DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 423 Esq., who d. 1802 [Eden, Bart.], and his issue living, George Ward, b. 1881, Wilfred Ward, b. 1883, Muriel Ward, b. 1885, Olive Margaret Ward, b. 1889. Residence, Wadenhoe House, Oundle. -Sophia Hyde. Amy Hyde. Mary Hyde : m. 1889, Charles Arthur Abraham, Esq. Residence, The Beeches, Appleby Magna, Atherstone. Dorothy Hyde. Aunt living (sister of oth baronet) Fanny Letitia. WidOW living Of 9th baronet S:>I>HIA MARY (Lady Parker), da. of Nathaniel Clarke Bar- nardiston, Esq., of The Ryes, near Sudbury : m. 1855, Sir William Parker, gth baronet, who d. 1891. Residence, Westgate House, Long Melford, Suffolk. Collateral Branch living. Grandchildren of the late Adm. Sir Hyde Parker, 2nd son of sth baronet : Issue of the late Maj.-Gen. John Boteler Parker, C.B., b. tj86, d. 1851 : in. 1814, Mary, who d. 1844, da. of Adm. Sir Home Popham, K.C.B., M.P. : Harry Richard, b. 1821 ; formerly Lieut. Bombay Army : in. 1853, Louisa Harriet, da. of Adm. John Duff Markland, of Handley House, Dorset, and has issue living, Hyde, b. 1854, Arthur Popham Hyde (of Derby), b. 1857 : m. 1880, Dora May, da. of Edmund Wilmot, Esq., and has issue living, Arthur Charles Hyde b. 1880, Dorothea May Hyde, Dulciebella Roby Hyde, Harry Richard Hyde, b. 1859, Mary Louisa Hyde. Caroline. Matilda Anne : m. 1853, the Rev. William Walton Herrmgham, R. of Old Cleeve and Preb. of Wells, and has issue living, Wilmot Parker, M.D., F.R.C.P. (of 13, Upper Wimpole Street, W.), b. 1855 : is m., John Philip, b. 1863, Mary Maud, Alice Kathleen. Residence, Old Cleeve Rectory, Taunton. The ist baronet, Sir Hugh, was an Alderman of London. The 5th baronet, Adm. Sir Hyde, commanded in the action at St. Lucia 1780, and in the memorable action with the Dutch on the Doggerbank 1781. In 1782 he was nominated to the chief command of the British Fleet in the East Indies. He sailed from England in the " Cato," which vessel never having been heard of after leaving Rio Janeiro, is supposed to have been lost with all hands. Other members of this family have also been distinguished both in the Navy and the Army. The Sth baronet sat as M.P. for West Suffolk (L) 1832-4. PARKER, Creation 1797, of Harburn, Warwickshire. Sir MELVILLE PARKER, 6th Baronet ; b. Feb. i4th, 1824; s. his brother, Sir HENRY, 1877 : m - '847. Jessie, da. of the late Thomas Hector, Esq., and has issue. SVrms Ermine, an anchor azure, between three escallops gules ; on a chief wavy of the second, a naval coronet or. Crest On a naval coronet azure, a stag statant argent, behind it a laurel branch, issuant in pale, proper. Residence Knoyle, Cooksville, near Toronto, Canada. Daughter living May Elizabeth : m. 1872, Andrew Robertson Gordon, Esq., a retired Lieut. R.N., and has issue living, two sons and a da. Residence, Cooksville, near Toronto, Canada. Sisters living Fanny Catherine : m. 1837, Charles Bligh. Esq., who d. 1892, and has issue living, William George, b. 1846, Elizabeth, Sophia Henrietta : nt. 1866, John Gillett Livesay, Esq., Emily Rose : m. 1878, Robert Vesey Stoney, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Rosturk Castle, Newport, co. Mayo. Residence, Dorking. Clara Magdalene : m. 1851, Rev. Henry Worsley, V. of Ashford Bowdler, and has issue living, Henry Edward, b. 1854, John Nevil, b. 1857, Robert Wake, b. 1870, Clara Eliza- beth, Mary Catherine, Susan Euphemia Charlotte, Louisa Margaret. Residence, Ashford Bowdler Vicarage, near Ludlow. Daughters living Of 3rd Baronet Eliza Emma Marshall : m. 1867, Lieut.-Col. John James Bull (formerly of s6th Regt.), who d. 1883, and has issue living, George Parker, b. 1870, Mary Beatrice. Residence, Marlborough, Falmbuth. Gertrude : m. 1866, Glinn Pridham, Esq., of 14, South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C., and has issue living, Gertrude Elderton, Florence Parker. Residence. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Albert Parker, Esq., 5th son of znd baronet, b. 1826, d. 1875 : m. 1851, Henrietta Lucy, da. of the late William Robert Jennings, B.C.S. : Several daus. The ist baronet, Vice-Admiral Sir William, received his baronetcy for the splendid victory he achieved in 1797 over the Spanish fleet off Cape St. Vincent. The 2nd baronet was Vice-Admiral of the White : his 2nd, 3rd, and 4th sons became respectively 3rd, sth, and 6th baronets. PARKER, Creation 1844, of Shenstone, Staffordshire. Sir WILLIAM BIDDULPH PARKER, 2nd Baronet ; b. Aug. I4th, 1824 ; s. his father, Adm. Sir WILLIAM, G.C.B., 1866 ; ed. at Rugby ; formerly Lieut. Scots Guards ; is a D.L. for Staffordshire, and a J.P. for Hants: m. 1st, 1855, Jane Con- stance, who d. 1879, da. of Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 6th Baronet ; 2ndly, 1887, Kathleen Mary, da. of the late Lorenzo Kirkpatrick Hall, Esq., of Holly Bush, Staffordshire and has issue. ^rms Gules, a chevron or between three leopards' faces or. Crtst A leopard's head erased, affrontee, ducally gorged or. Sub libertate quietem. Seat Shenstone Lodge, Lichfield. Residence Blackbrook House, Under liberty rest. Fareham. Club Arthur's.
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