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54 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Menteth, who d. 1887 [see Stuart-Menteth, Bart., colls.]. Residence, Ruskie, Milverton, Leaming- ton. Sophia : /. 1830, Charles Thorold, Esq., who d. 1868 [see ante]. Ellen : in. 1843, the Rev. Alexander Paton, and has issue living, Alexander George Brown, b. 1848, Rev. John Duguid, b. 1857; ed. at St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford (B. A. 1877); is Chaplain of Roy. Infirmary, S. Hants, and V. of S. Stoneham, Hants, Agnes Glenalmond : in. 1877, A. E. Coleman, Esq., of Montreal, Alice Marguerite. Residence, Grandchildren of the late Rev. Michael Thorold, son of the late Samuel Thorold, Esq., 3rd son of 8th baronet : Issue of the late Michael Wynne Thorold, Esq., b. 1803, d. 1872 : m. 1828, Eliza, who*/. 1876 da. of the Rev. Richard Morton, V. of E. Retford : Michael Richard, b. 1830: m. 1853, Anne, da. of Edward Gillbee, Esq., of Western Bank, Sheffield and has with other issue living, Ethel Anne Louisa : m. 1891, the Rev. Harold James Blathwayt, of Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield. Residence, Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire. Edmund, b. 1832 ; ed. at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1856, M.A. 18 = 8, and sometime Fellow) : m. 1859, Louisa, who d. 1876, da. of the late Edward Gillbee, Esq., of Western Bank, Sheffield. Residence, 15, Great Stanhope Street, Bath. Rev. William, b. 1833 ; ed. at St. Bees' Coll. ; formerly V. of Middleton, Yorks : m. 1862, Fanny, da. of George Nelson, Esq., of Leeds. Residence, Scarborough. Eliza Mary. Residence, Bridlington Quay. Grandchildren of the late Samuel Thorold, Esq., brother of the late Rev. Michael Thorold (ante) : Issue of the late Charles Thorold, Esq., b. 1821, d. 1891 : m. 1845, Mary Bettina Georgina (now of Welham, E. Retford), da. of the late John Kirke, Esq., of Markham, Notts : Charles Edmund de More, b. 1848 ; ed. at Emmanuel Coll., Camb. (M.A. 1878). William Henry Fanshawe, b. 1859. Octavius Reginald, b. 1 864. Agnes Selioke : m. 1875, William Craven Rockliffe, Esq., M.D. Residence, 9, Charlotte Street, Hull. Gertrude Stuart: m. 1880, Henry Walter Oliphant Collingwood, Esq. Residence, Clayworth Hall, Bawtry. Issue of the late Rev. Charles Thorold, brother of the late Samuel Thorold, Esq. (ante), b. 1787, d. 1820 : ;. 1814, Jane Phillis, who d. 1850, da. of John Gylby, Esq., of Moorgate, Clareborough, Notts : Susanna : in. 1856, John Cutts, Esq., who d. 1875. of White Hall, near East Retford. Residence, The family of Thorold is of great antiquity in Lincolnshire, its ancestors having been Sheriffs thereof previous to the Conquest. A Theroldus de Buckenhuld, Sheriff of Lincoln in 1052, during his shrievalty, gave his manor of Spalding for a cell in the Abbey of Crowland. Sir William, the ist baronet, was knighted by James I. when but sixteen years old ; he suffered greatly for his loyalty to Charles I., and paid to the sequestrators of his estate the sum of .4,460. The 4th and gth baronets each repre- sented Lincolnshire in Parliament. THROCKMORTON, Creation 1642, of Coughton, Warwickshire. Sir NICHOLAS WILLIAM GEORGE THROCKMORTON, 9th Baronet ; b. April 25th, 1838 ; s. his father, Sir ROBERT GEORGE, 1862 ; ed. at Downside Coll. ; is a D.L. and a T.P. for cos. Berks (High Sheriff 1872), Worcester, and Warwick ; formerly Capt. Worcestershire Yeo. Cav. patron at Sbrtt ^itrings (but, being a Roman Catholic, cannot present) Coughton V., Warwickshire; Weston-Underwood V., Buckinghamshire; Knowstone with Molland V., Devon. ^rins Gules, on a chevron argent three bars gemelles sable. Crest A falcon rising proper, armed with bells jessant or. ^tronft gftotto " Moribus antiquis " (IVith ancient manners). Seats Coughton Court, Redditch, Warwickshire ; Buckland, Faringdon, Berkshire ; Weston-Underwood, Buckinghamshire. Clubs Carlton, Turf, Travellers', St. James's. Brothers living RICHARD CHARLES ACTON, b. April 26th, 1839 ; formerly Capt. 87th Foot; served in India 1858-9, and in China 1860: ni. 1866, Frances Stewart, da. of the late Major John Arthur Moore, C.I.E., and has issue living, Richard Courtenay Brabazon, b. 1866 ; is Lieut. 2nd Batn. Roy. Welsh Fusiliers, Basil, b. 1870, Herbert, b. 1872, Geoffrey Berkeley William, b. 1883, Brenda Mary Stourton, Irene Gertrude, - Angela Elizabeth. Residence, Tullyallan, Ascot. John Philip Howard, b. 1840. Sisters living Mary Elizabeth ; formerly a Lady-in-Waitir.g to Empress of Austria. Emily : in. 1863, Col. Gerald Richard Dease, and has issue living, William Gerald, b. 1867, Arthur Joseph b. 1871, Eveline Mary. Residence, The Abbey, Celbridge, co. Kildare. Elizabeth Laura Caroline (Hon. Mrs. Albert Stourton): m. 1866, the Hon. Albert Joseph Stourton, son of iSth Baron Stourton [see B. Mowbray and Stourton]. Residence, This baronet is descended, according to Duedale, from John de Throckmorl on, lord of the manor of Throckmorton temp. Henry I. From him was descended Sir John Throckmorton, Knt., Under- Treasurer of England in the reign of Henry VI. The ist baronet, Sir Robert 1 hrockmorton, had his estates sequestered in the civil wars, and his house at Coughton was plundered and used as a garrison by the Parliamentary forces. The 6th baronet, who assumed the name of Ccurtenay in lieu of his patronymic, died without issue. Virtus sola nobilitas. Virtue is the oitiy nobility.