422 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Brother living GEORGE HUDSON, b. Aug. gth, 1841 ; ed. at Eton, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 18 ); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1871. Club. St. James's. Sister living Emily Frances: . 1871, James Tomkinson, Esq., and has issue living, Charles William, b. 1877,' James Edward, b. 1879, Henry Archdale, b. 1881, Margaret Frances, Barbara Elizabeth, Joyce Beatrix. Residence, Willmgton Hall, Tarporley. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. Charles Archdale Palmer, 2nd son of 2nd baronet, b. 1813, d. 1860: nt. 1838, Elizabeth Julia, da. and co-heiress of John Finch Simpson, Esq., of Launde Abbey, Leicestershire : Charles Thomas, b. 1842 ; is a J.P. for Gloucester: m. 1882, Frances Rachel, da. of the late Charles Wriothesley Digby, Esq. [see B. Digby, colls.], and widow of the late Rev. Richard Henry Wingfield-Digby, Rector of Thornford, Dorset. Residences, Newland House, Coleford, Gloucester- shire ; 106, Belgrave Road, S.W. Club, Carlton. Rev. William Henry, b. 1844 e d- at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871); is R. of Wanlip. Residences, Wanlip Rectory, near Leicester; The Barton, Martinhoe, N. Devon. Frederick Archdale, b. 1857. Mary Elizabeth. The ist baronet, Sir Charles Grave Hudson, was a Director of the South Sea Co., and High Sheriff of Leicestershire 1780. Sir Charles Thomas, 2nd baronet, assumed the surname of Palmer, by royal sign-manual, 1813, on succeeding to the estates of Henry Palmer, Esq., of Wanlip. PALMER, Creation 1836, of Crinkle Park, co. York, and of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Sir CHARLES MARK PALMER, M.P., ist Baronet, younger son of the late George Palmer, Esq., shipowner and merchant, of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; b. Nov. 3rd. 1822 : is a coal- owner and founder of the town of Jarrow, of which he was the first Mayor 1875, a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Durham and N. Riding of York, a County Councillor for Yorkshire, N. Riding (Hen- derwell Div.), a Com. of the Order of SS. Maurice and Lazarus of Italy, and Hon. Col. Comdt. Newcastle-on-Tyne and Dur- ham Engineer Volunteers ; unsuccessfully contested South Shields 1869; sat for N. Durham (L) Feb. to May 1874, when he was unseated, and from June 1874 to Nov. 1885 ; has sat for Jarrow Div. of co. Durham since Dec. 1885 : m. ist, 1846, Jane, who d. 1865, da. of Ebenezer Robson, Esq., of New- Par sit fortuna labori. castle-on-Tyne ; 2ndly, 1867, Augusta Mary, who d. 1875* Let the reward equal the da. of Alfred Lambert, Esq., of Paris; 3rdly, 1877, Gertrude, labor. da. of James Montgomrey, Esq., J.P., of Hartlands, Cranford, Middlesex, and has issue. $nns Sable, on a chrevon between three crescents in chief and a lion passant in base argent, two tilting spears chevronwise proper, fotst In front of a tilting spear erect proper a wyvern or, resting the dexter paw on a crescent argent. Seats Crinkle Park, Loftus-in-Cleveland, Yorkshire ; Newcastle-cn-Tyne. Town Residence 51, Grosvenor Square, W. Clubs Brooks's, Reform. SOUS living by 1st marriage GEORGE ROBSON, b. Jan. sth, 1849. Resides in Italy. Charles, b. 1850. Alfred Molyneux, b. 1853: ; 1884, Ellen Edith, da. of the late Frederick Younge, Esq., of London, and has issue living, F'rederick Charles, b. 1884, Phyllis Adela, b. 1888, Evelyn May, b. 1891. Residence, 14, Windsor Terrace, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Club, Devonshire. By 2nd marriage Claude Bowes, b. 1868. Lionel Hugo, b. 1870; formerly Lieut. 3rd Batn. Prince of Wales's Own (W. Yorkshire Regt.). By 3rd marriage Godfrey Mark, b. 1878. Daughter living by 3rd marriage Hilda Gertrude Mont?omerie. Palmer (Fuller-Palmer-Acland), see Acland. PARKER, Creation 1681, of Melford Hall, Suffolk. Rev. Sir WILLIAM HYDE PARKER, loth Baronet ; b. April 8th, 1863 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM, 1891 ; ed. at Eton, and at Clare Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1890) ; was Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of 'Barbados and Windward Islands 1890-91 : m. 1890, Ethel, da. of the late John Leech, Esq., of Gorse Hall, Dukinfield, Cheshire, and has issue. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, sable, a buck's head cabossed, between two (launches argent ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, a chevron between three lozenges or, Hyd*:. focst A dexter arm erect, vested azure, slashed and cuffed argent, holding in the hand proper an attire of a stag gules. Seats Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk ; Talton House, Shipston-on-Stour, Worcestershire. Residence Cavendish Hall, Suffolk. Son living WILLIAM STEPHEN HYDE, b. Jan. 2 3 rd, 1892. Brothers living Edmond Hyde, R.N., b. 1868; became Lieut. 1891. Hugh Hyde, b. 1869 ; is Lieut. 3rd Batn. Suffolk Regt. Laurence Hyde, b. 1870. Harry Hyde, b. 1872. John Barnardiston Hyde, b. 1879. Sisters living Anne Hyde : ;. 1886, Col. Arthur Staniforth Hext, formerly Suffolk Regt. ; and has issue living. Residence, Trenarren, Cornwall. Margaret Hyde : m. 1881, George Eden Hunt
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