284 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Pax et amor. Peace and love. HODSON, Creation 1789, of Holybrooke House, Wicklow. Sir ROBERT ADAIR HODSON, 4th Baronet ; b. Sept. aQth, 1853 ; s. his father, Sir GEORGE FREDERICK JOHN, 1888 ; ed. at Haileybury Coll. ; is Major 4th Batn. Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers), and a J.P. and D.L. for co. Wicklow. ^rms Sable, a chevron between three martlets or. Crrst A dove close azure, beaked and membered or, holding in her beak in olive-branch proper. Seats Holybrooke House, Bray, co. Wicklow ; Green Park, Mullingar, co. Westmeath. Brothers living RICHARD EDMOND, b. Dec. ist, 1856; is a J.P. for co. Cork : m. 1892, Margaret, da. of the late Rev. Stanley Pemberton. Residence, Coolfadda House, Bandon, co. Cork. Club, Cork co. Gilbert Neville, b. 1859. Club, Kildare Street. Sister living Meriel Anne. Widow living Of 3rd Baronet MERIEL ANNE (Lady Hudson), da. of the late Rev. Richard Neville, of Clonpriest, co. Cork : m. 1852, Sir George Frederick John Hodson, who d. 1888. Residence, Holybrooke House, Bray, co. Wicklow. Sir Robert is descended in direct line from the Rev. John Hodson, who belonged to a family long settled at Houghton, Staffordshire, and who assisted in the escape of King Charles I. from Oxford in 1646. After the Restoration, Dr. Hodson was successively Dean of Clogher and Bishop of Elphin ; he died 1686. Hoghton, see De Hoghton. Holyoake-Goodricke, see Goodricke. HOME, Creation 1671, of Blackadder, Berwick. Look tc Vie end. j r j AMES HOME, i oth Baronet ; b. Sept. 2 8th, 1861 ; s. his father, Sir GEORGE HOME- SPEIRS; ed. at Harrow; formerly Lieut, ist Batn. Black Watch (Roy. Highlanders) ; served during Egyptian Campaign 1882-5 (medal with five clasps, bronze star) ; claims dormant Scottish Earldom of Dunbar, cr. 1607 : ;/;. 1892, Amy Eliza, da. of the late William Arthur Green, Esq., of San Francisco. ^rms Quarterly : ist, azure on a chevron argent three roses gules, Blackadder ; 2nd, vert, a lion rampant argent langued and armed gules, Home ; 3rd, argent, three popin- jays, vert beaked and limbed gules, Pepdie ; 4th, argent, a cross engrailed azure, Sinclair. Crtst An adder sable in pale, holding in its mouth a rose gules, leaved and stalked vert. $npp0rtas Dexter, an otter ; sinister, a falcon, both proper. Club Naval and Military. Brother living JOHN, b. July gth, 1872. Club, Grosvenor. Sisters living Catherine : >. 1891, the Rev. Alwyne Compton Howard Rice, Chap. R.N. _see B. Boston, colls.l. Anna Beatrice : >. 1886, Capt. Alfred Harold Middleton (formerly 93rd High- landers), of 3rd Batn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), and whose Clubs are Naval and Military, New. Residence, Bardowie House, Milngavie, N.B. Alice Georgina : m. 1890, James Mackenzie, Esq., and has issue living, Violet Alice, b. 1891. Residence, WidOW living Of 9thBaronet ANN QLIYHANT (Latfy 'Home-Speirs), da. of the late Graham Speirs, Esq., of Midlothian : m. 1858, Sir George Home-Speirs, 9th baronet, who d. 1887. Residence, 5, Ted worth Square, S.W. The gth baronet in 1878 assumed the additional surname of Speirs. HONYMAN, Creation 1804, of Armadale, Sutherlandshire. Rev. Sir WILLIAM MACDONALD HONY- MAN, 5th Baronet; b. Aug. 3ist, 1820; s. his brother, the Hon. Sir GEORGE, 1875 ; ed. at Worcester Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1845, M.A. 1847) ; is a J.P. for Salop: m. 1863, Jane Dorothea, da. of Major Bowen (formerly of loth Hussars), of Pantyderry, Pembrokeshire. ^rws Argent, on a bend engrailed gules, a bendlet, of the field. Crtst An arrow in pale point downwards or, feathered argent, jiapporttrs Two lions rampant-guardant Progredere, ne regredere. Advance, recede not. proper. Residence Colon Hall, Whitchurch, Salop. Sister living Mary Hester Lilly Rosalie: m. 1868, the Rev. Thomas Bearcroft, who d. 1877, R. of Fitz, and
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