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464 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. REID, Creation 1703, of Barra, Aberdeenshire. [Extinct 1885.] Sir ALEXANDER REID, 8th and last Baronet. Sister living Of 8th Baronet Barbara. Residence, Daughter living Of 6th Baronet Agnes : >. 1868, Vice-Adm. Stephen Smith Lowther Crofton [see B. Crofton, colls. 1. Residence, Broom Hall, Shooter's Hill. Kent. REID, Creation 1823, of Ewell Grove, Surrey. Sir HENRY VALENTINE RAE REID, 4th Baronet ; b. Feb. I3th, 1845 ; s, his brother, Sir JOHN RAE, 1885. ^rms Per saltire ermine and erminois, an eagle displayed sable, charged on the breast with an escutcheon or. Crtst In front of a castle argent two spears in saltire proper. Residences Amerden Grove, Taplow ; 135, Victoria Street, S.W. Clubs Junior Carlton, Hurlingham. Sister living Louisa Elizabeth Rae : m. 1866, Spencer Croughton Wilde, Esq. Residence, Cheam House, Surrey. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late George Reid, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1800, d. 1855 : w. 1832, Sarah Isabella, who d. 1891, da. of the late Rev. William Holmes : Finn. GEORGE IRVING, b. 1840: m. 1880, Eleanor Frances, da. of the late John Day, Esq., of Uckfield. Residence, Birchmead, Molyneux Park, Tunbridge Wells Isabella: m. 1864, H. W. Kerrich- Walker, Esq. Residence, Newker House, Chester-le-Street, co. Durham. Sarah Elizabeth. Harriet Ellen. Agnes Henrietta. Fanny. Grace Louisa. Residence, i, Devonshire Terrace, Hyde Park, W. The ist baronet, an eminent merchant of London, was Chairman of the East India Co. 1820-21, and the 2nd baronet was Governor of the Bank of England 1840-1, and for many years M.P. for Dover. RHODES, Creation 1776, of Loventor, co. Devon. Sir FREDERICK EDWARD RHODES, 4th Baronet ; b. July lath, 1843 ; .r. his father, Sir GEORGE BAKER, 1882 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Oxford Univ. ; assumed, by royal license, 1878, the name of Rhodes in lieu of his patronymic. ^rms Quarterly, ist and 4th argent, a lion passant guardant between two acorns slipped bendwise, azure, within two bendlets nebuly, sable, guttee d'or, the whole between as many trefoils slipped vert ; 2nd and 3rd, per pale argent, and or, on a saltire nebuly, sable, five escallops of the first ; a chief of the third thereon a lion passant of the second. Crests ist, A cubit arm vested azure guttee d'or, cuff argent, holding an 0^ branch pale- wise in saltire vert, Rhodes; 2nd, a dexter arm embowed, vested azure, charged with three annulets interlaced or, cuffed argent, holding an arrow in bend sinister proper, Baker. Residence Brother living GEORGE BARRINGTON BAKER, b. 1845; ed. at Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford (M.A. 1870); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1870: in. 1872, Katharine Frances, da. of Gen. Sir R. Wilbraham, K.C. B., and has issue living, Philip Wilbraham, b. 1875, Katharine Mary, Margaret Isabel, Sibylla Frances. Residence, Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Stoke-on-Trent. Club, Athenaeum. Sisters living Isabella Maria ;. 1865, Charles Oliver Frederick Cator, Esq., of Beckenham, who d. 1876, and has issue living Charles George Lumley, b. 1872. Residence, 7, Southwick Place, Hyde Park, W. Alice Emily Jane : m. 1885, the Rt. Rev. Charles Waldegrave Sandford, D.D., Bishop of Gibraltar. Residences, Bishopsbourne, Cannes, France; 4, Hyde Park Square, W. Evelyn Nina Frances (Hon. Mrs. Herbert Pakington): in. 1877, the Hon. Herbert Perrott Murray Pakington, son of ist Baron Hampton. Residence, 76, Elm Park Gardens, S.W. Widow living Of 3rd Baronet AUGUSTA CATHERINE (Lady Baker), da. of Sir Robert Fitz- wygram, 2nd baronet : m. 1858, as his 2nd wife, Sir George Baker, 3rd baronet. Residences, 4, Hyde Park Square, W. ; Woodhouse, Lyme Regis. RIBTON, Creation 1759, of Woodbrook, Wicklow. Sir GEORGE RIBTON, 4th Baronet ; b. Aug. i6th, 1842 ; s. his father, Sir JOHN SHEPPEY, 1877 ; ed. at Chel- tenham Coll. : m. 1869, Elizabeth, da. of the late Christopher Sanders, Esq., of Deer Park, co. Cork, and widow of Capt. Francis Kennedy [see Kennedy, Bart.]. &rms Or, a cross and bordure engrailed gules, in each chief quarter a lozenge a^ure. Crtst A dove close azure holding in its beak a laurel branch proper. Town Residence, 80, Eaton Seat Grey Fort, Kilcool, co. Wicklow. Terrace, S.W. Sister living Ada (Lady Hervey-Bathurst) : m. 1869, Sir Frederick J aime la hberte. Thomas Arthur Hervey-Bathurst, 4th baronet. Residence, Clarendon / love liberty. Park, Salisbury.