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His Royal Highness's father, Prince Adolphus-frederick, Duke of Cambridge, K.G., 7th son of his Majesty, King George III., was 4. 24 Feb. 1774, and d. 8 July 1850; having m. at Cassel 7 May, and in London 1 June, 1818, Princess Augusta-Wilhelmina-Louisa, 3rd daughter of the late Landgrave Frederick of Jiesse-Cassel, 4. 25 July 1797, by whom he left issue:

1 Prince George-william-frederick-charles, The Present Duke.

2 Princess Augusta-Caroline-Charlotte-Elizabeth-Mary-Sophia-Louisa, 4. at

Hanover, 19 July 1822, m. 28 June 1843, Frederick-William-CharlesGeorge-Ernest-Adolphus-Gustavus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, G.C.B., 4. 17 Oct. 1819, by whom she has bad issue,

1 A Prince, 4. and d. 13 Jan. 1845.

2 Prince George-Adolphus-Frederick-Augustus-Victor-AdalbertErnest-Gustavus-William-Wellington, 4.22 July 1848.

3 Princess Mary-Adelaide-Wilhelmina-Elizabeth, 4. at Hanover, 27 Nov.

1833.

Creation.—*! Not. 1801.
Town-Residence.—St. James's Palace.
Countru~Reiidence—On Kew Green.

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ABERCORN, MARQUIS OF. (hamilton.)

James Hamilton, Marquis of Abercorn, Viscount Hani i I ton of Hamilton, Co. Leicester, in the Peerage of Great Britain; Earl of Abercorn, Baron of Paisley, Abercorn, Hamilton, Mountcastle, and Kilpatrick, in the Peerage of Scotland; Viscount Strabane, Baron of Strabane and Mountcastle, and a Baronet, in Ireland. The Marquis, as heir male of the 1st Duke of Chatelhorault, in France, claims that title, which however the Dukes of Hamilton have always borne. His Lordship is K. G. and P. C, Groom of the Stole to H.R.H. the Prince Albert, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of the County nf Donegal, Colonel of the Donegal Militia, and a Governor of Harrow School; b. 21 Jan. 1811, succeeded on the death of his grandfather, John-James, first Marquis, 27 Jan. 1818, m. 25 Oct. 1832, Lady Louisa-Jane Russell, 2nd daughter of John, 6th Duke of Bedford, b. 8 July 1812; and has issue,

1 Lady Harriet-Georgians-Louisa, 4. 6 July 1834, Countess of Lichfield.

2 Lady Beatrix-Frances, 4. 21 July 1835, Countess of Durham.

3 Lady Louisa-Jane, 4. 16 Aug. 1836.
4*James, Viscount Hamilton, 4. 24 Aug. 1838.

5 Lady Katharine-Elizabeth, 6. 9 Jan. 1840.

6 Lady Georgiana-Susan, b. 7 July 1841.

7 Lord Claud-John, 4.20 Feb. 1843.

8 Lord George-Francis, 4. 17 Dec. 1845.

9 Lady Albertha-Frances-Anne, to whom H. R. H. Prince Albert stood

sponsor, 4. 2!) July 1847.

10 Lord Ronald-Douglas, 4. 17 March 1849.

11 Lady Maud-Evelyn, 4.17 Dec. 1850.

12 A son, b. and d. 16 April 1853.

13 Lord Frederick-Spencer, 4. 13 Oct. 1856.

His Lordship's father, James, Viscount Hamilton, eldest son of John-James, first Mariuis, was 4. 7 Oct. 1786, d. 27 May 1814, having m. 25 Nov. 1809, Harriet, 2nd daughter of the late Hon. John Douglas,—tee Morton, 4. 8 June 1792, by whom, who m. 2ndly, the Earl of Aberdeen, and d. 26 Aug. 1833, he had issue:

1 James, Present And Second Marquis.

2 Lady Harriet, 4. 21 Marcli 1812, m. 16 May 1836, Rear-Admiral William

Alexander Baillie Hamilton.—See Haddington.

3 Lord Claud, M.P., P.C., Lieut.-Col. of the Donegal Militia, 4.27 July 1813,

m. 7 Aug. 1844, Lady Elizabeth-Emma Proby, 2nd daughter of the Earl of Carysfort, and has issue,

1 Louisa-Charlotte, 4. 3 Aug. 1S4S.

2 Emma-Frances, 4. 3 July 1847.

3 Mary-Stuart, 4.27 May 1851.

4 Douglas-James, b. 23 Sept. 1856.

John-james, First Marquis, K.G., grandfather of the present Peer, was 4. posthumous, 1756, d. 27 January 1818, having m. 1st, 2(1 June 1779, Catherine, eldest daughter of Sir Joseph Copley, Bart., who d. 13 Sept. 1791; 2ndly, 4 March 17^2, Lady Cecil, 8th daughter of his Unrle, the late Hon. and Rev. George Hamilton, b.' 13 March 1770: this marriage was dissolved by Act of Parliament, April 1799, and she d. 19 June 1819, having re-married, 21 May 1799, Col. Sir Joseph Copley, Bart., who was b. 10 May 1769, and d. 21 May 1838. The Marquis m. 3rdly, 3 April 1800, Lady Anne-Jane Gore, eldest daughter of Arthur Saunders, 2nd Earl of Arran, and widow of Henry Hatton, Esq., who was A. April 1763, and rf. without issue, 3 May 1827. The Marquis's issue were,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Harriot-Margaret, b. 1781, d. 30 April 1803.

2 Lady Katharine-Constantia, b. 7 Oct. 1782, d. 23 May 1783.

3 Lady Katharine-Elizabeth, the first wife of the Earl of Aberdeen, A. 10

Jan. 1784, </. 29 Feb 1812.

4 Lady Maria, b. 28 Feb. 1785, d. 21 Jan. 1814.

5 James, Viscount Hamilton,see above.

6 Lord Claud, b. \ Nov. 1787, d. Nov. 1808.

by 2nd marriage:

7 Lady Cecil-Frances, A. 19 July 1795, Countess of Wicklow.

Creation*.—Baron of Paisley 1587, Baron of Aberoorn 1603, Earl of Aberoorn and Baron of Hamilton, Mountoastle, and Kilpatrick, 1606, Baron of Strabane 1616, Viscount Strabane and Baron Mountcastle 1701, Viscount Hamilton 1786, and Marquis of Abercorn 1700. Bart. 1660.

Geneatogjf.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Sola nobilitaa virtus: Virtue alone is true nobility.

Totvn Residence.—Chesterfield House, South Audley-street.

Seats.—Duddingstone House, Portobello, Scotland; Baron's Court, Newtown-Stewart, Tyrone, Ireland. *

Collateral J3rancf)c».

IN DESCENT FROM THE SCOTCH PEERAGE ONLT.

[Issue of Capt. Sir John Hamilton, Bart., R.N.,
descended from William Hamilton, Esq., of
Chilston, Kent, brother of the 6th Earl.]
1 Admiral Sir Charles Hamilton, Bart., and
K.C.B.; b. 25 Aug;. 1767, d. 14 Sept. 1849, having
m. 10 April 1803, Henrietta - Martha, only
daughter of George Drummond, Esq.,— see
Strathallan, 6. 9 March 1781, and d. 10
March 1857, by whom he left Issue:

Colon a L Sir Crarlks-john-jamks
Hamilton, Bart., and C B., 6. 3 April
1810. m. 14 Dec. 1833, Catherine-Emily,
2nd daughter of William Wynne, Esq.
9 Admiral Sir Edward, Bart.. K.C.B.,b. 12
March 1773, d. 30 March JS51 5 having m.
1 Nov. 1804, Frances, daughter of John Mac-
namara, Esq., by whom, who d. 27 March 1840,
he had issue:

1 John-James-Edward, b. 11 July 1808,
d. 3 Nov. 1847 i having m. 7 April 1842,
Favoretta, only daughter of Panton Cor-
bett, Esq., of Longnor, Salop, and Leigh-
ton Hal), Montgomeryshire, by whom he
had issue,

1 Sir Edward-Archibald Ha-
Milton, Bart., of Trcbinsham
House, Brecknockshire, b. 26 Jan,
1843. 3 Hermione-Luey, b. 11
July 1844. 3 Favoretta-Frances,
b. 16 Dec. 1845. 4 A daughter,
b. 25 June I847.
3 Frances- Mary, b. 4 March 1813, d.
34 January 1833; having m. 15 Auc
1831, William-Henry Baron Von Donnp,
of Woobells, Westphalia, who wi. 2ndly,
21 July 1836, Harriet, 2nd daughter of
the late Arthur Hogue, Esq.

3 Agnes - Catherine - Annabella. b. 7
Nov. I817i m. 13 Jan. 1844, Richard
Jennings, Esq., Jun , of Ridge, Herts.

[Issue of Jarnet Hamilton, Esq., of Woodbrn?*
and Strabane, 4th in descent from tn*
Hon. Sir Claud, 2nd son of the 1st Baron °r
Paisley.]

1 Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Hamilton, Bart., b. 4 Ang. 1755, d. 24 Dec. 1835; having m. May l'Qi, Emily - Sophia, daughter of the late George-Paul Monck, Esq., by lAdy Araminta Beresford, sister cf the 1st Marquis of Waterford, 6. 1770, d. 6 Jan. 1856. He had issue:

1 Emily-Ixmisa.

2 Lieut.-col. Sir James-john HaMilton, Bart., 6. 1 March 1802, at. 14 Jan. 1834, Marianne-Augusta, only child of the late Major-Gen. Sir James Cockburn, Bart., by the Hon. Marianne Devereux.—See Mrrkpdrd.

3 Harriet-Georgian a, tn. 29 Jone 1829, Sheffield Qrace, Esq., of Knole House, Sussex, who d. 5 July 1850.

4 Araminta-Anne, as. 17 July 1834, Willism-Heniy Hoare, Esq., of Ashurst Park, Kent, 2nd son of the late W.-H. Hoare, Esq., by the Hon. Louisa-Elizabeth Noel.—See Gainsborough.

& Eleanor-Francea-Elizabeth.

2 Rev. Andrew-Thomas, d. 1825, having m. 12 Jan. 1/90, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Sir Samuel Hayes, Bart.; she d. 29 April 18*9.

3 James, m. Isabella, daughter of the late Hon. Arthur Cole - Hamilton, — see EnnisKillen, b. Oct. 1788, d. 1827, and has issue,

1 James. 2 Isabella. 3 &c. other daughters.

4 Rev. Stuart, deceased, having m. Marianne, daughter of Warden Flood, Esq., LL.D., Judge of the Irish Court of Admiralty.

& Eleanor, b. 1771. d. 7 May 1847, having m. Christopher Peinberton, Esq., deceased.

Viscount Botne is descended from the Hon. Frederick, 4th son of the 1st Baron of Paisley. ABERCROMBY, BARON. (abercromby.)

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George-ralph Campbell of Lochlane, Baron Abercromby of Aboukir and Tullibody, Co. Clackmannan, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom: b. 23 Sept. 1838, succeeded 25 June 1852.

His Lordship's father, George-ralph, Third Lord, was 4. 30 May 1800, succeeded 14 Feb. 1843, and rf. 25 June 18.52; having m. 3 April 1832, LouisaPenuel, Dowager Lady Abercromby, daughter of the Hon. John-Hay Forbes, Lord Me twyn, a Lord of Session and Justiciary in Scotland, 4. 27 July 1810, by whom he had issue,

1 Louisa, 4. 18 Oct. 1833, rf. June 1837.

2 Hon. Montagu, 4. 11 Aug. 1835, m. 29 April 1856, the Hon. George

Frederick Boyle.—See Glasgow.

3 George-ralph, Present And Fourth Lord.
4*Hon. John, 4. 15 Jan. 1841.

5 Hon. Ralph, 4. 11 Feb. 1842.

The gallant Sir Ralph Abercromby, great-grandfather of the present Peer, was 4. in 1734, and d. of the wounds he received whilst commanding at the battle of Alexandria, 28 March 1801, having m. 17 Nov. 1767, Mary-anne, daughter of John Menzies, Esq., of Ferntower, Co. Perth, who was 4. in 1747, created a Peeress 28 May 1801, and rf. 11 Feb. 1821. They had issue,

1 Georoe, Secosd Lord, 4. 14 Oct. 1770, succeeded his mother, Mary

Anne, 1st Baroness, 11 Feb. 1821, and rf. 14 Feb. 1843; having m. 25 Jan. 1799, the Hon. Montagu Dundas, 3rd daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount Melville, by whom, who was 4. 30 April 1772, and died March 1837, he left issue,

1 Gmohok-ralpb, Third Loud, father of the present Lord.

1 Hon. Montagu, 6.25 May 1807, d. 11 Not. 1833; Lady Panmure.

3 Hon. Mary Anne, o. 7 Dec. 1811, m. 13 July 1837, Colonel Niotaolas-R. Brown.

2 Hon. General Sir John, G.C.B., rf. 14 Feb. 1817.

3 Hon. Anne, 4. 21 Sept. 1768, rf. 17 Sept. 1844, having m. 23 April 1795,

Donald Cameron, Esq., of Lochiel, who rf. in Oct. 1832.

4 Hon. Mary, 4. 19 Aug. 1773, rf. 26 April 1825.

5 Hon. James, Baron Dunfermline, 4. 7 Nov. 1776.

6 Hon. Catherine, 4. 4 Dec. 1780, rf. 7 May 1841; having m. 31 Dec. 1811,

Thomas Buchanan, Esq., who rf. May 1842.

7 Hon. Col. Alexander, C.B., and Knight of several foreign Orders, 4. 4

March 1784, rf. 27 Aug. 1853.

Creation.—IM1.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Vive ut vivas: Live that you may live.

Seats.—Airthrey Castle, Stirlingshire; Fern Tower, Perthshire; and Tullibody House,
Clackmannanshire.

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ABERDEEN, EARL OF. (gordon.) George Hamilton-gordon, Earl of Aberdeen, Viscount Formartine, Baron Hatldo, Methlick, Tarvis, and Kellie, in the Peerage of Scotland, Viscount Gordon of Aberdeen, in that of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia; K.G. and K.T., P.C., Lord Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire, Chancellor of the University and King's College, Aberdeen, an official Commissioner of Chelsea Hospital, a Governor of Harrow School and of the Charter House, an elder Brother of the Trinity House, a Trustee of the British Museum, and of the National Gallery; Ranger of Greenwich Park; Knight of the Austrian Order of St. Stephen, F.R.S., F.S.A., F.H.S., and M.A.; h. 28 Jan. 1784, succeeded his grandfather George, 3rd Earl. 13 Aug. 1801, m. 1st, 28 July 1805, Lady Catharine-Elizabeth Hamilton, 3rd daughter of John-James, 1st Marquis of Abercorn, b. 10 Jan. 1784, and d. 29 Feb. 1812; 2ndly, 8 July 1815, Harriet, 2nd daughter of the late Hon. John Douglas,—see Morton, and widow of James, Viscount Hamilton, eldest son of John-James, 1st Marquis of Abercorn, b. 8 June 1792, and d. 26 Aug. 1833. His Lordship has had issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Jane, b. 11 Feb. 1807, rf. 21 Jury 1824.

2 Lady Caroline-Catharine, 4. 28 March 1808, d. 24 July 1818.

3 Lady Alice, b. 12 July 1809, rf. 21 April 1829.

4 Lord Haddo, b. and d. 23 Nov. 1810.

by 2nd marriage:

5*George-John-James, Lord Haddo, M.P., A. 28 Sept. 1816,m. 5 Nov. 1840, Mary, 2nd daughter of the late George Baillie, Esq.,—see HaddingTon, and has issue,

I'Hon. George, 6. Id Dec. 1841. 2 Hon. Mary, b. 28 April 1844. 3 Hon. James-Henry, 6. II Oct. 1845 . 4 Hon. John Campbell, 6. 3 Aug. 1847. 8 Hon. Harriet, 4. 1848. 6 Hon. Katharine, 4. 1842.

6 Hon. Colonel Alexander, C.B., and Officer of the Legion of Honour, extra

Equerry to H.R.H. the Prince Alhert, Deputy Quartermaster-General, and a Commissioner of the Royal Military College, 4. 11 Dec. 1817, m. 9 Dec. 1852, Carolinc-Emilia-Mary, eldest dau. of Sir John Herschell, Bart., Bedchamber Woman to her Majesty, and has issue,

1 Victoria-Albertha-Alexandrina, 4. 20 July 1854. 2 A daughter,

h. 9 Sept. 1858.

7 Lady Frances, b. 4 Dec. 1818, d. 20 April 1834.

8 Hon. and Rev. Douglas, Rector of Donagheady, Earlsgift, Co. Tyrone,

4. 13 March 1824, m. IS July 1851, Lady Ellen-Susan-Anne Douglas, 2nd dau. of the Earl of Morton, and has issue,

1 Douglai-Ccorge, 4. 7 Aug. 1852. 2 George William, 4. 15 June

1854. 3 A son, 4. 1 Oct. 1855. 4 A daughter, 4. 5 Not. 185S.

9 Hon. Arthur, 4. 26 Nov. 1829.

The Earl's father, George, Lord Haddo, eldest son of George, 3rd Earl, was 4. 28 Jan. 1764, and d. 2 Oct. 1791, having m. 18 June 1782, Charlotte, youngest daughter of William Baird, Esq., of Newbyth, Co. Haddington, by whom, who rf. 8 Oct. 1795, he had issue,

1 George, Present And Fourth Earl,

2 Hon. Vice-Admiral William. 4. 1784.

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