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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 417 WidOW living Of 13th Baronet EMMA (Lady Osborne), da. of the late Charles Webb, Esq., of Clapham Common, Surrey : ;. 1873, Sir Charles Stanley Osborne, i3th baronet, who d. 1879, Residences, 20, Eccleston Square, S.W. ; Beechwood Park, Nenagh, co. Tipperary. The 2nd and 6th baronets each represented the co. of Waterford in Parliament. The 7th baronet was a Privy Councillor in Ireland, and sat as M.P. for Carysfort. On the death of the pth baronet the estates passed to his sister Catherine, who married Ralph Bernal-Osborne, Esq., M.P., and whose 2nd daughter, Grace, married in 1874 the zoth Duke of St. Albans. The loth baronet, who was 5th son of the 7th baronet, had, by his marriage with Harriet Toler, Daniel, nth baronet, and two other sons, who pre-deceased him. He married 2ndly, June ijth, 1813, at Limerick, Elizabeth Harding, of BallydufF, by whom he had issue Charles, who had with other issue, Francis, I4th baronet [see ante], whose pedigree was registered by Ulster King of Arms Jan. 1881.

Osborne-Gibbes, see Gibbes. OTWAY, Creation 1831, of Brighton. Right Hon. Sir ARTHUR JOHN OTWAY, P.O., 3rd Baronet ; b. Aug. 8th, 1822 ; s. his brother, Adm. Sir GEORGE GRAHAM, 1881 ; ed. in Germany, and at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sand- hurst ; served in 5ist L.I. 1839-46 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1850 ; is a J.P. for Middlesex ; sat as M.P. for Stafford (L) 1852-7, for Chatham 1859-74, and Rochester 1878-85 ; unsuccessfully contested Chatham 1859 and 1874, and N. Shields 1 86 1 ; was Under Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs 1868-71 ; appointed Chm. of Ways and Means 1883 : m. 1851, Henrietta, da. of Sir James Langham, loth Baronet, and has issue. If God be with its, who can be against us ? Qrms Argent, a pile sable, over all a chevron counter- changed ; on a chief azure an anchor erect encircled by a wreath of laurel or, between, on the dexter, a demi-Neptune proper, issuant out of a naval crown gold, and on the sinister a mermaid proper, tfrtst Out of a ducal coronet or a cross calvary also or, between two wings sable, npportrrs On either side a triton blowing his shell proper, crowned with a naval crown or, across the shoulder a wreath of red coral and holding in the exterior hand a trident, the point downwards sable. Residence 34, Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs Athenaeum, Reform. Daughters living Henrietta Evelyn : m. 1880, Edward Garrow-Whitby, Esq., and has issue living, Humphrey Otway, b. 1883. Phojbe Eleonora. Sister living Martha Stuart {Lady Clarence Paget): m. 1852, Adm. the Right Hon. Lord Clarence Paget, P.C., G.C.B. [see M. Anglesey]. Residence, 7, Cromwell Gardens, S.W. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet ELIZA PRICE NOBLE (Lady Otway) : m. 1868 Adm. Sir George Graham Otway, 2nd baronet, who d. 1881. Residence, Rouge Bouillon, Jersey Adm. Sir Robert Waller, G.C.B. , ist baronet, a dignitario of the Imperial Brazilian Order of the Cross, was for Naval services created a baronet at the Coronation of William IV. ; he was Groom of the Bedchamber to that monarch, and also to Her Majesty. OUTRAM, Creation 1858. ,5FRANCis BOYD OUTRAM, 2nd Baronet; b. Sept. 23rd, 1836; s. his father, Sir JAMES, G.C.B., K.S.I., 1863; ed. at Wimbledon, and at Hailey- bury; entered B.C.S. 1856; was Under-Sec, to Gov. of N.W. Provinces 1858-60; served in India Mutiny campaign 1857-8 (wounded and medal) : m. 1860, Jane Anne, da. of the late Patrick Davidson, Esq., of Inchmarlo, Kincardineshire, and has issue. 5Vrms Or, on a chevron embattled, between three crosses, flory gules, five escallops of the first. Crtst Out of an eastern crown a demi-lion or, gorged with a wreath of laurel proper, holding between the paws a cross-flory gules. npporUrs On either side a royal Bengal tiger guardant proper, gorged / know not how to cJiange my faith. with a wreath of laurel vert, and on the head an eastern crown or, Residence Clachnafaire, Pitlochry, N.B. Sons living Rev. JAMES, b. Oct. I3th, 1864; ed. at Haileybury, and at Pembroke Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1888). Francis Davidson, b. 1867 ; ed. at Haileybury, and at Cooper's Hill ; is Lieut. R.E. Arthur, b. 1871. William, 6. 1874. Daughters living Mary Frances. Margaret Caroline. Ida Mabel. Benjamin Outram, Esq., of Butterley Hall, Derbyshire, was an eminent Civil Engineer, through whose exertions " Tram " roads were popularised. His son, Sir James, the ist baronet, an illustrious Indian General, Administrator and Diplomatist, was buried in Westminster Abbey. 27