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Sir James Carnegie of Kinnaird, 5th Baronet DL (1799 – 30 January 1849)[1] was a Scottish politician and de jure 8th Earl of Southesk.

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Background

Born at Kinnaird, Angus, he was the son of Sir David Carnegie, 4th Baronet and Agnes Murray Elliot, daughter of Andrew Elliot.[2] In 1805 at the age of six, he succeeded his father as baronet.[3] He was educated at home and at Eton College.[2] In 1818, Carnegie began his Grand Tour, first visiting France, Germany and Italy, then Spain and Holland in the following year.[2]

Career

Carnegie entered the British House of Commons in 1830 and sat as Member of Parliament (MP) for Aberdeen Burghs until the following year.[4] He was a Deputy Lieutenant of Forfarshire.[5] In 1847, he petitioned the restoration of the forfeited titles Lord Carnegie and Earl of Southesk, however after assessment by the Committee of Privileges his claim was not followed up.[2]

Family

While again on travels through France and Italy, Carnegie met Charlotte Lysons, second daughter of Reverend Daniel Lysons.[6] They married at the house of the British Ambassador to Italy in Naples on 14 November 1825, [6] and had two daughters and three sons.[7] Carnegie died intestate at Kinnaird Castle, Brechin.[8] His oldest son James succeeded to the baronetcy and was later confirmed in his de jure titles. [7] His third son Charles represented Forfarshire in the Parliament of the United Kingdom.[9]

References

  1. ^ "Leigh Rayment - Baronetage". http://www.leighrayment.com/baronetage/baronetsC1.htm. Retrieved 20 April 2009.  
  2. ^ a b c d Douglas, Sir Robert (1911). Sir James Balfour Paul. ed. The Scots Peerage. vol. VIII. Edinburgh: David Douglas. pp. 88–90.  
  3. ^ Burke, John (1832). A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire. vol. I (4th ed.). London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley. pp. 213.  
  4. ^ "Leigh Rayment - British House of Commons, Aberdeen Burghs". http://www.leighrayment.com/commons/Acommons1.htm. Retrieved 20 April 2009.  
  5. ^ Sylvanus, Urban (1849). The Gentleman's Magazine. London: John Bowyer Nichols and Son. pp. 316.  
  6. ^ a b Lysons, Sir Daniel (1896). Early Reminiscences. London: John Murray. pp. 15–16.  
  7. ^ a b Lodge, Edmund (1859). The Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (28th ed.). London: Hurst and Blackett. pp. 525–526.  
  8. ^ "ThePeerage - Sir James Carnegie of Kinnaird, 5th Bt". http://www.thepeerage.com/p4806.htm#i48056. Retrieved 16 January 2009.  
  9. ^ Debrett, John (1870). Robert Henry Mair. ed. Debrett's House of Commons and Judicial Bench. London: Dean & Son. pp. 48.  

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Joseph Hume
Member of Parliament for Aberdeen Burghs
18301831
Succeeded by
Horatio Ross
Peerage of Scotland
Preceded by
David Carnegie
Earl of Southesk
de jure
1805 – 1849
Succeeded by
James Carnegie
Baronetage of Nova Scotia
Preceded by
David Carnegie
Baronet
(of Pitcarrow)
1805 – 1849
Succeeded by
James Carnegie
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