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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. CLAY, Creation 1841, of Fulwell Lodge, Middlesex. Sir ARTHUR TEMPLE FELIX CLAY, 4th Baronet ; b. Dec. gth, 1842 ; s. his brother, Lieut.-Col. Sir GEORGE. 1878 ; ed. at Trin. Coll.. Camb. (B.A. 1865) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1867 ; is a J.P. for Surrey : m. 1869, Margaret, da. of the late Arthur Kett Barclay, Esq., of Bury Hill, Dorking, and has issue. S^rms Argent, a chevron engrailed paly sable and or between three trefoils of the second. Crtst Two wings argent each charged with a chevron as in the arms between three trefoils slipped sable. Seats Burrows Lea, Gomshall, Surrey ; The Manor House, Buckland Newton, Dorset. Town Residence 19, Hyde Park Gate, S.W. Clubs New University, Savile. Per orbem. Sons living WILLIAM TEMPLE, A. June 2 6th, 1870.- Neville, b. ieorge Felix Throughout the -world. Sisters living Harriet : ;//. 1853, Tohn Morgan Edwardes Jones, Esq., and has issue living, George Morgan Edwardes (of n, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.), b. 1858 ; formerly Fellow of Pemb. Coll., Camb. ; Bar. Inner Temple 1883, Laura Harriet Edwardes, Fanny Mary Penrose. Residence, Loubcroy, Wimbledon Hill, Surrey. Mary : tn, 1851, Capt. Walrond Clarke, late roth Hussars, and has issue living, Edward Ashley Walrond {Club, St. James's), b. 1860 ; ed. at Radley ; is a Clerk in Foreign Office. Emma Georgiana Christina : m. ist, 1850, Lieut.-Col. Henry Wedderburn Gumming, who d. 1871 ; zndly, 1871, Horatio Mansfield, Esq., who d. 1887, Barrister-at-law, and has issue living (by ist mar- riage), Amelia Frances Wardlaw (Hon. Mrs. John V. Harris) : at. 1880, the Hon. John William Harris [see E. Malmesbury]. Residence, Woodlands Lodge, Totton, Hants. Laura Felicia Susan: tn. 1859, Capt. Walter M. Westropp-Dawson, late igth Regt., and has issue living, Frank Walter, b. 1859 ; formerly Lieut. 4th Batn. E. Surrey Regt., Arthur Temple, b. 1865, Horace Montiford, b. 1877, Laura Jane : ;. 1883, Edmund Charles Simeon, Esq., of The Lodge, Marston, Oxford [see Simeon, Bart.], Marian Elizabeth. Residence, Charlesfort, co. Wexford. Daughters living of 3rd Baronet By 1st marriage Lilian Caroline Georgina.. Rosalie Violet Marion. By 2nd marriage - Sybil Mary. Widows living Of 2nd and 3rd Baronets MARIANA EMILY (Lady Haliourton}, da. of Leo Schuster, Esq., of Roehampton, Surrey: . ist, 1855, Sir William Dickason Clay, 2nd baronet, who d. 1876 ; zndly, 1877, Sir Arthur Laurence flaliburton, K.C.B. Residence, 57, Lowndes Square, S.W. MARY CAROLINE (Lady Clay), da. of Sir John Walrond, ist baronet: in. ist 1876, as his 2nd wife, Sir George Clay, 3rd baronet, who d. 1878 ; 2ndly, 1881, Lieut.-Col. Walter Henry Holbech [see Armytage, Bart.]. Residence, Chalfont Lodge, Gerrard's Cross, Bucks. This family descends from the Clays of Crich, co. Derby. George Clay, of Cambridge, who married Elizabeth, daughter of Felix Calvert, of Ferneaux Pelham, in 1670, was great-grandfather of George Clay, born 1757, who for upwards of half a century was extensively engaged in London as a merchant and shipowner, and his son, William, created a baronet, was M.P. for the Tower Hamlets 1832-57, Secretary of the Board of Control 1839-41, and author of numerous works on Joint Stock Banking, Banks of Issue, the Currency, etc. CLAYTON, Creation 1731, of Marden Park, Surrey. Sir WILLIAM ROBERT CLAYTON, 6th Baronet, son of the late Capt. William Capel Clayton, el. son of 5th Baronet ; b. Aug. 3rd, 1842 ; s. his grandfather, Gen. Sir WILLIAM ROBERT, K.C.B., 1866; ed. at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (M.A. 1866) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for cos. Bucks (High Sheriff 1876), Carmarthen, Norfolk, and Surrey, and a Gov. of Christ's and St. Thomas's Hospitals ; formerly Capt. Bucks Militia : m. 1872, Aimee Gertrude, da. of the late Edward Mackenzie, Esq., of Fawley Court, Henley-on-Thames. Xrros Argent, a cross between four pellets sable. Crest A leopard's paw erased and erect argent grasping a pellet. tron& ,3^l0tlo " Virtus in actione consistit" (Virtue corsists in action). Quid leone fortius ? Seats Harleyford Manor. Great Marlow, Bucks; Marden Park, What is braver than the Surrey; Alte' Cadno, S. Wale,; White Hall, Watton. Norfolk. Toivn lion ? Residence 12, Seymour Street W. Clubs Carlton, Pratt's. Aunts living (daughters of sth Baronet) Alicia Charlotte : m. 1839, Capt. John Bishop-Culpeper (ijth Light Dragoons), who d. 1875, and has issue liviig, William Alleyne, b. 1844; Bar. Middle Temple 1867; formerly Dep. Stipendiary Magistrate for West Ham : tit. 1873, Ellen Cassandra, da. of Samuel Featherstonhaugh, Esq., John Collingwood, b. 1846; admitted a Solicitor 1872 : tit. 1872, Helen, da. of James Strachan, Esq., of London, and has issue living, Jessie Ada b. 1873, Charles Algernon Hearle (of 12, Heriot Row, Edinburgh. Clubs, Naval and Military, Xew, Caledonian United Service), b. 1849 ; formerly in gist Highlanders, and Capt. sth Brig. Scottish Div. R.A. : m. 1874, Elizabeth Morrison, da. of Tames Duncan, Esq. Caroline Margaret (Marchioness of Queen sherry): m. 1840, the 7th M irquess of Queensberry, who d. 1858. Resi- dence, Annan, N.B.