of St. Maur and Lovcl of Kari, of the
respective dates of 1314 and 1348, and
to one moiety of the Barony of Grey of
Codnor, created by writ in 1299.

The children of Lord Zouche were
as follows: — 1. Cecil, an officer in the
1st foot guards, who was slain at the
Black Rock, in Upper Canada, in 1813.
He had married in 1805 Lady Charlotte
Townshend, but she died without issue,
in 1807: 2. Charles-Cecil, of the Iloyal
Navy, who died unmarried in Jamaica,
in 18O8, of the yellow fever, brought on
by the fatigue he had undergone on
board the Muros frigate, which was
wrecked whilst endi'iivouring to destroy
some batteries in the neighbourhood of
the Havannah: 3. the Hon. Harriot-
Anne, who was married in 1808 to the
Hon. Robert Curzon, uncle to the pre-
sent Earl Howe: 4. the Hon. Catha-
rine -Annabella, married in 1826 to Cap-
tain George-Richard Pechell, R. N.,
brother to the present Sir S. J. Brooke-

Pechell, Captain R N. and C.B.: 5.
Caroline, who died an infant in-1798.

By Lord Zouche's death the Barony
again fell into abeyance, between his two
surviving daughters; but the King has
already been graciously pleased to ter-
minate the same in favour of the elder,
the Hon. Mrs. Curzon, to whom the ti-
tle is confirmed by letters-patent, and
who is cunsequently now Baroness
Zouche. This was announced in the
London Gazette of the 13th of January,
1829. Her Ladyship has two sons, born
in ISlOand 1812.

His Lordship's Baronetcy, conferred
on the family of Bisshopp in 1620, has
devolved on his first cousin and heir
male, the Rev. George Bisshopp, Arch-
deacon of Aghadoe in Ireland, the son
of his Lordship's uncle, Edward Bis-
shopp, Esq. an army agent, who died,
leaving a very large fortune, in 1792.—
Gentleman's Magazine.

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