DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 295 of David Cowie, Esq., of Calcutta, and has issue living, Cecil Hungerford, b. 1887, Laurence Hungerford, b. 1889, a da., b. 1890. Residence, 4, Russell Street, Calcutta. Elphinstone, /. 1868. Alexander Townsend, b. 1869. Keith Hungerford, b. 1870. Issue of the late Welby Browne Jackson, Esq., 3rd son of ist baronet, b. 1800, d. 1890: m. ist, 1823, Catherine, who d. 1836, da. of the late John Townsend Hungerford, Esq. ; 2ndly, 1839, Maria Margaretta, who d. 1843, da. of the late Lieut. -Col. George Thomas D'Aguilar ; srdly, 1856, Elizabeth, da. of the late Thomas James Ireland, Esq., of Ousden Hall, Suffolk: (By 2nd marriage), Lowis D'Aguilar, b. 1840.- in. 1874, Margaret Springall (divorced 1887), i living, Harold D'Aguilar, b. 1877, May D'Agu is Capt. I.S.C. Issue of the late Colville Coverly Jackson, Esq., 4th son of 2nd baronet, b. 1804, b. 1858 : in. 1850, Mary, da. of Thomas Hughes, Esq. : Caroline Edith : in. 1875, Edward Briggs Kennedy, Esq. [see M. Ailsa, colls.]. Residence, The ist baronet, an East India Director, sat as M.P. for Dover ; and the 3rd baronet was murdered at Lucknow (1857) during the Indian Mutiny. MATHER-JACKSON, Creation 1869, of the Manor House, Birkenhead. Sir HENRY MATHER MATHER - JACKSON, jrd Baronet ; b. Oct. igth, 1855 ; s. his father, the Hon. Sir HENRY MATHER. M.P., Q.C., 1881 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881); is a J.P. and D.L. for Monmouth, a County Councillor for Monmouthshire, Raglan Div., and Dep. Chm. of Monmouthshire Quarter Ses- sions ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1881 ; unsuccessfully contested S. Div. of Monmouthshire (Z) 1885, and Flint Borough (LU) 1886; assumed in 1886 the additional surname of Mather: m. 1886, Ada Frances, da. of the late Gen. Edward Arthur Somer- set, M.P., C.B. [see D. Beaufort, colls.], and has issue. $rm Azure, a fesse between two goats' heads couped in chief, and a fleur-de-lis in base argent, two Haunches of the last. Crat On a ragged staff sable, a goat's head couped argent, semee of trefoils vert. Seat Llantilio Court, Abergavenny. Clubs Brooks's, Oxford and Cambridge. ________ Fortiter, fideliter, feliciter. Boldly, faithfully, successfully. Daughters living Gwladys Ada, b. Agatha Elizabeth, b. 1891. -Norah Frances, b. 1890. Brother living WILLIAM BIRKENHEAD MATHER, b. Oct. s th. 1864 ; is a J.P. for Derby snire, and Capt. Roy. Monmouth Engineer Militia. Residence, Clay Cross Hall, Chesterfield. Club, Reform. Sisters living Gertrude Elizabeth Mather. Edith Sarah Mather. Frances Blackburne Mather: m. 1891, Kevitt Rotherham, Esq. Residence, Stoke Lodge, near Coventry. Uncles living (sons of ist Baronet) William, b. 1832; ed. at Harrow; is a J.P. for Cheshire and Birkenhead ; m. 1861, Therese Isabel, da of the late Edward Howard, Esq., of Liverpool, and granddau. of the late Major Joshua Oglethorpe, formerly 2nd Lancashire Militia, and has issue living, William, b. 1870, several daus., of whom Maud Isabel: m. 1889, John Glynn, Esq., of Glyn-Isa, Hoylake, Cheshire. Residence, Forest Road, Birkenhead. Clubs, City Liberal, Magistrates'. Thomas Hughes, b. 1834 ; ed. at Harrow ; is a J.P. for Cheshire and Birkenhead, and a shipowner at Liverpool: m. 1862, Hermine, da. of the late Daniel Meinertzhagen, Esq., of Wimbledon, and has issue living, Frederick Huth, b. 1863 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, William Rudolph Peter, b. 1867, Geoftrey Meinertzhagen, b. 1869, Thomas Hughes, b. 1871, Ernest Somerville, b. 1873, Maximilian, b. 1877, Roland Octavius, b. 1879, Margaret Hermine : m. 1889, Charles Paxton Markham, Esq., of Tapton House, Chesterfield, Evelyn Johanna, Winifred Barbara Alice. Residence, The Manor House, Birkenhead. Clubs, Reform, City Liberal, National Liberal. John Peter, b. 1845; ed. at Harrow; is a J.P. for Derbyshire: in. 1 869, Florence, da. of the late William Evans, Esq. , of Cornwall Gardens, and has issue living, John Bertram, b. 1879, Edith Millicent, Ethel Beatrice, Elizabeth Beryl, Mary Florence, Margaret Alice. Residence, Stubben Edge, Ashover, Derbyshire. Clubs, Reform, Whitehall. Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet) Caroline : m. 1864, Frederick James Underwood, Esq. Residences, Belle Vue, near Sevenoaks ; 5, Hyde Park Gardens, W. Miriam Bertha: m. 1891, Matthew Ingle Joyce, Esq., Bar.-at-law. Residences, 16, Great Cumberland Place, W. ; Alton Grange, Ashby-de-la-Zouche. WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet ELIZABETH (Lady Jackson), da. of Thomas Buddicom Black- burne, Esq., of Birkenhead : m. 1854, the Hon. Sir Henry Mather Jackson, 2nd baronet, who d. 1881. Residence, Brynderi, Abergavenny. The ist baronet was successively M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyme and North Derbyshire (L). The and baronet sat as M.P. for Coventry (L) 1867-8 and 1874-81 ; he was appointed a Judge of the High Court of Judicature in March 1881, but died before taking his seat upon the Bench.
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