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and Viscounty, with remainder to his daughters and their heirs male; he was 6. 4 Nov. 1749, m. 3 July 1774, the Hon. Letitia Morres, daughter of Hervey, 1st Viscount Mountmorres, and widow of the Hon. Arthur Trevor, eldest son of the first Viscount Dungannon, who was 6. 6 Jan. 1749, and d. 7 Dec. 1801. The Marquis d. 28 July 1791, leaving issue two daughters :

1 ANNB-CATHERINE, who succeeded her father; 6.11 Feb. 1778, d. 30

June 1834, having m. lst, 25 April 1799, Sir Henry-Vane Tempesi,
Bart., who d. 1 Aug. 1813; and 2ndly, 24 May 1817, Edmund Phelps,
Esq., who assumed the name of ar Donnell, and d. 20 May 1852.
By her first marriage her Ladyship had issue an only daughter,

Lady Frances-Anne-Emily, b. 17 Jan. 1800, Dowager Marchioness of

Londonderry.
2 CHARLOTTE, THE LATE COUNTRSS.
Creation.-1785.
Genealogy.-See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.-Toujours pret: Always ready.
Seat.-Glenarm Castle, Co. Antrim.

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ARBUTHNOTT, VISCOUNT. (ARBUTANOTT.) John ARBUTINOTT, Viscount Arbuthnott, and Baron of Inverbervie, in the Peeruge of Scotland, b. 16 Jan. 1778, succeeded 27 Feb. 1800, m. 25 June 1805, Margaret, eldest daughter of Walter Ogilvy, Esq., and sister of David Earl of Airlie, by whom he has issue:

l'Hon. John, Master of Arbuthnott, 6. 4 June 1806, m. 5 June 1837, Lady

Jean-Graham-Drummond Ogilvy, eldest daughter of David, ninth Earl of Airlie, b. 27 Feb. 1818, and has issue,

i Clementina, b. 29 March 1838. 2*John, 6. 20 July 1843. 3 David

b. 29 Jan. 1845. 4 A son, b. 4 Oct. 1849. 2 Hon. Jean-Ogilvy, 6. 9 Aug. 1807, m. 29 July 1830, James Cheape, E89.,

Commander R.N., who d. Dec. 1841. 3 Hon. Walter, b. 21 Nov. 1808, m. 16 May 1835, Anna-Maria, youngest

daughter of Brook-Taylor Ottley, Esq., of Delaford, Co. Dublin, by whom he has issue,

I John-Robert, b. 28 Aug. 1838. 2 Margaret-Isabella-Maria, d. 4 Jan. 1845. 3 Theresu- Alice-Jane, d. Oct. 1851. 4 Blanche, b. in 1847,

d. July 1851. 5 Anna-Maria, 6. Feb. 1846. 6 A daughter, 5. Aug. 1949. 4 Hon. Margaret, b. 6 Feb. 1810, d. 4 March 1845, having m. 5 Aug. 1837,

William-James Lumsden, Esq., of Balmedie, N.B., late of the Hon.

E.I.C.'s Civil Service, Bombay. 5 Hon. Isabella-Mary, b. 5 June 1811, d. 13 July 1828. 6 Hon. Hugh, Capt. 3rd Madras Lt. Cavalry, b. 14 Aug. 1812, m. 2 Jan.

1854, Susan, daughter of the late John Campbell, Esq. 7 Hon. Anne-Charlotte, b. 17 Nov. 1813, m. 22 July 1847, Alexander

Cheape, Esq. 8 Hon. Helen, 6. 10 April 1815, d. 23 April 1840, having me. 27 April

1839, Frederick-Lewis Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, Esq., of Wedderburn, Co. Forfar, Hereditary Royal Standard-Bearer of Scotland, only son of the late Henry Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, Esq., hy Mary-Turner Maitland,--See LAUDERDALE, Coll. Branch, 6.4 March 1808. (He m. 2ndly, 31 Aug. 1852, Selina Mary, 2nd daughter of the late Capt. Thomas Garth, R.N., of Haines Hill, by Charlotte Maitland, - Sec

LAUDERDALE, Coll. Branch.) 9 Hon. Lewisa-Charlotte, b. 19 April 1817, d. 21 Sept. 1831. 10 Hon. Clementina-Maria, b. 18 Aug. 1818, m. 2 Nov. 1854, William-Rose

Campbell, Esq., of Ballochyle, Argyleshire, 28th Madras Native Infantry. 11 Hon. David, Hon. E. I. C.'s Civil Service, b. 13 April 1820, m, 8 Sept.

1847, Eliza, 2nd daughter of Thomas-Forbes Reynolds, Esq., M.D., of Wallinton, Surrey, and has had issue,

1 A daughter, still-born, April 1848. 2 A daughter, b. 5 March 1850. 12 Hon. William, Capt. Forfar and Kincardine Militia Artillery, 6. 18 Oct.

1821. 13 Hon. Charles-James-Donald, Hon. E.I.C.'s Military Service, Bengal, 6. 21

March 1823.
His Lordship's father, John, seventh Viscount, d. 27 Feb. 1800, having m. 27
Dec. 1775, Isabella, 2nd daughter of William Graham, Esq., of Morphie, Co. Kin-
cardine, by whom, who d. 4 March 1818, he had issue,

1 JOHN, PRESENT AND EIGHTH VISCOUNT.
2 Hon. General Hugh, Colonel 38th foot, C.B. and M.P.
3 Hon. Robert, d. 10 March 1801.
4 Hon. Francis, d. 19 Oct. 1809.
5 Hon. Duncan, d. 3 April 1811.
6 Hon. Major-General William, Royal Artillery.
7 Hon. James, d. 30 June 1817.
8 Hon. Marriott, deceased.
9 Hon. Alexander.
10 Hon. Jean, d. 2 Sept. 1841.
11 Hon. Catherine, d. 16 Dec. 1853; having m. 19 April 1805, the Rev. David

Lyell, of Carriston.
Creation.-1641.
Genealogy.-See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.- Lans Deo: Praise be to God.
Seat.-Arbuthnott House, Kincardineshire,

Collateral Branch. (Issue of Colonel Robert Arbuthnott, Grand Privy Chamber to her Majesty, Major.-Gen,

son of the Hon. Alexander, and son of the in the service of the Queen of Spain, and Knt. Ist Viscount.)

of the Spanish Orders of Charles III. and St. I Josetta, m. ist, Philip Hughes, Esq., Hon. Ferdinand. He m. 1827, Catherine-Maria, 3rd B.I.C.'s service : and 2ndly, 21 June 1834, dau, of the Rev. Charles Eustace, and has Lieat.-Gen. Sir De Lacy Evans, G.C.B. and issue, M.P., Col. of the 21st Fusiliers.

Josette-Eliza Jane, m. 15 April 1850, 2 REAR - ADMIRAL ALEXANDER - DUNDAS

Frederick Wollaston, Esq., of Shenton Young ARBUTHNOrt, a Gentleinan of the

Hall, Leicestershire.

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ARGYLL, DUKE OF. (CAMPBELL.) George-Douglas Campbell, Duke and Earl of Argyll, Marquis of Lorne and Kintyre, Earl of Campbell and Cowal, Viscount of Lochow and Glenilla, Baron Campbell, and Baron of Lorne, Inve. rarv, Mull, Morven, and Tiry, in the Peerage of Scotland; also Baron Sundridge and Hamilton in that of Great Britain ; K.T., P.C., Postmaster-General, and an official Trustee of the British Museum, Heritable Master of the Queen's Household in Scotland, Keeper of Dunstaffnage and Carrick Castles, and Chancellor of the University of St. Andrews; b. 30 April 1823, succeeded 26 April 1847, m. 31 July 1844, Lady Elizabeth-Georgiana Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, eldest daughter of the Duke of Sutherland, b. 30 May 1824, and has issue:

1.John-Douglas-Sutherland, Marquis of Lorne, 6. 6 Aug. 1845.
2 Lord Archibald, 6. 18 Dec, 1846.
3 Lord Walter, 6.30 July 1848.
4 Lady Edith, 6. 7 Nov. 1849.
5 Lord George, b. 25 Dec. 1850.
6 Lady Elizabeth, 6. 14 Feb. 1852.
7 Lord Colin, 6. 8 March 1853.
8 Lady Victoria, 6. 22 May 1854.

9 Lady Evelyn, 6. 17 Aug. 1855. His Grace's father, John-DOUGLAS-EDWARD-HENRY, SEVENTH Duke, was 6. 24 Dec. 1777, succeeded 22 Oct. 1839, and d. 26 April 1847; having m. lst, 3 Aug. 1802, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Campbell, Esq., of Fairfield, Ayrshire, who d. 8 Dec. 1818; 2ndly, 17 April 1820, Joan, only daughter and heir of John Glassel, Esq., of Long Niddry, East Lothian, who d. 22 Jan. 1828 ; and 3rdly, 10 Jan. 1831, Anne-COLHOUN, eldest daughter of the late John Cuninghame, Esq., of Craigends, now DUCHESS DOWAGER, 6. 3 April 1801. By his second marriage bis Grace had issue:

1 John-Henry, b. 11 Jan. 1821, d. May 1837.
2 GEORGE-DOUGLAS, PRESENT AND EIGHTH Duke.
3 Lady Emma-Augusta, 6. 12 March 1825.

4 Elizabeth, 6. 8 Jan., d. 19 Feb. 1828. Creations.-Baron Campbell 1445, Earl of Argyll 1457, Baron of Lorne 1470, Duke of Argyll, Marquis of Lorne and Kintyre, Earl of Campbell and Cowal, Viscount of Lochow and Glenilla, and Baron of Inverary, Mull, Morven, and Tiry, 1701: all Scotch honours. Baron of Sundridge 1786, and Baron Hamilton, 1776, in the Peerage of Great Britain.

Genealogy.See Genealogical Volume.
Motto,-Ne obliviscaris : Do not forget.
Town Residence.--Argyll Lodge, Campden Hill, Kensington.
Seats.-Inverary, Argyllshire; Roseneath, Dumbartonshire; and Lime Craigs, Campbell-
toun, Kintyre.

Collateral Branches. (Uncles and Aunts of the present Duke, wards 1st Marquis of Anglesey, was disissue of John, 5th Duke.]

solved, at her Ladyship's suit, by the Scotch 1 Lady Augusta, b. 31 March 1760, d. 22 Courts in 1810.) Her Grace d. 16 June 1835. June 1831, having m. Colonel Henry-Mor 4 Lady Charlotte-Susan-Maria, b. 28 Jan. daunt Clavering, son of Lieut.-Gen. Sir John 1775, m. lst, 14 June 1796, Col. John Campbell, Clavering, K.B., by Lady Diana West, of Shawfield, who d. 15 March 1809; and daughter of John, Ist Earl of Delawarr.

2ndly, 17 March 1818, the Rev. Edward-John 2 George-John, Earl of Campbell, b. 17 Bury, who d. May 1832. Feb. 1763, d. 9 July 1764.

3 GBORGB - WILLIAM, SIXTH DUXB, b. | [Issue of Lord William Campbell, Great 22 Sept. 1768, succeeded 24 May 1806, and

Uncle of the present Duke.] d, without issue 22 Oct. 1839; having m. I William. 29 Nov, 1810, Lady Caroline - Elizabeth 2 Louisa, b. 1 Oct. 1774, d. 7 May 1852; Villiers, 3rd daughter of George, 4th Earl having m. 14 June 1799, the Rt. Hon. Sir of Jersey, b. 16 Dec. 1774; (whose marriage Alexander Johnstone, of Carnsalloch, Dumwith Henry-William, Lord Paget, after. | fries, b. 25 April 1775, d. 6 March 1849.

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ARRAN, EARL OF. (Gore.) Philip-YORKE GORE, Earl of Arran, Co. Galway, Viscount Sud. ley, of Castle Gore, Co. Mayo, and Baron Saunders of Deeps, Co. Wexford, in the Peerage of Ireland ; and an Irish Baronet, K.P., b. 23 Nov. 1801, succeeded on the death of his uncle, Arthur-Saunders, 3rd Earl, 20 Jan. 1837, m. 1 March 1838, Elizabeth-Marianne,

daughter of Lieut.-Gen. Sir William-Francis-Patrick Napier, K.C.B., -see Napier, by whom he has issue :

1*Arthur-Saunders-William-Charles-Fox, Viscount Sudley, 6.6 Jan. 1839.
2 Hon. Augustus-Frederick-Napier, b. 7 Dec. 1840, d. 19 Jan. 1849.
3 Lady Caroline-Annesley, b. 13 Oct. 1848.

4 Lady Elizabeth-Augusta, b. 2 Dec. 1855. His Lordship's father, the Hon. Col. William-John Gore, 2nd son of Arthur Saunders, second Earl, was b. 16 Nov. 1767, and d. 15 Jan. 1836; having m. 30 May 1798, Caroline, youngest daughter of the late Sir Thomas-Pym Hales, Bart., who d. 8 June 1853; by her he had the following issue, the survivors having, in Feb. 1837, been raised by Royal Patent to the rank and precedency of Earl's children :

1 Arthur-Saunders-Charles, b. 19 March 1799, d. 22 Aug. 1800.
2 Caroline, b. 10, d. 11 Sept. 1800.
3 PHILIP-YORKE, PRESENT AND FOURTH EARL.
4 Lady Mary-Catherine, m. 3 Sept. 1828, George-Hayward Lindsay, Esq.-

See CRAWFORD.
5 Hon. William-John-Pym, b. 28 Oct. 1804.
6 Caroline-Charlotte, b. ii April 1806, d. 21 Dec. 1818.
7 Lady Elizabeth-Anne.
8 Hon. and Rev. Annesley-Henry, Rector of Withcall, Lincolnshire, b.

1 Dec. 1808. 9 Hon. Captain Robert, R.N., b. 5 May 1810, d. at Monte Video, 4 Aug.

1854. 10 Hon. Charles-Alexander, a Commissioner of Woods and Forests, b. 10

Oct. 1811, m. 2 April 1845, Lady Augusta-Lavinia-Priscilla, Countess of Kerry,—see LANSDOWNE, 2nd daughter of John-William, 4th Earl of Bessborough, b. 11 May 1814, and has issue,

i Francis-Charles, b. 19 May 1816. 2 Emily-Caroline-Augusta, b. 27 May 1847. 3 Spencer-William, b. 10 March 1850. 4 Charles, b. 22 Jan. 1853.

5 A daughter, b. 17 Oct. 1857.
11 Frances, 6. 2 Dec. 1812, d. in a few days.

12 Lady Emily-Jane.
Creations.- Viscount and Baron 1728, and Earl 1762. Baronet 1662,
Genealogy.-See Genealogical Volume.
Motto.In hoc signo vinces : Under this sign thou shalt conquer.
Toron Residence. The Pavilion, Hans Place, Sloane Street.
Seats.-Castle Gore, Co. Mayo, and Saunders Court, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.

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Collateral Branches. (Uncles and Aunts of the present Peer, issue John Waldron, Esq., of Balla Lodge, of Arthur-Saunders, 2nd Earl.)

Mayo, = 1 ARTHUR SAUNDERS, THIRD EARL, b. 29

4 Rev. John-Ribton, m. 1844, FrancesJuly 1761, succeeded 8 Oct, 1809, d. 20 Jan.

Brabazon, daughter of J. D. Ellard, 1837, without issue, having m. 29 Dec. 1787,

Esq., of Renmore, Co. Galway, and has Mary, eldest daughter and co-heir of the late

issue, Sir John Tyrrell, Bart., who d. 21 Aug. 1832.

A son, b. Dec. 1848. 2 Lady Anne-Jane, b. April 1763, d. 8 May

5 Robert, m. 16 Aug. 1852, Elizabeth, 1827, having m, Ist, in Oct. 1783, Henry Hat

daughter of Major H.-Gore Edwards, of ton, Esq., of Clonard, Co. Wexford, who d.

Raveagh, and has issue, Nov. 1793; and 2ndly, 3 April 1800, John

A son, b. Feb. 1855. James, Ist Marquis of Abercorn.

6 Nannie, m. 6 Oct. 1857, Arthur3 Lady Elizabeth-Araminta, b. April 1764,

Frederick Lloyd, Esq. d. 27 June 1845 ; having m. 6 Aug. 1783, Henry 7 Lady Mary-Louisa, b. June 1775, d. April Monck, Esq., (son of George- Paul Monck, Esq., 1827; having m. 19 Jan. 1800, James Knox. of Fowre, Co. Westmeath, by Lady Araminta Gore, Esq., of Broadlands Park, Co. Mayo, Beresford, sister of the Ist Marquis of Water. who was b. 25 March 1774, and d. 28 Feb. ford,, who d. 28 Dec. 1815.

1819. 4 Lady Catherine-Charlotte, b. Sept. 1766, 8 Lady Eleanor, b. Sept. 1776, d. 25 March d. 23 Feb. 1852, late Lady Carbery.

1812; having m, 25 May 1801, the Hon. Pre5 Lady Jane, b. Nov. 1770, d. 21 July 1831 ; derick Cavendish, -see WATERPARK, who d. 10 having m. 6 July 1793, Dudley Loflus, Esg., March 1856. — of Killyon, Co. Westmeath, who d. 29 Jan. 9 Hon, Saunders, b. Aug. 1783, d. 1813. 1808.

jo Lady Christiana, b. Nov. 1784, d. Sept. 6 Hon. and Very Rev. George, Dean of 1808. Killala, b. Feb. 1774, d. 27 Aug. 1844; having 11 Hon. John, b. Feb. 1787, d. 1814. m. Ist, Miss Burrowes, who d. 16 Sept. 1819; 12 Lady Cecilia-Letitia, DUCAESS OF INVER2ndly, 2 Feb. 1820, Sophia, daughter of the NBSS. late Sir George Ribton, Bart. ; and 3rdly, July 13 Lady Caroline, d, Sept. 1808. 1823, Maria, widow of Thomas Bunbury Isaac, 14 Hon. Lieut.-General Charles, C.B. and Esq., of Hollywood House, Devon, who was b. K.H.. Colonel of the glst Foot, b. 26 Dec. in 1775, and d. 22 Feb. 1856. The Dean had 1793, m. Miss Fraser, and has issue, issue,

I James-Arthur, Capt. 71st Foot, 1 Sophia, m. 13 Dec 1822,James Exam

m. 19 July 1854, Catherine-Louisa, 3rd Purefoy Turbett, Esq.

daughter of Colonel John Bazalgette, 2 Frances, m. 12 Dec. 1834, John

and has issue: Sankey, Esq.

Arthur-Charles Fraser, 0. 10 3 Louisa, m. May 1839, William.

July 1857.

2 Eliza-Amelia, b. 24 Feb. 1829, Coun. I tess of Erroll.

3 &c, other issue. 15 Lady Isabella, d. 30 Nov. 1838, having m. 2 March 1816, the Hon. and Rev. Charles Douglas,- see MORTON, who d. 28 Jan. 1857.

16 Frederick, d. young.

17 Hon. Edward, Capt. R.N., b. 1797, m. 28 Oct. 1822, Mary-Anne, daughter of Dou. glas, Esq. and has issue:

i Cecilia Elizabeth, b. 28 Sept. 1823, m, 23 Nov, 1848, Adolphus Meetkerke, Esq., of Julians, Herts, 2 MaryAnne, b. 4 March 1825. 3 Augustug.

Frederick, 6. 1 Feb. 1826. 18 Lady Julia, m. 23 Dec. 1821, Robert. Manners Lockwood, Esq., eldest son of Tho. mas Lockwood, Esq., of Dun-y-Greig, Glamorganshire, by Charlotte, daughter of the late Lord George Manners Sutton, and cousin to the Duke of Rutland.

[lssue of the Hon. Richard Gore, and son or

Arthur. 1st Earl, and great-uncle of the present Peer.]

Maj.-Geu. Arthur Gore.
[Issue of the Hon, Paul Gore, 3rd son of the

Ist Earl, and great-uncle of the present
Peer)

1 Arthur, b. 1763, d. 16 Sept. 1825. He m. Ist, Anne, daughter of J. Mayne, Esq., and after her death, 2ndly, 24 Oct. 1822, MarthaSophia, daughter of Edward Butler, Esq., by whom he left issue,

Annesley. Paul, Capt, 33rd Foot.

2 Frederick-William, Capt. 3rd Foot. 2 Elizabeth-Charlotte, b. 1764, d. 29 Dec, 1821, the widow of Charles Sheil, Esq.

3 Jane, d. 15 Feb. 1812, having m. 31 Oct. 1794, Arthur-Henry Daly, Esq.

4 Ralph, Com. R.N., m. 1807, Fanny. daughter of Alexander Hay, Esq., and by her, who d, March 1841, has issue,

i William John. 2 Ralph.

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ARUNDELL, BARON. (Arundell.) HENRY-BENEDICT ARUNDELL, Baron Arundell of Wardour, in the Peerage of England, and Coheir of the Barony of Fitzpayne; a Count of the Holy Roman Empire, succeeded his brother 21 June 1834, m. lst, 8 Aug. 1826, Lucy, daughter and heir of the late HugoPhilip Smythe, Esq., of Acton-Burnel, Salop, who d. Marcb 1827 ; 2ndly, 22 Sept. 1829, Frunces-Catherine, 2nd daughter of the late Sir Henry Tichborne, Bart., 'b. 18 March 1809, d. 19 April 1836 ; and 3rdly, 19 June 1838, the Hon. Theresa Stourton, 5th daughter of William, seventeenth Lord Stourton. By the 2nd marriage his Lordship has issue :

1*Hon. John-Francis, 6.28 Dec. 1831.
2 Hon. Everard-Aloysius-Gonzaga, 6. 6 Sept. 1834.

by 3rd marriage:
3 Hon. Thomas, b. 27 May 1839, d. 12 April 1840.
4 Hon. Theresa-Mary, b. 5 Oct. 1840.
5 Hon. Edward-Ignatius, 6.20 Dec. 1842.
6 Hon. Cecily-Mary, b.10 June 1845.

7 Hon. Gertrude-Mary, b. 27 April 1848. His Lordship's father, JAMES-EVERARD, NINTH LORD ARUNDELL, was the eldest son of the Hon. James-Everard, 3rd son of the sixth Lord; he was 6.4 March 1763, and d. 14 July 1817; having m. lst, 3 Feb. 1785, his cousin, the Hon. Mary-Christiana, eldest daughter of Henry, 8th Lord Arundell, who d. 14 Feb. 1805; and 2ndly, 18 Sept. 1806, Mary, 3rd daughter of Robert-Burnet Jones, Esq., 6. 1781, d. 18 Nov. 1853. His Lordship's issue were,

by the Ist marriage: 1 JAMES-EVERARD, TENTH LORD, 6. 3 Nov. 1785, succeeded 14 July

1817, and d. 21 June 1834, having m. 26 Feb. 1811, Lady Mary-
Anne Grenville-Nugent-Temple, only daughter of George, Ist Marquis

of Buckingham, 6. 8 July 1787, d. 3 June 1845.
2 HENRY-BENEDICT, PRESENT AND ELEVENTH LORD.
3 Hon. Anna-Maria, d. 14 March 1829.
4 Hon. Wyndham, b. 1788, d. 26 Sept. 1809.

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