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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 185 Issue of the late Charles Calvert Eden, Esq., b. 1837, d. 1878 : m. 1862, Cecile, da. of Mons. de Sinner, of Berne : Morton Frederic, b. 1865. Evelyn Louisa Cecile. Violet Cecile. William, 3rd son of 3rd baronet, of West Auckland, was created Baron Auckland [see B. Auckland]. Grandchildren of the late Thomas Eden. Esq., Sec. to Govt. of Ceylon (infra) : Issue of the late Rev. John Patrick Eden, b. 1813, d. 1885 : in. 1850, Catherine Frances, da. of the late Col. Henry Stobart, of Etherley House, co. Durham : John Henry, b. 1851 ; is a retired Lieut.-Col., and Ch. Constable of co. Durham ; formerly Major Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.) ; served in Soudan campaign 1885-6 (medal, bronze star). Club, United Service. Arthur Francis, b. 1852 : m. 1882, Frances, da. of the late Rev. Robert Springett, V. of Brafferton. Residence, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Right Rev. George Rodney {Lord Bishop Suffragan of Dower), D.D., b. 1853; ed. at Pemb. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, D.D. 1891) ; is Bishop Suffragan of Dover, and Archdeacon and Canon of Can- terbury : m. 1889, Constance Margaret, da. of the Rev. Henry John Ellison, R. of Great Haseley, Hon. Canon of Ch. Ch., Oxford, and Chaplain-in-Ordinary to H.M., and has issue living. John Rodney, b. 1892, Margaret Agnes, b. 1890. Residence, The Precincts, Canterbury. Charles Hamilton, b. 1855 : ;. 1885, Caroline Sophia, da. of the late Rev. Charles Henry Ford. V. of Bishopton, Ferry Hill, Durham, and has issue living, Henry Charles Hamilton, b. 1889, Frances Catherine, b, 1891. Residence, Penallt, Swansea. Rev. Frederick Nugent, /;. 1857; ed. at Pemb. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1881); is V. of Belvedere. Residence, Belvedere Vicarage, Kent. Rev. Henry Culley, b. 1858; ed. at Pemb. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1890); is V. of Holy Innocents', Hammersmith, W. Residence, 205, Goldhawk Road, W. Robert Gerald Rodney, b. 1860. Frances Margaret. Mary Dulcibella. Issue of the late Col. William Frederick Eden, b. 1814, d. 1867 : jn. 1838, Marie Sidonie (now of 2, Carlisle Place, Victoria Street, S.W.), da. of Mons. Jean Isidor Delaselle : William Alexander Delaselle, b. 1844; formerly Lieut. 33rd Regt. : in. 1867, Lilla Mary, da. of John Scully, Esq., formerly of Springfield House, co. Wicklow. Residence, i, Carlisle Place, Victoria Street, S.W. John Montagu Rodney, b. 1854 : formerly Capt. 2nd Batn. Duke of Cornwall's L.I. ; served in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal with clasp and bronze star), in Nile expedition 1885, and on Staff in 2nd Expedition to the Soudan 1885-6 (clasp). Club, Junior Army and Navy. Henry Hamilton Forbes, 6. 1856; is Capt. 3rd Batn. Norfolk Regt.: m. 1878, Emily Clara Charlotte, widow of S. Bedford-Edwards, Esq. Club, Junior United Service. Grandchildren of the late Thomas Eden, Esq., 4th son of 3rd baronet, of West Auckland, b. 1740, d. 1805 : m. 1783, Mariana, who it. 1854, da. of Arthur Jones, Esq., of Reigate : Issue of the late Thomas Eden, Esq., Sec. to Gov. of Ceylon, b. 1787, d. 1845: m. 1810, Frances Eliza, who d. 1879, da. of the Hon. John Rodney : Louisa Frances Catherine : ;. 1859, the Rev. John Robert Hall, Hon. Canon of Canterbury, who d. 1892, and has issue living, Frances Caroline. Residence, Spitzbrook, Marden, Kent. Sarah Frederica : m. 1841, Montagu Wilmot, Esq., who d. 1881 [see Wilmot, Bart., cr. 1772.]. Residence, Beach House, Sidmouth. Emily Georgiana. Dulcibella Mary : in. 1867, Iltid Thomas, Esq., who d. 1889, and has issue living, Iltid Edward Thomas,. . 1873, Isabel de Winton, Dulcibel Iltuta, Amabel Charlotte. Residence, Glanmor, Swansea. Issue of the hue Gen. John Eden, G.B., b. 1789, d. 1874: m. ist, 1830, Anne, who d. 1841, da. of Sir John Caldwell, Bart. ; 2ndly, 1843, Charlotte Carse, da. of Edmund Saul Prentice, Esq., of Armagh : Graham John, b. 1831 ; formerly in R.N. William Thomas, b, 1838 ; formerly Col. Bom. S.C.^ Frederick Morton, b. 1845 ; formerly Major R.M.L.I. ; served in Egyptian campaign i882(tnedal with clasp and bronze star) : ;. 1881, Minnie Pitts, el. da. of Edward Allen, Esq., J.P., of Stowford Lodge, Ivy Bridge, Devon, and has issue living, Lionel Morton, b. 1888. George Henry, />. 1849 ; is a retired Lieut. R.N. Frances Charlotte : ;. 1872, Montagu St. John Maule, Esq., Solicitor, and has issue living, Henry Noel St. John, b. 1873, Walter John, b. 1878, Ethel Mary St. Johi, b. 1886. Residence, Bath Emily Elizabeth : m. 1874, Ernest Wallace Rooke, Esq., Solicitor. Residence, Bath. Issue of the late Arthur Eden, Esq., b. 1793, d. 1860 : m. 1824, Frances, who d. 1877, widow of William Baring, Esq., M.P., and da. of John Poulett Thompson, Esq., of Waverley Abbey : Arthur John, b. 1827. Residence, 19, Bedford Square, W.C Frederick, b. 1828 : in. 1865. Caroline, da. of E. J. L. Jekyll, Esq., of Wargrave Hill. Mabel : m. 1861, Frederick Cox, Esq Resi- dences, 10, Belgrave Square, S.W. ; Harefield Place, Uxbridge. Dulcibella: m. 1856, Hugh Hammersley, Esq., who d. 1882, and has issue living, Margaret Dulcibella : m. 1883, Sydney Francis Godolphin Osborne, Esq., of 51, Elm Park Gardens, S.W. [see D. Leeds], Dora: in. 1880, Francis Campbell, Esq., of the Foreign Office, and 7, Onslow Crescent, South Kensington, S.W. Residences, Sun House, Chelsea Embankment, S.W. ; "Eden," Tolland's Bay, Isle of Wight. Issue of the late Robert Eden, Esq., b. 1800, d. 1879 : m. 1829, Frances (now of 16, Warwick Square, S.W.), da. of the Rev. Rowland Egerton-Warburton, of Norley, Cheshire : Morton Robert, b. 1830 ; formerly Major 5<5th Regt. ; retired as Col. 1879 ; served in Crimean campaign 1855 (medal with clasp and Turkish medal): ;;/. 1864, Frances Maria, da. of the late Nathaniel Clarke Barnardiston, Esq., of The Ryes, Sudbury, Suffolk, and has issue, Ethel. Resi- dence, 77, St. George's Road, S.W. Cittb, Army and Navy. Charles Henry, b. 1839 : ;;/. 1863, Georgina, da. of Capt. Frederick William Hill (formerly of loth Foot), and has issue living, Guy Ernest Morton, . 1864, Arthur Henry, b. 1866, Victoria Beatrice Edith. Residence, 16, Warwick Square, S.W. Clubs, Savile, Athena-um. Frederick Morton, 5th son of 3rd baronet, was created Baron Henley [see B. Henley], The ist and the 2nd baronets of West Auckland each sat as M.P. for co. Durham. The 2nd son of 3rd baronet of West Auckland was created a baronet, and this baronet's 3rd and $th sons were respectively created Baron Auckland and Baron Henley. The 4th baronet of the same creation sat as M.P. for co. Durham, and the sth baronet assumed for himself the additional surname of Johnson.