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3 Hon. Lieut.-Col. Sir Alexander, K.C.B., killed at Waterloo, 18 June 1815.

4 Lady Alicia, b. 29 July 1788, advanced to the precedence of an Earl's

daughter, 22 Jan. 1813, and d. 24 April 1847.

5 Hon. Lieut.-Col. Sir Charles, ft. 5 July 1790, d. 30 Sept. 1835.

6 Might Hon. Sir Robert, G.C.B., b. 1791, d. 8 Oct. 1847.

7 Hon. Rear-Admiral John, b. 1792.

Creations Earl of Aberdeen, Viscount of Formartine, Baron Haddo, Methlick, Tarvi*.

and Kellie 1081; Viscount Gordon 1814. Bart. 1042.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Mottoes.—Fortuna sequatur: Let fortune follow.—Ne minium: Not exceeding.
Town Residence.—7, Argyll Street.

Seats.—Haddo Houae,and Buchan Ness, Aberdeenshire; and Ranger's Lodge, Blacxheath.

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[Cousins of the present Peer, issue of Hon. Alexander, Lord Kocxville, 4th sou of William, tad Earl.]

1 Charles, 6.27 April I770,d. 18 Feb. 1851; hiring m. 9 June 1800, Elizabeth, widow of William Cluttou, Esq., by whom, who was b. in 1777, and d. 9 Sept. 1853, he left issue:

1 William-cosmo Gobuun, Esq., of Fvvie Castle, Aberdeenshire, 6. 17 May 1810, «. 9 June 1848, Mary-Grace, 3rd daughter of the late Sir Hobert Abercromby, Bart.

2 Alexander-Henry, b. 14 Jan. 1813, m. 15 Sept. IMS, Catharine, 3rd daughter of Admiral Douglas.

3 Charles William, 6. 19 March 1817.

2 Sir tt'itliam UuJGordon, Bart., b. 8 April 1771, d. 8 March 1823; having in. 10 Feb. 1810, Caroline, 5th daughter of the late Sir George Cornewall, Bart., b. 20 May 1789, by whom he left issue:

1 Sir Alexander-Cornewall DlfpfGuauoN, Hart., Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer,

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ABERGAVENNY, EARL OF. (nevill.)

William Nkvill, Earl of Abergavenny, Viscount Nevill, and Bnron Abergavenny, in the Peerage of Great Britain; his Lordship is in Holy Orders, he was b. 28 June 1792, succeeded his brother 12 April 18-15, m. 7 Sept. 1824, Caroline, 2nd daughter of the late Ralph Leeke, Es(|., of Longford Hall, Salop, and has issue, 1 Henry, b. 1825, d. 21 March 1829.

2» William, Viscount Nevill, A. 16 Sept. 1826, m. 2 May 1848, Caroline, eldest daughter of Sir JohnVanden-llempde-Johnstoiie, Bart., by LouisaAugusta Vernon-IIarcourt,—see Vernon, and has had issue,

1 Hon. Caroline-Louisa, 6. -IS Dec. 1849, ./. 4 Jan. 1850.

2 Hon. Cicely-Louisa, 6. 10 Sept. 1851.

3'llon. Kegiiiald-William-Bniusby, b. 4 March 1853.
4 Hon. Heory-Gilbert-Halph, 6. 2 Sept. 1S54.
6 A son, 6. 2J Sept. 1H50.

3 Augusta, b. 24 Jan. 1828, d. 25 March 1829.

4 Lady Caroline-Emily, b. 31 May 1829.

5 Lady Henrietta-Augusta, ft. 18 June 1830, m. 19 July 1855, Hon. Thomas

Edward Lloyd-Mostyn, M.P.—See Mostyn,

6 Lady Isabel-Mary-Frames, 4. 6 Sept. 1831, m. 23 Feb. 1854, the Hon.

Edward-Vesey Bligh,—tee Darnlev.

7 Hon. Ralph-Pelham, Capt. West Kent Yeomanry Cavalry, 4. 28 Nov. 1832.

lis Lordship's father, Henry, Second Earl, K.T., was 4. 22 Feb. 1755, succeeded on the death of his father, George, 1st Earl, 10 Sept. 1785, and it. 27 March 1843, having m. 3 Oct. 1781, Mary, only child of the late John Robinson, Esq., of Wyke House, Middlesex, many years Secretary to the Treasury, by whom, who d. 26 Oct. 1796, he had issue,

1 Lady Mary-Catherine, 4. 27 Feb. 1783, d. 11 July 1807; having m. 2 Jan.

1802, Thomas Myers, Esq.

2 Henry, Viscount Nevill, 4. 22 May 1785, d. 8 April 1806.

3 Ralph, Vitcount Nevill, b. 21 Dec. 1786, d. 19 May 1826, having m. 2 Feb.

1813, Mary-Anne, daughter of the late — Bruce Elcock, Esq., b. 1793, d. 6 June 1828.

4 Lady Henrietta, b. 14 July 1788, rf. 28 July 1827.

5 John, Third Earl, b. 25 Dec. 1789, succeeded 27 March 1843, and

d. unmarried 12 April 1845.

6 William, Present And Fourth Earl.

Creation.—Baron of Abergavenny by tenurefrom the reign of King Henry the 3rd, Earl
of Abergavenny and Viscount Nevill, 1784.
Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Ne vile velis: Incline to nothing base.
Town Residence—S8, Portland Place.

Seats.—Eridge Castle, Tunbridge Wells; and Birling Manor, Maidstone.

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ABINGDON, EARL OF. (bertie.)

Montagu Bertie, Earl of Abingdon, and Baron Norreys of Rycote, Co. Oxford, in the Peerage vf England; D.C.L., Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Berkshire, and High Steward of Oxford and Abingdon; b. 19 June lc>08, succeeded 16 Oct. 1854, m. 7 Jan. 1835, Elizabeth-Lavinia, only child of George-Granville Harcourt, Esq.,—see Vernon, 6. 7 Fob. 1816, and has issue,

1'Montagu-Arthur, Lord Norreys, Cornet Queen's Own Oxfordshire Yeomanry, 4. 13 May 1836.

2 Lady Elizabeth-Emily, 4. 5 November 1838.

3 Lady Lavinia-Louisa, 4. 6 Jan. 1843.

4 Hon. Francis-Leveson, 4. 17 Aug. 1844.

5 Hon. Alberic-Edward, 4. )4 November 1846.

6 Lady Frances-Evelyn, 4. 23 April 1848.

7 Hon. George Aubrey-Vere, 4. 2 May 1850.

8 Hon. Charles-Claude, 4. 31 Aug. 1851.

9 Hon. Reginald-Henrv, 4. 26 May 1856.

His Lordship's father, Montagu, Fifth Earl, 4. 30 April 1784, succeeded 26 Sept. 1799, d. 16' Oct. 1854; having m. 1st, 27 Aug. 1807, Emily, 5th daughter of the late Hon. General Thomas Gage,—iff Gage, 4. 25 April 1776, rf.28 Aug. 1838; and 2ndly, 11 March 1841, Lady Frederica-augusta Kerr, now CountessDowager, 7th daughter of the late Lord Mark Kerr and the late Countess of Antrim, 4. 22 June 1816. By his 1st marriage his Lordship had issue,

1 Montagu, Present And Sixth Earl.

2 Lady Charlotte-Margaret, b. 23 July 1809.

3 Lady Emily-Caroline, b. 11 Aug. 1810, m. 31 July 1830, the Hon. and

Rev. Charles Bathurit,see Bathurst, who d. 1 March 1842.

4 Hon. Albemarle, b. 26 Sept. 1811, d. 4 Feb. 1825.

5 Hon. and Rev. Henry-William, Vicar of Great Ilford, Essex, 4. 16 Sept.

1812.

6 Lady Angnsia-Georgiana, b. 14 April, d. 7 May 1815.

7 Han. Vere-Peregrine, b. 23 Nov. 1817, d. 21 March 1818.

8 Hon. Brownlow-L'harles, 4. 19 Aug. 1819, d. at sea 30 Dec. 1852.

Creation.— Baron Norreys of Rycote (by writ) 1572, Earl of Abingdon 1682.
Genealogy.—Set: Genealogical Volume.

Motto. virtus ariete fortior: Virtue is stronger than a battering-ram.
Town Residence.—18, Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square.
AVal.—Wytham, Oxford.

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9 Hon. and Rev. Frederick, M.A., Rector of Albury, Oxon, and VYytham, Berks, ft. 12 Feb. 1793, m. 17 Oct. 1825, Lady Georgina.Anne-Emily Kerr, 2nd danghter of Charlotte, late Countess of Antrim, 6. 3 July 1806, and has issue,

1 Charlotte-Ann-Emily, ft. 22 Jan.

1827, d. 19 Dec. 1839.

•I Georglna-Etlzabeth, ft. 5 June

1828, d. 1 Nov. 1838.

3 Charles M'Donnell, ft. 17 Sept. 1829.

4 Montagu Mark, ft. 5 March 1831, d. on board H. M.S. Cormorant, off Kio, 27 March 1850.

5 Agnes, ft. 26 July 1832.

6 Willoughby, ft. 29 Jan. 1834.

7 Vere-Clinton, ft. 19 Dec. 1835.

8 Frederic-Arthur, ft. 24 Sept. 1837.

9 Peregrine-Francis, ft. 18 Dec. 1841.

10 Adela Mary, ft. 12 Jan. 1845.

11 Albemarle-Henry, ft. 26 Feb. 1847.

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ABINGER, BARON. (scarlett.)

Robert-campbell Scarlett, Baron Abinger of Abinger, Co. Surrey, and of the City of Norwich, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; b. 5 Sept. 1794, succeeded 7 April 1844, m. 19 July 1824, Sarah, 2nd daughter of George Smith, Esq., late Chief Justice of the Isle of Mauritius, and has issue,

1 Hon. Henrietta-Elizabeth, 4. 20 June 1825, m. 28 July 1846, the Hon. Otway-Fortescue Toler.—See Norbury.

2'Hon. Lieut-Colonel William-Frederick, Scots Fusilier Guards, 4. 30 Aug. 1826.

3 Hon. Frances-Mary, 4. 2 March 1828. I

4 Hon. James-Henry-Lawrence, 4. 19 Jan. 1830, d. 15 June 1845.

His Lordship's father, James, First Lord, the late Chief Baron of the Exchequer, son of Robert Scarlett, Esq., of the Island of Jamaica, was b. in 1769, and d. 7 April 1844, having m. 1st, 22ud Oct. 1792, Louise-Henrietta, 2nd daughter of Peter Campbell, Esq., of Kilmory, Co. of Argyle, who d. 8 March 1829; and 2ndly, 28 Sept. 1843, Elizabeth, Dowager Lady Abinger, daughter of the late Lee-Steere Steere, Esq. of Jayes, Surrey, and widow of the late Rev. Henry-John Ridley. By the first marriage his Lordship had issue,

1 Robert-campbell, Present And Second Lord.

2 Hon. Mary-Elizabeth, 4. 29 April 1796, Baroness Stratheden.

3 Hon. Louise-Lawrence, 4. 26 Oct. 1797, m. 14 June 1828, Lieut.-Col. Sir

Edmund Carrey, K.C.H., who d. 27 Aug. 1842.

4 Hon. Major-Gen. Sir James-Yorke, K.C.B., Commander of the Legion of

Honour, a Lieut.-General in Turkey, and General of the South-Western District, 4. 1 Feb. 1799, n. 19 Dec. 1835, Charlotte-Anne, 2nd daughter and co-heiress of the late Col. Hargreaves.

5 Caroline, d. young.

6 Hon. Peter-Campbell, C.B., Envoy extraordinary, and Minister Pleni

potentiary in Brazil, 6. 27 Nov. 1804, ni.22 May 1843, Frances-SojihiaMostyn, 2nd daughter of Edmund Lomax, Esq., of Parkhurst, Surrey; by whom, who was 4. in 1824, and d. 27 Sept. 1849, be has issue:

1 Florence, 6. 20 March 1844. S Laurence-Peter-Campbell, b. 1 Jan. 1846, d. 16 Oct. 1847. 3 Leopold-James- York-Campbell, 4. 0 Sept. 1847. Creation 1833.

Motto.—Sait mat viribui: He stands by his own strength.
Town Residence.—

Seat.—Abinger Hall, Dorking, Surrey.

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AILESBURY, MARQUIS OF. (brudenell-bruce.) George-william-frederick Brudenell-bruce, Marquis and Earl of Ailesbury, Earl Bruce of Whorlton, Co. York, Viscount Savernake of Savernake Forest, Co. Wilts, and Baron Bruce of Tottenham, Co. Wilts, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant of the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry, and Aidede-Camp to the Queen; b. 20 Nov. 1804, succeeded 4 Jan. 1856, m. 11 May 1837, Lady Mary-Caroline Herbert, 3rd daughter of George-Augustus, 11th Earl of Pembroke, b. 11 March 1813.

His Lordship's father, Charles, First Marquis, K.T., was 4. 14 Feb. 1773, succeeded as Earl of Ailesbury 19 April 1814, and d. 4 Jan. 1856; having »>. 1st 10 April 1793, the Hon. Henrietta Maria Hill, eldest daughter of Noel. 1st Lord Berwick, who d. 2 Jan. 1831; and 2ndly, 20 Aug. 1833, Maria-elizabeth, Dowager Marchioness, youngest daughter of the late Hon. Charles Tollemache. —See Dysart. His Lordship bad issue,

by 1st marriage:

1 \ (Lady Maria-Caroline-Annc, 4. 10 May 1794, d. 16 Nov. 1835; ( TM . ! having m. 17 July 1819, the French General Comte de > I wins, <, Mondreville, who d. 16 June 1843.

2 ) [Hon. Emily, 4. 10 May 1794, d. young.

3 Lady Augusta-Frances-Frederica-Louisa, 4. 25 Sept. 1795, m, 23 Nor. 1826, Frederick-William-Thomas Vemon-Wentworth, Esq., of Wentworth Castle, Yorkshire, 4. 20 Sept. 1795.

4 Lady Mary-Anne-Jemima, 4. 8 July 1797, d. 26 July 1841.

5 Hon. Emily-Henrietta-Matilda, b. 2 April 1799, d. 8 July 1803.

6 Georcie-william-frederick, Present And Second Marquis.

7 Lady Elizabeth, b. 14 April 1807, d. at Copenhagen, 6 November 1847;

having m. 25 July 1833, Count Christian-Conrad-Sophus DanneskioldSamsoe, of Samsoe in the Kingdom of Denmark, Master of the Horse to the King of Denmark, and Knt. G.C. of Dannebrog. 8*Rt. Hod. Lord Ernest-Augustus-Charles, M.P., Vice-Chamberlain to her Majesty, and Capt. R. Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry, 4. 8 Jan. 1811, m. 25 Nov. 1834, Hon. Louisa-Elizabeth Beresford, 2nd daughter of John, 2nd Lord Decies, 6. April 1814, and has had issue,

1 Henrietta, b. 13 Nov. 1835, d. 27 Jan. 1S30. 2 Louisa-Caroline, 4. 3 Oct. 18.16, m. 18 Jan. I860, Sir Henry Meux, Bart, and .M l'., b. 28 Dec 1817. 3 George-John, Cornet 1st Life Guards, 6. 13 Hay 1839. 4 JamesErnest, b. 29 June 1810. 5 Henry-Augustus, 6. 11 April 1842. 6 RobertThomas, b. 25 Jan. 1845. 7 Ernestine-Mary, 6. 15 March 1847. 8 CharlesFrederick, o. 4 March 184S.

by 2nd marriage:

9 Lord Charles-William, Lieut. 1st Life Guards, b. 18 June 1834.

Creation*—Baron Bruce 1746, Earl of Ailesbury 1776, Marquis of Ailcsbury, Earl Bruce
Hum ViscountSavernake 1821.
Genealogy—See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.— Fuimus: We were.
Ton it Residence.—78, Pall Mall.

Seats.— Tottenham Park,near Marlborough, Wilts; and Jerveaux Abbey, Yorkshire.

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AILSA, MARQUIS OF. (kennedy.)

Archibald Kennedy, Marquis of Ailsa, of the Isle of Ailsa, Co. Ayr, and Baron Ailsa of Ailsa, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; Earl of Cussillis and Baron Kennedy, in the Peerage of Scotland; and a Baronet of Nova Scotia; 6. Aug. 1816, succeeded his grandfather, Archibald, 1st Marquis, 8 Sept. 1846, m. 10 Nov. 1846, Julia, 2nd daughter of the late Sir Richard-Mounteney Jephson, Bart., and has issue,

1'Archibald, Earl of Cassillis, 4.1 Sept. 1847.

2 Lady Julia-Alice, 4. 22 Nov. 1849.

3 Lady Evelyn-Anne, 4. 24 Aug. 1851.

4 Lord Alexander, 4. 6 Oct. 1853.

5 Lady Constance-Eleanor, 4. 4 Oct. 1855.

His Lordship's father, Archibald, Earl Of Cassillis, was 4. 11 Dec. 1794, and d. before his father, 12 Aug. 1832, having m. 1 May 1814, Eleanor, only child of Alexander Allardice, Esq., of Dunnotter, Co. Kincardine, by whom, who d. 16 Nov. 1832, be left the following issue, the survivors of whom were raised to the rank and precedency of Marquis's children in 1847,

1 Lady Eleanor, 4. April 1815, m. 5 July 1836, Sir John-Andrew Cathcart,

Bart., 4. 18 Feb. 1810.

2 Archibald, Present And Second Marquis.

3 Hon. Alexander, 4. April 1818, d. Oct. 1832.

4 Hon. John, b. Sept. 1819, d. 3 Sept. 1846.

5 Lord David, Hon. E.I.C.'s Military Service, 4. Nov. 1820.

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