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388 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. MONTEFIORE, Creation 1886, of Worth Park, co. Sussex. Sir FRANCIS ABRAHAM MONTEFIORE, ist Baronet, son of the late Joseph Mayer Montefiore, Esq., of Worth Park, Sussex ; b. Oct., 1860 ; ed. at Wellington Coll. : ;//. 1888, Marian, da. of Mons. William de Gutmann, of Vienna. $rms Argent, a cedar-tree between two mounts of flowers proper ; on a chief azure a dagger erect proper, pommel and hilt or, between two mullets of six points gold. Crest Two mounts as in the arms, therefrom issuant a demi- lion or supporting a flagstaff proper thereon hoisted a forked pennon flying towards the sinister, inscribed "Jerusalem" in Hebrew characters. ^Supporters Dexter, a lion guardant, or ; sinister, a stag proper ; each supporting a flagstaff, a pennon flying therefrom to the sinister inscribed in Hebrew characters. Seat Worth Park, Crawley, Sussex. Town Residence 42 Upper Grosvenor Street, W. Clubs Carlton. Marlborough, Bachelors'. MONTGOMERY, Creation 1808, of The Hall, Donegal. Sir HUGH CONYNGHAM GASTON MONTGOMERY, 4th Baronet; b. Oct. 1 8th, 1847; s. his father. Adin. Sir ALEXANDER LESLIE, 1888 ; formerly Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards; retired as Brevet Major 1883; was sometime A.D.C. to Viceroy of Ireland (Duke of Marlborough). gkrms Quarterly: ist and 4th, azure, three fleurs-de-lis or ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, three rings gold, gemmed azure, the whole within a bordure argent charged with eight trefoils slipped vert ; on an escutcheon surtout argent, a tilting spear and sword in saltire proper. Crest On a chapeau a dexter arm in armour, the hand grasping a tilting spear broken, the point hanging down all proper. Residence?!,, Aldford Street, Park Lane, W. Clubs Travellers', Army and Navy. Rgtt- Brother living ALEXANDER CECIL, I. Aug. 2nd, 1859. dence, 56, Cadogan Place, S.W. Club, St. Stephens. Sisters living Evelyn Rose: m. Lieut. -Col. Louis Charles Augustus Adrian de Cetto, formerly R.A., and has issue living, Arthur, /'. 1876, Henry, /;. 1879, Vere, b. 1881, Melanie, Gladys. Residence, Brook Lodge, Holmwopd, Surrey. Florence Sophia. Mabel Rachel Mary: m. 1885, the Rev. Reginald Bridges Knatchbull-Hugessen [see Knatchbull, Bart.]. Residence, The Rectory, West Grinstead. Ethel Hamilton. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) Alfred, b. 18 ; formerly a Commr. of Inland Revenue : m. 1842, the Hon. Fanny Charlotte Wyndham, el. da. of rst Baron Leconfield, and has issue living, Edith : m. 1871, George Henry Finch, Esq., M.P., of Burley-on-the-Hill, Oakham, Rutland [D. Beaufort], Sybil (of 18, Cadogan P'ace, S.W.): HI. 1866, the 8th Marquess of Queensberry, from whom she obtained a divorce 1887. Residence, 44, Hertford Street, Mayfair, W. Clubs, Turf, Travellers'. Aunts living (daughters of ist baronet) Marian Emily (Hon. Mrs. Grantham Yorke): m. 1830, the Very Rev. the Hon. Grantham Munton Yorke, D.D., Dean of Worcester, who d. 1879 [see E. Hardwicke]. Residence, Hillthorpe, Great Malvern. Matilda (Han. Mrs. William Law): m. 1846, the Hon. William Towry Law, who d. 1886 [see B. Ellenborough]. Residence, Hampton Court Palace. Widow living Of 3rd Baronet CAROLINE ROSE (Lady Montgomery), da. of James Campbell, Esq., of Hampton Court ; m. 1840, Adm. Sir Alexander Leslie Montgomery, 3rd baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, 56, Cadogan Place, S.W. This family is descended from the 3rd son of the ist Earl of Eglinton. Sir Henry Conyngham, the ist baronet, greatly distinguished himself in the war with Tippoo Sultan, and was subsequently successively M.P. for St. Michael's, Yarmouth, and co. Donegal. The 2nd baronet, the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Conyngham, was a Member of the Council of India 1858-76. GRAHAM-MONTGOMERY, Creation 1801, of Stanhope, Peeolesshire. Sir GRAHAM GRAHAM-MONTGOMERY, 3rd Baronet; b. July 29th, 1823; s. his father, Sir JAMES, 1839; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B. A. 1845, M.A. 1864) ; is Lord-Lieut, of Kinross, Vice-Lieut, of Peeblesshire, and Maj.-Gen. Roy. Co. of Archers; sat as M.P. for Peeblesshire 1852-68. and for Selkirkshire and Peeblesshire ( C) 1 868-80, and was defeated there 1880 and 1885; was a Junior Lord of the Treasury 1 866-8 and 1880, and Lieut. Midlothian Yeo. Cav. 1850-54 : m. 1845, Alice, who d. 1890, da. of the late John James Hope-Johnstone, Esq., M.P. [see E. Hopetoun, colls.], and has issue. Matron of One Jibing Shapwick V. with Ashcott P.C., Somerset. JSrms Quarterly, azure and gules, on a cross wavy, between, in ist and 4th quarter, three fleurs-de-lis or, and, in the 2nd and 3rd, as many annulets or, gemmed azure, a mullet between four crescents of the last. Crest A