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148 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. DICK-CUNYNGHAM, 1st Creation 1669, Cunyngham of Lambrughtoun, co. Ayr ; 2nd Creation 1707, Dick of Prestonfield, Edinburgh. Sir ROBERT KEITH ALEXANDER DICK- CUNYXGHAM, 7th JBarontt of ist and 9th of 2nd creation ; b. Dec. 2 1st. 1836 ; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM HANMER, 1871 ; ed. at Edinburgh Acad., and at Bonn; formerly Lieut. 93rd Highlanders; served in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-8 (severely wounded, and medal with clasp); is a J.P. for Midlothian : m. 1864, Sarah Mary, da. of the late William Hetherington, Esq., of Birkenhead, and has issue. T!i path of 'virtue is safe. &rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent a shake-fork sable within a bordure ermine, Cunviighatn ; 2nd and 3rd, ermine, a fesse azure betwixt two mullets in chief and a hart's head erased in base, attired with ten tynes Seat Prestonfield, Edinburgh. (Cheltenham). Sons living WILLIAM, 6. Feb. zoth, 1871 ; ed. at Roy. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Lieut, ist. Batn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Robert Henry, 6. 1875. James Keith, 6. 1877. Daughters living Georgina Maud Mary. Wilhelmina Susan. Charlotte Alice. two clasps, bronze star, and V.C.), and in Transvaal campaign 1881 : in. 1883, Helen, late Samuel Wauchope, Esq., C. B., and has issue living, St. John William Keith, Audrey Helen, b. 1883. Clubs, Naval and Military, Pratt's, New (Edinburgh). Sisters living Charlotte Emily. Harriet Christian Montagu: m. 1867, Major James Alston Clark (formerly of isth Hussars), and has issue living, William James Alston Cunyngham, b. 1873, Henry Charles, b. 1875, Mabel Janet Alston, Montagu Wilhelmina Charlotte, Amy Susan Katharine, Elizabeth Maud, Dorothy Emily. Margaret Alice (Hon. Mrs. At/toll Forbes): ^it. 1876, the Hon. Atholl Monson Forbes, son of i8th Baron Forbes. Resilience, Brux Lodge, Forbes, Aberdeenshire. William Dick, a wealthy banker, Lord Provost of Edinburgh 1638-9, was knighted in 1646, and afterwards created a baronet. He was fined ^64,934 by the Parliamentarians, and afterwards, upon going to London to demand payment of moneys previously advanced upon Government security, he was 11. At his death, in 1655, the title passed to his eldest grandson, who did not irgh 1682-3. noi Having male issue, lie pruuureu, in 1707, it new patent, ui uiiruiicLuy wuii remainder to the second and third sons of his daughter Janet, who had married Sir William Cunyngham, Bart., of Caprington. The 3rd baronet was President of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh. The 7th baronet of Prestonfield succeeded in 1829 as 5th baronet of Lambrughton. CUNYNGHAME, Creation 1702, of Milncralg, Ayrshiie. Sir FRANCIS GEORGE THURLOW CUNYNGHAME, gth Baronet; b. April igth, 1835; s. his father, Sir FRANCIS THURLOW, 1877; for- merly Major 3rd Batn. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regt.), and Capt. 5th Batn. Rifle Brig (Prince Consort's Own) : m. 1st, 1863, Jessica, who d. 1884, da. of the late Rev. William Henry Bloxsome, R. of Stanton ; 2ndly, 1886, Elizabeth Ann, widow of Walton, Esq., and da. of the late William Yeo, Esq., of Appledore, Devon, and has issue. ^rms Argent, a shake-fork between three fleurs-de-lis sable ttt A unicorn's head armed and crined or. jjujiportfre Dexter, a knight in armour holding in his exterior hand a spear; sinister, a countryman, in his exterior hand a hay-fork. Residence Sons living PERCY, b. Feb. 2ist, 1867 Stuart, b. 1874. Daughters living Annie Beatrice : ;. 1888, Innes Stuckey, Esq. Jessie Mabel : m. 1891, the Rev. Harry Gilbert Dickinson. Residence, Longhoughton Vicarage, Lesbury, Northumberland. Sisters living Mary Sophia Thurlow : m. 1858, Col. Robert Broome Baker, h.p. i6th Foot, and has issue living, Robert Francis Cunynghame, b. 1862 ; is Capt. ist Batn. Norfolk Regt., Arthur