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Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons, the commissioners for the shires, and the commissioners for the burghs, 1357-1882. On the basis of the parliamentary return 1880, with genealogical and biographical notices

Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons, the commissioners for the shires, and the commissioners for the burghs, 1357-1882. On the basis of the parliamentary return 1880, with genealogical and biographical notices

Source : Internet Archive

Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons, the commissioners for the shires, and the commissioners for the burghs, 1357-1882. On the basis of the parliamentary return 1880, with genealogical and biographical notices

Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons, the commissioners for the shires, and the commissioners for the burghs, 1357-1882. On the basis of the parliamentary return 1880, with genealogical and biographical notices

Source : Internet Archive

Results : STUART


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Henry Stuart, of Craigie Hall, Linlithgowshire. He m. Grissel, dau. of Sir Claud Hamilton, [of


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he m. [Elizabeth, dau. of Patrick Stuart, of Rosslyn and Balshegray.


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Charles, eldest son of Hon. Alexander Stuart, of Dunearn (4th son of Qames, 3rd Earl of Moray), m. a dau.


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death of his great-unele, Sir William Stuart, 1777 , assumed that surname in lieu of Wishart Belches (? Belches-Wishart), Oct.


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of Invermay, by his wife Mary Stuart, 2nd dau. of Sir George Wishart, Bart., so created 17 June 1706, with


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1802-6 as Sir John Stuart.


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Jean, 2nd dau. of Sir John Stuart of Allanbank) , b. 10 Mar. 1733, d. at Gibraltar 19 Feb. 1778,


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Mary, dau. of Col. James Archibald Stuart-Mackenzie (E. WHARNCLIFFE), she d. 9 March 1855. (See E. MELVILLE, [Foster's Peerage.) Dundee.


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Nov. following, Mary, dau. of Charles Stuart, of Danearn , shed. 12 Sept. 1772, having had an only son [Charles,


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and Moray , m. ist Elizabeth Stuart, eldest dau. of James, Lord Downe, eldest son of Alexander, 4th Earl of


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March 1707, Hon. Frances Stuart, 2nd dau. of Alexander, 5th Lord Blantyre. See Foster's [Peerage. B. BELHAVEN.


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1584) Anne, eldest dau. of Andrew Stuart, master of Ochiltree, niece of James, Earl of Arran, chancellor of Scotland, and


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m. I Feb. 1768, Lady Jane Stuart, 2nd dau. of John, 3rd Earl of Bute, she [d. 28 Feb. 1828,


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1st, 1789, -sister of Mr. Charles Stuart, dramatic author, she d. in Serle Street 8 April 1797, aged 33, leaving


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1696, Nicholas, only dau. of William Stuart, of Castle Stuart (son of John, Earl of Gallo[way), he d. 1752, aged


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PARKER, CHARLES STUART, of Fairlie, Ayrshire, fellow of University College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856, etc.,


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who was [7th son of Alexander Stuart, of Torrence.


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JAMES ARCHIBALD STUART- FREDERICK, M.P. Ayr L.-GENL. SIR CHARLES, WORTLEY, M.P. Ayr burghs burghs 17 76-80,


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JAMES STUART-MACKENZIE, M.P. ArgyllQOHN, 3rd Earl) shire 1742-7, Buteshire 1747'54, Ayr burghs


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since 1862, (son of Capt. John Stuart, R.N., and nephew Charles, Lord Rothesay, G.C.B. afsd.) , b. 16 March 1810,


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Charles Stuart (col.), son of the Earl of Bute - - Ayr burghs 1790, until


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1839, (Hon.) Georgiana Stuart (maid of honour to Q. Adelaide), dau. of Vice-Adml. Sir John Gore, K.C.B.,


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(seventh in descent from Sir John Stuart, natural son of Robert II. who appointed him hereditary sheriff of Buteshire, together


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Sir James Stuart, of Bute (seventh in descent from Sir John Stuart, natural son of Robert


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Frederic Stuart, of Kirkton, Buteshire - -Ayr burghs 1776-80, Buteshire [1796-1802.


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Eldest son of Alexander Stuart, of Torrence, A.D.C. to John, Duke of Argyll 1715, when commanding in Scotland,


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James Stuart, of Ardmaleish, 2nd son of John, Earl of Bute - - Ayr burghs


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Hon. James Archibald Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, of Rosehaugh, It. -col. in the army, M.P. as above, and Plympton 1780-4,


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of his unele, Rt. Hon. James Stuart-Mackenzie (see also Bute), in 1803, he assumed the additional arms and designation of


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Rt. Hon. James Archibald Stuart- Wortley, P.C. 1846, Q.C. 1841, standing counsel to the Bank of England 1844,


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James Archibald Stuart-Wortley - - Buteshire 1842-7 (judge-advocategenl. 1846), 1847-52, 1852-7 (solicitor-genl. 1857), 1857-9. See also


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John Stuart- Wortley, younger, of Belmont - - Perth burghs 1830 until his [election was


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1740 (brother of Col. James Stuart, M.P. 1734, and son of Alexander Stuart), d. unm.


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M.P. 1734, and son of Alexander Stuart), d. unm.


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Patrick James Herbert Crichton Stuart, of Rosemount, commonly called Lord James Stuart Buteshire 1820-6 , Ayr burghs


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Patrick Stuart, of Torrence - - Lanarkshire 1750-4.


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Sir Robert Stuart, of Allanbank, bart., so created 15 Aug. 1687 (youngest son of Sir James


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1687 (youngest son of Sir James Stuart, M.P. 1649) ,


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by James (son of William Stuart, said to have been a member of the convention 1