DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. and has issue living, George Sackville, b. 1870, Wemyss M'Kenzie Osborne, b. 1872, Henry Martin Stuart, b. 1873, Arthur Douglas, b. 1878, Oliver Wendell Holmes, b. 1879, Agnes Mary, Evadne Kilgour, Ada Margaret, Katherine, Anne Winifred. Residence, Moose Factory, Hudson's Bay, Canada. Agnes Mary. Katherine. Grandchildren of the late Rev. Joseph Rogerson Cotter (ante) : Issue of the late Rev. James Laurence Cotter, M.D., b. 1824, d. 1892: m. ist, 1854, Mary, who d. 1855, da. of the late Rev. Richard Gaggin, R. of Clonmult ; 2ndly, 1856, Mary Beatrice, da. of William Bromilow, Esq., of Haresfinch House, Lancashire : James Laurence, b. 1869. Mary Blanche Monica : m. 1883, Thomas C. Mather, Esq., and has issue living, Thomas James Elton, b. 1886, Edward Elton, b. 1888, Mary Elton. Residences, Oak Hill, Lydiate, Ormskirk ; Stennerley, near Ulverstone. Miriam Laurence. Jessie Ernestine. Muriel Beatrice Kathleen. Issue of the late Rev. Charles Purcell Cotter, b. 1826, d. 1891 : m. 1852, Mary Anne Caroline, who d. 1889, da. of the late John Frederick Gaitskell, Esq., B.C.S. : Alice Harriet. Residence, Cheltenham. Issue of the late Arunde.l Hill Cotter, Esq., L.R.C.P., b. 1837, d. 1883: m. ist, 1863, Wilhelmina Grant, da. of J. Maclean, Esq., of Advie House, Lancashire ; 2ndly, Alicia Amelia, da. of the Hon. W. M. Anderson, of Cavaliers and Cooper's Hill, Jamaica : Joseph Rogerson John, b. 1864. Issue of the late Duncan Donald Darroch Cotter, Esq., b. 1838, d. 18 : in. 1864, Helen, da. of Samuel D. Musson, Esq., of Stockton, Barbados : George Wentworth, b. 1868 ; ed. at Camb. Univ. (B.A. 18 ). Issue of the late Surg.-Major Samuel Kyle Cotter, M.D., b. 1841, d. 1890: m. ist, 1868, Alice, da. of Capt. Thomas Jarnieson ; 2iidly, 18 , Mary Elizabeth, da. of Robert Anderson, Esq., Govt. Surveyor, Natal : (By 2nd marriage) Vere Rogerson, b. 1882. (By ist] marriage) Ethel Mary. Ellen Harriett. (By 2nd marriage) Alice Mary. This family is supposed to be descended from old Danish Kings who ruled in Dublin. The ist and 2nd baronets sat in the Irish Parliament, and the 3rd was M.P. for Mallow in the Imperial Parliament. Non rapui sed recepi. / did not seize it, I recovered it. COTTERELL. Creation 1805, of Garnons, Herefordshire. Sir GEERS HENRY COTTERELL, 3rd Baronet ; b. Aug. 22nd, 1834 ; s. his brother, Sir JOHN HENRY, 1847 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; sat as M.P. for Hereford co. 1857-9 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Herefordshire (High Sheriff 1865) : m. 1865, the Hon. Katharine Margaret Airey, da. of 1st Baron Airey, G.C.B., and has issue. gatron of 3ftoo ibings- Byford R., Mansell Carriage V., co. Hereford. Jrms Quarterly, or and argent a cross engrailed per pale sable and gules between three escollops two in the sinister chief and one in the dexter case quarter of the second ; over all a bend also of the second. Crtst An armed arm embowed proper, holding an escutcheon (by the top) argent, charged with a talbot's head sable, collared and chained or. Seat Garnons, Hereford. Town Residetice22, Belgrave Square, S.W. Clubs Turf, Marlborough. Son living JOHN RICHARD GEERS, b. July i3th, 1866. Daughters living Alice. Louisa. Col. Sir John Geers, ist baronet, sat as M.P. for Herefordshire 1804-31 ; his grandfather, John Brooks, Esq., of Broadway, assumed the surname and arms of Cotterell, by royal license. COUPER, Creation 1841. Sir GEORGE EBENEZER WILSON COUPER, K. C.S.I., C.B., C.I.E., 2nd Baronet ; b. April 29th, 1824; s. his father, Col. Sir GEORGE, C.B., K.H., 1861 ; ed. at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and at Haileybury ; entered H.E.I. C.S. 1846; was A.D.C. to Sir Henry Lawrence and Sir John Inglis during siege of Lucknow and the actions prior thereto, and to Sir James Outram during the subsequent operations at the Alumbagh (medal with two clasps) ; was Ch. Commr. of Oude 1871. and Lieut. -Gov. of N.-V. Provinces 1877-82; C.B. 1859, K.C.S.I. 1877, and C.I.E. 1878 : m. 1852, Caroline Penelope, sister of Sir Henry Every, loth Baronet, and has issue. &rms Or, a chevron gules charged with another ermine, between three laurel-leaves slipped vert. Cr.st Out of a mural coronet argent, a hand holding a garland proper. Residence Camberley, Surrey. Club Athenaeum.
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