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Subject: Re: details on ceation of Baronets?
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 17:33:04 EST
This is not a Medieval question, nevertheless look at an edition of Burkes
Peerage and Baronetage (e.g. 1938 edition page 1069-70 which gives you the
details you require), look under Gallway not Payne, however, to my surprise,
they are not in the current edition (1999) which indicates the title and
family has died out, it cannot be too many years ago that I had dealings with
what must have been the last of them.
Patrick Payne wrote;
> 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?
> Patrick Payne