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DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. 399 Grandchildren of the late John Murray, Esq., grandson of the late Mungo Murray, Esq., youngest son of ist baronet : Issue of the late David Smythe Murray, Esq., b. 1807, d. 18 : in. 18 , Elizabeth Davis : John Grey, b. 1840. David, b. 18 George, l 18 Anne. Elizabeth. Cecilia, i i Effie. Issue of the late Mackenzie Murray, Esq., b, 1810, d. 1876 : m. 1870, Eliza Margaret, da. of the late Edward James Jackson, Esq., of The Priory, St. Andrew's, N.B. : Edward Mackenzie, b. 1874. The 6th baronet sat as M.P. for Edinburgh (city) 1806-12, and was afterwards Baron of the Court of Exchequer in Scotland. MURRAY, Creation 1704, of Melgund, N.B. [Dormant 1882.] Sir JOHN MURRAY, 6th Baronet, d. 1882, leaving issue. Sons living By 1st marriage, John Forbes Pringle Nesbitt (who does not assume the title), b. 1842 : m. 1870, Mary Elizabeth Frances, whorf. 1883, da. of C. Roberton, Esq., and has issue living, Archibald Charles Philip, b. 1875, three daus. James, b. 1845 : in. 1870, Mary, da. of Alexander Russell, Esq., of Edinburgh. Residence, Beechwood, Selkirk, N.B. By 2nd marriage, Hamilton, b. 1878. Charles Richard, b. 1881. Widow living Of 6th Baronet CHARLOTTE ELIZA (Lady Murray), da. of the late Rev. Richard Burgess, B.D., R. of Ickworth and Horringnr, Suffolk : m. 1877, as his 2nd wife, Sir John Murray, 6th baronet, who d. 1882. Residences, 13, Nevern Road, S.W. ; Harewood Glen, Selkirkshire. MU3GRAVE, Creation 1611, of Eden Hall, Cumberland. Sir RICHARD GEORGE MUSGRAVE, i2th Baronet ; b. Oct. nth, 1872; s. his father, Sir RICHARD COURTENAY, M.P., 1881. JJntron of One gibing Soulby V., Westmoreland. Drills Azure, six annulets or, three, two, and one. Crtst Two arm* embowed in armour proper, the hands grasping an annulet or. Seat Edenhall, Penrith. Sans changer. Without changing. Brothers living PHILIP RICHARD, b. Nov. 2 6th, 1873. Thomas Charles, b. 1875. Sisters living Dorothy Ann. Zoe Caroline. Aunts living (daughters of loth Baronet) Caroline : in. 1859, William Stanley, Esq., who d. 1881, and has issue living, Edward (of Ponsonby Hall, Calderbridge, Carnfprth), b. 1859; is a S.L. for Cumberland, William, b. 1861, Philip, b. 1870, Charlotte, Margaret, Lucy Mildred, Constance Madeline, Caroline Augusta. Agnes : t. 18 the Rev. Malise Reginald Graham, R. of Arthuret [see Graham, Bart., cr. 1783], Rtriatltct, Arthuret Rectory, Longtown, Cumberland. - Sophia: m. 1869, Samuel Steuart Gladstone, Esq., and has issue living, Hugh Steuart, b. 1877, Winifred Steuart. Residences, Lannhall, Dumfries , 43, Eaton Place, S.W. Daughter living Of 9th Baronet. Augusta (Conntess of Stradbroke) : vi. ist, 1850, Col. H. F. Bonham, of loth Hussars ; 2ndly, 1857, the 2nd Earl of Stradbroke, who d. 1886. Residences, Henham Hall, Wangford, Suffolk ; 38, Belgrave Square, S.W. Widow living Of llth Baronet ADORA FRANCES OLGA (Baroness Brougham and Vaux), da. of Peter Wells, Esq., of Forest Farm, Windsor Forest : m. ist, 1867, Sir Richard Courtenay Musgrave, i ith baronet, who d. 1881 ; 2ndly, 1882, the 3rd Baron Brougham and Vaux. Residences, Brougham, Penrith; Chateau Eleonore. Cannes, Alpes Maritimes, France ; 36, Chesham Place, S.W. This family came into England with the Conqueror, and settled at Musgrave, in Westmoreland. Thomas Musgrave, temp. Edward III., was summoned by writ and sat as a peer of the realm for twenty-three years. Sir Philip, 2nd baronet, a distinguished Royalist, sat as M.P. for Westmoreland 1640-42 ; after the battle of Worcester, he attended King Charles II. in France, Holland, and Scotland, from whence he retired to the Isle of Man, which he bravely defended under the Countess of Derby. For his great services a warrant creating him Baron Musgrave of Hartley Castle was issued, but he did not take out the patent. The 5th baronet, M.P. for Carlisle, was Clerk to the Privy Council, and the 6th b.ironet sat as M.P. for co. Westmoreland. MUSGRAVE, Creation 1782, of Tourin, Waterford. Sir RICHARD JOHN MUSGRAVE, 5th Baronet / b. 1850 ; s. his father, Sir RICHARD, 1874 ; ed. at Eton ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for co. Waterford (High Sheriff 1880) : m. 1891, Jessie, da. of the Hon. J. Dunsmuir, of Craigdarrock, Victoria, and has issue. Azure, six annulets or, three, two, and one. Cwst Two arms in armour proper, gauntlets supporting an annulet or. Seats Tourin, Cappoquin, co. Waterford ; Grange, Youghal, co. Cork. Clubs Windham, Kildare Street, Hurlingham. Sans changer. Without changing. Daughter living One, b. 1892. Sisters living Maria (Hon. Mrs. Cosby Trench): m. 1873, the Hon. Cosby Godolphin Trench, son of 2nd Baron Ashtown. Residence, f Sopwell Hall, Cloughjordan, co. Tipperary. Frances Ann. Florence Sophia. Edith Lovett.