446 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. - Helena. - Emily Charlotte. - Laura Frances: /;/. ist, 1866, Major Charles Henry Tilspn- Marshall, B.S.C. ; 2ndly, 1878, Lieut.-Col. Edward Merry Larminie, R.E., and has issue living (by ist marriage), Guy Anstruther Knox, b. 1872, Katharine Helen Maud, Laura Violet, (by 2nd marriaae), Stanley Graham, b. 1879, Lionel Edward, 6. 1882, Vera, Margaret Rivers. Edith Caroline. Ada Theodora. WidOWS living Of 1st and 2nd Baronets SARAH ANNE AMOWAH (Lady Pollock), da. of Capt. Richard Langslow : ///. as his 2nd wife, 1834, the Right Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, K.R.S., ist baronet, who d. 1870. Residence, Hatton, Feltham, Middlesex. - Juliet (Lady Pellock) da. of the Rev. Henry Creed, V. of Corse ; in. 1844, Sir [William] Frederick Pollock, 2nd baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, 50, Montagu Square, W. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Robert John Pollock, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1816, d. 185-5 ' in. ist, 1840, Ellen, who d, 1846, da. of Adm. Peter Douglas; 2ndly, 1848, Julia (now of 16, Cranky Place, S. Kensington, S.W.), da. of the Rev. James Clements. of Haverfield, Yorkshire : Robert Erskine, b. 1849; ed. at Trin. Hall, Camb. (LL.B. 1872); Bar. Inner Temple 1873, and a Q.C. 1892 ; is a J.P. for Gloucestershire : in. 1884, Mary Vyner, only child of the late Capt. F. C. Playne (Rifle Brig.), of Avening Court, Gloucestershire, and has issue living, Frederick Robert, f>. 1885, Martin Viner, t. i3S8. Residences, 74. Queen's Gate, S.W. : Avening Court, Gloucestershire. Chambers, i, Brick Court, Temple, E.C. Clnb, Oxford and Cambridge. Archibald Gordon, b. 1851 : in. 1884, Marian, da. of the late G. Hamilton Fletcher, Esq., of Barrow Hedges, Carshalton, and has issue living, Hamilton Rivers, . 1884, Reginald Gordon, b. 1888, Venetia Sophie, b. 1887. Residences, 95, Cornwall Gardens, S.W. ; Pinehurst, Lower Bourne, Farnham, Surrey. - Mary Douglas. Eva.'^ Florence Julia (Lady Head) '. in. 1880, Sir Robert Garnett Head, 3rd baronet. Residence, Issue of the late Henry Pollock, Esq., $th son of ist baronet, b. 1826, d. 1889 : HI. 1860, Amelia (now of 18, Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W.), da. of the late Charles Bailey, Esq., of Lee Abbey, Lynton, Devon: Issue of the late Arthur Julius Pollock, Esq., M.D.. F.R.C.P., 7th son of ist baionet. b. 1835, d. 1890 : tn. 1861, Ellen (now of 90, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W.), da. of the late Charles Bailey, Esq., of Lee Abbey, Lynton, Devon :- Arthur Julius, ^. 1863; ed. at Charterhouse, and at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich ; is Capt. R.A. Clubs, Junior Army and Navy, Beaufort. - Henry Edward, b. 1864; ed. at Charterhouse; Bar. Inner Temple 1887. Residence, Hong Kong. Charles Frederick, b. 1866 ; ed. at Westminster ; admitted a Solicitor 1887. Chambers, 19, Bedford Row, W.C. Caroline. The Right Hon. Sir Frederick, ist baronet, was Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer 1844-66. He was son of Mr. David Pollock, saddler, of Charing Cross, who had two other sons that attained to great eminence, viz., Sir David Pollock, Chief Justice of Bombay, and Field-Marshal Sir George Pollock, Bart., G.C.B., G. C.S.I., Constable of the Tower of London. The 2nd baronet was for many years Senior Master of the Supreme Court of Judicature and Queen's Remembrancer. Marion Amelia. MONTAGU-POLLOCK, Creation 1872, of the Khyber Pass Boldly and ^rj>rr^ Let us be examined Sir MONTAGU FREDERICK strenuously. &f^ ~$> cv our conduct. ,, MONTAGU-POLLOCK, 3rd Baronet ; b. 1864 ; s. his father, Sir FREDERICK, 1874 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B. A. 1885). ^Vrins Quarterly, ist and 4th, azure, three fleurs-de-lis within a bordure embattled or for his distinguished services in the Afghan war, on a chief of the second an eastern crown gules superinscribed " Khyber," and on a canton ermine three cannons fesseways in pale sable : 2nd and 3rd, parti per pale argent and gules, a fesse lozengy counterchanged ; in the middle chief point a cross moline, also counterchanged. Crtsts ist, a lion rampant guardant argent adorned with an eastern crown or, holding in his dexter paw in bend sinister an Afghan banner displayed gules, bordered or and vert, the staff broken in two, in his sinister paw a part of the broken staff in an escrol over the motto, " Afghanistan " ; 2nd, a boar passant quarterly embattled or and vert, pierced through the sinister shoulder with an arrow proper ; 3rd, a griffin's head couped, wings expanded or, gorged with a collar lozengy. jjnpporttrs Dexter, an heraldic tiger sable, maned, tufted, and gorged with an eastern crown, and chained, chain being reflexed over the back or, and pendent from the collar an escutcheon or, charged with a bomb fired proper ; sinister, a talbot gorged, chained, and charged as the dexter. Club Oxford and Cambridge. Sisters living Constance Louisa. Eleanor Spencer. Beatrice Laura. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) GEORGE DAVID POLLOCK, F.R.C.S. Eng., b. Oct. i8th, 1817 : is Consulting Surgeon to St. George's Hospital, and Surgeon in Ordinary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales : in. 1850, Marianne Chanty, da. of the late Robert Saunders, Esq., B.C.S., and has issue living, Hugh (of 4, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Club, Oxford and Cambridge), b. 1859; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885); Bar. Lincoln's Inn
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