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2 54 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Lieut. Manchester Regt., and a Probationer fir I.S.C., Guy Campbell, Henry Ross, Jessie Helen : ;. 1891, Capt. Leonard Wilkinson Cleveland Kerrich, Madras Cav. Jessie. Isabella Grace.^ Lucy Bridgeman. The ist baronet was successively Minister Plenipotentiary at the Courts of Berlin and St. Petersburg, and the 2nd baronet was successively M.P. for Hastings, Wigan, and East Grinstead. HAGGERSTONE, Creation 1643, of Haggerstone, Northumberland. Sir JOHN DE MARIE HAGGERSTONE, gth Baronet ; b. Nov. 27th, 1852 ; ed. at Ushaw Coll., Durham ; s. his father, Sir JOHN. 1858 : w. 1887, Marguerite, da. .of Lewis Eyre, Esq., of 78, Redcliffe Gardens, S.W. 3rms Azure, on a bend cotissed argent three billets sable. Crrsl A lion passant argent. Seat Ellingham Hall, Chathill, Northumberland. Brother living EDWARD CHARLTON DE MARIE, />. Feb. 8th, 1857 ; ed. at Ushaw Coll., Durham. Club, Wellington. Sisters living Mary Julia : m. 1879, Lieut. -Col. Robert Lewis Arathoon, formerly of Northamptonshire Regt., and has issue living, John Joseph, /;. 1880, Edward Benedict, 6. 1884, Mary Cecilia, Winifred Margaret, Dorothea, Roberta. Residence, Parrock Manor, Gravesend. Wini- fred Josephine de Marie. Residence, 4, Pembroke Road, Kensington, W. Daughters living Of 6th Baronets-Emma ; is a nun. Residence, St. Mary's Priory, Prince- thorpe, Rugby. Charlotte Louisa ; is a nun. Residence, St. Mary's Priory, Princethorpe, Rugby. Collateral Branches living. Descendants of the late William Haggerston-Constable, Esq., and son of 3rd baronet : Baron Herries, and his heirs male. A John de Haggerstone was one of the Scottish Barons who swore fealty to King Edward in 1296. Sir Thomas, ist baronet, commanded a regiment in the army of King Charles I. T exercise, HALFORD, Creation 1809, of Wistow Hall, Leicestershire. Sir HENRY ST. JOHN HALFORD, C.B., 3rd Baronet ; b. Aug. gth, 1828 ; s. his father, Sir HENRY, 1868 ; ed. at Eton, and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1849) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for cos. Leicester and Northampton (High Sheriff 1872), Chm. of Quarter Sessions for co. Leicester, and of Leicestershire County Council, Hon. Col. ist Vol. Batn. Leicestershire Regt., and a Member of War .Office Committee on Small Arms; C.B. 1885: i. 1853, Elizabeth Ursula, da. of the late William John Bagshawe, Esq., of The Oaks, and Wormhill Hal]> Derbyshire. $atron of Stoo-CifaingsH-Kilby V., Wistow V. with Newton Harcourt C., Leicestershire. ^nns Argent, a greyhound passant sable, on a chief azure a rose argent between two fleurs- de-lis or ; on a canton ermine a staff entwined with a serpent proper, and ensigned by a coronet composed of crosses-patee and fleur-de-lis. Crtsts ist, a staff entwined by a serpent proper, and ensigned by a coronet composed of crosses-patee and fleurs-de-lis ; 2nd, a greyhound's head, couped at the neck sable collared or. Supporters Two emews proper, each gorged with a coronet composed of crosses-patee and fleurs-de-lis. Residences Wistow, Leicester ; Newton Harcourt Manor House, Leicester. Clubs Carlton, Constitutional. Brother living Rev. JOHN FREDERICK, b. May i6th, 1830 ed. a Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1852, M.A. 1858); is V. of Brixworth : m. 1856, Ismene, da. of J. S. Andrews, Esq. Residence, Brixworth Vicarage, near Northampton. Sister living Elizabeth Barbara : HI. 1846, Albert Pell, Esq. Residence, Hazelbeach, Northampton. The ist baronet, Sir Henry, Physician to George III., George IV., William IV., and Queen Victoria, was the son of Dr. Vaughan, an eminent physician at Leicester, and on his creation as baronet assumed the name of Halford, under the will of his maternal great-grandfather, Sir Richard Halford. Several of Sir Henry's brothers attained eminence, viz., (/) the Rt. Hon. Sir John Vaughan, successively a Baron of the Exchequer and a Judge of the Common Pleas, (it) the Very Rev. Peter Vaughan, D.D., Dean of Chester and Warden of Merton College, Oxford, (///) the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Richard Vaughan, successively Envoy Extraordinary to the United States of America and Ambassador to Constantinople, and (?V) the Rev. Edward Thomas Vaughan, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Vicar of St. Martin's, Leicester, a profound theologian, and author of numerous theological works.