The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Carr-Gomm, Francis Culling

Carr-Gomm, Francis Culling. V.D.; I.C.S. (Retd.) 2nd s. of late Rev. T. W. Carr of Southboro, b. 1834; m. 1st, Jeanie (d. 1869), d. of Maj. E. Francklyn; two s. one d,; 2nd, 1876, Emily Blanche (d. 1909). d. of late A. Morton Carr, Barrister at law; two s. one d; entered Madras C.S., 1855; for many years District Judge of Tinnevelly; retired, 1882; Barrister, Inner Temple, 1869; J.P. and D.L., Bucks; late Chairman of London Hospital; Hon. Col. 3rd V.B. “The Queen’s” R.W. Surrey. Mrs. Carr-Gomm was Lady of the Manor of Ratherhithe. They assumed by Royal Licence the surname and arms of Gomm, 1878. Publications: Life of Sir William Gomm; Handbook of Administrations of Nineteenth Century; Records of the Parish of Farnham Royal. Address: The Chase, Farnham Royal, Bucks; 2, Buckingham Palace Gardens, S.W. Clubs: East India United Service, Union.