DEERETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 325 Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. Kennett Champain Bayley, 2nd son of ist baronet, />. 1798, d, 1861 : m. 1831, Charlotte, da. of James Drake Brockman, Esq., of Beachborough, Kent : George, 6. 1837; is Col. (h.-p.); commanded Regt. Dist., No. 31, 1886-91; formerly Lieut.-Col. Coradg. ist Batn. E. Surrey Regt. (h.-p. 1886) ; served in Crimea 1855 (despatches, medal with clasp and Turkish medal), and in China 1862 (despatches). Kennett, b. 1838 : is Ch. EngineerG.S. and W. Railway, Ireland : m. 1864, Louisa Jane, da. of the late Rev. William Bowling, R. of Cosheston, and has issue living, Kennett Champain, b. 1873, Arthur George, b. 1878, Francis Edmund (twin), /'. 1878, Louisa: m. 1890, George Alexander, Esq., Bar.-at-law, of Calgary, Canada, -Eleanor Char- lotte : m, 1889, Albany Hawke Charlesworth, Esq., M.P., of Chapelthorpe Hall, Wakefield, and Grinton Lodge, near Richmond, Yorkshire, and has issue living, a son 6. 1892, a da. b. 189-, Ethel, Evelyn. Residence, Seven Oaks, Inchicore, Dublin. -Charlotte : tit. 1861, the Rev. Charles Alexander Baynes, who d. 1891, V. of Binley, and has issue living, Henry Kennett (of 52, Gloucester Crescent, Hyde Park, W., and 14, Essex Street, W.C.), b. 1862; admitted a Solicitor 1885 ; m. 1887, Clara Sophia, da. of the late Rev. John Arden Bayley, of Clifton Lodge, near Winchester, and has issue living, Henry Arden Kennett b. 1888. Residence, The ist baronet, the Right Hon. Sir John Bayley, was for many years a Justice of the Queen's Bench, and subsequently a Baron of the Exchequer. The 3rd baronet assumed by Roy. license in 1887, the name of Laurie in lieu of his patronymic. LAWES, Creation 1882, of Rothamsted, co. Hertford. Sir JOHN BENNET LAWES, F.R.S., ist Baronet^ son of the late John Bennet Lawes, Esq., D.L., of Rothamsted; b. Dec. 28th, 1814; ed. at Eton, and at Brasenose Coll., Oxford ; has achieved considerable fame as a practical experi- mental agricultural chemist, and for the revolution in the Science of Agriculture that has been produced by his introduc- tion of super-phosphate of lime ; in 1854 was elected a F.R.S., and in the same year a handsome testimonial was presented to him for the services he had rendered to British Agriculture ; in 1867 he was awarded the Roy. Medal by the Council of the Roy. So., and he has also received a Gold Medal from the Imperial Agricultural So. of Russia, and from the Emperor of Germany the Gold Medal of Merit for Agriculture ; acted upon a Roy. Commn. 1857-65 for investigating the application of town sewage to different crops ; author of numerous papers concerning the action of manures, &c. ; is a J.P. for Herts : in. 1842, Caroline, da. of the late Andrew Foun- taine, Esq., of Narford Hall, Norfolk, and has issue. &rms Or, two Haunches azure, on a chief nebuly of the second, three estoiles or. Cst On a mount vert the trunk of a tree fessewise eradicated and sprouting to the dexter, surmounted by an ermine passant proper. Seat Rothamsted Park, near St. Albans. Son living CHARLES BENNET, 6. Oct. 3rd, 1843 ; is a sculptor : m. 1869, Marine Amelie Rose, da. of Charles George Fountaine, Esq., and has issue living, John Bennet, />. July 28th, 1872. Residence, The Studio, Chelsea Bridge Road, Pimlico, S.W. Daughter living Caroline : m. 1870, Walter P. Creyke, Esq. Residence, 3, Seamore Place. May- fair, W. LAWRENCE, Creation 1858. Sir HENRY HAYES LAWRENCE, 2nd Baronet ; b. Feb. 26th, 1864 ; s. his father, Sir ALEXANDER HUTCHINSON, 1864; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb'. (B.A. 1886) ; is a J.P. for co. Dublin (High Sheriff 1891); unsuccessfully contested Lancashire, S.E. Part, Hey wood Div. (LU) 1892 : m. 1890, Margaret, da. of the late Theodore Walrond, Esq., C.B., of 65, Lancaster Gate, W., and has issue. 3JHTWS Ermine, on a cross raguly gules an eastern crown or ; on a chief azure two swords in saltire proper, pommels and hilts gold, between as many leopards' heads argent, dtrtst Out ef an eastern crown or, a cubit arm entwined by a wreath of laurel and holding a dagger all proper. Residence Belgard, co. Dublin. Clubs Brooks's, New University, Xildare Street. Daughter living Norah .Margaret, b. 1891. Uncle living (brother of ist baronet, and heir-presumptive under a special remainder) HENRY WALDEMAR, b. Jan. 2 4 th, 1845 ; ed. at Harrow and Wimbledon Schools, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. Camb. Never give in. narrow ana vvimDieaon scnoois, ana at inn. v-ou., <-amo.vD.xi.. _amo. 1866); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1868 ; is a partner in firm of Lawrence and Co., rice merchants, of 20, Mincing Lane, E.C., Sub. -Treasurer of Inner Temple, and a J.P. for cos. London and Surrey:
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