Lockharts

Lockharts of Lee

by Isabelle S. Lockhart

Updated 10 Aug 2016.

Lockhart of Lee Arms

Argent, a man’s heart proper, within a padlock sable,

and on a chief azure three boars heads erased argent.

CREST: A boar’s head.

MOTTO: Corda  serata  pando.

CHIEF  SEAT: At Lee in the county of Lanark.

(1272 – mid to late 1900s)

LOCKHART of the LEE and CARNWATH CREST BADGE

2011 Chief: Angus Hew Macdonald Lockhart

Seat: Carnwath, Lanarkshire, Scotland

The earliest Lockharts and ancestors of Lockharts of Lee are listed under the First Lockharts of Record.  Sir Robert Douglas in “The Baronage of Scotland” [DB], of 1798, states that Sir Symon, first son of Malcolm, “carried on the line of the house of Lee,” and that Sir Symon’s second son Sir Stephen was “the first of the family designed of Lee and Cartland,” and that Sir Stephen fathered the Sir Symon involved with Robert the Bruce’s heart.  Simon Macdonald Lockhart [SML], author of “Seven Centuries,” of 1976, became the inheritable descendant in the line of the Lee, and he adopted the theory first presented by Irving and Murray in “The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire”, whereby they gave the position of “first of Lee” to William, second son of Malcolm.  This presentation will follow SML’s theory and will begin with William as the “first of Lee.”

Mid 13th Century

(1G-Lee) 2. William Lockard/ LOCARD, 1st of Lee 1272 (b.mid 1200s-d),

• Son of Malcolm. [Sir Robert Douglas, The Baronage of Scotland, 1798.[DB]]

• Siblings: 1. Sir Symon, 3. Ada Locard-Morham-Colvil. [DB]

• Lived during the reign of Alexander III [r:1249-1286]. [DB]

• Progenitor of the Lockharts of Bar/ Barr in Ayrshire. [DB]

• The first of the family designed “of Lee” and Cartland. [Irving and Murray, “The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire”.] This theory has been adopted by [SML].

• 1272–Traditionally accepted date the lands of Lee, in Lanarkshire, Scotland, were acquired by a Lockhart. [SML]

• 1288–Lands of Lee were held from the Crown, and paid rent of 66 shillings. [SML]

• 1289–The rent paid for the lands of Lee was 5 chalders of oatmeal and 80 shillings. [SML]

• Child of William Locard (1st of Lee 1272):

+ 1. Sir Symon (2nd of Lee). [UWL] [SML]  (This Symon is said by Douglas’ Baronage, to have been the son of Stephen, but in this presentation, we are following the theory of SML.)

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Early 14th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (1G) William Locard (1st of Lee 1272) (b.mid 1200s)–

(2G-Lee) 1. Sir Symon Lockard/ LOCARD, 2nd of Lee 1320 (b.abt.1300-d.abt.1371),

• Son of Stephen [DB], (b.abt.1268) -or- of William [SML], (b.mid 1200s).

• Lived in reigns of Robert I, the Bruce [r:1306-1329] and his son King David [r:1329-1371]. [DB], [SML]

• 1323–Charter bound Symon and heirs to pay Sir William Lindsay, rector of Ayr, an annuity of 10 pounds sterling annually, out of the lands of Lee and Cartland in Lanarkshire, and is then designed, dominus (lord) Symon Lockard de Lee et Cartland, etc. [DB]

• Knighted by Robert I, the Bruce, and fought alongside him in the struggle to free Scotland from English denomination. [SML]

• 1329– At the request of King Robert the Bruce, that upon his death his heart be removed and taken on a crusade to the Holy Land, Lord James Douglas carried the heart in a small casket hung about his neck and Sir Symon carried the key to the casket on this crusade.  At a later date, to commemorate Sir Symon’s part in this adventure and the honor done to the family, the name was changed to Lockheart, then later, abbreviated to Lockhart.  A heart within a fetterlock was from then on included in the arms of the family with the motto “Corda Serata Pando” (I open locked hearts).  During this crusade, at the battle at Teba, Sir Symon acquired and brought home the jewel that became part of the celebrated ‘Lee penny,’ still in possession of the family, on which Sir Walter Scott founded his romance of ‘The Talisman’ in the ‘Tales of the Crusaders.’ The way Sir Symon became possessed of it, tradition states to have been as follows:  Having taken prisoner a Saracen chief, the wife of his captive came to ransom him, and on counting out the money, a stone or composition of a dark red color and triangular shape, fell to the ground.  She hastily snatched it up, which Sir Simon observed and insisted upon having it, before giving up his prisoner. [DB,1798], [SML,1976], [TSN]

• Sir Symon built his castle, referred to as “The Lee,” in the valley of the Brocklinn or Mashock Burn, a tiny stream which joins the river Clyde at Crossford a couple of miles away.  The house that stands on that original site today is the re-built version by Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart in about 1817.  Later, the Lockharts sold the residence in order to pay the country’s increased taxation; it is no longer owned by a Lockhart.

• 1339–Sir Symon made a donation to the abbacy of Newbottle, of the sum of five merks yearly, being part of an annual rent of ten pounds per annum, payable to him forth of the convent’s lands of Kinnaird, dated 1 Apr 1339. [Chartulary of Newbottle], [DB]

• 1371–Sir Symon died in the reign of Robert II [r: 1371-1390]. [DB]

• Children of Sir Symon (2nd of Lee 1320):

+ 1. Sir Alexander LOCKHART (3rd of Lee 1371).

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Mid 14th Century

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (1G) William Locard (1st of Lee 1272) (b.mid 1200s)–
  • (2G) Sir Symon (2nd of Lee 1320) (b.early 1300s)–

(3G-Lee) 1. Sir Alexander LOCKHART, 3rd of Lee 1371 (b.abt.1350-d.abt.1444),

• Son of Sir Symon (2nd of Lee 1320). [DB]

• 1440–Alexander granted a charter, dated 8 Jan 1440, naming the succession of his inheritors in entail (exclusively male) of his whole estate of Lee, Cartland, etc. lying in Lanarkshire:

1st to his son Alan and the heirs male of his body, which failing,

2nd to John[1] Lockhart of Bar and heirs male of his body, which failing,

3rd to David Lockhart, son and heir to Robert, and heirs male of his body, which failing,

4th to Symon Lockhart, son and heir to Thomas, etc. [DB]

• 1444–Alexander died about 1444. [DB]

• Children of Alexander Lockhart:

+ 1. Alan LOCKHART (4th of Lee 1445).

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Early 15th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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) (b.mid 1300′s-d.abt.1444)–

(4G-Lee) 1. Sir Alan LOCKHART, 4th of Lee 1445 (b.abt.1400-d.aft.1467),

• Son of Alexander Lockhart (3rd of Lee 1371). [DB]

+ m. Margaret LOCKHART, daughter of John Lockhart of Bar.  [DB]

See LOCKHARTS of BAR.

• 1446–Confirmation of charter for the barony of Carluke and the barony of Lee, in the shire of Lanark, 24 Jan 1446. [DB]

• Knighted by King James III (r:1460-1488). [DB]

• 1467–Made a donation to the abbacy of Newbattle in charter, dated 1467. [Chartulary of Newbattle], [DB]

• Children of Sir Alan Lockhart of Lee and Margaret Lockhart of Bar:

+ 1. Mungo LOCKHART (5th of Lee 1470). [DB]

+ 2. Sir James LOCKHART (7th of Lee 1492). [DB]

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Mid 15th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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) (d.abt.1444)–
  • (4G) Sir Alan Lockhart (4th of Lee 1445) and Margaret Lockhart of Bar–

(5G-Lee) 1. Sir Mungo LOCKHART, 5th of Lee 1470 (b.abt.1448-d.abt.1480),

• Eldest son of Sir Alan Lockhart (4th of Lee 1445) and Margaret Lockhart of Bar.

+ m. Agnes LINDSAY, of Covington, Scotland, sister to John Lindesay, Laird of Covington. [UWL]

• Mungo was a poet of national standing, although none of his work has come down to us. William Dunbar, poet of King James IV’s reign (1488-1513) mentions Mungo among the Scottish poets of the day in his “Lament for the Makaris”:

“Holland and Barbour he has berevit, Allace! that he nocht with us levit,

Schir Mungo Lokert of the Lee, Timor mortis conturbat me.”

• Sir Mungo’s poetic temperament was above such mundane matters as finance and management of his estate, so when he died, about 1480, he left many debts. [SML]

• Children of Mungo Lockhart and Agnes Lindsay:

+ 1. Robert LOCKHART (6th of Lee 1480) (b.abt.1479-d.1489).

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1489–“A little later in the same year it is recorded in the minutes of the Council that ‘Robert Lockhart of the Lee, son and heir of the late Sir Mungo Lockhart, being pursued for a debt due by the latter [Mungo], Stephen Lockhart of Cleghorn appeared for him [Robert], and protested that when he [Robert] came of age he should not be prejudiced [prejudged], as he [?] renounced all claim to Sir Mungo’s heritage.  Some of the claims against the latter, which did not include the entailed lands, were stated to have been raised by his tutor, James Lockhart; and one was for a sum of £16 Scots, ‘aucht [owed] to Elizabeth Stanele, burgess of Edinburgh, for merchandice bocht fra hir [bought from her], as was preffit [present] by the late Sir Mungo’s hand written in her compt book’ [Act Dom.Con.,132,183]. Robert appears to have died before attaining his majority, and was succeeded by his uncle and former tutor, James Lockhart.” [UWL ,II, 1864, p.293-294]

• Stephen Lockhart of Cleghorn (2nd of Cleghorn 1476), son of Sir Allan Lockhart (1st of Cleghorn 1441).

See LOCKHARTS of CLEGHORN.

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(5G-Lee) 2. Sir James LOCKHART, 7th of Lee 1492 (b.abt.1450-d.1502),

• Younger son of Sir Alan Lockhart (4th of Lee 1445) and Margaret Lockhart of Bar.

+ m. – - – HEPBURN, a daughter of the family of Hailes. [DB]

• Knighted by King James IV (reign:1488–1513).

• 1483–He was one of the gentlemen of the inquest, when Sir John Hay of Yester, knight, ancestor of the marquis of Tweedale, was retoured heir to Sir David Hay his brother in 1483. [DB]

• 1492–James succeeded to the Lee after his nephew Robert’s death. He had administered the estate while Robert was a minor until a family quarrel led to the appointment of an independent factor, John Inglish of Langlandhill.

• 1497–He had the honor of knighthood conferred upon him by King James IV (r:1488-1513) and, in the service of John lord Fleming as heir to Sir David Fleming his brother, is designed, dominus Jacobus Lockhart, dominus de Lee, miles, anno 1497 (lord James Lockhart, lord of Lee, knight, year 1497). [DB]

• 1502–Died in the year 1502. [DB]

• Children of Sir James Lockhart and Miss Hepburn:

+ 1. James LOCKHART (8th of Lee 1517). [DB]

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Late 15th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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) Mungo Lockhart (5th of Lee 1470) and Agnes Lindsay–

(6G-Lee) 1. Robert LOCKHART, 6th of Lee 1480 (b.abt.1479-d.1489). [UWL], [SML]

• The only child of Mungo Lockhart and Agnes Lindsay. [SML]

• 1480–Robert was an infant when his father Mungo died, about 1480. Robert became 6th of Lee, as a minor, with his inherited estate administered by his father’s brother James, until a family quarrel led to the appointment of an independent factor as administrator. [SML]

• 1489–James Lindesay (brother of Mungo’s mother) instituted a suit in conjunction with his sister, the widow of the late Sir Mungo Lockhart of the Lee, against the tutor of his nephew Robert Lockhart of the Lee, to obtain a suitable maintenance and allowance Robert. [Act Dom. Con.,128]  [UWL]

• Robert died about 1489, before reaching his majority and his Uncle James Lockhart became 7th of Lee, inheriting the estate and the debts of his brother Mungo. [SML]
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  • LOCKHARTS 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-Lee) 1. James LOCKHART, 8th of Lee 1517 (b.abt.1480-d.bef. 27 Feb 1532),

• Son of James Lockhart (7th of Lee 1492) (b.abt.1450-d.1502) and Miss Hepburn.

+ m. Mary SOMERVILLE, daughter of William master of Somerville, son and apparent heir of John lord Somerville. [DB.325]

• 1515– With 15 others, James was accused, found guilty and sentenced to be beheaded for the murder of Lord Creightoune in Edinburgh.  A stay of execution granted him remission 1515-16.

• 1517–There is a precept from the chancery for infefting James Lockhart of Lee, ‘tanquam filius et bares, quondam Jacobi Lockhart de Lee, militis, sui patris, etc.’ (as son and bears, of the former James Lockhart of Lee, soldier, his father, etc., in the lands and barony of Lee and Cartland, dated 30 May 1517. [DB]

• Children of James Lockhart and Mary Somerville:

+ 1. Alan LOCKHART (9th of Lee 1532). [DB]

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Early 16th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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-Lee) 1. Alan LOCKHART, 9th of Lee 1532 (b.1510-d.10 Sep 1547),

• Son of James Lockhart (8th of Lee 1517) and Mary Somerville.

+ m. Jean CARMICHAEL, daughter of Sir Hugh Carmichael of that ilk. [DB]

• 1532–There is a precept from the chancery for infefting Alan Lockhart of Lee, son and heir of the deceased James Lockhart of Lee, his father, in the lands and barony of Lee and Cartland, dated the penult of Feb 1532. [DB]

• 1532– Alan was convicted of the slaughter of Ralph Weir and later, the murder of David Weir and sentenced to be beheaded.

• 1541–A remission was granted for both murders, also for abiding from (failing to appear at) the raid of Werk in Northumberland.  (It was a feudal duty to join the King in mobilizing against an enemy when summoned.)

• 1547–Alan was killed at the Battle of Pinkie [DB], fighting against the Earl of Hertford’s army.

• Children of Alan Lockhart (1510-1547) (9th of Lee 1532) and Jean Carmichael:

+ 1. James LOCKHART (10th of Lee 1548).

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Mid 16th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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-Lee) 1. James LOCKHART, 10th of Lee 1548 (b.abt.1540-d.abt.1585),

• Son of Alan Lockhart (9th of Lee 1532) and Jean Carmichael.

+ 1m. Janet HAMILTON, daughter of Robert Hamilton of Dalserf (5 miles down the Clyde from the Lee). [SML]

+ 2m. Marian CUNNINGHAME, widow of Ninian Cunninghame of Whitchester in Berwickshire, produced no children.

• 1548 Sep 6–When a minor, James was served and retoured heir to his father Alan. [DB]

• 1558–James was charged with abiding from the Raid of Lauder.

• 1559–He was accused of treasonable crimes.

• 1572–Indicted for the murder of Darnley, 1572. Hugh Montgomery of Hislop stood bail of 5,000 pounds for James.  Quintygern Lockhart of Lee (possibly a younger brother of James) stood as security for others accused. [SML]

• Lord Darnley/ Henry Stuart, Duke of Albany (b.1545-d.1567) was the first cousin, 2nd husband, and King consort of Mary, Queen of Scots and father of her son James VI (James I of England). Darnley was unpopular and petulant and offended many who would have been his supporters.

• 1585–James died about the year 1585. [DB]  James died 1599. [SML]

• 1589 Mar 20–Discharge by Marion Cunninghame, Lady Lee, sister and heir to deceased William Cunninghame, pensioner of the kirks of Manyboll and Logy, with consent of James Lockhart, elder of Lee, her spouse, in favor of Patrick Hume, elder of Polwarth, for £100 Scots. [NAS, GD39/5/70]

• Children of James Lockhart of Lee and Janet Hamilton: (9G-Lee)

+ 1. James LOCKHART (11th of Lee 1599) (b.1570-d.1633).

+ 2. Elizabeth LOCKHART m. John CUNNINGHAME of Bonnington, Lanarkshire.

+ 3. Isabel LOCKHART m. Alexander MENZIES of Culterallers.

+ 4. Marian LOCKHART m. James STEWART of Allanton.

• In 1600, Alexander Lockhart (family connections unknown) was one of the ushers of the chamber to King James VI (reign:1567–1625).  James Stewart of Allanton was refused his requested audience with the King by Alexander Lockhart because the King wanted “to be quiet.”  James Stewart was so angry, he lured Lockhart, unarmed, out of the house and “set upon him with sword and bended pistol.”  Alexander Lockhart escaped with only two wounds in the head. [SML]
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Late 16th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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-Lee) 1. Sir James LOCKHART (b.1570-d.1633), 11th of Lee 1599, 1st of Carstairs 1612,

• Son of James Lockhart (10th of Lee 1548) and Janet Hamilton.

+ 1m. 1588, Jean Agnes DRUMMOND, daughter of Robert Drummond of Carnock. [SML]

+ 2m. Isabel WEIR, daughter of James Weir of Stonebyres. [SML]

+ 3m. 1607, Jean AUCHINLECK, a daughter of Sir George Auchinleck of Balmanno, a senator of the College of Justice.

• 1598–In 1567, a proclamation was issued against the wearing of firearms. In 1598, James was accused of bearing and wearing pistolettes—Witnesses: Alan Lockhart and Laurence Brown.

• 1596–James got a charter for the lands of Stanebyres, Auchinleck, Gilbank, Greenrigg, Kers, etc. in Lanarkshire, dated 29 Oct 1596.

• Knighthood conferred upon him by King James VI (r:1567-1625). [DB]

• 1607–Represented the county at Parliament. Appointed one of the Lords of the Articles, a committee to carry out the King’s policies, without recourse to Parliament.

• 1607–James and his wife Jean Auchinleck got a charter, dated 18 July 1607, for the lands of Fullwood, Castlehill, Margeland, Meikle, Little Barrochers, Birkenhead, and Wester Nymphlar, in sheriffdom of Lanark.

• 1610–He was Chancellor/Chairman of the Assize, which tried English pirates.

• 1612–Charter to the lands and barony of Carstairs, Lanarkshire, dated 2 June 1612.

• 1614–Charter to he and his wife Jean Auchinleck for lands of Steadis, Lanarkshire, dated 8 Sep 1614, confirmation 1617.

• 1617–Charter to he and his wife Jean Auchinleck and their son John, for lands of Melvine and Bellstane, dated 5 Apr 1617.

• Administered justice in country district at his baron court in Lanark as Judge. James was accused by Gideon Weir, notary in Lanark, of murdering (death by drowning for stealing nine sheep) a poorman (a Lee estate tenant) under the color of the law.

• Enforced law controlling the price of boots and shoes in Lanark. (Leather for footwear was imported and subject to market manipulating importers until tanning of leather was introduced into Scotland in 1622.)

• Children of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee,1st of Carstairs) and (1m) Jean Agnes Drummond: (10G-Lee)

+ 1. Elspeth LOCKHART m. James CUNNINGHAME, her cousin of Bonnington, and had issue. [DB]

• Children of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee,1st of Carstairs) and (2m) Isabel Weir:

+ 2. James LOCKHART (12th of Lee 1630) Lord Lee 1646,  [DB], (b.1596-d. 4 June 1674).

+ 3. Jean LOCKHART m. Andrew CRAWFORD of Baidland, and had issue. [DB]

+ 4. Mary LOCKHART m. Robert MONTGOMERIE of Macbiehill, and had issue. [DB]

• Children of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee,1st of Carstairs) and (3m) Jean Auchinleck:

+ 5. William LOCKHART (2nd of Carstairs 1627) (Father gave him lands of Carstairs). [DB]

+ 6. Elizabeth LOCKHART (b.abt.1609) m.11 Nov 1627, James LOCKHART (8th of Cleghorn 1627). [DB]

+ 7. John LOCKHART, fiar of Heids ‘til 1635 (Father gave him lands in parish of Carstairs). [DB]

+ 8. Grisel LOCKHART m. James BANNANTYNE of Corehouse, and had issue. [DB]

+ 9. Joseph LOCKHART (b.abt.1613) in West Ravenstruther, Carstairs. [NAS]

+ 10. Samuel LOCKHART, in East Ravenstruther, Carstairs, whose only daughter m. Richard Douglas. [DB]

+ 11. Mary LOCKHART m. Cornelius CRAWFORD of Jordanhill in Renfrewshire, and had issue. [DB]

+ 12. Christian LOCKHART m. James DOUGLAS of Morton in Dumfriesshire, and had issue. [DB]

+ 13. Janet LOCKHART m. Mr. CARRUTHERS of Holmains, and had issue. [DB]

+ 14. Catharine LOCKHART m. Mr. SANDIELANDS, and had issue. [DB]

+ 15. Jean LOCKHART, m. 1635, Robert CHANCELLOR of Shieldhill. [DB]

• Jean was the daughter of Sir James Lockhart of Lee (11th of Lee 1599) and (3m) Jean Auchinleck. [DB]

• Jean was the daughter of Sir John Lockhart of Lee. [Shieldhill Chart.; Nisbet’s Heraldry, II.,85] and [UWL].  John Lockhart (16th of Lee 1696) (-d.1707), o.s.p. (childless). [SML] –The earliest John “of Lee” known. [ISL]

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Late 16th – Early 17th Centuries

  • LOCKHARTS of LEE
  • (9G) Sir James Lockhart (1570-1633) (11th of Lee 1599, 1st of Carstairs) and (1m) Jean Agnes Drummond–

(10G-Lee) 1. Elspeth LOCKHART,

+ m. James CUNNINGHAME, her cousin of Bonnington.

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  • LOCKHARTS 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, 1st of Carstairs) and (2m) Isabel Weir–

(10G-Lee) 2. Lord Lee, Sir James William LOCKHART, 12th of Lee 1630 (b.1596-d. 4 Jun 1674),

• Son of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee 1599) and Isabel Weir.

+ 1m. 1617, Helen Elizabeth FAIRLIE (no issue).

+ 2m. 1619, Martha DOUGLAS, daughter of George Douglas of Mordington.

• Martha Douglas Lockhart was maid of honor to Queen Mary, the royal consort of King Charles I (r:1625-1649). [DB]

• 1599–Upon his father’s (James,11th of Lee 1599) resignation, when but a child, he got a charter for the lands of Murehall, Gardwoodend, Mushat, etc., dated 8 Sep 1599. [DB]

• 1619 June 29–Charter for the lands and barony of Lee, lands of Nymphlarfeuheads. [DB]

• 1623–Knighthood conferred upon him by King James VI [r:1567-1625]. [DB]

• 1623 Apr 14–Charter granting James land of “Ballstantoun, Mofsside, etc.” in Lanarkshire. [DB]

• 1644 Feb 26–Charter granting James land of Wester Kincadzow, etc. in Lanarkshire. [DB]

• 1645 Feb 1–Being in great favor, and highly esteemed by King Charles I [r:1625-1649], James was appointed one of the commissioners of exchequer. [DB]

• 1646–Appointed one of the senators of the college of justice. [DB]

• 1646 Mar 6–Charter granting James lands of Lochryne in the shire of Kincardin. [DB]

• 1646 Aug 4–Charter granting James lands of Auchinglen in Lanarkshire. [DB]

• Hamilton’s army marched to Preston in an attempt to rescue Charles I Stuart from the Parliamentarians.  Three Lockharts were with him:  Sir James (1596–1674), James’ brother Sir William of Carstairs, and James’ eldest son William (1620–1675).  The rescue was a disaster.

• The Scots had handed Charles I over to the English, never intending execution to be his fate.  When the English executed Charles I in 1649, it outraged the Scots and they started fighting against Cromwell instead of alongside him.  (Ruler of England, Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector, reigned 1649–1658).

• 1649 Feb–The usurpation caused James to loose offices he held. [DB]

• 1651–While attending the army in Perthshire, James was surprised and taken prisoner by a party of Cromwell’s men, then taken to London 1651 and lodged in the Tower (a prison fortress at that time) for several years. [DB] [SML]

• James’ son William had been a leading figure among the Covenanters, swung to the Stuart cause and now had switched sides again, holding an important office under the protectorate government and had married Cromwell’s niece (m.1654 Robina Shouster).  William’s influence obtained his father’s release from the Tower.

• 1662–After the restoration, King Charles II [r:1660-1685] appointed James one of his privy council and restored him to his lord of session’s place, which appears by a charter under the great seal, ‘domino Jacobo Lockhart de Lee, militi, uni senatorum collegii justicia, terrarum de Cleghorn, etc.’ dated 16 May 1662. [DB]

* 1667–James obtained a charter, confirmed by Parliament in 1699 [Act Parl. VII. 597], granting him the lands and barony of Symontown in Lanarkshire, with the advocation, donation and right of patronage of the kirk. From this grant was exempted the lands of Anniston (held by John Mure). [Upper Ward of Lanarkshire, pp.184,191]

• The estate of Stonehouse, belonging to the Hamiltons for several ages, was first purchased by the Lord Lee, and then by his son, the Lord Castlehill, and then the estate went to Martha Lockhart of Castlehill, his daughter, and John Sinclair, younger of Stevenson, her spouse.  [William Hamilton of Wishaw. Descriptions of The Sheriffdoms of Lanark and Renfrew, compiled about 1710, Glasgow 1831, p.8.]

• 1671 July 28–King made James lord justice-clerk. [DB]

• 1671 Nov 28–King gave James a pension of 400 pounds sterling annually for life. [DB]

• Children of Sir James William Lockhart (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas:

+ 1. Anne LOCKHART m. George LOCKHART of Tarbrax.

+ 2. William LOCKHART (13th of Lee 1674), Ambassador to France 1656.

+ 3. George LOCKHART (1st of Carnwath).

+ 4. John LOCKHART (Lord Castlehill).

+ 5. Captain Robert LOCKHART.

+ 6. Miss LOCKHART (b.abt.1628) m. William LINDSAY of Covington.

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(10G-Lee) 3. Jean LOCKHART, m. Andrew CRAWFORD of Baidland. [DB]

• Daughter of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee 1599).

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(10G-Lee) 4. Mary LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee 1599).

+ m. Robert MONTGOMERY, of Macbeth Hill, [Douglas' Baronage], son of Andrew Montgomery (b.1598) of Macbeth Hill.  (Alternate spelling: Montgomerie, of Macbiehill or Magbie Hill.)

• Children of Robert Montgomery and Mary Lockhart:  (2 daughters, 3 sons)

+ 1. Miss MONTGOMERY, m. John ROWAT.

+ 2. Miss MONTGOMERY, m. J. Hamilton, of Newton.

+ 3. William MONTGOMERY, Baronet 28 May 1774, heir to Macbeth Hill, in the county of Peebles.

m. Miss PETER, only daughter and heiress of John PETER, of Whiteslead, and had two sons:

+ 3.1. William MONTGOMERY (b.1682-d.1768), heir to Macbeth Hill,

m. a daughter of John HOOKS, of Gaunt, and had a son:

+ 3.1.1. William MONTGOMERY, heir to Macbeth Hill,

m. Barbara, daughter of Robert RUTHERFORD, esq. of Bowland.

+ 3.2. James MONTGOMERY, who d.s.p. with four daughters, married.

+ 4. James MONTGOMERY, d.s.p.

+ 5. Hugh MONTGOMERY.

[John Burke and Sir John Bernard Burke, "A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland" (Scott, Webster, and Geary, 1841) 2nd ed., p.364]

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See LOCKHARTS of CARSTAIRS for descendants of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee 1599, 1st of Carstairs), listed immediately below.

• Children of Sir James Lockhart (11th of Lee 1599) and (3m.1607) Jean Auchinleck:

5. William LOCKHART (2nd of Carstairs 1627) (Father gave him lands of Carstairs).

6. Elizabeth LOCKHART (b.abt.1609) m.11 Nov 1627, James LOCKHART (8th of Cleghorn 1627).

7. John LOCKHART, fiar of Heids ‘til 1635 (Father gave him lands in parish of Carstairs).

8. Grisel LOCKHART m. James BANNANTYNE.

9. Joseph LOCKHART (b.abt.1613) in Ravenstruther. [NAS]

10. Samuel LOCKHART in Castlehill.

11. Mary LOCKHART m. Cornelius CRAWFORD of Jordanhill in Renfrewshire.

12. Christian LOCKHART m. James DOUGLAS of Morton in Dumfriesshire.

13. Janet LOCKHART m. Mr. CARRUTHERS of Holmains.

14. Catharine LOCKHART m. Mr. SANDIELANDS.

15. Jean LOCKHART m. Robert CHANCELLOR of Shieldhill, and had a daughter Susannah Chancellor charged with sorcery. [SML]

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Early 17th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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–

(11G-Lee) 1. Anne LOCKHART (b.abt.1620-d),

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

+ m. George LOCKHART of Tarbrax (b.abt.1587-d.3 Nov 1658).

• George Lockhart of Trabrokis [Tarbrax] died 3 Nov 1658 and was buried in Greyfriars Burying-Ground, Edinburgh. [Register of Interments, Greyfriars]

• Children of George Lockhart and Anne Lockhart:

+ 1. William LOCKHART (of Tarbrax 1669).

+ 2. Anne LOCKHART, Lady Haddo, m. Sir George GORDON (1st Earl of Aberdeen).

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(11G-Lee) 2. Sir William LOCKHART, 13th of Lee 1674 (b.1621-d. 20 Mar 1676),

• Other titles: Lord, Colonel, Ambassador to France 1656.

• Son of Sir James William Lockhart (12th of Lee 1630) (b.1596-d. 4 Jun 1674) and Martha Douglas.

+ 1m. Margaret HAMILTON, daughter of Sir James Hamilton, died childless.

+ 2m. 1654, Robina SHOUSTER/ Sewster, niece to Oliver Cromwell.

• Equally distinguished as a soldier, statesman, and diplomat and equally in favor with Cromwell and Charles II.

• Entered the French Army and rose to the rank of Captain.

• Lt. Col. of Lanarkshire E Regiment during the Civil War.

• 1643–Knighted by Charles I (GB r:1625-1649). [DB]

• Was made Colonel of Horse.

• Attached himself entirely to the Lord (afterwards Duke) William Hamilton party. [DB]

• 1651 Sept. 3, Battle of Worcester—After this fatal battle, Sir William lived privately in the country for a year or two, but at last being wearied of an indolent life, and no appearance of anything to be done in favor of the royal family, he determined to go abroad, and went by the way of London to visit his father, then a prisoner in the tower.  Oliver Cromwell (r:1649-1658) heard of his being in London, and being no stranger to William’s eminent qualities and great capacity, left no stone unturned to bring him over to his interest, at last prevailing with William to enter into Cromwell’s service. [DB]

• 1652–Commissioner for the administration of Justice in Scotland, under Cromwell.

• 1653–Member Parliament 1653-1658, Lanark.

• 1654–2m. Robina Shouster/ Sewster, niece to Oliver Cromwell.

• 1656–English Ambassador at the French court, in Paris 1656-1658.

• 1658 June 14, at Battle of Dunkirk (aka: Battle of the Dunes), commanded the English forces.

• 1658–Sir William was appointed Governor of Dunkirk by Oliver Cromwell, after the town surrender 1658, and continued in that post until the restoration. [DB]

• 1659 Feb 10. “Colonel Lockhart’s Regiment”. [HCJ.v7]

• 1659 Apr 1. “Resolved, etc. that a Committee be named to consider of what is fit to be offered to this House, in relation to the Affairs of Scotland.  . . . Advocate Lockhart, . . . are appointed . . .” [HCJ.v7]

• 1659 July 2. “Envoy to France. Ordered, that the Commissioners for Custody of the Great Seal, be, and are hereby, impowered and required to pass such Commission unto Mr. Lockhart, to be employed to the French King with such Character as the Council of State shall think fit.” [HCJ.v7]

• 1659 July 4. “Envoy to France. Resolved, that Mr. Speaker do sign the Docket for passing Letters Patents concerning a Commission to impower Wm. Lockhart, Governor of Dunkirk, and Chief Commander of the Parliament’s Army in Flaunders [Flanders], to treat with the King of France his Commissioners and Ministers, dated 4 July 1659.”

• 1659 July 27. “Lord Lockhart’s Regiment of Horse in the Garison of Dunkirk” . . . “Lord Lockhart’s Regiment of Foot in the Garison of Dunkirk”. [HCJ.v7.]

* 1659 Aug 18. “Letter from the Ambassador Lockhart, of 11 Aug. was read.” [HCJ.v7.]

* 1660–William delivered the keys of the Governor of Dunkirk office to King Charles II (r:1660-1685), who immediately returned them to him; and he continued in that office as long as he lived.  The King, well knowing Sir William’s extraordinary qualifications and as the first mark of his favor, gave him the command of a regiment, and soon thereafter appointed him his ambassador to the court of France. [DB]

• 1673 April, to Paris, as ambassador (1673-1676) to the French court and Louis XIV.

• 1674–Heir to his father Sir James (12th of Lee 1630), in the barony of Stonehouse, comprehending the lands of Symontown/ Symington. [UWL]

• 1674–Upon the death of Sir William’s father, Sir James Lockhart the lord justice clerk, the King appointed Sir William to succeed Sir James in that high office, 1674, though then in France, but he did not live long to enjoy it. [DB]

• Children of Sir William Lockhart, 13th of Lee 1674 and Margaret Hamilton: (12G-Lee)

+ 1. James LOCKHART (b.abt.1650-“died in the flower of his age, unmarried”)  [Sir Robert Douglas (1694-1770), The Baronage of Scotland, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1798, p. 327]

• Children of Sir William Lockhart (13th of Lee 1674) and Dame Robina Shouster:

+ 2. Cromwell LOCKHART (14th of Lee 1675).

+ 3. Julius LOCKHART (killed at Tangier, betw.1677-1684) childless. [DB]

+ 4. Richard LOCKHART (15th of Lee 1685) (-d.1696), childless.

+ 5. John LOCKHART (16th of Lee 1696) (-d.1707), childless.

+ 6. James LOCKHART (17th of Lee 1707) (-d.1718).

+ 7. Martha LOCKHART, maid of honor to King William’s Queen Mary (r:1689-1694). [DB]

+ 8. Robina LOCKHART, m. Archibald DOUGLAS, Earl of Forfar (Angus, Scotland). [SML]

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(11G-Lee) 3. Sir George LOCKHART, 1st of Carnwath 1681 (b.abt.1630-d. 4 Apr 1689),

• Son of Lord Lee, Sir James William Lockhart (12th of Lee 1630) (b.1596-d. 4 Jun 1674) and Martha Douglas.

+ m. Philadelphia WHARTON, 4th daughter of Earl of Wharton.

• George was Lord Advocate during Cromwell’s time.

• 1656–called to the Bar.

• 1658–Appointed Advocate to the Lord Protector.

• 1672–Chosen as Dean of the Faculty of Advocates; counsel for Court of Session.

• 1681–Purchased Barony of Braidwood and acquired The Tower of Hallbar, bought estates of Dryden and the extensive estates of the Earls of Carnwath in Lanarkshire, becoming the 1st of Carnwath.

Braidwood, Lanarkshire, Scotland

• Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath 1681) bought the property of Craiglockhart from Sir John Gilmour. Sir George was also proprietor of Dryden, in the neighboring parish of Lasswade. George (2nd of Carnwath 1689) was served heir to his father in Craiglockhart in 1690, soon after which period he disposed of that property to George Porteous. [Thomas Murray, Biographical Annals of the Parish of Colinton, Edinburgh 1863]

• 1685–Appointed President of the Court of Session, “The Lord President”.

• When persecution was at its height, Sir George proposed that the Covenanters should emigrate en masse to the Carolinas and set up a Presbyterian community there.

• 1689 Mar 31–George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath) was shot/ murdered, in Edinburgh, by John Chiesley, against whom the Lord President had adjudicated a cause. (George’s brother John was with him, also Daniel Lockhart was with him)

• 1689 Apr 4–Sir George (Lord President) died. [Register of Interments, Greyfriars Burying Ground, Edinburgh]

• Children (short-lived) of Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath): (12G-Lee)

“a child” (d.26 Jun 1667), child of Sir George Lockhart (advocate). [Reg. of Interments, Greyfriars Burying Ground, Edinburgh]

Martha (d.26 Jun 1673), child of Sir George Lockhart (advocate). [Reg. of Interments, Greyfriars Burying Ground, Edinburgh]

“a child” (d.1 Sep 1673), child of Sir George Lockhart (advocate).  [Reg. of Interments, Greyfriars Burying Ground, Edinburgh]

• Children of Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath) and Philadelphia Wharton: (12G-Lee)

+ 1. George LOCKHART (2nd of Carnwath).

+ 2. Barbara LOCKHART.

+ 3. Philip LOCKHART.

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(11G-Lee) 4. Sir John LOCKHART (b.abt.1624-d.1694), Lord Castlehill,

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

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

• Children of Sir John Lockhart and Catherine Thomson: (12G-Lee)

+ 1. Martha LOCKHART.

+ 2. Matilda LOCKHART.

+ 3. James LOCKHART.

See LOCKHARTS of CASTLEHILL.

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(11G-Lee) 5. Capt. Robert LOCKHART (b.abt.1626-d.bef.1652),

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

• Robert died in Scotland civil wars, no more than 25 years old.

• British Civil Wars: 1st 1642-46; 2nd 1648; 3rd 1649-51.

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(11G-Lee) 6. Miss LOCKHART (b.abt.1628),

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

+ m. William LINDSAY of Covington, Scotland.

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Mid 17th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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, 1st of Carstairs) and Isabel Weir–
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • (11G) Sir William Lockhart (1621-1676) (13th of Lee 1674)–

 

(12G-Lee) 1. James LOCKHART (b.abt.1650-“died in the flower of his age, unmarried”)  [Sir Robert Douglas (1694-1770), The Baronage of Scotland, Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1798, p. 327]

• Son of Sir William Lockhart (1621-1676) (13th of Lee 1674) and (1m.) Margaret Hamilton.

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(12G-Lee) 2. Cromwell LOCKHART (14th of Lee 1675) (b.abt.1655-d.8 Mar 1693), childless,

• Son of Sir William Lockhart (1621-1676) (13th of Lee) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

+ 1m. a daughter of Daniel HARVIE (English Ambassador to Constantinople).

+ 2m. 1 Sep 1687, Martha LOCKHART, Lady Castlehill, daughter of Sir John Lockhart of Castlehill.  Cromwell and Martha had no children.

• “Cromal Lockhart” died 8 Mar 1693; buried at Lendrick (Lanark). [Register of Interments, Greyfriars Burying-Ground, Edinburgh]

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(12G-Lee) 3. Julius LOCKHART, (killed at Tangier, betw. 1677-1684), childless. [DB]

• Son of Sir William Lockhart (1621-1676) (13th of Lee) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

• Spelling variations:  Julius / Lucius;  Lockhart / Lakirt.

• Captain Julius Lockhart, of Dumbarton’s regiment, commanded a detachment of the first Battalion.  He appears as Lucius Lockhart in Ross’ “Old Scottish Colours.”  Captain in 1679. (Ormonde MSS.)  Second in Command of Forlorn Hope, 20 Sept 1680.  Appears to have left the Regiment in 1681, as Captain A. Urquhart replaced him.  [Journal of the Society of Army Historical Research, (Sheffield, England 1922)]

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(12G-Lee) 4. Richard LOCKHART (15th of Lee 1685) (b.abt.1657-d.16 Apr 1696), childless.

• Son of Sir William Lockhart (1621-1676) (13th of Lee) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

• 1696–Lockhart of Lie [Lee] died 16 Apr 1696 and was “buried Landrik” [Lanark]. [Register of Interments, Greyfriars]

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(12G-Lee) 5. John LOCKHART (16th of Lee 1696) (b.abt.1659-d.1707), childless.

• Son of Sir William Lockhart (1621-1676) (13th of Lee) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

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(12G-Lee) 6. James LOCKHART, 17th of Lee 1707 (b.abt.1661-d.1718),

• Son of Sir William Lockhart (13th of Lee 1674) (Ambassador to France 1656-1658) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

+ m. Dorothy LUCHAN,  daughter of Sir William Luchan of William Abbey.

• 1715–Elected member of parliament for the county of Lanark, and was one of the commissioners of equivalent. [DB]

• Children of James Lockhart (17th of Lee 1707) and Dorothy Luchan:

+ (13G) 1. Ann LOCKHART (b. abt. 1690-d. aft. 1720)

+ (13G) 2.-6. (3 sons and 2 daughters, all died young).

+ (13G) 7. John LOCKHART (18th of Lee 1718) (-d.1788), childless.

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(12G-Lee) 7. Martha LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Sir William Lockhart (13th of Lee 1674) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

• Maid of honor to King William’s Queen Mary (r:1689-1694). [DB]

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(12G-Lee) 8. Robina LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Sir William Lockhart (13th of Lee 1674) and (2m.1654) Dame Robina Shouster.

+ m. Archibald DOUGLAS, Earl of Forfar (Angus, Scotland). [SML]

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  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–

(12G-Lee) 1. George LOCKHART, 2nd of Carnwath 1689, (b.1673-d.17 Dec 1731),

• Son of Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton. [SML]

+ m. 18 Apr 1697, Euphemia MONTGOMERY (d. Dec 1738), daughter of Alexander (9th Earl of Eglinton). [John Debrett, The Peerage of the UK of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol.II, London 1820, p.714]

• 1689–Inherited the family estates at the age of 16 when his father was murdered. [SML]

• Laird of Craiglockhart.  Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath) bought the property of Craiglockhart from Sir John Gilmour.  Sir George was also proprietor of Dryden, in the neighboring parish of Lasswade. George (2nd of Carnwath 1689) was served heir to his father in Craiglockhart in 1690, soon after which period he disposed of that property to George Porteous. [Thomas Murray, Biographical Annals of the Parish of Colinton, Edinburgh 1863]

• Centuries previously, Craiglockhart had been the property of the Lockhart family, from whom it took the name which it still retains–Sir Simon Lockhart having, so early as the time of Alexander III (1249-85) purchased the estate from William Lamberton, its previous possessor.

• The fortalice of Craiglockhart, a narrow square tower or keep, was, as is evident from the character of the building, erected by the Lockharts, and is not less than six hundred years old.  The basement storey, arched, and the shattered walls of the second, still fortunately remain (in 1863).  Every vestige of its precincts has disappeared. [Thomas Murray, Biographical Annals of the Parish of Colinton, Edinburgh 1863]

• 1702-1707 and 1708-1710–M.P. for Edinburgh.

• 1710-1713 and 1713-1715–M.P. for Wigton Burghs.

• Representative of Lanarkshire in the Scottish Parliament till the Union, and of Mid-Lothian from that time till 1715. [Thomas Murray, Biographical Annals of the Parish of Colinton, Edinburgh 1863]

• 1714–George authored, “Memoirs concerning the Affairs of Scotland, from Queen Anne’s Accession to the Throne to the Commencement of the Union”, published anonymously in 1714. George’s memoirs were later (1817) included in the two volumes called, “The Lockhart Papers”–the most valuable sources of the history of the Jacobite Movement. [Information traced and produced by Victor S.C. Lockhart, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1947.]

• 1715–Arrested during the Rebellion, imprisoned, but liberated without trial.

• Although he suffered imprisonment for a time, and had to flee to the Continent (Holland), he contrived to escape with his life, and to save his estates. [Thomas Murray, Biographical Annals of the Parish of Colinton, Edinburgh 1863]

• 1718-1727–King James’ Confidential Agent in Scotland. [SML]

• 1728–In order to return from exile George had to sacrifice his political career and live quietly in retirement.  He was allowed to return in May 1728. [Scotlands People]

• 1731–George died as a result of a duel. [SML]

• Children of George Lockhart (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie: (13G-Lee)

+ 1. Margaret LOCKHART (chr: 12 July 1698-d.1765), Edinburgh.

+ 2. George LOCKHART (3rd of Carnwath 1731) (1700-1765).

+ 3. Alexander “Sandy” LOCKHART, Lord Covington (1701-1782).

+ 4. Euphemia/ Eupheme LOCKHART (c: 12 Feb 1703-d. 24 Nov 1762), Countess of Wigton,

+ 1m. John FLEMING (1674-1744), 6th Earl of Wigton.

+ 2m. Peter MacELLIGOT, Maj-Gen. Austrian Army.

+ 5. Thomas LOCKHART (c: 4 Feb 1705).

+ 6. Kate LOCKHART (a twin c: 26 Feb 1706).

+ 7. Grace LOCKHART (a twin, c: 26 Feb 1706-d.17 Nov 1738), Countess of Aboyne.

+ 8. Lt. Col. James “Jamie” LOCKHART (1707-1749).

+ 9. William “Willy” or “Will” LOCKHART (b.1708).

+ 10. Susan LOCKHART (b.10 Aug 1709).

• Her father George said Susan was “unfit to go out into the world.” [SML]

+ 11. Francis LOCKHART (b. 4 Oct 1710).

+ 12. Jean LOCKHART (b. 2 Feb 1713).

+ 13. Philip LOCKHART (a twin) (1716-1749).

+ 14. (daughter, a twin) (1716-20 Jul 1716) (stillborn).

+ 15. Mary LOCKHART (b. 8 Sep 1718-d.1805 at 87 yrs),

+ m. John RATTRAY.

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(12G-Lee) 2. Barbara Philadelphia LOCKHART (b. 26 Oct 1686-d. aft. 1739),

• Daughter of Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton.

+ 1m. Daniel CARMICHAEL of Mauldslie, Scotland and had children.

+ 2m. James LOCKHART, 12th of Cambusnethan (b. 24 May 1677-d.1696), no children.

• 1739–Mrs. Barbara Lockhart, relict of Daniel Carmichael, of Mauldsly, residenter at Stonehouse, parish of Stonehouse, 11 Sep 1739. [Commissariot Record of Lanark, Register of Testaments 1595-1800, Edinburgh 1903]

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(12G-Lee) 3. Capt. Philip LOCKHART (b.11 Jan 1689-d.1714),

• Son of Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton.

• 1689 Mar 31–Philip was just an infant when his father Sir George was shot. [SML]

• 1714–Taken prisoner at Preston and executed in 1714. [SML]

• “Captain Philip Lockhart, of the Dryden family, was one of the prisoners taken at Preston, in England, in 1715, and for having previously borne a commission in the British army, was tried by court-martial; and by a savage stretch of power was, with Major Nairne, Ensign Erskine, Captain Shaftoe, and others, shot for alleged desertion.  Nairne and Lockhart denied that they could be guilty of desertion, as ‘they had no commission from, nor trust under, the present Government, and the regiment to which they belonged had been broken several years ago in Spain,’ and that they regarded their half-pay but as a gratuity for their past services to Queen Anne.  Major Nairne was the first who perished.  ‘After he was shot, Captain Lockhart would not suffer the soldiers to touch his friend’s body, but with his own hands, with help of the other two gentlemen, laid him in his coffin; after which he [Philip] was shot, and the other two performed the like to his body; then they were shot, and laid together, without a coffin, in a pit digged for the purpose.  Which tragical scene being thus finished, Mr. Nairne and Mr. Lockhart were decently buried.’ “  [James Grant, “Old and New Edinburgh,” ‘Letter to a friend in the king’s camp,’ Perth, 1715.]

• SEE portrait of Philip Lockhart (1689-1714/1716) at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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  • LOCKHARTS 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) 1. Martha LOCKHART (chr: 2 Oct 1668-d.15 May 1752), Lady Castlehill,

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

+ 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 was heir to the barony of Stonehouse. [The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire]

+ 2m. 1698, Sir John SINCLAIR (d.1752), younger, (4th Baronet of Stevenson, 13th of Cambusnethan).  Descendants of this marriage took the name LOCKHART of Castlehill, Stonehouse and Cambusnethan–later, SINCLAIR-LOCKHART.

• Children of Martha Lockhart (1668-1752) and Sir John Sinclair:  (13G)

+ 1.1. Sir Robert SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b.abt.1699-d.1754), 5th of Stevenson.

1.1.1. John Gordon SINCLAIR (b.abt.1734) (6th Baronet Stevenson). [HBC]

1.1.2. Captain James SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (15th of Cambusnethan). [HBC]

+ 1.2. James SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (b.abt.1708), m. Charlotte BOGLE.

+ 1.3. George SINCLAIR-LOCKHART (d. 5 May 1764) (14th of Cambusnethan) of Castlehill, Lord Woodhall.  After the deaths of Sir John Sinclair and Lady (Martha Lockhart) Castlehill, the lands of Cambusnethan and Castlehill came into the possession of their third son, George Lockhart of Castlehil (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).]

+ 1.4. Ann SINCLAIR, m. George BOGLE (1701-1782) of Daldowie, son of Robert Bogle who purchased the portion of Daldowie land George inherited. [Smith and Mitchell, The Old Country Houses of The Old Glasgow Gentry, Glasgow 1878]

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(12G-Lee) 2. Matilda LOCKHART,

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

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(12G-Lee) 3. James LOCKHART (chr: 24 May 1677-d.1696), 12th of Cambusnethan, died without children,

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

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

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  • LOCKHARTS 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, 1st of Carstairs) and Isabel Weir–
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • (11G) Sir William Lockhart (13th of Lee 1674) and (2m.1654) Robina Shouster–
  • (12G) James Lockhart (17th of Lee 1707) and Dorothy Luchan–

(13G) 1. Ann LOCKHART (b. abt. 1690-d. aft. 1720),

• Daughter of James Lockhart (17th of Lee 1707) and Dorothy Luchan.

+ m. abt. 1740, John POLLOK of Balgray (d. 1743), son of Sir Robert Pollok.

• Children of John Pollok (d. 1743) and Ann Lockhart (b. abt. 1690-d. aft. 1720):

+ 1. Robina POLLOK (d. 1820).

+ m. abt. 1765, Sir Hew CRAWFURD (d. 1794).

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(13G-Lee) 7. John LOCKHART, 18th of Lee 1718, [SML] (b.abt.1697-d.1778),

• Son of James Lockhart (17th of Lee 1707) and Dorothy Luchan.

+ 1m. Jean ALEXANDER, sole heiress of Mr. Robert Alexander of Blackhouse in Argyleshire. [DB]

+ 2m. Mary PORTERFIELD of Fulwood, Scotland.

• 1778–John died childless. [SML]

• John was the last of the direct descendants from Sir William (1st of Lee). [SML]

• After the death of John (d.1778) (18th of Lee), the succession opened up to Count Lockhart-Wishart. [Joseph Irving, “The West of Scotland in History,” Scotland 1885]  (14G-Lee) Gen. Count James LOCKHART-WISHART (b.16 Nov 1727-d.1790) (4th of Carnwath, 19th of Lee).

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Early 18th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–

(13G-Lee) 2. George LOCKHART, 3rd of Carnwath 1731, (chr:18 June 1700-d.1765),

• Son of George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie.

• “The Hunting Laird.” [SML]

+ m. 19 Jan 1726, Furgusia WISHART of Cuftonhall.

• Children of George (3rd of Carnwath) and Furgusia Wishart: (14G-Lee)

+ 1. George LOCKHART (b.4 Dec 1726-d.1761)

+ 2. Count James LOCKHART (b.16 Nov 1727-d.1790)

+ 3. Alexander LOCKHART (b.4 Dec 1728)

+ 4. Clementina “Clemena” LOCKHART (b.13 Jan 1730-d.31 Mar 1803),

+ m.18 May 1761, Colonel  John “Jock” GORDON (1728-30 Oct 1778) of Glentanner.

• Children of Clementina Lockhart (1730-1803) and Jock Gordon (1728-1778):

+ 4.1. John GORDON (1765-1832).

+ 4.2. George GORDON, died unmarried. [The Scots Peerage]

+ 4.3. James GORDON, died young. [The Scots Peerage]

+ 4.4. Clementina GORDON (b.1768-d.13 Dec 1801), unmarried. [The Scots Peerage]

+ 4.5. Grace Margaret GORDON (1766-1832), m. 23 Apr 1794, William Graham of Mossknow, Dumfriesshire. [The Scots Peerage]

+ 5. John LOCKHART (b.19 Dec 1731)

+ 6. Euphemia LOCKHART (b.30 Jun 1733-d.1760).

+ 7. William LOCKHART (b.16 Mar 1736-d.1756)

+ 8. Anne LOCKHART (b. 30 Dec 1736).

+ 9. Margaret LOCKHART (b. 8 Mar 1738).

+ 10. Charles LOCKHART (b.27 Feb 1740-d.1796)

+ 11. Grace LOCKHART (b.14 Sep 1741).

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(13G-Lee) 3. Alexander “Sandy” LOCKHART (c: 27 Nov 1701-d.17 Nov 1782), Lord Covington,

• Son of George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie.

• 1722–Alexander Lockhart had been at the Bar from 1722, and, when appointed to the Bench, in 1774, had long borne the reputation of being one of the most able lawyers of the age, yet he never realized more than a thousand a year by his practice.  He lived in a somewhat isolated mansion, near the Parliament Close. [James Grant, "Old And New Edinburgh".]

• 1726–Craig House was the property of Sir John Elphinstone. ["Old and New Edinburgh", vol.5, chap.4: "District of the Burghmuir", p.42, Cassell & Company, London.]

• 1770 Nov 5–Craig House, at Craiglockhart, was the property and residence of Alexander Lockhart, Esq. ["Old and New Edinburgh", vol.5, chap.4: "District of the Burghmuir", p.42, Cassell & Company, London.]

• 1776–Alexander Lockhart, Lord of Session as Lord Covington. [National Archives of Scotland, CS222/77]

• 1784–Restalrig, was Alexander’s residence in 1784. [Old And New Edinburgh by James Grant.]

• Children of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart:  (14G-Lee)

+ 1. Rear Admiral William LOCKHART

+ 2. Rebecca LOCKHART (-d. 2 May 1761 at Bristol, England),

+ m. 15 Sep 1749, James, Lord BOYD (1726-1778). [Sir James Balfour Paul, “The Scots Peerage,” Vol.III, Edinburgh 1906, p.581.]

+ 3. Anne LOCKHART, m. Charles BOYD (1728-1782).

+ 4. Thomas LOCKHART, O.S.P.

+ 5. Robert LOCKHART, O.S.P.

+ 6. Flaminia LOCKHART.

+ 7. Susan LOCKHART.

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(13G-Lee) 7. Grace LOCKHART (a twin, c: 26 Feb 1706-d.17 Nov 1738), Countess of Aboyne,

• Daughter of George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie.

+ 1m. 20 Jun 1724, John GORDON (d.1732), (3rd Earl of Aboyne 1702).

• Children of Grace Lockhart (1706-1738) and John Gordon:

+ 7.1. Charles GORDON (1726-28 Dec 1794), (4th Earl of Aboyne 1732).

+ 7.2. John GORDON (1728-30 Oct 1778), m. Clementina Lockhart, daughter of George Lockhart of Carnwath.

+ 7.3. Lockhart GORDON (1732-24 Mar 1788).

+ 2m. 1734, James Stewart/ STUART (1708-1767), (7th Earl of Moray).

• Children of Grace Lockhart (1706-1738) and James Stuart (1708-1767).

+ 7.4. Francis Stuart (b.11 Jan 1737-d.28 Aug 1810), (8th Earl of Moray),

+ m. 28 Jun 1763, June, daughter of John, 12th lord Gray. [Debrett's Peerage,1820]

+ 7.5. Euphemia Stuart (d.1770), unmarried. [Debrett's Peerage,1820]

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(13G-Lee) 8. James “Jamie” LOCKHART (b. 6 Jun 1707-d. 15 Oct 1749),

• Son of George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie.

• Lt.-Col., Halket’s Regiment, Dutch Service.

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(13G-Lee) 9. William “Willy/ Will” LOCKHART  (b. 4 Aug 1708),

• Son of George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie.

• 1745–Army career ended with court martial.

• 1747–Will then lived with brother Philip on Isle of Man until Philip died in 1747.

• 1757–Will remained writing letters from Isle of Man until 1757.

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(13G-Lee) 13. Philip LOCKHART (a twin) (b. 20 July 1716-d.16 Dec 1747),

• Son of George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie.

• 1747–Philip died on Isle of Man, age 31, an end to poor health since childhood.

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  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–

(14G-Lee) 1. George LOCKHART (b.4 Dec 1726-d.1761),

• Son of George (3rd of Carnwath 1731) (1700-1765) and Furgusia Wishart.

• 1761–George (b.1726) died 1761, exiled in Paris.

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(14G-Lee) 2. Count James LOCKHART, later LOCKHART-WISHART (b.16 Nov 1727-d.1790)

• 4th of Carnwath 1765, 19th of Lee 1788.

• Son of George Lockhart (3rd of Carnwath 1731) (1700-1765) and Furgusia Wishart.

• Titles: General and Count.

+ 1m. Matilda (unknown).

[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).  Matilda was the 2nd daughter of John Sinclair-LOCKHART (b.abt.1708-d.1761), who was also known as "John Lockhart of Castlehill".  Matilda was the granddaughter of Martha Lockhart (1668-1752), Lady Castlehill, and Sir John Sinclair (-d.1726).  --ISL, 8 Oct 2013]

+ 2m. June 1770 (D), Marianne MURRAY, only daughter and heiress of Adam Murray of Belridding. [Scotsfind].

+ 3m. Annabella CRAWFORD (-d.1776).

• James went into military service at a very early age, a soldier of fortune in Persia. [SML]

• 1757–Captain of the Grenadier Company of the 33rd regiment, and earned distinction at the Battle of Prague. [SML]

• 1761–Resigned his commission and returned to Scotland–his eldest brother George had died in Paris and James became heir to the estate. [SML]

• 1763–Rejoined his regiment, now as Colonel, appointed to the staff of the Duke of Lorraine, and later, to the Grand Duke of Tuscany. [SML]

• 1776–James’ wife died, and he left his children at Dryden with a nurse while he was abroad with the Austrian Army in the service of Maria Theresa, the Empress of Austria.  [SML]

• Lived in Dryden House, in the middle of the Midlothian coal field, where the Lockharts had worked the coal since acquiring the land at the end of the 17th century. Later, the coal mining resulted in complete demolition of the house. [SML]

• 1778–James inherited the Lee estate from his cousin John Lockhart (b.abt.1697-d.1778) (18th of Lee 1718) who died childless. [SML], [Joseph Irving, "The West of Scotland in History," Scotland 1885]

• 1783 Mar 17–James became Count of the Holy Roman Empire with the title Count Lockhart-Wischeart [Wishart] of Lee and Carnwath. [SML]

• James became 19th of Lee, uniting the two properties of Lee and Carnwath.

• 1790–James died at Pisa. He was buried in the family vault in St. Mary’s Aisle at the Church of Carnwath, Carnwath, Scotland. [SML]

• Children of Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) and (1m.) Matilda:

(15G-Lee) 2.1. Theresa LOCKHART, m. Sir Charles ROSS of Balnagowan. [SML]

* Children of Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) and Marianne Murray:

2.2. Charles LOCKHART-WISHART (-d.1802), 5th of Carnwath, 20th of Lee. Charles became the second Count Lockhart. Charles died childless. [SML]

2.3. Matilda LOCKHART (b.1774-d.1850), m. Anthony AUFRERE (b.1757-d.1834), editor of The Lockhart Papers. [SML]

2.3.1. Louisa Anna Matilda AUFRERE (1792-1868); m. 8 December 1818, George BARCLAY (b. 4 July 1790 – d. 28 July 1869), son of Col. Thomas Barclay (1753-1830) and Susan DeLancey. George Barclay was born at Annapolis, Nova Scotia — died at New Hamburgh, NY.

2.3.1.1. Matilda Antonia BARCLAY (b. 7 Dec 1824 – d. 25 Jan 1888); born in New York City – died in New York.  She m. 16 May 1848, Francis Robert RIVES (1822-1891), son of William Cabell Rives (1793-1868).

2.3.1.1.1. George Lockhart RIVES (b. 1 May 1849 – 18 August 1917); born in New York City – died in Newport, Rhode Island; 1m. Caroline Morris KEAN, and 2m. Sara Whiting BELMONT.

[A Guide To The Rives - Barclay Family Papers, 1698-1941, The Library of Virginia, Personal Papers Collection.]

• Children of Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) and Annabella Crawford:

2.4. James LOCKHART (died as infant). [SML]

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(14G-Lee) 3. Alexander LOCKHART (b. 4 Dec 1728),

• Son of George Lockhart (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart.

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(14G-Lee) 5. John LOCKHART (b.19 Dec 1731),

• Son of George Lockhart (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart.

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(14G-Lee) 7. William LOCKHART (b.16 Mar 1736-d.1756),

• Son of George Lockhart (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart.

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(14G-Lee) 10. Charles LOCKHART (b. 27 Feb 1740-d.1796), [SML]

• Son of George Lockhart (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart.

• Charles obtained a post as excise officer at Grangemouth. [SML]

+ m. 1762, Elizabeth MACDONALD (d. Aug 1787), 15th of Largie, [SML]

• Charles assumed the name and arms of Macdonald of Largie=Charles Macdonald Lockhart. [SML]

• Children of Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald (d.1787):  [SML]

+ 1. John Macdonald.

+ 2. James  (d.1793).

+ 3. Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART (d.1816) (16th of Largie, 21st of Lee, 6th of Carnwath) (1st Baronet of Lee and Carnwath).

+ 4. Norman Macdonald.

+ 5. Elizabeth (b.abt.1770), 1m. Alexander MACNEILL of Dunmore, 2m. W.R. McCABE.

+ 6. Clementina

+ 7. Matilda m. John Campbell of Glensaddel.

+ 8. Charlotte

+ 9. Mary

+ 10. Euphemia

+ 11. Annabella

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  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington–

(14G-Lee) 1. Rear Admiral William LOCKHART,

• Son of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

+ m. Miss HENDERSON. [Genealogical Notes, Collected by George Lockhart Rives, privately printed: NY 1914]

• Children of Rear Admiral William Lockhart and Miss Henderson:

+ (15G) 1. Rev. Alexander LOCKHART (-d.1831).

+ (15G) 2. William LOCKHART.

+ (15G) 3. Isabella LOCKHART m. Count Riaria Sforza.

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(14G-Lee) 2. Rebecca Lockhart (-d. 2 May 1761 at Bristol, England),

• Daughter of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

+ m. 15 Sep 1749, James BOYD (1726-1778) (13th Earl of Errol). [Sir James Balfour Paul, “The Scots Peerage,” Vol.III, Edinburgh 1906, p.581.]

• Children of Rebecca Lockhart (d.1761) and James Boyd (1726-1778):

+ 1. Mary BOYD (b. 24 Jul 1751), m. 5 Nov 1770, Gen. John Scott of Balconie. [Debrett's Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1820]

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(14G-Lee) 3. Anne LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

+ m. Charles BOYD (1728-1782).

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(14G-Lee) 4. Thomas LOCKHART, O.S.P.,

• Son of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

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(14G-Lee) 5. Robert LOCKHART, O.S.P.,

• Son of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

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(14G-Lee) 6. Flaminia LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

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(14G-Lee) 7. Susan LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington.

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Mid 18th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) and three different wives–

(15G-Lee) 1. Theresa LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) and Matilda (unknown).

+ m. Sir Charles LOCKHART-ROSS (d.1814) of Balnagowan. [SML]

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(15G-Lee) 2. Charles LOCKHART-WISHART (-d.1802), 5th of Carnwath, 20th of Lee,

• Son of Count James Lockhart (1727-1790) and (2m.1770) Marianne Murray. [SML]

• Charles became the second Count Lockhart. [SML]

• 1802–Charles died childless. The whole of the Lockhart properties passed to his cousin Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART of Largie. [SML]

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(15G-Lee) 3. Matilda LOCKHART (d.1850),

• Daughter of Count James Lockhart-Wishart (1727-1790).

+ m. 19 Feb 1791, Anthony AUFRERE (b.30 Nov 1757-d.29 Nov 1833), editor of The Lockhart Papers. [SML]

• Children of Matilda Lockhart (d.1850) and Anthony Aufrere (1757-1833):

+ 3.1. George Anthony LOCKHART-WISHART of Foulsham, near Norwich.

+ 3.2. Louisa Anna Matilda LOCKHART-WISHART, m. 8 Dec 1818, George Barclay of New York.

[Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of The Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland, Vol I, London 1875]

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  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS

(15G-Lee) 1. John MACDONALD LOCKHART, (b.abt.1762-d.1799), [SML]

• Son of Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald. [SML]

• 1799–Killed at Mangalore, India. [SML]

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(15G-Lee) 2. James MACDONALD LOCKHART, [SML], (b.abt.1764-d.1792),

• Son of Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald. [SML]

• 1792–Killed on picket duty at Dunkirk 1792. [SML]

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(15G-Lee) 3. Sir Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART, 16th of Largie (-d.1807), [SML]

• Inherited (21st of Lee and 6th of Carnwath) from Charles 2nd Count Lockhart. [SML]

• Son of Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald. [SML]

+ m. 29 Mar 1798, Jane MACNEILL (d.1857) of Gallochoille. [SML]

• Children of Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) and Jane Macneill:

+ (16G) 1. Charles MACDONALD LOCKHART (1799-1832), (22nd of Lee 1807, 7th of Carnwath, 17th of Largie). [SML]

+ (16G) 2. Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART (-d.1895), (23rd of Lee 1832, 8th of Carnwath). [SML]

+ (16G) 3. Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART (d.1816). [SML]

+ (16G) 4. Ester Charlotte Sarah MACDONALD LOCKHART (d.1816). [SML]

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(15G-Lee) 4. Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART, (b.abt.1780-d.1853) of Tarbrax, Scotland,

• Son of Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald. [SML]

+ m. 28 Dec 1805, Philadelphia Barbara McMURDO (1779-1825).

• Children of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1768-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo:  [SML]

+ (16G) 1. Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART (9 Mar 1814-1870)

+ (16G) 2. John Innes Crawford MACDONALD LOCKHART

+ (16G) 3. Charles George Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART, to Australia.

+ (16G) 4. Norman Phillip MACDONALD LOCKHART (b.1824-d.1876), to Australia.

+ (16G) 5. Archibald MACDONALD LOCKHART

+ (16G) 6. Jane Macneill Macdonald Lockhart, m. Frank WALKER, lead merchant in Liverpool.

+ (16G) 7. Elizabeth Macdonald Lockhart, m. Eaglesfield Bradshaw SMITH of Blackwood House.

+ (16G) 8. Philadelphia Mary Barbara Macdonald Lockhart

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(15G-Lee) 7. Matilda MACDONALD LOCKHART,

• Daughter of Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald. [SML]

+ m. J. CAMPBELL of Saddell.

• Children of Matilda Macdonald Lockhart and J. Campbell:

+ (16G) 1. John CAMPBELL of Glen Saddell.

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Late 18th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington–
  • (14G) Rear Admiral William Lockhart and Miss Henderson–

(15G) 1. Rev. Alexander LOCKHART (-d.1831),

• of Warlingham, Surrey, England

• Vicar of Stone, Buckinghamshire, from 1821 to 1830.

• Children of Rev. Alexander Lockhart:

+ 1. William Lockhart (b. 22 Aug 1820 – d. 15 May 1892).

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Early 19th Century

  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G-Lee) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill–

(16G-Lee) 1. Sir Charles MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 8 Feb 1799-d. 8 Dec 1832), [SML]

• 17th of Largie, Argyllshire, 22nd of Lee 1807 and 7th of Carnwath, Lanarkshire. [SML]

• Son of Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill.

• 1817 May 24–Brasenose Coll., matric. [Joseph Foster, Alumni Oxonienses: Being the Matriculation Register of the University of Oxford 1715-1886, Vol.III, London 1888]

+ m. Emelia Olivia ROSS of Balnagowan. [SML]

• Applied for the title of Count–awarded to his great uncle Count James, officially transferred to Count James’ son Charles, then extinguished by the death of Charles–to be transferred to him. A snobbish thing to do, but, he was officially authorized as Count Macdonald Lockhart. [SML]

• Became 3rd Count Lockhart.

• 1832–When Charles died, he had no male heir. The Lockhart properties were entailed and could not pass to the female line; therefore, the succession went to Charles’ brother Norman. [SML]

• Children of Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross:

+ 1. Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (18th of Largie), m. Augustos MORETON. [SML]

+ 2. Emilia Olivia Macdonald Lockhart (d. 29 Jan 1850), unmarried. [SML]

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(16G-Lee) 2. Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART, 23rd of Lee 1832, 8th of Carnwath, [SML]

• (b. 2 Oct 1810-d. 21 Jan 1895) [SML]

• Son of Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill.

+ m. Margaret MACLEAN. [SML]

• Children of Norman Macdonald Lockhart and Margaret Maclean:

+ 1. Norman (1844-1870) (24th of Lee, 9th of Carnwath), O.S.P. [SML]

+ 2. Sir Simon (d.1919) (25th of Lee, 10th of Carnwath), O.S.P. [SML]

+ 3. Matilda. [SML]

+ 4. Maria Theresa Macdonald Lockhart (b. 24 Oct 1844-d. 3 July 1911). [SML]

+ 5. Esther Charlotte. [SML]

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(16G-Lee) 3. Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART,

• Son of Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill.

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  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) & Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo (1779-1825)–

(16G-Lee) 1. Jane Macneill MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 9 Jun 1807) [Scots Origins]

• Daughter of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

+ m. Frank Walker, lead merchant in Liverpool.

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(16G-Lee) 2. Elizabeth MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 27 Jan 1811) [Scots Origins]

• Daughter of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

+ m. Eaglesfield Bradshaw Smith of Blackwood House.

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(16G-Lee) 3. Philadelphia Mary Barbara MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 12 Aug 1812) [Scots Origins]

• Daughter of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

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(16G-Lee) 4. Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 9 Mar 1814-d. 6 Mar 1870), b. Carnwath, Lanark, Scotland and d. Sherbrooke, Ontario, Canada, [1780 Norman's will]

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia B. McMurdo (1779-1825).

• Ethnic origin: Scottish. [1881 Canadian Census]

+ m. 15 Apr 1842, Mary FURRY (b. 28 Oct 1822-d. 27 Mar 1906); ethnic origin: Dutch. [1881 Canadian Census]

• Alexander lived in Dunnville (once called “Canada West”), Canada. [1780 Norman's will settlement papers]

• Alexander moved to Canada in about 1834 and settled in Sherbrooke, Haldimand County, owning 200 acres along Lake Erie.  [Christopher Ronald MacDonald Lockhart (2Great-Grandson of Alexander 1814-1870), www.thelockharts.net]

• Occupations: Council Member, School Superintendent, Justice of the Peace, Notary Public, Farmer.

• Children of Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (1814-1870) and Mary Furry (1821-1906):  [1881 Canadian Census]

+   1. Elizabeth Macdonald Lockhart (b. 2 Jul 1842-d. 30 Jun 1944)

+   2. Philadelphia Macdonald Lockhart (b. 18 Mar 1844-d. 11 Dec 1917)

+   3. Jane MacNeil Macdonald Lockhart (b. 15 Oct 1845-d. 2 Oct 1935)

+   4. Susan Macdonald Lockhart (b. 15 Jan 1847-d. 27 Jul 1938)

+   5. Mary Amelia Macdonald Lockhart

+   6. Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 7 Mar 1851-d. 10 Nov 1925)

+   7. Alexander MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 8 Jul 1853-d. 29 Jan 1935)

+   8. Flora Macdonald Lockhart (b. 15 Oct 1855-d. 15 Apr 1943)

+   9. John MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 29 Oct 1857-d. 13 Apr 1931)

+ 10. Charles Stewart MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 24 Sep 1859-d. 22 Sep 1937)

+ 11. Geraldine Ross Macdonald Lockhart (b.9 Apr 1862-d. 5 Nov 1942)

+ 12. Roland MACDONALD LOCKHART (b.29 Sep 1864-d. 1 Mar 1934)

+ 13. Douglas James MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 8 Aug 1867-d. Feb 1951)

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(16G-Lee) 5. John Innes Crawford MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 6 Jun 1815) [Scots Origins]

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

• Children of John Innes Crawford Macdonald Lockhart:

(John’s children in California) [1780 Norman’s will]

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(16G-Lee) 6. Charles George Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 4 Jun 1818-d. bef.1903), in Australia, [1780 Norman’s will]

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

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(16G-Lee) 7. Norman Philip MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 16 Aug 1820-d.12 Apr 1876), in Australia, [1780 Norman’s will]

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

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(16G-Lee) 8. Archibald MACDONALD LOCKHART,

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1780-1853) and Philadelphia Barbara McMurdo.

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  • LOCKHARTS 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) Alexander “Sandy” Lockhart (1701-1782), Lord Covington–
  • (14G) Rear Admiral William Lockhart and Miss Henderson–
  • (15G) Rev. Alexander Lockhart (-d.1831)–

(16G) 1. William Lockhart (b. 22 Aug 1820-d. 15 May 1892),

William Lockhart (1820-1892)
Photo [New Catholic Dictionary]

• Born at Warlingham, Surrey, England – died at St. Etheldreda’s Priory, Eby Place, Holborn, London, England.

• Son of the Rev. Alexander Lockhart (-d.1831) of Warlingham, Surrey, England.

• Studied first at Bedford Grammar School.

1838-1842--Graduated, Bachelor of Arts, from Exeter College, Oxford in 1842.

• With John Henry Newman at Littlemore, he prepared for (Anglican) ordination, but in 1843, converted to Catholicism. He was the first of the Tractarians to become a Catholic.

1843, 29 Aug–Received into the church of Rome.

1843-1845–Studied under the Rosminians in Rome.

1844, Nov–He was included in the new community at Calvary House, Ratcliffe–the first Rosminian foundation in England.

1845–He made his simple vows on 7 April, 1844, and his solemn profession 8 Sep 1845.

• All communications between Lockhart and his mother ceased at first, by archdeacon Manning’s orders, but mother and son were soon reconciled, and in July 1846, Mrs. Lockhart followed her son into the Catholic Church.

1845–Entered the Order of Charity, procurator general.

1845-1846–Ordained subdeacon at Oscott on 19 Dec 1845, and deacon on 5 Jun 1846.

1846, 19 Dec–He was raised to the priesthood at Ratcliffe College.

1846-1850–After some months devoted to the preaching of missions, Lockhart was entrusted with the pastoral charge of Shepshed, on 5 Jun 1847.  He was still occasionally employed for mission work, and in 1850 was definitely appointed for this duty.

• He preached for years in various parts of England and Ireland.

1853–Compelled, owing to ill-health, to spend the winter of 1853 at Rome.

1854-1875–He was deputed in 1854 to select a suitable place in London for the establishment of a house and church of his order.  At the suggestion of Manning, he chose Kingsland, and had to bear the burden of anxiety in connection with this foundation until 1875.

1873, Dec–He purchased at his own expense St. Etheldreda’s out of Chancery, and thus restored one of London’s oldest churches (13th century) to Catholic worship.

1876-until death–Rector of St. Etheldreda’s, Ely place, Holborn, London.

1879–Removed to St. Etheldreda’s in 1879, when the work of repair was completed and established himself there until his death; although, he continued for many years to give missions and retreats.

1881–After 1881, he spent the winters in Rome as procurator general of the congregation, and was there frequently called upon to give a series of sermons in English.

1886–He was perhaps best known as the foremost English disciple of Rosmini, founder of the Institute of Charity.  Several volumes of that philosopher’s works were translated either by Lockhart or under his supervision, and in 1886 Lockhart wrote the second volume of the “Life of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati”, of which the first volume had been written in 1883 by G.S. MacWalter.

• He was an able polemic and was closely connected with two well­-known Catholic periodicals, “Catholic Opinion”, which he founded and conducted until it was merged in “The Tablet” and “The Lamp”, to which he was for twenty years the principal contributor.  He made numerous contributions to these papers.

• He also wrote:  ”Review of Dr. Pusey’s Eirenicon” (2nd ed., London, 1866), reprinted from “The Weekly Register”;  ”The Communion of Saints” (London, 1868);  ”The Old Religion” (2nd ed., London, 1870);  ”Cardinal Newman: Reminiscences of 50 years since by one of his oldest living Disciples” (London, 1891).

• For some years before his death he had been engaged in a second volume to form a sequel to “The Old Religion”, the best-known of his polemical works.

1892–His death, of syncope, occurred very unexpectedly.

Sources:  Frederic Boase, Modern English Biography, Vol II, (1897);  Biography of Father Lockhart (Ratcliffe College, 1893);  Weekly Register, LXXXV, 657-58, 692;  Catholic News (21 May, 1892);  Catholic Times (20 and 27 May, 1892);  The Times (London, 18 May, 1892);  The Athenæum (London, 21 May, 1892);  The Tablet (12 May, 1892);  Gillow, Bibl. Dict. Eng. Cath., s. v.;  Thomas Kennedy, http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Catholic_Encyclopedia_(1913)/William_Lockhart.

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Mid 19th 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G-Lee) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill–
  • (16G) Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross–

(17G-Lee) 1. Mary Jane MACDONALD LOCKHART (d.10 Dec 1851), 18th of Largie, [SML]

• Daughter of Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross. [SML]

• The House of Lords declared Mary Jane and her sister Emilia Olivia to be heirs portioner to Largie, which was divided between them. [SML]

+ m. Sep 1837, Hon. Augustos MORETON, M.P. (b. 24 Jun 1804-d.14 Feb 1862). [SML]

• Children of Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (d.1851) and Augustos Moreton (1804-1862):

+ 1. Charles (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart (b.1840-d.16 Jul 1879), 19th of Largie. [SML]

+ 2. Fanny

+ 3. Emelia Olivia

+ 4. Mary

+ 5. Julie

+ 6. Jane Geraldine

+ 7. Augustus (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart. [SML]

+ 8. Cara

+ 9. Flora

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  • 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill–
  • (16G) Norman Macdonald Lockhart (23rd Lee, 8th Carnwath) and Margaret Maclean–

(17G-Lee) 1. Norman MACDONALD LOCKHART, 24th of Lee, 9th of Carnwath, [SML]

• (b.28 Nov 1844-d.20 May 1870) O.S.P. (no children). [SML]

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (23rd Lee, 8th Carnwath) and Margaret Maclean.

• 1861–Bought the small estate of Newholm. [SML]

• Hallbar Tower, acquired by Sir George Lockhart (1st of Carnwath 1681), had devolved to a semi-ruinous state by 1837 and was restored by Sir Norman in 1861.

• SEE portrait of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (1844-1870) at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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(17G-Lee) 2. Sir Simon MACDONALD LOCKHART (d.1919), 25th of Lee, 10th of Carnwath,

• Son of Norman Macdonald Lockhart (23rd Lee, 8th Carnwath) and Margaret Maclean. [SML]

• 1868–Joined the Life Guards.

• A soldier, he rose to the rank of Brigadier, and was made a member of the Victorian Order. [SML]

+ m. 1898, (his cousin) Hilda Maud Moreton, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Augustus Henry Macdonald-Moreton. [SML]

• 1919–Died (no children). [SML]

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  • 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 CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (1622-1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill–
  • (16G) Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross–
  • (17G) Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (d.1851) (18th of Largie) and Augustos Moreton (1804-1862)–

(18G-Lee) 1. Charles (MORETON) MACDONALD LOCKHART (b.1840-d.16 Jul 1879), [SML]

• 19th of Largie. [SML]

• Son of Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (d.1851) (18th of Largie) and Augustos Moreton (1804-1862). [SML]

+ m. 25 Oct 1870, Elizabeth Hume CAMPBELL (d.1896), daughter of Archibald Campbell of Glendarvel. [SML]

• Children of Charles (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart (d.1879) and Elizabeth Hume Campbell:

+ 1. John Ronald (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart (20th of Largie) (d.1921). [SML]

+ 2. Esther (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart, m. 6 Jan 1895, Thomas Westrop BENNETT, V-Pres. of Irish Senate. [SML]

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Late 19th Century

  • (14G) Charles Lockhart (1740-1796) and Elizabeth Macdonald–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill–
  • (16G) Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross–
  • (17G) Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (d.1851) (18th of Largie) and Augustos Moreton (1804-1862)–
  • (18G) Charles (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart (d.1879) and Elizabeth Hume Campbell–

(19G-Lee) 1. John Ronald MORETON MACDONALD (b.25 May 1873-d.10 Sep 1921), 20th of Largie, [SML]

• Son of Charles Moreton Macdonald (d.1879) and Elizabeth Hume Campbell. [SML]

• He held offices of Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace. [Charles Mosley, ed., Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, Vol. I, p.1185.]

• Lived at Largie Castle, Tayinloan, Argyllshire, Scotland. [BP&B]

+ m. 30 Apr 1906, Daisy Maud CRABBE (b.abt.1880), daughter of Brig.-Gen. Eyre Macdonnel Stewart Crabbe, C.B., Gren. Guards. [SML]

• Children of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (d.1921) and (m.1906) Daisy Maud Crabbe:  [SML]

+ 1. John MORETON MACDONALD (21st of Largie).

+ 2. Elizabeth, m. Rev. Henry Richard ROGERS. [SML]

+ 3. Charles Angus MORETON MACDONALD.

+ 4. Simon MACDONALD LOCKHART (26th of the Lee, 11th of Carnwath).

+ 5. Esther Mary MORETON MACDONALD (b.16 Nov 1920), m. David GLADSTONE, son of Sir Hugh Gladstone of Capenoch, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. [BP&B]

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Early 20th Century

  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (16th of Largie) (d.1816) and Jane Macneill–
  • (16G) Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross–
  • (17G) Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (d.1851) (18th of Largie) and Augustos Moreton (1804-1862)–
  • (18G) Charles (Moreton) Macdonald Lockhart (d.1879) and Elizabeth Hume Campbell–
  • (19G) John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and (m.1906) Daisy Maud Crabbe–

(20G-Lee) 1. John MAXWELL MACDONALD, 21st of Largie (b. 6 Jan 1908-d.1995), [SML]

• Originally, John MORETON MACDONALD.

• Son of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and (m.1906) Daisy Maud Crabbe. [SML]

+ m. Anne, only daughter of Sir John STIRLING-MAXWELL and Ann Christian Maxwell. [SML]

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(20G-Lee) 2. Elizabeth Moreton Macdonald (b.21 Sep 1909),

• Daughter of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and Daisy Maud Crabbe. [SML]

+ m. Rev. Henry ROGERS of Ellary.

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(20G-Lee) 3. Major Charles “Angus” MORETON MACDONALD (b. 22 Jun 1913-d.1942), lost at sea 1942. [SML]

• Son of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and (m.1906) Daisy Maud Crabbe. [SML]

• The will of Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart (d.1919) (25th of Lee, 10th of Carnwath) named the second son of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald as his heir.  At the time, this happened to be Angus, but when Angus was lost at sea in 1942, Simon Foster Moreton Macdonald became that second son and heir. [SML]

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(20G-Lee) 4. Simon Foster MACDONALD LOCKHART (b.11 Jul 1916-d.1991), [SML]

• 26th of the Lee, 11th of Carnwath. [SML]

• Son of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and (m.1906) Daisy Maud Crabbe.

• Fought in World War II, where he was wounded. [BP&B]

• He gained the rank of officer in the service of the Lovat Scots. [BP&B]

• 1946–Originally named Simon Foster Moreton Macdonald, he assumed the surname “Lockhart” by Declaration of legal name change, in 1946, when he inherited the lands and the designation of “26th of The Lee”. [BP&B]

• 1950–He held the offices of Justice of the Peace, and Deputy Lieutenant of Lanarkshire. [BP&B]

+ m. 1942, Ella “Catriona” GORDON (d.2000), eldest daughter of Seton Gordon. [SML]

• Children of Simon Foster Macdonald Lockhart (1916-1991) and Catriona Gordon:

+ 1. Mairi Susan Macdonald Lockhart
+ 2. Angus Hew MACDONALD LOCKHART (1946-2015)
+ 3. Simon James (Hamish) Macdonald Lockhart
+ 4. Norman Phillip Macdonald Lockhart

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(20G-Lee) 5. Esther Moreton Macdonald (b. 16 Nov 1920),

• Daughter of John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and Daisy Maud Crabbe. [SML]

+ m. David, 2nd son of Sir Hugh GLADSTONE of Capenoch, Dunfriesshire. [SML]

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Mid 20th Century

  • LOCKHART of LEE
  • (1G) William Locard (1st of Lee 1272)–
  • (2G) Sir Symon Locard (2nd of Lee 1320)–
  • (3G) Alexander Lockhart (3rd of Lee 1371)–
  • (4G) Sir Alan Lockhart (4th of Lee 1445)–
  • (5G) James Lockhart (d.1502) (7th of Lee 1492) and Miss Hepburn–
  • (6G) James Lockhart (8th of Lee) 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 Jean Auchinleck–
  • (10G) Sir James William Lockhart (1596-1674) (12th of Lee 1630) and Martha Douglas–
  • LOCKHARTS of CARNWATH
  • (11G) Sir George Lockhart (d.1689) (1st of Carnwath 1681) and Philadelphia Wharton–
  • (12G) George Lockhart (1673-1732) (2nd of Carnwath) and Euphemia Montgomerie–
  • (13G) George Lockhart (1700-1765) (3rd of Carnwath 1731) and Furgusia Wishart–
  • (14G) Charles LOCKHART (1740-1796) and Elizabeth MACDONALD (15th of Largie)–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS
  • (15G) Alexander Macdonald Lockhart (d.1816) (16th of Largie) and Jane Macneill–
  • (16G) Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart (1799-1832) and Emelia Olivia Ross–
  • (17G) Mary Jane Macdonald Lockhart (d.1851) (18th Largie) and Augustos MORETON–
  • MACDONALD LOCKHARTS of LEE and CARNWATH
  • Mary Jane’s two brothers were:
  • Norman Macdonald Lockhart (24th of Lee, 9th of Carnwath), and
  • Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart (d.1919) (25th Lee, 10th of Carnwath)
  • –both men died without children.
  • (18G) Charles Moreton Macdonald (d.1879) and Elizabeth Hume Campbell–
  • (19G) John Ronald Moreton Macdonald (1873-1921) and Daisy Maud Crabbe–
  • (20G) Simon Foster Macdonald Lockhart (1916-1991) (26th of the Lee, 11th of Carnwath) and Catriona Gordon (d.2000)–

(21G-Lee) 2. Angus Hew MACDONALD LOCKHART (b. 17 Aug 1946 – d. 20 Nov 2015)

• 27th of the Lee, 12th of Carnwath, (LOCKHART of the LEE and CARNWATH).

• Son of Simon Macdonald Lockhart (1916-1991) and Catriona Gordon.

• Recognized as Chief of Clan Lockhart by the Lord Lyon, King of Arms, in Scotland, in 1957.

• Angus matriculated his arms at the Lyons Office on 8 Feb 1957.

• Chief of the Clan Lockhart Society until his death in 2015.

• Children of Angus Hew Macdonald Lockhart (1946-2015) and Susan Elizabeth NORMAND:

+ 1. Fiona Lockhart
+ 2. Ranald William Angus Lockhart (b. 8 Aug 1975) – Ranald succeeded his father Angus as Chief of the Clan Lockhart.

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