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at the Court of St. German's, having waived certain His eldest son m. 1859 Augusta Caroline, 2nd dau. stipulations in bis favour, and that of other military of Colonel the Hon. John St. Vincent Saumarez, officers, contained in the treaty of Limerick. and niece to Lord Saumarez.

BROMLEY, Sir Henry, Bart. BOUGHTON, Sir Charles Henry Rouse, Bart. Has a son and heir Henry, b. 1849. Appointed High Sheriff of Shropshire 1860.

BROOKE, Sir Richard, Bart. BOUGHTON-KNIGHT, Andrew Johnes Rouse, The post-town of Norton Priory is Preston brook.

Esq. (of Downton Castle). The late Thomas Andrew Knight, Esq., was of BROOKE, Sir Victor Alexander, Bart. Downton Castle as well as Wormsley Grange. Not Victor Arthur. Was educated at Harrow. Mr. Boughton-Knight (who is High Sheriff of co. Hereford for 1860) m. 1858 Eliza, 3rd dau. of the BROUGHAM, William, Esq. late J. M. Severne, Esq., of Thenford House, co. The title of Lord Brougham was regranted, March, Northampton, and has a son and heir, b. 1859.

1860, with remainder, to the above gentleman, and

his issue male. BOULTBEE, Joseph Moore, Esq. (of Springfield).

BROUGHTON, Sir Henry Delves, Bart. His wife, Lady Elizabeth Margaret, is co-heir of the

Served as High Sheriff for co. Stafford 1859. Baronies of Ferrars de Chartley and Compton.

BROWN, Sir George, Knt. BOWEN, Robert Cole, Esq. (of Bowen's Court).

Appointed to command the Forces at Dublin 1860. For 'Galway' read 'Galwey,' for 'Guillin' read "Gwillim.'

BROWN, Douglas, Esq.
BOWER, Robert, Esq., of Welham.

Add address--Arncliffe Hall, co. York.
His eldest son is a Dep. Lieut. for the E. Riding of BRUCE, Hon. Robert.

Became a Major-General 1859.
BOWYER, Sir George, Bart.

BULLER, Major-General Frederick Thomas. Lady Bowyer d. 1844.

The reader is requested to correct the following

errors in dates : for 1816 read 1814, and for 1850 BOYSE, Rev. Richard (of Bannow House).

read 1854. His father was the late General F. W. His son and heir d. 1859.

Buller, of Pelynt and Lanreth, co. Cornwall, and

younger brother of the late Admiral Sir E. Búller, BRADSTREET, Sir John Valentine, Bart. Bart., of Trenant Park, Cornwall.

m. 1836 Josefa, dau. of Don Vincente Xavier de Vinnessa, D. L. of Burgos, Spain. His brother and BULLOCK, Jonathan, Esq. (of Faulkbourne

Hall). heir pres. m. 18— Emily, dau. of General de Gaja, of Pau, France.

His eldest son d. 1859.

BRADY, John, Esq.

BUNBURY, Colonel Kane. Is a Magistrate for co. Leitrim ; his wife d. 1860. His mother was Katharine, 2nd dau. of Redmond

Kane, Esq., of Dublin. BRISBANE, Sir Thomas Macdougall, Bart.

BURRELL, Sir Charles, Bart. d. 1860, when his title became extinct.

His eldest son was educated at Westminster and BRISTOL, Marquis of.

Ch. Cb., Oxford, and is a Magistrate and Dep.

Lieut. for Sussex ; his residence is Woodyates, near Add to address, 20, Sussex Square, Kemp Town,

Horsham, Sussex. Brighton.

BURTON, Sir Charles William Cuffe, Bart. BROADLEY, Miss (of Welton House).

Heir Pres., his brother.
The asterisk should be omitted. The post-town
of Welton House is Brough, East Yorkshire, not BUTE, the Marchioness of.

d. 1859. BRODIGAN, Francis, Esq., of Pilton House.

BUXTON, Sir Thomas Fowell, Bart. It will be seen by Burke's “Dormant Peerage,” that from intermarriage with the Cheevers family of

Add to address-Warlies Park, near Waltham Macetown Castle, co. Meath, the present F. Bro

Abbey digan is a lineal descendant in the maternal line of Viscount MountLeinster and Baron Bannow, in the CADOGAN, Hon. Frederick William. peerage of Ireland, who died, without male issue, A son b. April, 1859.


CALCUTT, Francis McNamara, Esq. (of St. | CHILDERS, John Walbanke, Esq.

His son and heir, Rowland Francis, is deceased. Read 'was' for 'has been' M.P. for co. Clare 1857-9.

CHISHOLM (of Erchless Castle). CALDWELL, Sir —, Bart.

James S. Chisholm, Esq., of Williamstown, Glen

garry, in Canada West, was served heir to this This title is dormant and unclaimed.

property 1860. CAMDEN, Marquis.

CLAPCOTT, George Bunter, Esq. (of Keyn. His son, the Earl of Brecknock, is a Dep. Lieut. stone). for Kent.

After Dowland insert D.D. Mr. Clapcott wa

educated at Eton and Wadham Coll., &c.; his son CAMPBELL, Lord.

John is in Holy Orders. His eldest son s. to his mother's peerage of Stratheden 1860.

CLARKE, Sir Philip H., Bart.

Insert as address-Whetstone, near Barnet, Herts. CAMPBELL, Sir Angus, Bart. Is a Dep. Lieut. for co. Argyll.

CLIFTON, Sir Arthur Benjamin.

Add to address—52, Old Steine, Brighton. CAMPBELL, Sir Archibald Ava, Bart.

Add to address — 10, Carlton Crescent, South COBBOLD, John, Esq. (of Holywells). ampton.

d. 1860. CAMPBELL, Sir Archibald Islay, Bart.

CODRINGTON, William W., Esq. Is also a Dep. Lieut. for co. Argyll.

Has a son and heir, b. 1859. CAMPBELL, Colin Yorke, Esq.

COKE, Hon. Edward Keppel. Is a Dep. Lieut, for co. Argyll.

Served as High Sheriff for co. Derby 1859. CAMPBELL, J. F., Esq. (late of Islay).

COLCLOUGH, Mrs. Appointed a Groom of the Privy Chamber 1860. Her husband, John Thomas Rossborough, Esq., is

appointed High Sheriff of co. Wexford 1860. CAMPERDOWN, Earl of. d. 1859.

COLEBROOKE, Sir Thomas Edward, Bart. CAREW, George Henry Warrington, Esq. (of

Add to address-Ottershaw Park, Chertsey, Surrey. Crowcombe Court). Has a son and heir, 6. 1860.

COLLINS, Rev. Thomas (of Knaresborough).

His eldest son James d. 1859,
CARROLL, John, Esq. (of Merville).
Add to address-Farm Hill, co. Sligo.

COLT, the Rev. Sir Edward Harry Vaughan,

Bart. CARYSFORT, Earl of.

His brother Thomas Archer was b. in 1815. Add to address-Elton Hall, near Stilton, Hunts.

COLTHURST, Sir George Vesey, Bart. CATHCART, Earl.

For "Vesey'read “Conway. After · Kerry' After Carlton' read and United Service Club.'

add 'and á Dep. Lieut. for co. Cork; was High

Sheriff of co. Cork 1850.' CHADWICK, John De Healey Mavesyn, Esq. (of Healey).

Has a son and heir, b. 1859.

Is also Colonel of the London Artillery.
CHAPMAN, Sir Benjamin James, Bart.
Insert 'Heir, his son Montagu Richard, b. 1853.'

COMBE, Boyce, Esq. (of Hill House),

Eldest surviving son of the late Harvey Christian CHARLTON-MEYRICK, Thomas, Esq. (of Combe, Esq., of Cobham Park, Surrey, M.P. for Bush).

London, by Catherine Christian, dau. of Boyce Is a Dep. Lieut. for co. Pembroke.

Tree, Esq., of Mile End; b. 1789; n. 1815 Caro

line, youngest dau, of the Rev. Evan Jones, of TreCHAYTOR, Sir William Richard Carter, Bart.

wythen, and Vicar of Aberhavesp, co. Montgo. Instead of Croft Hall’read 'Scrafton Lodge,'co. mery. Educated at Harrow; is a Barrister and York.

Bencher of Gray's Inn, and Police Magistrate at

Southwark. — Hill House, Hambledon, Hants ; CHERMSIDE, Sir Robert Alexander, M.D. Atheneum and Reform Clubs, S.W.; 43, Upper

In address erase 3, Rue Taitbout, Paris,' and Seymour Street, W. insert ‘Oxford.'

Heir, his son Boyce Harvey (of Oaklands), 6. 1816 ; m. 1850 Ann, dau. of the late Hercules | CRAVEN, William George, Esq. (of BromSharpe, Esq., J.P., of Oaklands, Sussex, and grand- bridge House). dau. of Sir Antony Brabazon, Bart., of Brabazon His appointment as High Sheriff of Hants canPark, co. Mayo, and has issue; educated at Rugby; celled Feb. 1860. formerly in the E.I. Co.'s Cavalry ; is a Magistrate for Sussex.

CREAGH, Sir Michael, Knt. CONROY, Sir E.

Appointed Colonel 73rd foot 1860. Add to address--Bettifield, near Elphin, co. Ros- CROFT, Sir John, Bart. common.

Address — for ‘Milgate, near Maidstone,' read

• Dodington, Kent.' CONYNGHAM, Lord Francis Nathaniel. Was not educated at Eton.


For · Baronets of Mohill, co. Longford,' read 'BaCOOKE, Sir William Ridley Charles, Bart. ronets of Mohill and Longford.'.

m. 1855 Harriet Elvise, dau, of the late Rev. Jonathan Trebeck.

CROMPTON, John Ball, Esq. (of Duffield Hall).

d. 1859. COOPER, William Dodge Cooper, Esq. (of Tod. dington Manor).

CROMPTON, John Gilbert, Esq. His grandson, William Smith Cooper, m. 1859 Leila The late Gilbert Crompton, Esq., was J.P. and Houssemaye, 2nd dau. of Thomas Du Boulay, D.L. for co. Derby. Add to pote-See Quarterly Esq., of West Lawn, Sandgate.

Review for Jan. 1860. COOTE, Sir Charles, Bart.

CROSS, Maxwell, Esq. (of Darton). m. 184- Miss Smith, of Harcourt Street, Dublin. Is High Sheriff of co. Armagh 1860. CORBET, Dryden Robert, Esq. (of Sundorne CROSSE, Thomas Bright, Esq. (of Shaw Hill). Castle).

His eldest son Thomas Richard, m. 1860 Lady Mary d. 1859.

Stuart, eldest dau, of the Earl of Castle Stuart.

CORNEWALL, Sir Velters, Bart.

CROWDER, Sir Richard Budden, Knt. For ‘Moccas Court, near Weobley, Herefordshire,' d. 1859. read · Moccas Court, near Hereford.'

CROWE, Wainwright, Esq. (of Cahircalla). COWPER, Right Hon. William Francis.

Is High Sheriff of co. Clare 1860. Was appointed President of the Board of Trade 1859, of Public Works 1860.

CUBITT, George, Esq. (of Denbies).

Elected M.P. for West Surrey 1860. COX, Sir Hawtrey, Bart. m. 1859 Elizabeth, widow of H. Hore, Esq. CUNYNGHAME, Sir David Thurlow, Bart.

His eldest son became Captain 32nd foot 1859. COX, Edward Townsend, Esq. (of Balsall Heath).

For 'Mary' read 'Elizabetb,' 'for 6th Earl by CURLING, William, Esq.
Derby' read '6th Earl of Derby.'

Is High Sheriff of co. Montgomery 1860.
COX, William Sands, Esq., F.R.S.

CURRIE, Henry, Esq. To address add-24, Temple Row, Birmingham. His son and heir, Henry William, m. 1859 Flora

Heir Pres., his cousin Thomas (son of the Rev. Caroline, eldest dau. of the Hon. and Ven. ArchThomas Cox, M.A., Rector of Kimcote, co. Leices- deacon Yorke. ter, b. 1832; is M.A. of Oriel Coll., Oxford).

CURTIS, Sir Lucius, Bart.
CRAMPTON, Sir John Fiennes Twisleton,

Add to address - East Cosham, Hants. m. 1860 Mademoiselle Victoire Balfe.

Add to CURTIS, Sir William, Bart. address-Lough Bray, Enniskerry, co. Wicklow.

Alter address to–Caynham Court, near Ludlow. CRANBOURNE, Lord. (See under Salisbury, Marquis of.)

CUTHBERT, William, Esq. (of Beaufront

Castle). CRAUFURD-POLLOK, Sir Hew, Bart.

Is High Sheriff of Northumberland 1860. For 'Craufurd’ read · Crawfurd,' for 'eldest' read

second,' for 'Captain Hugh Craufurd' read .Cap- DACRES, Sir Richard James, K.C.B. tain Sir Hugh Crawfurd, Bart.,' for ‘1796' read Was appointed Commander of Artillery at Wool* 1794,' and for · Paisley' read "Glasgow.'

wich 1859.

DALKEITH, Earl of.

DE BURGHO, Sir Richard Donellan, Bart. m. 1859 Louisa, dau. of the 2nd Marquis of For ‘s. 1844,' read 's. 1835.' Sir Richard is a A bercorn, K.G.

Dep. Lieut. for co. Limerick, and Major co.

Limerick Militia (High Sheriff 1855).
DALLING, Sir William Windham, Bart.
For 'b. 178-,' read 'b. 1774.' Sir William was

DE CRESPIGNY, Sir Claude William ChamHigh Sheriff of Norfolk 1819, and was formerly

pion, Bart. Lieutenant-Colonel 3rd Foot-guards.

Is Captain 6th Company Essex Rifle Volunteers ;

his present address is Wyvenhoe Hall, near ColDALRYMPLE, Sir Adolphus John, Bart.

chester, Essex. The address, 129, Park Street, should be omitted.

DE GREY, Earl. DALRYMPLE, Sir Hew Hamilton, Bart.

d. 1859, and is succeeded by his nephew, the Earl Addresses :-Luchy House, North Berwick, near

of Ripon, who is now Earl De Grey and Ripon. Haddington, N.B. ; Junior United Service Club, DE LA CHEROIS, Daniel, Esq. (of Donaghadee). S.W.

This gentleman is kinsinan, not brother, of N. DALYELL, Sir William Cunningham Caven. De la Cherois-Crommelin, Esq., of Carrowdore dish, Bart.

Castle. The address, 'Binns House,' should be 'The Binns.'

DE LA WARR, Earl. DARELL, Rev. Sir William Lionel, Bart.

His son, Lord West, was educated at Harrow; for For eldest' read eldest surviving.'

*1832' read “1833; for 21st regiment' read

21st Fusiliers ;' after 'Ferozeshah' add 'and SoDARROCH, Duncan (of Gourock).

braon.' He was promoted to Colonel 1855, and His son and heir is Lieutenant Cambridge Univer

commanded a brigade at Shorncliffe, with temposity Volunteers.

rary rank of Major-General, 1856-8. DARWIN, Sir F. S., Knt.

DENNY, Sir Edward, Bart. d. 1859.

Was High Sheriff co. Kerry 1829; he m. lst Sarah,

dau. of Thomas Grant, Esq., of Sobberton, Hants; DASHWOOD, Sir George, Bart.

2nd, &c., as in the text. For 'Aspringe,' read Was High Sheriff of Oxon 1830; formerly an officer 'Ospringe, Kenti' in the 3rd Foot-guards; is Patron of 3 livings.Address, Kirklington Park, near Oxford.

DENT, John Dent, Esq. (of Ribston Hall).

Read, was M.P. for Scarborough 1857-9, re-elected DAVIES, A. H. Saunders, Esq. (of Pentre).

m. 1860 Frances, 4th dau. of the late Grismond
Philipps, Esq., of Cwmgwilly, co. Carmarthen. DERING, Sir Edward Cholmeley, Bart.

For eldest' read 'only.'
DAVIES, John Lloyd, Esq. (of Altyr Odin),
And his wife, both d. 1860.

DEVON, Earl of.

The reader is requested to make the following corDAWSON, Edward Finch, Esq. (of Whatton

rections : for the late Countess of Rothes' read House).

• Sir Lucas Pepys, Bart., and Henrietta, Countess Has retired from the Army; he is a Magistrate of Rothes.' The Earl was M.P. for South Devon for co. Leicester.

till 1848, when be was appointed a Poor Law

Inspector, and in 1851 Joint Secretary of the PoorDAWSON, Pudsey, Esq. (of Hornby Castle). Law Board. His Lordship is Patron of 7 livings.

d. 1859. Captain Richard Pudsey Dawson has a For the paragraph relating to the descent of the son, 6, 1859.

Courtepays, read as follows, — This family is de.

scended froin the Lord of Courtenai, in France, and DAYMAN, John, Esq. (of Mambury).

through the ancient Counts de Sens, probably from d. 1859, and is succeeded by his son John.

Pharamond, the founder of the French monarchy.

The Earl's address in Ireland is Newcastle Castle, DE BATHE, Sir William Plunkett, Bart.

co. Limerick ; and he has another seat, Ford House, Omit ' Captain and Lieutenant.'

near Newton Abbott, Devon, DE BEAUVOIR, Sir John Edmond Benyon, DICKINS, Charles Scrase, Esq. Bart.

Was nominated High Sheriff of Sussex 1860. His brother and heir pres. was b. 1812.

DICKSON, Colonel Samuel Auchmuty (of Croon DE BLAQUIERE, Lord.

Castle). Erase from address, Portlemon, near Mullingar, After • Dallas, K.C.B' read 'and nephew of the co. Westmeath, which belongs to another branch late Sampel Dickson, Esq., who was M.P. for co. of the family.

Limerick 1849-50.'

DIGBY, George Digby Wingfield, Esq. (of | DYKE, Sir Percyvall Hart, Bart.
Sherborne Castle).

After .eldest son of the late Sir Percyvall Hart' Is High Sheriff of Dorset 1860.

insert .Dyke.' DISNEY, Edgar, Esq.

EBRINGTON, Viscount. His son and heir, Edgar John, m. 1859 Lilias Was called to the House of Peers in his father's

Charlotte, youngest dau. of the Rev. H. Buckley. Barony of Fortescue, 1859. DODSON, John George, Esq. (of Hurstpier- ELCHO, Lord. point).

Is a Major London Scottish Volunteers. Is a Dep. Lieut. for Sussex. He has a daughter ELGIN, the Dowager Countess of. b. 1859.

d. 1860. DOHERTY, Sir Richard, Knt.

ELLIOT, Colonel John, of Barley House. Add ‘is head and representative of the old Irish

d. 1859. house of O'Dogherty, descended from the ancient Lords of Innishowen.'

ELLIOT, Hon. George, C.B.
DOMVILE, Sir Charles Compton William, Was M.P. for co. Roxburgh 1833-4.

Is High Sheriff of co. Dublin 1860.


Is G.C.B. DOMVILLE, Sir William, Bart.

For ‘a dau. of A. Finney, Esq.' read "Sally, dau. ELPHINSTONE, Hon. Mountstuart. of Archibald Finney, Esq.' Tbis family is de.

d. 1859. scended from the Domvilles of Lymme, co. Chester, ELTON, Sir Arthur Hallam, Bart. of whom they are the only known representatives in the male line. His son and heir, James Graham,

His brother and heir pres. Edmund William, d. is a Magistrate and Dep. Lieut. for Sussex.


ELWOOD, Colonel Charles William (of Clayton DORCHESTER, Lord.

Priory). Was educated at Winchester.

d. 1860. DOUGLAS, Sir John, K.C.B. (cr. 1859).

EMERSON-TENNENT. 6. 1815. Entered the Army 1833 ; is Colonel 79th

(See Tennent.) foot.

ERRINGTON, Rowland, Esq. (of Stanhoe). DOUGLAS, Francis Brown, Esq.

His wife d. 1859. Was appointed Lord Provost of Edinburgh 1859.

EVANS, Nicholas, Esq. (of Lough Park). DOUGLAS-PENNANT, Hon. Edward Gordon. His son and heir, Usher Williamson, m. 1859 His town address is Mortimer House, Halkin

Caroline Fanny, 3rd dau, of the late Captain Boyle Street, S.W. Under his son's name for ‘Lieu

Travers, Rifle Brigade, and grand-dau, of the late tenant' read 'Captain.'

Rev. Julius Drake Brockman, Rector of Cheriton,

Kent. DOVER, Lady.

EVELYN, William John, Esq. (of Wotton). d. 1860.

Is High Sheriff of Surrey 1860. DRUMMOND, Charles Home, Esq. (of Aber. cairny).

EWING, Humphry Ewing Crum, Esq. (of Has assumed the additional name of Moray after Strathleven). that of Drummond ; the date of his birth is 1813. His son and heir is Captain Lanarkshire Rifle

Volunteers. DRUMMOND, Henry, Esq. (of Albury Park). d. 1860,

FAIRLIE, Sir Percy Arthur Cuningham, Bart.

m. 1839 Maria Antonia, dau. of the Hon. William DUCKWORTH, William, Esq.

Beaumont Fellow, of Lower Canada. Is also a Magistrate for Wilts. This family was

Heir, his son Charles Arthur Cunningham,

b. 1846. formerly of Beechwood, Hants. DUKINFIELD, Lady.

FAIRFAX, Sir Henry, Bart. Add to address—'Little Munden, near Ware,

d. 1860. Herts.'

FARQUHAR, Sir Walter Rockcliff, Bart. DUNN, John, Esq. (of Berrywood).

The names of his son and heir are not ‘Thomas For Carlton' read Oriental Club, W.'

Henry,' but 'Henry Thomas.'

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