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Earl Temple of Stowe, and Viscount and Baron Cobham of Kent, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; also Earl Nugent, in Ireland; and co-heir with the Marquis Townshend of the Barony of Bourehier; K.G., G.C.H., P.C., and D.C.L., Colonel of the Royal Buckinghamshire Yeomanry, b. 11 Feb. 1797, succeeded 17 Jan. 1839, in. 13 May 1819, Lady Mary Campbell, 2nd daughter of John, 1st Marquis of Breadalbane, b. 10 July 1795, and by her, who obtained a legal separation from the Duke in 1850, has issue:

1 Lady Anna-Eliza-Mary, b. 7 Feb. 1820. m. 9 June 1846, William-Henry

Powell Gore-Langton, Esq., M.P.. of Newton Park, Somersetshire. 2,Richard-Plantagenet-Campbell, Marquis of Chandos, Capt. Royal

Buckinghamshire Yeomanry, b. 10 Sept. 1823, m. 2 Oct. 1851, Caroline,

only daughter of Robert Harvey, Esq., of Langley Park, Bucks., and

has issue,

I Lady Mary, A. 30 Sept. 1852. 2 Lady Anne, A. 25 Oct. 1953. 3 Lady Caroline-Jemima-Elizabeth, A. 11 April 1850.

His Grace's father, Richard, First Dvke, K.G., b. 20 March 1776, succeeded 11 Feb. 1813, and d. 17 Jan. 1839; having m. 16 April 1796, Lady AnnaEliza Brydges, daughter and heir of James, 3rd ami last Duke of Chandos, b. 27 Oct. 1779, d. 16 May 1836. The only issue of their Graces is, Riciiard-plantagenet, Present And Second Duke.

Creations.—Viscount and liaron Coblmm 1718, Karl Temple 1740, Marquis of Buckingham, 1784. Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, Marquis of Chandos, and Earl Temple of Stowe, 1822, English honours. Earl Nugent in the Peerage of Ireland, 177(1.

Genealogy.See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Templa quam dilecta: Temples how beloved; and Deo Parria Amicis.
Town Residence.

Seuts.—Stowe Park, and VVotton House, Buckinghamshire; and Avington Park, Win*
Chester.

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[Cncle and Aunt of the present Duke, issue of George, 1st Marquis.]

1 Lorfjt Mary-Anne, A. 8 July 1787, if. 3 June 1845; late Lady Arundell.

2 Lord George, b. 31 Dec. 1780, succeeded his mother as Bason Nugent 18 March 1812, in. 8 Sept. 1813, Anne-Lucy 2nd daughter of the late Hon. (len. Vere l'oulett, —See Poulktt, who was A. 19 Jan. 1790, and d. 10 April 1848. His lordship d. without surviving issue,27 Nov. 1950, when his title became extinct.

[Great Uncles and Aunts of the present Duke, issue of the Right Hon. George Grenville.] 1 Charlotte, b. 14 Sept. 1754, (/.Oct. 1832; having m. 21 Dec. 1771, Sir Watkin WilHaass Hynn, Bart., who d. 29 July 1780. (He m. 1st, 13 April 1709, Lady Henrietta Somerset, daughter of Charles-Noel, 4th Duke of Beaufort, who //. 24 July 1700.)

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2 Bight Hon. Thomas Gmentille, A. 31 Dec. 1755, rf. 17 Dec. 1840.

3 Elizabeth, A. 30 July 1757, d. 21 Dec. 1842, late Countess of Carysfort.

4 tl illiam-Wyndhum Grenyille, A. 24 Oct. 1759, created in 1790, Baron GrenriLLB, of Wotton, Co. Bucks, in the Peerage of Great Britain; he d. without issue 12 Jan. 1834, when his title became Extinct. His Lordship m. 18 July 1702, the Hon. Anne Pitt, only daughter of Thomas, 1st Lord Camelford, and sister and heir of Thomas, 2nd nndlast Lord Camelford; her Ladyship was A. 10 Sept. 1772, and is now the Dowager Lady Grenvillk.

5 Hester, A. 30 Nov. 1780, rf. 13 Not. 1847; late Countess Fortescue.

8 Catherine,A. 1702,d. 8 Nov. 1790,having as. Richard Alduorth-JVeitlle-GriJin, Esq., afterwards 2nd Lord Braybrookc.

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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, EARL OF. (hobart.) Augustus-edward Hobart, Earl of Buckinghamshire, Lord Hobart, Baron Hobart of Blickling, Co. Norfolk, in the Peerage of Great Britain, and a Baronet. His Lordship is in Holy Orders, and a Prebendary of Wolverhampton; he was b. 1 Nov. 1703, succeeded his brother, George-Robert, 5th Earl, 2 Feb. 1849, m. 1st, 12 Sept. 1816, Mary, eldest daughter of the late John Williams, Esq., King's Serjeant, who d. in childbed, 25 Jan. 1825; and 2ndly, 15 Aug. 1826, Maria-Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Godfrey Egremont; his issue are,

bv 1st marriage:

1 Lady Albinia-Frances, 4. 28 June 1817, m. 20 May 1854, Henry-AJington Pye, Esq.

2»Vere-Henry, Lord Hobart, 6.8 Dec. 1818, m. 4 Aug. 1853, Mary-Catherine, daughter of the Right Rev. Thomas Carr, D.D., late Bishop of Bombay.

3 Hon. Frederick-John, 4. 6 March 1821, m. 27 March 1856, Catherine

Annesley, youngest daughter of the Right-Rev. Thomas Carr, late
Bishop of Bombay, and has issue,
A son, 6. 10 June 1857.

4 Hon. Augustus-Charles, Commander R.N., 4. 1 April 1822, m. May 1848,

Mary-Anne, daughter of Dr. Colquhoun Grant.

5 Lady Georgina-Mary, b. 10 July 1823.

6 Hon. Charles-Edward, in the Hon. E.I.C.'s Mil. Service, b. 6 Jan. 1825,

m. Dec. 1853, Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Dr. A. Cooke, of Jamaica.

by 2nd marriage:

7 Hon. George-Augustus, Hon. E.I.C.'s Civil Service, 4. 2 June 1827, m.

9 June 1857, Jane, eldest daughter of Sir John-Wither Awdry, of Notton, Chippenham.

8 Hon. William-Arthur, Hon. E.I.C.'s Military Service, 4. 11 Oct. 1828, m.

1 June 1857, Marianne, daughter of the late Richard-Kennet Dawson, Esq., of Frickley Hall, Yorkshire.

9 Bertie-Henry, 4. 18 March, d. 16 July, 1830.

10 Lady Maria-Catherine, 4. 5 July 1831.

11 Louisa, b. 16, d. 17, Sept. 1832.

12 Lady Charlotte-Augusta, 4. 17 July 1833.

13 Lady Louisa-Selina, 4. 21 July 1834.

14 Hon. Horace-Miles, 4. 5 Nov. 1835.

15 Lady Eleanor-Agnes, 4. 18 Feb. 1838.

His Lordship's father, the Hon. George-Vere Hobart, 2nd son of George, 3rd Earl, was 4. in 1761, and d. 5 Dec. 1802; having m. 1st, Jane, daughter of Horace Cattaneo, Esq., and after her death, 2ndly, 26 April 1802, Janet, daughter of Colonel Alexander Maclean, who is also dead. His issue were,

by 1st marriage:

1 Lady Albinia-Jane, 4. 2 May 1788, raised, with her brother and sisters,

to the rank and precedency of an Earl's daughter, 29 Sept. 1832, m. 18 March 1815, the Right Hon. Sir Augustus-John Foster, Bart., 4. Dec. 1780, d. 1 Aug. 1848.

2 Georqe-robert Hobart-hampdek, Fifth Earl, b. 1 May 1789, suc

ceeded his uncle, 4 Feb. 1816, d. 2 Feb. 1849, without issue by his marriage, 3 May 1819, with Anne Glover, now Countess Dowager, (daughter of Sir Arthur Pigot, Knt.,) who m. 2ndly, 14 Sept. 1854, David Wilson, Esq.

3 Charles, R.N., d. June 1813.

4 Augustus-edward, Present And Sixth Earl.

5 Lady Harriet, m. 4 Nov. 1820, Jasper-Scityon Hagcrman, Esq.of Denmark.

by '2nd marriage:

6 Lady Vere-Catherine-Louisa, m. 31 July 1832, Donald Cameron, Esq.,

of Lochiel, eldest son of the late Donald Cameron, Esq., by the Hon. Anne Abercromby,—see Abercrombv, 4. 25 Sept. 1796.

Creations Baron 1723. Earl 1746. Bart. 1011.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto.—Auctor pretiosa tacit: The Founder makes it valuable.

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[Issue of Robert, 4th Earl, Uncle of tbe present Peer, and eldest son of tbe 3rd Earl.] Lady Sarah-Albinia-Louisa, b. 22 Feb. 1703, Countess of Ripon.

[Widow and issue of the Earl's younger

Uncle.)

Charlotte-Selina, 2nd daughter of Richard Moore, Esq., n. 5 Oot. 1824, the Hon. and Very Rev. Henry-Lewis Hobart, Dean of Windsor, 4th son of the 3rd Earl, who was

Branches.

6. in 1771, and d. 8 May 184a, having had issue by her,

1 Louisa Charlotte, 6. 7 Feb. 1828. 2 Maria-Adelaide, b. 28 July 1833, tn. 10 May 1850, Robert-Needham Cust, Esq.— Are BaowNLOw. 3 Alblnla-Mary, 6.27 May 1833, it. 13 April 1832. 4 Robert-Henry,

b. 13 Sent. 1838. S George-Bertie-Ben

jamin, Lieut. R.A., 4. 3 Feb. 1838. t Sophia-Anne-Eleanor, 6. 9 Feb. 1S40.

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BURLINGTON, EARL OF. (cavendish.) William Cavendish, Earl of Burlington, and Baron Cavendish of Keighley, Co. York, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire, Chancellor of the London University, a Trustee of the Hunterian Museum, F.U.S.; b. 17 April 1808, succeeded his grandfather 9 May 1834, m. 6 Aug. 1829, Lady BlancheGeorgtana Howard, 4th daughter of George, 6th Earl of Carlisle, by whom, who was b. 11 Jan. 1812, and d. 17 April 1840, he has had issue:

1 William, Lord Cavendish, 4. 8 Dec. 1831, d. 15 May 1834. 2*Spencer-Compton, Lord Cavendish, M.P., Major 2nd Derbyshire Militia,

Chatsworth Rifles, and Capt. in the Duke of Lancaster's own Hussars,

4. 23 July 1833.

3 Lady Louisa, 6. 16 March 1835.

4 Hon. Frederick-Charles, 6. 30 Nov. 1836.

5 Hon. Edward, Ensign Chatsworth Rifles, 4. 28 Jan. 1838.

His Lordship's grandfather, George-augustus-henry, First Earl, was the 2nd son of William, 4th Duke of Devonshire, and uncle of the present Duke; he was 4.31 March 1754, and d. 9 May 1834 ; having w. 27 Feb. 1782, Lady Elizabeth Compton, daughter of Charles, 7th Earl of Northampton, 4. 25 June 1760, d. 7 April 1835; by whom he had issue,

1 William, 4. 10 Jan. 1783, m. 18 July 1807, Hon. Louisa O'Callaghan,

eldest daughter of Cornelius, 1st Lord Lismore, and d. 14 Jan. 1812, leaving the following issue, who were raised by Royal Letters Patent, 10 March 1837, to the rank and precedency of Earl's children:

1 WlLLIAM, PRESENT ANUSt.CONO Earl.

2 Lady Fanny,*. 11 April 1809, tit. 1 July 1837,Frederick-John Howard, Esq—See Carlisle.

3 Hon. George-Henry, M.P., Captain Chatsworth Rifles, 4. 19 Aug. 1810, m. 4 July 1833, Lady Louisa Lascelles, youngest daughter of the Earl of Harewood, 4. 10 Sept- 181*2; and has issue,

1 Henry George, Ensign 68th Light Infantry, 4. 14 May 1836. > Alice, 4. 18 June 1837. 3 James,4. 16 Not. 1838. 4 Arthur, 4. l-tDcc.1841. S W alter-Frederick, ft. 8 Not. 1844. 6 SusanHenrietta, 4. 2» July 1846.

4 Hon. Richard, ft. potittiun-ous, July 1812.

2 Oeorge-Henry-Complon, b. 14 Oct. 1784, rf. 22 Jan. 1809.

3 Elizabetk-Dorolhy, 4. 12 June, ./. 17 Sept., 1786.

4 Lady Anne, 4. 11 Nov. 1787, Lady Charles FiUroy.—See Grafton.

5 Hon. Licut.-Gcneral Henry-Frcderick-Compton, Col. of the 2nd Dragoon

Guards, 4. 5 Nov. 1789, m. 1st, 24 Oct. 1811, Snrah, daughter of William-Augustus Fawkener, Esq., who rf. in childbed, Nov. 1817; 2ndly, 16 June 1819, Frances-Susan, only daughter of the late WilliamHenry Lambton, Esq., and sister of John-George, 1st Earl of Durham, who d. 23 Nov. 1840. (She m. 1st, the Hon. Frederick Howard.—See Carlisle.) He has had issue:

by 1st marriage:

I Elisabeth-Georgiana-Harriet, 4. 11 Aug. 1812, m. 1st, 3 Feb. 1S37, William-Bernard Harcourt, Esq., of St. Leonard's, Berks, who d. 26 May 1846i and Xndly, 30 June 1832, Major-Gen. James R. Craufurd.

t Hon Sarah Mary, late Maid of Honour to the Queen. 6. iT Aug.
JslJ, Viscountess Emlyn.—See Cawdor.
s Rachel, d. 31 July 1816.

4 William-Henry-Frederick, Groom-in-Waiting to Her Majesty. Lieut.Col. of the Chataworth Rifles, 6. 31 (let. 1817, m. 19 Aug. 1843, Lady Emily Lambton, 5th daughter of John-George, 1st Earl of Durham, and haa iasue,

1 A daughter, still-born, 6 Aug. 1845. 2 Susan-Louisa, b. 10

May 1848. 3 A daughter, still-born, 2 May 1850. 4 Edith

Sarah-Elizabeth, o. 8 March 1852. 5 Henry-Fredcrick-Compton, b. 6 May 1854. 6 Charles-Cecil, b. 14 May 1855. 7 Alice

Beatrice, b. 16 Feb., d. 13 April, 1867.

by '2nd marriage:

5 Francis-William Henry, a Clerk in the Foreign Office, and Precis Writer to the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, b. « Feb. 1820, m." 24 April 1856, Lady Elinor-Sophia-Diana Fitz-Gibbon, 3rd daughter of the Earl of Clare, b. 13 March 1835, and has issue,

Reginald-Richard-Frederick, 6. 25 Feb. 1857.

6 Henry-Charles- Lambton, b. 7 May 1821, d. 6 Oct. 1830.

7 Rev. Charles-William, b. 24 Sept. 1822, m. 27 Oct. 1847, Felicia-Susan, eldest daughter of Earl Beauchamp, who was b. 27 June 1825, and d. 20 Oct. 1848, in childbed of their only issue,

A daughter, still-born 28 Oct. 1848.

8 George-Henry, 6. 0 Jan. 1824, m. 16 Oct. 1848, Emily-VictorineElizabetb, only daughter of the late Sir William Rumbold, Bart.; and has issue,

1 William-Hcnry-Alexander-George-Delmar, b. 3 Oct. 1640. 2 Emily-Frances-Ida, ». 18 March 1852.

0 Augustus-John, b. 13 Sept., (/. 2 Oct., 1825.

10 Hon. Caroline-Fanny, Maid of Honour to the Queen, b. 11 Not. 1826.

6 Elizabeth, b. 13 March 1792, d. 26 May 1794.

7 Hon. Charles-Compton, M.P., b. 28 Aug. 1793, m. 16 June 1814, Lady

Catherine-Susan Gordon, eldest daughter of George, 9th Marquis of
Huntly, ft. 22 Dec. 1792, and has issue:

1 William-George, Captain Chatsworth Rifles, b. 20 Oct. 1815, m. 24 July 1840, Henrietta-Frances, daughter of the late Right Hon. WilliamSaunders-Sebright Lascelles,—see Harrwood, and has issue,

1 Charles-Compton-William, b. 13 Dec. 1850. 2 Georgiana-Caroline, 6. 4 Feb. 1852. 3 Mary-Susan-Caroline, b. 10 March 1853.

4 A son, 0. 6 May 1855.

2 Susan Sophia, A. 1 March 1817, Lady Dacre.

3 Harriet-Elizabeth, 6.25 Nov. 1820, Viscountess Enfield.—See Strafford.

8 Mury-Louita, b. 6 March, d. 7 June, 1795.

9 Lady Caroline, A. 5 April 1797.

10 Frederick-Compton, b. 28 Oct. 1801, d. 27 Jan. 1802.

11 Chdrlotte, b. 29 April, d. 1 July, 1803. Creation 1831.

Genealogy. —See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.—Cavendo tutus: Secure in caution.
Town Residence.—10, Belgrare Square.

Seats—Comptvu Place, Eastbourne, Sussex; and Holkar Hall, Milnthorpe. Westmoreland.

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BUTE, MARQUIS OF. (stuart.) John-patrick Cbichton-stuart, Marquis of Bute, Co. Bute, Earl of Windsor, Co. Berks, Viscount Mountjoy in the Isle of Wight, Baron Mountstuart of Wortley, Co. York, and Baron Cardiff of Cardiff Castle, Co. Glamorgan, IT* the Peerage of Great Britain; also Earl of Dumfries and Bute, Viscount of Ayr and Kingarth, Baron Crichton, Lord Crichton of Sanquhar and Cumnock, and Lord Mountstuart, Cumbrae and Inchmarnock, in the Scotch Peerage, and a Baronet of Nova Scotia; Hereditary Keeper of Rothesay Castle; b. 12 Sept. 1847, succeeded 18 March 1848.

His Lordship's father, John, Second Marquis, was 4. 10 Aug. 1793, snccseded 16 Nor. 1814, and d. 18 March 1848; having m. 1st, 29 July 1818, Laay Ajicia North, eldest daughter and co-heir of George-Augustus, 3rd Earl of Guilford, 4. 26 Dec. 1*93, by whom, who d. 10 Sept. 1841, he had no issue. The Marquis m. 2ndly, 10 April 1845, Lady Soph Ia-fredkrica-Christina Hastings, now Marchioness Dowager, 2nd daughter of Francis, 1st Marquis of Hastings, 4. 1 Feb. 1809; by whom his Lordship had his only child,

John-patrick, The Present And Third Marquis.

His Lordship's grandfather, John, Lord Mountstuart, eldest son of John, 1st Marquis, was 4.25 Sept. 1767, and d. before his father, 20 Jan. 1794 ; having m. 12 Oct. 1792, Lady Elizabeth-Penelope Crichton, only daughter and heir of Patrick, 5th Earl of Dumfries, by whom, who d. 26 July 1797, he left issue: 1 John, Second Marqvis.

2*Lord Patrick-Jaraes-Herbert Cr;chton-stuart, Lord Lieutenant of the Co. of Bute, and M.P.; 4. posthumous 25 Aug. 1794, advanced to the precedence of a Marquis's son 28 May 1817, m. 13 July 1818, Hannah, only daughter of the late William Tigne, Esq., of Woodstock, Co. Kilkenny, and has issue:

I Elizabeth-Penelope, b. 10 May 1819, d. 17 Jan. 1821. 2 Mary-AnneFrancea, b. 28 Sept. 1820. 3 John- W tlllam, b. March 1822, d. 23 Feb.

1823. 4 Lieut.-Col. Jamea-Frederick-Dudley, Gren. Gda., M.P., b. 17 Feb.

1824. 5 Herbert, a Clerk in the Foreign Office, b. 5 Aug. 1827.

Creations.—Baron Mountstuart I7ffl, Baron Cardiff 1776, Vtaconnt, Earl, and Mar quia 1708, English honours: Baron Crichton of Sanquhar 1488, Viscount or Ayr 16-22, Earl of Dumfhea and Lord Crichton and Cumnock 1633, Earl of Bute, Viscount of Kingarth, Lord Mountstuart, Cumbrae and Inchmamock 1703, in the Peerage of Scotland. Bart. 1627.

Genealogy.—See Genealogical Volume.

Motto—Avito viret honore: He flourishes in an honourable ancestry.
Town Retidenee

Sent*— Mount-Stuart, Isle of Bute; Cardiff-Castle, Glamorganshire; and Dumfries Honse, Ayrshire.

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[Great-Uncles and Aunts of the present Peer, issue of John, 1st Marquis.]

1 Lady Maria-Alicia-Charlotte, b. 28 Oct. 1764, d. 17 Dec. isil; having m. Cbarlea Pinfold, Esq.

2 Lord Herbert. Windsor, b. 6 May 17/0, d. unm. 20 Jan. 1825.

3 Lad) ( harlotte, b. 16 July 1771, d. 5 Sept. 1647; having m. 13 June 1707, Sir William' Jackton lioman, Bart., who wa* b. in 1771, and d. March 1852.

4 Lord Evelyn-James, b. 7 May 17/3, d. 16 Aug. IS42.

5 Hon. Elizabeth, b. 12, d. 13, July 1774.

6 Lord Charles, b. 18 July 1775, lost in the Leda Frigate, near Madeira, in 1796.

7 Lord Henry, b. 7 June 1777, d. 12 Aug. 1809; having m. I July IS02, Lady GertrudeAmelia Villiers, only child of George, last Earl of Grandison, by whom, who d. 30 Aug. IB09, be has left the following issue, who bear the names of ViLLisaa-STUART:

1 Henry, h. 8 Jane 1803, Baron

Sti Akt DK Dbcibs.

2 William, M.F., Major of the Waterford Militia Artillery, b. 21 Aug 1804. m. 1 June 1833, Catherine,only daughter of Michael Cox, Esq.. by the Hon. Mary Prittie,—«« DuNALLir, and has had issue,

1 Henry - John - Richard, Lieut. 68th Foot, b. 3 March 183;.

2 Gertrude-Mary, b. 23 Aug. 1838, d. 8 Jan. 1831.

3 Dudley, b. 3 April 1840.

4 Geraldine, b. 1 March 1846.

5 Evelyn, b. 23 Oct. 1848.

3 Charles, ». II Sept IH08, m. Nor. 1830, Elizabeth, eldeat daughter of the late Rear-Admiral John-Kouett Smollett, of Bonhill and Auchindonan, N.B., by Elizabeth Boyle.—See Glasoow.

8 Lord William, Captain, H..V., b. 18 Nov. 1778, d. is July 1814; having as. June 1806, the Hon. Georgiana Maude, 4th daughter of Comwailis, lat Viscount Hawarden, who d. 31 Aug. iv 7.

9 Rear-Admiral Lord George, C.B., b. 4

Vranctire.

March 1780, d. 19 Feb. 1841; having m. 7
Oct. 1800, Jane, daughter of the late Major-
General James Stewart, and had issue:

1 Elizabeth-Jane, b. 18 July 1803, Marchioness Townshend.

2 Emily.Frances, 4. 7 Feb. 1806, m. 9 Jan. 1S34, the Hon. Charles Ab/mtt, who d. 15 Dec. 1838.—See Tentbbden.

3 Henry, b. 2 Jan. 1808, as. 9 Nov. 1840, Cecilia, 4th daughter of Charles Hammersley, Esq.. and has issue.

— 10 Lady Frances, 6. 6 June 1801, Countess of Harrowhy.

11 Lord Dudley-Coultt, b. 4 Jan. 1803, d. 17 Nov. 1854; having m. 1821, Christine-Alexandrine-Sgypta, daughter of Luci n Bonaparte, Prince ol Canino, by whom, who af. 14 May I847, he had an only son,

Paul-Amadeus-Francls-Cuutts.

[ISSUe Of Hon. JameS.STfJABT-WOBTLSY.MAC-
KKNZIK, 2nd son of John, 3rd Earl.]

1 Mary.b. 23 Aug. 1769, if. 9 March 1832) having m. 1 June 1813, the High! Hon. William Uundas, who d. 14 Nov. 1846.

2 James-Archibald, b. 4 Oct. 1776, d. 19 Dec. 1845, late Barou Wharnclippb.

3 Ltntisa-Harcourt, b. 4 Oct. 1781, d. 30 Jan. 1849, Countess of Beverley.

[Issue of the Hon. Sir Charles Stuart, K.B.,
4th son of John, 3rd Earl.]
1 Charles G.C.B., b. 2 Jan. 1779, created
in 1828, Baron Stuart Db Rothesay; waa
many years Ambassador at Paris and other
Courts; he d. 6 Nov. 1845, when his title became
Bxtinct. His Lordship m, 6 Feb. 1816, Lady
Elizabeth-Margaret Yorke, 3rd daughter of
Philip, 3rd Earl of Hardwicke, now Dowager
Lady Stuart de Rothesay, b. 7 Jan. 1789, by
whom he left issue:

I Hon. Charlotte, b, 1817,Viscountess
Canning.

3 Hon. Louisa, 4.1818, Marchioness of Waterford.

3 Captain John, R.N., b. 29 Aug. 1782, d. IB March 1811; having m. 26 Seiit. 1807, Atbinia, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. John Sullivan, of Ritchinga Park, Berks, by Lady Hen

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