294 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Vere Isham, 2nd son of 7th baronet : Issue of the late John Vere Isham, Esq., b. 1803, d. 1883 : m. ist, 1830, Mary, who d. 1856, only da. of William Wood, Esq., of Brixworth, Northamptonshire ; 2ndly, 1861, Emily (now of Talgarth Road, W. Kensington, W.),da. of John Kinch, Esq. : VERE, b. May loth, 1862 ; is Capt. 2nd Batn. Suffolk Regt. Club, Junior Carlton. Issue of the late Rev. Robert Isham, b. 1805, d. 1800: m. 1832, Martha Jane Elinor, da. of the late Rev. William Wilson, of Knowle Hall, Warwickshire : Martha Jane. Elinor : in. 1880, the Rev. Henry Vere Packe [see infraj. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Robert Isham (ante) : Issue of the late Louisa, d. 1891 : in. 1856, Maj.-Gen. Charles Scudamore Longden, of Oak- wood, Crawley, Sussex : Re-'. Henry Isham, b. 1859; ed. at Wellington Coll., and at Keble Coll., Oxford (B.A. iS , M.A. 1886); is R. of Shangton. Residence, Shangton Rectory, Leicester. Charles Robert, b. 1862 ; ed. at Westward Ho ! Coll. ; is in Roy. Naval Reserve, and an Officer in P. and O. Steamship Co. Arthur Edmund, b. 1864 ; ed. at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Capt. Army Ser. Corps. Wilfrid Maurice Murray, b. 1870 ; ed, at Worcester Coll., Oxford. Evelyn Elinor. Issue of the late Rev. Vere Isham (ante), b. 1774, d. 1845 : in. 1800, Jane, who d. 1811, da. of John Chambers, Esq. : Eliza : in. 1821, Col. Henry Packe. who d. 1859, and has issue living, Robert Christopher, b. 1824, Rev. Henry Vere, b. 1826 ; ed. at Brasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1848); is R. of Lamport, North- ampton: in. ist, 1858, Helen Sarah, who d. 1877, da. of Stewart Cranford' Bruce, Esq.; 2ndly, 1880, Elinor, da. of the Rev. Robert Isham [see ante], Horatio, b. 1835 ; is a retired Com. R.N. ; served in Crimean war 1854-5 (medal with clasp, and Baltic and Turkish medals), and in China war 1859-60 (medal); was Vice-Consul and Acting Consul at Cherbourg 1875-6: m. 1863, Mary Anna, who d. 1881, da. of the late John George Musters, Esq., Edward, b. 18 , Anne Jane : m. 1846, the Rev. Thomas Anchitel Anson, R. of Longford, Derby, Maria : in. 1854, Rev. Charles Philips. Buckworth, who d. 1865, Frances Catherine, Emily (Lady Scott}, of Sundridge Park, Bromley, Kent: in. 1865, Sir Edward Henry Scott, 5lh baronet, who d. 1883. Residences, Twyford Hall, East Dereham ; 20, Upper Berkeley Street, W. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Henry Charles Isham, 3rd son of 7th baronet : Issue of the late Rev. Arthur Isham, b. 1809, d. 1802 : m. 1840, Charlotte Elizabeth, who d. 1892, da. of Sir Patrick Murray, 6th baronet : Arthur Charles, b. 1847 ; ed. at Rugby, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford : 'in. 1887, Evelyn Rose, da. of the late Richard William Selby-Lowndes, Esq., of Elmers, Bleichley, and has issue living, Vere Arthur Richard, b. 1889, Dorothy Evelyn Vere, b. 1888, Elizabeth Mary Victoria, b. 1891. Residence', The Hollies, Clipston, Northants. Anna. Residence, Cawood House, Reigate. The Isham family, probably of Saxon origin, took their name from the village of Isham in Northamptonshire, where land was given them by William I. Gyles Isham sat for Peterborough in Queen Mary's first Parliament. Sir John, the ist baronet, who had been previously knighted, was High Sheriff of Northamptonshire. The 2nd baronet, Sir Justinian, M.P. for Northamptonshire, a staunch Royalist, suffered severely for his loyalty, both in person and estate. Sir Justinian, the 4th baronet, M.P. for Northamptonshire, upon the landing of the Prince of Orange, appeared in arms near Nottingham, with several lords and gentlemen who had formed themselves into a troop, as a guard to the Princess Anne, under the command of Dr. Compton, Bishop of London. Sir Edmund, the 6th baronet, was also M.P. for Northamptonshire. JACKSON, Creation 1815, of Arlsey, Bedfordshire. Sir KEITH GEORGE JACKSON, 4th Baronet; b. Aug. 2nd, 1842 ; s. his brother, Sir MOHNTSTUART GOOD- RICKE, 1857 ; ed. at Magdalen Coll., Camb. ; formerly Lieut. 83rd Foot: m. 1875, Alice, da. of Charles Francis Montresor, Esq., formerly of B.C.S., and has issue. ^rms Argent, on a fesse between a goat's head couped in chief gules and a ship in full sail in base proper, a greyhound courant, between two pheons or, within a bordure gules charged with eight bezants. Cnst A goat's head couped argent guttee de sang, armed and bearded or, gorged with a collar gules charged with three bezants, from the collar a line reflexed of the third, the rings gold. Residence Buenos Ayres. Sons living-ROBERT MONTRESOR, b. March nth. 1876. Francis Gorham, b. 1878. Sisters living Anna Madeline: m. 1859, Elphinstone Jackson, Esq., who d. 1873, a Judge of High Court, Bengal, and has issue living [see colls., infra]. Residence. Windsor. Julia Honoria Catherine. Monimia Emily : in. 1888, Capt. Pascal Robaglia. Residence, Bonilacio, Corsica. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late John Jackson, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1799, d. 1869 : m. 1832, Honoria Anna Maria, who d. 1869, da. of James Daniell, Esq. : Keith Robert, b. 18 . Welby, b. 18 . Hugh, b. 18 . Lindsay, b. 18 . Astell, b. 18 . Catherine. Charlotte. Grandchildren of the late Welby Brown Jackson, Esq. (infra) : Issue of the late Elphinstone Jackson, Esq., b. 1824, d. 1873 : ;. 1859, Anna Madeline [ante}, da. of Sir Keith Alexander Jackson, 2nd baronet : Mountstuart Hungerford, b. 1860; is in Public Works Depart., India: in. 1886, Ethel Beatrice, da.
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