Edward VAUX
Mary JOHNSON
James KING
(1767-1842)
Emma VAUX
(1775-1859)
James KING KING M.P.
(1806-1881)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Mary Cochrane MACKENZIE

James KING KING M.P. 2

  • Born: 1806, Weybridge, Surrey, England
  • Christened: 6 Nov 1806, Staunton Park, Hertfordshire, England
  • Marriage (1): Mary Cochrane MACKENZIE on 17 Mar 1835 1
  • Died: 1881 aged 75

  General Notes:

of Staunton Park, M.P. for Hereford (http://www.stauntonpark.co.uk/history.html)
High Sheriff of Herefordshire, 1845

Census 1881 at Staunton Park, Hereford:

James King KING Head M Male 74 Weybridge, Surrey, England J. P. Landed Proprietor
Mary Cochrane KING Wife M Female 72 Twickenham, Middlesex, England
Eleanor Mary KING Daur U Female 44 Bishop Froom, Hereford, England
Eliza Margaret KING Daur U Female 31 Staunton on Arrow, Hereford, England
Mary Cochrane KING Daur U Female 29 Staunton on Arrow, Hereford, England
Katherine Julia BATTINE Daur M Female 39 Bishops Froom, Hereford, England (Visitor)
Amelia Frances KING Sister Law W Female 69 Edinburgh Park Place (Visitor)
Emma Anne DAWSON Daur W Female 45 Bishop Froom, Hereford, England (Visitor)
Emma Gertrude DAWSON Granddaur U Female 19 Groton, Suffolk, England (Visitor))


http://www.fullbooks.com/History-Of-The-Mackenzies10.html

VI. RODERICK MACKENZIE, sixth of Redcastle, usually called
"Ruairi Mor," who married, first, in 1707, Margaret, daughter of
Sir James Calder of Muirton, widow of Alexander Dunbar of Westfield
(by whom she had seven sons and a daughter), with issue -

1. Roderick, his heir and successor.

2. Colin, who in 1748, married Mary, daughter of Sir John Cochrane
of Waterside, son of the Hon. Sir John Cochrane of Ochiltree,
second son of the first Earl of Dundonald, with issue - Kenneth
Francis, Advocate-General, President of the Council, and Acting
Governor of the Island of Granada, in the West Indies. He spent
L25,000 of his own money in defending the island successfully
against the French, for which Pitt offered him a Baronetcy, which he
declined. Colin had also two daughters - Rose, who married John
Wilson, and Margaret, who married Gilbert Robertson of Kindeace.
Kenneth Francis married Anne Townshend. She died in 1847. He
died in 1831, aged 83, and left issue - (1) Charles, who married
Rebecca Molyneux, with issue - Charles, who married Lucie de Momet,
with issue - a son, Charles. He died in New York in 1865. (2)
James Joseph, who married Marian, daughter of Edward Impey,
B.C.S., and died without issue in 1872; (3) Kenneth, who died,
without issue; (4) Colin, Lieutenant-General, C.B., 48th Regiment,
Madras Army, Brigadier Commanding, Commissioner Southern Division
Nizam Dominions, and Governor General's agent at Murshedabad in
1843. He was, in 1844, Assistant Political Agent at Peshawur, and
afterwards for a time a hostage with the Afghans. He married,
first, on the 26th of May, 1832, Adeline Marian, daughter of James
Pattle, Bengal Civil Service, with issue - Adeline Anne, who married
Major-General Henry Hoseason, Madras Army, with issue - eight
children Mary Julia, who married Major Herbert Clogstorm, with
issue - four children; Rose Prinsep, who married, first, Lieutenant
David Arnot, and secondly, Captain Francis Pictet, Madras Army,
with issue - six children; (5) Anne; (6) Isabella Jessy, who
married, on the 17th of October, 1839, James Baines of Ludlow,
with issue; (7) Mary Cochrane, who on the 17th of March, 1835,
married James King of Staunton Park, Herts, for twenty years
M.P. for Hereford, with issue - three sons and seven daughters;

(8) Eliza Margaret, who on the 15th of August, 1832, married
Major-General Thomas D. Carpenter, Madras Army, with issue; (9)
Amelia Frances, who in 1838 married her brother-in-law, the Rev.
Thomas King of Staunton Park, Herts, with issue; and (10) Townshend,
who died without issue. Lieutenant-General Colin married,
secondly, in 1843, Helen Catharine, daughter of Admiral John
Erskine Douglas, of the Queensberry family, without issue, and
died in 1881.


James married Mary Cochrane MACKENZIE, daughter of Kenneth Francis MACKENZIE and Anne TOWNSHEND, on 17 Mar 1835.1 (Mary Cochrane MACKENZIE was born on 10 Apr 1811 in Leuchars, Fife, Scotland.)


Sources


1 Burke's peerage, http://thepeerage.com/p13890.htm#i138894.

2 The Plantagenet Roll, p.42.

J. Ferran 18/03/2018


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