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578 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. WTLLSHIRE, Creation 1840. Sir ARTHUR REGINALD THOMAS WILL- SHIRE, 2nd Barouet ; b. Nov. 23rd, 1850; s. his father, Gen. Sir THOMAS, G.C.B., 1862; ed. at Wellington Coll.; formerly Capt. and Lieut. -Col. 2nd Batn. Scots Guards ; served in Egyptian cam- paign 1882 (medal with clasp and bronze star) : m. 1891, Frederica Florence Emily, da. of Sir Sanford Freeling, K.C.M.G., and has issue. Xrm3 Per chevron azure and argent : in chief six crosses patee, four and two, or ; and in base on a mount vert, a bay horse caparisoned, thereon mounted a Beloochee soldier habited and armed, brandishing a sword, all proper ; a chief of the second, thereon a representation of the fortress of Khelat proper; a canton gules charged with the star of the order of Dooranee kingdom. Crrst A Caffre holding in the dexter hand an assagai (spear) in bend sinister point downwards, and in the sinister three assagais points upwards all proper. $npporttrs On the dexter, a soldier of the 38th Regiment ; and on the sinister, a soldier of the and Regiment, both habited and armed, and each holding in. his exterior hand a musket, all proper. Club Guards'. Son living- GERARD ARTHUR MAXWELL, b. Aug. i2th, 1892. Brother living Ernest Maxwell, b. 1856 ; ed. at Eton ; is Capt. 2nd Batn. Black Watch (Roy. Highlanders): m. 1882, Lilyan Gertrude, da. of Maj.-Gen. James Davidson, and has issue .living, Gladys Lilian. Sister living Alice Mary: m. 1881, the Rev. James Williams Adams, V.C., R. of Postwick, Norwich, and has issue living, Edith Juliet Mary. Residence, Postwick Rectory, Norwich. WldOW living Of 1st Baronet ANNETTE LETITIA (Lady Wiltshire), da. of Capt. Berkeley Maxwell, R.N. : m. 1848, Gen. Sir Thomas Willshire, G.C.B., ist baronet, whorf. 1862. Residence, Denham Lodge, Uxbridge. Gen. Sir Thomas, G.C.B., ist baronet, Col. of the 5151 Regiment, distinguished himself in Afghanistan , at the siege of Ghuznee, and at the capture of Khelat ; he also served in the Peninsular war, in the Kaffir war, and in the Walcheren expedition. WILMOT, Creation 1759, of Chaddesden, Derbyshire. Sir HENRY WILMOT, C.., V.C., 5th Baronet- b. Feb. 3rd, 1831 ; s. his father, Sir HENRY SACHEVEREL,. 1872; ed. at Rugby; formerly Major Rifle Brigade: served in Indian Mutiny (V.C. and medal with clasp); was Dep. Judge-Advocate to Oude Field Force 1857-8, and Judge- Advocate Gen. to Chinese expedition. 1 860-61 (medal with two clasps) ; is Hon. Col. ist Vol. Batn. Sherwood Foresters (Derby- shire Regt), Col. Comdg. N. Midland Infantry Vol. Brig., and a J.P. and a County Alderman (Vice-Chm.) of Derbyshire; sat as M.P. for Derbyshire S. (C) 1869-85 : m. 1862, Charlotte Cecilia, who d. 1891, da. of the late Rev. Frederick Henry Pare. igatron of nt Jibing Chaddesden V., Derbyshire. <^rms Sable, on a fesse or, between three eagles' heads couped argent as many escallops gules, anton vaire ermine and gules, drtst An eagle's head couped argent gorged with a mural coronet sable, in the beak an escallop gules. Scat Chaddesden Hall, Derby. CJubs Carlton, Arthur's. Town Residence 20, Montagu Street, Portman Square, W. Sisters living; Maria : m. 1854, James'^William Mitchell, Esq. Constance Harriet. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Rev. Arthur Alfred Wilmot, 4th son of 4th baronet, b. 1845, d. 1876 I

/. 1872, Harriet Cecilia, da. of the Rev. Alleyne Fitzherbert [see Fitzherbert,

Bart., colls.] : RALPH HENRY SACHEVEREL, b. June 8th, 1875. Issue of the late Capt. John GRIMSTON, 3rd son of 3rd baronet, b. 1807, d. 1879 : "' 1835, Jane, da. of Thomas Bewes, Esq., M.P. : John Robert, b. 1836; formerly Capt. 2^th Regt. : m. 1863, Lucy Anne, da. of the late RobertBazley. Esq.,