DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. honour it was conferred upon a junior branch of the family, Sir Maurice Crosbie, M.P. for Kerry I 7 I 3'58- Several members of the Crosbie family have been knighted, and two were created baronets. The Barons Brandon, Viscounts Crosbie, and Earls of Glandore (extinct titles) were descended from David, next brother of Sir Walter Crosbie, ist baronet of the present creation. Until recently this family received the before mentioned pension from the Crown. CROSSLEY, Creation 1863, of Belle Vue, Halifax. Sir SAVILE BRINTON CROSSLEY, znd Baronet', b. June I4th, 1857; s. his father, Sir FRANCIS, M.P., 1872 ; ed. at Eton, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1881) ; is a J, P. for Suffolk and Norfolk, and Capt. Norfolk Artillery, E. Div. R.A. ; sat as M.P. for N.. or Lowestoft, Div. of Suffolk (L U) 1885-92 : m. 1887, Phyllis, youngest da. of Gen. Sir Henry Percival De Bathe, 4th Bart., and has issue. $utron of (One jCibinq Somerleyton R. with Ashby R., Suffolk. ^rms Gules, a chevron indented ermine between two cross-crosslets in chief, and a saltire couped in base or. Crest A demi-hind erased proper charged with two bars or, and holding between the feet a cross- crosslet or. Scat Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft. Town Residence 12, Carlton House Terrace, S.W. Clubs Brooks's, Marl borough. Omne bonum ab alto. Son living FRANCIS SAVILE, b. June ist, 1889. All good is from above. Daughter living Phyllis Patty, b. 1890. The ist baronet sat as M P. for Halifax (L) 1852-9, and for the North-West Riding of Yorkshire 1859-72. WHEELER-CUFFE, Creation 1799, of Leyrath, Kilkenny. Sir CHARLES FREDERIC DENNY WHEELER-CUFFE, 2nd Baronet ; b. 1832 ; s. his father, .Sir J ON AH DENNY, 1854; ed. at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; formerly Major 66th Foot ; served as A.A.G. in Indian Mutiny campaign 1858-9 (medal) ; is a D.L. for co. Kilkenny: m. 1861, Pauline Villiers-Stuart, da. of ist Baron Stuart de Decies. Vrms Argent, on a bend indented sable, three fleurs-de-lis of the field between two cotises azure, each charged with three bezants. Crest An armed man azure, arm embowed holding a baton gules. Seat Leyrath, co. Kilkenny. Club United Service. Sisters living Rosetta (Lady Cochraiie): m, 1853, Adm. of the Fleet - _- j 9- - ""jy > wvau H. H. Greer, C.B. Residence, The father of the ist baronet, Sir Richard Wheeler, Knight, assumed the additional surname of
Cuffe. Culme-Seymour, see Seymour. GUMMING, Creation 1695, of Culter, Aberdeenshire. Sir KENNETH WILLIAM GUMMING, M.D., 7th Baronet ; b. Dec. 5th, 1837; s. his father, Sir ROBERT STEWART. M.D., 1847 ; ed. at Edinburgh Univ. (M.D. 1861); entered Army Medical Ser. 1862, and retired as Hon. Brig. Surg. 1882 ; has served in Bengal, N.W. Pro- | vinces, Bombay, Madras, China, Burmah, Ceylon, 'Straits of Malacca, Japan, and N. America, etc., and thrice travelled the circuit of the world ; holds certificate of proficiency for Ambulance Drill in the Field for Aid to the Wounded ; commanded Med. Staff Corps at Exeter 1876-8. s Azure, three garbs or. Crtst A garb or. ^Supporters Two ostriches proper. Residence 4, Woodland Road, Rockferry, Cheshire.