DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 489 Uncle living (son of 3rd Baronet) Bertie Charles, b. 1844 : m. ist, 1866, Sophia Maynard, who d. 1875 ; 2iidly, 1876, Antoinette Maria, da. of George Rowe, Esq. (divorced 1883); srdly, 1884, Berthe Ardin, only da. of Count Ardin d'Eltheil, and has issue living (by 3rd marriage), Robert Claude, b. 1886, Berthe Charlotte. Club, Junior Carlton. Aunts living (daughter of 3rd Baronet) Ann Ommanney : m. 1867, Capt. Alfred Torrens, formerly of 66th Rea;t., and has issue living, Edward Scott, b. 1868, William Matt, b. 1869, Attwood Alfred, b. 1874, Charles Walter, b, 1875. Residence, Baston Manor, Hayes, Kent. (daughters of 4th Baronet), Lina Mary: m. 1887, Richard Russell, Esq., and has issue living, Claude, b. 1888, Dick, b. 1889. Residence, The Manor Farm, Clewer, Windsor. Mabel Edith (Countess Russell) : m. 1890, the 2nd Earl Russell. Widows living Of 4th and 5th Baronets MARIA SELINA (Lady Scott), da. of the late Henry Charles Burney, Esq., LL.D., of Holywell House, Bishop's Waltham, Hants: m. 1861, Sir Claude Edward Scott, 4th baronet, who d. 1880. Residence, The Cottage, Bray. EMILIE (Lady Scott), da. of x the late Col. Henry Packe, of Twyford Hall, East Dereham [see Isham, Bart., colls.] : m. 18(55, Sir Edward Henry Scott, 5th baronet, who d. 1883. Residences Sundridge Park, Bromley, Kent ; 7, Grosvenor Square, W. The ist baronet was an eminent banker of Westminster. SCOURFIELD, Creation 1876, of The Mote, and Williamston, co. Pembroke. Faithfully Sir QWEN HENRY PHILIPPS SCOURFIELD, 21ld cravtly, and By courage ,-, , .-. , ,./-, ^ . T T 4 successfully and faith Baronet; b. Oct. loth. 1 047 ; s. his father, iSzrJOHN HENRY, M.P., 1876; ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873) ; formerly Capt. and Hon. Major Pem- brokeshire Yeo. Cav.; isaJ.P. for Pembrokeshire (High Sheriff 1881) and Carmarthenshire, a County Councillor for Pem- brokeshire (Burton Div.), Hon. Col. Pembrokeshire Yeo. Cav., and a J.P. and a D.L. for Haverfordwest : m. 1877, Gertrude Katherine, only da. of the late Seymour Philipps Allen, Esq. [see E. Portsmouth], of Cresselly, Pembrokeshire. JJatron of Jbrtc jGibintjs New Moat R., Henry's Moat R., and (alternately), Llys-y-vran R., Pembroke. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, per saltire and gules three greyhounds, courant in pale, argent or, Scourfield ; 2nd and 3rd, argent fretty azure a lion rampant sable gorged with a wreath of oak or, Philips. Csts ist, upon a mount vert the trunk of a tree eradicated fessewise proper, thereon a greyhound courant argent, collared or ; 2nd, a lion rampant sable resting the dexter jamb upon a fer moline. Seats Williamston, Haverfordwest ; The Mote, Pembrokeshire ; Robeston Hall, near Milford. Clubs Carlton, United University, Windham. The ist baronet assumed by royal license, in 1862, the name of Scourfield in lieu of his patronymic, Philipps ; he was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Haverfordwest, and sat as M.P. for Haver- fordwest (C) 1852-68, and for Pembrokeshire 1868-76. SEALE, Creation 1838, of Mount Boone, Devonshire. Sir HENRY PAUL SEALE, 2nd Baronet; b. Feb. I7th, 1806; s. his father, Sir JOHN HENRY, M.P., 1844; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 18 ); formerly Major S. Devon Militia ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Devon ; was Mayor of Dartmouth 1881-2 : m. 1840, Emily, da. of the late Capt. Isaac Rawlings Hartman, of the Coldstream Guards, and a Baron of Denmark, and has issue. gstron of >iu Jibing Townstall V. with St. Saviour's C., Devonshire. Or, two barrulets azure between three wolves' heads erased sable, in the fesse point a mural crown gules. Crest Out of a ducal coronet or a wolfs head argent, embrued at the nose and mouth. Seat Norton Parks, Dartmouth. Chtb Oxford and Cambridge. Son living JOHN HENRY, b. Nov. i4th, 1843 : ed. at Eton ; Bar. Inner Temple 1867 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Devon: m. ist, 1879, Mary Henrietta, who d. 1882, da. of the late Arthur Hyde Dendy, Esq., of Parkfield, Paignton ; 2ndly, 1885, Adela, sister of Sir Alfred Jodrell, 4th baronet, and has issue, living John Carteret Hyde, b. 1881, Henry Dendy, b. 1882, Edith Mary. Residence, Wonastow Court, Monmouth. Club, Constitutional. Daughters living Jane Josephine. Margaret Amelie. Elizabeth Carteret. Brother living Rev. Edward Taylor, b. 1811 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1839); is R. of Moreleigh : m. 1841, Amelia Anne, da. of George Templer, Esq., of Sandford Orleigh, and has issue living, George Thomas, b. 1845 : m. 1871, Marion Edith Cookson, of Canterbury, New Zealand, and has issue living, two sons and five daus. Residence, Moreleigh Rectory, near Totnes. Sister living Elizabeth (Baroness Cranstoun) : m. 1842, the loth Baron Cranstoun, who d. 1869. Residence, 3, Bina Gardens, S. Kensington, S.W.
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