This document is comprised of the cover page and the three pages of Hungerford entries in A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland In Two Parts - Part I written by Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms and author of the dictionaries of The Peerage and Baronetage, The Extinct and Dormant Peerage, etc. etc. The text in this document is slightly different than that of The Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland - Hungerford Excerpts Second. The latter document contains text not found in this document. Consequently, this document appears to be an earlier edition of The Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland.
The excerpts in this document commence with Thomas Hungerford, Esq. of Inchodony (IR40 in the Surnames Database), continues with Henry-Jones Hungerford, Esq., of Cahirmore (IR62 in the Surnames Database), and ends with Holdich Hungerford, Henry Hungerford, Esq. of Dingley Park (UNEN169 in the Surnames Database).
Holdich Hungerford, Henry Hungerford, Esq. of Dingley Park was born Henry Holdich but subsequently, upon the attainment of age 21, adopted the name Henry Hungerford. With respect to him, this document reports:
Henry-Hungerford, the present proprietor of Dingley who, upon attaining the age of 21 (in 1824), assumed the name and arms of HUNGERFORD, in compliance with the will of the late John Peach Hungerford, Esq.
Thomas Peach, A.M., rector of Dingley, and Incumbent of St. Jame's, Notting Hill, co. Middlesex, b. 21 Dec 1804; m. 1st., 25 Nov. 1830, Katherine, dau. of the Rev. F. J. Corrance, vicar of Great Glenn, co. Leicester, which lady d. s. p. 28 Feb. 1834; and 2ndly, in 1839, Susan, dau. of __ Garrard, Esq. and has issue.
Mary-Anne, m. to C. Boultbee, Esq. of Whittlesea.
Mr. Holdich m. 2ndly, in 1808, Elizabeth-Laura, dau. and co-heiress of the late Henry-Lawrence Maydwell, Esq. of Whittlesea, and had by her several children.
Arms-Quarterly: 1st and 4th, sa., two bars, arg., in chief, three plates, for HUNGERFORD; 2nd and 3rd, or, on a chev., sa, cottised, gu., three martlets, of the field, a chief, vaire, for HOLDICH.
Crests-1st, out of a ducal coronet, or a pepper garb, of the first, between two sickles, erect. ppr., for HUNGERFORD; 2nd, a martlet, sa, in front of a cross patee, fitchee, between two branches of palm, or, for HOLDICH.
Mottoes-Et Dieu mon appui, for HUNGERFORD; Stet fortuna domus, for HOLDICH.
Seats-Dingley Park, co. Northampton.