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     Old Montague (GB) f 1720c Woodcock [Darcy's] (GB)
          Sister To Sedbury [Mann's] (GB) f 1731 Partner [Crofts] (GB)
          |     Childers Colt (GB) c 1739 Flying Childers (GB)
          |     Conqueror Colt (GB) c 1740 Conqueror (GB)
          Sedbury (GB) ch c 1734 Partner [Crofts] (GB)
          Darby (GB) b c 1739 Flying Childers (GB)

Mr Mann's [5 yo] ch h Sedbury, out of the late Ld Darcy`s Old-Montague Mare and Partner Sedbury's Dam was a Mare of the late Lord Darcy's, of Sedbury in Yorkshire. The Cover which produced him was in his Lordship's Life-time ; but his Demise soon after ensuing, his said Dam became the Property of a near Relation of his Lordship's, viz. Andrew Wilkinson Esq; of Yorkshire ; in whose Hands Sedbury was foal'd. He was got by Partner. See Page 17. His Dam was got by Woodcock, son of the Darcy Woodcock, son of the Helmsley Turk. She was called the Old Montague Mare, being on the Dam's Side descended from the Kind of a late Lord Mountague, of Cowdry in Sussex, a Nobleman famous for his large and fine Stud of Horses in the Reign of Charles the Second [Cheny 1743].

Sedbury, Lord Darcy, 1734, by Partner - out of the Old Montagu Mare, by Woodcock. *The Old
Montagu Mare, dam of Sedbury, was so called from being daughter of a mare of the breed of Lord Montagu of Cowdry, who, in the time of Charles the 2d was famous for his stud of horses [Intro:184, GSB 1/3:430, GSB 1/4:430].