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546 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. TUITE, Creation 1622, of Sonah, Westmeath. Sir MARK ANTHONY HENRY TUITE, roth Baronet ; b. March 24th, 1808; s. his father, Sir GEORGE, 1841 ; ed. at Coll. of Tours, France; formerly Capt. igth Foot: m. 1854, Charlotte, who d. 1878, da. of the late Capt. Richard Hugh Levinge, of Levingeton Park. co. Westmeath {see Levinge, Bart, colls. J. 3Vrms Quarterly, argent and gules. Crest An angel vested argent, holding in the dexter hand a flaming sword proper, the sinister resting on a shield of the arms. Seat Kilruane House, Nenagh, co. Tipperary. Alleluiah. Sister living Emma. Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Maj.-Gen. Hugh Manley Tuite, 2nd son of gth baronet, b. 1811, d. 1889: m. 1854, Frances Maria, da. of Lieut. -Col. Richard Williams (formerly of 68th Regt.) : MORGAN HENRY PAULET, 6. Oct. 27th, 1861 ; formerly Lieut, gth Batn. Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own). Hugh George Spencer, b, 1863 ; formerly Lieut. 2nd Batn. Northumberland Fusiliers. Hester Gwendolen Rose. Issue of the late Major Thomas Basil Tuite, 4th son of oth baronet, /'. 1816, d. 1871 : tit. 1853, Mary Caroline (now of Gladeside, Westndge Road, Portswood, near Southampton), da. of the late Henry Hegart Breen, Esq., of St. Lucia : Mark Anthony, b. 1857 ; is Capt. I.S.C. : ;. 1883, Madeline Rachel, da. of Surg.-Gen. J. M. Joseph, M.D., LL.D., formerly of the Indian Med. Ser., and has issue living, Henry Mark, b, 1885. Henry Hugh, b. 1861 : m. 1891, Marion Hewett Alberta, da. of the late Rev. Allan Wallace, of Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, and has issue living, Mark Alan Wallace, b. 1892. Thomas Hugh, b. 1868. Edwin Walter, b. 1872. Georgiana Harriet Mary. Lizzie. Jessie Ellen. Grandson of the late Hugh Tuite, Esq., 4th son of 6th baronet : Issue of the late Hugh Morgan Tuite, Esq.. M.P., b. 1797, d. 1868 : in. ist, 1826, Mary, who d. 1863, da. of Maurice Nugent O'Connor, Esq., of Mount Pleasant, King's co. ; zndly, 1863, Hester Mary, da. of John Hogan, Esq., of Auburn, co. Westmeath : Joseph, b. 1828 ; is a D.L. for co. Longford (High Sheriff 1868), and a J.P. forco. Westmeath ; formerly Lieut, isth Foot : m. ist, 1852, Ellen Mary, who d. 1863, da. of the Rev. Fox Chawner, R. of Bletchingley ; 2ndly, 1868, Ellen, da. of the late James B. Boothby, Esq., of Twyford Abbey, and has issue living (by ist marriage), Henry Morris, b. 1856 : m. 1886, Constance Edith, da. of Henry Murray Campbell, Esq., of Halston, co. Westmeath, Marian : in. 1879, Brook Pakenham Bridges Taylor, Esq., of the Foreign Office {see Baron Halkett, Foreign Titles]. Clubs, Army and Navy, Kildare Street, Sackville Street. This family, which has been settled in Ireland since 1172, is descended from Sir Richard de Tuite, who that year accompanied the Earl of Pembroke to that country. The 7th baronet was murdered at Sonna. TUPPER, Creation 1888, of Armdale, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sir CHARLES TUPPER, G.C.M.G., C.B , LL.D., M.D., ist Baronet, son of the late Rev. Charles Tupper, D.D., of Aylesford, Nova Scotia; b. July and, 1821 ; L R.C.S. and M.D. Edin. 1843, and Hon. LL.D. Camb. 1886 and Edinburgh 1892 ; was fourteen consecutive times returned as M. P. for his native co. (Cumberland, N.S.), and represented it for 31 years ; was Premier of Nova Scotia at the Union of the Provinces ; declined a seat in Canadian Cabinet 1867 ; sworn of P.C. of Dominion 1870; was Pres. of P.C. 1870-2, Hope IS my strength. M j n Qf j nland Revenue ^72-3, of Customs in 1873, of Public Works 1878-9, and of Railways and Canals 1879-84, High Commr. in Great Britain for Dominion of Canada 1883-7, anc * Minister of Finance 1887-8, since when he has again been High Commr. in Great Britain; was one of H.M. 's Plenipotentiaries on Fishery Commn. at Washington 1887-8-; is Gov. of Dalhousie Coll., Halifax, N.S. ; C.B. 1867, K.C.M.G. 1879, G.C.M.G. 1886 : m. 1846, Frances, da. of Silas H. Morse, Esq., of Amherst, Nova Scotia, and has issue. Drills Per fesse azure and or, on a fesse ermine between two boars passant in chief or, and a sprigjjf mayflower slipped and leaved in base proper, three escallops gules. Crtst On a mount vert, a greyhound statant sable, charged on the body with two escallops or, and holding in the mouth a sprig of mayflower as in the arms. Supportrrs (borne by Sir Charles as a Knight Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. George) On either side a greyhound sable, collared and pendant therefrom an escutcheon or, charged with a sprig of mayflower slipped and leaved proper.