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in 1779.

A new and correet Peerage of Ireland, compiled from the most approasd

Authorities, and illustrated with the Arms of each noble Family,

elegantly engraved. ( Continued from Page 623, of our Magazine for December, 1787.) Cbetwynd, Viscount Cretwynd.

Oxfordshire, and by her was father of Sir

John de Chetwynd, of Chetwynd, knight, THE

HĘ right hon. William Cherwynd, to whom King Henry III. in the 37th year

lord viscount Chetwynd, of Bearha. of his reign, granted a charter of Free Warven, in the county of Kerry, and baron of sen, throughout all his demesne lands, in the Rathdowne, in the county of Dublin, suc- counties of Stafford, Salop and Warwick : ceeded his father, William, the late and he married Ifabel, daughter and heir of Phithird viscount. His lordlip married the lip de Mitton, with whom he had the lordyoungest daughter of Sir Jonathan Cope, thips of Ingeftre Salte, and Gretwyche, in bart. by whom he had issue, viz.

the county of Stafford, and had issue, Wilift Son, William, who died in America,' liam, whose residence was some time at Od

defton, in the county of Leicester, and who 2d John Whitmore, a captain in had two sons, Roger, and Philip, both the navy, to which he was promoted Febru• knights, Sir Roger, che eldeft, married Joan, ary 3, 1781.

daughter of Sir Ralph de Grendon, and Sir 3d Richard, one of the clerks-extra- Philip, his brother, married Alice, the next ordinary to the privy council of Great Brie daughter of the said Sir Ralph de Grendon ; tain.

he with her had the lordthip of Grendon, in 4th Grenville Anson, a captain in the county of Warwick, he had issue Sic. the second or queen's royal regiment of foot, William Chet wynd, of Ingestre, who by married 25th July, 1783, to Miss Stapylton, Olivia, his wife, had two sons, Richard and only daughter and heirefs of the late Henry John, and a daughter Margaret, married to Stapylton, of Wighill, in Yorkshire, Lig; William Purefoy, of Shireford, county of and by his majesty's permiffion, he has fince Warwick, Efq; John refided at Alfpath, changed his name to Stapylton.

(now called Mereden) in the county of Warift Daughter, Susanna, married 6th June, wick, and married Margaret, fifter to the 1782, to Mupbee Goldburn, of Portland said William Purefoy, Esq; and died with

out issue. 2d

Anderleihtia Clariffa, un Richard, the elder brother, married Thomarried.

mafine, daughter of Thomas Frudhham, and This noble family hath been of great an. was father of Sir Philip, who married Elene, tiquity in the county of Salop, and took their widow of Edmond Lord Ferrars, of Chart > furname from Chetwynd in that county. ley, daughter and at length heir to Thomas Adam de Cherwynd was of such distinction de la Roche, and cousin and heir to John in those early days, as to marry Agnes, de Birmingham, by whom he had a son, daughter to John Lord Luvel, haron of William, who died in his life-time, and lefi Dockinges, and lord of Minister-Luvel, in a fon William, who succeeded him, are

Gent. Mag. Jar. 1788.

Place, Esq.


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