DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 2I 5 living, Stanley Fleming b. 1889, Hugh b. 1891, Elizabeth May /. 1887, Dorothy b. 1888, John, b. 1865 ; ed. at Windermere and Epsom Colls., William Michael, b. 1871, Margaret Carter, Charlotte, Jane Isabella. Residence, Laurel Bank, Ambleside, Westmoreland. Isabella Maria : ;. 1861, Edmund Henry Ensor, Esq., who d. 1884, and has issue living, Edmund Alfred le Fleming (of Dalbeg, New Zealand), /. 18 : in. 1884, Iniz Agnes, da. of Charles Pern berton, Esq., of Sefton, New Zealand, and has issue living, Eleanor Isabel b. 1885, Leonora May b. 1887, John Henry, b. 18 ; is Capt. I2th Lancers, and attached to Army Pay Depart., Charles Leonard, /'. 18 , George Herbert, b. 18 , Ellen Mary, Margaret, Alice Blanche. Residence, Creek Cottage, Christchurch, New Zealand. Widow living Of 7th Baronet ELIZABETH (Lady le Fleming), da. of Capt. Boddie, of the Russian Navy : in. 1852, Sir Michael le Fleming, 7th Baronet, who d. 1883. Residence, Dalemaine, Rangiora, Canterbury, New Zealand. This family is descended from Sir Michael le Fleming, a kinsman of Baldwin, Earl of Flanders, who, having assisted William the Conqueror against the Scots, received various manors in Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland. The ist baronet sat as M.P. for Westmoreland 1696-1707, and the 2nd baronet was Bishop of Carlisle 1734-47. FLETCHER, Creation 1782, of Clea Hall, Cumberland. Sir HENRY FLETCHER, M.P., 4th Baronet ; b. Sept. 24th, 1835; s. his father, Sir HENRY, 1851; ed. at Eton; formerly Lieut. Grenadier Guards, Cornet Cumberland and Westmoreland Veo. Cav. , and Major 2nd Surrey Rifle Vol. ; is Lieut. -Col. Comdg. 2nd Vol. Batn. Roy. Sussex Regt., and Hon. Col., a J.P. and D.L. for Sussex, a County Councillor for Western Div. of Sussex, Angmering Div., and a J.P. for Surrey; sat as M.P. for Horsham (C) 1880-5, since when he has sat for Mid, or Lewes, Div. of Sussex ; was Parliamentary Groom-in- Waiting to H.M. July 1885 to Jan. 1886: m. 1859, Agnes, da. of the late Sir John Morillyon Wilson, C.B., K.H. 3rms Argent, a cross engrailed sable between four pellets each charged with a pheon argent. Crist A horse's head argent, charged with a trefoil gules. Seat Ham Manor, Angmering, Sussex. Clubs Carlton, Turf, Constitutional. ,, ,- . Martis non cupidims. Of war, not oflwe. Brothers living LANCELOT, 6. March i3th, 1846 ; is a Solicitor : ;. ist, 1875, Gertrude Isabella, who d. 1878, da. of John Howell, Esq. ; 2ndly, 1882, Emily Harriet, da. of the Rev. Nugent Wade, M. A., R. of St. Anne's, Soho, and Canon of Bristol, and has issue living (by 2nd marriage), Henry Lancelot, b. 1887, Kathleen Margaret, b. 1884. Residence, Hookwood, Limpsfield, Surrey. Offices, i, Howard Street, Strand, W.C. Club, Union -- Philip, b. 1848; ed. at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1871, M.A. 187-). - John Lowther, b. 1851. Sisters living Edith. - Adelaide Maria : ;. 1863, the Rev. Horace Edward Chapman, and has with other issue living, Horace Arthur Bruce, b. 1866 : in. 1891, Frances Beatrice, da. of William Pinckne-'. 1 Eyj., of Milford Hill, Salisbury, Helen Mary : in. 1890, Albert Darell Tupper Carey. Resident's, onhead St. Andrew's Rectory, Salisbury. Eliza Emily, in. 1890, William Victor Foster, "oV s Residence, Henri rruetcher, Esq., of Cockermouth, entertained Mary, Queen of Scots, on her journey from Working/7/jnj.o Carlisle, 1568, and presented her with robes of velvet, for which she returned him a letter of (ua..!cs. From him descended Sir Richard Fletcher, whose son, Henry, was created a baronet, 1640. He raised a regiment for Charles I., and was slain at Rawton Heath. This baronetcy expired with Sir Henry, 3rd baronet, who died a monk at Douay. Sir Henry, ist baronet of the present creation, was a Com. in Navy of H.E.I. C., a distinguished Director of the East India Co., and M.P. for Cumberland 1768-1802. FLOYD, Creation 1816. Sir JOHN FLOYD, 3rd Baronet; b. 1823; s. his father, Major-Gen. Sir HENRY FLOYD, 1868 ; formerly Capt. 3rd Foot, and Major 2nd Royal Lanark Militia: m. 1851, Thomasina Harriet, who d. 1856, da. of the Right Hon. Sir Frederick Shaw, P.C., 3rd Baronet. Drills Sable, a lion rampant-reguardant argent, on a chief embattled or a sword erect proper, pommel and hilt or, the blade passing through an eastern crown gules, between two tigers' faces also proper. Crtst A lion rampant-reguardant argent, murally crowned gules, bearing a flag (represent- ing the standard of Tippoo Sultaun) flowing to the sinister proper. Club National. - Brothers living WILLIAM MURRAY,*. March 2oth, 1826: 111. 1887, Lucy Anne, da. of the late Robert Fausset, Esq., J.P., of Willesborough, Sligo. Residence Sidmouth. - Robert Peel, b. 1828 ; served in 8sth Regt. ; formerly Capt. 2nd Cheshire Militia ; elected a Town Counsellor of Bath 1883, and County Councillor of Bath, Lansdown Div., 1889: m. ist, 1852, Mary Jane, who d. 1853, da. of Henry Carew, Esq., of Aysh- Patiens pulveris atque sol is. Bearing patiently the dust aitd the sun. ford, Sidmouth; 2ndly, 1855' Jane 'Caroline, who d. 1885, widow of Charles William Montgomery,
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