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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 591 Mother living Anna, da. of the late Edward Lloyd, Esq. : in. 1855, Lieut.-Col. Herbert Watkin Williams- Wynn, M.P. (ante), who d. 1862, and has issue [see ante]. Residence, Cefn, St. Asaph. WidOW living Of 6th Baronet MARIE EMILY (Lady Williams-Wynn), da. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Watkin Williams- Wynn, K.C.B., G.C.H. [see infra]: ;. 1852, Sir Watkin Williams- Wynn, 6th baronet whorf. 1885. Residences, Llangedwyn, Oswestry ; 20, St. James's Square, S.W. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Rt. Hon. Charles Watkin Williams- Wynn, 2nd son of 4th baronet, b. 1775, d. 1850 : ni. 1806, Mary, whod. 1838, da. of Sir Foster Cunliffe, 3rd baronet : Charles Watkin, b. 1822 : ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1843, M.A. 1846); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1846 ; is Recorder of Oswestry, and a D.L. and a J.P. for co. Montgomery ; formerly Lieut.-Col. Montgomery Yeo. Cav. ; sat as M.P. for Montgomeryshire (C) 1862-80, when he was defeated : ;. 1853, Lady Annora Charlotte Pierrepont, who d. 1888, da. of 2nd Earl Manvers, and has issue living, Arthur Watkin, b. 1856; ed. at Westminster, and at Ch. Ch,, Oxford (B.A. 1878): Bar. Inner Temple 1882 ; is Major Montgomeryshire Yeo. Cav. ; sometime Private Sec. to Sec. of State for India (Viscount Cross) : nt. 1892, Alice Mary, da. of the late Hon. George Went worth- Fitz- william [sec E. Fitzwilliam, colls.], Henry Cunliffe, b. 1863 ; is Capt. R.A., Frederick Rowland, b. 1865 ; ed. at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1886); is Lieut. Montgomeryshire Yeo. Cav. ; is a Clerk in House of Commons, Mary : m. 1886, Henry Goulburn Chetwynd-Stapylton, Esq. [see V. Chetwynd, colls.], Agnes Sophia, Annora Margaret, Constance Harriot. Residences, Coed-y- maen, Welshpool, Montgomery ; 2, Lower Berkeley Street, W. Clubs, Carlton, Travellers'. Issue of the late Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Watkin Williams-Wynn, K.C.B., G.C.H., 3rd son of 4th baronet, b. 1783, d. 1856 : in. 1813, the Hon. Hester Frances Smith, who d. 1854, da. of ist Baron Carrington : Henry Bertie Watkin, b. 1820 : is a J.P. and a D.L. for Denbigh, and a J.P. for cos. Berks, Oxford, and Salop ; was High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire 1872 : m. 1848, Marion, da. of the late Maj.-Gen. Sir James Limond. C.B., and has issue living, Jessie Marie : i. 1875, Stanley Leighton, Esq., M.P. [see Leighton, Bart.], of Sweeney Hall, Oswestry, Frances Caroline : m. 1872, Samuel Richard Brewis, Esq., of Ibstone House, Tetsworth, Bertha Marion: nt. 1886, Joseph Godman, Esq., of Park Hatch, Hascombe, Godalming, Henrietta Katherine Lsetitia (Hon. Mrs. Robert Rodney) : in. 1882. the Hon Robert William Henry Rodney, son of 6th Baron Rodney. Residences, How- bery Park, Wallingford ; Nantimeichiod Hall, Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire ; 23, Chesham Place, S.W. Club, Carlton. Marie Emily (Lady Williams-Wynn) [see ante] : m. 1852, Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, M.P., 6th baronet, who d. 1885. The great-grandson of John Williams, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, was created a baronet [see Williams, Bart., cr. 1798], Is descended from Williams Williams, of Chwaine Issa, co. Anglesey, who was i4th in descent from Cadrod Hardd, or the Handsome, a British chieftain, who resided at Tremadog, in the parish of Llanfaithley, and was Lord of Talybolion about the year uoo. The ist baronet, M.P. for Chester in three Parliaments, was Speaker of the House of Commons 1679-85. In 36 Car. II. he was tried for libel, in causing to be printed the information of Thomas Dangerfield, and, although he pleaded the law and custom of Parliament, he was fined ,10,000. After the Revolution, this judgment was declared illegal and against the freedom of Parliament. The 6th baronet sat as M.P. for Denbigh- shire (C) 1841-85. YOUNG, Creation 1769, of North Dean, Buckinghamshire. Sir WILLIAM LAWRENCE YOUNG, 8th Baronet ; b. Aug. 3rd, 1864 ; s. his father, Sir CHARLES LAWRENCE, 1887 : m. 1887, Helena Mary, da. of the late Hon. Henry William Petre [see B. Petre, colls.]. Or, three piles sable ; on a chief of the first as many annulets of the second. Crist A cubit arm erect, the hand grasping an arrow all proper. Residence 16, South Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs Pall Mall, Orleans. Clubs- Press through. Brother living- CHARLES ALBAN, b. Nov. i8th, 18 Wellington, St. James's. Sister living Mary Agnes : m. ist, 1886, William Henry Makins, Esq., formerly i3th Hussars, who d. 1889 ; 2ndly, 1891, Warine Martindale, Esq., and nas issue living (by ist marriage), Marjorie Florence. Resi- dence, 28, Ashley Gardens, S.W. Uncle living (son of 3rd Baronet) George Augustus, b. 1822 ; formerly in 8th Foot, and Roy. Canadian Rifles ; is a J.P. for Bucks and Kent : tit. 1848, Isabella Marianne, who d. 1890, da. of the Rev. George Moore, Canon of Canterbury, and has issue living, William Henry, b. 1849 ; ed. at Radley ; is Major Bedfordshire Regt., George Brook, b. 1857 ; ed. at Radley, Harold Lawrence, b. 1866, Wilfred Edward, b. 1868 ; ed. at Radley, and at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Lieut. 7th Dragoon Guards, Louisa Harriet : >. 1876, the Rev. John Fitzalan Cornwall, R. of Barton-le- Clay, Ampthill, Beds, Emily Mary : m. 1880, Edmund Waller, Esq., of Farmington Lodge, Northleach, Blanche Caroline, Isabella Georgiana, Agnes Augusta, Bertha Margaret, Mil- dred Alice, Mabel Josephine, Maude Eugenie. Club, Junior United Service .