Souce: A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and IrelandBy Bernard Burke
Mary Elizabeth Grove Bullock
Died in infancy.
- who in conformitiy with the will of his maternal relative, the Rev Edward-Berkely Troyte, LL.D. of Huntsham Court, co. Devon, who d 9 May 1852, has assumed, by royal license, the surname of TROYTE, in addition to , and before that of Bullock, and the arms of Troyte quarterly, with is own familiy arms
Souce: A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland
By Bernard Burke
Rev Stephen Sloane
Martin Bladen, 2d lord, b April 20 1744 m Feb 6 1771 Cassandra youngest daughter of the late sir Edward Turner of Anbrosden in Oxfordshire, bart; by whom he had issue Cassandria-Julia b Jan 16 1772 m July 15 1793 to Samuel Estwick esq of the island of Barbadoes who dying at the island of Madeira, where she accompanied him, she m 2dly in Sept 1800, Stephen Sloane esq youngest son of colonel Hans Sloane, late MP for Southampton and colonel of the North Hants regiment.
Source: Title: The Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain amp Ireland. Volume 1. England
Publisher: Adamant Media Corporation
Author(s): John Debrett
Occupation: Rector, Parish Church Gedney, Lincolnshire 1806 Education: B.A and M.A. Cambridge University, England
Monument by Sir Francis Chantrey in St Nicolas church, North Stoneham.