Charles Bruce, 5th Earl of Elgin
Charles Bruce, 5th Earl of Elgin and 9th Earl of Kincardine (6 July 1732 – 14 May 1771) was the son of William Bruce, 8th Earl of Kincardine. His mother was Janet Roberton, daughter of James Roberton (principal Lord of Session) and great-granddaughter of advocate and judge Lord Bedlay
- Lady Martha Bruce (b. 3 June 1760), died young
- Lady Janet Bruce (b. 2 July 1761), died young
- William Robert Bruce, Lord Bruce (b. 15 January 1763), died young
- William Robert Bruce, 6th Earl of Elgin (1764–1771)
- Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin (1766–1841)
- Hon. Charles Andrew Bruce (1768–1810), Governor of Prince of Wales's Island
- Hon. James Bruce (1769–1798), Member of Parliament
- Lady Charlotte Matilda Bruce (28 May 1771 – March 1816), married Admiral Philip Charles Durham
Elgin was Grand Master of Scottish Freemasons from 1761 to 1763 and a founding member of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews. He built the planned industrial village of Charlestown, Fife.
- Elgin, 1633 at cracroftspeerage.co.uk (Cracroft's Peerage online). Retrieved 23 October 2012
- John Birnie; William Barclay Turnbull (1838). Families of Broomhill. Edinburgh Printing Co. pp. 36–37. Retrieved 31 December 2010.
- "Archibald Roberton". thepeerage.com. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
- Chesher, Susan; Foster, Linda; Hogben, Laurence (1979). A Short History of the Villages: Charlestown, Limekilns and Pattiesmuir. Charlestown, Limekilns and Pattiesmuir Community Council.
The Earl of Leven
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The Earl of Kellie
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