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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 449 Daughter living Ethel Adeline (Lady Meysey- Thompson) : m. 1885, Sir Henry Meysey Meysey- Thompson, 2nd baronet. Residences, Kirby Hall, York ; Thorpe Green, Little Ouseburn ; 2, Hamilton Place, V. Sister living Henrietta Maria : m. 1850, Richard Stephens, Esq., J.P. and D.L., and has issue living. Henry Pottinger Lygon, b. 1851, Percy Soniers Tyringham, b. 1860, Emily Henrietta. Residence, Eastington House, Bournemouth. The ist baronet, Major-Gen, the Right Hon. Sir Henry, G.C.B., was distinguished both in military service and in diplomacy. He was successively Ambassador to the Emperor of China, and Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, and of Madras. POWELL, Creation 1892, of Horton Old Hall, Bradford. Sir FRANCIS SHARP POWELL, JM.P. t ist Baronet, son of the late Rev. Benjamin Powell, Esq., of Wigan ; b. 1827 ; ed. at St. John's Coll., Camb. (B.A. Classical and Mathematical Honours 1850, M.A. 1853); Bar. Inner Temple 1853 ; is a J.P. for Lancashire and W. Riding of York ; sat as M.P. for Wigan (C) 1857-9, when he was defeated, for Cambridge 1863-8, for W. Riding of York (N. Div.) 1872-4, and again for Wigan 1881, when he was unseated ; re-elected for Wigan 1885, 1886, and 1892 ; unsuccessfully contested Wigan 1852, 1854, and 1859, Stalybridge 1871, and W. Riding of York, N. Div., 1874 and 1880 : m. 1858, Anne, da. of Matthew Gregson, Esq., of Toxteth Park, Liverpool, and has issue. JJalron of nt Jibing All Saints, Horton V., Yorkshire. Junns Sable, within a bordure or, three escutcheons argent, on each Every good thing isjrom a boar's head erased of the field. Crtst A lion rampant, gorged with a God. double chain or, therefrom pendant a pheon argent, and supporting with its paw an escutcheon or, thereon an eagle's head erased azure. Seat Horton Otd Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire. Town Residence i, Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, W. Clubs Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge. Omne bonum Dei donum. POWER, Creation 1836, of Kilfane, Kilkenny. .Sir JOHN ELLIOTT CECIL POWER, 4th Baronet ; b. Dec. ist, 1870; s. his father, Sir RICHARD CRAMPTON, 1892. Argent, a bend engrailed gules, between two foxes' heads, erased proper on a chief of the second three escallops of the field. Crist A stag's head erased proper. Seat Kilfane, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny. Club Boodle's. Brother living ELLIOTT DERRICK LE POER, b. April 2 ist, 1872 ; is Lieut. 4th Batn. King's (Shropshire L.I.). Sisters living^May. - Vera. Uncles living (sons of ?nd baronet) Adam Clayton, I. 1844. - George, b. 1846. - William le Poer, b. 1852; formerly Capt. 2nd Batn. Northamp- Pro patria semper tonshire Regt. ; served in Zulu and Transvaal Wars (medal). Residence, For >ny country always. Aunt living (daughter of 2nd baronet) Augusta Frances : m. 1880, Willoughby Francis Wade, Esq., F.R.C.P. (J.P. for Warwickshire). Residences, Kilmurrey, Edgbaston ; 27, Temple Row, Birmingham. Great-Aunt living (daughter of ist baronet) Frances : m. 1840, John Power, Esq., J.P., D.L. (tie jure i6th Baron Power and Curraghmore), who d. 1851 ; assumed by royal license, 1863, the original family surname of De la Poer ; has issue living [see De la Poer, " Foreign Titles of Nobility"]. Residence, Gurteen, co. Waterford. WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet FLORENCE ANNA MARIA (Lady Power), da. of the late Robert Elliott, Esq., of Goldingtonbury, Bedford : m. 1869, Sir Richard Crampton Power, 3rd baronet, who d. 1892. Residence, Kilfane, Thomastown, co. Kilkenny. 29