DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 1846; ed. at Eton, and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1869); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1871; has been Assist. -Sec. to Legislative Council of Bengal, Acting Administrator-Gen, of Bengal, and Sec. to Siamese Legation, Paris : m. 1877, Adelaide Catherine, da. of Roger Allday Kerrison, Esq., and has issue living, Orme Bigland, b. 1880, Mary Theodora. Residence, Stangrave, Godstone. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. William Alexander, b. 1848 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 18 ); is an Attorney-at-law : m. 1886, Helen, da. of the late G. R. Woodward, Esq. , of Kingswear, Dartmouth. Club, New University. Daughters living Rosa Helen: in. 1863, Col. William Garrow Waterfield, C.S.I., and has issue- living, Neville, b. 1865, Arthur Charles Malleson, b. 1866, Bertram Clarke, b. 1868, Marion Olivia, Dorothea Napier. Mary Anna: ;. 1865, Lawrence Harrison, Esq., and has issue living, Lawrence Alexander, b. 1866: in. 1890, Alma Gertrude Vansittart, da. of the Rev. Alfred Baker Strettell, V. of King's Langley, Herts, Leonard Frederick, b. 1868, Florence Maud. Residence, 68, Cadogan Square, S.W. Florence Lucy: m. 1867, Roger Kerrison, Esq., J. P., and has issue living, Roger Orme, b. 1873, Adelaide Rosa. Residence, Glevering Hall, Wickham Market. Emily Augusta. Alice Fanny. Brother living John, M.D., F.R.C.P., b. 1823 : ;. 1855, Helen, da. of H. Alexander, Esq. and ha* issue living, John, b. 185 . Residence, Sister living Elizabeth. Residence, The first baronet was Physician to Her Majesty Queen Adelaide. CLARKE, Creation 1882, of Rupertswood, Colony of Victoria . Sir WILLIAM JOHN CLARKE, LL.D., ist Baronet, el. son of the late William John Turner Clarke, Esq., of Fivehead, Somerset ; b. 1831 ; was engaged in sheep-farming in Tasmania 1850-60 ; has been for many years extensively engaged in pastoral pursuits in Victoria, and is a M.L.C. of that colony ; Hon. LL.D. Camb., 1886: m. ist, 1860, Mary, who d. 1871, 2nd da. of the Hon. John Walker, M.L.C. of Tasmania ; 2ndly, 1873, Janet Marian, da. of the late Peter Snodgrass, Esq., M.L.A. of Victoria, and has issue. Jkrtns Or, two bars azure between four escallop shells proper, three in chief and one in base ; two Haunches of the second. Crtst An arm embowed in armour holding in the hand an arrow proper, at the base and Signumquserensmyellere. ; n f ront thereof three escallop shells proper. Seeking the sign in the wool. Seat Rupertswood, Sunbury, Bourke co., Victoria. Sons living By 1st marriage RUPERT TURNER HAVELOCK, b. March :6th, 1865. Ernest Edward Dowling, R.N., b. 1869; became a Lieut. i89i._ By 2nd marriage Clive 3. Willia Snodgrass, b. 1873.' Hastings, b. 1880. Ham Lionel Russell, b. 1876. Francis Grenville, b. 1879. Reginald Daughters living By 1st marriage Alice Blanche: m. 1887, Chessborough Falconar John Macdonald, Esq., and has issue living, Claud Keith, b. 1889, William Ian Falconar, b. 1890. Residence, Wantabadgery, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. Ethel Maude. By 2nd mar- riage Mary Janet. Lily Vera Montague Douglas. Clarke-Jervoise, see Jervoise. Clarke-Travers, see Travers. CLAVERING, Creation 1661, of Axwell, Durham. Sir HENRY AUGUSTUS CLAVERING, ioth Baronet, son of the late Rawdon Clavering, Esq., R. E. ; b. Aug. 3Oth, 1824 ; s. his cousin, Sir WILLIAM ALOYSIUS, 1872 ; is a re- tired Capt. R.N. ; served on coast of Syria 1840 (medal) : m. 1853, Christina, da. of the late Andrew Alexander, Esq., LL.D., Professor of Greek in St. Andrew's Univ., and has issue. ^rms Quarterly, or and gules a bend sable. &st Out of a ducal coronet or, a demt-lion issuant azure. Seat Axwell' Park, Blaydon-on-Tyne, Durham. Service, Army and Navy. Clubs United Nil actuin si quid agendum. Eric William b. Daughters livt Ig Augusta Maria Valentine. Ivy Valerie : m. 1876, Henry Alexander Campbell, Esq. (formerly Lieut. R.H.A.), a J.P. for Kent, and Capt. E. Kent Yeo. Cav., and has issue living, Rawdon Clavering, b. 1877, Claude Henry, b. 1878, Gerald Victor, *. 1884, i, Harold George, b. 1888, Ivy Geraldine. Residences, Eastwell Park, Oeorge, Ashford ; 58, Prince's Gate, S.W. Geraldine Bertrade. The present baronet is the last male descendant of a family that traces its descent from Roger Clavering (son of the Baron Halton, Constable if Chester), who was made ist Baron Warkworth, by gift of King Henry II.
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