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222 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Sons living JOHN ARTHUR, b. June 27th, 1854 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880); is a J.P. for Ross-shire; unsuccessfully contested Tewkesbury (C) i83o: /. 1878, Alice Janet Clive, da. of the late Sir Edward Give Bayley, K.C.S.I., C.I.E. {see Metcalfe, Bart.], and has issue living, John Edward, b. 1885, Alan Arthur, b. 1887, Mabel Elizabeth, b. 1882, Marjorie Theophila, b. 1884. Residence, Inverbroom House, Garve, Ross-shire. Percival, M.I.C.E., b. 1856; is a Civil Engineer. Rev. Montague, b. 1858; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884) ; is V. of St. Lawrence, Isle of Thanet : j>r. 1889, Ada Dayrell Home, da. of the late Lieut. -Col. Edward Thomson, C.S.I. Residence, St. Lawrence Vicarage, Thanet. Evelyn, b. A free land, and a free mind. FRANKLAND, Creation 1660, of Thirkleby, Yorkshire. Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM FRANCIS GEORGE FRANK- LAND, loth Baronet; b. Sept. 2nd, 1868; s. his father, Co!. Sir WILLIAM ADOLPHUS, 1883 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. ; for- merly Lieut. 5th Batn. Roy. Dublin Fusiliers ; is Lieut. Reserve of Officers, and Capt. 3rd Batn. Bedfordshire Regt. : m. 1890, Charlotte, who d. 1892, da. of John Augustus Zerega, Esq., of New York. ^rms Azure, a dolphin naiant embowed or ; on a chief of the second, two saltires gules. Cast A dolphin argent hauriant and entwined round an anchor erect proper. Club Wellington. Brother living-ARTHUR PELHAM, b. Dec. 2 3 rd, 1874. Libera terra, liberque Sisters living Ethel Maud. Frances Cromwell. Evelyn Rose. Uncle living (son of 8th Baronet) Colville, b. 1839 ; formerjy Col. 2nd Batn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers ; commanded io2nd Regt. Dist. 1884-9 served in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp): >. 1870, Mary Jay, only da. of William Dawson, Esq., of New York, and has issue living, William Jay, b. 1876, Robert Cecil Colville, b. 1877, Thomas Hugh Colville, b. 1879, Katherine Marian Colville, Eleanor Colville, Beatrice Colville, Mary Olive Elsie Colville, b. 1887. Residence, Aunt living (daughter of 8th Baronet) Eliza Henrietta Augusta: in. 1861, Maj.-Gen. Frederick Smith Vacher, (formerly of 22nd Foot), and has issue living, Charlotte Frankland, Fanny Edith, Helen Katharine, Eliza Georgina, Maud Mary Frankland. Residence, Muntham, St. Ronans Road, Southsea. Daughters living Of 7th Baronet Emily Anne (Lady Payne-Frankland) . m. 1847, Sir William Payne-Gallwey, M.P., 2nd baronet, who d. 1881 ; assumed in 1882 by royal license the surname of Frankland in lieu of Gallwey. Residence, Thirkleby Park, Thirsk. Rosalind Alicia FRANK- LAND-RussELi.-AsTLEV ; assumed in 1872 the additional surnames of Frankland-Russell : m. 1854. Lieut. -Col. Francis L'Estrange Astley, who d. 1866, and has issue living [see B. Hastings, colls.]. Residence, Chequers Court, Aylesbury. WidOW living Of 9th Baronet LUCY DUCAREL (Lady Frankland); da. of Francis Adams, Esq., of Clifton and Cotswold Grange, Gloucestershire : m. 1864, Col. Sir William Adolphus Frank- land, gth baronet, who d. 1883. Residence, Thirkleby House, Ascot. This is an ancient Yorkshire family. The 2nd baronet married a daughter of Sir John Russell, Bart., by Frances, a daughter of Cromwell. The 7th baronet assumed by sign-manual the additional surname of Russell, after that of Frankland ; after his decease, the family estate, which had descended with the baronetcy for more than 200 years, was left to his daughter. . FRASSR, Creation 1806, of Ledeclune and Morar, Inverness-shire. Sir WILLIAM AUGUSTUS FRASER, 4th Baronet ; b. 826 ; s. his father, Lieut. - Col. Sir JAMES JOHN, 1834 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1847, M.A. 1849); sat as M.P. for Barnstaple 1852-3 and 1857-9, for Ludlow (C) 1863-5. and for Kidderminster 1874-80 ; formerly Capt. 1st Life Guards; is one of H.M.'s Body Guard in Scotland, a J.P. and a D.L. for Middlesex, and a J.P. for Westminster and London. 3rma Quarterly : ist and 4th, azure, a bend engrailed between three cinquefoils (or frasers) argent ; a canton gyronny / am ready. of eight or and sable : 2nd and 3rd, argent three antique crowns gules. CrtsJ A buck's head erased gules, ^npporltrs Two stags proper armed and unguled or, collared azure and pendent from each collar an in-escutcheon tyronny of eight or and sable, each supporter resting one foot on an anchor of the last. Club Carlton.