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i 7 6 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Widow living Of 1st Baronet JANE AMELIA (Lady Duke), da. ofW. Bennett, Esq., of Aberdeen Park, Middlesex : in. ist, 1862, Sir James Duke, ist baronet, who d. 1873 ; 2ndly, 1883, Col. Henry Robert Twyford, J.P. (of 3rd Vol. Batn. Hampshire Regt.). Residences, n, Cadogan Square, S.W. ; Belper, Derbyshire ; 24, Brunswick Terrace, Brighton. The ist baronet was Lord Mayor of London 1848-9, and a Knight of the Legion of Honor, and sat as M.P. for Boston (L) 1837-49, and for the City of London 1849-65. DUNBAR, Creation 1694, of Mochrum, Wigtownshire. In readiness. ^tr UTHRED JAMES HAY DUNBAR, 8th Baronet; b. Feb. 26th, 1843; s. his father, Sir WILLIAM, 1889 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Glenalmond, and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1866) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1869 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Wigtown- shire ; formerly Private Sec. to Comptroller-Gen, of H.M.'s Exchequer: m. 1882, Lucy Blanche Cor- delia, da. of the late Charles Thomas Constantine Grant, Esq., of Kilgraston, Bridge of Earn, N.B. [see M. Tweeddale, colls.]. g>rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, gules, a lion rampant argent within a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the first, Dunbar', 2nd and 3rd, or, three cushions within a double tressure flory-counter-flory gules, Randolph. Crtst A horse's head bridled, a dexter hand couped fesseways proper holding the bridle, j&npporttrs (originally) Two lions sejant-guardant, each holding in the exterior paw a rose proper slipped vert ; (granted temp. William and Mary) two doves imperially crowned proper Scat Mochrum Park, Kirkcowan, Wigtownshire, N.B. Clubs New University, Brooks's. Unaer hope. Brother living WILLIAM COSPATRICK, C.B., 6. July 2oth, 1844 ; was Private Sec. to successive Under Secretaries of State at Home Office 1876-85, since when he has been Assist. Under-Sec, for Scotland ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Wigtownshire ; C.B. 1887 : m. 1878, Nina Susannah, da. of Alfred Douglas-Hamilton, Esq. [see D. Hamilton, colls.]. Residence, 8, Onslow Square, S.W. Club, St. James's. Uncle living (brother of yth baronet>^-Thomas Clement, b. 1825 ; formerly in 751)1 Regt. [now Gordon Highlanders], and retired as Lieut. -Col. ; served in Punjab campaign, at forcing the Kohat Pass 1850, and in Indian Mutiny campaign ; has three medals with two clasps ; was six years Assist. -Inspector of Army Clothing : m. 1849, Caroline Adriana, da. of the late A. Matthews, Esq., of Abergavenny, and has issue living, Richard Taylor, b. 1855, Clement Adrian, b. 1871, Frances Ellen. Residence, Aunts living (sisters of 7th Baronet) Jane. Sophia Georgina Antoinette.^ Anna Matilda. Collateral Branch living. Grandchildren of the late James Dunbar, Esq. (ante), 2nd son of 5th baronet : Issue of the late George Van Reede Dunbar, Esq., elder twin brother of Lieut. -Col. T. C. Dunbar (ante), b. 1825, d. 1872 : m. 1858, Louise Agnes, da. of the late Henry William Marriott, Esq.. of Grove House, Bayswater, and Clarendon Lodge, Elstree: James George Hawker Rowland, b. 1862. Jessie : m. 1886, Major Walter Ferrier Graham, R.A. ^Louise : m. 1889, the Rev. Reginald Moseley, Chaplain to the Forces.^ Mary. Sir U. J. H. Dunbar is descended from the Dunbars, the ancient Earls of March and Moray, and is the lineal male representative of the heritable Sheriffs of Elgin and Forres, and chief of that name. The 3rd baronet was Judge-Advocate for Scotland. Sir William, 7th baronet, sat as M.P. for Wigton Burghs (L) 1857-65, was successively a Lord of the Treasury, Keeper of the Privy Seal to H.R.H. Prince of Wales, Keeper of the Great Seal to H.R.H. in Scotland, one of the Council to H.R.H., and Comptroller-Gen, of Exchequer, and Auditor- Gen. of Public Accounts. BUNBAR, Creation 1697, of Durn, Banffshire. Sir DRUMMOND MILES DUNBAR, yth Baronet ; b. Nov. 2 ist, 1845 ; s. his father, the Rev. Sir WILLIAM, 1881 : m. 1873, Maria Louisa Hancorn, da. of the late J. Hancorn Smith, Esq., of Melville Park, Lower Albany, S. Africa, and has issue. Jurats Quarterly : ist and 4th, gules, a lion rampant within a bordure argent ; 2nd and 3rd, or, three cushions within the royal tressure gules, all withis a bordure ne'bulee, quartered azure and gules. Crtst Two sprigs of laurel in saltire proper. Residence Johannesburg, Transvaal Republic, S. Africa. Sons living WILLIAM, b. May ist, 1876. George Alexander Spes dabit auxilmm. Drummond, b. 1879. Hugh Stephen, b. 1881. Patrick Martin Hope will give aid. Borlase, b. 1884.