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Armstrong of Garry. Wm. Bigoe Armstrong's

death is twice recorded as occurring before his

second marriage !


Atkinson of Morland. For “ Wm. Clarke of

NOTES :- Burke's 'Landed Gentry,' 1-Lockhart of Lee, 3-

Inns of Chancery-Mrs. Siddons's Descendants, 4-French Belford ” read Clark.

Leave, 5—"A sleeveless errand"-Nautical Epitaph-Cole- Bagshawe of Ford Hall. "See Milnes of Fris.

ridge's Lectures, 6–“Eat one's hat,” 7.

ton." No such pedigree has appeared in Burke's

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
of De Worde-Voltaire's Editors---Harvard, Louvre Gallery Evan, of Aberiachan.” Nonsense.
-"Averse to" - Stonor : Shirley, 8-'Adventures of a
French Bog'-Georgian Palaces — Ancient Burial-place-

“Hagmerle." Query Haymerle.
Sheldon and Mun-O'Donovan Pedigree-Bas-relief-Sect of

Baillie of Redcastle. For “Col. D. J. Baillie

Israelites-Coloured Designs-Shovell - Gabriel Fiessinger-

Jubilee Snuff-Box, 9- Shelley's 'Prometheus'- Garnet- Anne Burnaby” read Anna Glentworth

Authors Wanted, 10.


REPLIES :-“Woman or "Lady," 10-Altar Linen, 12–

Barker of Fairford. For " Harriet Ives Barker

Byron - Elephant - Bell of Flax - French Equivalent to m. Rev. F. Rice” read fifth Baron Dynevor.
"Queen Anne is dead,"14-McWilliam-Registers of Births Baskervile of Clyro.
- Date of Engraving-Original of French Ballad-Date of

Meliora, b. 1731, m.
Birth of Richard, Duke of York, 15–Paraguayan Tea-

Lawyer and Warrior, 16 — Congers — “Experto crede". Basset of Tebidy.

“ Francis Basset m. (1)

Parish Registers – Customs connected with the Plague-

Suicide of Animals, 17–Imp of Lincoln-Morton and Knox Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Thomas Spencer and widow

- Beaver – New Monthly Magazine'-Jokes on Death, 18 of Sir Samuel Garrard, Bart.” This is opposed

- Social Position of the Clergy, 19.

to and unconfirmed by the pedigrees of Spencer

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.'
Pankhurst's Wisdom of Burke' Allbut's 'London

Bassett of Bonvilstone. “Rev. Charles Rumsey,


Knight, of,” &c.!

Notices to Correspondents, &c.

Bateman of Bartoley. “James Erdington.".

Eddington in the pedigree of Fitzmaurice of



Bedingfield of Ditchingham. Philip Bedingfield

died 1791, but his son was born 1793 !

Bernard of Castle Bernard. For “ widow of


Richard Humphreys ” read Mathew Humfrey.

Having already on a former occasion (6th S. vi. Beynon of Trewern. (Arms) a word omitted.

424) expressed my opinion as to the merits and Birch of Wretham. “Sir Wadsworth Bush."

demerits of recent editions of this work, it is Query Busk ?
enough to say that this, the latest edition, is Blair Imrie of Lunan. For “Vaurenen " read
neitber better nor worse than its predecessors. Vanrenen.
Subjoined is a list of emendations in the text of

Col. Arthur, “Resident at Baroda," an

the fifth and sixth editions which have been office he never held.

brought to the notice of Sir Bernard Burke, but Blencowe of Marston, St. Lawrence. Samuel

which unfortunately have not been made use of in Wm. Blencowe, b. 1714. His elder brother b. 1780.

the seventh edition. Regard to space induces me Bond of Creech Grange (footnote). Was the

to state these emendations in the briefest possible baronetcy extinct in 1676 ? Cf. Burke's 'Extinct



Abbey of Measham. For“ Rev. Tho. Burnaby” Boultbee of Springfield. For “ Charlotte A.
read Rev. Tho. Beaumont Burnaby.

Boultbee m. Lieut.-Col. Dundas " read Lieut.-Col.
Adams of Bowdon. “Sir G. P. Adams m. Thomas Dundas, of Carron Hall.
Elizabeth, dau, and coh, of Sir Wm. Elford, Bt.,"

Rev. J. W. Bree.” Elsewhere given
but the Elford baronetcy (Burke's 'Extinct as J. H. Bree.
Baronetage,' p. 601) shows no such dau. and coh. Brewster of Greenstead. W. T. G. Thurlow,

Adams of Clifton. “M. June 3, 1787.” If this great-grandson of Lord Chancellor Thurlow, but

date refers to Mary Tufnell's marriage it is clearly the Lord Chancellor died unmarried.

wroog; if to Mary Anne Davis's marriage, it is out Brinkley of Knockmaroon. For“ G. A. Rother-

of place.

ham" read Rotheram.

Ancketill of Ancketill Grove. Rev. John R. Brockman of Beachborough. For "Rev. K. C.

Banbury succeeded to the baronetcy in 1851. Bayley, rector of Chopford,” read Copford.

Archbold of Davidstone. James Archbold m. Brooke of Dromovana.

For Rev. John

Mary Power, but in the pedigree of Power of Brooke” read Rev. John Michael Brooke.
Faithlegg her name is Catherine Georgina. Browne of Bronwylfa. General Sir Thomas H.

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