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Kenyon, Baron (GB, 1788)

 

Creation: let. pat. 9 Jun 1788

 

Family name: Kenyon later Tyrell-Kenyon

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Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Sable a Chevron engrailed Or between three Crosses Flory Argent (Kenyon);  2nd and 3rd, Argent two Chevronels Azure within a Bordure engrailed Gules (Tyrel)

Crests:

1st:  a Lion sejant proper resting the fore paw on a Cross Flory Argent;  2nd:  a Boar's Head couped and erect Argent and issuing from the mouth a Peacock's Tail proper

Supporters:

On either side a Tiger reguardant proper round the neck a Chain Or pendent therefrom an Escutcheon of the Arms of Tyrell

Motto:

Magnanimiter Crucem Sustine (Sustain the Cross with magnanimity)

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Lloyd [Kenyon], 1st Baron Kenyon, PC

2nd but 1st surv. son and heir of Lloyd Kenyon, of Gredington in Hanmer, co. Flint, by his wife Jane Eddowes, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Robert Eddowes, of Eagle Hall, co. Chester, and of Gredlington, co. Flint, by his wife Anne Hilton, dau. and hrss. of Rev Richard Hilton, of Gredlington, co. Flint

born

5 Oct 1732

mar.

16 Oct 1773 his cousin Mary Kenyon (b. 21 Jul 1741; d. 8 Aug 1808; bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint), 3rd dau. of George Kenyon, of Peel Hall, co. Lancaster, barrister-at-law, by his wife Peregrina Eddowes, yst. dau. and cohrss. of Robert Eddowes, of Eagle Hall, co. Chester, and of Gredlington, co. Flint

children

1. Lloyd Kenyon (b. 1775; dvp. 15 Sep 1800)

2. Hon George Kenyon, later 2nd Baron Kenyon

3. Hon Thomas Kenyon, of Pradoe, co. Shropshire, Clerk of the Outlawries in the Court of King's Bench (b. 27 Sep 1780; d. 4 Nov 1851), mar. 21 Apr 1803 Louisa Charlotte Lloyd (d. 11 Apr 1869), dau. of Rev John Robert Lloyd, of Aston Hall, and had issue

died

4 Apr 1804 (bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint)

created

28 Jul 1784 Baronet of Great Britain, styled "of Gredington"

9 Jun 1788 Lord Kenyon, Baron of Gredington in the County of Flint

suc. by

son

note

admitted to the Middle Temple 1750; barrister 1756; King's Counsel 1780; Member of Parliament for Hindon 1780-84 and for Tregony 1784-88; Chief Justice of Chester 1780-84; Attorney-General 1782-83 and 1783-84;  Master of the Rolls 1784-88;  Privy Counsellor 1784; FSA 1784; Chief Justice of the King's Bench 1788-1804

 

George [Kenyon], 2nd Baron Kenyon

born

22 Jul 1776

mar.

1 Feb 1803 Margaret Emma Hanmer (b. 7 Jul 14785; d. 24 Feb 1815; bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint), dau. of Sir Thomas Hanmer, 2nd Bt., of Hanmer, co. Flint, by his wife Margaret Kenyon, 1st dau. and cohrss. of George Kenyon, of Peel Hall, co. Lancaster, only son of his maternal grandfather, George Kenyon, of Peel Hall, co. Lancaster

children

1. Hon Lloyd Kenyon, later 3rd Baron Kenyon

2. Hon Edward Kenyon JP DL, of Maesfen, co. Shropshire (b. 11 Jun 1810; d. 21 Oct 1894), mar. (1) 19 Sep 1840 Caroline Susan Catherine Beresford (d. 8 Mar 1866), 3rd dau. and cohrss. of Lt Gen Rt Hon Lord George Beresford GCH (by his wife Harriet Schutz, dau. of John Bacon Schutz, of Gillingham Hall, Beccles, co. Lancaster), 3rd son of George de la Poer [Beresford], 1st Marquess of Waterford, and (2) 11 May 1880 Catherine Elizabeth Townley (widow of Rev W Gale Townley, Rector of Upwell, co. Norfolk; d. 16 Jun 1903), 1st dau. of Rev George Frederick John Marsham, Rector of Allington, co. Kent (by his wife Elizabeth Marcia Jones, dau. and cohrss. of Walter Jones, of Hayle Place, co. Kent), 5th son of Rev Canon Hon Jacob Marsham DD (by his wife Amelia Frances Bullock, only dau. and hrss. of Joseph Bullock, of Caversfield, co. Oxford), 3rd son of Robert [Marsham], 2nd Baron Romney, and had issue by his first wife

1. Hon Margaret Emma Kenyon (dvp. and sp. 3 Feb 1829), mar. 19 Jun 1828 Sir James Hay Langham, 11th Bt.

2. Hon Marianne Kenyon (dsp. 18 Sep 1866), mar. 25 Aug 1835 Admiral Hon Thomas Best (b. 12 Aug 1799; dsp. 4 Sep 1864), 2nd son of William Draper [Best], 1st Baron Wynford, by his wife Mary Anne Knapp, 2nd dau. of Jerome Knapp

3. Hon Peregrine Kenyon (dvp. 12 Apr 1830)

died

25 Feb 1855 (bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint)

suc. by

son

note

barrister, Middle Temple 1793; FSA 1808; Bencher, Middle Temple 1811; Reader, Middle Temple 1815; Treasurer, Middle Temple 1823

 

Lloyd [Kenyon], 3rd Baron Kenyon

born

1 Apr 1805

mar.

29 Jun 1833 Hon Georgina de Grey (b. 7 Jul 1813; d. 22 Apr 1874; bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint), 4th dau. of Thomas [de Grey], 4th Baron Walsingham, by his wife Elizabeth North, sister of Francis [North], 6th Earl of Guilford, and 3rd dau. of Rt Rev Hon Brownlow North DD, Bishop of Winchester (by his wife Henrietta Maria Bannister, dau. and cohrss. of John Bannister, of London), 1st son by his second wife of Francis [North], 1st Earl of Guilford

children

1. Hon Lloyd Kenyon (b. 13 Apr 1835; dvp. 17 Apr 1865), mar. 21 Jul 1863 Hon Fanny Mary Katherine Ormsby-Gore (mar. (2) 24 Aug 1880 Rev Thomas Mainwaring Bulkeley-Owen, of Tedsmore Hall, co. Shropshire;  d. 25 Nov 1927), only child of John Ralph [Ormsby-Gore], 1st Baron Harlech, by his wife Sarah Tyssen-Tyrell, 3rd dau. and cohrss. of Sir John Tyssen-Tyrell, 2nd Bt, of Boreham House, Chelmsford, co. Essex, and had issue:

1a. Lloyd Kenyon later Tyrell-Kenyon, later 4th Baron Kenyon

2. Hon George Thomas Kenyon JP DL MP, barrister-at-law (b. 28 Dec 1840; dsp. 26 Jan 1908), mar. 21 Oct 1875 Florence Anna Leche (b. 27 Apr 1853; dsp. 25 Apr 1929), 2nd dau. of John Hurleston Leche DL JP, of Carden Park and Stretton Hall, co. Chester, by his first wife Caroline Corbett, yst. dau. of Edward Corbett, of Darnhall, co. Chester

3. Hon Edward Frederick Kenyon, barrister-at-law (b. 25 Aug 1842; d. 4 Jan 1892)

4. Alfred Kenyon (d. in infancy)

5. Rev Hon William Trevor Kenyon, Rector of Malpas, co. Chester (b. 22 Oct 1847; d. 12 Sep 1930), mar. (1) 16 Feb 1871 Anne M'Kerrell Hay-Gordon (d. 15 May 1873), dau. of Adam Hay-Gordon of Avochie, and (2) 16 Jan 1877 Lucy Rosamond Wolley Dod (d. 28 Feb 1946), 2nd dau. of Rev Charles Wolley later Wolley Dod, of Edge Hall, co. Chester, and Allen Hill, co. Derby, by his wife Frances Lucy Parker, only child of Rev Pelly Parker, Rector of Hawton, co. Nottingham, by his wife Frances Rosamund Dod, of Edge Hall, co. Chester, and had issue by both wives

1. Hon Georgina Kenyon (b. 13 May 1834; d. 22 Jun 1919)

2. Hon Margaret Emma Kenyon (d. 4 Jan 1927), mar. 11 Oct 1855 William Townley Mitford DL JP MP, of Pitshill, co. Sussex (b. 29 Jun 1817; d. 18 Apr 1889), only son of Charles Mitford, of Pitshill, co. Sussex, by his wife Margaret Townley, dau. of Richard Greaves Townley MP, of Fulbourn and Beaupre, co. Cambridge, and had issue

3. Hon Elizabeth Kenyon, mar. 10 Jan 1860 Rev George Arkwright, Rector of Pencombe, co. Hereford (d. 3 Oct 1877), and had issue

4. Hon Henrietta Kenyon (b. 21 Apr 1839; d. 20 Jan 1903)

5. Hon Charlotte Jane Kenyon (d. 27 Apr 1893), mar. 13 Jan 1876 Rev George Montagu Osborn, Rector of Campton, co. Bedford (b. 5 May 1843; d. 21 Nov 1910), 3rd son of Sir George Robert Osborn, 6th Bt., by his wife first Lady (Charlotte) Elizabeth Kerr, 4th dau. of Lady Charlotte MacDonnell, suo jure Countess of Antrim, and had issue

died

14 Jul 1869 (bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint)

suc. by

grandson

note

Member of Parliament (Tory) for St Michael's 1830-32

 

Lloyd [Kenyon later Tyrell-Kenyon], 4th Baron Kenyon

born

5 Jul 1864

mar.

30 Nov 1916 Gwladys Julia Howard (b. 1 Nov 1884; d. 26 Feb 1965), only dau. of Col Henry Richard Lloyd Howard CB, of Wygfair, co. Denbigh, by his wife Violet Mary Barnard Hankey, only dau. of Capt Henry Barnard Hankey RN, of West Leigh, Havant, co. Hampshire

children

1. Hon Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon, later 5th Baron Kenyon

1. Hon Sarah Myvida Mary Tyrell-Kenyon MBE (b. 13 Sep 1917; d. 21 Dec 1999), mar. 10 Oct 1966 Col Desmond Aubrey Robert Bancroft Cooke (d. 1987), yst. son of Lt Col Sydney Fitzwyman Cooke, of Orwell Lodge, Horsham, co. Sussex

died

30 Nov 1927 (bur. at Hanmer, co. Flint)

suc. by

son

note

a Lord-in-Waiting (Conservative) 1900-05 and 1916-19; assumed the additional name of Tyrell by Royal Licence 1912 in accordance with the will of his great-grandfather, Sir John Tyssen-Tyrrel, 2nd Bt., of Boreham House, Chelmsford, co. Essex; President, University College of North Wales; Pro-Chancellor, University of Wales; Lord Lieutenant of Denbighshire

 

Lloyd [Tyrell-Kenyon], 5th Baron Kenyon, CBE JP DL

born

13 Sep 1917

mar.

3 Jun 1946 Leila Mary Pell (widow of Lieut Hugh William Jardine Ethelstan Pell; d. 28 Jan 2008), only dau. of Cmdr John Wyndham Cookson RN, of Strand Hall, Winchilsea, co. Sussex, by his wife Mary Colquhoun, 1st dau. by his first wife of Sir Alan John Colquhoun of Luss, 6th Bt. KCB

children

1. Hon Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon, later 6th Baron Kenyon

2. Hon Richard Tyrell-Kenyon (b. 26 Nov 1948; d. 1982), mar. (1) 7 Oct 1970 (div. 1976) Davina Jane Jessel, dau. of David Charles George Jessel (by his first wife Hon Amelia Grace FitzRoy, 5th dau. of Robert Oliver [FitzRoy], 2nd Viscount Daventry, by his wife and second cousin Grace ZoŽ Guinness, dau. of Claude Hugh Campbell Guinness), 1st son of Sir Richard Hugh Jessel, of Coney West Hall, co. Suffolk (by his first wife Margaret Ella Lewis, 2nd dau. of Sir Sir George James Graham Lewis, 2nd Bt.), 2nd son of Sir Charles James Jessel, 1st Bt., and (2) Janet Nelson, stepdau. of Donald Linley, of Denbigh, co. Clwyd, and had issue by his first wife

3. Hon Thomas Tyrell-Kenyon (b. 14 Mar 1959; d. 1993)

1. Hon Katherine Tyrell-Kenyon (b. 21 Apr 1959), mar. 1985 David Nigel Vardon Churton MBE, 1st son of Col Geoffrey Vardon Churton MBE MC TD, of Manley, co. Chester, and has issue

died

16 May 1993

suc. by

son

note

President, University College of North Wales Bangor 1947; Chief Commissioner for Wales, Boy Scouts Association 1948-66; President, National Museum of Wales 1952-57; Trustee, National Portrait Gallery 1953-93; CBE 1972

 

Lloyd [Tyrell-Kenyon], 6th Baron Kenyon

born

13 Jul 1947

mar.

1971 Sally Carolyn Matthews, 1st dau. of Jack Frank Page Matthews, of Bury St Edmunds, co. Suffolk

children

1. Hon Lloyd Nicholas Tyrell-Kenyon (b. 9 Apr 1972)

2. Hon Alexander Simon Tyrell-Kenyon (b. 29 Nov 1975)

 

 Last updated 1 Aug 2011

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Titles:

6th Baron Kenyon, of Gredington in the County of Flint

(Great Britain, let. pat. 9 Jun 1788)

6th Baronet, styled "of Gredington"

(Great Britain, let. pat. 28 Jul 1784)

 

Address:

Gredington, Whitchurch, Shropshire SY13 3DH

Tel:  01948 80305

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