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DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 233 Carlton. John Tankerville, b. 1846 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. ; Bar. Inner Temple 1869 ; was Attorney-Gen. Leeward Islands 1880-81, Acting Ch. Justice there 1881-3, a d a Puisne Judge of British Guiana 1883-7 (Acting Ch. Justice 1884), and of Straits Settlements 1887-92, since when he has been Ch. Justice of Trinidad : ;. 1875, Jane Macgregor, da. of the late John Laird, Esq., M.P. for Birkenhead. Residence, Port of Spain, Trinidad. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. This baronet's family has been settled in Wiltshire for several centuries. His direct lineal ancestor, Henry Goldney, sat as M.P. for Bristol 1421-7, and that gentleman's great-great-grandson, Henry Goldney, who was M.P. for Chippenham 1553, obtained the Charter for the incorporation of the Borough of Chippenham from Queen Mary, and was appointed the first Bayliff thereof, which office has been filled by his descendants from father to son in each generation. GOLDSMID, Creation 1841, of St. John's Lodge, Regent's Park. Sir JULIAN GOLDSMID, M.P., 3rd Baronet, son of the late Frederick David Goldsmid, Esq., M.P., 2nd son of ist Baronet; b. Oct. 8th, 1838 ; s. his uncle. Sir FRANCIS HENRY, M.P., Q.C., 1878 ; ed. at Univ. Coll., London, and elected a Fellow thereof 1864 ; grad. in Univ. of London, B.A. in honors, 1859. and M.A. Classical branch 1861 ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1864 ; is a D.L. and a J. P. for Kent, a J.P. for Middlesex and London, and a D. L. for Sussex and Berks ; in Portugal bears the title of Baron de Goldsmid e da Palmeira ; sat as M.P. for Honiton (L) 1866-8, and for Rochester 1870-80; unsuccessfully contested Mid-Surrey 1868, and Rochester 1880; has sat for S. Div. of St. Pancras since 1885 : m. 1868, Virginia, who d. Concordia et sedulitate. l %9 2 > el. da. of the late A. Philipson, Esq., of Florence, and With harmony and nas issue. diligence. 3^rms Per saltire ermine and erminois, on a chief gules a martlet between two roses or. Crtst A demi-lion rampant holding between the paws a fasces proper. gHotto obtr Cast Quis similis tui in fortibus, Domine (VJio is like Tltee, O Lord, among the tnighty ?). Seat Somerhill, Tonbridge. Town Residence 105, Piccadilly, W. Clubs Athenaeum, Reform, Brooks's, St. James's, Portland, Devonshire, Turf. Daughters living Violet: ;. 1889, Sidney Francis Hofifnung, Esq., and has issue living, Cyril Julian, b. 1890. Residence, 53, Pont Street, S.W. Edith (Lady jessef): m. 1890, Sir Charles James Jessel, m Bart. Residences, Ladham House, Goudhurst, Kent ; 27, Lowndes Square, S.W. Margherita. Beatrice. Maud. Theresa. Grace Catherine. Nora Octavia. Sisters living Helen : m. 1855, Lionel Lucas, Esq., who d. 1862, and has issue living, Frederick Louis, /;. 1860, Ethel Rebecca: m 1881, William Elias Mozley, Esq., Barrister-at-law, of 28, Gloucester Square, W. Residence, n, Westbourne Terrace, W. Mary Ada: m. 1856, Frederick David Mocatta, Esq. Residences, 9, Connaught Place, W. ; Kingshill, Berkhampstead. Isabel. Flora. Emma Catherine. Residences, 20, Portman Square, W. ; Tongswood, Hawkhun>t. Aunts living (daughters of ist Baronet} Rachel : m. 1840, Count Salomon Henry Avigdor, who d. 1871. Caroline. Emma: ;/;. 1850, Nathaniel Montefiore, Esq., who d. 1883. Residences, 18, Portman Square, W. ; Coldeast, Southampton. WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet LOUISA SOPHIA (Lady Goldsmid), da. of the late Moses Asher Goldsmid, Esq., of Gloucester Place, W. : in. 1839, Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid, M.P., Q.C., 2nd baronet, who d. 1878. Residence, 13, Portman Square, W. The ist baronet, Sir Isaac Lyon, a Baron of Portugal, was in 1846 authorised to use this honor in England. The 2nd baronet, Sir Francis, was the first member of the Jewish persuasion called to the English Bar, and also the first person of that religion who was made a Q.C. This family is of German extraction, and settled in England about 1740. GOOCH, Creation 1746, of Benacre Hall, Suffolk. Sir ALFRED SHERLOCK GOOCH, gth Baronet ; b. Dec. 23rd, 1851 ; s. his brother, Sir FRANCIS ROBERT SHER- LOCK LAMBERT, 1881 ; formerly Lieut. 3rd Middlesex Militia : is a J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk (High Sheriff 1885) : m. 1880, Alice Elizabeth, da. of Edward Williams, Esq., of Honey- combe House, Calstock, Cornwall, and has issue. JJatron of Shrtf JCibings Wrentham R., Benacre R. with Easton- Bavents and North Hales V., South Cove R., Suffolk. ^nns Per pale argent and sable a chevron between three talbots passant counterchanged ; on a chief gules three leopards' heads or. CrtBt A talbot passant per pale argent and sable. Seat Benacre Hall, Wrentham, Suffolk. Town Residence 42, Jermyn Street, S.W. Clubs Junior Carlton, Wellington. Son living THOMAS VERB SHERLOCK, b. June loth, 1881. Sisters living Elizabeth : tn. 1874, William Charles Boden Elwell, Esq., virtute. and valor.