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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Russell (Club, Naval and Military), b. 1859 ; ed. at Wellington Coll. ; is Capt. ist Batn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's); served in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal with clasp, Khedive's star), Walter Macleod, b. 1865 ; ed. at Uppingham, and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford, Mary Katharine: m. 1892, Thomas W. B. Aylmer, Esq., Magdalene: m. 1886, John Naylor, Esq., banker, of Liverpool, and has issue living, John Murray b. 1888, Thomas Humphrey b. 1890, Eliza : ;. 1888, Allan Fleming, Esq.,_ B.C.S., and has issue living, Wilfrid Allan b. 1890, Harriet Ellinor, Alice Grisell. Residence, The Grange, Woolton, near Liverpool Georgina : in. 1859, Hugh Longueville Jones, Esq., who d. 1875. Residence, Elmsall Lodge, co. York. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Maj.-Gen. William Earle, C.B., C.S.I., 3rd son of ist baronet, b. 1833, d. 1885 : m. 1864, Mary (now of 8, Eaton Place, S.W.), da. of Gen. Sir William John Codrington, G.C. B. [see Codrington, Bart., colls., cr. 1721] : Rachel. Grace. This family was settled at Warrington, in the i6th century, and in 1708 died John Earle, a prin- cipal inhabitant of the place. His son John settled in Liverpool, and was Mayor thereof 1709. His grandson Thomas, a merchant at Liverpool, was father of the ist baronet. CLAYTON-EAST, Creation 1838, of Hall Place, Berkshire. Sir GILBERT AUGUSTUS CLAYTON-EAST, 3rd Baronet ; b. April 25th, 1846 ; s. his father, Sir GILBERT EAST GILBERT-EAST, 1866 ; ed. at Eton, and at Magdalene Coll., Camb. ; is a J.P. for Berks ; assumed the surname of Clayton, in lieu of Gilbert, and before that of East, 1870 ; is h.p. to his kinsman Sir William Robert Clayton, 6th baronet : m. 1867, Eleanor Theresa, el. da. of Major-Gen. Alexander Robert Eraser, and has issue. ^rma Quarterly, ist and 4th, sable on a chevron between three horses, heads erased argent as many horseshoes of the field, East ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a cross sable between four pellets a crescent for difference Clayton. Crests ist, a horse passant sable East; 2nd, out of a mural crown gules, a leopatd's paw erect argent, charged with a crescent and grasping a pellet, Clayton. Seat Hall Place, Maidenhead. Clubs Carl ton, Union, Royal Dorset Yacht. Jeorge Frederick Lancelot, b. 1872. Sons living-GILBERT WILLIAM, b. May 7 th, i86c Daughter living Agnes Emma. Sisters living Emma Frances Louisa : m. 1872, Reginald Gough Paynter, Esq., and has issue living, Reginald Augustus Arthur, b. 1873, Ella Ida Emma. Frederica Julia : m. 1874, Walter Gray Bellairs, Esq., and has issue living, a son, b. 1877, a da. Residence, Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet) Augusta Frances (Lady Hoare): m. 1845, Sir Henry Ainslie Hoare, sth baronet. Residences, Stourhead House, Bath ; 12, West Eaton Place, S.W. Maria Theresa : /;/. i36o, Major Robert Gordon, formerly of 4th Regt. N.I. (Rifles) Bombay, who d. 1891. Residence. 32, Clarges Street, W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Capt. Frederick Richard Clayton-East, 4th son of ist baronet, b, 1828, d. 1860 : m. 1854, Caroline Louisa (now of 19, Westbourne Street, W.), da. of Thomas Spooner Palmer, Esq., of Bayview, co. Sligo : George Frederick, b. 1857 ; formerly Lieut. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Residence, 9, Radnor . Place, Hyde Park, W. Club, Junior Army and Navy. Augusta Marianne. In 1766 William East, Esq., of Hall Place, Berks, was created a baronet, and his title became extinct 1828. The ist baronet of the 2nd creation, Sir East George Clayton-East, was 2nd son of Sir William Clayton, 4th baronet, and nephew of Sir Gilbert East, the last baronet of the ist creation. ECHLIN, Creation 1721, of Clonagh, Kildare. Sir THOMAS ECHLIN, yth Baronet; b. Nov. Sth, 1844 ; s. his father, Sir FERDINAND FENTON, 1877 ; is in Roy. Irish Constabulary. $rins Quarterly, or and argent, in the island 4th quarters a galley, sails furled sable ; 2nd and 3rd, a fesse chequy azure and argent a chief of the last thereon a hound in full chase after a stag, both proper. Cnat A talbot passant. Residence Royal Irish Constabulary Depot, Phoenix Park, Dublin. Non sine praeda. Not without prey. Brothers living HENRY, b. Aug. i4th, 1846 ; formerly in 2nd Life Guards.^ John, /;. 1847; is a Station-master on G. M.W. Rail- way of Ireland: m. 1869, Harriet, da. of the late George Kennedy, Esq., of Westport, co. Mayo, and has isssue living, Ferdinand George, b. 1874, William Thomas, b. 1876. Residence, 22, Palmerston Place, Dublin. Sisters living Mary. Bride : m. 1864, Bernard Norton, Esq. Resi- dence. Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. The Echlin family is of ancient Scotch origin, and formerly possessed princely estates in Scotland and also large domains in the counties of Kildare, Carlow, Dublin, Galway, and Mayo. Andrew