DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 33 Sister living Louisa Mary: in. 1887, Surg.-Lieut.-CoI. Arthur Wellesley Roche, and has issue living, Victor Wellesley, b. 1889, Gladys. Residence, Trowle Manor, Trowbridge, Wilts. Uncles living (sons of 2nd Baronet) George Vanderheyden, /;. 1824; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich ; entered the R.A. 1842, became Capt. 1848, Major 1860, Lieut.-Col. 1863, Col. 1868, Maj.-Gen. 1880, Hon. Lieut.-Gen. (retired) 1883, and Col. Comdt. 1891; served in Crimean campaign 1854-5 (medal with clasp, 5th class Medjidie, and Turkish medal). Residence, 43, Park Lane, W. Clubs, United Service, Army and Navy. Sir Edwin Beaumont, G.C.B., C.I.E., i>. 1825; entered R.A. 1842 ; became Capt. and Major 1857, Lieut.-Col. 1858, Col. 1863, Maj.-Gen. 1868, Lieut.-Gen. 1877, Gen. 1878, and Col. Comdt. 1800 ; served in Sutlej campaign 1845-6 (medal with clasp), in Punjab campaign 1848-9 (medal with two clasps, and mentioned in despatches), and during.Indian Mutiny 1857-8 as A.A.G. of Artillery (slightly wounded, mentioned in despatches, and medal with two clasps); was a Member of Council of Sec. of State for India 1875-6, Mil. Member of Viceroy's Council 1877-81, and Director-Gen, of Mil. Education 1884-7 ; C.B. 1858, K.C.B. 1875, C.I.E. 1878, G.C.B. 1887. Residence, 53, Victoria Road, Kensington, W. Clubs, United Service, Junior United Service, Arthur's. Sir Charles Cooper, K.C.B., b. 1827; entered Bengal Army 1844, became Major 1864, Lieut.-Col. 1869, Col. 1874, Maj.-Gen. 1886, and Lieut.-Gen. 1889 ; served in Sutlej campaign 1845-6 (medal), in Indian Mutiny campaign 1858 (medal with clasp), and with Hazara Field Force 1868 (medal with clasp, mentioned in despatches and thanked by Govt.) ; was Q.M.G. in India 1878-80; is a J.P. and a County Alderman for Worcestershire; C.B. 1877, K.C.B. 1881 : ;//. 1860, Jemima Anne Frances, da. of the late Rev. George Martin, Chancellor ot Diocese of Exeter, and has issue living, Charles Edward, b. 1861 ; ed. at Wellington Coll.; is Capt. I. S.C., Arthur Cyril Beaumont, b. 1863 ; is Lieut. I.S.C., Eliot Philipse, b. 1866 ; is Lieut. R.E. : in. 1892, Mary, da. of Surg.-CoI. James Inkson, Army Med. Staff, Allen Victor, b. 1871 ; ed. at Roy. Mill. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Lieut, ist Batn. Roy. Fusiliers (City of London Regt.). Residence, The Hill, Upton-on-Severn. Club, United Service. Sir Allen Bayard, K.C.B., b. 1829 ; ed. at Winchester; entered Bengal Army 1846, became Major 1858, Lieut.-Col. 1867, Col. 1872, Maj.-Gen. 1882, Lieut.-Gen. 1887, and Gen. 1892; served in Burmese war 1853 (mentioned in despatches, and medal with clasp), and in Indian Mutiny campaign (medal with clasp); was Mil. Sec. in India Office 1877-89; C.B. 1881, K.C.B. 1889. Residence, 60, Lexham Gardens, W. Clubs, United Service, Junior United Service. Archibald Acheson, b. 1835 ; en- tered Madras Army 1853, became Capt. 1865, Major 1873, Lieut.-Col. 1879, and Col. 1883; served in Malwa and Central India campaigns 1858-9 (medal with clasp) : m. 1869, Agnes Sarah, da. of the late Rev. Arthur M. F. Browne, V. of Affane, co. Waterford, and has issue living, Arthur Acheson, b. 1870, Allen Edwin, b. 1878. Residence, Hemsworth, Torquay. Aunts living (daughters of 2nd Baronet) Louisa Charlotte. Residence, 60, Lexham Gardens, W. Harriet Maria : m. 1857, Major-Gen. Henry Tod Tucker, C.B., and has issue living, Henry Tudor, b. 1866, Florence, Olivia. Residence, 51, Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, W. Olivia Elizabeth : m. 1856, Col. Richard Oliver Francis Steward. Residence, Nottington House, Dorchester. Widow living Of 3rd Baronet EMMA PATTY (Lady In'ing), da. of Sir David William Barclay, loth baronet: m. ist, 1851, Col. Sir Henry Franks Frederick Johnson, 3rd baronet, who d. 1883 : 2ndly, 1884, Sir Henry Turner Irving, G.C. M.G. Residence, 10, Trinity Crescent, Folkestone. Collateral Brandies living. Issue of the late Capt. William Victor Johnson, 2nd son of and baronet, b. 1822, d. 1891 : tn. 1854, Catherine Delicia(now of King's Mead, Windsor Forest), da. of the late Robert Walters, Esq., Bar.-at-law : Victor George Ralph, b. 1861 ; is Capt. ist Batn. Lincolnshire Regt. Hugh Walters Beaumont, /'. 1865 ; is Capt. 2nd Batn. King's (Liverpool Regt.). Lionel Pigot, b. 1867. Isabella. Issue of the late Rev. Frederick Pigot Johnson, 5th son of 2nd baronet, b. 1826, d. 1882 : in. 1866, Matilda, who d. 1883, da. of James Carnegy Arbuthnot, Esq., of Balnamoon, co. Forfar : Oswald Carnegy, b. 1867 : in. 1892, Margaret Ward, da. of the late Rev. Edmund T. Butler. Resi- dence, Issue of the late Maj.-Gen. Alured Clarke Johnson, C.B., 8th son of and baronet, b. 1832, d. 1889 : in. 1860, Mary, da. of Pierce Gilbert Edward Taylor, Esq., B.C.S. : Gilbert Ward, b, 1866 ; is Lieut. I. S.C. ; served in Burmah Campaign 1887-9 (medal with clasp). Harold Albert, b. 1868; formerly Lieut. 3rd Batn. Northumberland Fusiliers.^ Walter Pierce, b. 1869 ; formerly Lieut. Dublin City Artillery, S. Div. R.A. Christopher Allen, b. 1872. Muriel Charlotte. The ist baronet, Sir Henry, G.C.B. , younger brother of Sir John Johnson- Walsh, Bart., of Ballykilcavan, was Col. of the 5th Regt., and Governor of Ross Castle. The 2nd baronet was a distinguished military officer in the Peninsular war, and a Knight of the Order of William of th Netherlands. Johnson-Walsh, see Walsh. Live that you may liereafter. JOHNSTON, Creation 1625, of Johnston, Aberdeenshire. Sir WILLIAM JOHNSTON, pth Baronet ; b. 1849 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM BACON, 1865 ; is a J. P. for Aberdeenshire. ,&rms Quarterly : it and 4th, argent, a saltire sable, on a chief gules, three cushions or, Johnston and Randolph ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, on a bend between three harts' heads erased argent, attired of the second, as many cross-crosslets fitchee of the second, Mar and Garioch, composed together on one coat. Crtsts ist, a phoenix proper in flames ; 2nd, two dexter hands clasped in fesse, before a thistle and branch of oak proper. mpp0rUrs Two Indians proper, wreathed with laurel about the head and middle vert. j&tcoiUJ ^Rotto " Munit haec et altera vincit" (The one conquers, the other fortifies). Residence The Ranche, Buckhurst Hill, Essex.
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