444 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. /'. 1855 : ;. 1883, the Rev. Robert Elton Lee, V. of Holme-Lacy, Herefordshire, and has issue living, John Pincke b. 1884, Cyril Elton b. 1884, Beatrice Eliza, b^ 1857. Residence, Tylehurst Calcot Park, near Reading. This is a branch of the .uicient Derbyshire family of Pole, many members of which have distin- guished themselves in the field, notably Sir John Chandos, K.G., chief commander at Cressy and at Poictiers, and German Pole, who commanded in Ireland, and served against the Armada. Millicent, daughter of Charles Pole, Esq., of Holtcroft, married Charles Van-Notten, Esq., who assumed the name of Pole, and was created a baronet. This gentleman was a descendant of Henry Van-Notten, ennobled 1499 by the Emperor Maximilian, and whose only son Charles received from Charles V. the titles of Lord of Ath and Van-der-Notten, and Chatellaine of Alost. The 3rd baronet assumed in 1853, by royal license, the additional and original paternal name of Van-Notten. POLLEN, Creation 1795, of Redenham, Hampshire. Sir RICHARD HUNGERFORD POLLEN, 4th Baronet ; b. Oct. 6th, 1846; s. his father, Sir RICHARD HUNGERFORD, 1881 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; is Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. 4th Batn. Gloucestershire Regt, and a J.P. for Wilts: m. 1875, Frances Anne St. Albyn, da. of the late William Savage Wait, Esq., of Woodborough, Somerset, and has issue. JVrtttS Azure, on a bend cotissed or, five escallops vert between six lozenges argent, each charged with an escallop sable. Crest A pelican per pale or and azure, vulning herself, and feeding her young proper, charged on the wings elevated with a lozenge, as in the arms. Seats Rodbpurne, Malmesbury ; Redenham, Andover. Clubs Carlton, New University. -John Lancelot Hungerford, Sons living RICHARD HUNGERFORD, b. June 2 3 rd, 1878.- l>. April 27th, 1884. Brother living Charles John Hungerford, b. 1858. Daughter living Hester Caroline Jessie. Sisters living Mary Caroline: /. 1873, the Rev. Edwin George Wyld, V. of Melksham, and has issue living, George Richard, b. 1877, Frances Charlotte, Katharine Mary, Jessie Louisa. Resi- dence, Melksham Vicarage, Wilts. Katharine Anne. . Laura Susan. Constance. Helen Charlotte. Uncle living (brother of 3rd Baronet) John Hungerford, 1. 1820; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. 1842) ; formerly Fellow of Merton Coll., Oxford ; was Official Editor Science and Art Department, South Kensington Museum, 1864-76: m. 1855, Maria Margaret, da. of the late Rev. John Charles La Primaudaye, and has issue living, Rev. John Hungerford (of Manresa House, Roehampton), b. 1858 ; is in Holy Orders of the Church of Rome ; a member of the So. of Jesus, Rev. Anthony Cecil Hungerford (of The Oratory, Birmingham), b. 1860 ; is in Holy Orders of the Church of Rom-, Francis Gabriel Hungerford, b. 1862; formerly Lieut. R.N. ; served in Soudan and with Nile Expedition 1884-5 (medal with clasp), and in Bunnah Campaign i886(medal) : m. 1890, Flora Mary, da. of the late John Dunplly, Esq., of Bombay, and has issue living, a son b. iSyi, Rev. George Hungerford, b. 1863 ; is a member of So. of Jesus, Arthur Hungerford (Club, National Liberal), b. 1866; ed. at Trin. Coll., Oxford (B. A. 18 ), Stephen Hungerford, b. 1868 ; is Lieut. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regt.), and A.D.C. to Viceroy of India (Marquess of Lansdowne), Clement Hungerford, b. 1869 ; formerly Assist. Private Sec. to Gov. of Bahamas (Sir Ambrose Shea, K.C.M.G. ), Anne Gertrude Mary, Margaret Winifred. Residence, n, Pembridge Crescent, W. Ciub, Athenaeum. Widow living Of 3rd Baronet FRANCES MARY (Lady Pollen), da. of the late W. B. Aird, Esq. : m. 1870, as his and wife, Sir Richard Hungerford Pollen, 3rd baronet, who d. 1881. Residence, The Hayes, Stroud, Gloucestershire. The father of the ist baronet was one of the Judges of Wales, and M.P. for Andover ; the 2nd baronet was also M.P. for Andover. POLLOCK, Creation 1866, of Hatton, Middlesex. Boldly and strenuously. Sir FREDERICK POLLOCK, LL.D., 3rd Baronet ; b. Dec. loth, 1845 '> s - his father, Sir [WILLIAM] FREDERICK, 1888 ; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870, and late Fellow. Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 1880, Hon. LL.D., Dublin, 1892) ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1871 ; is Corpus Professor of Jurisprudence in Univ. of Oxford : was Professor of Common Law in Inns of Court 1884-9, an d a Member of Roy. Commn. on Labour 1891 : m. 1873, Georgina Harriet, da. of the late John Deffell, Esq., merchant, of Calcutta, and has issue. rms Azure, three fleurs-de-lis within a bordure engrailed
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