DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 209 tory, near Lynn. George Howe, It. 1834 ; ed. at Rugby, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B. A. 1856) ; is a J.P. for Norfolk. Residence, Manor House, Wolferton, near Lynn. Aunts living (daughters of 2nd Baronet) Margaret Charlotte : m. 1847, Francis Hay Gurney, Esq., who d. 1890, and has issue living, Reginald (of Nowton Cottage, Bury St. Edmund's), b. 1849 : m. 1889, Maud, da. of W. Robertson, Esq., Lewis Edmond, b. 1852 ; is Capt. 2oth Hussars ; served in Nile Expedition 1885-6 (medal), Cecil Francis,^, 1862, Lovel Wodehouse, b. 1865; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Norfolk Regt., Edward Hay, b. 1866, Hudson, b. 1868, Harriet Charlotte, Rachel Louisa Margaret, Helen Mary,- Millicent Katharine Emily, Beatrice. Residence, Thickthorn Hall, Norwich. Fanny Louisa. Residence, Manor House, Wolferton, near Lynn. This family, though settled for some generations at Hillington, is of Staffordshire extraction, and was seated in that county temfi. Henry V. FILMER, Creation 1674, of East Sutton, Kent. Sir ROBERT MARCUS FILMER, loth Baronet ; b. Feb. 25th, 1878 ; s. his father. Sir EDMUND, 1886. Patron 0f ffliu fifaing Crundall R., Kent. ^Vrms Sable, three bars and as many cinquefoils in chief or. Crtst A falcon volant proper, beaked and legged or, standing on a broken castle. Seat East Sutton Park, Staplehurst, Kent. Sisters living Alice Cecil, Agnes: m. 1892, Arthur Stanley Wilson, Esq. Helen Marguerite.^ Dorothy Mary. Aunt living (daughter of 8th Baronet) Helen : m. 1858, the Rev. Philip Menzies Sankey, and has issue living, Arthur, b. 1858 ; formerly Capt. R.A., Edmund Richard, R.N., b. 1860; became Lieut. 1885, Margaret Helen, Alice. Residence, The Bourne, Maidenhead. Widow living of 9th Baronet MARY GEORGIANA CAROLINA (Hon. Lady Filmer), da. of 2nd Baron Sandys : m. 1858, Sir Edmund Filmer, gth Baronet, who d. 1886. Residences, East Sutton Park, Staplehurst, Kent; i, Chesham Street, S.W. The ist baronet, son of the distinguished loyalist, Sir Robert Filmer, suffered heavy losses at the hands of the Roundheads during the Great Rebellion. The 8th baronet sat as M. P. for W. Kent (C) 1838-57, and the gth as M.P. for W. Kent (C) 1859-65, and for Mid Kent 1880-4. FITZ-GERALD, Creation 1821, of Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clare. Sir AUGUSTINE FITZ-GERALD, 4th Baronet ; b. March I2th, 1809 ; s. his brother, Sir EDWARD, 1865 ; ed. at Winchester and Addiscombe ; formerly Lieut. -Col. Bengal Horse Artillery ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Clare (High Sheriff 1871) : m. ist, 1832, Eliza Margaret, who d. 1877, da. of the late William Gore, Esq. ; 2ndly, 1881, Clara Emma, da. of the late James Whitaker, Esq., of Huddersfield. gVrms Ermine, a saltire gules. Cst A chevalier in complete armour on horseback at full speed with his sword drawn and his beaver up. Seat Carrigoran, Newmarket-on-Fergus, co. Clare. Club United Service. Fortis et fidelis. Brother living GEORGE GUMMING, b. 1823; formerly in 3rd j f -nf i Dragoon Guards: m. ist, 1883, Emily Georgiana, who d. 1886, da. of brave and faithful. the , ate Lieut George cieaveland, R.N., of Bromley, Kent; 2ndly, 1888, Ellen Creagh, da. of the late Crofton Hamilton FitzGerald, Esq. Residence, Killibegs House, Naas. Sister living Emilia Mary (Hon. Mrs. James Butler) : m. 1836, the Hon. James Butler, who d, 1891 [see B. Dunboyne]. Residence, WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet JULIA (Lady Fitz-Gerald), da. of Edward O'Grady, Esq., and widow of Willington A. Rose, Esq., and niece of ist Viscount Guillamore : m, 1856, Sir Edward Fitz-Gerald, 3rd baronet, who d. 1865. Residence, 29, Merrion Square North, Dublin. FITZ-GERALD, Creation 1880, of Valencia, co. Kerry. Sir MAURICE FITZ-GERALD (Knight of Kerry], 2nd Baronet ; b. Feb. 5th, 1844; s. his father, Sir PETER GEORGE, 1880 ; ed. at Harrow ; formerly Capt. Rifle Brig. : served in Ashanti war 1873-4 (several times mentioned in despatches, and medal with clasp); is an Extra Equerry to H.R. H. the Duke of Connaught, and a J.P. for co. Kerry; unsuccessfully contested S. Div. of Northamptonshire (L) 1885 : m. 1882, Amelia Catherine, da. of Henri Louis Bischoffsheim, Esq., of Bute House, South Audley Street, W., and has issue. &rms Ermine, a saltire gules ; in centre point a cross pattee argent. Crist A chevalier in complete armour on horseback at full speed, with his sword drawn and visor raised, proper ; saddled gules, saddle-cloth or. Seats Glanleam, Valencia Island, co. Kerry; Ballinruddery, Listowel, Mullanar a boo. co Kerry Town Residence?,, Hertford Street, May Fair, W. Clubs My presence is victory. Marlborough, Travellers', Brooks's.
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