DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 493 Issue of the late William Hobart Seymour, Esq., 6th son of ist baronet, b. 1820, d. 1857: m. 18 i Sarah Mary Avory, of Sydney, N.S.W., who d. 1859, having m. 2ndly, 1858, Henry Pleydell-Bouverie : Jane : >. 1876, Charles Edward Hawker, Esq., and has issue living, William Arthur, b. 1877, Edward Seymour, b. 1882, Dorothea, Mary Florence. Residence, 53, Albion Place, Reading. The ist baronet, Adm. Sir Michael Seymour, K.C.B., when in command of the " Amethyst " frigate, on the night of Nov. loth, 1808, fell in with the French frigate " La Thetis" off L'Orient, which, after a gallant resistance, was captured. This action, for gallantry, skill, and courage, has scarcely been equalled. George III. signified his approbation by presenting him with a gold medal, and Lloyd's Patriotic Fund voted him 100 guineas. The 2nd baronet assumed by royal license in 1842 the additional surname of Culme, to perpetuate the name of his first wife, which would otherwise have become extinct. SHAKERLEY, Creation 1838, of Somerford Park, Cheshire. Sir CHARLES WATKIN SHAKERLEY, C.B., 2nd Baronet; b. March 27th. 1833 ; s, his father. 6z>CHARLES PETER, 1857; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Cheshire (High Sheriff 1863); formerly Lieut. -Col. Comdg. and Hon. Col. 5th Vol. Batn. Cheshire Regt. : m. 1858, Georgiana Harriott, da. of the late George Holland Ackers, Esq., of Moreton Hall, Cheshire, and has issue. Patron of nf Jibing Somerford Chapel Don., Cheshire. ^rms Argent, a chevron between three hillocks vert. Crtst A garb or, on the sinister side a rabbit erect resting its fore-paws thereon sable. Seat Somerford Park, Congleton, Cheshire. Club Garrick. Sons living WALTER GEOFFREY, I. Nov. 26*, 1859 ; formerly Antiquum obtinens. Lieut, ist Batn. King's Roy. Rifle Corps ; is Lieut-Col. Comdg. sth Possessing antiquity. Vol. Batn. Cheshire Regt. : m. 1885, Hilda Mary, only da. of Henry Hodgson, Esq., of Currarevagh, Oughterard, co. Galway, and has issue living, Mabel Beatrice, b. 1889. Residence, Green Hall, Wilmslow, Manchester. George Her- bert, />. 1863 ; formerly Lieut. 2nd Batn. King's Roy. Rifle Corps: m. 1891, Evelyn Mary, da. of Col. Charles Hosken France-Hayhurst, J.P. and D.L., of Bostock Hall, near Middlewich, and has issue living, Gladys Mary, b. 1892. Ernest Alfred, b. 1866 ; is Lieut. 2nd Batn. Duke of Cornwall's L.I. Sister living Gertrude : m. 1860, Lieut. -Col. Charles Milligan, formerly of sgth Foot [see Des Voeux, Bart.]. Residence, Caldwell Hall, Burton-on-Trent. Widow living Of 1st Baronet JESSIE MATILDA (Lady Shakerley), da. of James Scott, Esq., of Rotherfield Park, Hants : in. 1831, as his 2nd wife, Sir Charles Peter Shakerley, ist baronet, who d. 1857. Residence, Haling Grove, Penkridge, Stafford. This family have been seated in Lancashire from a remote period. Sir Charles Peter, the ist baronet, was High Sheriff of Cheshire 1837. SHAW, Creation 1665, of Eltham, Kent. Sir JOHN CHARLES KENWARD SHAW, yth Baronet ; b. June Sth, 1829 ; s. his uncle, Sir JOHN KENWARD, 1857 ; ed. at Eton, and at Merton Coll., Oxford ; is a J.P. for Kent ; was Lieut. W. Kent Yeo. Cav. 1852-8 : in. ist, 1860, Maria, who d, 1863, da. of Henry Sparkes, Esq., of Shalford, Surrey ; 2ndly, 1868, Sophia Emma Anna Maria, da. of Capt. John William Finch, R.N., of Knight's Place, Pembury, Kent. J);ttron of One Jibing Brightwell V., with Kesgrave V., Suffolk. ^rms Argent, a chevron between three fusils ermines. Crtst Six arrows interlaced, saltirewise or, tied together with a belt gules, the buckle and pendant or. Residence Kenward, Pembury, Kent. Sisters living Alicia Frances : m. 1846, C. H. Woodgate, Esq. (formerly of M.C.S.), and has issue living, two daus. Gertrude Anne : m. 1847, Rupert Henry Warre, Esq., who d. 1855, and has issue living, four daus. Harriet Augusta: in. 1850, the Rev. John Beauvoir Dalison, R. of Upwell, and has issue living, three sons and four daus. , of whom, Georgiana Augusta : m. 1878, the Rev. Alfred Burton, V. of Stetchworth, Newmarket, Katherine Frances : m. 1890, Dudley Newman, Esq. Residence, Upwell Rectory, near Wisbeach. Louisa Margaret: m. 1846, the Rev. George Stephen Woodgate, who d. 1871, and has with other issue living, Rev. Reginald Stephen Shaw, b. 1849 i e d- at Winchester, and at Merton Coll., Oxford ; is R. of Yaverland, Isle of Wight: m. 1880, Lydia Elisabeth, da. of the late Col. Walter Meller, M.P., and has issue living, Elisabeth Frances Shaw, Rosamond Stephanie Meller. Residences, Pembury Hall, Kent ; Yaver- land, Isle of Wight. Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late Capt. Charles Shaw, R.N., 2nd son of 5th baronet, and lather of 7th baronet : Issue of the late Rev. Charles John Kenward Shaw, b. 1829, d. 1875 : in. 1859, Julia Elizabeth, da. of Capt. John Harvey Boteler, R.N. : Rev. CHARLES JOHN MONSON, b. Nov. 2 4 th, 1860 ; ed. at Haileybury, and at Hertford Coll. Vincit qui patitur. He conquers who endures.
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