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2QO DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGK. HUGHES, Creation 1773, of Portsmouth. Sir ALFRED HUGHES, gth Baronet ; b. Jan. 3rd, 1825 ; s. his father, Rev. Sir THOMAS COLLINGWOOD, 1889 ; ed. in Germany; formerly of 33rd Regt. : m. 1851, Maria, da. of the late Col. John Smith, of Ellingham Hall, Norfolk, and has issue. Drills Azure, a lion rampant or. Crtst A ion couchant or. Residence East Bergholt Lodge, Suffolk. SODS living ALFRED COLLINGWOOD, b. May lath, 1854: ;. 1880, Elsie, da. of John Johnasson, Esq., of 55, Queen's Gate, S.W., and has issue living, Reginald Johnasson, b. 1882, Muriel Elsie, b. 1890. Resi- dence, 10, Portland Terrace, Southsea. Hugh St. John, b. 1857: m. 1890, Eleanor Frances, da. of the Rev. Joseph Walker, R. of Great Billing, Northants. Resilience, Sandakan, Borneo. Ralph Townshend, b. 1864 : m. 1892, Mary, da. of John Addison Birkbeck, Esq., of The Priory, Crosmont, near Whitby. Residence, Nor- manby, Yorkshire. Robert Heywood, b. 1865. Hubert Edgar, b. 1867. Daughters living Evangeline Lockhart : m. 1881, John Ramsay Drake, Esq. Residence, St. Helen's, Sydenham, S.E. Florence Mary: in. 1881, Arthur Deane, Esq. Residence, Minster House, Winchester. Gratiana Lucy. Gertrude Maria : in. 1888, Frederick William Temple- town Robinson, Esq., Lieut. 2nd Batn. Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.).. Sybil Jessie: tn. 1890, Godolphin Henry Vane Milbank, Esq. [see Milbanke, Bart., colls.]. Residences, Stutton, Ipswich ; Newsham, Yorkshire. Constance. Brother living John William St. John, b. 1837 ; formerly Capt. 8th Foot : m. 1863, Jessie Ann Atkinson, who d. 1879, da. of the late William Gardiner, Esq., and has issue living, Frederick St. John, b. 1866, Alfred Collingwood, b. 1868, Edith Anne Elizabeth, Grace Atkinson : m. 1887, George Alfred Shenley, Esq., Barbara Susan, Evangeline. Residence, Hamble, South Hants. Sister living Constance. Residence, Widow living Of 8th Baronet MARY AGNES WINWOOD (Lady Hitghes), da. of Sir William Smith, 3rd baronet : m. ist 1881, as his second wife, the Rev. Sir Thomas Collingwood Hughes, 8th baronet, who d. 1889 ; 2ndly, 1890, R. H. Gunning, Esq., M.D., LL.D. Residence, 12, Addison Crescent, Kensington, W. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Rev. Robert Edgar Hughes. 2nd son of 8th baronet, b. 1822, d. 1863 : m. 1857, Frances Eleanor, da. of the late Christopher Robert Pemberton, Esq., of Newton Hall, Cambridge : Beatrice Mary : m. 1884, Jerome James Guiry, Esq. Residence, Peppardstown, co. Tipperary. Cecil Frances Grace : m. 1886, Major Benjamin Donisthorpe Alsop Donne, Roy. Sussex Regt., and serving with Egyptian Army. Grandchildren of the late William Hughes, Esq. (infra) : Issue of the late William Collingwood Hughes, Esq., b. 1830, d. 1889 : m. 1855, Fanny Agnes, da. of Lieut.-Col. James Fynmore, R.M. : Collingwood James, b. 1872. Fanny Jane. Elizabeth Bethia. Grace Maud. Lilian Rosina, Eva Mary. Issue of the late William Hughes, Esq., 4th son of 3rd baronet, b. 1803, d. 1861 : m. 18 , Jane Caroline, da. of Edward Knapman, Esq., of Bideford : Arthur, b. 1836 : in. 1860, Penelope Susannah, da. of Henry Thwaites, Esq., and has issue living, Arthur, b. 1861, Alfred Collingwood, b. 1864, Edward, b. 1867, Robert, b. 1870, Mary Frances, Edith. Elizabeth. Issue of the late Arthur Hughes, Esq., sth son of 3rd baronet, b. 1805, d. 1838: tn. ist, 1826, Frances, da. of William Burnard, Esq..; andly, 1838, the Hon. Anna Maria, who d. 1864, da. of loth Baron Petre : Ellen Hamilton. The ist baronet, Capt. Sir Richard Hughes, R.N., when Commissioner of Portsmouth Dockyard (1773), entertained George III. Sir Richard, the 2nd baronet, Adm. of the Red, was second in com- mand under Lord Howe at the relief of Gibraltar ; he also captured the " Soiitaire," and gained a victory against the French off Barbados 1782. HULSE, Creation 1739, of Lincoln's Inn Fields. Sir EDWARD HULSE, 5th Baronet; b. April 2nd, 1809 ; s. his father, Sir CHARLES, 1854 ; ed. at 'Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1829, M.A. 1834, and Fellow of All Souls' Coll.) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Hants (High Sheriff 1868) and Wilts : m. 1854, Katharine Jane, da. of the Very Rev. Henry Parr Hamilton, F. R.S., Dean of Salisbury, and has issue. Vrnis Per fesse argent and ermine, three piles, one issuing from the chief, between the others reversed, sable. Crtst A buck's head couped proper attired or, charged on the neck with a plate surmounted by two bezants ; between the attires a sun of the last. Seat Breamore House, near Salisbury. Town Residence 47, Port- land Place, W. Clubs Athenaeum, Carlton. Sons living EDWARD HENRY, M.P., b. Aug. 25th, 1859 ; ed. at Eton, and at Brasenose Coll., Oxford ? formerly Capt. Roy. Wiltshire Yeo. Cav. ; is a J.P. for Hants, and