DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Charles Buxton, Esq., M.P., 3rd son of ist baronet, b. 1822, d. 1871 : m. 1850, Emily Mary (now of 7, Grosvenor Crescent, W.), da. of Sir Henry Holland, ist baronet [see B. Knutsford] : Bertram Henry, 6. 1852 ; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. Residence, Foxwarren, Cobham, Surrey. Clubs, Oxford and Cambridge, City Liberal. Sydney Charles, M.P., b. 1853 ; ed. at Clifton Coll. ; was a member of London School Board 1876-82 ; appointed Under Sec. of State for the Colonies Aug. 1892 ; unsuccessfully contested Boston (L) 1880, Peterborough 1885, and Croydon 1886 ; sat as M.P. for Peterborough (L) 1883-5 : has sat for Poplar Div. of Tower Hamlets since 1886 : m. 1882, Constance Mary, who d. 1892, da. of Sir John Lubbock, 4th baronet, M.P., and has issue living, Charles Sydney, b. 1884, Kenneth Sydney, b. 1886, Phyllis Sydney, b. 1888. Resi- dences, 15, Eaton Place, S.W. ; Cromer, Norfolk. Clubs, Reform, National Liberal, Cosmopolitan. Eleanor Margaret : >. 1877, Cecil William Boyle, Esq. [see E. Cork, colls.]. Residence, Broghill, St. Mary's Road, Wimbledon. Mary Emma : in. 1887, Albert Osliff Rutson, Esq., who d. 1890, and has issue living, Margaret Albert, b. 1891. Residence, 74. Eaton Square, S.W. Richenda. Sybil de Gournay : m. 1887, George Stapylton Barnes, Esq. [see V. Chetwynd, colls.]. Residence, Fox Holm, Cobham, Surrey. The family of Buxton were seated for nearly three centuries at Coggeshall, Essex. The ist baronet, Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, M.P. for Weymouth (L) 1820-36, was distinguished for his exertions for the abolition of slavery and reform of the penal code. CALL, Creation 1791, of Whiteford, Cornwall Sir WILLIAM GEORGE MONTAGU CALL, 4th Baronet ; b. Feb. 6th, 1849 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM BERKELEY, 1864 ; ed. at Eton ; is a J.P. for Cornwall. ^rttts Gules, three trumpets fessewise in pale argent. Crtst A demi- lion rampant, holding a trumpet in his paw, as in the arms. Clubs Junior Carlton, Hurlingham, English (Homburg). Grata manu. With grateful liand. Sister living Blanche (Lady Falkiner): m. 1865, Sir Samuel Edmund Falkiner, 6th baronet. Residence, Aunt living (daughter of 2nd Baronet) Augusta (Lady Hornby) : >n. ist, 1838, Capt. George Dacres Paterson, gSth Regt. , who d. 1847 ; 2ndly, 1849, Adm. Sir (William) Windham Hornby, K.C.B. Residence, 6, Roland Houses, S.W. The ist baronet, Sir John Call, M.P., served in India with considerable reputation as a military engineer, and was subsequently a Commissioner to enquire into the state of the Crown Lands. The 3rd baronet was a special Warden of the Stannaries. CAMPBELL, Creation 1628, of Ardnamurchan, Argyllshire. Sir JOHN WILLIAM CAMPBELL, C.B., 8th Baronet ; b. March 3rd, 1836; s. his father, Sir JOHN, 1853; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad.. Woolwich; entered R.A. 1854, became Major 1872, Lieut.-Col.i88l, Col. 1885, and Maj.-Gen. (retired) 1886 ; served in Crimean campaign 1855 (medal vith clasp, and Sardi- nian and Turkish medals), throughout China campaign 1860 (medal with two clasps), and in Afghan war 1879-80 (medal with clasp); C.B. 1886: m. 1867, Catherine Syona Sophia, da. of the late W. W. Cavie, Esq., of Tamerton Folliot, Devon, and has issue.
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argent, a galley, her sails furled and oars in action sable ; 3rd, gyronny of eight or and sable ; 4th, or, afesse cheeky argent and azure. Crtst A swan. Club Navy and Military. Sons living JOHN BRUCE STUART, b. Jan. 3 rd, 1877. Another, b. 1886. Daughters living Lya Ethelle.^ Agnese Eleanor Mina. Mary Eva Beryl. Brothers living Loudoun Francis, b. 1842; ed. at Woolwich; formerly Lieut.-Col. 26th N.I., Madras. Frederic, b, 1843 ; formerly Lieut. R.A. : ?>t. 1869, Emilie Guillaumine, el. da. of the late Donald -Madame, Esq , of Lochbuie, Argyllshire, and has issue living, five sons and two daus. Duncan McNeil, b. 1846; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich; is Lieut.-Col. R.E. : m. 1870. Grace Hall. The ist baronet, Sir Donald, on Aug. 28th, 1643, resigned his dignity into the King's hands, for a new enfeoffment of it and the lands annexed, in favour of his nephew and heirs male. Upon the decease of Sir Donald, his nephew did not claim the title, neither did the three next succeeding heirs. About 1790, however, the next heir assumed to be Sir John Campbell, 6th baronet : and his son. Sir John, 7th baronet, was Lieut. -Gov. of St. Vincent's, 1845-53.