DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 145 Issue of the late Major Francis Hastings Toone Gordon-Gumming, 6th son of 2nd baronet, /). 1842, d. 1883: in. 1863; Emma, da. of John Campbell, Esq., of Carrick- fergus : William, b. 1864 : in. 1891, Rose, da. of A. White, Esq., of New Zealand. Charles, b. 1865. George, b. 1868. Walter, b. 1869. Mary (Hon. Mrs. Claud Berkeley Portman) : in. i83S, the Hon. Claud Berkeley Portman, son of 2nd Viscount Portman. Residence, Child Okeford, Blandford. The ist baronet, who was sometime M.P. for the Inverness Burghs, assumed the additional surname of Gordon as heir of Sir William Gordon, last baronet of Gordonstown. CUNARD, Creation 1859, of Bush Hill, Middlesex. Sir BACHE EDWARD CUNARD, 3rd Baronet , b. May I5th, 1851; s. his father, Sir EDWARD, 1869; isaJ.P. for Leicestershire. ^rms Azure, on a fesse wavy between two barrulets also wavy or, three anchors sable. Crtst On a rock proper, a falcon, wings expanded argent, the dexter claw resting on a cinquefoil azure. Seat Nevill Holt, Market Harborough. C/z<-Turf. Brother living GORDON, b. May 2 2 nd, 1857 : m. 1889, Edith Mary, da. of the late Col. John Stanley Howard, of Ballina Park, co. Wicklow, and has issue living, Edward, b. 1890. Residence, Thorpe Lubenham, Market Harborough. Club, Turf. Sisters living Mary McEvers : ;. 1884, Lieut.-Col. George Gosling (formerly of Scots Guards), and has issue living, George Edward, b. 1889,- Vere Hobart, b. 1890. Residence, Stratton Audley Park, Bicester. By perseverance. Jeannette Emmet: in. 1883, Edmund Ernest Leatham, Esq., who d. 1890, and has issue living, Gordon, b. 1884, Edward Hubert, /'. 1886, Lorna Priscilla, /). 1888. Residence, Wentbridge House, Pontefract. Annie Allen (Hon. Mrs. Arthur Lawley) : m. 1885, Capt. the Hon. Arthur Lawley [see B. Wenlock]. Caroline Margaret: m. 1890, Athole Stanhope Hay, Esq. [see Hay, Bart., cr. 1635]. Residence, Marlefield, Roxburgh. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) William, b. 1825 : m. 1851, Laura, da. of the late Hon. Thomas Chandler Haliburton, Supreme Judge, Nova Scotia, and has issue living, William Samuel, b. 1856 : in. 1880, Mary Ada May, da. of the late J. May, Esq., and has issue living, Alick May b. 1882, Margery Laura b. 1884, Ernest Haliburton, b. 1862, Cyril Grant, b. 1867 ; is Lieut. Haddington Artillery, S. Div. R.A., Alice Mary: m. 1883, Thomas Alford Houstoun-Boswall-Preston, Esq. [see Houstpun-Boswall, Bart.]. Residences, Orleans House, Twickenham; 95, Eaton Square, S.W. Club, junior Carlton. AuntS living (daughters of ist Baronet) Margaret Anne : ;;;. 1843, Lieut.-Col. William Leigh Mellish, who d. 1864, and has issue living, Henry, b. 1856 ; is Capt. and Hon. Major 4th Vol. Batn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.), Agnes, Evelyn Frances. Residence, Hodsock Priory, Worksop. Sarah Jane: ;. 1840, Col. Gilbert William Francklyn (formerly of I7th Foot), and has issue living, Charles Gilbert, b. 1844 : m. 1869, Susan Sprague, da. of Edwin Hoyt, Esq., George Edward, b. 1848 : in. 1873, Frances Maria, da. of Dr. Clarke, Margaret Moore, Gwladis Elizabeth : in. 1870, Major Oliver Graham, formerly of 78th Highlanders, Frances Mary : in. 1880, Capt. John William Brackenbury, R.N., C.B., C.M.G., and has issue living, Margaret b. 1884, Olive b. 1885, Angela Edith b. 1888, Annie Kate, Laura Isabel: in. 1890, the Rev. Willotighby Chase Parr, Chaplain to the Forces, and has issue living, a son b. 1891, Helen Jane, Edith. Residence, Speen Hill Lodge, Newbury. -Isabel : in. 1850, Capt. Henry Holden, Ch. Constable of Notting- hamshire, and has issue living, Harry Winton, b. 1852 ; is Major 2nd Batn. Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Roy. Berkshire Regt.); served in Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal and bronze star): in. 1882, Maria Madeleina, da. of J. H. Recano, Esq., of Gibraltar, and has issue living, a son b. 1892, Sybil Mona Caroline b. 1888, Frederick William, b. 1866, Ernest Frank, b. 1868; is Lieut, ist Batn. Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Roy. Berkshire Regt.), Wilfred Millington, /;. 1870, Ethel Laura : ;. 1881, Archibald Pratt Barlow, Esq., and has issue living, Frederick Holden b. 1882, Violet Catharine b. 1885, Sybil Anne : ;. 1891, William Griffiths Forster, Esq., of Lenton Fields, Nottingham. Residence, Bramcote Hills, Nottingham. The ist baronet, Sir Samuel, established the Cunard Line of mail steamers between the United States of America and England. CUNINGHAME, Creation 1672, of Corse Hill, Ayrshire. Sir WILLIAM JAMES MONTGOMERY CUNINGHAME, V.C., gth Baronet; b. 1834; s. his father, Sir THOMAS, 1870 ; formerly Major Rifle Brigade; served in Crimean campaign 1854-5 (V.C., medal with four clasps, Medjidie. and Turkish war medal) ; formerly Major and Hon, Lieut.-Col. 4th Batn. Roy. Scots Fusiliers ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Ayr ; sat as M.P. for Ayr Burghs (C) 1874-80, when he was defeated; unsuccessfully contested College Div. of Glasgow 1885 : m. 1869, Elizabeth, da. of Edward Bouchier Hartopp, Esq., of Dalby Hall, near Melton Mow- bray, and has issue. IO
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