DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 169 children assumed. Thomas Dodsworth, of Dodworth, W. Riding, co. York, Receiver to Henry, 3rd Lord Fitzhugh, K.G., acquired the Thornton Watlass estate in 1415 by marriage with Agnes, da. and heiress of Hugh Thoresby, Ch. Capt. of Richmondshire, and niece of John Thoresby, Cardinal St. Praxis, Archbishop of York, and Chancellor of England, who built the Choir of York Cathedral. Of this family was Sir Edward Dodsworth, Comy.-Gen. to the Army of the Parliament, and Roger Dods- worth, the famous Yorkshire antiquary. Besides the families of Silvester, Dodsworth and Thoresby, the Smiths of Newland represent Howarth of Howarth, co. Lancashire, founded by Osbert Howarth, Master of the Buckhpunds to Henry II., and Blayney, Barons Blayney, of Monaghan, which peerage, cr. 1621, became extinct in 1874. Newland was acquired by purchase in 1694. The Thornton estate has descended by blood from an unknown period before the Norman Conquest. This family is lineally descended from Lionel, Duke of Clarence, third son of Edward III. through Mortimer, Percy, Clifford, Conyers, D'Arcy, Stapylton and Dodsworth. DOMVILE, Creation 1815, of Santry House, Dublin. Sir COMPTON MEADE DOMVILE, 4th Baronet ; b. Oct. 24th, 1857 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM COMPTON, 1884. Jtrms Azune, a lion rampant argent, collared gules. Ci A lion's head erased ducally crowned. Seat Santry, near Dublin. Sister living Mary Adelaide : m. 1886, Lieut.-Col. William Hutcheson Poe, C.B., and has issue living, Hugo Compton Domvile, b. 1889. Resi- dences, Ashburton House, Putney Heath, S.W. ; Heywood, Ballinakill, Queen's co. ; Slaghtfreedan Lodge, Cookstown, co. Tyrone. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet MARGARET FRANCES (Lady Mar- garet Domvile), da. of 3rd Earl of Howth : m. 1861, Sir Charles Compton William Domvile, 2nd baronet, who d. 1884. Residence, 30, Qui stat caveat ne cadat. Thurloe Square, S.W. Let him -who stands take The ist baronet, Sir Compton, was Gustos Rotulorum of co. Dublin, heed lest Jiefall. and for 18 years a member of the Imperial Parliament. DOMVILLE, Creation 1814, of St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Sir WILLIAM CECIL HENRY DOMVILLE, C.J5., 4th Baronet; b. Dec. 3Oth, 1849; s, his father, Sir JAMES GRAHAM, 1887 ; entered R.N. 1863, obtained ist Scholarship at Roy. Naval Coll., Greenwich, 1874, and became Capt. 1886; served in Soudan Expedition 1885, in command of Naval Brig, at Souakin ; appointed Naval Attache to Maritime Powers 1887 ; C.B. 1892 : m. 1888, Anne Josephine Moselle, da. of the late Henry Metcalfe Ames, Esq., of Linden, Northumberland, and has issue. ^rms Quarterly : ist, azure, a lion rampant argent supporting a sword erect representing the sword of the city of London proper ; on a chief of the second thr^e oriental crowns the points alternately radiated or, encircled by two branches of olive proper ; 2nd, azure, a lion rampant argent gorged with Pax alma redit. a plain collar gules; 3rd, argent, six lozenges conjoined in bend sable ; 4th, Genial peace returns. argent, five lozenges conjoined in pale gules. Crtsts ist, out of a mural crown gules a demi-lion issuant argent supporting between the paws an escutcheon azure charged with three crowns as in the arms ; 2nd, two lions, jambs erased argent. jStioni motto " Qui stat caveat ne cadat" (Let him that stands take heed lest he fall). Residences Stede Hill, Maidstone ; Acqua Santa, Palermo, Sicily. Clubs United Service, Athenaeum, Wellington. Sons living JAMES HENRY, b. Dec. loth, 1889.. Cecil Lionel, b. 1892. Sister living Eleanor Ida : m. 1872, Count Francesco Monroy Ranchibile. Residence, Palermo, Sicily. Uncle living (son of 2nd baronet) William Henry, b. 1819 : practised as a Solicitor 1845-75 : m. 1853, Eliza King, da. of Col. Aspinwall, of Brookline, U.S.A., and has issue living, Louisa Elizabeth. Residence, 15, Gloucester Crescent, Hyde Park, W. Club, Athenaeum. AuntS living (daughters of 2nd Baronet) Sarah. Elizabeth: m. 1848, Richard Done, Esq., who d. 1861, and has issue living, Richard Henry (of 24, Kensington Gardens Square, W.), b. 1851 : m. 1872, Louisa, da. of the late Rev. Francis Daubeny, R. of Mepal, Isle of Ely. Residence, 24, Kensington Gardens Square, W. Frances. Widow living Of Srd Baronet MARY ANNE (Lady Domville), da. of the late Rev. John Orde, of Winslade, Hants : m. 1848, Sir James Graham Domville, 3rd baronet, who d. 1887. Residence, Acqua Santa, Palermo, Sicily. The ist baronet, Sir William Domville, was Lord Mayor of London in 1813-14, and presided in that capacity at the grand banquet given to the Allied Sovereigns in the latter year. Don-Wauchope, see Waucnope.
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