326 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. nt. 1873, Emily Mary, da. of Sir George Burdett L'Estrange, and has issue living, Alexander Waldemar, b. 1874, Honoria Constance. Residence, Alenho, Ridgway, Wimbledon. Club, Savile. Aunt living (sister of ist baronet) Honoria Letitia : tit. 1873, Henry George Hart, Esq., Head Master of Sedbergh School. Residence, School House, Sedbergh, Yorkshire. WidOW living Of 1st Baronet ALICE f.AC(Lady Young) da. of Evory Kennedy, Esq., M.D., D.L., of Belgard, co. Dublin : ;. ist, 1862, Sir Alexander Hutchir.son Lawrence, ist baronet, who d. 1864 ; andly, 1871, Sir George Young, 3rd baronet. Residences. Button Croft, Cookham, Berks ; 3, Whitehall Court, S.W. Sir Alexander Hutchinson Lawrence, the ist baronet, was accidentally killed, Aug. 27th, 1864, by the falling of a bridge on the Thibet road, India. He was eldest son of the illustrious Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence, K.C.B., who fell at Lucknow before the baronetcy conferred for his dis- tinguished services in India could reach him. LAWRENCE, Creation 1867, of Whitehall Place, London. Sir QAMES JOHN) TREVOR LAWRENCE, 2nd Baronet; b. Dec. 3Oth, 1831; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM, F.R.S., 1867 ; ed. at Winchester ; formerly a Medical Officer in Indian Army ; is a J.P. and a County Alderman for Surrey, and Treasurer of St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; unsuccessfully contested Gloucester city (C) 1874; sat as M.P. for Mid- Surrey 1875-85, and for S.E. Div. of Surrey 1885-92 : m. 1869, Bessie, only child of the late John Matthew, Esq., Burford Lodge, Dorking, and has issue. $ms Ermine, a cross raguly gules, in the first and fourth quarters a serpent nowed proper. Crest A gryphon's head couped argent, in front thereof a serpent nowed proper. Seat Burford Lodge, Dorking, Surrey. Town Residence 57, Prince's Gate, S.W. Clubs Carlton, East India United Service, Burlington. Mente et labore. By mind and work. Sons living -WILLIAM MATTHEW TREVOR, b. Sept. i 7 th, 1870. Aubrey Trevor, b. 1875. Charles, b. 1879. Daughter living Bessie Mary. Sisters living Louisa Elizabeth. Residence, 18, Whitehall Place, S.W. Mary Wilhelmina. Residence, 18, Whitehall Place. S.W. The ist baronet, a distinguished surgeon, was twice President of the College of Surgeons, and for many years Sergeant-Surgeon to the Queen. LAWEENCE, Creation 1869, of Westbourne Terrace, Middlesex. Sir JAMES CLARKE LAWRENCE, ist Baronet, 2nd son of the late William Lawrence, Esq., an Alderman of London ; b. Sept. 1st, 1820; is an Alderman and a D.L. for City of London, Pres. of Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlehem, and a J. P. for Middlesex, Surrey, and Westminster ; was Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1862-3, ar >d Lord Mayor of London 1868-9 ; sat as M.P. for Lambeth (L) May to July 1865, and 1868-85 ; unsuccessfully contested N. Div. of Lam- beth 1885, and W. Div. of Carmarthenshire 1886 : m. 1887, Agnes Harriette, el. da. of Michael Castle, Esq., J.P., of Hatherleigh House, Clifton, Gloucestershire, and has issue. ^rms Ermine, on a cross raguly gules, between in the first and fourth quarters, a lictor's fasces erect encircled by a wreath of oak proper, a pair Per ardua stabihs. o f compasses extended or. Crest A wolfs head erased argent crusilly, Firm in difficulties. and charged with a pair of compasses extended sable. Residence 23, Hyde Park Gardens, W. Clubs Reform, Devonshire, City Liberal. Daugh ter living Theodora Agnes Clarke, b. 1889. Brothers living Sir William, b. 1818 [see " Knightage"]. Edwin, LL.B., b. 1837 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1867; is a D.L. for London; unsuccessfully contested E. Berks 1865, and Haggerston Div. of Shoreditch (LU) 1886: m. 1874, Edith Jane, da. of the late John Benjamin Smith, Esq., M.P. Residences, King's Ride, Ascot, Berks; 10, Kensington Palace Gardens, W. Clubs, Reform, Burlington, Devonshire, City Liberal. Sister living Jane. Residences, 75, Lancaster Gate, W. ; 3, Adelaide Crescent, Brighton.
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