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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 507 Qui capit capitur. Issue of the late Gen. Michael William Smith, C.B., son of ist baronet, b. 1809, d. 1891 : in. 1830, Charlotte, who d. 1891, da. of George W. Carr, Esq. : William Whitmore, b. 1846 ; is Major R.H.A. : m. 1885, Frances, da. of Col. Hill Mussenden Leathes, of Herringfleet Hall, Suffolk, and Banksea, Dovercourt, Essex, and has issue living, Mary Enid, b. 1887, Ivone Eleanor, b. 1892, Eleanor Jane Charlotte. Residence, The ist baronet, Sir Michael Smith, P.C., was Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland and the first judicial Master of the Rolls in that country. The 2nd baronet, Sir William, who was also a Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, assumed his mother's surname of Cusack in 1799, and obtained a grant of supporters. It is remarkable that, while Solicitor-General, he and his father, then a Baron of the Exchequer, went the North-East Circuit together as Judges of Assize. Smith-Dodsworth, see Dodsworth. Smith-Gordon, see Gordon. Smith-Marriott, see Marriott. SMYTH, Creation 1859, of Ashton Court, Somersetshire. Sir JOHN HENRY GREVILLE SMYTH, ist Baronet son of the late Thomas Upton, Esq., of Ingmire Hall, Westmoreland ; b. Jan. 2nd, 1836 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; is a J.P. for Somerset (High Sheriff 1865); assumed the surname and arms of Smyth in lieu of Upton by royal license 1852: tii. 1884, Emily Frances, da. of the Rev. Henry Hugh Way, of Aldbourne Manor, Slough, and widow of George Oldham Edwards, Esq., of Redland Court, Gloucester. ijpntron of efibf ^CifaingS Stapleton V. and (with another) Henbury V., Gloucestershire; Forscote R., and (with another) Long Ashton V., Whit- church V., Somerset. Jmns Gules, on a chevron between three cinquefoils argent, as many leopards' faces sable. Crtst A griffin's head erased gules, gorged with a. collar gemelle, and beaked and eared or. Seats Ashton Court, Bristol ; Wraxall Lodge, near Bristol ; Heath He who takes is taken. House, Stapleton, Gloucestershire ; Wick Hall, Brighton. Club Windham. Sister living Florence Anne : tit. 1858, Clement Upton-Cottrell-Dormer, Esq., whorf. 1880, and has issue living, Charles Walter (of Rousham Park, Oxford), b. 1860 ; formerly Capt. I3th Hussars : in. 1889, Ursula, da. of Thomas R. B. Leslie-Melville-Cartwright, Esq. [E. Leven and Melville], and has issue living, Clement . 1891, Charles Melville^. 1892, Clement Adelmar, b. 1862 ; formerly Capt. 4th Batn. Gloucestershire Regt., John Herbert, b. 1865 ; is Lieut. 4th Batn. Oxfordshire L.I. : m. 1892, Hilda, da. of Horace Dormer Trelawny, Esq. {see Salusbury-Trelawny, Bart., colls.], Maximilian, b. 1867 ; ed. at Radley, Aubrey Caesar, b. 1874, William Otway, b. 1878, Humphrey Randle, b. 1881, Beatrice : m. 1884, Arthur Parish, Esq., Florence Augusta (Hon. Mrs. Cecil Irby) ; m. 1885, the Hon. Cecil Saumarez Irby [see B. Boston], Evelyn Hilda, Winifred Evelyn, Katherine Elizabeth. Residences, Rousham, Oxford ; Ingmire Hall, Westmoreland ; 2, Pont Street, S.W. This baronet is maternally descended from Sir John Smyth, Bart., whose title became extinct in 1849. This baronet's sisters, Florence and Mary, were respectively the mothers of the present baronet's parents. An attempt was made in 1853, by an imposter named John Provis, to substantiate, by a series of forgeries and perjuries, his title to the estates, &c., for which offence he was sentenced in 1854 to twenty years' transportation. SMYTHE, Creation 1660, of Eshe Hall, Durham. Sir CHARLES FREDERICK SMYTHE, yth Baronet , b. March i6th, 1819; j. his father, Sir EDWARD JOSEPH, 1856;. ed. at St. Gregory's Coll., Downside ; is a J.P. for co. Durham, and a D.L. and a J.P. for Salop (High Sheriff 1867) : m. 1855, the Hon. Maria Stonor, da. of 3rd Baron Camoys, and has issue. |3:itron of (Lhu Jibing Acton-Bernall R., Salop. Anns Sable, three roses argent. Crtst A buck's head erased, gorged with a chaplet of laurel all proper. Seats Wooton Hall, Warwickshire ; Eshe Hall, Durham. Residence Acton Burnell Park, Shrewsbury. Club Brooks's. Daughter living Mary Frances : m. 1877, Oscar Henry Blount, Esq. [D. Somerset], and has issue living, Frances Mary Charlotte. Residence, Orche Hill, Gerrard's Cross, Bucks. Brother living JOHN WALTER, b. 1827 ; formerly Capt. Louth Rifles : >. 1864, Marie Louise, da. of William Herbert, Esq., of Clytha House, Usk, Monmouthshire, and has issue living, Edward Walter Joseph Patrick Herbert, b. 1869, Frances Marie Louise, Ismay Ursula Annunciata. Residence, Hill Grove, Clytha, Usk, Monmouthshire. Club, Hurlingham, Regi semper fidelis. A hvays faithful to ttiy king.