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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 401 Norrie, da. of the late George L. A. Moke, Esq., of New York, and has issue living, Lennox Robert Murray, b. 1890, Gerald Francis George, b. 1892. William Edward Stirling, 6. 1858 : m. 1884,. Jane, da. of the late P. Reid, Esq. Residence, Milliken, St. Kitts. Sisters living Anne Salisbury Mary Meliora {Lady Hay) : m. 1881, Sir John Adam Robert Hay, 9th baronet. Residence, King's Meadows, Haystoun, Peebles, N.B. Aymee Elizabeth Georgiana {Lady Clerk) : in. 1875, Sir George Douglas Clerk, 8th baronet. Residence, Penicuik House, Midlothian. Theodora Evelyn. Aunt living (daughter of 8th Baronet) Mary: m, 1839, Robert Speir, Esq., who d. 1853, and has issue living, Robert Thomas Napier (of Blackstown, Paisley, N.B.), b. 1841 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; is a J.P. and D.L. for Renfrewshire: m. 1868, the Hon. Emily Gifford, da. of 2nd Baron Gifford, Elizabeth Christian Stirling: m. 1867, Archibald Campbell Douglas, Esq., of Milns, Milngavie, N.B. Residence, Mains, Milngavie, N.B. Widow living Of 9th Baronet ANNE SALISBURY MELIORA (Lady Napier), da. of John Ladeveze Adlercron, Esq., of Moyglare, co. Meath : m. 1850, Sir Robert John Milliken Napier,, 9th baronet, who d. 1884. Residence, Milliken, Johnstone, Renfrewshire. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late John Stirling Napier, Esq., son of 8th baronet, b. 1820, d. 1891 : in. 1845, Janet (now of 8, Grosvenor Street, Edinburgh), da. of Andrew Brown, Esq.,, of Auchintorlie, Renfrewshire : John Stirling, b. 1856 ; is Major Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), and Adj. of its 4th Batn. Mary Elizabeth. This family is a branch of the Earls of Levenax or Lennox (title extinct), and is said to have taken its name from a saying by Alexander III. (of Scotland), after battle, that Lennox had na peer (no equal). Sir William, the 8th baronet, was served heir male general to Archibald, 3rd Baron Napier, 1817, and afterwards, after a lapse of 124 years, assumed the baronetcy, one of the oldest in Scotland. NAPIER, Creation 1867. Sir WILLIAM LENNOX NAPIER, 3rd Baronet ; b. Oct. I2th, 1867 ; s. his father, Sir JOSEPH, 1884 ; ed. at Jesus Coll., Camb. ; formerly Capt. 1st Sussex Artillery Vol. : m. 1890, Mabel Edith Geraldine, da. of the late Rev. Charles Thornton Forster, V. of Hinxton, Cambridgeshire. ^rms -Argent, on a saltire engrailed between four roses gules, five escallops or. Crest A dexter cubit arm erect proper, charged with a rose gules, the hand grasping a crescent argent. Residence 4, Temple Sheen, East Sheen, Surrey. Sans tache. Without blemish. Brother living JOSEPH DUNCAN MORTIMER, b. Aug. i 3 th,t8 7 i. Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet) Cherry : m. 1860, the Rev.. Paulus jEmilius Singer. Residence, Villa Magnolias, Montreux, Switzerland.^^ Grace Annie Marie Louise: m. 1868, John William Gardiner, Esq., formerly B.C.S., and has issue living, Joseph Napier, b. 1871, Herbert William, b. 1875, James Ernest, b. 1879, Allan Frederick, b. 1881, Alexander Anson, b. 1886, Frances Mary Theodora, Evelyn Annie, Rosetta Elizabeth. Katharine Maud, Margaret Winifred. Residence, Glenwood, Auckland Road, Upper Norwood, S.E. WidOWS living Of 1st and 2nd Baronets CHERRY (Lady Napier), da. of the late John Grace, Esq., of Dublin: m. 1830, the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Napier, P.C., D.C.L., LL.D., ist baronet, who d. 1882. MARIA (Lady Napier), da. of the late Joseph Mortimer, Esq., of Weymouth : in. 1864, Sir Joseph Napier, 2nd baronet, who d. 1884. Residence, 37, Tisbury Road, Brighton. The ist baronet, Sir Joseph, P.C., D.C.L., LL.D., sat as M.P. for Dublin University- ((7)1848-58, and was Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1858 9, a member of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council 1868-81, First Lord Commissioner for Custody of Great Seal in Ireland 1874, and Vice-Chancellor oi Dublin University 1867-80. NEAVE, Creation 1795, of Dagnam Park, Essex. Sir THOMAS LEWIS HUGHES NEAVE, 5th Baronet ; b. June 26th, 1874 ; s. his father 1877 ; ed. at Eton. Vrms Argent, on a cross sable five fleurs-de-lis or. Crtat Out of a ducal, coronet gold a lily, stalked and leaved vert, flowered and seeded or. Seats Dagnam Park, Romford ; Llysdulas, Amlwch, Anglesey. Brother living ARUNDELL, b. July 2nd, 1875. Sister living Mary Gertrude Catherine. Aunts living (daughters of 3rd Baronet) Mary Blanche : m. 1860, John' Richard Westgarth Hildyard, Esq., who d. 1888, and has issue living, John. Arundell, b. 1861, Edward Digby, b. 1864, Blanche : m. 1889, Charles Edward Ringrose, Esq., Phillis Mary, Elizabeth Muriel, Venetia Dorothy, Gertrude Isabel, Cicely Frances. Residences, Hutton Bon- ville Hall, Northallerton ; Horsley, Stanhope, co. Durham. Frances Eleanor. Residence, 88, St. George's Road, S.W. Venetia : m. 1860, the Rev. John Whitaker Maitland, M.A., R. and Patron of Loughton, and. Rural Dean, and has issue living, William Whitaker, b. 1864, Reavely Arundell, b. 1871, John Digby, b. 1872, Peregrine Neave, b. 1884, Venetia Mary : m. 1882, Alfred Money- Wigram, Esq. [see FiuWygram,. 26 Sola proba quse honesta. Those things only are becoming which arc honourable.