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    THE STORY OF SHOREHAAl         SIR, CHARLES MERRIK BUR.RELL    
                             
Henry was succeeded by his eldest son Charles Matthew Goring, 2nd Vis., 5th Bart., who died August, 1769. He wa succeeded by his elder son and heir, Harry Goring, 3rd Vis., 6th. Bart., born 26th April, 1739, and died December, 1824, succeeded by his elder son and heir, Charles Forster Goring, 4th Vis., 7th Bart., born l lth July, 1768, and died 26th Marcl), 1844, succeeded. by his eldest son and heir, Sir Harry Dent Goring, 5th Vis., 8th Bart., the subject of these notes.   brother the (late) Rev. John Goring, of Wiston. His widow married secondly, Henry Townshend Boultbee, Esq., of Spring. field, co. Warwick.
               
  28 Dec.-1849, Lord Alexander Francis Charles Gordon-Lennox (vice Charles Goring, Esq., deceased).
  16 Victoria   1852   Sir C. 31. Burrell.   Lord A. F. C. Gordon. Lennox.
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Sir Harry Dent Goring died in Paris, 19th April, 1859, and was succeeded by his only son and heir, Charles Goring, 6th Vis., 9th Bart., born 1828 and died s.p. 3rd November, 1884.   Alexander Francis Charles Gordon-Lennox. Commonly called Lord Alexander Lennox. Fourth son of Charles, 5th Duke, of Richmond, K.G., by his wife, Lady Caroline Pa,get, eldest daughter of Henry William, 1st Marquis of Anglesey.   Born 14th June, 1825. Entered the Royal Horse Guards in 1842, and became Captain, 1847. M.P. for New Shoreham, 1849-59. Married 6th August, 1863, Emily Frances, second daughter and co-heiress of the late Col. Towneley, of Towneley, Lancashire, and had issue, a son, born 17th August, 1868. Died January, 1892, at his residence in Pont Street, after a protracted illness and buried 26th January, 1892, in the Roman Catholic Cemetery of the Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury, at Fulham.
The titles then devolve? on Craven Charles Goring, 7th Vis., 10th Bart., cousin and heir male, elder son of the Rev. the Hon. Charles Goring, next younger brother to the fifth Viscount Born 24th October, 1841, and died 16th March, 1897, leaving no issue. He was succeeded by Harry Yelverton Goring, 8th Vis., 11th Bart., cousin and heir male, being the eldest son of the Hon. Forster Goring, fourth son of the fourth Viscouunt.   Bon). July, 1840.   Married, 19th July, 1875, Sarah Ann, daughter of John Hickin, Esq., and has issue.  
                             
  5 Victoria   1841   Sir C. 117. Burrell, Bart. Charles Goring, Esq.   22 Victoria   1859   Sir C. 111. Burrell.   Stephen Cave, Esq.  
11 11   1847   11   11     Sir Charles Merrik Burrell, 3rd Bart.   Eldest son of Sir William Burrell, Bart., L.L.D., F.R.S., and S.A., M.P., by his wife, Sophia, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Charles Raymond, Bart., of Valentino House, Essex. (Mr. Raymond, the father-inlaw of Dr. Burrell, was created a Baronet 3rd May, 1774, with remainder to his son-in-law, who became in consequence at the decease of Sir Charles Raymond, Sir William Burrell, 2nd Baronet). Sir Charles Dferrik was born in 1774 and married, 8th May, 1808, Frances O'Brien, sister of the first Lord Leconfield, and by her had issue-Charles Wyndham (died 1827), Percy, 4th Bart.,Walter Wyndham, 5th Bart., and Caroline Julia.
               
Charles Coring, Esq., son of Charles Goring, Esq., of Wiston, CO. Sussex, by his third wife, Mary, daughter of the Rev. John Ballard, Fellow of Winchester (married 7th May, 1812-died, November, 1845) and grandson of Sir Charles Matthew Goring, 2nd Vis., 5th Bart., through his second wife, Elizabeth, sister and co-heiress r1f Sir Robert Fagge, Bart., of Wiston. Born July, 1817. Married, 19th September, 1849, Juliana Mary Caroline, daughter of Sir Willoughby Woolston Dixie, Bart., of Market Bosworth, co. Leicester. Mr. Charles Goring succeeded his cousin, Sir Harry Dent Goring, as Member fog Shoreham, July, 1841, defeating Lord Edward Howard, the poll at that Election being : Sir Charles Merrik Burrell (C), 959 ; Charles Goring, Esq. (CC ), 856 ;   Lord Edward Howard (L), 673.  
Politically, Mr. Charles Goring was a Conservative and Protectionist. In August, 1847 (11 Victoria) Sir Charles Merrik Burrell and Charles Goring, Esq., were returned without opposition, both being described as " Peelites." Mr. Goring died 17th November, 1849. His large estates were inherited by his  
  Sir Charles Merrik built Knepp Castle on the estate purchased by his grandfather, Sir Charles Raymond for £18,900 and left by him to his daughters-Sophia, Lady Burrell, and Juliana Boulton.   Sir C. M. Burrell bought the Boulton moiety and became possessed of the whole. He had a house in Richmond Terrace which gave occasion to a famous trial in 1833. He contended that as it was on the site of the old Palace of Whitehall, it was not liable to the poor rate of St. Margaret's, Westminster.
               
                             
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