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ald, Dep. -Commissary-Gen. at Bermuda, d.

Mary, d. unni. 1837. Juliana, d. 1874.

Mr. Maclean d. Feb. 1830. His eldest son,

Alexander Maclean, Esq. of Pennycross, co. Argyll, J. P.
and D.L., 6. 3 May, 1791 ; m. 6 Aug. 1840, Charlotte Brodie, of John Maclean, Esq. of Elrick, by Margaret his wife,
dau. of Smollet Telfer, of Bonhill, co. Renfrew, and had issue,

I. Archibald John, now of Pennycross.

II. Allan Thomas Lockhart, b. Jan. 1851 ; m. 1882, Amy F.
Malcolm, dau. of Malcolm of Glenmag, co. A.igyll.

1. Alicia, VI. 1872, Reginald Phillipps, Esq., aniirf. 1875.

ji. Charlotte Una Brodie, ra. D. J. Anderson, Esq., Professor

at tlie Royal College, Mauritius.
ui. Maiy Frances, m. Jacob Phillipps, Esq.

He d. 8 March, 1876.

ylrms— Quarterly : 1st, arg., a rock gu. ; 2nd, arg., a dexter
hand fessways couped gu. holding a cross-crosslet fitchee in
pale az. ; 3rd, or, a lymphad sa. ; 4th, arg. a salmon naiant
ppr. and in chief two eagles affrontee gu. Crest — A battle-axe
erect in pale, crossed by a branch of laurel and cypress in
saltire, all ppr. Mottoes— Vnitr the arms. Virtue mine
honour; above the crest, Altera merces.

Seats — Pennycross House, and Carsaig, Pennyghael, Oban,
CO. Argyll.


MACLEOD, NoEMAN, of Macleod, 22nd Chief,
J.P. and D.L., h. 18 July, 1812 ; m. 1st, 15 July,
1837, Hon. Louisa Barbara St. Jolm, only dau. of
the 13th, and sister of the 14tli Lord St. John, of
Bletsoe, and by her (who (/. 27 Oct. 1880) had issue,

I. Norman Magnus, C.M.G., late Capt. 74th Highlanders,
J.P. and D.L., 6. 27 July, 1839; m. 27 April, 1881,
Emily Caroline, dau. of Sir Charles Isham, Bart., and has


1 Emily Pauline, 6. 3 June, 1882.

2 Margaret Louisa, b. 3 Aug. 18S4.

n. Torquil Olave, h. 10 Aug. 1841 ; d. 3 Sept. 1857.

III. Reginald, Queen's Remembrancer for Scotland, h. 1
Feb. 1847; m. 17 April, 1877, Lady Agnes Mary Cecilia,
eldest dau. of the Earl of Iddesleigh, and has issue, Flora
Louisa Cecilia, and Olive Susan Miranda.

IV. Roderic Charles (Rev.), Vicar of Bolney, Hayward's
Heath, J.P. Hunts, b. 18 April, 1852; m. 10 Feb. 188.5,
Katherine Louisa, dau. of Rev. W. E. Jelf, of Caerdeon,
Dolgelly, and has issue, Ian Brece, 6. 4 Sept. 1893;
Brenda Catherine, 6. 12 Oct. IS87; and Eila St. John,
b. 3 Jlav, 18'Jl.

I. Louisa Cecilia, m. 18 Dec. I860, John Moycr Heathcotc,
Esq., eldest son of John Moyer Heathcote, Esq. of Con-
ington Castle, Hunts.

He m. 2ndly, 7 July, 18S1, Hanna, eldest dau. of
Earon Ettingshausen, of Austria and Hungary.

Lineage. — Olave Olois, King of Man and the Isles, who
d. 1237, left, by his 1st wife, three sons, Harold, Reginald,
and Magnus, who all successively enjoyed the kingdom of
Man, which terminated in 1265, by the surrender made of the
sovereignty by Magnus, King of Norway, to Alexander III.
of Scotland, and in the same year Magnus, the last King of
Man, died. Olave, by his Srd wife, Christina, dau. of Farquhar,
Earl of Ross, had three sons, Guin or Gun, of whom the Guns
in Sutherland; Leoid, Lotd, or Leod, of whom the clan
Macleod ; and Leaundrish, of whom the elan Leandrish, in

Leod, 2nd son of Olave Olois, or Olaus V., King of Man
and the Isles, by the Earl of Ross's dau., having been fostered
in the House of Pol, obtained from him the Herries, from
which he (Leod) and his descendants taking their designation,
were, in former times, styled of Herries, Glenelg, and Dun-
vegan. He 711. the dau. of Macraild Armine, a Danish knight,
and by her acquired the lands of Menginish, Bracadale,
Durinish, Lindule, Vaterness, and a part of Trottcrness, and
had two sons, Tormode, w ho succeeded him ; and Torquhil,
ancestor of the Macleods of Lewis, whose successors were pos-
sessed of a great estate when forfeited in the reign of King
James VI. Both the families had the surname or patronymic
of Macleod, but were distinguished by the appellation of Shiel
Tormoid, or the descendants of Tormoid, and Shiel Torquhil,
or the descendants of Torquhil, and by the designations of
" Matleod of Herries," and " JIacleod of Lewis." The repre-
sentative of the senior line, Macleod of Macleod, temp.
James VI., was

Sir Roderick M.\.cleod, of Macleod, commonly called Rory
More, or Great Roderick, who d. in the beginning of 1026,
leaving issue by his wife Isabella, dau. of Macdonald, of Glen-
garry, live sons and five daus. His eldest son and heir,

John Macleod, of Macleod, surnamed John More, from his
great size, was a staunch royalist, and received a letter of
thanks from King Charles I., dated at Durham, 2 May, 1G39.
He m. Sibella, dau. of Kenneth, Lord M'Kenzie, of KintaU,
and was s. at his decease, 1649, by his eldest son,

Roderick Macleod, loth Chief of Macleod. He m. Margaret,
eldest dau. of Sir John M'Kenzie, of Tarbat, but dying Jan.
16C4, without issue, was s. by his brother,

John Macleod, of Macleod, who was served heir 11 Aug,
1GG4. He rii. Florence, 2nd dau. of Sir James Macdonald, of
Slate, and was s. at his decease, Aug. 1693, by his eldest son,

Roderick Macleod, of Macleod, //i. Feb. 1694, Lady Isabella
M'Kenzie, 3rd dau. of Kenneth, Earl of Seaforth, and dying
Aug. 1699, without issue, was s. by his brother,

NoiiMAN Macleod, of Macleod, m. Sept. 1703, Hon. Anne
Frazer, dau. of Hugh, 11th Lord Lovat, and was «. by his post-
humous son,

Norman JIacleod, 19th Chief of Macleod, m. 1st, Janet,
dau. of Sir Donald Macdonald, of Slate, and had one son,
John. He m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of William Martin, of
Inchture, and by her had three daus., Elizabeth; Anae,-
and Rich Mary. His only son,

John, m. Amelia, only dau. of Brodie, of Brodie, Lyon King
of Arms, and dying 7 Jan. 1767, left, with five daus., an
only son,
Norman, successor to his grandfather.

Macleod wa.s s. by his grandson,

Norman Macleod, 20th Cliief of Macleod, M.P., b. 4 March,
1754, who attained the rank of Gen. in the army, and served
with much distinction in India. He m 1st, Mary Mackenzie,
of Suddie, and by her (who d. 1782) had a son, Norman, who
d. young, and a dau., Mary, r,i. Capt. Ramsay. He
m. 2ndly, Sarah, dau. of N. Stackhousc, Esq., Second Member
of Council at Bombay, and by her had,

John Norman, his successor.

Sarah, m. 1807, Robert Pringle, Esq. of Stichill, and both d.

BOon after.
Amelia, m. 1809, Sir J. Pringle, Cart., of Stichill.
Anne Eliza, m. 3 July, 1821, Spencer Perceval, Esq., cldect

son of Right Hon. Spencer Perjevul.

He was s. by his eldest son,

John Norman Macleod, of Macleod, M.P., h. 3 Aug.
1788; m. 16 Nov. 1809, Anne, dau. of John Stephenson, Esq.
of Kent, and by her (who d. 9 Jan. ISCl) had issue,

Norman, now of Macleod.





Torquil James, rf. 28 April, 1821.

llaroldJohn Lcod, d. xtnin. 1846.

Kmily Sarah.

Anne Eliza, m. 2 Jane, 1840, James Osilvie Fairlie, Esq. of

AVilliamficId, co. Ayr, and d. 9 Sept. 1843, leaving issue.
Haniette Maria, m. John Campbell, Esq. of Glensatklell, co.

Argyll ; d. 14 Jan. 1S77, leaving issue.
Eleanor Anne. rf. 3 Dec. 1830.
Mary LowtUcr, m. Robert Ferguson, Esq., M.D., and d. 1

Auk. I8S4, Icavins: three sons and twodaus.
Elizabeth Boma, d. I'nm. 9 March, 1840.
Macleod of Macleod, 21st Chief, d. 183;'), and was ,«. by his
eldest son.

Arms— Az., a castle triple-towered and embattled arp;.,
m.osoned sa., windovvs and porch gii. OrH — A bull's head
cabossed sa. between two flag's gu. staves of the first. -Swp-
porlers — Two lions regardant gu., each holding a dagger ppr.
JIutto — Murus aheneus esto.

5fat— Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, N.B.

C^itis— Carltoa and Athcnajum.

Lineag'e. — David Macliver, Esq. of Kilchoman, Islay,
Argyll, son of Archibald BIacliver, Esq. of Ardnave, Islay,
CO. Argyll (whose other son, John M.vclivek, was father of
Lord Clyde), m. Isabella, dau. of George Stewart, Esq., and
had issue,

Peter Stewart Macliver, Esq. of Kilchoman, co. Somer-
set, J.P. for that CO., M.P. for Plymouth 1880-5; 6.26 May,
1820; m. Nov. 1842, Anne, dau. of Peter Miller, Esq. of
Glasgow, and had an only son,

David, Co!., b. 1843; m. 1875, Elizabeth Anne, youngest
dau. of William Brookes, Esq., J. P., and d. 16 Jan. 1888,
loaiing a son,

Peter Stewart, of Overdale.

Mr. P. S. Macliver d. 1891, and was s. by his grandson.

Arms — Or, on a fess gu. between two crosses pattee fitchee
of the second in chief, and a salmon naiant ppr. in base, a
mural crown of the first. Crest — Issuing out of a mural crown
or, aswansa., collared, lined, and crowned with an eastern
crown or. Motto — Be mindful.

i>Mt — Overdale, Beareden, near Glasgow.


Macleod, Eoeeeick Willoughbt, Esq. of
InTergordon Castle, co. Eoss, and Cadboll, co.
Cromartv, Capt. late Queens Own Cameron High-
landers, 'fi. 29 May, 1858.

liineag'e.— Norman Macleod, 2nd son of Roderick Mac-
leod, fith Baron of Lewis, obtained from his father, in patri-
mony, the Barony of Assynt, and d. in the reign of James I.

Hugh Macleod, of Cambuscurry (youngest son of Donald
Macleod, 7th Baron of Ajsynt, temp. Charles I.), vi. Christian,
dau. of Walter Eoss, of Invercarron, by whom he had two
sons, Angus, whose line is extinct, and

.^neas Macleod, of Cadboll and Cambuscurry, 7?!. Margaret,
eldest dau. of Sir Kenneth Mackenzie, of Scatwell, by whom j
he had (with three sons) a dau., Frances, 9J!.Rose, of Clova.
Mr. Macleod represented co. Cromarty in the Scottish Parlia-
ment, and was one of those who signed the Articles of Union, i
1707. He was s. by his eldest son, i

EoDERiCK Macleod, of Cadboll, m. 1751, Lilias, dau. of
AVilliam Mackenzie, of Belmadutliy, and dying 1770, was s.
by his only son,

Egbert Becce iEsEAs BIacleod, Esq. of Cadboll, co. Cro-
marty, I. 23 Jan. 1764, M.P. for Cromarty, and for many
years Lord-Lieut, of that co., m. 27 July, 1784, Elizabeth, dau.
of Alexander Macleod, Esq. of Harris, and had issue (with
two daus., Sophia and Elizabeth Letitia, who both d. unra.)
one son,

I. Roderick, 6. 1786, M.P. co. Sutherland, Lord Lieut, of co.
Cromarty, and I) L. of co. Ross, m. 1»13, Isabella, dau. of
William Cunninghame, Esq. of Lainshaw, co. Ayr, and left
at his decease, 1863 (by her, who d. 15 Dec. 1878), two sons
and three daus.,

1 Robert Bruce .^Ineas, of Cadboll.

2 Htnry Dunning.

1 Margaret. 2 Elizabeth.

3 Anna Maria, vi. 1846, John Wilson, Esq. of Seacroft.
His grandson,

Robert Becce Sneas Macleod, Esq. of Invergorden
Castle, and Cadboll, J.P. and D.L. co. Ross, Vice-Lieut, co.
Cromarty, Comm. R.N. (retired), 6. 10 May. 1818; ra. 5
March, 1857, Ellen Augusta, dau. of Sir John Pollard Wil-
loughby, Bart., and d. 5 April, 1888, having by her (who d. 8
March, 1884), had issue,

I. Roderick Willocghbt, now of Cadboll.

II. Torquil, b. lt)C4, drowned in the wreck of the Serpent,
1890. III. Norman Cranstoun, 6. 1866.

I. Edith Eliza, d. 30 April, 1860.

II. Cicily Julia.

HI. Ethel Grace, to. W. E. T. Bolitho, Esq. of Pendrca, Pen-
zance, and has issue. iv. Olivia Ellen.

./4rTO«— Quarterly : 1st, or, a mountain inflamed ppr. ; 2nd,
gu., the three legs of Man ppr. conjoined in the cenire at the
upper end iif the thigh, flexed in triangle, and the .cpurs or;
3rd, or, a lymiihad sa. flags gu. ; 4th, az. a castle triple-towered
and eml)attled arg. masoned sa., windows and portcullis gu.
C/-e3t — The sun in splendour ppr. Mottoes — Above the crest,
Loisfim agus soilleirghlm ; below the antique crown, Quocun-
que jei:eris stabit.

Seats — Invergordon Castle, co. Ross; Cadboll, co. Cromarty.


Maclitee, Petee Stewaet, Esq. of Overdale,
Glasgow, s. his grandfather 1891.


Macluee, John William, Esq. of Whalley Lancaster, J.P. and D.L., for that co.,
and J.P. for Manchester, late Major 40th Lancashire
R.V., M.P. for South-East Lancashire (Stretford
Division) since 1886, one of the Eoyal Commissioners
on Civil Establishments, was Hon. Sec. Cotton
EamineRelief Fund, 1862-1869 ; is a member of the
House of Laymen for the Province of York ; b. 22
April, 1835 ; vi. 13 Dec. 1859, Eleanor, 2nd dau. of
Thomas Nettleship, Esq. of East Sheen, Surrey,
and has issue,

I. John Edward Stanley, Lieut. Manchester Eegt., B. 25
Feb. 1869.

II. William George Percy, b. 19 March, 1871.

III. Alan Francis, 6. 24 Sept. 1873.

I. Ethel Annie, m. Edward Sholto Douglas, Esq. of Bexhill,
Sussex, and has issue,

Percy Sholto, 6. 1887.

II. Mildred Campbell, m. John Sington, Esq. of Ravens-
wood, Whalley Range, and has issue, Alan John Camp-
bell, b. 1886; and Edward Claude, 6. 1892.

III. Margaret Eleanor. iv. Constance Mary.

liineagre. — This family is a branch of the Macluees of
the Isle of Man, and was settled at Balmagic, N.B., and
afterwards in the north of Ireland. The grandfather of the
present representative.

William Maclube, Esq. of Tyldesley and Manchester, m.
Anne (who d. 31 Jan. 1856), dau. of — Grundy, Esq., and d.
27 Dec. 1847, leaving issue,

John Macloee, Esq. of Manchester, ra. 20 Dec. 1827, Eliza-
beth, only dau. of William Kearsley, Esq., and by her (who
d. 27 Nov. 1881), had issue,

I. Edward Craig (Very Rev.), D.D. and M.A. Oxon, in. Mary
Anne, dau. ofJohnson Gedgc, Esq. of Bury St. Edmund's,
and has, with other issue,

Edward St. John, B.A.. d. 1887.
William Kenneth (Rev), B.A., b. 1867.

II. John William, of Whalley Range.

in. Henry Martyn, of Maida Hill ; m. Fanny, dan. of Robert
Smith, of Manchester.

I. Mary. i

II. Elizabeth, in. Rev. Henry I. Sharp, M.A., Rector of fl
Downham, and Hon. Canon of Ely, co. Cambridge. He d. •

He d. 4 Dec. 1858, and was s. by his second son, the present

John William Maclure, Esq. ,

Si'rit — Whalley Range, near Manchester. Tou:n House — 4t z

St. James's Place, S.W. Ji

Cluos — Carlton, Conservative, and Junior Carlton. |i


McMahox, EobertMoore, Esq. of Hollymount,
Qiicen'sCo., J.P.,*. 23 Sept. 1831; w. 1st, Aug, 1867,
Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Humfrey, of Cavanacor,
Strabanc, and by her has issue,

Alexander St. Legek, b. 10 June, 1869.





He m. 2ndly, 4 Oct. 1881. Alice Emma, dau. of Hey.
G-. R. Winter, Vicar of Swaffham, Norfolk, and has
further issue,

II. Robert, 6. and d. 11 Jan. 1887.
I. Helen.

n. Kathleen.

III. Alice, 6. and d. same day.

IV. Augusta Mary.

Liineag'e. — Chakles SIoore McJIaiios, w. 1VS4, Isabella
Claiges, and d. 1830. His son,

Major Alexandee St. Leger McMahon, Esq. of Holly-
mount, OT. Catherine Fishbouine, and had issue,

I. Alexander Edxton, of Hollymount.

II. Kobebt Moobe, s. his brother.

III. Charles Joseph, Lieut.-Gen. late R. (Madras) Artillery,
b. 13 Aug. 1833: in. Mary Louisa, dau. of — Lewis, Esq.

I. Isabella Clarges.
His eldest son,

Major-Ge:j. Alexander Euxton McMahon, of Hollymount,
00. Carlow, b. 1829: 711. 1st, 1856, Horatia Anna, dau. of
Capt. Davies, K.N., and had issue, a dau., Horatia; 2ndly,
1862, Jemima Fanny, dau. of Gen. Morden Carthew, C.B., of
Denton Lodge, Noi-folk, and had issue, Ethel, Mary, and
Violet. He was formerly a Col. in the Madras Staff Corps, a
Deputy - Commissioner in British Burmah, and Political
Agent at the Court of H.M. the King of Burmah.

5ea<— Hollymount, Carlow {vost-tovm.)


McMiCKiNG, GriLBEET, Esq. of Miltonise, co.
Wigton, Capt. E.A., b. 24 March, 1862 ; m. 1 Nov.
1893, Gertrude Eosabcl Catherine, youngest dau.
of the late Nathaniel Gore, Esq.

liineag'e. — Ninth in descent from Mahcn Eusid was Sir
OiLBERT M-\cMichan, who TO. Agnes Macdonald, dau. of
John, son of Angus, Lord of the Isles. His son, Joes Mac-
Michan, was grandfather of John, who sold his estate, and d.
in France, 1507, the last of that ilk ; 2nd in descent from
him was

Gilbert MacMichan, whom. Isabel Hamilton, of Killan-
tringan, co. Ayr. His eldest son,

Gilbert MacMichan, of Killantringan, h. 1G47 ; in. 1676,
Janet, widow of -~ Mcllwain, of Miltonise, and purchased
Miltonise from John Mcllwain, her eldest son by her first
husband. Mr. MacMichan was a staunch Covenanter.
Between 1679 and 1G88 he was under sentence of death, and
his lands were forfeited, but his sentence was recalled, and
his lands restored to him by Act of Parliament, William and
Mar?, 1690. He d. 1731, and was s. by his second son,

Thomas McMicking, of Miltonise, b. 1689 ; m. Elizabeth,
dau. of — McHay, of Drangandow, co. Kirkcudbright, and d.
1782, when he was s. by his only son,

Gilbert McMicking, Esq. of Miltonise, &. 1723; m. Jane
Douglas, and d. 1800. He was s. by his son,

ThomasMcMicking, Esq. of Miltonise, b. 1786; )H.Jane,dau.
of John Morin, Esq. of Lagan, co. Dumfries, and had issue,
Thomas, 6. 1812; Eobert; and GiLBERT,who purchased Miltonise
from his brother Thomas ; Catherine, m. John Wilson, Esq.
of Hill Park, co. Stirling; Mary; and Maitland, m. Rev.
John Harper. Mr. McMicking d. 1866. His son,

Gilbert McMicking, Esq. of Miltonise, J.P. and D.L. co.
AVigton, and J.P. co. Lancaster, b. 9 Nov. 1823 ; to. 30 April,
1S50, Helen, eldest dau. of Alexander Macfarlane, Esq. of
Thornliill, co. Stirhng, and by her (who d. 24 Aug. 1888) had

I. Thomas George Torrance, h. 4 Dee. 1853; m. 1890,
Margaret, dau. of George BiUlock, Esq. of Kinlocb, co.

II. Alexander, b. 17 Jan. 1857.

III. GiLiiEBT, now of Miltonise.

IV. Harry, Lieut. Royal Scots, b. 28 Oct. 1867.

I. Helen Mary, ra. 1st, 31 May, 1871, Richard Denman,
oldest son of the Hon. llichanl Denman. divorced him
April, 1878, 7/1. 2nd!y, April, 1879, J. Montgomery Walker,
Esq., son of William Stuart Walker, Esq., C.B. of Bow-
land; 3i-dly, 2 Nov. 1888, Henry William Primrose, Esq.
{see Burkes Peerage, Rosebeby, E.)

II. Jane Maitland, m. 5 April, ls77, William Henry Bolton,
eldest son of Joseph Cheney Bolton, Esq., M.P., of Carbrook
CO. Stirling. '

III. Catherine, y.i. 3 Feb. 1883, Lieut.-Col. Edward Tufnell,
Uoyixl Irish Regt., second son of E. Carlton Tufnell, Esq. of
Lowndes Square, Loudon, and d. Aug. 1889.

IV. Annie Margaret, m. 24 Nov. 1880, Robert Acheson Cromie
Montagu, eldest son of the Right Hon. Lord Robert Mon-
tagu. (See BoEKE'a Peerage, Manchester, D.), and has

v. Alice, m. Lieut. James Startin, E.N.

VI. Ethel, m. 19 April, 1887, Walter Edward Barratt, Esq. of
Kersal, Manchester.

Mr. McMicking d. 1890.

Arms — Az., four fleurs-de-lis in cross, the tops to the exterior
cf the shield, or. Crest — A demi-sa age bearing in his dexter
hand an arrow, at his back a quiver , full, ppr. Mottoes — Ues
non verba; and We hae dune.

McMillan of holm of DALaUHAIEN

McMiLLAif, John, Esq. of Holm of Dalquhairn,
CO, Galloway, and Glencrosh, co. Dumfries, J.P.
COS. Kirkcudbright and Dumfries, 6.29 March, 1833;
m. 10 Sept. 1861, Margaret Thompson, eldest
dau. of Thomas Moffat, Esq. J.P. of Ardnacloich,
CO. Dumfries, and has issue,

I. Robert, 6. 27 June, 1865.

n. Thomas Moffat, b. 28 April, 1S67.

III. John James, b. 27 Jan. 1869.

I. Margaret Robina. ii. Mary Goldie.

Lineag-e.^ — Mr. John McMillan is the lineal descendant
and representative of the ancient family of McMillan of
Brockloch and Holm of Dalquhairn, in the parish of Cars-
phairn, co. Kirkcudbright. The lands of Brockloch were held
originally by the tenure called " Manrent," but when King
Robert the Bruce created the Chief of Brockloch Baron of
Ken, he obtained a charter of all his lands, "blanche ' of
the Crown. The properties of Brockloch and Holm of Dal-
quhairn were united through a marriage in 1741, but on the
death of John McMillan in 1852, Brockloch passed from the
possession of the MacMillans, but Holm of Dalquhairn, which
comprises Upper and Nether Holm and Clenoch, is still the
property of the representative of the family.

John McMillan, Esq. of Brockloch, and of Holm of Dalqu-
hairn, 7ji. 8 Nov. 1781, Margaret Ker, and d. 1 Dec. 1830, having
by her, whoci. 3 June, 1803, had issue, a son and heir.

Robert McMillan, Esq. of Holm of Dalquhairn vi. 27
Sept. 1825, Mary, dau. of James Goldie, Esq., and by her, who
d. 6 Nov. 1870, had issue,

I. John, now of Holm and Glencrosh.

II. James, 6. 1834.

I. Anne, in. John Barber, Esq. of Tererran, and has issue,
1 William ; 2 Robert ; 1 Mary.

II. Mary, ?ii. her cousin, John McMillan, and has issue, a dau.,

III. Jane, TO. Robert Hamilton, Esq. ,F.E.C.S., of Magherabury,
Portrush, and has issue, 1 Robert; 2 Douglas: 3 Arthur;
1 Caroline ; 2 Ida ; and 3 Maud.

Mr. Robert McMillan d. 3 Dec. 1858, and was s. by his eldest
son, John, now of Holm, who acquired Glencrosh by purchase
in 1871.

Seat — Glencrosh, Moniaive, Dumfriesshire.




MAcMuEROGH-MuErHY, Aethue, Esq. of Mona-
molin, CO. Wexford, "the O'Morchoe," Chief of his
sept, b. 4 Jan. 1835; m. 19 Nov. 1863, Susan Eliz-
abeth, dait. of Thornas Bradley, M.D., of Kells
Grange, co. Kilkenny, by his wife Sophia, dau. of
Robert Wolfe, Esq. of Teutore, Queen's Co., and
has had issue,

I. Thomas Arthur MacMurbogh, (Rev.), The Tanist, M.A.,
T.C.D., 6.22 JIarch, 18G5 ; to. 8 April, 1891, Anne, dau.
of John George Gibbon, Esq., LL.D., of Kiltennell, co.
Wexford (sec Gibbon ofNcston co. Clicster), and has issue,
Arthur Donel MacMurrogh, b. 3 June, 1892.

II. Arthur MacMurrogh, b. 22 Sept. 1866.
in. William MacMurrogh, b. 12 July, 18GS.

I. Sophia Rebecca MacMurrogh, m. 28 Aug. 1888, Francis
Richard Wolfe, eldest son of Rev. Prebendary R. R.
Wolfe, M.A.. of Leighton, co. Devon, and lord of the
manor of Ilsington.





n. Gertrude Susan MacMunogh, d. 29 June, 18S2.

in. Edith MacMurrogh.

IV. Mary Augusta MacMurrogh.

Xjineag'e. — This family traces its descent from the Royal
House of Leinster. The Chief retained his "gallow-glasscs "
or armed soldiers in the Itith century, and held his lands as
an allodial possession ab initio. The Sept territory is known
to tliis day as "the Murrows" and embraces the Baronies of
Ballaghkcen, co. Wexford.

Autuck MrKPUT, of Oulartleigh, O'Morehoe, Chief of his
.'icpt (son of Daniel Morchoe, of Oulartleigh, who U. 1G79), m.
1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Knox, of Tagunnun, co. Wex-
ford, and great-granddau. of the Eight Rev. Thomas Knox,
Bishop of the Isles, by whom he had a dau.,
Dorcas, m. John Giffard, of Great Torrington, co. Devon,
and had a son, John, of Kilcorral, co. Wexford, who?/j. 1769,
Sarah, dau. of William Morton, Esq, of Ballinaclash, co.
Wexford, and had a son Stanley Lees, m. in 1S14, Susan,
dau. of Erancis Moran, Esq., J. P. co. Mayo, and was father
of Sir Hardinge Stanley Giffard, Baron Halsbuky, Lord
High Chancellor of England.

He m. 2ndly, 17 April, 1704, Elizabeth, dau. of William
Turner, by whom he had eight sons and four daus. His 2nd

William Mukpht, of Oulartleigh, O'Morehoe, Chief of his
sept, who s. on the death of his eldest brother, Daniel, and
his nephew James; m. June, 1727, Elizabeth, dau. of John
Hawkins, Ulster King of Arms, and had issue, Arthur; and
Cary, who m. Aug. 17C9, Louisa, dau. of George Nixon, Esq.
of Newtown, co. Wexford. The elder son.

Arthur Murphy, of Oulartleigh, O'Morehoe, Chief of his
sept, m. (Lie. dated 29 Jan. 1706), Esther, dau. of John
Tounden, Esq. of Enniscorthy, and by her had two sons and
three daus. The elder son,

Arthcr Mubphy, of Oulartleigh, O'Morehoe, Chief of his
sept, m. (Lie. dated 18 March, 1791) Margaret, dau. of
Rev. Shapland Swiny, Rector of Tenibleshambo, co. Wexford,
and d. (will dated 5 Sept. 1805) leaving issue, one son and two
daus. The son,

Arthur MAcMuRnoGn-MuRPHY, of Oulartleigh, O'Morehoe,
Chief of his sept, m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of John Millet, of
Lismarta, co. Tipperary, which lady d. g. p., in 1828. He m.
2ndly, 20 Feb. 1834, Rebecca, dau. of Rev. John Bagwell
Creagh (see Creagh of BaUyandrcw), and d. 21 Aug. 18G7,
leaving by Rebecca, his wife (who d. 11 Jan. 1889), a son,

Arthur MAcMuRROGfi-McRPHY, the O'Morehoe, now of

Arms — Arg., a thorn tree with fruit, ppr., on a chief gu., a
lion passant, guardant, or. Crest— A lion ramp, gu., holding
between the paws a garb, or, surmounted by a Milesian crown.
Mottoes— Vincere vel niori : and Fortis et hospitalis.

Seat— Monamolin, co. Wexford. liesidence—H, Ailesbury
Bodd, Dublin.


Macnam AEA, Henut Valentine, Esq. of Doolen,
and Emiistymon House, co. Clare, J. P. and D.L.,
High Sheriff 1885, B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., b. 14
Feb. 1861; m. 26 April, 1883, Edith Elizabeth,
jo'angest dau

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