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448 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Capt. Richard Francis Gibson Poore, younger brother of 2nd baronet, 6. 1804, d. 1852: in. 1828 Margaret Henrietta Cottnam, who d. 1870, da. of Lieut. -Col. Lauchlan Maclean : Ernest Herbert, b. 1831 ; formerly in Marine Merchant service : i. 1856, Sarah, da. of William Light, Esq., of Southampton. Annette Henrietta Wolff: in. 1850, the Rev. George Richard Bigge, who ti. 1886, and has issue living, Herbert Mordaunt, b. 1861, George Arthur Teesdale, b. 1863, Harold Lowther, b. 1870, Clement Francis Elton, b. 1872, Evelyn Mary Josephine, Beatrice Alice, Florence Annette, Mabel Ethoidreda. Residence, In special remainder to Baronetcy. Grandson of the late John Montagu Poore, Esq., 2nd son of the late Edward Poore, Esq., brother of ist baronet : Issue of the late Robert Montagu Poore, Esq., b. 1804, d. 1837 : m. 1833, Anna Maria (who d. 1865, having in. 2ndly. 1840, Mark Anthony Saurin, Esq., of Carysfort House, Dublin), da. of James Hewitt Massy Dawson, Esq., of Ballinacourte, co. Tipperary : Robert, b. 1834 ; formerly Major Sth Hussars ; is a J.P. and a County Councillor (Whiteparish Div.) for Wilts ; served in Turkey, and in Central India 1858-9 (medal with clasp) : in. 1863, Juliana Benita, da. of the late Rear-Adm. Sir Armar Lowry-Corry, K.C. B., and has issue living, Robert Montagu (Club, Cavalry), b. 1866 ; is Lieut. 7th Hussars, Mark Saurin, b. 1869 : is Capt. 4th Batn. The King's (Liverpool Regt.), Roger Alvin, b. 1870, Philip, b. 1874, Louisa Benita, Anna Maria (Laiiy Pelly) : tn. 1889, Sir Harold Pelly, 4th Bart., Nina Mary Benita. Residence, Old Lodge, Salisbury. Club, United Service. The ancestor of this family, Roger le Poer, Bishop of Salisbury, commonly called "Roger the Great," was Lord Chancellor temp. Henry I., and Lord Treasurer temp. Stephen ; he built Devizes Castle 1126. Salisbury Cathedral was built by Richard Poore, ist Bishop of New Sarum, in 1220, who in 1217 had succeeded his brother, Herbert, the last Bishop of Old Sarum. PORTER, Creation 1889, of Merrion Square, Dublin. Sir GEORGE HORNIDGE PORTER, K.B., M.D., ist Baronet, son of the late William Henry Porter, Esq., Professor of Surgery, R.C.S., Ireland, of Kildare Street, Dublin; b. Nov. 24th, 1822 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1845, M.B. 1846, M.D. 1865, Hon. M.Ch. 1873, Hon. LL.D., Glasgow, 1888); F.R. C.S.I. 1844; M.R.I. A.; is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Wex- ford (High Sheriff 1887), a Surg. in Ord. to H.M. in Ireland, Regius Professor of Surgery in Dublin Univ., Surg. to Meath Hospital, and Consulting Surg. to Steevens's Hospital, and to St. Mark's Ophthalmic and Coombe Lying-in- Hospitals ; Ex-Pres. of R.C.S., Ireland, and a Member of the Council thereof; K.B. 1883 : ;. 1861, Julia, da. of Isaac Bond, Esq., of Flimby, Cumberland, and has issue. Fear God, honour the King, iUms Sable, on a fesse or, between three church bells argent, a trefoil slipped proper, between two annulets gules. Crtst In front of two cross crosslets fitchee saltirewise or, a cherub proper. Residences 3, Merrion Square North, Dublin ; Black Hall, co. Wexford. Clubs Kildare Street, University, Royal St. Gecrge's Yacht. Son living WILLIAM HENRY, b. Aug. 2 3 rd, 1862 ; ed. at Dublin Univ. (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888) ; Bar. King's Inns, Dublin i88S ; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Roy. Irish Regt. Clubs, Dublin University, Royal St. George Yacht. POTTINGER, Creation 1839. Sir HENRY POTTINGER, 3rd Baronet, 2nd son of ist Baronet ; b. June loth, 1834 ; s. his brother, Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM, 1865 ; ed. at Eton, and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1857) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1861 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Durham : m. 1863, Mary Adeline, who d. 1866, da. of the late Rev. Edmund Hector Shipperdson, of Hermitage, '( ; co. Durham, and has issue. Drills Vert, an eastern crown or between three pelicans feeding their young proper ; a canton argent charged with a cross gules ; an escutcheon of pretence, Cooke. Crrst A jr , , j." a-,, dexter arm embowed in armour proper, garnished or, the hand Valor agtttntt d&cultus. g au ntleted and grasping a sword also proper, hiked and pom- melled of the second ; the arm encircled by an eastern crown gules. .Smpportcrs Dexter, a Chinese mandarin habited proper and holding a scroll ; sinister, a Scinde soldier habited and equipped proper, in his exterior nand a Scinde firelock proper. Residence The Pines, Queen's Road, Richmond, Surrey. Clubs University, Wellington.