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1876 




PATENT 
SUN BURNERS.' 



STRODE & CO., 

MANUFACTORY, FOUNDRY, AND OFFICES : 

19, OSNABURGH STREET, REGENT'S PARK, NAY 

SHOW ROOMS:- 

67, ST, PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, E.G. & 32, COCKSPUR ST, 
GAS ENGINEERS, FITTERS, & CONTRACTOj 

Manufacturers of every description of 

Gas Fittings, Gas Stoves, 

Gas Chandeliers, Gas Cooking Stov< 

Gas Regulators, Gas Baths. 



Patentees and Manufacturers of the Improved 
VENTILATING SUN BURNER and SELF-ACTING V, 
for PREVENTING DOWN DRAUGHT. 







Gas Works suitable for Private Mansions, Railway SI 



INI I O CHRONOMETERS, 
WATCHES, a*i CLOCKS have long held 
pre-eminent rank, as may be seen from Re- 
ports of various scientific persons : 

[E ASTRONOMER ROYAL, (sir G. B. AIRY,) m 

his Report to the Admiralty (13th Of AugUSt, 1870) on the forty 
Chronometers entered for annual competition, says of M. F. DENT'S Chro- 
nometer 

THIS IS THE FINEST CHRONOMETER WE HAVE 
EVER HAD ON TRIAL." 

3.B. The LATE ASTRONOMER ROYAL (J. POVD, Esq.), reporting in 1839 on the 
rated public trial, by order of the Lords of the Admiralty, which lasted thirteen 
i, during which nearly 500 Chronometers were tested; says : 

' Your Chronometer, No. 114, is entitled to the First Premium. Actual variation in 
ear 54 hundredths of a second. This is superior to any other yet tried." 

IE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL ASTRONOMER, 

M. STRUVE, of St. Petersburgh, reporting upon 81 Chronometers tested by the 
Russian Chr.onometrical Expedition, in 1843, says : 

"The DENT CHRONOMETERS have held FIRST RANK in a brilliant manner. 
They contributed, beyond dispute, THE MOST EFFECTUALLY to the exactitude of 
the results. 

"M. STRUVE." 

By Command of the Emperor, the Russian Gold Medal of the Highest Order of Merit 
was presented to Mr. DENT. 

B WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, Inventor of the 

Armstrong Gun says : 

"9, HYDE PARK STREET, W., 14/A November, 1861. 

"The Chronometer Watch you made for me in December, 185p, has never 
been affected by travelling or riding; its variation at the end of a year was only 
45 seconds. It has proved in every respect a most satisfactory Watch. 

"W. G. ARMSTRONG. 

'Mr. M. P. DENT, 

33, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross." 



3, Cockspur Street, 

CHARING CROSS, LONDON. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN EDGINGTON & CO., 

(Established 1805) 

MARQUEE, TENT, AND FLAG MAKERS 

TO THE ROYAL FAMILY, 
Contractors to tlie Admiralty, <fcc., 

MANUFACTUKEKS OF 

PATENT RICK CLOTHS, VAN TILTS, SACKS, ROPES, NETS, TWINES, Ac., 
48, Long Lane, West Smitlifield, London ; 

MANUFACTORY 1O8, OLD KENT ROAD, SOUTH WARK. 
O ST SALE OB HIKE. 




INTEIUO" OF BALL-ROOM. 



rnEMPORARY ROOMS and Marquees of all/T>A.TENT TENTS without ropes or lines of 
J_ dimensions on hire. Displacement of fur- ML any kinds, adapted for the Lawn, of 

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niture may be avoided by the use of thes* tem- 
porary erections on the occasion of the WED- 
DING, COMING of AGE, EVENING PA RTY. 
BALL, DINNER, or FESTIVAL of any kind; 
They can be had lined, decorated, fitted with 
mirrors, securely floored with boards for danc- 
ing, lighted by chandeliers, and warmed to 
any degree. Estimates on application. 



either striped or plain material. JOHN 
EDGINGTON & CO., Sole Manufacturers 
From 4 4s. 

BANNERS and Flags of best Workman- 
ship made to order, in silk or Bunting, 
emblazoned with family arms, crest, devices, 
or mottoes. 



BANNERETS, Flags, and Shields on Hire. vT Tent for the Garden is a Square Tent. 
Specially adapted for the decoration of From 6 ft. square, 4 4s. Can be had fitted 



buildings, carriage drives, terraces, &c. 



MARQUEES, for FETES, Flower Shows. 
Bazaars, Dinners, &c., on hire. Draped 
Stalls or Tables and Seats provided. 

GARDEN PARTIES. MARQUEES and 
TENTS of all sizes and kinds on HIRE. 



"PATENT CIRCULAR RICK CLOTHS, ex- 

JL panding to suit Corn Ricks of all sizes. 
Sole makers, JOHN EDGINGTON & CO. 



(^\ ARDEN TENTS. The most convenient 



with table, and where space is limited, with- 
out the outside lines. 

itterns on 



O TRIPED TENTS, all the new patterns OB 
O h-*nd. puitnhle for Tents of either shape. 
1\/| AKQUEKbfor Cricket Clubs, from 18ft 
1VJ_ by 12 ft., 12 12s. Second-hand ones 
are generally on sale. Prices on application. 



CONSERVATORY COVERS of PATENT 
J FRIGI DOMO for protection against 
'r-st<* and sun. Blinds of every description. 



JOHN EDGINGTON & CO., 

48, LONG LANE, WEST SMITHFIELD, LONDON; 

Manufactory 108, OldKent Road, Southwark. West End Agency 18, Piccadilly, W 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



LONDON, 




BRADFORD'S PATENT 



VIENNA, 



"VOWEL 



1862. 



Washing Machinery. 




1873. 



Tlic " Vowel " Washing Machine lias always been sent out upon trial before payment 
find now, although its value is universally known, we shall continue to do so, that intending 
purchasers may satisfy themselves of its superior value. 

No Family, where the washing is done at home, should be without a suitable sized 
"Vowel" Machine. 




"Vowel" E, combining 1 Washing, 
Wringing, and Mangling, 9. 



"PREMIER" BOX MANGLE. 

5ft., 12 10s. 6 ft., 14 10s. 

The most perfect Box Mangle that is made. 

For Steam Power extra. 
For further particulars and lirg-er sizes, Hand Power and Steam Power, see General 
Illustrated Catalogue, sent on application free by post. 

Book of Implements and 
Machines for the House, 
Garden, Dairy, Stable, and 
Laundry, also forwarded free 
by post on application. 





"Vowel" A, 3 17s. 6d. 
No. 1 Wringing and Maudlin" "Acorn" Wringor, to Fit Witli Wringer complete 
Machine, 4 5s. on Tub, 28s., 44". 6 Is. 6d. 

THOMAS BRADFORD & CO., 

140, 142, & 143, HIGH HOLBORN, 

LONDON; 

CRESCENT IRON WORKS, 
1867 SALFOED, MANCHESTEE. 





DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SADDLERY, HARNESS, HORSE CLOTHING, &c. 

SADDLEES BY **&> jS& ^^fc. APPOIKTMEST. 





URCH 

& 
CO., 

(ESTABLISHED 1835) 

84, LONG ACRE, LONDON, W.C., 

Notify to the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry, that every article of Saddlery, Harness, &c., 
is manufactured upon the premises, under their immediate superintendence, by first-class 
workmen, and of superior materials. 

Manufacturers of Cavalry, Artillery, and Rifle Corps Appointments, New Regulation 
Army Saddles, Bridles, Spurs. Bits, and Chains ; all descriptions of Horse Clothing and 
Stable Furniture. 
A LARGE ASSORTMENT KEPT IN STOCK. CONTRACTS TAKEN BY AGREEMENT. 




URCH & CO., 84, LONG ACRE, LONDON, W.C. 




ESTABLISHED ^gKjffJftOvJ' 100 

The Martini Eifle, Revolvers, and Breech-loading Guns. 



FIELD & SONS, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

IMPROVED BREECH-LOADING GUNS AND RIFLES 

Of superior finish and shooting qualities. 

GUNS, PISTOLS, AND EIFLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

AIR GUNS, AMMUNITION, CARTRIDGE CASES. 

PARKER FIELD & SONS, 

JrUfie fEakns to f^er Jfttejcsts, tlje |on.l2ast 3mTriao.,!!.3sl.fU. tljc late prince Consort, &c., vVr., 

No. 233, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. 



Guns and Rifles converted to Breech-loaders (various systems). 

P. F. & SONS arc also contractors to the Police for Truncheons, Cutlasses, Pistols, 
Handcuffs, and all articles used by the Police. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ANDERSON, ABBOTT, & ANDERSON 

nftra 



"Waterproofs for all Climates. 
The Sporting Coat. 
Hunting Coats and Leggings. 
Fishing Coats with Skirts to 
shorten at pleasure. 



Fishing Boo s. 
Fishing Trousers. 
Fishing Stockings. 
Ground Shf ets. 
Waterproof Bugs. 



Fishing Brogues. India Rubber Belts. 



SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

REGULATION WATERPROOF GLOAK 

AND THE 

REGULATION VALISE, 

(Sir Garnet Wolselcy* s Pattern"] 

AGENTS FOR 

BOYTON'S LIFE-SAVING DRESS, 

(SUPPLY ON HAND) 

AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 

LLOYD'S PATENT LIFE-SAVING APPARATUS 

(OR AIR CANOE), 

LIFE H^VFT, 

&c., <&e. 

Ladies' and Gentlemen's Corsets. Emigrants' Beds and 

Overalls. 



ANDERSON, ABBOTT, & ANDERSON, 

QUEEN VICTORIA ST., CITY, E.C. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 




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MADAME TUSSAUO & SONS' 

EXHIBITION. 

"Most evergreen of Institutions." Fide GRAPHIC. 



ON VIEW UPWARDS OF 



300 PORTRAIT MODELSof CELEBRITIES 

OF 

PAST AND PRESENT TIMES, 



INCLUDING 



His Imperial Majesty the Shah of Persia, Sir Samuel 
Baker, H. Ward Beecher, Dr. Livingstone, H. M. Stanley, 
the Czar of all the Russias, the Duke and Duchess 
of Edinburgh, and the Princess Louise and Marquis 

of Lome. 

THE HALL OF KINGS, 

Containing Portrait Models of the Kings and Queens, from the time of "William 

the Conqueror to the present reign, is admitted to be one of the finest 

collections in the Exhibition. 

THE NAPOLEON ROOM, 

With its relics of the first Empire and of the Franco-Prussian War, including 

the Dial of the Church Clock of the Cathedral of Bazeilles and a portion 

of the Column of the Place Vendome, is worthy of special notice. 

" Established over a century, this exhibition has gained a reputation for the correctness 
of its Portrait Models, and its artistic arrangement in the grouping together of figures 
that no other ' Waxwork ' Exhibition ever attained in the known world. The historical 
characters, their dresses, so true to the period in which thej figured, are in themselves 
studios for the first modistes, either on this or the other side of the Atlantic. Tie 
collection is in itself both rechercht, and interesting inasmuch as it gives to the visitor, 
be he a native or foreigner, a true idea of what can be produced and perpetuated in 
wax." Fide PRESS. 



DEBBETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MOURNING FOR LADIES. 



MESSES. JAY, anxious to remove the impression 
which they find has gained undue circulation, that 
none but the richest materials in Costumes, Mantles, and 
Millinery are sold at their" Establishment, deem it a duty to 
themselves and the Public to assure all families who have 
not yet dealt at JAY'S MOURNING WAREHOUSE that good 
wearing materials are cut from the piece, and at more than an 
equivalent for the price, which is from Is. per yard upwards, 
and Crape from Is. 9d. per yard. 

MESSRS. JAY have always at command experienced 
Dressmakers and Milliners, who act as travellers, so that in 
the event of immediate mourning being required, or any 
other sudden emergency for dress, one can be despatched to 
any part cf the kingdom on receipt of a letter or telegram, 
without any expense whatever to the purchaser. All articles 
are marked in plain figures, and charges are the same as if 
the goods were bought for ready money at the Warehouse. 



JAY'S, 

THE LONDON GENERAL MOURNING WAREHOUSE, 

243, 245, 247, 249, & 251, EEGENT STREET, 

LONDON, W. 



DEBKETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



METROPOLITAN 



DRINKING FOUNTAIN & CATTLE TROUGH 

ASSOCIATION. 

Office : Victoria House, 111, Victoria St., Westminster, S. W\ 

SUPPORTED ENTIRELY BY VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS. 



President His GRACE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER, KG., &c. 
Chairman of Committee and Treasurer SAMUEL GURNET, Esq. 

F.R.G.S., F.L.S., &c. 
General Manager and Secretary JOHN LEE, ESQ., F.R.G.S. 




This is the only Society which provides free supplies of water in the streets 
of London, and the relief which it affords, both to human beings and dumb 
animals, is incalculable. 

More than 1,800 horses, besides oxen, sheep, and dogs, frequently drink at a 
single trough in one day, and half an hour spent at one of these troughs during 
the heat of the summer would enable the poor creatures to plead their own cause 
with far more power than any words which the Committee can use. 

At the fountains it is estimated that nearly 300,000 people drink daily in 
the summer, more than 8,000 having been known to drink at one fountain in 
a single day, many of whom are working men, who would otherwise be com- 
pelled to resort to the public-house to quench their thirst, and the Association thus 
not only relieves one of the most pressing wants of the itinerant poor, but also 
prevents many of the industrial classes from contracting habits of intemperance. 

More than 4OO Troughs and Fountains have been erected and are kept in 
repair and supplied with water by this Society in some cases the Committee 
have to pay as much as 30 a year for the water consumed at a single trough 
and they earnestly solicit liberal contributions, without which it will be im- 
possible for them to sustain and extend a work the beneficent effects of 
which are experienced by so many million human beings' and animals every 
year. 

Contributions may be paid to the Bankers, Messrs. Ransom, Bouverie, $ Co., 
Pall Mall East, S. W. ; and Messrs. Barclay, Bevan, $ Co., Lombard Street, 
E.G.; or at the Office of the Association to the General Manager and Secretary. 



BEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IF YOUR TEETH DECAY, 

Use no other Tooth Powder, Paste, or Wash except 

ROWLANDS' ODONTO, 

Price 2/9 per box. 

ROWLANDS' MACASSAR OIL 




Improves the growth of the Hair. Price 3/6, 7/-, 10/6, and 21/- per bottle. 

ROWLANDS' EUKONIA 

Is a new and fragant Powder for the Face and 
Skin, composed of the very best and purest ingre- 
dients. Ladies will find it the best Toilet Powder 
ever yet produced, giving- to the complexion a bloom- 
ing purity of transparent delicacy. Price 3/- per 
box. 

ROWLANDS' KALYDOR 

produces a beautifvilly clear and healthy complexion. 
Price 4/6 and 8/6 per bottle. 

Sold by all Chemists, Perfumers, and 
Hairdressers. 

NFANT ORPHAN ASYLUM, 

A WANSTEAD. 

Under the immediate Patronage of 
HER MAJESTY TEE QUEEN. 

HlS EOYAL fllUHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES. 

HEII KOYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS OP WALES. 

There are now more than Six HUNDRED CHILDREN in this Institution, whose 
ages range from fifteen to two years. 

All are FATHERLESS : many have lost both parents. 

2,813 Children, Orphans of Clergymen, Officers in the Army or Navy, 
Medical Men, Solicitors, Tradesmen, and other respectable persons, from all 
parts of the British dominions, have been received since its establishment in 
1827. 

In the past year 66 Fatherless Infants were received. 

The Asylum is dependent for NEALY THE WHOLE OF ITS INCOME upon 
Voluntary Contributions. 

60 Children will be elected this year. 

The expense of maintaining so large an establishment is necessarily very 
great. The Committee, therefore, earnestly appeal for additional supporters. 

The Elections take place in the months of May and November. Forms for 
nominating Candidates may be obtained of the Secretary. 

Life Subscription, for One Vote, 5 os. ; for Two Votes, 10 10s. 
Annual Subscription ditto 10s. 6d. ; ditto 1 Is. 

Office, 100, Fleet Street. HENRY W. GREEN, Secretary. 



10 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE POOR CLERGY RELIEF CORPORATION. 

ESTABLISHED 1856. 
Incorporated by Royal Charter 1867. 



Patrons The Lord Archbishop of CANTERBURY and the Lord Archbishop of YORK. 

Vice-Patron The Lord Archbishop of ARMAGH. 

President The Lord Bishop of LONDON. 
Vice-President The Right Rev. Bishop CHAPMAN, D.D., Fellow of Eton College, &c, 

Treasurer Sir GJSOKGB BARROW, Bart., C.M.Q. 

Committee. 

The Ven. Archdeacon KATE, M.A., Canon of Lincoln, Rector of Riseholme, and Chaplain 
to the Lord Bishop of London. 

The Ven. Archdeacon FFOULKES, M.A., Canon of St. Asaph, ami Rector of Llaudyssil, 
Montgomery. 

The Ven. Archdeacon PAUL, M.A., Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral, Stamford. 

Sir GEORGE BARROW, Bart., C.M.G., Ulverstone Lodge, Addison Road, Kensington, W. 

The Rev. T. K. ABBOTT, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. 

The Rev. R. H. BARNES, M.A., Prebendary of Exeter, and Rector of Heavitree. 

The Rev. T. BLACKBURNE, M.A., Rector of Clothall, Baldock, Herts. 

The Rev. JAMES BKOWELL, M.A., Vicar of St. James's, Mas well Hill, Hornsey (Vice- 
Chairman) . 

JOHN CABBEL, Esq., J.P., D.L., Cromor Hall, Norfolk; and 41, Seymour Street, W. 

OAPKL CURE, Esq., Blake Hall, Ongar; und 51, Grosvenor Street, W. 

The Rev. J. E. Cox, D.D., Vicar of St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (Chairman). 

The Rev. JAMES FORD, M.A., Prebendary of Exeter. 

H. G. HEALD, Esq., Brixton, Surrey. 

The Key. FRANCIS HESSET, D.C.L.', Vicar of St. Barnabas, West Kensington. 

RICHARD P. LONG, Esq., Rood Ashton, Trowbridge, Wilts. 

The Rev. G. THORNTON MOSTTN, M.A., Elgin Road, Kensington, W. (Hon. Secretary). 

The Rev. W. LAKE ONSLOW, M.A., Rector of Sandringham, Norfolk, and Chaplain to 
H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. 

The Rev. WILLIAM READ, M.A., Worthing, Sussex. 

The Rev. C. S. WRIGHT, M.A., St. Silas, Sheffield. 

(With power to add to their nnmber.) 

This Corporation gives immediate help, b-th in Money and Clothing, to the Clergy of 
the United Church of England, Wales, and Ireland, the Colonies, thir Widows and 
Orphans, in sickness or other temporary distress. 

The Committee are guided solely in their decision by the WANT and WORTH of the 
applicant. 

During the past Seventeen Years the Corporation has aided 3,129 oases of clerical 
distress with Grants ranging from 5 to 25, besides numerous parcels of Clothing, 
Blankets, Sheeting, Boots, &c., &c. 

The Committee acting upon the principle thab " He givei double who gives qnickly " 
meet the Second and Fourth Tuesday in each month to consider the cases brought 
before them ; and they earnestly and confidently appeal to the wealthy Clergy and Laity 
to enable them to continue their Grants with undimiuished liberality. 

Annual Subscriptions and Donations may be paid to the account of the Trustees of 
" THE POOB CLERGY RELIEF CORPORATION," London and Westminster Bank, 1, St. 
James's Square, S.W. ; or to Sir GKORGE BARROW, Bart., Treasurer; and Daily at the 
Office, 36, Southampton Street, Strand; to R. T. PIGOTT, Esq., D.C.L. (the Secretary), to 
whom Post Office Orders and Drafts should be made payable. They will also be thank- 
fully received by any Members of the Committee. 

Society's Offices; 
36, SOUTHAMPTON STREET, STRAND, LONDOJT, W.C. 

The Annual Report will be forwarded on application to iht Secretary. 



DEB RE IT ADVERTISEMENTS. 




OEPHAN WOEKING SCHOOL, 

MAITLAITD PAUK, HAVEBSTOCK HILL, N.W. 



Patrons. 

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. 
THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES. 

Treasurer JOHN KEMP WELCH, ESQ. 

Secretary-Ma. JONADAB FINCH, 73, CHEAPSIDE, B.C. 

Bankers LONDON JOINT STOCK BANK, PRINCE'S STREET, E.G. 



INSTITUTED 17S8; INCORPORATED 1S48. 



Thig Charity is for the reception of orphan children of both sexes from any part of the 
kingdom. They are eligible between s-iveri and eleven years of age. Boys remain until 
fourteen, girls until fifteen or sixteen depending upon good conduct and are trained 
for business or for service. The education is of a superior kind, and is thoroughly practical 
and useful in all respect?. 

3,030 have been admitted into the Schools. 

400 are now under the caru of the Charity. 

The Elections occur in January and July in each year. Forms of application to ba 
obtained at the Offices. 

The Charity depends mainly upon voluntary contributions, and requ'rcs nearly 200 
weekly for efficiently carrying on the work. Donations and subscriptions are earnestly 
required, and will be thankfully received at the Offices of the Charity. 

A Donation of 10 10s. and upwards constitutes a Governor for Life; 5 5s. a Life 
Subscriber ; Annual Governor, 1 Is. and upwards ; 10s. 6d. a Subscriber. 

All the Accounts are open to the inspection of the Governers of the Charity. 
Office 73, Cheapside, E.G. JONADAB FINCH, Scriary. 



12 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 

THE 

General Eeversionary & Investment Company, 

Office-No. 5, WHITEHALL, L'ONDON,' S.W. 

ESTABLISHED 1836. 
Further Empowered by Special Act of Parliament, 14 & 15 Viet. cap. 130. 



CAPITAL, 500,000. 

DIRECTORS. 

Chairman. 

SETMOPR TEULON, Esq, 

QrputgsOjairman. 

JOHK CHAVE LTTXMOOBE, Esq. 



Colonel JOSEPH WALKER JASPBBOUSKLET. 
KDWARD CARLETON TUFNELL, Esq. 
EDWARD WALMISLEY, Esq. 



MATOW WTNELL ADAMS, Esq. 
THOMAS ALLEN, Esq. 
WILLIAM ROBEKT BARKER, Esq. 



Sir CHARLES RHODERICK McGRiGou, Bart. ; JOHN COOKES, Esq. ; GEORGB HUGHES, Esq. 



Messrs. DRUMMOND. 

Solicitor. 

HARRY SHOUBRIDGE, Esq., 19, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C. 



The business of this Company consists in the PURCHASE of, or LOANS 
upon 

REVERSIONARY INTERESTS, vested or contingent, in Landed or Funded 
Property, or Securities ; also 

LIFE INTERESTS in Possession as well as in Expectation ; and 
POLICIES OF ASSURANCE upon LIVES. 

Loans upon Reversions may he obtained either at an Annual Interest, or in 
consideration of deferred charges, payable upon the Reversions falling in. 

IMMEDIATE ANNUITIES are likewise granted upon the latter principle to 
pprsons entitled to Reversionary Interests, who may thus obtain an income 
until their property falls into possession, without being called upon for any 
payment until that event. 

Prospectuses and forms of proposal may be obtained from the Secretary, to 
whom all communications should be addressed. 

By Order of the Board of Director?, 

WM. BARWICK HODGE, 

Actuary and Secretary. 



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%iim fm mti fife Jssirrmrce 

92, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. 

ESTABLISHED 1808, 
And Empowered by Act of Parliament of the 5lth George III. c. 79. 



Bircctors. 

Chairman Thos. Chapman, Esq., F.R.3. D<jp. Chairman Benjamin Buck Greene Esa 

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Sir William J. W. Baynes, Bart. 
Arthur Edward Campbell, Esq. 
James Pattisou Currie, Esq. 
Joseph Grote, Esq. 
John Oliver Hanson, Esq. 



John George Maclean, Esq. 
Bear Admiral Montgomery. 
Charles Andrew Prescott, Esq. 
Richard Blaney Wade, Esq. 
Philip Ainslie Walker Esq. 



Auditors Frederick Greene, Esq.. and Eugene Frederick Nowel, Esq. 

Secretary Richard Ray, Esq. 
Actuary William Henry Tyndall, Esq. Sol icitor Thomas Brovvnin- Esq 

Consulting .4 ct nary Charles Ansell, Esq., F.R.S. 
Medical Officer William Coulson, Esq., F.S.A. 
.Bankers Messrs. Prescott, Grote, Cave, and Cave. 

This Office has been established more than 63 years, audits present magnitude and 
prosperity prove the soundness of the principles on which it has been conducted. 

LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

The accumulated Premiums are over 1,550,000. The Annual Income exceeds 160,000. 
The sum of 5,742,140 has been paid in claims under Life Policies. 
Large bonuses hade been declared and paid as additions to the amounts assured. 
Premiums on Policies have been greatly reduced where parties have so applied the 
Bonuses on their Policies. 

Persons assuring in Great Britain have the option of Participating Rates of 
Premium, or of Non- Participating Rates. 

Combined Provisions may be made for old age and early death, so that 
a person mny secure a sum to be paid to himself at an age agreed upon, or to his Executors 
if he should die before that age. 

Residence in Countries beyond the limits of Europe is allowed on 
favourable terms; in most temperate climates without extra premium, beyond a moderate 
charge lor the voyage only. 

"Whole "World Assurances are granted. 

Notices ot the Assignment of Life Policies are received and acknowledged, 
Advances are made 011 Policies to the extent of their value. 

Persons desiring to surrender their Assurances may receive their value in 
money, or, in lieu theieof, may obtain a new Policy without further payment of 
Premium. 

The Directors are ready to receive proposals for Assurances, or any contingency 
involving payment of a sum at death. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

This Company undertakes the Assurance of almost every species of Property in the 
United Kingdom, at Rates of Premium and upon principles which will be found quite as 
advantageous to the interest of the Assured as those offered by any other office. The 
Directors can confidently refer to the well-known character of the Company for liberality 
and promptitude in the discharge of claims made upon it during the many years it has 
been established. 

No charge made for Policy Stamps. 

Renewals should be paid within fifteeu days after the respective Quarter-day when 
they become due. 

Losses occasioned by Lightning will be paid. 

The Policies of the Company exttnd to cover Losses occasioned by the 
HJxplosion of Gas. 

The Company is ready to receive application for Agencies in those Towns and Districts in 
which it is not at present represented. Application to be made to the Secretary. 

ALL FIRE ASSURANCES ARE NOW EXEMPT FROM THE PAYMENT OF ALL GOVERNMENT DUTY. 
Tables of Rates, Forms of Proposal, and any information needful to effect'. Life or Fire 
Assurances, may be obtained on application to tho Office, No. 92, Cfoapside, London, or to 
ny of the Company's A gents. 



DEBEETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 15 



LIMITED. 



This Society has been Incorporated under the Life Assurance 
Companies Acts, and has deposited 20,000 with Govern- 
ment as a Special Security to Policy Holders. 



CAPITAL PAID UP-FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS. 



CHIEF OFFICE 4= 29, STRAND. 
CITY BRANCH 21, CORN II ILL, LONDON. 



JOHN MESSENT, ACTUARY AND SECRETARY. 



Fire J-ssaciatimx 



CHIEF OFFICE 429, 3 S TR AN D. 
CITY BRANCH 21, CORNHILL. 



CAPITAL-HALF A MILLION, 



THE ASSOCIATION INSURES against FIRE every Description of 
PROPERTY at the rate of Premium corresponding to the risk. 



JOHN MESSENT, MANAGER. 



16 



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ESTABLISHED IN 1829. 
Office 2, BROAD SANCTUARY, WESTMINSTER. 



patrons. 

is Grace the ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. His Grace the ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. 



The Right Hon. and Right Rev. the LORD BISHOP OF LONDON. 

Uicc^restUcnt. 

CHARLES SUMNER, Esq., M.A. 

Crustcrs. 

His Grace the ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. 
| His Grace the] ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. | The ARCHDEACON OF MAID6TONE. 

^Treasurers. 

EDMUND COULTHURST, Esq. | The ARCHDEACON OF WESTMINSTER. 

Birtctors. 

CHAIRMAN The ARCHDEACON OF WESTMINSTER. DBPUTY CHAIRMAN ROBERT FEW, Esq. 



Charles John Baker. Esq. 
The Archdeacon of Bath. 
Rev. Canon Blomfleld, M.A. 
The Dean of Bristol. 
The Archdeacon of Buckingham. 
Rev. J. Lovett Cameron, M.A. 
Rev. C. B. Dalton, M.A. 
Rev. W. H. Dickenson, M.A. 
The Hon. Edward W. Douglas. 
Rev. George Eller, M.A. 



Rev. Canon Ellison, M.A. 
Hon. .t Rev. Canon Grey, M.A. 
Rev. W. Gilson Humphry, B.D. 
The Archdeacon of London. 
Rev. Canon Lonsdale.M.A. 
The Archdeacon of Maidstone. 
The Dean of Manchester. 
Rev. Charles Marshall, M.A. 
Rev. Canon Miller, D.D. 
Rev. J. M. Burn-Murdock, M.A. 



The Bishop Suffragan of Not- 
tingham. 

William Rivington, Esq. 
Rev. Canon Stone, M.A. 
W. H. Stone, Esq., M.D. 
John Charles Thynne, Esq., M.A. 
Rer. Henry Wace, M.A, 
Rev. Canon Williams, M.A. 
F. L. Wollaston, Esq., M.A. 



COUNSEL Thomas Bourdillon, Esq., M. A., Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

SOLICITOR s Messrs. Lee,Bolton,andLee,No. 2, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster. 

AUDITORS Charles Barber, Esq. ; George T. Biddulph, Esq. ; Robert J. Lodge, Esq. ; Rev. 

Alexander Wilson, M.A. 
BANKERS Messrs. Coutts and Co. 

CONSULTING ACTCAUT Frederick Hendricks, Esq. PHYSICIAN Dr. Stone, 14, Dean's Yard. 
ACTUARY Stewart Helder, Esq. SECRETARY-Matthew Hodgson, Esq. 



Total Funds 2,228,347 

Total Annual Income 266,603 

Agents Employed, atxd. ISTo Commission. IPaid.. 

REDUCED PREMIUMS. Assurances may be effected upon payment of four-fifths of the rates 
chargeable according to the Society's Table, subject to CERTAIN CONDITIONS fully set forth and explained 
i n the Prospectus. 

CLAIMS. The total amount of Claims paid upon death from the commencement of the Society to 
1st June, 1875, was 1,265,881. 

BONUS. The whole available Bonus is the sole property of Life Assurers ; no part whatever is taken 
from it to be shared amongst proprietors. At the end of every fifth year, profits are equitably apportioned 
amongst existing Life Assurances. By means of Bonus, 585 of the earlier Life Assurances have been 
relieved altogether from the payment of Annual Premiums, and additions in almost every case have 
been made to the sum assured. 280,000 was divided amongst Life Assurances at the last declaration 
of profits. The next Bonus will be due 1st June, 1876, and Insurances made previously 
to such, date will share therein. 

Assurers have the privilege, at the time of. making an Assurance, of selecting the mode in which the 
B"iius, whenever due, shall be applied, viz., in an immediate Cash payment, or to the reduction of the 
Annual Premium, or to the increase of the Capital sum assured. 

Assurances may be effected on LIVES, SURVIVORS, &c., &c , as stated 
in the Society's Prospectus, to any amount not exceeding 7,500. 

Thi Society is strictly confined to the Clergy of the Church of England and of the Episcopal Church of 
Scotland, their Wives and .Families, and the near relations of themselves and Wives. 

Prospectuses, Bonus Accounts, Forms of Proposal, &c., may be had at the 
Office, on personal application, or by letter. 

2, BROAD SANCTUARY, WESTMINSTER. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 17 



FOR LIVES OIVLY. 

79, PALL MALL, LONDON, S,W. 

ESTABLISHED IN 1807. 

gkericrrs, 

WILLIAM A. GUY, M.D., F.R.S., Chairman. 
GEORGE RUSSELL, Esq., Deputy Chairman. 
CHARLES BISCHOFF, Esq. | CHARLES JELLICOE, Esq. 



THOMAS BODDINGTON, Esq. 
CHARLES CHATFIELD, Esq. 
Sir JAS.BULLER EAST, Bart.,D.C.L. 
ROBERT ALEX. GRAY, Esq. 



RALPH LUDLOW LOPES, Esq. 
JAMES MURRAY, Esq., C.B., F.R.G.S. 
Sir PHILIP ROSE, Bart. 
Admiral TINDAL. 



HENRY ROSE, Esq. | WM. R. BARKER, Esq. 



JOHN W. OSLE, M.D. | WILLIAM CHOLMELEY, Esq., M.D 

g^twarjr auto ^taetarg, 

GEORGE HUMPHREYS, Esq., M.A. 



Premiums and Interest 451,296 

Accumulated Funds 3,000,998 

Also a Subscribed Capital of more than .. 1,500,000 



EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT A little over Three per Cent, of the 
Gross Income. 



MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY ACT. A married woman may effect 
a Policy of Assurance iipon her own life or the life of her husband for her separate 
use. By this Act a Policy of Assurance effected by any MARRIED MAN on his 
own life, and expressed on the face of it to be for the benefit of his wife, or 
children, or any of them, is deemed a trust for the benefit of them according to 
the interest so expressed, and shall not be subject to the coatrol of the husband 
or of his creditors. 

A MEDICAL OFFICER is in attendance at the Head Office, at Two o'clock 
on every Wednesday and Thursday, and at Three o'clock every Tuesday and 
Friday, before whom persons whose lives are proposed foi\insurance may appear. 
No personal interview with the Directors is required. 

THE ANNUAL REPORTS of the Company 'a state and progress, prospectuses 
and forms, may be had, or will be sent, post free, on application at the Office, or 
to any of the Company's Agents. 



18 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 

roiwmfy JKfe gtoipw 

6, NEW BRIDGE STREET, BLAOKFRIARS, LONDON, E.O. 



ESTABLISHED 1823. 



EMPOWERED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT, 3 WILLIAM IT. 



Birentors. 

CTwurmau-HENRY BARNETT, Esq. 

Deputy Chairman The Right Hon. E. PLEYDELL BOUYERIE. 
CHARLES ARTHUR BARCLAY, Esq. I C. H. W. A COURT REPINGTON, Esq. 

MICHAEL BIDDULPH, Esq., M.P. GEORGK KETTILBY RTCKARDS, Esq. 

EDWARD CHARRINGTON, Esq. I ALFRED SARTORIS, Esq. 

Hon. CHAS. D. R. H ANBURY-TRACY, M.P. AUGUSTUS KEPPEL STEPHENSON, Esq. 

JOHN HARMAN, Esq. [ RICHARD TAYLOR, Esq. 

Auditors. 

ALFRED BUCKLEY, Esq. I JOHN HOWFLL, Esq. 

HUGH MACKAY GORDON, Esq. JOHN GILLIAM STILWELL, Esq. 

Physician WM. R. BASHAM, Esq., M.D., 17, Chester Street, Belgrave Square. 
Surgeon, -GEO. D. POLLOCK, Esq., F.R.C.S., 36, Grosvenor Street, W. 
Solicitor CHARLES WARING YOUNG, Esq., 12, Fssex Street, Strand. 

Secretary JOHN RALPH GKIMES, Esq. 
Actuary RICHARD CHARLES FISHER, Esq. 



ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY THE SOCIETY. 

The lowest rates of Premium on the Mutual System for young and middle- 
aged lives, with early participation in Profits. 



Security Accumulated Fund 3,048,000 

Annual Income exceeds 350,000 

Claims paid, with Bonus additions 4,751,991 

Bonuses declared 2,858,415 

Bonus. The Society being on the Mutual principle, the Assured share the whole 
of trie profits, and the Bonuses are allotted on a principle which secures to each 
Assurer an increased share in the profits of each succeeding Division, by which those 
policies which extend beyond the average duration become exceedingly valuable. Tb.8 
next Division will be made in 1879. 

Table of Annual Premiums required for an Assurance of 100 for the 
Whole Term of Life, with participation in Profits. 



20 


s. d. 
1 14 7 


30 


s. d. 
. 243 


40 .. 


s. d. 
2 19 9 


25 ... 


. . . 1 19 O 


35 


2 1O 11 


45 .. 


. .. 3 11 9 















Assurances granted to the extent of 10,000 on a single life. 

Prospectuses, Statement of Accounts, and full particulars may be obtained on 
rplicaticn to 

JOHN RALPH GRIMES, Secretary. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



19 



EQUITY AND LAW LIFE ASSURANCE 
SOCIETY, 

18, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON, W.O. 

ESTABLISHED 1844. 

CAPITAL, ONE MILLION, FULLY SUBSCRIBED. 



Trustees. 

The Hon.The Vice-Chan. SIB RICHD. MALINS . 
THOMAS GLOVER KENSIT, Esq. 
JOHN M. CLABON, Esq. 



The Right Hon. VISCOUNT CARDWEIX. 

The Right Hon. SIR WILLIAM ERLE. 

The Rt. Hon. SIR JOHN TAYLOR COLERIDGE. 

ROBERT JOHN PORCHER BROUGHTON, Esq. 

Directors. 

GEORGE LAKE RUSSELL, Esq., Chairman j N. ROLLINGS WORTH, Esq. 
JOHN M. CLABON, Esq., Deputy Cnairman 
HENRY WM. BIRCH, Esq. 
HENRY Fox BUISTOWE. Esq., Q.C. 
R. J. P. BROUGHTON, Esq. 
The Hon. Mr. BARON CLEASBY. 
The Hon. Mr. JUSTICE DENMAN. 
CHARLES J. DIMOND, Esq. 
SIMON DUNNING. Esq. 
WM. HILLIARD DUNSTER, Esq. 
ALX. STAVELEY HILL, Esq..Q.C., D.C.L., 31 
WILLIAM E. HILLIARD, Esq. 



JOHN ILIFFE, Esq. 

IHOS. GLOVE it KENSIT, Esq. 

WM. BENFOUD NKLSON, Esq. 

FREDERICK PEAKE, Esq. 

The lit. Hon. SIB HOBERT J. PHILLIMORE. 

W. B. S. RACKHAM, Esq. 

H*. CKCIL RAIKES, Esq., M.P. 

GEORGE ROBINS, Esq. 

ALFRED H. SHADWELL, Eq. 

HORACE W. SMITH, Esq., M.A. 

RICHARD SMITH, Esq. 



Auditors. 

'Elected by the Proprietors JOHN BOODLE, Esq., GEORGE THOMSON POWELL, Esq. 
Elected by the Assured A. H. BAILEY, Esq., LEONARD ROWE VALPY, Esq. 

Solicitor GEORGK ROOFER, Esq., 17, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Medical Officer R. P. COTTON, M.D., 33, Cavendish Square. 
Actuary and Secretary G. W. BERRIDGE, Esq. 

Policies are indisputable, except on 1he ground of fraud. 

Lapsed Policies are revived within the period of three months upon payment of the 
overdue premium and a small fine, without evidence of health. 

Whole World Licenses will be granted in most cases, without payment of extra Premium . 

Nine-tenths of the Profits are divided among the Assured every live y*ars. 

At an Extraordiuary General Meeting, held on June 9tb, 1875, the sum of 844,379 was 
set aside as the value of the Society's liabilities under its Assurance and Annuity Contracts, 
and 173,180 was ordered to be divided as Bonus, leaving a balance of undivided profit ci r 
20,033. 

Nine-tenths of the sum divided was allotted among holders of Policies for 2,500,000. 

TABLE of the TOTAL ADDITIONS made tip to December 3Ist, 1874, 
to POLICIES of 1,000 each. 





NUMBER OF PREMIUMS PAID. 


Age 
at 




Entry. 


Thirty. 


Twenty-five. 


Twenty. 


Fifteen. 


Ten. 


Five. 




s. d. 


B. d. 


s. d. 


s. d. 


a. d. 


s. d. 


30 


G5 10 


549 


434 10 


290 10 


175 


78 10 


45 


841 


678 10 


533 


353 10 


211 


93 


60 


~ 




787 10 


517 


310 10 


137 10 



b 2 



20 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 

Opposite the Mansion House, London. 

(The Oldest Life Office on the Mutual Principle in the World.} 



FOUNDED A.D. 1762. 



BONUS TABLE FOB 1876. 

TABLE showing the Amount payable under a Policy for 1,000 (with its 
additions), in the event of its becoming a claim after payment of the 
premium due in the year 1876. 



Policy No. 


Policies effected sines December 31st, 1816. 


Sum payable 
:yitfi 
Additions. 


Ito 164 
165 660 
661 1,019 
1,021 1,413 
1,415 1,856 
1,857 2,245 
2,247 2,699 
2,700 3,082 
3,083 3,349 
3,350 3,792 
3,794 , 4,207 
4,210 , 4,617 ....... 
4,618 , 4,973 
4,974 , 5,328 
5,329 , 5,678 
5,679 , 6,024 
6,025 , 6,360 
6,363 , 6,727 
6,730 , 7,044 
7,045 , 7,446 
7,448 7,740 
7,741 7,997 
7,998 8,272 
8,273 8,586 
8,587 8,835 
8,836 ,, 8,974 
8,975 9,102 
9,103 9,221 
9222 9,359 
9>60 9,463 
9,464 9,586 
9,587 9,720 
9,721 9,819 
9,820 , 9,953 
9,954 , 10,065 
10,066 , 10,154 
10,155 , 10,250 
10,251 , 10,320 
10,321 , 10,454 
10,455 , 10,699 


From 1st Jan., 1817, t 
24th April, 1817 , 
18th April, 1818 , 
5th Feb., 1819 
7th Jan., 1820 , 
23rd Dec., 1820 , 
1st Dec., 1821 , 
7th Mar., 1823 , 
25th May, 1824 . 
9th Mar., 1825 , 
7th Nov., 1826 , 
21st July, 1828 , 
3rd Mar., 1830 
24th Nov., 1831 
1st Amr., Ib33 
19th June, 1835 
21st July, 1837 
24th Jan., 1839 
15th Dec., 1840 
12th Nov., 1842 
19th June, 1845 
3rd Mar., 1847 
14th Nov., 1848 
19th Nov., 1850 
26th July, 1853 
1st Jan., 1856 
1st Jan., 1857 
, 1st Jan., 1858 
1st Jan., 1859 
1st Jan., 1860 
, 1st Jan., 1861 
JstJan. 1862 
1st Jan. 1863 
, 1st Jan. 1864 
1st Jan. 1865 
1st Jan. 1866 
1st Jan. 1867 
1st Jan. 1868 
1st Jan. 1869 
, 1st Jan. 1870 


o 24th April, 1817 
, 16th April, 1818 


s. 
2,837 10 
2,757 10 
2,677 10 
2,597 10 
2,517 10 
2,437 10 
2,357 10 
2,277 10 
2,197 10 
2,142 10 
2,087 10 
2,032 10 
1,977 10 
1,922 10 
1,867 10 
1,812 10 
1,757 10 
1,702 10 
1,647 10 
1,612 10 
1,577 10 
1,542 10 
1,507 10 
1,472 10 
1,437 10 
1,402 10 
1,367 10 
1,332 10 
1,297 10 
1,280 
1,262 10 
1,245 
1,227 10 
1,210 
1,175 
1,140 
1,105 
1,070 
1,035 
1.017 10 


4th Feb 1819 


, 3rd Jan., 1820 
, 22nd Dec., 1820 
, 30th Nov., 1821 
, 7th Mar., 1823 
, 24th May, 1824 
, 8th Mar , 1825 


, 3rd Nov., 1826 
, 15th July, 1828 


, 1st Mar., 1830 


24th Nov 1831 


1st Aug., 1833 
18th June, 1835 
21st July, 1837 
, 22nd Jan., 1839 . 


10th Dec., 1840 
2nd Nov., 1842 


, 18th June, 1845 
, 2nd Mar., 1847 
, 14th Nov., 1848 
, 19th Nov., 1850 
, 26th July, 1853 


, 31st Dec., 1855 
, 31st Dec 1856 


, 31st Dec., 1857.... 
, 31st Dec., 1^-58 
, 31st Dec., 1^59 
, 31st Dec., 1860 
, 31st Dec., 1861 
, 31st Dec., 1862 


, 31st Dec., 1863 
, 31st Dec., 1864 
, 31st Dec., 1865 
31st Dec 1866 


, 31st Deo., 1*67 
, 31st Dec., 1868 
, 31st Dec., 1869 
, 31st Dec., 1870 



The Equitable does not allow Commission. 

J. WARE STEPHENSON, Actuary. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 21 

THE EQUITABLE 

LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 

OF THE UNITED STATES. 

120, BROADWAY, NEW YORK, 

AND 

1, PRINCE'S ST., BANK, LONDON. 



Messrs. SMITH, PAYNE, & SMITHS, London. 

fjjtenajjtr far (fenvA %ni am : 

A. MUNKITTKICK, 1, Prince's Street, Bank, London. 



ASSETS 4,575,683 

INCOME in 1873 1,967,788 

CASH and REVERSIONARY BONUS to 
Policy-holders in 1872 

NEW BUSINESS in 187313,403 Policies, 

assuring .. .. .. .. .. 10,690,515 

This is a larger business for the year than has been transacted by 
any Life Insurance Office in the world. 



Annuities granted on very favourable terms, in consequence of 
the Security, of, and the high rate of interest received from, the 
Society's Investments. 

Forms of Proposals, Prospectuses, and every information, may 
be obtained on application to the Manager for Great Britain, or to 
any of the Society's Agents. 



22 1VEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Gresham Life Assurance Society. 

HEAD OFFICE-37, OLD JEWRY, LONDON, E.G. 



H. C. T. BEADNELL, ESQ. 
RICHAKD CRAWLEY, ESQ. 
J. LYHE HANCOCK, ESQ. 
ALFRED SMBE, ESQ., F.R.S. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
W. H. THORNTHWAITE, E^Q., Chairman. 



OFFICERS. 



ALFRED HUTCHISON SMEE, E 
EDWARD SOLLY, ESQ., F.R.S. 
WILLIAM TREGO, ESQ. 
GEOBGK TYLER, ESQ. 



Actuary and Secretary F. ALLAN CTJBTIS, ESQ., F.I.A. 

Assistant Secretary JOSEPH ALLEN ESQ 
Chit; Medical Officer ALFRED SMEE, ESQ., F.R.S. 

Solicitor T. H. DEVONSHIRE, ESQ. 

Provincial Superintendent C. A. RAYNSFORD, ESQ. 

Inspector of Agencies (South of England) R. R. NEWSON' ESQ 

Inspector of Agencies (Scotland) WILLIAM ELLIOTT, ESQ 



PRINCIPAL BRANCH OFFICES. 

ENGLISH. CONTINENTAL 

BRADFORD Bank Chambers, Bank St. | 
NEWCASTLE Percy Buildings, Grain- | PARIS 30, Rue de Provence. 



per Street West. 
LIVERPOOL Manchester Buildings, 1, 

Tithebarne Street. 
MANCHESTER- 57, Piccadilly. 
BIRMINGHAM Waterloo Chambers, 



BRUSSELS 2, Rue Royal. 
MANNHEIM 36, Friedrichs-Strasse. 
MUNICH 5, Maximilians-Strasse. 
FLORENCE 2, Via dei Buoni. 



HULL Bank Buildings. j LEIPZIG 13, Katherinen-Strasse. 

NORWICH Bank Plain. i VIENNA 8, Opernring. 



FTJISrD S. 

Realized Assets, 1873 2,142.015 

Life Assurance and Annuity Funds 2,067,970 

Annual Income 480,000 



BONUS YEAH, 187G. 

POLICIES effected before the 1st July, 1876, on the Profit Tables, with Annual Premiums, 
will participate in the Bonus to be declared next year, in the manner prescribed by the 
regulations of the Society. 

FAMILY TRUST POLICIES, under Act 33 and 34 Vic. cap. 83, are now issued by the 
Society. They are a PERFECT FAMILY PROVISION, not subject to the control of theHas- 
baud or of his Creditors. A Married Woman may Insure her own Life or the Life of her 
Husband for HER OWN SEPARATE USE. A Married Man may Insure his Life FOR THE 
SEPARATE BENEFIT OF BIS WIFE OR CHILDREN. 

Moderate Rates of Premium. 

A Director and Medical Officer in attendance daily. 
Assurances effected without delay. 
Claims promptly settled. 
Loans granted on real and Personal Security. 

Proposal Forms, &c., to be obtained on application to the Society's Agent?, or to 

F. ALLAN CURTIS, ACTUARY AND SECBETAKT. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

1, OLD BROAD STREET, AND 16, PALL MALL, LONDON. 

INSTITUTED 1803. 

Capital, 1,600,000. Paid up and Invested, 700,000. 



Richard James Ashton, Esq. 
Thomas George Barclay, Esq. 
Robert Cooper Lee Sevan, Esq. 
Percival B )sanquet, Esq. 
James Brand, Esq. 
Charles Care, Esq. 
George Henry Chambers, Esq. 
Henry Davidson, Esq. 
Henry William Eaton, Esq., M.P. 
Horace B. T. Farquhar, Esq. 
George Hanbnry Field, Esq. 
John Saunders Gilliatt, Esq. 



JBimtorg. 



Alfred Gouger, Esq. 
William Hawthorn, Esq. 
George Hibbert, Esq. 
William Burnley Hume, Esq. 
Samuel Hyde, Esq. 
William Lyall, Esq. 
Charles Marryat, Esq. 
James Gordon Murdoch, Esq. 
Thomas Holdsworth Newman, Esq. 
Frederick Pattison, Esq. 
Martin Tucker Smith, Esq. 
Richard Twining, Esq. 



F. A. Sevan, Esq. 



Charles Barclay, Esq. | Greville Horsley Palmer, Esq. | 
J. Hampton Hale, Esq. 

vjtnttHi gflxttSQtr* 
E. Cozens Smith, Esq. 

The distinguishing characteristics of this Company are 

MODERATE BATES. UNDOUBTED SECCTBITY. 

PBOMPT AND LIBERAL, SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS. 



Steam Thrashing Machines allowed without extra charge. Loss and Damage from 
Explosion of Gas in Buildings Insured made good. 

Erery Information and Forms of Proposal can be obtained f romthe Offices of the Company 
or at any of the Agencies throughout the Kingdom. 

FORTY-SECOND YEAR. 

THE MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE SOCIETY. 

ESTABLISHED 1834. 



The usual Commission A //owed to Solicitors. 



CASH ASSETS 

ANNUAL REVENUE 

HAS PAID ASSURERS IN CLAIMS AND BONUS 



800,000 

110,000 

900,000 

The following Statement of Claims, with Bonuses, paid during 1872 and 1873, invites 
'examination : 



Date of Policy. 


Policy Number. 


Sum Assured. 


Amount paid by 
Society. 


Proportion of 
Bonus paid. 


1834 
1834 
1834 
1837 
1840 


23 
36 
116 
311 
650 


1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 


1,819 
1,836 
1,862 
1,876 
1,672 


81 9 per cent. 
83'tf 
862 
87-2 
67-2 



Prospectuses, Copies of Parliamentary Accounts, Proposal Forms, and all the necessary 
information may be obtained on application to the ACTUARY, at the HEAD OFFICE, 

39, KING STREET, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, E.G. 



DEBRETT- ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Liverpool & LondoiuGloknsurance Company, 



TBUSTEES OF COMPANY. 



G. Melly, Esq. 
H. H. Nicholson, Esq. 
William Paton, Esq. 
James Rome, Esq. 



T. BROCKLEBANK, Esq. ; J. HUBBACK, Esq. ; J. A. TOBIN, Esq. 

ILontJon. 

Sir CHARLES NICHOLSON, Bart., D.C.L.; WM. NICOL, Esq. ; HENRYfcV. EAST, Esq. 
TRUSTEE* OF GLOBE MILLION FUND. 

Sir OHARLES NICHOLSON, Bart., D.C.L. 
WILLIAM NEWMARCH, Esq., F.R.S. I W. NICOL, Esq. 
JOHN W. ROBINS, Esq. | Capt. HENRY WHA.TLEY TYLER, R.E. 

DIREOTORS.-LIVERPOOL BOARD. 

OFFICE NO. 1, DALE STREET. 
Chairman J. HUBBACK, Esq. 
Deputy-Chairmen H. B. GILMOUR, Esq. ; A. CASTELLAIN, Esq. 

Charles T. Bowring, Esq. Arthur P. Fletcher, Esq. 

T. Brocklebank. Esq. W. D. Holt, Esq. 

C. J. Corbally, Esq. H. Littledale, Esq. 

Alfred Fletcher, Esq. j G. H. Loxdale, Esq. 

" J. A. Tobin, Esq. 
Secretary of the Company J. M. Dove, Esq. 
Auditors Peter S. Boult. Esq, ; I*aac Kitchen, Esq. 
Medical EefereesJ. R. W. Vose, Esq., M.D. ; E. R. Bickersteth, Esq. 

Bankers Bank of Liverpool; Union Bank of London. 
Solicitors Messrs. Laces r Banner, Bird, Newton, and Richardson. 

DIRECTORS.-LONDON BOARD. 

OFFICES CORNHILL AND CHARING CROSS. 

Chairman Sir CHARLES NICHOLSON, Bart., D.C.L. 

Deputy-Chair ouin-W. NICOL, Esq. 

William Dent, Esq. I R. W. Gaussen, iu=q. I Ross D. Mangles, Esq. 

Hon. Edmund Drummond. | Hon. Sidney Carr Glyn. James Morley, Esq. 

Henry V. E ist, Esq. j W. Mauuaughtan, ES<I. G. D.Whatman, Esq. 

Actuary to the Company and Resident Secretary Augustus Hendriks, Esq. 

Fire Superintendent T. Septimus Marks, Esq. 

Auditor H. H. Caiman, Esq. 
Medical Referees J. R. Bennett, Esq., M.D. ; A. Anderson, Esq., F.R.C.S. 

Consulting Surgeon Sir. J. Paget, Bart., F.R.S. 
Bankers The London and County Bank ; Messrs. Glyn, Mills, Currie, and Co. 

Solicitors Messrs. Palmer, Bull, and Fry. 
Surveyors E. N. Clifton, Esq. ; W. Thompson, Esq. 



MANCHESTER-Office : 59, King Street. 
WEST OF ENGLAND Office: Corn Street, 

Bristol. 

LEEDS-Office : 65, Albion Street. 
SCOTLAND Office.-128, Ingram St., Glasgow. 

MELBOURNE Office : Elizabeth Street, S. 

PROGRESS OF THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INStftRANCE 
COMPANY SINCE 1850. 



DUBLIN Office : 1, College Green. 
NEW YORK Office : William Street. 
MONTREAL Office : Place d'Armes. 
SYDNEY Office : Wynyard Square. 



Year. 


Fire Premiums. 


Life Premiums. 


Invested Funds. 


1851 
1856 
1863 
1867 
1874 


54,305 
222,279 
580,000 
836,816 
1,082,521 


27,157 
72,781 
210,000 
259,039 
254,949 


502,824 
821,061 
3,350,000 
3,401,005 

4,861,837 

! 



Fire and Life Claims paid since its establishment amount to upwards of 12,000,000. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 25 

fiatumai life tottmme S0tiet& 

FOR MUTUAL ASSURANCE, 

2, KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON, E.G. 

ESTABLISHED 1830. 

jjkejclcrrs, 

Pmident^GEORGE BURN AND, Esq.1 

7ice-President THOMAS CURTIS, Esq. 

JOSEPH COLLING, Esq. I SIGISMUND RUCKER, Esq. 

RICHARD GA.RTH, Esq., Q,C. JOHN CHARLES SALT, Esq. 

FREDERICK LOCK, Esq. HENRY SEWELL, Esq. 

GEORGE NICHOLAS, Esq. The Hon. G. TALBOT. 

HENRY POLLOCK, Esq. Captain TYLER, late R.E. 



LEWIS C. BERGER, Esq. | WILLIAM D. CHESTER, Esq. 

JOHN CARLYON HUGHES, Esq. 



HERBERT DAVIES, M.D. | J. A. KINGDON, Esq. 

JOHN SCOTT, M.D. 



Messrs ROBART3, LUBBOCK, & CO. 



Messrs. WILDE, BERGER, MOORE, & WILDE, London. 
THOMAS T. MEG RED Y, Esq., 28, Westmoreland Street, Dublin. 



CHARLES ANSELL, Jun., Esq. 

THE ACCUMULATED FUND of this Society (exceeding 600,000) is of 
unusual magnitude in proportion to its liabilities. 

ALL THE PROFITS belong to the Assured, and are applied to the gradual 
reduction and ultimate extinction of their premiums, a result which may be 
expected to occur, in the average of ca ses, in about twenty years from the date 
of the Policy. 

FUNDS for the EDUCATION of CHILDREN and for their ESTABLISH- 
MENT IN LIFE may be provided on unusually favourable terms, on a new 
system lately introduced by this Society, based upon tables of mortality specially 
constructed for the purpose. 

Persons residing in the country can effect Assurances without personal 
attendance in London. 

Prospectuses and further information forwarded post free on application. 

HENRY JOHN PUCKLE, SECRETARY. 



26 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



North British and Mercantile Insurance Company. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1809. 



Incorporated by Royal Charter and Special Acts of Parliament. 



CAPITAL, TWO MILLIONS. 

Accumulated Life Funds 2,682,513. 

Fire Keserve Fund 862,238. 



^Directors. 

Chairman JOHN WHITE CATER, Esq. 
Deputy Chairman CHARLES MORRISON, Esq. 



RICHARD BARING. Ecq. 

RICHARD BRANDT, Esq. 

EDWARD COHEN, Esq. 

JOHN FLEMING, Esq., C.S.I. 

P. DU PRE GRENFELL. Esq. 

Bt. Hon. Lord LAWttENCE, G.C.B..G.C.S.I. 



Hon. HUGH M'CULLOCH. 
JUNIUS S. MORGAN, Esq. 
GEO. GARDEN NICOL. 



j. E*q. 
SCHR01 



Baron JOHN H. W. OE SCHRODER 
GEORGE YOUNG, Eq. 
A. H. CAMPBELL, Esq. 



i/Eanajjer of Sift Bepartmmt. I fEanatjer of Htfe department. 

G. H. BURNETT. J. C. COCKBURN. 

j?ccretarg. 
F. W. LANCE. 

fHeoiral Officers. 
A. H. HASSALL, M.D. | R. C. CREAM, M.D. | HERMANN WEBER, M.D. 

Solicitor. I (General fHanajjer. 

Sir W. R. DRAKE. DAVID SMITH, F.R.S.E. 



LIFE DEPARTMENT. 

THE PRINCIPLES on which this Company was founded, and on which it continues 
to act, combine the system of Mutual Assurance with the safety of a large Protecting 
Capital and Accumulated Funds, and thus afford all the facilities and advantages which 
can prudently be offered by any Life Assurance Office. Under these principles the 
business of the Company continues rapidly to increase. 

NINETY PER CENT, of the WHOLE PROFITS is divided among the Assurers on the 
Participating Scale. 

THE PROFITS are divided every Five Years. 

POLICIES INDISPUTABLE after Five Years. 

ANNUITIES of all kinds are granted, and the Rates fixed on the most favourable terms. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

PROPERTY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, at Home and Abroad, Insured at the most 
Moderate Rates. 

The Net Premiums for 1874 amounted to 824,941. 
Prospectuses and every information can be obtained at the 
CHIEF OFFICES 

London : 61 Threadnwdle Street, E.C.; West End Office: 8, Waterloo Place, S.W.; 
Edinburgh : 64, Princes Street. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 27 



62, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.G. 



Founded 1848. 



REV. JAMES GILLMAN, B.C.L., Chairman. 



PATRICK FRASER, M.D. 
HENRY J. GIBBINS, Esq. 
HENRY HARBEN, Esq. 



EDGAR HORNE, Esq. 
RICH. THOS. PUGH, 
THOMAS REID, Esq. 



CITY BANK (LUDGATE HILL BRANCH). 

UjfcMjcal gutrbisjer, 

ROBERT CROSS, M.D. 



Messrs. BARNARD & CO. | Messrs. PHILLIPS & SON. 

$mtettt gkerixrr, 

HENRY HARBEN, Esq. 



Prudential- Assupanee Company. 

62, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.G. 

REVERSIONS PURCHASED. 
Every description of Life Assurance and Annuity Business transacted. 



The Annual Premium Income exceeds 750,000. 



The Policies in this Company become absolutely indisputable after they have 
been in existence five years, or immediately, to the exttnt of the principal, 
interest, and costs, not exceeding the sum Assured if assigned to an innocent 
holder for a bond fide consideration. 

The last Annual Report and last Valuation Schedule can be obtained 
upon application. 

W. J. LANCESTER; Secretary. 



28 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 

QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY^ 

CAPITAL-TWO JVMLLIOI^S STERLING. 

Chief Offices QUEEN INSUKAtfOE BUILDINGS, LIVERPOOL, 

60, GEAOEOHUEOH STEEET, LONDON, 

FIBE-LIFE-ANNUITIES, 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Cfjairtnan cf tfjc Companu. 
BERNARD HALL, Esq., Merchant (Bernard Hall & Co.), Liverpool. 

Srputu (JDfjairmen. 

GEORGE B. KERFERD, Esq., Merchant (G. B. Kerferd & Co.), Liverpool. 
J. B. THOMSON, Esq., Broker (J. B. Thomson & Co.), Liverpool. 

Directors. 

JOHN BINGHAM, E--q., Merchant (J. Bingham & Co.), Liverpool. 
THOMAS RIDGWAY BRIDSON, Esq. (T. R. Bridson & Sons), Bolton. 
HENRY DUCKWORTH, Esq., Cotton Broker (Cawie, Duckworth, & Co.), Liverpool. 
ANDREW GALBRAITH, Esq., Merchant, Glasgow. 
EUSTACE GREG, Esq. (Greg & Co.), London. 
C. R. HALL, Esq., Wine Broker (C. R. Hall & Son). Liverpool. 
W. HIND, Esq., Merchant (J. H. Hind & Co.), Liverpool. 

THOMAS HOLDER, Esq., Cotton Broker (Chambres, Holder, & Co.), Liverpool. 
C. C. JOHNSTOV, Esq., Merchant (S. Johnston, & Co.), Liverpool. 
PETER M'LAGAN, Esq., M.P., Edinburgh and London. 
JAMES MORTON, Esq., Greenock Iron Company, Greenock. 
J. T. PAGAN, Esq., J.P., Guildford, and Reform Club, London. 
T. M. PATTERSON, Esq., Merchant ( Patterson Bros. & Co.), Liverpool. 
FLETCHER ROGERS, Esq., Cotton Broker (Rogers & Calder), Liverpool. 
JOHN SHARP, Esq., Flax Spinner, Dundee. 

EMIL SPRlNGMltfN, Esq., Merchant (Springmann & Cx), Liverpool. 
N. W. J. STRODE, Esq., Chislehurst, and Carlton Club, London. 



The following extract from the Sixteenth Annual Eeport (year ending 31st 

December, 1874), will show the ample character of the Security offered. 

THE FUNDS OF THE COMPANY STAND AS FOLLOW : 

CAPITAL PAID UP 179,835 

LIFE ASSURANCE ACCUMULATION FUND .. .. 204,048 

ANNUITY FUND 7,471 

RESERVE FUND AND SUSPENSE ACCOUNT .. 180,000 



Extract from the Report on the Company's Life Branch, dated 6th May, 1874, by 
SAMUEL BROWN, ESQ., late President of the Institute of Actuaries: 

" The precautions which have been taken not to anticipate any of the future Profits of 
the Company, and by using the Tables on which the Premiums are based, at a very low rate 
of Interest, to strengthen its position at all future divisions, are sure to lead to the confidence 
mid support of the public." 

The amount at the credit of the Life Fund exceeds 67 per cent, of the entire net 
Premiums received on every policy now in existence. 

CAREFUL SELECTION OF LIVES, AND CONSEQUENT LARGE BONUSES. 

The Company has paid, in satisfaction of Claims, 1,558,535. 

J. MONCRIEFF WILSON, GENERAL MANAGER. 

T. WALTON THOMSON, SUB-MANAGER. 

J. K. KUMFORD, RES. SECRETARY, London. 



DEERETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



29 



SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL 



CAPITAL-TWO MILLIONS STERLING. 



GLASGOW 133, "WEST GEOROE STREET. 
MANCHESTER 5, YORK STREET. 
EDIHBUROH 77, GEORGE STREET. 



LONDON 82, OLD BROAD STREET, B.C. 
LIVERPOOL 3, MANCHESTER HUILDINGS. 
DUBLIN 26, WESTMORELAND STREET. 



NEWCAsTLE-19, COLLINGWOOD STREET. 

BOARD OP DIRECTION. 
CHAIBMAX ALEXANDER CRUM, Esq., of Thornliebank. 

H. E. CRUM-EWING, Jun., Esq., Merchant, Glas- I CHAS. RANDOLPH, Esq., Shipbuilder, Glasgow. 

gow. JOHN MOFFATT, Esq., Ardrossan. 

HUGH BROWN, Esq., Manufacturer, Glasgow. 
RICHARD KIDSTON, Esq. (Messrs. A. G. Kidston 

and Co.), Glasgow. 

JAMES KING.Younger.of Campsie, Ksq., Glasgow. 
JAMES KIRKLAND, Esq., Glasgow. 



, ., . 

I). S. CARGILL, Esq. (Messrs. William Milne* Co., 

Merchants). Glasgow and Ceylon. 
WILLIAM SMITH DIXON, Esq., of Glasgow, and 

14, Grosvenor Pl-tce, London, Ironmaster. 



JOHN McANDREW, Esq., Glasgow. 
LONDON BOARD. 
CHAIRMAN JAMES GRAHAM, Esq. (Messrs. W. & R. Graham and Co.) 



The Right Hon. LORD ANNALY. 
JOHN E. CRUM-EWING, Esq. 



I CHARLES D A.LRYMPLE, Esq., M.P. 
I JAMES LOWNDES, Esq. 



FREDERIC J. HALLOWS, Esq. 
RESIDENT SECRETARY iv LONDON JOHN H. CROFT. 



FIRE. 

The Company Insures Houses, Manufactories, Rents, Furniture . G oods and Merchandise, Farming Stock 
and Shipping in Port or Dock, or whilst Building, from Loss and Damage by Fire, upon Liberal Termi. 
FOREIGN RISKS are accepted on most Favourable Terms. 

LIFE. 

Attention is invited to the system of TEN-PAYMENT LIFE POLICIES adopted by this Company. 
Under it Policies are NOT LIABLE TO FOUFKITIRE by NON -PAYMENT of the PREMIUMS, and are thus, 
among other advantages, at all times valuable as security for a Loan. 

Also to'a NEW FEATURE recently introduced. The Premiums on this scale are nearly as Ixxtv as the 
Non-Participating Rates of other Companies, while the Assurer has the prospect of receiving a high rate 



Prospectuses and all Information may be obtained on application to any of the Branches or Agencies. 

FREDERIC J. HALLOWS, MANAGER AND SBCRBTART. 
T. M. MACDONALD, ASSISTANT SBCKBTAHY. 



PURE AERATED WATERS. 

ELLIS'S RUTHIN WATERS. 

Soda, Potass, Seltzer, Lemonade, Lithia, and for 

GOUT, Lithia and Potass. 

COEKS BRANDED " R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN," and 

every label bears their trade mark. Sold everywhere, 

and Wholesale of 

R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, NORTH WALES. 

LONDON AGENT : W. BEST & SONS, HENRIETTAJSTREET, CA.VBNDISH SQUARE. 




30 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. P. LILLICRAPP, 




m. m 

f rirtce of Males. 



FUR SEAL CLOAK MAKER, 

AND 

GENERAL MANUFACTURING FURRIER, 

27, DAVIES STREET, BERKELEY, SQUARE, W. 



Velvet Cloaks trimmed with Kich Furs. 
From 15 to 290 Guineas. 

Seal Skin Cloaks, choice in shape and quality. 
From 7 10s. to 35 Guineas. 

A large Stock of Carriage Wrappers. From 2 Guineas to 

40 Guineas. 

Gentlemen's Fur Coats of various kinds. From 5 to 25. 

Gentlemen's Seal Skin Vests. From 35s. 

Fur Gloves. From 15s. to 35s. 



SKINS DRESSED AND MOUNTED. 

FURS TAKEN CARE OF DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS. 

Furs of every description Cleaned, Altered, and Exchanged. 



DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 3! 

"COOPER'S SYRUP OF CAMPHOR 

A pleasant, sate, and effectual remedy for COUGHS, COLDS, HOAKSENES?, 
SORK THKOATS, and all affections of the Bronchial Tubes. 

The singular reputation of this syrup, as much in the prevention as in the cure of tha 
above c omplaints, experieuce has fully confirmed ; and considering the variety of cases, 
iu which it has b 'en tried, perhaps no other medicine has ever met with such general 
success and approbation. It has deservedly obtained distinguished patronage, and many 
of the nobility, clergy, &c., are using it under the recommendatisn of some of the most 
eminent of the faculty, wh > are daily admitting and testifying to its efficacy. Its pro- 
perties are concentrated in an agreeable form, and its action as a sudorific and expectorant 
is materially enhanced by the addition of balsamic demulcents, which render this syrup 
a universal acquisition in tho disorders mentioned, and particularly adapted for ladies 
and children, with whom paregoric and other opiates are so frequently objectionable. 

"Kensington Palace. 

" Will Messrs. Cooper and Co. be kind enough to send to Mrs. Croker, Kensington 
Palace, four bottles of Syrup of Clmphor." 

" Birling Manor, Maidstone. 

" Lady Caroline Nevill would be obliged by Messrs. Cooper and Co. sending her two 
2s. 9d. bottles of their Syrup of Camphor." 

" Cidverleigh Court, Tiverton, Devon. 

" Lady Henrietta Chichester Nagle encloses a Post-office order for 2s. 9d.. and requests 
that Messrs. Cooper and Co. will be so good as to send directly a bottle of Syrup of 
Camphor." 

" Langford, Newport, Shropshire. 

" Lady Hester Lecke will thank Messrs. Cooper and Co. to send her two 2s. 9d. bottles 
and one Is. Hd. bottle of the Syrup of Camphor to the address given above, by London 
and North -Western Railway." 

From the late Sir John Hcskcth Lethbridge, Bart., Sandhill Parlc, near Taunton. 
"Sir John Hesketh Lethbridge, Bart., requests Messrs. Cooper and Co. to send him a. 
large bottle of their Syrup of Camphor, which immediately relieves his cough, with 
another packet of the Mustard Tissue Paper. 
" To Messrs. Cooper and Co., Analytical Chemists, South Kensington." 

COOPER'S TASTELESS APERITIVE SEEDS. 

(A MILD LAXATIVE APERIENT.) 

Being tasteless and very small, they are a great boon to all who object to^ the taste of 
medicine. They are prescribed by many physicians and surgeons of great eminence as a 
safe family medicine, suited to ladies and children, and to persons leading a sedentary 
and inactive life. 

From Colonel F. P. Ferris, 31, Cornwall Road, Bayswater. 

" Sirs, Dr.Lee, of 4, Savile Row, having strongly recommended your Tasteless Aperitive 
Seeds, I shall feel obliged by your forwarding a box to the above address. F. P. FERHIS." 

" 15, Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park. 

" Miss Pye will thank Messrs. Cooper and Co. to send her a box of Tasteless Aperitive 
Seeds, price 4s. 6d." 

" 14, Qucensborough Terrace, Kensington Gardens, W. 

" Mrs. Penning will feel obliged by Messi-s. Cooper and Co. sending her a box of Tasteless 
Aperitive Seeds, a substitute tor castor oil, as prepared by them." 

From Miss Harriet FJNugent Smith, Apsley Lodge, Brighton. 

" Miss H. J. N. Smith's compliments to Messrs. Cooper and Co., and will thank them to 
forward by post, as quickly as possible, three Is. boxes of Tasteless Aperitive Seeds." 

From, Richard Rugg, Esq., M.R.C.S., Brighton. 

" Dear Sirs. Will you be so kind as to send rae some more of your Tasteless Aperitive 
Seeds (say 500), and I will send per return a P.O. order for them. I have great pleasur 
in informing you they are much liked. Yours truly, R RUGG ' ' 

Prom, B. L. Havcltins, Esq., M.R.C.S. 

" Wdburn, Bedfordshire. 

" Dear Sirs, Oblige me with a further supply of Tasteless Aperitive Seeds in return for 
cheque enclosed l Is. Yours faithfully, B. L. HAWKINS." 

" 27, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, N.W. 

" Lady Grant wishes Messrs. Cooper and Co. to send her by return of post a box of their 
Tasteless Aperitive Seeds, and encloses 2s. 8d. to pay for them and postage." 

PREPARED BY 

COOPER & CO., PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, 

31, Gloucester Koad (corner of Cromwell Road), South Kensington, 

ESTABLISHED 1863. 



32 DEBRETT ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Mo, ill, Little Stanhope Street, Mayfair, 

LONDON, W. 



SPECIALITIES FOR INVALIDS, 
Concentrated Beef Tea, 
Concentrated Chicken, Mutton, & Veal Broths, 
Essences of Beef, Mutton, Veal, and Chicken, 
Turtle Soup, Turtle Jelly, Calf's Foot Jelly, 
Savoury Meat Lozenges, 

YORK AND GAME PIES, 

PRESERVED PROVISIONS, SOUPS, &c,, for 
Yachting, 



CAUTION-BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. 

Each Genuine Article bears the Firm's Signature and 
Address, thus : 

^"n ^^ / ^^~ 

No. 11, LITTLE STANHOPE STREET, MAYFAIR, 

LONDON", W. 



DEBRETT'S 

ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE, 



AND 



TITLES OF C 
1876. 







MANUFACTURERS TO 

HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, 

H.M. the King of Italy. H.M. the King of Holland, 

Their Royal Highnesses the Princess Louis of Hesse & Princess Louise. 




X~X 

/TABLE\ 

A 

X KNIVES/ 

V^x 



Electro Silver Luncheon Dishes, and 
Soup Tureens, with Revolving Covers. 

COSTLY ILLUSTRATED 
CATALOGUES 

ON RECEIPT OF 12 STAMPS, 

Smaller Edition, Post Free, from 




MAPPIN & WEBB, 

OXFORD STREET, (76, 77, & 78,) W.) 

> LONDON. 
MANSION HOUSE BUILDINGS, CITYJ 

Manufactory, ROYAL CUTLERY WORKS, SHEFFIELD. 




PUBLISHED ANNUALLY. 



DEBRETT'S 

ILLUSTRATED. PEERAGE, 



AND 



TITLES .OF COURTESY, 

OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, 



TO WHICH IS ADDED 



Much Information respecting the Immediate Family Connections 
of the Peers. 




1 i/ 
tinder Direct Jf^rsonaJ Eetrision & Correction 

7575. 

LONDON: DEAN & SON, PUBLISHERS AND FACTORS, 
160A, FLEET STREET, E. C. 



952. 



A LARGE PAPER EDITION 



'IDEIBIR.IETT'S 

BARONETAGE AND KNIGHTAGE, 

Entitled the " ROYAL EDITION," is published in one volume. 

price 2is. cloth, emblematical binding; 
or, i ios. 6d., Persian calf, gilt and gilt edges. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, PEEKAGE. 



Paps 

Archbishops of England .... .. .. .. 657 

Ireland (see Bishops of Ireland) 

Bishops of England 658 

,, Ireland .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 672 

Scotland 675 

Colonial 676 

Chaplains to the Queen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 683 

Clubs at the end of each Biography. 

Corrigenda, &c. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi 

Eldest Sons of Peers, titles borne by, arranged in alphabetical order. 
,, Biographies, under the headings of their fathers. 

Households of the Royal Family 680 

Married Daughters of Peers . . . . . . . . . . . . 509 

Obituary for the year 1875 . . . . . . . . . . . . xiv 

Occurrences during Printing .. .. .. .. .. .. xi 

Officers of the House of Peers 680 

Peerages recently extinct, dormant, or in abeyance . . . . . . 678 

Peeresses in their own right . . . . . . . . . . . . 686 

Peers and Peeresses, Biographies, alphabetically arranged. 

Peers who are minors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 686 

Preface in 

Precedency of Men and Women, a table of . . . . . . . . xv 

Privy Council of Great Britain and Ireland . . . . . . . . 687 

Residences at the end of each Biography. 

Royal Family and Peers of the Blood Royal 1 

Households .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 680 

Seats at end of each Biography. 

Surnames of Peers, alphabetically arranged. 

Titles borne by Peers 

Titles, Orders, and Degrees of Precedence and Dignity, Essay on . . xviii 

Widows of Peers, alphabetically arranged in body of work. 

Younger Sons of Peers . . 599 

Younger Sons of Peers . . 509 



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decades patronized the work. 

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PHEFACE. 



(i) furnishes more information anent living members of the 
titled classes and their immediate connections than all 
other kindred books combined; 

(ii) is the only illustrated volume that gives (a) the addresses 
of the widows of peers, baronets, and knights, (6) the 
services, residences, clubs, &o., of the younger children 
of peers and baronets, (c) the inferior titles of peers 
arranged in alphabetical order, (d) the engraved tinc- 
tures of the armorial bearings of peers and baronets, 
and (e) full biographical sketches of knights ; 

(iii) is the cheapest illustrated work of the kind extant. 

The alterations necessitated by promotions and other causes 
among the collateral branches of peers and baronets, and 
among knights, were in 1875 much beyond the average, while 
those referring to the heads of families were unusually few. 

For some years past the numbers both of marriages and 
births among the titled classes and their children had been 
gradually waning ; in 1875, however, a material change 
occurred, and the year is remarkable for the great number of 
fashionable marriages that were solemnized, and the many 
children that were born to those whose names appear herein, 
or to their immediate connections. 

The information furnished throughout the volume is entirely 
devoted to dry facts, a circumstance afc which some octoge- 
narians express surprise when they compare such with the 
fulsome adulation, or covert sneers, with which the biographies 
of "DEBRETT" were interlarded in their early days. The 
appreciated simplicity of the present style is, however, a prac- 
tical exemplification of the utilitarian character of the age. 

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PREFACE. 



other successes of another branch are not referred to, while 
the real " Simon Pares " request that every reference to such 
subjects may be expunged ! The head of another family 
considers he is not properly described unless certain services 
are recorded services which his relatives deem too trivial for 
insertion ! Then waywardness has to be contended with, a 
weakness with which many. are afflicted. Thus gentlemen who 
a few years ago were proud to be described in a certain man- 
ner object after promotion to have their early successes 
recorded. Honor es mutant mores I 

To ensure reliable data neither expense nor trouble ' has 
been spared, and as 18-20ths of the information furnished has 
been corrected by the noblemen and peeresses, and ladies and 
gentlemen, referred to in the work, the contents may be 
accepted as reliable. In respect to baronets, however, some 
instances occur in which comparatively speculative particulars 
are published, inasmuch as no information can be procured 
respecting the gentlemen referred to. But these refer to 
creations that are to all intents and purposes temporarily 
obsolete, as each holder thereof, having inherited only a title, is 
living in obscurity, and to whom we cannot apply the motto, 
Avito viret honore. Such is the mutability of human affairs ! 

The unwarrantable assumption of baronetages by persons 
who have no claim thereto annually increases, and it appears to 
us to be a blot upon the escutcheon of English jurisprudence 
that any adventurer may, with the greatest impunity, dub 
himself with the much-coveted honour of " baronet." 

The obituary of 1875 includes the names of 20 peers, 15 
peeresses, 26 baronets, and 34 knights. The number of each 
of the three first-mentioned classes was below the average, 
while the mortality among knights, though in excess of 1874, 
was not disproportionately heavy. In the same year four 
peerages (Aldborough, Charleville, Duffus, and Fitzwalter) and 
six baronetages (Dunbar, Culling-Eardley, Lyell, Macdonnell, 



Vlll PREFACE. 



Musgrave, and Prideaux) became extinct ; one beir-apparent 
to a peerage (Viscount G-rey de Wilton) was created a peer 
during tbe lifetime of bis fatber; two Scotcb earls (Dalbousie 
and Home) were promoted to Englisb peerages,* and tbe dor- 
mant Scotcb barony of Belbaven and Stenton was revived ; one 
gentleman (Barttelott) was created a baronet, 9 new members 
(Baggallay,Bentinck,Coucb, Keating, Lome, Murray, Oroasby, 
Shrewsbury, and Thynne) were sworn Privy Councillors, and 
32 gentlemen (Bagbie, Brawn, Buckle, Cadogan, Cole, Collin- 
son, Cuppage, Daly, Du Cane, Ellis, Field, Gartb, Giffard, 
Gregory, Holdicb, Haly, Huddleston, Like, Lindley, Loring, 
Macleay, Mitcbell, Ricbardson, R >biason, Sladen, Sotbeby, 
Souter, Tarville, Yogel, Wade, Walton, and Wilson) received 
tbe bonour of knigbtbood. 

For tbe courteous aid rendered to me by many noblemen 
and otbers, I offer my cordial tbanks, anl soliciting early 
information respecting future promotions, birtbs, marriages, 
deatbs, &c., 

I bave tbe bonour to subscribe myself 

THE EDITOR, 



* Dai-ing the passage of the work through the press several creations and 
promotions have been made in the peerage, but these having been gazetted in 
1876 will be found under the heading of " Occurrences during Printing." 



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ABERCROMBY, Baron Son and heir resigned his commission as Capt. in the 

Highland Borderers Light Imfantry, Dec. 1875. 
ABERDEEN, Earl of Heir presumptive appointed Col. 100th Regiment 1873, 

and elected M.P. for East Aberdeenshire (C.) Dec. 1875. 
ABERGAVENNY, Earl of Created a Marquess, Jan. 1875. 
ALDBOROUGH, Earl of died Dec. 19th, 1875, title extinct, 

ALINGTON, BARON. (STURT.) 

HENRY GERARD STURT, eldest son of the late Henry Charles Sturt, Esq., 
of Crichel, Dorset, M.P. fou Bridport 181719, Dorchester 182021, and 
Dorsetshire 1835 46, by Lady Charlotte Penelope, 3rd daughter of the 
6th Earl of Cardigan. Born 1825; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford (B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848). Is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, for 
Dorsetshire. Sat as M.P. for Dorchester (C.) 1847 56, and tor Dorsetshire 
1856 75. Married (1853) Lady Augusta Bingham, eldest daughter of the 
3rd Earl of Lucan, and has issue living, 
Son, Humphrey, b. 1859 ; educated at Eton. 
Daughters, Hilda, b. 1863. Wiunifred, 6.1867. Mildred, b. 1868. Mabel, b, 1870. Sybil, 

b. 1873. 

Brother living, Charles Napier, b. 1832 ; educated at Harrow ; is a Magistrate for Dorset- 
shire, and Lieut. Col. Grenadier Guards. Sat as M.P. for Dorchester (L.C.) 1856 74. 
Residence, -61, St. James's St. C/6, Carlton, Guards, Garrick, White's, Turf. 
Patron of eight livings, Witchampton, R. Salton Walton, R. Timelton, V. Woods- 
ford, R. Crichel-More, R. Cum Long Crichel, R. Dorsetshire, and three others. 

Creation, Baron Alington of Crichel, 1876, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 
Srms, Vert, on a fesse or, between three colts courant argeni, as many roses gules. 
Crest, A demi-lion, rampant gules, holding a banner of the same charged with a rose 
argent, staff, or. 

Seat, Crichel, Wimbourne, Dorset. Town Residence, 50, Lower Grosvenor Street, W. 
Clubs, White's. Carlton. Turf. 

ASHBROOK, Yiscountr Son and heir born Dec. 28th, 1875. 

BANTRY, Earl of Daughter, Jane Frances Annie, married Jan. 6th, 1876, 

Edward Maxwell K. Herbert, Esq. 
BUCCLEUCH, Duke of Daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, married Dec. 1875, 

Donald Cameron, Esq., M.P. The Duke is Col. of the Edinburgh 
Light Infantry Militia, and not of the Midlothian Yeomanry Cavalry. 
BRIDGEMAN, Lady Selina died Jan. 10th, 1876. 

BUCKINGHAM, Duke of resigned Chairmanship of Bucks Sessions, 1875. 
BUTE, Marquess of Daughter, Margaret, born Dec. 24th, 1875. 
CALEDON, Earl of Heir presumptive appointed Adjutant 2nd Dragoons. 
CARLTON, Viscount title borne by the Earl of Wharncliffe. 
CHELMSFORD, Baron Daughter, Julia is Housekeeper at St. James's Palace. 
CHESTERFIELD, Marianne, Countess of died Dec. 20th, 1875. 
CHURSTON, Baron Son born Dec. 10th, 1875. 
CLANRICARDE, Marchioness died Jan. 1876. 

COLERIDGE, Baron Heir apparent grad. B.A. Trin. Coll., Oxford Dec. 1875. 
COWLEY, Earl Brother, William Henry George, died Dec. 24th, 1875. 
DALHOUSIE, Earl of Brother Henry created a K.C.S.I. Dec. 31st, 1875. 



OCCURRENCES DURING PRINTING. 



DE BLAQUIERE, Baron Clubs United Service, Army and Navy, Scientific. 
DERBY, Earl of Installed as Lord Rector of Edinburgh University, Dec. 

1875, and created Hon. LL.D. thereof. 
DE VESCI, Viscount The 3rd Viscount died Dec. 23rd, 1875, and is succeeded 

by his son, John Robert William, whose h. p. is his brother Eustace. 
EDINBURGH, H.R.H. the Duke of Daughter christened Dec. 15th, 1875, 

Marie Alexandra Victoria. 

ELY, Marquess of Sister Marion Jane, married 2ndly, 1875 (Bourne). 
ERNE, Earl of, in the peerage of Ireland created a Baron of the United 

Kingdom, Jan. 1876. 
FERENAUGH, Baron title of the Earl of Erne on Roll of H.L. 

GERARD, BARON. (GERARD.) 

ROBERT TOLVER GERARD, 1st Baron, son of the late John Gerard, Esq., 
of Windle Hall, Lancashire. Born 1808; succeeded his brother, Sir John 
as 13th Baronet 1854 ; educated at Oscott Roman Catholic College ; 
entered the Carabineers 1828, beceme Lieut. 1836, Captain 1837, and retired 
1838 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Lancashire, of which county he 
was High Sheriff 1859; has been Lieut. Col. of the Lancashire Yeomanry 
Cavalry since 1855, and Yeomanry Aide-de-Camp to Her Majesty, with the 
rank of Col. since 1867 : married (1849) Harriet, daughter of E. Clifton, 
Esq., and has issue, living, 

Sons, William Cansfield, b. 1851 ; educated at Oscott Roman Catholic College : is a Lieut- 
in the 2nd Life Guards. Clubs, White's, Boodle's, Maryborough. 
Robert Joseph, b. 185/. 

Daughters, Monica Mary. Catherine Frances. 

Brother living, Frederick Sewallis, b. 1811 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Lan- 
cashire, and Major in the Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry ; in. 1835, Mary Ann, 
daughter of the Rev. Thomas Wilkinson, Vicar of Kirk Hullam, Derbyshire. Residence, 
Aspul House, near Wigan. Club, Boodle's. 

Creation, Baron Gerard, of Bryn, in the county palatine of Lancaster, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 18/6. A Baronet, l6l 1 . 

Slrms, Argent, a saltire gules. (Crest, A lion rampant ermine, crowned. MOTTO, 
En Dieu est mon esperanco. In God is my hope. 

Seat, Garswood, Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire. Town Residence, 35, Grosvenor 
Square, W. Clubs, White's, Boodle's, Marlborough. 

GORE (ORMSBY-GORE), family name of Baron Harelch. 

GOSFORD, Baron Brother and heir presumptive promoted to Capt. and Lieut. 

Col. Coidstream Guards, Jan. 5th, 1876. 

GOUGH, Viscount Eldest son appointed Adjutant 14th Hussars 1875. 
GREVILLE, Baron Became Hon. Col. of Westmeath Militia Dec. 1875. 
GROSVENOR, Lady Richard died 1876. 

HARLECH, BARON. (ORMSBY-GORE.) 

JOHN RALPH ORMSBY-GORE, eldest son of the late William Ormsby-Gore, 
Esq., of Porkington, Shropshire, many years M.P, for North Salop, by 
Mary Jane, only daughter and heiress of Owen Ormsby, Esq., of Willowbrook, 
co. Sligo. Born June 3rd, 1816 ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, (M.A. 18). Was a Groom in Waiting to Her Majesty 184159. 
Sat as M.P. lor Carnarvonshire (C.) 1837 41, and for Shropshire North 
185975. Is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, of Shropshire and Carnarvon- 
shire : married (1844) Sarah, youngest daughter of Sir John Tyssen Tyrell, 
2nd Bart., and has issue, living : 



OCCURRENCES DURING PRINTING. Kill 

Daughter, Fanny Mary Katherine, m. 1863, Lloyd, who d. 1868, eldest son of the 3rd 

Baron Kenyon. Is mother of the 4th Baron Kenyon. 

Brother living, William Richard, M.P., heir presumptive under a special remainder, b. 
1819; educated at Eton ; served in the 13th Dragoons 1835 55, and retired as Major. 
Is Vice Lieut, of co. I.eitrim and a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, for co. Sligo, of which 
he was High Sheriff 1857; sat as M.P. for co. Sligo (C.) 184152, when he was an un- 
successful candidate; has represented co. Leitrim since 1858: m. 1850, Lady Emily 
Charlotte, daughter of the late Admiral Sir George Francis Seymour, G.C.B., and sister 
of the 5th Marquess of Hertford. Seats, Derrycarne, co. Leitrim; Tetworth, Sun* 
nmghill, Berks. Town Residence,-~12, Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. Clubs Carlton, 
United Service. 

Patron of one living, Puertos, Montgomeryshire. 

Creation, Baron Harlech, of Harlech, in the county of Merionethshire, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1876. 

Sfrms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th* gules, a fesse between three cross crosslets, fltchee or, 
Gore ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, a bend between six crosses croslet, fltchee or, a canton argent, 
charged with a rose of the field, Ormsby. (Crest, 1st, an heraldic tiger rampant argent, 
ducally gorged or, Gore; 2nd, a dexter arm embowed in armour proper, charged with a 
rose gules, holding in the hand a man's leg also in armour, couped at the thigh, Ormsby. 
MOTTO, In hoc signo yinces, 

Seats, Brogyntyn, Oswestry ; Glyn, Merionethshire. Town Residence, 4, Bucking* 
ham Gate, S.W. Clubs, Carlton, Junior Carlton. 

KENYON, Baron Mother is daughter of the 1st Baron Harlech. Heir 
presumptive married 1875, Florence Anna, eldest daughter of John 
Hurleston Leche, Esq., of Garden Park, Cheshire. 

LYTTON, Baron will shortly be appointed Governor-General of India. 

JVO&THBROOK, Baron will retire from the Governor-Generalship of India 
early in 1876, and be promoted to an Earldom. 

TOLLEMACHE, BAHON. (TOLLEMACHE.) 

JOHN TOLLEMACHE, 1st Baron, son of the late Admiral John Richard 

Delap Tollemache, of Helmington, Suffolk, and Peckforton, Cheshire, by 

Lady Elizabeth Stratford, daughter of the 3rd Earl of Aldborough [title 

extinct]. Born 1805. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Suffolk and 

Cheshire. Sat as M.P. for Cheshire South (C.) 184168, and for Cheshire 

West 186872. Married 1st (1826) Georgiana, who died 1846, daughter 

of Mr. and Lady Emily Best, by whom he has issue, living, 

Sons, Wilbraham Fredk.,M.P., b. 1832; is a Magistrate for Cheshire, and Major 1st Cheshire 

Militia, with which Regiment he served when embodied 1853 56. Has sat as M.P. lor 

Cheshire West (C.) since Feb. 1872 : m. 1858, Lady Emma Georgiana Stewart, who d. 

186Q, 2nd daughter of the Qth Earl of Galloway, and has issue four sons and two 

daughters. Seat, Tilstone Lodge, Tarporly, Cheshire. Clubs, Carlton, Travellers'. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1850), Minnie, daughter of late James Duff, Esq., 

and step-daughter of the 4th Baron Kendlesham, by whom he has issue, 

living, 

Sons, Delap, b. 1850, Aamilton, b. 1852, Murray, b. 185, Stanhope, b. 1855, Duff, b. 

Douglas, b, 1862, Stratfor I, A. 1864, Randolph, b. 1865, Mortimer, b. 1872. 
Daughter living, Rhona Cecilia Emily, b. 1857. 
Brother living,* Wilbraham Spencer Augustus. 

Sisters lining, Marianne, m. H. De Burgh, Esq., Selina, m. W. Locke, Esq. Georgina, 
m. Aon. W. Cowper-Temple, Esq., M.P. 

Patron of seven livings, Tilstone, V. Acton, V. Woodhead.V. Baddiley, R. Woodley, 
V. Peckforton, V. Cheshire. Framsden, V. Suffolk. 

Irms, Argent, a frette sable. Crest, A horse's head erased gules, between two 
wings or, pelletee. MOTTO, Confido conquiesco. 

Creation, Baron Tollemache, of Helmington Hall, in the county of Suffolk, 1876, in 
the peerage ot the United Kingdom. 

Seats, Peckforton Castle, Tarporley, Cheshire; Helmingham Hall, Stonham, Suffolk. 
Town Residence, 8, St. James's Square. Clubs, Carlton, Arthur's. 



xiv 



OBITUABY, 1875. 



PEERS. 

Agre 

ALDBOROUGH, Earl of, (title extinct) 67 

CARNWATH, Earl of . . . 76 

CHARLEVILLE, Earl of, (title extinct) 46 

DE YESCI, Viscount 72 

DORCHESTER, Baron 64 

DUFFUS, Baron, (title extinct) 76 

FITZWALTER, Baron, (title extinct) . . , 74 

GRANTLEY, Lord 77 

HASTINGS, Baron 21 

HILL, Viscount 75 

HUNTINGDON, Earl of 88 

LOVAT, Baron 73 

MOLESWORTH, Viscount 89 

RANFURLY, Earl of 26 

REAY, Baron 62 

ST. LEONARD'S, Baron .93 

STANHOPE, Earl . 70 

TREDEGAR, Baron 83 

WESTBURY, Baron . 45 

YARBOROUGH, Earl of 40 



PEERESSES. 



BEAUCHAMP, Catherine, Countess 

of. 

BERWICK, Sophia, Baroness. 
BLANTYRE, Fanny Mary, Baroness. 

BUCHAN, Agnes Graham, Countess 

of. 
CARNARVON, Evelyn, Countess of. 

CHELMSFORD, Anna Maria, Ba- 
roness. 

CHESTERFIELD, Marianne, Countess 
of. 



CLINTON, Frances Selina, Baroness. 
COTTESLOE, Baroness. 
DUNSANY, Elizabeth, Baroness. 
GREY DE RUTHYN, Baroness. 

HASTINGS, Frances Diana, Ba- 
roness. 

Powis, Lucy, Countess of. 
SCARSDALE, Blanche, Baroness. 

SINCLAIR, Isabella Mary, Ba- 
roness. 



1876. 
CLANRICARDE, Marchioness of. 



A TABLE OF PRECEDENCY. 



AMOXO MKN. 

THE SOVEREIGN. 

Prince of Wales. 

Other Sons. 

The Sovereign's Grandsons. 

The Sovereign's Brothers. 

The Sovereign's Uncles. 

The Sovereign's Nephews and Cousins. 

Archbishop of Canterbury (Primate of all 

England, and Metropolitan). 
Lord High Chancellor, or Lord Keeper 

(being a Baron) . 

Archbishop of York, Primate of England. 
Archbishops of Ireland. 
Lord High Treasurer, a \, 

Lord President of the Privy Council J 

Lord Privy Seal. 
Lord Great Chamberlain. 
Lord High Constable. 

Earl Marshal. > c 

Lord High Admiral (when existing). 
Lord Steward of the Household. 
Lord Chamberlain of the Household. 

The Secretaries of State. 

Dukes, according to their Patents. 

Marquesses, according to their Patents. 

Eldest Sons of Dukes. 

Earls, according to their Patents. 

Younger Sons of Dukes of the Blood Royal. 

Eldest Sons of Marquesses. 

Younger Sons of Dukes. 

Viscounts, according to their Patents. 

Eldest Sons of Earls. 

Younger Sons of Marquesses. 

Bishops of London, Durham, Winchester ; 

then all other Bishops, according to their 

Seniority of Consecration, d 



AMOXO WOMEN. 

THE QUEEN. 

Princess of Wales. 

Daughters cf the Sovereign. 

Wives of the Sovereign's Sons. 

Wives of the Sovereign's Grandsons. 

Queen's Sisters, or Wives of the Sovereign's 

Brothers. 
Queen's Aunts, or Wives of the Sovereign's 

Uncles. 
Queen's Nieces, or Wives of the Sovereign's 

Nephews. 
Wives of Dukes of the Blood Royal. 

Duchesses . 

Wives of the Eldest Sons of Dukes of the 

Blood Royal. 

Marchionesses. 

Wives of the Eldest Sons of Dukes. 
Daughters of Dukes. 

Countesses. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of Dukes of 

the Blood Royal. 
Wives of the Eldest Sons of Marquesses. 

Daughters of Marquesses. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of Dukes. 

Viscountesses. 
Wives of the Eldest Sons of Earls. 

Daughters of Earls. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of Marquesses. 

Baronesses. 
Wives of the Eldest Sons of Viscounts. 

Daughters of Viscounts. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of Earls. 
Wives of the Eldest Sons of Barons. 

Daughters of Barons. 

Wives of Knights of the Garter. 

Wives of Bannarets Royal. 



n This office is now represented by the Lords of the Treasury > the First Lord is the 
Premier. 

b Being of the degree of Baron, by statute 31 Hen. VIII. 

c To sit and be placed after the Lord Privy Seal, in manner and form following : viz. 
Every of them shall sit and be placed above all other personages being of the same estates 
or degrees that they shall happen to be of; the Great Chamberlain, first; the Constable, 
next ; the Marshall, third ; the Lord Admiral, fourth ; the Grand Master or Lord Steward, 
fifth ; and the King's Chamberlain, sixth ; by statute 31 Hen. VIII. 

By this statute, the Lord Great Chamberlain had place next to the Lord Privy Seal ; but 
in the year 1714, upon the Marquess of Lindsay (then Hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain) 
being created Duke of Ancaster, it was ordered that he should have and enjoy that prece- 
dency only when he or they (his successors) shall be in the actual execution of the said 
office, attending the person of the King or Queen for the time being, or introducing a Peer 
or Peers into the House of Lords, which was confirmed by statute l Geo. I. 

d But if any Bishop be Principal Secretary of State, he shall be placed above all other 
Peers of his degree, not having any of the great offices before mentioned, by statute 31 
Henry VIII. 



A TABLE OF PRECEDENCY. 



AMONG MEN. 

Bishop of Meath, and then all 
ether Bishops of Ireland, according to 

their Seniority of Consecration, e 

Barons, according to their Patents./ 

Speaker of the House of Commons. 

Lord Commissioner of the Great Seal 

(when existing) . 
Treasurer "| 

Comptroller > of the Household. 

Master of the Horse J 
Secretaries of State (being under the 

degree of Baron.) 

Eldest Sons of Viscounts. 

Younger Sons of Earls. 

Eldest Sons of Barons. 

Knights of the Garter, the Thistle, 

and St. Patrick (being Peers) . 

Privy Councillors. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer. 

Chancellor ot the Duchy of Lancaster. 

Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench. 

Master of the Rolls. 

Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. 
Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. 

Judge Ordinary. 
Lords Justices of Chancery. 

Vice Chancellors. 

Judges of the Queen's Bench i according 
Judges of the Common Pleas j> to date of 
Barons of the Exchequer I appointment 

Judge of the Court of Probate. 

Bannerets, made by the Sovereign in 

person under the Royal Standard, displayed 

in an Army Royal in open war. 

Younger Sons of Viscounts. 

Younger Sons of Barons. 
Baronets, according to date of Patent. 
Bannerets not made by the Sovereign 

in person. 
Knights Grand Crosses of the Bath. 

Knights of the Star of India. 
Knights Grand Crosses of St. Michael 

and St. George. 
Knights Commanders of the Bath, and 

other Orders. 

Knights Bachelors. 

Companions of the Order of the Bath, and 

other Orders. 

Esquires (those of the Bath and by 
Creation, are allowed precedence of all 

others). 
Gentlemen (entitled to bear arms). 



AMONG WOMKN. 

Maids of Honour. 

Wives of the Younger Sons of Viscounts. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of Barons. 

Wives of Baronets. 
Wives of Bannerets / if not Bannerets 

Royal). 

Wives of Knights of the Thistle. 
Wives of Knight Grand Crosses of the Bath. 

Wives of Knights of St. Patrick. 
Wives of Knights Grand Crosses of 

St. Michael and St. George. 
Wives of Knights Commanders of the 

Bath. 

Wivfes of Knights Commanders of 

St. Michael and S'. George. 

Wives of Knights Bachelors. 

Wives of Companions of the Bath. 

Wives of Companions of St. Michael and 

St. George. 

Wives and Daughters of Esquires : viz. 
Wives of the Ernest Sons of the Younger 

Sons of Peers. 
Daughters of the Eldest Sons of the 

Younger Sons of Peers. 
Wives of Baronets' Eldest Sons. 

Daughters of Baronets. 
Wives of Bannerets' Eldest Sons. 

Daughters of Bannerets. 
Wives of Eldest Sons of Knights of the 

Garter. 

Daughters of Knights of the Garter. 

Wives of the Eldest Sons of Knights 

Grand Crosses of the Bath, and of 

St. Michael and St. George, and Wives 

of the eldest Sons of other Knights 

of the said Orders, respectively. 

Daughters of said Knights. 
Wives of the Eldest Sons of Knights 

Bachelors. 

Daughters of Knights Bachelors. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of the Younger 

Sons of Peers. 
Daughters of the Younger Sons of the 

Younger Sons of Peers. 

Wives of Baronets' Younger Sons. 

Wives of Bannerets' Younger Sons. 

Wives of the Younger Sons of Knights of 

the Bath, and St. Michael and St. George 

respectively. 
Wives of the Younger Sons of Knights 

Bachelors. 

Wives of Gentlemen. 
Daughters of Gentlemen. 



e By the Irish Church Act of 1869. 

/ But if any Peer be the Principal Secretary of State, he shall be placed above all 
other Peers of his degree, not having any of the great offices before mentioned. 
By the 23rd Article of the Union of Scotland, which was confirmed by statute 5th Anne, 
cap. 1, all Peers of Scotland shall be Peers of Great Britain, and have rank next after the 
Peers of the like degree in England at the time of the Union, which commenced the 1st of 
May, 1707, and before all Peers of Great Britain of the same degree created after the Union. 
By the Act for the Union of Ireland, 39 and 40 Geo. III. cap. 67, it is enacted, " The Lords 
of Parliament ou the part of Ireland shall have the same privileges as the Lords on the 



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part of Great Britain ; and all the Lords Spiritual of Ireland shall have rank next after the 
Lords Spiritual of the same rank in Great Britain, and shall enjoy the same privileges 
(except those depending upon sitting in the House of Lords) ; and the Temporal Peers of 
Ireland shall have rank next after the Peers of the like rank in Great Britain at the time of 
the Union ; and all Peerages of Ireland and of the United Kingdom created after the 
Union, shall have rank according to creation ; and all Peerages of Great Britain and Ire- 
land shall in all other respects be considered as Peerages of the United Kingdom : and 
the peers of Ireland shall enjoy the same privileges, except those depending upon sitting 
in the House of Lords." The priority of signing any treaty or public instrument by public 
Ministers, is taken by rank of place, and not by title. 

Tables of Precedency usually subdivide the degree of Esquire to a considerable 
extent ; comprehending Flag and Field Officers, Eldest Sons of the younger sons of Peers, 
Baronets' Eldest Sons, Eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter, Eldest Sons of Bannerets, 
of Knights of the Bath, and of Knights Bachelors, and the Younger Sons of the younger 
sons of Peers, of Baronets, of Knights^of the Bath, of Knights Bachelors, fyc. 

Many printed tables extend the order of precedency to Divines, Members of the 
Legal Profession, Officers of the Army and Navy, Citizens and Burgesses ; in point of fact, 
however, such persons have no peculiar precedency assigned to them, either by statute or 
by any fixed principle. In certain public ceremonials of State, such as coronations, royal 
funerals, and those of distinguished public individuals, wherein the Knight Marshal, Judge 
of the Admiralty, Law Officers of the Crown, and others, have formed part ot those pro- 
ceedings, the following precedency appears for many years to have been observed, 
viz. : 

Baronets. Knights of the Bath. 

Knight Marshal. Judge of the Admiralty. Prime Serjeant. Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber, 

Esquires of the King's Body. 
Attorney -General. SoJ'citor-General. Serjeants-at-Law. Masters in Chancery. 

Knights Bachelors. 

iJivines. Physicians. Esquires. 

Gentlemen. 

It should be remarked that Esquires of the King's body do not appear in any recent 
ceremonials ; and that by virtue of a Royal Warrant bearing date 14 Dec. 1813, His Majesty 
King George III. in consideration of the important and weighty affairs in which his 
Attorney and Solicitor-General were constantly engaged on behalf of the Crown, was 
pleased to declare that henceforth they should have pre-audience in all Courts of Law 
before the Ancient Serjeant-at-Law, as well as all other Serjeants-at-Law ; and conse- 
quently, at the funeral of Queen Charlotte, in 1818, and at the Coronation of King George 
IV., 1821, those high officers had precedency of Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber, over 
whom the King's Prime Serjeant had precedency, and in subsequent public ceremonials 
they have been so placed. 






TITLES, ORDERS, AND DEGREES OF PRECEDENCE 
AND DIGNITY. 



THE origin of Heraldry, and of the use of family arms and mottoes, which form a 
prominent feature in the English system of "honours," has been ascribed with 
much appearance of truth to the necessity of leaders in battle bearing some device or 
mark by which their followers could constantly recognise them. These are beyond 
doubt of very ancient origin as ancient, probably, or nearly so, as the existence 
of war itself, though it was not until towards the later period of the middle ages 
that Heraldry was moulded into a science a designation it has substantially 
deserved. It was an important portion of the learning of times of ignorance, and 
still constitutes an elegant and interesting branch of investigation. The study of 
Heraldry, in all its innumerable quaint meanings and allusions, cannot be pursued 
long without opening up new and enlightened views upon important subjects and 
throwing light upon " dark places " in the manners of bygone times. The mere 
process of ascertaining the significance of offices, titles, emblems, ceremonials, &c. ? 
is a beneficial intellectual exercise, leading the mind back through many of the 
most stirring passages in history. But as the space assigned to this Essay does 
not permit us to enter into these details, we turn at once to our proper subject, 
namely, the TITLES, STATES, and DEGREES OF PRECEDENCE and DIGNITY, as 
existing in this country. 

I. 

We are told by ' distinguished writer on precedence, that " The Orders of State, 
and division of dp,rees and honours in the British government, consist of a king or 
monarch, noblemen or gentry, citizens freeborn, who are designated yeomen, and 
artizans or handicraftsmen." 



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TITLES, ORDERS AND DEGREES OP PRECEDENCE AND DIGNITY, 

First in honour and dignity, as in power indeed, the seat and fountain of al 
three is 

THE SOVEREIGN, 





THB KOYAL CROWN. THE HERALDIC CROWN. 

who, in addition to the well-known powers habitually exercised by the Crows, 
possesses, according to Camden, " many rights and privileges peculiar to majesty, 
termed by the learned lawyers sacra sacrorum, that is, sacred and individual, or 
inseparable, because they cannot be severed ; and the ordinary royal prerogatives, 
termed the flowers of his crown, in which respect they affirm that the regal material 
crown is adorned with flowers. Some of these are held by positive or written law 
others which, by right of custom, by a silent consent of all men without law, 
prescription of time has allowed, the King justly enjoys." 

Amongst the more clearly defined prerogatives of the British monarch are those 
of convoking, adjourning, removing, and dissolving Parliament, refusing assent to 
bills, without which assent they cannot become law, and increasing the numbers of 
the members of either House, either by creating new peers or enabling towns to 
send members. As respects the Commons, however, this power has long been 
obsolete. The Sovereign declares war at pleasure; chooses and appoints all com- 
manders and officers by land and sea ; all judges, magistrates, counsellors, and 
officers of state, Archbishops, Bishops, and high ecclesiastical dignitaries ; bestows 
all public honours, pardons criminals, and exercises many other powers, usually by 
the advice of the Cabinet Ministers, who, however, alone are responsible, the theory 
of English law being that the Sovereign can commit no wrong. Another theory of 
our law is that the King (or Queen) never dies substantially, that the throne is never 
vacant, the succession of the heir being instantaneous. Hence, observes a constitu- 
tional writer, " the ceremony of a coronation is merely a solemn recognition and 
confirmation of the royal descent, and consequent right of accession, and is not 
necessary for the security of the title to the crown. It is, however, highly essential, 
inasmuch as it tends to a formal establishment of those rights which the people 
claim from the monarch in return for the du+-" and allegiance they are bound to 
observe towards the new Sovereion." 



XX TITLES, ORDERS, AND DEGREES OP PRECEDENCE AND DIGNITY. 

The coronation ceremonial is more splendid, emblematic, and elaborate in 
England than in any other country. Instance the anointing with oil, which has 
been used upwards of one thousand years ; the formal crowning, the several religious 
ceremonies, beside the insignia of royalty, amongst which are, " a ring, to signify 
his faithfulness ; a bracelet for good works ; a sword, for vengeance ; purple robes, 
to attract reverence ; and a diaden, to blazen his glorv," Come of these forms 
would seem to be of Judaical origin. 

The derivation of our word king, is, according to Chamberlayne, from the Saxon 
word Konig. or Cyning, which comes from Can, intimating power, or Ken, knowledge, 
wherewith every sovereign should be invested. Some of the titles of our Saxon 
kings were very quaint and pompous. These were discontinued by the Normans, 
and it was not until Henry IV. adopted the title of "Grace," that prefixes came into 
use. .These prefixes were successively changed (at the pleasure of the sovereigns 
themselves) into " Excellent Grace," "High and Mighty Prince," and "Highness," 
until Henry VIII. adopted those of "Majesty" and "Dread Sovereign," which latter 
it will be admitted, was in his case completely appropriate. The word " Sire," 
usually heading letters addressed to a male sovereign, is derived from the Greek, and 
merely signifies Lord. 



II. 

THE HEIR- APPARENT. 





The Heir- Apparent to the Crown is next below the Sovereign in all honour and 
dignity not as participating or comparing with the latter, who stands alone and 
supreme, but as enjoying the largest share of the honour which flows from the 
Crown. 

Of course no person can hold this position save the eldest son of the Sovereign, 
or. if the former be dead, his eldest son, and so on supposing the improbable case of 
the death and succession of several eldest sons during the life of the Sovereign. 
This constant preference of the direct line to the closest collateral branch is one of 
the arrangements which distinguish the European from some of the Asialic orders 
of succession, and tends greatly to preclude confusion and discord. 



TITLES, ORDERS, AND DEGREES OF PRECEDENCE AND DIGNITY. XXl 

When there is no living son, or living male descendant thereof, the nearest lieu- 
is heir-presumptive, because, though presumably the Sovereign's successor, the latter 
may yet have a son. On the death of an eldest son without male issue, his next 
brother takes his place. 

Since the institution of the title by Edward L, the heir-apparent has been 
invariably created Prince of Wales. But it is a mistake to suppose that he is born 
with that title. There is no succession jof Princes of Wales; the title becomea 
merged in the Crown until renewed by the Sovereign's pleasure. Thus, had 
George IV. died whilst Prince of Wales, his next brother, though heir-apparent 
would not have been Prince of Wales. The placarded announcement of " Birth of a 
Prince of Wales," which gladdened the hearts of Englishmen on the 9th November, 
1841, was founded on a popular fallacy ; for an eccentric sovereign may so determine 
that there shall be no Prince of Wales, save in so far as provision is made by the 
uct of Edward III., who conferred the title on his son Edward (the renowned Black 
Prince), " to be held of him and his heirs, Kings of England." 

B at though not born Prince of Wales, the heir-apparent is born Duke of Cornwall 
a title created by Edward ILL in favour of the Black Prince, since which time, the 
chroniclers tell us, " the King's first-born son, from the hour of his birth, is reputed 
Duke of Cornwall." He also becomes immediately entitled to the revenues of his 
duchy, which are held at usufruct and accumulation for his benefit. This royal 
inheritance, by-the-bye, is at present very lucrative. Less than forty years since 
the revenues of the property, which had been grossly neglected aud mismanaged, 
were estimated at little more than 14,000 per annum, but under the wise superin- 
tendence of the lamented Prince Consort, a system of energy, and carefulness, and 
thrift was introduced, through which it is understood they have risen to something 
like 50,000 per annum the income now enjoyed in virtue of his duchy rights by 
our present illustrious and beloved Prince of Wales. The very large sum of ready 
money of which His Royal Highness became possessed upon attaining the age of 
twenty-ne, arose from the accumulation and improvement of the annual revenues 
under the care of his illustrious father ; and out of this fund the purchase of the 
Sandringham estate was effected. 

As to the rank and privileges of this illustrious personage, we learn from the 
British Compendium, Carter, Sir W. Segar, and other authorities, that " next to his 
father, should his father be a king, he is chief of the realm, and by course of the 
civil law is to sit at his right hand in all solemn assemblies of state and honour ; 
but he has no kingly prerogatives, by the laws of Britain, in the life of his father, 
but acknowledges a reverence, not only as to a father, but also as to his sovereign.' 
It is, perhaps, straining a point to affirm with Carter that the motto " Ich Dien " 
(/ serve) adopted by the Black Prince, after slaying John King of Bohemia 
at the battle of Cressy, is continued by the heir-apparent solely in token of 
his filial obedience. An old statute of Edward III. enacts " that to compass or 
imagine the death of the King's eldest son and heir is crimen Icesce majestatis " 
(high treason). 

It is a fact little noticed that on the union of the Crowns of England and Scot- 
land, King James's son (Prince Henry) was created " Prince of Great Britain and 
Ireland," aud that this nominally higher title survives in the person of our Prince 



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of Wales ; but the older and more venerable honour has long since caused the other 
to fall into disuse. 

To those who take pleasure in stately ceremonials and heraldic devices, it will be 
interesting to learn that the theoretical forms laid down for the ceremony of creating 
a Prince of Wales are thus : " He is presented before the King in his surcoat, 
cloak and mantle of crimson velvet, and girt with a belt of the same, when the 
King putteth a cap of crimson velvet, indented and turned up with ermine, and a 
coronet, on his head, as a token of principality ; and the King also putteth into his 
hand a verge of gold, the emblem of government, and a ring of gold on his middle 
finger, to intimate that he must be a husband to his country and a father to his 
children. To him are likewise given and granted letters patent, to hold the same 
principality, to him and his heirs, Kings of England, by which words the separation 
of this principality is for ever prohibited. The coronet placed on his head is of 
gold, and consists of crosses patee and fleurs-de-lys, with the addition of one arch, 
and in the midst a ball and a cross, as hath the royal diadem, which was solemnly 
ordered to be used by a grant dated February 9, 1660-61, llth Charles IE., xxx. 
His mantle which he wears at the coronation is doubled below the elbow with 
ermine, spotted diamond-wise ; but the robe which he wears in Parliament is adorned 
with fars or guards of ermine, set at an equal distance one from the other, with a 
gold lace above each bar." 

It is unnecessary to repeat to the readers of this work the somewhat apocryphal 
story with which they made acquaintance in their school-books, of the ruse said to 
have been practised by Edward I. upon the Welsh barons, when creating his son 
prince of Wales, and thus founding this illustrious title ; but in reference to the 
actuality of the titles of heir-apparent and Prince of Wales, it may be expedient 
to remark that, though theoretically distinct, they are practically identical. 

The rank and position of tlie otlier members of the Royal Fami.fi/, being sufficiently 
defined in the general Tables of Precedence, inserted elsewhere, need not be further 
referred to here. The clauses of the Royal Marriage Act prohibiting the marriage 
of personages connected with the Blood Royal without the sanction of the sovereign, 
but considerably modified by a conditional proviso, or door of grace, do not enter 
into the specific subject of this notice. 



THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY, THE LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR, 
THE ARCHBISHOPS OF YORK, ARMAGH, AND DUBLIN.* 

THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY is the first peer of England next to the Royal 
Family, preceding not only all Dukes, but all the great officers of the Crown. The 
Bishop of London is his Provincial Dean, the Bishop of Lincoln his Chancellor, and 
the Bishop of Rochester his Chaplain. " It belongs to him to crown the King ; " 



* The names of these eminent personages are grouped together, as they constitute 
a kind of distinctive belt of separation between the Royal Family and the general 
ixobilitj. 



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and we are informed by a curious old book upon special privileges, " that where- 
soever the Court shall happen to be, the king and queen are speciales domestlci paro- 
Ctuani Arch. Cant, (parishioners of the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury). The powtr 

of the Archbishops of Canterbury was for- 
merly enormous, net only in the ecclesiastical 
but the secular point of view. The Arch- 
bishop was also very frequently Lord Chan- 
cellor, and the instances are not few in which 
the influence of the archiepiscopal see has 
been formidable to the throne itself. Sine* 
the Reformation, this secular influence, which 
had been long declining, may be said to have 
altogether ceased. The Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, like his brother of York, is entitled 
" Your Grace." The formti styles himself, 
" By Divine Providence," but the Archbishop 
of York and the other bishops, "By Di vine 
Permission."* The arms of the Archbishop 
of Canterbury are Azure, a pastoral staff in 
pale, argent, ensigned with a cross patee, or, 
surmounted by a pall of the second, edged 
and fringed as the third, charged with four 

crosses fitchee, sable, impaling, or, a cross, gules, between four Moors' heads, 
full-faced, proper, for Archbishop Juxon (in commemoration of this prelate's faithful 
attendance upon King Charles I. in his last hours). 

THE LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR. This exalted office was in former times filled by 
a prelate, but for more than three centuries this custom has wholly ceased. The 
Lord Chancellor alone authorises all patents, writs, and grants, by affixing the 

Great Seal thereto. He collates to the 
ecclesiastical benefices in the gift of the 
Crown, is Keeper of the Great Seal, and 
"judges, according to equity, conscience, 
THE LORD CHANCELLOK'S MACE. and reason, when he finds the law of the 

land (the common law) so defective that 

the sxibject would be injured thereby." Appeals lie to him from all the other courts, 
and from his decisions there is no appeal except to the House of Lords. For many 
years the Lord Chancellor has been invariably created a peer concomitantly with 
his appointment, whereas in more ancient times, when not held by an ecclesiastic, 
the office was always filled by a commoner, as in the illustrious instance of Sir 
Phomas More. At present the Lord High Chancellor is the most indispensable 



ARCHBISHOP. 



* The See of Canterbury was founded by St. Augustine, and has hold pre-eminent rank 
in the English Church for 1,200 years. But it appears that in the Anglo-Saxon or British 
times the three British archbishops were those of London, Yoi-k, and Caerlon-upon-Usk. 
These ancient ecclesiastical arrangements were, of course, swept away by the predominant 
and pagan Saxons. 



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personage in the House of Peers, where he discharges functions analogous (mutatis 
mutandis) with those exercised by the Speaker of the House of Commons. 

THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. As already intimated, the See of York is more 
ancient than that of Canterbury. Whilst the holder of the latter is " Primate of 
all England," the Archbishop of York is simply "Primate of England" a distinc- 
tion, let us observe, with a difference. He has the privilege of crowning the Consort, 
and he is her perpetual chaplain. Within his own province he possesses powers 
nearly equivalent to those exercised by the Archbishop of Canterbury within 
his. The Archbishop of York precedes all secular peers except the Lord 
Chancellor. 



THE NOBILITY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. 

Heraldic authorities divide the nobility of this kingdom into two orders the 
greater and the less, the former consisting of all th'e degrees from a baron upwards 
and inclusive ; the latter of the baronets, knights, esquires, and gentlemen. Prac- 
tically, however, the only recognised noblemen amongst us are the peers spiritual 
and temporal, and those who by courtesy bear titles in virtue of their immediate 
connexion with noble houses. In illustration of the meaning of courtesy-titles, 
reference may be made to the terms in which a Royal Commission is issued. The 
present Earl Russell is one of the younger sous of a late Duke of Bedford, and 
before his elevation to the peerage was designated by courtesy Lord John Russell, 
whereas in strict observance he would have been simply "John Russell, Esq.," 
but for the prefix of " right honourable," derived from his political offices. 
In Parliament and society he was invariably spoken of as " Lord John Russell," 
and addressed as "My Lord," but in Royal proclamations and other documents 
strictly observant of formula, his designation was " The Right Honourable John 
Russell, commonly called Lord John Russell." 

Practically, the degrees of the nobility in the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
and Ireland are_/ire viz., Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, Viscounts, and Barons, to which 
may be added a sixth viz., Archbisho2>s and JBishope, most of whom, as spiritual 
.lords, are entitled to a seat in the House of Peers, and possess for their lives &ii 
the faculties and privileges of the peerage. But the wives of archbishops and 
bishops derive neither title nor precedency from the dignities of their husbands. 

The wife of an archbishop is simply Mrs. , and takes place merely as the wife of 

a simple gentleman. 

DUKE. This title is the highest of our designations of nobility. We have 
no " princes " outside the blood-royal. Indeed, so pre- 
eminent in honour and dignity is the ducal title, thai 
our royal princes, on attaining their majority, or suc- 
ceeding to their paternal rights, become dukes, as if 
the latter were the superior distinction. Thus, Prince 
George of Cambridge, on the death of his father, became 
UKX. ihik-e of Cambridge. 

Much learned ingenuity has been expended in the en- 




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Jeavour to trace the origin of a title which, though of comparatively modern intro- 
duction into this country, has, in one meaning and another, been in existence since 
the days of ancient Rome or, we might add, since the origin of the Latin tongue 
itself. It would seem obvious enough that the derivation from the Latin dux (a 
leader) indicates a leading man or chieftain, whether in war, or as the ruler and 
manager of a district, or in some position of power and trust. It is, in fact, not 
necessarily a subordinate title in any degree. The Dukes of Savoy, the Dukes of 
Tuscany, " cum mult is aliis," were sovereign and independent princes, and the 
German Confederation to this day furnishes cases in point. It is not necessary to 
go back to the old days of the Dukes of Normandy, Burgundy, Bretagne, <c., to 
understand that, however antiquarians may refine upon the matter, the essential 
meaning of the word " duke " is that of a man of the highest rank and mark ; and 
this is the actual position of these dignified personages in this country. There is 
no doubt, however, that for many centuries the title was rather one of charge and 
office than of dignity, the latter characteristic being appended as society became 
consolidated, and titular dignities systematised, when the anarchy following the fall 
of the Roman Empire began to subside into order. Although the first formal 
creation of a duke in England was by Edward HI., we hear of dukes in the Saxon 
times. Thus, old Joseph Holland reminds us that " Hollingshed, in his ' Chronicle,' 
fol. 235, recordeth that Kinge Edgar's second wife was called Alfreda, the daughter 
of Orgar, Duke of Devon, by whom hee had yssue Egelthred, that was afterwards 
Kinge of this lande, and is beried in Powlis." This, however, may have been only 
an official title, for the word frequently appears in the Saxon chronicles in a sense 
inferior to that of earl, bishop, and even abbot. Otho the Great, about the year 
970, is supposed to have been the first to constitute the title of duke regularly as 
one of honour and nobility ; and it became hereditary in France and other parts of 
the Continent long before it was, so to speak, naturalised in England. It has 
been surmised that one cause of its not being introduced earlier in England 
was the reluctance of the Norman kings themselves Dukes of Normandy 
to grant subjects a title resembling their own. The following passage from a 
q-uaint old writer gives an authentic account of the creation of the first English 
duke: 

" The first Duke that I finde sence the Conquest, was made by Kinge Eduard TTT. 
xj. regni sui ; where he made of the earldome of Cornwayle a dutchye, and created 
the Black Prince, his eldest sonne, Piince of Wales, Duke of Cornwayle, and Earl of 
Chester, and I have a dede made by the said Black Prince, wherein his stile is, 
Edward Disne Fitz de Roy D'Engleter and de France, Prince de Aquitonie et de 
Cales, Due de Cornwall, Count de Chester, and Seignor de Biscane." At the same 
time, we learn, " King Edward created in Parliament his two sons, Lionel Duke of 
Clarence, and John Duke of Lancaster, by the girding of a sword, and setting upon 
their heads a furred chapeau or cap, with a circlet or coronet of gold and pearls, 
and a charter delivered to each of them. From which time there have been many 
hereditary Dukes amongst us, created one after another, with the following or 
similar words : ' We give and grant the name, title, state, style, place, seat, pre- 
eminence honour, authority, and dignity of a Duke, and by the cincture of a sword, 
and imposition of a cap and coronet of gold upon his head, as also by delivering 



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trnlo him a verge of gold, we do really invest,' " &c. It is needless to say that the 
many ceremonies formerly attending the creation of dukes and other peers are 110 
longer observed. 

Between the Wars of the Roses and the decapitations under the Tudor princes, 
the ducal order was extinct or in abeyance during Elizabeth's reign, and was revived 
by James I. in the person of his favourite Villiers. 

The mantle or surcoat, which a duke wears at the coronation of king or queen, is 
of crimson velvet lined with white taffeta, and the mantle is doubled from the 
neck to the elbow with ermine, having four rows of spots on each shoulder. His 
parliamentary robes are of fine scarlet cloth, lined with taffeta, and doubled with 
four guards of ermine at equal distances, with gold lace above each guard, and tied 
up to the left shoulder by a white riband ; his cap is of crimson velvet, lined with 
ermine, having a gold tassel on the top ; his coronet is a circle of gold enriched with 
precious stones and pearls, and set round with eight strawberry leaves. He is styled 
His Grace, and by the Sovereign in public instruments, Our right trusty and right 
entirely beloved cousin, with the addition of and counsellor when a member of the 
Privy Council. 

MARQUESS is another comparatively new dignity in England, which, by the poten- 
tial will of the Sovereign, was raised to precedency over the ancient style and 
dignity of the earls. The title appears to be of German origin, and, as the name 
implies, is derived from the government of marches, or frontier 
provinces ; it was called by the Saxons, Marlcin Reeve / 
and by the Germans, Mafkyrare. It has the next place of 
honour to that of a duke, and was introduced many years 
subsequent to the establishment of that dignity in England. 
The first on whom that honour was conferred was the great 
MARQUESS. favourite of King Richard II., Robert de Vere, Earl of 

Oxford, who was created Marquess of Dublin, and placed in 

Parliament between the dukes and earls. The marquesses were created by the Bang 
by " cincture of the sword, and imposition of the cap of honour and dignitie, with 
the coronet, as also by the delivery of a charter or writing." The creations, how- 
ever, were not very numerous, and it would appear that the new honour was not 
greatly coveted by the old nobility ; for in the Parliamentary Rolls, it is recorded 
that "John de Beaufort, from being Earl of Somerset, was, by Richard IE., created 
Marquess of "Dorset, and afterwards, by Henry VI., deprived of that title, the time 
when the Commoners of England made humble suit in Parliament to the King, that 
he would restore him to his title of marquess, which he had lost. He opposed him- 
self against that petition, and openly said that It was a new dignitie, aed altogether 
unknown to his ancestors, and that therefore he neither craved it nor in any wise 
would he accept of it." The creation to this dignity was with nearly the same cere- 
mony as that of a duke ; but it now takes place by patent under the Great Seal, with- 
out any additional ceremony. The coronation robes are of crimson velvet lined with 
taffeta, and have four guards of ermine on the right side, and three on the left, set 
at equal distances, with gold lace above each guard, and tied up to the left shoulder 
by a white riband ; the cap is of crimson velvet lined with ermine, having a gold 
tassel at top ; the coronet is of gold, and has pearls and golden strawberry leaves 





TITLES, ORDERS, AND DEGREES OF PRECEDENCE AND DIGNITY, 

mixed alternately, round, of nearly equal height. The general style of a marquess is 
Most HonourMe; and he is styled by the King or Queen, Our right trusty and 
entirely beloved cousin, and counsellor when of the Privy Council. 

EARL. It has been customary to identify this ancient English dignity with 
the Latin Comes "Companion" (French, Comte ; Anglice, Count], one of the 
duties or privileges! of possessors of the title being to accompany the King, and to 
give counsel, advice, and aid on important occasions. We 
are told that " Constantino the Great, in order to secure the 
attachment of his followers, created a number of these 
Comites, as Comes Domesticorum (Master of the Household), 
Comes Stabuli (Master of the Horse) ; also such dignities as 
Comes Onentit, Comes Africce (Lieutenant of the East, of 
- J -. ARI . ) Africa, &c.) Thence ever since the name of Comes im- 

parted dignity, and the authority or government was at first 

temporary, but afterwards enjoyed for life. Moreover, in process of time, when the 
Roman empire was divided into many kingdoms, this title was nevertheless retained, 
and our English Saxons called those in Latin Comites and Consules, whom, in their 
own language, they called Ealdormen, the same which the Danes in their tongue 
called Eorlas, that is, honourable, as Ethelward writes, by which name, somewhat 
softened, they are called by us, at this day, Earls." In the Saxon times the title 
was one of the highest dignity and eminence. Earl Godwin occupied a rank much 
higher than that of any noble of the present day. It was even applied to sovereign 
princes. Thus William the Conqueror, sovereign of Normandy, is frequently called 
Earl of Normandy, and "William of Malmesbury never mentions him otherwise. 
The Norman kings adopted the Saxon title, and the first earls created were digni- 
taries of enormous power, holding not only proprietary, but virtually sovereign 
sway over large districts of country. Hugh Lupus, Earl of Chester, was a real 
potentate within his territory, though exercising his authority in the name of the 
king ; and so with others. But the number of earls increased rapidly, whilst the 
possibility of furnishing them with land and revenue diminished in proportionate 
ratio, so that various devices were resorted to for the purpose of furnishing the new 
creations with the means of support.* The dignity of the distinction was thus 
depreciated. Earls were created with the name of some place appended to the 
title, and the third penny of the shire was assigned unto them, for example, the 
Empress Maud, daughter and heir to King Henry I., created an earl in the 
following words: "/, Maud, daughter of King Henry, and ladee of the English- 
men, doe give and grant unto Geffrey de Margravil for his service, and to his heirs 
after 1dm, by right of inheritance, to be Earle of Essex, and to have the third 
pennie out of the Sheriff's Court, issuing out of all pleas, as an Earle should have 
thorow his countrie in all things" And Henry H. : " Know yec, that we have 
made Hugh Begod, Earle of Norfolk, to ivit, of the third pennie, of Norwic and 
Norfolc, as fully as any Earle of England lioldeth his sountie." 

* Immediately after the Conquest, earls began to be feudal, hereditary, and parlia- 
mentary that is, by fee or tenure, by service, by inheritance, and by lands. In th 
Domesday Book they were named earls without any addition Earl Hugh, Earl Roget c. 



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Of course this source of provision had a limit, and at a subsequent period the 
monarch was accustomed to assign pensions, not only to earls, but to other 
persons whom he ennobled, in the following proportions : Viscounts, a fee of 20 
marks ; Earls, of 20 ; Marquesses, a fee of 40 marks, and Dulces of 40, out of 
iome particular part of the royal revenue. A creation fee to barons was not 
settled; but Charles I., when he created Mountjoy Blount Lord Mountjoy, of 
Thurodston, Derbyshire, assigned to him and his issue male a creation fee of 20 
marks per annum. 

The earl's coronation robe is the same as a duke's or marquess's, except that 
he has only three guards of ermine and gold lace ; his cap is the same as theirs. 
It is uncertain when the coronets of dukes, marquesses, and earls were settled. 
Sir Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, Viscount Cranbourne, was the first of that degree 
who wore a coronet. An earl's coronet is a circle of gold bordered with ermine, 
heightened with eight pyramidical points, or rays, placed alternately with as many 
strawberry leaves ; a large pearl is placed on the top of each ray. His style is 
Right Honourable, and he is addressed by the king or queen as Our right trusty 
and entirely beloved cousin, and counsellor when of the Privy Council. 

VISCOUNT (Viscomes) was anciently the name of him who held the chief 
office under an earl. The latter being often at Court, the viscount waa 
his deputy to look after the affairs of the country. In the reign of Henry 
VI., 1439, the title became a degree of honour, and 
was made hereditary. The first viscount in England, 
created by patent, was John, Lord Beaumont, who waa 
by the above monarch created Viscount Beaumont, and 
he gave him precedence above all barons. His corona- 
tion robes are the same as an earl's, with the excep- 
tion that he has only two rows of plain white fur on 
viscoirirr. his parliamentary robe ; his cap is the same, and the golden 

circle of his coronet is surmounted by fourteen pearls. 

His style is Rigid Honourable, and he is addressed by the King or Queen as Our 
right trusty and well-beloved cousin. 

BISHOP. In our article upon Archbishops we have indicated much of the matter 
bearing upon ecclesiastical dignities generally, but it should be added that the 
archbishops and bishops of England are, with a few exceptions, also barons of the 
kingdom and of Parliament.* To these, says Camden," by right and custom it 
appertained to be, with the rest of the peers, personally present at all Parliament 
whatsoever, there to consult, to handle, to ordain, decree, and determine in regard 
of the baronies which they held of the king." The bishops take precedence of the 
temporal barons, and it would seem that at one time their degree of precedence 
went even higher, for " at the coronation of Charles II. it was expressly ordered, 

* On the creation of the bishopric of Manchester, it being undesirable to increase the 
number of spiritual peers in Parliament, it was ordained that the new bishop should have 
no seat until the occurrence of a vacancy, and that thenceforth each newly-appointed 
bishop should remain out of Parliament until death should remove one of the sitting pre- 




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in doing- homage to the king-, that, according- to ancient custom, the archbishops 
and bishops should precede all the lay lords, and even the Duke of York." 

The Bishops of London, Durham, and 
"Winchester have precedence of all the 
other bishops, the others ranking accor- 
ding to the seniority of their consecrations. 

The Junior Bishop, not being of London, 
Durham, or "Winchester, has not a seat in 
the House of Lords, 

The mitre, placed over the arms of 
bishops, is a round cap, pointed and clelt 
at the top, from which hang two pendants 
fringed at the ends ; it is surmounted by a 
fillet of gold set with precious stones. 

The mitres of archbishops, and that also 
of the Bishop of Durham (as nominally 
Count Palatine of Durham), are repre- 

BISHOF. 

sented as issuing out of a ducal coronet. 
Archbishops and bishops impale their 

arme with those of the see, but they have neither crests, supporters, nor mottoes. 
Bishops have the style of Lords, and Right Reverend Fathers in God. 
BARONS Much obscurity prevails as to the ancient meaning, and even derivation, 
of the word baron ; and eccentric speculations have been indulged in with respect 
to their ancient position. When the title was introduced into 
England is uncertain. It seems probable that its original 
Lame in England was Vartvssour, which by the Danes was 
changed into Tlume, and by the Normans into Baron. It 
never occurs as a title of dignity in the Saxon annals. By 
some it is supposed to have originally meant a hired soldier ; 
by others, a free man ; by others, a man equal to any other 
man; and so on. It is certain, however, that as a title 

of dignity it is of very ancient date in some parts of the Continent. Gregory 
Tnronensis writes of "the Barons of Burgundie, as well Bishops as other Leudes," 
and other old writers mention it in equally good company. But though the 
Normans introduced it into England, it was some time before it implied a man of 
distinguished mark. Earls had their barons under them, and charters are extant 
in which earls addressed them thus: "To all my barons, as well French as English, 
greeting." Even citizens of good note were called barons. To this day, the 
common law does not acknowledge a baron to be a title of dignity, unless it be 
connected with some special office. A Baron of the Exchequer is simply 

" Mr. Baron ." The salient fact, however, is, that the barons of 

England soon rose to be the great moving power in the State, and how the title 
was accounted may be judged from a summons of Henry ILL to the High 
Court of Parliament: "For he, after many troubles and enormous vexations 
betweene the King himself e and Simon of Montfort, with other barons, and after 




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appeased, did decree and ordaine that all those earls and barons of the realme of 
England, unto whom the King himselfe vouchsafed to direct his writs of summons, 
should come unto his Parliament, and none others." The date of this (the first 
precept) is 4Q Henry III., 1264. The first baron created BY PATENT was John 
Beauchamp de Holt, created Baron Kidderminster by Richard H. The fact 
appears to be that the title or dignity of baron, at first vague and uncertain, like 
other designations and distinctions of disturbed times, was, like those, mellowed 
and moulded, with the growth of constitutional law and defined right, until it has 
taken its present intelligible position amongst English orders and degrees of 
honour. When a baron is called to the House of Peers by writ of summons, the 
writ is in the Queen's name. The ceremony of the admission of a baron, as well 
as other orders of the temporal peerage, into the House of Peers, is thus : He is 
brought into the House between two peers of his own rank, who conduct him up 
to the Lord Chancellor his patent and writ of summons being carried by Garter 
King of Arms, who presents it to the Lord Chancellor, who directs the same to be 
read ; which being done, the oaths are administered, and the peer takes his seat, 
from which he again rises and returns to the Chancellor, who congratulates him 
on becoming a member of the House of Peers, or on his elevation, as the case may 
be. The robes of a baron have but two guards of white fur, with as many rows of 
gold lace ; in other respects they are the same with those of other peers. King 
Charles II. granted a coronet to the barons, who till his reign wore only a plain 
circle of gold. It is formed of six pearls, set at equal distances on a circle of gold 
bordered with ermine. A baron is styled Right Honourable, and by the Sovereign 
Right trusty and well beloved. 

SCOTCH AND IRISH PEERS. 

Scotch peers take precedence of British peers of the same rank created since the 
Union with Scotland ; and Irish peers created before the Union with Ireland, in like 
manner, take place of British peers created since. Irish peers of later creation 
than the Union, rank, according to the dates of their patents, among the peers of 
Great Britain and Ireland. Peers holding Scotch or Irish titles do not sit of 
individual right in the House of Peers, but only as representatives of their fellow- 
peers. The Irish representative peers are elected by their fellow-peers for life ; 
the Scotch are elected for each new Parliament, &c. 

THE PRIVILEGES OF THE PEERS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OP 
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 

The privileges enjoyed by the peers of the kingdom were in former tunes very 
numerous, and in some instances of such a character as would be considered 
intolerable in these days. In other cases they have fallen into desuetude from the 
extinction of the matters and circumstances to which they relate. But some very 
important ones continue, the principal of which are as follow : They are free from 
arrest for debt, as being the Queen's hereditary counsellors; therefore a peer cannot 
be outlawed in any civil action, and no attachment lies against his person. This 
privilege also extended to their domestics, as well as to those of the Lower House, 



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till the year 1770, when their lordships most honourably joined the House of 
Commons in a bill for abolishing it. (Vide "Debrett's Debates in Parliament," 
1770 to 1774, vol. v., p. 192.) Peers are also free from attending courts leet, or 
sheriffs' turns, or, in cases of riot, the posse comitatus. In criminal causes they are 
only tried by their peers, who give their verdict, not upon oath, as other jurors, 
but only upon their honour. A court is fitted up for the purposes of the trial in the 
middle of Westminster Hall, at the expense of the Crown. 

To secure the honour of, and to prevent the spreading of any scandal upon, peers 
or any great officers of the realm, by reports, there is an express law called scandalum 
magnatum, by which any man convicted of making a scandalous report, though true, 
against a peer of the realm, is condemned to an arbitrary fine, and to remain in 
custody till the same be paid. 

Upon any great trial in a court of justice, a peer may come into the court and 
sit there covered. 

No peer can be covered in the royal presence without permission for that purpose, 
except Barons Kingsale and Forester. The privilege to ihese noblemen was 
granted, in the first instance, to John de Courcy, Earl of Ulster, by King John, as 
a mark of appreciation of the prowess be displayed in personal combat with a 
renowned French champion ; the second instance is more recent, dating only temp. 
Henry VIII. In case of the poll tax, the peers bear the greater share of the 
burden, they being taxed every one according to his degree. 

Each peer may qualify a certain number of chaplains, as follows : An Arch- 
bishop, eight; a Duke, six ; a Marquess, five; an Earl, five; a Viscount, four; a 
Bishop, six ; a Baron, three. A Knight of the Garter may qualify three ; a Duchess, 
Marchioness, Countess, or Baroness, being a widow, two. 

KNIGHTS BANNERETS AND BARONETS. 

Of late it has been customary with careless or superficial writers upon subjects 
of precedence and dignity to confound the meaning of these titles, though they 
have distinct origins, occupy different positions in order of precedence, and the first 
is more ancient than the second. As, however, the creation of a knight banneret, 
according to the formula and exact circumstances under which the dignity was 
formerly conferred, can no longer take place, we for convenience notice the two 
dignities under one general head, still preserving the requisite distinction. 

BANNERETS were so called from the privilege of using a square banner, similar to 
that borne by barons, being granted them for signal services. This was the/orm, 
but the title was no doubt devised as a reward for distinguished military actions, 
and was usually accompanied by a pecuniary provision. " I have seen," says 
Camden, " a charter of King Edward in., by which he advanced John Coupland 
to the state of a banneret in the following words, because in a battle fought at 
Durham he had taken prisoner David the Second, King of Scots : ' Being willing to 
reward the said John, who took David de Bruis prisoner, and frankly delivered him 
unto us, for the deserts of his honest and valiant service, in such sort as others may 
take example by his precedent to do us faithful servi-ce in time to come, we have 
promoted the said John to the place and degree of a banneret ; and, for the 
maintenance of the same state, we have granted, for us and our heires, to the same 



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John, five hundred pounds hy the yeere, to he received for him and his heires,' 
&c. And when the Black Prince was engaged in the wars of Spain and Portugal, 
he delivered a banner to John Chandos, not previously knighted, with these words : 
4 Sir John, in the name of God, who hlesse this day's service of yours, that it may 
speed well and turn to your glorie, beare yourself manfully, and give proof what a 
knight you are.' Having thus received the banner, Sir John rejoined his company 
with a cheerful heart, saying, ' My fellow-soldiers, there is my banner and yours, it 
case yee defend it courageously as your owne.' " 

The degree was in later times conferred with much form by the King, regent, or 
lieutenant-general, " who " (according to Camden), " after good words and wishes in 
parting, happie fortune, commandeth the tip or point of the said pennon to bee cat 
off, that of a long pennon it might be made a four square banner." 

One writer of minute research says, in reference to this dignity, "I find that of 
old, banneret (or ban-rent) hath been with us a title higher than a baron ; for barons 
may choose their own commissioners, but bishops, dukes, earls, lords, and ban-rents 
are to be summoned to Parliament hy the King's special precept, and it is probable 
that these ban-rents were knights of extraordinary reputation, who were allowed to 
raise a company of men under their own banner. . . . . But I conceive that those 
could not now sit in Parliament upon the King's precept, the former Act of Parlia- 
ment being in desuetude. They have their precedency from baronets, though their 
wives have not, this being hut a temporary dignity, and the other an heritable." 




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BARONETS, strictly so termed, owe the origin of their order to the policy of James 1. 
of England. He instituted the order of English 
baronets to promote the "plantation" of the pro- 
vince of Ulster with loyal settlers. The baronetcy 
of Ireland followed that of^England, and was 
founded for the same object. 

The baronetcy of Scotland was founded with a 
view to the colonization and plantation of the 
province of Nova Scotia in North America. The 
privileges of the three orders were very nearly similar, and practically it may be 
said that all three are almost amalgamated. They are virtually so in all new 
creations. The original objects of* these institutions have long since been amongst 
the things of the past, and, so far as the aid of the baronets was concerned, 
proved complete failures, though it was effectuated by other means. But the 
order of baronets, though created for an ephemeral object which its members 
did not accomplish, is now a dignified degree of hereditary distinction, at the head 
of the lesser nobility of the British empire ; and the title is bestowed, and willingly 
accepted, as the reward of merit or eminence in any pursuit or position political, 
diplomatic, military, mercantile, and of late years, to the credit of advancing in- 
telligence, medical, literary, and so forth. As yet, however, only one or two instances 
of its bestowal for literarv merit have occurred. 



KNIGHTS. 

It has been remarked by a discreet writer, that though those knights who are thua 
called without any further addition are ranged low upon the lists of precedency, 
the rank is not only the most ancient, but, looking back into history, the most 
illustrious ; for in former ages all men distinguished by valour and military service 
became knights, and by all gentlemen aspiring to such distinction, admittance to the 
order of knighthood was a valued object. 

It would be going far into the depths of antiquity to attempt to trace the origin 
of knighthood. "We will only say here that it is essentially an institution of the 
days of chivalry. The latter word has itself an affinity with horsemanship, and our 
knights-bachelors are all equites aurati (gold en -spurred horsemen). The lioman 
knight was eques ' a horseman," and his rank was Eques, next below the Senatorial. 
In other countries, the ranks answering to our knights-bachelors indicate by their 
names their original occupation as military equestrians ; hence the German reiter, 
the French chevalier, &c. The Germans, however, have another appellation, Inect, 
from which our own word knight is derived. 

The martial kings of the Franks used to give arms, with many solemnities, to theii 
sous and others, and to gird them with a sword; and our own King Alfred, 
when he made his nephew Athelstane a knight, "gave him a scarlet mantle set 
with precious stones, and a Saxon sword with a golden scabbard." Further on ia 
the course of time, we find the ceremony of iustaUation assuming a solemnly 



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religious character, including previous confession and absolution, vigils in the 
church, &c. " And after the gospel," we are told by Ingulphus. who flourished 
shortly before the Norman invasion, " the priest was to put the sword, being previously 
blessed, upon the knight's neck, with his benediction ; and thus, after he had heard 
mass again and received the sacrament, he became a lawful knight." For a long 
time ecclesiastics claimed the duty and privilege of dubbing knights. William 
Rufus was knighted by Archbishop Lanfranc ; but this custom was put an end to, 
and afterwards kings were accustomed to send their sons to neighbouring courts 
to receive the honour of knighthood. Thus Henry 31. sent to David King of Scots ; 
Malcolm, King of Scots, to Henry II., and Edward I. to the King of Castile, to 
take of them " military or virile arms," a term used in those ages for the creation 
of a knight: The gilt spurs, the privilege of using a signet, &c., were amongst 
the conditions of knighthood. Not only the King, but the great earls, created 
knights, as we are told by Matthew Paris: "Here the Earle of Gloucester invested 
with a militarie girdle his brother William," and Gilbert de Clare was also knighted 
by Simon de Montfort. In fact, any knight could create a new one. But this 
was afterwards prohibited, and the privilege restricted to the Sovereign, or some 
high personage deputed by him. 

The title of knight was desired and granted as an honourable addition or mark 
of distinction to the highest dignity, name, and rank; but this was only when 
it was received under honourable circumstances like those just described, for the 
possession of property at one time entitled to knighthood; and in the reign of 
Henry 111., freeholders with a stated income were compelled to become knights 
under a fine. A proclamation was issued that whoever had 15 in land and 
above " should be dight in his armes," and endowed with knighthood, or be fined, 
" to the end that England as well as Italic might be strengthened with chivalry." 
But those knights in virtue of property, simply called milites, held a very different 
position from the milites gladio cincti, or knights whom the King had created by 
cincture of sword and belt. This class of knighthood was highly prized, and (as 
a contemporary writer observes, not without some exaggeration) " if any thing was 
promised on the faith and honour of a knight, it was always performed in the most 
scrupulous and punctilious manner, at whatever risk it was undertaken." This 
was the theory the fact was rather different. Yet it is abundantly certain that 
the obligations of knighthood tended powerfully to elevate the mind and chasten 
the morals of those bound thereby. This was especially the case when the dignity 
was conferred by the king, aided by religious ceremonials. Thus, " The Bishop 
administered the following oath : ' Sir, you that desire to receive the order of 
knighthood, swear, before God, and this holy book, that you will not fight against 
the king, who now bestoweth the order of knighthood upon you ; you shall also 
swear to maintain and defend all ladies, gentlewomen, widows, and orphans ; and 
you shall shun no adventure of your person in any way where you shall happen 
to be.' The oath being taken, two lords led him to the King, who drew his sword, 
and laid it upon his head, saying, ' God and St. George make thee a good knight.' 
Seven ladies then girt on his sword, and four knights his spurs, and much othet 
ceremony followed." Of late all this was dispensed with, and he on whom the 
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tapped him on the shoulder, saying to him in French, " Sois Chevalier au nom de 
Dieu ;" that is, Be thou a knight in the name of God ; afterwards adding, " Avances, 
Chevalier (Arise, Sir Knight)." 

Some contend that knights-bachelors were not full knights, but a middle degree 
between knights and esquires. " There be," says Camden, " who would have 
bachelors so called, as one would say bos-chevaliers, that is, knights of low degree ; 
although others derive their name from the French verb battailer, which means 
to combat or fight it out." On the other hand, respectable writers have contended 
that the term "bachelor" indicates the non-descent of the title, as if the knight 
were unmarried. Passing by these discussions, we may remark without disparage- 
ment that the simple knight-bachelor is scarcely regarded amongst ourselves as 
the equal of the member of a denned knightly order. 



ESQUIKES. 

Amid the superfluity of discussion respecting the origin and meaning of the title of 
esquire, the obvious and natural conclusion is that, as the derivation is from scutifer 
(shield-bearer), the esquires were those who bore the shields of princey, nobles, and 
knights, and being themselves of respectable quality, imparted some of that respec- 
tability (further reflected from the great persons whom they attended) to their office. 
They were frequently the personal friends and companions of their patrons. 
Thence the title became an object of ambition to gentlemen of the middle class ; 
and Camden says that "the title of esquire, which in former times was a title of 
charge and office only, crept forth among other titles of dignity and worship." The 
same author enumerates five classes of esquires, of graduated degrees of honour. 
We know no such distinctions now-a-days, but it has been a subject of dispute 
amongst pur most learned writers to whom the title of esquire really belongs. It 
seems pretty well understood, however, that those to whom it is of right due are 
all noblemen's younger sons, and the elder sons of such younger sons; the eldest 
sons of knights, and their eldest sons; the officers of the sovereign's court and 
household ; naval and military officers from the rank of captain upwards ; barristers 
at-law, royal academicians, graduates of universities, medical men holding degrees, 
justices of the peace, &c. It is contended, however, that justices of th<; peace are 
only enquires in reputation; besides, a justice of the peace holds this title no longer 
than he is in the commission of the peace, in case he be not otherwise qualified to 
bear it ; but a sheriff of a county, who is a superior officer, retains the title of 
esquire during his life, in consequence of the trust once reposed in him. The heads 
of some ancient families are said to be esquires by prescription ; even tbis is a 
disputed question. 

GENTLEMEN. 

If antiquarian controversy wax warm as to the classes entitled to the style of 
esquhe, the qualification for the name of gentleman has engrossed still more 
elaborate discus- ion. The question is not who is above it, but who is below it; for 
the highest iii the laud is proud of being a true gentleman ; and it was regarded as the 
highest compliment ever paid to King George IV., when as Frince liegent he was 



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called "the first gentleman in Europe." But if the true gentleman stand at 8O 
exalted an elevation, the assumption of the word has become so common as to have 
marred its meaning. One not improbable derivation of the word gentleman is, that 
towards the decline of the Roman empire there were two companies of particularly 
distinguished soldiers, mostly of good families : one of these was called Gentiles, the 
other Scutarii ; and it has been suggested that the titles gentleman and esquire may 
have been derived from this. Again, it is surmised that gentleman means descent 
from gentle lineage, to which Selden adds, that it is necessary he should follow 
file example of that lineage. Attorneys-at-law, and persons in sundry other positions, 
are personally entitled to the addendum of " gentleman " to their names an honour 
however, which, a satirical author observes, "few care to stickle for, or to see 'gent.' 
written at the end of their names." In good truth, the words " esquire " and 
" gentleman " have become so hackneyed, that though in their intrinsic acceptation, 
they are highly honourable, and the title of " gentleman " is one which the most 
exalted in rank aspire to deserve, their ordinary use conveys no significancy. An 
" esquire" or "gentleman," as popularly written, is literally a nominis umbra the 
shadow of a name. Yet the following direct definition of the relations of gentle- 
men as between each other is not without interest : " The chief of the family takes 
place of any gentleman of the family, and though generally it be believed that 
gentlemen have no precedency one from another, yet reason and discretion allow 
that a gentleman of three generations should cede to a gentleman of ten, if there be 
not a very great disparity between their fortunes, and for the same reason that a 
gentleman of three generations claims precedency from any ordinary landed man 
who has newly acquired his lands." 

PRIVILEGES OF THE GENTRY. 

In bygone times, the lower nobility and gentry possessed privileges, as against 
their inferiors, which would now be regarded as monstrous, and have of course 
fallen into disuse. A few examples will suffice : 

" In equal crimes, a gentleman shall be punishable with more favour than the 
churl." " In giving evidence, the testimony of a gentleman is more authentic than 
a clown's." " In the election of magistrates and officers by vote, the suffrage of a 
gentleman should take place of an ignoble person." 

Many other instances may be cited, but being ineffective, they have disappeared 
before tlie progress of civil freedom, under which, substantially, " every man L 
equal before the law." 

CITIZENS AND BURGESSES. 

Camden tells us that these "are such as in their own city perform any public 
function, or fill any particular office, or by election have a room in our High Court of 
Parliament." But this description must now be considerably enlarged, and prac- 
tically the name is applied to all freemen and electors. Citizens and burgesses 
enjoy valuable privileges and immunities, guaranteed to them under constitutional 
safeguards, and rules of precedency which, being mostly of a local character, need 
not be particularised in this work. 



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THE R0YAL FAMILY. 




HEE MAJESTY THE QUEEN. 

VICTORIA, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 
and of the Colonies and Dependencies thereof, Empress of India, De- 
fender of the Faith, Sovereign of the Orders of the Garter, Thistle, St. 
Patrick, Bath, Star of India, and Victoria Cross. 

Her Majesty is the only child and heir of his late Royal Highness Prince 
Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn (4th son of George III.) ami of 
her late Royal Highness Victoria Mary Louisa, Princess of Saxe Colmrg- 
Saalffeld. She was born at Kensington Palace, May 24th, 1819, was 
baptized June 24th following, in the names of Alexandrina Victoria, and 



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ascended the throne on the death of her uncle, King William the Fourth, 
June 20th, 1837. Her Majesty was crowned in Westminster Abbey, June 
28th, 1838, and married, in the Chapel Royal, St. James's, February 10th, 
1840, His Royal Highness Prince FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES 
EMANUEL, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Coburg and Gotha, K.G., who died 
December 14th, 1861, and has issue, living, 

VICTORIA ADELAIDE MART LOUISA, Princess Royal of England, Duchess 
of Saxony, born Nov. 21st, 1840; married Jan. 25th, 1858, His Royal 
Highness FREDERICK WILLIAM NICHOLAS CHARLES, Prince Imperial 
of Germany, K.G., and has issue living, two sons and four daughters. 

ALBERT EDWARD, Prince of Wales, (see page 3.) 

ALICE MAUD MARY, Duchess of Saxony, born April 25th, 1843 ; married 
July 1st, 1862, His Royal Highness Prince FREDERICK WILLIAM Louis 
OF HESSE, K.G., nephew of Louis III. Grand Duke of Hesse-Darmstadt, 
and has issue two sons and five daughters. 
Residence, Isle of Wight. 

ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, Duke of Edinburgh, (see page 4.) 

HELENA AUGUSTA VICTORIA, Duchess of Saxony, born May 25th, 1846; 
married July 5th, 1866, His Royal Highness Prince FREDERICK 
CHRISTIAN CHARLES AUGUSTUS of' Schleswig-Holstein Sonderbourg- 
Augustenbourg, K.G., a Major-Gen, in the British Army, and has 
issue two sons and two daughters.* 
Residence, Frogmore, Windsor. 

LOUISE CAROLINE ALBERTA, Duchess of Saxony, born March 18th, 1848 ; 
married March 22nd, 1871, JOHN GEORGE EDWARD HENRY DOUGLAS 
SUTHERLAND CAMPBELL, Marquess of Lome, M.P., eldest son of the 
8th Duke of Argyll. 

Town Residence, Kensington Palace, W. Seat, Dornden, Tunbridge Wells. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, Duke of Connaught. (see page 5.) 

LEOPOLD GEORGE DUNCAN ALBERT, K.G., K.T., P.C , Duke of Saxony, 
Prince of Coburg and Gotha. Born April 7th, 1853. 
Seat, Boyton Manor, Wiltshire. 

BEATRICE MARY VICTORIA FEODORE, Duchess of Saxony, born April 
14th, 1857. 

grins Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gules, three lions passant guardant, in pale, or, England ; 
2nd, or, a lion rampant, within a double tressure, flory counterflory, gules, Scotland; 3rd, 
azure, a harp, or, stringed, argent, Ireland ; the whole encircled with the Garter. Crest, 

Upon the royal helmet the Imperial crown, proper, thereon statant guardant, or, a lion, 

imperially crowned, also proper. Supporters Dexter, a lion rampant guardant, or, 
crowned as the crest ; sinister, an unicorn, argent, armed, crined, and unguled, or, gorged 
with a coronet composed of crosses patees and flem-s-cle-lis, a chain affixed thereto, passing 
between the fore-legs, and reflexed over the back, of the last. 

Palaces,- Windsor-castle, Berkshire ; Osborne-house, Isle of Wight ; Balmoral, Scot- 
land; Buckingham-palace, S.W. 

* By Royal warrant the children of Prince and Princess Christian are to hold and 
enjoy the title, and attribute, of " Highness " prefixed to their Christian names, or any 
titles of honour which may belong to them. 



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PEERS OF THE BLOOD ROYAL. 




LABEL OF THE PRINCE OF T.ALES. 

PEINCE OF WALES. 

ALBERT EDWARD, Prince of Great Britain and Ireland, Prince of 
Wales, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Coburg and Gotha,* Duke of Cornwall 
and Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Chester, and Dublin, Baron of Renfrew, 
Lord of the Isles, Great Steward of Scotland, K.G. G.C.B. K.T. K.P. P.C. 
G.C.S.L M.R.I. A., Knight of the Orders of the Elephant of Denmark, of the 
Golden Fleece of Spain, of the Black Eagle of Prussia, and of the Tower 

* His Royal Highness resigned, (Oct.) 1863, on behalf of himself an i his descei-'oLuits. all 
right and title to this Dukedom. 



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and Sword of Portugal ; is a Field Marshal in the Army, Colonel of the 10th 
Hussars, Colonel in Chief of the Rifle Brigade, Captain General and Colonel of 
the Honourable Artillery Company, Honorary Colonel of the Oxford, and of 
the Cambridge, University Rifle Volunteer Corps, the Middlesex Civil Service 
Rifle Volunteers, the Huntingdon Light Horse Volunteers, the Northern 
Brigade Caithness Volunteers, the Royal Aberdeenshire Highlanders, the 
Sutherland Rifle Volunteers, and of the Royal Cornwall Rangers, a Barrister- 
at-Law, a Bencher of the Middle Temple, President of St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, President of the Society of Arts, an Elder Brother of the Trinity 
House, and a Governor of the Charterhouse, D.C.L. of Christ Church, 
Oxford, LL.D. of Trinity College, Cambridge, and Hon. LL.D. of Trinity 
College, Dublin. His Royal Highness was born at Buckingham Palace, Nov. 
9th, 1841, and married, March 10th, 1863, Her Royal Highness ALEXANDRA 
CAROLINE MARY CHARLOTTE LOUISA JULIA, Princess of Denmark, eldest 
daughter of Christian IX. King of Denmark, and has issue, living, ALBERT 
VICTOR CHRISTIAN EDWARD, b. Jan. 8th, 1864. GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST 
ALBERT, b. June 3rd, 1865. LOUISE VICTORIA ALEXANDRA DAGMAR, 
b. Feb. 20th, 1867. VICTORIA ALEXANDRA OLGA MARY, b. July 6th, 1868. 
MAUD CHARLOTTE MARY VICTORIA, b. Nov. 26th, 1869. 

Creations, Duke of Cornwall (by patent), 1337, in the peerage of England, High 
Steward of Scotland, Duke of Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew and Lord of the 
Isles, by Act of the Scotch Parliament 1469, Prince of "Wales and Earl of Chester (by 
patent), 1841, Earl of Dublin, 1850, all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Slrms, The Royal Arms, differenced by a label of three points, argent, and in the centre 
an escutcheon of the arms of the royal house of Saxony, viz. barry of ten, or and sable, a 
crown of rue, in bend, vert, Saxe Colttrg. Supportnrs, same as the Royal Arms, differenced 
by a label of three points, argent. BADGE, a plume of three ostrich feathers, argent, en- 
filed by a coronet, composed of fleurs-de-lis and crosses pattees, alternately. MOTTO, 
Ich Dien, (" I serve.") 

Seat, Sandrin^ham Hall, King's Lynn, Norfolk. 

Town Mansion, Marlborough-house, Pall-mall, S.W. 

Clubs. United Service, Travellers', White's, Army and Navy, Guards', Junior 
Naval and Military, Marlborough. 

DUKE OF EDINBURGH. 

ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Ulster, Earl of 
Kent, Duke of Saxony, and Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, K.G. G.C.M.G. 
K.T. G.C.S.I. P.C. Born at Windsor Castle, Aug. 6th, 1844; educated at the 
University of Edinburgh, and at Bonn ; was created LL.D. on the occasion 
of his opening the Museum of Science and Arts, in Edinburgh; entered the 
Royal Navy, August, 1858, became Lieut. 1863, and Captain, 1866; served 
on board the "Euryalus," 185861; the "St. George," 18613; the 
" Racoon," 1863 6, and Commanded the " Galatea," 1867 72 ; elected an 
Elder Brother of the Trinity House, March 12th, 1866, and Master, March 
loth, 1866: was "introduced" into the Privy Council, May 9th, 1866. Is 
heir presumptive to the Grand Duke of Saxe-Coburg Gotha. Married Jan. 
1874, Her Imperial Highness the Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna, only 
daughter of His Majesty the Emperor of All the Russias, and has issue, 
living, ALBERT ALEXANDER ALFRKD ERXEST WILLIAM, b. Oct. 1874. 
Daughter b. Oct. 1875. 

Creations, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Ulster, and Earl of Kent, in the peerage of 
Great Britain, 1866. 

Sent, Eastwell Park, Kent. Residence, Clarence-house, St. James's, S.W. 

Clubs. United Service, White's, Travellers', Army and Navy, Junior United 
Service, Marlborough, Junior Military and Navy. 



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DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. 

ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, Duke of Connaught and of Stra- 
thern, Earl of Sussex, Duke of Saxony, and Prince of Saxe-Coburg Gotha, 
K.G. K.T. K.P. P.O. G.C.M.G. Born May 1st, 1850 ; entered the Royal 
Military Academy, Woolwich, 1867; appointed Lieut. Royal Engineers, 1868, 
transferred as Lieut, to the Royal Artillery the same year, and to the Rifle 
Brigade, 18 , and as Capt. to 7th Hussars, 1874, and promoted to Major, 
1875. Is Hon. Col. of the 28th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. Has the order 
of the Black Eagle of Prussia. 

Creations, Duke of Connaught and of Strathern, and Earl of Sussex, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1874. 
Residence, 

DUKE OF CUMBERLAND. 

GEORGE FREDERICK ALEXANDER CHARLES ERNEST AUGUSTUS, 2nd Duke 
of Cumberland and Teviotdale, in Great Britain ; Earl of Armagh, in 
Ireland, K.G. G.C.H. K.P. P.C., and Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg. Born 
May 27th, 1819, succeeded his father Nov. 18th, 1851 ; was King of 
Hanover, 185166: married Feb. 18th, 1843, Her Serene Highness the 
Princess Alexandrina Maria Wilhelmina Catherine Charlotte Theresa 
Henrietta Louisa Paulina Elizabeth Frederica Georgiana, daughter of his 
Serene Highness Joseph Frederick Ernest George Charles, Duke of Saxe- 
Altenburg; and has issue, Ernest Augustus Wm. Adolphus Geo. Fredk., 
Earl of Armagh, b. Sept. 21st, 1845, and two daughters, b. 1848, and 1849. 

Creations, Earl of Armagh, in the peerage of Ireland, and Duke of Cumberland and 
Teviotdale. in the peerage of Great Britain, 1799. 
Residence, Spiez, Bernese, Oberland. 

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. 

GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, 2nd Duke of Cambridge, Earl of 
Tipperary, and Baron of Culloden, in the United Kingdom, K.G. K.P. 
G.C.B. G.C.H. G.C.M.G. P.C., son of Prince Adolphus Frederick, 7th son 
of King George III. Was born March 26th, 1819, succeeded his father 
July 8th, 1850. His Royal Highness is Grand Master of the Order oi 
St. Michael and St. George, Grand Cordon of the Legion of Honour, and 
Grand Cross of the Order of Leopold of Belgium, a Field-Marshal, and 
General Commanding-in-Chief, Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, 
of the Royal Engineers, of the Grenadier Guards, and of the 60th Regi- 
ment of Foot, Honorary Colonel of the City of London Rifle Volunteers, 
Chief Ranger of St. James's, the Green, Hyde, and Richmond Parks, 
President of the Royal Military College, of the Royal Military Asylum, 
and of Christ's Hospital ; Governor of King's College, &c. 

Creations, Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Tipperary, and Baron of Culloden, all in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom, 1801. 

Residence, Gloucester-house, Park-lane, \V. Official Residence, Horse Guards, 
Whitehall, S.W. Clubs, United Service, White's, Travellers'. 

His Royal Highness has two sisters, living, 

The Princess Augusta Caroline Charlotte Elizabeth Mary Sophia Louisa, 
born July 19th, 1822; married June 28th, 1843, Frederick William 
Charles George Ernest Adolphus Gustavus, reigning Grand Duke of 
Mecklenburgh Strelitz, G.C.B., and has issue, living, 

Son, George Adolphus Frederick Augustus Victor Ernest Adalbert Gustavus 
William Wellington, Hereditary Grand Duke, b. July 22, 1848. 



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The Princess Mary Adelaide Wilhelmina Elizabeth, born Nov. 27th, 1833 ; 
married June 12th, 1866, His Serene Highness Franz Paul Charles Louis 
Alexander, Prince de Teck, G C.B. (only son of Duke Alexander Con- 
stantine of Wiirtemberg, and Claudine Rheday de Ris Rhedey Countess 
of Hohenstein) ; Col. of the 1st Surrey Artillery Volunteers, and has 
issue, living, 
Sons, Adolphus Charles Alexander Albert Edward George Philip Louis Ladislaus, 

b. Aug. 13, 1868. Francis Joseph Leopold Frederick, A.Jan. 9, 1870. 
Daughter,^- Victoria Mary August Louisa Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes, b. May, 1S6/. 
Residence, Kensington Palace, W. 

CAMBRIDGE, Duchess of, Her Royal Highness AUGUSTA WILHELMINA 
LOUISA, Princess of Hesse, 3rd daughter of Frederick, Landgrave of 
Hesse Cassel ; married Istly, at Cassel, May 7th, and 2ndly in London, 
June 1st, 1818, his Royal Highness Prince Adolphus Frederick, Duke of 
Cambridge, K.G., who d. 1850. 
Residences, Kew-yalace, W. and St. James's-palace, S.VV. 



LABELS OF THE ROYAL PRINCES AND PRINCESSES. 



/ \ /' '\ 

H.R.H. The Princess Imperial of 
Germany. 

/ir~zsr~7l\ 

H.R.H. The Princess Frederick 
William Louis of Hesse. 



/4ft 7 IK ZM 

H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh. 




H.R.H. The Princess Frederick 
Christian. 




H.R.H. The Princess Louise, Mar- 
chioness of Lome. 



H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught. 



H.R.H. Prince Leopold George 
Duncan Albert, K.G. 



H.R.H. The Princess Beatrice 
Mary Victoria Feodore. 



H.R.H. The Duke of Cumberland. H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge. 

NOTE. The Arms of all the Royal Princes and Princesses are alike, the Labels being the 
only distinction. 
The Prince of Wales, alone, has a distinct coat of arms. See page 3. 



THE PEERAGE, 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



LSSUE. Only those living are referred to herein. 

YOUNGER SONS AND DAUGHTERS. Information respecting these 
will be found in the second section. 



Abbot, family name of Baron Colchester, 
Abbott, ,, Baron Tenterden. 

ABERCORN, DUKE OF* (HAMILTON.) Sits as MARQUESS. 

JAMES HAMILTON, K.G. P.C. D.C.L. 
LL.D., 1st Duke, 2nd Marquess, 10th Earl, 
and a Baronet; son of James, Viscount 
Hamilton, who died 1814, and grandson 
of the 1st Marquess, whom he succeeded 
1818. Born Jan. 21st, 1811; educated at 
Christ Church, Oxford; created Hon. 
LL.D. of Cambridge, 1847, D.C.L. ot 
Oxford, 1856, and LL.D. of Dublin, 1868; 
was Groom of the Stole to the late Prince 
Consort, 184659, and Lord Lieut, of 
Ireland, 1866 8, to which office he was 
reappointed 1874; is Lord Lieut, of 
Donegal, Grand Master of the Masonic Order in Ireland, a Major-Gen, of 
the Royal Archers (the Queen's Body Guard of Scotland), Capt. London 
Scottish Rifle Volunteers, and a Governor of Harrow School : married 
(18oL5) Lady Louisa Jane Russell, 2nd daughter of the Gth Duke of 
Bedford, K.G., and has issue, living, 

Sons-, James, Marquess of Hamilton, M.P., b. 1838; educated at Harrow, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (B.A. I860, M.A. 1865); has been Hon. Col. of the Prince of Wales's 
Own Donegal Militia since I860; appointed a Lord of the Bedchamber to H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales, 1866; assisted to invest (as bearer of a portion of the Insignia) 
King Christian IX. of Denmark, with the Order of the Garter, accompanied H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales to Rnssia, 1866; is a magistrate for co. Donegal; has sat as M.P. for 
that co. (C.) since I860: has the Danish order of the Dannebrog, the Russian order of 

* The Duke is chief of the house of Hamilton, and as such claimed the Dukedom of 
Chatelherault in France, created 1548, but which Napoleon III. assigned to the 12th Duke 
of Hamilton. 




Virtue is the only nobility. 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



St. Anne, and the Austrian order of the Iron Crown : m. 1869, Lady Mary Anna Curzon, 
daughter of the 1st Earl Howe, and has issue, James Albert Edward, Lord Paisley, 
b. 1869, to whom the Prince of Wales was sponsor. Residences, Eerkham stead-house, 
Great Berkhamstead; 38, Upper Brook-street, W. C7w/ys, Carlton, Travellers' , 
White's, Sackville- street, (Dublin) . 

Claud John, M.P., b. 1843. Geor.ge Francis, M.P., b. 1845, m. 1871. Frederick 
Spencer, b. 1856. Ernest William, b. 1858. 

Daughters, Harriet Georgiana Louisa, b. 1834, m. 1855, the 2nd Earl of Lichfield. Louisa 
Jane, b. 1836, m. 1859, the Earl of Dalkeith, eldest son of the 5th Duke of Buccleuch, K.G. 
Georgiana Susan, ft. 1841. Albertha Frances Anne, b. 1847, m. 1869, the Marquass 
of Blandford, eldest son of the Duke of Marlborough. Maud Evelyn, b. 1850, m. 1869, 
the 5th Marquess of Lansdowne. 

Brother living, Claud, P.C., b. 1813, m. 1844. 

Sister living, Harriet, b. 1812, m. 1836, (Baillie-Hanoilton). 

Creations, Baron Abercorn of Paisley, 1587, Baron Abercorn of Abercorn, 1693, 
Earl of Abercorn and Baron Arbroath, Hamilton, Mountcastle, and Kilpatrick, 1606, 
all in the peerage of Scotland. Baron Strabane, 1616, Viscount Strabane and Baron 
Mountcastle, 1701, Marquess of Hamilton of Strabane in the county of Tyrone, and Duke 
of Abercorn, 1868, all in the peerage of Ireland. Viscount Hamilton, 1786, Marquess of 
Abercorn, 1/90, all in the peerage of Great Britain. A Baronet, lo~60. 

armg Quarterly: 1st and 4th, gules,, three cinquefoils, ermine, Hamilton: 2nd and 3rd, 
argent, an ancient ship or lymphad, with one mast, the sails furled up and oars out, sable, 
Arran; over all an escutcheon, azure, charged with three fleurs-de-lis, or, Chatelherautt. 
(Crest, Out of a ducal coronet an oak tree, proper, fructed, or, and penetrated through 
the stem transversely by a frame-saw, proper, the blade inscribed with the word 
"Through." Supporters, Two antetopes argent, horned, unguled, ducally gorged* 
hoofed, and the chain reflexed over their backs, or. 

Seats, Duddingston-house, Portobello, Scotland; Baron's-court, Newton Stewart, 
Tyrone, Ireland. Town Residence, Hampden-house, Green-street, W. 

C7M/*,Carlton, Travellers', White's. 

Official Residences, Dublin Castle; Vice Regal Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin. 

ABERCORN, Duke of, His grace's predecessor was his grandfather, 
Tohii James, K.G. 1st Marquess and 9th Earl of Abercorn. He was b. 1/56, and succeeded 
his uncle as Earl of Abercorn, Oct. 9, 1789 ; in the following year was created Marqaess 
Of Abercorn: m. 1st, June 20, 1/79, Catherine, daughter of Sir Joseph Copley, Bart, of 
Sprotboro', (she d. 1791), and by her had issue, James (Viscount Hamilton), father of 
the present peer; Claud, who d. in 1808, and three daughters; 2ndly, 1792, his cousin, 
Cecil, daughter of the Hon. and Rev. George Hamilton, Canon of Windsor and Rector 
of Taplow, (this marriage was dissolved, 1799), and by her had a daughter, Cecil Frances, 
(who m. 1815, the 3rd Earl of Wicklow, K.P.) ; 3rdly, 1800, Lady Anne Jane Gore, daughter 
of the 2nd Earl of Arran, K.P. and d. Jan-. 27, 1818, without issue from his last marriage. 
Her ladyship survived him nine years. 



ABERCROMBY, BARON. (ABERCROMBY.) 

GEORGE RALPH ABERCROMBY, 4th 
Baron. Born Sept. 23rd, 1838; succeeded 
his father in 1852: married (1858) Lady 
Julia Janet Georgiana Duncan-Haldane, 
a Lady of the Bedchamber in Ordinary 
to Her Majesty, and only daughter of the 
2nd Earl of Camperdown. 

Brothers living, John, heir presumptive, b. 1841 ; 
educated at Harrow; entered the Rifle Bri- 
gade 1858; became Lieut. 1861, andretired 1870. 
Residence, 1\, Chapel- street, S.W. Clul>-~, 
Naval and Military. 
Live (here) that you may live (hereafter.) Ralph, fr. 1842. 




IXEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Sister living, Montagu, b. 1835, m. 1856, the 6th Earl of Glasgow. 

Creation, 1801, in favour of Mary Anne, widow of General Sir Ralph Abercromby 
Baroness Abercromby of Aboukir and Tullibody. 

&nns, Argent : a fesse embattled, gules, between, in base, the ancient family arms of 
Abercromby, being a chevron indented, gules, between three boars' heads erased, azure, anil 
in chief, issuing out of the embattlements of the fesse a dexter arm embowed in armour, 
proper, garnished or, the cubit part of the arm encircled by a wreath of laurel, and the 
hand grasping a French republican military flag in bend sinister. Crest, A bee erect, pro , 
per. Supporters, Two greyhounds, per fesse, argent and or, each plain collared with line 
reflexed over the back, gules, and charged on the shoulder with a thistle, proper. 

Seats, Airthrie-castle, Stirling; Fern-tower, Crieff, Perthshire, Tullibody, Clack - 
mannansh ire. 

ABERCROMBY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was George Ralph, 
3rd Baron Abercromby. He was b. May 30, 1SOO, and succeeded his father, Feb. 14, 1843 ; 
was a Col. in the Army, M.P. for Clackmannan and Kinross, 1824 31, and for the 
county of Stirling, 1838 41, and Lord Lieut., Custos-Rotulorum, and Sheriff Principal 
of Clackmannanshire : m. April 3, 1832, Louisa Penuel, daughter of the Hon. J. Hay 
Forbes, a Lord of Session in Scotland, (by courtesy Lord Medwyn), and d, in 1852, having 
had issue three sons and two daughters. 

ABERCROMBY, Dowager Baroness, LOUISA PENUEL, 3rd daughter of 
the Hon. John Hay Forbes (Lord Medwyn) : m. 1832, the 3rd Baron 
Abercromby, who d. 1852. 
Residence, 2l,ChapeUstreet, Belgrave-square, S.W. 

Abercromby, surname of the late Baron Dunfermline. 

ABERDARE, BARON. (BRUCE.) 

HENRY AUSTIN BRUCE, P.C., 1st Baron, 
2nd son of the late John Bruce Pryce, 
Esq., of Duffryn, St. Nicholas, Glamorgan- 
shire, who assumed in 1837 the name of 
Pryce in addition to Bruce, which in 1805 
he had assumed in lieu of his patronymic 
Knight by Sarah, 2nd daughter of the 
late Rev. Hugh W. Austin, Rector of St. 
Peter's, Barbadoes. Born April 16th, 
1815. Called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 
1837, but withdrew from practice 1843; 
was Police Magistrate of Merthyr Tydvil 
1 847- 52; Under Secretary for the Home 
Department 18624 ; Vice President of the Education Board of the Privy 
Council 1864 6; 2nd Church States Commissioner 18656; and Secretary 
of State for the Home Department 1868 73, when he became Lord President 
of the Council. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for co. Glamorgan,. Sat 
as M.P. for Merthyr Tydvil (L ) 185268, when he was an unsuccessful 
candidate, and for Renfrewshire 186973. Married 1st (1846), Anabella 
who died 1852, only daughter of the late Richard Beadon, Esq., of Clifton, 
and has issue, living, 

Son, Henry Campbell, b. 1851. 

Daughters, Margaret Cecilia, m. 13, Douglas Close Richmond, Esq. Rachel Mary. ?/;, 
1872, Augustus Vernon Harcouit, Esq.^Jessie Frances. 




10 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



His lordship married 2ndly (1854), Xorah, youngest daughter of the late 

Gen Sir William Xapier, K.C.B., and has issue, living, 

Sons, William Napier, b. 1858. Charles GranviT.e, b. 1866k 

Daughters, Caroline Louisa, b. 18 . Sarah Napier, b. 18 . Nora Creina Blanche, b. 

18 .Isabel Ellen, b. 18 .Elizabeth Fox, b. 18 .Pamela Georgina, b. 18 .Alice 

Moore, b. 18 . 
Brothers living, Rev. William, b. 1816, educated at Oriel College, Oxford (M.A. 1841; ; is 

a Magistrate for Glamorganshire. Robert, b. 1821, is a Major-Gen, in the Army. Lewis 

Knight, b. 1828. 
Sisters living, Mary Sinclair. Maria Elinor, Gertrude. 

Creation, Baron Aberdare of Duffryn, in the county of Glamorgan, in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom, 1873. 

firms, Or, a saltire gules, on a chief of the last a martlet of the field. Crest, An 
arm in armour in bend proper, the hand holding a sceptre in bend sin : ster or. Supporters, 
Dexter, a lion argent, col.ared or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon of the arms of Knight, 
viz., paly of six argent and azure, on a canton of the last a spur rowel downwards leathered 
or ; sinister, a lion azure collared or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon of the arms of 
Bruce. 

Seat,- Duffryn, Aberdare, Glamorganshire. Town Residence, I, Queen's Gate, W. 
Club, Athenaeum . 

ABERDEEN, EARL OF. (HAMILTON-GORDON.) Sits as Vis. GORDON 

7-_ _ JOHN CAMPBELL HAMILTON-GORDON, 

*&& 7th Earl, and a Baronet. Born Aug. 3rd, 
1847; succeeded his brother 1870; ap- 
pointed Major 18th Aberdeen shire Rifle 
Volunteers 1874; educated at University 
College, Oxford (B.A. 1871). 

Heir presumptive, His uncle, Lieut. -Gen. tlie Hon. 
Sir Alexander Hamilton -Gordon, K.C.B., son of 
the 4th Earl of Aberdeen. Born 1817 ; entered 
the Grenadier Guards 1834, became Lieiit. and 
Capt. 1840, Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1849, Col. 1854, 
Major- Gen. 1863, and Lieut.-Gen. 1872; served 
Let fortune follow. as Assistant-Adjutant-General and Assistant- 

Quartermaster - General on the staff in the 

Crimea 1854 5, and was present at the Alma, Balaclava and Inkermann, and at 
the siege of Sebastopol. Was Precis Writer hi the Foreign Office 1843 5, Equerry to 
the Prince Consort 1846 54, extra Equerry 1854 6l, Dep. -Quartermaster- Gen. of the 
Army 185560, and in command of the Camp at Colchester 18601, of the Brigade at 
the Curragh 1861 6, and of a Division of the Bombay Army 1867 70, and of the 
Eastern District 1872 ; has the Crimean Medal and Clasps and the Turkish War medal ; 
is a Knight of the Legion of Honour and of the Medjidie, a Commissioner of the Royal 
Military College and of the Royal Military Asylum; made a C.B. 1855, and a K.C.B. 
1873; has been since 1862 an Hon. Equerry to the Queen: married 1852, Caroline, eldest 
daughter of Sir J. F. W. Herschel, K.H., 1st Bart., and has with other issue, Alexander, 
b. July 6th, 1859. Residence, 50, Queen's-gate-gardens, S.W. Clubs, United Service, 
Travellers'. 

Sisters living, Mary, b. 1R44, m. 1863 the 6th Baron Polwarth, Harriet, b. 1849, m. 1870- 
( Lindsay) , Katherine, b. 1852. 

Creations, Earl of Aberdeen, Viscount Formartine, Baron Haddo, Methlic, Tarves, 
and Kellie, 1682, in the peerage of Scotland; Viscount Gordon, in that of the United 
Kingdom, 1814; a Baronet, 1642. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, three boars' heads couped within a doubrle tres 
sure adorned with roses and thistles alternately, Gordon ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, within a 
bordure sable, 1st and 4th gules, three cinquefoils pierced ermine, Hamilton; 2nd and 3rd, 
argent, a lymphad sable, Arran. Crest, 1st, two arms from the shoulder naked, holding a 
bent bow and in the act of letting fly an arrow proper, Gordon; 2nd out of a ducal coronet 
or, an oak tree, the stem cut transversely by a frame saw, the blade inscribed with the 
word "Through," all proper; the body of the tree charged with an escutcheon argent, 




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thereon a heart gules for difference, Hamilton. Supporters. Two antelopes, argent, armetl 
and unguled or, each gorged with a collar flory counterflory azure, charged with three 
roses or, and line reflexed over the back azure. 

Seats, Haddo-house, Aberdeen; Tarland, Aboyne, N.B. 

Clubs, Carlton, Windham. 

ABERDEEN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, George, 
6th Earl of Aberdeen. He was b. Dec. 10th, 1841, and succeeded his father 1864 ; was a 
Capt. in the 2nd Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteers. He d. unmarried Jan; 27th, 1870, his 
death being the result of an accident from falling overboard during a voyage from the 
United States to Australia. 

ABERDEEN, Countess of, MARY, daughter of George Baillie, Esq. and 
sister of the 10th Earl of Haddington ; b. 1814 ; m. 1840, the 5th Earl of 
Aberdeen, who d. 1864. 
Residence, Haddo-house, Aberdeen. 

Aberdour, Baron, son of the Earl of Morton, (see Morton.) 

ABERGAVENXY, EARL OF. (NEVILL.) 

WILLIAM NEVILL, 5th Earl. Born Sept. 
16th, 1826; succeeded his father in 1868; 
is Hon. Col. of West Kent Yeomanry 
Cavalry, a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Sussex, and a Magistrate for Kent and 
Monmouthshire: married (1848) Caroline, 
eldest daughter of Sir J. V. Bempde- 
Johnstone, M.P. 2nd Bart, and has issue, 
living, 

Sunn, Reginald William Bransby, Viscount Ne- 
vill, b. 1853; appointed Lieut, in the West 
Kent Yeomanry Cavalry 1874 ; is a Magistrate 
for Kent. Clubs, Carlton, Boodle's. 
Form no mean wish. Henry Gilbert Ralph, b. 1854. George Mon- 

tacute, b. 1856. William Beauchamp, b. 1800. 
Richard Plantagenet, b. 1862. 
Daughters, Cice}y Louisa, b. 1851. Alice Maud, b. 1858. Idina Mary, b. 1865. Rose and 

Violet, (twins,) b. 1866. 

Brother lining, Ralph Pelham, b. 1832, m. I860. 

Sisters living, Caroline Emily, b. 1829. Henrietta Augusta, 6.1830, m. 1855, (Mostyn). 
Isabel Mary Frances, b. 1831, m. 1854, (Bligh.) 

Creations, Baron Aberiravenny, 139-2, summoned to Parliament in 1450, Viscount 
Nevill and Karl of Abergavenny, hi the peerage of Great Britain, 1784. 

Patron of twenty-four livings, Aberystruth, R. Bryngwyn, R. Goytre, R. Llanfoist, 
R. Llangattock nigh Usk, R Llanhileth, R. Llanvapley, R. Llanvetherine, R. Llanvi- 
hangel-ysteni-Llewern, R. Govilon, V. Llanwenarth Citra, R. Monmouthshire. Birling, V. 
Kent. Brunstead, R. and Sutton, R. Norfolk. West Chiltington, R. East Hoathly, R. 
Bridge Green, V. Frant, R. Rotherfield, R. Broadwater, V. Rottingdean, V. Sussex. Ink- 
berrow, V. Worcestershire, and Otley, R. Suffolk. 

^vms, Gules : a saltire, argent, charged with a rose of the field. Cm*, Out of a 
ducal crown a bull's head, proper, charged with a rose, gules. Supporters Two bulls, as 
the crest. 

Seat, Eridge-castle, Tunbridge Wells. 

Town Residence, 34, Dover-street, W. Clubs, Conservative, Carlton. 

ABERGAVENNY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
the Rev. William, 4th Earl of Abergavenny. He was b. June 28, 1792, and succeeded 
his brother in 1845 ; was Rector of Birling, Kent, and Vicar of Frant, Sussex : m. Sept. ~, 
1824, Caroline, who d. 1873, 2nd daughter of Ralph Leekc, Esq. of Longford- hall, Shrop- 
shire; and d. Aug. I/, 1868, having had issue three sons and four daughters. 




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Abernethy, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 
Aberruthven, Baron, ,, Duke of Montrose. 

ABINGDON, EARL OF. (BERTIE.) 

MONTAGU BERTIE, D.C.L. 6th Earl. 
Born June 19th, 1808; succeeded his 
father in 1854; educated at Eton, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 1829); 
Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford, 1834; was M.P. 
for Oxford county, 1830 and 183252, and 
for Abingdon, 18*52 4; is Lord Lieut, of 
Berkshire, High Steward of Oxford and 
Abingdon, and a Dep. Lieut, of Oxford- 
shire : married (1835) Elizabeth Lavinia, 
only daughter of George Granville Vernon 
Uarcourt, Esq. (this lady died 1858), and 
has issue, living, 

Sons, Montagu Arthur, Lord Norreys, A. 1836 ; educated at Eton ; is Lieut., Col. Royal Berks 
Militia: was sometime Lieut. Queen's Own Oxfordshire Yeomanry, and a Magistrate 
and a Dep. Lieut, for Berkshire, and a Magistrate for Oxfordshire: m. 18.18, Caroline 
Theresa, who d. 1 8/3, daughter of Charles Towneley, Esq. of Towneley, and has, 
with other issue, Montague Charles Francis, b. I860. Residence, 12, Charles-street, W. 
Clubs, Travellers', White's. 

Francis Leveson, b. 1844, TO. 1874. Alberic Edward, b. 1846. George Aubrey Vere, 
d. 1850. Charles Claude, b. 1851. Reginald Henry, b. 1856. 

I)M^ers,-Elizabeth Emily, b. 1838. Lavinia Louisa, h. 1843. Evelyn Frances, b. 1848. 

Brother living, The Rev. Henry William, D.C.L. A. 1812. 

Sisters living, Charlotte Margaret, A. 1809. Emily Caroline, b. 1810, TO. 1830, (Bathurst). 

Patron of five livings, Cumnor, V. South Hinksey, V. cum Wootton, V. Wytham, R. 
North Hinksey, V. (alternately), Berkshire. Albury, R. Oxfordshire. 

Creations, Baron Norreys, by writ, 1675, with the precedence of the first summons to 
his maternal ancestor, dated 1 57 J, Earl of Abingdon, in the peerage ot England, 1 682. 

"String, Argent, three battering rams barwise in pale, proper, armed and garnished, 
azure, (frest, The bust of a man affrontee and couped at the shoulder, proper, hair and 
beard, sable, ducally crowned, or. Supporters, Dexter, a grey friar, habited with cross and 
beads, pendent from his girdle, and his right hand resting on a staff potence, all proper ; 
sinister, a wild man wreathed about the temples and loins with oak ; each charged on 
the breast with a frette, or. 

Seat, Wytham -abbey, Oxford. Town Residence, IS, Grosvenor-street, W. 

Clubs, Brooks's, White's, St. James's. 



Valour is stronger than a 
battering ram. 



ABINGDON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Montague, 
D.C.L. 5th Earl of Abingdon. He was b. April :10, 1/84, and succeeded his father, Sept. 26, 
1799; was Lord Lieut, of Berkshire, and High Steward of Abingdon; and officiated as cup - 
bearer at the coronation of George IV. : m. 1st, Aug. 27, 1807, Emily, daughter of Gen. 
the Hon. Thomas Gage, (she d. 1838), and by her had issue five sons and three daughters ; 
2ndly, Feb. il, 1 841 . Lady Frederica Augusta Kerr, daughter of the late Countess of Antrim ; 
and d. Oct. 16, 1854, without issue from his second marriage. Her ladyship survived him 
ten years. 



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ABINGEB, BARON* (SCARLETT.) 




He stands in his own strength. 



WILLIAM FREDERICK SCARLETT, 3rd 
Baron. Born August 30th, 1826; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1861; educated at 
Eton, and at. Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
entered the 5th Dragoon Guards as Cornet, 
(April) 1846, exchanged to the Scots Fu- 
silier Guards as Ensign and Lieut. (June) 
1846, became Lieut, and Capt. 1849, 
Captain and Lieut. -Col. 1855, Brevet 
Major in the Army 1854, Brevet Col. 
1867, Major 1868, and Col. 1875; served 
in the Crimea, and was present at Alma, 
Inkermann, and Balaclava, and at the 



siege of Sebastopol ; appointed an Extra Aide-de-Camp to Major-Gen. Sir 
James Yorke Scarlett 1854, and rejoined his regiment 1855: has the 
Crimean medal and four clasps, the order of the Medjidie and the Turkish 
war medal. Is a Dep. Lieut, of Inverness -shire, and a Magistrate for 
Surrey: married (1863) Helen, daughter of Commodore George Allan 
Magruder, late of the U.S. Navy, and has issue, living, 
Son, James Yorke Macgregor Scarlett, 6. 1871. 
Daughters Ella Campbell, b. 1864. Helen, *. 1 866. Evelina, b. 186;. 

Sisters living, Henrietta Elizabeth, b. 1825, m. 1846, (Toler). Frances Mary, b. 1828, ?. 
1857, (Smith). 

Creation Baron Abinger of Abinger, Surrey, and of the city of Norwich, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1835. 

Srms, Cheeky : or and gules, a lion rampant, ermine, on a canton, azure, a castle, 
triple towered, argent. iTrcst, A Tuscan column, cheeky, or, and gules, supported on 
either side by a lion's jamb, ermines, erased, gold. Supporters, On either side an angel 
vested, argent, tunic, azure, wings, or; in the exterior hand of each a sword in bend 
proper, pommel and hilt, or. 

Seat, Inverlochy Castle, Kingussie, Inverness-shire. 

Town Residence, 30, Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. Clubs, Caxlton, Guards'. 

ABINGER, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Robert 
Campbell, 2nd Baron Abinger. He was b. Sept. 5, 1/94, and succeeded his father April 7, 
1844 ; was a Barrister-at-law : m. July 19, 1824, Sarah, daughter of the Hon. George Smith, 
late Chief Justice of the Mauritius ; and d. June 24, 1861, having had issue two sons and 
two daughters. 

ABINGER, ELIZABETH, Baroness, daughter of Lee Steere Steere, Esq. 
of Jayes, Surrey: m. 1st, the Rev. H. J. Ridley, of Ockley ; 2ndly, 
1843, the 1st Baron Abinger, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, who d. 1844. 
Residence, Westcliffe House, Brighton. 

ABINGER, Dowager Baroness, SARAH, daughter of the Hon. George 
Smith, late Chief Justice of the Mauritius: m. 1824, the 2nd Baron 
Abinger, who d. 1861. 
Residence, 30, Queen's Gate Terrace, W. 



Abney-Hastings, family name of the Earl of Loudoun. 




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Aboyne, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Huntly. 
Acheson, family name of the Earl of Gosford. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Gosford. 

A'Court, (Holmes-A' Court), family name of Baron Heytesbury. 

ACTON, BARON. (DALBERG-ACTON.) 

JOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG- 
ACTON, 1st Baron, and a Baronet, only 
son of Sir Ferdinand Richard Edward 
Dalberg- Acton, 7th Bart. Born Jan. 10th, 
18-U : educated at Oscott Roman Catholic 
College ; succeeded his father as 8th 
Baronet 1837, and was raised to the 
peerage of the United Kingdom 1869 ; 
sat as M.P. for Carlow (L.) 185965, and 
for Bridgnorth 1865 66, when he was 
unseated on a scrutiny; is a Dep. Lieut. 
and a Magistrate for Shropshire : married 
(1865) Marie, eldest daughter of the Count Arco-Valley, of Munich, and 
has issue, living, 
Son, Richard, b. 1870. 

l>aughters,Ma.ry Elizabeth Anne, b. 1866, Anne Mary Catherine Georgiana, b. 1868. 
Elizabeth Mary Catherine, b. 1874. 

Patron of one living (but, being a Roman Catholic, cannot present), Acton Round, 
V., Shropshire. 

Creation, Baron Acton of Aldenham, Shropshire, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 186Q.* 

String, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, semee of cross-crosslets fitchee or, two lions 
passant in pale, argent, Acton ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, six fleurs- 
de-lis, three, two, and one, argent; a chief dancettee of the last : 2nd and 3rd, or, a cross 
patonce, gules ; over all an escutcheon azure, thereon a tower argent, a chief dancettee 
of the last, Dalberg. GTrrst, A human leg and thigh in armour, couped, and 'dropping 
blood, all proper, garnished, or. Supporters, On either side a lion guardant proper, gorged 
with a chain or, pendent therefrom a cross patonce, gules. 

Seat, Aldenham Park, Shropshire. 

C/wfts, Athenaeum, Brooks's, Travellers', Devonshire. 

Adair, family name of Baron Waveney. 
Adare, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Dunraven. 
Agar, family name of the Earl of Normanton. 
Agar-Ellis, family name of Viscount Clifden. 

* The 1st Baronet, Sir Edward Acton, received his baronetcy for loyalty and fidelity to 
Charles I. The 6th Baronet, Sir John Francis Edward, was commander-in-chief of the 
land and sea forces of Naples, and for many years prime minister of that country : he died 
1811. The 7th Baronet assumed the additional surname of Dalberg by sign manual, after 
his marriage with Marie Louise Pelline, only child of Emeric Joseph, Duke of Dalberg ; 
who m. 2ndly, the second Earl Granville, and d. in I860. 



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Agar-Robartes, family name of Baron Robartes. 




We have been. 



AILESBURY, MARQUESS OF. (BRUDENELL-BRI-CE.) 

GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK BRUDE- 
NELL-BRUCE, K.G. P.C 2nd Marquess and 
3rd Earl ; Lord Lieut, of Wiltshire. Born 
Nov. 20th, 1804; called to the House 
of Lords as Baron Bruce, 1839; suc- 
ceeded his father as Marquess and Earl 
of Ailesbury, 1856, and his cousin as Earl 
of Cardigan, 1868; has been Lieut.-Col. 
of the Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry 
since 1837, and Aide-de-Camp to the 
Queen, with the rank of Col. in the Army, 
since 1857 ; appointed Master of the 
Horse, 1868: married (1837) Lady Mary 
Caroline Herbert, daughter of the llth Earl of Pembroke. 

Brother living, Ernest Augustus Charles, P. C.' M. P. heir presumptive, b. 1811; educated 
at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 1831): was Vice Chamberlain 
to the Queen 18416, and 18528; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Wiltshire, 
and a Magistrate for Westminster ; was sometime Major in the Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry , 
has represented Marlborough (L.C.) since 1832: m. 1834, the Hon. Louisa Elizabeth 
Beresford, daughter of the 2nd Baron Decies, and had, with other issue, George John, 
b. 1839, TO. 1862, Lady Evelyn Mary, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Craven, and d. 
1868, leaving issue a son, George William Thomas, b. 1863, and a daughter. Residence, 
6, St. George's Place, Hyde Park Corner, W. Clubs, Athenaeum, Carlton, St. 
James's, Travellers', White's, Boodle's. 

Half-Brother living, Charles William, M.P., b. 1834, m. I860. 

Patron of eleven livings, Great Bedwyn, V. Little Bedwyn, V. Collingbourne 
Ducis, R. Easton Royal, D. Savernake, V. Savernake Forest, V. Wiltshire. Maulden, R. 
Bedfordshire. West Tanfield, R. Wath, R. Whorlton, V. EastWitton, V. 

Creations, Baron Brudenell, 1627, Earl of Cardigan, l66l, in the peerage of England. 
Baron Bruce, 1J46, Earl of Ailesbury, 1776, Marquess of Ailesbury, Karl Bruce, and 
Viscount Savernake, 1821, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A* Baronet, l6ll. 

9rms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a saltire and chief, gules : on a canton, argent, a 
lion rampant, azure, Brave ; 2nd and :ird, argent, a chevron, gules, between three caps of 
maintenance, their fronts turned towards the sinister, azure, Brvdenell. (Crest, 1st, a 
lion stataiit, tail extended, azure, Bruce; 2nd, a sea-horse, argent, Brudenell. Supporters 
Two savages wreathed about the temples and loins, each holding in his exterior hand a 
lance, and thereon a banner of the arms of Bruce. 

Srnts,~ Savernake Forest, and Tottenham Park, Marlborough, Wiltshire; Jerveaux 
Abbey, Bedale, Yorkshire. 

Town Residence, 73, Pall Mall, S.W. 



AILESBTTEY, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Charles, K.T. 1st Marquess and 2nd Earl of Ailesbury. He was b. Feb. 14, 177:i, 
succeeded his father as Earl of Ailesbury, April 19, 1814, and was raised to the Marquisute 
seven years after: TO. 1st, April 10, 1793, the Hon. Henrietta Maria Noel-Hill, daughter of 
the 1st Baron Berwick, (she d. 1831), and by her had issue two sons and six daughters: 
2ndly, Aug. 20, 1833, Maria, daughter of the late Hon. Charlas Tollemache, 4th son of 
Louisa, Countess of Dysart; and d. Jan. 4, 1856, having had issue from his second 
marriage an only son. 



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AILSA, MARQUESS OF. (KENNEDY.) 

ARCHIBALD KENNEDY, 3rd Marquess 
of Ailsa, 14th Earl of Cassillis, and a 
Baronet. Born Sept. 1st, 1847; succeeded 
his father 1870; educated at Eton; ap- 
pointed Ensign and Lieut. Coldstream 
Guards 1866, became Lieut, and Capt. 
1870, in which year he retired; is a Dep. 
Lieut, of Ayrshire," and Lieut. Royal 
Naval Reserve : married (1871) the Hon. 
Evelyn Stuart, 3rd daughter of the 12th 
Bafon Blantyre, and has issue, living, 
Sows, Archibald, Earl of Cassillis, b. 18/2. - 

Another, b. 1875. 
Brothers living, Alexander, &. 1853, John, b. 1859. 

Sisters living, Julia Alice, b. 1849, m. 1869, (Follett). Evelyn Anne, b. 1851. Constance 
Eleanor, b. 1855. 

Creations, Baron Kennedy, 1452, Earl of Cassillis, 150Q, in the peerage of Scotland. 
Baron Ailsa, 180(5, Marquess of Ailsa, 1831, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, A 
Baronet, 1682. 




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, Argent, a chevron gules, between three cross crosslets fitchee sable; the 
whole within a double tressure flory counterflory of the second. (Crest, a dolphin on its 
back, azure. &itpportm(, Two swans, wings inverted proper. 

Seats, Culzean Castle, Cassillis House, Newark Castle, and MayboleCastle, Ayrshire. 
Clubs, Guards, Royal Yacht Club, Cowes. 

AILSA, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Archibald, 2nd Marquess of Ailsa and 13th Earl of Cassillis. He was b. Aug. 1816 ; suc- 
ceeded his grandfather 1846, and was educated at Westminster ; m. 1846, Julia, daughter 
of Sir Richard Mounteney Jephson, 1st Bart., and d. 18/0, leaving issue three sons and 
three daughters. 

AILSA, JULIA, Marchioness of, daughter of Sir Richard Mounteney 
Jephson, 1st Bart. ; m. 1846, Archibald, 2nd Marquess of Ailsa and 13tli 
Earl of Cassillis, who d. 1870. 
Residence, Lovell Hill, Windsor. 



AIRLIE, EARL OF. (OGILVY.) 

DAVID GRAHAM DRUMMOND OGILVY, K.T. 
10th Earl and 14th Baron, a Representa- 
tive Peer of Scotland. Born May 4th, 
1826; succeeded his father 1849; edu- 
cated at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 
1847); is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Forfarshire ; Capt. in the Forfarshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry and the 12th Forfarshire 
Rifle Volunteers; appointed Her Majesty's 
Lord High Commissioner to the General 
Assembly of the Established Presbyterian 
Communion of Scotland, 1872: married 
(1851) the Hon. Henrietta Blanche Stan- 

ley, 2nd daughter of the 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley, and has issue, 

living, 




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Sons, David Stanley William, Lord Ogilvy, b. 1856; appointed Lieut. 1st Foot 1875, 

transferred to Scots Fusilier Guards the same year. Lyulph Gilchrist Stanley, b. 1861. 
Daughters. Henrietta Blanche, b. 1852. Clementine Gertrude Helen, b. 1854. Maude 

Josepha, b. 1859. Another, * 1865. 
Half-Brothers living William Henry Bruce, 6.1840, m. 1866. James Bruce, 6.1841. 

John Bruce and Donald Bruce, (twins), b. 1845. 
Sisters living, Jean Graham Drummond, b. 1818 m. 1837, the 9th Viscount Arbuthnott.-^ 

Maria Anne, b. 1827. 

Creations, Baron Ogilvy of Airlie, 1491, Earl of Airlie, and Baron Ogilvy, of Alyth 
and Lintrathen, 1639, in the peerage of Scotland. 

arms, Argent : a lion passant guardant, gules, ducally gorged and crowned with an 
imperial crown. Crest, A lady from the waist upwards holding a portcullis. Supporters, 
Two bulls, sable, armed and unguled, vert, and gorged with a garland of flowers. 

Seats, Airlie Castle, CortachieCastle, and Auchterhouse, Forfarshire; Clunny and 
Kettie Castles, Perthshire. 

Town Residence, Airlie Lodge, Campden Hill, Kensington, W. Club, Travellers*. 

AIRLIE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, David, 9th 
Earl of Airlie. He was A.Dec. 16, 1785 ; set up his claim to the family honours, which had 
been under attainder since 1716, and was declared, in 1826, by the House of Peers, to be by 
right 9th Earl. He was a Representative Peer of Scotland, and Lord Lieut, of Forfarshire. 
He m. 1st, Oct. 7, 1812, Clementina, daughter of Gavin Drummond, Esq. (she d. 1835), 
having had issue two sons and five daughters -, 2ndly, Nov. 15, 1838, Margaret, daughter 
of W. Bruce, Esq. of Cowden, (she d. 1845): and d. May 4, 1849, having had issue from 
second marriage, four sons. 

Aithrie, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Hopetoun. 

ALBEMARLE, EARL OF. (KEPPEL.) 

GEORGE THOMAS KEPPEL, 6th Earl, 
son of William Charles, 4th Earl. Born 
June 13th, 1799; succeeded his brother 
1851 ; entered the 14th Foot 1815, and 
was present at Waterloo; became a Major- 
Gen. 1858, a Lieut.-Gen. 1866, and a Gen. 
1 874 ; has been Groom in Waiting to the 
Queen since 1838 ; sat as M.P. for East 
Norfolk 1832 5, and for Lymington, 
184750 ; was Private Secretary to Lord 
John Russell (Earl Russell, K*G.) 1846 
7: married (1831) Susan, daughter of 
Sir Coutts Trotter, 1st Bart, and has 
issue, living, 

Son, William Coutts, Viscount Bury, P.C., K.C.M.G. ; b. 1832; educated at Eton ; was 
in the Scots Fusilier Guards 1849-54, and served in India as Aide-de-Camp to Gen. 
Lord Frederick Kitz-clarence, Commander-in-Chief at Madras; sat as M.P. for Norwich 
1857 9, and for Wick 18605; and for Berwick (L.) 186874; unsuccessfully contested 
Stroud 1875; was Private Secretary to Lord John Russell, (Earl Russell, K.G.) 1850, 
Treasurer of the Household (June) 1859, and Civil Secretary in Canada 185966; 
created a Privy Councillor I860, and a K.C.M.G. 1870: m. 1855, Sophia, daughter of Sir 
Allan Macnab, Bart, formerly Prime Minister of Canada, and has, with other issue, 
Arnold Allan Cecil, b. 1858. Residence, &5, Prince's Gate, S.W. Clubs, Brooks' s, 
Athenaeum. 

Daughters, Louisa, b. 1836, m. 1864, (Charteris). Augusta, b. 1838 m. 1873, (Noel,) 
Brothers tiring, The Rev. Edward Southwell, b. 1800, m. 1828. Admiral Sir Henry, 

K.C.B., b. 1809, m. 1st, 1839, 2ndly, 186l. 

Sisters living, Mury, b. 1804, TO. 1st, 1826 (Stephenson) ; 2ndly, 1868, (Whitbread) 
Caroline Elizabeth, b. 1814, m. 1835, (Gamier). 

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Patron of two livings, Quidenham, R. cum Snetterton, R, Winfarthing, R. Norfolk. 

Creations. Baron Ashford. Viscount Bury, and Earl of Albemarle, in the peerage of 
England, 1695-6. 

Srins Gules : three escallops, argent. Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan's 
head and neck, argent. Supporters Two lions ducally crowned, or. 

Seat, Quidenham-hall, Larlingford, Attleburgh, Norfolk. Clubs, Athenaeum, 

Brooks's, Fox. 

ALBEMAKLE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Augustus Frederick, 5th Earl of Albemarle. He was b. June 2, 1794, and succeeded his fa- 
ther, Oct. 30, 184Q : m. June 2, 1816, Frances, daughter of Charles Steer, Esq. of Chichester, 
and d. without issue, March 15, 1851. Her ladyship m. 2ndly, I860, Lieut.-Col. the Hon. 
Peregrine Francis Cust, brother of the 1st Earl Brownlow, and d. 1869. 

ALDBOROUGH, EARL OF. (STRATFORD.) 

BENJAMIN O'NEALE STRATFORD, 6th 
Earl, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
June 10th, 1808; succeeded his father in 
1849 ; has been Capt. in the 1st Dragoon 
Guards; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Wick low. 

Creations, Baron Baltinglass (the first peer 
was M.P. for that borough) 1/63, Viscount 
Aldborough, 1/76, and Viscount Amiens, and 
Nothing can oppose courage and virtue. Earl of Aldborough, 1777, in the peerage of 

Ireland. 




Barry of ten, argent and azure, a lion rampant, gules, ducally crowned, or. 
Crest, An arm embowed in armour, holding a scimitar, proper. Supporters Uexter, an 
emblematical figure of Fame, vested, argent, wings, or; in her right hand a trumpet, and 
in her left an olive branch ; shunter, a man in complete armour, with a shield on the right 
arm and a spear in the left hand ; sword-belt, gules 

Seat, Stratford-lodge, Baltinglass, (co.) Wicklow, Ireland. 

Club, Junior United Service. 

ALDBOBOTTGrH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Mason 
Gerrard, 5th Earl of Aldborough, A.July 8, 1784; succeeded his father, July 11, 1833; 
m. Aug. 2, 1804, Cornelia Jane, daughter of Charles H. Tandy, Esq. and d. Oct. 4, lb49, 
having issue- two sons and two daughters. 

Alexander, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Caledon. 
family name of the Earl of Caledon. 

ALFORT), Viscountess, (by courtesy) , MARIAN MARGARET, daughter of the 
2nd Marquess of Northampton, and mother of the 2nd and 3rd Earls 
Brownlow; b. 1817, m. 1841, Viscount Alford, M.P. (son of the 1st Earl 
Brownlow), who d. 1851. 
Town Residence, Alford-house, Prince's -gate, W. 

Alford, Viscount, title borne by Earl Brownlow. 
Allanson and Whin, Baron, title borne by Baron Headley. 
Allanson-Winn, family name of Baron Headley. 



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Alloa, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Kellie. 
Altamont, Earl of, ,, Marquess of Sligo. 

Althorp, Viscount, ,, ,, Earl Spencer. 
Amberley, Viscount, son of Earl Russell, (see Russell.) 




By constancy and valour. 



AM H ERST, EARL. (AMHERST.) 

WILTIAM PITT AMHERST, 2nd Earl. 
Born Sept. 3rd, 1805; succeeded his 
father 1857; educated at Christ Church, 
Oxford, (B.A. 2nd class in classics, 1827) ; 
is a Magistrate for Kent: married (1834) 
Gertrude, daughter of the late Hon. and 
Rt. Rev,. Hugh Percy, D.D. Bishop ot 
Carlisle, and has issue, living, 

Sons, William Archer, Visct. Holmesdale, M.P. 
b. 1836; educated at Eton; entered the Cold- 
stream Guards, 1854, appointed Lieut, and Capt. 
1855 ; served in the Crimean war ; was present 
at Balaclava and at Inkermann, where he was 
severely wounded, and before Sebastopol ; retired 

1862 ; was Capt. 3/th Kent Rifle Volunteers, 1866 7 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Kent; sat as M.P. for West Kent 185968, when he was elected M.P. for Mid 
Kent (C.): m. 1862, Lady Julia Mann Cornwallis, daughter of the 5th and last Earl 
Cornwallis. Seat, Linton Park, Staplehurst, Kent. Town Residence, 20, Belgrave 
Square, S.W. C/wis, Carlton, Travellers'. 

Frederick, b. 1838. Percy Arthur, 6.1339.- Jeffrey Charles, b. 1844. Josceiine George 
Herbert, b. 1846. Hugh, b. 1856. 

Daughters, Mary Sarah, b. 1837, m 1857, (Egerton). Constance Harriet, b. 1843, m. 1871, 
(Monck). Margaret Catherine, b. 1848. Elinor, b. 1850. Charlotte Florentia, 6.1851. 

Patron of one living, Tanworth, V. Warwickshire. 

Creations, Baron Amherst of Holmesdale, 1788, and Viscount Holmesdale and Earl 
Amherst, 1826, both in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

&rms, Gules : three tilting spears erect, or, points argent. (Crest, On a mount, vert, 
three tilting spears, points upwards, one in pale and two in saltire as in the arms, entwined 
by a wreath of laurel, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a Canadian hidian of a copper colour, 
his exterior arm embowed holding an axe erect, proper, rings in his nose and ears, and 
bracelets on his arms and wrists, argent, over his shoulder two buff belts in saltire, sus- 
pended from one his powder horn on his right side, and from the other his scalping knife 
on his left ; before him a short apron, azure, tied round the waist with a belt, gules, fim- 
briated, or , on the legs blue gaiters, seamed, gold, his ancles fettered together and the 
chain, affixed to the bracelet on his exterior wrist, proper ; sinister, a similar Indian, hold- 
ing in his exterior hand a wand, the lower end resting on his hip, and on the upper end a 
scalp proper. 



Seat, Montreal, Sevenoaks, Kent. 

Town Residence, 43, Grosvenor-square, W. 



Club, Carlton. 



AMHERST, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 

Pitt, 1st Earl and 2nd Baron Amherst. He was b. Jan. 14, 17/3, and succeeded his uncle 
as Huron, Aug. :t, 17117 ; created Earl Amherst, 1826; was sometime Minister in China, 
and afterwards Governor-General of India: m. 1st, July 24, !800, Sarah, daughter 
of the last Baron Archer, and widow of the 5th Earl of Plymouth, (she d. 1833), and by her 
liad issue four sons and a daughter; 2nuly, June 25, 1839, Lady Mary Sackville, daughter 
of the 3rd Dnkc of Dorset, and widow of the 6th Earl of Plymouth ; and d. March 13, Itio", 
without issue by his last marriage. Her ladyship survived 'him seven years. 



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Amiens, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Aldborough. 
Ancrum, Earl of, son of the Marquess of Lothian. 
Anderson-Pelham, family name of the Earl of Yarborough. 

Andover, Viscount, son of the Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, (see 
Suffolk.) 

ANGLESEY, MARQUESS OF. (PAGET.) 

HENRY WILLIAM GEORGE PAQET, 3rd 
Marquess, and a Baronet. Born Dec. 9, 
1821; succeeded his father 1869; was 
Lieut, and Capt. in the 1st Life Guards 
and Lieut.-Col. of the Staffordshire Militia, 
1852 5; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magis- 
trate for Staffordshire: married (1845) 
Sophia. 2nd daughter of the late James 
Eversfield, Esq., of Denne-park, Hor- 
sham. 

Half-Brothers living, Henry, heir presumptive, 
By its opposite. b 1835 . is a Dep Lieut for Staffordshire; 

became Capt. Queen's Own Staffordshire Yeo- 

manry Cavalry, 1859: m. 1st, 1858, Elizabeth, who d. 18/3, daughter of Joseph 
Norman, Esq.; 2ndly, 1874, Blanche Mary, daughter of Curwen Boyd, Esq., of Merton 
Hall, Wigtonshire. Clubs, Arlington, Junior Naval and Military. 
Alexander Victor, b. 1839. Berkeley Charles Sydney, b. 1844. 

Sister living, Constance Henrietta, b. 1823, m. 1846, the llth Earl of Winchilsea. 

Half-Sister living, Florence Cecilia, b. 1842, TO. 1st, 1864, the 4th Marquess of Hastings, 
(he d. 1868); 2ndly, 1870, Sir George Chetwynd, 4th Bart. 

Patron of five livings, Abbots Bromley, V. Burton- on-Trent, V. Trinity Church, V. 
Burton-on-Trent, Charlton Horethorne, V. Staff brdshire. Stapenhill, V. Derbyshire. 

Creations, Baron Paget, 1549, Earl of Oxbridge, 1784, Marquess of Anglesey, 1815, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1730. 




, Sable, on a cross engrailed between four eagles displayed, argent, five lions 
passant guardant, of the field. Crest, A demi heraldic tiger, sable, maned, tufted, and 
ducally collared, argent. Supporters, Two heraldic tigers, sable, mailed, tufted, and 
ducally collared, argent. 

Seats, Beaudesert, Lichfield, Staffordshire; Plas-Newydd, near Bangor, Anglesea; 
Stalbridge-park, Dorsetshire. 

Town Residence, 34 A, Charles- street, Berkeley-square. 

ANGLESEY, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Henry, P.C. 2nd Marquess of Anglesey. He was b. July 6, 1/9/5 was summoned to the 
House of Lords as Baron Paget, 1832, and succeeded his father as Marquess of Anglesey, 
1854. He was Lord Lieut, of Anglesey, Col. of the 42nd Foot, and Lord Chamberlain, 
1839 41 : w*. 1st, Aug. 5, 1819, Eleanora, 2nd daughter of Col. John Campbell (she 
d. 1828), and by her had issue one daughter; 2ndly, Aug. 27, 1833, Henrietta Maria, 
4th daughter of Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B. (she d. 1844), leaving issue four sons and two 
daughters ; 3rdly, March 8, I860, Ellen Jane, daughter of John Burnand, Esq. ; and d. Feb. 
6, 1969, without having had issue from his last marriage. 



Augus, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 



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ANNALY, BARON. (WHITE.) 

LUKE WHITE, 2nd Baron. Born Sept. 
26th, 1829; succeeded his father 1873; 
educated at Eton. Was a Lord of the 
Treasury 18626. Sat as M. P. for Long- 
ford 1861 2, and for Kidderminster 
18625. Entered the 13th Light Dra- 
goons 1847, and retired 1853. Has been 
Lieut.-Col. of the Longford Militia since 
1847. Was Lord Lieut, of co. Long- 
ford 1873 74. Is a Dep. Lieut, co. 
Dublin. Married (1853) Emily, daughter 
of James Stuart, Esq., and has issue, 
livinjr, 




By strength and valour. 



Sows, Luke, b. 1857. Henry, b. 185Q. Charles, b. I860. Robert, b. 1861. Francis,*. 1873. 
Daughters, Ellen Harriet, m. 1874, the 14th Baron Inchiquin. Alice. Violet, b. 1869. 
Brother living, Charles William, b. 1838. 

Sisters living, Ellen Eliza, b. 1834, m. 1854, (Holden). Emelie Beaujolais, b. 1845, m. 1867, 
the Hon. Robert W. Grosveiior, eldest son of the 1st Baron Ebury. 

Creation, Baron Annaly, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1863. 

&rms, Argent : on a chevron engrailed, gules, between three roses of the last, a cross 
crosslet, or. (Trest, A cubit arm, proper, charged with a chevron engrailed, gules, thereon, 
a cross crosslet, or ; in the hand three roses, gules, slipped proper. Supporters, Dexter, a 
horse, argent, caparisoned with the trappings of the fourteenth regiment of Light Dragoons, 
proper; sinister, an Irish wolf-hound, proper, gorged with an antique crown, and 
chained, or. 

Seats, Woodlands -castle, Dublin ; Rathcline, co. Longford. 

Town Residence, 29, Belgrave-square, W. 

Club, United Service,-~Brooks's,-^Army and Navy. 

ANNALY, Baron. His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry, 1st 
Baron Annaly, son of the late Luke White, Esq., of Woodlands, sometime M. P. for Leitrim. 
He was b. 1790, and was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. Sat as M.P. for Dublin co. 
182332, and for Longford co. 183741, and 185761 ; was Lord Lieut, of co. Longford, 
and Col. of the Longford Militia : m. 1828, Ellen, who d. 1868 eldest daughter of W. S. 
Dempster, of Skibo Castle, N.B. He d. Sept. 1873, leaving issue two sons and two 
daughters. 

ANNESLEY, EARL. (ANNESLEY.) 

HUGH ANNESLEY, 5th Earl, in the 
Peerage of Ireland. Born Jan. 31st, 
1831 ; succeeded his brother 1874. Edu- 
cated at Eton, and at Trinity College, 
Dublin (B.A. 1849). Entered the 43rd 
Light Infantry 1851, served in the Kaffir 
War 1851 3, and was severely wounded 
at the battle of Berea 1852 ; exchanged 
to the Scots Fusilier Guards as Ensign 
and Lieut. 1853 ; served in the Crimean 
war, and was severely wounded at the 
Alma 1854; appointed Lieut, and Capt. 
1855, and Capt. and Lieut.-Col. I860, 
retired 1871 ; has the Kaffir War medal, the Crimean medal and clasps, and 
the Turkish war medal. Is a Magistrate for co. Down. Sat as M.P. for 
co. Cavan 185774. 




From the love ot valour. 



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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Brothers living, Arthur, 5.1835, heir presumptive; became Lieut, and Capt. Grenadier 
Guards 1859, exchanged as Capt. to Rifle Brigade 1863, retired 1864: m. 1867, Clara, 
only daughter of the late George Weston, Esq., of Norwich. Residence, 91, Maida 
Vale, N.W. Clubs, White's, Army and Navy. 
George, b. 1837, m. (1st) 1859, (2ndly) 186l. 

Creations, Baron Annesley, 1758, Viscount Glerawley, 1766, Earl Annesley, 1739, 
all in the peerage of Ireland. 

Struts, Paly of six, argent and azure, a bend, gules. CTrcst, A Moor's head, couped 
at the shoulders, in profile, proper, wreathed round the temples, argent and azure. 
Supporters, Dexter, a Roman soldier in armour resting his right hand on an antique shield 
or buckler, proper ; sinister, a Moorish soldier having a quiver of arrows pendent from a 
belt over his left shoulder, and his left hand resting on a bow, proper. 

Seats, Castlewellan, and Donard Lodge, co. Down, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 23, Grosvenor Mansions, S.W. 
C/f^s, Carlton, Guards', White's. 

ANNESLEY, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, William 
Richard, 4th Earl Annesley, and a Representative Peer for Ireland. He was b. Feb. 21, 
1830, and succeeded his father 1838. Educated at Cambridge. Sat as M.P. for Great 
Grimsby 18527. Was a Dep. Lieut, of Downshire. He d. Aug. 18/4, unmarried. 

ANNESLEY, Countess, PRISCILLA CECILIA, daughter of the late Hugh 
Moore, Esq., of Eglantine House, co. Down: m. 1828, as his 2nd wife, the 
3rd Earl Annesley, who d. 1838. 
Residence, Donard Lodge, Castlewellan, co. Down, Ireland. 

Annesley, family name of Viscount Valentia. 
Anson, Viscount, son of the Earl of Lichfield. (see Lichfield.) 
,, family name of the Earl of Lichfield. 



ANTRIM, EARL OF. (Mo DoNNEtL.) 

WILLIAM RANDAL MCDONNELL, 9th 
Earl,* in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
Jan. 8th, 1851; succeeded his father 
1869; educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford. Appointed Sub-Lieut. 
Royal Tyrone Fusiliers 18 , resigned 
1875: married (1875) Louisa Jane Grey, 
second daughter of the late Gen. Grey, 
and niece of Earl Grey. 

Brothers living, Mark Henry Horace, heir pre- 
sumptv-e, b. 1852; educated at Eton ; is Lieut. 
18th Foot. Hugh Seymour, b. 1S55. Alexan- 
der, b. Iri5/. Schomberg Kerr, b. 1861. 
Sisters living, Caroline Elizabeth, 6. 1853. Mabel Harriet, b. 1858. Evelyn, b. I860. 
Jane Grey, b. 1863. Helena, 6.1865. 
Creation, Viscount Dunluce and Earl of Antrim, 1785, in the peerage of Ireland. 




Always ready. 



* This Peer is llth in succession, the 7th and 8th incumbents being Peeresses in their 
own right by special remainder granted in 1785 to the dth Earl of the 1st creation of 1620. 



RKBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, McDonnell, viz. quarterly, 1st, or, a lion rampant, 
gules ; 2nd, or, a dexter arm, issuant from the sinister fesse point out of a cloud, proper, 
in the hand a cross crosslet, fitchee erect, azure ; 3rd, argent, a ship with the sails furled, 
sable ; 4th, per fesse, azure and vert, a dolphin naiant in fesse proper. 2nd and 3rd, 
Kerr, viz. quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, a sun in splendour, or; 2nd, gules, on a chevron 
argent, three mullets of the field ; 3rd, vert, on a chevron, between three unicorns' heads, 
argent, as many mullets, sable. (Crest, 1st, a dexter arm embowed in fesse, couped at the 
shoulder, vested, or, cuffs, argent, holding in the hand a cross crosslet, fitche, azure, 
Me Donnell ; 2nd, a sun in splendour, or, Kerr. .Supporters, Dexter, a wild man wreathed 
about the temple and loins, proper ; sinister, a falcon, wings inverted proper, beaked, 
membered and belled, or. 

Seat, Glenarm-castle, Larne, co. Antrim, Ireland. 

ANTRIM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Mark, 
8th Earl of Antrim, son of the Countess of Antrim and Vice- Admiral Lord Mark Robert 
Kerr, R.N. He was b. April 3, 1814, and succeeded his brother July 19, 1855 ; was a retired 
Captain in the Royal Navy : m. Sept. 27, 1849, Jane Emma Hannah, 2nd daughter of the 
late Major Macan, of Carriff, (co.) Armagh ; and d, Dec. 1869, having had issue five 
sons and five daughters. 

ANTRIM, JANE EMMA HANNAH, Countess of, 2nd daughter of the late 
Major Macan, of Carriff, (co.) Armagh; m. 1849, the 8th Earl of Antrim, 
who d. 1869. 
Residences, Glenarm-castle, co. Antrim, Ireland; 10, Lowndes-square, S.W. 

ANTEIM, LAURA CECILIA, Countess of, daughter of the 5th Earl of 
Macclesfield, 6. 1809; m. 1836, the 7th Earl of Antrim, who d. 1855. 
Residence, 30, Lowndes-square, S.W. 

Apsley, Baron, title borne by Earl Bathurst 
Arbroath, Baron, ,, the Duke of Aberoorn. 

ARBUTHNOTT, VISCOUNT. (ARBUTHNOTT.) 

JOHN ARBUTHNOTT, 9th Viscount, 
in the peerage of Scotland. Born June 
4th, 1806; succeeded his father 1860; 
entered the Army 1825, became Lieut. 
1826, and Capt. 1830 ; placed on half-pay 
1850: married (1837) Lady Jane Graham 
Drummond, eldest daughter of the 9th 
Earl of Airlie, and has issue, living, 

Sows, John, Master of Arbuthnott, b. 1843: is a 
Dep. Lieut, for Kincardineshire ; late Lieut. 

Praise be to God 4Qth Foot ' m - 18 " ! ' Anna Harriet, daughter of 

the late Edmund Allen, Esq. 

David, 4. 1845. Hugh, b. 1847. William, * 184Q. 
Daughters, Clementina, b. 1838, m. 1864, (Stuart). Margaret, b. 1853. 
Brothers lining, Walter, b. 180S, m. 1835. David, 6.1820, m. 1847. William, 6.1821, 

m. 1865. Charles James Donald, b. 1823. 

Sisters living, Je&n Ogilvy, b. 1807, 1830, (Cheape). Anne Charlotte, b. 1813, m. 
1847, (Cheape). 

Creation, Baron of Inverbervie and Viscount Arbuthuott, in the peerage of Scotland, 
641. 

arms, Azure, a crescent between three mullets, argent. (Crest, A peacock's head, 
couped at the neck, proper. Supporters, Two wyverns, wings elevated, and emitting 
flames. 

Seat, Arbuthnott-honse, Kincardineshire. 





DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

ARBTJTHNOTT, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 
Sth Viscount Arbuthnott, ft.Jan. 16, 1778; succeeded his father, Feb. 27, 1800; m. June 25 
1 805, Margaret, daughter of Walter Ogilvy, Esq. and sister of the Sth Earl of Airlie : 
a. Jan. 10, 1800, having issue, seven sons and six daughters. 

Arden, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Egmont. 
Arden-Hamilton, family name of the Earl of Haddington. 
Ardrossan, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Eglinton. 

ARGYLL, DUKE OF. (CAMPBELL.) Sits as BARON SUNDRIDGE. 

GEORGE DOUGLAS CAMPBELL, K.T. P.C 
LL.D. D.C.L. F.R.S. Sth Duke, Lord 
Lieut of Argyleshire. Born April 30th, 
1823; succeeded his father 1847; was 
Lord Privy Seal, 18535, and 185966; 
Postmaster General, 18558; Chan- 
cellor of St. Andrew's University, 1854 
and 1855; Rector of the University of 
Glasgow, and President of the Royal 

Society of Scotland, 1860 ; President 

Do not forget of the Geological Society 1872, and 

Secretary of State for India 1868 74; 

is Hereditary Sheriff of Argyleshire, Master of the Queen's Household 
in Scotland, and Keeper of Dunstaffnage, Dunoon, and Carrick Castles : 
married (1844) Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 
(late Mistress of the Robes to the Queen), eldest daughter of the 2nd Duke 
of Sutherland, K.G. and has issue, living, 

Sows, John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland, Marquess of Lome, K.T., P.C., 
M.P., b. 1845 ; educated at Eton, at St. Andrew's, and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; ap- 
pointed Captain London Scottish Rifle Volunteers, 1866, and is Lieut. -Col. Commandant 
Argyll and Bute Volunteer Artillery 1869, and Hon. Col. of the 105th Lanarkshire Rifle 
Volunteers. Has sat as M.P. for Argyleshire (L.) since 1868 ; was Private Secretary to 
his father at the India Office 186871 : m. March 21st, 1871, H.R.H. the Princess Louise 
Caroline Alberta, 4th daughter of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. Seat, Dornden, Tun- 
bridge Wells. Town Residence, Kensington Palace, W. Club, Marlborough. 
Archibald, b. 1846, m. 186Q. Walter, b. 1848, m. 1874. George, b. 1850. Colin, b. 1853. 

Daughters, Edith, b. 1849, m. 1868, Earl Percy, M.P. eldest son of the Duke of North, 
umberland. Elizabeth, b. 1852. Victoria, b. 1854. Evelyn, b. 1855. Frances, b. 1858. 
Mary, b. 1859. Constance Harriet, b. 1864. 

Sister living, Emma Augusta, b. 1825, m. 1870 (M'Neill). 

Creations, Baron Campbell, 1445, Earl of Argyll, 1457, Baron Lome, 1475, Duke 
of Argyll, Marquess of Lome and Kintyre, Earl of Campbell and Cowal, Viscount Lochow 
and Glenilla, Baron Inverary, Mull, Morven, and Tiry, 1701, all in the peerage of Scot- 
land. Baron Sundridge and Hamilton, 1776, in the peerage of Great Britain. 

firms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gyronny of eight, or, and sable, Campbell ; 2nd and 3rd, 
argent, a lymphad or ancient galley, sails furled, pennants flying and oars in action, sable, 
Lome. Behind the arms two honourable badges in saltire : 1st, a baton gules, semee of 
thistles, or, ensigned with imperial crowns proper, thereon the crest of Scotland ; 2nd, 
a sword proper, hilt and pommel or. ffirest, A boar's head fessewise, erased or, armed 
argent, langued gules. Supporters, Two lions guardant, gules. 

Seats, Inverary-castle, Inverary, Argyleshire j Roseneath-castle, Dumbartonshire ; 
Macharioch, Argyleshire. 

Town Residence, Argyll-lodge, 4, Campden-hill, Kensington, W. 
Clubs, Athenaeum, Travellers'. 



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ARGYLL, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father, John Douglas 
Edward Henry, 7th Duke of Argyll. He was b~ Dec. 22, 1777, and succeeded his brother, 
Oct. 22, 1839: m. 1st, Aug. 3, 1802, Elizabeth, daughter of W. Campbell, Esq. of Fairneld, 
(she d. 1818, without issue) ; 2ndly, April 17, 1820, Joan, daughter of John Glassel, Esq. of 
Long Niddry, (she d. 1828), and by her had issue two sons and two daughters j 3rdly, 
Jan. 10, 1831, Anne Colquhoun, daughter of John Cunninghame, Esq. and d. April 26, 1847, 
without issue by last marriage. 

Arklow, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Ormonde, 
Arlington, Baron and Earl of, titles borne by the Duke of Grafton. 
Armagh, Earl of, son of the Duke of Cumberland. 
Arran, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 

ARRAN, EARL OF. (GORE.) 

PHILIP YORKE GORE, K.P. 4th Earl, 

in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet, 
son of the Hon. William John Gore, 
who was brother of the 3rd Earl. Born 
Nov. 23rd, 1801; succeeded his uncle 
in 1837 ; was Attache at Stockholm, 
1820, and transferred to Paris, 1825; 
appointed Paid Attache' at Lisbon, 1826, 
and Secretary of Legation to the United 
Provinces of Rio de la Plata, 1827, and 
was Charge d' Affaires there, 18324. Is 
Under this sign thou shait conquer. a D ep Lieut, of the county of Mayo, and 
a Magistrate for that county, Wexford, and Donegal : married (1838) 
Elizabeth Marianne, 2nd daughter of General Sir William F. P. Napier, 
K.C.B. and has issue, living, 

Son, Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox, Viscount Sudley, b. 1839; educated at Eton; 
was Attache' at Hanover, 1859, at Stuttgardt, i860, at Lisbon (May) 1861, at Vienna, 
(August) 186l, and at Paris, 1863; was employed in the Foreign Office in 1864, but 
resigned the same year; appointed a Special Commissioner of Income Tax, 1865: 
TO. 1865, the Hon. Edith Jocelyn, who died 1871, daughter of the late Viscount 
Jocelyn, M.P. and sister of the 4th Earl of Roden, and has issue, Arthur Jocelyn Charles, 
b. 1868. Residence, 16, Hertford-street, Mayfair, W. Clubs, White's, Brooks 's, 
Travellers', St. James's. 

Daughters, Caroline Annesley, b. 1848, TO. 1869, the 8th Baron Ruthven. Elizabeth 
Augusta, b. 1855, Mary Napier, b. 1858. 

Brothers living, Rev. Annesley Henry, 6.1808, m.1865. Charles Alexander, b. 1811, TO. 1845. 

Sisters living, Mary Catherine, m. 18-28, (Lindsay). Emily Jane. 

Creations, Viscount Sudley and Baron Saunders, 1758. Earl of Arran, 1762, all in 

the peerage of Ireland. A Baronet, 1662. 

Slrms, Gules, a fesse between three cross crosslets fitche"e or. Crest, A wolf 

rampant argent, collared gules. Supporters Two horses argent. 

Seat, Castle Gore, (co.) Mayo, Ireland. Town Residence, The Pavilion, Hans- 

place, Sloane- street, W. 

ARRAN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Arthur 
Saunders, 3rd Earl of Arran, A.July, 1761 ; succeeded his father in 1809; ". Dec. 29, 177. 
Mary, daughter of Sir John Tyrell, Bart, of Heron Hall, (she d. 183^) : his lordship d. Jan. 
20, 1837, without issue. 

Arundel, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Norfolk. 




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ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR, BARON. (ARUNDELL.) 

JOHN FRANCIS ARUNDELL, 12th Baron, 
^ n d a Count of the Holy Roman Empire.* 
Born Dec 28th, 1831; succeeded his 
father 1862 ; educated at Stonyhurst ; is a 
Dep. Lieut, of Wiltshire ; formerly Lieut, 
in Prince of Wales's Wiltshire Yeomanry 
(resigned 1869) : married (1862) Anne 
Lucy, daughter of John Erring-ton, Esq. 
of High Warden, Northumberland. 

Brothers living, Everard Aloysius Gonzaga, heir 
presumptive, b. 1V34; educated at Stonyhurst; 
Given bv Goc * s in holy orders in the Church of Rome. 

Edward Ignatius, b. 1842. 

Sisters living, Teresa Mary, b. 1840, m. 1st 1861, (Tichborne) ; 2ndly 1873, (Wickham) 
Cecily Mary, b. 1845 (a nun). Gertrude Mary, b. 1848. 

Patron of two livings, (but, being a Roman Catholic, cannot present), Anstey, D. and 
Tisbury, V. Wiltshire. 
Creation, Baron Arundell of Wardour, in the peerage of England, 165. 

Svms, Sable : six hirondelles, three, two, and one, argent. Crrst, A wolf passant' 
argent. Supporters, Dexter, a lion guardant, erminois, ducally crowned, or ; sinister, an 
owl, wings displayed and inverted, ermine, ducally crowned, or. His lordship, as a Count 
of the Holy Roman Empire, bears his arms on the breast of an imperial eagle. 
Seats, Wardour- castle, Tisbury, Wilts ; Lanherne, Cornwall. 
Club, Athenaeum. 

ARUNDELL, Baron. His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry 
Benedict, nth Baron Arundell of Wardour. He was b. Nov. 12, 1804, and succeeded his 
brother, June 21, 1834 : m. 1st, Aug. 8, 1826, Lucy, daughter of Hugo Philip Smythe, Esq. 
of Acton Burnell, (she d. 18-27, without issue) 5 2ndly, Sept. 22, 182Q, Frances, daughter or 
Sir Henry. Tichborne, Bart, (she d. 1836), and by her had issue two sons; 3rdly, June 
10, 1838, the Hon. Theresa Stourton, daughter of the i;th Baron Stourton ; and d. Oct. 
19, 1862, having had issue by his last marriage two sons and three daughters 

ARUNDELL, TERESA, Baroness. daughter of the 17th Baron Stourton, 
b. 1812 ; m. 1838, as his 3rd wife, the llth Baron Arundell of Wardour, 
d. who 1862. 
Residence, Wardour-castle, Tisbury, Wilts. 

Arundell (Monckton- Arundell), surname of Viscount Galway. 



ASHBROOK, 




A mind conscious of rectitude. 



VISCOUNT. (FLOWER.) 

HENRY JEFFREY FLOWER, 6th Viscount, 
in the peerage of Ireland. Born March 
26th, 1829; succeeded his father in 1871 ; 
was formerly an officer in the 52nd Regi- 
ment: married (1860) Emily, eldest 
daughter of the late J. F. Abington, Esq., 
of Esher, Surrey. 

Brothers liring, William Spencer, heir presump- 
tive, b. 1830; educated at Trinity College, Dub- 
lin (B.A. 1851) : m. 1861, Augusta Madeline 
Henrietta, eldest daughter of the late George 
Marton, Esq., of Capernwray Hall, Lancashire. 
Robert Thomas, b. 1836, m. 1866. 



* Every child, male and female, of the Barons Arundell of Wardour is born a Count or 
a Countess of the Holy Roman Empire, by a special patent granted to the 1st Baron 15Q5, 
lor services rendered at the siege of Gran, in Hungary. 



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Sisters living, Maria Sophia, b. 1832, TO. i860, (Blakeney). Fanny Esther, b. 1834, m. 1857, 
(Philips). Caroline Gertrude, b. 1847, m- 1866, (Marton). 

Creation, Baron Castle-Durrow, 1/33, Viscount Ashbrook, 175J, both in the peerage 
of Ireland. 

arms. Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, two chevronels between three ravens, each 
having an ermine spot in its beak, sable ; and between the chevronels, three pellets, 
Flower; 2nd and 3rd, gules, three towers, argent, also Flower. (Crest, A raven, having 
an ermine spot on its beak. Supporters, 'fwo tigers reguardant, proper, ducally collared 
and chained, or. 

Seat, Castle Durrow, Burrow, Queen's County, Ireland. 

ASHBROOK, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry, 
5th Viscount Ashbrook. He wasV June 17, 1806, and succeeded his father in 1847 ; was 
a Dep. Lieut, of Kilkenny and Queen's Counties; m. 1828, Frances, daughter of the Rev. 
Sir John Robinson, 1st Bart.; and d. 1871, leaving issue three sons and three daughters. 

ASHBROOK, EMILY THEOPHILA, Viscountess, daughter of Sir T. Metcalfe, 
1st Bart. b. 1790; m. 1812, as his 2nd wife, the 4th Viscount Ashbrook, 
who d. 1847. 
Residence, 26, Queen' s-gate-terrace, Hyde Park, S.W. 

ASHBROOK, Dowager Viscountess, FRANCES, 9th daughter of the Rev. 
Sir John Robinson, 1st Bart.; m. 1828, the 5th Viscount Ashbrook, 
who d. 1871. 
Residence, 



ASHBURNHAM, EARL OF. (ASHBTJRNHAM.) 

BERTRAM ASHBURNHAM, 4th Earl. 
Born Nov. 23rd, 1797; succeeded his 
father in 1830: married (1840) Lady 
Catherine Charlotte Baillie, sister of the 
10th Earl of Haddington, and has issue, 
living, 

Sows, Bertram, Viscount St. Asaph, b. 1840; is a 
Dep.- Lieut, of Breconshire. Residence, 9 A, 
Albany, Piccadilly. Clubs, St. James's, 
Travellers', White's. 

John b. 1845. William, b. 1847. Rev. Richard, 
b. 1843. Thomas, b. 1855. George, b. 1863. 
Daughters, Catherine, b. 1841, in. 1874 (Banner- 
man). Margaret, b. 1851. Mary, b. 1859. 




The king and the state. 



Brother living, Percy, b. 1799, m. 1838. 

Sisters living, '\ heodosia Julia, b. 1802. Georgiana Jemima, b. 1805, m. 1st, 1828 
(Mitford); 2ndly, 1842 (Molyneux). Jane Henrietta, b. 18(19, m. 1836, (Swinburne). 
Eleanor Isabel Briclet, b. 1814, m. 1844, (Wodehouse). Mary Agnes Blanche, b. 1816, 
tn. 1839, Sir Henry Percy Gordon, 2nd Bart. 

Patron of eight livings, Pembrey, V. with Llandary, C. Carmarthenshire. Ashburn.. 
ham, V. with- Penhurst, R. Catsfleld, R. Dallington, V. Sussex. Llanelieu, R. Brecknock, 
shire. Badley, V. Barking with Darmsden, R. Combs, R. Suffolk. 

Creations, Baron Ashbnrnham, 1689, Viscount St. Asaph, 1730, Earl of Ashburn- 
ham, 1730 all in the peerage of Great Britain. 

Slrms, Gules : a fesse between six mullets, argent. GTitst, Out of a ducal coronet, or, 
an ash-tree, proper. Supporters, Two greyhounds, sable, the face, breast, belly, and feet, 
argent, collared and lined, or. 

Seats, Ashburnham-place, Battle, Sussex; Barking-hall, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Town Residence, Ashburnham-house, 30, Dover-street, W. 



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ASHBURNHAM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
George, 3rd Earl of Ashburnham, K.G. He was b. Dec. 25, 1760, and succeeded his father 
April 16, 1812, having been previously summoned to Parliament in his father's barony of 
Ashburnham: m. 1st, Aug. 28, 1784, Lady Sophia Thynne, daughter of the 1st Marquess 
of Bath, K.G. (she d. 1791), having had issue two sons and two daughters ; 2ndly, July 25, 
1795, Lady Charlotte Percy, daughter of the 1st Earl of Beverley, and by her had issue six 
sons and seven daughters ; and d. Oct. 27, 1830. Her ladyship d. 1862. 



ASHBURTON, BARON. (BARING.) 

ALEXANDER HUGH BARING, 4th Baron. 
Born May 4th, 1835 ; succeeded his 
father in 1 868 ; educated at Harrow, and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1857, 
M.A. 1861) ; sat as M.P. for Thetford, 1857 
67, when he accepted "the Stewardship 
of the Chiltern Hundreds ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Norfolk : 
married (1864) the Hon. Leonora Caroline 
Digby, 4th daughter of the 9th Baron 
Digby, and has issue, living, 




Another, b. 1873. 
Daughter, b. 1874. 

Sister living, Mary Louisa Anne, m. 1858, the 6th Duke of Grafton. 

Patron of ten livings, St. James's, Berwick, V. Alcannings with Etchilhampton, 
R. Winterbourne Stoke, V. Wiltshire. Brown Candover with Chilton Candover, R. 
Itchenstoke, V. with Abbotston, R. Swarrington, R. with North ington, C. Woodmancott, 
V. Hampshire. Buckenham Parva, R., and, with Lord Berners, Langford, R. Norfolk. 

Creation, Baron Ashburton, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1835. 

arms, Azure : a fesse, or, in chief a bear's head, proper, muzzled and ringed, of 
the second. Crest, A mullet, erminois, between two wings, argent. Supporters, On 
either side a bear, proper, muzzled, collared, and chained, or, charged on the shoulder 
with a cross patee fitchee of the last. 

Seats, The Grange, near Alresford, Hampshire : Buckenham Park, Brandon, Norfolk. 
Town Residence, Bath-house, 82, Piccadilly, W. 
C/w&s, Travellers', White's. 

ASHBURTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Francis, 
3rd Baron Ashburton. He was A. May 20, 1800, and succeeded his brother, Mar. 13, 1864; 
was M.P. for Thetford, 183241 and 184857 ; m. Jan. Qth, 1833, Claire Hortense, daugh- 
ter of the Duke de Bassano ; and d, Sept. 6, 1868, having had issue two sous and one 
daughter. 

ASHBURTON, Dowager Baroness, CLAIRE HORTENSE, daughter of the 
Duke de Bassano; m. 1833, the 3rd Baron Ashburton, who d. 1868. 
Residence, 

ASHBURTON, LOUISA CAROLINE, Baroness, daughter of the Right Hon. 
J. S. Mackenzie ; m. 1858, as his 2nd wife, the 2nd Baron Ashburton, 
who d. 1864. 

Seats, Lochinchart-lodge, Dingwall, N.B.; Addiscombe- farm, Croydon, Surrey. 

Town Residence, 6, Great Stanhope-street, Mayfair. 



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Ashford, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Albemarle. 
Ashley, family name of the Earl of Shaftesbury. 
Ashley, Lord, son of the Earl of Shaftesbury. (see Shaftesbury.) 
Ashley-Cooper, surname of the Earl of Shaftesbury. 




ASHTOWN, BARON. (TRENCH.) 

FREDERICK MASON TRENCH, 2nd Baron, 
in the peerage of Ireland, son of Francis 
Trench, Esq. brother of the 1st Baron. 
Born Dec. 25th, 1804; succeeded his 
uncle in 1840; educated at Cambridge; 
is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for co. 
Galway: married, 1st (1831) Henrietta 
who died 1845, daughter of T. P Cosby, 
Esq. of Stradbally-hall, Queen's County ; 
2ndly (1852), Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of 
R. 0. Gascoigne, Esq. of Parlington, 
Yorkshire, and has issue living by first 
Fortune is the companion of virtue, marriage, 

Sons, Frederick Sidney Charles, b. 1839 ; educated at Eton and at Oxford; is a Magistrate 
for King's co. and for co. Tipperary : m. 1867, Lady Anne le Poer Trench, daughter of 
the 3rd Earl of Clancarty, and has with other issue, Frederick Oliver Trench, b. 1868. 
Residence, Sopwell-hall, Tipperary. Club, Carlton. 
Cosby Godolphin, b. 1844, m. 1873. 

Daughter. Henrietta Mary, b. 1835. 
Brother living, Charles James, b, 1806. 

Sisters living, Frances Mary, b. 180Q, m. 1832, (Trench). Harriet Rose, b, 1813, m. 1853, 
(Whalley). 

Patron of one living, Saxton, V. Yorkshire. 

Creation, Baron Ashtown, of Moate, Galway, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800. 

firms, Argent : a lion passant, gules, between three fleurs-de-lis, azure, on a chief of 
the last a sun in splendour, or. Crest, A dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand grasp- 
ing a scimitar, all proper. Supporters. Dexter, a lion, gules, semee of fleurs-de-lis, and 
ducally crowned, or j sinister, a stag, proper, ducally collared and chained, or. 

Seats, Woodlawn, co. Galway; Clonodfoy, co. Limerick, Ireland; Lotherton, Sher- 
burn, Yorkshire. 

ASHTOWN, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Frederick 
1st Baron Ashtown. He was A. 1755, and was in 1800 created Baron Ashtown, with 
remainder to the heirs-male of his father ; was for a considerable period member for 
Portarlington in the Irish National Parliament: m. May 25, 1785, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Robert Robinson, M.D. His lordship d. May 1, 1840, without issue. Her ladyship sur- 
vived him four years. 



Astley, family name of Baron Hastings. 



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ATHLUMNEY, BARON. (SOMERVILLE.) Sits as BARON MEREDYTH. 

JAMES HERBERT GUSTAVUS MEREDYTH 
SOMERVILLE, 2nd Baron, and a Baronet. 
Born March 23rd, 1865; succeeded his 
father 1873. 

Sisters living, Mary Anne Blanche, b. 186 1. 
Georgiana Alice Lizzie, b. 1862. Cecilia Louisa, 
b. 1866. Florence Emily Frances, b. 1869. 

Half-sister living, Elizabeth Jane, m. 1856, the 
3rd Earl of Charlemont, K.P. 

Creations, Baron Athlumney, in the peerage 
of Ireland, 1863. Baron Meredyth, in the peerage 
Fear God as long as thou shalt live. of the United Kingdom, 1866. A Baronet, 1748. 

Slrms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, three mullets, or, two and one between seven, 
cross crosslets titchee, argent, three and one, and two and one for SomerrUle. 2nd, Ar- 
gent, a chevron, sable, netween three Cornish choughs, proper, for Warburton. 3rd, 
Argent, a lion rampant, sable, gorged with a collar and chain affixed and reflexed over the 
back, or, for Meredith. Crrst, a demi-lion rampant, gules, charged on the shoulder with. 
a cross crosslet ntchee, and two mullets, argwnt. Sttpportm, Dexter, a greyhound, 
proper, collared, gules, and charged on the shoulder with a mullet, and two cross crosslets 
fitche"e, sable ; sinister, a lion rampant, sable, collared and chained, or, charged on the. 
shoulder with a cross crosslet fitchee, and two mullets, argent. 

Seat, Somerville, Navan, (co.) Meath, Ireland. 

ATHLUMNEY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
Meredyth Athlumney, P.C., 1st Baron, and a Baronet, son of Sir Marcus Somerville, Bart. 
He was b. 1802. Educated at Harrow. Was Paid Attache at Berlin 182932. Sat as M.P. 
for Drogheda 1837 52, and for Canterbury 1854 65, unsuccessfuly contested Drogheda 
1835 and Canterbury 1852. Was Under Secretary for the Home Department 18467, and 
Chief Secretary for Ireland 184752, and a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Meath. Created 
an Irish peer 1863, and a peer of the United Kingdom 1866. Married 1st, 1832, Lady Harriet 
Maria Conyngham who d. 1843 daughter of the 1st Marquess of Conyngham; and 2ndly, 
Io60, Maria Georgina Elizabeth, daughter of Herbert George Jones, Serjeant-at-law; he 
u. Dec. 18/3, leaving issue one son and five daughters. 

ATHLUMNEY, Baroness, MARIA GEORGINA ELIZABETH, daughter of 
the late Herbert George Jones, Serjeant-at-law ; m. 1860, as his 2nd wife, 
the 1st Baron Athlumney, who d. Dec. 1873. 
Residence, Somerville, Navan, co. Meath, Ireland. 



ATHOLE, DUKE OF. (MURRAY.) Sits as EARL STRANGE. 

JOHN JAMES HUGH HENRY STEWART 
MURRAY, K.T. 7th Duke. Born Aug. 6th, 
1840; succeeded his father in 1864; 
educated at Eton ; appointed Ensign and 
Lieut. Scots Fusilier Guards in 1859, 
became Lieut, and Capt. 1864, retired 
1866; is Hereditary Sheriff of Perthshire, 
and a Dep. Lieut, of that county: married 
(1863) Louisa, daughter of Sir Thomas 
Moncreiffe, 7th Bart, and has issue, living, 
Sons, John George, Marquess of Tullibardine, 
b. 1871. George, b. 1873. 

Daughters, Dorothea Louisa, b. 1866. Helen, b. 1867. Evelyn, b, 1868. 




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Creations, Baron Murray, 1604, Earl of Tullibardine, Baron Cask, and Baron Balqu- 
hidder, 1606, Karl of Athole, 1629, Marquess of Athole, Viscount Balquhidder, and Baron 
Balvenie, 1676, Duke of Athole, Marquess of Tullibardine, Earl of Strathtay, Earl of 
Strathardle, Viscount Glenalmond, and Viscount Glenlyon, 1703, all in the peerage of 
Scotland. Baron Lucy, 1414, Baron Poynings, Fitz-Payne and Bryan, 1446, Baron 
Latimer; 15D7. Baron Stranse, 1628, Baron Percy, 1722, Earl Strange, and Baron Murray 
of Stanley, l"86, in the peerage of Great Britain. Baron Glenlyon, ~1821, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st grand quarter, 1st and 4th, paly of six, or and sable, Athole; 
2nd and 3rd, or, a fesse, cheeky, azure and argent, Stewart : 2nd grand quarter, azure, 
three mullets, argent, within a double tressure flory counterflory, or, Murray; 3rd grand 
quarter, 1st, argent, on a bend, azure, three bucks' heads cabossed, or, Stanley; 2nd, 
gules, three legs in armour, proper, garnished and spurred, or, conjoined in triangle at the 
upper part of the thigh, for the Isle^of Man, as Lord thereof; 3rd, or, on a chief indented, 
azure, three plates, Latham ; 4th, gules, two lions, passant, in pale, argent, Strange : 
4th grand quarter. 1st and 4th, or, a lion rampant, azure ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, five fusils in 
fesse, or, both for Percy. Crest, a semi- savage wreathed about the temples and waist, his 
arms extended, and holding in the right hand a sword, and in the left a key, all proper. 
.Supporters, Dexter, a savage, proper, wreathed about the temples and loins, his feet in 
fetters, the chain held in his right hand ; sinister, a lion, gules, gorged with a plain col- 
lar, azure, charged with three mullets, argent. 

Seat, Blah-- castle, Blair Athole, Perthshire, N.B. 

Town Address, 84, Eaton-place, S.W. C/wis, Carlton, Guards', White's. 

ATHOLE, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father, George 
Augustus Frederick John, K.T. 6th Duke of Athole. He was b. Sept. 20, 1814, and suc- 
ceeded his uncle, Sept. 14, 1846, having previously inherited the Barony of Glenlyon from 
his father in 183/ ; was Hereditary Sheriff of Perthshire : m. Oct. 29, 1839, Anne, daughter 
of the late Henry Home Drummond, Esq., of Blair Drummorid; and d, Jan. 16, 1864, 
having had issue an only son. 

ATHOLE, Dowager Duchess of, ANNE, daughter of the late Henry Home 
Druimnond, Esq. of Blair Drummond, Perthshire: m. 1839, the 6th 
Duke of Athole, K.T. who d. 1804. 

Residence, Dunkeld, Perthshire, N.B. 

Town Address, St. George's Hotel, Albemarle-street, W. 

Atlay, surname of the Bishop of Hereford. 

AUCKLAND, BARON. (EDEN.) 

WILLIAM GEORGE EDEN, 4th Baron. 
Born Jan. 19th, 1829; succeeded his 
father 1870; educated at Rugby; was 
Attache to the British Legation at Stock-? 
holm 184752, Paid Attache at Washing- 
ton for a short time 1852, at Brussels 
18523, at Stuttgardt 18534, t/ Stock- 
holm 18548, and at Frankfort 18589, 
Secretary of Legation at Stuttgardt 1859, 
Charge d' Affaires there the same year, and 
Resident Charge d' Affaires at Carlsruhe 
If there be but prudence. 1859 61, when he retired: married 

(1857) Lucy Walbanke, who died 1870, 

daughter of John Walbanke Childers, Esq., and has issue, living, 
Snns, William Morton, b. 1859. George, b. 1861. Francis Fleetwood, i.1865. 
I) '(lighters, Dulcibella, b. I860. Agnes, b. 1862. Mary, b. 1867. 




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His lordship married 2ndly (1872), Lady Mabel Emily Finch-Hatton, 
who died 1872, daughter of the llth Earl of Winchilsea; 3rdly (1875), 
Edith, youngest daughter of the late Sir William Eden, 6th Bart. 
Brothers living, Ashley, C.S.I., b. 1831, m. 18 .Robert Henley Shawe, *. 1840, m. 1862. 
Sisters living, Eleanor, b. 182o. Emily Dulcibella, b. 1832, m. 1861, (Dickinson). Emma 
Mary, b. 1833, m. 1856, (Paget). Florence Selina, b. 1835. Maria Harriet, b. 1836.. 

Creations, Baron Auckland, in the peerage of Ireland, 1789. Baron Auckland of 
West Auckland, Durham, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1793. 

xlrmg, Gules : on a chevron, argent, between three garbs, or, banded, vert, as many 
escallops, sable. <E"re8t, A dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping a garb, or, 
the upper part of the arm encircled by an annulet, gules. jjiupportfrs, Defter, a horse 
guardant, argent, charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lis, or; sinister, ahorse, argent, 
charged on the breast with a tower, or. 



Residence, Edenthorpe, Doncaster. 

Town Residence, 34, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, S.W. 



Club, Travellers'. 



AUCKLAND, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, the Right 
Pev. Robert John, 3rd Baron Auckland. He was b. July 10th, 1779, and succeeded 
his brother 1849; educated at Eton and at Magdalen College, Cambridge, (M.A. 1819, 
D.D. 1847) ; was Rector of Eyam, Derbyshire, 18235, and of Hertingfordbury, Hertford- 
shire, 182535. Vicar of Battersea 18357, Chaplain to King William IV. 18317, Chaplain 
to H.M. the Queen 1837 47, Bishop of Sodor and Man 184" 54, and Bishop of Bath and 
Wells 185469, when he resigned: m. 1825 Mary, eldest daughter of Francis Edward 
Hurt, Esq., of Alderwasley, Derbyshire, and died 1870, leaving issue three sons and five 
daughters. 

AUDLEY, BARONY OF, see " Peerages in Abeyance." 

AUDLEY, Baroness, MARGARET ANNE, widow of the late James William 
Smith, Esq., of 15, Gloucester-square, Hyde-park, and sister of the Rev. 
Thomas Dawson Hudson, of Frogmore-hall, Hertfordshire : m. 1868, 
the 20th Baron Audley (title in abeyance), who d. 1872. 
Residence, 15, Gloucester-square, Hyde-park, W. 



AY ELAND, BARON. (HEATHCOTE-DRTJMMOND-WILLOUGHBY.) 

GILBERT HENRY HEATHCOTE-DRUM- 
MOND-WiLLOUGHBY, 2nd Baron, and a 
Baronet. Born 1830 ; succeeded his fa- 
ther 1867 ; educated at Harrow, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Lincolnshire 
and Rutland ; appointed in 1871 to ex- 
ercise the office of Lord Great Cham- 
berlain of England, as Deputy for his 
mother, the Baroness Willoughby 
De Eresby, who, in 1872, assumed for 
Loyalty binds me. herself and children by royal license the 

additional surnames of Willoughby and Drummond. Was M.P. for Boston, 
18526, and for Rutland, 185667. Married (1863) Lady Evelyn Eliza- 
beth Gordon, second daughter of the 10th Marquess of Huntly, and has 
issue, living, 

Son*, Gilbert, b. 1867. Charles StAthavon, b. 1870. Cland, b. 1872 

Daughters, Evelyn Clementina, b. 1864. Margaret Mary, b. 1866. Nina, b. 1869. 
Cecilie, b. 1874. 




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Sisters living, Clementina Charlotte, b, 1833, m. 1869, (Tryon). Elizabeth Sophia, b. 1838. 

Patron of eight livings, Coningsby, R. Lavington cum Hanby, V. Dorrington, V. 
Langtoft, V. Walcot, V. Rippingale, R. Lincolnshire. Stretton, R. Normantoii, R. 
Pilton, R. Rutland. 

Creation, Baron Aveland of Aveland, Lincolnshire, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1856. A Baronet, 173-2. 

3rins, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, or, fretty azure, Willoughby -, 2nd, or, three bars wavy 
gules, Drummond ; 3rd, ermine, three pomeys, vert two and one, each charged with a 
cross, or, Heathcotc. ffircsts, 1st, the bust of a man couped and affronte, proper, ducally 
crowned or, Willoughby ; 2nd, on a mural crown azure, a pomey as in the arms, between 
two wings displayed ermine ; 3rd, on a ducal coronet, a talbot statant, collared, and line 
tied in a knot over the back, gules, Druinmond. 5-upportnrs, On either side ahorse sable, 
gorged with a ducal crown, and charged on the shoulder with a horse-shoe or. 

Stats, Normanton-park, Stamford; Stocken-Hall, Oakham ; and Bulby-house, 
Bourn, Lincolnshire. Town Residence, 12, Belgrave-square, S.W. 
CYwds, Travellers', White's. 

AVELAND, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Gilbert 
John, 1st Baron Aveland. He was d. 17>>>5; was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of 
Lincolnshire; sat as M.P. for Boston, 18-2031, for South Lincolnshire, 183241, and for 
Rutland, 184151: m. 1S27, the Hon. Clementina Elizabeth Drummond, eldest daughter 
of the igth Baron Willoughby De Eresby, and d. Sept. 6, 1867, having had issue one son 
and two daughters. 

AVELAND, Dowager Lady, see BARONESS WILLOUGHBY DE ERESBY. 
Avon, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 

AVONMORE, VISCOUNT. (YELVERTON.) 

WILLIAM CHARLES YELVERTON, 4th 
Viscount, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
Sept. 27th, 1824; succeeded his father 
1870: educated at the Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich ; entered the Royal 
Artillery 1843, became Lieut. 1844, Capt. 
1850, and Brevet Major for service on 
the Field 1854, placed on half-pay 1861; 
served in New Zealand 1845 8, also in 
the Eastern campaign 1854 5, including 
the battle of Inkermann and the siege of 
They will rise again. Sebastopol; has the New Zealand medal, 

the Crimean Medal and two clasps, the 

Turkish War Medal, and 5th class order of the Medjidie: married (1858) 
Emily Marianne, daughter of the late Major-Gen. Sir Charles Ashworth, 
K.C.B., and widow of Professor Forbes, F.R.S., and has issue, living, 
SHHN, Barry Nugent, b. 1859. William Algernon, o. 1866. 
Sisters />>;/>-, Letitia, *. 1823. Louisa Elizabeth, b. 1827, m. 1873 (Hultzsch). Anna, 

b. 1833, in. 18f>9 (Walker). Maletta, b. 1839, m. 1868 (Vandeleur). 

Half-Sisters living, Sydney Eloisa, 6.1817, m. 1839, (Goring). Adelaide Matilda, 6.1821. 
m. I860, (Lyons,. 

Creations, Baron Yelverton, 1795. Viscount Avonmore, 1800, both in the peerage of 
Ireland. 

arms, Argent, three lions rampant, and a chief, gules. (Trc<3t, A lion passant re- 
guardant, gules. Supporters, Two lions rcguardant, guk-s. 

S,-n IN, \lc\\c Isle, Roscrea, co. Tipperary ; Hazle Rock, Westport, co. Mayo, Ireland, 
Club, Junior United Service, v 

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AVONMORE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Barry John, 3rd Viscount Avonmore. He was b. Feb. 21, 1/90, and succeeded his father, 
1814: m. 1st, 1811, Jane, who d. 1821, daughcer of Thomas Boothe, Esq., and 2ndly, 
1822, Cecilia, daughter of Charles O'Keeffe, Esq., and d. Oct. 1870, leaving issue two 
daughters by first marriage, and one son and four daughters by second marriage. 

AVONMORE, CECILIA, Viscountess, daughter of Charles O'Keeffe, Esq., 
of Hollybrook-park, Dublin ; m. as his 2nd wife the 3rd Viscount Avon- 
more, who d. 1870. 
Residence, Dublin. 



AYLESFORD, EARL OF. (FINCH.) 

HENEAGE FINCH, 7th Earl. Born Feb- 
21st, 1849 ; succeeded his father in 1871 ; 
educated at Eton ; is a Dep. Lieut, of War- 
wickshire, and Capt. in the Warwickshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry: married (1871) Edith, 
3rd daughter of Lieut.-Col. Peers Wil- 
liams, of Temple House, Great Marlow, 
who was M.P. for Great Marlow 182068. 

Brothers living, Charles Wig-htwick, fieir pre- 
sumptive, b. 1851 ; appointed Lieut. 1st Stafford- 
shire Militia, 1872 : m. 1873, Hon. Georgiana 

_ Agnes Bagot, who d. 1874, eldest daughter 

To a.. .,, w,U uuretterel. heB, Ba g ot.-D M ,iel Harry, t. ,a 




Sister living AnneFrancesca Wilhelmine, b. 1853, m. 1875 (Murray). 

Patron of seven livings, Ashby Magna, V. Sax elby, R. Leicestershire. Bedworth, R. 
Bickenhill, V. Meriden, V. Great Packington, V. with Little Packiugton, R. Warwickshire, 
Ditton, R. Kent. 

Creations, Baron Guernsey, 1703, Earl of Aylesford, 1714, both in the peerage of 
Great Britain. 

9rms, Argent, a chevron between three griffins passant, sable. (Trcst, A griffin pas- 
sant, sable. Supporters, Dexter, a griffin, sable, ducally gorged, or; sinister, a lion, or, 
ducally gorged, azure. 

Seats, Aylesford,. Maidstone, Kent; Packington- hall, Coventry. 
Club, Carlton. 

AYLESFORD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Heneage, 
6th Earl of Aylesford. He was b. Dec. 24, 1824, and succeeded his father Jan. 3, 1859; 
educated at Eton; sat as M.P. for South Warwickshire 184957; was a Dep. Lieut, of 
Warwickshire; m. 1846, Anne Wightwick, only child of John W. Knightley, Esq., of 
Offchurch, Warwickshire; and d. Jan. 1871, leaving issue four sons and one daughter. 



AYLESFORD, Dowager Countess of, ANNE WIGHTWICK, only child of 
the late John W. Knightley, Esq., of Offchurch, Warwickshire; m. 1846, 
the 6th Earl of .Aylesford, who d. Jan. 1871. 
Residence, The Bury, near Leamington. 



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AYLMER, 




BAROX. (AYLMER.) 

UDOLPHUS ATLMER, 7th Baron, in the 
peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet, son of 
Capt. John Aylmer, R.N. and great- 
grandson of the 2nd Baron. Born June 
10th, 1814 ; succeeded his cousin in 1858 ; 
is a Col. in the Canadian Militia : married 
(1841) Mary Eliza, the 3rd daughter of 
Edward Journeaux, Esq. of Melbourne, 
East Canada, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Matthew, b. 1842: appointed Ensign in the 7th Foot, 1864, became Lieut. 1869, 
retired 1870. Henry, b. 1843, m. 1870. Frederick Whitworth, b. 1850. 

Daughters, Isabella, b. 1845, m. 1872 (Aylmer ) .Eliza Jane, b, 1855. 

Brother living, Henry, b. 1816, m. 1845. 

Sister living, Caroline Amelia Sophia, b. 1820, m. 1850, (Lloyd). 

Creations. Baron Aylmer, of Balrath, co. Meath, in the peerage of Ireland, 1718. A 
Baronet, 1662. 

3rms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, argent, a bend, sable, and in chief a garb, gules, 
Whitworth', 2nd and 3rd, argent, across, sable, between four Cornish choughs, proper, 
Aylmer. CrfSt, 1st, out of a ducal coronet, or, a garb, gules, Whitworth -, 2nd, out of a 
ducal coronet, or, a demi-Cornish chough rising, proper, Aylmer. Supporters, Two sailors 
habited proper, the dexter holding in his exterior hand a forestaff, and the sinister a 
leadline. 

Residence, Melbourne, East Canada. 



AYLMER, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, Frederick 
William, K.C.B, 6th Baron, b. Oct. 12, 1777; succeeded his brother, Feb. 23, 1850; he was 
an Admiral in the Navy, and greatly distinguished on foreign service ; he d. unmarried, 
March 5, 1858. 



Ayr, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 



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Badenocli Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Huntly. 




Possessing antiquity. 



BAGOT, BARON. (BAGOT.) 

WILLIAM BAGOT, 3rd Baron, and a 
Baronet. Born March 27th, 1811 ; suc- 
ceeded his father 1856; educated at the 
Charterhouse, at Eton, and at Magdalen 
College, Cambridge ; was for some time 
a Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince 
Consort, and a Lord in Waiting, and a 
Lord of the Bedchamber to the Queen, 
1866 8 ; to which oifice he was re- 
appointed 1874. Sat as M.P. for 
Denbighshire, 183552; is Hon. Col. 
of the Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 
and a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Staffordshire: married (1851) the Hon. Lucia Caroline Elizabeth 
Agar-Ellis, eldest daughter of the 1st Baron Dover, and sister of the 3rd 
Yiscount Clifden, and has issue, living, 

Sons, William, b. 1857} is Sub-Lieut, in the Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Walter 
Lewis, *. 1864. 

Daughters. Louisa, b. 1853. Constance, b. 1855, Katherine Jane, b. 1859. Elizabeth 
Sophia Lucia, b. 1861. 

Brothers living, The Rev. Hervey Charles, b. 1812, m. 1873. Alfred Walter, b. 1816. 
Sisters living, Agnes, b. 1809, m. 1828, (Lane). Eleanor, b. 1814. 
Patron of two livings, Blithfield, R. Leigh, R. Staffordshire. 

Creations, Baro a Bagot, of Bagot's Bromley, Stafford, Great Britain, 1780. A 
Baronet, 1627. 

Qrms, Ermine, tvvo chevronels, aznre. (Trcst, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a goat's 
head, argent, armed, gold. Suppcrta'S Two goats, argent, armed and bearded, or. 

Seats, Blithfield-house, Rugeley, Staffordshire} Pool-park, Ruthin, Denbighshire. 
, Travellers', White's, 



BAGOT, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William, LL.D. 
2nd Baron Bagot. He was b. Sept. 11, 17/3, and succeeded his father, Oct. 22, 1798,; 
was distinguished by his scientific attainments, and was a member of most of the learned 
societies of his day : m. 1st, May 30th, 1799, the Hon. Emily Fitzroy, daughter of the 1st 
Baron Southampton, (she d. 1800), and by her had issue an only daughter; 2ndly, Feb. 17, 
1807, Lady Louisa Legge, daughter of the 3rd Earl of Dartmouth, (she d. 18l6) ; he d. 
Feb. 12, 1856, having had issue, from his last marriage, three sons and four daughters. 



Baillie-Hamilton, family name of the late Earl of Haddington. 
Baillie-Arden-Hamilton, family name of the Earl of Haddington. 



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Balcarres. Earl, title borne by the Earl of Crawford. 



BALFOUR OF BURLEIGH, BARON, (BRUCE.) 

We have been. ALEXANDER HUGH BRUCE, 6th Baron, 

in the peerage of Scotland, only son of 
the late Robert Bruce, Esq. of Kennet, 
Vice Lieut, of Clackmannanshire, by his 
2nd wife, Jane Hamilton, daughter of the 
late Sir James Fergusson, of Kilkerran, 
Ayrshire. Born Jan. 13th, 1849; educated 
at Eton, and at Oriel College, Oxford 
(M.A. 1874) ; late Lieut, in the Ayrshire 
and Wigtonshire Militia: is a Magistrate 
and a Dep. Lieut, of Clackmannanshire, 

_ _ ^ Perthshire, and Stirlingshire, and Capt. in 

Tvery land is the home of a brave * h Stirling, Dumbarton, Clackmannan, 
man. and Kinross Militia. 

Sister living, Henrietta Amie (raised to the rank of a Baron's daughter 1870), m. 18/4, 
C. H. Hamilton, Esq. 

Creation, Baron Balfour of Burleigh, in the peerage of Scotland, 1607.* 




Quarterly: 1st and 4th, or, a saltire and chief, gules, Bruce; 2nd and 3rd 
argent, on a chevron, sable, an otter's head erased, of the field, Balfour. (Crest, 1st, on a 
wreath a dexter arm in fesse, embowed, in armour, couped at the shoulder, the hand 
holding a sceptre in bend sinister, or, Bruce ; 2nd, on a wreath upon a rock a mermaid, 
holding in the dexter hand an otter's head, erased at the neck, and in the sinister hand a 
a swan's head, also erased, all proper, Balfour. jjupportm! Dexter, an otter, proper j 
Sinister, a swan close, also proper. 

Seat, Kennet, Clackmannanshire, N.B. Clubs, Carlton, St', Stephen's. 



Balgonie, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Leven and Melville. 
Balinhard, Baron, title of tlie Earl of Southesk, on the Eoll of H.L. 
Ballinbriech, Baroness, title borne by the Countess of Bothes. 
Balniell, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Crawford and Balcanes. 
Baltinglass, Baron, Earl of Aldborough. 

Balquhidder, Baron and Viscount, titles borne by the Duke of Athole. 

* This title, created by James I. in 1607, was forfeited by attainder in 1716, shortly after 
the first rebellion in Scotland, and restored to the present Baron Balfour in I860, as lineal 
descendant of Mary, daughter of Robert, fourth Lord, by her marriage with his ancestor, 
Major Alexander Bruce of Kennet ; a special Act of Parliament having been passed to 
reverse the attainder. 



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Balvaird, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Mansfield. 
Balvenie, Baron, Duke of Athole. 

Balwearie, Baron, Earl of Eeven and Melville. 
Bampfylde, family name of Baron Poltimore. 
Bandini, ,, the Countess of Newburgh. 




Proved virtue will flourish 



BANDON, EARL OF. (BERNARD.) 

FRANCIS BERNARD, D.C.L. 3rd Earl, in 
the peerage of Ireland, a Representative 
Peer for Ireland ; Lord Lieut, and Gustos 
Rotulorum of the county and city of Cork. 
Born Jan. 3rd, 1810 ; succeeded his father 
1856; educated at Eton, and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, (B.A. 1830; M.A. 1834; 
D.C.L. 1864); was M.P. for Bandon, 
1^84256, and Col. of the Royal Cork 
City Artillery Militia: married (1832) 
Catherine Mary, who died 1873, eldest 
daughter of Thomas Whitmore, Esq., of 
Apley Park, Shropshire, and has issue, 
living, 

Son, James Francis, Viscount Bernard, b. 1850 ; educated at Eton ; is a Capt. in the Royal 
Cork City Artillery, and a Magistrate for co. Cork. Appointed to the staff of the Duke of 
Abercorn, Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1874 ; was High Sheriff of co. Cork 1875. Unsuccess- 
fully contested Bandon (C.) 18/4. 

Daughters, Mary Catherine Henrietta, b. 1837, m. 1863, (Aldworth). Louisa Albinia, 
b. 1841. Charlotte Esther Emily, b. 1843. Emma Harriet, b. 1844. Adelaide Mary Lucy, 
b. 1846, m. 1873 (Peirse). Kathleen Frances, b, 1853. 

Brothers living, The Right Rev. Charles Brodrick, D.D. (Lord Bishop of Tuam, See 
Bishops) ; b. 1811, in. 1843. Henry Boyle, b. 1812, m. 1848. 

Sister living, Catherine Henrietta, b. 1813. 

Creations, Baron Bandon, 17Q3, Viscount, 1/95, Viscount and Earl, Irish peerage, 1800. 

&rms, On a bend azure three escallops of the field. (Errst, A demi-lion argent folding 
a snake proper. Supporters Dexter, a stag argent, attired, unguled, ducally collared and 
chained or; sinister, a unicorn argent, armed, unguled, crined, tufted, and ducally 
collared and chained or. 

Seats, Castle Bernard, Bandon, co. Cork ; and Durrus Court/Bantry, co. Cork, Ireland. 
Club, Carlton. 

BANDON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, James, 
2nd Earl of Bandon. He was b. June 14th, 1785, and succeeded his father, Nov. 26, 
1830; his lordship was a Representative Peer for Ireland, Lord Lieut, of Cork, and 
Recorder of Bandon; he m. March 13, 1809, Mary Susan Albinia, who d. 1870, 
daughter of the Hon. and Most Rev. Charles Brodrick, D.D., Archbishop of Cashel, 
and sister of Charles, 6th Viscount Midleton; and d. Oct. 31, 1856, having had issue 
three sons and a daughter. 



BANGOR, BISHOP OF, see "Lords Spiritual.*' 



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Salvation beneath the Cross. 



BANGOR, VISCOUNT. (WARD.) 

EDWARD WARD, 4th Vis-rount, in the 
peerage of Ireland, and a Representative 
Peer for Ireland. Born Feb. 23rd, 1827 ; 
succeeded his father 1837 ; educated at 
Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge 
(M.A.) ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for (co.) Down. 

Brothers living, Henry William Ciwbie, heir 
presumptive, 6.1828; was educated at Rugby; 
entered the 43rd Foot, 1846, became Lieut. 
1849, Capt, 1853, and retired, 1854: m. 1st, 
1854, Mary, who died 1869 youngest daughter 
of the late Rev. Henry King, of Hallylin, 
King's co. Ireland; 2ndly, 18/4, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Hugh Eccles, Esq., of 
Cronroe, co. Wicklow, and has, by 1st marriage, with other issue, Edward William 
Henry, b. 1863. Residence, 2, Alma-Terrace, Monkstown, near Dublin. Clubs, Royal 
St. George's Yacht (Kingstown), United Service (Dublin). 

William John, R.N., b. 1829, m, 1875. Bernard Matthew, b. 1831, 1st, m. 1865, 2ndly, 
1873. Somerset Richard Hamilton, b. 1833, m. 1859. 

Creations, Baron Bangor, 1770, Viscount Bangor, 1781, both in the peerage of 
Ireland. 

Slrms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, azure, a cross flory, or, Ward- 2nd and 3rd gules, three 
ciuquefoils, argent, on a chief of the second, a man's heart of the first, Hamilton. (CrfSt, 
A man's head couped at the shoulders affrontee, proper, wreathed about the temples, or 
and azure, and adorned with three ostrich feathers. Supporters, Dexter, a Knight ot 
Malta in complete armour, proper, charged on the breast of his armour with a cross flory, 
gules, his right hand resting on his sword point downwards; sinister, a Moorish prince 
royal robes, and his hands in fetters. 

Seat, Castle Ward, Downpatrick, (co.) Down, Ireland. Club, Carlton. 

BANGOU, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Edward 
Southwell, 3rd Viscount Bangor. He was b. March, 1790, and succeeded his uncle, Sept. 11, 
1827 : tn- Feb. 14, 1826, Harriet Margaret, second daughter of the 6th Lord Farnham, (who 
m. 2ndly, 1841, Major Andrew Nugent) : and d. Aug. 1, 1837, having had issue six sons. 

BANGOR, Viscountess, HARRIET MARGARET MAXWELL, daughter of the 
6th Baron Farnham ; m. 1st, 1826, the 3rd Viscount Bangor, who d. 1837 ; 
2ndly, 1841, Major Andrew Savage Nugent, late 36th Regiment, 3rd son of 
Andrew Savage Nugent, Esq., of Portoferry, co. Down, Ireland. 
Residence, Strangford, co. Down, Ireland. 



BANTRY, EARL OF. (WHITE.) 




WILLIAM HENRY HARE HEDGES WHITE, 
3rd Earl, in the peerage of Ireland, and 
a Representative Peer for Ireland. Born 
Nov. 16th, 1801 ; succeeded his brother 
1868; educated at St. John's College, 
Cambridge ; has been Lieut.-Col. Com- 
mandant of the West Cork Artillery since 
1854; is a Dep. Lieut, of Cork, and 
was High Sheriff of that county, 1848; 
assumed by Royal license the additional 
surname of Hedges, and the arms of 
Hedges and Eyre, 1840: married (1845) 
Jane, youngest daughter of Charles John 



Herbert, Esq. of Muckross-abbey, and has issue, living, 



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Son, William Henry Hare, Viscount Berehaven, b. 1854; educated at Eton. Club 

Kildare Street (Dublin.) 
Daughters, Elizabeth Mary Gore, b. 1847, m. 1874, (Egerton Leigh). Olivia Charlotte, 

b. 1850, in. 1871, (Guinness). Ina Maude, b. 1852. Jane Frances Anna, b. 1857. 
Brother living, Robert Hedges, b. 1810. 

Creations. Baron Bantry, 1797, Viscount Bantry, 180e, Earl of Bantry and Viscount 
Berehaven, 1816, all in the peerage of Ireland. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and -ith, gules, an annulet or, within a bordure sable, charged 
with ten estoiles gold, on a canton ermine, a lion rampant, of the third, White; 2nd and 
3rd, azure, three swans' necks erased, argent, Hedges. (Crest, 1st, on a wreath, a heron 
elose, argent, beaked and legged, or, White; 2nd, on a wreath, a swan's neck erased, 
oroper, Hedges; 3rd, on a chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, a leg in armour, couped at 
the thigh, proper, Eyre. Supporters, Dexter, a man in military officer's uniform, con- 
sisting of red jacket with blue collar and cuffs, and gold epaulettes, a grenadier's cap, 
leather breeches, and high boots, holding in his right hand a light horseman's sword, all 
proper; sinister, a female figure, representing Ireland, habited in a long blue vest, having 
an antique crown on her head, holding a spear in her left hand, and standing in front of a 
harp, all proper. Behind the arms and supporters, military trophies, as flags, cannon- 
balls. &c. 

Seats, Bantry House, Glengariffe Lodge ; Macroona Castle ; and East Ferry ; all in 
co. Cork. 

Town Residence, 38, Lowndes-square, S.W. 

C7w6s, Carlton, United Service, Kildare-street, (Dublin). Royal Yacht, (Cowes.) 

BANTRY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Richard, 
2nd Earl of Bantry. He was b. Nov. 10, 1800 , was a Representative Peer for Ireland, and 
a Dep. Lieut, of Cork : in. Oct. 11, 1836, Lady Mary O'Bryen, 3rd daughter of the 2nd Mar- 
quess of Thomond, (she d. 1853) ; and d. July 16, 1868, without having had issue. 

Barham, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Gainsborough. 
Baring, family name of Barons Ashburton and Northbrook. 
Baring, surname of the Bishop of Durham. 

Barnard, Viscount and Baron, titles borne by the Duke of Cleveland, 
Barnewall, family name of Baron Trimleston. 

BARRINGTON, VISCOUNT. (HARRINGTON.) 

GEORGE WILLIAM BARRINGTON, P.C., 
M.P. 7th Viscount, in the peerage of 
Ireland. Born Feb. 14th, 1824 ; succeeded 
his father 1867 ; educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford; has sat as M.P. 
for Eye (C.) since 1866; was Private 
Secretary to the 14th Earl of Derby, K.G. 
1866 68 ; unsuccessfully contested Buck- 
ingham, 1859, and North Durham, 1865. 
Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for 
Berkshire ; appointed 1874, Vice Cham- 
berlain of Her Majesty's Household : 
married (1846) Isabel Elizabeth, only 
child of John Morritt, Esq. of Rokeby Park, and has issue, living, 
Daughters Constance Mary, b. 1847, m. 1868, (Palk) .Evelyn Laura, b. 1848, m. 1867, 
the 3rd Earl of Craven. Florence, b. 1850. 




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Brothers living, Percy, heir prefnnnptire, b. 1825; educated at Eton; was Ensign in 
the Rifle Brigade 18414, Ensign and Lieut. Scots Fusilier Guards, 18445, Capt. 
Oxfordshire Militia, 1853 7, arid sometime Lieut. -Col. 1st Administrative Battalion 
Bucks Rifle Volunteers; is a Dep. Lieut, and Magistrate for Buckinghamshire, of 
which county he was High Sheriff 1864: m. 1845, Louisa, only daughter of Tully 
Higgins, Esq., and has, with other issue, Walter Bulkeley, b. 1846. Residence, West- 
buiy Manor, Buckingham. C/w6s, Carlton, Travellers'. 
William Augustus Curzon, l>. 1842. Bernard Eric Edward, b. 7847. 
Sisters living, Mary Frances, b. 1830, m. 1S56, (Sartoris), Caroline Susan Augusta, 
b. 1834, m. 1856, the 3rd Earl of Normanton. Augusta Anne, b. 1836. 
Creation, Viscount and Baron Barrington, in the peerage of Ireland, 1720. 
9rmg, Argent, three chevronels, gules, and a label of three points, azure. Crest, A 
demi-man in profile, vested, and having on the head a cap, or cowl, paly of six, argent and 
gules. Supporters, Two griffins, Brings elevated, or, each gorged with a label of three 
points, azure. 

Seat, Beckett, Shrivenham. Town Residence, IQ, Hertford-street, JMay-fair, W. 
C/w6s,Carlton, Travellers', Marlborough, White's, Pratt's. 

BARRINGTON, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
William Keppel, 6th Viscount Barrington. He was b. Oct. 1, 1793, and succeeded his 
father in 1829 ; was educated at Westminster, and Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1812) ; was 
M.P. for Berkshire, 183757, was Vice-Lieut, of that county, 18601 : m. April 21, 1823, 
the Hon. Jane Elizabeth Liddell, fourth daughter of the 1st Baron Ravensworth; and 
d. Feb 9, 1867, having had issue four sons and five daughters. 

BARRINGTON, Dowager Viscountess, JANE ELIZABETH, 4th daughter 
of the 1st Baron Ravensworth: m. 1823, the 6th Viscount Barrington, 
who d. 1867. 
Residence, 20, Cavendish- square, W. 

Barrogill, Baron, title of the Earl of Caithness on Roll of H. L. 



BATEMAN, BARON. (BATEMAN-HANBIJRY.) 

WILLIAM BATEMAN BATEMAN-HANBURY, 
2nd Baron, Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotu- 
lorum of Herefordshire. Born July 28th, 
1826; succeeded his father 1845; edu- 
cated at Eton, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; was a Lord in Waiting to the 
Queen, 18589: married (1854) Agnes 
Burrell, youngest daughter of the "late 
Gen. Sir Edward Kerrison, 1st Bart. 
K.C.B. K.C.H. and has issue, living, 

Sons, William Spencer, b. 1856. Edward Regi- 
nald, b. 1859. Walter, b. 1862. Geoffrey, b. 
Neither by prayer nor by price. 1868. 

Daughters, Maud Frances, b. 1855, Evelyn 

Augusta, b. 1858. Gertrude Emily, 6.1860. Agnes Rosamond, b. 1866. Margaret 
Cecilia, h. 1870. Rachel Anne Seihia Decima, b. 1875. 
Bntthfrtt Hrhiff, Charles Spencer Batcman-Hanbury-Kincaid- Lennox, b. 182", m. 1861. 

The Rev. Arthur Allen, b. 1829, ' 1858. 

Sistrrti lining, Harriet Anne, b. 1823, m. 1st, 1854; 2ndly, 1867, Lord Montagu William 
Graham, son of the 3rd Duke of Montrose. Charlotte, b. 1825, in. 1S47, (Whyto- 
Melvillc). Elizabeth Augusta, b. 1832, m. 1st, 1853; 2ndly, 1869, the 3rd Baron 
Northwick. Louisa Catherine, b. 1837, m. i860, (Wilkinson). 

Patron of two livings, Shobdon, R. Herefordshire, and Kelmarsh, R. Northampton- 
shire. 




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Creation, Baron Bateman, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1837. 



, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, or, a bend engrailed, vert, plain cottised, sable, in cliicf 
a crescent on a crescent for difference, Hanbury , 2nd and 3rd, or, on a fesse, sable, 
between three Muscovy ducks proper, a rose of the field, Jiateman. Crest, 1st, out of a 
mural crown, sable, a demi-lion, or, holding in the dexter paw a battle axe, or, helved sable, 
Hanbury ; 2nd, a duck's head and neck between two wings, proper. Supporters, Two 
lions, argent, gorged with plain collars, each charged with a rose between two fleurs- 
de-lis, or, and chains of the latter affixed to each collar and reflexed over the back. 

Seats, Shobdon Court, Leominster, Herefordshire ; Kelmarsh, Northampton. 
Clubs, Carlton, White's, Boodle's. 

BATEMAN, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William, 
1st Baron Bateman. He was A.June 24, 1780, and was raised to the Peerage and as- 
sumed the name and arms of Bateman, 1837: m. Aug. 16, 1822, Elizabeth, daughter 
of Lord Spencer Chichester : and d. July 22, 1845, having had issue five sons and five 
daughters. 

BATEMAN, Dowager Baroness, ELIZABETH, daughter of Lord Spencer 
Chichester, sister of the 1st Baron Templemore, and cousin of the 
Marquess of Donegall; m. 1822, the 1st Baron Bateman, who d. 1845. 
Residence, 36, Great Cumberland Place, W. 




BATH, MARQUESS OF. (THYNNE.) 

JOHN ALEXANDER THYNNE, 4th Mar- 
quess, 6th Viscount, and a Baronet. Born 
March 1st, 1831; succeeded his father 
1837 ; educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford; is Major in the Royal 
Wilts (Princess of Wales' s Own) Yeomanry 
Cavalry, Col. of the First Battalion of the 
Wilts Rifle Volunteers, a Dep. Lieut, of 
Somersetshire and Wiltshire, and a 
Trustee of the National Gallery : married 
(1861) the Hon. Frances Isabella Catherine 

I have good reason. Vesey, eldest daughter of the 3rd Viscount 

de Vesci, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Thomas Henry, Viscount Weymouth, b. 1862. John Botteville, b. 186/. Alex- 

ander George, b. 18/3. 
Daughters, Alice Emma, l>. 1864. Katherine Georgiana Louisa, b. 1865. Beatrice (twin 

with John), b. 1867. 

Brother living, Henry Frederick, M.P. b. 1832, m. 1858. 
Sister living, Louisa Isabella Harriet, b. 1834, m. 1862, (Feilding). 

Patron of eleven livings, Backwell, R. Street, R. with Walton, R. Somersetshire. 
Cor= ty, R. Chickdale, R. Ueverill Longbridge, V. Fitteld Bavant, R. Imber, V. Kingston 
Deverill, &. Wiltshire. St. Peter's, Frome-teelwood, V. with Woodlands, C. Somerset- 
shire. Minsterley, V. near Westbury, Shropshire. 

Creations, Viscount Weymouth and Baron Thynne, 1682, Marquess of Bath, 1789 
all in the peerage of Great Britain. A Baronet, 1641. 

&rms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, harry of ten, or and sable, Thynne; 2nd and 3rd, 
argent, a lion rampant, tail nowed and erected, gules, Bouteville. Crest, A reindeer 
statant, or, collared, sable. Supporters, Dexter, a reindeer, or, collared, sable ; sinister, 
a lion, tail nowed and erected, gules. 

Seat, Longleat, Warminster, Wiltshire. 

Town Residence, 48, Berkeley. square, S.W. Club, Carlton. 




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BATH, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry 
Frederick, 3rd Marquess of Bath. He was b. May 25, 1797, and succeeded his father, 
March 27, 1837; served for some time in the Navy, and retired with the rank of Captain : 
m. April 19, 1830, the Hon. Harriet Baring, daughter of the 1st Baron Ashburton ; and 
d. June 24, 183/, having had issue two sons and two daughters. 

BATH, Dowager Marchioness of, HARRIET, daughter of the 1st Baron 
Ashburton, b. 1804 ; m. 1830, the 3rd Marquess of Bath, who d. 1837. 
Residence, Muntham-court, Worthing, Sussex. 

BATH AND WELLS, BISHOP OF, see "Lords Spiritual." 

BATHURST, EARL. (BATHURST.) 

WILLIAM LENNOX BATHURST. 5th Earl 
and Baron. Born Feb. 14th, 1791; suc- 
ceeded his brother in 1806; educated at 
Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 2nd class in 
Classics, 1812, M.A.18 ,and Hon. D.C.L. 
1870); is Fellow of All Souls' College; 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn, 1821 ; 
was Clerk of the Privy Council, 183060, 
having previously been Deputy and First 
Clerk to the Teller of the Exchequer. 
Heir presumptive, His nephew, Allen Alexander 

KPPTI thv faith Bathurst, M.P. b. 1832; educated at Eton, 

and at Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. and 
M.A. 1854), has been M.P. for Cirencester (C.) since 1857: m. 1st 1862, the Hon. Meriel 
Leicester Warren, who died 1872, daughter of the 2nd Baron de Tabley, and 2ndly, 
18"4, Evelyn Elizabeth, only daughter of George James Barnard Hankey, Esq., of 
Fetcham Park, Surrey, and has by first marriage, with other issue, Seymour Henry, 
b, 1864. Residences, Hyams, Bagshot, Surrey; and 20, Grosvenor Gardens, 8.W. 
Clubs, Carlton, Travellers', White's. 
Sister living, Emily Charlotte, m. 1835 (Ponsonby). 

Patron of two livings, Sapperton, R. Gloucestershire. Potterspury, V. North- 
amptonshire. 

Creations, Baron Bathurst, 1/12, Baron Apsley, 17/1, Earl Bathurst, 1772, all in 
the peerage of Great Britain. 

.Srms, Sable : two bars, ermine, in chief three crosses patee, or. (Trcst, A dexter arm 
embowed, armed in chain mail, the hand, proper, grasping a spiked club, or. Supporters, 
Two stags, argent, each gorged with a collar gemelle. 

Seat, Oakley Park, Cirencester. Town Residence, 38, Half Moon Street, W. 

Clubs, White's, University, Athenaeum. 

BATHURST, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Henry 
George, D.C.L. 4th Earl Bathurst. He was h. Feb. 24, 1790, and succeeded his father, July 
27, 1834; educated at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1812, M.A. 1814, D.C.L. 1820), sat as 
M.P. for Cirencester, 181234; was an Unpaid Commissioner of the India Board, 1812 
34 ; he d. May 25, 1866. 

BAYNING, Baroness, EMMA, daughter of William Henry Fellowes, Esq. 
of Ramsey Abbey, Huntingdonshire; in. 1842, the Right Hon. and Rev. 
Henry William Powlett, 3rd Baron Bayning, Vicar of Honingham, and 
of East Tnddenham, Norfolk, and Lord Steward of Norwich Cathedral, 
who d. 1866, when the title became extinct. 
Seat, Honingham-hall, Norwich. 

BEACONSFIELD, VISCOUNTCY OF, see "Peerages Extinct." 



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The lot is fallen unto me in a fair 
ground. 



BEAUCHAMP, EARL. (LYGON.) 

FREDERICK LYGON, P.C., D.C.L., 6th 
Ear), 2nd son of Henry, 4th Earl. Born 
Nov. 10th, 1830; succeeded his brother 
1866 ; educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1852, M.A. Fellow 
of All Souls', 1856, and Hon. D.C.L. 1870) ; 
is a Dep. Lieut, of Worcestershire, and 
was formerly a Capt. in the Worcester- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry ; sat as M.P. for 
Tewkesbury, 185763, and for West 
Worcestershire, 1863 6 ; was a Lord 
of the Admiralty, 1859; appointed Lord 
Steward of Her Majesty's Household 
1874: married (1868) Lady Mary 

Catherine Stanhope, only daughter of the 5th Earl Stanhope, and has issue, 

living, 

Sows, William, Viscount Elmley, b. 1872. Edward Hugh, b, 18/3. 

Daughters, Mary, b. 1869. Susan, b. 1870. Margaret, b. 18/4. 

Patron of five livings, -Dymock, V. Kempley, V. Gloucestershire; Guarlford, R. 
Madresfield, R. Malvern Link, V. Worcestershire. 

Creations, Baron Beauchamp, 1806, Viscount Elmley and Earl Beauchamp, 1815, 
both in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Sruts, Arg-ent : two lions passant, fourchee, gules. Crest, A Saracen's head in pro- 
file, wreathed round the temples and couped at the neck, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a 
bear, proper, plain collared and chained, or ; from the collar pendent a shield of the arms of 
Beauchamp of Powkye, viz. gules, afesse between six martlets, or ; sinister, a swan, argent, 
wings inverted, gules, gorged with a ducal coronet of the second, therefrom a line reflexed 
over the back, azure, and pendent from the coronet a shield, charged as the dexter. 

Seat, Madresfield-court, Great Malvern, Worcestershire. 

Town Residence, 13, Belgrave-square, S.W. Club, Carlton. 

BEA.UCHAMP, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Henry, 
5th Earl Beauchamp. He was b. Feb. 13, 1828, and succeeded his father Sept. 8, 1863, 
educated at Eton; entered the Army, 1848, became Capt. in the 1st Life Guards, 1854, and 
retired 1863; was M.P. for West Worcestershire, 185363; he d. March 4th, 1866. 

Beauchamp, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Hertford. 
Beauclerk, family name of the Duke of St. Alban's. 




1 scorn to change or to fear. 



BEAUFORT, DUKE OF. (SOMERSET.) 

HENRY CHARLES FITZROY SOMERSET, 
K.G. P.C., 8th Duke, Lord Lieut, of Mon- 
mouthshire. Born Feb. 1st, 1824; suc- 
ceeded his father 1853 ; educated at Eton ; 
appointed Lieut, in the 1st Life Guards, 
1841, and Capt. 7th Hussars, 1847; re- 
tired as Lieut. -Col. 1861; is Hon. Col. 
of the Gloucestershire Royal Hussar 
Yeomanry; sat as M.P. for East Glouces- 
tershire, 1846 53 ; was Aide-de-Camp 
to the Duke of Wellington 1842, and 
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Master of the Horse 18589, and 186668 : received the 1st class order of 
the Osraanli from the Sultan 1867 : married (1845) Lady Georgiana Charlotte 
Curzon, eldest daughter of the 1st Earl Howe, G.C.H., and has issue, living, 
Sana, Henry Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy, Marquess of Worcester, b. 1847; educated at 

Eton ; appointed Cornet in the Royal Horse Guards 1865, Lieut. 1868, Capt. 1869, Capt. 

in the Gloucestershire Royal Hussar Yeomanry 1869, Major 1875 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 

Magistrate for Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire. Clubs, ^White's, Carlton. 

Henry Richard Charles, M.P. b. 1849, m 1872. Henry Arthur George, b. 1851. Henry 

Edward Brudenell, b. 1853,-^Henry Fitzroy Francis, b. 1855. 

Daughter, Blanche Elizabeth Adelaide, b. 1856, m. 1874, the 5th Marquess of Waterford. 
Sisters living,-^ Georgiana Charlotte Anne, b. 1817, m. 1836, Sir C. W. Codrington, Bart, 

(he d. 1864). Emily Blanche Charlotte, b. 1828, m. 1848, the llth Earl of Kinnoull. 

Rose Caroline Mary, b. 1829, m. 1846, (Lovell). Geraldine Harriet Anne, b. 1832. 

Katherine Emily Mary, b. 1834, m. 1858, the Hon. Arthur Walsh, eldest son of the 1st 

Baron Ormathwaite.^-Edith Frances Wilhelmiue, b. 1838, m. 1863, the 2nd Baron 

Londesborough. 

Patron of twenty-five livings, Llanishen, V. Llansoy, R. Magor, with Redwick, V 
Mitchel Troy, R. with Cwmcarvan, V. Monkswood, V. Monmouth, V. St. Thomas, V- 
Newchurch,V. Ragland,V.Trelleck-grange,V. St.Arvans.V. Chapel-hill,V. Gwernesney.R. 
Llandenny, V. Monmouthshire. Oldbury-on-the-hDl, R. with Didmarton, R. Stoke Gifford, V. 
Tormarton, R. with Acton Turville, V. and West Littleton, C. Wollastone, R. with Al- 
vingtoii, C. and Lan cant, C. Great Badminton, V. Gloucestershire. Llanvihaiigel Cwm Du, 
R. Llangunider, R. Crickhowel, R. Llanbedr, R. with Partrishow, C. Llangattock, R. Breck- 
nockshire. Sopworth, R. Wiltshire. 

Creations, Baron Bottetourt, 1308, Baron Herbert, 146 1, Baron Herbert of Ragland, 
Chepstow, and Gower, 1506, Earl of Worcester, 1514, Marquess of Worcester, 1642 Earl 
of Glamorgan, Viscount Grosmont, and Baron Beaufort, 1644, Duke of Beaufort, 1682, 
all in the peerage of England. 

arms, France and England, quarterly, within a border compony, argent, and azure, 
(Trrst, A portcullis, or, nailed azure, chains gold. Supporters, Dexter, a panther, argent, 
flames issuing from his mouth and ears, proper, plain collared and chained, and semee of 
torteaux, hurts and pomeis alternately ; sinister, A wyvern, vert, in the mouth a sinister 
hand, couped at the wrist, gules. 

Seats, Badminton-house, Chippenham ; and Stoke Gifford, Gloucestershire j Troy- 
house, Monmouthshire; Llangattock-park, Crickhowell, Breconshire. 

Clubs, Boodle's, White's, Carlton, Travellers', Garrick, Turf, Marlborough. 

BEAUFORT, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father, Henry, 
K.G. 7th Duke. He was b. Feb. 5, 1792, and succeeded his father, Nov. 23, 1835; served 
with distinction in the Peninsular war : m. 1st, July 25, 1814, Georgiana Frederica, daughter 
of the Hon. Henry Fitzroy, son of the second Baron Southampton, (she d. 1821), having had 
issue two daughters; 2ndly, June 29, 1822, Emily Frances, daughter of Charles Culling Smith, 
Esq. and d. Nov. 17, 1853, having had issue by the second marriage a son and six daughters. 

BEAUFORT, Dowager Duchess of, EMILY FRANCES, daughter of Charles 
Culling Smith, Esq. ; m. 1822, the 7th Duke of Beaufort, K.G. who d. 1853. 
Residence, 19, Hill-street, Berkeley-square, W. 

BEAUMONT, BARON. (STAPLETON.) 

HENRY STAPLETON, 9th Baron. Born 
Aug. llth, 1848; succeeded his father 
1854; educated at Eton; appointed Cornet 
and Sub-Lieut, in the Life Guards, 1868; 
is a Knight of Justice of the Order of St. 
John of Jerusalem, and a Knight Grand 
Cross of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre. 

Brother Uring, Miles, heir presumptive, b. 1850 ; 
was educated at Eton; appointed Ensign and 
Lieut, in the Coldstream Guards, 18(5p, and 
Lieut, and Capt. 1872. Clubs, Guards', 
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Creation, Baron Beaumont in the peerage of England, 1309. 

Qrms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, a lion rampant sable, Stapleton ; 2nd and 3rd 
argent, two bars, and in chief three escallops, azure, Errington. (Crest, A Saracen's head 
in profile, couped at the shoulders proper wreathed about the temples, or and azure. 
Supporters, Two talbots argent, each with an ear slit and dropping three guttees de 
sang gules. 

Seat, Carl ton-towers, Selby, Yorkshire. 

Clubs, Brooks's, Marlborough, St. James's, Stafford. 

BEAUMONT, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Miles 
Thomas, 8th Baron Beaumont. He was b. June 6, 1805, and was declared heir to the 
Barony (which had been in abeyance since 1513) by the House of Lords, 1840 : m. Sept. 9, 
1844, the Hon. Isabella Anne Browne, daughter of the 3rd Baron Kilmaine, and d. Aug. 16, 
1854, having had issue two sons and a daughter. 

BEAUMONT, Baroness, ISABELLA ANNE, daughter of the 3rd Baron 
Kilmaine ; m. 1844, the 8th Baron Beaumont, who d. 1854. 
Residence, 

Bective, Earl of, M.P. son of the Marquess of Headfort. (see Headfort.) 

BEDFORD, DUKE OF. (RUSSELL.) 

FRANCIS CHARLES HASTINGS RUSSELL, 
9th Duke, Custos Rotulorum of the Isle 
of Ely, son of Major-Gen. Lord George 
William Russell, brother of the 7th Duke, 
by Elizabeth Anne, only child of the late 
Hon. John Theophilus Rawdon. Born 
Oct. 16th 1819; succeeded his cousin June 
1872. Entered the Scots Fusilier Guards 
as Ensign and Lieut. 1838; retired 1844. 
Sat as M.P. for Bedfordshire (L.) 1847 
72. Has been Lieut.-Col. of the Bedford- 
What will be, will be. ghire Rifles since ]860> Js a Dep< LieuL 

of Bedfordshire. Married (1844) Lady Elizabeth Sackville-West, eldest 

daughter of the 5th Earl Delawarr, and has issue, living, 

Sons, George William Francis Sackville,'Marquess of Tavistock, M.P., b. 1852 ; is a Dep. 

Lieut. 'for Bedford ; elected M.P. for Bedfordshire 18/5. Herbrand Arthur, b. 1858. 
Daughters, Ela Sackville, b. 1854. Ermyntrude Sackville, b. 1856. 

Brothers,* Arthur John Edward, M.P., b. 1825, m. 1855. Right Hon. Odo William Leo- 
pold, G.C.B., b. 1829, m. 1868. 

Patron of twenty-six livings, Cheriies, R. Chesham, V. Chesham Bois, R. 
Buckinghamshire. Eversholt, R. Goldington, V. Houghton Regis, V. Husborn 
Crawley, V. Knotting, R. with Souldrop, R. Lidlington, V. Ridgmont, V. Willing- 
ton, V. Woburn, V. Aspley Guise, R. Woburn Sands, V. Stevington, V. Bedfordshire. 
Milton Abbot, V. North Petherwin, V. Tavistock, V. Awliscombe, V. Brent Tor, V. St. 
Paul's, Tavistock, V. Devonshire. Swyre, R. Dorsetshire. Thorney Abbey, V. Cambridge- 
shire. Thornhaugh, R. with Wansford, C. Northamptonshire. Streatham, R. Surrey. 
Stibb'ington-cum-Sibson, R. Huntingdonshire. St. Paul's, Covent Garden, R. London. 

Creations, Baron Russell, 1539, Earl of Bedford, 1550, Baron Russell of Thornhaugh, 
]603, Duke of Bedford and Marquess of Tavistock, 1694, and Baron Howland, 1695, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

arms, Argent : a lion rampant, gules ; on a chief sable, three escallops, argent . 
, (Crest, A goat passant, argent, armed and unguled, or. Supporters, Dexter, a lion gules , 

* Were raised to the rank of Dukes' sons in August 1872. 




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47 



sinister, an antelope, gules, armed, unguled, and tufted, ducally gorged and chain reflexed 
over the back, all or. 

Seats, Woburu-abbey, and Oakley-house, Bedfordshire ; Endsleigh, Devonshire. 

Town Residence, 81 and 82, Eaton-square, S.W. 

Clubs, Reform, Travellers', Brooks' s, United Service. 

BEDFOED, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his cousin William, 
8th Duke of Bedford. He was b. July 1, 1809, and succeeded his father 186l. Was edu- 
cated at Eton and at Christ Church, Oxford. Sat as M.P. for Tavistock (L.) 183241, 
Was a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Bedfordshire He d. unmarried May 18/2. 

Belfast, Earl, title borne by the Marquess of Donegal!. 
Belgrave, Viscount, ,, ,, Westminster 

BELHAVEN AND STENTON, BARON. (HAMILTON.) 

JAMES HAMILTON, 9th Baron, in the 
peerage of Scotland, son of the late 
Archibald Hamilton, Esq., Surgeon of the 
92nd Regiment, by May, daughter of 
Davidj Clarke, Esq. Born August 29th, 
1822. Succeeded his kinsman by decision 
of the House of Lords 1875, the title 
having been in abeyance from 1868. 
Sisters lining, Mary Nisbet, m. 18 Frederick 
Chapman, Esq. Jess.e. 

Creation, Baron Belhaven and Stenton 1617. 
Renewed by patent 1675. 
3rnt3, Gules : a sword erect in pale argent, pomel and hilt or, between three cinqe- 
foils, two and one. ermine. (Crest, A horse's head couped at the neck argent, bridled 
gules. Supporters, Two horses argent, bridled gules. 

Seat, Wishaw House, Lanarkshire. 

BELHAVEN AND STENTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his 
kinsman, Robert Montgomery. K.T., 8th Baron. He was b. 1/93, and succeeded his father 
in the Scottish title 1814, and was made a Peer of the United Kingdom 1831 ; he was Lord 
Lieut, of Lanarkshire, and Lord High Commissioner at the General Assembly of the Estab- 
lished Presbyterian Communion of Scotland: m. 1815, Hamilton, daughter of Walter 
Campbell, Esq. of Shawfield; and d. Dec. 22, 1868, without having had issue. 




BELLEW, 




All things come from above. 



BARON. (BELLEW.) 

EDWARD JOSEPH BELLEW, 2nd Baron, 
in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet. 
Born June 3rd, 1830 ; succeeded his father, 
1866 ; educated at Stonyhurst Roman 
Catholic College ; was sometime Major in 
the Louth Rifles : married (1853) Augusta 
Mary, daughter of Col. George Bryan, of 
JenkinstoAvn, Kilkenny, and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, Charles Bertram, b. 1855. George Leopold, 
b. 1857. Richard Eustace, b. 1858. 



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Sisfcrs tiding, Frances Mary, b. 1832, TO. 1865, (Smith). Annabella Mary, b. 1834, m. 1857, 
(Tower), Fermina Mary Magdalena, b. 1838 ,m. 1862, (Stourton). 

Creations, Baron Bellew of Barmeath, in the peerage of Ireland,1848 ; aBaronet, 1688. 

arms, Sable : frette, or. (Crest, An arm, embowed, in armour, holding a sword, 
proper. .Supporters, Dexter, a leopard, or, gorged with a mural crown, azure; sinister, 
a wolf, azure, gorged with a ducal coronet, or. 

Seat, Barmeath, Dunlee, co. Louth, Ireland. Club, Brooks's. 

BELLEW, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Sir 
Patrick, P.C. 7th Baronet. He was b. Jan. -.'9, 1798, and succeeded his father, Edward, 
as 6th Bart. 1827; was Lord Lieut, of Louth, Col. of the Louth Militia, 184366, and M.P. 
for Louth, 1831 and 1835, and was raised to the peerage, 1848: m. 1829, Anna Fermina, 
daughter of Don Jose Maria de Mendoza y Rios, and by her (who d. Aug. 2, 1857) had 
issue one son and four daughters : he d. Dec. 10, 1886. 



BELMORE, EARL. (LOWRY-CORRY.) 

SOMERSET RICHARD LOWRY-CORRY, 
P.C. K.C.M.G. M.R.I.A., 4th Earl in the 
peerage of Ireland ; a Representative Peer 
for Ireland. Born April 9th, 1835: suc- 
ceeded his father 1845 ; educated at Trinity 
College, Cambridge (M.A, 1856) ; has been 
Major 28th Middlesex (London Irish) 
Volunteers ; was Under Secretary of State 
for the Home Department. 18G6 7, and 
Governor of New South Wales 1868 72. 

Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for 
Virtue flourishes for ever. ^ ^^ ^ & Magistrate & p CQ> Fer . 

managh: married (1861) Anne Elizabeth Honoria, 2nd daughter of the late 

Captain John Neilson Gladstone, R.N., M.P., and has issue, living, 

Sows, Armar, Viscount Ccrry, b. 1870. Cecil, b. 1873. Ernest, b. 1874. 

Daughters, Theresa, b. 1862. Florence, b. 1864. Madeline, b. 1865. Mary, b. 186/. 

Brothers living, Armar, R.N., b. 1836, m. 1868. Henry William, M.P., b. 1845. 

Sisters living, Louisa Anne, b. 1837, TO. I860, (Magenis). Florence Elizabeth, b. 1842. 

Creations, Baron Belmore 1781, Viscount 17&9, Earl Belmore 1797, all in the 
peerage of Ireland. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st grand quarter quarterly, 1st and 4th, gules, a saltire, argent, 
in chief a rose, or, Corry ; 2nd and 3rd, sable, a cup, argent, with two laurel branches 
issuing therefrom, Lowry, 2nd grand quarter, gules, a saltire, argent, in chief arose, or; 
3rd grand quarter, argent, on a bend, azure, three buckles, or; 4th grand quarter, or, a 
lion rampant, gules, over all a bend, sable. Crests, 1st, a cock, proper, Corry; 2nd, a 
garland of laurel, between two branches of the same, all proper, Lowry. Supporters, Two 
tiger cats guardant, proper, ducally collared and chained, or. 

Seat, Castle Coole, Enniskillen, co. Fermanagh, Ireland. 

C/wis, Carlton, White's, Travellers'. 

BELMOKE, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Armar, 
3rd Earl of Belmore. He was b. Dec. 23, 1801, and succeeded his father, April 18, 1841 : 
m. May 27, 1834, Emily Louise, daughter of William Shepherd, Esq. of Brabourne, Kent, 
and d. Dec. 17, 1845, having issue four sons and four daughters. 

BELMORE, Dowager Countess, EMILY LOUISE, daughter of William 
Shepherd, Esq. ; m. 1 834, the 3rd Earl of Belmore, who d. 1845, 
Residence, 95, Eaton Place, S.W. 





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BELPER, BARON. (STRUTT.) 

EDWARD STRUTT, P.O., LL.D., F.R.S., 
1st Baron, Lord Lieut, of Nottingham- 
shire, son of William Strutt, Esq. of St. 
Helen's House, Derby. Born 1801; 
educated at Trinity College, Cambridge 
(B.A. 1823, M.A. 1826; LL.D. 1862) ; is 
President of University College, London. 
Sat as M.P. for Derby 183048, for 
Arundel 18512, for Nottingham 1852 
6; was Chief Commissioner of Railways 
18468, Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster 1852 4, and Chairman of the 
of purpose. ^ Nottinghamshire Quarter Sessions 1855 

73 ; is a Magistrate for Derbyshire and Leicestershire ; was High Sheriff of 
Nottinghamshire 1850: married (1837) Amelia Harriet, youngest daughter 
of the late Right Rev. William Otter, D.D., F.R.S., Lord Bishop of Chi- 
chester, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Henry, b. 1840; educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge (LL.B. 
1863); is Capt. in the South Nottingham Yeomanry Cavalry, a Magistrate for Derbyshire, 
and a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, of Nottinghamshire ; sat as M.P. for East Derbyshire 
(L.) 1868 till Feb. 1874, when he was an unsuccessful candidate : m. 1874, Lady Margaret 
Coke, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Leicester. Residence, 28, Chapel^ Street, Grosvenor 
Square, W. Clubs, Brooks's. St. James's, Athenaeum. 
Arthur, b. 1842, m. 1873. Frederick, b. 1843. 

Daufhterx, Sophia, b. 1845, m. 1869 (Le Marchant). Caroline, b. 1848, m. 1870 (Digby). 
Mary Emily, b. 1853, m. 1872 (Coore). Ellen, b. I860. 

Creation, Baron Belper, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1856. 
Patron of one living, Kingston- upon- Soar, V. Nottinghamshire. 

Sirmg, Per pale : sable and azure, two chevronels, engrailed, between three cross 
crosslets fltchee, or. (Crest, In front of rays of the sun, proper, a cubit arm erect, nested, 
bendy of six, or and sable, cuffed, argent, in the hand a roll of paper, proper. Supporters, 
On either side a leopard, proper, gorged with a collar, gemelle, azure, therefrom pendent an 
escutcheon, also azure, charged with a cross crosslet fitcht-e, or. 

Seat, Kingston Hall, Deroy. Town Residence, 75, Eaton Square, S.W. 
^Mbs, Reform, Athenaeum, Brooks's. 

Benederaloch, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Breadalbane. 
Bennet, family name of the Earl of Tankerville. 
Benn- Walsh, ,, Baron Ormathwaite. 

Bentinck (Scott-Bentinck), family name of the Duke of Portland, 
Berehaven, Viscount, son of the Earl of Bantry. (see Bantry.) 
Beresford, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Waterford. 
(Horsley-Beresford), family name of Baron Decies. 

(De la Poer Beresford), family name of the Marquess of 
Waterford. 



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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




BERKELEY, EARL OF. (BERKELEY.) 

THOMAS MORETON FITZHARDINGE 
BERKELEY. Born Oct. 19th, 1796; is 
virtually by decision of the House of 
Lords (see memoir of his lordship's pre- 
decessor) 6th Earl of Berkeley. His lord- 
ship, however, has never taken his seat. 

Brother living, Gemge Charles Granttey Fitz- 
hardins;e, heir presumptive, b. 1800; was edu- 
cated privately, and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst ; sat as M.P. for West Glou- 
cestershire, 183251 ; served as Ensign and 

God with us. Lieut, in the Coldstream Guards 1816 23, since 

when he has been on half-pay ; is a Magistrate 

for Gloucestershire : m. 1824, Caroline Martha, who d. 1873, daughter of the late Paul 
Benfield, Esq., and has issue, Capt. Edward StrattonFitzhardinge, b. 1827. Residence, 
Alderney Manor, Poole. Club, Arthur's. 

Sisters living, Caroline Fitzhardinge, 6.1803, m. 1829, (Maxse). Emily Elizabeth 
b. 1807, m 1839, (Capel). 

Creations, Baron Berkeley, by writ, 1295, Earl of Berkeley and Viscount Dursley, 
1679, in the peerage of England. 

arntg Gules : a chevron between ten crosses patee, argent, six in chief and four in 
base. (Crest, A mitre charged with the arms of Berkeley. Supporters, Two lious, argent, 
the sinister ducally crowned, plain collared, and line reflexed over the back, or. 

Residence, Cranford-house, Hounslow, Middlesex. 

BERKELEY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Frederick 
Augustus, 5th Earl of Berkeley. He was b. May 24, 1745, and succeeded his father, 
Jan. 1755 ; was Lord Lieut, of Gloucestershire, Constable of St. Briavel's Castle, Warden 
of Dean Forest, and High Steward of Gloucester: m. May 16, 1796, Miss Mary Cole, 
(which marriage, however, though the House of Lords decided that it took place in 1796, 
was said, by some members of the family, to have been celebrated in March, 1785) : d. 
Aug. 8, 1810, having had issue seven sons and five daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1844. 

BERKSHIRE, see EARL OF SUFFOLK AND BERKSHIRE. 
Berkeley, family name of Baron Fitzhardinge. 
Bernard, Viscount, son of the Earl of Bandon. (see Bandon.) 
,, family name of the Earl of Bandon. 




BERNERS, BARONESS. (TYRWHITT). 

EMMA HARRIET TYRWHITT, daughter of 
the Hon. and Rev. Robert Wilson, of 
Ashwellthorpe Hall, Norfolk, by Har- 
riet, daughter and co-heiress of Col. Greo. 
Crump, of Alexton Hall, and widow of 
John Sheppard, Esq. Born Nov. 18th, 
1835 ; succeeded her uncle the 6th Baron 
in 1871. Married (1853) Sir Henry 
Thomas Tyrwhitt, 3rd Bart., and has 
issue, living, 



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Son*, Harry Tyrwhitt, 6. 1854, appointed Sub-Lieut. l6th Foot, 1874. Raymond Robert 
b. 1855. Hugh, b. 1856. Clement, *. 1857. Rupert, b. 1859. Philip Bouchier, b. 1861. 
Leonard Francis, b. 1863. Thomas Knyvet, b. 1864. 

Daughters, Ardyn Mary, b. I860. Sibyl Grace, b. 1866. Hester Efa, b. 1869. 
Patron of two livings, Ashwell Thorpe, R. Wreningham, R. 

Creation, Baron Berners, in the peerage of England, 1455 ; but the title was in abey 
ance from 1532 to 1832. 

Srtna, Quarterly of six : 1st and 6th, sable, a wolf salient, or, in chief a fleur-de-lis, 
argent, between two bezants, Wilson ; 2nd, argent, a bend plain within a bordure engrailed, 
sable, Knyvett; 3rd, argent, a cross, engrailed, between four water bougets, sable, a label, 
azure, charged with three lions ramp%nt, or, Bourchier ; 4th, France and England, quarterly, 
within a bordure, argent, Woodstock; 5th, quarterly, or and vert, Berners. Supporters, 
Duxter, a falcon rising, wings elevated, argent, jessed and belled, or ; sinister, a greyhound 
proper, gorged with a collar, gules, studded, or. 

Seat, Ashwell Thorpe Hall, Wymondham, Norfolk. 

BERNERS, Baron, Her Ladyship's predecessor was her uncle, Henry 
Wilham Wilson, 6th Baron Berners. He was b. Feb. 23, 1797, and succeeded his father 
Feb 26, 1251,; educated at Eton and at. Emmanuel Colleg, Cambridge ; was Constable of 
Leicester Castle, a Dep. Lieut, of Leicestershire, and a Magistrate for that county, Rut- 
laud, and Forfolk: m. 1st, 1823, Mary Letitia, who d. 185ft, eldest daughter and co-heir 
of Col. George Crump, of Alexton Hall ; 2ndly, I8s7, the Hon. Henrietta Charlotte 
Cholmondeley, whod. 1874,^-only daughter of the 1st Baron Delamere : hed. 1871, without 
having' had issue from either marriage. 

Berriedale, Lord, son of the Earl of Caithness, (see Caithness.) 
Bertie, family name of the Earls of Abingdon and Lindsey. 



BERWICK, BARON. (NOEL-HILL.) 

WILLIAM NOEL-HILL, 6th Baron, son 
of the Rev. Richard, 4th Baron, by 
Frances Maria, daughter of William Mos- 
tyn Owen, Esq. Born July 6th, 1802 \ 
succeeded his brother 1861 ; educated at 
Rugby; entered the 3rd Bufls, 1817, 
served in the first Burmese war, and has 
medal for Ava; became Lieut. 1822, Capt. 
1826, Major 1835, Lieut. Col. 1843, and 
Col. 1854, retired 1855; is a Dep. Lieut, 
and a Magistrate for Shropshire ; was 
Hon. Col. of the Shropshire Rifle Volun- 
fo him who knows how to use them teers 1862 71. 

all things are good. Heir presump ti,,e,Uis nephew, Richard Henry, 

son of the Hon. and Rev. Thomas Henry Noei- 
Hill, who d. 1870, Rector of Barrington and Sutton, Salop. B. 1847. 

\i filer living, Emily. 

Patron of two livings, Berrinjrton, R. Sutton, R. Shropshire. 

Creation, Baron Berwick, of Attingham, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1/84. 




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8rms, Quarterly. 1st and 4th, ermine, on a fesse, sable, a castle with two towers, 
argent, on a canton, gules, a martlet, or, Hill ; 2nd, or, frette, gules, a canton, ermine, 
Noel ; 3rd, or, a chevron, between three stags' heads, cabossed, gules, Harwood. Crest, 
1st, a stag statant, argent, Hill; 2nd, on the battlements of a tower, proper, a hind statant, 
argent, collared and chained, or, Noel ; 3rd, a stag's head, caboshed, sable, in the mouth a 
sprig of oak, proper, Harwood. Supporters, Dexter, a pegasus, argent, gorged with a plain 
collar, sable, thereon a martlet, or ; sinister, a stag, argent, attired, or, gorged with a 
plain collar, sable, thereon a leopard's face, or, and a chain reflexed over the back gold. 

Seat, Attingham-hall, near Shrewsbury. CVwis, Carlton, United Service. 

BERWICK, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Richard 
Noel, 5th Baron Berwick ; b. Nov. 21, 1800; succeed d his father, Sept. 21, 1848, and d. 
unmarried, April 12, 186l. 

BESSBOROUGH, EARL OF. (PONSONBY.) Sits as BARON PONSONBY 
OF SYSONBY. 

JOHN GEORGE BRABAZON PONSONBY, P.C. 
5th Earl, Lord Lieut, of Carlow. Born 
Oct. 4th, 1809; succeeded his father 1847; 
pat as M.P. for Bletchingley and Higham 
Ferrers, 1831, and for Derby, 183447; 
was Attache to the British Embassy at St. 
Petersburg, 1832, Precis Writer to the 
late Viscount Palmerston (when Foreign 
Secretary), 18334, Master of the Buck- 
hounds, 184852, 18528, and 185965, 
and Lord Steward of Her Majesty's 
For the king, the law, and the people. Household, 1865 6, and 186874: 

married 1st (1835), Lady Frances Char- 
lotte Lambton, daughter of the 1st Earl of Durham, (this lady died, 1835) ; 
2ndly (1849), Lady Caroline Amelia Gordon- Lennox, eldest daughter of the 
5th Duke of Richmond, K.G. 

Brothers living, Frederick George Brabazon, heir presumptive, b. 1815; educated at 
Harrow, and at Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 1837) ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn, 1840. Residence, 3, Mount-street, Grosvenor- square, W. 

The Rev. Walter William Brabazon, b. 1821, m. 1850. Spencer Cecil Brabazon 
PONSONBY-FANE, C.B., b. 1824, m. 1847. Gerald Henry Brabazon, b. 1829, m. 1858. 

Sisters living, Augusta Lavinia Priscilla, b. 1814, Countess of Kerry, see that title. 
Emily Charlotte Mary, b. 1817. Maria Jane Elizabeth, b. 1819, m. 1838, the 2nd Baron 
de Mauley. Harriet Frederica Anne, b. 1825. 

Creations, Baron Bessborough, 1721, Viscount Duncannon, 1/23, Earl of Bess- 
borough, 1739, all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Ponsonby of Sysonby, 1749, Baron 
Duncannon, 1834, both in the peerage of Great Britain. 

&rms , Gules, a chevron between three combs, argent. (Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, 
three arrows, points downwards, one in pale and two in saltire, entwined at the intersection 
by a snake, proper. Supporters, Two lions reguardant, proper. 

Seats, Bessborough-house, Piltown, (co.) Kilkenny, and Garry Hill, (co.) Carlow, 
Ireland. 

Town Residence, 40, Charles- street, Berkeley- square, W. 
Clubs, Travellers', Brooks's. 

BESSBOROTTGH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
William, 4th Earl of Bessborough. He was b. Aug. 31, 1781, and succeeded his father, 
Feb. 3, 1844, having been previously created Baron Duncannon; was Lord Lieut, of 
Ireland: m. Nov. 16, 1805, Lady Maria Fane, daughter of the 10th Earl of Westmorland, 
'she d. 1834) 5 and d. May 16, 1847, having had issue eight sons and six daughters. 




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Best, family name of Baron Wynford. 

Bethell, ,, Baron Westbury. 

Beverley, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Northumberland. 

Bickersteth, surname of the Bishop of Eipon. 

Bingham, Lord, son of the Earl of Lucan. (see Lucan.) 

Bingham, family name of the Earl of Lucan and of Baron Clanmorris. 

Binning, Lord, son of the Earl of Haddington. (see Haddington.) 



BLACHFORD, BARON. (ROGERS.) 

FREDERIC ROGERS, P.C., K.C.M.G., 1st 
Baron, and a Baronet, son of Sir Fre- 
derick Leman Rogers, 7th Bart., who 
died 1851, by Sophia, daughter of Col. 
Charles Russell Deare, of the BcngpJ 
Artillery. Born Jan. 31st, 1811. Edu- 
cated at Eton and at Oriel College, Oxford 
(Craven Scholar 1829, B.A. 1st class in 
Classics and Mathematics 1832, Vinerian 
Scholar and Fellow of Oriel College 1833, 
M.A. 1835, and B.C.L. 1838). Called to 
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1837. Appointed 
Ourselves, and what we possess, Registrar of Joint Stock Companies 1844, 

a Colonial Land and Emigration Com- 
missioner 1845, and Assistant Commis- 
sioner for the sale of Encumbered Estates in the West Indies 1857. Was 
Permanent Undersecretary of St*te for the Colonies 1800 71. Made a 
K.C.M.G. 1809, and a P.C. 1871. Married (1847) Georgiana Mary, daughter 
of Andrew Colvile, Esq., of Ochiltree and Craigflower, K'.B. 

Jirotfirrs lining, John Charles (heir presumptive to the Baronetcy only), b. 1818. Resi- 
dence, 10, New Bond Street. Club, Athenaeum. 

The Rev. Edward, b. 1819 ; a Student of Christ Church, Oxford (B.A. 1841, M.A. 1843) ; 
appointed Rector of Odcombe, Somerset. Club. Athenaeum. 

Sinters //wmg-, Katherine. Marian, m. 1842, the Hon. and Rev. H. Legge, D.C.L., Vicar 
of Lewisham, Kent, Sophia. 

Creation, Baron Blachford of Wisdome, in the county of Devon, in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom, 1871. A Baronet, 1698. 

3rtns, Argent, a chevron gules between three roebucks courant sable, attired and 
gorged with ducal coronets or. (Crest, On a mount vert, a roebuck courant proper 




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gorged with a ducal coronet or, between two branches of laurel, vert. 

Dexter, a roebuck sable, attired and gorged with a wreath of laurel or, sinister, a 

gryphon sable, armed and beaked or, charged on the shoulder with a rose goUi. 

Seat, Blachford, Ivy Bridge, Devon. 
Club, Ath enaeuro . 



Blackwood (Hamilton-Blackwood), 
Dufferin. 



family name of the Earl of 



Blake, family name of Baron Wallscourt. 

Blandford, Marquess of, son of the Duke of Marlborough. (see 
Marlborough.) 




Virtue alone delights me. 



BLANTYRE, BARON. (STUART.) 

CHARLES STUART, 12th Baron, in the 
peerage of Scotland, a Representative 
Peer of Scotland. Born Dec. 21st, 
1818; succeeded his father 1830; edu- 
cated at Eton ; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire : married 
(1843) Lady Evelyn Sutherland -Leveson- 
Gower, 2nd daughter of the 2nd Duke of 
Sutherland, K.G., (this lady died, 1869), 
and has issue, living, 

Son, Walter, Master of Blantyre, b. 1851 : is a 
Capt. in the Argyll and Bute Artillery Militia, 
and Capt. in the Haddingtonshire Artillery 
Militia. Club, Carlton. 

Daughters, Mary, b. 1845. Ellen, b. 1846, m. 1864, Sir David Baird, 3rd Bart. Evelyn, 
b. 1848; m. 1871, the 3rd Marquess of Ailsa. Gertrude, b, 1849, TO. 1875, (Gladstone). 

Brother living, Vf'Mi&m, C.B., b. 1824, m. 1866. 

Sisters living, Fanny Mary, 6.1816, m. 1847, (Ferrand) . Georgiana Eliza, b. 1821, 
m. 1857, the Right Hon. Sir Andrew Buchanan, G.C.B. Caroline Henrietta, b. 1830, 
m. 1850, the lith Earl of Seafield. 

Creation, Baron Blantyre of Blantyre, Lanarkshire, in the peerage of Scotland, 1606. 

9nns, Or : a fesse cheeky, azure and argent, surmounted by a bend engrailed, gules, 
in the centre chief point a rose of the last. Crest, A dove with an olive branch in its 
mouth. S-ttpportarg Dexter, a wild man, wreathed about the temple and loins with 
aurel, and holding over his right shoulder a club, proper ; sinister, a lion, gules. 

Seats, Lennoxlove, near Haddington; Erskine-house, Glasgow. 
T*vn Residence, 41, Berkeley Square, W. Club, Travellers'. 



BLANTYEE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Robert 
Walter, C.B. llth Baron. He was b. Dec. 26, 1775, and succeeded his father, 1783 ; was a 
Lieut. -General in the Army: m. Feb. 20, 1813, Fanny Mary, who d. 1875, daughter of 
Capt. the Hon. John Rodney. His lordship was accidentally killed during the revolution 
in Brussels, Sept. 20, 1830, having had issue four sons and four daughters. 



DKBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 55 

BLAYNEY, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 
Bligh, family name of the Earl of Darnley. 

BLOOMFIELD, BARON. (BLOOMFIELD.) 

JOHN ARTHUR DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD 
G.C.B., P.C., 2nd Baron. Born Nov. 
12th, 1802; succeeded his father 1846; 
was appointed a Page of Honour to 
the Prince Regent (George IV.), 1812, 
Attache at Vienna, 1818, Paid Attache 
at St. Petersburg, 1823, and at Lisbon, 
1824, Secretary of Legation at Stutt- 
gardt, 1825, and at Stockholm, 1826 i 
was Secretary of Embassy at St. Peters- 
burg, 1839 44, Minister Plenipotentiary, 
Fortune aids the brave. _ * , .. ~ . .. , . . , -, p * 

ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary 

at St. Petersburg, 184451, and at Berlin, and at Anhalt-Dessau, Meck- 
lenburg-Schwerin, and Mecklenburg-Strelitz, 1851 60; and Ambassador 
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at Vienna, 1860 71 ; and a Lieut, on 
half-pay in the Coldstream Guards since 1818. Married (1845) the Hon. 
Georgiana Liddell, youngest daughter of the 1st Baron Ravensworth. 

Sisters living, Harriet Anne, b. 1806, m. 1833, (Kingscote) . Georgiana Mary Amelia, 
b. 1809, m. 1836, (Trench). 

Creation, Baron Bloomfield, in the peerage of Ireland, 1825, and Baron Bloomfield of 
Ciamhaltha, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1871. 




g, Argent : three fusils conjoined in fesse, gules, between as many cinquefoils, 
azure, on a canton of the last the prince of Wales's plume. (Crest, Out of a mural coronet, 
or, charged with two cinquefoils, azure, a bull's head, proper. Supporters, Two horses 
reguardant, argent, each gorged with a wreath of laurel, and pendent therefrom an escutcheon, 
the dexter gules, and charged with the Prince of Wales's plume, the sinister or, charged 
with a bomb fired, proper. 

Seat, Ciamhaltha, Newport, co. Tipperary, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 16, Holland Park, W. 
Club, Travellers'. 

BLOOMFIELD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Sir 
Benjamin Bloomfield, P.C. G.C.B. G.C.H., 1st Baron Bloomfield. He was b. April 13, 
1768 ; was a Lieut.- 1, en. in the Army, Col. Commandant of the Royal Artillery, and 
Governor of Fort Charles, Port Royal, Jamaica. In 1808, he was appointed General 
Attendant to George, Prince of \\ales, to whom, during the Kegency, he was Clerl: 
Marshal and Chief Equerry, as well as Private Secretary and Keeper of the Privy 
Purse; was knighted in 1815, and appointed Auditor and Secretary to the Duchy of 
Cornwall ; was sent, in 1824, as Envoy to Sweden, and was raised to the peerage of Ire- 
land in I8'^5i ni. Sept. 7, 1797, Harriet, daughter of John Douglas, Esq. of Grantham; he 
d. Aug. if, 1846, having had issue a son and four daughters. Her ladyship d. 1868. 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




BOLINGBROKE AND ST. JOHN, VISCOUNT. (ST. JOHN.) 

HENRY ST. JOHN, 5th Viscount, and a 
Baronet. Born 1820; succeeded his father 
in 1851 ; is a Dep. Lieut, of Wiltshire. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, the RPV. Maurioe 
William Ferdinand, (B.A. University of Durham, 
1850), son of the Hon. Ferdinand St. John, who 
was brother of the 4th Viscount B. 18 -.7 ; has 
been Vicar of Frampton-on-Severn since 1853 ; 
and was a Diocesan Inspector of Schools : m. 
1853, Charlotte Lucy Hamilton, daughter of 
John Dalyell, Esq. of Lingo, Fife, and has, with 
other issue, Henry Percy and Aline, twins, 
Neither to seek nor to despise honours. b. 1854. Residence, The Vicarage, Frampton- 
on-Severn, Gloucestershire. 

Sisters living, Anne Jane Charlotte, b. 1814, m. 1838, (Shawe). Isabella, b. 1816, m. 1857, 
(Horlock). 

Creations, Baron St. John of Lydiard Tregoze, and Viscount Bolingbrofce, 1712 
Baron St. John of Battersea and Viscount St. John, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1716. 
A Baronet, l6ll. 

&rmg, Argent : on a chief, gules, two mullets, or. (Crest, On a mount, vert, a falcon 
rising, or, ducally gorged, gules. 5ttpport?rs Dexter, a falcon, wings displayed, or* 
ducally gorged, gules ; sinister, an eagle, wings displayed, or, charged on the breast with 
the hames, an ancient badge of the family of Tregoze. This badge resembles an antique 
shield rimmed, gold, the field per pale, argent and gules, and charged with a crescent sable, 
thereon a label of three points, or. 

Seat, Lydiard-park, near Swindon, Wiltshire. Club White's. 

BOLINGBROKE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Henry. 4th Viscount Bolingbroke. He was b. March 1786 ; succeeded his father, Dec. 18, 
1824 : m. June 3, 1812, Maria, daughter of Sir Henry P. St. John Mildmay, 3rd Bart, (she 
d. 1836); and d.Oct. 1, 1851, having had issue two sons and four daughters. 



BOLTON, BARON. (ORDE-POWLETT.) 

WILLIAM HENRY ORDE-POWLETT, 3rd 
Baron, son of the Hon. Thomas Powlett 
Orde Powlett, who was 2nd son of the 1st 
Baron. Born Feb. 24th, 1818; succeeded 
his uncle 1850; is a Dep. Lieut and a 
Magistrate for the North Riding of York- 
shire, and a Magistrate for Southampton 
(co.) : married (1844) his cousin, Letitia, 
youngest daughter of Colonel Crawfurd, 
of Newfield, Ayrshire, and has issue, 

living, 
Love loyalty. 

Sons.-William Thomas, b. 1845; educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridee: 
appointed Capt. in the Yorkshire (Princess of Wales's Own) Hussars 1872; is a Ma- 
gistrate and Dep. Lieut, of the North Riding of Yorkshire : m. 1868, Lady Algi 
Frederica Mary Lumley, eldest daughter of the 9th Earl of ^carbrough and has issue. 
William George Algar, b. 186g. Residence, Wensley Hall, Bedale, Yorkshire. Club, 
Junior Carlton. 
Henry Robert, b. 1846. Amias Lucien, b. 1855. 




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Daughter, Jean Mary, b. 1848, m. 1865, (Cathcart). 

Brothers living, The Rev. Thomas, b. 1822, w. 1846. Amias Charles, b. 1828, m. J8.S2. 

Patron of five livings, Ludgvan, R. Cornwall. Kingsclere, V. Winslade, R. Hamp- 
shire. Wensley, R. West Witton, V. Yorkshire. 

Creation, Baron Bolton, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1797. 

^rms, Sable : three swords in pile, points downwards, argent, pomels and hilts, or, 
on a canton argent, an escutcheon, sable, charged with a salmon hauriant, proper. Crest, 
A falcon rising, or, ducally gorged, azure, charged on the breast with an estoile, gules, and 
holding in the beak a salmon, proper, ^Supporters, Dexter, a hind proper, ducally gorged, 
or, and charged on the shoulder with a white rose ; sinister, a Cornish chough, proper, 
also charged on the shoulder with a Ahite rose. 

Seats, Bolton-hall, Bedale, Yorkshire ; Hackwood-park, Basingstoke, Hampshire. 
Town Residence, 46, Prince's-gardens, S.W. C/M&S, Carlton, Boodle's. 

BOLTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, William, 
2nd Baron Bolton. He was b. Oct. 31, 1782, and succeeded his father, July 30, 180T. 
TO. May 8, 1810, the Hon. Maria Carleton, daughter of the 1st Baron Dorchestei KB, 
and d. July 13, 1850, withoutissue. Her ladyship d. 1863. 

Boltoun, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Lauderdale. 

Bootle (Wilbraham-Bootle), family name of Baron Skelmersdale. 

Boringdon, Viscount and Baron, titles borne by the Earl of Moilsy. 



BOB-THWICK, BARON. (BORTHWICK.) 

CUNNINGHAME BORTHWICK, 12thBaron, 
in the Peerage of Scotland, son of Patrick 
Borthwick, banker, of Edinburgh, who 
claimed the peerage as heir male o) ihe 
1st Lord Borthwick, but who died 1840, 
while the claim was pending. Born June 
6th, 1813; educated at Edinburgh Uni- 
versity : is a member of the London iStock 
Exchange; made good his claim to the title 
1870: married (1865) Harriet Alice, 
daughter of Hermitage Thomas Da 
He who leads. Esq., banker, of Rochester, Kent, by 

whom he has issue, living, 
.SOT?, Archibald Patrick Thomas, Master of Borthwick, b. 186/. 

Daughters, Gabrielle Margaret Ariana, b. 1866. Alice Rachel Anne, *. 1868. Violet 
Dagmar Marion Olga, b. 1871. 

Creation, Baron Borthwick of Borthwick, in the peerage of Scotland, 1452. 




, Argent, three cinquefoils sable. Cregt, A moor's head couped piepe- 
S-upportms, Two angels proper, winged or. 

Seats, Ravenstone, Wigtonshire; Soltray House, St. Andrew's. 
Town Residence, 35, Hertford -street, May-fair, W. 
Chambers, Bartholomew House, B.C. 
Clubs, Carlton, Conservative. 



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BORTHWICK, Baron, His lordship's predecessor, was Henry, llth 
trie lure, 20th) Baron, whose right to the dignity was declared in 1762. He d. 1772. 

Boscawen, family name of Viscount Falmouth and of the Baroness 
Le Despencer. 

Boscawen-Rose, Baron, title borne by Viscount Falmouth. 



BOSTON, BARON. (!RBY.) 

FLORANCE GEORGE HENRY IRBY, 5th 
Baron, and a Baronet. Born March 9th, 
1837 ; succeeded his father 1869 ; educated 
at Eton ; is a Dep. Lieut, tor Anglesey, 
and a Magistrate for that county and 
Buckinghamshire; was Capt. in the 
Bucks Militia, 1855 61, and also in the 
4th Bucks Rifle Volunteers, 18602: 
married (1859) the Hon. Augusta Caroline, 
daughter of the 3rd Baron de Saumarez, 
by whom he has issue, living, 
Honour is the reward of fidelity. Sons, George Florance, b. I860. Cecil Saumarez, 

b. 1862. Gilbert Neville, b. 1864. 
Daughter, Alice Fanny Catherine, b. 1863. Winifred Mary, b. 1872. Evelyn Mavo Mary, 

b. 1875. 

Sisters living, Rachel Fanny Anne, b. 1831, m. 1857, (Vansittart) .Alice Frederica, b. 1839, 
TO. 1861, (Malcolm). 

Patron of five livings,- Llanddona, V. Penrhos-Lligwy, V. and Llanidan, V, 
Anglesey; Whiston, R. Northamptonshire ; and, alternately with the Bishop of Oxford, 
Hedsor, R.Buckinghamshire. 

Creations, Baron Boston, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1761. A Baronet, 1704. 

arms, Argent : frette, sable, on a canton, gules, a chaplet, or. Crest, A Saracen's 
head in profile, proper, wreathed round the temples, argent and sable. Supporters, Two 
antelopes, gules, each gorged with a chaplet, or. 

Stats, Hedsor Lodge, near Maidenhead; The Grange, Hitcham, Bucks; Llanidan, 
and Porthamel, Anglesey. Club, Carlton. 

BOSTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor. was his father, George Ives, 
4th Baron Boston. He was b. Sept. 14, 1802, and succeeded his father, March 12, 1856 : 
n^ 1st, Jan. 25, 1825, Fanny Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late William Richard Hop- 
kins Northey, Esq., of Ovirig-house, Buckinghamshire (she d. I860) ; 2ndly, July 30, 1861, 
the Hon. Caroline Amelia, eldest daughter of the 3rd Baron de Saumarez ; and d. Dec. 22, 
1869. having had issue by his first marriage two sons and two daughters, and two 
daughters by his second. 

O8TON, CAROLINE AMELIA, Baroness, eldest daughter of the 3rd Baron 
de Saumarez ; m. 1861, the 4th Baron Boston, who d. 1869. 
Residence, 12, Wilton- crescent, S.W. 

Botreaux, Baron, title of the Earl of Loudoun on Eoll of H.L. 
title borne by Viscount Canterbury. 



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59 



Bottetonrt, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Beaufort. 
Bourke, family name of the Earl of Mayo. 



Bouverie, ,, 



Earl of Radnor. 



Bowes-Lyon, family name of the Earl of Strathmore and King- 
home. 

Bowmont and Cessford, Marquess of, son of the Duke of Roxburgh e. 
(see Roxburghe.) 

Boyle, Viscount, son of the Earl of Shannon, (see Shannon.) 
,, Baron, title of the Earl of Cork and Orrery on Roll of H. L. 
,, title borne by the Earl of Glasgow. 

,, family name of the Earls of Cork and Orrery, Glasgow, and 
Shannon. 



BOYNE, VISCOUNT. 




I neither fear nor despise. 



(HAMILTON-RUSSELL.) Sits as BARON 
BRANCEPETH. 

GUSTAVUS RUSSELL HAMILTON-RUSSELL, 
8th Viscount, in the peerage of Ireland. 
Born May 28th, 1830; succeeded his 
father 1872. Educated at Eton and at 
Oxford Is a Dep. Lieut, of Shropshire, 
and a Magistrate for cos. Durham and 
Meath : married (1858) Lady Katharine 
Frances Scott daughter of the 2nd Earl 
of Eldon, and has issue, living, 

Sons,- Gustavus William, b. 1864. Frederick 
Gustavus, b. 1867. Claud Eustace, b. 1871. 
Arthur, A. 1872. 

b. 1865. Constance Elizabeth, 



Daughters, Alice Katherine, b, 1862. Maud Harriet, 
b. 1866. Florence Rachel, b. 1875. 

Creations, Baron Hamilton of Stackallan, 171 5, and Viscount Boyne in the peerage of 
Ireland, 1/17; Baron Brancepeth, 1866, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

9rms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, ar<rent, between two chevron els, a ciriquefoil, the 
whole between three cross crosslets, fitche. sable for distinction in the centre chief point, 
a cross crosslet, gules, Russell; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, in the 1st and 4th quarters, 
gules, three cinquefoils pierced, ermine; 2nd and 3rd, a lymphad with her sails furled, 
sable, Hamilton. (Crests, 1st, On a wreath, a goat passant, argent, collar gemelle, and 
charged on the shoulder with an escallop sable, for distinction a cross crosslet, gules, 
Russell; 2nd, Out of a ducal crown, or, an oak tree fructed, proper, and penetrated 
transversely in the main stem by a frame-saw, proper, the frame gold, above the motto, 
Through," Hamilton. Supporters, Two mermaids, proper, hair dishevelled, or, each 
holding in the exterior hand a mirror, of the last. 

Seats, Brancepeth Castle, Durham ; Burwarton Hall, Bridgnorth. 
Town Residence, 16, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. Club, Carlton. 



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BOYNE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Gustavus 
Frederick, 7th Viscount. He was b. May 12, 171,7, and succeeded his father 1835. Edu- 
cated at Eton and at Oxford. Was a Dep. Lieut, of Shropshire, Durham, and Meath. 
Assumed the additional surname of Russell 1850. Married 1828, Emma Maria, who d. 
1870, daughter of the late Matthew Russell, Esq., M.P., of Brancepeth Castle, Durham; 
and d. 1872, leaving issue one son. 

Brabazon, Lord, son of the Earl of Meath. (see Meath.) 

family name of the Earl of Meath. 

Brackley, Viscount, son of the Earl of Ellesmere. (see Ellesmere.) 
Braco, Baron, title home by the Earl of Fife. 

BRADFORD, EARL OF. (BRIDGEMAN.) 

ORLANDO GEORGE CHARLES BRIDGE- 
MAN, P.C., 3rd Earl, and a Baronet, Lord 
Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum of Shrop- 
shire. Born April 24th, 1819: succeeded 
his father 1865; educated at Harrow, and 
at Trinity College. Cambridge (M.A. 1840); 
sat as M.P. for South Shropshire 1842 
65 ; was Vice-Chamberlain of Her Ma- 
jesty's Household 1852 and 1858 9, and 

_ Lord Chamberlain 1866 8. Appointed 

Neither rashly nor tinrdljr. Master of the Horse 1874. Is a Dep. Lieut, 

of Warwickshire and Staffordshire; has 

been Lieut. -Col. 1st battalion Shropshire Rifles since 1862, and was Capt. 

South Salopian Yeomanry Cavalry 1844 69: married (1844) the Hon. 

Selina Louisa Forester, 5th daughter of the 1st Baron Forester, arid has 

issue, living, 

Sons, Georere Cecil Orlando, Viscount Newport, M.P. b. 1845; educated at Harrow; 
appointed Cornet and Sub-Lieut. First Life Guards 1864, Lieut. 1867, retired the 
same year; l.ieut. South Salopian Yeomanry Cavalry 1868, Capt. 1869; elected M.P. lor 
North Shropshire (C.) 1867: m 1869, Lady Ida Frances Annabella Lumley, 2nd daughter 
of the 9th Earl of Scarbrough, and has with other issue, a son, b. 18/3. Residences, 
same as the Earl of Bradford. Clubs, Carlton, White's. 
Frances C :a les, ^. 1846. 

Daughters, Mabel Selina, b. 1855. Florence Catherine, b. 185Q. 

Brothers living, The Rev. George Thomas Orlando, b. 1823, m. 1850. The Rev. John 
Robert Orlando. b. 1831, m. 1862. 

Sister living, Mary Selina Louisa, b. 1829, m. 1852, (Windsor-dive). 

Patron of twelve livings, Castle Bromwich, V. Clifton upon Dunsmoor, V. Warwick - 

shire. Blymhill, R. Staffordshire. Hughley, R. Knockin, R. Tong, V. Shropshire. Great 

Lever, V. Wigan, R. New Bury, V. Lancashire. Teddington, D. Middlesex. Walsall, V. 

Weston-under-Lyziard, R. Staffordshire. 

Creations, Baron Bradford. 1/94, Viscount Newport and Earl of Bradford, 1815, all 
in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1660. 

'3rm5, Sable : ten plates, four, three, two, and one ; on a chief, argent, a lion passant 
of the field. (Crest, A demi-lion rampant, argent, holding in the paws a wreath of laurel. 
Supporters, Two leopards guardant, gules, semee of pellets. 

Seats, Weston Park, Shiffhal, Staffordshire ; Castle Bromwich, Birmingham. 

Town Residence, 43, Belgrave Square, S.W. Club, Carlton. 




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BRADFORD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George 
Augustus Frederick Henry, 2nd Earl of Bradford. He was b. Oct. 23, 1789, and succeeded 
his father, Sept. 27, 1825: m. 1st, March 5, 1818, Georgiana Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 
Thomas Moiicreift'e, 5th Bart, (she d. 1842), and by her had issue, three sons and five 
daughters; 2ndly, Oct. 30, 1849, Helen, daughter of ^Eneas Mackay, Esq, and d. March 22, 
lu65, without issue from his last marriage. Her ladyship d. 1869. 

Brancepeth, Baron, title of Viscount Boyne on Roll of H. I. 
Brand (Brand-Trevor), family name of Baron Dacre. 
Brandon, Duke of, title of the Duke of Hamilton on Roll of H. L. 



BRAYBROOKE, BARON. (NEVILLE.) 

CHARLES CORNWALLIS NEVILLE, 5th 
Baron. Born Aug. 29th, 1823 ; succeeded 
his brother in 1 861 ; educated at Eton, and 
at Magdalene College, Cambridge, (B.A. 
and M.A. 1845), and as owner of Audley 
End, is Visitor of that College; appointed 
Capt. of the 17th Essex Rifle Volunteers, 
1860. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Essex, and has been Vice- Lieut, of 
that county since 1861 : married (1849) 
the Hon. Florence Priscilla Alicia Maude, 
Incline to nothing base. 3rd daughter of the 3rd Viscount Ha- 

warden, and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Augusta, b. I860. 

Brother living The Rev Latimer, heir presumptive ; b. 1S27; educated at Eton, and at 
Magdalene College, Cambridge, (3rd in 2nd class Classical Tripos, M.A. 1849, and a 
Fellow); was appointed Master of his College in 1854, and Chaplain to the Right 
Rev. Thomas Legh Claughtori, D.D. Lord Bishop of Rochester, 1868 ; has been Rector 
of Heydon and Little Chishall, Essex, since 1851 : m. 1853, Lucy Frances, eldest 
daughter of John Le Marchant Esq. and has, with other issue, Henry, b. 1855. 
Residence, Magdalene College, Cambridge. 

Sisters living, Mirabel Jane, b. 1821. Louisa Anne, b. 1822, m. 1853, Sir Henry Vavasour 
3rd Bart. Lucy Georgiria, b. 1828, m. 1852, (Savile). 

Patron of six livings, Arborfleld, R. Waltham St. Lawrence, V. Wargrave, V. 
Berkshire; Littlebury, R. Saffron Walden,V. Heydon, R. Essex. 

Creation, Baron Braybrooke, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1/88. 

&rmg, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, gules, on a saltire, argent, a rose of the field; 2nd 
and 3rd, or, fretty, gules, on a canton of the first, a lymphad, sable. Crests, 1st, a rose, 
seeded and barbed, proper; 2nd, out of a ducal coronet, a bull's head ; 3rd, a portcullis, 
proper. uppcrt?rs -Two lions reguardant, argent, maned, sable, and gorged with 
wreaths of olive, proper. 

Seats, Audley End, Saffron Walden, Essex; Heydon-house, Royston, Hertfordshire; 
Buliiigbear, Wokingham, Berkshire. Town Residence, 42, Upper Brook-street, W. 

Clubs, Travellers', Boodle's. 

BRAYBROOKE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Richard, 4th Baron Braybrooke. He was b. March 17, 1820, and succeeded his father, 
March 13, 1858 : m. Jan. 27, 1852, Lady Charlotte Sarah Toler, daughter of the 2nd Earl of 
Norbury ; and d. Feb. 22, 1861, having had issue, two daughters. Her ladyship in. 2ndly 
1862, Frederick Hetley, Esq. and d. 1867. 




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BRAYE, BARONY OF, see "Peerages in Abeyance." 

BREADALBANE, EARL OF. (CAMPBELL.) Sits as BARON. 

GAVIN CAMPBELL, 7th Earl, and 
Baronet. Born April 9th, 1851; sue 
ceeded his father 1871 ; educated at the 
University of St Andrew's: was a 
Lord in Waiting to Her Majesty 1873 74; 
was sometime Lieut, in the Royal Renfrew 
Militia ; is a Magistrate for Perthshire : 
married (1872) Lady Alma Imogine 
Leonore Carlotta, daughter of the 4th 
Duke of Montrose. 



Brother living, Ivan, heir presumptive, b. 1859. 
Sister living, Eva, b. 1855. 
Creations, Baron Glenorchy, Benederaloch, Ormelie, and Weik, Viscount of Tay and 
PaLntland, and Earl of Breadalbane and Holland, in the peerage of Scotland, 1677. 
Baron Breadalbane of Kenmore, in the county of Perth, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1873. A Baronet, 1625. 

arms, Quarterly of four : 1st, gironny of eight, or and sable, Campbell ; 2nd, argent, 
a lymphad with sails furled and oars in action, sable, Lorn ; 3rd, or, a fesse cheeky, azure, 
and argent, Stewart of Lorn; 4th, as 1st. (Crest, A boar's head erased, proper. 
Supporters, Two stags, proper, armed and unguled, or. 

Seats, Taymouth-castle, Aberfeldy ; Auchmore-house ; Glenfalloch-house, Perthshire ; 
Armaddy- cattle, and Forest-house, Argyleshire. 
Town Residence, -22, Charles Street, W. 
*, Marlborough, White's. 




Follow me. 



BREADALBANE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
John Alexander Gavin Campbell, 6th Earl of Breadalbane. He was the son of William 
John Lamb Campbell, Esq., of Glenfalloch, Perthshire. Born March 30, 1824, and suc- 
ceeded his kinsman 1862, and by an unanimous judgment of the House of Lords was in 
1367 confirmed in the succession. Educated at Edinburgh. Entered the 79th Highlanders 
1842, exchanged to the 1st Royals and became Lieut. 1845, and Oapt. >854, retired 1855. 
Wa a Magistrate for Perthshire. M. 1850, Mary Theresa, who d. 1870, only daughter 
of J. F. Edwards, Esq. He died in March 1871, leaving issue two sons and one daughter. 

Brecknock, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess Camden. 
Bridgeman, family name of the Earl of Bradford. 




BRIDPORT, VISCOUNT. (Hooo.) 

ALEXANDER NELSON HOOD, 1st Vis- 
count and 3rd Baron, and 4th Duke of 
Bronte, in the kingdom of Italy. Born 
Dec. 23rd, 1814; succeeded his father 1868. 
Educated at Eton. Entered the Scots 
Fusilier Guards as Lieut, and Capt. 1831, 
became Capt. and Lieut. -Col. 18:J6, Major 
1846, Lieut.-Col. 1847, Col. 1854, and 
Major-Gen. 1862; was a Groom in 
Waiting to the Queen 184753, Clerk- 
Marshal to the late Prince Consort 1853 



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~-58, and has been since then Equerry to the Queen. Is a Dep. Lieut, 
and a Magistrate for Somersetshire, and a Magistrate for Devonshire, and 
Dorsetshire, a Trustee of the Koyal Agricultural Society, and Member of the 
Societe des Agriculteurs de France: married (1838) Lady Mary Penelope 
Hill, 2nd daughter of the 3rd Marquess of Downshire, K.P., and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, Arthur Wellington Alexander Nelson, M.P. b. 1839; was educated at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst; entered the 25th Foot (the King's Own Borderers) as 
Ensign, 1857, became Lieut. 1859, Capt. 1862, retired 1870; is Lieut.-Col. West Somerset 
Yeomanry Cavalry; was elected M.P. for West Somerset (C.) 1868: in. 1872, Lad/ 
Maria Fox Straugways, sister of the 5th Earl of lichester. Town Residence, 8, Gros- 
venor Gardens, S.W. Club, Carlton. 

Horatio Nelson Sandys, R.N. &. 1843, m. 18/2. William Nelson, R.N. b. 1848. 
Alexander Nelson, b. 1854. Alfred Nelson, b. 1856. Victor Albert Nelson (to whom Her 
Majesty stood sponsor), b. 1863. 
Daughters, Nina Maria, 6.1.841, m. 186l, (Ferguson) .Mary, b. 1846, m. 1868, (Eari of 

Yarmouth). Adelaide Fanny, b. 1850. Rosa Penelope, b. 1852. 

Sisters living, Mary Sophia, b. 1811, m. 1841, (Lee). Charlotte, b. '813, m. 1845 
(Rochfort). Jane Sarah, 6.1817, m. 1st, 1838, (Holbech); 2n<ily, 1853, (Hotham). 
snily, 186o, (Armytage). Catherine Louisa, b. 1818, m. 1337, (Hall). Frances Caroline. 
b. 1821, m. 1845, (Walrond). 

Patron of one living, St. Thomas's, R. Cricket, Somersetshire. 

Creations, Baron Bridport, in the peerage of Ireland, 1794. Viscount Bridport of 
Cricket St. Thomas in the county of Somerset, and of Bronte in the kingdom of Italy, m 
the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1868. Duke of Bronte, in the Kingdom of Italy, 1799. 

&rnts, Azure : a frette, argent, on a chief, or, three crescents, sable. Crest, A Cornish 
chough, proper, in front of an anchor bendwise, or. j&tipporterg, Dexter, a figure of 
Neptune, crowned with an eastern crown, or, a green robe flowing round his loins, holding 
a trident in the left hand, and resting the right on an anchor ; sinister, a sea lion, argent, 
the back, fin, and top of the tail, gules, resting the sinister paw on an anchor, or. 

Seat, Cricket St. Thomas, Chard, Somersetshire. 
Town Residence, 12, Wimpole Street, W. 
Clubs, Carlton,-^Uuited Service. 

BRIDPORT, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Samuel, 2nd Baron Bridport. He was b. Dec. 17, 1727, and succeeded his great uncle. May 
J, 1814: m. 1810, Lady Charlotte Mary Nelson (Duchess of Bronte), only surviving child 
and heir of the 1st Earl Nelson ; and d. Jan. 7, 1868, having had issue four sons anu five 
daughters. Her ladyship d. 1873. 

Brien, Viscount of, title borne by the Marquess of Lothian. 



BRISTOL, MARQUESS OF. (HERVEY.) 

FREDERICK WILLIAM JOHN 
3rd Marquess. Born June 28th, 1834 
succeeded his father in 1 864 ; was educated 
at Eton, and Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 1855); was M.P. for West Suffolk. 
1859 64; is Hon. Col. of the Suffolk 
Militia: married (1862) Geraldine Geor- 
giana Mary, daughter of Gen. the Hon. 
George Anson, and has issue, living, 
Daughters, Katherine Adine Geraldine, b. 1864, 

Alice, b. 1874. 
I shall never forget Brothers living, John William Nicholas, b. 1841. 




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Sisters living, Adeliza Georgiana, b. 1843, m. 1866, the 4th Earl of Clancarty. Mary 

Katherine Isabella, b. 1845. 
Heir presumptive, His nephew, Charles Henry Augustus, b. 1862, son of Lord Augustus 

nenry Charles Hervey, M.P., who died 1875, by Mariana, daughter of W. P. Hodnett, 

Esq., and widow of Ashton Benyon, Esq., of Stetchworth Park. 

Patron of nineteen livings, Bradfleld, R. with Rushbrook, R. Bromeswell, R. Ched- 
burgh, R. Nowton, R. Playford, V. St. Andrew, V. Rushmere, Little Saxham, R. Shotley, R. 
St. Mary, R. Tuddenham, Little Welnetham, R. Horringer, R. with Tckworth, R. 
Suttolk . Great Chesterford, V. with Little Chesterford, R. Wendons Ambo, R. and V. Essex. 
Kirkby-la-Thorpe, R. with Asgarby, R. Metheringham, V. Normanton, R. Quarrington, R. 
with Old Sleaford, V. and alternately with Mrs. H. Robinson, Brauncewell, R. with 
Anwick, V. Lincolnshire. Sproughton, R. Suffolk. 

Creations, Baron Hervey, 1703, Karl of Bristol, 1714, Marquess of Bristol, and Earl 
Jermvn. in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1826. 

*nms, Gules : on a bend, argent, three trefoils, slipped, vert. (Cregt, An ounce 
passant, sable, spotted, ducally collared, and chain reflexed over the back, or, holding in 
the dexter paw a trefoil slipped, vert. Supporters, Two ounces sable, spotted, ducally 
collared, and chain reflexed over the back, or. 

iSeats, Ickworth-park, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk j Kemp Town, Brighton. 
lown Residence, 6, St. James's Square, S.W. 
Clubs, Carlton, Travellers', Boodle's, White's. 

BRISTOL, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Frederick William, 2nd Marquess of Bristol. He was b. July 15, 1800, and succeeded his 
lather, Feb. 15, 1859 ; was for some years M.P. for Bury St. Edmund's and for West Suffolk : 
m. Dec. 30, Lady Katherine Isabella Manners, daughter of the 5th Duke of Rutland, 
(she d. 1848) : and d. Oct. 30, 1864, having had issue four sons and six daughters. 

Brodrick, family name of Viscount Midleton. 

Baron, title of Viscount Midleton on Roll of H. L. 
Broghill, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Cork and Orrery. 
Brooke, Baron and Earl, titles borne by the Earl of Warwick. 
Lord, son of the Earl of Warwick, (see Warwick.) 



BROUGHAM AND YAUX, BARON. (BROUGHAM.) 

WILLIAM BROUGHAM, 2nd Baron, son 
of Henry Brougham, Esq. of Brougham. 
Born Sept. 26th, 1795; succeeded his 
brother in 1868 ; was educated at Jesus 
College, Cambridge, (B.A. 1819, M.A. 
1822) ; was called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn. 1823 ; was for many years a Master 
in Chancery; was M.P. for Southwark, 
1831 5; unsuccessfully contested Leeds 
in the latter year ; has been Lieut.-Col. 1st 
Battalion Cumberland Rifles since 1863 : 
married (1834) Emily Frances, only 
For tde king, the law, and the people. daughter of Sir c. W. Taylor, 1st Bart. 

and has issue, living, 




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65 



Sons, Henry Charles, b, 1836; was educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
is a Dep. Lieut, of Westmoreland; has been a Clerk in the House of Lords since 1857. 
Residences, 47, Albemarle-street, W. C/riAs, Garrick, Arthur's. 
Wilfred, b. 1842, m. 1863. Reginald Thomas Dudley, b. 1853. 

Daughters, Alice Eleanora, b. 18 , m. 1863, (Edwardes). Emily Evelyn, b. 18 , 
m. 1867, (Dugmore). Sybil Mary Grenville, b. 18. 

Creation, The first Baron was created Baron Brougham and Vaux, in the peerage of 
the rnited Kingdom, 1830; he had a fresh patent granted to him, giving the remainder 
to the present peer and his heirs male, i860. 

arms, Gules : a chevron between three luces hauriant, argent. (Erest, A dexter arm 
embowed in armour, proper, the hand holding a luce fesswise, argent. Supporters, 
l>?.rter, a lion, vert, gorged with a collar, cheeky, or and gules. Sinister, a stag, argent, 
holding in the mouth a rose, gules, slipped, vert. 

Seats, Brougham-hall, Penrith; Cannes, Alpes Maritimes, France. 
Town Residence, 21, Berkeley. square, W. 

BROUGHAM AND VATJX, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his 
brother, Henry Peter, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, P.C. D.C.L. LL.D. F.R.S. He was 
b. Sept. 19, 1/78; was educated at Edinburgh; was Attorney-Gen, to Caroline, Prin- 
cess of Wales, 1820; Lord High Chancellor of England. 1830 4; Lord Rector of Glasgow- 
University ; Chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, President of the University of 
London, etc. etc.: m. April 1, 181 9, Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Thomas, 4th son of 
Sir Robert Eden, 4th Bart, and widow of John Spalding, Esq. (she d. 1865) ; and d. May 7, 
1867, having had issue two daughters, who are both deceased. 

BROUGHTON, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 
Browne, Baron, title borne by Baron Oranmore and Browne, 

family name of the Earl of Kenmare. 

M of Baron Kilmaine. 

M ,, ,, of the Marquess of Sligo. 

,, surname of the Bishop of Winchester, 

Brownlow, family name of Baron Lurgan. 




Esse quam videri. 
To be rather than to seem. 



BROWNLOW, EARL. (Ccsx.) 

ADELBERT WELLINGTON BROWNLOW 
CUST, 3rd Earl, and a Baronet; Lord 
Lieut, of Lincolnshire ; 2nd son of Vis- 
count Alford, M.P. who was eldest son 
of the 1st Earl. Born Aug. 19th, 1844; 
succeeded his brother in 1867 ; was edu- 
cated at Eton ; was Ensign and Lieut, 
in the Grenadier Guards, 18636; sat as 
M.P. for North Shropshire, 18667. Is 
a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for 
Hertfordshire ; was appointed Hon. Col. 
of the Royal South Lincoln Militia, 1868, 
and moved the Address to the Throne in 
the House of Lords, Nov. of the same 



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year; appointed an Ecclesiastical Commissioner, 1872: married (1868) 
Lady Adelaide Talbot, 3rd daughter of the 18th Earl of Shrewsbury. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, Ernest Richard Charles CUST, Esq., son of the late Hon, 
Charles Henry Cust, who was son of the 1st Earl. B. 1850. Seats, Arthingworth, 
Northamptonshire : Castle Rock Cottage, West Cowes, Isle of Wight. Town Resi- 
dence, 13, Great Stanhope Street, W. 

Patron of twenty-two livings, Aldbury, R. Little Gaddesden, R. Great Berkhamp- 
stead, V. Hertfordshire. Belton, R. Manthorpe, V. with Londonthorpe, Grantham; 
Willoughby Scott, R. Hough on-the-Hiil, V. Lincolnshire. Cheddington, R. Eddies- 
borough, V. Nettledeii, V. Pitstone, V. Wingrave, V. Buckinghamshire. Dunnington, R. 
Settringtpn, R. Yorkshire. Dunton, V. Totternhoe, V. Bedfordshire. Ellesmere, V. 
Middle, R. Whitchurch, R. with Marbury, R. Shropshire. Little Billing, R. Northamp- 
tonshire ; with Sir R. Bromley and G. White, Esq., Carlton-Scroop, R. Lincolnshire; and 
with Rector of Whittington, Frankton, V. Whittington. 

Creations, Baron Brownlow, 1 7/6 Earl Brownlow and Viscount Alford, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1815. A Baronet, 16/7. 



, Ermine, on a chevron sable, three fountains. Crest, A lion's head erased 
sable, gorged with a collar compony, argent and azure. Supporters, Two lions 
reguardant, argent, gorged with a collar compony, argent and azure. 

Seats, Ashridge, Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire ; Belton-house, Grantham, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Town Residence, 36, Belgrave Square, S.W. 
, Guards'. 



BROWNLOW, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, John 
William Spencer Brownlow, 2nd Earl and 3rd Baron Brownlow. He was b. March 28, 
1842, and succeeded his grandfather in 1853; educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford ; assumed the name of Egerton as heir to the Bridgwater estates in 1 853, and that 
of Cust in 1863 ; and d. unmarried, Feb. 20, 1867- 



Broxmouth, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Roxburghe. 
Bruce (Brudenell-Bruce), family name of the Marquess of Ailesbury. 
Bruce, Baron and Earl, titles borne by the Marquess of Ailesbury. 

,, family name of the Earl of Elgin. 

,, ,, Baron Balfour of Burleigh. 

Baron Aberdare. 



,, (Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce), family name of Baron 
Thurlow. 



of Kinloss, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Elgin, 



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Brudenell, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Ailesbury. 
Brudenell-Bruce, family name of ,, 

Bryan, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Athole. 
Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, surnames of the Duke of Buckingham, 




I love. 



BUCCLEUCH AND QUEENSBERRY, DUKE OF. (MONTAGU* 
DOUGLAS-SCOTT.) Sits as EARL OF DONCASTER. 

WALTER FRANCIS MONTAGU-DOUGLAS- 
SCOTT, P.O. K.G. D.C L. LL.D. 5th Duke 
of Buccleuch, and 7th Duke of Queens- 
berry; Lord Lieut, of Mid-Lothian and 
Roxburghshire. Born Nov. 25th, 1806; 
succeeded his father 1819 ; was educated at 
Eton, and at St. John's College, Cambridge 
(M.A. 1830) ; was Lord Privy Seal, 1842 
6; President of the Council, Jan. 
to July. 1846, and President of the British 
Association for the Advancement of 
Science, 1867. Is Col. of Mid-Lothian 
Yeomanry Cavalry, Aide-de-Camp to the 

Queen, Capt.-Gen. of the Royal Company of Archers (the Queen's Body 
Guard of Scotland), High Steward of Westminster, President of the Royal 
Horticultural Society, a Governor of the Charterhouse, and of the Royal 
Bank of Scotland, Hon. LL.D. of Cambridge, and of Edinburgh, and Hon. 
D.C.L. of Oxford: married (1829) Lady Charlotte Anne Thynne, 3rd 
daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Bath, and has issue, living, 

Son*, William Henry Walter, K.T., M.P., Earl of Dalkeith, Lord Lieut, of Dumfriesshire, 
b. 1831; educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Selkirkshire; was Lieut.-Col. of the late Mid-Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry. 
Sat as M.P. for Edinburghshire (C.) 1853 68, when he was an unsuccessful candidate ; 
reelected Feb. 18/4 : m. 1859, Lady Louisa Jane Hamilton, daughter of the 1st Duke of 
Abercorn, K.G., and has, with other issue, Walter Henry, Lord Eskdaile, b. 1861. 
Residences, Eilclon-hall, Roxburghshire ; and 3, Hamilton-place, W. Clubs, Carlton, 
Travellers', St. Stephen's. 

Henry John, M.P. b. 1832, m. 1865. Walter Charles, b. 1834, m. 1858. Charles 
Thomas, R.N., b. 1839. 

Daughters, Victoria Alexandrina, b. 1844, m. 1865, the 9th Marquess of Lothian. 
Margaret Elizabeth, b. 1846. Mary Charlotte, b. 1851. 

Patron of seventeen livings, in England, Barnwell St. Andrew, R. Barton Seagrave, R. 
Broughton.R. Geddington, V. Newton, D. Luddington-in-the-Brook, R. Little Oakley, R. 
Scaldwc-11, R. Warkton, R. Weekley, V. Northamptonshire. Winwick.V. Coppingford, R. 
Huntingdonshire. Church Lawford, R. Warwickshire. Blawith, V. Westmoreland. St. 
Andrew, Holborn, R. St. George the Martyr. R. Bloomsbury. 

Creations, Baron Scott of Buccleuch, 1606, Earl of Buccleuch and Baron Scott of 
Eskdaile, 1619, Duke of Buccleuch, Earl of Dalkeith and Lord Scott of Whitchester, 
1663, Duke of Queensberry, Marquess of Durnfries-shire, and Earl of Drumlanrig and 
Sanquhar, Viscount Nith, Torthorwald, artd Ross, and Baron Douglas of Kimnont, m 
the peerage of Scotland, 1684. Earl of Doncaster, and Baron Tindale, in the peerage of 
England, 1662. 



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2trm0, Quarterly: 1st, the arms of king Charles II. debruised by a baton sinister, 
argent ; 2nd, or, on a bend azure, an estoile between two crescents of the field, Scott 3rd, 
quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, a human heart, gules, crowned with an imperial crown, 
or j and on a chief azure, three mullets of the field, Douglas ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, a bend 
between six cross crosslets fitch^e, or. Marr ; the whole (of this quarter) within a bordure, 
or, charged with the double tressure of Scotland, gules ; the 3rd quarter is borne for the 
duchy of Queensberry; 4th, as the 1st. Crfst, A stag trippant, proper, attired and 
xinguled, or. j&upportfrs, Two female figures, habited from the waist downwards, in blue 
kirtles gathered up at the knees, the arms and bosoms uncovered , around the shoulders 
flowing mantles vert, suspended by the exterior hand ; girdles and sandals gules, and their 
heads adorned with a plume of three ostrich feathers, argent. 

Seats, Dalkeith-house, Edinburgh, N.B. ; Bowhill, Selkirk, N.B. ; The Lodge, Lang- 
holme, and Drumlanrig-castle,Thornhill, Dumfries-shire.N.B. ; Boughton-house, Kettering, 
and Richmond, Surrey. 

Town Residence, Montagu-house, Whitehall, S.W. 
Clubs, Cau-lton, Travellers', United Service, White's. 

BTTCCLETTCH AND QUEENSBERRY, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor 
was his father, Charles William Henry, K.T. 4th Duke of Buccleuch and 6th Duke of 
Queensberry. He was b. May 24, 1772; was summoned to Parliament in his father's 
Barony of Tindale in 1807, and succeeded to the family honours, Jan. 11, 1812 : m. March 
23, 1/95, the Hon. Harriet Katherine Townshend, daughter of the 1st Viscount Sydney, 
(she d. 1814) : d. April 20, 1819, having had issue five sons and six daughters. 



BUCHAN, EARL OF. (ERSKINE.) 

DAVID STUART ERSKINE, 13th Earl, in 
the peerage of Scotland. Born Nov. 
1815 ; succeeded his father in 1857 ; edu- 
cated in Germany; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Linlithgowshire ; was an officer in the 
35th Royal Sussex, and a Commissioner 
of Supply for Linlithgowshire : married 
(1849) Agnes Graham, who died 1875, 
daughter of James Smith, Esq. of Craigend 
Castle, Stirlingshire, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Shipley Gordon Stuart, Lord Camross, 
b. 1850 ; educated at Harrow; is a Dep. Lieut, 
of Linlithgowshire. Albany Mar Stuart, b. 1852. 

Brothers living, George Francis Albany, b. 1823. John M'Louglan Fraser, b. 1825. 

Sisters limnsr, Mary Margaret, b. 1811, m. 1838 (Constable). Christian Isabella, b. 1820, 
m. 1840 (Gordon). Alicia Diana, b. 1822, TO. 1st, 1843 (Hay); 2ndly, 1858 (Young). 
Elizabeth, b. 1831, TO. 1855 (Harvey). Margaret, b. 18, m. I860 (Vincent). 

Creations, Earl of Buchan, 1469. Lord Cardross, l6o6-10 confirmed to David, Lord 
Cardross, 1663-4, in the peerage of Scotland. 

Sfrms, Quarterly of four ; 1st, azure, three garbs, or, the feudal arms to the earldom 
of Buchan ; 2nd, argent, a pale, sable, Erskine 3rd, azure, a bend between six cross 
crosslets fitchee, or, Marr ; 4th, or, a fesse cheeky, azure and argent, Stewart of Kirkhall : 
over all, in the centre point, an escutcheon, gules , thereon an eagle displayed, argent, and 
in the dexter chief point a sun in splendour, or, a coat of augmentation for the lordship of 
Cardross. CTregt, A dexter arm, couped below the elbow, holding a club, all proper, 
Supporters, Two ostriches, proper. 

Seats, Amondell Park, and Kirkhill, Linlithgowshire. 
Town Residence, 107, Belgrave Road, S.W. 




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Heir, His grandson, Sydney Carr, Lord Hobart, son of Frederick John, Lord Hobart, 
who was f>. 1821, and d. 1875, by Catherine Annesley, daughter of the Rt. Rev. Thomas 
Carr, D.D. late Bishop of Bombay. B. I860. 

Sister living, Vere Catherine Louisa, TO. 1832, (Cameron). 

Created Baron Hobart of Blickling, 1728, Earl of Buckinghamshire, 1/46, both in the 
peerage of Great Britain. A Baronet, 1611. 



, Sable : an estoile of eight rays, or, between two flanches, ermine, Crest, A 
bull passant, per pale, sable and gules, semee of bezants, in the nose a ring, or. 
SuypottttSr^Vexter, a buck ; sinister, a talbot ; both reguardant, proper, and gorged with 
a radiant collar, and a line reflexed over the back, or. 

Seats, Hampden House, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire ; Richmond Lodge, 
Sidmouth. 



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his 
brother, George Robert, 5th Earl of Buckinghamshire. He was b. May 1, 1789, and suc- 
ceeded his uncle, Feb. 4, 1816 ; received the Royal permission to assume the name and arms 
of Hampden, in addition to his own, in 1824 : m. Mays, 181P, Anne Glover, daughter of Sir 
Arthur Pigot : and d. Feb. 2, 1849, without having had issue. Her ladyship d. 1873. 



Buller (Yarde-Buller), family name of Baron Churston. 
Bulwer, surname of Baroness Balling and Bulwer. 
Bulwer-Lytton, family name of Baron Lytton. 



Burdett (Burdett-Coutts), surname of Baroness Burdett-Coutts. (see 
Coutts.)' 



Burford, Earl of, son of the Duke of St. Alban's. (see St. Alban's.) 

Burghersh, Lord, son of the Earl of Westmorland, (see Westmor- 
land.) 

Burghley, Lord, son of the Marquess of Exeter, (see Exeter.) 

Burke, Viscount, title home hy the Marquess of Clanricarde. (see 
Clanricarde.) 

Burlington, Earl of, title home hy the Duke of Devonshire. 

Bury, Viscount, P.O. son, of the Earl of Albemarle. (see 
Albemarle.) 



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BUTE, MARQUESS OF. (CRICHTON-STUART.) 



Nobilis est ira leonis. 
The wrath of the lion is noble. 




He flourishes in an honourable 
ancestry. 



JOHN PATRICK CRICHTON-STUART, K.T., 
3rd Marquess, a Baronet, and Knight of 
the Papal orders of St. Gregory (Grand 
Cross) and of the Holy Sepulchre at 
Jerusalem. Born Sept. 12th, 1847 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1848 ; was educated at 
Harrow, and at Christ Church, Oxford ; is 
Hereditary Sheriff and Coroner of Bute- 
shire, Hereditary Keeper of Rothesay 
Castle, and a Dep. Lieut, of Ayrshire : 
married (1872) the Hon. Gwendolen Mary 
Anne Fitzalan- Howard, eldest daughter of 
the 1st Baron Howard of Glossop. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, James Frederick 
Dudley Crichton-Stuart, M.P., Lord Lieut, and 
Sheriff Principal of Bute, son of Lord Patrick 
James Herbert, who was brother of the 2nd 
Marquess. B. 1824 ; was educated at Trinity 

College, Cambridge; entered the Grenadier Guards 1842; was appointed Capt. and 
Lieut. -Col. 1855, retired 1861 ; is a Magistrate for Ayrshire and Glamorganshire; has 
been M.P. for Cardiff (L.) since 1857: m. 1S64, Gertrude Frances, daughter of the Rt. 
Hon. Sir George Hamilton Seymour, P.C., G.C.B., and has, with other issue, Patrick 
James, b. 1868. Residence, -25, Wilton Crescent, S.W. Clubs, United Service, 
Travellers' 1 

Patron of eleven livings (but being a Roman Catholic, cannot present), Llanmaes, R. 
Merthyr Tydvil, R. Neath, R. Roath, V. Dowlais, R. Gellygaer, R. Leckwith, R. 
Resolven, V. St. Mary, V. Cardiff. Aberdare, V. Glamorganshire. Kirk Newton, V. 
Northumberland. 

Creations, Baron Crichton of Sanquhar, and Cumnock, 1488, Viscount Ayr, 1627, 
Earl of Dumfries, 1633, Lord Cumbrae and Inchmarnock, Viscount Kingarth and Earl 
of Bute, 1703, in the peerage of Scotland, Lord Mount Stuart, l/6l, Baron Cardiff, of 
Cardiff Castle, 1/76, Marquess of Bute, and Earl of Windsor, and Viscount Mouiitjoy, 
1796, in the peerage of Great Britain. A Baronet, 1627. 

&rms Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a fesse cheeky, argent and azure, within a double 
tressure flory counterflory, gules, Stuart ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a lion rampant, azure, 
Crichton. GTwgt, 1st, a demi-lion rampant, gules, and over it the motto, " Nobilis est ira 
leonis," Stuart 2nd, a dragon, vert, flames issuing from the mouth, proper, Crichton. 
Supporters, Dexter, a horse, argent, bridled, gules; inister, a stag, proper, attired, or. 

Seats, Mount Stuart, Rothesay, Isle of Bute ; Cardiff Castle, Glamorganshire ; 
Dumfries House, Cumnock, Ayrshire. 

Clubs, C&rlton, White's, St. Stephen's, Marlborough. 

BUTE, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 
K.T. F.R.S. 2nd Marquess of Bute, and 6th Earl of Dumfries. He was b. Aug. 13, 17Q3, 
and succeeded his grandfather, Nov. 16, 1814 ; had inherited the Earldom of Dumfries 
from his maternal grandfather in 1803, and assumed by sign manual the name and arms of 
Crichton, in addition to his own ; was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Glamorgan, 
shire, and Recorder of Banbury : m. 1st, July 28, 1818, Lady Maria North, daughter 
of the 3rd Earl of Guilford, (she d. 1841), without issue ; 2ndly, April 10, 1845, Lady Sophia 
Frederica Christina Hastings, daughter of the 1st Marquess of Hastings; and d. March 
13, 1848, having had issue an only son. Her ladyship d. in 185Q. 



Biitler, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Carrick. 

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Butler, family name of the Earl of Carrick. 

,, ,, ,, Baron Dunboyne. 

,, ,, Viscount Mountgarret. 

,, Marquess of Ormonde. 

,, ,, Earl of Lanesborough. 

Byng, Baron, title borne by Viscount Torrington. 

family name of the Earl of Strafford. 

,, ,, ,, Viscount Torrington. 



BYRON, BARON. (BYRON.) 

GEORGE FREDERICK WILLIAM BYROX, 
9th Baron, son of the Hon. Frederick 
Byron, who was second surviving son of 
the 7th Baron, and Mary Jane, daughter 
of the late Rev. William Wescomb, Rector 
of Langford, Essex. Born Dec. 27th, 
1855; succeeded his uncle in 1870. Was 
educated at Harrow ; appointed Sub- 
Lieut. West Suffolk Militia 187-3. 

Brother, Charles Ernest Frederick heir pre- 
sumptive, b. 1861. 
Trust Byron. Sisters, Eva Lucy Mary, b. 1853. Margaret 

Alice, b. 1859. 
Creation, Baron Byron of Rochdale, in the peerage of England, 1643. 

3rms, Argent, three bendlets enhanced gules. (Crest, A mermaid proper. Supporters 
Two horses of a brown bay colour, hoofs or. 

Sea t, Langford Park, Maldon, Essex. 

Town Address, 5, Graf ton- street, Bond-street, W. 

BYKON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, George 
Anson, 8th Baron. He was b. June 30th, 1818, and succeeded his father 1868 : educated 
at Harrow ; served in the Scots Fusilier Guards and retired as Capt. ; was Lieut, in the 
Hants Yeomanry Cavalry 18489, and a Dep. Lieut, for Nottingham: m. 1843, Lucy 
Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of the late Rev. W. Wescomb ; he d. Nov. 29th, 16/0, 
without having had issue. 

BYRON, Baroness, LUCY ELIZABETH JANE, eldest daughter of the late 
Rev. William Wescomb, Rector of Langford, Essex ; m. 1843, the 8th 
Baron Byron, who d. 1870. 
Residence, Thrumpton, Kegworth, Notts. 




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CADOGAN, EARL. (CADOGAN.) 

GEORGE HENRY CADOGAN, 5th Earl. 
Born May 12th, 1840; succeeded his fa- 
ther in 1873; educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; was sometime 
Major in the Royal Westminster Militia. 
Sat as M.P. for Bath (C.) for a few weeks 
in 1873. Is an Hereditary Trustee of the 
British Museum, and a Magistrate for 
Middlesex and Norfolk. Appointed Par- 
liamentary Under Secretary for War 1875. 
Married (1865) Lady Beatrix Jane Craven, 
daughter of the 2nd Earl of Craven, and 
He who envies is the inferior. has issue, living, 

Sons, Albert Edward George Henry, Viscount Chelsea, b. 1866, to whom H.R.H. the 

Prince of Wales stood sponsor. Henry Arthur, b. 1868. Gerald Oakley, b. 1869. 
Daughters, Emily Julia, b. 1871. Another, b. 1874. 
Brothers living, Arthur Charles, b. 1841, m. 1870. Cecil James George, R.N., b. 1846. 

Charles George Henry, b. 1850. m. 1874. 
Sisters living, Charlotte Georgiana Mary, b. 1843, m. 1874, (Currie). 

Patron of two livings, Chelsea, R. and Upper Chelsea, R. Middlesex. 

Creations, Baron Cadogan, 1 718, Viscount Chelsea and Earl Cadogan, 1800, Baron 
Oakley, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1831. 

Slrtnss, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, gules, a lion rampant reguardant, or, Cadogan ; 2nd and 
3rd, argent, three boars' heads couped, sable. Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a dra- 
gon's head, vert. Supporters, Dexter, a lion reguardant or, gorged with a collar gemel 
flory counterflory gules ; sinister, an eagle wings elevated sable, beaked, membered, and 
navally crowned or, gorged with a riband argent, fimbriated gules, pendent therefrom a 
representation of the cross of the Imperial Austrian military order of Maria Theresa, which 
the Emperor of Austria conferred upon George, 3rd Earl of Cadogan (1814) for distinguished 
services (in co-operation with the Imperial troops) on the Coast of the Adriatic. 

Seat, Babraham, Cambridge. Town Residence, Chelsea House, Cadogan 

Place, S.W. C/w6s, Carlton, White's, Travellers'. 

CADOGAN, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry Charles 
4th Earl Cadogan. He was 6. Feb. 15, 1812, and succeeded his father Sept. 15, 1864; 
educated at Eton, and at Oriel College, Oxford (B.A, 1832) ; was created D.C.L. of the 
University of Durham, 18; sat as M.P. for Reading 18417, and for Dover, 18527, 
unsuccessfully contested Middlesex the latter year. Was Attache at St. Petersburg 1834 
5, Secretary of Embassy at Paris, 18589 (some part of the time as Charge d'Affaires), 
and Capt. of the Yeoman of the Guard 1866 7; was Col. of the Royal Westminster Militia 
until his death, and an Hereditary Trustee to the British Museum : rn. 1836, Mary Sarah, 
who d. 1873 daughter of the Hon. and Rev. Gerald Valerian Wellesley, D.D., Canon of 
Durham. He d. June 18/3, leaving issue four sons and four daughters. 

CAIRNS, BARON. (CAIRNS.) 

HUGH MAC CALMONT CAIRNS, P.C. 
D.C.L. LL.D. 1st Baron, a Knight, and 
Chancellor of the University of Dublin, 
2nd son of the late William Cairns, Esq., 
of Cultra, (co.) Down. Born Dec. 1819 ; 
was educated at Trinity College, Dublin ; 
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 
1844, and became a Q.C. and Bencher of 
Lincoln's Inn, 1856 ; Solicitor-General, 
1858 9, Attorney -General from June 
till Nov. 1866, a Lord Justice of the 
Court of Appeal 18668, and Lord High 




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Chancellor from Feb. till Dec. 1868, to which office he was re-appointed 
Feb. 1874. Sat as M.P. for Belfast, (C.) 185266. Created Hon. LL.D. 
of Cambridge, 1862, Hon. D C.L. of Oxford, 1863 ; was knighted 1858, 
and elected Chancellor of the University of Dublin, 1867 : married (1856) 
Mary Harriet, daughter of the late John MacNeile, Esq. of Parkmount, (co.) 
Antrim, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Arthur William, b. 1861. Herbert John, b. 1863. Wilfred Dallas, b. 1865. 

Douglas Halyburton, b. 1867. 
Daughters, Lilias Charlotte, *. I860. Kathleen Mary, b. 1870. 

Creation, Baron Cairns of Garmoyle, (co.) Antrim, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1867. 

'3nns, Gules : three martlets, proper, within a bordure, or. Crest, A martlet, proper. 
Supporters, On either side a hawk, proper. 

Seats, Milkten, Brechin, N.B.; Lindisfarne, Bournemouth. 

Town Residence, 5, Cromwell Houses, W. Clubs,-*- Athenaeum, Carlton. 



CAITHNESS, EARL OF. (SINCLAIR.) Sits as BARON BARROGILL. 

JAMES SINCLAIR, F.R.S. 14th Earl in 
the peerage of Scotland, and 1st Baron 
in that of the United Kingdom, a Baronet, 
and Lord Lieut, of Caitnness-shire. 
Born Dec. 16th, 1821 ; succeeded his father 
in 1855; was educated at Edinburgh; 
was a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 
1855 8, and 1859 66; was a Represen- 
tative Peer of Scotland, 1858 66 ; became 
Hon. Col. 1st Caithness-shire Adminis- 
trative Brigade Corps, 1867 ; is Inventor 
of a locomotive road steam engine, and 

patentee of the Caithness Gravitation Compass : married 1st (1847) Louisa 

Georgiana, daughter of Sir George Richard Philips, 2nd Bart, (this lady 

died 1870), and has issue, living, 

Son, George Philips Alexander, Lord Berriedale, b. 1858. 

Daughter, Fanny Georgiana Elizabeth, b. 1854. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1872), Marie, only surviving daughter of the 

late Senor Don Antonio de Mariategui, and widow of his Excellency Gen. the 

Count de Medina Pomar. 

Creations, Karl of Caithness and Baron Berriedale, in the peerage of Scotland, 1455. 
Baron Barrogill, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1866. A Baronet, 1629. 

arms, Quarterly : azure and or ; in the 1st quarter a lymphad at anchor, sails furled, 
and oars erect in saltire, within a double tressure flory counterflory, all or, for the earldom 
ot Orkney , m the 2nd and 3rd, a lion rampant, gules, Spur; in the 4th, a ship under sail, 
or, tor the^title of Caithness : over all a cross engrailed, sable, for Sinclair. (Crest, A cock, 
proper. Supporters, Two griffins, wings elevated, proper, beaked and membered, or. 

Seats, Stagenhoe-park, near Welwyn, Hertfordshire; Barrogill-castle, and Tister- 
honse, near Thurso, Caithness-shire. 

Town Residence, 46, Portland-place, W. Clubs, Brooks's, Athenaeum. 

CAITHNESS, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Alex- 
ander Campbell, 13th Earl of Caithness, b July 24, 1790; succeeded his father, July Hi, 
1823; m. Nov. 22, 1813, Frances Harriet, daughter of the Very Rev. W. Leigh, Dean of 
Hereford, (she d. 1854) : his lordship d. Dec. 34, 1855, having issue three sons. 




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CALEDON, EARL OF. (ALEXANDER.) 

JAMES ALEXANDER, 4th Earl, in the 
peerage of Ireland. Born July llth, 
1846; succeeded his father in 1855; was 
educated at Harrow, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford ; became Cornet and Sub-Lieut, 
in the 1st Regiment of Life Guards, 1867, 
Lieut. 1869, and Capt. 1873. 

Brothers living, Walter Philip, heir rresumrtiv, 
b. 1849; was educated at Harrow; appointed 
Cornet in the 2nd Dragoons, I860, and Lieut. 
1871. Charles, b. 1854. 

By sea and by land. Sister living, Jane Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 1850. 

Creations, Baron Caledon, 1/89, Viscount 
Alexander, 1797, Earl of Caledon, 1800, all in the peerage of Ireland. 

&rm8, Per pale : argent and sable, a chevron, and in base a crescent counterchanged; 
on a canton, azure, a harp, or, stringed, argent. Crest, A dexter arm embowed in 
armour, the hand holding a sword, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a mermaid with a mirror 
in her right hand, proper ; sinister, an elephant, argent. 

Seats, Caledon House, and Derg Lodge, (co.) Tyrone, Ireland ; Tyttenhanger House, 
St. Albans. 




Town Residence, 5, Carlton-house-terrace, S.W. 



Club, Carlton. 



CALEDON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, James 
Du Pre, 3rd Earl of Caledon. He was b. April 27, 1812, and succeeded his father, Adril 8, 
1839; was a Representative Peer of Ireland, and Colonel of the Tyrone Militia: m. Sept. 4, 
1845, Lady Jane Frederica Harriot Mary Grimston, daughter of the 1st Earl of Verulam; 
and d. June 30, 1855, having had issue three sons and a daughter 

CALEDON, Countess of, JANE FREDERICA HARRIOT MARY GRIMSTON, 
daughter of the 1st Earl of Verulam; m. 1845, the 3rd Earl of Caledon, 
who d. 1855 ; is a Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen. 
Patroness of two livings, St. Peter's, V. Colney, Ridge, V. Hertfordshire 
R esidences, Tyttenhanger Park, Herts; 5, Carlton-house-terrace, S.W 

Callan, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Denbigh. 

Calne and Calnstone, Viscount, titles borne by the Marquess of 
Lansdowne. 



CALTHORPE, BARON. (CALTHORPE.) 

FREDERICK HENRY WILLIAM GOTJGH 
CALTHORPE, 5th Baron, and a Baronet. 
Born July 24th, 1826; succeeded his 
father in 1 868 ; educated at Eton, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Warwickshire 
and Staffordshire, and a Magistrate for 
Hampshire and Worcestershire; was 
Lieut, in the Gloucestershire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 18539, and M.P. for East 
Worcestershire 185968. 
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CALTHORPE, heir presumptive, b. 1829; is a Magistrate for Warwickshire and Stafford- 
shire; was appointed Lieut. Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 1850; m. 1869, Maud 
Aug-usta Louisa, youngest daughter of Col. the Hon. Octavius Buncombe, and Lady 
Caroline Buncombe, and has with other issue, a son, Walter, b. 1873. Residences, 
Perry Hall, Birmingham; fi3, Rutland Gate, S.W. Club, Carlton. 
Somerset John, C.B. b. 1831, m. 1862. 

UriHZ, Frances Blanche Anne, b. 1828, m. 186l, (Ffeilden). Harriet Louisa 
Esrher, b. 1832, m. 1857, (Churchill). Isabella Eleanor Mary, b. 1833. Olivia Georgiana 
Elizabeth, b. 1834. Susan Caroline, b. 1837. 

Patron of seven livings, Acle, R. Blakeney, R. Norfolk. Edgbaston, V. St. Georgre's, V. 
Edgbaston. St. James, V. Edgbaston, Warwickshire. Elvetham, R. Hants. And, with 
the Lord Chancellor, Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe, R. Norfolk. 

Creations, Baron Calthorpe of Calthorpe, Norfolk, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1 796- 
A Baronet. 1728. 

arms, Gules : on a fesse, argent, between three boars' heads, couped, or, a lion 
t, azure. Crrst, On a wreath, a boar's head, couped, art-rent, pierced through 
the cheek with a broken spear. Supporters, Two wild men, wreathed about the temples 
and loins with oak, and holding in the exterior hand a club erect, or. 

Seats, Elvetham, Hampshire; Edgbaston, Birmingham. Town Residence, 33, 

Grosvenor-square, W. Clubs, Brooks's, Boodle's, Travellers', White's. 

CALTHORPE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Fre- 
derick, 4th Baron Calthorpe. He was b. June 14, 1790, and succeeded his brother Sept. 7, 
1S.")1 : assumed for himself only the surname and arms of Gough, 1845 : m. Aug. 1-2, lsi'3, 
Lady Charlotte Sophia Somerset, eldest daughter of the 6th Buke of Beaufort (shed. 1865); 
and d. May 2, 1868, having had issue three sons and six daughters. 

CAMBRIDGE, DUKE OF, see PEERS OF THE BLOOD ROYAL. 



CAMDEN, MARQUESS. (PRATT.) 

JOHN CHARLES PRATT, 4th Marquess. 
Born Feb. 9th, 1872, and succeeded his 
father the same year. 
Sister, Clementine Frances Anne, b. 1870. 
Heir presumptive, His uncle, George Murray, 
b. 1843 ; was educated at Eton ; appointed En- 
sign and Lieut. Grenadier Guards 1862, and 
retired 1869; became Capt. West Kent Yeo- 
manry Cavalry, 18/2. Club, Guards'. 

Patron of one living, Llanspythid, V. Breck- 
nockshire. 

Creations, Baron Camden, 1765, Viscount 
Bayham and Earl of Camden, 1/86, Marquess 
Camden and Earl Brecknock, 1812, all in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Srms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sable, on a fesse between three elephants' head? erased, 

as many mullets of the field, Pratt; 2nd and 3rd, sable, a chevron between three 

spears' heads, argent, the points embrued, Jeffreys. (CrfSt, 1st, an elephant's head erased, 

I'nitt ; 2nd, a dragon's head erased, vert, holding in the mouth a sinister hand, 

( ouped at the wrist, gules, and about the neck a gold chain, and pendent therefrom a port 

oullis, or, Jeffreys, :?upportrrs, Dexter, a griffin, sable, beak and claws, gules, gorged 

with a plain collar, argent, charged with three mullets, sable; sinister, a lion, or, collared 

as the d 




The judgment of our peers, or the 
laws of the land. 



.SV///.V, Bayham-abbey, Lamberhurst, Sussex; 
the Priory, Brecknockshire. 



Wilderness-park, Sevenoaks, Kent, 



CAMDEN, Marquess, Tlis lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Charh-s. 3rd Marquess. He was b. June :i(), isio, and succeeded his lather 186(1. Was 
educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (Hon. M.A. I860). Sat as M.P. for Brecon in 1866. 
Was Major Queen's Own West Kent Yeomanry Cavalry, and a Bep. Lieut, and a Magis- 
trate for Kent : m. 18fi6, Lady Clementine Augusta Spencer-Churchill, daughter of the 5th 
Buke of Marlborough ; and d. May 4, 1872, leaving issue one son and one daughter. 



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CAMDEN, Marchioness, CLEMENTINE AUGUSTA, daughter of the 5th Duke 
of Maryborough : m. 1866, the 3rd Marquess Camden, who d. 1872. 
Residences, 96, Eaton-square, S.W.j Bayham-abbey, Lamberhurst, Sussex. 




CAMOYS, BARON. (STONOR.) 

THOMAS STONOR, 3rd Baron, son of 
Thomas Stonor, Esq. of Stonor Park, Ox- 
fordshire. Born Oct. 22nd, 1797 ; was 
restored to his ancestral honours in 1839; 
was a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 1846 
52, 18538, 185966, and 186874: 
married (1821) Frances, daughter of 
Peregrine Edward Towneley, Esq. of 
Towneley-hall, Lancashire, and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, Francis, b. 1829 ; was educated at Oscott 
Roman Catholic College ; is a Clerk in the House 

of Lords, and a Dep. -Lieut, and a Magistrate for Oxfordshire : m. 1855, Eliza, daughter 
of the late Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, M.P. 2nd Bart, (one of the Bedchamber Women 
to the Princess of Wales), and has, with other issue, Francis Robert, b. 1856. Residence, 
78, South Audley- street, W. Club, Brooks's. 
The Rev. Edmund, b. 1831. 

Daughters, Catherine, b. 1823. Maria, b. 1832, m. 1855, Sir Charles Frederick Smythe, 
7th Bart. Agnes, b. 1833 (a nun). Harriet, b. 1836, m. 1864, (Agar-Ellis). Caroline, 
b. 1837 (a nun). Margaret Anne, b. 1839, m. 1862, (Pereira). -Eleanor Lucy, b. 1842 (a 
nun). 

Creation, Baron Camoys, in the peerage of England, 1 384. 

Slrmg, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, azure, two bars dancettee, or, a chief, argent, Stonor ; 
2nd and 3rd, vert, on a chief, gules, three plates, Camoys. (Crest, On a wreath, or and azure, 
a rock, argent, charged with spots, gules and azure, and a dov x e, proper, pecking thereat, 
with a stone, gules, in its beak. 'Supporters, Dexter, a lion rampant, or; sinister, a lion 
rampant, sable. 

Seat, Stonor, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. 

Town Residence, 31, Dover-street, W. Clubs, Reform, Brooks's. 

CAMOYS, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his ancestor, Hugh de 
Camoys, 2nd Baron Camoys, who succeeded his grandfather, 1422, and rf. unmarried 1433, 
when the Barony fell in abeyance, and so remained until it was called out in favour of the 
present peer in 1839. 



Campbell, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 
, , Baron, title borne by the Earl of Londonn. 

and Cowal, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 

,, family name of the Duke of Argyll. 

Earl of Breadalbane, 




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Campbell, family name of the Earl of Cawdor. 
,, surname of the Bishop of Bangor. 



CAMPBELL AND STRATHEDEN, BARON. (CAMPBELL.) 

WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMPBELL, 2nd 
Baron. Born Oct. 15th, 1824; succeeded 
his mother, as Baron Stratheden in I860, 
and his father as Baron Campbell in 1861; 
educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, (M.A. 18-16) ; was M.P. for 
Cambridge, borough, 1847 52, and for 
Harwich, 185960 has been Major 43rd 
Middlesex Rifles since 1862. 

Brothers living, Hallyburton George, heir pre- 
sumptive to both baronies, b. 1829; educated 
at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
Boldly and plainly. was in the Civil Service of the East India Com- 

pany, 184955; appointed Lieut, in the Rox- 
burghshire Rifle Volunteers, 1859, Major in the 40th Middlesex Rifle Volunteers, 186l, 
and Lieut. -Col. of that Regiment, 1866; is a Magistrate for Galway : m. 1S65, Louisa 
Mary, eldest daughter of Alexander James Beresford Beresford-Hope, Esq. M.P., and has 
with other issue, a son, b. 1866. Residence, 6 1, Ennismore Gardens. Club, Brooks's. 
Dudley, b. 1833. 

Sisters living, Louise Madeline, b. 1823, m. 1850, (White) .Mary Scarlett, b. 1827, 
1869, (Hardcastle). Cecilia, b. 1835, m. 1862, (Johnson). Edina, i. 1837, * 1859, (Duck- 
worth) . 

Creations, Baron Stratheden, 1836,-^Baron Campbell, 1841, both in the peerage of 
Great Britain. 

arms, Gyronny of eight, or and sable, within a bordure engrailed quarterly, or and 
azure, charged with eight buckles counterchanged. Crest, A boar's head erased, gyronny 
of eight, or and sable. Supporters, On either side a lion guardant, gules, that on the 
dexter gorged with a collar, or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon, azure, charged with a 
saltire, argent ; and that on the sinister gorged with a wreath of shamrocks, proper, there- 
from an escutchepn cheeky, or and gules. 

Seat, Hartrigge House, Roxburghshire. 
Town Residence, \7, Bruton-street, W. 
Clubs, Reform, Brooks's, St. James's. 

CAMPBELL, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 1st 
Baron Campbell, (son of the Rev. Dr. George Campbell, of Cupar, N.B.) He was b. Sept. 
15, 1779; was educated at St. Andrew's University; was called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
I nil, 1806, and became a King's Counsel in 1827 ; was returned to Parliament for Stafford, 
1830, and for Dudley two years later; appointed in 1832 Solicitor- General, and in 1834, 
^Attorney-General ; represented Edinburgh in three successive Parliaments; became At- 
torney- General to William IV. in 1835, and to Her present Majesty on her accession ; appointed 
Lord Chancellor of Ireland in 1841, and was raised to the peerage at the same time; in 
1846, became Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster ; was Lord Chief Justice of England, 
185059, and Lord High Chancellor of the United Kingdom, 185961 : m. Sept. 8, 1821, 
the Hon. Mary Elizabeth Scarlett, daughter of the 1st Baron Abinger, who was created 
Baroness Stratheden in her own right 1836, (she d. I860); and d. June 23, 1861, having 
'had issue three sons and four daughters. 

Campden, Viscount, son of the Earl of Gainsborough, (see Gainsborough.) 



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Learn to suffer. 




CAMPERDOWN, EARL OF. (DUNCAN-HALDANE.) 

ROBERT ADAM PHILIPS DUNCAN-HAL- 
DANE, 3rd Earl. Born May 28th, 1841 ; 
succeeded his father in 1867 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Balliol College, Oxford, 
(B.A. 1st class in Classics, 1861); was 
a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 1868 
70; appointed a Lord of the Admiralty 
July, 1870; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Forfarshire and Warwick- 
shire. 

Brother living, George Alexander Philips Hal- 
Firm in every fortune. dane heir presumptive, b. 1845. 

Sister living, Julia Janet Georgiana, b. 1840, m. 1858, the 4th Baron Abercromby. 

Creations, Baron Duncan and Viscount Duncan, 1/97, Earl of Camperdown, in the 
peerage ol the United Kingdom, 1831. 

Srms. Gules : in chief two cinquefoils, argent, and in base a hunting horn of the 
second, stringed, azure; and as augmentation, in the centre chief point a naval crown, 
and pendent therefrom a representation of the gold medal, given for the battle of Camper- 
down, (being two female figures representing Victory alighting on the prow of an antique 
galley and crowning Britannia), and underneath in gold letters the word " Camperdown." 
GTrest, On the waves of the sea a dismasted ship, proper. Supporters, Dexter, an angel 
proper, vested argent, mantle purple ; on the head a celestial crown, resting the right hand 
on an anchor, and holding in the left a palm branch, or : sinister, a sailor habited and 
armed, proper ; his left hand supporting a staff, thereon hoisted a flag, azure, and with the 
Lmtch republican colours wreathed round the middle of the staff. 

Seats, Camperdown, Dundee, Forfarshire ; Gleneagles, Perthshire. 
Town Residence, 39, Charles -street, Berkeley- square, W. 
Club, Brooks's. 



CAMPERDOWN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Adam, 2nd Earl of Camperdown. He was b. March 25, 1812, and succeeded his father ir. 
1859; was M.P. for Southampton. 1837 41, for Bath, 1841 52, tor Forfarshire, 1854 9; 
was a Lord of the Treasury, 1855 8 : m. 1839, Juliana Cavendish, eldest daughter of Sh 
George Richard Philips, 2nd Bart, and d. Feb. 1, 1807, having had issue two sons and 
one daughter. 

CAMPERDOWN, Countess of, JULIANA CAVENDISH, eldest daughter of 
Sir George Richard Philips, 2nd Bart.: m. 1839, the 2nd Earl of Cam- 
perdown, who d. 1867. 
Residences, same as the Earl of Camperdown. 



Canning, family name of Baron Garvagh. 

,, ,, ,, Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe. 



Canning, (De Burgh- fanning), surname of the Marquess of 
Clanricarde. 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Cantelupe, Viscount, son of Earl Delawarr. (see Delawarr.) 
CANTERBURY^ ARCHBISHOP OF, see " Lords Spiritual." 




In order to accomplish. 



CANTERBURY, VISCOUNT. (MANNERS-SUTTON.) 

JOHN HENRY THOMAS MANNERS-SUTTON, 
K.C.B., G.C.M.G., 3rd Viscount, and a 
Knight. Born May 27th, 1814; succeeded 
his brother in 1869; educated at Eton, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 
1836.) Was M.P. for Cambridge, 1839 
40 ; in the latter year he was unseated on 
petition ; was again elected for the same 
borough, 1841, and represented it till 
1847; was Under Secretary of State for 
the Home Department, 1841 6 ; Chair- 
man of Commissioners on Harbour Dues, 
18534 ; Lieut. Gov. of New Brunswick, 
185461; Governor of Trinidad, 18646, 

and Governor of Victoria 186673. Created a K.C.B. 1866, and a G.C.M.G. 

1873. Is Registrar of the Faculty Court, London. Married (1838) Georgians, 

youngest daughter of the late Charles Tompson, Esq. of Witchingham-hall, 

Norfolk, and has issue, living, 

.Son.-?, Henry Charles, b. 1839 educated at Harrow and at Magdalene College, Cambridge -, 
is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, of Norfolk; was Private Secretary to his father at 
Trinidad, 186466, and at Victoria, 1866 /I : m. 1872, Amyee Rachel, only daughter of 
the Hon. Frederick Walpole, M. P. Graham Edward Henry, b. 1843, m. 186?. John 
Gurney Henry, b. 1852. Robert Henry, b. 1854. 

Daughters, Anna. Maria Georgiana, b. J841, m. 1868, (Bright). Mabel Georgiana, b. 1847. 

Sister living, Charlotte Matilda, b. 1815, m. 1833, (Sanderson). 

Creation, Viscount Canterbury of Canterbury, and Baron Bottesford of Bottesford 
in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1835, 

9rm5, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, a canton, sable, Suttnn ; 2nd and 3rd, or, two 
bars, azure, a chief quarterly, azure, and gules, the 1st charged with two fleurs-de-lis, or, 
the 2nd charged with a lion passant reguardant, or, Manners. iCvrst, on a chapeau, gules, 
turned up, ermine, a peacock in pride, proper. Supporters, On either side an unicorn, 
argent, armed, maned, tufted, and unguled, or ; around the neck of the drxter, a chain of 
the last, therefrom pendent an escutcheon, azure, charged with a mace erect of the second ; 
around the neck of the sinister, a like chain, therefrom pendent an escutcheon, also azure, 
charged with an archiepiscopal mitre. 

S,-nts, P.rooke House, and Witchingham Hall, Norfolk. 

Town Residence, 12, Queensbury Place, S.W. Club, White's. 

CANTEKBTIRY, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Charles John, 2nd Viscount Canterbury. He was b. April 17, 1812; and succeeded his 
father, who was for many years Speaker of the House of Commons, in 1845; was 
Registrar of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, and received a pension on the abolition 
of that Court. His lordship d. unmarried Nov. 13, 186^. 



Capel, Baron, title borne by the Earl of 



family name of the Earl of Essex, 



DEERETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




Liberty. 



CARBERY, BARON. (EVANS-FREKE.) 

GEORGE PATRICK PERCY EVANS-FREKE, 
7th Baron, in the peerage of Ireland, 
and a Baronet, son of Percy Evans- 
Freke, Esq. by Dorothea, daughter of the 
Rev. Christopher Harvey, D.D. of Kyle, 
Wexford. Born March 17th, 1801; suc- 
ceeded his uncle in 1845: married (1852) 
Harriet Maria Catherine, daughter of' 
the late Lieut-Gen. Edward William 
Shuldham, E.I.C.S. of Dunmanway, (co.) 
Cork, and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Georgians Dorothea Harriet, b. 1853. 
Brothers living, Fenton John, heir presumptive, b. 1806; entered the 2nd Life Guards, 

1835, became Lieut. 1837, Capt. 1842, Major in the Army, 1854, Lieut.-Col. (unattached) 

1859 : m. 1851, Lady Katherine Felicia Pakenham, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Longford, 

Residence 9, Lowndes-street, S.W. 

William Charles, *. 1809, m. 1st, 1840 ; 2ndly, 1866. 

Sister Hiring, Jane Grace Dorothea, m. 1843, the Hon. and Right Rev. Charles Brodrick 
Bernard, D.D. Lord Bishop of Tuam. 

Patron of one living, Laxton, V. Northamptonshire. 

Creations, Baron Carbery, of Carbery, co. Cork, in the peerage of Ireland, 1715. A 
Baronet, 1768. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sable, two bars, and in chief three mullets, or, Freke ? 
2nd and 3rd, argent, three boars' heads couped, sable, Kvuns. (CrfSt, 1st, a bull's head 
couped at the neck, sable, collared and chained, or, Freke; 2nd, a demi-lion rampant re- 
guardant, or, holding in the paws a boar's head, sable, Evans. Jc-upporicrs, Two lions 
raguardant, or, ducally crowned, azure. 

Seals, Castle Freke, (co.) Cork, Ireland, and Laxton-hall, Wansford, Northampton- 
shire. 

CARBERY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Sir John 
Evans Freke, Bart. 6th Baron, b. Nov. 11, 1/65 ; succeeded his cousin, March 4, 180"; he 
was for some time a Representative Peer of Ireland ; TO. 1788, Catherine Charlotte, daughter 
of the 2nd Earl of Arran : his lordship d. May 12, 1845, without having isaue. Her ladyship 
survived him seven years. 



Cardiff, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 

CARDIGAN, Countess of, ADELINE LOUISA MARIA, only daughter of the 
late Spencer Horsey de Horsey, Esq., by Lady Louisa, youngest daughter 
of the 1st Earl of Stradbrcke: m. 1st 1858, as his 2nd wife, the 7th 
Earl of Cardigan, who d. 1868; when his titles merged into that of his 
cousin, the Marquess of Ailesbury ; 2ndly 1873, the Count de Lancastre, 
nephew of Field Marshal the Duke of Saldanha. 
Seat, Deene-park, Wandsford, Northamptonshire. 

Town Residence. 43, Portman-square, W. Marine Residence, Rose-cottage, Cowes, 
Isle of Wight. 

Cardigan, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Ailesbury. 



Cardross, Lord, son of the Earl of Buchan. (see Buchan.) 



DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




CARDWELL, VISCOUNT. (CARDWELL.) 

EDWARD CARDWELL, P.C., D.C.L., 1st 

Viscount, eldest son of the late John 
Card well, Esq., of Liverpool, by Elizabeth, 
daughter of the late Richard Birley, Esq. 
Born July 24th, 1813. Educated at 
'Winchester and at Balliol College, Oxford 
(B.A. double first-class 1835), Fellow of 
his College, 1836, and Hon. D.C.L. 1863. 
Called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 
1838, and went the Northern Circuit. 
Was Joint 'Secretary to the Treasury 
from Feb. 1845 till June 1846; President 
Valiant and watchful. o f the Board of Trade from Dec. 1852, 

when he was sworn a member of the Privy Council, till Feb. 1855; 
Chief Secretary for Ireland, with a seat in the Cabinet, from June 1859 
till July 1861; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster from July 1861 
till April 1864, Secretary of State for the Colonies from April 1864 to 
July I860, and Secretary of State for War from Dec. 1868 till Feb. 1874. 
Is a Magistrate for Lancashire. Sat as ALP. for Clitheroe (L.) from 
1842, when he was seated on petition, till July 1847, and for Liverpool 
from July 1847 till July 1852. Unsuccessfully contested in 1852 Liverpool 
and Ayrshire. Represented Oxford city from Jan. 1853 till April 1857, 
when he was an unsuccessful candidate; and from July 1857 till Feb. 1874. 
Married (1838) Anne, youngest daughter of the late Charles S. Parker, Esq., 
of Fairlie, N.B. 
Brother living, Charles, b. 181". 

sisters />/#, Jane, 6. 1815, m. 1843, Vice-Admiral Edward Gennys Fanshawe, C.B., 
Elizabeth, b. 1822, m. 1856, Sir Henry Thring, K.C.B., Barrister-at-Law. 

Creation, Viscount Cardwell, of Ellerbeck, in the county of Lancaster, 1874. 
2nns, Argent, a chevron sable, in base a maiden's head erased proper, ducally 
crowned or, on a chief of the second two maidens' heads erased, also proper, ducally 
crowned or. (Trcst, A man in armour, holding 1 in the dexter hand a war mace, all 
proper, charged on the breast with a cross pattee gules. Supporters. On either side a man 
in armour holding in the exterior hand a battle-axe, all proper, charged on the breast with 
a ci-oss pattee gults. 

Seat, Ellerbeck-hall, near Chorley, Lancashire. 

Tuicn Residence, /4, Eaton -square, S.W. Club, Athenaeum. 

CAREW, BARON. (CAREW.) 

ROBERT SHAPLAND CAREW, K.P., 2nd 
Baron, Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum 
of Wexford. Born Jan. 28th, 1818; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1856; was educated at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; has been Col. of 
the Wexford Militia since 1847; was M.P. 
for Waterford 1840 7 ; is a Magistrate for 
Waterford : married (1844) Emily Anne. 
2nd daughter of Sir George Richard 
Philips, 2nd Bart, and has issue, living, 
Son, Robert Shapland George Julian, b. I860, 
Not to admire. Geor & e Patrick John > * 1863 ' 

Brother living, Shapland Francis, b. 1826, m. 1858. 




84 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Sinters living, Anne Dorothea, b. 1822, m. 1851, (Gilbert) .Ellen Jane, b. 1824, m. 1846, 
(Brune). 

Creations, Baron Carew, in the peerage of Ireland, 1834. Baron Care w, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1838. 

firms, Or : three lions passant, sable. Crest, An heraldic antelope, passant, sable, 
horned and tufted, or. Supporters, Two heraldic antelopes, gules, horned and tutted, or. 

Seats, Castle-Boro', Ross, (co.) Wexford, and Woodstown, (co.) Waterforcl, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 28, Belgrave-square, S.W. Clubs, Brooks's, Reform. 

CAREW, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Robert 
Shapland, K.P. 1st Baron Carew. He was b. March 9, 1787 ; was raised to the Irish peer- 
age, 1834, and to that of the United Kingdom, 1838; was Lord Lieut, of Wexford: m. 1816, 
Jane Catherine, daughter of Major Anthony Cliffe ; and d. June 2, 1856, having had issue 
two sons and two daughters. 

CAREW, Dowager Baroness, JANE CATHERINE, daughter of Major An- 
thony Cliffe of Abbey Braney, and New Ross, (co.) Wexford: m. 1810, 
the 1st Baron Carew, who d. 1856. 
R evidence, Woodstown, Waterf ord. 



CARINGTON, BARON. (CARINGTON.) 

CHARLES ROBERT CARINGTON, 3rd Ba- 
ron. Born May 16th, 1843; succeeded 
his father in 1868 ; was educated at Eton, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. 
1863) ; entered the Royal Horse Guards, 
1865, became Lieut. 1867, Capt. 1869; 
late Capt. Bucks Yeomanry Cavalry ; is a 
Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Bucking- 
hamshire; sat as M.P. for Wycombe, 
1865 8. Accompanied H.R.H. the Prince 
of Wales to India, 1875. 
Persevering and faithful. Brothers living, William Henry Peregrine, M.P. 

heir presumptive, b. 1845; was educated at 

Eton; entered the Grenadier Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 1864, Lieut, and Capt. 1867, 
and Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 18/2. Has sat as M.P. for Wycombe (L.) since 1868, and in 
1871 was appointed Secretary to Baron Aveland, Deputy Great Chamberlain ? m. 1871, 
Juliet, only daughter of Francis Warden, Esq. Residence, Royal Court, House of 
Lords, S.W. 

Rupert Clement George, b. 1852. 
Sisters living, Augusta Clementina, b. 1841, m 1864, (Campbell). Eva, b. 1847; m. 186g, 

Viscount Petersham, eldest son of the 7th Earl of Harrington. 

Half -Sister living, Cecilia. Kathenne Mary, b. 1826, m. 1853, the l ith Baron Colville of 
Culross. 

Patron of seven livings, Gayhurst, cum Stoke Goldington, R. Bledlow, V. Moulsoe, R. 
High Wycombe, V. Bucks. Humberston, V. Lincolnshire. And with the Hon. G. L. 
Vaughan, Llanghhy, V. Llanvair-Clydogan, V. Cardiganshire. 

Creations, Baron Carington, in the Irish peerage, 1796, Baron Carington, in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom, 1/y/. 

<&vms, Or: a chevron cottised, between three demi- griffins, the two in chief 
respectan't each other, in sable. Crest, An elephant's head, erased, or, eared, gules, 
charged on the neck with three fleur-de-lis, two and one, azure. Supporters Two griffins, 
wings elevated, sable, the dexter charged with three fleurs-de-lis, the sinister with three 
trefoils slipped, or. 




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Seat, Wycombe-abbey, and Gayhurst, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. 
Clubs, Boodle's, Garrick, White's. 

CARINGTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Robert 
John, 2nd Baron Carington. He was b. Jan. 16, 1/96, and succeeded his father Sept. 18, 
1838 ; was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Buckinghamshire, and Col. of the Royal 
Bucks King's Own Militia : m. 1st, June I/, 1622, the Hon. Elizabeth Katherine Forester, 
2nd daughter of the 1st Baron Forester (she d. 1832), leaving issue a daughter ; 2ndly, 
Aug. 2, 1840, the Hon. Charlotte Augusta Annabella Drummond-\Villoughby, youngest 
daughter of the 20th Baron Willoughby de Eresby ; and d. Mar. 17, 1868, having had issue 
from second marriage three sons and two daughters. 

CARINGTON, Baroness, CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA ANNABELLA, youngest 
daughter of the 20th Baron Willoughby De Eresby ; m. 1840, as his 2nd 
wife, the 2nd Baron Carington, who d. 1868. 
Residence 8, Whitehall Yard, S.W. 

Carleton, Baron, title of the Earl of Shannon on Roll of H. L. 
family name of Baron Dorchester. 

CARLINGFORD, BARON. (PARKINSON-FORTESCUE.) 

CHICHESTER SAMUEL PARKINSON-FOU- 
TESCUE, P.O., 1st Baron, son of the late 
Lieut. -Col. Chichester Fortescue, M.P., of 
Dromisken, co. Louth, by the daughter of 
the late Samuel Hobson, Esq., of Water- 
ford. Born Jan. 18th, 1823. Educated 
at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1st class 
in Classics, 1844, M.A. 1847.) Was a 
Lord of the Treasury from Jan. 1854 till 
April 1855, Under Secretary of State for 

_^ the Colonies from June 1857 till March 

A strong buckler is the safeguard 1858, and from June 1859 till 1865, Chief 
of generals. Secretary for Ireland from 1865 till July 

1866, and from Dec. 1868 till Jan. 1871, and President of the Board of 
Trade from Jan. 1871 till Feb. 1874. Is Lord Lieut, of Essex, a Dep. Lieut, 
and a Magistrate for co. Louth, and a Magistrate for Somersetshire ; is heir- 
presumptive to his brother, Baron Clermont. Sat as M.P. for co. Louth (L.) 
from 1848 till Feb 1874, when he was an unsuccessful candidate. Assumed 
in 1S<;;J, the additional name of Parkinson. Married (1863) Frances, 
Countess Waldegrave (see that title.) 

Creation, Baron Carlingford, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1874. 

9rmg, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, a bend engrailed argent, cottised or. Fortescue; 
2nd and 3rd, per chevron gules and azure, on a chevron engrailed argent, between three 
ostrich feathers erect of the third as many pellets, 1'arkinxon. (Tvrsts, 1st, a heraldic tiger 
proper, supporting with his tore paw a shield argent, Fortescue; 2nd, on a wreath a falcon, 
wings addnrsi'd proper, belled or, charged on the breast with a pellet and holding in the 
beak an ostrich ft at her argent, Parkinson. Supporters, On either side a morse deer 
proper, attired or, and gorged with a wreath of trefoils also proper, charged on the 
shoulder with a crescent gold. 

Seats, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham ; Chewton Priory, Bath ; Dudbrook House, 
Brentwood, Essex ; Red House, Arden, co. Louth. 

Tuu-n n>-siili'>uT,7, Carrton Gardens, S.W. 

Clubs, Reform, Brooks's, Travellers', Cobden. 




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CARLISLE, BISHOP OF, see Lords Spiritual." 




J am willing, but not able. 



CAELISLE, EARL OF. (HOWARD.) 

THE REV. WILLIAM GEORGE HOWARD, 
8th Earl, son of George, K.G. Gth Earl. 
Born Feb. 23rd, 1808; succeeded his 
brother, 1864; educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 3rd class, 
Lit. Hum. and 3rd class in Classics and 
Mathematics 1837, M.A. 1840), was Rector 
of Londesborough, Yorkshire, 1832 66 ; 
is senior co-heir to the Barony of 
Clifford. 

Brothers lining, Edward Granville George, R.N., 
heir presumptive, 1st Baron Lanerton. 
Charles Wentvvorth George, M.P., b. 1814, m. 1842. Henry George, b. 1818, m. 1855. 

Sisters living, Caroline Georgiana, b. 1803, m. 1823, (Lascelles). Elizabeth Anne 
Georgians Dorothea, b. 1816, m. 1840, (Grey). Mary Matilda Georgiana, b. 1823, 
m. 1852, the 1st Baron Taunton. 

Patron of five livings, Brampton, V. Farlam, V. Lanercost- abbey, V. Cumberland. 
Slingsby, R. Yorkshire. Morpeth, R. Northumberland. 

Creation, Baron Dacre, Viscount Howard of Morpctb, and Earl of Carlisle, in the 
peerage of England, l66l. 

rmg, Quarterly of six : 1st, gules, a bend between six cross crosslets fitche"e, argent, 
on the bend an escutcheon, or, charged with a demi-lion, pierced through the mouth with 
an arrow, within a double tressure flory counterflory, all gules, and above the escutcheon 
a mullet, sable, for difference, Howard ; 2nd, gules, three lions passant guardant, or, and 
a label of three points, argent, Thomas of Brothcrton, son of Edward 1 ; 3rd, cheeky, or 
and azure, Warren, Earl Warren and Surrey ; 4th, gules, a lion rampant, argent, Mow- 
braij, duke of Norfolk; 5th, gules, three escallops, argent, Dacre; 6th, barry of &ght, ar- 
gent and azure, three chaplets of roses, proper, Greystock. (JTrest, On a cbapeau, gules, 
turned up ermine, a lion statant guardant, with the tail extended, or, ducally gorged, 
argent. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, argent, charged with a mullet, sable, for difference ~, 
sinister, a bull, gules, armed, unguled, ducally gorged and lined, or. 

Seats, Castle Howard, Malton, Yorkshire ; Naworth-castle, Brampton, Cumberland. 



CARLISLE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor \vas his brother, George 
William Frederick, K.G. /th Earl of Carlisle. He was b. April 18, 1802, and succeeded his 
father, Oct. 7, 1848; his lordship, a distinguished statesman, literary and philanthropic 
gentleman, was appointed Chief Secretary of Ireland in 1835, and held that office until 1841 ; 
was a Chief Commissioner of Woods and Forests, 1846-50 ; Chancellor of the Duchy of 
Lancaster, 1850-2; Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 1855-8, and was re-appointed in 1859, which 
office he held until he retired into private life in consequence of ill-health, 1864 ; and d. 
unmarried Dec. 5, of that year. 



Carlow, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Portarlington. 
Carmarthen, Marquess of, son of the Duke of Leeds, (see Leeds.) 



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87 




CARNARVON, EARL OF. (HERBERT.) 

HENRY HOWARD MOLYNEUX HERBERT, 
P.O. D.C.L. 4th Earl. Born June 24th, 
1831 ; succeeded his father in 1849; was 
educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford (B.A. 1st class in Classics, 1852, 
D.C.L. 1859); was Under Secretary, 
18579, and Secretary of State for the 
Colonies, 1866 7, to which office he 
was re-appointed, 1874; has been High 
Steward of Oxford University since 1859 ; 
was Major in the Hampshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry, 1862 8; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Hampshire, 
Constable of Carnarvon Castle, and Dep. Grand Master of the Freemasons of 
P^ngland (1870) ; author of * The Druses of Lebanon :" married (1861) Lady 
Evelyn Stanhope, who died 1875, only daughter of the 6th Earl of 
Chesterfield, and has issue, living, 

Son, George Edward Stanhope Molyneux, Lord Porchester, b. 1866. 
Daughters, Winifred Anne Henrietta Christina, b. 1864. Margaret Leonora Evelyn 

Selina, b. 18/0. Victoria Alexandrina Mary Cecil, b. 1875. 
Brothers Hinm*, Alan Percy Harty Molyneux, M.D., b. 1836. Auberon Edward William 

Molyneux, M.P., b. 1838, m. 1871. 

Sisters living, Eveline Alicia Juliana, b. 1834, m. 1855, the 5th Earl of Portsmouth. 
^Gwendolen Ondine, b. 1842. 

Patron of five livings, Highclere, R. Burghclere, R. Woodcott, D. Hampshire. 
Seagry, V. Wiltshire. Brushford, R. Somersetshire. 

Creations, Baron Porchester, 1/80, Earl of Carnarvon, 1793, both in the peerage 
of Great Britain. 



, Per pale : azure and gules, three lions rampant, argent ; a crescent for differ- 
ence. (Treat, A wyvern, wings elevated, vert; in the mouth a sinister human hand 
couped at the wrist, gules, x-upportcrs, Dexter, a panther, argent, incensed, proper, 
spotted with hurts and torteaux alternately ; sinister, a lion, argent ; both ducally gorged 
per pale, azure and gules, with chain rettexed over the backs, or, and charged on the 
shoulder with an ermine spot, sable. 

Senta, Highclere-castle, near Newbury. Hampshire; Pixton-park, near Dulverton, 
Somersetshire. Town Residence, 16, Bruton-street, W. 

Ciw6s,Carlton, Travellers', Athenaeum, St. Stephen's. 

CARNARVON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry 
John George, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon. He was b. June 8, 1800, and succeeded his father, 
April 16, 1833: m. Aug. 4, 1830, Henrietta Anna, daughter of Lord Henry T. Molyneux 
Howard, and niece of the 12th Duke of Norfolk: and d. Dec. 9, 1849, having had issue 
tl r ;e sons and three daughters. 

CARNARVON, Dowager Countess of, HENRIETTA ANNA, daughter of 
Lord Henry Thomas Molyneux Howard, and niece of the 12th Duke of 
Norfolk, b. 1804; m. l&iU, the 3rd Earl of Carnarvon, who d. 1849. 
Patroness of two livings, Kneeton, V. and 'reversal, R. Nottinghamshire. 
Residence, The Manor House, Teversal, near Mansfield. 

Carnegie, Lord, son of the Earl of Southesk. (see Southesk,) 
,, family name of the Earl of Northesk. 

M Earl of Southesk. 



88 



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CARNWATH, EARL OF. (DALZELL.) 

HARRY BURBA RD DALZELL, 14th Earl 
in the peerage of Scotland, and a Baronet, 
son of the 10th Earl. Born Nov. llth, 
1804; succeeded his brother 1875. For- 
merly Col. in the Bengal Artillery: mar- 
ried (1827) Isabella, who died 1867, 
only daughter of the Rev. Alexander 
Campbell, and has issue, living, 

Daughter, Edith Isabella, b. 18. 

Brother living, Robert Alexander George, C.B., 
heir presumptive, l>. 1816 ; late of the Grenadier 
Guards, and previously Lieut.-Col. commanding the Highland Dep6t Battalion at Malta 
and the 63rd Foot; retired from the Arrny 185/ ; served in the Crimea, and was present 
at the battles of Alma, Inkermann, and Balaklava, and at the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; 
has the Crimean medal and four clasps, and the Sardinian and Turkish war medals ; is a 
Knk'ht of the Medjidie : m. 1846, Sarah Bushby, daughter of Jo! n Harris, Esq., of Eldou 
House, London, Caaada, and has with other issue, Robert Harris Carnwath, b. 184;. 
Residence, Torquay, Devon. 
Sister living, Emma Maria. 

anus, Sable : a naked man in pale, proper. (Crest, A dagger erect, proper, pomel and 
hilt, or. uppc:tm$ Two men in complete armour, the visors of their helmets up, each 
having a shield on the exterior arm, and holding a spear in the interior hand, all proper. 

Creations, Baron Dalzell and Libberton, lfi-28, Karl of Carnwath, in the peerage of 
Scotland, l63y. A Baronet of Nova Scotia, 1666. Robert, the 6th Earl, had his titles for- 
feited by attainder, but they were restored to the family, 1826. 

Town Residence, 23, Eaton Place, S.W. Club, United Service. 

CARNWATH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Arthur Alexander, 13th Earl. He was b. Sept. 15, 1799, and succeeded his nephew 18/3. 
Entered the Army 181Q, became Lieut. 1824/Capt. 1826, Major 1841, Lieut.-Col. the same 
year, Col. of the 48th Foot 1865, Lieut. -Gen. 1865, Gen. 18/3. Commanded at Shornclifle 
18615, and previously the Cork and Dublin Districts and Divisions. He d. unmarried 18/5. 

CARNWATH, Dowager Countess of, ISABELLA, daughter of the late Col. 
Eardley Wilmot, and widow of John Hartpole Lecky, Esq.: m. 1855, as 
his 2nd wife, the llth Earl of Carnwath, who d. 1867. 
Residence, 15, Cromwell Place, South Kensington, W. 




Be steadfast. 



CARRICK, EARL OF. (BUTLER.) 

SOMERSET ARTHUR BUTLER, 5th Earl, 
in the peerage of Ireland, son of Som- 
erset Richard, 3rd Earl. Born Jan. 
30th, 1835; succeeded his brother in 1846; 
was educated at Harrow; entered the 
Grenadier Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 
1853, became Lieut, and Capt. 1856, and 
retired, 1862. Served during the Crimean 
war ; was present at the siege of Sebas- 
topol, and has received the Crimean medal 
and clasp. 

Heir presumptive, Charles Henry Somerset, son 
of Capt. Charles Geo. Butler, of the 86th Foot, 



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who was son of Lieut.-Gen. the Hon. Henry Edward Butler, uncle of the present 
peer. B. 1851. 

Sisters living, Sarah Juliana, b. 1812, m. 1832, the 3rd Earl of Clancarty. Anne Mar- 
garet, b. 1829, m. 1861, (Lloyd). Lucy Maria, b. 1837, m. 1863, the 6th Baron Massy. 

Creations, Baron Butler, 160/, Viscount Ikerrin, 1629, Earlol Carrick, in the peerage 
of Ireland, 1748. 

arms, Or : a chief indented, azure, a crescent for difference. (Crest, Out of a du al 
coronet, or, a plume of ostrich feathers, and issuant therefrom a demi-falcon rising, all 
argent. Supporters, Dexter, a falcon, wings inverted, argent, beaked, membered, and 
belled, or; sin inter, a male griffin, argent, beaked, membered, armed, collared and chained, 
or. On each supporter, a crescent for difference. 

Seat, Mount Juliet, Thomastown, (co.) Kilkenny, Ireland, 

CARRICX, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Henry 
Thomas, 4th Earl of Carrick, b. Feb. 19, 1834; succeeded his father, Feb. 4, 1838: d, 

A,.ril Ifi. 184(i. 

CARRICK, Countess of, LuCY, 3rd daughter of the late Arthur French, 
Esq. of Innfield; m. 1st, 1883, as his second wife, the 3rd Earl of Carrick, 
who d. 1838; 2ndly, 1842, as his 2nd wife, the Hon. Charles Harward 
Butler-Clarke-Southwell- Wandesford, who d. 1860. 
Residence, 

Carrick, Earl of, title borne by the Prince of Wales. 
Carrickfergus, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Donegall. 

CARRINGTON, BARON. (see CARINGTON). 
Gary, family name of Viscount Falkland. 
Caryngtoun, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Dalhousie. 

CARYSFORT, EARL OF. (PROBY.) Sits as BARON. 

WILLIAM PROBY, 5th Earl, K.P. Born 
Jan. 18th, 1836 ; succeeded his brother 
1872. Educated at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge (M.A. 1858). Was Capt Wicklow 
Militia 186172. Is a Dep. Lieut, for 
Huntingdonshire, and a Magistrate for 
that county and for co. Wicklow, of 
which latter he was High Sheriff' 18656. 
Married (1860) Charlotte Mary, daughter 
of the Rev. Robert B. Heathcote, of 
Friday Hill, Chingtbrd, Essex. 
This hand is hostile to tyrants. 

Staters living', -Elizabeth Emma, m. 1844, Lord 
Claud Hamilton, P.C. M.P. Theodosia Gertrude, m. 1859, (Baillie.) 

[There is no heir to the Earldom ; but it is believed that there is, however, a very 
distant relative who would succeed to the Barony.] 

Creations, Baron Carysfort, 1752, Earl of Carysfort, 1/89, both in the peerage of 
Ireland. Baion Carysfort of Norman Cross, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1801. 




DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



firms,- -Ermine : on afesse, gules, a lion passant, or. (Trcst, An ostrich's head, erased 
at the neck, argent, ducally gorged, and holding in the beak a key, or. ^uppcrtrrs, Def- 
ter, an ostrich, argent, ducally gorged, and holding a key in the beak, or; sinister, a 
talbot, sable. 

Sents, Elton-hall, Peterborough, Northamptonshire ; Glenart-castle, Arklow, (co.) 
Wicklow. 

Town Residence, 10, Hereford Gardens, W. 
Clubs, Brooks's, Kil dare- street (Dublin) . 

CARYSFORT, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Granville Leveson, K.P., P.C., 4th Earl of Carysfort. He was b. Sept. U, IS-25, and suc- 
ceeded his father 1868. Entered the 43rd Foot 1842, exchanged as Lieut, into the /4th 
Highlanders 1847, became Capt. 1850, and retired 1853. Was Comptroller of Her Majesty's 
Household 185966, a Dep. Lieut, of Wicklow, and a Magistrate for that county and for 
Huntingdonshire. Married 1833, Lady Augusta Maria Hare, eldest daughter of the 2nd 
Earl of Listowel, and d. May 1872, without issue. 

CARYSFORT, AUGUSTA MARIA, Countess of, eldest daughter of the 2nd 
Earl of , Listowel: m. 1853, the 4th Earl of Carysfort, who d. 1872. 
Residence, 13, Grosvenor Crescent, S.W. 

Cassillis, Earl of, son of the Marquess of Ailsa. (see Ailsa.) 
Castle-Avon, Baroness, title borne by the Countess of Cromartie. 
Castlecoote, Baroness, (see Countess of Milltown.) 
Castle-Cuffe, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Desart. 
Castle-Durrow, Baron, ,, Baron Ashbrook. 



CASTLEMAINE, BARON. (HANDCOCK.) 

RICHARD HANDCOCK, 4th Baron, in the 
peerage of Ireland, a Representative Peer 
for Ireland. Born July 26th, 1826 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1869 ; is a Dep. Lieut. 
and a Magistrate for co. Westmeath : 
married (1857) the Hon. Louisa Matilda 
Harris, only daughter of the 2nd Baron 
Harris, ami has issue, living, 
S'JHS, Albert Edward, b. 1863. Arthur, b. 1864. 

Daughters, Agnes Isabella, b. 186l. Florence 
Margaret, b. 1862. Edith Louisa, b. 1865. 
Margaret, b. 1867. Alice, b. 186y, 
Brother living, Robert John, b. 1830, m. 1856. 

Sisters lining, Florinda, b. 1823, m. 1854, (Bateson). Annette, b. 1828, m. 1858, (Caulfield). 
Creation, Baron Castlemaine, of Moydrum Castle, in the peerage of Ireland, 1812. 
STrmg Ermine : on a chief, sable, a dexter hand between two cocks, argent. Crest, 
demi-lion rampaiit, azure, holding a lozenge, argent, charged with a cock, gules. 
Supporters, Dexter, a lion guardant, azure; and sinister, a cock, proper. 

Seats, Moydrum-castle, and The Hare Island, Athlone, (co.) Westmeath, Ireland. 
Club, Carlton. 




Watch and pray. 



DETJRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



CASTLEMAINE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Richard, 3rd Baron Castlemaine. He was b. Nov. 17, 1791, and succeeded his father in 
7840: was M.P. for Athlone, 182632, and was chosen one of the Representative Peers 
for Ireland on his succeeding: to the family title. His lordship was Vice Lieut, of West- 
meath (co.) and a Magistrate for that county, Roscommon, and King's County: m. 1820, 
Margaret, 2nd daughter of Michael Hams, Esq. of Dublin, (she d. l67) ; and d. July 4, 
1869, having had issue four sons and three daughters. 

Castlereagh, Viscount, son of the Marquess of Londonderry, (see 
'Londonderry.) 

Castlerosse, Viscount, son of the Earl of Kenmare. (see Keninarc.) 

CASTLE-STUART, EARL OF. (STUART-RICHARDSON). 

HENRY JAMES STUART-RICHARDSON, 
5th Earl, in the peerage of Ireland, and 
a Baronet. Born Mar. 21st, 18:57 ; suc- 
ceeded his fathei 1874. Assumed in 1M-7 
the additional surname and arms of 
Richardson. Married (186G) August a Ic 
Vicomte Massy Richardson, widow of 
Major Hugh Massy, of the 85th Foot, 
and only child and heiress of the late 
Major Richardson-Brady, Dep. Lieut, of 
Oaklands, co. Tyrone/ and has issue. 
living, 

Daughters, Muriella Albany, h. 1S63. Mary, b. 1870. 

Sisters /irh/?, Mary, b. 1838, in. ISO", (Crosse). Charlotte, b. 183Q. FHa Sophia, l>, 13 H . 
m. 1875 (Garnet.t). Alice Maud, b. 1S43, in. 1S07, (Hooper). Lecnoi a \\ilheliniua, b. 
l sii. Mar-garetta Louisa, b. 1847, in. 165, (Hall). Sell na Octavia, b. 1840. 

Hfir i-i'>inm/itirr The Hon. and Rev Andrew Godfrey Stuart, son of the 2nd Earl. 
Born 1S12; educated at Trinity College, Dublin (B.A. 1835, M.A. 1847. Has been Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough since 1850, and Rector of Cottesmore, Oakhain, since 1844. 
Married 1st 1835, the Hon. Catherine Ann \\ ingfteld, who d. 1845, daughter of the 
5th Viscount Powersco'.irt : 2ndly l,sl<i, Mary Penelope, who d. 185(J, 2nd daughter 
of the Hon. and Hev. Leland Noel, and has, with other issue, Andrew John, b. 1S41. 
Residence, Cottesmore, Oakham. 

Creations, Baron Castle-Stuart, 1619, Viscount Castle-Stuart, 1793, Earl of Castle- 
Stuart, 1800, in the peerage of Ireland. A Baronet, i637. 




, Quarterly of four : 1st, the royal BTins of Scotland t 2nd, or, afes?e chec'-y azr.re 
and argent, and in chiet'a label of three points gules, Stictrt ; 3rd. argent, a saltire hot ween 
tour roses gules, Leiino.r; 4th, or, a lion rampant. gules, M'/t-i/itj?'; tlie whole within a 
liordnre coiupnny argent and azure. L r rr--t, An i-.nii-orn's licail ciMiperlat the neck argent, 
armed, crined, and tufted or, between two pairs of olive branches proper. Supponrrs, 
Two dragons sanguine or blood colour. 

Sfittx, Stuart-hall, Stewartsto\vn, and Drum-manor, co. Tyrone, Ireland. 

CASTLE-STUART, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 

Charles Andrew Knox, ith Earl of Castle- Stuart, in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet. 

son of Robert, -Jnd Karl. He was b. \\ir\\ 23, 1810, and succeeded his brother in isr,7, 

iau-isl rate tor Londonderry: ni. is:',."?, Charlotte RafHes Drnry, only daughter of tlie 

late Quintin Thompson, Esq., and d. Sept. lh74, leaving i^ and seven dai 

CASTLE-STUART, CHARLOTTE RAFFIAS DKITRY, Countess of. only 
dauo-litrr of the late Quintin Thompson, Esq. : m. 18o">, the 4th Earl of 
Castle-Stuart, who d. 1874. 
Residence, Broom Hills, Honiton, Devonshire. 



PEERETT S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



CASTLE-STUART, EMMELINE, Countess of, daughter of Benjamin 
Bathurst, Esq.: 'm. 1st 1830, the 3rd Earl of Castle-Stuart, who d. 1857 ; 
2ndly 1867, Signer Alesandro Fistocchi, son of the late General Pistocchi, 
of the Legion of Honour. 
Residence, Villa Stuart, Rome. 

CASTLETOWN, BARON. (FJTZ-PATRICK.) 

JOHN WILSON FITZ-PATRICK, P.C. for 
Ireland; 1st Baron of the 2nd creation, 
Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum of 
Queen's County; natural son and testa- 
mentary heir of the last Earl of Upper 
Ossory. Born Sept. 23rd, 1809 ; was edu- 
cated at Eton ; entered the Army, 1826, 
and retired with the rank of Captain, 1830 ; 
was M.P. for Queen's County (L.) 1837 
41, 1847 52, and 18659 : married (1830) 
Augusta, only child of the Rev. Archibald 
Douglas, Rector of Coote-hill, and grand- 
daughter (maternally) of the 4th Earl of- 
Dunmore, and has issue, living, 
Son, Bernard Edward Barnaby, b. 1848; was 




The strong man will yield to the 
strong man. 



educated at Eton, and at Brasenose College, Oxford (B.A. 2nd class in Law and History, 
1870) ; was a Lieut, in the Queen's County Militia; served in the 1st Life Guards as 
Cornet and Lieut. 1871 4, when he retired ; is a Capt. in Royal Cork Artillery \m. 18/4, 
Hon. Ursula Clare Emily St. Leger, daughter of the 4th Viscount Doneraile. Resisence, 
Granstou Manor, Abbey Leix, Queen's County. Clubs, Boodle's, Fox, Marlborough, 
Kildare Street ( Dublin) 

Daughters, Augusta, m. 1st, 1851; 2ndly, 1856, (Magniac), Gertrude, m. 186-2, (Smyth). 
Florence, m. 1858, (Higginson). Edith, m. 186-2, (Murray). Cecilia, m. 1868, the Hon. 
Lewis Strange Wiiigtield, heir presumptive of Viscount Powerscourt. Olivia Amy 
Douglas, m. 1865, Sir John Gage Saunders Sebright, Qth Bart. 
Sister living, Emma Mary, m. 1823, the 1st Baron Lyveden. 
Patron of two livings, Killermogh, R. Aghmacart, R. 

Creation, Baron Castletown of Upper Ossory, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 
1869. 

&rms, Sable: a saltire, argent, on a chief azure, three fleurs-de-lis, or, all within a 
bordure wavy, of the second. (Crest, On a wreath a dragon on his back, proper, sur- 
mounted by a lion passant, sable, the whole debruised by a bandlet sinister, wavy, argent. 
Supporters On either side, a lion, sable, ducally crowned, collared, and line reflexed over 
the back, and charged on the shoulder with three fleurs-de-lis, one and two, or. 

Seats, Granston-manor, Abbey Leix, Queen's County, and Lisduff, Errill, Temple- 
more, Ireland. Town Residence, 38, Portman-square, W. 

Clubs, Brooks's, Travellers', Fox. Sackville-street, and Kildare-street, (Dublin.) 

CATHCART, EARL. (CATHCART ) 

ALAN FREDERICK CATHCART, 3rd Earl. 
Born Nov 14th, 1828; succeeded his fa- 
ther as 3rd Earl and 12th Baron in 1859; 
educated for the Army at the Scottish 
Military Academy ; joined, in Canada, the 
23rd Fusiliers, 1845, was appointed Lieut, 
and Adjutant in the following year ; on the 
Staff in England, 1849, and retired 1850. 
Has been Lieut.-Col. of the North York 
Militia, and Lieut.-Col. of the 1st Batt. 
North Riding Rifles since 1860 ; is a Dep. 




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Lieut, and a Magistrate of the North Riding; was Chairman of the North 
Riding Quarter Sessions, 185868, and is President of the Thirsk Chamber 
of Agriculture. Married (1850) Elizabeth Mary, eldest daughter and co- 
heiress of the late Sir Samuel Crompton, Bart, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Alan, Lord Grcenock, b. 1856; isat Eton. Charles, b. 185Q. George, b. 1862 
Reginald, b. 1870. Archibald Hamilton, b. 1873. 

Daughters, Cecilia, b. 1857. Ida, b. 1865. Marion, b. 1867. Emily, If. 1868. Another, 
b. 18/4. 

Brother living, Augustus Murray, b. 1830, m. 1866. 
Sister living, Elizabeth, b. 18-21, m. 1843, (Douglas). 

Creations, Baron Cathcart, in the^eerage of Scotland, 1447, Viscount Cathcart and 
Baron Greenock, 1807, Earl Cathcart, 1814, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 



, Azure : three cross crosslets fitchee, issuing out of as many crescents, argent. 
(Trest, A cubit arm erect, proper, holding a crescent, argent. &upportfrg, Two parrots, 
wings inverted, proper. 

Seats,- Thornton-le-Street, near Thirsk, Yorkshire ; and Cathcart, N.B. 
Clubs, United Service, Carlton. 

CATHCART, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles 
Murray, G.C.B., 2nd Earl Cathcart. He was b. Dec. 21, 1783, and succeeded his father June 
10, 1843 ; was a Gen. in the Army, Col. of the 1st Dragoon Guards, Commander of the 
Forces in Scotland, Governor of Edinburgh Castle, and sometime Governor- General 
and Commander-in-Chief in Canada : TO. in France, Sept. 30, 1818, and again in England, 
Feb. 12, 1819, Henrietta, who d. 1 872, daughter of Thomas Mather, Esq. and d.July 16, 
185Q, leaving surviving issue two sons and three daughters. 

Caulfield, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Charlemont. 
,, family name of the Earl of Charlemont. 



CAVAN, EARL OF. (LAMBART.) 

FREDERICK JOHN WILLIAM LAMBART, 
8th Earl, and 10th Baron, in the peerage 
of Ireland, son of Viscount Kilcoursie, 
(who was eldest son of the 7th Earl, and 
died, 1828.) Born Dec. 30th, 1815 ; suc- 
ceeded his grandfather in 1837 ; was edu- 
cated at Eton ; was Lieut. -Col. in the 
Somerset Militia 1 862 68, and formerly in 
the 7th Dragoon Guards ; is a Dep.-Lieut. 
and a Magistrate for Somersetshire: 
married (1838) the Hon. Caroline Augusta 
Prepared on every side. Littleton, 3rd daughter of the 1 st Baron 

Hatherton, and has issue, living, 
Suns, Frederick Fdward Gould, Viscount Kilcoursie, 6.183Q; entered the Navy as a Cadet, 

J853, and became Lieut. 1859; is a Dep.-Lieut. for Somersetshire : m. 1863, Mary Sneade, 

only child of the late Rev. John Olive, Rector of Ayott St. Lawrence, Hertfordshire, and 

has, with other issue, Frederic Rudolph, b. 1865. 

Octavius Henry, b. 1855. Arthur, b. 1858. 

Daughters, Mary Hyacinthe, b. 1847, m. 18/5 (Baron Hans Von Essen), Sarah Sophia. 
b. I860, m. 1875 (Sladen). 




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Brother living, Oliver George, tn. 1847. 

Sisters living, Alicia, m. 1819, (Blackwood). Julia, m. 1841, (Bouwens). 

Creations, Baron Lambart and Barcn Cavan, 1618, Viscount Kilcoursie and Earl 
of Cavan, 1647, all in the peerage of Ireland. 

Slrms, Gules : three cinquefoils, argent. Crest, On a mount, a sagittary drawing his 
bow, proper, ftupporttra, Two men in black armour, garnished with gold to the waist, 
their helmets adorned with plumes of six ostrich feathers, argent and gules alternately' 
and their legs clad in red trousers, fringed gold. 

Residence, The Lodge, Weston-Super-Mare. Club, National. 

CAVAN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, Richard, 
7th Earl of Cavan, A. Sep. 10, 1763; succeeded his father, Nov. 2, 1778; was a General 
111 the Army j Colonel 45th Foot, and Governor of Calshot Castle; in 1800, he commanded 
a division in Egypt, under Sir Ralph Abercromby; m. 1st, July 8, 1782 Honoria 
Margaretta, daughter of sir H. Gould, Judge of the Common Pleas, (she d. 1813) 
having issue a son and three daughters ; m. 2ndly, Aug. 11,1814, Lydia, daughter of the late 
W. Arnold, Esq. of Slatswood, I. W. and d. Nov. 21, l37, having issue from last marriage 
three sons and one daughter. Her ladyship d. in 18(32. 

Cavendish, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Devonshire. 
,, family name of Baron Chesham. 

,, ,, the Duke of Devonshire. 

Baron Waterpark. 

CAWDOR, EARL OF. (CAMPBELL.) 

JOHN FREDERICK VAUGHAN CAMPBELL, 
2nd Earl, and 3rd Baron, Lord Lieut, and 
Custos Rotulorum of Carmarthenshire. 
Born June llth, 1817; succeeded his 
father in 1860; was educated at Eton, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1838, 
M.A. 1840) ; wasM.P. for Pembrokeshire, 
1841 59 ; Private Secretary to the Duke 
of Buccleuch, when Lord Privy Seal, 1841, 
and Assistant Precis Writer to the late 
Earl of Aberdeen, when Foreign Secretary, 
1842. Is a Dep. Lieut, of Nairnshire, a 
Magistrate for that county and for Pem- 
brokeshire; Hon. Col. of the 1st Carmarthenshire Rifle Volunteers, 1870, 
and President of the Carmarthenshire Chamber of Agriculture : married 
(1842) Sarah Mary, 2nd daughter of the Hon. Henry Frederick Compton 
Cavendish, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Frederick Archibald Vaughan Campbell, Viscount Emlyn, M.P., b. 1847; was edu- 
cated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford; is a Dep. Lieut, for Inverness-shire, and 
Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire; is Capt. Royal 
Carmarthen Artillery Militia; has sat as M.P. for Carmarthenshire since Feb. 1874: 
m. 1868, Edith Georgiana, eldest daughter of Christopher arid Lady Caroline Tumor, 
of Stoke Rochford, and has, with other issue, Hugh Frederick Vaughan, b. 1870. 
Residence. Golden Grove, Carmarthen. Clubs, C&rlton, White's, Travellers'. 
Ronald George Elidor, 6. 1848, m. 1872. Alexander Francis Henry, b. 1855. 




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Daughters, Victoria Alexandrina Elizabeth, b. 1843, m. 1866, (Lambton). Muriel Sarah, 

b. 1845. Evelyn Caroline Louisa, b,. 1851. Rachel Anne Georgiana, b. 1853. 
Brothers lie ing, -The Rev. Archibald George, b. 1827, m. 1853. Henry Walter, b. 1835, 

TO. 185Q. 
Sisters living, Emily Caroline, b. 1819, m, 1842, (Duncombe). Georgiana Isabella, b. 1820, 

m. 1840, (Balfour). Elizabeth Lucy, b. 18-'2, m. 1842, the 3rd Earl of Desart. Mary 

Louisa, b. 1825, m. 1846, the 2nd Earl of Ellesmere. 

Patron of ten livings, Bosheston, R. Burton, R. Castlemartin, V. Wiston, V. 
Stackpool Elidur, R. Pembrokeshire. Llandeveisant, V. Ystradffin, V. Llanvihangel- 
Aberbythic, V. Llanvihangel-vach-Cilfargen, R. Penboyr, R. Carmarthenshire. 

Creations, Baron Cawdor, 1/96, Viscount Emlyn and Earl of Cawdor, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 182/. 

SrntS, Quarterly of four : 1st, or, a stag's head cabossed, sable, Calder; 2nd, gyronny 
of eight, or and sable, Campbell ; 3rd, argent, a lymphad or ancient galley, sable, also 
'Jant/i bell; 4th, gules, a cross, or, Lort. (Crest, Aswan, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a 
lion guardant, gules ,- sinister, a stag, proper. 

Seats, Stackpole-court, Pembroke; Golden-grove, Carmarthen; Cawdor-castle, 
Nairn, N.B. Town Residence, 74, South Audley- street, W. 

Clubs, C&rlton, White's, Travellers'. 

CAWDOR, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Frederick, 1st Earl and 2nd Baron Cawdor. He was b. Nov. 8, 1790, and succeeded his fa- 
ther in the Barony, June 1, 1821 ; was created, 182/, Viscount Emlyn and Earl of Cawdor; 
m. Sept. 5, 1816, Lady Elizabeth Thynrie, daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Bath, K.G. 
and d. Nov. ", i860, having had issue four sons and six daughters. Her ladyship d. 1866. 

Cecil, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Salisbury, 

,, family name of the Marquess of Exeter. 

,, (Gascoyne-Cecil), family name of the Marquess of Salisbury. 
Chandos-Grrenville, surnames of the Duke of Buckingham. 

CHARLEMONT, EARL OF. (CAULFETLD.) Sits as BAROX. 

JAMES MOLYNEUX CAULFEILD, K. P. 
3rd Earl ; Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotu- 
lorum of Tyrone, son of Henry, 3rd son 
of the 1st Earl. Born Oct. 3rd, 1820 ; 
succeeded his uncle in 1863 ; was educated 
at Trinity College, Cambridge; is ;i Ma- 
gistrate for the counties of Armagh and 
Dublin; was High Sheriff for Armagh co. 
1842, and sat as M.P. for that constituency 
184757 : married (1856) the Hon. Eliza- 
beth Jane Somerville, eldest daughter of 
God my leader, and my sword my tne 1 st Barcn Athlumney. 

companion. Sigtgr /i f ,,- Mff> _ Zoe Margaret, b. 1824, m. J848. 

(Stronge). 

Creations, Baron Caulfield of Charlemont, 1620, Viscount Charlcmont of Charle- 
mont, 166:., Karl of Charlemont, in the peerage of Ireland, 1763, Baron Charlemont, 
in the peerage of the Um'ted Kingdom, 1837. 

$rms, Barry of ten, argent and gules, on a canton of the second, a lion passant 
guardant, or. Crest, A dragon's head erased, gules, gorged with a collar gemellc, awnt 
Supporter* , Two dragons, wings elevated, gules, each gorged with a collar gemelle, argent. 




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Seats, Marino, near Dublin: Roxborough-castle, Moy, (co.) Tyrone. 
Clubs, Reform, Brooks's, Travellers', Fox. 

CHARLEMONT, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Francis 
William, K.P. 2nd Earl of Charlemont. He was b. Jan. 3, 17/5 $ succeeded his father, Aug. 
4, 1799; was a Representative Peer for Ireland, and was, in 1837, raised to the peerage of 
the United Kingdom: i.Feb. 9, 1802, Anne, daughter of W. Bermingham, Esq. of Ross- 
hill; and d. Dec. 26, 1863, having had issue two sons and two daughters, who all pre- 
deceased him. He was the last of the Irish Peers elected at the Union of Ireland _with 
Great Britain, in 1801, and sat in the House of Lords for over sixty-two years. He 
also sat in both Houses of Parliament. 

CHARLEMONT, ANNE, Countess of, youngest daughter and co-heir of 
William Bermingham, Esq., of Rosshill, (co.) Galway ; was sometime a 
Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen : m. 1802, the 2nd Earl of 
Charlemont, who d. 1863. 
Residence, 14, Tipper Grosvenor-street, W. 

CHARLEVILLE, EARLDOM OF, see Peerages Extinct." 
Charteris, family name of the Earl of Wemyss and March. 
Chaworth, Baron, title of the Earl of Meath on Roll of H. L. 

CHELMSFORD, BARON. (THESIGER.) 

FREDERIC THESIGER, P.C., D.C.L., 
F.R.S., 1st Baron, and a Knight; son of 
Charles Thesiger, Esq. Collector of Customs 
at St. Vincent's. Born July 15th, 1794; 
entered the Navy as Midshipman and 
served in the " Cambrian " frigate at 
Copenhagen, 1 807, and afterwards retired 
from the service ; called to the Bar at 
Gray's Inn 1818, and became a King's 
Counsel, 1834; was Solicitor General, 
1844 5, Attorney-Gen. 1845 6, and 

, ,-, , 1852, and Lord Chancellor, 18589, and 

Hope and Fortune. ' _ , , , . ,, . 

18668. Received the honour of Knight- 
hood, 1844, and created Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford, 1853; is a Governor 
of the Charterhouse. Was M.P. for Woodstock, 1 8404, for Abingdon, 1844 
52, and for Stamford, 18528. Married (1822) Anna Maria, who died 
1875, youngest daughter of William Tinling, Esq. of Southampton, and has 
issue, living, 

Sows, Frederic Augustus, C.B., b. 1827 ; was educated at Eton ; entered the Rifle Brigade, 
1844; became Ensign and Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 1845, Lieut, and Capt. 1850, Major, 
1855, Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1857, Lieut.-Col. 95th Foot, 1858, and Col. 1863; served with 
the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea.and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; 
has the Crimean medal and clasp, the Sardinian and Turkish war medals, and the Order 
of the Medjidie. Served in the Indian Mutiny with the 95th Foot, and has the Indian 
medal ; was Acting Dep. Adj. -Gen. at Bombay, I860, and in the Abyssinian war, 18678 ; 
and was Adj. -Gen. of the Bengal Army, 186s 70, made a C.B. and Aide-de-Camp to the 
Queen, 1868 : m. 1867, Adria Fanny, daughter of Major-Gen. Heath, of the Bombay 
Army, and has issue, Frederick John Napier, b. 1868. Clubs, Carlton, United Service. 
Charles Wemyss, b. 1831, m. 1863. Alfred Henry, b. 1836, m. 1862. Edward Peirson, 
b. 1842, . 186p. 




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Daughters, Augusta, b. 1821, m. 1843, (Higgins). Julia Selina, b. 1833, m. 1851, Sir John 
Inglis, K.C.B.. Mary Lincoln, b. 1840. 

Creations, Baron Chelmsford, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1858. 

&vms, Gules : a griffin, segreant, or, within an orle of roses, argent, barbed and 
seeded, proper. (Crest, A cornucopia fessewise, the horn, or, the fruit, proper, thereon 
a dove holding in the beak a sprig of laurel, also proper. Supporters, Cn either side a 
griffin, or, winged, vaire. 

Town Residence, 7, Eaton-square, S.W. Clubs, Carlton United University. 

Chelsea, Viscount, son of Earl Cadogan. (see Cadogan.) 
Chepstow, Baron, title'borne by the Duke of Beaufort. 



CHESHAM, BARON. (CAVENDISH.) 

WILLIAM GEORGE CAVENDISH, 2nd 
Baron. Born Oct. 20th, 1815 ; succeeded 
his father in 1863 ; was educated at Eton ; 
served in the 10th Royal Hussars, 1833 
40, in the Bucks Militia, 184055, and 
as Capt. in the 2nd Derby Militia, 1855 
66 . \V as M . P . f or Peterborough, 1 847 , and 
for Buckinghamshire, 1857 63 ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for that county : 
married (1849) Henrietta Frances, 
daughter ot the late Rt. Hon. William 
Saunders Sebright Lascelles, and has 
Secure by caution. issue, living, 

Son*, Charles Compton William, b. 1850 ; was educated at Eton; appointed Ensign and 
Lieut. Coldstream Guards 1870, and exchanged to the 10th Hussars 1873. William 
Edwin, b. 1862. Edwin William, b. 1865. 

Daughters, Georsriana Caroline, b. 1852, . 1875 the 2nd Earl of Leicester. Mary Susan 
Caroline, b. 1853. Catherine Caroline, b. 1857. 

Sisters, Susan Sophia, b. 1817, m. 1837, the 2lst Baron Dacre. Harriet Elizabeth, b. 1820, 
m. 1848, the 2nd Earl ot Strafford. 

Patron of three livings, Flaunden, V. Hertfordshire. Latimer, R. Buckinghamshire. 
Little Casterton, R. Rutland. 

Creation, Baron Chesham, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1858. 

&rms, Sable : three stags' heads cabossed, argent. (Treat, A snake, nowed, proper, 
Supporters, Dexter, a buck, proper, gorged with a chaplet of roses, argent and azure; 
tinister, a greyhound, argent, gorged with a plain collar, gules, thereon three buckles, or. 

Seat, Latimer, near Chesham, Buckinghamshire. Club, Brooks's. 

CHESHAM, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, the Hon. 
Charles Comptoo, 1st Baron Chesham, (4th son of the 1st Earl of Burlington). He was 
b. Aug. 28, 1793, and, having been forty years in the House of Commons, was raised to 
the peerage as Baron Chesham, 1858 : m. June 16, 1814, Lady Catherine Susan Gordon, 
daughter of the yth Marquess of Huntly ; and d. Nov. 10, 1863, having had issue one son 
and two daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1866. 

CHESTER, BISHOP OF, see " Lords Spiritual." 
Chester, Earl of, title borne by the Prince of Wales. 




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from God and the king. 



CHESTERFIELD, EARL OF. (STANHOPE.) 

GEORGE PHILIP STANHOPE, 8th Earl, 
son of Capt. Charles George Stanhope, by 
Jane, daughter of Sir James Gnlbraith, 
Bart. Born Nov. 29th, 1822; succeeded 
1871. Formerly an officer in the 29th 
Regiment. Married (1856) Marianne, 
daughter of William Roche, Esq , of 
Wexford. 

Heir presumptive. Sir Henry Edwyn Chandois 
Scudamore-Stanhope, 3rd Bart., b. 1821 ; edu- 
cated at Balliol College, Oxford, (B.A. 1841) : 
m. 1851, Dorothea, daughter of Sir Adam Hay, 
7th Bart, and has, with other issue, Edwyn 
Francis, b. 1854. Sent, Holme Lacy, Hereford- 
shire. Clubs, Reform, Travellers', Brooks'*. * 
Creation, Baron Stanhope, 1616 Earl of Chesterfield, 1628, in the peerage of England. 

3rms, Quarterly: ermine and gules. Crest, A tower, azure, issuant therefrom a 
demi- lion rampant, or, ducally crowned, gules, and holding between the paws a bomb 
fired, proper. .Supporters, Dexter, a wolf ducally crowned, or; sinister, a talbot, ermine. 

Residence, 

CHESTERFIELD, Earl of, The 7th Earl of Chesterfield was George 
Philip Cecil Arthur Stanhope. He was b. Sept 28, 1831 ; succeeded his father 1866; was 
Educated at Eton; served in the Koyal Horse Guards Blue 1842 55; s-->t as M.P. for 
l^outh Nottinghamshire i860 6; was Lieut. South Notts Yeomanry Cavalry, and Heredi- 
tary Governor of Repton School. He d. unmarried Dec. 1871. 

CHESTERFIELD, Countess of, ANNE ELIZABETH, daughter of the 1st 
Baron Forester: m. 1830, the 6th Earl of Chesterfield, who d. 1806. 
Residence, 15, Hill-street, Berkeley. square, W. 
Scat, Bretby-park, Burton-on-Trent. 



CHETWYND, VISCOUNT. (CHETWTND.) 

RICHARD WALTER CHETWYND, 6th 
Viscount, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
Dec. 14th, 1800 ; succeeded his father in 
1821; was educated at Westminster 
School; was in the 52nd Light Infantry 
and Grenadier Guards: married 1st (1822) 
Mary, only daughter of the late Robert 
Moss, Esq. and niece of the late Right 
Rev. Charles Moss, D.D. Lord Bishop of 
Oxford, (this lady died, 1857), and has 

issue, living, 
Probity is true honour. 

Sow*, Richard Walter, b. 1823, was in the 14th Dragoons, 184953: TO. 1858, Harriet 
Johanna, daughter of the late Walter Campbell, Esq. and has, with other issue, Richard 
Walter, b. 185Q. Residence, 25, Elvaston-place, Kensington, W. Club, Cariton. 
Henry Weyland, b. lb"2g, in. 1858. Charles Cornwallis, b. 1934, m. I860. Edward 
John, b. 1839. 

Daughters, tophi* Catherine, b. 1828, m. 1871, (Stapylton). Charlotte Adelaide, b. 1831, 
m. 1855, (Atkinson). 

His lordship married 2ndly (1861), Mary, only surviving daughter of 
the late John Hussey, Esq. of Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire. 




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Sitter living, Mary Anne, b. 1802. 

Creation, Baron Rathdown and Viscount Chetwynd, in the peerage of Ireland, 1717. 

9rmg, Azure: a chevron, between three mullets, or. (Crest, A goat's head erased, 
argent, horns gold. Supporters, Two unicorns, argent, gorged with chaplets of roses, 
gules, and having a chain of the same reflexed over their backs. 

Seat, Marpool, Exmouth. 

CHETWYND, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 

Richard, 5th Viscount Chetwynd, b. Sep. 29, 1757; succeeded his father, Nov. 12 1791 : 
TO. July 30, 1791, Charlotte, daughter of T. Carlwright, Esq. of Aynho : and d. Feb. 27, 1821, 
having issue two sons and five daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1845. 

Chewton, Viscount, title borne by Earl Waldegrave. 

CHEWTON, Dowager Viscountess, (by courtesy), FANNY, daughter of 
Capt. John Bastard, R.N. of Sharpham, Devonshire: m. 1850, William 
Frederick, Viscount Chewton, eldest son of the 8th Earl Waldegrave, and 
father of the present Earl, who d. 1854. 
Residences, Bookham -lodge, Cobham, Surrey; 50, Wilton- crescent, S. W. 

CH1CHESTER, BISHOP OF, see " Lords Spiritual." 

CHICHESTER, EARL OF. (PELHAM.) 

HENRY THOMAS PELHAM, 3rd Earl, 
and a Baronet, Lord Lieut, and Gustos 
Rotulorum of Sussex. Born Aug. 25th, 
1804; succeeded his father in 1826; was 
educated at Westminster School, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge ; entered the 
Royal Horse Guards, 1819; became Capt. 
unattached, 1824, and Major 1844, in 
which year he retired. Has been Chief 
Church Estates Commissioner since 1850; 
is a Magistrate for Sussex, and Chairman 
The love of my country prevails. o f Quarter Sessions for East Sussex : 

married (1828) Lady Mary Brudenell, 

daughter of the 6th Earl of Cardigan (this lady died 1867), and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, Walter John, Lord Pelham, b. 1839 ; educated at Harrow, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, (M.A. 1859); is a Dep. Lieut, for Sussex and Kent; sat as M.P. for 
Lewes (L.) 186574: m. 186l, Elizabeth Mary, daughter of the Hon. Sir John Duncan 
Bligh, K.C.B. Residences, Stanmer, Lewes; Enbrook, Sandgate, Kent. Club, 
Brooks' s. 

Francis Godolphiu, 6.1844. Thomas Henry William, b. 1847. Arthur Lowtlier, b. 1850. 
Daughters, Harriet Mary, b. 1829, m. 1850, the 6th Earl of Darnley. Isabella Charlotte, 

b. 1836, m. 1855, (Whitbread). 
Brother livirig, The Right Rev. John Thomas, D.D., Lord Bishop of Norwich, A. 1811, 

m. 1845. 

Sisters living, Amelia Rose, 4.1806, m. 1854, Sir Joshua Jebb, R.E. K.C.B. (he d. 1863). 
Henrietta Juliana, b. 1813. Catherine Georgiana, b. 1814, m. 1837, (Barrington). Lucy 
Anne, b. 1815, m. 1858, Sir David Dundas, 2nd Bart. 

Patron of five livings, Damerharo, V. Wilts. St. Mary-in-the- Castle, V. Hastings ; 
Hellingly, V Laiighton, V. Sussex. Alternately with the Archbishop of Canterbury, 
Stanmer-cum-Falmer, R. 

Creations, Baron Pelliam of Stanmer, Sussex, 1762, Earl of Chichester, 1801, both 
in the peerage ol the United Kingdom. 




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uarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, three pelicans vulning themselves, argent ; 2nd 
and 3rd, gules, two pieces of belts with buckles, erect in pale, the buckles upwards, argent. 
A coat of augmentation, assumed in memory of Sir John Pelham having assisted in taking 
John, king of France, prisoner at the battle of Poictiers. (Erest, 1st, a peacock in pride, 
argent; 2nd, the buckle of a belt, or. Supporters. Dexter, ahorse, of a mouse dun colour} 
a nd, sinister, a bear proper, each collared with a belt, buckle and pendent, or. 

Seat, Stanmer, Lewes. Town Residence, 10, Whitehall-place. S.W. 

Club, University. 

CHICHESTEE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Thomas, 2nd Earl of Chichester. He was b. April 18, 1785, and succeeded his father, Jan. 
18, 1805, having been previously summoned (1801) to the House of Peers as Baron Pelham 5 
for many years he was M.P. for Sussex, and Chief Secretary under Lords Northington and 
Camden, successively Viceroys in Ireland, and also held office as Home ^^ecretary, and 
Postmaster General : m. July 16, 1801, Mary Henrietta Julia, daughter of the 5th Duke of 
Leeds; and d. July 4, 1826, having had issue four sons and six daughters. Her ladyship 
d. in 1862. 



Chichester, Viscount and Baron, titles borne by the Marquess of 
Donegall. 

family name of the Marquess of Donegall. 

,, ,, Baron Templemore. 

Cholmondeley, ,, ,, Baron Delamere. 




Virtue is the satest helmet. 



CHOLMONDELEY, MARQUESS OF. (CHOLMONDELEY.) 

WILLIAM HENRY HUGH CHOLMONDELLY, 
3rd Marquess, 5th Earl, GthViscount, and a 
Baronet, Joint Hereditary Great Chamber- 
lain of England, and co-heir to the Barony 
of Wharton. Born Aug. 31st, 1800 ; suc- 
ceeded his brother May 8th, 1870; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford; is a Dep.- Lieut, for Hampshire, 
and Norfolk; sat as M.P. for Castle Rising 
182232, and for South Hampshire 1852 
7 : married (1825) Marcia Emma Geor- 
giana, daughter of the Right Hon. Charles 
Arbuthnot, and has issue, living, 
Son, Henry Vere, b. 1834, m. i860. 
Daughters, Charlotte Georgiana, b. 1828, m. 1852 (Arnold), Marcia Susan Harriet, b. 

1831. 

Heir, His grandson, George Henry Hugh, Earl of Rocksava?;e, 6. 1858, son of the late 
Charles George Cholmondeley, Esq., Who d. 1863, by Susan Caroline, daughter of 
the late Sir George Dashwood, 4th Bart. 

Patron of seven livings, Birch am Newton, R. with Bircham Tofts, R. Houghton 
next Harpley, V. Great Massin^ham. R. Syderstone, R Norfolk. Barrow, R. Cheshire, 
and alternately with T. T. Drake, Esq. the Upper Mediety of Malpas, R. with White- 
well, C. Tilston, R. Cheshire. 

Creations, Viscount Cholmondeley, of Kells, in the peerage of Ireland, 1 661, Baron 
Newburgh of Newtxirgh, Wexford, 1715, Baron Cholmondeley, of Nantwich, ifisg, Yis- 
couut Malpas and Karl of Cholmondeley, 1706, Baron Newinirgh of Anglesey, 1716, 
Earl of Kock*avage and Marquess of Cholmoiideley, in the peerage of the United Kingdom 
13is. A Baronet, l6ll. 



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101 



armGules : in chief two esquires' helmets, argent, and in base a garb, or. (great, 
A demi-griffin, sable, wings elevated, or, holding between the paws an esquire's helmet- 
argent. .Supporters, Dexter, a griffin, sable, beak, claws, and wings elevated, or j sinister 
a wolf, or, collared, vaire. 

Seats, Cholmondeley-castle, Nantwich, Cheshire ; Houghton-hall, Rougham, Norfolk 
Priory, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Town Residence \, Hyde Park-street, W. 

CHOLMONDELEY, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was hi. 
brother, George Horatio, 2nd Marquess of Cholmoruieiey, a Privy Councillor, who wav 
called to the House ot Lords 1821 in his father's Barony of Newburgh. He was A. Jan 
16th, 179-2 , educated at Eton: TO. 1st 1812 Caroline, who d. 18i 5, daughter of the laU- 
Lieut.-Gen. Campbell; 2ndly, 1830, Lady Susan Caroline Somerset, 4th daughter of the 
6th Duke of Beaufort , he d. 1870, without issue. 

CHOLMONDELEY, SUSAN CAROLINE, Dowager Marchioness of, 4th 
daughter of the 6th Duke of Beaufort; m. 1830, George Horatio, 2nd 
Marquess of Cholmondeley, who d. 1870. 
Residence, Thorncroft House, Leathcrhead. 




God defend the right. 






CHURCHILL, BARON. (SPENCER.) 

FRANCIS GEORGE SPENCER, D.C.L, 
2nd Baron. Born Oct. 6th; 1802; suc- 
ceeded his father, 1845 ; educated at Har- 
row, and at Christ Church, Oxford ; was 
appointed Attache at Vienna, 1823, and 
Paid Attache at Lisbon, 1828.. Is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Oxfordshire; 
was Lieut. -Col. Commandant of the Ox- 
fordshire Yeomanry, 1857 74: married 
(1849) Lady Jane Conyngham, eldest 
daughter of the 2nd Marquess Conyngham, 
(a Lr.dy of the Bedchamber to the Queen), 
and has issue, living, 
Son, Victor Albert Francis Charles, b. 1864, (to whom Her Majesty stood sponsor). 
Brothers living, George Augustus, b. 1804, m 1834, Sir Augustus Almeric, G.C.B., b. 1807, 
m. 1836. The Rev William Henry, A. 1810, m. 1st, 1838, indiy, 1852 John Welbcre Suu- 
derlami, b. 1816 Robert Charles Henry, b. 1817, m, 1845. The Rev. Charles Frederick 
Octavius, b. 18-14, m. 1847. 

Sisters living, Frances Elizabeth, b. 1808. Louisa Diana, b. 1819, m. 1859, (Wales). 
Patron of one living, Long Crendon, V. Buckinghamshire. 
Creation, Baron Churchill of Wychwood, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1816. 

&rrns, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, quarterly, argent and gules, on a bend, sable, time 
escallops, argent, in the 2nd and 3rd quarters a irette, or, Spencer ; 2nd and 3rd, sable, a 
lion ratnpant, argent, on a canton, argent, a cross, gules, Churchill. Crest, Out of a 
ducal coronet, or, a grifiin's head, wings elevated and expanded, argent, gorged with a col- 
lar gemelle, gules. uppnrt?rs, Dexter, a griffin, wings elevated per fesse, argent and or 
plain collared, and chained, sable, the collar charged with three escallops, argent ; situs- 
ter, a wyvern, wings elevated, or, collared and chained as the dexter. 

Seats, Cornbury-park, Chalbury, Oxfordshire} West Lavington-house, Devizes, 
Wiltshire. Town Address, 5, Bury-street, St. James's. 

Clubs, Travellers', White's. 

CHURCHILL, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Francis 
Almeric, D.C.L. 1st Baron, (youngest son of the 4th Duke of Marlborough) , b. Dec. 26, 
1779; was raised in 115 to the peerage as Baron Churchill; m. Nov. 25, 1804, Frances, 
daughter of the 3rd Duke of Grafton, K.G. His lordship d. March 7, 1845, having issue 
eight sons and four daughters. Her ladyship d. 1866. 



102 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Churchill, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Marlborough. 

(Spencer-Churchill), family name of the Duke of Marl- 
borough. 



CHURSTON, BARON. (YARDE-BULLER.) 

JOHN YARDE-BULLER, 2nd Baron, and 
a Baronet, son of the Hon. John Yarde- 
Buller, eldest son of the 1st Baron by 
Charlotte, daughter of the late E. S. 
Chandos-Pole, Esq., of Radbourne Hall, 
Derby. Born Oct. 2fith, 1846 ; succeeded 
his grandfather in 1871 ; entered the Scots 
Fusilier Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 
1865, became Lieut, and Capt. 1869, and 
.retired 1871 ; is Lieut. Staffordshire Yeo- 
'manry Cavalry: married (1872) the Hon. 
Barbara Yelverton, daughter of Vice Ad- 
miral Sir Hastings Yelverton, K.C.B., 

and the late Marchioness of Hastings, and has issue, living, 

Son, John Reginald Lopes, b. 1873. 

Daughter, b. 1875. 

^Brothers living, Walter, b. 1859, Geoffrey, b. 186 1. Henry, b. 1862. Reginald John, 
b. 1864. 

Sisters living, Charlotte Mildred, m. 1872, (Malone) .Louisa Maud, m. 1871, (Greville- 
Nugent.) Eleanor Isabel. Bertha. 

Patron of five livings, Dean Prior, V. Thurlestone, R. Devonshire. St. Columb 

Minor, V. Crantock, V. Lesnewth, R. Cornwall. 

Creation, Baron Churston, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1858. A 
Baronet, 1790. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sable, on a cross, argent, q\iarterly, pierced, of the 
field, four eagles displayed of the first, Butler; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a chevron, gules, be- 
tween three water-bougets, Yarde. (Crcgt, A Saracen's head, couped, proper. Supporters, 
Dexter, an ostrich, proper, in the beak a horse-shoe, or; sinister, an eagle, sable. 




Tne eagle does not catch flies. 



Seat, Luptcn, Brixham, Devonshire. 
Town Residence, 10, Queen's Gate Place, W. 



Club, Guards. 



CHURSTON, Baron. His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, 
John, 1st Baron Churston, son of Sir Francis Varde-Buller, Bart. Born April 1-2, 1799; 
educated at Oriel College, Oxford, (B.A. iiiid class m Classics 1819, M.A. 1822, D.C.L. 1853). 
Sat as M P. for South Devonshire 1635 58. Was a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, for 
Devonshire, a Special Deputy Warden of the Stannaries, and Lieut. -Col of the South 
Devon Militia 184563: rw.'lst, 18-23, Elizabeth, who d. 1857, daughter of Thomas 
\\ ilson-Patten, Esq. ; 2ndly, 1861, Caroline, who d. 1866, daughter of Sir Robert William 
Newman, 1st Bart. He d. Sept. 5, ib7U having had issue one son and one daughter. 

Cirencester, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Portland. 
Clanbrassil, Baron, title of the Earl of Eoden on Roll of H. L. 



* Raised to the rank of Barons' children, June llth, 1873. 




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CLANCARTY, EARL OF. (LE-POER-TRENCH.) Sits as VISCOUNT. 

Heusden Heusden. RlCHARD SOMERSET LE- PoER-TRENCH, 

By counsel and prudence. 4tb Earl > and Marquess of Heusden, in 

the kingdom of the Netherlands. Born 
Jan loth, 1834; succeeded his father in 
1872. Educated at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge. Is a Magistrate for the counties 
of Galway and Roscommon, and has been 
Lieut.-Col. of the Galway Militia since 
1865 : married (1866) Lady Adeliza Geor- 
gian a Hervey, daughter of the 2nd Mar- 
quess of Bristol, and has issue, living, 

Son, William Frederick, Viscount Dunlo, 6. 

1868. 
God for the Trench: who is against Daughter, Katherine Anne, 6. 1871. 

him? Brothers living, Frederick, b. 1835. William, 

M.P., b. 1837, m 1864. Power Henry, b 1841. 

Sister liring, Anne, b. 1839, m. 1867, the Hon. Frederick Sidney Charles Trench, eldest 
son of Baron Ashtown. 

Creations, Baron Kilronnel, 1797, Viscount Dnnlo, 1801, Earl of Clancarty. 1803, in 
the peerafcr ot Ireland, Baron Trench, 1815, Viscount Clancaity, 1823, in the peerage of 
the United Kit gdom. 

[The 2nd Earl was created Marquess of Heusden in the kingdom of the Netherlands, 
1818; he being Ambassador at the Hague at that time.] 

Srms Quarterly : 1st and 4th, ardent, a lion passant, gules, between three fleurs-de- 
lis, azure, on a chief, azure, a sun in splendour, Trrnch; 2nd and Mrd argent, a chief in- 
dented, sable, Le I'oer. Over all (being an augmentation granted to the earl by the king of 
the Netherlands, and which he was permitted to bear by royal licence dated 18 Aug. 18 - -'4) 
an escutcheon, or, en-igned with the coronet of a marquess of the Netherlands, and charged 
with a wheel of six spokes, gules. Crest, i st, a dexter arm em bowed in armour, the hand 
grasping a scimitar, proper, Trench; 2nd, of augmentation (granted as above) a lion ram- 
pant, or, imperially crowned, holding in the dexter <ore-paw a naked sword, argent, pomel 
and hilt gold ; and in the sinister a sheaf of arrows, also or ; 3rd, a stag's head cabossed, 
argent, attired, or, and between the attires a crucifix, Le I'oer. Sttpportrib Drster, a lion, 
gules, semee of fleurs-de-lis, or; sinister, a stag guardant, proper, attired, or, between the 
attires a crucifix, and supporting with the sinister fore-paw a lance resting bendwise over 
the shoulder, proper, and thereon a banner of the arms of Le Poer. 

Seat, Garbally, Ballinasloe, (co.) Galway, Ireland. 
Club, Carlton. 

CLANCARTY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
William, 3rd Earl of Clancarty. He was b. Sept. 21, 1803, and succeeded his father 1837. 
Educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge (M.A. 1823). Was a Magistrate of 
os. Gulway and Roscommon, and Lieut.-Col. Galway Militia 183065 : m. 1832, Lady 
Sarah Juliana Butler, daughter of the 3rd Earl of Carrick, and d. 1872, leaving issue fowr 
sons and two daughters. 

CLANCARTY, SARAH JULIANA, Countess of. daughter of the 3rd Earl of 
Carrick : m. 1882, the 3rd Earl of Clancarty, who d. Ib72. 
Residence, Coorheen House, Loughrea. 

Claa-Conal, Baron, title borne by Baron Dunsandle. 






K'4 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

Clandeboye, Viscount, son of the Earl of Dufferin. (see Dufierin.) 
Claneboye, Baron, title borne by Baron Dufferin. 
Clanhugh, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Granard. 
Clanmaurice, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Lansdowne. 



CLANMORRIS, BARON. (BINGHAM.) 

JOHN CHARLES ROBERT BINGHAM, 4th 
Baron, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
Nov. 28th, 1826; succeeded his father in 
1847; was educated at Rugby; is a Dep. 
Lieut, of Mayo, and a Magistrate for that 
county and for Galway, and Lieut. -Col. 
of the North Mayo Militia ; was an officer 
in the Rifle Brigade: married (1849) 
Sarah Selina, 4th daughter of Burton 
Persse, Esq. of Moyode-castle, Galway, 
and has issue, living, 

Christ is my hope. Sows, John George Rarry. b. 1852; educated 

at Eton ; appointed Lieut. 2>-th Foot 1874, and 

in the same year exchanged to the Rifle Brigade. Burton Percy, b. 1853 Beniinck 
Yelverton, b. 1855. 

Daughters, Matilda Maria Helena, b. 1850, TO. 1871 (Brassey). Florence Madeline 
b. 1856, TO. 1873 (Pollok). Rose Elizabeth, b. 1858. 

rrothers living, Dems Arthur, b. 1829. Henry Charles William, b. 1834. Albert Yelver- 
ton, b. 1840, TO. 1858. 

Sisters limng, Anna Maria, b 1836, TO. 1856, (Spiller). Elizabeth Caroline, b. 1837, m. 
1353. (Clowes) Isabella Catherine Sarah, b. 1843. 

Creation, Barou Clanmoiris of Newbrook, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800. 

arms Azure : a bend cottised between six crosses patee, or. (Crest, On a rock a fal- 
con rising, proper. Supporters, Two lions, azure. 

Seats, Creg Clare, Ardrahan, (co.) Galway; Newbrook, Ballyglass. (co.) Mayo Sea 
Mount, Galway; and Fortfield, Dublin, Ireland. 

Clubs Army and Navy, Kildare-street, (Dublin.) 

CLANMORHIS, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Denis 
Arthur, 3rd Baron Clanmorris, A. Jan. 22, 1808; succeeded his brother, June 3, 182j), 
m. May 1, 1825, Maria Helena, daughter of Robert Persse, Esq o f Roxborough. His lordship 
d. Feb. 24, 1847, having issue seven sons and three daughters. 



CLANMORRIS, Dowager Baroness, MARIA HELENA, daughter of Robert 
Persse, Esq. of Roxborough; m. 1825, the 3rd Baron Clanmorris, who 
d. 1847. 
Residence, Monkstown, Dublin. 





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CLANRICARDE, MARQUESS OF. (DE-BURGH-CANNING.) Sits as 
BARON SOMERH1LL. 

HUUERT DE - BURGH - CANNING, 2nd 
Marquess. Born Dec. 15th, 18^2 : suc- 
ceeded bis father 1874. Educated at 
Harrow. Appointed Attache* to the 
Legation at Hanover, Jan. 1852; trans- 
ferred to Florence in Feb. and to Turin 
in April of the sam<3 year. Promoted to 
Paid Attache 1855, and to 2nd Secretary 
in the Diplomatic Service 1862 ; trans- 
ferred to Madrid (but did not proceed 
there) 1862, and retired 1863. Assumed 
the Additional surname of Canning, by 

One king, one faith, one law. Royal license, as heir of his maternal 
uncle, the 1st Earl Canning 1862. Is a 
Dep. Lieut, for Galway. Sat as M.P. for Galway (L.) 186771. 

Heiress presumptive, His Aunt, Hester Catherine, Dowag-er Mar'-hioness of Sligo, to the 
Earldom of Clanricarde, under a special remainder obtained by the 13th Earl in Dec. 
1800. 

Sisters living, Emilv Charlotte , b. 1828, m. 1853, the 9th Earl of Cork. Catherine, b. 182(5, 
TO. 1850, (Weyland). Margaret Anne, A. 1831, m. 1856, (Beaumont). Harriet Augusta, 
b. 1834, m. 1859, (Wentworth). 

Creations, Baron Dunkellin and Earl of Clarrie^rde, of Galway, 1543. Viscount 
Burke, of Clanmories, lfi29, Marquess of Clanricarde, 1825. all in the peerage of 
Ireland, Baron Somerhill, in the peerage of the United Kinguom, 1826. 

%lrm$, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, argent, three Negroes' heads couped in profile proper, 
wreathed round the temples of the first and sable, Canning; -Jnd and 3rd, or, a cross 
gules, in the dexter canton a lion rampant sable, De-Burgh. (JCrfStg, A demi-lion argenf, 
charged on the body with three trefoils slipped proper, in the dexter paw an arrow or, 
pheoned and flighted proper, Cunning; 2nd, a cat-a-mountain sejant guardant proper, 
collard and chained or, De Burgh. Supporters, On either side a cat-a-mountain proper, 
collared and chained or. 

Sent, Portumna-castle, Portumna, co. Galway, Ireland. 
Town Residence, c 5, The Albany, Piccadilly. 
Club, Travellers'. 



CLANRICARDE, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Ulick John De-Burgh, K.P., P.C., 1st Marquess of Clanricarde. He was //. Dec. 28, 1H<-?, 
and succeeded his tathe las 14th Earl 1808. Educated at Kton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford. Was Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs 1S2("> 7, Ambassador at St. Peters bin - 
1838 40, Postmaster-General 184fi 52, Lord Privy Seal ls.is,a Capt. of the Yeoman of tin- 
Guard 18301, Hon. Col. of the Galway Militia, and a Magistrate for co. Tipperan -. Vv - 
created a Marquess 1825. He m. 1825, Harriet, onlv daughter cf the late Right Hon. 
George Canning, M.P.; and d. April 10, 1874, having had issue two sons and five 
daug ters. 



CLANRICARDE, Marchioness of, HARRIET, only <lau.ffh.ter of the lato 
Right Hon George Canning, M.P. : m. 1825, the 1st Marquess of 
Clanricarde, who d. 1874. 
Residence, 17, StraUon-street, W. 



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CLANWILLIAM, EARL OF. (MEADE.) Sits as BARON. 

RICHARD CHARLES FRANCIS MEADE, 
H.C.H., D.C.L , 3rd Earl, and a Baronet. 
Born Aug 15th, 1795; succeeded his fa- 
ther in 1805; entered the Diplomatic 
Service, 1814; after fulfilling various 
minor offices, served as Under Secretary 
for Foreign Affairs for fifteen months, 
before being appointed (Jan. 1822), and 
held that office until Aug. of the same 
year ; was Chef de Chancellerie to the Ex- 
traordinary Mission to the Congress at 
Verona, 1822, and was Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at 

Berlin, 18238. Was created Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford, 1834, and is Capt. of 

Deal Castle. Married (1830) Lady Elizabeth Herbert, 2nd daughter of the 

llth Earl of Pembroke, (this lady died, 1858), and has issue, living, 

Si>ni, Richard James, Lord Gilford, b. 1832; became a Captain in the Royal Navy, 1859 ; 

served in the Chinese war, and was wounded at the assault on Canton, 1857; has 

commanded H.M. Ships "Hercules," and "Asia"; appointed a Naval Aide-de-Camp 

to Her Majesty 18/2; has been a Junior Lord of the Admiralty since 1S74: m. 1867, 

Elizabeth Henrietta, eldest daiTghter of Arthur Edward Kennedy, C.B., late Governor of 

Vancouver Island, and has, with other issue, Richard Chdiies Meade, b. 1868. Clubs, 

St. James's, United Service. 

Robert Henry, b. 1835, m. 1865. The Rev. Sidney, b. 1839, m. 1868. 
Daughter, Selma Catherine, b. 1831, m. 1862, (Bidwell). 

Crsations, Baron Gilford and Viscount Clanwilliam, 1/66, Earl of Clanwilliam, 177ti, 
all in the peerage of Ireland; Baron Clanwiliiam, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 
1S23. A Baronet, 1703. 

Srms, Gules : a chevron, ermine between three trefoils slipped, argent. (Trtst, An 
eagle with two heac's displayed, sable, armed, or. .Supporters, Dexter, an eagle close, 
sable ; sinister, a falcon close, proper, both plain collared and chained, or. 

Seats, Gill-hall, Dromore, (co.) Town, Ireland; Deal-castle, Deal, Kent. 

Town Residence, 32, Belgrave-square, S.W. Club, Carlton. 

CLANWILLIAM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Richard, 2nd Earl of Clanwilliam. He was b. May 13, 1766, and succeeded his father, 
Oct. 19, 1800: m. Oct. 6, 1793, Caroline, Countess of Thun, (she d. 1804), having had issue 
two sons and three daughters; 2ndly, July 6, 1805, Margaret Irene, widow of Molynenx, 
Lord Shuldham ; and d. in the following September, without issue from his last marriage. 
Her ladysmp d. in 180H. 



CLARENDON, EARL OF. (VILLIERS.) 

EDWARD HYDE VILLIERS, 5th Earl. 
Born Feb. llth, 1846; succeeded his 
father 1870 ; educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 1867). 
Is a Magistrate for Warwickshire and a 
Dep. -Lieut, for South Warwickshire. Sat 
as M.P. for Brecon (L.) 186970, having 
in 18G8 unsuccessfully contested South 
Warwickshire. 

Brothers living, George Patrick Hyde, (heir pre- 
sumptive ; b. 1847; entered ttie Grenadier 
Gaurds as Ensign and Lieut. 1867, and became 
Lieut, and Capt. 1870 was an Instructor ol 




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Musketry 187073; Aide-de-Canip to H.R.H. Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar 18735. 
Fnmcis Hyde. h. 1852. 

Sinters living, Constance, h. 18^0, m. 1864, (Stanley). Alice, b. 1841, TO. I860, the 2nd 
Baron Skelrnerstlale. Emily Theresa, b. 1843, TO. 1868 (Russell). 

Creations, Baron Hyde, 1756, Earl of Clarendon, in the peerage of Great Britain, 
1776. 

&rms, Argent : a cross, gules, charged with five escallops, or. Crest, A lion rampant 
argent, ducally crowned, or. Supporters, Two eagles, wings expanded and inverted, 
sable, beaked, membered, and ducally crowned, or, and charged on the breast with a plain 
cross, argent. 

Seat, The Grove, Watford, Herts. Clubs, White's, Brooks' s. 

CLARENDON, Earl of, ITis lordship's predecessor was his father, 
George Frederick William, 4th Earl. He was b. Jan. 12th, 1800, and succeeded his uncle 
1838: was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge; entered the Diplomatic Service 
1820, was Attache at St. Petersburg 13203, First Commissioner of Excise 1^-2433, 
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Madrid 1833 9, Lord Privy Seal 
18401, President of the Board of Trade 18467, Lord Lieut, of Ireland 184752, and 
Secretary for Foreign Affairs 18538, 18656, and 18687", and Chancellor of the Duchy 
of Lancaster 18645. He was a K.G., G.C.B., P C., and D.C.L. : TO. 1839 Lady Katharine 
Grimston, who d. 1874, eldest daughter of the 1st Earl Verulam and widow of John 
Barham, Esq. He d. June 1870, leaving issue three sons and three daughters. 

CLARINA, BARON. (MASSBT.) 

EYRE CHALLONER HENRY MASSEY, 4th 
Baron, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
April 29th, 1830; succeeded his father 
1872; entered the 68th Foot as Ensign 
1847, became Lieut. 1851, Capt. 1853 
Brevet-Major 185-3, Major 1857. Lieut.- 
Col. 1858, Brevet Col. 1865; served with 
the 95th Foot in the Crimean war, and 
was present at the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, for which he has the Crimean medal 
and clasp, the Turkish War medal, and 
the orders of the Medjidie and the Legion 
For the liberty of my country. o f Honour. Served in the Indian mutiny ; 

at the siege and capture of Kotah, the 

battle of Kota Ka Serai, the capture of Gwalior, and the siege and capture 
of Pouree; was mentioned in despatches, and received the Indian medal 
and clasp. Exchanged as Lieut.-Col. to 97th Regiment 1873. Is a Dep. 
Lieut, for co. Limerick. 

Brother living, Hugh Nathaniel George, heir presumptive, b. 1836. Lionel Edwar.1, 
It. IHS;. Rev. Adolphus Henry Tuthill, b. 1844, TO. 1873. William Frederick Barton , 
It. 1845, TO. 1872. 

Sister, Anna Emily, b. 182Q, rw. 1855, (Barton). 

Creation, Baron Clarina, of Elm-park, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800. 

arms, Argent : on a chevron, between three fusils, sable, a lion passant, or. (TrfSt. 
at of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, gules, armed, sable. Supporters, Two grena- 
diers in the uniform of the 27th Foot, each supporting on his exterior side his musket, 
bayonet fixed, and the butt end on the ground, all proper. 

Seat, Kirn-park, Clarina, (co.) Limerick, Ireland. Club, United Service. 

CLARINA, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Eyre, 3rd 
Harm. Clarina. He was A. May 6, 1798; succeeded his father 1810; educated at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1819); was a Dep.-Lieut. for co. Limerick, and a Representative 
Peer for Ireland : TO. 1828, Susan Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Hugh Barton 
Esq. and d. Nov. 1872, leaving issue nve sons and one daughter. 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



CLARINA, Baroness, SUSAN ELIZABETH, daughter of the late Hugh 
Barton, Esq.: m. 1828, the 3rd Baron Clarina, who d. 1872. 
Residence, 

Claughton, surname of the Bishop of Rochester. 
Clegg-Hill, family name of Viscount Hill. 
Clements, Baron, title of the Earl of Leitrim on Eoll of H. L 
,, family name of the Earl of Leitrim. 



CLERMONT, BARON. (FORTESCUE.) 

THOMAS FORTESCUE, 1st Baron of the 2nd 
creation,* eldest son of Col. Chichester 
Fortescue, of Dromiskin. Born 9th 
March, 1815; was educated at Exeter 
College, Oxford; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Louth, and a Magistrate for that county 
and Armagh : married (1840) Lady Louisa 
Grace Wandesford Butler, 3rd daughter 
of the 1st Marquess of Ormonde (3rd 
creation) . 
Brother living, and heir presumptive to Irish 

generals. safegUard f ung?o7d,whom see. 

Sisters living, Martha Anne, b. 1810, m. 1828, 

the Rev. Edward Michael Hamilton. Harriet, b. 1824, TO. 1854, David Urquhurt, Esq. 
late M. P. for Stafford. 

Creations, Uaron Clermont, 1852, in the peerage of Ireland, and Baron Clermont, 
1866, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

arms, Az. ire : a bend, engrailed, argent, cotised, or. Crest, An heraldic tiger, pro- 
per, supporting with his fore-paw a plain shield, argent. Supporters, 1 wo moose deer, 
proper, attired, or ; ench gorged with a collar <>f tretoils, also proper. 

Seats, Havenxdale-i>ark, Clermont-park, and Dromiskin, (co.) Louth, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 35, Hill-street, W. Clubs, Travelleis', Brooks's. 




A strong 



CLEVELAND, 



DUKE OF. (POWLETT.) 

HARRY GEORGE POWLETT, K.G. 4th 
Duke, 6th Earl, and 8th Baron, son of 
William Henry, K.G. 1st Duke. Born 
April 19th, 1803; succeeded his brother in 
1 864 ; was educated at Eton, and at Oriel 
College, Oxford, (B.A. 1829); was at- 
tached to the Embassy at Paris, 1829; ap- 
pointed Secretary of Legation at Stock- 
holm, 1839; was M.P. for South Durham, 
184159, for Hastings, 185964, and is 
a Dep. Lieut, of the county of Durham ; 
assumed, in 1864, the name of Powlett, in 
lieu of his patronymic Vane : married 
(1854) Catherine Lucy Wilhelmine, Lady Dalmeny, (widow of Lord Dal- 

* The Earldom of Clermont being extinct, by default of male issue, the present Peer, as 
a lineal representative of the family, obtained the revival of the Barony of Clermont, in 
1852, with remainder to his brother, the Right Hon. Baron Carlingford. 




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ineny, eldest son of the 4th Earl of Rosebery, K.T.), daughter of the 4th 
Earl Stanhope. 

Heir presumptive tn the Barony of Barnard only, Morgan Vane, eldest son of the Rev, 
Robert Morgan Vane. B. 1833; was educated at Shrewsbury, and Christ Church, Ox- 
ford ; late Capt. in the Hunts Rifle Militia : TO. 1865, Alice Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Henry 
William Booth, Esq. and niece of Sir Williamson Booth, ana Bart. Residence, I, 
Adelaide-crescent, Brighton. C/w/vs, Carlton, Oxford and Cambridge. 

Sister living, Laura, b. 1803, m. 1823, (Meyrick). 

Patron of twenty. four living-s, Aston Botterell, R. Billingsley, R. Stottesdon, V. 
Farlow.V. Uppingt-m, D. Eat'n Constantine, V. High Ercull, V. Rowton, V. Harley, R. 
Hope Baggot, R. Kenley, R. Wem, R. Wioxteter, V. Shropshire. Brigstock, V. North 
amptonslnre. Cockfield, K. Darliapton, V. Durham. Bathwick, R. Wrington, R- 
Somersetshire. Burneston, V. Yorkshire. With the Earl of Sandwich, Bigbury, R. 
Portsmouth, R. Devonshire. With the Dowager Duchess of Cleveland, West Chick- 
erell, R. Frome Vauchurch, R. Dorsetshire. St. Martin, R. Cornwall. 

Creations, Baron Barnard, 1693. Viscount Barnard and Earl of Darlington, 1754. 

Marquess of Cleveland, 182;. Baron Raby and Duke of Cleveland, 1833, all in the 

-eerage of the United Kingdom. 

3rmg, Sable : three swords in pile, points downwards, proper, pomels 
hilts, or. CttSt, On a wreath, a falcon rising, or, belled of the last, and ducall 
gorged, gules. Supporters, Dexter, a lion guardant, or, collared and crowned as the 
crest; sinister, a greyhound, argent, collared as the dexter, being the supporters of 
Fitzroy, duke of Cleveland, and granted to the then marquess, by royal warrant, 182/. 
N.B. The former supporters of the earls of Darlington were Dexter, a griffin, wings ele- 
vated, argent, gorged with a plain collar, azure, charged with three left hand gauntlets, or ; 
tinitter, an antelope, or, with a like collar, charged with three martlets, gold. 

Seats, Raby-castle. Durham -, Battle-abbey, Sussex. 

Town Residence, 17, St. James's-square, S.W. Clubs, A thenseum, Travellers' . 

CLEVELAND. Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his brother, William 
John Frederick, 3rd Duke of Cleveland. He was ft. April 3, 1792, and succeeded his bro- 
ther, Jan. 18, 1864; m. July 3, 1815, Caroline, daughter of the 1st Earl Lonsdale, K.G. 
His Grace d. Sept. 6, 186i, without having had issue. 

CLEVELAND, CAROLINE. Duchess of, 5th daughter of the 1st Earl of 
Lonsdale ; m. 1815, the 3rd Duke of Cleveland, who d. 1864. 
Residence, 69, Brook-street, Grosven or- square, W. Seat, Osterley-park, Southall. 



CLIFDEN, VISCOUNT. (AGAR-ELLIS.) Sits as BARON MENDI P. 

HENRY GEORGE AGAR-ELLIS, 4th Vis- 
count. Born Sept. 2nd, Ib63; succeeded 
his father, 1806. 

Ulster living, Lilah Georgiana Augusta Con- 
stance, b. 1862. 

Heir presumptive, His uncle, Leopold George 
Frederick, brother of the 3rd Viscount. B. 1820 ; 
was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(B.A. 185G) ; has been a ('apt. in the Royal 
Navy; is Capt. in the Kilkenny Militia Fusiliers, 
and was Aide-de-Camp to the Lord Lieut, ot 
Ireland (the Farl of Kimberlcy) is(i. r > 6: sat as 

These things are not done without M - p - f r Kilkenny (L.C.) 185774; was an 

inspiration (from above). unsuccessful candidate 1852 and 1S/4 ; is a 

Magistrate for co. Kilkenny: m. 1864 the 

Hon. Harriet Stonor, 2nd daughter of the 3rd Baron Camoys, and has with other issue 

a son, b. 1864. Residence, 99, Belgrave-road, S.W. 




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Patron of one living:, Worminghall, V. Buckinghamshire. 

Creations, Baron Clifden of Gowran, Kilkennj-, 1776, and Viscount Clifden, 178), 
both in the peerage of Ireland, Baron Mendip of Somersetshire, 1794; and Baron Dover, 
in the county of Kent, 1831, both in the peerage of Great Britain. 

&rms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, on a cross, sable, five crescents, argent, Ellis ; 2nd 
and 3rd, azure, a lion rampant, or, Agar. QTttgt, A female figure naked, proper, with hair 
flowing down to her waist, or. ^upportrrg, Two greyhounds, sable, the dexter charged on 
the body with three crescents, or, and the sinister with three crosses moline voided, argent. 

Seats, Gowran-castle, co. Kilkenny, Ireland ; Holdeuby-house, Northamptonshire ; 
Roehampton, Surrey. 

Town .Residence, Dover-house, Whitehall, S.W. 

CLIFDEN, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry, 

3rd Viscount. He was b. Feb. 25, 1825, and succeeded his father as Baron Dover, 1833, and 
his grandi'ather as Viscount Clifden and Baron Mendip, 1836; . 186l, Eliza Horatia 
Frederica, 2nd daughter of Krederic Charles William Seymour, Esq. and d. Feb. -20 IhGti, 
having had issue one son and two daughters. 

CLIFDEN, Viscountess, ELIZA HORATIA FREDERICA, daughter of Frederic 
Charles William fteymour, Esq.; is a lady of the Bedchamber to Her 
Majesty: in. 1st, 1861, the 3rd Viscount Clifden, who d. 1866; 2ndly 
1875, Major Walter George Stirling, only son of Sir Walter Stirling, Bart, 
of Faskine, co. Lanark. 
Residence, same as Viscount Clifden. 

CLIFFORD, BARON. (CLIFFORD.) 

CHARLES HUGH CLIFFORD, 8th Baron, 
a Count of the Holy Roman Empire. 
Born July 27th, 1819; succeeded his fa- 
ther in 1858; is a Magistrate and a Dep. 
Lieut, of Devonshire, and a Magistrate 
for Somersetshire: married (1845) the 
Hon. Agnes Catherine Louisa Petre, 
youngest daughter of the llth Baron 
Petre, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Lewis Henry Hugh, b. 1851 ; educated 
at Stonyhurst College, (graduated B.A. London 
University, 18/2); appointed Capt. 10th Devon 
Rifle Volunteers 1875. Club. Devonshire. 
William Hugh, b. 1858. Walter Charles Ig- 
natius, b. 1862, (twin with Emma.) 
Daughters, Bertha Mary Agnes, b. 1848. Mary Lucy Constance, b. 1849. Kdith Theresa 

Mary, b. 1855. Cecilia Mary, b. I860. Emma Mary Agnes, b. 1862, (twin with Walter. 
Brothers living, William Joseph Hugh, D.D. b. 1823. Henry Hugh, V.C. *. 1826, m. 1857. 

Rev. Walter Charles Ignatius, b. 1830. 

Sister living, Mary Constantia, b. 1825, m. 1st, 1846, (Vavasour); 2ndly, 1865, (Kavanagh). 
Patron of four livings, (but being a Roman Catholic CRnnot present), St. Nicholas, V. 
Devonshire. Wappenbury, V. and Weston-under-Weatherley, V. Warwickshire. Pid- 
dlewalston, R. Dorsetshire. 

Creation, Baron Clifford of Chudleigh, in the peerage of England, 1672. 

arms, Cheeky : or and azure, a fesse, gules. Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a 
demi-wyvern, gules. Supporters, Two wyverns, purpure. 

Seats, Ugbrooke-park, and the Ness, Shaldon, Devonshire: Court-house, Can 
nington, Somersetshire. Club, Reform. 




Always ready. 



CLIFFORD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Hugh 



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Ill 



Charles, /th Baron Clifford He was b. May 29, 1790, and succeeded his father April 2y, 
1831: m. Aug. 31, 1818, Mary Lucy, who d. 183!, daughter of Thomas Weld, Esq., of 
Lulworth Castle. He d. Feb. 28, 1858, leaving issue six sons and two daughters. 

Clifton, Baron, son of the Earl of Darnley. (see Darnley.) 
,, title of the Earl of Darnley on Roll of H.L. 

CLINTON, BARON. (HEPBURN-STUART-FORBES-TREFUSIS.) 

Nee Temere nee Timide. CHARLES HENRY RoLLE HEPBURN- 

Neither rashly nor timidly. STUART-FORBES-TREFUSIS, 20th Baron. 

Born March 2nd, 1834; succeeded hi.s 
father in 1866 ; educated at Eton, and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1st 
class in Law and Modern History, 
1856, M.A. 1859) ; was M.P. for North 
Devon, 1857 66, and Under Sec- 
retary of State for India, 18678; is 
a Charity Commissioner, a Dep. 
Lieut, of Devonshire, and Kin- 
cardineshire, Lieut. -Col. North Devon 
Yeomanry Cavalry, and Capt. 25th 
Aberdeenshire Rifle Volunteer Corps : 
assumed, by Royal licence, 1807, the 
surnames of Hepburn-Stuart-Forbrs, 
in addition to and before that of Tn - 
fusis, and the arms of Stuart and 

Forbes, quarterly with those of Trefusis: married (1858) Harriet Williamimi. 

daughter of Sir John Stuart Forbes, 8th Baronet of Fettercairn and 

Pitsligo, (this lady died, 1869), and has issue, living, 

.<(, Charles John Robert, b. 1863. Henry Walter, b. 186 . 

Dwqhterx, Ada Harriet, b. I860 Mary Elizabeth, 6. 1 86 1. Margaret Adela, 6. 1866. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1875), Margaret, daughter of T. W. Walrond, 

Esq., late M.P. for Tiverton. 

Brothers living, Mark George Kerr ROLLE,* b. 1835, m. I860. Walter Rodolph, b. 1838. 

John Schomberg, b. 1852. 
Sisters living, Emily Harriet, b. 1832. Mary Louisa, b. 1836, m. 1868 (Gamier . 

Evelyn Anne, b. 1841. Helen Ueorgina, b. 1843. Gertrude Albertma, b. 1845. Alice 

Morwenna, b. 18*9. 

Patron of five livings, Huish, R. Huntshaw, R. Petrockstow, R. Wellcombe, V. 
Merton, R. Devonshire. 

Creation, Baron Clinton of Maxtock, Warwickshire, in the peerage of England, 12Qy. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th ardent, a chevron between three spindles, sabh-, 
Trefusis; '2nd, azure, three boars' heads couped, argent, muzzled, gules, across crceelet, 
argent, for distinction, Forbes of Pitsligo; 3rd, or, a bend, gules, surmoiu ted by a fesht-, 
cheeky, azure and argent, in chief a crescent, azure, a canton, ermine, for difference, 
Stuart. (Crest, 1st, a griffin, segreant, or, resting its dexter claw ui on a shield, argent, 
Trefusis ; '2nd, out of a Baron's coronet a dexter hand grasping a scimitar, proper ; motto 
over the crest, " Neo temere nee timide," Forbes; 3rd, a dexter hand grasping a sword, 
proper, the arms charged with a cross crosslet, for distinction; motto over the crvst. 
" Avaunt." Supporttte, Two greyhounds, argent, plain collared and lined, gules. 




All things come from God. 



* This gentleman assumed the surname of Rolle in lieu of that of Trefusis, as 
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Seats, Heanton Satcbville, Beaford, Devonshire ; Fettercairn House, N.B. ; Invermay 
House, Bridge of Earn, Perthshire Town Residence, 14, Chapel-street, Park-lane, W. 
Clubs, C&rltoo, Travellers'. 

CLINTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles 
Rodolph, 19th Baron Clinton He was b. Nov. 9, 1791, and succeeded his brother, 1833; was 
educated at Oriel College, Oxford, (B.A. 1st class in Mathematics, 1814, M.A. 1817), 
and became Fellow of Ail Souls'; was M.P. for Okehampton before the passing of the 
Reform Bill; was a Hep. Lieut, of Devonshire, and Lieut.-Col. of the North Devon Yeo- 
manry Cavalry: m. 1831, Lady E iza>>eth Georgiana Kerr, who d. 1871, 2nd daughter of 
the 6th Marquess of Lothian, and d. April 10th, 1866, having had issue four sons 
and seven daughters. 

Clinton (Pelham-Clinton), family name of the Duke of Newcastle. 
Clive, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Powis. 
(Windsor-Clive), family name of Baron Windsor. 



CLONBROCK, BARON. (DILLON.) 

ROBERT DILLON, 3rd Baron, in the 
peerage ot Ireland, a Representative Peer 
for Ireland. Born March 29th, 1807; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1826; educated at 
, Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 
1827, M.A. 1830) ; appointed Lord Lieut, 
of Galway (co.) 1874; is a Magistrate 
for Roscommon: married (1830"! the 
Hon. Caroline Elizabeth Spencer, eldest 
daughter of the 1st Baron Churchill, (this 
lady died, 1864,) and has issue, living, 

Sons, Luke Gerald, b. 1834; was educated at 
Help from above. Eton, and at Baliiol College, Oxford, (B. A. 2nd 

class in Law and Modern History, 1855) ; was 

Attache" at Berlin, 1 856 8, and at Vienna, 18589 ; 2nd Paid Attach^ at Vienna, 185962, 
and appointed a 2nd Secretary in the Diplomatic Service, 1862 3, when he resigned ; 
was Private Secretary to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland, (the Duke of Abercorn, K.G.) 18668 ; 
is a Magistrate for (cp.) Galway: m. 1866, the Hon. Augusta Caroline Crofton, daughter 
of the 2n 1 Baron Crofton, and has, with other issue, Robert Edward, b. 1869. Clubs, 
Travellers', Arthur's. 
Robert Villiers, b. 1838, m. 1873. 

Daughters, Fanny Letitia, b. 1835. Caroline Anastasia, b. 1837. Helen Isabella, b. 1840. 
Louisa Emilia, b. 1841. Georgiana Louisa, b. 1844. Alice Elizabeth, b 1815, m. 1866, 
(Congreve). K-itherine Charlotte, b. 1847. Elizabeth Octavia, 6. 1848, m. 1875 (Nanney). 

Sister living, Louisa, b. 1805, m. 1827, (Congrev r e). 

Creation, Baron Clonbrock of Clonbrock, in the peerage of Ireland, 1790. 

fJrms, Argent : a lion rampant, between three crescents, each with an estoile between 
the horns, gules, over all a fesse, azure. GTrest, On a chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, 
a falcon rising, argent, belled, or. Supporters, Dexter, a griffin, wings elevated, proper, 
sinister, a falcon, wings inverted, proper, belled, or. 

Seat, Clonbrock, Ahascragh, (co.) Galway, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 34, Duke Street, St. James's, S.W. 

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By valour and the protection of 
Heaven. 



CLONBBOCK, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Luke, 
2nd Baron Clonbrock. He was b. April 25, 1780, and succeeded his father, July 22, 1795 : 
m. Jan. 6, 1803, Anastasia, daughter of the 1st Baron Wallscourt, (she d. 1816) ; and d.Dec. 
13, 1826, having had issue two sons and two daughters. 

CLONCURRY, BARON. (LAWLESS.) 

VALENTINE LAWLESS, 4th Baron, and 
a Baronet. Born Nov. 2nd, 1840; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1869 ; was educated at 
Eton, and at Balliol College, Oxford, (B. A. 
1861) ; was sometime Major in the Kil- 
dare Militia, and resigned 1873; is a 
Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, for (co.) 
Kildare. 

Brothers living, Edward, b. 1841, heir pre- 
sumptive ; was educated at Eton ; entered the 
Rifle Brigade as Ensign, 1859, became Lieut. 
1863, retired 1869 ; served in India and Canada ; 
was appointed Capt. and Adjutant Kildare 
Militia, 1 869. Club, Kildare-street, (Dublin) . 
Frederick, b. 1847. Denis, b. 1854. 
Sisters living, Emily, b. 1845. Elizabeth, b. 1850. Rose, b. 1851. Mary, b. 1853. 

Creations, Baron Cloncurry, in the peerage of Ireland, 1/89, and Baron Cloncurry, 
in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1831. A Baronet, 1776. 

firms, Argent: on a chief indented, sable, three garbs, or. Crest, Out of a ducal 
coronet, or, a demi-man in armour represented in profile, his visor closed, and holding in 
his right hand a sword erect, all proper 5 the helmet adorned with a plume of three feathers, 
the centre one argent, the other two gules. Supporters, Dexter, a bull, sable, armed and 
unguled, argent; sinister, a ram, argent, armed and unguled, or. 

Seat, Lyons, Hazlehatch, (co.) Kildare, Ireland. Clubs, Carlton, St. James's. 

CLONCTTRHY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Edward, 
3rd Baron Cloncurry. He was b. Sept. 13, 1816, and succeeded his father Oct. 28, 1853 j 
was a Dep. Lieut, of Dublin county: m. Sept. 17, 1837, Elizabeth, only daughter of John 
Kirwaii, Esq. of Castle Hackett, (co.) Galway; and d. April 3, 1869, having had issue 
seven sons and four daughters. 

CLONCURRY, Baroness, ELIZABETH, only daughter of John Kirwan, Esq. 
of Castle Hackett, (co.) Galway : m. Sept. 17, 1837, the 3rd Baron Clon- 
curry, who d. 1869. 
Residence, Maretimo, Blackrock, (co.) Dublin. 

CLONMELL, EARL OF. (Scorr.) 

JOHN HENRY REGINALD SCOTT, 4th 
Earl in the peerage of Ireland, and a 
Representative Peer for Ireland. Born 
March 2nd, 1839; succeeded his father in 
1866 ; served for some time as a Lieut, in 
the 1st Life Guards; is a Magistrate for 
co. Kildare. 

Brother living, Thomas Charles, heir presump- 
tive, b. 1840; entered the Rifle Brigade as 
Ensign, 1859; became Lieut. 1863: m. 1875, 
Agnes, daughter of the late Robert Godfrey 
Day, Esq., and niece of the Bishop of Cashel. 
Sisters living, Maria Henrietta, b. 1841, m. 1864, ( Fitzclarence) Annette Louisa, b. 1844, 
m. 1870 (La Touche), Rachel Mary, b. 1846, m. 1866 (Saunderson), Eilith Caroline 
Sophia, b. 11*52. m. 18/4(Monck). 

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Creations, Baron Earlsfort, i;S4, Viscount Clonmell, 1789, Earl of Clonmell, 1/93, 
all in the peerage of Ireland. 

Strms, Or: on a bend, azure, an estoile between two crescents, gold. (Evest, A buck 
trippant, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a female figure representing Justice, holding in the 
right hand a sword erect, and in the left a pair of scales, proper ; sinister, a like figure re- 
presenting Mercy, resting her left hand on a sword reversed. 

Seat, Bishop'3-court, Straffan, Ireland. Town Residence, 3, St. James's-place, S.W. 
Club, Carlton. 

CLONMELL, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Henry, 3rd Earl of Clonmell. He was born Jan. 4th, 1817, and succeeded his father, Jan. 
18th, 1838: m. April 20th, 1838, the Hon. Anne De-Burgh, who d. 18/2, eldest daughter 
of fehe 2nd and last Baron Downes, G.C.B. and d. Feb. 7th, 1866, having had issue three 
sons and four daughters. 

Clonmore, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Wicklow. 
Clnn, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Norfolk. 
Clydesdale, Marquess of, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 
Cobham, Viscount & Baron, titles borne by the Duke of Buckingham. 
Cochrane, Lord, son of the Earl of Dundonald. (see Dundonald.) 

,, family name of the Earl of Dundonald. 
Cocks, (Somers-Cocks), family name of Earl Somers. 
Coke, Viscount, son of the Earl of Leicester, (see Leicester.) 

family name of the Earl of Leicester. 
Colborne, Baron Seaton. 



COLCHESTER, BARON. (ABBOT.) 

REGINALD CHARLES EDWARD ABBOT, 
3rd Baron. Born Feb. 13, 1842; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1867 ; educated at 
Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford (Stan- 
hope Prize, 1861, 1st class in Classics and 
1st class in Law and Modern History. 
1863, Fellow of All Souls', 1864, M.A, 
1865) ; was Private Secretary to the 14th 
Earl of Derby, K.G. 1867, in which 
year he was called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Sussex ; unsuccessfully contested East 
Sussex, 1865, and Devonport, 1866: 
married (1869) the Hon. Isabella Grace 
Maude, eldest daughter of the 4th Viscount Hawarden. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, the Rev. Charles Henry Philip, eldest son of the Hon. 
Philip Henry Abbot, who was brother of the 2nd Baron. B. 1832; was educated 
at Westminster, and at Christ Church, Oxford. (B.A. 1853, M.A. 1857); is Rector of 
Withington, Herefordshire: m. 1865, Maria Lear, youngest daughter of the late 
Rev. John Comyns, of Wood Bishopsteignton, South Devon. Residence, Withingtou 
Rectory, Hereford. 




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Creation, Baron Colchester, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1817. 

Srms, Gules : on a chevron, between three pears, or, as many crosses raguly, azure ; the 
whole within a tressure, flory, gold. (CrtSt, Out of a ducal coronet, or, an unicorn's 
head, ermine, armed, crined, and tufted of the first, between six ostrich feathers, argent, 
quilled, gold, .Supporters, Two unicorns, ermine, armed, unguled, crined, and tufted, or, 
gorged with a collar, azure, between two single tressures, gules, and chain reflexed over 
tae backs, gold, and charged on the shoulder with a cross raguly, of the third. 

Clubs, Carlton, New University. 

COLCHESTEE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Charles, D.C.L. 2nd Baron. He was ';. March 12, 1798, and succeeded his father in 1829 ; 
was educated at Westminster; entered the Royal Navy in 1811, and became an Admiral 
on the Reserved List in 1864; was Vice- President of the Board of Trade, Paymaster- 
General and Treasurer of the Navy, 1*52 ; Postmaster General, 1858- -9 : m. 1836, the Hon. 
Elizabeth Susan Law, 3rd daughter of the 1st Baron Ellenborough, and d. Oct 18. 1867, 
having had issue one son. 

COLCHESTER, ELIZABETH SUSAN LAW, Baroness, 3rd daughter of the 
1st Baron Ellenborough; m. 1836, the 2nd Baron Colchester, who d. 1867. 
Residence, 37, Montague-square, W. 

Cole, family name of the Earl of Enniskillen. 
,, Viscount, son of the Earl of Enniskillen. (see Enniskillen.) 

COLERIDGE, BARON. (COLERIDGE.) 

JOHN DUKE COLERIDGE, P.C., 1st Baron, 
eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir John 
Taylor Coleridge, formerly a Judge of 
the Court of Queen's Bench, by Mary, 
eldest daughter of the late Rev. G. 
Buchanan, LL.D., Vicar of Woodman - 
sterne, and Rector of Northfleet. Born 
1821 ; was educated at Eton, and at Bal- 
liol College, Oxford, tvhere he obtained a 




scholarship, and subsequently became a 
Fellow of Exeter College (B.A. 1842, 



ege 
M.A. 1846.) Called to the Bar at the 

Fear God, and honour the king. Middle Temple 1847, and made a Q.C. 
and Bencher of the Middle Temple 1861. Was Recorder of Portsmouth 
from 1855 till 1866, Solicitor-General from Dec. 1868 to Nov. 1871, and 
Attorney-General from Nov. 1871 till IS'ov. 1873, when he was appointed 
Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. Author of various 
papers in the " Edinburgh Review" and other periodicals. Sat as M.P. for 
Exeter from 1865 till 1873, having in 1864 been an unsuccessful candidate. 
Married (Ib40) Jane Fortescue, 3rd daughter of the Rev. George Turner 
Seymour, of Farringford Hill, Isle of Wight, and has issue, living, 
Sons, Bernard John Seymour, b. 1853 ; educated at Eton, is at Trinity College, Oxford. 

Stephen William Buchanan, b. 1854. Gilbert James Duke, b. 1859. 
Daughter, Mildred Mary. 

Sish-r lii'ing, Alethea Buchanan, m. 1849, the Right Rev. J. F. Mackarness, D.D., 3lst 
Bishop of Oxford. 

Creation, Baron Coleridge of Ottery St. Mary, in the county of Devon, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom 187:5. 

arms. Argent : on a mount vert in base, an otter proper ; a chief gules, charged with 
a dove of the field between two crosses patee fit hi- e or. Crest, A crucifix or, rising from 
an otter, as in the arms. Supporters, Dexter, an otter proper, gorged with a garland of 
roses gules, leaved vert; sinister, a lion sable, gorged as the former. 

Town Residence, 1, Sussex Square, W. Clubs, Athenaeum, Reform, 



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I can never forget. 



COLONSAY, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 

COLVILLE, BARON. (COLVILLE.) 

CHARLES JOHN COLVILLE, P.C , K.T., llth 
Baron in the peerage of Scotland, a Re- 
presentative Peer of Scotland. Born Nov. 
23rd, 1818; succeeded his uncle in 1849; 
was educated at Harrow ; was Chief 
Equerry and Clerk Marshal to the Queen, 
1852, and 1858 'J ; Lieut.-Col. Com- 
mandant of the Hon. Artillery Company, 
18606 ; Master of Her Majesty's Buck- 
hounds, 1866 8, and Principal Whip to 
the Conservative party in the House of 
Lords, 1852 71; is Dep. Chairman of 
the Great Northern Railway Co., appointed 
Chamberlain to H. R. H. the Princess of 

Wales 1873 : married (1853) the Hon. Cecilia Katherine Mary Carington, 
daughter of the 2nd Baron Carington, and has issue living, 
Sons, Charles Robert William. Master of Col ville, b. 1854; educated at Harrow ; appointed 
Ensign and Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 1871. Stanley Cecil James, b. 186l. George 
Charles, b. 1867. 

Daughter, Blanche Cecile, b. 1857. 
Brother living, William James, b. 1827, ro. 1857. 

Sisters living, Anne Amelia, b. 1819, m. 1839, Viscount Newry, M.P. (he d. 1851). 
Catherine Dorothea, b. 1822, m. 1861, Sir John Simeon, 3rd Bart. M.P. (he d. 1870). 
Creation, Baron Colville of Culross, in the peerage of Scotland, 1609. 
arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, a cross moline, sable, Colville; 2nd and 3rd, 
gules, a fesse, cheeky, argent, and azure, Lindsay. (Crest, A hind's head, couped at the 
neck, argent. Supporters, Dexter, a rhinoceros ; sinister, a figure of Hercules, habited 
in a lion's skin, and holding his club on his left shoulder. 

Town Residence,!?., Eaton-place, S.W. Clubs, C&rlton, White's. 

COLVILLE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, John, 
10th Baron Colville. He was b. 1768, and succeeded his father in 181 1 ; was a Represen- 
tative Peer of Scotland, and an Admiral in the Royal Navy ; m. 1st, Oct. 14, 1/90, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Ford, Esq. (she d. 1839, without surviving issue) ; 2ndly, 
Oct. 15, 1841, Anne, daughter of the 1st Baron Ellenborough : and d. Dec. 22, 1849, without 
issue. Her ladyship d. 1852. 



Salamanca. 



COMBERMERE, VISCOUNT. (STAPLETON-COTTON.) 

WELLINGTON HENRY STAPLETON-COTTON. 
2nd Viscount, and a Baronet. Born Nov, 
24th, 1818; succeeded his father, 1865; was 
educated at Eton; entered the 7th Hussars 
in 1837, exchanged into the 1st Lif 
Guards in 1841, became Capt. 1846, Majoi 
in the Army, 1850, (in which year he was 
placed on half-pay) ; Lieut.-Col. 1857, and 
Col. 1861. Was" M.P. for Carrickfergus, 
184757. Is a Dep. Lieut, of Cheshire, 
and a Magistrate for that county and 
Shropshire : married (1844) Susan Alice, 
who died, 1869, daughter of Sir George 
Sitwell, 2nd Bart, and has issue, living. 




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Son*, Robert Wellington, b. 1845; was educated at Eton; appointed Sub- Lieut. Shrop- 
shire Militia 1875; is a Magistrate for Shropshire: m. 1866, Charlotte Ann, only child of 
Ellis Fletcher, Esq., of Peel Hall, and Clifton, Lancashire. 
Richard Southwell, b. 1849, m . 1870, Jane Charlotte, daughter of the 2nd Baron Methuen. 

Daughters, Susan Caroline Mary, b. 1846, m. 1867, (Peel). Hester Alice, b. 1851. 

Sisters torn,?, Caroline Frances, b. 1816, m. 1837, the 4th Marquess of Downshire. 
Meliora Emily Anue Maria, b. 1825, m. 1853, (Hunter). 

Patron of two livings, Burley-Dam, V. Audlem, V. Cheshire. 

Creations, Baron Combermere, 1814, Viscount Combermere, 1826, both in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1667. 

&rms Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, a chevron between three hank? of cotton, 
argent, and pendent from a ribbon a representation of his cross and clasps of service, 
Cotton; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a lion rampant, sable, Stapleton. Crest, 1st, a falcon, wings 
expanded and inverted, proper, beaked, membered, and belled, or, holding in the dexter 
claw part of a belt, proper, buckled, gold, Cotton ; 2nd, (of augmentation) on a mount, 
vert, a dragoon of the 20th regiment, mounted on a black horse, and in the act of 
charging, and over the crest, in an escrol, azure, the word "Salamanca," in gold letters ; 
3rd, out of a ducal coronet, or, a Saracen's head couped at the shoulders affrontre, wreathed 
round the temples, argent and sable, Stupleton. Supporters, Two falcons, wings expanded 
and inverted, proper, beaked, membered, and belled, or, murally gorged, gules. 

Seat. Combermere-abbey, Whitchurch, Salop. 
C/wis, Carlton, Boodle's. 

COMBERMERE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was bis father, Sir 
Stapleton. Cotton, 1st Viscount Combermere, G.C.B. G.C.H. K.S.I. 5.1772; educated at 
Westminster. Entered the Army in 1791, as Lieut. Welsh Fusiliers, was shortly afterwards 
promoted to a Cavalry Regiment; served with the Duke of York in Flanders, 1793-4 ; 
afterwards at the Cape, and at Madras, where he was engaged against Tippoo Saib. On his 
return he commanded a Regiment in Ireland for three years, when he was placed on the Staff 
in England. Was sent, in 1808, with a Brigade to Portugal ; was present at Talavera, and 
at each subsequent action throughout the Peninsular war, during a portion of which time 
he was Commander-in Chief of the Cavalry. Was second in command to Wellington at 
Salamanca, after which battle, as also after Talavera, he received the unanimous thanks 
of Parliament ; at the close of the campaign he received the Order of the Bath, and was 
again thanked by Parliament, in conjunction with Wellington ; in 1813, was appointed to 
the command of the 20th Dragoons, and received the Order of the Tower and Sword of 
Portugal ; and of St. Ferdinand of Spain; in 1814, he was created Baron Combermere ; in 
1817, he was chosen Governor of Barbados, and Command er-in-Chief in the West Indies, 
and in 1822, Commander-in -Chief in Ireland, and in 1825 Commander-in-Chief in Bengal, 
and for his services at the siege of Bhurtpore, he was, in 1826, elevated to the Viscountcy. 
Ho was afterwards Colonel of the 1st Life Guards, Gold Stick -in- Wai ting, Constable of the 
Tower of London, Lord Lieut, of the Tower Hamlets, a Field Marshal in the Army, and a 
Governor of the Royal Military Asylum. His lordship m. 1st, Jan. 1, 1801, Anne, daughter 
of the 3rd Duke of Newcastle, (she d. 1807), having issue, three sons ; 2ndly, June 18, 1814, 
Caroline, daughter of W. F. Greville, Esq. (she d. JSS?), having issue a son and two 
daughters ; 3rdly, 1838, Mary Woolley, daughter of Robert Gibbings, Esq. He d. Feb. 1865* 
without issue from his last marriage. 

COMBERMERE, Viscountess, MARY WOOLLEY, daughter of Robert Gib- 
bings, Esq., of Cork: m. 1838, as his 3rd wife, the 1st Viscount 
Combermere, who d. 1865. 
Residence, 48, Belg rave square, S.W. 

Compton, Earl, title borne by the Marquess of Northampton. 
family name of the Marquess of Northampton. 



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Honors follow thee. 



CONGLETON, BARON. (PARNELL.) 

JOHN VESEY PARNELL, 2nd Baron, 
and a Baronet. Born 16th June, 1805 ; 
succeeded his father in 1842; was edu- 
cated at Edinburgh University : married, 
1st (1831), Miss Cronin, (this lady died, 
1832) ; 2ndly (1833), Khatoon, an Ar- 
menian lady, of Shiraz, Persia, widow 
of Yoosoof Constantine, (this lady died, 
1865) ; 3rdly (1867), Margaret Catherine, 
daughter of the late Charles Ormerod, 
Esq. of the India Board, and has issue, 
living, 

Daughter, Sarah Cecilia, b. 1868. 
Brothers living, Henry William, heirnresumptive, b. 1809; was High Sheriff of Westmeath 
1861 ; m. 1st 1835, Sophia, daughter of Col. the Hon. William Bligh, (this lady d. 1846); 
2ndly 1851, Caroline Margaret Dawson, (late Maid of Honour to the Queen), daughter of 
the late Hon. Lionel Charles Dawson, and has, with other issue, William Henry, b. 1837 ; 
Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards. Residences, 13, Bryan ston-square, W.j Anneville, 
Mullingar. Club, Athenaeum. 
The Rev. George Darner, b. 1810, m. 1833. 

Sisters living, Mary Letitia, m. 1st, 1824, (Moore), 2ndly, (Cole). Emma Jane, b. 1804, 
m. 1825, the 5th Earl of Darnley. 

Creations, Baron Congleton, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1841. A 
Baronet, 1766. 

Slrtns, Gules ; two chevronels, in chief, three escallops, argent. Crest, A boar's head 
erased, or, between two wings, gules, each charged with two chevronels, argent. 
5-upportcrs, Dexter, an angel vested, argent, wings and the head radiated, gold ; sinister, 
a hermit vested, the exterior hand supporting his staff, proper, the hat ensigned with an 
escallop, or. 

Seat, Rathleague, Queen's County, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 53, Great Cumberland-place, W. 

CONGLETON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, the 
Right Hon. Sir Henry Brooke Parnell, Bart. M.P. P.C. 1st Baron Congleton. He was 
A.July 3, 1776, and having been Secretary at War, 18312, Paymaster -General of the 
Forces, and Treasurer of the Navy and Ordnance, 183541, was raised to the peerage in 
the latter year: m. Feb. 17, 1801, Lady Caroline Elizabeth Dawson, daughter of the 1st 
Earl of Portarlington ; and d. June 8, 1842, having had issue three sons and four 
daughters. Her ladvship d. in 186l. 

CONNAUGHT, DUKE OFj see PEERS OF THE BLOOD ROYAL. 
Constable-Maxwell, family name of Baron Herries. 
Conway, Lord, grandson, of the Marquess of Hertford. 

CONYERS, BARON, (LANE-Fox.) 

SACKVILLE GEORGE LANE-FOX, 12th 
Baron, eldest son of the late Sackville 
Walter Lane-Fox, Esq., M.P., by Lady 
Charlotte Osborne, eldest daughter of the 
6th Duke of Leeds. Born Sept. 14th, 
1827; succeeded, through his mother, to 
the Barony of Conyers on the death of 
his uncle, the 7th Duke of Leeds, in 
1859: married (1860) Mary, eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Reginald Curteis, Esq., 
and has issue, living, 
Sow, Sackville Fitz-Roy Henry, b. 1861. 





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Daughters, Marcia Amelia Mary, b. 1863, Violet Ida Eveline, b. 1865. 
Sisters living, (twins) Elizabeth Catherine, 4.1832, m. 186l (Cracrof t) . Lora Mary, A. 
1832. 

Creation, Baron Conyers, in the peerage of England, (by writ,) 1509. 

Seat, Willesbourne, Warwickshire. Town Address, 55, Jermyn-street, S.W. 

Club, Carlton. 

CONYERS, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Francis 
Godolphin, llth Baron Conyers, and 7th Duke of Leeds. 

CONYNGHAM, MARQUESS OF. (CONYNGHAM.) Sits as BARON 
MINSTER. 

FRANCIS NATHANIEL CONYNGHAM, K.P. 
G.C.H. P.O., 2nd Marquess and 4th 
Baron. Born June llth, 1799 ; succeeded 
his father in 1832; was educated x at 
Eton; entered the Life Guards, 1820, 
became Lieut. 1821, Capt. 1823, Major 
1827, (when he was placed on half- 
pay), Lieut. -Col. 1841, Col. 1854, Major- 
Gen. 1858, Lieut.-Gen. 1866 and Gen. 1874. 
Was First Groom of the Bedchamber and 
Gentleman and Master of the Robes to 
George III. 1820, Under Secretary for 
Foreign Affairs, 1823 6, Lord of the Treasury, 1826 30, Postmaster 
General, (July to Dec.) 1834, and (May), 1835, Lord Chamberlain to the 
Household (King William IV. and Queen Victoria) 18359. Was M.P. 
for Donegal, 1825 32. Is Lieut, of co. Meath, and Vice- Admiral of Ulster ; 
was Lieut. -Col. of the Prince of Wales's own Regiment of Donegal Militia, 
1854 5; is now Col. of the Royal Meath Militia. Married (1824) Lady 
Jane Paget, 2nd daughter of the 1st Marquess of Anglesey, K.G., and has 
issue, living, 

Sons, George Henry, Earl of Mount Charles, b. 1825; entered the 1st Life Guards as 
Cornet, 1844, became Lieut. 1850, Captain, 1854, Major and Lieut.-Col. 1861, and Col. 
1866, retired, 1868; is a Magistrate tor Kent, and Lieut.-Col. of the East Kent Yeo. 
Mounted Rifles ; is an Extra Equerry to the Queen : m. 1 854, Lady Jane St. Maur- Blanche 
Stanhope, daughter of the 4th Earl of Harrington, and has, with other issue, Henry 
Francis, Viscount Slane, b. 1857. Francis Nathaniel, M.P., b. 1832, m. 1857. 

Daughters, June, b. 1826, m. 1849, the 2nd Baron Churchill. Frances Caroline Maria, 
6. 1827, m. 1847, (Lambart). Elizabeth Georgiana, b. 1829, m. 1849, (Bryan). Cecilia 
Augusta, b. 1831, m. 1861, (Brinckman). 

Patron of three livings, Patrixbourne, V. Kent. Glentris, R. Dungloe, R. Donegall. 

Creations, Baron Conyngham, 1/81, Viscount, 1789, Earl and Viscount, 1798, Vis- 
count Slane and Earl of Mount Charles, and Marquess Conyngham, 1816, in the peerage of 
Ireland, Baron Minster, of Minster Abbey, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1821. 

9rnts, Argent: a shake fork, between three mullets, sable. Crest, A unicorn's head 
erased, argent, armed, or, crined and tufted, sable. Supporters, Dexter, ahorse, argent, 
hoofs and *nane, or, and charged on the breast with an eagle displayed, or ; sinister, a 
stag, proper, attired, unguled, and charged ou the breast with a griffin's head erased, or. 

Seats, Slane-castle, (co.) Meath; and Mount Charles, Donegal, Ireland. Bifrons, 
near Canterbury, Kent. 

Town Residence, 5, Hamilton-place, W. 
Clubs, White's, United Service. 



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CONYNGHAM, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Henry, 1st Marquess and 3rd Baron Conyngham, b. Dec. '26, 1766; succeeded his father as 
Baron, 1737, and was successively raised in the Irish peerage ; to an Earldom, 1797, and 
Marquisite 1816; was made a Peer of Great Britain, as Baron Minster, 18-21: m. July 
5, 1794, Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Deriison, Esq. and d, Dec. 28, 1832, having issue 
four sons and three daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1861 . 

Cooper, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Shaftesbury. 
,, (Ashley-Cooper), surname of the Earl of Shaftesbury. 

CORK AND ORRERY, EARL OF. (BOYLE.) Sits as BARON BOYLE. 

RICHARD EDMUND ST. LAWRENCE BOYLE, 
K.P. P.C. 9th Earl, Lord Lieut, of Somer- 
setshire, Master of Her Majesty's Buck- 
hounds, son of Viscount Dungarvan, who 
was eldest son of the 8th Earl. Born April 
19th, 1829; succeeded his grandfather in 
1856; educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford. Was M.P. for Frome, 
18546. Is Lieut.-Col. Commandant of 
the North Somerset Yeomanry ; a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Cork (co.) 
Was Master of Her Majesty's Buckhounds, 
1866, and was again appointed to that office, 1868: married (1853) Lady 
Emily Charlotte De-Burgh, 2nd daughter of the 1st Marquess of Clan- 
ricarde, K.P. and has issue, living, 
Sows, Charles Spencer Canning, Viscount Dungarvan, 6.1861. Robert John, 6.1864. 

Fitz-Adelm Alfred Wentworth, b. 1866. 

Daughters, Emily Harriet Catherine, b. 1854. Grace Elizabeth, b. 1856. Honora 
Janet, b. 1857, TO. 1875 (Hodgson). Dorothy Blanche, b. 1858. Isabel Lettice Theo- 
dosia, b. I860. 

Brothers living, William George, b. 1830. Edmund John, b. 1831, m. 1861. 
Sisters living, Louisa Carolina Elizabeth, b. 1833, m. 1863, the 6th Earl of Essex. 
Mary Emily, b. 1834, m. 1857, (Hope-Vere). 

Patron of one living, Marston Bigott, R. Somersetshire. 

Creations, Baron Boyle, 1616, Earl of Cork and Viscount Dungarvan, 1620, Baron 
Broghill, Viscount Kinalmeaky and Baron Boyle of Bandon Bridge, 1628, Earl ot Orrery, 
1660, all in the peerage of Ireland, Baron Boyle, in the peerage of the United King- 
dom, 17)1. 

&rnts, Per bend embattled, argent, and gules. (Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, or, 
a lion's head, per pale embattled, argent and gules. Supporters, Two lions, the dexter 
per pale embattled, gules and argent; the sinister, per pale embattled, argent and gules. 

Seat, Marston- house, Frome. Town Residence, 1, Grafton-street, W. 
, Brooks's, White's. 




COKE AND ORRERY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grand- 
father, Edmund, K.P. 8th Earl of Cork and Orrery, b. Oct. 21, 1/67 ; succeeded his father, 
Oct. 1798; was a General officer in the Army; m. Oct. 9, 1795, Isabella Henrietta, 
daughter of W. S. Poyntz, Esq. of Midgham-honse, (she d. 1843). His lordship d. June 
89, 1856, having issue six sons and three daughters. 

Cornwall, Duke of, title of the Prince of Wales on Roll of H. L, 
Cony (Lowry-Corry), family name of the Earl of Belmore. 
,, Viscount, son of the Earl of Belmore. (see Belmore.) 



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M nd makes the man. 



COTTENHAM, EARL OF. (PEPYS.) 

WILLIAM JOHN PEPYS, 3rd Earl, and a 
Baronet, son of Charles Christopher, 
D.C.L. 1st Earl, who was for many years 
Lord Chancellor of Great Britain. Born 
August 15th, 1825 ; succeeded his brother 
in 1863 ; was educated at Eton, and at 
^^. Trinity College, Cambridge ; is a Dep. 
^ Lieut, and a Magistrate for Surrey : 
married (1870) Theodosia Selina, only 
daughter of Sir Robert Charles Dallas, 
2nd Bart., and has issue, living, 
Son, Viscount Crowhurst, b. 1874. 
Brothers iving, Henry Leslie, b. 1830. George, b. 1832, m. 1864. Frederick, b. 1835. 

Walter Courtenay, b. 1840, TO. 1874. 

Sisters liring, Charlotte Maria, b. 1822. Frances Mary, b. 1823. Caroline, b. 1827, m. 
185S, (Kaye). tmily Harrier, b. 1829. Elizabeth Theresa, b. 1837, m. 1864, (Boyle). 
Evelyn b. 1839, m. 1862, (Courtenay). 

Patron of one living, Crowhurst, V. Surrey. 

Creations, Baron Cottenham, 1836, Viscount Crowhurst and Earl of Cottenham, 
1850, all in the peerage of tlie United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1734. 

Srms, Sable: on a bend, or, between two nags' heads erased, argent, three fleurs-de- 
lis of the field. UTrest, A camel's head erased, or, bridled, lined, ringed, and gorged with 
a ducal coronet, sable. Supporters, On either side a horse, argent, bridled, and gorged 
with a ducal coronet, sable ; pendent therefrom an escutcheon, or, charged with a fleur- 
de-lis of the 2nd. 

Seats, Tandridge-court, Godstone, Surrey; Ridley-hall, Nantwich, Cheshire. 

Town Address, 14, St. James's. place, S.W. Cfwi*, Brooks' s, Arthur's. 

COTTENHAM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Charles Edward, 2nd Earl of Cottenham. He was b. April 30, 1824, and succeeded his 
father, April 29, 1851; and d. unmarried Feb. 18, 1863. 



COTTESLOE, BARON. (FREMANTLE.) 

THOMAS FRANCIS FREMANTLE, P.C., 
1st Baron, a Baronet, and a Baron of the 
Austrian Empire, son of Vice Admiral 
Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle, G.C.B. 
Born March llth, 1798. Educated at 
Eton, and at Oriel College, Oxford 
(B.A. 2nd class Classics and 1st class 
Mathematics 1819. , Sat as M.P. 
for Buckingham (C.) 182746. Was 
Chairman ot the Board of Customs 1846 
73, Secretary for the Treasury 1 834 5 and 
18414, Secretary at War 18445, and 
Chief Secretary for Ireland 1845 6. Is 
Vice Lord Lieut, of Buckinghamshire, and Chairman of the Quarter Ses- 
sions of that county. Married (1824) Louisa Elizabeth, who died 1875, 
daughter of Field Marshal Sir G. Nugent, G.C.B., 1st Baronet, and has 
issue, living, 

Sons, Thomas Francis, b. 1830; educated at Eton, and at Balliol College, Oxford (B.A. 
1st Class in Classics 1852, M.A. 1854) ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1855 : 




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m. 185Q, Lady Augusta Henrietta Scott, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Eldon, and has with 
other issue, Thomas Francis, b. Ib62. Residence, 22, Chesham-place, S.W. Clubs, 
Travellers', Oxford and Cambridge. 

Rev. William Henry, b. 1831; is Rector of St. Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, and 
Chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury: m. 1863. Obtained 1st class in Classics at 
Oxford, 1853, and was a Fellow of All Souls' College for same year. Charles William, b. 
1834, m. 1865, is Deputy Master of the Mint Edmund Robert, C.B., C.M.G., b. I8b6, 
m. 1866, is Capt. R.N., served in the Ashantee War. 

Daughters, Mary, m. 1848 (Cartwright). Eliza Maria, m. 1854 (Farrer). Augusta Mary 
m. 1853, the 8th Viscount Midleton. Emily Caroline. Cecilia Elizabeth, m. 18(7 
(McNeile). Louisa Frances. 

Brother living, The Rev. William Robert, b. 1807; educated at Westminster, and 'at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; formerly of Magdalen College, Oxford; is Rector of Claydon, 
Buckinghamshire, a Rural Dean, and Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford: m. 183.0, 
Emily Caroline, daughter of General Sir Harry Calvert, G.C.B.. 1st Baronet. 
Sister living, Emma Eugenia Elizabeth. 

Patron of one living, Swanbourne, V., Bucks. 

Creations, Baron Cottesloe of Swat bourne and of Hardwick, in the county of Buck- 
ingham, 18/4. A Baron of of the Austrian Empire. 

arms. Vert, three bars ermine, surmounted by a lion rampant gules, murally crowned 
or, and in chief two plates. Crest, Out of a mural coronet or, a demi-lion gules, charged 
on the shoulc.er with a plate and holding in the paws a banner quarterly argent and or. 
Supporters, Two eagles, wings addorsed sable. 

Seat, Swanbourne, Winslow, Buckinghamshire. ' 

Town Residence, 20, Eaton-place, S.W. C7w6s, Carlton, Traveller's. 

Cotton (Stapleton-Cotton), family name of Viscount Combermere. 
Courcy, Baron, title borne by Baron Kingsale. 
Courtenay, Lord, son of the Earl of Devon, (see Devon.) 
family name of the Earl of Devon. 

COURTOWN, EARL OF. (STOPFORD.) Sits as BARON SALTERSFORD. 

JAMES GEORGE HENRY STOPFORD, 5lh 
Earl, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
April 24th, 1823 ; succeeded his father in 
1858; was educated at Eton; was Ensign 
and Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 1841 5, 
and Lieut, and Capt, 18456. Was High 
Sheriff of Wexford, 1848 ; is a Dep. Lieut, 
and a Magistrate for that county : married 
(1846) the Hon. Elizabeth Frances Milles, 
2nd daughter of the 4th Baron Sondes, 

Faithful to an unhappy country. and haS issue Uvin '- 

Sons, James Walter Milles, Viscount Stopford, b. 1853 ; educated at Eton, and at Trinity 

College, Cambridge; is a Lieut. Wexford Militia, and a Magistrate lor co. Wexford. 

Residence, 71, Eaton Square, S.W. 

Edward Barrington Lewis Henry, b. 1858. George Frederick William, b. 185Q. 
Daughters, Charlotte Elizabeth, &. 1847. Eleanor Margaret, b. 1849. Mary Jane Jemima, 

b. 1851, m. 1869, (Shelley). Grace Harriet, b. 1854. Lily Frances, b. 1862. 
Brother living, Edward Sydney, b. 1824, m. 1853. 
Half -Brothers living, John Montagu, b. 1853. Frederick William, b. 1854. Walter George, 

R.N., *. 1855. 

Creations, Baron Courtown, 1758, Viscount Stopford and Earl of Conrtown, 1/62, 
all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Saltersford, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1796. 




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, Azure : semee of cross crosslets and three lozenges, or. Crrst. A wyvern, 
wings elevated, proper. 5>upportfrs, Two stags, proper, plain collared and chained, and 
each charged on the shoulder with a lozenge, or. 

Seat, Courtown-house, Gorey, (co.) Wexford, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 71, Eaton-square, S.W. Club, Carltoa. 

COTTRTOWN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, James 
Thomas, 4th Earl of Courtown, b. March 2/, 1794; succeeded his father, June 15, 1835 ; 
m. 1st, July 4, 1822, Charlotte Albinia Montagu-Scott, daughter of the 4th Duke of Buc- 
cleuch, and by this lady (who d. 1828) had issue three sons and a daughter ; 2ndly, Oct. 29, 
1850, Dora, daughter of the Right Hon. E. Pennefather ; and d. Nov. 20, 1858, having had 
issue from second marriage three sons. Her ladyship d. 185Q. 

BURDETT-COUTTS, BARONESS. (BURDETT-COUTTS.) 

ANGELA GEORGINA BURDETT-COUTTS, 
1st Baroness, daughter of Sir Francis 
Burdett, 5th Bart., for many years M.P. 
for Westminster, by Sophia, daughter of 
the late Thomas Coutts, Esq., the eminent 
banker. Born April 25th, 1814. As- 
sumed in Sept. 1837 by royal license the 
additional surname of Coutts, on succeed- 
ing to the estates of her maternal grand- 
father after the death of his second wife, 
who married as her second husband the 
9th Duke of St. Alban's. Has been prin- 
cipal partner in the well-known London 

banking-house of Coutts & Co. Since inheriting the property in question 

she has devoted herself to furthering works of charity, to benevolence, and 

to philanthropy ; and solely endowed the bishoprics at Adelaide in South 

Australia, and in British Columbia. She built and endowed, at her own 

cost, the handsome church and schools of St. Stephen's, Westminster, and 

has for many years been one of the largest and most constant supporters 

of our metropolitan hospitals, and other benevolent institutions ; and has 

founded schools, reformatories, penitentiaries, and model lodging-houses for 

the working classes, and erected a magnificent structure in Hethnal-green, 

known as Columbia Market, the cost of which latter exceeded 200,000. 

Brother tiring, Sir Robert Burdett, 6th Bart.; b. 1796; educated at Eton. Is a retired 

Col. in the Army, and a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, of Derbyshire. He claims the 

Baronies of Berkeley, Tyes, Latimer and Badlesmere. Seats, Ramsbury Manor, Wilts ; 

Kirby Bellars, Leicestershire ; Foremark Hall, Derbyshire. 

Sisters Unfit?!, Snsanah, m. 1830, John Bettesworth Trevanion, Esq. Clara Maria, m. 1850, 
The Rev. James Money, of Stoakam Park, Hampshire. 

Patroness of three livings, St. Stephens, V. Westminster ; Ramsbury, V. and 
Bayton, V. Wilts. 

Creation, Baroness Burdett-Coutts of Highgate and Brookfield, in the county of 
Middlesex, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1871. 

arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, argent, a stag's head cabossed gules, between the 
attires a pheon azure within a bordure of the last, charged with four buck'es or, Cietts ; 
2nd and 3rd, azure, two bars or, charged with three martlets gules, Burdett. Supporters, 
Dexter, a stag proper, gorged with a riband argent, pendant therefrom an escutcheon of 
the arms of Coutts ; sinister, a lion proper, pendant from a like riband an escutcheon of 
the arms of Burdett. 

Seat, Holly Lodge, Highgate. 

Town Residence, 1, Stratton Street, Piccadilly, W. 



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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



COVENTRY, EARL OF. (COVENTRY.) 

GEORGE WILLIAM COVENTRY, 9th Earl, 
son of George William, Viscount Deer- 
hurst (who was eldest son of the 8th Earl) 
by Harriet, daughter of Sir Charles 
Rushout, 2nd Bart. Born May 9th, 1838 ; 
succeeded his grandfather in 1843; was 
educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford; is a Dep. Lieut, of Worcester- 
shire : married (1865) Blanche, daughter 
of the 2nd Earl of Craven, and has issue, 
living, 
Sons, George William, Viscount Deerhurst, b. 

1865. Charles John, *. 1867. Henry Thomas, 

b. 1868 Reginald William, b. 1869. Another, 

b. 1875. 
-Dorothy, b. 1872. Anne Blanche Alice, b. 1874. 




Candidly and steadily. 



Daughters, Barbara Elizabeth, *. 1870. 

Sister living, Maria Emma Catherine, m. 1858, CPonsonby). 

Patron of six livings, Croome d'Abitot, R. Flyford Grafton, R. Stoke Severn, R. 
Powick, R. Worcestershire. Oxenton,V. Woolstone, R. Gloucestershire. 

Creations, Viscount Deerhurst and Earl of Coventry, in the peerage of England, 1697. 

arma Sable : a fesse, ermine, between three crescents, or. Crest, A cock, gules, 
comb, wattles, and legs, or, standing on a garb, fesswise, or. Supporters, Two eagles 
wings expanded and inverted, argent, beaked and membered, or. 

Seat, Croome-court, Severnstoke, Worcestershire. Clubs, Carlton, White's. 

COVENTRY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, 
George William, th Earl of Coventry. He was b. Oct. 16, 1784, and succeeded his fa- 
ther, March 26, 183'1 ; was Lord Lieut, of Worcestershire: m. 1st, Jan. 1808, Lady Emma 
Susannah, daughter of the 1st Earl Beanchamp, (she d. 1810) having had an only son, who 
d. 1838 ; 2ndly, Nov. 6, 1811, l.ady Mary, daughter of the 6th Duke of St. Alban's ; and d. 
May 15, 1843, having had issue from second marriage, two sons and a daughter. Her 
ladyship survived him two years. 

Cowal, Earl, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 



COWLEY, EARL. (WELLESLEY.) 

HENRY RICHARD CHARLES WELLESLEY, 
K.G. G.C.B. P.C. D.C.L. 1st Earl. Born 
July 17th, 1804; succeeded his father, as 
2nd Baron Cowley, 1847; appointed At- 
tache to the Embassy at Vienna, 1824, Paid 
Attache at the Hague, 1829 ; Secretary of 
Legation at Stuttgardt, 1832; Secretary 
of Embassy at Constantinople, 1838; 
Minister Plenipotentiary adinferim, 1845; 
Minister Plenipotentiary in Switzerland, 
1848, and to Frankfort on a Special Mission 
the same year ; Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary at Frankfort, 
1849, and to the Germanic Confederation, 1851 ; was Ambassador Ex- 
traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Paris, 185267, retired the 
latter year on a pension ; made an Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford, 1870: married 
(1833) the Hon. Olivia Cecilia Fitzgerald, daughter of Charlotte, Baroness 
De Ros, and has issue, living, 




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Sons, William Henry, Viscount Dangan, 6.1834: was Capt. and Lieut.-Col. Coldstream 
Guards, I860 3 ; appointed Lieut, in the Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry, 1869, and Capt. 1873, 
retired 1875 : m. 1863, Emily Gwendolin, daughter of Col. Thomas Peers Williams, late 
M.P. for Great Marlow, and has with other issue, Henry Arthur Mornington, b. 1866. 
Club, Travellers'. 

Cecil Charles Koley, *. 1842. Frederick Arthur, *. 1844. 
Du'/erhters, Feodorowna Cecilia, m. 1874, (Bertie). Sophia Georgiana Robertina, m. 

1862, the 5th Earl of Hardwicke. 
Brothers lining, William Henry George, b. 1805, m. 1842. The Very Rev. Gerald, Dean 

of Windsor, b. 1809, m. 18.i6. 

Sisters living, Charlotte Arbuthnot, b. 1808, m. 1831, the 1st Baron Ebury. Georgiana 
Charlotte Mary, b 1817, m. 1848, the 1st Baron Dalling and Bulwer, who d. 1872. 

Patron of eight livings, Draycot Cfcrne, R. and Kington St. Michael, R. Wiltshire. 
Felstead, V. Rochford, R. Roydon, R. Wanstead, II. and Woodford, R. Essex, and (with 
the Rev. W. C. Adams, and St'. Thomas's Hospital,) Great Parndon, R. Essex. 

Creations Baron Cowley, 1828, Viscount Dangan and Earl Cowley, 1857, all in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Srms Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gules, a cross, argent, between twenty plates, five in 
each quarter, saltirewise, Wellesley ; 2nd and 3rd, or, a lion rampant, gules, ducally 
gorged, gold, Cowley. (Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion rampant, gules, 
holding a spear erect, proper, and thereon flowing a pennon, argent, charged with the 
cross of St. George. Supporters, Two lions, gules, ducally gorged, and chained, or, and 
charged on the shoulder with an annulet for difference. 
Seat, Draycot House, Chippenham, Wilts. 
Town Residence, 20, Albemarle- street, W. 
Clubs, Athenaeum, Travellers' . 

COWLEY, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, the Hon. Sir 
Henry W 7 ellesley, G.C.B. 1st Baron Cowley, (youngest son of the 1st Earl of Mornington). 
He was 6. Jan. 20, 1773, and was created Baron Cowley, in 1828, for his eminent diplomatic 
services: m. 1st, Sept. 20, 1803, Lady Charlotte Cadogan, daughter of the 1st Earl 
Cadogan, (this marriage was dissolved in 1810), and had issue tliree sons and a daughter ; 
2ndly, Feb. 27, 181 6, Lady Georgiana Charlotte Augusta Cecil, daughter of the 1st Marquess 
of Salisbury; and d. April 26, 1847, having had issue a daughter. Her ladyship d. in I860. 

COWPER, EARL. (COWPER.) 

FRANCIS THOMAS DE GREY COWPER 
K.G., P.C., 7th Earl, and a Baronet, 
Lord Lieut, of Bedfordshire, and a Prince 
of the Holy Roman Empire. Born June 
llth, 1834 ; succeeded his father in 1856 ; 
was educated at Harrow, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (M.A. 1st class in Law 
and Modern History, 1855) ; was Capt. and 
Gold Shell of H. M. Corps of Gentlemen 
at Arms 1871 74; is a Magistrate for 
Hertfordshire, and Lieut. -Col. Coin- 
it is thine. manding the 2nd Administrative Battalion 
of the Hertfordshire Rifles: mai-ried 

18/0) Katrine Cecilia, daughter of Lord William Compton, heir presumptive 
to the 3rd Marquess of Northampton. 

*roth'-r ///, Henry Frederick, M.P. heir presumptive, b. 1836 ; educated at Harrow, and 

Christ Church, Oxford; has been Capt. 1st Herts. Rifle Volunteers since I860; is 

f ' b 1C "i \ f en t' ? nd a Ma & istrate for Kent and Hertfordshire; has sat as M.P. 

for Hertfordshire (I,.) since 186:, ; was an unsuccessful candidate, 1864. Residence 

4, St. James's-square, S.W. C/w&s, Brooks's, Travellers'. 

Sistrrs living, Florence Amabel, b. 1840, m. 1871, (Herbert). Amabel, b. 1846, m. 1873, 
(Kerr). 

Patron of two livings, Swalcliffe, R. and Fordwich, R. Kent. 




126 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Creations, Baron Butler, 1666, Baron Cowper, 1706. Viscount Fordwich and Earl 
Cowper, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1718, Baron Dingwall, 1609, in the peerage of 
Scotland, A Baronet, 1642. 

g[rms, Argent : three martlets, gules, on a chief engrailed of the last, three annulets, 
or. (Erest, A lion's jamb, erased, or, holding a cherry branch, vert, fructed, gules. 
Supporters, Two dun horses, close cropped (except a tuft on the withers), and docked, a 
large blaze down the face, a black list down the back, and three white feet, viz. both hind 
and the near fore foot. 

Seat, Panshanger, Hertfordshire. Town Residence, 4, St. James's-square, S.W. 

Clubs, Travellers', St. James's, White's, Brooks's. 

COWPEK, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George 
Augustus, 6th Earl Cowper. He was b. June 26 1806, and succeeded his father, June 21, 
1837 ' m. Oct. 7, 1833, Aiine Florence, Baroness Lucas, daughter of the 2nd Earl de Grey ; 
and d. April 15, 1856, having had issue two sons and four daughters. 

COWPER, D -rager Countess, see LUCAS, BARONESS. 

Cranborne, discount, son of the Marquess of Salisbury. (see 
Salisbury.) 

CRANLEY, Yiscountess, (by courtesy), KATHERINE ANNE, daughter of 
the 1st Earl Brownlow : m. 1850, Arthur George, Viscount Cranley, who 
d. 1856, eldest son of the 3rd Earl of Onslow. 
Residence, 

Cranley, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Onslow. 
CRANSTOUN, BARONY OF, see "Peerages Extinct." 

CRANSTODN, Baroness, ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of Sir John Henry 
Scale, 1st Bart. M.P. of Mount Boone, Devonshire: m. 1842, James 
Edward, 10th Baron Cranstoun, who d. 1869. 
Residences, Duncroft-house, 3, Grove End-road, St. John's-wood ; Benholm, 

Montrose, N.B. 

CRANWORTH, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 



CRAVEN, EARL OF. (CRAVEN.) 

GEORGE GRIMSTON CRAVEN, 3rd Earl. 
Born March 16th, 1841; succeeded his 
father in 1866 ; was educated at Harrow ; 
entered the Scots Fusilier Guards as Ensign 
and Lieut., 1860, became Lieut, and Capt. 
1864; was appointed Capt. in the War- 
wicksh^re Yeomanry Cavalry, 1867, and is 
President of the Farringdon Chamber of 
Commerce : married (1867) Evelyn Laura, 
Virtue consists in action. daughter of the 7th Viscount Barrington, 

and has issue, living, 

Sons, William George Robert, Viscount Ufflngton, b. 1868. Rupert Cecil, 6. 1870. 

Daughters, Mary Beatrix, b. 1867. Helen Emily, b. 1874. 

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Sisters living, Elizabeth Charlotte Louisa, b. 1836, TO. 1858, Visconnt Grey de Wilton, 
eldest son of the Earl of Wilton. Evelyn Mary, b. 1839, m. 1st, 1862, (Bruce) ; 2iidly, 
1869, (Coventry). Blanche, b. 184-2, m. 1865, the 9th Earl of Coventry. Beatrix Jane, 
b. 1844, m. 1865, the 5th Earl Cadogan. Emily Georgina, b. 1846, m. 1868, (Van De 
Weyer.) 

Patron of ten livings, Allington, R. Wiltshire. Binley, D. Rugby. R. Wyken, V, 
Warwickshire. Compton Beauchamp, R. Hampstead Marshall, R. Enborne. R. Berkshire. 
Burnsall, R. Yorkshire. Ombury, R. Shropshire. Yelvertolt, R. Northamptonshire. 

Creations, Baron Craven, 1665, in the peerage of England. Viscount Uffington and 
Earl of Craven, 1801, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

SJrtns, Argent; a fesse, between six cross crosslets fitche'e, gules. Crest, On a 
chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, a griffin statant, wings elevated, ermine, beaked and 
membered, or. Supporters, Two g^fflns, wings elevated, ermine, beaked and mem- 
bered, or. 

Seats, Combe-abbey, Coventry, Warwickshire ; Hamstead Marshall-park, near New- 
bury, and Ashdown-park, Shrivenham, Berkshire. 

Town Residence, 16, Charles-street, Berkeley-square, W. 
Clubs, White's, Guards' . 

CRAVEN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William, 
2nd Earl of and 8th Baron Craven. He was b. July 18, 1809, and succeeded his father July 
30, 1825 ; was educated at Eton, and Christ Church, Oxford, was Lord Lieut, of Warwick- 
shire, Recorder of Coven'ry, and High Steward of Newbury : m. Sept. 5, 1835, Lady Emily 
Mary Grimston, daughter of the 1st Earl of Verulam, and d. Aug. 25, 1866, having had 
issue four sons and five daughters. 

CRAVEN, Dowager Countess of, EMILY MART, daughter of the 1st Earl of 
Verulam : m. 1835, the 2nd Earl of Craven, who d. 1866. 
Residence, 1, Great Cumberland- place, Hyde-park, W. 



CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, EARL OF. (LINDSAY.) 
Sits as BARON WIG AN. 

ALEXANDER WILLIAM CRAWFORD LIND- 

^? %EA SAY ' 25th Earl, and Premier Earl on 

***- the Union Roll of Scotland ; 2nd Baron 
Wigan, in the peerage of the United King- 
dom. Born Oct. 16, 1812 ; succeeded his 
father in 1869 ; educated at Eton, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, (M.A. 1833) : 
married (1846) Margaret, eldest daughter 
of the late Lieut.-Gen. James Lindsay, 
and has issue, living, 

Son, James Ludovic, Lord Lindsay, M.P., b. 
1847; was educated at Eton, and at Cambridge 

Endure bravely. University : served sometime in the Grenadier 

Guards, retired as Ensign and Lieut. 1870: 

is a Magistrate for Lancashire, and a Fellow of numerous Learned Societies. Has sat 
as M.P. for Wigan (C.) since Feb. 1874 : m. 1869, Emily Florence, daughter of Col. the 
Hon. Edward Wilbraham, and has with other issue, David Alexander, b. 1871. Resi- 
dence, 47, Brook-street, W. 

Daughters, Alice Frances, b. 1849, m. 1872, (Eyre) .Margaret Elizabeth, b. 1850, m. 1870, 
(Majendie). Mary Susan Felicie, b. 1852. Mabel Marian, b. 1855. Anne Catherine 
Sybil, 1858. Jane Evelyn, b. 1862. 
Brothers living, Charles Hugh, M.P., b. 1816, m. 1851. Colin, b. 1819, m. 1845. 

Creations, Earl of Crawford, 1398, previously Lord Lindsay, Lord Lindsay of Bal- 
carres, 1633, Earl of Balcarres and Lord Balneill, 1651, in the peerage of Scotland, Baron 
Wigan, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 18*6. 




128 DEBRETT'S -ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, gules, a fesse, cheeky, argent, and azure, Lindsay; 
2nd and 3rd, or, a lion rampant, gules, debruised of a ribbon in bend, sable, Abernethy. 
(STrfSt An ostrich, proper, holding in his mouth a key, or. Supporters, Two lions, sejeant 
guardant, gules. 

Seats, Haigh-hall, Wigan, Lancashire; Dan Echt-house, Aberdeenshire. 

Town Residence, 9, Grosvenor-square, W. 

CRAWFORD AND BALCARRES, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was 
his father, James, 24th Earl of Crawford, 8th Earl of Baicarres, and 1st Baron Wigan. He 
was b. April 24, 1788 : succeeded his father in the Scottish peerage, March 25, 1825, and 
was created a peer of the United Kingdom, 1826: m. 1841, the Hon. Maria Frances Mar- 
garet Pennington, only daughter of the 1st Baron Muncaster, (she d. 1850) ; and d. Dec. 15, 
1869, having had issue four sons and one daughter. 

Cremorne, Lord, son of the Earl of Dartrey. (see Dartrey.) 

CREMORNE, Baroness, ANNE ELIZABETH EMILY, daughter of John 
Whaley, Esq. of Whaley Abbey, Ireland : m. 1st, 1815, the 2nd Baron 
Cremorne, who died 1827, (this title is now merged into that of the 
Earldom of Dartrey) ; 2ndly, 1828, Lieut.-Gen. John Rawdon, M.P. for 
Armagh, 184052, who d. 1866. 

Seat, Lynton, near Taunton, Devonshire. 

Town Residence, 34, Prince's- gate, W. 

CREWE, BARON, (CREWE.) 

HUNGERFORD CREWE, 3rd Baron. Born 
August 10th, 1812 ; succeeded his father 
Dec. 1835. 

Sister living, Henrietta Hungerford Offley, b. 
1808. 

Patron of four livings, Astbnry, R. War- 
mingham, R. Nantwich, R. Crewe Green, V. 
Cheshire. 

Creation, Baron Crewe of Crewe, Cheshire, 
, not as~a^ inferior. the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1806. 

Srnts Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, a lion rampant, argent, Crewe; 2nd and 3rd, ar- 
gent, a cross couped, the points terminating in fleurs-de-lis, azure, and charged m the 
centre with a lion passant guardant, or, Ojflcj. Crest, 1st, out of a ducal coronet, or, a 
lion's jamb erect, argent, Crewe; 2nd, a demi-lion rampant guardant, or, holding m the 
paws a slip of olive, proper, Offley. Supporters Dexter, a lion, argent, gorged with a 
plain collar, azure, charged with three roses, or ; sinister, a griffin, sable, beaked and 
membered, or, wings elevated, argent. 

Seat, Crewe-hall, Crewe, Cheshire. 

Town Residence, 23, Hill-street, Berkeley-square, W. Club, Travellers'. 

CREWE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 2nd 
Baron Crewe. He was b. 1778 ; and succeeded his father, April 28, 1829 ; was a Genera in 
the Army: m. May 5th, 1807, Henrietta Maria Anne, daughter of G. W. Hungerford, Esc v . 
(she d. 1820) ; and d. Dec. 4, 1835, having had issue a son and three daughters. 

Criehton, Lord, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 
Crichton, Viscount, son of the Earl of Erne, (see Erne.) 
Crichton-Stuart, family name of the Marquess of Bute. 




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129 




God gives the increase. 



CROrrON, BARON. (CROFTON.) 

EDWARD HENRY CHURCHILL CROFTON, 
3rd Baron, in the peerage of Ireland, a 
Baronet, and a Representative Peer for 
Ireland. Born Oct. 21st, 1834; suc- 
ceeded his father 1869 ; is a Dep. Lieut, 
of co. Roscommon. 

Brothers lining, Charles St. George, heir pre- 
sumptive, b. 1336; became Lieut, in the Royal 
Navy, 1857, retired 1870; is a Magistrate for 
Roscommon : m. 1864, Theresa Augusta, daugh- 
ter of D. Tighe,Esq., of Rossana. (co.) Wicklow, 
(she d. 1867,) and has, with other issue, Arthur 
Edward Lowther, b. 1866. 

Alfred Henry, b. 183/. Francis George, b. 
1838, m. 1864. 

Sister living, Augusta. Caroline, A. 1839, m. 1866, the Hon. Luke Gerald Dillon, eldest son 
of Baron Clonbrock. 

Creation, Baron Crofton, of Mote, Roscommon, in the peerage of Ireland, 1797. 
A Baronet, 1758. 

arms, Per pale, indented, or and azure, a lion passant guardant, counterchanged- 
Crest, Seven ears of wheat growing on one stalk. .ioupporttra, Dexter, a lion, azure ; 
sinister, a stag, proper. 

Seat, Mote-park, (co.) Roscommon, Ireland. 
Clubs, Carlton, Sackville-street (Dublin.) 

CROFTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Edward, 
2nd Baron Crofton, son of the Hon. Sir Edward Crofton, Bart. He was b. Aug. l, 1806, 
and succeeded his father in the Baronetcy, 181 6, and his grandmother in the Peerage, 1817; 
was a Representative Peer for Ireland, a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 1852, 1858 9, and 
18668, and a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for (co.) Roscommon m. Oct. 19, 1833, Lady 
Georgiana, Paget, 3rd daughter of the 1st Marquess of Anglesey; and d. Dec. 27, 1869, 
having had issue four sons and one daughter. 

CROFTON, Baroness, GEORGIANA PAGET, 3rd daughter of the 1st Mar- 
quess of Anglesey, G.C.B., G.C.H., P.C. : m. 1833, the 2nd Baron Crofton, 
who d. 1869. 
Residence, Mote-park, (co.) Roscommon. 



CROMARTIE, COUNTESS OF. (LEVESON-GOWER.) 

ANNE SUTHERLAND LEVESON-GOWER, 
1st Countess, only child of John Hay 
Mackenzie, Esq. Born April 21st, 1829 : 
married (1849) the 3rd Duke of Suther- 
land, (see that title) . 

Heir, Her second son, Francis, Viscount Tarbat, 
b. 1852. (For her ladyship's other children, see 
Sutherland.) 

Creation, Countess of Cromartie, Vis- 
countess Tarbat, Baroness Castle-Avon and Ba- 
roness M'l.eod, all in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1861, with right of succession to her 
second surviving son. 




130 I>EBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

9rmg, Quarterly of four : 1st, or, a mountain, azure, in flame, proper, Macleod of Lewis; 
2nd, azure, a buck's head, cabossed, or, Mackenzie; 3rd, gules, three legs of a man, 
armed, proper, conjoined in the centre at the upper part of the thighs, placed in triangle, 
garnished and spurred, or, for the Isle of Man, formerly belonging to the Macleods -, 4th, 
argent, on a pale, sable, an imperial crown, proper, within a double tressure, flowered and 
counter-flowered, with a fleur-de-lis, gules, Erskine of Inmerkeill. Supporters, Dexter, a 
wild man, wreathed about the loins with oak, holding a club resting on the exterior 
shoulder, proper j sinister, a greyhound, argent, collared, gules. 

For Seats, Residence, &c., see Duke of Sutherland. 

Crowhurst, Viscount, son of the Earl of Cottenham, (see Cottenham) . 
Cuffe, family name of the Earl of Desart. 

Culloden, Baron, title borne by H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge. 
Cumbrae, Lord, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 
CUMBERLAND, DUKE OF, see " PEERS OF THE BLOOD ROYAL." 

Cumming, (Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce), family name of 
Baron Thurlow. 

Curzon, Viscount, title borne by Earl Howe. 

family name of Baron Be La Zouche. 

,, Baron Scarsdale. 

(Roper-Curzon), family name of Baron Teynham, 

Cust, family name of Earl Brownlow. 



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131 



DACRE, BARON. (BRAND-TREVOR.) 




To desire good. 



THOMAS CROSBIE WILLIAM BRAND- 
TREVOR, 22nd Baron. Born Dec. 5th, 
1808; succeeded his father in 1853; 
was educated at Christ Church, Oxford ; 
was M.P. for Hertfordshire, 184752; and 
is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for that 
county ; was Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotu- 
lorum of Essex, 1865 9. Is co-heir to 
the Barony of Fitzhugh : married (1837) 
the Hon. Susan Sophia Cavendish, Bed- 
chamber-woman to the Queen, 1837 53, 
eldest daughter of the 1st Baron Chesham. 



Brother living, The Right Hon. Henry Bouverie 
William BRAND, M.P., P.C., heir presumptive, b. 1814 ; was sometime Private Secretary 
to Sir George Grey; a Lord of the Treasury, 18558 ; Keeper of the Privy Seal to the 
Prince of Wales, 1858 ; and Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, 1859 66 ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Sussex ; was M.P. for Lewes (L.) 1852 68, when he was 
returned for Cambridgeshire ; was chosen Speaker of the House of Commons Feb. 1872, 
and again in 1874: m. 1838, Eliza, daughter of Gen. Robert Ellice, and has, with other 
issue, Henry Robert, late M.P. for Strond, and late Capt. in the Coldstream Guards -, 
b. 1841. Residences, Glynde, Lewes, Sussex; Speaker's House, Palace of Westminster. 
Clubs, Reform, Brooks's, Athenaeum. 

Sister living, Gertrude, m. 1831, the Right Hon. Sir George Hamilton Seymour, G.C.B. 
G.C.H. 

Patron of two livings, Royston, V. Kimpton, V. Hertfordshire. 

Creations, Baron Dacre, m the peerage of Great Britain, by tenure, in 1307, by summon?, 
in 1321, and 145Q, and again in 1604. 

arms, Per bend, ermine and erminois, a lion rampant, or. Crest, 1st, out of a du cal 
coronet, a leopard's head, couped at the neck and aflronte, argent, semee of hurts, pellets, 
and torteaux, alternately ; 2Hd, a wyvern, wings endorsed, sable. Supporters, Dexter, a 
wolf, argent, gorged with a spiked collar, and chain reflex ed over back, or -, sinister, a bull, 
gules, armed, ducaly gorged and chained, or. 

Seat, The Hoo, Welwyn, Hertfordshire. Town Residence, 32, Grosvenor Street, W, 
Clubs, Boodle's, White' s. 

DACRE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry Otway, 
21st Baron Dacre. He was b. July 27, 1777, and succeeded his brother, March 21, 
1851 ; was a Lieut.-General in the Army, Col. of the 31st Foot, and served with great 
distinction in the Peninsular Wars. Assumed for himself and his eldest son (the present 
peer) the additional surname of Trevor, 1824 : m. July 24, 18<>6, Pyne, daughter of the 
Very Rev, Maurice Crosbie, Dean of Limerick, (she d. 1344) : and d. June 2, 1853, having 
had issue three sons and four daughters. 



Dacre, Baroa, title borne by the Earl of Carlisle. 
Daer, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Selkirk. 
Dalberg-Acton, family name of Baron Acton. 



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Pray and labour. 



DALHOUSIE, EARL OF. (RAMSAY.) Sits as BARON RAMSAY OF 
GLENMARK. 

GEORGE RAMSAY, C.B., 12th Earl, son of 
the Hon. John Ramsay, by Mary, daughter 
of Philip Delisle, Esq., of Calcutta. Born 
April 26th, 1806 ; succeeded his cousin in 
1874. Entered the Royal Navy Dec. 1820; 
became Lieut. April 1827, Commander 
Jan. 1837, Capt. March 1843, Rear- 
Admiral 1867, C.B. 1856, Vice-Admiral 
1873, and Admiral, 1875. Served in the 
Mediterranean, South America, North 
America, the West Indies, Ireland, Coast 
of Spain, and the Baltic; was Superin- 
tendent of Pembroke Dockyard 1857 

62, and Commander in Chief on the South American Station 1866 9. 

Married (1845) Sarah Frances, daughter of William Robertson, Esq., of 

Logan-boose, and has issue, living, 

Sons, John William, Lord Ramsay, b. 1847; is a Commander R.N., and an Equerry to 
H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh. Charles Maule, b. 1859. 

* Brothers living, Henry, C.B., b. 1816. Robert Anderson, b. 1820. 

* Sisters living, Anne Finlay Anderson, m. 1848, (Ewart). 

Creations, Baron Ramsay,l6l9, Earl of Dalhousieand Lord Ramsay and Caryngtoun, 
in the peerage of Scotland, 1633, Baron Ramsay of Glenmark, in that of the United 
Kingdom, 1874. 

Srms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, an eagle displayed sable, beaked and mem- 
bered gules, Ramsay. (fmst, An unicorn's head, couped at the neck argent, armed, 
manerl, au(4 tufted or. Supporters, Dexter, a griffin argent ; sinister, a greyhound argent, 
gorged with a collar gules, charged with three escallops of the first. 

Seats, Dalhousie-castle, Edinburgh; Brechia-castle, Panmure -house, Invermark- 
lodge, Edgell-lodge, and Milldin, Foriarshire. 

Club, United Service, Marlborough. 

LALHOTTSIE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, Fox 
Maule, K.T., G.C.B., P.C., llth Earl of Dalhousie and 12th Baron Panmure. He was f>. 
April 22, 1801, and succeeded his father as Baron Panmure 1852, and his cousin as Earl of 
Dalhousie I860. Entered the 79th Highlanders 1819 ; served in Canada, and retired as 
Capt. 1831. Sat as M.P. for Perthshire 18357, for the Elgin Burghs 183841, and for 
Perth 1841 52. \Vas Under Secretary tor the Home Department 1835 41, Vice -President 
of the Board of Trade 1841, Secretary at War 184652, President of the Board of Control 
1852, Keeper of tne Privy Seal of Scotland 1853 74, Lord Rector of Glasgow University 
1842, and a Governor of the Charterhouse; assumed in 186l the additional surname of 
Ramsay : m. 1831, the Hon. Montagu Abercromby, who d. 1853, eldest daughter of the 
2nd Baron Abercromby. He d. July 6, 1874, without issue. 

Dalkeith, Earl of, M.P., son of the Duke of Buccleuch, (see Buc- 
cleuch.) 

Baron, title borne by the Earl of Morton. 
DALLING AND BULWER, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 



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133 



CALLING AND BULWER, Baroness, GEORGIANA CHARLOTTE MART, 
daughter of the 1st Baron Cowley, G.C.B. : m. 1848, the Right. Hon. Sir 
Henry Lvtton Earle Bulwer, G.C.B., who in 1871 was created Baron 
Dalling and Balwer, and who died without issue, May 187-. 
Residence, 



Dalmeny, Baron, title borne by tlie Earl of Eosebery. 
DALMENY, Lady, see.CLEVELAND, DUCHESS OF. 
Dalrymple, Viscount, son of the Earl of Stair, (see Stair.) 

,, family name of the Earl of Stair. 

Daly, family name of Baron Dunsandle. 
Dalzell, ,, ,, the Earl of Carnwath. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Carnwath. 
Darner (Dawson-Damer), family name of the Earl of Portarlingtoa. 
Danby, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Leeds. 
Dangan, Viscount, son of Earl Cowley. (see Cowley.) 
Darlington, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Cleveland. 



DARNLEY, EARL OF. (BLIGH.) Sits as BARON CLIFTON. 

JOHN STUART BLIGH, 6th Earl. Born 
April 16th, 1827 ; succeeded his father 
in 1835 ; was educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 18JS, M.A. 
1869) ; is a Dep. Lieut, of Kent, a M 
trate for that county, and for ?! 
Hereditary High Steward of ("Jravesend, 
President of the West Kent ChamJ> 
Agriculture, was Lieut.-Col. Commandant 
of the West Kent Yeomanry Cavalry 
186374: married (1850) l.ady Harriet 
Mary Pelham, eldest daughter of the. 
3rd Earl of Chichester, and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, Edward Henry Stuart, Lord Clifton, b. 1S51 ; educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford ; is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut of Kent Ivo Francis Walter, b. 1859. 
Arthur Frederick Pelham, b. 1865. 




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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGF. 



s, Edith Loivsa Mary, b. 1853. Kathleen Susan Emma. b. 1854. Alice 
Isabe.la Harriet, b. 186&. Mary Rose Florence, b. 1868. Constance Violet Lucy, b. 186g. 

Brothers living, The Rev. Edward Vesey, b. T82Q, m. 1854. The Rev. Henry, b. 1834, 
m. 1858. 

Sisters living, Elizabeth Caroline, b. 1830, m. 1855, (Cust). Emma Bess, b. 1832, 
in. 1854, tdist). 

Patron of one living, Cobham, V. Kent. 

Creations, Baron Clifton, of Leighton Bromswold, in the peerage of England, 1608 
Baron Clifton, 1721, Viscount Dsrniey,. 1/33, Earl of Darnler, 1725. in the peerage of 
Ireland. 

&rms, Azure : a griffin, segrea-nt, or, between three crescents, argent, CTrfSt, A 
griffin's head erased, or. 11+.- porters, Two griffins, wings elevated, or, ducally collared 
and chained, azure. 

Seats* Cobham- hall, Gravesend, Kent ; Clifton-lodge, Athboy, (co.) Meath, Ireland. 
Tuicn Residence, 21, Hill-street, Berkeley-square, W. 
C/M6*, Carlton, Junior Carlton, White's. 

DARNLEY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Edward, 
5th Earl of Darnley. He was b. Feb. 25, 1/95, and succeeded his father, March 17, 1831 ; 
was Lord Lieut, of Meath : m. July 26, 1853, the Hon. Emma Jane Parnell, daughter of 
the 1st Baron Congleton: and d. Feb. 12, 1835, having had issue three sons and two 
daughters. 

DARNLEY, Dowager Countess, EMMA JANE, daughter of the 1st Baron 
Congleton : m. 1825, the 5th Earl of Darnley, who d. 1835. 
Residence, Upper Norwood, S.E. 

Darnley, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Richmond, 




Virtue rejoices in trial. 



DARTMOUTH, EARL OF. (LEGGE.) 

WILLIAM WALTER LEGGE, 5th Earl. 
Born August 12th, 1823; succeeded his 
father in 1853 ; was educated at Eton, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1844, 
M.A. 1847) ; is a Dep. Lieut, of Staf- 
fordshire, and a Magistrate for that 
county and for Shropshire ; was M.P. for 
South Staffordshire, 184953 ; and Capt. 
of the Staffordshire Militia, 184354: 
has been Capt. of the 27th Staffordshire 
Rifle Volunteers since 1860 : married 
(1846) Lady Augusta Finch, eldest daugh- 



ter of the 5th Earl of Aylesford, and has issue, living, 

Snn*, William Heneage, Viscount Lewisham, b. 1851 : educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford : appointed Capt. 27th Staffordshire Volunteers 1874. Henry Charles, 
*. 1S52. 

Daughters, Frances Charlotte, b. 1848. Elizabeth Sarah, b. 1850. Augusta Georgiana, 

6. l 

Brothers living, The Rev. George Barrington, b. 1831, m. I860. Edward Henry, b. 1834.- 
Augustus, b. 1839. Charles Counter, *. 1842. Heneage, b. 1845. 

Sisters lirin%, Frances Elizabeth, b. 1829, m. 1S62, (Michell). Louisa Jane Cecil, b. 1830. 
Katherioe, b. lb37, m. iso.i. (Robertson) Florence, b. 1838, TO. 1858, (Barnardiston). 
Barbara Caroline, /- l r-41 . Charlotte Anne Georgiana, b. 1843. Harriet Octavia. 6.1847. 
\Vilhelmina, b. 1840, -. 1&74 (Brooks 1 . 



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Patron of eight livings, Pattingham. V. with Patshull, V. Christchurch, V. West 
Bromwich, West Bromwich, V. Staffordshire; Lewisham, V. Forest- hill, V. Sydenham, V. 
Kent; Farnley Tyas, V. Yorkshire; Olney, V. Buckinghamshire. 

Creations, Baron Dartmouth, 1682. Viscount Lewisham and Earl of Dartmouth, 1711, 
all in the peerage of Great Britain. 

Srms, Azure : a buck's head, cabossed, argent. QZrtSt, Out of a ducal coronet, or, 
a plume of six ostrich feathers, argent and azure, alternately. Supporters, Dexter, a lion 
argent, semee of fleurs-de-lis, sable, ducally crowned, or, and issuing from the coronet a 
plume of six ostrich feathers argent and azure, alternately. Sinister, a stag argent, 
unguled, or, and semee of mullets gules. 

Seats, Patshull-hall, Albrighton ; Sandwell-park, Birmingham ; Woodsome-hall, 
Huddersfield. Town Residence, 40, ftrosvenor- square, W. Clubs, Carlton, Travellers'. 

DARTMOUTH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
William, F.R.S. 4th Earl of Dartmouth. He was b. Nov. 9, 1784; and succeeded his 
father, Nov. l, 1810: m. 1st, April 5, 1821, Frances Charlotte, daughter of the 2nd Earl 
Talbot, (she d. 1823) ; 2ndly, Oct. 25, 18-28, Frances, daughter of the 5th Viscount Barring- 
ton, (she d. 1849) : and d. Nov. 22, 1853, having had issue from his first marriage, two sons, 
and from his second marriage six sons and rune daughters. 



DARTREY, EARL OF. (DAWSON.) 

RICHARD DAWSON, K.P., 1st Earl. 
Born Sept. 7th, 181 7 ; succeeded his father 
as 3rd Baron Cremorne in 1827, and was 
created Earl of Dartrey, 1866; edu- 
cated at Eton ; was a Lord in Waiting 
to the Queen, 18578, and 185966; 
is Lord Lieut, of co. Monaghan : married 
(1841) Augusta, 2nd daughter of the late 
Edward Stanley, Esq. of Cross-hall, Lan- 
cashire, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Vesey, Lord Cremorne, b. 1842; was 
Always propihous. educated at Eton; entered the Coldstream 

Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 1859, became Lieut, and Capt. 1865, and Capt. and Lieut.- 
Col. 1871 : was M.P. for Monaghan (L) 1865 8, and is a Magistrate and Dep.-Lieut. for 
that county. Residences, same as the Earl of Dartrey. C/M&S, Brooks's Guards'. 
Edward Stanley, R.N. b. 1843. Richard Maitlaad Westenra, b. 1845. Anthony 
Lucius, b. 1855. 
Daughter, Mary Eleanor Anne, b. 1852, m. 1872, the 5th Earl of Ilchester. 

Creations, Baron Cremorne, in the peerage of Ireland, 1797, Baron Dartrey, in the 
county of Monaghan, 1847, and Earl of Dartrey, 1366, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom. 

3rms, Quarterly ; 1st and 4th, azure, on a bend engrailed, or, three martlets, gules, 
iHni-soji , 2nd and 3rd, azure, three torches, argent, inflamed, proper. OTrwt, An estoile, 
or. SSupportrrg, Dexter, a mastiff, proper, plain collared and chained, or; sinister, a stag, 
proper, plain collared and chained, or. 

Seat, Dartrey, (co.) Monaghan, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 30, Curzon-street, Mayfair, W. Club, Travellers'. 

DARTREY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Richard 
Thomas, 2nd Baron Cremorne. He was b. Aug. 31, 1788, and succeeded his great-uncle, 
March l, 1813 : m. March 10, 1815, Anne Elizabeth Emily, daughter of John Whaley, Esq. 
aad d. March 21, 1827, having had issue three sons. 

Dawney, family name of Viscount Downe. 




136 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Dawson, family name of the Earl of Dartrey. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Portarlington. 
Dawson-Damer, family name of the Earl of Portarlington. 
Deane, family name of Baron Muskerry. 
Deane-Morgan, surname of Baron Muskerry. 

DE BLAQUIERE, BARON. (DE BLAQUIERE.) 

WILLIAM BARNARD DE BLAQUIERE, 
5th Baron, in the peerage of Ireland, 
Great Alnager ot Ireland, and a Baronet. 
Born Dec. 16th, 1814; succeeded his 
brother in 1871. Entered the Navy 1829, 
became Lieut. 1844, Commander 18 , 
and Capt, 1873, when he retired ; served 
in the East Indies, the Mediterranean, 
and the West Indies : married (1862) Anna 
Maria, only child of J. Wormald, Esq., of 
Hold to the truth. Brockworth Manor, Gloucestershire. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, William cle Blaquiere, Esq., son of the Hon. Peter Boyle, 
5th son of the 1st Baron, by Eliza, daughter of the late Denis O'Brien, Esq., of New- 
castle, co. Limerick. Born 1810. Was Equity Registrar and Prothonotary Supreme 
Court of Judicature, 18 to 18. Residence, 18, Brunswick Place, Bath. 

Creation, Baron de Blaquiere of Ardhill, in the peerage of Ireland, 1 800, A Baronet, 
1784. 




, Ermine : a lion rampant, sable, charged on the shoulder with an estoile, or. 
Cwst, A garb proper, banded or. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, sable, plain collared and 
chained, and charged on the shoulder with an estoile, or ; sinister, A tiger, proper 
ducally gorged and chained, or. 

Seat, Brockworth Manor, Gloucestershire. 
Residence, Springfield, Crawley, Sussex. 

DE BLAQUIEKE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
John, 4th Baron de Blaquiere. He was b. July 2, 1812, and succeeded his father, 1851. 
Became Capt. in the 3rd West India Foot 1844, and in the 41st Foot 1854. Was Great 
Alnager of Ireland: m. 1st, 1849, Anna, who d. 1851, daughter of the late John Christie, 
Esq.; 2ndly, 1852, the Hon. Eleanor Amelia Jolliffe, eldest daughter of the 1st Baron 
Hylton. He d. Jan. 2, 1871, without having had issue. 

DE BLAQUIERE, ELEANOR AMELIA, Baroness, eldest daughter of the 
1st Baron Hylton: m. 1852, the 4th Baron De Blaquiere, who d. Jan. 
J, 1871. 
Town Residence, 9, Stratford-place, W. 



De, Burgh-Canning, surname of the Marquess of Clanricarde. 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



137 



Dechmont, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Orkney. 
De Courcy, family name of Baron Kingsale. 




DECIES, BARON. (HORSLEY-BERESFORD.) 

WILLIAM ROBERT JOHN DE LA POER 
HORSLEY-BERESFORD, 3rd Baron, in the 
peerage of Ireland. Born June, 1811 ; 
Succeeded his father in 1855 : married 
(1860) Catherine Anne, daughter of 
William Dent Dent, Esq. of Shortflatt 
Tower, Northumberland, and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, William Marcus De la Poer, b. 1865. John, 
b. 1866. Robert De la Poer, b. 1868. 

Daughter, Caroline, b. 1861 .Catherine Eliza- 
No dependence but in the Cross. beth Ellen, b. 1870. 

Sisters living, Louisa Elizabeth, b. 1814, m, 1834, 

Lord Ernest Bruce, P.C., M.P., brother and heir presumptive of the 2nd Marquess of 
Ailesbury. Caroline Agues, b. 1818, m. 1836, the 4th Duke of Montrose, K T. 

Creation, Baron Decies, in the peerage of Ireland, 1812. 

Qrms, Quarterly 1st and 4th, argent, semee of cross crosslets fitchee, and three 
fleurs-de-lis within a bordure eiigrailed, all sable, a mullet for difference, Beresford; 2nd 
and 3rd, argent, a chief indented, sable, De la Poer. t3t, A dragon's head, erased, 
azure, the neck pierced with a broken tilting spear, and holding the broken-off' point in 
the n.outh, a mullet for difference. Supportrrs, Two angels, habited in white robes, 
reaching to the ancles, hair and wings (elevated) or, the exterior hand extended, and 
holding a sword erect, proper, pommel and hilt, or, each charged on the breast with a 
mullet for difference. 

Seats, Bolam-house, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; Gallowhill-house, Northumberland; The 
Craig, Bowness, Westmoreland. 

Clubs, Carlton, Guards', Junior United Service. 

DECIES, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 2nd 
Baron Decies, who was b. Jan. 22, 1/72; succeeded his father, Sep. 6, 18)9: his 
lordship TO. July 26, 1810, Charlotte Philadelphia, daughter of Robert Horsley, Esq. of Bolam- - 
house, (she d. 1852) : and d. March l, 1855, having issue a son and three daughters. 



DE CLIFFORD, BARON. (RUSSELL.) 




What will be, will be. 



EDWARD SOUTHWELL RUSSELL, 23rd 
Baron. Born 1824; succeeded his mother 
in 1874. Educated at Trinity College, 
Cambridge. Sat as M.P. for Tavistock 
1847 58. Was Lieut, in Prince Albert's 
Own Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry 
185009. Is a Dep. Lieut of Leicester- 
shire. Married (1853) Harriet Agnes, 
eldest daughter of Admiral Sir Charles 
Elliot, K.C.B., and has issue, living, 

Sons, Edward Southwell, b. 1855. Charles 
Somerset, 6.1857. 



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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Daughters, Maud Clara, b. 18 . Katherine, 6. 18 . 

Sisters living, Katherine Sarah Georgina, b. 1827, rn. 1850, (Colvile). Marv, b. 1830, 
in. I860, (Oakeley). 

Creation, Baron de Clifford, in the peerage of England, 12Q9. 

Slrtns, Argent : a lion rampant gules, on a chief sable, three escallops argent. 
St, A goat passant argent, armed and unguled or. >upportfrs. Dexter, a lion gules \ 
xinister, an antelope gules, armed, unguled, and tufted, ducally gorged and chain reflexed 
over the back, all or. 

Seat, Kirkby Hall, Leicestershire. 

Town Residence, 3, Carlton-house-terrace, S.W. 

Clubs, White's, Brooks's, Travellers', Marlborough. 

DE CLIFFORD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his mother, 
Sophia, Baroness de Clifford. She was b. Nov. 1791, and succeeded in 1833 to the Barony, 
which had been in abeyance from the death of the 21st Baron in 1832: m. 1822 Com- 
mander John Russell, R.N., who d. 1835, son of Lord William Russell, and nephew of 
the oth Duke of Bedford, K.G. Her ladyship d. 1874, leaving issue one son and two 
daughters. 



Deerhurst, Viscount, son of the Earl of Coventry, (see Coventry.) 



DE FREYNE, BARON. (FRENCH.) * 

ARTHUR FRENCH, 4th Baron. Born 
1855 ; succeeded his father 18G8 ; educated 
at Downside and Beaumont Colleges. 

* Brothers living, Richard, b. 1857. Robert, b. 

1858. 

* Sister, Mary, b. I860. 

Aunt living, Harriet, m. Owen Lloyd, of Lisadurn, 
Ireland. 

Creations, Baron de Freyne, 1839; by special 
patent, with remainder to the brothers of the 
first Baron, 1851, iw the peerage of the United 
I had rather die than be disgraced. Kingdom. 

Srms, Ermine : a chevron, sable. Crest, A dolphin embowed, proper. Supporters, 
Dexter, an ancient Irish warrior, habited, supporting with his dexter hand a battle-axe, 
head downwards, and bearing on his sinister arm a shield, all proper ; sinister, a female 
figure, proper, vested and scarf flowing, argent. 

-Sea?, French-park, (co.) Roscommon, Ireland. 




DE FREYNE, Baroness, CATHERINE, daughter of Luke Maree, Esq. : 
m. 1851*. the 3rd Baron de Freyne, who d. 1868. 
Residence, French-park, Roscommon, Ireland. 



* The late Baron De Freyne, in a letter addressed to the editor in 1865, stated, 
"that in 1851 he was married, by a Roman Catholic clergyman to Miss Catherine Maree ; 
and, a question having arisen as to the validity of that marriage, she being a Roman 
Catholic and he a Protestant, they were again married in the Established Church." The 
issue of the first marriage is Charles, M.P. for co. Roscommon, b. 185), John, b. 1853, 
and William, b. 1854, and of the second, Arthur, Richard, Robert, and Mary. 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 139 

DE FREYNE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles, 
3rd Baron. He was b. 1793, and succeeded, 1863, under the special patent obtained in 
1851 (the 1st Baron having no heirs) see Creations: m. Feb. 13th, 1851, Catherine, 
daughter of Luke Maree, Esq. and d. Oct. 28, 1868, having had issue six sons and a 
daughter. 

De Grey, family name of Baron Walsingham. 

De Grey Earl of, eldest son of the Marquess of Ripon. 

Delamar, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Stamford. 

DELAMERE, BARON. (CHOLMONDELEY.) 

HUGH CHOLMONDELEY, 2nd Baron. 
Born Oct. 3rd, 1811 ; succeeded his father 
in 1855; was educated at Eton ; was M.P. 
for Denbighshire 1840 1 ; and for Mont- 
gomery, 1841 7 ; has been Colonel of the 
1st Royal Cheshire Militia since 1840 ; and 
was formerly in the 1st Life Guards ; is 
a Dep. Lieut, of Cheshire: married 1st, 
(1848) Lady Sarah Hay, 2nd daughter of 
the Earl of Kinnoull, (this lady died, 
Virtue is the safest helmet. 1859); 2ndly (1860), Augusta Emily, 

eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Sir 
George Hamilton Seymour, G.C.B., G C.H., P.C., and has issue, living, 

Son, Hugh, b. 1870. 
Daughter, Sybil, b. 1871. 

Brothers living, Thomas Grenville, b. 1818, m. 1850. The Rev. Henry Pitt, b. 1820, 
m. 1848. 

Sister living, Henrietta Charlotte, b. 1823, m. 1857, the 6th Baron Berners. 

Creation, Baron Delamere of Vale Royal, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1821. 
Patron of two livings, Whitegate, V. Over St. John, V. Cheshire. 

3rms, Gules : two esquires' helmets in chief, proper, and in base a garb, or. (fTrtSt, 
A demi. griffin, sable, beaked, membered, ducally gorged, and wings elevated, or, holding 
between the claws a helmet, as in the arms. Supporters, Two griffins, sable, beaked, 
membered, and wings elevated, or, ducally gorged and chained, gold 

Seat, Vale Royal, Northwich, Cheshire. 

Town Residence, 14, Bruton- street, W. 

Club, Carlton. . 

DELAMERE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas, 
1st Baron Delamere. He was b. Aug. 19, 1767, and was elevated, in 1821, to the peerage as 
Baron Delamere of Vale Royal: m. Dec. 17, 1810, Henrietta Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 
Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bart, (she d. 1852) : and d. Oct. 1, 1855, having had issue five 
sons and a daughter. 

De la Poer Beresford, family name of the Marquess of Waterford. 





140 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



DELAWARE, EARL. (SACKVILLE.) 

REGINALD WINDSOR SACKVILLE, 7th 
Earl, son of the 5th Earl Delawarr, by 
Elizabeth, who was created Baroness 
Buckhurst, daughter of the 3rd Duke of 
Dorset. Born Feb. 7th, 1817 ; succeeded 
his mother as 2nd Baron Buckhurst 1870, 
and his brother as 7th Earl Delawarr 
1873. Educated at Balliol College, Oxford 
(B.A 1838, M.A. 1842). Is High Steward 
of the borough of Stratford-on-Avon, a 
Magistrate for Kent, Sussex, and Cam- 
Either complete, or do not attempt, bridgeshire, and a Dep. Lieut, of Cam- 

bridgeshire and Sussex. Assumed by 
royal licence in 1871 the surname of Sackville only, in lieu of Sackville- 
West. Married (1867) Constance Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of A. D. 
R. W. Baillie-Cochrane, Esq., M.P. for Isle of Wight, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Lionel Charles Cranfield, Viscount Cantelupe, b. 1868. Gilbert George Reginald, 
b. 1869. 

Daughters, Edeline, b. 1870. Leonore Mary, b. 18/2. 

Brothers living, Mortimer, b. 1820, m. 1847. Lionel Sackville, b. 1827. William Ed- 
ward, b. 1830. 

Patron of six living's. Hartfield, R. Folkington, R. Withyham, R. Mountfield, V. Sussex. 
Hanwell, R. Drayton, R. Oxfordshire. 

Creations, Baron West, by writ, 1342, Summoned to Parliament as Lord Delawarr, 
1497, in abeyance from the death of the then Baron in 1554, until the nephew of the last 
Baron was created Baron Delawarr, in the peerage of England, 1568, Viscount Caruelupe, 
and Earl Delawarr, 1761, and Baron Buckhurst, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1864. 

arms, Quarterly : or and gules, a bend vaire, argent and azure. Crest, On a ducal 
coronet composed of fleurs-de-lis or, an estoile argent. Supporters, On either side a 
leopard argent, spotted sable. 

Seats, Buckhurst, Tunbridge Wells; Bourn Hall, Cambridge. Club, Carlton. 



DELAWARE, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Charles 
Richard SACKVILLE-WEST, K.C.B., 6th Earl Delawarr. He was b. Nov. 13, 1815, and 
succeeded his father in 1869. Educated at Harrow. Entered the 43rd Foot 1833, became 
Capt. 21st Fusiliers 1842, Major in the Army 1846, Brevet-Col, for distinguished servicee 
1855, and Major-Gen. 1864. Served in the Sutlej campaign 1845 6, as Aide-de-Camp to 
Viscount Gough, at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, and as Military Secretary 
during the remainder of the campaign ; was present at Sobraon, and received medal and 
clasps. Served in the Crimea, including the battles of the Alma and Balaclava, and com- 
manded a detached wing of the 21st Fusiliers at Inkermann, and also that regiment during 
the siege of Sebastopol. In the expedition to Kmbourn was in command of a Brigade, 
and afterwards commanded one at Shorncliffe camp. Was an officer of the Legion of 
Honor, and a Knight of the Medjidie, and was the recipient of the Crimean medal and 
clasps, and the Sardinian and Turkish medals. He d, by his own hand April 23, 1873, un- 
married. 



DE LA ZOUCHE, BARON, (see ZOUCHE), 



PEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



141 




DE L'ISLE AND DUDLEY, BARON. (SIDNEY.) 

PHILIP SIDNEY, 2nd Baron, and a Ba- 
ronet. Born Jan. 29th, 1828; succeeded 
his father in 1851 ; was educated at Eton ; 
served sometime in the Royal Horse 
Guards ; is a Dep. Lieut, of Kent and 
of the North Riding of Yorkshire, a 
Magistrate for Kent, and Hereditary 
Visitor of Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge : married (1850) Mary, only 
daughter of Sir William Foulis, 8th Bart, 
of Ingleby Manor, and has issue, living, 
Whither the Fates call me. So?is t Philip, b. 1853 ;- appointed Sub-Lieut. Rifle 

Brigade 1873. Algernon, b. 1854. Henry, b. 
1858. William, b, 185Q. 
Daughter, Mary Sophia, b. 1851. 

Sisters lir-intr, Adelaide Augusta Wilhelmina, b. 1826, m. 1856, (Hunloke). Ernestine 
Wellington, b. 1834. Sophia Pliilippa, b. 1837. 

Patron of two livings, Penshnrst, R. Kent. Ingleby Greenhow, V. Yorkshire. 
Creation, Baron De 1'Isle and Dudley, of Penshurst, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1835. A Baronet, 1818. 

Urms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a pheon, azure, Sidney ; 2nd and 3rd, sable, on a 
fesse engrailed, between three welk shells, or, a mullet for difference, Shellrij. iTvrst, 1st, 
a porcupine, statant azure, quills, collar, and chain, or, Sidney ; 2nd, a griffln.'s head erased, 
argent, ducally gorged or, S/iel ey. Supporters Dexter, a porcupine, azure, quills, collar, 
and chain, or; sinister, a lion queue fourchee, vert. 

SVv/te, Penshurst-castle, Tonbridge, Kent; Ingleby Manor, Northallerton, Yorkshire. 
Town Residence, //, Queeii's-gate, W. Clubs, Carlton, White's. 

DE L'ISLE AND DUDLEY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his 
father, Sir Philip Charles Sidney, 2nd Bart, and 1st Bai-on De 1'lsle and Dudley, K.C.B. 
D.C.L. He was A.March 11, 1800; was raised to the peerage as Baron De 1'lsle and 
Dudley, 1835, and succeeded his father in the Baronetcy, in 1849 : m. Aug. 13, 1825, Sophia, 
sister to the 1st Earl of Munster, (she d. 1837); and d. March 8, 1851, having had issue 
one son and three daughters. 

Delvin, Lord, son of the Earl of Westmeath. (see Westmeath). 




For the king, the law, and the people. 



DE MAULEY, BARON. (POXSONBY.) 

CHARLES FREDERICK ASHLEY COOPER 
PONSONBY, 2nd Baron. Born Sept. 12th, 
1815; succeeded his father in 1855; was 
M.P. for Poole, 1837 47, and for Dungar- 
van, 1851 2: married (1838) Lady Maria 
Jane Elizabeth Ponsonby, 4th daughter 
of the 4th Earl of Bessborough, and has 
issue, living, 

Sow.s-. Willinm Ashley Webb, b. 1843; entered 
the 70th Foot as Ensign, is64, exchanged to 
the Rille Brigade in lhtJ5, and became Lieut. 
1^70, and in the same year was appointed Aide- 
.le-Cam ito the Gov.-Gen. of Canada; retired 
from The service, 1872. Rev. Maurice John 
lieorgL-, b 1S46. Frederick John William, 
b, 1847. Edwin Charles William, b. issi. 



142 BEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

Daughters, Emily Priscilla Maria, b. 1841, m. 1870 (Ogilvy). Helen Geraldine Marai, 
b. 1852. 

Brother living, Ashley George John, b. 1831, m. 1857. 

Sister tlvtng, Frances Anne Georgiana, b. 1817, . 1837, the 9th Baron Kinnaird. 

Creation, Baron De Mauley of Canford, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1838. 

&rms, Gules : a chevron between three combs, argent. CJTrest, 1st, out of a ducal 
coronet, three arrows, points downwards, one in pale and two in saltire, entwined at the 
intersection by a snake, proper ; 2nd, on a chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, a bull statant, 
sable, armed, unguled, and ducally gorged, or. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, proper, re - 
guardant; sinister, a bull, sable, armed, unguled, tufted, and ducally gorged, or. 

Seat, Langford-house, Lechlade, Gloucestershire. Clubs, White's, Brooks's. 

DE MAULEY, Baron. His lordship's predecessor was his father, the Hon. 
William Francis Spencer, 1st Baron De Mauley, (3rd son of the 3rd Earl of Bessborough.) 
He was b. Feb. 16, 1787: m. Aug. 8, 1814, Lady Barbara Ashley Cooper, daughter of the 
5th Earl of Shaftesbury, (she d. 1844) : and d. May 16, 1855, having had issue four sons and 
a daughter. 

De Moleyns, family name of Baron Ventry. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Loudoun. 

De Montalt, Baron, title borne by Viscount Hawarden. 
De Montmorency, family name of Viscount Frankfort. 

Viscount Mountmorres. 



DENBIGH, EARL OF. (FEILDING.) 

RUDOLPH WILLIAM BASIL FEILDING, 
8th Earl, and a Count of the Holy Roman 
Empire. Born April 9th, 1823; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1865 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 1844) ; wasCapt. of the Warwickshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry, 1849 52 ; is Hon. 
Col. 1st Bat. of Flintshire Rifle Volun- 
teers, and a Dep. Lieut, for Warwickshire, 
and a Magistrate for that county and 
Flintshire ; received the Grand Cross of 
Pius IX. 1869: married 1st (1846) 
Honour is the reward of v ir tue. Louiaar _ who died I 8 53^daughter of the 

late David Pennant, Esq.; 2ndly (1857) Mary, daughter of Robert Berkeley, 
Esq. of Spetchley Park, Worcestershire, and has issue from second 
marriage, living, 
Sons, Rudolph Robert Basil Aloysius Augustine, Viscount Feilding and Callan, 6. 1859. 

Francis Henry Everard Joseph, b. 1867. Basil George Edward Vincent, b. 1873. 
Daughters, Clare Mary Henrietta, b. 1 861. Edith Mary Frances, *. 1862. Mary Winefride 

Elizabeth, b. 1868. Agnes Mary Pia, b, 1870. 




PEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PKERAGE. 



148 



Brothers living, Percy Robert Basil, b. 1827, m. 1862. The Rev. 
German arms. Charles William Alexander, b. 1833, m. 1866. William Henry Adelbert 

6. 1836. 

Sisters living, Mary Frances Catherine, b 1823. Jane Lissey Harriet, 
b. 1829, m. 1856, (Levett). Ida Matilda Alice, 6.1840, m. 1872> 
(Low). Katharine Elizabeth Mary Julia, b, 1842, m. 1867 (Clive). 

Creations, Viscount Callan and Baron Feilding, 1619, Earl of 
Desmond, 1622, in the peerage of Ireland. Viscount and Baron 
Feilding, 1620, Earl of Denbigh, 1622, Baron St. Liz, 1644, in the 
peerage of England, Count of Hapsburg of Lauffenburg and Rhein- 
felden, and of the Holy Roman Empire. 

arms, Argent : on a fesse azure, three fusils, or. (Crest. A 
bird called a nuthatch pecking at a hazel branch, all proper. 
Virtue increases Supporters, Two stags proper, attired and unguled, or. N.B. The earl, 
under oppression, being a count of the Holy Roman Empire, usually bears his arms on 
the breast of an Imperial eagle. 

Seats, Newnham Paddox, near Lutterworth ; Downing, near Holywell, Flintshire. 
Town Residence, 49, Eaton-square, S.W. C/M6s, Travellers', Stafford, Carlton. 




DENBIGH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was 
isil Percy, G.C.H. P.C. D.C.L. 7th Earl Denbigh. He was b. Marcl 



his father, William, 

Basil Percy, G.C.H. P.C. D.C.L. 7th Earl Denbigh. He was b. March 25, 1796, and succeeded 
his grandfather, July 14, 1800 ; was for many years Master of the Horse to the late Queen 
Adelaide : m. May 8, 1822, Lady Mary Elizabeth Kitty Moreton, daughter of the 1st Earl of 
Ducie, (she d. 1842) : and d. June 26, 1865, having had issue five sons and six daughters. 



Denison, family name of Baron Londesborough: 
surname of Viscountess Ossington. 




DENMAN, BARON. (DENMAN.) 

THOMAS DENMAN, 2nd Baron. Born July 
30th, 1805 ; succeeded his father in 1854 ; 
was educated at Eton ; called to the Bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1833 ; was Marshal and 
Associate of the Lord Chief Justice of 
England (the 1st Baron Denman), 1832 
50; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Derbyshire: married 1st, (1829) 
Georgiana (who died 1871), eldest daugh- 
ter of the late Rev. Thomas Roe, by 
Catherine, youngest daughter of Captain 
Elphinstone, R.N., Rear Admiral in the 
service of Russia; 2ndly (1875) Marion, 
eldest deughter of James Aitchison, Esq., of Alderston, N.B. 

Brothers living, Richard, heir presumptive, b. 1814 ; was educated at Eton, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge (M.A. 1835) ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1835 -, is Clerk of the 
Crown Home Circuit: m. 1840, Emma, youngest daughter of the late Hugh Jones, Esq., 
of Lark-hill, Lancashire, and has, with other issue, Richard, b. 1842, m. 1871, Helen 
Mary, daughter of Gilbert M'Micking, Esq., of Elmhurst, Liverpool. Residence, 
Westergate, Arundel. Club, Brooks' s. 
George, *. 181Q, m. 1852. The Rev. Lewis William b. 1821, m. 1st, 1850 ; 2ndly, 1865. 

Sisters liring, Theodosia, b. 1806, m. 1825, (Wright). Elizabeth, b. 1807, m. 1838, (Hodg- 
son). Frances, b. 1812, m. 1846, Vice-Admiral Sir Robert Baynes, K.C.B. (he d. 1869) 
Margaret, b. 1815, m. 1st, 1841, 2ndly, 1848, (Cropper). Anne, b. 1822, m. 1846,(Holland) 
Caroline Amelia, b. 1823, m. 1846, (Beresford). 

Creation, Baron Denman of Dovedale.in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1834. 



By prudence and constancy. 



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, Argent, on a chevron between thf ee lions' heads erased, gules, three ermine 
spots, or. Crest, A raven rising, proper, in the beak an annulet, or. .Supportrrg, On 
either side a lion, gules, charged on the body with five ermine spots in cross, or. 
Seat, Stony Middleton, by Sheffield, Derbyshire. 

DENMAN, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas, 1 st 
Baron Denman, (son of Thomas Denman, Esq. M.D. of Mount-street). He was b. Feb. 23, 
1779; was chosen Common Serjeant of the City of London, in 1822; was Attorney- 
General, 18302 ; in the latter year he became Lord .Chief Justice of England ; was 
raised to the peerage, 1834. and retired from the Bench, 1850 : m. Oct. 18, 1804, Theodosia 
Anne, daughter of the Rev. R. Vevers, Rector of Kettering, (she a'. 1852) : and d. Sept. 22, 
18-04, having had issue eight sons and seven daughters. 

DERBY, EARL OF. (STANLEY.) 

EDWARD HENRY STANLEY, P.O. D.C.L. 
LL.D. F.R.S. 15th Earl, and a Baronet. 
Born July 21st, 1826; succeeded his 
father in 1 869 ; was educated at Rugby, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, (M.A. 
1st class in Classics, and Mathematics, 
1848) ; was Under Secretary for Foreign 
Affairs, 1852, Secretary for the Colonies 
(March to June) 1858, President of the 
Board of Control (June to Sept.) 1858, 
Secretary of State for India, 18589, 
and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 
Without changing. igQQ g, to which office he was reap- 

pointed 1874; elected Lord Rector of the 

University of Glasgow, 1868. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Lanca- 
shire, Chairman of the Annual General Sessions of that county, and of 
the Kirkdale Quarter Sessions, a Trustee of the British Museum, High 
Steward of the borough of King's Lynn, and Hon. Col. of the 1st Lanca- 
shire Rifle Volunteer Corps. Sat as M.P. for Lynn Regis, 184869; 
unsuccessfully contested Lancaster, 1848. Married (1870) Mary Catherine, 
2nd daughter of the 4th Earl Delawarr, and widow of James, 2nd Marquess 
of Salisbury, K.G. 

Brother living, Frederick Arthur, M.P. heir presumptive, b. 1841; was educated at Eton , 
entered the Grenadier Guards, 1858, became Capt. and Adjutant, 1862, retired, 1865 : is 
a Magistrate for Lancashire and Westmoreland; was M P. for Preston (C.) 18(558, when 
he was elected for North Lancashire ; is Lieut.-Col. 1st Royal Lancashire Militia, ap- 
pointed Civil Lord of the Admiralty 1868, and Financial Secretary to the War Office 18/4 : 
m. 1864, Lady Constance Villiers, daughter of the 4th Earl of Clarendon, K.G., and has, 
with other issue, Edward George Villiers, b. 1865. Residence, 5, Portland-place, W. 
Sea, Witherslack-hall Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire. Clubs, Carlton, White's, 
Guards'. 
Sister living, Emma. Charlotte, b. 1835, m. I860, (Talbot). 

Patron of sixteen livings, Knowsley, V. Bickerstaff, V. Newburgh, V. Winwick. R. 
Bury, R. Newchurch, R. Lowton, R. Ormskirk, V. Newton-in-Makerfield, R. Rohy, V. 
Huyton, V. Gnlborne, R. Ashton-le- Willows, R. Lancashire. Holy Trinity, R. Chester, 
Macclesfield Forest Chapel, Prestbury, Cheshire; Bailsworth, R. Yorkshire. 

Creations, Earl of Derby, 1485, in the peerage of England, Baron Stanley of Bicker - 
staffe, 1832, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1627. 

(jjrtns, Argent, on a bend, azure, three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. Crest, On a 
chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, an eagle, wings extended, or, preying on a child, proper, 
swaddled, gules, in a cradle laced, or. jfhtpportrrs, Dexter, a griffin, wings elevated, or, 
ducally collared, and line reflexed over the back, azure ; sinister, a stag, or, collared and 
lined as the dexter. 

Seat, Knowsley-park, Prescot, Lancashire. 

Town Residence, 23, St. James's-square, S.W. Clubs, Carlton, Travellers'. 



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DERBY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Edward 
Geoffrey Smith, K.G. G.C.M.G. P.C. D.C.L. 14th Earl of Derby. He was b. March 29, 
1799, and succeeded his father, June 30, 1851; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, (Chancellor's Prize for Latin Verse, 1819, D.C.L. Chancellor, 1852); was Chief 
Secretary for Ireland, 18303; Secretary of State for the Colonies, 18334, and 18415; 
First Lord of the Treasury, 1852, 1858 9, and 1866 8; Chancellor of the University 
of -Oxford; Hon. Col. of the 1st Lancashire Rifle Volunteers, a Governor of the Charter- 
house, an Elder Brother of the Trinity House, and Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow 
(1834) ; was M.P. for Stockbridge, 18206, for Preston, 182630, for Windsor, 18302, 
and North Lancashire, 183246; was called to the House of Lords during the lifetime of 
his father, 1846: m. May 31, 1825, the Hon. Emma Caroline Wilbraham, 2nd daughter of 
the 1st Baron Skelmersdale ; and d, Oct. 23, 1869, having had issue four sons and two 
daughters. 

DERBY, Dowager Countess *t)f, -The Hon. EMMA CAROLINE WILBRAHAM, 
2nd daughter of the 1st Baron Skelmersdale ; m. 1825, the 14th Earl of 
Derby, who d. 1869. 
Residence, 15, Cromwell-road, S.W. 

DE-ROS, BARON. (FITZ-GERALD-DE-ROS.) 

DUDLEY CHARLES FITZ-GERALD-DE- 
Ros, 24th Baron, Premier Baron of 
England. Born March llth, 1827 ; suc- 
ceeded his father 1874. Educated at 
Eton. Entered the 1st Life Guards as 
Cornet and Sub -Lieut. 1845, became 
Lieut. 1848, Capt.1851, Major and^Lieut.- 
Col. in the Army 1859, Lieut-Col, of the 
1st Life Guards 1861, and Col. in -ihe 
Army 1864, retired on half-pay 1872. 

Was Equerry to the Prince Consort 

Crom for ever. 1853 61, an Extra Equerry to the Queen 

1862 8, and an Equerry to Her Majesty 
1861 74, when he was appointed a Lord in Waiting. Is a Magistrate for 
co. Down. Married (1853) Lady Elizabeth Egerton, eldest daughter of the 
2nd Earl of Wilton, G.C.H., and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Mary Frances, heiress apparent, b. 1854. 
Sinter living, Blanche Arthur Georgina, b. 1832, m. 1865 (Swinton). 

Creation, Baron de Ros, of Hamlake, in the peerage of England, by writ, l?64. 
Strrng, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gules, three water bougets, argent, Ros ; 2nd and 3rd, 
argent, a saltire, gules, a crescent for difference. Pitz-Gerald. Crests 1st, On a chapeau, 
gules, turned up ermine, a peacock in pride, proper, Ron ; 2nd, a monkey statant, proper, 
environed round the loins, and chained, or, Fits-Gerald. Supporters, Two falcons, 
wings expanded and inverted proper. 

Seat, Old-court, Strangford, co. Down, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 36, Park-street, Grosvenor-square, W. 
Club, Carlton. 

DE ROS, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
Lennox Lascelles, P.C., 23rd Baron de- Ros, Premier Baron of England. He was b. Sept. 1, 
1797, and succeeded his brother 1839. Educated at Westminster, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford (B. A. Student 1819, M.A. 1822). Entered the Army 1819, became Lieut. 1821, Capt. 
18-^4, Major 1827, Lieut.-Col. 1831, Col. 1846, Major-Gen. 1854, Lieut.-Gen. 1861. Col. of the 
4th Hussars 1865, and Gen. 1868. Was Quartermaster-Gen, of the Army in Turkey from 
March to Aug. 1854, Capt. of the Yeomen of the Guard 1852 and 185S 9, Lieut.-Governor 
of tin- TOWIT 1852 74; a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for the Tower Hamlets, and a 
Magistrate for co. Down : m. 1324, Lady Georgiana Lennox, 3rd daughter of the 4th Duke 
of Richmond, K.G., and d. Jan. 1874, leaving issue one son and one daughter. 

L 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



DE ROS, Baroness. GEORGIANA, 3rd daughter of the 4th Duke of Rich- 
mond, K.G.: m. 1824, the 23rd Baron de Ros, who d. 1874. 
Residence, 19, Eaton-place, S.W. 




Courage ignorant of base repulse. 



DESART, EARL OF. (CUFFE.) 

WILLIAM ULICK O'CONNOR CUFFE, 4th 
Earl, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
July 10th, 1845 ; succeeded his father in 
1865; educated at Eton; was a Page 
of Honour to the Queen, 1856 62 ; Lieut, 
and Capt. in the Grenadier Guards, 1862 
6; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for (co.) Kilkenny: married (1871) 
Maria Emma, eldest daughter of T. H. 
Preston, Esq., of Morely-hall, York- 
shire, and has issue, living, 

Daughter, Kathleen Mary Alexina, b. 1872. 



Brothers living, Hamilton John Agmondesham, heir presumptive, b. 1848 ; was educated 
at Radley School, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. 1868). Was sometime a 
Midshipman in R.N.; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple, 1872. Clubs, St. James's, 
Pratt' s. 
Otway Frederick Seymour, b. 1853. 

Sister living, Alice Mary, b. 1844, m. 1864, the 5th Baron Henniker. 

Creations, Baron Desart, 1733, Viscount Desarr, 1781, Viscount Castle-Cuffe and 
Earl of Desart, 1793, all in the peerage of Ireland. 

Strnts, Arg-ent : a bend dancette, sable, plain cottised, azure, on the bend three fleurs- 
de-lis of the field, and on each cottise as many bezants. Crest, A dexter cubit arm, erect, 
vested, or, cuffed, ermine, and charged with two bends wavy, azure, the hand proper, 
holding a battle-axe, or, handle, azure. .Supporters Two leopards reguardant, proper, each 
gorged with a collar dancette, and chained, sable, the collars charged with three fleurs-de- 
.lis, argent. 

Seat, Desart-house, (co.) Kilkenny, Ireland. 

C/w6s, Carlton, Guards', White's, Junior Naval and Military. 



DESABT, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Otway 

O'Connor, 3rd Earl of Desart, who was*. Oct. 12, 1818; and succeeded his father, Nov. 
22, 18-20 : he was M.P. for Ipswich in 1842; Under Secretary for the Colonies in 1852; 
and was a Representative Peer of Ireland ; his lordship m. June 28, 1842, Elizabeth Lucy, 
daughter of the 1st Earl of Cawdor : and d. April 1, 186s, having issue, three sons and a 
daughter. 



DESART, Dowager Countess of, ELIZABETH LUCY, daughter of the 1st 
Earl ot Cawdor ; was for many years Bedchamber Woman to the Queen ; 
m. 1842, the 3rd Earl of Desart, who d. 1865. 
Residence, 25, Chesham-street, S.W. 



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147 




DE SAUMAREZ, BARON. (SAUMAREZ.) 

JOHN ST. VINCENT SAUMAREZ, 3rd Baron, 
and a Baronet, son of Sir James Saumarez, 
G.C.B., 1st Baron. Born May 28th, 1806 ; 
succeeded his brother in 1863; educated 
at Harrow, and at the Royal Military 
College, Sandhurst; entered the Rifle 
Brigade, 1824, became Lieut. 1826, Capt. 
1829, a Lieut. -Col. in the Army (un- 
attached) 1844, and Col. 1854: married 
(1838) Caroline Esther, eldest daughter 
of William Rhodes, Esq. (this lady died, 
I hope in God. 1846), and has issue, living,^ 

Son.?, James St. Vincent, b. 1843 ; educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 

(B.A. 1863) ; entered the Grenadier Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 1863, was appointed 

Lieut, and Capt. 1866, and retired 1867; appointed Attache to the Embassy at Paris 

1868, and a second Secretary in the Diplomatic Service 1874. John St. Vincent, b. 1845. 

Daughters, Caroline Amelia, b. 1839, m. 1861, the 4th Baron Boston. Augusta Caroline, 

b. 1841, m. 1859, the 5th Baron Boston. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1850), Margaret Antoinette, 4th daughter of 
the late William Richard Hopkyns Northey, Esq. of Oving-house, Bucks, 
and has issue, living, 

Sons, Arthur, b. 1852. Gerald Le Marchant, b. 1859. 
Daughters, Antoinette Elizabeth, b. 1854. Eleanor Mary, *. 1863. 

Creation, Baron de Saumarez, of the Island of Guernsey, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1831. A Baronet, 1801. 

trms, Argent: on a chevron, gules, between three leopards' faces, sable, as 
many castles, triple-towered, or, a crescent for difference. Crest, A falcon, displayed, 
proper, charged with a crescent for difference. Supporters, Dexter, an unicorn, tail 
between the legs, argent, navally gorged, azure, charged on the breast with a castle, triple- 
towered, or ; sinister, a greyhound, argent, collared gules, rimmed, or, charged on the 
breast with a wreath of laurel, encircling an anchor, sable. 

Residence, 41, Prince's-gate, Kensington, S.W. Club, United Service. 

DE SAUMAREZ, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, the 
Rev. James, 2nd Baron De Saumarez. He was b. Oct. 9, 1789 ; and succeeded his father, 
Oct. p, 1836; was Rector of Huggate, Yorkshire: m. Oct. 5, 1814, Mary, daughter of Vice- 
Admiral Lechmere, (she d. 1849) ; and d. April 9, 1863, without issue. 

Desmond, Earl of, title borne by the Earl of Denbigh. 

DE TABLET, BARON. (WARREN.) 

GEORGE WARREN, P.C. 2nd Baron, and 
a Baronet. Born Oct. 28th, 1811; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1827 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford; 
assumed the surname and arms of 
Warren only, in lieu of those of Leicester, 
in 1832; was a Lord in Waiting to the 
Queen, 18538 and 185966, Lieut.-Col. 
Commandant of the Earl of Chester's Yeo- 
manry Cavalry, 1847 69 ; and Treasurer 
of Her Majesty's Household 1868 72; 
is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for 
Cheshire, and Grand Master of the 




I will hold. 



148 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Freemasons of Cheshire : married (1832) Catharina Barbara, 2nd daughter 
of Jerome, Count de Salis, (this lady died, 1869,) and has issue, living, 

Son, John Byrne Leicester, b. 1835 ; educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
(B. A., 2nd class in Classics, and in Law and Modern History, 1856) ; was called to the 
Bar at Lincoln's Inn, I860 : appointed Lieut, in the Earl of Chester's Yeomanry 
Cavalry, 1858, Capt, 1867, and retired 18/0 ; unsuccessfully contested Mid Cheshire, 1868. 
Residences, 67, Onslow-square, S.W Club, Travellers'. 

Daughters, Catharine Leicester, b. 1838. Eleanor Leicester, b. 1841, m. 1864 (Leighton). 
Margaret Leicester, b. 184/, m. 1875 (Stepney). 

His lordship married 2ndly (1871), Elizabeth, daughter of the late Shalcros 
Jacson, Esq., and widow of the late J. H. Smith-Barry, Esq. of Marbury- 
hall, Cheshire, and Fota Island, (co.) Cork. 

Creation, Baron de Tabley, of Tabley-house, Chester, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1826. A Baronet, 1671. 

9rms, Cheeky, or, and azure : on a canton gules, a lion rampant, argent. Crest, On 
a chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, a wyvern, argent, wings elevated, cheeky, or, and 
azure. Supporters, Two wyverns, argent, wings elevated cheeky, or and azure. 

Seat, Tabley-house, Knutsford, Cheshire. Town Residence, 12, Upper Belgrave- 
street, S.W. Clubs, Travellers', St. James's. 

DE TABLEY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Sir John 
Fleming Leicester, 1st Baron De Tabley. He was b. April l, 1762 ; inherited the Baronetcy 
from his father, Feb. 12, 1/70, and was raised to the peerage in 1826; his lordship was 
Colonel of the Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry; and gave most liberal encouragement to the 
Fine Arts: m. Nov. 3, 1810, Georgiana Maria, daughter of Col. Cottin: and d. June 18, 
1827, having had issue, two sons. Her ladyship d. in 1859, having been re- married to the 
Kev. Frederick Leicester. 



Devereux, family name of Viscount Hereford. 



DE VESCI, VISCOUNT. (VESEY.) 

THOMAS VESEY, 3rd Viscount, in the 
peerage of Ireland, a Representative Peer 
for Ireland, and a Baronet. Born Sept. 
21st, 1803; succeeded his father in 1855; 
was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, 
(B.A. 2nd class in Mathematics, 1825) ; 
was M.P. for Queen's County, 1835 7, 
and 1841 52 ; appointed an Ecclesiastical 
Commissioner for Ireland, 1868 ; is a 
Magistrate and a Dep. -Lieut, for Queen's 
county, of which he was High Sheriff 
1827 : married (1839) Lady Emma Her- 
Under this sign thou shalt conquer, bert, youngest daughter of the llth Earl 

of Pembroke, and has issue, living, 

Sons, John Robert William, b. 1844 ; was educated at Eton ; entered the Coldstream 
Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 1863, became Lieut, and Capt. 1866, Adjutant 1871. and 
Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1874: m. 1872, Hon. Evelyn Charteris, daughter of Lord Elcho, 
M.P. Eustace, b. 1851. 

Daughters, Frances Isabella Catherine, b. 1840, m. 186l, the 4th Marquess of Bath, 
Georgiana Mary, b. 1842. Beatrice Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 1845, m. 1874 (Grosvenor). 

Sister living, Catherine b. 1802, m. 1833, (Nugent). 




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149 



Patron of two livings, 

Created Baron of Knapton, 1"50, Viscount de Vesci of Abbey Leix, in the peerage 
of Ireland, 1//6. A Baronet, 1698. 

STrms, Or: on a eross sable, a patriarchal cross of the field. (Trrst, A dexter hand 
in armour, holding a laurel branch, proper. Supporters, Two figures of Hercules, each 
clad in a lion's skin, and holding a club over the exterior shoulder, proper. 

Seat, Abbey I.eix, Queen's County, Ireland. Town Residence, 4, Carlton-house- 
terrace, S.W. 0/w&s,Carlton, -Travellers', White's. 

DE VESCI, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 
2nd Viscount De Vesci, who was b. Feb. 15, 1771; succeeded his father, Oct. 13, 1804, 
m. Aug. 25, 1800, Frances Letitia, daughter of the Right Hon. William Brownlow, of Lurgar, 
(she d. 1840) ; and d. Oct. 19, 1855, having issue, two sons and a daughter. 




What is true, is safe. 



DEVON, EARL OF. (COURTENAT.) 

WILLIAM REGINALD COURTENAY, P.C. 
D.C.L. llth Karl and a Baronet Born 
April 14th, 1807 ; succeeded his father in 
1859 ; was educated at Westminster, and 
at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1828, 
B.C.L. 1831; Hon. D.C.L. 1838) ; was a 
Fellow of All Souls' College, 182830 ; sat 
as M.P. for South Devon, 18428 ; was a 
Poor Law Inspector, 1848 50, Secretary 
of the Poor Law Board, 18509, Chan- 
cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1866 
7, and President of the Poor Law Board, 
18678; is Lieut. -Col. of the 1st Royal 
Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, and a Governor of the Charterhouse: married 
(1830) Lady Elizabeth Fortescue, 7th daughter of the 1st Earl Fortescue, 
K.G. (this lady died, 1867), and has issue, living, 

S>n t Edward Baldwin, Lord Courtenay, 6.1836; was educated at Westminster, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford; formerly Captain 1st Royal Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, resigned 
1871 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate tor Devonshire : was M.P. for Exeter, 1864 8, 
and for East Devonshire (C.) 186870. C/w6s, Carlton, White's, Travellers', 
Boodle's, Arlington. 

Daughter, Agnes Elizabeth, b. 1838; m. 1869, the Hon. Charles Lindley Wood, eldest son 
of the 1st Viscount Halifax, G.C.B. 

Brothers living, The Rev. Henry Hugh, b. 1811, m. 1835. The Rev. Charles Leslie, 
6. 1816, m. 1849. 

Patron of seven livings, North Bovey, R. Honiton, R. Salcombe, V. Moreton-Hamp- 
stead, R. Powderham, R. Woolborough, D. Cofton, V. Devonshire. 

Creation, Earl of Devon, in the peerage of England, 1553. A Baronet, 1651. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, three torteaux, with a label of three points, Cour- 
ti'inii -2}\(\ and 3rd, or, a lion rampant azure, Redvers, earl of Devon. iCrrst, 1st, out of 
a ducal coronet or, a plume of seven ostrich feathers, four and three argent ; 2nd, a dolphin 
embowed, proper. Supporters, Two boars argent, bristled, armed, and unguled or. 

Srnts, Powderham Castle, near Exeter, and Molt Kingsbridge, Devonshire; the Castle, 
Newcastle, (co.) Limerick, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 32, Lowndes-square, S.W. Clubs. Athenaeum, Carlton. 



150 



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DEVON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William, 
10th Earl of Devon. He was b. June 19, 1777, and succeeded his cousin, May 26, 1835 ; 
was a Governor of the Charterhouse and High Steward of the University of Oxford : 
m. 1st, Nov. 29, 1804, Lady Harriet Leslie, daughter of Sir Lucas Pepys, Bart, and Eliza- 
beth, (in her own right) Countess of Rothes, (she d. 1839), having had issue four sons and 
one daughter; 2ndly, Jan. 30, 1849, Elizabeth Ruth, (laughter of the Rev. John Middleton 
Scott ; and d. March 19, 1859, without having had any issue from 2nd marriage. 

DEVON, Countess of, ELIZABETH RUTH, daughter of the Rev. John 
Middleton Scott and of Lady Arabella Barbara Brabazon, daughter of the 
8th Earl of Meath ; m. 1849, as his 2nd wife, the 10th Earl of Devon, 
who d. 1859. 
Residence, 




DEVONSHIRE, DUKE OF. (CAVENDISH.) 

WILLIAM CAVENDISH, K.G. LL.D. F.R.S. 
7th Duke and 10th Earl, Lord Lieut, and 
Custos Rotulorum of Derbyshire, and 
Chancellor of the University of Cam- 
bridge ; son of William, eldest son of the 
1st Earl of Burlington, by Lady Louisa 
O'Callaghan, eldest daughter of the 1st 
Baron Lismore. Born 27th April, 1808; 
succeeded his grandfather as Earl of Bur- 
lington in 1834, and his cousin as Duke 
of Devonshire in 1858 ; was educated at 
Secure by caution. Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 

(M.A. 2nd Wrangler, Senior Smith's Prizeman, and 1st class in the Classical 
Tripos, 1829, LL.D. 1834); was M. P. for Cambridge University, 1829 31, 
for Malton, 1831, and for North Derbyshire, 18314 ; was Chancellor of the 
University of London, 1836 56, and Lord Lieut, of Lancashire, 1855 8, 
in which latter year he was appointed Lord Lieut, of Derbyshire. Has been 
Chancellor of the University of Cambridge since 1861 ; is High Steward of 
the boroughs of Derby and Cambridge ; a Magistrate for Lancashire and 
Sussex, and President of Owen's College, Manchester : married (1829) Lady 
Blanche Georgiana Howard, 4th daughter of the 6th Earl of Carlisle, K.G., 
(this lady died, 1840), and has issue, living, 

ons, Spencer Compton, Marquess of Harrington, P.C. M.P. LL.D.; 6.1833; was educated 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. 1852, M.A. 1854, Hon. LL.D. 186-2) ; wa* attached to 
Earl Grariville's Special Embassy to Russia, 1856, and proceeded to St. Petersburg on the 
occasion of the Coronation of Alexander II. 1857; was a Lord of the Admiralty (March 
to April) 1863; Under Secretary for the War Department, 18636; Secretary of State 
for War (Jan. to July) 1866, Postmaster-General, 186870, and Chief Secretary for Ire- 
land, 1870 4 ; Captain in the Duke of Lancaster's Own Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry, 
185273. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Derbyshire and Lancashire, and Hon. 
Col. of the 2nd Derbyshire Militia. Sat as M.P. for North Lancashire 185768, when 
he was an unsuccessful candidate; hns sat as M.P. for New Radnor (L.) since 1869. 
Elected Leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, Feb. 1875. Clubs, Re- 
form , Brooks' s, Travellers' . 
Frederick Charles, M.P. 6, 1836, m. 1864 Edward, b. 1838, m. 1805. 

Daughter, Louisa, b, 1835, m. ]865, (Egerton). 
Brother living,* George Henry, M.P. b. 1810, m. 1835. 



* Raised in 1858 to the rank and precedence of Dukes' younger children. 



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Patron of forty livings, Hartington, V. Hathersage, V. Bradborne, V. South 
Wingneld, V. Youlgreave, V. Ault Hiicknall, V. Biggin, V. Staveley, R. Baslow, V. 
Pentrich, V. Peak Forest, V. Upper Langwith, R. Heath, V. Edensor, D. Marston-up- 
Dove, V. Buxton, V. Beeley, V. Earl Sterndale, V. Blackwell, V. Doveridge, V. Der- 
went, V. ScarcliflFe, V. Derbyshire; Arnold, V. Beeston, V. Suttoa-m-Aslifield, V. 
Nottinghamshiie; Brindle, R. Cartmel, V. Flookburgh, V. Field Broughton, V. Lan- 
cashire; Martinsthorpe, R. Rutland; Bolton Abbey, V- Keighley, R. Yorkshire; Barrow- 
by, R. Lincolnshire; Rye, V. Wilmington, V. Jevington, R. Westham, V. West Dean, 
R. Sussex; (with M. M. Middleton, Esq.) All Saints, R. Sawtry, Huntingdonshire; (with 
the Duke of Buckingham) Eyam, R. Derbyshire. 

Creations, Baron Cavendish, ot'Harciwick, 1 603, Earl of Devonshire, 1618, Marquess 
of Hartington and Duke of Devonshire, 1694, all in the peerage of England, Earl of Bur- 
lington and Baron Cavendish, of Heighley, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1831. 

^rma, Sable : three bucks' heads cabossed, argent. Crest, A serpent nowed, proper. 
Supporters, Two bucks, proper, lach wreathed round the neck with a chaplet of roses, 
alternately, argent and azure. 

Seats, Chatsworthand Hardwicke-hall, Derbyshire? Compton-place, Eastbourne, Sus- 
sex; Bolton-abbey, Yorkshire; Holkar-hall, Westmoreland; Lismore-castle, Waterford. 

Town Residence, Devonshire-house, 78, Piccadilly, W. Clubs, Athenaeum, Oxford 
and Cambridge. 

DEVONSHIRE, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor in the Earldom of 

Burlington was his grandfather, George Augustus Henry, 1st Earl of Burlington and 1st 
Baron Cavendish. He was b. March 31, 1754 : m. Feb. 27, 1782, Elizabeth, daughter and 
heiress of Charles, 7th Earl of Northampton (sbe d. 1835) ; and d. May 9, 1834, having had 
issue four sons and two daughters. His Grace's predecessor in the dukedom of Devon- 
shire was his cousin, William Spencer, K.G. P.C. D.C.L. 6th Duke of Devonshire and Baron 
Clifford. He was b. May 21, 1790, and succeeded his father, July 29, 1811 : was Lord Lieut, 
of Derbyshire, and High Steward of the Borough of Derby; d. unmarried Jan. 17, 1858, 
when the Barony of Clifford fell into abeyance between his sisters and co-heiresses, the 
Dukedom falling to the present Peer. 



DXGBY, BARON. (DIGBY.) 

EDWARD ST. VINCENT DIGBY, 9th 
Baron, son of Sir Henry Digby, G.C.B. an 
Admiral in the Royal Navy, and Com- 
mander- in- Chief at Sheerness. Born June 
21st, 1809 ; succeeded his cousin, Edward, 
in 1856; was educated at Harrow; was 
sometime Lieut, in the 9th Lancers ; 
appointed Capt. Dorsetshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry 1858, and was Lieut. -Col. Com- 
mandant of that Corps 1866 70 : married 
(1837) Lady Theresa Anne Maria Fox 
Strangways, who died 1 874, eldest 
From God, not Fortune. daughter of the 3rd Earl of Ilchester, and 

has issue, living, 

Sons, Edward Henry Trafalgar, b. 1846 ; appointed Ensign and Lieut. Coldstream Guards, 
1866, Lieut, and Capt. 1868, an Instructor of Musketry, 1869, and Adjutant, 1874. Resi- 
dence, 39, Belgrave-square. 

Almarus Kenelm, b. 1850. Everard Charles, b. 1852. Gerald Fitzmaurice.A. 1858, R.N. 
Daughters, Victoria Alexandrina, b. 1840, m. 1865, (Marker). Leonora Caroline 

*. 1844, m. 1864, the 4th Baron Ashburton. Mary Theresa, b. 1848. 
Brother living, The Rev. Kenelm Henry, b. 1811, m. 1835. 

Sinter lining, Jane Elizabeth, b. 1807, m. 1st, 1824, the 1st Earl of Ellenborough, which 
marriage was dissolved 1830 ; 2ndly, 1832, Charles Theodore Heribert, Baron Venningen, 
of Bavaria. 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Creations, Baron Digby of Geashill, in the peerage of Ireland, 1620, Baron Digby of 
Sherborne, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1/65. 

2[rni8, Azure : a fleur-de-lis, or. (Ere3t, An ostrich with a horse-shoe in its beak, 
all proper. Supporters, Two monkeys proper, environed round the loins, and lined, or. 

Seats, Minterne- house, Cerne Abbas, Dorsetshire; Geashill, King's County, Ireland, 

Town Residence, 39, Belgrave-square, S.W. 

DIGBY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, Edward, 2nd 
Earl and 8th Baron Digby, who was b. Jan. 6, 1773 ; and succeeded his father as Earl and 
Baron, Sep. 25, 1793 ; his lordship, who was Lord Lieut, of Dorsetshire, d. unmarried May 12 
1356, and the Earldom, (created in 1790), became extinct, the Barony falling to the 
present Peer. 

Dillon, family name of Baron Clonbrock. 




While I breathe I hope. 



DILLON, VISCOUNT. (LEE-DILLON.) 

THEOBALD DOMINICK GEOFFREY LEE- 
DILLON, 15th Viscount, in the peerage of 
Ireland, son of Henry Augustus, 13th 
Viscount. Born 1811 ; succeeded his 
brother in 1865; is a Dep. Lieut, for (co.) 
Mayo ; formerly Lieut, in the 60th Rifles : 
married (1856) Sarah Augusta, daughter 
of the late Alexander Hanna, Esq. 

Brothers living, Arthur Edmund Dennis, b. 1812, 
h t-ii presumptive, educated at Oxford University 
{B.A. 18 ); is a Dep. Lieut, for co. Mayo: 
m. 1843, Ellen, daughter of the late J. Adderley, 
Esq. and has with other issue, Harold Arthur, 
b. 18 , m. 18 . Residence, 
Gerald Normanby FITZ-GIBBON, 6.1832, m. 
1847. 

Sisters living, Henrietta Maria, b. 1808, m. 1826, the 2nd Baron Stanley of Alderley 
Margaret Frances Florence, b. 1816, m. 1838, (Hamilton). Louisa Anne Rose, b. 1825, 
TO. 1847, (Ponsonby-Fane). Helena Matilda, b. 1827, TO. 1858, (Story). 
Patron of two livings, Church Enstone, R. and Kiddington, R. Oxfordshire. 
Creation, Viscount Dillon, of Costello Gallen, in the peerage of Ireland, 1622. 
3rmg,~-Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, a fesse between three crescents, sable, Lee', 
2nd and 3rd, argent, a lion rampant, between three crescents, each with an estoile between 
the horns, gules, over all a fesse, azure, Dillon. Crest, 1st, out of a marquess's coronet 
proper, a column argent, rimmed, or, thereon an eagle close, argent, preying 011 an eagle's 
claw, or, erased at the thigh, gules, Lee ; 2nd, demi-lion, gules, holding in his paws an 
estoile, argent, Dillon. Supporters. Two angels proper, vested argent, the dexter having * 
sash over the shoulder, azure, and each holding in. the exterior hand a palm branch, vert. 
Seats, Ditchley, Oxfordshire; and Lough Glyn, (co.) Roscommon, Ireland. 
Club, Travellers ' . 

DILLON, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Charles 
Henry, 1 4th Viscount Dillon. He was b. April 20, 1810, and succeeded his father July 24, 
1832: m. 1833, Lydia Sophia, daughter of Philip Laycock Story, Esq. and d. Nov. 18, 1865, 
having had issue two daughters. 

DILLON, LYDIA SOPHIA, Viscountess, daughter of Philip Laycock 
Story, Esq. : m. 1833, the 14th Viscount Dillon, who d. 1865. 
Residence, 49, Grosvenor Place, S.W. 



Dingwall, Baron, title borne by Earl Cowper, 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 153 

Dirleton, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Kellie. 
Doncaster, Earl of, title of the Duke of Buccleuch on Roll of H. L. 



DOftEGALL, MARQUESS OF. (CHICHESTER.) Sits as BARON 
FISHERWICK. 

GEORGE HAMILTON CHICHESTER, K.P. 
G.C.H. P.C. F.R.S., 3rd Marquess, Lord 
Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum of Antrim. 
Born Feb. 8th, 1797 ; succeeded his 
father in 1 844 ; educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; entered the 7th 
Hussars, 1815, became Lieut. 1818, Capt. 
1822, retired 1829 ; was M.P. for Carrick- 
fergus, 181820, Belfast, 182030, and 

_ _ _ Antrim, 1830 7 ; was Vice Chamberlain 

Honour follows, though unsought for. of the Household, 18314, and Capt. of 

the Yeomen of the Guard, 184852; 

appointed Col. of the Queen's Own Rifles, 1840, and of the Antrim Militia, 
1841, and in 1860 Capt. Commandant and Lieut. -Col. of the London Irish 
Volunteers ; is a Magistrate for Middlesex, Berkshire, Donegal and Down, 
and a Knight Commander of the Legion of Honour : married (1822) Lady 
Harriet Anne Butler, eldest daughter of the 1st Earl of Glengall (this lady 
died, 1860), and has issue, living, 

Daughter, Harriet Augusta Anne Seyraourina, b. 1836, m. 1857, Lord Ashley, eldest son 
of the Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1862), Harriet, daughter of Sir Bellingham 
Graham, 7th Bart, and widow of Gen. Sir F. Ashworth, K.C.B. 

Brothers lining,-* The Very Rev. Edward, heir presumptive, b, 1799; was educated at 
Eton, and at Dublin University; has been Dean of Raphoe since 1832 : m. 1821, Amelia 
Spread Deatie, daughter of Henry Deane O'Grady,Esq. of Lodge, Limerick, and has, 
with other issue, George Augustus Hamilton, b. 1822; m 1st, 1859, and 2ndly, 1865, 
Mary Ann Williams, daughter ot E. Cobb, Esq., of Kensington, and ot Arnold, Kent. 
Residence, The Deanery, Raphoe, Ireland. 
Stephen Algernon, b. 1814, m. 1843. 

Creations, Baron Chichester of Belfast, and Virount Chichester of Carrickfercns, 
16-25, Earl ot Donegal!, 16:17, Marquess or Donegall and Earl of Belfast, all in the peerage 
of Ireland, 1791, Baron Fisherwick, in the peerage of Great Britain, i;yo Baron Eimbh- 
owen and Carrickfergus, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1841. 




Quarterly : 1st and 4th, cheeky, or and gules, a chief vaire, Chichester ; 2nd and 
3rd, azure, fretty, argent. (Trrst.^-A stork, with a snake in its bill, proper, ^upporterg, 
Two wolves, gules, ducally collared and chained, or. 

Serifs, Hayes-park, (co.) Down; Fisherwick, (co.) Antrim; The Castle, Belfast, 
Ireland. Hamsted Marshall, Newbury, Berkshire. 

Town Residence, 22, Grosvenor.square, W. C7a6s, Brooks's, White's, United 

Service. 



DONEGAL!, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father 

Beorge Augustus, K.P. 2nd Marquess of Donecfall. who was A. Aug. 13, }?&) succeeded 

ft J c an '^' '799J was Lor(l 1-ient. of Done-gall; m.Aug. 8, "1795, Anne, daughter 

f the late Sir Edward May, Bart, and d. Oct. 5, 1844, having issue, seven sons. Her 

ladyship a. in 1849. 



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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



DONERAILE, VISCOUNT. (Si.- LEGER.) 

HATES ST. LEGER, 4th Viscount, in 
the peerage of Ireland, a Representative 
Peer for Ireland. Born Oct. 1st, 181K; 
succeeded his father in 1854 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford ; is 
aDep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for co. Cork, 
and Hon. Col. North Cork Militia : mar- 
ried (1851) Mary Anne Grace Louisa, only 
daughter of the late George Lenox-Conyng- 
ham, Esq. and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Ursula Clare Emily, 6. 1853, m, 18/4, 

(Fitz- Patrick). 
Heir presumptive, His cousin, Richard Arthur 

St. Leger, son of the late Rev. Richard Arthur 
Is a Chief Clerk of the Paymaster General's office, Whitehall. Re- 




Great and good 



St. Leger; b. 1825. 

sidence, 13, South Square, Gray's Inn. 

Creation, Baron Doneraile, 1/76, and Viscount Doneraile, 1785, in the peerage of 
Ireland. 

9rnrs, Azure: fretty argent, and a chief, or. (EttSt, A griffin passant, or. Supporters 
Two griffins, or, wings elevated, azure, fretty argent. 

Seat, Doneraile-court, Doneraile, (co.) Cork, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 33, Grosvenor-street, W. 
s, Carlton, Arthur's, White's. 



DONEEAILE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Hayes, 
3rd Viscount Doneraile, who was b. May 9, 1786, and succeeded his father, Nov. 8, 18]} ; 
was a Representative Peer of Ireland, and Colonel of the South Cork Militia : his lordshiji 
TO. June 14, 18l6, Charlotte Esther, daughter of the 1st Earl of Bandon, (she d. 1846) : and 
d. March 27, 1854, having issue, an only son. 



DONOUGHMORE, EARL OF. (HELY-HUTCHINSON.) 
Sits as VISCOUNT HUTCHINSON. 

JOHN LUKE GEORGE HELY-HUTCHINSON, 
5th Earl. Born March 2nd, ,1848; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1866; was educated 
at Eton, and at Balliol College, Oxford; 
is a Magistrate for co. Tipperary : mar- 
ried (1874) Miss F. T. Stephens, daughter 
of Col. Stephens, Hon. E.I.C.S., and has 
issue, living, 

Son, Richard Walter John, b. 1875. 
Brothers living, Walter Francis, b. 184Q. 

Patrick Maurice, R. N., b. 1855. William 

Granville, b. 1858. 
He bravely bears the cross. ^.^ lMng _ Mary Sophia> b 1853 ._ Mar&are t 

Frances, b. 1857. 

Creations, Baron Donoughmore, 1783, Viscount Donoughmore, 1797, Viscount 
Suirdale and Earl Donoughmore, 1800, all in the peerage of Ireland ; Viscount Hutchinson, 
in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1821. 




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Srms, Quarterly of four: 1st, per pale, gules, and azure, a lion rampant, between 
eight cross crosslets, argent, Hutchinsnn ; 2nd, azure, a fesse, argent, between three 
bucks' heads, erased, of the 2nd in chief, and in base a demi-lion rampant, or; 3rd, azure, a 
garb, or, between three griffins' heads erased, argent ; 4th, as the 1st. Crest, Out of a 
ducal coronet, a demi-cockatrice, wings elevated, azure. Supporters, Two cockatrices, 
wings elevated, or, collared, sable, combs and wattles, gules, and charged on the breast 
with a wreath of laurel, vert. 

Seats, Knocklofty -house, Clonmel, co. Tipperary, Ireland. Club, Carlton. 

DONOTJGHMORE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Richard John, 4th Earl of Donoughmore, P.C. F.R.S. F.R.G S. He was b. April 4, 1823 
and succeeded his father Sept. 14th, 1851 ; was Vice-President and President of the Board 
of Trade, 18589, Col. of the Soijth Tipperary Militia Artillery, and Senior Grand Warden 
of the Freemasons in Ireland : m. 1847, Thomasina Jocelyn, eldest daughter and co-heiress 
of Walter Steele, Esq. of Monalty, and d. Feb. 22, 1866, having had issue five sons and 
two daughters. 

DONOUGHMORE, Dowager Countess of, THOMASINA JOCELYN, daughter 
of Walter Steele, Esq. of Monalty : m. 1847, the 4th Earl of Donough- 
more, who d. 1866. 
Residences, 52, South Audley Street, W. 



DORCHESTER, BARON. (CARLETON.) 

DUDLEY WILMOT CARLETON, 4th Baron, 
son of the late Rev. Richard Carleton, by 
Frances Louisa, 2nd daughter of Eusebius 
Horton, Esq., of Catton Hall, Derbyshire. 
Born 1822 ; succeeded his cousin 1875. 
Appointed Knsign and Lieut. Coldstream 
Guards 1841, Lieut, and Capt. 1847, Major 
1854, Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1854, and Col. 
1862; retired on half-pay 1868. Served 
in the Crimean War, at the battles of 
Balaclava, Inkermann, and at the siege 
Formerly we cohered with these and fa]1 Qf Sebastopol . has the Crimean 

medal and three clasps, the order of the 

Medjidie, and the Turkish war medal : married (1854) the Hon. Charlotte 
Hobhouse, daughter of the 1st Baron Broughton (title extinct). 
Patron of one living, Natelv Scures, R. Hampshire. 

Creation, Baron Dorchester of Dorchester, in the county of Oxford, in the peerage 
of Great Britain, 1786. 

firms, Ermine : on a bend sable, three pheons, argent. (Trfst, A dexter arm embowed, 
and naked tr> the elbow, proper ; vested above the elbow, gules, edged argent ; the hand 
graspin-r an arrow in bend sinister, point downwards, proper. Supporters, Two beavers, 
proper, the dexter gorged with a mural, and the sinister with a naval crown, or. 

Seats, Greywell, Odiham, Hampshire ; Glenelly-lodge, (co.) Tyrone, Ireland. 
Town Residence 42, Berkeley Square, W. 

DORCHESTER, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Guy, 
3rd Baron, son of the Hon. Lieut.-Col. George, who was 4th son of the 1st Baron Dor- 
Chester. He was b. Oct. 25, 1811, and succeeded his cousin in 1826; educated at Staple- 
hurst; was formerly in the /th Hussars: m. 1837, Anne, who d. 186l, daughter of T. 
Wauchope, Esq., and d. 1875, leaving issue two daughters. 




DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




DORMER, BARON. (DORMER.) 

JOHN BAPTISTE JOSEPH DORMER, 12th 
Baron, and a Baronet. Born May 22nd, 
1830; succeeded his father in 1871. Edu- 
cated at Oscott Roman Catholic College. 
Entered the Royal Horse Guards as 
Cornet 1850, promoted to Lieut. 1854, and 
Capt. 1855, Served with the Grenadier 
Guards in the Crimea ; became Capt. 74th 
Highlanders 1858, and served with that re- 
giment in India. Appointed Chief In- 
What God wills I will. spector of Musketry at Madras 1862, and 

Capt. Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry 

1867. Was Aide-de-Camp to the Duke of Abercorn, K.G., when Lord Lieut. 

of Ireland, 1866 68. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Warwickshire. 

Married 1st (1866), Louisa, who died 1868, eldest daughter of Col. 

Edward King Tenison, of Kilronan Castle, co. Roscommon, and has issue, 

living, 

Daughter, Louisa Florence Edith. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1871), La Comtesse Alfred de Bueren 

(nee Fortamps). 

Brothers living, James Charlemagne, heir presumptive, b. 1834. Educated at St. Mary's 
Catholic College, Oscott. Entered the Army 1853, became Lieut. 13th Light Infantry 
1854, Adjt. 1855, Capt. and Major 1859, Lieut.-Col. 1870, and Col. 1875; placed on half-pay 
1861. Served in the Crimea as Adjutant to his regiment, and was at the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tchernaya ; has the Crimean medal and clasp, and the 
Turkish War medal. Served throughout the Indian Mutiny, including the relief of 
Azimghur and campaign in Gorruckpore 1858. Was Aide-de-Camp to Lord Clyde 
1858 60, and was present during the Oude and Trans, Gogra campaign 1858; has the 
Indian Mutiny medal. Proceeded to China 1863, as Assistant Adjutant-General to the 
expeditionary force, and was present throughout the campaign, including the capture 
of the Taku Forts, and advance on and entry to Pekin ; has medal and clasps for China. 
Is Assistant Quartermaster General at Dover, and a Magistrate for counties Dumfries 
and Kirkcudbright: TO. 1861, Ella Frances Catherine, only daughter of Sir Archibald 
Alison, 1st Bart, and relict of Robert Cutlar Fergusson, Esq. of Craigdarroch, N. B. 
Residence, 6, Prince of Wales's Terrace, Kensington. 
Hubert Francis, 6. 1837, * 1865. 

Sister living, Mary Isabel Lucy (a nun), b. 1842. 

Creation, Baron Dormer of Wenge, in the peerage of England, 1615. A Baronet, 

1615. 

STrms, Azure: ten billets, four, three, two, and one, or ; on a chief of the second, a 
demi-lion issuaut, sable. Crest, A falcon, wings displayed and inverted, argent, beaked, 
membered, and belled, or, standing on a right hand glove, proper. Supporters, Two falcons, 
wings displayed and inverted, argent, beaked, membered, and belled, or. 

Seats, Grove-park, near Warwick ; Peterley-house, Buckinghamshire. 

Club, Travellers'. 

DORMER, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Joseph 
Thaddeus, 1 1th Baron Dormer, son of Gen. John Dormer, of the Austrian Service, and 
brother of Charles, 8th Baron. Born June lst t 1790 ; succeeded his cousin 1826. Was a 
Dep. Lieut, of Warwickshire : m. 1829, Elizabeth Anna, eldest daughter of Sir Joseph 
Henry Tichborne, 8th Bart.; and d. 1871, leaving issue three sons and one daughter. 

DORMER, Baroness, ELIZABETH ANNA, eldest daughter of Sir Joseph 
Henry Tichborne, 8th Bart.: m. 1829, the llth Baron Dormer, who 
d. 1871. 
Residence, -6, Chapel Street, Grosvenor Square, W. 



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Douglas, Marquess of, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 
,, family name of the Earl of Morton. 

,, ,, ,, Marquess of Queensberry. 

,, ,, ,, Earl of Selkirk. 

,, of Douglas, Baron, title of the Earl of Home on Roll of H.L. 

,) of Kinmont, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Bucclench. 

,, (Douglas-Hamilton), family name of the Duke of Hamilton. 

(Douglas-Compton), surname of the Marquess of North- 
ampton. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Queensberry. 
,, (Watson-Douglas), family name of the Earl of Morton. 

Douglas-Scott, (Montagu-Douglas-Scott,) family name of the Duke 
of Buccleuch. 

Douglas-Pennant, family name of Baron Penrhyn. 
Doune, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Moray. 

Douro, Baron and Marquess of, titles borne by the Duke of 
Wellington. 

Dover, Baron, title borne by Viscount Clifden. 

DOWNE, VISCOUNT. (DAWNAY.) 

HUGH KICHARD DAWNAY, 8th Viscount, 
in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet, 
Born July 20th, 1844; succeeded his 
father in 1857 ; was educated at Eton and 
at Christ Church, Oxford; appointed 
Cornet in the 2nd Life Guards, 3865, 
Lieut. 1869, and Capt. 1873; and Capt. 
in the Yorkshire Hussars (Princess of 
Wales' Own) Yeomanry Cavalry, 1867 : 
married (1869) Lady Cecilia Maria Char- 
lotte Molyneux, daughter of the 3rd Earl 
He fears shame. of Sefton, and has issue, living, 

Son, John, b. 1872. 

Daughters, Beryl, b. 1873. Another, b. 1874. Another, b. 1875. 
Brothers lining, Lewis Payn, b. 1846. Guy Cuthbert, b. 1848. Eustace Henry, b. 1850. 

William Frederick, b. 1851, m. 1875. Geoffrey Nicholas, b. 1852. Francis Herbert, 

*. 1853. 

Sisters lining, Alice Isabel, b. 1855. Edith Mary, b. 1856. 

Creation, Viscount Downe, in the peerage of Ireland, 1680. A Baronet, 1642. 




158 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Patron of eight livings, Danby, V. Hensallcum Jleck, V. Cowick, V. Polli"ngton, V. 
Sessay, R. Ashwell, R. Rutland. North Witham, R. Lincolnshire. With Sir 1). Cayley', 
Bart. Thormanby, R. Yorkshire. 



, Argent : on a bend cottised, sable, three annulets of the field. Crest, A demi- 
Saracen, in armour, proper, wreathed about the temples, holding in the right hand, a ring. 
gold, set with a stone, azure, and in the left a lion's jamb, erased, or. Supporters, Two 
lions, or, ducally crowned, argent, each gorged with a collar between two cottises, sable, 
the collar charged with three annulets, argent. 

Seats, Danby- lodge, Yarm; and Norton Conyers, Ripon, Yorkshire. 
Town Residence, 41, South-street, Park-lane, W. 
Clubs Carlton, White's. 



DOWNE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
Henry, 7th Viscount Downe. He was b. May 15, 1812, and succeeded his father May 23, 
1846 : m. July 25, 1843, Mary Isabel, daughter of the Hon. and Right Rev. Richard Bagot, 
D.D. Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells; and d, Jan. 26, 1857, having had issue, eight sons 
and.two daughters. Her ladyship m. 2ndly, 1863, Sidney L. Lane, Esq. 

DOWNE, MART ISABEL, Viscountess, daughter of the Eight Rev. Richard 
Bagot, D.D. Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells; m. 1st, 1843, the 7th 
Viscount Downe, who d. 1857 : 2ndly, 1863, Sidney Leveson Lane, Esq. 
Residences, 8, Belgrave-square, S.W. ; Baldersby-park, Thirsk. 



DOWNSHIRE, MARQUESS OF. (HILL.) Sits as EARL OF 
HILLSBOROUGH. 

ARTHUR WILLS JOHN WELLINGTON 
BLTJNDELL TRUMBULL HILL, 6th Marquess. 
Born July 2nd, 1871 ; succeeded his 
father 1874. Is Hereditary Constable of 
Hillsborough Fort. 

Heir presumptive, His uncle, Lord Arthur 
William, b. 1846; was sometime Cornet in the 
2nd Life Guards ; appointed Cornet Denbigh 
Yeomanry Cavalry 1869: m. 1873, Annie 
Nisider Denham, who d. 1874, daughter of 
By God and my sword I have Lieut.-Col. Cookes. C^,-Junior Carlton. 

obtained. Patron of two livings, Hampstead Norris, V. 

Hermitage, V. Berkshire. 

Creations, Baron Hill and Viscount Hillsborough, 1717, Viscount Kilwarlin and Earl 
of Hillsborough, 1751, Marquess of Downshire, 1789. all in the peerage of Ireland; Baron 
Harwich, 1756, and Viscount Fairford and Earl of Hillsborough, 1772, in the peerage 
of Great Britain. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st, sable, on a fesse argent, between three leopards passant 
guardant, or, spotted of the field, as many escallops, gules. Hill ; 2nd, per bend sinister, 
ermine and ermines, a lion rampant, or, Trevor ; 3rd, gules, a quatrefoil, or, Rowe ; 4th, 
argent, a chevron, azure, between three trefoils slipped, per pale, gules and vert, Rowe. 
(Erest, A reindeer's head couped at the neck gules, attired and plain collared, or. 
Supporters, Dexter, a leopard, or, spotted sable, ducally collared and chained, gules ; 
sinister, a reindeer, gules, attired, unguled, and plain collared, or. 

Seats, East Hampstead-park, Wokinghara, Berkshire; and Hillsborough-castle 
Hillsborough, co. Down, Ireland. 




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DOWNSHIRE, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Arthur Wills Blundell Trumbull Sandys Roden, 5th Marquess of Downshire. He was 
b. Dec. 24, 1844, and succeeded his father 1868. Entered the 1st Life Guards as Cornet and 
Sub-Lieut. 1866, became Lieut. 186/, retired 1868. Was Capt. of the South Downshire 
Militia, Cornet West Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry, Hereditary Constable of Hillsborough 
Fort, and a Magistrate for co. Down : m. 18/0, Georgiana, daughter on John and Lady 
Georgiana Ball'our, of Balbirnie, Fifeshire; and d. March 30, 1874, leaving issue one son. 

DOWNSHIRE, Marchioness of, GEORGIANA, daughter of John and Lady 
Georgiana Balfour, of Balbirnie, Fifeshire : m. 1870, the 5th Marquess of 
Downshire, who d. 1874. 
Residence, 24, Belgrave-square, S.W. 

DOWNSHIRE, Dowager Marchioness of, CAROLINE FRANCES STAPLETON- 
COTTON, eldest daughter of Field Marshal the 1st Viscount Combermere, 
G.C.B., K.S.I. : m. 1837, the 4th Marquess of Downshire, who d. 1868. 
Residences, Wakehurst-place, Hayward's-heath, Sussex; 24, Belgrave-square, S.W. 

DROGHEDA, MARQUESS OF. (MOORE.) Sits as BARON MOORE. 

HENRY FRANCIS SEYMOUR MOORE, K.P. 
P.C. for Ireland, 3rd Marquess, 8th 
Earl, in the peerage of Ireland, son of 
Lord Henry Seymour Moore, who was 
brother of the 2nd Marquess. Born Aug. 
14th, 1825; succeeded his uncle in 1837; 
educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, 
Dublin; has been Lieut.-Col. of the KU- 
dare Militia Rifles since 1861 ; is Lieut, 
and Vice-Admiral of the Province of 

Leinster, a Magistrate and Dep. Lieut, for 

A brave man may fall, but Kildare and Queen's County, and Ranger 

cannot yield. of the Curragh of Kildare : married 

(1874) the Hon. Mary Caroline Stuart- 
Wortley, eldest daughter of the 2nd Baron Wharncliffe. 

Heir presumptive to the Earldom only, Ponsonby William Moore, Esq. son of the late 
Ponsonby Arthur Moore, Esq., (who was grandson of the Hon. Ponsonby Moore, 
brother of the 1st Marquess), by Augusta Sophia, daughter of Gen. the Hon. William 
Henry Gardner. B. 1846. Residence, Ballyhale, (co.) Kilkenny, Ireland. 

Creations, Baron Moore, of Mellefont, 1616, Viscount Moore of Drogheda, 1621, 
Earl of Drogheda, 1661, Marquess of Drogheda, 1/91, all in the peerage of Ireland. 
Baron Moore, of Moore-place, Kent, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1801. 

3rtns, Azure : on a chief indented, or, three mullets pierced, gules. Crest, Out of a 
ducal coronet, or, a Moor's head in profile, proper, wreathed round the temples, argent 
and azure. Supporters, Two greyhounds, argent. 

Seat, Moore-abbey, Monasterevan, (co.) Kildare, Ireland. 
C/M&S, Carlton, Travellers', White's. 

DROGHEDA, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, 
Charles Edward, 2nd Marquess and 7th Earl of Drogheda. He was b. Aug. 23, 1770, suc- 
ceeded his father, Dec. 22, 1821, and d. unmarried, Feb. 6, 1837. 

Drumlanrig, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Buccleuch. 

,, Viscount, son of the Marquess of Queensberry. (see 

Queensberry.) 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Drummond, Baron, title borne by Viscount Strathallan. 

,, Lord, grandson of the Earl of Perth and Melfort. (see 

Perth and Melfort.) 

family name of the Earl of Perth and Melfort. 

,, ,, ,, Viscount Strathallan. 

,, (Heathcote-Drummond-Willoug'hby), surname of the 
Baroness Willoughby De Eresby, and of Baron Aveland. 

Dublin, Earl of, title borne by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 




DUCIE, EARL OF. (REYNOLDS-MORETON.) 

HENRY. JOHN REYNOLDS-MORETON, P.C. 
F.R.S. 3rd Earl, and 6th Baron, Lord 
Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum of Glouces- 
tershire. Born June 25th, 1827; succeeded 
his father in 1853 ; was educated at Eton ; 
was M.P. for Stroud, 1852-3, and Capt. of 
the Yeomen of the Guard, 1859 66; 
appointed Hon. Col. of the 1st Administra- 
tive Battalion of the Gloucestershire Rifle 
Volunteer Corps, 1868; is a Magistrate 
for Oxfordshire, and Chairman of the 
By perseverance. National Rifle Association: married (1849) 

his cousin Julia, daughter of the late 

James Haughton Langston, Esq. M.P., and has issue, living, 

Son, Henry Haughton Reynolds, Lord Moreton, b. 1857. 

Daughter, Constance Emily, b. 1850, m. 1874 (Shaw-Lefvre). 

Brothers living, Algernon Thomas, b. 182Q, m. 1857. Berkeley Basil, b. 1834, m. 1862. 
Reynolds, R.N. b. 1835, TO. I860. Wyndham Percy, d. 1839. Seymour, b. 1841. Richard 
Charles, b. 1846. Matthew Henry, b. 1847- 

Sisters living, Alice, b. 1843, TO. 1865, Lieut.-Col. Sir Henry M. Havelock, V.C. C.B. Bart. 
Eleanor, b. 1844, m. 1868, (Brodie.) Evelyn, *. 184Q. 

Patron of three livings, Wickwar, R. Tortworth, R. Gloucestershire. Sarsden, V. 
Oxfordshire. 

Creations, Baron Dncie, 1763, and Earl of Ducie and Baron Moreton, 1827, in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom. 

&rms, Quarterly- 1st and 4th, argent, a chevron, gules, between three square buckles, 
sable, Moreton; 2nd and 3rd, or, two lions passant guardant, gules, Reynolds. Crest, 
A moor-cock's head, or, between two wings displayed, azure. Supporters, Two unicorns, 
argent, armed, unguled, maned, and tufted, gold, each gorged with a ducal coronet, per 
pale, or and gules. 

Seats, Tortworth-court, Falfield ; and Sarsden, Chipping Norton. 

Town Residence, 16, Portman-square, S.VV. 

Clubs Brooks's, Travellers', Athenaeum. 



DUCIE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Henry George 
Francis, 2nd Earl of Ducie. He was b. May 8, 1802, and succeeded his father, June 22, 
1840 : m. June 29, 1826, Elizabeth, daughter of the 2nd Baron Sherborne ; and d. June 2, 
1853, having had issue eleven sons and four daughters. Her ladyship d. March 15, 1865. 



DEBRETT 9 ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



161 




DUDLEY, EARL OF. (WARD.) 

WILLIAM WARD, 1st Earl (of the 2nd 
creation) and 11th Baron Ward. Born 
March 27th, 1817; succeeded to the 
Barony of Ward, on the death of his 
father, in 1836 ; educated at Eton, and 
Trinity College, Oxford; was Lieut. -Col. 
Commandant of the Worcestershire Yeo- 
manry Cavalry 1864 71, when he was 
made Hon. Col. ; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Worcestershire and Staffordshire, and 
Chairman of the Quarter Sessions of 
the former county: married 1st (1851), 
Selina Constance, eldest daughter of Hubert de Burgh, Esq. of West 
Drayton Manor, Middlesex, (this lady died, 1851) ; 2ndly (1865), Georgiana 
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, 7th Bart, and has issue, 
living, 
Sons, William Humble, Viscount Ednam, b. 186;. John Hubert, b. 18/0. Robert 

Arthur, b. 1871. Reginald, b. 1874. 
Daughter, Edith Amelia, b. 1872. 

Sister living, Julia Susannah, b. 1818, m. 1842, the Right Rev. Thomas Legh Claughton, 
D.D., 97th Lord Bishop of Rochester, (see Bishops). 

Creations, Baron Ward of Birmingham, in the peerage of England, 1664, Earl of 
Dudley and Viscount Ednam, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, I860. 

[John William, 4th Viscount Dudley and Ward, and 9th Baron Ward, was, in 1827, 
created Earl Dudley of Dudley- castle ; but on his decease, in 1833, both the Viscountcy 
arid Earldom became extinct.] 

Patron of thirteen livings, Old Swinford, R. Kidderminster, V. Great Witley, R. 
St. John's, V. Stourbridge. shelstey Walsh, R. Shelsley Beaucliamp, R. Holt, K. St. 
Thomas, V. Dudley, Worcestershire. Kinsrswinford, R. Himley, R. St. Mary's, V. 
Kingswinfonf, R. with Pensnett, V. Serigley, V. Staffordshire. 

firms, Cheeky, or and azure : a bend, ermine, (freat, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a 
lion's head, azure. Supporters, Two angels, proper, habited, azure, wings displayed and 
inverted, or. 

Seats, Witley-court, Stourport, Worcestershire, Himley-hall, Dudley, Stafford slii re ; 
Crogen, Corwen, Merionethshire. Town [and chief] Residence, Dudley-house, Park- 
lane, W. C7M5>s, Carlton, White's. 

DUDLEY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, the Rev. 
William Humble, 10th Baron Ward. He was b. Jan. 9, 1/81, and succeeded his cousin, 
March 5, 1833; m. May 22, 1815, Amelia, daughter of William Gooch Pillans, Esq. of 
Breacondale ; and d. Dec. 6, 1836, having had issue two sons and three daughters. 

Duff, family name of the Earl of Fife. 

DUFFERIN, EARL OF. (HAMILTON-BLACKWOOP.) 

FREDERICK TEMPLE HAMILTON- BLACK - 
WOOD, K.P. P.C. K.C.B. 1st Earl and 
a Baronet, Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotu- 
lorum of (co.) Down. Born June 21, 
1826; succeeded his father in 1841 ; w.-is 
educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford; was a Lord in Waiting to the 
Queen, 184852, and 18548; I Id- 
Majesty's Commissioner in Syria, 1860 1 ; 
Under Secretary for India, 1804 6, for 

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162 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



of Lancaster, 1868 72, when he was appointed Governor General of the 
Dominion of Canada, and Commander-in-Chief of Prince Edward Island; 
was President of the Social Science Congress at Belfast, 1867; is Hon. Col. 
North Down Militia: married (1882) Harriot, eldest daughter of the late 
Archibald Rowan Hamilton, Esq., of Killyleagh-castle, Down, and has 
issue, living, 

Sons, Archibald Temple, Viscount Clandeboye, ft. 186.3. Terence Temple, b 1866. 
Basil Gawaine Temple, b. 1870. Frederick Temple, b. 18/5. 

Daughters, Helen Hermione, b. 1865. Hermione Helen, b. 1 869 .Victoria Alexandrina, 
b. 1873. 

Creations, Baron Dufferin and Claneboye, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800; Baron 
Clandeboye, 1850, and Viscount Clandeboye and Earl of Dufferin, 187, in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1763. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, a fesse or, in chief a crescent, argent, between 
two mullets of the second, and in base a mascle voided of the third, Blaekwoud ; 2nd and 
3rd, gules, three cinquefoils pierced ermine ; on a chief, or, a lion passant, of the field, 
Hamilton, (Viscount Clandeboye). ffrest, 1st, on a cap of maintenance, gules, turned up, 
ermine, a crescent argent, Blackwood- 2nd, a demi -antelope affronte, ermine, attired and 
unguled, or, holding between his hoofs a heart, gules, Hamilton, (\iscount Claneboye}. 
Supporters, Dexter, a lion gules, gorged with a collar, flory counterflory, or ; sinister, an 
heraldic tiger ermine, collared as the dexter. 

Seat, Clandeboye, (co.) Down, Ireland. 

Official Residence,- Government House, Ottawa, Canada. 

Clubs, Brooks's, Travellers'. Athenaeum. 

DUFFERIN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Price, 
4th Baron Dufferin. He was b. May 6, 1794, and succeeded his father, Nov. 18, 1839; 
was a Capt. in the Navy; m. July 4, 1825, Helen Selina, daughter of the late Thomas 
Sheridan, Esq. and d. July 21, 1841, having had issue an only son. Her ladyship 
married, 2ndly, 1862, the Earl of Gifford, M.P. (son of the 8th Marquess Tweeddale) , who 
d. the same year; and d. 1867. 

DUFFUS, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 
Dumfries, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 
Dumfriesshire, Marquess of, title borne by the Duke of Buccleuch. 

DUNALLEY, BARON. (PRITTIB.) 

HENRY PRITTIE, 3rd Baron, in the 
peerage of Ireland. Born Jan. 1807 ; 
succeeded his uncle in 1854 : was edu- 
cated at Thorp-hall School, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
(co.) Tipperary and a Magistrate for 
King's County: married (1841) the Hon. 
Anna Maria Louisa O'Callaghan, only 
daughter of the 1st Viscount Lismore, (this 
lady died, 1867), and has issue, living, 

Son, Henry O'Callaghan, ft. 1851 ; educated at 
Harrow and at Trinity College (B.A., 1872); ap- 

Prepared for all things. pointed sub-Lieut. Rifle Brigade, 1872, and 

Lieut. 1874. 




DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



163 



Daughter, Cornelia. Elizabeth, b. 1850. 

Sisters living, Elizabeth Mary Martha, m. 1827, (Maude). Elizabeth Frances, b. 1814, 
m. 1838, (Bagwell). 

Creation, Baron Dunalley of Kilboy, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800. 

&nng, Per pale, argent and gules, three wolves' heads erased, or. Crest, A wolf's 
head erased, or. Supporters, Dexter, a man in armour, proper, holding a tilting spear in 
the right hand ; sinister, a stag, proper, attired, unguled, collared and chained, or. 

Seat, Kiiboy, Nenagh, (co.) Tipperary, Ireland. 



, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Henry, 
2 ul Baron Dunalley, b. March 3, 1775; succeeded his father, Jan. :*, 18 11 ; he was a 
Representative Peer of Ireland; m. 1st, July in, 1802, Maria, daughter of D. Trant, Esq. (she 
d. 1819); . 2iully, Feb. 10, i->21. Emily, daughter of the 1st Viscount Hawarden ; and 
d. Oct. 19, 1854, without issue rronf either marriage. 

DUN ALLEY, Baroness, EMILY, daughter of the 1st Viscount Hawarden : 
m. 1826, as his 2nd wife, the 2nd Baron Dunalley, who d. 1854. 
Residence, Monkstown, Dublin. 

Dunblane, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Leeds. 




The fear of the Lord is the fountain 
of life. 



DUNBOYNE, BARON. (BUTLER.) 

THEOBALD FITZ-WALTER BUTLER, 14th 
Baron, in the peerage of Ireland, a Re- 
presentative Peer for Ireland. Born Feb. 
llth, 1806 ; succeeded his father in 1850; 
was educated at Castle Dawson School ; 
is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for (co.) 
Clare: married (1832) Julia Celestina 
Maria, 2nd daughter of the late William 
Brander, Esq. of Morden-hall, Surrey, 
and has issue, living, 

Sons, James Fitz-Walter CLIFFORD-BUTLER, b. 
1839; was educated at Winchester; was ap- 
pointed Lieut. -Col. of the 2nd Battalion Mon 
mouth shire Rifle Volunteers, 1867; is a Dep. Lieut, of Monmouthshire; assumed the 
additional surname of Clifford on his marriage in I860 with Marion, daughter of Col. 
Henry Morgan Clifford, of Llantilio Crosseny, Monmouthshire. 
Theobald Fits-Walter, b. 1840. Robert St. John Fitz-Walter, b. 1844, m. 186g. 
Daughter, Julia Anne, b. 1834 

lirothers lining, St. John, b. 1808, m. 1st, 1832 : 2ndly. 1863. Henry BUTLER-JOHNSTONE, 
b. 1809, m. 1834. James, 4. 1810, m. 1836. Charles Lennox, b. 1813, m. 1st, 1835; 2ndly, 
1872. 

Creation, Baron of Dnnboyne, in the peerage of Ireland, 1541. 

Srms, Or: a chief indented, azure, and three escallops in bend, counterchanged. 
(Treat, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich feathers, and issuant therefrom 
a demi-falcon, rising, argent. S-uppovterg, Dexter, a lion guardant, argent; sinister, a 
horse, sable, mane, tail, and hoofs, or. 

Seat, Knoppogue-caatle, Ncwmarket-on-Fergus, (co.) Clare, Ireland. 
Clubs, Carlton, Kildare-strcet, (Dublin). 

DUNBOYNE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, James, 
Mth Baron Dnnboyne, who was b. July 25, 1789 ; was confirmed in the Barony (which had 
been sn outlawry, in the time of the 4th Baron), by Royal warrant, in 1827 ; 

m. 1st, Aug. 17, 1779, Kih'ii, daughter of D. O'Connoll, Esq. of Cork, she d. 1S17), having 
ons and a daughter 5 his lor.l^hip m. 2'idly, Mrs. Vaugh-.m, of Belle Hatch- 
lumse, Oxfordshire, (she d. 1S46) : and d. July, 6, 1850, without issue from last marriage. 



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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Dunhoyne, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Verulam. 

Duncan, Baron and Viscount, titles borne by the Earl of 
Camperdown. 

Duncan-Haldane, family name of the Earl of Camperdown. 

Duncannon, Viscount and Baron, titles borne by the Earl of Bess- 
borough. 

Buncombe, family name of the Earl of Feversham. 
Dundaff, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Montrose. 
Dundas, Baron, Earl of Zetland. 

,, family name of Viscount Melville, 
the Earl of Zetland. 




DDNDONALD, EAEL OF. (COCHRANE.) 

THOMAS BARNES COCHRANE, 11th Earl, 
in the peerage of Scotland, and a Baronet. 
Born April 18th, 1814; succeeded his 
father in 1860; was educated at Eton; 
served three years in the Navy; entered 
the Army in 1830, served in the 66th 
Regiment throughout, the entire rebellion 
in Canada under Baron Seaton, 1836 40: 
volunteered to and was appointed Capt. 
in the 18th Royal Irish, and served in 
China until the peace at Nankin, continued 
By courage and labour. to serve j n China as Aide-de Camp to 

Gen. D'Aguilar, and subsequently as Quartermaster-General of the Forces; 
returned to Europe in 1847 ; exchanged to the 2nd Queen's, and retired from 
the Army, 1849: married (1847) Louisa Harriet, daughter of William 
Alexander Mackinnon, Esq., of Mackinnon, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton, Lord Cochrane, b. 1852; was educated 
at Eton; became Lieut. 2nd Life Guards, 1871. Thomas Horatio Arthur Ernest, b. 1857. 

Daughters. Louisa Katharine Emma, *. 1848, m. 1873 (O'Neill). Alice Laura Sophia, 
b. 1849. Elizabeth Mary Harriet, b. 1854. Esther Rose Georgma, b. 1856. 

Brothers living, Horatio Bernardo William, b. 1818, m. 1844. Arthur Auckland Leopold 
Pedro, C.B. b. 1824. Ernest Gray Lambton, b, 1S34, m. 1st, 18&4 ; 2ndly, 1866. 

Creations, Baron Cochrane of Dundonald, 1647, Baron Cochrane of Paisley and 
Ochiltiee, and Earl of Dundonald, in the peerage of Scotland, 1669. A Baronet of Nova 
Scotia, 1675. 

Slrms, Argent : a chevron, gnles, between three boars' heads, erased, azure. Cregt, 
A horse passant, argent. Supporters, Two greyhounds, proper, collared and lined, or. 

Town Residence, W, Queen's Gate, S.W. 

DUNDONALD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his fathei-, 
Thomas, G.C.B , 10th Earl of Dundonald. jHe was b. Dec. 14, 1770, and succeeded his 
father, July 1, 1831 ; he was an Admiral of the White, and a Rear Admiral of the United 



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Kingdom, and by his sagacious seamanship and daring gallantry gained a name inferior'to 
none of the naval commanders of his age ; among his most brilliant achievements in the 
Royal Navy was the burning of the French fleet i , the Basque Roads, April 11, 1809, and 
the capture, by boarding, of the Spanish frigate " El Gamo " of 32 guns and 319 men, with 
the brig " Speedy" of 158 tons and 54 men ; the Spanish captain and 53 of his men being 
killed during the fight. In 1821, he commanded the fleets of Chili and Peru in the war of 
their independence, and entirely destroyed the Spanish fleet in the Pacific. In 1825, 1 e 
commanded the Brazilian fleet in the Brazilian war of independence, and was completely 
successful. He subsequently commanded the Greek Navy. In Brazil he was created a 
Marquess, and has received many foreign orders and decorations of every distinction. He 
m. Aug. 8, 1812, Katherine Corbet, daughter of Thomas Barnes, Esq., and d. Oct. 31, I860, 
having had issue four sons and two daughters. Her ladyship d. 1865. 

DUNFERMLINE, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 
Duneira, Baron, title borne by Viscount Melville. 

DUNGANNON, Viscountess, SOPHIA HILL TREVOR, daughter of Georges 
D'Arcy Irvine, Esq. ; m. 1821, the 3rd Viscount, Dungannon, who d, 1862, 
when his title became extinct. 
Seat, 

Dungarvan, Viscount, son of the Earl of Cork and Orrery, (see 
Cork and Orrery.) 

DUNGARVAN, Viscountess, (by courtesy) CATHERINE, daughter of the 
2nd Earl of Howth ; m. 1828, Charles, Viscount Dungarvan, eldest 
son of the 8th Earl of Cork and Orrery, who d. 1834. 
Residence, 10, Chesham-street, S.W. 

Dunglass, Lord, son of the Earl of Home, (see Home.) 
Dunkellin, Lord, title borne by the Marquess of Clanricarde. 
Dunkerron, Baron, title borne by the Mirquess of Lansdowne. 
Dunlo, Viscount, son of the Earl of Clancarty. (see Clancarty.) 
Dunluce, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Antrim. 

DUNMORE, EARL OF. (MURRAY.) Sits as BARON. 

CHARLES A DOLPH us MURRAY, of Harris, 
7th Earl. Born March 24th, 1841 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1845 ; was educated at 
Eton ; was Capt. in the Scots Fusilier 
Guards ; is Lord Lieut, of Stirlingshire, 
a Dep. Lieut, of Inverness-shire, and 
Lord Superior of the Isle of St. Kilda ; 
appointed a Lord in Waiting to the Queen 
1874: married (1866) Lady Gertrude 
Coke, 3rd daughter of the 2nd Earl of 
Leicester, and has issue, living, 




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Son, Alexander Edward, Viscount Fincastle, 6. 1871, to whom H.R.H. the Prince uf 
Wales stood sponsor. 

Daughters, Evelyn, b. 186;. Muriel, b. 1869. Grace, b. 1873. 

Sisters living, Susan Catherine Mary, 6.1837, m. I860, the gth Earl of Southesk. Con- 
stance Euphemia Woronzow, b. 1838, m. 1864. the 15th Baron Flphinstone. Alexandrina 
Victoria, b. 1845, to whom Her Majesty the Queen stood sponsor. 
Creations, Lord Murray of Blair, Moulin, and Tullymet, Viscount Fincastle and Earl 

of Dunmore, in the peerage of Scotland, I6s6, and Baron Dunmore of Dunmore, in 

the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1831. 

Slrms, Quarterly of six : 1st, azure, three mullets, argent, within a double tressure' 
flory counterflory, or, Murray 2nd, or, a fesse cheeky, azure and argent, Stewart; 3rd' 
paly of six, or and sable, Athole ; 4th, argent, on a bend azure, three bucks' heads cabossed, 
or, Stanley ; 5th, three human legs in armour, conjoined at the upper part of the thigh, and 
flexed in triangle, proper, garnished or, Man; 6th, gules, two lions passant, argent, Strung r. 
Crest, A demi-savage, wreathed about the temples and waist, his arms extended, and 
holding in the right hand a sword, and in the left a key, all proper. Supporters, Dexter, 
a lion, gules, gorged with a plain collar, azure, charged with three mullets, argent; sinister, 
a savage, proper, wreathed about the temples and loins with oak, his feet in fetters, the 
chain held in his left hand. 

Seats, Dunmore, Stirlingshire ; Isle of Harris, Inverness-shire. 
Town Residence, 86, Brook-street, W. Club, Carlton. 

DUET MORE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Alexander 
Edward, 6th Earl of Dunmore, who was A.June 1, 1804 ; and succeeded his father, Nov. 1 1, 
1836 ; he m. Sep. 27, 1836, Catherine, daughter of the 1 ith Earl of Pembroke ; and d. July 15, 
V 45, having issue, a son and three daughters. 

DUNMORE, Dowager Countess of, CATHERINE, daughter of the llth Earl 
of Pembroke ; was sometime Lady in Waiting to Her Majesty the 
Queen : m. 1836, the 6th Earl of Dunmore, who d. 1845. 
Residence, 24, Carlton-house-terra 

Dunning, Baron, title of Baron Hollo on Eoll of H. L. 

DUNRAVEN AND MOUNT-EARL, EARL OF. (WTNDHAM-QUIN.) 
Sits as BARON KENRY. 

WINDHAM THOMAS WYNDHAM-QUIN, 
4th Earl, and a Baronet. Born Feb. 
12th, 1841 ; succeeded his father in 
1871. Educated at Christ Church, 
Oxford. Was Lieut. 4th Oxford Rifle 
Volunteers 1860 1, subsequently 
served in the 1st Life Guards, from 
which he retired as Lieut. ; in 186<> 
was Aide-de-Camp to the Earl of Kim- 
berley, when Lord Lieut of Ireland : 
is an officer in the Gloucestershire 
Hussar Yeomanry Cavalry : married 
I am resolved to look at what is above. (I860) Florence,' daughter of Lord 

Charles Lennox Kerr, and has issue, living, 

Daughters Florence Enid, b. 1870. Rachel Charlotte, b. 1872. Aileen May, b. 1873. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, Windham Henry, b. Feb. 7th, 1867. son of the late Hon. 
Windham Henry Wyndham-Quin, Capt. Grenadier Guards, by Caroline, 3rd daughter 
of the late Vice Admiral Sir George Tyler, K.H., who married 2ndly, 1867, Lieut.-Co]. 
Turner, R.A. 




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Sisters lining, A ugusta Emily, b. 1839, m. 1867, (Vivian). Mary Frances, b. 1844, m. 1868, 
(Smith-Barry). Edith, b. 1846. Emily Anna, b. 1848. 

Creations, Raron Adare, 1800, Viscount Mount-Earl, 1816, Visconn*- Adareand Earl 
of Dut.raven and Mount-Earl, 1622, all in the peerage of Ireland, Baron Kenry of Kenry, 
Limerick, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1866. A Baronet, 1781. 

Patron of seven livings, Coychurch, R. Coyty, R. Flemingstone, R. Llanmihangel, 
R. Llanfrinach, V. St. Bride's Minor, R. and (with the Earl of Clarendon) Llanpan, R. 
Glamorganshire. 

&rms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, grand quarters, quarterly, 1st and 4th, vert, a pegasus 
passant, ermine ; a chief, or, Quin ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, a hand couped below the wrist, 
grasping a sword, proper, on each side a serpent, tails nowed, the heads respecting each 
other, or, in chief two crescents, argent, O'Quin of Munster ; 2nd and 3rd, grand quarters, 
azure, a chevron between three liis' heads erased, or ; and (for distinction) on a canton, or, 
a trefoil slipped, vert, Wyndham. (Crest, 1st, a wolf's head, couped at the neck, Quin ; 
2nd, on a fetterlock, or, and within the chain thereof, gold and azure entwined, a lion's head 
erased, also gold, Wyndham. Supporters, Two ravens proper, plain collared and lined, or. 

Seats, Adare Manor, Adare, (co.) Limerick, Ireland; Dunraven-castle, Bridgend, 
Glamorganshire. 

Residence, Coombe Wood, Kingston-on-Thames. Clubs, White's, Brooks's. 



DTJNRAVEN AND MOUNT-EARL, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor 
was his father, Edwin Richard Windham, 3rd Earl of Dunraven and Mount Earl. He 
was b. May 19, 1812, and succeeded his father, Aug. 6, 1850: educated at Eton and at 
Trinity College, Dublin. Sat as M.P. for Glamorganshire 183650. Was a K.P., and 
Dep. Lieut, for Glamorganshire and a Magistrate for co. Kerry. Married 1st, 1836, 
Augusta, who d. 1866, daughter of Thomas Goold, Esq., a Master in Chancery; and 
2ndly, 1870, Anne, daughter of Henry Lambert, Esq., D.L., of Caniagh, co. Wexford. 
He d. Oct. 6, 1871, leaving issue one son and four daughters. 



DUNRAVEN AND MOUNT-EARL, ANNE, Countess of, daughter of 
Henry Lambert, Esq. of Carvagh, co. Wexford: m. 1870, as his 2nd 
wife, the 3rd Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl, K.P., who d. Oct. 6th, 
1871. 
Residence, 16, Lowndes-street, S.W. 



DUNSANDLE AND CLAN-CONAL, BARON. (DALY.) 

DENIS ST. GEORGE DALY, 2nd Ba"ron, 
in the peerage of Ireland, a Representative 
Peer for Ireland. Born July 10th, 1810; 
succeeded his father in 1847 ; was Captain 
in the 7th Hussars, 1836, and is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for (co.) Galway: 
married (1864) Mary, who died 1868, 
daughter of William Broderick, Esq. 

Brothers lining, Skeffmgton James, heirpremjmp- 
tirc, b. 1811. Bowes Richard, b. 1814. Robert, 
b. 1818, TO. 1845. 
Faithful to God and the king. Creation, Baron Dunsadle and Clan-conal, 

in the peerage of Ireland. 1845. 
Srnta, Per fesse, argent and or, a lion rampant, per fesse, sable and gules ; in chief 




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^^ 
Seat, Dunsandle, Athonry, co. Galway, Ireland. Club, Carlton. 

DUNSANDLE AND CLAN-CONAL, Baron,-His lordship's predecessor was 
SS.^2S + a T' 1St Bar - n ?" nsandle and Clan-Conal. He was A April l, 1 7 82 and 
r fi o M p-r e ^l rag ,? ln J 8455 was for in ^ny years M.P. for Galway: .' March 5" 

1808 Maria Elizabeth daughter of the Right Hon. Sir Edward Skefflngton Smyth 
d 1866 ng iSSUG five S nS and two dau & h ters. Her ladyship 




Quick, without impetuosity. 



DUNSANY, BARON. (PLUNKETT.) 

EDWARD PLUNKETT, 16th Baron, in the 
peerage of Ireland, a Representative Peer 
for Ireland, 2nd son of Edward Wadding, 
14th Baron, by the Hon. Charlotte 
Louisa Lawless, daughter of the 1st Baron 
Cloncurry. Born Nov. 29th, 1808; suc- 
ceeded his brother in 1852; entered 
the Royal Navy, 1823 ; was Midshipman 
of the " Sybille," 1826, and was present in 
a conflict with pirates in the Archipelago ; 
served 011 the Coast of Spain during the 
Civil Wars, 183640 ; became aCapt. 1846, 
a Rear- Admiral on Reserved List 1864, 
and a Vice Admiral, 1871. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for (co.) 
Meath. Married (1846) the Hon. Anne Constance Button, 3rd daughter 
of the 2nd Baron Sherborne, (this lady died, 1858), and has issue, living, 

Sons, Randal Edward Sherborne, M.P.; b. 1848 ; educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford ; has sat as M.P. for Gloucestershire West (C.) since Feb. 1874. 
John William, b. 1853. Horace Curzon, b. 1855. 

Daughters, Mary Sophia Eliza, b. 1847, m. 1873 (Ponsonby). Constance Lavinia Harriet, 
b. ISfiO. 

Creation, Baron Dunsany of Dunsany Castle, in the peerage of Ireland, 146l. 
arms, Sable : a bend, and in the sinister chief a tower, argent. Crest, A horse passant, 
argent. Supporters, Dexter, a pegasus, wings inverted, per fesse, or and argent ; sinister, 
an antelope, argent, armed, unguled, plain collared and chained, or. 
Seat, Dunsany-castle, Navan, (co.) Meath, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 7, Grosvenor-place, S.W. Clubs. Travellers', United Service. 

DUNSANY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Randal 
Edward, 15th Baron Dunsany. He was b. Sept. 4, 1804, and succeeded his father, Sept. 11, 
1848 : TO. Dec. 29, 1838, Elizabeth, who d. 1875, daughter of L. Evelyn, Esq. of Keynshana 
Court: and d. April 7, 1852, without issue. 



Dunwich, Viscount, son of the Earl of Stradbroke. (see Stradbroke.) 
Dupplin, Viscount, son of the Earl of Kinnoull. (see Kinnoull.) 
DURHAM, BISHOP OF, see '* Lords Spiritual." 



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169 



DURHAM, EARL OF. (LAMBTON.) 

GEORGE FREDERICK D'ARCY LAMBTON, 
2nd Earl, Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotu- 
lorum of Durham. Born Sept. 5th, 1 828 ; 
succeeded his father in 1840 ; is Lt.-Col. 
of the 1st Administrative Battalion of 
the Northumberland Rifle Volunteers : 
married (1854) Lady Beatrix Frances 
Hamilton, 2nd daughter of the 1st 
Duke of Abercorn, K.G. (this lady died, 
1871), and has issue, living, 

Sons, John George, Viscount Lambton, b. 1855; 
appointed Sub- Lieut. Coldstream Gurds 1874. 
Frederick William, (twin), b. 1855. Hedworth, 
h. 1856. Charles, b. 18i7. George, b. 186J. William, b. 1863. Claud, b. 1864. D'Arcy 
b. 1866. Francis, b. J871. 

Daughters Beatrice Louisa, b. 1859. Katherine Frances, b. 186-2. Eleanor, b. 1868. 
Anne, b. 1869. 

Sisters living, Mary Lnuisa, b. 1819, m. 1846, the 8th Earl of Elgin. Emily Augusta, b. 1823, 
m. 1843, (Cavendish). Alice Anne Caroline, b. 1831, m. 1853, the IQth Earl of Morton., 

Creations, Baron Durham, 1828, Karl of Durham and Viscount Lambton, 1833, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 




The day will come. 



, Quarterly: 1st, sable, a fesse between three lambs, passant, argent, Lamb- 
ton ; 2nd, argent, a fesse gules, between three poppinjays, vert, collared, gules, Lumlev ; 
3rd, argent, an escutcheon, sable, within an orle of eight cinquef oils, gules, Hedworth ; 4th, 
argent, three ciuquefoils, gules, D'Arcy. (Cteat, A ram's head, argent affronte, horns, sable, 
Supporters Two lions, the dexter gules, the sinister, azure, each ducally gorged, or, and 
supporting a flagstaff, proper, and therefrom flowing a banner, azure, the dexter charged 
with a cross patonce, and the sinister with a lion passant guardant, or. 



Seat, Lambton-castle, Durham. 



Club, Travellers ' . 



DUKHAM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John George, 
P.C. G.C.B., 1st Earl of Durham. He was b. April 12, 1792 ; was raised to the peerage as 
Baron Durham, 1828, and advanced to the Earldom, 1833; was Lord Privy Seal, 18303; 
Ambassador at St. Petersburg, 1835 7, and Lord High Commissioner of British America, 
1838; for his services in these capacities, received the Grand Cross of the Bath, and 
various foreign Orders: m. 1st, Jan. 1, 1812, Miss Harriett Cholmondeley, (she d. 1815), 
and by her had issue three daughters; 2ndly, Dec. 9, 1816, Lady Louisa Elizabeth Grey, 
daughter of the 2nd Earl Grey : and d. July 28, 1843, having had issue from his last 
marriage, two sons and three daughters. Her ladyship d. the following year. 



Durnford, surname of the Bishop of Chichester. 
Dursley, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Berkeley. 
Button, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 
,, family name of Baron Sherborne. 



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DYNEVOR, BARON. (RICE.) 

The Rev. FRANCIS WILLIAM RICE, 5th 
Baeon, son of the Hon. and Very Rev. 
Edward Rice, D.D. Dean of Gloucester. 
Born May 10th, 1804; succeeded his 
cousin in 1869 ; was educated at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (B.A. ]826, M. A. 1847); 
has been Vicar of Fairford, Gloucester- 
shire, since 1828: married 1st (1830), 
Harriet Ives, daughter of Daniel Ray- 
mond Barker, Esq. (this lady died, 1854), 
and has issue, living, 

pnrpt anH hniri Son, Arthur de Gardonnel, b. 1836; was edu- 

cated at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. iffii, 
M.A. 1865); was Lieut. Carmarthenshire 

Artillery Militia. 1870 1; is a Magistrate for Gloucestershire: m. 1869, Selina, daughter 
of the Hon. Arthur Lascelles, and has. with other issue, a son, b. 18/3. Club, Junior 
Carlton. 

Daughter,-^ Ellen, b. 1832, m. 1855, (Joyce). 

His lordship married 2ndly (1856), Eliza Amelia, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. Henry Carnegie Knox, Vicar of Lechlade, by whom he has issue, 
living, 

Son, William Talbot, b. 1861. 

Daughters, Cecil Miua, b, 185Q. Alice Sophia, b. 1862. Mary Charlotte, b. 1863. 

Brothers living,* The Rev. Henry, b. 1813, m. 1837. John Talbot, b. 18, m. 1st, 1846 ; 
2ndly, 1853. 

Sisters living,* Charlotte, b. 1806, m. 1835, (Cameron). Maria, b. 1808, m. 1839 (Bankes). 
Lucy Horatia, b. 1811, m. 1832, (Escott). 

Creation, Baron Dynevor of Dynevor Castle, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1780. 

Jrtn8, Argent : a chevron, between three ravens, sable. Crest, A crow, sable. 
Supportarg Dexter, A wyvern, or; sinister, a talbot, argent, collared, flory counterflory, 
gules, and charged on the shoulder with a trefoil, slipped, vert. 

Seat, Dynevor-castle, Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. Residence, The Vicarage, 
Fairford, Gloucestershire. 



DYNEVOR, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, George 
Rice, 4th Baron. He was b. Aug. 5, 1795, and succeeded his father April 9, 1852 ; assumed 
the surname of Tfevor in addition to that of Rice, 1824 : m. Nov. 27, 1824, Frances, eldest 
daughter of Lord Charles Fitz-Roy; and d. Oct. 7, 1S69, having had issue five daughters 



DYNEVOR, FRANCES, Baroness, eldest daughter of Lord Charles Fitz- 
Roy: m. 1824, the 4th Baron Dynevor, who d. 1869. 
Resi dences 19, Prince's-gardens, W.; Bromham-hall, Bedford. 

* Raised, by Royal Warrant, 1870, to the rank and precedence of a Baron's children. 




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DYSART, EARL OF. (TOLLEMACHE.) 

LIONEL WILLIAM JOHN TOLLEMACHE, 
7th Earl, in the peerage of Scotland, and 
a Baronet, son of Sir William Talmash, 
Bart. (Lord Huntingtower), who was 
eldest son of Louisa, Countess of Dysart, 
and d. 1833. Born 18th Nov. 1794; suc- 
ceeded his grandmother in 1840 : married 
(1819) Maria Elizabeth, eldest daughter 
of the late Sweeney Toone, Esq. of Keston 
Lodge, (this lady died, 1869). 
Heir, His grandson, William John Manners, 
I confide and acquiesce. Lord Huntingtower, b. 1859. Residence, Ham- 

house, Richmond, Surrey. 

Brothers living, The Rev. Hugh Francis, A. 1802, m. 1824. Frederick James, M.P. 

b. 1804, m. 1st, 1831 ; 2ndly, 1847. Algernon Gray, b. 1805, m. 1857. 
Sisters living, Catherine Octavia, b. 1800. Laura Maria, b. 1807, m- 184/, (Grattan). 

Patron of five livings, Willoughby Silk, R. South Witham, R. Bassingthorpe-cum- 
Westby, V. Lincolnshire. Garthorpe, V. Buckminster, V. Leicestershire. 

Creations, Baron Huntingtower and Earl of Dysart, in the peerage of Scotland, 1643, 
and by a new patent, with the former precedence to Elizabeth, Countess of Dysart, and 
her heirs general without division, 1670. A Baronet, 1/93. 

Slrnts, Argent, a frette, sable. (Crest, A horse's head, erased, gules, between two 
wines, or, pellettee. Supporters, Two antelopes proper, armed and unguled, or. 

Seats, Buck minster- park, Grantham, Lincolnshire; Ham-house, Richmond, Surrey. 
Town Residence, 34, Norfolk-street, Strand, W.C. 

DYSART, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grandmother, 
Louisa, Countess of Dysart. She was b. in 1745, and inherited the title on the death of her 
brother, March 9, 1821 : TO. 1765, John Manners, Esq. of Grantham Grange, who d. Seit. 
23, 1792; after his death her ladyship resumed her paternal name of Tollemache : and 
d. Sept. 22, 1840, having had issue three sons and four daughters. 




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Earlsfort, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Clonmell. 

Eastnor, Viscount, title borne by Earl Somers. 

Ebrington, Viscount, son of Earl Fortescue. (see Fortescue.) 



EBURY, BARON. (GROSVENOR.) 

ROBERT GROSVENOR, P. C. 1st Baron, 3rd 
son of the 1st Marquess of Westminster. 
Born April 24th, 1801 ; was educated at 
Westminster, and at Christ Church, Ox- 
ford, (B.A. 1822) ; was M.P. for Shaftes- 
bury, 18226, for Chester, 1826 47, and 
for Middlesex, 184757; was Comp- 
troller of the Household, 1830 4; Trea- 
surer of the Household, 1846 7 ; and 
Groom of the Stole to the Prince Consort ; 
is a Pep. Lieut, of Cheshire and Middle- 
Virtue, not ancestry. sex ' and a Magistrate for those counties, 
and for Hertfordshire : married (1831) 
the Hon. Charlotte Arbuthnot Wellesley, daughter of the 1st Baron Cowley, 
and sister of the 1st Earl Cowley, K..G. and has issue, living, 

Sons, Robert Wellesley, b. 1834: was educated at Harrow, and at King's College, 
London; entered the 1st Life Guards, 1853, became Capt. 1859; retired, 1866; appointed 
Capt. Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 1870; sat as M.P. lor Westminster (L.) 186574: 
in. 1867, the Hon. Emelie Beaujolais White, youngest daughter of the 1st Baron Annaly, 
and has, with other issue, Robert Victor, b. 1868. Residences, 62, Queen's Gate, Ken- 
sington, W., The Lodge, Brackley. Clubs, Travellers', Brooks's. 
Thomas George, b. 1842. Norman de 1'Aigle, M.P. b. 1845. Algernon Henry, b. 
1846. Richard Cecil, b. 1848. 

Daughters, Victoria Charlotte, b. 1832. Albertine Frances Elizabeth, b. 1840. 
Creation, Baron Ebury, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1857. 

8rms, Azure : a garb, or, a mullet for difference. (Crest, A talbot, statant, or, 
Supporters, On either side a talbot, reguardant, or, collared, azure, charged on the 
shoulder with a mullet of the second. 

Seat, Moor-park, Rickmans worth, Hertfordshire. Town Residence, 35, Park- 

street, Grosvenor-square, W. Clubs, Reform, Brooks's, Travellers'. 

Eddisbury. Baron, title borne by Baron Stanley of Alderley. 

Eden, family name of Baron Auckland. 

Edgcumbe, family name of the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe. 

Ednam, Viscount, son of the Earl of Dudley, (see Dudley.) 



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Edwardes, family name of Baron Kensington. 

EFFINGHAM, EARL OF. (HOWARD.) 

HENRY HOWARD, 2nd Earl, and 12th 
Baron. Born August 23rd, 1806; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1 845 : was educated 
at Harrow, and at Oriel College, Oxford ; 
was M.P. for Shaftesbury, 1841 5; is a 
Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for the 
West Riding of Y orkshire : married 
(1832) Eliza, only daughter of the late 
Gen. Sir Gordon Drummond, G.C.B. and 
has issue, living, 

Sons, Henry, Lord Howard, 6.1837; was edu- 
cated at Harrow, and at Christ Church, Oxford : 
TO. 1865, Victoria Francisca, eldest daughter of 
Valour is worth a thousand shields. Monsieur A. Boyer, of Paris, and has issue, 

Henry Alexander Gordon, A. 1866. Residences, 
same as the Earl of Efttngham. 

Frederick Charles, *. 1840, m. 1871. Kenneth, b. 1845. 
Daughters, Maria, b. 1835. Alice, b. 1843. 

Brothers living, Charles, b. 1807 .The Rev. William, b. 1815, m. 1862. 
Sisters living, Charlotte, b. 1803. Arabella Georgiana, 6. 1809, . 1841, the 1st Baron 
Northbrook, P.C. 

Patron of five livings, Whiston, R. Paull, V. Yorkshire. St. Mary's, R. Forncett. 
St. Peter's, R. Forncett, Norfolk. Tusmore cum Hardwick, R. Oxford. 

Creations,-r-Baron Howard ofEffingham, 1554, Earl of Effingham, 1731, the Earldom 
became extinct at the death of Richard, the 4th Earl, in 1316 ; but, Kenneth Alexander, 
the llth Baron, was created Earl of Effingham, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1887. 




, Quarterly : 1st, gules, a bend between six cross crosslets fitch ee, argent: 
on the bend an escutcheon, or, charged with a demi-lion pierced through the muuth 
with an arrow, within a double tressure, all gules, being an augmentation granted to the 
2nd Duke of Norfolk, for his services at the battle of Hodden, Howard ; 2nd, England, 
with a label of three points for difference, Thomas of Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, and 
marshal of England, son of king Edward I. ; 3rd, cheeky, or, and azure, Warren, earl of 
Surrey ; 4th, gules, a lion rampant, argent, Mowbray, duke of Norfolk : in the centre of 
the four quarterings a mullet for difference. (Crest, On a chapeau, gules, turned up, er- 
mine, a lion statant guardant, or, ducally gorged, argent, (being the crest of Thomas of 
Brotherton; on the shoulder a mullet for difference. Supporters, Two lions, argent, each 
charged on the shoulder with a mullet for difference. 

Seats, Tusmore-house, Bicester, Oxfordshire ; the Grange, Rotherham, Yorkshire. 

Town Residence, 5/, Eaton-place, S.W. Club, Travellers'. 

EFFINGHAM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Kenneth Alexander, G.C.B. 1st Earl of Effingham. He was b. Nov. 29, 1767; succeeded 
his kinsman as the llth Baron Howard of Emngham, Dec. 10, 1816; and in 1837, was 
raised to the Earldom of Effingham. He was a General Officer in the Army, and Colonel 
of the 3rd Buffs : m. May 27, 1800, Lady Charlotte Primrose, daughter of the 3rd Earl 
of Rosebery; and d. Feb. 13, 1845, having had issue four sons and five daughters. Her 
ladyship married, 2ndly (1858), Thomas Holmes, Esq. and d. 1864. 

Egerton, family name of the Earl of Ellesmere. 
,, Earl of Wilton. 

,, ,, ,, Baron Grey de Redcliffe. 



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Thus until. 



EGERTON OF TATTON, BARON. (EGERTON.) 

WILLIAM TATTON EGERTON, 1st Baron, 
Lord Lieut, of Cheshire, son of Wilbra- 
Lam Egerton, Esq. sometime M.P. for 
Cheshire. Born Dec. 30th, 1806; was 
M.P. for Lymington, 1830, and for North 
Cheshire, 183258; is Chairman of Ches- 
ter Quarter Sessions: married (1830) 
Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Loftus, eldest 
daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Ely, 
and has issue, living, 

SHTW, Wilbraham, M.P. b. 1832; was educated at 
Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 2nd 
class in Law and Modern History, 1854, M.A. 
1862) ; is a Magistrate for Cheshire, and has been Capt. of the Earl of Chester's Yeomanry 
Cavalry since 1863 ; was M.P. for North Cheshire, 185868 : and was first elected M.P. for 
Mid Cheshire (L.C.) in the latter year: m. 1857, Lady Mary Sarah Amherst, daughter of 
the 2nd Earl Amherst. Residences, Rostherne Manor, Knutsford, Cheshire, and 
45, Rutland Gate, S.W. Clubs, Carlton, Travellers'. 
Alan de Tatton, b. 1845, m. 1867. 

Daughters, Elizabeth Anna Maria Barbara, b. 1834. Emily Marion, b. 1837, m. 1863, 
(Mitford). Beatrix Lucia Catherine, b. 1840, m. 1870, (Tollemache). 

Patron of five livings. Ringway, V. Rostherne, V. Marthall, V. Cheshire. Ash- 
worth, V. St. Mary, Hulme, R. Lancashire. 

Creation, Baron Egerton of Tatton, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 185Q. 
Srmg, Argent : a lion rampant, gules, between three pheons, sable. (Crrst, On a 
chapeau, gules, turned up, ermine, a lion rampant, also gules, supporting an arrow, pale- 
wise, or, pheoned and flighted, argent. Supporters, Dexter, a griffin, argent, gorged with 
a ducal coronet, azure, and pendent therefrom a pheon, sable; sinister, a lion, gules, 
gorged with a plain collar, argent, and pendent therefrom a pheon, also argent. 

Seat, Tatton-park, Knutsford, Cheshire. Town Residence 7, St. James's-sq. S.W. 
Clubs, Carlton, Travellers'. 



EGLINTON AND WINTON, EARL OF. (MONTGOMERY.) Sits as 
EARL OF W1NTON. 

ARCHIBALD WILLIAM MONTGOMERIE, 
14th Earl of Eglinton, and 2nd Earl of 
Winton. Born Dec. 3rd, 1841; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1861 ; was edu- 
cated at Eton ; served in the Royal Navy ; 
appointed Capt. in the Ayrshire i eomanry 
Cavalry, 1862, and Lieut.-Col. 1869*; 
is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for 
Ayrshire, and a Dep. Lieut, for Lanark- 
shire : married (1862) Lady Sophia 
Adelaide Theodosia Anderson Pelham, 
only daughter of the 2nd Earl of Yar- 
borough, and has issue, living, 
1863. Theresa, b. 1865. Gertrude, b. 1867. Diana, 




Take good care. 



Daughters, Sophie Constance, 

b. 18/0. 
Brothers living, Seton Montolieu, heir presumptive, b. 1346: was educated at Eton: 

was Ensign and Lieut. Scots Fusilier Guards, retired, 1868: m. 1870, Nina Janet 

Bronwen, daughter of Lieut.-Col. Peers Williams, of Temple-house, Berks. Club, 

Carlton. 

George Arnulph, b. 1848, m. 1873. 



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Sister living, Egidia, b. 1843, m. 1862, the 5th Baron Rendlesham. 
Half-Sisters living, Sybil Amelia Adela, b. 1859. Hilda Rose, b. I860. 

Creations, Baron Montgomerie and Baron Seton, 1448, Earl of Eglinton, 1507, in the 
peerage of Scotland. Baron Ardrossan, 1806, Earl of Winton, 1859, in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom. 

9rmg, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, azure, three fienrs-de-lis, or, Montgomerie ; 2nd and 
3rd, gules, three annulets, or, each adorned with a gem, azure, Eglinton; the whole within 
a bordure, or, charged with a double treasure flory counterflory, gules. (Crest, A figure of 
Hope resting her right hand on an anchor, and holding in her left a savage's head by the 
hair. Supporters, Two wyverns, vert, emitting flames. 

Seats, Eglinton-castle, Ardrossan, Ayrshire ; Cleughearn, Lanarkshire. 
Town Residence 3, Upper Belgrave-street, S.W. Club, Carlton. 


EGLINTON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Archi- 
bald William, K.T. P.C. D.C.L. LL.D. 13th Earl of Eglinton. He was b. Sept. 29, 1812, 
and succeeded his grandfather, Dec. 14, 1819, and, being heir-male of the Earls of Win- 
ton, in Scotland (which title had been dormant since 1749), was created Earl of Winton, 
in 1859: was Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 1852 and 1858 9, Lord Rector of the University of 
Glasgow, and Marischal College, Aberdeen, and Lord Lieut, of Ayrshire: m. 1st, Feb. 17, 
1841, Theresa, daughter of Charles Newcomen, Esq. and widow of Com. R. Howe 
Cockerell, R.N. (she d. 1853), having had issue three sons and a daughter; 2ndly, 
Nov. 4, 1858, Lady Adela Caroline Harriet Capel, daughter of the 6th Earl of Essex, (she 
d. I860; ; and d. Oct. 4, 1861, having had issue from his last marriage, two daughters. 



EGMONT, EARL OF. 




Under the white cross. 



(PERCEVAL.) Sits as BARON LOYELL AND 
HOLLAND. 

CHARLES GEORGE PERCEVAL, 7th Earl, 
and llth Baronet, son of the late Hon. and 
Rev. Charles George Perceval, Rector of 
Calverton, Bucks, by Frances Agnes, 
daughter of the late Ven. George Tre- 
velyan, Archdeacon of Taunton. Born 
June 15, 1845 ; succeeded his uncle 1874. 
Educated at University College, Oxford. 
Sat as M.P. for Midhurst (Cj from Feb. 
till Aug. 1874. Is a Magistrate for 
Sussex, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, North- 
amptonshire, and co. Cork, and a Capt. 
Married (1809) Lucy, daughter of Henry 



in Bucks Yeomanry Cavalry. 
King, Esq. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, Augustus George Perceval, Esq.; b. 1829, m. 1852, Emma, 
who d. 1873, 2nd daughter of the late John Matthews, Esq. Residtnce, New Zealand. 

* [hi If -Sister Uring, Mary, b. 1831, m. 1863 (Russell). 

Patron of eight livings, Midhurst, V. Lodsworth, V. Easebounie, V. Bepton, R. 
Linch, li. Fariihurst, V. Sussex. Banstead, V. Surrey. Calverton, R. Buckingham. 

fli-ms Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, 011 a chief indented, gules, three crosses pat re 
of the Held, / Vm-/v// (2nd and 3rd, barry nebulee of six, or and gules, Luvet. (Crest, A thistle, 
proper. Supporters, Dexter, an antelope, at gent, armed, unguled, ducally collared and 
chained, or, holding in the mouth a thistle slipped, proper; sinister, a stag, sable, attired, 
unguled, ducally collared and chained, or, holding in the mouth a thistle slipped, proper. 

Creations, Baron Perceval of Burton, 1/15, Viscount Perceval of Kanturk, 1722, 
Earl of Kgmont, 173:;, Naron Arden of Lohort fast.le. 177<>, all i)l the peerage of Ireland. 
Baron Lovell and Holland of Kmnore, 1702, Baron Arden of Arden, 1802, in the peerage 
ot the I nited Kingdom. A Baronet, 1661. 



* Raised to the rank of an Earl's daughter Ib75. 



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Seats, Cowdray, Sussex ; Lohort-castle, Cork, Ireland ; Nork -house, Epsom, Surrey : 
Churchtown, Buttevant, Ireland ; Passenham-manor, Stony Stratford. 

Town Residence, 26, St. James's-place, S.W. Club, Carlton. 

EGMONT, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle George 
James, 6th Earl of Egmont, and a Baronet, son of Charles George, 1st Baron Arden, who 
was half-brother to the 3rd Earl of Egmont. He was b. Mar. 14, 1794 ; succeeded his fa- 
ther in the Barony 1840, and his cousin in the Earldom 1841. Was Midshipman of the 
" Orion " at Trafalgar 1805 ; served in Egypt and in Ameica; was present at the capture 
of the " President" 1815, and the siege of Algiers 1816; became a Vice Admiral 1857, and 
was an Admiral on the Reserved List 186374. Sat as M.P. for West Surrey 183740 : 
m. 1819, Jane who d. 1870 daughter of J. Hornby, Esq., of Hook House, Hampshire. 
He d. Aug. 1874, without issue. 

EGREMONT, Countess of, JANE, daughter of the Rev. W. Roberts : m. 1820, 
the 4th Earl of Egremont, who d. 1845, when his title became extinct. 
Residences, Orchard Wyndh am, Somersetshire ; Silverton, Devonshire. 

Elcho, Lord, M.P., son of the Earl of Wemyss. (see Wemyss.) 

ELDON, EARL OF. (SCOTT.) 

JOHN SCOTT, 3rd Earl. Born Nov. 8th, 
1845; succeeded his father in 1854; was 
educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford; was appointed Hon. Col. of the 
1st Administrative Battalion Dorsetshire 
Rifle Volunteers, 1867; is a Magistrate 
for Dorsetshire: married (1869) Henrietta 
Minna, daughter of Capt. Henry Martin 
Turner and the Hon. Mrs. Turner, and 
has issue, living, 

Soris, John, Viscount Er.combe, b. May, 1870. 
Let honour be without a stain. Ernest Stowell, 4. 1872. 

Daughter, Louisa Katherine, b. 1871. 

Sisters living, Augusta Henrietta, b. 1836, m. 1859, the Hon. Thomas Francis Fremantle. 
eldest son of the 1st Baron Cottesloe. Katharine Frances, b. 1837, m. 1858, the Hon, 
Gustavus Hamilton- Russell, eldest son of the 7th Viscount Boyne. Gertrude Louisa, 
b. 1841, m. I860, (Cectf). Selina Jane, b. 1843, m. 1864, (Bond). 

Creations, Baron Eldon of Eldon, 1799, Viscount Encombe and Earl of Eldon, 1821, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 




Argent : an anchor erect, sable, between three lions' heads erased, gules : 
on a chief wavy, azure, a portcullis, or. Crest, A lion's head erased, gules, gorged with 
a chain, and pendent. therefrom a portcullis, or. Supporters, Two lions guardant, proper, 
each gorged with a double chain and a portcullis attached thereto, gold ; pendent from the 
portcullis a shield, argent, charged with a civic wreath, vert. 

Seats, Shirley -house, Croydon ; Encombe, Dorsetshire. 
Town Residence, l, Hamilton -place, W. 
Clu b, Carlton. 

ELDON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, D.C.L. 
2nd Earl of Eldon. He was. b. Dec. 10, 1805, and succeeded his grandfather, Jan. 13, 1838 ; 
m. Oct. l, 1831, the Hon. Louisa Duncombe, daughter of the 1st Baron Feversham, (she d. 
1852) ; and d. Sept. 13, 1854, having had issue a son and six daughters. 



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ELGIN AN I) KINCARDINE, EARL OF. (BRUCE.) Sits as BARON ELGIN. 

VICTOR ALEXANDER BRUCE, 9th Earl of 
Elgin, and 13th Earl of Kincardine. Born 
May 16th, 1849; succeeded his father in 
1863 ; was educated at Eton, and at Balliol 
College, Oxford (B.A. 1873) ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate of Fifeshire. 

Bro Alters living, Robert Preston, heir presumptive, 
b. 1851 ; was educated at Eton, and at Balliol 
College, Oxford. Frederick John, b. 1854. 

Sister's living, Elma, b. 1842, m. 1864, the 5th 
Baron Thurlow. Louisa Elizabeth, b. 1856. 

We have been. Creations, Baron Bruce of Kinloss, 1603, 

Earl of Elgin, 1633, Earl of Kincardine and Baron 

Bruce, 1647, all in the peerage of Scotland-, and Baron Elgin of Elgin, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1849. 

firms. Or: a saltire and chief, gules, on a canton, argent, a lion rampant, azure. 
Crest, A lion statant, tail extended, azure.' j?upportrrg, Two wild men wreathed round 
the temples and loins, proper. 

Seat, Broomhall, Dunfermline, Flfe&hire. Clubs, Devonshire, White's. 

2,'LGrIN AND KINCARDINE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his 
father, James, K T. G.C.B. 8th Earl of Elgin. He was b. July 20, 1811, and succeeded his 
father, Nov. 14, 1841. This distinguished nobleman held many important offices abroad, 
some of them at times of extreme danger ; he was for some time Governor and Capt -Gen. 
of Jamaica, Gov -Gen. in Canada, and High Commissioner in China, and greatly dis- 
tinguished himself by securing peace with the latter country, and obtaining large compen- 
sation from the Chinese Government. He was appointed Governor-General of India. 1862, 
and died in 1863, while holding that high office. He m 1st. April 22, 1841, Elizabeth Mary, 
daughter of C. L. dimming Bruce, Esq. of Roseisle, (she d. 1843), and by 1 er had issue, 
two daughters; 2ndly, Nov. /, 1846, Lady Mary Louisa Laribtoi:, daughter ol the 1st Earl 
of Durham ; and d. Nov. 20, 1863, having had issue from his last marriage four sons and 
one daughter. 

ELGIN AND KINCARDINE, Countess of, MARY LOUISA LAMBTON, 
daughter of the 1st Earl of Durham, b. 1819 : m. 1846, the (8th) Earl of 
Elgin and (12th) Earl of Kincardine, K.T. G.C.B. who d. 1863. 
Residence, same as the Earl of Elgin and Kincardine. 



ELI BANK, BARON. (MURRAY.) 

MONTOLIECJ Fox OLIPHANT MURRAY, 
10th Baron, in the peerage of Scotland, 
and a Baronet. Born April 27th, 1840; 
succeeded his father in 1871. Entered 
the Royal Navy 1854, an d became Lieut. 
1862; appointed 1st Lieut. H.M.S. " Se- 
rapis" 1867, and retired as Commander 
1870; has the Chinese Medal; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Peebles-shire : 
married (1868) Blanche Alice, eldest 
daughter of the late Edward John Scott, 
By virtue and faith. Esq., of Portland Lodge, Southsea, and 

has issue, living. 

Sons, Alexander William Charles Oliphant, Master of Elibank, b. 1870. Edward Oliphant, 
b. 1871. 

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Daughters, Emily Blanche, b. 1872. Alice Florence, b. 1873. Nina Charlotte, b. 1875. 

Brother living, Dudley Oliphant, b. 1846. 

Sisters lining, Florence Emily, b. 1853. Blanche Emmeline, b. 1858. 

Creation, Baron Elibank, in the peerage of Scotland, 1643. A Baronet, 1629. 

&rms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a fetterlock, on a chief, gules, three estoiles, Blitck- 
barony; 2nd, gules, a chevron between three crescents, two and one, argent, Olip/innt ; 
3rd, azure, a martlet, or, between three mullets, two in chief and one in base, argent, the 
whole within a double tressure of the last, Elibank. Cvcst, A lion rampant, gules, sup- 
porting a battle-axe, proper. Supporters, Two horses, argent, bridled, gules. 

Seat/;, Darn-hall, Eddleston, Peeblesshire ; Ballencrieff, Haddingtonshire ; Pitheavlis , 
Perthshire. 

Club, Naval and Military. 

ELIBANK, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was liis father, Alexander 
Oliphant, Qth Baron Elibank. He was b. May 23, 1804, succeeded his father April 9, 1830, 
and d. May 31, 1871. Was a Dep. Lieut, of Peebles-shire, and Major Gen. of the Royal 
Company of Archers of the Queen's Body Guard of Scotland : m. 1838, Emily Maria, only 
daughter of Archibald Montgomery, Esq., of Whim, Peebles- shire; having had issue four 
sons and four daughters. 

ELIBANK, Dowager Baroness, EMILY MARIA, only daughter of Archi- 
bald Montgomery, Esq., of Whim, Peebles-shire; m. 1838, the 9th Baron 
Elibank, who d. May 31st, 1871. 
Residence, 



ELIOT, BARON. (ELIOT.) 

WILLIAM GORDON CORXWALLIS ELIOT, 
1st Baron, son of the 3rd Earl of St. 
Germans, by the Lady Jemima, daughter 
of the 2nd Marquess Cornwallis. Born 
Dec. 14th, 1829 ; educated at Eton ; was 
Attache at Hanover 184950. at Madrid 
185051, and at Lisbon 185153 ; 2nd 
Paid Attache at Berlin 18537 ; 1st Paid 
Attache at Constantinople 1857 8, and at 
St. Petersburg 18589, Secretary of Le- 
gation at Rio de Janeiro Aug. to Oct. 1859, 
Press close upon those who take at Athens, 1859 61 (being Charge d'Af- 
tne lead - faires there from May 1860 to Jan. 1861) , 

and at Rio de Janeiro 1861 3 (being Charge d' Affaires there Mar. to Aug. 
1863) , Acting Secretary of Legation at Washington 1 8634, and Secretary 
of Legation at Lisbon 1864 5, when he resigned. Unsuccessfully contested 
Cricklade 1865 ; sat as M.P. for Devonport (L.) 18668. Is a Dep.-Lieut. 
and a Magistrate for Cornwall. Called to the Upper House during the life- 
time of his father 1870. 

Brothers living, Henry Cornwallis, b. 1835. Charles George Cornwallis, b. 1S3Q, m. 1865. 
Sister living, Louisa Susan Cornwallis, b. 1S25, m. 1850, (Ponsonby). 
Creation, Called up in his father's Barony of Eliot of 1784. 

arras Argent, a fesse gules between double cottises wavy azure. Crest An ele- 
phant's head argent, plain collared gules, .<~upportms, Two eagles reguardant, wings dis- 
played and inverted proper, each charged on the breast with an ermine spot sable. 
Seats, Port Eliot, St. German's, Cornwall; Down Ampney, Gloucestershire, 
Town Residence, 36, Dover-street, W. Clubs Travellers', St. James's. 




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Eliot, family name of the Earl of St. Germans, 




Steadfast religion and morality of 
spirit. 



ELLENBOROUGH, BARON. 

CHARLES EDMUND TOWRT-LAW, 3rd 
Baron, son of the Hon. Charles Ewan 
Law, Q.C., M.P. Born Nov. 17th, 1820 ; 
succeeded his uncle, Dec. 1871; educated 
at Winchester ; entered the Army as Cor- 
net 1844, became Lieut. 1846, Capt. 1851, 
Lieut.-Col. 66th Foot 1855, and Col. 1858, 
has since retired ; served with the 9th 
Lancers in tke Stitlej campaign of 1846, 
and was at the battle of Sobraon, for 
which he has a medal: married 1st (1840) 
Lady Eleanor Cecil Howard, who died 
1852, daughter of 4th Earl of Wicklow ; 

2ndly (1855), Anna Elizabeth, who died I860, daughter of the Rev. John 
Fitzgerald- Day, of Beaufort-house, Killarney, and has issue, living, 
Son, Charles Towry Hamilton, b. 1856. 

His lordship married 3rdly (1863), Isabella, who died 1874, only child of 
Alexander Ogilby, Esq., of Pelipar, co. Londonderry, and has issue, living, 
Daughters, Gertrude Edith, Emily Julia. 

His lordship married 4thly (1874), Beatrice, daughter of Sir Norton Joseph. 
Knatchbull, 10th Bart. 

Sisters living, Mary, m. 1839, the 3rd Baron Kilmaine. Elizabeth Sophia, a mm. Superior 
of the Franciscan Order, of Gorey, co. Wexford. Frederica, m. 1st. 1848, her cousin, 
Edmund Law, Esq. ; 2ndly, a foreign officer. 

Creation, Baron Eflenborough, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1802. 

Srms, Ermine : on a bend engrailed, between two cocks, gules, three mullets pierced t 
or. (Crest, A cock, gules, charged on the breast with a mitre pendent from a chain round 
the neck, or. SruppovtfrB, Two eagles, wings inverted, gulos, ear-h gorged with a chain, 
or, and pendent therefrom on the breast of the dexter supporter a mitre, and on the sinister 
a covered cup, gold. 

Residence, Holly Spring, Bracknell, Berkshire. 

, United Service, Army and Navy, Royal Thames Yacht, 



ELLENBOROTJGrH, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, 
Edward, tt,C.B., P.C., 2ml Baron ami 1st Earl Ellenborough. He was A. Sept. 8, 1/90 -. 
succeeded his fattier as 2nd Baron 1818, and was created Viscount Southam and Earl 01 
Ellenborough 1844. Educated at Eton and at St. John's College, Cambridge. Was Chief 
Clerk of the Court of Queen's Bench until the abolition of that office : Lord Privy Seal 
1828 9, President of the Board of Control 1Q28 30, ]834 5, and 1841, Governor-Gen. 
of India 1841 4, First Lord of the Admiralty 1846, and President of the Board of Control 
1858. Received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament for his administration in 
India: m. 1st 1813, Lady Katherine Octavia Stewart, who d. 1819, 8th daughter ot 
Robert, 1st Marquess of Londonderry, and niece to the 1st Marquess Camden ; Sndly, 
1820, Jane Elizabeth, only daughter of Admiral Sir Henry Digby, G.C.B., which marriage 
was dissolved by Act of Parliament 1830. He d. Dec. 1871, without surviving issue, 
"when his Viscountcy and Earldom became extinct. 



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ELLESMERE, EARL OF. (EGERTON.) 

FRANCIS CHARLES GRANVILLE 
3rd Earl. Born April 5th, 1847; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1862; was educated 
at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
is Capt. of the Duke of Lancaster's Own 
Yeomanry Cavalry : married ( 1 868) Lady 
Katherine Louisa Phipps, daughter of the 
2nd Marquess of Normanby, P.C., and has 
issue, living, 

Sow, Viscount Brackley, b. 1872. Francis Wil- 
liam George, b. 1S/4. 
So until. Daughters, Mabel Laura, b. 186Q. Alice Con- 

stance, b. 18/0. Beatrice Mary, b. 1S71. 
Brother living, Alfred John Francis, b. 1854. 

Patron of three livings, Brackley, V. Northamptonshire. Worsley,V. WalkdenMoor, 
V. Lancashire. 

Creation, Viscount Brackley and Earl of Ellesmere, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1846. 

SJrtns, Argent : a lion rampant, gules, between three pheons, sable. Crest, On a 
chapeau d'etat, gules, turned up ermine, a lion rampant, of the first, supporting an arrow, 
or, feathered and headed, argent. Supporters, Dexter, a horse, argent, ducally gorged, or ; 
sinister, a griffin, with wings elevated, also argent, gorged as the dexter. 

Seat, Worsley-hall, Manchester. Town Residence, Rridgvfa.ter -house, St. James's. 

ELLESMERE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George 
Granville Francis, 2nd Earl of Ellesmere. He was b. June 15, 1823, and succeeded his 
father, who assiimed the name of Sgerton on inheriting the Bridgwater estates, Feb. 18. 
1857 : m. April 29, 1846, Lady Mary Louisa Campbell, daughter of the 1st Earl of Cawdor ; 
and d. Sept. 19, I8(i2 r having had issue two sons. 

ELLESMERE, Dowager Countess of, MARY LOUISA CAMPBELL, daughter 
of the 1st Earl of Cawdor; m. 1846, the 2nd Earl of Ellesmere, who 
d. 1862. 
Residence, Burwood House, Cobham, Surrey. 

Ellicott, surname of the Bishop of Gloucesterjand Bristol, 

Elliot, family name of the Earl of Minto. 

Ellis (Agar-Ellis), family name of Viscount Clifden. 

,, family name of Baron Howard de Walden. 
Elmley, Viscount, son of Earl Beauchamp. (see Beauchamp.) 

ELPHINSTONE, BARON. (ELPHINSTONE.) 

WILLIAM BULLER FULLERTON ELPHI!?- 
STOXE, 15th Baron, in the peerage of 
Scotland, a Representative Peer of Scot- 
land, son of Lieut. -Col. James Drum- 
mond Buller Fullerton-Elphinstone, 
grandson of the 10th Baron Elphinstone. 
Born Nov. 18th, 1828 ; succeeded his cousin 
in 1861 ; entered the Royal Navy in 1841, 
became Lieut. 1848, and Commander, 
1856; placed on retired list 1870; served 
in the Crimea, 1854 7 \ has the Burmese 




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Crimean, Ealtic, and Turkish medals ; is a Knight of the Medjidie, a Dep. 
Lieut, of Lanarkshire and a Magistrate for Mid-Lothian ; appointed a 
Lord in Waiting to the Queen 1874: married (1864) Lady Constance 
Euphemia Woronzow Murray, daughter of the 6th Earl of Dunmore, and 
has issue, living, 

Son*. James Drummond, Master of Elphinstone, b. 1865. Sidney Herbert, b. 1863. 

Mountstuart William, b. 1S/1. 

Daughters, Lilian, b. 1867. Constance Lothian, b. 1873. 

Brothers living, Edward Charles, b. 1832, m. 1859. George James, b. 1840. 
Sinters firing, Gertrude, 6. 1826, m. 1850, (Hope). Clementina Fleming, b. 1827, m. 1358, 

(Jones). Anna Maria,*. 1829, JM. 1857, (Graham-Montgomery). Elizabeth Mary, b. 1834, 

m. I860, (Montgomery). 
Created Baron Elphinstone, in the peerage of Scotland, 1509- 

?lnns, Quarterly; 1st grand quarter, argent, a chevron, sable, between three boars' 
heads erased, gules, armed of the field, and langued, azure, hlphinstone: 2nd grand 
quarter, quarterly; 1st, gules, a chevron, or, within a double tressure, flory counterflory, 
argent, Fleming; 2nd, azure, three frases, argent Fraser; 3rd, argent, on a chief, gules, three 
pallets, or, Keith ; 4th, or, three bars, wavy, gules, Drummond: 3rd grand quarter, argent, 
a chevron, between three otters' heads, erased, gules, within a bordure of the last?, 
Fuller ton; 4th grand quarter; sable, on a cross, argent, square pierced of the field, four 
eagles, displayed of the first, in the dexter quarter an arm embowed, proper, issuing out of a 
naval crown, the hand holding a trident, or, Buller. Crest, A lady, from the waist upwards, 
richly habited in red, her arms extended, the right hand supporting a tower, and the left 
holdi.ig a branch of laurel, all proper. Supporters, Two wild men, wreathed about the 
tsmples and loins with laurel, and holding on their exterior shoulders clubs, proper. 

Seat, Carberry-tower, Musselburgh, N.B. Clubs, Carlton, Maryborough. 

ZLPIIINSTOHX Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, John 
Elphinstone Fleming, 14th Baron Klphiristone, who was A. Dec. 11, 1819; succeeded his 
cousin, July 19, I860; was a Lieut. Colonel in the Army, and d. unmarried Jan. 13, I86l. 

ELY, BISHOP OF, see Lords Spiritual." 



ELY, MARQUESS OF. 

Loyal a la mort. 
Loyal to death. 




Take me such as I am. 



(LOFTDS.) Sits as BARON LOFTUS. 

JOHN HENRY WELLINGTON GRAHAM 
LOFTUS, 4th Marquess, and a Baronet. 
Born Nov. 22nd, 1849; succeeded his fa- 
ther in 1857 ; educated at Harrow. 

Heir presumptive, His uncle, George William, 
son of John, 2nd Marquess. B. 1815, m. 184ti, 
Martha, daughter of the late J. Fuller, Esq., of 
Norwich (this lady died, 1858). 

Sister living, Marion Jane, b. 1846, m. 1867, 
(Springfield.) 

Creations, Baron Loftus, 1785, Viscount 
Loftus, 1789, Earl of Ely, 1791, Marquess of 
Ely, 1800, all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron 
Loftus, of Long Loftus, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom, 1801. A Baronet, 17S(i. 



xlrms, Sable : a chevron engrailed, ermine, between three trefoils slipped, argent, 
Crest, A boar's head, erased and erect, argent. Supporters, Two eagles, argent, beaked, 
membered, and wings inverted, or, each charged on the breast with a trefoil slipped, vert. 

Seats, Ely-lodge, Enniskillen, (co.) Fermanagh ; and Loftus-hall, (co.) Wexford, 
Ireland. 



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ELY, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Henry, 3rd Marquess of Ely. He was b. Jan. 19, 1814, and succeeded his father, Sept. 26, 
1845 : m. Oct. 29, 1844, Jane, daughter of James J. Hope-Vere, Esq. of Blackwood, N B 
and d. July 15, 1857, having had issue a son and a daughter. 

ELY, Marchioness of, JANE, daughter of James Joseph Hope-Vere, Esq. of 
Blackwood, KB. ; b. 1821: m. 1844, the 3rd Marquess of Ely, who d. 1857. 
Residences, same as the Marquess of Ely. 



EMLY, BAKON. (MONSELL.) 

WILLIAM MONSELL, P.O., 1st Baron 
son of the late William Monsell, Esq., of 
Tervoe, co. Limerick, by Olivia, eldest 
daughter of Sir John Allen Johnson 
Walsh, 2nd Bart. Born Sept. 21st, 1812; 
educated at Winchester and at Oriel 
College, Oxford. Js a P.C. (1855), Lord 
Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum of the co. 
and city of Limerick, and was High 
Sheriff thereof 1835 ; is also a Magistrate 

___^^^^ for co. Clare, Col. of the Limerick Militia;, 

^Advise with wit^~ and author of various pamphlets con- 

nected with Ireland and Education. Was 
Clerk to the Ordnance from Dec. 1853 till the abolition of the office Feb. 
1857. President of the Board of Health from Feb. till Sept. 1857, Vice- 
President of the Board of Trade in 1866, Under Secretary of State for the 
Colonies from Dec. 1868 till Jan. 1871, and Postmaster-General, without a 
seat in the Cabinet, from Jan. 1871 till Nov. 1873. Is well known as the early 
advocate of "reproductive employment" during the Irish famine of 1846 7. 
Sat as M.P. for Limerick co. (L.) 1847 73. Married 1st (1836) Lady Anna 
Maria Charlotte who died 1855 only daughter of the 2nd Earl of 
Dunraven, and 2ndly (1857) Berthe, 3rd daughter of the Comte de Montigny, 
and has issue, living, 

Son, Gaston Thomas William, b. 1858. 
Daughter, Mary Olivia. 

Creation. Baron Emly, of Tervoe, in the county of Limerick, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom 1873. 




, Argent, a chevron between three mullets sable, a trefoil slipped of the first. 
Crest, A lion rampant proper, holding in the paws a mullet sable. Supporters. On either 
side a lion proper, gorged with a collar vaire, pendent theretrom an escutcheon charged! 
with the arms of Monsell. 

Seats, Chateau de Drouilly, Maitoire; Tervoe, Limerick. 
Clubs, Athenseum , Stafford. 



Emlyn, Viscount, M.P., son of the Earl of Cawdor. (see Cawdor.) 
Encom.be, Viscount, Earl of Eldon. (see Eldon.) 



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I will defend. 



ENFIELD, VISCOUNT. (BYNG.) Sits as BARON STRAFFORD. 

GEORGE HENRY CHARLES BYNG, Vis- 
count Enfield by courtesy, eldest son of 
the 2nd Earl of Strafford. Born Feb. 
22nd, 1830 Educated at Eton and at 
Christ Church. Oxford (B.A. 4th class 
Classics 1852, M.A. 1854). Was attached 
to Lord John Russell's special mission to 
Vienna 1855, and was Parliamentary Se- 
cretary to the Poor Law Board 1865 66, 
and Under-Secretary of State for Fo- 
reign Aflairs from Dec. 1870 till Feb. 1874. 
Is a Magistrate and Dep. Lieut, for Mid- 
dlesex; and Hon. Col. of the 2nd Middlesex 
Militia. Sat as M.P. for Tavistock (L.) 18527, and for Middlesex 1857 
74, when he was an unsuccessful candidate- Married (1854) Lady Alice 
Harriet Frederica Egerton, daughter of the 1st Earl of Ellesmere, K.G. 

Brothers living, Henry William John, b. 1831, m. 1863. Rev. Francis Edmund Cecil 

b. 1835, m. 1st 1859, 2ndly 18t)6. 
Half-Brothers lining, Charles Cavendish George, b. 184Q. Alfred John George, b. 1S58. 

Julian Hedworth George, b. 1852. 
Sisters lining, Agnes Mary Georgiana, b. 1833, m. 1858 (Joliffe), divorced 18/2. Mary 

Caroline Charlotte, b. 1838. m. 1862 (Arkwright) .Victoria Alexaudrina Anna Maria, b. 

1842, m. 1870 (Fuller). 
Half- Sisters lining, Susan Catherine Harriet, b. 1854. Elizabeth Henrietta Alice, b. 1855. 

Margaret Florence Lucy, b. I860. 

Creation, Called up (1874) in his father's Barony of StrafFord 1835. 
arms, Quarterly: sable and argent, in the first quarter a lion rampant of the second, 
over all (for an honourable augmentation) in bend sinister, a representation of the colours 
of the 31st Regiment of Foot. (Citsts, 1st, (of honourable augmentation) out of a mural 
crown, an arm embowed, grasping the colours of the said regiment, and pendent from the 
wrist by a riband, the gold cross, presented by His Majesty's command as a mark of bir> 
royal approbation for distinguished services, and on an escrol, the word " Mouguere-." 
2nd, an heraldic antelope ermine, attired and crined, or. Supporters, Dexter, an heraldic 
antelope ermine, attired and crined or ; sinister, a lion or. 

Seat, Woodlands, Weybridge. Town Residence, 7, Charles -street, Berkeley-sq., W. 
Clubs, Boodle's, White's, Brooks's. 

Ennishowen, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Donegall. 



ENNISKILLEN, EARL OF. 




Worship God; serve the king. 



(COLE.) Sits as BARON GRINSTEAD. 
WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY COLE, D.C.L. 
LL.D. F.R.S. M.R.I. A. 3rd Earl. Born 
Jan. 25th, 1807 ; succeeded his father in 
1840; was educated at Harrow, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford; was M.P. for Fer- 
managh, 1831 40; has been Col. of the 
Fermanagh Militia since 1834, and is a 
Dep. Lieut, of Fermanagh, a Magistrate 
for cos. Cavan, Leitrim, and Fermanagh, a 
D.C.L. of the Universities of Oxford and 
Durham, and LL.D. of Trinity College, 
Dublin : married (1844) Jane, eldest 
daughter of the late James Archibald 
Casamajor, Esq. (this lady died, 1855), and 
has issue, living, 



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Sons, Lowry Egerton, Viscount Cole, b. 1815; was educated at Eton: appointed Ensign 
in the Rifle Brigade, 1865, and retired, 1863 : /. 1869, Charlotte Marion, daughter of the 
late Douglas Baird, Esq., of Closeburn, N.B. Residence, Hartford-grange. Northwich, 
Cheshire. 
Arthur Edward Casamajor, b. 1851. 

Da >< 3 liters, Charlotte Jane, b. 1847, m. 18/4, (Barry) .Florence Mary, b. 1849, m. 1370' 
Viscount Crichton, M. P. Alice Elizabeth, b. 1853. Jan- Evelyn, b. 1855. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1865), the Hon. Mary Emma Brodrick, daughter 

of Charles, 6th Viscount Midleton. 

Brothers living, Henry Arthur, M.P. b. 180Q. John Lowry, b. 1813. 

Creations, Baron Mountflorence, 1760, Viscount Enniskillen, 1776, Earl of Ennis- 
killen, 1789, all in the peerage of Ireland, Baron Grrmtead, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom, 1815. 

linns, Argent: a bull passant, sable, within a bordure of the second, charged with 
eight bezants ; on a canton, azure, a harp, or, stringed, argent. iTrrst, A demi-dragori, 
wings elevated, vert, holding a dart in the dexter paw, and resting the sinister on an an- 
tique buckler, charged as the canton. Supporter* , Two dragons, reguardant, vert, each 
holding in the inner fore paw a dart, proper. 

Seat, Florence- court, (co.) Fermaiiagh, Ireland. Town Residence, 65, Eaton-place, 
S.W. Clubs, Carlton, Athenaeum, Sackville Street (Dublin). 

ENNISKILLEN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Willoughby, K.P. 2nd Earl of Enniskillen, who was K. March 23, 1768 -, succeeded his father, 
May 22, 1803;,- and was afterwards made a Peer of Great Britain as Baron Grinstead, irilfi ; 
his lordship was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Fermanagh and was a Repre- 
sentative Peer; m. Oct. 15^ 1805, Charlotte, daughter of the 1st Earl of Uxbridge, (shed. 
1S17) : and d. March 31, 1840, having issue four sons and a daughter. 

Ennismore, Viscount, son of the Earl of Listowel. (see Listowel.) 
JEnzie, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Huntly. 

ERNE, EARL OF. (CRICHTON.) 

JOHN CRICHTON, K.P. 3rd Earl, in 
the peerage of Ireland, Lord Lieut, 
and Custos Rotulorum of Fermanagh ; 
a Representative Peer for Ireland ; sonT of 
Lieut.-Col. the Hon. John Crichton, (who 
was 2nd son of John, 1st Earl), by Jane, 
daughter of Walter Weldon, Esq. Born 
July 30th, 1802; succeeded his uncle in 
1842; was educated at Christ Church, 
Oxford: married (1837) Selina Griselda, 
2nd daughter of the late Rev. Charles 
Cobbe Beresford, and has issue, living, 

Sons, John Henry, Viscount Crichton, M.P. b. 1839 ; was educated at Eton and at Christ 
Church, Oxford (B.A. 1861, M.A. 18631 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for (co.) 
Fermanagh; was elected M.P. for Enniskillen (C.) 1868; m. 1870, Lady Florence Mary 
Cole, daughter of the 3rd Earl of Enniskillen, and has with other issue, Henry William, 
b. 1872. Residences, same as the Earl of Erne. Clubs, Carlton, White's. 
Charles Frederick, b. 1841, m. 1873. Henry George Louis, b. 1844, m. 1869. 

Sisters living, Charlotte. Mary, m. 1856, (King). 

Creations, Baron Erne of Crom Castle, 1768, Viscount Erne, 1781, Earl of Erne, 
1789, all in the peerage of Ireland. 




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Argent : a lion rampant, azure. (Trcst, A wyvern's head couped at the neck, 
vert, emitting flames, proper. Supporters, Two lions, azure, on the head of each aii earl's 
coronet, proper. 

Seat, Crom-castle, Newtown Butler, Fermanagh. Town Residence, 95, Eaton- 
square, S.VV. Club, Carlton. 

ERNE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Abraham, 2nd 
Earl of Erne, who succeeded his father, Sept. 15, 1328, and d, unmarried, June 20. 1842. 

Erris, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Kingston. 



ERROLL, EARL OF. 




Preserve the yoke. 



(HAY.) Sits as BARON KILMARXOCK. 

WILLIAM HARRY HAY, 18th Karl. Born 
May 3rd, 18-3; succeeded his father in 
1846; was educated at Eton ; entered the 
Grenadier Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 
1840, exchanged to the Rifle Brigade as 
Lieut. J841, became Capt. 1847, Major 
1854, and retired 1860; served in the 
Crimea, and was severely wounded at the 
Alma; has received the Crimean medal 
and clasp, and the order of the Medjidie. 
Is Hereditary Lord High Constable and 
Knight Marischal of Scotland : married 
(1848) Eliza Amelia, a Lady of the Bed- 



chamber to Her Majesty, eldest daughter of Gen. the Hon. Sir Charles 
Gore, G.C.B., K.H., and has issue, living, 

Sons, Charles Gore, Lord Kilmarnock, b. 1852; educated at Harrow; appointed Cornet 
Royal Horse Guards, 1869, Lieut. 1872, and Capt. la/5 : m. 18/5, Mary Caroline, youngest 
daughter of the late Edmund and Lady Harriett L'Estrange. Rtsidence, 6, Beauford 
Gardens, S.W Arthur, h. 1855. Francis, b. 1864. 
Daughters, Cecilia Leila, b. I860. Florence Agnes Adelaide, b. 1872. 
Ulster living, Alice Mary Emily, b. 1835, m. 1874, (D'Albanie.) 

Creations, Baron Hay and Earl of Erroll, in the peerage of Scotland, 1452, Baron 
Kilmarnock, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1831. 

&vms, Argent: three escutcheons, two and one, gules. Crest, A falcon rising, 
proper, ^upportrrs, Two peasants, in russet habits, each holding an ox yoke, resting on 
his exterior shoulder, proper. 

Seat, Slains-castle, Cruden, Aberdeerishire. 

ERROLL, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
George, K.T. G.C.H. IJth Earl of Erroll. He was b. Feb. 21, I8ul, and succeeded his 
father, Jan. 20, I8ig : m. Dec. 4, 1820, Lady Elizabeth Fitz Clarence, sister of the 1st Earl 
of Munster, and d. April iy, i84G, having had issue one son and three daughters. Her 
ladyship d. in 1856. 

ERSKINE, BARON. (ERSKINE.) 

THOMAS AMERICUS ERSKINE, 3rd Baron, 
Born May 3rd, 1802; succeeded his father 
in 1855 ; was educated at Harrow and at 
Edinburgh ; was appointed Attache at 
Turin 1824, at Naples 1S25, and at 
Lisbon 1827: married (1830) Louisa, 
daughter of George Newnham, Es-j. and 
widow of Thomas Legh, Esq. (this lady 
died, 1807.) 

Brut hers tiring, John Cadwalladcr, heir pre- 
sumptive, b. 1805 ; was educated at Haileybury; 




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entered the Bengal Civil Service, 1826; appointed Assistant Collector and Magistrate of 
Dacca, 1829 ; Assistant Secretary in the Judicial and Territorial Department, 1830 , and, after 
being appointed to and holding the offices of Joint Magistrate and Dep. Collector cf 
Benares (1832), Assistant Commissioner of Revenue (1836), Political Agent at Sulathoo 
(1841), and British Resident at Nepaul, retired from the Service in 1853: TO. 1st, 
182Q,' Margaret, daughter of John Martyn, Esq. (she d. 1862) ; 2ndly, 1865, Mary 
Louisa, daughter of Col. Alexander Campbell, C.B. K.H. of Blackburn-house, Ayrshire, 
and has, with other issue, William Macnaghten, b. 1841 (late an officer in the Qth 
Lancers), who m. 1864, Caroline Alice Martha, daughter of the late William Grimbh, 
Esq. of Albany- street, Regent' s-park. Residence, 35, Upper Seymour-street, W. 

Clubs, Oriental, Conservative. 
David, m. 1839. Edward Morris, m. 1847. James Stuart, b. 1822, m. 1853. 

Sisters living, Frances, m. 1824, (Shaw). Elizabeth, 4.1812, TO. 1832, Sir St. Vincent 
Keeiie Hawkins-Whitshed, 2nd Bart. 

Creation, Baron Erskine of Restormel Castle, in the peerage of the United King- 
dom, 1806. [The first Baron was the celebrated lawyer.] 

firms, Quarterly: 1st, argent, a pale, sable, Erskine; 2nd, azure, a bend, between 
six cross crosslets fitchee, or, Marr ; 3rd, or, a fesse, cheeky, azure, and argent, Stuart 
of Kirkhill; 4th, argent, three bars gemelles, gules, surmounted by a lion rampant, sable, 
Fairfax. (!Tre3t. A dexter arm embowed and grasping a club, proper. Supporters, Dexter, 
a heron, wings inverted, holding in the beak an eel, proper ; sinister, a grimii, wings elevated, 
gules ; each charged with a mullet for difference. 

Residence, Mickleham, Dorking, Surrey. Club, Oriental. 



ERSKINE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, David 
Montague, 2nd Baron Erskine, who was b. 1776 ; succeeded his father, Nov. 17, 1823; 
m. 1st, Jan. 3, 1800, Frances, daughter of General CadwaUader, of Philadelphia, (she rf. 1843), 
having issue five sons and ten daughters ; his lordship m. 2ndly, July 29, 1843, Arm 
Bond, daughter of John Travis, Esq. (she d. 1851); Srdly, Dec. 21, 1852, Anna, widow 
of Thomas Caldeiwood Durham, Esq. and d. March 19, 1855, without issue from las* 
marriages. 



ERSKINE, Baroness, ANNA, daughter of William Cunninghame 
Cunnmghame Graham, Esq. of Gartinore: m. 1st, Thomas Calderwood 
Durham, Esq. of Largo, (he d. 1842) ; 2ndly, 1852, as his 3rd wife, the 
2nd Baron Erskine, (he d. 1855) ; 3rdly, 1856, as his 2nd wife, the Ven. 
John Sandford, B.D., who d. 1873, Archdeacon of Coventry, and Rector 
of Alvechurch. 
Residence, The Greenways, Leamington. 



Erskine, family name of the Earl of Buchan. 

Earl of Mar and Kellie. 

(St. Clair-Erskine), family name of the Earl of Rosslyn. 

Eskdaile, Lord, grandson of the Duke of Buccleuch. (see Buccleuch.) 
Eslington, Lord, son of the Earl of Bavensworth. (see Ravensworth.) 



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187 




By fidelity and fortitude. 



ESSEX, EAKL OF. (CAPEL.) 

ARTHUR ALGERNON CAPEL, 6th Earl, 
and 7th Baron, son of the Hon. John 
Thomas Capel, 2nd son of the 4th Earl of 
Essex. Born Jan. 28th, 1803; succeeded 
his uncle in 1839; is a Magistrate for 
Hertfordshire: married 1st (1825), Lady 
Caroline Jeannetta Beauclerk, 3rd daugh- 
ter of the 8th Duke of St. Alban's, (this 
lady died, 1862,) and has issue, living, 

Suns, Arthur de Vere, Viscount Maiden, b. 1826; 
was educated at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst ; entered the Army as Lieut, in Rifle 
Brigade, 1844, exchanged into the Koyal Horse 



Guards, and retired in 1852; has been Lieut. -Col. in the Herts Yeomanry Cavalry since 
1854; is a Magistrate for Hertfordshire: m. 1853, Emma Martha, daughter of Sir 
H. Meux, 1st Bart., and has, with other issue, George Devereux de Vere, b. 1857. Resi- 
dence, 39, Lowndes- street, S.W. 
Reginald Algernon, b. 1830, m. 1858. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1863), Lady Louisa Caroline Elizabeth Boyle, 
daughter of Viscountess Dungarvan, and sister of the 9th Earl of Cork, 
K.P., and has issue, living, 
Son, Arthur Algernon, b. 1864. 
Dttug h ter, Beatrice Mary, b. 1870. 

Brothers living, Algernon Henry Champagne, b. ISO", m. 1834, Adolphus Frederic Charles 
Molyneux, b. 1813, m. 1834. 



Sinters living, Mary, b. 1808, Amelia, 



Patron of three livings, Watford, V. Hertfordshire. 
V. Warwickshire. 



1811, m. 1857, (Blackwood). 

Rayne, R. Essex. 



Shuttington, 



Creations, Baron Capel of Hadham, l64l, Viscount Maiden and Earl of Essex, 1661, 
in the peerage of England. 

9rms, Gules : a lion rampant, between three cross crosslets fitchee, or. (Crest, A 
demi-lion rampant, supporting a cross crosslet fitchee, or. Supporters, Two lions, or, 
ducally crowned, gules. 



Seat, Cassiobury-park, Watfoid, Hertfordshire, 
place, S.W. Club, Travellers'. 



Town Residence, 23, Chesham- 



ESSEi, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, George, D.C.L. 
5th Earl of Essex, who was b. Nov. 13, 1757, succeeded his father, March 5, 1799: m. 1st, 
June 6, 1786, Sarah, daughter of Henry Bazett, Esq. of St. Helena, (she d. 18*8) ; his 
lordship m. 2udly, April 14, 1838, Catherine, daughter of E. Stephens, Esq. of Leadweli; and 
d. April 23, 183y, without issue from either marriage. 

ESSEX, CATHERINE, Countess of, daughter of Edward Stephens, Esq. 
b. 1794:. m. 1838, the 5th Earl of Essex, who d. 1839. 
Residence, 9, Belgrave-square, S.W. 



Euston, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Grafton. 
Evans-Freke, family name of Baron Carbery. 




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Eveleigh. de Moleyns, surname of Baron Ventry. 

EYERSLEY, VISCOUNT. (SHAW-LEFEVRE.) 

CHARLES SHAW-LEFEVRE, P.C. D.C.L. 
LL.D. 1st Viscount, son of Charles 
Shaw, Esq. M.P. for Reading, 180220, 
who assumed the additional surname of 
Lefevre on his marriage with Helena, 
only daughter of John Lefevre, Esq. of 
Heckfield, Southampton. Born Feb. 
22nd, 1794;' was educated at Winchester, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. 
1815, M.A. 1819; created Hon. D.C.L. of 
Oxford, 1858, and Hon. LL.D. of Cam- 
without changing. bridge, 1864) ; called to the Bar at Lincoln's 
Inn, 1819, and is a Bencher of his Inn ; 
sat as M.P. for Downton, 1830, for Hampshire, 183157 ; was Speaker of the 
House of Commons, 1839 57 ; and 2nd Church Estates Commissioner, 
1858 9 ; has been an Ecclesiastical Commissioner since 1859, and Governor 
of the Isle of Wight, and of Carisbrooke Castle since 1857, Lieut. -Col. Hants 
Yeomanry since 1831, and Hon. Lieut. -Col. since 1868. Is Yeomanry Aide- 
de-Camp to the Queen, with the rank of Colonel in the Army, a Trustee of 
the British Museum, a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Hampshire, Chair- 
man of the Hampshire Quarter Sessions, and High Steward of Winchester : 
married (1817) Emma Laura, 2nd daughter of Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M.P. 
by Lady Elizabeth, daughter of the 1st Earl Grey, K.G. (this lady died, 
1857), and has issue, living, 

Daughters, Emma Laura. Helena, m. 1851, Sir Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay, 
5th Bart. 

Brothers It ring, Sir John George Shaw-Lefevre, K.C.B. D.C.L. F.R.S. b. 1797-, was 
educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. Senior Wrangler, 1818, M.A. 
Fellow of his College, 1821), a Member of the Senate of the University of London; 
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple, 1824, and made a Bencher 1856; was Under- 
secretary for the Colonies, 1833, a Poor Law Commissioner, 1834, M.P. for Petersfield, 
18304, Joint Assistant- Secretary to the Board of Trade, 1841 ; Deputy Clerk of the 
Parliaments, 184856, and Clerk of the Parliaments, 185675 ; held for some years 
the offices of Civil Service Commissioner and Church Estates Commissioner . m. 1824, 
the 5th daughter of Ichabod Wright, Esq. Residence, 18, Spring-gardens, W.C. 
Henry Francis Shaw-Lefevre, Esq. a merchant in the city of London and Russian 
Consul : m. 1st, Helen, daughter of Sir John Gaspard de Marchant. (she d. 1833} , 2ndly, 
Elizabeth Emma, daughter of the Rev- John Foster, (she d. 1842). 

Creation, Viscount Eversley of Heckfield, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 
1857. 

3rms, Sable : a chevron, argent, between two trefoils, slipped, in chief, and a bezant, 
in base, therefrom issuant a cross patee, or. (Crest, Six arrows, interlaced, saltirewise, 
three and three, proper, within an annulet, or. Supporters, On either side, a talbot, that 
on the dexter, gales, on the sinister, sable, each charged on the shoulder with a mace 
erect, gold. 

Seat, Heckfleld-place, Winchfield, Hampshire. 
Town Residence, 114, Eaton-square, S.W. 
Clubs, Athenaeum, Boodle's, Brooks's, Fox. 

EXETER, BISHOP OF, see " Lords Spiritual." 




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EXETER, MARQUESS OF. (CECIL.) 

WILLIAM ALLEYNE CECIL, P.C. 3rd 
Marquess, Hereditary Grand Almoner. 
Born April 80th, 1825 ; succeeded his 
father in 1867 ; was educated at Eton, and 
at St. John's College, Cambridge, (M.A. 
1847) ; sat as M.P. for South Lincolnshire, 
1847 57. and for North Northampton- 
shire, 1857 67 ; appointed Militia Aide- 
de-Camp to the Queen, 1856, and Treasurer 
of the Household, 1866 ; was Capt. of Her 
Majesty's Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at- 
One heart, oneway. Arms, 1867 8, from Feb. to Dec. 1874. 

Is a Dep. Lieut, of Northamptonshire, a 

Magistrate for that county, Lincolnshire, and Rutland, Gustos Rotulorum 
of the Soke of Peterborough, and Lieut.-Col. Commandant of the North- 
amptonshire, and Rutland Militia: married (1848) Lady Georgiaua Sophia 
Pakenham, 2nd daughter of the 2nd Earl of Longford, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Brownlow Henry George, Lord Burghley, b. 1849; educated at Eton ; appointed 

Ensign and Lieut. Grenadier Guards, 1870, and Lieut, and Capt. 1872; is a Dep. 

Lieut, of Lincolnshire : m. 1875, Isabella, daughter of Sir Thomas Whichcote, 7th Bart. 

Francis Horace Fierrepont, b. 1851 : m. 1874, Edit h, youngest daughter of W. Cunliffe- 

Brooks, Esq., M.P. William, b. 1854. John Pakenham, b. 1867. 
Daughters, Isabella Georgiana Katheririe, b. 1853. Mary Louisa Wellesley, /;. 1857. 

Catherine Sarah, b. 1861. Frances Emily, b. 1862. Louisa Alexandria, b. 1864. 
Brothers living, Brownlow Thomas Montague, b. 1827, m. 1854. Adelbert Percy, b. 1841. 
Sisters lining, Mary Frances, b. 1832, m. 1861, Viscount Sandon, M.P. eldest son of the 

Earl of Harrowby. Victoria, b. 1843, m. 1866, the Hon. William Charles Evans-Freke, 

brother of the 7th Baron Carbery. 

Patron of seventeen livings, Great Casterton, R. Barrowden, R. Ryhall,V. Rutland. 
Easton R. Northamptonshire. St. Clement's Danes, R. Westminster, (and with the Lord 
Chancellor) St. Mary, R. Stamford, St. Michael, R. Stamford, St. George, R. Stamford, 
All Saints, V. Stamford, St. Martin, V. Stamford, Wakerley, R. Whittering, R. North- 
amptonshire. Tinwell, R. Rutland. (With Executors of the late R. Newcomb, Esq.) St. John 
Baptist, R. Stamford, (with Sir E. Smith), Carlby, R. (and with J. Whitshed, Esq.) Croyland, 
R. Lincolnshire. 

Creations, Baron Burghley, 1571, Earl of Exeter, 1605, Marquess of Exeter, 1801, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Srtns, Barry of ten, argent and azure, six escutcheons, three, two, and one, sable, 
each charged Wtth a lion rampant, argent. (CresU On a chapeau, gules, turned up with 
ermine, a garb, or, supported by two lions rampant, the dexter, argent, the sinister, azure. 
Supporters, Two lions, ermine. 

Seats, Burghley -house, near Stamford ; Brookfleld House, Ryde, Isle of Wight. 
Clubs, Carlton, Junior Carlton. 

EXETER, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Brownlow, K.G. P.C. LL.D. 2nd Marquess, and llth Earl of Exeter. He was b. July 2, 
1795, and succeeded his father in 1804; was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 1814, LL.D. 1835) ; was Hereditary Grand Almoner ; Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotu- 
lorum of Northamptonshire and Rutland; Groom of the Stole to Prince Albert, 1841 6; 
Lord Chamberlain, 185-2, and Lord Steward, 18589: m. 1824, Isabella, daughter of William 
Stephen Poyntz, Esq, and d. Jan. 16, 1867, having had issue five sons and two daughters. 

EXETER, Dowager Marchioness of, ISABELLA, daughter of William 
Stephen Poyntz, Esq., M.P. : m. 1824, the 2nd Marquess of Exeter, K.G., 
whorf. 1867. 
Residence, 32, Upper Brook-street, W. 



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EXMOUTH, VISCOUNT. (PELLEW.) 

God being my helper. EDWARD PELLEW, 3rd Viscount, and a 

Baronet. Born Feb. 14th, 1811; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1833 ; was in the 
Bengal Civil Service ; enjoys a pension 
of 2000 a year, which is settled on his 
family: married (1850) Madame Madeline 
Honorine Dobrowolski. 

Heir presumptive, His nephew, Edward Fleet- 
wood John, son of the Hon. Fleetwood John 
Pellew, (who d. 1866). B. 186l. 

Sister living, Juliana Sarah, b. 1816, m. 1836, 
(Lane). 

Patron of one living, Christow, V. Devonshire. 

Creation, Baron Exmouth, 1814, Viscount Exmouth, 1816, both in the peerage of 
Great Britain. A Baronet, 1796. 

ISrnts, Gules : a lion passant guardant in base, and in chief two civic wreaths, or ; on 
a chief wavy, argent, a representation of Algiers, and on the dexter side a man-of-war 
bearing the flag of an admiral of the blue. N.B. These arms were granted under royal 
warrant in 1817; the family arms of Pellew being argent, a chevron, gules, and in base 
a civic crown, proper ; and on a chief of the second three mascles of the field. Crrst, In 
waves of the sea the stern of a wrecked ship, inscribed " Button 4" in the back ground a hill, 
upon the top of which a tower with a flag hoisted. Supporters, Dexter, a lion guardant, 
or, navally crowned, azure, his sinister hind paw resting on an increscent, argent ; sinister, 
a human figure intended to represent a Christian slave naked from the waist upwards, a 
cloth round the loins, and the thighs and legs habited in blue and white striped trowsers, 
holding in the right hand a cross, or, and hi his left fetters broken, proper. N.B These 
supporters were granted under the same royal warrant as the arms ; the former supporters 
of Lord Exmouth being, two lions reguardant, proper, navally crowned, plain collared and 
chained, or. 

Seats, Canonteign-house, Dunsford, near Exeter, Devonshire ; Treverry, Cornwall. 
Town Residence, I, Prince of Wales-terrace, Kensington, W. 
C/wis, Carlton, Conservative, White's. 



EXMOUTH, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, PownalL 
Bastard, 2nd Viscount Exmouth. He was b. July l, 1786, and Succeeded his father, 
Jan. 23, 1833 ; was a Captain in the Navy : m. 1st, Oct. 1, 1808, Eli^a Harriet, daughter of 
Sir G. H. Barlow, G.C.B. 1st Bart (this marriage was dissolved in 1820), having had 
issue two sons and a daughter; 2ndly, April 15, 1822, Georgin/ Janet, daughter of M. 
Dick, Esq. and d. Dec. 2, 1833, having had issue three sons and two tTausrhters Her 
ladyship d. 1870. 



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191 




FAIRFAX, BARON. (FAIRFAX.) 

JOHN CONTEE FAIRFAX, M.D., lltli Ba- 
ron, in the peerage of Scotland, son of 
the Hon. Albert Fairfax (eldest son of 
the 9th Baron), by Caroline, daughter 
of Richard Snowden, Esq., of Oakland, 
Prince George, co. Maryland. Born in 
1830; succeeded his brother in 1869; is a 
physician: married (1857) Mary, daughter 
of Col. Edmund Kirby, U.S.A., and has 
issue, living, 
Speak and act. Son,-Albert Kirby, b. June 23rd, 1870. 

Daughters, Caroline Snowden, Josephine, 

Charlie. 

Creation, Baron Fairfax of Cameron, in the peerage of Scotland, 1627. 
arms, Argent : three bars gemelles, gules, surmounted by a lion, sable. Crest, A lion 
passant guardant, gules. Supportfrg, Dexter, a lion guardant, sable ; sinister, a bay horse. 
Residence, Northampton, Bladensburg, Prince George, co. Maryland, America. 

FAIRFAX, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Charles 
Snowden, 10th Baron Fairfax. He was b. Mar. 8, 1829, and succeeded his grandfather in 
1846 ; held various offices in California, including that of Speaker of tne House and Clerk 
of the Supreme Court; m. Jan. 10, 1845, Ada, 2nd daughter of J. S. Benham, Esq. of 
Cincinnati, Ohio ; he d. April 5, 1869, without having had any issue. 

FAIRFAX, ADA, Baroness. 2nd daughter of J. S. Benham, Esq., of 
Cincinnati, Ohio : m. 1845, the 10th Baron Fairfax, who d. 1869. 
Residence, Ranch, San Marin, California. 

Fairford, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Downshire. 
Falconer, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Kintore. 

,, (Keith-Falconer), family name of the Earl of Kintore. 



FALKLAND, VISCOUNT. 




Faithful in both. 



(CART.) Sits as BARON HUNSDOX. 

Lucius BENTINCK CART, P.C. G.C.H. 

10th Viscount. Born Nov. 5th, 1803 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1809; was a Lord of 
the Bedchamber to King William IV. 
1830, a Representative Peer of Scotland, 
1831 2 ; Governor of Nova Scotia, 1840 
6 ; Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, 
1846 8; and Governor of Bombay, 
184853 : married 1st (1830), Lady 
Amelia Fitz-Clarence, youngest sister of 
the 1st Earl of Munster (this lady died, 
1859) ; 2ndly (1859) Elizabeth Catherine, 
widow of the 9th Duke f St. Alban's. 



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Brother living, Plantagenet Pierrepont, R.N., heir presumptive, b. 1806; became a Rear- 
Admiral 1858, Vice- Admiral on Reserved List 1865, and Admiral 1870 : m. 1843, Mary 
Ann, who d. 1863, only child of John Francis Maubert, Esq. Residence, South 
Norwood, S.E. Club, United Service. 

Patron of oue living, Rudby in Cleveland, V. Yorkshire. 

Creation, Viscount Falkland, in the peerage of Scotland, 1620. Baron Hunsdon, of 
Skutterskelfe, Yorkshire, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1832. 

Srms, Quarterly: 1st, argent, on a bend sable, three roses of the field, Carey ; 2nd, 
sable, two bars nebulee ermine, Spencer of Spencercombe ; 3rd, France and England, 
quarterly, within a bordure componee, argent and azure, Beaufort, Duke of Somerset ; 
4th, as 1st. Crest, A swan, wings elevated, proper. .S-uppcwrS, De.rter, an unicorn, 
argent, armed, criiied, tufted, and unguled, or; sinister, a lion guardant, proper, ducaliy 
crowned, and gorged with a plain collar, or. 

Seat, Skutterskelfe, Yarm, Yorkshire. Town Residence, 4, Prince's-gate, S.W. 



FALKLAND, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles 
John, Qth Viscount Falkland. He was b. Nov. 8, 1768, and succeeded his brother, 1/96; 
m. Aug. 25, 1802, Christiana, daughter of Mr. Anton; he d. March 1, 1809, having issue 
three sons and a daughter. Her ladyship d. 1822. 




FALMOUTH, VISCOUNT. (BOSCAWEX.) 

EVELYN BOSCAWEN, Gth Viscount, son of 
the Hon. and Rev. John Evelyn Boscavven, 
Canon of Canterbury. Born March 18th, 
1819: succeeded his coitsin in 1852; was 
educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford; called to the Bar at the Middle 
Temple, 1846 ; is a Dep. Lieut, of Corn- 
wall, and a Magistrate for that county 
and for Kent : married (1845) Mary 
Frances Elizabeth, Baroness Le Despencer, 
(see that title), and has issue, living, 

Patience surpasses knowledge. Sons Evelyn Edward Thomas, b. 1S47; was 

educated at Eton ; appointed Ensign and Lieut. 

in the Coldstream Guards 1866, and Lieut, and Capt. 1870 ; appointed Aide-de-Carnp to 
Sir John Mitchel, Commander of the Forces in Ireland 1875. Is a Magistrate for Kent. 
Residence, -2, St. James's-square, S.W. Clubs, White's, Guards' Marlborough. 
Hugh Le Despencer, b. 1849, m. 1872. John Richard De Clare, b. I860. 

Daughters, Mary Elizabeth Frances Catherine, b. 1846. Edith Maria, b. 1851. Mabe 

Emma, b. 1855. 

Brothers living, The Rev. John Townsend, b. 1820, m. 1851. James Edward, b. 1829. 
Sisters living, Frances, b. 1816, m. 1850, (Somerset). Catherine, b. 1817, m. 1848 (Bagot). 
Florence, b. 1822. Anne, b. 1824, m, 1854, (Randolph), Gertrude Elizabeth, d. is IT.. 
Lucy, b. 1827, wi.1864, (Deane). 

Patron of five livings, St. Mabyn, R. Baldieu, V. Lamorran, R. Stithians, V. St. 
Michael Penkevil, R. Cornwall. 

Creation, Baron Boscawen-Rose, and Viscount Falmouth, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom, 1720. 

g[ rm s, Ermine : a rose, gules, barbed, vert, seeded, or. Crest, A falcon, close. 
Supporters, Two sea lions, argent, gutte de larmes. 

Seats, Tregothnan, Truroj Mereworth Castle, Maidstone. 

Town Residence, 2, St. James's-square, S.W. Clubs, White's, Arthur's, Marl- 
borough. 



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193 



FALMOTJTH, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, George 
Henry, 2nd Earl and 5th Viscount Falmouth. He was b. July 8, 1811, and succeeded his 
father, Dec. 29, 1841 ; was High Steward of Wallingford ; and d. unmarried, Aug. 29, 1852, 
when the Earldom became extinct, and the Viscounty fell to the present Peer. 



Fane, family name of the Earl of Westmorland. 




FARNHAM, BARON. (MAXWELL.) 

SOMERSET RICHARD MAXWELL, 8th 
Baron, in. the peerage of Ireland. Born 
Oct. 18th, 1803 ; succeeded his brother in 
1868; was educated at Armagh School, 
and at Trinity College, Dublin ; was M.P. 
for co. Cavan 1838 40 : married 1st 
(1839) Dorothea, who died 1861, 
daughter of the Hon. R. Pennefather, a 
Baron of the Irish Exchequer; 2ndly (1864) 
Mary Anne, who died 1873, daughter of 
the late Samuel Delap, Esq. of Monellan. 



Brothers living, James Pierce, heir presump- 
I am ready. five, b. 1813; entered the Army 1834, became 

Lieut. 1837, Capt. 1841, Major 50th Foot, 

1854, Lieut.-Col. 1854 (placed on half-pay 1855), and Lieut.-Col. 9/th Foot, I860; retired 
I860. Served with the 50th Foot in the Crimea, was present at the battle of the Alma, 
and at the siege of Sebastopol, where he was severely wounded in the head ; has the 
Crimean medal and two clasps, the order of the Medjiclie, and the Turkish War 
Medal. Was M.P. for Cavan, 184365. Residence, 45, Curzon-street, Mayfair. 
Clubs, Carlton, Army and Navy, and Sackville- street (Dublin). 
William George, b. 1821. 

Sister living, Harriet Margaret, b. 1805, m. 1826, the 3rd Viscount Bangor; 2ndly, 1841, 

(Nugent). 

Creation, Baron Farnham of Farnham, in the peerage of Ireland, 1756. 

firms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, argent, a saltire, sable, and a chief, paly of six, argent 
and sable ; -2nd and 3rd, barry of six, argent and gules. Crest, A stag's head erased, pro- 
per. Supporters, Two stags, proper. 

Seats, Farnham, and Arley- cottage, (co.) Cavan, Ireland. 

Town Residence, US, Newington-green-road, N.E. 



FARNHAM, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Henry, K.P. 7th Baron Farnham, a Representative Peer for Ireland. He was b. 1799, 
and succeeded his father, Oct. 19, 1838; was M.P. for Cavan, 182438: m. Dec. 3, 1828, 
the Hon. Anna Frances Esther Stapleton, youngest daughter of the 22nd Baron Le 
Despencer, both were killed and burned to ashes in a fearful accident which happened to 
the Irish Limited Mail Train, Aug. 20, 1868, without having had issue. 

Feilding, family name of the Earl of Denbigh. 

Feilding and Callan, Viscount, son of the Earl of Denbigh, (see 
Denbigh.) 



Fentoun, Viscount, title bome by the Earl of Kellie. 



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My God is my rockj 



FEKMOY, BARON. (ROCHE.) 

EDWARD FITZ- EDMUND BURKE ROCHE, 
2nd Baron, in the peerage of Ireland. 
Born May 23rd, 1850 ; succeeded his 
father 1874. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a Ma- 

fistrate for co. Cork, and was High 
heriff of that county 1873. 
Brothers living, James Boothby Burke, heir 
presumptive, b. 1851, (educated at Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge (B.A. 1874). Residence, 69, 
Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Alexis Charles Burke, *. 1853. Ulick De Rupe 
Burke, b. 1856. Edmund Burke, b. 1859. 
Sisters living, Eleanor Charlotte Burke, b. 1854. 
Eliza Caroline Burke, b. 1857. Ethel Kath- 
leen Burke, b. 186l. 
Creation, Baron 'Fermoy, in the peerage of Ireland, 1856. 

STrtng, Gules : three roaches, naiant, in pale, argent ; a cantori rf the last. Crest, 
Standing on a rock, proper, an osprey, or sea eagle, with wings displayed, argent, collared, 
gemelle, azure, membered, or, holding a roach in its claw, j&upportms, Dca-ter, a lion, 
erminois, gorged with a collar, sable, therefrom pendent an escutcheon, gules, charged with 
three roaches, naiant, in pale, argent; sinister, a greyhound, pean, gorged with a collar, or, 
therefrom pendent an escutcheon, per pale, of the second, and gules, charged with throe 
lions, passant guardant, in pale, counterchanged. 

Seats, Trabolgan, Whitegate, co. Cork ; Kilshannig, Rathcormac, co. Cork. 

FEKMOY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Edmund 
Burke, 1st Baron Fermoy. He was b. Aug. 10, 1815. Sat as M.P. for Cork county 1837 
55, and for Marylebone 185965. Was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of the county 
and city of Cork : m. 1848, Eliza Caroline, eldest daughter of James B. Boothby, Esq., of 
Tywford Abbey, Middlesex. He d. Sept. 1874, leaving issue five sons and three daughters. 

FERMOY, Baroness, ELIZA CAROLINE, eldest daughter of James B. 
Boothby, Esq., of Twyford Abbey, Middlesex : m. 1848, the 1st Baron 
Fermoy, who d. 1874. 
Residence, 69, Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Ferrard, Viscount, title borne by Viscount Massereene. 




Honour is the reward of valour. 



FERRERS, EARL. (SHIRLEY.) 

SEWALLIS EDWARD SHIRLEY, 10th Earl, 
and a Baronet. Born Jan. 24th, 1847; 
succeeded his father in 1859 ; was edu- 
cated at Trinity College, Cambridge, (B.A. 
1867, M.A. 1870) ; is a Magistrate and 
a Dep. Lieut, for Leicestershire and Staf- 
fordshire, and a Magistrate for Derby- 
shire. 
Heir presumptive, His cousin, Walter Knight, son 

of the Rev. Walter Waddington Shirley, D.D. 

Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, and 

Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, (who d. 1866). 

B. 1864. Residence, Wyaston-house, Oxford. 



Sister living, Augusta Amelia, b. 1849, m. 1873 (Palmer.) 

Patron of two livings, Shirley, V. Brailsford, R. Derbyshire. 

Creation, Earl Ferrers and Viscount Tamworth, in the peerage of Great Britain, 
1711. A Baronet, l6ll. 



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8nns, Paly of six, or and azure, a canton, ermine. Crest, A Saracen's head in pro- 
file, couped at the neck, proper, wreathed round the temples, or and azure. Supporters, 
Dexter, a talbot, ermine, the ears gules, and ducally gorged, or ; sinister, a reindeer, gules, 
attired and ducally gorged, or, billettee, and charged on the shoulder with a horse-shoe, 
argent. 

Seats, Staunton Harold, Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Leicestershire; Chartley-castle, 
Stafford. Clubs, Carlton, Boodle's. 

FERRERS, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, "Washington 

cwallis, Qth Earl Ferrers, who was b. Jan. 3, 1822 ; succeeded his grandfather, Oct. 2, 1842; 

m. July 23, 1844, Augusta Annabella, daughter of the Very Rev. Lord Edward Chichester ; 

and d. March 13, 1859, having issue two sons and two daughters. Her ladyship re- 

married, 1864, F. H. Walsh, EJq. late Captain 78th Highlanders. 

FERRERS, Countess, AUGUSTA ANNABELLA, daughter of the Very 
Reverend Lord Edward 'Chichester, Dean of Raphoe : m. 1st 1844, the 9th 
Earl Ferrers, who d. 1859; 2ndly 1864, Frederick Henry Walsh, Esq. 
(late Captain 78th Highlanders). 
Residence, Southwood, HUdenborough, Kent, 




FEVERSHAM, EARL OF. 

WILLIAM ERNEST DUNCOMBE, 1st Earl 
and Viscount, and 3rd Baron. Born Jan. 
28th, 1829; succeeded his father in 1867; 
was educated at Eton ; was M.P. for East 
Retford, 1 852 7, and for the North Riding 
of Yorkshire, 1856 67 ; was Capt. in the 
Yorkshire Y"eomanry Hussars 1854 71, 
and has been Lieut.-Col. 2nd North Riding 
Rifle Volunteers since 1860; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for the North 
Riding of Yorkshire, and President 

For God, my king, and my country. of the Y 4 S ! li , r 1 e Q ^^f T . * A g ricul " 

ture: married (1851) Mabel Violet, 2nd 

daughter of the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, G.C.B. 2nd Bart, and has 
issue, living, 

Sorts, William Reginald, Viscount Helmsley, M.P., b. 1852; educated at Eton; served as 
Sub-Lieut. 1st Life Guards,18/2 4 ; appointed Sub-Lieut Yorkshire Hussars 18/5; 
has sat as M.P. for Yorkshire North Riding (C). since Feb. 1874. James Henry, b. 1853. 
Hubert Valentine, b. 1862. Another, b. 1869. 

Daughters, Hermioue Wilhelmina, b. 1864. Mabel Cynthia, b. 1869. Another, t>. 1875. 
Brother lining, Cecil, b. 1832, m. 185p. 

Sisfi-rs Hrinff,Ja,ne, b. 1824, m. 1849, (Parsons) .Gertrude, b. 1827, m. 1849, (Fitz-Roy). 
Helen, b. 1831, m. 1855, (Denison). 

Patron of five livings, Kirkby Misperton, R. Holtby, R, Sutton Full, R. Harome, V. 
Helmsley, V. Yorkshire. 

Creation, Baron Feversham of Buncombe Park, Yorkshire, 1826, Viscount Helmsley, 
of Ili'lmsley, and Earl of Feversham, of Rydedale, both in the North Riding of Yorkshire, 
1868, all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Qvms, Per chevron, engrailed, sules and argent, three talbots' heads erased, counter- 
changed. (Trest, Out of a ducal coronet, a horse's hind leg, sable, hoof upwards, and shod, 
argent'. Supporters, Dexter, a horse, of a dark iron gray colour, gutti-e and ducally gorged 
ur ; sinister, a lion argent, semee of fleurs-de-lis, sable, ducally crowned, or, and issuarit 
Irom the coronet a plume of six ostrich feathers, argent and azure, alternately. 
Seats, Duncombe-park, Yorkshire; The Leases, Bedale, Yorkshire. 
Town Residence, 2, Albert Gate, Hyde Park, S.W. 
Club, Junior Carlton. 



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FEVERSHAM, EarJ of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William, 
2nd Baron. He was b. Jan. 14, 1798, and succeeded his father in 1841 ; was educated at 
Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford ; was M.P. for Yorkshire, 1826 30, and for the Noith 
Riding, 1832 41 ; and a Dep. Lieut, of the North Riding: m. 18_'3, Lady Louisa Stewart, 
3rd daughter of the 8th Earl of Galloway; andd.Feb.ll, 186", having had issue three sons 
and three daughters. 

FEVERSHAM, Baroness, LOUISA, daughter of the 8th Earl of Galloway : 
m. 1823, the 2nd Baron Feversham, who d. 1867. 
Residence, Sandhurst-lodge, Wokingham. 

FFRENCH, BARON. (FFRENCH.) 

THOMAS FFRENCH. 4th Baron, in the 
peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet. Born 
Sept. 13th, 1810; succeeded his father 
in 1860; is a Dep. Lieut, of Galway: 
married (1851 ) Mary Anne, only daughter 
and heiress of Richard Thompson, Esq. 
of Stan sty Hall, Wrexham. 

Brothers living-, Martin Joseph, b. 1813, heir pre~ 
sitmptine ; called to the Irish Bar 1841 ; has 
been Resident Magistrate for co. Tipperary since 
1846: m. 1862, Catherine Mary Anne, only 
I had rather die than be dishonoured. daughter of the ' late John O'Shaughnessy, Esq. 
of Birchgrove, co. Roscommon, and has with other issue, Charles Austen Thomas, l>. 
1868. Residence, Hill House, Cashel. 
Jasper, b. 1822. 

Creation, Baron Ffrench, of Castle Ffrench, Galway, in the peerage of Ireland, 1798. 
A Baronet, 1779. 

arms, Ermine : a chevron, sable. Crest, A dolphin, embowed, proper. ' .Sn.iporta-g 
Dexter, a. falcon, gules, armed, membered, belled, and wings inverted, or; sinister, an 
unicorn, gules, armed, unguled, crined, and tufted, or, and holding in the mouth a rose 
branch with two red roses on it. 

FFRENCH, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles, 
3rd Baron Ffrench. He was A.April 19, 1/86, and succeeded his father. Dec. 9, 1!S14: m. 
Sept. 29, 1809, Maria, daughter of J. Browne, Esq. of Moyne, (she d. 182/); and d. Sept. 24, 
I860, having had issue six sons and one daughter. 

Fiennes (Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes), family name of Baron Saye 
and Sele. 




FIFE, EARL OF. (DUFF.) Sits as BARON SKENE. 

JAMES DUFF, K.T. Lord Lieut, of Banff- 
shire, 5th Earl, son- of Gen. the Hon. Sir 
Alexander Duff, G.C.H. brother of the 
4th Earl. Born July 6th, 1814 ; succeeded 
his uncle in 1857 ; was attached for some 
time to the Embassy at Paris ; was M.P. 
for Banffshire, 1837 57 ; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Elginshire and Aberdeen shire, and a Ma- 
gistrate for those counties, Banffshire, and 
Forfarshire : married (1846) Lady Agnes 
Georgiana Elizabeth Hay, 2nd daughter 

By valour and work. of the 17th Earl of Erroll, (this lady 

died, 1869), and has issue, living, 




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Son, Alex amler William George, Viscount Macduff, M.P., b. 184Q; was educated at Eton ; 
is Lord Lieut, of Elginshire, arid a Dep. Lieut, for Banffshire. Has sat as M.P. for 
Elginshire and Nairnshire (L.) since Feb. 174. Residence, 4, Cavendish -square, \V. 
Clubs, White's, Brooks's, Marlborough. 

Daughters, Anne Elizabeth Clementina, b. 184", ro. 1865, the 5th Marquess Townsliend. 
Ida Louisa Alice, b. 1848. m. 18(57, (Hope), divorced 1873. Alexina, b. 1851, m. 18/0, 
(Coventry). Agues Cecil Emmeliue, b. 1852, m. 1871, Viscount Duppliii. 

Brother living, George Skene, o. 1816. 

Creations, Baron Braco of Kilbryde, 1735, Viscount Macduff and Earl of Fife, 1759' 
all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Skene, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1857. 

Srms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, or, a lion rampant, gules, Duff; 2nd and 3rd, vert, a 
fesse, daiicette, ermine, betweeft a stag's head, cabos^ed, or, in chief, and two escallops, 
argent in base. Duff of Bracu. (Trrst, A knight completely armed, and mounted on a 
horse at full speed, holding in his right hand a sword erect, and on his left arm a shield of 
the arms of Duff; on his helmet a demi-lion, rampant, gules, and a flowing mantle, also 
gules, doubled and tasselled, or; the horse clothed over the neck and body, and down to 
the fetlocks, with a red cloth charged with six shields of the arms of Duff. S'Upportrrs. 
Two wild men, wreathed about the temples and loins with laurel, and holding over the 
exterior shoulder a branch of oak, all proper, 

Scuts, Duff-house, Banff; Balvenie-castle, Duff-town; Auchintoul-house, Aberchirder 
and Rothiemay-house, Huntly, Banftshire; limes-house, Elgin, Westerton-house, Moray; 
Mar-lodge Braemar; Skene-house, Aberdeenshire. 

Town Residence, 4, Cavendish-square, W. Clubs, Reform, Brooks's, Boodle's. 

FIFE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, James, K.T. 
G.C.H. 4th Earl of Fife. He was b. Oct. 6, 1771!, and succeeded his father, April 7, 1811 ; 
was created a Baron of the United Kingdom as Baron Fife, in 1825, and distinguished him- 
self during the Peninsular war as a General in the Spanish Army, into which he had volun- 
teered: m. Sept. o, 1799, Mary Caroline, daughter of J. Manners, Esq. and Louisa, Countess 
of Dysart, (she d. 1805, without issue); and d. March 9, 1857, when the English title became 
extinct. 

Fincastle, Viscount, son of the Earl of Dunmore. 
Finch, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Winchilsea. 

family name of the Earl of Aylesford. 
Finch-Hatton, family name of the Earl of Winchilsea. 

FIXGALL, EARL OF. (PLUNKETT.) Sits as BARON. 

ARTHUR JAMES PLUNKETT, P.C. 10th 
Earl. Barn May 10th, 1819; succeeded 
his father in 1869; entered the 8th Hus- 
sars, 1839, and retired 1857 ; served in the 
expedition to Kertch, and at the siege 
of ^ebastopol ; is a Magistrate for (co.) 
Meath : married (1857) Elise Mary, 
daughter of Mons. A. F. Rio, (this lady 
died, 18')-!), and has issue, living, 
Son, Arthur James, Lord Killeen, b. is.vi. 

Quick without impetuosity D'uiyhtrrs, Mary Louisa, b. I860. Henrietta 

Maria, b. 1861. 




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Brothers living, The Rev. William Matthew, b. 1824.-^-George John, b. 1831. Francis 
Richard, b. 1835, m. 1870. 

Creations, Baron Killeen of Killeeii Castle, 1432, Earl of Fingall, in the peerage of 
Ireland, 1628. Baron Fingall of Woolhampton Lodge, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1831. 

&rms, Sable : a bend, and in the sinister chief a tower, argent. CTitst, A horse 
passant, argent. Supporters, Dexter , a pegasus, per fesse, or and argent ; sinister, an ibex, 
or heraldic antelope, argent, armed, maned, tufted, collared, and chained, or. 

Seat, Killeen-castle, Tara, (co.) Meath, Ireland. 
Clubs, Travellers', Junior United Service. 

FINGALL, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Arthur 
James, K.P. P.C. for Ireland, gth Earl of Fingall. He was b. March 29, 1791, and suc- 
ceeded his father in 1836 : was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Meath : m. Dec. 
11, 1817, Louisa, only daughter of Elias Corbally, Esq. of Corbalton Hall, (co.) Meath. 
Ireland, (she d. 1866) ; and d. April 22, 1869, haviug had issue six; sons and three daughters. 



Fintrie, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Montrose, 
Fisherwick, Baron, title of the Marquess of Donegallon Roll of H,L. 
Fitzalan, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Norfolk. 
Fitzalan-Howard, family name of the Duke of Norfolk. 

,, Barqn Howard of Grlossop, 

Fitz-Clarence> Viscount, son of the Earl of Munster. (see Minister.) 

family name of the Earl of Munster. 

Fitz-G-erald, family name of the Duke of Leinster and Baron Kildare. 
Fitz-Gerald-De-Ros, family name of Baron De Ros. 

FITZ-HABDINGE, BARON. (BERKELEY.) 

FRANCIS WILLIAM FITZ-HARDINGE 
BERKELEY, 2nd Baron. Born Nov. 16th, 
1826; succeeded his father in 1867; was 
educated at Rugby; entered the Army, 
and was Capt. in the Royal Horse 
Guards, 1858 7 : has been Lieut. -Col. 
Royal Gloucestershire Hussars since 1859 ; 
appointed Lieut.-Col. Commandant of the 
South Gloucestershire Militia, 1860, and 
Col. 1868; was M.P. for Cheltenham, 
1856 65 : married (1857) Georgiana, 
daughter of William Holme Sunnier, Esq. 
God with us. of Hatchlands, Surrey. 




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Brother living, Charles Paget Fitz-Hardinge, heir presumptive, b. 1830 ; sat as M. P. for 
Gloucester City, 1863 5 ; unsuccessfully contested Gloucestershire West (L,) Feb. 1874. 
Is a Dep. -Lieut, of Gloucestershire and Sussex, and a Magistrate for West Sussex: 
m. 1856, Louisa Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Henry Lindow-Lindow, Esq. Resi- 
dences, I, Hill Street, Berkeley Street, W.; Old Park, Chichester. 

Sisters lining, Frederica Charlotte Fitz-Hardinge, b. 1825, m. 1845, the 2nd Baron Gifford. 
Fenella Fitz-Hardinge, b. 1832, TO. 1851, (Armytage) . 

Patron of two livings, Cranford, R. Middlesex. Berkeley, V. Gloucestershire. 

Creation, Baron Fitz-Hardinge, of the city and county of Bristol, in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom, 186l. 

Strms, Gules : a chevron between ten crosses patee, argent, six in chief and four in 
base. flTrest, A mitre, charged with the arms of Berkeley. Supporters, Two lions, argent, 
the sinister ducally crowned, plain collared and chain reflexed over the back, or. 

Seats, Berkeley-castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire ; Cranford-house, Hounslow, 
Middlesex. Club. Boodle's. 

FITZ-HARDINGE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Maurice Frederick Fitz-Hardinge Berkeley, G.C.B. P.C. 1st Baron Fitz-Hardinge. He was 
b. Jan. 3, 1788 ; entered the Royal Navy, 1802, where he served with great distinction, and 
at the time of his death was Admiral of the White ; he was M.P. for Gloucester for many 
years, and a Lord of the Admiralty; m. 1st, 1823, Lady Charlotte Lennox, 6th daughter of 
the 4th Duke of Richmond, E.G. (she d. 1833), having had issue two sons and two daugh- 
ters; 2nJly, 1834, Lady Charlotte Moreton, 3rd daughter of the 1st Earl of Ducie; and d. 
Oct. 17, 1867, without having had issue from last marriage. 

FITZ-HARDINGE, CHARLOTTE MORETON, Baroness, 3rd daughter of 
the 1st Earl of Ducie ; m. 1834, as his 2nd wife, the 1st Baron Fitz.- 
Hardinge, who d. 1867. 
Residence, 40, Hans-place, Belgravia, S.W. 

Fitz Harris, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Malmesbury. 
Fitzmaurice, ,, ,, ,, Marquess of Lansdowne, 

,, family name of the Earl of Orkney. 

,, ,, Marquess of Lansdowne. 

,, ,, ,. Baroness Nairne. 

Fitz-Patrick, family name of Baron Castletown. 
Fitz-Payne, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Athole. 
Fitz-Eoy, family name of the Duke of Grafton. 

M M i> Baron Southampton. 

FITZWALTER, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 




200 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



FITZWILLIAM, EARL. (WENTWORTH-FITZWILLIAM.) 

WILLIAM THOMAS SPENCER WEXTWORTH- 
FITZWILLIAM, K.G. 6th Earl, and 8th 
Baron; Lord Lieut, of the West Riding of 
Yorkshire. Bom Oct. 12th, 1815; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1 857 ; was educated at 
Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 1837) ; wasM.P. forMalton, 1837 
41, and 18467, and for Wicklow, 1847 
57; has been Col. of the West York 
Yeomanry Cavalry since 1846 : married 

(1838) Lady Frances Harriet Douglas, 

Let^o^ desires obey your reason. eldest daughter of the 19th Earl of Morton, 

and has issue, living, 

Sows, William, Viscount Milton, b. 1839; educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge; was Capt. in 1st West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 1867 72 ; is a Magistrate 
for the West Riding of Yorkshire ; sat as M.P. for the South-West Riding of Yorkshire 
(L), 186574 : m. 1867, Laura Maria Theresa, daughter of the late Lord Charles Beau- 
clerk, and grand-daughter of the 8th Duke of St. Alban's, and has with other i>sue, 
Charles William, b. 18/2. Residence, Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham. Club, 
Brooks's. 

William Henry, M.P. b. 1340. William Thomas, b. 1846. William Charles, *. 1848. 
William John, b. 1852. William Hugh Spencer, b. I860. William Reginald, b. 1862. 

Daughters, Frances Mary, b. 1842, m. 1867, (Doyne). Mary, b. 1844, m. 1872, (Boscawen). 
Alice Mary, b. 1849. Albreda Mary, b. 1855. Charlotte Mary, b. 1858. 

Brother living, Charles William, M.P., b. 1826, m. 1854. 

Sisters living, Charlotte, b. 1807. Mary, 6.1810, TO. 1831, (Thompson). Frances Laura, 
b. 1813, TO. 1837, (Simpson). Anne, b. 1819, TO. 1838, Sir J. J. R. Mackenzie, 6th Bart. 
Dorothy Henrietta, b. 1822. Albreda Elizabeth, b. 1829, TO. 1853, the 2nd Baron Lyveden. 

Patron of twenty livings,- Thurnscoe, R. Thorpe Bassett, R. Elsecar, V. Yedingham, V. 
Wentworth, V. Swinton, V. Hoyland, V. Tinsley, V. Tankersley, R. Smeaton Kirk, R. 
St. Michael's, V. and St. Leonard's, V. New Malton. Greaseborough, V. Old Malton, V. 
Kilnhurst, V. Hooton Roberts, R. Hutton Bushell, V. Bulmer, R. Yorkshire. Dore, V. 
Somershall Herbert, R. Derbyshire. 

Creations, Baron Fitzwilliam of Lifford, 1 620, Viscount Miltownof Westmeath, and 
Earl Fitzwilliam, of Tyrone, in the peerage of Ireland, 1/16, Baron Milton, of Milton, 
Northamptonshire, 1742, Viscount Milton and Earl Fitzwilliam, in the peerage of Great 
Britain, 1746. 

Srms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, lozengy, argent, and gules ; 2nd and 3rd, sable, a cher- 
ron between three leopards' faces, or. CTregts, 1st, out of a ducal coronet, or, a triple 
plume of ostrich feathers, argent ; 2nd, a griffin passant, argent. .Supporta'S, Two wild 
men, wreathed about the temples and loins, and each holding in the exterior hand the trunk 
of a tree, (without leaves), eradicated, proper, and disposed across the body beiidwise, that 
in the hand of the dexter supported in bend sinister, that in the hand of the sinister supported 
in bend dexter. 

Seate, Wentworth Woodhouse, Rotherham ; Coollattin, (co.) Wicklow, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 4 Grosvenor- square, W. 

FITZWILLIAM, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Charles William, K.G., 5th Earl Fitzwilliam, who was b. May 4, 1786; and succeeded his 
father, Feb. 8, 1833 ; he TO. July 8. I80t>, Mary, daughter of the 1st' Baron Dundas, (she u. 
1830) ; and d, Oct. 4, 1857, having issue six sous and seven daughters. 

Flower, family name of Viscount Ashbrook, 



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201 




That I may do good. 



FOLEY, BARON. (FOLEY.) 

HENRY THOMAS FOLEY, 5th Baron. 
Born Dec. 4th, 1850 ; succeeded his father 
in 1869 ; is a Dep. Lieut, for Surrey. 

Brother living, Fitzalan Charles John, heir 
presumptive, A. 1852; educated at Eton ; is a 
Lieut. 2nd Derby Militia. 

Creation, Baron Foley of Kidderminster, in 
the peerage of Great Britain, 1776. 

Srms, Argent, a fesse engrailed, between 
three cinquufoils, and the whole within a bordure, 
sable. (Crest, A lion rampant, argent, supporting 
between the fore paws a shield of the arms of 
Fo'leif. Supporters, Two lions, argent, semee of 
cinquefoils, sable. 



Sea*, Ruxley -lodge, Esher, Surrey. 
Town Residence, 26, Grosvenor-square, W. 



FOLEY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas 
Henry, P.C., 4th Baron Foley. He was b. Dec. llth, 1808, and succeeded his father, April 
16th, 1833. Was M.P. for Worcestershire, 1830 3, and Capt. of the Corps of Gentle- 
men-at-Arms at various periods, ranging from 1833 to 1869: m. July ifl, 1849, Lady 
Mary Charlotte Fitzalan-Howard, eldest daughter of the 13th Duke of Norfolk, K.G. ; 
and d. Nov. 20, 1869, having had issue, two sons and one daughter. 

FOLEY, Baroness, LADY MARY CHARLOTTE FITZALAN HOWARD, eldest 
daughter of the 13th Duke of Norfolk, K.G. : m. 1849, the 4th Baron 
Foley, who d. 1869. 
Residences, The same as Baron Foley. 



Folkestone, Viscount, M.P. son of the Earl of Radnor, (see Radnor.) 
Forbes, family name of the Earl of Granard. 

Viscount, son of the Earl of Granard. (see Granard.) 



FORBES, BARON. (FORBES.) 

HORACE COURTENAY FORBES, 19th 
Baron, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia, 
Premier Baron of Scotland, and a Repre- 
sentative Peer for Scotland. Born Feb. 
24th, 1829 ; succeeded his father in 1868 ; 
was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, 
(B.A. 1849) ; is a Dep. Lieut, for Aber- 
deenshire. 

Brother lining, James Hunter, heir prfsitmp. 

tii't, I}, is:!;!; educated at Oriel College, Ox- 
ford (B.A. 1856, M.A. 1863.) 
Atholl Monson, b. 1841. 

Half -Brothers living, Walter Robert Drummond, b. 1865. Montagu Ormond, b. 1866. 




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Creation, Baron Forbes, in the peerage of Scotland, 1440. A Baronet, 1628. 

arms, Azure : three bears' heads couped, argent, muzzled, gules. (Crest, A stag's 
head, couped at the neck, proper. Supporters Two greyhounds, argent, collared, gules. 
Seat, Castle-Forbes, Whitehouse, Aberdeenshire. CJwfo, Carlton, Athenaeum. 

FORBES, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Walter, 
18th Baron Forbes. He was b. May 29. 1798, and succeeded his father, May 4, 1843 ; he 
was Premier Baron of Scotland : m. 1st, Jan. 31, 1825, Horatio, /th daughter of Sir John 
Gregory Shaw, 5th Bart., she d. 1862, leaving issue four sons and one daughter; 2ndly, 
April 4, 1864, Louisa, daughter of James Ormoiid, Esq. of Abingdon; and d. May 1, 1868, 
having had issue from last marriage two sons. 

FORBES, Baroness, LOUISA, daughter of James Ormond, Esq. of Abingdon, 
Berkshire: m. 1864, as his 2nd wife, the 18th Baron Forbes, who 
d. 1868. 
Residence, Castle- Forbes, Whitehouse, Aberdeenshire. 

Forbes-Trefusis, family name of Baron Clinton. 
Fordwich, Viscount, title borne by Earl Cowper. 



FORESTER, BARON. (FORESTER.)* 

GEORGE CECIL WELD FORESTER, P.C., 
3rd Baron. Born May 10th, 1807; suc- 
ceeded his brother 1874. Educated at 
Westminster. Entered the Royal Horse 
Guards Blue as Cornet 1824, became 
Major 1846, Lieut.-Col. 1848, Col. 1854, 
Major-Gen. 1863. Was Groom of the 
Bedchamber to George IV. and to William 
IV., and Comptroller of the Household 
1852 and 18589. Is a Magistrate for 

Always the same Staffordshire. Sat as M.P. for Wenlock 

(C.) 1828-74. Married (1862) the Hon. 

Mary Anne Jervis, daughter of the 2nd Viscount St. Vincent, and widow of 

D. 0. Dyce-Sombre, Esq. 

Brothers living, Rev. Orlando Watkin Weld, heir presumptive; h. 1813 ; educated at West- 
minster, and at Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 1836) ; was Rector of Broseley, Salop 
1842 59, and Vicar of Doveridge, Derbyshire, 1857 66, when he became Rector of 
Gedling, Nottinghamshire. Was Prebend of Hereford 1846 68 ; appointed a Prebend 
and Canon Resident of York 1874 . TO. 1st, 1840, Sophia Elizabeth, who d. 1872, daughter 
of Richard Norman, Esq., and has issue, Cecil Theodore, b. 1842, m. 1st, 1866, Emma 
Georgiana, daughter of Sir W. W. Dixie, 7th Bart.: m. 2ndly, 1875, Emma Maria, eldest 
daughter of William Tollemache, Esq. and Lady Anna Maria Tollemache. Residence, 
York. 
Emilius John Weld, b. 1815. Henry Townshend, 6. 1821. 

Sisters living, Anne Elizabeth, b. 1802, m. 1830, the 6th Earl of Chesterfield. Selina 
Louisa, m. 1844, the 3rd Earl of Bradford. 
Patron of three livings, Broseley, R. Willey, R. Little Wenlock, R. Shropshire. 

* This nobleman has the privilege of wearing his hat in the Royal Presence, dating from 
a grant given to an ancestor of the time of Henry VIII. 




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Creation,^Baron Forester, of Willey Park, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1821 . 

3rms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, quarterly, per fesse indented, argent and sable, in the 
1st and 4th quarters, a bugle horn of the 2nd, Forester ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, a fesse nebuh'-e 
between three crescents, ermine, and in the centre chief point a cross crosslet, fltchce, or, 
Weld. CTreat, 1st, atalbot, passant, argent, collared sable, and lined or, Forester; 2nd, a 
wyvern, sable, guttee, collared and lined, and wings elevated, or, on the wing an escallop 
of the ftrst, Weld. Supporters, Two talbots, argent, collared sable, lined or, and pendent 
from the collar a bugle horn, of the second. 

Sra/i 1 , Meaford, Stone, Staffordshire ; Willey -park, Broseley, and Dothill-park, 
Wellington, Shropshire. 

Town Residence, 3, Caiiton-gardens, S.W. Clubs, Carlton, White's. 

FOKESTER, Baron, Hi lordship's predecessor was his brother, John 
George Weld, P.C., 2nd Baron. He was A. Aug. 9, 1801, and succeeded his father 1828. 
Educated at Westminster, and at Christ Church, Oxford. Sat as M.P. for Weiilock, 1826 
8. Was Capt. of the Corps of Gentlemen at Arms 18416: m. 1856, the Countess 
Alexandrina Julia Theresa Wilhelmina Sophia, daughter of Joachim Charles Louis 
Mortimer, Count Von Maltzan, of Prussia, and widow of tlie 3rd and last Viscount 
Melbourne. He d. Oct. 18/4, without issue. 

FORESTER, ALEXANDRINA JULIA THERESA WILHELMINA SOPHIA, Baroness, 
daughter of Joachim Charles Louis Mortimer, Count Von Maltzan, of 
Prussia, and widow of the 3rd and last Viscount Melbourne : m. 1856, 
the 2nd Baron Forester, who d. 187-1. 
'Residence, 

Formartine, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Aberdeen, 
Forrester, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Verulam. 

FORTESCUE, EARL. (FORTESCUE.) 

HUGH FORTESCUE, 3rd Earl. Born April 
4th, 1818; was summoned to the House 
of Peers, in his father's Barony of For- 
tescue of Castle-Hill, 1859, and succeeded 
his father as 3rd Earl, in 1861 ; edu- 
cated at Harrow, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge ; sat as M.P. for Plymouth, 
1841-^-52, and for Marylebone, 18549; 
unsuccessfully contested Barnstnple 1852: 
was a Lord of the Treasury, 1846-7, and 
Secretary to the Poor Law Board, 1M7 
A strong shield is the salvation of _ 51 . is a Dep . Lieut> and a Magistrate 

for Devonshire: married (1847) Georgiana 

Augusta Charlotte Caroline, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. George 
Lionel Dawson-Damer, (this lady died 1866), and has issue, living, 
Sons, Hugh, Viscount Ebrington, b. 1854; educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge; appointed Ensign 6th Devonshire Mounted Rifles, 1872. Seymour John, 
R.N., b. 1856. Lionel Henry Dudley, b. 185/. -Arthur Grenville, b. 1858. John William, 
b. 1859. Charles Granville, b. 186l. William George Darner, b. 1866. 
Jt'iuir/iters, Susan Elizabeth, b. 1848. Mary Eleanor, b. 1849. Lucy Catherine, b. 1851, 
. 18/4, the Right Hon. Sir M. Hicks-Beach, 9th Bart. Georgiana Seymour, b. 1852, 
Alice Sophia, b. 1864. Frances Blanche, b. 1865. 
Brother living, Dudley Francis, b. 1820, m. 1852. 

Patron of six livings, Wear Gifford, R. Fillleigh, with East Buckland, R. Challa- 
combe, R. Devonshire. Semperiugham, V. Billingborough, V. Tattershall, V. Lincolnshire. 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Creations, Baron Fortescue of Castle Hill, 1/46, Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebring- 
ton, 1/89, all in the peerage of Great Britain. 



, Azure : a bend engrailed, argent, cottised, or. Crest, A tiger statant, argent. 
Supporters Two greyhounds, argent, ducally gorged and lined, gules. 

Seats, Castle-hill, South Molton, Devonshire; Wear Gilford, Bideford, Devonshire ; 
and Summerville, (co.) Waterford, Ireland. Clubs, Athenaeum, Brooks's, Travellers'. 

FORTESCUE, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Hugh, 
K.G. LL.D..F.R.S., 2nd Earl Fortescue, b. Feb. 13, 1783; succeeded his father, June 1 6, 18 it, 
having been previously summoned, during his father's lifetime, to the House of Lords : and 
was for two years Viceroy of Ireland; m. 1st, July 4, 1817, Susan, daughter of the 1st Earl 
of Harrowby, (she d. 1837), having issue four sons; his lordship m. Snrtly, July 26, 
1841, Elizabeth, daughter of P. Geale, Eaq and d. Sep. 14, ifafil, without issue from last 
marriage. 

FORTESCUE, Countess, ELIZABETH, daughter of Piers Geale, Esq. m. 1st, 
Sir Marcus Somerville, 3rd Bart, (who d. 1831) ; 2ndly, as his 2nd 
wife, the 2nd Earl Fortescue, K.G. LL.D. F.R.S. (who d. 1861). 
Residence, 68, Brook-street, Grosvenor- square, W. 

Fortescue, family name of Baron Clermont. 

Fortescue (Parkinson-Fortescue), family name of Baron Carlingford. 

Forth, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Perth. 

Foster-Skeffington, family name of Viscount Massereene. 

Fox (Lane-Fox), family name of Baron Conyers. 

Foxford, Baron, title of the Earl of Limerick on Roll of H. L. 

Fox-Strangways, family name of the Earl of Uchester. 



FRANKFORT, VISCOUNT. (D E MONTMORENCY} 

LODGE RAYMOND DE MONTMORENCY, 
2nd Viscount, in the peerage of Ireland. 
Born Nov. 24th, 1806 ; succeeded his 
father in 1822; educated at Eton ; was in 
the 10th Hussars: married (1835) Geor- 
gina Frederica, daughter of the late Peter 
Fitz-Gibbon Henchy, Esq. Q.C. LL.D. 
and has issue, living, 

So?i, Raymond Harvey, b. 1835 ; was educated 
at Eton; entered the Army, 1854, became Lieut. 
1855, appointed Capt. in the 32nd Foot, 1861, 
Major, 1869, and Lieut. -Col. 18. Served in 
the Crimea at the siege of Sebastopol, and 
God assists. the attack of the Redan on Sept. 8th ; 

has received the Crimean medal and clasp, 

the Sardinian and Turkish war medals. Served in India in command of a detachment 
of the 33rd Foot, and commanded the Dohud field force against the Bheels in the 
Rewa Kanta, Guzerat, and at the siege and occupation of Dwarke Okamundel. Was 
Aide-de-Camp to the Commander of the Forces in the Windward Islands, 18(31 4, and 
Aide-de-Camp to the Commander-in-Chief in British North America, Ib65 7 : m. 1866, 




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Rachel Mary Lumley Godolphin, eldest daughter of Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Michel, K.C.B. 
of Dewlish-house, Dorsetshire, and has, with other issue, Raymond Harray Lodge 
Joseph, b. 1867. Clubs, Army and Navy, Junior United Service, Kiidare- street 
(Dublin). 

Creations, Baron Frankfort, of Galmoye, 1800, Viscount Frankfort De Montmorency, 
1816, both in the peerage of Ireland. 

&rms, Or: a cross, gules, between four eaglets displayed, azure. Crest, On a 
ducal coronet, a peacock in pride. Supporters, Two angels. 

FRANKFORT, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Lodge Evans Morres, 1st Viscount Frankfort. He was b. Jan. 26, 174" ; was raised to the 
Irish peerage in 1800, as a Bar*n, and created a Viscount 1816, and assumed by Royal per- 
mission, the surname of De Montmorency; he was a distinguished member of the Irish 
House of Commons, Secretary to tne Lord Lieut, of Ireland, and member of the Irish 
Privy Council, m. 1st, 1771, Mary, daughter of J. Fade.. Esq. of Dublin, (she d. 1787, 
without issue); his lordship m. 2ndly, Aug. 6, 1804, Catherine, daughter of G. White, Esq. 
of Castle Bellingham ; and d. Sept. 21, 1822, having had issue, a son and a daughter. Her 
ladyship d. in 1851. 

Fraser, family name of Baron Saltoun. 

Baron Lovat. 

surname of the Bishop of Manchester. 

Freke (Evans-Freke), family name of Baron Carbery. 
Freeman-Mitford, family name of Baron Redesdale. 
Fremantle, family name of Baron Cottesloe. 
French, family name of Baron De Freyne. 
FRENCH, BARON, see BARON FFRENCH. 






EEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



GAGE, VISCOUNT. 




Courage without fear. 



(GAGE.) Sits as BAROX. 
HEXRY HALL GAGE, 4th Viscount, and 
a Baronet. Born Dec-. 14th, 17'Jl ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1808; was educa- 
Westminster, and at Trinitv C.<>\\*-'. Cam- 
bridge, (M.A. 181^): is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Sussex, and a Magnate for Ka.-t Sussex: 
married (1813) K!izaleth Maria, eldest 
daughter of the late Hon. K-Uanl Foley, 
(this lady died, 1857;, and 1 
Sun, Edward Thomas, C.B., b. 1825, m. 1st, 1856; 

2ndly, 1882. 

Daughters, Elizabeth Maria. Caroline Harriet, 
TO. 1847, the 4th Viscount Gort. l-'anny Char- 
lotte, m. 1853> (Tomlii 

Heir, His grandson, Henry Charles Gage, son of Col. the Hon. Henry Edward Hall Gage, 
who d. lb75. B. 1854; was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. Residencts, Firle 
Place, Lewes, Sussex. 

Creations, Baron Gage of Castlebar, and Viscount Gage of Castle Island, in the peer- 
age of Ireland, 1720, Baron Gage of High Meadow, in the peerage of Great Britain, J79. 
A Baronet, 1622. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, per saltire, argent and azure, a saltire, gules, 
2nd and 3rd, azure, a sun in splendour, or, St. Clrre. Crest, A rain statant, argent 
and unguled, or. 5upportms Two greyhounds of a light brown colour, proper, gorged 
with plain collars, adorned on their upper edges with fleurs-de-: 

.,> t, Firle- place, Lewes, Sussex. Town Residence,*, Whitehall -yard, S.W. 

Clubs, Athenaeum, Union. 

GAGE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father. Hem 
Viscount Gage, who was />. March 4, 1761 ; succeeded his uncle, (Jet. 1 1, \~\n . in. Jan. 1 1, 
<anna Maria, daughter of W. Skinner, Esq. and d. Jwi. 29, 1808, having isbue two 
sons. Her ladyship d. in 1821. 




All well, or nothing 



GAINSBOROUGH, EARL OF. (\OEL.) 

Cn \RLK GKOI;;E V>i;i.. 2nd Kr.rl. and 
a Baronet, Lord Lieut, of Rutland. 
Born Sept. 5th, 181*: sum-p d-d his father 
in 1> -iicatcd at Trinity College, 

Cambridge; sat ;is M.P. for Rutland, 1^-10 
1, and was High Sheriff' of that county 
1848: Jhire Vi-mnanry 

ry 1850 7 wlu-u In- \, -raJin; Major; 
B Dep. Lieut, of Rutland, 1844 07, 
and is a Magistrate for Gloucestershire: 
married (1841) Lady Adelaide Augusta 
Hay, daughter of the 17th Karl of KrroH, 
-^who died 1807, and has issue, living, 



SOTU Charles William Francis, Viscount Campden, b. 1850; edwat. 

Catholic College; is a Lieut, in 10th , i.lubs, St. James's, Boodle's. Junior 

United Service, St. George's. 

Edward, b. 185'J. 
7M M ^r*,-Blanrhe Elizabeth Mary Annunciata, *. 1845, m .1870 . (Mrhy). -Cm.stam-c 

Julia Eleanor Georgiana, 6.1847, m. 1874 (Bellingham ; . Edith Horatia hmma Frances 

n^lf.nrothers,-R\ K M Hon. Gerard James, PC., M.P., b. 1823 m. iyG3.-Ik-.uy 
b. 1824, m. 1852. Roden Berkeley Wriothesley, b. I - 



t. 18G3. 



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Huff-Sisters, Mary Arabella Louisa, b. 1822, m. 1846, (Agnew) .Victoria, b. 1839, m. 1862 
(Buxton). 

Patron of six livings, (but being a Roman Catholic cannot present). Whitwell, K-- 
Exton, V. Cottesmore, R. Ridlington, R. Rutland. Chipping Campden, V. Gloucester 
shire. Pickwell, R. Leicestershire. 

Creations, Baron Barham of Barham Court, 1805, Baron Noel of Ridlington, 
Viscount Campden of Campden, and Earl of Gainsborough, 1841, all in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1781. 

arms, Or, fretty gules, and a canton ermine. Cregt, A buck at gaze,. argent, attired, 
or. Supporters, On either side a bull, argent, armed and unguled, proper, gorged with a 
naval crown, azure, therefrom a chain reflexed over the back, gold, pendent from the 
cown an escutcheon, also azure, charged with an anchor erect, encircled by a wreath of 
laurels, or. 

Seats, Exton^house, Oakham, Rutland; Campden^house, Gloucestershire. 

Town Residence, -9, Cavendish -square, W. 

Clubs, Carlton, St. James's, University, Travellers', Stafford. 

GAINSBOROUGH, Earl of, -His lordship's predecessor was his father 4 , 
Charles Noel Noel, 1st Earl of Gainsborough, and a Bart. He was b. Oct. 2, 1781 ; succeeded 
his mother in the Barony of Barham, 1823, and was created an Earl, 1841 : m. 1st, 1809, 
Elizabeth, only daughter of Thomas Welman, Esq. (shed; 1811); 2ndly, 1817, Elizabeth, 
2nd daughter of the Hon. Sir George Grey, Bart, (she d. 1818) ; Srdly, 1820, Arabella, 2nd 
daughter of Sir James Hamlyn Williams, Bart, (she d. 1829); 4thly, 1833, Lady Frances 
Jocelyn, 2nd daughter of the 3rd Earl of Roden, K.P. and d. June 10, 1866, leaving issue, 
one son by his 2nd wife, two sons and one daughter by his 3rd wife, and a son and a 
daughter by his 4th wife. 

Cf AINSBOROUGH, Countess OI>-FRANCES, 2nd daughter of the 3rd Earl 
of Roden, K.P. ; appointed an Extra Lady of the Bedchamber to Her 
Majesty 1873 ; m. 1833, as his 4th wife, the 1st Earl of Gainsborough, 
who d. 1866. 
Residence, 17, Hyde-park-square, W. 

GALLOWAY, EARL OF. (STEWART.) Sits as BARON STEWART 
OF GARLIES. 

ALAN PLANTAGENET STEWART, 10th 
Earl, and a Baronet. Born Oct. 21st, 
1835; succeeded his father 1873. Educated 
at Harrow, and at Christ Church, Oxford. 
Entered the Royal Horse Guards 1855 ; 
became Lieut. 1857, and Capt. 1861, retired 
1869. Appointed Major Royal Ayr and 
Wigtown Militia 1870, and Lieut. Col. 
1873. Is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, 
fo cos. Wigtown and Kirkcudbright. Sat 
as M.P. for Wigtownshire (C.) 186873. 
Valour strengthens from a wound. Was Aide-de-Camp io Inspector General 

of Cavalry 18679. Married (1872) Lady 

Mary Arabella Arthur Cecil, daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Salisbury. 
Brothers living, Randolph Henry, /!>>/ /in-fiinnptii'i; b. 1836 ; educated at Harrow ; entered 
the 42nd Royal Highlanders 1855, became Lieut, the same year, and Capt. 1864 ; placed 
on half-pay 1867; served in the Crimea 1855, including the sietre of Sebastopol ; served 
in India 1857 8, and at the siege of Lucknow, and was on the Stall' of the Bengal Army, 
1859 62 ; has the Crimean and India medals and clasps, and Turkish War Medal. Resi- 
dence, 85, Eaton Square, S.W. Cluttx, Army and Navy, St. Stephen's. 
Alexander, b. 1838. Walter John, b. 184Q. Fitz-Roy Somerset Keith, b. 1855. 
Sisters living, Helen Blanche, b. 1834. Mary Louisa, b. 1842, m. 1874 (Cooke). Jane 
Charlotte, b. 1846. Emily Octavia, b. 184/, m. 1875 (Chichester). Henrietta Caroline, 
b. i860. Isabel Maud, b. 1852. 




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Creations, Baron Garlies, 1607, Earl of Galloway, in the peerage of Scotland, 1623, 
Baron Stewart of Garlies, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1796. 

Siring, Or : a fesse, cheeky, azure and argent, surmounted of a bend engrailed, gules, 
the whole within a double tressure flory counterflory, of the last. (Crest, A pelican, in the 
nest, feeding her young, all proper. Supporters, Dexter, a wild man, wreathed about the 
temples and loins, and holding in the right hand a club, resting on the shoulder, all proper; 
sinister, a lion, gules. 

Seats, Galloway House, Garliestown, N.B.; Cumloden and Glentrool Lodge, New- 
town Stewart, Kirkcudbrightshire. 

Town Residence, 17, Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 
C/6s, Carlton. Travellers'. St. Stephen's. 

GALLOWAY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Ran- 
dolph, Qth Earl of Galloway, and a Baronet. He was b. Sept. 16, 1800, and succeeded his 
father 1834. Educated at Harrow, and at Christ Church, Oxford. Sat as M.P. for Cocker- 
mouth 1826 31. Was Lord Lieut, of Kirkcudbrightshire 1828 45, and of Wigtownshire 
182851 : m. 1833, Lady Harriet Blanche Somerset, 7th daughter of the 6th Duke of 
Beaufort. K.G. and d. Jan. 6, 1873, leaving issue five sons and six daughters. 

GALLOWAY, HARRIET BLANCHE, Countess of, 7th daughter of the 6th 
Duke, of Beaufort, K.G. ; m. 1833, the 9th Earl of Galloway, who d. Jan. 
2nd, 1873. 
Residence, 85, Eaton Square, S.W. 



GALWAY, VISCOUNT. (MONCKTON-ARUNDELL.*) 

GEORGE EDWARD ARUNDELL MONCKTON- 
ARUNDELL, M.P. 6th Viscount, in the 
peerage of Ireland. Born March 1st, 
1805 ; succeeded his father in 1834 ; was 
educated at Harrow, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford, (B.A. 1826); has been M.P. for 
East Retford (C.) since 1847; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Nottingham- 
shire, and was a Lord in Waiting to the 
Queen, 1852: married (1838) Henrietta 
Eliza, only daughter of Robert Pemberton 
Milnes, Esq. of Fryston Hall, and sister 
To extend my fame by deeds. of ^ j gt Baron Houghton, and has 

issue, living, 

Sow*, George Edmund Milnes MONCKTON, M.P., b. 1844: was educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 2nd Class in Law and Modern History, 1866) ; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Nottinghamshire, and Capt. Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry 
Cavalry; has sat as M.P. for North Notts (C.) since Feb. 1872. Residences, same as 
Viscount Gal way. Clubs, Boodle's, Junior Carlton, Carlton. 
Brother living*, Horace Manners, b. 1824, m. 1856. 

Sisters living*, Elizabeth Celia, b. 1812. Caroline Isabella, *. 1831, m. 1856, (Monson). 
Creation, Viscount Galway and Baron Killard, in the peerage of Ireland, 1727. 

?lrtng, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sable, six hirondelles, (or swallows), three, two, and 
one, argent, Arundell -, 2nd and 3rd, sable, on a chevron between three martlets, or, 
as many mullets of the field, Monckton. Crest, l st, on a chapeau, azure, turned up, ermine, 
a swallow, argent, Arundell; 2nd, a martlet, or, Monckton. Supporters, Two unicorns, 
ermine, each gorged with an Eastern coronet, or. 

* The 5th Viscount obtained in 1826 a Royal License which permitted him and his 
successors m the title to bear the surnames of Monckton-Arundell, while the issue 
thereof should only be entitled to use that of Monckton. 




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209 



Seat Serlby Hall, Bawtry, Yorkshire. 
C/Mds,Carlton, Travellers,' Boodle's. 



Town Residence, , Clifford Street, W. 



GAL WAY, Viscount, -His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
George, 5th Viscount Galway, who was 6. March 28, 1/82; succeeded his father, July 23, 
1810 ; TO. June 4, 1804, Catherine Elizabeth, daughter of the late Captain G. Handfield ; and 
d. Feb. 2, 1834, having issue six sons and two daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1862. 



GARDNER, BARON. (GARDNER.) 

ALAN LEGGE GARDNER, 3rd Baron, 
and a Baronet. Born Jan. 29th, 1810; 
succeeded his father in 1815 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 18) ; was Lord of the Bedchamber 
to William IV. 18827, and to the Queen, 
1837 41; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magis- 
trate for Berkshire: married 1st (1835), 
the Hon. Frances Margaret Hughes, 
daughter of the 1st Baron Dinorben, (this 
lady died, 1847); 2ndly, (1848) Julia 
Sarah Hayfield, daughter of Edward F. 
T. Fortescue, Esq. and has issue, from 
the second marriage, living, 

Daughters, Florence Coulstoun, m. 1875, the 4th Earl of Onslow. Evelyn Coulstoun. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, Stewart William, son of Rear Admiral the Hon. Francis 
Faruigtoii Gardner, and grandson of the 1st Baron Gardner. B. 1812. 

Creations, Baron Gardner of Uttoxeter, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800, and Baron 
Gardner of Uttoxeter, in that of the United Kingdom, 1806. A Baronet, 1794. 




Virtue is a sheet anchor. 



, Argent : on a chevron, gules, between three griffins' heads erased, azure, an 
anchor erect, with a piece of cable, supported by two lions counter-passant, chevronwise, 
of the field. Crest, A demi- griffin, azure, collared and chained, or, holding in the claws an 
anchor, as in the arms. Supporters, Two griffins, wings elevated, azure, beaked, mem- 
bered, and gorged with a naval coronet, or, and resting the interior hind foot on an anchor, 
sable. 

Seats, Raymede, Maidenhead, Berkshire; Wherwell Priory, Andover, Hampshire. 
Town Residence, 46, Dover Street, W. Clubs, White's, Brooks's, Boodle's. 

GARDNER, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Alan 
Hyde, K.C.B. 2nd Baron Gardner. He was b. Feb. 6, 1770, and succeeded his father in 
1809. He was an Admiral in the Royal Navy, and was gazetted a Viscount in 18)5, but 
died before the patent passed the Great Seal. M. 1st, March 9, 1796, Maria Elizabeth, 
daughter of Thomas Adderley, Esq. of Innisshannon, (this marriage was dissolved, in 
1805) j 2ndly, April 10, 1809, the Hon. Charlotte Elizabeth Smith, daughter of the 1st 
Baron Carington, (she d. 1811); and d. Dec. 27, 1815, having had issue, from the second 
marriage, a son and a daughter. 



Garioch, Lord, son of the Earl of Mar and Kellie, (see Mar and 
Kellie.) 



Garlies, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Galloway. 




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GARVAGH, BARON. (CANNING.) 

CHARLES JOHN SPENCER GEORGE 
CANNING, 3rd Baron in the peerage oi 
Ireland. Born June 2nd, 1852 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1871 ; educated at 
Christ Church, Oxford (B.A. 1874) ; ap- 
pointed Sub-Lieut, in the Armagh Militia 
1875. 

Brother living, Stratford Conway George, heir 

presumptive, b. 1854. 

Yield not to misfortunes, but oppose Creation, Baron Garvagh of Garvagh, Lon- 

them. donderry, in the peerage of Ireland, 1818. 

Sfrms, Quarterly of six : 1st, argent, three Moors' heads, couped in profile, proper, wreathed 
round the temples, argent and azure, Canning; 2nd, gules, three spears' heads, palewise, 
infesse, argent, Salmon; 3rd, gules, a goat, salient, or, Marshall; 4th, argent, three 
bendlets, azure, within a bordure, gules, Newburg; 5th, per pale, argent and sable, a fesse, 
nebulee, between three griffins' heads, erased, all counterchanged, and within a bordure 
also counterchanged, of the field, Spencer; 6th as 1st. OTrfSts, 1st, a demi-lion rampant, 
holding in the dexter paw a battle-axe; 2nd, a demi-griffin, segreant ; 3rd, a demi-lion 
rampant, argent, charged with three trefoils, vert, holding in the dexter paw an arrow, 
pheoned and flighted, proper, shaft, or. Supporters, Dexte r, a griffin, reguardant, wings 
elevated and expanded, azure, guttee d'or ; sinister, an eagle reguardant, wings elevated 
and expanded, sable. 

Seats, The Lodge, Garvagh, co. Londonderry; Canningstown, co. Cavan, Ireland. 
Club, Carlton. 

GARVAGH, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles 
Henry Spencer George Canning, 2nd Baron Garvagh. He was b. March 18, I82fi, and suc- 
ceeded his father 1840. Educated at Eton. Was Lieut. 10th Dragoons 184651, sub- 
sequently became Capt. 7th Dragoons, and retired 1851. Was a Dep. Lieut, of Londonderry 
and a Magistrate for the counties of Cavan, Down, and Londonderry: m. 1851, Cecilia, 
Susan, daughter of the late John Ruggles-Brise, Esq., of Spain's Hall, Essex ; and d. May 
7, 1871, leaving issue two sons. 

GARYAGH, Dowager Baroness, ROSABELLE CHARLOTTE ISABELLA, daughter 
of H. Bonham, Esq. m. 1824, the 1st Baron Garvagh, who d. 1840. 
Residence, 31, Portman Square, W. 

GARVAGH, Baroness, CECILIA SUSAN, daughter of the late John Ruggles- 
Brise, Esq., and sister of Samuel B. Ruggles-Brise, M.P. for East Essex; 
m. 1851, the 2nd Baron Garvagh, who d. 1871. 
Residence, S\, St. George's Square, S.W. 



Gascoigne-Cecil, family name of the Marquess of Salisbury. 
Gask, Baron, title lorne by the Duke of Athole. 




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GIFFORD, BARON. (GIFFORD.) 

EDRIC FREDERICK GIFFORD, V. C., 3rd 
Baron. Born July 5th, 1849; succeeded 
his father 1872. Appointed Ensign in 
the 83rd Foot 1869, Lieut. 1870, and 
Capt. 1874 ; served with distinction in the 
Ashantee Expedition 1873 4, and for his 
gallant conduct at the taking of Becquah 
he was rewarded with the Victoria Cross. 

Brothers living, Edward Robert, (heir presump- 
tive), b. 1853 ; educated at North Grove House, 
Southsea? entered the Royal Navy as Cadet 
Not without God's assistance. 1867. Edgar Berkeley, b. 1857. Maurice Ray- 

mond, b. 1859. Elton Vivian, b. ISfil. 

Sisters, Eva., b. 1846, m. 1866, (Trotter) .Harriet Ella, 6. 1847, m. 1865, (Douglas- 
Pennant) .Emily, b. 1847, m. 1868, (Speir). Evelyn Mary, b. 1850, m. 1872, (Kingscote). 
Eleaiiore, b. 1852, 7.l8/3, (Dansey). Elspeth Fitzhardinge, b. 1855. Edith Charlotte, 
b. 1863. 

Creation, Baron Gifford of St. Leonard's, Devon, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1824 

arms, Azure : a chevron between three stirrups, with leathers, or, within a bordure 
engrailed, argent, charged with eight pellets. (Crest, A panther's head, couped at the 
neck and affrontee, between two branches of oak, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a bay 
horse, proper, charged on the shoulder with a portcullis, or ; sinister, a greyhound, argent, 
charged on the body with three ermine spots. 

Clubs, Carlton, Junior Army and Navy. 

GIFFORD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father Robert 
Francis, 2nd Baron. He was b. Mar. 19, 1817, and succeeded his father 1826. Educated 
at Harrow. Entered the army in 1835, and retired as Lieut. 6th Dragoons 1841 : m. 1845, 
the Hon. Frederic* Charlotte Fitzhardinge, eldest daughter of the 1st Baron Fitzhardinge, 
G.C.B., and d. May 1872, leaving issue live sons and seven daughters. 

GIFFORD, Baroness, FREDERICA CHARLOTTE, daughter of the 1st Baron 
Fitzhardinge, G.C.B. : m. 1845, the 2nd Baron Giflbrd, who d. 1872. 

Residence, 

Gifford, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Tweeddale. 
Gilford, Lord, son of the Earl of Clanwilliam. (see Clanwilliam.) 
Glamis, Lord, son of the Earl of Stratnmore, (see Strathmore.) 

GLAMIS, Lady, (by courtesy), CHARLOTTE, daughter of Joseph Valentine 
Grimstead, Esq. m. 1820, Thomas George, Lord Glamis, eldest son of the 
llth Earl of Strathmore, who d. 1834. 
Residence, 

Glamorgan, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Beaufort. 

Glaudine, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Norbury. (see 
Norbury.) 




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GLASGOW, EARL OF. (BOYLE.) Sits as BARON ROSS. 

GEORGE FREDERICK BOYLE, 6th Earl. 
Born Oct. 9th, 1825 ; succeeded his bro- 
ther in 1869; was educated at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1847) ; sat as M.P. 
for Buteshire for a few months in 1865, 
but was defeated in the general election of 
that year ; has been Lieut, in the Ayrshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; is a Dep. Lieut, and 
a Magistrate for Bute and Ayrshire, and 
a Dep. Lieut, for Renfrewshire : married 
(1856) Montagu, daughter of the 3rd Baron 
Abercromby, and has issue, living, 
The Lord will provide. I^Afcw.-Gertrude Julia Georgiana, 4. 1801 .- 

Another, b. 1873. 

Heir presumptive, David Boyle, Com. R.N., son of the late Patrick Boyle, Esq., who was 
great grandson of the 2nd Earl, by Mary Frances, daughter of Sir Robert D. H. Elphin- 
stone, 1st Bart., *. 1833: m. 1873, Dorothea Elizabeth Thomasina, daughter of Sir 
Edward Hunter Blair, Bart., and has issue, living, Patrick James, b. 1874. Residence, 
Shewalton, near Irvine, Ayrshire. Club, Junior Carlton. 
Sister living, Diana, b, 1828, m. 1849, the Hon, John Slaney Pakington, eldest son of the 

1st Baron Hampton. 
Half-Sister living, Augusta, b. 1801, m. 1821, (Fitz-Clarence). 

Patron of six livings in Scotland, Fenwick, Ayrshire; Cumbrse, Buteshire; Cutts 
Mounzie, Kingsbarns, and Crail, Fifeshire. 

Creations, Baron Boyle of Kelburn, 1693, Baron Boyle of Stewarton, Cumbrae, Fen- 
wick, Largs, and Daly, 1699, Viscount of Kelburn, and Earl of Glasgow, 1703, all in 
the peerage of Scotland, Baron Ross, of Hawkhead, in the peerage of the United King- 
dom, 1815. 

firms, Quarterly . 1st and 4th, or, an eagle with two heads, displayed, guies ; a coat 
of augmentation for the earldom of Glasgow, 2nd and 3rd, per bend, embattled, argent 
and gules, Boyle. vJTrest, An eagle with two heads, displayed, per pale, embattled, or and 
gules. Supporters, Dexter, a wild man, wreathed round the temples and waist, and 
holding in the right hand a branch of laurel, proper; sinister, a lion, per pale, embattled, 
argent and gules. 

Seats, Hawkhead, Renfrewshire ; Kelburn House, Ayrshire; Crawford Priory, Fife- 
shire; The Garrison, Isle of Cumbrae, Greenock, N.B. 

Town Residence, 11, Hereford Gardens, Park Lane, W. Club, Carlton. 

GLASGOW, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, James 
Carr, K.T. 5th Earl of Glasgow. He was b. April 10, 1792, and succeeded his father in 
1843; was Lord Lieut, and Sheriff Principal of Renfrewshire, a Dep. Lieut, of Bute- 
shire, and a retired Commander in the Royal Navy; was M.P. for Ayrshire, 1839 43; 
assumed the surname of Carr for himself only, 1822: m. Aug. 4, 1821, Georgiana, 3rd 
daughter of the late Edward Hay Mackenzie, Esq. of Newhall and Cromartie ; and d. 
March 11, 1869, without having had any issue. 

-GLASGOW, GEORGIANA, Countess of, third daughter of the late Edward 
Hay Mackenzie, Esq. of Newhall and Cromartie : m. 1821, the 5th Earl 
of Glasgow, who d. 1869. 
Residence, Fairlie Craig, near Largs, Ayrshire. 

Glenalmond, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Athole. 

Glenilla, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 

Glenluce and Stranraer, Baron, titles borne by the Earl of Stair. 



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Glenlyon, Baron and Viscount, titles borne by the Duke of Athole. 
Glenorchy, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Breadalbane. 
Glentworth, Viscount, son of the Earl of Limerick, (see Limerick.) 

GLENTWORTH, Viscountess, (by courtesy), EVE MARIA, daughter of 
Henry Villebois, Esq.: m. 1st 1836, Viscount Glentworth, grandson of the 
1st Earl of Limerick, who d. 1844; 2ndly 1847, Col. Hugh Smith Baillie, 
late of the Royal Horse Guards. 
Residences, Nairn, N.B.j 69, Queen's Gate, South Kensington, W. 

Glerawley, Viscount,* title borne by the Earl of Annesley. 
GLOUCESTER AND BRISTOL, BISHOP OF, see Lords Spiritual." 
Glyn, family name of Baron Wolverton. 
Goderich, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Eipon. 
Godolphin, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Leeds. 
Goodwin, surname of the Bishop of Carlisle. 
Gordon, Viscount, title of the Earl of Aberdeen on Roll of H. L. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Huntly. 

,, family name of the Marquess of Huntly. 
Gordon (Hamilton-Gordon) , family name of the Earl of Aberdeen. 
Gordon-Lennox, family name of the Duke of Richmond. 
Gore, family name of the Earl of Arran. 

GORMANSTON, VISCOUNT. (PRESTON.) Sits as BARON. 

EDWARD ANTHONY JOHN PRESTON, 13th 
Viscount, and 1st Baron, Premier Vis- 
count of Ireland. Born June 3rd, 1796; 
succeeded his father in 1860; is a Dep. 
Lieut, of Meath: married (1836) Lu- 
cretia, eldest daughter of the late William 
Charles Jerningham, Esq. brother of the 
8th Baron Stafford, and has issue, living,- 

Sons, Jenico William Joseph, b. 1837 ; entered 
the 6oth Rifles as Ensign, 1855, became Lieut. 
1857, and retired i860; served in the Indian 
Mutiny campaign of 1857 8, including the ac- 
Without stain. tions of Bngawalla and Nugena, the relief of 

Moraclabad, &c. : was Chamberlain to the Lord 

Lieut, of Ireland (Duke of Abercorn, K.G.) 18668 ; is a Dcp. Lieut, of Oublin ; was 
Hish Sheriff 1 of co. Dublin 1865, and of Meath 1871 : m. 1801, the Hon. Ismay Louisa 
Ursula Bellew, who d. 1875, daughter of the 1st Baron Bellew. Residence, White- 
wood, Nobber, co. Meath. Club, Army and Navy. 
Edward Francis John, b. 1845. 

Daughters, Margaret Frances Agnes, b. 1838. Lucretia Paulina Mary, b. 1839, m. I860, 
(Fsurrell). Charlotte Agnes Mary, b. 1841, m. 1870, (Donaldson). 




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Brothers living, Charles, b. 1803, m. 1853. Thomas, b. 1817, m. 1843. 
Sister living, Matilda, TO. 1842, (Corbally). 

Creations, Baron Loundres of the Naas, and Viscount Gormanston, in the peerage of 
Ireland, 1478. Baron Gormanston of Whitewood, in the county of Meath, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1868. 

&rms, Or : on a chief sable, three crescents, argent. (JTrest, On a chapeau, gules, 
turned up, ermine, a fox passant, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, rampant, proper, 
armed and langued, gules ; sinister, a fox, proper. 

Seats, Gormanston Castle, Balbriggan, co. Dublin, and Whitewood, co. Meath. 
Ireland. Club, Carlton. 

GOKMANSTON, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Jenico, 12th Viscount Gormanston. He was b. Dec. 3, 1775, and succeeded his father 
Dec. 8, 1786; his lordship, through a reversal of the outlawry, by the Court of Queen's 
Bench, took his seat in the House of Lords in 1800 : m. Dec. 19, 1794, Margaret, daughter 
of the 2nd Viscount Southwell, (she d. 1820) ; and d. Feb. 10, i860, having had issue seven 
sons and two daughters. 

GORT, VISCOUNT. (VEREKER.) 

STANDISH PRENDERGAST VEREKER, 4th 
Viscount, in the peerage of Ireland. Born 
July 6th, 1819; succeeded his father in 
1865; was educated at Trinity College, 
Dublin (B.A. 1840, M.A. 1843); was 
appointed Col. in the Limerick Artillery 
Militia 1865 ; is a Magistrate for Galway, 
of which county he was High Sheriff 1843 : 
married (1847) the Hon. Caroline Harriet 
Gage, 3rd daughter of the 4th Viscount 
Gage, and has issue, living, 
Sens, John Gage Prendergast, 6.1849; educated at Harrow; appointed Sub-Lieut. 
Limerick Artillery Militia 1875. Foley Charles Prendergast, R.N., b. 1850. Standish 
William Prendergast, b. 1854. Jeffrey Edward Prendergast, b. 1858. 

Daughters, Isolda Caroline, b. 1852, m. 1870, (Craufurd). Mabel Elizabeth, b. 1856. 
Laline Maria, b, 1859. Elizabeth Maria, b. 186l. Corinna Julia, b. 1863. 

Brothers living, John Prendergast, b. 1822, m. 1858. Henry Prendergast, b. 1823, 
m. 1866. 

Sisters living, Katherine. Jane Charlotte. 

Creations, Baron Kiltarton, 1810, Viscount Gort of Limerick, in the peerage of 
Ireland, 18 16. 

Slrms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, azure, on a chevron, or, a chaplet, vert, Vereker; 2nd and 
3rd gules, a saltire vairy, or, and azure, Pnnfierga.it. Crests, 1st, out of a mural crown, 
gules, a stag's head, proper, Vereker; 2nd, an antelope, trippant, proper, Prendergast. 
Supporters. Dexter, a lion, proper, gorged with a plain collar, gules, rimmed and chained 
or; sinister, an antelope, proper, gorged with a plain collar, gules, rimmed and 
chained, or. 

Residences, 10, Warwick Square, S.W. ; and 12, Merrion Square, Dublin. 
Club Union. 

GOUT, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Prendergast, 3rd Viscount Gort. He was b. July 1, 1790, and succeeded his father, 
Nov. 11, 1842; was Col. of the Limerick Artillery Militia, M.P. for Limerick for some 
years, and a Representative Peer for Ireland: TO. 1st, Dec. 15, 1814, the Hon. Maria 
O'Grady, daughter of the 1st Viscount Guillamore, (she d. 1854), and by her had issue 
six sons and five daughters; 2ndly, June 10, 1861, Elizabeth Mary, widow of George 
Tudor, Esq. and d. Oct. 20, 1865, without issue from his last marriage. 




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To the watchful. 



GORT, Dowager Viscountess, ELIZABETH MARY, daughter and heiress of 
John JonesT Esq. and widow of George Tudor, Esq. : m. 1861, as his 
2nd wife, the 3rd Viscount Gort, who d. 1865. 
Seat East Cowes Castle, Isle of Wight. Town Residence, \, Portman-square, W. 

GOSFORD, EARL OF. (ACHESON.) Sits as BARON WORLINGHAM. 

ARCHIBALD BRABAZON SPARROW ACHE- 
SON, K.P. 4th Earl, and a Baronet. Born 
Aug. 19th, 1841 ; succeeded his father in 
1864; was educated at Harrow; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for co. Armagh. 
Was sometime Major in Armagh Militia, 
resigned 1874. 

Brother living, Edward Archibald Brabazon, 
b. 1844; heir presumptive; was educate^ at 
Harrow; appointed Ensign and Lieut. Cold- 
stream Guards, 1865, and Lieut, and Capt. 
1867: TO. 1869, Clementina, daughter of Gen. 
Sir John Gaspard Le Marchant, K.C.B., G.C.S.I. 
Residence, 21, Queen Anne street, Cavendish 
Square. Clubs, Guards', Travellers' . 

Sisters Zj>iw#,^Gertrude Emily, m. 1856, (Foljambe) . Mary, m. 1862, (Powys). Edith. 
Katharine, TO. 1868, (Buncombe). 

Creations, Baron Gosford of Market Hill, 1/76; Viscount Gosford, 1785; Earl of 
Gosford, 1806 5 all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Worlingham of Beccles, 1835, 
and Baron Acheson of Glencairney, 1847, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A Baronet 
of Nova Scotia, 1628 

arms, Argent : an eagle with two heads displayed, sable ; on a chief, vert, two mullets, 
or. (Crest, A cock, gules, standing on a trumpet, or. Supporters, Two leopards, proper 
ducally collared and chained, or, the sinister reguardant. 
Seat, Gosford-castle, (co.) Armagh, Ireland. 
Town Residence, \QS, Harley-street, W. C/wis, Brooks's, White's. 

GOSFORD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Archibald, 
K.P. 3rd Earl of Gosford, who was b. Aug. vo, 1806 ; succeeded his father, March 27, 184Q ; 
having been, in 1847, created Baron Acheson; m. June 22, 1832, Theodosia, daughter of the 
10th Earl of Meath ; and d. June 15, 1864, having issue, two sons and four daughters. 

GOSFORD, Countess of, THEODOSIA, only daughter of the 10th Earl of 
Meath : m. 1832, the 3rd Ea,rl of Gosford, who d. 1864. 
Address, 105, Harley Street, W. 

GOUGH, VISCOUNT. (Gouan.) 

GEORGE STEPHENS GOUGH, M.R.I.A. 
F.L.S., F.G.S., 2nd Viscount, and a 
Baronet. Born Jan. 18th, 1815; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1869 ; was educated 
at Trinity College, Dublin, (B.A. 1836, 
M.A. 1840) ; was Capt. Grenadier Guards, 
1848 50; served in the Chinese war, 
and has received a medal ; is a Dep. Lieut, 
of and a Magistrate for (cos.) Galway and 
Tipperary, ot which latter county he has 
been Sheriff: married 1st (1840), Sarah 
Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of the late Wray 
Palliser, Esq., of Comragh, Waterford, 




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(this lady died, 1841) ; 2ndly (1846), Jane, 2nd daughter of the late George 
Arbuthnot, Esq. of Elderslie, Surrey, and has issue, from 2nd marriage, 
living, 

Sons, Hugh, b. 1849; educated Eton and at Brasenose College, Oxford; appointed ari 
Attache in the Diplomatic Service, 1873. Hugh George, b. 1852. Hugh Rodolph, 
b. 1856. 

Daughter, Eleanor Laura Jane, b. 1854. 

Sisters living, Gertrude Sophia, b. 18l6, m. 1837, (Arbuthnot) .Jane Eliza Mona, I. 1819, 
m. 1840, (Haines). Frances Maria, b. 1825, m. 1844, Sir Patrick Grant, G.C.B. 

Creations, Baron Gough, of Chinkeanfoo, in China, and of Maharajpore and the Sutlej, 
in the East Indies, 1846, and Viscount Gough, of Goojerat, in the Punjaub, and of the city 
of Limerick, 1849, in the peerage of the United Kingdon. A Baronet, 1842. 

ftrms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gules, on a mount, vert, a lion passant guardant, or, 
supporting with his dexter paw, the Union flag flowing to the sinister, proper, over the 
same, in chiet, the words "China," " India," in letters of gold ; 2nd and 3rd, azuie, on a 
fesse, argent, between three boars' heads, couped, or, a lion passant gules; in the centre 
chief point, pendent from a riband, argent, fimbriated azure, a representation of the 
badge of the Spanish order of Charles III. proper, and on a chief, a representation of the 
east wall of the fortress of Tarifa, with a breach between two turrets, the aexter turret 
surmounted by the British flag flying, all proper. Crest, A boar's head, couped, or, 
motto over "Goojerat." BADGES, 1st, on a mural crown, argent, a lion passant 
guardant, or, holding in the dexter paw two flag staves, in bend sinister, proper, the one 
being the Union flag of Great Britain and Ireland, surmounting the other, the staff 
thereof broken with a triangular banner flowing therefrom, to represent a Chinese flag, 
having thereon a dragon, and in an escroll above, the word "China." On the sinister 
side 2nd, a dexter arm, embowed, in the facings of the 87th Regiment, being gules, 
faced vert, the hand grasping the colour of the said Regiment displayed, and a repre- 
sentation of a French eagle reversed and depressed, the staff broken, proper, in an 
escroll above the word "Barossa." Supporters!, Dexter, a lion reguardant, or, gorged 
with an Eastern crown, gules, the rim inscribed with the word " Punjab " in letters of 
gold, with chain reflexed over the back, also gold; sinister, a dragon, or, gorged with a 
mural crown, sable, inscribed with the word " China," and chained, gold. 

Seats, Lough Cutra Castle, Galway; St. Helen's, Booterstown, co. Dublin. 
Clubs, Athenaeum, Carlton ; University and Kildare Street (Dublin.) 

GOUGH, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Hugh, K.P. 
G CB K G S I. P.C. D.C.L. 1st Viscount Gough. He was b. Nov. 3, 17*9, and was the 
son of George Gough, Esq. of Woodstown, .Limerick. This distinguished Field Marshal 
and General entered the Army as Ensign in the 78th Highlanders, (Lieut. 1793); distinguished 
himself in Spain, at Talavera, at Barossa, at Vittoria, at Nivelle, at Tarila, in command 
of the 87th Regiment. Was Commander-in- Chief of the expedition to China (1842), and 
was for his services created a Baronet. Commanded the forces in India during the 
Gwalior and both the Sikh wars, and by his final victory at Goojerat (1849) obtained the 
Punjaub for England. He was rewarded with two peerages and the freedom of the city of 
London the repeated thanks of Parliament, and a pension of ^2,000 for three lives. 
At the time of his death he was a Field Marshal in the Army, Colonel of the Royal 
Horse Guards (Blue), Colonel-in-Chief of the 6oth Rifles, and Hon. Col- of the Irish Rifle 
Volunteers. In 1807, he m. Frances Maria, daughter of General Edward Stephens (she 
d. 1863) ; and d. March 2, 1869, having had issue two sons and four daughters. 

Gough-Calthorpe, family name of Baron Calthorpe. 
Gower, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Beaufort. 

Earl and Baron, titles borne by the Duke of Sutherland. 

,, (Sutherland-Leveson-Gower), family name of the Duke of 
Sutherland. 

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GKAFTON, DUKE OF. (FiTz-RoY.) 

WILLIAM HENRY Fnz-RoY, 6th Duke, 
Born Aug. 5th, 1819; succeeded his father 
in 1863 ; educated at Harrow and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge ; was Comptroller of 
the Seals until the abolition of that office, 
and Attache at Naples, 1841 ; sat as M.P. 
for Thetford, 184763; is a Dep. Lieut, 
of Northamptonshire and Suffolk, He- 
reditary Ranger of Whittlebury Forest, 
Col. of the West Suffolk Militia 1846, and 
Lieut.-Col. of the 1st Battalion of North- 
amptonshire Rifle Volunteers (1860) ; 
The ornament and recompence of virtue. marr i e( i (1858) the Hon. Marie Louisa 
Anne Baring, daughter of the 3rd Baron Ashburton. 

Brothers living, Augustus Charles Lennox, C.B., heir presumptive, b. 1821 ; educated at 
Harrow; entered the 60th Rifles 1837; exchanged into the Coldstream Guards 183Q, 
became Lieut. 1841, Capt. 1847, Major 18 , Lieut.-Col. 1854, Col. 1862, and Major- Gen. 
1875 ; served in the Crimean war, at the siege of Sebastopol, the battles of Balaclava and 
Inkermann (where he was severely wounded), &c. Has received the Crimean medai 
and clasps, the Sardinian and Turkish medals, and the Order of the Medjidie, made 
a C.B. 1873. Was appointed Equerry to the Queen 1849; is a Magistrate for North- 
amptonshire: m. 1847, Anna, daughter of James Balfour, Esq., of Whittinghame Hall, 
Berwick, and has, with other issue, Henry James, b. 1848. Residence, Whittlebury, 
Towcester. Clubs, White's, Travellers'. 
Frederick John, b. 1823, m. 1853. 

Sisters living Mary Elizabeth Emily, 6.1817, m. 1837, (Phipps). Maria Louisa, b. 1818, 
m. 1846, the 1st Baron Penrhyn. 

Patron of four livings, Euston, R. Sapiston, V. Great Fakenham, R. Suffolk. With 
Rector of Ashton, Roade, R. Northamptonshire. 

Creations, Baron Arlington, 1664, Baron Sudbury, Viscount Thetford and Ipswich, 
and Earl of Arlington and Euston, 1672, Duke of Grafton, 1675, all in the peerage of 
Great Britain. 

SJrms, The royal arms of Charles II. viz. Quarterly : 1st and 4th, France and England 
quarterly ; 2nd, Scotland ; 3rd, Ireland : the whole debruised by a baton sinister, compony 
of six pieces, ardent and azure. OTrest, On a chapeau, gules, turned up ermine, a lion 
statant guardant, or, ducally crowned, azure, and gorged with a collar counter compony, 
argent and azure. Supporters, Dexter, a lion guardant, or, ducally crowned, azure; 
sinister, a greyhound, argent, each gorged with a collar counter compony, argent and azure. 
Seats, Euston-hall, Thetford, Suffolk ; Wakefield-lodge, Stoney Stratford, Northamp- 
tonshire. 

Town Residence, 4, Grosvenor Place, S.W. 
Clubs, Travellers', White's. 

GRAFTON, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father, Henry, 
5th Duke of Grafton. He was b. Feb. 10, 17QO, and succeeded his father Sept. 28, 1844 ; was 
M.P. for Thetford, and Bury St. Edmund's, for several years, and Col. of the West Suffolk 
Militia: TO. June 20, 1812, Mary Caroline who d. 1873 daughter of the Hon. Sir George 
C. Berkeley, G.C.B.; and d, March 26, 1863, leaving issue three sons and two daughters. 

Graham, Marquess of, title borne by the Duke of Montrose. 

,, Earl, title of the Duke of Montrose on Roll of H. L. 

,, family name of the Duke of Montrose, 

Graham-Toler, Earl of Norbury. 



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GRANARD, EARL OF. (FORBES.) Sits as BARON. 

GEORGE ARTHUR HASTINGS FORBES, 
K.P. 7th Earl, and a Baronet, son 
of Major-Gen. George John, Viscount 
Forbes, who was eldest son of the 6th 
Earl. Born August 5th, 1833; succeeded 
his grandfather in 1837; educated at 
Eton ; was Attache* at Dresden, 1851 4 ; 
is a Magistrate for Longford, Wexford, and 
Leitrim, and a Knight of the Order of 

^__ Malta, and a Knight Grand Cross of the 

Order of St. Gregory the Great; appointed 
ThemcitemenUo^l^thefirebrand Lieut .. Col . of the West Meath Militia 

Rifles, 1856; was sometime Lord Lieut. 

and Gustos Rotulorum 'of co. Leitrim, resigned 1872: married 1st (1858) 
Jane Colclough who died 1872 youngest daughter of Hamilton Knox 
Grogan Morgan, Esq. of Johnstown-castle, Wexford, and has issue, living, 

Daughters, Adelaide Jane Frances, b. I860. Sophia Maria Elizabeth, b. 1862 

His lordship married 2ndly (1873) the Hon. Frances Mary Petre, daughter 
of the 12th Baron Petre, and has issue, living, 

Sow, Bernard Arthur William Patrick Hastings, Viscount Forbes, b. 1874. 
Brother living, William Francis, *. 1836, m. 1863. 

Creations, Viscount Granard and Baron of Clanhugh, 1673, Earl of Granard, 1684, 
all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Granard of Castle Donington, Leicester, in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom, 1806. A Baronet, 1628. 

Slrms, Azure : three bears' heads, couped at the neck, argent, muzzled, gules. Crest, 
A bear statant, argent, guttee de sang, and muzzled, gules. Supporters, Dexter, an 
unicorn, erminois ; sinister, a dragon, wings elevated, ermine. 

Seats, Castle-Forbes, co. Longford ; and Johnstown Castle, co. Wexford, Ireland. 
Clubs, Boodle's, Junior United Service, Kildare.street, (Dublin.) 



GEANAED, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, 
George, 6th Earl of Granard. He was b. June 14, 1760, and succeeded his father, April 16, 
1780 ; was a general officer in the Army, and Clerk to the Crown and Hanaper in Ireland : 
m.May 10, 1779, Lady Selina Frances Rawdon-Hastings, daughter of the 1 st Earl of Moira, 
(she d. 1827) : and d, June 9, 1837, having had issue five sons and four daughters. 

Granby, Marquess of, title borne by the Duke of Eutland. 
Grandison, Viscount, Earl of Jersey. 

Grant (Ogilvie-Grant) , family name of the Earl of Seafield. 
rantham Baron, ^title borne by the Marquess of Eipon. 



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219 



GRANTLEY, LORD, AND MARKENFIELD, BARON OF. (NORTON.) 

THOMAS BRINSLEY NORTON, 4th Lord 
and Baron, son of the late Hon. George 
Chappie Norton, who died 1875, by 
Caroline, daughter of the late Thomas 
Sheridan, Esq. Born 1831 ; succeeded 
his uncle in 1875 : married (1854) Maria 
Elisa Frederigo, of the Island of Capri, 
and has issue, living, 

Son, John Richard Brindsley, b. 1855. 
Daughter, Carlotta Chiara. 

Patron of one living, Wonersh, V. Surrey. 




I follow a long line of ancestry. 



Creation, Lord Grantley and Baron of Markenfield, Yorkshire, in the peerage of 
Great Britain, 1732. 

&rms, Azure : a maunch, ermine, surmounted by a bend, gules. C3t, A blackamoor 
boy's head, affrontee, couped at the shoulders, proper, wreathed round the temples with 
laurel, and round the neck a torse, argent and azure. .ijupportn'S, Dealer, a lion, and 
fillister, a griffin, wings elevated, both argent, and ducally gorged, or, and pendent from 
the coronets, by a red ribbon, a shield of the arms of Norton. 

Seats, Grantley Hall, Yorkshire; Wonersh Park, near Guildford, Surrey; Dale, 
Perthshire; Kettlethorpe Hall, Wakefleld. Town Residence, 10, Wilton Place, S.W. 



GRANTLEY, Lord, and MARKENFIELD, Baron, His lordship's pre- 
decessor was his uncle, Fletcher, 3rd Lord and Baron, son the Hon. Fletcher Norton, a 
Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland, who was 2nd son of the 1st Baron. He was b. July 
14, 1/98, and succeeded his uncle 1822 ; was educated at the Royal Military College, Sand- 
hurst ; herved in the Guards for several years ; was present at Waterloo (where he was 
wounded), and at Quatre Brasj led a storming party at Peronne; was High Steward of 
Guildford, and a Magistrate for Surrey and Yorkshire : m, 1825, Charlotte Earle, youngest 
daughter of the late Sir William Beechey. He d. 1875, without issue. 

GRANTLEY, Lady, CHARLOTTE EARLE, youngest daughter of the late 
Sir William Beechey; m. 1825, Fletcher Norton, 3rd Lord Grantley, 
who d. 1875. 
Residence, Grantley Hall, Yorkshire. 



GRANVILLE, EARL. (LEVESON-GOWER.) 

GRANVILLE GEORGE LEVESON-GOWER, 
K.G., P.C., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S. 2nd 
Earl. Born May llth, 1815 ; succeeded his 
father in 1846; educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford (Hon. D.C.L. 1863); 
attached to the Embassy at Paris, 1835 6; 
was Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 
1840 1 ; Master of the Buckhounds, 
1846 8; Vice President of the Board of 
Trade, 1848 51 ; Secretary for Foreign 
Affairs, 1851 2 ; Chancellor of the 
Duchy of Lancaster, 1854 5 ; Lord Pre- 
sident of the Council, 18524, 18558, 




You may break, but you will not 
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and 1859 66. and Secretary of State for the Colonies, 186870, when he 
was appointed Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs ; went as Ambas- 
sador Extraordinary on a special mission to Russia, (on the coronation of 
Alexander II.) 1856. Is Chancellor of the University of London ; Constable 
of Dover Castle ; Lord Warden of the Cinque Port's, an Elder Brother of 
the Trinity House, and Hon. Col. of the 1st Administrative Battalion of the 
Cinque Ports Rifle Volunteers. Sat as M.P. for Morpeth, 183740, and 
for Lichfield, 18416. Married 1st (1840), Marie Louise Pelline, only child 
of Emeric Joseph, Due de Dalberg, and widow of Sir F. R. E. Acton, 7th Bart. 
(this lady died, 1860); 2ndly (1865),^Castalia Rosalind, youngest daughter 
of the late Walter Campbell, Esq. of Islay, and has issue, living, 

Son, Granville George, Lord Leveson, *. 1872. 

Daughters, Victoria Alberta, b. 1867. Sophia Castalia Mary, b. 1870. 

Brother living, Edward Frederick, M.P. b. 1819, m. 1853. 

Sister living, Georgiana. Charlotte, b. 1812, in. 1833, (Fullerton). 

Creations, Viscount Granville of Stone Park, 1815, Earl Granville and Baron Leve- 
son, 1833, all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

lrmg Quarterly : 1st and 4th, barry of eight, argent and gules, a cross flory, sable, 
Gower ; 2nd, azure, three laurel leaves, or, Leveson; 3rd, gules, three clarions, or, Granville ; 
in the centre a crescent for difference. (Crest, A wolf passant, argent, collared and lined, or. 
Supporters Two wolves, argent, plain collared, and line reflexed over the back, gold, and 
charged on the shoulder with an escutcheon, gules, thereon a clarion, or. 

Seats, Stone Park, Stone, Staffordshire ; Walmer Castle, Walmer, Kent. 

Town Residence, iQ, Bruton Street, W. 

Clubs, Athenaeum, Travellers', St. James's, White's, Brooks' s. 



GRANVILLE, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Granville* 
1st Earl Granville, G.C.B. P.C. son of the 1st Marquess of Stafford. He was b. Oct. 12 
1773, and was, in 1815, raised to the peerage, as Viscount, and in 1833 as Baron and Earl ; 
was for some time Ambassador to Russia, and afterwards to France: m. Dec. 24, 1809 
Lady Henrietta Elizabeth Cavendish, daughter of the 5th Duke of Devonshire, K.G. and d. 
Jan. 8, 1846, having had issue three sons and two daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1862. 



GRAVES, BARON. (GRAVES.) 

CLARENCE EDWARD GRAVES, 4th Baron 
in the peerage of Ireland. Born June 
8th, 1847; succeeded his father 1870; 
educated at Cheltenham College; entered 
the Royal Navy as Midshipman, 1861, and 
became Sub-Lieut, of H.M.S. "Royal 
Alfred," June, 1869, and Lieut. Nov. 
1869, and retired from the service, 1873 : 
married (1870) Katherine Frederica, 
eldest daughter of Sir Clinton Murdoch, 
K.C.M.G., and has issue, living, 
Son, Sydney Thomas Williams North, b. 1872. 
An eagle does not catch flies. Daughter, -Violet Georgina Adele, b. 1871. 




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Sisters living, Jane Adele, b. 1834. Louisa Eleanor, b. 1840. 

Creation, Baron Graves, of Gravesend, Londonderry, in the peerage of Ireland, 1794. 

3nns, Gules : an eagle, displayed, ducally crowned, or, on a canton, argent, an 
anchor, proper. (Treat, A demi-eagle, displayed and erased, or, encircled round the body 
and below the wings by a ducal coronet, argent. .Supporters, Two royal vultures, wings 
close, proper. 

Seats, Thanckes, and Gravesend House, Devonport. 
Town Residence, 8, St. George's Square, S.W. 

GRAVES, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
Thomas, 3rd Baron Graves. He was b. April 18th, 1804, and succeeded his father 1830 ; 
educated at the Royal Military college, Sandhurst; m. 1st 1829, Sophia Tberese, who d. 
1833, daughter of General Berthier; 2ndly, 1833, Louisa Adele Malene. He d. 1870, 
leaving issue one son and two daughters. 

GRAVES, Dowager Baroness, LOUISA ADELE, daughter of Malene, Esq. ; 
m. 1833, as his 2nd wife, William Thomas, 3rd Baron Graves, who d. 1870. 
Residence, Gravesend-house, Devonport. 



GRAY, BARONESS. (MURRAY.) * 

MARGARET MURRAY, Baroness Gray, in 
the peerage of Scotland, only child of the 
Hon. Margaret Gray, sister of the late 
Baroness, and who died in 1821, having 
married, in 1820, John Grant, Esq. of 
Kilgraston. Born April 14th, 1821 ; suc- 
ceeded her aunt in 1869 : married (1849) 
the Hon. Major David Henry Murray, son 
of the 3rd Earl of Mansfield, (he d. 1862). 

Creation, Lord Gray of Gray, Forfarshire, 
in the peerage of Scotland, 1415. 

arms, Gules : a lion rampant, within a bordure engrailed, argent. Crest, An 
anchor erect, or. Supporters, Two lions guardant, gules. 

Seats, Kinfauns-castle, Perthshire ; Gray-house, Forfarshire. 

Residence, Fenton-house, Hampstead. 

Town Residence, 42, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. 

GRAY, Baroness, Her ladyship's predecessor was her aunt, Madelina, 
(17th) Baroness Gray. She was b. Nov. 11, 1709, succeeded her brother Jan. 31, 1867, 
and d. unmarried, Feb. 20, 1869. 

GRAY, MARY ANNE, Baroness, daughter of Lt.-Gen. Charles Philip Ainslie, 
of the 4th Dragoons : m. 1833, the 16th Baron Gray, who d. 1867. 

Residence, 

* The Lords Gray have always claimed the dignity of Premier Baron in the Scottish 
peerage. John, the llth Baron, in 1793, at the election for the Representative Peers of 
Scotland at Holyrood, claimed precedency over all other Barons, and strongly protested 
against Baron Forbes being called before himself. The precedence, however, has never 
been definitely settled. 




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Greenock, Lord, son of Earl Cathcart. (see Cathcart.) 

Grenville (Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville), family name 
of the Duke of Buckingham. 



I have decreed. 




I scarce call these things our own. 



GREVILLE, BARON. (GREVILLE-NUGENT.) 

FULKE SOUTHWELL GREVILLE-NUGENT, 
1st Baron, 2nd son of the late Algernon 
Greville, Esq., by Caroline, 2nd daughter 
of the late Sir Bellingham Graham, 6th 
Baronet. Born Feb. 17th, 1821; served 
sometime in the 1st Life Guards. Sat as 
M.P. for co. Longford (L.) 185269; is 
Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum of co. 
Westmeath, of which county he was High 
Sheriff, 1850; a Magistrate for Hertford- 
shire, Col. of the Westmeath Militia, and a 
Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for the coun- 
ties of Cavan, Longford and Roscommon. 
Assumed for himself and younger children 
the additional surname of Nugent, by 

Royal Letters Patent, 1866 : married (1840) Lady Rosa Emily Mary Anne 
Nugent, only daughter of the 1st Marquess of Westmeath, by whom he has 
issue, living, 

Sons, Algernon William Fulke GREVILLE, b. 1841 ; became Capt. in the 1st Life Guards, 
1866 ; was Groom in Waiting to Her Majesty, 186873, Private Secretary to the Right 
Hon. W. E. Gladstone 18723; appointed a Lord of the Treasury, Aug. 1873; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Westmeath; sat as M.P. (L.) for Westmeath co. 1865 
74, wl.en he was an unsuccessful candidate: TO. 1863, Lady Beatrice Violet Graham, 2nd 
daughter of the 4th Duke of Montrose, and has, with other issue, Ronald Henry Fulke, 
b. 1864. Town Residence, 3, Hereford Gardens, S.W. Clubs, White's, Brooks's, 
New Liberal, Kildare-street (Dublin). 

George Frederick Nugent, M.P. b. 1842, TO. 18JO. Robert Southwell, b. 1847. Reginald 
James Macartney, b. 1848, TO. 1871. Patrick Emilius John, b. 1852. 

Daughters, Mildred Charlotte, b. 1850, TO. 1869 (De la Bedoyere.) 

Brothers living, Algernon William Bellingham, b. 18 , TO. 1st, 1844, Margaret, daughter 
of A. Petty, Esq. (she d. 1845); 2ndly, 1847, Mary Fanny, daughter of Christopher Idle, 
Esq. (she d. I860); 3rdly, 1863, Louisa Fanny, daughter of the late Major- Gen. Parker, 
R.A. Residence, 45, Sussex-gardens, W. Club, Reform. 

Southwell, b. 18 ; is Major in the 1st European Bengal Fusiliers: m. 1847, Jane, 
daughter of Lowford Tonson, Esq. of Newry, (she d 186l). 

Creation, Baron Greville of Clonyn, county Wes meath,inthe peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1869. 



, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, ermine, two bais, gules, a canton of the last, Nugent ; 
2nd and 3rd, sable, on a cross within a bordure, engrailed, or, five pellets, Greville. 
(rest, 1st, a cockatrice with wings elevated, proper, charged on the breast with a pellet, 
motto over the crest "Decrevi," Nugent ; 2nd, out of a ducal coronet, gules, a demi swan 
with wings expanded^ argent, Greville. Supporters, Dexter, a swan, argent, ducally 
gorged, gules, and charged on the breast with a pellet : sinister, a cockatrice with wings 
elevated, proper, gorged with an antique crown, or. 

Seat, Clonyn-castle, Delvin, co. Westmeath. Town Residence, 34, Grosvenor- 
square.W. Clubs, Reform, Travellers', United Service. 



Greville, family name of the Earl of Warwick. 



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GREY, EARL. (GREY.) 

HENRY GREY, K.G. G.C.M.G. P.C. 3rd 
Earl, and a Baronet, Lord Lieut, and 
Gustos Rotulorum of Northumberland. 
Born Dec. 28th, 1802 ; succeeded his fa- 
ther in 1845; educated at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, (M.A. 1823); was Under Se- 
cretary for the Colonies, 1830 3, and for 
the Home Department, 1834; Secretary 
at War, 18359, and Secretary of State for 
the Colonies, 184652; sat as M.P. for 
"Winchilsea, 1826 30, for Higham Ferrers, 
1831, for North Northumberland, 1831 
41, and for Sunderland, 1841 5 : 
married (1832) Maria, youngest daughter of Sir Joseph Copley, 3rd Bart. 

Heir presumptive, His nephew, Albert Henry George, b. 1851, son of the late Gen. the 
Hon. Charles Grey, who died 1870, by Caroline, daughter of Sir T. H. Farquhar, 1st 
Bart. Residence, St. James's Palace. 

Brothers living, Six Frederick, R.N. G.C.B. b. 1805, m. 1846. George, R.N. b. 1809 

m. 1845. The Rev. John, b. 1812, m. 1st, 1836 ; 2ndly, 1874. The Rev. Francis Richard, 
b. 1813, m. 1840. Harry Cavendish, b. 1814. 

Sisfers living, Elizabeth, 6.1798, m. 1826, (Bulteel) . Georgiana, 6. 1801. Mary, b. 1807, 
m. 182Q, the 1st Viscount Halifax, G.C.B. 

Creations, Baron Grey of Howick, 1801, Viscount Howick and Earl Grey, 1806, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1746. 




To serve the king with good will. 



, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, gules, a lion rampant, within a bordure engrailed, 
argent; 2nd and 3rd, barry of six, argent and azure ; a bend, gules, charged with a bezant. 
Crest, A scaling ladder, or. ^uppovtrrg, Dexter, a lion guardant, gules, ducally crowned 
or ; sinister, a tiger guardant, proper. 

Seat, Howick-house, Lesbury, Northumberland. Town Residence, 13, Carlton- 
house -terrace, S.W. Clubs, Athenaeum, Travellers'. 

GREY, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles, K.G. 
2nd Earl Grey. He was b. March 13, 1/64, and succeeded his father as Earl, Nov. 14, 1807, 
and his uncle, as 3rd Bart, in 1808 ; was M.P. for Northumberland for twenty-one 
years. Held many offices in the State, including that of Premier, 18304: TO. Nov. 18, 
1794, the Hon. Mary Elizabeth Ponsonby, daughter of the 1st Baron Ponsonby; and d. 
July 17, 1845, having had issue ten sons and five daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1861. 

Grey, family name of the Earl of Stamford and Warrington. 



GREY DE REDCLIFFE, BARON, (EGERTON.) 

ARTHUR EDWARD HOLLAND GREY 
EGERTON, 1st Baron, (Yiscount Grey de 
Wilton, by courtesy), eldest son of the 
2nd Earl of Wilton, P.C., D.C.L., G.C.H. 
Born 1833 ; was educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford; sat as M.P. for 
Weymouth (C.) 185062 ; was Lieut, in 
the 1st Life Guards 18569, and Major 
in the Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry 
Cavalry 185760 ; sat as M.P. for Bath 
(C.) June 1873 till Feb. 1874, when he 
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the Upper House during the life-time of his father 1875. Married (1858) 
Lady Elizabeth Charlotte Louisa Craven, daughter of the 2nd Earl of 
Craven. 

Brother living, Seymour John Grey, b. 1839, m. 1862. 

Sisters living, Elizabeth Grey, b, 1832, m. 1853, the Hon. Col. Dudley Charles De Ros, 
eldest son of Baron De Ros. Katherine Grey, b, 1835, m. 1861 (Coke). Alice Magdalene 
Grey, b. 1842, m. 1863 (Des Voeux). 

Creation. Baron Grey de Redcliffe, in the county Palatine of Lancaster, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1875. 

'xJrms, Argent : a lion rampant gules, between three pheons, points downwards sable. 
(Erest, Three arrows, points downwards, one in pale and two in saltire or, barbed and 
fledged sable, band gules and tasseled or. Supporters, Dexter, a wyvern, wings inverted 
or ; sinister, a lion argent, ducally crowned or, 

Residence, 10, Wilton Crescent, S.W. C^wis, Carlton, Guards, White's. 

GREY DE RUTHYN, BA.RONY OF, see "Peerages in Abeyance." 
Grey de Wilton, Viscount, (see Grey de Redclifle.) 

Grey of Groby, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Stamford and 
Warrington. 

Grimston, Viscount, son of the Earl of Verulam, (see Verulam.) 
Grimston, family name of the Earl of Verulam, 
Grinstead, Baron, title of the Earl of Enniskillen on Eoll of H. L. 
Grosvenor, Earl, son of the Duke of Westminster, (see Wesminster). 

,, family name of Baron Ebury. 

,, ,, ,, the Duke of Westminster. 

Grosmont, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Beaufort. 
Guernsey, Lord, title borne by the Earl of Aylesford. 

GUILFORD, EARL OF, (NORTH.) 

DUDLEY FRANCIS NORTH, 7th Earl, 
son of Dudley, Lord North, (who was 
eldest son of the 6th Earl of Guilford), 
and Charlotte Maria, 4th daughter of the 
Hon. and Rev. W. Eden, and the Dowager 
Lady Grey de Ruthyn. Born July 14th, 
1851 ; succeeded his grandfather in 1861 ; 
was educated at Eton; appointed Cornet 
in the Royal Horse Guards 1868, and 
Lieut. 1870, retired 1871 ; is Cornet in 

__^_ the East Kent Yeomanry Cavalry: married 

With courage and fidelity. (1874) Georgiana, youngest daughter of 

Sir George Chetwynd, 3rd Bart. 




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Brothers living, Morton William, heir presump- five, b. 1852; educated at Eton; is Lieut. 
East Kent Militia. Cecil, b. 1855. 

Sister living, Flora Mildred, b. I860. 

Patron of four livings, East Langdon, R. Fairfield, V. and with T. Papillon, Esq. 
Eythorn, R. Kent. Little Glemham, R. Suffolk. 

Creations, Baron Guilford of Guilford, 1 683, Earl of Guilford, 1/52, both in the 
peerage of Great Britain. 

Srtns, Azure : a lion passant, or, between three fleurs-de-lis, argent. (Crest, A 
dragon's head, erased, sable, ducally gorged and chained, or. Supporters, Two mastiffs, 
proper. 

Seats, Waldershare-park, t)over, Kent; Glemham-hall, Wickham Market, Suffolk. 
C/wAs, Carlton, White's, Boodle's. 

GUILFORD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, 
the Rev. Francis, 6th Earl of Guilford. He was b. Dec. 19, 1772, and succeeded his cousin, 
Oct. 14, 1827; was Master of St. Cross Hospital, Winchester, and Rector of St. Mary's, 
Southampton: m. 1st, Feb. 20, 1798, Esther, daughter of the Rev. John Harrison, (she d. 
1823, without issue) ; 2ndly, May 4, 1826, Harriet, daughter of the late Sir Henry 
Warde, G.C.B. and d. Jan. 28, 186l, having had issue five sons and two daughters. Her 
ladyship married, 2ndly, 1863, John L. Elliot, Esq., and d. 1874. 



GUILLAMORE, VISCOUNT. (O'GRADT.) 

PAGET STANDISH O'GRADY, 4th Viscount, 
in the peerage of Ireland, son of Stan- 
dish, 2nd Viscount. Born Nov. 29th, 
1835; succeeded his brother in 1860; is 
a Magistrate for Limerick ; manned (1869) 
Eliza, daughter of the late William Henry 
Feston, Esq. 

Brothers living, Hardress Standish, heir pre- 
sump live, b. 1841 ; entered the Royal Artillery 




Wounded, but unconquered. 

Sisters lining, Sophia, 6.1829, m. 1862, (Williams). Gertrude, 6.1831, m. 1855, (Norbury) 
Kathleen Eleanor Henrietta, 6.1834, . 1855, (Steuart). Amabel, 6.1843, wi.1873* 
(Freeling) . 

Creations, Baron O'Grady of Fort Grady, and Viscount Guillamore of Cahir 
Guillamore, in the peerage of Ireland, 1831. 

Slrms, Per pale, gules and sable, three lions, passant guardant, per pale, argent and 
or ; the centre lion charged on the side with a portcullis, azure. (Crest, A horse's head 
erased, argent, charged with a portcullis, azure. Supporters, Two lions guardant, per 
fesse, argent and or, each charged on the shoulder with a portcullis, azure. 

Seat, Cahir-Guillamore Bruff, (co.) Limerick, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 158, Warwick Street, Pimlico, S.W. 

GUILLAMORE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, 
Standish, 3rd Viscount Guillamore. He was 6. July 8, 1832, and succeeded his father, July 
22, 1848: m. July 23, 1853, Ada, who d. 1867, daughter of A. Blennerhasset, Esq. M.P. 
of Bally seedy ; and d. April 10, I860, having had issue an only daughter, Cecilia. 



Guthrie, family name of Baron Oranmore and Browne. 



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A well-balanced mind never fails. 



GWYDYR, BARON. (BURRELL.) 

PETER ROBERT BDRRELL, 4th Baron, 
and a Baronet, son of the Hon. Lindsey 
Merrik Burrell, by Frances, daughter 
of the late James Daniell, Esq. Born 
April 27th, 1870: succeeded his cousin 
in 1870: educated at St. John's College, 
Cambridge (M.A. 1830); was for many 
years Secretary to the Lord Great 
Chamberlain ; is a Magistrate and Dep. 
Lieut, for Suffolk, and was sometime 
Chairman of the Quarter Sessions ; 
served as High Sheriff of Suffolk 1858 : 
married 1st (1840) Sophia, who died 
1843, only child of the late Frederick 
Campbell, Esq., of Barbreck, co. Ar^yle, 

-,and 2ndly (1856) Georgina, daughter of the late George Holford, Esq., MT., 

ofWestonbirt, Gloucestershire, and has issue, living, 

Son (by first marriage) , Willoughby Merrik Campbell, b. 1841 ; entered the Rifle Brigade 
as Ensign I860, became Lieut. 1865, and Capt. 1872: m. 18/3, Alary, only child of 
J. T. Banks, Esq., of Merrion-square, Dublin. 

Daughter (by second marriage) , Cicely, 6. 1858. 

*Sisters living, Marcia Sarah, m. 1st, 1851. the Rev. C. Cameron, M.A. : 2nd, W. Whit- 
tington, Esq. Charlotte Anne, m. 1851, Charles Wilmot Smith, Esq., of Ballynanty- 
house, (co.) Limerick. 

Creation, Baron Gwydyr of Gwydyr, co. Carnarvon, in the peerage of England, 1796. 
A Baronet, 1765. 

&rms : Quarterly, 1st, vert, three shields argent, each charged with a bordnre 
engrailed or; 2nd, or, fretty azure; 3rd, argent, three battering rams inhale proper, 
headed and garnished azure; 4th, vert, three eagles, displayed in fesse or. ifrfst, 1st, 
a naked arm embowed holding a branch of laurel proper; 2nd, a Saracen's head couped 
and affrontee, proper, ducally crowned or. Supporters, Dexter, a grey friar habited 
proper; sinister, a wild man wreathed about the temples and loins. 

Sea ,-r-Stoke- park, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Town Residence, 7, Richmond Terrace, S.W. 

Club, Oxford and Cambridge. 

GWYDYR, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, Alberic 
Prummond Willoughby, 21st Baron Willoughby de Eresby, and 3rd Baron Gwydyr. He 
was b. Dec. 25, 1821, and succeeded his father Feb. 1865 ; educated at Eton, and at Trinity 
College, Cambridge; was a Dep. -Lieut, of Lincolnshire: he d. unmarried, Aug. 27th, 1870, 
when the title of Willoughby de Eresby fell into abeyance, and in the following year was 
restored to the Baroness Aveland, sister of the 21st Baron. 



* Raised in 1870 to the rank of a Baron's children. 




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HADDINGTON, EARL OF. (BAILLIE-ARDEN-HAMILTON.) 

Virtue is greater than splendor. GEORGE BAILLIE - ARDEN - HAMILTON, 

llth Earl, in the peerage of Scotland, 
and a Representative Peer for Scotland. 
Born July 26th, 1827 ; succeeded his father 
June 1870 ; educated at Christ Church, 
Oxford ; appointed Vice Lieut, of Ber- 
wickshire, 1873 ; is a Magistrate and a 
Dep. -Lieut, of Haddingtonshire, a Magis- 
trate for Cheshire, of which county he 
was High Sheriff 1871, and Lieut.-Col. 
East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry; as- 
sumed, in 1858, by royal license the 
additional surname and arms of Arden : 
I undertake and persevere. married (1854) Helen Catherine, 2nd 

daughter of Sir John "Warrender. 5th 

Bart, by the Hon. Frances Henrietta Arden, daughter of the late Lord 
Chief J ustice Baron Alvanley, and ha? issue, living, 
Sons, George, Lord Binning, b. 1856, Richard, b. 1858, Henry Robert, b. 1862. 
Daughters Ruth, b. 1855. Grisell, b. 1861. Cecely, b. 1863. 
Brothers living, Robert, b. 1828, m. 186l. Henry, b. 1832, m. 1872. Rev. Arthur Charles, 

b. 1838, m. 1866. 

Sisters living, Mary, b. 1825, m. 1855, (Douglas), Frances, b. 1829, Georgina Sophia, 
b. 1839, m. 1861, (Vernon). 

Creations, Baron of Binning, 1613 Earl of Haddington, 1619, both in the peerage of 
Scotland. 

rms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th grand quarters, quarterly, gules, on a chevron between 
three cinquefoils argent, a buckle azure, between two spots of ermine, all within a bordure 
or, charged with eight thistles vert, Hamilton of Byers ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a fesse wavy 
between three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper, Melross; 2nd and 3rd, grand quarters 
sable, the sun in his glory betwixt nine stars, three, two, three, and one, argent. (Crrsts, 
1st, two dexter hands issuing out of clouds conjoined fessewise, and holding betwixt them 
a branch of laurel erect, all proper, Hamilton; 2nd; a crescent or. Supporters Two dogs 
argent, plain collared gules. 

Seats, Tyninghame-house, Preston Kirk, Haddingtonshire ; Lennel-house, Cold- 
stream, Berwickshire ; Mellerstein, Roxburghshire ; Jerviswoode, Lanarkshire $ Arderne- 
hall, Tarporley, Cheshire. 

Club, Carlton. 

HADDINGTON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George, 
10th Earl, and a Representative Peer of Scotland. He was b. April 14, 1802 ; educated at 
Harrow, and at Christ Church, Oxford; was a Lord in Waiting to the Queen 1S6/ 8, Lord 
High Commissioner of Scotland, a Dep. -Lieut, of Haddingtonshire, and Lieut. -Command- 
ant of the East Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry ; succeeded his cousin 1858 ; assumed in 1859 
the additional and original surname of Hamilton to that of Baillie ; m. 1824, Georgiana, 
daughter of Ven. and Rev. Robert Markham, Archdeacon of York ; he d. June, 1870, 
leaving issue five sons and three daughters. Her ladyship d. 18/3. 



Haddo, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Aberdeen. 

Haldane (Duncan-Haldane), family name of the Earl of Camperdown. 



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By persevering. 



HALIFAX, VISCOUNT. (WOOD.) 

CHARLES WOOD, P.C. G.C.B. 1st Vis- 
count, and a Baronet, son of Sir Francis 
Wood, 2nd Bart. Born Dec. 20, 1800; 
succeeded his father as 3rd Baronet, 1846 ; 
educated at Eton, and at Oriel College, 
Oxford, (B.A. 1st class in Classics and 
in Mathematics, 1821, M.A. 1825 ) ; was 
Secretary to the Treasury, 1832 5, and to 
the Admiralty, 1835 9; Chancellor of 
the Exchequer, 184652; President of 
the Board of Control, 18525; First 
Lord of the Admiralty, 18558; and 
Secretary for India, 1859 66 ; appointed 
Lord Privy Seal, 1870: sat as M.P. for Grimsby, 182631, for Wareham, 
18312, for Halifax, 183265, for Ripon, 18656 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for the East and West Ridings of Yorkshire: married (1829) 
Lady Mary Grey, daughter of the 2nd Earl Grey, K.G. and has issue, 
living, 

Son*, Charles Lindley, b. 1839; was educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
(B.A. 1865, M.A. 1866) ; is Groom of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales, and 
President of the English Church Union; appointed Capt. 1st West Riding Yeomanry 
Cavalry, 1872: m. 1869, Lady Agnes Elizabeth Courtenay, only daughter of the llth 
Earl of Devon, and has with other issue, a son, b. 18JO. Residence, 32, Lowndes 
Square, S.W. Clubs, St. James's, Brooks's, Travellers'. 
Henry John Lindley, b. 1843. Frederick John Lindley, b. 1846. 

Daughters, Emily Charlotte, b. 1840, m. 1863, (Ingram). Alice Louisa, b. 1847, m. 1870 
(Dundas) .Blanche Edith, b. 1851. 

Creation, Viscount Halifax of Monk Bretton, Yorkshire, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1866. A Baronet, 1784. 

Patron of two livings, Hickleton, V. and Ulley, V. Yorkshire, 
arms. Azure: three naked savage men of the wood, passant, m fesse, proper, each 
holding in his dexter hand a club, resting on his shoulder, all proper, and on his sinister 
arm a shield, argent, charged with a cross, gules ; on a canton, ermine, three lozenges, 
conjoined in fesse, sable. Crest, A savage, as in the arms, the shield sable, charged with 
a griftin's head, erased, argent. S>ttpportms, On either side a griffin, sable, gorged with a 
collar, and pendant therefrom a portcullis, or. 

Seats, Hickleton-hall, Doncaster; Garrowbj ,5 Pocklingtor ; Yorkshire. 



Town Residence, 10, Belgrave-square, S.W. 
Clubs, Atheiise urn, Brooks' s, Travellers*. 



HAMILTON, DUKE OF. 



Sits as DUKE OF 



(HAMILTOX-DOUGLAS.y 

BRANDON. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER Louis STEPHEN 
HAMILTON-DOUGLAS, 12th Duke of Ha- 
milton, Premier Peer of Scotland, and 
9th Duke of Brandon. Born March 12th, 
1845; succeeded his father in 1863; edu- 
cated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Ox- 
ford; was appointed Lieut. -Col. of the 
Queen's Own Royal Regiment of Glasgow, 
and the Lower Ward ot the Lanarkshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry, 1866; is Hereditary^ 
Keeper of Holyrood House: married 

(1873) Lady Mary Louise Elizabeth Montague, daughter of the 7th Duke of 

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Brother tiring, Charles George Archibald, heir presumptive, b. 1847; was educated at 
Eton; appointed Cornet in the llth (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars, 1866, and has 
since retired ; was Aide-de-Camp to Baron Napier of Magdala, during the Abyssinian 
war, 186; 8. 

Sister living, Mary Victoria, b. 1850, m. 1869, ( Valentinois) . 

Creations, Earl of Angus, 1389, Baron Hamilton, 1445, Earl ot Arran, 1503, 
Marquess of Hamilton, 1599, Baron Abernethy and Jedburgh Forest, and Marquess of 
Douglas, 1633, Baron Avon, Polmont, Mackanshire, and Innerdale, Earl of Lanark, 
Marquess of Clydesdale, and Duke of Hamilton, 1643, all in the peerage of Scotland ; Duke 
of Brandon, in the county of Suffolk, and Baron of Dutton, in the county of Chester, both 
in the peerage of Great Britain, 1711. The Dukedom of Chatelherault, in France, (1552), 
in dispute between the Duke of Hamilton and the Duke of Abercorn, was confirmed to 
the former by Imperial decree, in 1864. To this decision an appeal has been lodged by the 
Duke of Abercorn. 

Patron of one living, Easton, R. Suffolk. 

Srtns, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, grand quarters, quarterly, 1st and 4th, gules, three 
cinquefoils, pierced, ermine, Hamilton; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a lymphad, with the sails 
furled, sable, Arran; 2nd and 3rd, grand quarters, quarterly, 1st, azure, a lion rampant, or; 
2nd, or, a lion rampant, gules, debruised by a bendlet, sable, Galloway ; 3rd, argent, three 
piles, gules, Wishurt; 4th, or, a fesse, cheeky, argent and azure, surmounted with a 
bend, gules, charged with three buckles, of the first ; in an escutcheon of the first, over the 
last four quarters, the arms of Douglas, viz, argent, a heart, gules, ensigned with an imperial 
crown, proper, on a chief, azure, three mullets, argent, Creat. Out of a ducal coronet, 
or, an oak tree, proper, fructed gold, 'and penetrated transversely in the main stem by a 
frame-saw, proper, the frame, or, and the blade inscribed with the word " Through." 
Supporters, Two antelopes, argent, armed, unguled, ducally gorged, and chained, or. 

Seats, Hamilton-palace, Lanarkshire; and Kinniel, Linlithgowshire, Scotland; 
Brodick-castle, Isle of Arran; and Chateau of Marchais, near Laon, France. 

Town Residence, 6, Charles-street, Berkeley-square, W. 

HAMILTON, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father, William 
Alexander Anthony Archibald, llth Duke of Hamilton, and 8th Duke of Brandon, who was 
b. Feb. 19, 1811 ; succeeded his father, Aug. 18, 1852 ; he was Lord Lieut, of Lanarkshire ; 
TO. Feb. 23, 1843, the Princess Marie, daughter of the late reigning (Charles Louis 
Frederick) Grand Duke of Baden, and cousin of Napoleon III. and d. July 15, 1863, having 
Issue two sons and a daughter. 

HAMILTON, Duchess of, Her Highness the Princess MARIE AMELIA 
ELIZABETH CAROLINE, daughter of the late Grand Duke of Baden, and 
cousin to the ex-Emperor Napoleon III. : m. 1843, the llth Duke of 
Hamilton, who d. 1863. 
Seats and Residence, same as the Duke of Hamilton. 

Hamilton, Marquess of, son of the Duke of Abercorn. (see Abercorn.) 

,, Baron and Viscount, titles borne by the Duke of Abercorn. 

,, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 

family name of the Duke of Abercorn. 

,, ,, Viscount Boyne. 

,, ,, ,, Baron Belhaven and Stenton. 

, , (Baillie-Hamilton) , family % name of the late Earl of Haddington, 

,, (Baillie-Arden-Hamilton), family name of the Earl of 
Haddington. 

Hamilton-Blackwood, family name of the Earl of Dufferin. 



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Hamilton-Gordon, family name of the Earl of Aberdeen. 
Hamilton of Strachallan, Baron, title borne by Viscount Boyne. 
Hamilton-Eussell, family name of Viscount Boyne. 




Through so many difficulties. 



HAMMOND, BARON. (HAMMOND.) 

EDMUND HAMMOND, P.C-, 1st Baron, 
third son of the late George Hammond, 
Esq., who was the first minister from 
Great Britain to the United States, and 
afterwards Under Secretary of State for 
Foreign Affairs, by Margaret, daughter 
of the late Andrew Allen, Esq. Born 
June 25th, 1802. Educated at University 
College, Oxford, (B.A. in honors 1823, 
M.A. 1826), of which he was sometime a 
Fellow. Was a Clerk in the Council 
Office 1823 4, when he was appointed to 
the Foreign Office. Was attached to Sir 
Stratford Cannings special missions to Turkey 1831, and to Spain 1832. 
Became Permanent Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1854, 
which office he resigned 1873. Accompanied Lord John Russell on his 
special mission to Vienna Feb. 1855. Sworn a Privy Councillor 1866. 
Married (1846) Mary Frances, daughter of the late Lord Robert Kerr, and 
has issue, living, 

Daughters Mary Georgina, b. 1848. Margaret Elizabeth, b. 1851. Katherine Cecilia, 
b. 1853. 

Creation, Baron Hammond, of Kirkella, Yorkshire, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1874. 

g rm g Argent, on a chevron pean, between three mullets sable, a sun in splendour or. 
(r res t , Between two stags' antlers a falcon rising proper, each wing charged with a 
mullet or. Supporters, On either side a falcon, wings elevated proper, gorged with a chain 
or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon argent, charged with a mullet sable. 
Town Residence, 25, Eaton-place, S.W. Club, Athenaeum. 

HAMPTON, BARON. (PAKIXGTON.) 

JOHN SOMERSET PAKINGTON, P.C., G.C.B., 
D.C.L., 1st Baron, and a Baronet, 2nd son 
of William Russell, Esq. of Powick Court, 
Worcester, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 
Herbert Perrott Pakington, of Westwood 
Park, Droitwich. Born Feb. 20th, 1799; 
educated at Eton, and at Oriel College, 
Oxford. Sat as M.P. for Droitwich (C.) 
1837 74, when he was an unsuccessful 
candidate. Was Secretary of State for 
the Colonies 1852, a Member of the Com- 
mittee of Council for Public Education 
18589, First Lord of the Admiralty 
18589 and 18667, Secretary of State for War 18678, Lieut.-Col. of the 
Worcestershire Yeomanry 18 to 1866, and Chairman of the Worcestershire 




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Quarter Sessions 1834 58. Is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, for Worces- 
tershire, an Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford, and an Elder Brother of the Trinity 
House. Assumed the surname of Pakington in lieu of his patronymic on 
succeeding his maternal uncle, Sir John Pakington, 1830. Married 1st 
(1822) Mary, who died 1843, daughter of Moreton Aglionby Slaney, Esq., 
and has issue, living, 

Son, John Slaney, b. 1826; educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford (B.A. 1847, 
M.A. 1865) ; was Major 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Rifle Volunteers 1863 71, an Officer 
in the Worcestershire Yeomanry 1845 71, and Private Secretary to his father 1852 and 
18668 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Worcestershire, and a Magistrate for the 
City of Worcester: m. 1849, Lady Diana Boyle, daughter of the 4th Earl of Glasgow. 
Residence, King's End, Worcester. Club, Carlton. 

His lordship married 2ndly(1844) Augusta Anne, who died 1848, daugh- 
ter of the Right Rev. George Murray, D.D., Bishop of Rochester, and has 
issue, living, 

Sow, Herbert Perrott Murray, b. 1848. 

His lordship married 3rdly (1851) Augusta, daughter of Thomas Champion 
de Crespigny, Esq., and widow of Col. H. Davies, M.P., of Elmley Park, 
Worcestershire. 

Patron of one living, Hampton Lovett, R. Worcestershire. 

Creation, Baron Hampton, of Hampton Lovett and of Westwood, in the county of 
Worcester, hi the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1874. A Baronet, 1846. 

3rtns, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, per chevron sable and argent, in chief three mullets or, 
in base as many garbs gules, Pakington; 2nd and 3rd, argent, on a chief gules, three 
bezants, Russell. (Crest, 1st, an elephant passant or, langued and dented gnles, Puking- 
ton; 2nd, a talbot dog, Russell. Supporters, Dexter, pierced sable, an elephant or, 
charged on the shoulder with a mullet; sinister, a talbot argent, charged as the dexter. 

Seats, Westwood Park, Droitwich ; Powick Court, Worcester. 

Town Residence, 9, Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs, Carlton, United Service. 

Hanbury (Bateman-Hanbury), family name of Baron Bateman. 
Hanbury-Tracey, family name of Baron Sudeley. 
Handcock, family name of Baron Castlemaine. 

HANMER, BARON. (HANMER.) 

JOHN HANMER, 1st Baron, son of the 
late Lieut. -Col. Thomas Hanmer. Born 
Dec. 22nd, 1809; succeeded his grand- 
father Sir Thomas Hanmer as 3rd Ba- 
ronet, 182^. Educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1828) ; sat 
as M.P. for Shrewsbury 1832 7, for 
Hull 18417, and for Flint district (L.) 
184772. Is a Dep. Lieut, of Flintshire, 
and a Magistrate for Shropshire and 
Flintshire, of which latter county he was 
High Sheriff 1832: married (1833) Geor- 
Guard your honour. giana, daughter of Sir George Chetwynd, 

2nd Bart. 

Brothers living, Wyndham Edward, (heir presumptive to the Baronetcy only), b. 1810 
late Major Royal Horse Guards ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Bucks, and a 
Magistrate for Bedfordshire: m. 1842, Victoria Maria Louisa. who d. 1866. daughter 




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of Sir J. Conroy, 1st Bart. R evidences, Stock grove, near Leighton Buzzard; Rush- 
mere-lodge, Bedfordshire. Club, Conservative. 

The Rev. Henry, MA., b. 1814 ; is Rector of Grendon, Warwickshire: m, 1847, Sybella 
youngest daughter of the late George Gordon, Esq. of Wincombe, Wilts. 
Sisters living, Charlotte Emma, m. 1839, Lord Charles Lennox Kerr, son of the 6th Mar- 
quess of Lothian. Caroline. 

Patron of three livings, Simpson, R. Buckinghamshire. Hanmer, V. and Broning- 
ton, V. Flintshire. 

Creation, Baron Hanmer of Hanmer, and of Flint, in the peerage of the United 
Kingdom, 1872. 




, Argent, two lions passant guardant azure. Crest, On a chapeau a lion 
sejant guardant argent. Supporter? Dealer, a swan j sinister, a heron ; each holding in 
the beak a lotus flower leaved and slipped, all proper. 

Seat, Bettisfield Park, Whitchurch, Salop. 

Town Residence, 59, Eaton Place, S.W. Cfois, Brooks's, Travellers'. 

HARBERTON, VISCOUNT. (POMEROY.) 

JAMES SPENCER POMEROY, 6th Viscount, 
in the peerage of Ireland. Born Nov. 
23rd, 1836; succeeded his father in 1862; 
was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 1859) ; is a Magistrate for Kildare : 
married (1861) Florence Wallace, only 
daughter of William Wallace Legge, Esq. 
of Malone House, Antrim, and has issue 
living, 

Sows, Ernest Arthur George, b. 186" .Ralph 
Fortune is the companion of valour. Legge, 6.1869. 

Daughters, Mine Florence, b. 1865. Hilda Evelyn, b. 1866. 

Sisters living, Mary Ann, b. 1833, m. 1856, (Wigram). Esther Caroline, b. 1835. 

Creations, Baron Harberton, 1783, and Viscount Harberton of Carbery, (co.) Kildare, 
1791, both in the peerage of Ireland. 

Slrmg, Or : within a bordure engrailed, sable, a lion rampant, gules, holding in the 
dexter fore paw an apple slipped. Crest, A lion rampant, gules, holding in the dexter fore 
paw an apple slipped. Supporters, Two wolves, the dexter proper, the sinister argent, both 
plain collared and chained, or. 

Residence, 60, Rutland-gate, S.W. Club, United University. 

HARBERTON, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
James, 5th Viscount Harberton. He was b. Sept. 29, 1790, and succeeded his father, July 
4, 1833 : m. March 1, 1822, Caroline, daughter of the Rev. Sir John Robinson, 1st Bart, of 
Rokeby-hall; and d. Oct. 5, 1862, having had issue three sons and two daughters. 

HARBERTON, Dowager Viscountess, CAROLINE, daughter of the Rev. 
Sir John Robinson, 1st Bart, of Rokeby-hall ; m. 1822, the 5th Vis- 
count Harberton, who d. 1862. 
Residence, Meadowside, Twickenham, S.W. 

Harbord, family name of Baron Suffield. 

HARBOROUGH, Countess of, MARY ELIZA, daughter of Edward Dalby 
Temple, Esq. ; m. 1st, 1843, the 6th Earl of Harborough, who d. 1859, 
when his title became extinct ; 2ndly, 1864, Major Clagett, late of the 
Indian army. 

Patron of three livings, Saxby, R. Leicestershire. Seaton, R. and Whissendine, V. 
Rutland. 

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HARDINGE, VISCOUNT. (HARDINGE.) 

CHARLES STEWART HARDINGE, 2nd 
Viscount. Born Sept. 12th, 1822; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1856 ; educated at 
Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 
3rd class in Classics, 1844) ; sat as M.P. 
for Downpatrick, 1851 6; was Under 
Secretary for War, 1858 9; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for Kent, and 
Lieut. -Col. of the 2nd Kent Rifle Volun- 
teers ; appointed a Trustee of the National 
Portrait Gallery, 1868: married (1856) 
Lady Lavinia Bingham, 3rd daughter of 
the 3rd Earl of Lucan, K.C.B. (this lady 
died, 1864), and has issue, living, 
Sons, Henry Charles, b. 1 So/. Charles, b. 1858. Arthur, b. 185Q. Robert, b. 1863. 

George, b. 1864. 

D'tuz/iters, Lavinia, b. i860. Emily Maude, b. I86l. Mary Hilda Madelina, b. 1862. 
Brother I h-inz, \rih\nr Edward, C.B. b. 1828, m. 1858. 
Sisters lit'iiiir, Frances Elizabeth, b. 1824, m. 1845, (Cunynghame). Emily Caroline. 

Creation, Viscount Hardinge of Lahore and of King's Newton, in the county of 
Derby, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 18*46. 

xlrms, Gules : on a chevron, argent, flmbriated or, three escallops, sable. (Crest, A 
mitre, gules, charged with a chevron, as in the arms. Supporters, On either side a lion, 
proper, that on the dexter morally crowned, or, supporting a flag flowing to the dexter, or, 
and that on the sinister crowned with an Eastern crown, supporting a flag flowing to the 
sinister, or. 

Seats, South-park, near Penshurst-place, Kent; Hetton, Durham. 

Town Residence, 36, South-street, W. C7w6s, Travellers', United Service. 

HARDINGE, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Henry, P.C. G.C.B. 1st Viscount Hardinge. He \vas b. March 30, 1785; and was son of 
the Rev. Henry Hardinee. Rector of Stanhope. He entered the Army at a very early age ; 
became Col. of the 57th Foot ; was present at all the principal engagements of the 
Peninsular war, and on his return home wa>* made a member of the Privy Council ; 
received a cross and five clasps, and was Knight of various foreign Orders. He was a 
Member of the House of Commons, 18.'6 45, and was twice Secretary of War. In 1844, 
he was appointed Gov.-Gen. of India, which high office he held four years, and gained 
great reputation by his conduct during the Sikh war. In 1848 he returned home, and was 
made a Field Marshal in the Army, having been, in 1846, raised to the peerage, with a 
pension of .3,000 per annum: TO. Dec. 10, 1821, Lady Emily Jane Stewart, daughter of 
the 1st Marquess of Londonderry, K.G. and widow of John James, Esq. and d. Sept. 24, 
1856, having had issue two sons and two daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1865. 

HARDWICKE, EARL OF. (YORKE.) 

CHARLES PHILIP YORKE, P.C. 5th Earl. 
Born April 23rd, 1836 ; succeeded his fa- 
ther 1873; educated at Harrow and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 1858). 
Entered the Army as Cornet 7th Hussars 
1857, became Lieut. 1859, when he ex- 
changed to the llth Hussars; retired 
1861; served in the Indian campaign 1858 
59, including the advance into Nepaul, 
and the affair at Sitkaghat. Has received 
a medal. Was Comptroller of H.M.'s 
Household, 1866 -8. Appointed Master 




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of the Buckhounds 1874. Is Col. of the Cambridge University Rifle Volun- 
teers. Sat as M.P. for Cambridgeshire (C.) 186573. Married (1863) Lady 
Sophie Georgiana, daughter of the 1st Earl Cowley, and has issue, living, 
Sow, Albert Edward, Viscount Royston, b. 1867. 
Daughters, Ino. Frederowna. Magdalen. 

Brothers living, John Manners, R.N., b. 1840. Eliot Constantine, M.P., 6. 1843, m. 18/3. 

Alexander Grantham, b. 184". 
Sisters living, Elizabeth Philippa, b. 1834, m. I860, (Adeane). Mary Catherine, b. 183/, 

m. 1857, (Craven). Agneta Harriet, b. 1838, m. 1867, (Montagu). 

Patron of three livings, Wimpole, R. Foulmire, R. West Wickham, V. Cambridge. 

Creations, Baron Hardwicke, 1/33, Earl of Hardwicke and Viscount Royston, in 
the peerage of Great Britain, 1/54. 

&rms, Argent : a saltire, azure, charged with a bezant. Crest, A lion's head erased, 
proper, gorged with a plain collar, gules, charged with a bezant. Supporters, Dexter, a 
lion guardant, or, gorged with a plain collar, gules, charged with a bezant ; sinister, a stag, 
proper, attired, or, and collared as the lion. 

Seats, Wimpole-hall, Royston, Cambridgeshire; Egypt, West Cowes. 

Town Residence, 38, Hertford-street, Mayfair, W. 

C7w6s,Carlton, Travellers', White's. 

HAKDWICKE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles 
Philip, P.C., LL.D., D.C.L., 3rd Earl of Hardwicke. He was b. April 2, 1799, and succeeded 
his uncle 1834 ; educated at Harrow. Entered the Navy 1815, served at the bombardment 
of Algiers 1816, became Capt. 1825, Rear- Admiral 1858, Vice- Admiral 1863. Was Lord 
Lieut, of Cambridgeshire. Sat as M.P. for Reigate 1831, and for Cambridgeshire 18314 ; 
was Postmaster General 1852, Lord Privy Seal 1858 9, and sometime a Lord in Waiting to 
the Queen; made an Hon. LL.D. of Cambridge 1843, and an Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford 1853. 
He m. 1833, the Hon. Susan Liddell, 6th daughter of the 1st Baron Ravensworth, and d. 
Sept. 1873, leaving issue four sons and three daughters. 

HARDWICKE, SUSAN, Countess of, 6th daughter of the 1st Baron 
Ravensworth; m. 1833, the 4th Earl of Hardwicke, who d. 1873. 
Residences, Sydney-lodge, Southampton; 44, Fortman- square, W. 

Hare, Baron, title of the Earl of Listowel on Roll of H.L. 
,, family name of the Earl of Listowel. 

HAREWOOD, EARL OF. (LASCELLES.) 

HENRY THYNNE LASCELLES, 4th Earl. 
Born June 18th, 1824; succeeded his fa- 
ther in 1857 ; educated at Eton, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford ; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
the West Riding of Yorkshire, and was 
sometime Lieut.-Col. of the West Riding 
Hussars, resigned, 1870, but retains his 
rank by Royal permission : married (1845) 
Lady Elizabeth Joan De Burgh, eldest 
daughter of the 1st Marquess of Clan- 
ricarde, K.P. (this lady died, 1854), and 
has issue, living, 
Sons, Henry Ulick, Viscount Lascelles, b. 1846 ; 

was educated at Eton; entered the Grenadier Guards, 1865, became Lieut, and Capt. 

1869, retired 1871, in which year he became Capt. in the Yorkshire Hussar Yeomanry 

Cavalry. Club, Guards'. 

Frederick Canning, b. 1848. Gerald William, b. 1849. Charles George, b. 1851. 




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Daughters, Constance Mary, b. 1852, m. 1872, (Lawley.) Margaret Joan, b. 1853. 
His lordship married 2ndly (1858), Diana Elizabeth Matilda, daughter of 
John George Smyth, Esq. late M.P. for York, and has issue, living, 
Sons, Edwin Harry, b. 1861. Daniel Henry, b. 1862. George Algernon, b. 1865. William 

Horace, b. 1868. Francis John, b. 18/3. Eric James, b. 1873. 
Daughter. Susan Elizabeth, b. I860. \ 

Brothers living, Egremont William, M.P. b. 1825, m. 1856. George Edwin, *. 1826, 

m. 1851. The Rev. James Walter, b. 1831, m. 1856. 
Sisters Hvinp, Louisa Isabella, b. 1830, m. 1853, (Mills). Susan Charlotte, b. 1834, m. 1853, 

the 3rd Baron Wharncliffe. Florence Harriet, b. 1838, m. 186l, (Cust). Maud Caroline, 

b. 1846, in. 1871, (Hamilton). 

Patron of three livings, Goldborough, R. Weeton, V. Yorkshires with the Rev. C. 
Wheeler, Harewood, V. Yorkshire. 

Creations, Baron Harewood, 1796, Earl of Harewood and Viscount Lascelles, 1812, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

firms, Sable a cross patonce within a bordure, or. Crest, A bear's head couped at 
the neck, ermine, muzzled, gules, buckled, or, and gorged with a collar, of the second, 
rimmed and studded, gold. Supporters, Dexter, a bear, ermine, muzzled, gules, buckled, 
or, gorged with a collar of the second, rimmed and studded, and with a chain reflexed 
over the back, gold ; pendent from the collar an escutcheon, or, charged with a cross 
patonce, sable : sinister, a bull, azure, armed, unguled, and semee of mullets, or, collar, 
chain, and escutcheon, as the dexter. 

Seats, Harewood-house, Leeds ; Goldsborough-hall, Yorkshire. Town Residence, 
Harewood-house, 13, Hanover-square, W. C/w6s, Carlton, Travellers'. 

HAREWOOD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Henry, 3rd Earl of Harewood, b. June 11, 1/97; succeeded his father, Nov. 24, 1841 ; he 
was Lord Lieut, of the West Riding ; TO. July 5, 1823, Louisa, daughter of the 2nd Marquess 
of Bath; and d. Feb. 22, 1857, having issue seven sons and six daughters. Her ladyship 
d. m 1859. 



HARRINGTON, EARL OF. (STANHOPE.) 

CHARLES WYNDHAM STANHOPE, 7th 
Earl, son of the Hon. and Very Rev. 
Fitzroy Henry Richard Beauchamp Stan- 
hope, Dean of St. Burian, Cornwall, and 
Rector of Catton, Yorkshire, brother of 
the 5th Earl. Born Aug. 16th, 1809 ; suc- 
ceeded his cousin in 1806; was educated 
at Eton; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate 
for Derbyshire : married (1839) Elizabeth 
Still, daughter of R. L. Pearsall, Esq. of 
Wartensee-castle, Switzerland, and has 
From God and the king. issue, living,- 

Sons, Charles Augustus, Viscount Petersham, 

b. 1844 ; educated at Queen's College, Belfast, and at Christ Church, Oxford : is Capt. 

Cheshire Yeomanry Cavalry : m. 186y, the Hon. Eva Carington, daughter of the 2nd 

Baron Carington. Residence*, 4&me as the Earl of Harrington. Club, Carlton. 

Fitzroy William Whitbread, b. 1845, m. 1869. Lincoln Edwin, b. 1849. Wyndham 

Edward, b. 1851. Dudley Henry Eden, b. 1859. 
Daughters, Caroline Marguerite, b 1840, m. 1867, (Ingham). Leicester Philippa, b. 1842. 

Frances Joanna, b. 1846. Jane Harriet Charlotte, b. 1853. m. 1874, the 4th Baron 

Wallscourt. Blanche Georgina, b. 1861. 

Patron of two livings, Elvaston, R. Derbyshire. Gawsworth, R. Cheshire. 
Creations, Baron Harrington, 1729, Earl of Harrington and Viscount Petersham, 
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firms, Quarterly ; ermine and gules : in the centre a crescent on a crescent for differ- 
ence. Crest, Out of a tower, azure, a demi-lion, or, in the paws a bomb fired, proper, 
Supporters, Dfj ter, a talbot guardant, ardent, guttee de poix ; sinister, a wolf, ermiiiois, 
each gorged with a chaplet of oak, proper. 

Seats, Elvaston- castle, near Derby j Gawsworth-hall, Macclesfield; Stanhope-lodge, 
West Cowes. 

Town Residence, Harrington -ho use, Craig's- court, Charing Cross, S.W. 
Club, Carlton. 

HARRINGTON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor -was his cousin, 
Seymour Sydney Hyde, 6th Earl of Harrington. He was b. >ept. 27, 1845, and succeeded 
his father in 1862; was educated at Christ Church, Oxford; and d. unmarried, Feb. 22, 1866. 

HARRINGTON, Elizabeth, Countess of, ELIZABETH WILLIAM, sole child 
and heiress of William Green, Esq. of Norfolk and Jamaica ; m. 1838, 
the 5th Earl of Harrington, who d. 1862. 
Residences, Harrington-house, Kensington-palace-gardens, W. ; The Beddick Estate, 

near South Shields. 



HARRIS, BARON. (HARRIS.) 

GEORGE ROBERT CANNING HARRIS, 4th 
Baron. Born Feb. 3rd, 1851 ; succeeded 
his father in 1872 ; educated at Eton, and 
at Christ Church, Oxford ; is a Magis- 
trate for Kent ; appointed Capt. East 
Kent Yeomanry Cavalry, 1873. Married 
(1874) the Hon. Lucy Ada Jervis ; daughter 
of the 3rd Viscount St. Vincent. 

Sister living, Frances Charlotte, b. 1852, m. 1874, 
(Haig.) 

Heir presumptive, His uncle, Reginald Temple 
HARRis-TsiviPLE, son of the 2nd Baron; b. 1830, 
educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1854); is a Dep -Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Kent and Westmeath cos.; assumed the additional surname of Temple 
on succeeding to the property of his mother (1851), Isabella Helena, only child of 
Robert Hancock Temple, Esq. Residence, Waterstown, Athlone, Ireland. London 
Address, 34, Brook-street, Grosvenor-square. Clubs, Travellers', St. James's. 

Creation, Baron Harris of Seringapatam and Mysore, in the East Indies, and of 
Belmont, Kent, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1815. 

arms, Vert . on a chevron embattled, erminois, between three hedgehogs, or, as many 
bombs fired, proper; and for augmentation (granted to the 1st Baron), on a chief, a repre. 
sentatiori of part of the wall and ditch and one of the sally-ports of Seringapatam, the 
drawbridge let down, and the Union flag of Great Britain hoisted above the flag of Tippoo 
Sultaun. Crest, On a mural crown, or, the royal tiger of Tippoo Sultaun, passant guardant, 
vert, striped, crowned with an Eastern crown, and charged on the forehead with the Persian 
character implying " Hydery," or the dominions of Hyder Ali, gold ; vulned in the breast by 
an arrow, also gold. Supporters, Dexter, a grenadier in the uniform of 73rd Foot, sup- 
porting with his exterior hand a flag-staff, proper, thereon hoisted the Union flag flying 
towards the dexter over the standard of Tippoo Sultaun ; and holding in the same hand 
the tricoloured flag wound round the lower part of the taff, and the white stripe inscribed 
with the word " Republique," all proper; sinister, a sepoy of the Madras army in uniform, 
supporting in his exterior hand a flag-staff, thereon hoisted the flag of the East India 
Company over the standard of Tippoo Sultaun ; and holding the tricoloured flag wound 
round the lower end of the staff, and the white inscribed with the word " Francaise." 

Seat, Belmont, Faversham, Kent. Club, Boodle's. 





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HARRIS, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George 
Francis Robert, G.C.S.I., D.C.L., LL.C., 3rd Baron Harris. He was b. Aug. 14, 1810, and 
succeeded his father, 1845 ; educated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. Hon. 4th 
class Classics 1831, D.C.L. )863). Was Governor of Trinidad, 184654, and of Madras, 
18549 ; a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 18603, Chamberlain to the Princess of Wales, 
1 8 63_72; Col. of the East Kent Militia, and Major of the East Kent Mounted Rifles : 
.m. 1850, Sarah, who d. 1853, daughter of the Venerable George Cummins, Archdeacon 
of Trinidad. He d. Nov. 23, 1872, leaving issue one son and one daughter. 

Harris, family name of the Earl of Malmesbury. 
HARROWBY, EARL OF. (RYDER.) 

DUDLEY RYDER, K.G. P.C. D.C.L. 
2nd Earl. Born May 19th, 1798; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1847 ; was educated 
at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1st class 
in Classics and in Mathematics, 1819, 
M.A. 1832, and D.C.L. 1848) ; was Secre- 
tary to the Board of Control, 1830 1 ; 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 
18645, and Lord Privy Seal, 18557 ; 
sat as M.P. for Tiverton, 1.S19 31, and 
for Liverpoo i ? 183147 ; is a Governor 
The promise made to the ashes of my of the Charterhouse, a Member of the 
forefathers has been kept. Ecclesiastical Commission, and a Magi- 

strate for Staffordshire and Gloucestershire: married (1823) Lady Frances 
Stuart, 4th daughter of the 1st Marquess of Bute, (this lady died, 1859), 
and has issue, living, 

Sons, Dudley Francis Stuart, Viscount Sandon, P.C., M.P., b. 1831 : educated at Harrow, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1853) ; was Capt. 2nd Staffordshire Militia, 1853; is 
a Dep. Lieut, of Staffordshire; sat as M.P. for Lichfield, 1856 9, and has represented 
Liverpool (C.) since 1868; elected 1870 a Member of the London School Board (West- 
minster Division) ; is a Member of the Council of the Society ot Arts, and a Governor of 
Guy's Hospital; appointed, 1874, Vice President of the Committee of Council on Edu- 
cation : m, 1861, Lady Mary Frances Cecil, daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Exeter, K.G. 
Residence, 39, Grosvenor-square, W. Clubs, Carlton, St. Stephen's, Travellers' 
Athenaeum. 

Henry Dudley, b. 1836, m. 1859 Albert Dudley, b. 1843. 

Brothers living, Granville Dudley, b. 1799, m. 1825. Frederick Dudley, b. 1806, m. 1839. 
Sisters lirinx Mary, b. 1301, m. 1828, (Saurin). Georgiana Elizabeth, b. 1804, m. 1S25, 
the 2nd Baron Wharncliffe. Harriet Charlotte Sophia, A. 1811, m. 1839, (Hervey). 
Louisa, b. 1813, TO. 1833, (Fortescue). 

Patron of five livings, Sandon, V. Staffordshire. Aston -sub-Edge, R. Gloucestershire. 
And with others, Clare Portion, R. Pitts Portion, R. Tidcombe Portion, R. near 
Tiverton, Devonshire. 

Creations, Baron Harrowby, 1776. Viscount Sandon and Earl of Harrowby, 1809, 
all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

9rms, Azure : three crescents, or, each charged with an ermine spot, sable. (Trrst, 
Out of a mural coronet, a dragon's head, argent, charged on the neck with an ermine 
pot, sable. Supporters, Two griffins, wings elevated, argent, each charged on the breast 
with an ermine spot, sable, gorged with a plain collar, azure, thereon three crescents, or, 
and affixed thereto a chain reflexed over the back of the last. 

Sftits, Sandon-hall, Stom-, Staffordshire; Norton-house, Campden, Gloucestershire. 
Town Residence, 99, Grosvenor-square, W. Club, Travel 

HARROWBY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Dudley, 
D.C.L. 1st Earl and 2nd Hnrnn of Harrowby. He was //. Dec. -JL', 1762, ;in<l succeeded his 
father, as Baron, June '-'3, 1803 ; and wa<, in i8<><), advmiced to the Earldom m. July 30, 
1795, Susan, daughter of the 1st Marquess of Stafford, (she d. 1B38; ; and d. Dec. 20, 1847, 
having had issue four sons and five daughters. 




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Hartington, Marquess of, M.P., son of the Duke of Devonshire. 

(see Devonshire.) 

Hartismere, title of Baron Henniker on Roll of H. L. 
Harwich, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Downshire. 

HASTINGS, BARON. (ASTLEY.) 

GEORGE MANNERS ASTLEY, llth Baron, 
and a Baronet. Born April 4th, 1857 ; 
succeeded his brother 1875. 

Brother living, Henry Jacob, heir presumptive, 

b. 1867. 
Sister living, Agneta Frances Delaval. 

Patron of eight livings, Barney, V. Bris- 
ton, V. Foulsham, R. Melton Constable, R. 
Thornage, R. East Barsham, R. Bintree, R. Nor- 
folk. Seaton Delaval, C. Northumberland. 

Creation, Baron Hastings, 12QO, in the 
peerage of England. [This peerage was in abey- 
Tenacious of justice. ance for a very lengthened period.] A Baronet, 

firms, Quarterly : 1st, azure, a cinquefoil pierced, ermine, within a bordure, en- 
grailed, or, Astley; 2nd, argent, a lion rampant, gules, ducally crowned, or, Constable 
of Melton ; 3rd, gules, two lions passant, argent, Le Strange ; 4th, or, a maunch, gules, 
Hastings. (Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five feathers, argent. Supporters, 
On either side a lion, gules, ducally crowned, and gorged with a collar, or, pendent 
therefrom an escutcheon of the arms of Hastings. 

Seats, Melton Constable, Norfolk ; Seaton Delaval, Northumberland. 

HASTINGS, Baron. His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Bernard 
Edward Delaval, 10th Baron. He was 6. Sept. 9, 1855, and succeeded his father 18/2. 
Educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge. Was Sub-Lieut. Norfolk Artillery 
Militia. He d. unmarried Dec. 24, 1875. 

HASTINGS, FRANCES, Baroness, daughter of the late T. Cosham, Esq., 
of Clifton: m. 1st 1860, the 8th Baron Hastings, who d. 1871; 2ndly 
1873, Robert Heane, Esq., late Major Royal South Gloucester Militia. 
Residences, Franklands, Sussex ; 24, Kensington Palace Gardens, W. 

Hastings, Baron title borne by the Earl of Loudoun. 

,, Lord, son of the Earl of Huntingdon, (see Huntingdon.) 
,, family name of the Earl of Huntingdon. 

HASTINGS, Marchioness of, FLORENCE CECILIA PAGET, youngest 
daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Anglesey, K.G.; m. 1st, 1864, the 4th 
Marquess of Hastings, who d. 1868, when the title became extinct: 
(see " Extinct Peerage ") ; 2ndly, 1870, Sir George Chetwynd, 4th Bart. 
Seat, Grendon-hall, Atherstor.e, Warwickshire. 

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Hastings, (Abney-Hastings), family name of the Earl of Loudoun. 

HATHERLET, BARON. (PAGE-WOOD.) 

WILLIAM PAGE- WOOD, P.C., K.B., 
LL.D., F.R.S., D.C.L., 1st Baron, 2nd 
son of the late Alderman Sir Matthew 
Wood, 1st Bart., M.P. for London, 1815 
43, by Maria, daughter of John Page, 
Esq., of Woodbridge. Born Nov. 29th, 
1801 ; educated at Winchester, and at 
Trinity College, Cambridge; (B.A. 24th 
Wrangler, 1824, M.A. 1827, and a Fellow 
of his College, 1825) ; called to the Bar at 
Lincoln's Inn, 1827, and made a Q.C. 
1845 ; was Vice Chancellor of the Duchy 
of Lancaster, 1849 51, Solicitor-Gen. 
] 8512, Vice Chancellor, 185368, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 1868, and Lord 
High Chancellor, 186872. Sat as M.P. for Oxford City, 184753. Is a 
Royal Commissioner for inquiring into the Constitution of the Law Courts, 
also various other Commissions, Hon. D.C.L. of Oxford, 1851, Hon. LL.D. 
of Cambridge, 1865, Hon. Student of Christ Church, Oxford, and a Governor 
of the Charterhouse : married (1830) Charlotte, only daughter of the late 
Major Moor, F.R.S., F.S.A., of Great Bealing, Suffolk. 

Creation, Baron Hatherley of Hatherley, in the county of Gloucester, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1S6S. 

Srms, Quarterly : argent and or, the sceptre or mace representing that of the Lord 
Mayor of the City of London (the same being of crystal, the head terminating in crosses 
patees and fleurs-de-lis, and the whole richly ornamented with gold, pearls, and precious 
stones) in pale, betweeen an oak tree on a mount, vert, fructed, proper, in the 1st and 4th 
quarters; and in the 2nd and 3rd, a bull's head erased, sable, charged on the neck with a 
bezant. Crest, Out of a mural crown, argent, a demi wild man, wreathed about the 
f^mples with oak, fructed, in the dexter hand an oak tree, eradicated and fructed, and in 
the sinister hand a club, all proper. Supporters, On either side a wild man wreathed 
about the waist and temples with oak, fructed, across the shoulders a be't of >vy ; and in 
the exterior hand, a club, all proper. 

Seat, The Red House Park, Ipswich. 

Town Residence, 31, Great George Street, Westminster, S.W. Club, Reform. 

HATHERTON, BARON. (LITTLETON.) 

EDWARD RICHARD LITTLETON, 2nd Ba- 
ron. Born Dec. 31st, 1815; succeeded his 
father in 1863 ; was educated at Eton ; was 
M.P. for Walsall, 184752, and for South 
Staffordshire, 18537 ; has been Col. of 
the King's Own 2nd Staffordshire Militia 
since 1852 ; was Vice Lieut, of Stafford- 
shire, 185563, and is a Dep. Lieut, and 
a Magistrate for that county: married 
(1841) Lady Margaret Percy, youngest, 
daughter of the 5th Duke of Northumber- 
One God, and one king. land, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Edward George Percy, b. 1842 ; was educated at Eton ; was appointed Ensign and 
Lieut, in the Grenadier Guards, 1861, Lieut, and Capt. 1865, an Instructor of Musketry, 
1869, and Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1871 ; appointed Military Secretary to the Earl of 
Dufferin, Governor-General of Canada 1875 : is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Staf- 
fordshire : m. 186", Charlotte Louisa, daughter of Sir Charles Rowley, 4th Bart, and 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



the Hon. Lady Rowley, of Tendring Hall, Stoke-by-Nayland, and has with other issue, 
Edward Charles Rowley, b. 1868. Residence, Ottawa, Canada. Cluhs, Guards', 
Travellers'. 

Algernon Charles, R. N., b. 1843, m. 1874. Henry Stuart, b. 1844. William Francis, 
b. 1847. Rev. CecilJames, b. 1850. 
Sister living, Caroline Augusta, b. 1817; m. 1838, the 8th Earl of Cavan. 

Patron of five livings, Shareshill, V. Peukridge, V. Dunston, V. Coppenhall, V. 
Stretton, V. Staffordshire. 

Creation, Baron Hatherton of Hatherton, in the peerage of the United Kinirdom, l :i. r , 
8rtns, Argent : a chevron charged with a crescent of the first, between three escallops 
sable. Cre0t, A stag's head cabossed sable, attired or; between the attires a bugle In rn 
of the first, garnished and pendent from two annulets conjoined gold. Supporters, Dexter, 
a stag proper, plain collared or, and suspended therefrom an escutcheon argent, charged 
with a bugle strained sable : sinister, a lion gules, ducally gorged, and suspended from the 
coronet an escutcheon, charged as the dexter. 

Seats, Teddesley-park, near Penkridge, and Hatherton, Staffordshire. 
Clubs, Travellers', Brooks's. 

HATHERTON, Baron, Hi^ lordship's predecessor was his father, Edward 
John 'sou of Moreton Walhouse, Hsi|. of Hathertoii-hall , 1st r.aron Hatherton. lie was l>. 
March IB, 1/91; and at 21 years of age inherited the estates of his uncle, Sir Kdwanl Little- 
ton, and assumed the. surname and arms of Littleton-, was for many years M.I', tor 
Staffordshire, and was for sometime Chief Secretary for Ireland. In 18:)5, he was erentefl 
a Baron; was appointed Lord Lieut, of Staffordshire in 1854, and held that oiliee at the 
time of his death: m. 1st, Dec. 21, 1812, Hyacintho Mary, daughter of Riehanl, Marques:, 
of Wellesley, K.O. (she d. 1849), and by her had issue one son and three dansriiters; 2ndly, 
Feb. 11, 1852, Caroline Anne, daughter of Kiehard Hurt, Esq. of Wirkswurth ; and d. 
May 4, 1863, without having had issue from his becoud marriage. 

HATHERTON, CAROLINE ANNE, Baroness, daughter of Richard 
Hurt, Esq.; m. 1st, Edward Davies Davenport, Ks<|. ; Undly, 1-S~>:J, as his 
2nd wife, the 1st Baron Hatherton, who d. 1863. 
Residence, Shunklin, Isle of Wight. 

Hatton (Finch-Hatton), family name of the Earl of Winchilsea. 

HAWARDEN, VISCOUNT. (MAUDE.) 

CORNWALLIS MAUDH, 4th Viscount, in 
the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet, a 
Representative Peer for Ireland. Born 
April 4th, 1817; succeeded his father in 
Ls.jt); was educated at Kton ; was Capt. 
in the 2nd Life Guards, 184U ">;;, and 
a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 1KWJ 
8, to which office he was re-appointed, 
1874; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate, 
for Tipperary and Dumbartonshire, and 
since 18G4 has been one of the " Whips" 
Safe by virtue. for the Conservative party in tin- House 

of Lords ; was sometime Col. of the North 

Tipperary Militia: married (1845) Clementina, eldest daughter ;;nd co-heir 
of the late Admiral the Hon. Charles Elphinstone Fleeining, (this lady died, 
1805), and has issue, living, 

Son Cornwallis-FLRKMiNG, b. 1852; educated at Eton; entered the Grenadier Gnards 
as KnsiKii and Lieut. 1871, became Lieut, and Capt. 1875, (assumed the sum. 
Fleeming, of Higgar and Cumberland, under the entail of his ancestor, John Pleeming, 
(itb Karl of Wigton.) 

Dnifhtrrs Isabella Grace, A. I, sift, m. 1869, the 3rd Baron Colchester. Clem 
/, i st/ - Florence Elizabeth, b. 184Q. Kathleen, />. ls',1, in. is," ( IJrookc.) Elphinstone 
Agnes, I. 1857. Leucha Diana, * I860 Antonia Lillian, b. 1*0 1. 




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Sisters living, Isabella,, b. 1813, m. 1839, (Tottenham) .Maria Adelaide, b 1814, m. 1st, 
1831, the 2nd Earl of Yarborough ; 2ndly, 186g, the 7th Baron Mons on. Florence 
Priscilla Alicia, m. 1849, the 4th Baron Braybrooke. 

Creation, Baron de Montalt of Hawarden, 1785, Viscount Hawarden, l/gi,bothin 
the peerage of Ireland. A Baronet, 1705. 

Trms. Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, a lion rampant, argent, Maude; 2nd and 3rd, 
argent, three bars gemelles, sable, and over all a lion rampant, gules, charged on the 
shoulder with a cross crosslet fitchee, or; also a coat of Maude. Crest, A lion's jamb, 
erased, gules, holding an acorn, or, slipped, vert. Supporters, Two lions, gules, each 
charged on the shoulder with a cross crosslet fltchee, or. 

Seat, Dundrum, Cashel, (co.) Tipperary, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 5, Prince's-gardejis, W. Clubs, Cartoon, United Service, White's 

HAWARDEN, Viscount, His lordship's 'predecessor was his father, 

Cornwallis, 3rd Viscount Hawartlen. He was b. March 28, 1/80, and succeeded his half- 
brother Feb. 26, 1807: m. July 8, 1811, Jane, daughter of P. C. Bruce, Esq., of Taplow- 
lodge, who d. 1852, and d. Oct. 12, 1856, leaving issue one son and four daughters. 

HAWKE, BARON. (HAWKE.) 

Rev. EDWARD HENRY JULIUS HAWKE, 
6th Baron, son of the late Hon. Martin 
Bladen Edward Hawke, who was son of 
the 2nd Baron. Born Dec. 24th, 1815 ; 
succeeded his cousin May 1870; was 
Rector of Willingham 1854 75; is a 
Magistrate for Lincolnshire : married 
(1857) Jane, daughter of Henry Dowker, 
Esq., of Laysthorpe, Yorkshire, and has 
issue, living, 

Sons, Martin Bladen, b. I860. Stanhope, 6.1863. 
Harold Brooke, b. 1867. Edward Julian, b. 
1873. 

Daughter, Mary Catharine. Eleanor Jane Emily. Alice Cassandra. 
Brother living, Bladen Edward, *. 1820 ; a Commander in the Royal Navy. 

Creation, Edward Hawke, the celebrated Admiral, was for his brilliant services 
created Baron Hawke of Towton, in the peerage of Great Britain, in 1776. 

arms, Argent : a chevron erminois, between three boatswains' whistles, azure. (Crest, 

A falcon, wings displayed and inverted, proper, belled, and charged OTI the breast with a 

2ur-de-hs, or. Supvonew, Dexter, a figure of Neptune, liis mantle, vert, edged argent 

Downed with an eastern crown, or, his dexter arm erect, and holding a trident point 

downwards, in the act of striking, sable, headed silver, and resting his left foot on a 

dolphin proper ; sinister, a sea-horse, or, holding between the fore paws a banner, argent 

the staff broken, sable. 

Residence, Wighill park, Tadcaster, Yorkshire. Club, Carlton. 

HAWKE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin Stanhope, 
5th Baron Hawke, who succeeded his brother 1869. He was b. Jan. 18th, 1804 and served 
n the Army 182331, when he retired as Capt. on half-pay. He d. unmarried and without 

HAWKE, FRANCES, Baroness, eldest daughter of W. Featherstonhaugh, 
Esq. of The Hermitage, Chester-le-street; m. 1848, as his 2nd wife, tho 
4th Baron Hawke, who d. 1869. 
Residence, Womersley-park, Pontefract, Yorkshire. 

Hay, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Erroll. 
Hay, family name of the Earl of Erroll. 
> M M Marquess of Tweeddale. 





242 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

Hay, family name of the Earl of Kinnoull. 
,, Baron, title of the Earl of Kinnoull on Eoll of H. L. 

Hay, Baron of Kinfauns and of Pedwardine, titles borne by the Earl 
of Kinnoull. 

Hay of Tester, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Tweeddale. 

HEADFORT, MARQUESS OF. (TAYLO\JR.) Sits as BARON KENLIS. 

THOMAS TAYLOUR, 3rd Marquess, and 
a Baronet. Born Nov. 1st, 1822; suc- 
ceeded his father 1870 ; was State Steward 
to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1852, and 
High Sheriff of co. Meath 1844 and 
co. Cavan 1855; sat as M.P. for West- 
moreland (C.) 1854 70; is a Magistrate 
for cos. Meath, Cavan and Westmoreland, 
and Lieut. -Col. of the Cavan Militia: 
married (1842) Amelia, only daughter of 
the late W. Thompson, Esq., M.P. for 
He attains whatever he seeks. Westmoreland 182654, (this Jady died 

18C4), and has issue living, 

Son, Thomas, Earl of Bective, M.P., b. 1844; educated at Christ Church, Oxford : was 
sometime Capt. 1st Westmoreland Rifles; is a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, for West- 
moreland, of which county he was High Sheriff 1868 : has sat as M.P. for Westmoreland 
(C.) since 18/1 : m. 1867, Lady Alice Hill, only daughter of the 4th Marquess of Downshire. 
Residences, Underley, Kirkby Lonsdale; Deeside House, Sedbergh, Yorkshire. 
Daughters, Madeline Olivia Susan, b. 1848, m. 1873 (Crichton). Adelaide Louisa Jane, 

b. 184Q. Isabel Frances, b. 1853, m. 1872 (Clayton). Florence Jane, b. 1855. 
Brother, John Henry, b. 1831, m. 1st, 1855, 2ndly, 1873. 

Sisters, Olivia, b. 1824, m. 1853, (Fitzpatrick) . Mary Juliana, A. 1825. Virginia Frances 
Zerlina, b. 1828, m. 1850, (Sandars). 

Creations, Baron Headfort, 1760, Viscount Headfort, 1/62, Earl of Bective, 1/66, 
Marquess of Headfort, 1800, all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Kenlis, in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom, 1831. A Baronet, 1704. 

arms, Ermine : on a chief, gules, a fleur-de-lis, between two boars' heads erect, or. 
<ESt, An arm embowed, couped at the shoulder, the hand holding an arrow, proper. 
Supporters, Dexter, a lion guardant ; sinister, a leopard guardant, both plain collared and 
chained, or. 

Seats, Virginia-park-lodge, (co.) Cavan ; Headfort, Kells, Ceo.) Meath, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 24, Graf ton -street, W. Clubs, Carlton, White's, Travellers'. 

HEADFOKT, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father* 
Thomas, K.P., P.C., 2nd Marquess. He was A.May 4, 1787, and succeeded his father 
Oct. 24, 1829 ; educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A. 181 1) ; was Lord Lieut, and 
Custos Rotulorum of Cavan, Col. of the Royal Meath Militia, and 18:i7 41 a Lord in 
Waiting to the Queen: m. 1822, Olivia, who d. 1834, eldest daughter of Sir John 
Stevenson; and 2ndly 1853, Frances, daughter of John Martyn, Esq., and widow of Sir 
William Hay MacNaughten. Bart. He d. Dec 7> 18/0, having had issue by first marriage 
three sons and three daughters. 

HEADFORT, Marchioness of, FRANCES, daughter of John Martyn, Esq. 
and widow 1st of Col. M'Clintock, and 2nd of Sir William Hay 
MacNaughten, Bart. ; m. 1853, as his 2nd wife, the 2nd Marquess of 
Headfort, who d. 1870. 
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By virtue and labour. 



HEADLEY, LORD. (ALLANSON- WINN.) 

CHARLES ALLANSON-WINN, 3rd Lord, 
in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet, 
a Representative Peer for Ireland, son of 
the Hon. George Mark Arthur Way Al- 
lanson-Winn, M.P. for Maldon, who was 
2nd son of George, 1st Lord, and Eliza- 
beth Mary, daughter of the late Lewis 
Majendie, Esq., of Hedingham Castle, 
Essex. Born June 25th, 1810; succeeded 
his uncle, 1840 ; is a Dep. Lieut, of Essex, 
and (co.) Kerry: married (1841) Maria 
Margaret, eldest daughter of Major 
d'Arley, and has issue, living, 
Son, Charles Mark Allanson, b. 1845 ; is a Lieut, in South Cork Militia : m. 1867, Bessie, 

3rd daughter of the Rev. John Blennerhasset, Rector of Ryme, Dorsetshire. 
Daughters, Laura Jane, b. 1843, m. 18/4 (Tighe). Millicent Julia, b. 1844. Marion Sybil, 

b. 1847. 
Brother living, Rowland, b. 1816, m. 1854. 

Creation, Lord Headley, Baron Allanson and Winn, in the peerage of Ireland, 1797- 
Baronet, i860 and 1776. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, ermine, on a fesse, vert, three eagles displayed, or, 
Winn ; 2nd and 3rd, paly wavy of six, or and azure ; on a chief, gules, a lion passant 
guardant, or, Allanson. ffiregts, 1st, a demi-eagle, displayed, or, ducally gorged, ermine, 
Winn; 2nd, issuant from a mount, vert, a demi-lion guardant, or, holding in the paws a 
cross, gules, Allanson. 5-upporttrg, Defter, an eagle, wings inverted, or, ducally gorged, 
ermine ; sinister, a lion guardant, or, holding in the dexter paw a cross, gules. 

Seats, Bramham Biggin, Tadcaster, Yorkshire; Warley Lodge, Brentwood, Essex ; and 
Aghado Heouse, Killarney, co. Kerry, Ireland. 

Town Residence, Ennismore Gardens, W. Clubs, Carlton, Athenaeum. 

HEADLEY, Lord, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, Charles, 2nd 
Lord Headley. He was b. June 25, 1784, and succeeded his father, April 9, 1798 : m. Nov. 
19, 1825, Miss Ann Mathews ; and d. April 9, 1840, without issue. Her ladyship d. in 1863. 

Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, surname of the Baroness Wil- 
loughby De Eresby and of Baron Aveland. 

Hedges-White, family name of the 2nd Earl of Bantry. 

Helmsley, Viscount, M.P., son of the Earl of Feversham. (see Fever- 
sham.) 

Hely-Hutcbinson, family name of the Earl of Donoughmore. 

HENLEY, BARON. (HENLEY.) 

ANTHONY HENLEY HENLEY, 3rd Baron, 
in the peerage of Ireland. Born April 
12th, 1825; succeeded his father in 1841 ; 
was educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Northamptonshire, and was 
High Sheriff of that county 1854; sat as 
M.P. for Northampton (L.) 185974; 
unsuccessfully contested North North- 
amptonshire, 1847 and 1858, Bridgwater, 
1852, and Northampton, 1874 ; elected 
If there be prudence. Chairman of the Watford School Board. 




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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



1871.: married 1st (1846), Julia Emily Augusta, only daughter of the Very- 
Rev. John Peel, D.D. Dean of Worcester, and niece of the Rt. Hon. Sir 
Robert Peel, M.P., 2nd Bart., (this lady died, 1862), and has issue, living, 

Sons, Frederick, b. 1849; was educated at Eton; appointed Attache at Vienna, 1870, 

having previously been employed in the Foreign Office. Anthony Ernest, b. 1858. 
Daughters, Gertrude Augusta, b. 1851. Evelyn, b. 1853. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1870), Clara Campbell Lucy, second daughter 
of the late Joseph H. S. Jekyll, Esq. and has issue, living, 
Son, Anthony Morton, b. 1873. 
Daughter, Harriet Adelaide Louisa, b. 1871. 
Brother living, The Rev. Robert, b. 1831, m. 1852. 

Creation, Baron Henley of Chardstock, in the peerage of Ireland, 1799. 

3rmg, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, gules, on a chevron, argent, between three garbs, or, 
as many escallops, sable, Eden .- 2nd and 3rd, azure, a lion rampant, argent, crowned, or, 
within a bordure of the second, charged with eight torteaux, Henley, (Crest, A dexter arm 
embowed, in armour, proper, holding a garb, or. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, argent, 
ducally crowned, or, and semee of torteaux ; gorged with a plain collar, or, rimmed, azure, 
and charged with three escallops, sable ; sinister, a stag, argent, attired, or, semee of tor- 
teaux, and gorged as the dexter. 



Seat, Watford Court, near Rugby. 



Club, Brooks's. 



HENLEY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Robert, 
2nd Baron Henley. He was b. Sept. 3, 1789 ; succeeded his father, Dec. 6, 1830 ; m. March 
11, 1823, Harriet, who d. 1869, daughter of Sir Robert Peel, 1st Bart, of Drayton ; and 
d. Feb. 3, 1841, having had issue three sons. 

Henley-Ongley, family name of Baron Ongley. 



HENNIKER, BARON. (HENNIKER-MAJOR.) 
- HARTISMERE. 



Sits as BARON 




JOHN MAJOR HENNIKER-MAJOR, 5th 
Baron in the peerage of Ireland, and 2nfl 
Baron Hartismere in that of the United 
Kingdom, and a Baronet. Born Nov. 7th, 
1842; succeeded his father 1870; was 
educated at Eton, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, (M.A. 1866) ; is a Magistrate 
and a Dep. -Lieut, for Suffolk, and Capt. 
10th Suffolk Rifle Volunteers ; sat as M. P. 
for East Suffolk (C.) 186670: married 
(1864) Lady Alice Mary, eldest daughter of 
the 3rd Earl of Desart, and has issue, 
living, 

Sons, Albert Edward John, b. 1865, to whom H.R.H. the Prince of Wales stood sponsor. 
Charles Henry Chandos, b. 1872. Gerald Arthur George, b. 1872. 

Daughters Alice Margaret Mary, b. 1870. Ethel Elizabeth Emily, b. 1874. 

Brothers living, Edward Minet, b. 1848. Arthur Henry, b. 1855. 

Sisters living, Mary. Anne Helen. 

Patron of six livings, Bealings Magna, R. Thornham Magna, R. cum Thornham 

Parva, R. Kenton, V. Debenham, V. Worlingworth, R. cum Southolt, R. Ashfield, V. 

Suffolk. 

Creation, Baron Henniker of Stratford-upon-Slaney, in the peerage of Ireland, 1800, 

Baron Hartismere of Hartismere, in the county of Suffolk, in the peerage of the United 

Kingdom, 1866. A Baronet, 1765. 



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Sons Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, three Corinthian columns, two and one pale- 
wise, or, each having; on the capital a golden ball, Major; 2nd and 3rd, or, on a chevron, 
gules, between two crescents in chief, and an escallop in base, azure, three estoiles, 
argent, Henniker. (Crests, 1st, a dexter arm embowed, habited, azure, cuff, argent, and 
charged on the elbow with a plate $ the hand, proper, holding a baton, or, Major; 2nd, an 
escallop, or, charged with an estoile, gules, Henniker. Supporters, Dexter, a stag, ar- 
gent, attired, and unguled, or, gorged with a chaplet of oak, proper, fructed, gold, and 
pendent therefrom an escutcheon, azure, charged with the crest of Henniker ; sinister, an 
otter, argent, gorged with a ducal coronet, or, and pendent therefrom an escutcheon ol 
the arms of Major. 

Seats, Thornham Hall, Eye, and Worlingworth Hall, Framlingham, Suffolk. 
C/w As, Carlton, White' s, Marlborough . 



HENNIKER, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John, 
4th Baron Henniker, who in 1866 was created a Peer of the United Kingdom as Baroti 
Hartismere. He was b. Feb. 3rd, 1801 ; succeeded his father 1832; educated at Eton and 
St. John's College, Cambridge (M.A. 1822), called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1824 ; was 
a Dep.-Lieut. and a Magistrate for Suffolk and Essex, and a Magistrate for Norfolk ; sat 
as M.P. for East Suffolk 1832 47, and 1856 66; m. 183/ Anne, eldest daughter of Gen. 
Sir Edward Kerrison, M.P., 1st Bart, and d. 18/0, leaving issue three sons and two 
daughters. 

HENNIKER, Dowager Baroness, ANNE, eldest daughter of the l^te Gen. 
Sir Edward Kerrison, 1st Bart., M.P. ; m. 1837, John, 4th Baroa 
Henniker, who d. 1870. 
Residence, 6, Grafton- street, W. 

Hepburn-Stuart-Forbes-Trefusis, family name of Baron Clinton. 
Herbert, family name of the Earl of Carnarvon. 
M M Earl of Pembroke. 

Herbert, family name of the Earl of Powis. 
Herbert of Ragland, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Beaufort. 

Herbert of Cardiff, of Shurland, and of lea, Baron, titles borne 
by the Earl of Pembroke. 

Herbert of Cherbury, title borne by the Earl of Powis. 

HERBERT OF LEA, Baroness, ELIZABETH, daughter of General Charles 
Ashe A'Court, C.B. and niece of the 1st Baron Heytesbury; m. 184G, 
the 1st Baron Herbert of Lea (title merged into the Earldom oi' Pem- 
broke), who d. 1861. 

Seat, Wilton-house, Salisbury. 

Residence, 38, Chesham- place, Belgrave-square, S.W. 

HEREFORD, BISHOP OF, see "Lords Spiritual." 



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Envy is the attendant of virtue, 

(and) 
Basis Virtutum Constantia. 

Constancy is the foundation of the 
virtues. 



HEREFORD, VISCOUNT. (DEVEREUX.) 

ROBERT DEVEREUX, 16th Viscount, 
Premier Viscount of England, and a 
Baronet. Born Jan. 3rd, 1843 ; succeeded 
his father in 1855 ; was educated at Eton, 
and at Sandhurst; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Brecknockshire and a Magistrate for that 
county and for Herefordshire: married 
(1863) the Hon. Mary Anna Morgan, 
youngest daughter of the 1st Baron 
Tredegar, and has issue, living, 
Sow, Robert Charles, b. 1865. 
Daughters, Muriel, 6.1866. Eleanor Mary, 
b. 1868. Lilian, b. 1870. Sybil, b. 1873. 
Rosamond Ela, b. 1875. 
Brothers living, Henry de Bohun, b, 1848. 

Eustace, b. 1849. 
Sisters living, Sybil, b. 1844, m. 1867, (Butler). 

Blanche, b. 1845, m. 1867, (Hazlehurst). 
Creation, Viscount Hereford, 154950, in the peerage of England. A Baronet, 1615. 
Slrms, Quarterly: 1st, argent, a fesse, gules, and in chief three torteaux, Devereux ; 
2nd, argent, a cross engrailed, gules, between four water bougets, sable, Bourchier ; 
3rd, France and England quarterly, within a bordure, argent, Thomas of }> oodstock, 
Duke of Gloucester, son of King Edward III. 4th, azure, a bend, argent, cotised, or, 
between six lions rampant, of the second, Bohun. CEwst, Out of a ducal coronet, or 
a talbot's head, argent and gules. Supporters, Dexter, a talbot, argent, eared, gules 
ducally gorged of the last ; sinister, a reindeer, gules, attired, argent, gorged with a 
ducal coronet, and lined, or. 

Seat, Tregoyd Hay, Brecknockshire. Club, Carl ton. 

HEREFORD, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, the 
Rev. Robert, 15th Viscount Hereford, b. May 3, 1809; succeeded his father, May 31, 1843 ; 
he was the Hon. Canon of Durham ; m. Nov. 25, 1841, Emma Jemima, daughter of George 
Ravenscroft, Esq. and d. Aug. 18, 1855, having issue four sons and two daughters. Her 
ladyship re-married, 1857, Lieut. Colonel J. I. Blackburne, and d. 1870. 

HERRIES, BARON. (CONSTABLE-MAXWELL.) 

WILLIAM CONSTABLE-MAXWELL, 13th 
Baron, son of Marmaduke William Con- 
stable-Maxwell, Esq. of Everingham, 
Yorkshire, and Calaverock, Dumfries- 
shire. Born Aug. 25th, 1804; succeeded 
to the title by a decision of the House 
of Lords, in 1858 ; was educated at the 
Stonyhurst Roman Catholic College ; is a 
Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for the 
East Riding of Yorkshire ; was High 
Sheriff of Yorkshire 1833: married (1835) 
Marcia, eldest daughter of the Hon. Sir 
Edward Marmaduke Vavasour, 1st Bart, 
of Hazelwood, Yorkshire, and has issue, 
living, 
Sons, Marmaduke, Master of Herries, b. T837 ; educated at Stonyhurst Roman Catholic 

College ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for the East Riding of Yorkshire, and a Capt. 

Yorkshire Yeomanry Hussars: m. 1875, the Hon. Angela Mary Charlotte Fitzalan- 

Howard, second daughter of Lord Howard of Glossop. Residences, same as Barou 

Herries. Club, Boodle's. 




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William, b. 1841. Joseph MAXWELL-SCOTT, 6.1847, m. 1874. Bernard, 6.1848. 

Walter, b. 1849. John, b. 1855. 
Daughters, Marcia, b. 1836. Mary Agnes, b. 183Q, a nun. Eleanor Mary, b. 1840, a nun, 

Emily Josephine, b. 1842, a nun. Gweridaline, b. 1844, a nun. Winifred, b. 1845. 

Teresa, A. 1852. Everilda, b. 1853. Maiy Anne, 6.1858. 
Brother living, Henry, b. 1809, * 1840. 
Sister living, Theresa, m. 1822, (Clifford). 

Creation, Baron Herries of Terregles, in the peerage of Scotland, 1489, but in abeyance 
from the attainder in 1/16, tiU restored 1858. 

'SIrms, Quarterly: 1st, argent, an eagle, displayed, with two heads, sable, beaked and 
membered, gules, surmounted of an escutcheon of the first, charged with a saltire of the 
second, surcharged with a hedgehog in the centre, Maxwell; 2nd, argent, three hedgehogs, 
Herries; 3rd, quarterly, gules and vair, over all a bend, or, Constable; 4th, azure, on a 
bend, cotised, argent, three billets, sable, Haggerstone. (Trest, 1st, a stag's head, or, 
Herries; 2nd, before a bush, fructed, proper, a stag, lodged, argent, Maxwell ; 3rd, a ship 
in full sail, or, Constable. Supporters, Dexter, a savage wreathed about the loins, and 
holding a club, proper ; sinister, a buck, also proper. 

Seats, Everingham Park, near York; Calaverock Castle, Dumfriesshire. 
Town Address, Thomas's Hotel, W. Clubs, Stafford, Boodle's. 

HEEBIES, Baron, His lordship's father, Marmaduke Constable-Maxwell, 
who, but for the attainder, would have been 12th Baron Herries : m. 1802, Theresa Appo- 
lonia, daughter of the late Edmund Wakeman, Esq. of Beckford, Gloucestershire, (she 
d. 1846) ; and d. June 30, 1819, having had issue five sons and two daughters. 

HERTFOKD, MAKQUESS OF. (SEYMOUR.) 

FRANCIS HUGH GEORGE SEYMOUR, P.C., 
5th Marquess, son of the late Admiral of 
the Fleet, Sir George Francis Seymour, 
G.C.B.,G.C.H., by GeorgianaMary, daugh- 
ter of the late Admiral the Hon. Sir G. C. 
Berkeley, G.C.B. Born Feb. Hth, 1812 ; 
entered the Army as Lieut. 1827, became 
Capt. 1832, Lieut.-Col. 1845, Col. 1854, 
Major-Gen. 1860, and Lieut.-Gen. 1868; 
was Equerry to the late Prince Consort, 
and subsequently to her Majesty, and was 
sometime Deputy Ranger of the Great 
Park, Windsor; appointed Lord Chamber- 
lain of Her Majesty's Household 1874; 

succeeded his kinsman, Aug. 25th, 1870 : married (1839) Lady Emily Murray, 
6th daughter of the 3rd Earl of Mansfield, and has issue, living, 
Sons, Hugh de Grey, Earl of Yarmouth, M.P., 6. 1843 ; entered the Grenadier Guards as 
rn and Lieut. 1862, became Lieut, and Capt. 1865; sat as M.P. forco. Antrim (C.) 
974, when he was elected for Warwickshire, South . m. 1868 the Hon. Mary Hood, 
surviving daughter of the 1st Viscount Bridport, and has, with other issue, George 
n-ancis Alexander, Lord Conway, 6. 1871. Residence, 20, Beaufort Gardens, S.W. 
Clubs, Guards', Carlton. 
J'^iso 1 * Charles ' *' 1847> m - 1872. Ernest James, R.N., 6. I860. Victor Alexander, 

Daughters Horatia Elizabeth, 6. 1842, m. 1861 (Erskine), Florence Catherine, 6. 1845, 
m 1872 (Blunt), Georgiana Emily Lucy, b. 1848. Constance Adelaide, 6. 1852, m. 1871 
(Barne). Mary Margaret, 6. 1855, m. 1875 (Dashwood.) 

Brother living* William Frederick Ernest, 6. 1838, m. 1871. 

Sisters living * Emily Charlotte, b. 1825, m. 1850 (Ormsby-Gore, M.P.) Matilda Horatia, 
6. 1830, Laura Williamina, b. 1833, m. 1861 (Gleichen.) 

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248 DEBKETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Patron of three livings, Arrow, R. Alcester, R. Binton, R. Warwickshire. 

Creations, Baron Conway of Killultagh, 1703, in the peerage of Ireland. Lord Con- 
way and Baron of Ragley, Viscount Beauchamp and Earl of Hertford, 1750, Earl of 
Yarmouth and Marquess of Hertford, 1793, all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

Snns, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a pile gules, charged with three lions of England 
between six fleurs-de-lis azure, and 2nd and 3rd, gules, two wings conjoined in lure, or, 
Seymour. (Crest, Out of a ducal coronet a demi-phoenix in flames, Seymour. Supporter*, 
Two Blackamoors proper wreathed about the temples or and sable, habited in a short 
garment or, adorned about their waists and shoulders with green and red feathers and 
buskins gold ; each resting his exterior hand on an antique shield azure, adorned gold ; 
that of the dexter supporter charged with the sun in splendour, and that of the sinister 
with a crescent argent. 

Seal, Ragley, Alcester, Warwickshire. 

Town Residence, Hertford -house, Connaught-place, W. 

Clubs, United Service, Carlton. 

HERTFORD, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his kinsman, 
Richard Seymour -Conway, 4th Marquess. He was b. Feb. 22nd, 1800; entered the 2nd 
Dragoon Guards 1820, became Lieut. 1821, and Capt. 18-J3, retired on half-pay 1823; was 
Attache to the Embassy in Paris 1817 and 1819, and at Constantinople 1829; sat as M.P. 
for Antrim 18226; he d. unmarried Aug. 25th, 1870. 

Hervey, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Bristol. 
Hervey, family name of the Marquess of Bristol. 

surname of the Bishop of Bangor. 
Hewitt, family name of Viscount Lifford. 

HEYTESBURY, BARON. (HoLMEs-A'CouRT.) 

WILLIAM HENRY ASHE A'CouRT- 
HOLMES, 2nd Baron, and a Baronet. Born 
July llth, 1809; succeeded his father in 
I860; was educated at Eton, and at St. 
John's College, Cambridge, (M.A. 1831) ; 
was M.P. for the Isle of VVight, 183747; 
is a Dep. Lieut, of the Isle of Wight, and 
a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Wilt- 
shire and Hampshire ; assumed the name 
of Holmes on his marriage (1833) : with 
Elizabeth, who died 1874, eldest daugh- 
Increased by labour, they grow r and h eiress of the late Sir Leonard 
large. Worsley Holmes ( Bart., and has issue, 

living, 

Sons, William Leonard, b. 1835; was educated at Eton, and at St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge (M.A. 1856) ; is a Dep. Lieut, of the Isle of Wight, and a Magistrate for Wilt- 
shire : m. 1861, Isabella Sophia, daughter of the Rev. R. A'Court Beadon, Vicar of 
Cheddar, and has, with other issue, William Frederick, b. 1862. Residences, same as 
Baron Heytesbury. Club, Travellers'. 

Frederick, b. 1839. Henry, b. 1841. Charles George, 6.1843, m. 1874. Edward 
Alexander, b. 1845. Arthur Wyndham, b. 1848, m. 18/3. Leonard Worsley, b. 1849. 
Walter Ashe, b. 1850 Herbert, b. 1851. 

Daughters Elizabeth, b. 1840, m. 1859, (Waud) .Gertrude Anne, b. 1847. Margaret, 
b. 1855. 

Sister living, Cecilia Maria, b. 1811, m. 1845, (Daly). 

Creation, Baron Heytesbury of Heytesbury, in the peerage of the United King. 

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Srms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, barry wavy of six, or and azure ; on a canton, gules, a 
lion of England, passant guardant, or, Holmes; 2nd and 3rd, per fesse, or, and paly of six, 
erminois and azure; in chief, an eagle displayed, sable, beaked and membered, gules, 
charged on the body with two chevronels, argent, A' Court. (Crest, 1st, an eagle displayed, 
sable, charged on the body with two chevronels, or, and holding in her beak a lily, slipped, 
proper ; 2nd, our of a ducal crown, a sinister arm, embowed in armour, the hand proper, 
holding a trident. Supporters, Two eagles, wings elevated and displayed, sable, beaked 
and membered, gules ; in the beak a lily, slipped, proper. 

Seats, Heytesbury-house, Wiltshire ; Westover, Newport, Isle of Wight. 

Town Residence, 41, Eaton-place, S.W. Clubs, Car Iton, Travellers'. 

HEYTESBURY, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Sir 
William A'Court, Bart. G.C.B. lit Baron Heytesbury. He was b. July 11, 1799; succeeded 
his father as 2nd Baronet, July 22, 1817, and in 1828 was raised to the peerage ; he was a 
distinguished diplomatist, and in 1823 32 was Ambassador Extraordinary to Russia; 
afterwards Govern- <r-General of India, and Viceroy in Ireland; m. Oct. 3, 1808, Maria 
Rebecca, granddaughter of the 1st Earl ot Radnor, (she d. 1844); and d. May 31, I860, 
having had issue four sons and two daughters, of whom a son and a daughter survived 
him. 



HILL, VISCOUNT. (CLEGG-HILL.) 

ROWLAND CLEGG CLEGG-HILL, 3rd Vis- 
count, and a Baronet, Born Dec. 5th, 
1833; succeeded his father in 1875; is 
Major in the North Salopian Yeomanry 
Cavalry, and a Dep. Lieut, and a Magis- 
trate for Shropshire; sat as M.P. for North 
Shropshire 1857 65 ; assumed in 1875 
the additional surname of Clegg : married 
1st (1855) Mary, who died 1874, 
daughter of William Madax, Esq., and 

has issue, living, 
Forward. 

Son, Rowland Richard, b. 1863. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1875) the Hon. Isabella Elizabeth Wynn, 
daughter of the 3rd Baron Newborough. 
Brother living, Geoffrey Richard Clegg, A. 1837. 

Patron of two livings, Broughton, V. Stanton-upon-Hine-Heath, V. Shropshire. 

Creations, Baron Hill of Almarez, and of Hawkstone and Hardwicke, 1816, Viscount 
Hill of Hawkstone and of Hardwicke, 1842, all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 
A Baronet, 1726. 

firms, Quarterly: 1st, ermine, a fesse, sable, charged with a castle, triple towered, 
argent ; 2nd, sable, a lion rampant, between three crosses, patee fitchee, argent ; 3rd, per 
pale, or and argent, an eagle displayed, gules ; 4th, argent, a chevron, between three 
pheons, or ; over all an escutcheon, argent, charged with an escarbuncle, between four 
acorns, sable. (Crest, A castle, and issuant from the battlement a wreath of laurel, all 
proper. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, gules, murally crowned and gorged with a wreath of 
oak, or ; sinister, a horse, argent, bridled, saddled, and gorged with a mural crown, gules, 

Seat, Hawkstone Park, Shrewsbury. C/wis, Carlton, White's. 

HILL, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor, was his father, Rowland, 
2nd Viscount Hill, and a Baronet, Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of Shropshire, son 
of John Hill, Esq., eldest brother of the 1st Viscount, by Elizabeth Rhodes daughter of 
P. Cornish, Esq. He was b. May 10, 1800, and succeeded his grandfather as 4th Bart. 1824, 
and his uncle as 2nd Viscount (under special remainders) in 1842 ; was educated at Har- 
row, and at Oriel College, Oxford. Was sometime Lieut.-Col. Commandant of the 
Shropshire Yeomanry Cavalry; sat as M.P. for Shropshire 1821 3'2, and for North Shrop- 
shire 18324-2 : m. 1831, Ann, only surviving child of Joseph Clegg, Esq., of Peplow Hall, 
Shropshire; and d. 1875, leaving issue two sons. 




250 DE BRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

HILL, Dowager Viscountess, ANN, only surviving child of Joseph Clegg, 
Esq., of Peplow Hall, Shropshire; m. 1831, the 2nd Viscount Hill, who 
d. 1875. 
Residence, Hawkstone Park, Shrewsbury. 

Hill, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Downshire. 

family name of the Marquess of Downshire. 

,, (Noel-Hill), family name of Baron Berwick. 
Hillsborough, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Downshire. 
,, . Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Downshire. 
Hinchingbrook, Viscount, son of the Earl of Sandwich, (see Sandwich.) 
Hinton, Viscount, son of Earl Poulett. (see Poulett.) 

HOBART, Lady (by courtesy), MARY CATHERINE, daughter of the Right 
Rev. Thomas *Carr. D.D., late Bishop of Bombay: m. 1853, Vere Henry, 
Lord Hobart, who d. 1875, son of the 6th Earl of Buckinghamshire. 
Residence, Hampden House, Buckinghamshire. 

HOBART, Lady (by courtesy), CATHERINE ANNESLEY, daughter of the 
Right Rev. Thomas Carr, D.D., late Bishop of Bombay : m. 1856, Frederick 
John, Lord Hobart, who d. 1875, second son of the 6th Earl of Bucking- 
hamshire. 
Residence, 15, Eccleston Square, S.W. 

Hobart, Lord, grandson of the Earl of Buckinghamshire. (see 
Buckinghamshire) . 

family name of the Earl of Buckinghamshire. 

HOLLAND, Baroness, MARY AUGUSTA, daughter of the 8th Earl of 
Coventry, b. 1812; m. 1833, the 4th Baron Holland, who d. 1859, when his 
title became extinct. 
Residences, Holland-house, Kensington/W. St. Ann's-hill, Chertsey, Surrey. 

Holland, Earl of, title borne by the Earl of Breadalbane. 

(Lovell and Holland), title of the Earl of Egmont on Roll 
of H.L. 

Holmes A'Court, family name of Baron Heytesbury. 

Holmesdale, Viscount, M.P. son of Earl Amherst. (see Amherst.) 

Holroyd, family name of the Earl of Sheffield. 



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251 




HOME, EARL OF. (HOME.) Sits as BARON DOUGLAS. 

COSPATRICK ALEXANDER HOME, llth 
Earl. Born Oct. 27th, 1799; succeeded 
his father in 1841 ; was Attache at St. 
Petersburg 18223 ; Precis Writer in the 
Foreign Office 1824 7 ; Under Secretary 
for Foreign Affairs 182830, and Keeper 
of the Great Seal of Scotland, from Feb. 
till August 1852 ; is Major-General in the 
Royal Archers (the Queen's Body Guard 
of Scotland), and a Dep. Lieut, of Ber- 
wickshire and Lanarkshire : married 
(1832) the Hon. Lucy Elizabeth Montagu, 
eldest daughter of Henry James, last Baron Montagu, and has issue, 
living, 

Sow*, Charles Alexander, Lord Dunglass, b. 1834; educated at Eton, and at Cam- 
bridge University ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Lanarkshire ; was appointed 
Lieut. -Col. Commandant Lanarkshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 1866 ; unsuccessfully contested 
Berwickshire, June 18/3 : m. 1870, Maria, daughter of the late Capt. Charles Conrad 
Grey, R.N., and has, with other issue, Charles Cospatrick Archibald, b. 1873. Residences, 
same as the Earl of Home. C7w6s, Carlton, Travellers', White's. 
James Archibald, b. 1837. William Sholto, b. 1842. Cospatrick. b. 1848. George 
Douglas, b. 1853. 
Daughters, Elizabeth Eleanora, b. 1844. Ada, b. 1846. Charlotte Lucy, b. 1850. 

Creations, Baron Home, 1473, Earl of Home and Baron Dunglass, in the peerage of 
Scotland, 1604, Baron Douglas of Douglas, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1875. 

Srms, Quarterly: 1 st and 4th, vert, a lion rampant, argent, Home: 2nd, or, an orle, 
argent ; 3rd, argent, three popinjays, vert, Pepdie, of Dunglass. iCrest, On a chapeau, 
gules, turned up ermine, a lion's head erased, of the first. Supporters, Two lions, argent. 
Seats, The Hirsel, Coldstream, Berwickshire; Bothwell- castle, Hamilton, N.B.; 
Douglas-castle, Lanarkshire. Town Residence, 6, Grosvenor-square, W. 
Clubs, C&rlton, Travellers' . 

HOME, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Alexander, 
Oth Earl of Home. He was b. Nov. 11, 1769, and succeeded his father Oct. 8, 1786: 
w.Nov. 9, 1798, Lady Elizabeth Scott, daughter of the 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, K.G. K.T. 
(she d. 1837) ; and d. Oct. 21, 1841, having had issue three sons. 

Hoo, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Jersey. 

HOOD, VISCOUNT. (Hooo.) 

FRANCIS WHELER HOOD, 4th Viscount, 
and a Baronet. Born July 4th, 1838 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1846 ; was appointed 
Ensign and Lieut, in the Grenadier Guards, 
1854, served in the Crimea and has received 
the medal and clasp ; became a Lieut, 
and Capt. 1857, and retired as Capt. and 
Lieut.-Col. 1863; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Warwickshire : married 
(1865) Edith, daughter of Arthur W. 
Ward, Esq. and has issue, living, 

Sons, Grosvenor Arthur Alexander, b. 1868. 
Horace Lambert Alexander, b. 1870. Another. 
b. 1872. Another, 6. 18/5. 




With favourable winds. 



Daughter, Mabel Edith, b. 1866. 



252 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Brothers living, Albert, 6. 1841, m. 1868. Alexander Frederick, b. 1843, m. 1870. Alfred 

b. 1846. 
Sister living, Caroline Mary, b. 1840, TO. 1859, (Hambrough). 

Creations, Baron Hood of Catherington, in the peerage of Ireland, 1782; Baron 
Hood of Catherington, Hampshire, 1795, and Viscount Hood, of Whitley, Warwick, 17^6, 
in the peerage of the United Kingdom. A Baronet, 1778. 

gfrms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, erminois, three cats-a-mountain passant guardant, in 
pale, azure, each charged on the body with an ermine spot, or, Tibbets ; 2nd and 3rd, 
azure, a frette, argent, on a chief, or, three crescents, sable, Hood. Crests, 1st, a riemi-cat- 
a-mountain guardant, azure, gorged with a collar gemelle, and charged on the body with 
three ermine spots, two and one, or, Tibbets ; 2nd, a Cornish chough, sable, in front of an 
anchor, in bend sinister, or, Hood. Supporters, Dexter, a merman, holding in the right 
hand a trident ; sinister, a mermaid, holding in the left hand a looking-glass. 

Town Residence, 40, South-street, Park-lane, W. 

Clubs, White's, United Service,. Travellers'. 

HOOD, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Samuel, 
3rd Viscount Hood, b. Jan. 10, 1808; succeeded his grandfather, Jan. 25, 1836; m. June 27, 
1837, Mary Isabella, daughter of R. J. Tibbits, Esq. of Barton Segrave ; and d. May 8, 1846, 
having had issue five sons and a daughter. Her ladyship was re-married in 1849, to George 
Hall, Esq. (he d. 1854), and in 1858, to Captain J. Borlase MaunseU. 

HOOD, MARY ISABELLA, Viscountess, daughter of the late Richard 
Tibbits, Esq. of Barton Segrave, Northamptonshire : m. 1st, 1837, the 
3rd Viscount Hood, who d. 1846 ; 2ndly, 1849, George Hall, Esq. of Port- 
slade, Sussex, who d. 1854; 3rdly,1858, Capt. J. Borlase MaunseU. 
Residence, 

Hood, family name of Viscount Bridport. 

Hope, Viscount, eldest son of the Earl of Hopetoun. (see Hopetoun.) 
family name of the Earl of Hopetoun. 

HOPETOUN, EARL OF. (HOPE.) Sits as BARON. 

JOHN ADRIAN Louis HOPE, 7th Earl, 
Born Sept. 25th, I860 ; succeeded his fa- 
ther April 1st, 1873. 

Brother living, Charles Archibald, heir presump- 
tive, b. 1863. 

Sisters living, Estella Mary, b. 1866. Dorothea 
Louisa, b. 1868. 

Creations, Earl of Hopetoun, Viscount 
Aithrie, and Baron Hope, in the peerage of 
Scotland, 1703 ; Baron Hopetoun, 1809, and Baron 
Niddry, 1814, both in the peerage of the United 
But my hope is not broken. Kingdom. 

9rnts, Azure : on a chevron, or, between three bezants, a laurel leaf, vert. (Crest, 
A broken terrestrial globe, surmounted by a rainbow, proper. Supporters, Two figures of 
Hope habited, proper, each resting the exterior hand on an anchor. 

Seats, Hopetoun-house, South Qneensferry, Linlithgowshire; Ormiston-hall, Tranent, 
and Keith-house, Upper Keith, Blackshiels, Haddingtonshire. 

HOPETOTTN, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Alexander, 6th Earl of Hopetoun. He was b. March 22, 1831, and succeeded his father 
1843. Was educated at Harrow, and served as Cornet and Sub-Lieut, in the 1st Life Guards 
1851 2. Lord Lieut, of Linlithgowshire. Married I860, Etheldred Anne, eldest daughter 
of Charles Thomas Samuel Birch Reynardson, Esq., of Holywell Hall, near Stamford, and 
d. April l, 18/3, leaving issue two sons and two daughters. 




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HOPETOUN, Countess of, ETHELDRED ANNE, eldest daughter of Charles 
Thomas Samuel Birch Reynardson, Esq., of Holywell Hall, near Stamford; 
m. 1860, the 6th Earl of Hopetoun, who d. 1873. 
Residence, Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, Linlithgowshire. 

Hore-Ruthven, family name of Baron Ruthven. 
Horsley-Beresford, ,, ,, ,, Decies. 

HOTHAM, BARON. (HOTHAM.) 

JOHN HOTHAM, 5th Baron, in the peer- 
age of Ireland, and a Baronet, son of 
Rear Admiral the Hon. George Frederick 
Hotham,.by Lady Susan Maria O'Bryen, 
eldest daughter of the 2nd Marquess of 
Thomond. Born May 13th, 1838 ; suc- 
ceeded his brother 1872. Was formerly 
an officer in the Royal Navy. 
Heir presumptive, His cousin, the Rev. John 
Hallett Hotham, Vicar of Sutton at Home, 
Kent. B. 181 1. 

Sister,* Susan Frances, b. 1843. 
Patron of four livings, Dalton Holme, R. Scarborough, V. Hutton Cranswick. R , 
Beswick, V. Yorkshire. 

Creation, Baron Hotham of South Dalton, in the peerage of Ireland, 1797. A 
Baronet, 1621. 

8rnts, Barry of ten, argent and azure ; on a canton, or, a Cornish chough, proper 
Crest, Out of waves of the sea, a demi-man, naked, holding a sword erect, proper, and 
having on the left arm a shield of the arms of Hotham. Supporters, Two sailors, habited 
proper, and resting then 1 exterior hands on a cutlass, point downwards. 

Seat, Dalton Hall, Hull, Yorkshire. Residence, Brunswick -square, Brighton. 
Club, Carlton. 

HOTHAM, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his brother Charles* 
4th Baron. He was b. May 27, 1836, and succeeded his uncle 1870 ; educated at Sandhurst. 
Entered the 18th Foot 1854, and became Capt. 186l ; served in ihe Crimea and was wounded 
before Sebastopol 1855; exchanged to the 59th Foot 1862, and retired 1863; had the 
Crimean medal and clasp, the Turkish war medal, and the order of the Medjidie. He d, 
unmarried, May 29, 1872. 

HOUGHTON, BARON. (MILNES.) 

RKHARD MONCKTON MILNES, D.C.L. 
F.R.S. 1st Baron, son of Robert Pember- 
ton Milnes, Esq. Born June 19th, 1809; 
educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
(M.A. 1830), and was created Hon. 
D.C.L. of Oxford, 1854; is a Dep. 
Lieut, and a Magistrate for the West 
Riding of Yorkshire; sat as M.P. for 
Pontefract, 1837 63; has been Capt. of 
the West York Militia since 1840; is 
author of several volumes of poems and 
essays, a Trustee of the Royal Geo- 
I know in whom I have believed. graphical Society, Fellow of the Royal 




Raised to the rank of a Baron's child 1871. 



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Society, ex-President of the Statistical Society, and Grand Dignitary of 

the Brazilian Order of the Rose: married (1851) the Hon. Annabella Hun- 

gerford Crewe, who died 1874, 2nd daughter of the 2nd Baron Crewe, and 

has issue, living, 

Sow, Robert Offley Ashburton, b. 1858. 

Daughters, f^micia, Henrietta, b. 1852. Florence Ellen Hungerford, b. 1S55. 

Sister living, Henrietta Eliza, m. 1838, the 6th Viscount Galway, M.P. 

Creation, Baron Houghton of Great Houghton, in the peerage of the United King- 
dom, 1863. 

arms, Azure : a chevron between three windmill sails, or. Crest, a garb, or, charged 
with a fesse dancettee, azure, thereon three mullets, argent. Supporters On either side, 
a Pegasus, argent, gorged with a collar dancette, sable, thereon three mullets, argent, in 
the mouth a branch of laurel, proper. 

Seats, Fryston-hall, Ferry-bridge, and Bawtry-hall, Bawtry, Yorkshire. 
Clubs, Travellers', Athenaeum, Boodle's. 

Hovell, (Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce), family name of Baron 
Thurlow. 



HOWARD DE WALDEN AND SEAFORD, BARON. (ELLIS.) 

FREDERICK GEORGE ELLTS, 7th Baron 
Howard De Walden and 3rd Baron Sea- 
ford. Born Aug. 9th, 1830; succeeded 
his father in 1868; was educated at Eton, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 
1851); was Attache at Brussels, 1851 5 ; 
entered the 4th Hussars, 1855, became 
Lieut, and Capt. 1857, and Major, 1867, 
retired 1870. 

Brother living, The Rev. William Charles, Jieir 
presumptive, 6.1835; educated at Harrow, and 

NTntwhn but how at Balliol College, Oxford, (B.A. 1858, M.A. 

Ot Wh ' b " I860) j was Curate of Prestwich, 1859-61, and 

has been Rector of Bothal, Northumberland, since 1861 : m. 18/3, Henrietta Elizabeth, 
eldest daughter of Henry Metcalf Amis, Esq., of Linden, Norfolk. Residence, The 
Rectory, Bothal, Morpeth, Northumberland. 

Charles Arthur, b. 1839. John Charles, b. 1841. Evelyn Henry, R.N. b. 1843. 
Augustus William Charles, b. 1846. 

Sisters living, Harriet Georgiana, b. 1831. Charlotte Isabella, b. 1834. 

Creations, Baron Howard de Walden, by writ, 1597, in the peerage of England. Baron 
Seaford, 1826, in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

grms, Quarterly 1st, erminois, a cross, sable, charged with five crescents, argent, 
Ellis; 2nd, gules, on a bend, argent, three trefoils slipped, vert, Hervey ; 3rd, gules, two 
lions passant, argent, ducally crowned, or, Felton ; 4th, gules, a bend between six cross 
crosslets fitchee, argent; on the bend an escutcheon, or, charged with a demi-lion 
rampant, erased and pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressur e 
fiory counterflory, all gules, Howard. (Crest, On a mount, vert, a goat's head, erased, 
argent, 2nd, on a cap of maintenance, gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant guardant. 
Supporters, Two lions, argent, each charged on the neck with three trefoils slipped, vert, 
within a collar, gules. 

Club, Junior United Service. 




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HOWARD DE WALDEN AND SEAFORD, Baron. His lordship's pre- 
decessor was his father, Charles Augustus, G.C.B. 6th Baron Howard De Walden, and 
2nd Baron Seaford. He was b. June 5, 1799, and succeeded his maternal great-grandfather 
as Baron Howard De Walden, July 8, 1803, and his father as 2nd Baron Seaford, July l, 
1845 ; was for many years actively engaged in the Diplomatic Service, and at the time of 
his death was Envoy Extraordinary arid Minister Plenipotentiary at Brussels : m. Nov. 8, 
1828, Lady Lucy Cavendish-Bentinck, 4th daughter of the 4th Duke of Portland; and d. 
Aug. 29, 1868, having had issue six sons and four daughters. 

HOWARD DE WALDEN AND SEAFORD, Baroness, LUCY CAVENDISH- 
BENTINCK, 4th daughter of the 4th Duke of Portland : m. 1828, the 6th 
Baron Howard De Walden and 2nd Baron Seaford, G.C.B., who d. 1868. 
Residence, 46, Upper Grosvenor-street, Grosvenor-square, W. 

Howard, Lord, son of the Earl of Effingham, (see Effingham.) 

,, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Suffolk. 

Viscount, Earl of Carlisle. 

family name of the Earl of Carlisle. 

Earl of Effingham. 

,, ,, ,, Baron Lanerton. 

,, ,, ,, Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire. 

,, ,, Earl of Wicklow. 

,, (Fitz alan-Howard), family name of the Duke of Norfolk. 

,, ,, ,, Baron Howard of Glossop. 

Howard of Effingham, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Effingham. 

of Morpeth, Viscount, Earl of Carlisle. 

HOWARD OF GLOSSOP, BARON. (FITZALAN- HOWARD.) 

EDWARD GEORGE FITZALAN-HOWARD, 
P.O. 1st Baron, 2nd son of Henry Charles, 
13th Duke of Norfolk, by the Lady 
Charlotte Sophia Leveson-Gower, eldest 
daughter of George, 1st Duke of Suther- 
land. Born Jan. 2Uth, 1818; was edu- 
cated at Trinity College, Cambridge ; was 
Vice Chamberlain of Her Majesty's 
Household, 1846^2, and Deputy Earl 
Marshal of England, 1801 3; unsuc- 
cessfully contested Shoreham, 1847, and 
Horsham, 1848, but was seated on petition 
Virtue alone is invincible. the same year, and sat for that borough 




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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



(L.) until 1852, and for Arundel, 185268. Is a Dep. Lieut, of Derbyshire, 
and a Magistrate for Sussex; unsuccessfully contested Westminster for the 
London School Board 1870: married 1st (1851), Augusta, only daughter 
and heiress of the Hon. George Henry Talbot, and niece of the 17th Earl 
of Shrewsbury, (this lady died, 1862), and has issue, living, 
Son, Francis Edward, b. 1859. 

Daughters, Gwendolen Mary Anne, b. 1854, m. 1872, the 3rd Marquess of Bute. Angela 
Mary Charlotte, b. 1855, m. 1875, the Hon. Marmaduke Constable- Maxwell, Master of 
Herries. Alice Mary Elizabeth, b. 1856. Constance Mary Germana, b. 1857. Winifred 
Mary, b. 1861. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1863), Winifride Mary, 3rd daughter of 
Ambrose de Lisle, Esq. of Garendon-park, Leicestershire. 

Creation, Baron Howard of Glossop, in the county of Derby, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom, 1869. 

grtng, Quarterly: 1st, gules, on abend between six cross crosslets, argent, an 
escutcheon or, charged with a demi-lion rampant, pierced through the month by an arrow, 
within a double tressure flory counterflory, of the first, being an augmentation granted to 
the 2nd Duke for his services at the battle of Flodden, Howard ; 2nd, gules, three lions 
passant guardant, in pale, or, in chief a label of three points throughout, argent, Bro- 
therton; 3rd, cheeky, or and azure, Warren; 4th, gules, a lion rampant, or, Fitzalan. 
(r?St, 1st, out of a ducal crown, or, a pair of wings expanded, gnles, each charged with 
a bend between six cross crosslets, fltchee, argent, Howard ; 2nd, on a chapeau gules, 
doubled ermine, a lion statant guardant, his tail extended, or, gorged with a ducal crown, 
argent, Brotherton; 3rd, on a wreath upon a mount, vert, a horse passant, argent, in his 
mouth a slip of oak fructed, proper, Fitzalan. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, argent ; 
sinister, a horse, argent, in his mouth a slip of oak fructed, proper, each charged on the 
shoulder with a crescent, gules. 

Seats, The Hall, Glossop, Derbyshire; Dorlin, Salen, N.B. 

Residence, 19, Rutland-gate, S.W. Clubs, Travellers', Brooks's. 



HOWDEN, BARONY OF, see "Peerages Extinct. 



HOWE, EARL. ( 

GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK Lotus 
CURZON-HOWE, 2nd Earl. Born Jan. 
16th, 1821; succeeded his father 1870; 
educated at Eton and at Christ Church, 
Oxford ; is Lieut. -Col. Commandant of 
Leicestershire (Prince Albert's Own) 
Yeomanry Cavalry ; sat as M.P. for South 
Leicestershire (C.) 1857 70: married 
(1846) Harriet Mary, 2nd daughter of the 
late Henry Charles Sturt, Esq. M.,P of 
Crichel-house, Wilts. 

Brother* living, Richard William Penn, C.B. heir presumptive, 6. 1822; entered the Army 
as Ensign and Lieut. 1838, became Capt. 1844, Major 1853, Lieut.-Col. 1854, Col. 1857, 
and Major-Gen. 1868, placed on half-pay 1864; created a C.B. 1854; served in the 
Kaffir War 1852 3 as Aide-de-Camp to Sir George Cathcart, and at the siege of Delhi, 
1857, as Acting Assistant Quartermaster-Gen. ; has the Kaffir War Medal ; was Military 
Secretary to Major-Gen, the Hon. George Anson, Commander-in-Chief hi India 18547, 
and sometime Aide-de-Camp to H. R. H. the Duke of Cambridge, resigned 1869; 
m. 1858, Isabella Katherine, daughter of the late Major-Gen, the Hon. George Anson ; 
has, with other issue, George Richard Penn, 6. 186l. Residence, 46, Charles-street, 
Berkeley-square, W. 

Frederick, b. 1823, Henry Dugdale, b. 1824, m. 1857, William Henry, b. 1827, m. 1st, 
1866; 2ndly, 1874. Ernest George, b, 1828, m. 1856. Leicester-SMYTH, C.B. *. 182Q, 




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Sisters lii'in?, Georg'ana Charlotte, b. 1825, m. 1845, the Svh Duke of Beaufort. Adelaide 
Ida, b. 1835, m. 1857, the 12th Earl of Westmorland. Emily Marie, k. 1836. m. 1856, 
(Kingscote). 

Half-Brothers living, Montagu, b. 1846. Assheton Gore, R.N., b. 1850. 

Half-Sister living, Mary Anna, b. 1848, m. 1869, the Mquess of Hamilton, M.P., eldest 
son of the Duke <?f Abercorn, K.G. 

Patron of thirteen livings, Acton, V. Charsfield, V. Suffolk. Curzon Chapel, V 
London. Perm, V. Perm-street, V. Tyler's-green, V. Little Missenden, V. Buckingham 
shire. Gotham, R. Radcliffe-on-Soar, V. Nottinghamshire. Congerstone, R. Shacker 
stone, V. Twycross, V. Leicestershire. Nether Whitacre, V. Warwickshire. 

Creations, Baron Howe of Langar, 1788, Baron Curzon of Penn, 1794, Viscoun* 
Curzon, 1802, Earl Howe, I82fc all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a fesse between three wolves' heads, couped, sable, 
Kowe; 2nd and 3rd, argent, on a bend, sable, three popinjays, or, collared gules, Curzon. 
(Crrsts, 1st, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich feathers, azure, Howe ; 2nd, 
a popinjay, wings displayed and inverted, or, collared, gules, Curzon. Supporters, Two 
cockatrices, wings elevated, the tails nowed, and ending in a serpent's head, or, combed, 
wattled, and legged, gules. 

Seals, Gopsall-hall, Atherstone, Leicestershire; Penn-house, Amersham, Bucking- 
hamshire. Town Residence, 3, South Auciley-street, W. Club, White's. 

HOWE, Earl, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Richard 
William Penn, 3rd Baron Howe, 2nd Viscount Curzon, and 1st Earl Howe. He was b. 
Dec. llth, 1796 ; was a Trustee of Rugby School, and a Governor of the Charterhouse ; 
m. 1st, 1820, Lady Harriet Georgiana Brudenell,-who d. 1836, daughter of the 6th Earl 
of Cardigan, and 2ndly, 1845, Anne, 2nd daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Sir John 
Gore, K.C.B., and d. 1870, leaving issue by first marriage seven sons and three daughters, 
and by second marriage two sons and one daughter. 

HOWE, ANNE, Countess, 2nd daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Sir 
John Gore, K.C.B.; was sometime a Maid of Honour to the late Queen 
Adelaide ; m. 1845, as his 2nd wife, Richard William Penn, 1st Earl Howe, 
who d. 1870. 
Residence, 

Howick, Viscount, title borne by Earl Grey. 
Howland, Baron, ,, the Duke of Bedford. 

HOWTH, EARL OF. (ST. LAWRANCE.) 

WILLIAM ULICK TRISTRAM ST. LAW- 
RANGE, 4th Earl, in the peerage of Ireland. 
Born June 2oth, 1827, and succeeded his 
father 1874. Educated at Eton. Was 
State Steward to the Lords Lieut, of Ire- 
land (the Earl of Carlisle) 18578, 1859 
64, and (the Earl of Kimberley) 1864 
6; Capt. 7th Hussars 184750, and 
Capt. in the Lancashire Hussars 18525. 
Is a Magistrate for co. Dublin, and has 
been Lieut. -Col. of the county Dublin 

Which healeth. Militia since 1854. Sat as M. P. for Gal- 

way (L.) 186874. 

1840 > m - 1861, Sir 




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Half- Brother living, Thomas Kenelm Digby, heir presumptive, b. 1855; was one of the 

Pages of the Prince of Wales at the installation of H.R.H. as a Knight of St. Patrick. 
Half-Sisters living, Henrietta, Eliza, b. 1851. Geraldine Digby, b. 1852. 

Creations, Baron, originally by tenure, in the reign of Henry II. by King John's patent 
of confirmation, and again in 1482, Viscount St. Lawrance, and Earl of Howth, 1767, 
all in the peerage of Ireland. 

&rms, Gules : two swords in saltire, points upwards, proper, pommel and hilt, gold* 
between four roses, argent. (Crest, A sea lion, argent. Supporters, Dexter, a sea lion 
argent ; sinister, a mermaid, proper, holding a mirror in her left hand. 

Seat, Howth-castle, Howth, co. Dublin, Ireland. 
*, Travellers', Arthur's. 



HOWTH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas, K.P. 
3rd Earl of Howth, Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum of the county of Dublin, and Vice 
Admiral of the Province of Leinster. He was b. Aug. 16, 1803, and succeeded his father 
1822. Educated at Eton. Was a Magistrate for co. Dublin : m. 1st, 1826, Lady Emily de 
Burgh, who d. 1842, 2nd daughter of the 13th Earl of Clanricarde; and 2ndly, 1851, 
Henrietta Elizabeth Digby, only child of Peter Barfoot, Esq., of Midlington House, 
Hants. He d. Feb. 1874, leaving issue by 1st marriage one son and four daughters, and 
Toy 2nd marriage one son and two daughters. 

HOWTH, Countess of, HENRIETTA ELIZABETH DIGSY, only child of Peter 
Barfoot, Esq., of Midlington-house, Hants: m. 1851, as his 2nd wife, the 
3rd Earl of Howth, who d. 1874. 

Residences, 45, Portland-place, W. ; 28, Merrion Square, North Dublin; Midlington 
House, Hants. 

Hughes, surname of the Bishop of St. Asaph. 
Hungerford, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Loudoun. 
Hunsdon, Baron, title of Viscount Falkland on Roll of H. I, 

HUNTINGDON, EARL OF. (HASTINGS.) 

FRANCIS POWER PLANTAGENET HAST- 
INGS, 13th Earl. Born 1841 ; succeeded 
his father in 1875 ; was educated at Christ 
Church, Oxford ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for co. Waterford : married 
(1867) Mary Anne Wilmot, only child of 
Lieut.-Col. the Hon. J. C. Westenra, and 
has issue, living, 

Sons, Warner Francis John Plantagenet, Lord 
Hastings, b. 1868. Osmond William Joone 
Victory is in truth. Westenra, b. 1873. 

Daughters, Constance Wilmot Annie, b. 1870. Keene Frances Cairns, b. 18/2. Another, 

b. 1874. 
Sister living, Dorothea Frances, b. 1847, m. 1869 (Yeoman). 

Creation, Earl of Huntingdon, in the peerage of England, 152Q. 

grms, Argent: a maunch giiles. Crest, A bull's head erased sable, armed and 
ducally gorged or. Supporters, Two man tigers (or lions guardant with human faces) or, 
the faces proper. 

Seatf, Gaultier Cottage, Waterford, Ireland. 

Residence, Whitechurch, Cappoquin, co. Waterford, Ireland. Club, St. James's. 





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HUNTINGDON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Francis Theophilus Henry, 12th Earl of Huntingdon. He was *. July 31, 1808, and sue- 
ceeded his father 1828; was educated at the Charterhouse; was a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for co. Waterford : hew. 1835, Elizabeth Anne, who d. 1857, only surviving 
daughter of Richard Power, Esq., of Clashmore, Waterford, and d, Sept. 13, 18/5, having 
had issue one son and three daughters. 



HUNTINGFIELD, BARON. (VANNECK.) 

CHARLES ANDREW YANNECK, 3rd Baron 
in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet. 
Born Jan. 12th, 1818 ; succeeded his father 
in 1844; is a Dep. Lieut, of Suffolk, and 
was High Sheriff of that county, 1848: 
married (1839) Louisa, only daughter of 
Andrew Arcedeckne, Esq. of Glevering 
Hall, Suffolk, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Joshua Charles, b. 1842; was educated at 
Eton ; entered the Scots Fusilier Guards as 
Ensign and Lieut. 1863, Lieut, and Capt. 1866, 
Just and loyal. became Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1&74. William 

Arcedeckne, 6.1845. Charles Andrew, *. 1848. 
Walter, b. 1849. Gerard, b. 1851. 

Daughters, Anne, b. 1843. Frances, b. 1844. Harriet Lucy, b. 1850. 
Half- Sister living,-^ Maria Louisa, b. 1811, m. 1830, Sir Charles Robert Rowley, 4th Bart. 
Patron of one living, Huntingfield, R. Suffolk. 

Creations, Baron Huntingfleld of Heveningham Hall, in the peerage of Ireland, 1796. 
A Baronet, 1751. 

arms, Argent : three bugle horns, two and one, gules, and in the fesse point a tor- 
teau. Crest, A bugle horn, gules, between two wings elevated, argent, tipped, or. 
Supportros Two greyhounds, ermine, each gorged with a collar paly of six, gules and or, 
and chained, gold. 

Seat, Heveningham -hall, Yoxford, Suffolk. Club, Carlton. 

HUNTINGFIELD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Joshua, 2nd Baron Huntingfleld, 6. Aug. 12, 1778; succeeded his father, Aug. 15, 1816 > 
m 1st, April 15, 1810, Catherine, daughter of C. Arcedeckne, Esq. of Glevering-hall, (she 
a. 1815), having issue, a son and a daughter ; his lordship m. 2ndly, Jan. 6, 1817, Lucy Aiuie, 
daughter of Sir Charles Blois, 6th Bart, and d. Aug. 10, 1844, having issue by second 
marriage, a son. 

HUNTINGFIELD, Dowager Baroness, LUCY ANNE, daughter of Sir 
Charles Blois, 6th Bart. m. 1817, as his 2nd wife, the 2nd Baron Hun- 
tingfield, who d. 1844. 
Residence, 



Hnntingtower, Lord, grandson of the Earl of Dysart. 



HUNTJNGTOWER, Lady (by Courtesy), KATHERINE ELIZABETH CAMILLA, 
daughter of Sir Joseph Burke, llth Bart. : m. 1851, William Lionel Felix, 
Lord Huntingtower who d. 1872 son of the 7th Earl of Dysart. 
Residence, Ham House, Surrey. 



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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




By courage, not by stratagem. 



HUNTLY, MARQUESS OF. (GORDON.) Sits as BARON MELDRUM, 

CHARLES GORDON, llth Marquess, 

Bydand, Abiding. Premier Marquess of Scotland, and a 

Baronet. Born March 5th, 1847; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1863 ; educated at 
Eton, and at Trinity College, Cambridge ; 
was a Lord in Waiting to the Queen, 
1870 73; is a Dep. Lieut, of Aber- 
deenshire, and Lieut.-Col. Aberdeenshire 
Volunteers: married (1869) Amy, eldest 
daughter of William Cunliffe Brooks, Esq. 
M.P., of Barlow-hall, Lancashire. 
Brothers living, Douglas William Cope, heir pre- 
sumptive, b. 1851 ; appointed Ensign and Lieut. 
Coldstream Guards 1871 ; unsuccessfully con- 
tested Huntingdonshire (L.) Feb. 18/4. Esme 
Stuart, 6.1853, m. 1874. Granville Armyne, 
b. 1856. 

Sisters living, Mary Katherine, b. 1845, m. 1866, (Turnor). Evelyn Elizabeth, b. 1846, 
m. 1863, the 2nd Baron Aveland. Grace Cicelie, b. 1854. Margaret Ethel, b. 1858. 
Elena Mary, b. I86l. Ethelreda Caroline, b. 1864. 

Patron of three livings, Chesterton, R. Orton Longueville, R. Waternewton, R. 
Huntingdonshire. 

Creations, Baron of Gordon prior to 1408. Earl of Huntly, 1450, Marquess of 
Huntly, Earl of Enzie, and Baron Gordon and Badenoch, 1599, Earl of Aboyne, 1660, 
Baron Gordon of Glenlivet, Strathavon, and Inverness, 1661, all in the peerage of 
Scotland, and Baron Meldrum of Morven, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1815. 
A Baronet, 1625. 

Qrms, Quarterly : 1st, azure, three boars' heads, couped, or, Gordon ; 2nd, or, three 
lions' heads erased, gules, langued, azure, Bcrdenock : 3rd, or, three crescents, within a 
double tressure, flory counterflory, gules, Seton; 4th, azure, three cinquefoils, argent, 
Frazer. (fTrest, On a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head and neck, affrontee, proper, attired 
of the first. .Supporters , Two greyhounds, argent, each gorged with a collar, or. 

Seats, Orton Longueville, Peterborough , and Aboyne-castle, Aberdeenshire. 
Town Residence, 41, Upper Grosvenor-street, W. 

HUNTLY, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Charles, 10th Marquess of Huntly. He was b. Jan. 4, 1792, and succeeded his father, 
June 17, 1853: m. 1st, March 2, 1826, Lady Elizabeth Henrietta Conyngliam, daughter of 
the 1st Marquess of Conyngham, (she d. 1839) without issue; 2ndly, April 9, 1844, Mary 
Antoinette, daughter of the Rev. P. W. Pegus; and d. Sept. 18, 1863, having had issue 
from last marriage, seven sons and seven daughters. 

HUNTLY, Dowager Marchioness of, MARY ANTOINETTE, daughter of the 
Rev. P. W. Pegus, by Charlotte, widow of the 9th Earl of Lindsey ; m. 
1844, the 10th Marquess of Huntly, who d, 1863. 
Residence, Orton Longueville, Peterborough. 

Hutchinson, Viscount, title of the Earl of Don.ough.more on Eoll of H.L,. 

(Hely-Hutchinson), family name of the Earl of Donough- 
more. 



Hyde, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Clarendon. 



PEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



2G1 




As much as I can. 



HYLTON, BARON. (JOLLIFFE.) 

WILLIAM GEORGE HYLTON JOLLIFFE, 
P.C., 1st Baron, son of the Kev. William 
John JoUiffe. Born Dec. 7th, 1800; 
entered the Army, 1817, became Lieut. 
1819, Capt. 1824, and was placed on half- 
pay the same year; was M.P. for Peters- 
field, 18301 and 183766; was Under 
Secretary for the Home Department, 
1852, and Joint Secretary of the Treasury, 
1858 9; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magis- 
trate for Surrey, Sussex, and Hampshire : 
married (1825) Eleanor, daughter of the 
Hon. Berkeley Paget, (this lady died, 
1862), and has issue, living, 

Sons Hedworth Hylton, b. 192Q; educated at Eton, and at Oriel College, Oxford; 
entered the 4th Light Dragoons as Cornet., 1848, became Lieut. IHSI, and was appointed 
Lieut, and Capt. Coldstream Guards, 1855 ; was at the battles of the Alma and Inker - 
mann, and in the Light Cavalry charge at Balaclava, 1855, retired 1856 ; has the Crimean 
Medal and four clasps, and the Turkish War Medal : is Capt. North Somerset Yeo- 
manry Cavalry; a Magistrate for Sussex, Surrey, Cornwall, and a Magistrate and Dep 
Lieut, for Somerset; sat as M.P. for Wells (C.) 185568 : m. 1858, Lady Agnes Mar 
Georgiana Byng, from whom he obtained a divorce 1872, daughter of the 2nd Ear 
of Stratford, and has, with other issue, Hylton George Hylton, b. 1862. Residence, 
Charlton, Bath. Clubs, White's, Boodle's. 

William Sydney Hylton, M.P., b. 1841, m. 1870. Walter Hylton, R.N., b. 1844. 
Spencer Hylton, b. 1852. 

Daughters, Eleanor Amelia, m. 1852, the 4th Baron de Blaquiere. Allada Harriet, 
m. 1853, (Wells). Cecil Emily, m. 1866, the 4th Earl of Sefton. Mary Augusta, m. 1865, 
(Birkbeck). 

His lordship married 2ndly (1867), Sophia Penelope, daughter of the late 
Sir Robert Sheffield, 4th Bart, and widow of the 4th Earl of Ilchester, who 
died 1865. 

3rms, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, argent, on a pile, vert, three dexter hands, proper, 
JoUiffe : 2nd and 3rd, argent, two bars azure, Hylton. (Crest, A cubit arm erect, the 
hand grasping a sword, proper. Supporters, Two lions, rampant, azure. 

Creation, Baron Hylton of Hylton, in the county palatine of Durham, and of Peters- 
field, in the county of Southampton, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1?6. 

Seats, Merstham-house, Redhill, Surrey; Heath-house, Petersfleld, Hampshire 
Ammerdown-park, Bath. 

Town Residence, \, Stratton Street, W. 
Cluos.CarltOQ, White's. 



262 



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Ikerrin, Viscount, title borne fey the Earl of Carricfc, 



ILCHESTER, EARL OF. (FOX-.STRANGWAYS.) 

HENRY EDWARD FOX.STRANGWAYS, 5tk 
Earl, son of the Hon. John George Fox- 
Strangways, (who was son of the 2nd Earl) , 
by Amelia, 3rd daughter of Edward 
Marjoribanks, Esq. Born Sept. 13th, 
1847 ; succeeded his uncle in 1865 ; edu- 
cated at Eton, and at Christ Church, 
Oxford; appointed Cornet Queen's Own 
Dorsetshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 1867, and 
Capt. 1870; was Capt. of Her Majesty's 
Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, 18734: 
married (1872) Lady Mary Eleanor Anne 
Dawson, only daughter of the 1st Earl ot 
Dartrey, and has issue J iving, 




Deeds without words. 



Son, Giles Stephen Holland, Lord Stavordale, b. 1874. 

Sister living, Mary Georgiana Julia, b. 1846, w.1872, (Hood). 

Patron of nineteen livings, Shepton Montague, V. Sorcerton, V. Milton Clevedon, 
V. Kilmington, R. Middle Chinnock, R. Somersetshire. Abbotsbury, V. Bridport, R. 
Melbury Bubb, R. Melbury Osmond, R. Stinsford, V. Winterbourne Monkton, R. Frome 
St. Quintin, R. Dorsetshire. West Grimstead, R. Plaitford, R. Liltle Somerford, R. Wilt- 
shire. And with the Earl of Egremont, Rewe, R., and Silveiton, R. Devon. Maiden 
Newton, R. Dorset. 

Creations, Baron Ilchester and Strangways, 1741, Baron Ilch ester and Stavordale 
and Baron Redlynch, 1747, Earl of Ilchester, 1756, all in the peerage of Great Britain. 



, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, sable, two lions passant, paly of six, argent and 
gules, Strangways ; 2nd and 3rd, ermine, on a chevron, azure, three foxes' heads erased, 
or, a canton of the 2nd charged with a fleur-de-lis of the 3rd, Fox. Crest, On a chapeau, 
azure, turned up ermine, a fox sejant, or. Supporters, Defter, a fox, ermine, frette, or, 
collared, dovetail, azure, and the collar charged with three fleurs-de-lis, gold ; sinister, a 
fox, proper, collared as the dexter. 

Seats, Melbury -house and Abbotsbury, near Dorchester; Redlynch -house, Bruton, 
Somersetshire. 

Town Residence, 42, Belgrave-square, S.W. 

ILCHESTER, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, William, 
Thomas Homer, 4th Earl of Ilchester. He succeeded his half-brother, Jan. 3, 1858 ; was 
Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 1835, and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Germanic 
Confederation, 18409: m. July 21, 1857, Sophia Penelope, daughter of the late Sir 
Robert Sheffield, 4th-Bart. and d. Jan. 10, 1865, without having had issue. Her ladyship. 
w. 2ndly, 1867, the 1st Baron Hylton. 



ILCHESTER, SOPHIA, COUNTESS OF. (see BARONESS HYLTON.) 



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263 



INCHIQUIN, BARON. (O'BRIEN.) 




Strength from above . 



EDWARD DONOUGH O'BRIEN, 14th Ba- 
ron, in the peerage of Ireland, a Re- 
presentative Peer for Ireland, and a 
Baronet. Born May 14th, 1839; suc- 
ceeded his father 1872. Educated at 
Cambridge (M.A. 1860). Is a Magistrate 
and a Dep. Lieut, for co. Clare, of which 
he was High Sheriff 1862. Married 1st, 
(1862) the^Hon. Emily Holmes -A' Court, 
who died 1868, daughter of the 2nd 
Baron Heytesbury, and has issue, 
living, 

5. Edward Donough, b. 1867. 



Sons, Lucius William, *. 1864. Murrough, b. 
Daughter, Geraldine Mary, b. 1863. 

His Lordship married 2ndly (1874), the Hon. Ellen Harriette White, 
daughter of the 2nd Baron Annaly, and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Clare, b. 1875. 
Sisters living, Juliana Cecilia, b. 1838, m. 1858, (MacDonnell). Charlotte Anne, b. 1840, 

m. 1866, (Ram). Mary Grace, b. 1842, n. 1874, (Ram). 
Half-Brothers liring, Lucius Murrough, b. 1857. William Turlough, b. 1863, twin with 

Anna Maria Louisa. 
Half -Sisters living, Anatasia Kathleen Lucia, b. 1856. Nora Louisa Jane, b. 1859. 

Louisa Blanche, and Alicia Amabel (twins) b. I860. Anna Maria Louisa, b. 1863, 

twin with William Turlough. 

Creation. The family traces its descent to the royal line of Thomond, a race of princes 
who sprang from the celebrated Irish monarch, Brien Boroihme, temp. 1002 14. Murrough 
O'Bryen surrendered his royalty to Henry VIII. and was, by that monarch, created Earl of 
Thomond, Baron Inchiquin, &c. In 1855, all the honours, with the exception of the 
Barony of Inchiquin (1543) became extinct. A Baronet, 1686. 

arms, Gules, three lions, passant, guardant, in pale, per pale, or and argent. Crest, 
Issuing from a cloud, an arm, embowed, brandishing a sword, argent, pommel and hilt, or. 
Supporters, Two lions guardant, per fesse, or, and argent. 

Seat, Dromoland, Newmarket-on-Fergus, (co.) Clare, Ireland. 
Clubs, St. James's, Carlton. 

INCHIQUIN, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Lucius, 
13th Baron, son of Sir Edward O'Brien, Bart., of Dromoland. Born Dec. 5, 1800; suc- 
ceeded his kinsman James, 3rd and last Marquess of Thomond, in the Barony of Inchiquin, 
1855. Educated at Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 1825, M.A. 1828). Sat 
as M.P. for Clare 182630, and 184752. Was a Representative Peer for Ireland and Lord 
Lieut, of co. Clare : m. 1st, 183", Mary, who. d. 1842,- eldest daughter of William Fitz- 
gerald, Esq., and 2ndly, 1854, Louisa, daughter of Major James Finucane, of Ennistymon- 
house, Clare. He d. March 22, 1872, leaving issue by 1st marriage one son and three 
daughters, and by 2nd marriage two sons and five daughters. 

INCHIQUIN, Baroness, LOUISA, daughter of Major James Finucane, of 
of Ennistymon-house, Clare : m. 1854, as his second wife, the 13th Baron 
Inchiquin, who d. 1872. 
Residence, 47, Prince's- gardens, W. 

Inchmarnock, Lord, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 
Ingestre, Viscount, son of the Earl of Shrewsbury, (see Shrewsbury. 1 ) 



264 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE, 



Inglism?ldie, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Northesk. 
Innerdale, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 
Innes, Earl, title of the Duke of Roxburghe on Roll of H. L. 
Innes-Ker, family name of the Duke of Roxburghe. 
Inverary, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 
Inverbervie, Baron of, title borne by Viscount Arbuthnott. 

INVERNESS, DUCHY OF, see Peerages extinct." 
Inverurie, Lord, son of the Earl of Kintore. (see Kintore.) 
Inverkeithing, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Rosebery. 
Ipswich, Viscount, title borne by the Duke of Grafton. 
Irby, family name of Baron Boston. 
Isles, Lord of the, title borne by the Prince of Wales. 



Jackson, surname of the Bishop of London. 
Jacobson, surname of the Bishop of Chester. 
Jedburgh, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Lothian. 

,, Forest, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 

Jennyn, Earl, title borne by the Marquess of Bristol. 
Jemingham, family name of Baron Stafford. 



JERSEY, EAKL OF. (VILLIEES.) 




The Cross is the test of faith. 



VICTOR ALBERT GEORGE CHILD VIL- 
LIERS, 7th Earl. Born March 20th, 1845 : 
succeeded his father in 1859 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Balliol College, Oxford; is a 
Magistrate for Oxfordshire ; was sometime 
a Cornet in the Oxfordshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry ; appointed a Lord in Waiting in 
Ordinary to the Queen, 1875: married 
(1872) the Hon. Margaret Elizabeth 
Leigh, daughter of the 2nd Baron Leigh, 
and has issue, living, 
Son, George Henry Robert Child, Viscount 

Villiers, b. 1873. 
DaugMvr, Margaret, b. 1875. 



Brothers lining, Robert Frederick, b. 184?. Edward Reginald Clement, b. 1S4Q. 



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Sisters living Julia Sarah Alice, b. 1842, m. 186l, Sir George Orby Wombwell, 4th. Eart. 
Caroline Anne, b. 1843, m. 1872, (Jenkins). 

Patron of two livings, Shenington, R. Gloucestershire. Briton Ferry, V. Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Creations, Viscount Grandison of Limerick, in the peerage of Ireland, 1620 ; Baron 
Hoo and Viscount Villiers of Dartford, Kent, 1691, Earl of Jersey, 169?, all in the 
peerage of Great Britain. 



, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, argent, on a cross, gules, five escallops, or, Villiers. 
2nd and 3rd, gules, a chevron engrailed, ermine, between three eaglets, argent, ducally 
gorged, or, and in the chief point, for distinction, an escallop, or, Child. Crrstg, 1st, a 
lion rampant, argent, ducally crowned, or, Villiers; 2nd, on a rock, proper, an eagle 
rising, argent, ducally gorged,*or, holding in the beak an adder, proper, and charged 
on the breast, for distinction, with an ermine spot, Child. Supporter*, Two lions, 
argent, ducally crowned, or, and gorged with a plain collar, gules, charged with three 
escallops, or. 

Seat, Middleton.park, Eicester, Oxfordshire. Club, Junior Carlton. 

JERSEY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George 
Augustus Frederick, 6th Earl of Jersey. He was b. April 4, 1808, and succeeded his father, 
Oct. 3, 1859 : m. July 13, 1841, Julia, daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel, M.P. 
2nd Baronet: and d. Oct. 24, 1859, having had issue three sons and two daughters. Her 
ladyship m. 2ndly, 1865, Charles Brandling, Esq. 

JERSEY, JULIA, Countess of. daughter of the Right Hon. Sir Robert 
Peel, 2nd Bart., m. 1st, 1841, the 6th Earl of Jersey, who d. 1859; 2ndly, 
1865, Charles Brandling, Esq. of Middleton-hall, Leeds. 
Residence, 32, Wilton-place, S.W. 

Jervis, family name of Viscount St. Vincent. 

JOCELYN, Viscountess, (by courtesy), FRANCES ELIZABETH, 2nd daughter 
of the 5th Earl Cowper ; b. 1820 ; is extra Lady of the Bedchamber to the 
Queen; m. 18-J1, Viscount Jocelvn, eldest son of the 3rd Earl of Roden, 
K.P. who d. 1854. 
Residence, 8, Hertford-street, Mayfair, W. 

Jocelyn, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Roden. 

,, family name of the Earl of Roden. 
Jolliffe, ,, ,, Baron Hyltcn. 
Jones, Viscount Ranelagh. 

surname of the Bishop of St. David's. 




266 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Karryke, Earl of, title borne by the Marquess of Ormonde. 

KEANE, BARON. (KEANE.) 

EDWARD ARTHUR WELLINGTON KEANE, 
2nd Baron. Born May 4th, 1815; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1844; educated at 
Bath Grammar School and at the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst ; entered the 
33rd Foot, 1833, became Lieut. 1836, 
Capt. 37th Foot, 1840, and Major in the 
Army, 1840; was Aide-de-Camp to the 
1st Baron Keane, G.C.B. G.C.H. when 
Commander-in -Chief in Bombay, and in 
the campaign in Afghanistan, 1836 40 : 
married (1847) Louisa, 2nd daughter of 
God will provide for me. Samuel Yate Benyon, Esq. of Denston- 

hall, .Newmarket, and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Emily Julia Charlotte, b. 1848, m. 1866, (Herbert). 

Brothers living, John Manley Arbuthnot, heir presumptive, b. 1816; entered the 81st 
Foot, 1835, became Lieut. 7th Fusiliers, 1839, then exchanged into the 33rd Foot, 
from which regiment he was promoted as Capt. in the Rifle Brigade, 1846, and retired 
1848 ; was High Sheriff of co. Wexford, )875 : m. 1848, Mary Jane, daughter of Sir Hugh 
Palliser Palliser, second sister of the 3rd and last Bart, and widow of W. Lockhart, Esq. 
of Milton Lockhart, Lanarkshire. Seat, Castletown House, Churchtown, co. Wexford, 
Ireland. Club, Army and Navy. 
George Disney, R.N., C.B., b. 1817. Hussey Fane, b. 1822. 

lrm3, Gules : three salmons naiant, in pale, argent, (being the arms of Keane) ; on a 
chief of honourable augmentation, argent, a representation of the Fortress of Ghuznee, all 
proper. Srests, 1 st, (of augmention) , a representation of the Gabool Gate of the Fortress 
of Ghuznee, all proper, and in an escrol above, the motto, " Ghuznee ;" 2nd, a leopard 
sejant, proper, supporting, in his dexter paw, a flag staff, thereon a union-jack, proper. 
Supporters, Dexter, a bay horse, caparisoned, thereon mounted a Belooche soldier, habited, 
armed, and accoutred, his sword drawn in the act of striking, point downwards, proper ; 
sinister, a grey horse, guardant, caparisoned, thereon mounted an Affghan soldier, also 
habited, armed and accoutred, brandishing his sword, all proper. 

Creation, Baron Keane, of Ghuznee, Affghanistan, and of Cappoquin, county Water, 
ford, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1840. 

Residence, -30, Hill- street, W. Club United Service. 

KEANE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Sir John 
Keane, G.C.B. G.C.H. 1st Baron Keane. B. 1781 ; in 1840 he was raised to the peerage; was 
a Lieut.-Gen. in the Army, Col. of the 43rd Foot, and rendered his name memorable from 
his conduct, when Commander-in-Chief in India, (more especially in Affghanistan in 1839) : 
m. 1st, Aug. 10, 1806, Grace, daughter of Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Smith, R.A. (she d. 1838), and 
by her had issue five sons and three daughters; 2ndly, Aug. 20, 1840, Charlotte Maria, 
daughter of Lieut.-Col. Boland ; and d. Aug. 26, 1844, without issue from his last marriage. 
Her ladyship married, 2ndly, 1847, W. Pigott, Esq., who d. 1875. 

KEANE, Dowager Baroness, CHARLOTTE MARIA, daughter of the late 
Lieut.-Colonel Boland ; m. 1840, as his 2nd wife, the 1st Baron Keane, 
who d. 1844 ; 2ndly, 1847, as his 2nd wife, William Pigott, Esq., who d. 
1875. 

Residence, 37, Cromwell Road, S.W. 

Keith, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Kintore. 
Keith-Falconer, family name of the Earl of Kintore. 



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KEITH, BARONY OF, see " Peerages Extinct." 
Kelburne, Viscount of, title borne by the Earl of Glasgow, 

KELLIE, EARL OF, see MAR AND KELLIE. 
Kellie, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Aberdeen. 
Kelso, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Roxburghe. 
Kenlis, Baron, title of the Marquess of Headfort on Boll of H. L. 



KENMARE, EARL OF. (BROWNE.) Sits as BARON. 

VALENTINE AUGUSTUS BROWNE, P.C.. K.T. 
4th Earl, and a Baronet. Born May 16th, 
1825; succeeded his father 1871. Was 
Comptroller of Her Majesty's Household 
18568, and Vice Chamberlain of the 
Household 185965, and 186872, and 
a Lord-in-Waiting to the Queen, 1872 4. 
Is Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum 
of co. Kerry of which he was High 
Sheriff 1851, a Magistrate for cos. Cork 

_ and Limerick; a Knight of St. Patrick, 

and Col. of the Kerry Militia. Sat as 

Loyal in everythmg. M p for ^ ^^ J 1 852 _71. Mar- 

ried (1858) Gertrude Harriet, daughter of the Rev. Lord Charles Thynne, 

and has issue, living, 

Sons, Valentine Charles, Viscount Castlerosse, b. i860. Cecil Augustine, b. 1864. 

Daughter, Margaret Theodora Mary Catherine, b. 1862. 

Sisters living, Ellen Maria, b. 1826. Mary Catherine, b. 1829, m. 1851, (Berkeley). 

Creations, Baron of Castlerosse, and Viscount Kenmare 1689, Vicount Castlerosse 
and Earl of Kenmare, 1800, all in the peerage of Ireland. Baron Kenmare of Killarney, in 
the peerage of the United Kingdom 1856. A Baronet 1622. 




Argent : three martlets, in pale, sable, between two flanches of the second, 
each charged with a lion passant guardant of the first. (rest, A demi-dragon, argent, 
wings expanded, sable, guttee of the first. Supporters, Two lynxes, argent, guttee sable, 
plain collared and chained, or. 

Seat, Killarney-house, Killarney, (co.) Kerry, Ireland. 
Town Residence, 11, Belgrave Square, S.W. 
Clubs, White's, Brooks's, Travellers'. 

KENMARE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas, 
3rd Earl of Kenmare. He was b. 1739, and succeeded his brother 1853. Educated at the 
Catholic College of St. Edmund, Ware. Entered the 40th regiment 1808, and served in the 
Peninsular for five years, for which he had a medal and clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Tala- 
vera, Busaco, Alhuera, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Salamanca. \N as one of the band 
who entered the castle of Badajoz by escalade under Sir Thomas Pictoii : m. 1822, Cathe - 
rine who d. 1856, daughter of Edmund O'Callaghan, Esq., of Kilgorey, co. Clare. He 
d, Dec. 26. 1871, leaving issue one son and two daughters. 



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Kennedy, Baron, title borne by the Marquess of Ailsa. 
,, family name of the Marquess of Ailsa. 

Kenry, Baron, title of the Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl on 
Roll of H. L. 




Keep the faith. 



KENSINGTON, BAEON. (EDWARDES.) 

WILLIAM EDWARDES, M.P., 4th Baron, 
in the peerage of Ireland. Born May llth, 
1835; succeeded his father in 1872 ; edu- 
cated at Eton ; entered the Coklstream 
Guards as Ensign and Lieut. 1854, 
became Lieut, and Capt. 1858, and Capt. 
and Lieut.-Col. 1867 ; has since retired. 
Is Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum 
for Pembrokeshire, and a Magistrate for 
the town and county of Haverfordwest. 
Sat as M.P. for Haverfordwest, (L.) from 
Nov. 1868, till June 187-4, when he was 
unseated through an informality; re- 
elected the same month ; in 1865 was an unsuccessful candidate for the same 
constituency; was a Groom in Waiting to Her Majesty 1873 4: married 
(1867) Grace Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Robert Johnstone Douglas, 
Esq., of Lockerbie House, N.B., and has issue, living, 
Sons, William, b. 1868. Hugh, b. 1S/3. 

Daughters, Gwendolen, b. 1869. Sybil Laura, b. 1871. Grace Louisa, b. 18/2. Winifred, 
b. 1875. 

Brothers li m ,-, Cuthbert Ellison, b. 1838. Henry George, b. 1844. 

Sisters living, Laura Jane, b. 1837. Louisa Jane, b. 183Q. Elizabeth, b. 1840. Caroline, 
b. 1843. 

Creation, Baron Kensington, in the peerage of Ireland, 17/6. 

Srrns, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, ermine, a lion rampant, sable, Edwnrdes ; 2nd and 3rd, 
gules, a chevron between three crosses botony, or, Rich. Crest, On a mount, vert, 
a wyvern, wings expanded, argent. Supporters, Two reindeer, proper, armed and 
linguled, or. 

Seat, St. Bride's, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. 

Town Residence, 69, Grosvenor-street, W. 

Clubs, Brooks's, Guards', Traveller?', Devonshire. 

KENSINGTON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
William, 3rd Baron Kensington. He was b. Feb. 3, 1801, and succeeded his father 1852; 
educated at Eton-, entered the Royal Navy 1814, became a Commander 1827, and Capt. 
1856, in which year he retired. Served at the battle of Navarino, and for his conduct 
there was invested on the following day with the command of the " Gannet" 18 guns: 
tn. 1833, Laura Jane, who d. 1846, 4th daughter of Cuthbert Ellison, Esq., of Hepburn. 
He d. Jan l, 18/2, leaving issue three sons and four daughters. 



Kent, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Edinburgh, 




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KENYON, BARON. (KENYON.) 

LLOYD KENYON, 4th Baron, and a 
Baronet, only child of the Hon. Lloyd 
Kenyon, who married 1868, Fanny Mary 
Katharine, only daughter of J ohn Ralph 
Ormsby-Gore, Esq. M.P., and died 1868. 
Born July 5th, 1864; succeeded his grand- 
father in 1869. 

Uncles living, George Thomas, heir presump- 
tive; 6.1840; educated at Harrow, and at 
Christ Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1864, M.A. 1870) ; 
appointed Cornet North Shropshire Yeomanry, 
1865, Lieut. 1871, and Capt. 1873 : called to the 
Sustain the Cross with magnanimity. Bar at the Middle Temple, 1869 ; is a Magistrate 

for Flintshire and Shropshire; unsuccessfully 

contested Denbigh District Feb. 1 874 : TO. 1875, Miss Leche, of Garden Park. Residences, 
15, Cavendish-square, W.; Gredington, Whitchurch, Salop. Club, Junior Carlton. 
Edward Frederick, b. 1842. Rev. William Trevor, b. 1847, TO. 1871. 

Aunts living, Georgina, b. 1834. Margaret Emma, b. 1836, TO. 1855, (Mitford). Elizabeth, 
b. 1837, TO. I860, (Arkwright). Henrietta, b. 1839. Charlotte Jane, b. 1843. 

Patron of one living, Little Hulton, V. Lancashire. 

Creation, Baron Kenyon, of Gredington, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1788. A 
Baronet, 1784. 

Slrtns, Sable : a chevron engrailed, or, between three crosses flory, argent. (Crest, A 
lion sejant, proper, resting the dexter fore paw on a cross flory, argent. Supporters, Two 
female figures, the dexter representing Truth, vested in white, her head irradiated, on her 
breast a sun, and in her right hand a mirror, all proper ; the sinister, representing Fortitude, 
clad in a corslet of mail, robe, or, mantle, gules, on her head a casque plumed, gules, in her 
right hand a branch of oak, and her left arm resting on a pillar, proper. 

Seats, Gredington, near Whitchurch, Shropshire ; Peel-Hall, Bolton, Lancashire. 

KENYON, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, 
Lloyd, 3rd Baron Kenyan. He was b. April 1, 1805, and succeeded his father Feb. 26, 1855: 
m. 1833. the Hon. Georgina de Grey, 4th daughter of Thomas, 4th Baron Walsingham ; 
and d. July 14, 1869, having had issue five sons and five daughters. 

Keppel, family name of the Earl of Albemarle. 
Ker, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Roxburghe. 

,, ,, title of the Marquess of Lothian on Roll of H. L. 
Ker, (Innes-Ker), family name of the Duke of Roxburghe. 

,, family name of the Marquess of Lothian. 

Kerry, Earl of, son of the Marquess of Lansdowne. (see Lansdowne.) 

KERRY, Countess of (by courtesy) ,- AUGUSTA LAVINIA PRISCTLLA, daughter 
of the 4th Earl of Bessborough ; m. 1st 1834, the Earl of Kerry, son of 
the 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne, K.G. (he d. 1836) ; 2ndly, 1845, the Hon. 
Charles A. Gore, brother of the 4th Earl of Arran, K.P. 

Residence, Wimbledon Common. 



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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



KESTEVEN, BARON. (TROLLOPE.) 



JOHN HENRY TROLLOPE, 2nd Baron, and 
a Baronet. Born Sept. 22nd, 1851 ; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1874; educated at 
Eton, and Magdalene College, Cambridge. 

Brothers living, Robert Cranmer, b. 1852. 
Charles William, b. 1855. 

Sisters living, Julia, b. 1848, m. 1869 (Hobart). 
Sophia, *. 1849. 

Creation, Baron Kesteven of Casewick, in 
the county of Lincoln, 1868. A Baronet, 1641. 

&rtttg Vert : three bucks courant argent, 
armed or, within a bordure azure, Crest, On 
a mount vert, a buck courant, as in the 
arms, holding an oak- leaf in his mouth proper. 
Supportms , On either side a buck argent, gorged 
with a ducal coronet or, holding in the mouth an 
oak-leaf proper. 

Seat, Casewick-house, Stamford, Lincolnshire. 
Town Residence, 6, Cavendish. square, W. 
CVttA*, Carlton,-*- Raleigh. 




I listen, but am silent. 



STEVEN, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John,, 
1st Baron, a P.C., and 7th Baronet. He was *. May 5, 1800; educated at Eton-, was a 
Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Lincolnshire, of which county he was High Sheriff 1825 ; 
was Chief Commissioner of the Poor Law Board Feb. to Dec. 1852 ; sat as M.P. for South 
Lincolnshire (C.) 184168: m. 1847, Julia Miria, daughter of Sir Robert Sheffield, 4th 
Bart. He d. Dec. 1874, leaving issue three sons and two daughters. 



KESTEVEN, Baroness, JULIA MARIA, daughter of Sir Robert Sheffield* 
4th Bart.: m. 1847, the 1st Baron Kesteven, who d. 1874. 
Residence, 



Kilconnel, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Clancarty. 



Kilcoursie, Viscount, son of the Earl of Cavan. (see Cavan.) 



Kildare, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Leinster. 



Marqness of, son of the Duke of Leinster (see Leinster) , 



Killard, Baron, title borne by Viscount Galway, 



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271 



Killeen, Lord, son of the Earl of Fingall. (see Fingall.) 




KILMAINE, BARON. (BROWNE.) 

FRANCIS WILLIAM BROWNE, 4th Baron^ 
in the peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet. 
Born March 24th, 1843 ; succeeded his 
father in 1873. Educated at Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin, is a Magistrate and a Dep. 
Lieut, for co. Westmeuth, and a Magis- 
trate for co. Mayo. 

Brothers living, Edward Miles David, R.N., heir 
presumptive, b. 1844 ; appointed Sub-Lieut. 
R.N. 1865, and Lieut. H.M.S. Zealous 186;. 
Arthur Henry, b. 1850. 

Sisters living, Julia Sophia, b. 1842. Gertrude 
Eleanor Wilhelmina, b. 1846. Evelyne, b. 1848, 
m. 1867, (Burne). 

Half-Sisters living,-*- Isabella Anne, m. 1844, the 8th Baron Beaumont. Agnes Georgina. 
TO. 1849, Sir G. S. Abercromby, 6th Bart. Louisa Katherine, b. 1831, m. 1859, (Borrowes), 
Emily Anne, b. 1833, m. 1853, the 2nd Baron Lurgan. 

Creation, Baron Kilmaine of the Neale, co. Mayo, in the peerage of Ireland, 1739. 
A Baronet, 1632. 

Slrms, sable, on a bend, three lions passant, between four bendlets, argent, (treat, 
An eagle displayed, vert. Supporters, Two lions reguardant, argent, plain collared and 
chained, or. 

Seats, Galston-house, Rochford Bridge, co. Westmeath ; and the Neale, Ballinrobe, 
co. Mayo, Ireland. 

Clubs, Carlton, Travellers', Kildare-street (Dublin) . 



Follow reason. 



KILMAINE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, John 
Cavendish, 3rd Baron Kilmaine, and a Representative Peer for Ireland. He was *. June 
11, 1794, and succeeded his father 1825. Was a Dep. Lieut, for Westmeath co., and a Ma- 
gistrate for co. Mayo: m. 1st. 1822, Eliza who d 1834 daughter of David Lyon, Esq. : 
2n(ily, 1839, Mary, 2nd daughter of the Hon. Charles Ewan Law, Q.C., M.P., sometime 
Recorder of London, and sister of the 3rd Baron Ellenborough. He d. Jan. 13th, 1873, 
leaving issue by 1st marriage four daughters, and by second marriage three sons and two 
daughters. 



KILMAINE, Baroness, MARY, 2nd daughter of the late Hon. Charles 
Ewan Law, Q.C., M.P., sometime Recorder of London, and sister of the 
3rd Baron Ellenborough : m. 1839, as his second wife, the 3rd Baron 
Kilmaine, who d. Jan. 1873. 
Residence, 



Kihnarnock, Lord, son of Jtoe EarLof Erroll. (see Erroll) . 




272 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Kilmarnock, Baron, title of the Earl of Erroll on Eoll of H. L. 



KILMOREY, EARL OF. (NEEDHAM.) 

FRANCIS JACK NEEDHAM, 2nd Earl, in 
the peerage of Ireland. Born Dec. 
12th, 1787 ; succeeded his father in 1832 ; 
is a Magistrate for (co.) Down: married, 
1st (1814), Jane, 5th daughter of George 
Gan Cuninghame, Esq. of Mount Kennedy, 
Wicklow, '(this lady died, 1867), and has 
issue, living, 

So ns, Robert, b. 1816, m, 1374. Francis Henry, 
b. 1819, m. 1840. 

Now or never Daughter, Jane Selina Elizabeth, b. 181 7,m. 1874, 

(Hinde). 

Heir, His grandson, Francis Charles, Viscount Newry and Morne, son of Francis Jack, 
Viscount Newry and Morne, (who was b. 1815, m. 1839, Anne Amelia, eldest daughter of 
Gen. the Hon. Sir Charles Colville, G.C.B., G.C.H., R.T.S., and d 1851). B. 1842 : edu- 
cated at Eton, and at Christ Church, Oxford, (M.A. 1867) ; is a Magistrate for cos. Salop, 
Armagh and Down, of which latter county he was High Sheriff 1871. Sat as M.P. for 
Newry 1871 74, when he was an unsuccessful candidate. Appointed Capt. Salop 
Yeomanry 1871. Residence b, Waterloo Place, S.W. Clubs, White's, Marlborough, 
Garrick. 

Sisters living, Frances Elizabeth, b. 1792, m. 1825, (Higginson) .Selina, A. 1794, m. 1817, 
(Bridgeman). Georgiana, b. 1/95. Alicia Mary, b. 1796, m. 1836, (Bristowe). Mabella 
Josephine, b. 1801, m. 1822, (Knox). 

Creations, Viscount Kilmorey, 1625, Viscount Newry and Morne, and Earl of 
Kilmorey, 1822, all in the peerage of Ireland. 

arms, Argent : a bend, azure, between two bucks' heads cabossed, sable. OTrfSt, A 
demi-phcenix, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a bay horse, mane and tail, sable ; sinister, a 
stag, proper. 

Seats, Morne Park, Newry, Ireland; Gordon House, Isleworth ; Shavington Hall, 
Market Drayton, Salop. 

KILMOREY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Francis, 
1st Earl and 12th Viscount Kilmorey. He was b. April 15, 1/48, and succeeded his brother 
in the Viscountcy 1818 ; raised to the Earldom 1822 ; was a General in the Army, and Col. 
of the 86th Foot: m. Feb. 20, 1787, Anne, daughter of Thomas Fisher, Esq., of Acton, 
she d. 1816, and d. Nov. 21, 1832, having had issue two sons and eight daughters. 



Kilpatrick, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Abercorn, 
Kiltarton, Baron, Viscount Gort. 

Kilwarlin, Viscount, the Marquess of Downshire. 
Kilworth, Lord, son of the Earl of Mount-Cashel. (see Mount-Cashel.) 




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KIMBERLEY, EARL OF. (WODEHOUSE.) 

Frappefort. Strike hard. J OHN WoDEHOUSE, P.O., 1st Earl, 3rd 

Baron Wodehouse, and a Baronet. Born 
Jan. 7th, 1826 ; succeeded his grandfather 
in 1846; educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, (B.A. 1st class in Classics 
1847) ; was Under Secretary for Foreign 
Afiairs, 18526, and 185961, Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary to Russia, 1856 8, Special Envoy 
to Copenhagen, 1863, Under Secretary for 
India, 1864, Lord Lieut, of Ireland, 1864 
6; and Lord Privy Seal, 186870, 
and Secretary of State for the Colonies, 
187074 ; is a Dep.-Lieut. of Norfolk, one of the Senate of the London 
University, and has been Lord Steward of Norwich Cathedral since 1866: 
married (1847) Lady Florence Fitz-Gibbon, eldest daughter of the 3rd and 
last Earl of Clare, and has issue, living, 

Sons, John, Lord Wodehouse, b. 1848, m. 1875, Isabel Geraldine, daughter of Sir Henry 
Josias Stracy, 5th Bart. Armyn, b, I860. 

Daughters, Alice, b. 1850, m. 1872, (Packe) .Constance, b. 1852. 

Patron of seven livings, Carleton Forehoe, R. Crownthorpe, R. Barnham Broom, R. 
Bacton, V. Hingham, R. Norfolk; and, alternately with the Bishop of Norwich, Coston, 
R. and Ridlington, R. Norfolk. 

Creations, Baron Wodehouse of Kimberley, county of Norfolk, 1797, and Earl Kim- 
berley of Kimberley. county of Norfolk, 1866, both in the peerage of Great Britain. A 
Baronet, 1611. 

Strrns, Sable : a chevron, or, gutte de sang, between three cinquefoils, ermine. Crest 
a dexter arm couped below the elbow, vested, argent, and grasping a club, or. 
Supporters, Two wild men, wreathed about the loins, and holding in the exterior hand 
a club, raised in the attitude of striking, sable. 

Seat, Kimberley-house, Wymondham, Norfolk. Town Residence, 35, Lowndes 
Square, S.W. 6Yws, Travellers', Brooks's, Athenaeum, Devonshire. 

KIMBERLEY, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his grandfather, / 
John, 2nd Baron Wodehouse. He was b. Jan. li, 1771, and succeeded his father, May/ 
29, 1834; was Lord Lieut, of Norfolk; Lord Steward of Norwich Cathedral ; Col. of thf 
East Norfolk Militia, and Vice-Admiral of the Norfolk 'coast ; m. Nov. 17, 1796, Chariot/ 
Laura, daughter of John Noms, Esq. of Witton-park, (she d. 1845) ; and d. May 29, 18/ 
having had issue six sons and five daughters. 

Kinalmeaky, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Cork and Orret, . 
Kincardine, Earl of, title borne by the Earl of Elgin. 

,, ,, ,, ,, Duke of Montrose. 

King, family name of the Earl of Kingston. 

,, ,, ,, Earl of Lovelace. 

Baron, title borne by the Earl of Lovelace. 



274 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 




King-Noel, surname of the Earl of Lovelace. 

Kingarth, Viscount, title borne by the Marquess of Bute. 

Kinghorne, Earl of, Earl of Strathmore. 

KINGSALE, BARON.* (DE COURCY.) 

JOHN FITZROY DE COURGY, 31st Baron, 
in the peerage of Ireland, and Premier 
Baron of Ireland, son of the late Lieut. - 
Col. the Hon. Gerald De Courcy, by 
Elizabeth Carlyon, daughter of the late 
John Bishop, Esq. Born March 30th, 
1821 ; ' succeeded his kinsman 1874. 
Served in the 47th Regiment 183847. 
Appointed Capt. 1st Derby Militia 1853. 
Served as Major in the Turkish Contingent 

during the Crimean War for which he has 
Truth conquers all thing.. the ^^ Qf fhe Me()jidie ^ ^^ Ap _ 

pointed Stipendiary Magistrate for the Island of San Juan (Vancouver) on 
the occasion of the Harvey imbroglio. Served as a Volunteer with the rank 
of Col. in the Federal Army, and commanded in it Brigades and Divisions 
of Infantry and Cavalry during the greater part of the War of Secession. 
Married (1864) Elia Elizabeth, daughter of Mons. C. des Francois de 
Ponchalon, Chevalier Legion d'Honneur, of Alenc-ons, Orne, France, and 
widow of Mons. C. de Bosque de Beaumont, of Airel, Manche. 

Sisters living, Susannah, m. 1831, Thomas Page, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Cambridgeshire. 
Frederica Maitland, m. 1840, the Baron Paul w. D'Hogguer, who d. 18 .Henrietta 
Jane Paulet, m. 1851, Gen. Baron de Knebel, of the Emperor of Austria's service. 

Heir presumptive, His cousin, Michael William De Courcy, Esq., eldest son of the Rev. 
Michael De Courcy, D.D., whowas eldest son of Vice- Admiral the Hon. Michael De Courcy, 
who was 3rd son of the 25th Baron ; b. 1822 ; TO. 1st, 1852, Esther Eleanor, who d. 18 , 
daughter of Thomas Williams, Esq., of Dublin : 2nly, 18, daughter of the Rev. E. 
Polwhele, A.M., Vicar of St. Stephen's by Saltash, and has with other issue, Michael 
Constantine, b. 1855. Residence, Stoketon, Saltash, Cornwall. 

Creation. English Baron by tenure, since the Conquest : Baron Kingsale, Baron 
Courcy, and Baron Ringrone, in the peerage of Ireland, 1181, confirmed by patent, 1307. 

arms, Argent : three eagles, displayed, gules, ducally crowned, or. (Crest, Out of a 
ducal coronet, or, an eagle displayed, with two heads, argent. Supporters, Two unicorns, 
azure, armed unguled, crined and tufted, gorged with collars adorned with crosses pattSe 
and fleurs-de-lis, and chained, all gold. 

Club, Devonshire. 

KINGSALE, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his kinsman, 
Michael, 30th Baron Kingsale. He was b. Dec. 21, 1828, succeeded his brother 1865, and 
d. April, 1874. 

KINGSALE, ADELAIDE, Baroness, daughter of J. P. Brown-Westhead, 
Esq. M.P. of Lea-castle : m. 1855, the 29th Baron Kingsale, who d. 1865. 
Residence, Lea Castle, near Kidderminster. 

* This nobleman enjoys the hereditary privilege of wearing his hat in the Royal Presence, 
an honour that was granted by King John to De Courcy, Earl of Ulster. 



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KINGSALE, SARAH, Baroness, daughter of Joseph Chadder, Esq.; m. 
1825, the 28th Baron Kingsale, who d. 1847. 
Residence, Salcombe, Kingsbridge, Devon. 

Kingsborough Viscount, son of the Earl of Kingston, (see Kingston.) 
KINGSDOWN, BARONY OF, see "Peerages Extinct." 

KINGSLAND, Viscountess,* JULIA, daughter of John Willis, Esq. m. 1820, 
the 6th Viscount Kingsland, who d. 1833, when his title became extinct. 
Residence,' 



KINGSTON, EARL OF. (KING.) 

HENRY ERNEST NEWCOMEN KING, 8th 
Earl of Kingston, and 4th Viscount Lor- 
ton, in the peerage of Ireland, and a 
Baronet. Born July 31st, 1848; suc- 
ceeded his brother in 1871. Educated at 
Rugby. Is Capt. in the Roscommon 
Militia, and a Dep. Lieut, and a Magis- 
trate of co. Roscommon : married (1872) 
Florence, only surviving daughter of Col. 
Edward King Tenison, of Kilronan Castle, 
Carfick on Shannon, and Lord Lieut, ot 
The safest hope is in Heaven. C o. Roscommon, and has issue, living, 

Son, Henry Edwyn, Viscount Kingsborough, b. 1874. 
Sister living, Frances Isabella Anna, b. 1842, m. 1862, (Warburton) . 

Creations, Baron Kingston of Rockingham, (co.) Roscommon, 1764, Viscount 
Kingston of Kingsborough, (co.) Sligo, 1766, Earl of Kingston, (co.) Roscommon, 1768, 
Barou Errisof (co.) Roscommon, 1800, Viscount Lorton of Boyle, (co.) Roscommon, 1806, 
all in the peerage of Ireland. A Baronet, 1682. 

Srrns, Gules : two lions, counter-rampant, supporting a dexter hand, couped at the 
wrist, all argent. Crest, Out of a ducal coronet, a dexter hand erect, with the little and 
third fingers turned down on the palm, proper. Supporters, Two lions, per fesse, argent 
and gules, ducally crowned of the last. 

Seat, Oakport House, Boyle, co. Roscommon. 
Clubs, White's, St. James's, Kildare-street (Dublin). 

KINGSTON, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his brother, Robert 
Edward, 7th Earl of Kingston, and 3rd Viscount Lorton. He was b. Oct. 18, 1831, and 
succeeded his father 1869. Was a Magistrate and a Dep. Lieut, of Roscommon : m. 1854, 
the Hon. Augusta Chichester, daughter of the 1st Baron Templemore ; and d. 1871, leaving 
issue one daughter. 

KINGSTON, ANNA, Countess of, daughter of Matthew Brinkley, Esq., 
of Parsonstown, Meath; m. 1st 1860, the oth Earl of Kingston, who 
d. 1869; 2ndly 1873, William Downes Webber, Esq., of Kelly ville, Queen's 
County, Ireland. 
Rosidence, The Castle, Mitchelstown, co. Cork. 




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KINGSTON, ANNE, Countess of, sister of Sir Robert Gore-Booth, 3rd 
Bart.; m. 1829, the 2nd Viscount Lorton and 6th Earl of Kingston, 
who d. 1869. 
Residence, Knockranny, co. Roscommon. 

Kingston, Viscount, title borne by the Earl of Kingston. 

Kinloss, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos. 




He conquers who endures. 



KINNAIRD, BARON. (KINNAIRD.) 

GEORGE WILLIAM Fox KINNAIRD, 
K.T. P.C., 9th Baron, Lord Lieut, of 
Perthshire. Born April 14th, 1807 ; 
succeeded his father in 1826 ; educated 
at Eton; was Master of the Buck- 
hounds, 1839 41, and sometime Grand 
Master of the Freemasons of Scotland : 
married (1837) the Hon. Frances Ann 
Georgiana Ponsonby, daughter of the 
1st Baron de Mauley. 

Brother living, Arthur Fitz-Gerald, M.P., 
heir presumptive, 6.1814; educated at 
Eton ; is head partner in the banking firm 
of Ransom, Bouverie & Co.; was Attache 



to the British Embassy at St. Petersburg:, and Private Secretary to the Earl of Durham, 
when Minister at that Court, 18357 ; is a Dep. Lieut, and a Magistrate for Perthshire ; 
sat as M.P. for Perth 183739 (L.) and has represented that constituency since 1852 : 
m. 1843, Mary Jane, daughter of W. H. Hoare, Esq. of Mitcham Grove, Surrey, and 
niece of the 1st Earl of Gainsborough, and has, with other issue, Arthur Fitzgerald, 
b. 1847. Residences, Plaistow Lodge, Bromley, Kent ; Kinloch, Perthshire; and 2, Pall 
Mall East, S.W. Club, Athenaeum. 

Sister living, Olivia Cecilia Laura, b. 1808. 

Creations, Baron Kinnaird of Inchture, in the peerage of Scotland, 1 682, Baron 
Rossie of Rossie, Perth, 1831, and Baron Kinnaird of Rossie, with remainder in default 
of heirs male, to his brother and the heirs male of his body, I860 ; both in the peerage of 
the United Kingdom. 

Srms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, or, a fesse wavy, between three mullets, gules, Kirkaldy. 
2nd, gules, a saltire between four crescents, or, Kinnaird; 3rd, sable, a castle, proper. 
Crest, A crescent, rising out of a cloud, with a star between its horns, and the whole 
encircled by two branches of palm, all proper. 5>upportfrg, Two wild men, wreathed about 
the loins with oak, each holding in his exterior hand a chaplet of laurel, their interior 
ancles surrounded by a fetter, and the chain held in the interior hand. 

Seat, Rossie Priory, Inchture, Perthshire. 



KINNAIRD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Charles, 
8th Baron Kinnaird. He was b. April 8, 1780, and succeeded his father, Oct. 11, 1803 ; was 
for some time M.P. for Leominster, and was a Representative Peer of Scotland : m. May 8, 
1806, Lady Olivia Letitia Catherine Fitzgerald, daughter of the 2nd Duke of Leinster.K.P. and 
d. Dec. 11, 1826, having had issue three sons and two daughters. Her ladyship d. in 1858. 



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277 




KINNOULL, EARL OF. (HAT.) Sits as BARON HAY. 

GEORGE HAY, llth Earl. Born July 
16th, 1827; succeeded his father in 1866; 
educated at the Royal Military College, 
Sandhurst ; entered the 1st Life Guards, 
1844, became Lieut. 1848, and Capt. 
1851, retired 1856; is a Magistrate for 
Perthshire: married (1848) Lady Emily 
Blanche Charlotte Somerset, 3rd daughter 
of the 7th Duke of Beaufort, K.G. and 
has issue, living, 

Sows, George Robert, Viscount Dupplin, b. 184Q ; 
Renew your courage. educated at Eton ; entered the 1st Life Guards 

as Cornet and Sub- Lieut. 1867; became Lieut. 

1868, and retired 1871 : m. 1871, Lady Agnes Cecil Emmeline, daughter of 5th the Earl of 
Fife. Clubs, Carlton, White's, Marlborough. 

Francis George, b. 1853. Archibald Fitzroy George, b. 1855. Alistair George, b. 1861. 
Claude George, d. 1862. 

Daughters, Constance Blanche Louisa, b. 1851. Muriel Henrietta Constance, b. 1863. 
Brothers living, Arthur-DRUMMOND, A. 1833, m. 1855. Charles Rowley, 6.1836, m. 1858. 

Sisters living, Louisa, b. 1825, m. 1843, Sir Thomas Moncrieffe, 7th Bart. Frances, 
A. 1830, m. 1852, (Lloyd). Elizabeth, 6.1834, m. 1856, Sir F.Arthur, 2nd Bart. 
Augusta Sophia, b. 183/, m. 1856, the Hon. John Fiennes Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, 
eldest son of the 13th Baron Saye and Sele. 

Creations, Baron Hay of Kinfauns and Viscount Dupplin, 1627, Earl of Kinnoull, 
Viscount, and Baron, 1 633, Viscount again, 1697, Earl, renewed, 1704, all in the peerage of 
Scotland. Baron Hay of Pedwardine, in the peerage of Great Britain, 1711. 

&mg, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, grand quarters, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, an 
unicorn saliant, argent, armed, maned, and unguled, or, within a borduie of the last, 
charged with eight half thistles, vert, joined palewise to as many half roses, gules, being 
a coat of augmentation ; and 2nd and 3rd, argent, three escutcheons, two and one, gules, 
Hay ; 2nd grand quarter, or, three bars, wavy, Drummond; 3rd grand quarter, or, a lion's 
head, erased, within a double tressure, flory counterflory, gules, a coat of augmentation, 
Drummond. Crest, A demi-man, couped at the knees, habited in a peasant's habit, of 
a gray or russet colour, and bearing on his right shoulder an ox yoke, j&upportrr^ Two 
men dressed in peasants' habits, of a gray or russet colour, the dexter holding- over bis 
shoulder the coulter, and the sinister, the paddle, of a plough, proper. 

Seats, Dupplin- castle, Perth ; and Balhousie-castle, Perth. 
Town Residence, il, Wilton-crescent, S.W. 
Clubs, Carlton, White's, Marlborough. 

KINNOULL, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas 
Robert, 10th Earl. He was b. April 5, 1785 ; succeeded his father, 1805 ; was Lord Lieut, of 
Perthshire, and Lord Lyon King at Arms of Scotland : m. 1824, Louisa Burton, 2nd 
daughter, of Admiral Sir Charles Rowley, G.C.B. 1st Bart, and d. Feb. 18, 1866, having 
h ad issue four sons and five daughters. 

KINNOULL, Dowager Countess of, LOUISA BURTON, 2nd daughter of 
Admiral Sir Charles Rowley, G.C.B. 1st Bart. m. 1824, the 10th Earl of 
Kinnoull, who d. 1866. 
Residence, 41, Wilton-crescent, S.W. 



Kinrard, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Richmond. 




278 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



KINTORE, EARL OF. (KEITH-FALCONER.) Sits as BARON. 

What was lost is safe.* FRANCIS ALEXANDER KEITH-FALCONER, 

9th Earl; Lord Lieut, of Aberdeenshire 
and formerly of Kincardineshire. Born 
June 7th, 1828 ; succeeded his father in 
1844 : married (1851) his cousin, Louisa 
Madalcine, 2nd daughter of Francis Haw- 
kins, Esq. and has issue, living, 

Sows, Algernon Hawkins Thomond, Lord Inve- 
rurie, 6. 1852; educated at Eton and at Trinity 
Coll., Camb., (B.A. 1874) ; appointed Lieut, in 
the Royal Aherdeenshire Highlanders, 1871, and 
became Capt. 1873: is a Dep. -Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Aberdeenshire, and Kincardin- 
Live that thou mayest live. shire : m. 1873, Lady Sydney Charlotte Montagu, 

daughter of the tit'h Duke of Manchester, and 

has issue two daughters, Ethel Sydney, 1. 1874 ; Hilda, b. 1875. Residence, Inglismaldie, 
Lurencekirk, N.B. Clubs, C&rlton, Junior Naval and Military. 
Ion Grant Neville, b. 1856. Arthur, b. 1863. 

Daughters, Madaleine Dora, b. 1858. Blanche Catherine, b. 1859. Maude, b. 1869. 
Brother living, Charles James, b. 1832, m. 1857. 

Creations, Baron Falconer of Halkertown, 1 647, 'Baron Keith of Inverurie, and Earl of 
Kintore, 1677, all in the peerage of Scotland. Baron Kintore, in the peerage of the 
United Kingdom, 1838. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, azure, an eagle displayed argent, crowned with a 
ducal crown or, and charged with a man's heart gules, between three mullets argent, 
Falconer ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly, 1st and 4th, gules, a sceptre and sword in saltire, with an 
imperial erown in chief, within an orle of eight thistles, all or ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, on a 
chief, gules, three pallets or, Keith. Crest, 1st, a demi woman richly attired, holding 
in the dexter hand a garland of laurel proper; 2nd, an angel praying between two sprigs of 
laurel. Supporters, On either su'e a man in complete armour holding in his exterior 
hand a pike all proper. 

Seats, Keith-hall, Aberdeenshire ; Inglismaldie, Kincardineshire. 

Town Residence, 31, Half Moon Street, W. Clubs, Devonshire, National. 

KINTQUE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Anthony 
Adrian, 8th Earl of Kintore, b. April 20, 1794 ; succeeded his father, Oct. 6, 1812 ; m. 1st, June 
14, 1817, Juliet, daughter of Robert Reniiy, Esq. of Barrowfield. (she d. 1819), without, 
issue; his lordship m. 2ndly, Aug. 27, 1821, Louisa, daughter of F Hawkins, Esq. (she 
. 1841) ; and d. July 11, 1844, having issue three sons and a daughter. 

Kintyre, Marquess of, title borne by the Duke of Argyll. 

Kirkaldie. Viscount, son of the Earl of Leven and Melville, (see 
Leven and Melville.) 

Kirkwall, Viscount, son of the Earl of Orkney, (see Orkney.) 
Knapton, Baron, title borne by Viscount De Vesci. 
Knox, family name of the Earl of Ranfurly. 

Kynnaird, Viscount, son of the Countess of Newburgh. (see Nevr- 
burgh.) 

* This motto alludes to the regalia of Scotland, which was preserved from falling into 
the hands of Cromwell by the mother of the 1st Earl of Kintore. 



DEBBETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



2/9 



Labouchere, surname of Baroness Taunton. 



LAKE, Viscountess, ELIZABETH, daughter of James Beveridge Duncan, 
Esq. m. 1815, the 3rd Viscount Lake, who d. 1848, when his title became 
extinct. 
Residence, 



Lambart, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Cavan. 

,, family name of the Earl of Cavan. 
Lambton, Viscount, son of the Earl of Durham, (see Durham.) 

family name of the Earl of Durham. 

Lanark, Earl of, title borne by the Duke of Hamilton. 
Lane-Fox, family name of Baron Conyers. 



LANERTON, BARON. (HOWARD.) 




I am willing, but not able. 



EDWARD GRANVILLE GEORGE HOWARD, 
1st Baron, 2nd surviving son of George 
K.G., 6th Earl of Carlisle. Born Dec. 
23rd, 1809. Entered the Royal Navy 
1823, became Lieut. 1829, Commander 
1833, Capt. 1838, Rear-Admiral 1858, 
Vice-Admiral on Retired List 1865, and 
Admiral 1870. Is a Dep. Lieut, and a 
Magistrate for Derbyshire. Sat as M.P. 
for Morpeth (L.) 184852. Is heir pre- 
sumptive to his brother, the 8th Earl of 
Carlisle: married (1842) Diana, daughter 
of the Hon. George Ponsonby. 



Brothers living, Rev. William George, 8th Earl of Carlisle Charles Wentworth George, 
M.P., t>. 1814, m. 142. Henry George, b. 1818, m. 1855. 

Sisters living, Caroline Georgiana, b. 1803, m. 1823, (Lascelles). Elizabeth Anne 
Georgiana Dorothea, b. 1816, m. 1840, (Grey). Mary Matilda Georgiana, b. 1823, 
m. 1852, the 1st Baron Taunton. 

Creation, Baron Lannerton of Naworth, in the county of Cumberland, in the peerage 
of the United Kingdom, 1873. 

9rms, 1st, gules, on a bend between six cross crosslets fitche argent, an escutcheon 
or, charged with a demi-lion rampant, pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within 
a double treasure flory counterflory of the first; above the escutcheon a mullet sable, fot 




280 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



difference, Howard; 2nd, gules, three lions passant guardant in pale or, in chief a label 
of three points, argent, Brotherton; 3rd, cheeky, or and azure, Warren; 4th, gules, a lion 
rampant argent, armed and langued aznre, Mowbray ; 5th, gules, three escallops, argent, 
Dacre ; 6th, barry of eight, argent and azure, over all three chaplets gules, Greystock. 
Crest, On a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a lion statant guardant, the tail extended 
or, ducally gorged argent, a mullet sable for difference. Supporters, Dexter, a lion argent, 
charged on the shoulder with a mullet sable; sinister, a bull gules, armed, ducally gorged, 
and line reflected over the back or, both charged on the body with a crescent gold. 

Seat, Castle Howard, Malton, Yorkshire. 



LANESBOROUGH, EARL OF. (BUTLER.) 

JOHN VANSITTART DANVERS BUTLER, 
6th Earl, in the peerage of Ireland, a 
Representative Peer of Ireland, son of the 
Hon. Charles A. Butler, H.E.I.C.S. who 
was half-brother of the 5th Earl. Born 
April 18th, 1839 ; succeeded his uncle in 
1866; was educated at Rugby; entered 
the Royal Navy, 1853, became Lieut. I860, 
and Commander, 1866 ; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
(co.) Fermanagh : married (1864) Anne 
Elizabeth, only child and heir of the late 

Liberty entire. Bev - J< D - Clark ' of Belford-hall, North- 

umberland, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Charles John Brinsley, Lord Newtown-Butler, b. 1865. Henry Cavendish, b. 1868. 
Francis Almerie, b. 1872. 

Brother living* Charles Henry, b. 1844. 

Sisters living,* Fanny Georgiana, b. 1840, m. 1866, (Fitz-Wy gram) .Emily Rosa, b. 1845, 
m. 1869, (Davy). Harriet Eliza, b. 1847. 

Creations, Baron Newtown-Butler, 1715, Viscount Lanesborough, 1728, Earl of 
Lanesborough, 1756, all in the peerage of Ireland. 

arms, Argent : three covered cups between two bendlets engrailed, sable. Crest, A 
demi-cockatrice couped vert, combed, beaked, wattled, and ducally gorged or, wings 
elevated, argent. Supporters, Dexter t a cockatrice, vert, wngsi elevated, argent, ducally 
gorged, or, comb, beak, and wattles, also gold} sinister, a wyvern, vert, plain collared 
and chained, or. 

Seats, Lanesborough-lodge, Belturbet, (co.) Cavan, Ireland ; Swithland-hall, Lough- 
borough, Leicestershire. 

Town Residence, 8, Great Stanhope-street, W. Club, Carlton. 



LANESBOROUGH, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his uncle, 
George John Danvers Butler- Danvers, 5th Earl of Lanesborough. He was b. Dec. 6, 1794, 
and succeeded his cousin in 1847 ; was a Representative Peer for Ireland : m. 1st, 1815, Fran- 
ces Arabella, 3rd daughter of Colonel Stephen Francis William Fremantle, (she d. 1850) ; 
Sndly, 1851, Frederica Emma, youngest daughter of Charles Bishop, Esq. and widow of 
Sir Richard Hunter ; and d. July 7, 1866, without issue from either marriage. 

* Raised to the rank and precedence of Earls' children, Oct. 1866. 



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281 



LANGFORD, BARON. (ROWLEY.) 

HERCULES EDWARD ROWLEY, 4th Baron , 
in the peerage of Ireland. Born June 1st, 
1848 ; succeeded his father in 1854 ; was 
educated at Eton ; appointed Ensign and 
Lieut. Grenadier Guards 1867, and^Lieut. 
and Capt. 1870. 

Brothers living, William Chambre, heir presump- 
tive, b. 1849 ; was educated at Eton ; entered 
the Royal Artillery, 1869. Randolfe Thomas, 
b. 1852. 
Sister living, Catherine Frances, b. 1847. 

Creation, Baron Langford, of Summerhill 
in the peerage of Ireland, 1800. 

Srnxs, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, argent, on a bend, plain cottised, gules, three mullets, or' 
Rowley; 2nd and 3rd, ermine, on a chief, gules, a fleur-de-lis, between two boars' heads 
couped and erect, or, Taylor. Crest, A wolf's head erased, argent, collared, or. 
Supporters, Desctt-r, a figure of Minerva, armed and vested, proper, with a spear in the 
right hand ; sinister, a female figure representing Temperance, vested, proper, and holding 
a bridle in her left hand. 

Seat, Summerhill-house, Summerhill, (co.) Meath, Ireland. 

Clubs, Carlton, Guards' . 

LANGFOED, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Clot- 
worthy Wellington William Robert, 3rd Baron Langford. He was b. July 24, 1825, and 
succeeded his father, June 3, 1838 : m. July 28, 1846, Louisa Augusta, daughter of the late 
Col. E. M. Conolly, of Castletown, (she d. 1853) : and d. July 19, 1854, having had issue 
three sons and a daughter. 





LANSDOWNE, MARQUESS OF. (FITZMAURICE.) 

HENRY CHARLES KEITH FITZMAURTCE, 
5th Marquess. Born Jan. 14th, 1845 ; 
succeeded his father in 1 866 ; was educated 
at Eton, and at Balliol College, Oxford; 
was a Commissioner of the Exchequer 
of Great Britain, and of the Treasury 
of Ireland, 1868 72, when he was ap- 
pointed Under Secretary of State for 
War ; was sometime Capt. in the Royal 
Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry : married (1869) 
Lady Maud Evelyn Hamilton, youngest 
daughter of the 1st Duke of Aber- 
corn, K.G., and has issue, living, 

Sens, Henry William Edmund, Earl of Kerry, b. 1872. Charles George Francis, b. 1874. 

Daughter, Evelyn Emily Mary. b. 1870. 

Brother lining, Edmond George, M.P., b. 1846. 

Sister living, Emily Louisa Anne, b. 1855. 

Patron of two livings, Britwell Salome, R. Oxfordshire. Calstone, R. Wiltshire. 

Creations, Baron Kerry and Lixnaw, 1181, Earl of Kerry and Viscount Clan- 
maurice, IJ'22, Viscount Fitzmaurice and Baron Dunkerron, 1/51, Earl of Shelburne, 
1723, all in the peerage of Ireland; Baron Wycombe of Chipping- Wycombe, Bucks, 1760, 
Earl of Wycombe, and Viscount Calne and Calnstone, 1784, Marquess of Lansdowne, 
in the county of Somerset, 1784, all in the peerage of Great Britain. 



By courage, not words. 



282 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 

arms, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, ermine, on a bend, azure, a magnetic needle, pointing 
to the polar star, or, Petty; 2nd and 3rd, argent, a saltire, gules, and a chief, ermine, 
Fitzmuurice. (Crests, 1st, a bee-hive beset with bees, volante, all proper, Petty; 2nd, a 
sagittary, passant, proper, Fitzmaurice. Supporters Two pegasi, ermine, winged, bridled, 
and unguled, or, and each charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lis, gules. 

Seats, Bowood-park, Came ; Derreen, Kenmare, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 54, Berkeley-square, W. Clubs, White's. Brooks's, Travellers'. 

LANSDOWNE, Marquess of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, 
Henry Petty- Fitzmaurice, K.G., 4th Marquess of Lansdowne. He was bom Jan. 5th, 1816; 
succeeded his father, Jan. 31st, 1863 ; was educated at Westminster; was M.P. for Calne, 
184756, and Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, 18568: m. Aus,'. 18, 1840, Lady 
Georgiana Herbert, 5th daughter of the llth Earl of Pembroke, (she d. 1841, without 
issue) ; 2ndly, Nov. 1, 1843, the Hon. Emily Jane Elphinstone Flahault, eldest daughter of 
the Baroness Keith and Nairne, and d. July 5, 1866, having had issue two sons and a 
daughter. 

LANSDOWNE, Dowager Marchioness of, see BARONESS NAIRNE. 

Lascelles, Viscount, son of the Earl of Harewood. (see Harewood) . 

,, family name of the Earl of Harewood. 

Latimer, Baron, title borne by the Duke of Athole. 

,, Viscount, Duke of Leeds. 



LATJDERDALE, EARL OF. (MAITLAND.) 

THOMAS MAITLAND, G.C.B. llth Earl, 
in the peerage of Scotland, a Knight, a 
Baronet, a Representative Peer of Scot- 
land, and Hereditary Standard Bearer of 
Scotland, son of Gen. the Hon. William 
Mordaunt Maitland, 5th son of Jamejs, 7th 
Eari. Born 3rd Feb. 1803 ; succeeded his 
cousin 1863 ; entered the Royal Navy, 
1816; became Lieut. 1823, Commander, 
1827, Capt. 1837, Rear- Admiral, 1857, 
Vice- Admiral, 1863, and Admiral, 1868; 

placed on retired list, 1873 ; commanded 
By wisdom and courage. ^ M g M ^^ ^ ^ cQast Qf ^^ 

during the Civil "War, 18367, and for his services received the Order of 
Charles III. of Spain; was for 30 years on active sea service, and was 
knighted in 1843 for his services on the coasts of India and China, and in 
1873 created a G.C.B. ; commanded the Pacific Squadron, 1860 3; was 
Principal Naval Aide-de-Camp to the Queen, 1866 73 ; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Berwickshire : married (1828) Amelia, daughter of the late W. Young, Esq. 
of Rio de Janeiro, and has issue, living, 
Daughter, Mary Jane, b. 1847, m, 1867, Lord Brabazon, eldest son of the Earl of Meath^ 

Heir presumptive, Charles Maitland, Esq., b. 1822, son of the Rev. Charles Maitland, 
who was grandson of the Hon, Charles Maitland, brother of James, the 7th Earl. 
Club, Conservative. 




DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



283 



Creations, Baron Maitland, 1590, Viscount Lauderdale, 1616, Earl of Lauderdale, 
Viscount Maitland, and Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun, 1624, all in the peerage of Scotland- 
A liaronet, 1672. 

grins, Or : a lion rampant, gules, couped at all joints of the field, within a double 
tressure flory counterflory of the second. Cregt, A lion sejant, full faced, gules, crowned 
with an open imperial crown, and holding in the dexter paw a sword, proper, pommel 
and hilt, gold, and in the sinister a fleur-de-lis, azure ; being, with the difference of the 
fleur-de-lis, instead of a sceptre in the sinister paw, the royal crest of Scotland, granted 
by King Charles II. to John duke of Lauderdale. Supporters, Two eagles, wings inverted 
proper. 

Sea t,^- Thirlestane Castle, Lauder, Berwickshire. 

Town Residence, 83, Lancaster- gate, W. Clubs, Caxlton, United Service. 

LATJDEEDALE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his cousin, 
Anthony, G.C.B. K.C.M.G. 10th Earl of Lauderdale, b. June 10, 1785 ; succeeded his brother, 
Aug. 22, I860 ; he was an Admiral of the Red, and d. unmarried, March 22, 1863. In cou- 
sequence of his lordship dying without issue, the English Barony became extinct. 



Law (Towry-Law), family name of Baron Ellenborough. 

Lawless, Baron Cloncurry. 

Lawley, Baron Wenlock. 



LAWRENCE, BARON. (LAWRENCE.) 

JOHN LAIRD MAIR LAWRENCE, G.C.S.I. 
G.C.B., P.C., D.C.L., LL.D., 1st Baron, 
and a Bart, son of Col. Alexander William 
Lawrence, Governor of Upnor Castle, by 
Catherine Letitia, daughter of the Rev. Geo. 
Knox. Born 1811 ; was educated at Foyle 
College, and at Haileybury; entered the 
Bengal Civil Service, 1828 ; was Assistant 
to the Chief Commissioner of Delhi, 
1831 6, Magistrate and Collector at 
Delhi, 183646, Commissioner of the 
Seconder Daab, 1846, Member of the 
Board of Administration for the Punjaub, 

1849 52, Chief Commissioner, 18528, the first Lieut. -Governor of the 
province, 18589, and Viceroy of India, 18648. Made a K.C.B. 1856, 
and a G.C.B. 1857 ; received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 1859 ; 
appointed a Member of the Council of India, 1858; created Hon. D.C.L. 
of Oxford, and Hon. LL.D. of Cambridge, and of Dublin, 1859; was 
Chairman of the London School Board 1870 3 : married (1841) Harriet 
Catherine, daughter of the Rev. Richard Hamilton, and has issue, living,- 




Sons, John Hamilton, b. 1846; educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A. 
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1872; is Lieut, in the Herts Yeomanry Cavalry: 
m. 1872, Mary Caroline Douglas, only child of the late Richard Campbell, Esq. of 
Auchinhrock and Glencarradie, Argyllshire, N.B., and has issue living, a daughter, 
Anna Douglas, b. 18/5. Residence, 34, Beaufort Gardens, S.W. 
Henry Arnold, b, 1848. Charles Na,pier, 6. 1854, Herbert Alexander, b. 1861. 



284 



DE BRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



Daughters, Katherine Letitia, b. 1843, m. 1868, (Randall). Harriet Emily, b. 1844. Alice 
Margaret, b. 1849, m. 1870 ( Waif ord) .Mary Emma, b. 1852, m. 1872 (Buxtou). Maude 
Agnes, b. 1864. 

Brothers living, Sir George St. Patrick, K.C.S.I., C.B., b. 1805 ; was educated at Foyle Col- 
lege, Londonderry, and at Addiscombe; entered the Bengal Light Cavalry as Cornet 1821. 
Served with the Army of the Indus 1839 41, at the capture of Guznee, 1839, as a 
volunteer in pursuit of Dost Mahomed, 1839, and the forcing of the Khoord Cabul 
Pass, 1841 ; was taken prisoner at the murder of Sir H. W. Macnaughten, 1841. In the 
Cabul Retreat was made over as hostage to Akbar Khan from Jan. to Sept. 1842, and 
was a prisoner with the Sikhs, 1848 9; held several military and civil appointments 
1847 58; became a Major-Gen. Bengal Staff Corps, 186l, and retired as Lieut. -Gen. 
1867. Created a C.B. i860, and a K.C.S.I. 1866 : m, 1830, Charlotte Isabella, daughter of 
Dr. John Brown, Surgeon-Gen. Bengal. Residence, -20, Kensington-park-gardens, W. 
Clubs, United Service, Oriental. 

Richard Charles, C.B. 6.1817; is Col. in the Army, served on the Bengal Staff Corps, 
and is the Gov.- General's Dep. Commissioner in Simla : m. 1839, Ellen, daughter of Lieut. - 
Col. William Youngson, E.I.S. Residence, Simla. 

Sisters living, Honoria, b. 1807, m. 1831, Col. Burton, of the Bengal Cavalry. Mary Anne. 
b. 1812, m. 18, Dr. Bernard. Charlotte Frances,*. 1814. Marcia Eliza, b. 1815, m. Dr, 
A. Goodall. 

Creation, Baron Lawrence of the Punjaub, and of Grately, in the county of South- 
ampton, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1869. A Baronet, 1858. 



, Ermine : a cross, raguly, gules ; on a chief, azure, two swords in saltire, 
proper, pommels and hilts, gold, between as many leopards' heads, argent. (Crest, Out of 
an Eastern crown, or, a cubit arm entwined by a wreath of laurel and holding a dagger, 
all proper. Supporters, Dexter, an officer of the Guide Cavalry (Irregulars), of the 
Pathan tribe, in the province of Peshawur, habited and accoutred, proper ; sinister, an 
officer of the Sikh Irregular Cavalry, also habited and accoutred, proper. 

Residence, 26, Queen's-gate, W. 
Club, Athenaeum. 



LECONFIELD, BARON. (WYNDHAM.) 

HENRY WYNDHAM, 2nd Baron. Born 
July 31st, 1830; succeeded his father in 
1869 ; was educated at Eton, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford; appointed Cornet 1st 
Life Guards, 1849, Lieut. 1852, and Capt. 
1855, retired, 1867 ; is a Magistrate for 
Sussex ; was sometime a Lieut, in the 
West Hiding Hussar Yeomanry Cavalry ; 
sat at M.P. for West Sussex (C.) 1854 
69: married (1867) Lady Constance 
Evelyn Primrose, 2nd daughter of the late 
Lord Dalmeny, and sister of the Earl of 
Rosebery, and has issue, living, 

To the just, right. Sons, George O'Brien, b. 1868. Charles Henry, 

b. 1872. 

Daughters, Mary Caroline, b. 1870. Another, b. 1874. 
Brother living, Percy Scawen, M.P., b. 1835, m. I860. 

Sisters living, Fanny Charlotte, b. 1820, m. 1842, (Montgomery) .Helen Caroline Eliza- 
beth, b. 1823. Blanche Julia, b. 1826, m. 1848, the 6th Earl of Mayo. Constance 
Elizabeth, b. 1835, TO. 1859, (Mure). 

Patron of twenty -three livings, Spofforth, R. Wressell, V. Catton, R. Seamer, V. 
Kirkby Overblows, R. Leconfleld, R. Wilberfoss, R. Yorkshire. Iping, R. West Grin- 
stead, R. Duncton, R. Kingston-by-Sea, R Coombe, R. Sutton, R. North Stoke, V. 




DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 285 



Lurgashall, R. Petworth, R. Pulborough, R. Northchapel, R. Up Waltham, R. 
Tillington, R. Bignor, R. Kirdford, R. Sussex. Egremont. R. Cumberland. 

Creation, Baron Leconfield of Leconfield, in the East Riding of the county of York, 
in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1859. 



, Azure: a chevron, between three lions' heads erased, or, within a bordure 
wavy, of the last. Crest, A lion's head erased, or, within a fetterlock, the lock gold, and 
the bow countercomponee, or and azure; the head charged with a saltire wavy, gules. 
Supporters, Dexter, a lion, azure, wings inverted, and plain collared, or; sinister, a griffin, 
argent, gutte de sang, plain collared, gules. 

Seats, Petworth, Sussex; Drove-house, Chichester, Sussex; East-lodge, Brighton; 
Cockermouth-castle, Cumberland. 

Clubs Carlton, White's. 

LEGONFIELD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, George, 
1st Baron Leconfleld, natural son of George O'Brien Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont 
(title extinct). He was b. June 5, 1/87; was a Col. in the Army, and was raised 
to the peerage in 1859 ; m. April 25, 1815, Mary Fanny, only daughter of the Rev. 
William Blunt, of Crabbett, Sussex, (she d. 1863) ; and d. March 8, 1869, having had 
issue three sons and six daughters. 



LE DESPENCER, BARONESS. (BOSCAWEN.) 

MARY FRANCES ELIZABETH BOSCAWEN, 
Baroness Le Despencer, daughter of the 
Hon. Thomas Stapleton, (who died 1829), 
eldest son of the 22nd Baron Le De- 
spencer. Born March 24th, 1822 ; suc- 
ceeded to the title on the death of her 
grandfather, the 22nd Baron, in 1831: 
married (1845) Evelyn, 6th Viscount Fal- 
mouth. 

For issue, see Viscount Falmouth. 

Patroness of two livings, Mereworth, R. and 
Tudeley,V. Kent. 

Creation, Baron le Despencer, by writ, dated 
24th Dec. 1264, in the peerage of England, con- 
firmed 1604. 




,i r Hr- 1St ' ar ent ' a lion rampant, sable, Stapleton; 2nd, azure, three 
Sd P A} r '/; U 3rd ' S ^ es ' * ^tire, argent, a rose of the field, barbed and 
seeded, proper, Neville; 4th, quarterly, argent and gules, in the 2nd and 3rd quarters, 
a frette or ; over all a bend, sable, Despmcer. Supporters* ,-Dexter, a griffin, wings elevated 
or, collared, and line reflexed over the back, sable, the collar charged with three escallops, 

" r 



For Residences, see Viscount Falmouth. 



LE DESPENCER, Baroness, Her ladyship's predecessor was her grand- 
father, Sir Thomas Stapleton, Bart, who inherited the Barony, 1788, it having been in 
abeyance since the death of Sir Francis Dashwood: m. 1791, Elizabeth, daughter of 
Samuel Eliot, Esq. of Antigua, (she d. 1848} ; and d. in 1831, having issue four sons and 
six daughters. 

Lee, (Dillon -Lee), family name of Viscount Dillon. 



286 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 



LEEDS, DUKE OF. (OSBORNE.) 




Peace in war. 



GEORGE GODOLPIIIN OSBORNE, 9th 
Duke, a Baronet, and a Prince of the 
Holy Roman Empire. Born Aug. llth, 
1828; succeeded his father 1872. Was 
Capt. of the North York Militia Rifles 
1852 9, and was reappointed 1861. 
Is a Dep. Lieut, for Cambridgeshire : 
married (1861) the Hon. Fanny Geor- 
giana Pitt, a Lady of the Bedchamber to 
the Princess of Wales, and daughter of 
the 4th Baron Rivers^ and has issue, 
living, 



Sows, George Godolphin, Marquess of Carmar- 
then, b. 1862. Francis Granville Godolphin, &.1864. Albert Edward Godolphin, b. 1866. 

Daughters, Harriet Castalia Godolphin, b. 1867 Alice Susan Godolphin, b. 1869. 
Ada Charlotte Godolphin, b. 1870. Alexandra Louisa Godolphin, b. 1872. Constance 
Blanche Godolphin, b. 1875, 

Brothers living Rev. Francis George Godolphin, (twin with Lady Susan), b. 1830, m. 1854. 
D'Arcy Godolphin, b. 1834. William Godolphin, b. 1835, m. 1859; 

Sisters living, Susan Georgiana Godolphin (twin with the Rev. Lord Francis), b. 1830, 
TO. 1864, (Milbanke) . Emma Godolphin, b. 1837. Charlotte Godolphin, b. 1838. Blanche 
Godolphin, b. 1842, TO. 1869, (Morris.; 



Patron of five livings, Harthill, R. Aston, R. Yorkshire. Stoke Pogis, V. 
inghamshire. Abernant, V. Carmarthenshire. And with others, St. Hilary, Cornwall. 

Creations, Baron Osborne of Kiveton, and Viscount Latimer, 16/3, Earl of Danby, 
1674, Viscount Osborne, of Dunblane, in Scotland, 16/3, Marquess of Carmarthen, 
1689, Duke of Leeds, 1694, Baron Godolphin of Farnham Royal, 1832, all in the 
peerage of England, Viscount Dunblane, of Dunblane, in the peerage of Scotland, 1675. 
A Baronet, 1620. 

String, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, quarterly, ermine and azure, a cross, or, Osborne ; 2nd 
and 3rd, gules, an eagle with two heads, displayed, between three fleurs-de-lis, two and 
one, argent, Godolphin. (Crests, 1st, an heraldic tiger statant, or, tufted, sable, Osborne: 
2nd, a dolphin embowed, sable, Godolphin. Supporters, Dexter, a griffin, or, ducallj 
gorged, azure \ sinister, an heraldic tiger, argent, ducally gorged, azure. 

Seats, Gogmagog Hills, Cambridge; Elomby Castle, Bedale, Yorkshire. 



LEEDS, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father George 
Godolphin, 8th Duke of Leeds. He was b. July 16, 1832. arid succeeded his father as 2nd 
Baron Godolphin 1850, and his cousin as 8th Duke of Leeds 1859 : m. 1824, Miss Harriet 
Arundel Stewart, who d. 1852. He d. 1872, leaving issue four sons and four daughters. 



Leeson, family name of the Earl of Milltown. 

Lefevre, (Shaw-Lefevre), family name of Viscount Eversley. 

Legge. family name of the Earl of Dartmouth. 



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He is prudent who is patient. 



LEICESTER, EARL OF. (COKE.) 

THOMAS WILLIAM COKE, K.G., 2nd 
Earl, Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum 
of Norfolk. Born Dec. 26th, 1822; was 
educated at Eton ; succeeded his father in 
1842 ; appointed a Member of the Council 
of the Prince cf Wales, and Keeper of the 
Privy Seal 1866 : married 1st (1843) Ju- 
liana, who died 1870, eldest daughter 
of Samuel Charles Whitbread, Esq., of 
Ampthill, Bedfordshire, and has issue, 
living, 

Sonx, Thomas William, Viscount Coke, b. 1848 ; 
educated at Harrow ; appointed Ensign and 
Lieut. Scots Fusilier Guards 1868, and Lieut, 
and Capt. 1871. Wenman, b. 1855. 

Daughters, Julia, b. 1844, m. 1864, the 7th Viscount Powerscourt. Anne, *. 1845, 
m. 1874, (Duller). Gertrude, b. 1847, m. 1866, the 7th Earl of Dunmore. Mary, b. 184Q. 
Winifred, b. 1851, m. 1873, (Clements). Margaret, b. 1852, m. 1874, (Strutt, eldest son 
of Baron Helper). Mildred, b. 1854. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1875), the Hon. Georgiana Cavendish, eldest 
daughter of the 2nd Baron Chesham. 

Brothers living, Edward Keppel Wentworth, b. 1824, m. 1851. Henry John, b. 1827, 
m. 1861. Wenman Clarence Walpole, b. 1828. 

Patron of nine livings, Billingford, R. Castle Acre, V. Waterden, R. Flitcham, V. 
Holkham, V. Kempston, V. TittleshaU, R. Warham St. Mary, and Warham All Saints, R. 
Norfolk. 

Creation, Earl of Leicester and Viscount Coke, in the peerage of the United King- 
dom, 1837. 

Srms, Per pale, gules and azure : three eagles displayed, argent, (frest, On a cha- 
peau, azure, turned up ermine, an ostrich, argent, holding in its mouth a horse-shoe. 
S-upportcrs, On either side an ostrich, argent, that on the dexter gorged with a ducal co- 
ronet, per pale, gules and azure, line reflexecl over the back of the first ; that on the 
sinister gorged with a like coronet, per pale, azure and gules, and line reflexed over the 
back, azure. 

Seat, Holkham, Norfolk. Town Residence, ig, Grosvenor- square, W. 

LEICESTER, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas 
William Coke, Esq. 1st Earl of Leicester, b. May 6, 1754; he was, in 1837, raised to the 
peerage as Viscount Coke and Earl of Leicester; m. 1st, Oct. 5, 1775, Jane, daughter 
of James L. Dutton, Esq. and sister to the 1st Baron Sherborne, (she d. 1800)* having 
issue, three (laughters ; his lordship m. 2ndly, Feb. 26, 1822, Anne, daughter of the 4th 
Earl of Albemarle ; and d. June 30, 1842, having issue by second marriage, five sons 
and a daughter. Her ladyship d. in 1844, having remarried in 1843, the late Right Hon. E. 
Ellice, M.P. 

LEIGH, BARON. (LEIGH.) 

WILLIAM HENRY LEIGH, LL.D., 2nd 
Baron, Lord Lieut, and Gustos Rotulorum 
of Warwickshire. Born Jan. 17th, 1824; 
succeeded his father in 1850; was edu- 
cated at Harrow, and at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, (Hon. LL.D. 1864) ; is High 
Steward of Sutton Coldfield, Warwick- 
shire, a Trustee and a Member of the 
Governing Body of Rugby School, and 
a Magistrate for Gloucestershire ; was 
Captain of the Warwickshire Yeomanry 

All comes from God. CaVa1 ^' 1852 - 6 ' h&S be(m H n ' Co1 ' f 




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the 1st Warwickshire Militia since 1865: married (1848) Lady Caroline 
Amelia Grosvenor, 5th daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Westminster, K.G., 
and has issue, living, 

Svns, Gilbert Henry Chandos, b. 1851 ; educated at Harrow, and at Magdalene College, 
Cambridge (B.A. 1874.) Francis Dudley, b. 1855. Rupert, b. 1856. Rowland Charles 
Frederick, b. 1859. 



crs, Margaret Elizabeth, *. 1849, m. 18/2, the /th Earl of Jersey. Agnes Eleanor, 
' b. 1853. Mary Cordelia Emily, 6. 1866. 

Brothers living, Edward Chandos, b. 1832, m. 1871. The Rev. James Wentworth, b. 1838, 
(twin with Sophia), m. 1871. 

Sisters living, Julia Anna Eliza, i. 1820, m. 1842, (Adderley) . Emma Margarette, b. 1822. 
Caroline, 6. 1825, m. 1857, the 13th Baron Saye and Sele. Augusta, b. 1825, twin 
with Caroline. Mary, b. 1826, m. 1848, (Cholmondeley). Louisa Georgiana, b. 1829, 
m. 1870 (Newdigate). Sophia, (twin with the Rev. James) m. 1861, (Levesoii-Gower.) 

Patron of ten livings, Ashow, R. Maxstoke, V. Stoneleigh, V. Westwood. V. Whit- 
nash, R. Wootton Leek, V. Warwickshire. Hamstall Ridware, R. Staffordshire. Broad- 
well, R. with Adlestrop, R. Gloucestershire. With C. N. Newdegate, Esq. M.P. Long 
Itchington, V. Warwickshire. With Sir C. Rushout, Longborough, R. Gloucestershire. 

Creation, Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 1839- 

arm0, Gules : a cross, engrailed, and in the first quarter a lozenge, argent. Cregt, 
An unicorn's head couped, or. Supporters, On either side an unicorn, armed, maned, 
tufted, and unguled, or, gorged with a ducal coronet, gules, pendent therefrom an escut- 
cheon, charged with the arms of Brydges, viz. argent, a cross, sable, thereon a leopard's 
face, or. 

Seats, Stoneleigh -abbey, near Kenilworth, Warwickshire : Adlestrop-house, Chipping 
Norton. Town Residence, 37, Portman- square, W. Club, Brooks's. 

LEIGH, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Chandos, 
1st Baron Leigh, son of James Henry Leigh, Esq. of Stoneleigh-abbey. He was b. June 27, 
1791, and was raised to the peerage in 1839 : m. June 8, 1819, Margarette, daughter of the 
Rev. W. S. Willes, of Astrop-house : and d. Sept. 27, 1850, having had issue three sons 
and seven daughters. Her ladyship d. in I860. 



LEINSTER, DUKE OF. (FITZ-GERALD.) Sits as VISCOUNT. 

CHARLES WILLIAM FITZ-GERALD, 4th 
Duke, and Premier Duke, Marquess, and 
Earl, of Ireland. Born Mar. 30th, 
1819 ; educated at Christ Church, Oxford 
(B.A. 1840) ; is Hon. Col. Kildare Militia 
(1872), Chancellor of the Queen's Uni- 
versity (1870), a Visitor to the Queen's 
Colleges (1870), a Commissioner of Na- 
tional Education in Ireland (1841). Sat 
as M.P. for Kildare 184752 ; was called 
to the House of Lords as Baron Kildare 
Crom for ever. 1870: married (1847) Lady Caroline 

Sutherland Leveson-Gower, 3rd daughter 
of the 2nd Duke of Sutherland, and has issue, living, 

Sows, Gerald, Marquess of Kildare, b. 1851 ; is a Dep. Lieut, for Kildaie co.; was some- 
time Capt. Kildare Militia, resigned 1875. Maurice, b. 1852, Frederick, b. 1857. Walter, 
b. 1858. Charles, 6.1859, George, b. 1862. Henry, b. 1863. 
Daughters, Alice, b. 1853, Eva, b. 1855, Mabel, b. 1855, Nesta, b, 1865. 
Brothers living, Gerald, b. 1821, TO. 1862, Otho Augustus, P.C., b. 1827, m, 1861. 
Sister living, Jane Seymour, 4. 1824, m. 1848 (Repton). 




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289 



Creations, Baron of Offaly, co. Kildare, 1205, Earl of Kildare, 1316, Earl of Offaly 
and Marquess of Kildare, 1761, Duke of Leinster, 1766, all in the peerage of Ireland; 
Viscount Leinster of Taplow, Bucks, 1747, Baron Kildare, 1*70, both in the peerage of Great 
Britain. 

&rms, Argent : a saltire gules. (Crest, A monkey statant proper, environed round 
the loins and chained or. Supporter*, Two monkeys proper, environed round the loins 
and chained or. 

Seats, Carton-house, Maynooth, co, Kildare, : Kilkea-castle, Mageney, Ireland. 

Town Residence, 6, Carlton-house-terrace, S.W. 

LEINSTER, Duke of, His Grace's predecessor was his father, Augustus 
Frederick Fitz-Gerald, P.C., 3rd Puke, and Premier Duke, Marquess, and Earl, of Ireland. 
He was A. Aug. 21, 1791, and succeeded his father 1804, was Lord Lieut, and Custos Rotu- 
lornm of Kildare, Grand Master of the Freemasons of Ireland, a Magistrate for cos. Dublin 
and Meath, and Visitor of Maynooth College: m. 1818, Lady Charlotte Augu>ta Stanhope, 
3rd daughter of Charles, 3rd Earl of Harrington, who d. 1859. He d. Oct. 10, 1874, 
leaving issue three sons and one daughter. 



LEITRIM, EARL OF. 




By ancestral virtues. 



(CLEMENTS.) Sits as BARON CLEMENTS. 

WILLIAM SYDNEY CLEMENTS, 3rd Earl. 
Born 1800 ; succeeded his father in 1854 ; 
entered the 51st Foot, and retired as 
Lieut.-Col. 1855; has been Col. in the 
Leitrim Militia since 1843 ; was a Ma- 
gistrate for (cos.) Leitrim, Donegal, and 
Galway, and sat as M.P. for (co.) Leitrim, 
183947. 

Brother lining, Charles Skefflngton, heir pre- 
sumptive, b. 1807 ; was educated at Harrow ; 
entered the Army as Cornet, 1825, and retired 
as Capt. 1838; was an Assistant Irieh Poor Law 
Commissioner, 1838 46, and M.P. for Leitrim, 
184752 ; is a Dep. Lieut, for (co.) Leitrim, and 
a Magistrate for (co.) Donegal. Residence, 44, Grosvenor-street, W. 

Sisters living, Maria, m. 1828, (Keppel). Elizabeth. 

Creations Baron Leitrim of Manor Hamilton, 1783, Viscount Leitrim, 1793, Earl of 
Leitrim, 1795, all in the peerage of Ireland; Baron Clements of Kilmacrenan, in the 
peerage of the United Kingdom, 1831. 

SJrms, Quarterly; 1st and 4th, argent, two bends wavy, sable, on a chief gules 
three bezants. Clements: 2nd and 3rd, per pale, indented, or and gules, Birmingham, 
Crest, A falcon, close, proper, belled, or. Supporter*, -Two stags, proper, the dexter with 
a trefoil slipped, vert, in the mouth ; the sinister plain collared, or. 

Smte, Killadoon, Celbridge, (co.) Kildare, and Manor Hamilton, (co.) Leitrim, 
Ireland. CTwd*, Carlton, United service. 

I.EITEIM, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Nathaniel, 
K.p. 2nd Earl of Leitrim, A.May 9, 1768 ; succeeded his father, July 27, 1804 ; he was Lord 
Lieut, of Leitrim, and Colonel of the Donegal Militia; m. Mary, daughter of the late W. 
Beimingham, Esq. of Ross-hill (she d, 1840); and d. Dec. 31, 1854, ha ving issue five son* 
and three daughters. 

Lennox, Duke of, title borne by the Duke of Richmond. 

(Gordon-Lennox), family name of the Duke of Richmond. 
Le-Poer-Trench, family name of the Earl of Clancarty. 
Leslie, Baroness, title borne by the Countess of Rothes. 



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Leslie, family name of the Countess of Eothes. 
Leslie-Melville, family name of the Earl of Leven and Melville. 




For king and country. 



LEVEN AND MELVILLE, EARL OF. (LESLIE-MELVILLE.) 

JOHN THORNTON LESLIE-MELVILLE, llth 
Earl of Leven and 10th Earl of Melville, 
both in the peerage of Scotland, and a 
Representative Peer of Scotland, son of 
Alexander, 9th Earl of Leven, and 8th 
Earl of Melville. Born Dec. 18th, 1780; 
succeeded his brother, in I860; is a Dep. 
Lieut, of Surrey and Xairnshire : married, 
1st (1812) Harriet, youngest daughter of 
Samuel Thornton, Esq. (this lady died, 
1832), and has issue, living, 

Sun, Alexander, Viscount Kirkaltlie, 3. 1817: educated at Eton, and at Trinity College. 

Cambridge, (M.A. 1839.) } is a Dep. Lieut, of Nairnshire. Residence 7, Caveudish-sq. W. 

Cte*t Carltpn. 
Daughter, Emily Maria, b. 1815, m. 1858, (Williams). Adelaide Harriet, b. 1831. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1834), Sophia, 4th daughter of Henry Thornton, 

Esq. M.P. and has issue, living, 

Sims, Ronald Ruthven, b. 1835. Norman, b. 183Q, m. 186l. 

Daughters, Clara Sophia, b. 1843. Florence Lucy, b. 1848. 

Brother living, Alexander, b. 1800, m. 1825. 

Creations, Baron Melville, 1616, Baron Balgonie and Earl of Leven 1.641, Baron 
Raith, Monymail, and Balwearie, Viscount Kirkaldie and Earl of Melville, 1690, all in the 
peerage of Scotland. 

?!rnts, Quarterly: 1st and 4th, grand quarters, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure, a thistle 
slipped, proper, eiisignel witli a i imperial crown, or, a coa< of augmentation, Lislie . inJ 
and 3rd, argent, on a bend, azure, three buckles, or, Lexlin ; ind and 3rd, grand quarters, 
quarterly, 1st and 4th, gules, three crescents within a boidure, argent, chaigtd with eight 
roses, of the first; -nd and 3rd, argent, a fcs^e, {rules, Ji'lriltc. (Crests, i tt, an arm 
embowed, in armour, the hand grasping a scimitar, all proper, Leslie; 2nd, the head of a 
wratch-hound erased, sable, Melmlle. S'lipporurrn, Two men in complete armour, each 
holding in his exterior hand a tilting spear erect, all proper, and attached to the upper pai* 
of the speaj", the banner of bcutlaud. 

Seats, Roehampton, Surrey ; Glenferness, Forres, N.B. 
Clubs, Carlton, W indham . 

LEVEN AND MELVILLE, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his 

brother, David, 10th Earl of Leven, and Cjth Earl of Melville. He was b. June 22, 1/85, and 
succeeded his lather, Feb. 22, 1820 ; was a Representative Peer of Scotland, and a Rear 
Admiral in the Royal Navy : m. June 21, 18^4, Elizabeth Anne, daughter of Sir Archibald 
Campbell, 2nd Bart, ot Succoth : and d. Oct. 8, I860, having had issue three sons and 
four daughters. Her ladyship d. 1863. 

Levesou, Lord, son of Earl Granville. (see Graiiville.) 
Leveson-Gower, family name of Earl Granville. 

(Sutherland-Leveson-Gower,) family name of the 

Duke of Sutherland. 




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Lewes, Earl of, son of the Marquess of Abergavenny. (see Aber- 
gavenny.) 

Lewisham, Viscount, son of the Earl of Dartmouth, (see Dartmouth.) 
Libberton, Baron, title borne by the Earl of Carnwath. 
LICHFIELD, BISHOP OF, see " Lords Spiritual." 

LICHFIELD, EARL OF. (ANSON.) 

THOMAS GEORGE ANSON, 2nd Earl. 
Born Aug. 15th, "1825; succeeded his 
father in 1854; was M.P. for Lichfield, 
184754, and Lord Lieut, of Stafford- 
shire, 18G3 71 : married (1855) Lady 
Harriet Georgiana Louisa Hamilton, eldest 
daughter of the 1st Duke of Abereorn, 
K.G., and has issue, living, 

Sons, Thomas Francis, Viscount Anson, b. 1856. 
George Augustus, b. 1857. Henry James, 
b. 1858. Frederick William, b 1862. Claud, 
Despair of nothing. b Ib 64.-Francis, b. Ib67. William, b. 18/2. 

D'tuahters, Florence Beatrice, b. I860. Beatrice, b. 1865. Mary Maud, b. 1&62. Edith 
b. 1870. Evelyn, b. 1873. 

Brothers living, Augustus Henry Archibald, V.C. M.P., b. 1835, m. 1863. The Rev, 
Adelbert John Robert, b. 1840. 

Sisters living, Louisa Mary Anne, b, 1819, m. 1838, (Tenison). Anne Frederica, b. 1823, 
m. 1843, Lord Elcho, M.P. eldest son of the Earl of Wemyss and March. Harriet Frances 
Maria, b. 1827, m. 1851, the 6th Baron Vernon. Gwendolina Isabella Anna Maria, 
b. 183", m. 1865, (O'Shee). 

Patron of three livings, Ronton, V. EUenhall, V. Great Heywood, V. Stafford- 
shire. 

Creations, Baron Soberton of Soberton, and Viscount Anson of Shugborough 
and Orgrave, 1806, Earl of Lichfteld, 1831, all in the peerage of the United Kingdom. 

&rm3, Quarterly: 1st, argent, three bends engrailed, and in the sinister c met point 
a crescent, gules, Arisen; 2nd, ermine, three cats-a-mountain passant ;. 'ai t, in 
pale, sable, Attains; 3rd, azure, three salmons naiant, in pale, per pale, cr ai.d argent, 
Sunibrunke; 4th, sable, abend, or, between three spears' heads, s.rgei't, Carrier. (Ctrsts, 
1st, out of a ducal coronet, or, a spear's head, proper, Anxon; ':nd, a greyhoi nc's head 
erased, ermines, gorged with a collar, double gemelle, cr, Ad'nns. .^uppcuni, l.ej-frr, a 
sea-horse; and, sinister, a lion guardant, both proper, anu each gorged \\ith a collai , double 
eemelle, or. 

Seats, Shugborough-hall, Stafford; and Ranton-abbey, Eccleshall, Staffordshire. 
Town R'-sidrnce, 11, Portman-square, W. 
Clubs, White' s, Travellers' . 

LICHFIELD, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas 
William, -2nd Viscount Anson, and 1st Earl of Lichfield. He was b. Oct. 20, 1795. suc- 
ceeded his father as Viscount, 1818, and was raised to the Earldom in 1831: m. Feb. 11, 
1819, Louisa Catherine, daughter of X. Philips, Esq. of Slebeck-hall : and d. March 18, 
1854, having had issue four sons and lour daughters. 

LICHFIELD, Dowager Countess of, LOUISA CATHERINE, daughter of 
Nathaniel Philips, Esq. of Slebeck Hall, Pembrokeshire; m. 1819, the 1st 
Earl of Lichfield, who d. 1S.J4. 
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Liddell, family name of the Earl of Ravensworth. 



LIFFORD, VISCOUNT. (HEWITT.) 

JAMES HEWITT, 4th Viscount, in 
the peerage of Ireland, a Repre- 
sentative Peer for Ireland. Born March 
31st, 1811 ; succeeded his father in 
1855; was educated at Christ Church, 
Oxford (B.A. 1833) ; is a Dep. Lieut, for 
Warwickshire and (co.) Donegal : married, 
1st (1835) Lady Mary Acheson, eldest 
daughter of the 2nd Earl of Gosford, (this 
lady died 1850), and has issue, living, 

Sons, James Wilfred, b. 1837; was educated at 
Rugby; entered the 4th Foot, 1856; exchanged 

to the 3rd Foot, 1857, became Lieut. 1858, and retired 1865: m. 1867, Annie Frances, 
eldest daughter of Arthur Hodgson, Esq. of Eton Vale, Darling Downs, Queensland. 
Archibald Robert, b. 1844. Corn wallis Charles, A. 1847. Edward, 6.1848. 

Daughters, Mary Anne, A.1840, m. 1866, (Wood). Isabella, d.1850. 

His lordship married 2ndly (1851), Lydia Lucy, eldest daughter of the 
Rev. John Digby Wingfield Digby, Vicar of Coleshill, Warwickshire, and 
has issue, living, 

Sows, William James, b. 1856 George Wyldbore, b. 1858. 

Daughters, Lettice Lucy, b. 1853. Alice Anne, b-. 1854. Georgiana Rosamond, A. 1867. 
Anne Eliza, b. I860. 

Brother living, John James, b. 181Q. 

Sisters living, Alicia Anne, b. 1812, m. 1841, Sir E. Pearson, F.R.S. Susan, b. 1821. Anne 
Georgiana, b. 1824. / 

Creations, Baron Lifford of Lifford, (co.) Donegal, 1768, Viscount Lifford, 1781, both 
in the peerage of Ireland. 

&rms , Gules : a chevron engrailed, between three owls, argent. Crest, On a stump 
of a tree, with one branch growing thereon, an owl, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a vul- 
ture, wings inverted, proper, gorged with a plain collar, sable, thereon three bezants ; 
sinister, a griffin, wings elevated, proper, gorged as the dexter. 

Seats, Meen Glas, Stranorlar, (co.) Donegal, Ireland; Cecil-house, Wimbledon, S.W. 
CYwA.s', Carlton, United University. 



LIFFOED, Viscount, His lordship's predecessor was his father, James, 
3rd Viscount Lifford. He was b. Aug. 29, 1793, and succeeded his father, April 15, 1830 : 
m. April 15, 1809, the Hon. Mary Anne Maude, daughter of the 1st Viscount Hawarden ; 
and d. April 22, 1855, having had issue three sons and three daughters. 



LIFFORD, Dowager Viscountess, MART ANNE, daughter of the 1st 
Viscount Hawarden : m. 1809, the 3rd Viscount LifFord, who d. 1855. 
Residence, Asheldon, Torquay. 



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293 




To maintain acquired possession 



LILFORD, BARON. (Powrs.) 

THOMAS LYTTLETON POWYS, 4th Baron. 
Born March 18th, 1833; succeeded his 
father in 1861 ; was educated at Harrow, 
and at Christ Church, Oxford ; has been 
Lieut, in the Northamptonshire Militia 
since 1854: married (1859) Emma Eliza- 
beth, youngest daughter of Robert William 
Brandling, Esq. of Low Gostbrth, North- 
umberland, and has issue, living, 

Sons, Thomas Atherton, b. 1861. John, A. 1863 
Stephen, b. 1869. 

Brothers living, Leopold William Henry, b. 1837, 
in. lsfi-2. The Rev. Edward Victor Robert, 
b. 1839, m. 1862. Charles James Fox, b. 1840. 

Sisters ftw?.S% Georgiana Caroline, b. 1836, m. 1859 (Fazakerley). Mary Elizabeth Frances, 
b. 1841. Constance Emma Augusta, b. 1842, m. 186/, (Crichton). Caroline Mary, b. 1844. 

Patron of ten livings, Leigh, V Great Sanckey, V. St. Paul's, V. Warrington, 
Warrington, R. Atherton, V. Tyldesley-cum-Shackerley, V. Lancashire. St. Peter's, 
Aldwincle, R. Thorpe Achurch, R. Titchmarsh, R. Pilton, R. Northamptonshire. 

Creation, Baron Lilford of Lilford, Northamptonshire, in the peerage of Great 
Britain, 1797. 

nns, Or: a bear's jamb erased, in bend dexter, between two cross crosslets fitcbee 
in bend sinister, gules. iTrrst, A bear's jamb couped and erect, gules, holding a staff 
headed with a fleur-de-lis, also erect, or. Supporters, Dexter, a reaper habited in a loose 
shirt, leatlier breeches loose at the knees, -white stockings, and black hat and .shoes ; in his 
hat ears of corn, in his right hand a reaping-hook, and at his feet a garb, all proper ; 
sinister, a man in the uniform of the Northamptonshire Yeomanry Cavalry, viz. a green long 
coat, ornamented on the cuffs and button-holes with gold lace, yellow waistcoat and 
breeches, and black top boots ; a black stock ; a round hat ; adorned with a white feather 
in front and a green one behind; the sword-belt inscribed with the letters N.Y. and the 
exterior hand resting on his sword sheathed and poiiit dowmw 

Seats, Lilford-park, Oundle, Northamptonshire ; Bank-hall, Preston, Lancashire. 

OM&s,Carlton, Travellers', Oriental, Garrick. 

LILFORD, Baron, His lordship's predecessor was his father, Thomas 
Atherton, 3rd Baron Lilford. He was b. Dec. 2, 1801, and succeeded his father, July 4, 
18-2:) : m. May 24, 1830, the Hon. Mary Elizabeth Fox, daughter of the 3rd Baron Holland, 
(title extinct) : and d. March 15, 1861, having had issue four sons and six daughters. 

LILFORD, Dowager Baroness, MARY ELIZABETH, daughter of the 3rd 
Baron Holland, b. 1806 ; m. 1830, the 3rd Baron Lilford, who d. 1861. 
Residence, 33, Great Cumberland-place, W. 



LIMERICK, EARL OF. 




By courage, not by craft. 



(PERT.) Sits as BARON FOX FORD. 

WILLIAM HALE JOHN CHARLES PERT 
3rd Earl. Born Jan. 17th, 1840 ; suovilctl 
his father in 1866; entered the Rifle 
Brigade as Ensign, 1858, retired 1862; 
was sometime Major in the 1st Adminis- 
trative Brigade of the Gloucestershire 
Artillery Volunteers ; is l.ieut.-Col. Royal 
Limerick co. Militia, a Dep. Lieut, of co. 
Limerick, and a Magistrate for that 
county, Clare, and Cork: married (1862) 
Caroline Maria, daughter of the late Rev, 
Ht-nry Gray, Vicar of Almondsbury, 



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Gloucestershire, son of the last Lord Bishop of Bristol, and brother of the 

Lord Bishop of Cape Town, and ha? issue, living, 

Son, William Henry Edmund De Vere Sheaffe, Viscount Glentworth, b. 1863. 

Half-Brothers living, Henry Hartstonge, b. 1843. Edmond Aubrey Templar, b. 1845. 
Cecil Standish Stackpole, b. 1847. John Sexten, b. 1849. Harry de Vere, R.N., b. 1851. 
Neville Calder, b. 1852. 

Half-Sister living, Mice Louisa, b. 1846, m. 1st 1868 (Hewitt), 2ndly 1<<74 (Langworthy.) 

Creations, Baron Glentworth of Mallow, Cork, 1/90, Viscount Limerick, 1800, Earl 
of Limerick, I8'i3, all in the Irish peerage; Baron Foxford of Stackpole Court, in the peer- 
age of the United Kingdom, 1815. 

&rmg,~ Quarterly : 'gules and or, on a bend, argent, three lions passant, sable. (Trrst, 
A fawn's head erased, proper. Supporters, Dexter, a lion, ermine ; sinister, a fawn, 
proper, ducally collared and chained, or. 

Seat, Dromore-ca'stle, Pallaskenry, co. Limerick, Ireland. CVwA.s, Carlton, Arthur's. 

LIMERICK, Earl of, His lordship's predecessor was his father, William 
Henry Tennison, 2nd Karl of Limerick. He was b. Oct. 9, 1812, and succeeded his 
grandfather, Dec. 7, 1844: m. 1st, April 16, 1838, Susannah, daughter of William Sheaffe, 
Ksq. and niece of Sir Roger Sheaffe, Bart, (she d. 1841), having had issue a sou and two 
daughters; 'Jndly, April 6, 1842, Margaret Jane, daughter of Captain Nicholas Horsley, 
9oth Foot, (her ladyship obtained a judicial separation in 1*63), and d. Jan. 5, 1866, having 
had issue from his second marriage, six sons and a daughter. 

LIMERICK, Dowager Countess of, MARGARET JANE, daughter of Captain 
Nicholas Horsley, 96th Foot ; m. 1842, as his 2nd wife, the 2nd Earl of 
Limerick, from whom she obtained a judicial separation 1863, and who 
d. 1866. 
Residence, 

LINCOLN, BISHOP OF, see "Lords Spiritual." 
Lincoln, Earl of, son of the Duke of Newcastle, (see Newcastle.) 

Lindsay, Lord, M.P., son of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres. 
(see Crawford.) 

,, family name of the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres. 



LINDSEY, EARL OF. (BERTIE.) 




Loyalty binds me. 



GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK ALBE- 
MARLE BERTIE, 10th Earl. Born Nov. 4th, 
1814; succeeded his father in 1818; is a 
Dep. Lieut, of Lincolnshire. 

Brother living, Montague Peregrine, heir pre- 
ftMinptiw, A. 1815; was educated at Eton; 
was appointed Captain in the Grenadier Guards, 
1830, and has since retired; is a Dep. Lieut, of 
Lincolnshire: m. 1854, Felicia Elizabeth, only 
daughter of the Rev. John Earle Welby, Rector 
of West Allington, of Stroxton, and of Harston, 
near Grantham, and lias issue, living, Montagu 
Peregrine, b. 1861. 



Sister living Charlotte Elizabeth, b. 1812, m. 1st, 1833, Sir John Guest, 1st Bart., who 
d. 1852; -.mdly, 1855, (Schreiber). 

Patron of two livings, Uffington, R. Tallington, V. Lincolnshire. 



DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED PEERAGE. 290 



Creation, Earl of Lindsey, in the peerage of Eng-land, 1626. 

Srmg, Argent: three battering- rams, barwise, in pale, proper, armed and garnished, 
azure. Crest, The bust of a man affrontee, and couped at the shoulders, proper, hair arid 
beard, sable, ducally crowned, or. ^uppovtrrs, Dexter, a grey triar, habited, with cross 
and beads pendent from his girdle, and his right hand re