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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 223 Brothers living Sir CHARLES CRAUFURD, K.C.B., V.C., b. Aug. sist, 1829; formerly Col. nth Hussars, became Lieut. -Gen. 1886 ; placed on reserved list 1890 ; is Col. 8th Hussars ; served in Indian Mutiny campaign (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches for the most conspicuous gal- lantry, V.C. for cool and conspicuous gallantry on another occasion, and medal with clasp), and in Abyssinian war 1867 (mentioned in despatches, C. B., and medal) ; awarded Roy. Humane So.'s Medal (gold); was A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge 1873-7 : was Insp.-Gen. of Cav. in Great Britain and in command of Cav. at Aldershot 1884 ; sat as M.P. for N. Div. of Lambeth (C), 1885-92; C.B. 1868, K.C.B. 1891. Residences, 59, Sloane Street, S.W. ; West End Hall, W. Hampstead, N.W. Clubs, Turf, Marlborough, Travellers', Bachelors', Arthur's, Carlton, Cavalry. James Keith, C.M.G., l>. 1832 ; formerly Col. ist Life Guards ; became Maj.-Gen. 1886 ; served at bombardment and surrender of Kinbourn 1855 (medal), and was present at principal operations of war in Italy 1860, and in several battles during Franco- Prussian war; was A.G. and Q.M.G. at Aldershot 1882-3, Mil. Attache at Vienna, Bucharest and Belgrade 1885-90 (Grand Cross of Franz Josef Order of Austria), and in command of Dublin Dist. 18^0-91, since when he has been Inspector-Gen, of Cavalry in Great Britain and Ireland ; C.M.G. 1886 : in. 1865, Amelia Alice Julia, da. of the late Hon. Humble Dudley Ward [see E. Dudley, colls.], and has issue living, Keith Alexander, b. 1867; is Lieut. 7th Hussars, Hugh Craufurd, b. 1869; is Lieut, ist Life Guards; has Roy. Humane So.'s Bronze Medal, Helena Violet Alice. Residence, 43, Lowndes Square, S.W. Clubs, United Service, Turf, Marlborough, Carlton, Cavalry. It is supposed that one of this family, who came over to Scotland with the embassy from Charle- magne in 807, was created the ist Thane of Man. Sir Simon Fraser, temp. Alexander III., received by charter the lordship of Loveth, and he and his brother (Sir Francis), his cousin (Sir Richard Fraser), and William Fraser, Archbishop of St. Andrew's and Lord Chancellor of Scotland, were appointed auditors in the competition for the Scottish crown between Bruce and Baliol, in 1291. From the 2nd son of Hugh Fraser, created Baron Lovat by James I. of Scotland, the present baronet is. descended in a direct male line. Sir James, the 3rd baronet, served with distinction in the Peninsula, and was on the staff at Waterloo. FREAKE, Creation 1882, of Cromwell Houses, Kensington, and Fulwell Park, co. Middlesex. Sir THOMAS GEORGE FREAKE, 2nd Baronet ; IK Oct. I2th, 1848; s. his father, Sir CHARLES JAMES, 1884; ed. at Magdalen Coll., Camb. : m. 1868, Frederica Charlotte Mary, da. of the late Col. Frederick Thomas Maitland, of Holywych, Eden Bridge, Kent [see Ramsay-Gibson-Maitland, Bart., colls.], and has issue. J3:itron 0f (Tto0 jCibings St. Paul's V., Onslow Square, St. Peter's V., S. Kensington, Middlesex. Vrms Per fesse sable and azure : two bars engrailed or, each charged with three bulls' heads cabossed sable ; in chief three mullets of six points or. Crtst A bu'.l's head sable, holding in its mouth a mullet as in the arms. Residence Warfleet, near Dartmouth. Town Residence 87, Onslow Integrity. Gardens, S.W. Club Conservative. Son living FREDERICK MAITLAND, b. March 7 th, 1876. Daughters living Cecil Penelope : in. 1891, Jesse Devenish Gouldsmith, Esq. Residence, Rod- well Hall, Trowbridge.^^ Frederica Katharine. Margery. WidOW living Of 1st Baronet ELIZA PUDSEY (Lady Freake), da. of the late Charles Wright, Esq. , of the Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms : m. 1844, Sir Charles James Freake, ist baronet, who d. 1884. Residences, Fulwell Park, Twickenham ; i, Cromwell Houses S. Kensington, S.W. FREDERICK, Creation 1723, of Burwood House, Surrey. Sir CHARLES EDWARD FREDERICK, yth Baronet, son of the late Gen. Edward Frederick, C.B., great-grandson of 3rd Baronet ; b. May 2nd, 1843 ; s. his kinsman, Sir RICHARD, 1873; formerly of lothand 2ist Hussars, retired as Hon. Lieut. - Col. ; is a J.P. and a County Councillor (Bishopstoke Div.) for Hants (High Sheriff 1889) : m. 1875, Emma Agnes, da. of Thomas Taylor, Esq., B.C.S., and has issue. ^Xrms Or, on a chief azure three doves argent. Crest On a chapeau azure turned up ermine a dove as in the arms, holding in its beak an olive- branch proper. Residence Shawford House, Winchester. Club Junior United Service. Sons living-CHARLES EDWARD ST. JOHN, b. Sept. nth, 1876, Prudenssimplicitasbeat. Edward Boscawen, b. 1880. Prudent simplicity Daughter living F/orence Emma Ada. blesses. Brother living Johr St. John, b. 1846 ; formerly Capt. 6th Dragoons : tn. 1890, Mary Theresa Caroline Alice, Baroness Von Donop, el. da. of Baron de Reuter [see " FOREIGN TITLES OF NOMLITY"]. Residence, 67, Curzon Street, W. Sister living Mary Ashby.