Table M.  Part 1             5 July 1999          © Anthony William Arbuthnot, 1978 - 2003

THE DESCENDANTS OF JAMES ARBUTHNOT OF DENS
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James Arbuthnot of Dens and Arbuthnot House, Peterhead. Baptised on 13 August 1741 and died aged 82 on 19 March 1823. He was a prosperous merchant of Peterhead, Scotland. He purchased Arbuthnot House in Peterhead during 1768 from Robert Arbuthnot of Haddo-Rattray and during 1786 he bought the Haddo-Rattray estate from Alexander Farquharson, an accountant of Edinburgh. Married on 21 February 1775 to Catherine Cumine (born 22 February 1752; died 6 November 1787), daughter of George Cumine of the now ruined Pitully Castle, near Fraserburgh and sister of Barbara Cumine who was married to Alexander Annand of Haddo-Rattray.
A.

Thomas Arbuthnot. Baptised at Peterhead, Scotland on 3 December 1775 and died on 4 August 1800 aged twenty-four. Not married.

B. George Arbuthnot of Invernettie and Arbuthnot House, Peterhead. Born during 1777, baptised at Peterhead, Scotland on 17 July 1777 and died on 4 June 1847. George was a merchant and cotton manufacturer in Glasgow, Scotland, and the first Provost of Peterhead. He purchased the Invernettie Estate in Scotland. He may be the George Arbuthnot stated on Table 83 as having had an illegitimate child by Helen Davidson. Married in Peterhead on 5 June (May according to Robert Arbuthnot Hutchison. See Table M, part 12, A.3.a.) 1816 to Mary Hutchison born on 13 April 1796 and died on 14 February 1837; daughter of John Hutchison of Cairngall; granddaughter of Robert Hutchison (born during 1727 and died during 1810) and Barbara Hutchison née Suttar (born during 1729 and died during 1791); first cousin once removed of Thomas Hutchison (born during 1831 and died at Ingleside, Scotland during 1936. Thomas Hutchison was married to George Arbuthnot's great neice, Nicola McCombie. See Table M, part 12).
1.

Elizabeth Arbuthnot. Baptised in Peterhead on 17 August 1817 and died during 1845. Married in Peterhead on 12 January 1843 to George Gilbert Anderson of Peterhead, son of George Anderson, son of James Anderson, son of Alexander Anderson III (born 1721, died 1794), son of Alexander Anderson Junior (born 1674, died 1764), son of Alexander Anderson Senior (born c.1640, died c.1715).

2. Catherine Ormine Arbuthnot. Baptised in Peterhead, Scotland on 20 June 1819 and died during 1837. Not married.
3. James Arbuthnot of Invernettie House and Arbuthnot House. Born in Peterhead, Scotland on 19 May 1821, baptised on 3 June 1821 and died in Peterhead on 31 August 1873. Married in Peterhead on 26 April 1848 to his third cousin Eleanor Jane Ogilvy-Wills; daughter of Ogilvy Wills, Banker of Peterhead and Margaret Wills née Gordon; granddaughter of George Gordon of Auchleuchries, Aberdeen, Scotland and Christine Gordon née Arbuthnot (born during 1768); and great granddaughter of Captain Thomas Arbuthnot (born 1725, married to his first cousin during 1766 and died on 1 December 1773) and Margaret Arbuthnot, née Arbuthnot (Table Q, G.9) (baptised at Longside, Buchan, Scotland on 17 April 1738 and died on 16 August 1816.).
a. Norman George Arbuthnot. Born on 27 February 1849 and died at Arborville, Equeefa, Alexandra County, Natal on 25 November 1885. He also farmed for a while with his second cousin Fitzjames Arbuthnot at Rydal Mount, Equeefa, Natal. Not married. It is presumed that this is the George Arbuthnot of Alexandra County recorded as having had three children with Marie Makabutaba of Alexandra County.
(A) James Arbuthnot. Born at Equeefa, Alexandra County, Natal c 1896 and died at Umzinto, Alexandra County on 19 July 1901 at the age of twenty-five. He is recorded as having been a farmer. Married at the Roman Catholic Mission, Ixopo, Natal. No issue.
(B) Harriet Arbuthnot.
(C) Elizabeth Arbuthnot.
b. Edward Ogilvy Arbuthnot of Invernettie and Arbuthnot House, Peterhead. Born on 2 August 1850 and died on 27 May 1912. Married during 1893 to Mai Violet von Cassia, daughter of Count von Cassia.
(A) Leta Mai Arbuthnot of Arbuthnot House, Peterhead. Born during December 1893.
c. James Ernest Arbuthnot. Born on 11 December 1851 and died on 15 December 1863.
d. Charles Gordon Arbuthnot. Born on 19 April 1853 and died on 8 October 1870. Not married.
e. Adam Arbuthnot. Born on 26 June 1854 and died on 21 August 1913. Adam lived in California shortly before his death. Not married.
f. Sibella Arbuthnot. Born in Peterhead, Scotland on 7 February 1856 and died during February 1857.
g. Reverend William Arbuthnot of Stetchford, Birmingham and of Invernettie. Born in Peterhead, Scotland on 14 October 1858 and died at Icomb, Gloucestershire, England on 2 January 1920. Married at St Clement, Scotland on 12 April 1888 to Julia Helen Maria Ogilvy Stuart. For further details on Reverend William Arbuthnot and his descendants of see Table M, Part 2.
4. Sibella Arbuthnot. Baptised in Peterhead, Scotland on 6 March 1825 and died on 23 November 1854.
5. John George Arbuthnot. Born on 19 May 1827 and died during 1855. Not married.
6. William Robert Arbuthnot. Born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland on 25 June 1834, died on 13 April 1918 and is buried at Brockley Cemetery, Lewisham, England. He left Scotland to settle in London, England. His name is on a conveyance of a house called Clavingall, Belvedere, Kent which was sold 14 November 1892. Married first at St Thomas's, Stamford Hill on 2 June 1860 to Caroline Elizabeth Marshall who died on 1 January 1863 and is buried at Highgate Cemetery, the daughter of William Marshall.
a. Caroline Rose Arbuthnot. Born on 5 July 1861. She became a Sister of Mercy.
William married second at Enfield, England on 16 August 1866 to Helena Skilbeck, daughter of John Skilbeck.
c. Mary Helena Arbuthnot. Born on 12 May 1867. Married on 14 May 1891 to Ernest Popplewell Pullan, son of Charles Pullan of Blackheath, Kent and Littlehampton, Sussex, England. It is understood thet they did have issue.
d. Sibella Margaret Arbuthnot. Born on 4 February 1870.
C. William Arbuthnot of Dens and Downiehills. Baptized at Peterhead, Scotland on 21 May 1779 and died on 4 January 1867 aged eighty-eight. He inherited Dens from his father and purchased Downiehills, near Peterhead. Married during 1811 to Susan Marshall, who was born c 1791 and died on 12 July 1859 aged sixty-eight; daughter of Cmdr John Marshall, RN; and sister of Dr John Marshall of Peterhead.
1. Catherine Arbuthnot. Born on 25 December 1812 and died on 25 January 1856. Married to John Hutchison of Monyruy, Longside. David George Arbuthnot says that they had issue George Hutchison and three daughters, only one of whom married, marrying a Dr Chevas and having issue by him.
2. Margaret Arbuthnot. Born during 1814 and died during 1907. Married to William Alexander of Springhill and Whitehill near Peterhead, Scotland.
a. William Arbuthnot Alexander. Died c 1906.   Married to Margaret Stevenson. For further details on William Arbuthnot Alexander and his descendants see Table M, Part 3.
b. A daughter.
3. James Arbuthnot of Umzinto Lodge, Natal. [An entry for James Arbuthnot appears in "Dictionary of South African Biography" Volume V, Tafelberg, Cape Town, published for Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria, Transvaal and also in "British Settlers in Natal: 1824-1857. A Biographical Register" Volume 1, Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer, 1981, University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg]. Born at Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, Scotland during 1816, died at Umzinto Lodge, Kelso District, Alexandra County, Natal on 4 May 1861 and is buried at the Humberdale Cemetery, Kelso. James was educated at Aberdeen College. He went on to farm at Buchan, Scotland and then, with his young family at Downie Hills, Peterhead where he founded a company manufacturing clay pipes, tiles and bricks. He and his family were Byrne settlers to Natal arriving from Liverpool aboard the Unicorn in Port Natal on 17 September 1850. The 320 acre allotment he ran as a stock farm in Natal, Berryden, was part of the Dunbar Estate approximately four miles west of Richmond. During 1857 he purchased a farm on the North bank of the Umzinto River near Kelso and founded Umzinto Lodge Sugar Plantation there [The founding of Umzinto Lodge Sugar Estate is described in "Valiant Harvest - The founding of the South African Sugar Industry: 1848-1926" Robert F. Osborn, 1964, The South African Sugar Association, Durban, Natal.]. He later also purchased the farm Bushy Park on the south bank of the Umzinto River. He ordered a sugar mill from James Abernethy & Co of Aberdeen, Scotland and this was officially opened on 28 November 1859. After James died the financiers for the mill recalled their loan prematurely and Jamess window, Jane, was forced to allow the estate to pass into the hands of the liquidators and it was managed for a time by James ("Jim") Bell [An entry for James Bell appears in "British Settlers in Natal: 1824-1857. A Biographical Register" Volume 2, Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer, 1983, University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg] before being sold during 1880 to S J Abrams, it was subsequently sold to Reynolds Brothers and became part of Illovo Sugar Limited. Sir John Robinson, first Premier of Natal visited James Arbuthnot at Umzinto Lodge and among his observations published in the Natal Mercury during 1961 was the following: "Little imagined we six weeks ago, when enjoying the free and generous hospitalities of the proprietor (James Arbuthnot) that we should never again have intercourse with whom we had such warm regard and such sincere respect... There is no sugar estate in the colony more likely to attract the stranger's eye than Umzinto Lodge Sugar Estate". James was elected to the colony's first legislative council in 1857, representing Pietermaritzburg, and was returned in 1859, again for Pietermaritzburg though living in Alexandra County - he agreed to stand for election on condition that he did not canvass for votes. He was also a Lay Minister and had built a church at Umzinto Lodge. The earliest church record in the district is of James conducting a burial service there [The development of the Anglican Church in Natal is described in "Anglicans in Natal - A history of the Diocese of Natal" Rev B.B. Burnett, 1953, published by the Churchwardens of St. Paul's, Durban, Natal], the second church record in the district is of James's own burial. His last wish was that the church be consecrated and this was later carried out by Bishop Colenso. The church building also served as a school where Rev Joseph Barker was employed by James as minister and schoolmaster.
Rev Barker became Archdeacon of Durban and of Pietermaritzburg and because of his service and his distinguished conduct while Vicar of Ladysmith during the Siege, the Archbishop of Canterbury conferred on him the Lambeth degree of Doctor of Divinity. Rev Barker had seven daughters and one son from his first wife Elizabeth Annie Barker née White; their second daughter Rosa Evangeline Barker was married to Hubert Arbuthnot (see Table M, Part 1, C.3.d); their third daughter Dora Emma Barker was married to George Frederick Tatham (see: Table M, Part 9, A); and their fifth daughter Blanche Florence Barker was married to St George Arbuthnot (see Table M, Part 1, C.3.h). After his first wife's death Rev Barker was married on 6 September 1870 to Isabella Sarah Fannin from whom he had two daughters and two sons. A descendent of Reverend Barker, Dennis Barker, was married to Fay Peddie (see Table M, Part 4, F.2). A son of Rev Barker and his second wife was Herbet Merydeth Barker, his grand daughter was Jean Evia Barker (see Table M, Part 4, A.6.b). An entry for Rev. Joseph Barker appears in "Dictionary of South African Biography" Volume V, Tafelberg, Cape Town, published for Human Sciences Research Council, Pretoria, Transvaal and also in "British Settlers in Natal: 1824-1857. A Biographical Register" Volume 2, Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer, 1983, University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg. Genealogist for the Barker family in Natal is Dennis Barker. Address: PO Box 2, Pennington, 4184, KwaZulu-Natal, RSA. Telephone: + (27) 323 975-1952.
He is the author of the essay "The Colony of Natal", 1859, that appeared in "Emigrants Guide Book to Port Natal" 1862, edited by Dr R.J. Mann and published by George and Robert King, Aberdeen, Scotland and Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, Scotland. He also raised and commanded during 1859, holding the rank of Captain, the Umzinto Troop of the Natal Carbineers. In James's obituary published by "The Natal Star" are the words: "No public man in Natal will be more thoroughly missed than the quiet, gentlemanly and sensible Member of the Legislative Council who is the subject of our present notice...". Married in Scotland during 1842 to his third cousin Jane Cordiner (who married Robert Arbuthnot's nephew, James Arbuthnot of Invernettie. See Table M, Part 1, C.3) who was born in Peterhead during 1819, died at Arborville, Equeefa, Alexandra County, Natal on 2 July 1907 and is buried at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Equeefa, Natal, the daughter of Dr MacDuff Cordiner of Madras (died c 1820) and Elizabeth Cordiner née Arbuthnot (baptised in Peterhead, Scotland on 23 August 1789 and died in India c 1819); granddaughter of Thomas Arbuthnot Senior of Innervidie and Kinmundy (baptised in Peterhead on 8 April 1739, married in Logie, Buchan on 9 December 1786 and died during 1829) and Jane ("Jean") Arbuthnot née Buchan (Jane Buchan was the daughter of John Buchan of Auchmacoy and sister of Grace Buchan (died on 16 December 1818)) and third cousin of Thomas Hutchison (born during 1831 and died at Ingleside, Cults, Aberdeen, Scotland during 1906; Thomas Hutchison was married to James Arbuthnot's first cousin once removed, Nicola McCombie). Dr MacDuff Cordiner was a surgeon in the East India Company under Sir Arthur Wellesley and was sent to India when Jane was five months old. Three weeks after landing there, Jane's mother died of cholera and Jane's father died less than a year later. She was then brought up by her two maiden aunts, Mary Arbuthnot (baptised in Peterhead on 10 June 1794) and Jean Arbuthnot (baptised in Peterhead on 26 April 1802) of Kinmundy. Another of Jane's aunts was Robert Arbuthnot (for further details on Robert Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 1, D). Jane was a keen sketcher and water colourist, also the writer of the privately published autobiographical sketch: "Diary of Jane Arbuthnot: Arborville, March 25, 1897", now a valuable document on early settler life in Natal. After James died, Jane remained for a time at Umzinto Lodge before she purchased a portion of Rosamund's Bower near Equeefa during 1865 and during 1870 purchased Arborville in the same district. In 1878 she had built at Arborville, in memory of James: Holy Trinity Church, consecrated during 1879. This church was demolished during 1919 because of structural problems though the family cemetery remains. Stained glass windows in St. Patrick's Anglican Church, Umzinto are in memory of James and Jane. In recognition of their pioneering role in the Colony of Natal, two of the main streets in Scottburgh, on the South Coast are named Arbuthnot Street and Cordiner Street.
a. William Thomas Arbuthnot of Arborville, Natal. Born at Downie Hills, Peterhead, Scotland on 15 September 1843, died at Arborville, Equeefa, Alexandra County, Natal on 10 May 1881 and is buried at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Equeefa. Married in St Patrick's, Umzinto, Natal on 24 June 1869 to his foster sister Constance Leigh who was born on the Isle of Man c July 1849, died at Arborville on 1 January 1927 and is buried at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Equeefa. For further details on William Thomas Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 4.
b. Macduff Arbuthnot. Born at Downie Hills, Peterhead, Scotland on 2 April 1845 and died in Durban, Natal on 22 January 1927. Married in Umzinto, Alexandra County, Natal on 17 December 1877 to Jean Ogilvy Will Bruce who was born in Peterhead, Scotland during August 1854, died on 16 December 1906 and is buried at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Equeefa, Natal. For further details on Macduff Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 5.
c. Eva Arbuthnot of Beneva, Natal. Born at Downie Hills, Peterhead, Scotland on 8 February 1847, died at "Beneva", Umzinto, Alexandra County, Natal on 20 June 1934 and is buried in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Equeefa, Natal. Married at Holy Trinity Church, Equeefa on 17 January 1872 to Edward William Hawksworth who was born at Crawhill, Scotland on 4 May 1849, died at "Beneva" on 2 March 1923 and is buried at Holy Trinity Cemetery, Equeefa. For further details on Eva Arbuthnot and her descendants see Table M, Part 6.
d. Hubert Arbuthnot. Born at Downie Hills, Peterhead, Scotland on 13 December 1848 and died at Pietermaritzburg, Natal during April 1915. Married at Umzinto, Natal on 20 July 1875 to Rosa Evangeline Barker, who was born during May 1853 and died during 1922. For further details on Hubert Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 7.
e. Susan Frances Rubina Arbuthnot. Born at sea aboard the Unicorn, sailing to Natal on 23 August 1850, died in Durban Natal on 11 September 1923 and is buried at St Patrick's Cemetery, Umzinto, Natal. Married in Umzinto on 12 November 1873 to Captain Norris Edward Davey who was born in England on 2 August 1848, died in Pietermaritzburg, Natal on 31 July 1889, and was buried with Full Military Honours in The Camp Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg. For further details on Susan Frances Rubina Arbuthnot and her descendants see Table M, Part 8.
f. Fitzjames Arbuthnot. Born at Berryden, Richmond, Natal on 24 July 1853 and died at Fawn Leas, Natal on 28 February 1936. Married at Umzinto, Natal on 15 November 1876 to Eliza Sarah Crocker who was born in Durban, Natal c January 1854 and died at Fawn Leas on 23 December 1934. For further details on Fitzjames Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 9.
g. Carmina Corinna Arbuthnot. Born at Berryden, Richmond, Natal on 2 January 1856, baptised at Richmond during April 1856 and died of whooping cough at Berryden as a child on 4 January 1858.
h. St George Arbuthnot. Born at Umzinto Lodge, Kelso District, Alexandra County, Natal on 7 March 1859 and died in Pietermaritzburg, Natal on 8 November 1911. Married in Ladysmith, Natal on 18 June 1890 to Blanche Florence Barker who was born at Lower Umzinto on 30 November 1864 and died in Pietermaritzburg on 12 August 1946. For further details on St. George Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 10.
i. Crofton Arbuthnot. Born at Umzinto Lodge, Kelso District, Alexandra County, Natal on 9 October 1861, after his father's death, died in Pietermaritzburg, Natal on 24 October 1953 and is buried at Mountain Rise Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg. Married at Holy Trinity Church, Equeefa, Alexandra County on 29 December 1896 to Maria Emilie Maby, who was born at Madbrook Farm, Wiltshire, England on 18 April 1875, died in Pietermaritzburg on 23 January 1947 and is buried at Mountain Rise Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg. For further details on Crofton Arbuthnot and his descendants see Table M, Part 11.
4.

John Arbuthnot. Born during 1818 and died in Ceylon during 1849. Not married.

5.

Mary Arbuthnot. Born during 1819 and died on 13 May 1846. Sampler, embroidery work that has been handed down to Mary's first cousin four times removed, Sally O'Reilly (see Table M, Part 6, D.1.a.), is presumed to have been done by Mary; it reads: "Mary Arbuthnot, 1826, aged 8". Married in Old Machar on 10 August 1845 to Alexander Nicoll, a ship owner of Peterhead, Scotland.

6.

Susan Fullerton Arbuthnot. Baptised 30 April 1821. Not married. Died 1900. Buried Richmond Municipal Cemetery.

7.

Nicola Arbuthnot. Born during 1823. Died 28 July 1874. Portrait 1Portrait 2Married during 25 July 1844 to John Leith-Ross of Arnage. They had issue:

a. HERBERT CLIVE LEITH ROSS, d. 1861.
b. COL. JOHN LEITH ROSS, b. April 16, 1845; d. May 4, 1937.
c. FREDERICK WILLIAM LEITH ROSS, b. 1846; d. 1846, 6 months of age.
d. FREDERICK WILLIAM ARBUTHNOT LEITH ROSS, b. 1847; d. 1919.
e. HARRY R.N. LEITH ROSS, b. 1848; d. 1890. drowned in H.M.S. Serpent. There are two relevant websites.
f. NICOLA ROSA LEITH ROSS, b. 1850; d. 1914; m. (1) ALFRED MACKENZIE, 1878; m. (2) ARCHDEACON F.J. CLARKE, 1888.
g. CHARLES CUMMING LEITH ROSS, b. 1852; d. 1865.
h. (WILLOUGHBY) LOUIS THULLIER LEITH ROSS, b. 1861; d. 1907; m. ROSA EDMONDS, 1888.
i. WILLIAM HARRY HAY LEITH ROSS, b. 1863; d. 1920. went to New Zealand
j. ELEANA EUPHENA GORDON LEITH ROSS, b. 1868; d. 1869.
8. William Arbuthnot. Born during 1827 and died on 27 December 1837 aged nine years.
9. George Arbuthnot. Born during 1831 and died while living with his oldest brother, James Arbuthnot, at Berryden, near Richmond, Natal on 30 July 1856. Presumed to have arrived in Durban, Natal during December 1854 aboard The Lady of the Lake. Not married. An entry for George Arbuthnot appears in "British Settlers in Natal: 1824-1857. A Biographical Register". Volume 1, Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer, 1981, University of Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg.
D. Robert Arbuthnot Senior, of Mountpleasant and Ugie Bank. Baptized at Peterhead, Scotland on 5 November 1783 and died 28 May 1858. Married during 1813 to his second cousin Nicola Arbuthnot who died on 28 November 1860, the daughter of Thomas Arbuthnot of Innervidie. (baptised in Peterhead, Scotland on 8 April 1739, married in Logie, Buchan, Scotland on 9 December 1786 and died during 1829) and Jane ("Jean") Buchan; aunt of Jane Cordiner; and second cousin once removed of Thomas Hutchison (who was married to Robert Arbuthnot's granddaughter, Nicola McCombie).
1. Jane Arbuthnot. Born during 1813 and died on 28 April 1887. Married at Old Machar on 13 January 1842 as his second wife to William Allardyce of Aberdeen
a. Catherine Allardyce.
b. Nicola Allardyce. Married Clayton Turner Lane.
(A) Frank McDonald Lane.
(1) Major W... Hugh M... Lane.
(2) Margaret Arbuthnot Lane. Address: Downfold, Walderton, Chichester, Sussex.
(B) Clayton Arbuthnot Lane Senior. Married to Kathleen Pittar.
(1) Kathleen Margaret Allerdyce Lane. Married to William Thomason Hodson.
(2) Clayton Arbuthnot Lane Junior.
(C) Herbert A... J... Lane.
(1)
c. Robert Allardyce. Married to an American woman and settled in America.
2. Catherine Arbuthnot. Born during 1815 and died on 20 June 1887. Married in Old Machar on 3 January 1839 to Thomas McCombie of Richmond Hill who was born during 1814 and who died on 8 November 1840 aged twenty-six; son of Thomas McCombie of Easterskene (born during 1762 and dird during 1824) and Margaret Hutchison née Boyd; grandson of William McCombie and Marjory McCombie née Wishart; great grandson of Robert McCombie and Isobel McCombie née Ritchie; great great grandson of Donald McCombie (born during 1650 and died during 1714); and great great great grandson of John McCombie (died during 1676).
a. Nicola McCombie. Born at Easterskene, Aberdeen, Grampian, Scotland on 5 February 1840 and died at 76 Lowther Road, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England on 24 August 1925. Married in Skene, Aberdeen on 22 August 1861 to Thomas Hutchison who was born during 1831 and who died at Ingleside, Cults, Aberdeen during 1906. For further details on Nicola McCombie and her descendants see Table M, Part 12.
3. Robert Arbuthnot. Junior of Cutler Mills. Born during 1816 and died in Aberdeen on 27 June 1902. He was Senior Partner in the firm Arbuthnot and McCombie. Not married.
4. Thomas Arbuthnot, 1st of the name. Born during 1818 and died at Peterhead, Scotland during 1830. Not married.
5. George Arbuthnot. Born during 1824 and died in Calcutta during 1842. Not married.
6. Thomas Arbuthnot, 2nd of the name. Born during 1832 and died at Peterhead on 28 July 1868. Not married.

For further details on Elizabeth Arbuthnot and her ancestors see Table Q, A.3.a.aa.

See Table Q, A.3.a.

For further details on Mary Arbuthnot and her ancestors see Table Q, A.3.a.dd.

For further details on Jean Arbuthnot and her ancestors see Table Q, A.3.a.hh.

 

 

For further detail on later generations, see Table M

Table M, Part 1. Produced under the guidance of Sir William Arbuthnot, Bt, Arbuthnot Family Genealogist, by Anthony Arbuthnot.
Address: PO Box 46356, Orange Grove, 2119, Gauteng, RSA. Telephone: + (27) 11 485-3134. Facsimile: + (27) 11 485-3132.

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