About George Dundas, Lord Manor
"His younger brother, George Dundas, has died eight years before. He was called to the Scottish Bar in 1826 , and enjoyed considerable practice. In 1845 he became Sheriff of Selkirkshire, and in 1868 a judge of the Court in Session, with the title of Lord Manor, an honour which he enjoyed for only one year, as his death took place on the 7th of October 1869. Like his brother, he was a man of culture and literary tastes, gentle, hounourable and high-minded."
SOURCE: The Arniston memoirs: three centuries of a Scottish house, 1571-1838, ed. from the family papers by George W. T. Omond, page xxxiii