35 DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. M'CLURE, Creation 1874. Sir THOMAS M'CLURE, ist Baronet^ son of the late William M'Clure, Esq., merchant, of Belfast; b. March 4th, 1806 ; ed. at Belfast Academical Institution ; is a J.P. for cos. Down, Armagh, and Antrim, and borough of Belfast ; was Vice-Lieut, of Downshire (High Sheriff 1864) 1872-86; sat as M.P. for Belfast (L) 1868-74, unsuccessfully contested that borough 1857 and 1874, and sat for Londonderry co. 1878-85 : ;;/. 1877, Ellison Thorburn, da. of Robert Andrew Macfie, Esq., formerly M.P. for Leith. of Dreghorn Castle, Midlothian.
ns Argent, on a chevron, engrailed azure between in chief two roses gules, barbed and seeded proper ; and in base a sword, point down- wards, of the second a mullet or. Crest A tower with a dome proper there- from ; a flagstaff also proper; a banner argent, charged with a rose, as in the arms. bpectemur agendo. Residence Redford House, Colinton, Midlothian. C/ttfo National Let us be judged by our Liberal, Ulster, Ulster Reform. actions. gj r Thomas's family on both sides have been distinguished by their adherence to the cause of civil and religious liberty, and their attachment to the Presbyterian Church. MACDONALD, Creation 1813, of East Sheen, Surrey. Sir ARCHIBALD KEPPEL MACDONALD, 3rd Baronet ; b. Oct. I5th, 1820; s. his father. Sir JAMES, ALP., 1832 ; ed. at Harrow ; formerly Lieut, and Capt. Scots Fusilier Guards ; was Equerry to H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex ; is a T-P. for Surrey, ,and a D.L. and a J.P. for Hants (High Sheriff 1865) : m. ist, 1849, Lady Margaret Sophia Coke, who d. 1868, da. of ist Earl of Leicester; 2ndly, 1869, Catherine Mary, da. of the late John I Coulthurst, Esq., of Gargrave Hall, Yorkshire, and widow of the Hon. Thomas Edward Stonor, el. son of 3rd Baron Camoys, and has issue by 2nd marriage. ^nns Quarterly : ist, argent, a lion rampant gules: 2nd, or, a hand in armour holding a cross-crosslet fitchee gules; 3rd, or, a row-galley, or lymphad, the sails furled sable ; 4th, argent, a salmon naiant in fesse proper. Per mare per terra ; Crtst A hand in armour holding a cross-crosslet fitchee gules. Seat Woolmer Lodge, Liphook, Hampshire. Over sea, over land. Club Travellers'. Son living ARCHIBALD JOHN, b. Feb. and, 1871 Daughter living Mary Catherine. This baronet is a branch of the family of Baron Macdonald, and is, next to that peer, the represen- tative of the Macdonalds, Lords of the Isles, a family of Norwegian origin, long independent of the Scottish kings. So far back as temp. Richard II., Duncan Macdonald, then Lord of the Isles, entered into a treaty with that monarch on the independent footing of a sovereign prince. The Right Hon. Sir Archibald, the ist baronet, was successively Solicitor-General, Attorney-General, and Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer. The 2nd baronet sat as M.P. for Hampshire. Macdonal-Lockhart, see Lockhart. MAC GREGOR of MAC GREGOR, Creation. 1795. Royal is my race. $j r MALCOLM MAC GREGOR, R.N., 5tll Baronet ; b. Aug. 3rd, 1873 ; s. his father, Sir MALCOLM, 1879 ; became a Midshipman 1889. J.vms Argent, a sword in bend azure, an oak-tree eradi- cated in bend sinister proper, on the dexter canton an antique crown gules. Crtst A lion's head proper crowned with an antique crown or. jSuppprtcrs Dexter, a unicorn argent crowned and horned or ; sinister, a stag proper, tyned azure. Clan jMogan " Ard Choille." Seat Edinchip, Loch Earn Head, Perthshire, N.B. Club Pratt's. Brother living ALEXANDER RONALD, b. j une 2oth, ~ 1878. E'en do, and spair nocht. Sisters living Malvina Charlotte (Hon. .">/rs. Granville IV. R. Somerset) : m. 1892, the Hon. Granville Yilliam Richard Somerset [see B. Raglan], Residence, 26, Brompton Square, S.W. Margaret Helen Mary. Maryel Alpina. Uncles living (sons of srd Baronet) Atholl, b. 1836 ; ed. at Haileybury ; formerly "Resident" at Travancore : m. 1878, Caroline Mary Stuart, da. of Sir Robert Menzies, 7th baronet, and has issue living, John Atholl, b. 1880, Robert Menzies, b. 1885, Evan Malcolm, b. 1883, Morna, /'. 1887. Residence, Eastwood, Dunkeld. Clubs, East India United Service, Travellers', Pnitt's. Sir Evan, K.C.B., b. 1842; has been Permanent Sec. to the Admiralty since 1884 ; C.I5. 1882 : m.