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detained as such until May, 1814 ; on 15th
June of which year he was advanced to the
rank of commander. In a severe gale off the
Cape of Good Hope, on the 23rd September,
1829, he had the misfortune to break his left
arm, besides sustaining other severe injuries,
by a fall on the deck at midnight. On the
occasion of his advancement to post-rank,
22nd July, 1830, he returned home, and did
not again go afloat. The admiral m. 20th
March, 1801, Mary Glanvill, of Catchfrench,
St. Germans, co. Cornwall, a lineal de-
scendant of Sir John Glanvill, of Broadhinton,
Wilts (where monumental tablets are erected
to the memory of himself and wife), grand-
father of John Glanvill, Esq. (d. 1735), whc



lived at Cheveaney, parish of Hillmarton,
"Wilts, and owned Barton and lands at Catch -
french, parish of St. Germans, co. Cornwall,
at which last-mentioned place the family now
resides. This John Glanvill was a kinsman
of the Edgecumbes, of Mount Edgecumbe,
and was, like many others in the family, a
barrister, as was also a Sir John Glanvil,
who was descended from Ramilph de Glanvil,
chief justice of England in the reign of
Henry II. Admiral Richard Pridham was
son of John Pridham, Esq. (who was b. in
1746, and was sometime mayor of Plymouth),

and grandson of Richard and Hannah Prid-
ham. Mr. Corney d. in 1870, having had by
his said wife (who was b. in 1809, and d. in
1873), the present Hon. Bolton Glanvill

Arms used— Per chev. erm. and sa., a chev.
e»gr. counterehanged ; impaling, erm., on a
chev. sa.,ihree gouttes d'or, on a canton az.,
a crescent or. Ctest — A demi wild-man
affroniee, tcreathed round the waist and
temples with leaves, and supporting a club
resting on the dexter shoulder.

Residence — Na Tua ni Yalo, Suva, Fiji.

Btbtr x>f fit jJfoSm

DEVER, HON. JAMES, of Chipman's-hill, Saint John, New Brunswick,
Dominion of Canada ; called to the Senate of the Dominion of
Canada, 14th March, 1868; b. at Ballyshannon, Ireland, 2nd May, 1825; pro-
ceeded to Canada with his father, and settled at St. John, New Brunswick,
where he eventually acquired an estate. He m. at St. John, N.B., 25th
November, 1853, Margaret, daughter of Daniel Morris, Esq. of Lancaster,
N.B., and has issue,

i. James Edmund, B.A. of the University of New Brunswick, and now

on the editorial staff of the Standard newspaper, Syracuse, State

of New York.
II. Thomas Lancaster.
I. Catherine Adelia, m. Alfred Delecour Ray, Esq., of Notting-hill,

London, England,
ii. Mary Caroline, m. Felix Charles Tracy, Esq., of Turin, Italy,
in. Margaret Eugenie, m. Thomas Francis Hughes, Esq., commissioner of

customs, China,
iv. Agnes Josephine.
v. Isabel Marie,
vi. Ada.
vn. Annie Gertrude.


Paul Eugene Dever, Esq., the great
grandfather of the present Hon. James
Dever, was an officer in the army, and was
concerned in the Irish troubles of his day.
He was drowned in the River Erne, near
Ballyshannon, and left an only child,

Paul Dever, Esq., who was educated for
the Church. He m. Miss McGowan, a niece
of Sir Anthony Cohen, of Higginstown, by
whom he had an only child,

James Dever, Esq. of Ballyshannon,
Ireland, who m., 1817, Catherine, daughter
of Daniel Gallagher, Esq. of Rusheen,
Ireland, by Margaret O'Donnel, of Tvr-
connel, his wife. He d. in 1851, having had
by her (who d. in 1870) six sons and two
daughters, of whom the present Hon. James
Dever is the only surviving son.

Residence — 5, Chipman's-hill, St. John,
New Brunswick, Dominion of Canada.

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BROAD, HIS HONOUR LOWTHER, of Ronaki, Nelson, New Zealand,
district judge, Nelson, and barrister-at-law, b, at Kensington, co.
Middlesex, England, 24th December, 1840, in. 3rd October, 1867, Isabella
Mary, second daughter of Henry Bunny, Esq., deputy superintendent and
provincial secretary for the Province of Wellington, and member of the New
Zealand parliament for Wairarapa, by Catharine, his wife, daughter of the
late William Baker, Esq. of Speen-hill, Newbury, co. Berks, England, and
has had issue,

I. Edmund Lowther, b. 27th October, 1870.

li. Charles Harrington, b. 5th October, 1872.

in. Edward William, b. 30th April, 1875.

iv. John Henry Chareyre, b. 5th August, 1877.

v. George Arthur, b. April, 1879.

VI. Francis Rupert, b. 5th December, 1883 ; d. 1886.

vii. Nowell, 6. 25th December, 1887.

i. Isobel Laura Mary, b. 23rd December, 1868.

n. Catharine Zita, b. 11th June, 1881.


The family of Broad, variously spelt
Brode, Broade, and Broad, became divided ;
one branch, it is believed, settled in Bute,
Scotland, and another in Cornwall, England.

Charles Broad, Esq. of Oaklands
House, Shepherd's Bush, London, m. Sara,
daughter of James Lowther, Esq., assistant
secretary of the General Post Office, and was
father of

Rey. John Broad, M.A., of Bancroft
House, Hitchin, co. Herts, who d. 1858. He
m. Eliza, daughter of John Brooker, Esq.,
and by her (who d. 1879) had issue,

Charles, m. Leonora, daughter of F.

Evelyn Liardet, Esq., and d. 1879,

leaving issue three sons and four

Lowther (His Honour), of Konaki,

Arthur, m. Mary, daughter of John

West, Esq.
Harrington, m. Zillah, daughter of P.

Broad, Esq. of Reigate, co. Surrey,

and has issue.
Alfred, rn. the daughter of H. Beale,

Esq. of Billericay, co. Essex.

Ernest, m. Bessie, daughter of P. Broad,
Esq. of Reigate, co. Surrey, and has

John, unm.

Clara, m. Richard Badger, Esq. of Stan-
ford, co. Bedford, and d. 1855, leaving
issue a son and a daughter.

Mary, m. R. Lush, Esq., and has issue.

Caroline, m. Gilbert Archer, Esq., and
has issue.

Emily, m. Francis Cooke, Esq. of Rich-
mond, co. York, and has issue, Frank
Herbert, b. 1863.

Jessie, m. W. H. Horton, Esq., and has

Alice Grace, m. H. Brownsmith, Esq.,
and has issue.

Lucdla, unm.

Arms used — Arg. a pale sa., in fexse three
lozenges counterchanged. Crest — A demi
savage, holding in the dexter hand three
arrows, and pointing with the sinister to
an imperial crown. Motto — Fortior leone

Residence — Ronaki, Nelson, New Zealand.

Cratoforto of jWtramar*

CRAWFORD, the late JAMES COUTTS, Esq. of Miramar, Wel-
lington, New Zealand, and formerly of Overton, co. Lanark, Scotland,
captain New Zealand Militia and 1st Lanark Militia, and sometime member


of the Legislative Council of New Zealand; b. 19th January, 1817; s. his
father in April, 1828 ; m., first, 28th November, 1843, Sophia, youngest
daughter of Admiral Sir James Whitley Deans-Dundas, G.C.B., of Barton
Court, co. Berks, and Aston Hall, co. Flint, sometime one of the Lords of the
Admiralty (by Janet, his first cousin, only daughter and heiress of Charles
Dundas, Lord Amesbury, by Ann, daughter and sole heir of Ralph Whitley,
Esq. of Aston Hall, co Flint), who was son of James Deans, Esq., M.D., of
Calcutta, by Janet, his wife, daughter of Thomas Dundas, Esq., M.P., of
Fingask, great grandson of Charles, sixth Earl of Lauderdale, and by her
(who d. 1852) had

I. James Dundas, b. November, 1850.

I. Janet, b. 8th September, 1844 ; on. John Armine Willis, Esq., barrister-

at-law and H.M. inspector of schools for Middlesex, and has issue
one son and four daughters.

He m., secondly, August, 1857, Jessie, only daughter of Alexander
McBarnet, Esq. of Torridon and Attadale, Ross-shire, Scotland, and by her
(who d. 1880) had,

II. Henry Duncan, b. 1859; m. a daughter of Colonel Pearce, of Wel-

in. Alexander Donald, b. 1862.
iv. Charles John, b. 1867.

Mr. Crawford was the representative of the family of Crawford, of
Monorgan, co. Perth, and Easter Seatoun, co. Forfar. He was educated at
the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth, where he obtained a gold medal ; sub-
sequently joined H.M.S. " Prince Regent," 120 guns, flagship of Rear-
Admiral Sir William Parker, in the Channel Fleet, and finally left the navy
in 1837, when a sub-lieutenant. In 1838 he emigrated to Sydney, New South
Wales, and the following year visited New Zealand ; landed again at Wel-
lington in 1846, after having been for some time a run-holder in Queensland ;
returned to England in 1850, and proceeded to Wellington again in 1857.
He was appointed a member of the Legislative Council of New Zealand in
1860, retaining his seat for seven years, and was for nearly fifteen years
resident magistrate and sheriff at Wellington, for a large portion of which
time he served on the council of the Philosophical Institute. In 1862
Mr. Crawford made a geological survey of the Province of Wellington. He
was a member of the Geological Society of London, and a corresponding
member of the Geological Societies of Edinburgh and Austria. In 1879
Mr. Crawford published his Recollections of Travel in New Zealand and
Australia, and he was a frequent contributor to The Transactions of the New
Zealand Institute. This gentleman, for saving life, was presented with the
Royal Humane Society's medal. In 1883 he sold the property of Overton,
near Strathaven, co. Lanark, which had been purchased by his father; and d.
in London, 8th April, 1889.


Henet Cbawfokd, Esq., merchant, bur-
gess of Dundee, Scotland, descended from
the Crawfords of Kilbirny, co. Ayr, bought

Easter Seatoun, co. Eorfar, in July, 1670,
and registered arms. He m. Elizabeth
Dunsmure, and d. July, 1684, leaving a son,



Henry Crawford, Esq. of Monorgan,
co. Perth, and of Easter Seatoun, m. Isabella,
daughter and co-heir (with her sisters Eliza-
beth, wife of Sir John Hay, of Murie, and
Margaret, wife of Thomas Milne, of Milne-
field) of Sir David Nevay, of Nevay, co.
Forfar, a senator of the College of Justice.
Their son,

Henry Crawford, Esq. of Monorgan,
sold Easter Seatoun 1715, inherited half the
barony of Nevay, in. Elizabeth, daughter and
heir of Mr. James Paton, of Scottson, minister
of Kettins, and had, with other issue,

I. Henry, his heir.

II. James, merchant in Dundee, in.
Helen, daughter of James Coutts,
Esq. of Hallgreen, co. Kincardine,
and had, with other issue,

James Coutts, of whom after.

Henry Crawford d. March, 1731. His eldest

Henry Crawford, Esq. of Monorgan,
m., first, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John
Elphinstone, of Logie, co. Aberdeen, Bart. ;
secondly, Helen, daughter of Dr. George
Murray, of Invergowrie, and had issue,

I. Henry, d. v.p.

ii. John, his heir.

in. Elliott, d. s.p.

iv. Thomas, d. s.p.

v. James, d. s.p.

XI. Charles, colonel in the army, d. 1837,
leaving one child, Mary, m. Major

I. Marion, m. David Jobson, Esq.

The second son,

John Crawford, Esq. of Monorgan,
merchant in London, sold the estates, and d.
in 1818, leaving one daughter, Eliza, who d.
1846. His cousin,

James Coutts Crawford, Esq. of Over-
ton, near Strathaven, co. Lanark, Captain
R.N., became heir male of the family, m.,
first, Ann, daughter and co-heir of Alex-
ander Duncan, Esq. of Restalrig, co. Edin-
burgh, and had »

Mary Simpson, m., about 1823, the Hon.
Sir Henry Duncan, C.B., K.C.H.,
Captain, R.N., and had a son, Adam,
who m. Miss Mackenzie, and had issue
Ada, now proprietor of Naughton,

He in., secondly, Jane, daughter of Ad-
miral John Inglis, of Redhall and Auchen-
dinny, near Edinburgh, and had by her (who
d. about 1822 or 1823),

James Coutts, late representative.
Anna, d. in South of France about

He m., thirdly, Helen, daughter of Dugald
Campbell, Esq. of Kildalloig, co. Argyll, and
d. in April, 1828.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gu., a
fesse wavy erm., between three mullets, arg.,
pierced az., for Crawford ; 2nd and 3rd,
sa. a chevalier on horseback, armed at all
points cap-a-pie, brandishing a scymitar
aloft arg., a bordure gu., for Nevay. Crest
— An increscent chequy arg. and az. Motto
— Fide et diligentia.

Residence (of the late James Coutts Craw-
ford, Esq.) — Miramar, Wellington, New

Clubs— Reform Club, Pall Mall, London
Caledonian United Service Club, Edinburgh
Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales
and the Wellington Club, Wellington, New

Bricjirt of 0atolcr antr SBtllastom

BRIGHT, HON. HENRY EDWARD, of Gawler and Willaston, South
Australia, member of the Legislative Council, was b. in London, 30th
June, 1819 ; educated at Felstead, Essex ; left England for South Australia in
1849 ; was returned to the parliament of that colony, 1865, for the district of
Stanley ; honorary commissioner of public works from 1873 to 1875 ; and in
1 884 was elected a member of the Legislative Council. Mr. Bright in. 15th
March, 1841, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, Jane Prudence, second
daughter of James King, Esq. of Oxford, and has issue,

I. Henry Edward, of Lama, South Australia, b. 16th March, 1843 ; in.
29th December, 1863, Harriet, fourth daughter of R. E. Garrood, Esq.
of Chelmsford, Essex, England, and has issue,

1. El my Harold.

2. Henry Garrood.

3. Frederic King.

4. Leslie.



1. Sophy.

2. Laura.

Mr. H. E. Bright, jun., held the office of mayor of Gawler for two
n. Thomas Robert, of Clare, district of Stanley, South Australia, a
practitioner of the supreme court of South Australia ; filled the office
of mayor of Clare for one year; b. 15th March, 1852; m. 26th May,
1874, Jane, second daughter of William Rogers, Esq., J. P., of
Sandergrove, South Australia, and has issue,

1. William Stuart.

2. Percy Douglas.
1. Marion Bessie.


It is believed that the ancestors of this
family resided in Wales. The Hon. Henry
Edward Bright's grandfather was b. at Fel-
stead, Bury, Essex, England ; m. Mary,
daughter of Edward Livermore, Esq. of
Barnston Hall, near Dunrnow, co. Essex, and
d. January, 1822, at Great Walt-ham, co.
Essex, and was buried at Felstead, leaving, with
other issue (who resided at Great Waltham,
Essex, all having been born there), a son,

Edward Bright, Esq., whom, in London,
Mary Ann Smith, and d. there, 31st May,
1823, leaving a son, the present Hon. Henry
Edward Bright.

Crest used — A sun in splendour issuing
out of clouds. Motto — In arduis fortitudo.

Residences — Gawler and Willaston, South

Baltitom oi Dunctiim


all unm.

BALDWIN, CAPTAIN WILLIAM, of Chingford, Dunedin, New Zealand,
honorary resident magistrate for that colony, and visiting justice for the
Dunedin gaol; b. 9th November, 1838; m. 4th August, 1863, Janet Curling,
daughter of the late Hon. Andrew Buchanan, of Dunedin, and has issue,

I. Godfrey Buchanan. -

II. Percy.
in. Gerald,
iv. Vawdrey.

I. Fanny Emma, m. 1883, the Hon. Edmund William Parker (who

was b. 2nd March, 1857), eighth son of the sixth and present Earl
of Macclesfield, and has issue,

1. Cyril Edmund, b. at Christchurch, New Zealand, 15th May,


2. Wilfred Henry, b. 1888.

1. Gwendoline Mary, b. 8th October, 1886.

II. Olave, unm.
in. Norah, unm.

Captain Baldwin was one of the discoverers of the New Zealand goldfields,
was afterwards a commissioner of goldfields, a member of the New Zealand
parliament, and a commissioner of the New Zealand Government Life




The first of this family who came to Ire-
land, or at least to the south of that kingdom,
were two brothers, who settled there in the
reign of Queen Elizabeth, the elder of
whom was ranger of one of the royal parts,
and m. to the daughter of Herbert of Powis,
a house ennobled under that title, and illus-
trious under those of Pembroke, Montgomery,
and Cherburg (see Burke's Extinct Peerage).
From this alliance the Christian name of
Herbert has been transmitted to the family,
which has also continued to quarter the arms
of Herbert with those of Baldwin. These

two brothers purchased property, and fixed
their residence in the vicinity of Bandon, in
the co. of Coi'k, the elder at Mossgrove, the
younger at Lisnagart. The father of Captain
William Baldwin, Henry Baldwin, Esq. of
Lissard, near Bandon, co. Cork, Ireland, J. P.,
m. Helena Williamson.

Crest used — Standing on a cross a dove,
holding in its beak an olive branch. Motto —
Sequere me est voluntas Dei.

Residence — Chingford, Dunedin, New

Bolrtis of i^>lmcp*

DODDS, HON. ALEXANDER, of Merrenburn, North Shore, Sydney,
New South Wales, member of the Legislative Council of New South
Wales, b. 2nd April, 1814; m. 25th December, 1850, Mary, daughter of
Peter Dickson, Esq., by Eleanor, his wife, and has issue,

I. Alexander James, b. 2nd February, 1853.

II. Frederic, b. 9th November, 1854.

in. William Gordon, b. 26th April, 18561
I. Christina.


James Dodds, Esq., m. 1760, Helen Grey,
and had a son,

James Dodds, Esq. of Heiton, Eoxburgh-
shire, Scotland, who m. 2nd January, 1797.
Helen, his wife, who survived him, d. 26th
July, 1858. He d. 1st February, 1814,
having had issue,

I. John.

ii. James.

in. Archibald.

IT. Alexander (Hon.), now of Merren-
I. Helen.
ii. Margaret.
in. Agnes.

Crest used — A wheatsheaf. Motto — Semper

Residence — Merrenburn, North Shore,
Sydney, New South Wales.

JBabis of 3&ctrcastle*

DAVIS, CHARLES PERCY, Esq. of Mount Camel, Redcastle, Victoria,
J. P., b. 17th November, 1841; m. 1st August, 1866, Elizabeth Inglis,
daughter of Andrew Russell, Esq., late member of the Legislative Council of
Victoria, and has had issue,

I. Ernest Degraves, b. 30th August, 1867.

ii. Charles Lukin, b. 6th May, 1876.

i. Violet Gwendoline, b. 8th December, 1869.

ii. Gladys Georgina, 6. 14th October, 1878 ; d. 15th October, 1879.


James Davis, Esq. of Woodside, Gipps
Land, Victoria, m. 22nd April, 1837, Louisa
Frances Harrison, daughter of Peter Degraves,
Esq. of Cascades, Tasmania, and had a son,

Charles Percy, now of Mount Camel,
Crest used — A demi lion ramp. Motto —
In spice.



Residence — Mount Camel, Redcastle, Vic-

Clubs — Conservative, St. James's, London,

S.W. ; Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria ;
Warrigal, Sydney, N.S.W.

Bra&ant of &U jtoim'**

Wanganui, New Zealand, resident magistrate at Wanganui, and judge
of the Native Land Court of New Zealand; b. in Curzon-street, Mayfair,
London, 19th. March, 1838 ; m. in 1863, and has issue.


Robert Herbert Brabant, Esq., M.D.,
of Devizes, Wilts, and afterwards of Bath,
co. Somerset, m. Elizabeth, daughter of
William Hughes, Esq. of Devizes, Wilts,
banker, and was father of

William Hughes Brabant, Esq. of
Cannon Hall, Hampstead, co. Middlesex, and
Savile-place, London, solicitor, who m. 1836,
Emillia, daughter of Richard Stainforth,
Esq. of Clapham, co. Surrey, and d. at
Sloperton, near Bromham, Wilts (where he
resided the last few years of his life), loth
May, 1867, having, by his said wife (who d.
at Bath, co. Somerset, England, 11th April,
1884), had issue,

i. Herbert William (His Honour),
of St. John's, Wanganui.

II. Henry Stainforth, of Tauranga, New

III. Arthur Baring, of Hanover.

iv. William Frederick, of Hilldene,
Harrow-on-the-Hill, co. Middlesex,
and of 7, Savile-place, Conduit-street,
London, solicitor, of the firm of

Capron, Daltons, Hitchins, and Bra-
bant, b. 19th February, 1848 ; m. 10th
April, 1869, Amelia Sarah, daughter
of Captain James Thomas Gordon, of
the 15th Bengal Native Infantry, and
has, with four other children, Cordon
William, midshipman, R.N. ,6. March,
1872, and Ethel Murdoch, b. 1870.

v. Thomas Hughes, L.R.C.P. London,
of the firm of Evans and Brabant,
surgeons, 35, St. George's-road, Lon-

vi. Frederick Awdry, of 12, Gray's Inn-
square, London, solicitor.

VII. George Whitmore, of 1, New-square,
Lincoln's Inn, London, barrister-at-
law of Lincoln's Inn.

I. Emily Georgiana, unm.

ii. Harriet Maria, unm.

Arms used — Arg., on a f esse, humettee, gu.,
three leopards' faces or. Crest — A falcon,
close. Mctto — Dum spiro spero.

Residence — St. John's, Wanganui, New


Child-Villiers, P.O., G.C.M.G.), Viscount Villiers, of Dartford, and
Baron Villiers, of Hoo, co. Kent, in England ; Viscount Grandison, of
Limerick, in the co. of Leitrim, in Ireland, governor and commander-in-chief
of New Soutli Wales, lord lieutenant and custos rotulorum (from 1887), and
vice-chairman of quarter sessions (from 1878), for Oxfordshire, J. P. and D.L.
co. Warwick, and J.P., cos. Oxford, Middlesex, and Glamorgan, a lord-in-
waiting to the Queen, 1875 to 1877, and paymaster-general, 1889 to 1890,
when he was appointed governor of New South Wales ; b. 20th March, 1845 ;
educated at Eton and at Balliol College, Oxford ; m. 19th September, 1872,
Hon. Margaret Elizabeth Leigh, eldest daughter of second Lord Leigh, and
has had issue,

i. George Henry Robert Child, Viscount Villiers, b. 2nd June, 1873.
u. Arthur George Child, b. 21th November, 1883.


i. Margaret Child, b. and d. 24th April, 1874.
n. Margaret Child, b. 8th October, 1875.
in. Mary Julia Child, b. 26th May, 1877.
iv. Beatrice Child, b. 12th October, 1880.


The Eight Hon. George Augustus
Frederic, 6th Earl of Jersey (for whose
descent see Burke's Peerage), was b. 4th April,
1808; m. 12th July, 1841, Julia, eldest
daughter of the Eight Hon. Sir Eobert Peel,
second baronet, and by her (who m. secondly,
12th September, 1865, Charles Brandling, Esq.
of Middleton Hall, co. York) had issue,

i. Victor Albert George, 7th earl,
governor of New South Wales.

ii. Eobert Frederick, late captain Scots
Guards, b. 1st March, 1847.

in. Edward Eeginald Clement, b. 18th
June, 1849.

I. Julia Sarah Alice, b. 1842 ; in. 3rd
September, 1861, to Sir George Orby
Wombwell, fourth baronet, of New-
burgh Priory, Easingwold, Yorkshire,
and has had issue,

1. George, Lieutenant King's Own
Bine Corps, b. 1st November,
1865 ; d. 16th January, 1889, at
Meerut, India.

2. Stephen Frederick, b. 19th Feb-
ruary, 1867.

1. Julia Georgiana Sarah, m. 29th
August, 1882, Vesey, Lord Cre-
morne, eldest son of Eichard,
Earl of Dartrey, K.P.

2. Mabel Caroline.

3. Cecilia Clementina, m. 28th July,
1890, W. Graham Menzies, Esq.
of Hallyburton, Forfarshire.

ii. Caroline Anne, b. 1843 ; m. 4th April,
1872, William Henry Phillips Jenkins,
Esq. of Upton House, Banbury, co.
Oxford, and has issue,

1. William Eeginald Haldane, b.

1. Caroline Julia Georgiana.

2. Evelyn Anne.

His lordship, who had been M.P. for Honiton,
Weymouth, and Cirencester, d. 24th October,

Creations — Viscount Grandison, 3rd Janu-
ary, 1620, in the peerage of Ireland ; baron
and viscount, 20th March, 1691 ; earl, 24th
September, 1697, in the peerage of Eng-

Arms — Quarterly ; 1st and 4th, arg., on a
cross, gu., five escallops, or, for Villiers ;
2nd and 3rd, gu., a chevron, engrailed, erm.,
between three eaglets close, arg., ducally
gorged, or, and in the chief point for distinc-
tion an escallop, gold, for Child. Crests —
1st, Villiers, a lion ramp., arg., ducally
crowned, or ; 2nd, Child, on a rock, ppr., an
eagle rising, arg., ducally gorged, or, holding
in the beak an adder, ppr., and charged on
the breast for distinction with an ermine spot.
Supporters — Two lions, arg., ducally crowned,
or, each gorged with a plain collar, gu.,
charged with three escallops, of the second.
Motto — Fidei coticula crux.

Official Residence — Government House,
Sydney, New South Wales.

Seats — Middleton Park, Bicester, co. Ox-
ford ; and Osterley Park, Isleworth, co. Middle-

Town Residence — 3, Great Stanhope-street,

Clubs (in London) — Carlton ; Junior Carl-
ton ; St. Stephen's.

>tanlmlrcjc oi Saplcsfortr anlr Clare*

Victoria, and of Clare, New South Wales, member of the Legislative
Council of Victoria, first elected, 15th December, 1881, re-elected 9th
September, 1886 ; and life fellow of the Anthropological Society of London ;
b. at Astley, near Coventry, co. Warwick, England, 1st December, 1816 ;
arrived in the colony of Victoria in 1841 ; m. Florence, younger daughter of
the late Richard Colles, Esq. of Castlemaine, Victoria, and has issue, a

Florence Colles, b. at Daylesford, Victoria, 1st August, 1878.


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