Lockharts

Lockharts of Castlehill

(A branch off Lockharts of Lee)

by Isabelle S. Lockhart

Updated 9 Nov 2013.

Cambusnethan House – Wishaw, Scotland – in 1825

The barony of Castlehill in Lanarkshire, Scotland was formed out of a portion of the lands of Lee, which Sir James William Lockhart (b. 1596-d. 1674), 12th of Lee 1630, bestowed on his third son, John.  [The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire]

The lands of Cambusnethan were sold to the Lockharts of Castlehill, in favor of James Lockhart of Castlehill (b. 1677-d. 1696) (12th Baron). The lands were incorporated into a free barony, called the Barony of Cambusnethan by a charter under the Great Seal, dated 26 July 1695.  The proprietor of the barony of Cambusnethan is always to assume the name of Lockhart.  [The New Statistical Account of Scotland, 1845, p.613]

The superiorities of the estates in the parish of Stonehouse, were also formed into a barony by a charter under the Great Seal called the Barony of Castlehill, which is the title that the family of Cambusnethan retained.  [The New Statistical Account of Scotland, 1845, p.613]

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Early 17th Century

  • LOCKHART of LEE
  • (1G) William Locard (1st of Lee 1272) (b.mid 1200s)–
  • (2G) Sir Symon (2nd of Lee 1320) (b.early 1300s)–
  • (3G) Sir Alexander Lockhart (3rd of Lee 1371)–
  • (4G) Sir Alan Lockhart (4th of Lee 1445) and Margaret Lockhart of Bar–
  • (5G) Sir James Lockhart (7th of Lee 1492) and Miss Hepburn–
  • (6G) James Lockhart (8th of Lee 1517) and Mary Somerville–
  • (7G) Alan Lockhart (1510-1547) (9th of Lee 1532) and Jean Carmichael–
  • (8G) James Lockhart (10th of Lee 1548) and Janet Hamilton–
  • (9G) Sir James Lockhart (1570-1633) (11th of Lee 1599) and Isabel Weir–
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL

(11G-Lee-Castlehill)

4. Sir John LOCKHART (b. abt. 1624-d. 1694), Lord Castlehill,

• Son of Sir James William Lockhart (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas.

Sir John Lockhart of Castlehill (d.1694) ©Stephen Marsh

Sir John Lockhart of Castlehill (-d. 1694)
Portrait by unknown artist
© Stephen Marsh
(Contributed and displayed with the expressed permission of Stephen Marsh, 9 Oct 2013)
According to Stephen Marsh, the National Portrait Gallery, London,
has confirmed that this is Sir John Lockhart and has dated the portrait to 1690.
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• Sir John Lockhart was a lawyer and became a judge as Lord Castlehill.

+ 1m. 6 Jun 1666, Catherine THOMSON, and had children.

+ 2m. Mary/ Marie GUTHRIE, daughter of Richard Guthrie. [Scottish Record Society, Registers of births, etc., 1941]

• Properties: Wester Nemphlar, Coultermains, Heids, Castlehill.

• 1634–John Lockhart, portioner of Wester Nemphlar, was served heir to his father in one-half of the £5 land of old extent of Cultermaynes/ Coultermains.  [Inquis. Spec.,181,182],  [UWL]

• 1645 Jan 2–The Lords, having granted commission to Sir James Lockhart of Lee, Sir John Dalzell of Newtoun, James Lockhart of Cleghorne, Mr. John Lockhart of Heids, James Cunninghame of Bonytoun and the baillies of Lanark, or any three of them, for the trial by assize of Jean Lauchlane for witchcraft.  [The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland 1544-1660, edited and abridged by P. Hume Brown, Edinburgh 1908]

• 1648–As Lockhart of Heidis, in the parish of Carluke, was one of the Committee of War for the county. [UWL]

• 1656 Jan 4–He was admitted a member of the Faculty of Advocates by Cromwell’s commissioners for the administration of justice. He was re-admitted, after the Restoration, on 7 Jun 1662. [UWL]

• 1659–“When the Parliament of Richard Cromwell met, on 7 Jan 1659, Renfrewshire was unrepresented, but the burghs with which Renfrew was associated had for their representative Captain John Lockhart.” [A History of The County of Renfrewshire, 1905, p283]

• 1665 Aug 28–He was appointed an ordinary Lord of Session and took his seat as Lord Castlehill on Nov 22, following. [UWL]

• 1671 Feb 2–Appointed one of the senators of the college of justice, and lord of justiciary, by King Charles II (r:1660-1685). [DB]  He was removed from these offices in 1678, but reinstated in 1683. [UWL]

• 1685 Jan 17–Daniel Lockhart, as assignee by Lockhart of Heids, charged Cromwell Lockhart of Lee, on a minute of sale (contract), for the price of lands.  [M.P. Brown, Supplement to The Dictionary of The Decisions of The Court of Session, Edinburgh 1826]

• 1690 and 1693–He represented the county in Parliament. [UWL]

• Children of Sir John Lockhart and (1m. 6 Jun 1666) Catherine Thomson:

+ (12G) 4.1. James LOCKHART (chr: 24 May 1667-dsp. 1696)  (12th of Castlehill 1694 and Cambusnethan 1695).

+ (12G) 4.2. Martha LOCKHART (b.1668-d.1752), Lady Castlehill 1696;  1m. 1 Sep 1687, Cromwell LOCKHART;  2m. 1698, Sir John SINCLAIR (-d.1726).

+ (12G) 4.3. Matilda LOCKHART (b. abt. 1670).

[CORRECTION--In "Seven Centuries", Simon Macdonald Lockhart states that Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) married Matilda Lockhart, 2nd daughter of John Lockhart of Castlehill, but this could not be so.  Sir John Lockhart of Castlehill married in 1666, and figuring that his 2nd daughter Matilda would have been born about 1670, would show her as being 57 years older than Count James and 78 years old on their marriage date!  He may have married a "Matilda", but she wasn't Sir John Lockhart's daughter. --ISL, 16 May 2011]

[Count James Lockhart-Wishart (1727-1790) (4th of Carnwath, 19th of Lee) 1st married Matilda Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1740), 2nd daughter of John Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1708), and the granddaughter of Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726).  --ISL, 8 Oct 2013]

If Matilda Lockhart (b.abt.1670) married, his name is still unknown [ISL, 8 Oct 2013].

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History of the settlement of Nova Scotia, Canada:

Nova Scotia is Latin for New Scotland and is a Canadian province located on Canada’s southeastern coast.  The first European settlement in Nova Scotia was established in 1604 and the first documented Scottish settlement in the Americas was of Nova Scotia in 1621.  The charter for the foundation of a colony was granted by James I (of England) (VI of Scotland) to William Alexander, 1st Earl of Stirling, in 1621, and in 1622, the first settlers left Scotland.

This settlement initially failed because of difficulties in obtaining a sufficient number of skilled emigrants, so in 1624, James VI created a new order of baronets.  Admission to this order was obtained by sending six laborers or artisans, sufficiently armed, dressed and supplied for two years, to Nova Scotia, or by paying 3,000 merks to William Alexander.  This offer was slow for takers, but in 1627, there was a wider uptake of baronetcies and thus more settlers available to go to Nova Scotia.  In 1629, the first Scottish settlement at Port Royal (Nova Scotia, Canada) was inhabited.  [Wikipedia]

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Mid 17th Century

  • LOCKHART of LEE
  • (1G) William Locard (1st of Lee 1272) (b.mid 1200s)–
  • (2G) Sir Symon (2nd of Lee 1320) (b.early 1300s)–
  • (3G) Sir Alexander Lockhart (3rd of Lee 1371)–
  • (4G) Sir Alan Lockhart (4th of Lee 1445) and Margaret Lockhart of Bar–
  • (5G) Sir James Lockhart (7th of Lee 1492) and Miss Hepburn–
  • (6G) James Lockhart (8th of Lee 1517) and Mary Somerville–
  • (7G) Alan Lockhart (1510-1547) (9th of Lee 1532) and Jean Carmichael–
  • (8G) James Lockhart (10th of Lee 1548) and Janet Hamilton–
  • (9G) Sir James Lockhart (1570-1633) (11th of Lee 1599) and Isabel Weir–
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–

(12G-Lee-Castlehill)

4.1. James LOCKHART (chr: 24 May 1667-dsp. 1696), (12th of Castlehill 1694 and Cambusnethan 1695); died without children.

• Son of Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d. 1694) and (m. 1666) Catherine Thomson.

• Brother of Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, who 1m. Cromwell Lockhart and 2m. John Sinclair.

+ m. Barbara LOCKHART (b. 1686), daughter of Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath) and relict/ widow of Daniel Carmichael.

• 1694–James Lockhart of Castlehill was served heir to his father, Sir John. [Inquis. Spec., 416],  [UWL]

• The lands of Cambusnethan were sold to the Lockharts of Castlehill, in favor of James Lockhart of Castlehill (12th Baron).  The lands were incorporated into a free barony, called the Barony of Cambusnethan by a charter under the Great Seal, dated 26 July 1695.  The superiorities of the estates in the parish of Stonehouse, were also formed into a barony by a charter under the Great Seal called the Barony of Castlehill.  The proprietor of the barony of Cambusnethan is always to assume the name of Lockhart.   James died 1696 without heirs and the estate of Cambusnethan and Castlehill went to his sister Martha (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill.  [The New Statistical Account of Scotland, p.613]

• 1696–James died early in 1696. [UWL]

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4.2. Martha LOCKHART (chr: 2 Oct 1668-d. 15 May 1752), Lady Castlehill 1696,

• Daughter and heir of Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d. 1694) and (m. 1666) Catherine Thomson.

(c) Glasgow Museums; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

Martha Lockhart Sinclair (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill
Portrait by unknown artist;  © Glasgow Museums
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+ 1m. 1 Sep 1687, Cromwell LOCKHART (14th of Lee 1675) (b. abt. 1655-d. 8 Mar 1693), her first cousin, and had no children by Cromwell.

• Cromwell Lockhart was heir to the barony of Stonehouse.  [The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire]

+ 2m. 1698, Sir John SINCLAIR (-d. 1726), younger, (4th Baronet of Stevenson, county Haddington, Nova Scotia, Canada). Descendants of this marriage took the name SINCLAIR-LOCKHART of Castlehill, Stonehouse, Cambusnethan, and Stevenson.

• Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) was great grandson to Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1649).  Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1649), 1st Baronet of Stevenson and Murkle, was a merchant in Edinburgh, and had acquired Stevenson, in the county of Haddington, in 1624.  The baronetcy of Murkle in the County of Caithness (Nova Scotia, Canada) was created for Sir John Sinclair in 1636.

• Children of Martha Lockhart (1668-1752) and Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726):   (8 sons, 5 daughters)

4.2.1. Sir Robert SINCLAIR (b. abt. 1699-d. 25 Oct 1754) of Castlehill, (5th Baronet of Stevenson and Murkle 1726, Nova Scotia, Canada); m. Sep 1733, Isabella KERR.  [Continued below]

4.2.2. John Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. abt. 1708-d. 1761)  (“John Lockhart of Castlehill”)  (13th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1752, Lanarkshire, Scotland).  [Continued below]

4.2.3. George Sinclair-LOCKHART (-d. 5 May 1764), Lord Woodhall 1751, (14th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1761).  After the deaths of Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) and Martha Lockhart (-d. 1752), Lady Castlehill, the lands of Cambusnethan and Castlehill came into the possession of their third son, George Lockhart of Castlehill (14th Baron), one of the Secretaries of the College of Justice under the title Lord Woodhall.  The barony passed in 1764 to Captain James Sinclair (15th Baron), nephew of Lord Woodhall.  [History of the Barony of Cambusnethan, Daniel Smith Harrop, Baron of Cambusnethan, County Lanark, so recognized by Lord Lyon King of Arms, 10 Dec 2002, after purchase 28 Feb 2002 from Sir Simon Sinclair-Lockhart (15th Baronet).]  [Continued below]

4.2.4. James Sinclair; died without issue.

4.2.5. Charles Sinclair; died without issue.

4.2.6. William Sinclair; died without issue.

4.2.7. Thomas Sinclair; died without issue.

4.2.8. Patrick Sinclair; died without issue.

4.2.9. Anne SINCLAIR-LOCKHART; m. George BOGLE (1701-1782) of Daldowie, son of Robert Bogle (-d.1734) who purchased the portion of Daldowie land George inherited.  [Smith and Mitchell, The Old Country Houses of The Old Glasgow Gentry, Glasgow 1878]   [Continued below]

4.2.10. Katharine Sinclair; died single.

4.2.11. Helen Sinclair; died single.

4.2.12. Martha Sinclair; died single.

4.2.13. Margaret Sinclair; died single.

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Early 18th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–

(13G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1. Sir Robert SINCLAIR (b. abt. 1699-d. 25 Oct 1754), of Castlehill, (5th of Stevenson and Murkle 1726, Nova Scotia, Canada).

• Son of Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) and Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill.

+ m. Sep 1733, Isabella KERR, dau. of Col. James Kerr.

• The fifth Sinclair baronet adopted the additional surname of Lockhart, after his mother Martha, widow of Cromwell Lockhart, of Lee, county Lanark, and daughter of Sir John Lockhart, of Castlehill, a Lord of Session.  Martha Lockhart was the sole heiress to a large estate.

• Children (4 sons, 4 daughters) of Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) and Isabella Kerr:

4.2.1.1. John Gordon SINCLAIR (b. abt. 1734-d. 13 Feb 1789) (6th of Stevenson and Murkle, Nova Scotia, Canada). [History of The Barony of Cambusnethan], [Scottish Nation]  [Continued below]

4.2.1.2. Captain James Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. abt. 1736) (15th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1764, Lanarkshire, Scotland)[History of The Barony of Cambusnethan]  When James inherited the Lockhart estates in 1764, he assumed the surname of Lockhart in lieu of his patronymic (Sinclair). The proprietor of the barony of Cambusnethan is always to assume the name of Lockhart.  [The New Statistical Account of Scotland,1845, p.613]    [Continued below]

4.2.1.3. Robert Sinclair (-d. 9 Sep 1802); advocate 1762; died without issue.

4.2.1.4. William Sinclair; died without issue.

4.2.1.5. Elizabeth Sinclair; m. William Hay of Spot.

4.2.1.6. Martha Sinclair.

4.2.1.7. Agnes Sinclair.

4.2.1.8. Anne Sinclair; died unmarried.

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4.2.2. John Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. abt. 1708-d.1761)  (“John Lockhart of Castlehill”)  (13th of Castlehill  and Cambusnethan 1752, Lanarkshire, Scotland), succeeded to the estates of Castlehill, Stonehouse, and Cambusnethan, and assumed the name of Lockhart, in virtue of a settlement by his mother.

• Named John, not James. [Source: Stephen Marsh (descendant), 5 Oct 2013]

• AKA–John LOCKHART of Castlehill.

• Son of Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) and Martha Lockhart (1668-1752) Lady Castlehill.  [William Anderson, The Scottish Nation, Vol. III, Scotland 1863]

• Grandson of Sir John Lockhart (-d. 1694), Lord Castlehill, and Catherine Thomson.

[Inference of who John Lockhart (b.abt.1708-d.1761) married, based on the listed source information.]

+ m. Charlotte BOGLE, daughter of John Bogle, clerk to the Signet. [Stonehouse: historical and traditional, by Robert Naismith, Glasgow 1885.]

-OR-

+ m. Charlotte BOYLE, daughter of James Boyle.  [Stirnet Genealogy]

-OR-

+ m. 11 June 1738, Mrs. Charles BOGLE, daughter of James B., solicitor to the Court of Exchequer, in S.K. p.  [The Register of Marriages for the Parish of Edinburgh 1701-1750, Edited by Rev. Henry Paton, Scottish Record Society, 1908]

• Mrs. Charles Bogle inherited Annfield House on Gallowmuir acres, then sold the property in 1750.  [Old Country Houses of Old Glasgow Gentry]

Charlotte BOYLE, daughter of James Boyle; 
1m. Charles BOGLE; became Mrs. Charles Bogle; 
2m. 11 June 1738, John Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1708-d.1761) of Castlehill.

• Children of John Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1708-d.1761) and  (?-Charlotte Boyle Bogle -?):

4.2.2.1. Isabella Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1739); m.1768, William MOREHEAD (-d. 18 Jun 1793), Laird of Herbertshire.  AKA: MUIRHEAD.  [Continued below under (14G-Lee-Castlehill)]

4.2.2.2. Matilda Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1740); m. Count James LOCKHART-WISHART (b.1727-d.1790) (4th of Carnwath, 19th of Lee).

Count James Lockhart-Wishart (1727-1790);
1m. Matilda Lockhart, 2nd daughter of John Sinclair-Lockhart of Castlehill [SML, Seven Centuries];
2m. Jun 1770, Marianne Murray [Scotsfind];  3m. Annabella Crawford.
[SEE: Lockharts of Lee, Early 18th Century, (14G-Lee)]

Children of Count James Lockhart-Wishart (1727-1790) and Matilda Lockhart (b.abt.1740):

4.1.2.2.1. Maria Theresa LOCKHART; m. Sir Charles Lockhart ROSS of Balnagowan [SML, Seven Centuries].

4.2.2.3. Anne Sinclair-LOCKHART, (b.abt.1742-dsp.)

+ m. Sir Thomas MILLER (-d. 1789);
•  Sir Thomas Miller (-d.1789), succeeded at Glenlee, in the stewartry of Kirkcudbright.  He became eventually lord-justice-clerk, in North Britain, and was created a baronet, 19 Feb 1788.
•  He 1m. Margaret, eldest daughter of John Murdock, of Rose Bank, provost of Glasgow, by whom he had issue:  William Miller, and Janet Miller (m. John Dunlop, esq.).
•  Sir Thomas Miller (-d.1789), 2m. Anne, daughter of John Lockhart, of Castle Hill, but had no other issue.  [John Burke, A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, Vol. 2, London 1833]

-OR-

+ m. -?- DUNDAS of Arniston.  [Stephen Marsh, Oct 2013]

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4.2.3. George SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (-d. 5 May 1764), Lord Woodhall, (14th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1761).

• Son of Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) and Martha Lockhart (1668-1752) Lady Castlehill.

• 1747–Appointed sheriff of Lanarkshire. [The Scottish Nation]

• 1751–Admitted a lord of session and assumed the title of Lord Woodhall. [The Scottish Nation]

• On the death of his brother, John (-d.1761), without issue male, George succeeded to the estate of Castlehill. As Lord Woodhall died unmarried, Castlehill devolved on his nephew, James, second son of Sir Robert Sinclair, his lordship’s eldest brother. [The Scottish Nation]

• After the deaths of Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) and Martha Lockhart (-d. 1752), Lady Castlehill, the lands of Cambusnethan and Castlehill came into the possession of their third son, George Lockhart of Castlehill (14th Baron), one of the Secretaries of the College of Justice under the title Lord Woodhall. The barony passed in 1764 to Captain James Sinclair (15th Baron), nephew of Lord Woodhall. [History of the Barony of Cambusnethan, Daniel Smith Harrop, Baron of Cambusnethan, County Lanark, so recognized by Lord Lyon King of Arms, 10 Dec 2002, after purchase (28 Feb 2002) from Sir Simon Sinclair-Lockhart (15th Baronet).]
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4.2.9. Anne SINCLAIR (-d.1759),

• Daughter of Sir John Sinclair (-d. 1726) and Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill.

(c) Glasgow Museums; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

Anne Sinclair Bogle (-d.1759)
Portrait by unknown artist;  © Glasgow Museums
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+ m. 1731, George BOGLE (1701-1782) of Daldowie, son of Robert Bogle (-d.1734) who purchased the portion of Daldowie land George inherited.  [Smith and Mitchell, The Old Country Houses of The Old Glasgow Gentry, Glasgow 1878]

(c) Glasgow Museums; Supplied by The Public Catalogue Foundation

George Bogle (1701-1782)
Portrait by unknown artist, c. 1730-1740;  © Glasgow Museums
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• George Bogle (1701-1782) was a Virginia merchant, a West India trader, and a citizen of Glasgow, where he was one of the Tobacco Lords.  As well as trading in tobacco, he dealt in other Caribbean commodities, such as sugar.  He was an early partner in the Glasgow Tan Work and in the Eastern Sugarhouse.  [Wikipedia]

• Children of Ann Sinclair (-d.1759) and George Bogle (1701-1782):    (9 children, 2 d. in infancy)

4.2.9.1. Martha BOGLE (b.abt.1736; m. Thomas BROWN of Langside.  Thomas’ occupation: apothecary; residence: London.  [Kate Teltscher, The High Road to China, 2006]

4.2.9.2. Robert BOGLE (-d.1808) of Daldowie;  occupation: the firm of Bogle and Scott counting house in London.  [Kate Teltscher, The High Road to China, 2006]

4.2.9.3. Mary BOGLE.

4.2.9.4. Elizabeth BOGLE.

4.2.9.5. John BOGLE; merchant in Glasgow and established as a merchant at Falmouth on the Rappahannock River in Virginia; d. unmarried.

4.2.9.6. Anne BOGLE;  Nicknamed “Chuffles”.  [Kate Teltscher, The High Road to China, 2006]

4.2.9.7. George BOGLE (b. 26 Nov 1746-d. 1781); unmarried; private secretary to Warren Hastings.  A book, “The High Road To China” by Kate Teltscher relates the experiences of George Bogle as Warren Hasting’s envoy to Tibet.

George Bogle (1746-1781) portrait-late teens ©SM

George Bogle (1746-1781), in late teens
© Stephen Marsh

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Mid 18th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (12th of Lee 1630) (b.1596-d.1674) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart, Lady Castlehill (b.1668-d.1752), and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson) and (m.1733) Isabella Kerr–

(14G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1.1. Sir John Gordon SINCLAIR (b. abt. 1734-d. 13 Feb 1789) (6th of Stevenson and Murkle 1754, Nova Scotia, Canada). [History of the Barony of Cambusnethan], [Scottish Nation]

• Son of Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d. 1754) (5th of Stevenson) and Isabella Kerr.

• Stevenson, county Haddington, and Murkle, county Caithness, Nova Scotia, Canada.

• Through his father, he succeeded 19 Aug 1766, to Alexander Sinclair, Earl of Caithness, in Murkle and other lands under an entail.

+ m. Mary BLAIR. [HBC]

• Children of John Gordon Sinclair (-d. 1789) and Mary Blair:

4.2.1.1.1. Robert Sinclair (b. abt. 1768-d.4 Aug 1795) (7th of Stevenson and Murkle 1789, Nova Scotia, Canada). [Scottish Nation]

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4.2.1.2. Captain James Sinclair LOCKHART (b.abt.1736), (15th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1764, county Lanark, Scotland).

• Son of Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d. 1754) and Isabella Kerr.

• Heir to his uncle, George Sinclair Lockhart (-d. 5 May 1764), Lord Woodhall, (14th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1761).

James Sinclair Lockhart-15th Cambusnethan-©Fiona Strachan

James Sinclair Lockhart
(15th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan 1764)
Portrait by Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823)
© Fiona Strachan, 2013
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• 1764–The barony of Cambusnethan and Castlehill passed to Captain James Sinclair Lockhart (15th Baron), nephew of Lord Woodhall.  [History of the Barony of Cambusnethan]

• When James inherited the Lockhart estates in 1764, he assumed the surname of Lockhart in lieu of his patronymic Sinclair.  The proprietor of the barony of Cambusnethan is always to assume the name of Lockhart.  [The New Statistical Account of Scotland, 1845, p.613]

+ m. Anne NISBET.

• Children of Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart and Anne Nisbet:

4.2.1.2.1. Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b. abt. 1783-d. 2 Nov 1850) (16th of Castlehill, Cambusnethan, and Stonehouse).  [Continued below]

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  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–
  • (13G) John Sinclair-Lockhart (1708?-1761) and (?-Charlotte Boyle Bogle-?)–

(14G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.2.1. Isabella Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1739);

•  Daughter of John Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1708-d.1761) and (?-Charlotte Boyle Bogle-?).

+ m.1768, William MOREHEAD (-d. 18 Jun 1793), Laird of Herbertshire.  AKA: MUIRHEAD.

Isabella and Wm Morehead

Isabella Sinclair-Lockhart Morehead (b.abt.1739) and William Morehead (-d. 1793)
Portraits by B. Dandridge
© Stephen Marsh
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Children of William Morehead (-d. 18 Jun 1793) and Isabella Lockhart (b.abt.1739):

4.2.2.1.1. William MOREHEAD (b.1770-d. Mar 1834) (2nd Laird of Herbertshire); m. Marion BROWN.

4.2.2.1.2. Charlotte Martha MOREHEAD (b. 1 Jan 1771-d.1795).

4.2.2.1.3. John MOREHEAD (b. 3 Jul 1773).

4.2.2.1.4. Rev. Robert MOREHEAD, D.D. (b. 19 Mar 1777-d.1842); m. 27 Nov 1804, Margaret WILSON, sister-in-law of Lord Jeffrey. [Kate Teltscher, The High Road to China, 2006]

Rev Wm Morehead (1777-1842)

Rev. Robert Morehead, D.D. (1777-1842)
© Stephen Marsh
~

Children of Rev. Robert Morehead, D.D. (1777-1842) and Margaret Wilson:

4.2.2.1.4.1. Isabella MOREHEAD, Lady Lowther; m. 1834, Sir Charles LOWTHER, Bart. of Swillington, near Leeds. [Kate Teltscher, The High Road to China, 2006]

4.2.2.1.4.2. Charles MOREHEAD, M.D.

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Late 18th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart, Lady Castlehill (b.1668-d.1752), and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson)–
  • (14G) Sir John Gordon Sinclair (-d.1789) (6th of Stevenson) in Nova Scotia, Canada, and Mary Blair–

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4.2.1.1.1. Robert SINCLAIR (b. abt. 1768-d. 4 Aug 1795) (7th of Stevenson and Murkle 1789, Nova Scotia, Canada), [Scottish Nation]

• Son of Sir John Gordon Sinclair (6th of Stevenson) and Mary Blair.

• Lt.-Gov. of Fort St George. [SN]

+ m. 1789, Lady Madalina GORDON, dau. of Alexander, 4th Duke of Gordon.

• Lady Madalina Gordon-Sinclair  2m. Charles Fysche PALMER. [SN]

• Children of Robert Sinclair (-d. 1795) and Lady Madalina Gordon:

4.2.1.1.1.1. Sir John Gordon Sinclair (b.31 Jul 1790-d.13 Nov 1863) (8th of Stevenson and Murkle 1795, Nova Scotia, Canada). [SN]    [Continued below]

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  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha LOCKHART (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John SINCLAIR (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson)–
  • (14G) Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan) and Anne Nisbet–

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4.2.1.2.1. Robert Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. abt. 1783-d. 2 Nov 1850), (16th of Castlehill, Cambusnethan, and Stonehouse).

• Son of Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan) and Anne Nisbet.

• The barony and land of Cambusnethan and Castlehill passed from Captain James Sinclair (15th Baron) to his son, Robert Sinclair-Lockhart of Castlehill, Cambusnethan and Stevenson (16th Baron).  [History of the Barony of Cambusnethan, Daniel Smith Harrop, Baron of Cambusnethan, County Lanark, so recognised by Lord Lyon King of Arms, 10 Dec 2002, after purchase 28 Feb 2002 from Sir Simon Sinclair-Lockhart, (15th Bt.)]

• Cambusnethan Priory is a large Gothic mansion house/ castle built in 1819-20 for Robert Sinclair-Lockhart of Castlehill by the design of architect James Gillespie Graham (1776-1855) and located 1-1/4 miles southwest of Wishaw in the Clyde Valley.  The house was sold after the death of Sir Muir Sinclair-Lockhart in 1985 and lay derelict and near collapse in 2002.

Cambusnethan House in 1825

Cambusnethan House in 2002

+ 1m. 9 Oct 1804, Eliza NEWMAN (-d. Apr 1816), dau. of Richard Newman, Esq. of Thornbury Park, county Gloucester.

• Children of Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1783-d. 1850) and Eliza NEWMAN (-d. 1816):

[Source: Stonehouse: historical and traditional, by Robert Naismith, Glasgow 1885.]

4.2.1.2.1.1.  James Sinclair LOCKHART (b. 10 Sep 1808 – dsp. unm. 1873); heir; was a J.P. and D.L., and held an appointment in the Stamp Office for a considerable time.

4.2.1.2.1.2. Robert Alexander LOCKHART (b. 5 May 1812-d, unm.); Major in 80th Regiment.

4.2.1.2.1.3. John Hamilton LOCKHART (b. 24 Nov 1814-d. unm.).

4.2.1.2.1.4. Mary Emilia LOCKHART.

4.2.1.2.1.5. Eliza Anne Sinclair-LOCKHART; m. 1825, John Percy HENDERSON of Foswell Bank, Perthshire.  The marriage took place at Cambusnethan House. [Walter Scott, The Edinburgh Annual Register for 1825, London 1827]

4.2.1.2.1.6. Susan LOCKHART; m. William DALGLISH.

4.2.1.2.1.7. Anne Nisbet LOCKHART; m. Thomas McCALL.

+ 2m. 30 May 1817 (at Mavisbank), Charlotte MERCER (-d. 18 Mar 1869), dau. of Capt. William Mercer.  [Blackwood's Magazine, Edinburgh 1817]

• Children of Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d. 1850) and Charlotte Mercer (-d. 1869):

[Source: Stonehouse: historical and traditional, by Robert Naismith, Glasgow 1885.]

4.2.1.2.1.8. William Mercer LOCKHART (b. 1818 – drowned 1849).

4.2.1.2.1.9. Maj-Gen. Graeme Alexander Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. 23 Jan 1820-d. 20 Mar 1904) (17th of Castlehill, Cambusnethan, and Stonehouse 1850), (10th of Stevenson and Murkle 1899, Nova Scotia, Canada).  [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.10. George Duncan Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. 1821-d.1890); m. Elizabeth Amanda CORKE.    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.11. Charlotte Sinclair-LOCKHART (-d. 29 Dec 1857); m. 10 Feb 1852, James BAIRD (b. 5 Dec 1802-d. 20 Jun 1876) of Auchmedden, county Aberdeen, Cambusdoon, county Ayr, and Knoydart, county Inverness.  [Burke’s Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I, London, 1875]    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.12. Frances Charlotte Mercer LOCKHART (b. abt. 1828-d. 8 Sep 1893).    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.13. Louisa Sinclair-LOCKHART; m. Col. McGRIGOR.

4.2.1.2.1.14. Eleanor Jane Sinclair-LOCKHART (-d. unm.)

4.2.1.2.1.15. Margaret Douglas Sinclair-LOCKHART (-d. unm.)

4.2.1.2.1.16. Roberta Emilia Sinclair-LOCKHART.

4.2.1.2.1.17. Barbara Forbes Sinclair-LOCKHART (-d. 1909); m. 1859, Alexander WHITELAW (-d. 1 Jul 1879) of Gartshore, county Dumbarton.    [Continued below]

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  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart, Lady Castlehill (b.1668-d.1752), and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson)–
  • (14G) Sir John Sinclair (-d.1789) (6th of Stevenson) in Nova Scotia, Canada, and Mary Blair–
  • (15G) Robert Sinclair (-d.1795) (7th of Stevenson) and Lady Madalina Gordon–

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4.2.1.1.1.1. Sir John Gordon SINCLAIR (b. 31 Jul 1790-d. 12 Nov 1863), (8th of Stevenson and Murkle 1795, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• Only son of Robert Sinclair (-d. 1795) (7th of Stevenson) and Lady Madalina Gordon.

+ m. 15 Jun 1812, Anne de COURCY, only daughter of Admiral Michael de Courcy. [SN]

• Entered the navy when young. [SN]

• 1814–Attained the rank of captain, and was for some time captain of the port at Gibraltar. [SN]

• 1852–Promoted to be a rear-admiral of the blue. [SN]

• Children of Sir John Gordon Sinclair (1790-1863) and Anne de Courcy:  (3 sons, 5 daughters)

4.2.1.1.1.1.1. Sir Robert Charles Sinclair-Lockhart (b.25 Aug 1820-dsp. 5 May 1899) (9th of Stevenson and Murkle 1863, Nova Scotia, Canada).  [Continued below]

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Early 19th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart, Lady Castlehill (b.1668-d.1752), and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (5th of Stevenson) (b.abt.1699-d.1754)–
  • (14G) Sir John Sinclair (6th of Stevenson) in Nova Scotia, Canada, and Mary Blair–
  • (15G) Sir Robert Sinclair (-d.1795) (7th of Stevenson) and Lady Madalina Gordon–
  • (16G) Sir John Gordon Sinclair (b.1790-d.1863) (8th of Stevenson and Murkle) and Anne de Courcy–

(17G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. Sir Robert Charles SINCLAIR (b. 25 Aug 1820-dsp. 5 May 1899), (9th of Stevenson and Murkle 1863, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• Son of Sir John Gordon Sinclair (b. 1790-d. 1863), 8th of Stevenson, and Murkle, in Canada.

+ 1m. 1851, Charlotte Anne COOIE (-d. 7 Jul 1874).

+ 2m. 5 Dec 1876, Louisa HUGONIA (-d. 29 Jan 1931).  [Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 2001]

• Sir Robert had no children and was succeeded by his cousin, Maj-Gen. Graeme Alexander Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 1820-d. 1904) who was also 17th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan.

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  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha Lockhart, Lady Castlehill (1668-1752), and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (5th of Stevenson) (-d.1754)–
  • (14G) Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan) and Anne Nisbet–
  • (15G) Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d.1850) (16th of Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer (-d.1869)–

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4.2.1.2.1.9. Maj-Gen. Graeme Alexander SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b. 23 Jan  1820-d. 20 Mar 1904),

• (17th of Castlehill, Cambusnethan, and Stonehouse 1850, Lanarkshire, Scotland) and (10th of Stevenson and Murkle 1899, Nova Scotia, Canada).

• Son of Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d. 1850) (16th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer.

• Robert Lockhart was succeeded by his son, Sir Graeme Alexander Sinclair-Lockhart (17th Baron) (b. 1820). Sir Graeme also succeeded as the 10th Baronet of Stevenson after his cousin, Sir Robert Charles Sinclair (-d. 1899).

• 1837–entered the army; served in the Persian campaign and at the Indian Mutiny.  Sir Graeme Alexander Sinclair-Lockhart of Cambusnethan was mentioned in dispatches for his gallantry at the Battle of Lucknow, and was created a Companion of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath.  He was Colonel of the 78th Highlanders (the Ross-shire Buffs) and his decorations are in the museum of that regiment’s depot, Fort George, Inverness.

• m. 1861, Emily Udny Brebner (b.1838-d. 18 Jun 1904), dau of James Brebner, Esq., Aberdeen.  [Thom, The Upper Ten Thousand for 1877, London 1877],  [Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 2001]

• 1867–Retired on full pay from the British army as Major-General.

• 1873–Succeeded his half-brother, James.

• Lord of the barony of Castlehill and Stonehouse.

• J.P. and Deputy-Lieutenant for the county of Lanark.

• 1904–Sir Graeme Alexander Sinclair-Lockhart died.  His heirs, by this time, had gone to live in New Zealand.  [Stonehouse: historical and traditional, by Robert Naismith, Glasgow 1885.]

• ARMS: Quarterly, first and fourth: Argent a man’s heart Proper, within a fetter lock Sable on a chief Azure, three boars’ heads erased Argent, all within a bordure Ermine, charged with three crosses pateé Gules.  (The Lockhart name is readily deducible from the combination of a fetter-lock and a heart.)  The second and third quarters are: Argent on a saltire engrailed Gules, five bezants.  These are the arms of Sinclair, or St Clair.  (The bezants, or gold coins, are a reminder of the origins of the family in business.)  CREST: a boar’s head; erased, Argent.  MOTTO: “Corda serata fero” (I bear a locked heart.).  There are no supporters.  SEAT: Cambusnethan House, Wishaw.  [Granted by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, 1899.]

Arms-SinclairLockhart

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4.2.1.2.1.10. George Duncan Sinclair-LOCKHART (b. 1821-d. 1890), in New Zealand,

• Son of Robert Sinclair Lockhart (-d. 1850) (16th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer (-d.1869).

+ m. Elizabeth Amanda CORKE.

• 1854–George Duncan Lockhart owned property in New Zealand.

• Children of George Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 1821) and Elizabeth Amanda Corke:

4.2.1.2.1.10.1. Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 12 Nov 1856-d. 8 Nov 1919) (11th of Stevenson and Murkle 1904, Nova Scotia, Canada).    [Continued below]

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4.2.1.2.1.11. Charlotte Sinclair-LOCKHART (-d. 1857), of Castlehill, Lanarkshire, Scotland,

• Daughter of Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d. 1850) (16th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer (-d.1869).  [Joseph Foster, Members of Parliament, Scotland, Including the Minor Barons, 1882, Scotland]

+ m. 1852, James BAIRD (-d. 20 Jun 1876).

• James Baird, of Auchmedden, county Aberdeen, Kudydart, county Inverness, and Cambusdoon, county Ayr.  J.P., D.L., (4th son of Alexander Baird, of Lochwood, county Lanark).   [Joseph Foster, Members of Parliament, Scotland, Including the Minor Barons, 1882, Scotland]

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4.2.1.2.1.12. Frances Charlotte Mercer LOCKHART (b. abt. 1828-d. 8 Sep 1893),

• Died in Glasgow, Scotland.

• Daughter of Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d. 1850) (16th of Castlehill and Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer (-d.1869).

+ m. 7 Mar 1851, Robert SWAN (b. 15 Mar 1852-d. 19 Apr 1882); died in New Zealand.

• Children of Robert Swan (1852-1882) and Frances Charlotte Mercer Lockhart (1828-1893):

4.2.1.2.1.12.1. Robert LOCKHART SWAN (b. 15 Mar 1852-d. bef 1913)

+ m. 6 Sep 1881, Mary Ann SPRINGALL.

4.2.1.2.1.12.2. Charlotte Mercer LOCKHART SWAN (b. Jan 1854)

4.2.1.2.1.12.3. James SWAN (b. 8 Dec 1855)

4.2.1.2.1.12.4. William Mercer LOCKHART SWANN (b. 3 Mar 1858-d. 3 Nov 1909)

+ m. 25 Jun 1891, Amelia WALLACE.

4.2.1.2.1.12.5. George Duncan LOCKHART SWANN (b. 20 Apr 1861-d.21 Dec 1918)

+ m. 15 Jul 1890, Jessie CLARK.

[Information from Dr. Robert Sinclair Rodger, Great Grandson of Charlotte Mercer Lockhart Swan, 2011]

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  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha LOCKHART (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John SINCLAIR (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson)–
  • (14G) Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan) and Anne Nisbet–
  • (15G) Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d.1850) (16th of Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer–

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4.2.1.2.1.17. Barbara Forbes LOCKHART (-d. 31 Mar 1909), youngest daughter and 17th child of Robert Sinclair-Lockhart of Castlehill (-d.1850);  m. 1859, Alexander WHITELAW (b. 1823 – d. 1 July 1879) of Gartshore, Dunbartonshire, and Woodhall, Lanarkshire.

 

Alexander Whitelaw (1823-1879)
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Children of Alexander Whitelaw (1823-1879) and Barbara Forbes Lockhart (-d.1909):

4.2.1.2.1.17.1. Alexander WHITELAW (b. 10 Oct 1862 – dsp. 10 Jun 1938); m. 10 July 1886, Dorothy DISRAELI (-d. 10 May 1936).

4.2.1.2.1.17.2. Graeme Alexander Lockhart WHITELAW (b. 1863 – d. 23 July 1928), of Brockharn Park, Betchworth, Surrey, J.P., Capt. late 3rd Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highrs., M.P. for N.W. Lanarkshire 1892-95; 1m. 23 July 1885, Elizabeth STEWART (-d. 20 June 1900), dau. of James Reid Stewart, of Calder Park, Lanarkshire, and had children:

4.2.1.2.1.17.2.1. Graeme Stewart Lockhart WHITELAW (b. 15 June 1900 – d. 5 Dec 1962)  Capt. late Seaforth Highrs., Jr. Master Old Berks. Foxhounds 1931-33, educ: Harrow and R.M.C.  1m. 1 July 1925 (Div.1933), Hope Aline ALLAN, eldest dau. of late Allan Havelock Allan, and had children.  2m. 1933, Vivien MIDDLETON, and had children.

Graeme Alexander Lockhart WHITELAW, 2m. 30 Apr 1902, Laura MONTAGU (-d. 25 Dec 1963), 3rd dau. of James Montagu, of Melton Park, Doncaster, and had children:

4.2.1.2.1.17.2.2. James Montagu Lockhart WHITELAW (b. 17 Apr – d. 30 May 1903)

4.2.1.2.1.17.2.3. Elsie Lockhart WHITELAW (b. 6 May 1904 – d. 28 Dec 1958)

4.2.1.2.1.17.2.4. Marion Lockhart WHITELAW (b. 24 June 1906 – d. 1965)

4.2.1.2.1.17.2.5. Sybil Lockhart WHITELAW (b. 31 Aug 1910)

4.2.1.2.1.17.3. William WHITELAW, (succeeded) of Gartshore  (b. 15 Mar 1868 – d. 19 Jan 1946);  m. 4 Sep 1890, Gertrude THOMPSON (-d. 9 Nov 1948), and had children:

4.2.1.2.1.17.3.1. William Alexander WHITELAW (b. 30 Jun 1892 –  d. 14 Feb 1919); m. 28 Apr 1914, Helen Winifred Alice Russell (-d. 8 Jan 1978).

4.2.1.2.1.17.3.2. Robert WHITELAW (-d. 1917).

4.2.1.2.1.17.3.3. Geoffrey WHITELAW (-d. 1918).

4.2.1.2.1.17.3.4. Audrey WHITELAW (-d. 1903).

4.2.1.2.1.17.3.5. Rhoda Forbes WHITELAW (-d. unm. 2 Nov 1970).

4.2.1.2.1.17.3.6. Evelyn Winifred WHITELAW (-d. unm. 6 Feb 1965).

4.2.1.2.1.17.4. James Baird WHITELAW (b. 12 Dec 1870), m. 1893, Lillian GRAHAM, youngest dau. of Alexander Gordon Graham, and had children:

4.2.1.2.1.17.4.1. Charlotte Lockhart WHITELAW (-d. 6 Feb 1902), m. Col. Blackburn (-d. 1 Dec 1922).

4.2.1.2.1.17.4.2. Janet Baird WHITELAW (-d. 13 Aug 1925).

4.2.1.2.1.17.4.3. Mary Barbara WHITELAW (-d. 5 Nov 1933) m. Capt. Harold Francis.

4.2.1.2.1.17.4.4. Helen Douglas WHITELAW (-d. 21 Apr 1946) m. Maj. Gerald H. Fitzgerald.

4.2.1.2.1.17.4.5. Caroline Forbes WHITELAW (-d. 2 May 1962) m. C. Lacy Thompson.

[Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain, Burke's Peerage, 2001]

 

 Gartshore, Seat of Alexander Whitelaw (1823-1879)
[Joseph Irving, The Book of Dumbartonshire, Vol. III, Edinburgh and London: 1879]

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Mid 19th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha LOCKHART (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John SINCLAIR (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson) and (m.1733) Isabella Kerr–
  • (14G) Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan and Castlehill) and Anne Nisbet–
  • (15G) Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d.1850) (16th of Cambusnethan and Castlehill) and Charlotte Mercer–
  • (16G) George Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b.1821) of New Zealand and Elizabeth Amanda Corke–

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4.2.1.2.1.10.1. Sir Robert Duncan SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b. 12 Nov 1856-d. 8 Nov 1919), (11th of Stevenson and Murkle 1904, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• Son of George Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 1821) of New Zealand and Elizabeth Amanda Corke.

• Sir Graeme Alexander Sinclair-Lockhart was succeeded by his nephew, Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 1859), 11th Baronet.  Sir Robert, in turn, was succeeded by his son Sir Graeme Duncan Power Sinclair-Lockhart, 12th Baronet.

+ m. 26 Dec 1895, Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Nation POWER (-d. 9 Aug 1937), dau. of Capt. Edward Henry Power of Darlinghurst, North Sydney, Australia.

• Residence: Paruru Eemuera, Auckland, New Zealand.

• Children of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1856-1919) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937):

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.1. Graeme Duncan Power Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 29 Jan 1897 – dsp. 15 Feb 1959)  (12th of Stevenson and Murkle 1918, Nova Scotia, Canada).    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.2. Elizabeth Sinclair (b. 26 Feb 1903).    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.3. John Beresford Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 4 Nov 1904-d. 11 Mar 1970)  (13th of Stevenson and Murkle 1959, Nova Scotia, Canada).    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.4. Muir Edward Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 23 Jul 1906-d. 10 Feb 1985)  (14th of Stevenson and Murkle 1970, Nova Scotia, Canada).    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.5. Robert Nation Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 3 Mar 1909-d. 1944).

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.6. Bruce Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 20 Feb 1910-d. 14 Nov 1965).    [Continued below]

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  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha LOCKHART (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John SINCLAIR (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson)–
  • (14G) Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan and Castlehill) and Anne Nisbet–
  • (15G) Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (16th of Cambusnethan and Castlehill) and Charlotte Mercer–
  • (16G) George Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b.1821) of New Zealand and Elizabeth Amanda Corke–
  • (17G) Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b.1856-d.1919) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937)–

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4.2.1.2.1.10.1.1. Sir Graeme Duncan Power SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b. 29 Jan 1897-dsp. 15 Feb 1959), (12th of Stevenson and Murkle 1918, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• SEE portrait of Sir Graeme Duncan Power Sinclair-Lockhart (1897-1959) at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

• Son of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1856-1919) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937).

• Sir Robert was succeeded by his son Sir Graeme Duncan Power Sinclair-Lockhart, 12th Baronet.

• 2nd Lieut. Scottish Horse (Scouts).

• Served in World War I with New Zealand Mounted Rifles, in Russo-Finnish War 1939-40, and in World War II.

+ m. 9 May 1932, div. 1947, Jeanne Hamilton FERGUSON, only child of Capt. John Ferguson.
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4.2.1.2.1.10.1.2. Elizabeth Sinclair (b. 26 Feb 1903),

• Daughter of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1859-1918) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937).

+ m. 1929, Walter Raleigh GRACE (d. 26 Sep 1950) of New Zealand.

[Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 2001]

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4.2.1.2.1.10.1.3. Sir John Beresford SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b. 4 Nov 1904-d. 11 Mar 1970), of  New Zealand, (13th of Stevenson and Murkle 1959, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• Son of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1856-1919) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937), and brother of Graeme Duncan Power Sinclair-Lockhart (1897-1959) (12th Baronet of Stevenson).

• Education: King’s College, Auckland, University of New Zealand.

• Practiced civil engineering in New Zealand.

• 1934–Joined the Colonial Administrative Service and served until 1955.

• 1939-1945–Served in WWII, Royal Artillery and attained the rank of Major.

• 1960-1962–Appointed and held the post of Resident Magistrate in Kenya.

+ m. 22 Oct 1949, Winifred RAY, 4th dau. of Tom Ray Cavaghan of Aglionby Grange, Carlisle.

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(18G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.4. Sir Muir Edward Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 23 July 1906 – d. 10 Feb 1985) (14th of Stevenson and Murkle 1970, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• Son of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1859-1918) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937).

• Succeeded his brother Sir John Beresford Sinclair-Lockhart (1904-1970).

• Residence: Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

+ m. 18 May 1940, Olga Anne WHITE-PARSONS, dau. of Claude Victor White-Parsons of Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.

• Children of Sir Muir Edward Sinclair-Lockhart (1906-1985) and Olga Anne White-Parsons:

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.4.1. Sir Simon John Edward Francis Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 22 Jul 1941) (15th of Stevenson and Murkle 1985, Nova Scotia, Canada).    [Continued below]

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.4.2. Sara Ann May Sinclair-Lockhart.

[Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 2001]

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(18G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.5. Robert Nation Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 3 Mar 1910-d. 1944),

• Son of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1859-1918) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937).

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(18G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.6. Bruce Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 20 Feb 1911-d. 14 Nov 1965), in New Zealand,

• Son of Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1859-1918) (11th of Stevenson) and Flora Louisa Jane Beresford Power (-d.1937).

+ m. 1940, div.1949, Joan Marian Belle QUILLIARN, only dau. of Brig. Ronald Henry Quilliarn.

• Children of Bruce Sinclair-Lockhart (1911-1965) and Joan Marian Belle Quilliarn:

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.6.1. Sally Elizabeth Quilliarn Sinclair-Lockhart.

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Mid 20th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL
  • (11G) Sir John Lockhart, Lord Castlehill (-d.1694) and (m.1666) Catherine Thomson–
  • (12G) Martha LOCKHART (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John SINCLAIR (-d.1726)–
  • SINCLAIR-LOCKHARTS
  • (13G) Sir Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (b.abt.1699-d.1754) (5th of Stevenson)–
  • (14G) Capt. James Sinclair-Lockhart (15th of Cambusnethan) and Anne Nisbet–
  • (15G) Robert Sinclair-Lockhart (-d.1850) (16th of Cambusnethan) and Charlotte Mercer–
  • (16G) George Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (1821-1890) and Elizabeth Amanda Corke–
  • (17G) Sir Robert Duncan Sinclair-Lockhart (b.1856-1919) (11th of Stevenson)–
  • (18G) Sir Muir Edward Sinclair-Lockhart (1906-1985) (14th of Stevenson) and Olga Anne White-Parsons–

(19G-Lee-Castlehill-Stevenson)

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.4.1. Sir Simon John Edward Francis SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b. 22 Jul 1941) (15th of Stevenson and Murkle 1985, Nova Scotia, Canada),

• Son of Sir Muir Edward Sinclair-Lockhart (1906-1985) (14th of Stevenson) and Olga Anne White-Parsons.

• The ARMS of Sir Simon Sinclair-Lockhart: Quarterly, first and fourth: Argent a man’s heart Proper, within a fetter lock Sable on a chief Azure, three boars’ heads erased Argent, all within a bordure Ermine, charged with three crosses pateé Gules. (The Lockhart name is readily deducible from the combination of a fetter-lock and a heart.)  The second and third quarters are: Argent on a saltire engrailed Gules, five bezants. These are the arms of Sinclair, or St Clair. (The bezants, or gold coins, are a reminder of the origins of the family in business.)  CREST: a boar’s head erased Argent.  MOTTO: Corda serrata fero. (I bear a locked heart.)  There are no supporters.  [Granted by the Lord Lyon King of Arms, 1899.]

+ m. 24 Jan 1973, Felicity Edith STEWART WAYMOUTH, formerly wife of Smdr. Michael Waymouth and only dau. of Ivan Lachlan Campbell Stewart of Havelock North, New Zealand.  (Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke’s Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 2001]

• Residence: Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.

• 1985–At the death of Sir Muir Sinclair-Lockhart (14th Baronet), Cambusnethan Priory (Cambusnethan House) in Lanarkshire, Scotland was sold, but the estate was retained.  Sir Simon Sinclair-Lockhart (b. 1941) (15th Baronet), succeeded to the title on the death of his father in 1985.  [History of the Barony of Cambusnethan, Daniel Smith Harrop, Baron of Cambusnethan, County Lanark, so recognised by Lord Lyon King of Arms, 10 Dec 2002, after purchase (28 Feb 2002) from Sir Simon Sinclair-Lockhart, (15th Bart.)]

• Children of Sir Simon John Edward Francis Sinclair-Lockhart (b.1941) and Felicity Edith STEWART:

4.2.1.2.1.10.1.4.1.1. Robert Muir Sinclair-Lockhart (b.1973-d.2001)  [Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition]

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