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From: "John Townsend" <>
Subject: Re: details on ceation of Baronets?
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 20:24:06 +0100
Patrick Payne wrote in message <>...
>Can anyone suggest sources where I might find information on the
>creation of a Baronet in 1812?
>Specifically, I am looking for information on William Payne-Gallwey
>(d. 19 Dec. 1881), 2nd Bart., who succeeded his father (unnamed), 1st
>William Payne-Gallwey m. Emily Anne Frankland, granddau. of Frederick
>Meinhardt Frankland (ca. 1694-1768) and Elizabeth Baudouin (believed
>to have been from Jersey), dau. of Rene Baudouin, Merchant of London.
>Emily Anne Frankland was a niece of Anne Frankland, wife of Thomas
>Pelham, 1st Baron Pelham of Stanmer and 1st Earl Chichester.
>I believe that the 1st Bart., had been a son of Ralph Payne, Chief
>Justice of St. Kitts by his wife Margaret Gallwey, making him a
>half-brother of Ralph Payne, Lord Lavington. However, neither The
>Complete Peerage or The History of Parliament provides details on any
>other sons of Ralph and Margaret (Gallwey) Payne, other than Lord
>Lavington's half-brother, Rear-Admiral John Willett Payne (1752-1803).
>Is there a source similar to CP that gives details on Baronet's?
You can look at a contemporary edition of Debrett's Baronetage, but the
coverage is not as detailed as CP. For example, I see from the 1828 edition
that Payne-Gallwey receives coverage in Vol. 2, p. 639. Unfortunately, I
only have Vol. 1 here.
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