1 84 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Echlin, of Pittadro, Fifeshire, was Constable and Deputy-Gov. of Edinburgh Castle during the siege of 1572. His son, the Right Rev. Dr. Echlin, Bishop of Down and Connor, who was barbarously murdered in 1635, was grandfather of Sir Henry Echlin, Knight, a Baron of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, who was created a baronet 1721. The 2nd baronet sat as M.P. for Newry. The 3rd baronet dissipated the family estates. The 4th baronet was one of the gentlemer before whom Hamilton Ronan knelt in the Court of King's Bench to beg the King's pardon. The Kildare estates were dissipated by the 4th, 5th, and 6th baronets. EDEN, Creations 1672, of West Auckland, Durham, and 1776, of Maryland U.S.A. Sir WILLIAM EDEN, yth Baronet of ist and 5th of 2nd creation ; b. April 4th, 1849 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM, 1873 ; formerly Lieut. 8th Hussars ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Durham; m. 1886, Sybil Frances, da. of the late Sir William Grey, K. C.S.I, [see E. Grey, colls.], and has issue. ^rms Gules, on a chevron between three garbs or, bound vert, three escallops sable. Crrst A dexter arm embowed in armour, couped at the shoulder and grasping a garb bandwise as in the arms, bound vert. Seat Windlestone, Ferryhill, co. Durham. Clubs Travellers', Carlton, Bachelor's, Turf, Marlborough. Son living JOHN, 6. Oct. gth, 1888. Daughter living Elfrida Marjorie, b. 1887. Si sit prudentia. Brothers living Morton, b. 1859. Charles, b. 1862. Club, Boodle's If there be but prudence. Sister living Edith (Baroness Auckland): m. 1875, as his 3rd wife, the 4th Baron Auckland, who d. 1890. Residence, The Cottage, Purley, Reading. Collateral Branches living. Descendants of Sir Robert Eden, ist baronet, of Maryland, who was 2nd son of 3rd Baronet of West Auckland : Grandchildren of the late Sir Frederick Morton Eden, 2nd baronet of Maryland : Issue of the late Right Rev. Robert Eden, D.D., Primus of Scotland, and Bishop of Moray and Ross, 3rd son of 2nd Bart, of Maryland, b. 1804, d. 1886: in. 1827, Emma, who d. 1880, da. of the late Hon. Sir James Allan Park, a Justice of the Common Pleas : Frederick Morton 1829; was a Fellow of All Souls' Coll., Oxford; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1858; formerly Capt. Oxford Militia: m. ist, 1857, Louisa Anne, who d. 1868, da. of the late Vice-Adm. Hyde Parker, C.B. ; 2ndly, 1870, Fanny Helen, da. of the late Edward Pomeroy Barrett-Lennard, Esq. , [see Barrett-Lennard, Bart., colls.], and has issue living (by ist marriage), Morton, 6. 1859 ; ed. at Wellington Coll., Frederic Charles, . 1864, Alice, (by 2nd marriage) Rowland Frederick, b. 1874, Algernon Graham, b. 1877, Dorothy lone Helen. Residence, 63, Warwick Road, S.W. Henley, b. 1838 ; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford : in. 1871, Amy Frances, da. of Lord Charles Lennox Kerr [see M. Lothian], and has issue living, Schomberg Henley, b. 1873, Charles William Guy, b. 1874. Residence, Woodstock, Ascot. Club, United University. Rev. Robert Allan, 6. 1839; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866); is V. of Old St. Pancras, London. Residence, 58, Oakley Square, N.W. William Alexander, b. 1843; is Lieut. Col. R.A. : m. 1885, Giovanna Malvina Anna, widow of Col. Macbean, of Tomatin, Inverness-shire. Charles John, b. 1846 ; formerly Col. ist Batn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) ; served in Ashantee war 1874 (medal with clasp), in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal with clasp and bronze star), in Soudan campaign 1884 (mentioned in despatches, two clasps, Brevet Lt.-Col.), and in Nile expedition 1884-5 (two clasps). Residence, Woodstock, Ascot. Clubs, Naval and Military, Scottish. Lucy : m. 1849, the Rev. Herbert Samuel Hawkins, R. of Beyton, and has issue living, Edward Robert, b. 1850: m. 1888, Katie Clyde, da. of Capt. Edward Barkley, R.N., Herbert Eden, b. 1852, Charles Henley, b. 1854, Mabel Ellen, Margaret Mary, Gertrude Lucy. Residence, Beyton Rectory, Bury St. Edmunds. Caroline : ;. 1851, Col. Arthur A'Court Fisher, C.B., R.E., who d. 1879, and has issue living, Arthur William, b. 1852, Charles Sidney Dalton, b. 1866, Frederick A'Court, b. 1873, Alice E. : m. 1879, James Allan Park, of Black Watch (Roy. Highlanders), who d. 1882, and has issue living, Florence Ida Allan b. 1882, Annie C. A. : m. 1887, William Macbean, Esq., and has issue living, Ronald Eden b. 1890, Ian Gordon b 1892, Ethel Mary. Residence, 15, Walker Street, Edinburgh. Alice : m. 1857, the Right Hon. George Ward Hunt, M.P., who d. 1877, and has issue living, Walter Robert, b. 1864 : m. 1889, Edith Beatrice, da. of J. H. Phillips, Esq., and has issue living, Allen Ward b. 1890, Allen Thomas, R.N., b. 1866; became Lieut. 1889 ; served in Egyptian Campaign 1882 (medal, bronze star), and with Vitu Expedition 1890 (specially mentioned in despatches), John Frederick, b. 1873, Edward, b. 1875, Mary Caroline : m. 1888, the Rev. Henry Owen Hall, V. of Earsdon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and has issue living, Margaret Owen b. 1890, Emma, Alice Margaret. Gertrude Sophia, Con- stance. Residence, Hampton Court Palace. Emma Selina : ;;/. 1861, the Rev. Dacres Olivier, R. of Wilton, and has issue living, George Herbert, b. 1863, Jfev. Henry Eden, b. 1866, Alfred C. S., b. 1867, Arthur Frank, b. 1868, Sidney Richard, R.N., b. 1870; became Lieut. 1892, Reginald Ernest, b. 1871, Robert Harold, b. 1879, Mary, Edith Maud, Emma Mildred. Residence, Wilton Rectory, near Salisbury. Mary. Residence, Tigh-Tioral, Inverness, N.B. Issue of the late Lieut.-Gen. George Morton Eden, 4th son of 2nd baronet of Maryland, b. 1806, d. 1862 : in. 1834, Louisa Anne, who d. 1878, da. of George Robert Eyres, Esq. : Fanny Evelyn Mary. Grandchildren of the late Lieut.-Gen. George Morton Eden (ante): Issue of the late Lieut.-Col. Morton Parker Eden, R.A., b. 1835, d. 1880 : in, 1861, Georgina Louisa Helen, who d. 1890, da. of Col. Pester, R.A. : Frederick Schomberg, b. 1872. Beatrice Caroline : in. 1889, Charles Cockburn Talbot, Esq. Georgina Clarice. Lilian.
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