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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 321 LAMPSON, Creation 1866, of Rowfant, Worth, Sussex. Sir GEORGE CURTIS LAMPSON, 2nd Baronet ; b. June I2th, 1833 ; s. his father Sir CURTIS MIRANDA, 1885 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. : m. Sophia, da. of the late Manuel Van Gelderen, Esq., and has issue. ^rms Per saltire argent and gules, two gryphons' heads in fesse, and as many escarbuncles in pale counterchanged. Crtst- -A gryphon's head erased gules, charged with an escarbuncle argent, between two wings paly of four, argent and gules. Residences 19, Albert Gate, S.W. ; Oakfield, Poynder's Road, Clapham Park, S.W. Clubs White's, Conservative, Royal Dorset Yacht. Son living CURTIS GEORGE, b. Jan. 23rd, 1890. Daughter living Norah Beatrice, l>. 1888. Persevera et vince. Brother living Norman George, 1. 1850; is a D.L. for Middlesex, and Persevere and conauer a J-**- fol " cos ' Surrey and London : m. 1874, Helen Agnes, xth da. of the late Peter Blackburn, Esq., M.P. [see Wedderburn, Bart., colh ], of Killearn, Stirlingshire (el. brother of Lord Blackburn), and has issue living, Curtis Walter, b. 1875, Jean Leslie, /'. 1877, Miles Wedderburn, b. 1880, Adam Cathcart, b. 1882, Basil Stewart, b. 1886. Residence, The Farm House, Pont Street, Belgrave Square, S.W. Clubs, Carlton, Garrick, White's, Marlborough. Sister living Hannah Jane: ?;/. 1874, as his 2nd wife, Frederick Locker-Lampson, Esq., and has issue living, Godfrey Lampson Tennyson, b. 1875, Oliver Stillingfleet, /'. 1880, Dorothy Jane Charlotte, Maud Hannah. Residences, Rowfant, Crawley, Sussex; .New Haven Court , Cromer. The ist Baronet, a native of New Haven, Vermont, U.S.A., became a naturalized British subject in 1848; he received his baronetcy for services rendered by him as Dep. -Chairman of the Atlantic Telegraph Co. of 1865, which co. successfully laid the first Atlantic Telegraph Cable. LANGHAM, Creation 1660, of Oottesbrooke, Northamptonshire. Sir JAMES HAY LANGHAM, nth Baronet ; b. Nov. I3th, 1802 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES. 1833 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; formerly Hon. Col. 5th Batn. Roy. Irish Regt. : m. 1828, the Hon. Margaret Emma Kenyon, who d. 1829, da. of 2nd Baron Kenyon. $);ttron of &])rtc JCibings Cottesbrooke R., and (with others) Mears Ashby V., Northamptonshire ; Halse R., Somersetshire. $nns Argent, three bears heads erased sable, muzzled or two and one. Crest A bear's head erased as in the arms. Seat Cottesbrooke Park, Northampton. Nee sinit esse feros. Nor suffers them to be Sister living Henrietta (L<tdy Otn-ay) : m. 1851, the Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur savage. John Otway, 3rd baronet. Residence, 34 Eaton Square, S.W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Herbert Langham, Esq., 2nd son of loth baronet, b. 1804, d. 1874 ; m. 1839, Laura Charlotte, who d. 1861, da. of Nathaniel Micklethwait, Esq., of Taverham Hall, Norfolk : HERBERT HAY, b. April 2 8th, 1840; formerly Lieut, ist Life Guards; is a J.P. and a D.L. for Northamptonshire: m. 1868, the Hon. Anna Maria Frances, who d. 1876, da. of 3rd Lord Sandys, and has issue living, Herbert Charles Arthur, b. 1870, Cecily. Clubs, Turf, Marlborough.- Nathamel Francis, <5. 1841. Emily Georgiana : ;. 1886, Lieut.-C ' Augusta Frederica. -Col. John Vesey Nugent. - Royal line the abolishment of Monarchy in the Kingdom, and the setting up of a Commonwealth." bir John the 6th baronet, left 6,000 to the Corporation of London to found a society for the relief of poor soldiers, sailors, and their wives. 21