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534 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. TEMPLE, Creation 1876, of The Nash, Kempsey, co. Worcester. Sir RICHARD TEMPLE, G. C.S.I., C.I.E., M.P., D.C.L., LL.D., 1st Baronet, son of the late Richard Temple, Esq., of The Nash, Kempsey, Worcester; b. March 8th, 1828; ed. at Rugby, and at Haileybury ; entered B.C.S. 1847 : has been British Resident at Court of Nizam of the Deccan at Hyderabad, Foreign Sec. to Govt. of India, and Sec. to Order of the Star of India; was Financial Member of Govt. of India 1868-74, Lieut.-Gov. of Bengal 1874-7, Gov. of Bombay 1877-80 (thanked by Gov. -Gen. in Council for services rendered during Afghan wars 1878-9-80), and Vice-Chm. of London School Board 1885-8; unsuccessfully contested Worcestershire E. (C) 1880; sat as M. P. for S., or Evesham, Div. of Worcestershire 1885-92, since when he has sat for Kingston Div. of Surrey ; C.S.I. 1867, K.C.S.I. 1868, G.C.S.I. and C.I.E. 1877, Hon. D.C.L. Ox- ford 1880, Hon. LL.D. Camb. 1883, and McGill Univ., Montreal, 1884 ; late Pres. of National Association for Promotion of Social Science ; is a J.P. for Worcestershire : m. 1st, 1849, Charlotte Frances, who d. 1855, da. of Ben Martindale, Esq., of London; andly, 1871, Mary Augusta, C.I., da. of Charles Robert Lindsay, Esq., formerly of B.C.S. [see E. Crawford, colls.], and has Templa quam dilecta. How beloved are thy temples. Quarterly : ist and 4th, or, an eagle displayed sable ; 2nd and 3rd, argent, two bars sable each charged with three martlets or. Crest On a ducal coronet or, a martlet or. Seats The Nash, Kempsey, Worcestershire ; Heath Brow, Hampstead, N.W. Clubs Carlton, Athenaeum, Bachelors'. Sons living By 1st marriage RICHARD CARNAC, b. Oct. isth, 1850 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Hall, Camb. ; is Major I.S.C., Dep. Commr., Burmah, Pres. of Rangoon Municipality, and Comdt. Rangoon Artillery Vol. ; sometime Lieut. -Col. Comdg. Upper Burmah Vol. Rifles ; served in Afghan campaign 1878-9 (medal and mentioned in despatches), and in Burmah War 1887-9 (medal with two clasps) : m. 1880, Agnes Fanny, and da. of Maj.-Gen. George Archimedes Searle, formerly of M.S. C., and has issue living, Richard Durand, b. 1880, Ethel Godiva. Residence, Rangoon, Burmah. Clubs, Naval and Military, St. George's. Henry Martindale, />. 1853 ; ed. at Harrow; is Major I.S.C.,and Political Agent at Khelat. Residence, Khelat, Beluchistan, India. Club, Naval and Military. By 2nd marriage Charles Lindsay, b. 1871. Daughter living By 1st marriage Edith Frances. Brothers living John Alexander, b. 1842 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll., and at Addiscombe ; is Col. I.S.C. : m. 1876, Elizabeth, da. of the late Rev. J. Mathias, and has issue living, Percy de Luders, b. 1881, Maud Elizabeth, b. 1880. Club, East India United Service. Edward, b. 1843 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. George Theodore, b. 1847 ; is a retired Lieut. R.N. : m. 1880, Philippa Desiree, da. of Herr Philip H. Schwensen, of Hasvig, Norway, and has issue living, Harald Markham, b. 1882, Charles Gordon, b. 1885, George Lee, b. 1892, Mary Penelope, b. 1887. Residence, Solheim, Cumberland Park, Acton. Club, National Union. Henry Francis, b. 1851 : >n. 1883, Louisa Smith. Residence, Fort Peddie, S. Africa. Sisters living Harriette Penelope: m. 1872, J. W. Willis Bund, Esq., J.P. Residences, Wick Episcopi, Worcester; 90, Belgrave Road, S.W. Augusta Anna. Deus dabit vela. TENNANT, Creation 1885, of The Glen, co. Peebles, and St. Rollox, in City of Glasgow. God win fin the sail*. $ir CHARLES TENNANT, ist Baronet, son of the late John Tennant, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of St. Rollox, co. Lanark; b, Nov. 4th, 1823; is a J.P. and a D.L. for cos. Peebles and Lanark; sat as M.P. for Glasgow (L] 1879-80, and for Peeblesshire and Selkirkshire 1 880-6, when he was defeated ; unsuccessfully contested Lanarkshire, Partick Div. (Z(7) 1890 : m. 1849, Emma, da. of Richard Winsloe, Esq., of Mount Nebo, Taunton, and has issue. ^rms Argent, two crescents in fesse sable, on a chief of the second a boar's head couped in pale of the first ; a bordure compony of the second and first. Crtst A mast with a sail hoisted proper. Seats The Glen, Innerleithen, N.B. ; St. Rollox, Glasgow. Town Residence 4^0, Grosvenor Square, W. Clubs Brookes' Reform, Bur- lington, National Liberal. ____- Sons living EDWARD PRIAULX, b. May 3 ist, 1859: ed. at Trin. "^S-i*^ Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886); unsuccessfully contested Lanark- shire, Partick Div. (LG) 1892. Clubs, Brooks's, Bachelors'. Francis John, b. 1861 : m. 1886, Annie Geraldine, da. of John Marriner Redamyne, Esq., of South Dene, co. Durham, and has issue living, John Edward Alister, b. 1800, Frances Lucy, b. 1887, Geraldine Bryde, b. 1889. Residence, Hyndford House, North Berwick. Club, Brooks's. Harold John, b. 1865 ; appointed Assist. Private Sec. to Sec. of State for Home Depart. Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith) Sept. 1892 : ,,.