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. A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoying territorial possessions or high official rank, but uninvested with heritable honours. t. IV. Frances. V. Margaret, m. to Sir Hugh Smythe,bart. VI. Dorothy, ni. to John Upton, esq. ofIngmire Hall. The Bishop of Bristol d. at his house inDavies Street, Berkeley Square, 18th April,1792, and was a. by his son, Richard Wilson, esq. of Rudding Hall,Yorkshire, b. 31st December, 1752, whoespoused (as before stated) Elizabeth,daughtei of the Very Rev. Dean Foun-TAYNE, and was father of the present Rich-ard Fountayne-Wilson, esq. of Melton. Ai-ms.—Quarterly ; first and fourth, sa.a wolf saliant or, in chief two estoiles arg.on a canton a cross, for Wilson. Secondand third, or, a fess gu. between three ele-phants heads sa. for Fountayne. Crests—First, a demi wolf sa. holding ashield. Second, on a mount, an elephant. Estates—In Yorkshire, Norfolk, Notts,&c. &c. Seat—Melton Hall, Yorkshire. 271 CHAMPERNOWNE, OF DARTIISGTON. ^HAMPERNOWNE, HENRY, esq. of Dartington, in the county of Devon, b.I4th September, 1815, succeeded at the decease of his father in 1819. Hmeage.. The family of Campernowne, wliich insplendour of descent, yields to few in thewest of England, was originally called Ca m foArnulphi, and the first members sent to par-liament, by the county of Cornwall, wereWilliam de Campo-Arnulphi, and ReginaldBeville. The first of the name at Modbury, (wequote Prince) was Richard, a younger sonof Sir Henry Chambernon, of Clist Cham-bernon; which Sir Henry was son of SirOliver ; as he was son of Henry Chamber-non, of Clist and Ilfarcombe, in KingHenry II. time, the last of which family(of Clist Chambernon) was Sir WilliamChambernon, who left issue, Elizabeth, hisonly daughter and heir ; a frolic lady, thatmarried William Polglas, within three daysof her fathers death, and within two daysafter her husband Polglass death, she wasmarried again unto John Cergeaux. ByPolglas, she left