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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 3*5 Sisters living Marjory Georgina Jane. Elena Cecilia Ann : m. 1886, George Palmer, Esq., and has issue living, George John, b. 1889. Margaret Aimee : in. 1873, William Joseph Starkey Barber-Starkey, Esq., and has issue living, William, b. 1880, Francis Waugh Gordon, b. 1885, Charles Cecil, b. 1890, Margaret Sarah Mary Josephine, Georgina Blanche Elaine, Aimee "Josephine. Residence, Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth, Salop. Evangeline Edith Oliphant. Charlotte Isabella Blanche: M. 1887, Francis H. M. Wayne, Esq., and has issue living, Eva Theresa. Residence, Widow living Of 1st Baronet MARGARET (Lady Kinloch), only child of the late George Canning, Esq., J.P., of Arbroath : -m. 1845, Sir George Kinloch, ist baronet, who d. 1881. Residences, Meigle House, Meigle, Perthshire ; 32, Drummpnd Place, Edinburgh. Sir David Kinloch was created a baronet 1685, and his title became extinct in 1745, when James the 3rd baronet, was tried for high treason, and condemned to death, and to have his estates and dignity forfeited. He escaped to France, and was afterwards pardoned. The father of the ist baronet of the 2nd creation, a lineal descendant of Sir James, who, in 1819, was forced to flee his country, and was proclaimed an outlaw, for having advocated the cause of the people and the necessity of reform, was elected M.P. for Dundee in 1832. KIRKPATRICK, Creation 1685, of Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. Sir JAMES KIRKPATRICK, 8th Baronet; b. March 22nd, 1841 ; s. his brother, Sir THOMAS, 1880; is a Clerk in the Admiralty: m. 1872, Mary Steward, da. of Charles John Fearnley, Esq., of Peckham, Surrey, and has issue. SVnns Argent, a saltire and chief azure, the last charged with three cushions or. Crest A hand holding a dagger in pale, distilling drops of blood. jiwpporUrss Twotalbot hounds argent. Residence Daughters living Josephine Mary.- Brothers living Roger, b. 1844.- Sons living CHARLES SHARPE, b. Feb. 2 6th, 1874. Harry Fearnley, b. 1876. Yvone, b. 1879. Athol, b. 1883. Margvet Hope. Charles William Sharpe. b. 1846 : in. 18 , Catherine, da. of T. Murch, Esq., of Peckham, and has issue living. Robert Herries, b. 1848. Stewart, b. 1851. Arthur Renton, b. 1852: m. 1888, Emily Jane, da. of the late Frederick William Denny, Esq., of Hanover Park, S.E. Residence, Sisters living Jane: /. 1863, Thomas Samuel Speck, Esq., C.E., who d. 1883. Charlotte Barbara: m. 1868, Capt. George Edward Martin, who d. 1873, of the Madras S.C., and has issue living, Helen Mary, Gertrude Sophia. Residence, Aunt living (daughter of sth Baronet) Charlotte : m. 18 , Henry Burn, Esq., who d. 18 . Residence, The mansion of Closeburn, built by the ist baronet, was burnt to the ground through the careless- ness of drunken servants on August 2oth, 1748, and all the family papers, portraits, plate, &c., were consumed. H.M. Eugenie, wife of H.I.M. Napoleon III., formerly Emperor of the French, is descended from the late Alexander Kirkpatrick, Esq., of Kirkmichael. who was younger brother of Sir Thomas Kirkpatrick, father of the ist baronet. KITSON, Creation 1886, of Gledhow Hall, Leeds, Co. York. Sir JAMES KITSON, M.P., ist Baronet, son of the late James Kitson, Esq.. J.P., of Elmet Hall, Leeds ; b. Sept. 22nd, 1835 : ed. at Univ. Coll., Lond. ; is an Iron and Steel Manufacturer, a J.P. for W. Riding of York, and for Leeds Borough, and a Director of the, N.E. Railway ; unsuccessfully contested Central Div. of Leeds (Z) 1886 ; has sat as M.P. for Yorkshire, W. Riding, S. Part, Colne Valley Div. (LG) since 1892 : m. ist, 1860, Emily, who d. 1873, da. of Joseph Cliff, Esq.; 2ndly, 1881, Mary Laura, da. of E. Fisher Smith, Esq. (J.P. for cos. Worcester and Stafford), of West Lodge, Avenue Road, Regent's Park, N.W., and has issue. ^rins Or, on a pale azure, a salmon in pale of the first ; on a chief azu'e an annulet between two mill-rinds or. Crtst Rising from a fence of Palmam qui meruit ferat. paling proper, a demi-unicarn rampant argent, collared azure. Let him who merits bear Seat Gledhow Hall, near Leeds. Club Reform. t lie palm. . Sons living ALBERT ERNEST, *. Oct. 7th 1863: ;. 1890, Florence, da. of the late Edward Schauck, Esq., and has issue living, a da., b. 1891. Residence, Bedford House, Roundhay, Leeds. James Clifford, b. 1864 Edward Christian, b. 1873. Roland Dudley, *. 1882. Daughters living Emily. Alice Hilda Olive Mary.