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Strathspey, Baron (UK, 1884)

 

Creation:let. pat. 1884

 

Family name:Ogilvy-Grant later Grant of Grant

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Arms:

Gules three Antique Crowns Or

Crest:

A Burning Hill proper

Supporters:

On either side a Savage or Naked Man wreathed about the head and middle with Laurel and bearing on his exterior shoulder a Club proper

Motto:

Above the Crest:  Craig Elachie;  Below the Shield:  Stand Fast

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On 17 Jun 1884 James [Ogilvy-Grant of Grant], 9th Earl of Seafield, was created Baron Strathspey, of Strathspey in the Counties of Inverness and Moray.  The Barony of Strathspey was held by the Earl of Seafield from that date until 12 November 1915, when on the death of James [Ogilvie-Grant of Grant], 11th Earl of Seafield, 3rd Baron Strathspey, etc., the Earldom of Seafield passed to his only daughter and the Barony of Strathspey passed to his younger brother,

 

4.Trevor [Ogilvy-Grant of Grant], 4th Baron Strathspey

born2 Mar 1879

mar. (1)19 Dec 1905 Alice Louise Hardy-Johnstone (d. 18 Nov 1945), dau. of Thomas Masterman Hardy-Johnstone, of Christchurch, New Zealand

mar. (2)Mar 1947 Elfrida Minnie Fass Capron (widow of Lt Col George Capron;  d. 19 Jul 1949), dau. of Gordon William Alexander Cloete, of Cape Province, South Africa

died11 Nov 1948

suc. byson by first wife

 

5.(Donald) Patrick Trevor [Ogilvy-Grant of Grant later Grant of Grant], 5th Baron Strathspey

born18 Mar 1912

mar. (1)24 Sep 1938 (div. 1951) Alice Bowe (mar. (2) 1953 Brig Alasdair Gillean Lorne Maclean of Pennycross CBE), only child of Francis Bowe, of Timaru, New Zealand

children by first wife

1.Hon James Patrick Trevor Grant of Grant, later 6th Baron Strathspey

1.Hon (Geraldine) Janet Grant of Grant (b. 10 Jun 1940), mar. 27 Apr 1963 (div. 1972) Neil Hamish Cantlie, of Edinburgh, 2nd son of Admiral Sir Colin Cantlie KBE CB DSC, of Kirklands of Coull, Aboyne, co. Aberdeen

2.Hon Jacqueline Patricia Grant of Grant (b. 19 Jan 1942), mar. 30 Apr 1966 Malcolm Usheen Lingen Hutton, of Borrowstone House, Kincardine O'Neill, Aboyne, co. Aberdeen, only son of Capt Ronald Stanford Lingen Hutton MC, of Garvocklea, Laurencekirk, co. Kincardine

mar. (2)1 Sep 1951 Olive Grant, only dau. of Wallace Henry Grant, of Norwich, co. Norfolk

children by second wife

2.Hon Michael Patrick Francis Grant of Grant, heir presumptive to the Barony of Strathspey, of 5 Old Pye Street, London SW1 (b. 22 Apr 1953)

3.Hon Amanda Caroline Grant of Grant (b. 10 Feb 1955)

died27 Jan 1992

suc. byson by first wife

 

6.James Patrick Trevor [Grant of Grant], 6th Baron Strathspey

born9 Sep 1943

mar. (1)6 Aug 1966 (div. 1984) Linda Piggott, 2nd dau. of David Piggott, of Forfar

children by first wife

1.Hon Carolyn Anne Maclean Grant of Grant (b. 4 Mar 1967), mar. 1994 J R Wilson

2.Hon Philippa Jane Grant of Grant (b. 2 Jun 1971)

3.Hon Victoria Louise Grant of Grant (b. 30 Mar 1976)

mar. (2)1985 (div. 1993) Margaret Drummond, dau. of Robert Drummond, of Fife

 

The heir presumptive to the Barony of Strathspey is Hon Michael Patrick Francis Grant of Grant, second son of the 5th Baron Strathspey and younger half-brother of the present Baron

 

 Last updated 22 Aug 2004

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Titles:

6th Baron Strathspey, of Strathspey in the Counties of Inverness and Moray

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 1884)

18th Baronet, styled "of Colquhoun, Dumbarton"

(Nova Scotia, let. pat. 29 Apr 1704 with precedence of 30 Aug 1625)

33rd Chief of the Name and Arms of Grant

 

Address:

The School House, Lochbuie, Isle of Mull, Argyllshire PA62 6AA

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