43 6 DKBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. PEYTON, Creation 1776, of Doddington Cambridgeshire. Sir ALGERNON FRANCIS PEYTON, 6th Baronet ; b. Nov. 24th, 1855; s. his father, Sir THOMAS, 1888; formerly Capt. nth Hussars : is Capt. Oxfordshire Yeo. Cav. : ;;/. 1888, Ida Fanny, da. of James Mason, Esq., of Eynsham Hall, Witney, Oxfordshire, and has issue. $>:itron of ^fibt ^ibings Doddington R., Wimblington R., St. John R., St. Mary R., and St. Peter R., March, Cambridgeshire. SWms Sable, a cross engrailed or ; in the first quarter a mullet argent. Crest A griffin sejant or. Seat Swift's House, Bicesler. Clubs Boodle's, Pratt's, Naval and Military. Son living ALGERNON THOMAS, b. Jan. 4 th, 1889. Brothers living Rev. Thomas Thornhill, b. 1856; ed. at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B. A. ^79, M.A. 1888): is R. of St. Mary's. March, and a J.P. for the Isle of Ely : m. 1884, Mary Louisa, da. of Sir William Marsham Henry Style, pth baronet, and has issue living, Rosamond Lucy. Residence, St. Mary's Rectory, March, Isle of Ely. William P,atior, potior. / suffer, I enjoy. Robert Boileau, b. 1859; is Capt. King's (Shropshire L.I.), and Adj. of its ist Vol. Batn. ; served in Egyptian war 1882 (medal and bronze star), and in Soudan Expedition 1884-5. Club, Naval and Military. Sister living Elizabeth Gordon. Residence, 25, Egerton Gardens, S.W. Uncle living Francis, C.B., b. 1823 ; ed. at Eton ; entered Armv 1841, became Major 1854, Lieut. - Col. 1858, Col. 1863, Maj. -Gen. 1869, Lieut. -Gen. 1883, and Gen. (retired) 1885 ; served (/'.) with g8th Regt. in Expedition to North China 1842 (medal) ; (it.) in Punjab campaign 1848-9 (medal) : (Hi.) at forcing Kohat Pass, Feb. 1850 (mentioned in despatches and medal with clasp) , (/'?-.) in command of four companies of g8th Regt. in Peshawur Expedition on Euzofzie Frontier 1850 (mentioned in despatches); and (?>.) in Peshawur Div. during Sepoy Mutiny 1858 ; C.B. 1881 : in. 1864, Louisa, da. of the late Col. G. W. Moseley, C.B. Club, United Service. Widows living Of 4th and 5th Baronets LAURA SARAH (Viscountess Valentia), da. of the late Daniel Hale Webb, Esq., of Wykeham Park: tit. ist, 1870, Sir Algernon William Peyton, 4th baronet, who d. 1872 ; 2ndly, 1878, the nth Viscount Valentia. Residences, Bletchington Park, Oxford ; Eydon Hall, Banbury. LUCY (Lady Peyton), da. of William Watts, Esq. : m. 1852, Sir Thomas Peyton, 5th baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, 25, Egerton Gardens, S.W. The ist baronet of the present creation, Henry Dashwood, Esq., M.P. for Cambridgeshire 1882-4, succeeded his maternal uncle, Sir Thomas Peyton, 3rd baronet, in 1771, in the estates of Doddington, and, in accordance with Sir Thomas's will, assumed the surname and arms of Peyton. The 2nd baronet was elected M.P. for Cambridgeshire 1803. PHILIPPS, Creation 1621, of Picton Castle, Pembrokeshire. Rev, Sir JAMES ERASMUS PHILIPPS, i2th Baronet ; b. Oct. 23rd, 1824 ; s. his father, the Rev. Sir TAMES EVANS, 1873; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850); is V. of Warminster, and a Preb. of Salisbury: in. 1859, Mary Margaret, da. of the late Rev. the Hon. Samuel Best [see B. Wynford, colls.], and has issue. ^rms Argent, a lion rampant sable, ducally gorged and chained or. Crtst A lion as in the arms. Residence The Vicarage, Warminster. Ducit amor patria. Patriotism my Guide. Sons living JOHN WYNFORD, M.P., b. May joth, 1860: ed. at Keble Coll., Oxford (M.A. 188-) ; Bar. Middle Temple 1886; unsuccess- fully contested E., or Devizes, Div. of Wiltshire (L) 1886; has sat as M.P. for Lanarkshire, Mid. Div. (LG) since 1888: /. 1888, Leonora, da. of the late Isidor Gerstenberg, Esq., of Stockleigh House, Regent's Park, N.W., and has issue living, Colwyn Erasmus Arnold, b. 1888, Roland Erasmus, b. 1890. Residence, 24, Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. Clubs, Wellington, National Liberal. Ivor, b. 1861; is Lieut. I.S.C. ; served in Burmah War 1886-9, as Comdt. Mil. Police Batn. (medal with two clasps), and with Miranzai Expedition 1891 : m. 1891, Marian Isobel. da. of James Buchanan Mirrlees, Esq., of Redlands, Glasgow, and has issue living, a da., b. 1892. Club, Junior Army and Navy. Owen Cosby, b. 1863 ; is a Steamship Owner. Residence, 12, Renfield Street, Glasgow. Bertram Erasmus, b. 1870. Laurence Richard, b. 1874. Daughters living Cicely : m. 1892, William Donald Smallpeice, Esq., L.R.C.P., only son of the late William Smallpeice, Esq., of The Warren, near Guildford. Residence, 42, Queen Anne's Gate, S.W Grace Mary. Elsbeth Violet Mary. Sisters living Emily Fonblanque : m. 1848, the Rev. Harry Jones, M.A., V. of St Philip's, Regent Street, S.W., Chaplain in Ordinary to H.M., and Preb. of St. Paul's. Residences, Barton Mere, Bury St. Edmunds ; 8, York Gate, Regent's Park, N.W. Mary Anne Bickley. Harriet Fonblanque : m. 1858, the Rev. William Francis Tregarthen, who d. 1884. Residence, Uncle living (brother of nth Baronet) Rev. Henry, b. 1796; ed. at Queen's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1821, M.A. 1835): m. 1842, Margaret Eleanor, da. of the late Major Christopher Vowell. Residence, The Mansion, Bisley, Gloucestershire. This family is of great antiquity in South Wales. Among its ancestors was Sir Aaron ap Rhys, who attended Richard I. into the Holy Land 1190, where he behaved so gallantly against the Saracens, that
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