253 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. rms Gules, three cinquefoils argent. Cmt An armed man from the middle brandishing a sword aloft proper. jjnpporttrs Two men in armour each bearing a banner of the family. Residence Woodgaters, Southwater, Horsham, Sussex. SOUS living WILLIAM, b. Dec. 4th, 1868. John, b. 1873. Daughters living Janet. Elizabeth. Mary. Eliza. Brothers living Hubert HAMILTON, b. 1834; ed. at Glasgow Univ., and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1857, M.A. 1859); Advocate Scotland 1860; is Sheriff Substitute of Edinburgh: /. 1868, Louisa Wentworth, da. of Laurence Davidson, Esq. Residence, 55, Manor Place, Edinburgh. Thomas HAMILTON, b. 1843 ; ed. at Edinburgh Univ. (M.B. 1865); F.R.C.S. Edin. 1868': m. 1873, Helen, da. of the late J. W. Nutt, Esq. Residence, Melrose House, Green Lanes, Stoke New- ington, N. This baronetcy became dormant 1701. The 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th baronets (de jure) did not assume the title. In 1816, William Hamilton, advocate, was served heir male to Sir Robert Hamilton, 2nd baronet, and in 1834 resumed the title as gth baronet, and subsequently became celebrated as a logician and metaphysician. Laudari a laudato. To be praised by one already praised. HAMMICK, Creation 1834, of Cavendish Square, London. Sir ST. VINCENT ALEXANDER HAMMICK, 3rd Baronet ; b. April loth, 1839; s. his father, Rev. Sir ST. VINCENT LOVE, 1888; ed. at Harrow, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1861) ; is Col. in the Army, and A.A.G., Egypt ; formerly A.A.G. Hyderabad Subsidiary Force ; was D.A.A.G. of N. Dist. 1888-9, and of N.E. Dist. 1889-91 ; served in New Zealand war 1864-5 (medal, and specially mentioned in despatch) : m. ist, 1869, Penelope Sarah Blanche, who d. 1886, 2nd da. of the late Charles William Beauclerk, Esq., of Winchfield House, Hants; 2ndly, 1890, Elinor, da. of the Rev. Sir Gilbert Frankland Lewis. 3rd Bart., and has issue by ist marriage. ^urm* Paly of four or and vert, a bordure ermine charged with seven hurts, on a chief azure lion passant argent, test A demi-lion per pale or and vert holding an escarbuncle, gold. Residence Cairo, Egypt. ' Club Army and Navy. Son living STEPHEN FREDERICK, b. Feb. 2nd, 1871. Daughters living Blanche. Grace. Brothers living Robert Frederick, R.N., b. 1843 ; became Capt. 1884 ; served in New Zealand war 1867, wounded (medal): m. 1884, Grace Caroline, da. of the late William Longman, Esq., of Ashlyns, Great Berkhampstead, and has issue living, George Frederick, b. 1885, Alexander Robert, b. 1887, Ida Grace, b. 1888. Residence, The Glen, Queenstown, Ireland. Stephen, b. 1846; is in Bom. C.S. : m. 1885, Constance, da. of Lieut.-Gen. Frederick Schneider, of Watering- bury, Kent, and has issue living, St. Vincent Frederick, b. 1886, Eustace, b. 1888, Ernest Lumsden, b. 1890. Residence, Ahmednagar, Bombay. William Maxwell, b. 1848 ; was Mayor of Salisbury 1886 : m. 1879, Jane Hussey, who d. 1882, da. of the late George Barnard Townsend, Esq., of The Close, Salisbury, and has issue living, Robert Townsend. b. 1882, Georgina Mary, Jane Alexander. Residence, The Close, Salisbury. Rcz>. Ernest Austin, b. 1850. Residence, The Parsonage, Blackall, Queensland. John Eustace, b. 1852 ; is a member of Lloyd's. Murray, b. 1854; ed. at Charterhouse; is in M.C.S. : m. 1883, Ada Constance, da. of Maj.-Gen. Arthur Thaddeus Searle, I.S.C., and has issue living, Henry Alexander, b. 1890, Lorna, Dorothy. Residence, Madras. Residence^ 2, Eldon Road, Hampstead, N.W. WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet MARY (Lady Hammick), da. of the late Robert Alexander, Esq., Member of Council in India : m. 1837, Rev. Sir St. Vincent Love Hammick, 2nd baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, Kilmaurs, Torquay. The ist baronet was an eminent surgeon and physician. Hamond-Groeme, see Grceme.
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