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ing son,

I. Sir JOSEPH, 6. 1752, created a bart. as
above, high sheriff of Staffordshire, 1779,
and M.P. for Worcester, 1802 ; m., ViTti



Margaret, da. and h. of Edward Whitby,
esq., of Sheet End, co. Stafford, and by her
(who d. 8 Oct. 1822) had issue,

1. Sir Edward-Dolman, present bart.

2. William, in holy orders, rector of
Aldridge, co. Stafford, b. 3 May 1795, m., 18
July 1818, Maria, 3d da. of the rev. Dr.
Gabel, of Winchester College, and d. 3 Feb.
1829, leaving issue,

1. William-Henry ; 2. Mary, d.
3. Frances; 4. Edward.
5. Lucy ; 6. Douglas.

3. A Da., d. unm. before her father.

Sir Joseph d. 17 June 1828, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir EDWARD-DOLMAN, present
bart.

Arms— See Plate 38. Argent, on a fesse,
gules, cottised, azure, between three cathe-
rine-wheels, sable, three lambs passant,
argent.

Crest— Or\ a mount, a beacon, fired,
proper.

Motto — Regi patriceque fidelis.

Se««— Great Barr Hall, Birmingham, eo.
Stafford.



MORRIS, of Clase:mount, co. Glamorgan.

12 May 1806.

Sir JOHN MORRIS, Baronet, born 14 July 1775, succeeded his father,
sir John, 22 June 18J9 ; married, 5 Oct. 1809, Lucy- Juliana, youngest da.
of John Byng, 5th viscount Torrington, and has issue, 1. Henrietta-
Julia, b.'\2 Sept. 1811 ; 2. JOHN-ARMINE, b. 13 July 1813;

3. Lucy-Elizabeth-Cectlia, b, 3 Nov. 1814; 4. George-Byng,

b. 25 March 1816; 5. Beatrice-Charlotte, b. 17 Nov. 1817;-



6. Frederick, b. 25 Jan. 1819;
1820, rf. 7 Jan. 1831;



7 Augustus-Thomas, b, 8 May
8. Georgiana, b. 6 Jan. 1823; 9. Charles^



Henry, b. 27 Feb. 1824; 10. Matilda-Anne-Cecilia, b. 1 Aug.

1825.



Thomas Morris, of Bishops Castle, and
of Clerbury Mortimer, co. Salop, (grand-
father of the 1st bart.,) m. Mary, da. of



Richard Tristram, of ISIore Hall, co. Wor-
cester, and by her had issue a son and heir,
RoBKRT Morris, of Tredegar, co. Gla-



328



RAMSAY.— LOCKHART.



morgan, esq., m, Margaret, da. and sole
heiress of David Jenkins, of Machynlleth,
CO. Merioneth, esq., (by Bridget, his wife,
da. of John Parry, and sister of Stephen
Parry, of Noyadd, co. Cardigan, esq., M.P.
for Cardigan,) and d. 170f!, leaving issue,

1. Robert, of Lincoln's Inn, barrister-at-
law, m., but d. without issue in the East
Indies about I707.

2. Sir John, 1st hart.

3. Bridget, m. Thomas Lockwood, of
Mortimer Street, esq.

4. Margaret, m. Noel Desenfans, esq.,
sometime consul-general for Poland.

5. Jane, m. Edward King, of Marino, co.
Glamorgan, esq.

I. Sir JOHN, 1st bart., was so created, as
above, b. 12 July 17-45, m., 26 May 1774,
Henrietta, da. of sir Philip Musgrave, of
Eden Hall, co. Cumberland, bart., and by
her (who d. 16 June l{il2) had issue,

1. Sir John, present bart.



2. Thomas, M.A.

3. Robert, d. young.

4. Henrietta, m. sir Nathaniel-Levitt
Peacock, bart., and d. 4 June 1825.

5. Frances.

6. Matilda, m., 13 Nov. 1807. Edward
Jessee, of West Bromwich, co. Stafford,
esq.

7. Charlotte, d, unm., 24 Sept. 1827.

8. Caroline, m., 6 Sept. 1824, the rev.
G. W. Fauquier.

Sir John d. 22 June 1819, and was succeed-
ed by his eldest son,

n. Sir JOHN, present bart.

Arms— 'See Plate ^8. Sable, on a saltire,
engrailed, ermine, a bezant, charged with a
cross, couped, gules.

Crest— A. lion rampant, or, charged on the
shoulder with a cross, couped, gules, within
a chain in the form of an arch, or.

Motto — Sruto fidei.

Seat— At Clasemount, co. Glamorgan.



RAMSAY, of Bal MAINE, co. Kincardine.

13 May J80G.

Sir ALEXANDER-RAMSAY, Baronet, fm-n 14 Feb. 1785, succeeded
his father, sir Alexander, 17 IMay 1810, married, 1st, 1 Aug. 1811, Jane,
da. and co-h. of Frances Russell, of Blackhall, esq., and by her (who d.

Aug. 1819) had issue, I.Mary, b. 1812;— 2. ALEXANDER, 6.

May 1813; 3. William, b. Aug. 1814; 4. Francis, b. 1815;

5. Thomas, b. 181G, d. 2 March 1833; 6. Elizabeth, b. 1818.

Sir Alexander m., 2dly, 26 Dec. 1822, Ehzabeth, da. of William, lord
Panmure, and has issue, 7- Fox-Maule, b. March 1824; 8. Pa-
tricia, b. 1825 ; 9. Edward-Bannerman, and other issue.



Tnisbaronet, whose original family name
is Burnett, is descended, both on the father's
and mother's side, from ancient Nova Sco-
tia barts.

Alexander Burnett, 2d son of sir Tho-
mas Burnett, 6th bart., of Leys, co. Aber-
deen, (whose ancestor, sir Thomas, had
been so created, lfi2(),) ni. Catharine, sister
of sir Alexander Ramsay, 61 h bart. of Bal-
maine, co. Kincardine, and had issue,

I. Sir ALEXANDER, created a bart. as
above, to whom his uncle, on his death,
without issue, 1806, bequeathed the Ramsay
estates, though the baronetcy of Nova Sco-
tia devolved on a distant branch of the fa-
mily, and he thereupon took the name and
arms of Ramsay, of Balmaine ; b. 30 July
1758, tn., 1783, Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of
sir Alexander Bannerman, of Elisick, co.
Kincardine, bart., by whom he had,

1. Elizabeth, /«., 7 April 1808, Alexan-



der-Renny Tailor, of Bomorofield, esq.

2. Sir Alexander, present bart.

3. Thomas, late capt. 47th regiment of
foot, m., 28 April 1826, his first cousin, Mar-
garet, da. of sir Robert Burnett, of Leys,
bart. of Nova Scotia.

4. Robert, late capt. 14th regiment of
foot.

5. Edward; 6. Marmaditke.

7. William; 8. Edwin-Hewgill.

9. Lauderdale.

10. Isabella; 11. Frances.

Sir Alexander rf. 17 May 1810, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

11. Sir ALEXANDER, present bart.
Arms— See Plate 38. Argent, an eagle

displayed, sable, charged on the breast with
a rose, argent.

Crest — A demi-eagle, displayed, sable.

Motto — Aspiro.

Seat — At Balmaine, co. Kincardine.



LOCKHART, of Lee and Carnwatii, North Britain.

24 May 180G.

Sir DANIEL LOCKHART, Baronet, succeeded his brother, sir Charles
Macdonald, 8 Dec. 1832.



Thk name of Lockhart is of great an-
tiquity in Scotland, where Sitnon Lockard,
appears as a benefactor to the abbey of Kel-
so, temp. Malcolm IV., and an )ther Simon
to have been lord of Lee, temp. David
Bruce.



Sir James LorKiiART, of Lee, was a lord
of session temp. Charles I., and justice clerk
temp. Charles II. His 4th son,

Sir Gkokcje, was advocate to Oliver Crom-
well, in Scotland, and afterwards lord presi-
dent of thesession, and purchased the barony



FRASER.



329



of Camwath, m. Philadelphia, da. of Philip,
lord Wharton, and sister of the duke of
Wharton, by whom he was father of

George, of Carnwath, m. lady Euphemia
Montgomery, da. of Alexander, ftth earl of
Eglintoun, and had issue, besides other chil-
dren, who d. young or unm,,

1. George, his successor.

2. Grace, tn., 1st, John, 3d earl of
Aboyne; and 2dh , James, earl of Moray.

3. Euphemia, m. the earl of Wigtown.

4. Mary, m. John Rattray.

George Lockhartrf. about 1732, and was suc-
ceeded at Lee by his son and heir,

George, m. Fergusia, da. and co-h. of
sir George Wishart, of Clifton Hall, and had
issue,

1. George, d. at Paris, 1761.

2. James; 3. Johx; 4. Alexander.

5. William, all d.

6. Charles.

7. Clementina, m. the hon. John Gor-
don, son of the earl of Aboyne, her cousin-
german.

8. Euphemia, d. imm.

Charles Lockhart, 6th son, h. 28 Feb.
1740-1, nu, 17 Aug. 1762, Elizabeth, da. and
h. of John Macdonald, of Largie, co.Argyle,
esq., and had issue,

1. George, d. young.

2. John, who d. at the siege of Manga-
lore.

3. James.

4. Sir Alexander -Macdonald, first
bart.

5. Norman ; 6. Elizabeth.

7. Helen, d, young.

8. Clementina; 9. Matilda.
10. Mary ; 11. Charles-Smith.



12. Euphemia.

I. Sir ALEXANDER -MACDONALD,
eldest surviving son, was created a bart. as
above : m. Jane, da. of Daniel Macniell, of
Gallcorhally, co. Argyle, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Charles-Macdonald, 2d bart.

2. Alexander; 3. Norman, twins, d.
young.

4. Sir Daniel, present bart.

5. Alexander.

6. Jane, d. young.

Sir Alexander rf. 22 June 1816, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

IL Sir CHARLES, 6. 8 Feb. 1799, m., 29
Feb. 1820, Emilia-Olivia, da. of sir Charles
Ross, of Balnagowan, (by lady Mary Fitzge-
rald, da. of William- Robert, 2d duke of
Leinster,) and had issue,

1. Mary-Jane, h. April 1822,
Sir Charles-Macdonald d. without male is-
sue, 8 Dec. 1832, and was succeeded by his
brother,

III. Sir DANIEL, present and 3d bart.

Arms — See Plate 38. Argent, a man's
heart, gules, within a fetter-lock, sable ; on
a chief, azure, three boars' heads, erased, of
the first, or.

Crest — A boar's head, argent.

Supporters — Dexter, a chevalier, armed at
all points, his vizor up, holding a spear in
his hand, a sword by his side, and a gold
chain about his neck, thereat a man's heart,
pendent, gules, ensigned with an imperial
crown, or, and on his helmet a plume of
feathers, the centre gules, the others argent ;
sinister, a buck, proper.

Motto (above the crest) — Corda serrata
pando; below the shield — Semper paratus
pugnare pn'O pdtria.



FRASER, of Leadclune, co. Inverness.

27 Nov. 1806.

Sir WILLIAM- AUGUSTUS FRASER, Baronet, bom 1825, suc-
ceeded his father, sir James- John, 5 June 1834.



The family distinguished by the surname
of Fraserare of great antiquity in Scotland,
although they are unquestionably of Celtic
or Gaelic origin, and came from Provence
and Languedoc at one era, and from Bri-
tanny and Normandy at another. French
history mentions, that Julian de Berrie, on
the loth of April 916, presented Charles,
king of France, at Au Bergne, near Bour-
bon, a basket of ripe strawberries, which
were so much thought of, that he gave him
tlie surname of Frase, afterwards written
Fraisaii, and Fraizel, in France, by the
great families of Guise and Froizeller, dukes
of that kingdom, the marquess Montagnard,
and many others, whose armorial bearings
are distinguished by strawberries on their
shield, in like manner as they are sculptured,
and remain to this day, on the cross of
Peebles.

Sir George M'Kenzie, lord-advocate of
Scotland, and other antiquaries, say, that
one of this family came into Scotland with
the embassy from Charlemagne in 8(t7, and
was created the 1st thane of Man, the lineal
ancestor of Oliver Eraser, or Frizel, 13th
thane of Man, who built Oliver Castle, in
Tweed's Muir, and erected it into a con-
stabulary, and is to this day first called over
in the roll of Peebles.

Sir Sirruin Fraser having thrice saved the
life and remounted king Robert de Brus, in



the battle of INIethven, had the three crowns
quartered into his armorial bearings.

The loyalty, fidelity, and martial achieve-
ments acquired by the Erasers at Roslin, In-
verness, Perth, Edinburgh, Bannockburn,
&c., are well recorded in history, and led to
the alliance with king Robert's sister, who
was twice married ; by which marriages, sir
John Campbell, ancestor of Argyll, and sir
Alexander, son of sir Simon Fraser, an-
cestor of Lovat, were uterine brothers, and
related to all the nobility of both kingdoms,
as appears by the grants and charters pre-
served and described by Mr. Robertson, in
the register-office, Edinburgh, page 19, Re-
gister, No. 145, Charters of king Robert de
Brus; "Marie, spouse Alexandri Fraser,
militis sorori nostri dilecte, et Johanna
Campbell, filio suo nepoti nostro, pro he-
rangio et servitio, omnes terras et tenementa,
que fuerunt, Davidis, Comiti Atholias, in
comitatu Athole, que idem David Foris
fecit."

In the reign of king Alexander III., sir
Simwi Fraser, son of sir Bernard Fraser,
lineally descended from thane Oliver, was
gifted with the lordship of Loveth (vulgo,
Noru-ich) by charter, dated at Dunfermline,
1253, and appointed, with his brother, sir
Francis Fraser, and William Fraser, arch-
bishop of St. Andrew's, and lord-chancellor
of Scotland, along witli his cousin sir Ri-



330



NUGENT.



chard Fraser, auditors in the competition
for the crown of Scotland between Bruce
and Baliol, 12!)1.

From lord Hugh Fraser, created by king
v^ames I. of Scotland, lord Fraser, of
Loveth, 3 March 1426, descend lineally the
lords Loveth, or Lovat ; and from Alex-
ander, 2d son to lord Hugh Fraser, of Lo-
vat, descended Alexander Fraser, of Farra-
line, father of Hugh Fraser, of Leadclune,
esq., called Hustan More, father of

Hugh Fraser, called Huston Oge, who
d. 1717> leaving three sons, 1. Hugh, of Lon-
don, m. and left issue, who all rf. unm. ; 2.
Alexander, m., and left, besides other child-
ren, Hugh, of Leadclune, and William, of
Parke, co. Aberdeen, who both m., and left
issue ; and 3.

William, who d. 1744, leaving issue by
his 2d wife, of the family of Keith Mari-
schall, sir William, 1st bart., and an only
da,,, Jane, m., 1763, the hon. col. Archibala-
Campbell Fraser, of Lovat.

L Sir WILLIAM, created a bart. 27 Nov.
18(16, F.R.S., and an elder brother of the
Trinity-House, m., 26 Sept. 17^6, Elizabeth,
da., by the 1st marriage, of James Farqu-
harson, of the city of London, merchant,
and by her (who d. 23 June 1834) had
issue,

1. Sir William, 2d bart.

2. Sir James-John, 3d bart.

3. Keith, capt. 6th dragoons, d. 28 May
1826.

4. Eliza-Anne-Roberta.

5. Jemima - Maria, m,, July 1820, the
rev. Joseph-Henry Tayler, of Brighton.

6. Anna, m., 17 Jan. 1818, major Henry-
Edward Keane, 3d son of sir John Keane, of
Belmont, co. Cork, bart.



7. Jean-Helen, m., on the same day,
John Grove, M.D , 2d son of Thomas
Grove, of Fen, co. Wilts, esq.

8. Henrietta-Sophia, m., 31 Aug. 1819,
James Montresson Stan den, esq.

9. Eleanor-Caroline.

10. Mary-Octavia, m., 7 July 1825, the
rev. Henry Cookeran, of Beckenham, co.
Kent.

11. Elizabeth-Amelia, d. unm., 23 Feb.
1833.

12. Emma.

13. Louisa-Albina.

14. Georgiana-Harriett.

Sir WiUiam rf. 16 Feb. 1818, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir WILLIAM, 2d bart., president of
the select committee in China, d. there,
unm., 23 Dec. 1827, and was succeeded by
his next brother,

III. Sir JAMES -JOHN, m. Charlotte-
Anne, da. of , and d. 5 June 1834,

aet. 45, leaving issue,

1. Sir William-Augustus, present bart.

2. Charles ; 3. James.

Arn^ — See Plate 38. Quarterly : 1st and
4th, azure, a bend, engrailed, between three
cinquefoils (or frasers) argent ; a canton
girony of eight, or and sable : 2d and 3d,
argent, three antique crowns, gules.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a buck's
head, erased, gules.

Supporters* — I'v-fo stags proper, armed
and unguled, or, collared, azure, and pen-
dent from each collar an inescocheon, gi-
rony of eight, or and sable, each supporter
resting one foot on an anchor, sable.

Motto — Je suis p^-est.

Seat — Udden's House, Dorset.



NUGENT, of Waddesdon, co. Berks.

28 Nov. 1806.

Sir GEORGE NUGENT, Baronet, G.C.B., D.C.L., a General in the
Army, Colonel Cth Regiment of Foot, and Governor of St. Mawes, co.
Cornwall, bot-n 10 June 1757, married., at Belfast, 15 Nov. 1797^
Maria, 7tli da. of Cortland Skinner, esq., attorney-general, and speaker of
the House of Assembly, of New Jersey, North America, by whom (who d.

24 Oct. 1834) he has issue, 1. GEORGE-EDIMUND, capt. in the

grenadier guards, b. 12 Oct. 1802, m., 13 July 1830, Maria-Charlotte,

da. of N. W. Ridley Colborne, esq., of West Harling, co. Norfolk; 2.

Louisa-Elizabeth, b. in Jamaica, 8 Sept. 1803, m., 24 Nov. 1824, sir

Thomas -Francis Freemantle, bart. ; 3. Edmund-Robert, b. and d.

Dec. 1807; 4. Maria-tEmilia, b. 17 Nov. 1809, m., 31 July 1832,

Rice Richard, 4th son of sir William Clayton, bart. ; 5. Charles-

Ed3IUND, b. 15 June 1811.

Sir George is the reputed son of the hon.
Edmund Nugent, lieut.-col. of the 1st regi-
ment of foot-guards, (who rf. unm. 7 May
1771,) only son of Robert, viscount Clare,
afterwards earl Nugent, by his 2d wife,
Anne, da. of James Craggs, esq., postmaster-
general, sister and sole h. of the right hon.
James Cran;gs, and relict of Robert Knight,
of Gorfield Hall, co. P^ssex, esq.

Arm.^ — See Plate 38. Ermine, two bars,
within a bordure, engrailed, gules; on a



canton, of the last, a dagger erect.

Crest — A cockatrice, wings elevated, vert,
gorged with a plain collar, or, pendent
therefrom an escocheon, gules, chargedwith
a dagger, erect, proper, pomel and hilt, or.

Suppfyrters — Two cockatrices, wings ad-
dorsed, co'larcd, or, thereto hanging a shield,
gules, charged with a dagger, as in the can-
ton, granted by royal warrant, 20 Feb. 1807-

Seat — At Waddesdon, co. Berks.



* Ratified and confirmed to the first bart.
by patent from the Lion-office, dated 3 Jan.



18(17, by the lord lion king of arms, of Scot-
land.



THOMPSON.— SCOTT.



331



THOMPSON, of Hartsbotjrne, Manor-Place, co. Herts.

11 Dec. 1806.

Sir THOMAS-RAIKES-TRIGGE THOMPSON, Baronet, horn 1
April 1804, Commander R.N., succeeded his father, sir Thomas-Boulden,
3 March 1828.



I. Sir THOMAS-BOULDEN THOMP-
SON, knt., bart., G.C.B., 6. 28 Feb. 1768;
an admiral and treasurer of Greenwich Hos-
pital ; was the son of captain Edward
Thompson, R.N., by miss Sarah Boulden,
of Kent, and grandson of Richard Thomp-
son, of Hull. He entered the navy in 1778,
and was made post in Nov. 17JK). In 1797
he was engaged under lord Nelson in the
unsuccessful attack upon Teneriffe. At
the Nile he commanded the Leander, 50
guns, which ship, it will be recollected, he
was afterwards compelled to surrender
(while still in a crippled condition from da-
mages received in the battle of the Nile) to
the superior force of the French 74, Le Ge-
nereux. On his return to England after
being exchanged, he was knighted, and re-
ceived a pension of cf;3<Xt per annum ; and
for his ser%'ices at the battle of Copenhagen,
received an additional pension, and was
advanced to the baronetcy. He m., 25 Feb.
1799, Anne, eldest da. of "Robert Raikes, of



Gloucester, esq., by whom he had issue,

1. Anne, h. 17 June 18(X).

2. Thomas-Boulden, d. young.

3. Sir Thomas-Raikes-Trigge, present
bart.

4. Thomas-John, d. in 1807-

5. Elizabeth, h. Sept. 1810.

6. Mary.

Sir Thomas d. 3 March 1828, and was suc-
ceeded by his only surviving son,

II. Sir THOMAS-RAIKES-TRIGGE,
2d and present bart.

AfD^s—See Plate 38. Per fess argent and
sable, a fess embattled, counter-embattled
between three falcons, jessed and belled, all
within a bordure, engrailed and counter-
changed ; in the chief point an anchor
erect, azure, the cable proper.

O-e^^— Out of a naval coronet, or; an
arm embowed in armour, proper, garnished.,
or; the hand supporting a lance, erect,
proper.



SCOTT, of DuNiNALD, CO. Forfar, (heretofore SIBBALD, of Sillwood

Park, co. Berks.)

13 Dec. 1806.

Sir DAVID SCOTT, Baronet, horn 25 July 1782, succeeded his uncle,
sir James Sibbald, 17 Sept. 1819, agreeably to the limitation of the patent ;
married^ 28 March 1807, Caroline, da. of Benjamin Grindall, esq., of the

Bengal Civil Service, and has issue, 1. JAMES-SIBBALD- DAVID ;

2. Montague-David; 3. Caroline-Louisa; 4. Char=



lotte-Agnes-Maria



5. Ellen-Annette.



This family is a younger branch of the
house of Scott, of Balweiry. Douglas, in
his peerage, says there was at a very early
period of Scottish history two families of
Scott, that of Buccleuch, (from the heiress
of which the duke of Buccleuch descends,)
seated in the southern and western parts of
the kingdom, and that of Balweiry, co.
Fife. That their families were of distinct
ormn, Douglas assumes from the great
difference of their armorial ensigias. Other
Scottish genealogists assert that they de-
scended from the same common ancestor,
that the house of Balweiry is the eldest, and
that Scott, of Buccleuch, a younger son,
assumed at a very early period the arms of
an heiress, whose lands he had inherited.

The earliest ancestor to which the house
of Scott, of Balweiry, is traced, is a Mi-
chael Scott, who lived in the middle and
latter end of the 12th century. His present
representative is Scott of Ancrum, bart. of
Nova Scotia.

James Scott, a younger son of Scott, of
Balweiry, settled, about the end of the 16th
century, at Logic, near Montrose, co. An-
gus, and left an only son,



James, h. 1593, had six sons, on each of
whom he settled a separate estate, viz, 1.
James, who succeeded his father at Logic ;
2. Robert, of Benholme ; 3. Hercules, of Bro-
therton ; 4. Patrick, of Craig ; 5. John,
of Commiston ; 6. David, of Hedderwick.

Patrick Scott, of Craig, 4th son of
James, was b. 1623, and d. 1690, leaving, be-
sides other issue, a son and heir,

Patrick, of Rossie, m. Margaret, da. of
sir Archibald Hope, of Rankeilour, bart.,
and d. 1731, leaving issue, 1. Archibald, twice
m. and d. 1770, leaving issue ; and 2.

Robert, of Duninald, co. Forfar, b.
1705, JH. Anne, da. of George Middleton, of
Seaton, co. Aberdeen, esq., and rf. 1780,
leaving, besides other issue,

1. Archibald, of Duninald, m. and left
issue.

2. Robert.

3. George, d, s.p.

4. David.

David, 4th son, m, Louisa, da. and co-h.
of WUliam Delegard, esq., after-mentioned,
and d, 5 Oct. 1805, leaving issue,

1. Sir David, present bart.

2. Diana, m. J. H. Stracey, esq., son of



332



SCOTT.



sir Edward Stracey, bart.

3. Louisa, m. lieut.-col. Salmond, and d.
1805,

4. Amelia-Sibbald, d. unm. 9 May 1829.
I. Sir JAMES SIBBALD, 1st bart., tn.

Eliza, eldest da. and co-h. of William De-
legard, esq., sometime a member of the
council at Bombay, which lady d. 12 April
1809. Sir James was created a bart. as
above, with remainder, on failure of issue
male of his body, to the issue male of Da-
vid Scott, of Duninald, esq., by Louisa, 2d
da. and co-h. of the same William Dele-



gard, esq. Sir James d. without issue, 17
Sept. 1819, and was succeeded, pursuant to
the limitation of the patent, by the only
son of the said David Scott,

II. Sir DAVID SCOTT, present and 2d
bart.

Arms— See Plate 38. Argent, a fess era-
battled, counter-embattled, between three
lions' heads, erased gules.

Crest — A lion's head as in the arms.

Motto — Spe vires augentur.

Seat— At SiUwood House, Brighton, co.
Sussex.



SCOTT, (heretofore BATEMAN,) of Hartington-Hall, co. Derby.

15 Dec. 1806.

Sir FRANCIS-EDWARD SCOTT, born 25 Feb. 1824, inherited the
title of Baronet, by virtue of the Hmitations in the patent granted to his
maternal grandfather sir Hugh Bateman, who d. 28 Jan. 1824.



This family appears to have been seated
at Great Barr as early as the latter end of
the l(jth century,

John Scott, of Great Barr, ancestor
of the bart., ni. Eleanor, da. of the rev.
Thomas Jordan of Whitney, and d. 4 March
1755, leaving three das., 1. Eleanor, m. Ro-
bert Croxall, of Shustock, co. Warwick,
esq. ; 2, Frances, m. Miller Sadler, of Whit-
acre, CO. Warwick, esq, ; 3. Elizabeth, tn.
Edmund Cradock, of Walsall, co, Stafford,
esq. ; and a son and heir,

William Scott, of Great Barr, esq., m.,
27 Dec. 1744, Mary, da. of Thomas Witby,
of Great Haywood, co. Stafford, esq., and d.
1753, leaving issue by her (who survived
him, and d. 1795) three das., Fraiices, m„
1790, William Blathwayt, of Dyrham-Park,
CO. Gloucester, esq. ; Jane, m., l^G^, John
Addyes Hackett, of Moor Hall, co. War-
wick, esq., and d. 1771 ; Mari/, m., 9 Sept.
17t>8, Charles Armett, of Toft-House, co.
Stafford, esq., andd. 1798; and one surviv-
ing son,

I. Sir JOSEPH, 6. 1752, created a bart. 30
April 18(10', TO., 1777, Margaret, da. and h. of
Edward Whitby, of Street End, co. Staf-
ford, esq., by whom (who d. 8 Oct. 1822) he
had issue,

1. Sir Edward-Dolman, 2d bart.

2. William, in holy orders, rector of
Aldridge, co. Stafford, b. 3 May 179.5, m., 18
July 1818, Maria, 3d da. of the rev. Dr.
Gabel, of Winchester College, and d. 3 Feb.
1829, leaving issue,

1. William-Henry ; 2. Mary, d.

3. Frances ; 4. Edward.

5. Lucy ; C. Douglas.
•S. A Da., rf. mim. before her father.
Sir Joseph rf. 17 June 1828, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir EDWARD-DOLMAN, m., 20 Feb.
1815, Catherine-Julia, eldest da. of sir Hugh
Bateman, bart., and has issue, sir Francis-
Edward, present bait., who inherited the
dignity at his birth pursuant to the limita-
tion of a patent granted to his maternal
grandfather, sir Hugh Bateman, who d. 28
Jan. 1824.

Family op Bateman.
The family of Bateman, from wliich the
late bart. descended, is of considerable an-
tiquity m the county of Derby, and derived



from Robert Bateman, of Hartington, in
that county, who was living in the 15th
century ; his grandson, Richard, was
living 1561, and had 2 sons, Hugh, of Har-
tington, who continued the line, and Ro-
bert, who was chamberlain, and sometime
representative in parliament for the city of
London, and was an eminent merchant



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