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434 DEBRKTT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. in. 1874, John Henry Buxton, Esq. [see Buxton, Bart., cr. 1840]. Residence, Hunsdon Bury. Ware. Edith Rachel : ;. 1887, Rev. John Harford-Battersby, and has issue living, Henry Dundas, b. 1888, Mary Katharine, b. 1890. Residence, Pembury Vicarage, Tunbridge Wells. Alice Maud. Residence, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. Issue of the late Percy Leonard Pelly, Esq., 8th son of ist baronet, b. 1826, d. 1892 : in. 1852, Eliza Anne (now of Oakley House, near Merstham, Surrey), da. of John Sanderton Rigge. Esq., of Belmont Castle, Essex: Percy John, b. 1853 m - l $79i Florence Marion, da. of Henry Butler, Esq., of Chipstead, near Reigate, and has issue living, Florence Irene Clare, b. 1884, Doris Eileen, b. 1890. Residence, Coppice Lea, Merstham, Surrey. Clubs, Constitutional, City of London. Leonard, b. 1856; is a J.P. for Essex : ;;/. 1880, Elizabeth, da. of the late Charles A. Leatham, Esq., of Gunnergate Hall, York, and has issue living, Christabel, b. 1881. Residence, Bowes, Ongar, Essex. Club, Constitutional. Ada : m. 1890, the Rev. Honyel Gough Rosedale, and has issue living, William Oriel Pelly, b. 1891, Ada Beatrice. Residence, Middleton Vicarage, King's Lynn. Beatrice : ;. 1890, Robert Campbell Grant, Esq., and has issue living, Elspeth Norna, b. 1891. Residence, Harp's Oak, Merstham Mabel. The ist baronet, Sir John Henry Pelly, F.R.S., was Governor of the Bank of England, of the Hudson's Bay Company, and Deputy Master of the Trinity House. The 3rd baronet sat as M.P. for Huntingdonshire (C) 1874-7. PERRING. Creation 1808, of Membland, Devonshire. Rev. Sir PHILIP PERRING, 4th Baronet ; b. July I5th, 1828; s. his father, the Rev. Sir PHILIP, 1866; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (Scholar and Browne Medallist 1850, B.A. and in Classical Tripos 1852, M.A. 1855). ^rms Argent, on a chevron engrailed between three fir-cones slipped and pendent vert, as many leopards' faces of the first. Crtst On a mount, a fir-cone vert. Residence Llandovery, Exmouth, Devonshire. Impavidum feriunt gig^r living Frances Mary. Residence, Llandovery, Exmouth, Devon- .., . . , nae , shire. Strict integrity under the most adverse cir- The ist baronet, Sir John Perrmg, a Banker, and an Alderman of cumstancei. London, was Lord Mayor of that city 1803. PERROTT, Creation 1767, of Plumstead, Kent, with precedence from 1716. Sir HERBERT CHARLES PERROTT, 5th Baronet; b. Oct. 26th. 1849; s. his father, Sir EDWARD GEORGE LAMBERT, 1886 ; ed. at Ipswich Gram. Sch. ; formerly Ensign 2ist Kent Rifle Vol., and Assist. Sec. to Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England ; is Lieut. -Col. 3rd Batn. The Buffs (East Kent Regt.), and Ch. Sec. to St. John Ambulance Association. ^rms Gules, three pears or, on a chief argent, a demi- lion issuant sable, armed and langued of the first. Crest The ancient royal chapeau, thereon a lion of Britain im- perially capped. Supporters! Dexter, an ancient Briton armed and depict proper ; sinister, a dragon gules, in the transparent display of its wings the ancient British arms gules and or, four lions passant-guardant counterchanged. Sent Brook Hill House, Plumstead, Kent. Clubs United Service, Constitutional. / love as I find. Brother living EVELYN EDWARD, b. O;t. 8th, 1851 : m. 1881, Caroline Eleanor Fraser, da. of the late Richard Mathews Esq., of Oatlands Park, Weybridge, Surrey. Residence, 26, Salisbury Road, West Brighton. This family is stated to be descended from Edwal, Lord of Penfro, who married Alfwyna, grand- daughter of Alfred the Great, and had issue, William, styled "de Perot," from his castle in Armorica. His grandson returned to England with William I., and founded N. and S. Perrott in Somersetshire. From him sprung Sir John Perrott, K.B., Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, temp. Elizabeth, and other knights, who defended their castles in the cause of Charles I. Sir James Perrott expended his fortune in redeem- ing British slaves in Barbary, and Sir Richard, great-grandfather of the present baronet, having won distinction under Frederick the Great of Prussia, suffered great loss of property during the Wilkes Riots for bringing up a loyal address to the King from the borough of Flint, for which he received an auto- graph letter of thanks from the Prince of Wales. The patent of baronetcy which is stated to have been granted to the ist baronet, with limitation to his nephew, has not been registered at the College of Arms. A royal warrant, dated Jan. 3rd, 1767, under sign-manual saAprivy seal, and countersigned by the Sec. of State, gave to the 2nd baronet the precedence of a baronet from 1716, the assumed date of the patent.