236 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. In special remainder to Baronetcy. Grandchildren of the late Henry Goold, Esq. (infra) : Issue of the late Capt. Henry Michael Goold, b. 1803, d. 1861 : >. 18 , Matilda, who d. 1865, da. of Matthew O'Brien, Esq., of Newcastle, co. Limerick : Francis, b. 1839; formerly in Bengal Army : m. 18 , Louisa, da. of Robert O'Dowda, of Calcutta, and has issue living, Denis, b. 1862, Gerald, b. 1863. Louisa. Issue of the late Henry Goold, Esq., brother of 2nd baronet, b. 1782, d. 1835: ?. 1801, Eleanor, who d. 1848, da. and co-heir of Thomas Hawkins, Esq., of Nash Court, Kent : Valentine Edmund, b. 1813 ; formerly Ch. Constable for Somerset : ;. 1849, Charlotte, da. of Robert Richey, Esq., of Dublin, and has issue living, Northland James, b. 1856, Eleanor Hawkins : m. 1879, Donald M 'Arthur, Esq., of 8, Caledonia Place, Clifton, Bristol, and has issue living, Valentine b. 1884, Hugh Dayrell b. 1888, Kathleen Eleanor, Anna Maria, Edith Charlotte, Rosanna Constance, Ethel Louisa. Residence, 5, Norfolk Crescent, Bath. Eleanor. This family has been settled many centuries in the county and city of Cork. Connellan, in his Irish dictionary, states that they, with one or two other families, date from the time of the Danes, from whom they descend. One of them was Mayor of Cork tcmfi. Henry VII. George Gould, of Old Court, changed the spelling of his surname from Gould to Goold. His son Henry Michael, at a critical moment, rendered material political and pecuniary services to the Government of George III., and his son Francis was created a baronet with remainder to the heirs male of the body of his father. GORDON, Creation 1625, of Letterfourie, BanffsMre. Sir ROBERT GLENDONWYN GORDON, 9th Baronet, and Premier Baronet of Nova Scotia ; b. 1824; s. his brother, Sir ~ILLIAM, 1861 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Banffshire. JVrms Quarterly : ist, azure, three boars' heads couped or ; 2nd, or, three lions' heads erased gules ; 3rd, or, three crescents within a double-tressure flowered and counter- flowered gules ; 4th, azure, three cinquefoils argent all within a bordure indented argent. Crtst A cat-a-mountain sejant-guardant proper, jinppodtrs Dexter, a naked man wreathed about the head and loins, holding in his exterior hand a club resting on the right shoulder ; sinister, a grey- hound proper. Seat Letterfourie, near Buckie, Banffshire. Without fear. The ist baronet, the Hon. Robert, son of the loth Earl of Sutherland, was a Privy Councillor of Scotland, Sheriff Principal of Inverness-shire, and Vice-Chamberlain of the kingdom. The 4th baronet claimed to be 22nd Earl of Sutherland, but the House of Lords in 1771 adjudged the honor to the daughter of the 2ist Earl. James Gordon, of Letterfourie, succeeded to the baronetcy of Gordontown, married the heiress of Glendonwyn of Glendonwyn, and became representative of both families. GORDON, Creation 1631, of Embo, Sutherlandshire, Sir HOME SETON GORDON, nth Baronet ; b. March 2ist, 1845 ; s. his father, Sfr WILLIAM HOME, 1876 ; ed. at Eton, and at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; formerly Lieut. 44th Regt., and Capt. Glamorganshire Militia :. m. 1870, Mabel Montagu, da. of Montagu David Scott, Esq., [see Scott, of Dunninald, Bart.], and has issue. Jinns Azure, three boars' heads erased or. Crtst A boar's head as in the arms, ^npporttrs Dexter, a unicorn ; inister, a naked man wreathed about the head and loins. Residence 8, Granville Place, Portman Square, W. Son living HOME SETON CHARLES MONTAGU, 6. Sept. soth, 1871 ; ed. at Eton. Club, New Travellers'. Aunt living (daughter of gth Baronet) Frances Amelia : in. 1861, Stylianos Apostolides, Esq. Widow living Of lOth Baronet ELLEN HARRIET (Lady Gordon.), da. of Bartholomew Barnewall. Esq., and cousin of Sir Reginald Barnewall, Bart. : m. 1844, Sir William Home Gordon, loth baronet, who d. 1876. Residence, 8, Granville Place, Portman Square, W. Collateral Bfancn living. Grandchildren of the late Sir Orford Gordon, gth baronet : Issue of the late Julia Charlotte Mackenzie, by her marriage with the Rev. William Churchill, of Muston, and Colliton House, Dorchester : William, b. 1840; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. Club, New University. Orford, R.N.,b. 1842 ; became Capt. 1887 : in. 1872, Edith Maria, da. of A. W. Preston, Esq., and has issue living, John Preston, b. 1883, Edith Mary Preston, b. 1873, Sibyl Evelyn Preston, b. 1878, Eleanor Constance Preston, b. 1889. Mackenzie, b. 1848 ; is Lieut.-Col. (h.p.), and D.A.A.G. Ceylon Rev. Cameron, b. 1829; ed. at Winchester Coll., and at Oxford Univ.; formerly Bar.-at-Law; is V. of Crockham
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