About Charles Stuart, 6th Earl of Moray
Charles, sixth Earl of Moray, was created a Baronet in the lifetime of his father, 23 September 1681, with remainder to heirs-male of his body. He was served heir to his father 18 August 1730. He executed a deed of entail of the earldom in favour of his brother Francis and the heirs-male of his body 8 December 1730. He died at Donibristle 7 October 1735, aged seventy-six. He married his cousin Anne, daughter of Archibald, ninth Earl of Argyll, and widow of Richard, fourth Earl of Lauderdale. She died s.p. 18 September 1734, aged seventy-six.
SOURCE: The Scots peerage, Vol. VI, page 323