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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. ^rms Quarterly : ist and ^.th, azure, on a cross argent, fimbriated or, five mullets gules, Verney; 2nd and 3rd, paly of six erminois and pean, a bend engrailed counterchanged, Culvert. Crtsta ist, a demi-phoenix in flames proper, charged with five mullets in cross or, and looking at the rays of the sun ; 2nd, out of a mural crown argent two spears erect, therefrom two pennons flowing towards the dexter, one erminois the other pean. $Kottots ofatr Crrsis ist, Verney "Ung sent, ungsoleil" (One religion, one SIIH) ; 2nd, Calvert " Servata fides cineri " ( The promise made to my ancestor has been kept). Seat Claydon House, Winslow, Buckinghamshire. Clubs Travellers', United Service. Sons living EDMUND HOPE, b. April 6th, 1838; ed. at Harrow; entered R.N. 1851, became Com. 1866, and Capt. 1877, retired 1884 ; served in Crimean war 1854-5 (medal with clasp, and Turkish medal), and in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp and specially mentioned in despatches) ; formerly Chm. of Quarter Sessions for Anglesey ; unsuccessfully contested Great Marlow (L) 1868, the Anglesey Boroughs 1874, and Portsmouth 1880; sat as M.P. for N., or Buckingham, Div. of Buckinghamshire (L) 1885-6 (when he was defeated), and (LG) 1889-91 : m. 1868, Margaret Maria, da. of Sir John Hay Williams, 2nd baronet, and has issue living, Harry Calvert Williams, b. 1881, Ellin, Lettice Sarah, Ruth Florence. Residence, Rhianva, Anglesey. George Hope LLOYD-VERNEY, b. 1842; formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade ; is Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. 3rd Batn. Hampshire Regt., and a J.P. for cos. Middlesex, London, Montgomery, and Radnor ; assumed in 1888 by royal license the additional surname of Lloyd : m. 1866, Harriett Julia Morforwyn, da. of the late Maj.-Gen. Charles Thomas Edward Hinde (Bengal Army), and has issue living, James Hope, b, 1869 ; is Lieut. 3rd Batn. Hampshire Regt., Harry Lloyd, b. 1872, Edward Vortigern, b. 1874, Morforwyn Mary Levison. Residences, Clochfaen, Llamdloes, Wales ; Carriden House, Boness, N.B. ; Hinde House, Hinde Street, W. Club, Junior United Service. Frederick William, b. 1846; Bar. Inner Temple 1875; formerly Lieut. Bucks Yeo. Cav. ; is a J.P. and a County Councillor for Bucks (Wolverton Div.), and Sec. of Legation to the Mission of H.M. the King of Siam ; unsuccessfully contested S.W., or Tunbridge, Div. of Kent (L) 1885, and Bath 1886 : m. 1870, Maude Sarah, da. of Sir John Hay Williams, 2nd baronet, and has issue living, Ralph, b. 1879, Gwendolen, Kathleen. Residence, 6, Onslow Gardens, S.W. Clubs, Travellers', Brooks's. The ist baronet, Gen. Sir Harry Calvert, G.C.B., G.C.H., was Adjutant-General of the Forces for twenty-one years, and in 1820 became Lieut. -Governor of Chelsea Hospital. VERNON, Creation 1885, of Hanbury Hall, co. Worcester. Sir HARRY FOLEY VERNON, ist Baronet, son of the late Thomas Taylor Vernon, Esq., of Hanbury Hall, Droitwich ; b. April nth, 1834; ed. at Harrow, and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1858, M.A. 1860); formerly Col. 2nd Vol. Batn. Worcestershire Regt. ; is a J.P., a D.L., and a County Alderman for Worcestershire (High Sheriff 1873), and Hon. Major Worcestershire Hussars; sat as M.P. for Worcestershire E. (Z) 1861-8 : m. 1861, Lady Georgina Sophia Baillie-Hamilton, da. of loth Earl of Haddington, and has issue. Patron of 2ttoo |Cibings Hanbury R., Shrawley R., Worcestershire, ^rms Or, on a fesse azure three garbs of the first ; in chief a cross Ver non semper viret. crosslet fitchee gules. Crest A demi woman proper, habited in purple and Stirin? ioes not al-vuavs &^< hair or, wreathed about the temples with wheat, and holding in her a 1 arms a garb, also or. Seat Hanbury Hall, Droitwich. Club Oxford and Cambridge. Sons living BOWATER GEORGE HAMILTON, b. Sept. jath, 1865. Club, Wellington. Hubert Edward, b. 1867 ; is Lieut. 4th Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own). Club, Wellington. Daughter living Auda Lstitia. VINCENT, Creation 1620, of Stoke d'Abernon, Surrey. Rev. Sir WILLIAM VINCENT, i2th Baronet ; b. Sept. 2oth, 1834; s. his father, the Rev. .Sir FREDERICK, 1883; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858) ; was R. of Post- wick 1864-87; is a J.P. for Norfolk, Herefordshire, and Surrey, and a County Councillor for Surrey, Leatherhead Div. : m. ist, 1860, Lady Margaret Erskine, who d. 1872, da. of 1 2th Earl of Buchan ; 2ndly, 1882, Hester Clara, da. of the Rev. Edward Burdett Hawkshaw [Hoskyns, Bart.], R. of Weston-under- Pen- yard, Ross, and widow of Maj.-Gen. William Henry Stubbs, of Eshton and Arncliffe, York, and has issue. gVrms A2ure, three quatrefoils argent. Crtgt Out of a ducal coronet proper a bear's head proper, jitrono jKotto " Vincenti dabitur " (It shall Virtute non viribus be given to the conqueror). vincent. Residence D'Abernon Chase, Ashtead, Surrey. Club Wellington. They sluill conquer by valor, not by strength. g on living -By 1st marriage FRANCIS ERSKINE, b. May 2 4 th, 1869 ; ed. at Eton, and at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; formerly Lieut, ist Life Guards.