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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. I2 5 was slain at the passage of the Rhine in 1672. His eldest son received a re-grant of a small portion of kis patrimony after the restoration of Charles II., which he lost upon the defeat of King James II., in 1690, at the Boyne. His brother, Fearfeasa Conry, retained a fragment of the ancient estate, part of which is still in the family's possession. From this Fearfeasa Conry the present baronet is lineally descended, The ist baronet, K.C.H., an officer in the Royal Artillery, was principal equerry and private sec. to H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent. CLIFFORD-CONSTABLE, Creation 1815, of Tixall, Staffordshire. Sir FREDERICK AUGUSTUS TALBOT CLIFFORD- CONSTABLE, 3rd Baronet ; b. June 3Oth, 1828; s. his father, Sir THOMAS ASTON, 1870 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for E. Riding of York ; was Major E. York Militia, 1853-61 : m. 18 , Mary Ann, da. of the late William Herring, Esq., of St. Mary's, Scilly Isles. ^rm Barry of six or and azure, on a canton argent a teazel proper. Crist A dragon's head barry of six angent and gules, charged with nine lozenges three, three, and three or, in the mouth a teazel proper. Seats North Ferriby, near Brough ; Wycliffe Hall, Darlington ; Burton Constable, Hull ; Scargill Lodge, Barnard Castle. Clubs Carlton, Badminton, Cigar. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet ROSINA (Lady Gilford-Constable), da. of Charles Brandon, Esq. : in, ist, 1865, as his 2nd wife, Sir Thomas Aston Clifford-Constable, 2nd baronet, who d. 1870 ; 2ndly, 1872, Edgar Trelawny, Esq., who d. the same year ; srdly, 1876, Francis John Hartley, Esq., who d. 1880. Residences, Heywood Abbey, Staffordshire ; 36, Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, Paris. Sir Thomas Hugh Clifford, the ist baronet, received his baronetcy at the special request of Louis XVIII., as a testimony of his services during that monarch's residence in the country. He assumed tke surname and arms of Constable only 1821. COOK, Creation 1886, of Richmond, Surrey. Sir FRANCIS COOK, ist Baronet, son of the late William Cook, Esq., of Roydon Hall, Kent ; b. 1817 ; is head of the firm of Cook, Son and Co., Warehousemen, of St. Paul's Churchyard, and founder and donor of Alexandra House (an institution for lady Art Students), Kensington Gore ; in Portugal bears the title of Viscount Montserrat : m. ist, 1841, Emily, who d. 1884, da. of the late Robert Lucas, Esq., of Lisbon ; 2ndly, 1885, Tennessee, da. of the late Reuben Buckman Claflin, Esq., of New York, and has issue by ist marriage. sse quam videri. Semper paratus. A hvays ready. s Gules, a rose argent between three crescents of the second ; a chiei vaire argent and azure. Crest Issuant from a wreath of oak leaves and roses an arm embowed proper, holding in the hand a mullet or between two branches of oak proper. Residences Doughty House, Richmond, Surrey ; Montserrat, Cintra, Tt be rather than t> seem. Portugal. Clubs Burlington, Fine Arts. Sons living FREDERICK LUCAS, b. 1844 ; ed. at Harrow : m. 1868, Mary Ann Elizabeth, da. of the late R. P. Cotton, Esq., M.D., of Cavendish Square, W., and has issue living, Herbert Frederick, b. 1868 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, Edith Laura, Mabel Emily. Residence, 24, Hyde Park Gardens, V. Wyndham Francis, b. 1860 ; ed. at Harrow : m. 1887, Frederica Evelyn Stilwell, da. of F. J. Freeland, Esq., of Chichester. Residence, 69, Cadogan Square. S.W. Club, Reform. Daughter living Emily Jane: m. 1874, Col. Euston Henry Sartorius, V.C., A.A.G., S. Dist. Residence, Portsmouth. COOKE, Creation 1661, of Wheatley Hall, Yorkshire. Sir WILLIAM RIDLEY CHARLES COOKE, Qth Baronet ; b. Oct. 5th, 1827 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM BRYAN, 1851 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly Capt. 7th Hussars, and Lieut. 2nd W. York Yeo. Cav. ; is a D.L. for W. Riding of York : m. ist, 1855, Harriet Eloisa, da. of the late Rev. Jonathan Trebeck, V. of Melbourne, Cambridgeshire; 2ndly, 1871, Harriet Blanche Juanita Georgiana, da. of Sir William Henry Feilden, 2nd Baronet, and has issue by 2nd marriage. $Htron of Ont Jibing Arksey V., Yorkshire. ^trins Or, a chevron gules between two lions passant-guardant sable. Crest Out of a crown embattled argent, a demi-lion issuant as in the arms gorged with a ducal coronet or. Seat Wheatley Hall, Doncaster, Yorkshire.