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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 557 ostrich supporting the colors of the soth Regt., thereon an escroll gules inscribed with the word " Vimiera " in letters of gold. Seat Castleton, near Cardiff. Club Constitutional. Sons Uving GEORGE FERDINAND, b. July 7th, 1855; is Capt. 2nd Batn. Roy. Welsh Fusiliers. Club, Naval and Military. Radzivill Frederick, b. 1856. ClarenceJFrancis, b. 1857 : m. 1891, Blanche, da. of G. T. Clark, Esq., of Taly Garn. Ivor Augustus, b. 1860: in. 1891, Georgiana, da. of the late John Osborne, Esq., Q.C. Devereux Philip, b. 1864 ; is Lieut, ist Batn. Queen's Own (Roy. W. Kent Regt.). Leolin Charles, b. 1866. Roland Stuart, b. 1871. Charles Evelyn, b. 1875. Brother living George Edmond Lushington, b. 1828 ; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich ; entered R.E. 1846, became Major 1870, Lieut.-Col. 1872, Col. 1877, and Maj.-Gen. 1886: in. 1852, Camilla Georgina, who d. 1876, da. of Maj.-Gen. Calder, R. E., and has issue living, Edmond Somerville Forestier, b. 1860; is Capt. R.A. : m. 1887, Ellen Mary Camilla, da. of the late Major F. A. Fenton, M.S.C., and has issue living, Edmond Alec^. 1888, George Townshend Forestier, b. 1866 ; is Lieut. R.H.A. : m. 1892, Lady Mary Maud Diana Liddell, da. of 2nd Earl of Ravensworth, Claude Edward Forestier, b. 1868; is Lieut. R.A., F.va Catharine Forestier: in. 1887, Capt. Courtenay Bourchier Vyvyan [see Vyvyan, Bart.], Ada Constance Forestier, Camilla Sophia Forestier, Vera Helen Forestier. Residence, The Warren, Old Charlton, Kent. Sisters living Adelaide Helen Louisa. Anna Matilda Catherine : m. ist, 1851, Major Henry Paget, who d. 1853 ; 2ndly, 1880, Maj.-Gen. William Drummond Scrase-Dickins (h.p.). Residence, Collingwood, Hawkhurst, Kent. The ist baronet, Gen. Sir George Townshend, G.C.B., K.C.T.S., was a distinguished Peninsular officer, and sometime Com.-in-Ch. at Fort St. George, E. Indies, and Lieut. -Gov. of Chelsea Hospital. WALKER, Creation 1856, of Oakley House, Suffolk. Sir BALDWIN WAKE WALKER, and Baronet ; b. Sept. 24th, 1846; 5. his father, Adm. Sir BALDWIN WAKE, K.C.B., 1876; entered R.N. 1859, and became Capt. 1886 ; is a Pacha of the Ottoman Empire ; served in Egyptian war 1882 (medal and bronze star) : m. 1877, Fanny Augusta, da. of the late Capt. Cowper Coles, R.N., C.B., and has issue. ^rma Gules, on a chevron between three cross-crosslets argent, an anchor sable ; on a chief of the second, three stags' heads cabossed proper, a canton azure, thereon a representation of the diamond decoration of a Pasha of the Ottoman Empire, conferred on the late Sir Baldwin by the Sultan for his services in Syria. Cnst Out of a naval crown azure, a stag's head proper, gorged with an eastern crown or. Residence The Depperhaugh, Hoxne, Scole. Club Wellington. Ready and faithful. Daughter living. Irene Catherine Wake, b. 1889. Brothers living--FRANCIS ELLIOTT, b. March gth, 1851 ; is a retired Lieut. R.N. : m. 1883, Helen Constance, da. of the late Rev. Archibald Paris, and has issue living, Baldwin Charles, b. 1884, Helen Marjorie. Residence, Escrick, York. - Frederic George Arthur, b, 1857: m. 1883, Mary Eleanor, da. of the late v illiam Forster, Esq., Bar.-at-law, and has issue living, Charles Sinclair Wake, b. 18^4, William Krederic Wake, b. 1888, Marjorie Ella Wake, Freda Evelyn Wake, Joan Marv Wake. Residence, Sisters living Mary Anne: m. 1854, Frederick Bacon Frank, Esq. Residences, Campsall Hall, Doncaster ; Earlham Hall, Norwich. - Emily : . 1870, the Rev. Francis William Peel, R. of Burghwallis, and h^s issue living, Charles Steers, b. 1872, Erica, b. 1874, Baldwin Walker, b. 1877, Hugh Sinclair, b. 1878. . Residence, Burghwallis Rectory, near Doncaster. - Florence Charlotte :

. 1875, the Rev. Charles Robertson Manning, R. of Diss, and has issue living, Mary Florence,

Dorothy Catharine, Muriel Sinclair, Sybil Robertson. Residence, Diss Rectory, Norfolk. The ist baronet, Adm. Sir Baldwin Wake, K.C.B., was Comptroller of the Navy 1847-60. He served many years in the Turkish service, and was made a Pacha for his services on the coast of Syria. WALKER, Creation 1868, of Sand Hutton, co. York, and of Beachampton, Bucks. .Sir JAMES ROBERT WALKER, 2nd Baronet ; b. Oct. I9th, 1829 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES, 1883 ; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1851, M.A. 1860) ; sat as M.P. for Beverley (C) 1859-65 ; was High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1888 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for N. Riding, and a J.P. for E. Riding of York : m. 1863, Louisa Susan Marlborough Heron, 3rd da. of Sir J. Heron-Max- well, 6th baronet, and has issue. jpatron of bm ^Eibings Lockington R., North Dalton V., Sand Hutton V., Yorkshire. $rms Argent, on a chevron gules, between three crescents azure, as many annulets, or. Crest Out of a battlement argent, a dexter arm embowed in armour azure, on the hand proper, a lizard vert. Seat Sand Hutton, York. Town Residence 41, Belgrave Square, S.W. Clubs Carlton, Conservative, Wellington, Yorkshire. Honesta quam magna. Htrw great is honesty. Sons living JAMES HERON, b. 1865; ed. at Eton; is Lieut. 3rd Batn. Hampshire Regt. : m. 1889, Violet Maud Cecil, da. of Maj.-Gen. Ceci Robert St. John Ives