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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. SOUS living FREDERICK EDWARD SHAFTO, b. Dec. 2 6th, 1860; formerly Capt. 3 rd Batu. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own). Clubs, Boodle's, Naval and Military. Robert Shafto, b. 1862; ed. at Oxford Univ. (B. A. 18 ); Bar. Inner Temple 1890: nt. 1890, Mary, da. of Henry Bosanquet, Esq. Residence^, Lower Berkeley Street, W. Chambers, 4, Elm Court, Temple, E.G. Clubs, White's, Isthmian. Daughter living Camilla Beatrix Mary. The 2nd baronet, Sir Robert Alexander Shafto, was Lord Lieut, of co. Antrim, he sat as M.P. for Cambridge (L) 1847-52, and 1854-7, an d ' n '873 was created Baron IVaveney (peerage of United Kingdom); he died 1886, when the Barony expired, and the Baronetcy devolved upon his brother. The ADAM, Creation 1882, of Blair Adam, co. Kinross. welcome $i r CHARLES ELPHINSTONE ADAM, ISt Baronet, el. son of the late Right Hon. William Patrick Adam, M.P., C.I.E. ; b. Aug. 7th, 1859; Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1885 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. and County Councillor for cos. Kinross and Fife ; appointed Private Sec. to Parliamentary Sec. to the Treasury (Rt. Hon. E. Marjoribanks) 1892. $rms Quarterly, ist and 4th, argent, a mullet azure pierced of the field between three cross-crosslets fitchee, gules, Adam ; 2nd, argent, three arrows gules, the centre one palewise, the others in saltire, points down- wards banded together vert, between six trefoils slipped of the last, two in chief, two in fesse, and two in base, Littlejohu; 3rd, argent, three hawks' heads erased proper, on a bordure engrailed azure eight bezants or, Btydone. Crtst A cross-crosslet, as in the arms, surmounted of a sword in saltire proper, hiked and pommelled or. Seats Blair Adam, Kinross, N.B.; Barns, Kinross, N.B. Chambers 3, New Square, Lincoln s Inn, W.C. Clubs Brooks's, National Liberal, New. Brothers living- William Keith, b. 1861 ; ed. at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1882) ; is a J.P. and a Resident Magistrate for W. Australia : ;. 1888, Jane Emily, da. of George Walpole Leake, Esq., Q.C., of Perth, W. Australia, and has issue living, Robert William Wyllie, b. 1889, Charles Keith, b. 1891. Resides in Western Australia. Frederick Loch, b. 1864 ; ed. at Eton : is Lieut. Scots Guards, serving with Egyptian Army. Clubs, Guards', Bachelors'. Sisters living Clementina Mary. Emily Elizabeth. Constance Marion. Mother living EMILY, C.I. {Lady Adam), da. of Gen. Sir William Wyllie, G.C.B. ; granted in 1882 the rank and precedence of a baronet's widow : m. 1856, the Rt. Hon. William Patrick Adam, C.I.E., who d. 1881. Residences, Barns, Kinross, N.B. ; Wilderness House, Hampton Court. William Adam, the architect, b. 1689, acquired Blair, and his son Robert, M.P. for Kinross-shire 1768, was architect to George III. The great-grandfather of the present baronet, the Rt. Hon. William, M.P., was Lord-Lieut, of Kinross-shire, and Lord Chief Commissioner of the Jury Court of Scotland, his grandfather, Adm. Sir Charles, K.C.B., M.P., was Lord Lieut, of Kinross-shire, and sometime Governor of Greenwich Hospital, and his father, the Rt. Hon. William Patrick, C.I.E., M.P. (/,) for Clackmannanshire and Kinross-shire 1859-80, was successively a Lord of the Treasury First Commissioner of Works and Buildings, and Governor of Madras. AFFLECK, Creation 1782, of Auchinleck, Ayr. Sir ROBERT AFFLECK, yth Baronet ; b. March 4th, 1852 : s. his father, Sir ROBERT, 1882 ; ed. at Eton, and at Oxford Univ. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk, and a County- Councillor for W. Div. of Suffolk, Gazeley Div. ; formerly Lieut. W. Suffolk Militia : in. 1886, Julia Georgina, da. of John Sampson Prince, Esq., of 8, Cornwall Mansions, Cornwall Gardens, S.W. patron of ffint fifaing Dalham R., Suffolk. ^rms Argent, three bars sable. Crtst An ear of wheat bearded proper. Seats Dalham Hall, Newmarket ; Somerby House, Oakham. Clubs. Turf, Boodle's, Yorkshire. Brothers living-JOHN DE LINDE~N, b. July i8th, 1860. Philip Burton, b. 1862. Pretiosum quod utile. Sisters living -Katharine Maria: m. ist, 1878, Lieut.-CoI. Charles That is -valuable which is Wollaston, who d. 1882, formerly of Bengal Car. ; 2ndly, 1891, Richard iiseful. Frewen, Esq. Residence, Innishannon, co. Cork. Anna Maria. Frances Caroline. Helen Affleck : ;. 1883, the Rev. Henry Bruce Pugh, R. of Dalham, and Rural Dean of Thurlow, and has issue living, Robert William Bruce, b. 1891. Residence, Dalham Rectory, near Newmarket. Mary Elizabeth Harriett. Aunts living (daughters of 4th Baronet) Harriett Elizabeth : in. ist, 1829, John Thomas Bridges, Esq., whorf. 1853, ofSt. Nicholas Court, Isle of Thanet; 2ndly, 1854, the Rev. John Edward Nassau Molesworth, D.D., V. of Rochdale, who d. 1877 [see V. Molesworth, colls.], and has issue living (by ist marriage), Maria Elizabeth (Lady Molesworth) : m. 1854, Sir Guilford Lindsey Molesworth. K. C.I.E. [see V. Molesworth, colls.]. Marian: ;. 1846, the Rev. Samuel Charles, whoa. 1890, having been divorced on her petition 1873. Residence, 26, Broadhurst Gardens, N.W.