DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 305 Issue of the late Mary Elizabeth Sibella : in. 1864, the Rev. John Hulleth, who d. 1883 : Frances Edith : in. 1884, William Berners Wilson, Esq. (Club, Junior Carlton). Mary Winifred Berners. .Frances Geraldine Berners. Grandchildren of the late James Raymond Johnstone, Esq. (ante) : Issue of the late James Johnstone, Esq., b. 1801, d. 1888 : m. ist, 1846, the Hon. Augusta Anne rtnurew waucnope, c,sq. Kesiaence. ine nangingsnaw, seiKirK. <~iuo, junior united service. Henry Beresford, b. 1871. Gilbert Lumley, b. 1872. (By ist marriage), Caroline Elizabeth Mary. Residence, Alva House, Alva, N.B. Issue of the late Lieut. -Col. John Johnstone, b. 1802, d. 1854 : m. 1845, Caroline, da. of the Rev. John Pannel : Mary Augusta (Lady Button) : t. 1865, Sir Robert Jacob Buxton, 3rd baronet who d. 1888. Resi- dence, Shadwell Court, Thetford. Issue of the late Gen. Montague Cholmeley Johnstone, b. 1804, d. 1874: ;;/. 1844, Louisa, da. of the late Lieut. -Gen. Sir Henry Somerset, K.C.B. [see D. Beaufort, colls.] : Somerset James, b. 1846 ; formerly Lieut. R.N. : in. ist, 1875, Cassila, who d. 1886, da of W. Johnson, 1880 ; served on Staff in Bechuanaland Expedition 1884-5, and in the former year raised over 100 Colonial Vol. for Carrington's Horse : in. 1880, Agnes, widow of Capt. Johnston Stansfeld, and da. of the late Joseph Harrison, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Galligreaves and Samlesbury, Lancashire, and of Hadleigh Manor, Essex, and has issue living, Montague Joseph Charles Somerset, b. 1882, Reginald Fitzroy Lewis, b. 1884, Violet Agnes Charlotte Mary. Residence,^ Samlesbury Hall, near Preston. Club, Naval and Military. Francis Fawkes, b. 1849 ; is Major 2nd Batn. Bed- fordshire Regt. : m. ist, 1878, Henrietta Jane [divorced 1886], da. of James Sullivan, Esq. ; 2ndly, 1887, Harriet Lavinia, da. of the late Richard Sargent, Esq., and widow of Capt. Charles Francis Gregg, of 7th Hussars and 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, and has issue living (by ist marriage), Montague Fitzroy Cholmeley, b. 1880, Mary Louisa Leonora, Frances Geraldine Jane, (by 2nd marriage) Charles Campbell Gosling, b. 1889. Club, Grosvenor. Robert Fitzroy Maclean (twin), b. 1859; is Capt. 4th Cav. Regt., Hyderabad Contingent. Club, Cavalry. Frances Mary. Louisa Fanny : in. 1876, John William Pitt Muir-Mackenzie, Esq., B.C.S. [see Muir-Mackenzie, Bart.]. Residences, Calcutta ; Simla. Edith Olive : ;. 1883, Capt. Edmund George Reilly, Bom. S.C., who d. 1887, and has issue living, Noel, b. 1883. Mysie Caroline (twin). Maud. Issue of the late Rev. George Dempster Johnstone, b. 1805, d. 1867: in. 1842, Mary Anne, who d. 1890, da. of John Hawkins, Esq., of Bignor, Sussex : John Heyweod, b. 1850; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1871); Bar. Inner Temple 1874; is a J.P. for Sussex, and a County Alderman for Western Div. of that co. : m. 1878, Josephine, da. Juanita Gwennap, b. 1891. Residence, Garlenick, Grampound, Cornwall. Issue of the late Capt. Charles Kinnaird Johnstone-Gordon, R.N., b. 1806, d. 1869 : in. 1838, Elizabeth, da, of Francis Gordon, Esq., of Craig, N.B. : Elizabeth Mary: m. 1857, Hugh Scott of Gala, Esq., who d. 1877, and has issue living, John Henry Francis Kinnaird SCOTT of Gala (of Gala House, Galashiels, N.B. Clubs, Junior Carlton, New), b. 1859, Hugh James Elibank (of Makerston House, Kelso, N.B. Clubs, Bachelors', New), b. 1861 ; ed. at Radley, and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1883, M.A. 1888); formerly Lieut. 3rd Batn. Roy. Scots Fusiliers, and Capt. Haddington Artillery, S. Div. R.A., Charles Archi- bald Ramsay (Club, Lyric), b. 1863 ; ed. at Radley ; is Capt. ist Batn. S. Wales Borderers, Madalen Augusta Lavinia. Anne Elizabeth Augusta: m. 1872, Lieut. -Col. Robert Smyth Muir- Mackenzie, formerly R.A. [see Muir-Mackenzie, Bart.]. Emily. Residence, Issue of the late Capt. Henry Wedderburn Johnstone, R.N., b. 1810, d. 1865 : in. 1857, Sarah Walter : James George, b. 1859. Club, Scottish Conservative. Issue of the late Lieut. -Col. Francis William Johnstone, b. 1818, d. 1888 : in. 1844, Maria (now of Osborn House, Bolton Gardens South, S. W.), da. of Peirce Mahony, Esq., of Kil- morne, co. Kerry : ^ Mountague Cholmeley, b. 1844. Peirce de Lacy Henry, b. 1848 ; ed. at Balliol Coll., Oxford (M.A. 1876) ; formerly of the B.C.S. ; Bar. Gray's Inn, 188- : in. 1888, Jessie, da. of Sime, Esq. Alice. Edith : m. 1888, Leonard Barnard, Esq. Residence, 4, Garden Terrace, Alfred Street, Ripley. The legend respecting the origin of the crest borne by this family is that the chief Johnston, while at the Scotch Court, hearing of the English king's meditated treachery, in endeavouring to get rid of Bruce in favour of Baliol, who was at that time at the English Court, sent him a spur with a feather tied to it, to indicate " flight with speed." Bruce acted on the hint, and, when King of Scotland, con- ferred upon him this crest. The ist baronet represented Dumfries in the Scotch Parliament, and voted for the Union. The 4th baronet was a member of the Imperial Parliament, and Sir William, the 5th baronet, a member of seven successive Parliaments, assumed the surname of Pulteney, and died without male issue, one of the richest subjects in the British Empire ; his only child, Henrietta Laura, was created Countess of Bath, and died without issue. The 6th baronet, Sir John Lowther, M.P. for Weymouth 1810-11, twice declined a peerage that was offered to him by Spencer Perceval, The 7th baronet was M.P. for Weymouth (C) 1832-5. 20
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