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Dodd's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage 1841

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missary-general and contractor to the army from 1748 to 1759; his son was the 1st Baron Dundas, and the 2nd baron was created Earl of Zetland. Seats-Aske and Marsh Halls, Yorkshire; Kerse House, Stirlingshire.

Heir pres., his bro., Hon. John Charles; born 1809; is a barrister-at-law; represented Richmond in parliament from 1830 to 1835, and has sat for York since the latter date.

ZOUCHE, DE LA, BARONESS, (Eng.) Creat. 1308.-HARRIET ANN CURZON, dau. of Cecil Bisshop, Lord de la Zouche, by the only dau. and heir of William Southwell, Esq., of Frampton, Gloucestershire (now Baroness Dowager). Born 1787; mar. 1808, Hon. Robert Curzon. This barony having at the death of the present peeress' father fallen into abeyance between his 2 daughters, the abeyance was terminated in favour of his eldest dau., the present baroness, in 1829. Seats-Parham Park, Sussex; Hagley, Staffordshire.

Heir, her son, Hon. Robert; born 1810; is resident gentleman-usher to the Queen Dowager, and secretary to her lord chamberlain.