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472 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. ROBERTS, Creation 1809, of Glassenbury, Kent, of Britfieldstown, co. Cork, and of the City of Cork. Sir RANDAL ROWLAND ROBERTS, 4th Baronet ; b. March 28th, 1837 ; s. his father, Sir THOMAS ROWLAND, 1864; ed. at Harrow, and at Oxford Univ. ; formerly Capt. 33rd Regt., and Major London Irish Rifle Vol. ; served in Crimean campaign (medal, Legion of Honour, Turkish medal, and Italian Order of SS. Maurice and Lazarus,), and in Indian Mutiny campaign (medal) ; was special correspondent of Daily Telegraph attached to staff of 1st Prussian Army Corps in Franco-Prussian war 1870-71 (medal, Iron Cross of Germany): m. 1857, Mary Eliza, da. of the late Lieut. -Col. Sydney Turnbull, Bom. Artillery, and has issue. ^rms Azure, on a chevron argent cottised or, three mullets of six points Post funera virtus. sable, pierced of the field. Crtst On a mount vert an eagle displayed Virtue survives the wreathed round the neck with ivy proper. Daughters living Lina Marion : m. 1889, Major Jefferson Serrell Wood, ist. Batn. Border Regt. Beatrice Sidney Jane Margaret. Half-Brothers living (sons of yd bart., by his 2nd wife, Anne Elliott, who d. 1890, el. da. of the late Capt. Hon. William Langdon, R.N., M.L.C., ofMontacute, Tasmania) ROWLAND, b. 1845; ed. at King's Coll., London ; is Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col. 4th Vol. Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own). Residence, 31, Argyll Road, Kensington, W. Clubs, St. Stephen's, Royal Cork Yacht. Walworth Howland, b. 1855 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1878 ; is a Revising Barrister for Middlesex, and one of the Examiners of the Court : m. 1890, Kate, da. of the late John Gibson Thomson, Esq., of Aitechuan. Ardrishaig, N.B., and has issue living, Winifred Elliott, b. 1891. Residence, n, Eldon Road, Kensington, W. Chambers, 3, (North) King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G. Half-Sister living (daughter of 3rd Bart., by his and wife, see ante) Florence Maria: ;. 1869, Eaton Monins Lascelles, Esq., who d. 1871, 3rd son of Rowley Lascelles, Esq., of Pencraig, Cardi- ganshire. Residence, 31, Argyll Road, Kensington, W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. Edmund Gilbert Roberts, 2nd son of 2nd baronet, b. 1810, d. 1857 : m. 1836, Elizabeth Anne, who d. 1889, da. of Major Joyce, of Teignmouth : Thomas Langdon, b. 1840 ; was Capt. London Irish Rifle Vol. 1876-80 : /. 1862, Emily, da. of the late Capt. Thomas Moor (H.E.I.C.S.), of Canterbury. Herbert, b. 1847; has served in Cape Mounted Rifles. The former baronetcy of 1620, belonging to this old Kentish family, originally called Rookehurst and later Roobertes, became apparently extinct on the demise in 1745 of Sir Walter, 6th baronet, who left an only daughter, Jane, who married the 3rd Duke of St. Albans. About 1775 the Duchess discovered that the descendants of Thomas, second son of the ist baronet, who had emigrated to Ireland in 1631, were in existence and seated at Britfieldstown, Roberts' Cove, co. Cork ; and upon their descent being proved the title was assumed by the then head of that branch, Randal, and it was confirmed to his eldest son Thomas (but not antedated) in 1809. The ancient property of Glassenbury, Cranbrook, Kent, which had then been in the direct line for nearly seven centuries, was left by the Duchess of St. Albans to the second son of this Sir Thomas, viz., Col. Thomas Walton Roberts, J.P. (High Sheriff of Kent 1879), who d. 1882. near Kettenng. Club New University. ROBINSON, Creation 1660, of London. Rev. Sir FREDERICK LAUD ROBINSON, 9th Baronet ; b. June 28th, 1843 ; s. his brother, Sir JOHN BLEN- COWE, 1877 ; ed. at Rugby, and at Trin. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870) ; is R. of Cranford, and a J.P. for Northampton- shire : m. 1870. Madeline Caroline, da. of Frederick Sartoris, Esq., of Rushden Hall, Higham Ferrers, and has issue. patron ot >nt ;ibing Cranford R., Northamptonshire. &rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, embattled, gules and or, in the first quarter a lion passant-guardant or standing on the battlements of a tower argent ; 2nd and 3rd, vert, a buck trippant within an orle of trefoils slipped or. Crrst A buck trippant or, collared and lined vert, the collar charged with three trefoils slipped. Seat Cranford Hall, near Kettering. Residence Cranford Rectory, Son living FREDERICK LAUD VILLIERS, b. Dec. 4 th, 1880. Daughters living Evelyn Dorothy. Margery Sybil. Sylvia Joan. Sisters living Dorothea Ann Eliza (Lady Hoskins): m. 1865, Adm. Sir Anthony Hiley Hoskins, K.C.B. Residence, 17, Montagu Square, W. Widow living Of 8th Baronet WINIFRED (Lady Robinson), da. of the late Rev. Edward