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QUERIES :- Highland Families-John of Cyprus-Calvert- ' Landed Gentry for many editions.
"The Orders of Friars,' 7- Craftsman'- Richardype-Arms Baillie of Docbfour. “ General Charles Baillie
“Hagmerle." Query Haymerle.
Baillie of Redcastle. For “Col. D. J. Baillie
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Meliora, b. 1731, m.
“ Francis Basset m. (1)
NOTES ON BOOKS :-Ebsworth's · Cavalier Lyrics'-Rye's of Yarnton and Garrard of Lamer in Burke's
Norris's Three Norfolk Armories '- Ingram’s ‘Poe' Extinct Baronetage.'
Bassett of Bonvilstone. “Rev. Charles Rumsey,
Eddington in the pedigree of Fitzmaurice of
died 1791, but his son was born 1793 !
Bernard of Castle Bernard. For “ widow of
Having already on a former occasion (6th S. vi. Beynon of Trewern. (Arms) a word omitted.
demerits of recent editions of this work, it is Query Busk ?
Col. Arthur, “Resident at Baroda," an
Abbey of Measham. For“ Rev. Tho. Burnaby” Boultbee of Springfield. For “ Charlotte A.
Boultbee m. Lieut.-Col. Dundas " read Lieut.-Col.
Rev. J. W. Bree.” Elsewhere given
Adams of Clifton. “M. June 3, 1787.” If this great-grandson of Lord Chancellor Thurlow, but
Ancketill of Ancketill Grove. Rev. John R. Brockman of Beachborough. For "Rev. K. C.
Mary Power, but in the pedigree of Power of Brooke” read Rev. John Michael Brooke.