Descendants of Hugh Stewart

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Descendants of Hugh Stewart



Sir John Stewart, first Baronet Stewart of Athenree

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  • 1 Hugh Stewart (1728-1800) (Ireland) m (1753, Tyrone) Sarah Hamilton (1732-1774)
    • 2 Mary Stewart (1754- )
    • 2 John Stewart (1757-1825) 1st Baronet Stewart of Athenree [1] m (1789, Ireland) Mary Archdall (1764-1795)
      • 3 Hugh Stewart (1792-1854) 2nd Baronet m (1826, Londonderry) Julia Gage (1802-1830)
        • 4 Julia Stewart (1827-1918)
        • 4 John Marcus Stewart (1830-1905) 3rd Baronet m (1856, Dublin) Anne Coote Houghton (1836-1913)
          • 5 Hugh Houghton Stewart (1858-1942) 4th Baronet
          • 5 Annie Coote Houghton Stewart (1859- )
          • 5 George Powell Stewart (1861-1945) (Ballygawley to Jersey) 5th Baronet [2] m (1895, St S) Florence Maria Georgina Godfray (1864-1957) d of Sir James (Jacques) [3] and Albina Elizabeth Ingouville
            • 6 John Houghton Stewart (1895-1915) (St S)
            • 6 Hugh Charles Godfray Stewart (1897-1994) (St S) 6th Baronet [4] m 2, Diana Margaret Hibbert (1922-2013); 1 (1929) Rosemary Elinor Dorothy Wade-Gery
              • 7 Elinor Godfray Stewart (1930-2002)
            • 6 Mary Stewart (1899-1989) (St S) m (1930, St S) Guy Janvrin Robin (Petit Menage)
          • 5 Mary Stewart (1863- )
          • 5 John Marcus Stewart (1863-1906)
          • 5 Charles Gage Stewart (1864-1896)
          • 5 Arthur Forbes Stewart (1865-1865)
          • 5 Albert Fortescue Stewart (1868-1925)
          • 5 Cosmo Gordon Stewart (1869-1948)
          • 5 Madeline Delamont Stewart (1871-1960)
          • 5 Julian Leslie Stewart (1873-1945)
        • 4 Mary Stewart (1837-1871)
      • 3 Mervyn Stewart (1794-1886)
      • 3 Mary Stewart (1795- )
    • 2 Henry Stewart (1761-1854)
    • 2 Andrew Stewart

Notes and references

  1. Attorney-General for Ireland in 1799 and successively Member of Parliament for Cos. Down and Tyrone. He was created a baronet in 1803
  2. An officer of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General, RJM. His Jersey Will was proved on 25 July 1945 by his widow, Florence Maria Georgina, and others
  3. QADC; Advocate, First Deputy in the States of Jersey for St Martin (1857), Colonel RJM; Seigneur of Anneville, Everat and Lempriere. Owner of Grainville Manor, St Saviour, Jersey
  4. Seigneur in 1960 of the Fiefs of Anneville, Quetivel?, Everard and Lempriere: The Evening Post Almanac (1960), 452-4
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