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Buccleuch, Duke of (S, 1663)

 

Creation: let. pat. 20 Apr 1663 with sur. and regrants 16 Jan 1666 and 17 Nov 1687

 

Family name: Scott later Montagu-Scott later Montagu-Douglas-Scott later Scott

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Graphic of the Arms of the Dukes of Buccleuch by the late Don Smith

 

Arms:

Quarterly:  1st grandquarter for the Earldom of Doncaster:  the arms of King Charles II debruised by a Baton Sinister Argent;  2nd grandquarter for the Dukedom of Argyll:  quarterly, 1st and 4th:  Gyronny of eight Or and Sable (Campbell);  2nd and 3rd:  Argent a Lymphad sails furled Sable flags and pennons flying Gules and oars in action of the second (Lorne);  3rd grandquarter for the Dukedom of Queensberry:  quarterly, 1st and 4th:  Argent a Heart Gules crowned with an Imperial Crown Or on a Chief Azure three Mullets of the field (Douglas);  2nd and 3rd, Azure a Bend between six Cross Crosslets fitchée Or (Mar);  the whole of this grandquarter within a Bordure Or charged with a double Tressure flory-counter-flory Gules;  4th grandquarter for the Dukedom of Montagu:  quarterly, 1st:  Argent three Fusils conjoined in fess Gules a Bordure Sable (Montagu);  2nd:  Or a Griffin displayed Vert beaked and membered Gules (Monthermer);  3rd:  Sable a Lion rampant Argent on a Canton of the last a Cross Gules (Churchill);  4th:  Argent a Chevron Gules between three Caps of Maintenance their fronts turned to the sinister Azure furred Ermine (Brudenell);  over the grandquarters at the fess point an Inescutcheon Or on a Bend Azure a Mullet of six points between two Crescents of the field (Scott)

Crest:

A Stag trippant proper armed and attired Or

Supporters:

On either side a Female Figure proper habited from the waist downwards in a Kirtle Azure gathered up at the knees the arms and bosom uncovered around the shoulders a Flowing Mantle as before suspended by the exterior hand girdle and sandals Gules and her head adorned with a Plume of three Ostrich Feathers Argent

Motto:

Amo (I love)

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Lady Anne Scott, suo jure Countess of Buccleuch later suo jure Duchess of Buccleuch

2nd dau. and cohrss. of Francis [Scott], 2nd Earl of Buccleuch, by his wife Lady Margaret Leslie, only dau. of John [Leslie], 6th Earl of Rothes

born

11 Feb 1651

mar. (1)

20 Apr 1663 James [Crofts later Scott], 1st Duke of Monmouth, natural son of King Charles II by his mistress Lucy Walters

children by first husband

1. Lord Charles Scott, styled Earl of Doncaster (b. 24 Aug 1672;  dvp. 9 Feb 1673/4)

2. Lord James Scott KT, styled Earl of Doncaster later styled Earl of Dalkeith (b. 23 May 1674;  dvm. 14 Mar 1704/5), mar. 2 Jan 1693/4 Lady Henrietta Hyde (b. c. 1677; d. 30 May 1730), 2nd dau. of Laurence [Hyde], 1st Earl of Rochester, by his wife Lady Henrietta Boyle, 5th dau. of Richard [Boyle], 2nd Earl of Cork, and had issue:

1a. Lord Francis Scott, later 2nd Duke of Buccleuch

2a. Lord Charles Scott (b. Mar 1700; dvp. 4 Apr 1700)

3a. Lord James Scott (b. 14 Jan 1702; d. 26 Feb 1719)

4a. Lord Henry Scott (b. 26 Nov 1704; d. young)

1a. Lady Anne Scott (b. 1 Apr 1696; d. 11 Oct 1714)

2a. Lady Charlotte Scott (b. 30 Apr 1697; d. 22 Aug 1747)

3. Lord Henry Scott, later 1st Earl of Deloraine

4. Lord Francis Scott (b. 1678; dvm. 8 Dec 1679)

1. Lady Charlotte Scott (bur. vm. 5 Sep 1683)

2. Lady Anne Scott (b. 17 Feb 1675/6; dvm. 13 Aug 1685)

mar. (2)

6 May 1688 as his second wife Charles [Cornwallis], 3rd Baron Cornwallis

children by second husband

5. Lord George Scott (b. 23 Sep 1692; dvm. 27 May 1693))

3. Lady Anne Scott (dvm. 25 Jul 1690)

4. Lady Isabella Scott (d. 18 Feb 1747/8)

died

6 Feb 1731/2

created

the Duke of Monmouth was created 20 Apr 1663 Lord Scot of Whitchester and Eskdale, Earl of Dalkeith, and Duke of Buccleuch, with remainder to the heirs male of his body by Anne, Countess of Buccleuch, failing whom to the heirs whomsoever of her body who shall succeed to the estates and Earldom of Buccleuch; on 16 Jan 1666 the Duke and Duchess resigned their honours and estates into the hands of the Crown and obtained a novodamus vesting the titles of Duke of Buccleuch, Earl of Dalkeith and Earl of Buccleuch in the Duke of Monmouth, and the title of Duchess of Buccleuch, Countess of Dalkeith and Countess of Buccleuch, etc., in the Duchess conjunctly, severally and independently of each other in the event of death, forfeiture, etc., with remainder to the heirs male of their bodies, whom failing to the heirs male of the Duchess. Following the attainder and execution of the Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch for high treason in 1685, the Duchess, whose titles were not affected by her husband's attainder because of the novodamus of 1666, resigned them into the hands of the Crown for a second time and obtained a new grant by a charter under the Great Seal, 17 Nov 1687, of the title of Duchess of Buccleuch and her other honours to herself for life, and after her death to James, Earl of Dalkeith, and his heirs-male, which was ratified by Act of Parliament 15 Jun 1693. The Duke of Monmouth's heirs were rehabilitated by Act of Parliament 4 Jul 1690.

suc. by

grandson

note

suc. her sister 12 Mar 1661 as suo jure Countess of Buccleuch

 

Francis [Scott], 2nd Duke of Buccleuch, KT

born

11 Jan 1694/95

mar. (1)

5 Apr 1720 his cousin Lady Jane Douglas (d. 31 Aug 1729), 4th dau. of James [Douglas], 2nd Duke of Queensberry, by his wife Hon Mary Boyle, 2nd dau. of Hon Charles Boyle, styled Viscount Dungarvan (by his first wife Lady Jane Seymour, 3rd dau. by his second wife of William [Seymour], 2nd Duke of Somerset), 1st son and heir ap. of Richard [Boyle], 2nd Earl of Cork

child by first wife:

1. Lord Francis Scott, styled Earl of Dalkeith, Member of Parliament (Whig) for Boroughbridge 1746-50 (b. 19 Feb 1720/1;  dvp. 1 Apr 1750), mar. 2 Oct 1742 Lady Caroline Campbell (b. 17 Nov 1717; mar. (2) 18 Sep 1755, Rt Hon Charles Townshend MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer;  cr. 28 Aug 1767 Baroness Greenwich, with remainder to her issue male by her second husband;  d. 11 Jan 1794, when the barony became extinct), 1st dau. and cohrss. of John [Campbell], 2nd Duke of Argyll, by his second wife Jane Warburton, dau. of Thomas Warburton, of Winnington, co. Chester, and had issue:

1a. Lord John Scott, styled Lord Scott of Whitchester (b. 3 Jan 1745;  dvp. 31 Jan 1748/9)

2a. Lord Henry Scott, later 3rd Duke of Buccleuch

3a. Lord Campbell Scott (b. 17 Oct 1747; d. 18 Oct 1766)

4a. Lord James Scott (b. 1 Mar 1748 ; d. 17 Jan 1758)

1a. Lady Caroline Scott (b. 1 Oct 1743; d. 10 Dec 1753)

2a. Lady Frances Scott (b. 26 Jul 1750;  d. 31 Mar 1817), mar. 13 May 1783 as his second wife Archibald [Stewart later Douglas], 1st Baron Douglas, and had issue

2. Lord Charles Scott (b. 14 Feb 1727; dvp. 18 Jun 1747)

1. Lady Jane Scott (b. 3 Apr 1723; d. 26 Nov 1779)

2. Lady Anne Scott (b. 13 Nov 1724; dvp. 15 Jul 1737)

3. Lady Mary Scott (b. 31 Oct 1725; dvp. 20 May 1743)

mar. (2)

4 Sep 1744 Alice Powell (b. c. 1697; d. 5 Dec 1765), dau. of Joseph Powell

died

22 Apr 1751

suc. by

grandson

note

Grand Master of Freemasons 1723-24; Knight of the Thistle 1725; Representative Peer for Scotland 1734-41; rest. by Act of Parliament 23 Mar 1743 as to his grandfather's peerages of Baron Scott of Tindale and Earl of Doncaster

 

Henry [Scott], 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, KG

born

2 Sep 1746

mar.

2 May 1767 Lady Elizabeth Montagu (b. 29 May 1743; d. 21 Nov 1827), only dau. and hrss. of George [Brudenell later Montagu], 1st Duke of Montagu, by his wife Lady Mary Montagu, 2nd surv. dau. and eventual sole hrss. of John [Montagu], 2nd Duke of Montagu

children:

1. Lord George Scott, styled Earl of Dalkeith (b. 25 Mar 1768;  dvp. 29 May 1768)

2. Lord Charles William Henry Scott later Montagu-Scott, later 4th Baron Scott of Tindale later 4th Duke of Buccleuch

3. Lord Henry James Scott later Montagu-Scott, later 2nd Baron Montagu of Boughton

1. Lady Mary Scott (b. 21 May 1760; d. 21 Apr 1823), mar. 29 Jan 1791 James George [Stopford], 3rd Earl of Courtown, and had issue

2. Lady Elizabeth Scott (b. 10 Oct 1770; d. 29 Jun 1837), mar. 6 Nov 1798 Alexander [Home later Ramsay-Home], 10th Earl of Home, and had issue

3. Lady Caroline Scott (b. 6 Jul 1774; d. 29 Apr 1854), mar. 13 Aug 1803 Charles [Douglas], 6th Marquess of Queensberry, and had issue

4. Lady Harriet Scott (b. 1 Dec 1780; d. 18 Apr 1833), mar. 1 Dec 1806 as his second wife William [Kerr], 6th Marquess of Lothian, and had issue

died

11 Jan 1812

suc. by

son

note

Knight of the Thistle 1767-94; Governor of the Bank of Scotland 1777-1812; Capt General of the Royal Company of Archers 1778-1812; Lord Lieutenant of Midlothian and Haddington 1794-1812 and of Roxburghshire 1804-12; Knight of the Garter 1794; suc. his kinsman 23 Dec 1810 as 5th Duke of Queensberry, etc.

 

Charles William Henry [Scott later Montagu-Scott], 4th Baron Scott of Tindale later 4th Duke of Buccleuch, KT

born

24 May 1772

mar.

24 Mar 1795 his second cousin Hon Harriet Katherine Townshend (b. 29 Nov 1773; d. 24 Aug 1814), 4th dau. of Thomas [Townshend], 1st Viscount Sydney, by his wife Elizabeth Powys, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Richard Powys, of Hintlesham, co. Suffolk, by his wife Lady Mary Brudenell, dau. of George [Brudenell], 3rd Earl of Cardigan

children:

1. Lord George Henry Montagu-Scott, styled Lord Scott of Whitchester (b. 2 Jan 1798;  dvp. 1 Mar 1803)

2. Lord Walter Francis Montagu-Scott later Montagu-Douglas-Scott, later 5th Duke of Buccleuch

3. Lord John Douglas Montagu-Scott MP (b. 13 Jul 1809;  dsp. 3 Jun 1860), mar. 10 Mar 1836 Alicia Anne Spottiswoode (d. 12 Mar 1900), 1st dau. of John Spottiswoode of Spottiswoode

1. Lady Anne Elizabeth Montagu-Scott (b. 17 Aug 1796; d. 13 Aug 1844)

2. Lady Charlotte Albinia Montagu-Scott (b. 16 Jul 1799; d. 29 Feb 1828), mar. 4 Jul 1823 as his first wife her cousin James Thomas [Stopford], 4th Earl of Courtown, and had issue

3. Lady Isabella Mary Montagu-Scott (b. 24 Oct 1800; d. 9 Oct 1829), mar. 9 Oct 1823 as his first wife Lt Col Hon Peregrine Francis Cust (b. 13 Aug 1791; d. 15 Sep 1873), 4th son of Brownlow [Cust], 1st Baron Brownlow, by his second wife Frances Bankes, only child of Alderman Sir Henry Bankes, of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, and had issue

4. Lady Katherine Frances Montagu-Scott (b. 4 Dec 1803; dvp. 6 Jun 1814)

5. Lady Margaret Harriet Montagu-Scott (b. 12 Jun 1811; d. 5 Jun 1846), mar. 7 Feb 1832 Charles [Marsham], 3rd Earl of Romney, and had issue

6. Lady Harriet Janet Sarah Montagu-Scott (b. 13 Aug 1814; d. 16 Feb 1870), mar. 29 Mar 1842 Rev Canon Edward Moore, Rector of Frittenden, co. Kent (b. 1814; d. 1889), son of Rev G Moore, Prebendary of Canterbury, and had issue

died

20 Apr 1819

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Tory) for Marlborough 1793-96 and 1806-07, for Ludgershall 1796-1804 and for St Michael's 1805-06; Lord Lieutenant of Selkirkshire 1794-98, of Dumfriesshire 1798-1812 and of Midlothian 1812-19; Grand Master of Scottish Freemasons 1800-02; sum.. to Parliament v.p. in his father's Barony of Scott of Tindale; Knight of the Thistle 1812; Capt General of the Royal Company of Archers 1812-19

 

Walter Francis [Montagu-Scott later Montagu-Douglas-Scott], 5th Duke of Buccleuch, KG PC

born

25 Nov 1806

mar.

13 Aug 1829 Lady Charlotte Anne Thynne VA, Mistress of the Robes to Queen Victoria 1841-46 (b. 10 Apr 1811; d. 28 Mar 1895), 3rd dau. of Thomas [Thynne], 2nd Marquess of Bath, by his wife Hon Isabella Byng, 3rd dau. of George [Byng], 4th Viscount Torrington

children:

1. Lord William Henry Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott, later 6th Duke of Buccleuch

2. Lord Henry John Montagu-Douglas-Scott, later 1st Baron Montagu of Beaulieu

3. Capt Lord Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 2 Mar 1834;  d. 3 Mar 1895), mar. 7 Oct 1858 Anna Maria Hartopp (b. c. 1817; d. 29 May 1886), 4th dau. of Sir William Edmund Cradock Hartopp, 3rd Bt., and had issue

4. Lord Francis Robert Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 15 Jan 1837; dvp. 7 May 1839)

5. Adm Lord Charles Thomas Montagu-Douglas-Scott GCB RN (b. 20 Oct 1839;  d. 21 Aug 1911), mar. 23 Feb 1883 Ada Mary Ryan (d. 21 Nov 1943), dau. of Charles Ryan, of Derriweit Heights, Mount Macedon, Victoria, Australia, and had issue

1. Lady Victoria Alexandrina Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 20 Nov 1844; d. 19 Jun 1938), mar. (1) 23 Feb 1865 Schomberg Henry [Kerr], 9th Marquess of Lothian, and (2) 21 Feb 1903 Bertram Chetwynd-Talbot, 2nd son of John Gilbert Talbot MP, of Falconhurst, co. Kent, and had issue by her first husband

2. Lady Margaret Elizabeth Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 10 Oct 1846; d. 5 Feb 1918), mar. 9 Dec 1875 Donald Cameron MP, 24th of Lochiel (d. 30 Nov 1905), and had issue

3. Lady Mary Charlotte Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 6 Aug 1851; d. 13 Dec 1908), mar. 24 Jul 1877 her second cousin Col Hon Walter Randolph Trefussis CB (b. 5 Jan 1838;  d. 3 Dec 1885), 3rd son of Charles Rodolph [Trefussis], 19th Baron Clinton, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Kerr, 1st dau. of William [Kerr], 6th Marquess of Lothian, by his second wife Lady Harriet Scott, 4th dau. of Henry [Scott], 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, and had issue

died

16 Apr 1884

suc. by

son

note

Lord Lieutenant of Midlothian 1828-84 and if Roxburghshire 1841-84; Capt General of the Royal Company of Archers 1838-84; Knight of the Thistle 1830-35; Knight of the Garter 1835; ' Privy Councillor 1842; High Steward of Westminster 1842-84; Lord Privy Seal 1842-46;  Lord President of the Council 1846; Militia ADC to the Queen 1857-84; Chancellor of the University of Glasgow 1878-84

 

William Henry Walter [Montagu-Douglas-Scott], 6th Duke of Buccleuch, KG PC

born

9 Sep 1831

mar.

22 Nov 1859 Lady Louisa Jane Hamilton VA, Mistress of the Robes to Queen Victoria 1885-92 and 1895-1901 and to Queen Alexandra 1901-12 (b. 26 Aug 1836; d. 17 Mar 1912), 3rd dau. of James [Hamilton], 1st Duke of Abercorn, by his wife Lady Louisa Jane Russell VA, 2nd dau. by his second wife of John [Russell], 6th Duke of Bedford

children:

1. Lord Walter Henry Montagu-Douglas-Scott, styled Earl of Dalkeith (b. 17 Jan 1861;  dvp. 18 Sep 1886)

2. Lord John Charles Montagu-Douglas-Scott, later 7th Duke of Buccleuch

3. Lt Col Lord George William Montagu-Douglas-Scott OBE JP DL (b. 31 Aug 1866;  d. 23 Feb 1947), mar. 30 Apr 1903 Lady Elizabeth Emily Manners (d. 22 Jul 1924), 3rd dau. of John James Robert [Manners], 7th Duke of Rutland, by his second wife Janetta Hughan, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Thomas Hughan, of Airds, Galloway, and had issue

4. Col Lord Henry Francis Montagu-Douglas-Scott JP (b. 15 Jan 1868;  dsp. 19 Apr 1945)

5. Lt Col Lord Herbert Andrew Montagu-Douglas-Scott CMG DSO DL (b. 30 Nov 1872;  d. 17 Jun 1944), mar. 26 Apr 1905 Marie Josephine Edwards (d. 15 Feb 1965), 2nd dau. of James Edwards, of Dovercourt, co. Essex, and had issue

6. Lt Col Lord Francis George Montagu-Douglas-Scott KCMG DSO (b. 1 Nov 1879;  d. 26 Jul 1952), mar. 11 Feb 1915 Lady Eileen Nina Evelyn Sibell Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound (b. 13 Dec 1884; d. 29 May 1938), 1st dau. of Gilbert John [Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound], 4th Earl of Minto, by his wife Mary Caroline Grey, 4th dau. of Gen Hon Charles Grey, and had issue

1. Lady Katherine Mary Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 25 Mar 1875;  d. 7 Mar 1951), mar. 29 Apr 1899 Thomas Walter [Brand], 3rd Viscount Hampden, and had issue

2. Lady Constance Anne Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 10 Mar 1877;  d. 7 May 1970), mar. 21 Jan 1908 Hon Douglas Halyburton Cairns, 5th son of Hugh McCalmont [Cairns], 1st Earl Cairns, by his wife Mary Harriet MacNeile, 1st dau. of John MacNeile, of Parkmount, co. Antrim, and had issue

died

5 Nov 1914

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Midlothian 1853-68 and 1874-80; Lord Lieutenant of Dumfriesshire 1858-1914; Knight of the Thistle 1875-97; Knight of the Garter 1897; Captain General of the Royal Company of Archers 1900-14; Privy Councillor 1901

 

John Charles [Montagu-Douglas-Scott], 7th Duke of Buccleuch, KG GCVO

born

30 Mar 1864

mar.

30 Jan 1893 Lady Margaret Alice Bridgeman (b. 20 Jan 1872; d. 7 Aug 1954), 2nd dau. of George Cecil Orlando [Bridgeman], 4th Earl of Bradford, by his wife Lady Ida Frances Annabella Lumley, 2nd dau. of Richard George [Lumley], 9th Earl of Scarbrough

children:

1. Lord Walter John Montagu-Douglas-Scott, later 8th Duke of Buccleuch

2. Lt Col Lord William Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott MC (b. 17 Jan 1896;  d. 30 Jan 1958), mar. 27 Apr 1937 Lady Rachel Douglas-Home (d. 4 Apr 1996), 2nd dau. of Charles Cospatrick Archibald [Douglas-Home], 13th Earl of Home, by his wife Lady Lilian Lambton, 2nd dau. of Frederick William [Lambton], 4th Earl of Durham, and had issue

3. Lt Col Lord George Francis John Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 8 Jul 1911; d. 8 Jun 1999), mar. 16 Dec 1938 Mary Wina Mannin Bishop, only dau. of Lt Col Harry Oswald Bishop, of Andover, co. Hampshire, and had issue

1. Lady Margaret Ida Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 13 Nov 1893;  d. 17 Dec 1976), mar. 16 Feb 1926 Adm Sir Geoffrey Alan Brooke Hawkins KBE CB MVO DSC, son of Capt Herbert Reginald Montgomery Hawkins, of St Fenton's, Co. Dublin, and had issue

2. Lady Sybil Anne Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 14 Jul 1899; d. Oct 1990), mar. 14 May 1919 Charles Bathurst Hele Phipps, of Chalcot, co. Wiltshire (b. 1889; d. 12 Jan 1960), and had issue

3. Lady Alice Christabel Montagu-Douglas-Scott GCB CI GCVO GBE (HRH Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester) (b. 25 Dec 1901; d. 29 Oct 2004), mar. 6 Nov 1935 HRH Prince Henry William Frederick Albert, 1st Duke of Gloucester (d. 10 Jun 1974), and had issue

4. Lady Mary Theresa Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 4 Mar 1904;  d. 1984), mar. 10 Jan 1929 (div. 1946) as his first wife her second cousin David George Brownlow [Cecil], 6th Marquess of Exeter, and had issue

5. Lady Angela Christine Rose Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 26 Dec 1906; d. 28 Sep 2000), mar. 28 Apr 1936 Vice Adm Sir Peter Dawnay KCVO CB DSC, and had issue

died19 Oct 1935

suc. byson

noteMember of Parliament (Conservative) for Roxburghshire 1895-1906: Lord Clerk Register for Scotland 1926-35; Capt General of the Royal Company of Archers; Lord Lieutenant of Dumfriesshire

 

Walter John [Montagu-Douglas-Scott], 8th Duke of Buccleuch, KT GCVO

born

30 Dec 1894

mar.

21 Apr 1921 Vreda Esther Mary Lascelles (b. 17 Sep 1900; d. 1993), 1st dau. of Maj William Frank Lascelles (by his wife Lady Sybil Evelyn de Vere Beauclerk, 2nd dau. by his first wife of William Amelius Aubrey de Vere [Beauclerk], 10th Duke of St Albans), 1st son of Rt Hon Sir Frank Cavendish Lascelles GCB GCMG GCVO (by his wife Mary Emma Olliffe, 1st dau. of Sir Joseph F Olliffe MD), 3rd son of Rt Hon William Saunders Sebright Lascelles MP (by his wife Lady Caroline Georgiana Howard, 1st dau. of George [Howard], 6th Earl of Carlisle), 3rd son of Henry [Lascelles], 2nd Earl of Harewood

children:

1. Lord Walter Francis John Montagu-Douglas-Scott later Scott, later 9th Duke of Buccleuch

1. Lady Elizabeth Diana Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 20 Jan 1922; d. 19 Sep 2012), mar. 12 Jun 1946 Hugh Algernon [Percy], 10th Duke of Northumberland, and had issue

2. Lady Caroline Margaret Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 17 Nov 1927; d. 17 Oct 2004), mar. 10 Jul 1951 Ian Hedworth John Little [Gilmour], Baron Gilmour of Craigmillar (Life Peerage), and had issue

died

4 Oct 1973

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Roxburghshire and Selkirk 1923-35; Lord Lieutenant of Roxburghshire 1932-73; Governor of the Royal Bank of Scotland 1935-68; GCVO 1935; Capt General of the Royal Company of Archers and Gold Stick in Waiting for Scotland; Lord Steward of the Household 1937-40; Knight of the Thistle 1949

 

Walter Francis John [Montagu-Douglas-Scott later Scott], 9th Duke of Buccleuch, KT VRD JP DL

born

28 Sep 1923

mar.

10 Jan 1953 Jane McNeill (b. 19 Dec 1929; d. 18 Apr 2011), only dau. of John McNeill QC, of Druimavuie, Appin, Argyllshire

children:

1. Lord Richard John Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott later Scott KBE DL, later 10th Duke of Buccleuch

2. Lord William Henry John Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 9 Jan 1957), mar. 1990 Mrs Hafize Berrin Torolson, only dau. of Halil Torolson, of Istanbul, Turkey

3. Lord Damian Torquil Francis Charles Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 8 Oct 1970), mar. 21 Apr 2001 Elisabeth Powis, dau. of Simon Powis, of Abington Hill, co. Northampton, and has issue

1. Lady Charlotte-Anne Montagu-Douglas-Scott (b. 9 Jan 1966), mar. 1991 Count Bernard de Castellane, son of Count Albert de Castellane, of Esparron, France, and has issue

died

4 Sep 2007

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Edinburgh North 1960-73; Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Scotland 1962-64; Lord Lieutenant of Roxburghshire 1974-75, of Selkirk 1975, and of Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale 1975-95; Knight of the Thistle 1978; Chancellor of the Order of the Thistle since 1992; Capt and President of the Council of the Royal Company of Archers and Silver Stick for Scotland 1996-2001

 

Richard John Walter [Montagu-Douglas-Scott later Scott], 10th Duke of Buccleuch, KBE DL

born

14 Feb 1954

mar.

31 Oct 1981 Lady Elizabeth Marian Frances Kerr (b. 8 Jun 1954), 4th dau. of Peter Francis Walter [Kerr], 12th Marquess of Lothian, by his wife Antonella Newland, dau. of Maj Gen Sir Foster Reuss Newland KCMG CB, of Ditchingham Hall, co. Norfolk

children

1. Lord Walter John Francis Scott, styled Earl of Dalkeith (b. 8 Aug 1984), mar. 22 Nov 2014 Elizabeth Hanar Cobbe, a descendant of John Jay (1745-1829), one of the most important of the American Founding Fathers (b. 1986), 2nd dau. of Hugh Michael Thomas Cobbe, of East Woodhay, co. Hampshire, by his wife Katherine Elizabeth Chichester, dau. of Charles Chichester

2. Lord Charles David Peter Scott (b. 1987)

1. Lady Louisa Jane Theresa Scott (b. 1982), mar. 28 May 2011 Rupert T Trotter, yst. son of Maj Alex Trotter, of Charterhall, Duns

2. Lady Amabel Clare Alice Scott (b. 1992)

 

 Last updated 29 Dec 2014

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Titles:

10th Duke of Buccleuch

(Scotland, let. pat. 20 Apr 1663, sur. and regrant 16 Jan 1666 and 17 Nov 1687)

12th Duke of Queensberry

(Scotland, let. pat. 3 Feb 1683, sur. and regrant 17 Jun 1706)

12th Marquess of Dumfriesshire

(Scotland, let. pat. 3 Feb 1683, sur. and regrant 17 Jun 1706)

13th Earl of Buccleuch

(Scotland, let. pat. 16 Mar 1619, sur. and regrant 16 Jan 1666 and 17 Nov 1687)

10th Earl of Doncaster

(England, let. pat. 14 Feb 1662/3)

10th Earl of Dalkeith

(Scotland, let. pat. 20 Apr 1663, sur. and regrant 16 Jan 1666 and 17 Nov 1687)

12th Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar

(Scotland, let. pat. 11 Feb 1682, sur. and regrant 17 Jun 1706)

12th Viscount of Nith, Tortholwald and Ross

(Scotland, let. pat. 11 Feb 1682, sur. and regrant 17 Jun 1706)

14th Lord Scott of Buccleuch

(Scotland, let. pat.18 Mar 1606, sur. and regrant 16 Jan 1666 and 17 Nov 1687)

13th Lord Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill

(Scotland, let. pat. 16 Mar 1619, sur. and regrant 16 Jan 1666 and 17 Nov 1687)

10th Baron Scott of Tindale

(England, let. pat. 14 Feb 1662/3)

12th Lord Douglas of Kilmount, Middlebie and Dornock

(Scotland, let. pat. 11 Feb 1682, sur. and regrant 17 Jun 1706)

 

Addresses:

Bowhill, Selkirk TD7 5ET

Boughton House, Kettering, Northamptonshire

Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfriesshire

 

Website for Boughton House:

www.boughtonhouse.org.uk

Website for Drumlanrig Castle:

www.drumlanrigcastle.org.uk

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