4 8 4 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. SALT, Creation 1869, of Saltalre, Yorkshire. Sir SHIRLEY HARRIS SALT, 3rd Baronet ; b. May 4th, 1857 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM HENRY, 1892 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883); Bar. Inner Temple 1882 ; is a J.P. for Leicestershire and Breconshire : m. 1880, Charlotte Jane, da. of the Very Rev. John C. MacDonnell, D.D., R. of Misterton, Lutterworth, Canon of Peterborough, and formerly Dean of Cashel, and has issue. Jlrnw Azure a chevron indented between two mullets in chief, and a demi-ostrich displayed, holding in the beak a horseshoe in base or. Crtst Upon a rock, an alpaca statant, proper. Seat Gliffaes, Crickhowell. Club Junior Carlton. Sons living JOHN WILLIAM TITUS, b. Nov. 3 oth, 1884. Robert Shirley MacDonnell, b. 1888. Shirley Edward Philip, b, 1891. Quid non Deo juvante ? Daughters living Dorothy Dove. Kathleen Mary. Whatnot with God Sister living Constance Dove : in. 1 887, Rev. Arthur FitzGerald Evans, helping? M>A-i v of Great Maplestead, and has issue living, John FitzGerald, b. 1889, Constance Dove, b. 1888, Margaret, b. 18. Residence, Great Maplestead Vicarage, Halstead, Essex. Uncles living (sons of ist baronet) George, b. 1833 : m. Jenny Louisa, second da. of the late Signior Fresco, of Florence. Residence, 23, St. Ermin's Mansions, Westminster. S.W. Club, Royal Thames Yacht. Edward, b. 1837 ; is a J.P. and D.L. for W. Riding of York: m. ist, 1861, Mary Jane Susan, who d. 1870, da. of Samuel Elgood, Esq., of Leicester; 2ndly, 1871, Sarah Amelia, da. of the late William Rouse, Esq., of Burley House, Burley-in-Wharfedale. Residence, Ferniehurst, Shipley, Yorkshire. Club, Junior Carlton. Herbert, b. 1840 : in. Elizabeth, youngest da. of the late John Douglas Farrell, Esq., and has issue living. Residence, 160, Brixton Road, S.W. Club, National Conservative. Aunts living (daughters of ist baronet) Amelia : ;. 1873, Henry Wright, Esq., J.P. Residence, 22, Upper Phillimore Gardens, W. Helen. Ada: m. 1883, Edmund Herbert Stevenson, Esq., and has issue living, Monica Helen. Residence, The Cottage, 2, Nightingale Lane, S.W. Widows living Of 1st and 2nd Baronets CAROLINE (Lady Salt), da. of George Whitlam, Esq., of Great Grimsby : m. 1830, Sir Titus Salt, ist baronet, who d. 1876. Residence, Broadoak, Clapham Common. S.W. EMMA DOVE OcTAViANA(rt</j/ Salt), da. of John Dove Harris, Esq., of Ratcliffe Hall, Leicester : m. 1854, Sir William Henry Salt, 2nd baronet, who d. 1892. Residence, Maplewell, Loughborough. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Titus Salt, Esq., sth son of ist baronet, b. 1843, d. 1887 : m. 1866, Catharine (now of Milner Field, Bingley, Yorkshire), da. of the late Joseph Esq., of Broomfield, Halifax : Gordon Locksley, b. 1866. Harold Crossley, b. i Mary Isabel. ph Crossley, Laurence litus Whitlam, b. 1874. The ist baronet, Sir Titus, discovered the practical uses of the wool, or hair, now known as " alpaca," and introduced the manufacture thereof in 1836. In 1848 he was elected Mayor of Bradford, and in 1851 he commenced to erect extensive works near Bradford, and so founded the town of Saltaire, which in 1871 contained 820 houses and a population of 4,389. He sat as M.P. for Bradford (L) 1859-61. Salusbury-Trelawny, see Trelawny. SAMUELSON, Creation 1884, of Bodicote, Banbury, Oxfordshire. Sir BERNHARD SAMUELSON, M.P., F.R.S., ist Baronet, son of the late Samuel Henry Samuelson, Esq., merchant, of Liverpool ; b. Nov. 22nd, 1820; is a J.P. and a County Alderman for Oxfordshire, an Ironmaster at Middles- borough, an Agricultural Implement maker at Banbury, and a M.I.C.E. ; has Legion of Honour ; sat as M.P. for Banbury (Z) Feb. to April 1859, when he was defeated, and 1865-85, since when he has sat for N., or Banbury, Div. of Oxfordshire ; was Chm. of Roy. Commn. on Technical Instruction : m. ist, 1844, Caroline, ivho d. 1 886, da. of the late Henry Blundell, Esq., J.P., of Hull; 2ndly, 1889, Lelia Mathilda, da. of the late Chevalier Leon Serena, and widow of William Denny, Esq., of Dumbarton, and has issue by ist marriage. Post tenebras lux. Light after aarkness. Sable, three piles wavy or, each charged with a phosnix proper. Crtt A phoenix holding in its beak a torch and charged on each wing with a scroll.
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