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WILLIAM MURRAY, EARL of MANSFIELD, co. Middlesex, Viscount Stormont, Baron of Scone and Balvaird, in the Peerage of Scotland, Lord-Lieutenant co. Clackmannan, Hereditary Keeper of the Palace of Scone, K.T., F.R. and A.S.; born at Paris, 7 March 1777; succeeded his father, David, the late earl, 1 Sept. 1796; married, 16 Sept. 1797, Frederica Markham, da. of William, late archbishop of York, and has issue, 1. FREDER1cA-Louis A. b. 15 Feb. 1800, m., 9 July 1820, the hon. lieut.col. James-Hamilton Stanhope, brother to earl Stanhope, and d. 14 Jan. 1823;-2. Elizabeth-ANNE, b. 13 Sept. 1803; -3. CARoll NE, b. 15 Jan. 1805;-4. WILLIAM-DAVID, lord Stormont, M.P. for Perthshire, b. 21 Feb. 1806, m., 8 April 1829, Louisa, 3d da. of Cuthbert Ellison, esq., by whom (who d. 24 Nov. 1837) he had issue, 1. Louisa-Nina, b. 18 July 1830 ; 2. a son and h., b. 22 July 1835; - 5. GeoRGIANA-CATHERINE, b. 18 July 1807;-6. CHARLEs-John, b. 25 Jan. 1810, groom in waiting to her Majesty, m., Sept. 1835, Frances-Elizabeth, da. of Thomas, 1st viscount Anson, and sister of Thomas-William, earl of Lichfield, and has issue, 1. a son, b. 10 Oct. 1836;-7. David-HENRY, in the army, b. 9 Feb. 1811 : —8. CEcIL1A-SARAH., b. 8 May 1814, d. 17
SIR WILLIAM MURRAY, of Tullibardin, (ancestor of the dukes of Atholl,) m. Mary, da. of the earl marischal, and by her had 4 sons, of whom sir ANDREw Murth AY was progenitor of the viscounts Stormont and the earls of Mansfield; he m. Margaret, da. and sole heiress of James Barclay, of Arngask, esq., and was succeeded by his son, sir DA: vid, m. Jane Graham, dal of William, earl of Montrose, (ancester of the dukes of Montrose,) and had sir Andrew Murray, of Balvaird, and DAvid MURRAY, of Gosparty, the 1st viscount Stormont, who was .#to cu bearer to king James VI., master of the horse, and comptroller of Scotland, and was created baron of Scone, 7 April 1604, and viscount Stormont, 26 April 1612, from whom descended DAvid, 5th viscount Stormont, who succeeded his father, 7 Oct. 1668, m. Margery, only child of David Scot, of Scotstarvet, esq., by his 1st wife, Nicola Grierson, only da. of sir John Grierson, of Lagg, bart., by Janet Murray, eldest of three das. and co-hh. of sir *...*. of Cockpool, eldest brother of John, earl of Annandale, heir male of the Murrays, earls of Annandale, (now represented by the earl of Mansfield,) and by her (who d. 20 July 1785) had issue, 1. DAvid, 6th viscount, of whom here
2. JAMEs, chosen M.P. for the borough of Elgin, &c., 1710 and 1713; he was one of queen Anne's commissioners for settling the trade with France, and after her death resided abroad, and d. at Avignon, Aug. 1770, aged 80.
3. John, d. young. "
4. WILLIAM, b. at Scone, 2 March 1705, was called to the English bar, and appointed solicitor-general 1742, attorney general 1754, and lord chief justice of the King's Bench 1756, in which court he presided during the unusually long period o too, and quitted it only at the advan age of 84, in 1788. On his elevation to the bench, he was created baron Mansfield, and, 31 Oct. 1776, earl of Mansfield, co. Notts, with remainder, in the event of his dying without male issue, to Louisa, viscountess Stormont, wife of his nephew, David, viscount Stormont, and the heirs male of her body by her said husband. This limitation arose from the idea then entertained, but since abandoned, that no English peerage could be granted, even in remainder, to a person actually seised of a peerage of Scotland; and as soon as the contrary doctrine was established, his lordshi was created, 1 Aug. 1792, earl of Mansfield, of Caen Wood, co. Middlesex, with remainder, in the event of his dying without male issue, to his nephew, David, viscount Stormont. The earl m. Elizabeth, da. of Daniel Finch, earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham, but by her (who d. 1784) had no issue, and dying 20 March 1793, s.p., the barony of Mansfield, created by the patent of 1756, became extinct: the title of countess of Mansfield, co. Notts, descended to his niece, Louisa, now countess of Mansfield, #. that title,) and the title of earl of Mans
eld, of Caen Wood, on his nephew, David, 7th viscount Stormont.
5. CHARLEs ; 6. tanni.
7. CATHERINE ; 8. ElizaBETh; both d. tunnn. 9. MARJoBY, m. col. John Hay, of Cromlix, co. Perth. 10. AMELIA, m. sir Alexander Lindsay, of Evelick. 11. MARGARET; 12.JANE; 13. Nichola; 14. MARY ; all d. unm. The viscount d. 1731, and was succeeded by his eldest son, DAviD, 6th viscount, m., 20 Jan. 1726, Anne, only da. and h., of John Stewart, of Inneryntie, esq., and had issue, 1. DAVID, 7th viscount Stormont. 2. JAMES, d. unm. 3. ANNE, d. unm. 9 July 1818. 4. MARGERY, d. 19 April 1799, to whom and her sister Anne his majesty was pleased, 30 April 1793, to grant the place and precedence of das. of an earl of Great Britain. The viscount d. 1748, and was succeeded by his son, David, 7th viscount, K.T., b. 9 Oct. 1727, who also succeeded to the title of earl of Mansfield, co. Middlesex, 1793, on the decease, without issue, of his uncle, William Murray, 1st earl of Mansfield, and his lady, Louisa, viscountess Stormont, at the same time became countess of Mansfield, co. Notts, in her own right; but the barony of Mansfield, being limited to the issue male of the body of earl William, became extinct. The earl m., 1st, at Warsaw, 16 Aug. 1759, Henrietta-Frederica, da. of Henry, count Bunau, privy counsellor to the elector of Saxony, and envoy to the court of St. James's, of the branch of Rouen, by his wife, da. of Gustavus, baron of itz, by his wife, mademoiselle Schomberg, of the family of the duke of Schomberg, and by her (who d. 16 March 1766) had issue, 1. ELIZABETH-MARY, b. 18 May 1760, m., 10 Dec. 1785, George Finch-Hatton, of Eastwell Park, co., Kent, esq., father of the 9th earl of Winchilsea, and d. 1 June 1825. 2. HENRIETTA-ANNE, b. at Dresden, 16 Oct. 1763, d. an infant. The earl m., 2dly, 5 May 1776, Louisa Cathcart: 3d da. of Charles, 9th lord Cathcart, and sister to general William, earl Cathcart, K.T., who, on the death of William, earl of Mansfield, 1793, succeeded as countess of Mansfield, of co. Nottingham, in her own right, (and m., 2dly, 19 Oct. 1797,
her cousin-german, the hon. Robert-Fulke Greville, only brother of George, 2d earl Brooke and Warwick,) and had issue, 3. WILLIAM, present and 3d earl of Mansfield, 4. GroRGE, b. 8 April 1780, lieut.-general, and late lieut.-col. royal regt. of lifeguards. 5. CHARLEs, major in the *}. b. 22 Aug. 1781, m., 21 Sept. 1802, miss Law, by whom (who d. 3 Sept. 1833) he had issue, 1. Louisa. 2. Charles-Robert, captain in the army. 3. William. 4. George, d. 1819. 6. HENRY, C.B., col. in the army, late lieut.-col. 18th light dragoons, b. 6 Aug. 1784, m., 28 June 1810, Emily, da. of Gerard de Wisme, esq., and has issue, 1. Susan-Emily, b. 17 March 1811. 2. Henry-Stormont, b. 24 March 1812. 3. Frederick - Stormont, R.N., b. 23 March 1813. 4. Gertrude-Louisa, b. 4 Nov. 1814. 5. Arthur-Stormont, b. 22 Feb. 1820. 7. CARolin E, b. 14 Dec. 1780. The earl d. 1 Sept. 1796, and was succeeded by his eldest son, WILLIAM, present and 3d earl of Mansfield, and 8th viscount Stormont. Heir Apparent—WillIAM - DAvid, lord Stormont, eldest son of the earl. Creations—Lord Scone, 1605, remainder to the heirs of entail, and their issue male; remainder to his nearest heirs male whatever, bearing the name of Murray, of the family of Balvaird. Viscount Stormont, 16 Aug. 1621, remainder to the heirs male, and of entail, “cognomen et insignia de Murray gerentibus, in feofmentis domini de Scone comprehensis.” . Lord Balvaird, 17 Nov. 1641, to the 1st lord, and his issue male— Scots honours. Earl of Mansfield, of Caen Wood, co. Middlesex, to William, 1st earl, remainder to his nephew, David, 7th viscount Stormont, and his issue male, 1 Aug. 2.
HENRY-JOHN-GEORGE HERBERT, EARL of CARNARVON, and Baron Porchester, of High Clere, co. Hants; born 8 June 1800; succeeded his father, the late earl, 16 April 1833; married, Aug. 1830, Henrietta-Anna, eldest da, of lord Henry-Thomas Howard-Molyneux-Howard, deceased, and niece of the duke of Norfolk, and has issue, –1. HENRY. HOWARD-MOLYNEUX, lord Porchester, b. 24 June 1831 ; –2. EveLINE, b. 21 Dec. 1834;–3. ALAN-PERcy, b. 21 Nov. 1836.
(For the early part of this pedigree, see EARL of PEMBRokE and Monroom Egy.) The hon. William HERBERT, a majorgen. in the army, 4th son of Thomas, 8th earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, m. Catherine-Elizabeth Tewes, of Aix-la-Chapelle, and by her had issue, 1. WILLIAM, d. young. 2. HENRY, 1st earl of Carnarvon. . 3. CHARLEs, b. 1743, m., July 1775, Caroline Montagu, da. of Robert, 3d duke of Manchester, and d. 5 Sept. 1816, s.p. 4. CARoll NE-Robert, in holy orders, (so i. after queen Caroline,) d. unm. 2 Feb. 5. GEORGIANA. HENRY-HERBERT, 2d son, was created baron Porchester, of High Clere, co. Hants, 17 Oct. 1780, and earl of Carnarvon, 3 July 1793, b. 20 Aug. 1741, m., 15 July 1771, Elizabeth - Alicia - Maria Wyndham, sister to George, 3d earl of Egremont, and by her (who d. 10 Feb. 1826) had issue, 1. HENRY-GEORGE, 2d earl. 2. o, 1774, R.N., drowned by the upsetting, of his boat while goin ashore in the harbour of Dijon, in Spain, 1 Sept. 1809, having m., 9 July 1800, BridgetAugusta, 4th da. of John Byng, 5th viscount Torrington, and leaving an joi Augusta-Elizabeth, m., 10 May 1824, sir Francis Wincent, bart. 3. WILLIAM, in holy orders, rector of S orth, co. York, b. 12 Jan. 1778, m., 17 ay 1806, Letitia-Emily-Dorothea, 2d da. of Joshua, 5th viscount Allen, and has issue, 1. Henry-William, b. 7 April 1807. 2. Louisa-Catherine-Georgiana, b. 17 Dec. 1809. 3. Frederick-Charles, b. 25 Feb. 1819. 4. Cecilia-Augusta-Henrietta, b. 28 May 1828. 4. GEoRGE, in holy orders, vicar of Tibenham, co. Norfolk, b. 21 July 1779, m., 1 Sept. 1806, Frances, da of Francis Head, esq., and d. 27 March 1825, leaving issue, 1. Maria-Justina-Frances, d. 5 Feb. 1808. 2. Frances-Georgiana-Caroline, b. 15 Sept. 1809. George, b. 2 July 1812. 4. Caroline-Honoria-Louisa, b. 11 Oct.
1813. 5. Elizabeth-Alicia-Emily-Anne, b. 22
Jan. 1816. 6. Catherine-Stepney, b. 26 March 1818. 7. Agnes-Katinka, b. 15 Nov. 1820. 5. PERcy, b. 1780, d. 1 April 1784. 6. Ala ERNoN, b. 12 July 1792, barristerat-law, mo, 2 Aug. 1830, Marianne, 6th da. of Thomas Lempriere, esq., and has 1. RobertGeorge-Wyndham, b. 12 June 1831; 2. a son, b. 2 June 1837. 7. Frances, b. 5 June 1775, m., 5 Dec. 1797, Thomas, lord Ducie, now earl of Ducie, and d. 22 Aug. 1830. The earld. 3 June 1811, and was succeeded by his eldest son, HENRY-GEortur, 2d earl, b. 3 June 1772, m., 26 April 1796, Elizabeth-Kitty, da. and sole h. of col. John Dyke-Acland, eldest son of sir Thomas Acland, bart., by w (who d. 5 March 1813, he had issue, 1. HENRY-John-GEORGE, 3d earl. 2. Edward-Chanles-Hugh - HERBERT, b. 30 March 1802. 3. HARRikt-Elizabeth, b. 23 June 1797, m., 21 April 1829, rev. John C. Stapleton, and d. 22 Nov. 1836. 4. EMILY, m., 4 Oct. 1822, Philip Pusey, esq., M.P., eldest son of the hon. Philip Pusey, uncle of the earl of Radnor. 1 5. Theresa, b. 6 Dec. 1803, d. 13 Sept. 815. The earl d. 16 April 1833, and was succeeded by his eldest son, HENRY-John-George, present and 3d earl. Heir Apparent–HENRY-Howann-MolyNEux, lord Ponchesten, the earl's son. Creations—Baron Porchester, 17 Oct. 1780; and Earl of Carnarvon, 3 July 1793. Arms—Per pale, azure and gules, three lions rampant argent; a crescent for difference. Crest—A wyvern, wings elevated vert; in the mouth a sinister human hand couped at the wrist gules. supporters—Derter, a panther argent incen roper spotted with hurts and torteaux asternately. Sinister, a lion argent; both ducally gorged per pale azure and gules with chain reflexed over the backs or, an charged on the shoulder with an ermine spot sable. Motto—Ung je servirai. One I will serve.
CHARLES-CECIL-COPE JENKINSON, EARL of LIVERPOOL, Baron Hawkesbury, of Hawkesbury, co. Gloucester, and a Baronet ; born 29 May 1784; succeeded his half-brother, Robert Banks, late earl, 4 Dec. 1828; ‘married, 19 July 1810, Julia Evelyn-Medley, only child of sir
Shuckburgh-Evelyn, and by her (who d. , 8
April 1814) had issue, 1. CATHERINE-Julias.b. 1811, lady of the bedchamber to the duchess of Kent, m., 20 Nov. 1837, lieut.-col. Francis Vernon-Harcourt, son of the archbishop of York; —2. SELINA-CHARLott E, b. 3 June 1812, m., 15 Aug. 1833, William-Charles, viscount Milton, son of earl Fitzwilliam, who d. 8 Nov. 1835; —3. Louis AGEORGE CADOGAN, EARL CADOGAN, Wiscount Chelsea, co. Middlesex, and Baron Cadogan, of Oakley, co. Bucks; also Baron Oakley, of Caversham, co. Oxon, Captain R.N., C. B. and K.M.T., Naval Aide-decamp to the Queen, and a Family Trustee of the British Museum ; born 5 May 1788; created Baron Oakley, in the lifetime of his brother, 1831; succeeded his brother, Charles, late earl, as Earl Cadogan, Wiscount Chelsea, and Baron Cadogan, 23 Dec. 1832; married, 4 April 1810, Louisa-Honoria, 5th da. of Joseph Blake, esq., and sister of the 1st viscount Wallscourt, and has issue, – 1. HENRY-CHARLES, viscount Chelsea, b. 15 Feb. 1812, m., 12 July 1836, Mary, 3d. da. of the hon. and rev. GeraldValerian Wellesley, D.D. ;-2. August A-SARAh, b. 9 Jan. 1811 ;
HARRIETT, b. 28 March 1814.
SIR Ptobert JFNKINSoN (son and heir of sir Robert Jenkinson, of Walcot, co. Oxford, knt., by Anna-Maria, da. of sir Robert Lee, of Billeslee, co. Warwick) represented co. Oxford in the first parliament of Charles II., and was created a baronet by letters patent dated 18 May 1661; m. Mary, da. of sir John Banks, of Kingston Hall, co. Dorset, knt., lord-chief-justice of the court of common E. temp. Charles I., and d. 1677, having ad issue, Frances, who m. Thomas Wheate, of Glympton, co. Oxford; and Sir Rob ERT, 2d bart., who sat in parliament as knight of the shire for Oxford, m. Sarah, da. of Thomas Tomlins, of Bromley, co. Middlesex, and sister and h. of Thomas Tomlins, esq., and had issue, besides several children who d. young, 1. Sir Robert, 3d £art, who d, without issue, 1717. 2. Sir Robert BANKs, 4th bart., m. Catherine, da. of sir Robert Dashwood, bart., and d. 1738, leaving issue, two sons, Rob ERT and BANKs, successively 5th and 6th barts., on the death of the latter of whom, without issue, 1790, the baronetcy devolved on the 1st lord Hawkesbury. 3. CHARLEs, of whom hereafter. 4. JAMES, of Magdalen College, Oxon, M.D., d. unm. 1730. 5. MARY, m. sir Jonathan Cope, bart. CHARLEs JENKINson, 3d son of the 2d bart., was a col. in the army, major of the blues at the battle of Fontenoy, and afterwards lieut.-col. of that regt., 5 m. Amarantha, da. of Wolfran Cornewall, of Herefordshire, j; capt: R.N., and d. 1750, leaving issue by her, (who d. July 1785,) 1. CHARLES, afterwards 1st earl of Liverpool. 2. John, col. in the army, joint secretary for Ireland, and gent. usher to the queen, m. Frances, da. of admiral John Barker, and d. 1 May 1805, leaving issue by her, (who d. 28 Aug. 1811,) 1. Charles, b. 23 Feb. 1779, some time M.P. for Dover, m., Feb. 1803, Katherine, 5th da. of Walter Campbell, esq., and has ISSue. 2. John-Banks, D.D., bishop of St. David's, b. 2 Sept. 1781, m., 8 April 1813, Frances-Augusta, 3d da. of Augustus Pechell, of Berkhampstead, co. #. esq., and has issue. 3. Geor e, b. 24 Feb. 1783, lieut.-col. royal artillery, d. unm. 1823. . Robert-Henry, lieut. of Dover Castle, b.8 June 1786, m., 1824, Harriett, da. of William Baker, esq., sometime M.P. for co. Herts. 5. Fanny, m., 18 Jan. 1805, sir William Boothby, of Ashburn Hall, co. Derby, bart., and d. 2 Jan. 1838. 3. RoPERT, in the guards, d. in Germany, town. 4. ELIZABETH, m. the right hon. Charles
Wolfran Cornewall, who was speaker of the house of commons from 1780 to 1794, whom she survived, and d. his widow, 8 March 1809. 5. JANE. Sir CHARLEs JENKINsoN, 1st earl of Liverpool, and 7th bart., b. 10 May 1727, created baron Hawkesbury, 21 Aug. 1786; succeeded to the baronetcy, 22 July 1789, on the death of his cousin, sir Banks, the 6th bart.; advanced to the dignity of earl of Liverpool, 1 June 1796; and on the 23d of July following, was authorized by his majesty, on the prayer of the corporation of Liverpool, to bear the arms of that town together with his family arms; which were *...*. exemplified to him, to be borne in a chief over the arms of Jenkinson. The earl m., 1st, Feb. 1769, Amelia, da. of William Watts, governor of Fort William, Bengal, and had issue by her, (who d. 7 July 1770,) 1. ROBERT-BANKS, 2d earl. The earl m., 2dly, 22 June 1782, Catherine, 5th da. of sir Cecil Bisshopp, of Parham, co. Sussex, bart., and widow of sir Charles Cope, of Horton Longueville, bart., and by her (who d. 1 Oct. 1827) had issue, 2. CHARLES-CECIL-COPE, 3d earl. 3. CHARLOTTE, b. 8 June 1783, m. James Walter, 1st earl of Verulam. The earl d. 17 Dec. 1808, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Rober:T-BANKs, 2d earl and 8th bart. His lordship for many years filled the highest offices in the state, and was for a long and lorious period prime minister of the United ingdom; which office he still held when, in February 1827, a paralytic affection derived the nation of his services. He was b. June 1770, m., 1st, 25 March 1795, Theodosia-Louisa, da. of Frederick-Augustus Hervey, 4th earl of Bristol, (which lady d. 12 June 1821,) and 2dly,24 Sept. 1822, Mary, da. of Charles Chester, o; (formerly Bagot,) and niece of the 1st lord Bagot. The earl d. 4 Dec. 1828, without issue by either wife, and was succeeded by his half-brother, ganvas-cocio-core, present and 3d eari. Heir Presumptive—None. Creations—Baronet, 18 May 1661 ; Baron Hawkesbury, 21 Aug. 1786; 1 of Liverpool, 1 June 1796. Arms—Azure, a fess wavy argent, thereon a cross patée gules, and in chief two estoiles or ; on a chief (of augmentation) wavy argent a cormorant sable, with a branch of laver in its mouth vert. Crest—A sea-horse or, maned and tufted azure, holding between the paws a cross patóe gules. Supporters—Two falcons, wings elevated proper, each charged on the breast with a cross patée gules. Motto—Palma non-sine pulvere. The palm, but not without difficulty.
3. Honor 1A-Louis A ;
4. GeoRGE, in the army, b. 2 Dec. 1814; – 5. HoRAcE - William, b. 2 Dec. 1819, d. 24 Feb.
FREDER1ck-WILLIAM, b. 16 Dec. 1821.
Of this family, who derived their descent from the British princes of Powys, was WILLIAM CADogAN, of Toestry vach, co. Monmouth, esq., whose 2d son, Henry, was seated at Lanbeder; and he marrying Catherine, da. of Thomas Stradling, son of Robert, younger brother of sir Thomas Stradling, of the castle of St. Donat, by her had W#. Cadogan, esq., b. 5 Feb. 1601 ; to him succeeded Henry, his son, who m. Bridget, da-, of Sir Hardress Waller, knt., and by her had two sons, WILLIAM, 1st earl Cadogan; , and CHARLEs, 2d lord Cadogan; and a da-, Penelope, m. sir Thomas Pendergrast. WILLIAM CADOGAN, 1st earl Cadon, was a general in the army, and on the É.i. of the duke of Marlborough, 1722, was appointed commander-in-chief of the forces; created, 1716, lord Cadogan; and, 8 May 1718, lord Cadogan, of Oakley, viscount Caversham, and earl Cadogan, with remainder of the barony of Cadogan, of Oakley, to his brother, Charles. He m. Margaretta-Cecilia, da. of William Munter, counsellor of the court of Holland, and o her (who d. at the Hague, Aug. 1749) ha two das., 1. SARAH, m. Charles, 2d duke of Richmond. 2. MARGARET, m. Charles-John Bentinck, esq., 2d son of William, 1st earl of Portland. The earl d. without issue male, 1726, when the titles of baron of Reading, viscount Caversham, and earl Cadogan, became extinct; but the barony of Cadogan, of Oakley, devolved on his brother, CHARLEs, 2d lord, m. Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of sir Hans Sloane, bart., and by her (who d. 20 May 1768) had an only son, CHARLEs-Silo ANE, 3d lord. His . d. 24 Sept. 1776, aged 85, and was succeeded by his o son, CHARLES-SLoANE, lord, who was, 27
Dec. 1800, created earl Cadogan and viscount
8. HENRY, b. 26 Feb. 1780, lieut.-col. 71st foot, slain at the battle of Vittoria, in Spain, 21 June 1813.
9. CHARLoTTE, b. 11 July 1781, m. Henry, lord o
10. GEORGE, present earl.
11. Louis A, b. 1 Sept. 1787.
12. Edward, lieut.-col. in the army, b. 25 April 1789, m., at Orbessan in France, 29
ay 1823, Ellen, da. of Lawrence Donovan,
“Fhe earl d. 3 April 1807, and was succeeded by his eldest son,