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The Earl's father, George, Sixth Earl, K.G., was 4. 17 Sept. 1773, succeeded 4 Sept. 1825, and d. 7 Oct. 1848, having m. 21 March 1801, Lady GeorgianaDorothy Cavendish, eldest daughter of William, 5th Duke of Devonshire, 4. 12 July 1783, and hud issue:

1 George-william-frederick, Present And Seventh Earl.

2 Lady Caroline-Georgiana, 4. 24 June 1803. m. 14 May 1823, the Right Hon.

WiUiam-Saunders-Sebright Lascellts,see Harewood, who d. 2 July 1851.

3 Lady Georgian a, 4. 10 May 1804, Widow of George-James, Lord Dover.

See Clifpen.

4 Hon. Frederick-George, b. 8 June 1805, d. unm. 18 Nov. 1834.

5 Lady Harriet-Elizabeth-Georgiana, 4. 21 May 1806, Duchess of Sutherland. 6'Hon. and Rev. William-George, Hector of Londesborough, Yorks., 4. 23

Feb. 1808.

7 Hon. Edward-Granville-George, Captain R.N., 4. 23 Den. 1809, m.

16 Aug. 1842, Diana, only daughter of the Hon. George Ponsonby.— See Ponsonby.

8 Lady Blanche-Georgiana, b. 11 Jan. 1812, d. 27 April 1840, Countess of

Burlington,

9 Hon. Charles-Wentworth-George, M.P., 4. 27 March 1814, m. 8 Aug,

1842, Mary-Priscilla-Harriett, 2nd daughter of Lord Wensleydale,
who d. in childbed, 26 Aug. 1843, leaving issue,
George-James, 6. 12 Aug. 1843.

10 Lady Elixabeth-Anne-Georgiana-Dorothea, 4. 8 Dec. 1816, m. 12 Aug

1840, the Hon. and Rev. Francis-Richard Grey.—See Grey.

11 Hon. Henry-George, Secretary to the Embassy at Paris, 4. 22 May 1818,

as. 29 May 1845, Mary-Wellesley, daughter of John M'Tavish, Esq., of Montreal, Canada, who was 4. in 1826, and d. 21 Feb. 1850.

12 Lady Mary-Matilda-Georgiana, 4. 28 Jan. 1823, m. 13 July 1852, the

Right Hon. Henry Labouchere, Secretary of State for the Colonies.
[He m. 1st, 10 April 1840, Frances, 3rd daughter of the late Sir Thomas
Baring, Bart., who d. 25 May 1850.]
Creation 1661.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Volo, non vateo: I am willing, but unable.

Town Residence.

Seats.—Castle-Howard, Yorkshire; and Nawortb Castle, Cumberland.

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[The Earl's Uncles and Aunts, issue of
Frederick, 5th Earl.]

1 Lai) Isabella-Caroline, b. 3 Sept. 1771,
i. S March 1848, late Lady Cawdor.

2 Ladg Charlotte, b. IS Nov. 1774, d. unm.

3 Susan-Maria, b. 26 Feb. 1776, d.28 Jan.
1783.

4 Lady Louisa,b. 30 Mar. 1778,rf.May 1781.
3 Lady Elizabeth, b. 13 Nov. 1780, d. 29

• Nov. 1825, lute Duchess of Rutland.

6 Hon. William, b. 25 Dec. 1781, d. 29 Jan. 1843.

7 Lady Gertrude, b. 30 Jan. 1784, m. 23 June 1806, William Sloane-Stanley, Esq., of Paultons, Hants.

8 Hon. Frederick, Major 10th Hussars, 4. Dec. 1785, killed at Waterloo 18 June 1815; having m. 6 Aug. 1811, Frances-Susan,only daughter of the late William-Henry Lambton, Esq., and sister of John-George, 1st Earl of Durham, by whom who m. 2ndly, the Hon. Henry-Frederick-Compton Cavendish,—see Buhlikoton, &e. d. 23 Nov. 1840, he left issue:

Prederick-John, Private Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, b. 1 March 1814, m. 1 July 1837, Lady Fanny Cavendish, eldest daughter of the late William Cavendish, Esq., and sister of the Earl of Burlington, by whom he has issue,

1 William-Frederick, 4. 26 June 1838. 2 George-Francis, 4. 28

Branrfire.

April 1840. 3 Louisa-Blanche, b. 23 Feb. 1842. 4 MargaretFanny, 4. 24 Oct. 1841. 5 Frederick-Compton, 6. 23 Jan. 1847. 0 Alfred John, b. 14 Oct. 1848. 7 Edith.Susan-Louisa, 6. 17 Aug. 1851. 8 Gerald-Richard, 4. 7

Nov. 1853.

9 Hon. and Very Rev. Henry-EdwardJohn, Dean of Lichfield, Prebendary and Succentor of Yoik, Rector of Donnington, Salop, and Tatenhill, Staffordshire, b. 14 Dec. 1793, m. 13 July 1824, HenriettaElizabeth, 6tb daughter of Ichabod Wright, Esq., of Mapperley Hall, Notts, and has issue,

1 Julia-Maria, b. 25 May 1825. 2 George, b. 20 June 1826, m. May 1852, Marion, only child of Edward Southam, Esq., M.I)., and widow of William-Woolley-Leigh Bennett, Esq. 3 John-Henry, Com. R.N.. 4. 30 Nov. 1827 . 4 Charlotte-Henrietta, 4. 3 June 1829, as. 29 Sept. 1853, the Hon. and Rev. Archibald-George-Campbell. —.Vee Cswuoa. 5 Emily-Georgiana, 4. 8 July 1830. 6 Edward-Henry, Com. R.N., 4. 7 June 1832. , 7 Charles-John-Henry, Lieutenant 71st Foot, 4. 28 Sept. 1834. 8 CarolineOctavia, 4. 20 March 1839. 9 Elisabeth-Henrietta, b. 4 Nov. 1842. 10 Henry Frederick, b. 9 Nov. 1844.

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CARNARVON, EARL OF. (herbert.)

Henry-howard-molyneux Herbert, Earl of Carnarvon, and Baron Porchester of Highclere, Co. Southampton, in the Peerage of Great Britain; Constable of Carnarvon Castle, and Captain in the Hants Yeomanry Cavalry; 6. 24 June 1S31, succeeded 10 Dec. 1849.

His Lordship's father, Henry-john-george, Third Earl, b. 8 June 1800> succeeded 16 April 1833, and rf. 10 Dec. 1849; having m. 4 Aug. 1830, HenriettaAnna, eldest daughter of the late Lord Henry Molyneux-Howard,—tee Norfolk, b. 17 July 1804, by whom he had issue,

1 Henry-howard-molyneux, Present And Fourth Earl.

2 Lady Ereline-Alicia-Juliana, b. 21 Dec. 1834, Countess of Portsmouth. 3"Hon. Alan-Percy-Molyneux, 4. 21 Nov. 1836.

4 Hon. Auberon-Edward-Williain-Molyneux, b. 18 June 1838.

5 A daughter, b. and rf. 10 Dec. 1840.

6 Lady Gwendolen, 6. 18 Aug. 1842.

Creations Baron 1780, and Earl 179.1.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Ung je serviray: One will I serve.

Seats.—Highclere Castle, near Newbury; and Pixton, Somersetshire.

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[Uncles andAuntsofthe present Peer,issue of Heury-George, 2nd Earl.]

1 iMdy Harriet-Elisabeth,b. 23 June 1797, d.Tl Nov. 1836; having in. 21 April 1829, Rer. John-C. Stapleton, Rector of Teversall, Notts.

2 Lady Emily Frances - Theresa, b. 25 Oct. 1798, d. 16 Nov. 1854 ; having m. 4 Oct. 1822, Philip Pusey, Esq.—See Radnor, who d. 9 July 1856.

3 Hon. Edward - Charles Hugh, b. 30 March 1802, d. 30 May 1852; having iw. June 1833, Elizabeth, daughter of S. Escort, Esq.,of Hartrow Hall, who d. 16 July 1S40, leaving issue:

1 Edward Hsrmrt, Esq., of Tetton House, Somerset, 6. 1 Sept. 1837.

1 Henry-Algernon,b. 1839, d.H Feb. 1847.

4 Lady Theresa, b. Dec. 1803, d. 13 Sept. 1816.

[Great Uncles and Aunts of the present Peer, issue of Henry, 1st Earl.]

1 Hon. Charles, b. 5 July 1774, »>. 9 July 1800, Hon. Bridget-Augusta-Forrest Byng, 6th daughter of John, 5tb Viscount Torrington, aud '/. 12 Sept. 1808, leaving an oniy daughter,

Augusta-Elizabeth, who M. 10 May 1824, Sir Francis Vincent. Bart.

2 Lady Frances, b. 12 June 1776, d. 22 Aug. 1830, late Lady Ducie.

3 Hon. and Very Rev. William, l.L.I)., Dean of Manchester, b. 12 Jan. 1778, d. 28 May 1847, having m. 17 May 1806, Hon. Letitia-Emily-Dorothea Allen, 2nd daughter

Brantfirs

of Joshua, 6th Viscount Allen,—see Extinct PaEaAOE,— and had issue,

1 Henry-William, 6. 7 April 1807.

2 Louisa-Catherine Georgiana, 6. 17 Dec. 1809, m. 6 June 1848, Colonel Charles Mundy, Under Secretary for the War Department.

3 Frederick Charles, Com. R.N., b. 25 Feb. 1819, m. 12 Sept. 1848, BissieNewenham. youngest daughter of the late Cant. Henry Stuart, 69th Regt.

4 Cecilia-Augusta-Henrietta, t. 28 May 1828.

4 Hon. and Kev. George, b. 21 Feb. 1779, m. 1 Sept- 1806, Frances, daughter of Francis Head, Esq-, and d. 27 March 1826, leaving isBuc:

1 Maria-Justina-Frances, b. 6 Feb. 1808. 2 Frances-Georgina-Caro

line, b. 16 Sept. 1800. 3 George

John, b. 7 April d. 14 July 1811. 4
George, b.t July 1812. d. U. Sept. 1838.

6 Caroline.Honorla-Louisa, b. 11 Oct.
I81S, d. 18 March 18:18. 8 Eliiabeth-
Alicia-Emily-Aunc, b. 22 Jan. 1816.

7 Catherine-Stepney,b. 26 Marrh 1818.

8 Agnes hatinka, '•- 16 Nov. 1820.

6 Hon. Algernon, b. 12 July 1792, d. 10 June 1866 i having m. 2 Aug. 1630, Marianne, 0th daughter of Thomas Lempricre, Esq.,of Lamotte, Jersey, and has issue,

1 Robert-George-Wyndham, b. 12 June 1831. 2 Eliaabeth-Alicia

Maria, b. 14 Feb. 1834. 3 Jane

Caroline, b. 2 June 1837.

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CARNWATH, EARL OF. (dalzell.)

Thomas-henry Dalzell, Earl of Carnwath and Baron Dalzell and Libberton, in the Peerage of Scotland, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia; b. 2 Sept. 1797, succeeded 1 Jan. 1839, m. 1st, 9 Sept. 1834, Mary-Anne, eldest daughter of the late Right Hon. Henry Grattan, and widow of John Blachford, Esq., of Altadore, Co. Wicklow, who d. 22 Sept. 18fi3; and 2ndly, May 1855, Isabella, widow of JohnHartpole Lecky, Esq., and daughter of the late Colonel Eardley Wilmot.

His' Lordship's father, Robert-alexander, The Tenth Earl, [only son of Robert Dalzell, Esq., who d. 31 July 1788, the brother of Alexander, 7th Earl,] was 4. 13 Feb. 1768, restored to the forfeited honours of his ancestors by Act of Parliament, which received the Royal Assent 2G May 1826, d. 1 Jan. 1839; having m. 1st, 23 Sept. 1789, Jane, daughter of Samuel Parkes, Esq., who d. 3 Sept. 1791; 2ndly, 26 April 1794, Andalusia, daughter of Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Browne, of Knockduffe House, Kinsale, who d. in March 1833 ; and 3rdly, 11 Oct. 1838, Jane, daughter of John Carnell, Esq., of Correnden and Hazel Hall, Kent, widow of Major Alexander Morison, of Gunnersbury Park, Middlesex, now Countess DowAger. His Lordship had issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 Elizabeth, 4. 12 Aug. 1790, d. 3 May 1801.

by 2nd marriage:

2 Catherine-Andalusia, b. 7 Feb., d. 1 May, 1795.

3 Robert-Arthur, b. 1 May 1796, d. 30 Dec. 1799.

4 Thomas, The Present And Eleventh Earl.

S^Hon. Colonel Arthur-Alexander, Assistant Adjutant-General in Scotland, 4.15 Sept. 1799.

6 Andalusia, b. 11 June 1801, d. 2 Feb. 1813.

7 Robert-Acklom, b. 17 Dec. 1802, d. 20 Jan. 1804.

8 Hon. Colonel Harry-Burrard, b. 11 Nov. 1804, m. 16 Nov. 1827, Isabella,

daughter of the late Rev. Alexander Campbell, and has issue,

1 Arthur-John, b. 8 April 1829, d. 9 April 184V. 2 Robert-Augustus,

Lieut. Scots Fusilier Guards, b. 13 Oct. 1838. 3 Eleanor-Carnwath,

b. 14 Aug. 1840. 4 Edith-Isabella, b. 13 Oct. 1843.

9 Charlotte-Marianne, b. 28 April 1806, d. young.

10 Lady Emma-Maria, b. 28 March 1809.

11 Lady Eleanor-Jane-Elizabeth, b. 4 Nnv. 1810, d. 3 May 1836.

12 Lady Charlotte-Augusta, b. 24 July 1812, d. 27 Dec. 1844.

13 Hon. Vincent-Carnwath, b. 2 April 1815, d. an infant.

14 Hon. Lieut.-Col. Robert-Alexander-George, C.B., 4. 19 Aug. 1816, m.

27 Aug. 1846, Sarah, eldest daughter of John Harris, Esq., of Eldon House, London, Canada, and has issue,

1 Robert-Harris-Carnwath, b. 1 July 1847. 2 Amelia-Andalusia, b.

11 Dec. 1848, d. 15 Ans. 1830. 3 Mary-Isabella, 4. 22 July 1830. 4

Arthur-Edward, 4. 25 Dec. 1851.

Creations.—'Bxron 1628, Earl 1639. Bart. 1666: but the titles were forfeited by the attainder of Robert,6th Earl, and restored in 1826.

Genealogy See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—I dare.

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CARRICK, EARL OF. (butler.) Somerset-arthur Butler, Earl of Carrick, Co. Tipperary, Viscount Ikerrin, and Baron Butler of Lismallon, Co. Tipperary, in the Peerage of Ireland; Captain Grenadier Guards; h, 30 Jan. 1635, succeeded 16 April 1846. His Lordship served in the Crimea.

His Lordship's father, Somerset-richard, Third Earl, was b. 27 Sept. 1779, succeeded 20 July 1812, and d. 4 Feb. 1838; having m. 1st, 1 Sept. 1811, Anne, eldeit daughter of Owen Wynne, Esq., by Lady Sarah Cole,—see Enniskillen, who d. in childbirth 22 Oct. 1829; 2ndly, 11 Feb. 1833, Lucy, now Countess Dowager, 3rd daughter of the late Arthur French, Esq., of Innfield, who m. 2ndly, 10 Aug. 1842, the Hon. Charles-Harward Butler-Clarke-Southwell-Wandesford,—see Ormonde. His Lordship had issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Sarah-Juliana, b. 29 July 1812, Countess of Clancarty.

2 Lady Anne-Margaret, i. 22 Oct. 1829.

by 2nd marriage:

3 Henry-thomas, Fourth Earl, b. 19 Feb. 1834, succeeded 4 Feb.

1838, f/. 16 April 1846.

4 Somerset-arthur, Present And Fifth Earl.

5 Lady Lucy-Maria, 4. 9 Nov. 1837.

Creations Baron 1007, Viscount 1829, and Earl 1748.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Soyea ferme: Re firm.
Seat.—Mount-Juliet, Kilkenny.

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CARYSFORT, EARL OF. (pboby.)

Granville-lbveson Pboby, Earl of Carysfort, and Baron Carysfort of Carysfort, Co. Wicklow, in the Peerage of Ireland; also Baron Carysfort of Norman Cross, Co. Huntingdon, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; an Admiral on the reserved list, b. 1781, succeeded 11 June 1855, m. 5 May 1818, Isabella, 2nd daughter of the Hon. Hugh Howard,—see Wicklow, and by her, who d. 22 Jan. 1836, has issue:

1 Lady Frances.

2 Lady Elizabeth-Emma, Lady Claude Hamilton.—See Abf.rcorn. > 3*John-Joshua, Lord Proby.

4 Hon. Granville-Leveson, m. 19 July 1853, Lady Augusta-Maria Hare,

eldest daughter of William, 2nd Earl of Listowel, b. 31 May 1832.

5 Hugh, b. 1829, rf. 1852.

6 Lady Isabella.

7 Lady Theodosia.

8 Hon. William.

His Lordship's father, John-joshua, First Earl, Ambassador successively at the Courts of Berlin and St. Petersburgh, was b. 12 Aug. 1751, and rf. 7 April 1828, having been twice married; 1st, 19 March 1774, to Elizabeth, only daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir William Osborne, Bart., who d. in 1783 ; and 2ndly, 12 April 1787, to Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of the late Right-Hon. George Grenville,— see Buckingham, who was A. 30 July 1757, and d. 21 Dec. 1842. His Lordship had issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 William-Mien, Lord Proby, Capl. R.&., b. in 1779, d. 6 Aug. 1804.

2 John, Second Earl, b. 1780, succeeded 7 April 1828, d. 11 June 1855.

3 Granville-leveson, Present And Third Farl.

4 Lady Emma-Elizabeth, d. 24 May 1791.

5 Lady Gertrude, b. 14 March 1782, rf. 1835.

by 2nd marriage:

6 Lady Charlotte, b. 10 Feb. 1788.

7 Lady Frances, b. 13 March 1789, d. 24 March 1855.

8 Hon. George, b. 24 Nov. 1790, rf. 19 April 1791.

9 Lady Elizabeth, 4. 19 April 1792, m. 2 Feb. 1816, Captain William Wells,

R.N., of Holme House, Hunts., who rf. 3 Aug. 1826.

Creations.—Baron 1742, Earl 1789, Irish honours; and Baron Carysfort in the United
Kingdom 1801.
Genealogy—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Manus heec inimica tyrannis: This hand is hostile to tyrants.
Seats Elton-Hall,Stilton, Huntingdonshire; and Glenart-Castle, Wicklow.

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