3 2 4 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. and has issue living, John North Dalrymple, b. 1883. Stair, b. 1853 : tn. 1878, Eleanor Alnia, da. of George Gordon Browne Leith, Esq., of The Hermitage, Ancaster, Canada [see Leith- Buchanan, Bart.]. Resides in Canada. Sisters living Margaret Louisa: m. 1878, Capt. Arthur Charles Van Notten-Pole, i3th Hussars, who d. 1879 [see Van-Notten-Pole, Bart., colls.]. Residence, 7, Tedworth Square, Chelsea, S.W. Charlotte Anne: m. ist, 1875, Lieut. -Col. John Fletcher Hathorn, who d. 1888; 2ndly, 1891. Francis Somerville Head, Esq. [see Head, Bart., cr. 1838], and has issue living (by ist marriage), Hugh, b. 1877, Anne Catherine. Residence, Castle Wigg, Whithorn, Wigtonshire. Catherine Seton :;. 1871, Steuart James Charles Duckett, Esq., and has issue living, John Steuart, b. 1876, Amy Anne Charlotte. Residence, Russelstown Park, Carlow. Daughters living Of 7th Baronet Cornelia. Residences, Huntlywood, Gordon, Berwickshire; Liuder House, Jeffery Street, Edinburgh. Julia Jane :;. 1841, Thomas Shairp Mitchell-Innes, Esq., who d. 1892, and has issue living, Christina: /;/. 1867, James Warren Hastings Anderson, Esq., of Bourhouse, Dunbar, and has issue living, two sons and two daus., Isabella. Resident?, Phantassie, Prestonkirk, East Lothian, N.B Beatrice Ambrosia : m. 1870, George Ramsay, Esq., who d. 1887. Residence, 5, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh. WidOW living Of 8th Baronet ANNE (Lady Anne Dick-Lander), da. of the gth Earl of Stair : 111. 1845, Sir John Dick-Lauder, 8th baronet, who d. 1867. Residence, 13, Grosvenor Crescent, Edinburgh. This family is of Norman origin, De Lavedre being mentioned among the barons who accompanied Malcolm Canmore into Scotland. Sir Robert de Lawedre, a companion in arms of Sir William Wallace, was several times Ambassador to England from Robert I. William Lauder was Bishop of Glasgow and Chancellor of Scotland 1423, and his brother was Bishop of Dunkeld. Many of the family attained knightly honors. The 2nd baronet was a Senator of the College of Justice, with the courtesy title of Lord Fountainhall; and the s_th baronet, who assumed the additional surname of Dick, married his cousin, Isabel, heiress of William Dick, Esq., of Grange, who was in direct descent from the Royal House of Plantagenet. Virtus semper viridis. Virtue is always flourishing. LAURIE, Creation 1834, of Maxwelton. Rev. Sir JOHN ROBERT LAURIE EMILIUS LAURIE, B.D., 3rd Baronet; b. May i6th, 1823; s. his father, .Sir JOHN EDWARD GEORGE BAYLEY, 1871; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb.; was V. of Woburn 1853-6, R. of St. George's, Bloomsbury, 1856-67, and V. of St. John's, I 'add ing- ton, 1867-88; assumed by Roy. license in 1887 the surname and arms of Laurie of Maxwelton, in lieu of his patronymic : m. 1855, Marianne Sophia, da. of the late Edward R. Rice. Esq., M.P., of Dane Court, Kent, and has issue. JVrms Sable, a cup argent with a chaplet between two laurel branches, all issuing out of the same vert. Crtst Two laurel branches in saltire proper. Seat Maxwelton, Moniaive, Dumfriesshire. Town Residence 14, Hyde Park Street, W. Club National. SOUS living- CLAUDE VILLIERS EMILIUS, b. Nov. 25th, 1855; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (M.A. 1883); Bar. Inner Temple 1881; is Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batn. King's Own Scottish Borderers. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. Wilfrid Emilius, b. 1859 ' e ^- at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (LL. B. 1881); Bar. Inner Temple 1885 : m. 1890, Isabel Marion, da. of John Stirling, Esq., of Fairburn, Muir of Ord, Ross-shire, and has issue living, John Emilius, <'. 1892, Sylvia Marion, b. 1891. Residence, Hertingfordbury, Hertford. Club, Isthmian. Cecil Emilius, b. 1862; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. Club, Scottish. Daughter living Blanche Alice May: m. 1879, the Rev - David Anderson, R. of St. George's. Hanover Square, and Chaplain to Bishop of Marlborough, and has issue living, Arthur Emilius David, b. 1886, Gerard Rupert Laurie, b. 1889, Gladys May, Mona Constance Amabel. Resi- dence, St. George's Rectory, 15, Grosvenor Street, W. Brother living Lyttelton Holyoake BA.VLKY, b. 1827; ed. at Eton; Bar. Middle Temple 1850; was Advocate-Gen, at Bombay 1866-9, since when he has been a Judge of High Court of Judicature at Bombay: m. 1852, Isabella, who d. 1860, da. of Anthony Mactier, Esq., of Durris House, Kincardineshire, and has issue living, Stanhope Lyttelton Fector (Club, Oriental), b. 1858 : ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, Vernon Batthyany Fector (of Bombay. Club, Oriental), b. 1860 : ed. at Wellington Coll.; admitted a Solicitor 1885; is a partner in firm of Crawford, Burder, Buckland, and Bayley, of Bombay, Isabel Constance : m. 1880, John M'Adam Gladstone, Esq., who d. 1884. -Residence, Malabar Hill, Bombay. Club, Oriental. Uncle living (son of ist Baronet) Francis (His Honour Judge Bayley), b. 1803; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb.; Bar. Middle Temple 1827; has been Judge of Westminster County Court since 1849 : /. ist, 1830, Elizabeth, wko d. 1838, da. of the late Alexander Macdonald, Esq., of Westminster; andly, 1854, Charlotte, who d. 1873, da. of the late Mons. Frederick Roulet, of Peseux, near Neuchatel, and has issue living, John Arthur, b. 1831; formerly Major 52nd Regt.; served in Indian Mutiny campaign (medal with clasp): m. 1853, Elizabeth, da. of Samuel Sterling, Esq., of Belfast, Louisa Frances (Lady Cornemall) : m. 1867, the Rev. Sir George Henry Cornewall, sth baronet, of Moccas Court, Hereford. Residence, 66, Cambridge Terrace, W. Club, Union.
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