BARONETAGE
Last updated 03/07/2014
Names of baronets shown in blue 
have not yet proved succession and, as a
result, their name has not yet been placed on
the Official Roll of the Baronetage.
Date Type Order Name Born Died  Age
Dates in italics in the "Born" column indicate that the baronet was
baptised on that date; dates in italics in the "Died" column indicate 
that the baronet was buried on that date
MACALISTER of Tarbert,Cantire,Argyll
23 Jan 1924 UK 1 Donald Macalister                           17 May 1854 15 Jan 1934 79
to     Extinct on his death                    
15 Jan 1934
McALPINE of Knott Park,Surrey
2 Jul 1918 UK 1 Robert McAlpine                    13 Feb 1847 3 Nov 1934 87
3 Nov 1934 2 Robert McAlpine                    17 Oct 1868 16 Nov 1934 66
16 Nov 1934 3 Alfred Robert McAlpine        11 May 1907 25 Aug 1968 61
25 Aug 1968 4 Thomas George Bishop McAlpine 23 Oct 1901 5 Aug 1983 81
5 Aug 1983 5 Robert Edwin McAlpine,Baron McAlpine
of Moffat [L]                                        23 Apr 1907 7 Jan 1990 82
7 Jan 1990 6 William Hepburn McAlpine      12 Jan 1936
MACARA of Ardmore,Argyll
9 Feb 1911 UK 1 Charles Wright Macara      11 Jan 1845 2 Jan 1929 83
2 Jan 1929 2 William Cowper Macara      4 Nov 1875 18 Mar 1931 55
18 Mar 1931 3 Charles Douglas Macara     19 Apr 1904 1982 78
1982 4 Hugh Kenneth Macara             17 Jan 1913 c Apr 1986 73
to     Extinct on his death                    
c Apr 1986
MACARTNEY of Lish,co.Armagh
4 Jan 1799 I 1 John Macartney                      9 Mar 1747 29 May 1812 65
29 May 1812 2 William Isaac Macartney         25 Oct 1780 31 Jul 1867 86
31 Jul 1867 3 John Macartney                    10 Oct 1832 7 Dec 1911 79
7 Dec 1911 4 William Isaac Macartney      13 Oct 1867 Apr 1942 74
For further information on this baronet,see
the note at the foot of this page
Apr 1942 5 Alexander Miller Macartney 24 Jul 1869 30 Sep 1960 91
30 Sep 1960 6 John Barrington Macartney 21 Jan 1917 1 Sep 1999 82
1 Sep 1999 7 John Ralph Macartney                              24 Jul 1945
MACARTY of Muskerry
c 1638 NS 1 Donogh Macarty                       1594 4 Aug 1665 71
He subsequently succeeded to the 
Viscountcy of Muskerry (qv) in 1640 with
which title the baronetcy then merged
until its forfeiture in 1691    
McCLURE of Belmont,Down
20 Mar 1874 UK 1 Thomas McClure                       4 Mar 1806 21 Jan 1893 86
to     MP for Belfast 1868-1874        
21 Jan 1893 Extinct on his death                    
McCONNELL of the Moat,Belfast
25 Sep 1900 UK 1 Robert John McConnell             6 Feb 1853 22 Apr 1927 74
22 Apr 1927 2 Joseph McConnell                 17 Sep 1877 27 Aug 1942 64
MP for Antrim 1929-1942    
27 Aug 1942 3 Robert Melville Terence McConnell 7 Feb 1902 3 May 1987 85
3 May 1987 4 Robert Shean McConnell    23 Nov 1930
Mac CORMAC of Harley Street,London
24 Sep 1897 UK 1 William Mac Cormac           17 Jan 1836 4 Dec 1901 65
to     Extinct on his death                    
4 Dec 1901
McCOWAN of Dalwhat,Dumfries
26 Jun 1934 UK 1 David McCowan                      8 Dec 1860 15 May 1937 76
15 May 1937 2 David James Cargill McCowan 15 Jan 1897 29 Aug 1965 68
29 Aug 1965 3 Hew Cargill McCowan              26 Jul 1930 12 Mar 1998 67
12 Mar 1998 4 David William Cargill McCowan 28 Feb 1934
McCULLAGH of Lismarra,Antrim
1 Jul 1935 UK 1 Crawford McCullagh                    14 Dec 1868 13 Apr 1948 79
PC [NI] 1941                               
13 Apr 1948 2 Joseph Crawford McCullagh 25 Sep 1907 16 Jan 1974 66
to     Extinct on his death                    
16 Jan 1974
MACULLOCH of Myrstoun
10 Aug 1664 NS 1 Alexander Maculloch          1675
1675 2 Godfrey Maculloch                      26 Mar 1697
to     Extinct on his death                    
26 Mar 1697 For information on the death of this baronet,
see the note at the foot of this page
MACDONALD of Slate,Inverness
28 May 1625 NS 1 See "Bosvile-Macdonald"  
MACDONALD of East Sheen,Surrey
27 Nov 1813 UK 1 Archibald Macdonald               13 Jul 1747 18 May 1826 78
MP for Hindon 1777-1780 and Newcastle-under-
Lyme 1780-1793. Solicitor General 1784-1788
Attorney General 1788-1793. Chief Baron
of the Exchequer 1793-1813  PC 1793
18 May 1826 2 James Macdonald                          14 Feb 1784 29 Jun 1832 48
MP for Tain Burghs 1805-1806,Newcastle-under-
Lyme 1806-1812,Sutherland 1812-1816,Calne
1816-1831 and Hampshire 1831-1832                      
29 Jun 1832 3 Archibald Keppel Macdonald 15 Oct 1820 28 Mar 1901 80
28 Mar 1901 4 Archibald John Macdonald           2 Feb 1871 11 Oct 1919 48
to     Extinct on his death                    
11 Oct 1919
MACDONNELL of Maye,Antrim
30 Nov 1627 I 1 Alexander Macdonnell            10 May 1634
10 May 1634 2 James Macdonnell                c 1680
c 1680 3 Randal Macdonnell                     c 1697
to     He was attainted and the baronetcy 
10 Jul 1691 forfeited                                  
McDONNELL of Kilsharvan,Meath
20 Jan 1872 UK 1 Alexander Macdonnell              1794 21 Jan 1875 80
to     PC [I] 1846                    
21 Jan 1875 Extinct on his death                    
McEWEN of Marchmont,Berwick
and Bardrochat,Ayr
28 Jan 1953 UK 1 John Helias Finnie McEwen 21 Jun 1894 19 Apr 1962 67
MP for Berwick & Haddington 1931-1945
19 Apr 1962 2 James Napier Finnie McEwen 14 Dec 1924 2 Jul 1971 46
2 Jul 1971 3 Robert Lindley McEwen              23 Jun 1926 18 May 1980 53
18 May 1980 4 James Francis Lindley McEwen 24 Aug 1960 18 Jun 1983 22
18 Jun 1983 5 John Roderick Hugh McEwen 4 Nov 1965
McFARLAND of Aberfoyle,co.Londonderry
23 Jan 1914 UK 1 John McFarland                       15 Sep 1848 28 May 1926 77
28 May 1926 2 Basil Alexander Talbot McFarland 18 Feb 1898 5 Mar 1986 88
Lord Lieutenant Londonderry City 1939-1975
5 Mar 1986 3 John Talbot McFarland               3 Oct 1927
MacGREGOR of MacGregor,Perth
3 Jul 1795 GB 1 John Murray MacGregor        10 Apr 1745 28 Jun 1822 77
28 Jun 1822 2 Evan John Murray MacGregor Jan 1785 14 Jun 1841 56
Governor of Dominica 1831, Antigua 1832,
Barbados 1836 and Trinidad 1839
14 Jun 1841 3 John Atholl Bannatyne MacGregor 20 Jan 1810 11 May 1851 41
11 May 1851 4 Malcolm Macgregor                   29 Aug 1834 31 Aug 1879 45
31 Aug 1879 5 Malcolm MacGregor                 3 Aug 1873 5 Dec 1958 85
5 Dec 1958 6 Gregor MacGregor             22 Dec 1925 30 Mar 2003 77
30 Mar 2003 7 Malcolm Gregor Charles MacGregor 23 Mar 1959
MacGREGOR of Saville Row,Middlesex
17 Mar 1828 UK 1 Patrick MacGregor             17 Jul 1828
17 Jul 1828 2 William MacGregor            14 Mar 1817 29 Mar 1846 29
29 Mar 1846 3 Charles MacGregor             8 Nov 1819 12 Oct 1879 59
12 Oct 1879 4 William Gordon MacGregor            11 Sep 1846 15 Jun 1905 58
For further information on this baronet, see the
note at the foot of this page.
15 Jun 1905 5 Cyril Patrick McConnell MacGregor 1887 30 Jan 1958 70
30 Jan 1958 6 Robert James McConnell MacGregor 1890 21 Jan 1963 72
21 Jan 1963 7 Edwin Robert MacGregor    4 Dec 1931 28 Mar 2003 71
28 Mar 2003 8 Ian Grant MacGregor          22 Feb 1959
McGRIGOR of Campden Hill,Middlesex
30 Sep 1831 UK 1 James McGrigor                        9 Apr 1771 2 Apr 1858 86
2 Apr 1858 2 Charles Rhoderic McGrigor   2 May 1811 13 Jan 1890 78
13 Jan 1890 3 James Rhoderic Duff McGrigor 27 Apr 1857 4 Feb 1924 66
4 Feb 1924 4 Charles Colquhoun McGrigor 26 Apr 1893 28 Oct 1946 53
28 Oct 1946 5 Charles Edward McGrigor      5 Oct 1922 1 Oct 2007 84
1 Oct 2007 6 James Angus Rhoderick McGrigor 19 Oct 1949
McIVER of Sarisbury,Hants
23 Jul 1896 UK 1 Lewis McIver                            6 Mar 1846 9 Aug 1920 74
to     MP for Torquay 1885-1886 and Edinburgh
9 Aug 1920 West 1895-1909                                                      
Extinct on his death                    
MACKAY of Far
28 Mar 1627 NS 1 Donald Mackay                          Mar 1591 Feb 1649 57
He was subsequently created Lord Reay (qv)
in 1628 with which title the baronetcy
remains merged                                 
McKENNY
1831 UK 1 Thomas McKenny                24 Jul 1770 1849 78
1849 2 William McKenny                       1798 10 Nov 1866 68
to     Extinct on his death                    
10 Nov 1866
MACKENZIE of Tarbat,Ross
21 May 1628 NS 1 John Mackenzie                          10 Sep 1654
10 Sep 1654 2 George Mackenzie,Earl of Cromarty 1630 17 Aug 1714
He resigned the baronetcy in favour of his
2nd son in 1704                        
29 Apr 1704 3 Kenneth Mackenzie                 c 1658 13 Sep 1728
MP for Scotland 1707-1708 and
Cromartyshire 1710-1713 and 1727-1728                              
13 Sep 1728 4 George Mackenzie                      20 May 1748
MP for Inverness Burghs 1710-1713 and
Cromartyshire 1729-1734   
20 May 1748 5 Kenneth Mackenzie                14 Sep 1763
to     On his death the heir was under attainder
14 Sep 1763 and the baronetcy was therefore forfeited
MACKENZIE of Coul,Ross
16 Oct 1673 NS 1 Kenneth Mackenzie                c 1620 c 1680
c 1680 2 Alexander Mackenzie           1702
1702 3 John Mackenzie                      c 1673 c 1715
c 1715 4 Colin Mackenzie                       1674 Oct 1740 66
Oct 1740 5 Alexander Mackenzie         1792
1792 6 Alexander Mackenzie         14 Sep 1796
14 Sep 1796 7 George Steuart Mackenzie 22 Jun 1780 Oct 1848 68
Oct 1848 8 Alexander Mackenzie         10 Jan 1805 3 Jan 1856 50
3 Jan 1856 9 William Mackenzie             20 May 1806 21 Dec 1868 62
21 Dec 1868 10 Robert Ramsay Mackenzie   21 Jul 1811 19 Sep 1873 62
19 Sep 1873 11 Arthur George Ramsay Mackenzie 2 May 1865 28 Apr 1935 69
28 Apr 1935 12 Robert Evelyn Mackenzie   15 Feb 1906 28 Jul 1990 84
28 Jul 1990 13 Peter Douglas Mackenzie   23 Apr 1949
MACKENZIE of Darien,Ross
22 Feb 1703 NS 1 Alexander Mackenzie           1663 20 Dec 1744 81
20 Dec 1744 2 George Mackenzie                  23 Sep 1711 c 1780
c 1780 3 George Mackenzie                  28 Mar 1747 21 Oct 1815 68
21 Oct 1815 4 Arthur Mackenzie                   6 Sep 1782 2 Aug 1836 53
2 Aug 1836 5 George Mackenzie                17 Feb 1811 Sep 1839 28
to     On his death the baronetcy became dormant
Sep 1839
MACKENZIE of Gairloch,Ross
22 Feb 1703 NS See "Inglis"
MACKENZIE of Scatwell,Ross
22 Feb 1703 NS 1 Kenneth Mackenzie                1730
1730 2 Roderick Mackenzie                            c 1687 24 Apr 1750
24 Apr 1750 3 Lewis Mackenzie                                   1715 13 Sep 1756 41
13 Sep 1756 4 Roderick Mackenzie                          c 1740 11 Jun 1811
11 Jun 1811 5 James Wemyss Mackenzie                   10 Jun 1770 8 Mar 1843 72
MP for Ross-shire 1822-1831. Lord
Lieutenant Ross-shire 1826-1843
8 Mar 1843 6 James John Randoll Mackenzie 20 Jun 1814 28 Feb 1884 69
28 Feb 1884 7 James Dixon Mackenzie       22 Apr 1830 24 Jun 1900 70
24 Jun 1900 8 James Kenneth Douglas Mackenzie 31 Aug 1859 5 Dec 1930 71
5 Dec 1930 9 Lewis Roderick Kenneth Mackenzie 8 Aug 1902 10 Dec 1972 70
 
10 Dec 1972 10 Roderick Campbell Mackenzie 15 Nov 1954 31 May 1981 26
31 May 1981 11 Roderick Edward Francois McQuhae
Mackenzie                                 11 Dec 1894 7 Jan 1986 91
7 Jan 1986 12 Roderick McQuhae Mackenzie 17 Apr 1942
MACKENZIE of Royston,Edinburgh
8 Feb 1704 NS 1 James Mackenzie                    c 1671 9 Nov 1744
9 Nov 1744 2 George Mackenzie                20 May 1748
 
20 May 1748 3 Kenneth Mackenzie (see also 1628 creation) 14 Sep 1763
to     On his death the heir was under attainder
14 Sep 1763 and the baronetcy was therefore forfeited
MACKENZIE of Delvine,Perth
9 Nov 1805 UK See "Muir-Mackenzie"
MACKENZIE of Berkeley Square,London
26 May 1819 UK 1 Ewen Baillie 21 Aug 1820
21 Aug 1820 2 Alexander Mackenzie          c 1771 17 Oct 1853
to     Extinct on his death                    
17 Oct 1853
MACKENZIE of Kilcoy,Ross
15 Mar 1836 UK 1 Colin Mackenzie                     22 Apr 1782 16 Jan 1845 62
16 Jan 1845 2 Evan Mackenzie                        15 Aug 1816 12 Dec 1883 67
to     Extinct on his death                    
12 Dec 1883
MACKENZIE of Glen Muick,Aberdeen
21 Mar 1890 UK 1 James Thompson Mackenzie 27 Dec 1818 12 Aug 1890 71
12 Aug 1890 2 Allan Russell Mackenzie              29 Mar 1850 20 Aug 1906 56
20 Aug 1906 3 Victor Audley Falconer Mackenzie 15 Dec 1882 18 Apr 1944 61
18 Apr 1944 4 Alexander George Anthony Allan Mackenzie 4 Jan 1913 5 Jan 1993 80
5 Jan 1993 5 James William Guy Mackenzie 6 Oct 1946
MACKESON of Hythe,Kent
29 Jan 1954 UK 1 Harry Ripley Mackeson              25 May 1905 25 Jan 1964 58
MP for Hythe 1945-1950 and Folkestone
and Hythe 1950-1959             
25 Jan 1964 2 Rupert Henry Mackeson              16 Nov 1941
MACKIE of Corraith,Kilmarnock
23 Jun 1920 UK 1 Peter Jeffrey Mackie         26 Nov 1855 22 Sep 1924 68
to     Extinct on his death                    
22 Sep 1924
MACKINNON of Strathaird and Loup,Argyll
15 Jul 1889 UK 1 William Mackinnon                    31 Mar 1823 22 Jun 1893 70
to     Extinct on his death                    
22 Jun 1893
MACKINTOSH of Mackintosh,Glamorgan
30 Dec 1812 UK 1 Aeneas Mackintosh                   21 Jan 1820
to     Extinct on his death                    
21 Jan 1820
MACKINTOSH of Halifax,Yorks
28 Jan 1935 UK 1 Harold Vincent Mackintosh 8 Jun 1891 27 Dec 1964 73
He was subsequently created Baron
Mackintosh (qv) in 1948 with which title
the baronetcy remains merged
MACKWORTH of Normanton,Rutland
4 Jun 1619 E 1 Thomas Mackworth                 Mar 1626
Mar 1626 2 Henry Mackworth               24 Aug 1640
24 Aug 1640 3 Thomas Mackworth               1 May 1624 28 Nov 1694 70
MP for Rutland 1679,1680-1681 and 1685-
1694                                                  
28 Nov 1694 4 Thomas Mackworth             after 1666 Feb 1745
MP for Rutland 1694-1695,1701-1708 
and 1721-1727 and Portsmouth 1713-1715
Feb 1745 5 Thomas Mackworth                17 Oct 1769
17 Oct 1769 6 Henry Mackworth                 14 Jan 1774
14 Jan 1774 7 Henry Mackworth                   c 1728 1 Aug 1803
to     Extinct on his death                    
1 Aug 1803
MACKWORTH of the Gnoll,Glamorgan
16 Sep 1776 GB 1 Herbert Mackworth                   1 Jan 1737 25 Oct 1791 54
MP for Cardiff 1766-1790        
25 Oct 1791 2 Robert Humphrey Mackworth 16 Nov 1764 13 Sep 1795 30
13 Sep 1795 3 Digby Mackworth                       14 May 1766 2 May 1838 71
2 May 1838 4 Digby Mackworth                            13 Jun 1789 23 Dec 1852 63
23 Dec 1852 5 Digby Francis Mackworth      7 Jul 1817 8 Sep 1857 40
8 Sep 1857 6 Arthur William Mackworth      5 Oct 1842 8 Mar 1914 71
8 Mar 1914 7 Humphrey Mackworth          11 Jul 1871 2 May 1948 76
2 May 1948 8 Harry Llewellyn Mackworth 17 Mar 1878 18 Nov 1952 74
18 Nov 1952 9 David Arthur Geoffrey Mackworth 13 Jul 1912 8 Feb 1998 85
8 Feb 1998 10 Digby John Mackworth            2 Nov 1945
MACKWORTH-PRAED of Owsden Hall,Suffolk
28 Dec 1905 UK 1 Herbert Bulkley Mackworth-Praed 2 May 1841 21 Nov 1921 80
to     MP for Colchester 1874-1880
21 Nov 1921 Extinct on his death                    
McLAREN of Bodnant,Denbigh,Gwylgre,
Flint and Hilders,Surrey
8 Aug 1902 UK 1 Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren 12 May 1850 23 Jan 1934 83
He was subsequently created Baron
Aberconway (qv) in 1911 with which title
the baronetcy remains merged,although,as at
30/06/2014,the baronetcy does not appear on
the Official Roll of the Baronetage
MACLAY of Park Terrace,Glasgow
20 Jul 1914 UK 1 James Paton Maclay            6 Sep 1857 24 Apr 1951 93
He was subsequently created Baron
Maclay (qv) in 1922 with which title the
baronetcy remains merged                
MACLEAN of Morvaren,Argyll
3 Sep 1631 NS 1 Lauchlan Maclean                   18 Apr 1649
18 Apr 1649 2 Hector Maclean                     c 1625 1674
1674 3 Allan Maclean                       c 1637 1674
1674 4 John Maclean                       c 1719
c 1719 5 Hector Maclean                  c 1704 c Feb 1751
c Feb 1751 6 Allan Maclean                          10 Dec 1783
10 Dec 1783 7 Hector Maclean                      2 Nov 1818
2 Nov 1818 8 Fitzroy Jeffreys Grafton Maclean 5 Jul 1847
5 Jul 1847 9 Charles Fitzroy Maclean     14 Oct 1798 27 Jan 1883 84
27 Jan 1883 10 Fitzroy Donald Maclean                     18 May 1835 22 Nov 1936 101
22 Nov 1936 11 Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean,Baron
Maclean                                    5 May 1916 8 Feb 1990 73
8 Feb 1990 12 Lachlan Hector Charles McLean 25 Aug 1942
MACLEAN of Dunconnel,Argyll
22 Jul 1957 UK 1 Fitzroy Hew Maclean         11 Mar 1911 15 Jun 1996 85
MP for Lancaster 1941-1959 and Bute & Northern                                                 
1959-1974  KT 1993                                        
15 Jun 1996 2 Charles Edward Maclean                                  31 Oct 1946
MACLELLAN of Bombie,Galloway
c 1631 NS 1 Robert Maclellan                   1641
He was subsequently created Lord
Kirkcudbright (qv) in 1633 with which title
the baronetcy then merged until it became
dormant in 1832                              
MACLEOD of Fuinary,Argyll
3 Mar 1924 UK 1 John Mackintosh MacLeod           5 May 1857 6 Mar 1934 76
MP for Glasgow Central 1915-1918 and
Kelvingrove 1918-1922     
6 Mar 1934 2 John Mackintosh Norman MacLeod 10 Aug 1891 23 Sep 1939 48
23 Sep 1939 3 Ian Francis Norman MacLeod 25 Sep 1921 28 Apr 1944 22
28 Apr 1944 4 George Fielden MacLeod,later [1967]
Baron MacLeod of Fuinary [L]                                     17 Jun 1895 27 Jun 1991 96
27 Jun 1991 5 John Maxwell Norman MacLeod 23 Feb 1952
McLEOD of The Fairfields,Cobham,Surrey
22 Jan 1925 UK 1 Charles Campbell McLeod    19 Jun 1858 2 Oct 1936 78
2 Oct 1936 2 Murdoch Campbell McLeod 17 Jul 1893 21 Apr 1950 56
21 Apr 1950 3 Charles Henry McLeod        7 Nov 1924 26 Dec 2012 88
26 Dec 2012 4 James Roderick Charles McLeod 26 Sep 1960
McLINTOCK of Sanquhar,Dumfries
19 Jan 1934 UK 1 William McLintock                     26 Sep 1873 8 May 1947 73
8 May 1947 2 Thomson McLintock                  30 Apr 1905 28 Dec 1953 48
28 Dec 1953 3 William Traven McLintock     4 Jan 1931 26 Jun 1987 56
26 Jun 1987 4 Michael William McLintock     13 Aug 1958
MACLURE of the Home,Whalley Range,Lancs
12 Mar 1898 UK 1 John William Maclure            22 Apr 1835 28 Jan 1901 65
MP for Stretford 1886-1901
28 Jan 1901 2 John Edward Stanley Maclure 25 Feb 1869 16 Nov 1938 69
16 Nov 1938 3 John William Spencer Maclure 4 Feb 1899 1 Mar 1980 81
1 Mar 1980 4 John Robert Spencer Maclure 25 Mar 1934
MacMAHON of Clondirrala,Clare
15 Aug 1628 I 1 Tiege MacMahon                  c 1650
c 1650 2 Turlough MacMahon              c 1680
to     Presumably extinct on his death
c 1680
McMAHON of Dublin
6 May 1815 UK 1 William McMahon                      12 Jul 1776 13 Jan 1837 60
PC [I] 1814                                                  
13 Jan 1837 2 Beresford Burston McMahon 14 Feb 1808 11 Jan 1873 64
11 Jan 1873 3 William Samuel McMahon     9 Nov 1839 3 Jun 1905 65
3 Jun 1905 4 Lionel McMahon                30 Jun 1856 20 Feb 1926 69
to     Extinct on his death                    
20 Feb 1926
McMAHON of Ashley Manor,Hants
7 Aug 1817 UK 1 John McMahon                              12 Sep 1817
PC 1812                                                     
12 Sep 1817 2 Thomas McMahon                          27 Dec 1779 10 Apr 1860 80
10 Apr 1860 3 Thomas Westropp McMahon c 1813 23 Jan 1892
23 Jan 1892 4 Aubrey Hope McMahon        26 Aug 1862 8 Apr 1893 30
8 Apr 1893 5 Horace Westropp McMahon 28 Oct 1863 9 Jul 1932 68
9 Jul 1932 6 Eyre McMahon                          24 Aug 1860 10 Sep 1935 75
10 Sep 1935 7 William Patrick McMahon    24 Apr 1900 5 Jan 1977 76
5 Jan 1977 8 Brian Patrick McMahon               9 Jun 1942
MacMASTER of Glengarry,Ontario,Canada
26 Jan 1921 UK 1 Donald MacMaster                         3 Sep 1846 3 Mar 1922 75
to     MP for Chertsey 1910-1922
3 Mar 1922 Extinct on his death                    
MACNAB of Dundurn Castle,Canada
5 Feb 1858 UK 1 Allan Napier Macnab                    19 Feb 1798 8 Aug 1862 64
to     Extinct on his death                    
8 Aug 1862
MACNAGHTEN of Bushmills House,co.
Antrim and Mahan,co.Armagh
16 Jul 1836 UK 1 Francis Workman-Macnaghten 2 Aug 1763 22 Nov 1843 80
22 Nov 1843 2 Edmund Charles Workman-Macnaghten 1 Apr 1790 6 Jan 1876 85
MP for co.Antrim 1847-1852                            
6 Jan 1876 3 Francis Edmund Workman-Macnaghten 9 Jul 1828 21 Jul 1911 83
PC [I] 1906. Lord Lieutenant Antrim                                             . 
1890-1911                                      
21 Jul 1911 4 Edward Macnaghten,Baron Macnaghten 3 Feb 1830 17 Feb 1913 83
17 Feb 1913 5 Edward Charles Macnaghten 9 Oct 1859 31 Dec 1914 55
31 Dec 1914 6 Edward Harry Macnaghten 12 Feb 1896 1 Jul 1916 20
1 Jul 1916 7 Arthur Douglas Macnaghten 25 Jan 1897 15 Sep 1916 19
15 Sep 1916 8 Francis Alexander Macnaghten 18 May 1863 1 Nov 1951 88
1 Nov 1951 9 Frederic Fergus Macnaghten 10 May 1867 18 Nov 1955 88
18 Nov 1955 10 Antony Macnaghten                         15 Nov 1899 12 Dec 1972 73
12 Dec 1972 11 Patrick Alexander Macnaghten 24 Jan 1927 22 Aug 2007 80
22 Aug 2007 12 Malcolm Francis Macnaghten 21 Sep 1956
MACNAGHTEN
18 Jan 1840 UK 1 William Hay Macnaghten           24 Aug 1793 25 Dec 1841 48
to     Extinct on his death                    
25 Dec 1841
  MACPHERSON of Calcutta,India
27 Jun 1786 GB 1 John Macpherson                 c 1745 12 Jan 1821
to     MP for Cricklade 1779-1782 and Horsham
12 Jan 1821 1796-1802                                
Extinct on his death                    
MACPHERSON of Drumalban
26 Apr 1933 UK 1 James Ian Macpherson       14 May 1880 14 Aug 1937 57
He was subsequently created Baron
Strathcarron (qv) in 1936 with which title
the baronetcy remains merged
MACPHERSON-GRANT
of Ballindallock,Elgin
25 Jul 1838 UK 1 George Macpherson-Grant 25 Feb 1781 24 Nov 1846 65
MP for Sutherland 1809-1812 and 1816-1826
24 Nov 1846 2 John Macpherson-Grant 3 Aug 1804 2 Dec 1850 46
2 Dec 1850 3 George Macpherson-Grant 12 Aug 1839 5 Dec 1907 68
MP for Elgin & Nairn 1879-1886
5 Dec 1907 4 John Macpherson-Grant 22 Mar 1863 25 Nov 1914 51
25 Nov 1914 5 George Macpherson-Grant 15 May 1890 12 Feb 1951 60
12 Feb 1951 6 Ewan George Macpherson-Grant 29 Sep 1907 12 Feb 1983 75
to     Extinct on his death                    
12 Feb 1983
MACREADY of Cheltenham,Gloucs
1 Mar 1923 UK 1 Cecil Frederick Nevil Macready 7 May 1862 9 Jan 1946 83
PC [I] 1920                                
9 Jan 1946 2 Gordon Nevil Macready         5 Apr 1891 17 Oct 1956 65
17 Oct 1956 3 Nevil John Wilfrid Macready 7 Sep 1921
MacROBERT of Douneside,Aberdeen
5 Apr 1922 UK 1 Alexander MacRobert                  21 May 1854 22 Jun 1922 68
22 Jun 1922 2 Alasdair Workman MacRobert 11 Jul 1912 1 Jun 1938 25
1 Jun 1938 3 Roderic Alan MacRobert         8 May 1915 22 May 1941 26
22 May 1941 4 Iain Workman MacRobert    19 Apr 1917 30 Jun 1941 24
to     Extinct on his death                    
30 Jun 1941 For further information on this baronetcy see 
the note at the foot of this page
McTAGGART of Ardwell,Wigtown
1841 UK 1 John McTaggart                         1789 13 Aug 1867 78
to     MP for Wigtown 1835-1857   
13 Aug 1867 Extinct on his death                    
MACTAGGART of King's Park,Glasgow
2 Feb 1938 UK 1 John Auld Mactaggart               30 Sep 1867 24 Nov 1956 89
24 Nov 1956 2 John Auld Mactaggart       27 Jun 1898 8 Apr 1960 61
8 Apr 1960 3 Ian Auld Mactaggart                19 Apr 1923 27 Jan 1987 63
27 Jan 1987 4 John Auld Mactaggart            21 Jan 1951
McTAGGART-STEWART
of Southwick,Kirkcudbright
7 Oct 1892 UK 1 Mark John McTaggart-Stewart 12 Oct 1834 26 Sep 1923 88
MP for Wigtown Burghs 1874-1880 and 1880
and Kirkcudbright 1885-1906 and 1910
26 Sep 1923 2 Edward Orde McTaggart-Stewart 31 Jan 1883 19 Oct 1948 65
to     Extinct on his death                    
19 Oct 1948
MADDEN of Kells,co.Kilkenny
7 Oct 1919 UK 1 Charles Edward Madden             5 Sep 1862 5 Jun 1935 72
Admiral of the Fleet 1924. OM 1931
5 Jun 1935 2 Charles Edward Madden              15 Jun 1906 23 Apr 2001 94
23 Apr 2001 3 Peter John Madden                10 Sep 1942 20 Nov 2006 64
20 Nov 2006 4 Charles Jonathan Madden                     11 Aug 1949
MADDOX of Wormley,Herts
11 Mar 1676 E 1 Benjamin Maddox                      c 1638 14 Dec 1716
to     Extinct on his death                    
14 Dec 1716
MADGE of St Margaret's Bay,Kent
26 May 1919 UK 1 William Thomas Madge         6 Oct 1845 29 Jan 1927 81
29 Jan 1927 2 Frank William Madge                 24 Mar 1897 26 May 1962 65
to     Extinct on his death                    
26 May 1962
MAGILL of Gill Hall,Devon
10 Nov 1680 I 1 John Magill                            by 1639 18 Jan 1700
to     Extinct on his death                    
18 Jan 1700
MAGNAY of Postford House,Surrey
8 Nov 1844 UK 1 William Magnay                             4 Mar 1797 3 Apr 1871 74
3 Apr 1871 2 William Magnay                          30 Nov 1855 8 Jun 1917 61
8 Jun 1917 3 Christopher Boyd William Magnay 27 Mar 1884 4 Sep 1960 76
to     Extinct on his death                    
4 Sep 1960
MAGNUS of Tangley Hill,Surrey
22 Jun 1917 UK 1 Philip Magnus                                      7 Oct 1842 29 Aug 1933 90
MP for London University 1906-1922
29 Aug 1933 2 Philip Magnus (Magnus-Allcroft from 1951) 8 Feb 1906 21 Dec 1988 82
21 Dec 1988 3 Laurence Henry Philip Magnus 24 Sep 1955
MAGRATH of Allevolan,Tipperary
5 Jun 1629 I 1 John Magrath                          c 1652
c 1652 2 Terence Magrath                           c 1660
c 1660 3 John Magrath                               c 1670
to     Presumably extinct on his death
c 1670
MAHON of Castlegar,co.Galway
14 Apr 1819 UK 1 Ross Mahon                                       1763 10 Aug 1835 72
MP for Ennis 1820                        
10 Aug 1835 2 Ross Mahon                                           18 Jul 1811 5 Apr 1842 30
5 Apr 1842 3 James Fitzgerald Mahon                 13 Jun 1812 11 Mar 1852 39
11 Mar 1852 4 William Vesey Ross Mahon           14 Jul 1813 14 Aug 1893 80
14 Aug 1893 5 William Henry Mahon                31 Dec 1856 13 Aug 1926 69
13 Aug 1926 6 George Edward John Mahon 22 Jun 1911 16 Dec 1987 76
16 Dec 1987 7 William Walter Mahon                4 Dec 1940
MAINWARING of Over Peover,Cheshire
22 Nov 1660 E 1 Thomas Mainwaring                   7 Apr 1623 28 Jun 1689 66
MP for Cheshire 1660-1661
28 Jun 1689 2 John Mainwaring                        8 May 1656 4 Nov 1702 46
MP for Cheshire 1689-1702
4 Nov 1702 3 Thomas Mainwaring                       7 Aug 1681 21 Sep 1726 45
21 Sep 1726 4 Henry Mainwaring                   7 Nov 1726 6 Apr 1797 70
to     Extinct on his death                    
6 Apr 1797
MAINWARING of Over Peover,Cheshire
26 May 1804 UK 1 Henry Mainwaring                    25 Apr 1782 11 Jan 1860 77
11 Jan 1860 2 Harry Mainwaring                          3 Nov 1804 23 Sep 1875 70
23 Sep 1875 3 Stapleton Thomas Mainwaring 6 Jan 1837 4 Aug 1878 41
4 Aug 1878 4 Phillip Tatton Mainwaring        11 Sep 1838 21 Feb 1906 67
21 Feb 1906 5 Harry Stapleton Mainwaring 25 Aug 1878 30 Dec 1934 56
to     Extinct on his death                    
30 Dec 1934
MAITLAND of Pitrichies,Aberdeen
12 Mar 1672 NS 1 Richard Maitland                          22 Feb 1677
22 Feb 1677 2 Richard Maitland                     c Sep 1679
c Sep 1679 3 Charles Maitland                     1700
1700 4 Charles Maitland                        c 1704
to     On his death the baronetcy became either
c 1704 dormant or extinct                
MAITLAND of Ravelrig
18 Nov 1680 NS 1 John Maitland                            c 1655 30 Aug 1710
He subsequently succeeded to the Earldom
of Lauderdale (qv) in 1695 with which
title the baronetcy remains merged
MAITLAND of Clifton Hall,Midlothian
30 Nov 1818 UK 1 Alexander Maitland                  14 Feb 1820
14 Feb 1820 2 Alexander Charles Maitland 21 Nov 1755 7 Feb 1848 92
7 Feb 1848 3 Alexander Charles Maitland (Ramsay-Gibson-
Maitland from 1856)              7 Jan 1820 16 May 1876 56
MP for Midlothian 1868-1874
16 May 1876 4 James Ramsay-Gibson-Maitland 29 Mar 1848 9 Nov 1897 49
9 Nov 1897 5 John Nisbet Maitland             26 Nov 1850 14 Dec 1936 86
14 Dec 1936 6 John Maitland                        25 Nov 1879 27 Nov 1949 70
27 Nov 1949 7 George Ramsay Maitland            20 Dec 1882 1 Nov 1960 77
1 Nov 1960 8 Alexander Keith Maitland     26 Oct 1920 18 Jul 1963 42
18 Jul 1963 9 Richard John Maitland             24 Nov 1952 14 Jan 1994 41
14 Jan 1994 10 Charles Alexander Maitland 3 Jun 1986
MAJOR of Worlingsworth,Suffolk
15 Jul 1765 GB See "Henniker"
MAKDOUGALL of Alderston,Peebles
22 Feb 1703 NS See "Hay"
MAKGILL of Cranston Riddle
19 Jul 1627 NS 1 James Makgill,later [1651] 1st Viscount Oxfuird 5 May 1663
5 May 1663 2 Robert Makgill,2nd Viscount Oxfuird 20 May 1651 8 Dec 1706 55
to     On his death the baronetcy became dormant
8 Dec 1706 For continuation of the descent of this
baronetcy see "Oxfuird,Viscount of" in
Peerage section                    
MAKINS of Oxford,Oxon
9 Jan 1903 UK 1 William Thomas Makins          16 Mar 1840 2 Feb 1906 65
MP for Essex South 1874-1885 and Walthamstow
1886-1892                           
2 Feb 1906 2 Paul Augustine Makins        8 Jun 1871 9 Sep 1939 68
9 Sep 1939 3 William Vivian Makins            19 Jan 1903 22 Apr 1969 66
22 Apr 1969 4 Paul Vivian Makins                         12 Nov 1913 17 Dec 1999 86
to     Extinct on his death                    
17 Dec 1999
MALCOLM of Balbedie and Innertiel,Fife
25 Jul 1665 NS 1 John Malcolm                       1646 30 Mar 1729 82
MP for Clackmannan & Kinross 1711-1713   
30 Mar 1729 2 John Malcolm                          4 May 1681 12 Aug 1753 72
12 Aug 1753 3 Michael Malcolm               5 May 1793
5 May 1793 4 James Malcolm                          25 Oct 1805
25 Oct 1805 5 John Malcolm                        1 Apr 1749 23 May 1816 67
23 May 1816 6 Michael Malcolm                     8 Oct 1828
8 Oct 1828 7 John Malcolm                      1 Apr 1828 24 Dec 1865 37
24 Dec 1865 8 James Malcolm                         11 Apr 1823 8 Jun 1901 78
8 Jun 1901 9 James William Malcolm       29 Mar 1862 30 Apr 1927 65
30 Apr 1927 10 Michael Albert James Malcolm 9 May 1898 10 Jan 1976 77
10 Jan 1976 11 David Peter Michael Malcolm 7 Jul 1919 30 Nov 1995 76
30 Nov 1995 12 James William Thomas Alexander Malcolm 15 May 1930 4 Sep 2012 82
4 Sep 2012 13 Alexander James Elton Malcolm 30 Aug 1956
 
Sir William Isaac Macartney, 4th baronet
Sir William appears to be have been a solitary eccentric, who lived in the Australian state of
Queensland. The following notice of his death appeared in the 'Canberra Times' on 6 May 
1942:-
 
'The death has occurred of Sir William Macartney, 75, at Mackay, and it removes a colourful
Central Queensland identity. He was the fourth baronet of the line, but shunned the use
of the title. He was a striking figure and the townspeople referred to him as Sir William,
but inland he was known as plain Bill.
 
He was widely read but was eccentric. On his rare visits to Mackay he generally wore old
clothes and carried a schoolboy's bag or a sugar bag over shoulders. He was educated at
Rockhampton Grammar School and took up surveying, joining the laboratory staff at the old
Habana sugar mill. He followed cane farming and was an expert on the origin of Aboriginal
names.'
 
Sir Godfrey Maculloch, 2nd baronet
Maculloch was convicted of shooting William Gordon of Cardines in the leg, causing a wound
from which Gordon eventually died. The Maculloch family's estates had been sold to the 
neighbouring Gordon family in 1629, but the Macullochs still claimed the lands around Cardoness
Castle and the dispute had now become a feud. Maculloch was sentenced to death for his 
action and was executed by beheading on 26 March 1697. The following transcription of his 
speech while on the scaffold appeared as broadside published on the day of his execution:-
'The Last Speech of Sir GODFREY M'CULLOCH of Myretoun, Knight and Baronet, who was
Beheaded at the Cross of Edinburgh, the Twenty Sixth day of March, 1697.
'I Am brought here Good People to give Satisfaction to Justice, for the Slaughter of William
Gordon designed of Cardines; And therefore I am obliged as a dying Man, to give a Faithfull and
True Account of that matter.
'I do declare in the Sight of GOD, I had no design against his Life, nor did I expect to see him,
when I came where the Accident happened; I came there contrair to my Inclination, being
pressed by these two Persons, who were the Principal Witnesses against me, (they declaring
he was not out of Bed) that I might relieve their Goods he had poinded [impounded]; I do
freely forgive them, and I Pray heartily GOD may forgive them, for bringing me to that place.
'When I was in England, I was of times urged by several Persons, who declared they had 
Commission from Castle-Stewart and his Lady, (now the Pursuers for my Blood) that I might
give up the Papers of these Lands of Cardines, wherupon they promised not only a piece of
Money, But also to concurr for procuring me a Remission: And I have been several times since
in the Countrie, where the Misfortune happened, and where they lived, But never troubled by 
any of them; Although now after they have got themselves secured in these Lands without
me, they have been very active in the Pursute, untill at last they have got me brought to this
place.
'I do acknowledge my Sentence is Just, and does not Repine; For albeit it was only a single
Wound in the Legg, by a shot of small Hail, which was neither intended, nor could be foreseen
to be deadly; Yet I do believe, That GOD in his Justice hath suffered me to fall in that miserable
Accident, for which I am now to suffer, because of my many other Great and Grievous 
unrepented for Sins; I do therefore heartily forgive my Judges, Accusers, Witnesses and all
Others who have now, or at any time injured me, as I wish to be Foregiven.
'I Recommend my Wife, and poor Children to the Protection of the Almighty GOD, who doth take
Care of, and Provides for the Widow and Fatherless; And Prayes, That GOD may Stirr up and
Enable their Friends and mine, to be Careful of them.
'I have been Branded as being a Roman Catholick, which I altogether disown, And Declare, as
the Words of a Dying Man, whom am instantly to make my Appearance before the Great 
Tribunal of the Great GOD, That I die in the True Catholick Reformed Protestant Religion, 
Renouncing all Righteoussness of my own, or any Others: Relying only upon the Merits of 
CHRIST JESUS, through whose Blood, I hope to be Saved, And whom I Trust, will not only be 
my Judge, But also Advocate with the Father for my Redemption.
'Now, Dear Spectators, As my Last Request, Again and Again, I earnestly Desire, and Begg, The
Assistance of Your Fervent Prayers, That, Although I stand here Condemned by Man, I may be
Absolved before the Tribunal of the Great GOD, That in place of this Scaffold I may enjoy a
Throne of Glory; That this Violent Death may bring me to a Life of Glorious Rest, Eternal in the
Heavens: And that in place of all these Spectators, I may be Accompanyed with an Innumerable
Company of Saints and Angels, Singing, Hallelujah to the Great KING to all Eternity.
'Now, O LORD, Remember me with that Love Thou bearest to Thy Own, O visite me with Thy
Salvation, that I may see the Good of Thy Chosen Ones, and may Glory in Thine Inheritance,
LORD JESUS Purge me from all my Sins, and from this of Blood Guiltiness, Wash me in Thy Own
Blood. Great are mine Iniquities, But Greater are the Mercies of GOD! O let me be amongst the
number of those for whom CHRIST dyed; Be Then my Advocate with the Father Into Thy hands
do I recommend my Spirit: Come, LORD JESUS Come, and receive my Soul, Amen.'
Sir William Gordon MacGregor, 4th baronet [1828]
The following is an extract from the 'Los Angeles Times' of 4 May 1903.
'Sir William Gordon MacGregor, whose lineage fills half a page of the Peerage, but who has been 
known best lately as "the poorhouse Baronet," has had a good many queer experiences in the
course of his chequered career, but his remarkable marriage this week must have struck him
as about the queerest of them all. The Baronet, who is 57, lost about six months ago, a 
pension which hitherto had been his only support. Having no relatives to come to his 
assistance, he soon afterward was received, like any other aged pauper, into the West Ham
Poorhouse. His presence there naturally attracted much attention and soon the titled 'inmate' 
was bombarded with letters from women in different sections of the country, all of whom were 
anxious to undertake his maintenance in exchange for the honor of being "Lady MacGregor."
'One of the most enterprising of these fair ones sent her sister to conduct negotiations with 
the Baronet in his melancholy retreat. Everything went swimmingly, and soon Sir William was 
able to announce to his fellow-inmates that he was about to be married to a lady of means, 
whom he had not yet seen, but who already had arranged - through her sister - for his removal
from the poorhouse to comfortable quarters in the fashionable part of the town, pending the 
tying of the matrimonial knot. A few days afterward came the news of the Baronet's departure 
from his uncongenial surroundings and [the] day before yesterday, that of his marriage, which
took place in the country. But, lo and behold, the lady whom Sir William had led to the altar - 
or rather to the registrar - was not she who had come forward with the offer of marriage but 
her energetic sister, who had been entrusted with the delicate negotiations therefor.
At the first blush, it seemed as if Sir William's fiancée's representative must have played her
false and cut her out of her "ladyship" by underhand means, but though the facts proved to be
otherwise, the situation is no less piquant. It seems that, just at the last moment, the bride-
elect was seized with certain scruples which to her mind put marriage out of the question, and
it had just begun to look as if Sir William would have to return to his pauper state when his
intended sister-in-law threw herself into the breach and declared that she, too, had some 
means and would marry the Baronet if he was "willin'." As he was, no time was lost.
'The lady who is now Lady MacGregor formerly was Miss Alice Gulliver, and she is 49. Both she
and her sister have lived for several years at Clifton in the household of a wealthy unmarried
woman, to whom Miss Gulliver, who first sought Sir William MacGregor's hand, is companion.
Soon after Sir William left the poorhouse, his present wife took him down to Clifton to see her
sister and "principal" and it was there that the latter's unexplained change of heart took place
and where the Baronet and Miss Alice Gulliver were married by the nearest registrar with such
witnesses as could be got hold of. One of them was the woman who kept the lodgings in
Clifton, where Sir William made his temporary quarters, another a man whom the Baronet had 
met casually the night before.
'Sir William Gordon MacGregor is the fourth Baronet of that name, having succeeded his father
in 1879. For many years he was an army tutor, but lived afterward on a pension which he
derived from his younger brother, Brig.-Gen. Charles Reginald MacGregor, who formerly had
command of all the troops in the Assam district of India. When the general died, however, Sir
William lost his pension, and then it was that he had to apply to the West Ham Board of
Guardians for "relief." '
The MacRobert baronets
The MacRobert baronetcy was conferred in April 1922 on Alexander MacRobert, millionaire
founder of the British India Corporation Limited. He married, as his second wife in 1911,
Rachael Workman, daughter of a Worcester, Massachusetts doctor, William Hunter Workman
(1847-1937), and his wife, Fanny Bullock Workman (1859-1925), both of whom achieved 
fame for their explorations in the Himalayas.
The marriage produced three sons - Alasdair, Roderic and Iain. When their father died in
June 1922, the oldest son, Alasdair, succeeded to the baronetcy. Sir Alasdair was killed, along
with two other men, on 1 June 1938, when the airplane in which they were travelling crashed
into a wheat field at Luton in England.
According to an obituary published in 'The Times' on 18 June 1938, "Sir Alasdair Workman 
MacRobert, who was chairman of the British India Corporation, the great industrial group built
up by his father, the late Sir Alexander MacRobert, combined something of his father's
organizing business ability and brilliant initiative with modern youth's desire and determination
to master the art of flight. During the last three years he did a great deal of practical flying
in his own aeroplane, in Europe, to and from India, and in that country, to obtain knowledge
of the possibilities of civil aviation. He was a most enthusiastic student of all the technical
side of aviation as well. As a novice he had the courage to enter in the race for the Viceroy's
Trophy and successfully flew and navigated the complete course round India. Although he 
had a comparatively slow machine, he finished close behind the leaders. In everything he did,
in all his plans and preparations, he was most thorough and painstaking. He was recognized
as an exceedingly expert pilot and a fine navigator. Always perfectly calm, reliable, and quite
fearless, yet never reckless, he believed flying could be as safe as driving a car if thorough
plans were made and every precaution taken. He never sought to be sensational or break
records; rather did he wish to make flying safe for the people.
"Like his father, 50 years before, he went to India, at about the same age, and saw 
opportunity waiting and struck out in his own line. He saw the need to develop civil aviation,
and formed the Indian Aviation Development Company in Bombay, of which he was chairman
and managing director. He planned great things for the future, and he was on the way to
inspect new aeroplanes for India when the accident in which he was killed occurred."
On the death of Sir Alasdair, the baronetcy passed to his next oldest brother, Sir Roderic
Alan MacRobert. He served in the Royal Air Force as a Flight Lieutenant in a fighter squadron
based in the Middle East before he was killed on active service in Iraq on 22 May 1941. On his
death the baronetcy passed to his younger brother, Sir Iain Workman MacRobert. He
possessed the title for little more than one month before he, too, died while flying in the 
Coastal Command squadron on 30 June 1941.
Lady MacRobert had therefore lost all three of her sons within a period of just over three 
years, all three deaths having occurred during the act of flying. In August 1941, Lady 
MacRobert donated £25,000 for the purchase of Stirling bomber to be named "MacRobert's
Reply." Later that same year, Lady MacRobert donated a further £25,000 to purchase four
Hawker Hurricane fighters. Lady MacRobert was the subject of two articles in 'Time' 
magazine in March 1942 and on her death in September 1954.
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