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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. HAVELOCK-ALLAN, Creation 1858, of Lucknow. sir HENRY MARSHMAN HAVELOCK-ALLAN, V.C., K.C.B., 1st Baronet, son of the late Major-Gen. Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B. ; b. Aug. 6th, 1830 ; entered 39th Foot 1846, became Major iSth Foot 1858, Lieut. -Col. 1859, Col. 1868, Maj.-Gen. 1878, and Hon. Lieut.-Gen. on retired list 1882 ; was D. A.Q.M.G. in Persian Expedition 1856-7 (medal) ; served in Indian Mutiny 1857-9 (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, thrice wounded, medal with two clasps and V.C.), in New Zealand war 1863-5 (medal); C.B. 1866, K.C.B. 1887 ; assumed by royal license, 1880, the additional surname of Allan ; un- successfully contested Stroud Jan. 1874; sat as M.P. for Sunderland (Z) 1874-81. and for S.E. Div. of Durham (LU) 1885-92, when he was defeated; is a J.P., a D. L., and a County Alderman for Durham, a J.P. for N.R. of York, and Hon. Col. Durham Artillery, W. Div. R.A. : m. 1865, Lady Alice Moreton, da. of 2nd Earl of Ducie, and has issue. s Quarterly, ist and 4th sable, a cross potent quarter pierced or, charged with four guttes de sang ; in chief two lions' heads erased of the second, all within a bordure engrailed erminois ; a canton ermine, A llan ; 2nd and 3rd, vert, a castle argent between two fleurs-de-lys in chief, and a cross-crosslet fitchee in base or, Havelock. Crests ist,a demi-lion rampant argent, ducally crowned gules, charged on the shoulder with a cross-crosslet fitchee sable, holding in the dexter paw a crpss potent or, supporting in the sinister paw a rudder of the second ; 2nd, a lion rampant gules, powdered with ermine spots, charged on the shoulder with a castle argent, sustaining a Danish battleaxe proper. Seat Blackwell Hall, Darlington. Tmvn Residence United Service, Reform, Brooks's, Devonshire. -70, Chester Square, S.W. Clubs Sons living HENRY SPENCER MORETON, b. Jan. 3 oth, 1872 Allan, b. 1874. Daughter living Ethel : m. 1886. Joseph Albert Pease, Esq., M.P., son of Sir Joseph Whitwell Pease, M.P., ist Bart. Residence, Snow Hall, Gainford, Darlington. Brother living (in special remainder to the Baronetcy) George Broadfoot HAVELOCK, b. 1847 ; formerly Lieut. loist Foot ; is District Superintendent of Police, Bankura : m. ist, 1873, Georgina Marian, who d. 1888, da. of James Crosby, Esq., Barrister- at-law, and Immigration Agent-Gen., Demerara, British Guiana ; 2ndly, 1888, Annie Helen, da. of the late Henry Brown Beresford, Esq., B.C.S., and has issue living (by and marriage), Beresford Arthur Jardine, b. 1889. Residence, Bankura, Bengal. The father of the present baronet distinguished himself by his unparalleled march from Allahabad to Cawnpore and Lucknow, which latter place he held with astonishing bravery against the rebels for two months. A patent of baronetcy in his favour was grantd Nov. z6th, 1857, but as he died two days prior to the date thereof, the honour was extended to his son. ALLEYNE, Creation 1769, of Barbados. Sir JOHN GAY NEWTON ALLEYNE, 3rd Baronet ; b. Sept. 8th, 1820; s. his father, Sir REYNOLD ABEL, 1870; ed. at Harrow ; was Warden of Dulwich Coll. 1843-51 ; is a member of Institutes of Mechanical and Civil Engineers, Vice-Pres. of Iron and Steel Institute, and a J.P. and a County Alderman for Derbyshire ; formerly Capt. I2th Derby Rifle Vol. : m. 1851, Augusta Isabella, da. of Sir Henry Fitz-Herbert, 3rd Baronet, and has issue. Vrtns Per chevron gules and ermine, two lions' heads erased or in chief. Cnst Out of a ducal coronet a horse's head argent. Seat Alleyne Dale Hall, Island of Barbados. Residence Chevin, near Belper. Club Royal Southern Yacht. Non tua te moveant sed Son living REYNOLD HENRY NEWTON, b. May i6th, 1852 ; ed. publica vota. Let notyouroivn interests move yon, but rather the wishes of the public. at Winchester: m. 1879, Susanna, da. of the late John Meynell, Esq., of Tapton Grove, and has issue living, John Meynell, b. 1889, Reynold Meynell, b. 1892, Augusta, Eleanor, Alice, Ida, Kathleen. Resi- dence, Sandhills, Thorner, near Leeds. Clubs, Corinthian Yacht, Junior Conservative. Daughters living Agnes Rebecca Augusta : in. 1880, Frederick Channer Corfield, Esq. (Lieut. -Col. ist Vol. Batn. Derbyshire Regt.), and has issue living, Frederick Alleyne, b. 1884, Richard Fitz-Herbert, b. 1892, Agnes Sarah Augusta, Lucy Mary, Margaret Emily, Kittie Conyngham. Residence, Ormonde Fields, Codnor, Derby. Judith : m. iSSo, William de Burgh Jessop, Esq., and has issue living, John de Burgh, *>. 1885, Mabel