough, Turf, Hurlingham, Orleans. Sons living FRANCIS EDMUND GEORGE ASfLEY-CORBETT, b._ Feb. 6th, 1859; for- merly Lieut. 2nd Batn. Scots Guards; is a J.P. and a D. L. for Lincolnshire; served in Suakin Expedition 1885 ; assumed, by Roy. License, 189", the additional surname of Corbett : m. 1882, Lady Gertrude Augusta Anderson-Pelham, da. of 3rd Earl of Yarborough, and has issue living, John Dugdale Pelham, b. 1883, Marjorie Gertrude Marcia, Norah Sybil. Residence, 57, Sloane Street, S.W. Clubs, Guards', Turf. Gerald, b. 1871. John, b. 1874. Daughters living Mary Beatrice. Corisande. Elise. Adeline. Brothers living Hugh Francis Lethbridge, b. 1831 ; was a Clerk in Foreign Office 1852-3 ; is a J.P. for Wilts ; formerly Capt. Wilts Yeo. Cav., retired as Hon. Major : m. 1853, Augusta Ellen, who d. 1874, da. of the late James Peel Cockburn, Esq., and has issue living, Ida Mabel : m. 1880, Lieut. -Col. Joseph Spencer Benyon, formerly of $th Lancers, Ada Mary, Ruth Ethel. Resi- dence, 59, Cadogan Place, S.W. Club, Arthur's. Thurlow Augustus, b. 1838; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B. A. 1 86 ) ; formerly an Inspector of Factories : ;. 1891, Henrietta Susanna, da. of the late Hon. Henry Hanbury- Tracy [see B. Sudeley, colls.]. Residence, Redcourt, Lenton, Nottingham. Club, Arthur's. Spencer Byng, b. 1844 ; is Hon. Capt. and Paymaster 2nd Batn. S. Wales Bor- derers : m. 18 , Rose, da. of John Halle, Esq., and has issue living, Spencer Beauchamp, b. 18 , Aston Gififard, b. 18 , Mary Ethel, Emily Dorothea Grace. Rev. Anthony Aylmer, b. 1850 ; is R. of Everley : m. 1872, Sarah Amelia Lucy, widow of George Temple, Esq., of Bishop- stow House, Warminster, and da. of the late John Lane, Esq., of Leyton Grange, Essex, and has issue living, Margaret Violet Dorothea, b. 1875. Residence, Everley Rectory, Marlborough. Sisters living Cecile Maria: m. 1868, Edmond Robert Henry Gray, Esq. [E. Limerick], and has issue living, John Edmond Henry, b. 1869, Francis Cecil, b. 1871, Kathleen Mary. Adelaide Fanny Ashworth : m. 1865, the Rev. Thomas Blundell Hollingshed Blundell, R. of Halsall, Canon of Liverpool, and Hon. Chap, to H.M., and has issue living, Wilfrid Astley, b. 1871, Cuthbert Leigh, b. 1879, Muriel Marian Beatrice, Ethel Hilda. Residence, Halsall Rectory, Ormskirk. The family of Astley is of great antiquity in Warwickshire. Thomas de Astley, a baron temp. Henry III., was siain at the battle of Evesham, A.D. 1265. He was ancestor of William Lord Astley, and of the present baronet, by his ist wife, and of the Barons Astley, of Reading (extinct 1688), and of Sir Jacob Astley, Bart., of Melton Constable (title now merged in Barony of Hastings), by his 2nd wife. The baronetcy conferred on Sir Richard Astley, of Patshull, became extinct in 1771, and a new patent was granted, 1821, to his descendant Sir John Dugdale Astley, of Everleigh.
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