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296 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. JAFFRAY, Creation 1892, of Skilts, Studley, Warwickshire. Sir JOHN JAFFRAY, ist Baronet, son of John Jaffray. Esq., of Stirling; b. Oct. nth, 1818 ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire (High Sheriff 1888), a J.P. for Birming- ham and for co. Worcester, Founder of the Jaffray Chronic Hospital, near Birmingham, and a Director of Lloyd's Banking Co. : m. 1850, Hannah, da. of W. Munton, Esq., of Bourne, Lincolnshire, and has issue. -rrns Argent, three pallets sable, surmounted of afesse cotised gules, thereon four mullets or. Crest. In front of two palm branches in orle vert, a mullet as in the arms. Seats Skilts, Warwickshire ; Park Grove, Edgbaston, Birmingham. Club Reform. Post nubila Phoebus. After clouds sunshine. Sons living WILLIAM, b. June sth, 1852 ; is a J.P. for Warwickshire : m t g m tuM Augusta) ^, ho d. 1886, youngest da. of Sir Francis Edward Scott. 2nd and 3rd Bart. (crs. 1806). Residence, Skilts, Studley, Warwickshire. - John Munton, b. 1853 ; is a J.P. for Hants : m. 1877, Edith Mary Selina, da. of the Rev. Thomas Edmund Franklyn, of Old Dalby Hall, Leicestershire, and has issue living, Edith Mabel, b. 1878, Gladys Hope, b. 1882. Residence, The Stydd House, Lyndhurst. Daughter living Annie : m. 1879, Albert Cay, Esq., and has issue living, Albert Jaffray, b. 1880. Residence, Woodside, Kenilworth. JAMES, Creation 1823, of Dublin. SVrJoHN KINGSTON JAMES, K.B., 2nd Baronet; b. Feb. 26th, 1815; s. his father, Sir JOHN KINGSTON, 1869; ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1835, M.A. 1840); formerly Lieut. Inniskilling Dragoons ; as eldest son of a baronet received knighthood 1854 : m. 1839, Frances Isabella, who d. 1887, da. of T. F. Wilkinson, Esq., of Cahirelly Castle, co. Limerick. glrms Quarterly, vert and gules, a cross argent charged with a ship in full sail between four anchors erect azure ; in the ist and -jth quarters, a dolphin naiant of the third between three cross-crosslets or ; in the 2nd and 3rd, a lion passant-guardant of the last between three fleurs-de-lis argent. Crtst Issuing from a ducal coronet or, a swan proper, beaked gules, holding therein a dart gold, feathered argent, pointed towards the breast. Motto ober ^rms " A jamais " {For ever). Pro Deo, patna, et rege. * * ' For God, my country, C/K* Army and Navy. and my king. Brothers living Benjamin Robert, b. i2o, formerly Paymaster sist and 24th Regts. Club, Constitutional. Charles Henry, b. 1828; formerly Capt. and Paymaster Roy. Ayrshire Rifles ; formerly senior Official Assignee of Irish Court of Bankruptcy : m. 1859, Katharine Mary, who d. 1875, da. of the late Rev. John Rowley, LL.D., and has issue living, John Kingston Rowley, b. 1863, Charles Pierce Rowley, b. 1864, Kingston Gerald Henry, b. 1870, Sophie Alice Mary, Charlotte Mary, Helen Cerise Fullarton, Virginia Lydia Adelaide, Fanny Isabella Digby. Residence, 4, Buckingham Vale, Clifton, Bristol. Club, Salisbury (Clifton). Sisters living Alicia. Charlotte Isabella. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Francis Edward James, and son of ist baronet, b. 1816, d. 1886 : m. 1849, Helen Donald, da. of the late John Fullarton, Esq. : JOHN KINGSTON FULLARTON, b. Dec. 2nd, 1852. Club, Windham. Gavin Fullarton, b. 1859 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll., and at Gonville and Caius Coll., Camb. (B.A. 18 , M.A. 18 ) : Bar. Inner Temple 1883. Francis Edward, b. 1861 : ed. at Cheltenham Coll., and at Merton Coll., Oxford. Edward Albert, b. 1862. Club, Constitutional. Fullarton, b. 1864 ; ed. at Magdalene Coll, Camb. (B.A. 1886); Bar. Gray's Inn, 1891; is Capt. jrd Batn. Roy. Scots Fusiliers. Club, Constitutional. Charles Henry, b. 1870. Herbert William, b. 1873. Mary Anne Fullarton. Helen Donald Fullarton. This family came originally from Somersetshire. Thomas, whose father, Capt. Thomas James, undertook, by the command of Charles I., a voyage to discover the north-eastern passage, sold his estates in Somersetshire, went to Ireland as an officer in Cromwell's army at the time of the Rebellion, and eventually settled in King's County. The ist baronet, Sir John Kingston, K.B., was Lord Mayor of Dublin 1821-2 and 1840-41.