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Falkland, Viscount of (S, 1620)

 

 

Arms of Cary, Viscount of Falkland - Memorial to Lucius [Cary], 2nd Viscount of Falkland, Great Tew Parish Church, Oxfordshire

 

Creation: let. pat. 10 Nov 1620

 

Family name: Cary

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Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Argent on a Bend Sable three Roses of the field barbed and seeded proper (Cary);  2nd, Sable two Bars nebuly Ermine (Spencer of Spencer Combe);  4th, France and England quarterly with a Bordure company Argent and Azure (Beaufort)

Crest:

A Swan wings elevated proper

Supporters:

Dexter:  An Unicorn Argent armed crined tufted and unguled Or;  Sinister:  A Lion guardant proper ducally crowned and gorged with a Plain Collar Or

Motto:

In Utroque Fidelis (Faithful in both)

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Henry [Cary], 1st Viscount of Falkland, PC

1st son and hr. of Sir Edward Cary, of Aldenham and Berkhamstead, co. Hertford, Master of the Jewel House (by his wife Catherine, dau. of Sir Henry Knyvett, of Buckenham, co. Norfolk), 2nd son of Sir John Cary, of Plashey and Thremhall Priory, co. Essex (by his wife Joyce Walsingham, widow of William Walsingham and 5th dau. of Sir Edmund Denny, a Baron of the Exchequer), elder brother of William Cary, the ancestor of the extinct Carys, Lords Hunsdon and Earls of Dover and of the extinct Carys, Earls of Monmouth, and 1st son and hr. of Thomas Cary by his wife Margaret Spencer, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Sir Robert Spencer, of Spencer Combe, co. Devon, by his wife Lady Eleanor Beaufort, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Edmund [Beaufort], 1st Duke of Somerset

born

c.1575

mar.

aft. 27 Jun 1602 Elizabeth Tanfield (b. 1585; d. Oct 1639), only dau. and hrss. of Sir Laurence Tanfield, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 1607-25, by his wife Elizabeth Symondes, dau. of Giles Symondes, of Clay, co. Norfolk

children

1. Hon Lucius Cary, later 2nd Viscount of Falkland

2. Hon Sir Lawrence Cary, killed at the Battle of Swords (bapt. 5 Oct 1613; d. 1642)

3. Edward Cary (bur. vp. 29 Aug 1616)

4. ? a son known as "Father Placid"

5. Hon Patrick Cary, of Dublin (b. 1623; d. 15 Mar 1656/7), mar. 1653 Susan Uvedale (d. 25 Jul 1658), dau. of Francis Uvedale, 3rd son of Sir William Uvedale, of Wickham, co. Hertford, and had issue:

1a. John Cary (b. 30 Oct 1654; dsp.)

2a. Edward Cary, of Caldicote, co. Monmouth, High Bailiff of Westminster (bapt. 25 Apr 1656; d. bef. 24 Nov 1692), mar. his second cousin Hon Anne Lucas (mar. (2) as his first wife Capt Lord Archibald Hamilton of Riccartoun and Pardovan MP RN, of Confey Castle, co. Kildare, Governor of Greenwich Hospital and Governor of Jamaica (bapt. 17 Feb 1673;  d. 5 Apr 1754), 7th son of Lady Anne Hamilton, suo jure Duchess of Hamilton), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Charles [Lucas], 2nd Baron Lucas of Shenfield, by his wife Lady Penelope Leke, 6th dau. of Francis [Leke], 1st Earl of Scarsdale, by his wife Anne Cary, sister of Henry [Cary], 1st Viscount of Falkland, and 6th dau. of Sir Edward Cary, of Aldenham and Berkhamstead, co. Hertford, and had issue:

1b. Lucius Henry Cary, later 6th Viscount of Falkland

1b. Frances Cary (dspms. 17 Feb 1768; bur. at Youghal, co. Cork), mar. Feb 1705/6 John [FitzGerald-Villiers], 1st Earl Grandison, and had issue

1a. Susan Patricia Cary

2a. Patricia Cary

1. Hon Catherine Cary (b. c. 1609; dsp. bef. 8 May 1626), mar. after 2 Aug 1622 as his first wife James [Home], 2nd Earl of Home

2. Hon Anne Cary, a nun at Cambrai (bapt. 4 Dec 1614; d. unm.)

3. Hon Elizabeth Cary, a nun at Cambrai as Sister Clementina (bapt. 15 Nov 1617; d. 17 Nov 1683)

4. Hon Lucy Cary, a nun at Cambrai as Sister Magdalena (bapt. 23 Dec 1619; d. 1 Nov 1650)

5. Hon Victoria Cary (bapt. 16 Sep 1620), mar. (1) Sir William Uvedale, of Wickham, co. Hertford (bur. 3 Dec 1682), and (2) 14 Aug 1653 Bartholomew Price, of Linlithgow

6. Hon Mary Cary, a nun at Cambrai (bapt. 9 Jan 1621/2; d. 22 Sep 1693)

bur.

25 Sep 1633 (at Aldenham, co. Hertford)

created

10 Nov 1620 Lord Cary and Viscount of Falkland to him and his heirs male bearing the name of Cary;  confirmed 18 Sep 1627 by a patent of naturalisation as if he and they had been natives of Scotland

suc. by

son

note

admitted to Gray's Inn 1590; knighted 1599; Privy Councillor 1617/8; Comptroller of the Household 1618-22; Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire 1620-22; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1622-29

 

Lucius [Cary], 2nd Viscount of Falkland, PC

born

1610

mar.

bef. 22 May 1630 Letitia Morison (b. c. 1611; bur. 27 Feb 1646/7; bur. at Great Tew, co. Oxford), dau. of Sir Richard Morison, of Tooley Park, co. Leicester, by his wife Mary Harington, dau. of Sir Henry Harington

children

1. Hon Lucius Cary, later 3rd Viscount of Falkland

2. Hon Henry Cary, later 4th Viscount of Falkland

3. Hon Lorenzo Cary (bapt. 28 Nov 1637; bur. 2 Nov 1645)

4. Hon Adolphus Cary (bapt. 22 May 1639; bur. vp. 22 Jan 1640/1)

died

20 Sep 1643 (bur. at Great Tew, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

knighted 1626; inherited the estates of Great Tew and Burford, co. Oxford, from his maternal grandfather 1629; Member of Parliament for Newport Isle of Wight 1640-42; Privy Councillor 1641/2; Secretary of State 1642-43; fought with King Charles I at the Battle of Edgehill and at the Siege of Gloucester; killed at the first Battle of Newbury

 

Lucius [Cary], 3rd Viscount of Falkland

bapt.

5 Jul 1632

died

s.p. 27 Sep 1649 (bur. at Great Tew, co. Oxford)

suc. by

brother

 

Henry [Cary], 4th Viscount of Falkland, PC

bapt.

21 Nov 1634

mar.

14 Apr 1653 Rachael Hungerford (bapt. 8 Mar 1637; mar. (2) Rt Hon Sir James Hayes, of Bedgebury Park, Goudhurst, co. Kent;  d. 24 Feb 1717/8; bur. at Goudhurst, co. Kent), dau. of Anthony Hungerford, of Blackbourton, co. Oxford, and Farleigh Castle, co. Somerset, by his wife Rachael Jones, dau. of Rice Jones, of Esthall, co. Oxford

only child

1. Hon Anthony Cary, later 5th Viscount of Falkland

died

2 Apr 1663 (bur. at Great Tew, co. Oxford)

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Oxfordshire 1659 and 1661-63, for Oxford 1660, and for Fore 1662-63; imprisoned in the Tower of London 1659 on suspicion of being part of a plot to restore King Charles II; Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire 1660-63; Privy Councillor [I] 1662

 

Anthony [Cary], 5th Viscount of Falkland, PC

born

15 Feb 1656

mar.

Rebecca Lytton (bapt. 3 Jul 1662; d. 30 Sep 1709; bur. in St Paul's Cathedral, London), only child of Sir Rowland Lytton, of Knebworth, co. Hertford, by his second wife Rebecca Chapman, dau. and cohrss. of Thomas Chapman, of Wormeley, co. Hertford

only child

1. Hon Harriet Cary (bapt. 24 Jul 1683; dvp. 21 Oct 1683)

died

s.p.s. 24 May 1694 (bur. in Westminster Abbey)

suc. by

second cousin

note

Treasurer of the Navy 1681-89; Member of Parliament (Tory) for Oxfordshire 1685-88, for Great Marlow 1689-90 and for Great Bedwyn 1690-94; Commissioner of the Admiralty1690/1-93; First Lord of the Admiralty 1693-94; Privy Councillor 1691/2; following a vote in the House of Commons he was imprisoned in the Tower of London for peculation 1693/4

 

Lucius Henry [Cary], 6th Viscount of Falkland

born

27 Aug 1687

mar. (1)

5 Oct 1704 Dorothy Molyneux (d. 26 Jun 1722 ; bur. at Stanwell, co. Middlesex), 1st dau. of Francis Molyneux, woollen draper, of St Gregory's, London, by his wife Mary Tancred, dau. of Charles Tancred, of Whixley, co. York

children by first wife

1. Hon Lucius Charles Cary, later 7th Viscount of Falkland

2. Gen Hon George Cary, of Leven Grove and Southerskelfe, co. York (d. 11 Apr 1792), mar. Isabella Ingram (d. 12 Apr 1799), only dau. and hrss. of Arthur Ingram, of Barrowby, co. York, and had issue

3. Hon Leeke Cary (d. at Cadiz 20 Mar 1729/30)

4. Hon Henry John Cary (bapt. 21 Jan 1716/7)

1. Hon Frances Cary (bapt. 12 Jan 1718/9; bur. vp. 14 Jan 1718/9)

2. Hon Dorothy Cary (bur. vp. 9 Feb 1719/20)

mar. (2)

Laura Dillon (b. 18 Sep 1708; dspm. 12 Jul 1741), sister of Henry [Dillon], 11th Viscount Dillon, and 5th dau. of Lt Gen Hon Arthur Dillon, 1st Count Dillon and titular Earl Dillon (by his wife Christiana Sheldon, dau. of Ralph Sheldon), 3rd son of Theobald [Dillon], 7th Viscount Dillon

only child by second wife

3. Hon Lucy Cary (d. 7 Feb 1804), mar. Lieut Gen Count de Rothe, Col of the Irish Regiment of Rothe in the French Army

died

31 Dec 1730 (bur. in the Church of St Sulpice, Paris, France)

suc. by

son by 1st wife

note

served in Spain under General Stanhope; Lt Col 1705/6-10; suc. to the Cary family estate at Stanwell, co. Middlesex, which he sold soon after; a supporter of the exiled House of Stuart, he was cr. Earl of Falkland 13 Dec 1722 by the titular King James III & VIII

 

Lucius Charles [Cary], 7th Viscount of Falkland

born

c.1707

mar. (1)

16 Apr 1734 Jane FitzGerald-Villiers (widow of her husband's cousin Hon James Fitzgerald-Villiers, styled Lord Villiers, 1st son and hr. of John [FitzGerald-Villiers], 1st Earl Grandison, by his wife Frances Cary, sister of Lucius Henry [Cary], 6th Viscount of Falkland, and only dau. of Edward Cary, of Caldicote, co. Monmouth;  d. 20 Dec 1751; bur. in South Audley Street Chapel, London), dau. and hrss. of Richard Butler, of London, conveyancer

children by first wife

1. Col Hon Lucius Ferdinand Cary, Master of Falkland, Governor of Goree, commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in Tobago (dvp. 20 Aug 1780), mar. Mar 1760 Anne Leith, dau. of Col Alexander Leith, Provost of Aberdeen, by his wife Anne Milet, and had issue:

1a. Henry Thomas Cary, later 8th Viscount of Falkland

2a. Charles John Cary, later 9th Viscount of Falkland

1a. Charlotte Maria Cary (b. Nov 1764), mar. Samuel Charters, and had issue

2a. Lucia Cary, mar. 10 Jan 1783 Lt Col John Grattan, Adjutant-General of the Army in Madras

3a. Lavinia Matilda Cary (b. 1770)

4a. Almeria Augusta Cary (b. Jan 1772; d. 24 Jun 1811), mar. 20 Aug 1800 Rev William Digby

5a. Hon Emilia Sophia Cary, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Viscount by Royal Warrant 1834 (b. Mar 1775), mar. 24 Apr 1798 as his second wife Maj Charles Thomas Grant (b. 1769; d. c. 1831), 2nd son of Lt Gen Francis Grant MP (by his wife Catherine Sophia Cox, dau. of Joseph Cox, of Stanford-in-the-Vale, co. Berkshire), 3rd son of Sir James Grant of Grant, 3rd Bt., and had issue

1. Hon Jane Cary (b. 1736; d. Mar 1808)

2. Hon Mary Elizabeth Cary (b. 1738; d. 1 Oct 1783), mar. Ven John Law DD, Archdeacon of Rochester (b. c. 1739; d. 5 Feb 1827), and had issue

3. Hon Frances Dorothy Cary (d. 1761), mar. 12 Jul 1760 William Plumer MP, of Gilston Park, co. Hertford

4. Hon Mary Cary

5. Hon Charlotte Cary, mar. Jun 1779 Anthony Chapman

mar. (2)

10 Oct 1752 Sarah Howard (b. 1714; widow of Henry [Howard], 10th Earl of Suffolk;  d. 27 May 1776; bur. at Widford, co. Essex), dau. and hrss. of Thomas Inwen MP, of St Saviour's, Southwark, London, by his wife Sara Hucks, dau. of William Hucks, of St Giles-in-the-Fields, London, brewer

died

27 Feb 1785

suc. by

grandson

 

Henry Thomas [Cary], 8th Viscount of Falkland

born

27 Feb 1766

died

28 May 1796 (bur. in Bath Abbey)

suc. by

brother

note

Cornet, 10th Regiment of Dragoons; Lieut, 43rd Regiment of Foot

 

Charles John [Cary], 9th Viscount of Falkland

born

Nov 1768

mar.

25 Aug 1802 Christiana Anton (d. 25 Jul 1822)

children

1. Hon Lucius Bentinck Cary, later 10th Viscount of Falkland

2. Hon Plantagenet Pierrepoint Cary, later 11th Viscount of Falkland

3. Capt Hon Byron Charles Ferdinand Plantagenet Cary RN (b. 5 Oct 1808; d. 21 Feb 1874), mar. 19 Feb 1844 Selina Mary Fox (d. 10 Aug 1868), dau. of Rev Francis Fox, of Fox Hall, co. Longford, and had issue:

1a. Byron Plantagenet Cary, later 12th Viscount of Falkland

2a. Charles Lucius Cary (b. 2 Jun 1847; d. 17 Jun 1880)

1a. Hon Emma Amelia Cary, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Viscount by Royal Warrant 1886 (d. 2 Dec 1931), mar. 8 Mar 1869 Thomas Benyon Ferguson, barrister (d. 12 Nov 1875), and had issue

2a. Hon Selina Catherine Cary, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Viscount by Royal Warrant 1886 (d. 28 Feb 1946), mar. 27 Sep 1877 Charles Edward Fox, barrister, Master of Equity in the High Court of Bombay (d. 6 Nov 1897), and had issue

3a. Hon Anne Christiana Cary, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Viscount by Royal Warrant 1886 (d. 14 Jan 1923), mar. Jun 1898 Maj Servante Morland, of Hextle House, Tonbridge, co. Kent, son of Thomas Morland, of Montreal, Canada

1. Hon Emma Christiana Cary (d. unm. 11 Jan 1827)

died

2 Mar 1809

suc. by

son

note

Capt, Royal Navy 1803; died from wounds following a duel at Chalk Farm, co. Middlesex

 

Lucius Bentinck [Cary], 10th Viscount of Falkland, GCH PC

born

5 Nov 1803

mar. (1)

27 Dec 1830 Lady Amelia FitzClarence (b. 5 Nov 1803; d. 2 Jul 1858; bur. at Hutton Rudby, co. York), 5th illegit. dau. of King William IV by his mistress Dora Bland ("Mrs Jordan"), dau. of Francis Bland, of co. Kerry

children by first wife

1. Capt Hon Lucius William Charles Augustus Frederick Cary DL, Master of Falkland (b. 24 Nov 1831; dvp. and sp. 6 Aug 1871), mar. 11 May 1858 Sarah Christina Keighley (mar. (2) 8 Feb 1876 Col Boyle Vandeleur (d. 12 Apr 1898), 2nd son of Rev William Vandeleur, Vicar of Julianstown, co. Meath; d. 4 Oct 1902), only dau. of Maj Henry Peach Keighley, of Idlicote House, co. Warwick, Judge Advocate General of the Madras Army

mar. (2)

10 Nov 1859 Elizabeth Catherine Beauclerk (widow of William Aubrey de Vere [Beauclerk], 9th Duke of St Albans;  d. 2 Dec 1893; cremated and bur. at Redbourne, co. Lincoln), yst. dau. of Maj General Joseph Gubbins, of Kilfrush, co. Limerick, and Stoneham, co. Hampshire, by his first wife Charlotte Bathoe, dau. of James Bathoe, of Bath

died

s.p.s. 12 Mar 1884

created

15 May 1832 Baron Hunsdon, of Scutterskelfe in the County of York

suc. by

brother

note

Capt, 7th Regiment of Foot; a Lord of the Bedchamber to King William IV 1830-37; GCH 1831; a Representative Peer for Scotland (Liberal) 1831-32; a Lord in Waiting 1837-40; Privy Councillor 1837; Governor of Nova Scotia 1840-46;  Capt of the Yeomen of the Guard 1846-48; Governor of Bombay 1848-53;  on his death the Barony of Hunsdon became extinct

 

Plantagenet Pierrepoint [Cary], 11th Viscount of Falkland

born

8 Sep 1806

mar.

27 Apr 1843 Mary Anne Maubert (b. c. 1819; d. 2 Jan 1863), only child of John Francis Maubert, of Norwood, co. Surrey

died

s.p. 1 Feb 1886 (bur. in All Saints Church, Lower Norwood, co. Surrey)

suc. by

nephew

note

entered the Royal Navy 1820; served in the Burmese War; Rear Admiral 1858; Vice Admiral 1865; Admiral 1870; sold the Yorkshire estates of the Cary family c. 1900

 

Byron Plantagenet [Cary], 12th Viscount of Falkland, DL

born

3 Apr 1845

mar.

25 Sep 1879 Mary Reade (d. 17 Nov 1920), dau. of Robert Reade, of New York, USA, by his wife Mary Lucas, dau. of Rev William Lucas

children

1. Hon Lucius Plantagenet Cary, later 13th Viscount of Falkland

2. Lt Cmdr Hon Byron Plantagenet Cary DSO RN, killed at sea (b. 25 Jan 1887; dvp. 16 Sep 1917)

3. Maj Hon Philip Plantagenet Cary FSA, Bluemantle Pursuivant 1919-23, York Herald 1923-32 (b. 24 Sep 1895; d. 21 Jun 1968), mar. 20 Mar 1920 Esther Mildred Leon (b. 16 Dec 1899; d. 19...), only dau. of Sir George Edward Leon, 2nd Bt., by his first wife Mildred Ethel Jennings, dau. of Louis J Jennings MP, and had issue

1. Hon Catherine Mary Cary (b. 29 May 1882; d. 16 Oct 1972), mar. 3 Jun 1912 Lt Col Sir Godfrey Dalrymple White later Dalrymple-White, 1st Bt., and had issue

2. Hon Mary Selina Cary SSStJ (b. 10 Nov 1884; d. 6 Nov 1960)

3. Hon Lettice Cary (b. 29 Sep 1888; d. 19 Dec 1963), mar. (1) 6 Jun 1918 Cdr Ralph Neville RN (b. 4 Sep 1887; d. 4 Aug 1936), 1st son and hr. of Admiral Sir George Neville KCB CVO, by his wife Fairlie Florence Lloyd-Jones, dau. of David Lloyd-Jones, of Llandovery, co. Carmarthen, and (2) 26 Jan 1937 Maj Philip John Sherwin Pearson-Gregory MC (d. 12 Jun 1955), only son of Thomas Sherwin Pearson-Gregory, of Harlaxton Manor, Grantham, co. Lincoln, and had issue by her first husband

died

10 Jan 1922

suc. by

son

note

Ensign, 49th Regiment of Foot 1863, and later 35th Regiment of Foot 1868; retired from the Army with the rank of Lt Col, 1883; a Representative Peer for Scotland (Conservative) 1894-1922

 

Lucius Plantagenet [Cary], 13th Viscount of Falkland, OBE

born

23 Sep 1880

mar.

6 Apr 1904 Ella Louise Catford (d. 4 May 1954), 1st dau. of Edward Walter Catford, of Brooklin, Twickenham, co. Middlesex

children

1. Hon Lucius Henry Charles Plantagenet Cary, later 14th Viscount of Falkland

2. F/O Hon Byron Godfrey Plantagenet Cary RAFVR (b. 26 Jun 1908; d. 1971), mar. 22 Jun 1932 Daphne Helen King (d. 11 Jan 1997), 1st dau. of Capt Edward Westcott King, and had issue

3. Hon Richard Lorenzo Plantagenet Cary (b. 31 Mar 1915), mar. 31 Jul 1959 Dorothy Denise Lloyd

1. Hon Rosemary Sylvia Cary (b. 22 Feb 1910; d. 19...), mar. (1) 17 Aug 1928 (div. 1936) John de Perigault Gurney Mayhew, 1st son of Lt Col Sir John Dixon Mayhew TD DL MP, of Newton Hall, Dunmow, co. Essex, and (2) 6 Jan 1937 Maj Aubrey Esson-Scott, son of David Esson-Scott, and had issue by her first husband

2. Hon Sheila Cary (b. 20 Mar 1912; d. 20 Mar 1976), mar. 8 Apr 1931 William Philip Neville Edwards CBE, of Littlehampton, co. Sussex, and had issue

died

24 Jul 1961

suc. by

son

note

joined the Grenadier Guards 1899; served in South Africa 1899-1902; Lieut, 1903; served in Nairobi, East Africa 1903-05; Capt, 1908-10; served in World War I 1914-18 as Capt, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards; Deputy Governor of Wandsworth Prison 1910-14; a Representative Peer for Scotland 1922-31

 

Lucius Henry Charles Plantagenet [Cary], 14th Viscount of Falkland

born

25 Jan 1905

mar. (1)

14 Oct 1926 (div. 1933) Joan Sylvia Southey (mar. (2) 15 Oct 1936 John Douglas Gaskell Walker), only child of Capt Charles Bonham Southey, of Frinton-on-Sea, co. Essex

children by first wife

1. Hon Elizabeth-Ann Bevil Cary (b. 20 Aug 1927), mar. 21 Nov 1945 Maj Sir William Vernon Hope Nelson, 3rd Bt., and had issue

2. Hon Jean Rosemary Vera Cary (b. 29 Oct 1928), mar. 14 Dec 1950 Capt Henry Herman Evelyn Montagu Winch (d. 1987), only son of Henry L Winch by his wife Vera Eveleyn Mary Montagu, dau. of Capt Philip Montagu, of Down Hall, co. Dorset

mar. (2)

9 Aug 1933 (div. 1958) Constance Mary Berry, dau. of Capt Edward Berry

only child by second wife

1. Hon Lucius Edward William Plantagenet Cary, later 15th Viscount of Falkland

mar. (3)

24 Apr 1958 (div. 1974) Charlotte Anne Granville, 1st dau. of Bevil Granville, of Chadley, Wellesbourne, co.Warwick

died

16 Mar 1984

suc. by

son by second wife

 

Lucius Edward William Plantagenet [Cary], 15th Viscount of Falkland

born

8 May 1935

mar. (1)

26 Apr 1962 (div. 1990) Caroline Anne Butler, only dau. of Lieut Cmdr George Gerald Augustin Frances Butler DSC RN, of Ashton House, Ashton Keynes, co. Wiltshire

children by first wife

1. Capt Hon (Lucius) Alexander Plantagenet Cary, Master of Falkland, of 10417 Ravenwood Court, Bel Air, California, USA (b. 1 Feb 1963), mar. 1993 Linda Purl, dau. of Raymond Purl, of Colorado City, USA, and has issue:

1a. ..... Cary (b. 6 Feb 1995)

1. Hon Camilla Anne Cary (b. 3 Feb 1965; dvp. 6 Jun 1972)

2. Hon Samantha Camilla Cary (b. 30 Mar 1973)

3. Hon Lucinda Mary Cary (b. 11 Dec 1974)

mar. (2)

12 Sep 1990 Nicole Mackey, dau. of Milburn Mackey

only child by second wife

2. Hon Charles Byron Milburn Cary (b. 1992)

note

elected hereditary peer (Deputy Speaker - Liberal Democrat), House of Lords 1999

 

 Last updated 10 May 2008

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Titles:

15th Viscount of Falkland

(Scotland, let. pat. 10 Nov 1620)

15th Lord Cary

(Scotland, let. pat. 10 Nov 1620)

Premier Viscount of Scotland on the Roll

 

Address:

c/o House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW

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