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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 525 STYLE, Creation 1627, of Wateringbury, Kent. Sir WILLIAM HENRY M ARSHAM STYLE, gth Baronet, son of the late Capt. William Style, R. N., 2nd son of the Rev. Robert Style, and son of 4th Baronet ; b. Sept. 3rd, 1826 ; s. his cousin, Sir THOMAS CHARLES, 1879 ; ed. at Eton, and at Merton Coll., Oxford (M.A. 1851) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for co. Donegal (High Sheriff 1856), and a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Monmouth : m. 1st, 1848, the Hon. Rosamond Marion Morgan, who d. 1883, el. da. of 1st Baron Tredegar ; 2ndly, 1885, Ellen Catherine, widow of Henry Hyde Nugent Bankes. Esq.. and da. of the late Taylor Massy, Esq. seef>. Massy, colls.], and has issue. ^rms Sable, a fesse or fretty, of the field between three fleurs-de-lis gold ; a bordure of the second. &rcst A wolf's head couped sable, collared or, the lower part of the neck fretty as in the arms. Resilience Glenmore, co. Donegal. Clubs Carlton, Sackville Street. Sons living FREDERIC MONTAGUE, b. May 2oth, 1857. Henry Albert Glenmore, b. 1862. Rodney Charles, b. 1864 ; is Lieut, ist Batn. Queen's Own (Roy. W. Kent Regt.). Daughters living Rosamond Louisa: m. 1872, Henry Price Holford, Esq. (formerly of loth Hussars), and has issue living, George, b. 1872, Arthur, b. 1873, Alfred, b. 1876, Frederick, b. 1881. Selina Isabella. Lydia Frances : m. 1875, Benjamin Francis Meynell Bloomfield, Esq., who d. 1886, and has issue living, Meynell Caldwell Egerton Rodney, b. 1882, Marian Blanche, Grace Maria. Residence, Castlecaldwell, Leggs, co. Fermanagh. Mary Louisa : m. 1884, the Rev. Thomas Thornhill Peyton [see Peyton, Bart.]. Residence, St. Mary's Rectory, March, Isle of Ely. Brothers living Rev. Charles Montague, D.D., b. 1830; formerly Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857, B.D. 1862, D.D. 1880); is R. of S. Warnborough: m. 1867, Jessie Elizabeth, da. of the late Robert Bullock Marsham, Esq., D.C.L. [see E. Romney, colls.], and has issue living, Richard Charles Montague, b. 1870. Residence, South Warnborough Rectory, Winch- field, Hants. Club, Windham. Albert Frederick, b. 1837 : m. 1868, Eliza, da. of the late Henry Tubb, Esq., of Bicester, and has issue living, George Montague, b. 1869; ed. at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1891), Charles Humphrey, b. 1877, Robert Henry, b. 1881, Florence Louisa. Resi- dence, Boxley House, Maidstone. Sister living Louisa Emma Priscilla. Residence, Weavering House, Maidstone. Collateral Branch living. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Robert Style, 2nd son of 4th baronet : Issue of the late Charles Style, Esq., b. 1777, d. 1853 : m. 1812, Frances, who d. 1875, da. of John Cochrane, Esq., of Edenmore, co. Donegal : Anne : m. 1838, Lieut.-Col. John Pitt Kennedy, who d. 1879, and has issue living, Charles Napier, b. 1852 : m. 1882, Lucy, da. of George Marwood, Esq., Florence : ;. 1870, Capt. Abraham Martin (formerly of nth Foot), of Clevergh, co. Sligo. Elizabeth : m. 1850, John James Hamilton Humphreys, Esq., Barrister-at-law, who d. 1890, and has issue living, John Bayfied, b. 1854, Charles Style, b. 1858, Alice Rachel : m. 1876, Robert Jocelyn Alexander, Esq., an Inspector of Schools, Ethel : m. 1879, Albert Crease Coxhead, Esq., Rosamond. Residence, 3, Chichester Street, St. George's Square, S.W. This family, originally seated in Suffolk, is descended from William Style, of Ipswich, father of Sir John Style, Alderman of London, an eminent diplomatist temp. Henry VII. and Henry VIII., and grandfather of Sir Humphrey Style, Knt., one of the Esquires to the Body of Henry VIII., and grandfather of Sir Thomas, ist baronet. SULLIVAN, Creation 1804, of Thames Ditton, Surrey. Sir EDWARD ROBERT SULLIVAN, 5th Baronet ; b. Oct. 29th, 1826; s. his brother, Sir CHARLES, 1862 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for Lancashire: m. 1859, Mary, da. of the late Henry Currie, Esq., M.P., of West Horsley Place, Surrey [see infra] , and has issue. rms Per fesse, the base per pale ; in the chief or, a dexter hand couped at the wrist grasping a sword erect gules, the blade entwined by a serpent proper, between two lions rampant respecting each other of the second ; the dexter base vert, charged with a buck trippant or, on the sinister base per pale argent and sable, a boar passant counterchanged. Crtst On a ducal coronet or, a robin, in the beak a sprig of laurel proper. Seat Ravenhead, St. Helen's, Lancashire. Tcnvn Residence 16, Grosvenor Square, W. Clubs Turf, Bachelors'. Lamh foisdmeach au nachtar. What we gain by con. Daughter living-Maud. quest we secure by Sister living Mary Margaret: m. 1869, as his 2nd wife, Henry Currie, clemency. Esq., M.P., who d. 1873 [see ante]. Residence, 12, Chester Square, S.W.