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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 437 he is said to have received from Richard the Knighthood of the Sepulchre of our Saviour, and the addition of a " Crown and Chain " to his arms of a lion rampant sable. Sir Thomas Philipps, Knt., of Picton Castle, accompanied Henry VIII. twice to France. Sir Richard Philipps, 7th baronet, was created Baron Milford 1766, which title became extinct on his death, 1823. PHILIPPS, Creation 1887, of Picton Castle, co. Pembroke. .SCHARLES EDWARD GREGG PHILIPPS, ist Baronet; el. son of the late Edward Fisher, Esq., of Spring Dale, Hud- dersfield ; b. Oct. 6th, 1840; ed. at Cheltenham Coll.; Bar. Middle Temple 1868 ; unsuccessfully contested Pembrokeshire (C) 1880, 1885, 1886, and 1892 : is Lord-Lieut, of Haverfordvvest, a J.P. for Carmarthenshire, a J.P. and a County Alderman for Pembrokeshire (Sheriff 1882), and Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. Pembrokeshire Yeo. Cav. : assumed, by royal license, in 1876, the surname of Philipps, in lieu of his patronymic : m. 1868, Mary Philippa, da. of the late Rev. J. H. A. Philipps, of Picton Castle, Pembroke, and has issue. JJatron of cbtn ^Cibitiss (with Lady Philipps) St. Mary's V., Haver- Ducit amor patriae. fordwest ; Begelly R. with Williamston C., Reynoldston V., Mynachlogddu Patriotism tnv ?nide ^'"' ^ orn ' R-> a "d (alternately) Lys-j-frau R., Pembrokeshire ; Llandowror R., Carmarthenshire. ^rms Quarterly: ist and 4th, argent a lion rampant sable, ducally gorged and chained or ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, on a chevron gules three trefoils slipped of the field, in chief as many fleur-de-lis of the second. Casts -ist, a lion as in the arms, Philipps ; 2nd, in front of a bulrush erect, a kingfisher proper, resting the dexter claw on a ileur-de-lis or, Fisher, Seat Picton Castle, Haverfordwest. Town Residence 7, Kensington Palace Gardens, W. Cluivrbers 3, Elm Court, Temple, E.G. Clubs Carlton, Junior Carlton, Junior United Service. Sons living HENRY ERASMUS EDWARD, b. March gth, 1871. - George William Fisher, i>. 1878. Daughters living Ethel Philippa, b. 1870. - Hilda Mary, b. 1872. - Edith Catherine, b. 1873. - Mabel Jane, b. 1877. - Gladys Gregg, b. 1883. Brothers living Sharpies FISHER, b. 1845 ; is a J.P. for Haverfordwest : m. 1877, Constance Madeline Ellen, da. of the late Major Henry Bethune Lindesay [see E. Lindsay, colls.l, and has issue living, Edward Lindesay, b. 1878, William Kenneth Campbell, b. 1879. Residence, Thick- hollins, ^, Yorks. Club, Junior Carlton. George Gregg FISHER, b. 1848 ; ed. at Blackheath Proprietary Sch. ; is a J.P. for Haverfordwest. Residence, Thickhollins, Meltham, Yorks. Club, Junior Carlton. Sisters living Caroline Phoebe : m. 1871, Robert Goddard, Esq., Bar.-at-law, and has issue living, Maude Caroline Gregg, Jane Muriel Constance. Residence, 5, South Park, Sevenoaks. Mary Gregg : in. 1870, Sackville Herbert Owen, Esq., J.P., D.L., and has issue living, Sackville Herbert Edward Gregg, b. 1880, Edith Mary Letitia, Janet Gwendoline. Residence, St. Mary's Hill, Tenby ; Hill Narberth, S. Wales. Jane Edith: m. 1886, Henrv George Lindesay, Esq. [see E. Lindsay, colls.]. Residences, Bawdeswell Hall, East Dereham, Norfolk. PHILIPS, Creation 1828, of Weston, Warwickshire. [Extinct 1883.] Sir GEORGE RICHARD PHILIPS, M.P., 2nd and last Baronet. Daughters living Of 2nd Baronet Juliana Cavendish (Conntess ofCamperdown) : m. 1839, the ston House, Shipston-on-Stour ; 22, Hill and Earl of Camperdown, who d. 1867. Residences, West Street, W. Emily Anne (Bareness Carevu) : m. 1844, the and Baron Carew, who d. t8 dence, 28, Belgrave Square, S.W. Ken- PHILLIMORE, Creation 1881, of The Coppice, Shiplake, Oxfordshire. Sir WALTER GEORGE FRANK PHILLIMORE, D.C.L., 2nd Baronet; b. Nov. 2ist, 1845 ; s. his father, the Kt. Hon. Sir ROBERT JOSEPH, P.C., K.B., D.C.L., 1885 ; ed. at Oxford Univ.; Fellow of All Souls'; Bar. Middle Temple 1868, granted patent of Precedence at the Bar 1883, and Bencher 1888 ; is Chancellor of Lincoln Diocese ; is a J.P. for Oxford- shire ; unsuccessfully contested St. George, Hanover Square (L) 1885, an d S., or Henley, Div. of Oxfordshire 1886 and 1892 : m. 1870, Agnes, el. da. of the late Charles Manners Lushing- ton, Esq. [see E. Iddesleigh], and has issue. lrms Sable, three bars engrailed erminois ; in chief an anchor between two cinquefoils or. Crtst Upon three cinquefoils or, a tower argent, and rising therefrom a falcon holding in the beak a lure proper. Seat The Coppice, Henley-on-Thames. Town Residence 36, Fortem posce ammum. Eaton pi ace> s W- Chambers 4, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G. Ask for a. strong mind. Clubs Athenaeum, National Liberal.