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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Issue of the late Rev. Peyton Blakiston, M.D., F.R.S., 6th son of 2nd baronet, (>. 1801, d. 1878 : in. 1825, Frances, who d. 1858, da. of John Folliott Powell, Esq. : John Richard, b. 1829; one of H.M.'s Chief Inspectors of Schools: in. 1857, Marie, da. of Pierre Simon, M.D., F.R.S., and has issue living, Ralph (of 5, Midland Terrace, Waterloo, Liverpool), 6. 1861 : m. 1889, Nellie, da. of the late Rev. R. Walker, V. of Wymeswold, and has issue living, Robert Ralph Christian 6. 1890, Anna Marie b. 1892, Aubcey, b. 1862 : ;. 1881, Lelia Emily, da. of Edmund Harris, Esq., of Rugby, and has issue living, Alianore Lelia Marie, Violet, Dorothy Clare, Clarence, b. 1864 : m. 1888, Clementine, da. of JL Lindsay ,_ Esq., _of Glasgow, Maud Douelas : in. 1882, George Richard Green, Esq., M.R.C 1 has issue living, Rev. Herbert Edward Douglas, b. 1862 ; is a Fellow and Tutor of Trin. Coll., Oxford,- -John Lionel, b. 1867, Emily Maud Louisa, Mabel Frances. Residence, East Grinstead Vicarage, Sussex. Matthew Folliott, b. 1835 ; admitted a Solicitor 1858 ; is Clerk of the Peace for Staffordshire : m. ist, 1858, Elizabeth, who d. 1868, da. of the late John Mason, Esq., of Lymington ; 2ndly, 1885, Charlotte Augusta, widow of Isaac Spooner, Esq., Stipendiary Magis- trate for S. Staffordshire, and has issue living, Rochfort Folliott, b. 1860 ; ed. at Oriel Coll., Oxford, Matthew, b. 1867, Mary. Residence, Rowley Park, Stafford. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Peyton Blakiston (ante) : Issue of the late Peyton Blakiston, Esq., Com. R.N., b. 1831, d. 1865 : m. 1862, Annie (now of 9, Sussex Villas. Kensington, W.), da. of the late William Ford Bally, Esq., M.D., F.R.S., of Bath: ' William Graham, b. 1863 ; admitted a Solicitor 1888. Chambers, 65, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. Evelyn Frances. This is a branch of the family of Blakistor,, of Blakiston, co. of Durham, in which two baronetcies were confened in 1615 and 1642, expiring respectively in 1619 and 1713. The ist baronet of the present creation was Sheriff of London 1753, an< l Lord Mayor 1760. BLANE, Creation 1812, of Blanefield, Ayrshire. Sir SEYMOUR JOHN BLANE, C.B., 3rd Baronet ; b. Feb. ist, 1833; s. his father. Luut.-Col. Sir HUGH SEYMOUR, 1869; ed. at Eton; entered Army 1850, became Major 1858, Lieut. -Col. 1861, Col. 1869, Maj.-Gen. 1879, and retired Lieut. - Gen. 1881 ; is Maj.-Gen. Reserve of Officers ; served in Crimean campaign 1854-5 (wounded, medal with three clasps, Turkish and Sardinian medals, and 5th class Medjidie), and as Brig.-Maj. to Sir Neville Chamberlain, and Gen. Nicholson, in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857 (medal with clasp) ; was A.D.C. to Earl Canning, and Mil. Sec. to Earl of Elgin, Baron Lawrence, and Earl of Mayo, Viceroys of India. >rms Argent, on a fesse sable a mullet between two crescents of the Paritur pax bello field, in base a rose gules, in the centre chief point (being an augmentation granted by George IV.) an anchor erect entwined by a serpent proper. Crtst Peace is obtained by war. _ A sword erect properi pommel and hilt or. Residence 34, Duke Street, St. James's, S. W. Clubs White's, Guards', Marlborough, Garrick, Turf. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Capt. Arthur Rodney Blane, R. N., 2nd son of 2nd baronet, b. 1834, d. 1890 : tit. 1878, Mary Georgina (now of 56, St. George's Square, S.W.), da. of J. Pitcairn Campbell, Esq., of Burton Hall, Cheshire : CHARLES RODNEY, b. Oct. 2 8lh, 1879. James Pitcairn, b. 1883. Mary Louisa. Hugh Seymour. The immediate ancestor of this family was Thomas Blane, Esq., of Girvan, who died in 1620 possessed of large estates. The ist baronet was a Physician in Ordinary to their Majesties George III., George IV., and William IV. BLENNERHASSETT, Creation 1809, of Blennerville, co. Kerry. Sir ROWLAND BLENNERHASSETT, 4th Baronet ; b. Sept. 5rh, 1839; s. his father, Sir ARTHUR, 1849; ed. at Stonyhurst Coll., and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; sat as M.P. for Galway (Z) 1865-74, and for co. Kerry 1880-5, when he un- successfully contested Harbour Div. of Dublin ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Kerry (High Sheriff 1866), and Inspector of Reformatory and Industrial Schs. (Ireland) : M. 1870, the Countess Charlotte de Leyden, only da. of the Count and Countess de Leyden, and has issue. rms- Gules, a chevron ermine between three dolphins embowed argent. Crist A wolf sejant proper. Seat Blennerville, Tralee. Clubs Stafford, Brooks's, St. James's, Athenaeum. Fortes fortuna juvat. Fortune helps the brave. g ons Uving-ARTHUR CHARLES BERNARD, b. April i 4 th, 1871. Rowland Lewis William Paul, b. 1882.