DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late St. Vincent David Lake, Esq., R.N., 2nd son of sth baronet, b. 1835, d. 1865 : m. 1860, P' ranees, da. of Peter Partington, Esq., of Croydon : ST. VINCENT ATWELL, l>. Jan. 3rd, 1862; ed. at Roy. Naval Sch., New Cross. Issye of the late Col. Sir Henry Atwell Lake, K.C.B., 3rd son of 4th baronet, b. 1808, d. 1881 : Jit. ist, 1841, .Anne who d. 1847, da. of the Rev. Peregrine Curtois, of the LonghilLs, co. Lincoln ; 2ndly, 1848, Ann Augusta, who d. 1877, da. of Sir William Curtis, 2nd baronet : Atwell Peregrine Macleod, R.N., b.- 1842 ; became Capt. 1881 ; served in Chinese war 1856-7 (meda with clasp) : ;. 1889, Constance Mary, da. of Gen. Augustus Turner, of Eastbourne, and has issue living, a son, b. 1891. Edward, b. 1844; is Lieut.-Col. R.A. ; served in Afghan war 1879-80 (medal): m. 1885, Edith Dale, da. of W. Nichol, Esq. Noel Montagu, b. 1852 ; is Major R.E. : m. 1890, Virginia, da. of the late William Parnis, Esq., of Constantinople, and has issue living, Edward Montagu, b. 1891. Spencer Fenwick, b. 1858. Hubert Atwell, b. 1867; is Lieut. R.A. Emily Mary : tn. 1869, James Henry Cochrane, Esq. Kathleen Augusta. Issue of the late Capt. Edward Lake, R.N., 2nd son of 4th baronet, b. 1807, d. 1864: m. 1839, Clara, who d. 1862, da. of Sir William Johnston, 7th baronet : Arthur Johnstone, b. 1849. Emily Maria : m. 18 , G. J. Hynes, Esq. Residence, Issue of the late Capt. Andrew Winter Lake, 5th son of 4th baronet, b. 1821, d. 1865 ; m. 1855, Henrietta Edith Jessie, da. of Edward Francklyn, Esq. : Winter Atwell Edward, b. 1858 ; is in Police Dept., Burmah ; served as Local Lieut, with Transport Train in Afghan campaign 1880 (medal), and with Mil. Police in Burmah 1885-9 (medal with two clasps) : m. 1883, Annie Ethel Talbot, da. of Col. W. Howey. Granddaughter of the late Vice-Adm. Sir Willoughby Thomas Lake, K.C.B., 2nd son of 3rd baronet : Issue of the late Major Edward Lake, b. 18 , d. 1836 : tn. 18 , Harriot Marion, da. of John Goldingham, Esq. : Charlotte Louisa: m. 1841, Gordon Sullivan Forbes, Esq., formerly of Madras C.S., and has issue living, Gordon Willoughby (Club, Grosvenor), b. 1843, Urquhart Atwell (of i, Brick Court, Temple, E.G.), b. 1850 ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1877, Willoughby Edward Gordon, b. 1851 ; is Major 2nd Batn. Roy. Warwickshire Regt. ; served in Afghan campaign 1880 (medal with clasp), Harry Gordon, b. 1861. Residence, Upton Cheney, Bitten, Bristol. Sir Edward Lake, Chancellor of the Diocese of Lincoln, and Advocate-General in Ireland, was, for his loyalty and services to Charles I., granted by that monarch the coat of augmentation now borne by the family, and the exceptional privilege of nominating a person to be created a baronet. He did not, however, avail himself of this privilege, and, in consequence, a baronetcy was in 1711 conferred on his great-nephew and heir, Bibye Lake, Esq. Sub-Governor of the African Co. Deo et principe. By God and the law. LAMB, Creation 1795, of BurvUle, Berkshire. Sir ARCHIBALD LAMB, 3rd Baronet ; b. Nov. 5th, 1845 ; s. his grandfather, Sir CHARLES MONTOLIEU, D.C.L., 1860 ; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. ; formerly Major and Life Guards : m. 1875, Louisa Mary Caroline, da. of Sir Henry Estridge Durrant, 3rd Baronet, and widow of John Richard Fenwick, Esq. ^nns> Quarterly : ist and 4th, per pale wavy, argent and erminois, a chevron gules between three lambs sable, Lamb; 2nd, argent a fesselozengy or and azure, in chief three mascles of the last, in base five ermine spots, all within a bordure of the third bezantee ; on a canton gules, a bend of the field, charged with a staff of office of Knights-Marshal proper, Burges ; 3rd, azure, a fleur-de-lis or, between three crescents in chief, and three mullets in base argent, Montolieu. Cnsts ist, a lamb passant sable, charged with a bezant, thereon a trefoil slipped vert ; 2nd, a camel's head proper, bezantee, and erased gules. Seat Beauport, Battle, Sussex. Club Marlborough. Brother living CHARLES ANTHONY, b. March 2ist, 1857; is Capt. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own), and Adj. of its 7th Vol. Batn. : m. 1886, Leila Frances, da. of W. Rushton Adamson, Esq., of Rushton Park, Battle, Sussex. Sisters living Mary Montgomerie : in. 1864, Henry Sydenham Singleton, Esq., and has issue living, Henry Montolieu Rodney, b. 1867 ; is Lieut. 7th Batn. King's Roy. Rifle Corps, and an Officer in service of H.H. the Khedive of Egypt, John Roland, b. 1869, Clara Patience Sarah, Sophy Mary Theresa. Residences, Hazeley Heath, Winchfield, Hants ; Mell, co. Meath ; 8, Princes Gate, S.W. Flora Caroline: ;. 1871, Maj.-Gen. George H:xy Moncneff, Comdg. Dublin Dist. Residences, Winton House, Dublin ; 38, Thurloe Square, S.W.
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