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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Brothers living THOMAS BEECROFT USSHER. /. Feb. 2 4 th. 1845 : in. 1877, Florence Dunbar, da. of R. G. Banks, Esq., of Hayroyd House, Rosedale, Toronto, and has issue living, Edmund Bee- croft Heathcote,^. 1878, George Howard Usher,/'. i83i, Henry Reginald Dunbar,^. 1884, Charles Cyril Roland, b. 1886. Residence, Toronto, Canada. Henry Sidney Hammet, b. 1847 ; formerly Capt. 2nd Norfolk Militia: ?. 1882, Anna, el. da. of Col. George Wilson Boileau, of Stanfield Hall, Wymondham, Norfolk, and has issue living, Gordon Massy, />. i3 , Sidney John BoHeau, b. iS3^, Vere Valerie Florence Eleanor. Residence, Ormesby House, Great Yarmouth. Ernest de Montesquiou, b. 1850; ed. at Caius Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877); formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Duke of Cornwall's L.I. : in. 1876, Charlotte Amelia, da. of Lieut. -Col. Jonn Marcon, of Wallington Hall, Downham, and has issue living, Dorothy Mortlock. Residence, 18, Hyde Park Square, W. Clubs, Union, Hurlingham. Sisters living Georgina : in. 1865, Major-Gen. Charles Henry Gordon, C.B. Residence, The Warren, Ascot. Eliza Walpole : in. 1884. Lieut.-Col. Edward Harry Goring Ravenhill, ist Batn. The King's (Shropshire L.I.). Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Capt. Henry James Lacon, R.N., 3rd son of 2nd baronet, b. iSio, d. 1867 : m. 1844, Caroline Louisa Bartlett, whorf. 1882, da. of the late J. Roberts, Esq.. of Buckingham : Henry Edmund, b. 1849; ed. at Harrow; formerly Capt. ist Batn. Highland L.I. ; is a J.P. for Suffolk : m. 1890, the Hon. Margaret, da. of $th Baron Erskine. Residence, Ackworth House, East Bergholt, Suffolk. Club, Junior Army and Navy. Laura Louisa. Residence, Old Manor House, St. Margaret's, Ipswich. Issue of the late Capt. John Mortlock Lacon, 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1786, d. 1855 : jit. 18 , Jane, who d. 1868, da. of Patrick Stirling Esq., of Pittendreich, co. Forfar : John Edmund, b. 1810 ; is a J.P. for co. Forfar : m. 1844, Louisa Matilda, da. of Edward Shewell, Esq.. of Southampton. Residence, Duntrune, near Dundee. Jane. Clementina Louisa: in. 1846, Capt. Thomas Spankie, who d. 1869. Harriot Ellen : m. 1852, Maj.-Gen. Francis Montagu Maxwell Ommanney, R.A., who d. 1877. Residence, The Cottage, Great Yarmouth. Granddaughter of John Edmund Lacon, Esq., (ante) : Issue of the late Frederick Graham Lacon, Esq., b. 1849, d. 1875 : m. 1874, Annie Margare (who m. 2ndly, 1878, Hugh William Tyrwhitt-Drake, Esq.), da. of the Ven. Augustus Macdonald Hopper, Archdeacon of Norwich : Ida Clementina. Granddaughters of the late Capt. John Mortlock Lacon (ante) : Issue of the late Grahame Lacon, Esq , M.D., b. 1818, d. 1857 : m. 1854, Harriet, who J. i3Sr, da. of the Rev. Edward Missenden Love, R. of Somerleyton, Suffolk : Alice Graham : m 1881, Rev. David Williams Evans, and has issue living, David Graham, b. 1884, Stirling Graham, b. 1888, Dorothy Graham, Gwladys Emily Graham. Residence, St. George Rectory, Abergele, Denbighshire. Edith Jane : ;. 1886, Rev. Herbert Sydenham Clarke, and has issue living, Cecil Herbert, b. 1887, Eric Herbert, b. 1888, Wilfrid Herbert, b. 1892. Residence, Colton Rectory, Norfolk The 3rd baronet was M.P. for Great Yarmouth (C) 1852-7, and 1859-63, and for Norfolk N. 1868-85. The present baronet is in direct descent from Edmund Lacon, who settled in Yorkshire early in the seventeenth century, and who was a younger branch of the very ancient family of Lacon, settled in Salop temp. Edward III. LA FONTAINE, Creation 1854. [Extinct 1867.] Sir Louis HYPOLITE LA FONTAINE, 2nd and last Baronet. WidOW living Of 1st Baronet JANE MORRISON {Lady La Fontaine), widow of Thomas Kintpn, Esq. : in. 1861 as his 2nd wife, Sir Louis Hypolite La Fontaine, ist baronet, who d. 1864 (title extinct). Residence, Montreal, Lower Canada. LAKE, Creation 1711, of Edmonton, Middlesex. Sir ATWELL KING LAKE, 6th Baronet ; b. April gth, 1834; s. his father, Sir JAMES SAMUEL, 1846; formerly Capt. iO4th Regt. ; served in Indian Mutiny campaign (medal) : ;;/. 1870, Frances Sarah Place, widow of Col. Richard Ouseley, and da. of Walter William Jones, Esq., of Gurrey, Carmarthen. t^rms Quarterly : ist, gules, a banner argent charged with a cross between sixteen shields gules, on the centre of the cross a lion of England ; znd, sable, a bend, between six crosslets fitchee, argent ; 3rd, quarterly, argent and sable, on a bend gules, three mullets argent ; 4th, argent, a chevron between three boars' heads couped sable. Crrsts ist, a cavalier in a fighting posture, his scarf gules, his left arm hanging down as wounded and useless, holding the bridle in his teeth, his face, sword, armour, and horse embrued, all proper ; znd, a horse's head argent, charged with a fesse cottised, gules. Residence Un Dieu, un roy , un coeur. One God, one king, one Aunt living (daughter of 4th Baronet) Mary Elizabeth. Residence, n, heart. Foulis Terrace, Onslow Gardens, S.W.