DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 245 GRANT, Creation 1705, of Monymusk, Aberdeenshire. ich man his own. ^tr ARTHUR HENRY GRANT, Qth Baronet, son of the late Capt. Arthur Grant, R. N., and grandson of the late Rev. James Francis Grant, 2nd son of 3rd Baronet; b. 1849; s. his kinsman, Sir Francis William, 1887 ; ed. at Radley. and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (M.A. 1873) ; formerly Lieut. 27th Regt. ; is Capt. and Hon. Major Hamp- shire Veo. Cav., Hon. Col. 1st Aberdeen R.E. Vol., a J.P. for Hampshire, and a J.F. and D.L. for Aber- deenshire ; unsuccessfully contested Aberdeenshire, W. Div. (C) 1892 : m. 1878, Mary, el. da. of Henry Sholto Douglas, Esq. (formerly Capt. 42nd Roy. Highlanders) of Moorlands, Bitterne, Hants, and has issue. ,JArms Gules, three antique crowns or within a bordure ermine. Crtst A Bible displayed proper. Supporters Two angels proper. Seats Monymusk, Aberdeen, N.B. ; Abbottswood, Romsey, Hants. Clubs Junior Carlton, Cavalry. Sons living ARTHUR, b. 1879. William Douglas, b. 1880. Sister living Adela Annie Churchill : ;. 1885, Robert Gray Cobham, Esq. Residence, Hurst Grange, Twyford, Berks. WidOW living Of 8th Baronet Laura (Lady Grant), da. of the late John Eraser, Esq., of Bunchrew, co. _ Inverness ; m. 1886, Sir Francis William Grant, 8th baronet, who d. 1887. Residence, Logic Elphinstone, by Aberdeen. Lord -mill provide. The 2nd baronet was many years M. P. for Aberdeenshire. MACPHERSON-GRANT, Creation 1838, of Ballindalloch, Elgin. Ense et animo. With STVord and courage. Sir GEORGE MACPHERSON-GRANT, 3rd Baronet; b. Aug. I2th, 1839 ; s. his father, .Sir JOHN, 1850; ed. at Harrow, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B. A.. 1861) ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for cos. Banff, Elgin, and Inverness; sat as M.P. for Elgin and Nairn (L) 1879-86, when he was defeated : m. 1861, Frances Elizabeth, da. of the late Rev. Roger Pocklington, V. of Walesby, Notts, and has issue. ^rins Quarterly : ist and 4th, gules, a target between three antique crowns or, Grant of Balhndalloch ; 2nd and 3rd, per fesse or and azure a lymphad of the first, masts, oars, and tacking proper, ensigned gules between a hand couped fessewise holding a dagger in pale in the dexter, and in the sinister a cross-crosslet fitchee gules, all within a bordure of the last, Macplierson of Invereshie. Crests ist, a dexter hand erect holding a dirk in pale proper ; 2nd, a cat sejant-guardant proper with fore-foot erect. jinpportars Dexter, a naked man proper wreathed about the loins and in his exterior hand a club ; sinister, a Highlander armed with a steel cap on his head, a target on his interior arm, and a drawn broadsword in his exterior hand. Seats Ballindalloch Castle, Elgin ; Invereshie House, Inverness, N.B. Club Brooks's. Daughter living- Mabel Lucy. nd D.L. for co. Argyll, and a J.P. Junior United Service. Sister living Helen Anne Amelia. The ist baronet, who assumed the additional surname of Grant, was M. P. for Sutherlandshire. Grant-Suttie, see Suttie. Grattan-Bellew, see Bellew. Graves-Sawle, see Sawle. Steel-Graves now Steele, see Steele.
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