HISTORY OF THE CARLILE FAMILY.
Robison, Agnes Rose, the second daughter of Agnes
Warrand (Wilson) and Samuel Begg, of New Zealand, was
born in London, on 27 July, 1851, and was educated privately.
On 25 February, 1880, she married James Wren Carlile, in
New Zealand. They came to England in 1898, and he died
in London, on 20 October, 1898. There was no issue of the
marriage. She married secondly, on 23 October, 1901, at
St. Stephen's Church, South Kensington, London, William
Cowper, second son ol William S. Robison, of Christchurch,
New Zealand. Her second husband was born in New South
Wales, on 26 May, i860, and is a Director of Companies.
They reside at Savoy Court, London.
Sands, Beatrice Mary Janet, second daughter of Willoughby,
Henry William, was born in 1863, and was educated at Bedford
College, London, and at Queen Margaret College, Glasgow, where
she obtained a Degree Certificate in Greek. She holds a Society
of Arts Certificate for Music. In 1894 she was elected a member
of the Marylebone Vestry, and is now one of the Guardians of
the Poor for St. Marylebone. She was for fifteen years teacher
of the Bible Class at St. Mary's, Bryanston Square. On
22 February, 1900, she married Warren Hastings Sands as his
second wife. Mr. Sands is the eldest son of William John Sands,
of 3, Atholl Terrace, Edinburgh, and of his wife Augusta Sophia,
second daughter of Lieut.-General Thomas James Wemyss, C.B.,
17th Regiment, of Trecastle, South Wales.
Mr. W. H. Sands was born in 1854, and was educated at
Glenalmond, and at Lincoln College, Oxford, where he took the
Degree of B.A. in 1875, subsequently becoming M.A. and B.C.L.
He was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple in 1877, and joined
the North-Eastern Circuit. He is Hon. Secretary of " L' Entente
Cordiale" (Anglo-French Association), and is occupied in philan-
thropic work. His recreation is travelling in France, and he is a