DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 395 b. 18 , John Louis Hubert, b. 18 , Michael, b. 18 , Mary, Mary Pauline, Mary Angela. Residence, Selerder, Duloe, Cornwall. Agnes, a nun.-^^Catherine, a nun. WidOW living Of 8th Baronet FRANCES GEOKGIANA (Hon. Lady Mostyn), da. of I4th Baron Lovat : at. 1844, Sir Pyers Mostyn, 8th baronet, who d. 1882. Residence, Haunton Hall, Tarn- worth. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Henry Mostyn, Esq., b. 18 , d. 18 : m. 18 I- Charles, t. 1840 : m. 1864, Jane, da. of the late M. Warren, Esq., of Cheltenham, and has issue living, Charles, 6. 18- , Henry, b. 18 , Edward, b. 18 , William, b. 18 , Arthur, b. 18 , Jane Caroline, Mary, Margaret Emma, Frances Emma, Winifred. - Caroline : ;. 1847, Llewelyn Mostyn [see ante]. Grandchildren of the late George Mostyn, Esq. : Issue of the late George Mostyn, who, through his mother, s. to Barony of Vaux : See B. Vaux of Harrowden. This is one of the numerous Welsh families which descend from Tudor Trevor (the ancestor of the Royal House of Tudor), who is said to have been Earl of Hereford early in the tenth century. Richard ap Howell, a lineal descendant from the above, was seated at Mostyn, temp. Henry VIII., and his son Thomas, who assumed the name of Mostyn, was great-grandfather of the ist baronet. MOWBRAY, Creation 1880, of Warennes Wood, Berkshire. Right Hon. Sir JOHN ROBERT MOWBRAY, P.C., M.P., D.C.L., ist Baronet ; son of the late Robert Stribling Cornish, Esq., of Hills Court, Exeter; b. June 3rd, 1815; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1837, M.A. 1839, Hon. D.C.L. 1869) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1841 ; was Judge Advocate Gen. and Judge Marshal 1858-9 and 1866-8 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. of Durham, a J.P. and a County Alderman for Berks, and a Church Estates Commr. ; sat as M.P. for Dur- ham city (C) 1853-68, since when he has represented Oxford Univ. ; P.C. 1858 ; assumed in 1847, by royal license, the name of Mowbray in lieu of his patronymic : m. 1847, Elizabeth Gray, only child of George Isaac Mowbray, Esq., of Bishopwear- mouth, co. Durham, and of Mortimer, Berks, and has issue. girms Quarterly, ist and 4 th, gules, a lion rampant ermine ; two flaunches or, each charged with three billets in pale azure ; in centre chief Suo stat robore virtus, Virtue stands in its own strength. point a cross crosslet or, Mowbray ; 2nd and 3rd, per pale azure and sable a chevron embattled, between in chief two roses, and in base a cross pattee, Cornish. Crist On an oak tree or a cross crosslet gules, and pendent from the tree an escutcheon gules charged with a lion's head erased argent. jitconD ^ttotto " Deus pascit corvos" (God '/eedeth the ravens). Seat Warennes Wood, Mortimer, Berks. Town Residence 47, Onslow Gardens, S.W. Clubs Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge. __ ___ Sons living ROBERT GRAY CORNISH, M.P., b. May 2ist, 1850; ed. at Eton, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875); is a Fellow of All Souls' Coll., Oxford ; Bar. Inner Temple 1876 ; was Assist. Private Sec. to Chancellor of Exchequer (Rt. Hon. G. J. Goschen) 1888-92 ; unsuccessfully contested Whitby 1880; has sat for Presiwich Div. of S.E. Lancashire (C) since 1886, having been defeated therefor in 1885. Residence, 10, Little Stanhope Street, W. Clubs, Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge..^ Reginald Ambrose, b. 1852 ; ed. at Winchester, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878). - Rev. Edmund George Lionel, b. 1859 ; ed. at Eton, and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885); is V. of St. Bartholomew's, Dover: m. 1891, Caroline E., da. of the late Lieut.-Gen. G. T. Field, R.A., of 3, Wellesley Terrace, Dover. Resi- lience, St. Bartholomew's Vicarage, Dover. Daughters living Annie Maud : m. 1884, the Rev. Charles Thomas Cruttwell, R. of Kibworth and Smeeton Westerby, and Rural Dean of Gartree, and has issue living, Charles Robert Mowbray Eraser, b. 1887, Edward Clement, b. 1888, George Henry Wilson, b. 1891, Edith Maud Mary, b. 1885. Residence, Kibworth Rectory, Leicestershire. Edith Marian. MUIR, Creation 1892, of Deanston, Perthshire, and Park Gardens, Glasgow. am /ianisk;/>s" by ^ tr J OHN MUIR, ist Baronet) only surviving son of the late James Muir, Esq., merchant of Glasgow; b. Dec. 8th, 1828 ; was Lord Provost of Glasgow 1889-92 ; is an extensive East Indian Merchant and Mill Owner of Glasgow, a D.L. for co. Lanark, a J.P. for cos. Perth and Lanark, and Hon. Col. 4th Vol. Batn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) : m. 1860, Margaret Morrison, el. da. of Alexander Kay, Esq., of Cornhill, Lanarkshire, and has issue. Srms Per chevron argent and or, on a chevron cotised azure, a redbreast proper between two mullets of the first ; in chief as many fleurs-de-lis ot the third. Crest A Saracen's head couped, wreathed with laurel proper, charged on the neck with a mullet azure. Seat Deanston, Perthshire. Town Residence, 6, Park Gardens, Glasgow Clubs Reform National Liberal ; Imperial, New and Liberal (Glasgow) ; Scottish Liberal (Edinburgh).
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