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39 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. United Service. Arthur Graham, b. 1857 ; ed. at Eton. Club, Junior Carlton. -Wilfred Graham, b. 1864 ; ed. at Eton ; is Capt. and Batn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's): in. 1892, Mary Frances, da. of Surg.-Maj.-Gen. Alexander Frederick Bradshaw, C.B. Rev. Cecil Graham, b. 1867 ; ed. at Eton, and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1891) ; is Curate of Mistley, Essex. Daughters living Evelyn Sarah: m. 1878, Herbert Webb Bonsor, Esq. Ellen Gertrude: ;. 1888, John Barnard Hankey, Esq. Residence, Fetcham Park, Surrey. Brother living John Francis, b. 1826; is a J.P. for Middlesex, and a D.L. for City of London. Residence, 33, Park Street, Grosvenor Square, W. Club, Conservative. Sisters living Mary Ann: m. 1844, William- Butler Langmore, Esq., M.R.C.S., who d. 1891, and has issue living, William, b. 1852 : ;. 1874, Elizabeth Kemshead, da. of Samuel S. Bankhart, Esq., of Leicester, and has issue living, Wilfrid Bankhart b. 18 , Cyril b. 18 , Frances Graham b. 18 , Kathleen Mary b. 18 , Mary Ann: tit. 1867, Edward Ellis, Esq., of Wallington Manor, Surrey, and has issue living, Everett Wodehouse b. 1883, Mary Graham : >/i. 1890, the Rev. Herbert Muir (Sec. Church Parochial Mission So.), of Paine's Hill, Limpsfield, Surrey, Violet, Edith Susan, Lilian Mary, Ivy Sybil, Beryl Mary Jeaffreson. Residence, " Dundaire," College Road, Upper Norwood, S.E. Ellen : m. 1847, William Bosville James, Esq., who d. 1885, and has issue living, Edward Bosville (Club, Junior United Service), b. 1849 ; formerly Major Norfolk Regr. ; retired as Lieut.-Col., Emily Louisa, Alice Mary, Florence Bosville, Grace Kathleen Bosville. Residence, 13, Blomfield Road, Maida Hill, W. Louisa: m. 1845, John Andrew Clarke, Esq., who d. 1882, and has issue living, John Francis, b. 1846 : m. 1878, Kate, da. of the late William Ewings, Esq., of London, Robert, b. 1860: m. 1884, Lucy Anne. da. of Richard Willett Roberts, Esq., of 34, Redcliffe Square, S.W. Residence, Woodville, Worcester Park, Surrey. The ist baronet, Sir Francis Graham Moon, an eminent fine-art publisher, was Lord Mayor of London 1854-5. Was created a baronet in recognition of the visit of the late Emperor (Napoleon III.) and the Empress of the French to the Guildhall, April 1855. MOON, Creation 1887, of Copsewood, Stoke, co. Warwick. Sir RICHARD MOON, ist Baronet; b. 1814; was Chm. of London and North- Western Railway Co. 1861-91 : m. 1840, Eleanor, who d. 1891, da. of John Brocklebank, Esq., of Hazleholme, Cumberland, and has issue. $rms Argent, an eagle displayed between two Haunches gules, each charged with a fleur-de-lis of the field, on a chief of the second three cres- cents of the first. Crest A fleur-de-lis argent in front of a demi-eagle displayed gules, charged on the breast with an escutcheon of the first bearing a crescent also gules. Seat Copsewood Grange, Coventry. SOUS living EDWARD, b. June 4th, 1841 ; ed. at Edinburgh Univ. : in. 1866, Jessie, da. of Benjamin Darbyshire, Esq., of Kenyon Mount, Claughton, Cheshire, and has issue living, Cecil Ernest, b. 1867, Hubert Charles, b. 1871, Muriel Eleanor, b. 1873. Residence, Cassiobridge, Vmcit omma veritas. Watford. Club, Conservative. Richard, b. 1843 ; ed. at Leamington Truth conquers all Coll., and at Edinburgh Univ. : m. 1868, Sarah, el. da. of Staff-Surg. things. Edward Hugh Blakeney, M.D., and has issue living, Reginald Blakeney, b. 1873, Jasper, b. 1881, Cicely, b. 1869, Sarah Katherine, b. 1874, Morfydd, b. 1879. Residence, Pen-y-voel, Llanymynech, Wales. Ernest, b. 1854 ; ed. at Win- chester Coll., and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (LL.B. 1877); Bar. Inner Temple 1878: m, 1881, Emma Henrietta Penelope, da. of J. De Villiers-Lamb, Esq., of Coomoo, Coomoo, N.S. Wales, and has issue living, Arthur, b. 1882, Basil, b. 1884. Residence, 46, Elm Park Gardens, S.W. Chambers, 2, Temple Gardens, E.G. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. Daughter living Edith, b. 1851. MOORE, Creation 1681, of Boss Carbery, Cork. Sir THOMAS O'CONNOR MOORE, nth Baronet ; b. 1843 5 s - n ' s father, Sir RICHARD EMMANUEL, 1882. zure, on a chief indented or three mullets gules. Crtst Out of a ducal coronet a Moor's head in profile all proper. Residence Widow living Of 10th Baronet MARGARET MATILDA (Lady Moore), youngest da. of the late A. Ryan O'Connor, Esq., of Kilgobbin House, and sister to the late Thomas F. O'Connor, Barrister-at-law : in. 1851, as his second wife, Sir Richard Emmanuel Moore, loth baronet, who d. 1882. Residence, Cork. Collateral Branch living. Charles, son of Sir Emmanuel Moore, gth baronet, emigrated Fortis cadere, cedere to the U.S.A. ; he m. 18 , and d. 18 , leaving several non potest. sons, and his eldest heir male is k. p. to Baronetcy. The brave man may fall, The 2nd baronet was M.P. for Bandon, and the 3rd baronet sat as M.P. but cannot yieid. for Downpatrick.