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Barnard, Baron (E, 1698)

 

Creation: let. pat. 25 Jul 1698

 

Family name: Vane

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Arms:

Azure three Sinister Gauntlets Or

Crest:

A Dexter Hand in armour couped at the wrist grasping a Sword in bend all proper, pommelled and hilted Or

Supporters:

Dexter:  A Griffin Argent gorged with a Collar Azure thereon three Sinister Gauntlets Or as in the arms;  Sinister:  An Antelope Or gorged with a Collar Azure thereon three Martlets Or

Motto:

Nec Temere Nec Timide (Neither rashly nor timidly)

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Christopher [Vane], 1st Baron Barnard

7th son of Sir Henry Vane "the Younger", of Raby Castle, co. Durham, and Fairlawn, co. Kent, Governor of Massachusetts, by his wife Frances Wray, 3rd dau. of Sir Christopher Wray MP, of Ashby, co. Lincoln (by his wife Hon Albinia Cecil, 2nd dau. and cohrss. by his first wife of Edward [Cecil], 1st Viscount Wimbledon), 1st son by his second wife of Sir William Wray, 1st Bt., of Glentworth, co. Lincoln

born

21 May 1653

mar.

after 9 May 1676 Lady Elizabeth Holles (d. 9 Nov 1725), sister and cohrss. of John [Holles]. 1st Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and 1st dau. of Gilbert [Holles], 3rd Earl of Clare, by his wife Grace Pierrepont, 2nd dau. of Hon William Pierrepont, of Thoresby, co. Nottingham (by his wife Elizabeth Harris, dau. and cohrss. of Sir Thomas Harris, of Tong Castle, co. Salop), 2nd son of Robert [Pierrepont], 1st Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull

children

1. Henry Vane (b. and dsp. 1676)

2. Hon Gilbert Vane, later 2nd Baron Barnard

3. Hon William Vane, later 1st Viscount Vane

died

28 Oct 1723 (bur. at Shipborne, co. Kent)

created

25 Jul 1698 Baron Barnard, of Barnard Castle in the Bishopric of Durham

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for County Durham 1675-79; Privy Councillor 1688

 

Gilbert [Vane], 2nd Baron Barnard

bapt.

17 Apr 1678

mar.

Jan 1704/5 Mary Randyll (b. 30 Jan 1682; d. 8 Aug 1728; bur. at Bushey, co. Middlesex), dau. and cohrss. of Morgan Randyll MP, of Chilworth, co. Surrey, by his wife Anne Gould, dau. of Sir Thomas Gould, Alderman of London

children

1. Hon Henry vane, later 3rd Baron Barnard later 1st Earl of Darlington

2. Hon Morgan Vane, of Bilby Hall, co. Nottingham, barrister Middle Temple, Comptroller of the Stamp Office 1729 (b. 1706 ; d. 14 Nov 1779), mar. (1) 28 Feb 1731 Margaretta Knight (d. 1 May 1739), sister and hrss. of Robert [Knight]. 1st Earl of Catherlough, and dau. of Robert Knight, of Barrells, co. Warwick, Cashier to the South Sea Company; (2) 19 Feb 1742 Anna Maria Fowler (dsp. 19 Jul 1756), dau. of Edward Fowler, of Feltham, co. Middlesex, son of Rt Rev Edward Fowler DD, Bishop of Gloucester, and (3) 18 Dec 1759 Mary Woodyear (dsp. 11 Jul 1771), dau. of William Woodyear, of Crookhill, co. York, and had issue by his first wife:

1a. Morgan Vane, of Bilby Hall, co. Nottingham (b. 5 Dec 1737; d. 11 Nov 1789), mar. (1) 4 Jul 1760 Anna Maria Margaret Upton (dsp. 15 Jul 1771), (2) Sarah Brookes (dsp. 1779), and (3) 9 May 1780 Catharine Brookes (mar. (2) 21 May 1791 John Dore; d. 5 Sep 1839), dau. of John Dore, and had issue by his third wife:

1b. John Henry Vane (b. 12 Apr 1788; d. 10 Jun 1849), mar. 15 Apr 1808 Elizabeth Nicholson (d. 19 Nov 1865), 3rd dau. of Richard Nicholson, of Glandford Bridge, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1c. Sir Henry Morgan Vane DL, barrister Inner Temple 1853, Secretary to Charity Commission (b. 29 Nov 1808; d. 22 Apr 1886), mar. 6 Jul 1853 Louisa Farrer (d. 16 Dec 1878), dau. and cohrss. of Rev Richard Farrer, of Ashley, co. Northampton, and had issue:

1d. Henry de Vere Vane, later 9th Baron Barnard

2d. Rev Hon Gilbert Holles Vane, granted the rank and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1892, Rector of Wem, co. Shrewsbury, 1895-1905 (b. 26 Sep 1855; d. 27 Jun 1905), mar. 24 Jun 1891 Mary Steadman (d. 29 Jul 1921), dau. of E B Steadman, of High Ercall Hall, co. Shrewsbury, and had issue

3d. Ralph John Vane (v, 14 Jul 1858; dvp. 28 Jul 1858)

4d. Maj Hon William Lyonel Vane, granted the rank and precedence of the younger son of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1892 (b. 30 Aug 1859; d. 23 Jan 1920), mar. 27 Jan 1904 Lady Katharine Louisa Pakenham (d. 9 Mar 1954), 2nd dau. of William Lygon [Pakenham], 4th Earl of Longford, by his wife Hon Selina Rice-Trevor, 4th dau. and cohrss. of George [Rice later Rice-Trevor], 4th Baron Dynevor, by his wife Frances FitzRoy, only dau. of Gen Lord Charles FitzRoy (by his second wife Lady Frances Anna Stewart, 1st dau. by his first wife of Robert [Stewart], 1st Marquess of Londonderry), 2nd son by his first wife of Augustus Henry [FitzRoy], 3rd Duke of Grafton, and had issue

1d. Hon Louisa Henrietta Vane, granted the rank and precedence of the daughter of a Baron by Royal Warrant 1892 (b. 18 Oct 1856; d. 6 Dec 1923), mar. 10 Nov 1891 William Blackstone Rennell, of 62 Eaton Place, London SW (d. 11 Dec 1912), and had issue

2c. Maj Frederick Nicholson Vane, Clerk of the House of Lords (b. 19 Dec 1809; d. 10 Feb 1878)

1a. Margaret Vane (d. unm.)

3. Hon Thomas Vane, of Staindrop Hall (d. 1758)

1. Hon Anne Vane, Maid of Honour to Queen Caroline, mistress of Frederick, Prince of Wales, and Lord Hervey (d. 11 Mar 1736)

died

27 Apr 1753

suc. by

son

 

Henry [Vane], 3rd Baron Barnard later 1st Earl of Darlington

created

3 Apr 1754 Viscount Barnard and Earl of Darlington

 

The Barony of Barnard was held by the Earls of Darlington (from 5 Oct 1827 Marquesses of Cleveland and from 29 Jan 1833 Dukes of Cleveland) from 3 Apr 1754 to 21 Aug 1891, when on the death of Harry George [Vane later Powlett], 4th Duke of Cleveland, 8th Baron Barnard, etc. the barony was inherited by his third cousin once removed:

 

Henry de Vere [Vane], 9th Baron Barnard

born

10 May 1854

mar.

28 Jun 1881 Lady Catherine Sarah Cecil (b. 8 Apr 1861; d. 14 Mar 1918), 3rd dau. of William Alleyne [Cecil], 3rd Marquess of Exeter, by his wife Lady Georgiana Sophia Pakenham, 2nd dau. of Thomas [Pakenham], 2nd Earl of Longford

children

1.Maj Hon Henry Cecil Vane, ADC to Governor of Madras 1903-07 (b. 19 Sep 1882; dvpsp. 9 Oct 1917 of illness contracted on service in France), mar. 25 Aug 1914 Lady Enid Victoria Rachel Fane (b. 24 May 1894; mar. (2) 1 Sep 1922 Capt Herbert Broke Turnor MC, 1st son of Algernon Turnor CB; d. 9 Sep 1969), 1st dau. of Anthony Mildmay Julian [Fane], 13th Earl of Westmorland, by his wife Lady Sybil Mary St Clair-Erskine, 2nd dau. of Francis Robert [St Clair-Erskine], 4th Earl of Rosslyn

2. Hon Christopher William Vane, later 10th Baron Barnard

3. Capt Hon Ralph Frederick Vane (b. 8 Jun 1891; dsp. 6 Jun 1928), mar. 5 Jun 1917 Kathleen Airni Mair (d. 7 Feb 1965), only surv. child of Capt Gilbert Mair, of Ohinimutu, Rotorua, New Zealand, Judge of Native Land Court

died

28 Dec 1918

suc. by

son

note

barrister, Inner Temple 1879

 

Christopher William [Vane], 10th Baron Barnard, CMG OBE MC DL

born

28 Oct 1888

mar.

14 Oct 1920 Sylvia Mary Straker JP (d. 1993), only dau. of Capt Herbert Straker, of Hartforth Grange, Richmond, co. York, by his wife Gwendolin Georgiana Cradock, only dau. of Christopher Cradock, of Hartforth Grange, co. York

children

1. Hon (Harry) John Neville Vane, later 11th Baron Barnard

2. Hon Gerald Raby Vane (b. 2 Dec 1926)

1. Hon Rosemary Myra Vane (b. 4 Nov 1921; d. 31 Dec 1999), mar. 14 Aug 1948 (div. 1954) Sir Angus Josslyn Gore-Booth, 8th Bt., and had issue

died

19 Oct 1964

suc. by

son

note

served in World War I as Major, Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry and later Service Battalion, Border Regiment 1917; MC 1918; Justice of the Peace 1920; Zetland Hunt: Joint MFH 1920-30, MFH 1930-37 and Joint MFH 1937-64; Major, 6th Battalion Durham Light Infantry 1922 and Lt Col commanding 1925-31; Deputy Lieutenant for County Durham 1927; CMG 1930; Zone Commander, Durham Home Guard 1940; Hon Col, 6th Durham Light Infantry 1943; OBE 1955; Lord Lieutenant of County Durham 1958-64; County Commissioner for Durham, Boy Scouts Association

 

(Harry) John Neville [Vane], 11th Baron Barnard, TD

born

21 Sep 1923

mar.

8 Oct 1952 (div. 1992) his second cousin once removed Lady Davina Mary Cecil DStJ (b. 29 Jun 1931), 1st dau. of David George Brownlow [Cecil], 6th Marquess of Exeter, by his first wife Lady Mary Theresa Montagu-Douglas-Scott, 4th dau. of John [Montagu-Douglas-Scott], 7th Duke of Buccleuch

children

1. Hon Henry (Harry) Francis Cecil Vane, later 12th Baron Barnard

1. Hon Carolyn Mary Vane (b. 5 May 1954)

2. Hon Elizabeth Anne Vane (b. 17 May 1956), mar. 1982 Glyn M Deacon, 1st son of A Deacon, and has issue

3. Hon Sophia Rosalind Vane (b. 24 Jan 1962), mar. 1986 Simon B Phillips, yst. son of Peter J Phillips, of Gustard Wood, Wheathampstead, co. Hertford, and has issue

4. Hon Louise Cecily Vane (b. 30 May 1968)

died

3 Apr 2016

suc. by

son

note

served in the RAFVR 1942-47; Lieut, Northumberland Hussars (TA) 1948; Member, Durham County Council 1952-61; Deputy Lieutenant, County Durham 1956-70; Justice of the Peace 1961; Joint MFH, Zetland Hunt 1963-65; Lt Col commanding Northumberland Hussars (TA) 1964-66; President, County Durham Branch British Red Cross Society 1969-87; Vice-Lord Lieutenant of County Durham 1969-70; Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of County Durham 1970-88; KStJ 1971; President, North of England TAVR Association 1974-77; Hon Col, 7th (Durham) Battalion Light Infantry 1979-89; Vice-Chairman of Council, British Red Cross Society 1987-93

 

Henry (Harry) Francis Cecil [Vane], 12th Baron Barnard

born

11 Mar 1959

mar.

12 Dec 1998 Lydia Katherine Robson, 2nd dau. of Christopher Robson, of Rudd Hall, Richmond, co. York, by his wife Susan Jane Cooke-Hurle, 2nd dau. of Maj John Davey Cooke-Hurle JP, of Startforth Hall, Barnard Castle, co. Durham

children

1. Hon William Henry Cecil Vane (b. 4 Jun 2005)

1. Hon Cicely Margaret Vane (b. 20 Jun 2000)

2. Hon Alice Isabella Vane (b. 16 Oct 2001)

 

 Last updated 2 Jun 2016

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Title:

12th Baron Barnard, of Barnard Castle in the Bishoprick of Durham

(England, let. pat. 25 Jul 1698)

 

Address:

Raby Castle, PO Box 50, Staindrop, Darlington, Co. Durham DL2 3AY

Tel:  01833 660751/2   Fax:  01833 660836

 

Website for Raby Castle:

www.rabycastle.com

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