DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 357 Jessie Mary, Alice Hilda, Grace Mackworth, Gertrude Frances. Mary : ;. 1864, Maj.-Gen. Edmund Lewin Taverner, who d. 1891 (formerly of Bom. S.C.), and has issue living, Lewin Mack- worth, b. 1866: m. 1891, Gertrude Amy, da. of C. C. Graham, Esq., of Karori and Wellington, New Zealand, Herbert Lacy, b. 1870. Residence, Greatbridge House, Romsey, Hants. Augusta Octavia. Grandchildren of the late Lieut. Herbert Mackworth (ante) : Issue of the late Herbert Francis Mackworth, Esq.,<$. 1823, d. 1858 : m. 1853, Julia Henrietta, who d. 1883, da. of Sir Digby Mackworth, 4th baronet : Audley, b. 1857. Constance. Theodora. Issue of the late William Augustus Mackworth, Esq., b. 1825, d. 1855 : m. 1852, Juliet Anne Owen, da. of Frank Valpy, Esq., of Dunedin, New Zealand : Wilhelmina Jessie. Issue of the late Arthur Francis John Mackworth, 4th son of 3rd baronet, b, 1804, d. 1835 : in. 1831, Augusta Mary, who d. 1884, da. of Joseph Gilbert, Esq., of Maddington, Wilts : Fanny Augusta Matilda. Issue of the late William Harcourt Isham Mackworth-Dolben, Esq., sth son of 3rd baronet, b. 1806, d. 1872 : in. 1835, Frances, who d. 1892, da. of William Somerset Dolben, Esq. : Ellen. This family is of considerable antiquity in Shropshire and Derbyshire, and a member of it fought at Poictiers in 1356. Sir Francis Mackworth, a distinguished royalist, fought on the side of Charles I. Col. Humphrey Mackworth, a man of considerable note temp. Commonwealth, was M.P. for Salop, was Governor for Shrewsbury, and one of Cromwell's Council. The ist baronet sat as M.P. for Cardiff, and the 2nd baronet bequeathed the Gnoll Castle estate to his widow. MACLEAN, Creation 1631. of Morvaren, Argyllshire. Sir FiTzRov DONALD MACLEAN, loth Baronet ; b. May i8th, 1835 ; s. his father, Col. Si> CHARLES FIT/,- ROY, 1883 ; formerly Lieut. -Col. 1 3th Hussars ; served in Crimea 1854-5 (medal with two clasps, and Turkish medal) ; is Col. W. Kent Yeo. Cav., a J.P. for Kent, Head of the Houses of Duart, Brolos and Morvaren, and 26th Chief of the Clan Maclean : m. 1872, Constance Marianne, da. of the late George Holland Ackers, Esq., of Moreton Hall, Cheshire, and has issue. $ruts Quarterly : ist, argent, a rock gule ; 2nd, argent, a dexter hand fessewise couped gules holding a cross-crosslet fitchee in pale azure ; 3rd, or, a lymphad sable ; 4th, argent, a salmon naiant proper, in chief two eagles' heads erased affronte gules. Crtst A tower embattled argent. $upyovtf rs Two ostriches, each having in its beak a horseshoe proper. Residence 15, Hyde Park Terrace, Cumberland Gate, W. Clubs Army and Navy, United Service, Boodle's. Sons living HECTOR FITZROY, b. Feb. I 7 th, 1873. Charles Lachlan, R.N., b. 1874 ; became a Midshipman 1891. John Marsham, b. 1879. Daughter living Finovola Marianne Eleanor, b. 1887. Sisters living Emily Frances Harriet. Louisa Marianne (Hon. Mrs. Ralph Nej.'il[) : m. 1860, the Hon. Ralph Pelham Nevill, brother of ist Marquess of Abergavenny. Residences, Birling Manor, Maidstone ; 38, Lowndes Square, S.W. Fanny Henrietta (Baroness Hood of Avalon)'. in. 1855, the ist Baron Hood of Avalon. Residence, 19, Queen's Gate Place, S.W. Georgiana Marcia (Baroness LlangattocK): m. 1868, the ist Baron Llangattock. Residences, The H end re, Monmouth ; Llangattock Manor, Monmouth ; South Lodge, Rutland Gate, S.W. The ist baronet was a zealous adherent of King Charles I. The 2nd baronet fell at the battle of Inverkeithing, 1651. The 5th baronet was arrested on suspicion of enlisting men at Edinburgh for the French army in aid of the Jacobite cause, and having suffered two years' imprisonment, was liberated in pursuance of the Act of Grace 1747. MACMAHON, Creation 1815, of Dublin. Sir WILLIAM SAMUEL MACMAHON, 3rd Baronet ; b- Nov. 9th, 1839 ; s. his father, Sir BERESFORD BURSTON, 1873 ; served inDiplo. Ser. 1858-62 ; formerly Capt. 2nd Life Guards; is a J. P. for co. Clare. ,3rjns Per saltire or and ermine, a lion passant azure between two lions passant-reguardant gules. Cast An arm embowed in armour holding a sword all proper, surmounted by a portcullis gules, chained or. Seat Mountfield Lodge, Mountfield, Tyrone. Clubs St. James's, Raleigh. Brothers living ROBERT BATESON, b. Nov. 5 th, 1840. Beresford Burston, b. 1849. Gerald Charles, 6. 1831. Lionel, b. 1856 ; formerly Lieut. sSth Regt. Club, St. Stephen's. Sisters living Catherine Charlotte (Lady Grogaii), m. 1867, Sir Edward Grogan, ist baronet, who d. 1891. Residences, Moyvore, co. Westmeath ; Sic nos, sic sacra tuemur. Ballyntire, Hall, Dublin. Frances Thomasine : /. 1863, Joseph Thusivedi'feiidourseh'es, Gubbins, Esq., and has issue living, Francis Joseph Beresford, b. 1865, and our sacred rights. Frederick William Beresford, b. 1868 ; is Lieut. R.E., Marcus Stamer
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