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3 68 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Issue of the late Major Edward Heathcote Smith, 6th son of 2nd baronet, b. 1813, d. 1871 : in. 1839, Christina, da. of William Mackintosh, Esq., of Geddes, N.B. : Amelius Morland, b. 1845 ; formerly Lieut. i8th Hussars, Capt. New Zealand Militia, and Assist. Colonial Sec. New Zealand : m. 1877, Louisa, da. of Henry Howorth, Esq., of Dunedin, New Zealand, and has issue living, Frank, b. 1882, Christine Mary Louise, b. 1880. Residence, Wellington, New Zealand. Rev. Heathcote, b. 1847 ; formerly Sup. of Police, N.W. Provinces, Bengal : is Chaplain of Brighton Workhouse : in. 1873, Clara Jane, da. of John Ross Soden, Esq., of Clapham, Surrey, and has issue living, Bertram Heathcote,/'. 1879, Clifford Edward Heathcote,/'. 1883, Frances Ethel Heathcote. Residence, Brighton. Jane Elizabeth Anna. Eleanora Frances: in. 1865, Edward James Castle, Esq., Q.C. (Recorder of Winchester), and has issue living, Harold Cyril Palmer, b. 1868, Reginald Wingfield, b. 1874, William Charles, b. 1875, Thomas Amelius Marriott, b. 1877, Nowell Stuart, b. 1886, Mildred Isabel, Helen Margaret, Cicily Blanche Murton. Residence, 89, Harcourt Terrace, S. Kensington, S.W. Isabel Stuart. The 4th baronet assumed the additional surname and arms of Marriott. MARTIN, Creation 1791, of Lockynge, Berkshire. Sir WILLIAM FANSHAWE MARTIN, G.C.B., 4th Baronet, son of the late Adm. Sir Thomas Byam Martin, G.C. B. , 4th son of ist Baronet ; b. Dec. 5th, 1801 ; s. his cousin, Sir HENRY, 1863; entered R.N. 1813. became Rear- Adm. 1853, Vice-Adm. 1861, Adm. 1863. and Rear-Adm. of United King- dom 1878. placed on retired list 1870 ; was Com.-in-Ch. in Mediterranean 1860-63, and at Devonport 1866-9: m. ist, 1826, the Hon. Anne Best, who d. 1836, da. of 1st Baron Wynford; 2ndly, 1838, Sophia Elizabeth, who d. 1874, da. of Richard Hurt, Esq. , of Wirksworth, and has issue. $rms Gules, on a chevron between three crescents argent, two anchors each with a piece of cable proper. Crest A dexter hand brandishing a sabre trenchant proper, hilt and pommel or. jjtttonU gttotto " Pro patria" {For my country). Residence Upton Gray, Odiham, Hants. Club United Service. Auxilium ab alto. Help from on high. Son living By 2nd marriage RICHARD BYAM, b. 1841 : m. 1869, Catherine, only child of the late Capt. Knipe, i5th Dragoon Guards, and has issue living, two daus. Residence, Daughters living By 1st marriage Anne. By 2nd marriage Sophia. Caroline Grace. Harriette. Georgiana. Sister living Of 4th Baronet Wilhelmina Mary. The ist baronet was Comptroller of the Navy. MARTIN, Creation 1885, of Cappagh, co. Dublin, and of Merrion Square, Dublin. Sir RICHARD MARTIN, ist Baronet, 5th son of James Martin, Esq., of Santry and Cappagh; b. March I7th, 1831 ; is a Shipowner, a D.L. and J.P. for Dublin, and Chm. of the Dublin, Wicklow, and Wetfford Railway ; formerly Pres. of Dublin Chamber of Commerce : m. 1864, Mary, da. of Sir Dominic Corrigan, M.D., ist baronet (ext.}. ^rms Sable, a cross Calvary or, in chief the sun in splendour of the last, between, on the dexter an increscent, and on the sinister a decrescent, argent. Crtst In front of an anchor erect sable, an estoile or. Sic itur ad astra. Residence %, Merrion Square South, Dublin. Clubs Stephen's Thus they go to heaven. Green, Royal Irish Yacht. Maryon-Wilson, see Wilson. MASSY, Creation 1781, of Doonass, Clare. [Extinct 1870.J Sir HUGH DILLON MASSY, 3rd and last Baronet. Half-Sister living Of 3rd Baronet Susanna: m. 1843, Samuel H. Bindon, Esq., who d. 1870, M.P. for Castlemaine, Victoria, 1864, and Minister of Justice there 1866. Residences, 40, Great Davis Street, South Yarra, Melbourne ; Charlesfort, Tennyson Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne. Mather-Jackson, see Jackson.