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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 421 1830 ;ed. at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B. A. 1854, M.A. 1855); is R. of Eardisley, Rural Dean of Weobley (Div. i), Canon Residentiary of Hereford, and Proctor in Convocation : m. 1854, Ellen, da. of the late Rev. Henry Douglas, Canon of Durham, and has issue living, Mabel Jane : in. 1881, Richard Crawshay Bailey, Esq. [see Bailey, Bart.], Margaret Eleanor: tn. 1801, Charles H. F. Christie, Esq., of Chipping Ongar, Essex. Residences, Eardisley Rectory, Hereford ; The Residence House, Hereford. Thomas, b. 1832; formerly Capt. 471(1 Regt., and Hon. Major Aux- iliary Forces; served throughout Crimean war (medal with three clasps, Turkish medal, 5th class Medjidie) : m. 1860, Harriet Elizabeth, da. of the late Edward Dawson, Esq., M.P., of Whatton House, Leicestershire. Residence, Brook House, Eardisley R.S.O., Herefordshire. Herrick Augustus, b. 1835 ; ed. at Harrow ; formerly Capt. 62nd Regt., and Major Glamorganshire Militia ; served in Crimean campaign (medal with clasp, t,th class Medjidie, Turkish medal) ; slightly wounded and taken prisoner at the storming of the Redan 1855 : tit. 1861, Dorothy Susan, da. of Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, i2th baronet, and has issue living, Heyrick Arthur, b. 1864, Frederick Charles b. 1866, Robert Henry, b. 1868, Charles, b. 1869, Francis Hubert, b. 1877, Thomas Martival, i. 1880, Elizabeth Ethel, Barbara Gwendoline Mary Isabel, Henrietta Dorothy. Residence, 10, Lansdowne Road, Bedford. Barbara Catharine : m, 1843, Lieut.-Col. Joseph Walker Pease, who d. 1882, and has issue living, Charles Clifford, b. 1845, Francis Richard (of Hesslewood, Hull. Club, Conservative), b. 1848 ; is a banker, and a J.P. and D.L. for E. Riding of Yorks: in. 1885, Isabel Mary, da. of the late Capt. William Claude Cole-Hamilton, of Beltrim, co. Tyrone [see E. Enniskillen, colls.], and has issue living, Francis Claud b. 1886, William Geoffrey b. 1888, Barbara Mary : tn. 1876, the Rev. William Greville Hazlerigg [see Hazlerigg, Bart.], R. of Hallaton, Upping- ham, Eleanor Louisa: ;. 1874, Arthur Hancock Edwards, Esq. [see Edwards, Bart.], Charlotte Emily: in. 1879, Lieut. Col. Henry Willoughby Trevelyan, of Rothley, Cambo, Northumberland {see Trevelyan, Bart., colls. , cr. 1061]. Elizabeth Sophia: >. 18 , Rev. Edward Quenby Ashby, who d. 18 , marriage having been previously dissolved. Mary Jemima : m. 1847, Francis Leslie Pym, Esq., who d. 1860, and has issue living, Francis (of Caesar's Camp, Sandy), b. 1849 : formerly of ist Life Guards; is a J.P. and a D.L. for Beds: m. 1891, Alice Conway, da. of Sir George Conway Colthurst, 5th Bart., Frederic William, b. 1859; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Bedfordshire Regt., Jane Elizabeth (of Milton House, Milton Ernest, Bedford) : m. 1869, the Rev. William Cornish Hunt, who d. 1891, R. of Odell, Beds, and has issue living, Francis Thomas b. 1879, Lucy Jemima : m. 1874, Lieut. -Col. Harry Godfrey Thornton (formerly of Grenadier Guards), who d. 18 , of St. John's, Muggerhanger, Beds. Residence, 18, Cambridge Road, Brighton. Alice Mary. Eleanor Constance. Catharine Rose : tn. 1893, the Rev. Edward Frank Hill* Resi- dence. Shrivenham Vicarage, Berks. The ist baronet, Sir Geoffrey, sat as M.P. for Stamford in the Long Parliament, and was subse- quently one of the Commissioners at the Treaty of Uxbridge, Attorney-General to Charles II., and Chief Justice of Chester. The 3rd. 4th, and 5th baronets successively represented Leicestershire in Parliament. PALMER, Creation 1777, of Kenure Park, Dublin. Sir ROGER WILLIAM HENRY PALMER, 5th Baronet; b. May 22nd, 1832; 3. his father, Sir WILLIAM HENRY ROGER, 1869 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly Lieut.-Col. 2nd Life Guards, became Col. 1869, Maj.-Gen. 1879, and Lieut. -Gen. (retired) 1881 ; served in Crimean war (medal with four clasps, and Turkish war medal); sat as M.P. for Mayo (LC) 1857-65 ; appointed Col. 2Oth Hussars 1891 ; is a J.P. lor cos. Dublin (High Sheriff 1875), Berks, Denbigh and Mayo, and a D.L. for co. Sligo : m. 1883, Millicent, da. of the late Rev. The palm thus to the well- deserving. pl umer Rooper, R. of Abbots Kypton. grms Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent a chevron vert between three palmers' staves and scrips, two and one, sable garnished gules ; 2nd and 3rd, cheeky, argent and azure, on a chief gules, three annulets or. Crests ist, an arm embowed, vested azure, cuffed or, grasping a tilting spear proper ; 2nd, a griffin sejant argent, wings addorsed gules, charged with three annulets of the second, beaked and membered or. jiupportrrs Two panthers reguardant proper, fire issuant from the mouth, plain gorged, chained, and from the collar pendent an inescutcheon or, thereon a cross calvary gules, between two palm-branches in saltire vert. Seats Kennagh, Crossmolina, co. Mayo ; Kenure Park, Dublin ; Cefn Park, Wrexham ; Glenis- and, Maidenhead. Clubs Carlton, Arthur's, St. George's, Yacht. PALMER, Creation 1791, of Wanlip Hall, Leicestershire. Sir ARCHDALE ROBERT PALMER, 4th Baronet ; b. Nov. ist, 1838 ; s. his father. Sir GEORGE JOSEPH, 1866 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade, and Col. ist Leicester- shire Rifle Vol. ; is a J.P. and a County Alderman for Leicester- shire : m. 1873, Lady Augusta Amelia Shirley, da. of 9th Earl Ferrers. Patron of nt gibing Wanlip R., Leicestershire. ^rms Argent, on two bars sable, three trefoils slipped of the first, in chief a greyhound courant collared or. Crtst A greyhound sejant sable, gorged with a collar or, rimmed gules, and charged on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped argent. Seat- Wanlip Hall, Leicester. Clubs Carlton, Constitutional.