DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 95 Follow me. CAMPBELL, Creation 1815. Sir GUY THEOPHILUS CAMPBELL, 3rd Baronet; b. Oct. i6th, 1854; s. his father, Col. Sir EDWARD FITZ-GERALD, 1882; is Major King's Roy. Rifle Corps, and Adj. of its nth Vol. Batn.; was sometime A.D.C. to Lieut. -Gov. of Bengal (Hon. -Sir Ashley Eden); served in Afghan campaigns 1879-80 as A.D.C. to Lieut.-Gen. Sir Samuel Brown : m. 1884, Nina, da. of the late Frederick Lehmann, Esq., of 15, Berkeley Square, W., and has issue. JArms Quarterly : ist and 4th, gyronny of eight or and sable; 2nd, argent a lymphad sable with a flag and pennants flying gules; 3rd, or a fesse cheeky argent and azure. Crrst A boar's head arrachee or. Residences The Lodge, Thames Ditton, Surrey; Coombe Cottage, Kingston-on-Thames. SOUS living GUY COLIN, 6. Jan. 3 ist, 1885. Ronald Ion, b. 1890. Daughter living Sylvia Nina, b. 1888. Brothers living Edward Fitz-Gerald Frederick, b. 1856 : m. 1889, Helen Emily, da. of the late Rev. Charles Stuart Stanford, D.D., R. of St. Thomas's, Dublin. Residence, Burwood Lodge, Burwood Park Road, Walton-on-Thames. Charles James Napier (twin), 6. 1856 : m. 1889, Geraldine Harriette, da. of the late Rev. Charles Stuart Stanford, D.D., R. of St. Thomas's, Dublin, and has issue living, Edward FitzGerald, b. 1890. Residence, Woodside, Burwood Park Road, Walton-on-Thames. Gerald Fitz-Gerald, b. 1862. Francis Bunbury Fitz-Gerald, b. 1863. Residence, 29, Avonmore Road, W. Kensington, W. Colin Arthur FitzGerald (twin), b. 1863; formerly Private Sec. to Gov. of S. Australia (Earl of Kintore). Percy Fitz-Gerald, b. 1865 : t. 1880, Isabel, da. of R. Ballard, Esq., of Palumpur, Kangra Valley, and has issue living, Ion Percy FitzGerald, b. 1890. Residence, Honora, Palumpur, Kangra Valley, Punjab. Ion Douglas FitzGerald. b. 1868: m. 1891, Mabel Unsworth, da. of the late Capt. Quin, of Dublin, and has issue living, Nina Mabel Mary, b. 1891. Residence, Burrampoora Factory, Mozufferpore, Tirhoot, Bengal. George Theophilus, /;. 1872. Sisters living Annie Charlotte. Residence, 29, Avonmore Road, W. Kensington, W. Finetta Madeline Julia. Griselda Mary Theophila. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) Frederic Augustus, b. 1839; formerly Capt. 6oth Rifles; served in China war 1860-62; was successively A.D.C. to Viceroy of Ireland (Earl Spencer) and Equerry to H.R.H. Princess Louise; is a Gentleman Usher to H.M. : m. 1862, Emma Mary, da. of the late Major Hugh Higgins-Brabazon, of Brabazon Park, co. Mayo [see Palmer, Bart., cr. 1777], and has issue living, John St. Clair, b. 1865, Guy Edward Spencer, b. 1873, Florence Frances Augusta, Pamela Louisa Augusta Ambrose (Lady Ernest W. Hamilton): m. 1891, Lord Ernest William Hamilton, son of ist Duke of Abercorn. Residence, 100, Grosvenor Road. Embankment, West- minster, S.W. Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet) Frances Elizabeth: m. 1840, Lieut.-Col. Henry Boys Harvey, formerly of Syth Foot, whorf. 1883. Residence, Trewollack, Bodmin. Georgina Genevieve Louisa: m. 1847, Thomas Henry Preston, Esq., and has issue living, Henry Edward (of Bishop- thorpe, York), b. 1857; is a J.P. for E. Riding of Yorks : m. 1886, Beatrice Mary Thomson, da. of the Most Rev. William Thomson, D.D., Archbishop of York, Maria Emma Georgina: m. ist, 1871, the 4th Earl of Desart (divorced 1878); zndly, 1878, Charles Sugden, Esq., from whom she obtained a divorce 1891, Pamela Mary. Residence, Moreby Hall, York. Lucy Sophia Julia (Lady Smyth): m. 1848, Gen. Sir Edward Selby Smyth, K.C.M.G., and has issue living, Edward Guy, b. 1851; is Major Roy. Irish Rifles, and Adj. of its 4th -Batn. : m. 1879, Georgina Florence, da. of the late Hon. James Bury, R.E. [see E. Charleville], and has issue living, one son and two daus., Geraldine Lucy Isabella Mary: m. 1882, Major Charles Haggard, 2nd Batn. Roy. Irish Rifles, and has issue living, one son and two daus. Residence, Darby House, Sunbury-on-Thames. Emily : m. 1859, Major Charles David Cunynghame Ellis [see B.' Howard de Walden, colls.]. Residence, La Luquette, Hyeres, Var, France. Madeline Caroline Frances Eden (Hon. Mrs. Percy, Wyndluuii): m. 1860, the Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham, son of ist Baron Leconfield. Residences 44, Belgrave Square, S.W.; Clouds, Salisbury. J u }i a Elizabeth Henrietta : m. 1862, Maj.-Gen. FitzRoy (William) Fremantle, C.B., and has issue living, Guy b. 1867, Agnes: m. 1890, Charles Henry Sheffield Pretyman, Esq., Com. R.N., Pamela, Frances. Residence, Chuffs, Maidenhead. The ist baronet. Sir Guy, C.B., a Maj.-Gen. in the Army, and Col. of the 3rd West India Regiment; served through the Peninsular war and at Waterloo. The 2nd baronet, a Col. in the Army, served in the Punjab campaign 1848 and through the Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-8. CAMPBELL. Creation 1831, of Barcaldine, Argyllshire. Sir DUNCAN ALEXANDER DUNDAS CAMPBELL, 3rd Baronet; b. Dec. 4th, 1856; s. his father, Sir ALEXANDER, 1880; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. The Black Watch (Royal High- landers); is F.S.A. Scotland, Gentleman Usher of the Green Rod, a J.P. forco. Argyll, and Capt. 3rd and 4th Batns. Highland L.I. $rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, gyronny of eight or and sable, Campbell; 2nd, argent, a lymphad sable, sails furled and oars in action, Lorn; 3rd, or, a fesse cheeky argent and azure, Stewart of Lorn. Crest A Highlander fully armed and equipped, having a sword in the right hand and on the left arm a target or. .Supporters Dexter, an heraldic tiger; / am prepared. sinister, a stag- all proper.
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