298 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. JEJEEBHOY, Creation 1857, of Bombay. Sir JAMSETJEE JEJEEBHOY, C.S.L, 3rd Baronet ; b. March 3rd, 1851 ; s. his father, Sir JAMSETJEE, 1877, and assumed the name of Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy in lieu of Manekjee Cursetjee ; is a Parsee merchant, a Magistrate, and a M.L.C. of Bombay: HI. 1869, Jerbai, da. of Shapoorjee Dhunjeebhoy, and has issue. fmng Azure: a sun rising above a representation of "the Ghauts" (mountains near Bombay) in base, and in chief two bees volant, all proper. Crtst A mount vert, thereon a peacock amidst wheat, and in the beak an ear of wheat all proper. Seat Mazagon Castle, Bombay. Son livlng-CURSETJEE, b. Nov. nth, 1878. Industry and liberality. Daughters living Dinbai. Cooverbai. Brothers living Cowasjee Cursetjee, b. 1852 : m. 1869, Goolbai Rustamjee Wadia. Jamsetjee Cursetjee, b. 1860: m. 1882, Awabai Shapoorjee Dhunjeebhoy. Residence, Sisters living Dhunbaijee, b. 1842 : /. 1846, Dinshaw Jamsetjee Furdoonjee, and has issue living, Bombay AvabaS, b. 1861 : ."i88o, Rustomjee N. Byramjee.- Piroshaw Pestonjee Parakh. Residence, Aunt living (daughter of ist Baronet) Perozbai, b. 1834 : m. 1845, Shapoorjee Dhunjeebhoy. Residence, Fort Bombay. WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet Ruttonbai (Lady JejeebJioy), da. of Cursetjee Manekjee Soortee m. 1835, Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, 2nd baronet, who d. 1877. Residence, Mazagon Castle, Bombay. The ist baronet, Sir Jamsetjee, K.C.B., a wealthy Parsee merchant, was renowned for his benevolence, charity, munificence, and loyalty, a reputation that was also earned by his son, the and baronet. In 1860 a special Act of the Legislative Council of India was passed, with the sanction of H.M., by which all future holders of the title are to relinquish their own names and assume those of the ist baronet. JENKINSON, Creation 1661, of Walcot, Oxfordshire, and Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire. Sir GEORGE BANKS JENKINSON, i2th Baronet; b. May loth, 1851 ; s. his father, Sir GEORGE SAMUEL, 1892; ed. at Harrow ; formerly Capt. 4th Batn. Gloucestershire Regt. ; is a J.P. for Gloucestershire : m. 1880, Madeline Holme, da. of Arthur Holme Sumner, Esq., and has issue. patron 0f iEtoo gifaings Falfield R., Hawkesbury V. , Gloucestershire. ^rm Azure, on a fesse wavy or, a cross-patee gules, in chief a crescent between two points of estoiles of six points or.' Crtst A sea-horse sejant proper, holding in his fore-paws a cross-patee as in the arms. Seats Eastwood Park, Falfield, Gloucestershire ; Hawkesbury, Chip- penham. Clubs Carlton, Pratt's. Pareo non servio. g ons living JOHN BANKS, b. June gth, 1881. Thomas Banks, / obey, I do not serve. b. 1884. Daughter living Katherine Sophia. Sisters living Emily Frances. Louisa Augusta (Viscountess Maidstone): m. 1876, Viscount Maidstone, who d. 1879, el. son of loth Earl of Winchilsea. Residence, Woodsgate, Bexhill, Sussex. Uncle living (brother of ii th baronet) John Henry, b. 1823; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1844, M.A. 1861): m. 1852, Alice Henrietta, who d. 1859, da. of Sir William Gordon-Cumming, 2nd baronet, and has issue living, Francis, b. 1853 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, Fellow 18 ), George Seymour Charles b. 1858 ; is Capt. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.), and ist class Station Staff Officer, Bengal, Eleanor Louisa. Club, Oriental. Aunt living (sister of nth baronet) Augusta Mary Frederica : tit. 1855, Arthur Tower, Esq., Com. R.N., who d. 1877. Residence, Great Berkhampstead. The ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th baronets were successively members of Parliament for Oxfordshire ; the 7th baronet, celebrated statesman, was created Earl of Liverpool, and his son, the 8th baronet and 2nd earl, was for many years Prime Minister of England. The peerage became extinct on the death of the jrd earl, when the baronetcy devolved upon his cousin, Sir Charles, loth baronet. M.P. o r Dover. Sir George, nth baronet, sat as M.P. for Wiltshire, N. (C) 1868-80.
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