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438 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED PAROXETAGE. Sons living ROBERT CHARLES, b. Aug. igth, 1871. Godfrey Walter, b. 1879. Stephen Henry, b. 1881. Daughters living Eleanor Mary. Margaret Blanche. Grace Agnes. Sisters living Catherine Mary. Residence, Maplecroft, Henley-on-Thames. Alice Grenville. Lucy. Uncles living (brothers ofist Baronets-Charles Bagot, b. 1818: in. 1860, Caroline Sophia, da. of the late Rev. Thomas Randolph, Chaplain to H.M. Residence, Hurley Manor House, Great Marlow. Club, Arthur's. Sir Augustus, K.C.B., b. 1822: entered R. N. 1835, became Adm. 1874, retired 1887; is a J.P. and a County Alderman for Hants; was Com.-in-Ch. at Devonport 1884-7; K.C. B. 1887: m. 1864, Harriet, da. of the Hon. George Fortescue [see E. Fortescue, colls.]. Residence, Shedfieid House, Botley, Hants. Club, United Service. The ist baronet, the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Joseph, P.C., K.B., D.C.L., was Judge of the High Court of Admiralty 1867-83, and of Court of Arches 1867-75, and sat as M.P. forTavistock (LC) 1835-7. PHILLIPPS, Creation 1821, of Middle Hill, Worcestershire. [Extinct 1872.] Sir THOMAS PHILLIPPS, F.R.S., ist and last Baronet. Daughter living Of 1st Baronet^- Katherine Somerset Wyttenbach : m. 1848, the Rev. John Edward Addison Fenwick (M.A. Univ. Coll., Oxford. Club, Grosvenor), formerly V. of Needwood, of Thirlestaine House, Cheltenham, and has issue living, Martyn John Edward (Club, United Service), b. 1851 ; ed. at Marlborough Coll., and at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Major Dorsetshire Regt., a Pasha in Egyptian service, and Dep. Inspector-Gen, of Police, Ministry of Interior, Egypt (2nd class Medjidie) : in. 1883, Eleanor Maud, da. of the Rev. William Henry Boothby [see Boothby, Bart., colls.], and has issue living, Alan George b. 1890, Alys Judith <5. 1884, George Capel Ralph Curzon (of Plas Ffron, Denbighshire. Club, Naval and Mili- tary), b. 1853 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. ; formerly Capt. Roy. Welsh Fusiliers : m. ist, 1887, Eva Julietta, who d. 1888, da. of Henry Crawshay, Esq., of Oaklands Park, Newnham, Gloucestershire, and widow of Col. Hervey Talbot [see E. Shrewsbury, colls.]; 2ndly, 1891, Mary Adela, da. of Archibald Peel, Esq. [see Peel, Bart., colls.], and has issue living (by ist marriage), Violet Eva 6. 1888, (by 2nd marriage) Roderic George b. 1892, Thomas Fitz Roy Phillipps (Clubs, Wellington, Grosvenor), b. 1856 ; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. 1882), Mansel Arthur Charles Bampfylde, b. 1860 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. ; is Lieut. King's Own (Roy. Lancaster Regt.,), serving with Egyptian Army ; served in Campaign against Dervishes 1889 (severely wounded, bronze star, 4th class Medjidie), Rev. Cecil Owen Meynell (of The White House, Falford, Yorkshire), b. 1863 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll., and at Brasenose Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1889) : ;. 1886, Evelyn Vivian, da. of Capt. Dundas Reinhardt Gill (formerly of loth Hussars. Clubs, Junior United Service, Cavalry), of Calder- wood Castle, Blantyre, N.B., and has issue living, Gerard Cecil Dundas b. 1887, Cuthbert Addison b. 1890, Katharine Anne Cotterell Foster: m. 1869, John Alexander Blencowe, Esq. (Club, Oxford and Cambridge), of Marston St. Lawrence, Northants, Ella Sophia Mary Molyneux : m. 1884, as his second wife, Henry St. Clair Feilden, Esq., who d. 1887, son of Rev. William Leyland Feilden [see B. Sinclair], and has issue living, Oswald Guy St. Clair b. 1885, Catherine Ella St. Clair b. 1887. Residence, Thirlestaine House, Cheltenham. PIERS, Creation 1660, of Tristernagh Abbey, Westmeath. Sir EUSTACE FITZ-MAURICE PIERS, 8th Baronet ; b. 1840; s. his father, Sir HENRY SAMUEL, 1850; is a J.P. for Herts ; sometime a partner in the firm of Ormerod, Grierson, and Co., St. George's Iron Works, Manchester; formerly Major 4th Batn. Manchester Regt. : m. 1869, Rose, who d. 1891, da. of Charles Saunders, Esq., and has issue. ^nns Azure, three lions passant-guardant in fesse, between two double cotises argent, ffirtsl An arm embowed vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand holding a flag erect per fesse of the last and of the first, in chief two torteaux, and in base a plate. Residence Lieut. 4th Nobilis est ira leonis. Noble is the lion's anger. Rose Son living CHARLES PIGOTT, b. June 2?th, 1870 ; Batn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.). Daughters living Mary Wilbraham. Honora Fitzmaurice. Sydney Fitzmaurice. 'Sisters living Alice Hester Susanna. - Maud Mary Florence: ,it. 1870, Maj.-Gen. Denzil Hammill, C.B., who d. i8pi,and has issue living, John Eustace, b. 187-, a son, b. 1879,- Cicely Mary, Evelyn Maude. - Elizabeth Catherine. Daughter living Of 6th Baronet- Florence Anna Maria Stapleton Frederica : in. 1842, Count Louis le Coat de Kerveguen, and has issue living, Ferdinand John Gabriel Louis Amadee Marie, b. 1843, Rene Claudio Ludovic Xavier Marie. Residence, Villa Cardella, Lucca, Italy. WidOW living Of 7th Baronet ALICE (Lady Piers), da. of J. T. Glindon, Esq., R.N. : ;. 1838, Sir Henry Piers, 7th baronet, who d. 1850. Residence, Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Frederick Piers, Esq., 2nd son of 5th baronet, b. 17 , d. 1844 : in. 1807, Phoebe, who d. 1867, da. of Samuel Hartney, Esq., of Pallas, co. Limerick : Elizabeth : m. 1845, Richard Young, Esq., and has issue living, Frederick Simon, M.f!., b. 1850 ; ed. stt.Tidn,ColL, Dublin ; formerly a Surg. Army Me.d. Depart., Charlotte Jane : m. 1873, Lieut. -Col.