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CASTLEMAINE, BARON. (handcock.) Richard Handcock, Baron Costlemaine of Moydrum, Co. Westmeath, in the Peerage of Ireland; Representative Peer, b. 17 Nov. 1791, succeeded 18 April 1840, m. 17 April 1822, Margaret, 2nd daughter of Michael Harris, Esq., and has issue,

1 Hon. Florinda, 4. 9 March 1823, m. 25 July 1854, Samuel-Stephen

Bateson, Esq.

2 Mary,b. 17, rf. 30, June 1825.

3*Hon. Richard, b. 25 July 1826, m. 10 Feb. 1857, the Hon. LouisaMatilda Harris, only surviving daughter of William-George, 2nd Lord Harris, 4. 10 Feb. 1836.

4 Hon. Annette, b. 16 April 1828.

5 Jnchiquin, b. 19, rf. 21, June 1829.

6 Hon. Robert-John, b. 19 Sept. 1830, m. 10 Jan. 1856, Caroline-Louisa,

eldest daughter of Colonel Henry Pester, Roy. Art., and has issue,
A daughter, 5. 25 March 1837.

7 Hon. Henry, M.P., Captain 44th Foot, 4. 5 Aug. 1834.

His Lordship's father, Richard, Second Lord, was 4. 14 May 1767, succeeded on the death of his brother William, the late Viscount, 6 Jan. 1839, and d. 18 April 1840; having m. 13 Nov. 1790, Anne, daughter of the late Arthur French, Esq., and aunt of Lord De Freyne; by her, who was b. in 1768, and d. 4 Nov. 1852, he had issue,

1 Richard, Present And Third Lord.

2 Alicia, m. 27 April 1813, Richard-Bovle Bagley, Esq., and d. 13 Aug.

1828.

3 William, Ensign 1 If A Foot, drowned off the Lizard Point in 1811.

4 Arthur, b. 5 April 1796, d. 27 July 1826, having m. 13 April 1817,

Margaret, youngest daughter of Dawson Downing, Esq., of Rosegift,
Co. Londonderry, re-m. 1 Feb. 1837, to the Hon. William Le-Poer
Trench,see Clancarty, who d. 14 Aug. 1846. Arthur Handcock,
Esq., left issue by her,

I Anna.b. 1 Oct. 18?0, d Aug. 1855 s having m. 1 May 1843, Rev. John-
F.-T. Crampton, Rector of Aughrim, co. G-alway.

X Florinda, 6.20 Oct. 1822,d. 14 Ian. 1847, having m. 7 April 1840, ArthurHill Griffith, Esq.

5 Rev. John-Gustavut,d. 2 March 1838; having m. 13 Nov. 1827, Frances

Flood, eldest daughter of the late John-Harward Jessop, Esq., of
Doory Hall, Longford, by whom, who d. 27 Nov. 1848, he left issue,

1 John-Harward-Jeasop, b. 22 Oct. 1820, m. 23 July 1856, France*, eldest daughter of the Rev. Nicholas Devereux, D.D., of Ballyrankin House, Co. Wexford. 2 William-Frederick-Flood, 6. 30 May 1831. 3 FrancesFlood, b. 24 Dec. 1832. 4 Maria, b. 4 March 1834, d. 10 July 1841. 5 Richard-Arthur, !>. 10 Jan. 1836 . 6 Anne-Alicia, b. 24 Nov. 1837.

6 Hon. Sarah, m. 4 Nov. 1817, Major-General Christopher Hamilton, C.I).,

who rf. 14 Dec. 1842.

7 Hon. George, m. 16 Feb. 1833, Elizabeth-Alicia, youngest daughter of

Robert-Henry French, Esq., and cousin of Lord De Freyne, and has issue,

1 Richard, b. 22 Jan. 1835. 2 Charlotte-Elizabeth, b. Sept. 1836. 3 Henrietta, b. April 1838. 4 Jokn-Magenis, b. Jan. 1840, d. 7 April 1844. 5 Robert-Henry, b. June, d. Sept., 1841. 6 Louisa-Anne, b. July 1842,

rf. Aug. 1851.

8 Hon. Anne, m. 1st, 14 Oct. 1830, Colonel Sempronius Stretton, C.B., for

whose former marriage, see Clarina; he rf. 5 Feb. 1842; and she m. 2ndly, 1 Oct. 1846, Colonel Thomas-Gore Browne, C.B., Governor of New Zealand.

9 Hon. Lieut.-Colonel Henry-Robert, Lieut.-Col. 97th Foot, killed while leading his regiment at the storming of Sebastopol, 8 Sept. 1855 ; having »«. 15 May 1854, Ellen-Georgina, eldest daughter of the late Lieut.Colonel Henry Williams, R.A.

10 Hon. Charles, Barrister-at-Law, m. 24 April 1845, Elizabeth, 5th daugh

ter of Daniel Kelly, Esq., of Cargins, Co. Roscommon; and has issue, 1 Mary, A. Feb. 1846. 2 Anne. 3 A daughter, b. July 1833.

11 Hou. Robert-French, Lieut.-Col. Dublin City Militia Artillery, m. IX

April 1848, Isabella-Louisa, only daughter of tbe late James Gordon,
Esq., and has issue,

1 Robert-Gordon, b. 25 April 1849. 2 A daughter, 6. 10 Sept. 1830.

3 A son, b. 11 Apiil 1852. 4 A son. b. Aug. 1863. 6 A daughter,

b. a Jan. 185S. 6 A ion, 6. May 1857.

12 Thomas, d. an infant.

William, First Lord, son of the Very Rev. Richard Handcock, Dean of Achonry, and elder brother of the 2nd Lord, was b. 28 Aug. 1766, created Viscount in 1822, rf. without issue, 6 Jan. 1839, when the Viscounty became extinct. His Lordship m. 20 March 1782, Lady Florinda Le-Poor-Trench, eldest daughter of William-Power-Keating, 1st Earl of Clancarty, *. in 1764, d. 9 Feb. 1851.

Creation 1812.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Vigilate et orate: Watch and pray.

Seat.—Moydrum Caatle, Athlone, and The Hare Island, Co. Westmeath.

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CASTLE-STUART, EARL OF. (stuart.)

Charles-knox Stuart, Earl and Viscount of Castle-Stuart, Lord Stuart, Baron of Castle-Stuart, Co. Tyrone, in the Peerage of Ireland, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia; b. 23 April 1810, succeeded his brother 20 Feb. 1857, m. 24 March 1835, Charlotte-Raffles-Drury, only daughter of the late Quintin Thompson, Esq., of the Hon. E. I. C.'s Civil Service, and has issue,

1 A daughter, still-born, Dec. 1835.

2*Henry-James, Viscount Stuart, 6. 20 March 1837.

3 Lady Mary, A. 15 April 1838.

4 Lady Charlotte-Sophia, b. 21 Oct. 1839.

5 Lady Ella-Sophia, b. 23 Nov. 1841.

6 Lady Alice-Maud, A. 8 June 1843.

7 Lady Leonora-Wilhelinina, b. 5 Aug. 1844.

8 Lady Margaretta-Louisa, A. March 1847.

9 Lady Selina Octavia,

His Lordship's father, Robert, Second Earl, was A. 19 Aug. 1784, succeeded 26 Aug. 1809, d. 10 June 1854; having m. 23 April 1806, Jemima, only daughter of the late Colonel Robison, R.A., Countess Dowager, by whom he had issue,

1 Edward, Third Earl, b. 11 Sept. 1807, succeeded 10 June 1854, and

d. without issue, 20 Feb. 1857; having m. Feb. 1830, Emmeline, now Countess Dowager, only surviving daughter of the late Benjamin Bathurst, Esq., and grand-daughter of the late Bishop of Norwich.

2 A ton, still-born 13 Jan. 1809.

3 Charles Knox, Present And Fourth Earl.

4 Hon. Robert, b. 4 Sept. 1811, d. Oct. 1832.

5 Hon. and Rev. Andrew-Godfrey, Rector of Cottesmore, Rutland, and

Honorary Canon of Peterborough, A. 24 Sept. 1812, m. 1st, 21 Dec. 1835, the Hon. Catherine-Anne Wmgfield, only daughter of Richard, 5th Viscount Powerscourt, A. 19 Feb. 1817, d. 25 Dec. 1845; and 2ndly, 24 April 1849, Mary-Penelope, 2nd daughter of the Hon. and Rev.

Leland-Noel Noel.—See Gainsborough. He has issue,

1 Robert-Edward, b. 2 Nov. 1836, d. 30 May 1867. 2 Theodosia-Anne, b. lOSept. 1838. S Frances, b. 5 May 1840, il. 4 June 1847. 4

Andrew-John, 6.21 Dec. 1841. 3 Richard-Wingneld,6. 17 Jan. 1843.

6 William-Cashel,6. 25 Nov. 1844.= 7 Mary, b. and d. 4 Deo. 18-19. 8 Horace-Noel, 6. 30 Dec. 1850. 0 Waller, b. 25 June 1862, d. 29

April 1863. 10 Helen, b. 19 Aug. 1853, ./. 20 Aug. 1867. 11

Douglas, 6.20 Oct. 1864. 12 Mary-Beatrice, 6. IS May I860.

6 Hon. William-Hamilton, b. 30 Nov. 1815, rf. 14 Jan. 1854.

7 Lady Julia-Frances, b. 11 Sept. 1817, rf. 17 April 1837.

8 Lady Charlotte-Octavia, b. 8 July 1819, rf. Aug. 1819.

Creations,—Baron 1610, Viscount 1703, and Earl
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Forward.

Seat.—Stuart-Hall, Stewartstown, Co. Tyrone.

1800. Baronet of Nora Scotia 1637.

Collateral Branrhrs.

[Uncle and Aunts of the present Peer, issue of Andrew-Thomas, 1st Burl.]

1 Lady Caroline, 6. 23 Aug. 1783, in. 16 Jan. 1815, Lieut. General Sir James Bathurst, K.C.B., 2nd son of Henry, late Lord Bishop of Norwich, who was L. in 1782, and d. 13 April 1860.

2 H"n. Harriet, b. 30 Dec. 1785, d. young.

3 Lady Sarah, b. 31 March 1787, m. 16 Sept. 1836, the Rev. George Grimitead, of Lower Ashstcd House, Surrey, who d. March IH33.

4 Hon. Anne, b. 12 Dec. 1788, d. 3 June 1703.

6 Hon. Andrew-Godfrey, of Lisdhu, Dun.

Jannon, Co. Tyrone, b. 8 Dec. 1700, m. 10 an. 1814, Sirphia-lsaheila, eldest daughter of George Lenox-Conyngham, Esq.,of Spring Hill, Co. Londonderry, and by her, who d. 24 June 1864, has issue:

1 Andrew-Thomas, m. and has Usue.

2 Capt. George - William - Conyngham. Adjutant K. North Down Militia Rifles, m.7 Dec. 1864, Marianne, widow of the Rev. Aaron Forster, of Milton

Lodge, Wells, and only child of the late James Crutwell, Esq.

3 John-James-Ochiltree, Lieutenant and Ail in i.m t 5th Regt. Madraa Native Infantry, d. 10 March 1846.

4 Charlotte-Augusta, twin with her brother, m. 4 March 1847, the Rer. George Robinson.

5 Sarah-Henrietta-Caroliue-Sophia, m. 17 Sept. 1846, John-Graves Thompson, Esq.

6 Emily-Olivia.

7 Burleigh- William - Henry- FitaOibbon.

8 Olivia-Anna-Octavia.

B Robert-Arthur Walter-Charles, m. 24 April 1855, J,ouisa-Frances, 3rd daughter of Edmund-Singer Burton, Esq., of Churchill, Nurthants.

10 Sophia Letitia, b. 12 Aug. 1830.

11 Anna-Floreace-Eleanor, 6.22 Aug. 1832, d. 22 Dec. 1842.

12 Caroline-Elizabeth-Josephine, 6. 31 May 1837.

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CATHCART, EARL. (cathcart.) Charles-murray Cathcart, Earl Cathcart, Viscount Cathcart of Cathcart, and Baron Greenock, Co. Renfrew, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; also Baron Cathcart, in Scotland; K.C.B., a General in the Army, and Colonel of the 1st King's Dragoon Guards, Knight of Wilhelrn of Holland, and St. Wladimir of Russia, LL.D., a Vice-President of the Royal Society of Scotland; 6. 21 Dec. 1783, succeeded 17 June 1843, m. in France 30 Sept. 1818, and at Portsea 12 Feb. 1819, Henrietta, 2nd daughter of Thomas Mather, Esq., and has issue:

1 Lady Elizabeth, b. 2 July 1821, m. 1 June 1843, Colonel John Douglas,

C.B., Lieut.-Colonel 79th Foot

2 Lady Henrietta-Louisa-Frances, b. 23 April 1823.

3 Hon. Charles, b. 23 Nov. 1824, rf. 11 Feb. 1825.

4*Alan-Frederick, Lord Greenock,*. 15 Nov. 1828, m. 2 April 1850, Elizabeth-Mary, eldest daughter and heir of the late Sir Samuel Crompton, Bart, of Woodend, Yorks., and Throwly Hall, Staffordshire, and has issue,

1 Hon. Isabel, 4. 2S Sept. 1891, d. 29 Not. 1858. 2' Hon. Alan, b. IS

March ISiii.

5 Hon. Lieut.-Col. Augustus-Murray, 4. 18 Aug. 1830.

6 Lady Adelaide, 4. 13 July 1833, m. 13 July 1850, John-Raudolphus de

Trafford, Esq., of Croston Hall, Lane. His Lordship's father, William-schaw, First Earl, K.T., was 4. 17 Sept. 1755, succeeded as Baron Cathcart in Scotland 14 Aug. 1776, and d. 17 June 1843, having m. 10 April 1779, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Andrew Elliot, Esq., uncle of Gilbert, 1st Earl of Minto, who was 4. in 1758, and d. 14 Dec. 1847. They had issue:

1 Hon. Jane-Elizabeth, 4. 25 Jan. 1780, d. 1780.

2 Hon. Wdliam, 4. 30 June 1782, d. 5 June 1804.

3 Charles-murray, Present And Second Earl.

4 A ton, still-born 1 Sept. 1785.

& Hon. Colonel Frederick M'adam-cathcart of Craigengillan, Knight of the Russian Order of St. Anne, Colonel of the Prince Regent's Royal Regiment of Ayrshire Militia. 4. 28 Oct. 1789, w. 18 Nov. 1827, Jane, daughter and heir of the late Quentin M'Adam, Esq., of Craigengillan; without issue.

6 Lady Louisa, 4. 14 June 1791.

7 Hon. Lieut.-Gen. Sir George, G.C.B., 4. 12 May 1794, killed at the battle

of Inkerman, 5 Nov. 1854; having m. 16 Dec. 1824, Lady Georgiana Greville, eldest daughter of the late Hon. Robert-Fulke Greville, and Louisa, late Countess of Mansfield, 4. 28 July 1798, by whom he has issue:

I Jane, 6. 21 Oct. 1823. 2 Louisa-Margaret, b. Sept. 1827, d. 12 March 1834. 3 Georgiana-ilary, b. 20 April 1829,4.7 June 1862. 4 Alice,

. 6.7 Sept. 1830, d. 14 June 1856. 5 George-Grevilte, b. 13 Dec. 1832,

d. 12 May 1841. 6 Hon. Emily-Sarah, Maid of Honour to Her Majesty, 4. 29 Nor. 1834. 7 Louisa, 6. 29 June 1839 . 8 Anne, b. 23 Oct. 1840.

8 Lady Mary-Elizabeth, 4. 22 Sept. 1796.

9 Lady Augusta-Sophia, 4. 25 Nov. 1799, d. 18 Nov. 1846.

10 Hon. Capt. Adolphus-Frederick, 4. 28 June 1803, m. 28 June 1832, Margaret, 2nd daughter of William - Foreman Home, Esq., of Billy and Paxton, Berwickshire. Creations.—Viscount and Baron 1807, and Earl 1814, English honours; Baron Cathcart in Scotland, 1447. Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume. Motto.—1 hope to speed. Seat.—Cathcart House, Renfrewshire.

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CAVAN, EARL OF. (lambart.) Frederick-john-william Lambart, Earl of the Co. of Cavan, Viscount Kilcoursie, of Kilcoursie, King's County, Lord Lambart,

and Baron of Cavnn, in the Irish Peerage; b. 30Dec. 1815, succeeded 21 Nov. 1837, m.24 July 1838, the Hon. Caroline-Augusta Littleton, 3rd daughter of Lord Hatherton, 6. 16 Mav 1817 , and has issue,

1 •Frederick-Edward-Gould, Viscount Kilcou'rsie, R.N., 4. 21 Oct. 1839.

2 Hon. Evelyn-Charles, 4.28 Jan., rf. 27 April, 1842.

3 Hon. Charles-Evelyn, 4. 13 Feb. 1843.

4 Hon. William, 4. 24 Oct. 1844.

5 Hon. Gerald-John, 4. 5 July 1846.

6 Lady Mary-Hyacinthe, 4. 8 Oct. 1847.

7 Lady Sarah-Sophia, 4. 3 June 1850.

8 Hun. Octavius-Henry, 4. 10 Jan. 1855.

His Lordship's father, George-Frederick-Augustus, Viscount Kilcoursie, 4. 9 March 1789, d. in his father's lifetime, 28 Dec. 1828; baring m. 14 May 1811, Sarah, only daughter of J. P. Coppin, Esq., of Cowley, Oxon., by whom, who at. 30 Dec. 1823, he had the following issue, of whom the younger children were raised to the precedency of an Earl's son and daughters 18 May 1838:

1 Hon. Richard, 4. 4 Nov. 1812, d. in 1813.

2 Frederick-john-william, Present And Eighth Earl.

3 Lady Henrietta-Augusta, »i. 12 Aug. 1845, Robert-John Harvey, Esq.,

jun., of Mousehold-house, Norwich, 4. 16 April 1817.

4 Lady Alicia, m. 13 April 1849, the Rev. James-Stevenson Blackwood, LL.D.

and D.D.

5 Lady Julia, m. 3 Aug. 1841, Rev. Theodore Bouwens, Prebendary of Lin

coln, and Rector of St. Mary's, Bedford, and Stoke Hammond, Bucks.

6 Hon. Oliver-George, m. 13 July 1847, Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of the lute

William Spear, Esq., of Monckton, Dorset.

His Lordship's grandfather, Richard-ford-william, Seventh Earl, 4. 1(1 Sept. 1763, succeeded 2 Nov. 1778, d. 21 Nov. 1837; having m. 1st, 8 July 1782, Honora-Margaretta, youngest daughter and co-heir of the late Sir Henry Gould, Knt., who d. 1 Oct. 1813; and 2ndly, 11 Aug. 1814, Li Bia, 2nd daughter of the late William Arnold, Esq., of Slatwood, Isle of Wight, now Countess Dowauer. For his Lordship's issue by both marriages, i« below.

Creations—Baron 1618, Viscount and Earl 1047.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Ot quocunque paratus: Prepared on every side.
•Stair.—Sharpbam Park, Bridgewater, Somerset.

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Urattrirs.

1 Lydia-Annle-Georgina, b. 14 Sept. 1846. 3 Ford-Edward-Willes, b. 18 April 1849. 3 Frederick - Richard Henry, b. 10 June 1850. 4 Percy. Francis, 4.2 Oct. 1851. 5 RadulphAngustus-Arnolit, b. 2 Dec. 1882. 0 A son, b. 2 Jan. 1857.

[Issneof Charles, great-grandson of the Hon.
Oliver Lambart, 3rd son of the 1st Earl.]

1 Gustavtu, b. IB Sept. 1772, rf. Sept. 1850; having m. Anna-Butler, dnughter of the late Sir John Stevenson, by whom be had issue,

1 Gustavus-William Lam Bast, Esq., of Beau Pare, Co. Meath, and Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath, b. 7 Aug. 1814, m. 6 June 1847, Lady Krancea CarolineMaria Conyngham, 2nd daughter of the MarquisConyngbam, and has issue,

1 Fraucis-Gustavua-William, 6. 28 March 1848. 2 Amy-Gwendaline, b. 10 Aug. 1882. 3 CecilJane, 4. 21 Sept. 1864. 4 A dauphter, 6. Sept. I860.

2 Charles-James,fa. Marian, daughter of — Smith, Esq.

3 Olivia-Florence.

4 Frances - Anne - Catherine, m. Robert Westley Hall-Dare, Esq.

2 FrancesThomasint, d. 30 Dec. 1819, late Countess Talbot.

3 Elizabeth, if. 2 Dee. 1828; having m. 6 Aug. 1708, Sir Rose Price, Hart., who d. 20 Sept. 1834.

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