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6 Lord Gilbert, 4. July 1822, m. 26 Nov. 1851, Margaret, eldest daughter of

the late Sir David Baird, Bart., and has issue,

1 Annt-Augusta, A. 8 March, d. 12 Oct. 1863. 2 John-Gilbert, 6. 1 May 1854. 3 A daughter, A. 18 April 1855. 4 A son, stillborn II Nov. 1856.

7 Lord William,*. 30 Nov. 1823, m.at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 17 Sept. 1846,

Sarah-Jane, eldest daughter of the late William-M. De Blois, Esq., and has had issue,

1 A daughter, b. 28 June 1847, deceased. 2 William, b. 1851.

8 Lord Fergus, b. 18 Feb. 1826, d. 5 Oct. 1852.

9 Lord Nigel, A. May 1828.

10 Hon. Adolphus-Archibald, . 12 July 1832, rf. 20 June 1842.

Archibald, First Marquis, grandfather of the present Peer, was 4. in 1770, succeeded as Earl of CassiUis 30 Dec. 1794, was created Marquis of Ailsa in 1831, and d. 8 Sept. 1846, having m. 1 June 1793, Margaret, youngest daughter of John Erskine, Esq., of Dun, Co. Forfar, by whom, who d. 5 Jan. 1848, he had issue,

1 Archibald, Earl of Cassillii, father of the present Marquis.

2 Lady Anne, 4. 26 June 1797, m. 10 Aug. 1821, Capt. Sir David Baird,

Bart., who was h. in 1795, and d. 8 Jan. 1852.

3 Lady Mary, 4.4 May 1799, »m. 10 Dec. 1833, Richard Oswald, Esq., Jun.,

of Auchincruive, who d. 9 Jan. 1834.

4 Lady Margaret, 4. 16 June 1800, Countess Dowager of Newburgh.

5 Hon. John KSNNEDT-ERSKIKM, 4. 4 June 1802, d. 6 March 1831, having

m. 5 July 1827, Lady Augusta Fitzclarence, aunt of the Earl of Munster, by whom, who m. 2ndly, 24 Aug. 1836, Lord Frederick Gordon,— tec Hunily, he had issue,

1 William-Henry, Lieut. Forfarshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 6. 1 July 1828.

2 Wilhelmina, A. 24 June 1830, Countess of Munster.

3 Hillicent Anne-Mary, 6. posthumous, 11 May 1831, m. 17 April 1865, James-Hay Wemyss, Esq.—See Weutss, Colls.

6 Lady Alicia-Jane, 4. 2 July 1805, m. 19 March 1824, Major-General

Jonathan Peel, M.P., 4. 12 Oct. 1799. Creations.— itaron Kennedy 1452, Earlof Cassillis 1509, Scottish honours; Baron Ailsa, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 1800, and Marquis of Ailsa 1831. Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume. Motto.—Aviso la fin: Consider the end.

Seats.—Culsean Castle, Cassillis House, Newark Castle, and Maybole Castle, Ayrshire.

Collateral

[Great uncles and aunt of the present Peer, issue of Archibald, 11th Earl of Cassillis.]

1 Hon. John, in. 1800, Caroline-Charlotte, only daughter ot Lawrence Gill, Esq., who d. 27 May 1848, without issue.

2 Ladv Anne, d. 31 Dec. 1820; having m. 21 July 1705, William-Henry Digby, Esq., of Twickenham, d. 1820.

3 Hon. Robert, b. 1774, d. 5 Nov. 1843; having m. J ane, daughter of Alexander Macomb, Esq., of New York, by whom he had issue,

1 Anne, d. 18 Oct. 1866; having as. 24 Oct. 1821, Sir Edward-Cromu-cll Disbrowe, G.C.H., of Walton Hall, Co. Derby, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at the Hague, who d. 2D Oct. 1851; son of the late Col. Edward Disbrowe, by Lady Charlotte Hobart.—See Buckinghamshibk.

2 Jane.

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3 Sophia-Elisa, at. 10 Feb. 1829, John Levett, Esq., of Wichnor Park, Co. Stafford.

4 Margaret.

5 John, d. 14 March 1845; having as. 5 Aug. 1834, Amelia-Maria, only daughter of Samnel Brigga, Esq., by whom he had issue,

1 John-Gordon, 4. 18 July 1838. S William-Robert, R.N. 6.4 Mar. 1838. 3 Edward-Briggs, 6. 28 Feb. 1842. 4 Gilbert-George,*. 9 May 1844. S Frances, m.29 April 1845, WilliamAnthony ■ Ignace - Philip - Leopold Aloys, Baron Von Weiler.of the Grand Duchy of Baden, 4. 20 June 1H07.

7 Isabella-Matilda, as. 10 Oct. 1844, Hugh-Montgomery Campbell, Esq.

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AIRLIE, EARL OF. (ogilvy.)

David-gbaham-drummond Ooilvy, Earl of Airlie, Baron Ogilvy of Airlie, and Baron Ogilvy of Alyth and Lintrathen, in the Peerage of Scotland; a Representative Peer, and Captain in the Forfarshire Yeomanry Cavalry, 6. 4 May 1826, succeeded 20 Aug. 1849, m. 23 Sept. 1851, the Hon. Henrietta-Blanche Stanley, 2nd dau. of Lord Stanley of Alderley, b. 3 July 1830, and has issue,

1 L«dy , 4. 8 Nov. 1852.

2 Lady , 4. 19 June 1854.

3»Lord Ogilvy, 4. 20 Jan. 1856.

His Lordship's father, David, Ninth Earl, 4. 16 Dec. 1785, was restored by Act of Parliament in 1826 to the above honours, which had been forfeited by his ancestors; be d. 20 Aug. 1849; having m. 1st, 7 Oct. 1812, Clementina, only child of the late Gavin Drummond, Esq., of Keltie, who d. Sept. 1835; 2ndly, 15 Nov. 1838, Margaret, only child of the late William Bruce, Esq., of Cowden, who d. 18 Jane 1845. His Lordship had issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Jean-Graham-Drummond, 4. 27 Feb. 1818, m. 5 June 1837, the

Hon. John, .Master of Arbuthnott.—See Arbuthnott.

2 Lady Clcmcntina-Ih-ummond, b. 22 June 1819, d. 16 Oct. 1848, having m.

17 July 1838, James Rait, Esq., of Anniston, Co. Forfar.

3 Lady Murgaret-Arbuthnott, d. an infant.

4 Lord Ogilvy, b. 21 Sept. 1823, d. young.

5 David-graham-drummond, Present And Tenth Earl.

6 Lady Maria-Anne, 4. 23 July 1827.

7 Lady Helen-Susannah-Catharine-Gertrude, b. 8 Nov. 1831.

by 2nd marriage:

8 Hon. William-Henry-Bruce, 4. 26 Feb. 1840.

9 Hon. James-Bruce, b. 1 Dec. 1841.

10 Hon. John-Bruce, ). . . ,

11 Hon. Donald-Bruce, J *««■.*■ 16 June 1845

Creations.—Baron Ogilvy of Airlie 1-191, Earl of Airlie, and Baron Ogilry of Alyth and Lintrathen 1639. Grnealogg.—See Genealogical Volume. Motto.—A fin: To the end. Toun Residence.-27, Berkeley Square.

Seats.—Airlie Castle, Cortachy Castle, and Auchterbouse, Forfarshire-, Clnny Castle and Keltie, Perthshire.

Collateral Stanches.

[Uncles and aunts of the present Peer, issue of Wiltk>, who, bat for the attainder, would have been 8th Earl.}

1 Lady Margaret, Viscountess Arbuthnott.

2 John, d. unut. in 1800. X Susan, at. 2 May 1787.

4 Lad) Anne, b. 1788, d. March 1848.

5 Jean, b. 1788, d. IS Nov. 1807.

8 Hon. Donald, of Clova, as. S Peb. 1813, Maria,4th daughter of the late James Morlcy, Esq., by whom, who d. 0 April 1848, he has issue:

1 Jean, 4. 18 Not. 1815, m. 10 Dec 1830, General Sir John-Forster Fitx-Gerald. 2 Maria-Dorothea. 3

Harrlette-Anne-Mary, d. May 1840, having in. 18 Sept. 1844, DuncanStewart Robertson, Esq., of Carronvale. 4 Walter, b. 30 Aug. 1822. i Donald, 4.1824. 6 David, b. 11 April 1826, d. 20 July 1857. 7 Julia-Clementina, b. 12 Dec. 1820, d. 12 August 1857; having m. 12 June 1856, Capt. Kenneth- Bruce Stuart.

7 Charles, d. 28 March 1701.

8 Lady Mary.

0 Hon. William,of Lognl, Perthshire.
10 Lady Helen, m. 30 April IM3, John Wed-

derburn, Esq.,o( the Prospect, Jamaica,

who is deceased.

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ALBEMARLE, EARL OF. (keppel.)

George-thomas Keppel, Earl of Albemarle, Viscount Bury and Baron of Ashford, in the Peerage of England; a Colonel in the Army; F.A.S., and F.G.S., b. 13 June 1799, succeeded his brother, 15 March 1851, m. 4 Aug. 1831, Susannah, 3rd daughter of the late Sir Coutts Trotter, Bart., by Margaret Gordon—see Aberdeen, by whom he has issue:

l*William-Coutts,ViscountBury, M.P., late Civil Secretary, and Superintendant-General of Indian Affairs, in Canada, 6. 15 April 1832, m. 15 Nor. 1855, Sophia, 2nd daughter of the Hon. Sir Allan-Napier M'Nab, Bart., late 1st Minister of the Governor-General of Canada.

2 Margaret-Anne, twin with her brother, 4. 15 April 1832, d. 19 Dec. 1833.

3 Anne, 6. 28 Oct. 1833, d. 18 June 1846.

4 Lady Louisa, 4. May 1836.

5 Lady Augusta, 4. 26 April 1838.

His Lordship's father, William-charles, Fourth Earl, was 4.14 May 1772, succeeded 13 Oct. 1772, and d. 30 Oct. 1849; having m. 1st, 9 April 1792, the Hun. Elizabeth Southwell, 4th daughter of Edward, 20th Lord de Clifford, who was 4. 11 June 1776, and d. 14 Nov. 1817: 2ndly, 11 Feb. 1822, Charlotte-susanna, Countess-dowager, daughter of the late Sir Henry Hunloke, Bart. His Lordship's issue by his first Countess are,

1 William, Viscount Bury, 4. 1 March 1793, d. 9 April 1804.

2 Auoustvs-frbdbrick, Fifth Earl. 4. 2 June 1794, succeeded 30 Oct.

1849, d. without issue, 15 March 1851; having m.4 May 1816, Frances, daughter of the late Charles Steer, Esq., now Countess Dowager.

3 Lady Sophia, 4. 28 March 1797, d. 29 Sept. 1824; having *». 10 Aug.

1819, Sir James Macdonald, Bart., who d. 29 June 1832.

4 Lady Elizabeth, 4. 23 April 1798, d. 26 April 1806.

5 George-thomas, Present And Sixth Earl.

6 Hon. and Rev. Edward-Southwell, M.A., a Deputy Clerk of the Closet to

the Queen, Honorary Canon of Norwich, and Rector of Quiddenham cum Snetterton, Norfolk, 4.16 Aug. 1800, m. 24 July 1828, Lady Maria Clements, eldest daughter of Nathaniel, 2nd Earl of Lcitrim.

7 Hon. Charles-James, b. 1 Nov. 1801, d. 27 Sept. 1817.

8 Lady Anne-Amelia, b. lfi June 1803, d. 22 July 1844; late Countess of

Leicester; she m. 2ndly, 25 Oct. 1843, the Right Hon. Edward Ellice,
M.P., widower of Lady Hannah-Althea Grey.—See Grey.

9 Lady Mary, 4. 5 Oct. 1804, m. 20 Feb. 1826, Henry-Frederick Stephen

son, Esq.

10 Lady Georgiana-Charlotte, b. 19 July 1806, d 30 March 1854; having

m 31 March 1827, Edward-Eustace Hill, Esq., from whom she was divorced in 1849, and m. 2ndly, 4 Aug. 1849, William-Henry Magan, Esq., of Clonearl, King's Co., M.P.

11 Hon. Francis-Roger, 4. 20 Nov. 1807, d. 18 Dec. 1816.

12 Hon. Rear Admiral Sir Henry, Commodore on the East India Sution,

K.C.B., and Commander of the Legion of Honour, 4. 14 June 1809, »«. 25 Feb. 1839, Katherine-Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Gen. Sir John Croshie, G.C.H., of Watergate, Sussex.

13 Hon. and Rev. Thomas-Robert, M.A., Honorary Canon of Norwich, and

Rector of North Creake, Norfolk, 4. 17 Jan. 1811, m. 28 March 1833, Frances, daughter of Sir Thomas Barrett-Lcnnard, Bart., 4. 30 May 1809, and has issue,

1 Augusta, 6. 13 April 1834. S William-George,Hon. E.I.C.'s Military Serrice, ft. 5 June 1835 . 3 Anne-Amelia, ft. 1 July 1830, rt. 21 Dec. Ih.vj. 4 Leicester-Chantrey, R.N., 6. 27 Aug. 1837. 8 Frances, 4. 13 Sept. 1838. S Henrietta, ft. 18 March 1840. 7 EUice, ft. 3 July 1841. 8 Mary. Jane, ft. 4 Oct. 1842. 9 Edward-Frederick, R.N., 6. 25 Not. 1844. 10 George, A. 19 April 1S46. 11 Henry, 6. 7 Aug. 1848. 13 Maria, ft. 7 Dec. 1850. 13 Thomas, b. 1 July 1863. 14 Mary-St.

Aubyn, ft. 3 Sept. 1858.

14 Lady Caroline-Elizabeth, 4. 3 April 1814, m. 23 May 1835, the Rev.

Thomas Gamier, Rector of Trinity Church, Marylebone, and Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons.

15 Hon. John-Hut,ell, b. 6 June 1815, d. 3 Dec. 1823.

16 A child, still-born 14 Nor. 1817. Creation.—1896.

Genealogy—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Ne rede nialis: Do not yield to misfortunes.

Tou-n Residence.

Stats.—Quidenham Hall, Attlcborough, Norfolk.

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ALDBOROUGH, EARL OF. (stratford.)

Benjamin-cneale Stratford, Earl of Aldborough, Viscount Aldborough of Belan, Viscount Amiens, and Baron of Baltinglass, in the Peerage of Ireland; b. 10 June 1808, succeeded 4 Oct. 1849.

His Lordship's father, Mason-gerrard, Fifth Earl, was 4. 8 July 1784> succeeded 11 July 1833, and d. 4 Oct 1849; having m. 2 Aug. 1804, Cornelia-Jane, eldest daughter of Charles-Henry Tandy, Esq., and had issue,

1 Hon. Martha-Eliza, 4. 27 Sept. 1805, d. Nov. 1831.

2 Hon. Eliza, b. 6 April 1807, d. 27 Aug. 1824.

3 Benjamin O'neale, Present And Sixth Earl.

4 Hon. Charles-Henry, 4. 17 July 1809, d. at Suez, 23 Oct. 1842.

His Lordship's grandfather, Benjamin-o'neale, Fourth Earl, succeeded on the death of his brother John, 3rd Earl, 7 March 1823, and 11 July 1833; having m. Martha, only child of John Burton, Esq.,and Niece and Heiress of Mason-Gerrard, Esq., by whom, who d. 24 Aug. 1816, he had issue,

1 Mason-gerrard, Fifth Earl.

2 Martha-Augusta, d. 15 June 1820.

3 Lady Eliza, d. Aug. 1848.

4 Lady Sophia.

Creations.—Baron Baltinglass 1763, Viscount Aldborough 1776, Earl of Aldborough and
Viscount Amiens 1777.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Virtuti nihil obstat et armis: Nothing can oppose virtue and courage.
Seats.—Belan Hall, Kildarc, and Stratford Lodge, Wicklow.

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AMHERST, EARL. (amherst.)

William-pitt Amherst, Earl Amherst of Aracan, in the East Indies, Viscount Holmesdale, Co. Kent, and Baron Amherst of Montreal, Co. Kent, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; b. 3 Sept. 1805, succeeded IS March 1857, m. 12 July 1834, Gertrude, 6th daughter of the late Hon. and Right-Rev. Hugh Percy, Lord Bishop of Carlisle,—See Beverley, 6. SO Aug. 1814, and has issue,

l*William-Archer, Viscount Holmesdale, Capt. Coldstream Guards, 4.
26 March 1836.

2 Lady Mary-Sarah, 4. 8 May 1837, m. 15 Oct. 1857, Wilbraham-
Egerton, Esq., eldest son of Willi am-Tatton Egerton, Esq., of Tatton
Park, Cheshire, by Lady Charlotte Loftus,—See Ely, 4. 17 Jan. 1832.
Hon. Frederick, 4. 6 Dec. 1838.
Hon. Percy-Arthur, 4. 30 Nov. 1839.
Lady Gertrude-Elizabeth, 4. 4 Feb. 1R42.
Lady Constance-Harriet, 4. 28 Feb. 1843.
Hon. Jcffery-Charles, 4. 3 Oct. 1844.

8 Hon. Josceline-George-Herbert, 4. 7 June 1846.

9 Lady Margaret-Catherine, 4. 23 June 1848.

10 Lady Elinor, 4. 22 Jan. 1850.

11 Lady Charlotte-Florentia, 4. 11 Aug. 1851.

12 Hon. Hugh, 4. 30 Jan. 1856.

His Lordship's father, William Pitt, First Earl, was 4. 14 Jan, 1773, succeeded his uncle, JeftVry, 1st Lord, 3 Aug. 1797, and d. 13 March 1857; having m. 1st, 24 July 1800, Sarah, daughter and co-heir of And row, second and last Lord Archer, and widow of Other-Hickman, 5th Earl of Plymouth, who </. 27 May 1838; and 2ndly, 25 June 1839, Lady Mary Sackville, now Countess Dowager, eldest daughter and co-heir of John-Fredeiick, 3rd Duke of Dorset, widow of OtherArcher. 6th Earl of Plymouth,—See Windsor, 4. 30 July 1792. By the first Lady the Earl had issue,

1 Lady Sarah-Elizabeth, 4. 9 July 1801, m. 8 Sept. 1842, Sir John-Hay

Williams, Bart., b. 9 Jan. 1794.

2 Hon. Jeffrey, 4. 29 Aug. 1802, rf. 2 Aug. 1826.

3 Hon. miliam-Pitt, 4. 24 Nov. 1803, d. 28 March 1804.

4 William-pitt, Present And Second Earl.

5 Hon. Frederick-Campbell, 4. 10 March 1807, d. 12 Oct 1829.

Creations.—Baron Amherst 1788, Earl Amherst and Viscount Holmesdale 1820.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
—Co)

With constancy and valour.

Motto.— Constantia et virtute
Town Residence.
Meat.—Montreal, and Knolo.both near Seven-Oaks, Kent

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