302 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. JOHNSON, Creation 1755, of New York, in North America. Sir WILLIAM GEORGE JOHNSON, 4th Baronet, son of the late Col. John Johnson, 3rd son of and Baronet; /'. Dec. igth, 1830; s. his uncle, Lieut. -Col. Sir ADAM GORDON, 1843; ed. at Roy. Acad., Woolwich; formerly Lieut. R.A. : m. 1889, Elizabeth .Hancock, da. of the late Richard Hancock Brown, Esq., of Bowdon, Cheshire. Drills Argent : two lions counter-rampant supporting a dexter hand gules, in chief three estoiles of the last, and in base a salmon naiant. Crtst An arm embowed gules, the hand grasping a sword proper. Residence St. Matthias, near Montreal, Canada. Club Carlton. Brother living- CHARLES, b. Feb. 4th, 1833; is Capt. (h.p.) Madras Artillery. Residence, The Woodlands, St. Matthias, Canada. Nee aspera terrent. Sisters living Maria Diana. Anne Margaret. Mary Anne. Not even difficulties collateral Branches living. frighten me. Issue of the late Archibald Kennedy Johnson, Esq., 3 rd brother of 4th baronet, b. 1839, d. 1873 : in. 18 , Cathe- rine Sophia, da. of Charles MacDonnell, Esq. : Edward Gordon, b. 1867. Mary Florence. Grandchildren of the late Col. Charles Christopher Johnson (infra): Issue of the late Vice-Adm. John Ormsby Johnson, b. 1822, d. 1881 : m. 1852, Edith Renira (now of The Moorings, Ipswich), da. of the Rev. Charles Edward Twyford, R. of Trotton, Sussex : Frederick Colpoys Ormsby, b. 1858; is Capt. R. M.L.I., and Adj. ist Vol. Batn. Bedfordshire Regt. : in. 1884, Maria, da. of the late Henry Lund, Esq., and has issue living, Guy Allen Colpoys Ormsby, b. 1886, Lionel Stanley Ormsby, b. 1887. Residence, 51, Ware Road, Hertford. Robert Warren, R.N., b. 1868; became a Lieut. 1891. Guy Delancy, R.N., b. 1870; became a Lieut. 1892. Alexander Adair, b. 1873. Edith Twyford. Anna Emily Ormsby : m. 1889, Clement Chevallier, Esq., Sup. of Eastern Telegraph Co. at Aden, and has issue living, Renira Clementina, b. 1890. Ruth Ormsby : m. 1892, Staff-Surg. Alexander Livingston Christie, R.N. Teresa Katherine. Issue of the late Col. Charles Christopher Johnson, 5th son of 2nd baronet, b. 1789, d. 1854 : tn. 1818, Susan, who d. 1875, da. of Rear-Adm. Sir Edward Grifnth- Colpoys : Edward Colpoys, b. 1835; formerly Lieut. 99th Regt.; served in Eastern campaign 1854, i the Commissariat Dept. (medal with clasp); is a Missionary : m. ist, 1863, Barbara, who d. 1869, el. da. of the Rev. James Williamson; 2ndly, 1874, Ada Olivia, da. of Edward Pinto, Esq., and has issue living (by 2nd marriage), Herbert Colpoys, b. 1878, Lilian Ada, Elsie. Residence, Lahore, Punjab. Mary Anne Susan : in. 1863, Henry Fraser Curwen, Esq., and has issue living, Alan de Lancy, b. 1869, Lucy Mabel, Ethel Maria, Henrietta Frances, Mary Susan Geraldine. Resi- dences, Workington Hall, Cumberland; The Island, Windermere. The ist baronet, Gen. Sir William, of an ancient family in Ireland, went in early life to America, and conducted the expedition to Crown Point, and gained the battles of Crown Point and Niagara, for which services'he was created a baronet, and received .5,000 from the Government, and also large grants of land in the Province of New York, then part of the British dominions. He settled on. the Mohawk river, and brought the Seneccas one of the revolted tribes, and inveterate enemies of the English to a treaty in 1764. He was sole representative of Indian affairs for the northern parts of America for George II., and Col. of the six united nations, their allies and dependants. Sir John, the 2nd baronet, was also Superintendent-Gen, of Indian Affairs in North America. JOHNSON, Creation 1818, of Bath. Sir HENRY ALLEN WILLIAM JOHNSON, 4th Baronet; b. 1855; s. his father, Sir HENRY FRANKS FREDERICK, 1883; ed. at Cheltenham; is Major 2nd Batn. King's Own (Yorkshire L.I.); served in Jowaki campaign 1877 (medal with clasp), in Afghanistan 1878-80 (medal with clasp and men- tioned in despatches), and in Burmese War 1886-7 (two clasps) : in. 1 886, Ella, who d. 1892, da. of Thomas Dyson, Esq., formerly of Bank of Bengal, and has issue. Thou hast conquered, and we live. ^rms-Per pale sable and azure, on a salt ire argent be- tween three towers or, fired proper, one in chief and two in fesse, and two tilting spears saltirewise in base, of the second, five cocks of the first. Crtst A tower argent, on the battlements a cock proper. jSupporttrs Dexter, a grenadier habited and accoutred, arms ordered proper; sinister, a light infantry man habited and accoutred, arms trailed proper, supporting with his exterior hand a flagstaff also proper, therefrom flowing a banner gules, inscribed " New Ross " in letters of gold. jJtronJ Jttotto " Nunquam non paratus" (Never unready). CVtt Naval and Military. Son living HENRY ALLEN BEAUMONT, b. Jan. 3rd, 1887.
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