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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 587 Uncle living (son of 2nd Baronet) Charles, b. 1813; formerly in loth Hussars: m. ist, 1836, Charlotte, who d. 1856, da. of Orby Hunter, Esq., of Crowland Abbey, Lincolnshire; 2ndly, 1865, Frances Jane, who d, 1876, da. of the late David Baillie, Esq., and has issue Iiving(by 2nd marriage), Arthur Charles, b. 1865 ; formerly Lieut, ist Batn. Grenadier Guards. Residence, Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Lieut.-Col. Adolphus Ulick Wombwell, end son of 3rd baronet, b. 1834, d. 1886 : m. 1862, Mary Caroline, da. of Col. Robert Myddelton Biddulph, of Chirk Castle, Denbigh : May Florence Alexina : tit. 1890, Louis St. Julien Prioleau, Esq. Residence, Issue of the late Frederick Charles Wombell, Esq., 4th son of 3rd baronet, b. 1845, d. 1889: m. 1868, Maria, da. of M. Boyer: A son, b. 18 . The ist baronet, Sir George Wombwell, was Chairman of the East India Company, and M.P. for Huntingdonshire 1774-80. WOOD, Creation 1808, of Gatton. [Extinct 1837.] Sir MARK WOOD, and and last Baronet. living Of 2nd Baronet ELIZABETH RACHEL (Lady Cox), da. of William Newton, Esq. m. ist, i8337sir Mark Wood, 2nd baronet, who d. 1837, when his title became extinct ; 2ndly, 1845. Sir Charles Cox, K.C.M.G., Chancellor of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, who d. 1892, Residences, Hillingdon House, Uxbridge ; 19, Lowndes Square, S.W. WOOD, Creation 1837, of Hatherley House, Gloucestershire. Sir MATTHEW WOOD, 4th Baronet ; b. Sept. 1857 ; s. his father, Sir FRANCIS, 1868. Vrms Quarterly, argent and or, the mace of the Lord Mayor of London in pale, between an oak-tree on a mount vert fructed proper, in the ist and 4th quarters, and in the 2nd and 3rd, a bull's head erased sable, charged on the neck with a bezant, ffirtst Out of a mural crown argent, a demi-wild man, wreathed about the temples with oak fructed, in the dexter hand an oak- tree eradicated and fructed, and in the sinister a club, all proper. Residence 83, Piccadilly, W. Clubs Brooks's, Raleigh, Hurlingham. Brothers living JOHN PAGE, b. April 1860 ; is Capt. 2nd Batn. Border Regt. Francis Page, b. 1862. Sisters living Caroline Emma : m. 1880, Major-Gen. Charles Hereford, formerly Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.), who d. 1891. Resi- p, , , dence, 12, The Barons, St. Margarets, Twickenham. Edith Constance : m. 1887, Thomas John Elmore, Esq. Residence, Barcombe House, near Lewes. Uncles living (sons of 2nd Baronet) Charles Page, b. 1836 ; is a J.P., a D.L., and^a County Councillor (Dedham Div.) for Essex: unsuccessfully contested Essex East (L) 1880:" m. 1864, to goth Regt. 1871, became Lieut.-Col. 1872, Col. 1874, Maj.-Gen. 1880, an served in Indian campaign 1858-9 (V.C. and thanked by Indian Govt.) ; ser Indian campaign 1858-9 (V.C. and thanked by Indian Govt.) ; served in Ashantee war edal with clasp, and C. B.), and with distinction in Zulu war 1879 ; accompanied the Empress is non. v^oi. 2na vol. nam. r,ssex K.egi. ; commanaeu iroops in r.. uisi. ai i^oicnebier 1000-0 , is m command of troops at Aldershot ; C.B. 1874, K.C.B. 1879, G.C.M.G. 1882, G.C.B. 1891 : m. 1867, the Hon. Mary Paulina Southwell, who d. 1891, sister of 4th Viscount Southwell, and has issue living, Evelyn Michell, b. 1869, Charles Michell, b. 1873, Arthur Herbert Michell, b. 1877, Anna Paulina May, Marcella Mary, Victoria Eugenie. Residence, Government House, Aldershot. Chibs, United Service, Army and Navy.