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142 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Dat Deus incrementum. God gives tlie increase. Regt. ; D.S.O. 1886. Clubs, Boodle's, Junior United Service. Mary Elizabeth : m. 1875, John Augustus Schneider, Esq. {Clubs, Boodle's, Junior United Service), and has issue living, Henry Crofton, b. 1876, Cyril Crofton, b. 1886, Olive. Resilience, Brook Lodge, Sunninghill, Berks. The father of the present baronet was accidentally shot by a soldier of the 32nd Foot, at Preston, September isth, 1861, while commanding the Depot BattShon ; and it is a singular circumstance that the same bullet killed the Adjutant of the Battalion (Capt. J. Hanham), who was also heir to a baronetcy. CROFTON, Creation 1838, of Longford House, Sligo. Sir MALBY CROFTON, 3rd Baronet, son of the late Capt. Henry Bliss 1 Crofton, el. son of 2nd Baronet; b. Aug. 20th, 1857; s. his grandfather, Sir MALBY, 1872 ; ed. at Eton, and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1879) ; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Sligo : m. iSSo. Louisa Margaret, da. of Richard J. Vers- choyle, Esq., of Tanrago, co. Sligo, and has issue. ^rms Per pale dancette or and azure, a lion passant counter -changed. Crtst Seven ears of wheat on one stalk proper. Seat Longford House, Ballysadare, co. Sligo. Sons living MALBY RICHARD HENRY, b. Sept. iSth, iS8i. Thomas Horsfall, b. 1889. Daughters living Louisa Emmeline. Dorothy. Sister living Emmeline : in. 1886, Reginald Somers Yorke, Esq., of the Imperial Maritime Customs, and has issue living, Emmeline Dorothea. Residence, Ningpo, China. Uncles living (sons of 2nd Baronet) Frederick Robert Cameron, b'. 1837 ; formerly Lieut. -Col. Comdg. 2nd Batn. Royal Irish Rifles; served with gth Lancers during Indian Mutiny 1858-9 (medal with clasp) : m. 1868 Louisa Maria Susanna, da. of Richard Graves Brinkley, Esq., of Fortland, Sligo, and has issue living, Norah Marion. Malby Edward, b. 1847 ; is Major ist Batn. King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regt.); served as Adj. throughout S. African cam- paign 1879 (medal with clasp) : in. 1880, Henrietta, da. of the late Rev. John Lewis Moore, D.D., Vice-Provost of Trin. Coll., Dublin, and has issue living, Malby, b. 1881, Roger, b. 1888. Aunts living (daughters of 2nd Baronet) Marion Louisa: in. 1878, Charles Philip Cotton, Esq Residence, Ryecroft, Bray, co. Wicklow. Isabella Charlotte. -{Daughter of ist baronet) Maria : in. 1843, the Rev. William Faussett Black, D.D. , R. of Newchurch. and has issue living, William, b. 18 , Charles Crofton : in. 1875, Rachel Mary, da. of Richard Dewhurst, Esq., Elizabeth. Residence, Newchurch Rectory, Warrington. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. James Crofton, 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1803, d. 18 : in. 1834, Barbara, da. of Peter North, Esq., of Kilduff: James, b. 1838. Malby, b. 1840. Caroline. Barbara Georgiana. Kathleen Barbara. In 1661 a baronetcy conferred upon a nephew of the then Crofton, of Longford House, became extinct on the death of the 5th baronet. CROMPTON, Creation 1838. [Extinct 1848.] Sir SAMUEL CROMPTON, ist and last Baronet. Daughters living Elizabeth Mary (Countess Catkcart) : m. 1850, the 3rd Earl Cathcart. Resi- dences, Thornton-le-Street, near Thirsk ; 31, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Isabella Sarah. Alice. WidOW living Of 1st Baronet- ISABELLA SOPHIA {Lady Cromptoit), da. of the late Rev. the Hon. Archibald Cathcart [see E. Cathcart, colls.], />. 1808: m. 1829, Sir Samuel Crompton, is>t baronet, who d. 1848, when the title became extinct. Residence, 12, Pelham Crescent, S.W. CROSBIE, Creation 1630, of Maryborough, Queen's County. Sir WILLIAM ' EDWARD DOUGLAS CROSBIE, 8th Baronet; b. Oct. I3th, 1855; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM RICHARD. 1877 ; formerly Lieut. Bedfordshire Militia. 2rms Argent, a lion rampant sable, armed and langue gules, in chief two dexter hands couped and erect also gules. Crest Three swords two in saltire the points in base, the other in pale the point upwards, enveloped with a snake all proper. .S>npp0rtrr Two Irish greyhounds ducally gorged and chained. Residence Though envy may be indignant, tlie just man will flourish.. Sister living Ada Kathleen : m. 1889, Cecil Augustus Seymour Browne, Esq. [see B. Kilmaine, colls.]. Resi- dences, Lanbrook, Guildford ; i, Wilton Street, S.W. the Cron mou