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eldest dau. of Isaac
Dobree Chepnell, Esq., M.D., of Carey Hall, Sussex.
Sir Bertram Carey, who was educated at Bedford
Grammar School, served in Upper Burma 188.5-7 and
as Political Officer with N. Column, Chin-Lushai
Campaign 1889-90, and in Chin Hills 1891-2, V.D. ;
was Assistant Commissioner Burma 1887-1900; ap-
pointed Commissioner of the SagaingDiv., Burma, and
a Member of the Council of the Lieut.-Governor for
making Laws and Regulations 1909. — Rangoon,!
Burma;, East India United Service Club, s.w.

CAREY, Eliza db Satjsmarez, Lady.

Second dau. of the late Thomas Ritchie Grassie,
Esq., of Halifax, Nova Scotia; m. 1901, as his 2nd
wife. Sir Thomas Godfrey Carey, who was called
to the Bar at Guernsey 1854, became Attorney-Gen.
1884, was Bailiff and President of the States of
Guernsey 1895-1902, and who was cr. Knt. 1900, and
d. 1906.— ia Maison Blanche, St. Peter Port, Guernsey.

+ CARET, Frances Catherine, Lady.

Dau. of de Jersey, Esq. ; ?«. 1882 Sir William

Carey, who was Bailiff of Guernsey 1908-15, and who
was cr. Knt. 1915 and d. 191.5. — Beechwpod, Queen's
Road, Guernsey.

CARET, of Careysville. See Montgomery, o/Killee.



Tindal, of Highfields,

CARINGTON, Peancis Heebbet SMITH-,
Esq., of Asliby Folville Manor, Leicester-
Eldest sou of Herbert Hanbury Smith-Carington, Esq.,
J.P., of Ashby Folville Manor, who d. 1917, by
Elizabeth Prince, 2nd dau. of the late Josiah Stallard,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of The Blanquettes, Worcester-
shire; b. 1877 ; m. 1907 Leonora, 5th dau. of the late
Louis Breslauer, Esq., of Birch Heys, Lancashire, and
has a dau., Betty Woodford. Mr. Smith-Carington,
who was educated at Harrow and at Exeter Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1898, M.A. 1902), and was formerly
Lieut. 3rd Vol. Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, is a Partner
in the firm of Becker & Carington, Stockbrokers,
Manchester, and Lord of the Manor of Ashby Folville.
— Residence: 19, Oak Road, Withington, Manchester ;
Union Club, Manchester.

CARISBROOKE, Marquess of (Alexander
Albert Modntbatten, G.C.V.O.) — Cr.

Eldest son ofH.R.H. Prince Henry Maurice of Batten-
berg, K.G., vfhod. 1896, by H.R.H. Princess Beatrice
Mary Victoria Feodore, G.B.E., V.A., C.I., youngest
dau. of H.M. Queen Victoria; b. 1886; m. 1917 Lady
Irene Frances Adza Denison, only dau. of William
Frances Henry, 2nd Earl of Londesborough. The
Marquess of Carisbrooke, who was educated at Well-
ington Coll. and abandoned his Foreign title and
assumed the surname of Mountbatten by royal license
1917, was formerly an Acting Sub-Lieut. R.N. ; is
Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Grenadier Guards, Hon.
Commandant Isle of Wight Vol. Corps, and a Khight
of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ;
served on the Staff 1915-19; has the Order of the
Nile, 4th Glass.— Guards' Club, s.w.; 17, Nor/olf:
Street, w.

CARKEEK, Sir Arthur, Knt.— Cr. 1917.

Sixth son of Morgan James Carkeek, Esq., of Red-
ruth, Cornwall, who d. 1889, by Elizabeth, who d.
1889, dau. of the late William Shepherd, Esq., of
Redruth; b. 1861 ; m. 1884 Hannah, dau. of the late
Jackson Gaskill, Esq., of Brixton, Surrey. Sir Arthur
Carkeek, who was educated at Trevath Grammar

School, is a J.P. and 0. Aid. for Cornwall Pen-

venton, Redruth, Cornwall; National Liberal Club, s.w.

CARLETON, Lord. See Shannon, Earl of.

CARLETON, Col. Henry Adgustos, of Clare,
CO. Tipperary.

Eldest son o"f Gen. Henry Alexander Carleton, C.B., of
Clare and of Greenfields, co. Cork, who d. 1900, by
Elizabeth, who d. 1878, dau. of the late Armor Boyle,
Esq.; b. 1858; m. 1895 Marguerite Sophia, eldest dau.
of the late Gabriel Eynard, of Les Genets, Canton de
Vaud, Switzerland, and has a son, 'Harry Mont-
gomerie, educated at Radley and at New Coll., Oxford
(BA 1918); ft. 1896. Col. Carleton is Brevet-Col. ret.,
late Commandant r2th Cav., Indian Aimj.— Cavalry
Club, w.

CARLETON. See Dorchester, and Leir-Carleton.




CARLILE, Sir (Bdwaed) Hildred, Bart., of
Ponsbourne Park, Hertfordshire. — Cr.

Younger son of Edward Carlile, Esq., of Elclimond
Hill, Surrey, who d. 1901, by Maria Louisa, -who d. {
1908, 2nd dau. of the late Benjamin Wilson, Esq., of
Streatham; b. 1852; m. 1876 Isabella, 3rd dau. of
Cornelius Hanbury, Esq., of Manor House, Little
Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, and has had, with 3
daus., a son, Edward Hildred Hanbury, Capt. Herts
Yeo. ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1907;
6. 1881 ; OT. 1917 ButhMelicent, younger dau. of Capt.
William Henry Dawson, formerly 6th (Inniskilling)
Dragoons, of Ravensdale, Tunbridge Wells, and Chalet
Passiflora, Cannes, and d. (killed in action) 1918.
Sir Hildred Carlile is a J.P. and D.L. for Hertford-
shire, a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, and Hon.
Col. 5th Batt., previously Lieut. .Col. and Hon. Col.
Coram. 2nd Vol. Batt., W. Riding Regt., T.D. ; formerly
Capt. 2nd W. Yorkshire Yeo. Cav.; has been M.P. for
the St. Albans Div. of Hertfordshire since 1906.—
Ponsbourne Park, near Hertford; Carlton Club, s.w.

CARLILE, Isabella Sophu, Lady.

Y'oungest dau. of the late Robert Hunter Young, Esq.,
W.S., of Edinburgh; m. 1878 Sir Edward Carlile,
K.C., a Trustee and Treasurer of the National
Gallery, Museums, and Public Library of Victoria, a
J.P. for Victoria, and a Councillor of the Melbourne
Working Men's Coll., who was Professional Assistant
to the Crown Law Oifices 1873-9; Clerk Assistant,
Legislatire Assembly, 1882-9; Joint Examiner of
candidates for appointments of Clerks of Courts,
Police Magistrates and Wardens, 1889-1910, and
Parliamentary Draughtsman, Victoria, 1879-82, 1889-
1910 and 1912, and who was cr. Knt. 1913 and rf.
1917. — South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria.

CARLILE, William Walter, Esq., O.B.B., of
Uayliurst, Buckingbamsbire.
Only son of James William Carlile, Esq., of Ponsbourne
Park, Hertfordshire, who d. 1909, by his 1st wife Mary,
who d. 1892, elder dau. of the late Walter Woodhams
Whiteman, Esq.; b. 1862; vi. 1885 Blanche Anne, 3rd
dau. of the late Rev. Edward Cadogan. Mr. Carlile, who
was educated at Harrow and at Clare Coll., Cambridge,
is a J.P., D.L. and C.Ald. for Buckinghamshire, and was
M.P. for the Buckingham Div. 1895-1906 ; late Lieut.
1st Bucks Vol. Batt. Oxfordshire L.I. and R. Bucks
Hussars Y'eo. Cav. — Gayhurst, Neurport Pagnell ;
Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; Bath Club, w.

CARLISLE, Earl of (George Jossltn
L'EsTRANGE Howard). — Cr. 1661.

Only son of Charles James Stanley, 10th Earl, by
Rhoda Ankaret, eldest dau. of Col. Paget Walter
L'Estrange ; b. 1895 ; s. 1912 ; m. 1918 Bridget Helen,
eldest dau. of Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.) the Hon.
Walter Patrick Hore-Ruthven (Master of Ruthven),
C.13.. C.M.G., D.S.O. , late Scots Guards. The Earl
of Carlisle, who was educated at the B. Naval Colls.
at Osborne and Dartmouth, is Lieut. R.N., and Patron
of 1 living ; has the French Croix de Guerre. — Naworth
Castle, Carlisle; 105, Eaton Place, s.w.

Heir Prei., Ids cousiu Hubert Arthur George, only son of the
Hon. Oliver Howard (4th son ot the 9th Earl), who d. 1908,
by Muriel (who m. 2ndly 1909 Arthur Vesey, 5th Earl of
OlanwiUiam), dau of Ev.:srll Stephenson, Esq. ; 6. 1901.

CARLISLE, Rosalind Frances, Countess of,
of Castle Howard, Torksbire.
Y'oungest dau. of Edward John, 2nd Lord Stanley of
Alderley, P.C., who d. 1869, by the Hon. Henrietta

Maria, who d. 1895, eldest dau. of Henry Augustus,
13th Viscouut Dillon; m. 1864 George James, 9th
Earl of Carlisle, who d. 1911, leaving, with other
issue, a son, Charles James Stanley, 10th Earl (see
Carlisle, Earl of).— Castle Howard, York; Boothby
House, Brampton, Cumberland; 1, Palace Green,
Kensington, w.

CARLISLE, Bishop of (the Right Rev. John
William Diggle, D.D.).

Eldest son of William Diggle, Esq., of Pendleton,
Lancashire, by Nancy Ann, who d. 1862, dau. of the
late John Chadderton. Esq., of Park View, Salford ;
b. 1847; m. 1st 1S74 Cicely Jane, who d. 1880,
youngest dau. of the late John Butterfield, Esq., of
Broughton, Manchester; 2ndly 1884 Edith, youngest
dau. of Gilbert Winter Moss, Esq., J.P., of The
Beach, Aigburth, Liverpool. Educated at Manchester
Grammar School and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1870, M.A. 1873,D.D. 1905), of which he was formerly
a Postmaster ; was Vicar of St. Matthew and St.
James, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, 1875-96; Rural Dean
of Childwall 1882-96 ; Hon. Canon of Liverpool
1889-96 ; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Carlisle
1892-1901 ; Canon of Carlisle and Archdeacon of
AVestmorland 1896-1901; Select Preacher at Oxford
University 1898; Rector of St. Martin's, Birmingham,
1902-5; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of
Worcester 1902-5 ; and Archdeacon of Birmingham
1904-5 ; consecrated Bishop of Carlisle 1305 ; is
Patron of 3 Archdeaconries, 4 Residentiary Canonries,
and 53 livings. — Rose Castle, Carlisle.

CARLISLE, the Right Hon. Alexander


Eldest son of John Carlisle, Esq., M.A., Head Master of
the R. Academical Institution, Belfast, who d. 1884, by
Catherine, who d. 1902. Ith dau. of the late Alexander
Montgomery, Esq., of Dundesart, co. Antrim ; b. 1854 ;
m. 1884 Edith, 2nd dau. of the late John Benjamin
Wooster, Esq., of San Francisco, U.S.A. Mr. Carlisle,
who was educated at the Academical Institution, Bel-
fast, and was formerly Gen. Manager and Chairman of
the Directors of Messrs, Harland & Wolfif, Shipbuilders
aud Engineers, is a D.L. for Belfast, and a Director
of the National Bank htA.— Avenue House, Bear Wood,
Wokingham, Berks: 11 Thames Yacht Club, w. ; 2,
Lancaster Gate, w.

CARLOW, Viscount. .See under Portarlington, Earl

CARLTON, Viscount. See under WharncUfe.
Earl of.

CARLTLE, Sir Robert Waerand, K.C.S.I.,
CLE.— Cr. 1911.

Eldest son of the Rev. James Edward Carlyle, of
Brechin, Forfarshire, who d. 1893, by Jessie, who
d. 1906, dau. of the late James Milne, E.sq., of
Huntly, Aberdeensliire ; b. 1859; m. 1903 Isabel Jane,
dau. of the late James Barton, Esq., of Farndreg, Dun-
dalk. Sir Robert Carlyle, who was educated at Glasgow
Univ. and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, and entered the
Indian Civil Service 1880, was Chief Secretary to the
Government of Bengal 1905-7, Secretary to the
Government of India (Land Revenue and Agricultural
Department) 1907-10, and a Member of the Governor-
Gen.'s Council 1910-15; appointed a Member of the
Central Tribunal \^\6.—Ranelagh Club, s.w : Oriental
Club, w.; 51, South Street, Park Lane, w.




CARLYLE, William Lee, Esq., of TempleLill,

Eldest son of Robert Carlyle, Esq., of Templeliill, who
d. 1902, by Margaret, dau. of the late William Lee,
Esq.; 4.1856. Mr. Carlyle was formerly Major and
Hon. Lieut. -Col. 3rd Vol. Batt. K.O. Scottish Borderers.
—Templehill, Waterbeck,Ecclefechan, N.B.

CARLTON, Alexander Keith, Esq., of Mount
Park, Middlesex.
Eldest son of tlie Rev. Philip Carlyon, M.A., formerly
Vicar of Wisbech St. Mary, Cambridgeshire, who
d. 1913, by Grace Julia, younger dau. of the late
Col. Keith Young, 71st Regt.. of Holly Hill,
Sussex; b. 1848; m. 1873 Julia Ann Augusta,
dau. of the late Major Carlyon, J.P. and D.L.,
of Tregrehan, Cornwall, and has, with other issue, a
son, *Tristrem, D.S.O., Major R.F.A. ; educated at
Harrow and at St. John's Coll.. Oxford : b. 1877 ; m.
1918 Aileen Julia, youngpst dau. of Sir Edward Hu(isou
Hudson-Kinahan, 1st Bart. Mr. Carlyon, who was
educated at Sherborne School, and called to the Bar
at Lincoln's Inn 1887, is a J.P.. D.L. and 0. Aid. for
Middlesex, and was High Sheriff 1906.- it/oK»i! Park,
Harrow, Middlesex ; Junior Carlton, and Hurlingham
Clubs, s.w.

+ CARLTON, Arthur- Spry Gwavas, Esq.,
of Tregrehan, Cornwall.

Second son of George Gwavas Carlyon, Esq., formerly
Capt. 1st Royals, who d. 1875 (by Mary Anne, dau. of
the late Thomas Long, Esq.), and nephew of the late
Major Thomas Tristram Spry Carlyon, of Tregrehan ;
b. 1860; s. his brother George Richard Gwavas Carlyon,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1897; m. 1891 Kathleen Louisa,
dau. of Capt. Kenrick Hill, of Fern Hill, Hawke's
Bay, New Zealand, and has with other issue, a son,
♦Ernest Tristram Rupert, temp. Capt. 10th (Service)
Batt. Sherwood Foresters(Nottinghamshire and Derby-
shire Regt.); b. 1892. Mr. Carlyon is Patron of 1
living. — Tregrehan, Par Station, Cornwall; Gwavas,
New Zealand.

CARLTON-BRITTON, Major Philip William
Poole, P.S.A., of Hanhani Court,
Gloncestersliire. I

Elder son of Henry William Britton, Esq., of Caer
Brito, Ashley Hill, Bristol, who d. 1890, by Hannah
Canter, dau. and sole heiress of the late Benjamin '
Poole, Esq., of Summerhill House, St. George's, '
Gloucestershire; «. 1863; vt. 1886 Agnes Cassandra, i
elder dau. of the late Charles Alfred Carlyon, Esq., j
B.A., and has had, with other issue, Winstanley (eld- [
est son), temp. Lieut. Leicestershire Regt.; late Lieut.
6th Batt. R. Dublin FusiUers ; b. 1887, and killed in
action 1917 ; and * Henry Courtenay (2nd son), Lieut.
R.N. ; b. 1891. M.ajor Carlyon-Britton, who assumed
by royal license the prefix surname of Carlyon 1897,
is a J.P. for Middlesex (High Sheriff 1913), a D.L.
for Gloucestershire, Major ret., late temp. Major 2nd
in command 14th and 12th Batts. AV. Yorkshire Regt.,
and Lord of the Manor of West Hanham ; formerly
Capt. 3rd Batt. R. Lnniskilling FasWiers.—Jioiivr
Carlton Club, s.w. ; 43, Bedford Square, w.c.

Han-y Carlyon, Lieut. Essex and Suffolk R.G.A.,
T.F. ; educated at Radley; b. 1882. Mr. Carlyon-
Hughes, who was fonnerly Receiver for the Police of
the City of London, is a J.P. for Harwich.— TAc Mill
House, Dovcrcourt, Essex:

CARMARTHEN, Marquis of. See under Leeds.

CARMICHAEL, Lord (Thomas David Gibson-
Carmichael, G.C.S.L, G.C.LK, K.C.M.G.,
P.R.O.L)— Cr. 1912.

Eldest son of the Rev. Sir William Henry Gibson-
Carmichael, 13th Bart., by Eleanora Anne, who
d. 1861, dau. of the late David Anderson, Esq. ;
b. 1859; 5. as 14th Bart. 1891 ; m. 1886 Mary Helen
Elizabeth, a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem, eldest dau. of the late Albert Llewellyn, 3rd
Baron Nugent. Lord Carmichael, who was educated at
St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884), ia
a J.P. and D.L. for Midlothian and for Peeblesshire ;
was Chairman of the Board of Lunacy, Scotland,
1894-7, M.P. for Midlothian 1895-1900, a Trustee of
the National Gallery 1906-8, and Governor of Victoria
1908 11, of Madras 1911-12 and of Bengal 1912-16.
— Residence : Si-irling, Biggar, N.B. ; BrooJcs'a
Club, s.w.

Heir Prei.to the Baronetcies (cr. 1828 and 1702), his brother
John Murray, b. 1860; m. 1892 Amy Katherine, who
d. 1899. dau. of Fredericlc Archdale, Esq., and has had,
with 2 daus., a son, Alexander David, Sub-Lieut. R.N. ;
■ b. 1895, and IsiUed in action 1916.

CARMICHAEL, Sir James, K.B.E.—Cr. 1919.

Second son of Robert Carmichael, Esq., of Meikleour,
Perthshire, who d. 1903, by Jane, who d. 1907, dau. of
the late James Kynoch, Esq,, of Clunie, Perthshire ;
b. 1858 ; m. 1884 Annie, dau. of the late James Beid,
Esq.. of Ruthven, Forfarshire. Sir James Carmichael,
who was educated privately and was formerly a
Building Contr,^ctor, London, is a J.P., for co. Lon-
don : Chairman of the Munitions Works Board,
Ministry of Munitions, and of the Building Materials
Supply Committee ; a Member of the Surplus Govern-
ment Property Disposal Board and Director-Gen. of
Housing, Local Government Board. — Meform Club,
s.w. ; Eedclyffe, Streatkam Park, s.w.

+ CARMICHAEL, Sir Duncan, Knt.— Cr.

Son of the late Dugald Carmichael, Esq., of Greenock ;
b. 1866. Sir Duncan Carmichael is a Partner in the
firm of Mackiunon, Mackenzie & Co., of Calcutta,
Bombay and Kurrachee, M.L.C. of Bombay and
Managing Director of the British India Steam Naviga-
tion Co. — Oriental Club, w. ; 122, Leadenhall Street,
E.c. ; 17, Northumberland Avenue, w.c.

CARLTON-HUGHES, John William, Esq.,
formerly of Long Ridings, Essex.
Eldest son of the late John Carlyon-Hughes, Esq., of
Burgess Hill, Sussex, by Charlotte Helen, dau. of the
late Gen. W. Wylde, C.B., R.A., of Southwell, Notts ; {
b. 1847; m- 1881 Eva Blanche, 2nd dau. of the late I
Capt. Charles Alfred Schreiber, J.P. and D.L., of The
Roundwood, Suffolk, and has, with other issue, a son, I

CARMICHAEL, James, Esq., of Arthurstone,

Eldest son of James Drummond Carmichael, Esq.,
of Ailly-sur-Somme, France, who d. 1875 (by Helen,
dau. of Robert Stewart, Esq.), and nephew of the late
Peter Carmichael, Esq., of Arthurstone ; b. 1846; m.
1874 Margaret, dau. of Alexander Geekie, Esq., of
Baldowrie, co. Forfar, and has, with other issue,
* James Louis, b. 1875. Mr. Carmichael is a J.P.
for Perthshire and for Forfarshire. — Arthur.ito7ie,
Perthshire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; New Club,

CARMICHAEL. See Thomson-Carmichael.







Auglier Castle, co. Tyi'one.
Only child of Capt. John Jervis 0"f errall Carniichael-
Ferrall, E.N., of Augher Castle, who d. 1904, by Mar-
garet, who d. 1898, youngest dau. of Sir John Nugent
Humble, let Bart., of Cloncoskoran, co. Waterford ;
b. 1855; m. 1899 Elizabeth Emily, 3rd dau. of the
late Rev. David Henry Elrington, Vicar of Swords, co.
Dublin. Mr. Carmiehael-Eerrall, who was educated
at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Dublin, and called to |
the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1878, is a J.P. and ,
D.L. for CO. Tyrone (High Sheriff 1907), and as heir I
male of Andrew Carmichael, Esq., Provost of Dun-
gannon, claims through him the Barony of Carmichael
in the Peerage of Scotland, dormant since the death
in 1817 of Andrew, 6th Earl of Hyndford and 7th Lord
Carmichael. J — Augher Castle, co. Tyrone; Tyrone
County Club, Omagk.

CARNAC, Sir Claud James RIVETT-, Bart.
— Cr. 1836.

Only son of Sir James Henry Sproule Kivett-Carnac,
3rd Bart., by Mary Jeannie, dau. of the late Ambrose
Henderson, Esq., of Bodmin, Cornwall; b. 1877; s.
1909. Sir Claud Rivett-Camac, who was educated at
Wellington Coll., was formerly in the Cape Mounted
Rifles.— 7%e Garth, Farnhoroiigh Park, Hants; 94,
Sloane Street, s.w.

Heir Pres., his coaain William Percival, eldest son of William
John Rivett-Carnao, Esq., Bengal Civil Service (2Dd son of
the 1st Bart.), who d. 1874, by Mary Anstruther, who (I.
191I,3rddau. of thelate Rev. Percival Spearman Wilkin-
son, M.A., of Mount Oswald, co. Durham ; b. 1847 ; m.
1885 Frances Maria, dau. of the late Francis Charles
Forbes, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, and has 2 dans.

CARNARVON, Earl of (George Edwaed
Stanhope Moltneux Herbert). — Cr. 1793.

Eldest son of Henry, 4th Earl, by his 1st wife Lady
Evelyn, who d. 1875, only dau. of George, 6th Earl of
Chesterfield; b. 1866; s. 1890; m. 1895 Almina
Victoria Maria Alexandra, only dau. of the late
Frederick Charles Wombwell, Esq. Educated at Eton
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge; is a Magistrate for
Hants, Patron of 13 livings, and High Steward of
Newbury. — Highclere Castle, Newbury ; Turf, and St.
James's Clubs, w. ; S. Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 1 ,
Seamore Place, May/air, w.

Heir, his son Henry George Alfred Marius Victor Francis,

Lord Porchester, Lieut, 7th Hussars ; educated at the R.

Mil. CoU., Sandhurst ; b. 1898.

CARNARVON, Elisabeth Catharine, Coun-
tess of, of Teversal Manor, Nottingham-
shire. [
Eldest dau. of Henry Howard, Esq., of Greystoke !
Castle, Cumberland, who d. 1875, by Charlotte Caro-
line Georgiana, who d. 1896, eldest dau. of the late.
Henry Lawes Long, Esq., of Hampton Lodge, Surrey ; :
m. 1878 as 2nd wife Henry, 4th Earl of Carnarvon,
who d. IS90.~ The Manor House, Teversal, Mansfield, j


Julia, eldest dau. of Col. Kenneth Macleod, M.D.,
LL.D., formerly Indian Medical Service, Hon. Phy-
sician to H.M. King George V.; m. 1888 the Hon.
Sir Herbert William Cameron Carnduff, CLE., a
Barrister-at-Law, who was Under Secretary to the
Government of Bengal 1887-90; Registrar of the
High Court 1890-5 ; District and Sessions Judge
1896-6 and 1904-5 ; Deputy Secretary to the Govern- 1
ment of India, Legislative Department, 1896-1904; i

X The Earldom of Hyndford and the minor titles were claimed by
Cltti:de Duodaa James Carm ichael, Esq.. CLE., who d. 1915. '


Private Secretary to the Viceroy 1902; Secretary to
the Government and M.L.C. Bengal 1905-8, and a
Puisne Judge of the High Court of Judicature at Fort
William, Bengal, 1908-15, and who wascr. Knt. 1913
and d. 1915. — The Grey House, Meads, Eastbourne.

CARNE. See Nkholl-Came.

CARNEGIE, Lord. See under Soutkesk.

CARNEGIE, the Hon. Sir Lancelot Douglas,
G.C.V.O., KC.M.G.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1916,
G.C.V.O. 1917.

Second son of James, 9th Earl of Southesk, K.T., who
d. 1905, and eldest son of his 2nd wife Lady Susan
Catherine Mary, who d. 1915, eldest dau. of Alexander
I Edward, 6th Earl of Dunmore ; b. 1861; m. 1890
t Marion Alice de Gournay, youngest dau. of the late
Henry Ford Barclay, Esq., of Monkhams, Essex. Sir
I Lancelot Carnegie, who was educated at Eton and at
I Ch. Ch., Oxford, and entered the Diplomatic Service
1887, was Secretary of Legation 1904-6; Councillor
of Embassy at Vienna 1906-8 and at Paris 1908, and
! Minister Plenipotentiary at Paris 191 1-13, since when
he has been Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni-
potentiary to Portugal ; has the Grand Cross of the
Portuguese Order of Chrijt. — British Legation, Lisbon ;
St. James's Club, w. ; Travellers' Club, s.w.

Esq., of Tarrie, Forfarshire.
Only son of John Renny Strachan Carnegie, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Tarrie, who d. 1879, by Elisa-
beth Susan, who d. 1878, dau. of the late Col. John
Grey, of Backworth, Northumberland; b. 1849 ; »i. 1874
Mary Madeleine, dau. of the late William Breaken.
ridge, Esq., of Kingston, Canada, and has, with other
issue, a son, *Alan Bruce, admitted a Member of the
Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1902; an Hon. Capt. in
the Army ; late Lieut, and Acting Capt. N. Scottish
R.G.A., Territorial Force; previously Capt. Forfar
and Kincardine R.G.A. Militia ; educated at Charter-
house and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1896); b.
1875. Mr. Strachan Carnegie, who was educated at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for Forfar-
shire, and a J.P. for Devonshire ; late Major Forfar Art.
MiWtia,.— Tarrie, Jrbroath,N.B. ; C/evelands, Bideford,
N. Devon ; O-xford and Cambridge Club., s.w.

CARNEGIE, James, Esq., of Stronvar, Perth-

Only surviving son of the late David Carnegie, Esq.,
of Stronvar, by his 2nd wife Susan Mary Ann, who
d. 1859, dau. of the late David Carnegie, Esq., of
Gothenburg; 6.1846; m. 1872 Maria Bethune, only
dau. of the late David Gillespie, Esq., of Mountquhanie,
Fife. Mr. Carnegie is a Magistrate for Perthshire. —
Stronvar House, Lochearnkead, N.B.; Aytoun Hill,
Newburgh, Fifeshire.

CARNEGIE. See Lindsay-Carnegie; Northesk ;
Butherford-Lindsay-Camegie ; and Southesk.

CARNEGT, Mrs., of Lour, Forfarshii-e.

Isabella Eliza Butter, only surviving child of Patrick
Carnegy, Esq., CLE., F.R.G.S., Indian Civil Service,
who d. 1886, by Isabella Grace MacNabb, -whod. 1915,
dau. of the late Donald Butter, Esq., of Hazelwood,
Surrey; m. 1881 Francis Edward Joseph, Esq.,
late temp. Major 1st Batt. Forfarshire Vol. Regt., who,
with his wife, assumed the surname of Carnegy, in lieu
of Joseph, in compliance with the terras of the deed of




entail, 1915, and has, with other issue, an only son,
*Ughtred Elliott Carnegy, D.S.O., M.C. (with Bar),
Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards; educated at Wellington
Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1886.
Mrs. Carnegy s. her cousin Lieut. -Col. Patrick Alex-
ander Watson Carnegy, J.P. and D.L., 191i.— Lour,
Forfar ; Queen Anne's Mansions, s.w.

CARNOCK, Lord (Arthur Nicolson, G.C.B.,
G.U.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.I.E., P.O.).— Or.

Second and only surviving son of Sir Frederick William
Erskine Nicolson, 10th Bart., by his 1st wife Mary '
Clementine, who d. 1851, dan. of the late James Loch,
Esq.,M.P.; J.,1849; s. as 11th Bart. 1899 ; ;/(.18S2Mary
Catharine, youngest dau. of the late Archibald Rowan
Hamilton, Esq., of Killyleagh Castle, co. Down. Lord
Carnock, who was educated at Rugby and at B.N.C.,
O.xford (Hon. Fellow 1916), was Acting Charge
d' Affaires at Athens 1882-5 ; Secretary of Legation at
Teheran and Acting Charge d' Affaires in Persia 1885-
8; Cousul-Gen. for Hungary 1888-93; Secre

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