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102 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet) Henrietta : /. 1848, Francis Edward Guise, Esq. [see Guise, Bart.]. Residence, Dean Hall, Newnham, Gloucester. Frances. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late William John Rivett-Carnac, Esq., B.C.S., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1822, d. 1874 : i. 1846, Mary Anstruther, da. of the late Rev. Perceval Spearman Wilkinson, of Mount Oswald, Durham : William Perceval, b. 1847 : m. 1885, Frances Maria, da. of the late Francis Charles Forbes, Esq., B. C.S., and has issue living, Mary Frances, Elinor Maud. Resilience, 82, Palace Chambers, Westminster, S.W. - Rev. George Clennell, b. 1850; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1873); is V. of Thorpe, Surrey : m. 1885, Emily Louisa, da. of the late Rev. George Crabbe, R. of Merton, Norfolk, and has issue living, Henry George Crabbe, b. 1889, Evelyn Anna, b. 1887. Residence, Thorpe Vicarage, Surrey. Percy Temple, b. 1852; is Major 2nd Batn. Duke of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.). Louis Wilfred Guise, b. 1854 : Bar. Inner Temple 1877 ; is Administrator- Gen., Bombay: ;. 1883, Mabel, da. of Col. Southey, and has issue living, Marguerite Mabel, Sybil, b. 1886, lanthe, b. 1888. Residence, Malabar Hillj Bombay. - Ernest Henry, b. 1857 ; is campaign 1882 (medal with Capt. I.S.C. : served in Afghan war 1879-80 (medal), and in Egyptian clasp and 5th class Medjidie). Wilfred Theodore, b. 18 . Issue of the late Adm. John Rivett-Carnac, brother of ist baronet (not in remainder to baronetcy), b. 1796, d. 1869 : m. 1826, Maria Jane, who d. 1883, sister of Sir John Francis Davis, K.C. B., ist baronet : John Henry, C.I.E., b. 1839; ed. at Haileybury Coll. ; entered B.C.S. 1858 ; has served as Sec. to Sir Richard Temple (when Ch. Commr. of Central Provinces), Commr. of Cotton and Commerce to Govt. of India, and as Special Commr. for Transport during Bengal Famine ; is Govt. Opium Agent, Benares, a Knt. Grand Com. of Austrian Order of Francis Joseph, and Knt. Com. of Order of N. Star of Sweden, a F.S.A., Fellow of Bombay Univ., of the Roy. Acad. of Sweden, and of Roy. So. of Denmark, &c., Col. Comdt. of Ghazipur Rifle and Light Horse Vol., and an A.D.C. to H.M. ; has Gold Medal of Cotton Supply Association ; C.I.E. 1878 : author of various papers on antiquarian subjects, and Hon. Member of many Scientific Sos. ; C.I.E. 1878: m. 1868, Annie Marion, da. of the late Maj.-Gen. Sir Henry Marion Durand, K. C.S.I., C.B., R.E. [see Durand, Bart.]. Residences, Ghazipur, India ; Tonnochy's, Naini Tal, Bengal ; 45, Eaton Terrace, Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs, United Service, East India United Service, Grosvenor. Anna Maria. Elisa Mary : m. 1858, William Huskisson Tilghman-Huskisson, Esq., of Eartham Park, Chichester, who d. 1865, when the property passed to his cousin, Sir John Ralph Milbanke, 8th Bart., who took with it the additional surname of Huskisson. Residence, 45, Eaton Terrace, Eaton Square, S.W. Grandchildren of the late Adm. John Rivett-Carnac (ante) : Issue of the late Col. Edward Stirling Rivett-Carnac, b. 1841, d. 1888 : m. 1872, Sophia, da. of the late John Irving Glennie, Esq., of 15, Devonshire Street, W. : John Stirling, b, 1875. Arthur Temple, b. 1879. Alice Mary. Dorothy Marion. The ist baronet was Chairman of the East India Co. two years in succession, many years M.P. for Sandwich, and Governor of Bombay 1838-41. His father, who was son of J. Rivett, Esq., M.P. for Derby, assumed by sign-manual the additional surname of Carnac. The 2nd baronet sat as M.P. for Lymington (C) 1852-60. CARTIER, Creation 1868, of Montreal. [Extinct 1673.] Sir GEORGE ETIENNE CARTIER, ist and last Baronet, Daughter living Of 1st Baronet Marie Hortense. WidOW living Of 1st Baronet HORTENSE (Lady C artier), da. of Edouard Raymond Fabre, Esq., of Montreal : m. 1846, Sir George Etienne Cartier, ist and last baronet, who d. 1873. Residence, Villa Eldorado, Route d'Ajitibes, Cannes, France. CATHCART, Creation 1703, of Carleton, Ayrshire. Sir REGINALD ARCHIBALD EDWARD CATHCART, 6th Baronet; b. 1838; s. his father, Sir JOHN ANDREW, 1878 ; ed. at Harrow ; for- merly Lierut. and Capt. Coldstream Guards ; is a D.L. for cos. Ayr, Banff, and Inverness : m. 1880, Emily Eliza Steele, da. of the late John Pringle, Esq. [see Pringle, Bart], and widow of John Gordon, Esq., of Cluny, N.B. ^rins Azure, a human heart or, between three cross- crosslets fitchee issuing out of as many crescents argent. Crtst A dexter hand holding up a heart royally crowned all proper. jjujniorttrs Dexter, a lion rampant ; sinister, a savage wreathed about the head and middle with laurel all proper. Seats Killochan Castle, Ayrshire, N.B. ; Titness Park, Sunninghill, Berks. Clubs Carl ton, Guards', Marlborough, Turf. Sister living Florence Margaret Isabella: m. 1864, Lieut.-Col. Michael Walker-Heneage, formerly of Coldstream Guards. Residence, This family is a junior branch of the Earls Cathcart [see M. of Ailsa, colls.].