488 DEBRETTS ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Edward Scott, 3rd baronet of ist, and 2nd baronet of 2nd, creation, who d. 1863 : 2ndly, 1868, Edward Pakenham Alderson, Esq., who d. 1876, el. son of the late Hon. Sir Edward Hall Alderson, a Bjron of the Exchequer. Residences, Great Barr Hall, Birmingham ; 97, Eaton Square, S.W. Collateral Branches living (in remainder to Baronetcy of Great Barr). Grandchild of the late Rev. William Scott (infra) : Issue of the late Capt. Edward Scott, R.N., b. 1824, d. 1863 : >. 1862 : DOUGLAS EDWARD, b. 1863. Issue of the late Rev. William Scott, 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 1795, d, 1829 : >. 1818, Maria, who d. 1850, da. of the Rev. Henry Gabell, D.D. : Douglas, b. 1827 ; entered Madras Army 1846, and retired as Maj.-Gen. 1879 : m. 1860, Henrietta Belle, who d, 1890, widow of Baron de Bodisco, Russian Ambassador to U.S.A., and has issue living, Frances Mary Douglas: m. 1886, Capt. Henry Philip Picot, I.S.C. Residence, 7, Redcliffe Gardens, Southsea. Frances Maria. Lucy : HI. 1857, Maj.-Gen. William Henry Edgcome, R.E. Residence, Pine Wood, Sunninghill, Berks. (In special remainder to Baronetcy of Har ting ton) : Sir ALEXANDER FULLER-ACLAND-HOOD, 4th baronet. The ist baronet (of Great Barr, creation April 1806) was M.P. for Worcester 1802-6, and his son the 2nd baronet, sat as M.P. for Lichfield 1831-7. The 3rd baronet of ist, and 2nd baronet of 2nd creation, inherited at his birth the baronetcy of his maternal grandfather, Sir Hugh Bateman, of Hartington, who had, in Dec. 1806, been created a baronet, with remainder (primogeniturely) to the male descendants of his daughters, Catherine Juliana (afterwards wife of Sir Edward Dolman Scott, 2nd baronet [ante], and Amelia Anne (afterwards wife of Sir Alexander Hood, 2nd baronet of St. Audries). SCOTT, Creation 1806, of Dunninald, Forfarshire. Sir FRANCIS DAVID SIBBALD SCOTT, 4th Baronet ; b. March 3Oth, 1851 ; s. his father, Sir JAMES SIBBALD DAVID SCOTT, 1885 ; en- tered R.N. 1864, and became Lieut. 1874 ; retired 1889 : m. 1878, Jane Catharine, only da. of the late A. A. Pearson, Esq., of Luce, Dumfries, and has issue. Srms Quarterly : ist and 4th, argent, a fesse em- battled counter-embattled, between three lions' heads erased gules ; 2nd and 3rd, gules, on a chevron argent three mullets sable. Crtst A lion's head as in the arms. jiupportirs Dexter, an heraldic tiger proper, gorged with an antique crown or ; sinister, a stag proper, horned or, collared gules, holding in his mouth a thistle proper. jScronir IfKotto " Tace aut face" (Be silent, or do). Residence The Firs, Newbury, Berks. Club Naval and Military. Strength is increased by hope. Son living-FRANCis MONTAGU SIBBALD, *. July 23 rd, 1885. Daughters living Ethel Harriet Sibbald. Florence Octavia Sibbald. Beatrice Ellen Cecilia Sibbald. Constance Mary Sibbald. Sisters living Henrietta Caroline Sibbald. Florence Louisa Sibbald : m. 1873, Lieut.-Col. Banks Robinson Greig, formerly R.A., and has issue living, Ronald Henry, b. 1876, Sidney Francis David, b. 1883, Gerald William, *. 1889, Brenda Ellen, Florence Hilda Sibbald. Maria Cecilia Sibbald. Lilian Edith Sibbald. Uncle living Montagu David, (son of 2nd Baronet), b. 1818 ; ed. at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1840, M.A. 1864) ; Bar. Middle Temple 1840; is a J.P. and a D.L, for Sussex, and a J.P. for Middlesex and Westminster; sat as M.P. for Sussex East (C) 1874-85, having been defeated in 1868: m. 1848, Margaret, who d. 1884, only da. of the late James Briggs, Esq., of The Oatlands, Herts, and has issue living, Mabel Montagu (Lady Gordon): m. 1870, Sir Seton Gordon, nth baronet. Residence, Hove, Brighton. Clubs, Carlton, St. Stephen's. WidOW living Of 3rd Baronet HARRIET ANNE(Z.O^ Scott), da., of the late Henry Shank, Esq., of Castleng, and Gleniston, co. Fife: m. 1844, Sir James Sibbald David Scott, 3rd baronet, who d. 1885. Residences, 18, Cornwall Gardens, Queen's Gate, S.W. ; Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire. The 2nd baronet was M.P. for Yarmouth. SCOTT, Creation 1821, of Lytchett Minster, Dorsetshire. Sir SAMUEL EDWARD SCOTT, 6th Baronet ; b. Oct. 25th. 1873 ; s. his father, Sir EDWARD HENRY, 1883 ; ed. at Eton. ^rms Per pale indented argent and pean, a saltire counterchanged. Cwst Out of park pales ermine, an arm erect, vested per pale, indented argent and gules, cuffed azure, holding in the hand a scroll proper. Seats Sundridge Park, Bromley, Kent ; North Harris, Invetness-shire. Club Bachelors'. Brother living HENRY FARQUHAR, b. Oct. i 9 th, 1875. Sisters living Mabel Emilie: m. 1888, as his second wife, Capt. Philip Green, formerly gth Lancers. Residences, 10, Upper Brook Street, W. ; Villa Clementine, Cannes Anne Louisa (Viscountess Ma.rsha.nt) : in. 1890, Viscount Marsham, el. son of 4th Earl of Romney. Residence, 2, Herbert Crescent, S.W Mary: m. 1891, Arthur William Henry Hay, Esq. [see E. Kinnoull], Residences, 19, Hill Street, W. ; Ashton Keynes, Wilts.
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