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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 479 Anglesey Engineer Militia, Richard Molyneux Julius, 6. 1865, Howard Fiennes Julius, R.N,, b 1868 ; became a Lieut. i8c)i, George Guy Singleton, b. 1874, Frederica Julia. Residence, South Ockendon Rectory, Romford. Issue of the late Robert Hibbert Bartholomew Rowley, Esq., Com. R.N., b. 1817, d. 1860: in. 1845, Donna Juanita di Latzona : Several sons and daus. Grandchildren of the late Capt. Richard Freeman Rowley (ante) : Issue of the late Capt. John Angerstein Rowley, b. 1834, d. 1870 : m. 1860, Georgiana Augusta, nee Catania, who d. 1890, widow of Stewart Strogan, Esq. : John Richard Frederick, b. 1864. Georgia Mina. The ist baronet, Adm. Sir Charles, G.C.B., was fourth son of Sir Joshua Rowley, ist baroret (creation 1786), of Tendring Hall. Rugge-Price, see Price. RUMBOLD, Creation 1779, of Wood Hall, Watton, Herts. Sir HORACE RUMBOLD, G.C.M.G., 8th Baronet; b. July and, 1829 ; s. his brother, Sir CHARLES HALE, 1877 ; entered the Diplo. Ser. 1849; employed on special service at Ragusa 1858, and in same year became Sec. of Legation in China ; brought home in 1859 despatches with particulars of the Peiho affair, and of attack on Takoo Forts ; was Sec. of Legation at Athens 1862-4, and at Berne 1864-8, .Sec. of Embassy at St. Petersburg 1868-71, and at Constantinople 1871-2, Min. Resident and Consul-Gen, in Chili 1872-8, and to Swiss Con- federation 1878-9, and Envoy Extraor. and Min. Plen. to Argentine Republic 1879-81, to Stockholm 1881-5, an d to Athens 1885-8, when he was transferred to The Hague; Virtutis laus actio. K.C.M.G. 1886, G.C.M.G. 1892: m. ist, 1867, Caroline Praise is the excitement Barney, who d. 1872, da. of George Harrington, Esq., of of virtue. Washington, U.S.A., formerly U.S. Min. at Berne ; 2ndly, 1881, Louisa Anne, da. of Thomas Russell Crampton, Esq., and widow of Capt. St. George Francis Caulfeild _see E. Charlemont, colls.], and has issue. 5rms Or, on a chevron gules three cinquefoils erminois ; a canton of the second charged with a leopard's face of the field. JDrest A demi-lion rampant erminois. Residences British Legation, The Hague; 127, Sloane Street, S.W. Clubs White's, Turf, Travellers', St. James's. Sons living By 1st marriage HORACE GEORGE MONTAGU, t. Feb. s th, 1869 ; ed. at Eton ; is an Attache in Diplo. Ser. William Edwin, b. 1870 ; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad., Wool- wich ; is Lieut. R.A. George, b. 1871 ; formerly a Midshipman R.N. By 2nd marriage Hugh Cecil Levinge, b. 1884. Brother living William, b. TF^T; formerly Lieut. Grenadier Guards : m. 1853, Nadine, who d. 1889, Labanoff de Rostoff. Residence, Florence. Sister living Emily Victorine Elizabeth: ;//. ist, 1848, George Henry Cavendish, Esq., whoa'. 1889; marriage dissolved 1866 [see D. Devonshire, colls.] ; andly, 1870, the Comte Gaston de la Rochefoucauld. Residence, Pavilion La Rochefoucauld, Biarritz. Widow living Of 5th Baronet ELLEN ELIZA (Lady Rumbold), eldest da. of Edward Hopewell, Esq., of The Grove, Walthamstowe : m. 1868, Sir Arthur Carlos Henry Rumbold, sth baronet, who d. 1869. Residence, Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehampton. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Charles Edmund Rumbold, Esq., M.P., 4th son of ist baronet, b. 1788, d. 1857 : m. Harriet, who d. 1877, da. of John Gardner, Esq., of Ash- ford, Kent : Charles James Augustus, b. 1834 ; Patron of Bradley R., Hants : m. 1863, Agatha Ellen, da. of the late George Woodroffe Franklyn, Esq., M.P., of Lovelhill, Berks, and has issue living, Charles Edmund Arden Law, b. 1872 ; ed. at Harrow, Christian Franklyn Hales, b. 1873 ; ed. at Harrow, Agatha Mary Harriet. Residence, 38, Sussex Square, Brighton. Club, University. Henry Edmund William, b. 1837 ; formerly Lieut. 7th Foot, and Capt. 3rd Batn. Essex Regt. : tn. 1871, Ellen Schaefer, da. of Cumberland Dugan Hollins, Esq., and has issue living, Cumberland Henry Hollins, b. 1872, Edmund Law Hollins, b. 1876, Ethel Law Hollins, Annie Law Hollins. Club, Junior United Service. Grandchildren of the late Charles Edmund Rumbold, Esq., M.P. (ante): Issue of the late Thomas Henry Rumbold, Esq., b. 1835, d. 1882 : m. 1872, Katherine Lucy (now of Mill House, The Holm wood, Surrey), da. of John Bott, Esq., of Colon Hall, Stafford: Anwer Thomas Law, /;. 1873 ; is at Trin. Coll., Camb. William Richard, b. 1877. Thomas Arthur, b. 1882. Harriet Lucy Elizabeth. Katherine Cecilia. The ist baronet, Sir Thomas, sometime M.P. for Shoreham, served as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Clive at Plassey (1757), and was afterwards Governor of Madras. The 2nd baronet was H.M.'s Minister at Hamburg. The sth baronet, a Capt. in the Army, was President of Nevis 1857-63, and of the Virgin Islands 1865-9 '< ne was also a Col. in the Ottoman Army, and served with the Turkish Contingent during the Crimean war.