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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. WidOW liYing Of 6th Baronet MARIA EMILY (Lady Affleck}, da. of the late Edmund Singer Burton, Esq., of Churchill, Northamptonshire: ;. 1850, Sir Robert Affleck, 6th baronet, who d, 1882. Residence, The Highlands, Framfield, near Uckfield. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. James Danby Affleck, 3rd son of 4th baronet, b. 1810, d. 1862: in. 1853, Sophia, da. of Edward Dyson, Esq. : Frederic Danby James, b. 1856. Arthur Edward Highlander, b. 1857. Florence. The ist baronet, Rear-Adm. Sir Edmund Affhck, was created a baronet, with remainder to the issue male of his father, in consideration of his services in the engagement between the fleet of Adm. Rodney and the French squadron under Count de Grasse, 1782. He sat as M.P. for Colchester 1786. The 3rd baronet was Col. i6th Lancers. AGNEW, Creation 1629, of Lochnaw, Wigtownshire. Sir ANDREW NOEL AGNEW, 9th Baronet ; b. Aug. I4th, 1850 ; s. his father, Sir ANDREW, 1892 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (LL.B. 1871) ; Bar. Inner Temple 1874 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. of Wigtownshire ; unsuccessfully con- tested Dumfries Dist. (LU) 1892: m. 1889, Gertrude, da. of the late Hon. Gowran Charles Vernon [see B. Lyveden, colls.]. ^Vrma Argent, a chevron between two cinquefoils in chief gules, and a saltire couped in base azure. Crtst An eagle issuant and reguardant proper. jSupporfcrs Two heraldic tigers proper, collared and chained or. Fy persuasion rather than by force. Seat Lochnaw Castle, Stranraer, Wigtownshire. Town Residence 20, Lennox Gardens, S.W. Clnbs Brooks's, United University. Brothers living HENRY DE COURCY, b. Nov. ist, 1851 ; is a J.P. for Wigtownshire, and a merchant in Calcutta : m. 1885, Ethel Anne, da. of the late Capt. Thomas William Goff, 7th Dragoon Guards, and has issue living, Dorothea Alma, Hazel Louisa. Residence, The Old House, Brentwood, Essex. Charles Hamlyn, b. 1859; is Capt. 7th Hussars, and a J.P. for Wigtownshire ; served in Burmah Campaign 1885-7 (medal with clasp). Cl'tbs, Naval and Military, Scottish. Quentin Graham Kinnaird, b. 1861 ; is Lieut. 2nd Batn. Roy. Scots Fusiliers, and a J.P. for Wigtownshire ; served during Burmese campaign 1885-6 as A.D.C. to Gen. Comdg. (twice mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp) ; was A.D.C. to Gov. of Madras 1883-4. Clubs, Junior United Service, Marlborough, New. Gerard Dalrymple, b. 1862 ; formerly Lieut. ?nd Batn. The Buffs (E. Kent Regt.). Club, Scottish. Sisters living Madeline Diana Elizabeth (Lady Williams-Dnunmond) : m. ist, 1867, Thomas Henry Clifton, Esq., who d. 1880, formerly M.P. for North Lancashire ; 2ndly, 1889, Sir James Hamlyn Williams-Drummond, 4th Bart., and has issue living (by ist marriage), John Talbot, b. 1868, Cuthbert, b. 1869, Harry Arthur, b. 1873, Charles Caryl, <^ 1877, Madeline Edith, Constance Gertrude Cicely (Hon. Mrs. Hovell- Thurloitj-Cutnming -Bruce) : m. 1891, the Hon. James Fred- erick Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce, Lieut, ist Batn. Black Watch (Roy. Highlanders), el. son of 5th Baron Thurlow, Frances Victoria, (by 2nd marriage), [see Williams-Drummond, Bart.]. Residences, Edwinsford, Llandilo, Carmarthenshire ; Hawthornden, Midlothian. Arabella Frances Georgians. Caroline Charlotte. Louisa Lucia: /. 1877, Duncan Macneill, Esq., and has issue living, Andrew Duncan, b. 1881, Alma, Elizabeth. Residence, Tyndale House, Wimble- don. Mary Alma Victoria (Baroness Kinnaird): m. 1875, the. nth Baron Kinnaird. Resi- dences, Rossie Priory, Perth ; Plaistow Lodge, Bromley, Kent ; 10, St. James's Square, S.W. Rosina Constance. Marguerite Violet Maud : tn. 1890, Francis Dudley Williams-Drummond, Esq. [see Williams-Drummond, Bart.]. Resilience, Portiscliff, Ferryside, S. Wales. Uncles living (sons of 7th baronet) John de Courcy Andrew, b. 1819 ; entered R.N. 1834, and retired as Capt. 1870 ; served in China War 1841 (medal), and in operations in Baltic 1854 (medal): m. ist, 1849, Anne, who d. 1852, da. of the late Rev. David Wauchope ; 2ndly, 1854, Patricia Eliza- beth, who d. 1870, da. of the late William Henry Dowbiggin, Esq.; 3rdly, 1872, Patricia, da. of Sir Alexander Ramsay, 2nd baronet, and has issue living (by 2nd marriage), Robert Wauchope, b. 1861, Andrew William, b. 1864, Samuel Montagu, R.N., b. 1867 ; became a Lieut. 1890; served in Egyptian war 1882 (medal and Khedive's bronze star), Georgina Anne : ;. 1885, James Fer- guson, Junr., Esq., of Kinmundy, Aberdeenshire, Madeline Mary. Residence, 2, Oxford Terrace, Edinburgh. James Andrew C.E., b. 1823. Club, Athenaeum. Stair Andrew, C.B., b. 1831 ; formerly Lieut, gth Regt. ; Advocate Scotland 1860; is Registrar-Gen, for Scotland, and a J.P. for Wigtownshire ; C.B. 1885 : m. 1870, Georgina, da. of the late George More Nisbett, Esq., of Cairnhill, Lanarkshire, and has issue living, Stair Carnegie, b. 1872, Herbert Charles, b. 1880, Mabel Mary, Georgina Constance, Dora Charlotte. Residence, 22, Buckingham Terrace, Edin- burgh. Club, Reform. Thomas Frederick Andrew, b. 1834 : tn. 1861, Julia, da. of Charles Pelly, Esq., M.C.S. [see Pelly, Bart.], and has issue living. Douglas. b. 1869, Ernest Frederick, b. 1871, Graham, b. 1874, Herman Maitland, b. 1876, Percy Reginald, b. 1878, Harold Car- negie, b. 1881, Henrietta, Geraldine, Ethel Patricia, Marion. Residence, Bank of England, Liverpool. Gerald Andrew, b. 1835 ; entered Army 1855, and retired as Hon. Lieut. -Col. 1884 ; served in Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-8 (wounded, medal with two clasps): i. 1870. Margaret Cunninghame, da. of the late William Bonar, Esq., of Warriston, N.B., and has issue living, Eva Mary. Rssidence, Warriston House, Edinburgh.