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212 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Alleyne FitzHerbert [infra] : Issue of the late Herbert Haffenden FitzHerbert, Esq., f>. 1842. d. 1873 : m. ist, 1861, Anne, who d. 1867, da. of Farmer, Esq. ; 2iidly, 1868, Janet Maclean, da. of Dr. Frederick John Knox, of Johnsonville, Wellington, New Zealand : (By ist marriage) Harold, & 1862. Egbert, />. 1863. Horace, b. 1865: is m. (By 2nd mar- riage) Augustus, b. 1872. Rowena. Ethel. Issue of the late Rev. Alleyne FitzHerbert, 3rd son of 3rd baronet, b. 1815, d. 1860: in. 1841, Angelina, da. of James Haffenden, Esq., of Langford Hall, Notts : JRev. James, />. 1843 ; ed. at St. John's Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868); is V. of TissingUm : m. 1875, Cecil Mary Lefroy, who d. 1882, da. of the Rev. William Maule, V. of Privett, Hants, and has issue living, Humphrey Beresfprd, b. 1879, Edward Vernon, b. 1880, Douglas Cecil, b. 1882, Dorothy Maule. Residence, Tissington, Ashbourne. Henry Ralph, b. 1852 : m. 1881, Martha, da. of W. F. Kennedy, Esq., and has issue living, Claude,^. 18 , Maisi Harriet. Residence, Feilding, New Zealand. Charles, b. 1856: m. 1889, Katharine, da. of Thomas U. Mckenzie, Esq., of Rangitikei, New Zealand, and has issue living. Residence, Cinder Hill, Feilding, New Zea- land. Rev. Alleyne, b. 1860 ; ed. at St. John's Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1884, M.A. 1889) ; is Curate of N. Mundham and Hunston, Sussex : in. 1887, Frances Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Henry Smith (formerly V. of Easton Maudit, Northants), of Clarendon House, Redcar. Mary Cecilia : in. 1869, the Rev. William Alexander Woodward, and has issue living, Helen Mary, Ethel Cecilia, Winifred Grace, Averil Alexandra. Residence, Sherborne, Malvern Wells. Harriet Cecilia : vi. 1872, the Rev. Arthur Alfred Wilmot, who d. 1876 [see Wilmot, Bart., colls, cr. 1759]. Phebe Elizabeth. Selina : in. 1886, B. Newton, Esq. , and has issue living, May Gladys, Daisy Frances. Residence, The Gables, Presteign. Issue of the late Anthony FitzHerbert, Esq., 4th son of 3rd baronet, b. 1818, d. 1855: m. 1852, Elizabeth Martha, da. of the late Rev. William Home, R. of Banning, Kent: Gerard Home, b. 1853 : in. 18 , and has issue living. Francis, b. 1854. The present baronet is nth in male descent from Nicholas, 2nd son of John FitzHerbert, of Somersal-Herbert, whose ancestors possessed it from the beginning of the i3th century. The descen- dants of John FitzHerbert's el. son are now represented by Samuel Wyndham Fitzherbert, of Lanscombe House, Cockington, Torquay {Club, Royal Dorset Yacht). Nicholas died 1472, having acquired Tissington by his marriage with Margaret, daughter of Robert Fraunceys, of Foremark, and grand-da, and co-heir of Sir Thomas Clinton (2nd son of 3rd Baron Clinton). FITZ-WYGRAM, Creation 1805, of Walthamstow, Essex. k Sir FREDERICK WELLINGTON JOHN FITZ- WYGRAM, M.P., 4th Baronet; b. Aug. 29th, 1823 ; j. his brother, Sir ROBERT, 1873; formerly Lieut. - Col. I5th Hussars ; became Col. 1863, Maj.-Gen. 1869, Lieut.-Gen. 1883 ; retired 1889 : was Col. 3rd Hussars 1884-91, since when he has been Col. I5th Hussars; served in Crimean campaign 1855 (medal with clasp, and Turkish medal) ; was Inspector- Gen, of Cav. 1879-84 ; sat as M.P. for Hampshire S. (C) 1884-5, since when he has sat for S., or Fare- ham, Div. of Hampshire : is a T.P. and a County Sveet is the love of one s country. Alderman for Hants> and a D .L. for CO. Southamp- ton : m. 1882, Angela, da. of the late Thomas Nugent Vaughan, Esq., and has issue, igatron of too Jibings All Saints' V., Lambeth, St. Crispin V., Bermondsey, Surrey. ^Jurats Argent, on a pale gules three escallops or ; over all a chevron engrailed counterchanged, and on the chief waves of the sea, thereon a ship representing an English vessel of war of the i6th century, with four masts, sails furled proper, colors flying gules. Cnst On a mount vert, a hand in armour in fesse couped at the wrist proper charged with an escallop holding a fleur-de-lis erect or. jSnpportrrs On either side an eagle with wings elevated argent, collared gules and charged on the breast with a shamrock vert. Seat Leigh Park, Havant. Clubs Carlton, Army and Navy. Son living FREDERICK LOFTUS FRANCIS, 6. Aug iith, 1884. Daughter living Angela Catherine Alice. Brother living Loftus, b. 1832; ed. at Eton, and at Univ. Coll., Oxford; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1858 : m. 1866, Lady Fanny Georgiana Danvers-Butler, sister of 6th Earl of Lanesborough, and has issue living, Selina Violet. Residence, 89, Eccleston Square, S.W. Chambers, 5, King's Bench Walk, E.G. Clubs, Carlton, Arthur's. Sister living Augusta Catherine (Lady Baker) : m. 1858, Sir George Baker, 3rd baronet, who d. 1882. Residences, 4, Hyde Park Square, W. ; Woodhouse, Lyme Regis. Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late Money Wigram, IJsq. (infra) : Issue of the late Money Wigram, Esq., b. 1823, d. 1881 : m. 1851, Anne Whitaker, who d. 1890, da. of William Whitaker Maitland, Esq., of Loughton Hall, Essex : Alfred Money, b. 1856 ; ed. at Winchester : in. 1882, Venetia Mary, da. of the Rev. John Whitaker Maitland, R. of Loughton, Essex [see Neave, Bart.], and has issue living. Venetia Gladys, Vera Maitland, Ruth Constance. Residence, 101, Eaton Place, S.W. Club, Junior Carlton. Ernest Money, b. 1862 ; ed. at Winchester, and at Oriel Coll., Oxford. Annie Gertrude. Mary. Florence Emily.