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Marsh, D.D., Rector of St. Thomas,
Birmingham, and has issue,

1 Francis, b. 1, d. 19, June, 1846.

2 Mary-Melesina, 6. 9 Feb. 1848.

3 Richard - William - Francis, b. 2
June 1840. 4 Marcia-Fanny,
6. 10 April 1851.

2 Very Rev. Richard Chenevix, Dean of Westminster, m. 30 May 1832, the Hon. Frances-Mary, daughter of his uncle, the late Francis Trench, Esq.— see above, and has itu>ue,

1 Melesina-Marv, b. 3 July 1834.

2 Richard, b. 18 Feb. 1838.

3 Frederick., b. 10 Oct. 1837.

4 Charles, 6. 26 Jan. 1839.

6 Arthur-Julius, 6. 6 July 1844.

6 Emily-Elizabeth, b. 5 Jan., 0*. 4 Dec, 1842.

7 Edith, b. 29 Sept. 1844.

8 Helen-Emily, b. 4 June 1840.

9 Frances-Harriet, 6. 3 June 1847. 10 Rose-Julia, b. 4 June 1848.

U Alfred-Chenevix, 6. 4 Not. 1840.

It Herbert-Francis, 6. 21 Dec. 1850.

3 Philip, m. Ellen, daughter of Thomas Turner, Esq., Hon. E.l.C.'s Civil Service, and has issue,

1 Philip. 2 Mary-Eliza.

6 John Trench, Esq., of St. Catherine's Park, Leixlip, Co. Kildare, m. 30 July 1807, Jane, eldest daughter of the late James Currie, Esq., M.D., and has issue,

1 ReT. Frederick-Fitzjohn, Rector

of Carlow, /,. 10 Oct. 1808, m. 8 April 1838, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John Maconchy, Esq., and has issue,

1 John-Alfred, b. 5 Feb. 1838.

2 William-Wallace, b. 9 Aug. 1840.

3 George-Frederick, b. 6 Aug. 1841.

4 Agnes, b. 20 March 1846. 5 James Currie, b. Nov. 1849. 6 Arthur-Francis. 7 A daughter, b. Jan. 1854.

2 Lucy-Heurietta, 6. 11 Aug. 1813, m. 13 Nov. 1844, William-WeUesleyPole Pigott, Esq.

3 Francis-Arthur, b. 14 Jan. 1816, as. 27 Jan. 1848, Emily, youngest daughter of the late George Littledale, Esq., and has issue,

1 Helena, b. Dec. 1849. 2 Arthur, b. 1851. 3 A daughter, b. Sept. 1853. 4 A son, b. Oct.

1854.

4 Rev. John-Edmund, b. Oct. 1818, m. March 1856, Anne Gildea, of Cloona Castle, Co. Mayo, and has issue,

A son, 6. Feh. 1857.

5 Sophia-Mary, A. 11 Jan. 1821.

7 Catherine, deceased, having m. 3 April 1781, the Hon. Ponsonby Moore, eldest brother of the 1st Marquis of Drogheda,who d. 10 Aug. 1819.

8 Mary, m. 1790, Hugh Hllson, Esq., who d. Sept. 1805.

0 Elizabeth, d. March 1825 ; having m. 4 Feb. 1783, Edmund Armstrong, E*q., of Gallen, King's Co., who d. 12 Dec. 1827.

10 Anne, m. the Rev. Joseph Burrows.

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ATHOLE, DUKE OF. (murray.)

Georce-augustus-frederick-john Murray, Duke of Athole, Marquis of Tullibariline and Athole, Earl of Tullibardine, Athole, Strathtay, and Strathardle, Viscount of Balquhidar, Viscount Glenalinond and Glenlyon, Baron Murray of Tullibardine, Balvenie, and Gask, in the Peerage of Scotland; Earl Strange, Baron Strange, and Murray, and Baron Glenlyon of Glenlyon, co. Perth, in the Peerage of Great Britain; K.T., Hereditary Sheriff of Perthshire, Grand Master of the Freemasons of Scotland, b. 20 Sept. 1814, succeeded as Lord Glenlyon, 12 Oct. 1837, and as Duke of Athole on the death of his uncle, John, 5th Duke, 14 Sept. 1846, m. 29 Oct. 1839, Anne, only daughter of Henry-Home Drummond, Esq., of Blair Drummond, Perthshire, a Lady of her Majesty's Bedchamber, by whom he has issue, •John-James-Hugh-Henry, Marquis of Tullibardine, b. 6 Aug. 1840.

His Lordship's father, Lord James Murray, created Baron Glenlyon, 2nd son of John, 4th Duke, was 6. 29 May 1782, and d. 12 Oct. 1837, having m. 19 May 1810, Lady Emily Percy, 5th daughter of Hugh, 2nd Duke of Northumberland, by whom, who was 4. 7 Jan. 1789, and it. 20 June 1844, he had the following issue, the survivors of whom were raised to the rank and precedency of Duke's children, IS Dec. 1846:

1 John-James, b. 27 Feb.,rf. 16 May 1811.

2 A child, still-born May 1812. 3 George-augustus-frederick-john, Present And Sixth Duke.

4 Lady CUarlotte-Augusta-Leopoldina, b. 9 April 1817, m. 10 June 1847, the

Rev. Court D'Ewes-Granville, Vicar of Thaxted, Essex, b. iu 1808.

5 Colonel Lord James - Charles - Plantagenet, Equerry to H. R. H. the

Duchess of Kent, b. 8 Dec. 1819, m. 6 Nov. 1851, Elizabeth-Marjory, daughter of the late George Fairholme, Esq., of Greenknowe, Berwickshire, by the Hon. Caroline-Elizabeth Forbes,—See Forbes, and has issue,

1 Mary-Loulaa-Victoria, A. 13 Sept. 1853. 2 A daughter, b. 7 March I860.

6 Lady Frances-Julia, b.A Nov. 1821, m. 16 Jan. 1840, Hon. Charles-Henry

Maynard, only son of Viscount Maynard.

Creation*.—Baron Murray, 1604. Earl of Tullibardine, 1606, Earl of Athole, 1629, Marquis of Athole. Viscount of Balquhtdar, and Baron Balvenie and Gask, I6"6, Duke of Athnle, Marquis of Tullihardine. Earl of Strarhtay and Strathardle, and Viscount Glenalmond and Glenlyon, 1/03, Scottish honours. Baron Strange (by writ) 1028, Earl Strang? and Baron Murray, in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1780. Baron Glenlyon in the United Kingdom, 1821.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto, - Forth fortune, and fill the fetters.

Seats.—Blair Castle, and Dnnkeld House, Perthshire.

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[Issue of Lord George Murray, Bishop of St.
David's, 2nd son of John, 3rd Duke, and
great-uncle of the present Duke ]
1 Riort-rsv. Gkobgs Murray, D.D., Lord
BUbop of Rochester, b. 12 Jan. 1784, m. 8 May
1811, Lady Sarah-Maria Hay-Druramond, 2nd
daughter of Robert, oth Earl of Kinnoull, by
whom be has issue:

1 Harriet, b. 8 Feb. 1813, d. 22 Dec. 1954 . Marchioness Camden.

2 Caroline-Sophia, b. 10 July 1814, m. 1st, 7 Aug. 1834, Sir John ifordaunt, Bart., b. 34 Aug. 1808, if. 27 Sept. 1645; and 2ndly, 25 April 1853, GustavusThomas Smith, Esq., of Goldicote House, Warwickshire.

3 Augusta Anne, b. 18 March 1817, d. 22 Peb. 1848, having m. 4 June 1844, the Right Hon. Sir John-Somerset Pakington, Bart., M.P. (He m. 1st, 14 Aug. 1822, Mary, only child of MoretonAglionby Slancy, Esq., of Shtffnal, Salop, who d 6 Jan. 1843; and Srdly, 5 June 1851, Augusta-Anne, only child of the late Thomas Champion-de-Crespigny, Esq., and widow of Col. Thomas-HenryHantings Davies, of Elmby Park, Worcestershire.)

4 Rev. George-Edward, b. 1 Sept. 1818, II Sept. 1854; having m. 18 Jaly 1848, Penelope-Frances-ElizabethPemberton, youngest dau. of Brigadier General Austin, Knight Commander of the Tower and Sword; and had issue,

1 George.Herbert, b. 27 Sept. 1849.

2 Alice-Lilian, b. 1850. 3 ArthurMorel aunt, ft. 30 Jan. 1852. 4 Douglas-Stuart, 6. 28 May 1853. 5 Marian.Georgina, ft. 1854.

5 Rev. Francis-Henry, Rectorof Chislehurst, Kent, b. 7 June 1820, m. 1st,29 Oct. 1840, Fanny-*athenne, third daughter of John-L. Anderdon, Esq., who was ft. in 1822, and d. 4 March 1*50; 2ndly, 5 Sept. 1814, Mary-Prescott, youngest Nurviring rtautht-r of Richard Paterson, Esq., of Leesons, Kent, and widow of Thomas Sanders, Esq. He has issue by 1st marriage,

1 Henry-Edward, ft. 8 Dec. 1848.

2 Herbert. Francis, A. fl Feb. 1850. 0 Mary-Louisa, ft. 1 Dec. 1823, m. 4

May 1847, the Rev.Jermyu Pratt, Rector of Campsea Ash, Suffolk.

7 Sarah-Maria, ft. 1825, m. 7 Feb. 1850, Robert-Capel Cure, Esq., Jim., of Blake Hall, Essex, ft. 1 Jan. 1823.

8 Robert-Hay, ft. Sept. IS'.'fl, m. 8 May 1849, Elizabeth, only dau. of Samuel Gregson. Esq., and has issue,

* 1 Eleanor-Augusra, A. 23 Feb. 1850.

3 Robert- Eveljn, A. I Oct. 1851. 3 Erfith-Seliua, ft. 10 Oct. 1853. 4

iSranrfirs.

Edward-Arthur, ft. 21 March 1854. 5 Alice-Liona, A. 6 June 1855. 6 Augusta-Ellen, A. 0 March 1857.

9 Eleanor-Margaret, A. 8 May 1828, m. 27 Sept. 1853. John-Jolliffe Tufnell, J mi., Ks ,., of l-angley Park, Essex.

10 Hcrbert-Harley, a Clerk in the Treasury, A. 4 Nov. I82p.

11 Rev. Frederick-William, Rectorof Leigh, Essex, A. 8 May 1831.

2 Charlotte-Sophia, A. 2 May 1785, m. 16 June 1812, the Rev. Townsend Sclwyn, who d. 31 May 1853.

3 Charles, in the Hon. E.I.C.'a Civil Service, Bengal, d. at Sumatra, Jan. 1808; having m. 16 Oct. 1800, Anne.Amelia, 2nd daughter of the late Sir James Dashwood, Bart., who was ft. Jan. 1789, and d. 1 Nov. 1851. (She tn. 2ndly, George Warde, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service.)

4 Caroline Leonora, b. 17 June 1788, d. 8 Jan. 1819. Countess of Ilchester.

5 Louisa-Anne, ft. 29 May 1790, m. 30 Nov. 1815, Sir Robert Frankland- Russell, Bart., who was ft. 10 July 1784, and d. II March 1849.

6 Hon. Amelia-Matilda, ft. 30 April 1795.

7 Rev. Edward, late Vicar of Northolt, Middlesex, ft. 5 Nov. 1798, d. 1 July 1852, having m. 14 Feb. 1822, Ruperta-Catherine, only child and heir of the late Sir George Wright, Bart., and had issue,

1 Augustus - George - Ernest, Lieut. R.N.. ft. 14 March 1823.

2 Louisa-Ruperta, ft, 13 March 1824, m. 20 June 1818, Edward Colston, Esq., of Filkins Hall, Oxon, and Roundway Park. Wilts, A. 1 Oct. 1822.

3 Charles-Ed ward, Barrister-at-Law, A. 12 May 1825,m. 21 March 1850, Fmily, only child of the late Rev. J. Gostling, and has issue:

1 Florence-Emily, A. 10 Feb. 1851, d. 2 Oct. 1852. 2 Lydia-bfariaLouisa, A. 16 March 1852, d. 22 Oct. 1853. 3 Augustus, ft. 5 Feb. 1854.

4 Rosalind-Emma, A. 1 Oct. 1855.

5 A daughter, 6. 24 March 1857.

4 Emma-Selina, A. 29 Sept. 1830, m. 25 April 1654, Robert-Bartholomew Lawes, Esq.

8 Henry, A. 1 Feb. 1800, d. without issue, 25 Nov. 1831 ; having m. 19 Oct. 1826. the Hon. Catherine Otway-Cave, 3rd daughter of the late Henry Otway, Esq., and the present Baroness Brayc. (She Is now Widow of the 3rd Earl Bcauchamp.)

[Issne of Lord William, 3rd son of John, 3rd Duke.]

1 Rrab-admiral jAMK«*-ARTHl/a MtlRRAV,

ft. 10 March 1790, as. l>t, 13 Dec. 1821, Harriet, youngest daughter of the late William Coupland, Esq., d. 29 July 1829; 2ndly, 3 May 1838, Julia, youngest daughter of the late John Delme\ Esq., of Cams Hall, Hants; he has issue,

1 Harrict-Conpland.A.20Sept. 1822,m. 7 Oct. 1852, Harvey-Winson Fellows, Esq.

2 James, Lieut. R.E., A. 3 July Ihimj, killed leading a storming party against Sebastopol, 18 June 1856.

3 Julia-Frances-Delml, A. 1 April 1830.

4 Mary-Ann, A. 10 May 1842.

ft Margaret-Amelia, A. 23 Aug. 1843.

6 William-Frederick, b. 5 Jan. 184$.

7 Louisa-Mary, b. 10 May 1846.

8 George, 6. 6 Oct. 1854. 2 Mary-Ann, b. 28 April 1701.

[Issue of Lord Henry, 4th son of John, 3rd Duke.]

1 Lieut.-Col. Richard, d. 10 Oct. 1843, having m. 1st, June 1811, Catherine, daughter ot the late John-Joseph Bacon, Esq., who d. 30 April 1817; fndly, 1819, Margaret, daughter of William Tennison, E*q. He had issue,

1 Elizabeth-Anne, b. 9 May 1812.

2 Emily-Maria, b. 19 April 1814, m. 98 April 1835, E. M. Gawne, Esq., of Kentraugh, Isle of Man.

3 Husky Murray. Esq., A. 14 April 1815, m. 22 Dec. 1840, Isabella, daughter of the late Kev. John Oliver, and has issue,

1 Richard.Paget, b. 26 Dec 1842.

2 Isabella-Sophia, b. 1844.

3 Elizabeth-Emily, A. 12 Dec. 1847.

4 A son, b. 20 March 1850.

« Margaret-Tennison, b. 30 May 1830.

r2 Chartotte-Withelmina, b. 10 Aug. 1700, d. 1 Aug. 1835; having m. 1st, 10 Aug. 1808, William Scott, Esq , who d. 28 Aug. 1818; and Sndly, 8 Jan. 1825, Samuel Hibbcrt'Wnre, Esq., M.D., to whom she was second win; t he was A. 31 April 1782, and d. 30 Dec. 1848. (He was 1st m. 23 July 1804, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Thomas Crompton, Esq., of Bride Hall, Lancashire, who if. 13 April 1822; and srdly, 4 Aug. 1842, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter ui Captain Anthony Lefroy.)

3 Elizabeth-Mona.

4 Amelia-Jane, m. Oct. 1820, General Sir John Oswald, a.c.I)., of Dunnikeir, Co. Fife,

widower of her consln, Charlotte Murrar-Aynsley,—see below; he d. 9 June 1840.

5 Henriana-Matilda, A. 1805, m. 7 June 1831; the Rev. Thoma*-Gerard Leigh, Rector of Walton-on-the-HUl, Liverpool.

[Issue of the Rev. Lord Charles Murray-Aynsley, 5th son of John, 3rd Duke.]

1 Charlotte, A. 8 April 1794, d. 22 Feb. I827; having m. 28 Jan. 1812, General Sir John Oswald, G.C.B., who re-m.—see above, and d. 8 June 1840.

2 JflHN MURRAV-AVNSLKV, ESQ., of Little

harle Tower, Northumberland, A. 2 June l~05, m. 24 June 1820, Emma-Sarah, daughter of Samuel-Peach Peach, Esq., of Tockington House, Co. Gloucester, and has issue,

1 Charles-Murray, Commander R.N'., Knight of the Legion of Honour, A. 21 Sept. 1821.

2 Capt. James-Murray.A. 18 June 1823.

3 Rev. John Crugor-Murray, Rector of Walton and Weston-in-Gordano, A. 21 Feb. 1825, m. 6 July 1852, HarrietfGeorgiana-Maria, daughter of the late Rev. Frederick Manners-Sutton. — See Rutland.

4 George- Herbert-Murray.ln the Hon. E.I.C.'s Madras Cavalry, A. 4 Sept. 1820, m. 12 Feb. 1848, Emily, youngest daughter of Robert Hand, Esq.; and has issue,

1 A daughter, A. 16 July 1840.

2 A son, A. 31 Dec. 1850.

3 A son, b. 1 June 1865.

5 Hugh-Percy-Murray, a Member of the Legislative Council of Trinidad, A. 8 Oct. 1828.

0 Emma-Atholl, A. 24 Feb. 1831, d. 10 Dec. 1843.

3 Athall-Keturah, A. 22 July 1801, if. 20 Jan. 1844; having m. b June 1820, the Very Rev. Sir Herbert Oakcley, Bart., Dean of Booking, who d. 27 March 1845.

4 Elizabeth-Ann, A. 30 Oct. 1802.

The Earl of Dunmore Is a branch of this illustrious family, being descended from Lord Charles Murray, Earl of Dunmore, 2nd sou of John, 1st Marquis of Athole.

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AUCKLAND, BARON. (eden.) Robert-john Edkn, Baron Auckland of West Auckland, Co. Durham, in the Peerage of Great Britain; and Baron Auckland in Ireland; in Holy Orders, D.D., Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, 6. 10 July 1799, succeeded 1 Jan. 1849, m. 15 Sept. 1825, Mary, eldest daughter of Francis-Edward Hurt, Esq. of Alderwasly, Derbyshire, by whom he has issue:

1 Hon. Eleanor, A. 26 Sept. 1826.

2*Hon. William-Georire, attached to the Embassy at Stockholm, 4.19 Jan. 1829, m. 8 Oct. 1857, Lucy-Walbanke, youngest daughter of JohnWalbanke Childers, Esq., of Cantley, Yorkshire.

3 Hon. Henty-Joknes, b. 18 Sept. 1830, d. 10 Feb. 1853.

4 Hon. Ashley, Hon. E.I.C.'s Civil Service, Bengal, i. 13 Nov. 1831.

5 Hon. Einily-Dulcibella, b. 4 Nov. 1832.

6 Hon. Emma-Mary, 4. 1 Dec. 1833, m. 20 Nov. 1856, the Rev. Edward

Heneage Paget.—See Anglesey, Collaterals.

7 Hon. Florence-Selina, 4. 6 Jan. 1835.

8 Hon. Maria-Harriet, 4. 14 Sept. 1836.

9 Hon. Robert-Henley-Shawe, 4. 25 Sept. 1840.

His Lordship's father, William, First Lord, celebrated for his eminent diplomatic services in America, France, Spain, and Holland, rf. 28 May 1814; having «. 26 Sept. 1776, Eleanor, 2nd daughter of Sir Gilbert Elliot, Bart., and sister of Gilbert, 1st Earl of Minto, by whom, who rf. 18 May 1818, he had issue:

1 Hon. Eleanor-Agnes, 4. 9 July 1777, rf. 15 Oct. 1851, late Countess of

Buckinghamshire.

2 Hon. Catherine-Isabella, b. 20 Sept. 1778, rf. 10 Aug. 1810; having m.

22 July 1806, the Rigkt-Hon. Nicholas Vantittart, afterwards Lord Beiley,extinct. He was 4. 29 April 1766, raised to the peerage in 1823, and rf. 8 Feb. 1851.

3 Hon. Elisabeth-Charlotte, b. 21 March 1780, rf. 17 April 1847, late Lady

Godolphin.

4 Hon. Caroline, b. 29 July 1781, rf. 2 March 1951; having m, 17 June

1806, Arthur Vansittart, Esq., of Shottesbrooke, Berks, cousin of the late Lord Bexley, who rf. 31 May 1829.

5 Hon. miliam-Fredcrick-Elliot, 4. 19 Jan. 1782, rf. 19 Jan. 1810.

6 George, Second Lord, 4. 25 Aug. 1784, succeeded 28 May 1814, was

created Earl Of Auckland and Baron Eden, 1839, and d.unm. 1 Jan. 1849, when those titles became Extinct.

7 Hon. Henry, b. 28 April 1786, rf. 13 June 1794.

8 Hon. Mary-Louisa, 4. 14 Sept. 1788, m. 26 June 1806, Andrew Wed

derburn, afterwards Colvile. Esq., of Ochiltree and Crombie, 4. 6 Nov 1779, and rf. 3 Feb. 1856. (He >». 1st, 27 Dec. 1802, Elizabeth-Susanna, eldest daughter of the late John Wedderburn, Esq., who rf. 22 Dec. 1803.)

9 Hon. Gcorge-Charlcs-William-Frcderick, 4. 23 April 1791, rf. 17 Dec. 1798.

10 Hon. Mary-Dulcibella, 4. 1 Sept. 1793, m. 15 July 1819, Charles Drum

rnond, Esq.—See Strathallan.

11 Hon. Morton, d.30 May 1821.

12 Hon. Emily.

13 Robert-john, Present And Third Lord.

14 Hon. Frances, 4. 16 Jan. 1801, rf. 26 April 1849.

Creations—Irish Barony 1789 ; Baron Auckland in England 1703.

Genealogy.— See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Si sit prudentia: If there be but prudence.

Town Residence.—2, Grosrenor Crescent, lielgrave Square.

Seat.—The Palace, Wells, Somersetshire.

Gkobgr-edwahd Thicknesse-toucdet, Baron Audley of Heleigli Castle, Co. Stafford, in the Peerage of Englund, and Count of the Holy Roman Empire ; b. 26 Jan. 181?, succeeded 14 Jan. 1837, "i. 16 April, 1857, at Sydney, Emily, 2nd daughter of the late Colonel Sir Thomas-Livingstone Mitchell.

His Lordship's father, George-john, Seventeenth Lord, was 4.23 Jan. 1713,

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succeeded 24 Aug. 1818, and rf. 14 Jan. 1837; having m. 18 April 1816, AnneJane, eldest daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Sir Ross Donnelly, K.C.B., by whom, who rf. 18 Aug. 1855, he left issue:

1 George-edward, Present And Eighteenth Lord.

2 Hon. Jane-Elizabeth, A. 30 March 1818.

3*Hon. John, A. 8 Nor. 1819, m. 6 Sept. 1842, Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of the late John-Henry Blennerhasset, Esq., and has issue:

1 Elizabeth, 6. 44 Aug. 1843. 2 Maria-Jane, b. 18 June 1845.

S George, b. 28 April 1847. 4 A daughter, A. Feb. 1849. s A daughter,
A. March 18S2.

4 Hon. William-Ross, A. 23 Nov. 1821.

5 Hon. James, A. 11 Jan. 1825, rf. an infant.

6 Hun. Susan, A. 19 July 1826.

Creation—By writ of summons 1403, bat originally summoned 1296.
Genealogy—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Je le tiens: I hold it.
Seat.—Sandridge Park, Wiltshire.

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AVELAND, BARON. (heathcote.)

Gilbkrt-john Heathcotb, Baron Aveland of Aveland, Co. Lincoln, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and a Baronet j Hon. Colonel of the South Lincoln Militia, b. 16 Jan. 1795, m.8 Oct. 1827,the Hon. Clementina-Elizabeth Drummond-Willoughby, eldest daughter of Lord Willoughby de Eresby, 6. 2 Sept. 1809, and has issue,

1 A ton, A. 9 Nov. 1828, rf. July 1829.

2*Hon. Gilbert-Henrv, M.P., A. 1 Oct. 1830.

3 Hon. Clementina-Charlotte, A. 25 Feb. 1833.

4 Hon. Elizabeth-Sophia, A. April 1838.

His Lordship is the eldest son of the late Sir Gilbert Heathcote, of London, Bart., M.P. for Lincolnshire and Rutland, who was A. in Oct. 1773, and d. 26 March 1851; having heen twice married; 1st, 15 Aug. 1793, to Lady Katht-rineSophia Tollemache, 2nd daughter of the late John Manners, Esq., and Louisa Countess of Dysart, A. in 1769, and rf. 28 May 1825; and 2ndly, 10 Aug. 1825, to Mrs. Eldon. Sir Gilbert left issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 Gilbert-john, The Present And First Lord.

2 Lionel-Edward, A. 27 March 1796.

3 Henry-William, m. 17 Dec. 1833, Sophia-Matilda, only daughter of

Thomas Wright, Esq., of Upton Hall, Notts.

by 2nd marriage:

4 Arthur, A. 22 June 1829. Creation.—1860. Baronet 1732.

Motto.—Habere et Dispertiri: By having and dispersing abroad.

Town Residence 12, Langham Place.

.Vi uls.—Normnnton Park, and Stocken Hall, Co. Rutland.

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