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244 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Duke of Montrose. Residence, Buchanan Castle, near Glasgow. Hilda Georgiana. Augusta, ---Maud Agnes. Residence, Arthuret Rectory, Longtown, Cumberland. Aunts living (daughters of 2nd baronet) Constance Helena. Mabel Violet (Countess of Ftverskam): in. 1851, the ist Earl of Feversham. Residence, Duncombe Park, Helmsley, near York. Helen : m. 1860, Lieut. -Gen. Charles Baring, who d. 1890 [see E. Northbrook, colls.]. Residences, 36, Wilton Place, S.W. ; Nubia House, West Cowes, Isle of Wight. WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet JANE HERMIONE (Lady Hermione Graham), da. of I2th Duke of Somerset : m. 1852, Sir Frederick Ulric Graham, 3rd baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, 32, Pont Street, W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Major George Graham, 4th son of ist baronet, b. 1801, d. 1888: m. 1836, Maria, who d. 1855, da. of the late Edward Hasell, Esq. : Florence Inger Maria : >. 1873, Graham Hutchinson, Esq. (Club, Carlton). Residence, Balmaghie, Castle Douglas, N.B. The 2nd baronet, Sir James, P. C., G.C.B., an eminent statesman, sat as M.P. successively for Hull, East Cumberland, Carlisle, Pembroke, Dorchester, and Ripon, and filled various high offices of State. GRAHAM, Creation 1808, of Kirkstall, Yorkshire. Sir CYRIL CLARKE GRAHAM, C.M.G., 5th Baronet; b. 1834; s. his brother, Sir LU.MLEY, 1890; was attached to Lord Dufferin's mission to Syria 1860-61, private Sec. to Earl of Carnarvon (Sec. of State for the Colonies) 1866-7, and Lieut.-Gov. of Grenada 1875-7; C.M.G. 1877: m. 1874, Louisa Frederica, da. of the late Rev. Lord Charles Hervey, D.D. [see M. Bristol, colls.], and has isstfe. $nns Per pale indented erminois and sable, on a chief per pale sable and or three escallops counterchanged. Crest Two arms embowed in armour issuing out of a tower holding an escallop. Residence -8, Cheyne Walk, S.W. Club Travellers'. Fideliter et diligenter. Faithfully and diligently. Under thy favor ivill I flourish. Daughters living Violet Evelyn Cecilia. Beatrix Margaret Irene. WidOW living Of 4th Baronet AUGUSTA (Lady Graham), el. da. of of John Raymond Barker, Esq., of Fairford Park, Gloucestershire: ;. 1856, Sir Lumley Graham, 4th baronet, who d. 1890. Residence, Linden- burst, Speen, near Newbury. Graham-Montgomery, see Montgomery. GRANT, Creation 1688, of Dalvey. Sir LUDOVIC JAMES GRANT, gth Baronet; b. Sept. 4th, 1862 ; s. his father, Sir ALEXANDER, D.C.L., LL.D., 1884 ; ed. at Balliol Coll., Oxford ; Bar. Scotland 1887 ; appointed Regius Professor of Public Law. and of the .Law of Nature and of Nations in Edinburgh Univ. 1890 : m, 1890. Elizabeth Ethel Graham, da. of the late Henry Hill Lancaster, Esq., Advocate, of Edinburgh. gVrms Gules, three antique crowns or within a bordure engrailed of the last. Crtst The trunk of an oak-tree sprout- ing out leaves with the sun shining thereon all proper, ^upportfrs Dexter, a Highlander ; sinister, a negro proper. Residence 29, India Street, Edinburgh. Club New. Brothers living PERCY FRERE, />. June 6th, 1869. Alfred Hamilton, b. 1872. Sisters living Julia Mary. Sylvia. Susan Ferrier. Aunt living (daughter of 7th Baronet) Anna Frances : m. 1851, William Marcus Westermann, Esq. Residence, WidOW living Of 8th Baronet SUSAN (Lady Grant), da. of James Frederic Ferrier, Esq., Pro- fessor of Moral Philosophy in St. Andrews Univ. : m. 1859, Sir Alexander Grant, D.C.L., LL.D., who d. 1884. Residence, St. Andrews, N.B. This baronetcy was conferred with remainder to heirs male whatsoever, and on the death of the ist baronet without issue the title was assumed by Patrick Grant, Esq., of Inverladinen, a distant relative, and his claim was admitted by the Lyon King of Arms. The 6th baronet, M.P. for Cam- bridge, was Chairman of Committees in Parliament 1826-30, a member of the Board of Control 1835, and subsequently a Commissioner for Auditing the Public Accounts. The 8th baronet was Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Edinburgh University 1868-84.