Carrington, Harold Tartt, M.A. Univ. Coll., Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 15 April, 1880 (then aged 27), called to the bar 6 June, 1883 (4th son of Edward Carrington, J.P., of Cheltenham); born , 1853.
- 4, College Lawn, Cheltenham.
Carrington, (Hon.) John Worrell, D.C.L. Durham 1879, B.A., Lincoln Coll., Oxon, 1872, chief justice of St. Lucia and Tobago since 1882, solicitor-general Barbados 1877-81, attorney-general 1881-2, scholar Coddington Coll., Barbados, 1866, a member of the House of Assembly Oct., 1874, to Dec, 1878, when he was called to a seat in the legislative council, etc., a student of Lincoln's Inn 19 Nov., 1869 (then aged 22), called to the bar 6 June, 1872 (4th son of Nathaniel Worrell Carrington, late of Barbados, planter, dec.); born , 1847; married 2 Oct., 1872, Susan Katherine, only dau. of William Walsh, Esq., of Norkam, Oxford.
- St. Lucia.
Carson, James Simpson, major late royal Bucks (K.O.) militia, J.P. Bucks, under-grad. Worcester Coll., Oxon, a student of the Middle Temple 3 Nov., 1865, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1872 (eldest son of James Carson, of Spinfield, Great Marlow, Bucks, gentleman); born , 1843; married , 1881, Ann Hester, only dau. of James Wyld, Esq.
- Spinfieid, Great Marlow, Bucks; Union Club, S.W.
Carson, Thomas Henry, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, editor of Shelford's Real Property Statutes, a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Nov., 1867 (then aged 23), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1869 (only son of Joseph Carson, of Dublin, senior fellow Trin. Coll., Dublin); born 24 Nov., 1843; married 29 Aug., 1876, Mary Sophia, 3rd dau. of late Rev. Comyns Tucker, of Washford Pyne, Devon; she died 7 May, 1879.
- 4, Vicarage Gardens, Kensington, W.; 6, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.; Athenæum Club.
Bonham-Carter, Alfred, referee of private bills House of Commons since 1876, a student of the Inner Temple 2 May, 1855 (then aged 30), called to the bar 7 June, 1858 (2nd son of late John Bonham-Carter, Esq., M.P., of Buriton, Hants); born 18 May, 1825; married 27 May, 1879, Mary Henrietta, dau. of George Warde Norman, of Bromley Common, Kent, J.P., D.L.
- 3, Courtfield Road, S.W.; Brooks' Club.
Carter, Edward, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1874, equity draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1 May, 1871 (then aged 22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (only son of Edward Carter, Esq., of Upton, Southants); born 20 Sept., 1848; married 28 Aug., 1884, Mary Louisa, 6th dau. of Col. Evelegh, C.B., of Thornton Lodge, Wimbledon, late 20th regt.
- 10, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.
Carter, Francis Alfred, paymaster R.N. since May, 1877, assistant clerk Oct., 1859, clerk Oct., i860, assistant paymaster Oct., 1863-77, secretary to the commodore in China, present at the capture of three walled piratical villages in South China Jan., 1869 (mentioned in despatches), a student of the Middle Temple 15 Nov., 1871, called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (4th son of Alfred Carter, of Gosport, Hants schoolmaster); born .
- Admiralty, Spring Gardens.
Carter, George William, M.A., Pembroke Coll., Camb., 1868, a student of Gray's Inn 9 June, 1868, called to the bar 6 June, 1871 (only surviving son of John Carter, of Knottingley, Yorks); born 1842; married 1 July, 1879, Elizabeth McMaster Paget, eldest dau. of John Milling, Esq., of Harlow Manor, Harrogate.
- Lime Grove, Knottingley, Yorkshire; 43, Gloucester Street. S.W.
Carter, George William Lee Plumptre, lord of the manors of Raymonds, Deane Court, Falconhurst, and Jaques Court, etc., undergrad. Oriel Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn 7 Nov., 1844, went to the Inner Temple 31 May, 1848, where he was called to the bar 9 June, 1848 (eldest son of Harry William Carter, Esq., of Kennington Hall, Kent); born July, 1823; married Jan., 1854, Augusta, only child of late Rev. Wyndham Knatchbull, D.D., and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).
- Kennington Hall, Ashford, Kent; 25, Dover Street, Piccadilly, W.
Bonham-Carter, Henry, senior optlme mathematical tripos Trin. Coll., Camb., 1849, managing director of Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, a student of Lincoln's Inn 25 June, 1846 (then aged 19), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1853 (3rd son of John Bonham-Carter, Esq., M.P., late of Petersfield, Hants, and of the Inner Temple, bar.-at-law, dec.); born 15 Feb., 1827; married 10 June, 1862, Sibella Charlotte, elder dau. of George Warde Norman, Esq., of Bromley Common, Kent.
- 91, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W; 11, Lombard Street, E.C.
Carter, John, a student of the Middle Temple 11 Nov., 1847, called to the bar 22 Nov., 1850 (eldest son of John Carter, of Cheltenham, gentleman, dec.); born , .
- Union Club, S.W.
Carter, John Corrie, LL.B., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1862, recorder of Stamford since June, 1881, counsel for the Mint at Birmingham and Warwick, revising barrister since 1876, etc., a member of the Midland circuit, editor of Rogers on Elections, of Corrupt Practices Act 1883, a student of the Inner Temple 15 Nov., 1861 (aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1865 (3rd son of Samuel Carter, of London, late M.P. Coventry, dec.); born 29 Dec, 1839; married 31 Oct., 1876, Amy Josephine, 2nd dau. of Rev. John Gylby Lonsdale, M.A., canon of Lichfield.
- 43, Sussex Gardens, W.; 7, Fig Tree Court, Temple E.C.
Carter, Samuel, M.P. Tavistock in two parliaments, April, 1852, to Feb., 1853, when he was unseated, contested that borough in 1847 and 1857, a revising barrister 1879-84, author of Midnight Effusions and The Avenge, a member of the Western circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 25 Oct., 1844, called to the bar 6 Nov., 1847 (only son of John Carter, of Tavistock, Devon); born 11 Nov., 1814; married 1 March, 1858, Caroline, dau. of Capt J. W. Bennison, commander H.M.S. Stirling Castle.
- 24, Charlotte Street, Brandon Hill, Bristol.