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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 565 Hardolph Wasteneys was created a Baronet by James I. in 1622, and the fourth incumbent of the title was Sir HARDOLPH, great grandson of the ist baronet. This title (presumed to have become extinct) is assumed by William Wasteneys (ante), son of William Purslove Wasteneys, who was grandson of Simon Wasteneys of Edlington, Yorkshire, cousin of 4th baronet (see Adv. in Times, Aug. 4th, 1887). WATERLOW, Creation 1873, of London. Sir SYDNEY HEDLEY WATERLOW, K.B., ist Baronet, fourth son of the late James Waterlow, Esq., of Huntington Lodge, Surrey; b. Nov. ist, 1822; eel. at St. Saviour's Gram. Sen., Southwark ; was an Alderman of London 1863-83, Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1866-7, Lord Mayor of London 1872-3, and Gov. of the Hon. the Irish So. 1873-83 ; sat as M. P. for Dumfriesshire (L) 1868-9, when he was unseated, for Maidstone 1874-80, and for Gravesend 1880-5 > unsuccess- fully contested Dumfriesshire 1869, Southwark 1870, Maidstone 1880, and Mid., or Medway, Div. of Kent 1885; is a D.L. for City of London, a J.P. for Kent, and Londonderry, Dep.- Chm. of London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, one of H.M.'s Commrs. for Exhibition of 185 1, Managing Director of Waterlow and Sons (Limited), a Director of Union Bank of London, a Vice-Pres. of City and Guilds of London Institute, and Chm. of Income Tax Commn. for City of London, and of Improved Industrial Dwellings Co., Limited; has the orders of the Medjidie, the Lion and Sun of Persia, the Crown of Italy, and the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor: m. 1st, 1845, Anna Maria, who d. 1880, da. of the late William Hickson, Esq., of Fairseat, Wrotham ; 2ndly, 1882, Margaret, da. of the late William Hamilton, Esq., of Napa, California, and has issue by 1st marriage. 3ras Azure, a demi-eagle displayed, erased or, in the beak a cross-crosslet fitchee argent ; on a chief of the last three wolves' heads erased sable. Crtst Upon a mount vert an oak tree, in front thereof a plough both proper. Seats Trosley Towers, Wrotham, Sevenoaks ; Aberlour, Cannes, France. Town Residence 29, Chesham Place, S.W. Clubs Reform, City Liberal, Hurlingham. Labor omnia vincet. Labor conquers every- thing. Sons living PHILIP HICKSON, b. Oct. soth, 1847; ed. at Mansion School, Leatherhead; is Chm. 01" Waterlow and Sons (Limited), a Director of the Employer's Liability Assurance Corporation, of the Caima Timber Estate and Wood-pulp Co. (Limited), and of the S. American and Mexican Co. (Limited), a D.L. for London, and a Commr. for Land Tax: >n. 1869, Amy Grace, da. of the late Edgar Lutwyche, Esq., of Streatham, and has issue living, Edgar Lutwyche, b. 1870, Kenneth Lutwyche, b. 1883, Emily Lutwyche, Grace Eveline Lutwyche, Irene Lutwyche, Gladys Maud Lutwyche. Residences, Holmleigh, Hall Road, Hamilton Terrace, N.W. ; Holm- leigh, Datchet, Bucks. Clubs, Devonshire, Beaufort. George Sydney, b. 1852; is a J.P. for Middlesex, a D.L. for City of London, and a Director of Waterlow and Sons (Limited) : in. 1876, Chaddie, da. of H. H. Beauchamp, Esq., formerly of Belsize Avenue, Hampstead, and has issue living, Sydney Philip, b. 1878, John Beauchamp, b. 1880, Guy Walleron, b. 1884, Cecil Beau- champ, b. 1887, Margery. Residences, Sudbury House, Harrow; Villa Beauchamp, Biarritz, France. Clubs, Junior Carlton, Beaufort. Charles Hickson, b. 1854 ; is a Director of Water- low anl Sons (Limited), and Level Commr. for New Romney, Kent : m. 1881, Frances Anne (Fanny), grandda. of the late Thomas Latimer, Esq., J.P., of Exeter. Residence, Strathray House, Eton Avenue, N.W. Club, Beaufort. David Sydney, b. 1857; is a Director of Waterlow and Sons (Limited), and of the Improved Industrial Dwellings Co. (Limited) : ;. 1883, Edith Emma, da. of Frederick Maitland, Esq., of 18, Primrose Hill Road, N.W., and has issue living, Clive Maitland, b. 1885, Mervyn Maitland, b. 1887, Margaret Maitland, b. 1889. Residence, The r l horns, Northwood, Rickmansworth, Herts. Club, National Liberal. Paul Langbourne, b. 1863 : i. 1892, Kathleen, da. of T. B. Holmes, Esq., of Hull, and Elim Lodge, Hornsea, E. Yorks. Residence, Daughters living Ruth: m. 1873, Francis Wilkes Homan, Esq., who d. 1880. -Hilda Maria : m. 1886, Alfred Bernard Ford, Esq. Celia Agnes. Brother living Charles William, b. 1817 : m. 1842, Louisa Mary, da. of John Masters, Esq. Sisters living Mary Valentine : ;. 1848, William Stones, Esq., of Blackheath. Ellen Celia : m. 1842, George Hickson, Esq. Residence, 16, Elsworthy Road, Primrose Hill, N.W. Emily Kate: in. 1854, Philip Stephen King, E Residence, 56, Tisbury Road West Brighton.