DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 3 1 Sons living Of 1st Baronet John, F.K.S., F.S.A., b. 1808 ; formerly Keeper of the Records ot the Admiralty, and Lieut. -Col. 5th Vol. Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own); took a leading part in promoting search for Sir John Franklin, and was presented by many of the officers engaged therein, with a handsome silver testimonial (representing on a globe discoveries within the Arctic Circle) ; author of ' Life of Sir Francis Drake, and Naval Worthies of Queen Elizabeth's Reign," "Travels in North of Europe," "A Voyage to Iceland," " Expeditions on the Glaciers, including ascents of Mont Blanc (by the Ancien Passage), Monte Rosa, and Col. du Geant," " Mountain Ascents in Westmoreland and Cumberland," etc. Residences, 17, Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. ; Kingham, Oxfordshire. Clubs, Athenaeum, Alpine. Peter, b. 1813 ; was Vice- Consul at Caen 1845-57, and at Morocco 1857-62, when he was appointed Consul at Nantes, transferred to Kertch 1866 ; represented Turkish interests at Kertch during the war 1877 : retired 1880; performed Consular duties at Caen 1885 pending appointment of a Vice-Consul: m. 1846, Esther Maria, who d. 1881, da. of Col. Pierre Hypolite Alexandre Lepetit de Courville. Residences, Venoix, near Caen, Normandy ; a Ouistreham, Calvados. France. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet- ROSAMOND HESTER ELIZABKTH (Lady Barrow), da. of the late William Pennell. Esq.. Consul-Gen, in Brazil, and adopted da. of the late Right Hon. John Wilson Croker : in. 1832, Sir George Barrow, 2nd baronet, who d, 1876. Residence, Ulverston Cottage, East Molesey, Surrey. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. George Staunton Barrow, M.A., R. of Stowmarket, and son of 2nd baronet, b. 1834, d. 1884: m. 1864, Florence Mary (now of Stow Thorna, The Park, East Molesey), da. of John Nicholles, Esq. : Annie Reta : in. i3.j2, Frederick J. Banister, Esq. Ida Florence. Gillian Mary. Rosamond Nony. Evelyn Marguerite. The ist baronet, Sir John Barrow, for many years Secretary to the Admiralty, was highly dis- tinguished as an author, a traveller, and a meritorious public servant, to whose memory a monumental tower, loo feet high, was erected by public subscription on the Hoad Hill, Ulverston. The 2nd baronet was Chief Clerk, at the Colonial Office, and Secretary and Registrar of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, of which he was a Companion. BARTTELOT, Creation 1875, of Stopham, Sussex. Right Hon. Sir WALTER BARTTELOT BARTTELOT, P.C., C.B., M.P., ikBaronet, el. son of the late George Barttelot. Esq., of Stopham House, Pulborough ; b. Oct. loth, 1820 ; ed. at Rugby ; formerly Capt. 1st Royal Dragoons; is a J.P. and a D. L. for Sussex, a County Councillor for W. Div. of Sussex, Pulborough Div., and Hon. Col. 2nd Vol. Batn. Royal Sussex Regt. ; sat as M.P. for W. Sussex (C) 1860-85, since when he has sat for N.W., or Horsham, Div. of Sussex ; P.C. 1892 : m. ist, 1852, Harriet, who d. 1863, da. of Sir Christopher Musgrave, 9th Baronet ; 2ndly, 1868, Margaret, da. of the late Henry Boldero, Esq., of South Lodge, St. Leonard's Forest, Sussex, and has issue by ist marriage. Mature. JJntnm of nt gibing Stopham R., Sussex. arms Quarterly of nine : ist, sable, three sinister gloves pendent argent tasselled or, Barttelot ; "V - . . , i __ i _ _ - _i ] r*j . 1 1. three plates, Camay s ; 7th, argent, three hawks' heads erased, Walton ; 8th, argent, an eagle with two heads displayed sable, Syfteston ; 9th, argent, a unicorn's head erased gules, on a chief wavy azure three lozenges or, Smyth. Crests ist, a swan couchant, wings endorsed, argent ; 2nd, a castle, with three turrets, sable. SeatStopha.m, near Pulborough. Clubs Junior United Service, Carlton. Son living WALTER GEORGE, b. April nth, 1855 ; ed. at Eton : is a J.P. and D.L. for Sussex, a J.P. for Devon, a County Councillor for W. Div. of Sussex, Fittleworth Div., and Capt. and Hon. Major 2nd Vol. Batn. Roy. Sussex Regt. ; formerly Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards and ist Devon Yeo. Cav. ; unsuccessfully contested N., or Biggleswade, Div. of Bedfordshire (C) 1885, and S., or Luton Div. of Bedfordshire 1886 : ;. 1879, Georgiana Mary, only da. of the late George Edmond Bal- four, Esq., of the Manor, Sidmouth, and has issue living, Walter Balfour, b. 1880, Nigel Kenneth Walter, b. 1883, Irene Margaret Mary. Residence, Brookdean, Pulborough. Clubs, Carlton, Junior United Service, Cavalry. Daughters living Edith Harriet: m. 1884, Major Henry Crichton Sclater, R.A., D.A.A.G., Dublin. Evelyn Fanny : m. 1883, Charles Munro Sandham, Esq., and has issue living, Charles Barttelot, b. 1887, Edith Mary Georgina, Ada Margaret. Residence, Rowdell, Pulborough. Ada Mary : m. 1882, Col. William Frederick Cavaje, A.A.G., S. Dist. This baronet's ancestor came to England with William the Conqueror, and his family has been seated at Stopham since the Conquest.
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