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86 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. BURNETT, Creation 1626, of Leys, Kincardineshire. Sir ROBERT BURNETT, nth Baronet; Valor increases by a wound. 1876; ed. at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 18 ) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for cos. Kincardine and Aberdeen : m. 1864, Matilda Josephine, who d. 1888, da. of the late James Murphy, Esq., of New York. U.S.A. Vrins Argent, three holly leaves in chief vert, and a hunting horn in base sable garnished gules. Crest A hand with a knife pruning a vine-tree proper. ^Supporters Dexter, a Highlander in hunting garb ; sinister, a greyhound proper. Sent Crathes Castle, near Aberdeen, N.B. Residence 3, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. Town Half-Brothers living THOMAS, b. Nov. 27th, 1840; formerly Col. R.A. : m. 1875, Mary Eliza- beth, el. da. of James Cumine, Esq., of Rattray, Peterhead, N.B., and has issue living, James Lauderdale Gilbert, b. 1880, Alexander Edwin, .1881, Ethel, --Mary Bertha. Alexander Edwin, b. 1842 ; admitted a Writer to the Signet 1873. Residence, Edinburgh. Collateral Branch living. Alexander, 2nd son of 6th baronet, assumed the name of Ramsay by royal license, and was created a baronet [see Ramsay, Bart., cr. 1806]. The lands of Leys are held under a charter from Robert Bruce, dated 1324. The ist baronet, Sir Thomas Burnett, though a Covenanter, was much trusted by Charles I., and was a friend of the great Marquess of Montrose. He was uncle of the famous Dr. Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury. The son of 6th baronet, who assumed the name of Ramsay, was created a baronet 1806. BURNS, Creation 1889, of Castle Wemyss, Wemyss Bay, Renfrewshire. Sir JOHN BURNS, 2nd Baronet ; b. June 24th, 1829; s. his father, Sir GEORGE, 1890; is a J.P. and a D.L. for cos. Renfrew and Lanark, and Hon. Lieut. Roy. Naval Reserve : m. 1860, Emily, da. of the late George Clerk Arbuthnot, Esq. [see Arbuthnot, Bart., colls.], and has issue. ^rms Or, two mullets of six points pierced in chief sable, a bugle-horn in base of the last, stringed and garnished vert. Crtst A dexter hand proper, grasping a bugle-horn sable, garnished vert. Seat Castle Wemyss, Wemyss Bay, N.B. Town Residence, *, Park Gardens, Glasgow. Clubs Travellers', Royal Yacht Squadron. Sons living GEORGE ARBUTHNOT, b. Sept. i7th, 1861 ; is a J.P. for Lanarkshire: m. 1886, Mary, da. of Hickson Fergusson, Esq., of The Knowe, Ayrshire. Residence, Lymekilns, East Kilbride, Lanark- shire. James Cleland, b. 1864 : m. 1891, Charlotte M. E. Nugent, da. of the late R. Nugent Dunbar, Esq., of Machermore. Residence, Daughters living Agnes Caroline Jane Cleland. Mary Hay. Brother living James Cleland, b. 1832 ; is a J.P. for cos. Lanark and Perth : m. 1861, Louisa Selina, who d. 1872, da. of the late William Lawrence Colquhoun, Esq., of Clathick, Perthshire, and has issue living, Selina Colquhoun : m. 1886, Francis Douglas Blake, Esq., Bar.-at-Law, of 6.1, Ladbroke Grove, W., Tillmouth Park, Cornhill-on-Tweed, and i, Brick Court, Temple, E.C., and has issue ving, Kathleen Selina Douglas, Marjorie Frances, Jane Alice : m. 1886, Major Octavius Rowe, R.A., Grace, Margaret Cleland : ;. 1892, Charles Montagu Bell Godfrey, Esq., formerly Lieut, ist Batn. Roy. Scots Fusiliers, Bessie Colquhoun. Residence, Glenlee, Hamilton, N.B. Clubs, Carlton, Junior Carlton. BURRARD, Creation 1769, of Walhampton, Hampshire. Sir HARRY PAUL BURRARD, 6th Baronet; b. Sept. 5th, 1846; s. his father, Sir HARRY, 1871 ; formerly Lieut. 6oth Rifles; is a J.P. for Hants: m. 1st, 1872, Margaret, who d. 1885, da. of the late John Anderson, Esq., J.P. , of Rothesay and St. John's, New Brunswick ; andly, 1888, Jane Eleanor Frances, el. da. of Lieut. -Col. Bernard George Griffin-Beale, of Northfield, Wandsworth, S.W., and Brighton. e^rms Azure, a lion passant argent between two estoiles in chief and a cross-crosslet fitchee in base of the second, on