TOO DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Maude Eliza, da. of the Rev. Fitzwilliam John Taylor, R. of Haccombe and E. and W. Ogwell, Newton Abbot, and has issue living, Peter Fitzwilliam, b. 1887, Margaret, b. 1889. Residence, Rattery Vicarage, Buckfastleigh. Alfred Curtis, b. 1847 ; is a retired Com. R.N. Thomas Gerald, b. 1848. Issue of the late Rev. Thomas Carew, 3rd son of 6th baronet, b. 1788, d. 1848 : m. 1820, Holway, da. of Robert Baker, Esq., of Collumpton : Rev. Robert Baker, b. 1823 ; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1846, M.A. 1849) ; is R. of Bickleigh : m. 1851, Augusta Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Daniel, Esq., of Stoodleigh, Devon, and has issue living, Charles Robert Sydenham (of Collipriest, Tiverton. Club, Windham), b. 1853: m. 1891, Muriel Mary Heathcoat, da. of Sir John Heathcoat Heathcoat-Amory, ist Bart., and has issue living, Nesta Muriel b. 1892, Walter Gawen, b. 1870, Dora Frances: >. 1885, C. Fetherstonhaugh, Esq., of Kirkoswald, and has issue living, Elizabeth Beatrice. Residences, Bickleigh Rectory, Tiverton ; Collipriest, Tiverton. Grandchild of the Rev. Robert Baker Carew (ante) : Issue of the late Francis Henry Carew, Esq.. b. 1852, d. 1888 : m. 1878, Rose Matilda, who d. 1881, da. of Adm. the Hon. Sir Edward Alfred John Harris, K.C.B. [E. Malmesbury] : Ada., b. 1881. The family of Carew is of great antiquity in Devon and Cornwall, and claims a common descent with the Dukes ofr'Leinster and Earls of Plymouth from Otho, a powerful English Baron temp. Edward the Confessor, whose son, Walter Fitz-Other, was Castellan of Windsor 1078. For several generations the heads of the family are described as Barons of Carew and Hidron, but none of them sat in Parliament with the exception of Nicholas de Carew, who subscribed to the celebrated Barons' letter to the Pope in 1300 ; and from his second son the present family is descended in a direct line. CARMICHAEL, Creation 1821, of Nutwood, Surrey. Always ready. $ir JAMES MORSE CARMICHAEL, M.P., 3rd Baronet ; b. July 2Oth, 1844 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES ROBERT, 1883 ; ed. at Radley ; was a Clerk in Admiralty 1862-80, attached to Sir William Hutt's mission to Vienna 1864, Private Sec. to Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster (Mr. Bright) 1873, attached to Commn. of Liquidation in Egypt 1880 (Medjidie), and Private Sec. to Chancellor of Exchequer (Mr. Childers) 1882-5, and to Mr. Gladstone when Premier, 1886 ; unsuccessfully contested North- amptonshire, N. Div. 1885, S. Div. 1886; has sat for Glasgow, St. Rollox Div. (L) since July 6th, 1892 ; claims the Scottish Earldom of Hyndford (1701), Barony of Carmichael (1647), and Nova Scotia Baronetcy (1627), dormant since 1817. ^rtns Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent, a fesse tortile azure and gules within a bordure of the first, Carmichael; 2nd and 3rd, azure, a cup argent, flames of fire issuing therefrom proper, between two chess-rooks or, within a bordure gold, Smyth. Crtst A cubit arm erect, in armour holding in the hand a broken spear, all proper. j&npporttrs Dexter, a knight in armour, holding in his right hand a spear all proper ; sinister, a var horse argent saddled and bridled gules. Residence 12, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, N.W. Club Athenaeum. Sister living May : m. 1890, the Rev. Edmund Raven Hollings. Residence, St. John's Vicarage, Bethnal Green, N.E. Widow living Of 2nd Baronet LOUISA CHARLOTTE (Lady Carmichael), da. of Sir Thomas Butler, 8th baronet : m. 1841, Sir James Robert Carmichael, 2nd baronet, who d. 1883. Residence, 12, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, N.W. The ist baronet, Maj.-Gen. Sir James Carmichael-Smyth, C.B., K.C.H., K.M.T., K.S.W., com- manded the Royal Engineers in the Low Countries and at Waterloo, and was sometime Gov. of British Guiana. The 2nd baronet resumed the surname of Carmichael only by royal license 1841. GIBSON-CARMICHAEL, Creation 1628, of Durie, Fifeshire. Sir THOMAS DAVID GIBSON-CAR- MICHAEL, I4th Baronet; b. March i8th, 1859; s. his father, Rev. Sir WILLIAM HENRY, 1891 ; ed. at St. John's Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1881. M.A. 1884); is a D.L. for co. Peebles, and a J.P. and D.L. for Edinburghshire ; unsuccessfully contested Peebleshire and Selkirkshire (LG) 1892 : m. 1886, Mary Helen, el. da. of Albert L. Nugent, Esq. [see B. Nugent, " Foreign Titles of Nobility "]. ^rms Quarterly : ist, argent, a fesse wreathed azure and gules within a bordure of the last ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, three keys fesseways in pale or ; 4th, ermine, on a fesse sable three crescents argent. Crtst ist, an arm embowed Open, ye heavenly gates. holding a broken lance p ^ oper . 2nd> a pel '; can vu l ning herself proper, j&upporttrs Two angels proper. Seat Castle Craig, Dolphinton, Peeblesshire, N.B.
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