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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 327 DE BURGH-LAWSON, Creation 1665, of Brough, Yorkshire. Sir HENRY ALFRED STODDART DE BURGH- LAWSON, 9th Baronet ; b. 1851 ; s. his father. Sir HENRY, 1892. ^rms ist and 4th, argent a chevron between three martlets sable ; 2nd and 3rd, argent on a saltire sable, five swans of the field proper. Crtsts ist, on a cap of maintenance gules turned up ermine, a martlet proper ; 2nd, two arms embowed vested erminois cuffed argent, holding a sun proper ; 3rd, on a cap of maintenance gules turned up ermine, a swan proper. Resides in America. Leve ct reluis. Arise and re-illumine. Brothers living-ADOLPHUS HENRY WORMALD, 6. i8 S3: is Major 4th Batn. Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.). Wormald De Lisle Henry, b. 1860: m. 1891, Alice, da. of Andrew J. Brown, Esq., of North Elmsall Hall, Pontefract. Resi- dence, Eastoft Hall, Lincolnshire. Sisters living Mary Harriot Stoddart : m. 1875, John Edward Munro, Esq., and has issue living, John Edward, b. 1876, George, b. 1885, Mary Katharine, Hilda, Eleanor, Victoria. Residence, Chillingham Lodge, Anerley, S.E. Annie Hutchin- son : ;. 1869, G. Edmundson Cockcroft, Esq., who d. 1879. Residence, Pine House, Hurworth, Durham. Clara Alexandrina Wormald. Ada Mary Wormald : m. 1889, Ellis Lever, Esq. Residences, Tan-y-bryn, Colwyn Bay, N. Wales; Culcheth Hall, Bowdon, Cheshire. Adela Maude Mary Bigland : m. 1891, Alexander Coghill Wylie, Esq., Bar.-at-law. Residence, 19, St Edmund's Terrace, Primrose Hill, N.W Helen Mary De Burgh : ;. 1886, the Rev. William Meyler Warlow, Incumbent of St. Andrew's, Kelso, N.B. Aunt living (sister of 8th baronet) Harriot Lawson. Residence, Ivy House, Whitby. Widow living Of 8th Baronet FANNIE {Lady De Burgk-Lawson), widow of the Rev. George Heriot, of Fellow Hill, Berwickshire : m. 1883, as his second wife, Sir Henry De Burgh-Lawson, 8th baronet, who d. 1892. Residence, Gatherley Castle, near Richmond, Yorkshire. This baronetcy was supposed to have become extinct on the death of Sir Henry, the 6th baronet in 1834, and a new baronetcy in 1841 was conferred upon William Wright, Esq., who assumed the name of Lawson, after taking the Brough Hall estates. Henry Lawson, Esq., of Filingthdrpe, the 7th baronet dejure, a. lineal descendant of William, third son of the ist baronet, did not assume the title, and it remained in abeyance until 1877, when it was resumed by his son. The 8th baronet assumed in 1877 the additional surname and arms of De Burgh. LAWSON, Creation 1831, of Brayton, Cumberland. Sir WILFRID LAWSON, M.P., 2nd Baronet ; b. Sept. 4th, 1829; j. his father, Sir WILFRID, 1867; is a J.P. for Cumberland; unsuccessfully contested W. Cumberland 1857; sat as M.P. for Carlisle (Z) 1859-65, and 1868-85 ; has sat for Cockermouth Div. of Cumberland since 1886, having un- successfully contested it 1885 : m. 1860, Mary, da. of Joseph Pocklington-Senhouse, Esq., of Netherhall, Cumberland, and has issue. itatron 0f &nt Jibing Isell V., Cumberland. gurms Per pale argent and sable, a chevron counterchanged on a canton sable, two bars, or. Crtst Out of clouds proper, two arms embowed vested erminois cuffed sable, holdiifg a sun also proper. Seats Brayton, Carlisle; Isell Hall, Cockermouth. Cumberland. Quod honestum utile. Tmm R es idence-L, Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. Clubs Reform, What is honest is useful. Wellington. Sons living WILFRID, b. Oct. 2ist, 1862 : m. 1891, Mary Camilla, da. of the late Turner A. Macan, Esq.. of Elstow, Beds, and Cariff, co. Armagh. Arthur, b. 1866. Mordaunt, b. 1868. Godfrey,'/;. 1880. Daughters living Ellen (Hon. Mrs. Arthur Holland- Hibbert) : m. 1884, the Hon. Arthur Henry Holland-Hibbert [see B. Knutsford]. Residence, Munden, Watford. Mabel. Lucy. Josephine. Brothers living Gilfrid, b. 1833. William, b. 1836: m. 1870, Emilie Jane Tyler, of Warwick, Massachusetts. Residence, Sisters living Maria. Elizabeth. Catherine: m. 1868, John Hampden Fordham, Esq., who a. 1885, Barrister-at-law, and has issue living, Alfred Russell, b. 1873, Edward Wilfrid, b. 1874, John Gurney, b. 1877. Residences, 9, Phillimore Gardens, W. ; Melbourn Bury, Royston. Wilfrid Lawson, Esq., M.P. for Cumberland in the Restoration Parliament, was created a baronet by James II. (about 1685). The title became extinct on the death of the loth baronet, 1806. The estates passed to Thomas Wybergh, Esq., whose son Wilfrid assumed the name of Lawson, and was created a baronet.