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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 280 Sister living Dorothy Augusta : i. 1891, John Bevill Fortescue, Esq. [see E. Fortescue]. Resi- dences, Boconnoc, Lostwithiel, Cornwall ; 39, Pont Street, S.W. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) WYNDHAM HORATIO NELSON, b. Feb. 2nd, 1825 ; ed. at Oriel Coll., Oxford ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1857. Chambers, 7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Aunt living (daughter of ist Baronet) Psyche Rose Elizabeth. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet CAROLINE DOROTHEA (Lady Hoste), da. of Charles Prideaux Brune, Esq., of Prideaux Place, Cornwall: m. ist, 1858, Rear-Adm Sir William Legge George Hoste, 2nd baronet, who d. 1868; 2ndly, 1870, Edward Greene, Esq., M.P., who d. 1891. Resi- dence, ii, Chester Square, S.W. Captain William Hoste, R. N., eldest surviving representative of a family which immigrated to England from Flanders in 1569, was created a baronet in consideration of his gallant services, but par- ticularly for the victory he achieved over the combined French and Italian squadrons, at the head of four frigates, after a brilliant action of six hours, March i3th, 1811, off the Island of Lissa, and for his able and meritorious services in capturing the fortress of Cattaro. HOULDSWORTH, Creation 1887, of Reddish, Manchester, co. Lancaster, and Coodham, Symington, Ayrshire. Sir WILLIAM HENRY HOULDSWORTH, M.P., ist Baronet, son of the late Henry Houldsworth, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Coltness, Wishaw, N.B. ; b. Aug. 2Oth, 1834 ; ed. at St. Andrew's Univ. ; is engaged in commercial pursuits at Manchester, and a County Alderman for Lancashire ; was a British Delegate to Monetary Congress 1892 ; sat as M.P. for Manchester (C) 1883-5, having been defeated there in 1880 ; has sat for N.W. Div. of Manchester (C) since Nov. 1885 : m. 1862, Elisabeth Graham, da. of Walter Crum, Esq., ofThornlie- bank, Renfrew, and has issue. flatron of nt gibing Reddish St. Elisabeth R., Lancashire. ^rms Argent, in bend between three foxes' heads erased gules, the trunk of a tree raguly eradicated proper. Crfst A stag's head erased gules, attired and collared or, round the attires a hank of cotton argent. Seats Legh Cottage, Knutsford, Cheshire ; Coodham, Ayrshire. Town Residence 35, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Flecti non frangi. Bent not broken. Sons living- HENRY HAMILTON, b. Sept. i 7 th, 1867; is Lieut. 4th Batn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). William Thomas Reginald, b. 1874. Daughters living Agnes Graham, b. 1868. - Margaret Constance, b. 1872. - Violet Frances Elisabeth, b, 1877. Houstoun-Boswall, see BoswalL HOZIER, Creation 1890, of Newlands and Mauldslie Castle, Lanarkshire. Sir WILLIAM WALLACE HOZIER, ist Baronet, el. son of the late James Hozier, Esq., of Newlands and Mauldslie Castle, Lanarkshire ; b. Feb. 24th, 1825 ; formerly Lieut. Roy. Scots Greys, Capt. and Adj. Lanarkshire Yeo. Cav., and Lieut. -Col. Comdt. 4th (Administrative) Batn. Lanarkshire Rifle Vol. ; is Lieut.-Col. (retired) Auxiliary Forces, a J.P. and D. L. for Lanarkshire, and Convener of Commrs. of Supply, and Chm. of County Council of that co. : m. 1849, Frances Anne, who d. 1891, da. of the late John O'Hara, Esq., of Raheen, co. Galway, and has issue. s Vair, on a chevron gules three besants, a chief gyronny of eight, or and sable. Clrtst A blood-hound sejant proper. Seats Mauldslie Castle, Carluke, N.B. ; Tannochside House, Bells- hill, Lanarkshire. Town Residence 16, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Clubs Carlton, Army and Navy, New (Edinburgh), Western (Glasgow). Son living JAMES HENRY CECIL, M.P., b. April 4 th, 1851 ; ed. at Eton, and at Balliol Coll., Oxtbrd ; served in Foreign Office 1874-8 ; was Diplo. Sec. at Constantinople Conference 1876-7, and Private Sec. to Marquess of Salisbury (Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs) 1878-80, and (Prime Minister) 1885-6 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for Lanarkshire ; has sat as M.P. for Lanarkshire, S. Div. (C) since 1886, having been defeated therein 1885 : in. 1880, Lady Mary Louisa Wellesley Cecil, da. of 3rd Marquess of Exeter. Residence, 22, Berkeley Square, W. Clubs, Carlton, Bachelors', St. James's, Garrick, Pratt's, White's, New (Edinburgh), Western (Glasgow). Daughters living Arabella Rose Evelyn : in. 1879, William James Gardiner Baird, only surviving son of Sir James Gardiner Baird, 7th Bart. Residence, Stevenson, Haddington, N.B. Catherine Rose. Mary Haughton. Hudson Kinahan, see Kinahan.