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Scott, of Harden, Raebum's brother, and
Makdougal, of Makerstoun, his brother-in-
law, adopted the rough methods used in
that time to cure heresy ; Raeburn and his



404



SCOTT.



wife were imprisoned in the gaols of Edin-
burgh and Jedburgh, their children were
forcibly taken from them and appointed to
be educated at Glasgow, at a distance from
their parents, and by means of a considerable
annuity appointed to be paid out of Rae-
burn's estate. (See Sharpe's Life of Kirk-
ton, prefixed to his history of the Kirk of
Scotland.) Nevertheless Walter, of Rae-
burn, died possessed of the lands of Eilrig,
Raeburn, Muidlew, Yetbyre, and others in
Dumfriesshire, and a valuable property
around Lessuden, co. Roxburgh, where he
built a commodious mansion-house; he d.
soon after the revolution, leaving two sons
and a da.; from his eldest son, William, is
lineally descended the present Walter Scott,
of Raeburn.

Walter, second son of the 1st laird of
Raeburn, was a man of considerable classical
learning, and an intimate friend of the ce-
lebrated dr. Pitcairn. He made a vow to
wear his beard unshared until the Stuarts
were restored to the throne, whence he ob-
tained the surname of Bearded Watt. His
fortune (originally small, as the 2d son of
a cadet) was much impaired by the part he
took in politics; by his wife, Jean Camp-
bell, da. of Campbell, esq., of Silver-

craigs, he had three sons, 1. Walter, m.
and had issue a son, Walter, who d. in
America, sine prole; 2. Robert; 3. William,
who had several sons, of whom the eldest,
James Scott, of Prince of Wales Island,
was well known asoneof the most intelligent
and active merchants in India.

Robert, 2d son of Bearded Watt, was
bred to the sea, but being shipwrecked in
his first voyage, betook himself to agricul-
ture, and obtained valuable leases from his
kinsmen, the lairds of Harden and of Rae-
burn, the last of whom became his son-in-
law. He was m. to Barbara Haliburton, da.
of Thomas Haliburton, of New Mains, now
called Dryburgh Abbey, the representative
of the ancient and honourable family of
Merton, which representation, by the death
of all the children of Thomas Haliburton
without issue, devolved upon Walter Scott,
eldest son of the said Barbara Scott and
Thomas Haliburton. (See a little unpub-
lished genealogical tract, entitled. Memorials
of the Haliburtmis.)

Robert Scott resided upon Sandyknow,
a farm belonging to Harden, and being a
very shrewd and mtelligent man, is believed
to have been the first person in Roxlburgh-
shire who ever acquired a considerable for-
tune by his skill m agriculture; he left five
sons and four das., of whom it is only ne-
cessary to mention the sons, namely,

1. Walter, of whom presently.

2. Thomas, who followed his father's pro-
fession, and d. in 1822, at the advanced age
of !)I and upwards; he was twice m. ; 1st,
to Barbara, da. of Walter Scott, of Rae-
burn, his cousin ; 2dly, to miss Rutherford,
of Knowsouth.

3. Robert Scott, of Rosebank, a capt.
in the sea service of the East India Com-
pany, unm.

4. John, also bred to the sea, but d. in
consequence of an injury received in the
course of his duty, it7>m.

Walter Scott, eldest son of Robert
Scott, of Sandyknow, was h. 11 May 1729.
He was bred a writer to the signet, or con-
veyancer, and was eminent for his general
worth and respectability, as well as for his
skill in his profession. He m, Anne Ruther-



ford, da. of John Rutherford, M.D., son of
the rev. John Rutherford, (whose father
was John Rutherford,) of Grundisnook, a
cadet of the Rutherfords of Hunthill. Dr.
Rutherford was professor of medicine in the
university of Edinburgh, and one of the
four pupils of the celebrated Boerhaave, by
whom the great medical school in that city
was founded. Anne was his da. by his first
wife, Anne Swinton, da. of sir John Swin-
ton, of that ilk. Walter Scott had a very
numerous family, extending to twelve child-
ren, but we only notice such as survived
childhood, viz.,

1. Robert, bred in the navy, d. in India,
uiim.

2. John, late major 78th regiment, d, unm.

3. Sir Walter, created a bart.

4. Anne, d. unm,

5. Thomas, latepaymaster 71st regiment,

m. Elizabeth, da. of Maeculloch, esq.,

of Ardwall, d. 1822, leaving issue,

1. Walter, in the military service of
the hon. East India Company.

2. Janet, m. major Huxley, 71st regt.

3. Anne; 4. EHza, both M«m.
G. Daniel, d. xinm.

I. Sir WALTER SCOTT, bart., created
as above ; one of the principal clerks of the
session in Scotland, and sheriff-depute of
the shire of Selkirk, was b. in the college
Wynd of Edinburgh, 15 Aug. 1771. and
being bred to the Scottish bar, passed advo-
cate in 1792. He m. Margaret-Charlotte Car-
penter, sister of the late Charles Carpenter,
esq., commercial resident at Salem, 24 Dec.
1797, who d. 14 May 1826. In the year 18()(>,
he was appointed sheriff-depute of Selkirk-
shire, and in 1806, was made one of the
principal clerks of session. Having been
distinguished in consequence of his literary
productions, his late Majesty, then Prince
Regent, was pleased to confer on the said
Walter Scott the rank of bart., in the year
1820, being the first title of distinction be-
stowed after his royal highness had obtained
the unlimited exercise of the royal preroga-
tive, and the only degree of bart. conferred
in the course of that year. Sir Walter Scott,
besides an infant child which d. soon after
birth, 15 Oct. 17.98, had the following sur-
viving family,

1. Charlotte-Sophia, m., 28 April 1820,
John-Gibson Lockhart, esq., advocate, son
of the rev. John Lockhart, D.D., of the fa-
mily of Lockhart, of Wyegateshaw, d. 1831.

2. Sir Walter, present bart.

3. Anne, d. unm. 25 June 1833.

4. Charles, student of Brasenose Col-
lege, Oxford.

Sir Walter d. 21 Sept. 1832, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

II. Sir WALTER, present and 2d bart.

^nH.s— See Plate 51. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, or, two mullets in chief, and a crescent
in base azure, within an orle, of the second
for Scott. 2d and 3d, or, on a bend azure
three mascles of the first ; in the sinister
chief point a buckle of the second for Ha-
liburton.

Crest — A demi-woman affrontee, habited
azure, kirtle gules, her arms extended, and
holding in the dexter hand a sun gold, in
the sinister a crescent argent.

Supporters — Dexter a mermaid ; sinister a
Moor proper, wreathed and cinctured ar-
gent, holding a torch reversed.

Motto — Over the crest — Reptirabit cwnua
Phoebe. Under the arms — Watch iveel.

Seat— At Abbotsford, co. Roxburgh, N.B.



COCKBURN-CAMPBELL.— KERRISON.



405



CAMPBELL, (now COCKBURN-CAMPBELL,) of Gartsford,

CO. Ross.

3 July 182L

Sir ALEXANDER-THOMAS COCKBURN-CAMPBELL, Baronet,
in the Army, succeeded his maternal grandfather, sir Alexander
Campbell, K.C.B., 11 Dec. 1824, took the surname of Cajipbell, in ad-
dition to and after his paternal name of Cockburx, by royal sign manual
1825 ; married, 20 June 1827, Margaret, eldest da. of gen. sir John Mal-
colm, G.C.B.

I. Sir ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, lieut.-
gen. and colonel of the 8(»th foot, (descended
from an ancient branch of that noljle house,)
entered early into the military service as an
ensi^ in the Royal Scots 1776 ; he served
at Gibraltar during the celebrated siege of
that fortress. Afterwards in India for fif-
teen years ; on the Irish staflT ; in the Penin-
sula during the campaigns of 1809, 10, 'and
11, and was severely wounded at Talavera ;
subsequently in the Isle of France four
years. In 1812 he officiated as proxy for the
fluke (then earl) of Wellington, at his instal-
lation as a knight of the Bath, on which oc-
casion he was knighted. Created a bart. 6
May 1815; and by another patent, 3 July
1820, with remainder to his grandson, sir
Alexa.vder, present bart., remainder to
the issue male of his 2d da., Isabella Mal-
colm ; »?., 1st, Olympia-Elizabeth, sisterof sir
John Morshead,"bart., and by her had issue,

1. John - Morshead, lieut. 7-ith foot,
killed at the battle of Assaye.

2. Olympia, m. Alexander Cockbum, of
Madras, banker, and had issue.

Sir Alexander-Thomas, presentbart.
.3. Allan-William, lieut.-col., slain at
the battle of the Pyrenees, 28 July 1813.

4. Isabella-Charlotte, m. sir John
Malcolm, G.C.B.

5. Amelia-Harriett, m. sir John Kin-
near Maedonald, col. E. I. C. S., and envoy
to Persia, who d. 1830.

Sir Alexander m., 2dly, Elizabeth-Anne,
da. of the rev. Thomas Pemberton, and by
her had issue.



6. Arthur-Wellesley-Ingers, d. an
infant.

7. Flora-Elizabeth, m., If) Nov. 1833,
rev. Henry Yorke, rector of Winpole, co.
Cambridge.

Sir Alexander rf. 11 Dec. 1824, and was
succeeded, pursuant to the limitation of the
2d patent, by his grandson,

IL Sir ALEXANDER-THOMAS, pre-
sent and 2d bart.

Arms — See Plate 51. Quarterly: 1st and
4th, Campbell, quarterly, 1st" and 4th,
gironny of eight or and sable; 2d argent, a
lymphad or ancient galley sable ; 3d, or, a
fess, chequy argent and azure ; over all a
chief argent, charged with a rock proper,
superscribed " Gibraltar," between two
medals, that on the dexter representing the
silver medal presented to sir Alexander
Campbell by the supreme government of
India for his services at the storming of Se-
ringapatam 179!), and that on the sinister
representing the gold medal presented to
him for his services at the battle of Tala-
vera 1809; 2d and 3d, Cockbirn, quarterly,
1st and 4th argent, an ostrich feather en-
signed with an imperial crown proper, be-
tween three cocks, two and one gules ; 2d
and 3d gules, six mascles 3, 2, and 1 or.

Crests — 1st, Campbell, a cubit arm erect,
the hand grasping a scimitar proper ; over
it the motto, " Without fear;" 2d, Cock-
burn, a cock proper ; over it the motto,
" Vifcilans et aiidar."

Motto — Forward.



KERRISON, of Wick House, co. Sussex.

8 Aug. 1821.

Sir EDWARD KERRISON, Baronet, K.C.B. G.C.H., a Major-Ge-
neral in the Army, Col. 14th Light Dragoons, M.P. for the Borough of
Eye, and Recorder of the said borough, created a bart. as above ; born 30
July 1776 ; married, 20 Oct. 1813, Mary-Martha, da. of Alexander ElHce,

of Pittencriff, co. Fife, esq., and has issue, 1. EDWARD-CLARENCE,

b. 2 Jan. 1821 ; 2. AxxE, b. 16 May 1813 ; 3. Emily-Harriett,

b. 10 Sept. 1815, m., 10 July 1834, viscount Mahon, son of earl Stanhope ;

4. Adelaide- 3Iayxard, b. 16 Dec. 1818, d. 25 June 1821 ; 5.

Agnes-Burrell, b. 20 Aug. 1831.

Sir Edward's grandfather, Roger Kerri-
SON, of Broke, co. Norfolk, esq., m. Mary,
da. of John Osborne, of Kirkstead, co. Nor-
folk, and d. 1762, leaving issue, (besides other
children,)

Mathias Kerrison, of Bungay and
Haxne Hall, co. Suffolk, esq., b. 20 Feb.
1742, m., 5 May 1772, Mary, da. and h. of
Edward Barnes, of Barsham, co. Suffolk,
esq., and d. 12 April 1827, having had issue
by her, (who rf. 15 March 1813,)

I. Sir EDWARD, present bart.



2. Mary, m. Reginald Rabett, of Bram-
field Hall, co. Suffolk, esq., and d. 1832.

Arms — See Plate 51. Or, on a pile azure,
three galtraps of the field.

Crest — On a mount vert, a tiger passant,
proper, collared and line reflexed over the
back, the dexter paw resting on a galtrap,
or.

Motto — Rien sans Dieit.

Seats— Oakley Park and Brome Hall, co.
Suffolk ; and Beccles Hall, co. Norfolk.



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FREMANTLE.— ASTLEY.



FREMANTLE, of Swanbourne, co. Bucks.

14 Aug. 1821.

Sir THOMAS- FRANCIS FREMANTLE, Baronet, M.P. for Buck-
ingham, and Joint Secretary of the Treasury, created a Bart, as above,
with I'emainder, in default of issue male of his body, to the issue male of
his late father, sir Thomas Fremantle, G-C.B., &c., and baron of Austria ;
born II March 1708; married^ 24 Nov. 1824, Louisa-Elizabeth, eldest



da. of sir

1825;

b. 39 Jan.
1834.



George Nugent, bart., and has issue, -
2. Eliza-Maria, b. II Dec. 1826;-



1830



-4. a Son, b. 12 Dec. 1831



-1. Mary, b. 16 Oct.
3. a SON and heir,
5. a Son, b. 12 Aug.



John Fremantle, esq., thebart's great-
grandfather, was the son of John Freman-
tle, a merchant in Lisbon, descended froin
an old family of that name in Hampshire.
He was secretary to the board of Customs,
and d. 30 Dec. 176C, leaving issue,

John Fremantle, of Aston Abbots, co.
Bucks, esq., m. Frances, da. and co-h. of
John Edwards, of Bristol, and d. about
1784, leaving issue,

1. John-Edwards, col. in the coldstream
guards, m., 27 March 171)0, Catherine, da.
of Robert-Henley, 1st lord Ongley, and d.
1798, without issue.

2. Stephen-Francis-William, col. of
the 39th foot, m. Albinia, da. of sir John
JefFereys, of Blarney Castle, co. Cork, bart.,
and d. 1794, leaving issue,

1. John, a lieut.-col. in the coldstream
guards, and C.B., m., 17 Feb. 1829, Agnes,
3d da. of David Lyon, of Portland Place,
esq., dec.

2. Georgiana.

3. Albinia, m. Henry Wells, esq,

4. Frances- Arabella, «?., 29 Aug. 1815,
George-John Butler-Danvers, esq., nephew
and heir presumptive of the earl of Lanes-
borough.

.3. Sir Thomas - Francis, G.C.B., of
•whom hereafter.

4. The right hon. sir William-Henry,
K.G.H., a privy counsellor, treasurer of the
household, ranger of Windsor great park,
and sometime one of the commissioners for
the affairs of India, m. Selina-Mary, only
child of sir John El will, and relict of Felton-
Lionel Harvey, esq.

5. Sarah-Bridget, m., 12 Dec. 1784, the
late vice-admiral Wells.

6. Frances-Jane, d. young,

7. Frances-Henrietta, w., 3. Tune 1790,
the hon. and rev. Archibald-Hamilton Cath-
cart, and d 26 April 1821.

8. Marianne, m. Charles Bishop, esq.,
late king's proctor.

Sir Thomas-Francis Fremantle, the
bart.'s father, was b. 20 Nov. 1700', entered
the naval service, and was a most distin-
guished officer, the friend of Nelson, and



his companion in many of his most brilliant
actions, particularly in those of Copenhagen
and Trafalgar; he was a knight grand cross
of the order of the Bath, of the Guelphic,
and during his command in the Mediterra-
nean (ex officio) of the Ionian order, also of
the Neapolitan order of St. Ferdinand and
Merit, and a commander of that of Maria-
Theresa. He was created by the emperor,
Francis I., 29 Nov. 1816, a baron of the Aus-
trian empire, which title his son, the pre-
sent bart., was permitted to use by royal
sign manual, dated 22 Jan, 1822. Sir Tho-
mas m., Jan. 1798, Elizabeth, da. and co-h.
of Richard Wynne, of Falkingham, co.
Lincoln, esq., and had issue,

1. Sir Thomas-Francis, created a bart.
as above.

2. Emma-Eugenia-Elizabeth,6. 13 June
1799.

3. Charles-Howe, capt. R.N., 6. 1 June
1800.

4. Henry-Hyde, b. 7 May 1802, d. 16
April 1820.

5. Augusta-Henrietta, b. 25 April 1803,
m,, 27 Sept. 1826, sir James Fitzgerald, of
Castle Ishon, co. Cork, bart.

6. Louisa-Maria-Christina, b. 7 Sept.
1805, d. 29 Oct. 1810.

7. William-Robert, b. 30 Aug. I8O7.

8. Cecilia, 6. 18 March 1809.

.9. Stephen-Grenville, b. 30 Aug. 1810.
Sir Thomas d. at Naples, (being then vice-
admiral of the blue, and commander-in-
chief in the Mediterranean,) 19 Dec. 1810,
and was succeeded by his eldest son,

I. Sir THOMAS-FRANCIS, created a
bart. as above.

Arms — See Plate 51. Vert, three bars,
ermine, surmounted by a lion, rampant,
gules, murally crowned, or, and in chief
two plates.

Crest— Out of a mural coronet, or, ademi-
lion gules, charged on the shoulder with a
plate, and holding in the paws a banner,
quarterly, argent, and vert.

Snpportfirs — Two eagles, sable.

Seat — At Swanbourne, Winslow, co.
Bucks.



ASTLEY, of EvERLEY, co. Wilts.

15 Aug. 1821.

Sir JOHN-DUGDALE ASTLEY, of Everley, co. Wilts, 6orw 27 June
1778 ; married, 27 July 1803, Sfy-ah, da. of William Page, of Gosport, co.

Hants, esq., and bv her (who d. 31 Aug. 1824) had issue, 1. FRANCIS-

DUGDALE, b. 5 Nov. 1805, m., 18 Nov. 1826, Emma-Dorothea, 4th da.

of sir Thomas-Buckler Lethbridge, bart. ; 2. Mary-Anne, b. 27 May

1804, ?n., 18 March 1833, George, viscount Torrington ; 3. Sarah,

twin with IMary-Anne.



BOSWELL.



407



The family oi Astley is of great antiquity
in thie county of Stafford. Thomas de
AsTLEY, a baron in the reign of Henry III.,
was slain at the battle of Evesham ; by
his first wife, he was ancestor of William,
lord Astley, (whose only da. and h. m. Re-
ginald, lord Grey, of Ruthyn,) and of the
present bart. ; arid by his second wife he was
ancestor of the barons Astley, of Reading,
extinct in 1688, and of the present sir Jacob
Astley, of Melton Constable. {See that title.)
Thomas Astley, younger brother of
William, lord Astley, above named, was
seated at PatshuU, co. Stafford, temp. Rich.
II. Seventh in descent from him was

Walter Astley, of PatshuU, m. Grace,
da. of Francis Trentham, of Roucester, co.
Stafford, esq., and d. 1652, lea\'ing issue, be-
sides other children, sir Richaed, created a
bart. 13 Aug. 1662, (whose only surviving
son, sir John, d. without male issue, 29 Dec.
1771 > when the title became extinct,) and a
second son,

Thomas, of Eastcourt House, co. War-
wick, m. Jane, da. and h. of Joseph Carver,
of Hether, co. Leicester, and had issue,

Richard, of Eastcourt, m., 17O6, Eliza-
beth, da. of Stanislaus Browne, of East-
bourne, CO. Sussex, esq., and aunt of the
last viscount Montagu, and d. 1718, leaving
issue by her (who d. 19 Jan. 1761) a son and
heir,

William-Francis-Corbet, h. 17"8, m.

Judith, da. of Bickley, (by Judith, da.

and co-h. of William Dugdale, of Blythe
Hall, grandson of the celebrated sir William
Dugdale,) and d. 1790, leaving issue,

1. Francis -Dugdale, 01 whom here-
after.

2. Richard, of Odstone Hall, co. Leices-



ter, esq., 6. 1746, d. 11 Dec. ia31, m., 1784,
Mary, da. of John Boswell, of Wilton, co.
Warwick, esq., and had issue,

I. Richard, who took the name and

arms of Gough, by royal sign manual,

1815.

3. Mary.

Fra.vcis-Dugdale Astley, esq., m,, 27
Dec. 1775, Mary, 2d da. and co-h. of William
Buckler, of Boreham, co. Wilts, esq., and
by her (who d. 23 Sept. 1804) had issue,

1. Sir Johx-Dugdale, present bart.

2. William-Buckler, of Parton House,
CO. Wilts, b. 19 Jan. 1781, ?n., 24 March 1818,
Elizabeth, 4th daughter of Thomas-Ashton
Smith, of Tid worth House, co. Hants, and
Vagnol, CO. Carnarvon, lord-lieut. of Car-
narvonshire, and has issue,

Mary, 6. 1822.

3. Francis - Bickley, in holy orders,
rector of Manningford Abbotts, and Bishop-
strow, CO. Wilts, b. 8 Dec. 1782, m., 19 July
1813, Marianne, 3d da. of John-Newdigate
Ludford, of Annesly Hall, co. Warwick,
esq., and has issue,

1. John-Newdigate-Francis, 6. 20 April
I8I7.

2. Benjamin-Buclder-Giffbrd, &. 27 April
1819.

3. Mary-Dorothea, b. 28 July 1814.

4. Elizabeth-Juliana, b. 10 Dec. 1815.

5. Frances-Anne, b. 18 Nov. 1820.

I. Sir JOHN -DUGDALE, eldest son,
was created a bart. as above.

Arms — See Plate 51. Azure, a cinquefoil,
pierced, ermine.

Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume
of seven ostrich feathers, gules.

Seat — Everley House, co. Wilts.



BOSWELL, of AucHiNLECK, co. Ayr.
16 Aug. 182L

Sir JAMES BOSWELL, Baronet, born Dec. 1806, succeeded his
father, sir James, 26 INIarch 1822; married, 1830, Jessie-Jane, da. of
sir James-Montgomery Cuninghame, bart., of Nova Scotia.



The family of Boswell, originally de Bos-
ville, is supposed to be of Norman extrac-
tion, and to have migrated from England
into Scotland, in the reign of David I.
Robert de Boseville appears to have been
much about the court of king William I.,
who succeeded to the crown of Scotland
1165; his descendants were seated for nearly
three centuries at Oxmuir and Boswell's
lands, in Berwickshire, and in the beginning
of the fifteenth centur^' acquired the barony
of Balmuto, by the marriage of sir John
Boswell (ninth in descent from Robert
above named) with Mariota, da. and co-h.
of sir John Glen. David Boswell, of Bal-
muto, grandson of sir John, d. 1493, leaving
by his first wife a son and heir, sir Alex-
ander, who continued the family of Balmu-
to, which is still existing; and by his second
wife, Margaret, da. of William, earl of
Orkney and Caithness, a son, Thomas, who
obtained from king James IV. the lands and
barony of Auchiiileck, and was ancestor of
the present bart.

James Bos\vell, of Auchinlech, great-
grandfather of the 1st bart., was seventh in
descent from Thomas ; he was of considera-
ble eminence in the law; m., 1704, Elizabeth,
da. of Alexander Bruce, 2d earl of Kincar-
dine, and d. 1748, leaving issue a da., Veroni-



ca, m, David Montgomerie, of Linshaw,
esq., and two sons, of whom the youngest,
John, M.D., was censor of the college of
physicians of Edinburgh, ni., and left issue ;
and the eldest,

Alexander, was one of the senators of
the college of justice, and a lord of session,
by the title of lord Auchinleck ; he m. Eu-
phame, da. of John Erskine, col. in the
army, son of sir Charles Erskine, of Aloa,
and d. 1782, leaving three sons,

1. James.

2. John, in the army.

3. David, a merchant.

James Boswell, eldest son of lord Auch-
inlech, is well known as the friend and bio-
gi-apher of Dr. Johnson; hem., 1770, Mar-
garet, da. of David Montgomerie, and d. 19
May 1795, leaving issue by her (whorf. 1790)
three das. and two sons, Jame^, of the Inner
Temple, barrister-at-law, and a commis-
sioner of bankrupts, d. mini. 24 Feb. 1822;
and

I. Sir ALEXANDER, eldest son, created a
bart. as above, was unfortunately killed in a
duel, 26 INIarch 1822, leaving, besides other
issue, a da., m., 22 March 1826, sir William-
Francis Elliott, of Stobbs, bart. ; and

II. Sir JAMES, present and 2d bart.
Arms— See Plate 51. Argent, on a fessj



408



SHAW.-POCOCK.



sable, three einquefoils of the field, on a
canton, azure, a lymphad within a double
tressure, flory, counterflory, or.

Crest — A falcon proper, hooded, gules,
belled, or.
Supporters — On either side a greyhound,



argent, with liver-coloured spots, gorged
with a plain collar, sable, charged with three
einquefoils, as in the arms, line reflexed
over the back gules.
Seat — At Auciiinleck, co. Ayr.



SHAW, of Bushy Park, co. Dublin.

17 Aug. 1821.

Sir ROBERT SHAW, Baronet, horn 29 Jan. I774, created as above,
M.P. in five parliaments for the city of Dublin, Colonel of the Royal Dublin
Militia ; married^ 7 Jan. I7O6, Maria, da. and sole h. of Abraham Wilkin-
son, of Bushy Park, Dublin, esq., and by whom (who d. 28 March 1831)
he had issue, 1. ROBERT, b. 28 Sept. 1796 ; 2. Frederick, Re-
corder of Dublin, and M.P. for Dublin University, ^». 11 Dec. 1799, m., 15
March 1819, Thomasine-Emily, da. of the hon. George Jocelyn, 2d son of
Robert, 1st earl of Roden, and has issue, 1. Thomasine ; 2. Robert ; 3.

George; A.Frederick; b. Maria ; G. Edward-Wingfield ; 3. Lydia-

Cecilia, b. Sept. 1802 ; 4. Beresford-William, b. 31 Oct. 1806 ;

5. Charlotte, h. 25 Jan. 1810 ; 6. George-Augustus, b. 16

Dec. 1814 ; 7. Caroline, b. 1810 ; 8. Charles, b. 27 Julv I8I7 ;

9. BIarta, b. 15 Feb. 1823. Sir Robert Shaw m., 2dly, 2 July 1834,



Amelia, da. of Benjamin Spencer, of Bristol, M.D.



William Shaw, the baronet's great-
grandfather, was an officer in the English
army, and went over to Ireland with king
William III. ; his 2d son,

Robert Shaw, of Kilkenny, esq., m. a
sister of William Markham, late archbishop
of York, and had issue by her six sons,
William, Bernard, John, Thomas, Robert,
and George,

Robert (the .5th son) was of Dublin, and

d. 2 July 17%". He »?., 1st, Mary, da. of

Higgins, of Higginsbrook, co. Meath, esq.,
by whom he had issue,

1. Sir Robert, created a bart. as above.

2. Bernard, b. June 1775, of Cork, m.
Jane, da. of Michael Westropp, of Cork,
esq., and has issue,

1. Bernard; 2. Robert.

3. George ; 4. Cornelia ; 5. Jane.

3. PoNSONBY, m. Alice, da. of Jonathan
Eade, of Stoke Newington, co. Middlesex,
esq., and has issue,

1. Ponsonby; 2. Henry.
3. Matilda ; 4. Alice.



4. Thomas, b. 1785, sometime capt. 25th
dragoons, rf. in Jamaica.

5. John, b. 1787, m. Harriett, da. of Jona-
than Eade, esq.

6. Mary, b. 1780, m. John-Cathcart Lees,
esq., son of sir John Lees, bart., and d. 182.5.

7. Charlotte, b. 1788, m. sir William
M'Mahon, bart., master of the Rolls in Ire-
land.

Robert Shaw m., 2dly, Priscilla-Cecilia,
da. of ■ , and by her had issue,

8. Caroline, m., 20 April 1815, sir James-
Caleb Anderson, bart.

9. Sylvia, m. Veniot, an officer in

the French army.

10. George.

11. Lees, of London, m. Caroline, da. of
William Chippendall, of London, esq.

Arm^—See Plate 51. Or, on a chevron
engrailed, between three eagles displayed



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