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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Chaplain to Archbishop of Canterbury, -Hugh Davie (Club, Naval and Military), b. 1866; is Lieut. R.H.A., Ada Mary : in. 1891, as his third wife, Edward St. Aubyn, Esq. [see B. St. Levan], Residence, Broomford Manor, Exbourne, Devon. The ist baronet, Henry Robert Ferguson, married Frances Juliana Davie, only surviving sister of Sir John Davie, gth baronet, and niece and heiress of Sir Humphrey Phineas Davie, loth and last baronet, who died 1846, in which year the baronetcy was revived in favour of the late possessor, who thereupon assumed the additional surname of Davie. DAVIS, Creation 1845, of Hollywood, Gloucestershire. Sir FRANCIS BOILEAU DAVIS, 2nd Baronet ; b. Feb. 26th, 1871 ; s. his father Sir John Francis, K.C.B., 1890 : m. 1891, Ella Alice, da. of Edward Lockwood, Esq., formerly B.C. S., of Kingham, Chipping Norton. Mms Argent, a chevron nebuly between two mullets in chief and another in base pierced sable. Crtst Two Indian pikes in saltire proper surmounted by a mullet pierced sable between two wings vaire argent and sable. Residence Compton Lodge, near Westbury-on-Trym. Utili secernere honestum. To distinguish the honor- able from the gainful. Half-Sisters living- Henrietta Anne. -Emily Nowell : in. 1851, the Rev. Daniel Augustus Beaufort, and has issue living, Leicester Paul (of Sandakan, British North Borneo), b. 1853 ; Bar. Inner Temple 1879 ; is Govt.-Sec. of British North Borneo : m. 1883, Edith Mary, da. of the Rev. Charles Higman Griffith. R. of Stratfield Turgis, Hants, and has issue living, Marion Cicely, ' Ursula Ernestine. Residence, 33, Bel- mont Hill, Lewisham, S.E. Julia Sullivan: m. 1854, Robert Cann- Lippincott, Esq., who d. 1890, of Over Court, Almondsbury, Bristol. Florence : in. 1863, Lieut. -Col. James Burnie Lind, and has issue living, George M'Clintock, b. 1870, Hugh James Lawrence, b. 1872, Alexander Gordon, b. 1877, James Charles Robert, b. 1881, Amy Julia Mary : in. 1886, Leopold Agar Denys Montague, Esq. [see Denys, Bart.], Violet Emily: m. 1886, John Monthermer Montague, Esq., B.C. S., and has issue living, John Eric Forsyth, b. 1887, Hugh Monthermer b. 1888, Philip James Arthur b. 1891, Marion Florence, Bertha May: m 1892, the Rev. Edward Sumner Bicknell Fletcher, Curate of St. David's, Exeter, Janet Helen Grace, Winifred Mercer, Rosamond Lucy. Residence, Cross Park, Teignmouth. Widow living Of 1st Baronet Lucy Ellen (Lady Davis), el. da. of the late Rev. J. T. Rocke, V. of E.xmouth : m. 1867, as his second wife, Sir John Francis Davis, K.C.B., ist Baronet, who d. 1890. Residence, Hollywood Tower, Westbury-on-Trym, near Bristol. The ist Baronet was Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Hong-Kong, 1844-8. DE BATHE, Creation 1801, of Knightstown, Meath. Sir HENRY PERCIVAL DE BATHE, 4th Baronet ; b. March roth, 1823 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM PLUNKET T, K.F.M., 1870; ed. at Eton ; formerly Col. Scots Guards ; be- came Major-Gen. 1868, Lieut. -Gen. 1876, and Gen. 1879, retired 1883 ; was Col. Sgth Regt. 1877-80, since when he has been Col. 2nd Batn. The King's (Shropshire L.I.) ; served in Crimean campaign 1854-5 (medal with clasp, the Medjidie and Turkish war medal) ; is a J.P. for Sussex, and a J.P. and a D.L. of co. Meath (High Sheriff 1870): m. 1870, Charlotte, da. of William Clare, Esq., and has issue. $nns Gules, a cross between four lions rampant argent. Crrst A lion rampant argent, supporting in its paw a dagger of the first hilled or. Seats Knightstown, Ladyrath, co. Meath ; Wood End, Chichester ; De Bathe Barton, North Tawton, Devon. T<nvn Residence 123, Victoria Street, S.W. Clubs United Service, Travellers', Beefsteak. Nee parvis sisto. Trijles deter me not. Sons living HUGO GERALD, b. Aug. loth, 1871 ; ed. at Radley. Patrick Wynne, b. 1876. Sister living Rosia Mary: in. 1850, Lieut. -Col. Villiers Latouche Hatton (formerly of Grenadier Guards), and has issue living, Villiers, b. 1852; is Major, Lieut. -Col., and Col. ist Batn. Grenadier Guards, William De Bathe, b. 1855 ; is Capt. 2nd Batn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's), Rosia Mary, Madeleine Frances : m. 1882, Col. William Henry Mac- kinnon, 2nd Batn. Grenadier Guards. Residence, 25, Stanhope Gardens, S.W. Hugo De Bathe accompanied Earl Strongbow in his expedition to Ireland in 1172, and had grants of manors and lands in the counties of Dublin, Meath, Louth, and Drogheda, for which, at the present time, the family pay a quit-rent to the Crown. A baronetcy was conferred in 1666 upon Sir Lucas de Bathe, of Atharne, a senior branch of this family, but this title became extinct in a few years. The ist baronet, whose name was Bath, resumed in 1793, by sign-manual, the original surname of De Bathe. Browne-De Beauvoir, see Browne. De Burgh-Lawson, see Lawsou.