James Hamilton Lloyd-Anstruther - b.1806 - d.1882
James Hamilton Lloyd-Anstruther -- Georgiana Charlotte Burrel
Their son - Robert Hamilton Lloyd-Anstruther (b.1841 d.1914) m - 1871 Gertrude Louisa Georgiana FitzRoy (d.1927) - eldest daughter of Francis Horatio FitzRoy.
Their son - FitzRoy Hamilton Anstruther married (1898) Rachel Gough-Calthorpe, daughter of Sir Augustus Cholmondeley Gough-Calthorpe (b.1829 d. 1910) 6th Baron Calthorpe.
FitzRoy Hamilton Anstruther took the additional name of Gough-Calthorpe and was created a Baronet in 1929. He was suceeded by Brigadier Sir Richard Hamilton Anstruther Gough-Calthorpe (2nd Bt).
Sir Richard Hamilton Anstruther Gough-Calthorpe was born in 1908 and educated at Harrow School and Magdalene College, Cambridge; 2nd Lt., Royal Scots Greys, 1929; Lt., 1932; Adjutant, 1936-1939; served in Palestine 1936-1939; Capt., 1938; Staff Capt., 49 West Riding Div., York, 1939; served in Norway, 1940, and the Middle East, 1941-1942; Officer Commanding, Military Operations Section No 5, War Office, 1943-1944; Deputy Director of Military Operations, War Office, 1944-1947; Maj., 1946; honorary Brig, 1947; retired, 1947. He died in 1985.
Henry Calthorpe's Lordship was inherited by his three sons in succession; Frederick Gough (-1863), the fourth Baron, married Lady Charlotte Sophia Somerset, eldest daughter of the Duke of Beaufort. His two sons succeeded him: Frederick William Henry Gough (-1893) and Sir Augustus Cholmondeley Gough-Calthorpe (1829-1910) who became the 6th Baron Calthorpe. An agriculturist, educated at Eton and Merton College Oxford, he started at Elvetham a famous herd of shorthorn cattle, Southdown sheep and Berkshire pigs. He was a generous donor of land to Birmingham City (1894) and University (1900). On his death in 1910, the Lordship of the Manor of Edgbaston passed to Captain John Somerset Gough-Calthorpe and then to Augustus Cholmondeley Gough-Calthorpe's daughter Rachel.
She married FitzRoy Hamilton Anstruther in 1898, who took the additional name of Gough Calthorpe. The Gough-Calthorpe Baron title died out in June 1997 when the last Baron died without issue but the name lives on - as in, for example, Isabella Anstruther Gough-Calthorpe.