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164 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. war 1881, and in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal and bronze star), Thurlow Dering Walter Hill (Club, Windham), b. 1863 ; ed. at Marlborough, Dering Hill Arthur Capel (of Hollingbourne, Maidstone), b. 1866 ; ed. at Marlborough, -Edith Agnes Marian Dering, Ida Constance Maria Cholmeley : m. 1892, Delamark Banks Roffey, Esq., lanthe Mina Gertrude Lyon. Residence, Great Mongeham Rectory, Deal. Grandson of the late George Dering, Esq., 3rd son of 6th baronet: Issue of the late Robert Dering, Esq., b. 1802, d. 1859 : m. 1829, Letitia, who d. 1852, da. of Sir George Shee, 2nd baronet (ext.~): George Edward, b. 1831 ; ed. at Rugby. Residences, Lockleys, Welwyn, Herts ; Dunmore House, co. Galway ; Barham Court, Canterbury. The family of Dering is a very old Saxon one, and the first part of the family motto, in Anglo- Saxon, and translated " Terrere Nolo," has reference to the ancestral name Diering, which signifies terror. A Diering appears to have witnessed a deed of gift to the church in Rochester as far back as 880. The ist baronet was Lieut, of Dover Castle, and each of his successors, except the 7th baronet, represented Kent in Parliament. DBS VCEUX, Creation 1787, of Indiavllle, Queen's County. Sir HENRY DALRYMPLE DES VCEUX, 5th Baronet, son of the late Rev. Henry Des Voeux, 3rd son of 1st Baronet ; b. 1824 ; s. his cousin, Sir FREDERICK ASSHETON, 1872 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Oxford Univ. (M.A. 1846); formerly Fellow of All Souls' Coll., Oxford : m. 1863, Lady Alice Egerton, da. of and Earl of Wilton, and has issue. ^nns Gules, on a pale or a squirrel sejant in chief and a Moor's head couped in base proper. Crtst A squirrel sejant proper. Twvn Residence 46, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Clubs Travellers', Turf. Altiora in votis. Higher things are among our wishes. Daughters living Constance Margaret. Mary Victoria. Brothers living CHARLES CHAMPAGNE, b. Nov. 2 6th, $827 : in. 1855, Kate, da. of Thomas Watkin Richardson, Esq., of Clifton, and has issue living, Frederick Henry Arthur, />. 1857 ; is Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards ; served in Afghan war 1879-80 (medal), Charlotte Mary. Alfred Antony, b. 1830; formerly Maj.-Gen. Bombay S.C. : m. 1863, Isabella, da. of the late J. W. Musprett, Esq., Bombay C.S., and has issue living, Edward Alfred, b. 1864, Henry Bertram, b. 1868, Frances Isabelle, Alice Georgina. Residence, 6, Leigham Villas, Elliott Street, Plymouth. Sir (George) William, K.C.M.G., b. 1834; ed. at Charterhouse, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford ; Bar. of Upper Canada 1861 ; was Stipendiary Magis- trate at British Guiana 1863-9, Administrator of Govt. and Colonial Sec. of St. Lucia 1869, Lieut.-Gov. of Trinidad 1877, Acting-Gov. of Fiji 1878, Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Bahamas May to Aug. 1880, Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Fiji 1 880-6, H.M.'s High Commr. for W. Pacific 1882-6, Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Newfoundland 1886-7, and Gov. of Hong Kong 1887-91 ; C.M.G. 1877, K.C.M.G. 1883 : ;. 1875, Marion Denison, da. of Sir John Fender, G.C.M.G., M.P., of Middleton Hall, Linlithgowshire, and has issue living, Henry John, b. 1876, Frederick William, b. 1889, Alice Frances Denison, Emma Bettine. Clubs, Brooks's, Travellers', Turf. Daughters living Of 2nd Baronet Charlotte Sarah : m. 1863, Capt. Frederick Agar Boyce, R.N. Residence, n, William Street, Lbwndes Square, S.W. Cecilia Louisa: m. 1861, Col. William Hickes Slade, who d. 1884 [see Slade, Bart., colls.]. Mary Gertrude (Lady Stracey): m. 1870, Sir Edward Henry Gervase Stracey, 6th baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, 5, Lowndes Street, S.W. Augusta Anne (Baroness Sandys) : m. 1872, the 4th Baron Sandys. Residences, Ombersley Court, Duoitwich ; 12, Wilton Crescent, S.W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Lieut.-Col. Benfield Des Voeux, 4th son of ist baronet, b. 18 , d. 1864 : m. ist, 1833, Georgiana Charlotte, who d. 1845, da. of Richard Streatfeild, Esq., of The Rock, Sussex; 2ndly, 1849, Brances; da. of the Very Rev. Peter Wood, D.D., Dean of Middleham : Eleanor Lydia Grey : m. 1867, Major Henry Chandler Wilkinson, who d. 1883, and has with other issue living, Henry Benfield Des Voeux, b. 1870. Residence, The ist baronet was Governor of Masulipatam, and second in Council at Madras, and afterwards had a seat in the Irish Parliament. DE TRAPFORD, Creation 1841, of Trafford Park, Lancashire.


(J.July 3rd, 1862; s. kis father, .Sir HUMPHREY, 1886; is Lieut. Lancashire Hussar Yeo. Cav.: m. 1886, Violet, da. of Capt. James Franklin (formerly 77th Regt. and 6th Royals), and has issue. ^rms Argent, a griffin segreant gules. Crtst A thrasher proper, his hat and coat per pale argent and gules, sleeves counterchanged, breeches and stockings of the 2nd and 3rd, his flail of the ist ; over the flail a scroll with the motto "Now thus." Seat Trafford Park, Manchester. Clubs Carlton, Bachelors'. Son living HUMPHREY EDMUND, b. Nov. 3 oth, 1891. Brother living Charles Edmund, b. 1864 : in. 1892, Lady Agnes Mary Pia Feilding, da. of 8th Earl of Denbigh. Residence, Hothorpe, North- amptonshire. Club, Bachelors'. , , Sisters living Mildred Mary Josephine (Hon. Mrs. Charles B. Gripe griffin, hold fast I Bellew); m. 1883, Capt. the Hon. Charles Bertram Bellew, el. son of