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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Aberdeenshire), b. 1866, Robert Thomas Disney, h. 1873, Mary Levina, Maria Alice, Edith, Elizabeth Charlotte. Residence, Westhall, Oyne, Aberdeenshire. Sister living Of 2nd Baronet Julia Emily. Residence, WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet MARY AGNES BLANCHE (Lady Mary Gordon), da. of 3rd Earl of Ashburnham : in. 1839, Sir Henry Percy Gordon, F.R. S. ,2nd baronet, who d. 1876. Residences, Northcourt, Newport, Isle of Wight ; 27, Chesham Place, S.W. By virtue and works. DUFF-GORDON, Creation 1813, of Halkin, Ayrshire. Sir MAURICE DUFF-GORDON, 4th Baronet; b. March 1849 ; s. his father. Sir ALEXANDER COKNE- WALL, 1872 ; ed. at Eton ; is a member of London Stock Exchange : m. 1872, Frances, who d. 1890, da. of the late Henry Vaterton, Esq., of Wood- lands, York, and widow of Seymour Ball Hughes, Esq. , and has issue. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, azure, three boars' heads couped within a double tressure flory-counter-flory of fleurs- de-lis and roses alternately or, Gordon : 2nd and 3rd, vert, a fesse dancette ermine between a buck's head cabossed in chief, and two escallops in base or, Duff. Cnsts ist, two arms from the shoulder naked holding a bow, and ready to let fly an arrow all proper, Gordon ; 2nd, a demi-lion gules holding in the dexter paw a sword erect proper, hilt and pommel or, Duff. .Supporters Dexter, a savage wreathed round the middle and holding in his exterior hand a branch of a tree all proper ; sinister, a stag proper, gorged with a ducal coronet. ^Kottocs Over ist crest, " Fortuna sequator" (Let fortune follmv) ; over 2nd crest, " Deo juvante " (By God's favor). Residence 69, Warwick Street, Warwick Square, S.W. Clubs Union, St. James's, City of London, Raleigh. Daughter living Caroline Lucie. Sister living Janet Ann : m. 1860, Henry James Ross, Esq., and has issue living, Alexander Gordon (Clubs, Savile, Grosvenor), b. 1862. Residence, Poggio Gherardo, Via Settignanese, Florence. Aunts living (daughters of 2nd Baronet) Georgiana Catharine. Residence, 34, Hertford Street, Mayfair, W. Alicia Frances. Resilience, 34, Hertford Street, Mayfair, W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Cosmo Lewis Duff-Gordon, Esq., 2nd son of 2nd baronet, b. 1812, d. 1876 : in. 1859, Anna Maria (no Edmund Antrobus, 2nd baronet : on, Esq., of 34, Ec , cleston Square, S.W.), da. of Sir COSMO EDMUND, b. July 22nd, 1862 ; Eton. Residences. Maryculter, N.B. ; 34, Eccleston Square, S.W. Clubs Travellers', Wellington. - Henry William, b. 1866; ed. at Radley : m. 1891, Maud Emily, da. of the late Hugh Hammersley, Esq., and has issue living, Douglas Frederick, b. 1892. Residence, 12, Tite Street, Chelsea, S.W. Club, Wellington. - John Cornewall, b. 1869. Club, White's. - Flora: m. 1887, Arthur Newton Streatfeild, Esq., and has issue living, Newton, b. 1888, Sylvia Ruth, b. 1890, Chloris Joan, 6. 1891. Residence, 74, St. George's Road, S.W. - Evelyn: m. 1883, Roger Cunliffe, Esq., and has issue living, Roger, b. 1886, Gordon, b. 1892, Dorothy Marion, b. 1884. Residence, Meopham Bank, Tunbridge, Kent. By courage, not by craft. SMITH-GORDON, Creation 1838. Sir LIONEL ELDRED SMITH-GORDON, 2nd Baronet ; b. April 2nd, 1833 ; s. his father, Sir LIONEL SMITH, 1842 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly Capt. 7ist Foot, and Adj. ist Derbyshire Militia ; served in Crimean war (medal with clasp and Turkish medal), and in Indian Mutiny ; assumed by royal license, 1868, the additional surname and arms of Gordon : m. 1854, Fanny, da. of Thomas Pottinger, Esq.. of Mount Pottinger, co. Down, and has issue. ^rms ist and 4th, per fesse azure and gules two camlets engrailed ermine, between three boars' heads erased or, Gordon ; 2nd and 3rd, argent on a bend cotissed between two unicorns' heads erased azure three lozenges or, a canton gules, thereon a creel proper, pommel and hik gold the blade concealed by an eastern crown or, Smith. Crests ist, issuant from the battle- ments of a tower argent a stag's head affrontee proper, all between two palm-branches vert ; 2nd, a representation of the ornamental centre-piece of the service of plate all proper presented to the ist baronet by his European and native friends at Bombay ; 3rd, issuant out of an eastern crown or, a dexter arm embowed in armour entwined with a branch of laurel proper, charged with two lozenges as in the arms, the hand grasping a sword broken also proper, pommel and hilt gold. Residence Fernhill, Charmouth R.S.O., Dorset.