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Sir Frederick Darley, P.C, G.C.M.G., Lieut.-Gov. of

New South Wales : —
Sir Windham Frederick Carmichael-Anstruther, loth
Bart, of Anstruther (Nova Scotia, 6 Jan. 1700), and 7th
Bart. (Gt. Brit., 18 May 1798), Heritable Carver, and
one of the Masters of the Royal Household in Scotland
[escutcheon charged with his badge of Ulster, and
pendent below his badge of Nova Scotia. Supporters —
Two falcons with wings expanded proper, beaked and
membered gules, belled and jessed or] ; b. 30 Apr. 1902,
m. 1925, Katharine Mary, d. of the late D.A. Neilson of
Wentbridge House, Pontefract. Seat — Carmichael House,
Thankerton, Lanarkshire.

(T.C.D.), Barrister-at-Law, J. P. and D.L. co. Tyrone (High
Sheriff 1907). Born 1855, being the only son of the late
Capt. J. J. OF. Carmichael-Ferrall, J.P. (who assumed
the additional name and arms of Ferrall by Royal Licence
9 July 1852, on the death of his grandmother), by his wife
Margaret, dau. of Sir John N. Humble, ist. Bart. Ar-
morial bearings— Quarterly, I and 4, vert, a lion rampant
or (for Ferrall) ; 2 and 3, argent, a fesse wreathed gules
and azure, in chief a trefoil vert for difference (for Car-
michael), Mantling vert and or. Crests — i. out of a ducal
coronet or, a dexter hand gules (for Ferrall) ; 2. upon a
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed in armour, grasping
a broken lance all proper, charged with a trefoil or (for Car-
michael). Married, 1899, Elizabeth Emily, third dau. and
coh. of Rev. David Henry Elrington, Vicar of Swords,
CO. Dublin, formerly Lieut. 6th (Warwickshire) Regt. Seat
— Augher Castle, co. Tyrone.


CARNDUFF (L.O. ). Argent, on a saltire azure, between
an eagle displayed in chief sable and a serpent nowed in base
vert, a martlet of the first. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest^Upon a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand grasp-
ing a banner argent, charged with a saltire couped azure.
Motto— "Tenax propositi."

Eld. son of Sir Herbert William Cameron Carnduff,
Knt. Bach., CLE., Puisne Judge, High Court of
Judicature, Calcutta, b. 1862 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1888, Julia,
eld. d. of Col. Kenneth Macleod, M.D., LL.D.,
Hony. Phy. to H.M. the King :—
Kenneth MacLeod Carnduff, Esq., Lieut. R.E. , b. 1890.
Postal address—The Grey House, Meads, Eastbourne.





CARNEGIE. Or, an eagle displayed azure, armed
and membered sable, and as an honourable augmentation,
charged on the breast with a naval crown gold, and over
the eagle the word " Trafalgar." Crests. — i. The stem
of a line-of-battle ship on fire proper ; 2. out of a naval
crown or, a demi-leopard proper. Supporters — On either
side a leopard regardant proper, each holding a banner
argent, charged with the Cross of St. George, and thereon
inscribed " Britannia Victrix," stafif proper, chains
round the necks, from which is suspended on the
breast the medal of merit, presented to the Earl of
Northesk in remembrance of the victory of Trafalgar.
Uotto — " Tache sans tache."

Son of Rt. Hon. David John Carnegie, loth Earl

of Northesk, b. 1865 ; d. 192 1 ; m. 1894, Elizabeth

Boyle (Res. — Minstead Lodge, Lyndhurst), d. of

Maj.-Gen. George Hallowes, King's Own Scottish

Borderers : —

Rt. Hon. David Ludovic George Hopetown Carnegie,

nth Earl of Northesk (i Nov. 1647), Baron Rosehill and

Inglismauldie in Scotland (20 Apl. 1639), 2nd Lieut (ret.)

Coldstream Gds. Reserve of Officers, b. 1901 ; tn. 1923,

Jessica, d. of F. A. Brown, of Buffalo, U.S.A. Seat —

Ethie Castle, co. Forfar.

of Southesk, Baron Carnegie, and Baron Balinhard, and a
Baronet of Nova Scotia, J. P. and D.L. for the cos. of
Forfar and Aberdeen, D.L. co. Kincardine, late Lieut.-Col.
and Hon. Col. Forfar and Kincardine Artil. Born March 20,
1854, being the only son and heir apparent of the Rt. Hon.
Sir James Carnegie, Earl of Souihesk, K.T., by his «ife the
late Lady Catherine Hamilton Noel, second dau. of the Rt.
Hon. the ist Earl of Gainsborough. Livery — Dark blue and
silver. Armorial bearingrs — Argent, an eagle displayed
azure, armed beaked and membered gules, on its breast an
antique covered cup or, and upon an escutcheon of pretence
the arms of Bannerman, namely argent, on a fesse between
three boar's heads erased gules, as many mascles or. Mant-
liing gules, doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his
liveries, a thunderbolt proper, winged or. Motto — " Dred
God." Supporters — Two talbots argent, collared gules.
Married, August 1,1891, Ethel Mary Elizabeth, only child
and heiress of the late Sir Alexander Bannerman, 9th Bart.,
of Elswick; and has /«z/< — (i) the Hon. Sir Charles Alex-
ander Carnegie, K.C.V.O., commonly called Lord Car-
negie, Capt. Res. of Officers late Scots Gds., b. Sept. 23,
1893 [w. 1923, H. H. Princess Maud Alexandra, yr. d. of
the late Duke of Fife and H.R.H. The Princess Royal, eld.
d. of King Edward VII. (/?«.— 41 Prince's Gate, S.W.)] ;
{2) the Hon. Alexander Bannerman Carnegie, Lieut. R.N.,
b. Dec. 30, 1894 \_m. 1919, Susan Ottilia, d. of Maj. E.
Radakiowski- Rivers ; and has issue— Raymond Alexander
Carnegie, Esq., b. 1920] ; Hon. James Duthac Carnegie,
b. I -iio ; Lady Katherine Ethel [/«. 1917, Arthur Rivers
Bosanquet, K.O.R. Lanes. Regt., and has issue]; and
Lady Mary Elizabeth. Seat — Kinnaird Castle, co. Brechin.
Residences — Crimonnogate, Lonmay, Aberdeenshire ; Elsick
Kincardineshire. Clubs — Carlton, Bachelors'.

CARNEGIE (L.O., 1918). Argent, an eagle displayed
azure, beaked and memlsered gules, charged on its
breast with three mullets of the field. Mantling azure,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a thunderbolt or, winged argent. Supporters — Dexter,
a talbot argent, langued pules ; sinister, a Hon argent,
armed and langued gules, both gorged with a collar
paly or and sable. Motto — " Dred God." Livery —
Dark blue, silver buttons.

Second son of Rt. Hon. Sir James Carnegie, K.T.,

9th Earl of Southesk, of Kinnaird Castle, Brechin,

h. 1827 ; d. 1905 ; m. 2nd, i860, Susan, d. of 6th

Earl of Dunmore : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Lancelot Douglas Carnegie, P.C. (1924),

G.C.V.O. (1917). K.C.M.G. (1916), H.M. Ambassador

at Lisbon (appointed 1924), h. 1861 ; m. 1890, Marion

AUce de Goumay, d. of H, F. Barclay, Gentleman, of

Monkhams, Essex ; and has issue — James Murray

Carnegie, Esq., b. 1909 ; Mariota Susan \m. 191 1, Hugh

Gumey, Esq., C.M.G., M.V.O., q.v.~\ ; and Dorothea

Helena. Res. — British Embassy, Lisbon. Clubs — St.

James's ; Travellers'.

CARNEGIE (L.O.). Argent, an eagle displayed azure,
beaked and membered gules, charged on its breast with a
basket-hilted sword erect in pale proper, between two
mullets of the field for difference. Mantling azure,
doubled argent. Crest — A thunderbolt or, wanged
argent. Motto—" Dred God."

Third son of Rt. Hon. Sir James Carnegie, 9th Earl

of Southesk, K.T., LL.D., 5. 1827 ; d. 1905 ; by his

2nd wife, m. i860, Susan Catherine Mary {d. 1915),

d. of 6th Earl of Dunmore : —

Hon. Robert Francis Carnegie, Capt. and Brev. Major

Res. of Officers, late 2nd Batt. Gordon Highlanders,

served S. Africa, 1 899-1 901 {despatches twice ; medal

and 4 clasps) and Great War in E. Africa 1914-15, b.

1869 ; m. 1913, Violet Mabel, younger d. of the late

Philip Affleck Fraser, of ReeUg, Inverness-shire ; and has

issue — (i) David James Carnegie, Esq., b. 1915 ; (2)

Robert Murray Carnegie, Esq., b. 1917 ; (3) John

Fraser Carnegie, Esq., b. 1922. Res. — Ngobil, Gilgil,

Kenya Colony. Clubs — Carlton, Naval and Military.

CARNEGIE (L.O. , matric. 7 Nov. 1901, but cadet of
Carnegie, Earl of Southesk, being descended from sixth son
of 2nd Bart, of Pitarrow). Quarterly, i and 4, per pale or
and argent, an eagle displayed azure, armed, beaked, and
membered gules (Carnegie) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a fesse
between three otters' heads erased gules, two mullets
of the first (FuUerton of Kinnaber). Mantling azure,

doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
hand grasping a thunderbolt proper, winged or. Motto —
"Dread God. "

Onlysurv. s. of Major-Gen. George Fullerton-Carnegie,

Bengal Staff Corps, b. 1826 ; d. 1858 ; m. 1852, Maria

Priscilla, d. of Lieut.-Col. John Howard Wakefield : —

Edward Hugo Wakefield Fullerton-Carnegie, Esq.,

O.B. E., b. 5 Aug. 1870; m. 1893, Emilie, d. of Anton

Prange of Bremen ; and has issue — (i) George David

Howard Fullerton-Carnegie, Gentleman, M.C., Sec. H.M.

Diplomatic Service, late R. Highlanders, served Great War

(despatches), b. 1894 \vi. 1920, Margery, d. of Rev. R. L.

Lacey, and has issue — George Travers Fullerton-Carnegie,

Gentleman, b. 192 1 ; David Howard Fullerton-Carnegie,




Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Diana Mary] ; (2) James Edward
FuUerton-Carnegie, Gentleman, ist Lieut. The Black
Watch, b. 9 Jan. 1897. Seat — Aytoun Hill, Fife. Club —
St. James's.

wreath of the colours, a hawk's head erased proper, charged
with a cross crosslet as in the arms. Married, i888.



CARNEGY, of Lour (Matric, L.O.). Or, an eagle
displayed azure, beaked and membered sable, within
a bordure gules.

Only surv. child of Patrick Camegy, Esq., CLE.,

Commissioner Indian Civil Service, b. 1825 ; d. 1886 ;

m. 1854, Isabella Grace MacNabb, d. of Donald

Butter, of Hazelwood, Surrey : —
Isabella Eliza Butter Carnegy, b. 1862 ; m. 1881,
Francis Edward Joseph, Esq., J. P. (only son of Hon.
S. A. Joseph, M.L.C., of Sydney, N.S.W.) ; and has
issue— Ughtred Elliott Camegy, Esq., D.S.O. {1917), M.C.,
J. P. Forfarshire, late Major 3rd Dragoon Guards,
Chevalier of the Order of the Crown of Roumania [Arms
as above. Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a demi-leopard rampant proper.
Motto — " Tache sans tache."], b. 1886 [m. 1919, Violet,
M.B.E., d. of H. W. Henderson, Gentleman, of West
Woodhay House, Berks, (brother of ist Baron Faring-
don) ; and has issue — Elizabeth Patricia ; and Christian
Margaret] ; Dame Beryl Camegy White, D.B.E. (1920),
R.R.C., Lady of Justice of the Order of the Hospital of
St. John of Jerusalem in England [m. 19 14, Admiral of
the Fleet Sir Henry Francis OUver, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.,
M.V.O.]. Seat — Lour, Forfarshire.

[Mrs. Camegy succeeded to the estate of her cousin
Col. Patrick Alexander Watson-Camegy, J. P., D.L., 9th
of Lour, in 1915, and in accordance with the Deed of
Entail, she and her husband assumed the name and
arms of Camegy of Lour in lieu of Joseph.]

CARNEGY-ARBUTHNOTT (L.O.). Quarterly, i and
4, azure, a crescent between three mullets within a
bordure argent (Arbuthnott) ; 2 and 3, or, an eagle dis-
played azure, beaked and membered gules, within a
bordure vair (Camegy). Mantlings, i. azure doubled
argent; 2. azure, doubled or. Crests — i. On a wreath
of the colours, a peacock's head and neck couped proper ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a hand grasping a
thunderbolt proper. Mottoes (over) — i. " Intema pra-
stant " ; 2. " Dred God."

Third son of the late Charles Lemesle Adams, of
Pendeford Hall, Staffs., b. ; d. 1919 ; m.

Margaret, d. of Admiral H. H. Boys : —

Wilmot Boys Camegy-Arbuthnott, Esq., Lieut.-
Colonel, b. 1891 ; m. 1919, Enid, d of James Camegy
Capel-Camegy-Arbuthnott, Esq., of Balnamoon, and
Findowrie ; and has issue — David Camegy-Arbuthnott,
Gentleman, b. 1925 ; and June Mary. He assumed,
21 June 1923, the surname and arms of Camegy-Arbuth-
nott in lieu of Adams on the succession of his wife to
the estates of Balnamoon and Findowrie. Seat —
Balnamoon, nr. Brechin, Forfarshire. Clubs — Royal
Air Force, Ranelagh.

eagle displayed azure, beaked and membered gules, within
a double tressure flory counterflory of the second. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a cap of maintenance gules,
doubled ermine, a lion statant guardant sable, crowned
with a German prince's coronet or. MottO — "Tache sans

Eld. son of William Carnegy-de Balinhard, Esq. , Capt.

47th Loyal North Lanes. Regt. , b. 1835; m. i860,

Julia, d. of John Condor : —
Edward Allan Carnegy-de Balinhard, Gentleman, b. 1864.
Res. — Broddoiesse, Assa, Canada.



Batt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers. Born 1864, being the
only son of the late Captain T. C. R. Carpendale, of the
Indian Navy. Armorial bearings — Azure, two bars
between in chief three cross crosslets and in base a crescent
all or. Mantling azure and or ; and for his Crest, upon a

Louisa Sophia, only dau. of Charles Raymond Pelly of
Johnstown House, co. Dublin.

CARPENTER of Cheyne Walk (H. Coll., i Oct. 1924).
Argent, between two flaunches, a cross between in the
first and second quarters a rose all sable. Mantling
sable and argenl. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,

two lions combatant sable, holding in the forepaws'a'sun
in splendour or. Badge — Upon the stump of a tree
eradicated proper, charged with three decrescents
fessewise or, a magpie also proper. Motto — " Mens et
manus." ,




Eldest son of Richard William Carpenter, Gentle-
man, of Woolwich, b. 1824 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1857,
Mary Ann, d. of Henry Blanchard, of South-
ampton : —
Charles Claude Carpenter, Esq., C.B.E. {1920),
Knt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem, D.Sc, b. 1858 ; w. 1896, Amy Florence,
d. of Richard PhiUips. Res. — 37 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea,
S.W.3 ; The White Lodge, Sandgate, Kent.

D.L. cos. Southampton and Devon (High Slierilt for the
former county 1890), late M.P. for South Devon (1873-
1884). Born 1839, being the only son of John ( arpenter,
Esquire, of Mount Tary, Tavistock, by his wife Lucy,
daughter of Reverend VV^illiam Gamier, and in 1864 assumed
the additional surname and arms of Garnier by Royal
Licence, under the will of William Garnier of Rookesbury.
C/ud — Carlton. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms :
Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a sword bendways, point down-
wards proper, between in the sinister chief a fleur-de-lys and
in the dexter base an oak branch or, a bordure embattled
also or (for Garnier) ; 2 and 3, per pale indented or and
azure, an eagle displayed, and in chief two roundels, all
counterchanged (for Carpienter), and impaling the arms of
Trefusis, namely argent, a chevron between three spindles
sable. Crests — i. upon a wreath of the colours, in front
of a lion's head erased azure, gorged with a wreath of
oak, three fleurs-de-lys or (for Garnier) ; 2. upon a wreath
of the colours, an arm embowed in armour proper, the
hand grasping a staff or, between two wings of the last,
sem^e of estoiles azure (for Carpenter). Motto (of Car-
jienter) — " Spernit pericula virtus." Married, November
28, 1868, Mary Louisa, commonly known as the Honourable
.Mary Louisa, second daughter of the Right Honourable
Charles Rodolph Trefusis, nineteenth Baron Clinton. She
died April 5, 1903. Issue — (i) John Trefusis Carpenter-
Gamier, Esq., Major Scots Guiirds, b. 1874; killed in
action 1914 ; (2) George William Carpenter Garnier, Gentle-
man, b. 1877 [7/:. 1st, 1909, Helen (d. ion), dau. of Col.
Roland Wilson Gregory, Canadian Dragoons, of Maple-
hurst and St. Catherine's. Ontario, Canada; 2nd, 1914,
Cheston Isolda, d. of Rev. E. S. Prideaux-Brune ; and has
issue — Leonard George Carpenter-Garnier, Gentleman, b.
1911, and 2 daus.]; (3) Rt. Rev. Mark Rodolph Carpenter-
Gamier, Bishop of Colombo, Ceylon, since 1924, b. i88r ;
Mary Lucy ; Evelyn ; and Adela Elizabeth. Estates —
Rookesbury Park, Hants. Postal address — Rookesbury
Park, Fareham, Hants.

CARR (H. Coll., 17 Nov. 1891). Gules, on a chevron

argent, three estoiles sable, a bordure invected of the second.

Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the

colours, a stag's head couped argent, attired or, charged on

the neck with two bars gemel gules, the whole between two

annulets of the last. Motto (over crest) — ' ' Por dysserver."

Sons of Col. Ralph Edward Carr, b. 1833; d. 1892;

m. 1870, Anne Jane, d. of Henry Allen Wedgwood

of Woodfield, co. Pembroke: —

Lt.-Col. Henry .Arbuthnot Carr, D.S.O., late Worcs.

Regt., b. 1872; m. 1913, Elsie Pearson, eld. d. of Sir

Thomas Putnam of Greylands, Darlington, and widow of

the late G. S. D. Carson, R.E. Res. — Langherne House,

Martley, nr. Worcester. Club — Army and Navy.

Ralph Clement Wedgwood Carr, Gentleman, served in
Imp. Yeo. in S.-Africa. b. 1878. Res. — Glenlyon, Nairn, N.B.
Son of Rev. Cuthbert John Carr, M.A.. Rector of
Witton Gilbert, b. 1817; d. 1888; m. ist, 1841,
Rosalie Emily (d. 1850,) d. of Rev. William Stephen
Gilly, D. D., Preb. of Durham and Vicar of Norham ;
2nd, 1853, Frances Henrietta, d. and coh. of Rev.
William Mansel, eld. s. of Sir William Mansel, Bart. : —
Cuthbert William Carr, Gentleman, b. 1844 ; m. 1878,
Emily Anne Jessie Macgregor, d. of Robert A. Joy of
Barranquilla, S. America; ann hassurv. issue — (1) Cuthbert
Owen Carr, Gentleman, b. 1886: (2) Charles Emil Carr,
Gentleman, b. 1888; (3) Lancelot Macgregor Carr, Gentle-
man, i^. 1892; (4) Oswald Gilly Carr, Gentleman, b. 1894;
Rosalie Emily Victoria; and .A.line. Res. —

Sons of Rev. Edgar Carr, Rector of Kirkby Wisk, b.
1848; d. 1910; m. 1st, Margaret (rf. 1885), only child
of Rev. Thomas Halton of Liverpool; 2nd, 1888,
Frances Anne, d. of Rev. J. G. Beresford, Rector of
Guv Beresford Carr, Gentleman, b. 1889.
John Carr, Gentleman, b. 1895.

Younger sons of Rev. Cuthbert John Carr (see above) : —

Mansel Frederick Carr, Gentleman, late British Vice-

Consul, b. 1856 ; m. 1883, Victoria Christina Anne, d. of

Robert A. Joy of Barranquilla, S. America ; and has surv.

issue — Arthur Ralph Carr, Gentleman, b. 1894; Rosalie

Amy ; Alice Augusta ; and Lilian. A'w.— Grosvenor House,
Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath, S.E.

Rev. Owen Charles Carr, M.A. , formerly Vicar of All
Saints' and Hon. Canon of Newcastle, b. 1858 ; m. 1890,
Eleanor, d. of William Henry Darby of Leap Castle,
Roscrea. Res.— 61 Hervey Road, Blackheath, S.E.

CARR (H. Coll.). Sable, on a chevron engrailed between
two mullets of six points in chief or, and a stag's head
erased in base argent, three pallets of the field, each charged
with a like mullet, also or. Mantling sable and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a mount vert, four
mullets of six points fessewise sable, thereon a stag's head
erased proper. MottO — " Nil desperandum."
Son of

Frank Clifford Carr, Gentleman, b. . Post, add.—

CARR (H. Coll.). Gules, a pale erminois, surmounted
by a chevron argent, charged with three mullets sable.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colouis, a stag's head couped gules, attired and charged on
the neck with three barrulets or, surmounted by a pale

Son of William Carr, Esq. , of Stackhouse and Gomersal

House, Yorks. , and Ditchingham Hall, Norfolk, D.L.

Norfolk, J. P. We-t Rdg. Yorks., Norfolk, and

Suffolk, M.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law. b. 1862; d.

1925 ; m. 1886, Margaret, eld. d. and coh. of Rev.

lames Bright, D.D., Master of Univ. Coll., Oxon. :—

William Greenwood Carr, Gentleman, Lieut. 12th Royal

Lancers, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1901. 5<r(7/i— Ditchingham Hall,

Norfolk; Stackhouse, Yorks. C/«3x— Cavalry ; Bucks. ;


CARR (U.O., 1908). Per chevron gules and azure, on a
chevr< n between three pheons argent, as many estoiles
sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the col urs, a stag's head erased proper, attired or,
gorged with three rings of the last. Motto— " Est nulla

S-n of J K Carr, M.D., b. 1820; d. 1907;

Col.' Edward Elliott Carr, C.B. (1900), served on N.W.
Frontier, India. 1897, with Tirah Expedititn, S. African




War 1889-1902, comdg. 2nd Royal Scots Fus., Col. comdg.
2ist Regtl. Dist. (R. Sects Fus.) 1903-5, Col. in Charge of
Infantry Records since 1905, comdg. No. 2 Dist. 1908,
b. 1854; m. 1883, Rose E., eld. d. of Rev. A. Hall.
Club — Army ana Navy.

CARR (H. Coll., 1896). Per pale gules and sable, on
a chevron invected plain cottised argent, a stag's attires
proper between two mullets of six points sable, in base
a like mullet of the third. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased
proper, charged on the neck with a mullet of six points
or, between two thistles slipped and leaved proper. MottO
— "Tout droit." Livety — Claret and siher buttons.

Sons of Rev. Edmund Carr, M.A., Hon. Canon of

Carlisle, b. June i, 1826; d. 1916; m. 1858, Emma

Anne, youngest dau. of the late Richard Stileman

of The Friars, Sussex ; by ist wife : —

Rev. Lawrence Carter Carr, M.A. Camb. , Rector of

Overstrand, Norfolk, b. Aug. 17, 1861 ; m. 1889, Olive,

dau. of the Rev. Daniel Frederick Wilson ; and has surv.

issue — Anthony Lawrence Carr, Gentleman, Lieut. R.E.,

b. 1892 \m. 1916, Dorothy Astley, only d. of Arthur Astley

Cooper of The Grange, Herningford Abbots, Hunts., and

has issue — David Lawrence Carr, Gentleman, b. 1918]; and

Violet Olive. i2<rj.— Overstrand Rectory, Norfolk.

Rev. Edmund Stileman Carr, b. July 6, 1864J; m. firstly,
Jan. 22, i8gi, Edith, dau. of Rev. F. A. C. Lillingston ;
and by her has issue— John Lillingston Carr, Gentleman,
b. 1892 \m. 1919, Ruth Smith, and has issue — Douglas
John Carr, Gentleman, ^. 1920] ; Neil Edmund Carr, Gentle-
man, b. ; and Edith Gwendolen. He m. secondly, 1896,
Eleanor Selina, dau. of the late Rev. F. E. Wigram of
Oak Hill House, Hampstead. He ni. thirdly, Clara, dau.
of the late Arthur de N06 Walker of Florence ; and by
her has issue — Andrew Quinton Carr, Gentleman, b. 1905;
Rachel Pleasaunce; and Florence Priscilla. Res. — Great
Gain, Watford, West Herts.

Donald William Carr, Gentleman, M.D., b. April 16,
1866; m. Aug. II, 1891, Agnes, dau. of W. H. Nevill of
Ferryside, S. Wales ; and has surv. issue, Margaret Rachel ;
and Nora Katharine.

CARR. Gules, on a chevron cottised between three

Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the-
colours, a stag's head erased proper, gorged with a collar
gemelle, and the neck encircled with an annulet gules ; on
the attires a riband also gules, passing through an annulet
or. Motto — ' ' Pour deservir. "

Only son of Thomas William Carr, Gentleman, B.A.
(Oxon.), Solicitor of 24 Lincoln's Inn Fields,
6. 1861 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1893, Lucy Trott, widow of
WiUiam DiUon :—
Rupert Carr, Gentleman, LL.B., Barrister-at-Law,
President and Managing Director of the Western
Canadian Mortgage Co., Ltd., Lieut. Winnipeg L.I.,.
served Great War, 6. 1894 ; m. 1920, Clara Gertrude,
eld. d. of Francis William Sidney Crispo, Banker, of
Winnipeg ; and has issue — Thomas William Carr, Gentle-
man, h. 1922 ; and Margery Ann. Res. — 608 McArthur
Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Only surv. son of Rev. Thomas William Carr,.

Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Barming, Kent,

h. 1830 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1858, Harriet {d. 1889), 7th

d. of John Deacon of Mabledon, Kent : —

Robert Lancelot Carr, Gentleman, B.A. (Cantab.),

h. 1863 ; m. 1892, Evelyn Mary Holmes ; and has issue —

Res. — Virden, Manitoba.

CARR-ELLIS0N(R.L.,22Feb. 1891, H. Coll.). Qu.u"-
terly, i and 4, gules, a chevron argent between three eagles'
heads erased or (for Ellison) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a chevron
argent, three estoiles sable, a bordure invected of the secon<i
(for Carr). Mantling gules and argent. Crests — i. upon a
wreath of the colours, an eagle's head erased or, gorged with
a collar vaire, holding in the beak a branch of three roses
gules, leaved and slipped proper (for Ellison) ; 2. upon a
wJeath of the colours, a stag's head couped argent, attired
or, gorged with two bars gemelle, and beween as many

PoR^: dysscRvei^

annulets argent, as many estoiles of six points sable.

annulets gules, (for Carr). Mottoes — (over the Carr crest),
"Por dysserver," (under the arms), "Nee te qusesiveris
extra." Badge — A columbine flower per pale azure and
argent, slipped, leaved, and the stem encircled with an
annulet or.

Only son of Col. Ralph Henry Carr-Ellison, C. M.G.,

ist Royal Dragoons, b. 1863; d. 1923; m. 1893, Alice

Mary, youngest d. of Archibald Campbell of Glen-

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