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Hodgson, of Highthorne.
Slingsby, of Scriven Hall.
Smith, of North Ferriby.
Smyth, of Heath Hall.
Smythe, of Linton Spring.
Spencer-Stanhope, of Cannon Hal
and Horsforth Hall. Hutchinson, of Brotton,
Newdigate, of Derwent Hall. Stansfeld, of Burley Wood.
Nicholson, of Roundhay Park. Stansfeld, of Field House.
Stansfeld, of The Manor House.
Stansfeld, of Moorlands. Ingham, of Blake Hall.
Norton, of Kettlethorpe Hall. Stansfeld, of Settle. Ingham, of Marton House.
Nowell-Usticke, of Trepley House. Stapylton, of Myton Hall. Ingilby, of Kettlethorpe.
Osborne, of Hornby Castle. Starkey, of Woodhouse.
Paley, of Bishopton Grange. Staveley, of Old Sleningford.
Stephens, of Foston Hall.
Stourton, of Holme Hall.
Strickland, of Hildenley Hall and Kay, of Farfield Hall.
Partington, of Wath-upon-Dearne. Boynton.
Stuart-Wortley, of Overton House. Lane-Fox, of Brambam Park. Peel, of Ackworth Park.
Sutherland-Walker, of Crow Nest. Lane-Fox, of Oran House.
Peel, of Knowlmere Manor. Swainston - Strangwayes, of Alre Langdale, of Houghton Park, Pennyman, of Ormesby Hall.
Pilkington, of Chevet Park. Swire, of Convnley Hall.
Sykes, of Sledmere.
Talbot, of Burley.
Taylor, of Basball Hall.
Taylor, of Kirkbam Abbey.
Tempest, of Broughton Hall.
Tempest, of Tong Castle.
Tennant, of Kildwick Hall.
Tew, of Crofton Hall.
Radcliffe, of Rudding Park. Thompson, of Kirby Hall.
Topham, of Middleham Hall.
Tufton, of Skipton Castle.
Turton, of Upsall, Larpool Hall,
and Ugthorpe Lodge. Lockley, of Baildon Lodge. Rawson, of Mill House.
Vansittart, of Kirkleatham. Lonsdale, of Thorleby House. Rawson, of Nidd Hall.
Van Straubenzee, of Spennithorne. Lowther, of Swillington House and Read, of Hayton.
Vavasour, of Hazlewood Castle, Wilton Castle.
Read, of Sutton-on-Derwent. Varasour, of Spaldington Hail. Machell, of Marton.
Rhodes, of Bramhope Hall. Vyner, of Newby Hail. Mahon, of Rose Hill.
Richardson - Currer, of Eshton Wainman, of Carr Head. Maister, of Skeffling:
Waldy, of Esglescliffe. Markham, of Becca Hall.
Richardson - Wormley, of Ricall Walker, of Sand Hutton. Marshall, of Headingley House.
Walker, of Clifton House. Martin-Edmunds, of Worsborough. Riddell, of Bootbam House. Wallace, of Anderby Hall. Mauleverer, of Arncliffe Hall. Rivis, of Newstead House.
Waterhouse, of Wellhead.
Waterhouse, of Hope Hall.
Waud, of Manston Hall and
Chester Court. Micklethwait, of Ardsley.
Russell, of Thirkelby Park. Webb, of Pepper Hall. Middelton, of Birdsall and Settring. Rutson, of Newby Wiske.
Wells, of Booth-Ferry House. ton. St. Leger, of Park Hill.
Wentworth, of Woolley Park. Middelton, of Linton Spring. St. Quintin, of Scampston Hall. Wentworth, of Wentworth Castie. Middelton, of Stockfield Park and Salt, of Methley Park.
Wharton, of Skelton Castle.
Wheler, Ledstone Hall.
Whitacre, of Woodhouse.
Scott, of Sendhurst Grange. Whitaker, of North Deighton.
Whitehead, of Selby.
Whitehead, of Southside.
Serjeantson, of Hanlith and Camp Whittell, of Helmsley Lodge. Miluer, of Aldwarke Hall.
Whytehead, of Crayke. Milnes, of Fryston and Bawtry Shawe, of Brantingham.
Wickham, of Kirklees Hail. Hall.
Shuttleworth, of Hathersage Hall. Wilberforce, of Markington Giange. Mitford, of Mitford Castle. Simpson, of Castle Lodge.
Wilkinson, of Winterbourne Hall. Monckton, of Hodroyd Hall. Simpson, of Foston Hall.
Wilson, of Eshton Hall.
York, of Beverley Hall and Halton
Wilson-Todd, of Tranby Hall. Wood, of Hollin Hall.
Worsley, of Horingham Hall. Winn, of Nostell Priory.
Wrighton, of Cusworth. Witham, of Lartington Hall. Wyvill, of Constable Burton. Wombwell, of Newburgh Park and Yarburgh, of Heslington Hall. Wombwell.
Yarker, of Leyburn Hall. Wood, of Conyngham Hall.
Yates, of Wickersley Hall. Wood, of Hickleton Hall.
York, of Wighill Park.
MAN, ISLE OF. Christian, of Milntown. Simpson, of The Cliffe.
ALTERATIONS DURING PRINTING.
ADAIR, Sir Robert Shafto, Bart.
His eldest son is Col. E. Suffolk Artillery, and
ASHBURNHAM, Hon. Thomas, C.B.
m. 1860 Adelaide Georgiana, only dau. of Lord Foley.
ADAIR, Hugh Edward, Esq.
ASTELL, Colonel Richard William (of Everton m. 1856 his cousin Harriet Camilla, dau. of A.
House). Adair, Esq., of Heatherton. For Oriental,' read Was b. in 1804 ; he is a Magistrate and Dep. Lieut. University.'
for Beds, and a Col. in the Army, and formerly
commanded the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier ADAM, W. P., Esq. (of Blair Adam).
Guards ; he is a member of the Carlton and United Has a son and heir, b. 1859.
Service Clubs, S.W. ADDINGTON, Right Hon. Henry Unwin.
ASTLEY, Sir Francis Dugdale, Bart. Erase at · Berlin, April-September, 1813, at Stock
Served as High Sheriff of Wilts 1859. holm, 1813-14.' For '1822-5' read 1823-5.' For "1829-31' read "1829-33.' For Travel- ATHERTON, William, Esq., Q.C. lers'' read 'Athenæum.' Erase “heir, his son Was appointed Solicitor-General Dec. 1859, and Henry, b. 1837.'
received the honour of Knighthood 1860. ALEXANDER, Sir Robert, Bart.
AVONMORE, Viscount. d. 1859.
His eldest son d. 1860.
ARCHDALL, Edward, Esq. (of Riversdale).
His wife Matilda d. 1859. For ‘Humphreys,'
read 'Humphrys.' ARGYLL, the Duke of. Was appointed Lord Privy Seal 1859.
BALDOCK, Edward Holmes, Esq.
Is son of the late E. H. Baldock, Esq. ; his mother was Mary, dau. of W. Gorringe, Esq.
BANKES, Edmund George, Esq. (of Studland | BENTINCK, Sir Henry John William, K.C.B. Manor).
Was appointed a Groom in Waiting to Her Mad. 1860.
BANNERMAN, Sir Alexander, Bart.
Was b. in 1823, not 1822.
BERESFORD, Sir George de la Poer, Bart.
For Clontitret' read Clontibret.'
BANTRY, Earl of.
BERESFORD, the Rev. John George. His brother and heir pres., William Henry Hare, Was Vicar of St. Andrew's, Whittlebury, 1846-9. educated at Downing Coll., Cambridge (M.A. 182-); is a Magistrate and Dep. Lieut. for co. Cork, and BERESFORD-HOPE. Lieutenant-Colonel commanding W. Cork Artillery.
(See Ilope.) BARHAM, Rev. Charles Henry.
BERKELEY, Robert, Esq. (of Spetchley Park. Address---for · Trecion' read Trecwn.'
His son has a son and heir, b. 1859. BASSET, John Francis, Esq., of Tehidy.
BETHUNE, Sir John Trotter Lindsay, Bart. For 'aunt,' read 'relative,' and for • Ralph de m. 1858 Jeanne, dau, of Mons. J. V. Duval, of Dunstanville,' read “Thurstan Bassett ;' the post- Bordeaux. His brother Martin William, d. 1859. town of Tehidy is now · Redruth, not ‘Truro.
BEVAN, George Phillips, Esq., M.D. (of Cefn BASTARD, Baldwin John Pollexfen, Esq.
Mawr). Is also a Dep. Lieut for Devon.
Is also a Dep. Lieut. for co. Brecon. BASTARD, Thomas Horlock, Esq.
BIDDULPH, Sir Theophilus William, Bart. Has a dau., b. 1859.
The Heir Pres. to this latter is bis cousin Edward
Theopbilus Price, not his uncle Edward, as stated. BATEMAN, Colthurst, Esq. (of Bartholey House).
BIEDERMANN, Rev. William Henry. d. 1859.
The reader is requested to substitute the following
for what appears on p. 724 :-Only son of the late BATEMAN, Hugh Willoughby, Esq. (of Har
Rev. George Augustus Biedermann, M.A., Rector tington Hall).
of Dantsey, Wilts, and of St. Michael and Fleming. d. 1860.
stone, co. Glamorgan, by Helen, dau, of William Price, Esq., of Gloucester; b. 1814 ; . 1842
Jemima, only dau. of the late Admiral John S. BEACH, William Wither Bramston, Esq.
Carden. Educated at Pembroke Coll., Oxford Has a son and heir, b. 1859. The reader will
(B.A. 1839); is Rector of Ramoan, co. Antrim, please also to add the following in the text in loco. and Chancellor of the Diocese of Connor, and a This family is descended from a Wiltshire branch
Surrogate ; was formerly Vicar of Egham, Surrey. of the De la Beches, of Aldworth, Berks.
This family is of German extraction. - Ramoan
Glebe, near Ballycastle, co. Antrim.
Has a dau., b. 1860. Is a Dep. Lieut. for the W. BIGNOLD, Sir Samuel, Knt.
BLAKE, Sir Henry Charles, Bart.
BLAKE. His mother was Diana, eldest dau. and heir of
(See Jex-Blake.) Sir Thomas Wentworth Blackett, Bart., of Bretton Hall.
BLUNT, Edward Walter, Esq. (of Kempshott). BEDFORD, Duke of.
d. 1860. Appointed Lord Lieutenant of Beds 1859.
BONSALL, Rev. Isaac.
His son Thomas is a Dep. Lieut. for co. Cardigan, BEECROFT, George Skirrow, Esq. (of Kirk. stall Abbey).
BOOTH, Sir Williamson, Bart. m. 1st 1835 Septima Garland, dau. of Thomas Add to address-10, Chichester Terrace, Brighton, Butler, Esq., of Kirkstall, co. York (she d. 1837); 2nd 1842 Mary Isabella, &c., as in the text. He BOSANQUET, Samuel Richard, Esq. has by the latter a son and heir George, b. 184-.
Is a Dep. Lieut. for co. Monmouth. BENDYSHE, John, Esq.
BOSS, Captain John George (of Otterington). For · Banington Hall’ read Barrington Hall.' Is deceased.