5 28 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. for Lindsey Div. of Lincolnshire ; has assumed the additional and principal surname of Nelthorpe : nt. 1885, the Hon. Dulcibella Eden, da. of 4th Baron Auckland, and has issue living, Christopher, b. 1890, Oliver, b. 1888, a son, b. 1892, Ursula, b. 1886. Residence, Scawby Hall, Brigg. Club, Arthur's. Henry John, b. 1851 ; formerly Lieut. Princess Victoria's (Roy. Irish) Fusiliers. - Francis Richard, b. 1853: in. 1881, Edith Louisa, da. of Arthur Pryor, Esq., of Hylands, Essex, and has issue living, Richard Coningsby, b. 1882, Francis Arthur, b. 1884, Olinda Emily, />. 1885, Sylvia Katherine. b. 1887. - Hugh Nelthorpe, b. 1857. - Mary Georgiana : in. 1876, Coningsby Charles Sibthorp, Esq. Residence, Canwick Hall, Lincoln. - Evelyn Charlotte : tit. 1884. Major Paul Swinburne [see Swinburne, Bart ]. Residence, Capheaton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Mabel Albinia : m. 1876, Montagu Richard Waldo-Sibthorp, Esq., and has issue living, Janetta, l 1878, Esther Mary, b. 1879, Evelyn Elizabeth, b. 1882. Residence, Canwick House, Lincoln. - Janetta Nina : in. 1886, the Rev. Geoffrey Barrington Simeon [see Simeon, Bart.]. Residence, Dunster Rectory, Somerset. Issue of the late Capt. Robert Nassau Sutton, 3rd son of ist baronet, b. 1776, d. 1833: nt. 1812, Mary Georgiana, who d. 1846, da. of John Manners-Sutton. Esq., of Kelham, Notts : Frederick, b. 1817 ; formerly Capt. nth Hussars: fit. ist, 1841, Eliza, who d. 1844, da. of the late Rev. W. M. Jones, V. of Ospringe ; 2ndly, 1847, Georgina, da. of the late Ven. James Croft, and has issue living (by ist marriage), Ruth Isabella : m. 1866, Col. Frederick Lockwooci Edridge, e), Algernon Charles, b. and has issue living, a da Constance Stanley, da. of the late T. Verney Lovett Lace, Esq., of Christleton Old Hall, Chester, , . , . , (by and marriage), Algernon Charles, b. 1852 : ;. 1886, Winifred Alice, da. of William Edwin Cotton Fell, Esq., and has issue living, a da. b. 1892, Herbert Arthur, b. 1853 : "* 1892. Josephine Rev. Charles Nassau, b. 1859 ; is R. of Withyham, Sussex : tn. 1883, Edith Mary, da. of Lieut.- Col. Cafe, and has issue living, Charles Lexington Manners b. 1891, Amy Georgiana : m. 1875, Francis Hay Chapman, Esq., a retired Com. R.N. [see E. Kinnoull, colls.], Eva Pulteney : in. 1881, Capt. John Warre Sill, R.E., and has issue living, a son b. 1887. Club, Army and Navy. Anna Maria : ;. 1853, Joost Peter, Baron van Aerssen Beyeren van Voshol, of the Netherlands, who d. 1857. Residence, The ist baronet, M.P., was an Under Secretary of State 1766-72. SWALE, Creation 1660, of Swale Hall, and South Stainly, co. York. Sir JAMES SWALE, loth Baronet ; b. 1818; s. his brother, Sir BENJAMIN : m. 1855, Sarah, da. of Samuel Bishop, Esq., of Sheffield, and has issue. ^nns Azure, a bend nebuly argent. Crtsi A passion cross argent. Residence Rudfarlington, near Knaresborough. Jesu este mihi Jesus. SOUS living JAMES BISHOP, b. 1867. William Henry, b. 1872. Daughters living Annie Helen Frances Elizabeth. Mary Hilda. Brother living Bernard, b. 1827 : m. 1860, Alice, da. of Ralph Swift, Esq. Residence, Ormskirk. Daughters living Of 8th Baronet Ada Elizabeth. Sarah Frances. Charlotte. Clair Veronica. The ist baronet, M.P. for Aldburgh, proposed the restoration of King Charles II. in the House of Commons May i7th, 1660. The 4th baronet became involved in suits in the Exchequer touching lead mines in Swaledale, At I C3U CSLC 1111111 I C3U.>. ., r i . t . , i . 11 ,. j . J all of which were decided against him, and he died in poverty 1733. Jesus be to me a Saviour, his decease the direct line became extinct, and the title descended to Willi; Swale, Esq., ot Rudfarlington, great-grandson of the ist baronet. The pecuniary resources of this gentleman, 5th baronet de jure, not being sufficient to support the dignity, he did not assume the baronetcy, and for the same reason his son, the 6th baronet de jure, did not assume it, and the title remained dormant until it was resumed in 1877 by the eldest son of the last-mentioned gentleman. SWINBURNE, Creation 1660, of Capheaton, Northumberland. Sir JOHN SWINBURNE, yth Baronet ; b. 1831 ; s. his grandfather, Sir JOHN EDWARD, 1860 ; is a retired Capt. R.N., and a J.P. for Northumberland (High Sheriff 1866); served in Burmese war 1852, and in Baltic 1854 ; unsuccessfully contested Lichfield in April and in July 1880 ; sat as M.P. for Lichfield Div. of Staffordshire (LG) Nov. 1885 to June 1892, when he was defeated : m. 1863, Emily Elizabeth, who*/. 1881, da. of the late Rear-Adm. Henry Broadhead, and has issue. ^rms Per fesse gules and argent, three cinquefoils counterchanged. Crest Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-boar rampant argent crined of the first, langued gules. Seats Capheaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Mounces and Edlingham, Northumberland. Clubs Travellers', Army and Navy, Brooks's, United Service, Athenaeum, National Liberal. Semel et semper. Once and always. Sons living HUBERT, b. Jan. 2 4 th, 1867. Umfreville Percy, b. 1868. Robert, b. 1871. Daughters living Marguerite. Rahmeh Theodora: nt. 1887, Richard Chamberlain, Esq., M.P. ^Residences, 39, Cadogan Square, S.W.
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