DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 313 King, of Birness, a cadet of the house, served as Lieut. -Gen. under Gustavus Adolphus, and also, subsequently, to King Charles I. ; by the latter he was created, 1642, Baron Eythin in the Peerage of Scotland ; he was also created by Queen Christina, Baron Sanshult, of Calmar, in Sweden, but dying, s.f., at Stockholm, 1652, his peerages became extinct. Dr. William King, an eminent Archbishop of Dublin 1703-29, was another member of the family. The baronet's immediate ancestor settled in cp. Fermanagh in the reign of Charles I., where he subsequently purchased Corrard and Gola (an- ciently Gaula, the seat of a Dominican monastery). The ist baronet, Sir Abraham Bradley, great Ereat-grandson of the first proprietor of Corrard, was High Sheriff of the city of Dublin 1801-2, and ord Mayor 1812-13 ?nd 1820-21, in which latter year he had the honor of entertaining George IV., when he had the distinction (then without precedent) conferred upon him of being created a baronet by the Sovereign in person. KING, Creation 1888, of Campsie, Stirlingshire. Honos industris P re- ^f r j AMF .s KING, ist Baronet, el. son of the late J^ n King, Esq., of Campsie. N.B. ; b. July I3th, 1830; ed. at Glasgow Univ. (Hon. LL. D. 1885) ; was Chm. of Executive Council of Glasgow International Exhibition 1888; formerly Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Chm. of Clyde Trustees : is a J. P. and D.L. for cos. Lanark and Stirling, Additional Member of Crofter Colonization Board, Chancellor's Assessor in Univ. Court of Glasgow, and a Member of Commn. of W. Highlands and Islands of Scotland ; K.B. 1887 : m. 1861, Marian, da. of William Westall, Esq., of Streatham Common, S.W., and has issue. iniuni. Honour is the t industry. ward f " a ^rins Azure, on a fesse argent between a lion's head erased or langued gules in chief, and two billets of the third in base, three round-buckles of the field. Crtst A redbreast proper. Seat Campsie, Stirlingshire. Residence 12, Claremount Terrace, Glasgow. Clubs Conservative, University (Edinburgh), Western (Glasgow). - . Sons living JOHN WESTALL, b. Jan. iqth, 1863 : is a J.P. for Lanarkshire, and Major 4th - Vol. Batn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). William James, b. 1864 ; ed. at Oxford Univ. (B.A. 1887) ; is an Advocate of Edinburgh. Alfred Charles, b. 1866. James Edward, b. 1875. Daughters living Ethel Marian. Edith Christina. Brothers living Charles Macintosh, b. 1836 ; ed. at Glasgow Univ. ; is Hon. Col. 4th Vol. Batn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), and a J.P. forces. Stirling and Lanark: m. 1867, Jane Margaret, da. of the late Dr. Andrews Buchanan, Professor of Institute of Medicine in Glasgow Univ., and has issue living, Andrew, b. 1875, Charles Macintosh, b. 1876, Walter Buchanan, b. 1878, Robert Buchanan, b. 1881, Jeanie Buchanan, b. 1869, Christina Macnie, b. 1872, Marion Buchanan, b. 1874. Residence, Autermony House, Milton of Campsie, N.B. Robert, b. 1837 ; is a J.P. forco. Renfrew. Residence, Levernholme, Renfrewshire. Sisters living Isabella, b. 1832: m. 1852, Robert Stewart, Esq., who d. 1886, and has issue living. Residence, Murdostoun Castle, Lanarkshire.^ Jessie Callander, /'. 1839. DUCKWORTH-KING, Creation 1792, of Bellevue, Kent. Sir DUDLEY GORDON ALAN DUCKWORTH-KING, 5th Baronet ; b. Nov. 28th, 1851 ; s. his father, Adm. Sir GEORGE ST. VINCENT, K.C.B., 1891 ; formerly Major Welsh Regt ; was sometime A.D.C. to Lord Lieut, of Ireland ; served on Commissariat and Transport Staff in Suakin expedition 1885 (medal with clasp) : m. 1890, Eva Mary, da. of the late Maj.-Gen. Ralph Gore, and has i>sue. 5rms Quarterly : ist and 4th sable, a lion rampant erminois between three crosses patee-fitchee or, King ; 2nd and 3rd argent, on a chevron azure, between two ducks proper in chief, and a naval crown of the second in base, a bomb fired between two estoiles or. on a chief of the second the words " St. Domingo," within a branch of laurel entwined with another of oak or, Duckworth, Crests ist, a lion's jamb erased and erect sable, grasping a cross-patee as in jhe arms ; 2nd, a tower, the battlements partly demolished argent, from the top flames issuant proper ; on the sinister side a sea-lion erect azure, the paws pressing against the tower. Seat Wear House, Exeter. Club Naval and Military. Jamais sans esperance. !'ever without hope. Son living GEORGE HENRY JAMES, b. June 8th, i8qi. Sister living Anne Louisa Caroline. Residence, 28, Gloucester Street, Warwick Square, S.W. Uncle living (son of 2nd baronet) Henry Robert Cornwallis KING, b. 1812; is a retired Lieut. - CoL Madras Cav. : in. 1837, Evelena Maria Augusta, da. of the late Charles Searle, Esq., M.D., and has issue living, Richard Duckworth (Clubs, Boodle's, United Service), b. 1840; became Capt. 1877, and Rear- Adm. 1892 ; served in Expedition to Black Sea 1854-6 (medal with two clasps, and Turkish war medal), and in Chinese war 1857-60 (medal with two clasps); was an A.D.C. to H..M. 1889-92, and Sup. of Sheerness Dockyard 1890 92 : in. 1873, Julia Metcalfe, da. of the late Samuel Hall Egginton, Esq., of North Ferriby, Yorkshire, and has issue living, Mabel Duckworth, Gladys Duckworth, Maria Evelina Sarah. Residence.
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