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104 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. b. 1886,- Mabel Jane, b. i8S-. Residence. Stretton Croft, near Bromsgrove. Sarah Wilmot : m. 1863, the Rev. Charles Thomas Gary, who d. 1881. Residence, Arden House, Fillongley, Coventry. Isabella Louisa: >. 1869, Thomas Moyles, Esq., M.D., who d. 1801, and has issue living, Thomas Henry Cave, b. 1870, George Edward Philip Cave, b. 1876. Residence, Repton Lodge, Harborne, Staffordshire. Annie : m. 1885, William Barnett-Bigley, Esq., and has issue living, Annie Isabelle Gretchen. Residence, Southfield, Harborne, Staffordshire. Grandchildren of the late Thomas Cave-Browne-Cave, Esq. (ante) : Issue of the late Rev. Henry Cave-Browne-Cave, b. 1840, d. 1890: in. 1865, Maria Louisa (now of Edington, Clevedon, Somerset), da. of George Chance, Esq., of Edgbaston : Eustace Henry, b. 1876. Cornelia Maria. Maude Evelyn. Irene de Peyster. Issue of the late Rev. Edward Sacheverell Cave-Browne-Cave, 5th son of gth baronet; b. 1804, d. 18^2 : m. 1830, Mary, who d. 1874, da. of John Watson, Esq., of Bilton Park, Yorkshire : Rev. Edward Farsyde, b. 1833 ; formerly R. of Bretherton : in. 1873, Sarah, da. of the late William Marshall. Esq., of Penwortham Hall, near Preston. Residence, 5, The Uplands, St. Leonards-on- Sea. William Edward, b. 1837. Louisa Mary. Grandchildren of the late Rev. John Cave-Browne, next brother of gth baronet : Issue of the late Robert Cave-Browne, Esq., M.D., b. 1790, d. 1866: ;. 1822, his cousin, Dorothy, who d. 1873, da. of Robert Haymes, Esq., of Great Glenn, Leicestershire : Charlotte. Catherine : in. 1852, Arthur Grey Hesilrige Buckby, Esq., who d. 1876, and has issue living, Arthur Grey Hesilrige, b. 18 , Robert Hesilrige, b. 18 , Charles Maynatd Hesilrige, b. 18 , William Cave Hesilrige, b. 18 , John Roger Hesilrige, b. 18 , Thomas Edward Hesil- rige, b. 18 , Dorothy Hesilrige : in. 1887, Arthur J. Harris, Esq., of Roslin, 57, Acre Lane, Brixton, S.W., Catherine Hesilrige. Residence, Issue of the late Lieut.-Col. Edward Cave-Browne, 4th brother of gth baronet, b. 1779, d. 1841 : m. 1815, Ann, who d. 1876, da. of Thomas Raban, Esq., of Calcutta : Rev. John, b. 1818 ; is V. of Detling : in. ist, 1851, Selina Mary, who d. 1881, da. of Lieut.-Col. William Turner (Bengal Army); 2ndly, 1884, Marian, widow of Samuel Bostock, Esq., of The Hermitage, Walton Heath, and da. of the late William Tiffin Iliff, Esq., M.D., of Newington, S.E., and has issue living (by ist marriage), Edward, b. 1856: in. 1886, Norah, da. of Lieut.-Col. Gorman, formerly of the Ceylon Rifles, and has issue living, Edward Raban b. 1889, Dorothy Sela, John Asteley, b. 1860, William Charles, b. 1867, Annette Forbes : m. 1880, Arthur George Burney, Esq., Barrister-at-law, of 24, Old Square, W.C., and has issue living, Arthur Edward Cave b. 1883, Geoffrey Asteley b. 1884, Elsie Sela, Marjorie, Selina Margaret, Edith Mary, Mabel Catherine. Residence, Detling Vicarage, Maidstone. Rev. William Henry, b. 1827 ; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford; is R. of Wickham St, Paul: m. ist, 1852, Henrietta, who d. 1856, da. of Philip Selfe, Esq., of Marten, Wilts; 2ndly, 1865, Louisa, who d. 1885, da. of the late George Munday, Esq., of London, and has issue living (by ist marriage), Henry (Club, Constitutional), b. 1856, Henrietta Mary. Residence, Wickham St. Paul's Rectory, Halstead, Essex. Club, Junior Constitutional. Edward Raban, C.S.I., b. 1835 ; entered East India House 1854, and was transferred to India Office 1858; appointed Assist, to Financial Sec. 1872, and Dep. Accountant-Gen. India Office 1879; C.S.I. 1888 : m. 1879, Caroline Anne, da. of William Abbott Green, Esq., In- spector-Gen, of Hospitals, Bengal, and has issue living, William, b. 1884, Horace, b. 1886, Frederick, b. 1889, Ann, Mary. Residence, 19, Lansdowne Road, Wimbledon. The 3rd baronet, Sir Thomas Cave, of Stanford Hall, in. the Hon Margaret Verney, a descendant of the ist Baron Braye. Sarah Otway-Cave, of Stanford Hall, only da. of Sir Thomas, 6th baronet, became Baroness Braye on the termination of the abeyance in 1839, and was grandmother of the present peer. Sir Thomas Cave, ist baronet, was, during the civil war, a strenuous supporter of his sovereign. The 2nd baronet was M.P. for Coventry, and the 3rd and 7th baronets each sat as M.P. for Leicester- shire. The father of the oth baronet assumed the name of Browne on his father's death, his mother having been an heiress of that name, and the oth baronet assumed the additional surname of Cave. CAYLEY, Creation 1661, of Brompton, Yorkshire. Sir GEORGE ALLANSON CAYLEY, 8th Baronet ; b. Dec. 3ist, 1831 ; s. his father, Sir DIGBY, 1883 ; ed. at Eton ; formerly Lieut. Yorkshire Hussars; is a J.P., a D.L., and a County Alderman for N. Riding of York, a J.P. for cos. Den- bigh and Flint ; was High Sheriff of co. Denbigh 1883 : m. 1859, Catherine Louisa, da. of Sir William Worsley, ist Baronet, and has issue. JSatron of bm -Cibings Brompton V., and, alternately with Viscount Downe, Thormanby R., Yorkshire ; Ashchurch R. , Gloucestershire. ^rms Quarterly : argent and sable a bend gules, charged with three mullets of the first. Cast A demi-lion rampant or charged with a bend gules, thereon three mullets argent, in the paws a battleaxe proper. Seats High Hall, Brompton, near Scarborough ; Llannerch Park, St. Asaph. Clubs Carlton, Turf, Yorkshire. Sons living GEORGE EVERARD ARTHUR, 6. July 8th, 1861 ; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Flintshire, and a J.P. for N. Riding of Yorks : m. 1884, Mary Susan, da. of the Hon. Francis Dudley Montagu-Stuart- Wortley [see E. Wharncliffe], and has issue living, Dorothy Frances, b. 1888. Residence, The Green, Brompton, York. Clubs, Junior Carltnn, Wellington, Yorkshire. Digby William, b. 1862. Callide sed honeste. With skill but with honour.