Pedigree Index

Atty of Penley Hall

ATTY, JAMES, Esq. of Rugby, co. Warwick, and Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, J.P. for the former shire, and major 2nd regt. of Warwickshire militia, b. in 1810; m. in 1831, Catherine-Adeline, dau. of Adlard Welby, Esq. of North Rauceby, co. Lincoln, and has issue,

I. JAMES, an officer, 43rd light infantry.
II. George-Robert.
III. Charles.
I. Adeline.
II. Harriot.
III. Charlotte.

Mr. Atty was formerly capt. 52nd light infantry.

Lineage.-JAMES ATTYE, Esq., 2nd son of JAMES ATTYE, Esq. of Whitby, by Isabella his wife, dau. of G. Weatherill, Esq., m. Harriot, dau. of Robert Middleton, Esq., and had issue,

JAMES, of whom presently.
George, d. unm. 1797 aged 25.
Robert Middleton, of Ingon Grange, co. Warwick.

The eldest son,

JAMES ATTYE, Esq., m. 1st, in 1807, Harriot, dau. of Sir Thomas Whichcote, Bart. of Oswarby, co, Lincoln, by Diana his wife, dau. of Edmond Turnor, Esq. of Stoke Rochfort, by whom, who d. in 1810, he had one son, JAMES, now of Rugby. He m. 2ndly, Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Hall, rector of Westborough, and vicar of Doddington, co. Lincoln, and had by her one son, George, M.A., of Brazenose College, Oxford, and now of the Middle Temple.

Arms-Az., a bend between two lions rampant, or.
Crest-An ermine, pasaant, on a ducal coronet.
Motto-Eamus quo ducit fortuna.
Seat-Penley Hall, co. Flint.

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