DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 237 Hill, and Domestic Chaplain to Earl of Donoughmore : in. 1874, Blanche, da. of G. W. Hodge, Esq., of Reedsmouth Hall, Northumberland, and has issue living, Geoffrey Cameron, b. 1884, Kenneth Berkeley Mackenzie, b. 1886, Ida Blanche Gordon, b. 1879, Valerie Kathleen Melville, b. 1889. Residence, Crockham Hill Vicarage, Kent. Rev. Melville, b. 1850 ; ed. at Emmanuel Coll., Camb. Residence, Southbrook, Bishop's Waltham. Seton, b. 1851 ; formerly Capt. 44th Regt. ; is Hon. Major and Staff-Paymaster, Army Pay Depart. : m. 1877, Elinor M., da. of J. Kidd, Esq., M.D., and has issue living, Gordon Seton, b. 1878. Rev. Reginald, b. 1853 ; is R. of Berry Narbor : ;;/. 1880, Caroline Harriet, da. of J. Ross Hutchinson, Esq., Indian Civil Ser., and has issue living, Elsie Kathleen Gordon, b. 1882. Residence, Berry Narbor Rectory, Ilfracombe. Rev. Stuart, b. 1856 ; ed. at Brasenose Coll., Oxford ; is V. of Holy Trinity, Kilburn : m. 1887, Amy, da. of the late William Henry, Esq., of Doric House, Bath, and has issue living, Irene Sylvia Stuart, b. 1889. Residence, Holy Trinity Vicarage, Kilburn, N.W. Julia: m. 1871, Richard Fleming St. Andrew St. John, Esq. [see B. St. John, colls.]. Louisa. Caroline. The present baronet is eighteenth in a direct line from King Edward I., besides being a branch of the ducal house of Gordon. GORDON, Creation 1706, of Earlston, Kirkcudbrightshire. Sir WILLIAM GORDON, yth Baronet ; b. Oct. 2oth, 1830; s. his father, Sir JOHN. 1843; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. ; formerly Lieut. -Col. I7th Lancers ; served in Crimean campaign (medal, Turkish medal, Medjidie, and Legion of Honor), and in Indian Mutiny campaign (medal) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for Kirkcudbrightshire (High Sheriff 1868) ; claims the Viscountcy of Kenmure and Barony of Lochinvar: m. rst, 1857, Catherine, who d. 1864, da. of John Page. Esq., and widow of P. J. Joyce, Esq., of Caltra Park, Galway ; 2ndly, 1866. Mary Grace, da. of Sir William Maxwell, 3rd Baronet. Vrms Azure, a bezant between three boars' heads erased or. Crtst A dexter hand grasping a sabre proper. Dread God. Seat Earlston House, near Kirkcudbright. Navy, Scottish Conservative. Clubs Army and Sisters living Jane. Julia : m. 1872, Herbert James, Esq. Residence, Collateral Branches living. Grandchildren of the late William Gordon, Esq., 2nd brother of 5th baronet : Issue of the late John Gordon, Esq., b. 1810, d. 1849: m. 18 , Caroline, da. of Charles Augustus Tulk, Esq., M.P. : CHARLES EDWARD, b. April i4th, 1835 : m. 18 , Miss Isabella C. Campbell, and has issue living, two sons and two dans. John Hart, /'. 1842 : m. 1878, Alice Letitia, da. of the late George Miller, Esq., of Chippenham.^^ Caroline Louisa: m, 1857, Charles Harrison, Esq., M.D. Annie Picciola. Sophia Susanna. Eleanor Augusta. Issue of the late William Gordon, Esq. (ante), b. 17 , d. 18 : tn. 18 , Anne Carr Mowat, who d. 1849 : Ann Eli/a: m. 1840, Martyn John Roberts, Esq., and has issue living, William Scarlett de Lisle, b. 1849. Residence, Grandchildren of the late William Gordon, Esq., great-great-grandson of the late William Gordon, Esq., 4th son of 2nd baronet : Issue orthe late David Alexander Gordon, Esq., b. 1828, d. 1882 : in. 1855, Jane Lawrie, da. of Allan Bill, Esq., of Hillowton, co. Kirkcudbright: William Ainslie, b. 1855; is a J.P. for co. Kirkcudbright. Club, Junior Carlton. Allan David, b. 1857. Club, Junior Carlton. Lochinvar Alexander Charles, b. 1864 ; is Capt. R.A. Club, Junior Army and Navy. Claud Augustus Rutherford, b. 1867 : in. 1890, Alice Foster, da. of the late Alfred Stretch, Esq., of Riley Bank, Frodsham, Cheshire. Grace Marion : in. 1879, Frederick Alexander Walker, Esq., and has issue living, Frederick Alexander Gordon, b. 1884, Claud Wyborn Gordon, b. 1887, Charles Nigel Gordon, b. 1889, Beatrice Florence Gordon, Hilda Alexandra Gordon. Residence, 16, Park Place, Milton, Gravesend. Beatrice Isobel Hilda. Issue of the late John Hyslop Gordon, Esq., b. 1829, d. 1869 : in. 1859, Margaret, who d. 187 , da. of William Napier, Esq. : Mary Winifred. Issue of the late James Gordon, Esq., b. 1833, d. 1864 : in. 1863, Hannah Coleman Warwick Lisle : Agnes Jarnes. The family were distinguished loyalists during the Rebellion. The ist baronet, Col. Sir William, Governor of Fort William, led the descent on the west coast of Scotland at the time that the Duke of Monmouth landed in the south of England. Sir Alexander, the 2nd baronet, celebrated in Scottish history, escaped to Holland after the battle of Bothwell Bridge, but was afterwards captured ; during his absence he was found guilty, and sentenced to death and forfeiture of estates. On his capture it was decreed that the sentence should be put in force, but, after six years' imprisonment, he was released in 1689. GORDON, Creation 1818, of Northcourt, Isle of Wight. [Extinct 1876.] Sir HENRY PERCY GORDON, F.R.S., 2nd and last Baronet. Daughter living Of 2nd Baronets-Mary Charlotte Julia: m. 1865, Gen. Robert William Disney Leith, C.B., who d. 1892, and has issue living, Alexander Henry (of Glenkindie, Inverkindie
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