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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 517 STIRLING, Creation 1800, of Faskiue, Lanarkshire. Sir WALTER GEORGE STIRLING, 3rd Baronet; b. Sept. 6th, 1839; s. his father, Sir WALTER GEORGE, 1888 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Roy. Mil. Acad. , Woolwich ; formerly Capt. R. H. A., and Gov. to H.R. H. Prince Leopold: appointed an extra Groom-in- Waiting to H.M. 1866 ; is Hon. Col. Kent Artillery, E. Div. R.A. : was A.D.C. to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1869-74; is a J.P. for Northampton and Kent : ;. 1875, Elizabeth Horatia Frederica, V.A. ( Viscountess Clifden}, da. of the late Frederick Charles William Seymour, Esq. {see M. Hertford, colls.], and widow of 3rd Viscount Clifden, and has issue. Drills Argent, on a bend engrailed azure, between two roses gules, seeded or, barbed vert, three buckles of the fourth, all within a bordure of the fifth. Cnst A dexter armed arm issuing out of a ducal coronet, grasping a dagger in fesse all proper, the last hilled and pommelled or. jiupporttrs Two hinds purpure, semee of estoiles argent, ducally gorged or. Seat Burrs Wood, Groombridge, Kent. Town Residence 6, Cadogan Square, S.W. Clubs Brooks's, Army and Navy, Wellington. . Daughter living Evelyn Mary Caroline Lilah. Sister living Harriet Anne : in. 1860, Charles Swinton Hogg, Esq., who d. 1870, son of the Right Hon. Sir James Weir Hogg, ist baronet [see B. Magheramorne, colls.]. Residence, 24, Sloane Gardens, S.W. WidOW living Of 2nd Baronet Caroline Frances (Lady Caroline Stirling), da. of ist Earl of Strafford : in. 1835, Sir Walter George Stirling, 2nd baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, i, Draycott Place, S.W. This family is descended from a collateral branch of the ancient line of Stirlings of Cawder and Keir. Sir Walter, a distinguished naval commander, was knighted on bringing home Lord Rodney's despatches, and subsequently declined a baronetcy, which was afterwards conferred upon his son who was successively M.P. for Gallon and St. Ives. Stirling-Hamilton, see Hamilton. Stirling-Maxwell, see Maxwell. STOCKENSTROM, Creation 1840, of Maasstrom, Cape of Good Hope. A>GYSBERT HENRY STOCKENSTROM, 2nd Baronet ; b. March nth, 1841 ; s. his father, Sir ANDRIES, 1864; ed. at King's Coll., London ; served in 6lst Regt. 1861-5 '> * s a M.L.C. of Cape of Good Hope : m. 1876, Harriott Kate, da. of William Fuller, Esq., of Rockwood, Bedford, Cape ot Good Hope. ^nns Per fesse argent and or, a fesse wavy azure, between a sword and branch of laurel in saltire proper, passing through the ring of the astronomical character of Mars sable in chief, and in base the stump of a tree, one branch sprouting from the dexter side ihereof issuing from water proper. Crest In front of a like stump of a tree two swords in saltire, points upwards proper, pommels and hills or. Residence Maasstrom, Cape of Good Hope. Forlis si jure fortis. Sisters living Elizabeth Maria Henrietta: m. 1852, Charles William. Strong, if strong in Hutton, Esq., M.E.C. and M.L.A., formerly Treasurer of Cape of Good right. JflHope, and has issue living, Andries Slockenslrom, b. 1857, Charles He'nry, b. 1858, Edward Drummond, b. 1861, Frederick Auguslus, b. 1862, Reginald, b. 1867, Helena. Collateral Branches living..;- : - - : !^ rrr l^ ^ -r :;* ^~ --' . jj/3 Issue of ihe late Andries Stockenslrom, Esq., and son of ist baronet, <?. 1844, d. 1880 1 7. 1867, Maria Henrietla, da. of Andries J. Harlzenberg, Esq. : ANDRIES, b. 1868 ; ed. al Camb. Univ. (B.A. 18 ); Bar. Middle Temple 1891. Issue of ihe lale Maria Susanna, 2nd da. of the ist baronet, d. 1870: m. 1864, Sir Sidney Godolphin Alexander Shippard, D.C.L., K.C.M.G. (Administrator and Ch. Magistrale of Brilish Bechuanaland) : Courtenay Chaworth, b. 1865. Ella Andrietla St. Aubyn. The original family name of ihe Stockenstrom family was Anderson. The founder of the family, when Prime Minister to the King of Sweden, continued his fealty to the monarch during a troublous time when all other friends had forsaken him. In reference to ihis service the King remarked lhal his faithful servant was like the " stutnp of 'a tree, in (bnimdftefa torrent, with all branches but one torn off," and therefore granted him a name, and armorial ensigns and motto in accordance there- with. The ist baronet. Sir Andries, was Lieut.-Governor at the Cape of Good Hope, and Captain in. the regiment of Corsican Rangers.