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506 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Maidenstone, near Bursledon, Southampton. Eleanor Spencer : m. 1861, Robert Gosling, Esq. r J.P., and has issue living, Robert Cunliffe (Club, White's), b. 1868, William Sullivan (Club, Guards'); is Lieut. 2nd Batn. Scots Guards, b. 1869, Seymour Frederick, b. 1871 ; is Lieut. R.A., George Bennett, b. 1872 ; is Lieut. 3rd Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own), Alfred Henry,. b. 1874, Lionel Drummond, b. 1875, Thomas Spencer, b. 1877, Maud Eleanor, Dora Mary, Frances Emily: in. 1892, James Farquharson Remnant, Esq., Bar.-at-law, of 36, Eaton Terrace, S.W., Gertrude Augusta, Isabella Charlotte, Ethel Georgiana. Residences, Hassobury, near Bishop's Stortford ; 28, Portland Place, W. Dora Spencer: m. 1876, the Rev. John Jenkyns, R. of Thornhaugh, and has issue living, Hugh Hobhouse, b. 1879, Stephen Spencer, b. 1882, Dorothea Edith. Residence, Thornhaugh Rectory, near Wansford.^ Augusta Frances Spencer. Frances Adela Spencer. The ist baronet, Sir Drummond, not having issue, the patent of baronetcy was conferred with remainder to the issue male of Charles Smith, Esq., M.P., of Suttons, Essex. SMITH, Creation 1809, of Eardiston, Worcestershire. Sir WILLIAM SMITH, 3rd Baronet ; b. Oct. 5th, 1823 ; s. his father, Sir CHRISTOPHER SIDNEY, 1839 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Worcestershire ; formerly Capt. Worcester- shire Yeo. Cav. : m. 1843, Susan, who d. 1892. da. of Sir William George Parker, 2nd Baronet, and has issue. $rms Sable, a cross flory, or, on a chief engrailed ermine, a demi-lion issuant between two cross-crosslets gules. Crest A greyhound couchant, sable, collared and line refle.xed over the back, or, the body charged with a cross-crosslet, of the last, the dexter paw resting upon a cross flory, as in the arms. Residence Sons living Charles Edward Winwpod, b. 1853. William Arthur Vin- wood, b. 1854 : m. 1886, Harriet Eliza, da. of the late John Lethbridge Cowlard, Esq., of Madford, Launceston, and has issue living, Constance Evelyn Winwood, b. 1888, Gladys Pauline Winwood, b. 1889. Residence. Chelston, Torquay. , Daughters living Mary Agnes Winwood (Lady Hughes): m. ist, 1881, the Rev. Sir Thomas Collingwood Hughes, 8th Bart., who d. 1889 ; 2 ndly. 1890, R. H. Gunning, Esq., M.D., LL.D. Residence, 12, Addison Crescent, Kensington, W. Elizabeth Ellen Winwood : m. 18^2, Edward Vincent Vashon Wheeler, Esq. Residence, Newnham Court. Tenbury. Brother living Edward, b. 1826. Residence, i, Manor Place, Paddington, W. Sisters living Elizabeth : in. 1853, Charles Gabriel Shaw, Esq., formerly Assist, to Director-Gen. of Stores, India Office. Residence, 89, Kensington Gardens Square, Bayswater, W. Ellen. Grandchildren living Issue of the late Christopher Sydney Winwood Smith, b. 1846, d. 1886 : in. 1877, Caroline, da. of William Holland, Esq., of Fitzroy, Queensland : WILLIAM SYDNEY WINWOOD, b. April ist, 1879. Maud Agnes Winwood Dorothy Winwood. CUSACK-SMITH, Creation 1799, of Newtown, King's County. Sir WILLIAM CUSACK-SMITH, 4th Baronet ; b. 1822 ; s. his father, Sir MICHAEL, 1859; formerly an Officer 4th Royal Wurtemburg Lancers. ^Vrms Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent on a bend between two unicorns' heads erased azure armed or, three lozenges of the last, Smith ; 2nd and 3rd, per pale or and azure, a fesse- counterchanged, Cnsack. Crests ist, out of a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's head azure, armed gold; 2nd, a mermaid sable, crined and garnished or, and bearing in her exterior hand a mirror proper, framed and handled. jupporttrs Dexter, a merman sable, crined and garnished or, bearing in his exterior hand a trident of the second ; sinister, a mermaid sable, crined and garnished or, and bearing in her exterior hand a mirror proper, framed and handled of the second. Residence In God is my hope. Sister living Mary : m. 1845, the Rev. Henry Charles Hawley, who d. 1877 [see Hawley, Bart., colls.]. Residence, Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late Rt. Hon. Thomas Berry Cusack-Smith (infra); Issue of the late William Robert Lucas Cusack-Smith, Esq., b. 1832, d. 1887 : m. 1856, Mary- Blanche, da. of John Chisenhale Chisenhale, Esq., of Arley Hall, Lancashire : THOMAS BERRY, b. Feb. i6th, r 8 5 9 ; ed. at Eton; Bar. Middle Temple, 1884; forme'ly LieuU ist Vol. Batn. Essex Regt. ; was Chancellor of the Primrose League 1887-9; appointed H.B.M.'s Consul at Samoa, and Dep. Commr. for W. Pacific 1890 : ;. 1886, Winifred, da. of the Rev. John Whitaker Maitland, of Loughton Hall, Essex [see Neave, Bart.], and has issue livin Williamina, />. 1887. Residence, British Consulate, Samoa. Club, Junior Constitutional. eave, Bart.], and has issue living, Mala Guy Henry Charles, b. 1862 ; ed. at Eton. - Angela Eliza. - Florence Blanche. Issue of the late Rt. Hon. Thomas Berry Cusack-Smith, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, and son of 2nd baronet, b. 1795, d. 1866: m. 1827, Louisa, who d. 1872, da. of James Hugh Smith-Barry, Esq., of Marbury Hall, Cheshire : Mary Ann Angelina. Anne Eliza. Caroline Augusta ; in. 1851, James William Middleton Berry, Esq., who d. 1855. Residence, Ballynegall, co. Westmeath. Frances Mary Anne.