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ed to
represent that important constituency up to the time of his
death. He m. Eliza, dau. of Rev. John Pryce, of Dolforwya
Hall, CO. Montgomery, and by her (who d. 1873) had issue,

I. George Frederick, now of Umberslade.

II. William Henry, m. Alice Parker, and d. s. p..

III. John Devereux, m. Julia Shaw, and had issue, John,
Devereux, and Julia.

IV. Augustus Edward, d. s. p.

V. Charles Adolphus, m. and settled in New Zealand.

vr. Eugene Gustavus, m. his cousin, Emma Louisa, dan. of
Philip Henry Muntz, Esq., and by her has issue,

1 Herbert Adolph, 6. 26 April, 1859, Helen Mary Foot, and
has had issue, Guy (deceased)^ and Herbert Gerard, b. 4-
Oct. 1884.

2 Rupert Gustavus, b. 28 March, 1863 ; m. 1890, Mary
Charlotte Lightboume, and has issue.

3 George Harold, 6. 24 Sept. 1867.

1 Mina Ida, m. Charles Baillie Lyell, Esq.

2 Eugenie. 3 Laura.

VII. Philip Albert, of Dunsmore, co. Warwick, J. P., M.P. for
North Warwickshire since 1884,6.5 Jan. 1839; m. 1859,
Rosalie, dau. of PhUip Henry Muntz, Esq.,M.P., of Edstone-
Hall, CO. Warwick, and has issue.

1 Gerard Albert, b. 27 Nov. 1864, m. 28 June, 1893, Katie,
eldest dau. of James Prinsep, Esq., late Bengal Civil
Service.

2 Duncan Albert, Barrister at-Law, M.A., Oxon, b. 2S
Aug. 1867.

3 Cecil Albert, 6. 2 March, 1870.

4 Norman Albert, b. 8 Aug. 1876.

1 Ethel Frances, b. 6 May, 1860; d. 21 April, 1872.

2 Vera Gertrude, 6. 12 Dec. 1861 ; d. 10 Jan. 1890.

3 Nora Violet, b. 20 March, 18C3; d. July, 1865.

4 Mildred Rosalie, b. 20 May, 1872.

I. Frances Eliza, m. James Sheppard, Esq., and has issue.

II. Clara Sophia (twin with her brother, Charles Adolphus),
d. unm.

Mr. G. F. Muntz d. 31 July, 1857.

Seat — Umberslade Hall, Hockley Heath, co. Warwick.



MUE.CH OP CRANWELLS,

MuECH, Jeeoit, Esq. of Cranwells, co. Somerset,
J.P. and D.L., seven times Mayor of Bath, b. 29'
Oct. 1807 ; m. 1 June, 1830, Anne, dau. of Meadows
Taylor, Esq. of Diss, co. Norfolk, and had issue,

I. Charles Jerom, deceased.

II. Arthur, m. 1875, Edith Edenborough, and by her (wlia
in. 2ndly, Ridley Cobet, Esq.) had issue, Denis Jerou,
a Cadet at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich.

Mr. Jerom Murcli is tlie son of the late Williann
Murch, Esq. of Honiton, Devon, of an old Huguenot
family, who m. Ann, dau. of E. Bui-nard, Esq. of
Colyt-on, in the same co.
Heat — Cranwells, Bath.



BURN-MURDOCH OF GARTINCABER.

BuEN-MuEDOCH, JoHN, Esq. of Gartincaber, co.
Perth, J.P. CO. Perth and Edinburgh, Advocate at
Scotch Bar, b. 19 June, 1821 ; m. 28 Aug. 1851,
Dorothea Harriet, dau. of Capt. Thomas Monck-
Mason, R.N., by Mary his wife, dau. of Hon. Sir
George Grey, K.C.B., Bart, and granddau. of
Charles, 1st Earl Grey, K.B., and has had issue,

I. John George Grey, 6. 15 Feb. 1853.

n. Thomas Monck, 6. 19 Nov. 1854; in. 14 Nov. 18S0, his
cousin, Regiaulde de Maule, dau. of Capt. Urmston, R.N.,
and has issue, Ian, b. 1 Nov. 1885; Colin Thomas; Marioa
Grey; Lorna; and Dorothea.

III. John Alexander, 6. 7 June, 1856; d.unm. 16 Sept. 1879.

IV. Alfred. v. Catcsby.

I. Mary Grey, to. Francis G. Kirby, Commander R.N.

II. Hannah. iii. Marion, d. 27 May, 1864,

IV. Ruth Dorothea, d. 17 June, 1882.

V. Anne Maule. vi. Alice.

Lineage. — William Burn, Esq. of Coldoch, co. Perth,
son of William Burn, Esq. of Twiggs and Chalmerston, co.
Stirling, ■la. Elizabeth M'Gibbon, and had a son,

John Burn, Esq. of Coldoch, m. Marion, dau. of John



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MUR



Higgins, Esq. ©{ Uiggins Neuck, co. Stirling (by Janet Cal-
ander liis wife, dau. of Callander, of Westerton), and had
issue,

I. William Bum Callander, Esq. of Westerton, co. Stirling,
and Preston Hall, co. Midlotliian, vi. Jacquetta, 4th dau.
of — Hull, K.-iq. of Marlpool Hall, Devon, and had issue,
three sons and a dau. The elder son, John .\le.'cander Burn
Callander, Esq., »i. 1S60, Mary Frederica Dundas, dau. of
the Hon. Henry Amelius Coventry, and d. 1865, leaving,
with other issue, a son, Henry, now of Preston Hall, J. P.,
6. 186-J.

II. John, of whom presently.

III. Edward Burn, Meruhant in London, m. Amelia Todd,
and has issue, five sons and three daus.

IV. Alexander Burn, d. unm.

1. Janet, c^ unm. ii. Elizabeth, d. iinin.

The 2nd son,

JoH.N BiRN-McRDOCH, Esq. of Gartincaber, co. Perth, Hig-
trins Neuck, and Easter Greenyards, co. Stirling, J. P. and
C.L., 6. 28 Aug. 1793; vi. 18 April, 1820, Anne Maule, only
child and heir of William Murdoch, Esq. of Gartincaber, and
on his marriage assumed the additional surname of Murdoch,
and d. 2i Aug. 1862, having had issue by her (who d. 21 Dec.
1871),

I. John, now of Gartincaber.

It. William Murdoch, M.D., b. Nov. 1822; m. Jessie Cecilia,
dau. of W. Mack, Esq., and d. April, 1878, leaving, with
other issue, John, Capt. K.E.

HI. John Alexander Higgins (Rev.), 6. 17 April, 1824; vi.
Oct. 1857, Elizabeth Susan, eldest dau. of Robert Clerk Rat-
tray, Esq. of Craighall, co Perth, and </. 9 May, 1883, leav-
ing, with other issue, 1 aul Robert, of Neuck, Capt. R.E.

IV. Jamxs M'Gibbon (Rev.) (see Bcbn-Mdbdocu of Green-
yards and I^'eic lodge).

■V. Archibald James, deceased.

VI. Archibald Murdoch, 6. 10 Dec. 1836; vi. 1874, Mary, only
dau. of \V. BurnCallander, Esq. of Preston Hall.

a. Sarah Beatrice Campbell, d. unm. 1866.

II. Marion Higgins. ra. Isr, Jan. 1856, William Brabazon
Urmston, Comm. R.N., and has issue.

III. Margaret Higgins, m. 1858, John Berry, Esq. of Tayfleld,
CO. Fife, and has issue.

J^amilg of Ipurbotlj.

Archibald Murdoch, of Brae of Cessintully (cadet of the
family of SIubdoch o/ Cumlodden), m. 1699, Anne Moir, and
liad a son,

Archibald Murdoch, of Gartincaber, j-i. Anne, only child
of James Maule, a descendant of the noble family of Panmure,
Who engaged in the rising of 1715, and fought at Sheriffmuir:
he was author of Iravels on the Continent and a Genealogy
of the ilaules. He had

I. Archibald, drowned in 1774 near Mull.

II. James, d. s. p. ni. William, his heir.
I. Jean, d. umn. II. Margaret, d. 1791.

III. Anne, m. Macnab of Bovain.
The 3rd son,

WiLLL^M Murdoch, of Gartincaber, -m. 1801, Sarah, dau. of
James Murdoch, Esq., by Beatrice his wife, dau. of Patrick
Campbell, of Dunderave, Argyllshire, and had an only child,

Anne Maule Murdoch, of Gartincaber, m. 18 April, 1820,
John Burn, Esq. (see Burn-Callandeb), who assumed the sur-
name of Murdoch. Mr. Burn-Murdoch was b. 28 Aug. 1793,
<l. 24 Aug. 1862, was J. P. and D.L. co. Perth, s. to Neuck, co.
Stirling, on the death of his uncle, J. A. Higgins-Callander, in
1822, and to Easter Greenyards, in the same co., on the death
■of his cousin, James M'Gibbon, 1830. Mrs. Burn-Murdoch d.
'■i Dec. 1871, having had John, of Gartincaber, and other issue,
<i8 above.

Seat — Gartincaber, Doune, co. Perth.



BURN-MURDOCH OF GREENYARDS
AND NEW LODGE.

BtTEN-MrEDOCH, Eev. James M'G-ibbox, of
Greenyards, co. Stirling, and New Lodge, co. York,
M.A., 'fourth son of John Burn-Murdoch, Esq. of
Gartincaber, co. Perth, J.P. and D.L., *. at the
death of his father in 1862, to the estate of Grreen-
jards, under the will of his cousin, James M'Gibbon,
Esq., I. 28 Not. 1828; m. 1856, Maria Hannah,
dau. and co-heiress of John Francis Carr, Esq. of
Carr Lodge and New Lodge, co. York, and has
issue,

i. John Francis, J.P. co. Stirling, Major 1st Royal Dra-



goons, Brigade Major of Cavalry, Aldershot, h. 26 March
1859; educated at Eton.

I. Mary, m. 1879, Capt. Bridges George, East Lancashire
Regt., and Adjutant 9th Batt. Rifle Brigade.

II. Gertrude Slarion Beatrice.

Rev. J. M. Burn-Murdoch, who was educated at the
Edinburgh Academy, Edinburgh University, and
Downing Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1859, M.A. 1863),
and was formerly an officer in the 3rd Xing's Own
Hussars, the 10th Hussars, and 6th Dragoon
Guards, served in India and the Crimea (Crimean
Medal and Sebastopol Clasp, and Turkish Medal),
was ordained in 1861, and has been Vicar of
Riverhead, Kent, since 1863, Rural Dean of Shore-
ham, Kent, 1879, and Surrogate 1880.
Iiineag'e. — Same as BuEN-MuRpocH of Gartincaber.

.^t'afs— Riverhead Vicarage, Sevenoaks, Kent; New Lodge,
Barnsley, co. York.



MURDOCH OP BUCKHURST.

Murdoch, Chaeles Townshend, Esq. of Buck-
hurst, CO. Berks, J.P. and D.L., M.P. for Reading
1885-1892; late Rifle Brigade, b. 27 May, 1837;
m. 2 Jan. 1862, Sophia, dau. of William Speke,
Esq. of Jordans, Somerset, and has issue,

I. Charles Edward Gambieb, b. 12 May, 1865.

I. Maud Georgina, m. W. Wilkie, Esq. of Osiniston, Mid-
lothian, and has one son.

II. Evelyn Sophia, deceased.

III. Lilian. iv. Violet.
V. Helen Gladys.

Mr. Murdoch is the only surviving son of James
Gordon Murdoch, Esq. (who d. July, 1880) of Ash-
fold, Sussex, by Caroline Penelope his wife, dau. of
Samuel Gambler, Esq. of Ivor, Bucks (she d. April,
1866). They had issue (with Charles Townshend,
of Buckhurst),

Townshend, d. unm. George Francis, d. unm.

Sophia Jane, m. Rev. Jas. Hutchinson, who d. April,

1873.
Mary, deceased. Caroline, deceased.

Frances Lydia, m. Willingham Franklin, Esq., who d.

1860, leaving issue.
Emily Frederica.
Louisa Gambler, m. Gen. Charles Stuart, who d. 1892.

Seat — Buckhurst, near Wokingham. Town Residence — 73,
Eccleston Square, S.W.



MURE OF CALDWELL.

Mure, William, Esq. of Caldwell, co. Ayr, b. 17
Jan. 1870 ; *. his father 1880.

Lineage. — The Mures of Caldwell are immediately de-
scended from SiE Reginald More, or More, of Abercorn and
Cowdams, who appears to have been Chamberlain of Scotland
as early as 1329, the first year of the reign of David II. The
name occurs, written at various periods. More, Mure, Muir,
Moor, &c. The arms of "Muir of Caldwell" and "Muir
of Rouallan," being then the two chief Houses of the
name in Scotland, are exhibited on page 40 of the Scottish
Heraldry, emblazoned by Sir David Lindsay, Lord Lyon,
about the year 1540. Those of Caldwell present the plain
shield of the Mores, "three mullets on a bend ; " while on the
shield of Rowallan are quartered the wheatsheaves of the

COMTNS.

The most ancient of the name on record are the Mores of
Polkelly, near Kilmarnock, in co. Ayr ; one of whom, David
de More, appears a-s witness to a charter of Alexander II.
The direct male line of Polkelly becoming extinct, the estate
passed, by marriage of the heir female, to the Mores
of Rowallan, cadets of the family who had acquired the
neighbouring estate of Rowallan from the Comyns, its ancient
lords.

Gilchrist More (younger son of Sir Reginald More, of Aber-
corn, one of the Commissioners appointed in 1340 to treat



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MUR



1455?



•with the Lords Percy, MowLray, and Neville on a truce between
the two nations) became the male representative of the House
of Abercorn at the death of his elder brother William. To
him descended the property of Cowdams. The estate of Cald-
well, in the shires of Ayr and Renfrew, he is supposed to have
acquired by marriage with the heir of Caldwell, of that ilk,
then a family of some note, having given a Chancellor to Scot-
land 1349. From Gilchrist lineally descended

John Mure, of Caldwell (eldest son of John Mure, of Cald-
well, by his wife the Lady Janet Stewart, dau. of Matthew,
Earl of Lennox), who inherited Caldwell 1539. He m. 1st, the
Lady Isabel Montgomerie, dau. of Hugh, 1st Earl of Eglinton,
and 2ndly, Christian, dau. of Ninian, Lord Ross, of Hawk-
head, and had (with younger children) two sons, i. John
(Sir), his heir ; n. William, of Glanderstown, ancestor of the
Mdbes of Glanderstown ; he m. Elizabeth, dau. of Gavin
Hamilton, of Raploch, and had (with a dau. Janet, wife of
John Polloch, of that ilk) a son and heir, William, of Glan-
derstown, who HI. Jean, dau. of Rev. Hans Hamilton, and sister
of James, Earl of Clanbrassil, by whom he left, at his decease,
1640 (with a dau. Janet, wife of Rev. John Carstairs and
mother of William Carstairs, the patriot), a son, William, of
Glanderstown, who m. EuphemiaMure, of Caldwell, and had a
son, William, of Glanderstown and Caldwell. John Mured,
about 1544, and was 5. by his eldest son,

Sir John More, of Caldwell, who m. Janet Kennedy, of
Bargeny, and had three sons, Robert, William, and James.
He was slain 10 Sept. 1750, by the Cunninghames, of Aikett,
and Raeburne, of that ilk. To Sir John s. his son.

Sir Robert Mure, of Caldwell, who m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau.
of Kineaid, of that ilk, by whom he had two sons, John, who
d. s.p., and James, who m. Margaret, dau. of Sir William
Mure, of Rowallan, and left at his death, v. 'p; four sons and
as many daus. ; the eldest son, Robert, was successor to his
grandfather. Sir Robert m. 2ndly, Barbara, dau. of Sir George
Preston, of Valleyfield, and relict of Robert, Lord Sempill,
by whom he left a dau., to. Sir William Hamilton, Bart, of
Preston. About 1610, the lands of Thornton, near Kilmarnock,
long in possession of the family, were alienated to a cadet,
founder of the House of Mure of Thornton, the male line of
which becoming extinct 1701, in the person of Sir Archibald
Mure, LordProvost of Edinburgh, the estate passed by his heir
female to John Cunninghame, of Caddel. Sir Robert was s. by
his grandson,

Egbert Mcbe, of Caldwell, who m. Jean, dau. of Uchtred
Knox, of Ramphorlie, and had three sons, successively " of
Caldwell," and one dau. Euphemia, m. William Mure, of Glan-
derstown. Robert Mure, it seems, fell in battle about 1640.
His 3rd son,

William Mure, of Caldwell, m. 1655, Barbara, dau. of Sir
William Cunninghame, of Cunninghamehead. This laird was
attainted for joining the Covenanters, fled to Holland, and rf. in
exile. His estates on forfeiture were granted to the celebrated
Gen. Dalzell. His lady was imprisoned with two of her daus.
in Blackness Castle, and underwent much cruel persecution.
Of Caldwell's three daus., Jane, the eldest, m. Col. John
Erskine, of Carnock, but left no issue ; Anne, the youngest d.
during the persecution of the family; while

Barbara Mcre, the 2nd dau., lived to obtain, by special Act
of Parliament, 19 July, 1690, a full restitution of her patri-
monial estates. She m. John Fairlie, of that ilk, but dying
without issue, was «. by her kinsman,

William Mure, 4th Laird of Glanderstown, descended from
William, 2nd son of the John Mure who inherited Caldwell
1539. He m. Margaret, dau. of Sir George Mowat, Bart., but
dying s. p., was s. by his nephew,

William Mure, eldest of eighteen children of James Mure,
Esq.* of Rhoddens, in Ireland, by Elizabeth his wife, dau. of
George Hutchinson, of Monkwood, co. Ayr. He m. 1710,
Anne, dau. of Sir James Stewart, Bart, of Goodtrees and Colt-



* Of the remaining children of James Mure, of Rhoddens,
two. Col. George and Capt. Alexander, were wounded at the
battle of Fontenoy. A third was Hutchinson Mure, Esq. of
Saxham Hall, near Bury St. Edmunds, a Merchant in London.
The descendants of both George and Hutchinson settled in
Suffolk.

Georgk More, Esq., Lieut.-Col. Scots Greys, the officer
wounded at Fontenoy, m. Jane Rattray, of Craighall, and
widow of Sir J. Elphinstone, of Logic, co. Aberdeen, and had
issue, three sons, William and George, both d. unra., and

Thomas More, Esq. of Warriston, who m. 1795, Helen,
eldest dau. of the Hon. Patrick Boyle, of Shewalton, co. Ayr,
2nd son of John, 2nd Earl of Glasgow, and d. 1806, having had
surviving issue,

George, of Herringswell House.

Patrick Boyle, b. 28 Sept. 1800 ; m. 1835, Rachel Anne, only



ness. Lord Advocate of Scotland, and dying 1722, left (with a
dau. Agnes, m. the Hon. Patrick Boyle, of Shewalton) a sou,
and successor,

William More, of Caldwell, M.P. for co. Renfrew from
1742 to 1761, one of the Barons of the Scottish Exchequer. He
ra. Katherine, dau. of James Graham, Lord Easdale, Senator
of the College of Justice, and left issue,

I. William, his successor.

II. James, of Cecil Lodge, Herts, m. Frederica, dau. of
Christopher Metcalfe, Esq. of Hawsted, Suffolk, and by her
(Who d. 1834) left issue,

1 Alexander James, m. 1828, Elizabeth, dau. of Oldfielii
Bowles, Esq., and relict of William Markham, Esq., and
d. 182«.

2 James, m. Harriet, dau. of Brice Pearce, Esq.

S Philip William, m. Louisa, dau. of Sir T. A. Strange.
1 Frederica Sophia, m. Col. G. H. Broke.

I. Katherine, m. James Eennie, Esq. of Leith, Merchant.

II. Anne.

Baron Mure d. 1776, and was «. by his eldest son,

Col. William Mure, of Caldwell, Vice-Lieut, of co. Ren-
frew, who 51!. 1791, Anne, eldest dau. of Sir James Hunter
Blair, 1st Bart, of Dunskey, and had issue,
William, his heir.
James, Lieut. B.N., d. imni. 1831.
David, D.L., 6. Nov. 1810, formerly M.P. co. Bute, now a

Judge of the Court of Session in Scotland, under the title of

Lord Mure ; m. 1841, Helen, eldest dau. of John Tod, Esq.

of Kirkhill, co. Midlothian, and by her (who d. 1849) has

one son and three daus.
Jane, ra. 16 Feb. 1818, Gen. the Hon. Sir Charles Colville,

G.C.B., G.C.H., and d. May, 1843.
Katherine. Elizabeth. Clementina, d. 1827.

Jemima. Anne, <;. 1S29. Sophia, d. young.

Col. Mure d. 9 Feb. 1831, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Mure, Esq. of Caldwell, J. P. and D.L., Col. Ren-
frewshire Militia, 6. 9 July, 1799; ra. 7 Feb. 1825, Laura, 2ncl
dau. of William Markham, Esq. of Becca Hall, co. York, and
had issue,

William, his heir.

Charles Reginald, Capt. 43rd Light Infantry, 6. 9 May, 1833;

killed in action in New Zealand, April, 1863.
James, Advocate Scotch Bar, Consul at the Balearic Isles, 6*

23 Oct. 1835.
Laura Elizabeth.
Anne Clementina, ra. Alexander Craven Orde, Esq., and has

issue.
Emma, m. 7 May, 1853, Thomas, 3rd Lord Ribblesdale, anil

had issue.

Mr. Mure d. 1 April, 1860, and was s. by his eldest son,

William Mdre, Esq. of Caldwell, co. Ayr, B.A. Camb.,
J. P. and D.L. COS. Ayr and Renfrew, M.P. for Renfrewshire
1874-80, Lieut.-Col. Scots Fusilier Guards, b. 9 May, 1830; m.
26 April, 1859, the Hon. Constance Elizabeth Wyndham,
youngest dau. of George, 1st Lord Lecoufield, and had issue,

I. William, now of Caldwell.

I. Mary Laura Florence, m. Spenser T. Portal, Esq. of Bere
Hill, Whitchurch, Hants.

II. Constance Madeline Emma.

III. Marjory Susan Caroline.

IV. Lilias Elizabeth Emily, d. young.

Mr. Mure d. 1S80, and was s. by his son, the present Williaji
More, Esq. of Caldwell.

Arras — Arg., on a fesse az. three stars or, within a border
engrailed gu. Crest — A Saracen's head ppr. Jilotto — Duria
non f rangor.

Seat— Caldwell, by Glasgow, N.B.



MURE OF LIVINaSTONE.

LocKHAET-MuEE, James Ed waedOchteelont,
Esq. of Livingstone and Balmaghie Castle, co.
Kirkcudbright, late Lieut. 3rd Bait. Royal Scots
Fusiliers, b. 24, July, 1864; s. his father, Oct. 1872.

Lineage.— This family is believed to be a branch of th*

child of John Macredie, Esq. of Perceton, co. Ayr (see

Mure of Perceton).
Helen. Flora Campbell, ra. Rev. Robert Craig.

The elder son,

George More, Esq. of Herringswell House, b. 11 June,
1797; TO. 17 Sept. 1835, Fanny Eliza, only dau. of Wight
Thomas Squire, Esq. of Bridge House, Peterborough. He was
in the Grenadier Guards, and served at Waterloo, s. his cousin,
Samuel Mure, Esq., 21 Dec. 1836, and d. s. p. 16 March, 1868.
His widow ra. 2ndly, 1873, WiUiam Edmund Image, Esq. of St.
Margaret's Gate, co. Suffolk, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1887.



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Bowallan family througli Archibald Muir (or Mure) of Tor-
tiousemuir, Wigtonsliire.

KOBEBT Mure (2nd son of William JIuro, by Agnes his wife,
<lau. of John Sharp, cf Hoddani) purchased Liyingstone in
1731, and «. to Glenquicken in 1747, m. and had a son,

Adam Mure, of Livingstone and Glenquicken, who executed
an entail granting Livingstone, to his elder dau. and Glen-
quicken to the younger. His issue were two daus,

Jean, who s. to Livingstone.

Mai-garet, of Glenqiucken, m. Adam Thomson, of Muncraig.

The elder dau.,

Jean Mche, of Livingstone, m. James, son of Samuel Lock-
Jiart, of Barmagachen, and had issue,

James, m. Henrietta Ochterlony, and d. 1786, leaving issue,
■William, d. 1788 ; James Ochterlony, heir to Livingstone ;
Henrietta, b. 1792 ; m. 1807, Sir Thomas Valiant, K.C.B.,
K.H., Gen. 40th Kegt. ; Olivia, 6. 1795, d. umn. 1804.

^rs. Jean Lockhart-Mure d. May, 1809, and was s. by her
grandson,

James Ochteblont Lockhabt-Mcre, Esq. of Livingstone,
in. 1st, Margaret, dau. of John Learmonth, Esq. of Park Hall,
CO. Stirling (she d. without issue May, 1818), and 2ndly, 1822,
Ix)uis.a, dau. of Gen. James Charles Dalbiac, and by her (who
<l. 22 Feb. 1881) had issue,

jAiCES OcHTERLo.vT, his heir.

EoK-rt Devereux, b. 1828 ; d. 1829.

Olivia Matilda, m. Edward Bowman.

3Ir. Lockhart-Mure d. 2 Feb. 1863. His elder son,

James Ochterlony Lookhabt-Mure, Esq. of Livingstone,
J.P., VI. 20 Aug. 1863, Sarah, dau. of William Cairn, Esq., and
iiad issue,

James Edwaed OcHTEBtoNr, l)is heir.

William Cairn, Lieut. Indian Staff Corps, y. 13 Aug. 1SC5.

Henry Louis, b. 29 Aug. 1867.

Thomas Valiant, b. 19 May, 1870.
3Ir. Lockhart-Mure d. 6 Oct. 1872, and was s. by his eldest
son, the present James EDWAiiD Ochterlony Lockhaf.t-Muee,
of Livingstone and Ealmaghie Castle.

Scat — Livingstone, and Balmaghle Castle, Douglas, co.
Kirkcudbiight.



trefoils vert. Crest— A. dexter hand grasping a sword, all ppr.
Motto — Semper paratus.
Seat — Berceton, Irvine, N.B.



MURE OF PERCETON.

MuBE, Maey Rachel, of Perceton, co. Ayr.

Iiineage. — Andbew Macbedie, Provost of Stranraer, pur-
chased 22 Aug. 1720, from Sir Eobert Barclay, Bart., the
■estate of Perceton, co. Ayr. His eldest son,

Andrew Macbedie, Esq. of Perceton, m. Jean, only dau. of
Thomas Boyd, Esq. of Picton, and d. 1764, leaving (with
three daus., Christian, m. Archibald Cuninghame, Esq. of
•Caddell and Thornton ; Helen, m. James Campbell, Esq. of
Treesbank ; and Jane) an only son,

William Macbedie, Esq. of Perceton, to. 1762, Barbara, only
•child of Ilobert Wilson, Merchant of Glasgow, and had issue,

John, his heir.

Andrew, Capt.of an East Indiaman, lost at sea 1805.

Bobert, Capt. ot an East Indiaman, subsequently of William-
field, near Irvine, co. Ayr, m. 1812, Elizabeth, dau. of
George Cuninghame, of Kilwinning, and had issue.

Jane.

Barbara, m. Robert Eeid, Esq. of Adamton.

Helen, m. Rev. John S. Oughterson.
Hr. MacrediecZ. 1816, aged 8G, and was s. by his son,

John Macredie, Esq. of Perceton, an ofBcer R.N., m..
17 Feb. 1812, Mary Rachel, dau. of Major David Morrieson,
H.E.I.C,S., and by her (who d. 13 Dec. 1863) left at his de-
cease, June, 1834, an only dau. and heir,

Rachel Annb Macredie, of Perceton, b. 10 March, 1813 ;
m. 20 Nov. 1835, Patrick Botle Mube, Esq., 2nd son of
Thomas Mure, Esq. late of Warriston, by Helen Boyle, his
wife, eldest dau. of the Hon. Patrick Boyle, of Shewalton,
and by him (who bore the additional surname of Macredie,
and d. 1868) had issue,

1. Thomas Mure Mure, Advocate, Scotch Bar, 6. 5 March,
1840 ; d. 23 Jan. 1«76, at Huntingdon, from injuries in the
railway accident of 21 Jan. 1876.

at. John Macredie-Mure, Capt. 34th Eegt., and D.A.A.G. for
Musketry, Peshawur, India, b. 26 Nov. 1841; vi. 26 Oct.
1870, Antoinette Charlotte, eldest dau. of Col. Edwards, of
3s'e?s Strange, ShiopsMre, and d. a. p. 26 Feb. 1879, at
Peshawur, India.

I. Mary Rachel, now of Perceton.

II. Helen Jane.

III. .Sophia Robina, d. 20 March, 1860.

.,<rm!— Arg., a fcss quarterly ga. and or, between three



MURPHY OF KILBREW.

MtTRPHT,WiLLiAM Brudenell, Esq. of Kilbrew,
CO. Meath, and LuUimore, co. Kildare, J.P., b. 1857;
m. 1878, his cousin, Mary Antoinette, dau. of Capt.
Maurice Lynch £lake, of Ballinafad, co. Mayo, and.
has issue,

I. Reginald Francis Bbudenell.

II. Vere Anthony Evelyn Brudenell.
I. Fcnella Mary Brudenell.

Lineage.— William Murphy, Esq. of Mount Blerrion,
CO. Dublin, and of Kilbrew and Ballyniaglasson, co. Meath, 6.
1771 ; m. 1797, Margaret, dau. of Bryan Reilly, by Mary his
wife, dau. of Thadeas Ford, and sister of Elizabeth Ford, who
5)1. Edward Madden, and left two children. Dr. Richard E.
Madden, the distinguished writer, and Eliiia Cogan, mother of
Right Hon. William Cogan. By Margaret his wife (who d.
1833), Mr. Murphy left (with five daus., of whom Cafherine,
the eldest, m. John Johnson, Esq. of Warrenstown, co. Meath,
and d. s. p.) four sons,

I. John William, of whom presently.

II. William, vi. 1840, Margaret, dau. of Matthew O'Conor,
Esq. of Mount Druid, co. Roscommon, and d. at Florence.
1843, leaving two daus., 1 Louisa Margaret, widow of
Richard D'Aroy, Esq. of New Forest, co. Galway ; 2 Emily.



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