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ourth this curious subject, in the hope that it may lend others a little into a most interesting course of inquiry. We may put Shakespeare at the head of the list. His eldest daughter, Susanna was married at Stratford, June 6th 1607 to Mr. John Hall. There was only one child by this marriage. The youngest daughter married to Thomas Quincey. At Shakespeare's death, inisle, the family consisted of his wife has daughter. Susanna, and her husband Dr. Hall. Judith and Thomas Quincey, andDr. Hall. Judith and Thomas Quincey, and Elizabeth and laughter. Judith Quincey had several children who were all dead in 1639. The poet's grand daughter Elizabeth Hall, was married in 1628, to Thomas Nash who died in 1647 without issue; and secondly, in 1649 to John Bernard, of Abingdon, county of Northampton, by whom she bad no family, and died in 1670. Thus in fifty years Shakespeare descendants, both male and female, came to an end. Milton, the poet, left female descendants only, whose family are believed long since to hav