JAMES, his heir;He wedded secondly, the daughter of Sir Thomas Hildyard, and had a daughter, ANN CATHERINE, who succeeded to the Hildyard estates.
Robert, who took the name of Moyser.
Mr Whyte died in 1807, and was succeeded by his son,
JAMES WHYTE, of Pilton House, Barnstaple, Devon, who married, in 1805, Frances Honoria, daughter of the Rt Hon John Beresford, brother of 1st Marquess of Waterford.
He died in 1852, leaving issue,
JOHN JAMES, his heir;The eldest son,
James Richard (Rev);
Selina Catherine Harriet; Frances Honoria;
Mary; Barbara Henrietta.
JOHN JAMES WHYTE JP DL (1806-89), of Newtown Manor, County Leitrim, Lieutenant-Colonel, 7th Hussars, espoused, in 1842, Mary Ann Jesse, daughter of Charles Dieudonné de Montenach, and had issue,
CHARLES CECIL BERESFORD, his heir;Mr Whyte was succeeded by his eldest son,
Marie Elizabeth Frances Medora; Marie Gertrude;
Emma Frances Honoria; Florence Alma Julia.
CHARLES CECIL BERESFORD WHYTE JP DL (1845-1923), of Newtown Manor and Hatley Manor, High Sheriff, 1877, who married, in 1874, Petronella Hallberg, daughter of Herr Magnus Hallberg Riksdagsman, of Sweden, an by her (who succeeded to the estates of Charles Manners St George JP DL and Madame Ingri Christina St George, in counties Leitrim and Roscommon), had issue,
CECIL HARMAN BALDWIN, his heir;The eldest son,
John Theodore Marcus;
Maryanne Christina de Montenach St George;
Ingri Melesina Beatrice Gertrude;
Mona Selina Petronella;
Chisogona Constantia Barbara Beresford;
Florence Holda Medora; Lucile Theodora Gwendoline;
Ebba Harline d'Iberville Le Moyne;
Edith Estelle Ermyntrude le Poer.
CECIL HARMAN BALDWIN ST GEORGE WHYTE (1881-), Lieutenant, 5th Battalion, the Connaught Rangers.
HATLEY MANOR, near Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim, built about 1830, became the seat of the Whytes through marriage.
In the manner of Castle Ward House, it has a split personality: The entrance front is Italianate; the garden front, Gothic.
The house faces across a forecourt to the main street of Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim.
The Gothic front overlooks the demesne, which leads to the river.
Hatley was originally a seat of the St George family, of Hatley St George, Cambridgeshire.
The last St George to live there is interred in an elaborate Victorian-Classical mausoleum in the grounds.
The estate passed the widow of Cecil Whyte by inheritance.
It was purchased by a bank, though is now privately owned.
First published in June, 2012.