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246 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. GREEN, Creation 1886, of Wakefleld, Yorkshire, and Ken Hill, Norfolk. Sir EDWARD GREEN, ist Baronet, el. son of the late Edward Green, Esq., of Wakefield ; b. March 1831 ; is Proprietor of Iron and Engineering Works, a Director of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, and a J.P. for Nor- folk and W. Riding of York ; formerly Lieut. W. York Yeo. Cav. ; sat as M.P. for Wakefield (C) 1874, but was unseated ;. unsuccessfully contested Pontefract 1 880 ; again sat for Wake- field July 1885 to June 1892, when he resigned: in. 1859, Mary, da. of William Edward Lycett, Esq., of Bovdon, Cheshire, and has issue. ^rws Vert, guttee d'eau, three stags trippant or between two roses- in fesse argen(. Crtst In front of a mount vert three roses argent thereon a stag trippant or, collared vert. Waste not. Seats Nunthorpe Hall, York ; Ken Hil!

  • Carlton.

King's Lynn, Norfolk. Sons living- EDWARD LYCETT, b. 1860: m. 18 Tranby Croft, Yorkshire, and has issue living, Edward Arthur Lycett, b. 1886, a son, b. 192, Nancy Lycett, b. 1888. Clubs, Boodle's, White's. - Francis William, b. 1861. Ethel, da. of Arthur Wilson, Esq., of a son, b. 1892, C/w^, White's. GREENALL.LCreation 1876, of Walton Hall, co. Chester. Sir GILBERT GREENALL, ist Baronet, youngest son of the late Edward Greenall, Esq., of Wilderspool, Cheshire ;. b. May nth, 1806 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. of Lancashire, and a J.P. for Cheshire (High Sheriff 1873) ; sat as M.P. for Varring- ton (C) 1847-68, when he lost his seat through an error of the Mayor's poll-clerk, from Feb. 1874 till March 1880, when he was defeated, and Nov. 1885 to June 1892 : m. ist, 1836, Mary, who</. 1861, da. of David Claughton, Esq., of Haydock, Lanca- shire ; 2ndly, 1864, Susannah, da. of John Louis Rapp, Esq., and has issue by second marriage. Jiatrrm at J;ibe fillings Daresbury V., Walton V., Stockton Heath V., Grappenhall R., St. James's, Latchford V., Cheshire. rms On a bend nebuly plain cottised vert, three bugle-horns stringed of the first. Crest Between two wings or a pomme surmounted by a bugle- horn as in the arms. Seats Walton Hall, Warrington ; Tilstone House, Tarporley,. Cheshire. Clubs Carlton, St. Stephen's, Constitutional. Son living GILBERT, b. March 3oth, 1867; ed. at Eton; formerly Lieut. Cheshire Yeo. Cav. Clnb, St. Stephen's. Daughters living Susannah. - Bertha. Green-Price, see Price. WELBY-GREGORY, Creation 1801, of Denton House, Lincolnshire. Sir WILLIAM EARLE WELBY-GREGORY, 4th Baronet; b. Jan. 4th, 1829 ; s. his father, Sir GLYNNE EARLE 1875 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 2nd class Classics 1851); is a D.L. and a J.P. for cos. Lincoln (High Sheriff 1891) and Leicester, Chm. of Kesteven Quarter Sessions held at Sleaford, and Chm. and Alderman of Kesteven Div. of Lincolnshire County Council ; was Capt. Comdt. Grantham Rifle Vol. 1860-64; sat as M.P. for Grantham (C) 1857-68, and for Lincolnshire S. 1868-84; assumed in 1876 the additional) surname and arms of Gregory: m. 1863, the Hon. Victoria Alexandrina Maria Louisa (formerly a Maid of Honor to H.M.), da. of the late Hon. Charles Stuart- Wortley [see Perignem, per gladium. E. W'narncliffe, colls.], and has issue. Byjire t bysiuord. jhtr0n of <Jfifae ;Cifaings Newton-cum-Haceby R., Stroxton R. , Ked- dington R., Harston R., Leicestershire; (three turns in four) Sapperton- cum-Braceby V., Lincolnshire.