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124 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. COLTHURST, Creation 1744, of Ardrum, Cork. Sir GEORGE ST. JOHN COLTHURST, 6th Baronet ; b. 1850; s. his father, Sir GEORGE CONWAY, 1878; ed. at Harrow; formerly an officer 43rd Regt. , and Lieut. N. Cork Militia ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Cork ; unsuccessfully con- tested Cork co. (C) 1879 : m. 1881, Edith Jane Thomazine, da. of the late Jonas Morris, Esq., of Dunkettle, and has issue. 3nns Argent, on a fesse azure between Aree colts courant sable, as many trefoils slipped or. ffrtst A colt statant sable. Seats Ardrum, Inniscarra, co. Cork; Blarney Castle, co. Cork ; Bally- vourny, Macroom. Clubs Carlton, Naval and Military, Bachelors'. Sons Living GEORGE OLIVER, b. Aug. 2 4 th, 1882. - Richard Justum et tenacem. St. John Jefferyes, b. 1887. Just and firm of purpose- Daughter living Edith Dorothy. Sisters living Emily Jane. - Anne Cape. - Louisa Julia: m. 1878, Samuel Bruce, Esq., and has issue living, George James, b. 1880, Robert William Vesey, b. 1882, Alexander Patrick, b. 1888, May Emily, Norah Alice and Annette Edith (twins). Residence, Norton Hall, Campden, Gloucestershire. Alice Conway : ;. 1891, Francis Pym, Esq. [see Palmer, Bart., cr. 1660, colls.]. Residence, Caesar's Camp, Sandy, Beds. Uncle living (son of 4th Baronet^David la Touche, b. 1828 ; formerly Lieut. -Col. 2oth Regt. (h.p. 1869); served in Crimean campaign (medal with clasp and Turkish medal) ; sat as M.P. for Cork co. (HR) 1879-85: ;. 1887, Frances, da. of the late Douglas Dick, Esq., of Pitkerrow, N.B Residence, Ardrum Lodge, Bournemouth. Club, Reform. Aunt living (daughter of 4th Baronet) Emily Frances: m. 1850, George Augustus Bayly, Esq., who d. 1860. Residence, Ardrum, Inniscarra, co. Cork. WidOW living Of 5th Baronet LOUISA JANE {Lady Colthurst), da. of the late St. John Jefferyes, Esq., of Blarney Castle, co. Cork : ;. 1846, Sir George Conway Colthurst, sth baronet, who</. 1878. Residence, 47, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Charles Vesay Colthurst- Vesey, Esq., 2nd son of 4th Baronet, b. 1826, d. 1885 : m. 1858, Annie (now of Lucan House, co. Dublin), da. of Col. David Fraser : George, b. 1859; is Capt. ist Batn. King's (Shropshire L.I.). Club, Naval and Military -- Charles Nicholas, b. 1860 ; is Capt. Sth Hussars. Club, Naval and Military. - Edward Robert, b. 1862. The 4th baronet was sometime M.P. forCofk, and the sth baronet represented Kinsale (L) 1863-74. CONGREVE, Creation 1812, of Walton, Staffordshire [supposed to be extinct]. Maj.-Gen. Sir WILLIAM CONGREVE, and Baronet, the inventor of the "Congreve Rockets," d. 1828, leaving two sons, (i.) Sir WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, 3rd Bart. ; b. 1826, who was last heard of in 1860, at which time he was in Sydney, N.S. W., and proposed going to Omaha, Fiji Islands, (ii.) FREDERICK WILLIAM, b. 1827 ; formerly an officer R.N., who was last heard of at Liverpool, in 1862, when he proposed going to Halifax, New Brunswick. Daughter living Of 2nd Baronet Isabel Christine (Lady Petlterani), b. 1828 : m. 1863, the Hon Sir William Comer Petheram, Q.C., Ch. Justice of High Court. Bengal. Residence, Calcutta. CONROY, Creation 1837, of Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire. Sir JOHN CONROY, F.R.S., 3rd Baronet; b. Aug. 1 6th, 1845 ; s. his father, Sir EDWARD, 1869 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1870); is a F.R.S., and a J.P. for cos. Berks and Montgomery.

ns Azure, a book open proper indexed and edged or, a chief embattled of the last. Crtst A cubit arm vested or, cuffed ermine, the hand grasping a wreath of laurel vert, jsnpporttre Two ancient Irish bards habited in long white garments, their exterior hands upon harps of ancient form. Seat Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire. Residence Balliol College, Oxford. Clubs Athenaeum, Carlton, New University. Time cannot destroy. This Milesian family of Connaught (name formerly O'Maolcomy), derives its descent from Nial the Great, monarch of Ireland, A.D. 400. In a pedigree of the senior branch of this family, registered in the Heralds' College, Dublin, in 1638, by Thorna, son of Moylin O'Maolconry, of Tullon, the said Thorna records his father as 43rd in descent from Nial the Great, but writing his own name as Conry. His son John, partly ruined in the spoliations subsequent to 1641, and entirely so by the confiscations of Cromwell in 1652, fled to France, where he attained distinction in the service of Louis XIV., and