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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 577 WILLIAMSON, Creation 1642, of East Markham, Nottinghamshire. ,S HEDWORTH WILLIAMSON, %ti Baronet; b. March 25th, 1827 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; s. his father, Sir HEDWORTH. M.P., 1861 ; was in Diplo. Ser. 1848-54; is a D.L., a J.P., and a County Alderman for Durham (High Sheriff 1877) ; formerly Capt. ist Durham Vol. Artillery ; sat as M.P. for N. Durham (Z) 1864-74 : m - I 863, Lady Elizabeth Jane Hay Liddell, da. of ist Earl of Ravensworth, and has issue. ^rms Or, a chevron gules between three trefoils slipped sable. Cnst Out of a mural crown gules, a demi-wy vern or. Seat Whitburn Hall, Sunderland. Clubs Brooks's, Fox, Marl- borough. Sons living HEDWORTH, 6. May 2 3 rd, 1867 ; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford. Clubs, Brooks's, Marlborough. Adolphus Hudleston, .ff.A'., b. 1869 ; became Lieut. 1891. Frederick Charles, b. 1872. Daughters living Beatrice Anne : m. 1887, Major Edward William Herbert, King's Roy. Rifle Corps [see E. Powis]. Horatia Dorothy. Brothers living William Henry, b. 1828 ; ed. at Rugby, and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 18 ). Victor Alexander, C.M.G., b. 1838 ; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. 1864); Bar. Inner Temple 1865 ; is a D.L. of co. Durham ; was a Roy. Commr. 1872-3 to enquire into treat- ment of Indian immigrants in Mauritius, and sometime a M.E.C. and M.L.C. of Fiji; C.M.G. 1882. Residence, 32, Lower Belgrave Street, S.W. Clubs, Travellers', Brooks's, Fox. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Robert Hudleston Williamson, Esq., 3rd son of 6th baronet, b. 1810, d. 1869 : m. 1843, Margaret Grace, da. of the late William Gordon, Esq., of Millrig, Ayrshire : Cecil Hedworth J. G. L. G., b. 1845 ; formerly Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards : m. 1886, Charlotte Campbell, da. of the late Alexander Robert Campbell-Johnston, Esq., of 84, St. George's Square, S.W. Clubs, Naval and Military, Junior Carlton. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Thomas Williamson, 3rd son of jth baronet : Issue of the late Henry William Williamson, Esq.. b. 18 , d. 1844 : m. 1829. Margaret, da. of Philip Augustus Browne, Esq. : Augustus Henry, b. 1831 ; formerly Capt. 3oth Regt. Club, Army and Navy. Ferdinand Hed- worth, b. 1835 ; formerly Lieut. 4th Foot ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Sussex. Club, Junior United Service. Louisa Mary Anne. Florence Isabella Augusta. Sir Thomas, the ist baronet, suffered greatly for his loyalty in the civil wars, and paid .3,400 to the sequestrators for his estate. Sir Hedworth, the 7th baronet was M.P. for the northern division of Durham (L) 1832-7, and High Sheriff of that county. Verite sans peur. Truth without feai. WILLOUGHBY, Creation 1794, of Baldon House, Oxfordshire. .Sir JOHN CHRISTOPHER WILLOUGHBY, 5th Baronet ; b. Feb. 2oth, 1859; s. his father, Sir JOHN POLLARD, M.P., 1866; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. ; is Capt. Royal Horse Guards, and employed under British S. Africa Co. ; served in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal with clasp, and bronze star), and in Nile expedition 1885 ; is a J.P. for Oxford- shire. jjpairon of fflnt ;ibinn Baldon Marsh R., Oxfordshire. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, sable, a cross engrailed or ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, a cross-moline argent, all within a bordure gobony, argent and gules. Crtst A Saracen's head couped proper, ducally crowned or. Seats Baldon House, Oxford ; Berwick Lodge, Gloucestershire ; Fulmer Hall, Gerard's Cross, Buckinghamshire. Clubs Marlborough. White's, Turf, Orleans, Hurlingham. Sisters living Alice Anna. Maria Gertrude. Half-Sister living Cicely Barr : m. 1860, Anthony Morris Storer, Esq., and has issue living, Leila Minna Gertrude. Residence, Purley Park, Reading. WidOW living Of 4th Baronet MARIA ELIZABETH (Lady Willoughby), da. of Thomas Hawkes, Esq., late M.P. for Dudley: m. 1854, as his 2nd wife, Sir John Pollard Willoughby, M.P., 4th baronet, who d. 1866. Residence, Fulmer Hall, Gerard's Cross, Bucks. This family is a junior branch of the Barons Willoughby d'Eresby, through John, 4th son of the 4th Baron. The 3rd baronet was successively M.P. for Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) and Evesham (LC) ; and the 4th baronet, M.P. for Leominster (C) 1857, was a distinguished member of the Bombay Government, and subsequently of the Indian Council at home; to him Western India is chiefly indebted for the suppression of the practices of infanticide and suttee. 37