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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 175 / ivill have the right. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Charles Beville Dryden, Esq., 5th son of ist Baronet of and creation ; b. 1796, d. 1883 : m. 1842, Elisa Barnard, da. of Capt. George Augustus Frederick Skottowe, R.N. : John Erasmus Skottowe, b. 1853 ; formerly Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batn. Northamptonshire Regt. Club, Junior Carlton. Caroline Helen Skottowe: in. 1878, Cyril Percy Mundy, Esq., Barrister- at-law [see E. Carnarvon, colls.]. Resilience, Sir Erasmus Dryden, Sheriff of Northamptonshire, was created a baronet 1619. His 4th son was John Dryden, the celebrated poet. The title became extinct at the death of the 7th baronet, when the estates devolved upon his niece, who married John Turner, Esq., 2nd son of Sir Edward Turner, 2nd baronet. Mr. Turner in 1791 assumed by sign-manual the name of Dryden, was knighted 1793, and created a baronet 1795. The 4th baronet, of creation 1795, in 1874 succeeded, as 7th baronet, to the Turner baronetcy, creation 1733. DUCKETT, Creation 1791, of Hartham and Corsham, Wiltshire. Sir GEORGE FLOYD DUCKETT, 3rd Baronet; b. March 27th, 1811 -s. his father, Sir GEORGE, M.P., F.R.S., 1856 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; is a J.P. and a D.L. of Middlesex, and a Knight of the Order of Merit of Saxe Coburg-Gotha ; author of a "Technological Military Dictionary," in German, English, and French, for which he received the great gold medals of "Science and Art" from the Emperors of Austria and Germany, and the gold medal of the Emperor of the French ; nominated 1888 Officer of Public Instruction in France ; claims the Barony of Wyndesore, dormant since 1384: m. 1845, Isabella, da. of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Lionel Smith, ist Baronet, G.C.B., G.C.H., Gov.- Gen. of Jamaica [see Smith-Gordon, Bart.]. ^Vrms Sable, a saltire argent. Crests ist, a garb of lavender vert ; 2nd, out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five ostrich feathers, >npportt rs Two parrots vert. Residence Newington House, Wallingford. Clubs Travellers', Oxford and Cambridge. This family claims descent from the Duchets, Seigneurs of Fontaines, in ancient Burgundy, and who settled in England about temp. William I. The ist baronet, Sir George Jackson, was Secretary to the Admiralty, Judge Advocate of the Fleet, and successively M. P. for Weymouth and Colchester. His second wife being heiress of the Duckett family, he in 1797 assumed by sign-manual the name of Duckett in lieu of his patronymic. The 2nd baronet was M.P. for Lymington 1807-12. DUCKWORTH, Creation 1813, of Topsham, Devonshire. [Extinct 1887.1 Sir JOHN THOMAS BULLER DUCKWORTH, 2nd and last Baronet. Daughter living of 2nd Baronet Mary Georgiana. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet MARY ISABELLA (Lady Duckworth) da. of the late John Buller, Esq., of Morval : m. 1850, Sir John Thomas Buller Duckworth, 2nd baronet, who d. 1887. Residence, Knightleys, near Exeter. Duckworth-King, see King. Duff-Gordon, see Gordon. DUKE, Creation 1849, of London. Sir JAMES DUKE, 2nd Baronet; b. June 25th, 1865 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES, M.P., 1873 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly Lieut. 3rd Brig. Cinque Ports Div. R.A. : m. 1889, Marion Elizabeth, el. da. of James Duke Hill, Esq., J.P., of 4, Onslow Gardens, S.W. Vrms Per chevron ermine and azure, in chief three feathers erect argent between two chaplets azure ; in base, a mace within a collar proper, repre- senting the mace and collar of the Lord Mayor of the City of London. Crest A demi-griffin argent winged azure, in the beak a peacock's feather proper, supporting a sword also proper representing that of the said City of London. Seat Laughton Lodge, Hawkhurst, Sussex. Sisters living Amelia Montague : m. 1888, Walter Mundey, Esq., Gradatim vmcimus. and has issue li v ; ngi Amy Catherine Stella, 6. 1801. Residence, 50, Hans We conquer by degrees. Place, S. W. Adelaide Dundas : m. 1886, William Valentine Errington, Esq. Residences:, 59, Pont Street, S.W. ; High Warden, Hexham, . Nonhumberland ; Quarry Wood Cottage, Great Marlow. Georjjina Emily: m. 1887, Lieut. -Col. Charles Harrison Carr (Roy. Dublin Fusiliers'), and has issue living, Sybil Grey, b. 1888, Wini- fred Vera, 6. 1890. Residence, 38, Egerton Gardens, S.W.