Thomas Maitland, 11th Earl of Lauderdale - Family


On 7 February 1828, Maitland married Amelia Young at Rio de Janeiro (whilst posted in South America) and they had four children:

  • Thomas Mordaunt (1838–1844)
  • Isabel Anne (d. 1854)
  • Lady Alice Charlotte Maitland (d. 1883)
  • Lady Mary Jane (1847–1918), married Reginald Brabazon, 12th Earl of Meath.

As his only son predeceased him, Maitland's titles and hereditary offices passed to his second cousin once removed, Charles Barclay-Maitland.

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