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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 59 Joan, fr. 1887, Catherina Maria Ulrica, . 1889. William Marius, /'. 1856; is Lieut. Ordnance Officer to King of Holland : /. 1886, Cornelia, da. of the late Theodor Prins, Esq., of Harlem, Holland, and has issue living, William Constant, f>. 1890. Paulus James, b. 1863. Wendela Catherine Mary: in. 1876, Reinhard, Baron van Lynden. Agnes : m. 1878, Francis, Baron van Randwyck. Catherine. Anne : m. 1881, William J. Snouck Hurgronje, Esq. Residence, 28, Princessegraeht, The Hague. The ist baronet, envoy to England, was knighted by King James I., 1619, and it is related that he received from King Charles II., on June 28th, 1653, a royal warrant as Baron of England. The 7th baronet was a member of the Upper House of Representatives in Holland, and was several times President of the 2nd Chamber of the States-General, and Gov. of North Holland. BOROUGH, Creation 1813. [Extinct 1879.] Sir EDWARD RICHARD BOROUGH, 2nd and last Baronet. Daughters living Of 2nd Baronet Margaret Anne Maria {Lady Campbell): m. 1858, Sir George Campbell, 4th baronet, who d. 1874. Residence, Garscube, Dumbartonshire. Elizabeth. Augusta Frances: m. 1876, Arthur Fludyer, Esq., 2nd son of the Rev. Sir John H. Fludyer, 4th baronet. Residence, Ayston, Uppingham. Emily Georgiana: m. 1869, Major Metcalfe Studholme Brownrigg, and has issue living, Constance Elizabeth, Viva Augusta. Residence, BORROWES, Creation 1645, of Gilltown, Kildare, Sir ERASMUS DIXON BORROWES, pth Baronet ; b. April igth, 1831 ; s. his father, the Rev. Sir ERASMUS, 1866 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. ; formerly Major I3th Foot ; served in Burmese War (medal), and in Indian Mutiny (wounded, medal); isaJ.P. andaD.L. for co. Kildare (High Sheriff of Kildare 1873, and of Queen's co. 1880): m. ist, 1851, Frederica Esten, who d. 1886, da. of the late Brig. -Gen. George Hutchison ; 2ndly, 1887, Florence Elizabeth, da. of William Ruxton, Esq., of Ardee House, Ardee, Ireland, and has issue. $rms Or, on a cross gules (the red cross of De Burgh) five mullets pierced argent ; in the first quarter a lion passant guardant of the second. Crtst A lion sejant guardant, murally crowned or. Non vi virtute. Seat Barretstown Castle, Ballymore Eustace, Naas, co. Kildare. Not by -force, but by merit. Club Kildare Street. Sons living By 1st marriage KILDARE, b. Sept. 2ist, 1852; ed. at Cheltenham Coll.; is Major nth Hussars: m. 1886, Julia Aline, da. of the late William Holden, Esq., of Palace House, Lancashire Eustace, b. 1866. By 2nd marriage Walter, b. 1892. Daughters living By 1st marriage -Clara Ellen: m. 1875, Major Duncan Matheson (formerly 6th Dragoons), D.L. for Ross-shire, and has issue living, James Sutherland Mackay, b. 1880, Duncan Kildare Frederick, b. 1891, Winifred Ellen, Rosalind Clara, Clara. Flora. By 2nd marriage Mary Adelaide Vernon. Brother living Walter Joseph, b. 1834 ; is Lieut. -Col. Comdt. and Hon. Col. 4th Batn. Prince of Wales's Leinster Regt. (Royal Canadians), and a J.P. for Queen's co. : m. 1882, Florence Mary, da. of Michael Aylmer, Esq., and has issue living, Eleanor Henriette de Robillard. Residence, Plantation, Monkstown, Dublin. Sisters living Henrietta Mary : ;. 1845, Lieut. -Gen. Henry Meade Hamilton, C.B., and has issue living, Gilbert Henry Claud, b. 1853 ; is Capt. 141)1 Hussars, and Adj. Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo. Cav. ; served in Afghan War 1879-80 (medal;, and in S. African War 1881 : m. 1885, Florence Brooks, da. of Henry Tootal Broadhurst, Esq., of Woodhill, Prestwich, and has issue living, Brian Gilbert b. 1886, Bruce Meade, b. 1857 ; is Capt. ist Batn. E. Yorkshire Regt. ; served in Afghan war 1879-80 (medal), and in S. African War 1881, and in Burmah Campaign 1885-7 (medal), Hubert Ion Wetherall, b. 1861 ; is Capt. ist Batn. The Queen's (Royal W. Surrey Regt.) ; served in Burmese Campaign, 1885-7 (medal), Keith Randolph, /;. 1871 ; is Lieut, ist Batn. Oxfordshire L.I., Edith Althea (Lady Potneroy-C alley) : m. ist, 1878, Maj.-Gen. Sir George Pomeroy Pomeroy-Colley, K.C.S.I., C.B., C.M.G., who d. 1881 ; 2ndly, 1891, Wentworth Blackett Beaumont, Esq. Kathleen Eleanor Lauragh. Residence, 26, Charles Street, St. James's, S.W. Adelaide Charlotte Marianne : m. 1850, Edward Tipping, Esq., and has issue living, Ada Kathlene : i. i.-t, 1878, Col. John Hunter Knox, who d. 1885 ; 2ndly, 1887, Capt. C. D. Villiers Tuthill, formerly I4th Hussars, of Moy Glare, co. Meath, Rita. Residence, Bellurgan Park, co. Louth. Issue of the fate Robert Borrowes, Esq., 6th son of sth baronet, b. 1778, d. 1850 : ;//. 1 8 , Charlotte, who d. 1857, da - of s - Madden, Esq., of Hilton, co. Monaghan : Robert Higginson, b. 1826 ; formerly Capt. i3th Dragoons and Major Kildare Rifles: is a J.P. and a DA. 1877, St. George's Yacht. Emily : m. 1848, William Roche, Esq. (late 6oth Rifles), and has issue living, Blanche Charlotte: m. 1873, Major George Frederick Green (formerly of 4th Batn. Roy. Irish Regt.). Gertrude: ;. ist, 1849, Richard Bourke, Esq., who d. 1856 [see E. Mayo, colls.] 2ndly, 1858, Anthony North Peat, Esq., who d. 18 . Residence, The ist baronet, successively Sheriff and M.P. for co. Kildare, deposed that through the Rebellion of 1641, he had lost corn and cattle to the value of ^9,396, money of the value of .11,932, and an annual income of .1,200. He received the baronetcy "for his many good and faithful services in Peace and War."