High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Colonel Sir Charles Stuart, KB (January 1753 25 May 1801) was a British nobleman and soldier. The fourth son of John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute and Mary Wortley Montagu, he was born in Kenwood House, London. He had several notable brothers and sisters, including John Stuart, 1st Marquess of Bute (1744 1814); The Most Rev. and Hon. William Stuart (1755 1822), a clergyman who became Archbishop of Armagh, and James Archibald Stuart (1747 1818), another soldier who raised the 92nd Regiment of Foot in 1779. His sisters were Lady Louisa Stuart (1757 1851), a writer who died unmarried, Lady Mary Stuart (c. 1741 1824), who married James Lowther, later the 1st Earl of Lonsdale; Lady Anne Stuart (born c. 1745), who married Lord Warkworth, later the 2nd Duke of Northumberland; Lady Jane Stuart (c. 1748 1828), who married George Macartney, later the first Earl Macartney; and Lady Caroline Stuart (before 1763 1813), who married The Hon. John Dawson, later first Earl of Portarlington.