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Dalhousie, Earl of (S, 1633)

 

Creation: let. pat. 29 Jun 1633

 

Family name: Ramsay

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Arms:

Argent an Eagle displayed Sable beaked and membered Gules

Crest:

An Unicorn's Head couped at the neck armed maned and tufted Or

Supporters:

On the dexter side a Griffin Argent, and on the sinister side a Greyhound Argent gorged with a Collar Gules charged with three Escallops of the first

Motto:

Ora Et Labora (Pray and work!)

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William [Ramsay], 2nd Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie later 1st Earl of Dalhousie

1st son and heir of George [Ramsay], 1st Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie, by his first wife Margaret Douglas, only dau. of Sir George Douglas of Helenhill

born

mar. (1)

3 Oct 1617 Lady Margaret Carnegie (d. Apr 1661), 1st dau. of David [Carnegie], 1st Earl of Southesk, by his wife Margaret Lindsay, only dau. by his first wife of Sir David Lindsay of Edzell

children by first wife

1. Hon George Ramsay, later 2nd Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon John Ramsay

3. Hon James Ramsay

4. Capt Hon William Ramsay (d. after 1670), mar., and had issue

1. Lady Marjorie Ramsay (d. after 1664), mar. (1) James [Erskine], 7th Earl of Buchan, and (2) her chaplain James Campbell, Master of Auchterhouse, and had issue by her first husband

2. Lady Anne Ramsay, mar. (1) Jul 1644 James [Scrymgeour], 1st Earl of Dundee, and (2) 13 Oct 1670 Sir Henry Bruce of Clackmannan

3. Lady ..... Ramsay

mar. (2)

Jacosa Blount (widow of Lister Blount, of Bicester, co Oxford;  d. 28 Apr 1663), dau. of Sir Alan Apsley, by his second wife Anne Carew, dau. and hrss. of Sir Peter Carew

died

Nov 1672

created

26 Jun 1633 Lord Ramsay of Keringtoun and Earl of Dalhousie

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Member of Parliament for Montrose 1617 and 1621; suc. his father 22 Jul 1629 as 2nd Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie; Sheriff of the County of Edinburgh 1646

 

George [Ramsay], 2nd Earl of Dalhousie

born

mar.

10 Dec 1644 Lady Anne Boyd (widow of Robert [Boyd], 8th Lord Boyd;  d. 20 Apr 1661), 2nd dau. of John [Fleming], 2nd Earl of Wigtown, by his wife Lady Margaret Livingston, 2nd dau. of Alexander [Livingston], 1st Earl of Linlithgow

children

1. Hon William Ramsay, later 3rd Earl of Dalhousie

2. Capt Hon John Ramsay (d. after 1694),  mar. 1660 ..... Sinclair, dau. of ..... Sinclair of Whitkirk, and had issue:

1a.William Ramsay, later 6th Earl of Dalhousie

3. Lt Gen Hon George Ramsay of Carriden, Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Scotland 1702 (bur. spm. 12 Sep 1705), mar. ..... Buckson, and had issue

4. Hon Robert Ramsay (d. bef. 23 Jan 1678)

1. Lady Jean Ramsay (d. Nov 1696), mar. (1) c. 1665 as his second wife George [Ross], 11th Lord Ross, and (2) 26 Dec 1684 as his second wife Robert [Makgill], 2nd Viscount of Oxfuird, and had issue by her first husband

2. Lady Anne Ramsay (dsp.), mar. James [Home], 5th Earl of Home

3. Lady ..... Ramsay

died

11 Feb 1673/4

suc. by

son

 

William [Ramsay], 3rd Earl of Dalhousie, PC

born

mar.

Lady Mary Moore (mar. (2) 10 Apr 1683 John [Ker later Bellenden], 2nd Lord Bellenden of Broughton, and (3) Dr Samuel Collins;  d. 17 Mar 1725/6), 2nd dau. of Henry [Moore], 1st Earl of Drogheda, by his wife Hon Alice Spencer, sister of Henry [Spencer], 1st Earl of Sunderland, and 5th dau. of William [Spencer], 2nd Baron Spencer

children

1. Hon George Ramsay, later 4th Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon William Ramsay, later 5th Earl of Dalhousie

3. Col Hon James Ramsay (d. 1707)

1. Lady Elizabeth Ramsay (b. c. 1679; bur. 17 Feb 1712/3), mar. 3 Feb 1696/7 as his first wife Francis [Hawley], 2nd Baron Hawley, and had issue

died

Nov 1682

suc. by

son

note

Privy Councillor [S] 1672; Sheriff of the County of Edinburgh 1672; Capt of the Edinburgh Militia 1678

 

George [Ramsay], 4th Earl of Dalhousie

born

died

1696

suc. by

brother

 

William [Ramsay], 5th Earl of Dalhousie

born

died

Oct 1710

suc. by

cousin

note

Sheriff of Edinburgh 1703; Col, 3rd Regiment of Guards; Brig General 1710

 

William [Ramsay], 6th Earl of Dalhousie

bapt.

2 Dec 1660

mar. (1)

his cousin Hon Jean Ross, only dau. of George [Ross], 11th Lord Ross, by his second wife Lady Jean Ramsay, 1st dau. of George [Ramsay], 2nd Earl of Dalhousie

children by first wife

1. Hon George Ramsay, Master of Dalhousie, styled Lord Ramsay (b. c. 1700; dvp. 25 May 1739), mar. 16 Nov 1726 Jean Maule (mar. (2) John Stroker Kerr, of Littledean, co. Roxburgh; d. 22 Apr 1769), 2nd dau. of Hon Harry Maule of Kelly (by his first wife Lady Mary Fleming, only dau. of William [Fleming], 1st Earl of Wigtown), 3rd son of George [Maule], 2nd Earl of Panmure, and had issue:

1a. Hon Charles Ramsay, later 7th Earl of Dalhousie

2a. Hon George Ramsay, later 8th Earl of Dalhousie

3a. Lt Col Hon Malcolm Ramsay, Deputy Adjutant General for Scotland (d. 18 Jul 1783)

mar. (2)

Janet Martin

died

8 Dec 1739

suc. by

grandson

 

Charles [Ramsay], 7th Earl of Dalhousie

born

died

24 Jan 1764

suc. by

brother

note

Capt, 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards, and Lt Col in the Army 1753

 

George [Ramsay], 8th Earl of Dalhousie

born

mar.

30 Jul 1767 Elizabeth Glen (b. c. 1739; d. 17 Feb 1807), dau. of Andrew Glen, niece and hrss. of James Glen, of Longcroft, co. Linlithgow, Governor of Canada

children

1. Hon George Ramsay, later 9th Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon William Ramsay later Maule, Member of Parliament for Forfar 1796-1831, cr. 10 Sep 1831 Baron Panmure, of Brechin and Navar in the County of Forfar (b. 27 Oct 1771 ; d. 13 Apr 1852), mar. (1) 1 Dec 1794 Patricia Heron (d. 11 May 1821), dau. of Gilbert Heron of Halleaths, and (2) 4 Jun 1882 Elizabeth Barton (mar. (2) 26 Apr 1856 Bonamy Mansell Power ; dsp. 25 Jun 1867), dau. of John William Barton, and had issue by his first wife:

1a. Hon Fox Maule later Maule-Ramsay, later 2nd Baron Panmure later 11th Earl of Dalhousie

2a. Lt Col Hon Lauderdale Maule, Member of Parliament for Forfar (b. 27 Mar 1807; d. 1 Aug 1854)

3a. Hon William Maule of Fearn (b. 29 Mar 1809; d. 17 Feb 1859), mar. 16 Apr 1844 Elizabeth Binny (d. 11 Feb 1905), 1st dau. of William Binny, and had issue

1a. Hon ..... Maule

2a. Hon ..... Maule

3a. Hon ..... Maule

4a. Hon ..... Maule

5a. Hon ..... Maule

6a. Hon ..... Maule

3. Lt Col Hon James Ramsay (b. 4 Oct 1772; d. 15 Nov 1837)

4. Lt Gen Hon John Ramsay, Colonel-in-Chief 79th Highlanders, Military Secretary to his brother when Governor-General of Canada and Viceroy of India (b. 21 Apr 1775 ; d. 28 Jun 1842), mar. 19 Apr 1800 Mary Delisle (d. 28 Oct 1843), dau. of Philip Delisle, of Calcutta, India, and had issue:

1a. Maj Gen William Maule Ramsay (b. 20 May 1804; d. 13 Dec 1871)

2a. George Ramsay, later 12th Earl of Dalhousie

3a. Maj Gen James Ramsay (b. 3 Oct 1808 ; d. 26 Dec 1868), mar. 3 Feb 1840 Florence Harriet Charlotte Bennet (d. 13 Dec 1889), dau. of William Robert Burlton Bennet BCS, and had issue

4a. Andrew Ramsay (b. 7 Sep 1809)

5a. Lt Col John Ramsay (b. 14 Jan 1811; dsp. 23 Aug 1856), mar. 28 Dec 1852 Kate Sinclair Laing (d. 18 Apr 1880), dau. of David Laing, of Thurso, Caithness

6a. David Ramsay (b. 14 Jul 1812)

7a. Gen Hon Sir Henry Ramsay KCSI CB, Commissioner of Kumaon, granted the rank and style of the younger son of an Earl by Royal Warrant 1864 (b. 25 Aug 1816; d. 16 Dec 1893), mar. 11 Nov 1850 Laura Lushington (d. 29 Jul 1914), 2nd dau. of Sir Henry Lushington, 3rd Bt., by his first wife Eliza Louisa Trower, dau. of William Trower, and had issue

8a. Lt Col Hon Robert Anderson Ramsay, granted the rank and style of the younger son of an Earl by Royal Warrant 1864 (b. 5 Feb 1820; d. 5 Nov 1897)

1a. Georgina Ramsay (b. 28 Feb 1803)

2a. Elizabeth Ramsay (b. 11 Sep 1806)

3a. Mary Ramsay (b. 13 Jan 1814)

4a. Lady Anne Finlay Anderson Ramsay, granted the rank and style of the daughter of an Earl by Royal Warrant 1864 (b. 9 Feb 1815 ; dsp. 13 May 1891), mar. 15 Jun 1848 Col David Ewart (d. 1880)

5a. Christian Dalhousie Ramsay

6a. Maud Ramsay (b. 16 Feb 1824)

5. Hon Andrew Ramsay (b. 6 May 1776; d. 2 Apr 1848), mar. 20 Jan 1800 Rachel Cook, dau. of James Cook, of Rampore, Benares, India, and had issue

6. Hon Henry Ramsay, a naval officer with the HEICS (d. 24 Jul 1808)

7. Capt Hon David Ramsay (b. 27 Dec 1782; d. 5 Sep 1801)

1. Lady Jane Ramsay (b. 20 May 1768; dvp. 11 Sep 1768)

2. Lady Elizabeth Ramsay (b. 6 Sep 1769; d. 3 Jun 1848), mar. 13 Aug 1786 Sir Thomas Moncreiffe of that Ilk, 5th Bt. (b. 7 Jan 1758; d. 26 Mar 1818), and had issue

3. Lady Lucinda Ramsay (d. 15 Jun 1812)

4. Lady Georgina Ramsay (b. 1 Feb 1779; d. 17 May 1794)

5. Lady Mary Ramsay (b. 21 Jun 1780; d. 1 Apr 1866), mar. 29 Apr 1801 James Hay of Drum (d. 12 Oct 1822)

died

15 Nov 1787

suc. by

son

note

Grand Master of Scottish Freemasons 1767-69 ; a Scottish Representative Peer 1774-87; a Lord of Police 1775-82; High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1777-82; on the death of his maternal uncle he succeeded to the estates of the Maule family, with a remainder to his second son, later 1st Baron Panmure

 

George [Ramsay], 9th Earl of Dalhousie, GCB

born

23 Oct 1770

mar.

14 May 1805 Christian Brown (b. 28 Feb 1786; d. 22 Jan 1839), only child and hrss. of Charles Brown, of Coulston, co. Haddington

children

1. Capt Hon George Ramsay, styled Lord Ramsay (b. 3 Aug 1806; dvp. 25 Oct 1832)

2. Hon Charles Ramsay (b. 20 Oct 1807; dvp. 8 Jul 1817)

3. Hon James Andrew Ramsay later Broun Ramsay, later 10th Earl of Dalhousie later 1st Marquess of Dalhousie

died

21 Mar 1838

created

11 Aug 1815 Baron Dalhousie, of Dalhousie Castle in the County of Edinburgh

suc. by

son

note

joined the Army 1788; Lt Col, 2nd Regiment of Foot, with whom he was in the West Indies 1793, Ireland 1798, Holland 1799 and Egypt 1801; a Scottish Representative Peer (Tory) 1796-1806 and 1807-18; Grand Master of Scottish Freemasons 1804-06; Maj General 1808; commanded the 7th Division in the Peninsular War 1812-14 and fought at Waterloo 1815; Lieut General 1813; GCB 1813; Col of the 26th Regiment of Foot 1813-28; Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia 1816-19;  Governor-in-Chief of Canada, Nova Scotia, etc. 1819-28;  President of the Queen's Bodyguard of Royal Archers 1821-30 and Captain General 1830-38; Commander-in-Chief in the East Indies 1829-32; General in the Army 1830

 

James Andrew [Ramsay later Broun Ramsay], 10th Earl of Dalhousie later 1st Marquess of Dalhousie, KT

created

25 Aug 1849 Marquess of Dalhousie, of Dalhousie Castle in the County of Edinburgh, and of the Punjab

 

The Earldom of Dalhousie was held by the 1st Marquess of Dalhousie from 25 Aug 1849 until his death without male issue on 19 Dec 1860, when the Marquessate and Barony of Dalhousie became extinct and he was succeeded in his Scottish titles by his cousin,

 

Fox [Maule later Maule-Ramsay], 2nd Baron Panmure later 11th Earl of Dalhousie, KT GCB PC

born

22 Apr 1801

mar.

4 Apr 1831 Hon Montagu Abercromby (b. 25 May 1807; d. 11 Nov 1853), 1st dau. of George [Abercromby], 2nd Baron Abercromby, by his wife Hon Montagu Dundas, 3rd dau. by his first wife of Henry [Dundas], 1st Viscount Melville

died

s.p. 6 Jul 1874

suc. by

cousin

note

Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Perthshire 1835-37, for Elgin Boroughs 1838-41 and for Perth Borough 1841-52; Under Secretary for Home Affairs 1835-41; Vice President of Board of Trade 1841; Privy Councillor 1841; Lord Rector of the University of Glasgow 1842-44; Secretary of State for War 1846-52 and 1855-58;  Lord Lieutenant of Forfarshire 1849-74; suc. his father 13 Apr 1852 as 2nd Baron Panmure;  Lord Privy Seal of Scotland 1853-74; Knight of the Thistle 1853; GCB (Civil Division) 1855; took the additional name of Ramsay after that of Maule shortly after succeeding to the Earldom of Dalhousie; Grand Master of Scottish Freemasons 1867-70; on his death the Barony of Panmure became extinct

 

George [Ramsay], 12th Earl of Dalhousie, CB

born

26 Apr 1806

mar.

12 Aug 1845 Sarah Frances Robertson (d. 1 May 1904), only dau. of William Robertson, of Logan House

children

1. Hon John William Ramsay, later 13th Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon George Spottiswoode Ramsay (b. 29 Oct 1848 ; dvp. 1873)

3. Hon Arthur Dalhousie Ramsay (b. 6 Jul 1854; dvp. 5 Dec 1857)

4. Lt Col Hon Charles Maule Ramsay, Member of Parliament for Forfarshire 1894-95 (b. 29 Jan 1859; dsp. 7 Apr 1936), mar. 29 May 1885 Martha Estelle Garrison (d. 18 Jul 1964), dau. of William R Garrison, of New York, USA

died

20 Jul 1880

created

12 Jun 1875 Baron Ramsay, of Glenmark in the County of Forfar

suc. by

son

note

in the Baltic expedition 1854; CB 1856; Superintendent of Pembroke Dockyard 1857-62; Commander-in-Chief on the South American Station 1866-69; Rear-Admiral 1862; Vice Admiral 1869; retired Admiral 1875

 

John William [Ramsay], 13th Earl of Dalhousie, KT PC

born

29 Jan 1847

mar.

6 Dec 1877 Lady Ida Louise Bennet (b. 22 Jun 1857; d. 24 Nov 1887), 2nd dau. of Charles Augustus [Bennet], 6th Earl of Tankerville, by his wife Lady Olivia Montagu, 1st dau. by his first wife of George [Montagu], 6th Duke of Manchester

children

1. Hon Arthur George Maule Ramsay, later 14th Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon Sir Patrick Maule Ramsay KCMG, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Athens 1929-33, Budapest 1933-35 and Copenhagen 1935-39 (b. 20 Sep 1879; d. 19 Jun 1962), mar. 15 Oct 1917 Dorothy Cynthia Tower (widow of Christopher Cecil Tower, of Weald Hall, co. Essex; d. 5 Oct 1957), dau. of Brig-Gen Sir Herbert Conyers Surtees CB CMG DSO MVO, of Mainsforth Hall, co. Durham, and had issue

3. Admiral Hon Sir Alexander Robert Maule Ramsay GCVO KCB DSO RN, Naval Attaché Paris 1919-22, commanded HMS Dunedin 1922, Cdre RN Barracks, Portsmouth 1929-31, Naval ADC to George V 1931, Rear-Admiral commanding aircraft carriers 1933-36, Vice-Admiral 1936, Commander-in-Chief East Indies Station 1936-38, Admiral 1938, 5th Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Air Services 1938-39 (b. 29 May 1881; d. 8 Oct 1972), mar. 27 Feb 1919 *HRH Princess (Victoria) Patricia Helena Elizabeth CI DGStJ, Duchess of Saxony from birth until 1917, authorised by Royal Warrant 25 Feb 1919 to relinquish on her marriage the style of Royal Highness and the title of Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, and adopted that of Lady, with precedence immediately before the Marchionesses of England (b. 17 Mar 1886; d. 12 Jan 1974), 2nd dau. of HRH Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert, 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (by his wife HRH Princess Louise Margaret Alexandra Victoria Agnes of Prussia VA CI, 3rd dau. of HRH Prince Frederick Charles Nicholas of Prussia GCB), 3rd son of Queen Victoria, and had issue

4. Lt Hon Ronald Edward Maule Ramsay (b. 5 Mar 1885; d. 24 Apr 1909)

5. Hon Charles Fox Maule Ramsay MC (b. 5 Mar 1885; dsp. Oct 1926), mar. 14 Nov 1919 Aline Rose Leslie (mar. (2) 15 May 1929 Maj Hon Arthur Michael Cosmo Bertie DSO MC, 1st son by his second wife of Montagu Arthur [Bertie], 7th Earl of Abingdon; d. 5 Jul 1948), 1st dau. of George Arbuthnot-Leslie, of Warthill, co. Aberdeen

died

25 Nov 1887

suc. by

son

note

Lieut RN 1867; Commander RN 1874-79; Equerry to HRH the Duke of Edinburgh 1874-76 and extra Equerry to him 1876-80; Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Liverpool 1880; Lord-in-Waiting 1880-85; Knight of the Thistle 1881; Secretary of State for Scotland 1886; Privy Councillor 1886

 

Arthur George Maule [Ramsay], 14th Earl of Dalhousie

born

4 Sep 1878

mar.

14 Jul 1903 Lady Mary Adelaide Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby (b. 25 Apr 1878; d. 23 May 1960), 6th dau. of Gilbert Henry [Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby], 1st Earl of Ancaster, by his wife Lady Evelyn Elizabeth Gordon, 2nd dau. by his second wife of Charles [Gordon], 10th Marquess of Huntly

children

1. Hon John Gilbert Ramsay, later 15th Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon Simon Ramsay, later 16th Earl of Dalhousie

3. Lady Ida Mary Ramsay (b. 29 Jan 1906; d. 19...), mar. 4 Jan 1938 Maj Gen Sir George Frederick Johnson KCVO CB CBE DSO, of Castlesteads, Brampton, co. Cumberland, and had issue

4. Lady Jean Maule Ramsay (b. 16 Apr 1909; d. 16 Jan 1997), mar. 28 Apr 1945 Lt Col David McNeil Campbell Rose DSO, of Wellington, co. Shrewsbury (b. c. 1912; d. 24 Oct 2010), son of Brig Gen John Latham Rose CIE, and had issue

died

23 Dec 1928

suc. by

son

 

John Gilbert [Ramsay], 15th Earl of Dalhousie

born

25 Jul 1904

died

3 May 1950

suc. by

brother

 

Simon [Ramsay], 16th Earl of Dalhousie, KT GCVO GBE MC DL

born

17 Oct 1914

mar.

26 Jun 1940 Margaret Elizabeth Mary Stirling (d. 9 Feb 1997), 1st dau. of Brig Gen Archibald Stirling of Keir MP DL (by his wife Hon Margaret Mary Fraser OBE, 4th dau. of Simon [Fraser], 13th Lord Lovat), 2nd son of Sir William Stirling later Stirling-Maxwell, 9th Bt., KT, by his first wife Lady Anne Maria Leslie-Melville, 2nd dau. of David [Leslie-Melville], 10th Earl of Leven

children

1. Hon James Hubert Ramsay, later 17th Earl of Dalhousie

2. Hon Anthony Ramsay (b. 2 Mar 1949), mar. (1) 3 Nov 1973 (div. 1979) Georgina Mary Astor, 2nd dau. of Capt Hon Michael Langhorne Astor MP (by his first wife Barbara Mary Colonsay McNeill, only dau. of Capt Ronald Frank Rous McNeill, of Hyde Park Gardens, London), 3rd son of Waldorf [Astor], 2nd Viscount Astor, and (2) 1984 Vilma Salcedo, dau. of Raphael Salcedo, of Santa Martha, Columbia, and has issue by both wives

3. Hon John Patrick Ramsay (b. 9 Aug 1952), mar. 25 Jul 1981 Louisa Jane d'Abo, only dau. of Robert Edward Erland Nicholai d'Abo, of West Wratton Park, co. Cambridge, by his wife Lady Ursula Isabel Manners, 1st dau. of John Henry Montagu [Manners], 9th Duke of Rutland, and has issue

1. Lady Elizabeth Anne Ramsay, Lady of the Bedchamber to HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1994-2002 (b. 16 Sep 1941), mar. 9 Jul 1970 Richard Aldred [Lumley], 12th Earl of Scarbrough, and has issue

2. Lady Sarah Mary Ramsay (b. 18 Oct 1945), mar. 23 Apr 1966 Sir (John) Chippendale Keswick, of Ilchester Place, London, 2nd son of Sir William Johnston Keswick, of Theydon Priory, Theydon Bois, co. Essex, and has issue

died

15 Jul 1999

suc. by

son

note

MC 1944; Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Forfarshire 1945-50; Government Chief Whip 1946-48; Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Angus 1951; Governor-General of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1957-63;  GBE 1957; Lord Chamberlain to HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother 1965-92; Lord Lieutenant of Angus 1967-89; GCVO 1978; Knight of the Thistle 1971

 

James Hubert [Ramsay], 17th Earl of Dalhousie, DL

born

17 Jan 1948

mar.

3 Oct 1973 Marilyn Davina Butter (b. 22 Mar 1950), 2nd dau. of Maj Sir David Henry Butter KCVO MC DL, of Cluniemore, Pitlochry, co. Perth, by his wife Myra Alice Wernher, 2nd dau. of Sir Harold Augustus Wernher, 3rd Bt. GCVO, by his wife Countess Anastasia Michailovna OBE (styled Lady Zia Wernher, with the precedence of the daughter of an Earl), 1st dau. of HIH Grand Duke Michael Michaelovitch of Russia

children

1. Hon Simon David Ramsay, styled Lord Ramsay (b. 18 Apr 1981)

1. Lady Lorna Theresa Ramsay (b. 6 Feb 1975), mar. Fergus Lefebvre, and has issue

2. Lady Alice Magdalene Ramsay (b. 10 Aug 1977)

note

Deputy Lieutenant for Angus 1993; Lord Steward of the Household 2009

 

 Last updated 6 Feb 2011

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Titles:

17th Earl of Dalhousie

(Scotland, let. pat. 29 Jun 1633)

18th Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie

(Scotland, let. pat. 25 Aug 1618)

17th Lord Ramsay of Keringtoun

(Scotland, let. pat. 29 Jun 1633)

6th Baron Ramsay, of Glenmark in the County of Forfar

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 12 Jun 1875)

 

Address:

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