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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 79 Sisters living Frances Matilda: m. 1873, John Willis Clark, Esq., and has issue living, Edward Mellish f>. 1874, William Henry, b. 1876. Residence, Scroope House, Cambridge. Louisa (Lady Bonhaiif) : ;. 1871, Sir George Francis Ronham, 2nd baronet. Residences, British Legation, The Hague; Cranleigh, Knowle Park, Surrey. Janet Sinclair. Widow living Of 1st Baronet Hon. GEORGIANA ELIZABETH (Hon. Lady Buchanan), da. of nth Baron Blantyre : m. 1857, as his 2nd wife, the Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew Buchanan, P.C., G.C.B., ist baronet, who d, 1882. Residence, 19, Manchester Square, W. The ist baronet, an eminent diplomatist, was successively Ambassador to Denmark, Prussia, St. Petersburg, and Vienna. LEITH-BUCHANAN, Creation 1775, of Burgh St. Peter's, Norfolk. Sir GEORGE HECTOR LEITH-BUCHANAN, 4th Barontt ; b. Aug. loth, 1833; s. his father, Sir ALEXANDER WELLESLEY WILLIAM, 1842 ; formerly Capt. I7th Lancers and Major ist Dumbartonshire Rifle Vol. ; present at action of Zerapore, Central India, 1858; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Dum- bartonshire ; assumed additional surname of Buchanan 1877 : m. ist. 1856, Ella Maria, who d. 1857, da. of David Barclay Chapman, Esq., of Roehampton, Surrey; 2ndly, 1861, Eliza Caroline, da. of the late Thomas Tod, Esq., of Drygrange, N.B., and has issue by second marriage. ^nns Or, a cross-crosslet fitchee sable, between three crescents in chief, and as many lozenges in base gules. Crtst A cross-crosslet as in the arms. Seat Ross Priory, Dumbartonshire. Clubs Army and Navy, New, Hurlingham. Trusty to the end. Sons living ALEXANDER WELLESLEY GEORGE THOMAS, b. Dec. sth, 1866: m. 1888, Maude Mary, da. of the late Alexander Grant, Esq., Merchant, of Glasgow, and has issue living, George Hector Macdonald, b. 1889, Alexander Wellesley Grant, b. i8qo. George Hector, 6. 1871. James Macdonald Buchanan, b. 1872. Charles John, b. 1875. Thomas Tod, b. 1877. Daughters living Flora Macdonald. Caroline Elizabeth : m. 1885, John Galbraith Horn, Esq., Advocate, and has issue living, Robert Victor, b. 1886, Flora Macdonald, b. 1888. Residence, 9, Athole Crescent, Edinburgh. Margaret Georgina Jemima. Edith Maud. Kathleen Nora. Jemima Jean. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late George Gordon Browne LEITH, and son of 2nd Baronet, b. 1812, d. 1887: >n. 1843, Eleanor, da. of John Ferrier, Esq., W.S., of York Place, Edin- burgh : One son and four daus. ; the youngest, Eleanor Alma : in. 1878, Stair, son of Sir John Dick-Lauder, Sth baronet. Resides in Canada. This family, of considerable antiquity in Scotland, is in direct descent from William Leith, Provost of Aberdeen 1350. The ist baronet, Sir Alexander Leith, was Lieut. -Col. 88th Foot : his father was killed while commanding artillery at siege of Havannah, 1763. BUCKLEY, Creation 1868, of Mawddwy, Co. Merioneth, and of Grotton Hall, co. York. Sir EDMUND BUCKLEY, ist Baronet; b. April i6th, 1834; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Merionethshire, and a J.P. for cos. Chester and Lancaster; sat as M.P. for Newcastle-under- Lyme (C) 1865-78 ; assumed the surname and arms of Buckley for himself and his issue, in lieu of Peck, by royal license, 1864 : m. ist, 1860, Sarah, who d. 1883. el. da. of William Rees, Esq., J.P., of Tonn, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire; 2ndly, 1885, Sara Mysie, widow of A. Jackson Burton, Esq.. of Chicago, U.S.A., and has issue by 1st marriage. SXrtns Sable, a chevron indented argent, between three escocheons of the last, each charged with a bull's head caboshed of the field, a bordure wavy or. Crtst Out of a fern brake proper a bull's head sable, the whole debruised by a bendlet sinister or. Residences Higher Ardwick, Manchester ; Plas, Dinas Mawddwy. Nee temere, nee tim.de Merionethshire . A either rashly nor timidly. Sons living EDMUND, b. May 7th, 1861 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Oxford Univ. ; is a J.P. for cos. Montgomery and Merioneth : m. 1885, Harriot Olivia Louisa, da. of the late Rev. Maurice Lloyd, R. of Montgomery, and has issue living, Edmund Maurice, b. 1886. Residence, Milford Hall, Newtown, Montgomery. Club, New Oxford and Cambridge. William,. b. 1863. Daughter living Sybil. Buckworth-Herne-Soame, see Soame.