Dodd's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage, 1841 page: 373


Heir, his son Charles Anderson Worsley, Lord Worsley, M.P.; born 1809; mar. 1831, 2nd dau. of 3rd Visct. Hawarden; represented Newton (Hants) in parliament in 1830 and 1831, and has sat for Lincolnshire, parts of Lindsey, since 1832.

YEA, 2nd BART. (Eng.) Creat. 1759.-WILLIAM WALTER YEA, son of William Walter Yea, Esq. (the eldest son of the 1st bart.) by the dau. and co-heir of Francis Newman, Esq., of Cadbury House, Somersetshire. Born 1784; mar. 1806, younger dau. of David Robert Michell, Esq., of Dawlish, Devonshire; succeeded his grandfather in 1806. The first bart. was sheriff of Somersetshire in 1760. Seat-Pyrland Hall, Somersetshire.

Heir, his son Lacy Walter Giles; born 1808; appointed, in 1836, captain in the 7th fusileers.

YORK, ARCHBISHOP of, Translated 1807.-HON. EDWARD HARCOURT, D.D., D.C.L., P.C., son of the 1st Lord Vernon, by his 3rd wife, 3rd dau. of the Hon. Simon Harcourt, sister of the 1st Earl of Harcourt. Born 1757; mar. 1784, 3rd dau. of 1st Marq. of Stafford, dead; is primate of England; lord high almoner to the Queen; a governor of the Charter House, and of King's College, London; is patron of 62 livings; the diocese comprises the whole of Yorkshire, with the exception of a portion belonging to the diocese of Ripon; annual value, 10,000l.; was consecrated Bishop of Carlisle in 1790, and translated to this see in 1807; assumed the surname of Harcourt on inheriting the estates of that family; was educated at Westminster, and subsequently at Christ Church, Oxford; was many years canon of Christ Church, Oxford, and a prebendary of Gloucester. Residence-Bishopsthorpe Palace.

YOUNG, 2nd BART., (Eng.) Creat. 1813.-GEORGE YOUNG, son of the 1st bart., by the dau. of Chas. Baring, Esq., of Exmouth. Born 1797; mar. 1835, only dau. of the late Mr. Sergeant Praed; succeeded his father in 1826; attained the rank of commander in the navy in 1825. The 1st bart. was son of Sir George Young, Knt., admiral of the white. Seat-near Maidenhead, Berkshire.

Heir pres., his bro. Charles Baring; born 1801.

YOUNG, 1st BART., (Eng.) Creat. 1821.-WILLIAM YOUNG, son of the Rev. John Young, by the youngest dau. of John Mc Clintock, Esq., of Trinta, co. Donegal. Mar. 1806, youngest dau. of Col. Charles Frederick, and granddau. of Sir Charles Frederick, dead. This family is a branch of the Youngs of Auldbar, in Angusshire. Seat.-Bailieborough Castle, co. Cavan.

Heir, his son John, M.P.; born 1807; mar. 1835, dau. of the late Marchioness of Headfort, by her 1st husband, Edward Tuite Dalton, Esq.; has represented the co. of Cavan in parliament since 1831.

YOUNG, 4th BART., (Eng.) Creat. 1769.-WILLIAM LAWRENCE YOUNG, son of the 3rd bart. by the 2nd dau. of William Tufnell, Esq., of Langleys, Essex. Born 1806; mar. 1832, 5th dau. of John Norris, Esq., of Hughenden House, Bucks; succeeded his father in 1824; has represented Buckinghamshire in parliament since 1837. The 1st bart. was lieut.-governor of Dominica. Seat-Hughenden, Bucks.

Heir, his son William Norris; born 1833.

ZETLAND, 2nd EARL of, (U.K.) Creat. 1838; Baron Dundas, 1794; Bart., 1762.-THOMAS DUNDAS, son of the 1st earl, by the 3rd dau. of General John Hale. Born 1795; mar. 1823, youngest dau. of the late Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bart.; succeeded his father in 1839; is lord-lieut. of Orkney and Shetland, and of the North Riding of Yorkshire; is patron of one living; represented Richmond in parliament from 1818 to 1830, York from the latter date to 1832, and again from 1833 to 1835; sat for Richmond a second time from 1835 till his accession to the peerage. The 1st bart. in this family was com-