426 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. PAUL, Creation 1794, of Paulville, Carlow. Sir ROBERT JOSHUA PAUL, 3rd Baronet, son of the late William Gun Paul, Esq., 2nd son of 1st Baronet ; b. April 3rd, 1820 ; s. his uncle, Sir JOSHUA CHRISTMAS, 1842 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Waterford, and Vice-Lieut. of co. Waterford; High Sheriff of Carlow 1844, and of Waterford 1846: m. 1849, Anne, who d. 1858, da. of the late William Blacker, Esq. , of Woodbrook, co. Wexford, and has issue. JVnns Azure, a sword erect argent, pommel and hilt or, between four crosses patee-fitchee of the second. Crest A cross patee-fitchee or, between two swords erect in saltire argent, pommels and hilts gold. Seats Paulville, co. Carlow ; Tinoran, co. Wicklow ; Ballyglan, co. Waterford. Clubs Kildare Street, St. George's Yacht, Waterford co. Vana spes vitae. Vain is the hope of life. Sons living WILLIAM JOSHUA, 6. June 2oth, 1851 ; ed. at Camb. Univ. (M.A. 187-) ; is Resident Magistrate for cos. Galway and Ros- common : m. 1880, Richenda Juliet, da. of Henry Edmund Gurney, Esq., of Nutwood Lodge, Gatton, near Reigate, and has issue living, Robert Joshua, /'. 1883, William Edmund Jeffrey, b. 1885, Ellen Juliet Ann. Residence, A.rtramonte, Wexford. Clubs, White's, Pratt's, Kildare Street. Robert Gun, b. 1856 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin. Residence, Ballyglan, Waterford. Club, Waterford co. Daughters living Anne Isabel. Susan Marianna. Sisters living Elizabeth. Ellen Jane. PAUL, Creation 1821, of Rodborough, Gloucestershire. Sir EDWARD JOHN DEAN PAUL, 4th Baronet, son of the late George Robert Paul, Esq., 2nd son of 1st baronet ; b. May 6th, 1831 ; s. his cousin, Sir AUBREY JOHN DEAN, 1890 ; is a J.P. for Gloucestershire: m. 1st, 1864, Mary Georgiana Elizabeth, who d. 1865, da. of Col. Henry Vaughan Brooke, C.B. ; 2ndly, 1867, Eliza Monckton, who d. 1886, da. of Maj.-Gen. James Ramsay [E. IJalhousie, colls.], and has issue. ^Vrms Argent, on a fesse azure three cross-crosslets or, in base as many ermine spots. (Srtst A leopard's head proper, erased per fesse gules. Residences Twickenham Meadows, Middlesex ; 7, St. George's Place, S.W. Clubs Junior Carlton, Raleigh, Hurlingham. Sons living By 2nd marriage AUBREY HENRY EDWARD Pro rege et repubhca. DEAN, b. 1869 ; formerly Lieut. 3 rd Batn. Northumberland Fusiliers. For the king and the Wentvvorth Francis Dean, b. 1870. state. Daughters living By 1st marriage Harriet Mary Georgiana : m. 1884, Robert C. Sutherland Pearce, Esq., and has issue Jiving, Robert Edward Stanley, b. 1885, Rita Irene, b. 1887. Residence, Loperwood Manor, Totton, Hants. By 2nd marriage Edith Maud : . 1888, Richard George Stacpoole, Esq. Mabel Louisa : m. 1892, Capt. Thomas James Atherton, i2th Lancers. Gladys Lisa. WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet LAURA (Lady Paul), da. of Sir John Lister Lister-Kaye, 2nd Bart. : z. 1851, Sir Aubrey John Dean Paul, 3rd baronet, who d. 1890. Residence, Molino del Ponte, Alassio, Liguria, Italy. Pauncefort-Duncombe, see Duncombe. PAYNE, Creation 1737. of St. Christopher's, West Indies. This Baronetcy is assumed by each of the under-mentioned gentlemen, as jth and ^th Baronet respectively. The first-named is great-grandson of Sir John Payne, who succeeded his father, Sir Gillies, without dispute, and died in 1803, and was in turn succeeded by his son Charles as 4th baronet, also without dispute. In 1828 Peter Payne, the younger brother of John Payne (ante), assumed the title, on an allegation of the illegitimacy of his elder brother, the said John Payne, and in consequence of a finding by a Master in Chancery in certain legal proceedings relative to the custum of the Manor of AtlinWorch, in which he was found to be the. eldest legitimate son of Sir Gillies ; but the order of confirmation of the Court in regard to th ; s finding was subse- quently discharged, and an issue offered as to the legitimacy of both John and Peter Payne, which, however, was never tried. From Peter is de- scended the second-named. ^rms Gules, a fesse between two lions passant-guardant argent. Crist A lion's jamb erect argent, grasping a broken tilting spear gules. Halo mori quam foedari. PHILIP MONOUX PAYNE, b. 1858; S. his father, I had rather die than be COVENTRY, 1874; ed. at Magdalene Coll., Camb.: m. l88o, dishonored. Winifred, da. of Richard Vigors Doyne, Esq., Barrister-at-law, of 8, Stratton Street, W., and has issue. Residence Wootton, Bedford.
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