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Third Lord Ochiltree
(41) ANDREW, THIRD LORD OCHILTREE, son of Andrew, Master of Ochiltree, who died in his father´s lifetime. He ruined himself and resigned his Scotch estates and title to his cousin (see No.43). He received grants of land in Tyrone, Ireland, and was given a Peerage in Ireland, 1619-LORD CASTLE STEWART (I.) He died 1629, leaving three sons
a) Andrew, second Lord, father of-
I. Andrew, third Lord, died 1650.
II. Robert, died young.
III. Josias, fourth Lord, died without issue 1662.
b) John, fifth Lord.
c) Robert, from whom descended the sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth Lords. The last was created Viscount Castle Stewart in 1793, and EARL OF CASTLE STEWART (I.) 1800, and from him the present Earl descends.
Arms: of present Earl of Castle Stewart.-1 and 4. Gold, a fess per saltire red and ermine, between in chief a bull´s head couped and in base a galley black (Richardson). 2 and 3. Quarterly; first, Scotland; second, Stewart with red label of three points in chief 3. Lennox. 4. Fzft. These quarters within a bordure compony silver and blue. CRESTS: 1. A silver lion rampant holding a wreath of oak leaves fructed proper, and charged on the shoulder with a red cross formy (Richardson). 2. A silver unicorn´s head, horned gold (Stewart). SUPPORTERS: Two green dragons (Debrett has sanguine or blood colour). MOTTO: "Forward."