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DEBRETT S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 351 1884, Annie Louise, da. of the late Col. William A. Middleton, C.B. , and has issue living, Eva Mary. Residence, The Red Lodge, Drayton Gardens, S. Kensington, S.W. Club, Union. Alpin, b. 1846; formerly in Admiralty : is a Gentleman Usher to H.M. ; was Assist. Private Sec. to ist Lord of the Admiralty (Lord G. Hamilton) 1886-9. Residence, Sandleford Priory, Newbury, Berks. Clubs, White's, Arthur's. Aunts living (daughters of 3rd Baronet) Emily Louisa (Viscountess Stormonf) '. m. 1857, Viscount Stormont, el. son of 4th Earl of Mansfield. Residence, 41, Upper Grosvenor Street, W. Mary Elizabeth : in. 1871, John Charles Thynne, Esq., son of the Rev. Lord John Thynne see M. Bath]. Residence, Little Cloisters, Westminster, S.W. (Daughter of and Baronet), Amelia Georgiana. Residence, Dunkeld, N.B. WidOWS living Of 3rd and 4th Baronets MARY CHARLOTTE (Lady Mac Gregor), da. of the late Adm. Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy, Bart., G.C.B., b. 1813: -m. 1833, Sir John Atholl Bannatyne Mac Gregor, 3rd baronet, who d. 1851. Residence, The Green, Hampton Court. HELEN LAURA (Lady Helen Mac Gregor), da. of 3rd Earl of Antrim, of 2nd creation : in. 1864, Sir Malcolm Mac Gregor, 4th baronet, who d. 1879. Residences, Edinchip, Loch Earn Head, Perthshire; 5, Beaufort Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. The royal descent of this ancient clan can be traced to remote antiquity, Gregor Garubh, or "The Stout," having fought under King Duncan I. In the early part of the i7th century there were feuds between numerous clans, the Mac Gregors being persecuted with such fury that any person might mutilate or slay them with impunity. In this situation they continued till they were courted to join the Solemn League and Covenant, upon promises of future friendship ; but they declared, "That as they bore tJie crown on ttie faint of their swords, they would not fail to use the latter in support of the former." They are the only instance of a race being forbidden to bear their family name, which was first proscribed by James VI., owing to treachery and misrepresentation. They were restored by Charles II., 1661, to their estates, and permitted to bear their own name. In the reign of William and Mary the law of proscription was again revived, and continued in force until its repeal in 1774. The name was not, however, restored till a royal license to resume it was obtained by Sir John. Murray (properly Mac Gregor), 1822. MACGREGOR, Creation 1828, of Saville Row, Middlesex. E'en do, and sfair Sir WlLLIAM GORDON MACGREGOR, 4th Baronet ; b. Sept. nth, 1846; s. his father, the Rev. Sir CHARLES, 1879 ; ed. at Haileybury. Vrms Argent, from a mount base an oak-tree surmounted by a sword in bend proper, and in chief two eastern crowns gules, all within a bordure engrailed of the last. Crtst A human hand couped at the wrist and holding a dagger erect proper, pommel and hilt gold. Residence Brothers living CHARLES REGINALD, D.S.O..J. 1847; entered g6th Regt. 1868, was transferred to B.S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1872, and became Lieut. -Col. 1888; served in Naga campaigns 1875 and 1879 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, Bt. Major.), in Afghan campaign 1880, including march from Cabul to Kandahar and Battle of Kandahar (men- tioned in despatches, medal with clasp, bronze star), in Mari expedition 1880 (mentioned in despatches), in Akha expedition 1883 (mentioned in despatches), and in Burmah Expedition 1887 8-9 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet Lt.-Col., clasp, D.S.O.). Clubs, United Service, East India United Service. Patrick Eugene, b. 1856 : ;. 1879, Gertrude, da. of the late J. F. M'Connell, Esq., and has issue living, Cyril Patrick M'Connell, b. 1887, Robert James M'Connell, b. 1890, Gladys May. Residence, 102, St. Stephen's Avenue, Shepherd's Bush, W. Sisters living Annie Frances, in. 1886, Thomas John Perry, Esq., and has issue living, Regi- nald John, b. 1890, Dorothy Helen Macgregor. Helen Grant : m. 1876, Edward Byron Nicholson, Esq., M.A., Librarian of the Bodleian Library. Oxford, and has issue living, Violet Helen, Myrtle, May. Residence, 2, Canterbury Road, Oxford. Alma Anna Margaret Gwyn : nt. 1875, the Rev. George William Henry Hanford. M.A., V. of St.. Andrew's, Cardiff, and has issue living, Aubrey George Macgregor, b. 1876. Residence, St. Andrew's Vicarage, Cardiff. This family is of common ancestry with the Mac Gregors of Mac Gregor (see notes to preceding Baronetcy). The ist baronet was Surgeon-Serjeant to H.M. King George IV. M'GRIGOR, Creation 1831, of Campden Hill, Middlesex. madhream. Sir JAMES RHODERICK DUFF M'GRIGOR, 3rd Baronet; b. April 27th, 1857; s. his father, Sir CHARLES RHODERICK, 1890; ed. at Eton, and at Ch. Ch., Oxford; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own) : m. 1890, Helen Cornell, da. of John Gilbert Meiggs, Esq., of 123, Cromwell Road, S.W. ^rms Argent, a fir-tree vert surmounted by a sword point upwards in bend proper, pommel and hilt gold ; in the dexter chief an eastern crown gules, on a chief azure a tower or, between the badge of the Order of the Tower and Sword on the dexter, and that of the Crescent on the sinister. Crest A lion's head erased gules, crowned with an eastern coronet or. Residence 29, Sloane Gardens, S.W. Clubs Boodle's, Naval and Military, Junior United Service, Pratt's. is my tribe. Brothers living CHARLES RHODERICK ROBERT, I. Sept. s th, 1860; ed. at Eton ; is Major King's Royal Rifle Corps, andD.A.A.G.,