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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 411 (William Henry) Cooke, Q.C., of 42, Wimpole Street, W. Residence, 2, Egerton Mansions, S.W. Edmond Lyons, b, 1868. Mariquita Justa. The ist baronet was M.P. for Cashel (L) 1846-59, and Lord Mayor of Dublin 1844 and 1849. He fas created a baronet on the occasion of Her Majesty visiting Ireland. O'BRIEN, Creation 1891. Right Hon. Sir PETER O'BRIEN, P.C., ist Baronet, son of the late John O'Brien, Esq., M.P., of Elm Vale and Ballimalackin. co. Clare; b., 1842; Bar. King's Inns, Dublin, 1865, a Q.C. 1880, and a Bencher 1^04; appointed Senior Crown Prosecutor for Dublin 1883, and 3rd Sergeant- at-Law 1884 ; was Solicitor-Gen, for Irelan i 1887-8, and Attorney-Gen 1888-9, when he was appointed Lord Chief Justice of Ireland : m. 1867, Annie, da. of Robert Clarke, Esq., of Bansha, co. Tipperary, and has issue. SVrms- Gules, three lions passant-guardant in pale, per pale or and argent, a chief of the second. Crest An arm embowed, vested azure, brandishing a sword argent, pommel and hilt or, and charged with a fasus in pale proper. Residence 41, Merrion Square, Dublin. Clubs Kildare Street Garrick, University (Dublin). Daughters living Anne Georgina Ellen Mary. OCHTERLONY, Creation 1823, of Ochterlony, Forfarshire. Sir DAVID FERGUSON OCHTERLONY, 3rd Baronet; b. Oct. 27th, 1848; s. his father, AV CHARLES METCALFE, 1891 ; ed. at St. Andrews ; is Accountant at Edinburgh to Scotch Education Depart. : m. 1873, Somerville, da. of Barron Gra- hame, Esq., of Morphie, Kincardineshire, and has issue. ^rms Azure, a lion rampant argent charged on the shoulder with a key erect wards upwards of the field, and holding in the forepaws a trident or, all within a bordure wavy of the second charged with four buckles gules. Crest A swan, wings elevated argent, ducally collared and chained or, the breast charged with a buckle gules, and the wings and body debruised by a bendlet sinister wavy azure. Residence Balerno, Midlothian. Vigueur de dessus. Strength from above. SOUS living MATTHEW MONTGOMERIE, b. Feb. 28th, 1880. l / / *' it David Mackenzie Cotman, b. 1885. Charles Francis, b. 1891. ' Daughters living - Somerville Barclay. Sarah Ogilvy Grahame. Rose Walcott. Mary Amelia Margaret Jane Herdman. Brother living Ross Wilkie, b. 1853. Sisters living Sarah Helen (Lady Liston-Fonlis) : m. 1868, Sir James Liston-Foulis, gth baronet. Residence, Millburn Tower, Edinburgh Charlotte Amy. Mary Hunter: m. 1889, Major John Grant, formerly Bom. S. C. Residence, Seafield, Ferry Road, Edinburgh. WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet SARAH (Lady Ochterlony), da. of William P. Tribe, Esq., of Liverpool : m. 1844, Sir Charles Metcnlfe Ochterlony, 2nd baronet, who d. 1891. Residence, 12, Eildon Street, Edinburgh. _ The ist baronet, Maj.-Gen. Sir David Ochterlony, G.C.B., Col. of the 28th Bengal Native Infantry, distinguished himself in the Nepaulese war, and was thanked by both Houses of Parliament. The 2nd Baronet succeeded under a special remainder. O'CONNELL, Creation 1869, of Lake View, Killarney, co. Kerry, and of Ballybeggan, Tralee, co. Kerry. Sir MAURICE JAMES O'CONNELL, 2nd Baronet ; b. Oct. 3ist, 1821 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES, 1872 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for co. Kerry (High Sheriff 1850) : m. 1855, Emily Climes, da. of the late Rear-Adm. Sir Richard O'Conor, K.C.H., and has issue. ^rms Per fesse argent and vert, a stag trippant between three tre foils slipped counterchanged. Crtst A stag's head erased argent, charged with trefoil slipped vert. Seats Lakeview, Killarney ; Ballybeggan, Tralee, co. Kerry. C'iall agus neart. Reason and strength. Sons living DANIEL ROSS, b. Jan. i8th, 1861 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin ; was High Sheriff of co. Kerry 1892. Club, Garrick. Morgan Ross, b. 1862; is a J.P. for co. Kerry: ;. 1884, Mary Pauline, da. of Lieut. -Col. James Francis Hickie, of Slevoir, Tipperary, and has issue living, Maurice James Arthur, b. 1889, Lucila Emily, Calli.sta Eileen. Residence, 46, Northumberland Road, Dublin. Club, Raleigh. James Ross, b. 1863 ; is Lieut. The King's (Shropshire L.I.), serving with Egyptian Army.