DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. living (sisters of yth baronet) i Agnes : m. 1845, the Rev. Thomas Blizzard Bell, who if. 1866 and has issue living, George Frederick (of Australia. Chit*, Windham), b. 1848, Andrew Agnew, />. 1855 : ; 1883, Jessie, da. of John Anderson, Esq., J.P., of St. John, New Brunswick, Madeline Carnegie, Isabella Ross, Eleanora Georgina : ;. 1882, Leveson Douglas Stewart, Esq. [see E. Galloway, colls.], of 152, Withington Road, Whalley Range, Manchester. Martha: in. 1848, Frederick Lewis Maitland-Heriot, Esq. [see E. Lauderdale, colls.], who d, 1881. Residence, 44, Argyll Road, Kensington, W. Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. David Carnegie Andrew Agnew, 3rd son of 7th baronet. b. 1821, d, 1887 : ;//. 1855, Eleanora (now of 46, Gilmore Place, Edinburgh), da. of G. Bell, Esq., F.R.S.E. : Andrew David Carnegie, b. 1856: i. 1882, Minnie Dale, da. of David Dale Buchanan, Esq., and has issue living, Pearl Eleanor Isabella Jane, b. 1883, Ruby Geraldine, b. 1887. Residence, Durban, Natal. Agnes Madeline Eleanora. The three first baronets successively represented Wigtownshire in Parliament, the latter was also -a member of the Grand Convention of Estates 1689. The sth baronet, a Lieut. -Gen. in the army, received ^4,000 as compensation for the abolition of the office of Sheriff of Wigtownshire, which had been hereditary in this family for more than 400 years. The 7th baronet was M.P. for Wigtownshire <) 1830-38, and the 8th, 1856-68. ALEXANDER, Creation 1809, of the City of Dublin. Sir WILLIAM FERDINAND ALEXANDER, 5th Baronet, and great-grandson of 1st baronet; b. Oct. iSth, 1845; s. his cousin, Sir JOHN WALLIS, 1888 ; m. 1884, Edith, da. of the late George Frederick Heriot La Fargue, Esq., of Bosworth Hus- bands, Leicestershire, and has issue. ^rms Per pale argent and sable a chevron, and in base a crescent counterchanged ; on a canton azure a harp or, in the sinister chief point a mullet of the last. Cast An armed arm embowed holding a sword proper, charged on the wrist with a mullet or. Residences Monckton, South East Road, Ramsgate ; Cruisetown, CO. Meath. Son living-LIONEL CECIL WILLIAM, b. i88 S . Daughter living Eileen Edith, b. 1888. Sisters living Charlotte : m. 1862, the Rev. Thomas Borlase Coulson, V. of Bramley, and Hon. Canon of Truro. Residence, Oakley Court, _ -Annie Isabella : in. 1871, Charles Forbes Calland, Esq. (formerly Lieut. g8th Regt.), and has issue living, Alexander. />. 1887. Residences, Bromley, Kent ; Upper Forest. Glamorgan. Mary : m. 1869, Henry John Goodwin Robinson, Esq., (formerly Lieut. g8th Regt.), and has issue living, Herbert, b. 1872. Residence, Branscombe, Mackay, Queensland. Fanny Jane: m. 1882, Aston Edward McMurdo, Esq., Lieut. R.N., and has issue living. John Coke, b. 1884. Residence, Ramornie, Kington, Herefordshire. Lucy : m. 1881, Frank Theodore Bagshawe, Esq., Dist. Sup. of Police, Madras, and has issue living, Brian, b. 1883, Adair, b. 1884, Norman, b. 1886. Residence, Tanjore, Madras. Aunts living Harriet : m. 1850, the Rev. Godfrey Edward Alexander, R. of Stoke Bliss. Resi- dence, Stoke Bliss Rectory, Tenbury. Elizabeth. Residence, Bagneres de Bigore, Hautes Pyrenees, France. .Mother living Mary, da. of the late Rt. Rev. the Hon. Edward Grey [see E. Grey, colls.]: nt. 1839, Major William Alexander, who d. 1885. Residence, Newlands, Bromley, Kent. "Widow living Of 4th Baronet MARY KATHLEEN (Lady Alexander), da. of the Rev. John Dreaper, of 372, The Cliff, Higher Broughton, Manchester : in. 1877, as his second wife, Sir John Walhs Alexander, 4th baronet, who d. 1888. Residence, Collateral Branches living. Issue of the late Robert du Pre Alexander, Esq., 3rd son of 2nd baronet, b. 1802, d. 1874 : m. 1833, Eliza, who d. 1850, da. of B. B. Nembhard, Esq., of Jamaica : Caroline Charlotte : /. ist, 1862, Philip William Villiers Reade, Esq., who d. 1874, of the Wood- paries, co. Galway ; 2ndly, 1878, Leicester Hibbert, Esq., and has issue (by ist marriage), Florence Jane : m. 1887, Robert Fiennes Hibbert, Esq., of Woodpark, Scariff, co. Clare. Residence, Walberton House, Arundel. Grandchildren of the late William John ALEXANDER-SHAW, Esq., 2nd son of ist baronet, b. 17 , d. 1856 : ;. 1815, Isabella, who d. 1834, da. of Robert Alexander, Esq., of Seamount, co. Dublin : Issue of the late Richard Alexander-Shaw, Esq., b. 18 , d. 1867 : ;. 1860 : Godfrey William ALEXANDER, b. 1861 ; has discontinued the surname of Shaw : in. 1890, Alice Maude, da. of James Priestley, Esq., of Bankfield, Taylor Hill, Huddersfield, and has issue living, a da., b. 1892. Residence, 10, Silverdale Road, Oxton, Birkenhead. Charles Henry, b. 1866. Harriet: in. 1887, Arthur John Childe Freeman, Esq., who d. 1891. Residence, Ferney Bank, Sftpey Bridge, Worcester. Of this family the Earls of Caledon are a branch. John Alexander (el. son of Capt. Andrew Alexander, of Ballyclose, who was attainted in 1689) had three sons (i) John, ancestor of the Alexanders of Milford, co. Carlow, (2) Nathaniel, ancestor of the Earls of Caledon, (3) William, .ancestor of William Alexander, ist baronet, who was Lord Mayor of Dublin. The 2nd baronet was a Director of the Bank of Ireland, and the 3rd baronet was Attorney-General to the Prince of "Wales, and a member of the Council of H.R.H. 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