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Inchcape, Earl of (UK, 1929)

 

Creation: let. pat. 20 Jun 1929

 

Family name: Mackay

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Arms:

Per chevron Azure and Argent in chief two Lymphads of the last and in base a Bengal Tiger proper

Crest:

A Cubit Arm holding a Falcon proper

Supporters:

On the dexter side a Lion rampant Gules supporting a Pendant Argent charged with a Saltire also Gules, and on the sinister side a Bengal Tiger proper supporting a like Pendant

Motto:

Manu Forti (With a strong hand)

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James Lyle [Mackay], 1st Baron Inchcape later 1st Viscount Inchcape later 1st Earl of Inchcape, GCSI GCMG KCIE

only son of James Mackay, of Arbroath, co. Forfar, by his wife Deborah Lyle, dau. of Alexander Lyle

born

11 Sep 1852

mar.

10 Jul 1883 Jean Paterson Shanks (d. 10 Nov 1937), dau. of James Shanks, of Rosely, Arbroath, co. Forfar, by his wife Margaret Cargill, dau. of John Cargill

children

1. Hon Kenneth Mackay, later 2nd Earl of Inchcape

1. Lady Margaret Cargill Mackay (d. 31 May 1958), mar. 24 Jul 1913 Alexander [Shaw], 2nd Baron Craigmyle, and had issue

2. Lady Janet Lyle Mackay (d. 1 Jan 1972), mar. 14 Jul 1908 Lt Col Frederick George Glyn Bailey (d. 25 Oct 1951), 2nd son of Sir James Bailey, of Lofts Hall, co. Essex, and has issue

3. Hon Elsie Mackay (dvp. and sp. 13 Mar 1928), mar. 23 May 1917 (annulled 1922) Dennis Wyndham

4. Lady Effie Mackay, mar. 20 Jan 1920 Sir (John Henry) Eugen Vanderstegen Millington-Drake KCMG (b. 26 Feb 1889; d. 12 Dec 1972), only son of Henry Drake later Millington-Drake, of 8 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, London W2, by his wife Ellen Granger Millington, dau. of J Millington, of New York, USA, and had issue

died

23 May 1932

created

26 Jun 1911 Baron Inchcape, of Strathnaver in the County of Sutherland

21 Jan 1924 Viscount Inchcape, of Strathnaver in the County of Sutherland

20 Jun 1929 Viscount Glenapp, of Strathnaver in the County of Sutherland, and Earl of Inchcape

suc. by

son

note

went to India 1874; President, Bengal Chamber of Commerce 1890-93; CIE 1890; Member, Legislative Council of the Viceroy of India 1891-93; KCIE 1894; Member, Council of the Secretary of State for India 1897-1911; HM Special Commissioner and Plenipotentiary to negotiate and agree a new commercial treaty with China (Treaty of Shanghai) 1902; GCMG 1902; KCSI 1910; Freeman of the Borough of Arbroath 1922; GCSI 1924; Hon Capt RNVR 1927; Chairman or member of many Government committees and a Vice-President of the Suez Canal Company, Chairman and Managing Director of Peninsula and Orient Steam Navigation Company, a Director of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, a Director of the National Provincial Bank, etc.

 

Kenneth [Mackay], 2nd Earl of Inchcape

born

25 Dec 1887

mar. (1)

22 Sep 1915 (div. 1931) Frances Caroline Joan Moriarty (d. 13 Feb 1933), yst. dau. of Rt Hon John Frances Moriarty, a Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland, by his wife Kathleen Shine, dau. of James Shine, of Kilkenny Castle, co. Kilkenny

children by first wife

1. Hon Kenneth James William Mackay, later 3rd Earl of Inchcape

2. Hon Alan John Francis Mackay (b. 6 Sep 1919; d. 1 Feb 1999), mar. (1) 3 Jan 1945 (div. 1946) Janet Mary Wallis (b. 7 Mar 1920; mar. (2) 7 Dec 1950 John Brady, of Riverstown, Rathfeigh, co. Meath, 1st son of John Brady, of Blackwater House, Kello, co. Meath), 2nd dau. of Frederick Wallis, of Elvendon Priory, Goring-on-Thames, co. Oxford, by his first wife Katherine Elizabeth Ellis, dau. of William Ellis, (2) 30 Jun 1948 (div. 1953) Sonia Cecilia Helen Tylden (b. 12 Nov 1927), 5th dau. of Capt James Richard Tylden, of Milsted Manor. co. Kent, by his first wife Mary Estelle Clayton Swan, 1st dau. of Robert Clayton Swan, of Rockcliffe Park, Darlington, Co. Durham, by his wife Mildred Mary Elliot, 2nd dau. of Sir George William Elliot, 2nd Bt., and (3) 7 Jul 1955 Countess Lucie Catinka Christiane Julie Douglas-Boswell (former wife of John Patrick Douglas-Boswell of Garallan and Auchinleck), dau. of Count Curt Ludwig Haugwitz-Hardenberg-Reventlow, of Korinth, Fyn, Denmark, and had issue by his second wife

3. Hon James Lyle Mackay (b. 19 Oct 1923; d. 20 Aug 1941)

1. Lady Patricia Margery Kathleen Mackay (b. 18 Aug 1916; d. Aug 1973), mar. (1) 12 Jan 1938 (div. 1949) Maj Hugh Washington Hibbert (b. 4 Oct 1911), only son of Washington Charles Thomas Hibbert, of Pitt Manor, Winchester, co. Hampshire, by his wife Mary Elizabeth Nelson, 1st dau. of Sir William Nelson, 1st Bt., and (2) 24 Jul 1951 Maj Reginald Fairweather (d. 12 Jan 1959), son of Frederick Fairweather, of Steeple Court, Botley, co. Hampshire, and had issue by her first husband

mar. (2)

1 Jun 1933 Leonora Margaret Brooke (mar. (2) 22 Mar 1946 Col Francis Parker Tompkins, of Northfield, Vermont, USA;  d. 10 Nov 1957), 1st dau. of HH the Rajah of Sarawak (Sir Charles Vyner de Windt Brooke GCMG), by his with Hon Sylvia Leonora Brett, 2nd dau. of Reginald Baliol [Brett], 2nd Viscount Esher

children by second wife

4. Hon Simon Brooke Mackay, later Baron Tanlaw (Life Peer)

2. Lady Rosemary Mackay (b. 5 Nov 1936), mar. 16 Jan 1957 Francis Martin French, of Little Offley, Hitchin, co. Hertford, son of Francis Holroyd French, and has issue

died

21 Jun 1939

suc. by

son by first wife

note

barrister, Inner Temple 1910; served in World War I 1914-19 with the 12th Lancers and with the Cavalry Machine Gun Corps; Director, Peninsula and Orient Steam Navigation Company and other commercial companies

 

Kenneth James William [Mackay], 3rd Earl of Inchcape

born

27 Dec 1917

mar. (1)

12 Feb 1941 (div. 1954) Aline Thorn Hannay (b. 27 Jan 1919; widow of F/O Patrick Claude Hannay AAF (ka. 24 May 1940), 1st son of Claude Patrick Hannay, of Villa Solidor, Dinard, France;  mar. (3) 4 Jun 1955 (div. 1968) Thomas Chambers Windsor Roe OBE (d. 1988), son of John Valentine Roe), only dau. of Sir Richard Arthur Pease, 2nd Bt., by his first wife Jeannette Thorn Kissel, 2nd dau. of Gustave Edward Kissel, of New York, USA

children by first wife

1. Hon (Kenneth) Peter Lyle Mackay, later 4th Earl of Inchcape

2. Hon James Jonathan Thorn Mackay, of 34A Dorset Square, London NW1 (b. 28 May 1947), mar. 18 Jul 1970 Mary Caroline Joyce, 1st dau. of Peter Joyce, of Dorset, and has issue

1. Lady Lucinda Louise Mackay (b. 13 Dec 1941), mar. 1983 (div. 1987) David Bogie, Sheriff of Grampian

mar. (2)

13 Feb 1965 Caroline Cholmeley Harrison, 1st dau. of Cholmeley Dering Harrison, of Emo Court, co. Leix

children by second wife

3. Hon Shane Lyle Mackay (b. 18 Apr 1973), mar. 2003 Lucinda Bryant

4. Hon Ivan Cholmeley Mackay (b. 6 May 1976)

died

17 Mar 1994

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Chairman, Inchcape & Co and Peninsula and Orient Steam Navigation Company and a director of other commercial companies; the 3rd Earl of Inchcape and his second wife had an adopted son, Anthony Kenneth Mackay (b. Apr 1967)

 

Kenneth Peter Lyle [Mackay], 4th Earl of Inchcape

born

23 Jan 1943

mar.

7 Jun 1966 Georgina Nisbet, dau. of Sydney Cresswell Nisbet, of Dumfries

children

1. Hon Fergus James Keith Mackay, styled Viscount Glenapp (b. 9 Jul 1979)

1. Lady Elspeth Mackay (b. 3 Nov 1972), mar. 2001 James Horden, and has issue

2. Lady Ailsa Fiona Mackay (b. 1 Apr 1977), mar. 20 Mar 2004 Hon (Ralph) William Robert Thomas Stoner (b. 10 Sep 1974), 1st son and heir of Ralph Thomas Campion Sherman [Camoys], 7th Baron Camoys, by his wife  Elizabeth Mary Hyde Parker, only dau. of Sir William Hyde Parker, 11th Bt., of Melford Hall, Long Melford, co. Suffolk

 

 Last updated 12 Sep 2005

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Titles:

4th Earl of Inchcape

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 20 Jun 1929)

4th Viscount Inchcape, of Strathnaver in the County of Sutherland

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 21 Jan 1924)

4th Viscount Glenapp, of Strathnaver in the County of Sutherland

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 20 Jun 1929)

4th Baron Inchcape, of Strathnaver in the County of Sutherland

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 26 Jun 1911)

 

Addresses:

Manor Farm, Clyffe Pypard, nr. Swindon, Wiltshire SN4 7PY

63E Pont Street, London SW1X 0BD

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