588 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Gerald Henry William, b. 1870, Norah Mary Katharine, -Anna Maria del Carmen, Clare Gabrielle Marcia Antoinette Esperance, Guadalupe Katie Flavia. Residence, 10, Walsingham Terrace, Aldrington, near Brighton. Widow living Of 3rd. Baronet LOUISA (Lady Wood), da. of Robert Hodgson, Esq., of Apple- shaw, Hampshire : in. ist, 1854, Sir Francis Wood, 3rd baronet, who d. 1868 ; 2ndly, 1874, Lieut. - Col. Lewis Jones. Residence, Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Western Wood, Esq., 3rd son of ist baronet, 6. 1804, d. 1863 : in. 1829, Sarah Letitia, who d, 1870, da. of John Morris, Esq. : Rev. Frederick John, b. 1834 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859); is V. of Headingley, Hon. Canon of Ripon, Proctor in Convocation, and Chaplain to Bishop of Chester: m. 1883, Rose Lucy, da. of Maj.-Gen. Charles Trigance Franklin, C.B. Residence, Headingley Vicarage, near Leeds. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. Alice Phillips : nt. 1871, Col. William James Morris, formerly of M.S.C., and has issue living, George Ernest Wood, b. 1880, Alice Wood, Evelyn Wood. Residence, Llwyngwern, Pantperthog, R. S. O., Merionethshire. The ist baronet, Sir Matthew Wood, born 1767, was the son of a serge manufacturer, of Tiverton, and at eleven years of age worked in his father's factory. At fourteen he was apprenticed to Mr. Newton, druggist, at Exeter. After serving seven years, he became a traveller in the drug trade, and subsequently established himself in London as a chemist. He afterwards became a hop-merchant, and was chosen Alderman, served asa Sheriff, and in the year of the Peace, 1815, was elected Lord Mayor of London, to which office he was re-elected the following year. He also sat as M.P. for London (L) 1816-43. During his mayoralty he was bold and fearless. On one occasion, after a lawless mob had shot a man on Snow Hill, and were approaching the Exchange, he, with only seven others, rushed through that building, and held the rioters in check, while he arrested several of the ringleaders. He took an active part in the cause of Queen Caroline : he accompanied her through Calais and Dover, on her journey to London in 1820, and placed his house in South Audley Street at her disposal. His fortune was, after much litigation, augmented on the death of Jemmy Wood, the banker, of Gloucester, to the extent of ,250,000. Among these possessions was the estate of Hatherley Court, in Gloucester- shire, a fine old ivy-mantled mansion, and from its name his second son, William Page, who was Lord High.Chancellor 1868-72, selected his title. Workman-Macnaghten, see Macnagliten. WORSLEY, Creation 1838, of Hovingham, Yorkshire. Sir WILLIAM CAYLEY WORSLEY, 2nd Baronet ; b. Dec. 6th, 1828 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM, 1879 ; ed. at Shrewsbury, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. ; Bar. Middle Temple 1855 ; is a D.L., a J.P., and a County Councillor (Hovingham Div.) for N. Riding of York, and Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Col. and Vol. Batn. Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.) ; unsuc- cessfully contested Malton (C) 1880 : m. 1854, Harriet Phila- delphia, da. of Marcus Worsley, Esq., of Conyngham Hall. patron of ni ^ifainj Hovingham V., Yorkshire. ^rms Argent, a chief gules. Crtst A wyvern vert. Seat Hovingham Hall, York. Ciubs Athenaeum, Carlton. Sisters living Catharine Louisa (Lady Cayley): m. 1859, Sir George Quam plunims prodesse. Alanson c ^!f ey> gth baronet ^vfa, High Hall, Brompton, near Do good to as many Scarborough; Llannerch Park, St. Asaph. Anne Barbara. Agnes persons as possible. Isabella. Emma Frances: m. 1861, Col. the Rt. Hon. Edward Robert King-Harman, M.P., who d. 1888 [see E. Kingston, colls.]. Residence, Rockingham, Boyle, co. Roscommon. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Arthington Worsley, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1830, d. 1861 : in. 1860, Marianne Christina Isabella (now of Cliff Hall, Terrington, York), da. of the Hon. Henry Hely-Hutchinson [see E. Donoughmore, colls.] : WILLIAM HENRY ARTHINGTON, b. Jan. i2th. 1861 ; ed. at Eton, and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1884) ; is Capt. 2nd Vol. Batn. Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.), and a J.P. for N. Riding of Yorks : /. 1887, Augusta Mary Chivers, el. da. of Edward Chivers Bower, Esq., of Broxholme, Scarborough, and has issue living, William Arthington, b. 1800, Edward Marcus, b. 1891, Winifred Mary, b. 1888, a da., b. 1892. Residence, The Lodge, Terrington, York. Club, Junior Carlton. Arthington, b. 1861 ; is a Civil Engineer, of i, East Parade, Leeds. This family is a senior branch of the Worsleys, formerly baronets of Appuldercombe, whose title became extinct on the death of the gth baronet in 1825.
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