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4 86 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. SAVOEY, Creation 1891, of Buckhurst Park, Ascot, Berks. Sir JOSEPH SAVORY, M.P., ist Baronet, el. son of the late Joseph Savory, Esq., of Buckhurst Park, Berks; b. July 2'3rd, 1843 ; ed. at Harrow ; was Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1882-3, and Lord Mayor of London 1890-91 ; has been an Alderman of London for Langbourn Ward since 1883 ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Berks, a Member of London Sch. Board, Chm. of Council of Almoners of Christ's Hospital, and a Gov. of Roy. Holloway Coll. and of Queen Anne's Bounty ;. has sat as M.P. for Westmoreland, N., or Appleby, Div. (C) since 1892 : m. 1888, Helen Pemberton, da. of Lieut.-Col. Sir George Archibald Leach, K.C.B., R.E. Drills Paly of six or and vert, a chevron ermine charged with three cross-crosslets fitchee sable, a chief gules. Crest In front of a cubit arm Vincit omnia veritas. erect proper, charged with a cross-crosslet fitchee sable, the hand grasping. Truth overcomes ail things. a chapeau gules turned up erminois, two laurel branches in orle vert. Seat Buckhurst Park, Sunninghill, Berks. GRAVES-SAWLE, Creation 1836, of Penrice, Cornwall. Sir CHARLES BRUNE GRAVES-SAWLE, 2nd Baronet ,- b. Oct. loth, 1816; s. his father, Sir JOSEPH SAWLE, 1865; ed. at Eton, and at Clare Hall, Camb. (B.A. 1841) ; formerly Hon. Lieut.-Col. 2nd Brig. W. Div. R.A. ; is a D.L., a J.P., and a County Alderman for Cornwall (High Sheriff 1872), and a Special Dep.-Warden of the Stannaries ; sat as M.P. for Bodmin (Z> 1852-7 : m. 1846. Rose Caroline, da. of the late David R. Paynter,. Esq., of Dale Castle, Pembrokeshire, and has issue. Patron of 0iu gibing (With Major Carlyon) St. Ewe R., Cornwall. $rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, azure, three falcons' heads erased two and one within a bordure or, Sau'le ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, an eagle displayed in chief, a naval crown between two bombs or, fired proper, Graves. Cnst Per sinum Codanum. An eagle displayed or, supporting in the dexter claw a staff erect proper, Through the Codatiean thereon hoisted a pendant, forked and flowing to the sinister gules. bay. Seats Penrice, St. Austell, Cornwall ; Barley House, near Exeter. Town Residence 39, Eaton Place, S.W. Club Reform. Sons living FRANCIS AYLMER, b. 1849; ed. at Eton; is Col. ist Batn. Coldstream Guards ; served with Camel Corps in Nile expedition 1884-5 (medal with two clasps, bronze star) : in. 1891, Harriet Augusta, da. of Thomas Frederick Charles Vernon-Wentworth, Esq. [see E. Clanricarde]. Residence, 48, Chester Square, S.W. Clubs, Guards', Brooks's. Charles John, JR.N., b. 1851 ; ed. at Somersetshire Coll., Bath ; became Com. 1890; served in Egyptian war 1882 (medal with clasp, and bronze star) : m. 1887, Constance Mary, da. of Maj.-Gen. Charles Frederick Torrens Daniell, C.B., and has issue living, Richard Charles, b. 1888, Joan, b. 1890. Residence, Daughter living Rose Dorothea. Brother living Thomas, b. 1826 : m. 1840, Juliana, who d. 1884, da. of the late Rev. Sir Erasmu* Henry Griffies- Williams, and baronet (ext.), and has issue living, Julia Eleanor Dorothea : m. 1882, Francis Rashleigh Rodd, Esq., J.P., of Trebartha Hall, Launceston, Marianne Rose, Amy Trevanion : m. 1892, Major William Prinn Noon, ist Batn. Devonshire Regt. Residence, Alphing- ton Exeter. Sister living Mary Frances Elizabeth: m. 1852, Francis John Hext, Esq., J.P., D.L., who d. 1890, and has issue living, Francis John (Club, Isthmian), b. 1854 ; ed. at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1877); Bar. Inner Temple 1882 ; is Capt. and Hon. Major 2nd Brig. W. Div. R. A., and a J.P. for Cornwall, George (Club, Isthmian), b. 1855 ; is in Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs : ;;/. 1888, Augusta Geraldine, da. of Sir Henry Onslow, 3rd Bart. Residence, Tredethy, Bodmin. The family of Sawle was seated in Cornwall as early as the close of the isth century. The ist baronet, Sir Joseph Graves, from whose common ancestor Baron Graves is descended, assumed the surname and arms of Sawle onlv, by royal license, 1815, and by a second license, 1827, he assumed the additional paternal name of Graves.