7 6 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. BROWNRIGG, Creation 1816. Sir HENRY MOORE BROWNRIGG, 3rd Baronet, 2nd son of the late Lieut. -Col. Robert James Brownrigg, el. son of ist Baronet; b. Oct. iyth, 1819; s. his brother, Sir ROBERT WILLIAM COLEHROKE, 1882; ed. at Eton; formerly an officer 52nd Regt. : m. 1863, Ada Cecilia Georgiana, da. of Sir John Hesketh Lethbridge, 3rd baronet, and has issue. ^rws Argent, a lion rampant-guardant sable, between three crescents gules, in the dexter fore-paw of the lion a sword proper, hilt or, thereon a serpent entwined vert; and for augmentation, on a chief embattled vert, a representation of the sceptre of the King of Kandy or, and of the banner of the said King, being giiles within a bordure with a ray of the sun issuing from each angle a lion passant holding a sword in saltire, the whole ensigned ' with a representation of the crown of Kandy. Crests ist, augmentation, a Virescat vulnere virtus demi-Kandian proper holding in the dexter hand a sword and in the sinister Valor strengthens from the crown of Kandy; 2nd, out of a mural crown or, a sword erect in pale a wound. proper, hilt or, thereon a serpent entwined vert. Reside;ice White Waltham, Maidenhead. Clubs Travellers', White's. Son living DOUGLAS EGREMONT ROBERT, R.N., b. July 2 5 th,!86 7; became Lieut. 1891. Daughters living Ada: m. 1892, M. Drury-Lavin, Esq., and has issue living, a son, b. 1892. K Residence, Heatherden, Iver Heath, Bucks Evelyn Beatrice : m. 1885, C. Morgan-Richardson, Esq., and has issue living, Charles Lethbridge Ernest, b. 1888, Evegn Gwenllian Cicely, b. 1886, May Rita Constance, b. 1892. Residence, Noyadd Wilym, Cardiganshire. Sister living Emma Lauia Annie. The ist baronet, Sir Robert, G.C. B., a Gen. in the Army, was Col. gth Foot. BRUCE, Creation 1629, of Stenhouse, Stirlingshire. We have been. ^lr WlLLIAM CUNINGHAM BRUCE, Qth Baronet, son of the late William Cuningham Bruce, Esq., 2nd son of Jth baronet; b. Sept. 1825; s. his uncle, Sir MICHAEL, 1862; formerly Capt. 74th Highlanders; is a D.L. of Stirlingshire; unsuccess- fully contested Stirlingshire (L) 1874 : m. 1850, Charlotte, who d. 1873, da. of the late Hon. Waller O'Grady, Q. C. [V. Guillamore], and has issue. JVrms A saltire and chief gules, in the dexter canton an escutcheon argent charged with a chief sable; impaling per pale gules and sable three lions passant counterchanged. Crest On a cap of dignity an arm from the shoulder couped fesseway holding a sceptre ensigned on the point with an open crown as that worn by Robert I. of Scotland. .Supporters Dexter, a knight in armour the vizor open and a plume of feathers in his helmet holding a sceptre in his right hand all proper; sinister, a lion rampant azure armed and langued gules, crowned with the crown of Robert I., and gorged with that of David II., chained with an antique chain or. Resilience Vyera, Ascot, Berks. Clubs Naval and Military, United Service, New, Kildare Street. Son living -WILLIAM WALLER, b. Sept. 27th, 1856: m. 1892, Angelo Mary, da. of the late Gen. George Selby, R. A. Residence, Mataganal, Lower California. Daughters living Grace Katherine Corinna Maria. Brother living Michael Robert, b. 1832; entered Bom. S.C. 1849, became Lieut. 1853, Capt. 1859, Major 1868, Lieut. -Col. 1875, and Col. and Major-Gen. 1880, when he retired; served with Persian Expeditionary Force 1857, present at bombardment and capture of Mohumra (medal with clasp):;. 1858, Lorina Mary Anne, who divorced him 1883, da. of the late Lieut.-Col. Geor Wilson [see Baroness Berners, colls.], and has issue living, Ronald Berners, b. 1863, Amy Eveleen. Rtsidettct, Sisters living Anne Harriet : m. ist, 1841, Capt. William Russell Simpson, who d. 1848; 2ndly, 1850, Baron Joseph Von Gerstein Hohenstein, who d. 1868, and has issue living (by ist marriage), George Bruce, b. 1842; formerly Col. Bom. S.C. Clifton Henry, b. 1847, (by 2nd marriage), Ernest, b. 1851; a Lieut. Prussian Grenadier Guards : in. 1880, the Baroness Anna Leonore Theodore 7 incke. Emma: m. ist, 1846, Major Edward Henry Simpson, , who d. 1861; 2ndly, 1862, Col. Robert Lewis Taylor, C.B., formerly of Bom. S.C., and has issue living (by ist marriage), ", Ada
Gay Street, Bath. Ada Catharine: m. 1865, James Waller O'Grady, Esq., formerly Lieut. R. N. [see V. Guillamore, colls.]. Residence, Ratht'redagh, Newcastle West, co. Limerick. Collateral Branches living. Grandsons of the late William Cuningham Bruce, Esq., 2nd son of 7th baronet : Issue of the late Capt. Arthur Neil Bruce, b. 1839, d. 1869 : /. 1863, Marian Katharine (who >n. 2ndly, 1876, Thomas Collett Sandars, Esq., of Queen Anue's Mansions, S.W.), da. of Surg.-Gen. John Murray, of 17, Westbourne Square, W. : Arthur Francis, b. 1863; is Lieut. I. S.C. Club, Naval and Military. William Cuningham, b. 1866.