DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 533 TEMPEST, Creation 1866, of Heaton, near Bolton, Lancashire. Sir CHARLES HENRY TEMPEST, ist Baronet, son of the late Henry Tempest, Esq., of Newland Park, York- shire ; b. Jan. 5th, 1834; ed. at Stonyhurst Coll. ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Lancashire and W. Riding of York: m. ist, 1862, Cecilia Elizabeth, who d. 1865, da. of John Hubert Washington Hibbert, Esq., of Bilton Grange, Rugby; 2ndly, 1874, Harriette, whom he divorced 1878, da. of Capt. Rowland Hill Gordon, formerly of 42nd Highlanders, and has issue by 1st marriage. ^rots Argent, a bend between six martlets sable. Cnst A griffin's head erased , per pale argentand sable, btak gules. Residence Broughton Hall, Skipton-in-Craven. Loywf as thow fynds. Love as thoufindest. Daughter living Ethel Mary. Brother living Arthur Cecil, b. 1837 ; formerly Major nth Hussars r is a J.P. for Lincolnshire, and a County Councillor for Kesteven Div. of Lincolnshire, Navenby Div. : m. 1873, Eleanor Blanche, da. of the late Edward Horner Reynard, Esq., of Sunderland- wick, near Great Driffield, and has issue living, Roger Stephen, b. 1876, Blanche Cecil, b. 1874. Residence, Coleby Hall, Lincoln. Clubs, Army and Navy, Boodle's, Pratt's. Sister living Jemima Monica Mildred : m. 1867, Col. Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie (formerly 3rd Batn. E. Lancashire Regt.), and has issue living, Edmund Arthur Le Gendre, b. 1871, Piers Cecil Le Gendre, b. 1882. Residences, Huntroyde, Padiham ; Lovely Hall, Blackburn. Charles Robert Tempest, Esq., of Broughton, was created a baronet 1841, but his title became extinct at his death in 1866, and his nephew was created a baronet the same year. TEMPLE, Creation 1611, of Stowe, Buckinghamshire. Sir GRENVILLE Louis JOHN TEMPLE, i2th Baronet; b. Jan. 5th, 1858 ; s. his father, Sir GRENVILLE LEOFRIC, 1860 ; ed. at Wellington Coll. ; formerly Lieut. 2nd Batn. Lancashire Fusiliers. Junns Quarterly : ist and 4th, or, an eagle displayed sable, being the arms of the Heptarchal kingdom of Mercia ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, two bars sable, each charged with three martlets or, Temple. Crest On a ducal coronet a martlet or. Residence Sister living Godiva : m. 1883, Capt. Grunert, German Army (Baden Corps). Aunts living (daughters of loth Baronet) Blanche Adeelah : m. 1860, Lieut. -Col. Zepf, of the German Army (Baden Corps), who d. 1889. Templa quam dilecta. Rosalie Millicent. How beloved are thy Collateral Branches living. temples. Issue of the late Capt. Algar Bowdoin Temple, B.S.C., 3rd son of roth baronet, b. 1833, d. 18 : m. 1858, Minnie, da. of Capt. Frederick Knowles : GRENVILLE EDWYN, b. 1860; ed. at Marlborough Coll. ; is Capt. Sherwood Foresters (Derby- shire Rfcgt.), and Adj. of its 4th Vol. Batn. : m. 1890, Mary Lilian, da. of Col. William Saunn Brooke, I.S.C. Issue of the late Lieut. -Col. John Temple, 2nd son of gth baronet, b. 1801, d. 1871 : m. ist, 1828, Jane Dorothea, who d. 1851, da. of the late John Marshall, Esq., M.P. ; zndly, 1857, Celia Anne, da. of Peter Horrocks, Esq., of Chertsey : (By ist marriage), Edwyn Frederick, b. 1835 ; formerly Capt. 55th Regt. : m. 1863, Caroline Maria, da. of Gen. Budgen, and has issue living. Residence, Castlewood, Geraldine, New Zealand.^ Matilda Dorethea : m. 18 , Mons. Boursier, who d. 18 , of Marseilles. Laura Caecilia in. 1862, Herbert Marshall, Esq. Residence, Gayton Hall, Ross, Herefordshire. Gertrud Alice Cordelia : m. 1872, Adam Samuel Forster, Esq. Residence, Villa Coeli, Biarritz. This family derives its name from the manor of Temple, in Leicestershire, and traces its descent to Leofric, Earl of Chester, temp. Edward the Confessor, who married the celebrated Godiva, the heroine of Coventry. From Leofric was lineally descended Peter Temple, who became Lord of the Manor of Stowe, Bucks, temp. Edward VI. He had two sons ; the elder, John, was father of the ist baronet of Stowe. and from Anthony, the younger, descended the Viscounts Palmerston. The 2nd and 3rd baronets each represented Buckingham in Parliament. The 4th baronet died without issue. His peerage descended by special remainder to his sister, afterwards created Countess Temple. The baionetcy was, by the advice of the then Duke of Buckingham, assumed, after the death of the 7th br.ronet, by John Temple, Esq., a descendant of the 2nd baronet.
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