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440 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Hie et aliubi. Here and else-where. PIGOTT, Creation 1808, of Knapton, Queen's County. Sir CHARLES ROBERT PIGOTT, 3rd Baronet; b. April I3th, 1835 ; s. his father, Sir THOMAS, 1847 ; formerly Lieut, goth Regt. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Bucks ; served in Crimean war (severely wounded, medal with clasp, and Medjidie) : m, ist, 1856, Mary Louisa, who d. 1873, da. of the late Capt. C Hallowell Carew, R.N., of Beddington Park, Surrey ; 2ndly, 1880, Margaret Mary Pole, da. of Sydney Cosby, Esq., of Stradbally Hall, Queen's co., and widow of Capt. John Chidley Coote (43rd Regt.), son of Sir Charles Coote, gth Baronet, and has issue by ist marriage. j^rms Ermine, three lozenges in'fesse sable, a crescent for difference. Crest A wolfs head erased proper, collared or. Residence Wexham Park, near Slough. Clubs Army and Navy, Royal Victoria Yacht. Son living CHARLES BERKELEY, D.S.O., b. Jan. i 3 th, 1859; is Capt. and Brevet Major 2ist Hussars ; served in Zulu war 1879 (medal with clasp), in Boer War 1881, in Egyptian war 1882 (dangerously wounded, medal, bronze star, sth class Medjidie, promoted), and in E. Soudan campaign 1884 (2 clasps), with Nile Expedition 1884-5 ( 2 clasps), and on W. Coast of Africa 1887-8 (D.S.O.): tn. 1886, Fanny Ada, da. of the Rev. Wellesley Pole Pigott (infra), and has issue living, Florence Ada Cecile, b. 1890. Club, Naval and Military. Sister living Mary Elizabeth. Residence, Cambrian Villa, Richmond, Surrey. Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet) Charlotte. Residence, Ripley House, Ripley, Surrey. Salisbury Harriet : m. 1838, Gustave Franz Albrecht, Count of Sayn Wittgenstein Sayn, who d. 1846, and has issue living, Countess Eleonore Ludovica Casimire : m. 1884, Otto Emile Charles, Prince of Sayn Wittgenstein, of Berleburg, Westphalia, Countess Leontine Louise Caroline : m. 1 8 , Charles Hans Constantin, Count of Konigsmark Plane, of Chateau de Plane, Prussia, and has issue living, Count Hans b. 18 : is Lieut, ist Prussian Dragoon Guards, Countess Elisabeth, Countess Alice : tn. 1890, Baron von Hissing, Col. Prussian Garde du Corps, Countess Eleonore, Countess Maria. Residence, Tegernsee, Bavaria. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late William Pigott, Esq., 3rd son of ist baronet, b. 1804, d. 1875 : in. ist, 1827, Harriet, who d. 1838, da. of Gen. Christopher Jeaffreson, of Dullingham House ; 2ndly, 1847, Charlotte Maria, who d. 1884, widow of ist Baron Keane, and da. of Col. Boland : Ada : ;;/. 1853, John Dunn-Gardner, Esq., and has issue living, Algernon Charles Wyndham {Club, Arthur's), b. 1853, Ada Marieta. Residence, 37, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Harriet. Issue (by 2nd marriage) of the late Rev. Wellesley Pole Pigott, 4th son of ist baronet, b. 1808, d. 1890 : tit. ist, 1845, Maria, who d. 1851, da. of the late Adm. Lord Henry Paulet, G.C.B. ; 2ndly, 1858, Fanny (now of 9, Tedworth Square, S.W.), da. of the late Bernard Granville, Esq., of Wellesbourne Hall, Warwick : Wellesley George, b. 1861 ; is Capt. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own), and Adj. 3rd Vol. Batn. E.>sex Regt. : tn. 1891, Helen Louise, da. of the late Capt. Thomas Donaldson, 3rd Hussars, and widow of Capt. F. W. Ind, R.A. Henry A'Court, b. 1870: ed. at Wellington Coll., and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1^91). Fanny Ada : m. 1886, Major Charle Berkeley Pigott (ante). The ist baronet, Sir George, was son of Major-Gen. Thomas Pigott, M.P., of Knapton, Queen's co. MILBORNE-SWTNNERTON-PILKINGTON, Creation 1635, of Chevet Park, Yorkshire. Sir LIONEL MILBORNE-SWINNERTON-PILKINGTON, nth Bzroiwt ; b. 1835 ; s. his brother. Sir WILLIAM MIL- BORXE, 1855 ; ed. at Charterhouse ; is a D.L. of W. Riding of York; was High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1859 ; assumed in 1856, by royal license, the additional surnames of Milborne-Swinner- ton : m. 1857, Isabella Georgiana Elizabeth, da. of the late Rev. Charles Kinleside, R. of Poling, and has issue.

itron of <too JEibings Wonastow V., Monmouthshire ; Butterton V.,

Staffordshire. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent, a cross flory, voided gules, Pilkington ; 2nd, argent, a cross forme flettrette sable, surmounted by a bend engrailed gules, Siuinnerton ; 3rd, per pale, argent and gules, a cross patonce between, in the sinister chief and dexter base two leopards' faces counter- Honestae gloria fax changed, Milborne. Crtsts ist, on a mount vert a boar passant argent, mentis. charged with a cross forme fleurette sable ; 2nd, a mower with his scythe Glory is the incentive o/"P r P er habited per pale argent and sable ; 3rd, a demi-lion per fesse argent an honorable mind. an ^ S u ' es > holding between the paws a leopard's face of the first. Seats Chevet Park, Wakefield ; Butterton Hall, Newcastle-under- Lyme ; Wonastow Court, Monmouth. Clubs Carlton, Yorkshire. SOUS living THOMAS EDWARD, /,. 1857; ed. at Eton, andatCh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883); is Capt. 2nd Batn. King's Roy. Rifle Corps. C'xcs, Carlton Bachelors'. Ernest Milborne,