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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 54i THURSBY, Creation 1887, of Ormerod House, Burnley, co. Lancaster, and of Holmhurst, Christchurch, co. Southampton. Sir JOHN HARDY THURSBY, ist Baronet, el. son of the late Rev. W. Thursby, of Ormerod House, Lancashire ; b. Aug. 3ist, 1826 ; is a J.P. for Lancashire (High Sheriff 1887), a D. L. for co. Palatine of Lancaster, and Hon. Col. 3rd Batn. E. Lancashire Regt. : m. ist, 1860, Clara, who </. 1867, da. of Col. Williams, R. E. ; 2ndly, 1868, Louisa Harriet, da. of Col. Smyth, of Heath Hall, Yorkshire, and has issue. <3,rms Argent, a chevron between three lions rampant sable. Crtst A lion rampant sable, holding a battle-axe erect or. Seati Ormerod House, Burnley ; Holmhurst, Christchurch, Hants. Town Residence 37, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. ^ ^. I In silentio tortitudo. Silently brave. living, Clara, 6. 1881 George James, 6. 186 Sons living By 1st marriage JOHN ORMEROD SCARLETT, b. April 27th, 1861 ; ed. at Eton, and at Camb. Univ. ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1891 ; is a J.P. for Lancashire : m. 1888, Ella Beatrice, da. of Thomas Richard Crosse, Esq. [see E. Castle-Stuart], and has issue . Residence, Bank Hall, Burnley. Club, Carlton. By 2nd marriage >; ed. at Radley. Daughters living By 1st marriage Violet, b. 1866 : m. 1889, Willoughby Aston Littledale, Esq. [see Armytage, Bart.]. Residence, 23, Rosary Gardens, S.W. By 2nd marriage Mary Eleanor, b. 1871. DOUGHTY-TICHBORNE, Creation 1620, of Tichborne, Hampshire. Sir HENRY ALFRED JOSEPH DOUGHTY- TICHBORNE, I2th Baronet ; b. May 28th, 1866; s. at his birth his father, Sir ALFRED JOSEPH, 1866 ; is a D.L. for co. Southampton : m. 1887, Mary Gwendoline, da. of Edward Henry Petre, Esq. [see B. Petre, colls.], and has issue. Jkrms Quarterly : ist and 4th, vair, a chief or, Tichborne ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, two bars between three mullets of six points sable, pierced or, a canton azure. Doughty, ffirtsts ist, on a cap of maintenance a pair of wings erect, charged with the arms of Tichborne ; 2nd, a hind's head couped proper, between a pair of wings gules ; 3rd, a cubit arm erect, vested per pale crenelle or and argent, thereon a Maltese cross gules, cuffed of the first, holding in the hand proper a mullet, as in the arms. Swpporttrs Two lions guardant gules. Fight for your country. Seats Tichborne Park, Alresford, Hampshire : Upton House, Dorsetshire. Son living JOSEPH HENRY BERNARD, b. Jan. i8th, 1890. Daughter living Of 9th Baronet-^ (Catherine (Lady Raddife) : m. 1854, Sir Joseph Perceval Pickford Radcliffe, 3rd baronet. Residences, Rudding Park, Knaresborough ; Rovton Hall, Oldham. Daughter living Of 8th Baronet Lucy : m. 1840, John Towneley, Esq., who d. 1878, and has issue living, Theresa Harriet, Lucy Evelyn, Mary Elizabeth, Mabel Anne. Residences, Towneley Hall, near Burnley ; 15, Upper Grosvenor Street, W. WidOW living Of llth Baronet TERESA MARY (Hon. Teresa Wickham), da. of nth Baron Arundell : m. ist, 1861, Sir Alfred Joseph Doughty-Tichborne. nth baronet, whorf. 1866 ; 2ndly, 1873, Capt. Henry L. Wickham (formerly of Rifle Brigade). Residence, Wootton Hall, Henley-in Arden. The family of Tichborne, which was of great importance in Hampshire before the Conquest, derives its name from the river Itchen, at the head of which it had estates ; hence it was called De Itchenborne, since corrupted into Tichborne. Sir John de Tichborne, Knt., Sheriff of Southampton, on hearing of the death of Queen Elizabeth, immediately repaired to Winchester, and there proclaimed King James VI. (of Scotland) as King of England. In 1621 he was created a baronet, the honor of knight- hood having been previously conferred upon three of his sons, while his fourth son, Henry, was subsequently knighted. Sir Henry, the 3rd baronet, hazarded his life in defence of Charles I. in several enterprises, and his estates were sequestered by the Parliamentarians. After the Restoration he was successively Lieut, of the New Forest and Lieut, of Ordnance. The gth baronet assumed the additional surname of Doughty. In 1869 the title and estates of the i2th baronet were claimed by a person who asserted himself to be Roger, eldest son of Sir James, loth baronet. The family, believing that Roger had been lost at sea, refused to acknowledge the claimant, who thereupon became plaintiff in the celebrated cause of Tichborne . Lushin^ton. After a trial, in i872 ; which lasted several months, the claimant elected to be nonsuited, and the presiding judge committed him to prison for perjury. For this offence he was indicted : and at the memorable trial at bar, which lasted from May 1873 till Feb. 1874, he was found to be Arthur Orton, and not Roger Tichborne, and sentenced to fourteen years' penal servitude. TIERNEY, Creation 1834. [Extinct I860.] Sir MATTHEW EDWARD TIERNEY, 3rd and last Baronet. WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet MARY (Lady Tierney), da. of Farrer Grove Spurgeon Fairer, Esq. : ;. 1855, Sir Matthew Edward Tierney, 3rd baronet, who d. 1860. Residence, 20, Chapel Street, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Townsend-Farquhar, see Farquhar.