DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 101 Brothers living GEORGE HENRY, fi. Jan. yth, 1860. John Murray, b. Dec. 1860: m. 189?, Amy Katharine, da. of Frederick Archdale, Esq., of Baldock, Herts. Residence, Aunt living (daughter of 7th baronet) Sophia Caroline : m. 1859, Francis Nevile Reid, Esq. Residence, Collateral Branches living. James, 2nd son of the late William Gibson, Esq. (infra), was cr. a baronet [see Gibson-Craig, Bart.]. Grandchildren of the late Lewis Gibson, Esq. (infra) : Issue of the late William Charles Gibson, Esq., C.M.G., b. 1812, d. 1892 : m. 1834, Louisa Sophia, who d. 1870, da. of the late Charles Edward Layard, Esq., of Ceylon C.S. : James Whitaker, b. 1845; ed. at Cheltenham Coll., formerly Commr. of Requests of Colombo, Ceylon: m. 1882, Emily, da. of John Hammond, Esq., and has issue living, William James Carmichael, b. 1883, John Bruce, b. 1887. Residence, Kelvin Villa, Bedford.^ Thomas Mait- land, b. 1848; ed. at Cheltenham Coll., and at Trin. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.A. 18 ) ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1871 ; formerly Police Magistrate at Kandy, Ceylon : ;. 1879, Elizabeth Lucy, da. of the late W. Grant Allison, of Louth, co. Lincoln, and has issue living, William Maitland, b. 1880, Lewis Henry, b. 1881, Helen Carmichael, b. 1882. Residence, Durie, Weymouth. Louisa Helen : m. 1862, James Dyer Tremlett, Esq. (Bar Middle Temple 1872, formerly Judge of Ch. Court, Punjab. Club, Athenaum). Residence, Hillands, Dedham, Essex. Mary Jane : m. 1867, Hon. Frederick Richard Saunders, C.M.G. Residence, Guyscliff, Colombo^Ceylon. Granddaughter of the late William Gibson, Esq., uncle of gth baronet : Issue of the late Lewis Gibson, Esq., b. 1773, d. 1845 : m. 1806, Caroline, who d. 1827, da. of the late Very Rev. Charles Peter Layard, D. D., Dean of Bristol : Caroline Elizabeth. Issue of the late Andrew Mitchell Gibson, Esq., b. 1784, d. 1852 : m. 1818, Barbara, who d. 1830, da. of the late Capt. Robert Thomson : Robert Mitchell, b. 18 : tn. 18 , and has issue living, two sons and two daus. Mary : m. 1852, William Ranken Fortune, Esq., and has issue living, four sons and three daus. Residence, The ist baronet, a famous lawyer, was Lord President of the Court of Session in Scotland, and upon being created a baronet received a grant of about twenty-four square miles of land in Nova Scotia. The 2nd baronet, Sir Alexander, a zealous Covenanter, was knighted in 1641, and appointed Lord Clerk Registrar. In 1646 he was constituted a Lord of Session, with the title of Lord Durie, an office of which he was deprived by Cromwell. It is related of this baronet that while he was riding upon Leith Sands, a nobleman who was a suitor in the Scotch Courts caused him to be forcibly carried away to prevent his voting at the decision of the suit in the Court of Session. The gth baronet assumed the additional surname of Carmichael. Carmichael-Anstruther, see Anstruther. RIVETT-CARNAC, Creation 1836, of Derby. Holdfast. sir JAMES HENRY SPROULE RIVETT-CARNAC, 3rd Baronet; b. June 27th, 1846; s. his father, Sir JOHN, 1883; ed. at Harrow ; formerly Lieut. 73rd Regt. ; sometime a Clerk in Inland Revenue Office, Somerset House : m. 1872, Mary Jeannie, da. of Ambrose Henderson, Esq., of Bodmin, and has issue. ^rma Quarterly : argent and azure two swords in saltire proper be- tween three mullets, one in chief and two in fesse, and a crescent in has? countercharged, (tost ist, an arm erect, couped at elbow per pale, argent and sable in the hand proper a broken sword of the ist, hilt and pommel or, Rivett; 2nd, a sword erect pommel and hilt or, issuing from a crescent ermine, the internal part gules, Carnac. $Hotto obtr j&tconS Crtst "Sic itur ad astra " (Thus they go to Heaven), Residence Riverdene, Weybridge. Son living CLAUDE JAMES, b. Dec. sist, 1877. Daughters living Beatrice Hilda Sproule. Muriel Edith Frances. Sisters living Frances Henrietta: m. 1866, Col. Henry Stratton Bates, formerly Comdg. 3rd Batn. Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt.), and Capt. 8th Hussars. Residence, Twyford Lodge, near Winchester Caroline Anne Emma : m. 1875, Maj.-Gen. John Pennock Campbell (Club, United Service), formerly Col. Comdg. ist Batn. E. Lancashire Regt., and has issue living, Archibald Carnac, b. 18 , Constance, Ethel, Eva, Florence, May. Residence, The Oaks, Lyndhurst, Hants. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) Charles Forbes, b. 1824 ; served in B.C.S. in 1844-75 ; was Magistrate of Dacca during Mutiny (medal) : m. ist, 1849, Flora Elizabeth, who d. 1859, da. of J. Baker, Esq. ; 2ndly, 1865, Isabel Stannus, da. of the late Major Alexander Gordon, of the Madras Army, and has issue living (by ist marriage), Charles James, b. 1853 ; in B.C.S. ; is Comp- troller and Dep. Commr. of Paper Currency, Central Provinces, India : m. 1877, Laura Margaret Marion, da. of the late Col. J. S. Ogilvie, B.S.C., and has issue living, Vernon Charles, b. 1878, John Thurlow, b. 1856 ; is in B.C.S. ; served in Burmah 1885-7 (medal), and with Chin-Lushai Expedition 1880-90 (clasp) : m. 1887, Edith Emily, da. of H. H. Brownlow, Esq., and has issue living, John Thurlow b. 1888, Percy Kenneth b. 1890, Herbert Gordon b. 1892, Harry Morland, b, 1857 ; formerly in B.C.S., (by 2nd marriage), Gordon Forbes, b. 1866, Seymour Gordon, b. 1868; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich; is Lieut. R.E., Colin Gordon, b. 1881, Florence Annie Gordon, Winifred Gordon, Muriel Gordon. Residence, 9, Devonshire Place, Eastbourne.
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