DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. RICHARDSON-BUNBURY, Creation 1787, of Castle Hill, co. Tyrone. Rev. ,S/> JOHN RICHARDSON-BUNBURY, 3rd Baronet; b. Oct. loth, 1813 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES, 1851 ; ed. at Oxford Univ. : ;. 1838, Maria, who d. 1888, da. of William Ancketill, Esq., of Ancketill Grove, Monaghan, and has issue. .Srms Quarterly: ist and 4th, ermine, a chess-rook between two leopards' faces in bend between two bendlets sable, Bunbury ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, on a fesse argent between an ancient ship the sails furled in chief, and in base a saltire, a bull's head couped or, Richardson. Crests ist, in front of a tree proper on a mount vert a leopard's head, paly of six argent and sable, transfixed by two arrows in saltire also proper ; 2nd, a lion rampant ermine, in the mouth a trefoil slipped vert, between the fore-paws a torteaux charged with a cross-crosslet or. Residence 10, Catherine Place, Bath. Virtus paret robur. Virtueappearslikeanoak. Daughters living-Matilda Anne : ,,i. 1870, George Charles Bracken- ridge, Esq., who d. 1870, and has issue living. Upton Percival, b. 1872. Olivia Emma: m. 1891, Lieut. -Col. George Atherley William Forrest, Recruiting Staff Officer at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and has issue living, Evelyn Arthur Atherley, b. 1892. Sisters livingDiana. Emily. Grandchildren living Issue of the late Mervyn Matthew Richardson-Bunbury, Esq., son of 3rd baronet, b. 1841, d. 1889 : tit. 1868, Eliza Mary (now of 15, St. Mary's Terrace, Paddington Green, WA da. of William Thorn, Esq., M.D.) : FREDERIC HERBERT, M.K.C.P.S.L., 6. Jan. 22nd, 1870; is a Veterinary Surgeon, of 15, St. Mary's Terrace, Paddington Green, W. Mervyn William, b. 1874. Irene Kate Matilda, b. 1871. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late William Richardson-Bunbury, Esq., 2nd son of 2nd baronet, b. 1817, d. 18 : m. 1857 :- Several sons and daus., who are resident in Australia. This family was originally Scotch : they became possessed of the Castle of Augher, in Tyrone, by the marriage of Archibald Richardson with the da. of Sir James Erskine. Sir James, the 2nd baronet in 1822, assumed his aunt's name of Bunbury. BURDETT, Creation 1618-19, of Bramcote, Warwickshire. Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, 8th Baronet ; b. July 5th, 1869 ; s. his father, Lieut. -Col. Sir FRANCIS, 1892 ; ed. at Eton ; is Lieut. 8th Hussars. Itatron of $u gibings Dalby Magna V., Kirby Bellars V., Leicester- shire; Avington R. , Berkshire ; Foremark D. , Derbyshire ; Seckington R., and, with Inge, Esq., Newton Regis R., co. Warwick. ^rms Azure, two bars or each charged with three martlets gules. Crest A lion's head erased sable, langued gules. Seats Ramsbury Manor, Wiltshire ; Kirby Bellars, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire ; Foremark Hall, Derbyshire. Clubs Isthmian, Wel- lington. Cleve fast. Sisters living Georgiana Maie : m. 1891, George Anson Byron, Esq. [see B. Byron"]. Residence, Farnsfield Hall, Southwell, Notts.- Maud Clara Frances. Half-Sister living Clara Constance : in. 1874, Robert Alexander Houstoun, Esq., who d. 1879, of Clerkington, Haddington, N.B. Residence, d, Chesham Place, S.W. Aunt living Emily : jit. 1845, Col. Eugene Adolphe Boutmy, who d. 1880, of the Belgian Service, and has issue living, Valerie Emily: in. 1875, Mons. Eugene Delettrez, and has issue living, Martha, Alice Sophia Amy : in. 1874, Dr. John Seymour Batten, who d. 1886, and has issue living, Seymour Willoughby Gerard Burdett b. 1876. Residence, Brighton. Daughters living Of 5th Baronet Clara Maria MONEY-COUTTS ; assumed by royal license in 1880, for herself and son, the additional surname of Coutts : m. 1850, the Rev. James Drummond Money, who d. 1875, and has issue living, Francis Burdett Thomas (of Walsingham House, Piccadilly, S.W. Club, Carlton), b. 1852; M.A. and LL.M. Camb. ; Bar. Inner Temple 1879: >. 1875, Edith Ellen, da. of Charles Churchill, Esq., of Weybridge Park, Surrey, and has issue living, Hugh Burdett b. 1876, Clara Burdett, Eleanora Burdett, Joan Burdett, Margaret Burdett. Residence, Stodham Park, Liss, Hants. Angela Georgina (Baroness Biirdett-Contts), b. 1814 ; assumed in 1837 the additional surname and arms of Coutts under the will of the Duchess of St. Albans ; created a Peeress 1871 : m. 1881, William Lehman Ashmead Burdett-Coutts. Esq., M.P. Residences, i, Stratton Street, W. ; Holly Lodge, Highgate, N. Widow living Of 7th Baronet MARY DOROTHY (Lady Burdett); da. of the late John Smith, Esq., of Cleatlam, co. Durham : m. 1867, as his 2nd wife, Sir Francis Burdett, 7th baronet, who d. 1892. Residence, Ramsbury Manor, Hungerford.
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