Earl of Cambridge: 16 June 1619: Hamilton: extinct 1651: also Marquess of Hamilton and Earl of Arran in Scotland; created Duke of Hamilton, Marquess of Clydesdale, and Earl of Arran and Cambridge in Scotland in 1643; also Earl of Lanark in Scotland from 1649 Earl of Holderness: 22 January 1621: Ramsay: extinct 1625 Earl of Berkshire: 28 June ...
The earliest surviving example is at the Hamilton palace of Kinneil, West Lothian, decorated in the 1550s for the then regent the James Hamilton, Earl of Arran. Other examples include the ceiling at Prestongrange House , undertaken in 1581 for Mark Kerr, Commendator of Newbattle , and the long gallery at Pinkie House , painted for Alexander Seaton , Earl of Dunfermline in 1621.
James Hamilton, 3rd Earl of Arran was confined here in April 1566 after four years in Edinburgh Castle, for an alleged plot against Mary, Queen of Scots.  Following her escape from Lochleven Castle in 1568, Mary, Queen of Scots, stayed here.
According to James Ayars, Genealogy coordinator of the Associated Clan MacLeod Society, "MacAuley is both a sept of Clan MacLeod and Clan Donald, and a clan in its own right", see Clan MacAulay. MacCabe, MacKabe. According to Black, McCabe as a branch of the MacLeods of Arran who immigrated to Ireland in the 14th century.
Portrait of Sir Edward Grey by James Guthrie, circa 1924–1930. During his university years Grey represented his college at football and was also an excellent tennis player being Oxford champion in 1883 (and winning the varsity competition the same year) and won the British championship in 1889, 1891, 1895, 1896 and 1898.