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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. g C. Capt. James Lowry Cole Acton, ist Batn. Connaught Rangers, and has issue living, Armar Edward b. 1889, Owen Henry b. 1890. Residence, i, Cranley Place, Onslow Square, S.W. Club, Athenseum. George Bryan, C.B., b. 1822 ; entered Army 1839, and retired as Hon. Lieut. -Gen. 1884 ; was Assist. Mil. Sec. at Mauritius 185^-6 ; has been Major of Tower of London since 1870; served in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857, and in Oude campaign 1858-9 (medal with two clasps and C.B.) ; has old medal of Roy. Humane So. for saving from drowning in 1848 the lives of four brother officers ; .B. 1875: in. 1861, Mary Rose, who d. 1885, da. of Gen. William Lovelace Walton, and has issue living, Angelena Frances. Residence, Queen's House, Tower of London, E.G. Club, Army and Navy.^^Gustavus Hamilton Lockwood, b. 1824 ; entered R.A. 1843, became Maj.-Gen. 1875 ; served in Crimean campaign 1855 (medal with clasp, 5th class Medjidie, and Turkish medal) ; was Mil. Sec. and D.Q.G. at Mauritius 1866-9 : >* '872, Louisa Mary (Baroness Berkeley in her own right), da. of the late Hon. Craven FitzHardinge Berkeley [see B. Berkeley]. Residence, Martins Heron, Bracknell, Berks. Club, Army and Navy. Everard Stepney, b. 1832 ; entered Madras Artillery 1849, R.A. 1861, became Lieut.-Col. 1872 ; served in Indian Mutiny campaign 1858 (medal) ; is Gov. of H.M.'s Prison, Holloway : m. ist, 1865, Frances Elizabeth, who d. 1870, da. of Thomas Clarke, Esq., of Madras C.S. ; 2ndly, 1874, Grace Henrietta Hamilton, da. of William Bell, Esq., and has issue living (by ist marriage), Ethel Frances, Helen Margaret, Leonora Maria, Mildred Charlotte, (by 2nd marriage). Edmund Wilbraham Everard, b. 1880, Octavius Rodney Everard, b. 1882, Elsie Hamilton, Phyllis Grace Ida. Residence, Governor's House, H.M.'s Prison, Holloway, N. - Angelena Emily Maria. Residence, 9, Berkeley Square, W. Jemima Anna Maria. Residence, 9, Berkeley Square, W. Issue of the late Very Rev. Henry Hart Milman. D.D., 3rd son of :st baronet, b. 1791, d. 1868 : m. 1824, Mary Anne, who d. 1871, da. of Lieut.-Gen. William Cockell, of Sandleford Lodge. Newbury : Rev. William Henry, b. 1825; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1847, M- A - 1850); is a Minor Canon of St. Paul's, R. of St. Augustine and St. Faith, London, and Librarian of Sion Coll. : m. 1884, Julia Margaret, da. of Sir George Campbell, M.P., K. C.S.I. Residence, 15, Corn- wall Gardens, S.W. Clubs, City Liberal, Athenamm. - Arthur, b. 1829 ; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford : Bar. Inner Temple 1853 ; is Registrar of Univ. of London : m. 1872, Frances, Mary, who d. 1886, da. of John Laurence Tatham, Esq., Barrister-at-law, of West Hill, Highgate, N. , and has issue living, Ida Mary, Sylvia Frances, Enid Alice, Maud. Residence, 22. The Grove, Boltons, S.W. Club, Athenaeum. - Archibald John Scott, C.B., b. 1834 ; ed. at Westmins- ter, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (M.A. 1858); is Clerk Assist. House of Commons; C.B. 1892 : m. 1871, Susan Augusta Carter, da. of Robert Hanbury, Esq., formerly of Bolehall. Staffordshire, and has issue living, Lilian Mary Hart, Margarita Harriet Hart, Violet Eveline Hart, Rosalind LouisaHart, Eglantine Olive Hart, Daphne Ellen Dianora Hart. Residence, Speaker's Court, Palace of Westminster, S.W. Clubs, Oxford and Cambridge, Athenaeum. The ist baronet was Physician to King George III. MILNE, Creation 1876, of Inveresk, Midlothian. Sir ALEXANDER MILNE, G.C.B., ist Baronet, second son of the late Adm. Sir David Milne, G.C.B. ; b. Nov. loth, 1806: entered R.N. 1817; became Capt. 1839, Rear-Adm. 1858, Vice- Adm. 1865. Adm. 1870, and Adm. of the Fleet 1881 ; retired 1876 ; was a Lord of the Admiralty 1847-59, 1866-8, and 1872-6, and Com. -in-Ch. on N. American and W. Indian stations 1860-64, and on Mediterranean station 1869-70 ; is an Elder Brother of the Trinity House, and a J.P. for Berwickshire ; K.C.B. (civil) 1858, and (mil.) 1864 ; G.C.B. 1871 ; F.R.S. Edin., and F.R.G-S. : m. 1850, Euphemia, who d. 1889, da. of Archibald Cochran, Esq., of Ashkirk, Roxburghshire, and has issue. gtrms Erminois, a cross moline quarterly pierced or, between three mullets, two and one, azure. A chief of honorable augmentation wavy aigent, thereon a fortified circular lighthouse, with a red flag flying, flanked on the dexter by a hexagon battery of three tiers of guns, with a like flag flying, and on the sinister by another battery of two tiers of guns connected by a wall with the lighthouse, all proper, the whole intended to represent that part of the works defending the town and port of Algiers, to which His Majesty's ship "Impregnable," which bore the flag of the Rear-Admiral, (Sir David Milne, G.C.B.), was opposed in the memorable attack on August 27th, 1816. st Out of a naval crown or, a dexter cubit arm, vested azure, the hand proper grasping a flagstaff, therefrom flying the flag of a rear-admiral of the blue, inscribed with the word "Impregnable" in letters of gold. .Sturporttr* Dexter, a figure, designed to represent a Christian slave, holding in his dexter hand a passion cross or, and in his sinister hand his fetters broken proper ; sinister, a sailor habited, and armed with cutlass and pistols proper, holding in the exterior hand a flagstaff, therefrom flowing towards the dexter, a banner, azure, in canton the union. Seat Inveresk, Musselburgh, N.B. Town Residence i, Lowndes Street, Belgrave Square, S.W. Club United Service. Son living ARCHIBALD BERKELEY, R.N., b. June 2nd, 1855; ed. at Rev. Mr. Nind's, and at Wellington Coll. ; entered R.N. 1869, became Com. 1884, and Capt. 1891 ; served on coast of Kaffraria during Transkei war 1877-8, as Naval A.D.C. to Lord Chelmsford in Zulu war 1878-9 (wounded at Ulundi, and several times mentioned in Naval and Mil. despatches), and in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal, bronze star, and 4th class Medjidie). Daughters living Margaret Agnes : /. 1884, Thomas Cordes. Esq. Residence, Silwood Park. Ascot. - Grace Alice. As much by -war as by skill.