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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 277 To restore an ancient house. BUCHAN-HEPBURN, Creation 1815, of Smeaton-Hepfourn, Haddingtonshire. Sir THOMAS BUCK AN HEPBURN, 3rd Baronet : b. Sept. 3Oth, 1804; J - his father. Sir JOHN. 1833 ; ed. at Edinburgh and Camb. Univs. ; Advocate Scotland 1827; unsuccessfully contested Haddington Burghs 1837 ; sat as M.P. for Had- dingtonshire (C) 1838-47 ; wasCapt. 5th E. Lothian Rifle Vol. 1860-63 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for co. Haddington : m. 1835, Helen, da. of the late Archibald Little, Esq., of Shabden Park, Surrey, and has issue. ^rms Quarterly : ist and 4th, gules, on a chevron argent a rose between two lions rampant of the first, Hepburn ; and, argent, three lions' heads erased gules, Buchan ; 3rd, argent an anchor in bend azure, on a chief of the last three cranes or, Beck. Crests ist, a horse argent, furnished gules, tied to a yew tree proper, over it the motto " Keep traist " ; 2nd, the sun in the dexter chief with a sunflower in full blow open to it, proper, over it the motto " Non inferiora secutus " (Not having follo^ved mean pursuits). nj>- jportfrs Dexter, a lion, gules ; sinister, a heron with a snake in its beak, proper. Seats Smeaton- Hepburn, Prestonkirk ; Letham House, Haddingtonshire, N.B. Club Carlton. SOU living ARCHIBALD, b. March izth, 1852 ; ed. at Glenalmond, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1875) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1877 : m. 1890, Edith Agnes, da. of the late Edward Kent Karslake, Esq., Q.C., and has issue living, a son, b. 1832. Residence, Smeaton-Hepburn, Prestonkirk. Clubs, Junior Carlton, Pratt's, Hurlingham, Lyric. Daughters living Agnes : m. 1869, James McDouall, Esq., of Logan, and has issue living, Andrew Kenneth, b. 1870, Nigel Douglas, b. 1872, Helen Ethel. Residences, Genoch-Duaragit, N.B. ; Logan, Stranraer, N.B. Mary Turner. Emily. Sister living Mary Julian, b. 1802. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late John Buchan-Hepburn, Esq., and son of 2nd baronet, b, 1806, d. 1874 : m, 1837, Margaret Sophia, who d. 1873, da. of Archibald Henry Swinton, Esq., of Warsash, Hants : John. b. 1840 : formerly Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards : m. 1888, Mary Caroline, el. da. of Lieut. -Gen. John Frederick Fischer, R.E. William, b. 1847. Roger, b. 1852. Samuel Swinton, b. '853 Walton Scott, b. 1856. Louisa : in. 1866, Maj.-Gen. Thomas Ignatius Maria Hog, R.A. Mary Turner: m. 1866, William Waller Hooper, Esq. Harriet, m. 1881, Edward A. A. Ranken, Esq. Residence, This family is descended from the old Earls of Buchan. The ist baronet, a Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland 1800-14, assumed in 1764 the additional and principal surname of Hepburn. Herne (Buckworth-Herne Soame) see Soame. Heron-Maxwell, see Max HERSCHEL, Creation 1838. Sir WILLIAM JAMES HERSCHEL, 2nd Baronet ; b, Jan. gth, 1833 ; s. his father, Sir JOHN FREDERICK WILLIAM, 1871 ; ed. at Haileybury ; was in B.C.S. 1853-78: m. 1864, Anne Emma Haldane, who d. 1873, da. of the late Alfred Hardcastle, Esq., of Hatcham House, Surrey, and has issue. ^nna Argent, on a mount vert, a representation of the forty-feet reflect- ing telescope with its apparatus proper, on a chief azure the astronomical symbol of " Uranus" irradiated or. Crest A demi-terrestrial sphere proper, thereon an eagle, its wings elevated or. Residence Lawn Upton, Littlemore, Oxford. Sons livtng-jOHN CHARLES WILLIAM, b. May 22 nd, 1869. Arthur Edward Hardcastle, b. 1873. Daughter living Emma Dorothea. Ccelis exploratis. Brothers living Alexander Stewart, D.C.L., F.R.S., b. 1836; is Hon. The lieavens having been Professor of Physical Science in Durham Coll. of Science, Newcastle-upon- explored. Tyne. Residence, Observatory House, Slough. John, F.R.S., b. 1837; is Col. (Retired List) R.E. : ;. 1867, Mary Cornwallis, who d. 1876, da. of the Rev. Francis Lipscomb, R. of Welbury, and widow of David Power, Esq., Q.C. Resi- dence, Observatory House, Slough. Clubs, East India United Service, Orients!. Sisters living Caroline Emilia Mary, V.A. (Hon. Lady Hamilton-Gordon) : m. 1852, Gen. the Hon. Sir Alexander Hamilton-Gordon, K.C.B., who^. 1890 {see E. Aberdeen]. Residence, 48, Lower Sloane Street, S.W. Isabella. Maria Sophia: m. 1865, Henry Hardcastle, Esq. , J.P. , Barrister- at-law, and has issue living, Joseph Alfred, b. 1868, John Herschel, b. 1870, Alexander, b. 1872, Henry Robert, b. 1874. Frances, Louisa Beatrice, Mira Francisca, Constance Eleanor, Residence, 38, Eaton Square, S.W. Amelia (Lady Wade) : m. 1868, Sir Thomas Francis Wade