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386 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. M.P. for the Ayr Burghs, and has issue living, Hugh Ronald George, b. 1873, Mary Beatrice, Katharine Yseult : m. 1886, Capt. John Stuart, ist Batn. The Black Watch (Roy. High- landers), Frances Guenevere: /. 1888, Capt. Francis Glanville, D.S.O., R.E. Residence, Portencross, West Kilbride, Ayrshire. Daughter living Of 7th Baronet Mary : m. 1851, Richard Ford, Esq., whorf. 1858. Residences, 17, Park Street, Grosvenor Square, S.W.; Pencarrow, Bodmin. Widows living Of 9th and 10th Baronets BEATRICE ANNE (Lady Molesworth), da. of Charles Prideaux Brune, Esq. : in. 1856, the Rev. Sir Hugh Henry Molesworth, gth baronet, who d. 1862. Residence, 8, Berkeley Street, W. JANE FRANCES (Lady Molesworth), da. of Gordon William Frances Gregor, Esq., of Trewarthenick : in. 1849, Sir Paul William Molesworth, toth baronet, who d. i88p. Residence, The Tower, Newquay, Cornwall. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Walter Hele Molesworth, Esq., brother of loth baronet, b. 1823: in. 1849, Frances Mary, who d. 1892, da. of the late Rear-Adm. Henry Duncan Twysden, R.N. [see Twysden, Bart.] : Katharine Twysden: in. 1871, the Rev. John Dene, R. of Horwood. Residence. Horwood House, near Bideford, Devon. Blanche Mary Twysden : m. 1878 Brig.-Surg.-Lieut.-Col. Arthur Bowen Richards Myers, formerly of Brig, of Guards. Residence, 43, Gloucester Street, Warwick Square, S.W. Cordelia Twysden (Hon. Mrs. Edward Legge) '. m. 1873, Lieut. -Col. the Hon. Edward Henry Legge, son of 4th Earl of Dartmouth. Residence, The Holmwood Lodge, Dorking. Imogen Isabella Twysden : in. 1881, the Rev. Richard Johnstone. Residence, Stone Rectory, Staffordshire. Grandchildren of the late Rev. John Molesworth, 2nd son of 5th Baronet : Issue of the late Rev. Hender Molesworth-St. Aubyn, b. 1798, d. 1867 : m. 1829, Helen Matilda Isabella, who d. 1877, da. f the Rev. Timothy Napleton, of Powderham, Devon : Rev. St. AUBYN HENDER, b. 1833;. ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1856, M.A 1859); is a County Councillor for Cornwajl : in. 1862, Caroline, da. of the Rev. Charles Wheler, of Ledstone, York- shire, and has issue living, Hugh, b. 1865; ed. at Charterhouse, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1890); is Capt. 3rd Batn. Duke of Cornwall's L.I., Beville, b. 1871, Helen Flora: m. 1891, the Rev. Charles Rowland Wynne de Cerjat, V. of Crowan, Cornwall, and has issue living, Helen Dorothy b. 1892, Annie Caroline. Residence, Clowance, Camborne, Cornwall. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. Walter Napleton, b. 1838; ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1863 : m. 18 , Annie, da. of G. Coles, Esq., of Southampton; sat as M.P. for Helston (C) 1880-5, when he unsuccessfully contested Truro Div. of Cornwall. Residence, 7, Philbeach Gardens, Earl's Court, S.W. Chambers, i, Brick Court, E.C. Club, Carlton. Issue of the late Col. St. Aubyn Molesworth, R.E., b. 1800, d. 1858 : m. 1833, Isabella Mar- garet, who d. 1887, da. of Richard Waring, Esq., of Belfast : St. Aubyn, b. 1843; is Lieut. -Col. R.A. : in. 1874, Jane Emily, da. of the late J. P. Magor, Esq., of Lamellen, Cornwall, and has issue living, Edward Algernon, b. 1875, Arthur St. Aubyn, b. 1878. Harriet Lucinda : m. 1890, William Shaw Harriss-Gastrell, Esq., and has issue living, Catherine Edith b. 1891. Elizabeth. Residence, n, Stoke Terrace. Stoke, Devonport. Isabella : m. 1872, Arthur George Fullerton, Esq., Com. R.N. Residence, Great Yarmouth. This family descends from Sir Walter de Molesworth, who in 1270 accompanied Edward I., when Prince Edward, to the Holy Land. The ist baronet, Sir Hender, was Lieut. -Gov. of Jamaica. The and baronet, M.P. for Bossiney, was knighted by Charles II. The 4th baronet sat as M.P. for Newport, Cornwall, 1734, and for Cornwall 1744-61. The 5th and 6th baronets respectively represented Cornwall 1765-75, and 1784-90. The 8th baronet, M.P. for East Cornwall 1832-7, for Leeds 1837-41, and for Southwark 1841-55, was a Privy Councillor, and successively First Commissioner of Works, and Secretary of State for the Colonies. MOLYNEUX, Creation 1730, of Castle Dillon, Armagh. Rev, Sir JOHN CHARLES MOLYNEUX, gth Baronet; b. June 27th, 1843; s. his father, the Rev. .SVrJoHN WILLIAM HENRY, 1879; ed. at Christ's Coll., Camb. (LL.B. 1866); is V. of Portesham : m. 1873, Fanny, da. of the late Edward Jackson, Esq., of Walsoken House, Wisbech, and has issue. ^rras Azure, a cross moline pierced or, in the dexter chief a fleur-de-lis of the last. Crtst An heraldic tiger passant argent, holding in his dexter forepaw a cross moline or. Residence Portesham Vicarage, Dorchester. Sons living EDWARD CHARLES, b. Aug. nth, 1876 William Arthur, b. 1877. John Howard, b. 1878. Daughters living Mary Gertrude Fanny. Emily Jane. Ethel Stuart. Brother living Howard William, b. 1851 : m. ist, 1879, Catherine Eliza- beth, who d. 1889, da. of Isaac Clover, Esq., of Springfield Lodge, Sudbury; 2ndly, 189-, Harriet Eliza, da. of J. Oldring, Esq., of South- wold, and has issue living, (by ist marriage) Theodore Christian, b. 1880. Residence, Eversley, The Common, Southwold, Suffolk. Uncle living (brother of 8th Baronet) Rev. William, b. 1824; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1848, Stat fortuna domus virtute. The fortune of the house stands by its virtue.