DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. ACLAND, Creation 1890, of St. Mary Magdalene, Oxford. Sir HENRY WENTWORTH DYKE ACLAND, K.C.B., M.D., LL.D., D.C.L., F.X.S., ist Baronet, fourth son of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, loth Bart., of Columb-John, Devon ; b. Aug. 23rd, 1815 ; ed! at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (M.A. and Fellow of All Souls' 1840, M.D. 1848, Hon. LL.D. of Camb. and Edinburgh, D.C.L. Durham, Hon. M.D. Trin. Coll., Dublin): is Hon. Physician to Prince of Wales, Regius Professor of Medicine, Radcliffe Librarian and Hon. Student of Ch. Ch., Oxford, Hon. Member of Medical and Philosophical Sos. of Paris, Xew York, Phila- delphia, Christiania. and Athens, and K. C. R. in Empire of Brazil ; was Member of Medical Council of United Kingdom Inebranlable. 1858-74, and President thereof 1874-87, and a Member of Roy. Unshaken. Sanitary Commn. 1870-72 ; formerly Lee's Reader of Anatomy ; C.B. 1883, K.C.B. 1884: m. 1846, Sarah, who d. 1878, da. of the late William Cotton, Esq., D.C.L., F.R.S., of Leytonstone, Essex, and has issue. Jtrms Cheeky argent and sable, a fesse gules. (Crest A man's hand couped at the wrist in a glove lying fessewise, thereon a falcon perched all proper. Residence Oxford. Club Athenaeum. Sons living WILLIAM ALISON DYKE, R.N., 6. Dec. i8th, 1847; became Capt. 1885; was officially attached to Chilian Army in Chilian-Peruvian war 1880-81, and Dep. Commr. for W. Pacific; sometime employed by N.S.W. Govt. in preparing plans for Naval Defence of Ports; is a J P. for Oxfordshire, and an Associate of Institute of Naval Architects : in. 1887, the Hon. Emily Anna Smith, da. of the late Right Hon. William Henry Smith, M.P. [see V. Hambleden], and has issue living, William Henry Dyke, b. 1888. Hubert Guy Dyke, b. 1890. Clubs, United Service, Athenaeum. Henry Dyke, b. 1850 ; ed. at Rugby ; is Manager of Worcester Old Bank, Great Malvern : m. 1878, Margaret Hichens, el. da. of the late John Jope Rogers, Esq., of Penrose, Helston. Residence, Great Malvern. Theodore Dyke, M.D., b. 1851 ; ed. at Winchester, and at -Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1876, M.B. 1880, M.D. 1883); M.R.C.S. Eng. 1880, M.R.C.P. Eng. 1884, F.R.C.P. 1889 ; was principal Med. Officer of Egyptian Army during cholera epidemic, 1883 (thanked by Khedive, 4th class Medjidie) ; is Assist. Physician at St. Thomas's and Bromp- ton Hospitals, and Physician to Hand-in- Hand Life Insurance So.: m. 1888, Caroline Cameron, -da. of Sir William Withey Gull, ist Bart., and has issue living, Theodore William Gull, b. 1890. Edward Fox Dyke, b. 1891, Hilda Mary, b. 1890. Residence, 46, Palace Gardens Terrace, W. Chambers, 8, King's Bench Walk, E.G. Club, United University. ^Francis Edward Dyke, b. 1857 ; ed. at Harrow ; formerly Capt. R.A., and 2nd Assist. Sup. of Experiments at Sch. of Gun- nery ; is an A.M.I. C.E. ; served in Natal 1881 : m. 1885, Marion Sarah, da. of the Right Rev. William Kenneth Macrorie. D.D., formerly Bishop of Maritzburg, and has issue living, Herbert Arthur, t. 1886, Kenneth Francis Dyke, b. 1890, Charis Agnes, b. 1888, Clemence Margaret, b. 1889. Residence, 22, Cheyne Gardens, S.V. Club, Junior United Service. Alfred Dyke, b. 1858 ; is Lieut. Roy. ist Devon Yeo. Cav. : JH. 1885, the Hon. Beatrice Danvers Smith, da. of the late Rt. Hon. William Henry Smith, M.P. [ante], and has issue living, Angela Cicely Mary, b. 1888, a da., b. 1892. Residence, 38, Pont Street, S.W. Clubs, Wellington, Cavalry. Daughter living Sarah Angelina. FULLER-PALMER-ACLAND, Creation 1818, of Fairfield, Somerset. [Extinct 1871.] Sir PEREGRINE PALMER FULLER-PALMER-ACLAND, 2nd Baronet. Daughter living Of 2nd Baronet Isabel Harriet (Lady Fuller-Acland-Hood) : m. 1849, Sir Alexander Bateman Periam Fuller-Acland-Hood, 3rd baronet, who d. 1892. Residence, St. Audries, Bridgwater. Acland (Fuller-Acland-Hood), see Hood. ADAIR, Creation 1838, of Flixton Hall, Suffolk. Sir HUGH EDWARD ADAIR, 3rd Baronet ; b. Dec. 26th, 1815 ; s. his brother, Sir ROBERT ALEXANDER SHAFTO (Baron Waveney), 1886 ; ed. at Harrow, and at St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1839, M.A. 1843) ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1844; is a D.L. and a J.P. for cos. Suffolk and Antrim ; sat as M.P. for Ipswich (Z) 1847-74, when he was defeated : m. 1856, Harriet Camilla, da. of the late Alexander Adair, Esq., of Heatherton Park. Taunton, and has issue. f atron of J=ibf -Citrines Needham V., Norfolk ; All Saints' R. with St. Nicholas R., S. Elmham, Flixton V., Homersfield R. with S. Elmham R., St. Margaret R., Suffolk. Srms Per bend, argent and or, three dexter hands couped and erect gules. Crist A man's head affrontee, couped at the neck proper. Seats Flixton Hall, Bungay, Suffolk ; Little Casino, Aldeburgh, au mort. Suffolk ; Ballymena Castle, Antrim. Town Residence 63, Portland the death. Place. W. Club United University.
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