Pedigree Index

Atkinson of Angerton

ATKINSON, JAMES-HENRY-HOLLIS, Esq. of Angerton, co. Northumberland, b. 9 March, 1819; m. 12 March, 1840, Anne-Louisa, dau. of the late William Ellice, Esq. He took the name of ATKINSON on succeeding to the estates of his maternal grand-uncle, Ralph Atkinson, Esq. of Angerton, in 1827, and was lately a cornet in the royal horseguards.

Lineage.-SIR THOMAS BRADFORD, G.C.B., G.C.H., a lieut.-gen, in the army, (son of the late Thomas Bradford, Esq. of Woodlands near Doncaster, and of Ashdown Park, Sussex, and brother of Lieut. Col. Sir Henry Bradford, who d. 1816, from the effects of wounds received at Waterloo), m. 1st, Mary-Anne, widow of Lieut.-Col. Philip Ainslie dau. of James Atkinson, Esq. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, and niece of Ralph Atkinson, Esq. of Newcastle-on-Tyne, by whom he had issue, JAMES-HENRY-HOLLIS, now of Angerton; Ralph, lieut.-col. grenadier guards, b. 1824, m. Sept. 1858, Amy-Emily-Sarah, dau. of Col. Hugh Fitzroy, and has a dau. Lucy; Elizabeth-Mary, m. to the Rev. Henry Maltby, son of the late Bishop of Durham: Georgiana-Augusta-Frederica, m. to the Rev. Henry Richard Ridley, son of the late Sir M. White Ridley, bart.; and Barbara, m. to Lieut.-Col. Henry Henshawe, son of the late Lieut.-General Henshawe, C.B., royal engineers. Sir Thomas m. 2ndly, 13 July, 1840, Anne-Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin Gould, Esq. of Harley Street, and d. Nov. 1853.

Arms-Erm, on a fesse, double cotised, gu., between three pheons, az., a lion, passant, between two roses, arg.
Crest-On a mount, between two roses, stalked and leaved, ppr., a pheon, az.
Motto-Crede Deo.
Seat-Angerton, near Morpeth, co. Northumberland.

Transcribed from A genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms, fourth edition, 1862;
a.k.a. Burke's Landed Gentry, 1862