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a bend sable, on a chief of the last three cushions of the
first (for Johnson) ; 3. argent, a fesse sable, a demi-lion
issuant gules, in base three mullets of six points azure (for
Oeils) ; 4. argent, on a fesse gules, a cross pat^e between
two cross crosslets fitchte or (for Cuthbert). Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
dexter arm embowed, vested azure, cuff argent, the hand
grasping a jaw-bone proper, on the arm a cross pat^ or.



27, 1884, Ada Cornelia, dau. of Col. llcniy
e. C.B., V.U., J.l'. ; and has hsue~(i\



Married, Nov.

Bouchier Savile, v^.u., v.l»., j.i. ; ana nas Issue (i)

Cuthbert Savile liaines, Gentleman, b. May 25, 1890; (a)
Thomas Borlase Haines, Cientlenian, b. May 7, 1898;
Violet Mary Sophia ; and Frances Joyce. Residence— '\\w
Lawn, Shirehampton, near Bristol.



The Right Rkvkrknu FREDERICK SAMUEL
BAINES, D.D. , Bishop of Natal, Ixung the youngest son
of the late Cuthbert Athelstan Baines, ICsq., Lieut. -Col. 3and
Regt. , by his wife Sophia. Armorial bearings— Quarterly,
I. able, a thigh-bone in pale surmounted by another in
fesse argent, between two crosses pat(5e in bend or (fdi
Baines) ; 2. argent, a bend sable, on a chief of the last ihn .
cushions of the first (for Johnson) ; 3. argent, a fesse salil-
a demi-lion issuant gules, in base three mullets of six poin!
azure (for Oeils) ; 4. argent, on a fesse gules, a cross pat-
between two cross crosslets fitch(5e or (for CuiIiIk-ii
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath uf tl
colours, a dexter arm embowed, vrsted azure, cuff argci'
the hand grasping a jaw-bone proper, on the .-uni a cro
p>at^e or. Residence — Bishop's House, I'ietermaritzburii
Natal. •'



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JERVOISE ATHELSTANE BAINES, Esq., C S. .
Was in India Civil Service ; author of several Stntbtical
Works ; formerly County Alderman for London. Born
1847, being the son of the late Rev. Edward Bai
Vicar of Yalding, Kent, by his wife Catherine E. Bail
his cousin. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, i. sable,
thigh-bone in pale surmounted by another in fesse argent,
between two crosses patte in Ijend or (for Baines) ; a.
argent, a bend sable, on a chief of the last thr<'e cushions
of the first (for Johnson) ; 3. argent, a fesi-e sable, a demi-
lion issuant gules, and in base three mullets of six points
azure (for Oeils) ; 4. argent, on a fesse gules, a cross patfe
between two cross crosslets fitchfe or (for Cuthbert).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a dexter arm embowed, vested azure, cuff argent,
the hand grasping a jaw-bone proper, on the arm a cross
pat6e or. Married, 1874, Constance, dau. of Henry Pyne,
Barrister-at-Law. Residence — Kidlington, Oxon. Club—
Reform.



BAIRD, see MATURIN-BAIRD,

BAIRD OF AUCHMEDDEN, quartered by ERAS



I



H Sir ALEXANDER BAIRD, Baronet (1897), of Urie
W and Rickarton, Kincardineshire, Lord-Lieut, of co.
Kincardine, and a D. L. for co. Inverness. Born 1849,
being the eldest son of the late John Baird, Esq., J. P.
and D.L. , of Urie and Lochwood, by Margaret his
wife, daughter of John Findlay of Springhill, co. Lanark.
Club — Carlton. Armorial bearings — He bears for Anns:
Parted per pale engrailed gules and or, a boar passant
counterchanged, the escutcheon being charged with bis
badge of Ulster as a Baronet ; and impaling the arms of
Palk, namely sable, an eagle displayed argent, armed
or, a bordure engrailed of the second. Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling
gules, doubled argent ; and up)on a wreath of his liveries is
set for Crest, a griffin's head erased or ; and in an escroU
over the same this Motto, " Dominus fecit." Married,
1873, the Hon. Annette Maria, elder dau. of the Rt. Hon.
Lawrence Palk, ist Baron Haldon ; and by her, who d.
1884, has Issue — John Lawrence Baird, Esq., D.L. for co.
Kincardine, Second Secretary H.M. Diplomatic Service,
b. 1874; (2) Alexander Walter Frederick Baird, Esq.,
D.S.O., Major 2nd Batt. Gordon Highlanders, b. 1876;
Evelyn Margaret ; Janet Norah ; Nina Isabel ; and Muriel
Jane. Seat — Urie, Stonehaven, N.B.

5 JOHN BAIRD, Esq., of Lochwood, co. Lanark, J.P.
and D.L. for co. Inverness, late M.P. for N.W. Lan-
arkshire. Born Feb. 17, 1852, being second son of the late
John Baird, Esq. , of Urie and Lochwood ; s. to Lochwood
on the death of his father 1870. Armorial bearings— He
bears for Arms : Parted per pale engrailed gules and or, a
boar passant, in chief a crescent, all counterchanged. Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with
a mantling gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, a griffin's head erased or ; and
in an escroll over the same this Motto, " Dominus fecit."



is the Military Cockade.



IBai



IBak



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{ilarried, April 23, 1878, Constance Emelia, dau. of John
liattersby Harford of Blaise Castle, Henbury, near Bristol ;
Lnd has Issue — (i) James Alexander Baird, Gentleman, b.

'eb. 15, 1879; (2) Hugh William Baird, Gentleman, b.

an. 24,' 1882 ; Jean Edith ; and Margaret Ina. Seat —

..ochwood, Gartcosh, N.B.

Admiral Sir JOHN KENNEDY BAIRD. Knight
iJommander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
\3orn 1833, being the son of Sir David Baird, second
f3aronet, by his wife Anne, commonly known as Lady
f^nne, daughter of the Most Honourable Archibald, Mar-
quess of Ailsa ; became Captain in the Royal Navy, 1864,
'/ice-Admiral, 1886, and Admiral, 1892 ; was formerly Naval
|Vide-de-Camp to Her Majesty the Queen ; served in the
Russian War, 1854, 1855 ; was Admiral-Superintendent of
fVaval Reserves, 1885-1888 ; and in Command of the
l^hannel Squadron, 1888-1890 ; created Knight Commander
)f the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, 1890. Club —
\rmy and Navy. Armorial bearings— H e bears for Arms :
jules, a boar passant or, on a canton ermine, a sword erect
ijroper. Upon the escutcheon, which is surrounded by the
ibbon of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, and
herefrom pendent the badge of a Knight Commander of
hat order, is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
j-nantling gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his
I iveries is set for Crest, a boar's head erased or ; with the
iUottO, " Vi et virtute. " Postal address — 31 Cadogan Place,
tLondon, S.W.

S WILLIAM BAIRD, Esq., of Elie, Fifeshire, J. P. and
D.L. for CO. Ayr, and J. P. for co. Fife. Born 1848,
ibeing the eldest son of William Baird, Esq., J. P., of Elie,
iM.P. for Falkirk 1841-7, and nephew of the late James
Baird, Esq., of Cambusdoon. Club — Carlton. Armorial
Ibearings — He bears for Arms : Parted per pale gules and
!or, a boar passant counterchanged. Upon the escutcheon
lis placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling
;gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is
jset for Crest, a griffin's head erased or ; and in an escroll
iover the same this Motto, " Dominus fecit." Married,
1 1883, Caroline Muriel, dau. of the late John Alexander
; Burn Callander of Preston Hall ; and has Issue — James
i William Baird, Gentleman, b. Nov. 5, 1893; Ethel Mary;
land Janet Muriel. Seat — Elie House, Fife.

; JAMES GEORGE BAIRD- HAY, Esquire, formerly
; Captain 92nd Highlanders, J. P., D.L. co. Haddington.
'.Born 1826, being the eldest son of the late Rear-Admiral
i James Hay of Belton, by Mary his wife, dau. of Robert
I Hathorne Stewart of Physgill. Armorial bearings -^
I Quarterly i and 4, qrly. i. and iiii. azure, three fraises
; argent ; ii. and iii. gules, three bars ermine, all within a
I bordure gules, over all an escutcheon of the arms of Hay,
I viz. argent, three escutcheons gules ; 2 and 3 parted per pale
< gules and or, a wild boar passant counterchanged. Mantling
\ gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of the liveries, a
: goat's head erased argent, armed or. Motto — " Spare
I nought." Married, 1862, Jane, dau. of the late William
I Baird of Elie, co. Fife. Postal address -B&Xlon, Dunbar, N. B.

I BAKER (H. Coll.). Sable, a chief gules, thereon an
I estoile of the first between two bezants. Mantling sable

and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a

swan's head erased argent, an estoile or between two

bezants. Motto—'' Sedulo et honeste."

Son of John Law Baker of Eastcote Lodge, Middx. ,

late Indian Army, b. ; d. ; m. , Carohne

Brown :—

I Lawrence James Baker, Esq., J. P. Surrey (High Sheriff

! 1898), M.P. Frome Div. Somerset 1885-6, b. 1827 ; m. ist,

1857, Ellen Catherine Thompson ; 2nd, 1871, Susan Taylor ;

and has issue— Lawrence Ingham Baker, Gentleman, b.

1862 [m. 1885, Helen Agnes, d. of Sir Samuel Morton Peto,

1st Bart. ; and has issue — Humphrey Lawrence Peto

Raker, Gentleman, b. 1887]. 5^a^ — Ottershaw Park.

Chertsey, Surrey. Town res.— 10 Ennismore Gardens,

London, S.W. Club— Rdorm.

BAKER (H. Coll.). Argent, within two barrulets azure,
between three swan's heads erased of the second, and in
the centre chief point a fountain proper, two cinquefoils
fessewise also of the second. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a swan's head erased



argent, gorged with a naval crown and between two
cinquefoils azure.

Son of the late Sir Samuel White Baker of Sandford
Orleigh, Devonshire: —
Baker, Esq.

FERDINAND BAKER BAKER, Gentleman. Born
December 18, 1858, being the third son of the late Henry
John Baker Baker, Esquire, of Elemore Hall (who assumed
by Royal License, in 1844, the name of Baker only (in lieu
of Tower), in accordance with the will of his grandfather,
George Baker, Esquire, and the arms of Baker and Tower
quarterly), by his wife Isabella, younger daughter of Robert
Lancelot Allgood of Nunwick, in the county of Northumber-
land. Club — White's. Livery — Dark blue, silver buttons.
Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms : Quarterly i and
4, ermine on a saltire engrailed azure, a maunch between
four escallops or, on a chief sable, a lion passant of the
third (for Baker) ; 2 and 3 sable, a tower or, charged with
a pheon of the field, within a bordure of the second, charged
with ten cross crosslets also of the field (for Tower). Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with
a mantling sable and argent; and for his Crests, i. upon
a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant argent, charged on
the shoulder with a saltire azure, and supporting between
the paws a shield of the last, thereon a maunch or (for
Baker) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin passant
per pale or and ermine, the dexter claw resting on a shield
sable, charged with a tower as in the arms (for Tower).
Motto — " Love and dread." Seat — Elemore Hall, in the
county of Durham.

Dame FLORENCE BAKER, Widow, commonly known
as Lady Baker, daughter of M. Finnian von Sass. Married,
i860 (as his second wife), Sir Samuel White Baker, Knight
Bachelor, Master of Arts, Fellow of the Royal Society,
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Fellow of the
Royal Astronomical Society, Deputy - Lieutenant for the
county of Gloucester, and Justice of the Peace for the county
of Devon, who died December 31, 1893. Armorial bearings
are, upon a lozenge : Argent, within two barrulets between
three swans' heads erased of the second, and in the centre
chief point a fountain proper, two cinquefoils fesseways
also of the second. Postal address — Sandford Orleigh,
Newton Abbott.

JOHN RICHARD BAKER, Esquire. Born Oct. 5,
1866, being the eldest son of the Hon. Sir Richard Chaffey
Baker, K.C.M.G., K.C.P.S., President of the Senate of




the Commonwealth of Australia, by his wife Katherine
Edith, dau. of Richard Bowen CoUey. Armorial bear-
ings — Party per fesse or and asure, in chief a cinquefoil



is tbe Naval Cockade.



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TBak



IBak



bttwcm two Bwwu* neck* erased, and in baa* • t«nt
Back enuied between iw-o cimiurfoils all countcrchanged.
p«— 1*^ anire and or. Oraal— On a wrcaih uf the col-
oon, aoexter arm embow-cil proper, charged with two
daquHbib 4Mure. holding a lozenge also azure, chu-ged
with a »wan'» neck erase*! or. MOWO— " Carpe diem."

LAWRENCE INGHAM BAKER, Gentleman. Born
l86a, being the eldest son of Lawrence James Baker of
Ovenhaw i'.irk, formerly M.P. Frome Div. Somerset, by
his wife Etkn Catherine Ilionipson. Annorlal bearings-
impaling the arms of Peto, namely, borry of six per pale
indented or and gules, two annulets in (esse all counter-
changied. Orwt — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
swans head erased argent, an esloile or, between two
lieznnls. Motto— "Sedulo et honeste." Afttrried, 1885,
Helen Agnes, younRest dau. of Sir Samuel Morton I'eto,
1st IWt. ; anil has /w«^- Humphrey Laurence Peto Baker,
Gentleman, bom 1887. Postal address— EasXcoKe Lodge,
Pinner.

LAWRENCE JAMES BAKER, Gentleman, M.P. for
Somerset (Frome Div.) 1885. Horn 1827, being the eldest
son of Capt. John Uiw Ikiker, by his wife Caroline Brown.
c"/«*— Reform. Armorial bearmgs—
Great — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a swan's head
erased argent, an estoile or between two bezants. Motto —
"Sedulo el honeste." Married, firstly, 1857, Ellen
Catherine Thompson; secondly, 1871, Susiin Taylor; and
has issue. Postal arf</««— Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw,
Surrey.

The Honourable Sir RICHARD CHAFFEY BAKER,
Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of Saint
Michael and Saint George, M.A. (Cambridge), Mcnil)er of
the Legislative Council of South Australia, Justice of the
Peace, and K.C. Born June 22, 1841, being the eldest
son of the Honourable John Baker of Morialta, Member
of the legislative Council of South Australia, and Isabella
his wife, daughter of George Allen ; was elected Member
of Parliament of South Australia, 1868 ; Attorney-General,
1870; Member of the 1-egislative Council of South Aus-
tralia from 1877 ; was Special Envoy from the Australian
Colonies to Great Britain to negotiate Postal Union be-
tween them, 1885, 1886; created C.M.G. 1886, and
K.C.M.G. 1895. Armorial bearlngfs — Party jier fesse
or and azure, in chief a cinquefoil between two swans' necks
erased, and in Iwse a swan's neck erased between two cinque-
foils, all counterchanged ; and for his Crest, uf)on a wreath
of the colours, a dexter arm embowed proper, charged with
two cinquefoils azure, holding a lozenge also azure, thereon
a swan's neck erased or; with the Motto, "Carpe diem."
Married, December 24, 1865, Katherine Edith, daughter of
Richard Bowen Colley ; and has Issue — (i) John Richard
Baker, Esq. ; (2) Robert Colley Baker, Esq. ; and Adelaide
Edith. Postal address — Adelaide, South Australia. Clubs
— New University, Adelaide (Adelaide, South Australia).

Rev. ROBERT LOWBRIDGE BAKER, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. Cantab., J. P. co. Oxford, Rector of Wilcote
and Vicar of Ramsden, same co. Born 22 Feb. 1831, being
the only son of the late Robert Baker, Esq. , of West Hay,
J. P. and D.L., by his wife Dorothea, dau. of the Rev. John
Wylde, Rector of Aldridge-with-Barr, co. Stafford. Ar-
morial bearings — He bears for Arms : Azure, on a fesse
engrailed Ijetween three swans' necks erased or, gorged
with ducal coronets gules, as many cinquefoils of the last ;
and impaling the arms of Hicks-B^ch, namely, quarterly 1
and 4, vair6, argent, and gules, on a canton azure, a pile or
(for Beach) ; 2 and 3 gules, a fesse wavy between three fleurs-
de-lis or (for Hicks). Upon theescutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a mantling azure and or ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm in mail
proper, the under vest seen at the elbow vert, the hand also
proper, grasping a swan's neck as in the arms, beaked gu.
Married, 1st, 1858, Mary Katherine (who died 1871), dau.
of Charles Noel of Bell Hall, co. Worcester ; and 2ndly,
7 Jan. 1873, Henrietta Maria, 4th dau. of Right Hon. Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach, 8th Bart., of Beverston, M.P., by
whom he has /«««— Robert Michael Baker, Gentleman,
*. 13 March 1887 ; Katherine Alice ; Mary Dorothea ;
Lettice Edith ; Maijorie Emily ; Laura Joan ; and Henrietta



Judith. Estate— West Hay, Wrington, Bristol. I'os/ai
address — Ramsden, Charlbury, Oxford.

BAKER (H. Coll.). Per pale ermine and gules, a
greyhound courant between two bars invectcd, in chlti
two ciuatrefoils, and another in base all counterchanged.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of
colours, a cockatrice per fesse indented crminois and
combed and wattled gules, gorged with a collar azure' ai
in the beak a quatrefoil slipped vert. Motto — "So run
that ve may obtain."

Sons of William Clinton Baker, Escj. , J. P., of Bayfonl-
bury, i. 1839; d. 1903; m. 1864, Edith Mildmay
Asburst, d. of Rev. Henry Lewis Magendic, Viair of
Great Dunmow : —

Henry William Clinton Baker, Esq., J. P. Herts., />.
1865. i!?j/<i/M— Roughton and High Toynton, Lines
Hyde Hall, nr. Buntingford, and AVa/— Bayfordbury
Herts.

lewis Clinton Baker, Gentleman, Commander R,
*. 1866. Pes.—

Osbert Clinton Baker, Esq., Capt. 2nd Roy. Irish Ri
*. 1869. Pes.—

Geoffrey Clinton Baker, Gentleman, 6. 1871. Pes.—

ADDISON FRANCIS BAKER-CRESSWELL, Geni
man. Born Nov 8, 1874, Ix-ing the eldest Son of the li
Oswin Cumming Baker- Cresswell, Esquire, of Cressw(
J. P., High Sheriff 1882, formerly Capt. 3rd Hussars, by
wife Emma Sophia Georgina (now Countess of Ravens-
worth), dau. of the Hon. Richard Denman of Westcrgale,
Sussex. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i. quarterly i]
and iiii. erminois, three torteaux two and one, each charged
with a squirrel sejant argent (for Cresswell) ; ii. and iii.
gules, a goat statant, armed and crined or, between thi
saltires of the last (for Baker) ; 2. the same arms of Ci
well ; 3. the same arms of Baker ; 4. azure, two chevro]
argent, between two garbs in chief or, and in base t
swords in saltire proper, pommels and hilts gold (for R
Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of
colours, a mount vert, thereon a torteau, charged as inti
arms (for Cresswell) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a g
head erased argent, armed and crined or, gorged with a
collar geniel and charged on the neck with a saltire gules
(for Baker). Motto — " Cressa ne careat." Seats— Cre:
well, Morpeth, Northumberland ; Harehope, Alnwi
Northumberland.



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GILFRID GEORGE BAKER-CRESSWELL, Esquii
J. P. for Worcestershire. Born 1848, being the second 9
of the late Oswin Addison Baker-Cresswell, Gentleman, by
his wife Anne Seymour Conway, eld. dau. of Sir William
Gordon-Cummiiig, Bart. , of Altyre. Clui — Junior United
Service. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i. quarterly i. and
iiii. erminois, three torteaux, two and one, each charged
with a squirrel sejant .irgent (for Cresswell) ; ii. and iii. gules,
a goat statant, armed and crined or, between three saltires of
the last (for Baker); 2. the same arms of Cresswell; 3. the
same arms of Baker ; 4. azure, two chevronels argent,
between two garbs in chief or, and in base two swords in
saltire proper, pommels and hilts gold (for Reed), and
impaling the arms of Cooper, namely vert, a fesse em-
battled or, between two pheons in chief and as many thij^ii
bones saltireways in base argent. Mantling gules and or.
Crests — I. on a wreath of the colours, a mount vert,
thereon a torteau, charged as in the arms (for Cresswell);
2. on a wreath of the colours, a goat's head erased argent,
armed and crined or, gorged with a collar geniel, and
charged on the neck with a saltire gules (for Baker). Motto
— "Cressa ne careat." Married, 1876, Alice Louisa,
youngest dau. of Sir Astley Paston Cooper, Bart. , of Gade-
bridge ; and has Issue — (i) Henry Gilfrid Baker-Cresswell,
Gentleman, born 1878 ; (2) Oswin Easterby Baker-Cresswell,
Gentleman, born 1882 ; and Alice Ida. Postal address— ^^2
Lower Sloane Street, London, S.W.

GEORGE BARRINGTON BAKER- WILBRAHAM,
Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, M.A. Born Jan. 26, 1845, being
the second son of the late Sir George Baker, 3rd Baronet,
by his first wife Mary Isabella, second dau. of Robert
Nassau Sutton, and assumed the additional surname and
arms of Wilbraham by Royal Licence, 1900. Livery —
Dark blue coat, blue and orange striped waistcoat, black



is the Military Cockade.



TBal



IBal



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rousers piped with orangR. Armorial beaxings— Quar-
erly i and 4, argent, threo bendlets wavy azure, and for
Jistinction a canton ermine (for Wilbraliam) ; 2 and 3,
per pale argent and or, on a saltire nebuly sable, five escal-
ilops of the first, on a chief of the third a lion passant of the
jsecond, and upon an escutcheon of pretence the same arms
'of Wilbraham without the mark of distinction. Mantling
lazure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
Iwolf s head erased argent, charged on the neck with a cross
jcrosslet azure for distinction (for Wilbraham) ; 2. on a
'wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embo«ed, vested azure,
(charged with three annulets interlaced or, cuffed argent,
holding in the hand proper an arrow of the last. Motto —
"In portii quies." Married, April 4, 1872, Katharine
Francis, only child and heir of the late Lieut. -Gen. Sir
{Richard Wilbraham, K.C B., of Rode Hall, co. Chester;
land has had Issue— {\) Wilbraham George Baker, Gentle-
tman, b. 1873, d. 1875 ; (2) Philip Wilbraham Baker-
I Wilbraham, Gentleman, b. Sept. 17, 1875 {m., Aug. 8, 1901,
Ijoyce, dau. of Sir John Kennaway, Bart., M.P., of Escot,
lottery St. Mary]; Katharine Mary [;«. , 1899, Rev. Piers
[John 'Benedict ffoulkes] ; Margaret Isabel; and Sybilla
I Frances. 5tfa/j-Rode Hall, Cheshire; Woodhouse, Up-
lyme, Devon. London, W. C/«3 -Athenaeum.

\ ROBERT ANSTRUTHER BALBIRNIE-VANCE,

! Esquire, J. P., of Balmerino. Born , being the son of

j Balbirnie, by Margaret his wife, dau. of John Vance

of Coagh, CO. Tyrone, and sister and co-h. of George
Washington Vance. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and
14, argent, on a bend gules, three mullets or, in the sinister
• chief point a cinquefoil of the second ; 2 and 3 vert, a fesse
[chequy argent and azure, between three cuirasses of the
1 second, on a chief indented of the last, a rose gules, between
, two buckles of the third. Mantling gules and argent.
; Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant or,
; gorged with a collar gules, and holding in the dexter paw a
I pair of balances proper, and charged on the shoulder with a
j cinquefoil of the second. Motto — ' ' Be faithful. "

WILLIAM JOHN ATKINSON BALDWIN, Esquire,
I Barrister-at-Law, County Alderman Lancashire County
[Council, J. P. for co. Palatine of Lancaster, and for
, CO. of Cumberland, Colonel (retired) 3rd Batt. Border




Regt. Bom Feb. 14, 1845, being the eldest son of Rev.
John Baldwin, Clerk in Holy Orders, J. P. co. Palatine
of Lancaster, Fellow of Christ's Coll., Cambridge, and
his wife Elizabeth, dau. and heiress of William Atkin-
son of Dalton. Livery — Navy blue, silver buttons,



drab overcoat, yellow and dark blue striped waist-
coat. Armorial bearings — Or, a chevron ermines, be-
tween two sprigs of oak in chief vert and an acorn in base
azure. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a squirrel sejant or, charged with a fesse azure,
holding in his paws a feather argent. Motto — "Vim vi
repello." Estates — Property in and about Dalton, Haw-
coat, and Newton. Residence — Dalton in Furness. Clnbs -
Carlton, Junior Carlton, Junior United Service.

BALDWYN, quartered by CHILDE-FREEMAN and
CHILDE-PEMBERTON.

BALFOUR, see PATERSON-BALFOUR-HAY.

BALFOUR, see TOWNELEY-BALFOUR.

BALFOUR, quartered by BETHUNE and BRUCE.

ARTHUR MACKINTOSH BALFOUR. Esq., Captain
Royal Regt. of Artillery, presently Adjutant in ihe Sussex
Artillery, East Division Royal Artillery. Born — — , being
the son of Lewis Balfour, Merchant, Calcutta. Armorial
bearings — Argent, on a chevron indented sable, between




a rose g^les in chief and a saltire azure in base, an otter's
head erased of the first within a bordure engrailed of the
third. Mantling sable doubled argent ; and upon a wreath
of his liveries is set for Crest, a dexter hand holding an
olive branch proper ; and, in an escroU over the same, this
Motto, " Adsit Deus." Postal address — Sussex Artillery,
Brighton.

SThk Right Honourable ARTHUR JAMES BAL-
FOUR, First Lord of the Treasury, a Member of
His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, Deputy-
Lieutenant for the county of East Lothian, Master of Arts
of the University of Cambridge, Fellow of the Royal Society,
Honorary Doctor of Laws of the Universities of Edinburgh,



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