DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 497 Brother living I Major 1874 ; serv< 1877, Louisa, widow ot Uapt. Vernon, K. JN., and da. ot the late Capt. Oarth, K Berks. Residence, Coombe Banks, Uckfield, Sussex. Club, Army and Navy. Sister living Louisa Emily: m. 1858, Thomas Best, Esq., J.P., and has issue living, Thomas ott's Ann, Andover. Clubs, Naval and Military, White's), b. 1861 ; formerly Capt. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Thomas Shiffner, Esq., 4th son of ist baronet, b. 1796, d. 1872 : m. 1841, Mary (now of Copgrove Hall, Boroughbridge), da. of James Brown, Esq., Harehills Grove, Yorkshire : . Emily Charlotte: ;. 1889, Capt. Francis Charles Bridgeman-Simpson, R.N. [see E. Bradford, colls.]. - Anne Mary (Lady Graham): m. 1876, Sir Reginald Henry Graham, 8th baronet. Residences, Norton Conyers, near Ripon ; 25, Berkeley Square, VV. SHUCKBURGH, Creation 1660, of Shuckburgh, Warwickshire. -S/r STEWKLEY FREDERICK DRAYCOTT SHUCKBURGH, loth Baronet ; b. June 2oth, 1880; s. his father, Sir GEORGE THOMAS FRANCIS, 1884. JJatron of filiu gibing Lower Shuckburgh V. with Upper Shuckburgh V., Warwickshire. Sable, a chevron between three astroits, a. star stone found at Shuckburgh. Crtst A blackamoor couped at the waist proper, with a dart in his hand or. Seat Shuckburgh, near Daventry. Hsec manus ob patriam. This tiandfor my country. Brother living-GERALD FRANCIS STEWKLEY, b. Feb. 2 8th, 1882. Aunts living (daughter of 8th baronet) Charlotte Georgiana Amelia : m. 1860, the Rev. John Richard Errington, M.A., who d. 1882, Hon. Canon of Worcester, and has issue living, Frederick Francis, b. 1861 ; ed. at Radley, Walter Alfred, b. 1868, Eliza Margaret. (Daughter of 7th Baronet) Emily Almeria : m. 1867, the Rev. Samuel Sampson, who d. 1875. Residence, Widow living Of 9th Baronet IDA FLORENCE GERALDINE (Lady ShiickburgK), da, of the late Rev. Frederick W. Robertson [see Denys, Bart.] : m. ist, 1879, Sir George Thomas Francis Shuck- burgh, gth baronet, who</. 1884 ; 2ndly, 1886, Major Henry James Shuckburgh [infra]. Residence, Shuckburgh, near Daventry. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Col. Henry Adolphus Shuckburgh, 3rd son of 7th baronet, b. 1800, d. 1860: m. ist, 1843, Sarah Elizabeth, who d. 18 , da. of William Dwarris, Esq., of Golden Grove, Jamaica ; 2ndly, 1854, Catherine Dorothy, who d. 1866, da. of Daniel J. Cloete, Esq., High Sheriff of Cape Town : Henry James, /'. 1855 ; formerly Major 2nd Batn. Norfolk Regt. ; served in Jowaki campaign 1877-8 (medal with clasp), and in Afghan campaign 1879-80 (medal with clasp) : m. 1886, Ida Florence Geraldine (Lady ShuckburgK) [ante], widow of the gth Bart. Club, Army and Navy. George Stewkley, R.N., b. 1860; became Lieut. i883.^^Caroline Emma. This family takes its name from Shuckburgh in Warwickshire, where it has been seated since the loth century. Richard Shuckburgh, Esq., M.P. for the county in 1641, and father of the ist baronet, armed ail his tenants, and joined King Charles I. at Edgcott, where he was knighted. After the battle of Edge Hill, he retired and fortified himself on Shuckburgh Hill, where most of his tenantry were slain, and he himself was taken prisoner. After being confined in Kenihvorth Castle a considerable time, he purchased his liberty at a dear rate. His eldest son, John, was created a baronet by Charles II. KAY-SHUTTLEWORTH, Creation 1849, of Gawthorpe Hall, Lancashire. Right Hon. Sir UGHTRED JAMES KAY-SHUTTLE- WORTH, P. C., M.P., and Baronet; b. Dec.. i8th, 1844; s. his father. Sir JAMES PHILLIPS, D.C.L., 1877; ed. at Harrow, and at London Univ.; is a J.P. for Lancashire, and a J.P. and D.L. for Westmoreland ; unsuccessfully contested N.E. Lanca- shire 1868, Hastings 1880, and Coventry 1881 ; sat as M.P. for Hastings (L) 1869-80 ; has sat for Clitheroe Div. of N.E Lancashire since 1885 ; was Under Sec. of State for India Feb. to April 1886, and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster April to Aug. 1886; appointed Parliamentary Sec. to the Admiralty Aug. 1892: m. 1871, Blanche Marion, da. of Sir Woodbine Parish, K.C.H., and has issue. Kynd kynn knawne kepe. rms Quarterly : ist and 4 th, argent, three shuttles sable ; 2nd and Kind kin when known ^rd, argent, two bendlets sable between as many crescents azure, between keep. the bendlets five ermine spots. Cnst ist, a cubit arm in armour proper, grasping in the gauntlet a shuttle of the arms ; 2nd, on a crescent azure a goldfinch proper. 3 2
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