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ARMORIAL FAMILIES 



RMORIAL 
AMILIES 



A DIRECTORY OF GENTLEMEN 
OF COAT-ARMOUR 



COMPILED AND EDITED BY 



ARTHUR CHARLES FOX-DAVIES 



OF LINCOLN S INN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW 



" Nob lies sunt qui Arma gentthtia antecessorum 
suorum prof er re possunt ' 



SEVENTH EDITION 






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ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA 



BLACKIE. — The sons of Ven. Ernest Morell Blackie, 
Archdeacon of Stow, and Caroline Sophie Campbell 
Stewart, should be described as — " (i) John Ernest Hal- 
dane Blackie, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb.), Asst.-Master 
Bradfield College, b. 1904 ; (2) Christopher James Morell 
Blackie, Gentleman, b. 1908." 

BRIDGES. — The entry which appears in the body of 
the work for Mr. Herbert Charles Blackett Bridges should 
be amended as follows : His father should be described 
as — " Lieut.-Col. William Bridges, 59th Regt. of Foot 
(East Lancashire), of Heatherdene House, Highfield, 
Southampton, and Court House, Overton, Hants., b. 
1 82 1 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1873, Ellen, d. of Rev. Thomas Floud, 
M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Overton." Mr. Bridges' resi- 
dence should read — " Hill Brow, Mount Ephraim, Tun- 
bridge Wells." 

BRIGG of Keighley. — The entry which appears in 
the body of the work should be amended as follows : 
The sons of the late Thomas Brigg and Helen Amelia 
Haggas, should be described as — " John Haggas Brigg, 
Gentleman, b. 1891 ; w. 1919, Doris Evelyn, d. of Sir 
Prince Prince-Smith, Bart, and has issue — 3 daus. Res. — 
Southburn Cote, Southburn, Driffield, Yorks. 

Denis Anderton Brigg, Gentleman, M.D., b. 1901. 
Res.— " 

CINNAMOND. — The entry which appears in the body 
of the work should be amended as follows : Mr. James 
Cinnamond's father should be described as — " Thomas 
Cinnamond, Gentleman, Solicitor, of Almeida House, 
Belfast, b. 1830 ; d. 1880 ; m. 1853, Margaret Tierney 
Morrison, of Monaghan." 

CLACK. — Major Thomas Stanley Clack, T.D., R.A., 
elder son of Thomas Augustus Stable Clack, F.R.G.S., 
married 1929, Margery Gladys, second daughter of Capt. 
Ralph Fremlin, late Hodson's Horse, Indian Army, of 
Maidstone, Kent, and Buskhall Park, Mudigere, Mysore 



(q.v.) and impales the arms of Fremlin, namely — Gules, a 
chevron between three esquires' helmets each with one 
plume argent. 

CLARKE. — The entry which appears in the body of 
the work for the sons of the late Thomas Clarke of Aller- 
ton Hall, Lanes., and Elizabeth Ruddell, should be 
amended as follows : The arms should read — " Quarterly 
of ten, 1, gules, three swords erect in pale points upwards 
argent (Woodchurch) ; 2, paly wavy of six ermine and 
sable (Clarke), etc." 

EBBLE WHITE.— Mr. Ernest Arthur Ebblewhite is 
now LL.D. {honoris causa) of Sheffield University, chair- 
man of Highgate Petty Sessions, Past Master of the 
Worshipful Company of Ironmongers, Commander of 
the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, and has received 
a bar to his Order of Mercy. 

FRANKLIN.— Dr. Charles Aubrey Hamilton Franklin, 
married 18 July, i929,Erica Milly, eldest daughter of Felix 
Dickeson Bolton, of Haimer House, Bickley Park, Kent 
(q.v.), grandson of late Sir Richard Dickeson, Kt., J. P., of 
Dover, co. Kent, and impales the arms of Bolton, 
namely — Quarterly, 1 and 4, Bolton ; 2 and 3, Dickeson. 
He now resides at Kerri, Pines Road, Bickley, Kent. 

Mr. Charles Peter Damian Franklin, of Wakefield, co. 
Yorks., married 1928, Olive, daughter of Robert Row- 
and, A.M. I.C. E., of Sandal, Wakefield, and has issue — 
David Cyril Franklin, Gentleman, born 1929. 

GRANT. — Mr. Francis James Grant was appointed 
Lyon King of Arms, 1929, and now impales his family- 
arms with the official coat of Lyon King of Arms. 

THRUSTON.— Mr. Edmund Heathcote Thruston is 
not entitled to the arms quoted for him in the body of 
work, or to any other arms, and the Editor deeply regrets 
that the entry was included. 



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I'ANSON. Quarterly, azure and gules, a cross flory, 
in the first and fourth quarters an annulet or, a chief 




in lente.d of the last, a crescent for difference. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest— Upon a w.eath cf the colours, a 
cubit arm habited per pale indented azure and or, en- 
circled by an annulet of the last, the hand proper holding 
a cross as in the arms. Motto—" Faire mon devoire." 

Second and only surviving son of William Andrew 
I* Anson, M.R.C.S. and L.S.A. (Lond.), by his wife 
Ann, dau. of William Armstrong of Child's House, 
Morpeth, in theco. of Northumberland, and the grand- 
daughter of James Grant, Corriemony, in the co. of 
Inverness, a cadet of Grant of that ilk: — 
William Andrew I' Anson, Gentleman, b. 1848. Estate — 
Denton, in the co. of Northumberland. 

Sons of the late Thomas I'Anson, M.R.C.S. Lond., 
by his wife Elizabeth Young, dau. of George Young 
of Boldin House, co. Durham : — 
William Andrew I'Anson, Esq., J. P. Yorks. , b. 1867. 
Res. — Highfield, Norton, Malton, Yorks. 

Thomas Charles I'Anson, Gentleman, b. 1869. 



IDDESLEIGH, Earl of, see NORTHCOTE. 



ILBERT (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, two chev- 
ronels engrailed vert between three roses gules, barbed and 
seeded proper (Ilbert) ; 2 and 3, argent, a lion rampant per 
fesse gules and vert between seven pheons azure (Roope) ; 
Mantling vert and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the 
colours, a cock pheasant argent, combed and wattled 
gules, holding in the beak a red rose slipped proper, and 
standing on a mount vert. Motto — "Nulla rosa sine 
spinis." 

Son of Rev. Peregrine Arthur Ilbert, Rector of Thurle- 
stone, Devon, b. 1810; d. 1894; m. 1840, Rose Anne 
{d. 1 911), eld. d. of George Welsh Owen of Lowman 
Green, Tiverton, Devon: — 

The late Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, G.C.B. (191 1), 
K.C.S.I. (1895), CLE. (1882), M.A. Oxford, Clerk of the 
House of Commons, b. 1841 ; m. 1874, Jessie, d. of the late 
Rev. Charles Bradley; and d. 1924, leaving issue— Lettice 
[m. 1899, Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher, Vice-Chancellor of 
Sheffield Univ., late Fell, and Tut. of New Coll., Oxford] ; 
Olive [m. 1912, Michael Heseltine, M.A. Oxon.] ; Jessie 
Helen [m. 1904, George Young, M.V.O., late Diplomatic 
Service, eld. son of Sir George Young, Bart., and has 
issue]; Margaret Peregrine \m. 1907, Arthur William 
Stewart Cochrane, M.V.O. , Norroy King of Arms, formerly 
Rouge Croix Pursuivant at Arms, son of Rev. David 
C.Cochrane]; and Joyce Violet. Seat — Troutwells, Penn, 
Bucks. 

ILBERT (R.L., H. Coll.). Or, two chevronels engrailed 
vert between three roses gules, seeded and barbed proper. 
Mantling vert and or. Crest — -Upon a wreath of the 
colours, a cock pheasant argent, combed and wattled 
gules, holding in the beak a red rose slipped proper and 
standing on a mount vert. Motto — " Nulla rosa sine 
spinis." 

Eld. surv. son of Rt. Rev. Alfred Earle, D.D., 

Bishop of Marlborough, b. 1827 ; d. 19 18 ; m. 1866, 

Frances Anne {d. 1911), eld. d. of William Roope 

Ilbert, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Bowringsleigh, and 

Horswell House, Devon : — 

Francis Alfred Ilbert (formerly Earle), Esq., J. P. Devon. 

Lt.-Col. late R. Warwick Regt.,b. 1869 ; assumed by R.L, 

the surname and arms of Ilbert ; m. 1898, Margaret 

Henrietta Nugent, d. of the late Henry Hyde Nugent 

Bankes, of Wraysbury, Bucks., and has issue— Timothy 

Earle Ilbert, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; and Margery Frances 

Earle. Seat — Bowringsleigh, Kingsbridge, Devon. Club 

— Army and Navy. 

ILCHESTER, Earl of, see FOX-STRANGWAYS. 

ILLINGWORTH (H. Coll.). Argent, on a fesse 
flory counter flory gules, between three escallops sable, 
as many roses of the field, barbed and seeded proper, 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of 
the colours, upon a crescent argent, a cock proper. 
Supporters — On either side a cock sable, combed, 
wattled and winged gules, gorged with a collar or, 
pendent therefrom an escutcheon gold, charged with a 
fleur-de-lys sable. Badge — A wild rose argent, slipped 
and leaved proper, entiled with a Baron's coronet or. 
Motto — " Illingworth remembers." 

Second son of Henrv Illingworth, of Ladye 

Royd Hall, Bradford, b. 1829; d. 1895 ; m. i860, 

Mary (d. 1908), d. of Sir Isaac Holden, Bart. : — 

Rt. Hon. Albert Holden Illingworth, P.C., Baron 

Illingworth, of Denton (4 June 1921), J. P. Bradford, 

6. 1865. Res. — 44 Grosvenor Square, W.i. Clubs 

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ILLINGWORTH (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse ermines, 
charged with a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, 
between two pallets or, in chief two escallops and in base 
a fleur-de-lys sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath argent and sable, within a crescent argent, a 
cock sable, armed, wattled and wings elevated and 
addorsed gules. Motto — " Illingworth remembers." 

Son of : — 

Walter Illingworth, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

The Woodlands, Blackburn, Lanes. 

Son of John Thomas Illingworth, Gentleman, of 

Kendal : — 
James Romney Illingworth, Capt. 2nd Vol. Batt. The 
Border Regt., b. . Res. — West Bank, Kendal, 

Westmorland. 



IM THURN (H. Coll., 1905). Azure, a lion's head 
erased or, langued gules, in the dexter chief point a tower 
of the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a 
wreath of the colours, a lion's head as in the arms, holding 
in the mouth a sprig of edelweiss proper. Motto — " In 
turre securitas." 

Son of John Conrad im Thurn, Gentleman, of 5 Coll- 

ingham Gardens, S.W. , b. 1846; d. 1921 ; m. 1875, 

Sarah Maria, d. of John KnowlesofStainforth, Yorks. : — 

Capt. John Knowles im Thurn, C.M.G., C.B.E., R.N., 

Comdr. of Signal School, Portsmouth, since 1925 ; served 

Great War 1914-19, b. 1881 ; m. 1916, Margaret Elizabeth, 

d. of the late John Fleming, C.S.I. , of Tower House, 

Bromley. Res. — 9 Hereford Square, W.7 ; 12 East Street, 

Fareham, Hants. Club — Army and Navy. 

Son of John Conrad im Thurn of Firsleigh, Torquay, 
b ; d. ; m. : — 
Sir Everard Ferdinand im Thurn, K.C.M.G. (1905), 
K.B.E. (1918), C.B. (Civ.) (1900), M.A. (Oxon.), Lt.-Gov. 
of Ceylon 1901-4 ; Gov. of Fiji and High Commissioner 
for Western Pacific, and Consul-Gen. for Western Pacific 
Islands 1904-10, b. 1852; m. 1895, Hannah Cassels, d. of 
Professor James Lorimer, LL.D. Res.— Cockenzie House, 
Prestonpans. Club — Athenaeum. 



IMAGE (H. Coll.). Azure, on a cross flory or, five 
guttees-de-sang, on a canton of the second, a lozenge of the 
field. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a boar's head erased quarterly ermine and azure, 




John George Image, Esq., formerly Capt. 21st Scots 
Fusiliers, b. 1835 ; m. 1857, Charlotte, d. of the Rev. 
Richard Johnson, Rector of Lavenham, Suffolk, and d. 
1870, leaving two sons and two daus. 

Francis Edward Image, M.A., M.B. (Cantab.), b. 1843 ; 
m. 1871, Rosetta, d. of Rev. William Wallace, Rector of 
Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, and has four daus. 



IMBERT-TERRY of Strete Ralegh (H. Coll.). Azure, 
fourteen guttes-d'or, three, four, three and four, on a chief 
of the last a bull's head caboshed between two mullets of 
the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — Issuant from 
the coronet of a French Seigneur, an eagle rising proper, 
crowned with an Eastern crown or. Motto — " Ubique 
fecundat imber." Livery — Blue, with yellow collar. 

Sons of Henry Imbert-Terry, Gentleman, of Le 
Barbin, Viellevigne, Loire Inferieure, and 17 Chester 
Terrace, b. 1800 ; d. 1884 ; m. i842,Susanne (d. 1883), 
d. of John Henry Machu, of Norwood : — 
Frederick William Imbert-Terry, Gentleman, b. 1843 ; 
m. 1872, Louisa Sophia, d. of William Page, of 23 Man- 
chester Square ; and has issue — Alexander Frederick 
Aime Imbert-Terry, Capt. 7th Hussars, b. 1874 [m. 1903, 
Agatha, d. of Rev. Charles Hardy, Rector of Canewdon, 
Essex] ; Olive Clotilde Bouhier [m. 1909, Lieut.-Col. 
Josselyn Ramsden, C.M.G., D.S.O. ; and has issue] 
Res. — Aston House, Aston, Herts. 

Sir Henry Machu Imbert-Terry, 1st Bart., of Strete 
Ralegh (2 July 1917), J. P., D.L. Devon, Knt. of Grace of 
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 
1854 ; m. 1883, Lydia Moore (d. 1918), d. of Charles 
Duncan Roberts, of Tunbridge Wells ; and has issue — 
(1) Henry Bouhier Imbert-Terry, Esq., D.S.O. , M.C., 
Maj. R.A., b. 1885 [m. 1910, Mildred Dorothy, d. of 
Brig.-Gen. Edward Flint, R.A. ; and has issue — Edward 
Henry Bouhier Imbert-Terry, Esq., b. 1920 ; Rosamund 
Mildred Clotilde ; Antoinette Lydia ; Marie Jocqueline 
(Clubs — Carlton, Cavalry)] ; (2) Frederick Bouhier Imbert- 
Terry, Esq., M.C., Capt. (ret.) Devon Regt., b. 1887 [m. 
1917, Lillian Frederica, d. of Sir Alfred Hickman, Bart. 
(Res. — Blue Hayes, Broadclyst, Devon. Clubs — Boodle's, 
Carlton, Ranelagh)]. Seat — Strete Ralegh, Whimple, 
Devon. Town res. — 73 St. James's St., S.W. Clubs 
— Carlton, Junior Carlton, Devon and Exeter. 

Son of Claude Alexander Imbert-Terry, Gentleman 
(3rd son of Henry Imbert-Terry), b. 1857 ; d. 1889 
m. 1879, Sarah (d. 1926), d. of James Tyrrel, of 
Hadley, Essex : — 
Claude Henry Maxwell Imbert-Terry, D.S.O., Lieut.- 
Col. Devon Regt., b. 1880; m. 192 1, Ethel Mary, d. of 
William Henry Monckton, late of Manor House, South- 
well, Notts. Club — Naval and Military. 



IMLAY (L.O.). Or, a lion rampant gules, armed and 
langued azure, holding in his dexter paw a sword erect in 
pale proper, on a chief argent a cross of the second chaged 
with a terrestrial sphere proper. Mantling gules, doubled 
or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand, 
holding a six-pointed star argent. Motto — " Fide et 
armis." Livery — Brown, with blue facings. 

Eld. son of Alexander William Imlay, M,D. , of 

Sydney, N.S.W., b. 1843; d. 1888; m. 1880, Emma 

Carberry, d. of John Woodland, Esq. , J. P., of Victoria, 

Australia: — 

Alexander Peter Imlay, Esq., D.S.O., Capt. TheG<rdon 

Highlanders, J. P. Queensland, b. 1885; m. 1909, Edyth, 

only d. of the late Henry Murray, Esq. , J. P. , of The Grove, 

St. Peter's N.S. W. ; and has issue — Alexander Alastair 

Imlay, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Jean Elspeth ; Joan Bessie; 

and Joyce Margaret. Res. — Hilton House, Woodside, 

Aberdeenshire. 



gorged with a collar or, charged with three lozenges azure, 
holding in the mouth a cross crosslet fitchee gules. 

Sons of William Edmund Image, Esq., J. P. and D.L., 

High Sheriff 1887, b. 1807 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1st, Desiree 

Catherine D'Enville: — 

The late Rev. William Thomas Image, M.A. , Vicar of 

Wickham Market, Suffolk, b. 1831 ; m. 1858, Laura 

Fitzgerald, d. of Capt. Dyson, and d. 1890, leaving two 

sons and one dau. 



IMPEY-LOVIBOND. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a boar's 
head erect and couped within an orle gules, the whole 
between three torteaux (for Lovibond) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a 
chevron between three leopards' faces or, as many pallets 
sable, each charged with a crescent of the second, on a 
chief ermine, a sword fesseways proper, pommel and 
hilt gold (for Impey). Mantling gules and argent. 
Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper, 
a boar's head erect and couped gules, within a chain in arch 
or (for Lovibond) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a 
leopard's face or, in front of a sword in pale point down- 



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wards proper, pommel and hilt or, between two wings sable 
(for Impey). Motto—" Leges jura que servo." 




Son of Col. Archibald Impey-Lovibond, J.P. andD.L. 
for Essex, Col. Royal (late Bengal) Engineers, b. 1823 ; 
d - ; m. 1st, 1846, Harriot, dau. of Baldwin 

Duppa Duppa of Hollingbourne, Kent ; 2nd, 
1854, Clara, dau. of F. Hanks of Illinois (and grand- 
dau. of the late Morris Birkbeck of Wanborough, 
Surrey) : — 
Archibald Edmund Impey-Lovibond, Gentleman, late 

Lieut. 4th Batt. Essex Regt., b. 1861. Estates— Hatfield 

Peverel, and Sandon, Essex. 

INCE, see WHITTINGTON-INCE. 

INCE (H. Coll., 26 April 1886). Argent, three torteaux 
bendwise between two fleurs-de-lys gules. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a horse 




argent, holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped vert, 
resting the dexter fore-leg on a caduceus erect proper. 



Motto — " Lahore et scientia." Livery — Dark blue, with 

gilt buttons. 

Only surv. son of John Ince, Esq., M.D., M.R.C.S., 
L.S.A., Surg.-Maj. Indian Army, b. 1830 ; d. 
m. 1871, Kate Montgomerie Davenport, only d. of 
Frederick Montgomerie Davenport Davidson : — 
John Samuel Ince, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. — 

INCHCAPE, Viscount, see MACKAY. 

INCHIQUIN, Baron of, see O'BRIEN. 

INDERWICK (H. Coll.). Azure, on a fesse invected 
argent, between three thistles leaved and slipped proper, 
a stag trippant of the last between two bugle-horns 
stringed sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon 
a wreath of the colours, ademi-man affronted proper, habited, 
cap adorned with a feather vert, collar and cuffs argent, belt 
and girdle proper, holding in the dexter hand a heart gules, 
and resting the sinister hand upon a knife point downwards 
also proper. Motto — " Sapienter et sincere." 

Son of F. A. Inderwick, Esq., Barrister-at-Law and a 

Bencher of the Inner Temple, Q. C. , J.P. and D.L. co. 

Sussex, F.S.A. , Mayor of Winchelsea 1892-93 and 

1896-97, M.P. for Rye 1880 85, b. 1836; d. 1904; m. 

1859, Frances M. , d. of John Wilkinson of the 

Exchequer and Audit Office : — 

Walter Andrew Inderwick, Esq., Senior Registrar 

Probate Registry since 1923, Barrister-at-Law Inner 

Temple), b. 1870 ; m. 1899, Constance Margaret, d. of the 

late Rev. John Monkhouse, of Oakley ; and has issue — 

1 son. Res. — Woodlands, Crofton, Orpington, Kent, 

ING (H. Coll.). Per fesse wavy vert and argent, tn 
chief two escallops or,and in base as many bars wavy azure. 
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of two dragons' wings displayed gules, an 
escallop as in the arms. 

Eldest son of George Ing, Gentleman, of Crockham 

Hall, Kent :— 
George Harold Abseiling, Esq.,C.M.G., D.S.O., Lieut.- 
Col. Res. of Officers, late Dragoon Gds., Lt.-Col. comdg. 
N. Somerset Yeo., b. 1880. Res. — Keyham, Henstridge, 
Somerset. Clubs — Carlton, Cavalry. 

INGE (H. Coll., 1641). Or, on a chevron vert, three 
leopards' faces cf the field. Mantling vert and or. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, two halberds saltirewise, 
encircled by a ducal coronet. Motto — " Ubi amor ibi 
fides." 

Eldest son of Rev. William Inge, D.D., Provost of 

Worcester College, Oxford, and of Benn Hill, Leics., 

b. 1829 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1859, Susanna Mary, d. of Ven. 

Edward Churton, Crayke Rectory, Yorks. : — 

Very Rev. William Ralph Inge, C.V.O. (1918), D.D. , 

Litt.D., LL.D., F.B.A. (1921), Dean of St. Paul's, b. i860; 

m. 1905, Mary Catharine, d. of Ven. H. M. Spooner, 

Archdeacon of Maidstone, and Canon of Canterbury, and 

has issue — William Crauford Inge, Gentleman, b. 1906; 

Edward Ralph Churton Inge, Gentleman, £. 1907 ; Richard 

Wycliffe Spooner Inge, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Catharine 

Mary. Res. — The Deanery, St. Paul's, E.C. Club — 

United University. 

INGHAM. Per pale or and vert, on a cross moline 
gules, a mascle of the first, in chief two fleurs-de-lys, each 
within a mascle counterchanged. Mantling vert and or. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, issuant from a cloud in 
the sinister, an arm embowed in armour, entwined by a 
serpent proper charged with two mascles or, grasping a 
sword also proper. 

Eld. son of His Honour Judge Robert Wood Ingham, 

J. P., D.L., Barrister-at-Law, County Court Judge, 

b. 1846 ; d. 1928 ; tn. 1876, his cousin Mary Elizabeth, 

d. of Rev. J. D. Penrose of Woodhill, co. Cork: — 

James Geoffrey Penrose Ingham, Esq., Capt. (ret.) R.N., 

b. 1879 ; m. 1913, Zelda Raney, d. of late Walter Francis 

Dalrymple; and has surv. issue — Neville Robert Penrose 

Ingham, Gentleman, b. 1919; and Ellinor Mary. Seat— 

Sugwas Court, Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford. 

Son of Robert John Fitzgerald Ingham, Esq., D.S.O., 
Lt.-Col. R. A. (2nd son of Judge Robert Wood Ingham, 
see above), b. 1880: killed in action 1917 ; m. 1911, 
Ella Prendergast, d. of Col. Charles Prideaux Trisc tt, 
C.B.,C.M.G.. D.S.O. :— 



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John Oliver Ingham, Gentleman, b. 1912. 
Yngr. sons of Judge Robert Wood Ingham (see 
above) : — 

Rev. Wilfred Rawdon Ingham, Vicar of Middlewick, 
Cheshire, b. 1887. 

Lancelot Gordon Ingham, Esq., Comdr. R.N. , b. 1889; 
m, 1916, Helen Mary, d. of Col. Francis Edward Cooper, 
of Markree Castle, Sligo, and has issue — Robert Cooper 
Ingham, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; and Patricia Alice Mary. 
Res. — -Middlewick Vicarage, Cheshire. 

INGLESBY (H. Coll.). Per fesse gules and azure, a 
fesse embattled between in chief two hand-grenades or, 
and in base an oak-tree fructed proper. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a horse 




forcene or, holding in the mouth a sprig of oak fructed 

proper, and resting the sinister forefoot on an escutcheon 

azure, charged with a hand-grenade as in the arms. 

Motto — " Vincit qui patitur." Livery — Dark blue, gold 

facings. 

Son of Major Thomas James Campbell Inglesby 
b. 1832; d. 1889; tn. 1856, Mary Anne, d. of John 
Bell :— 
Thomas John James Inglesby, Esq., Col. late Prince 

Alfred's Own Cape Field Artillery, V.D., b. 1859; m. 

1886, Florence, d. of Major Philip John Stigant ; and 

has issue — (1) Percy Inglesby, Gentleman, b. 1898; May; 

Maud; and Beatrice. Res. — Haslemere, Seapoint, nr. 

Cape Town, South Africa. Club — Civil Service (Cape 

Town). 

INGILBY (H. Coll., July 1834). Sable, an estoile 
argent, within a bordure engrailed gobony or and gules. 
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a boar's head couped and erect argent, tusked or, 
in the mouth an estoile of the last. Motto— " Mon droit." 
Livery— Black, white facings, silver buttons. 

Sons of Sir William Ingilby, 3rd Bart., J. P. for W.R. 

Yorks. , Lieut. Bengal Artillery, b. 1829; d. 1918 ; m. 

1874, Eleanor Isabella, d. of Henry Macdowall of 

Garthland, co. Renfrew :— 



Sir William Henry Ingilby, 4th Bart., cf Ripley (26 July 
1866), Major and Bt. Lt.-Col. late Scots Guards, J. P. and 
D.L. W.R. Yorks., b. 1874 (twin) ; m. 1906, Hon. Alberta 
Diana, d. of Baron Swansea ; and has issue — Joslan William 
Vivian Ingilby, Esq., b. 1907. Seats— Ripley Castle, 
Yorks. ; North Deighton Manor, Wetherby , Yorks. Clubs — 
Guards', Wellington, Yorks. (York). 

John Uchtred Macdowall Ingilby, Esq., O.B.E., 
Lt.-Col. late Gordon Highlanders, J. P. W. R. Yorks., 
b. i874(twin); m. 1904, Marjorie Cecily, d. of William Robert 
Phelips of Montacute ; and has issue — Cecily Eleanor ; 
and Jean Alicia. Res. — North Deighton Manor, Wetherby. 
Clubs— Wellington, Yorks. 

INGILBY late of Lawkland Hall (Vn. Yorks. 1565-6, H. 

Coll.). Sable, an estoile of six points argent, a canton or. 

Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of 

the colours, a boar's head erect couped argent, tusked or. 

Motto — " Mon droit." 

Son of Christopher Ingilby, Esq., of Lawkland Hall, 
J. P., b. 1824; d. 1889; m. 1849, Anne (d. 1891), d. of 
Thomas Watters of Kendal, co. Westmorland: — 
Rev. Arthur Ingilby, J. P. West Riding, B.A. (Camb.), 

late Rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, Oban, b. 1852 ; 

m. 1880, Constance Alice Ynyr (d. 1921), eld. d. of Rev. 

Edward Cadogan, Rector of Wicken, co. Northampton ; 

and has issue — -Alice Ynyr Christabel. Res. — Harden, 

Anstwick, Yorks. 

GEORGE INGLE, Gentleman. Armorial bearings- 
Sable, three pallets engrailed ermine, each charged with a 
sword erect, pommel and hilt or. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
cubit arm in bend proper, charged with an acorn leaved 
and slipped vert, the hand grasping a sword in bend sinister 
of the first, pommel and hilt or, the trunk of a tree fesse- 
wise, eradicated, and sprouting to the dexter also proper. 
Motto — " Disce pati." Seat — Eaton Socon, co. Bedford. 

INGLIS of Auchindinny and Redhall (Matric. L.O. , 
14 Dec. 1906). Azure, a lion rampant argent, armed and 
langued gules, within an orle of eight mullets of the second. 
Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of 




his liveries, an estoile environed with clouds all proper. 
Motto — " In tenebris lucidior." 

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d. 1897; m. 1st, 1872, Florence, d. of John Frederick 

Feeney of Edgbaston : — 
John Alexander Inglis, Esq,, K.C., Scottish Bar, J. P. 
Midlothian, M.A. (Oxon.) LL.B. (Edin.), King's and Lord 
Treasurer's Remembranc :r in Scotland since 1926, Brigadier 
in the Royal Company of Archers, b. 1873; m. 1903, 
Margaret Isabella, d. of William Stuart Fraser, W.S. ; and 
has issue — John Charles Fraser Inglis, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; 
Margaret Annabel ; and Katharine Harriet. Seats — 
Auchindinny House, Penicuik, N.B. ; Redhall, Slateford, 
N.B. Res. — 13 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh. Clubs— 
Oxford and Cambridge, New (Edinburgh). 

ANTHONY INGLIS, Esq.,J.P. Armorial bearings 

(L.O., 1873)— Azure, a lion rampant argent, on a chief or 
three arrows banded| together points downwards between 
two mullets gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent, 
armed and langued gules, holding in his dexter paw a 
mullet also gules. Motto — " Recte faciendo securus." 

WILLIAM RAYMOND INGLIS, Esquire, Col. late 
Norfolk Regt. and Connaught Rangers. Born 1862, being 
the son of William Inglis, C. B. , Lieut. -Gen. in the Army 
(Hon. Gen.), formerly of 57th and 9th Regts. , J.P. and D.L. 
co. Cambridge, by his wife Mary, dau. of Hector William 
Bower Monro of Edmondsham, Dorset. Armorial bear- 
ings (L.O., 1815) — Azure, a lion rampant within a bordure 
argent, on a chief or, three mullets of the first, on a 
canton gules, the Peninsular gold cross and riband proper. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-lion rampant argent. Motto — " Nobilis 
est ira leonis." Livery — Blue, white facings, silver buttons. 
Married, 1886, Ethel Henriana, only dau. of Major-Gen. 
T. F. Dixon, late 39th Regt. ; and has had Issue— (1) 
Alexander Raymond Inglis, Gentleman, b. 1887; d. 1912; 
(2) Thomas Archibald Inglis, Gentleman, b. 1890; Ethel 
Mary [m. 1908, Ronald Frederick Williams] ; and Irene 
Margaret. Seat— The Lee, co. Essex. Res.— Druimuan, 
Killiecrankie, co. Perth. Club— Army and Navy. 

INGRAM (H. Coll., 1893). Quarterly, argent and or, 
gutt6e-de-poix, on afesseinvected gules four escallops of the 
second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, upon a rock proper, issuant from a wreath 
of cinquefoils or, a griffin's head erased quarterly gules 
and argent, charged on the neck with an escallop 
counterchanged. 

Sons of Sir William James Ingram, 1st Bart., J.P, 

Surrey, M.P. Boston 1874-80, 1885-6, and 1892-5. 

B. A. (Camb. ), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1847; d. 1924; 

in. 1874, Mary Eliza Collingwood, d. of late Hon. 

Edward Stirling, M.L.A. , of Adelaide, S. Australia: — 
Sir Herbert Ingram, 2nd Bart. (9 Aug. 1893), late Capt. 
R. E. Kent Yeo., Lt.-Comdr. R.N.V.R., and Maj. R.A.F., 
B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1875; m. 1908, Hilda Vivian, d. of late 
Col. Carson Lake of New York, U.S.A. ; and has surv. 
issue — Herbert Ingram, Esq., b. 1912 ; Michael Warren 
Ingram, Esq., b. 1917. Res. — Driffield Manor, Cirencester. 
Club— Bath. 

Bruce Stirling Ingram, Esq., O.B.E. (mil.), M.C., temp. 
Capt. R.G.A., late Lieut. R. E. Kent Yeo. , B.A. (Oxon. ), b. 
1877 ; m. 1904, Amy, d. of John Foy ; and has issue — 
David Martin Bruce Ingram, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Averil 
Stirling. Res. — 65 Cromwell Road, S.W. 

Collingwood Ingram, Esq., late Capt. R.A.F., b. 1880 ; 
m. 1906, Florence Maude, only child of Henry R. Laing ; 
and has issue — Ivor Laing Ingram, Gentleman, b. 1907; 
Mervyn Jeffrey Ingram, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; William 
Alastair Ingram, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; and Certhia Mary. 
Res. — The Grange, Benenden, Cranbrook. Club — Bath. 

Son of Herbert Ingram, Esq., M.P. , J.P. and D.L. 

co. Herts., of Loudwater House, Rickmansworth, b. 

1811; m. 1843, Ann, d. of William Little of The 

Manor House, Eye : — 
Charles Lewis Nathaniel Ingram, Esq., late Capt. Surrey 
Mil., b. 1849; m - I 877, Lucy Frances {d. 1893), d. of 
Francis A. Davis of Anglesea Lodge, Surbiton ; and has 
issue — Lewis Charles Ingram, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; and 
Lucy Mary. Res. — 86 Onslow Gardens, London, S.W. 



bend between two boars' heads couped argent, armed 
gules (Gordon). Mantling vert, doubled or. Crest — On 




a wreath of his liveries, a stag's head erased and affronted 
proper. Motto — "Bydand." 

Eld. son of William John de Booy Ingram, b. ; 

d. ; m. , Mary Amelia, d. of Alexander Gordon 

of Cocklarachy, co. Aberdeen : — 
Lt.-Col. Alexander Gordon Ingram, C.M.G., O.B.E., 
Comdt. City Police at Alexandria since 1925, served S. 
Africa 1900-2 (medal and 5 clasps), and Great War 1914-18, 
is Knight of Imperial Order of St. Anne (Russia), has 
Order of Medijie (4th Class), Order George I (Greece), 
Orders of the Nile and Ismail, b. 1885 ; m. 1919, Ella, d. 
of Henry Walker, of Seacombe, Cheshire. Address — Com- 
mandant's House, Alexandria, Egypt. Clubs — Jun. Naval 
and Military ; Turf (Cairo). 



ERNEST STOBART INMAN, Esq.,M.B.E., J.P. co. 
Cheshire. Born March 31, 1852, being the eldest son of the 
late William Inman of Upton Manor, Birkenhead, Cheshire, 
by his wife Anne Brewis, dau. of William Stobart of Pick- 
tree, co. Durham. Armorial bearings — Vaire' argent and 
vert, on a chevron cottised or, three roses gules, barbed, 
seeded, and slipped proper. Mantling vert and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a wyvern vert, winged 
fretty or, gorged with a plain collar, with line reflexed over 
the body gold, in the mouth a rose slipped as in the arms. 
Motto — "In Domino confido." Married, Oct. 24, 1889, 
Rose, only dau. of the late Edward Foster of London ; and 
has Issue— (1) Leslie Ernest Inman, Gentleman, b. Nov. 
16, 1890 [m. 1927, Barbara , d. of H. E. Harris] ; (2) 
William Foster Inman, Gentleman, b. Feb. 24, 1892 [m. 
1926, Beatrice, d. of Dr. D. Horrocks] ; (3) John Hamilton 
Inman, Gentleman, b. Feb. 20, d. July 6, 1893 ; (4) Douglas 
Stobart Inman, Gentleman (twin brother of John Hamilton), 
b. Feb. 2i, 1893. Res.— Morlan Park, Rhyl, N. Wales. 



INGRAM (L.O. , 20 June 1905). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, 
on a fesse vert, a lion's head erased between two escallops 
of the field (Ingram) ; 2 and 3, azure, three cinquefoils in 



INMAN of Highmoor Hall (H. Coll.). Per pale argent 
and ermine, a chevron between two wyverns in chief and a 
rost* in base gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 



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On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, between 
two roses stalked and leaved proper, a wyvern as in the 




arms, charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lys argent. 
Motto — " Ante omnia Deus." Livery — Brown. 

Son of Richard Kesterton Inman, b. ; d. 1870; m. 

Janet Susannah, d. of : — 

George Talfourd Inman, Esq., J. P. co. Oxon. (High 
Sheriff 1906), b. 1851 ; m. 1875, Emily Hope, d. of George 
Sims, Esq., D.L. ; and has issue — (1) Talfourd Hope 
Inman, Gentleman, b. 1883; (2) Leslie Yardley Inman, 
Gentleman, b. 1888. Res.—i The Close, Hatfield, Herts. 
Club— Thatched House. 



INNES, see 
ROSE-INNES. 



CROSS, MITCHELL-INNES, and 



INNES of Moy, formerly of Raemoir (L.O. re-matric. 
30 June 1916. Cadet of Innes of Balveny and Edingight, 
Bt.). Argent, three mullets azure, a bordure chequy of the 
second and first (L.O. c. 1672/7, as Innes of Edingight, 
assigned in 1916 to Innes of Raemoir as latest cadet). 
Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of 
his liveries, a palm branch slipped proper. Motto (over) 
— " Ornatur radix fronde " ; (on compartment) — "Sine 
crimine fiat." Livery — Blue, silver buttons. 

Eld. surv. son of Alexander Innes, younger, of Rae- 
moir, Esq., D.L., J.P., b. 1846: d. 1882; m. 1st, 
1871, Helen Eythan (d. 1875), d. and heiress of the 
Rev. Samuel William King, Gentleman ; 2nd, 1878, 
Sylvia Christian Armytage (d. 1887), d. of the Rev. 
James Garrett of Kilgaran, co. Carlow: — 
James William Guy Innes of Moy, Esq., C.B.E. (1919), 
Chevalier of Legion of Honour, Capt. (ret.) R.N., D.L., 
J. P., b. 1874; m. 1906, Anna Orrok Stronach Sheila 
Foster, d. of Lt.-Col. John Foster Forbes of Rothiemay, 
Banffshire, D.L., J.P., and has issue— (1) Ronald Gordon 
Berowald Innes, Esq., 2nd Lieut. Seaforth Highlanders, 
b. 1907 ; (2) William Alexander Disney Innes, Gentleman, 
b. 1910; (3) ThomasGuy Innes, Esq.(q.v.); and Elizabeth 
Kathleen Mary. Res. — Kirkville House. Skene, Aberdeen- 
shire. Club — Royal Northern (Aberdeen). 

Innes (L.O., 24 July 1923, cadet of Innes of Moy). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three mullets azure, a bordure 
chequy of the second and first (Innes) ; 2, gules, three boars' 
heads erased or, armed proper, langued sable (Aberchirder 
of that ilk) ; 3, azure, on a fess between a lion's head 
erased in chief argent, and a water-bouget in base or, three 
round buckles gules (King, L.O., 1867) ; all within a 
bordure argent for difference. Mantling azure, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a palm branch 
proper. Mottoes — (over), "Ornatur radix fronde"; (on 
the compartment), " Sine crimine fiat." 

Third son of James William Guy Innes, Esq.. C.B.E., 
of Moy (see above) : — 

Thomas Guy Innes, Esq., b. 1922. Res. — Moy House, 
Forres. 



INNES of Learney (re-matric. L.O. 3 April 1916, cadet 
of Innes of Raemoir). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three 
mullets azure, a bordure chequy of the second and first, 
charged with three crescents gules (Innes) ; 2, gules, three 
boars' heads erased or, armed proper and langued sable 
(Aberchirder of that Ilk and Kinnairdy) ; 3, or, a fess 
ermine between three griffins' heads erased vert, langued 
gules (Brebner of Learney). Mantlings— {Dexter), azure, 
doubled argent; (sinister), gules, doubled or. Crests— 
(dexter), on a wreath of his liveries, a boar's head erased 




proper, langued gules, accompanied by two palm branches 
also proper, one on either side of the head. Motto — " Be 
traist " ; (sinister), a cubit arm in armour, the hand naked, 
holding a dart, point downwards proper, between two 
wings erect or, each charged with a fess ermine. Motto — 
"Sine crimine fiat." Motto — (on the compartment) 
"Ornatur radix fronde." Livery — Blue, silver buttons; 
(Dress), silver lace on coat ; green and yellow waistcoat. 
Only son of Francis Newell Innes of Learney. Esq., 
Companion of the Order of Mejidie, D.L., J. P., Lt.- 
Col. R.H.A. and Gordon Highlanders, b. 1845; rf - 
1907 ; m. 1892, Margaret Anne (d. 1923), sec. dau. of 
Archer Irvine-Fortescue of Kingcausie, Kincardine- 
shire and Swanbister, Orkney, Esq., D.L. , J. P. : — 
Thomas Innes of Learney, Esq., Carrick Pursuivant of 
Arms 1926, Advocate Scots Bar 1922, Member of the Royal 
Company of Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland), 
Lord of the Baronies of Learney and Kinnairdy, Superior of 
Torphins, Commissioner of Supply for Aberdeenshire, b. 
1893. Seats — Learney, Toiphins ; and Cullerlie, Echt, 
both in Aberdeenshire ; Kinnairdy Castle, Bridge of 
Marnoch, Banffshire. Res. — 2 Inverleith Row, Edinburgh. 
Clubs — Junior Constitutional, New (Edinburgh). 

INNES of Cowie, Kincardineshire (L.O. 2 Feb. 1913, 

cadet of Innes of Raemoir). Argent, a lozenge between 

three mullets azure, a bordure chequy of the second and 

first. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a 

wreath of his liveries, a palm branch proper. Motto — 

" Ornatur radix fronde." Livery — Blue, silver buttons. 

Son of Rev. William Disney Innes of Cowie, Clerk in 

Holy Orders, J.P., D.L., b. 1851; d. 1928; m. 1877, 

Helen Amy {d. 1892), d. of James Burnett of Mon- 

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1892. Seat— Cowie House, by Stonehaven, Kincardine- 
shire. 

INNES of Balvenie and Edingight (L.O. 3rd re-matric. 
20 Jan. 1912). Argent, three mullets in chief azure (L.O. 
1st matric. 1723/53; 2nd matric. 20 Feb. 1782), the 
Badge of Nova Scotia pendent from an orange tawny 
ribbon. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of his liveries, a eubit arm armed, the hand naked 
holding a broad-sword in pale all proper. Supporters — 
Two greyhounds argent. Motto (over) — " Sine crimine 
fiat." Livery — Blue, silver buttons. 

Only son of Thomas Innes, Esq. (7th son of Sir 
James M. Innes, nth Bart.), b. 1852 ; d. 191 1 ; w. 
i88o,Virginia, d. of Col. Hugh Plunkett Bourchier : — 

Sir James Bourchier Innes, 14th Bart., of Balvenie and 
Edingight (15 Jan. 1628), J.P., b. 1883 ; s. his uncle 1919. 
Seat — Edingight, co. Banff. Postal address — Edingight 
House, Grange, Huntly, N.B. Club — Jun. Constitu- 
tional. 

INNES-CROSS of Dromantine (R.L,. 1887, U.O.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, quarterly, gules and or, in the first and 
fourth quarters a cross potent argent, in the second and 
third a rose of the first, seeded of the second, barbed vert 
(Cross); 2 and 3, argent, three estoiles azure, a bordure 
engrailed of the last, charged alternately with eight bezants 
and as many trefoils or (Innes). Mantling gules and or. 
Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a stork proper, 
holding in the beak a cross potent fitchee a gent and resting 
the dexter claw on a rose gules, seeded cr, barbed vert 
(Cross); 2. on a wreath of the colours, an estoile azure 
^ Innes). Mottoes— (under arms), ' ' Certavi et vice " ; (over 
second crest), " Be traiste." 

Sons of Aithur Charles Innes-Cross, Esq. , J. P., D.L., 
M.P. , of Dromantine, b. 1834; d. 1902; m. 2nd, 1887, 
Jane Beauchamp (vide Cook-Cross), d. of late Col. 
Cross, D.L., of Oattan, co. Armagh: — 

Arthur Charles Wolseley Innes-Cross, Esq., M.C., Capt. 
4th Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers, b. 1888 ; m. 1915, Etta, d. of 
William Bradshaw of 1 Wilbraham Place, S.W. Res. — 

Sydney Maxwell Innes-Cross, Gentleman, b. 1894. 
Res.— 

INNES-KER (L.O., ). Quarterly, 1 and 4. grand 

■quarters quarterly, i. and iiii., vert, on a chevron, between 
three unicorns' heads erased argent, armed and maned or, 
as many mullets sable (Ker) ; ii. and iii., gules, three 
mascles or (Weapont) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters argent, 
three mullets of six points azure (Innes). Crests — \. 
upon a wreath of his liveries, an unicorn's head erased 
argent, armed and maned or (Ker) ; 2. upon a wreath of 
his liveries, a boar's head erased proper, langued gules 
(Innes). Supporters — Two wild men, wreathed about the 
head and waist with laurel, each holding with the exterior 
hand a club resting upon the shoulder all proper. Mottoes 
— " Pro Chriito et patria," and " Be traist." 

Eld. son of the Most Noble James Henry Robert 
Innes-Ker, 7th Duke of Roxburghe, Lord-Lieut, of 
Roxburghshire, M.A. Oxford, D.L. co. Berwick, b. 
1839; d. 1892; m. 1874, Lady Anne Emily Spencer 
Churchill, V.A. (3rd class), fourth d. of John Winston, 
7th Duke of Marlborough, K.G. : — 
The Most Noble Sir Henry John Innes-Ker, 8th Duke 
of Roxburghe (25 April 1707), Marquess of Bowmont and 
Cessford, Earl of Roxburghe, Earl of Kelso, Vise. Brox- 
mouth, Baron Roxburghe, and Baron Ker of Cessford and 
Cavertoun in Scot., Earl Innes, U.K., and a Baronet, 
K.T., M.V.O., Lord-Lieut, co Roxburgh, Ensign of the 
Royal Company of Archers, late Maj. Lothian and Berwick- 
shire I. Y. , Lieut. Reserve of Officers, late Lieut. Royal Horse 
Gds., A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (now King 
George V.) during the visit to the Colonies 1901, served in 
S. Africa 1899-1900, and in the European War 1914 
(wounded), b. 1876; W..1903, May, d. of the late Ogden 
Goelet of New York, U.S.A. ; and has issue — George 
Victor Robert John Innes-Ker, Esq., commonly called 
Marquess of Bowmont and Cessford. Seats — Floors 
Castle, Kelsj, Roxburghshire ; Broxmouth, Dunbar, co. 
Haddington. Toivn res. — 2 Carlton House Terrace, S.W. 

INNES LILLINGSTON of West Torrington (R.L., 16 
Aug. 1797). Per rale argent and or, a bugle-horn sable, 
garnished gold, stringed gules, between three crescents ot 
the third, each charged with an ermine spot of the first. 



Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-wyvern issuant, tail nowed sable, wings 
expanded and elevated or, charged with an ermine spot of 
the first, on the breast two annulets conjoined in pale gold. 
Motto — " Pro Deo et patria." Livery — Green and gold. 
Sons of Frederick George Innes Lillingston, 
Lieut. R.N., of Bute Court, Torquay, and of West 
Torrington, b. 1849; d. 1904; m. 1871, Frances Eliza- 
beth, d. of William O'Brien: — 
Frederick Francis Innes Lillingston, Esq., O.B.E. , Lt.- 
Col. Ind. Army, b. 1877; m. ; and has had issue— A 
son,*. 1907; d. 1928; and two daus. Res. — Broadlands, 
Weybridge. 

Hugh William Innes Lillingston, Esq., Comdr. R.N., 
b. 1878 ; m. 1922, Amy Margaret, 3rd d. of Col. David 
Milne Home, R.H. Gds., of Wedderburn and Paxton, 
Berwickshire, and has issue— George David Innes Lilling- 
ston, Gentleman, b. 1923. Seat — Horncliffe House, 
Berwick-on-Tweed. Club — United Service. 
Jack Lindsay Innes Lillingston, Gentleman, b. 1882; m. 

. Club — United Empire. 
Arthur Donat Innes Lillingston, Gentleman, b. 1886. 
Res.— 

Son of Alfred Spooner Lillingston, Esq., J. P., of The 
Lodge, Southwold, Suffolk, b. 1805; d. 1866; m. 2nd, 
1857, Mary Grey, d. of Capt. Thomas Monck Mason, 
R.N., of Muskerry : — 
Charles Alfred Gordon Lillingston, Gentleman, late 




Indian Forest Service, received thanks of Govt, of India 
1891, for Special services on the Keonjhur Exped., and 
thanks of the Labour Ministry for special services during 
Great War, b. 1857; m. 1st, 1888, Mabel Harriet (d. 1925), 
d. of Hon. Edward David Stewart Ogilvie, M.L.C. , of 
Yulgilbar, N.S.W. ; and has issue — Edward George Grey 
Lillingston, Esq., Capt. R. Scots Greys, served Great War 
(desp.), b. 1892 [m. 192 1, Olive de Burgh, and has issue- 
Peter Lillingston, Gentleman, b. 1923; Nigel Lillingston, 

Gentleman, b. 1924 ; Lillingston, Gentleman, b. 1925 ; 

and Joyce Olive] ; Jessie Mary Grey [m. 1916, Kenneth W. 
Street, Judge of the Supreme Court, New South Wales, 
and has issue]; and Evelyn Mabel Constance; m. 2nd, 
1928, Jean Alexandra, d. of Col. Kenneth Macleod, I. M.S. , 
Hon. Surg, to King George. Res. — 1 Rue du Quai, 
Montreux, Switzerland. Clubs — Royal Societies; Union 
(Sydney). 

INSOLE (H. Coll., 15 April 1872). Azure, a griffin 
passant, in chief three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys or. 
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pheons and resting the dexter claw on a leopard's face 



INVERARITY (L.O., 1843). Gules, on a chevron or, 
between six arrows in chief, three and three, the 
points upward, two saltirewise and one in pale, plumed 




jessant-de-lys azure. Motto — "Soyez ferme." Livery — 

Blue, with yellow facings. 

Surv. sons of George Frederick Insole, Esq., J. P. 
Glamorgan, b. 1847; d. 1918 ; m. 1878, Jessie Anne, 
only d. of Evan Williams David, Esq., J. P., of Fair- 
water House, nr. Cardiff: — 
Eric Raymond Insole, Esq., J. P. co. Glamorgan, b. 

1889. Seats— The Court, Llandaff, S. Wales; Ty-fan, 

Glamorganshire ; Old Stoke, Sutton Scotney, Hants. 
Alan Vy vyan Insole, Gentleman, b. 1895. 

INSTONE (H. Coll., 18 May 1920). Argent, on a 
bend gules, between two lymphads sails furled sable, as 
many nautilus shells or. Mantling - gules and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a hippocampus (sea- 
horse) sable, between two sprigs of seaweed proper. Motto 
— " Conjunctus viribus." 

Sons of Adolph Instone, of Felheim, b. 1845 ; d. 
1892 ; m. 1875, Maria, d. of Bernard Jacob: — 

Sir Samuel Instone (q.v. ). 

Theodore Instone, Gentleman, Member of the London 
Chamber of Commerce, b. 1880. Res. — 43 Whitehall 
Court, S.W. 

Alfred Instone, Esq., J. P., Mayor of Paddington 1927-8, 
b. 1883. Res. — 23 Pembridge Villas, W.n. 

Gustave Instone, Gentleman, b. 1888. Res. — 14 Rue 
de Suisse, Bussels. 

INSTONE (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend gules, be- 
tween two lymphads sails furled sable, as many nautilus 
shells or, on a chief of the second a wing of the field 
between two spurs of the fourth. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a hippo- 
campus (sea-horse) sable, between two sprigs of seaweed 
proper. Badge — A wing argent, charged with a spur or. 
Motto — " Conjunctus viribus." 

Second son of Adolph Instone, of Felheim, b. 1845 ; 
d, 1892 ; m. 1875, Maria, d. of Bernard Jacob : — 

Sir Samuel Instone, Knt. Bach. (1921), b. 1878 ; 
m. 1910, Alice Maud, d. of Edward Liebman ; and has 
surv. issue — Mary Evelina ; Anna Eilan ; Theodora ; 
Patricia; Edwvna Olwyn. Res. — n Hanover Terrace, 
Regent's Park, N.W.8. 




and banded argent, and in base a hunting-horn stringed of 
the third, an elephant's head couped sable. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath ot his liveries, a rose-bush 
proper. Motto — " Semper rloreat." 

Sonof John Duncan Inverarity, Gentleman, Barrister-at- 
Law, of Montrose, N.B., b. 1847; d. ; m. 1896, 

Margaret Eweretta, elder dau. of F. G. Forsyth- 
Grant of Ecclesgrieg, Kincardineshire : — 
Ronald John Duncan Inverarity, Gentleman. /'. 

INVERCLYDE, Baron, see BURNS. 

INWOOD (H. Coll.). Sable, a dragon passant, on a 
chief or, three laurel-leaves proper. Mantling sable and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
mullet or, a dragon passant sable. 

Second son of George Inwood, of Worcester, 

b. 1822 ; d. 1885 ; m. 1872, Annie, d. of Thomas 

Rich of Worcester : — n & 

Charles Herbert Inwood, Esq., O.B.E. (1919). M.C. 

(1917), Major Worcestershire Regt., b. 1875 ; m. 1903, 

Sophia, d. of Christopher Evans, L.R.A..M, and has had 

issue — (1) Eric Charles Evans Inwood, Gentleman, 

b. 1903, d. 1904 ; (2) Ralph Preston Inwood, Gentleman, 

b. 1910 ; Marjorie Ellen Sophia ; and Joan Lilian. 

Club — Army and Navy. 

IRBY. Argent, fretty sable, on a canton gules a 
chaplet or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Upon 
a wreath of the colours, a Saracen's head in profile proper, 
wreathed about the temples argent and sable. Motto — 
" Honor fidelitatis praemium." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Florance George Henry Irby, 5th 

Baron Boston, b. 1837 ; d. 1877 ; m. 1859, Augusta 

Caroline (Res. — Tannheim, Bournemouth), d. of 

3rd Lord de Saumarez : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir George Florance Irby, 6th Baron Boston, 

of Boston, co. Lincoln (10 April, 1761), and 7th Bart. 

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[Supporters — Two antelopes gules, each gorged with a 
chaplet or] ; m. 1890, Cecilia Constance, d. of Hon. 
Augustus Anthony F. Irby, of Hillingdon Grove, Ux- 
bridge. Seats — Monkshatch, Compton, Guildford ; 
Lkgwy, Moelfre, Anglesey. Town res. — 266A St. James's 
Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W. 

Hon. Cecil Saumarez Irby, J.P., Capt. (ret.) K.R.R.C, 
b. 1862 ; m. 1885, Florence Augusta, d. of Clement 
Upton-Cottrell-Dormer, of Rousham, co. Oxford ; and has 
issue— (1) Greville Northey Irby, Esq., b. 1889 [m 1913, 
Constance Beryl, d. of William Lester, of Adderley, 
Llandudno, and has issue : — Rachel Elizabeth Cicily ; 
Isobel Caroline ; Christian Florance [Res. — Rookwood, 
Beaconsfield)] ; (2) Cecil Eustace Irby, Esq., M.C., Capt. 
Gren. Gds., b 1897; Evelyn Augusta. Res. — Hitcham 
Grange, Taplow, Bucks. Club— Junior Carlton. 

Hon. Gilbert Neville Smyth (q.v.), assumed by R.L., 
16 May 19 1 5, the surname of Smyth in lieu of Irby, and 
the Arms of Smyth quarterly with those of Irby. 

IRBY. Argent, fretty sable, on a canton gules, a chaplet 

or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest, upon a wreath of 

the colours, a Saracen's head in profile proper, wreathed 

about the temples argent and sable. Motto— "Honor 

fidelitatis praemium." 

Sons of Edward de Crespigny Irby, Esq., J. P. N.S. 
Wales (eld. son of Edward Irby, see below), b. 1851 ; 
d. 1924 ; m. 1874, Edith [Res. — Narrango, Casino, 
Sydney), d. of Dr. Campbell : — 
Francis Edward Irby, Gentleman, b. 1877; m. 1925, 

Katie Lorna, d. of the late W. Tibbets of Gilgandra, 

N.S.W. Res.— 

Paul Anthony Irby, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; m. 1914, Mabel 

Clive, and has issue — Paul Anthony Irby, Gentleman, b. 

1916. Res. — 

Llewellyn George Irby, Gentleman, b. 1883 ; m. Mary 

Louise, d. of the late Rev. R. W. Stockdale of Grafton, 

N.S.W. , and has issue. Res. — 

Sons of Edward Irby, Gentleman, of Bolivia, Tenter- 
field, co. Clive, in the Colony of New South Wales, b. 
1821 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1850, Mary (d. 1885), second d. of 
Archibald Windeyer of Kinross, in the Colony of New 
South Wales : — 
Frederick William Irby, Gentleman, b. 1859. Res. — 

Maitland, N.S.W. 

Charles Augustus Irby, Gentleman, b. ^.861 ; m. 1888, 

Eva, d. of the late Richard Roberts, and has issue — Charles 

Edward Irby, Gentleman, b. 1889 ; Arthur Algernon Irby, 

Gentleman, b. 1890; Walter Leonard Irby, Gentleman, b. 

1896; Beverley Keith Irby, Gentleman, b. 1899; Richard 

Alfred Irby, Gentleman, b. 1901. Res. — 

IREDELL formerly of Furze Court ( H. Coll. ). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, ermine, asword bendwisebetweentwobendlets gules 
(Iredell, 24 May 1792) ; 2 and 3, or, a stag trippant gules, 
antlered argent (Macartney, 22 March 1909). Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
dexter arm embowed in armour proper, garnished and 
charged with two estoiles in pale or, in the hand a sword 
argent, pommel and hilt gold. 

Son of Lt.-Col. F M Iredell, Bombay Army:— 

The Late Lt.-Gen. Francis Shrubb Iredell, Col. 114th 
Mahrattas, Indian Army, served in Indian Mutiny 1857-8, 
against the Wagheers in Kattywan86o-i, and in the Afghan 
War 1880-81, b. 1837; d. 1924; m. 1867, Katharine Helen 
(Res.— Vernon Lodge, Harrington Road. Brighton), d. of 
fohn Green of Herbert Place, Dublin, and left issue— Violet. 

IRONSIDE, see BAX-IRONSIDE. 



Alexander Irvine of Drum, Esq., 23rd Lord of the Barony 
of Drum (1324), and 23rd Royal Forester of the Forest of 
Drum (1323), Chief of the family of Irvine, b. 1907. Seat- 
Drum Castle, Drumoak, Aberdeenshire. 

MARY AGNES IRVINE, Widow, only child of John 
Ramsay, Esquire, of Barra. Armorial bearings 
are, upon a lozenge: Argent, three small sheaves 
(or bundles) of holly, two and one, each consisting of as 
many leaves slipped vert, and impaling the arms of Ramsay 
of Barra, namely,' quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, an eagle dis- 
played sable, surmounted of a fesse of the field, charged 
with three stars of six points wavy azure ; 2 and 3, argent, 
three stars of six points wavy azure, in the centre chief a 
mullet gules, within a bordure chequy invected of the second 
and first. Supporters — Two savages wreathed about the 
head and middle with holly, each carrying in their hands 
a baton all proper. Married, Nov. 18, 1880, Francis Hugh 
Forbes Irvine, Esq., of Drum, in the county of Aberdeen, 
Justice of the Peace, Master of Arts of the University of Ox- 
ford, who died July 1894 ; and has had Issue — (1) Alexander 
Forbes Irvine, Gentleman d. 1922 ; (2) Quentin Hugh 
Innes Irvine, Gentleman [m. 1913, Irene Dorothy, d. of 
John Alexander Burnett of Ken way]. Seat — Straloch, 
Barra Castle, Aberdeen. Postal address — Straloch, 
Aberdeen. 

IRVINE (L.O., 1899). Parted per chevron argent and 
vert, three holly leaves all countercharged. Mantling vert 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a holly 




IRVIVEof Drum (L.O., 7 July, 1676). Argent, three 
small sheaves (or bundles) of holly, each consisting of as 
many leaves slipped and tied with bands gules. Mantling 
gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his colours 
(vert and argent), a sheaf of holly consisting of nine leaves 
banded gules. Supporters— Two savages wreathed about 
the head and loins with holly, each bearing in their hand 
a baton proper. Motto—" Sub sole sub umbra virens." 

Eld. son of Alexander Forbes Irvine, Esq., of Drum, 

D.L., J. P., Vice-Convener of Aberdeenshire, Lieut. 

Grenadier Gds., B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1881 ; d. 1922; m. 

1905, Dorothy Isobel, second d. of the late Col. 

Henry Crawford of Rothienorman and Badenscoth, 

Roy. Innis. Fus. : — 



wreath proper. Motto — "Sub sole sub umbra virens." 

Son of Thomas Irvine, Esq., J. P. co. Liverpool, b. 

1818; d. 1907; m. 2nd, 1853, Isabella, d. of David 

Gilkison, Esq., J. P. co. Renfrew: — 

David Gilkison Irvine, Gentleman, b. i860 ; m. 1914, 

Hilda (d. 1924), d. of John Findlay, Maviscourt, Liverpool. 

Res. — n Fulwood Park, Liverpool. 

IRVINE of Castle Irvine (Confn. 1913, U.O.). Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, argent, a fesse gules between three holly 
leaves vert (Irvine) ; 2. azure, semee of cross crosslets and 
three cinquefoils argent (DArcy); 3. or, a chevron sable 
(Mervyn). Mantling gules and argent. Crests — 1. on a 



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wreath of the colours, a gauntlet fessewise issuant out of a 
cloud and holding a thistle all proper (Irvine); 2. on a 
chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a bull passant sable, 
armed or (D'Arcy) ; 3. on a wreath of the colours, a squirrel 
sejant proper cracking a nut gules (Mervyn). Mottoes — 
" Dum memor ipse mei " (Irvine); " Un Dieu, un roy" 
(D'Arcy) ; •' De Dieu est tout " (Mervyn). 

Son of William D'Arcy Irvine, Esq., J. P. and D.L. , of 
Castle Irvine, co. Fermanagh, formerly Capt. 76th 
Regt., High Sheriff 1885, b. 1823; d. 1913; tn. 1858, 
Louisa, d. of C.'apt. Cockburn, R.A. : — 
Charles Cockburn D'Arcy Irvine, Esq., Maj. North Irish 
Horse, Capt. North of Ireland Imp. Yeo. , late Capt. 3rd 
Batt. Inniskilling Fus. , High Sheriff 1886; »i. 1st, 1884, 
Fanny Kathleen (d. 1910), d. of Lt.-Col. Jesse Lloyd of 
Ballyleck, co. Monaghan; and 2nd, 1912, Mildred, ygst. 
d. of late Henry Haward of Bramford, Suffolk; and has 
issue (by first marr.) — (1) Charles William Irvine, Gentle- 
man, Lieut. Leinster Regt., late 3rd Batt. Roy. Irish Rifles, 
b. 1885 ; (2) Henry Cockburn Irvine, Gentleman, b. 1886 
[m. 1914, Mildred Cicely Carleton, d. of Col. J. M. A. C. 
Richardson of Rossfad, co. Fermanagh]; and Violet 
Kathleen. Seat — Castle Irvine, Irvinestown, co. Fer- 
managh. 



IRVINE (H. Coll., 1882). Or, on a chevron azure, between 
three sheaves of holly, each consisting of three leaves vert, 
banded gules, an anchor erect with cable of the first between 




two dolphins embowed proper. Mantling azure and or. 
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of two 
anchors saltireways with cables or, a dolphin embowed 
proper. Motto — " Moderata durant." 

Son of late Robert Irvine, Gentleman, b. ; d. 1901 ; 

m. Louisa, d. of Edward Foster : — 
Edward Foster Irvine, Esq., Major late R.G.A. (S.R.), 
b. 1875 ; m. 1900, Florence Laurie, d. of John Rickinson ; 
and has issue — Joan Foster. Club — Jun. Army and Navy. 



IRVINE-FORTESCUE of Kingcausie (L.O., 17 July, 

1919, Cadet of the Earl Fortescue). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 

azure, a bend engrailed argent, between two cottises or 

(Fortescue, H. C, 1785); 2, argent, three sheaves each 

composed of as many holly leaves banded gules, a bordure 

•chequy of the second and first (Irvine of Kingcausie, L.O., 

16 June 1676, Cadet of Irvine of Drum); 3, argent, an 

eagle displayed sable, armed gules, a bordure invected of 

the second (Ramsay of Culsh, L.O. , 1676). Mantlings 

(dexter), azure, doubled argent; (sinister), vert, doubled 

argent. Crests — (dexter), on a wreath of his liveries, an 

heraldic tyger statant argent, armed or, and langued gules, 

Motto — " Forte scutum salus ducum " ; (sinister), on a 

wreath of his liveries, a letter X set within an annulet sable. 

i tto — " Pro Deo et patriae patri." Motto (on the com- 



partment) — " Subsole sub umbra virens." Badge— A tiger 
passant with his tail extended, and supporting with his 
dexterpaw an escutcheon argent. Livery — Blue, with yellow 
facings, silver buttons. 

Eld. Sjn of Archer Irvine-Fortescue of Kingcausie and 
Swanbisier, Esq., J. P., D.L., b. 1819 ; d. 1907; m. 
1848, Anne Irvine (d. 1909), d. of Patrick Syme, 
and niece of John Irvine-Boswell, of Balmuto and 
Kingcausie, J. P., D.L., Lieut. Coldstream Guards: — 
William Archer Irvine-Fortescue of Kingcausie and 
Swanbister, Esq., J. P., M.B., CM., Capt. (ret.) R.A.M.C. 
(T. F.), Assistant Professor of Surgery, Marischall Coll. 
(Aberdeen Univ.), 13th Laird of Kingcausie, b. 185 1 ; 
tn. 1877, Edith Virginia, d. of John Robert Duguid, 
and has issue — (1) Archer Irvine-Fortescue, Esq., D.S.O. 
(1910), Order of St. Stanislas with swords (Russia), Major 
R.A^M.C, M.B., Ch.B., b. 1880 [tn. 1916, Ruth Olive, d. 
of Henry Boddington.Esq., J. P., of Pownall Hall, and has 
issue — James William Irvine-Fcrtescue, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; 
and Agnes Virginia [Res. — House of Eastland, Maryculter. 
Club — New, Edinburgh)] ; (2) Rev. John Faithful Irvine- 
Fortescue, Minister of Caldwell 1926, b. 1883 [m. 1917, 
Anne, d. of J. Brockhurst Soutar, and has issue — Caroline 
Edith (Res. — Manse of Caldwell, Uplawmuir, Glasgow)]; 
(3) William Grenville Irvine-Fortescue, Esq., M.C. with 
bar, Capt R.E., b. 1897 [tn. 1921, Joan, d. of H. S. Powell, 
of Pocklington, and has issue — Henry Irvine-Fortescue, 
Gentleman, b. 1922 ; and Valerie Edith]. Seats — King- 
causie, Maryculter, Kincardineshire ; and Swanbister by 
Kirkwall, in the Orkney Islands. 

IRVING, see WINTER-IRVING. 

JANETTE EMILIA IRVING, third and youngest 
dau. of Rev. Matthew Irving, D.D. (Camb.), Canon 
of Rochester and Rector of St. Mary's, Chatham. Armo- 
rial hearings — On a lozenge, per fesse indented argent 
and gules, two branches of laurel saltirewise vert, fructed 
of the second, between as many roses in pale, counter- 
changed, barbed and seeded proper. 

JOHN BEAUFIN IRVING, Esquire, J. P. co. of 
Dumfries, Col. formerly in the 4th King's Own Regt., 
the Military Train, and the A.S.C. ; Col. late commanding 
3rd Batt. the Manchester Regt. Born 1844, being the 
eldest son of John Beaufin Irving of Ironshore and Hart- 
field, Jamaica, and his wife Diana Charlotte, third dau. of 
Jonathan Williamson, of Lakelands, co. Dublin. Armo- 
rial hearings (L.O. , 1891) — Argent, three holly leaves 
proper, in the middle chief a crescent gules. Mantling 
vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 
mailed gauntleted hand proper, charged on the wrist with 
a crescent gules, and holding a branch of holly consisting of 
seven leaves fructed proper. Motto — " Haud ullis labentia 
ventis." Married, 1865, Agnes, eldest dau. of Joseph 
Corke, Esq., of Staplehurst, Kent ; and has issue — (1) John 
Beaufin Irving, Gentleman, b. 1875 ; (2) Robert Beaufin 
Irving, Gentleman, Sub.-Lieut. R.N.R. , b. 1877; and five 
daughters. Seats — Bonshaw Tower, Ecclefechan ; Bicking- 
ton Lodge, Fremington, N. Devon. Clubs — Primrose, 
United Empire. 

IRWIN, see CARROLL-IRWIN. 

IRWIN of Rathmoyle (Confn. U.O. 16 Sept. 1910). 
Argent, a trefoil between three holly-leaves slipped vert. 
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of 
the colours, a dexter cubit arm in armour, the hand grasping 
a thistle all proper. Motto — " Haud ullis labentia ventis." 
Sons of Arthur John Irwin, Gentleman, B.A. (Trin. 
Coll., Dub.). Deputy Director of the Royal Survey, 
Siam, b. 1868; d. 1928; tn. 1896, Josephine, d. of 
H. G. Byrne:— 
Richard Arthur Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1897. Seat — 
Rathmoyle, Castlerea, co. Roscommon. 
Edward Vincent Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1902. 

Sons of Col. Richard Irwin of Rathmoyle, co. 
Roscommon, J. P., and High Sheriff 1864, b. 1832 ; d. 
1909 ; m. 1866, Cecilia Olivia, d. of Philip O'Reilly, 
Esq., D.L., of Colamber, co. Westmeath : — 
Rev. Francis Joseph Irwin, S.J., b. 1869. Res. — 
Rev. Henry John Irwin, S.J., M.A., D.Litt. (Lond.), 
b. 1870. Res. — 

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Cyril James Irwin, Esq., C.I.E., V.D., Commissioner 
Central Prov. India, B. A. Oxon., b. 1881 ; m. 1923, May, 
eld. d. of the late Stephen Greham, and has issue — 1 dau. 
Res.— Jubbulpore, C.P. India. Clubs — E.I. United Service, 
St. Stephen's Green (Dublin). 



IRWIN of Carnagh, co. Armagh (Confn. , U.O., 12 

March 1907). Argent, on a fesse engrailed gules, between 

three holly leaves vert, a trefoil slipped or. Mantling 

gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 

forearm vambraced, charged with a trefoil as in the arms, 

the hand grasping a thistle all proper. Motto—" Nemo 

me impune lacessit." Livery — Light drab, with red facings. 

Eld. surv. son of John Robert Irwin, Esq., J. P., of 

Carnagh House, co. Armagh, b. 1788; d. 1872; m. 

1840, Elizabeth Emily, d. of Nicholas De la Cherois 

Crommelin, Esq., J. P., of Carrowdore Castle, co. 

Down : — 

De la Cherois Thomas Irwin, Esq., C. M.G., Hon. 

A.D.C. to Earl of Minto and Earl Grey, Gov. -Gen. of 

Canada, Hon. Col.-Comdt. Canadian Artill., b. 1843; 

m. 1867, Isabella, eld. d. of Robert Hamilton, Esq., J. P., 

of Hamw ood, Quebec ; and has issue — Arthur De la Cherois 

Irwin, Esq., Major (ret.) R.C.A., b. 1885; (2) Robert 

Hamilton Irwin, Esq.. B.Sc, Major R.C.E., b. 1887; (3) 

William Eric Crommelin Irwin, Esq., Major (ret.) 

P.P.L.L.I., B.Sc, b. 1890; and Isabel Gladys Hamilton 

[m. Col. A. Z. Palmer, C.M.G., R.C.A. (ret.)]. Seat and 

estate — Carnagh House, co. Armagh, Ireland. Res. — 170 

Cooper Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Club — Rideau 

(Ottawa). 

Only son of Fitz John Robert Irwin, M.D. , of Kilkeel, 

co. Down (son of John Robert Irwin and Elizabeth 

Emily De la Cherois Crommelin), b. 1849 ; d. 1882 ; 

m. 1880, Sarah, d. and coh. of Andre" Allen Murray 

Ker of Newbliss, co. Monaghan : — 

Major Murray Fitz John Irwin, D.L. , and (1910) High 

Sheriff, co. Monaghan, 3rd Inniskilling Fusiliers, b. 1881. 

Seat — Beech Hill, Monaghan, Ireland. 

Sons of Edmund Herbert De Moleyns Irwin, Gentle- 
man, b. 1856; d, 1920 ; m. 1892, Mary, d. of Thomas 
Boyer : — 
Basil Herbert John Irwin, Esq., served Great War as 
Major, Canadian Infantry, /'. 1893. 

Cecil Boyer Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. — Calgary, 
Sask. , Canada. 



IRWIN of Mount Irwin, co. Armagh (Confn. U.O. 
1907 and 1909, on user since 1721). Argent, on a fesse 




engrailed gules between three holly-leaves vert, a trefoil 
slipped or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a 



wreath of the colours, a fore-arm vambraced, charged with 

a trefoil as in the arms, the hand grasping a thistle all 

proper. Motto — "Nemo me impune lacessit." Livery — 

Buff and green. 

Sons of Rev. Robert Irwin, b. ; d. ; m. , 
Elizabeth Caroline, d. of Edward Purdon of Lisnabin, 
co. Westmeath : — 
? surviving issue. 

Sons of De la Cherois Hastings Irwin, Gentleman, 
M.I.M.E., ^.1855; d. 1920; m. 1881, Nona Louisa, 
(Res. — Menteith, New Dover Road, Canterbury), 
seventh d. of the Rev. F. B. Wright, M.A. , of Brough- 
ton Rectory, Manchester : — 
Clinton De la Cherois Irwin, Esq., M.C., Lt.-Col. (ret.), 

Manchester Regt., served Great War (M.C.), b. 1882; m. 

1910, Everilda, d. of Hatt Cook, of Hartford Hall, 

Cheshire ; and has issue — Nancy Everilda De la Cherois ; 

and Flavia Hatt. Res — 

Philip Hastings Irwin, Esq., Comdr. (ret.) R.N., b. 1884 ; 

Vice-Consul at Monte Video; m. 1913, Amy Verden, d. of 

William H. Cox of Snaigow, Perthshire, and has had issue 

— William Richard Philip Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; d. 

1915 ; Angus Digby Hastings Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; 

and Bridget Verden. Address — H.B.M.'s Consulate, 

Monte Video. 
Patrick Hugh Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1888. Res. — Ndigiri, 

Riuru, Kenya. 

Son of Thomas Hastings Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1815 ; 
d. 1867; m. 1852, Frances, d. of William Brook, Esq., 
J. P., of Huddersfield :— 
Basil Hastings Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1859. Res. — The 

Lindens, Colchester. 

Sons of Henry Crossley Irwin, Esq., J. P. co. Armagh, 
B.A. (Oxon.), Bengal C.S., b. 1848; d. 1925; m. 1881, 
Constance Harriet Catherine (d. 1926), d. of late Lt.- 
Col. G. A. J. M'Clintcck ofFellows Hall, co. Armagh:— 
George Valentine Crossley Irwin, Esq., J. P. Armagh, 

Capt. (ret.) Royal Inniskilling Fus., has Order cf the Nile, 

b. 1883. Seat — Mcunt Irwin, Tynan, co. Armagh. Club 

Naval and Military. 

Henry Mark Irwin, Gentleman, H.M.'s Colonial Service, 

b. 1885; m. 1925, Mary, d. of the late Robert Duncan, 

Esq., of Dalchenzie, Perthshire. Club — Royal Societies. 
Felix Miles Patrick Irwin, Gentleman, late Lieut. Gren. 

Gds., b. 1893. 

Son of Henry Irwin, Esq., J. P., of Mount Irwin, 
b. 1816 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1846, Harriet Josephine, d. of 
George Ogle Laurence Jacob, H.E.I. OS. : — 
George Robert Irwin, Esq., C.S.I. .O.B.E., B.A. (Oxon.), 

Indian Civil Service (ret.), served Great War as Capt. R. 

Irish Fusiliers, General List, b. 1855. Club — East India 

United Service. 

IRWIN (U.Off.). Argent, a mural crown gules, 
between three holly leaves proper. Mantling gules, 
doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a 
mailed arm fesseways holding in the hand a thistle and a 
holly leaf all proper, and charged on the arm with a 
crescent gules. Motto — " Nemo me impune lacessit." 

Son of Sir George Irwin, J. P., of Cumberland Lodge, 
Headingly, Leeds, b. 1832; d. 1899; m. 1861, Flora 
Adelaide, d. of Capt. Thomas Jacob Smith, late 33rd 
Regt. :- 
Edward Irwin, Esq., b. 1867. Res. — 

IRWIN (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. per pale or and argent, 
three annulets in fesse between as many holly leaves slipped 
and pendent vert (Irwin) ; 2. or, a green parrot proper, in 
the sinister chief a cross crosslet fitch^e sable (Senhouse) ; 
3. argent, on a chevron between three lions' heads erased 
gules, as many battleaxes of the field (Tiffin) ; 4. gules, 
a fesse ermine between three boars' heads couped argent 
(Towerson). Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, upon a mount between two holly 
leaves vert, a dove argent, holding in the beak an olive 
branch proper and an ear of wheat or. Motto — ' ' Haud 
ullis labentia ventis." Livery — Olive green cloth coat and 
trousers, brass or gilt buttons, olive green and yellow striped 
vest. 

Sons of Thomas Angelo Irwin, Esq., J. P. and D.L. 
for co. Cumberland, High Sheriff 1897, formerly Royal 
Scots Regiment, and Hon. Col. 2nd Middlesex Vol. 
Art. , served in Ashanti Campaign 1873-74, (medal with 
clasp), and Diamond Jubilee medal, b. 1845 ; d. 1913 ; 
m. 1879, Lucy Frances, d. of George Henry Strutt, 
Esq., Bridgehill, Belper, co Derby, D.L.: — 



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Thomas Strutt Irwin, Esq., J. P., Lt.-Col. R.O., late 
ist R.D. 4th Batt. the Border Regt., ist Royal Dragoons, 
Adjt. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. 1911-14, served 
in S. Africa 1901-2 (Queen's medal, 5 clasps), and Great 
War 1915-18 (despatches), b. 1881 ; m. 1910, Marjorie 
Willis, d. of Dyson Lacy, late of St. Helens, Queensland ; 
and has issue — Mary Frances ; Diana ; and Suzanne. 
Estate and Postal Address — Justicetown, West Linton, 
Cumberland. 

Reginald Strutt Irwin, Esq., D.S.O., Capt. The Black 
Watch, served Great War (despatcnes twice), b. 1886 ; m. 
1907, Florence Morna, only d. of late Capt. Brown-Wallis of 
Ottawa, Canada; and has issue — Arthur Irwin, Gentle- 
man, b. 1912; and Vivien Camille. Res. — 

Henry Strutt Irwin, Gentleman, late Lieut. Scots Gds. 
(S.R.), served Great War 1916, b. 1890; m. 1911, Alice 
Fanny Page Turner, eldest d. of Rev. Charles Bayfield of 
Ambros J en, Bicester, Oxon. ; and has issue — Charles Henry 
Irwin, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Alice Margaret ; and Joan. 



ISAACS. Sable, a bend between two leopards' 
faces or, on a chief argent a fasces fessewise proper. 
Mantling sable and or. Crest — In front of a leopard's 
head couped sable, a fasces as in the arms. Supporters 
— On either side a leopard proper, round the neck a 
collar or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon argent, 
charged with a human head affrontee proper, erased at 
the neck ducally crowned or. Motto — " Aut nunquam 
tentes aut perfice." 

Son of Joseph Michael Isaacs, of London : — 

Most Hon. Sir Rufus Daniel Isaacs, P.C., G.C.B., 
G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., ist Marquess of Reading 
(1926), Earl of Reading, Viscount Erleigh, of Erleigh, 
Berks. (20 Dec. 1917), Viscount Reading, of Erleigh, 
Berks. (26 June 1916), Baron Reading of Erleigh (9 
Jan. 1914), F.R.C.I., LL.D., Oxford, Cambridge, and 
of Toronto, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and Columbia 
Universities, Barrister-at-Law and Bencher, Middle 
Temple, Viceroy of India 1921-26, b. i860 ; m. 1887, 
Alice Edith, G.B.E., C.I., d. of Albert Cohen, of 
London ; and has issue — Gerald Rufus Isaacs, commonly 
called Viscount Erleigh, Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 
Lieut.-Col. Inns of Court O.T.C., b. 1889 \m. 1914, 
Hon. Eva Violet, d. of ist Baron Melchett ; and has 
issue — Hon. Michael Alfred Rufus Isaacs, b. i9 J 6; 
Hon. Joan Alice Violet Rufus ; and Hon. Elizabeth 
Rufus (Res.— 65 Rutland Gate, S.W.7)]. Res.— 32 
Curzon Street, Mayfair, W. Clubs — Reform, Athenaeum. 



ISAACSON (H. Coll., March 7, 191 6, in lieu of Arms 
previously granted). Or, on a pile between two roses in 
base azure, a lion rampant argent, holding between the 
paws an escallop of the first. Mantling azure and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion argent, 
collared gules, holding between the paws an escallop 
azure. Motto— " 0AP2EI." 

Son of Frederick Wootton Isaacson, Esq., J. P. and 
D.L. ,M.P. , b. 1832 ; d. 1898; m. 1857, Elizabeth Marie 
Louise, d. of Stephen Jaeger, Banker, of Prague : — 
Frederick John Francis Wootton Isaacson, Esq. , Barrister- 
at-Law, M.A., LL.M. , Lord of the Manor of Slindon, High 
Sheriff, Sussex 1923-24, b. 1858. Seat — Slindon House, 
nr. Arundel, Sussex. Clubs — Carlton, Ranelagh, Bath, 
Leander. 



ISHERWOOD of Raggleswood (H. Coll.). Argent, a 
fesse dancettee azure, between three rudders proper. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a lymphad sails furled sable, surmounted by a 
rainbow proper. Badge — Two daffodils, leaved and 
slipped proper, enfiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Perficio 
cursum." 

Son of John Isherwood : — 

Sir Joseph William Isherwood, ist Bart., of Raggles- 
wood, Chislehurst (20 June, 1921), Member of the 
Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, b, 1870; m. 1892, 
Annie Mary, d. of M. Fleetham ; and has issue — 
William Isherwood, Esq., b. 1898 ; Marie. Seat — Raggles- 
wood, Chislehurst, Kent. Club— R.A.C. 



ISHAM of Lamport (Vn. London, 1568). Gules, a fesse 
wavy, and in chief three piles also wavy, the points meeting 



in fesse argent ; the escutcheon charged with his badge of 
Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling gules and argent. Crest 




— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-swan with wings dis- 
played argent, beaked sable. Mottoes — " Ostendo non 
ostento " ; "In things transitory resteth no glory." 

Son of John Vere Isham, b. 1803; d. 1883; m. 2nd, 

1862, Emily, d. of John Kinch : — 
Sir Vere Isham, nth Bart. (30 May 1627), J. P. Suffolk 
and Northants, late Capt. 2nd Batt. Suffolk Regt., b. 1862 ; 
m. 1895, Millicent, d. of late Henry Halford Vaughan, 
Reg. Prof, of History at Oxford ; and has had issue — (1) 
John Vere Isham, Esq., Lieut. Dragoon Gds., b. 1895 ; d. 
on active service 1916 ; (2) Gyles Isham, Esq., b. 1903; 
and Virginia. Seat — Lamport Hall, Northampton. Club 
— Junior Carlton. 

ISLINGTON, Baron, see DICKSON-POYNDER. 

IVEAGH, Earl of, see GUINNESS. 



IVERACH of Wideford, Orkney (L.O., 29 Jan. 1867). 

Quarterly, 1 and 4, grand quarters, quarterly or and gules, 

on a bend engrailed sable, three cross crosslets fitchee 

argent; 2and3, grand quarters, counter-quartered i. andiiii., 

gyronny of eight or and sable ; ii. argent, a dexter hand 

couped in fesse grasping a dagger erect gules ; iii. argent, a 

galley with sails furled, cars in action, flags and pennon 

flying sable, the whole within a bordure argent, charged 

with three cushions gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent. 

Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a boar's head couped 

argent, langued gules. Motto — " Nunquam obliviscar. " 

Only surv. son of John Guthrie Iverach, Gentleman, 

b. 1836; d. 1875; m. 1859, Mary Hamilton, d. of 

Alexander Russell Duguid, M.D.: — 

William Iverach, Gentleman, b. 1865. Postal address — 

c/o Messrs. Grey and Kellas, 207 Union Street, Aberdeen. 



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ISM AY (H. Coll.)- Azure a chevron, in chief a cross 
patee between two bezants and in base a cross patee fitchee 
all or. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of 



head as in the arms charged on the neck with a pome- 




the colours, an esquire's helmet proper, in front thereof a 
cross patee fitchee or. Motto—" Be mindful." Livery— 
Chocolate, with canary-colour facings. 

Sons of the late Thomas Henry Ismay, Esq., J. P. and 
D.L. co. Chester, High Sheriff 1891, and J. P. co. Lan- 
caster, b. ; d. 1899 ; m. , Margaret, d. of the late 
Luke Bruce, Shipowner, of Liverpool : — 
Joseph Bruce Ismay, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; m. 1888, 
Julia Florence, d. of George R. Schieffelin of New York, in 
the United States of America; and has issue— (1) Thomas 
Bruce Ismay, Gentleman, b. 1894 [m. 1922, Jane Margaret 
Seymour] ; (2) George Bruce Ismay, Gentleman, b. 1902 
[m. 1926, Florence, d. of W. R. Erdington, of New York] ; 
Margaret Bruce [m. 1912, Brig. -Gen. George Ronald 
Hamilton Cheape, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.C.. of Wellfield, 
Fife, and has issue] ; and Evelyn Constance [m. 1927, 
Basil Sanderson] . Res. — 15 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, 
W.i ; The Lodge, Costello, co. Galway ; Ardach House, 
Braco, Perthshire. Clubs— Reform , Palatine (Liverpool), 
Union (New York). 

James Hainsworth Ismay, Gentleman [and impaling the 
arms of Seymour, namely: quarterly, 1 and 4, or, on a pile 
gules, between six fleurs- de-lys azure, three lions passant 
guardant in pale or ; 2 and 3, gules, two wings conjoined 
in lure or], b. 1867 ; m. 1st, 1892, Lady Margaret Alice (d. 
1901), d. of the 6th Marquess of Hertford; and 2nd, Muriel 
Harriet Charles, d. of Lieut. -Col. Macdonald Moreton. late 
Coldstream Guards ; and has issue (by 1st mar.) — Winifrede 
Margaret \>n. 1913, Noel Christian Livingstone Lear- 
month, and has issue] ; and Dorothy Alys [m. 1916, Edward 
Hotham Rouse Boughton, and has issue]; (by 2nd mar.) 
Olive Moreton ; Viola Bruce ; and Pamela Muriel. Post. 
add. — Iwerne Minster House, Blandford, Dorset. Clubs — 
Reform, Authors'. 

IVESON (H. Coll.). Argent, two chevronels sable, 
between three Moors' heads couped at the shoulders 
each wearing a Burgonet helmet, and in the centre chief 
point a pomegranate all proper. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a Moor's 




granate proper. 

Sons of Joseph Edward Iveson, Gentleman, of 

Jerez de la Frontera, b. 1828; d. 1903; m. 1858, 

Tomasa, d. of Henry O'Neale : — 

Don. Francisco Iveson y O'Neale, Viale, Rivero Knt. 

of Hon et Dev, of Sov. Order of Malta, Knt. of Justice 

of Constantinean Order, Associtn. Knt. of Military Order 

of Malta, London, b. i860. Res. — Jerez de la Frontera, 

Spain. 

Don Jose Iveson O'Neale, b. 1862 ; m. 1897, Mania 
Sanchez- Romate of Jerez; and has issue — Jose Iveson, 
b. 1893 ; Manuel Iveson, b. 1895 ; Tomas Iveson, 
Knt. of Malta, b. 1896; Mariano Iveson, b. 1898; Luis 
Iveson, b. 1906 !; Fernando Iveson, b. 1907. Res. — 



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counterchanged. Mantling gules and argent. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, within a circular chain gules, a 
lion rampant argent, supporting a staff raguly palewise or. 
Motto — " Fidus ad extremum." 

Third but second surv. son of William Pearse Ivey, 
Gentleman, of Holly Bank, Knaresborough, and for- 
merly of Reading, Berks., b. 1812 ; d. 1880; m. 

Letitia, d. of :— 

Frederick George Ivey, Gentleman, Master of the 
Worshipful Company of Gardeners 1904-5, b. 1845 ; m. 
1876. Res.— "St. OlaveV'73 Nightingale Lane, Balham 
Common, S.W. Clubs— Conservative, Royal Thames 
Yacht. 

IVIMEY (H. Coll.). Gules, two chevronels invected 
between an increscent and a decrescent in chief and a lion 
rampant in base, all or. Mantling gules and or. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a lion rampant or, 
holding between the paws a decrescent, a demi-cart-wheel, 
both gules. Motto — " L'amour et l'amitie." 
Son of : — 

William Ivimey, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

GEORGE HARDWIN IVREA, Esquire, J. P. co. 
Monmouth, claiming to be Marquis of Ivrea ot Parma (but 
has not yet received any Royal Licence to bear the title in 
England), Major (ret.), assumed by Deed Poll 1896, the sur- 
name of Ivrea in lieu of Gallenga Hardwin. Born March 1, 
1859, being the only son of Antonio Carlo Napoleon Gallenga 
(Marquis of Ivrea of Parma), by his wife Anna, dau. and 
heiress of Charles Oliver Plunket Johnston (illegitimate son 
of Oliver, 10th Baron Louth) by his wife Susanna Pitches, 
sole heiress of Samuel Johnson, Little Bottisham Manor, co. 
Cambs. Armorial bearings— Quarterly , 1 and 4 (recorded 
in Turin 1858), per fesse or and gules, in chief a gamecock 
sable, armed, crested, and wattled of the second, in base a 
lion passant argent; 2 and 3 (recorded in Dublin), sable, 
a bend and in the sinister chief a tower argent, all within 
a bordure gobony argent and azure. Motto — "Vigil et 
fortis." Livery— Chocolate, with white collars. Married 
June 18, 1894, Eva Rosena, dau. of Augustine Grieshaber 
of Baden. Address — Chateau Les Augers, Par Fleac-sur- 
Seugne, Charente Inferieure, France. 




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JACKSON, see ROTHWELL-JACKSON. 

JACKSON (H. Coll., 10 Aug. 1689). Quarterly, 1 
and 4, argent, a greyhound courant ermines, between three 
eagles' heads erased sable (for Jackson) ; 2 and 3, sable, 
three mullets pierced between two bendlets or (for 
Hippisley). Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, a demi-horse argent, gutt£e-de- 
sang, maned and hoofed sable. Motto — " Chi si contenta 
gode." 

Sons of Sir Thomas Graham Jackson, 1st Bart., R.A., 

of Eagle House, Wimbledon, b. 1835; d. 1924 ; m. 

1880, Alice Mary (d. 1900), d. of William Lambarde, 

of Beechmont, Sevenoaks, Kent : — 
Sir Hugh Nicholas Jackson, 2nd Bart. (10 Feb., 
1913), Maj. (ret.) R.A. (Special Reserve), formerly Lieut. 
R. Welch Fusiliers, b. 1881. Res. — 49 Evelyn Gardens, 
S.W.7. Club— Brooks's. 

Basil Hippisley Jackson, Esq., M.C. (1918), Maj. 
(ret.) West Riding R.H.A. (T.), b. 1887. Res.— 

JACKSON of Duddington (H. Coll., 10 Aug. 1689). 
Argent, a greyhound courant ermines, between three 
eagles* heads erased sable. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-horse argent, 
guttee-de-sang, maned and hoofed sable. Livery — Light 
yellow and dark blue. 

Third but eld. surv. son of William Goddard Jackson, 

Esq., J. P., of Duddington, b. 1835 ; d. 1906 ; 

m. 1864, Selina Barbara Maria, d. of Gen. William 

Johnson, of Wytham-on-the-Hill, Lines. : — 

Nicholas Goddard Jackson, Esq., J.P., b. 1868 ; m. 1895, 

Jessie Spencer, 4th d. of A. des Moustiers Campbell, of 

Abingdon, Berks. ; and has had issue — Nicholas William 

Goddard Jackson, Lieut. 1st Batt. Northants. Regt., 

b. 1896 (killed in action 1916) ; Arthur Francis Goddard 

Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Jessie Mary Goddard ; 

Barbara Kathleen Goddard. Seat — Duddington, 

Northants. Clubs — Conservative, R. Thames ^Yacht, 

R. Southern Yacht. 

JACKSON (H. Coll.). Argent, an owl sable between 
three crosses gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a greyhound statant argent, 
sem^e of crosses as in the arms. Motto — " Magis amica 
Veritas." 

Sons of Henry Jackson, O.M. , Fellow of Trin. Coll., 
Hon. LL.D. St. Andrew's, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Hon. 
Lit.D. Oxford, Manchester, and Sheffield, Hon. 
Ph.D. Berlin, b. 1839 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1875, Margaret 
Edith, d. of the late Canon F. V. Thornton :— 
Henry Cholmondeley Jackson, Esq., Col. Bedfordshire 
Regt., b. 1879. 

Horace Arthur Jackson, Gentleman, Assist. Master at 
Winchester Coll., b. 1884. Res. — Brookside, Burley, 
Hants. 

JACKSON of Carramore (U.O.). Argent, on a chevron 
sable, between three hawks' heads erased azure, as many 
trefoils of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a horse passant argent, 
charged on the neck with a trefoil vert. Motto—' ' Celer 
et audax." Livety— Blue, white facings. 

Son of Oliver Vaughan Jackson, Esq., of Carramore 

House, J.P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1869), b. 1811 ; d. 

1887; m. 1851, Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Jones, Esq., of 

Castletown, co. Sligo, J.P. and D.L. :— 
Percy Vaughan Jackson, Esq., Fleet-Surgeon R.N. (ret.), 
b. 1862; m. 1906, Genevieve Louise, eld. d. of Sir James 
Spearman Winter, K.C.M.G., K.C. ; and has issue— 

(1) Oliver James Vaughan Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1907; 

(2) Miles William Vaughan Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; 
and Millicent Genevieve Vaughan. Seat — Carramore, 
Ballina, co. Mayo. Clubs— United Sports, Royal Naval 
(Portsmouth). 

Son of Sidney Vaughan Jackson, Gentleman, b. ; 

d. 1872 ; m. 1843, Frances (</. 1902), d. of Thomas 
Jones of Castletown : — 
Herbert Francis Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m, 1885, 



Amy Mackintosh (d. 1919), d. of the late Robert Priestley ; 
and has issue — Francis Madeline Iris Vaughan. Res. — 
Potter's Bar, Middlesex. Club — Constitutional. . 

JACKSON of Doncaster (H. Coll., 3 June 1854). Per 
pale gules and azure, on a fesse ermine cottised argent, a 
cross crosslet between two annulets all between three 
shovellers of the fourth. Mantling gules and argent, 




b. 1 87 1. Res.— 
b. 1873. 
Res. — 6 Fairfield 



Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-gryphon gules, 
collared and chain reflexed over the back or, holding in the 
dexter claw a shoveller's head erased argent. Motto — 
" Strenue et honeste." Livery — Blue coat, with gold lacej 
red and blue striped waistcoat, red plush breeches. 

Sons of John Houlton Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1837; 
d. 1904 ; in. 1869, Eliphalette, d. of Rev. Thomas 
William Wrench, M.A., Rector of St. Michael's, Corn- 
hill, London : — 
Richard Houlton Jackson, Gentleman, Surgeon, 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.,**. 1870. Res.— Bakewell,Bridge\vay, 
Derby. 

Edward Ellis Jackson, Gentleman, 

Wilfred Swinhoe Jackson, Gentleman, 

Francis Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1883. 

Road, Chesterfield, Derby. 

Noel Bower Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1885. Res. — 

Sons of Rev. James Jackson, M.A. , Vicar of St. 

Sepulchre's, London, and R.D., b. 1803; d. 1894; m. 

1834, Eliza, d. of John Houlton, Esq., J. P., D.L., of 

Farleigh Castle, co. Somerset : — 

Freeman Henry Jackson, Esq., Col. , b. 1842; m. 1872, 

Mary Edith, d. of Henry Bransby Cooper, of the Bengal 

Civil Service ; and has issue — (1) Freeman Astley Jackson, 

Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. Iate2ist Cavalry, Indian Army, b. 

1874 \m. 1910, Florence Alexandra, d. of Edward Charles 
van Cutsem, Consul for the Netherlands at Calcutta ; and 
has issue — Henry Freeman Jackson, Gentleman, b. iqio ; 
and Penelope Maud Freeman {Res. — The Lodge, West 
Mailing, Kent)] ; (2) Neville Ward Jackson, Gentleman, b. 

1875 ; (3) Herbert Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1877. Res. — 
Edward Jackson, Gentleman, C.E., M.I.C.E., b. 1845; 

m. 1876, Georgina Dorothea, d. of Rev. Thomas William 
Wrench, M.A., Rector of St. Michael's, Cornhill, London ; 
and has issue— Edward Robert Houlton Jackson, Gentle- 



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man, C.E. (Bombay), b. 1881 ; Evelyn Mary ; and Henrietta 
Eliza. Res.— 45 Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath, S.E. 
Son; of James Jackson, Gentleman, of Doncaster (eld. 
son of Charles Jackson and Margaret Parker), b. 1847 ; 
d. 1837; m. 1874, Eliza Letitia, d. of Rev. Thomas 
William Wrench, M.A. : — 
Rowland Bower Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1877 ; in. 1912, 
Winifred Katharine, d. of Walter L laude Johnson, of 
Broad>ton Place. Coleman's Hatch ; andhas issue — Pauline 
Margaret Wrench ; and Victoria Melody Wrench. Res. — 
7 Beaufort Mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 

Alan Rayney Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; m. 1908, 
Phyllis Mary, d. of A. T. Whate'ey, of Blackheath; 
and has issue — Thomas Rayney Jackson, Gentleman, b. 
19 14; Richard Rayney Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1922; and 
5 daus. Res. — 45 Kidbrooke Park Road, Blackheath, 
S.E. 3. 

Sons of Charles Jackson, Esq., of Doncaster, Barr.-at- 

Law, J. P., b. 1809; d. 1882; m. 1842, Margaret 

Caroline, d. of Hugh Parker, Esq., J. P., D.L. , of 

Woodthorpe, sister of the late Rt. Hon. John Parker, 

P.C., M.P. :— 

Edward Alan Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1857; m. 1883, 

Mary V. Boyce ; and has issue — (1) Alan Vivian Jackson, 

Gentleman, b. 1884 [m. 1911, Mary Phyllis, d. of James 

Dulley, of Leicester; and has issue — Mary Vivian]; (2) 

Hugh Woollcombe Jackson, Esq., Major Northamptonshire 

Regt., b. 1890 [in. Laura Ernestine, d. of Dr. R. Kirkland, 

of Cheltenham ; and has issue — Pamela Woolcombe], 

Res.— 

Hugh Rowland Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. — 
Doncaster. 

Son of Rev. Francis Arthur Jackson, M.A., Vicar of 
Riccall, co. York.,£. 1811 ; d. 1844 ; m. 1836, Charlotte, 
d. of John Kirke, Esq., J. P., of Markham and Ret- 
ford :— 
Freeman Rayney Jackson, Esq., J. P., b. 1838; m. 1859, 
Anna Eleanor Augusta, ygst. d. of the late John Shea- 
Lawlor, Esq., J. P., of Gurteenrue, co. Cork, by Margaret 
his wife, d. of Daniel Mahony, Esq., J. P., D. L., of Dunloe 
Castle, co. Kerry ; and has issue — (1) Freeman Lawlor 
Jackson, Gentleman; (2) Henry Herbert Jackson, Gentle- 
man [in. 1894, his first cousin Ada, only surv. child of 
Thomas Smith Wright, formerly of Dipton Bush Sheep 
Station, Southland, New Zealand ; and has issue — Freeman 
Mervyn Herbert Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; and adau.] ; 
(3) Edward Rayney Jackson, Gentleman (Tyers Hill, 
Wanganui, N.Z. ) [m. 1892, Bertha, fourth d. of David Peat 
of Hillside, nr. Wanganui. New Zealand ; and has issue 
— Raymond Jackson, Gentleman, b. ; Bertha Nina 

Rayney ; and Ada] ; Florence Charlotte [m. J. R. Mason 
of the Hutt, Wellington, and of Napier, New Zealand; and 
has issue] ; and Mary Letitia. Estate and post. add. — 
Wanganui, New Zealand. 

Sons of Henry Bower Jackson, Gentleman, of Telau, 

Na Nanu and Nawi Island, Fiji, b. 1841 ; d. 1920 ; 

in. 1888 ; Jemima, eld. d. of the late Mr. Samuel Cox 

of Savu Savu, Fiji : — ■ 

Harry Francis Rayne Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1890; in. 

1913, Edith Gertrude, d. of Joseph Wilson, of Magaga, 

Savu Savu, Fiji, and has surv. issue — (1) Godfrey Joseph 

Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; (2) Freeman Harry Jackson, 

Gentleman, £. 1920; Nina Mira ; and Lily May. Estates 

and Res. — Telau, Na Nanu, Waikavuna, and Savu Savu, 

all in Fiji. 

Francis Arthur [ackson, Gentleman, b. 1893. 
James Edward Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1894. 
William Herbert Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1897. 
Sons of Lt.-Gen. George Jackson, Bengal Staff Corps, 
b. 1812 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1839, Phillis Sophia, d. of Capt. 
Nathaniel Nugent Strode : — 
Colonel George Charles Jackson, Bengal Cavalry, b. 
1841. Res.— The Albany, Piccadilly. 

Clement Nugent Jackson, Gentleman, Senior Proctor of 
the University of Oxford 1881-2, b. 1846; in. , Ada 

Louisa, d. of W. W. Martin. Res. — Hertford Coll., 
Oxford. 

Son of Morton Strode Jackson, Esq., I.S.O. , b. 1847; 
d. 1913 ; in. 1884, Edith Rosine, d. of W. W. Martin: — 
Arnold Nugent Strode Strode- J ackson, Esq., C.B.E., 
D.S.O., Lt.-Col. Loyal Regt. (R.O.), Barrister-at-Law 
Middle Temple, served Great War 1914-18 (desp. 6 times, 
D.S.O. with bar), b. 1891 ; assumed by Deed Poll 1919, the 
additional surname of Strode ; m. 1918, Dora, d. of the 
late William Allen Mooney, of U.S.A. Res. — Silver Hills, 
New Albany, Indiana, U.S.A. Club — Jun. Carlton. 



EDWIN JACKSON, Esquire, Lt.-Col. com. 3rd Vol. 
Batt. Border Regt., J. P. for Cumberland, only son of the 
late Isaac Jackson of Broom, Gosforth, Cumberland, by his 
wife Jane, dau. of Daniel Burns of Kilmare, co. Down. 
Armorial bearings — Azure, three pheons points down- 
wards in fesse or, between as many eagles' heads erased 
ermine. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting 




his degree, with a Mantling azure and or ; and for his 
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a mount 
vert, thereon a horse courant argent, three caltraps or, 
Motto — " Celer et audax." Married, July 19, 1882, 
Martha, youngest daughter of the late J. C. Robinson of 
Elterwater Hall, Ambleside, Westmorland ; and has had 
Issue — (1) Leslie John Broomhill Jackson, born and died 
1883 ; (2) Edwin Harley Jackson, Gentleman, born June 
27, 1888 ; Rotha Mary Hannah Margaret ; Minnie Greeba 
Victoria ; and Dorothy Melba. Estate — Threlkeld Leyn, 
Cockermouth. 

Sir HENRY MATHER JACKSON, 3rd Bart., C.B.E., 
of the Manor House, Birkenhead, J. P., D.L. , and Co. Aid. 
for co. Monmouth, M.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at-Law; 
adopted the additional surname of Mather in 1886. Born 
Oct. 19, 1855, being the son of Sir Henry Mather Jackson, 
the 2nd Baronet, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas 
Buddicum Blackburne of Birkenhead ; succeeded his father 
in 1881, under the creation of November 4, 1869. Armorial 
bearings — He bears for Arms : Azure, a fesse between two 
goats' heads couped in chief and a fleur-de-lys in base 
argent, two flaunches of the last, impaling the arms of 
Somerset, namely, quarterly, France, azure, three fleurs-de- 
lys or; and England, gules, three lions, passant guardant 
in pale or, all within a bordure compony argent and azure. 
Upon the escutcheon, which is charged with his badge of 
Ulster as a Baronet, is placed a helmet befitting his degree, 
with a Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon 
a wreath of the colours, upon a ragged staff sable, a goat's 
head couped argent, senile of trefoils vert. Motto — 
" Fortiter, rideliter, feliciter." Married, August 3, 1886, 
Ada Frances, O.B.E., Lady of Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, daughter of the late 
General Edward Arthur Somerset, C. B. ; and has had Issue 
— (1) Henry Mather Jackson, Esq., Capt. late 9th Lancers, 
served Great War 1914-18 (despatches), b. Feb. 27, 1894; 
d. 1928 [m. 1920, Florence, d. of the late Granville Garth, 
of New York ; and left issue — RosemaryJ ; (2) Edward 
Arthur Mather Jackson, Esq., late Lieut. Scots Guards, 
served Great War 1917-18, b. Jan. 1899 ; Gwladys Ada 
[m. 1923, Ven. Reginald Palmer, D.S.O., M.C.. formerly 
Archdeacon of Egypt"] ; Norah Frances [in. 1916, Capt. 
Herbert Clarke, M.C., R.E.]; and Agatha Elizabeth. 
Seat — St. Mary's Hill, Abergavenny, co. Monmouth. Club 
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JACKSON of Arlesey, Beds. Argent, on a fesse 
between a goat's head couped in chief gules, and a ship 
in full sail in base proper, a greyhound courant between 
two pheons or, a bordure of the second charged with 
eight bezants. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On 
a wreath of the colours, a goat's head couped argent, 
guttee-de-sang, armed and bearded or, gorged with a 
collar gules, charged with three bezants, ringed, and line 
reflexed of the third. Motto — "Quo fata vocant." 

Son of Sir Keith George Jackson, 4th Bart., b. 1842 ; 

d. 1916 ; m. 1875, Alice (Res. — Le Pas, Entre Rios, 

Argentina), d. of Charles Montresor, Bengal Civil 

Service, of Stonely Grange, St. Neots, Hunts. : — 

Sir Robert Montresor Jackson, 5th Bart., of Arlesey 

(22 May, 1815), M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Tech. Inspec, b. 1876 ; 

m. 1913, Katherine, d. of John Abrey, of Barden Park, 

Tonbridge, and has issue — John Montresor Jackson, 

Esq., b. 1914 ; George Hauteville Jackson, Esq., b. 1916 ; 

Berenice Evelyn Abrey. Res. — Meadowside, Tonbridge, 

Kent. 

JACKSON of Putney Hill (H. Coll.). Per chevron or 
and gules, in chief two pheons of the second, and in 
base a greyhound courant of the first. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi- 
greyhound supporting between the paws a caduceus or. 
Motto — " Dum spiro spero." 

Son of James Jackson, of Heywood, Lanes., b. 1850 ; 

d. 1894 ; m. 1874, Sarah Whipp : — 
Sir Henry Jackson, Knt. Bach. (1924), M.B., M.A. 
(Camb.), B.Sc, M.P. Wandsworth since 1924, Maj. 
R.A.M.C, b. 1875 ; m. 1904, Edith Margaret, d. of the 
late Joseph Smalley, of Norton Grange, Castleton, 
Manchester. Res. — 19 Putney Hill, S.W.15. 

JACKSON (U.O.). Sable, on a fess between three 
boar's heads erased and erect or, as many ogresses. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of 
the colours, a boar's head erased and erect sable, thereon 
an escutcheon argent charged with the cross of St. Patrick. 
Motto — " Carpe diem." 

Son of Sir Robert William Jackson, Knt. Bach. (1882), 

C.B. (1874), Deputy Surgeon-General, served in the 

Crimean Campaign 1854-6, in Indian Mutiny 1857-8, 

in Ashanti Campaign 1874, in Zulu Campaign 1880, 

in Egyptian War, Chairman Pembroke Town 

Commissioners, b. 1827 ; d. 1921 ; m. 1st, i860, Anne 

(d. 1888), d. of John Jones Simpson ; 2nd, 1891, 

Gertrude Galston, youngest d. of Robert P. Daye of 

Canonbury : — 

Robert Jackson, Esq., Major R.A.M.C, b. ; m. 

1909, Mary Beatrice, d. of late C.J. Ormerod ofGreenroyd, 

Rastrick, Yorks. 

Matthew Henry Jackson, Esq., Solicitor, b. 
Claude Robert Jackson, Esq., b. . Res. — 

JACKSON (H. Coll., 11 June 1923). Per pale gulei 
and azure, three suns in splendour or, on a chief argent 
as many jackdaws proper. Mantling 1 gules and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a rising 
sun or, an open book proper, bound and clasped gules, 
edged gold, with a marker azure, tasselled also gold and 
inscribed with the Greek symbols AD sable. Motto — 
*' Sic nobis justicia." 

Son of Rev. Blomfield Jackson (eld. son of Rev. 

Thomas Jackson, Preb. of St. Paul's (see below)) : — 
Arthur Blomfield Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. — 
15 Cannon Place, Hampstead. Chambers — 3 New 
Square, Lincoln's Inn. 

Sons of Rev. Thomas Jackson, Clerk in Holy Orders, 

Preb. of St. Paul's Cathedral, b. 18 12 ; d. 1886 ; 

m. 1835, Elizabeth Prudence, d. of Jonathan Fiske, 

of Oxford : — 
Admiral Sir Thomas Sturges Jackson, K.C.V.O., 6. 
1842; m. 1st, 1867, Helen Louisa (d. 1884), d. of C. A. 
Gordon, of Lahore ; 2nd, 1892, Marian (d. 1920), d. of 
Hon. W. H. Crane.of Sackville, Nova Scotia ; and has 
issue — (1) Admiral Sir Thomas Jackson, K.B.E., C.B., 
M.V.O., b. 1868 [m 1907, Mona Anna, d. of the late Lieut.- 
Col. Henry Murray (Res. — Woolley, Uplyme)] ; (2) 
Charles Sturges Jackson, Esq., b. 1871 ; (3) Harold 
Gordon Jackson, Esq., O.B.E., Comdr. R.N., b. 1875 ; 
Helen Douglas [m. 1894, Brig.-Gen. Clifford Coffin, 
V.C., C.B., D.S.O.] ; Esther Louisa [m. 1894, Capt. 
Hugh Evans, R.N. (ret.)] ; Esme Margaret [m. 1910, 
Arthur Stannard] ; Maud Edith [w. 1906, Maj. 



Norton Francis, C.M.G., of Christchurch, N.Z.] ; Rose 
Marian. Club— United Service. 

Frederic Nevill Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1854; m. 1886, 
Emily, d. of Charles Gatliff ; and has issue — Reginald 
Nevill Jackson, Esq., D.S.O. , formerly Major, Gen. 
List, served Great War 1914-19 (despatches, D.S.O., Legion 
of Honour, Croix de Guerre), b. 1887 \m. Jane Suggett, of 
West Hartlepool] ; Bernard Nevill Jackson, Gentleman, b. 
1900 [m. Marie Louise Bird, of New York] ; and Elizabeth 
Nevill. Res. — 55 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W.8. 
Club — Junior Constitutional. 

JACKSON of Knowle (H. Coll., 10 Feb. 1917). 
Per chevron azure and argent, in chief two pheons or, and 
in base a jackdaw sable. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant sable, 
holding in the fore-paws a scythe or. Motto — " Thy care 
I share." 

Son of George Jackson, of Moseley, Worcs., b. 1839 ; 
d. 1906 ; m. 1 86 1, Jane : — 

George Frederick Jackson, Esq., J. P., b. 1868 ; m. 
1892, Laura, O.B.E. (1918), d. of John Gregory, of Edg- 
baston ; and has issue. Res. — Springfield House, 
Knowle, co. Warwick. 

JACKSON (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron between in 
chief three falcons' heads erased proper, and in base a 
saltire couped sable above a holly leaf vert. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 
demi-horse argent, guttee-de-sang, charged on the shoulder 
with a spur and resting the sinister hoof on a pheon or. 
Motto — " Timere sperno." 

Son of : — 

James Allen Maxwell Jackson, Solicitor of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature, b. . Res. — Berry End, Knares- 

borough, W.R. Yorks. 

The Late JOHN THOMAS JACKSON, Esq., J.P. 
co. Palatine of Lancaster and Radnorshire (High Sheriff 
1905), being the eldest son of John Jackson of Oldham, 
by his wife Emma, daughter of Benjamin Godwin of 
Burslem. Armorial bearings — Party per chevron azure 




and or, in chief three pheons of the last, and in base a 
rose gules barbed and seeded proper ; and for his 
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, two pheons 
gules, thereon an eagle with wings expanded or, each wing 
charged with a rose as in the arms; with the Motto, 
" Res non verba." Married, May 16, 1866, Sarah, second 
daughter of Bartholomew Prockter of Oldham ; and died 
10 Feb. 1925, having had Issue — John Jackson, Gentleman, 
Lieutenant Lancashire Fusiliers, born 1869 ; Alfred Jackson, 
Gentleman, born 1878 [m. 1915, Hilda, d. of A. G. O'Neill, 
Esq., J. P., of Moorland Grange, Lancashire]. Estates — 
The Hurstead, Rochdale ; Treburvaugh, Llangunllo, 
Radnorshire. 

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JACKSON (H. Coll.). Azure, a fesse between two 
goats' heads couped in chief and a fleur-de-lys in base 




argent, two flaunches of the last. Crest — Upon a wreath 
of the colours, on a ragged staff sfible, a goat's head couped 
argent, semde of trefoils vert. Motto— " Fortiter, fideliter, 
feliciter." 

Sons of Sir Henry Mather Jackson, 2nd Bart. : — 
Sir Henry Mather Jackson, 3rd Bart. ((/.v.). 
William Birkenhead Mather Jackson, Esq., J.P. , late 
Capt. R. Monmouth Mil., 6. 1864; m. 1892, Georgiana 
Catherine, d. of the late Rev. Brabazon Hallowes of Glap- 
well Hall, co. Derby; and has had issue— (1) William 
Brabazon Mather Jackson, Esq., Capt. 6th Batt. Sherwood 
Foresters, b. 1893 ; d. 1917, on active service ; (2) George 
Christopher Mather Jackson, Gentleman, Lieut, late 
Sherwood Foresters, b. 1896 (Club — Bath); (3) Anthony 
Henry Mather Jackson, b. 1899 [m. 1923, Evelyn Mary, 
d. of Lt.-Col. H. K. Stephenson, D.S.O., M.P., of Hassop 
Hall, co. Derby; and has issue — Angela Mary Mather; 
and Elizabeth Georgiana Mather (Res. — Spital House, 
Blyth, Rotherham)]. Fes.— Glapuell Hall, Chesterfield. 
Club — Reform. 

Son of William Jackson, Esq., J.P. for Chester, b. 

1832 ; d. 1906 ; ?n. 1861, Therese Isabel, d. of Edward 

Howard of Liverpool : — 
William Jackson, Esq., J.P. , M.A. (Cambs.), b. 1870; 
m. 1899, Blanche Whitworth, d. of the late George Atkin 
of Egerton Park, Reck Ferry; and hassurv. issue— William 
Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1902 [m. 1927, Lady Ankaret 
Cecilia Howard, d. of 10th Earl of Carlisle, and has issue — 
William Thomas Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1927]; and Pamela 
Blanche. Res. — Leighton Court, Neston, Cheshire. 

Younger sons of Sir William Jackson, 1st Bart., b. 

1805; d. 1876; m. 1829, Elizabeth, d. of Thomas 

Hughes of Liverpool : — 
Thomas Hughes Jackson, Esq., J.P. , b. 1834; m. 1862, 
Hermine (d. 1897), d. of Daniel Meinertzhagen of Belmont 
House, Wimbledon; and has had issue — (1) Rt. Hon. 
Frederick Huth Jackson, P.C., one of H.M. Lieuts. 
for the City of London, Director of the Bank of England 
b. 1863; d. 1921 [m. 1895, Clara Annabel Caroline, d. of 
Rt. Hon. Sir Mountstuart Grant Duff, P.C., G.C.S.I. ; and 
left issue — Frederick Huth Jackson, Gentleman, Lieut, late 
R. Sussex Regt. andR.F.C. ,b. i896[#2. 1920, Helen, d. of Sir 
Paul Vinogradoff, of 19 Linden Road, Oxford ; and has issue 
— Patrick Huth Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1923; and Laura 
Huth (Res. — Kingston, Jamaica. Clubs — Bath, Cavendish)]; 
Kouradin Huth [m. 1919, Capt. Arthur Hobhouse ; and has 
issue] ; Anne Marie Huth ; and Clare Annabel Huth] ; (2) 
GeoffreyMeinertzhagen Jackson , Esq. , J. P. , D. L. Derbyshire, 
Hon. Brig.-Gen. , late Lt.-Col. comdg. 6th Batt. Sherwood 
Foresters (T.D.), b. 1869 [m. 1893, Jessie Cowper Coles, 
d. of the late Henry H. Laird ; and has had issue — Geoffrey 



Laird Jackson, Esq., Capt. Rifle Bde., b. 1894 ; killed in 
action 1917; Henry Humphrey Jackson, Esq. , M.C., J.P. 
co. Derby, Capt. 6th Batt. Sherwood Foresters, served Great 
War, b. 1895 [m. 1924, Georgina, d. of H. Howard Middle- 
ditch, Esq., J.P. of Tamworth House, Driffield; and has 
issue — Thomas Geoffrey Henry Jackson, Gentleman, b. 
1926 (Res.— Ankerbold, Tupton, Chesterfield)] ; Guy Rolf 
Jackson, Esq., M.C.Capt. Derbyshire Yeo., served Great 
War, Chevalier Legion of Honour, b. 1896 ; Hermine Joan 
Carmichael ; Margaret Beatrice Meinertzhagen ; and Edith 
Bridget Huth (Res. - Clay Cross Hall, Chesterfield)] ; 
(3) Ernest Somerville Jackson, Esq. .C.M.G., D.S.O., Lt.- 
Col. R.A., late Welsh Regt., 4th Class Osmanieh, served 
Great War (despatches), b. 1873; (4) Roland Octavius 
Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; Margaret Hermine [m. 1889, 
Charles Paxton Markham, Esq., J.P.]; Evelyn Johanna 
[m. 1899, Charles Maxwell Nicholson]; and Winifred 
Barbara Alice. Res. — The Manor House, Birkenhead. 
Clubs — Reform, City Liberal. 

Son of John Peter Jackson, Esq., b. 1843; d. 1899; 

m. 1869, Florence, d. of William Evans of Cornwall 

Gardens, S.W. : — 
John Bertram Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. 1916, 
Dora Pullinger. Club — Bath. 

JACKSON. Party per chevron gules and or, in chief 
two suns in splendour of the last, and in base three annu- 
lets, one and two interlaced of the first. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a horse or, 
holding in the mouth an ear of wheat slipped vert, resting 
the dexter foreleg on three annulets as in the arms. 
Motto — " Essayez." 

Son of Rt. Hon. George Herbert Jackson, 2nd Baron 

Allerton, b. 1867 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1899, Katherine Louisa, 

d. of Wm. Wickham Wickham of Chestnut Grove, 

Yorks, :- 
Rt. Hon. George William Lawies Jackson, 3rd Baron 
Allerton (17 July 1902) [Supporters— On either side a 
horse sable, collared vair and charged on the shoulder 
with three annulets interlaced two and one or], Lieut. 
Coldstream Gds. , b. 1903 ; m. 1926, Christine Joyce, d. of 
the late John Randall Hatfeild of Thorp Arch Hall, Yorks., 
and has issue — Hon. Edward Lawies Jackson, b. 1928. 
Seat — Thorp Arch Hall, Boston Spa, Yorks. Club — 
Guards'. 

Second, but only surv. son of 1st Baron Allerton, b. 

1840 ; d. 1917 ; m. i860, Grace (d. 1901), d. of George 

Tempest : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Francis Stanley Jackson, P.C., G.C.I.E., 
Gov. of Bengal since 1927, D.L., W. R. Yorks., Chair- 
man of the Conservative and Unionist Party 1923-6, M.P. 
E. R. Yorks. 1915-26, Lt.-Col. late W. R. Yorks. Regt., 
formerly Capt. R. Lanes. Regt., b. 1870; m. 1902, Julia 
Henrietta, d. of the late H. B. Harrison-Broadley, M.P., 
of Welton House, Brough, Yorks, ; and has issue — 
Harry Stanley Lawies Jackson, Esq., b. 1903 [m. 1927, 
Grace Diana, d. of Arthur P. Beddard, M.D.]. Res.— 
Government House, Calcutta. Club — Carlton. 

JACKSON of Stansted (H. Coll., 1902). Ermine, on a 
pile azure, between two fountains in base proper, a sheldrake 
close or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest-^-On a wreath 
of the colours, upon a fountain proper, a sheldrake as in 
the arms. Motto— " Aut mors aut victoria." 

Sons of Sir Thomas Jackson, 1st Bart., J.P. Hong- 
Kong, b. 1841 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1871, Amelia Lydia, d. of 
late George Julius Dare, R.N. : — 

Sir Thomas Dare Jackson, 2nd Bart. (4 Aug. 1902), 
D.S.O., M.V.O., Col. Res. of Officers, late K.O. Royal 
Regt., Hon. Brig.-Gen. 1919, served Great War 1914-17 
(despatches three times, and Bar to D.S.O.), b. 1876; 
m. 1919, Mary Lilian Vera Massey, d. of Brig.-Gen. S. E. 
Massey Lloyd ! and has issue — Thomas Rickard Eyre Jack- 
son, Esq., b. 1921 ; Julius Lloyd Jackson, Esq., b. 1922; 
and Nancy Amelia. Seat — Herringfleet Hall, Lowestoft. 
Club — Jun. United Service. 

George Julius Jackson, Esq., Major late King's Royal 
Rifle Corps, b. 1883; m. 1909, Nesta K. , eldest d. of 
Hedworth Barclay of Geddesby Hall, Leics. ; and has 
issue — David Thomas Trelawny Jackson, Gentleman, 6. 
1917 ; Dawn Nesta; Joyce Katherine; Meryl Julian! 
Daphne Myddelton. Res. — Great Pasbrooke Farm, Titeh- 
field, Hants. Clubs — Jun. Naval and Military. 

Walter David Russell Jackson, Esq., b. 1890; m. 1915, 
Kathleen, d. of Summers Hunter ; and has issue — Michael 
Rowland Jackson, Gentleman, b. 191 9. Res. — 



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JACKSON of Brisbane (H. Coll.). Barry of ten argent 
and azure, a lion rampant gules, holding between the paws 
an eagle's head erased or, two flaunches sable, each 
charged with a mullet of six points of the fourth. Mantling 



horse's head argent, collared gemel sable, an increscent and 
a decrescent of the last (for Barstow) ; 2. on a wreath of the 
colours, in front of two trees, a demi-catherine wheel, thereon 




azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in 
front of a mount vert, a mullet of six points or, thereon an 
eagle close proper. Motto—" Confide recte agens." 

Sons of Henry Jackson of Marnaharin, cos. Monaghan 

and Dublin, Ireland ; b. ; d. 1857 ; m. 1833, Mary 

Anne, d. of William White of Drumgavney, co. 

Monaghan : — 
William Henry Jackson, Esq., J. P., Colony of Queens- 
land, b. 1835; m. 1872, Jane Eleanor, only d. of late 
Daniel Steed of Belfast, Ireland; and has issue — (1) 
William Thomas Isles Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1874; (2) 
Lewis Henry Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1880; and Maude 
Isabel [m. 1905, Ormond Howard Smith of Wunulla, 
Hopetoun, Queensland ; and has issue]. Post. add. — 

Robert Alexander Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1848 ; m. 1874, 
Jessie, d. of James Downs of Kingstown, near Dublin ; and 
has issue — (1) Ernest Vivian Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1877 ; 
(2) William Henry Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; (3) Sidney 
Francis Isle Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; (4) Norman 
Leslie Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1890; Janet Isabel; Violet 
Mabel Victoria ; and Lilian Jessie. Res. — Brisbane. 

Sons of Francis Daniel Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1851 ; 

d. 1912; m. , Frances, d. of Samuel Martin ot 

Brisbane : — 
William Sidney Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1873. 
Francis Thomas Jackson, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. — 
Sydney. 

JOHN JEREMIAH JACKSON- BARSTOW, Esquire, 
J. P. and D.L. co. Somerset. Born Jan. 15, 1845, being 
the second son of the late Rev. Thomas Norfolk Jackson, 
by his wife Sarah Kilvington, dau. and heiress of Jeremiah 
Barstow of Acomb, co. Yorks. ; and on succeeding to the 
Yorkshire estates on the death of his uncle, Capt. John 
Michael Barstow, in 1874, he assumed the additional sur- 
name and arms of Barstow by Royal Licence. Armorial 
hearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, erminois, within two bars 
gemel, between as many horses' heads in pale couped, five 
crescents fessewise sable (for Barstow) ; 2 and 3 barry of 
six sable and argent, on a bend nebuly ermine, between 
two trees eradicated or, an acorn between as many jack- 
daws close of the first (for Jackson). Mantling sable and 
or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, in front of a 




a jackdaw close, both sable (for Jackson). Motto — "Nil 
desperandum auspice Deo." Livery— Blue, black collar, 
red facings and waistcoat. Married, Aug. 8, 1888, Mary, 
elder dau. of Sir Abraham Woodiwiss of The Pastures, co. 
Derby ; and has had Issue — John Eric Jackson Barstow, 
Gentleman, born Aug. 10, 1895; killed in action ; Evelyn 
Mary ; Mabel Dorothy ; Hilda Beatrice ; Ileene Violet (d. 
1914) ; Constance Vera ; and Sybil Enid. Residence — 
The Lodge, Weston-super-Mare, co, Somerset. 

JACKSON (L.O.) Barry of eight argent and vert, 




over all a lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure, 
holding in his dexter paw a thistle slipped proper. Mant- 



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ling vert, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his 
liveries, aneagle'sheaderased proper. Motto — " Sublimiora 
peto." 

Son of Robert Jackson, Merchant, Glasgow, 
b. 1795 ; d. 1856 :— 
William Jackson, Esq., Marine Engineer, Major 1st 
Lanark R.E. Vols., b. 1844 ; m. 1883, T D , 

d. of Donald Fisher, Writer, Glasgow, and has had issue 
— 2 sons (elder killed in action 19 18) ; and 1 dau. Res. 
— Warrix, Troon, Ayrshire. 

JACOBS (H. Coll., 18 July 1921). Azure, on a pile 
ermine, between on the dexter a rose and on the sinister 
two triangles interlaced argent, a lymphad sail furled or, 
in base an escutcheon of the third charged with a dragon 
rampant gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On 
a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a demi-lion 
regardant supporting a staff proper, flowing therefrom 
a banner azure, charged with two triangles interlaced 
argent. Motto — " Dominus me regit." 

Son of the late Chapman Jacobs, Gentleman, of 
Swansea : — 

Joseph Henry Jacobs, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

Manor Heath, Knowle Hill, Woking, Surrey. 

JACOBY (H. Coll.). Party per fesse dancettee argent 
and sable, in chief a cross of eight points gules, between two 
roses of the last, barbed and seeded proper, and in base 
two wings conjoined in lure, and elevated or. Mantling 




sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath ot the colours, 
a stag argent, charged upon the body with two roses gules, 
barbed and seeded proper, resting the dexter fore-foot on a 
cross as in the arms. Motto — "Opera bona effulgent." 
Livery— Dark blue, gilt buttons. 

Son of Sir James Alfred Jacoby, Kt. Bach., M.P. for 
Mid-Division of co. Derby, Sheriff of Nottingham, 
1877-8, b. 1852 ; d. 1909 ; m. 1883, Hermine Elizabeth 
Frederica, d. of late Gustav Liepmann of Glasgow : — 
Alfred Henry Moritz Jacoby, Esq., b. 1884. Post. add. — 
Uplands, Private Road, Sherwood, Nottingham. 

JACOBY (H. Coll.). Party per fesse dancettee argent 
and sable, in chief a cross of eight points gules, between 
two roses of the last, barbed and seeded proper, and in 
base two wings conjoined in lure and elevated or. Mant- 
ling sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the 
colours, a stag argent, charged upon the body with two 



roses gules, barbed and seeded proper, resting the dexter 

fore-foot on a cross as in the arms. Motto— " Opera bona 

effulgent." Livery— Dark blue, with gilt buttons. 

Sons of Moritz Jacoby of Nottingham, by his wife 
Violet Frederika, dau. of Isidor Hirsch of Teterow, in 
the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin :— 
John Henry Jacoby, Gentleman, Consul at Nottingham 

for the Republic of Colombia (South America), b. 1848. 

Clubs— Devonshire, Nottinghamshire (Nottingham). 
Charles Theodore Jacoby, Gentleman (Livery— Black, 

with gilt buttons), b. 1853; m. , Lily Florence, dau. 

of Lewis Edward Nolan, Roscommon. Post. add. — 

JAFFE (U.O., 1900). Argent, a chevron azure, between 
in chief two chaplets and in base a ship in full sail on waves 
of the sea all proper, on a chief gules, the Castle of Ham- 
burg of the first between two lions passant or. Mantling 
azure and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, 
an eagle displayed, with wings inverted between two oak 
branches all proper. Motto — " Deus nobiscum." 

Sons of Daniel Joseph Jaffe, b, 1809 ; d. 1874 ; m. 1838, 

Frederica, d. of Joseph Josephy of Parchim, Mecklen- 

burgh : — 

Joseph John Jaffe, Esq., J. P. (ret.) co. Down, formerly 

Pres. Belfast Chamber of Commerce, b. 1843 ; m. 1873, 

Anna Emilie, d. of the late Dr. Theophilus Gluge. Pes.— 

38 Promenade des Anglais, Nice, France ; Chaumont. 

Neuchatel, Switzerland. Clubs— Roy. Societies, Riviera 

(Nice). 

Sir Otto Jaffe, Kt. Bach. (1900), J.P., LL.D., Lord 
Mayor of Belfast 1899 and 1904, and (1901) High Sheriff, b. 
1846; m. 1879, Paula, d. of Moritz Hertz of Brunswick ; and 
has issue — (1) Arthur Daniel Jaffe, Esq., M.A. Kings Coll., 
Barrister-at-Law Inner Temple, b. 1880 [m. 1909, Marie 
Strauss, and has issue — Peter John Jaffe, Esq., b. 1914 ; 
Andrew Michael Jaffe, Gentleman, b. 1923 (Pes. — 17 The 
Vale, S.W.3. Club— Athenaeum)]; (2) William Edward 
Berthold Jaffe, Esq., M.A. Emmanuel Coll., Camb. , b. 
1883 [m. 1924, Jessie, d. of the late Alexander McRae of 
Rossshire, and has issue — Alexander Jaffe, Gentleman, b. 
1925 (Pes. — 88 Elm Park Road, S.W.3)]. Pes. — 3 
Upper Phillimore Gardens, W.8. Clubs — Royal Societies, 
Reform (Belfast). 

JAFFRAY (H. Coll., 1892). Argent, three pallets sable, 
on a fesse cottised gules, four mullets or. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a 
mound in front of two branches of palm in orle vert, a 
mullet or. Motto — " Post nubila Phoebus." 

Sons of Sir William Jaffray, 2nd Bart, of Skilts, co. 

Warwick, J. P., D.L. B.A. (Cambs.), b. 1852 ; d. 1914 ; 

m. (1st), Mabel Augusta (d. 1886), d. of Sir Francis 

Scott, 3rd Bart. ; (2nd), 1889, Alice Mary, d. of Francis 

Galloway of Hereford : — 
Sir William Edmund Jaffray, 4th Bart, of Skilts (8 Oct. 
1892), Major Warwicksh. Yeo., b. 1895; m. 1923, Synolda 
Emily, d. of James Augustine Harvey Thursby Pelham of 
Upton Cressett, Salop. Seat — Skilts, co. Warwick. Club 
— Arthur's. 

Hugh Alexander Jaffray, Esq., Capt. nth Hussars, b. 
1896; m. 1924, Ruth.d. of Lt.-Col. Basil Spragge, D.S.O.. 
of Denbie, Lockerbie; and has issue — Michael John 
Jaffray, Gentleman, b. 1925. Pes. — 

JALLAND of Holderness House (H. Coll.). Gules, two 
bars or, on a chief enarched ermine, three bezants. Mant- 
ling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 
talbot's head erased or, charged with two bars gules, on 
each three bezants. Motto— " Invicta fides." Livery — 
Dark blue. 

Son of Boswell Middleton Jalland, Esq., J. P., D.L., of 

Holderness House, b. 1788; d. 1880; m. 1851, Emily, 

only child of John Williams, Esq., J. P., of Penlee, 

Devon : — 

Boswell George Jalland, Esq., J. P. co. Forfar and E. 

Rdg. , Yorks. , b. 1853 ; m. 1876, Bertha Augusta, d. of 

Carl Christian Brochner of Sutton Hall, Yorks. ; and has had 

issue — (1) George Middleton Bertram Jalland, Gentleman, 

b. 1879; (2) Boswell Lionel Jalland, Gentleman,^. 1883; 

(3) Douglas Christian Emmott Jalland, Gentleman, b. 1885; 

(4) Cyril Vincent Dorian Jalland, Gentleman, b. 1889; (5) 
Boswell Victor Jalland, Gentleman, b. 1895 • killed on 
active service 1917 ; Ethel Emily ; and Maud Muriel. 
Estate— Broomfleet, Hull. Seat — Holderness House, Hull. 
Pes.— Anlaby House, Hull. 



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JAMES (H. Coll.)- Gules, on a fesse nebuly, between 
three unicorns' heads erased argent, as many escallop shells 
proper, in the centre chief point a Passion-cross of the 
second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath 




of the colours, a unicorn's head erased argent, charged on 
the neck with an escallop gules, and supporting in the 
mouth a Passion-cross also gules. Motto — " Memor. " 

Sons of Francis James, Esq., J. P., F.S.A., of Edge- 
worth Manor, Cirencester, d. 1895 • m - I %56. Ann, 
dau. of William Green of Londonderry : — 
Rev. Frank James, Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of 
Edgeworth, Glos. , M.A. (Oxford), b. 1859; m. 1883, Mary 
Alicia Pearle, d. of Henry Wylde Jackson of Haverhill, 
Suffolk ; and has had issue — (1) John James, Gentleman, b. 
1883; ( 2 ) Frank James, Esq., Major late Indian Cavalry, 
b. 1885; (3) Henry Radcliffe Todd James, Esq., Comdr. 
R.N., b. 1886 [m. and has issue — 2 sons] ; (4) Humphrey 
Middleton James, Gentleman, b. 1887; d. 1892; and 
Margaret Mary. Post. add. — Edgeworth Rectory, Glos. 

Alfred James, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. — Edgeworth 
Manor, Glos. 

Son of Major Edward lite James (South Lancashire 
Regt.), b. 1867; d. 1903 ; m. , Marie Louisa, d. of 

Sir Robert Edis, C.B.: — 
Francis Walter Tite James, Gentleman, b. 1900. Res. — 

JAMES. Gules, a dolphin embowed or. Mantling 
gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, an 
ostrich argent, beaked and legged or. Motto — " J'ayme 
a'jamais." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Walter Henry James, 2nd Baron 
Northbourne, b. 1846 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1868, Edith 
Emmeline Mary, d. of John Lane, of King's Bromley 
Manor, Staffs. : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Walter John James, 3rd Baron North- 
bourne, oT Betteshanger, Kent, and Jarrow Grange, 
Durham (5th Nov. 1884), 4th Bart. (July 28, 1791) 
I Supporters — Two eagles argent, each gorged with a plain 
collar gules, pendent therefrom an escutcheon of the 
arms], J. P., M.A. Oxford, b. 1869 ; m. 1894, Laura 
Gwenllian, d. of Adm. Sir Ernest Rice, K.C.B., of 
Sibertswold Place, Kent ; and has issue — Hon. Walter 
Ernest Christopher James, b. 1896 [m. 1925, Katherine 



Louisa, d. of G. Nickerson, of Boston, U.S.A: ; and 
has issue — Christopher George Walter James, Esq., 
b. 1926] ; Hon. Dorothea Gwenllian [m. 1922, Randal 
Hugh Smith] ; Hon. Mary Beatrix [m. 1926, Nicholas 
Llewelyn-Davies] ; Hon. Jane Margaret. Seats — 
Betteshanger, Eastry, Kent ; Evistones, Otterburn, 
Northumberland. Clubs — Travellers', Athenaeum, 

Burlington Fine Arts. 

Hon. Cuthbert James, C.B. E., M.P. for Bromley since 
1919, Lieut.-Col. (ret.) R.M., Maj. East Surrey Regt., 
and late Egyptian Army and Egyptian Civil Ministry 
of Interior, b. 1872 ; m. 1905, Florence Marion, d. of the 
late Hassey Packe ; and h as issue — Thomas James, Esq. , 
b. 1906 ; Olivia Mary ; Joan Rosamund. Res. — The 
Dower House, Forty Hill, Enfield. Clubs — Beefsteak, 
Brooks's. 

Hon. Robert James, J. P., b. 1873 ; m. 1st, 1900, Lady 
Evelyn Wellesley {d. 1922), d. of 4th Duke of Wellington ; 
2nd, 1923, Lady Serena Lumley, d. of 10th Earl of Scar- 
borough ; and has issue (by 1st marriage) — Arthur 
Walter James, Esq., Lieut. Gren. Gds. , b. 1904 [m. 1929, 
Zita Mary, d. of Nico Jungman] ; (by 2nd marriage) — 
Ursula Mary Rose. Res. — St. Nicholas, Richmond, 
Yorks. Club — Bachelors'. 

Sons of Hon. Wilfrid James (youngest son of 2nd Baron 
Northbourne, see above), b. 1874; d. 1908; m. 1900, 
Margaret (Woodlands, Adisham, Canterbury), d. of 
late John Stogdon, of Harrow: — 
John Wilfrid James, Esq., b. 1900. Res. — 
Henry Norman James, Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. — 

JAMES GEORGE JAMES, Esquire, J. P. co. of Mon- 
mouth. Born 1831, being the eldest son of the late Edmund 
James of Tynewydd and Blaen Nant, both in the co. of 
Monmouth. Armorial bearings — Per pale argent and 




or, a dragon's head erased sable, holding in the mouth a 
sinister hand apaumee couped at tl e wrist gules, on a 
chief of the third, a pick-axe between two lions rampant all 
of the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— Upon 
a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion vert, in the mouth a 
sinister h;md and holding in the dexter paw a pick-axe both 
as in the arms. Motto — " Ymdrech-i-drechu. " Seats — Ty- 
Newydd Blackwood, Bedwelty, co. Mon. , Blaen Nant, 
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JAMES of Bristol (H. Coll.). Azure, a chevron paly 
of six or and argent, between two lions passant in chief 
and a dolphin in base or. Mantling azure and or. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, upon the battlements of a 
tower gules, an estoile or. Motto — " Providentia tutamur." 

Only surv. son of Sir Edward Burnet James, Knt. 

Bach., Lord Mayor of Bristol 1904-5 and 1907-8, b. 

1875 > d - l 927 . m. 1883, Mabel Amelia, d. of the late 

Sir George William Edwards, J. P., of Bristol: — 
Gilbert Sydney James, Esq., Maj. R.F.A. (T.F.), b. 
1892 ; m. 1918, Evelyn, d. of Brig-Gen. Robert Davenport 
Vizard, of Pembroke Estate, Ceylon. Res.— Springfort, 
Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 

JAMES (H. Coll.). Per chevron or and argent, two 
chevronels sable, between as many dolphins naiant in chief 
proper and a garb in base vert, Crest— On a wreath of 




the colours, in front of a garb or, charged with an acorn 
slipped vert, a dolphin naiant proper. Motto — "Tiens foi." 
Sons of John Charles Horsey James, Esq., Judge 01 
the Supreme Court of Western Australia, b. 1841 ; d. 
19 ; m. 1885, Rebecca Catherine, d. of Charles H. 
Clifton: — 
Evelyn Harold Clifton James, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. 
— Highfield, near Lydney- on -Severn, Gloucestershire; 
Perth, Western Australia. 
Percival Arthur Clifton James, Gentleman, b. 1887. 
Eustace Alfred Clifton James, Gentleman, b. 1889. 
Meredith Charles Clifton James, Gentleman, b. 1894. 
Meyrick Edward Clifton James, Gentleman, b. 1897. 

JAMES (H. Coll.). Or, on a chevron between two 
ostriches in chief and a dolphin naiant in base sable, a 
billet of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — Upon 
a wreath of the colours, upon the battlements of a tower or, 
an ostrich sable, holding in the beak a billet also or. 
Motto — " J'aime a jamais." 

Son of William Dodge James, Esq., C.V.O. (1908), 
J. P. and D.L., b. 1854; d. 1912 ; m. 1889, Evelyn 
Elizabeth, eld. d. of Sir Charles John Forbes, Bart., of 
Newe: — 
Edward Frank Willis James, Gentleman, b. 1907. Seat — 
West Dean Park, Chichester. 

JAMES (U.O., 18 May 1809). Quarterly vert and gules, 
a cross argent, charged with a ship in full sail proper, between 
four anchors azure, in the first and fourth quarters a dolphin 



naiant of the third, between three cross crosslets or, in the 
second and third a lion passant guardant of the last, 
between three trefoils slipped argent. Crest — Issuing from 
a ducal coronet or, a swan proper, beaked gules, holding 
pointing to its breast a dart or, feathered argent. Mottoes — 
(over crest), "A jamais " ; (under arms), " Pro Deo, patriae, 
rege." 

Sons of Francis Edward James, Esq., M.A., b. 1816 ; d. 
1886 ; tn. 1849, Helen Donald, d. of John Fullarton of 
Burnside House, Largs : — 
Sir John Kingston Fullarton James, 3rd Bart. (19 March 
1823), b. 1852. Club— Windham. 

Gavin Fullarton James, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb.), 
Barrister-at-Law, b. 1859. Res. — 

Francis Edward James, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. — 
Edward Albert James, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res — 
Club— Constitutional. 

Fullarton James, Esq., C.B.E., M,A. (Camb.), 
late Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal Scots Fus. , Barrister-at-Law, 
Chief Constable of Northumberland, b. 1864 ; tn. 1899, 
Helen Mary, M.B.E. , d. of J. K. Hichens of Beech Grove, 
Sunninghill, Berks.; and has issue — Penelope Helen Fullar- 
ton ; and Isabel Mary Fullarton. Res. — Stobhill, Morpeth, 
Northumberland. Clubs — Oxford and Cambridge ; New 
(Edinburgh). 

Herbert William James, Gentleman, b. 1873. 
Sons of Charles Henry James, Esq. , late Senior Official 
Assignee of Court of Bankruptcy in Ireland, formerly 
Capt. and Paymaster R. Ayrshire Rifles, b. 1828 ; d. 
1912 ; tn. 1859, Katherine Mary (d. 1875), d. of Rev. 
John Rowley, LL. D. and niece of Adm. Sirjosias 
Rowley, Bart., G.C.M.G., K.C.B. :— 
John Rowley Kingston James, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res. 
Charles Pierce Rowley James, Gentleman, M.A., b. 1864 ; 
tn. 1893, Florence, d. of James Edmund Cuppadge of 
Tamnagharrie, co. Down; and has issue— Rowley Kingston 
James, Gentleman, F.R.G.S., b. 1902 [m. 1926, Vera Leon- 
tine, d. of Arnold F. Bideleux, of Havre] ; and two daus. 
Res.— 

Son of Kingston Gerald Henry James, Gentleman, b. 
1870; d. 1920 ; tn. 1898, Pauline Estelle, d. of Armand 
DOursy, B.A:— 
Gerard Bowes Kingston James, Gentleman, b. 1899. 
Res.— 

JAMES (Confn. U.O., 1878). Party per pale gules and 




azure, on a chevron engrailed between three lions passant 
guardant or, as many purses sable. Mantling gules and or* 



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Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a hart's head erased 
proper, charged on the neck with a fleur-de-lys azure. Motto 
— " Jaime jamais." Livery — Claret and gold. 

Sons of John James of Coolruss Park, co. Wicklow, 

b. 1800; d. 1882; m. 1836, Mary, d. of James 

Hopkins: — 

Rev. Matthew Hopkins James, LL.D., late Vicar of 

St. Thomas's, Hull, b. ;m. ; and has issue. Res.— 

Rev. Nicholas Hopkins James, D.D., late Rector of 

Clonfeacle and Canon of Armagh, b. 1849. Res. — 



Sir Alexander Jardine, 10th Bart, of Applegirth, 
co. Dumfries (Nova Scotia, 15 May 1672), b. 1868; s. 
his brother 1915 ; m. 1914, Winifred, d. of the late 
Maj. Young, of Lincluden House, Dumfries, and has 
issue — William Edward Jardine, Esq., b. 1917; Christian 
Maule. Res. — Ravenswood, Annan, Dumfries-shire. 



JARDINE (L.O.). Argent, on a saltire gules, five 
crescents or, on a chief of the second, three mullets of the 



JAMES (H. Coll,, 5 Jan. 1927). Sable, on a chevron 
couped between two lions passant regardant in chief, and 
in base a lion passant or, a water-bouget between two 
escallops of the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion regardant or, 
gorged with a collar flory counterflory sable, and holding 
between the paws a water-bouget as in the arms. Motto — 
" Vive ut postea vivas." 

Eldest son of Robert James, of Regent's Park, N.W., 
*. 1805 ; d. 1894 ; m, 1829, Ann, d. of Robert Burton, 
of Braintree, Essex : — 
Robert May Christopher James, Gentleman, b. 1840 ; m. 
1865, Euphemia, d. of John Spital Miller, and has issue- 
Howard James, Gentleman, b. 1869 [m. 1900, Edith Maira 
Smith] ; Stanley James, Gentleman, b. 1877. Res. — 
Broad field, Crawley, Sussex. 



JAMESON (H. Coll.). Or, a saltire azure, between 
two roses gules, barbed and seeded proper in pale, and 
as many hanks of cotton also proper in fesse, on a 
canton of the second a caduceus of the first. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest — Issuant out of a mural crown or, 
a galley proper. Motto — " Acta non verba." Livery — 
Yellow and blue. 

Youngest son of J. Jameson, of Heywood Hall, 
Lanes., and Armathwaite, Cumberland, b. ; 

d. 1897 ; m. : — 

John Bland Jameson, CLE. (1919), Lieut.-Col. I.M.S. 
(ret.), served N.W. Frontier, India, 1897-8 (despatches), 
Tirah Campaign 1897-8 (Clasp), Great War 1914-19 (de- 
spatches, CLE.), b. 1864 ; m. 1900, Ethel, d. of the late 
B. Whitney-Jones, of Leamington, and has issue — John 
Bland Jameson, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Barbara. Res. — 
Morton House, Kingsworthy, Hampshire. Club — Naval 
and Military. 



MAURICE EYRE FRANCIS BELLINGHAM 
JAMESON, Gentleman. Born May 9, 1888, only child of 
the late James Francis Jameson, Esq. J. P., Capt. and Hon. 
Major 4th Batt. Connaught Rangers, and formerly Lieut. 
98th Foot and 7th Dragoon Guards (eldest son of Rev. 
John Jameson of Windfield, by his wife Isabella Anne, 
dau. of the late Gen. Sir Harry David Jones, G.C.B.) 
by his wife Helen Maud, eldest dau. of the late William 
Jameson of Montrose, co. Dublin. Armorial bearings 
— Azure, a saltire or, cantoned in chief and flanks by 
Roman galleys proper, and a bugle-horn in base of the 
second. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath ot 
the colours, a Roman galley proper, the sail gules, charged 
with a lion passant guardant or; and for Motto, "Sine 
metu." Livery — Dark blue, scarlet waistcoat ; facings, dark 
blue velvet. Seat — 



JANNS, see DUDLEY- JANNS. 



JARDINE, see BUCHANAN-JARDINE. 



JARDINE of Applegirth (L.O. 1706). Argent, a 
saltire and chief gules, the last charged with three mullets 
of the field. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest- 
On a wreath of his liveries, a spur-rowel of six 
points argent. Supporters — On the dexter, a horse at 
liberty proper ; on the sinister, a man in armour, 
having a scimitar at his side proper. Motto — " Cave 
adsum." 

Second son of Sir Alexander Jardine, 8th Bart., 

b. 1829; d. 1893; m. 1861, Henrietta (d. 1925), d. 

of the late William Younger, of Craigielands, co. 

Dumfries : — 




third. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— A spur- 
rowel of six points argent. Motto — "Cave adsum." 

Eldest son of William Jardine, Dryfe House, Cape 
Town, b. 1837 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1865, Mary Jane, d. of 
James Connor of Armagh, Ireland : — 
William Jardine, Esq. , Major Res. of Officers, b. 1867 ; 
m. 1893, Mary Hester Nott, d. of John Burness of Retford, 
in Garvock, Kincardineshire; and has had issue — (1) 
Douglas Graeme Burness Jardine, Esq., M.C., Capt. High- 
land L.I., and Flight-Comdr. R.A.F., b. 1894; killed in 
action 1918 ; (2) Alexander Halliday Jardine, Gentleman, 
B.Sc. , b. 1902; Flora Lockhart [m. Capt. J. J. Kruger] ; 
Joyce; and Avenel Murray. Estate and res.— " Applegarth," 
Sir Lowry's Pass, Cape Colony. Club— City (Capetown). 

JARDINE of Godalming (H. Coll., 29 Feb. 1916). 
Gules, a saltire argent, charged in the centre point with 
a lotus-flower proper, on a chief of the second, six mullets 
of the first. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a mullet 
of six points pierced gules, between two palm branches 
proper. Motto — " Cave adsum." 

Surv. sons of Sir John Jardine, 1st Bart., K.C.I.E., of 

Godalming, b. 1844 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1880, Minnie 

Dunbar, d. of Jabez Hogg, M.R.C.S. : — 

Sir Colin Arthur Jardine, 3rd Bart. (20 Jan. 1916), 

D.S.O., M.C., Capt. R.A., served Great War 1914-19 

(despatches, D.S.O. with Bar, M.C.), b. 1892 ; m. 1919, 

Jean Evelyn Livesey, d. of Maj. -Gen. Sir W. A. Liddell, 

K.C.M.G. ; and has issue — Ian Liddell Jardine, Esq., 

b. 1923 ; Elizabeth. Res. — Deepcut, St. George's Hill, 

Weybridge ; Mariners, Frinton-on-Sea. Club — United 

Service. 

Lionel Westropp Jardine, Esq., I.C.S., Capt. 5th 
Queen's Roy. Regt. (T.A.), served Great War 19 14-18 
(despatches), and Mesopotamia 1920-1, b. 1895 ; m. 
1922, Marjorie, d. of Brev.-Maj. R. J. Woods, O.B.E.. 
of Englefield Green ; and has issue — Barbara Ann ; anr 
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Kenneth William Seymour Jardine, Esq., 2nd Lieut, 
(ret.) R.F.A., b. 1899 ; m. 1926, Katharine Frances, d. 
of Cranswick Noad, of Mount Tabor House, Perth. 

Geoffrey David Jardine, Esq., Lieut. 5th Batt. The 
Queen's Roy. Regt., b. 1901. 

Raymond Angus Jardine, Esq., b. 1903. 

JARDINE of Nottingham (H. Coll., 8 Mar. 1920). 
Argent, a saltire couped and in chief three mullets 
pierced gules. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, three 
mullets as in the arms, each pierced by an arrow palewise 
or, feathered vert. Badge — Within the attires of a stag 
or, a cross botonnee argent. Motto — " Faciam hercle 
sedulo." 

Son of John Jardine, of Nottingham : — 

Sir Ernest Jardine, Bart. (1919), Chevalier Legion 
d'Honneur, M.P. East Somerset 1910-18, b. 1859 ; m. 
1883, Ada Jane, d. of James Fletcher of Nottingham ; 
and has issue — John Jardine, Esq., b. 1884 ; Edna Wini- 
fred, M.B.E. [m. 1919, Harold Fortington, O.B.E. 
(Res. — 410 Park Avenue, New York)] ; Iris Gwendoline 
[m. 1919, John O'Connell, Lieut. N.Z. Rifle Brigade. 
(Res. — Avalon, Huntington Drive, Nottingham)]. Seat 
— The Park, Nottingham. Clubs — Constitutional, Carlton. 

DAVID JARDINE JARDINE, Esquire, of Jardine 
Hall, Lockerbie, N.B. , of Larriston Hall, Newcastle- 
ton, N. B., of Corrie Lodge, Lockerbie, N.B., and of 
Tinwald and Torthorwald, co. Dumfries; M.A. , D.L. and 
T.P. co. Dumfries, F.R.G.S., Barr.-at-Law, Member Royal 
Company of Archers (King's Bodyguard for Scotland). 
Born 1847, being the only son of the late James Jardine of 
Jardine Hall, Dryfeholm, and of Larriston Hall, by his wife 
fessie, d. of John Johnston of Limes, N.B. Armorial 




bearings— Parted per pale argent and or, a saltire gules, 
on a chief of the third, three mullets of the first. Mantling 
gules, doubled argent; and upon a wreath of the colours is set 
for Crest, a spur -rowel gules. Motto— "Cave adsum." 
Livery — Black, dark blue and yellow waistcoats, and facings. 
Married, 1887, Mary Angela, dau. of the late Sir Charles 
I'ilston Bright, Knight Bachelor, M.P. , of Badsworth Hall, 
Yorks. , Banner Cross, and Carbrook Hall, and has 



Issue — Ronald James Jardine, Gentleman, b. 1893; and 
Dorothy Agnes Jessie. Seats — Jardine Hall, Lockerbie, 
N.B. ; Larriston Hall, Newcastleton, N.B. ; Corrie Lodge, 
Lockerbie, N.B. ; Tinwald and Torthorwald, N.B. Clubs 
—Boodle's, Travellers', Pratt's, Union, Raleigh, Carlton. 

JARRETT (H. Coll.). Argent, on a saltire gules, a 
jay between one in chief and one in base in pale proper. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a torteaux, a monkey statant proper, 
encappe and chained or. Motto — " En Dieu est mon 
esperance." Livery — Drab, scarlet facings. 

Sons of Col. Henry Sullivan Jarrett, CLE. (1895), 
Indian Army, Assist. Sec. Legislative Dept. Govt, of 
India 1870-94, b. 1839; d. ; m. 1874, Agnes 

Delacour(AVy. — South Lodge, EastGrinstead, Sussex), 
d. of Francis Lestock Beaufort, Bengal Civ. Ser., 
son of Adm. Sir Francis Beaufort, K.C.B. : — 
Charles Harry Brownlow Jarrett, Gentleman, Royal 
Munster Fus. , b. 1874. 

Hubert Cecil Delacour Jarrett, Gentleman, 19th Punjabis, 
b. 1876. 

Aylmer Vivian Jarrett, Gentleman, York and Lancaster 
Regt., b. 1879. 

Rev. Cyril Beaufort Jarrett, b. 1881. 

Aubrey Francis Vincent Jarrett, Esq., M.C., Bt. Lt.- 
Col. Royal Artillery, Instructor in Gunnery, Larkhill, 
Salisbury Plain, b. 1884. 

JARVIS of Hascombe Court, Surrey (H. Coll., 13 Jan. 
1922). Azure, a chevron between two martlets in chief 
and a cinquefoil in base all or. Mantling azure and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a cinquefoil 
or, a martlet azure. Badge — A daisy and a columbine in 
saltire both leaved and slipped proper, enfiled by a circlet 
or. Motto — " Progredere." 

Eldest son of Joseph Charles Jarvis, of The Bourne, 

Harpenden, Herts., b. 1854; d. 1925; m. 1875, 

Caroline, d. of Thomas Cannell : — 

Sir (Joseph) John Jarvis, 1st Bart. (24 Jan. 1922), 

of Hascombe, Surrey, b. 1876 ; m. 1901, Bessie, d. of 

Edwin Woodfield, of Foretrees, Enfield; and has had 

issue — Arnold Adrian Jarvis, Esq., b. 1902; Dennis 

Dudley Jarvis, Esq., b. 1910 ; d. 1929 ; Joyce Jeanne ; 

Brenda Beryl. Res. — Hascombe Court, nr. Godalming, 

Surrey. Club— Carlton. 

JARVIS of Toronto (H. Coll., 25 Oct 191 5). Or, a 
pale azure, six ostrich feathers three and three counter- 
changed. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, two lions' heads erased and addorsed, the 
dexter argent, collared azure, the sinister azure, collared 
argent, between as many holly leaves proper. Motto — 
"Sans Dieu rien." 

Eldest surv. son of William Dummer Powell Jarvis, 
Barrister-at-law, of Osgodde Hall, Toronto, b. 182 1 ; 
d. i860 ; m. 1850, Diana, d. of Capt. Jacob Aemilius 
Irving, 13th Lt. Dragoons, of Montega Bay, 
Jamaica : — 
Edward Aemilius Jarvis, Esq., Banneret of Quebec, 
J. P., co. York, Ontario, Hon. Lt.-Col. Governor-General's 
Bodyguard, b. i860 ; m. 1886, Elizabeth Margaret 
Harriet Augusta, d. of Sir Aemilius Irving, K.C. ; and 
has had issue — William Dummer Powell Jarvis, Gentle- 
man, b. 1892 ; killed in action 1915 ; Aemilius Irving 
Jarvis, Esq., Maj. (Res.), b. 1894 ; Samuel Peter Jarvis, 
Gentleman, b. 1903 ; Mary Powell ; Bertha Margaret ; 
Augusta Louisa. Seat — Hazelburn, York, Ontario. Res. 
— Hazelburn House, Toronto. Clubs — Toronto, York, 
R. Canadian Yacht, Toronto Hunt. 



ROBERT HERBERT HEATH JARY, Esquire, late 
Major 12th Lancers, J. P. cos. of Bedford, Lancaster, 
Leicester, and Norfolk (High Sheriff 1901), D. L. , served 
in the Kaffir War 1851-1852, the Crimea and Indian 
Mutiny. Born 1830, being the second son of the late W. 
H. Jary, Esq., of Blofeld Lodge, Norfolk, J. P., D.L. 
Armorial bearings — Gules, on a pile ermine, between two 
lions rampant respecting each other or, three roses two and 
one of the field ; and upon an escutcheon of pretence the 
arms of Bromilow, namely gules, on a chevron invected 
plain cottised or, between three lions' heads erased of the 
last, a dove between two cross crosslets fitchee of the first. 



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Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, out of clouds two arms in armour embowed, the 
hands proper, supporting a rose as in the arms. Motto — 




"Mens conscia recti." Married, 1862, Julia H. M., only 
dau. of the late D. Bromilow of Bitteswell Hall, Leicester- 
shire. Seats — Bitteswell Hall, Lutterworth ; Burlingham, 
co. Norfolk; South Walsham, Norwich. Clubs — United 
Service, Army and Navy. 

J ATI A (H. Coll., 20 July, 1923). Per fesse argent 
and azure, two tridents in saltire proper, from each a 




pennon flowing outwards gules, charged with a fesse or, 
over all in base the sun in splendour proper, thereon a 



swastika also gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest 
— A representation of a Siva temple proper. Motto — 
" Ora et labora." Livery — Blue and white. 

Son of Ramjidas Jatia, of 21 Rupchand Roy's 

Street, Calcutta : — 
Rai Bahadur Sir Onkar Mull Jatia, Knt. Bach. (1922), 
O.B.E., b. 1882 ; m. and has issue — Kanai Lall Jatia, 
b. 1 90 1. Res. — The Yulebank, Bally ; Hillview, Jasidih, 
Calcutta. Club — Calcutta. 

JAYNE (H. Coll., 12 Nov. 1917). Argent, a bend 
azure, charged with two crosses pattee or, and surmounted 
by a sun in splendour proper. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant from clouds a 
dexter arm embowed the hand holding a torch fired all 
proper. Motto — " Numen lumen." 

Son of the late John Price Jayne, of Seal, Kent, 
and Henbury, Glos., b. 1838 ; d. 1910 ; m. 1858, 
Susan, d. of John Smith, of Horncastle, Lincoln- 
shire : — 
Arthur Alfred Jayne, Esq., D.S.O., O.B.E. (mil.), M.C., 
A.M.I.E.E., Lt.-Col. R. Corps, of Signals late R.E., b. 
1878 ; m. 1904, Dora Alice, d. of Thomas Dickason, of 
St. John's Wood, London, and has issue — Arthur Leonard 
Jayne, Gentleman, b. 1911 ; and Yvonne Frances. Res. 
— 34 Wilton Road, Edinburgh. 

JEBB (H. Coll.). Quarterly vert and or, in the first 
quarter a falcon close argent, belled of the second, in the 
fourth a lure in pale of the third. Mantling vert and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a falcon with wings 
expanded proper, belled or, standing on a lure fessewise 
argent. Motto — "Speet labore." Livery — Dark green, 
buff facings. 

Sons of Joshua Gladwyn Jebb, Esq., of Barnby Moor 
House, Notts. , Capt. 54th Foot (son of Maj.-Gen. 
Sir Joshua Jebb, K.C.B.), b. 1839 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1870, 
Hon. Alice Caroline Dundas, d. of Hon. and Rev. 
Charles Dundas, Rec. of Epworth, and sister of 6th 
Visct. Melville : — 
Sydney Gladwyn Jebb, Esq., late temp. Capt. R.G.A., 
J. P. Yorks. , b. 1871 ; m. 1899, Rose Eleanor, d. of late Maj.- 
Gen. Hugh Chichester, R.A., of Pilton House, Barnstaple ; 
and has issue — Hubert Miles Gladwyn Jebb, Esq., b. 1900 ; 
Dorothy Mary ; and Marjorie Rose. Club — Army and 
Navy. 

Joshua Henry Miles Jebb, Esq., D.S.O., Col. (ret.) 
Manchester Regt., b. 1875; m. 1923, Gwendoline Gladys, 
d. of W. Yarnold, of Godmanchester ; and has issue — 
Philip Nicholas Miles Jebb, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and 
Claudia. Res. — The Lees House, Willesborough, Kent. 

Gladwyn Dundas Jebb, Esq., C.M.G., C.B.E., D.S.O., 
Col., late Deputy-Dir. of Recruiting at War Office 1925, 
Brig. -Com. 126th E. Lanes. Inf. Bde. (T.A. ) 1927, 
b. 1877 ; m. 1912, Norah May, only d. of Major-Gen. 
S. H. Lomax ; and has issue — David Gladwyn Jebb, 
Gentleman, b. 1912. Club — Army and Navy. 

Son of Rev. HenryGladwyn Jebb, M.A., F.S.A., J. P., 

of Firbeck Hall, Yorks., b. 1826; d. 1898 ; m. 1853, 

Emma Louisa, d. of Robert Ramsden of Carlton 

Hall, Notts :— 

Henry Scrope Frescheville Jebb, Esq., J. P. for West 

Rdg. Yorks., late 3rd Hussars, b. 1867 ; m. 1st, 1888, Evelyn 

Lucy, d. of Rev. Edward Biistow Philips-Wynne, Rector 

of Shoeburyness, and widow of Capt. Francis Michael 

Goold-Adams ; and has surv. issue — (1) Henry Cecil 

Edward Jebb, Gentleman, b. 1889 ; 2nd, 1908, Winifred, 

d. of late Thomas Marriott-Dodington of Horsington ; and 

has further issue — (2) Samuel Henry Dodington Jebb, 

Gentleman, b. 1909; and Winifred Mary Gladwin. Res. — 

St. Cross, Hoddesdon, Herts. Club — Athenaeum. 

Son of John Joshua Jebb, Gentleman, b. 1830; d. ; 

m. , Georgiana Hutton, d. of Rev. Dr. Roy, Rector 

of Shirbeck : — 

George Samuel William Jebb, Gentleman, b. ; m. 

1908, Georgina Martha, d. of Charles Thomas Tunnard, 

Esq., J. P. Res.— 

Son of Avery Jebb, Gentleman, late Lieut. 85th Regt., 
b. 1842; d. 1917 ; m. , Susan Clara, d. of Col. 

Boddam Whetham of Kirklington Hall, Notts. : — 
Avery Gladwyn Jebb, Gentleman' b. ; m. , and 

has issue. Res. — 

Son of John Beridge Gladwin Jebb, Gentleman, late 
Lieut. 88th Regt., b 1841 ; d. ; m. 1st, 1876, 

Bertha, d. of Hon. J. Macdougall, of Toronto ; 2nd, 
Clara, : — 



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Ralph Gladwyn Jebb, Gentleman, b. • m . 

Res. — 

Son of Charles William Jebb, Gentleman, formerly 60th 
Rifles, b. 1814 ; d. ; m . 1840, Eliza, d. of John 
Yerbury of Shirehampton : — 
John de Witt Jebb, Esq., Major late Scottish Rifles 

b. ; m. 1885, Edith Victoria, d. of William Murphy 

of Mount Merrion, co. Dublin. Res.— 

JEFFCOAT (H. Coll.). Azure, a dovecote or, between 
two flaunches of the last, each charged with a sword erect of 
the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath 




of the colours, a dovecote within park pales proper. 
Motto — " Dum spiro spero." 

Sons of James Henry Jeffcoat, Esq., Dep. Surg.-Gen. 
Medical Staff, b. 1837 ; d. 1922 ; m. Anna Margarita 
Sophia, d. of late Frederick William Hertzog, Surv.- 
Gen. Cape of Good Hope ; — 
Frederick Hugh H. Jeffcoat, Esq., Capt. Ind. Army. 
Rev. Frederick William Hertzog Jeffcoat, M.A. Res.— 
Bergvliet, Diep River, nr. Capetown. 

Rev. Reginald Jeffcoat, M.A. Res.— 5 Berkeley Square. 
Bristol. 

Algernon Cautley Jeffcoat, Esq., C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., 
Col. Roy. Fus., served in S. African War 1899-1902, present 
at relief of Ladysmith, Colenso, Spion Kop (desp., D.S.O.), 
and Great War 1914-19, b. 1877 ; m. 1st, 1906, Mabel (d. 
1907), d. of late William Burrows ; 2nd, 1910, Ethel, d. of 
J. R. Temperley. Club — Naval and Military. 

JEFFCOCK (H. Coll., 3rd July 1882). Sable, three 
pickaxes or, on a chief argent, a cross pate"e gules between 
two ravens of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest— 
Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a mount of coal 
therefrom issuant a dexter arm embowed grasping a coal- 
pick all proper, a cross patee argent. Motto, " Persevere." 
Livery — Dark blue, with brass buttons. 

Sons of Rev. John Thomas Jeffcock, M.A., F.S.A. , 
Rector of St. Peter's, Wolverhampton, and Preb. 
of Lichfield, b. 1834; d. 1896; m. 1861, Alicia Anne, 
d. of Rev. Salisbury Everard, Vicar of Swaffham, and 
Hon. Canon of Norwich : — 
William Parkyn Jeffcock, Esq., late Capt. Yorks. 
Dragoons Yeo., b. 1865. Seats— Cwmcarvan Court, Mon- 
mouth ; Lydart, nr. Chepstow, Monmouth. 

Charles Jeffcock, Gentleman, b. . Res — 2 West 

Bank, Sea View, I.O.W. 

JEFFCOCK (H. Coll., 3 July, 1882). Sable, three 
pickaxes or, on a chief argent, a cross patee gules between 
two ravens of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — 



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Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a mount of coal 
therefrom issuant a dexter arm embowed grasping a coal- 




pick all proper, a cross patee argent. Motto — " Perse- 
vere." Livery — Dark blue, with brass buttons. 

Only son of James William Gully Philip Jeffcock, 

Esq., Major in the Army, late Capt. Inniskilling 

Dragoons, J. P. Notts. ; b. 1864 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1891, 

Marian Phoebe, 4th d. of John Brendon Curgenven, 

of Craven Hill Gardens, W., and Tretawn, St. Kew, 

Cornwall : — 

William Phillip Jeffcock, Gentleman, late Lieut. Scots 

Guards (S.R.), b. 1891. Res.— Sun Hill, Royston, Herts. 

Clubs — Junior Carlton, Guards'. 

JEFFERSON, see DUNNINGTON-JEFFERSON. 

JEFFREYS (H. Coll.— Crest regd. Oct. 1614, Ped. and 
37 qrngs. regd.). Ermine, a lion rampant and a canton 
sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath 
of the colours, a demi-lion rampant or, holding in the dexter 







paw alaurel wreath proper. Motto — " Pob dawn o Ddvw." 
Livery— (full dress), coat pale stone colour, canary facings, 
silver buttons, canary plush breeches ; (undress), dark blue 
coat, yellow facings. 



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Son of Gen. Edmund Richard Jeffreys, C.B. , b. 1808; 
d. 1889 ; m. 1844, Mary, d. of Col. P. Vans-Agnew, 
C.B. , of Barnbarrocb, Wigtownshire: — 
Major-Gen. Henry Byron Jeffreys, C.B. (1904), C.M.G. 
(1917), late R.H.A., served in S. Africa 1899-1901, being 
present at actions of Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill, A.A.G. Madras 1891-5, in command R.H.A. Alder- 
shot 1902-3, Chief Staff Officer S. Africa 1904-7, served 
Great War 1914-16, comdg. 13th Div. and later a reserve 
•centre, Col. Comdt. R.A. 1923, b. 1854; tn. 1888, Marion, 
only child of lateCapt. Burlton-Bennet, Warwicksh. Regt. ; 
and has issue — (1) Robin Edmund Jeffreys, Esq., D.S.C. , 
Comdr. R.N., b. 1890 [tn. 1917, Marjorie Hobbs. and has 
issue— John Darell Jeffreys. Gentleman, £. 1919; Edmund 
Henry Jeffreys, Gentleman, b. 1921] ; (2) Anthony Henry 
Jeffreys, Gentleman, Clerk to the House of Lords, b. 1896 
[tn. 1921, Dorothy Bertha Tufnell] ; and Mona Editha [tn. 
1919, Col. Douglas Brownrigg, D.S.O.]. Res. — 30 Adelaide 
Crescent, Hove, Sussex. Club — Naval and Military. 

Son of John Jeffreys, Esq., of Canterton Manor, 

Lyndhurst, B.A. (Oxon.), J. P., C.C. co. Hants,, 

Elective Verderer of the New Forest, b. 1845 ; d. 1922 ; 

tn. Florence Hall, second d. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir W. 

Atherton, M. P., Attorney-Gen. : — 

Arthur Henry Jeffreys, Gentleman, b. 1872; tn. 1901, 

Pearl (d. 1920), third d. of W. R. Newton of Woodburn, 

N.S.W., and has issue — John Robert Jeffreys, Gentleman, 

£.1902; Arthur Jeffreys, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; Florence 

Elizabeth ; Barbara Pearl ; and Gwendolen Mary. Res. — 

Delegate Station, Delegate, N.S.W. 

Sons of Robert Jeffreys, Esq., Commander R.N. , 

b. 1875 ; lost at sea 1915 ; tn. 1908, Dorothy May, 

only d. of Col. Willoughby Verner.late Rifle Brigade :— 

Robert David Jeffreys, Gentleman, b. 1912. 

Robert Rudolph Jeffreys, Gentleman (posthumous), b. 

I9IS- 

Yngr. sons of John Jeffreys (see above). 

John William Jeffreys, Esq., D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. Durham 
Light Infantry, b. 1876 ; m. 1906, Evelyn Katherine, d. of 
late Major Gordon Douglas, R.M.A., and has issue — 
Peter John Jeffreys, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Richard Marma- 
duke Jeffreys, Gentleman, b. 1912. Club — Naval and 
Military. 

Walter Marmaduke Jeffreys, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb.), 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 1878; tn. 1913, Kathleen Alicia 
Elizabeth, elder d. of Samuel Pittam of Dordon, War- 
wickshire ; and has issue — Darell Marmaduke Jeffreys, 
Gentleman, b. 1918 ; and Margaret Elizabeth Helen. 
Res. — 6 Brookvale Road, Southampton. 

Edmund Valentine Jeffreys, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b. 1893. 
Only son of Rt. Hon. Arthur Frederick Jeffreys of 
Burkham, Hants., P.C., J.P., D.L..M.P., Barrister-at- 
Law, Dep. -Chairman House of Commons 1902-5, 
Pari. Sec. to Local Govt. Board, 1905, b. 1848 ; d. 
1906; tn. 1877, Amy Constantia, eld. d. of George J. 
Fen wick, Esq., D.L. , J. P., of Pelton, co. Durham: — 

Major-Gen. Sir George Darell Jeffreys, K.C.V.O., C.B., 
C. M.G., late Grenadier Guards, served Nile Exped. 1898, 
S. Africa 1900-02, Great War 1914 18, G.O.C. London 
1920-24, comdg. 43rd Wessex Div. 1926, D.L. and J. P. 
Hants., Knight of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav, 
St. Stanislaus (Russia), Grand Officier Order of Leopold 
(Belgium), Order of the Crown and Croix de Guerre 
(Belgium), Legion of Honour and Croix de Guerre 
^France), Rising Sun 2nd cl. (Japan), b. 1878 ; m. 1905, 
Dorothy, d. of J. P. Heseltine of Walhampton, Hants., and 
widow of Lionel, Viscount Cantelupe ; and has issue — 
Christopher John Darell Jeffreys, Esq., 2nd Lieut. Gren. 
Guards, b. 1907. Seat — Burkham House, Alton, Hants. 
Town res. — 51 Hans Place, S. W. Clubs — Guards', Carlton, 
Ranelagh. 

JEHANGHIR of Bombay (H. Coll., 1908). Azure, a 
sun in splendour within an orle of mullets or, on a canton 
argent, a rose gules slipped proper in bend surmounting a 
lotus-flower in bend sinister also proper. Mantling azure 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount 
vert, a column thereon flames of fire all proper. Motto 
— (over crest), " Burning I shine " ; (under arms), " My life 
is His who gave it." 

Nephew and adopted son of late Sir Cowasjee Jehanghir, 
Readymoney, C.S.I. , of Malabar Hill, Bombay: — 

Sir (Jehanghir) Cowasjee Jehanghir, 1st Bart. (1908), 
Kt. (1895), J. P. for Bombay, £. 1853; tn. 1875, Dhunbai, 
d. of late Ardeshir Hormusjee Wadia of Lowjee Castle, 
Bombay ; and has issue — Sir Cowasjee Jehanghir, K. C. I. E. , 



O.B.E., M.A. (Camb.), J. P. Bombay, b. 1879 [tn. 191 1, 
Hilla Hormarji Wadia, grand-dau. of Sir Jamsetjee 
Jejeebhoy, Bart., and has issue — 3 sons] ; Cooverbai ; and 
Meherbai. Res. — Readymoney House, Malabar Hill, 
Bombay ; Readymoney Villa, Poonah ; Readymoney 
Lodge, Matheran, Bombay ; 23 Church Gate Street, Fort 
Bombay. Club — Asian (Bombay). 

JEJEEBHOY of Bombay (H. Cell.). Azure, a sun rising 
ab.ve a representation of The Ghauts in base and in chief 
two bees volant all proper. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, therecn 
a peacock amidst wheat, and in the beak an ear of wheat 
all proper. Motto — " Industry and liberality." 

Son of Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, 4th Bart., b. ; 

d. 1908; tn. 1869, Goolbai Rustamjee Wadia: — 

Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, 5th Bart. (1857), K. C.S.I. , J. P. 
Bombay, Pres. of Zoroastrian Community in India, b. 1878 ; 
tn. 1906, Serenebai Jalbhoy Ardaser Sett ; and has issue — 
Cowasjee Jejeebhoy, Esq., b. 1909; and 2 daus. Seats — 
Mazagon Castle, Bombay ; Fountain Hall, Poena. 

Sir HERBERT JEKYLL, K.C.M.G., Colonel late 
Royal Engineers. Born Nov. 22, 1846, being the 
fourth, and eldest surviving, son of the late Edward Joseph 
Hill Jekyll of Wargrave Hill, in the county of Berkshire, 
formerly Captain Grenadier Guards, b. 1804 ; d. 1876 ; 
tn. 1836, Julia, daughter of the late Charles Hammersley 
of 25 Park Crescent, London. Entered Royal Engineers 
1866, became Captain 1878, Major 1886, Lieutenant- 
Colonel 1892, and Colonel 1896 ; served in Ashantee War, 
1873-1874 ; was Private Secretary to the Earl of Carnarvon 
when Secretary of State for Colonies, 1876-1878 ; Secretary 
to Colonial Defence Committee, 1878, 1879, and to Royal 
Commission on the Defence of British Possessions and 
Commerce Abroad, 1879-1882; Secretary to Colonial 
Defence Committee 1885 ; Private Secretary to the Viceroy 
of Ireland (Earl Carnarvon), 1885, 1886 ; Secretary to Royal 
Commission on Melbourne Centenary Exhibition, 1888, 
1889 ; Private Secretary to the Viceroy of Ireland (Baron 
Houghton), 1892-1895; Secretary to Royal Commission on 
Paris International Exhibition of 1900-1901, in 1897 ; Assist. - 
Sec. to Board of Trade 1901-1911 ; and was created 
a K.C.M.G., 1901 ; Bailiff Grand Cross, sometime 
Chancellor of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England. Armorial bearings (Confd. Vn. 
Essex 1620) — Quarterly, 1. or, a fesse between three hinds 
trippant sable ; 2. lozengy argent and sable, a chief per 
fesse dancettee or and azure ; 3. gules, two wings inverted 
and conjoined in lure argent, and in chief a crescent for 
difference ; 4. argent, crusily fitchee sable, three boars' heads 
erased gules ; and upon an escutcheon of pretence for 
and in right of his wife, the arms of Graham, namely or, 
on a chief invected ermine, three escallops of the field ; 
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a horse's 
head couped argent, bridled and studded ; with the Motto, 
" In Deo confido." Livery — Black coat, great-coat and 
trousers, black and yellow striped waistcoat, with brass 
buttons. Married, December 29, 1881, Agnes Lowndes, 
D.B. E. , J. P. Surrey, Lady of Justice of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, sixth and youngest 
daughter of the late William Graham, Esq., of 35 Grosvenor 
Place, London, D. L. , J. P. and formerly M.P. for Glasgow ; 
and has Issue — Francis Walter Jekyll, Esq., b. Nov. 20, 
1882 ; Barbara [w. 1st, 1911, Hon. Francis W. S. M'Laren, 
M.P. (d. 1917) ; 2nd, 1922, Col. Bernard C. Freyberg, 
V.C., C.M.G. , D.S.O. ; and has issue] ; and Pamela Mar- 
garet [tn. 1908, Rt. Hon. Reginald M'Kenna, M.P. , First 
Lord of the Admiralty ; and has issue]. Postal address — 
Munstead House, Godalming. Clubs — Athenaeum, 
Burlington Fine Arts. 

JELF (H. Coll.). Per chevron engrailed azure and 
ermine, in chief two doves argent, beaked and legged 
gules and in base three cinquefoils two and one of the last. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a stork with wings elevated argent, beaked and 
legged gules, in the beak a trefoil slipped vert, and on 
the breast a cross patee of the second, the dexter claw 
resting on a fleur-de-lys or. 

Sons of George Edward Jelf, D.D., Master of the 
Charterhouse, b. 1834 ; d. 1908 ; tn. ist, Fanny 
Crawley (d. 1865) ; 2nd, 1876, Katharine Frances 
Dal ton : — 
George Edward Jelf, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 



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18G5 ; m. Eleanor Margaret Halcombe. Res. — Heather- 
cliff, Alum Chine Road, Bournemouth. 

Arthur Selborne Jelf, Esq.,C.M.G., Col.-Sec. of Jamaica, 
M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1876 ; m. 1st, 1908, Blanche (d. 1917), 
d. of John Connell ; 2nd, 1923, Evelyn, d. of Alfred 
Hard castle, and has issue — (1) Arthur George Jelf, 
Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. The Buffs, b. 1909 ; (2) Christopher 
Blomfield Jelf, Gentleman, Cadet R.N. ,b. 1912; (3) Hector 
Gordon Jelf, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; and Katharine. Res. 
— Kingston, Jamaica. Club — Athenaeum. 

Philip Wordsworth Montgomery Jelf, Gentleman, 
Assist. Natiye Commr. N. Rhodesia, b. 1884 ; m. Dorothy 
Hudson, and has issue — Una Margaret. Res. — Abercorn, 
N. Rhodesia. 

The late Charles Gordon Jelf, Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. 
The Buffs, b. 1886 ; killed in action in France 1915. 

Sons of Sir Arthur Richard Jelf, Knt. Bach., Judge of 

the High Court, b. 1837 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1867, Jane 

(d. 1924), d. of the late Rev. William Clark King, 

Vicar of Norham, Northumberland : — 

Ernest Arthur Jelf, Esq., M.A. (Oxon.), Master of the 

Supreme Court, and Prescribed Officer for Election 

Petitions, Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1868 ; m. 

1895, Rose Frances (d. 1923), d. of the late Robert 

William Reeves, D.L. of Besborough, co. Clare, and has 

ssue — (1) Arthur Cary Jelf, Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. (ret.) 

R.N., b. 1897 [m. 1924, Mary Belinda, 2nd d. of Major 

Simpson- Way, R.M.L.I., of Henbury, Glos., and has 

issue— Nowell FitzCary Jelf, Gentleman, b. 1928] ; (2) 

Richard William Jelf, Gentleman, Lieut. R.A., b. 1904 

[w. 1928, Nowell, yngst. d. of Major Simpson-Way, 

R.M.L.L, of Henbury, Glos.] ; and Grace Evelyn. Res. 

— St. Mary's Cottage, Wraxwell Lane, Pinner. Club — 

Athenasum. 

Charles Richard Jelf, Esq., M.A. (Oxon.), late Head- 
master of King's College School, Cambridge, b. 1873 ; m. 
1899, Frances Mary Alice, d. of Rev. the Hon. A. F. 
Northcote, Hon. Canon of Bury St. Edmund's, and has 
i ssu e — Cecilia Jane Alice ; and Margaret Frances Mary. 
Res. — Trapstile, Lustleigh, S. Devon. 

Herbert William Jelf, Esq., Master of the Supreme 
Court, Chancery Division, M.A. (Oxford), served Great 
War in R.N.V.R., b. 1882. Res.— 177 St. James's 
Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W.i. Clubs — United Uni- 
versity, R.A.C., R. Thames Yacht, Leander. 

Sons of Col. Richard Henry Jelf, C.M.G., R.E., D.L., 

of Offcote Hurst, Ashbourne, co. Derby, b. 1844 ; 

d. 1913 ; tn. 1869, Margaret, d. of the late Professor 

J. J. Blunt :— 

Brig.-Gen. Rudolf George Jelf, C.M.G., D.S.O., 

Col. (ret.), K.R.R.C, served Chitral Exped. 1895 (medal 

and clasp), S. Africa 1899-1902 (Queen's medal, 3 clasps ; 

King's medal, 2 clasps), and Great War 1914-19, as 

Brig.-Gen. (desp. 5 times, D.S.O., C.M.G.), b. 1873 ; 

tn. 1919, Kathleen, d. of the late Rowe Green. Postal 

address — The Rough, Chobham Road, Camberley, Surrey. 

Club — Naval and Military. 

Arthur Roylance Jelf, Gentleman, I.C.S. (ret.), b. 1875 ; 
m. 1914, Mary Pauline, d. of late Col. George Savile 
Foljambe, C.B., of Osberton, Worksop, and has issue — 
Wilfrid Edmond Jelf, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Angela 
Violet. Res. — The Malt House, Bibury, Glos. Club — 
E.I. United Service. 

Henry Francis Donhoff Jelf, Esq., Comdr. (ret.) R.N., 
b 1877. Res. — n Albert Road, Southport. 

Col. Wilfrid Wykeham Jelf, C.M.G., D.S.O., R.H.A., 
appointed A.A.G. for R.A. at War Office 1927, served 
S. Africa 1899-1902 (desp., Queen's medal, 5 clasps, 
King's medal, 2 clasps), and Great War 19 14-18 with 
R.H.A., and later comdg. a Bde. of R.F.A. (desp., D.S.O., 
C.M.G.), b. 1880 ; tn. 1906, Cicely Helen, d. of the late 
John George Child of Stallington Hall, Stafford, and 
has issue — Richard Hill Jelf, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; 
Roderic Wilfrid Roylance Jelf, Gentleman, b. 19 14 ; 
and Lilah Margaret. Res. — Offcote Hurst, Ashbourne, 
co. Derby. Club — Naval and Military. 

John James Jelf, Esq.. J.P. co. Derby, late Egyptian 
C.S., b. 1882. Res. — Yeldersley Hall, Derby. 

LOUIS WILLIAM JELF-PETIT, Esquire, J.P. cos. 
Denbigh, Carnarvon, Stafford, and Berks., formerly Lieut. 
H.M.'s 15th Regt. Born July 8, 1853, being the second 
surviving son of Rev. W. E. Jelf, B.D. (son of the late Sir 
lames Jelf), and Maria Katherine, dau. of John Hayes Petit 
(assumed the name of Petit by Deed-Poll, dated 1886, 
but not by Royal Licence). Armorial bearings— Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, per chevron engrailed azure and ermine, in 



chief two doves, beaked and legged gules, in base three 
cinquefoils two and one of the last (for Jelf) ; 2 and 3, 
gules, a dexter arm issuing fesseways from a cloud in the 
sinister, the hand holding the fasces erect proper, the 
head of the axe between two mullets in chief argent (for 
Petit). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a stork with wings elevated argent, beaked 
and legged gules, in the beak a trefoil slipped vert, and 
on the breast a cross patee of the second, the dexter claw 
resting on a fleur-de-lys or (for Jelf). Married, June 6, 
1877, Helen, dau. of Rev. C. T. Vincent ; and has Issue — 
An only dau., Elsie Louisa Vincent. Estate — Redcourt,, 




Lichfield. Res. — Monktons Mortimer, Berks. Club — Naval 
and Military. 

JELF-SHARP (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a 
fesse azure between two cross crosslets fitche'e in chief and 
a mullet in base sable, within a bordure wavy gules (for 
Sharp) ; 2 and 3, per chevron engrailed azure and ermine, in 
chief two doves argent, beaked and legged gules, in base 
three cinquefoils, two and one of the last (for Jelf). Livery 
— Dark blue, red pipings and waistcoat. 

Eld. d. and coh. of the late Henry James Jelf-Sharp, 
Esq., Lt.-Col. Scots Guards, late of Kincarrathie, Perth, 
and Meadowside, Twickenham, by his wife Rosa Har- 
riette Lenox, d. of the late George W. Lenox of Port- 
land Place, London : — 
Rose Lenox Clare, m. 1903, Algernon Edward Jelf- 
Reveley, Esq., D.L. , J. P., of Brynygwin, Merioneth. Res. 
— Bronygader, Dolgelley. 

JELLETT (U.O. ). Ermine, on a bend engrailed plain 
cottised sable between two crosses bottone"e or, three lucies, 
heads erased argent , each collared with a bar-gemel gules. 



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Mantling sable and argent. Crest On a wreath of the 
colours, a dove, holding in its bill an olive-branch all proper, 




Imitari quam 



Villiers-Stuart, D.L.. 
Giianawn, Piltown, 



gorged with a bar-gemel gules. Motto- 

invidere. " 

Sons of Very Rev. Henry Jellett, D D. , Dean and 
Ordinary of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, b. 1821 ; 
d. 1901 ; m., 1853, Elizabeth Rebecca, d. of James 
Morgan, Esq., J. P., of Tivoli House, Cork : — 
James William Henry Jellett, Gentleman, b. 1865, 

m. 1918, Marie Violet, d. of Lt.-Col 

of Castlane, Carrick-on-Suir. Res. 

co. Kilkenny. 

Henry Jellett, Gentleman, M.D. (Dub.), b. 1872; m. 

1903, Mary Gwendoline, eld. d. of Francis Henry Mowbray 

Leader, Esq., J. P., of Classas, Coachford, co. Cork; and 

has issue — Francis Henry Leader Jellett, Gentleman, b. 

1905 ; and Gwendoline Stella Leader Jellett. Res. — 

Rosnalee, Fendalton Road, Christchurch, N.Z. 

JELLICOE (H. Coll., 10 Feb. 1917). Argent, three 
bars wavy azure, over all a whale hauriant sable. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Out of a naval 
crown or, a demi-wolf azure. Supporters — On either side 
a sea-griffin or. Motto — " Sui memores merendo." 
Livery — Blue. 

Second son of Capt. John Henry Jellicoe, of Ryde, 
Isle of Wight, b. 1825 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1857, Lucy 
Henrietta [d. 1916), d. of Dr. John Rushworth 
Keele, of Southampton : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl 
Jellicoe, and Viscount Brocas of Southampton (1925), 
Viscount Jellicoe of Scapa, Orkney (1918), G.C.B., 
G.C.V.O., O.M., Hon. LL.D. (Cambridge), Hon. D.C.L. 
(Oxford), Adm. of the Fleet, Com.-in-Chief Grand Fleet, 
1914-16, 1st Sea Lord of the Admiralty, 1916-17, 
Governor-Gen. and C.-in-C. Dominion of New Zealand, 
1920-24, has Order of St. George (Russia), Grand Cross 
Legion of Honour, Grand Cordon of Leopold (Belgium), 
Grand Cross of Savoy (Italy), Grand Cross of Rising Sun 
(Japan), Croix de Guerre (France and Belgium), D.S.M. 
(America), b. 1859; m. 1902, Florence Gwendoline, d. of 
Sir Charles Cayzer, Bart. ; and has issue — George Patrick 
John Rushworth Jellicoe, commonly called Viscount 
Brocas, b. 1918 ; Lady Gwendoline Lucy Constance 
Rushworth ; Lady Myrtle Grace Brocas ; Lady Norah 
Beryl Cayzer; Lady Prudence Katherine Patton. 
Res. — St. Lawrence Hall, Ventnor, Isle of Wight ; 
80 Portland Place, W. Clubs — Bath, United Service, 
Naval and Military, Bachelors', Flyfishers'. 

JENINGS (U.O., Conf. 2 April 1910). Or, a cross 
gules, in the first and fourth quarters a dexter hand couped, 



in the second and third a lion rampant sable. Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 
cat's head aft rontee erased sable, charged on the neck with 
a cross crosslet or. Motto — " Ung roy, ung foy, ung 
loy." 

Sons of Ulick Albert Jenings, Esq., Lt.-Col. late Army 
Medical Staff and nth Foot, M.D. 1865, b. 1842; 
d. 1920; in. 1877, Isabel Creagh, eld. d. of Simon 
Creagh, grandson of Simon Creagh of Dangan, co 
Clare : — 
Ulick Creagh Jenings, Gentleman, b. 1879. ^ eai — 
Ironpool, Tuam, co. Galway. 

Herbert Creagh Jenings, Esq., Capt. late 5th Lancers, 
b. 1882. 

JENKIN, see PRYCE-JENKIN. 

JENKINS, formerly of Bicton and Cruckton, co. Salop 
(H. Coll., 1880). Barry of six azure and ermine, on a pile 
between three annulets or, a lion rampant regardant sable. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a mural crown sable, 
a lion passant regardant or, supporting with the dexter paw 




an escutcheon barry of six azure and ermine, charged with 
anannuletor. Motto — " Pergesedcaute." Livery — (Dress), 
Blue, gold facings, yellow plush breeches, yellow stockings, 
gilt garters, buttons, and buckles ; (undress), blue coat and 
overcoat, yellow facings, yellow or striped blue and yellow 
waistcoat. 

Son of Robert Edward Arthur Jenkins, Lieut. Bengal 
Staff Corps, b. 1848 ; d. 1876 ; m. 1873, Hannah, d. of 
S. Turnbull : — 
Charles Edward Jenkins, Esq., J. P. co Salop, Major 
(ret.), late 13th Hussars and Shropshire Yeo. ; served 
S. Africa 1900-02, and Great War 1914-18, b. 1875 ; m. 1904, 
Helen Muriel, d. of Maj.-Gen. John Tayler, late R.A. ; 
and has issue — Robert Vanbrugh Jenkins, Gentleman, b. 
1906; and Gwladys Muriel. Seats — Charlton Hill and 
Brosley Hall, Salop. Res. — Brooksbank, Cadnam, Hants. 
Clubs — Cavalry, Shropshire (Shrewsbury). 

The Late EDWARD JENKINS, Esquire, J. P. and 
D.L. for the county of Radnor, for which he served 
the office of High Sheriff in the year 1870. Born August 24, 
1823, being the eldest son of the late Edward Jenkins, 
Esquire, of Nant-y-groes, in the county of Radnor, Justice 
of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, by Mary his wife, 
daughter and coh. of the Reverend John Pateshall Pyefinch, 
Clerk in Holy Orders, Vicar of Westbury, in the county 
of Salop. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : 
Gules, a lion rampant within a bordure indented or, on a 
chief argent, three hearts of the first ; and for his Crest, 
on a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant or, holding 
between the forepaws an escallop gules, and resting the 



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dexter hind paw on a plate charged with a heart as in the 
arms; with the Motto, " Bwy a gadel bwy." Livery— 




Chocolate, brass buttons. Married, i860, Margaretta, only 
surviving child and heiress of the Reverend John Jenkins, 
of The Grove, Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Kinel, in 
the county of Hereford, Vicar of Norton, and Perpetual 
Curate of Whitton, in the county of Radnor ; and died 
leaving Issue— An only child, Rosa [married to John Alfred 
Bradney, Esquire (to whom refer)]. 

JENKINS of Herbert Park, Armidale, N.S.W. (H. 
Coll.). Per pale argent and or, on a chevron indented gules 
between three cocks of the last, as many martlets of the 
second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath 




of the colours, a cock gules between two trefoils slipped or, 
and holding in the beak a like trefoil vert. Motto—" Fe 
dal am daro." Livery — Dark green, scarlet vest. 



Sons of George Henry Vaughan Jenkins, Esq., J.P„ 
Queensland and New South Wales, b. 1852 ; d. 1909 ;. 
m. 1883, Beatrice Mary, d. of late Hon. R. C. Herbert 
of Orleton, Salop:— 
Richard Charles Cludde Jenkins, Gentleman, b. 1893. 
Seat— Herbert Park, Armidale, New South Wales. 

Victor George Herbert Jenkins, Gentleman, b. 1897. 
Seat— Tara, Woolhook, New South; Wales. 

Sons of Richard Lewis Jenkins, M.R.C.S.E., formerly 

of Nepean Towers, New South Wales, and Callandoon, 

Queensland, sometime Member of the Legislative 

Assembly, b. 1816; d. 1883; m. 1851, Mary Rae, d. of 

Major E. J. Johnstone, 50th Regt. :— 

Edward Johnstone Jenkins, Gentleman, M.D. (Oxon.), 

b. . Res.— 185 Macquarie Street, Sydney. Club— 

Union (Sydney, New South Wales). 

Major Richard Lewis Hay Blake Jenkins, Capt. and Hon. 
Major late Royal Australian Artillery, served in South 
Africa 1900-2 (Queen's medal, three bars, King's medal, two 
bars), b. 1866 ; m. 1893, Blanch Eliza, d. of George Brown, 
Singleton, N.S.W. ; and has issue — (1) Godfrey Blake 
Jenkins, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; (2) Evan Stuart Jenkins, 
Gentleman, b. 1906; and Emily Mary Gwendolen. Seat 
—Belmont, Hornsby, New South Wales. Club— Australian 
(Sydney, New South Wales). 

JENKINS (H. Coll.). Sable, on a pile between two 
tilting-lances erect or, a lion rampant guardant of the 
field. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, issuant from the battlements of a tower proper, 
a demi-lion guardant sable, supporting a tilting-lance 
erect or. Motto—" Perge sed caute." 

Son of : — 

John Garton Jenkins, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

Loxwood, Upper Carlisle Road, Eastbourne. 

JENKINS, formerly of Bicton (H. Coll., 25 Oct. 1838) 
Or, a lion rampant regardant sable, a chief embattled 
azure, thereon a representation of two hills flanking a valley 
that on the sinister side surmounted by a building called an 
" Ead Gah" or place of festival proper, the whole super- 
inscribed with the word " Seetabuldee " in letters of gold. 
Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a mural crown sable, 
a lion passant regardant crowned with an Eastern crown 
or, the dexter paw supporting a flagstaff in bend sinister 
proper, therefrom flowing a flag swallow-tailed gules, in- 
scribed with the word " Nagpore " in letters of gold. 

Yr. sons of Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B., D.C.L., J. P., 
D.L., b. 1785 ; d. 1853 ; m. 1824, Elizabeth Helen, 
d. of Hugh Spottiswoode : — 

Charles Jenkins, Esq., b. 1831. Res. — 

Arthur Jenkins, Esq., b. 1833. Res — 

Edward Gordon Jenkins, Esq., b. 1838; m. 1906, Eliza- 
beth, d. of late Robert Shaw Worthington, Barr.-at-Law, 
of Dublin. Res. — 

JENKINSON. Azure, a fesse wavy argent, charged 
with a cross patee gules, in chief two estoiles or. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a sea-horse assurgent or, maned azure, supporting 
a cross patee gules. Motto — " Pareo non servio." 

Son of Capt. John Banks Jenkinson, Rifle Brigade 

(elder son of Sir George Banks Jenkinson, 12th Bart.), 

b. 1881 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1907, Joan, d. of Col. Joseph 

Hill, C.B., of Wollaston Hall, Wellingborough :— 

Sir Anthony Banks Jenkinson, 13th Bart. (18 May, 

1661), b. 1912 ; s. his grandfather 1915. Seat — Hawkes- 

bury, Chippenham, Wilts. 

Yngr. son of Sir George Banks Jenkinson, 12th 

Bart., b. 185 1 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1880, Madeline (d. 1927), 

d. of Arthur H. Sumner, of Hatchlands, Surrey : — 

Thomas Banks Jenkinson, Esq., M.C., Lieut, (ret.) 

Royal Monmouthshire Engineers, b. 1884. Res. — 

JENNER (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 6. azure, two 
swords in chevron argent, hilted and pommelled or, between 
three covered cups of the last (Jenner, 1684) ; 2. or, a fesse 
between three crescents azure, the latter issuing flames 
proper (Poe) ; 3. argent, on a chevron between three wood- 
bills sable, three mullets pierced of the field (Fust) ; 4. gules, 
two chevrtnels argent between three lozenges or (Hyde) ; 
5. per chevron gules and or, three elephants' heads counter- 
changed, a chief or (Saunderson) Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, two swords 
in saltire argent, hilted and pommelled or, supporting 
a covered cup of the last. Motto — "A Deo rex, a 



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rege lex." Livery — Mulberry-coloured coat, crimson 
facings, crimson and white striped waistcoat, silver buttons 
and lace, black velvet breeches, white stockings. 

Son of Hugh Jenner, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Hereford, 
J. P. co. Glamorgan, b. 1831 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1862, Char- 
lotte Anne, d. of Evan Williams, Esq., J. P. and D.L., 
of Duffryn Frwd : — 
Rev. Hugh Cecil Robert Francis Jenner, M.A., J. P. 
co. Hereford, formerly Vicar of Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset, 
b. 1872; m. 1900, Mary Baskerville, eld. d. of Prebendary 
Lunt, Rector of Walcot. Bath; and has issue— Elaine 
Mary ; Margaret ; Agnes Patience ; and Charlotte Rowena. 
Seat— Wenvoe Castle, Cardiff. Res.— Venn wood, Here- 
ford. 

Sons of Rev. Edmund Jenner, B.A. Camb. , b. 1833; 

d. 1878; m. Ellen, d. of Rev. John Greenwood, D.D., 

Headmaster of Christ's Hospital, Fellow of Peterhouse, 

Camb. , .Rector of Cole Engaine, Essex : — 

Rev. Robert Christopher Jenner, M.A. , Clerk in Holy 

Orders, formerly Rector of Tifneld, b. 1868; m. 1st, 1895, 

Isabella Martha, d. of Rev. William Masters Pyne, Rector 

of Oxted, Surrey ; 2nd, Helen Margaret, d. of Timothy E. 

Cobb, of Adderbury, Oxon. , and has issue — Ella Dorothy. 

Res. — Lime Tree House, Bampton, Oxon. 

Gilbert Jenner, Gentleman, M.A., Headmaster of Hazel- 
wood, Limpsfield, 1906-17, b. 1872; m. 1912, Ellen Agnes, 
eldest d. of Charles Arthur Close, Esq., J. P., M.A. , B.C.L., 
of Stonehurst, Limpsfield, Surrey. Res.— Snatts Barn, 
Limpsfield. 

Son of Herbert Jenner Fust, Esq., J. P., LL.D., 
of Hill Court, b. 1806; d. 1904; m. 1835, Maria 
Eleonora, d. of George Norman of Bromley Common, 
Kent:— 
Herbert Jenner Fust, Esq., M.A., J. P. (q.v.). 
Son of Edwin Arthur Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1850; 
d. 1908; m. 1879, Edith Sarah, d. of F. H. Janson of 
Chislehurst : — 
Charles Herbert Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1888. Res.— 
Ygst. son of Rev. Charles Herbert Jenner, M.A., Rector 
of Wenvoe, b. 1809 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1833, Fanny, d. of 
James Hales, of Norwich : — 

Rev. George Herbert Jenner, M.A., formerly Rector of 
Wenvoe, Rural Dean of Penarth, b. 1852; m., 1st, 1877, 
Mary Hales, d. of Rev. Wm. Grigson, M.A., Rector of 
Whinbergh, co. Norfolk ; 2nd, 1907, Julia, d. of Rev. Arthur 
Shadwell, Rector of Little Ilford ; and has issue— (r) Herbert 
Lancelot Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; (2) Raymond Francis 
Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1890 ; Caroline Elizabeth Mary ; 
Fanny ; Norah Margaret ; and Hilda Mary Lascelles. 
Res.— The Elms, Winslow, Bucks. Club— Union (Oxford). 
Son of George John Henry Jenner, Gentleman (son of 
Edward Francis Jenner), b. 1851 ; d. 1902; m. 1873, 
Elizabeth Haworth, d. of Thomas Havard of Toronto, 
Canada : — 
George Edward Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. — 
Sons of Edward Francis Jenner, Gentleman, Principal 
Registrar of H.M. Court of Probate, b. 1814 ; d. 1894 ; 
m. 1842, Elizabeth Theresa, d. of John Saunders of 
Reigate : — 
Herbert Jenner Fust Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1852; m. 1st, 
1876, Hephzibah Lewington Ashfield ; 2nd, 1889, Francis 
Maud Hare ; and has issue — Two sons and three daus. 
Augustus Henry Cresswell Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1859. 
Sons of Augustus Frederick Jenner, Esq., Col. nth 
Regt. of Foot, b. 1816 ; d. 1908; m. 1850, Caroline 
Catherine (d. 1901), d. of Gen. Edward Buckley 
Wynyard : — 
Herbert Augustus Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1851 ; m. 1875, 
Maud Mary Webb ; and has issue— Five sons and two daus. 
Res. — Capetown. 

Oswald Wynyard Jenner, Gentleman, b, 1861 ; m. 1st, 
1899, Louisa Elenor Butcher ; 2nd, 1907, Elizabeth Frances 
Alice, d. of late David John Syme of Chagford, Devon. 
Res. — Chagford, Devon. 

Son of Edward Lascelles Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1855 ; 
A. 1911 ; m. 1890, Blanche, d. of John Murly, of East 
Coker, Somerset : — 

Jenner, Gentleman, b. 

Sons of Montagu Herbert Jenner, Gentleman, District 
Registrar of H.M. Court of Probate at Gloucester, 
b. 1817; d. 1893; m. 1849, Amelia, d. of Arundel 
Rogers of Helston, Cornwall : — 
Montagu Arundel Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1853. Res. — 
Edwin Francis Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1856. Res.— 
Frederick Fitzherbert Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1858. Res.— 
Ven. Algernon George Edward Jenner, formerly Arch- 



deacon of Fond-du- Lac Diocese, Wisconsin, U.S.A. ,b. 1859 ; 
m. 1885, Marie Antoinette, d. of Jean Bouvet, of New 
Orleans ; and has issue— George Herbert Augustine Jenner, 
Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

Rev. Ernest Lascelles Jenner, b. 1865 ; m. 1896, Edith 
de Wint, d. of John Burrup of Gloucester; and has issue 
— (1) John Montagu Lascelles Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; 
[m. 1925, Dorothy Ada, d. of Thomas Robert Henry 
Waiters, of Cardiff; and has issue— one dau.]; (2) Henry 
Ernest Lascelles Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1900; (3) Cyril 
David Lascelles Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; and Mary 
Margaret. Res. — Penmaen Rectory, Swansea. 

Arthur Herbert Jenner, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; nt. 1895, 
Mabel Gertrude, d. of Augustus William Donaldson ; and 
has issue — Five sons and one daughter. 

Son of Rt. Rev. Henry Lascelles Jenner, Bishop of 

Dunedin, New Zealand, b. 1820; d. 1898; m. 1847, 

Mary Isabel (d. 1900), d. of Capt. William Finlaison, 

R. N . , Governor of Ascension : — 

Henry Jenner, Gentleman, M.A. , F.S.A., formerly (1870- 

1909) Assistant Librarian in the British Museum, b. 1848 ; 

m, 1877, Kitty Lee, d. of William John Rawlings of 

Hayle, Cornwall; and has issue — One daughter. Res.— 

Bospowes, Hayle, Cornwall. 

Sir WALTER KENTISH WILLIAM JENNER, 2nd 
Baronet (1868), D.S.O., Lt.-Col. (R.P.), formerly 9th 
Lancers. Born Oct. 12, i860, being the eldest son of 
the late Sir William Jenner, 1st Baronet, of Harley Street, 
Cavendish Square, in the parish of Marylebone, co. Middle- 
sex, G.C.B. , Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Civil Law, 
Doctor of Laws, F.R.S., Physician in Ordinary to Queen 
Victoria, by his wife Adela Lucy Leman, second dau. 
of Stephen Adey of Gloucester Place, Portman Square. 
Armorial bearings — Per chevron azure and or, in chief 
two estoiles of the last, and in base a serpent nowed proper, 
all within a bordure engrailed ermine, impaling the arms 
of Stewart, namely, or, a fesse chequy azure and argent, 
between in chief two garbs azure and in base an Eastern 
crown gules, the escutcheon being charged with his badge 
of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling azure and or. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a lamp with 
three branches argent, suspended by three chains or, fired 
proper. Motto — "Fide et labore." Married, 1893, Flora 
Alice (d. 1921), eldest d. ofF.-M. Sir Donald Martin Stewart, 
Bart., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., CLE. ; and has surv. issue— Esme' 
Flora Stewart. Seat — Greenwood, Durley, Hants. Res. — 
Lytes Cary, Kingsdon, Somerset. Clubs — Naval and 
Military. Cavalry. 

HERBERT JENNER-FUST, Esq., M.A., J.P. (High 
Sheriff 1912) for the county of Gloucester, and one of the 
General Inspectors of the Local Govt. Board 1884-1906, 
Lord of the Manor and Patron of the living of Hill. Born 
Aug. 14, 1841, being the only son of the late Herbert Jenner- 
Fust, Esq., Justice of the Peace for the county of Gloucester, 
Doctor of Laws of the University of Cambridge, Barrister- 
at-Law, by his wife Maria Eleonora, third d. of George 
Norman, Esq., of Bromley Common, in the county 
of Kent, Justice of the Peace for that county. Armorial 
bearings — Quarterly, 1. counter-quartered i. and iiii., 
argent, on a chevron between three wood-bills erect sable, as 
many mullets pierced of the field (Fust) ; ii. and iii., azure, 
two swords erected in chevron argent, hilts and pommels 
or, between three cups covered gold (Jenner) ; 2. grand 
quarter, Jenner as above, with a crescent for difference; 
3. or, a fesse between three crescents azure, issuing flames 
proper (Poe) ; 4. Fust; 5. gules, two chevronels argent 
between three lozenges or (Hyde) ; 6. per chevron gules and 
or, three elephants' heads two and one couped counter- 
changed, a chief gold (Saunderson), and over all, on a shield 
of pretence gules, on a chevron between three lions rampant 
argent, armed andlangued azure, a lymphad, sails furled, 
oars insaltire sable, flagged of the field, between two towers 
vert (Ross, matric. L.O. 31 Jan. 1912). Crests — 1. on a 
wreath of the colours, a horse courant argent, with the 
Motto, above — " Swift and true" (Fust) ; 2. upon a wreath 
of the colours, a cup covered or, standing upon two 
swords erected in saltire argent, hilts and pommels gold 
(Jenner). Mottoes — 1. " Terrena per vices sunt aliena" 
(Fust); 2. "A Deo rex, a rege lex" (Jenner). Livery 
— Mulberry - coloured coat, crimson facings, crimson 
and white striped waistcoat, silver buttons and lace, 
black velvet breeches, white stockings (Jenner) ; white, 
edged with gold lace between two rows of black, black 
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stockings (Fust). Married, Feb. 6, 1873, Flora Maclaine, 
second d. of the late Major Gillian Maclaine Ross; and has 
had issue— (r) Herbert Jenner-Fust, Esq., M.A. (Barrister- 
at-Law), b. Jan. 24, 1875 ; d. 1921 [m. 1907, Flora Caroline, 
second d. of the late John Cherry Gale"] ; (2) Rev. 
Denton Jenner-Fust, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Camb. , 
J. P. Glos,.£. Jan. 20, 1880 [m. April 18, 1912, Florence, 
only child of Lofius Dovvnes Donlevy Glover, Gentleman ; 
and has issue] ; and Philippa [m. 1905, Comdr. Odiarne 
Unett Coates, R.N.]. Postal add.—UWX Court, Hill, nr. 
Falfield, Gloucestershire. 

JENNEY (H. Coll.). Ermine, a bend gules, cottised or. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, on a glove in fesse argent, a falcon close or, belled 
of the last. Livery — Dark blue coat, silver buttons. 

Sons of Stewart William Jenney, Esq., J. P. for co. 

Bucks., b. 1816 ; d. 1904; m. 1863, Maria (d. 1871), 

eldest d. of the late Christopher Williamson: — 

Stewart William Jenney, Esq., T-P. Bucks, and Herts., 

Major 2nd Herts. Rifle Volunteers (V.D.), b. 1866. 

Seat — Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Bucks. 

Henry Jenney, Esq.,Capt. 4th Batt. Bedford Regt. (Herts. 
Militia), b. 1867; m. 1900, Elizabeth, d. of John Batchelor, 
and widow of Charles Horwood. Res. — Ickneild Dean, nr. 
Tring, Herts. 

Sons of Arthur Henry Jenney of Ditchingham Lodge, 

Norfolk, and his wife Eliza Geraldine, d. of the late 

Rev. Thomas Gerard Ferrand, Rector of Tunstall, 

Suffolk: — 

Arthur William Jenney, Gentleman,^, i860; m. 1917, 

Frances Caroline, d. of Sir Vauncey Harpur Crewe, 10th 

Bart. ; and has issue — Charles Arthur Richard Jenney, 

Gentleman, b. ; Henry Francis Jenney, Gentleman, 

b. . Res. — Calke Abbey, Derby. 

Archibald Offley Jenney, Esq., C.B.E., Col Roy. Scots 
(ret.), b. 1864; in. 1907, Doreen Mary, younger d. of Col. 
Gerard Townshend of Elcot Park, Hungerford ; and has 
issue— 2 daus. Res. — Guildown, Goodrich, Ross, Hereford. 

!!"JENNINGS (arms borne prior to 1591, confirmed and 
crest granted H. Coll. 8 May 1905). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
argent, a fesse gules between three plummets sable ; 2 and 
3, ermine, a lion rampant sable (Burd). Mantling gules 




and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a falcon 
rising (with wings displayed) argent, belled or, holding in 
the beak a plummet as in the arms. Motto — " heb dduw 

HEB DDIM DUW A DIGON." 



Fourth and ygst. son of Joseph Jennings, F. R.I.B.A. , 

of Grove Hill, Tunbridge Wells, formerly of Hall 

House, Hawkhurst, b. 1806 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1836, 

Elizabeth, d. of Stephen Wilson and niece of Samuel 

Wilson, Lord Mayor of London 1839 : — 

Cecil Frederick Joseph Jennings, Esq., Under-Sheriff 

of the City of London, b. 1855 ; m. 1897, Jessie, d. of 

Henry George Haywood, Architect and Surveyor ; and 

has had issue — (1) Francis Henry Cecil Jennings, Esq,, 

Lieut. R.N., b. 1898; d. ; (2) Arthur Cyril Jennings, 

Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.), Solicitor, b. 1899; (3) Edward 

Sewell Jennings, Gentleman, b. 1906; (4) Geoffrey Sewell 

Jennings, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Margaret Jessie ; and 

Gertrude Elizabeth (deceased). Res. — Brackley House, 

Beckenham. 

JERNINGHAM, see STAFFORD-JERNINGHAM. 

JERNINGHAM of Costessey (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 
1. argent, three lozenge-shaped arming buckles, tongues 
fesseways (Jerningham, 13th cent.); 2. gules, a cross 
engrailed argent (Inglethorpe) ; 3. gules, three bars gemelles 
or, and a canton argent (FitzOsbert) ; 4. argent, a unicorn 
rampant sable (de Herling) ; 5. or, semee-de-lis azure (? Fitz- 
mortimer) ; 6. argent, three inescutcheons sable (Lowdham) ; 
7. argent, on a chevron cottised sable, the cottises engrailed 
on the outer edge, three escallops of the field ; 8. gules, a 
pall reversed ermine (Kelvedon) ; 9. sable, semee of cinque- 
foils and a lion rampant argent (Clifton) ; 10. azure, a 
fesse dancettee, the two upper points terminating in fleurs- 
de-lis or (Plowden); n. gules, on a bend between six 
cross crosslets fitchee argent, an inescutcheon or, charged 
with a demi-lion rampant pierced through the mouth by 
an arrow within a double tressure flory counterflory of the 
first, a crescent for difference (Howard); 12. gules, three 
lions passant guardant in pale or, a label of three points 
argent (for Thomas of Brotherton) ; 13. gules, a lion 
rampant argent (Mowbray); 14. quarterly, i. and iiii., the 
arms of France ; ii. and iii., the arms of England, all within 
a bordure argent (for Thomas of Woodstock) ; 15. or, a 
chevron gules (Stafford) ; 16. azure, a bend argent cottised 
or, between six lions rampant of the last (De Bohun). 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Out of a ducal coronet 
or, a demi- falcon wings expanded proper. Motto - 
"Virtus basis vitae." Badges — 1. a lozenge - shaped 
buckle (Jerningham) ; 2. a Stafford knot or ; 3. a cross 
potent, the palar limbs crossed; 4. a lion rampant gu^es 
ducally crowned or ; 5. on a wreath argent and vert, a 
swan with wings displayed and inverted argent, ducally 
gorged and lined or ; 6. on a wreath argent and vert, a 
lion statant guardant and crowned or, collared argent ; 
7. an escutcheon per pale sable and gules charged with 
a Stafford knot or ; 8. on a wreath argent and vert, an 
heraldic antelope sejant argent, attired, ducally gorged 
and lined or; 9. the hub (or nathe) of a cartwheel inflamed 
or; ro. a griffin segreant or ; n. a ? ; 12. a mantle 

azure, lined ermine, cords and tassels or ; 13. a lion rampant 
gules, crowned or, within an orle of eight estoiles gules; 
14. an eagle rising azure, the wings displayed and inverted 
or; 15. a sun in splendour argent; 16. a fret; 17. two 
fleurs-de-lys in pale between as many fish palewise and 
addorsed heads upwards all or ; 18. a mulberry branch ; 
19. a lion rampant argent, ducally crowned or. 
Heir gencal : — 
The Rt. Hon. the Lord Stafford (vide Fitz-Herbert 
Stafford). 

Heir male : — 

Only son of Adolphus Frederick Jerningham, Esq., 

b. 1842 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1866, Matilda Georgiana, d. of 

late William Felix Riley of Forest Hill, Windsor : — 

Sir- (William) Henry Stafford Jerningham, nth Bart. 

(16 Aug. 1621), J. P. Norfolk, late Lieut. R.E. Militia, £. 

1867; m. 1st, 1896, Annette Mary Audley (d. 1896), d. of 

William Hinds of King's Walden and widow of Alfred 

Fellowes ; 2nd, 1902, Coralie, d. of late Benjamin Francis 

Hallowel - Carew of Beddington Park, Surrey; and has 

issue (by 1st mar.) — Cecilia Annette Mary [in. 1920, John 

Murray, son of the late Sir John Murray, K..C.B.]. Res.— 

9 Queen's Terrace, Windsor. Club — Boodle's. 

JERSEY, Earl of, see CHILD-VILLIERS. 

JERVIS, see PARKER-JERVIS. 

JERVIS (R.L., 7 May 1823). Quarterly, 1. sable, a 
chevron ermine, between three martlets or; 2. erminois, on 



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a chevron between three roses gules, two swords in chevron 
proper, pommels and hilts or, their points crossing each 
other in saltire, the dexter surmounting the sinister (Ricketts, 
by male descent, granted 3 Nov. 1773) ; 3. the same arms of 
Jervis as a quartering by inheritance (Vn. Staffs. 1664) 14. per 
chevron sable and argent, in chief three leopards' faces or 
(Swynten of Swynfen) ; 5. azure, crusily or, two organ pipes 
chev. onwise of the last (Pipe). Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — Out of a naval crown or, encircled by an oak-w reath 
proper, a demi-pegasus argent, wings azure, thereon a fleur- 
de-lys or. Motto — "Thus." 

Sons of the Rt. Hon. Carnegie Robert Jervis, 3rd 
Viscount St. Vincent, b. 1825 ; d. 1879 ; m. 1848, 
Lucy Charlotte (d. 1900), d. of John Baskervyle Glegg 
of Withington Hall, co. Chester : — 

Rt. H n. Ronald Clarges Jervis, 6th Viscount St. Vin- 
cent (U.K., 27 April 1801), late Capt. and Hon. Major 
5th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers [Supporters— Dexter, 
an eagle, wings elevated and endorsed, holding in the 
sinister claw a thunderbolt, all proper ; sinister, a pegasus 
argent, maned and hoofed or, wings azure, charged with 
a fleur-de-lys orj, b. 1859 ; m. 1894, Marion Annie, d. of 
James Brown of Orchard, Carluke ; and has issue — (1) Hon. 
John Cyril Carnegie Jervis, M.C., Capt. K.R.R.C., A.D.C. 
to Gov. -Gen. of Canada since 1926, b. 1898; (2) Hon. 
Ronald George James Jeivis, b. 1905; and Hon. Ivy 
Lorna [m. 1920, E. T. Laurens WhittemoreJ. Seats— 
Charlton, Shanklin, I.O.W. ; Sutton Derwent, York. 

Hon. Cecil Leonard Jervis, b. 1861 ; m. 1st, 1884, Laura 
Evelyn, d. of Joseph Davey of Exeter ; 2nd, Louise Gibson, 
of Pinxton, co. Derby. Res. — Hoton, Loughborough. 

Hon. St. Leger Hen y Jervis, D.S.O., temp. Lt.-Col. 
comdg. a Batt. Manchester Regt. , late Major and Hon. 
Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt., late King's Royal 
Rifle Corps, b. 1863 ; m. 1905, Hilda Maud, d. of Thomas 
Collier of Westbourne Terrace, W. ; and has issue — Crystal 
Guina Lucy ; and Hilda Violet Ursula. Res.— Bradford 
Court, Taunton, Somerset. 

Hon. Lionel Jervis, b. 1865. Res. — 

JERVIS of Eccleshall (H. Coll.). Sable, a chevron 
ermine, between three martlets or. 

Son of Ernest Scott Jervis, Esq., late Capt. Durham 

L.I., b. 1838 ; d. 1911 ; m. 1875, Penelope Emma, eldest 

d. of Rev. Charles Tayleur : — 

Ernest Charles Scott Jervis, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. R. of 

Officers 5/6 Dragoons, served S. Africa 1899-1902, and 

Great War 1914-18, b. 1878. Res.— Urquhart Lodge, 

Fleet, Hants. Club— Carlton. 

JERVIS (H. Coll.) Sable, a chevron ermine, between 
three martlets or. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a 




wreath of the colours, between two wings sable, a griffin's 
head erased or, gorged with a collar gules, pendent there- 



from an escutcheon azure, charged with a boar's head 
couped argent. Motto — " Je vais droit." 

Son of Swynfen Stevens Jervis, Esq., J. P., D.L., 
M.P. , of Darlaston and Chatcull, co. Staffs., b. 1797 ; 
d. 1867; m. 2nd, 1834, Anne Bourne (d. 1856), d. of 
Major Winton : — 
Col. Walter Niel Jervis, R.A., b. 1846; m. 1879, Julia 
Sophia Henrietta, d. of Rev. Charles Mainwairing, Rector 
of Whitmore ; and has surv. issue — Gordon Mainwairing 
Jervis, Esq., D.S. O., late Lt.-Col. R. A., served in European 
War 1914-18, b. 1881 [m. 1909, Louisa Amy Stella (d. 1922), 
d. of late Rowland Hugh Cotton of Etwall Hall, Derby- 
shire ; and has issue —Anthony Swynfen Jervis, Gentleman, 
b. 1910]. Res. — Pitchards, Halstead, co. Essex. 

Sons of Col. William Swynfen Jervis, of Woodside, 
Southsea, Hants, (eldest son of Lt.-Col. William 
Jervis), Col. late Royal Bengal Fusiliers, and Col. Cdt. 
1st Vol. Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regt., b. 1839 ; d. 
1920; m. 1865, Edith (d. 1914), only child of the Rev. 
William John Wise, M.A., Vicar of Granborough, 
Warwickshire : — 
Swynfen John Jervis, Esq., late Lt.-Col. South Stafford- 
shire Regt., and General Staff, served in South African 
War 1899-1902, on the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches), 
served in European War 1914-18, comd. a Service Bn. 
Cheshire Regt., and afterwards G.S.O. 4th Corps (men- 
tioned in despatches), b. 1868 ; m. 1st,, 1895, Jessie Eliza- 
beth {d. 1898), d. of George Benbow, and widow of John 
Swynfen St. Vincent Jervis, of Chatcull ; 2nd, 1908, 
Edith, younger d. of Harold Freeman, eldest son of 
Professor Edward Augustus Freeman of Somerlease, Wells, 
co. Somerset. Seat — Abbey Willows, Middle Barton, co. 
Oxford. 

Herbert Swynfen Jervis, Esq., M.C., late Lt.-Col. Royal 
MunsterFus., now Col. General Staff, A.A.G. Army Head- 
Quarters, India ; served in S. African War 1899-1902, with 
the 1st Bn. R. Munster Fus. ; served in European War 
^14-18, with the original Expeditionary Force, M.C. 
1914; b. 1878; m. 1907, Marie Theresa, youngest d. of 
Capt. Thomas Donlea, Indian Army ; and has issue — John 
Swynfen Jervis, Gentleman, b. 1919; Sheila Marian; and 
Monica Edith. Seat — Munster, Tilford, Surrey. Res. — 
Delhi, India. 

Francis William Swynfen Jervis, Gentleman, late Lieut. 
7th Bn. S. Staffs. Regt., served European War 1914-18, b. 
1887. Res. — Sea Mills, St. Issey, Cornwall. 

Sons of Henry Goodrich Jervis, Gentleman, of Montego 
Bay, Jamaica (second son of Lt.-Col. William Jervis), 
b. 1843; d. 1911 ; m. 1874, Florence, d. of John 
Isaacs : — 
Vincent Goodrich Jervis, Gentleman, ^.1879; m. 1909, 

Adeline, d. of of New York. Res. — 

William Alexander Jervis, Gentleman, b. 1881. 

JERVIS-WHITE-JERVIS (R.L., 1 Oct. 1797, U.O.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a chevron ermine between 
three martlets or (Jervis) ; 2 and 3, gules, a chevron vair 
between three lions rampant or (White). Mantling sable 
and argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a 
martlet or (Jervis); 2. upon a wreath of the colours, three 
arrows, two in saltire and one in fesse gules, flighted proper. 
Motto — " Venale nee auro. " 

Sons of Col. Henry Jervis- White-Jervis, R.A. , M.P. , 

b. 1825; d. 1881 ; ™. 1855, Lucy, d. of J. C. Cobbold, 

M.P. :— 

Sir John Henry Jervis- White-Jervis, 4th Bart. (6 Dec. 

1707), Col. R. H.A., served in Zulu War 1879, in S. African 

War 1900, and Great War 1914-18, b. 1857; m. 1887, 

Margaret Frances Lockhart, d. of Capt. George Gunning 

Campbell, R.H.A. Seat — Blake Dene, Parkstone, Dorset. 

Herbert Jervis- White-Jervis, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb. ), 

b. 1858; m. 1893, Beatrice Georgiana, d. of Col. Sir Samuel 

Ruggles-Brise, K.C.B., of Spains Hall, Essex ; and has surv. 

issue— Three daus. Seat — Freston House, Ipswich. 

Henry Felix Jervis-White-Jervis, Gentleman, b. 1859. 
Res.— 

Son of Thomas Jervis-White-Jervis, Esq., b. 1797; 
d. 1879 ; m. 1st, 1818, Eliza Anne, d. of William 
Strettell, Judge Advocate General in Bengal : — 
Hamilton Gorges Jervis- White-Jervis, Gentleman, b. 1834. 
Res.— 

JERVOIS (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pile azure, between 
in base two grenades fired proper, six feathers erect, three, 
two, and one of the first. Mantling azure and argent. 
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between two grenades as in the arms. Livery — Dark blue, 
white facings. 

Sons of Major John Jervois, R.E. (yr. son of Sir W. F. 

Jervois, G.C. M.G.), b. 1853; d. 1895; m. 1883, Florence 

Annie, d. of Henry Strong Price of Delamere, Adelaide, 

S. Australia : — 

James Arthur Jervois, Esq.,D.S.O., M.C., Lt.-Col. R.O., 

late K.O.Y.L.I., served Great War 1914-19, comdg. 2/2ist 

London Regt. (despatches 4 times), b. 1889 ; m. 1927, 

Daphne, d. of the late Col. Arthur de Salis Hadow, The 

Green Howards. Club — Junior United Service. 

Wilfred John Jervois, Esq., M.C., Capt. 1st Batt. 
Northants. Regt. , b. 1892. 

Sons of Major-Gen. John Gordon Jervois, late R. E. , 

b. 1825; d. ; m. 1848, Olivia M E , d. of 

D. C. Napier of Montreal : — 
Henry Napier Jervois, Esq., Lt.-Col. late R.A. , b. 1851. 
William Gordon Jervois, Gentleman, b. 1854. 
Charles Edwyn Jervois, Esq., Major R.G.A. , b. 1857. 
George Arthur Jervois, Gentleman, b. 1861. 

JERVOISE, see CLARKE-JERVOISE. 

JERVOISE of Herriard Park (H. Coll.). Sable, a 
chevron between three eaglets close argent. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an 




heraldic tiger's head sable. Motto — " Virtutis praemium 
laus." Livery — Blue coat, red and white striped waistcoat 
and silver buttons. 

Sons of Francis Michael Ellis Jervoise, Esq., of Herri- 
ard Park and Britford, J. P., D.L. , b. 1844; d. 1903; 
m. 1872, Rachel Mary, d. of George Edward Eyre of 
Warrens, Lyndhurst, Hants. : — 
Francis Henry Tristram Jervoise, Esq., J. P. Hants, and 
Wilts., Capt. Hampshire Carabiniers, b. 1872; m. 1908, 
Beatrice, d. of the late Capt. William Savile, 9th Lancers. 
Seats — Herriard Park, Basingstoke; The Moat, Britford, 
Wilts. Res.— 13 Hertford Street, Mayfair. 

Edwyn Jervoise, Gentleman, M.B.E., A.M. Inst. C.E. , 
b. 1884 ; m. 1924, Lettice Mary, d. of Philip Williams. 

Richard Somervell Jervoise, Gentleman, Malay Civil 
Service, b. 1887 ; m. 1927, Sylvia, eld. d. of the late William 
Harland Hudson, of Leeds. 

Sons of Francis Jervoise Ellis Jervoise of Herriard 

Park, J. P. and D.L., b. 1809; d. 1881 ; m. 2nd, 1841, 

Mary Louisa, d. of George Marx : — 

Arthur Tristram Jervoise, Gentleman, b. 1848; m. 1st, 

1876, Annie (d. 1896), widow of Rev. A. Deck; 2nd, 1907, 

Eva Augusta, fourth d. of late Capt. James E. Elliott, 



R.N. ; and has issue -Barbara Tristram. Res.— White 
Lodge, Speen, Newbury. 

Rear-Adm. Edmund Puretoy Ellis Jervoise, C.B.E., R.N. 
(ret.), J. P. Hants., b. 1861 ; m. 1904, Alice Flora Mary, d. 
of George Christian, of Bighton Wood, Alresford. Res.— 
Valence Place, Alton, Hants. Club— Jun. Carlton. 

JESSEL(H. Coll., 1883). Azure, a fesse raguly ermine, 
between three eagles' heads erased argent, in the centre 
chief point a torch erect and fired proper. Mantling 
azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
torch fessewise fired proper, surmounted by an eagle volant 
argent, holding in the beak a pearl also argent. Motto — 
"Persevere." Livery — Black. 

Sons of Sir Charles James Jessel, 1st Bart., J. P. and 

D.L., M.A. Oxon., Barrister-at-Law, b. i860; d. 1928; 

m. 1890, Edith, d. and coh. of Rt. Hon. Sir Julian 

Goldsmid, Bart., P.C., M.P. :— 
Sir George Jessel, 2nd Bart. (25 May 1883), M.C. , Capt. 
T.F. Res,, late Lieut. E. Kent Regt.,*. 1891 ; m. 1923, 
Muriel, d. of the late Col. John Chaplin, V.C., C.B., and 
widow of Major Foster Swetenhani, Roy. Scots Greys; 
and has surv. issue— Charles John Jessel, Esq., b. 1924. 
Seat — Ladham House, Goudhurst, Kent. Res. — Clock 
House, Cowfold, Sussex. Clubs — Brooks's, Garrick. 

Richard Hugh Jessel, Esq., b. 1896; m. 1923, Margaret 
Ella, d. of Sir George James Lewis, 2nd Bart., and has 
issue — David Charles George Jessel, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; 
and Edith Marie. Res. — 10 Talbot Square, W.2. 

JESSEL (H. Coll.). Azure, a fesse raguly counter raguly 
ermine, between three eagles' heads erased argent, in the 
chief point a portcullis or, and upon an escutcheon of 
pretence the arms of Goldsmid (1841), per saltire ermine 
and erminois, on a chief gules, a goldfinch proper between 
two roses or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a torch 
fessewise fired proper, surmounted by an eagle volant 
argent, holding in the beak a pearl also argent. Badge — 
A Baron's coronet or, surmounted by an eagle volant 
argent, holding in the beak a pearl also argent. 
Supporters — On either side a dark bay horse, charged on 
the shoulder with a portcullis or. Motto — " Persevere." 
Yngr. son of Rt. Hon. Sir George Jessel, Kt. Bach., 
Master of the Rolls, b. 1824 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1856, 
Amelia, d. of Joseph Moses : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Merton Jessel, C.B., C.M.G., 1st 
Baron Jessel of Westminster (8 Jan. 1924), 1st Bart. 
(30 June 1917), J. P. and D.L. co. of London, late Capt. 
17th Lancers and Berks. Yeo. Cav., served Great War, 
Lt-.Col. Comdt. Remount Service igi5,Col. Dep. Dir. War 
Office 1918-19, M.P. for S. Div. of St. Pancras 1896-1906, 
and 1910-18, President and (1904-15) Chairman London 
Municipal Society, Alderman City of Westminster (Mayor 
1902-3), b. 1866 ; m. 1894, Maud, d. and coh. of Rt. Hon. 
Sir Julian Goldsmid, Bart., P.C., M.P. ; and has issue — 
Hon. Edward Herbert Jessel, M.A. Oxon., Barrister-at- 
Law Inner Temple, b. 1904; Hon. Gladys May; Hon. 
Vera Pearl [m. 1925, Capt. Clive Harrison Martyn, M.C, 
late R.E.J; and Hon. Doreen Maud. Res. — 24 South 
Street, Park Lane, W.i. Clubs — Army and Navy, Garrick, 
Carlton, Beefsteak. 

JESSOP of Doory (U.O.). Quarterly, 1. vert, three 
mullets argent (Jessop) ; 2. argent, two lions rampant com- 
batant, supporting a dexter hand couped gules, in base a 
salmon in the sea proper, on a chief azure, three mullets or 
(Donelly) ; 3. azure, a lion rampant argent, debruised by a 
fesse or, charged with three roses gules, barbed vert (Jessop) ; 
4. gules, a chevron between three ostrich-feathers argent 
(Fetherston) ; 5. argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the 
last, a lion rampant or (Lancaster) ; 6. argent, three bucks' 
heads caboshed gules (Colenwood) ; 7. sable, a wolf rampant 
argent, in chief three estoiles or (Wilson) ; 8. vert, a chevron 
between three wolves' heads erased argent, on a canton the 
arms of Cavendish, namely sable, within a bordure argent, 
three bucks' heads caboshed of the last, attired or (Flood) ; 
9. argent, a cross azure, in the first quarter five ermine spots 
(Warden) ; 10. or, on a cross vert, three pheons of the field 
(Crompton). Motto—" In Deo confido." 

Son of Frederick Thomas Jessop, Esq., of Doory Hall, 

J.P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1835), b. 1811 ; d. 1868;. 

m. 1836, Elizabeth, d. of Peter Low, by Louisa, d. 

of Sir Richard Butler, Bart., of Cloughrennan, co. 

Carlow : — 
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JOHNDE BURGH JESSOP, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Comdr. 
(ret.) R.N. Born Aug. 28, 1885, being the only son of the 
late William de Burgh Jessop, Esq., J. P., formerly Major 
3rd Batt. Derbyshire Regt., by his wife Judith, second dau. 
of Sir John Gay Newton Alleyne, third Baronet. Ar- 
morial bearings— Or, two bars gules, guttee-d'or, in chief a 



argent, maned or, erased gules, in the mouth a broken 




cross couped of the second between two leopards' faces sable, 
and in base a lion rampant of the last. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cockatrice's 
head couped proper, charged with two bars argent, hold- 
ing in the beak a trefoil slipped vert, between two wings of 
the first, each charged with a cross couped of the second. 
Motto — " Pax et amor." Livery — Blue. Married, 1917, 
Ethel Joane, d. of Capt. Cutts Humphrey Hill, Glos. 
Regt., and has Issue— Susan Joanna. Seat — East Lodge, 
Doveridge, co, Derby. 

JEUNE, see SYMONS-JEUNE. 

EVAN BROWELL JEUNE, Esq., J. P. D.L co. Glos., 
Col. late Devon R.G.A. , b. 1852, being the youngest 
son of the late Right Reverend Francis Jeune, Lord 
Bishop of Peterborough, by his wife Margaret Dyne, 
only child of Henry Symons of Axbridge, in the county of 
Somerset. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Sable, 
a stag trippant between four estoiles argent : and for his 
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, between the attires of 
a stag affixed to the scalp, an estoile all argent ; with the 
Motto, " Faire sans dire." Livery — Dark blue coat, 
crimson vest. Married, firstly, February 21, 1878, Caroline 
Mary, eldest daughter of P. Lawless of Booubyjan, Queens- 
land ; secondly, Ada Medland, eldest daughter of Robeit 
Lock-Roe, Enquire, Justice of the Peace, of The Manor 
House, Lynmouth ; and has had issue — (1) Robert Dyne 
Jeune, Gentleman, late Northants. Regt., b. Feb. 29, 
1892; (2) Hugo St. Helier Jeune, b. Jan. 7, 1894; d. 
on active service 1917; and Caroline Margaret Noel \m. 
1st, 1909, Richard Grainger Nash of Finnstown, co. Dublin 
(d. 1914) ; 2nd, Rev. C. Follis, Canon of Kildare (d. 1925)]. 
Post. add. — Whaddon Manor, Gloucestershire. Club — 
Junior Carlton. 

JEX-BLAKE(R.L.,i837, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
argent, a chevron between three garbs sable, within a 
bordure of the last, charged with eight fleurs-de-lys of the 
field (Blake) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a fesse engrailed sable, 
between two plain cottises gules, three escallops of the field 
(Jex). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1. on a 
wreath of the colours, a morion proper, thereon a martlet 
argent (Blake) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a horse's head 




tilting-spear gold (Jex). Motto — "Bene praeparatum 

pectus." 

Son of Charles Jex-Blake, Gentleman, b. 1864; d. 
1910; m. 1897, Fanny, d. of. A. Kettle of Banham, 
Norfolk:— 
William Francis Jex-Blake, Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. — 

Old Hall, Reedham, Norfolk. 

Son of The Very Rev. Thomas William Jex-Blake, 
D.D., of Burwell, Norfolk, Dean of Wells, F.S.A., 
F.R.G.S., J. P. co. Worcs., Rector of Alvechurch 
(1887-91), formerly Principal of Cheltenham Coll. and 
Headmaster of Rugby, b. 1832; d. 1915 ; m. 1857, 
Henrietta, d. of John Cordery of Wetheral House, 
Hampstead : — 
Arthur John Jex-Blake, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), 

F.R.C.P., b. 1873; m. 1920, Lady Muriel Herbert, yngr. 

d. of 14th Earl of Pembroke, and has issue — Daphne 

Marian. Res. — Kynna, Nairobi, Kenya Colony. 

JOCELYN or JOSSELYN of Hyde Hall, Sawbridge- 
worth, Herts., and Horkesley, Essex. Arms (temp. Henry 




III. ; videVn. Essex, 1612)— Quarterly, 1. azure, a circular 
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thereto in quadrangle or (Jocelyn) ; 2. argent, a demi-lion 
rampant sable, ducally crowned or (Jocelyn) ; 3. azure, a fesse 
or (Chastelyn) ; 4. gules, a griffin segreant within a bordure 
engrailed or (Battaile) ; 5. gules, an inescutcheon argent 
within an orie of eight martlets or (Enfield) ; 6. gules, on a 
saltire engrailed or, five torteaux, a chief ermine (Hide) ; 7. 
argent, three inescutcheons gules (Patmer) ; 8. gules, three 
chevronels argent (Baude). Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a falcon s leg, belled or, 
the thigh erased gules. Motto — ' ' Faire mon devoir." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Julian Orde Jocelyn, 7th 
Earl ot Roden, J, P., D.L., Lt.-Col. late King's Liver- 
pool Regt., b. 1845; d. 1915 ; m. 1882, Ada Maria 
d. of Col. Soame Gambier Jenyns, C.B. : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Soame Jocelyn, 8th Earl ot Roden 
^9 Sept. 1771), 9th Viscount Jocelyn (6 Dec. 1755), 8th 
Baron Newport (29 Nov. 1743), ancl 1Itn Bart. (8 June 1665), 
D.L. co. Down, Capt. (ret.) North Irish Horse, a represent- 
ative Peer for Ireland, served Great War 1914-17 [Arms as 
above, with inescutcheon of Ulster. Supporters — Two 
falcons with wings inverted proper, belled or], b. 1883 ; 
m. 1905, Elinor Jessie, second d. of Joseph Charlton Parr, 
J. P. and D.L. ; and has issue — Robert William Jocelyn, 
Esq., commonly called Viscount Jocelyn, Midshipman 
R.N., b. 1909; Hon. John Charlton Jocelyn, <$. 1924 ; Lady 
Elizabeth [m. 1927, Gerald Francis Annesley] ; and Lady 
Mabel Kathleen. Seat — Tullymore Park, Bryanstord, co. 
Down. Club — Junior United Service. 

Son of Major Hon. Augustus George Frederick Jocelyn, 

6th Dragoon Guards (son of 2nd Earl), b. 181 1; d. 

1887; m. 2nd, 1851, Grace, second d. of Sir John 

Macneill, LL.D., F.R.S.:— 

Julian Robert John Jocelyn, Esq., C.B. (Mil.) 1918, Col. 

in the Army (ret.), b. 1852; m. 1875, Euphemia Jessie (d. 

1906), d. of Maj. A. Balderston, H.E.I.C.S. ; and has 

surv. issue — Isabella Jessie [?n. 1907, Lewis St. John 

Rawlinson Clutterbuck, O.B.E., Major R.A. ; and has 

issue] ; and Gladys [m. 1907, Lt.-Col. David Allan Strachan, 

R.A.J. Res. — 157 Cromwell Road, S.W. Club — United 

Service. 

Son of John Josselyn, Esq., J. P. and D.L. , of St. 
Edmund's Hill, Bury St. Edmund's (High Sheriff 1855), 
b. 1816 ; d. 1884; m. 1837, Mary Anne Sarah, d. of 
Rev. Henry Bishop, M.A., R.D. , Vicar of Ardleigh 
and Rector of Gt. Clacton, Essex: — 
Willoughby Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1854; m. 1898, 
Frances Ethel Gertrude, d. of Rev. John White, M.A. , 
J. P. co. Suffolk, Rector of Chevington, co. Suffolk; and 
has issue — John Willoughby Josselyn, Gentleman, Lieut. 
1st Batt. The Suffolk Regt., b. 1901 ; and Mary Frances 
Helen. Res. — 3a Horringer Road, Bury St. Edmund's. 
Sons of late Frederic Josselyn, Esq. (V.D.), of Red- 
cliffe Gardens, Kensington, Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. 1st 
Middx. E. V. , b. 1842 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1st, Mary Elizabeth, 
d. of Rev. Henry Lloyd Oswell, M.A. (Oxon.) : — 
Frederic Oswell Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. — 
St. Mary's, Martlesham, Woodb idge, Suffolk. 

John Josselyn, Esq., C.M.G. D S.O., O.B.E. (mil,), 
T.D., Col. T.A. (ret.), b. 1872; m. 1900, Lilian Bella, 
d. of Ven. William Weston Elwes, Archdeacon of Madras ; 
and has issue — John William Josselyn, Esq., Lieut. R. N., 
b. 1900 \tn. 1925, Doris Mary, d. of James Butterworth, 
and has issue — John Rodney Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1926] ; 
and Doris Mary Elwes. Res. — 9 The Boltons, S.W.10. 
Club — Carlton. 

Arthur Murray Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. — 
42 Redcliffe Gardens, S.W.10. 

Edward Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1877; m. 1912, Fanny 
Beatrice, d. of Rev. Canon Henry Martin, Vicar ot 
Stockton-on-Tees and Rural Dean ; and has issue — 
Edward Henry Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; Richard 
Kingsley Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 1917; and Mary. Res. 
— Mount Elgon, Kitale. Kenya Colony. 

Ernest William Josselyn > Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. 1926, 
Catherine Mary, d. of A. Macdonald, of Lenzie, Scotland. 
Res. — Sitiawan, Straits Settlements. Clubs — Sports, 
Penan g. 

Son of the late Charles Josselyn, Gentleman (yr. 
son of James Josselyn, Gentleman, of BeLtead and of 
Copdock, Suffolk, m. , Mary Bryckwood, d. of 

John Royce of Woodham Walter, Essex), m. Henri- 
etta, d. of Arthur Steward of Great Yarmouth, Nor- 
folk :— 
James Arthur Waylen Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 21 Nov. 
1863 ; m. Alice Maude, widow of Reginald Leir Bretting- 
ham, and d. of late William Beale Wallis, Esq., of Col- 



chester, Brig.-Major R. H.A. ; and has issue— Charles 
Arthur Steward Josselyn, Gentleman, b. 17 Dec. 1898; and 
Hetty Eileen. Res.— Ardleigh, Essex. 

JODRELL, see COTTON-JODRELL. 

JODRELL (H. Coll., 10 July 1707). Ermines, a trefoil 
slipped or between three round buckles, tongues pendent 
argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest On a wreath 
of the colours, a demi-cock, wings erected or, combed 
and wattled gules, issuant out of a wreath of roses of 
the last, seeded gold. Motto — " Non sibi sed patriae 
natus. " 

Son of Capt. Edward Jodrell, b. ; d. 1868 ; m. 

1843, Adela Monckton, d. of Sir Edward Bowyer 

Smijth, 10th Bart. : — 
Sir Alfred Jodrell, 4th Bart. (22 Jan. 1783), J. P. and D.L. 
Norfolk (High Sheriff 1887), b. 1847; m. 1897, Lady 
Jane Grimston (d. 1920), d. of 2nd Earl of Verulam. Seat — 
Bayfield Hall, Holt, Norfolk. Club— Carlton. 

SOLOMON BARNATO JOEL, Esq. , J. P. Berks. , b. 
Armorial bearings — Per chevron azure and argent, two 
chevronels counterchanged between as many roses in chief 
and a lion passant in base proper. Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion 
passant proper, holding in the mouth a sprig of three roses 
gules, slipped, leaved, barbed, and seeded, also proper, 
supporting with the dexter forepaw an antique shield azure, 
ornamented and charged with a rose or. Motto— "Facta 
non verba." Married 1st, ; 2nd, 1919, Phcebe 

Benjuta, and has issue— Three sons and one dau. Res. — 
Maiden Erlegh, Reading ; Moulton Paddocks, Newmarket ; 
2 Great Stanhope Street, London, W. 

JOHNES, see HILLS-JOHNES, and LLOYD- 
JOHNES. 

JOHNS of St. Hilary, Cornwall (H. Coll.). Or, on a 
chevron azure, between two Cornish choughs in chief and a 
castle gateway in base proper, three pheens argent. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of two battleaxes in saltire, a Cornish 
chough proper. Motto — ' ' Aspiro et persto." 
Son of :— 

John Henry Johns, Gentleman, b. . Res.— 

JOHNSON (H. Coll.). Or, a water-bouget sable, on a 
chief gules, three annulets of the field, gemmed sapphire. 
Mantling sable and or. Crest — Issuant out of a crown 
vallary gules, two wings elevated and addorsed or. Motto 
—"Onus sub honore." Livery — Dark drab, black facings, 
gilt buttons. 

Sons of Walter Johnson, Esq. of Arncliffe Hall, J.P. 

N. Rdg. Yorks., b. 1842; d. 1915 ; m. 1871, Margaret 

Florence (Res. — Arncliffe Hall, Northallerton), d. of 

Sir Isaac Lowthian Bell, Bart. : — 
Walter Lyulph Johnson, Esq., J. P., D.L. N. Rdg. Yorks., 
b. 1872 ; m. 1908, Alice Hilda, only d. of Alan Lupton; and 
has issue — Maurice Alan Johnson, Gentleman, b. 19 10; 
Stephen Philip Lowthian Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; 
and Walter Mark Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1915. Res. — 
Crathorne Grange, Crathorne, Yorks. 

Ivor Lowthian Johnson, Esq.. J.P. N.R. Yorks., Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1873 ; m. 1st, 1916, Alice Polgrave 
Walford (d. 1919) ; 2nd, Aileen Mary, eld. d. of M. Courage, 
and widow of Andrew Fife, and has issue — Walter Hugh 
Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Patrick Johnson, Gentleman, 
b. 1926; and Olivia. Res. — Langtcn Hall, Northallerton. 

JOHNSON of Castlesteads (13 Feb. 1788). Argent, on 
a saltire sable, five bezants, on a chief gules, an Eastern 
crown between two woolpacks or. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an estoile 
within a spur erect between two wings elevated or. Motto 
— " Nunquam non paratus." Livery — Dark blue, pale 
yellow facings. 

Son of Frederick Ponsonby Johnson, Esq., J.P. , D.L. , 

B.A. (Oxon.), late Capt. Cumb. and Westm. Imp. 

Yeo. , Lord of the Manor of Walton, b. 1843 ; d. 1918 ; 

m. 1901, Frances Mary, only d. of late Col. William 

Gray of Farley Hill Place, nr. Reading, J.P. andD.L., 

M.P. :— 

George Frederick Johnson, Gentleman, Lieut, 1st Batt. 

Scots Gds., b. 1903. Seat — Castlesteads, Brampton, 

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Sons ol Rev. Arthur Henry Johnson, M.A. , Fellow and 

Chaplain and Tutor of All Souls' Coll., b. 1845; d. 

; tn. 1873, Bertha Jane, third d. of Robert Bentley 

Todd, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. :— 

Sir Robert Arthur Johnson, K.B.E. (1928), T.D., 

Col. T.A. , Deputy Master and Controller Royal Mint, 

M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1874; tn. 1903, Kathleen Eyre, d. of 

the late Sir Walpole Eyre Green well, Bart. ; and has 

issue— Two daus. Res. — 56 Chester Square, S.W. Clubs — 

Travellers', Brooks. 

George Wilfrid Johnson, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 
1876; tn. 1912, Olive, d. of T. F. Parkes of Ashwood, 
Worcestershire, and has issue — 1 dau. Res. — 

JOHNSON of Bath (U.O.) Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, 
on a saltire argent, between three towers or, inflamed 
proper, and in base two tilting-spears in saltire of the 
second, five cocks gules (Johnson); 2 and 3, argent, a 
fesse azure between six martlets sable (Walsh), over all 
a crescent gules for difference. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a tower proper, 
a cock gules. Mottoes — (over crest) " Vicisti et vivimus" ; 
(underarms)" Nunquam non paratus." Supporters (R.L., 
1833, to descend with Baronetcy) — Dexter, a grenadier 28th 
(North Glos. ) Regt. , habited and accoutred and arms 
ordered proper ; sinister, a light infantry man of same 
regt., habited and accoutred and arms trailed proper, 
supporting with his exterior hand a flagstaff also proper, 
therefrom flowing a banner gules, inscribed "New Ross" 
in letters of gold. 

Son of Col. Sir Henry Franks Frederic Johnson, 
3rd Bart., Col. comdg. the Forces in Jamaica and 
Commander of the Forces Windward and Leeward 
Islands, b. 1819; d. 1883; tn. 1851, Emma Patty, 
d. of Sir David William Barclay, Bart. : — 
Sir Henry Allen William Johnson, 4th Bart. (1st Dec. 
i8i8),C.B., Col. (ret.) and Brig. -Gen. in the Army, late Col. 
of General Staff 8th Div. Irish Command, formerly Lt.-Col. 
comdg. 1st Batt. Yorkshire, L.I., was Brig. -Gen. comdg, 3rd 
Inf. Brigade at the Coronation of H.M. the King, served in 
Jowaki Campaign 1877, in Afghanistan 1878-80, and in 
Burmese War 1886-7, b. 1855; tn. (1st), 1886, Ella, d. 
of Thomas Dyson; 2nd, 1897, Georgina, d. of the late 
Hon. Amias Charles Orde-Powlett ; and has surv issue — (1) 
Henry Allen Beaumont Johnson, Esq., Major 26th K.G.O. 
Light Cavalry, Indian Army, served Great War 1914-16, 
and Afghan War 1919, b. 1887 [tn. 1917, Dorothy Nora, 
d. of Mostyn Cecil Gurney, C.M.G. , M.V.O. , and has 
issue — Barbara Patty ; and Monica Lena (Club — Cavalry)] ; 
and Daphne Letitia. Res. — 6oLexham Gardens, Kensing- 
ton, W. Club — Naval and Military. 

Son of Hugh Walters Beaumont Johnson, Esq., Capt. 
Liverpool Regt., b. 1865; d. 1916 ; tn. 1904, Winifred 
Mena, d. of Charles Hill : — 
Victor Philipse Hill Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. — 
Son of Rev. Frederick Pigot Johnson, M.A. (son of 
Sir Henry Allen Johnson, 2nd Bart., and Charlotte 
Elizabeth Philipse), Rector of Oaksey, Wilts., b. 1826; 
d. 1882 ; tn. 1866, Matilda, d. of James Carnegy- 
Arbuthnott of Balnamoon, Forfar : — 
Oswald Carnegy Johnson, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, 
(q.v.). 

Son of Sir Charles Cooper Johnson, G.C.B. (son of 

Sir Henry Allen Johnson, 2nd Bart., and Charlotte 

Elizabeth Philipse), Gen. Bengal Staff Corps, J. P. 

Worcestershire, b. 1827 ; d. 1905 ; tn. i860, Jemima 

Anne Frances, d. of the late Rev. George Martin : — 

Charles Edward Johnson, Esq., Col. and Hon. Brig. - 

Gen. (ret.) Indian Army, b. 1861 ; tn. 1899, Susan Ellen, d. 

of the late Col. C. H. Ewart. Res.— 15 Russell Street, 

Bath. Club — Naval and Military. 

Sons of Arthur Cyril Beaumont Johnson, Esq. (son of 
Sir Charles Cooper Johnson, G.C.B. , and Jemima 
Anne Frances Martin), Maj. Indian Army, b. 1863 ; 
d. 1904; tn. 1901, Roberta Joanna, d. of the late Insp.- 
Gen. R. Pottinger : — 
Charles Robert Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1902. Res. — The 
Hill, Upton-on-Severn. 

Cyril Martin Hugh Johnson, Gentleman, b. (posthumous 
1905. Res. — The Hill, Upton-on-Severn. 

Son of Eliot Philipse Johnson, Esq., C.B., Col. and 
Hon. Brig.-Gen. b. 1866 ; d. 1625 ; tn. 1892, Mary, d. 
of the late Surg. -Maj. -Gen. James Inkson, Army 
Medical Staff: — 
Percy Eliot Johnson, Esq., Major late R.F.A. , b. 1893. 
Club — Naval and Military. 



Yr. son of Sir Charles Cooper Johnson, G.C.B., and 
Jemima Anne Frances Martin (see above) : — 
Allen Victor Johnson, Esq., D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. late 1st 
Batt. Royal Fus. , b. 1871 ; tn. 1919, Angela Mary, d. of 
the late Hubert A. T. Hibbert, and widow of Brig.-Gen. 
Paul A. Kenna, V.C., D.S.O.. Res. — Trowl House, 
Trowbridge, Wilts. Club — Naval and Military. 

Son of Archibald Acheson Johnson, Esq. (son of Sir 
Henry Allen Johnson, 2nd Bart., and Charlotte 
Elizabeth Philipse), |Col. Madras Staff Corps, b. 1835; 
d. 1894; tn. 1869, Agnes Sarah, d. of the Rev. 
A. M. F. Browne, Vicar of Affane and Aglish : — 
Arthur Acheson Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. — 
Canada. 

Allen Edwin Johnson, Esq., D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. Indian 
Army, b. 1878 ; m. 1913, Phcebe Wynn, only d. of late 
Major Alfred Elias, K.R. R.C. , and has issue — Allen 



Anthony Johnson, Gentleman, 
Service. 



b. 1916. Club — United 



JOHNSON of Ulverscroft (R.L. , 22 March 1859). Argent, 
two chevronels between as many griffins' heads erased in 
chief and a palmer's scrip in base gules. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a griffin's 
head erased per fesse argent and gules, holding in the beak 
a palmer's scrip of the last. 

Son of William George Johnson Lillingston, Esq., d. 

1904 (only son of George William Johnson, formerly 

Lillingston), Gentleman, d. 1894: — 
Luke Theodore Lillingston, Gentleman (q.v.). 

GEORGE RANDALL JOHNSON, Esq., M.A. (Can- 
tab.), Barrister-at-Law, Member of the Legislative Council 
of New Zealand 1872-90. Born 1833, being the eldest 
surviving son of the late Rev. Richard Johnson, J. P., of 
Stalham, Rector of Lavenham, Suffolk, by Mary Ann, d. 
of the late George Cubitt, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Catfield 
Hall, Norfolk. Armorial bearings — Gules, on a saltire 
ermine, five crosses moline sable, a chief of the second 
charged with three mullets of the third, and impaling the 
arms of Russell, namely gules, two swords saltirewise 
proper, between as many cinquefoils in pale argent, on a 
chief of the last two bombshells fired proper. Mantling 
gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the 
colours, a lion rampant erminois, holding in the dexter paw 
a mullet as in the arms, and resting the dexter foot on a 
cross moline gules. Married, 1873, Lucy, dau. of Lieut. - 




Col. Andrew Hamilton Russell ; and has, with other Issue 
— Randall Johnson, Gentleman, £. 1880. Estates —Stalham 
and Tunstead, Norfolk. Res. — Egland, Awliscombe, 
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JOHNSON. Quarterly, per fesse nebuly or and 
sable, on a bend gules, between an eagle rising in the 
second quarter, and in the third a lotus-flower, leaved 
and slipped, a serpent nowed, all proper. Mantling sable 
and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, issuant 
from clouds, a serpent nowed, holding in the mouth a 
poppy-head slipped proper, thereon an eagle rising also 
proper, charged on the breast and each wing with a cross 
crosslet gules. Motto — " In lucem aspiro." 

Sons of Sir George Johnson, M.D. , F. R.S., Physician- 
Exiraordinary to her late Majesty Queen Victoria, b. 
1818; d. 1896; m. 1850, Charlotte Elizabeth, youngest 
d. of William White (Lieutenant) of Salisbury : — 
George Stillingfleet Johnson, Esq., b. 1851. Post. add. — 
Charles Plumptre Johnson, Esq., J. P. cos. London and 
Kent, b. 1853. Seat— Park Grange, Sevenoaks, Kent. 
Clubs — Athenaeum, Roy. Yacht Squadron (Cowes)' 
Edward Middleton Johnson, Esq., b, 1859. Res. — 

JOHNSON ( ). Or, three pheons in fesse 

azure, within two fiaunches of the last, each charged with 
a pheon of the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — 
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embowed in armour proper, the hand grasping a javelin in 
bend sinister, pheoned or, and enfiled with a chaplet of 
roses gules, two branches of oak in saltire vert. Motto — 
" Virtus patientia Veritas." Livery — Dark blue, with red 
waistcoat. 

Son of Herbert Alfred Johnson, Esq., J. P. co. Derby, 

Col. 4th Batt. Manchester Regt. , M.A. Trin. Hall 

(Camb. ), b. 1866; d. 1923; m. 1895, Ethel Alexandra, 

d. of Benjamin Miller Grev Barnard of Brooklyn, 

U.S.A. : — 

John Thewlis Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1898. Seat — 

Allesti ee Hall, near Derby. Clubs — Oxford and Cambridge. 

Boodle's. 

Sons of John Thewlis Johnson, Esq., J. P. for co. 
Derby, by his wife Amelia, d. of John Higgins of 
Cheetham Hill:— 
Ernest Johnson, Esquire, J. P. co. Chester, M.A. Oxon., 
Majcr Duke of Lancaster's Imp. Yeo. , b. 1870; m. 1896, 
Violet Seymour, d. of Henry S. Persse of Glenarde, Galway ; 
and has Issue — (1) Eric Seymour Thewlis Johnson, Gentle- 
man, b. 1897 ; (2) Michael Antony Thewlis Johnson, Gentle- 



man, £. 1904; and Eleonor Bryony Thewlis. Res. — Ashton 
Hayes, Chester. Club — Cavalry. 

LionelArthurThewlis Johnson, Gentleman, M.A. Camb., 
b. 1874 ; m. 1911, Evelyn, d. of Rev. Henry Morris Vaucour, 
and has issue — Rupert Lionel Thewlis Johnson, Gentleman, 
^.1914. Res. — Abbot'sBay, Keswick. Clubs — Constitutional, 
New University, R.A.C. 

Sons of John Thewlis Johnson (see above), by his 
second wife, Anne, d. of lames Higgins of Turvey, 
Beds. :— 
James Gerald Thewlis Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1886. 
Res. — The Cottage, Foston, co. Derby. 

Humphrey John Thewlis Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1890. 
Res.— 

JAMES JOHNSON, Gentleman. Born March 23, 1S50, 
being the only surviving son of the late James Johnson of 
Higherfield, West Derby, Liverpool, by his wife Mary, 
younger daughter of Francis Shaw of Knowsley. Armo- 
rial bearings— He bears for Arms : Argent, a saltire in- 
vected pean between two wings erect in fesse sable, on a 
chief of the last, a lozenye between two woolpacks or ; and 
for his Crest, in front of two tilting-spears in saltire proper, 
a spur or, the whole between two wings also proper ; with 
the Motto, "Servabo fidem." Married, October 7, 1880, 
Anne, third daughter of John Crisp of Knowsley, neat- 
Liverpool ; and has Issue — Mary Elizabeth ; and Alice 
Mildred. Residence — Thurlaston House, Dunchurch, 
Rugby. 

JOHNSON of New York. Argent, two lions 
counter-rampant, supporting a dexter hand gules, in 
chief three estoiles of the last, and in base a salmon 
naiant in water proper. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest- — On a wreath of the colours, an arm gules, en- 
circled with a ducal crown or, the hand grasping a sword 
proper, pommel and hilt gold. Mottoes — " Nee aspera 
terrent " ; " Deo regique deboe." Livery — Green, with 
red facings. 

Son of Archibald Kennedy Johnson, Esq., b. 1839 ; 

d. 1873 ; m. 1865, Katherine Sophia, d. of Lieut. - 

Col. Charles MacDonnell, 85th Regt. :— 

Sir (Edward) Gordon Johnson, 5th Bart., of New York 

(27 Nov. 1755), b. 1867 ; s. his uncle 1908 ; m. 1902, 

Violet Eveline, d. of Thomas Edward Hayes, M.D., of 

Dublin. Club — Carlton. 

Son of Vice-Adm. John Ormsby Johnson, of the 
Moorings, Ipswich, b. 1822 ; d. 1881 ; m. 1852, 
Edith Renira, d. of Rev. Charles Twyford, Rector 
of Trotton, Sussex : — 
Frederick Colpoys Ormsby Johnson, Maj. R.M. and 
(late) Worcs. Regt., late Lt.-Col. comdg. 1st Winchester 
Batt. C.L. Bde., b. 1858 ; m. 1884, Maria, d. of Henry- 
Lund, Barrister-at-Law ; and has had issue — Guy Allen 
Colpoys Ormsby Johnson, O.B.E., M.C., Lieut. -Col. 
R.A.P.C, and late The Bedfordshire Regt., b. 1886 [m. 
191 1, Mary Isabella, d. of Lieut. -Col. Benjamin Humfrey, 
of Cavanacor, co. Donegal ; and has issue — -Emily Mary 
Ormsby ; Eileen Ormsby ; and Grace Ormsby (Club — 
Junior United Service)] ; Lt.-Comdr. Lionel Stanley 
Ormsby Johnson, D.S.C., Flag-Lieut. R.N. , b. 1887; 
d. 1920; Stella Kathleen [m. 1926, Maj. R. B. Tower, 
M.C., Sherwood Foresters] . Res. — Lamorna, Weymouth. 
Clubs — Authors', Royal Dorset Yacht. 

Sons of Alexander Adair Johnson, Esq., late Capt. 

N.Z.E.F., F.R.C.V.S., b. 1873; d. 1928; m. 1894, 

Emma Jenny, d. of the late Thomas A. Aris : — 

Ralph Harold Ormsby Johnson, b. 1897; m. 1923, 

Gertrude Mabel, d. of R. Betts, and has issue — June 

Ormsby. Res. — New Zealand. 

John Ormsby Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1909. 

Son of Hubert Colpoys Johnson, A.M.Inst.C.E., 
F.R.G.S., late I.C.S., b. 1878; d. 1923; m. 1916, 
Mary, d. of Thomas Howe, of Newport Pagnell, 
Bucks. : — 
Graham Christopher Colpoys Johnson, b. 1917. Res. — 
Danescourt, Stourwood Avenue, Southbourne, Hants. 

JOHNSON (H. Coll.,). Gules, between two bendlets 
argent, a sun in splendour between two pheons in bend 
or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, upon a mount of heather a moorcock 
proper, supporting with the dexter claw a portcullis 
chained or. Motto—" Fortiter fac et fidenter." 

Son of Edward Johnson, of Hackney, b. 1842 ; 

d. 1925 ; m. 1867 : — 



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Sir Louis Stanley Johnson, Knt. Bach. (1920), M.P. E. 
Div. Walthamstow 1918-24, b. 1869; m. 1902, Edith, 
d. of the late Thomas Heather, of Adelaide House, Jersey, 
and has issue — Douglas Heather Johnson, Esq., b. 1907 ; 
Harold Daintree Johnson, Esq., b. 1910. Res. — 
Coombe Pines, Coombe Warren, Kingston Hill. 

JOHNSON of Abbot's Lea (H. Coll.). Argent, on a 
pile azure, between two roses gules, barbed and seeded 
proper, a sun in splendour also proper, thereon an eagle's 
head erased sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — 




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On a wreath of the colours, au eagle's head erased sable, 

supporting in the beak a pennon erect azure, charged with a 

sun in splendour proper. Motto — " Juvat me servire." 

Eldest son of Thomas Sands Johnson, of Gentleman, 

of Ford House, Ulverstone, b. 1834 ; d. 1912 ; m. 

1858 :— 

Sir Benjamin Sands Johnson, Knt. Bach. (1910), J. P. 

and D.L. Lanes. ; High Sheriff 1923, Dir.-Gen. Royal 

Army Clothing Dept. 1917-18, and of National Factories 

(Min. of Munitions) 1919, b. 1865 ; m. 1905, Janet Steele, 

d. of the late Rev. J. Hutcheson, Greenock ; and has 

issue— Ruth. Res. — Abbot's Lea, Woolton, Liverpool ; 

2 Ryder Street, St. James's, S.W. Clubs — Reform, 

R.A.C., Arts, Thatched House. 

JOHNSON of Dulwich (H. Coll.). Azure, a bend 
chequy argent and sable, between in chief a sinister 
gauntlet and in base a stag's head caboshed of the second. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a dexter cubit arm in bend vested sable, cuffed 
argent, the hand holding a lantern fired proper. Motto — 
" Omnia agere honorifice." 

Son of Walter Eldridge Johnson, Gentleman, of 
Southwark Bridge Road, Southwark : — 

Dudley Roy Johnson, Gentleman, Lieut, (ret.) H.M.'s 
Army, b. . Res. — The Chestnuts, Dulwich Common, 

S.E.24. 

JOHNSON of Marsh Court (H. Coll., 3 Nov. 1920). 
Argent, on a chevron azure, a sun in splendour between 
two crosses flory or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a cock sable, bezantee, 
combed, wattled, and legged gules, and resting the dexter 
claw on an escallop argent. Motto — •" Come on." 

Son of Rev. H. I. Johnson, Headmaster of the R. 
Institution School, Liverpool, b. 1828 ; d. 1892 : — 

Herbert Johnson, Esq., J. P., C.C., Southampton, 
b. 1856; m. 1912, Violet, M.B.E. (1919) [d. 1921), d. 
of John Fletcher, of Saltoun, and widow of Capt. Bertram 
Meeking, 10th Hussars. Res. — Marsh Court, King's 
Somborne, Hants. Clubs — Bath, Arthur's. 



OSWALD CARNEGY JOHNSON, Gentleman, B.A. 
Oxon. , Barrister-at-Law. Born Aug. 15, 1867, being the 
only child of the late Rev. Frederick Pigot Johnson, M.A. 
Oxon. [5th son of Sir H. A. Johnson of Bath, 2nd Bart.], 
oy his wife Matilda Elizabeth, youngest daughter of James 
Carnegy-Arbuthnott of Balnnmoon and Findowrie, Forfar- 
shire N.B. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms, 




Quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale sable and azure on a saltire 
argent between three towers or, fired proper, one in chief 
and two in fesse, and two tilting-spears saltirewise in 
base of the third five cocks of the first (for Johnson) ; 2, 
argent, a fesse azure between six martlets sable, three and 
three (for Walsh) ; 3. the arms of Carnegy-Arbuthnott ; 
namely, quarterly, i. and iiii. azure, a crescent between three 
mullets, within a bordure argent, ii. and iii. or, an eagle dis- 
played azure, beaked and membered gules, within a bordure 
vair. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befit- 
ting his degree, with a Mantling sable and argent ; and 
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a tower argent, 
thereon a cock proper, with the Mottoes (above the crest) 
" Vicisti et vivimus " ; and (below the shield), " Nunquam 
non paratus." Married, July 12, 1892, Margaret Ward, 
third daughter of the late Rev. Edmond Thomas Butler, 
M.A. , Cantab., of Trotton St. George, Sussex. Postal 
address — Hotel Italia, Rapallo, Italy. 

JOHNSON (U.O.). Argent, a saltire sable, between a 
lymphad in chief of the second and a tower in base gules, 
on a chief engrailed of the last, three cushions or. Mant- 
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
on a mural crown proper, a spear erect or, between two 
wings expanded argent, each charged with an annulet gules. 
Motto — " Nunquam non paratus." 

Son of Noble Johnson of Rockenham, co. Cork, b. 

1798 ; d. ; m. 1828, Susan, d. of Joseph Bullen of 

Kinsale: — 
Joseph Bullen Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1833; 771. 1858, 
Eloise, d. of Capt. Robert Atkins Rogers of Coolfadda 
House; and has issue — Noble Johnson, Gentleman [m. 
1905, Madeline Mary, fifth d. of Lt.-Col. de Pentheny 
O'Kelly; and has issue— Madeline] ; and Alice [w. 1891, 
Capt. Arthur Hemming Robeson, late Wilts. Regt. ; and 
has issue]. Pes. — 



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Sons of William Johnson, Esq., J. P., D.L. , and High 
Sheriff of Cork 1861, b. 1815; d. 18&8 ; m. 1845, Ann, 
d. of John Smithwick of Kathelsheen, co. Tipperary: — 
Noble William Johnson, Esq., Capt. North Cork Rifles, 
J. P., b. 1846; vi. 1st, 1873, Mary Louisa, d. of Eyre Powell 
of Clareville, co. Limerick ; 2nd, 1885, Mary, d. of Capt. 
Richard Townshend Gray, late 50th Regt. ; and has surv. 
issue — (1) Evelyn Herbert Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1878; 
(2) William Richard Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1888; and 
Mildred. Res. — Ballinglanna, Glanmire, co. Cork. 
William Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1858. 
Valentine Francis Johnson, Gentleman, b. i860. 
Walter Berwick Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. — 

JOHNSON. Argent, three chevronels between two 
griffins' heads erased in chief and a fleece in base gules. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-griffin gules, holding a pheon in the dexter 




claw and resting the sinister on a lozenge or. Motto — 
" Lahore et honore." 

Eld. son of Thomas Fielding Johnson, Esq., J J. P. , 
of Leicester, b. 1828 ; d. ; m. 1st, 1855, ljulia, 

Christiana, d. of Samuel Stone of Leicester (William 
Johnson of Barkby, Thorpe, Leics. , a tenant at will 
of the Abbot and Convent of St. Mary de Pratir of 
Leicester, was living in 1296, and a pedigree has been 
proved and officially recorded showing the descent of 
the above-mentioned Thomas Fielding Johnson from 
William Johnson, also of Barkby Thorpe, who d. 1572, 
and was buried in Barkby Church) : — 
Thomas Fielding Johnson, Esq., J. P. co. Leicester, M.A. 
(Oxon.), b. 1856 ; m. 1883, Florence Lyne, d. of Edward 
Humphrey Paget of Leicester ; and has surv. issue— Thomas 
Paget Fielding Johnson, Esq., Lt.-Col. 4th Batt. Leicester 
Regt., b. 1885 [m. 1923, Verena Barbara Price of Leices- 
ter (Res. — Pailton, co. Warwick)] ; William Spurrett Fielding 
Johnson, Esq., M.C. , Capt. Leicester Yeo., b. 1892 [m. 1918, 
Gwendolen Edith Whetstone of Leicester (Res. — Strancliffe, 
Barrow-on-Soar, Leics.)]; Florence Julia Fielding (m. 1909, 
Bernard Everard of Barrow-on-Soar)] ; Agnes Miriam 
Fielding; and Christiana Fielding [m. 1914, Major John E. 
Viccars, D.S.O., of Ingursby Old Hall, Leicestershire]. 
Seat— Goscote Hall, near Leicester. 

JOHNSON (Confn. U.O. 1909). Argent, a saltire sable 
between two dexter hands couped gules, on a chief of the 
last three cushions of the field. Mantling gules, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an arm in 
armour embowed, the hand grasping a sword all proper 
between two wings erect azure. Motto — ' ' Nunquam non 



paratus." Livery— Blue, silver buttons, waistcoat yellow 
and blue stripes. 

Sons of John Owens Johnson, Esq., Major 12th Lanes., 

b. 1866; d. 1914; m. 1896, Ethel Anne, d. of 

Moore : — 
John Owens Johnson, Gentleman, Lieut. R. Lancaster 
Regt., b. 1900. Res. — 
William Byam Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. — 
Sons of Wiliiam Johnson, Gentleman, b. 1837 ; d. 
1912 ; m. 1864, Lydia Byam (d. 1922), d. of Francis 
Shand, Esq., J. P., of Woolton Wood, Lanes. : — 
Francis Shand Byam Johnson, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. 
(ret.) Roy. Lanes. Regt. , served in South Africa (two medals), 
6. 1869. Res. — Parfetts, Eversley Cross, Basingstoke, 
Hants. 

William C. Johnson, Esq., Capt. Sherwood Foresters, 
served in S. Africa (medal), b. 1870 ; m. , Elinth, d. of 

Roper Tyler; and has issue. Res. — 

JOHNSON-WALSH (R.L., 22 Oct. 1809, U.O.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a fesse azure, between six 
martlets sable (Walsh) ; 2 and 3, sable, on a saltire argent, 
between three towers or, inflamed proper, and in base two 
tilting-spears in saltire of the second, five cocks gules 
(Johnson). Mantling azure and argent. Crests — 1. on a 
wreath of the colours, a griffin's head erased argent (Walsh) ; 
2. on a wreath of the colours, on a tower proper, a cock 
gules (Johnson). Motto— " Firm." 

Sons of Sir John Allen Johnson-Walsh, 4th Bart. (High 

Sheriff 1854), b. 1829; d. 1893; m. 1859, Harriett Anna 

(d. 1924), d. of the Rev. William Brownlow Forde 

of Seaforde, co. Down : — 

Sir Hunt Henry Allen Johnson- Walsh, 5th Bart. (24th 

Feb. 1775), D.L. (High Sheriff 1900), Capt. King's 

Royal Rifle Corps (ret. 1897), b. 1864; m. 1910, Grace, 

youngest d. of Rt. Hon. Henry Bruen, P.C., of Oak Park, 

co. Carlow ; and has issue — Oonah Frances. Seat — Bally- 

kilcavan, Stradbally, Queen's Co. Club — Kildare Street 

(Dublin). 

Allen W'illiam Johnson- Walsh, Esq., b. 1868. Res. — 




Solomon Islands, Australia. 

JOHNSON-FERGUSON (R. L., 2 Dec. 1899, H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, per fesse indented gules and or, a pale 
counterchanged between two boars' heads couped in chief of 
the second, and in base a thistle, leaved and slipped proper 
(Ferguson) ; 2 and 3, azure, a pile or, thereon a lion statant 
of the first, on a chief of the last, a pale of the second and 
three acorns leaved and slipped, counterchanged (Johnson). 
Mantling gules and or. Crests — 1, on a wreath of the 
colours, ajboar's head couped or, in front of a thistle, leaved 
and slipped, thereon a bee, both proper (Ferguson) ; 2. on a 
wreath of the colours, a lion statant per pale azure and or. 



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holding in the mouth an acorn leaved and slipped, be- 
tween two branches of oak fructed proper (Johnson). 
Motto — " Nosce te ipsum." 

Only son of Jabez Johnson, Esq., J. P., of Kenyon Hall, 
nr. Manchester, £. 1809; d. 1887: m. 1845, Mary, d. 
of John Johnson of Broughton, Manchester : — 
Sir Jabez Edward Johnson-Ferguson, 1st Bart. (18 July 
1906), J. P. cos. Lancaster, Dumfries, and Lanark, Barrister- 
at-Law, M.A. (Camb.), M.P. Loughborough Div. of Leics. 
1885-6 and 1892-1900, b. 1849 ; m. 1874, Williamina Mar- 
garet Ellen, d. of William Alexander Cunningham, Esq., 
J. P., of Manchester ; and has issue — Edward Alexander 
James Johnson -Ferguson, Esq., B.A. (Camb.), Lt.-Col. 
Lanarksh. Imp. Yeo., J. P. cos. Dumfries and Lanark, b. 
1875 [m. 1904, Hon. Elsie Dorothea, elder d. oftheRt. Hon. 
Lord Aberccnway, P.C.; and has issue — Neil Edward 
Johnson-Ferguson, B.A., Esq., b. 1905; Brian Charles 
Johnson-Ferguson, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; and Raymond 
Patrick Johnson-Ferguson, Gentleman, b. 1912]. Seat — 
Springkell, Dumfriesshire. Club — Brooks's. 

JOHNSTON (U.O.) Argent, on a saltire couped gules, 
a bell of the first, on a chief sable, a cushion or, between 
two shuttles argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a phoenix rising, wings ex- 
panded proper, charged on the breast with a bell or. 
Motto — ' ' Vive ut vivas. 

Issue of Sir James Johnston, Knt. Bach. , of Donegall 
Street, Belfast, b. ; m. : — 

? Issue. 

JOHNSTON (L.O.). Argent, on a saltire sable, a 
dolphin or, on a chief gules, three cushions of the third. 
Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of 
his liveries, a winged spur or, leathered gules. Motto — 
" Nunquam non paratus." 

Son of : — 

David Landale Johnston, Esq., District and Sessions 
Judge, United Provinces, India, b. . Address — 

JOHNSTON (L.O., 27 Dec. 1917). Argent, a saltire 



Johnston (L.O. matric, 25 Nov. 1919). Arms as above, 
a bordure azure. Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest 




and in the flanks two galleys sails furled oars in action 
sable, on a chief engrailed gules, three cushions or. 

Only surv. chili of Charles Johnston. Esq., Col. R.A., 
b. 1829 ; d. 190^; m. 1861, Anna Augusta, d. of the late 
Andrew Thomas Turton Peterson, Barrister-at-Law, of 
the High Court, Calcutta, and of Arnewood Towers, 
Lymington, Hants. ; — 
Charlotte Lilias, b. 1867 ; m. 1891, Ernest Powell King, 
E sq. (d. ). Seat— Wainsford, Lymington, Hants. 




—On a wreath of his liveries, a spur erect or, winged 
argent. Motto — " Nunquam non paratus." 

Eld. son of Maj.-Gen. J. T. Johnston, C.B., of Park 
Cottage, Cobham, Surrey, b. i860 ; m. 1888, Margaret 
Emmeline, d. of George Lyall, of Headley Park, 
Epsom : — 
Basil Lyall Johnston, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b. 1889; m. 
1st, 1913, Dorothy Mary, d. of Major George Warren 
Rochfort Boyd, Manchester Regt. ; 2nd, 1926, Norah 
Margaret Woolfrey Moore, d. of Robert Moore Bridge, of 
Lorton, Dorset ; and has had issue — Peter Hamish Roch- 
fort Johnston, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; d. 1922 ; Ian Rochfort 
Johnston, Gentleman, [b. 1917 ; and Sheila Jeanette. Club 
— 'United Service. 

JOHNSTON (L.O., 1887). Parted per pale argent' and 
sable, a saltire counterchanged, on a chief gules 'three 




cushions or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — 
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gules; with the Motto, "Ready, aye readv." Livery— 
White, with black collar and cuffs, silver buttons and hat- 
band. 

Eld. son of Archibald Johnston, Gentleman, b. 1844; 

<*• I **. 1876, Amelia Harriet, dau. of Philip 

Whitehead : — 
Archibald Douglas Johnston, Gentleman, b. Sept. 22, 
1878. Postal add.— 

JOHNSTON. (L.O., 1755). Argent, a saltire sable, 
on a chief gules, three cushions or, a bordure wavy vert, 
charged with three bezants. Mantling gules, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, a winged spur 
cr. Motto — " Assiduitate," or " Nunquam non paratus." 
Eld. son of Fowell Buxt&n Johnston, Esq., Capt. 3rd 
Dragoons, £. 1839; d. 1914 ; m. 1869, Alice, d. of Adam 
Thomson Douglas of Moneylaws, Carham, Northumb. , 
and late of Argentine Republic : — 
Miles Johnston, Gentleman, M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.), 
L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S.(Edin.), b. 1870; m. 1897, Mary Eliza- 
beth, only d. of Andrew William Douglas, of Coldstream, 
Berwickshire; and has issue— Andrew Gunnar Douglas 
Johnston, Gentleman, late Lieut. K.O.S.B., b. 1898 [w. 
1926, Hildegart Fischer]. Res. — Downsview, Ditchhng, 
Hassocks, Sussex. 

WILLIAM ELLIOT LAWSON JOHNSTON, Gentle- 
man. Born May 16, 1872, being the elder son of the late 
John Lawson Johnston. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1897). 
— Argent, on a saltire sable, between four daggers, points 
flownwards, gules, the sun in his splendour or, on a chief 
of the third, three cushions of the fourth. Mantling sable 



his splendour or, on a chief of the third, three cushions 
of the fourth. Mantling sable, doubled argent. Crest— 




and argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a spur 
between two wings or, and upon an escrol over the same 
this Motto, "Nunquam non paratus." Residence — 67 
Curzon Street, S.W.i. 

Rt. Hon. Sir GEORGE LAWSON LAWSON 
JOHNSTON, 1st Baron Luke of Pavenham (1929), 
K.B.E. (Civ.) 1920, Justice of the Peace, and (1924) High 
Sheriff Bedfordshire. Born 1873, being the second son of 
the late John Lawson Johnston, Gentleman. Armorial 
bearings (L.O., 1901) — Argent, on a saltire engrailed sable, 
between four daggers points downwards gules, the sun in 




On a wreath of his liveries, a spur between two wings or, 
and in an escrol over the same this Motto, "Nunquam 
non paratus." Supporters — Dexter, a hiron ; sinister, a 
flamingo, both proper. Married, 1902, Hon. Laura (has 
Order of Mercy, with bar), fifth dau. of 16th Baron St. John 
of Bletsoe ; and has Issue — Hon. Ian St. John Johnston, 
B.A. (Carab. ), b. 1905; Hon. Hugh de Beauchamp 
Johnston, b. 1914 ; Hon. Olive Elizabeth Helen ; Hon. 
Margaret Beaufort [m. 1927, Isaac James Pitman, of n 
Wilton Place, S.W.]; Hon. Charlotte Enid; and Hon. 
Laura Pearl. Seat — Pavenham Bury, Beds. Town res. 
— 29 Portman Square, W. Clubs — Marlborough, St. 
Stephen's, Bath, Royal, Union des Yacht Club Francaise, 
&c. 

e^JOHXSTON (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a sal- 
tire sable, between in chief a trefoil slipped vert, and in base 




a heart ensigned with an imperial crown proper, a chief 
gules, thereon three cushions or (Johnston) ; 2. azure, six 



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lions rampant, three, two and one argent, armed and 
langued gules, a canton ermine, charged with a bull's scalp 
proper (Cheney); 3. quarterly, gules and argent, in the 
first and fourth quarters three cinquefoils pierced ermine, 
and a canton of the second charged with a trefoil slipped 
vert ; in the second and third quarters a lymphad, sails 
furled, oars in action, sable. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, an arm in armour 
embowd, the hand grasping a sword all proper, charged 
on the elbow with a spur-rowel gule=;. Motto — "Nunquam 
non paratus." 

Son of Andrew Edmund Johnston, Esq., b. 1848; </. 
1926 ; 7/1. 1877, Constance Mary, d. of John Samuel 
Graves of Woodbine Hill, Honiton, co. Devon : — 
George Paul Graves Johnston, Gentleman, b. 1881. 
Res.— 

Son of Rev. Richard Johnston, Clerk in Holy Orders, 

M.A. , b. 1816; d. 1906; m. 1st, 1844, Augusta Sophia 

(d. 1860), d. of Rev. George Hamilton, M.A. , Rector 

of Killermogh, Queen's Co. , and granddau. of the Rt. 

Rev. Hugh Hamilton, D.D., F.R.S. , of Newtown 

Hamilton, co. of Armagh, Bishop of Ossory: — 

Rev. Francis Burdett Johnston, M.A., Vicar of Waltham 

Abbey, co. Essex, b. 1850. Res. — The Vicarage, Waltham 

Abbey, Essex. Club — Athenaeum. 

JOHNSTON (Confirmed U.O., 29 Jan. 1924). Argent, 
on a sallire sable, two swords in saltire proper, a chief 
gules, thereon on a pale between two cushions tasselled 
or, on waves of the sea a ship with sails set of the third. 




Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a spur erect argent, with rowel and strap or, 
between two wings expanded of the first. Motto — 
" Nunquam non paratus." Livery '—Dark blue. 

Sons of George Birch Johnston, of Glynn House, 
Glynn, co. Antrim, b. 1811 ; d. 1885; m. 1856, Jane, 
d. of Thomas Kelly Evans, of Gortmerron, co, 
Tyrone : — 
Thomas Kelly Evans Johnston, Esq., C. B. (mil.), 1917; 
Brig.-Gen. late R.A. , J. P. and (1924) High Sheriff co. 
Antrim, served Afghan War 1880 (medal), S. Africa 1900-02 
(medals, 5 clasps, despatches twice), Great War (despatches) 
b. i860 ; m. 1891, Margaret Ross, d. of Archibald G ay ; 
and has had issue— George Birch Johnston, Gentleman, b. 
1891 ; d. 1892 ; Randal William McDonnel Johnston, Mid- 
shipman R.N., b. 1899; killed in H.M.S. "Vanguard" 
1917 ; and Margaret Gray [m. 1925, T. F. Broom, of 
Killellan. Argyll]. Seat— Glynn, co. Antrim. Clubs — 
Jun. United Service ; M.C.C.; Ulster (Belfast); R. Scottish 
Automobile (Glasgow). 



Maj. Randal William Johnston, late K.O.S. B., b. 1858. 
Res. — Bantry, Marquard, O.F.S., S. Africa. 

George Birch Johnston, Gentleman, b. 1866. Res- Glynn 
Cottage, Kemerton, Gks. 

Son of Charles McGarel Johnston, Gentleman, b. 1876 ; 
killed through enemy action 191 8 ; 771. Margaret 
Thompson : — 
George Robert Arthur McGarel Johnston, Gentleman, b. 
1916. Res. — Glynn Cottage, Grahamstown, S. Africa. 

JOHNSTON-GERRARD (U.O.). Azure, a lion ram- 
pant, and a bordure ermine. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion's gamb erased 
ermine, holding a hawk's lure gules, tasselled and garnished 
or. Motto — " Un durant ma vie." 

Eld. son of Henry Stuart Johnston, Esq., Col. 5th Bait. 

Leinster Regt., Roy. Meath Militia, of Stirling, Cljnee, 

co. Meath, b. 1835; d. 1914 ; m. 1867, Elizabeth Mary. 

d. of Col. Thomas Gerrard, 17th Lancers, of Gibbstown, 

co. Meath : — 

Henry Thomas Stuart Johnston-Cerrard, Gentleman, 

Barrister-at-Law, Iiish Bar, b. 1869; assumed by R.L. 

the name and arms of Gerrard under the will of 

his uncle, Thomas Gerrard, who died 1913. .S>a/— Stirling, 

Clonee, co. Meath. Club — Kildare Street (Dublin. ) 

JOHNSTONE (R.L., 1 June 1795). Quarterly, 1 and 
4, argent, a saltire sable, on a chief gules three cushions 
or, in base a human heart ensigned with a crown proper 
(for Johnstone) ; 2 and 3, per fesse, the chief or, the base 
per pale gules and vert, a double-headed demi-eagle issuing 
in chief sable, the dexter base charged with a tower, 
the sinister base charged with five towers in saltire 
or, the portcullis of each proper (for Vanden-Bempde). 
Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of 
the colours, a spur erect, rowels upwards gules, with wings 
elevated or (for Johnstone) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, 
out of the battlements of a tower argent, a double- 
headed demi-eagle displayed sable, wings or, a diamond 
pendent from a collar of pearls and charged on the 
breast with a sword fessewise proper (for Bempde). 
Motto — " Nunquam non paratus." 

Sons of Hon. Edward Henry Johnstone (2nd son 
of 1st Baron), b. 1854; d. 1903; m. 1896, Hon. 
Evelyn Mary Agar-Ellis, d. of 5th Viscount 
Clifden :— 
Rt. Hon. Sir George Harcourt Vanden-Bempde- John- 
stone, 3rd Baron Derwent (10 Oct. 1881), and 4th Bart. 
(6 July 1795) [Supporters — On the dexter, a lion ermine, 
crowned or, charged on the breast with an escutcheon 
also or, whereon a winged spur gules ; sinister, a horse 
ermine, bridled and saddled gules, charged on the 
shoulder as the dexter], b. 1899. Seat — Hackness Hall, 
nr. Scarborough, Yorks. Res. — 55 Brompton Square, 
S.W. 

Patrick Robin Gilbert Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, 
Gentleman, Lieut. K.R.R.C, b. 1901. Res. — 55 
Brompton Square, S.W. 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Harcourt Vanden-Bempde- 
Johnstone, 1st Baron Derwent, b. 1829; d. 1916 ; 
m. 1850, Charlotte, d. of Sir C. Mills, Bt., and sister 
of 1st Lord Hillingdon : — 
Hon. Cecil Johnstone, b. 1856. Res. — Hackness Hall. 
Hon. Sir Alan Johnstone, G.C.V.O., Diplomatic 
Service (ret.), Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary, Copenhagen, 1905, and The Hague, 
1910, b. 1858 ; m. 1892, Antoinette, d. of J. W. Pinchot, 
of New York ; and has issue — Harcourt Vanden- 
Bempde-Johnstone, Esq., M.P. Willesden, 1923-24 ; b. 
1895. Res. — 19 Seymour Street, W.i. Clubs — St. 
James's, Turf, Travellers'. 

Hon. Gilbert Johnstone, L.C.C., b. 1865 ; m. 1897, 
Rachael, d. of Col. the Hon. Archibald Douglas Pennant ; 
and has issue — Mark Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Esq., 
b. 1900 ; Felix Gilbert Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, 
Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. — 43 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 
Clubs — Bachelors', Turf. 

Son of Hon. Louis Johnstone (5th son of 1st Baron), 

b. 1862 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1891, Gwendoline, d. of Maj. 

H. C. Talbot :— 

Granville Henry Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Esq., 

D.S.O., Capt. R.H.A., served Great War (desp., Croix 

de Guerre), b. 1891; m. 1923, Margherita Ruby, d. of 

the late Arthur V. O'Connell, of Buenos Aires; and 

has issue — John Louis Johnstone, Gentleman, b. 1928 ; 

and Elizabeth Mary. Res. — Ravensdale House, Ascot. 

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JOHNSTONE of Alva (rematric. L.O. , 29 June i904,cadet 
of Johnstone of Westerhall). Argent, a saltire sable, between 
an annulet in chief of the second and a man's heart gules, 
ensigned with an Imperial crown in base or, on a chief of 
the third, three cushions of the fourth. Mantling sable, 
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a spur 



JOHNSTONE of Bignor Park, co. Sussex (L.O.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, between an annulet in chief sable 
and a man's heart gules, ensigned with an Imperial crown 
in base or, a saltire of the second charged with five fleurs- 
de-lys of the first, on a chief of the third three cushions of 




with wings or and leathered gules. Motto " Nunquam 

non paratus." Livery — Light blue, scarlet facings. 

Dau. of James Johnstone, Esq., of Alva, co. Stirling, 
and Hangingshaw, co. Selkirk, J. P. and D.L. 
cos. Clackmannan, Stirling, and Selkirk, M.P. cos. 
Clackmannan and Kinross 1851-7, b. 1801 ; d. 1888 ; 
m. 1st, 1846, Hon. Augusta Anne Norton (d. 1859), 
sister of 3rd Lord Grantley ; 2nd, 1862, Sarah Mary, 
d. of Lt.-Col. L'Estrange of Moystown, King's Co. : — 
Caroline Elizabeth Mary Johnstone J. P., of Alva (d. by 

1st mar.), b. 1849. Seats— Alva House, Alva, N.B. ; The 

Myretoun, Menstrie, N.B. 

Eld. surv. son of Major James Henry L'Estrange 
Johnstone, M.V.O. , Roy. Eng. , b. 1865; d. 1906; m. 
1891, Amy, d. of late Andrew Wauchope : — 
Henry Wauchoie Johnstone, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N.. 

b. 1895. Seat — The Hangingshaw, Selkirk. 

JOHNSTONE. Argent, a saltire sable, on a chief 
gules, three cushions or, in base a man's heart ensigned 
with an Imperial crown proper. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a spur with 
wings or. Motto — "Nunquam non paratus." Livery — 
Blue and white. 

Eld. son of George Charles Keppel Johnstone, Esq., 

Lieut. -Col. late 2nd Batt. Grenadier Guards, J. P., 

b. 1841'; d. 1912; m. 1875, Agnes Caroline (d. 1925), 

youngest d. of the late Thomas Chamberlayne, Esq., 

J. P., D. L. , of Cranbury Park and Weston Grove, 

Hampshire: — 

Sir George Frederic Thomas Tankerville Johnstone, 9th 

Bart. (25 April 1700), late Lieut.-Comdr. R.N.V. R., and 

late Lieut. Royal Sussex Militia, b. 1876 ; m. 1901, 

Ernestina, d. of Col. Porcelli Cust ; and has issue — Frederic 

Allan George Johnstone, Esq., b. 1906 ; Laura ; Violet [m. 

1924, Capt. G. T. St. V. Watson, late Indian Army, and 

has issue] ; and Dorothy. Clubs — R. Thames Yacht; R. 

Southampton Yacht. 




the fourth (Johnstone, L.O., 1899) ; 2 and 3, per saltire or 
and argent, on a saltire sable, five fleurs-de-lys of the first, a 
bordure gobony or and of the third (Hawkins). Mantling 
sable, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, 
a spur with wings or, leathered gules. Motto—" Nunquam 
non paratus." Livery — Brown and red. 

Only son of John Heywood Johnstone, Esq., J. P. co. 

Sussex, M.P. Horsham Div. co. Sussex, B.A. (Cambs.), 

Barrister-at-Law, b. 1850; m. 1878, Josephine, d. of 

late J. J. Wells of Bickley, co. Kent : — 
George Horace Johnstone, Esq., J. P. Sussex and Corn- 
wall, B.A. (Cambs.), Lieut. Royal 1st Devon I. Yeo. , 
b. 1882 ; m. 1910, Alison, second and youngest d. of Canon 
Stamford Raffles Flint, M.A., of Ladock, Cornwall; and 
has issue— Elizabeth Alison ; Rachel Mary ; and Jenifer 
Ruth. Seat— Trewithen, Cornwall. Club— United Uni- 
versity. 

5 MONTAGUE GEORGE JOHNSTONE, Esquire, 
D.S.O. (1901), Col. comdg. 1st Westminster Nat. 
Res. Regt., Lieut. -Col. late Royal Scots Greys,, J. P. 
co. Fife, Member of the King's Bodyguard for Scotland. 
Born March 21, 1848, being the second son of the late 
Gen. Montague Cholmeley Johnstone, by his wife Louisa 
Leonora, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Sir Henry Somerset, K.C. B. , 
K. H. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1898) — Argent, on a 
saltire sable, between an annulet in chief ot the second 
and a man's heart gules, ensigned with an imperial crown 
in base or, a portcullis of the last, on achief of the third, 
three cushions of the fourth. Mantling sable, doubled 
argent; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of his liveries, a 
spur with wings or, leathered gules ; and in an escroll over 
the same this Motto, " Nunquam non paratus." Livery— 
Light drab, crimson facings, silver buttons ; (dress) : white 
coat, crimson breeches. Married, July 10, 1880, Agnes 
Stansfeld (d. 1923), , widow of the late Capt. Robert Johns- 
ton Stansfeld of 12th and 38th Regts., and J. P. Yorkshire, 
and younger dau. of the late Joseph Harrison, Esq., of 
Galligreaves Hall, and of Samlesbury, Lanes., Lord of the 
Manor of Hadleigh, Essex, J. P., D.L. ; and has Issue— 
Montague Joseph Charles Somerset Johnstone, Esq., Maj. 
late R. Scots Greys, served Great War, b. June 16, 1882 
[m. 1st, 1906, Victoria Louise (d. 1916), d. of the late 
James Stewart; 2nd, 1916, Mary Marian, d. of the late 



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George Bayley, of Manuel, co. Stirling, and has issue — 
Roy Henry Montague Johnstone, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; and 




4 daus. (Res.— Annan, Framfield, Sussex)]; and Violet 
Agnes Charlotte Mary [m. 1900, Edward Foley, and has 
issue]. Res.— 66 Beaufort Mansions, Chelsea, S.W. Chtb 
— Naval and Military. 

JOHNSTONE (L.O.). Argent, asaltire sable, between 
an acorn slipped proper in chief and in base, on a chief 




Sons of John Lindsay Johnstone, of Sackviile Street, 

Dublin, b. 1823; d. 1896; m. 1856, Rebekah, d. of 

George Augustus De Winter, of Armagh, Ireland : — 

Rev. Urban Lindsay Johnstone, M.A. , LL.B. (Trin. 

Coll., Dublin), Vicar of St. John Baptist, Smallwood, b. 

1875; m. 1908, Emily Minshull, d. of the late Thomas 

Cocker, Esq., J. P., and has issue — Nannie Josephine 

Lindsay ; Delicia Gwendoline Lindsay ; Emily Phyllis 

Lindsay ; and Muriel Lindsay. Res. — The Vicarage, 

Smallwood, Sandbach, Cheshire. 

Rev. Samuel Martin Johnstone [Arms as above, but 
(L.O.)the chief indented], M.A. (Roy Univ. of Ireland, 
and Queen's Univ., Belfast), F. R.H.S., F.R.Astr.S., 
Rector of St. John's, Parramatta, a Governor of the King's 




engrailed vert, three cushions or. Mantling vert, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a winged spur 
or. Motto— " Nunquam noo paratus." Livery— Green 
and silver. 



School, Parramatta, b. 1879 ; m. 1906, Elyne Fanny 
Gladys, d. of John Kennedy Doyle, Esq., J.P. ,of Miowera 
Station, Nyngan, N.S.W., and has issue— John Rodeiick 
Lindsay Johnstone, Gentleman, b. 1914; Geraldine Mar- 
garet Lindsay ; and Grace Mary Lindsay. Res.— St. John's 
Rectory, Parramatta, New South Wales. 

JOHNSTONE (1541, matric. L.O. 177 2 , rematric. 
1870)— Argent, a saltire wavy sable, between a mullet in 
chief and a rose in base gules, and in flank two garbs 
vert, on a chief of the third, three cushions or. Mantling 
gules doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, 
a spur 1 roper, winged or. Motto—" Nunquam non 

paratus." -..»«•• -a 

Eld. son of Richard Johnstone, Esquire, Maj. 1st batt. 
K. O. Royal Rifles, b. 1874; d. 1922; m. 1899, 
Catherine Florence May, dau. of Adm. Sir Robert 
Harris, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. :- «,.,.„„ 

James Johnstone, Esq., b. 1900. Seat— Fulford Hall, 

Hockley Heath, Warwick. 

JOHNSTONE-SCOTT (R.L., 17 April i860, H. Coll.). 
Quarterly 1 and 4, sable, an escutcheon argent within an orle 
of eight owls or (Scott) ; 2 and 3, argent, a saltire gules, in 
base a heart of the last, imperially crowned proper, on a 
chief of the second, three cushions or (Johnstone). Mant- 
ling sable and argent. Crests— 1. on a wreath of the 
colours, an owl argent, resting the dexter claw on an 
escutcheon gules, charged with a fleur-de-lys also argent 
(Scott) ; 2. on a wreath 1 f the colours, a spur with wings or, 
leathered gules (Johnstone). 

Sons of Henry Richard Johnstone-Scott, Esq., B.A. 
(Camb.), b. 1830; d. 1912; m. 1866, Cressida Eliza- 
beth, d. of William Selby-Lowndes of Whaddon Hall, 

co. Bucks.: — r> ,,, ,. , 

Henry Lister Johnstone-Scott, Esq., J.P. W.R. Yorks., 
b i860- m. 1910, Maynie. fc urth d. of W. Paton of Scar- 
borough. Res.— Woodhall. Wetherby, Yorks. 



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charged with three 
second between two 
solum forti pairia." 



Charles Johnstone-Scott, Esq., late Capt. S. African 
Defence Corps, b. 1870 ; m. 1907, Elizabeth Matheson- 
Worrock, and has issue — Ronald Johnstone-Scott, Gentle- 
man, b. 1911; Charles Hugh Johnstone-Scott, Gentleman, 
b. 19 1 3 ; and 2 daus. Res. — 

JOICEY (H. Coll., 1893). Argent, three lozenges sable, 
within two bendlets invected gules, all between two miners' 
picks in bend proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-man affrontee in 
armour proper, garnished or, the helmet adorned with 
three feathers gules, holding in the dexter hand a scimetar 
of the first, pommel and hilt gold, supporting with the 
sinister hand an escocheon argent, 
torteaux within two bendlets of the 
fleurs-de-lys sable. Motto—" Omne 
Livery — Chocolate, piped red. 

Son of George Joicey of Gateshead, b. 1813; d. 1856; 
m. 1837, Dorothy, d. of Jacob Gowland of Wrekenton, 
co. Durham : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir James Joicey, 1st Baron Joicey (13 Jan. 1906), 
1st Bart. (3 July 1893), J. P. and D.L. cos. Durham, North- 
umberland, and Newcastle-on-Tyne, M.P. for Chester-le- 
Street Div. of Durham 1885-1906 [Supporters (of Barony)— 
On either side a Shetland pony proper, haltered or], b. 1846; 
m. 1st, 1879, Elizabeth Amy (d. 1881), only d. of Joseph 
Robinson, Esq. , J. P., of North Shields; 2nd, 1884, Margaret 
Smyles (d. 1911), dau. of the late Col. Thomas Drever ; 
andhassurv. issue— (1) Hon. James Arthur Joicey, Major late 
7th Batt. Northumberland Fus. , J. P. Northumberland, High 
Sheriff (1910) co. Durham, b. 1880 [/«. 1904, Georgina 
Wharton, yr. d. of Augustus Edward Burdon of Hartford 
House, Northumberland] ; and has issue — James Joicey, 
Esq., 2nd Lieut. 14th Hussars, b. 1907 (Club — Cavalry); 
Norah Marguerite ; Sylvia Alice ; and Angela Georgina 
(A\s.r.— Longhirst, Morpeth, Northumberland ; 23 Norfolk 
Street, W.)] ; (2) Hon. Hugh Edward Joicey, D.S.O., 
Col. Res. of Officers, late 14th Hussars, b. 1881 [m. 
1921, Joan Katherine, d. of Hon. Frederick William 
Lambton ; and has issue— David Hugh Joicey, Esq., b. 
1922 ; Michael Edward Joicey, Gentleman, b. 1925. Res. — 
Etal Manor, Berwick-on-Tweed]. Seat — Ford Castle, 
Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland. Town res. — 58 
Cadogan Square, S. W. Clubs — Reform, National Liberal, 
Hurlingham. 

JOHN PAKENHAM JOICEY-CECIL, Esq. .commonly 
called Lord John Pakenham Joicey-Cecil, Major 4th Batt. 
Lincolnshire Regt., formerly Lieut. Gren. Guards, J. P. for 




additional surname and arms of Joicey. Born March 3, 
1867, being the fourth son of the late Most Hon. William 
Alleyne Cecil, third Marquess of Exeter, P.C. , by his wife 
Lady Georgina Sophia, second dau. of the Right Hon. 
Thomas Pakenham, second Earl of Longford. Ar- 
morial bearings -Quarterly, 1 and 4, barry of ten argent 
and azure, over all six escutcheons sable, three, two and 
one, each charged with a lion rampant of the first (for 
Cecil) ; 2 and 3, argent, three torteaux, each charged with 
a lozenge in bend of the first between two bendlets gules 
(for Joicey). Mantling azure and argent.. Crests -1. upon 
a cap of maintenance, a garb or, supported by two lions, 
the dexter argent, the sinister azure (for Cecil) ; 2. upon a 
wreath of the colours, a demi-man affronts in armour proper, 
the helmet adorned with three feathers gules, argent and 
azure, resting the dexter hand on an escutcheon of the arms 
of Joicey and supporting with the sinister a spiked mace 
also proper. Motto -" Cor unum via una." Livery (dress) 
— Light blue, white facings, silver buttons; (undress), pepper 
and salt, silver buttons. Married, Sept. 15, 1896, Isabella 
Maud, eHest dau. and co-h. of the late Col. John Joicey, 
M. P. , of Newton Hall, Northumberland ; and has had Issue 
— (1) John Francis James Joicey-Cecil, Esq., Lieut. Gren. 
Gds. , b. Sept. 18, 1897 ; killed in action 1916 ; (2) Edward 
Wilfrid George J icey-Cecil, Gentleman, b. 1912; Isabella 
Rosamond Georgiana [m. 1926, Capt. John Noble 
Kennedy, M.C., R.A.] ; and Maud Lettice Mary. Seat — 
Highfield, Andover. Club —Junior Carlton, 

JOLY DE LOTBINIERE (Confirmed in France by 
" titrede noblesse " 1785. Regd. H. Coll. ). Per fesse azure 
and argent, in chief upon the trunk of a tree fessewise or, 
two silver partridges ensigned by the coronet of a French 




the Liberty of the Soke of Peterborough, M.P. Stamford 
Div. of Lincolnshire 1606. Assumed by Roy. Lie. 1898, the 



marquess, and in base issuing from water three bulrushes 

erect all proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — 

Issuing from the coronet of a French marquess proper, a 

demi-lion rampant azure, holding in the dexter paw afleur- 

de-lys or. Motto — " Sois juste et fort." -= - u 

Son of Edmond Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere, Esq., 

J. P., Seignior of Lotbiniere in the Province of Quebec, 

Canada (son of Hon. Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere, 

K..C. M.G. , P.C. — see blow), b. i860; d. 1911 ; m. 

1885, Lucy Geils, d. of late William Darling Campbell 

of Quebec: — 

Alain de Lotbiniere Joly de Lotbiniere, Esq., B.A. , 

Mediille d'Honneur en Vermeil, Capt. (Res.) R.H.C. 

Seignior of Lotbiniere, b. 1886; m. 1912, Mary Agnes, d. 

of the late William Jasper Slayden ; and has issue — Alain 

Chartier Edmond Joly de Lotbiniere, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; 

and 3 daus. Estate— The Seigniory of Lotbiniere (granted 

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of Lotbiniere, Province of Quebec, Canada. Res. — 
591 Pine Avenue, Montreal, Canada. Clubs — Mount Royal, 
University, and Garrison (Quebec). 

Sons of Hon. Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere, K.C.M.G., 

P.C. (Canada), LL.D,, D.C.L., K.C., Premier of 

Quebec 1878-9, Minister of Inland Revenue for Canada 

1896-1900, Lieut. -Gov. of British Columbia 1900-6, 

grandson of the last Marquess of Lotbiniere, b. 1829 ; 

d. 1908 ; m. 1858, Margaretta Josepha, d. of Hammond 

Gotten : — 

Alain Chartier de Lotbiniere Joly de Lctbiniere, Esq., 

C.B., C.S.I. (1911), CLE. (1906), Maj.-Gen. (ret,) late 

R.E., has Kaisar-i-Hind gold medal, b. 1862; m. 1887, 

Mari n Helen, d. of Lieut. -Col. John Campbell. Club — 

Naval and Military. 

Henri Gustave joly de Lotbiniere, Esq., D.S.O. (1902), 
Brig. -Gen. (ret.) late R.E. .served on N.W. Frontier, India, 
1897-8 (medal and three clasps), S. African War, 1899- 1902 
(medal, desp. , bt., and D.S.O.), with Somaliland Field 
Force 1903-4, and Great War 1915-18 (desp. 5 times, 
Brev.-Col., b. 1868 ; m. 1902, Mildred Louisa, d. of 
Charles Seymour Grenfell, Esq., J. P., of Taplow, Bucks. ; 
and has issue — 2 sons. Res.— Brandon Hall, Brandon, 
Suffolk. 

JOLLIFFE. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, on a pile 
vert, three dexter hands couped of the first (for 
Jolliffe) ; 2 and 3, argent, two bars azure (for Hylton). 
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of 
fhe colours, a cubit arm erect couped vested vert 
cuffed and the sleeve charged with a pile argent, the 
hand grasping a sword in bend proper. Supporters — 
Two lions guardant azure, each charged on the shoulder 
with three annulets two and one or. Motto — " Tant 
que je puis." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Hedworth Hylton-Jolliffe, 2nd 

Baron Hylton, b. 1829 ; d. 1899 J by his first wife, 

m. 1858, Agnes Mary, d. of 2nd Earl of Strafford : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Hylton George Hylton Jolliffe, 3rd Baron 

Hylton, of Hylton, Durham, and Petersfield, Southampton 

(19 July 1866), and a Baronet (20 Aug. 1821), M.A. 

(Oxford), J. P., C.A., formerly M.P., Lord-in -Waiting to 

the King, and Capt. of the Yeomen of the Guard, b. 

1862 ; m. 1896, Lady Alice Hervey, d. of 3rd Marquess 

of Bristol ; and has issue; — Hon. William George Hervey 

Jolliffe, Capt. Coldstream Gds., b. 1898 ; Hon. Elizabeth 

Alice Cecilia [m. 1928, Edmond Joly de Lotbiniere, late 

Lieut. R.E.]. Seat — Ammerdown Park, Radstock. 

Town res. — 21 Manchester Square, W.i. Clubs — 

Brooks's, Carlton. 



JONES, see HEYWOOD-JONES, 
and WILLDING-JONES. 



PRYCE-JONES, 



JONES of Irnham Hall (H. Coll.). Per chevron argent 
and sable, in chief two dragons' heads erased gules, and 
in base two crosses patee ntchee in saltire or. Mant- 
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-gryphon gules, grasping a miner's pick- 
axe head downwards in pale or. Badge — An ogress 
charged with a miner's pickaxe in pale surmounted 
by two crosses patee ntchee in saltire or. Motto — 
" Quod caepio persequor." 

Son of Thomas Jones, of Walsall : — 

Sir Frederick John Jones, 1st Bart. (23 May 1919), 
J. P. W.R. Yorks., Lord of the Manors of Irnham and 
Corby, b. 1854 ; m. 1st, 1877, Annie Elizabeth (d. 1893), 
d. of Walter Benton, of Walsall ; 2nd, 1902, Katherine 
(d. 1921), d. of Robert Dyson, of Rotherham ; and has 
issue (by 1st marriage) — (1) Walter Benton Jones, Esq., 
b. 1880 ; {2} Charles Frederick Jones, Esq., b. 1882 ; Edith 
Annie [m. 1901, Leslie Wilton] ; Marion [m. 1908, James 
Wortley Fawcett] ; Agnes [m. 1907, Martin James 
Mowat ; and has issue] ; (by 2nd marriage) — Katherine 
Mary. Seat — Irnham Hall, Grantham. 

PRICHARD-JONES of Bron Menai (H. Coll., 1910). 
Gules, a lymphad in full sail or, on a chief of the second, 
two escutcheons of the first. Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colou s, a demi-lion gules, rest- 
ing the sinister paw on a boar's head erased or. Motto — 
"Ventus secundet." 

Sons of Sir John Prichard Prichard-Jones, 1st Bt. , J. P. 
and D. L. Anglesiey, b. 1845 ; a sumed by Deed Poll 1917 
the ad itional surname of Prichard ; d. igij ; m. 1st, 
1878, May Coggan, d. of Vincent Coates, formerly 



of Muchelney, Langport, Somerset; m. 2nd, 191 1, 

Marie (who m. 2nd, 1926, 14th Baron Louth), yst. d. 

of late Charles Read, Solicitor, of Hampstead: — 

Sir John Prichard-Jones, 2nd Bart. (15 July 1910), b. 

1913. Seats — Maes-yr-Hav, Elstree, Herts.; Bron Mtnai, 

Dwyran, Anglesey. 

Richard William Prichard-Jones, Esq., b. 1914. 

JONES (H. Coll.,). Per chevron gules and argent, in 
chief two eagles' heads erased or, and in base a lymphad 
sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, an eagle's head erased or, supporting in 
the beak an anchor sable. Motto — " Nihil volenti 
durum." 

Son of George Jones, of Pontnewydd, co. Mon- 
mouth : — 

Sir Thomas George Jones, K.B.E. (1921), b. 1881 ; 
m. 1901, Mary, d. of the late Alfred Matthews, of Porth- 
cawl, co. Glamorgan ; and has issue — Ronald Jones, 
Esq., b. 1904 ; Monica ; Veronica ; Marie. Res. — Beach- 
side, Porthcawl, co. Glamorgan. 

JONES. Gules, on a chevron or, between three escut- 
cheons argent, each charged with a boar's head couped of 
the first, an arrow paleways proper, a martlet for difference. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the 
colours, upon a mount vert, a boar's head couped gules, in 
front of an arrow paleways proper. Motto — " Heb nevol 
nerth nid sicr saeth." 

Only surv. son of Alexander Fair Jones, Esquire, J. P. 

Flints, formerly Capt. 4th Hussars, Major late 6th Batt. 

King's Royal Rifle Corps, b. Feb. 24, 1838 ; d. 1915 ; 

m. Sept. 11, 1866, Amelia Helen (d. 1909), d. of James 

Gillespie Davidson, W.S., of Edinburgh : — 

Alexander Keith Jones, Esq., J. P. Kingston, Jamaica, 

Capt. R.N. (ret.), b. Feb. 20, 1870. Clubs— Army and 

Navy; Grosvenor (Chester). 

JONES (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent a 
chevron ermines between three ravens sable, on a chief 
engrailed of the second a heart or (for Jones) ; 2 and 3, 
argent, on a chevron sable, gutte'e-d'eau, between three 
quails proper, in the centre chief point a pellet, two swords 
points upward, of the first (for Quayle). Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, on a heart or, a raven sable, gorged 




with a collar gemel argent. Motto — " Deus pascit corvos. '" 
Livery — White, with black cuffs and collar. 

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Pakenham, co. Suffolk, and formerly Rural Dean, b. 
1825; d. 1906; m. 1853, Barbara Rose, second d. of 
Robert Weale, Assistant Commissioner of Poor Laws : — 
Morey Quayle Jones, Esq. , C. B. (Mil. Div. ) (1898), C. M.G. 
(1917), C.B.E. (civ.) (1920), Brig.-Gen. commanding 17th 
Inf. Brigade, Ireland (1905-9), Hon. Brig.-Gen. (1912), 
J. P., D.L. co. Warwick, served Bechuanaiand Campaign, 
S. Africa, and Great War, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1855 ; m. 
Feb. 14, 1888, Isabel Dashwood ; and has issue— Phyllis 
Quayle [m. Lt.-Col. Starkey, of Radway Grange, Warwick- 
shire. Res. — Claverdon Hall, Warwick; Barton Mere, 
Bury St. Edmund's. Club — Army and Navy. 

JONES (H. Coll., 26 Nov. 1924). Per chevron azure 
and or, in chief two dragons' heads erased and respectant 
of the second, and in base, on a mount issuant vert, a lion 
rampant of the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a dragon's head or, 
two fasces saltirewise azure. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Edward Lloyd Jones, Clerk 

in Holy Orders, of Folkestone, b. 1832 ; d. 1918 ; 

m. 1857, Agnes Harriet, d. of Rev. Francis Vyvyan 

Luke : — 
Arthur Vyvyan Lloyd Jones, Esq., J. P., b. i860; 
m. 1910, Edith Mary, d. of the late William Price of 
Bracknell, Berks. Res. — Penyrallt, Pentrecourt, Llan- 
geler, co. Carmarthen. 

JONES. Sable, a stag trippant between three spear- 
heads argent. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a 




wreath of the colours, a stag trippant proper, in front of two 

spears in saltire, the shafts sable and the heads argent. 

Motto — "Spectemur agendo." 

Son of Edward Feilding Jones, Gentleman, b. March2S, 
1868 ; m. Nov. 23, 1895, Ella, dau. of Owen Friend 
of Moreton Hampstead, Devonshire: — 
William Owen Ellis Feilding Jones, Gentleman, b. April 

26, 1900. Res. — 

JONES of Liverpool (H. Coll., 14 June 1923). Per 
pale dovetail azure and argent, a chevron sable, in dexter 
chief a four-masted sailing ship sails furled flags flying 
to the dexter or. Crest — On a wreath argent and vert, 



upon the round top of the mast of a sailing ship an eagle 
perched head to the sinister all or. Badge — A fountain 
encircled by a wreath of sea campion proper, tied with a 
riband azure. Motto — " Anturiaf." 

Second son of Thomas Jones, of Bush Farm, Port 
Dinorwic, co. Carnarvon ; m. Catherine d. of Owen 
Davies, of Rhostryfan, co. Carnarvon : — 
David Jones, Esq., J. P. Liverpool, b. 1864; m. 1899. 

Thomas Roberts, of Colwyn, 

Elder Jones, Gentleman, b. 

Res. — 39 Hyde Park Gate, 

Exchange, and University 



Amelia Annie, d. of Capt. 
and has issue — Thomas 
1904; Mary Constance. 
S.W.7. Clubs— R.A.C. 
(Liverpool). 



JONES of Chester (H. Coll., 23 Jan. 1919). Argent, 
a chevron between in chief two boars' heads erased, and 
in base a spear-head, all gules. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount 
vert, a boar's head erased quarterly gules and argent. 
Motto — " Heb nevol nerth nid sicr sabth." 

Second son of John Jones, Esq., J. P., of Ireton 

Lodge, Wolverhampton, b. ; d. ; m. 

Elizabeth Leigh : — 

Edward Peter Jones, Esq., J. P. for Cheshire and 

Chester, b. 1871 ; m. 1900, Madeline, d. of Sir Horatio 

Brevitt, Knt., of Wolverhampton. Res. — Greenbank, 

Chester. Club — Reform. 

Eldest son of Harry Beresford- Jones (the third son 
of the above John Jones, Esq.), b. 1872 ; m. 1901, 
Lilian Isabel, d. of William Thomas, of Wolver- 
hampton : — 
Capt. Richard Duncan Beresford-Jones, b. 
Res.— 

JONES (H. Coll.). Ermine, a lion rampant azure 
within a bordure of the last, charged with eight mullets or. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a lion rampant azure, resting the sinister forepaw 
on an antique shield or, charged with a spear-head proper, 
and the dexter hind paw on a mullet or. Motto — "JEquo 
animo." 

Son of Col. Inigo William Jones, M.A., of Kelston 

Park, J. P. and D.L., formerly Major nth Hus., 

High Sheriff co. Somerset 1868, and Lt.-Col. 1st Batt. 

Somerset Vol., b. ; d. 1878; m. 1844, Anne Maria, 

d. of Joseph Neeld of Grittleton, Wilts. :— 

Rev. Ralph William Inigo- Jones, Clerk in Holy Orders, 

Rector of Tatterford, Norfolk, 1891-1923, formerly Lieut. 

R.N., Lord of the Manor of Kelston, b. 1851 (assumed by 

Deed Poll igi4the additional surname of Inigo) ; m. 1879, 

Minnie, d. of the late Henry Griffiths, of Brighton ; and 

has issue— Lionel William Inigo-Jones, Gentleman, b. 1885. 

Seat— Kelston Park, nr. Bath. 

JONES (H. Coll.). Sable, on a fesse cottised between 
three boar's heads couped or, a cross pat6e between two 
pierced mullets of the field. Mantling sable and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a boar's 
head couped erect or, two pierced mullets gules. Motto — 
" Heb lafur Heb lwydd." 

Sons of James Jones, Gentleman, of Leytonstone, 
Essex Surveyor in H.M. Customs (ret.), b. 1844; m. 
1867, Margaret (d. 1902), foster d. of William Robin- 
son of H.M. Customs, Liverpool : — 
Arthur Ernest Jones, Gentleman, b. 1870. 
Harold William Jones, Gentleman, b. 1876. 
Frederick James Jones, Gentleman, b. 1878. 
Herbert Erasmus Jones, Gentleman, b. 1880. 
Richard Grosvenor Jones, Gentleman, b. 1883. 
Leonard Stanley Jones, Gentleman, b. 1891. 

JONES (H. Coll.). Per fesse azure and or, a sword in 
pale, point downwards, between in chief a scroll and a 
flame of fire, all proper, and in base two lozenges sable. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, issuant from a mount sable, three sunflowers, 
leaved proper. Motto — " Lumen accipe et imperii." 

Son of John Jones, Esq., J. P., of Northlands, co. 
Glamorgan, b. ; d, ; m. : — 

John James Jones, Esq., J. P., D.L. and (1914) Sheriff 
co. Brecon, Lt.-Col. (ret.) 1st Vol. Batt. South Wales 
Borderers, V.D., b. 1845 ; m. 1st, 1869, Kate (d. 1922), 
d. of William Jones, Esq., J. P., of Cyfarthfa, Merthyr 
Tydfil; 2nd, 1925, Annie, d. of the late H. C. Mann, of 
Cefn Coed. Res. — Fronhenlog, Cefn-Coed-y-Cymnor, 
Vaynor, co. Brecknock. Club — R.A.C. 



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JONES of Llanmiloe (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron 
between two bulls' heads erased in chief and a hon passant 
in base azure, a tower ensigned by a ducal coronet or, 
between two boars' heads couped of the field. Mantling 
azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
boar's head erased azure, tusked or, in front of a dexter 
arm embowed in armour proper, garnished gold, the hand 
within a gauntlet striking with a scimitar also proper, the 
hilt of the second. Motto— " Pro patria et rege." 

Sons of Morgan Jones of Llanmiloe, co. Carmarthen, 
I. P. and D.L. cos. Carmarthen, Cardigan, and Pem- 
broke, High Sheriff co. Cardigan 1854, b. 1829 ; d. 
1905 ; m. ist, 1852, Helen (d. 1855), d. of Alexander 
Stewart; 2nd, 1858, Sarah Fiances, d. of Rees Goring 
Thomas ; 3rd, 1875, Elizabeth Maria, d. of George 
Bowen Jordan: — 
Morgan Jones, Esq., J.P. co. Carmarthen, High Shenrt 
1909, Lord of the Manor of Langharne, late Lieut. 15th E. 
York's. Regt., b. 1854; m. 1879, Sophie, eld. d. of James 
Atkinson Sharp of Linden Hall, Lanes. ; and has issue- 
Morgan Grainger Jones, Esq., Capt. Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers, b. 1881 [m. 1908, Josephine Mary Margaret, d. of 
Sir William Nelson, Bart., and has issue— Gwyn William 
Morgan Jones, Gentleman, b. 1910]. Seats— Llanmiloe, 
St. Clears, Carmarthenshire; Stratford Lodge, Southsea, 
Hants. Club— Naval and Military. 
William Price Sutton Jones, Gentleman, b. 1877. Res.— 

MORRIS PATERSON JONES, Esq., J.P. (ret.) for 
the city of Liverpool, Solicitor, Past Pres. of the In- 
corporated Law Society of Liverpool, Governor of 
Liverpool College, Fellow of the Institute of Directors. 
Born Nov. 28, 1847, being the eldest son of the late Morns 
Charles Jones, Esq., J.P. for Montgomeryshire, F.S.A., of 
of Gungrog, Welshpool, by his wife Elizabeth, eldest 
daughter of the late Robert Paterson, J.P. of Nunfield, in 
the county of Dumfries. Armorial bearings (H. Coll., 
26 July 1882)— Sable, a fasces fessewise or, between three 
nags' heads erased argent. Mantling sable and or. Crest— 
Upon a wreath of the colours, a fasces fessewise or, sur- 
mounted by a nag's head erased argent. Motto— " Justus 
ac tenax propositi." Married, March 4, 1874, Clara, eldest 
daughter of the late John Vernon of Tushingham, in the 
county of Cheshire (she died September 16, 1884) ; and has 
surv. Issue— Morris Vernon Jones, Gentleman, served Great 
War with Liverpool Scottish Regt., and R. Welch Fus., b. 
September 16, 1884 ; m. 1914, Gladys Margaret, only d. 
of William Forshaw Wilson, of Liverpool ; and has issue 
— Ve-non Morris Jones, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; and William 
Morris Jones, Gentleman (twin), b. 1920] ; Gladys. He 
married secondly, May 25, 1899, Elizabeth (she died 2 
April 1924), youngest dau. of the late Charles Lane of 
Liverpool. Estate— Gungrog, co. Montgomery. Post, 
address — Gungrog Hall, Welshpool. Clubs— Athenaeum 
(Liverpool), Conservative (Liverpool). 

JONES of Borth (H. Coll., 1914)- Vert, a crescent 
between four estoiles, two and two, or. Mantling vert 
and or.— Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of 
two sceptres in saltire or, an eagle's head erased proper. 
Motto — " Quod non es nolis." . 

Only son of the Rev. Evan Jones, Clerk in Holy 
Orders, of Bethune Road, Stamford Hill, b. 1832 ; 
d. 1902 : m. Mary, d. of Edward Jones : — 
Richard Evan Jones, Esq., O.B.E., J.P. co Cardigan 
M.A. (Camb.), b. 1873; m. 1904, Gertrude Helen, d. of 
Herbert Briddon ; and has issue— Richard Evan Lloyd 
Jones, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; Herbert Vincent Jones, 
Gentleman, b. 1908. Res.— Borth, co. Cardigan. 
Club — Constitutional. 

JONES, formerly of Dollanstown (U.O.). Gules, on a 
cross between four mullets pierced or, a broken spear, 
pheon downwards, of the field. Mantling gules and or. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a wing gules, semee 
of estoiles or. Livery — Blue and silver, blue facings, 
and white breeches. 

Sons of Gilbert Pickering Rudkin Jones of Dollans- 
town, co. Meath, b 1834 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1875, Mane, 
d. of Joseph Bond, of Taunton : — 
Roger Conyngham Jones, Gentleman, b. 1876 ; w.1913, 
Amabel Gertrude, d. of Charles W. Beckwith, of Douglas, 
Isle of Man ; and has issue — Florence Josephine Rudkin. 
Res.— 69 Waterloo Road, Dublin. . 

Henry Shawe Jones, Gentleman, b. 1881. Res.— Apia, 
Samoa. 



JONES (H. Coll.). Azure, between two barrulets 
wavy argent, three galleys in full sail, pennons flying 
gules in chief a sun in splendour or. Mantling azure 
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi- 
dragon -gules, resting the sinister claw on an anchor 
proper ' Badge — Between two dragons' wings conjoined 
gules, a ship's lantern proper. Motto— " Yr lor yum 
hangor hi." 

Son of the late Cipt. John Jones, of Llanon, co. 

Thomas 8 Alban Jones, Esq., D.S.O., R.D.,Capt. R.N.R. 
(ret.), High Sheriff co. Radnor, a Freeman of the City 
of London, formerly Nautical Advisor to Union Castle 
Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., b. 1869 ; m. 1905, Anne, d. 
of John Roberts, Esq., J.P. Res.— 

JONES (H. Coll). Per chevron sable and vert, a chevron 
invected argent, charged with four pallets gules between two 
fleurs-de-lys in chief of the third and an eagle displayed in 
base or, on a chief also of the third, a stag statant proper 
between two lozenges azure. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a stag stagnant between 
two arms in armour counter-embowed, each holding in the 
hand a fleur-de-lys. Motto— ' ' A noddo Duw a ncddir. 
Livery— Brown, with light blue facings. 

Sons of Rev. Thomas Jones of Eisteddfa, Criccieth, N. 
Wales, by lane Elizabeth, d. of Robert Jones:— 
Sir Robert Armstrong-Jones, Knt.-Bach. (i 9 i7),C.BE 
mil. (i 9 i 9 ),F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., D.Sc, M.D. (Lond.), b. 
1857 ; assumed by Deed Poll 1913, the additional surname 
of Armstrong; m. 1893. Margaret Elizabeth, eld. d. of the 
late Sir Owen Roberts, M.A., D.C.L., LL.D., J. P., D.L., 
and has issue— Ronald Owen Lloyd Armstrong Armstrong- 
Jones, Esq., b. 1899 \m. 1925, Anne, d. of Lt.-Col. 
Leonard Messel, of Nymans, Handcross, SussexJ ; h,laine 
Margaret Armstrong [w. 1920, Capt. Edward Charles 
Wauchope, M.C.]; and Gwendolen Jane Armstrong. 
Res— a Bramham Gardens, S.W. ; PlasDinas, Carnarvon, 
N. Wales. Club— Reform. 

^David Fowden Jones, Esq., J.P. co. Carnarvonshire, 6. 
1867- m. onlv d. of late Rev. John Hughes, Vicar of 




Tydweiliog, Carnarvonshire : and has issue-Dorothy ; and 
Marjorie. Res. -Eisteddfa, Criccieth. N. Wales. 

IONES (H. Coll.). Argent, a lion rampant vert, holding 
be ween the paws an escutcheon of the last, charged with a 
sun in splendour, and in chief three crescents of the second^ 
Mantling vert and argent. Crest-On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-lion pfoper, holding between the paws a 
sun in splendour or, and supporting under the sinister paw 
an increscent argent. Motto-' ' Esto sol testis. 

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Son of William Charles Jones, Esquire, J. P. for co. 
Chester, D.L. for co. Lancaster, High Sheriff 1899, 
and Major Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, M.A. 
Trin. Coll., Cambridge, b. 1853 ; m. 1882, Mary, dau. 
of Edward Greenall, Esq., of Grappenhall Hall, J. P. 
co. Chester : — 
William Piers Montagu Jones, Gentleman, b. April 26, 
1883. Seat— Lannerch Park, St. Asaph. 

WILSON CARSTAIRS JONES, Esq., J. P. and D.L. 
for Flintshire (High Sheriff 1895). Born 1857, being 
the eldest son of the late John Carstairs Jones, Esq., 
of Hartsheath, by his second wife Elizabeth Jane, dau. 
of the Rev. William Currie of Boughton Hall, Cheshire. 
Armorial bearings — Gules, on a chevron or, between 
three escutcheons argent, each charged with a boar's head 
couped of the first, an arrow paleways proper. Mantling 
gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a 
mount vert, a boar's head couped gules, in front of an 
arrow paleways proper. Motto — " Heb nevol nerth nidd 
sicrsaeth." Livery — Dark green coat and waistcoat, yellow 
piping, black trousers with yellow stripe (for full dress, yellow 
plush breeches). Married, 1881, Maude (rf. 1927), youngest 
dau. of Clement Swetenham of Somerford Booths, in the 
co. of Chester. Seats— Hartsheath, Flintshire ; and The 
Old Hall, Chester. Club— Constitutional. 

JONES (H. Coll.). Argent , a cross clechee and pomettee 
gules, between two caducei in chief and as many eagles 
displayed in base proper. Crest — On a wreath of the 




colours, a demi-lion sable, charged with a cross as in the 
arms, or, and holding in the dexter paw a cross Calvary 
in bend sinister also or. Motto — " Bydd lew heb lid." 

Sons of Rev. John Jones, b. 1837 (d. 1902), Rector of 
Llanfihangel-cum-Llanddewi, Abergwesyn, m. 1861, 
Mary Anne, third d. of Rev. John Davies of Adpar, 
Newcastle-Emlyn : — 
John Arnallt Jones, Esq., V.D. , J. P. Glamorgansh. , M.D. 
(Durham), D.P.H. (Dublin), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), M.R.C.S. 
(Eng.), M. and L.S.A. (Lond.), Hon. Lt.-Col. R.A.M.C. 
(T.), Knight of Grace Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem, Hon. Surgeon to H.M. the King, Col. A. M.S. 
(T. ) and Assist. Director of Medical Services Welsh Div. , 
formerly Sanitary Officer on Staff Welsh Div. Ter. Force, 
and Senior Med. Officer 2nd V. B. Welsh Regt., and Lt.- 
Col. Army Med. Reserve, b. 1862; m. 1892, Alice Anne, 



second d. of William Williams, Esq., J. P. Glamorgansh., 
formerly M. P. for Swansea Boroughs, of Maesgwernen Hall, 
Morriston ; and has issue — Glyn Carbery Arnallt Jones, 
Gentleman, b. 1897 ; and Margaret Hid. Res.— Dyffryn, 
Llandaff, co. Glamorgan. Clubs — Welsh, County (Swansea). 
Rev. George Ifor Rhys Jones, M.A. (Oxon), Clerk in 
Holy Orders, b. 1876; m. 1903. Eloisa, d. of late Henry 
Oswin Willcox of Adelaide, S. Australia ; and has issue — 
(1) Oswin Ralph Ifor Jones, Gentleman, b. 1904; (2) John 
Humphrey Ifor Jones, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. — Llanvillo 
Rectory, Talgarth, Brecon. Club— County (Brecon). 

JONES (H. Coll). Per fesse gules and sable, a tower 
triple - towered or, between two flaunches argent, each 
charged with a cinquefoil of the first. Mantling gules and 




or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle dis- 
played or, charged on the breast with two cinquefoils in 
pale gules, and holding in each claw a palm-branch vert. 
Motto — " Sub umbra alarum." 

Sons of John Syers Gregory Jones of Everton, Lanes., 

b. ; d. ; m. , Maria Louisa, d. of Leopold 

Zuloago : — 

John Gregory Jones, Gentleman, b. 21 Aug. 1861 ; m. 

14 March 1888, Mercedes Elena, d. of Godfrey Abell ; and 

has issue — Norah Violet; and Lila Mercedes. Res. — 

2 Parsifal Road, Finchley Road, Hampstead, London, 

N.W. ; 131 Calle Baquedano, Iquique, Chili. Clubs — 

Junior Constitutional, St. John's Wood, Arts. 

Alfred Frederick Syers Jones, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res. 
— Iquique, Chili, South America. 

JONES of Bealanamore and Headford (Confn. U.O. 10 
Aug. 1647). Gules, three lioncels rampant guardant or, 
armed and langued azure, on a quarter of the second a fret 
of the first. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a talbot's head couped argent, langued and 
chained gules. Motto — " Deus fortitudo mea. " Livery — 
Claret, yellow facings. 

Son of Thomas John Jones, Esq., Col. late R.A. , b. 

1839 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1869, Margaret Gertrude d. of 

Sir Theophilus Shepstone, K.C.M.G. : — 
Eustace Henry Jones, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. (ret.) R.F.A., 
served in China 1900 (medal), and Great War, b. 1875 ; m. 
1917, Nancy Rosamund, d. of the late Alfred Banks, of 
Graveley, Herts. Seat — Lisnawilly House, Dundalk. 

Son of Rev. James Jones, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), 

Chancellor of Armagh and Rector of Kilmore, b. 1792 ; 

d. 1871 ; tn. 1836, Isabella, d. of Rev. Thomas Quin of 

Wingfield : — 
John George Jones, Esq., Admiral (ret.), b. 1844; m. 
1st, Frances Campbell Stone, and has issue — (1) James 
Jones, Esq., Lieut, late R.N. , b. 1880; m. 2nd, 1891, 



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Harriette, yngst. d. of Fleming Blanchard of Truro, Nova 
Scotia, and has further issue— (2) John Fleming Jones, 
Esq., O.B.E., D.S.C., Squadron-Comdr. R.N.A.S., and 
Major R.A.F., served Great War (despatches), b. 1892 [m u 
1926, Margaret Stuart, only d. of John Basil Hall, Esq., 
M.C, J.P., of Bradford]. Res.— High Littleton House, 
High Littleton, Somerset. 

Sons of John Jones, Esq., of Kilmore House, Ros- 
common, and Gort Lodge, co. Leitrim, *. 1831 ; d. 
1906; m. i860, Charlotte, d. of Robert Browne, of 
Burren, co. Carlow : — 

Bolton Charles Jones, Gentleman, LL.D. , T.C.D., 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 6. 1861. Res. — Cadiz, 
Spain. 

Arthur Henry Jones, Esq., J. P., b. 1870. Res.— Newtown 
Park, Doneraile, co. Cork. 

Walter Alfred Jones, Esq., Ph.D., J. P., co. Roscommon, 
b. 1878 ; m. 1907, Bridie Jane Georgina, d. of Robert 
French, of Frenchbrooke, and Larchgrove, co. Roscommon. 
Seats — Mount Browne House, co. Roscommon ; Headford 
House, co. Roscommon. Res.— Mount Browne, Strokes- 
town, co. Roscommon. 

JONES of Ardnaglas, co. Sligo (U.O.). Per bend 
sinister ermine and ermines, a lion rampant or, armed 
and langued gules, a bordure engrailed of the third. 



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Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a lion couchant or, armed and langued gules, 
charged on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped vert. Motto 
— " Periculum ex aliis facito." 

Sons of Admiral Loftus Francis Jones, *. 1836; d. 1912; 
m. 1877, Gertrude, d. of William Hancock Gray of 
Ryde :— 

Lewis Tobias Loftus Jones, Esq. , Comm. R.N. , b. 1878 ; 
m. Constance Shackles ; and has issue — Lettice. Res. — 

Loftus William Jones, Esq., Comm. R.N.,*. 1879; m. 
1910, Daisy Damphrey. Res. — 

Charles Gray Peyton Jones, Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. R.N., 
b. 1884. Res.— 

Edmund Francis Loftus Jones, Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. R.N. , 
b. 1889. Res.— 



Sons of Peyton Jones (son of John Peyton Jones), 
b. 1840 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1874, Letitia Caroline, d. of 
Charles Gavin Casey, Surgeon : — 

Loftus Edward Percival Jones, Gentleman, b. 1876. 
Post. add. — Shanghai, China. 

Lewis Tobias Jones, Esq., Comm. R.N., b. 1877. 

Jeremy Peyton Jones, Gentleman, b. 1881. Res. — 

Yr. son of John Peyton Jones, late 63rd Regt., of 
Ardnaglas, Westbury, Tasmania, b. ; d. ; 

m. , Eliza Dennis : — 

Charles Osborne Jones, Gentleman, b. . Res.— 

New South Wales. 



JONES of Cranmer Hall (H. Coll., 1831). Azure, on a 
fesse or, a bomb between two grenades, all fired proper, in 
chief a castle argent, and over it the word " Netherlands" 
in letters of gold, in base a lion couchant argent, also 
gorged with a riband gules, fimbriated azure, therefrom 
pendent a representation of the gold medal presented to 
Sir J. T. Jones for his services at Badajoz. Mantling azure 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
castle argent, a lion couchant or, gorged with a wreath of 
laurel proper, pendent therefrom an escocheon gules, 
charged with a representation of the gold medal as in the 
arms. Motto — " Marte et arte. " 

Son of Sir Willoughby Jones, 3rd Bart., J. P. and D.L. 

Norfolk (High Sheriff 1851), b. 1820; d. 1884; m. 

1856, Emily, d. of Henry Taylor Jones :— 
Sir Lawrence John Jones 4th Bart. (30 Sept. 1831), J. P. 
co. Norfolk, M.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at-Law, late Capt. 3rd 
V.B. Norfolk Regt., b. 1857 ; m. 1st, 1882, Evelyn Mary 
(d. 1912), d. of late James Johnstone Bevan of Northgate 
House, Bury St. Edmund's; m. 2nd, 1916, Paula, d. of the 
late Francis Joseph Schuster, of 39 Harrington Gardens, 
S.W. ; and has issue (by 1st wife— (1) Lawrence Evelyn 
Jones, Esq., M.C, T.D., Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), 
Major Beds. Yeo., b. 1885 [m. 1912, Lady Evelyn Alice 
Grey, d. of 4th Earl Grey; and has issue— Nancy Law- 
rence ; Dinah Evelyn Lawrence ; Vivian Lawrence ; and 
Lavinia Lawrence (Res.— 15 Cleveland Gardens, W.2)]; 
(2) Bertram Edward Jones, Esq., Comdr. R.N. Emergency 
List,*. 1886 [m. 1913, Gwenddolen Mary, d. of late Herbert 
Goodall (Res.— Friarage Farm, Blakeney, Norfolk)]; and 
Rachel Margaret Lawrence. Seat — Cranmer Hall, 
Fakenham, Norfolk. Club— Athenaeum. 

Son of Rt. Rev. Herbert Edward Jones, M.A. (Camb.), 

Suffragan Bishop of Lewes, b. 1861 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1888, 

Madeleine Long, d. of Edward Long Fox, M.D.,of 

Clifton :— 
Edward Lawrence Jones, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; m. 1st, 
1915, Kathleen Nairac (who obtained a div. 1922), d. of 
the late William Scott, of Morden Road, Blackheath ; 2nd, 
1923, Mary, d. of James R. Williams of Kew Park, 
Jamaica. Address— 59 Doughty Street, W.C.i. Club— 
Cavendish. 



JONES of Ardnaree and Fortland (U.O.,Confmd. 1906). 
Per pale azure and gules, three lions rampant between as 
many mullets argent, a bordure engrailed or. Mantling 
azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, 
a buck statant argent, charged, with a trefoil slipped azure, 
between the attires a bugle-horn stringed all of the last. 
Motto— "Cervus lacessitus leo fit." Livery— Blue, with 
red facings. 

Sons of Major Thomas Ji.nes of Ardnaree, J. P. and 

D.L. co. Sligo, J. P. co. Mayo, Major 4th Royal Irish 

Dragoon Guards, b. 1824; d. 1868; m. 1863, Anne 

Eliza, d. of Ralph Walters, M.P., Barrister-at-Law, 

of Newcastle-on-Tyne, and Eaton Square, S.W. :— 

Henry Hastings Jones, Esq., J. P. cos. Mayo and Sligo 

(High Sheriff 1890), late Capt. 4th Batt. K.O. Royal 

Lancaster Regt., b. 1865; m. 1899, Alice Came, d. of 

late Richard John Harvey of Aliwal North, Cape Colony, 

and Commissie Drift, O.R.C. ; and has surv. issue— 

(1) Thomas George Clayton Vaughan Jones, Gentleman, *. 

1907 ; (2) Lawrence Charles Kennedy Vaughan Jones, 

Gentleman, b. 1909; and Marjorie Helena Elizabeth 

Vaughan. Estate— Ardnaree, Ballina, co. Mayo. Seat— 

Fortland, Easky, co. Sligo. Clubs— Constitutional, Junior 

United Service. 

Major Walter Vaughan Jones, 3rd Batt. Roy. Inniskilhng 
Fus., b. 1868. Res.— 33 Launceston Place, Kensington, 
W.8. Clubs— Junior United Service; Constitutional. 



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JONES (Confn. U.O. 15 July 1908). Or, three lions 
rampant guardant gules, on a canton vert, a fret of the 
first. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of 
the colours, a talbot's head couped argent, langued gules, 




collared vert, retty or, chained of the last. Motto — " Deus 
fortitudo mea." Livery — Green and yellow. 

Only son of Frederick Ambrose Noble Jones, b. 1833 ; 

d. 1904; m. 1856, Helen, d. of James Ellaway of 

Bristol :— 
Frederick William Noble Jones, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; 
m. 1889, Edith Maude, d. of Edward Turner of Balmain, 
Sydney, Australia ; and has surv. issue — Frederick James 
Noble Jones, Gentleman, b. 1898 \in. 1925, Enid Ruby 
Garner, of Great Malvern, Worcs.]. Res. — Jonesborough, 
Gerrard's Cross, Bucks. Club — R.A.C. 



JONES of Pentower, co. Pembroke (H. Coll.). Argent, 




lion rampant sable, collared and chain reflexed over the 



back or, on a chief arched of the second, two mullets of 
the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, upon a rock proper, between two mullets 
argent, a lion as in the arms. Motto — " Ehed a'i edyn 
ei hun." 

Eld. son of Thomas Daniel Jones, of Fishguard, b. 1829 ; 

d. 1865 ; m. 1858, Martha Philipps, d. of Evan Davies, 

of Pentower : — 
Sir Evan Davies Jones, 1st Bart, of Pentower (9 July 
1917), J. P., D.L. (High Sheriff 1911)00. Pembroke, LL.D. 
(Hon. Causa, Univ. of Wales), late Major in the Engineers 
and Railway Staff Corps of the Territorial Forces, M.P. 
Pembroke 1918-22, b. 1859 ; m. 1st, 1884, Cecilia Anne {d. 
1913), d. of the late Jacob Evans of St. Fagan's, Glamorgan ; 
2nd, 1914, Lilly, yngst d. of James Railton, of Malpas, co. 
Monmouth ; and has had issue — (1) Cecil Hugh Jones, 
Esq., J. P. Pembroke, Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple). 
Capt. nth Service Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers, b. 1887 ; killed 
in action 1918 ; (2) Tom Barry Jones, Esq., Lieut, (ret,) 
Royal Fusiliers, M.A. Camb., A.M.I.C.E., b. 1888 
[m. 1922, Jean, widow of Herbert Costain, R.A.F.] ; (31 
Evan Davies Jones, Esq., Lieut. R.A.F., and Service 
Batt. R. Fusiliers, b. 1893; killed in action 1918; Mary 
Harris [w. 1st, 1913, Major George Harman, D.S.O., Rifle 
Bde. (killed in action 1914); 2nd, 1917, Capt. Alfred 
Caulfeild, M.B., Canadian A.M.C. ; and has issue]; and 
Olive. Res. — Pentower, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire ; 6 
Addison Road, Kensington, London, W. Clubs — Reform, 
Royal Automobile, Phyllis Court (Henley), County (Haver- 
fordwest). 



JONES of Abberley, Worcs. (H. Coll.). Azure, on a 
cross raguly argent, between in the first and fourth quarters 
a pheon and in the second and third a cross moline or, five 
mullets gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a 
wreath of the colours, a stag lodged and regardant proper, 
sem£e of acorns vert, in the mouth a fern-branch also proper. 
Motto — " Deo adjuvante." 

Sons of William Jones, Esq., D.L. , J. P., of Abberley 
Hall, Worcs., b. ; d. 1902; m. : — 

Frederick William Jones, Esq., J. P. Worcs., late 47th 

Regt., b. 1858; m. 1884, Diana S C , d. of Capt. 

J. H. St. John, late 20th Regt. Seats — 

James Arthur Jones, Esq., J. P. Worcs., b. 1866 ; m. 1895, 
Lucy Mabel, d. of James Jones of Lechlade Manor, 
Glos. Res. — The Old Parsonage, Ombersely, Droitwich. 
Club — Badminton. 



JONES-PARRY. Argent, a fesse engrailed between four 
lozenges, three and one, azure. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest -On a wreath of the colours, five battleaxes, staves 
gules, headed or, three in pale, and two in saltire, encircled 
with a wreath of laurel proper. Motto "Gofal dyn duw 
ai gwerid." Livery- Oxford mixture, and scarlet and 
white stripe. 

Son of Sydney Henry Jones- Parry, Esq., late Capt. 

Royal Dublin (late Madras) Fus. , J. P. and D.L. co. 

Cardigan, High Sheriff 1871, b. 1830; d. 1907; m. 

1857, Dorothea Anna, only child of the late Charles 

Arthur Prichard, Esq., J. P. andD.L., of Tyllwydd, co. 

Cardigan : — 
Sydney Herbert Jones-Parry, Esq., J. P. co. Cardigan, 
Paymaster-Comdr. late R.N., b. 1872 ; m. 1926, Maud, eld. 
d. of W. A. Fleming, of 3 Grand Avenue, Hove, and 
has issue — Hugh Sydney Love Jones-Parry, Gentleman, b. 
1927. Post. add. — 40 Broadwater Down, Tunbridge 
Wells. 



JONES-WILLIAMS (R.L. 1871). Gyronny of eight 
ermine and ermines, a lion rampant or, guttee-de-sang, 
and for distinction a canton of the third. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, between 
two spears erect proper, a talbot passant per pale ermine 
and erminois charged for distinction upon the shoulder with 
a cross crosslet sable. 

Son of Thomas John Jones- Williams, Esq., J. P. of 
Laughern Hill, Wichenford, near Worcester, b. 1850; 
assumed by Royal Licence the additional surname 
and the arms of Williams 1871 ; d. 1922; m. 1875, 
Frances, dau. of A. C. Hooper of Claines, co. 
Worcester : — 
T. Charles Jones- Williams, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

Melbourne, Hallow, Worcester. 



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JORDAN (H. Coll., 28 June 1839). Azure, a cinquefoil 
ermine, between three serpents nowed or, a bordure en- 
grailed of the second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest 

I On a wreath of the colours, a crescent or, issuing there- 

i from a plume of five feathers azure entwined by a serpent 
gold. 

Sons of Charles Jordan, Gentleman, b. 1810; d. 1893; 
m. 1834, Sarah, d. of John Bradley:— 
Edwin Jordan, Gentleman, b. . /?«.— Bryn garth, 

Brood Lane, Hale, Altrincham. 

John Jordan, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; m. 1865, May, d. 
of George Holden ; and has issue— (1) Joseph Jordan, 
Gentleman, b. 1870; (2) Charles Jordan, Gentleman, b. 
x875 ; (3) John Bradley Jordan, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; Eliza- 
beth Astlcy; and Lydia. Res.— Springfield, Bramhall. 
StocKport, Lanes. 

Sons of William Jordan, Gentleman, b. 1814; d. 1886 ; 
m. 1837, Catherine Atkinson, d. of Robert Luckman, 
Solicitor : — 
John Joseph Jordan, Gentleman, 6. 1838. Res.— Warwick 
House, Stockport, Lanes. 
Charles Jordan, Gentleman, 6. . Res. — 

Frederick William Jordan, Gentleman, M.D. (Durham), 
B.Sc. (Manchester), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 
L.S.A., D.P.H. (Manch.), b. 1849; m. 1880, Frances, d. 
of Edward Cope; and has issue— (1) Norman Theodore 
Kingsley Jordan, Gentleman,*. 1886; (2) Cyril Frederick 
Astley Jordan, Gentleman, b. 1892 (Res.— Caldy, Wood- 
bourne Road, Newtown, Stockport) ; and Marguerite 
Frances. Res.— Astley House, Heaton Norris, Lanes. 

George Jordan, Gentleman, b. . Res.— Southfield, 

Manor Road, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport. 
Thomas Jordan, Gentleman, b. . Res.— 

JOSEPH (H. Coll., 7 Ap. 1922). Or, a griffin segreant 
sable, on a chief indented of the second, a trefoil slipped 
between two garbs of the field. Mantling sable and or. 
dest — On a wreath of the colours, a rock in flames proper. 
Motto—" Truth is light." Livery— Navy blue, with saxe 

blue facings. .,.-,. , 

Youngest son of Thomas Joseph, of Liverpool, 
b, 1828 ; d. 1900 ; w. 1861, Elizabeth, d. of Richard 
Smith : — 
Sir Francis L'Estrange Joseph, C.B.E. (mil.), Knt.- 
Bach. (1922), Capt. (ret.), J. P. cos. Cheshire and Staf- 
ford, b. 1870 ; m. 19 17, Violet, d. of Joel Settle, of The 
Hill, Alsager ; and has issue — Rosamond Mary ; Cynthia 
Violet Maud. Res.— The Gables, Alsager, Cheshire. Club 
— British Empire. 

JOSEPH (H. Coll). Argent, on a saltire indented ermines, 
between four spear-heads sable, a spear-head of the first, 
all within a bordure engrailed also sable. Mantling sable 
bnd argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of three spears, one in pale and two in saltire sable, a 
wolf's head proper, couped and charged on the neck with a 
fesse ermine. Motto— " Ofner na ofna angau." 

Son of Richard Joseph Watkin, Gentleman, of Sydney, 
N.S.W.,6. 1854; d. 1917; »'■ 1896, Kathenne. d. of 
Charles Hastings Barton of Maryborough, Queens- 
land: — , 
Morgan Joseph Watkin, Gentleman, b. 1898; m. 1923. 
Estra Katherine Lawrence, d. of Hugh Speed, of Mona 
Vale, nr. Wanganui, New Zealand ; and has issue— Hugh 
Richard Joseph Watkin, Gentleman, b. 1926. Res.— 
Ikitara, Yenda, New South Wales. 

Sons of David Joseph, Gentleman, of Merthyr Tydfil 
and Rockleaze, Bristol, Civil Engineer, b. 1813 ; d. 
1885- m. 1845, Margaret (d. 1916), d. of Thomas 
Morgan of Graig, Merthyr Tydfil, and Pare Coed 
Marchen, nr. Cardiff:— 
David Thomas Joseph Watkin, Gentleman, b. 1857. 
Res.— New Plymouth, New Zealand. 

Arthur Hill Joseph, Gentleman, M.D. (Lond. and Bristol), 
b. 30 Nov. 1862; m. 25 Oct. 1893, Gertrude Helen Taylor 
Id 1927) d of late William Evans Glyde of Saltaire. 
Yorks. ; and has issue— David Lavington Glyde Joseph, 
Gentleman, *. 10 July 1895 I and Gertrude Norah Glyde. 
Res.— 10 Cantelupe Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex. Club— 

New (Bexhill). , „. 

Howard Rhys Watkin, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; in. 1904, 
his cousin Elizabeth, d. and coh. of late Morgan Joseph 
of South Lawn , Lansdown , Bath. Res. —7 Onslow Gardens , 
S.W.7. 



JOSLIN (H. Coll.). Per chevron' azure and or, two 
fleurs-de-lys in chief of the last, and in base a circular 
wreath sable and of the first, with four hawks' bells con- 
joined thereto proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest — 





FA I R.6- WON -D6 VOIR. 




Upon a wreath of the colours, between two hawks' bells, a 
rock, thereon a falcon's leg erased at the thigh and belled, 
all proper. Motto — " Faire mon devoir." Livety— Dark 
blue coat, blue and gold striped waistcoat, gilt buttons. 

Sons of Henry Joslin of Hoppey Hall, Upminster, 
Essex, b. j d. \ m. , Priscilla, d. of John 

Mason of Suffolk : — 

Henry Joslin, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Essex, High Sheriff 
1895-96, Alderman Essex County Council, b. 1839; m. 
1865, Rebecca Mary (d. 1873), d. of the late Edward Giles 
of Clapham Common, Surrey, and widow of Rev. George 
Clayton. Estates— Gaynes Park and Hoppey Hall, and 
other property. Post add.— Gaynes Park, Upminster, 
Essex. 

Walter Joslin, Gentleman, b. 1840; m. 1873, Mary Lliza, 
d. of Frederick Shorland Gervis, Esq., J. P. ; and has issue 
— (1) Henry Walter Joslin, Gentleman, b. (at Aveley) 1875 
[m. 1907, Laura Spear, third d. of W. H. Villacott, of 
West Thurrcck, Grays, Essex]; (2) Arnold Gervis Joslin, 
Gentleman, b. (at Orsett) July 14, 1885 [m. 1921, Marjone 
Clarice Rivell, d. of T. M. Cundell, of Torbet's Tey, EssexJ ; 
Alice Mary [m. 1905, William Cecil Attenborough of Red- 
crofts, Ockendon, Essex, and has issue] ; Muriel [w. 1911, 
Rev. Stanley Blomfield] ; and Lucy Margery [m. 1921, 
Arthur Rust Hunt]. Post, add.— The Hunts, Upminster. 

Clement Joslin, Gentleman, b. 1842 ; m. 1869, Isabella, 
d. of Rev. John Davies ; and has with other issue— (1) 
Clement Davies Joslin, Gentleman, b. 1881 \m. 1906, Eliza- 
beth Middlemiss, d. of James Lawther of Thorncliffe Farm, 
Russell, and has issue - Isabella Beryl (Res.— Purfleet, 
Shellmouth, Manitoba, Canada)] ; (2) John Henry Joslin, 
Gentleman, b. 1883 [«. 1905, Mary Ruth, d. of William 
Vellacott of Tunnell House, West Thurrock, Essex, and 
has issue -John Henry Joslin, Gentleman, b. 1909; and 
Clement Vellacott b. 191 2 (Res. — Ingrebourne House, 
Homchurch, Essex)]. Res.— High House, Purfleet, Essex. 



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JOSSELYN, see JOCELYN. 



JOUBERT, or JOUBERT DE LA FERTE, see DE LA 
FERTE. 



JOURDAIN (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pile azure, semee 
of cross crosslets, a lion rampant or between two mullets in 
base gules, pierced of the field. Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant 
or, charged on the body with two cross crosslets in pale, 
holding in the dexter fore-paw a cross crosslet, and resting 
the sinister upon an escallop all azure. Motto — " Frangas 
nonflectes." Livery — Claret. 

Sons of Sir Henry John Jourdain, K.C.M.G., Vice- 
Pres. of the Royal Colonial Institute, b. 1835 ; d. 1901 ; 
tn. 2nd, 1884, Ada Mary (Res. — The Gables, Benges, 
Hertford), d. of James Pattison Currie of Esher : — 
Henry James Jourdain, Esq., b. 1888. Post add. — c/o 
Messrs, Blyth Bros. & Co., Port Louis, Mauritius. 
Percy Frederick Currie Jourdain, Esq., b. 1889. 
Charles Edward George Jourdain, Esq., b. 1890. 



JOWETT of Melbourne (H, Coll.). Azure, a lymphad, 
sails furled or, flags flying gules, and in chief a decrescent 
between two mullets in arch argent. Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-pegasus 
regardant argent, supporting with the fore-legs a staff erect 
proper, flowing therefrom to the dexter a banner gules. 



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Motto — " Animo et prudentia." Livery— Blue, with gold 
lace and yellow facings. 

Fifth son of Joseph Jowett, b. 1824 ; d. 1905 ; tn. 1849, 

Sara, d. of Jonas Craven : — 
Edmund Jowett, Esq., J. P. for State of Queensland, b. 
1858; m. 1883, Annette Rose, d. of John M'Callum of St. 
Kilda, Melbourne ; and has issue — (1) Arthur Craven Jowett, 
Esq., J. P. Queensland, b. 1889; (2) Eric Craven Jowett, 
Esq., J. P. Queensland, b. 1892; Dorothy Rose [m. 1912, 
Jame^ Stanley Burston, eld. son of Col. James Burston] ; 
Nancy Rose [tn. 1910, Ronald Vauneck Powell, eld. son of 



Rev. Walter Powell, and has issue] ; and Marjorie Rose 
[tn. 1913, Clive Prell Fairbairn, M.H.R. , of Dunraven, 
Toorak, Australia]. Properties — Vergemont, Longreach ; 
Eastmere, Jericho; Mount Marlow, Isisford; Winton ; 
Bunda, Richmond ; Barcoorah, Aramac ; Mount Howitt, 
Adavale. Res. — Manningham, Toorak, Melbourne, 
Victoria. Clubs — Melbourne (Melbourne), Australian (Mel- 
bourne). 



JOYCE (12 Dec. 1901, to descendants of late John Hall 
Joyce of Blackfordby). Barry of four ermine and gules, 
on a bend, between two leopards' faces or, three water- 
bougets sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, in front of a lion rampant proper, 
collared nebuly, with chain reflexed over the back or, 
three water-bougets fessewise sable. Motto — " Nee temere 
nee timide." 

Son of William Joyce of Ashby-de-la-Zouch (eld. son 

of John Hall Joyce), b. 1832; d. 1885; tn. 1861, 

Harriette Botry Matthews : — 
Joyce. 

Son of late John Hall Joyce of Blackfordby, Leics. : — 
John Hall Joyce, Esq., J. P. Leics., b. 1833; tn. 1866, 
Annie, d. of John George Ward of Blackfordby. Res. — 
Blackfordby, Burton-on-Trent. 

Sons of Nicholas Joyce, Esq., of Rotherwood, Stafford, 

J.P. Leics. and borough of Stafford (Mayor 1885-6), 

b. 1835 ; d. 1908 ; tn. 1873, Louisa E. Wright of 

Heather Hall, Ashby-de-la-Zouch : - 
Thomas Goode Joyce, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. — 
Rotherwood, Stafford. 
Gerald Wright Joyce, Gentleman, b. 1881. 

Yngst. son of the late John Hall Joyce, of Blackfordby 

(see above) : — 
The Rt. Hon. Sir Matthew Ingle Joyce, P.C., Knt. 
Bach. (1900), Judge of the High Court of Justice 1900-15, 
M. A. (Cantab.), Hon. Fell. CaiusColl., Bencher of Lincoln's 
Inn, b. 1839; tn. 1891, Miriam Bertha, d. of late Sir 
William Jackson, 1st Bart., of Manor House, Birkenhead ; 
and has issue — 1 dau. Res. — Park Avenue, Mossley Hill, 
Liverpool. Club — United University. 



JOYNSON (H. Coll.). Azure, an eagle's head erased 




or, between four roses saltireways argent. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, 



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upon a mount vert, an eagle with two heads displayed 
azure, semee of roses argent. Motto — " Ad honorem 
industria ducit." 

Sons of Tertius Joynson, Esq., J. P. co. Palatine of 

Chester, b. 1843 ; d. ; m. 1866, Catherine Hall, 

d. of Thomas Twanbrook Glazebrook, of New 

Brighton : — 

Harold Mead Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; m. and 

has issue. Res. — Riverside, Wobtton Courtenay, 

Taunton. 

Reginald Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res. — 
Alfred Tertius Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1873. Res. — 
Norman Mead Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. — 
Arthur Glazebrook Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1882. 
Res.— 

Sons of Edward Joynson, Esq., Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. 
S. Lanes. Regt. (Mil.), b. 1847 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1882, 
Emily, d. of Joseph Bright, of Prince's Park, 
Liverpool : — 
Cyril Joynson, Esq., Capt. Warwickshire Yeo., 
T.F.R.O., J. P. co. Carmarthen, b. 1883 ; m. 1914, Eliza- 
beth Mary Isobel, eld. child of Joseph Sivell, and has 
i SSU c — Margaret. Seat — Brechfa, co. Carmarthen. 

Kenneth Bright Joynson, Esq., Major (ret.) Ind. Army, 
b. 1884. Res. — Stone House, Watford, nr. Rugby. 

Lawrence Bright Joynson, Esq., M.C., T.D., Capt. 
Warwickshire Yeo., b. 1889; m. 1916, Ethel Vera, 
d. of Lt.-Col. Roger Bullock, and has issue — (1) Peter 
Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; (2) Michael Edward 
Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; Roger Joynson, Gentle- 
man, b. 1926. Res. — Stour House Shipston-on-Stour. 
Beric Bright Joynson, Gentleman, b. 1895. Res. — 

JOYNT (U.O. ). Azure, an eagle's head erased, between 

three saltires couped argent. Mantling azure and argent. 

Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, issuant out of a 

chaplet of oak leaves vert, two eagles' heads conjoined, the 

dexter gules, the sinister azure. Motto — " Nee degenero." 

Sons of the late William Lane Joynt, Esq., J. P. for 

the counties of Clare and Dublin, D.L. for Dublin 

(Lord Mayor 1867) and Mayor of Limerick 1862, 

Crown and Treasury Solicitor for Ireland, by his wife 

Jane, second d. of the late John Russell of Limeiick:— 

Rev. Henry Russell Joynt, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dublin), 

Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Marksbury 1901-26. Res. — 

Robert Lane Joynt, Esq., J. P., co. Clare, b. ; m. 

1896, Emily Agnes, d. of Frederick Perkins, of B aunton ; 

and has issue— Philip Robert Lane Joynt, Gentleman, 

Lieut. 2nd Batt. Prince of Wales' Vols. , b. ; and Helen 

Agnes Lane. Res. — Oaklands, Lansdown Road, Bath. 

Richa d Lane Joynt, Esq., O.B.E., F.R.C.S.I,, M.D. 
(Dub.), b. . A"*!.— 84 Harcou t Street, Dublin. 

Alfred Lane Joynt, B.A. (Trin. Col., Dub.), m. 1896, 
Nora, elder d. of Colonel Edward Cattell ; and has issue 
—Nora Daffodil. Aw.— Warren Point, co. Down. Club— 
United Service (Dublin). 

Son of William Russell Lane Joynt, Gentleman, b. 
; d. ; m. : — 

William Stephen Joynt, Gentleman, b. . Res.— 

Prospect, Templeogue, co. Dublin. 

JOYNT (U.O, 1863)— Azure, on a saltire or, between 
in chief a spur of the second, winged argent, and three 
fleurs-de-lys, two in the flanks and one in base of the second, 
a trefoil slipped vert. Mantling" azure and or. Crest— 
Upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a boar 
passant proper, resting the foreleg on an escutcheon azure, 
charged with a fleur-de-lys or. Motto " I hope." 

Sons of Christopher Joynt, Esquire, M.D., F.R.C.P.I., 
Fellow of the University of Bombay, Deputy Surgeon- 
General, I. M.S. ; b. 1828 ; m. firstly, June 4, 1863, Lily 
Anna, dau. of William Noble Holton, Esq., J. P., of 
Woodberry House, co. Roscommon, and, secondly, 
Aug. 11, 1887, Elizabeth Anna, dau. of William Keough 
of Rockfield House, Dundrum : — 
Henry Noble Holton Joynt, Gentleman, M.D. , b. March 
24, 1864. 

Francis Christopher Dudley Joynt, Gentleman, B.A., 
Solicitor, b. Nov. 4, 1873. Res.— 1 Foster Place, Dublin. 

William Grierson Joynt, Gentleman, M.D., b. April 17, 
1875. Res.— 39 De Rorte Street, Johannesburg. 

Rev. George Arthur Joynt, M.A., B.A. I., b. March 16, 
1880. 

FRANCIS SAVILE HARRY JUDD, Esquire, Justice 
of the Peace for the county of Essex, Bachelor of Arts of 



the University of Cambridge. Born September 6, 1855, 
being the fifth and only surviving son of John Phillipps Judd, 
Esquire, Justice of the Peace and Deputy- Lieutenant, of 
Mace's Place, Rickling, in the county of Essex, by his wife 
Frances Anna, daughter of Harry Scott, late Her Majesty's 
Consul at Bordeaux. Armorial bearings— He bears for 
Arms : Azure, a chevron paly of eight ermine and vert 
between three garbs or, each charged with a fleur-de-lys 
of the third. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet 
befitting his degree, with a Mantling azure and argent ; and 
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head 
erased per chevron or and vert, charged with three fleurs-de- 
lys counterchanged, in the beak an ear of wheat gold ; with 
the Motto, " Et mea messis erit." Livery— Dark blue, 
canary waistcoat. Married, firstly, Oct. 29, 1889, the Right 
Honourable Ellen Georgiana, Baroness St. John of Bletsoe 
(widow of the Right Honourable the fifteenth Baron St. 
John of Bletsoe, and daughter of Edward Nassau Senior, 
Esquire, Poor Law Commissioner of Ireland) ; she died 
Dec. 26, 1890 ; secondly, 1916, Elizabeth, 2nd d. of late 
Adolphus Fass, and widow of Sir James Bailey, Knight 
Bachelor, M.P., D.L., J. P. Estate and postal address— 
Maces Place, Rickling, Newport, Essex. Club— White's. 

JUDD of Maces Place, Rickling (H. Coll., 30 April, 1866 ) 
Azure, a chevron paly of eight ermine and vert, between 
three garbs or, each charged with a fleur-de-lys of the third. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a gryphon's head erased per chevron or and vert, 
charged with three fleurs-de-lys counterchanged, in thebeak 
an ear of wheat gold. Motto—" Ex mea messis erit." 

Sons of Bertram George Scott Judd, b. 1843 ; d. 1887; 
m. 1868, Emma Donna, d. of Christopher Cookson :— 
Harry Scott Judd, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; m. 1918, Cynthia 
Joan Caroline, d. of Lyonel Felix Tollemache ; and has 
issue— Anthony Hubert Scott Judd, Gentleman, b. 1919 : 
John Harry Manners Scott Judd, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and 
Barbara Hersilia. Res.— 14 Wedderburn Road, Hamp- 
stead, N.W. Club— Jun. Carlton. 

Bertram Christopher Judd, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m. 1908, 

May Elton, d. of . Res.— 

Francis Arthur Judd, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. — 

Ygst. son of John Phillipps Judd, Esq., of Rickling, 
J. P. and D.L. co. Essex, b. 1810 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1835, 
Frances Anne, ygst. d. of Harry Scott, H.M.'s Consul 
at Bordeaux: — 
Francis Savile Harry Judd, Esq. (q.v .). 

JULIAN (H. Coll.). Argent, a Saint Julian's cross gules, 
on a chief of the last, a cross pat<*e fitchee or. Mantling 




gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, 
in front ot a cross patee fitchee. as in the arms, a 



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salamander in flames proper. Motto — " La croix ma 
couronne." 

The late Rev. Charles Ernest Julian, M.A. (Cantab.), 
Rector of Milsted, Kent, b. 1869 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1902, Mary 
Beatrice (Res. — Milstead, near Sittingbrurne, Kent), second 
d. of Sir Thomas Storey, Knt. Bach., of Lancaster; and 
left issue— Margaret Storey ; and Cecilia Storey. 

JUDGE of Horley (H. Coll., 28 Feb. 1921). Quarterly 
per pale dovetailed sable and argent, in the first quarter 
a lion rampant and in the fourth a cotton plant slipped 
or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of 
the colours, a bezant transfixed by a sword erect sable, 
between on the dexter a sprig of olive vert, and on the 
sinister a sprig of myrtle gules. Motto — " Perseverantia 
et justitia." Livery — Black, with white facings and 
silver buttons. 

Only son of Thomas Judge, of Hollylands, Horley, 
Surrey, b. 1854 ; d. 1920; m. 1876, Elizabeth Cross- 
ley, d. of George Samuel Pritchard, of Holly Bank, 
Walthamstow, Essex : — 
Thomas George Judge, Gentleman, b. 1877 ; m. 1901, 



Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a knight in complete 
armour, mounted on a horse courant argent. Motto — 
" Servavi patriam sine clade." 

Son of Sir Thomas Judkin-FitzGerald, 3rd Bart. , b. 
1820; d. 1864 ; m. 1845, Emma Louisa Maunsell, d. of 
Henry White of Golden Hills, co. Tipperary : — 
Sir (Joseph) Capel Judkin-FitzGerald, 4th Bart. (5 Aug. 
i8or), b. 1853; m. 1872, Constance Sarah, d. of Capt. 
Wiliam Augustus Hyder, late 10th Hussars ; and has sur- 
viving issue; Thomas Judkin Judkin-FitzGerald, Esq., b. 
1873 [m. ; and has issue]; and Evelyn Constance 

Hyder. Res. — 

JAMES JUMP, Esquire, J. P. Essex. Born 1855, being 
the son of Henry Jump, Esq., of Woodlands, Gateacre, 
Lanes., J. P., by Mary, dau. of James Browne of West 
Derby, Liverpool. Armorial bearings — Azure, a cross 
parted and fretty or, in the first and fourth quarters a stag's 
head erased, and in the second and third a rose argent. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
a demi-stag regardant proper, charged on the shoulder with 
three roses chevronwise argent, supporting a passion-cross 




Margaret Hilda, d. of John Daniel Cockburn ; and has 
issue; — Thomas Paul Cockburn Judge, Gentleman, 
b. 1906. Res. — Hollylands, Horley, Surrey. 

JUDKIN-FITZGERALD (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
ermine, a saltire gules (FitzGerald) ; 2 and 3, argent, a 
chevron gules between three boars' heads erased sable. 



or. Married, 1880, Annie, second dau. of Francis W. 
Reynolds of Hillside, Woolton, Lanes.; and has had Issue 
— (1) Henry Jump, Gentleman, b. Nov. 2, 1882; (2) Roger 
James Jump, Gentleman, b. 1885, d. 1891 ; (3) Ralph Lyon 
Jump, Gentleman, b. Aug. 17, 1888; Pansy; Maude; Elaine;. 
Mary ; Clare ; and Annette. Seat — Woodlands, Gateacre,. 
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WILLIAM FRANCIS DE V1SMES KANE, Es- 
quire, M.A., J. P. and D.L. co. Monaghan, High 
Sheriff 1865, M.R.I. A. Born 1840, being the second 
and only surviving son of Joseph Kane of Harold's 
Cross, in the county of Dublin, and Withycombe Grange, 
Exmouth, in the county of Devon, by his wife Eliza Jane, 
only dau. of Colonel the Count de Vismes of the Coldstream 
Guards, sometime of Exmouth, in the county of Devon, 
Armorial bearings— Gules, three salmons haurient argent, 
in centre chief point an estoile or. Upon the escutcheon 
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling 
gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the 
colours, a naked arm embowed proper, charged with an 
estoile gules, holding a sword also proper. Motto — " Pro 
patria." Livery — Coat, red, with yellow trimmings. 
Married 1st, 1862, Amelia Maria Jane (d. March 
1901), daughter of the Reverend Charles James Hamilton, 
Master of Arts, sometime Incumbent of Kimberworth, 
near Sheffield ; and has Issue— Joseph George Auriol Kane, 
Gentleman, M.D., born 1865 [m. 1891, Adeline, dau. of 
the late Thomas Morres Hamilton-Jones of Moneyglass, 
co. Down, d.s.p. 1896]; and Rose Emmeline Margaret; 
m. secondly, 1902, Hon. Louisa Catherine (d. 1923), dau. 
of 1st Lord Bateman, and widow of Col. Henry Green- 
Wilkinson, Scots. Fus. Guards. Estates— Drumreaske, 
near Monaghan, and an estate in the Barony of Trough, in 
the county of Monaghan, and freeholds in the county and 
city of Dublin. Postal address — Drumreaske House, Mona- 
ghan. Club — Royal Societies. 

KANE (U.O., Confn. 1909). Azure, a dexter hand 
appaum^e, couped at the wrist, supported on the dexter by 
a horse and on the sinister by a lion, in chief three estoiles 
and in base a salmon naiant, all argent. Mantling azure 




and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cat 
rampant guardant azure, collared or, and charged on the 
shoulder with a cross crosslet argent. Motto — " Felis 
demulcta mitis." Livery — Dark green coat, buff collar 
and waistcoat. 

Son of Major Richard Alexander Kane, Roy. Sussex 
Regt., who was a descendant of the sept of O'Cahan, 
andformerlyof Longford,*, (at Sialkote, Punjab, India) 
1862 ; d. 1921 ; m. (at Kasau, Punjab), 1892, Mary 
Louisa, d. of Col. Charles Henry Ewart, Inspector-Gen. 
of Police, Punjab: — 
Richard Ewart Kane, Esq., M.C., Capt. R.A. , b. 1893 ; 

m. 1916, Webb. Post, add.— The Firs, Sunningdale, 

Berks. 



KARR, see SETON-KARR. 

KATER. Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure on a bend 
engrailed or, between two fleurs-de-lys argent an eagle 
with two heads displayed sable (for Kater) ; 2. gules, a 
chevron vairy or and azure, between three roses argent (for 
Reeve) ; 3. gules, a leg in armour, couped at the thigh 




between two spears erect, points upward. Mantling azure 
and or. Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a cat rampant 
guardant proper, between two elephants' trunks[or. Motto, 
" Nil mortalibus arduum." 

Son of the Hon. Henry Edward Kater of Mount 
Broughton, Moss Vale, New South Wales, Member of 
the Legislative Council for that colony. Member of the 
Licensing Court, b. 1841 ; d. 1924; m. 1869, Mary 
Eliza, daughter of William Forster of Brush Farm, 
New South Wales : — 
Norman William Kater, Esq., Member of the Legislative 
Council of New South Wales, J. P., M.B., Ch.M., b. 
1874 ; m. 1901, Jean Gaerlcck, d. of William Hen y 
Mackenzie, of Canley Vale, N.S.W. ; and has issue— (1) 
Henry Edward Forster Kater, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; (2) 
Norman Murchison Kater, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; (3) John 
Bayley Darvall Kater, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; (4) Gregory 
Blaxland Kater. Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Mary Frances; and 
Jean Gaerlock. Seats — Mount Broughton, Moss Vale, 
New South Wales; Egelabra, Warren, N.S.W. ; Dunara, 
Point Piper, Sydney, N.S.W. Clubs — Jun. Carlton ; Aus- 
tralian, Union, and University (Sydney), Queensland 
(Brisbane). 

KAVANAGH (U.O.). Argent, a lion passant gules, in, 
base two crescents of the last. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, between the horns 
of a crescent gules, a garb or. Motto—" Siothchain agus 
fairsinge." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Walter MacMorrough Kavanagh, 

P.C.. M.P., J. P. and D.L. for co. Carlow (High 

Sheriff 1884), J. P. co. Kilkenny (High Sheriff co. 

Wexford 1893), Capt. 5th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, b. 

1856 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1887, Helen Louisa, d. of Col. lohn 

S. Howard : — 

Arthur Thomas Kavanagh, Esq., M.C., Major late 7th 

Hussars, b. 1888 ; tn. 1914, Alice, d. of the late S. Buxton, of 

Catton Hall, Norwich; and has issue — 3 daus. Seats — 



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Brows' House, co. Carlow; Ballyragget House, co. Kil 
kenny. Clubs— Bath, Cavalry, Kildare Street (Dublin.) 
Dermot Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1890. 

Sons of Morgan Butler Kavanagh, Esq., J. P., of Seville 
Lodge, co. Kilkenny, and Merrion Square, Dublin, 
Barr.-at-Law, b. 1845 ; d. 1882 ; m. 1875, Katie, only 
surviving child of Eugene Shine of Seville Lodge : — 
Mcrgan Butler Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1876. 
Eugene Rupert Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1878. Res. — 
Henry Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. — 
Walter Kavanagh, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. — 



KAY-MENZIES (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, 
two swords in saltire points upwards proper, pommels and 
hilts or, on a chief invected argent, three roses of the field 
barbed and seeded proper (for Menzies) ; 2 and 3, argent, 
within two bendlets engrailed an annulet between two 
crescents all sable (for Kay). Crests — 1. On a wreath 




argent and gules, in front of a Saracen's head affronted and 
erased, wreathed about the temples with laurel proper, two 
spears saltirewise also proper, surmounted by a rose as in 
the arms (for Menzies) ; 2. on a wreaih of the colours, 
within the horns of a crescent azure, a goldfinch between 
two branches of laurel proper (for Kay). Motto— " Vil 
God I zal." 

Eldest son of John Menzies, of Aberfeldy, b. 1846 ; d. 

1907; m. 187a, Edith Madeline, d. of Thomas Kay, 

of Pigeon Bay, New Zealand : — 
Arthur William Kay-Menzies, Gentle-nan, b. 1874 ; m. 
1900, Helen, d. of Robert Turner, Esq., J. P., of Rochdale, 
and has issue — Neil Kay-Menzies, Gentleman, b. 1903; 
Stewart Kay-Menzies, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; and Helen 
Vivien. ./?«.— Roylelands, Rochdale. Club— Junior Army 
and Navy. 



KAY (H. Coll.). Argent, three ermine spots between 
two bendlets sable, the whole between two crescents 
azure. 

Daus. and coheirs of Sir Edward Ebenezer Kay, a 
Judge of the High Court of Justice, J. P. Norfolk, M.A. 
(Camb.), b. 1822; d. 1897 ; m. 1850, Mary Valence, d. 
of late Rev. William French, D.D., Master of Jesus 
Coll., Camb., and Canon of Ely : — 
Eva Mary Valence Kav. Res.— Thorpe Abbotts, Scole, 
Norfolk. 

Marion Annie Catharine Kay. Res.— Thorpe Abbotts, 
Scole, Norfolk. 

Sons of Thomas Kay, b. ; d. ; m. ; — 

/issue in New Zealand. 



KAY (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend engrailed azure 
between two griffins' heads erased gules, an annulet between 
two crescents or, on a canton ermine, a martlet sable. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a griffin's head erased erminois, collared azure, 
charged with three crescents and holding in the beak a key 
or. Motto — " Fidem parit integritas." 

Issue of the late Lt.-Col. Sir William Algernon Kay, 

5th Bart., late 68th Regt. , b. 1837; d. 1914 ; m. 

1869, Emily, d. of Thomas James Ireland of Ousden 

Hall, Suffolk:— 
The late Brig.-Gen. Sir William Algernon Ii eland Kay, 
6th Bart. (5 Dec. 1803), Major and Brev. Lt.-Col. King's 
Royal Rifle Corps, b. 1876 ; killed in action 1918. 

Annie Evelyn Ireland ; m. 1921, Timothy O'Keefe. Res. 
Cowper House, Dover. 

THOMAS KAY, Esquire, J. P. Cheshire and Stock- 
port, Mayor 1912-13, b. 1841. Armorial bearings — Per 
pale gules and or, two bendlets dovetailed, between a 
key, the wards upward and to the dexter, in chief, and a 
mascle in base, all counterchanged. Mantling gules and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle's head 
argent, erased gules, holding in the beak a key in bend, the 
wards downwards, azure, within a chain in arch or. Motto 
— " Clavis felicitatis labor." Married, 1866, Helen d. of 
James Downes, Esq., J. P. ; and has issue — Harold Kay, 
Gentleman, d. 1913 \rn. and lelt issue, Alice Hilda and 
Helena Winifred Victoria]. Estates — Marple and Torking- 
ton, both in Cheshire. Postal address— Moorfield, Stock- 
port. 

KAYE, sea LISTER-KAYE. 

KAYE of Huddersfield (H. Coll.). Or, a bend cottised 
invected between two escutcheons sable, each charged 
with a rose argent, barbed and seeded proper.- Mant- 
ling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
upon a staff raguly fessewise or, a goldfinch proper, 
holding in the beak a rose argent barbed, seeded, leaved, 
and slipped proper. Badge — A sprig of rose proper, 
the flower argent, and a sprig of bluebell also proper in 
saltire, enfiled with a circlet or. Motto — " Spectemur 
agendo." 

Only son of Sir Joseph Henry Kaye, 1st Bart., of 
Norwood, Huddersfield, b. 1856 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1885, 
Emily, d. of Alfred Crowther, J. P., of Greenhead, 
Huddersfield : — 
Sir Henry Gordon Kaye, 2nd Bart., of Huddersfield, 
(8 Mar. 1923;, J. P., Capt. (ret.) K.O.Y.L.I., and Flight 
Comdr. R.F.C., M.A. Oxford, b. 1889 ; m. 1916, Winifred, 
d. of the late W. Scales, of Verwood, Bradford ; and 
has issue — Stephen Henry Gordon Kaye, Esq., b. 1917 ; 
David Alexander Gordon Kaye, Esq., b. 1919 ; Brian 
Joseph Gordon Kaye, Esq., b. 1920. Res. — Norwood 
Huddersfield. 

KAY-SHU ITLEWORTH (R.L., 14 Feb. 1842, H. 
Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three weavers' shuttles 
sable, tipped and furnished with quills of yarn or (Shuttle- 
worth) ; 2 and 3, argent, three ermine spots between two 
bendlets sable, the whole between two crescents azure 
(Kay). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — 1. upon a 
wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in armour proper, 
grasping in the gauntlet a shuttle as in the arms (Shuttle- 
worth); 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a crescent or, 
a goldfinch proper (Kay). Motto — "Kynd kynn knawne 
kepe." Livery— Dark green. 

Sons of Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth, 1st Bart. , 

J.P., D.L. (High Sheriff Lanes. 1864), b. 1804; d. 

1877 ; m. 1842, Janet, only child and heir of Robert 

Shuttleworth, Esq., ofGawthorpe: — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Ughtred James Kay-Shuttleworth, 1st 
Baron Shuttleworth (16 July 1902), 2nd Bart. (22 Dec. 
1849), P.C. , Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum for Lanes, 
from 1908, J. P. cos. Lanes, and Westmorland, Hon. Col. 
1st East Lanes. Brigade R.F.A. from 1910, M.P. for 
Hastings 1869-80 and for N.E. Lanes. 1883-1902. [Sup- 
porters — Dexter, a weaver habited in cap and apron 
proper, holding in his exterior hand a shuttle as in the 
arms; sinister, a seaman, habited and holding in his 
exterior hand a ship's lamp all proper], b. 1844 ; m. 
187 1, Blanche Marion, d. of Sir Woodbine Parish, 
K.C.H. ; and has had issue— (1) Hon. Lawrence Ughtred 
Kay-Shuttleworth, Capt. R.F.A. , b. 1887 ; killed in action, 
1917 [m. 1913, Selina Adnie, only d. of Col. the Hon. F. C. 



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Bridgeman ; and left issue — Richard Ughtred Paul Kay- 
Shuttleworth, Esq., b. 1913; Ronald Orlando Lawrence 
Kay-Shuttleworth, Esq., b. 1917 ; and Rosemary Florence 
Angela] ; (2) Hon. Edward James Kay-Shuttleworth, Capt. 
Rifle Bde. , b. 1890 ; killed on active service 1917 [m. 1914, 
Sibell Eleanor Maude, d. of Charles Adeane, of Babraham, 
Cambridge, and left issue— Charles Ughtred John Kay- 
Shuttleworth, Esq. , b. 1917 ; and Pamela] ; Hon. Angela 
Mary [m. 1899, Col. B. R. James, and has issue] ; Hon. 



Robert Lumley Keane, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res. — 
Fortwilliam, Lismore, co. Waterford. 

Son of Leopold George Frederick Keane, Esq., C.B. , 

b. 1818; d. 1898; m. 1844, Lharlotte French, d. of 

Ven. Henry Cotton, Archueacon of Cashel : — 

Frederick Henry Keane, Gentleman, M.E., b. 1857; m. 

1893, Elizabeth, only d. of William H. Penrose of Lang- 

hane, co. Cork, and of Dedham, Essex ; and has issue — 

Frederick William Leopold Keane, Gentleman, b. 1897. 

Res. — Penticton, British Columbia. 








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Nina Louisa [m. 1910, Eustace Gilbert Hills, K.C. , Barr.- 
at-Law, and has issue]; Hon. Rachel Beatrice ; and Hon. 
Catherine Blanche [m. 1917, Charles Symonds Leaf, Lieut, 
late The Buffs, and has issue]. Seats— Gawthorpe Hall, 
Burnley; Barbon Manor, Kirkby Lonsdale. Clubs — Refcrm, 
Athenaeum, National Liberal, Reform (Manchester), Union 
(Manchester). 

Robert Kay-Shuttleworth, Esq., b. 1847; m. 1896, Ethel 
Clementina, d. of Alfred John Freeman, M.D. , of San 
Remo, Italy; and has issue — Helen Victoria. Clubs — 
Athenaeum, Reform, National Liberal. 

KEANE (U.O., 8 March 1801). Gules, three salmon 
naiant in pale argent. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cat-a-mountain sejant 
proper, holding in his dexter paw a banner of the Union of 
Great Britain. Motto — " Felis demulcta mitis." 

Sons of Sir Richard Francis Keane, 4th Bait., D. L. 

(High Sheriff co. Waterford 1882), b. 1845; d. 1892; 

m. 1872, Adelaide Sidney, d. of John Vance, M.P. : — 
Sir John Keane, D.S. O. , 5th Bart. , of Cappoquin House, 
co. Waterford (1 Aug. 1801), late Col. R.F.A., served 
Great War (D.S. O. , Legion of Honour), Barr.-at-Law, 
b. 1873; tn. 1907, Lady Eleanor Lucy Hicks Beach, 
eld. d. of Earl St. Aldwyn ; and has issue — Richard Michael 
Keane, Esq., b. 1909; Adelaide Mary; Sheila; and 
Madeleine Lucy. Res. — Cappoquin House, co. Waterford. 
Town res. — 46 Hamilton Terrace, N.W.8. Clubs — Army 
and Navy, Kildare Street (Dublin). 

George Michael Keane, Esq., Capt. R.N. (ret.), b. 1875 ; 
m. 1909, Violet Ada, d. of Theodore M'Kenna of Portland 
Place, W. ; and has issue — Anne Patricia. Res. — Bennetts 
End, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. Club — United Service. 

Son of Richard Henry Keane, Esq., C.B. E. , Lt.-Col. 

comdg. Transport Workers Batt. , b. 1881; d. 1925; 

m. 1906, Alice Gabriel, yr. d. of Judge Lumley 

Smith, K.C. :— 



KEANE (U.O.). Quarterly gules and or, in the first and 
fourth quarters a salmon naiant argent, in the second and 
third a tree vert. Mantling gules and or. Crest — Upon 
a wreath of the colours, a wild cat rampant guardant pro- 
per, gorged with an antique Irish crown or, charged on the 
shoulder with a trefoil vert. Motto — "Felis demulcta 
mitis." 

Sons of Marcus Keane, Esq., J. P., of Beech Park, b. 

1815 ; d. 1883 ; m. 1847, Louisa Isabella, d. of Nicholas 

Westby:— 
Marcus Thomas Francis Keane, Esq., J. P. and D. L. 
(High Sheriff 1905) co. Clare, b. 1854, m. 1903, Henrietta 
Mary, d. of late Major William Mills Molony, D.L. , of 
Kiltanon, co. Clare ; and has issue — Marcus William 
Keane, Lieut. E. Surrey Regt., b. 1906; and Helen Louise. 
Seat<: — Beech Park, Ennis ; Doon Dahlin, Carrigaholt. 
Club— Kildare Street (Dublin). 

Frederick Colpoys Keane, Esq. , Capt. Carmarthen and 
Clare Artillery, b. 1868 ; m. 1898, Rose Dorothea, d. of 
late Maj.-Gen. William Roberts Farmar of Bedford House, 
Southampton ; and has issue — (1) Anthony Colpoys Keane, 
Lieut. R.A., h. 1899; (2) Marcus Hugh Colpoys, Lieut. 
West Kent Regt., b. 1901 ; (3) Granville Keane, Gentleman, 
b. 1905 ; (4) John Colpoys Keane, Lieut. Hampshire Regt., 
b. (twin) 1905; (5) Nicholas Colp; ys Keane, Gentleman, 
b. 1908. Res. — 73 Goldington Avenue, Bedford. 

KEALY (H. Coll.). Chequy or and gules, two bendlets 
ermine between as many escutcheons of the last, each 
charged with a battleaxe erect sable. Crest— On a wreath 




of the colours, a demi-lion proper charged with a fesse, 
holding in the dexter paw a battleaxe in bend both sable, 
and resting the sinister paw on a quatrefoil or. M jtto — 
"Ne time crede tantum." Livery — Claret coat, with gilt 
buttons, gold band round hat. 



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Only son of John William Gregory Kealy, Gentleman, 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 1858; d. 1918 ; m. 1887, 

Edith Mary, d. of Col. Matthevv Henry Farquharson 

R.M.L.I. :— 

John Hubert Kealy, Gemleman, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1893 ; 

m. 1919, Joyce Agnes, d. of Rev. Frederick J. Matthews, 

M.A., R.N., and has issue — John David Farquharson 

Kealy, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. — 

Son cf Rev. Arthur Graham Kealy, M.A. Camb., Chap- 
lain R.N., b. 1861 ; d. 1927 ; tn. 1896, May Flora, d. 
of Charles Kealy : — 
John Charles Graham Kealy, Gentleman, b. 191 1. Post^ 
add. — 

Sons of John Robert Kealy, M.D., M.R.C.S., V.D.,b- 

1830; d. 1906; m. 1857, Charlotte Maria, d. of John 

Butcher, M.R.C.S., of Spring Garden House, Forton, 

Alverstoke: — 

Charles Gonvil Kealy, Gentleman, M.A. Oxon., b. 1867. 

Res.— Oak Tree Cottage, Tennyson Road, Bognor, Sussex. 

Edward Herbert Kealy, Esq. , C. I. E. , I. C. S. , M. A. Oxon. , 

b 1873- m. 1905, Tempe Florence, M.B. E., d. of Sir 

Charles Stuart Bayley, G.C.I. E., K.C.S.I., I.C.S. ; and 

has issue— (1) Herbert Lancelot Bayley Kealy, Gentleman, 

b. 1907 ; (2) Michael Robert Bayley Kealy, Gentleman, b. 

1913 ! (3) Patrick Charles Bayley Kealy, Gentleman, b. 

19 19 ; Barbara Tempe Bayley ; and Patricia Mary Bayley. 

Post, add.— c/o Grindlay & Co., Bombay, India. 

Percival Hope Kealy, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.E. (ret.), b. 1878 ; 
tn. 2nd, 1905, Alice Marian, d. of John Robson ; and has 
issue— (1) John Basley Hope Kealy, Gentleman Lieut. The 
Queen's Roy. Regt. , b. 1907; (2) Nigel Hugo Hope Kealy, 
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; (3) Peter Raymond Hope Kealy, 
Gentleman, b. 1917; and Beryl Betty Hope. Post. add. 
—c/o Lloyds Bank, Cox s Branch, Pall Mall, S.W. 

KEARLEY (H. Coll.). Azure, in chief two mitres 
argent, garnished or, and in base a square tower of the 
second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, an ancient ship or, the mainsail azure charged 
with a sea-lion gold. Supporters— On either side a sea-lion 
argent, crined, finned and tufted or, each gorged with a 
collar gules charged with three roses gold, and each 
supporting a spear erect proper. Badge — A sea-lion 
argent, crined, finned and tufted or, gorged with three 
roses of the first, and holding in the fins an anchor erect 
gold. Motto — " Fit via vi." Livery — Blue, with black 
facings. 

Son of George Ewbanke Kearley of Uxbridge, b. 1814 ; 
d. 1876; m. 1841, Mary, d. of Charles Hudson: — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Hudson Ewbanke Kearley, 1st Vis- 
count Devonport (1917), 1st Baron Devonport (1910), 
1st Bart. (1908), P.C., J. P. Surrey, J. P. and D.L. 
Bucks., M.P. Devonport 1892-1910, b. 1856; tn. 1888, 
Selina, d. of Edward Chester of Blisworth, Northants. ; 
and has issue — (1) Hon. Gerald Chester Kearley, b. 1890 ; 
(2) Hon. Mark Hudson Kearley, b. 1895 [tn. 1928, 
Mabel Dagley] ; and Hon. Beryl Kathleen. Estate — ■ 
Wittington, Marlow. Seats — Wittington, Marlow, Bucks. ; 
Kinloch, Dunkeld, Perthshire; and Gwylfa Hiraethog, 
Denbigh. Town res. — 41 Grosvenor Place, London, S.W. 
Club — Reform. 

KEARNEY, see BUTLER-KEARNEY. 

KEARNEY (U.O. ). Argent, three lions rampant gules, 
on a chief of the second, thiee pheonsor. Mantling; gules 
and argent, Crest On a wreath of the colours, a gauntleted 
hand fessewise or, charged with an ogress, and holding a 
dagger proper, ensigned with the helmet of his rank, 
that is to say, a helmet affronted with visor open. Motto — 
" Sustine et abstine." 

Only son of F'rancis Kearney, Solicitor, of Shannon 
Lawn, Limerick: — 

Sir Francis Edgar Kearney, Knt. Bach. (1916), LL.D., 
B.A. (Dub.), Hon. Capt. in the Army, served Great War 
1915-18, Clerk of the Crown and Peace for City and County 
of Limerick 1918-1926, b. 1870 ; tn. 1910, Clare, only d. of 
Michael Joseph Malone, M.D. , of 5 Pery Street, Limerick, 
and has issue — Francis George Kearney, Esq., b. 1916 ; 
Henry William Kearney, Esq., b. 1921 ; Eleanor Kathleen ; 
and Sheila Mary. Res. — Shannon Lawn, Limerick. 
Clubs— Carlton, County (Limerick). 

KEATES (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pale sable, three 
cats-a-mountain of the field, on a canton of the second a 
cake of copper proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest 



— On a wreath of the colours, a tiger proper, charged 
with three bezants fessewise, resting the dexter paw upon 




an escutcheon sable, thereon a cake of copper proper. 
Motto — " Esto memor." 

Sons of Joseph Andrew Keates, Esq., of Bishop's 
Nympton, co. of Devon, b. 1833 ; d. 1908 ; m. i860, 
Eliza, sec. d. of Edmund Brock Lyon of Neston, co. 
Chester: — 
William Keates, Esq. , Lt.-Col. late Suffolk Regt. , b. 1862 ; 

m. ; and has issue Keates, Gentleman, b. 1911. 

Seats — Bishop's Nympton, co. Devon; and Dunstone, 
Torquay, Devon. 

Rev. Herbert Andrew Keates, M.A. Oxford. Res. — 
Hinton Waldrist Rectory, Faringdon, Berks. 
John Keates, Gentleman. 

KEATING (H. Coll.). Argent, on a saltire gules, 
between in chief a rose of the last, barbed and seeded 
proper, in fesse two oak-leaves slipped, and a cross crosslet 
fitcMe in base vert, an oak-leaf slipped or. Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
boar passant gules, holding in the mouth an oak-leaf slipped 
between two oak branches proper. Motto— "Amor ducit 
patriae." 

Son of Rev. William Keating, M.A. (Exeter Coll.) 

Oxford, Clerk in Holy Orders, late Rector of the 

Parish of Baverstock, near Salisbury, b. 1823 ; m. 1848, 

Louisa Caroline, vst. d. of the late Richard Morgan, 

H.E.I.C.'s Navy:'— 

Francis Amboor Keating, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), 

Barr.-at-Law, b. 1853; tn. Constance Mary, d. of F. W. 

Prell of Hanover and Melbourne ; and has issue, Harold 

Francis Amboor Keating, Gentleman, b. . Res.— is 

Rutland Gate, S.W. 

KECK, see POWYS-KECK. 

KEELING of Walton Grange (H. Coll.). Sable, a lion 
rampant or, between in chief two escutcheons argent, each 
charged with a cross patee fitchee gules. Mantling 
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion 
rampant or, holding in the dexter forepaw a dagger erect 
gules, and resting the dexter hind leg on an escutcheon 
as in the arms. Motto—" Virtute et justitia." 

Son of Frank Keeling, of Newcastle- under-Lyme, b. 

1842; d. 1896; m. Martha, d. of A. W. Hall, 

of Wingfield House, co. Derby :— 
Frank Albert Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; tn. 1903, 
Elizabeth, d. of A. Fielding, of Trentham, Staffs. ; and 
has issue— Rosemary. Res.— Walton Grange, Stone, 
Staffs. Club— Junior Carlton. 

KEELING (H. Coll., 16 Oct. 1886). Ermine, a scaling- 
ladder in bend sable, over all a lion rampant or, holding 
between the paws an escutcheon argent, charged with a 



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cross patee fitchee gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest 
— Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-lion 
rampant or, holding between the paws an escutcheon gules, 
charged with a cross pat£e fitchee argent, a scaling-ladder 
fessewise sable. Motto — " Honneur sans reproche." 

Sons of Frederic John Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1826; 

d. 1900 ; m. 1885, Alice May Mildred, d. of late George 

Chapman, Solicitor: — 
Frederic Hillersdon Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1886; m. 
1909, Rachel Susanna, d. of late Chambre' Corker Town- 
shend, Architect ; and has issue — Bernard Sidney Keeling, 
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; and Joan. Res. — 
Guy William Keeling, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res. — 

KEEGAN (U.O.) Gules, a lion salient, crowned, and 
holding in the dexter paw a crescent all or, a chief nebuly 
of the last. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath 




of the colours, a dexter hand holding a sheaf of five arrows 
all proper, charged on the wrist with a harp or, stringed 
argent. Motto — " Nunquam non paratus. " Livery — Frock 
coat and vest, blue refine, with crimson stripe at side of 
trousers. 

Sons of Edward Wells Keegan, Esq., J. P., b. 1850; 

• - d. ; m. 1st, 1877, Kate Mary (d. 1893), eld. d. of 

George F. Roughan, M.D. , Inspector Local Govern- 
BEP^ment Board, Ireland . — 

• George Alexander Keegan, Gentleman, b. 1884. Post, 
add. — 

Charles Aloysius Marie Keegan, Gentleman, b. 1885. 
Col. Herbert Leo Keegan, b. 1888. Res. — Uplands, 
Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

KEEVIL (H. Coll.). Sable, a chevron or, between three 
sinister hands couped argent, on a chief of the last, three 
roses gules, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of a demi-eagle displayed sable, three mullets pierced in 
fesse or. Motto — " Aquila non captat muscas." 

Son of Ernest William Frowd Keevil (eld. son of Peter 

Keevil, see below), of Broomfield, Abbotts Langley, co. 

Hertford, b. 1867; d. 1923; m. 1893, Marion Jane, d. 

of Frederick Willis : — 
Leslie Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; m. 1916, Nana, d. of 
George Hutton Gemmel, of Maidenhead, and has issue — 
Frank Joyce Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. — Bonnyrigg, 
Braywick Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire. 

Sons of Peter Keevil, of Coley Park, Reading, co. 

Berks., b. 1843; d. 1926; m. 1866, Stella Frowd (d. 

1910), d. of John Richard Gibbs Keevil, of Farleigh, 

Wilts. : — 
Harry Joyce Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1871. Res.— Coley 
Park, Reading, co. Berks. Clubs— R. A. C, Junior Con- 
stitutional. 

Francis Edward Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1878; m. 1507, 
Elizabeth, d. of Charles Ashworth, of Todmorden, Lanca- 
shire. Res. — Brook House, Bourne End, Bucks. Club — 
R.A.C. 

Stanley Peter Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1882; m. 1912, 
Charlotte Beatrice Maud, d. of Arthur Chipperneld, Esq., 



J. P., of Brighton, Sussex, and has issue — Stanley Arthur 
Peter Keevil, Gentleman, b. 1914. Res.— 8 Chesham Place, 
Brighton. 

KEIGHLY-PEACH (R.L., 19 Oct. 1838, H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, between two chevrons argent, three 
martlets of the second (for Peach) ; 2 and 3, per bend en- 
grailed sable and argent, a fesse charged with two mullets 
all counterchanged (for Keighly). Mantling gules and 
argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a 
demi-lion rampant per fesse ermine and gules, crowned 
or (for Peach) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's 
head sable, langued gules, charged with three mullets all 
counterchanged (for Keighly). Motto (for Peach) — " Quic- 
quid dignum sapiente bonoque est." 

Sons of Henry Peach Keighly-Peach, Esq., of Idlicote 
House, Warwick, J. P., late Capt. Roy. Horse Gds. 
(Blue), b. 1834 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1862, Lucy Isabella, 
second d. of William Selby Lowndes of Whaddon 
Hall, Bucks. :— 
Henry Keighly-Peach, Gentleman, b. 1864. Seat — 
Mickleton House, Mickleton, Chipping Cam| den, Glos. 

Rear-Adm. Charles William Keighly-Peach, D.S.O., 
R.N. (ret.), b. 1865; m. 1921, Kathleen, d. of Paymaster- 
in-Chief T. R. Dennis. Res. — Waylands, Wraysbury, 
Bucks. 

KEITH-FALCONER (L.O. matric. 1895). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, azure, a falcon displayed between three mullets 
argent, charged on the breast with a man's heart gules(for 
Falconer) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a chief gules, three pallets 
or, on an inescutcheon of the second a sceptre and 
a sword in saltire with an imperial crown between the 
upper corners all proper, the whole within an orle of 
eight thistles slipped near the head or (for Keith). 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — An angel in a 
praying posture or, within an orle of laurel proper. 
Supporters — on either side a man in complete armour 
each holding a spear in a sentinel's posture proper. 
Mottoes — " Vive ut vivas " ; " Quas amissa salva." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Francis Alexander Keith-Falconer, 
8th Earl of Kintore, b. 1828 ; d. 1880 ; m. Louisa, 
d. of Francis Hawkins : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Algernon Hawkins Thomond Keith-Fal- 
coner, K.T., P.C., G.C.M.G., LL.D., 9th Earl of Kintore 
(20 June, 1677), Lord Falconer of Halkerton (20 Dec. 
1647), Lord Keith of Inverurie, Baron Kintore of 
Kintore, co. Aberdeen (5 July, 1838), formerly Governor 
and C.C. of South Australia, b. 1852 ; m. 1873, Lady 
Sydney Montagu, d. of 6th Duke of Manchester ; and 
has issue — Arthur George Keith-Falconer, commonly 
called Lord Falconer, Capt. (ret.) Scots Gds., b. 1879. 
(Res. — 105 Mount Street, W. Clubs — Marlborough, 
Carlton, Bachelors) ; Ladv Ethel Sydney [m. 1905, Rt. 
Hon. Lord Stonehaven, P.C., G.C.M.G., D.S.O., Gov.- 
Gen. of Australia] ; Lady Hilda Madeline. Seat — Keith 
Hall, Inverurie, co. Aberdeen. Town res. — 10 Park 
Place, St. James's, S.W. Clubs — Bachelors', Carlton, 
Beefsteak, New (Edin.). 

KEKEWICH (Vn. Cornwall, 1620). Quarterly, 1 and 
6, argent, two lions passant in bend sable between two 
bendlets gules ; 2. argent, three bars gemelles gules ; 3. 
or, on a fesse between three Cornish choughs proper, a 
garb between two cross crosslets fitchee of the first ; 4. 
argent, on a bend azure, three fleurs-de-lys or ; 5. quarterly, 
or and gules, on a bordure sable, eight escallops argent. 
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a leopard's head and neck affrontde and erased 
sable. Motto--" Fructus virtutis. " 

Sons of Trehawke Kekewich, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. 

Devon, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1823 ; d. 1909; m. 1st, 1849, 

Charlotte (d. 1879I, d. of Capt. George Shuldham 

Peard, R.N. : — 
Sir Trehawke Herbert Kekewich, 1st Bart, of Peamore, 
Devon (11 Jan. 1921), Barrister-at-Law, Recorder of Tiver- 
ton (1899), J. P. Devon, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1851; m. 1909, 
Edith, d. of Rev. David Barrie Cameron, D.D.. J. P., 
Minister of Rosebank, Dundee. Seat — Peamore, nr. Exeter. 
Lewis Pendarves Kekewich, Esq., J. P. Kent, b. 1859 ; m. 
1884, Lilian Emily, d. of Sampson Hanbury, J.P. and D.L. , 
of Bishopstowe, Devon; and has had issue — (1) Hanbury 
Lewis Kekewich, Esq., Capt. Sussex Yeo. , b. 1885 ; killed 
in action 1917 [m. 1914, Dorothy, d. of F. J. Lane] ; (2) 
George Kekewich, Esq., Capt. City of London Yeo., b. 
1889; d. 1917, on active service; (3) John Kekewich, 



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Esq., Capt. The Buffs, b. 1891 ; d. on active service 1915 ; 
(4) Sidney Kekewich, Esq., M.B.E., Capt. late 21st Lancers, 
b. 1893 [m. 1916, Madeleine, d. of Rear-Adm. Walter 
Goodridge, CLE., J. P.] ; and Evelyn Lilian [m. 1912, 
Col. Charles Ashton James of Barrock Park]. Res. — 
3 Beaumont Mansions, Fourth Avenue, Hove. 

Son of Charles Granville Kekewich, Esq., b. 1859; 

d, 1925 ; m. 1886, Mary Marion, d. of the late ^Eneas 

Mackintosh, of Daviot House, Inverness-shire: — 

Piers Keane Kekewich, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b. 1889; 

m. 1917, Esm6 Alexandra, d. of Col. G. J. Scott, D.S.O., 

and has issue— Arthur Kekewich, Gentleman, b, 1921 ; and 

Amy. 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Kekewich, P.C., Judge of 
the High Court of Justice, b. 1832 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1858, 
Marianne, d. of James William Freshfield: — 
Cecil Henry Kekewich, Esq., late Major York and Lan- 
caster Regt., b. 1865; m. 1899, Norah Napier, d. of Maj.- 
Gen. Sir Alexander Frederick Bradshaw, K.C.B. Res. — 



KELHAM (H. Coll.). Per pale gules and azure, three 
covered cups or, on a chief engrailed argent, three estoiles 
sable. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-eagle with two heads displayed azure, sem6e 
of ermine spots, and charged on each wing with a covered 
cup all or. Motto—" Beneficiorum memor. " 

Son of Robert Maunsell Kelham, Gentleman, b. 1849 ; 
d. 1898 ; m. 1879, Janet Agneta Louise, eldest d. of 
C. C. Cogan, M.D., of Greenwich, co. Kent: — 
Marmaduke Henry Cogan Kelham, Gentleman, b. 1888. 
Res. — British Consulate General, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Sons of Augustus Kelham of Eversley Park, Chester, by 
his wife Susan Mary, eldest d. of Samuel Aldersey 
of Aldersey Hall, co. Chester: — 
Godfrey Marmaduke Langdale Kelham, Gentleman 
b. 1857 ; m. 1884, Catherine, only child of Alfred Dyson of 
Watford; and has issue — Roy Dyson Langdale Kelham, 
Gentleman, b. 1891. 

Herbert Vavasour Langdale Kelham, Gentleman, b. 
1861 ; m. 1st, 1891, Julia (d. 1898), d. of Thomas Gray Bissett 
of Barrow-in-Furness; 2nd, 1902, Ellen Mary French, d. of 
the late Capt. H. Hills, R.N., J.P. of Littlehampton, and 
has issue — (1) Cecil Herbert Langdale Kelham, Gentleman, 
b. 1891 ; (2) Philip Vavasour Langdale Kelham, Gentleman, 
b. 1894; and Avice Dorothea Langdale. Seat — Wye 
House, Marlborough. 

Son of Henry Kelham. a Lieut. R.N., by his wife 

Fanny Goldie, youngest d. of James Hall, M.D. , 

R.N.:— 

Henry Robert Kelham, Esq., C.B. , Hon. Brig. -Gen. , 

Col. late Highland Light Infantry (74th Highlanders), was 

present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, Sept. 13, 1882, for 

which services he received the Egyptian medal and 

Khedive's star, b. 1853; m. 1903, Doris Lilian, d. of the 

late Edmund Tattersall of S. Kensington. Res. — Hatton, 

Instow, nr. Barnstaple, Devon. Club — Army and Navy. 



KELLETT (U.O., 1801). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, 
on a mount vert, a boar passant sable, armed, bristled, and 
chained or (Kellett); 2 and 3, argent, a cross gules, in the 
first quarter a fleur-de-lys of the second (Laulhe). Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, an arm embowed, vambraced 
proper, holding a truncheon or. Motto — " Feret ad astra 
virtus." 

Sons of Sir Henry de Castres Kellett, 3rd Bart., b. 

1851 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1880, Joan, d. of William Harrison 

of Kew, Melbourne : — 
Sir Henry de Castres Kellett, 4th Bart. (6 Aug. 1801), 
b. 1882: m. 1905, Ruby Septima, d. of Easton Johnston, 
and has issue — Henry de Castres Kellett, Esq., b. 1914 ; 
and Isla de Castres. Res. — Lota Berg, Belgium Avenue, 
Roseville, N.S.W. 

Francis Stanley Kellett, Esq., b. 1885. 
N.S.W. 

William Augustus Kellett, Esq., b. 1889 ; 
d. of J. Peart, and has issue — William 
Kellett, Gentleman, b. 1920. Res. — Victoria, Australia. 

Son of Henry de Castres Kellett of Victoria, Australia, 

b. 1815; d. 1884; m. 1848, Marcella, d. of Michael 

Ready: — 

Francis Michael Kellett, Gentleman, b. 1858 ; m. 1885, 

Elizabeth Mary, d. of T. Stanley; and has issue — (1) 

Stanley Francis Kellett, Gentleman, b. 1886 ; (2) Arthur 

Osmond Kellett, Gentleman, b. 1890: and Freda. Res. — 



Res. — Sydney, 

m. 1920, Janet, 
Andrew Henry 



ARTHUR DILLON DENIS KELLY, Esquire, Maj. 
34th Regt., claiming to be "The O' Kelly," as head 
of the eldest surviving branch descended from William Boy 
O'Kelly, 21st O'Kelly and Lord of Jath-Maine, J.P co. 
Meath. Born Dec. 5, 1853, being the eldest son of the late 
Gen. Sir Richard Denis Kelly, K. C. B. , by his wife Ellen, dau. 
of Sir William Dillon, 4th Baronet, of Lismullin, co. Meath. 
Armorial bearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, a tower 
triple-towered, supported by two lions rampant argent, as 
many chains descending from the battlements between 
their legs or (for Kelly) ; 2 and 3, argent, a lion rampant 
between three crescents gules, issuant from each a star with 
six points of the field, over all a fesse azure (for Dillon), 
and impaling the arms of Skeffington, namely, quarterly, 
1 and 4, argent, three bulls' heads erased sable ; 2 and 3, 
azure, a chevron between three chapletsor (for Clatworthy). 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, an enfield statant vert with a bushy tail turned over 
the back. Motto — " Turris fortis mihi Deus." Livery — 
Dark blue, black facings. Married, 1895, Henrietta, 
youngest d. of the late Hon. Chichester Thomas Foster- 
Skeffington (third son of the Rt. Hon. the 2nd Viscount 




Ferrard and Viscountess Massereene). Seat — Weston, 
Duleek, co. Meath. Estates — Mucklon, Ballyforan, 
Ballinasloe, co. Galway ; and Kilcash, co. Roscommon. 
Club — United Service. 

KELLY (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron between three 

billets gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Out of 

a ducal coronet gules, an ostrich's head, holding in the 

beak a horse-shoe or. Livery — White with scarlet facings. 

Son of Arthur Kelly, Esq., J.P. , of Kelly, co. Devon, 

and his wife Sophia, d. of Robert Maitland of Thaxted, 

Essex: — 

Rev. Maitland Kelly, M.A. , Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 

1842 ; m. 1st, 1873, Agnes Elizabeth Leigh {d. 1883), only 

child of William Leigh Clare of Raby Vale, co. Chester ; 

and by her has, with other issue — Arthur Maitland Kelly, 

Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 2nd, 1886, Elfrida, d. of Rev. C. 

Carey, Rector of Kingweston, Somerset. R;s.— Kelly 

House, Lifton, Devonshire. 

EDWARD FESTUS KELLY, Gentleman, formerly 
Master of the New Forest Deerhounds. Born Jan. 28. 
1854, being the eldest son of Edward Robert Kelly, Gentle- 
man, and Harriet his wife, dau. of Anderson Radford. 
Livery — Blue, with red waistcoat. Armorial bearings — 
Azure, a tower triple-towered argent, supported by two 
lions rampant argent, chained or. Mantling azure and 



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argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an enfield 
passant vert. Motto — " Turris fortis mihi Deus." Married, 
August 28, 1879, Constance, third dau. of Major Horatio 




Edenborough ; and .has had Issue — Edward Denis Festus 
Kelly, Gentleman, Lieut. 7th Huss. , att. 1st Life Guards, 
b. Jan. 3, 1881 ; killed in action 1914. Seat — Donnington 
Castle House, Newbury. Town res. — 47 Prince's Gardens, 
S. W.7. Clubs — Carlton, Conservative. 

KELLY of Maryland, co. Mayo (U.O.). Azure, a 
tower triple-towered, supported by two lions rampant 
argent, as many chains descending from the battlements 
between their legs or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, an enfield passant argent. 
Motto — "Turris fortis mihi Deus " 

Son of Sir Malachy John Kelly, Kt. (1912), Chief 
Crown Solicitor for Ireland, b. 1850 ; tn. 1894, Annie, 
eld. d. of Sir Patrick Coll, C.B., ChiefCrown Solicitor, 
Dublin :— 
Ignatius Kelly, Esq.,**. 1895. 

KELLY (Confn. U.O.). Azure, two lions rampant 
combatant argent, chained or, supporting a tower with 
three turrets of the second, in the centre chief point a 
mullet of the third. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of the colours, an enfield vert, charged on 
the shoulder with a mullet as in the arms. Motto — " Turris 
fortis mihi Deus." 

Sons of Francis Hume Kelly, Esq. J P. for co. West- 

meath, Capt. and Hon. Major 9th Batt. Rifle Brigade, 

B. A. (Oxon.), b. 1840; d. 1919 ; tn. 1876, Gertrude 

Annie, only child of G. C. M. Murdoch : — 

Francis Vandeleur Hume Kelly, Esq., Major 3rd Batt. 

N. Staffs. Regt., B.A. (Cambs.), b. 1877 ; tn. 1919, 

Madeleine Esther, d. of M. A. Julien, of Roner. Seat — 

Glencara, Mullingar. Club— Kildare Street (Dublin). 

George Harvev Hume Kelly, Esq., Capt. 2nd North 
Staffs. Regt., b.' 1879. 

Son of Robert Vandeleur Kelly, Esq., C.B. , J. P. co. 
Westmeath, Lt.-Col. N.S. Wales Army Med. Corps, 
F.R.C.S.E., Knt. of Grace of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem, b. 1843; tn. 1877, Annie Holmes, d. of 
William Fetherstonhaugh of Grouse Lodge, West- 
meath: — 
Robert Hume Vandeleur Kelly, Gentleman, Lieut. 



R.F.A., b. 1878. Post, add. — Kellywood, Balmoral, N.S. 
Wales. 

Sons of Col. Harvey Hamilton Harvey-Kelly, F.R.G.S., 
b. 1845; d. 1903; tn. 1876, Constance, d. of Gen. 
Dunsterville : — 
Harvey St. George Hume Harvey-Kelly, Esq., Lt.-Col. 
Indian Army, b. 1880. Res. — 

Charles Hamilton Grant Harvey-Kelly, Esq., D.S.O. , 
Major Indian Army, b. 1885 ; tn. 1922, Sybil Mary, M.B., 
B.S., d. of the late Harry Nuttall, J. P., M.P., of Man- 
chester. Address— L lonhugh, co. Westmeath. 

Gilbert Isdell Harvey-Kelly, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

KELLY or O'KELLY (Conf. 22 Jan. 1757, U.O.). 
Azure, two lions rampant combatant argent, chained or, 
supporting a tower triple-turretted of the second. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, an enfield 
passant vert. Motto — " Turris fortis mihi Deus." 

Son of General Sir Richard Denis Kelly, K.C.B. , b. 
1818 ; d. 1897; m. 1848, Ellen Susanna (d. 1903), 
d. of Sir William Dillon, Bart:— 
Major Arthur Dillon Denis Kelly, "The O'Kelly" 
(q.v.). 

Yr. sons of Cornelius Joseph O Kelly of Gallagh 
Castle, co. Galway, a Count of the Holy Roman 
Empire, J. P. (High Sheriff co. Galway 1851), b. 1806 ; 
d. 1892; tn. 1831, Eliza, d. of Walter Joyce of Mer- 
vue : — 
Cornelius Joseph O'Kelly, Gentleman, b. 1835. Res. in 
Australia. 

Edward Anthony O'Kelly, Gentleman, b. 1842. Res. — 
Sons of Walter Francis Maurice O'Kelly, Gentleman, 
b. 1844; d. 1880; tn. , Catherine (d. 1909), d. of 

Richard D'Arcy of Wellfort, co. Galway : — 
Walter Joseph O'Kelly, Esq., J. P. co. Galway, b. 1876; 
in. 1912, Louisa Mary, d. of Hyacinth D'Arcy, of New 
Forest, Galway, and has issue — Walter Lionel O'Kelly, 
Gentleman, b. 1921; Louise Mary; and Mary Kathleen. 
Res. — Nahadmore, Moate, co. Westmeath. 

Richard Mary O'Kelly, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. — 
Son of Ambrose Patrick O'Kelly, Esq., of Gurbray, 
J. P., b. 1806; d. 1863:— 
John Appleyard O'Kelly, Esq., of Gurtray (q.v.). 

KELLY (Conf. 7 Nov. 1772, U.O. ) Azure, two lions 
rampant combatant argent, chained or, supporting a tower 
triple-turretted of the second. Mantling azure and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an enfield passant vert. 
Motto — " Turris fortis mihi Dens." 

Sons of John Joseph Roche Kelly, Esq., of Rockstown 

Castle and Islandmore, Limerick, J. P. and D. L. 

(High Sheriff 1879), b. 1835; d. 1898; tn. 2nd, 1875, 

Kate O'Donnell, d. of Francis Murphy, Esq., J. P., of 

Kilcairne : — 

Basil James Roche Kelly, Esq., J. P., co. Limerick 

(High Sheriff 1900). Major and Hon. Lt.-Col. Reserve of 

Officers, late Capt. Limerick City Art., b. 1877. Seat — 

Islandmore, Croome, co. Limerick. 

Algernon James Kelly, Gentleman, Lieut. Limerick City 
Art.,*. . Res.— 

Son of James Michael Kelly, Esq., of Rockstown 

Castle, M. P. for Limerick 1844-47 (High Sheriff 1841), 

b. 1808 ; tn. 1834, Fiances Maria, d. of Edmund Roche 

of Trabolgan, co. Cork, sister of Lord Fermov : — 

Edward Roche Kelly, Esq., J. P., b. ; tn. 1st, 1881, 

Anna Louisa (d. 1882), d. of Thomas John Quill of 

Caherin ; 2nd, 1884, Lilian Marie, d. of William Roche ; 

and has issue Kelly, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; and Nellie 

[tn. 1911, James Dillon Roche, R.A.M.C.]. Seat — 

Sons of James Fitzjames Kelly, Esq., J. P., b. 1837; 
d. 191 1 ; tn. 1882, Jane, sister of J. P. White, Esq., 
D.L., of Nantenan :— 
Francis Roche Kelly, Gentleman, Lieut. A.V.C., b. 
1883. 
Edmond Burke Roche Kelly, Gentleman, b. 1888. 
Hubert Gerard Kelly, Gentleman, b. 1893. 
Yr. son of James Michael Kelly and Frances Maria 
Roche (see above) : — 
Michael Roche Kelly, Esq. , J. P. , b. ; m. 1875, Mary, 

d. of Edmund Smithwick, Esq., J. P. and D.L. of Kil- 
creene, Kilkenny ; and has issue — (1) James Roche Kel[y, 
Esq., High Sheriff co. Clare 191 1, b. ; (2) Edmund 

Roche Kelly, Esq., D.S.O. , Lt.-Col. 1st Batt. Roy. Irish 
Regt., b. 1881 [m. 1913, Kathleen, d. of Lt.-Col. Shine, 
R.A.M.C, of Belfast] ; and Helen Mary. Seat — 



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KELSO (matric. L.O. 1924, cadet of the ancient family 
of Kelso of Kelsoland). Sable, a fesse engrailed, between 



Bridgwater. Town res. — 31 Bruton Street, W.i. 
— Marlborough, Carlton, Arthur's, M.C.C. 



Clubs 




three garbs or, a bordure ot the last. Mantling sable, 
doubled or. Crest On a wreath of his liveries, aj garb 
or. Motto — " Otium cum dignitate." 

Only son of Captain John Andrew Kelso, R.A. , b. 

1838; killed at storming of the Peiwar Kotal, 

Afghanistan 1878 ; m. 1867, Marion, d. of W. Harcourt 

Ranking, M.D. , of Norwich : — 
Hugh Andrew Kelso, Esq., late Deputy Insp.-Gen. Imp. 
Indian Police, b. 1868 ; m. 1917, Mary Molyneux, d. of 
Rev. Richard Harrison, late Rector of Tettenhall, Staffs., 
and has issue- Elizabeth. Res. — Tudor House, Mount 
Fitchet, Stansted, Essex ; and 4 Lurgan Mansions, Sloane 
Square, S.W.i. Club— E.I. United Service. 

KEMEYS-TYNTE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
grand quarters counterquartered ; i. and iiii., gules, a lion 
couchant between six cross crosslets argent (for Tynte) ; 
ii. and iii., vert, on a chevron argent three pheons sable 
(for Kemeys) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters, sable, a maunch 
argent, a bordure or, charged with eight pairs of lions' 
gambs erased saltirewise gules (for Wharton). Mantling 
gules and argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the 
colours, on a mount vert an unicorn sejant argent, armed, 
crined, and unguled or (for Kemeys) ; 2. on a wreath of 
the colours, a bull's head erased argent, armed or, gorged 
with a ducal coronet per pale gules and or (for 
Wharton). Supporters — On the dexter, a bull argent, 
armed and unguled or, crined sable, ducally gorged 
per pale gules and or; on the sinister, a lion gules, 
fretty or. Badge — A bull's head erased argent, armed 
and crined sable, gorged with a ducal coronet per pale 
gules and or. Mottoes — " Plaisir en faites d'armes " ; 
" Dio volendo, io lo faro." 

Son of Halswell Milborne Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., 

J.P., D.L., of Halswell, b. 1852 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1875, 

RosabeUe Clare, d. of Theobald Walsh, of Tyrrelston, 

co. Kildare : — 

Rt. Hon. Charles Theodore Halswell Kemeys-Tynte, 

8th Baron Wharton (30 Jan. 1544-5, the abeyance in 

the Barony being determined in his favour February, 

1916), b. 1876 ; m. 1899, Dorothy, d. of Maj.-Gen. Sir 

Arthur Ellis, G.C.V.O., C.S.I. ; and has issue— Hon. 

Charles John Halswell Kemeys-Tynte, b. 1908 ; Hon. 

Elizabeth Dorothy. Seats — Halswell Park, Goathurst, 

Bridgwater ; Chelvy Court, Bristol ; Broomfield Hall, 



KEMEYS-TYNTE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. counter- 
quartered i. and iiii. gules, a lion couchant between six 
crosses crosslet argent (Tynte) ; ii. and iii. vert, on a 
chevron argent, three pheons sable (Kemeys); 2. azure, 
three bars wavy argent, over all a bend gules (Halswell) ; 
3. sable, a maunch argent, on a border or, an orle of lions' 
gambs erased in saltire gules (Wharton) ; 4. azure, a wolfs 
head erased argent (Lupus, Earl of Chester). Mantling 
gules and argent. Crests — 1. Upon a wreath of the 
colours, on a mount vert, a unicorn sejant argent, armed, 
crined, and unguled or (Kemeys) ; 2. a demi-griffin erased 
or (Halswell). Mottoes — "Duw-dy-ras" (Kemeys); 
" Tynctus cruore Saraceno " (Tynte). 

Sons of Halswell Milborne Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., J. P. 
and D.L. for co. Monmouth, J. P. for cos. Glamorgan 
and Somerset, senior co-heir of the whole blood to the 
Barony of Wharton, b. 1852 ; d. 1899 • m - ' l %>7$< Rosa- 
belle Clare, eldest d. of Theobald Walsh, Esq., of 
Tyrrelston, co. Kildare: — 
Rt. Hon. Charles Theodore Halswell Kemeys-Tynte, 
8th Baron Wharton (q.v. ). 

Eustace Kemeys-Tynte, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. 1902, 
Annie, d. of John Emerson ; and has issue— Nicholas 
Halswell, Kemeys-Tynte, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; and Eleanor 
Vanessa Rosabelle. Res. — Burleigh Hall, Loughborough, 
co. Leicester. 

Sons of Col. Charles John Kemeys-Tynte, Royal 

Glamorgan Lt. Inf. Mil., M.P. , 1832-37 and 1847-65, 

b. 1800; d. 1882; m. 2nd, 1841, Vincentia, third d. of 

late Wallop Brabazon of Rath House, co. Louth:— 

Arthur Marcus Philipps Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., late Capt. 

Royal Glamorgan Militia, served as a volunteer in Zulu 

War 1879 and Canada 1885 (three medals), b. 1850 ; m. 

1889, Ruby, d. of R. Clark of Ottawa, Canada. Res. — 

Edward Plantagenet Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., late Capt. 
Royal Glamorgan Mil., served through the Zulu War 1879 
(medal and clasp), b. 1858 ; m. 1889, Beatrice Mary, eldest 
d. of Lansdowne Daubeny of Norton Malreward ; and has 
issue — Mary Vincentia Blanche Edwardina \m. 1915, 
William Arnold Riley, and has issue] ; and Beatrice 
Margaret Gwlads Clare [m. 1916, Eric Blake Johnson]. 
Res. — Llanvair, Dawlish. 



KEMMIS - STEINMAN (R.L., 18 Nov. 1924, H. Coll). 
Azure, an ibex rampant argent, horned or, a bordure 
engrailed of the second. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — A demi-ibex argent, horned or, charged on the 
shoulder with a cross patee azure. Motto — " Ante expect- 
atem diem." 

Second son of Col. William Kemmis, J. P., D.L., of 
Rathdrum, co. Wicklow.6. 1836 ; d. 1900; m. 1862, 
Ellen, d. of George Steinman, F.S.A. : — 
Rev. Marcus Steinman Kemmis-Steinman, Clerk in 
Holy Orders, M.A. (Oxford), b. 1867 ; assumed by R.L., 
18 Nov. 1924, the additional surname of Steinman, 
and the arms of Steinman only ; m. 1892, Eliza, d. of 
Rev. Canon S. Chorlton, Vicar of Christchurch, Pits- 
moor, Sheffield. Res. — The Rectory, Morcott, Rutland. 



KEMBALL (H. Coll.). Gules, on a cross invected 
or, an oak-tree eradicated proper, between four leopards' 
faces azure, in the first and fourth quarters a sword 
erect, and in the second and third a fasces also erect 
argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath 
of the colours, in front of a rock proper, a fasces fessewise, 
also proper thereon a goat salient sable. Motto — "Nulla 
nisi ardua virtus." 

Sons of Maj.-Gen. John Shaw Kemball, J. P., late 

Indian Army, of Fairseat, Wrotham, Kent, b. 1822 ; 

d. 1914 ; m. 1857, Dora M. , dau. of Capt. Henry 

Adams, Bombay Nat. Inf. : — 
Major-Gen. Sir George Vero Kemball, K.C.M.G. (1916), 
C.B. (1903), D.S.O. (1902), late R.A., b. 1859 ; m. 1889, 
Hattie, O.B.E., d. of Gilbert Wray Elliot, I.C.S. ; and 
has issue —Vero Elliot Kemball, Esq., Comdr. R.N., 
b. 1893 \m. 1925, Janet, d. of Maj.-Gen. Sir Andrew 
Russell, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., of Tuna Nui, New Zealand ; 
and has issue — 1 dau.] Res. — 24 Milnthorpe Road, East- 
bourne. Club — United Service. 

Hugh Lester Kemball, Esq., late Dep. Insp.-Gen. 



Kern 



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Punjaub Police, b. 1869 ; m. 1005, Amy, d. of Richard 




Maguire, of New Grange, co. Meath, and has issue — 
. Kemball, Gentleman, b. 1907. 

Sons of Charles Gurdon Kemball, Esq., I.C.S., Puisne 

Judge of High Court, Bombay, 1870-1885, J. P. co. 

Norfolk, b. 1829; d. 1906; in. 1856, Grace C, d. of 

Gen. H. Blois Turner, R.E. : — 

Charles Arnold Kemball, Esq., CLE., Lt.-Col. late 

Indian Army, b. i860; m. 1895, May Antoinette, d. of the 

late Joseph Askew Turner. Res.— Denton Lodge, Harleston, 

Norfolk. 

Alick Gurdon Kemball, Esq., Brig. -General late Indian 

Army, /'■ 1869. 



KEMP, see HITCHIN-KEMP. 



KEMP of Rochdale (H, Coll., 17 July 1913). Argent, 
a chevron engrailed gules between two estoiles in chief 
azure and a rose of the second in base, barbed and 
seeded proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On 
a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect, vested argent, 
cuffed azure, the hand grasping a chaplet vert encircling 
a rose as in the arms. Motto — " Lucem spero." 
Supporters — On either side a ram or, each charged on the 
shoulder with a rose gules slipped and leaved proper. 

Son of George Tawke Kemp, of Beechwood, Roch- 
dale, Lanes., b. 1810 ; d. 1904; m. 1848, Emily 
Lydia, 2nd d. of Henry Kelsall : — 
The Right Hon. Sir George Kemp, 1st Baron Rochdale 
(14 Feb. 1913), Knt. Bach. (1909), D.L., M.P. for 
S.E. Lanes., 1895-6, and for N.W. Manchester 1910-12, 
Lieut.-Col. 32nd Batt. Imperial Yeomanry, 1902, 
Lieut.-Col. cmdg. 6th Batt. Lanes. Fus., 1915, Brig.- 
Gen. E. Lanes, and Manchester Brigades, b. 1866 ; tn. 
1896, Lady Beatrice Mary Egerton, M.B.E., 3rd d. of 
the 3rd Earl of Ellesmere ; and has issue — Hon. 
J. Durival Kemp, b. 1906; Hon. Patience [tn. 1920, 



Lieut.-Col. Christian George Maude, D.S.O., O.B.E., 
M.C., Roy. Fus. ; and has issue] ; Hon. Diana 
Helen [tn. 1928, John Denman Barlow, Esq.]. Seats 
— The Old Hall, Highgate Village, N.6 ; Lingholm, 
Keswick. Clubs — White's, Arthur's, Garrick. 



KEMP of Gissing (H. Coll.) Gules, three garbs 
within a bordure engrailed or. Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a pelican vulning 
herself proper upon a garb or. Motto — " Lucem spero." 
Second son of Rev. Nunn Robert Pretyman Kemp, 
Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 1814 ; d. 1859 ; m. 1841, 
Mary Harriett, d. of Rev. George Hagar : — 
Sir Kenneth Hagar Kemp, 12th Bart. (14 Mar. 
1641-2), C.B.E., of Gissing, Norfolk, J. P., D.L., 
Baxrister-at-Law, b. 1853 ; s. his cousin 1874 ; m. 
1876, Henrietta Mary Eva, d. of Henry Hamilton, 
of Blackrock, co. Leitrim ; and has issue — Robert 
Hamilton Kemp, Esq., Lieut, (ret.) Dragoon Gds., 
and Capt. R.A.S.C, b. 1877 [tn. 1908, Violet Marie, d. of 
the late Capt. Dalrymple-Stewart-Muirhead, R.H.G. ; and 
has issue — 2daus] ; Eva Constance \m. 1927, R. Verstume 
Bunbury, Esq., of Kenya Colony, B.E.A.] ; Margaret 
Hagar [tn. 1912, Lieut.-Col. Charles Jickling, O.B.E. ; 
and has issue] ; Ida Dorothy [tn. 1st, 1901, Robert 
Gwilt (d. 1902), of Stowe Hill, Hartest, Suffolk ; 2nd, 
191 1, Maj. Vincent Gillam ; and has issue]. Seats — 
Mergate Hall, Norwich ; Gissing Hall, Diss, Norfolk. 
R es , — Pentlow, Sheringham. Club — Norfolk County 
(Norwich). 

KEMP of Toronto (H. Coll.). Per fesse wavy gules and 
barry wavy argent and azure, in chief a lion rampant be- 
tween two garbs or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in 
armour fessewise, holding in the hand a broken sword 
proper, pommel and hilt or, between two roses argent, 
barbed and seeded also proper. Motto — "Per ardua 
stabilis esto." 

Son of Robert Kemp, Farmer, of Canada : — 

Hon. Sir Albert Edward Kemp, K.C.M.G. (1917), 
P.C. and Senator of Canada, b. 1858 ; tn. 1st, 1879, 
(d. 1924), d. of John Wilson, of Montreal ; 
2nd, 1925, Virginia, widow of N. Copping ; and has issue 
—Alice [tn. 1st, W. Scott Waldie, of Toronto ; 2nd, 
1922, Lieut.-Col. Norman Perry, D.S.O., Canadian 
Forces] ; Florence [tn. 1908, A. H. Proctor, of Montreal] ; 
Hazel [tn. 1st, 1912, Chattan Stephens, of Montreal ; 2nd, 
1920, Arthur Colville, of Montreal]. Res.— Castle Frank, 
Toronto ; Bobcaygeon, Ontario. Clubs — York, National, 
Albany (Toronto). 

KEMP (H. Coll., 22 Oct. 1923). Gules, on a fesse 
between in chief two garbs or, and in base a rose argent, 
barbed and seeded proper, three cross crosslets sable. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a pelican argent between two garbs or. 

Only surv. son of Rev. Henry William Kemp, Clerk 

in Holy Orders, Vicar of St. John's, Hull, Hon. 

Canon of York, b. 1820 ; d. 1888 ; tn. Ann Maria, 

d. of Thomas Lovell, of Winwick Warren, 

Northants. : — 

Henry Thomas Kemp, Esq., K.C., J.F., l.l.m., 

Recorder of York 191 1-1 7, and of Hull since 191 7, M.A. 

(Camb.), Bencher of the Middle Temple b. 1852 ; tn. 

1887, Jessie, d. of James Melrose, Esq., J.P., of Clifton 

Croft, York. Chambers— 1 Essex Court, Temple E.C. 

Club — Reform. 

KEMP (H. Coll., 20 luly 1771) — Gules, three garbs 
within a bordure engrailed or, charged with eight hurts. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest-On a wreath of the colours, 
upon a mount vert, a falcon with wings elevated, feeding on 
a garb or, and charged on the breast with a hurt. 

Onlv son of Capt. Nathaniel Kemp, of Patcham Place, 

Brighton, b. 1823; d. 1884; tn. 1875, Helen, d. oi 

I. C. Wh'yte Douglas :— . 

\lfred Kemp, Gentleman, b. 1877 ; tn. , Daisy 

Logan, d. 01 James Ingleby Bootes ; and has issue-Joan ; 

and Pauline. Address— 26 Chatsworth Road, Brighton-. 

KFMPTON7(H. Coll.). Azure, on a fesse between 
twSLn? or", three fleurs-de-lys of the field. Mantling 

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azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in 




front of a garb or,a goat passant sable. Motto — " Lahore 

attingam." 

Third son of Charles Henry Kempton, of West Side, 
Clapham Common, b. 1861 ; m. 1884, Alice 
Charlotte, d. of George Rouse, of Wych Street, 
Strand : — 
Arundel Hugh Kempton, Gentleman, Liveryman and 

Freeman, Glovers' Company, City of London, b. 1889 ; 

m. 1915, Bertha Lillian (d. ), d. of Louis Phillippe 

Roekaerts ; and has issue — Bertram Arundel Kempton, 

b. 1920. Res. — " Nona," Nightingale Lane, Clapham 

Common, S.W.i 2. Club — R.A.C. 

JOHN COLE KEMSLEY, Gentleman. Born , 




men 

Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Or, on a 

mount in base vert, a man in armour holding over his 
dexter shoulder a battleaxe, head downwards, proper, a 
chief arched per pale sable and gules, thereon two lions 
passant counter-passant argent. Upon the escutcheon is 
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling vert 
and or : and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, on a 
mount vert, a demi-zebra proper, gorged with a collar 
gemel or, resting the sinister fore-leg on an Esquire's 
helmet also proper. Liverv — Chocolate and gold. Married 
April 23, 1883, Elizabeth Jopling, daughter of John Robert 
Brickon. 

KENDALL (H. Coll., Confd. by Clarenceux, 21 Henry 
VI., 1442-3). Gules, a fesse chequy or and azure between 




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being the eldest son of John Nicholas Kemsley, by Eliza- 
beth Kathleen, his wife, dau. of Patrick Waterman Cole. 



three eagles displayed of the second. Livery (undress) — 
Blue, with red piping. 

Sons of Rev. Henry George Ommanney Kendall, 
M.A., F.S.A. (eld. son of Henry John Broughton 
Kendall, see below), b. 1866; d. 1928; m. 1899, 
Margaret Constance, d. of the late Rev. Canon 
Nunns: — 
Rev. Henry Thomas Anstrey Kendall, B.A. , b. 
Postal add. — Toe H., Shaw Royd, Haliiax. 
Bartholomew John Kendall, Gentleman, b. 
Arthur Christopher Victor Kennall, Gentleman, b. 
Sons of Henry John Broughton Kendall, Gentleman, 
of The H\de, Hatfield, Herts., Consul for Bolivia, 
Director of Union of London and Smith's Bank, b. 
1840 ; d. ; m. 1865, Georgiana Isabella, d. of Col. 

Octavius Ommanney, J. P. : — 
Nevill Kendall, Gentleman, b. 1871. 
Montagu Charles Kendall, Gentleman, b. 1874. 
Guy Kendall, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon. ), Headmaster 
Univ. Coll. School, Hampstead, since 1916, b. 1876 ; m. 
1902, Aria, d. of J. Sampson, of Withington, Manchester, 
and ha issue — 1 son ; 1 dau. Res. — 25 Thurlow Road, 
Hampstead, N.W.3. Club — Authors'. 

KENDALL. Argent, a chevron between three dolphins 
naiant, embowed sable. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion statant guardant 
gules. Motto — " Virtus depressa resurget." 

Eldest son of Osmond Lennox Kendall, Gentleman, 

of Pelyn, b. 1871 ; d. 1916 ; m. 1897, Clair de 

Lancey, d. of Gen. Sir William Williams, K.C.B., of 

Guernsey : — 

Nicholas Kendall, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; m. 1925, 

Frances Mary, d. of James Philip Paull. Estate and 

res. — Pelyn, Lostwithiel, Cornwall. Club — Guards'. 

KENMARE, Earl of, see BROWNE. 



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KENNA ( ). Azure, on a chief engrailed or, three 

garbs of the field, banded argent. Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount 
vert, a ruined castle in flames proper. Motto — "Age quod 
agis." 

Sons of the late James Kenna of Larch Hill, co. 
Meath, and Oakfield, Liverpool, by Julia his wife, d. 
of Patrick Kearney of Ethelstown, co Meath: — 
Paul Aloysius Kenna, Esq., Capt. 21st Hussars, b. 
Post, add.— 
Thomas Joseph Kenna, Gentleman, b. 

KENNARD (H. Coll.). Per chevron gules and azure, 
a chevron engrailed argent between two keys in chief, 
the wards downwards or, and a sword erect in base 
proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a 
wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm in armour proper, 
charged with a buckle gules, grasping in the hand a key 
or in bend, and a broken sword in bend sinister proper. 
Motto — "At spes non fracta." Livery — Dark green and 
gold. 

Son of Lieut. Hugh Coleridge Downing Kennard, 

Grenadier Guards, /'. 1859; d. 1886; m. 1883, Helen, 

only d. of James Wyllie : — 

Sir Coleridge A thur Fitzroy Kennard, 1st Bart. (11 

Feb. 1911), H.M.'sCharged' Affaires, Finland, since 1919,*. 

1885; m. 1st, 1911, Dorothy Katharine (marriage diss. 1918), 

only child of Sir Geo ge Head Ba clay, K.C.M.G. ; and has 

issue — Lawrence Ury Charles Kennard, Esq., b. 1912 ; 

Geo ge Arnold Ford Kennard, Esq., b. 1915; >". 2nd, 

1924, Mary Graham, d. of the late Sir Frederick Orr-Lewis, 

1st Bart, of Montreal. Seat — Fe nhill, Southampton. 

Club — St. James's. 

Sons of Adam Steinmetz Kennard, Esq., J. P., of 

Belmore, Upham, Hants., b. 1833; d. 1915 ; m. 1st, 

1861, Grace Helen (d. 1880), eldest d. of Joseph Hegan 

of Dawpool, co. Chester ; 2nd, 1883, Alice Jane (Pes. — 

11 South Eaton Place, S.W.i), d. of Henry Lomax 

Gaskell of Kiddington Hall, Oxon. : — 

Cecil Waterhouse Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; m. 1890, 

Mary Noel, eldest d. of Capt. Albert W. Money of East 

Liss, Hants., and widow of W. C. Hawker, and has issue 




— Donald Ian Menzies Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1891 
Brian Adam Tormore Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1892 
Patrick Noel Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1893. Res. — 



Henry Gerard Hegan Kennard, Esq., Major and Brev. 
Lt.-Col. 5th D ag < n Guards, b. 1871 ; m. 1895, Nancy, 
d. of Col. R. Peyser, D.S.O. , and has had is>ue — Terence 
Evelyn Kennard, Gentleman, b, 1896 ; killed in action 
1916; Dulce Hazel; and Tenia Doreen. Res. — 

Charles Heywood Kenna d, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; m. 
1898, Hon. Ma y Cleveland, d. of Baron Channing, and has 
issue — Cyil Geo ge Henry Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; 
and Violet Elizabeth G.ace. Res. — 25 Sussex Gardens, 

W.2. 

Edmund Kennard, Gentleman, b. (twin) 1872 ; m. 1st, 
1895, Frances (d. 1924), d. of J. C. Hawkshaw of Holly- 
combe, Sussex ; 2nd, 1926, Mrs. Travers ; and has issue 
— Francis E mund Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1897. Res. — 
5 Vicarage Gate, W.8. 

Vivian George Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1874; m. 1900, 
Mildred, d. of J. C. Hawkshaw of Hollycombe, Sussex, 
and has issue — Roderick Vivian Kenna d, Gentleman, b. 
1901 ; Stephen John Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1904; Noel 
Gerard Kennard, Gemleman, b. 1905 ; and Grace Mildred. 
Res. — Frith, Stalbridge, Dorset. 

John Adam Gaskell Kennard, Esq., Capt. The Rifle 
Bde., b. 1884; m. 1918, Lenore, d. of Janes Montgomery, 
and widow of Cyril Baker. 

Alan Spencer Gaskell Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1886 ; 
m. 1911, Agatha Frances, ygst. d. of Lt.-Col. Thomas 
Alfred Colfox, J. P., D.L. , of Coneygar, Bridport. Seat — 
Sons of ClI. Edmund Hegan Kennard, F.R.G.S., 
M.A. (Oxon ), Capt. late 8th Hussais, Col. Command- 
ing 15th Middlesex Vol. 1870-85, b. 1835; d. 1912 ; m. 
1868, Agnes (d. 1906), d. and coh. of Joseph Hegan, 
Dawpool : — 
Aubeion Claud Hegan Kennard, Esq., Capt. Rifle 
Brigade, Lt.-Col. ( et.), Comd. 1st Batt. Loudon Regt. T.F. 
1916, Mem. L.C.C. 1913-25, b. 1870 ; m. 1st, 1904, Florence 
Joan Ge trude Glynn, d. of John A. Oglande of Nunwell, 
Isle of Wight; 2nd. Anne Claudia Whalley, d. of the late 
Capt. Edward Fort, R.N., and widow of Hon. Kenneth 
Douglas ; and has surv. issue — Denys Ernest Glynn 
Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. — Court Mead, Forest 
Row, Sussex. 

E.nest Coleridge Hegan Kennard, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) 
West Yorks. Regt., b. 1873. Res.— 

Younger son of John Pierse Kennard and Sophia 
Chapman : — 
Rt. Rev. Mgr. Cha les Henry Kennard, Canon of Clifton 
and Domestic Prelate to Pope Pius X., M.A. (Oxon.), b. 
1840. Res. — 93 St. Aldate's, Oxford. 

Son of Howard John Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1829; 
d. ; m. , Elizabeth Franklin [d. 1888) : — 

Robert William Kennard, Esq., D.L. , J. P. Monmouth- 
shire (Sheriff 1888), one of H.M. Lieutenants for the City 
of London, b. 1857; m. 1881, Rose N., d. of R. N. Byass 
of Daylesford, Worcestershire; and has issue — Howard 
John Kennard, Esq., Lieut. R. N., b. 1882 [m. 1910, 
Ethel Frances E. Vavasour, yst. d. of late Frederick Richard 
Vavasour, Wilts, and has issue — Robert William Kennard, 
Gentleman, b. igi2(Res. — Old Parsonage House, Moreton- 
in-Marsh)]. Seat — North Leigh, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts. 
Club — Junior Carlton. 

Son of A thur Challis Kennard, b. 1831 ; d. 1905 ; 

m. 18' 6, Annie Homan, d. of Thomas Homan-Mulock 

of Bellair : — 

Howard William Kennard, Esq., C.M.G., C.V.O., Envoy 

Extra, and Min. Plen. to Jugoslavia since 1925, b. 1878 ; m. 

1908, Harriet, d. of John Norris. of New York ; and has issue 

— 1 son. Seat — Lang;ham House, Rode, nr. Bath. Address 

— British Legation, Belgrade, Jugoslavia. 

Sons of Henry Steinmetz Kennard, Gentleman, b. 

1843; d. IQ02 ; m. 1868, Fiances Cha'lotte Celestine 

(d. 1899), ygst. d. of Charles Robert Spe ling of Har- 

grave, Essex :— 

Rowland Stephen Astley Kennard, Gent'eman, b. 1871 ; 

m. 1896, v, inifred Dagmar. second d. of Lawrence Hey- 

worth, J. P., of Whitefield. Devon; and has issue — Henry 

Rowland Kennard, Gentleman, b. 1900; and Frances Doris. 

Res. — Little Harrow, nr. Christchurch, Hants. Club — 

Junior Ca lton. 

Hyde Henry Astley Kennard, Gentleman, b. 
Res.— 

KENNA WAY of Hyderabad. Argent, a fesse azure, 
between two eagles displayed in chief gules, and in base, 
through an annulet of the third, a slip of olive and 
another of palm, in saltire proper. Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest — An eagle rising proper, from the beak an 



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escutcheon pendent azure, charged with the sun in 
splendour, also proper. Motto — " Ascendam." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir John Henry Kennaway, 3rd 

Bart., P.C., C.B., b. 1837 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1866, 

Frances, d. of Archibald Arbuthnot : — 

Sir John Kennaway, 4th Bart., of Escot, Devon (25 

Feb. 1791), Capt. (ret.) Devon Regt., b. 1879. Seat — 

Escot, Ottery St. Mary, Devon. 

Son of Lt.-Col. Charles William Kennaway (2nd son 

of 2nd Bart.), b. 1843; d. 1922; m. 1876, Evelyn, d. 

of Edward Lennox Boyd, F.S.A., of Folkestone : — 

Charles Noel Kennaway, Esq., Major late R.G.A., b. 

1877 ; m. 1906, Florence, d. of H. S. Poole, of Halifax, 

Nova Scotia, and has issue — Charles Stewart Hamilton 

Kennaway, Gentleman, b. 1914; and Monica Evelyn 

Tindal. Res. — Gieenlaw, Guildford. 

Sons of Rev. Richard Arthur Kennaway (4th son of 

2nd Bart.), Rector of Bramdean, Alresforcl, Hants., b. 

1847 ; d. 1918 ; by 1st wife, m. 1874, Mary Jane, d. 

of Rev. Thomas Boddington, Rector of Badgo: , 

Salop: — 

Gerard Arthur Kennaway, Esq., Capt. Derbyshire Ye< . 

T.F. Res., b. 1876 ; m. 1908', Gladys, d. of Comdr. Cecil B. 

Palmer, late R.N. Res. — Barton House, Exton, Exeter. 

Mark John Kennaway, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; m. 1920, 
Dorothy, d. of Edward Hick of Leeds, and has issue — 
Anne ; Mary Elizabeth ; and Philippa Jane. Res. — Escot 
Estate, Tanjon Malim, F. M.S. 

Leonard Henry Kennaway, Genileman, b. 1882. Res. — 
Liulecote, Hatch End, Middx. 

Richard Harold Kennaway, Esq., late Capt. Devon Regt., 
b. 1887; m. 1925, Agnes Margaret Alder. Res. — Littlecote, 
Hatch End, Middx. 

KENNEDY, see AILSA, Marquess of. 

KENNEDY, see CLARK-KENNEDY and SHAW- 
KENNEDY. 

KENNEDY(U.O., 1836). Sable, on a fesse between three 
esquires' helmets argent, a fox courant proper. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an 
armed arm embowed, holding a branch of oak proper. 
Motto—" Adhasreo virtuti." 

Sons of Sir John Charles Kennedy of Johnstown 
Kennedy, 3rd Bart., J. P. and D.L. co. Dublin, High 
Sheriff co. Waterford 1884, B.A. (Camb. ), Lieut. 
3rd Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, b. 1856; d. 1923 ; m. 
1879, Sydney H. H. Maude, d. of Sir James Macaulay 
Higginson, K.C.B. : — 
Sir John Ralph Bayly Kennedy 4th Bart., of Johnstown 
Kennedy (G.B., 18 July 1856), late Lieut. R.A.,b. 1896. 
Seat— Johnslown Kennedy, Rathcoole, co. Dublin. 
James Edward Kennedy, Esq., b. 1898. 
Son of George Edward de Vere Kennedy, Esq., Lieut. 
5th Lancers, b. 1857; d. 1922; m. 1889, Julia Ellen 
Beatrice, d. of Sir John Craven Garden, 4th Bart. : — 
Derick Edward de Vere Kennedy, Esq., b. 1904 ; m. 1926, 
Phyllis Victoria Levine, d. of the late Gordon Fowler, and 
has issue — George Ronald Derick Kennedy, Gentleman, 
b. 1927. Res. — Durrow House, Kilmacthomas, co. Water- 
ford. 

Son of John Arthur Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1858; 

d. 1913 ; m 1881, Evelyn Maude, d. of H. G. Bromilow 

of Southport, co. Lancaster: — 

Charles Harold Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1884; m. 1909, 

Sybil Gordon, d. of the late Dr. Herbert R. Mead. Res.— 

Butte Ranche, Millarville, Alberta, Canada. 

Sons of Edward Robert Kennedy, Esq., J. P., of 
Barronrath, Straffan, b. i860; d. 1925 ; m. 1905, Doris, 
d. of Edwin Sandys Lumsdaine of Sydney, N.S.W. : — 
John Edward Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1909. Res.— 
Bishopscourt, Straffan, co. Kildare. 
Robert Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1911. 
Percy William Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1914. 
Darby Michael Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1919. 

Son of Robert Kennedy of Baronrath, Esq., J. P., 

H.M. Lieut. co. Kildare, b. 1828; d. 1913 ; m. 1855, 

Alice, d. of Rev. Henry and Lady Emilie Gray : — 

Admiral Francis William Kennedy, C.B. (iet.), b. 1863; 

m. 1898, Amy, d. of Col. H. H. Goodeve, R.A. ; 

and has issue — Francis Henry Kennedy, Esq., Lieut. R.N., 

b. 1900. Res. — Flint Lodge, Southsea. 

KENNEDY of Culzean Park (H. Coll.). Argent, a 
chevron gules, between, in chief two lymr-hads, sails furled, 



and in base a cross crosslet fitch ee sable. Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in 
front of a rising sun, an eaglet's head erased proper, hold- 
ing in the beak a cross crosslet fitch ee sable. Motto — 
" Candor dat viribus alias." 

Son of the late Alexander Kennedy, of Dum- 
barton : — 
Sir Alexander McAusland Kennedy, Knt. Bach. (1921), 
J. P. Renfrew, b. i860 ; m. 1888, Agnes, d. of Alexander 
.Morton, of Alexandria, co. Dumbarton ; and has issue 
— McAusland Alexander Kennedy, Esq., b. 1890; 
John Young Morton Kennedy, Esq., b. 1892 ; Gordon 
Rowan Kennedy, Esq., b. 1901 ; Janctta Norton ; and 
Nancy McAusland [m. 1928, H. J. Leigh Criddle]. Res. — 
Culzean Park, Gosforth, Northumberland. 

KENNEDY of Stone Cross (H. Coll.). Sable, on a 
fesse or between three esquires' helmets proper, an escallop 
of the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath 




of the colours, in front of a dexter cubit arm, holding in 
the hand a sprig of oak fructed proper, two escallops or. 
Motto — " Adhaereo virtuti." 

Eld. son of Myles Kennedy, Esq., of Stone Cross, /•. 

1836; d. 1883; m. i860, Margaret, d. of Alexander 

Hutler Rowley of Greenhays, Lanes. : — 
The late Myles Kennedy, Esq., J. P., D.L., and (1923) 
High Sherift co. Lancaster, b. 1862; d. 1928; in. 1885, 
Ethel Campbell, 3rd d. of the late Joseph Rowley of Dee 
Bank, co. Flint, and had issue — Myles Storr Nigel 
Kennedy, Esq., Capt. 3rd Batt. Border Regt., M.A. 
(Cantab.), Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, served Great 
War 1914-18 (despatches), b. 1889 (Seat — Fair View, 
Ulverston); Col. Wilfred Hugh Burton Rowley Kennedy, 
4th King's Own Royal Lancaster Regt., b. 1893 [m. 
1919, Violet Enid, d. of Herbert E. Wilson cf 
Stainburn, Cumberland, and has issue — Myles Anthony 
Rowley Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1921 (Res. — Fair View, 
Ulverston)] ; Ethel Marguerite [m. 1916, Herbert Gold- 
smith Squiers, and has issue] ; Sybil Guinivere Butler [m. 
1916, Lt.-Col. James William Ogilvy Dalgleish, R.A.F., 
and has issue]. Seat — Stone Cross, Ulverston. 

Son of Wilfred Burton Rowley Kennedy, Col. 4th 

Vol. Batt. R. Lanes. Regt., b. 1803 ; d. 1894; m. 1887, 

Amelie Glanert : — 
Myles Cassilis Kennedy, Esq., Capt. 13th Hussars, b. 
1893; m. 1917, Beryl Maud, d. of R. H. Gosling. Esq. of 
Hawthorn Hill, Berks. , and has issue — Zoe ; and Valerie. 
Res.— 



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Son of Alfred Alexander Kennedy, Esq., C.B. , C.M.G., 
Maj.-Gen. 3rd Hussars, b. 1870; d. 1926; m. 1898, 
Dora Campbell {Res.— 17 Pembridge Gardens, W.2), 
d. of Walter Thomas Rowley of The Grange, Hurst :— 
Rowley Kennedy, Esq., Lieut, (ret.) R.N., b. 1900. 
Res.— 

Yr. sons of Myles Kennedy, Esq., of Stone Cross (see 

above). 

Admiral Theobald Walter Butler Kennedy, C.M.G., 

R.N. (ret.), b. 1871 ; m. 1903, Alice Campbell, d. of Joseph 

Rowley of Dee Bank, Flint. Res.— Sea Court, Clifton 

Road, Southsea. 

Capt. William George Ainslie Kennedy, R.N., b. 1873 ; 
m. 1916, Fedora, d. of Comdr. Harold Gustav Lundh, ot 
Norway, and has issue — Myles Harold William Kennedy, 
Gentleman, b, 1917. Res. — Crouch 1 louse, Penrith. 

KENNEDY (L.O., 1850)— Argent, on a chevron gules 
between three c oss crosslets fitch^e sable, a mullet pierced 
between two lions counter passant or. Mantling gules, 
doubled argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of his liveries, a 
dolphin hauriant proper. Motto — "Vincit vim virtus." 

Eld. son of John Kennedy, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Co. 

Ayr, M.A., b. 1852; d. 1920; m. 1884, Jessie, d. of 

Alexander Reid, Esq. : — 
John Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1886; m. 1921, Grace 
Alison, d. of the late James Alison Steel. Seat— Under- 
wood House, by Kilmarnock, N.B. 

KENNEDY of Bennane and Finnarts(Matric. L.0. 1837 ) 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a chevron gules between three 
cross crosslets fitch£e sable (Kennedy); 2 and 3, azure, 
three fleurs-de-lys or. Mantling gules, doubled argent. 



Kennedy of Elle:slie (Rematric. 16 Aug. 1905). Arms 
as above, all within a bordure gules. Mantling gules, 
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an 




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Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a fleur-de-lys or, issu- 
ing out of two oak-leaves proper. Motto — " Fuimus." 
Supporters -Dexter, a lady attired in the costume of the 
sixteenth century ; sinister, a wyvern, both proper. 

Eld. son of Roland Fergussone Kennedy, Esq., of 

Finnarts, b. 1859 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1888, Flora Glencairn 

Whiteside, d. of Charles G. Shaw of Wellington 

House, Ayr : — 

Charles Fergussone Kennedy, Esq., Lieut. Ayrshire 

Yeo. , b. 1889; m. 1914, Esme' Carmina, d. of Arthur L. 

Virieux of Flinders, Tasmania, and has issue — Roland 

Fergussone Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Gilbert Glencairn 

Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; and Esme Violet Lilian. 

Seat— Finnarts, Ballantrae, co. Ayr. Club — Town and 

County (Ayr). 




eagle with wings extended, preying on the breast of a dove, 
all proper. Motto— " Veritas odium parit." Livery— 
White or light drab, with red facings. 

Eld. son of Andrew Kennedy of New York, b. 1829, 

d. 1915; m. 1855, Mary Jane, d. of David Millar of 

Gills House, co. Derry : — 

William M'Laughlin Kennedy, Esq., J.P. , of Ellershe, 

b. 1857; m. 1884, Jessie, d. of George Richard Meredith ol 

Reeky Point, Geraldine, Canterbury, New Zealand; and 

has issue— Reuel Gilbert Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1885. 

[m. 1921, d. of Hon. James Craigie, J. P., M.L.C., of 

Timaru, N.Z. , and has issue— Roland Craigie Kennedy, 

Gentleman, b. 1922]. Estates— Stratford, and Tahora, 

Taranaki, New Zealand. Res.— Broadway, Stratford, 

New Zealand. Club— Stratford (Stratford, New Zealand). 

KENNEDY-ERSKINE (L.O., 1828). Quarterly, 1 and 
4, grand quarters, quarterly, i. and iiii. argent, a pale sable, 
ii. and iii. gules, a sword in pale argent, pi mmel and hilt or 
(Erskine); 2 and 3, argent, a chevron gules between three 
cross crosslets fitchee sable, all within the royal double 
tressure, flory counterflcry of the second ( Kennedy). Mant- 
ling gules, doubled argent. Crests— 1. upen a wreath of 
the liveries, a griffin's head erased gules, charged with a 
mullet ermine, holding in the beak a sword bendways point 
upwards proper (Erskine) ; 2. upon a wreath of his liveries , 
a dolphin naiant proper (Kennedy). 

Eldest son of Augustus John William Henry Kennedy- 
Erskine, Esq., J. P., b. 1866; d. 1908; m. 1896, Alice 
Marjorie Cunningham, d. of Rev. A. L. R. Fo&te, D.D., 
of Rosehill, co. Forfar: — 
Augustus John Kennedy-Erskine, Gentleman, b. 1900. 
Post, add.— Dun House, Montrose, N.B. 



KENNEDY-CRAUFURD-STUART (rematric. L.O. 
1905). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a fesse chequy azure and 
argent, over all on a bend gules, two cavalry swords in 
saltire proper between as many roses argent (Stuart) ; 2. 
gules, on a fesse ermine between three mullets argent, two 
crescents interlaced of the field (Crawfurd of Ardmillan, 
1630, matric. c. 1672-7) ; 3. argent, a chevron gules be- 



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tween three cross crosslets fitche^e sable (Kennedy, 1630). 
Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his 




liveries, a game hawk hooded and belled proper. Motto— 
" Durum patientia frango." 

Eld. son of Robert Stuart of Ealing, Mic'dx., b. at 

Rye, Sussex, 6 May 1848; d. 1907; ?n. 3. Dec. 1878, 

Margaret Elizabeth, d. of Clifford Craufurd of Baid- 

land and Ardmillan, Ayrshire : — 

Charles Kennedy-Craufurd-Stuart, Esq., C.V.O. (1922), 

C.B.E. (1920), D.S.O. (1915), Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. 10th 

Baluch Regt. (Queen May's Own), Officer R. Order of 

George I. (Greece), Member of the Royal Cc mpany of 

Archers, served in S. African War 1900-1902 (Queen's medal 

with three clasps, and King's medal with two clasps), and 

Great War 1914-19, b. 1879; m. 191 9, Amelia Rumsey, 

d. of Samuel Wheeler of Fairfield, Conn., U.S.A. Res. — 

22 Grimsto ' Gardens, Folkestone. Clubs -Carlton, 

Travellers', United Service, Royal Thames Yacht, New 

(Edinburgh), Bengal (Calcutta). 

KENNEY, see FITZGERALD-KENNEY. 

KENNEY (U.O., 1857). Quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale or 
and azure, a fleur-de-lys between three crescents counter- 
changed (Kenney) ; 2. quarterly, i. and iiii., or, a cross 
engrailed gules ; ii. and iii. , per pale azure and gules, a lion 
rampant or (Hassan) ; 3. argent, on a chevron sable, be- 
tween three columbines azure, stalked vert, a star of six 
points (Hay). Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, a demi-arm, sleeved gules, with a 
white ruffle, holding in the hand atoll of parchment proper. 
Son of Edward Herbert Kenney, Gentleman, b. 1853; 
d. 1928 ; m. 1887, Pauline Even : — 
Edward Herbert Kinney, Gentleman, b. 1891. Res. — 
Son of Rev. Arthur Robert Kenney, b. 1805 ; d. 1884 ; 
m. 1836: — 
Brig. -Gen. Arthur Robert Kenney Herbert (ret.), b. 1840; 
m. , Agnes, d. of Gen. Cleveland, Madras Army ; and 

has with other issue — Arthur Cleveland Herbert Kenney. 



Esq., Major late Northants. Regt., b. 1863 [/«. 1908, Edith 
Harriet, only d. of late Richai d Stanton Evans of Lowndes 
Street, S.W.J. Res.— 

Son of Edward Maxwell Kenney Herbert, Esq., J. P. 

Bucks, late H.M. Chief Inspector of Schools, b. 1845 ; 

d. iqi'6 ; m. 1876, Lady Jane White, d. of the 3rd Earl 

of Bautry : — 
Aubrey Edward Kenney Herbert, Gentleman, b. 1877. 
Res.— 

KENNY (U.O., 12 Oct. 1922). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
argent, on a sal tire purpure, five hearts or (for Kenny) ; 
2 and 3, gules, three dexter arms vambraced proper, 
the fists cl sed (for Armstrong). Mantling purpure and 
argent. Crest On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion 
rampant guardant gules, holding a fleurs-de-lys or. Motto 
— " Veritas semper magna est." 

Yr. son 'f Randal Young Kenny, Esq., M.D. of 

Killeshandra, c . Cavan, and Anna Maria, his wife, 

d. and coh. of William Armstrong of Kilbracken, co. 

Leitrim : — 

Maj.-Gen. William Wallace Kenny, C.B., M.B. (Dub.), 

F.R.C.S.I., A.M.S. (ret.), Hon. Surg, to the King, served 

Afghan War 1879-80, Soudan 1885, S. Africa 1900, and 

Great War 1914-18, Knt. of Grace of the Order of the 

Hospital < f St. Jonn of Jerusalem in England, b. 1854 ; m. 

1882, Catherine Jane Id. 1920), d. of Edward B. Steedman 

of High Ercall Hall, Wellington, Shropshire. Res. — 9 The 

Avenue, Clifton, Yorks. Club — Junior United Service. 

KENT (H. Coll.). Argent, three pallets engrailed 
sable, each charged with a mullet in bend or, on a chief 
gules a lion passant guardant ermine. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion's head 
erased per fesse ermine and argent, the lower part charged 
with three pellets as in the arms. Motto — •" In via 
honoris." 

Son of Jackson Goodenough Kent, M.D. (Edin.), 
of Pelham Lodge, Kingston-on-Thames : — 

Francis Jackson Kent. Esq., Solicitor of the Supreme 
Court of Judicature, b. . Res. — 

KENWORTHY (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
argent, an eagle displayed gules, surmounted by a bend 
vert, thereon three fleurs-de-lys or (for Kenworthy) ; 2. per 
saltire argent and sable, on a chief of the last two plates, 
each charged with a saltire gules (for Leatham). 3. per 
chevron or and gules, in chief two lions passant of the 
last, ard in base a rose argent, barbed and seeded proper 
(for Lund). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — An 
eagle displayed argent, collared gules, holding in either 
claw a fleur-de-lys gold. Motto — " Sans bruit." 

Son of Rev. Joseph Kenworthy, Clerk in Holy 
Orders, b. ; d. 1875; by his 2nd wife, m. 1849, 

Harriet Elizabeth, d. of Capt. William Leatham, of 
Kirkham Abbey, Yorks., by his wife Lucy Lund, 
co-heiress of the Barony of Strabolgi : — 
Rt. Hon. Cuthbert Matthias Kenworthy, 9th Baron 
Strabolgi (1318), b. 1853 ; established his claim to the 
Baronies of Burgh and Cobham 191 2; and to Barony of 
Strabolgi 1914 ; s. as 9th Baron 1916, when the 
abeyance of the Barony was terminated in his favour ; 
m. 1884, Elizabeth Florence, d. of George Cooper, of 
Sacramento, California ; and has issue (1) Hon. Joseph 
Montague Kenworthy, Lieut. -Comdr. R.N. (ret.), M.P. 
Kingston-upon-Hull 1919-26, b. 1886 [m. 1913, Doris 
Whitley, d. of the late Sir Frederick Whitley-Thomson ; 
and has issue — David Montague de Burgh Kenworthy, 
Esq., b. 1914 ; Jonathan Malcolm Atholl Kenworthy, 
Esq., b. 1916 ; Basil Frederick de la Pole Kenworthy, 
Esq., b. 1920 ; Ferelith Rosemary (Res.- — 9 FitzGeorge 
Avenue, W.14. ; Club — Junior Naval and Military)]; 
(2) Rev. the Hon. Cuthbert Reginald Leatham Ken- 
worthy, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 1889 [m. 1913, Amy 
Catherine, d. of the late Frederick Evitt, of Rook Hall, 
Maldon, Essex ; and has issue — Cuthbert Reginald 
Disney Kenworthy, Esq., b. 1914. (Res. — 7 South 
Parade, Wakefield)]. Seat— Crofton Towers, Wakefield. 

JAMES WILLIAM KENYON, Gentleman. Born 
August 13, i860, being the eldest son of the late John 
Walter Kenyon, and Sarah his wife, daughter of the late 
William Carter. Armorial bearings — Sable, on a chevron 
invected or. between two crosses patonce in chief argent and 
a lion sejeant in base of the second, a woolpack of the first ; 
and for the Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a lion 



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sejant proper, holding in the mouth a cross patonce argent, 
and resting the dexter forepaw on a woolpack sable ; with 




the Motto, "Si diligens honorabilis." Livery— Grey or 
black and gold. Postal address— CecWy Hill, Cirencester. 
Club — Boodle's. 

KENSINGTON, Baron, see EDWARDS. 

TYRELL-KENYON (Kenyon, H. Coll. 1656, Vn. 
Lanes. 1664) (R.L., 15 Aug. 1912). 1 and 4 sable, a 
chevron engrailed or, between three crosses flory argent ; 
2 and 3, argent, two chevronels azure, within a bordure 
engrailed gules ( l'yrell). Mantling sable and or. Crests 
— 1. on a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant proper, resting 
the dexter paw on a cross flo y ardent (Kenyon); 2. on a 
wreath of the colours, a boar's head couped and erect 
argent, issuing from the mouth a peacock's tail proper 
(Tyrell). Motto — " Magnanimite'- crucem sustine." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon. 4th Lord 
Kenyon, Knight Grand Cross of the O ders of the 
Dannebrog and of the Crown of Italy, K.C.V.O. , Lord- 
Lieut, of Denbigh, J. P. and D.L. co. Sal p, Lt.-Col. 
Welch Horse, Lord-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria 
1900-1, to King Edward VII 1901-5, and to King 
George V. 1916-19, b. 1864 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1916, Glwadys 
Julia, onb d. of the late Col. Henry Lloyd Howard, 
C.B. of Wygfair, Flints : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon, 5th Lord Kenyon 
and Baron of Gredington (G.B., 9 June 1788), and a 
Baronet (G.B., 28 July 1784) [Supporters — On either side 
a tiger regardant azure, round the nckachain, pendent 
therefrom an escutcheon charged with the arms of Ty ell], 
b. 1917. Seats — Boreham House, Chelmsford, Essex; 
Gredington, Whitchurch, Salop ; Peel Hall, Bolton-le- 
Moors, co. Lancaster. 

Yst. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Lloyd Kenyon, 3rd Baron 
Kenyon, b. 1805; d. 1869; m. 1833, Hon. Georgina 
de Grey (d. 1874), d. of 4th Baron Walsingham : — 
Rev. the Hon. William Trevor Kenyi n, M.A. (Oxon.), 
formerly Rector of Malpas, co. Chester, b. 1847; m. 1st, 
1871, Anne M'Kerrel (d. 1873), d. of Adam Hay-Gordon 
of Avochie ; 2nd, 1877, Lucy Rosamond, d. of Rev. Charles 
Wolley-Dod of Edge Hali, co. Chester; and has surv. 
issue — (1) Gordon Lloyd Trevor Kenym, Esq., B.A., Class 
Tripos (Camb. ), 1896, a Solicitor 1900, b. 1873 [m. 1909, 
Dorothy Charlotte, yr. d. of D. J. Wood, Mus. D. , of The 
Close, Exeter ; and has i sue — Lloyd Gordon Trevor 
Kenyon, Esq., b. 1911 ; and Elizabeth Alis Georgina (Res. 
— The Tree Tops, Ame sham)] ; (2) Randle No th Kenyon, 
Gentleman, b. 1882; (3) Guy Victor Kenyon, Esq., Lt.- 
Comdr. (ret.) R.N. , b. 1887; and Ruth, J.P.Sissex. Res.— 
8 Pevensey Read, St. Leonards-on-Sea. Clubs — Conserva- 
tive (Hastings), East Sussex (St. Leonards). 



Son of John George Kenyon, Esq., of Gillingham Hall, 

Beecles, B.A. (Oxon.), J. P. co. Norfolk, Knight of 

St. Gregory the Great, b. 1843; d. 1914; m. 1871, 

Mary DArcy, d. of late Lord Henry Francis Kerr : — 

Joseph Robert Kenyon, Esq., M.C..B.A. (Oxon.), Barr.- 

at-Law, se ved Great War as Majo.' 3rd Anglian Brig. 

R.F.A., b. 1883. Res.— 8 Cook Street, Live pool. 

Sons of John Robert Kenyon of Pradoe, Esq. , 
D.C.L., Q.C., Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford, 
and Vinerian Professor, Recorder of Oswestry, &c. , b. 
1807 ; d. 1880 ; 7)i. 1846, Ma y Eliza (d. 1903), d. of 
Edwa d Hawkins, F.R. S. : — 
Robert Lloyd Kenyon, Esq., J. P., D.L. , and Dep. 
Chairman (1914-27) of Quarter Sessions and Alderman 
(1887-1928) for co. Salop, Recorder of Oswestry 1896-1927, 
M.A. (Oxon.), (Vinerian Scholar 1872), Bar.-at-Law of the 
Middle Temple, b. 1848 ; m. 1886, Ellen Frances, d. of 
Rt. Rev. William WaLham How, Lord Bi hop (T Wake- 
field. Seat — Pradce, co. Salop. Club — United University. 
Edward Ranulph Kenyon, Esq., C.B., C.M.G., Maj.- 
Gen. late R.E. , Chief Engineer 3rd Army 1916-17, Dep. 
Controller Chemical Warfare 1918, late Chief Engineer 
Mil. Command, Gibraltar, b. 1854 ; m. 1880, Katharine 
Mary M'Crea (d. 1908), d. of Major-Gen. John Cromie 
Blackwood De Butts, R.E. ; and has surv. issue — (1) 
Herbert Edward Kenyon, D.S.O., Maj. R.A., served 
Great War (despatches), Croix de Guerre (France and 
Belgium), b. 1881 [m. 1907, Gwendoline Ethel Graham, d. 
of F. G. Ommanney ; and has issue — Kenneth Herbert 
Kenyon, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Lloyd Dougl.is Kenyon, 
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; John Frederick Kenyon, Gentleman, 
b. 1921 ; and 2 daus.]; Katharine Mary Rose; Ellen 
Blackwood; Winifred Lilian [m. 192 1, Heibert William- 
son, I.C.S.] ; and Frances Margaret \m. 1927, Geoffrey 
Taylor, M. D.]. Res. — Burnell House, Shrewsbury. 

Sons of Eustace Alban Kenyon, Gentleman, Secretary 
for the National Service League for the cos. of Shrop- 
shire and Stafford, Director Indian Telegraph Dept. , 
b. 1859 ; d. 1920; m. 1896, Caroline Ethel Jane, d. of 
Rev. William Cornish Hunt, Rector of Odell, co. 
Beds. : — 
William Patrick Kenyon, Esq., M.C. , Capt. R. Welsh 
Fusiliers, served Great War and Waziristan, b. 1898; m. 
1928, Joan Mary Batchelor. 

Rowland Lloyd Kenyon, Gentleman, b. 1901. Res. — 
Burnell House, Shrewsbury. 

Yngr. sons of John Robert Kenyon of Pradce: — 
Sir Frederic George Kenycn, G.B.E., K.C.B., Director 
and Principal Librarian of the British Museum, M.A. 
(Oxon.), Hon. D. Litt. (Durham and Oxford), Fellow 
of the British Academy, b. 1863; m. 1891, Amy, d. of 
Rowland Hunt of Boreatton Park, co. Salop ; and has issue 
— Kathleen Ma y ; and Nora Gwendolen Margaret. Res. 
— British Mus-um, W.C., and Kirkstead, Godstone, Surrey. 
Club — Athenaeum. 

Rev. Gerald Kenyon, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly Rector ot 
Hordley, b. 1864 ; m. 1923, Hilda Mary,d. of Rev. J. Trott, 
late Vicar of Newb rough. Res. — 3 Cambridge Road, St. 
Marychurch, T rquay. 

Lionel Richard Kenyon, Esq., Maj. -Gen. (ret.) R.A., 
late Director-General of Ordnance in India, b. 1867 ! 
m. 1896, Elizabeth Jane, d. of P. C. Sutherland of Pieter- 
maritzburg, M.D. ; and has issue — (1) Harold Anthony 
Kenyon, Esq., M.C, Capt. R.E., served Great War, and 
Waziristan, b. 1897 [Clubs — United Service, Hurlingham) ; 
(2) Lionel Frederick Robert Kenycn, Gentleman. Lieut. 
R.E. , served Waziristan 1922 23, b. 1900 (Club — United 
Service); (3) Chri topher Edward Kenyon, Gentleman, 
Lieut. K.S L.I., b. 1906. Res.— The Valley House, Strat- 
ford St. Mary, Colchester. Club — United Service. 

Sons of Comm. George Kenyon, R.N., b. 1811 ; d. 

1866 ; m. 1856, Ma y, d. of Robert Usherwood of 

Whitby :— 

Rev. Alfred Ernest LLyd Kenyon, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector 

and Rural Dean of Ludlow, b. 1859. Res.— The Rectory, 

Ludlow, Salop. Club — Shropshire (Shrew- bury). 

Edgar Thomas Kenyon, Gentleman, late Superintend- 
ing Inspector Board of Ag iculture, b. i860 ; m. 1908, Hester 
Marjorie, d. of Sir Phillip Tatton Mainwairing, 4th Bart., 
of Peevor Hall, Knutsford. Res.— Grafton Lodge, 
Mountford Bridge, Shrewsbury. 

Sons of William Kenyon-Slaney ot Hatton, Esq., 
J. P., D.L., b. 1815; d. 1884; m. 1845, Frances 
Catherine (d. 1896), d. and coh. of Robert Aglionby 
Slaney of Hatton : — 
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Son of Charles Robert Kenyon, Gentleman, b. 1845; 

d. 1917; m. 1885, Jessie (d. 1906), d. of Charles Willett 

of Liverpool : — 
Charles Orlando Kenyon, Gentleman, £.1886; m. 1915, 
Marguerite Laura, d. of Alexander Kealman of Santos, 
Brazil, and has issue — 2 daus. Res. — 58 Burnt Ash Hill, 
Lee, S. E. 

Son of Arthur Richard Kenyon, Gentleman, b. 1818 ; 

d. 1888; m. 1859, Augusta Mary Johnstone (d. 1894), 

widow of Capt. George Wilder, R.H.A. , d. of Samuel 

Clogstoun : — 
Arthur Augustus Kenyon, Gentleman, b. 1868; m. 1900, 
Agnes Elizabeth, d. of William Alexander Oliver-Rutherford 
of Edgerston, co. Roxburgh, and has issue — Mary Patricia 
Agnes. Res. — Spring Hill, Douglas, Wyoming, U.S.A. 

KENYON-SLANEY of Hatton Grange (R.L., 23 July 
1862, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a bend between 
three martlets erminois (Slaney) ; 2 and 3, sable, a chevron 
engrailed or, between three crosses flory argent (Kenyon) ; 
Mantling gules and or. Crests— 1. upon a wreath of the 
colours, a griffin's head gules, winged erminois, and gorged 
with a collar gemel or (Slaney) ; 2. upon a wreath of the 
colours, a lion sejant proper, resting the dexter paw on 
a cross flory a~gent (Kenyon). Mottoes — '• Deo duce, 
comte industria " (Slaney); " Magnanimiter crucem 
sustine" (Kenyon). Livery — Blue, with yellow facings. 

Only son of Col. Rt. Hon. William Slaney Kenyon- 
Slaney, P.C., M.P., J. P. D.L., 1st Batt. Grenadier 
Guards, of Hatton Grange, b. 1847; d. 1908; m. 1887, 
Lady Mabel Selina Bridgeman, d. of 3rd Earl of 
Bradford : — 
Robert Orlando Rodolph Kenyon-Slaney, Esq., J. P., 
Capt. Res. of Officers, Gren. Guards, b. 1892 ; m. 1917, 
Lady Mary Cecilia Rhodesia Hamilton, d. of 3rd Duke ot 
Abercorn, and has issue — Robert Ivan Kenyon-Slaney, 
Gentleman, b. 1926; Vivien; and Ursula. Seat — -Hatton 
Grange, Shifnal, co. Salop. Clubs — Guards', Bachelors'. 
Yr. sons of William Kenyon-Slaney of Hatton, Esq., 
J. P., D.L., b. 1815; d. 1884; m. 1845, Frances 
Catherine (d. 1896), d. and cch. of Robert Aglionby 
Slaney of Hatton : — 
Maj.-Gen. Walter Rupert Kenyon-Slaney, Esq., C.B. 
(1911), Maj.-Gen. sometime comdg. 3rd Batt. The Rifle 
Brigade, b. 1851 ; m. 1878, May, d. of H. J. Schooles. 
M.D. ; and has issue — (1) Neville Aglionby Kenyon- 
Slaney, Esq., late Dist. Commissioner E. Africa, served 
Great War, b. 1879 (Res. — Fotra, Hythe, Kent). Res. — 
Old Mill House, Benson, Wallingford. Club — United 
Service. 

Francis Gerald Kenyon-Slaney, Esq., C.B.E., Lt.-Col. 
late Durham L.I., b. 1858 ; m. 1892, Edith Mary Sherwin, 
d. of Major Joseph Holt of Ogbeare, co. Cornwall, and 
Farnborough Grange, co. Hants. Res. — 27 Chapel Street, 
S.W.i. Clubs — Wellington, Junior United Service. 

Son of Percy Robert Kenyon-Slaney, Gentleman, />. 

1861 ; d. 1911 ; m. 1895, Geraldine Ellen Georgina, 

d. of Rev. George Whitmore : — 

Gerald William Kenyon-Slaney, Gentleman, Civil Service. 

Nyasaland. b. 1899; m. 1928, Barbara Nannette, d. of 

Rev. Granville Skipworth. Club — Wellington. 

KEPPEL (H. Coll.). Gules, three escallops argent. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet 
or, a swan's head and neck argent. Motto — " Ne cede 
malis." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir William Coutts Keppel, 7th Earl 

of Albemarle, P.C., K.C.M.G., b. 1832; d. 1894; m. 

18515, Sophia Mary, d. of Hon. Sir Allan Napier 

M'Nab, Bart. :— 
Rt. Hon. Sir Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel, 8th Earl of 
Albemarle, Viscount Bury and Baron Ashford (Eng. , 10 
Feb. 1696), K.C.V.O., C.B., Lord in Waiting to King 
George, 1922-24, V.D., Col. Reserve of Officers and Hon. 
Lt.-Col. in the Army, Hon. Col. 5th Batt. (Militia) 
No folk Regt. , and 2nd Vol. Batt. same Regt., late 
Brig. -Gen. comdg. Norfolk Vol. Inf. Brigade, formerly 
Dorset Militia and late Scots Gds., served S. African War, 
comdg. Inf. Batt. City Imp. Vols., J. P. and D.L. co. 
Norfolk, M. P. for Birkenhead 1892-94 [Supporters — 
Two lions ducally crowned cr], b. 1858; in. 1881, Lady 
Gertrude Lucia, d. of Wilbraham, 1st Earl Egerton ; and 
has had issue — (1) Walter Egerton George Lucian Keppel, 
Esq., M.C. , commonly called Viscount Bury, Major 
Reserve of Officers, Scots Guards, and Lt.-Col. and Brev.- 
Col. 108th Field Bde. R.A. (T.F.), J. P., D.L. Norfolk, 



A.D.C. to Earl Grey 1904-5, to Earl ot Minto 1906, and 
to Sir Hamilton G. Adams, b. 1882 [in. 1909, Lady Judith 
Sydney Myee Wynn (d. 1928), d. of the 1st Marquess of 
Lincolnshire, and has issue — Hon. Derek William Charles 
Keppel, b. 1911; Hon. Walter Arnold Keppel, b. 1914 ; 
Hon. Richard Edward Harry Keppel, b. 1924; Hon. 
Cecilia Elizabeth; and Hon. Cynthia Rosalie (Res. — 24 
Prince's Gardens, S.W.)] ; (2) Hon. Arnold Joost William 
Keppel, served Great War 1914-15 as Flying Officer R.A.F., 
/'. 1884 [in. 1921, Doris Lilian, d. of the late Oliver Carba 
of Burwell, Cambs.] ; (3) Hon. Rupert Oswald Derek 
Keppel, Capt. late Coldstream Guards, b. 1886 [m. 1919, 
Violet Mary (marriage annulled 1921), d. cf Sir Humphrey 
de Trafford, 3rd Bart.]; (4) Hon. Albert Edward George 
Arnold Keppel, for whom H.M. King Edward stood sponsor 
in person, b. 1898 ; killed in action 1917 ; and Lady Elizabeth 
Mary Gertrude [in. 1923, Maj.-Gen. Sir Torquhil George 
Matheson, K.C.B., and has issue]. Seats Quidenham 
Park, Attleborough, co. Norfolk; Eccles Hall, Norfolk. 
Town res. — 7 Cadogan Square, S.W. Clubs — Brooks's, 
Turf, Carlton, Bachelors'. 

Hon. Sir Derek William George Keppel, G.C.V.O., 
CM. G., CLE., V.D., late Lt.-Col. Prince of Wales' Own 
Civil Service Rifles, Equerry-in-Ordinary to H.R. H. the 
Prince of Wales, to Duke of York and Prince of Wale> 
1893-1910, and to King George 1910-1913, Master of 
H.M.'s Household from 1913, is a J. P. cos. London, 
Middlx. , Berks., and Surrey, b. 1863 ; in. 1898, Hon. 
Bridget Louisa Harbord, d. of 5th Baron Suflield ; and 
has surv. issue— Anne ; and Victoria Winifred. Res. — 
Ambassadors' Court, St. James's Palace, S.W. Clubs — 
Turf, Marlborough. 

Hon. George Keppel, M.V.O., Lt.-Col. Reserve of 
Officers, formerly Lieut. Gordon Highlanders, Capt. Norfolk 
R.F.A., and Major R. Fus., served Great War 1915-16, 
b. 1865 ; m. 1891 , Alice Frederica, d. of Admiral Sir William 
Edmonstone, 4th Bart., C.B. ; and has issue — Violet [tit. 

1919, Major Denys Trefusis] ; and Sonia Rosemary [m. 

1920, Hon. Roland Cubitt, and has issue]. Res. — Villa 
dell' Ombrellino, Bellosgards, Florence, Italy. Club — 
Marlborough. 

Son of Admiral of the Fleet Hon. Sir Henry Keppel, 

G.C.B., b. 1809; d. 1904; in. 1861, Jane Elizabeth 

(d. 1895), d. of Martin J. West :— 
Sir Colin Richard Keppel, K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O., C.B., 
D.S.O., Admiral (ret.), Rear-Adm. in Atlantic Fleet 
1909, Sergeant-at-Arms in House of Commons 19 15, 
Extra-Equerry to King George since 191 5, has the 
first class of 0»der of St. Stanislas of Russia, and 2nd 
Class of Order of Red Eagle of Prussia, b. 1862 ; m. 1889, 
Henrietta Mary, sometime a Lady-in- Waiting to H.R. H. 
the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, d. of Major-Gen. 
Richard Blundell-Hollinshead-Blundell ; and has issue — 
Marie Henrietta Margaret [in. 1918, Viscount Marsham] ; 
and Melita Agnes Marie [m. 1920, Maurice Robert Hely- 
Hutchmson, M.C.]. Res. — Speaker's Court, Palace of 
Westminster , Grove Lodge, Bracknell, Berks. 

Son of the Rev. Ellice Keppel (son of Rev. the Hon. 

Thomas Robert Keppel — see below), b. 1841 ; d. 1883 ; 

m. 1871, Alice Lydia, d. of Rev. J. G. Fardell of 

Banham : — 
Rev. Derek Harold Ellice Keppel, B.D. (Oxon.), for- 
merly Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Leicester, Rector 
of Tooting from 1914, b. 1875 ! m - i9°8, Dora, d. of the 
late Rev. A. H. Knott, Vicar of St. Peter's, Dulwich 
Common ; and has issue— Oswald Francis Arnold Keppel, 
Gentleman, b. 1910. Res. — Rectory, Tooting, S.W. 

Yr. sons of Rev. the Hon. Thomas Robert Keppel (son 

of 4th Earl), b. 1811 ; d. 1863; in. 1833, Frances, d. 

of Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, 1st Bart. : — 
Rev. George Keppel, formerly Rector of Intwood-with- 
Keswick, b. 1846 ; m. 1874, Alice Le Neve, d. of Rev. 
Richard Hart, Vicar of Catton ; and has issue — Gertrude 
Frances. Res. — Shamrock, Sheringham, Norwich. 

Henry Keppel, Esq,, late Capt. 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt., 
/'. 1848; in. 1874, Alicia Menella (d. 1892), d. of Sir 
Robert John Harvey, 1st Bart. ; and has issue — Mabel 
Alicia ; and Augusta Vera [in. 1912, Alfred Morland Jee of 
Colkirk House, Norfolk; and has issue]. Res. — Litcham, 
Swaffham. 

Thomas Keppel, Esq., Major, b. 1853; m. 1876, Ida, 
d. of Sir Robert John Harvey, 1st Bart. ; and has surv. 
issue — (1) Thomas Robert Harvey Keppel, Esq., Major late 
Indian Army, b. 1881 ; Ida Frances Augusta; and Neva 
Margaret Julia. Res. — Scole House, Norfolk. 

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Charlotte Elizabeth Eleanor, d. of 17th Lord 

Saltoun : — 
Bertram William Arnold Keppel, Esq. , Major late T.F. 
Res., formerly Noifolk Imp. Yeo. , b. 1876; m. 1898, Hon. 
Alice Evelyn Agatha Hanbury Tracy, d. of 4th Baron 
Sudeley ; and has issue — William Bertram Arnold Joo:t 
Keppel, Gentleman, £. 1909 : Marguerita ; and Judith Iris 
[m. 1922, Major Robert Hanburv Bru lenell-Bruce, D.S.O. , 
and has issue]. Seat — Weston Old Hall, Norwich. Club — 
Bachelors'. 

Yr. son of Rev. William Arnold Walpole Keppel of 

Lexham Hali, b. 1804; d. 1888; m. 1830, Frances 

Georgi na Sophia (d. 1883), d. of Robert Marsham of 

Stratton Strawless : — 
Edward George Keppel, Esq., M.V.O. , J. P., one of 
H.M.'s Hen. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, formerly Major 
Highland L.I. and Manchester Regt., and Lt.-Col. and 
Hon. Col. 3rd Vol. Batt. Norfolk Regt., b. 1847 ; m. 1875, 
Mary Cecilia Georgiana (d. 1908), d. of Major George 
King; and has surv. issue — (1) Frederick George Keppel, 
Gentleman, late Lieut. Norfolk Regt., served Great War, b. 
1878 (Club— Army and Navy) ; (2) Arnold Ramsay Keppel, 
Esq., Lt.-Col. K.'O.Y.L. I., served Great War, b. 1879 [m. 
1922, Laura Margaret, d. of Hughes Martin ; and has 
issue j daus. (Res. — 319 St. James's Court, Buckingham 
Ga», , S.W. Club— United Service)]; and Evelyn Maud 
[m. 1911, $■ '■> Earl of Lichfield]. Res. — Sprowston Grange, 
Norwich. Ciub — Army and Navy. 



KER, see CLAY-KER-SEYMER. 

KER (L.O., 1672, 1692, and rematric. 25 March 1912). 
Gules, on a chevron invected argent, three mullets of the 
field, and in base a stag's head erased or, powdered with 
goutes-de-sang, all within a bordure invected of the second , 
charged with a crescent of the first for difference. Mant- 
ling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his 
liveries, a dexter hand holding a dagger erect all proper. 
Motto — " Avant sans peur." 

Eldest son of The Hon. Sir Arthur Milford Ker, Knt. 
Bach., CLE., M.V.O., Knt. of Grace Order of the 
Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, Member of Punjab 
Legislative Council, b. 1853 ; d. 1915 ; m. 188 1, 
Constance (d. 1928), d. of late Peter Mitchell, CLE. :— 
The late Arthur Milford Ker, Esq., Capt. Gordon 
ighlanders, b. 1882 ; killed in action 1914. 

KER, formerly of Heswall, co. Chester (H. Coll.) - 
Gules, on a chevron between two mullets in chief and a 
stag's head caboshed in base cr, three crescents of the field. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a sun in splendour or, a stag's head 
erased proper. Motto — " Sero sed serio." 

Son of Alan Ker, Esq., J. P., of Claughton, Cheshire, 
b. 1821 ; d. 1880; m. 1851, Julia Emily, d. of John 
Easton, M.D. : — 
Alfred George Ker, Esq., J. P., b. 1861 ; m. 1891, 
Margaret Edith, d. of Robert Murray of Glasgow; and 
has issue— (1) Alan Murray Ker, Esq., Major The Loyal 
Regt. (ret.), b. 1802 [m. 1925, Mabel Elaine, eld. d. of H. 
E. Whitaker, Esq,, J. P., of Ludford Park, Shropshire; 
and has issue — Neil Alan Henry Ker, Gentleman, b. 
1926]; (2) Ian Murray Ker, Gentleman, Lieut. K.O.S. 
Borderers, b. 1900 ; and Margaret Edith Murray [m. Capt. 
N. Collins, The Loyal Regt., and has issue]. Res. — 
Leintwardine House, Leintwardine, Bucknell, Shropshire. 
Only son of Claud Buchanan Ker, Gentleman, M.D. , 
Supt. Edinburgh City Hospital, b. 1867; d. 1925 ; m. 
1905, Katherine Malcclm, d. of Dr. Alexander Thorn, 
M.D., of Edinburgh : — 
Frank Leighton Ker, Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — 

Son of Charles Buchanan Ker, Gentleman, of Royal 
Park, Clifton, b. 1826 ; d. 1899 ; by 1st wife, m. 1856, 
Alicia, d. of William Noble, of Cooltrain, co. Ferm- 
anagh : — 
Charles Arthur Ker, Esq., C.B. (1926), C.M.G. (1916), 
C.B.E. (1919I, D.S.O. (1900), Major-Gen., has Grand 
Cross of the Orders of Avis and Christo (Portugal), 
b. 1875 ; m. 1906, Blanche, 2nd d. of Charles Bewes, 
Gentleman, of Gnaton Hall, Devon, and has issue — Alan 
Charles Bewes Ker, Gentleman, b. 1907; and Mary Blanche. 
Res.— Weydown House, Haslemere, Surrey. Club — Junior 
United Service. 



KER of Victoria, Vancouver (L.O., 17 April 1914). 
Gules, on a chevron invected argent, three mullets of the 
field, and in base a stag's head erased or, gutt6e-de-sang, 
all within a bordure invected of the second, charged with 
three mullets of the field for difference. Mantling gules, 
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a 
dexter hand, holding a dagger erect all proper. Motto — 
" Avant sans peur." 

Eldest son of Robert Ker, Auditor-General of Colony 
of British Columbia, b. ; d. ; m. , Jessie 

Russell, d. of : — 

David Russell Ker, Gentleman. Res. — Victoria, Van- 
couver Island, Canada. 

KER (L.O., 11 April 1910). Vert, on a chevron between 
two unicorns' heads erased argent, crined and horned or, 
in chief and a mascle of the second in base, three mullet-* 




gules. Mantling vert, doubled argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of his liveries, a unicorn's head erased argent, 
crined and horned or. Motto — " Occultus non extinctus. 

Sixth and only surv. son of Robert Ker of Glasgow, /'. 

1815 ; d. 1884 ; 7>i. 1841, Margery, d. of James Smith 

of Glasgow: — 
William David Ker, Gentleman, b. 1859. Res. — 2 Wood- 
lands Terrace, Glasgow. Club — Conservative (Glasgow). 

KERBY (H. Coll.). Argent, a lymphad sails furled 
gules, in chief two cross crosslets sable, over all a fesse 
of the third charged with three bezants. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon 
a fish wheel proper, a heron wings addorsed also proper. 
Son of : — 

Clement Carlyon Kerby, Gentleman, M.D. (Camb.), 
M.R.C.S., b. . Res. — -Malabar, Truro, Cornwall. 

KERR, see SCOTT-KERR. 

KERR (L.O., matric. 10 March 1913). Gules, on a 
chevron argent, three mullets of the field, in the chief point 
a mullet of the second for difference. Mantling gules, 
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a 
stag's head erased proper. Motto — " Forward in the name 
of God." 

Eld. and 4th s^ns of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Walter 
Talbot Kerr, G.C.B., Knt. Grand Cross of the Order 
of Charles III. of Spain, of Melbourne Hall, Derby, 
b. 1839 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1873, Lady Amabel Cowper (d. 
1906), ygst. d. of George Augustus Frederick, 6th 
Earl Cowper : — 
Rev. Ralph Francis Kerr, B.A. (Oxon.), Superior of 



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Brompton Oratory since 1925, b. 1874. Address — The 
Oratory, Brompton Road, S.W. 

Philip Walter Kerr, Esq. [Arms as above, but (matric. 
L.O.) a bordure of the second], F.S.A., B.A. (Camb.), 
Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms since 1929, late Capt. 
R.A. (S.R.), b. 1886. Res.— G.een Hill, Hertford. Clubs 
— Travellers', Roy. Automobile. 

KERR (L.O., 1880). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, on a 
chevron cottised argent, three mullets of the first (Kerr); 
2 and 3, argent, on a saltire azure, between four boars' 
heads erased gules, five mullets of the first, a canton of the 
third, guttee-d eau, thereon a lion rampant double-queued of 
the field (Malcolm, L.O.). Mantling gules, doubled argent. 
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a mullet argent ; and 
on an escroll above this Motto, " Praise God." 

Eld. surv. son of Robert Malcolm Kerr, Esq., LL. D. 
Barrister-at-Law, J. P., D.L. , Comr. of Lieut, for City 
of London, formerly Judge of the City of London 
Court, and one of the Corns, of the Central Criminal 
Court, b. 1821 ; in. 1848, Maria S. L., d. of late Charles 
Knight, Publisher in London : — 
Robert Malcom Napier Kerr, Gentleman, Barr.-at-Law, 
b. 1857. Chambers — 

KERR of Hythe(H. Coll.). Quarterly, azure and gules, 
a chevron ermine between in chief two mullets and in base 
a sun in splendour or, upon an escutcheon of pretence the 
rams of Goodwin, namely, argent, two bars potent counter- 
potent sable between five martlets in cross gules. Mantling 




azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of a sun as in the arms, two scimitars saltirewise, points 
upward, pommelled and hiked gules. Motto— "Sero sed 
serio." Livery — Dark blue, gilt buttons. 

Son of William Mitchell Kerr, Esq., of Terlings Park, 

Gilston, Herts., sometime Lt.-Col. St. James's Regt. 

of Foot, Jamaica Militia, b. 1789 ; d. 1862 ; m. 1837, 

Eleanor (d. 1899), only d. of Richard Aynsworth of 

Clonmahery, Strangford, co. Down, Ireland: — 

William James Kerr, Gentleman, formerly Ensign 79th 

Regt. (Cameron Highlanders), present at siege and capture 

of Lucknow and the battle of Bareilly, b. 1838; m. 1861, 

Ann. only child and heiress of George Goodwin of Harlow, 

Essex; and has surv. issue— (1) Rev. William Goodwin 

Kerr, M.A., Pemb. Coll. Camb., Vicar of St. Paul's, Truro, 

b. 1862 [m. 1888, Ethel Caroline Lindsey, d. of Charles Lind- 

sey Page of Westbourne Park and of Oporto ; and has issue 

—George Goodwin Arnold Kerr, Gentleman, b. 1889; Effie 

Theodora Eleanor; and Ida Kathleen {Res. — St. Paul's 

Vicaage, Truro, Cornwall)] ; (2) Herbert Kerr, Gentleman 

b. 1867. Res.— 

KERR (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, the sun 
in splendour proper ; 2 and 3, per fesse gules and vert, 
on a chevron argent, three mullets of the first between 



in chief three mascles or and in base a unicorn's head 
erased argent. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, the sun in splendour proper. 

Sons of John Macgregor Kerr, Esq., Col. 3rd Regt. 

Madras Cavalry, b. 1839 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1879, 

Janetta Margaret, eld. d. of John Mellis Nairne, of 

Dunsinnan, co. Perth : — 
Alexander Nairne Kerr, Esq., M.C., Lt.-Col. 17th 
Dogras, b. 1882 ; m. 1922, Eva Theresa, only d. of 
Francis Herman Milford Wayne, O.B.E., and has issue — 
John Kinloch Kerr, Gentleman, b. 1924. 

Loraine Macgregor Kerr, Esq., M.C., Capt. W. Yorks. 
Regt., b. 1893 ; m. 1922, Ellen Beatrice, d. of Sir Charles 
John Oakeley, Bart., of Frittenden, Staplehurst, Kent, 
and has issue — Anne Oakeley. 

Evan Sinclair Kerr, Esq., Capt. W. Kent Regt, b. 
1894 ; 7/i. 1925, Marian, eld. d. of Canon Sopwith, Vicar 
of Maidstone ; and has issue — Janetta Marian. 

KERR (L.O. , 1806). Gules, on a chevron embattled, 
between a fleur-de-lys in chief and a martlet in base argent, 
three mullets of the field. Mantling gules, doubled argent. 




Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a stag's head 
erased or. Motto— " Deus solamen." Livery — White and 
scarlet. 

Eld. son of Russell J anifs Kerr, Esq., J. P.. Chairman of 

Quarter Sessions, Barr.-at-Law, Vice-Chairman County 

Council, and a Verderer of H.M. Forest of Dean, 

b. 1832; d. 1910 ; »i. i860, Ro=a Marv Anne, eldest d. 

of George R. Griffiths of Castle Hill, Englefield Green, 

Surrey : — 

Russell James Kerr, Esq., J. P., D.L. , Verderer cf H.M. 's 

Forest of Dean, Chairman C.C. co. Gloucester since 1920, 

Deputy Chairman Glos. Qr. Sessions, Lord of the Manors 

of Newnham and Ruddle, Barr.-at-Law (Inner Temple), 

Lt.-Col. (ret.) 3rd Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., b. 1863; 

m. 1888, Miriam Matilda, eldest d. of J. R. Pine-Coffin of 

Portledge, North Devon ; and has had issue — (1) William 

John Kerr. Lieur. Scottish Rifles, b. 1890; d. of wounds 

received in action 1915 ; (2) Ralph Kerr, Esq., Comdr. 

R.N., b. 1891 [m. 1920, Margaret Currey, and has issue — 

Russell Charles Kerr, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; and Jane]; 

Helen Marv \ni. 1913, Robert Millington Holden] ; Miriam 

Joan ; and Elizabeth Cicely. Seat— The Haie, Newnham- 

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KERR (L.O.). Vert, on a chevron argent, between three 
maple-ieaves slipped or, as many mullets gules. Mant- 
ling vert, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, 
a stag's head erased vert. Motto — " Bon i bel assiz." 
Son of : — 

Stanley Chandos Staveley Kerr, Gentleman, Bai rister-at- 
Law, b. . Res. — Osgood Hall, Toronto, Canada. 

BEAUCHAMP ALBERT THOMAS KERR- 
PEARSE, Esq., M.V.O., Major (ret.) Rifle Brigade, Private 
Secretary to the Governor of West Australia. Born 1871, 
being the eldest son of the Rev. Beauchamp Kerr Warren 
Kerr-Pearse, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. University Coll., 
Oxford, who assumed by Royal Licence the additional sur- 
name of Kerr in 1889, by his wife Geraldine Henrietta, third 
dau. of Richard Samuel Guinness, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 
sometime M. P. , of Deepwell, co. Dublin. Armorial bear- 
ings—Quarterly, 1 and 4, quarterly i. and iiii., azure, the 
sun in his splendour proper (for Pearse) ; 2 and 3, ii. and iii. , 
gules, on a chevron argent, three mullets of the field, all 
within a bordure quarterly argent and or (for Kerr). Mant- 
ling azure and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, 
a dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand grasping a 
tilting-spear in bend sinister all proper, between two estoiles 
gules (for Pearse) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, the sun in 
his splendour proper (for Kerr). Mottoes — " Cadente por- 
rigo dextram," and " Sero sed serio." Married 1909, 
Lily, d. of the late Capt. Cecil George Assheton Drummond, 
of Enderby Hall, Leics. ; and has Issue — Rupert Miles 
Beauchamp Kerr-Pearse, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Eliza- 
beth Alice Durbtra. Address — Government House, Perth, 
W. Australia. Club — Army and Navy. 

KERRICH-WALKER (R.L., 1877, H. Coll.). Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, argent, a fesse embattled counter-embattled, 
with plain cottises sable, in chief a quatrefoil between two 
crescents, and in base a crescent between two quatrefoils 
gules (Walker) ; 2 and 3, sable, on a pile argent, between two 
galtraps or, a galtrap of the field (Kerrich). Mantling 
sable and argent. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, 
in front of a greyhound's head couped argent, gorged with a 
collar gemel sable, a crescent gules (Walker) ; 2. upon a 
wreath of the colours, in front of two spears in saltire 
proper, a galtrap or (Kerrich). Motto — " Faire sans dire." 
Sons of Henry Walker Kerrich-Walker, Esq., J. P., 
b. 1832; d. 1909; m. 1864, Isabella (d. 1899), d. of 
G. Reid of London : — 
Edward Henry Walker, Gentleman, b. 1864. Seat — 
Denton Bank, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

William B. Kerrich-Walker, Gentleman, b. 1867. Seat — 
Belgrave, Coxhoe, co. Durham, 

KERSEY (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pile between two 
roses gules, barbed and seeded proper, a boar's head 
couped of the field. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 




On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, between 
two branches of cinquefoils, a boar's head as in the arms. 
Motto — " Peractus conamine." 



Son of Robert Kersey, Gentleman, b. 1818 ; d. 1904 ; 

m. 1st, 1837, Caroline Charlotte, ygst. d. of late 

Richard Osborn : — 
Alexander Henry Kersey, Gentleman, b. 1850 ; m. 1887, 
Alice, d. of Thomas James Steel ; and has issue — Robert 
Hogarth Kersey, Gentleman ; Kathleen ; and Eileen. Res. 
—54 Argyll Road, W.8. 

EDMUND WILLIAM KERSHAW, Gentleman. Born 

, being the son of the late Edward Newman Kershaw 

of Heskin Hall, Eccleston, Lanes. Armorial bearings— 
Per fesse indented argent and sable, a pale counterchanged, 
three cross crosslets of the last, a chief azure, thereon as 
many bezants. Mantling sable and argent. Crest On a 
wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, in front of two 
trunks of trees erect, sprouting from the sinister, a pheasant 
proper, holding in the beak two ears of wheat slipped or. 
Motto — "Fide semper Deo." Residence — 10 Hanover 
Square, London, W. 

KETTLEWELL. Or, three bulls' heads caboshed in 
bend, between two bendlets inverted sab e, a cross pat6e 
in the sinister chief point, also sable. Mantling sable and 
or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
demi-bull sable, gorged with a collar and line reflexed 
over the back, holding between the legs a cinquefoil, three 
crosses patee fessew ise all or. 

Sons of William Wildman Kettlewell, Esq. , of Harptree 
Court, East Harptree, Somerset. J. P. (High Sheriff 
1891) Somerset. M.A. (Oxford), b. 1844; d. 1916 ; m. 
1875, Florence B.dfour, ygst. d. of Wybrants Olphert, 
E'-q., D.L., of Ballyconnell House, Falcarragh, in the 
co. of Donegal : — 
Henry Wildman Kettlewell, Esq., Lt. -Col. (ret.) Shrop- 
shire L. I., served in S. Africa (wounded), b. 1876; m. 1903, 
Sheila Gladys, d. of James Noel Miiller For.syth, D. L. ; 
and has issue — Jasper Wildman Kettlewell, Gentleman, 
b. 1905; William James W r ildman Ketilewell, Gentleman, 
b. 1908 ; Henry Noel William Wildm <n Kettlewell, Gentle- 
man, b. 1911 ; Alison Mary; Florence R semary ; and 
another dau. Res. — Dibdrn House, nr. Hythe, South- 
ampton. 

William Robert Wildman Kettlewell, Esq., Capt. (ret.) 
R.N. , b. 1877 ; m. 1913, Margaret, only d. of T. A. Walsh 
of Adrivale, Kilmaliock. Res.~ Westhall Hill, Burford, 
Oxford. 

George Wildman Kettlewell, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; m. 
1906, Mildred Frances, third d. of late Rev. T. Atkinson ; 
and has issue — John Robert Wildman Kettlewell, Gentle- 
man, b. 1908; Richard Wildman Kettlewell, Gentleman, 
b. 1910; George Victor Wildman Kettlewell, Gentleman, 
b. 1916 ; and Marion Mildred. 

KEY (H. Coll., 1831). Per chevron dovetail ermine and 
gules, three keys erect, the wards upwards and to the sinister 
or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of 
the colours, a mount vert, thereon a hnrt lodged full-faced 
proper, charged on the br dy with three mullets fessewise 
sable. Motto — "In Domino confido." 

Son of Sir Kingsmill Grove Key, 2nd Bart., of Thorn- 
bury, Glos., b. 1815 ; d. 1899; by his 3rd wife, m. 
1862, Mary Ann, widow of Rev. Arthur Tidman, M.A. , 
and d. of James Kershaw, M.P. : — 
Sir Kingsmill James Key, 4th Bart. (17 Aug. 1831), B.A. 
(Oxon.), b. 1864; s. his half-brother 1926 ; m. 1888, Helen, 
d. of William Abercrombie of Brooklands, Cheshire ; and has 
issue — Violet Esme' Kingsmill. Res. — Wittersham, Kent. 

KEYES (U.O., H. Coll.). Per chevron gules and 
sable, three keys or, the wards of the two in chief facing 
each other, and of the one in base to the sinister, on a 
canton argent, a lion rampant of the first. Mantling 
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an 
open hand couped at the wrist proper, holding between 
the forefinger and thumb a key or. Motto — " Virtute 
adepta." 

Sons of Gen. Sir Charles Keyes, G.C.B., b. 1820 ; 
d. 1896 ; m. 1872, Katherine, d. of James Norman:- — 

Vice-Adm. Sir Roger John Brownlow Keves, 1st Bt. 
(1919), K.C.B. (1918), K.C.V.O. (1918), C.M.G. (1916), 
D.S.O. (1916), Hon. LL.D. (Camb., Aberdeen and 
St. Andrew's), D.C.L. (Oxon.), Acting Adm. C.-in-C. 
Mediterranean Fleet 1925-8, is Grand Officer Legion 
of Honour, Croix de Guerre (France and Belgium). 
D.S.M. (America), G.C. Order of Leopold (Belgium), 



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Supporters — On the dexter, a sailor of the 
R.N. in blue working rig proper, supporting in the 
exterior hand a staff argent, ensigned with a naval 
crown or, and flying the banner of St. George, also 
proper ; on the sinister, a Royal Marine in field service 
dress, armed and equipped for trench raiding, all proper], 
b. 1872 ; tn. 1906, Eva Mary, d. of the late Salvia Bowlby, 
Esq. , D.L., of Gilston Park, Herts.; and has issue — Geoffrey 
Charles Tasker Keyes, Esq., b. igiy. Roger George 
Bowlby Keyes, Esq., b. 1919 ; Diana Margaret ; Kathe- 
rine Elizabeth ; Elizabeth Mary. Clubs — Naval and 
Military, Marlborough. 

Lt.-Coi. Terence Humphrey Keyes, C.S.I. (1928), 
C.M.G. (1919), CLE. (1917), F.R.G.S..F.R.Z.S., British 
Envoy at Court of Nepal, has Orders of Vladimir, St. 
Anne, and St. Stanislaus of Russia, Order of the Crown 
(Rumania) 3rd class, b. 1877; tn. 1909, Edith Beatrice, 
d. of Lt.-Gen. C. McMahon, F.R.S. ; and has issue — 
Roger McMahon Keyes, Gentleman, b. 1910; Patrick 
Terence Keyes, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Michael Patton 
Keyes, Gentleman, b. 192 1 ; Rosemary; and Lavender 
Phyllis. Address — Freezeland Farm, Lunsford Cross, 
nr. Bexhill-on-Sea; The Legation, Kathmander. Club — 
Savile. 

KEYWORTH (H. Coll.). Argent, a bend gules, 
surmounted by a bendlet or, between, in the sinister 
chief, three arrows palewise, heads upward, and in dexter 
base a windmill sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in chain armour 
sable, the hand grasping a mace proper. Motto — " Vi 
defendum ars protectum." 

Son of John Kirk Keyworth, Gentleman, of Green, 
Bishop's Teignton : — 
John Walter Keyworth, Col. (ret.), b. . Res. — 

Green, Bishop's Teignton, Devon. 

Sons of Thomas Michael Keyworth, Gentleman, r of 
Cottesford Place, Lines. : — 
? Sons. 

ARCHIBALD WILLIAM LYLE KIDD, Gentleman, 
Born January 18, 1871. being the only son of Archibald 
Napier Kidd, Doctor of Medicine, Bachelor of Arts of the 
University of Dublin , by his wife Laura Isabella, d. of Andrew 
Lyle. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Argent, 
a tree eradicated vert, pendent from the branches a bugle- 
horn or, stringed gules, on a chief engrailed azure a rose 
between two mullets of the field ; and for his Crest, upon 
a wreath of the colours, an increscent argent, charged with 
a rose gules; with the Motto, "Donee impleat orbem." 
A ddress — 

KIDSTON (L.O., 1871). Sable, three salmon hauriant 
in fesse proper, on a chief or, three goats' heads erased of 
the first within a bordure argent. Mantling gules, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a unicorn's 
head erased argent. Motto—" Pro rege et lege." 

Son of Archibald Glen Kidston, Esq., Capt. 3rd Batt. 
"Black Watch," b. 1871 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1898, Helene, 
d. of Spencer Chapman : — 
George Pearson Glen Kidston, Esq., Lieut. R.N., 
b. 1899. Res.— 65 Eaton Square, S.W. 



KILBURN (L.O., 1909). Sable, a chevron between 
three cak-leaves or (impaling per ben i sinister embattled 
argent and sable). Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest- 
On a wreath of his liveries, a < exter hand ct uped at the 



KIERZKOWSKI-STEUART, 
KOWSKI-STEUART. 



see DE KIERZ 



KIGGELL of Cahara (U.O.). Ermine, three lynxes 
passant in pale gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest 
— -On a wreath of the cole u s, a boars' head erased gules 
transfixed by a spear fessways, the point protiuding from 
the mouth or. Motto — " Fortis et constans." 

Son of Lancelot John Kiggell, Esq., J. P. cos. Limerick, 

Cork, and Kerry, Major S. Cork Lt. Inf. Mil., b. 

1829; d. 1911 ; m. 1858, Meliora Emily, d. of Edward 

Brown of Wilton House, Ballingarry, co. Limerick: — 

Lieut. -Gen. Sir Launcelot Edward Kiggell, K.C.B., 

K.C.M.G.,/'. 1862; m. 1888, Eleanor Rose, d. of late Col. 

Spencer Field, 2nd Roy. Warwickshire Regt. ; and has 

issue— (1) Launcelot Spencer Kiggell, Esq., Capt. late 

R.F.C.,b. 1890; (2) John Kiggell, Esq., M.C., Major (ret.) 

R.E., b. 1894; (3) Arundel William Kiggell, Esq., Lieut. 

R.E.,<5. 1903. Seat — Cloheen, Fleet, Hants. 

KILBRACKEN, Baron, see GODLEY. 




wrist holding a broken sword in bend sinister proper, 
hilted and pommelled or. Motto — " Usque ad finem." 
Eld. son of John Kilburn, b. ; d. ; tn. , 

Janet, d. of William Dawson : — 
John Dawson Kilburn, Gentleman, b. . J?es.- — 

KILLANIN, Baron, see MORRIS. 

KILLIK (H. Coll.). Azure, a cross anchory between 
four anchors in saltire, flukes to the fesse point or. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a swan, wings endorsed argent, resting the 
dexter foot on an anchor in bend or. Motto — "Up, 
Killik." 

Son of George Joynt Killik, of Kensington, b. 183 1 ; 
d. 1875 ; tn. i860, : — 

Sir Stephen Henry Molyneux Killik, Knt. Bach. (1923), 
J. P. co. London, Alderman of the City of London, 
b. 1861 ; tn. 1887, Emily Seymour (d. 1919), d. of the 
late Thomas Fell Molyneux, of Windsor ; and has 
issue — Stephen George Molyneux Killik, Esq., b. 1890; 
Dorothy Lilian Molyneux [tn. 19 18, Stanley Greenland, of 
61 Ladbroke Road, Kensington, W.]. Res. — 80 Palace 
Gardens Terrace, W.8. Clubs — Ranelagh, City of London , 
Argentine. 

KILMAINE, Baron, see BROWNE. 

KILMOREY, Earl of, see NEEDHAM. 

Sir ERNEST FULLER KILPIN, K.C.M.G. (1910), 
C.M.G. (1901), a Justice of the Peace for the Cape of Good 
Hope Province, entered the Cape Civil Service in London 
1874, Private Secretary at Cape Town to Sir Charlrs Mills, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., Under Colonial Secretary, 1876; to the 
Rt. Hon. Sir Gordon Sprigg, G. C.M.G., Prime Minister, 
1878; Clerk-Assistant of the House of Assembly, Cape 
Town, 1880 ; Clerk of the House from 1897 until the Union 
of S. Africa in 1910, when he retired on pension (Union 
medal); served as Secretary on the following Government 
Commissions: Dorthesia 1877, Kaffir War Expenditure 



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1881, Liesbe.k Municipality 1883, Diamond Laws 1887, 
Liquor Laws 1889, Lighthouses 1890, Fisher es 1892, Sheep 
Disease 1893, and Defence 1895; vvas Acting Private Sec- 
retary to tne Hon. Sir Thomas Scanlen, Prime Minister, 
1883 ; Sec. to Imperial British and German Commisssion on 
West Coast Claims 1885, and was Chief Sec. of the S. African 
National Convention 1908-9; is Author of" Parliamentary 
Agents' Manual" 1902, 2nd edition 1906, of " South African 
Union and Private Bill Legislation " 1908, has published 
Index to Records of Cape House 1854-1910, was Proprietor 
and Editor ot Cape Civil Service List 1887-1910, and was 
an Examiner u der Cape Civil Service Commissioners 
1889-1910; at invitation of Orange River Colony Govern- 
ment assisted at inauguration ot Parliamentary Institutions 
there 1907, and has frequently been consulted on Parlia- 
mentary Procedure by all the South African States. Born 



KIMBER (H. Coll., 28 July 1904). Argent, a torteau 
between three choughs proper, on a chief engrailed gules, 




May s, 1854, being the only son of the late Rev. S. W. 
Kilpin of Reading, by his wife Elizabeth Ann, dau. of 
William Coles Fuller of Kettering. Armorial bearings— 
Per fesse argent and or, three crescents fessewise azure, 
between two oak-trees eradicated in pale proper ; the 
escutcheon being surrounded by the ribbon of the Most 
Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, and 
pendent his I adge as a Knight Commander thereof. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the 
colours, in front of an oak proper, charged with a pheon 
or, amount vert, thereon a saltire azure. Motto — " Firmus 
in firmis." Married, Oct. 23, 1880, Augusta [Lady of The 
Royal Red Cross, 1902], dau. of the late G. W. Pilkington, 
Esq., of Cape Town ; and has Issue — (i)Tyrell Kilpin, Esq., 
M.C., J. P., Resident Magistrate Thaba Nchu, O.F.S., 
served Great War as Lieut. 5th S. A. Heavy Artillery, b. Dec. 
7, 1881 [m. Sept. 28, 1911, Florence [d. Nov. 20, 1912), 
d. of late E. R. Brooks of Grahamstown] ; (2) Cecil Fuller 
Kilpin (Blantyre, Kenilworth, nr. Cape Town), b. Oct. 3, 
1884 [m. Aug. 20, 1910, Daphne, d. of Lt.-Col. P> rceval 
Writeht. late R. M.L.I. ; and has issue — John Cecil Kilpin, 
Gentleman, b. June 29, 1911 ; Peter Perceval Kilpin, Gentle- 
man, b. 1917 ; Malcolm Brydon Kilpin, Gentleman, b. 
1918 ; Mary Barbara ; and Patricia] ; (3) Ralph Pilkington 
Kilpin, Esq., Clerk Assist., Houseof Assembly. Cape Town, 
*. Oct. 10, 1887 [ot. 1914, Hilda Marv, d. of Gilbert Main- 
waring Robinson]; (4) Denis Pilkington Kilpin, Esq., 
Capt. Northampt nshire Regt., b. June 17, 1893 [m. 1921, 
Hilda, d. of W. S. Sim, M.I.Mech.E., and has issue — 
Geoffrey Denis Kilpin, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; and Jill Vivien 
[Res. — Mardale, Elgin, Cape Province)]. Postal address 
— Linford, Kenilworth, near Cape Town. Clubs — Civil 
Service (Cape Town), Authors'. 




three estoilles of the first. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bull's head caboshed 
sable, horned argent, between the horns an estoille or. 

Sons of Sir Henry Kimber, 1st Bart., M.P. for Wands- 
worth 1885-19 13, Solicitor of the Supreme Court 
1858-90, b. 1834; d. 1923; in. i860, Maty Adelaide, d. 
of the late Gen. Charles Dixon, R. E. : — 
Sir Henry Dixon Kimber, 2nd Ba, t. (24 Aug. 1904), 
M.A. (Lincoln Coll., Oxford), Solicitor of the Supreme 
Court, b. 1862 ; m. 1st, 1890, Florence Sarah (d. 1907), enly 
d. of late Charles Boyes Noel Snewin of Putney Heath ; 
2nd, 1910, Lucy Ellen, d. of the late G. W. Crookes; and 
has had issue — Henry Cyril Dixon Kimber, Esq., Lieut. 
R.F.A. , b. 1894; d. of wounds received in action 1916 ; 
Charles Dixon Kimber, Esq. , b. 1912; Ella Florence Irene; 
Helen Margaret; and Audrey Patricia Res.— Hitcham 
Place, Burnham, Bucks. Clubs — Jun. Carlton; City Cail- 
ton; R.A.C. 

Percy Dixon Kimber, Esq., b. 1867; m. 1892, Janet 
Margaret, d. of William Mackenzie of Cramond, Pieter- 
maritzburg, Natal ; and has issue — Guy Mackenzie 
Kimber, Gentleman, b. 1899 [m. 1926, Ellen Elizabeth 
Margaret, d, of the late Rev. J. Jardine-Lockhart of 
Paignton, Devc n]. Res.— Selsby, The Dargle, Natal. 

Sons of Walter Dixon Kimber, Esq. (4th son of 1st 
Bart.), Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and 
Natal, b. 1869; d. 1916; m. 1898, Florence, d. of 
Charles Brown of Durban and widow of T. J. 
Holmden : — 
Eric Dixon Kimber, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; m. 1926, 
Gwendolen, d. of L. C. French, of Donnyb 00k, Natal, 
and has issue — Anthony Dixon Kimber, Gentleman, b. 
1927. Re*. — Berwyn P.O., Ficksburg, O.F.S., Africa. 
Allan Dixon Kimber, Gentleman, b. 1903. 

Yngst. son of 1st Bart. :— 
Hugh Dixon Kimber, Esq., b. 1871 ; m. 1st, 1902, Sarah, 
d. of N. H. Kellog of Rugby, Tennessee, U.S.A. ; 2nd, 
1916, Ethel Skelton. Res.— Brockham Green, Surrey. 

KIMBER LEY, Earl of, see WODEHOUSE. 

KINAHAN, see HUDSON-KINAHAN. 

KINDERSLEY (H. Coll.). Per bend gules and azure, 
a lion rampant argent, within an orle of cross crosslets 
and fleurs-de-lys alternately or. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount 
vert, in front of a hawthorn-tree proper, charged with 
an escutcheon azure, thereon a lion rampant argent, a 
greyhound sejant also argent. 



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Sons of Capt. Edward Nassau Kindersley, of 

Sherborne, Dorset : — 
Sir Robert Molesworth Kindersley, G.B.E. (1920), 
J.P. Herts., Lieut, for City of London, a Director of the 
Bank of England, Comdr.of Order of Leopold of Belgium, 
Officer Legion of Honour, b. 1871 ; m. 1896, Gladys 
Margaret, d. of Major-Gen. J. P. Beadle, R.E., of 6 
Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W., and has issue — Hugh 
Kenyon Molesworth Kindersley, Esq., late Lieut. Scots 
Guards, b. 1899 [m. 1921, Nancy, d. of Dr. Geoffrey 
Boyd, of Toronto] ; Richard Francis Kindersley, Esq., 
b. 1905 ; Philip Leyland Kindersley, Esq., b. 1907 
[m. 1929, Oonagh, yngst. d. of Hon. Ernest Guinness] ; 
Margaret Marian [m. 1924, Algernon Spencer Belmont, 
of 46 Cranley Gardens, S.W.] ; and Elizabeth Jean. 
Res. — Plaw Hatch Hall, Sharpthorne, Sussex; 11 
Grosvenor Square, S.W. Clubs — Marlborough, Carlton, 
Garrick. 

Major Guy Molesworth Kindersley, O.B.E. (Mil.), 
M.P. Hitchin since 1923, Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, served Great War 1914-19, b. 1877 ; m. 1903, 
Kathleen Agnes Rhoda, d. of the late Sir Edmund Elton, 
Bart., of Clevedon Court, Somerset, and has issue — 
Edmund Murray Kindersley. Gentleman, b. 1905 ; 
David Guy Barnabas Kindersley, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; 
Agnes Ruth ; and Kathleen Bridget. Res. — St. Paul's 
Walden, Welwyn. Herts. ; 42 Carlisle Mansions, S.W. 
Clubs — Carlton, Athenaeum, City of London. 

Sons of Capt. Henry Wasey Sextus Kindersley, of 

Tranmere, Lymington, Hants., b. 1841 ; d. 1924; 

m. 1867, Helen Maria, d. of the late Col. John Doyle 

O'Brien, 70th Regt. : — 
Archibald Ogilvie Lyttelton Kindersley, Esq., C.M.G. 
(1919), Lt.-Col. (ret.) Highland L.I. (S.R.), County Commr. 
of Boy Scouts for I.O.W., served W. Africa 1895 ; S. Africa 
1899-1902 (Queen's medal, 3 clasps, King's medal, 
2 clasps), and Great War 1914-19 (desp., C.M.G., Ordre 
de l'Etoile Noire), b. 1869 ; m. 1908, Edith Mary, d. of 
Thomas Craven, Esq., J. P., and has issue — (1) Claude 
Richard Henry Kindersley, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; (2) 
Alistair Thomas James Kindersley, Gentleman, b. 1915. 
Res. — Hamstead Grange, nr. Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. 
Clubs — Roval Cruising Yacht, Solent Yacht, Lymington 
Yacht. 

Ronald Charles Murray Kindersley, Gentleman, 
b. . Res. — Kyjang Selangar, F.M.S. 

KING, see DUCKWORTH-KING, MEADE-KING, 
and STAFFORD-KING-HARMAN. 

KING (H. Coll., 1725). Sable, three spear-heads argent, 
imbrued proper, on a chief or, as many battleaxes azure. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 




colours, a cubit arm vested azure, charged with three ermine 
spots in fesse or, cuffed argent, grasping in the hand proper 



the broken shaft of a spear in bend sinister sable, the butt 
argent. Motto — "Labor ipse voluptas." Livery — Black, 
yellow facings. 

Yr. son of William King-Noel, 1st Earl of Lovelace and 
Viscount Ockham, 8th Baron King, b. 1805 ; d. 1893 ; 
m. 2nd, 1865, Jane Crawford, d. of John Jenkins: — 
Rt. Hon. Lionel Fortescue King (formerly King-Noel), 
3rd Earl of Lovelace and Viscount and Baron Ockham 
(1838), 10th Baron King (1725), D.S.O , J.P. and D.L. 
Surrey, Major late Gen. List and Northumb. Fus. , and 
late Capt. 9th Lancers [by R.L. 1895 he assumed the name 
and arms of King-Noel for his life, but since succession to 
the Peerage has by Royal Licence dated 5 May 1908 
reverted to the name and arms of King only. Supporters 
(of Barony of King)— On either side a mastiff-dog regardant 
proper, collared gules], b. 1865 ; m. 1895, Lady Edith 
Anson, d. of 2nd Earl of Lichfield; and has issue— (1) 
Peter Malcolm King, Esq., commonly called Viscount 
Ockham, b. 1905 (Clubs — Marlborough, R.A.C.); Lady 
Evelyn Catherine [m. 1918, Capt. Miles William Peel 
Graham, M.C., late 2nd D. Gds., of 8Chesham Street, S.W. ; 
and has issue] ; Lady Phyllis Edith [in. 1922, William 
Edward Allen, of 29, Wilton Place, S.W. ; and has issue] ; 
and Lady Rosemary Diana [m. 1927, Alastair Monteith 
Gibb]. Seat - Whitwell Hatch, Haslemere, Surrey ; Ben 
Damph Forest, Torridon, Ross-shire. Res. — 23 Knights- 
bridge, S.W. Clubs — Army and Navy, Guildford County 
(Guildford). 

Sons of Frederick King, Esq., of Fryern, Sussex, late 
Capt. 27th Foot, b. 1815 ; d. 1893 ; m. 1854, Charlotte 
Mary, d. of James Maitland Heriot of Ramornie: — 
Henry Somerset King, Esq., Brev.-Col. R.E. (ret.), b. 
i860; m. 1893, Alice Mary Louisa, d. of Augustus Pechell ; 
and has had issue — William Augustus Henry King, Gentle- 
man, b. 1894 [iu. 1926, Dorothy Elizabeth, d. of the late 
Henry Campbell Booth] ; and Ida Winifred (d. 1907). 
Res. — Ha estock House, Winchester. 

Edward George King, Gentleman, B. A. (Cambs. ), b. 1863. 

Res. — Fryern, Storrington. Club — Oxford and Cambridge. 

Son of Henry King, Esq., of Chithurst, Petersfield, 

Sussex, Capt. R. N. , b. 1819; d. 1891 ; m. 1st, 1850, 

Isabella Louisa (d. 1853), d. of James .Vaitland Heriot 

of Ramornie, co. Fife; 2nd, 1856, Charlotte, d. of Rev. 

George Palmer : — 

George Henry Maitland King, Esq. , J.P. Surrey, b. 1853 ; 

m. 1883, Maud Giffard, d. of Rev. F. Tate ; and has issue 

— Frank Jerome Maitland King, Esq., Major R.E. . b. 

1884; [;«. 1914, Elizabeth Agnes, d, of the late Charles 

Elliott] ; and Mysie Caroline Maitland [m. 1923, Cyril 

Grosvenor Sargent, of Morningthorpe Manor, Norfolk; and 

has issue]. Res. — 

KING of Corrard (U.O. , 6Sept. 1821). Azure, on a fesse 
argent, between a lion's head erased and a mullet or, three 
buckles gules (being the arms of King of Barra, Aberdeen- 
shire, reg. in U.O. 1821) and (as an honourable augmenta- 
tion) on a chief ermine, an imperial crown within a wreath 
of trefoils proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm erect, holding 
a dagger all proper, surmounted by a scroll inscribed "17 
August 1821." Motto — " An daces fortuna juvat." 

Son of Rev. Sir James Walker King, 2nd Bart., M.A. 

b. 1796; d. 1874; m. 1834, his cousin, Anne Sophia, d. 

of Hulton Smyth King, Esq., Commissioner of Customs, 

Barr. -ar-Law : — 
The late Sir Charles Simeon King, 3rd and last Bart. , ot 
Corrard (6 Nov. 1821), b. 1840; d. 1921 ; m. 1891, Sophia 
Louisa (The Highlands House, St. Leonards-on-Sea), d. 
and h. of late Robert Snow Bolton Davis, Esq., J.P. , Lord 
of the Manor of Swerford, Oxfordsh. Seats — Corrard, 
Lisbellaw, co. Fermanagh ; Swerford Park, Enstone, Oxon. 

KING of Campsie (L.O. , 1869). Azure, on a fesse argent, 

between in chief a lion's head erased and in base two billets 

or, three round buckles of the field. Mantling gules, 

doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a 

redbreast proper. Motto — " Honos industriae praemium." 

Eld. son of Sir James King, 1st Bart, of Campsie, 

LL.D., J.P. cos. Lanark, Stirling, and for Glasgow 

(Lord Provost 1886-9). b. 1830; d. 1911 ; m. 1861, 

Marian, d. of Wiliiam Westall of Streatham 

Common : — 

Sir John Westall King, 2nd Ban of Campsie (10 Oct. 

1888), J.P. , late Col. Commandant Stirlingsh. R.V., b. 

1863; m. 1897, Frances Rosa, d. of John Neve of Oaken, 

nr. Wolverhampton; and has issue — James Granville le 



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Neve King, Esq., b. 1898; John Alastair King, Esq., b. 
1905 ; and Margaret Westall. Seat — Beaurepaire Park, 
nr. Basingstoke. Clubs — Carlton, Conservative. 

KING of Charlestown (Confn. U.O. , 12 Dec. 1814). 
Sable, a lion rampant double-queued or. Mantling sable 




and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an escallop 
gules. Motto — "Spes tutissima coelis." 

Sons of George King, Esq., b. 1820 ; d. 1876; m. 1863, 

Frances Julia Andrews : — 
Sir George Adolphus King, 5th Bart. (21 July, 1815), b. 
1864. Seat — Charlestown, Drumsna, Roscommon. Res.— 
Robert Ebenezer King, Gentleman, b. 1869; m. 1891, 
Margaret, d. of Alexander Dempster ; and has surv. 
issue — (1) Alexander William King, Gentleman, b. 1892 ; 
(2) Douglas James King, Gentleman, /;. 1895; and Grace 
[m. 1915, R.Taylor]. Res. — 

KING of Croydon (H. Coll., 20 Oct. 1924). Per 
saltire or and sable, in chief an escallop, in base a cross 
crosslet, and in fesse two lions rampant, all counter- 
changed. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a cross crosslet fitchee erect or, transfix- 
ing a roll of parchment fessewise proper. Motto — " Labor 
ipse voluptas." 

Only surv. son of Sir George Anthony King, Knt. 

Bach., M.A. (Oxford), Master of the Supreme Court 

of Judicature, 1902-21, Chief Master of the Supreme 

Court Taxing Office, 1921, b. 1858 ; d. 1928; m. 

1888, Mabel, d. of Rev. Henry Blackett :— 

Anthony Highmore King, Esq., Barrister-at-Law 

Inner Temple, b. 1890. Res. — Penn Road House, 

Chatsworth Road, Croydon. 

KING (U.O. , confmd. 12 Jan. 1921). Gules, two lions 
rampant argent, supporting a book o", in base a galley 
with sails furled of the last. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest — Out of a cre^t co onet or, charged with three roses 
gules, a dexter hand erect, the third and fourth fingers 
turned down proper. Motto — " Sp-'s tutissima ccelis." 

Sons of Robert Stuart King, Gentleman, of Toboga, 
Kenya (eld. son of Rev. Robert King, B. A. , see below), 
b. 186 ( ; d. 1927; m. 1895, Louisa Maude, d. of 
Canon Horace Townsend : — 
Horace Townsend Stuart King, Esq., Capt. R.E., b. 
1896 ; 7n. 1927, Kathleen, d. of John Percy Stott. 
Patrick King, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 



Yngr. sons of Rev. Robert King, B.A. (Dub.), b. 1815 ; 

d. 1900; m. 1857, Harriette, d. of Rev. A. G. Stuart, 

Rector of Killencoole: — 
Francis Alexander Muart King, Gentleman, b. 1863 ; 111. 
1895, Olive, d. of William Fishbourne, Esq., J. P., of 
Staplestown, co. Carlow, and has had issue — Henry Stuart 
King, Gentleman, Sub-Lieut. R.N., b. 1896; killed at 
Jutland 1916; William Stuart King, Gentleman, Lieut. 
R.A. , b. ; Mary Gertrude; and Anchoretta Eileen. 

Res. — Lansdown Road, Dublin. 

William Kahled Stuart King, Gentleman, b. 1865; m. 
1901, Cornelia Minnie, d. of Getrge Hall Stack. Res. — 
Mistley Abbey, Manningtree, Essex. 

Son of Jonas Locway King, Gentleman (4th son of 

Rev. Robert King, see above), b. 1867; d. 1927; m. 

1900, Charlotte Marv, d. of Rev. T. L. F. Stack, 

B.D. :— 
Neville Stuart King, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — 
Martello, Hollywood, co. Down. 

Yngr. sons of Rev. Robert King, B.A. (see above) : — 
Traver- Wright King, Gentleman, B.A. (Dub.), b. 1868. 
Res. — Mazoe, Ballymena, Ireland. 

Charles Edward Stuart King, Esq., D.S.O. , Major S. 
African Defence Force (R.O.), served Mashcnaland, 
Matabeleland (medal), S. African War (Queen's medal 




three clasps, King's medal, two clasps), Natal Rebellion 
(medal and clasp), German S.W. Africa 19 14-15, Staff 
(desp., D.S.O., 1914-15 Star), German E. Africa 1915-17 
(Victory medal), b. 1868 ; m. 1919, Adela Elizabeth, only d. 
of late William Gihon, Esq., J. P., of Lisnafillon House, 
Gracehill. Re*.— Lisnafillon He use, Gracehill, co. Antrim. 
Very Rev. Richard George Salmon King, M.A , Dean 
of Derry, b. 1871 ; m. 1894, Dorothea, d. of Andrew 
Ferguson Smyly, Dean of Derry, and has had issue — (1) 
Robert Andrew Ferguson Smyly King, 2nd Lieut. R. Dub. 
Fus., b 1895 ; died of wounds received in action 1915 ; 
(2) Rev. Ivorv Hammond Alexander King, M.A. , Rector 
of Killylee, Armagh ; (3) Travers Richard King, Gentle- 
man, b. 1904 (Res. — Kenya). Res. — The Deanery, London- 
derry. 

KING (H. Coll.). Argent, a lion rampant sable, on a 
chief also sable, a heart or, between two plates, the dexter 
charged with a thistle, leaved and slipped proper, the 
sinister with a saltire azure. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-lion 
couped or, two hearts gules. Badge — A crescent reversed 
azure, enfiled bv a coronet composed of three trefoils 
stalked and set "upon a rim or. Motto — " Always your 
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Son of : — 

David Bartv King, Esq., O.B.E., M.R.C.P. (Edin. 
andLond.), M A , M.D. (Edin.), late Major R.A.M.C, b. 

. Res. — 6 Devonshire Street, Portland Place, Maryle- 
bone. 

KING of Highgate (H. Coll. 1913, Ped. H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, ardent, a spider's web sable, over all 
a chevron gules, charged with four daggers erect proper, 
pommelled and hiked or. for King ; 2 and 3, sable, a saitire 
•couped argent, in chief three cushions or, for Johnston. 




"Mantling" sable and argent. Crest — Issuant out of a mural 
coronet or, a spring-buck's head proper, gorged gules. 
Motto — "Duty." Livery — Grey, with black facings and 
silver buttons. 

Sons of Edwin King of The Elms, Highgate, b. 1838 ; 
d. 189s; m. 1876, Susannah Louisa (d. 1921); elde t 
d. of James Johnston of Buckhurst Hill, Essex: — 
Colonel Edwin James King, C.M.G. (1916), Knight of 
I ustice of the Order of the Hospital of St. lohnof lerusalem, 
B.A. (Oxon.), F.S.A., F.R. Num. S., J.P., D. L. Middx. 
'Vice-Chairman Middlesex Territorial Army Association, 
formerly commanding and now Hon. Colonel 7th Battalion 
Middlesex Regt. , has Coronation Medal (1911), Order of 
Mercy (1912) and Territorial Dec ration (1918), served in 
South African War including actions of Falcon's Put and 
Eland'sRiver, 1900 (medal and three clasps) ; served in Euro- 
pean War in France and Flanders, comd. 7th Middlesex in 
France 1916-17, and in the advance to victory (despatches 
three times, C.M.G.), on Staff XV. Corps, 1918-1919, 
comd. Lille and Ypres sub-areas 1919 ; b. 1877 ; m. 1905, 
Mildred (Dame of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem), youngest d. of late Richard Ashby, 
Esq., of Scarborough, Captain 2nd V. B. Yorkshire Regt. 
Res. — 1 he Old House, East Finchiey. Clubs — Jun. Army 
and Navy, Athenaeum. 

Captain Harold Keith King, late 7th Middlesex Regt., 
served in European War in France and Flanders, b. 1885 ; 
m. 191 1, Enid, second d. and co-heiress of the late John 
Mews of London, Barrister-at-Law. Res. — Holders, Aston 
End, Herts. Club — Junior Naval and Military. 

KING (H. Coll.). Sable, a lion rampant argent, 
crowned with an antique crown or, between four 
ostrich feathers of the second. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest — Issuant from an antique crown or, charged 
with three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper, a demi- 
lion double-queued gold, holding a like rose between the 
paws. Badge — An ostrich feather argent, enfiled by a 
ichaplet of roses: Motto — " Fac et spero." 



Son of Edward King, of Newport, Rhode Island, 
U.S.A. :— 
George Gordon King, Gentleman, b. Res. — ■ 

East 84th Street, New York, U.S.A. 

Sir HENRY SEYMOUR KING, K.C.I.E. (created 
Companion of the Indian Empire 1887, and Knight 
Commander 1892), F. R.G.S. , M.A. (Oxford), Knight of 
Grace of the Oruer of the Hospital of St. J hn of Jerusalem, 
Member of Her Majesty's Commission of Lieutenancy for 
the City of London, Governor of Charterhouse, M.P. for 
the Central Div. of Hull 1885-1911, Mayor of Kensingttn 
1901-2, Chairman Commissioners ci Income Tax fr City cf 
London. Born 1852, eldest son of Henry Samuel King, 
Esq., J. P. for Essex, of the Manor House, Chigwell, and 
his wife Ellen, dau. of John Blake way. Armorial bear- 
ings — Quarterly, argent and azure, in the second and third 
quarters a quatrefoil of the first, over all a bend barry o 
six of the second, charged with a quatrefoil also of the 
first, and gules, the escutcheon being surrounded by the 
ribbon and badge of a K.C.I.E. Mantling azure 
and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a 
lion rampant or, gorged with a collar gemel azure, 
and holding in the dexter forepaw a trefoil siipped vert. 
Motto — " Floreo in ungue leonis." Livery — Blue, with 
blue and white striped vest and silver buttons. Married, 




Oct. 21, 1875, Julia Mary (d. 1918), dau. of the Rev. John 
Jenkins, D.D. , LL.D-, of Montreal. Postal address — 25 
Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. Clubs — 
Athenreum, Carlton, Conservative, Alpine, Royal Yacht 
Squadron, Royal Cinque Ports Yacht. 

KING (Confn. U.O. 3 April 1901). Gules, two lions 
rampant combatant, supporting a dexter hand couped at the 
wrist and erect, above it an estoile argent, a bordure ermines. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a dexter hand couped at the wrist and erect, the third 
and fourth fingers turned down proper, charged on the wrist 
with an estoile, as in the arms. Motto — " Spes tutissima 
ccelis." Livery — Chocolate, white facings, silver buttons. 



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Only surv. son of Sir Lucas White King, Knt. Bach. 
(1919), C S.I. (1898), LL.D., B.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), 
J. P. co. Dublin, F.S.A., Commissioner of Lahore 1901, 
of Northern India Salt Revenue 1902, of Multan 
1903, and of Rawalpindi 1904, ret. 1905, and appointed 
to the Chair of Oriental Languages Univ. of Dublin, 
Fellow Punjab Univ., Member of Royal Asiatic and 
Royal Dublin Socs. , Royal Irish Academy, and Royal 
Society of Antiquaries, Ireland and London, b. 1856; 
d. 1925 ; m. 1891, Geraldine Adelaide Hamilton (Res. — 
Roebuck House, Aboyne, N.B. ), d. of late Alfred 
Harmsworth, Barr.-at-Law Middle Temple, and eldest 
sister of 1st Viscount Northcliffe : — 
Cecil Harmsworth King, Esq., M.A. (Oxon.), Director 
of Empire Paper Mills, Ltd., b. 1901; in. 1923, Agnes 
Ma gait t, d. of Rev. Dr. G. A. Cc oke, D.D., Canon of 
Christ Chu ch, Oxford, Regius Professor of Hebrew, 
O.Nford ; and has is»ue — Lucas Michael Harmsworth King, 
Esq., b. 1926; Cecil Francis Harmsworth King, Gentle- 
man, b. 1927. Res. — Park Stile, Langley, Bucks. ; Roe- 
buck House, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire. Club — Marlborough. 

HENRY LOUIS KING (formerly Mahon), Esq., J.P. 
and D.L. Born 1866, eldest son of Ross Mahon of Lady- 
well, co. Westmeath, by Harriette, eldest dau. of Rev. 
Henry King of Ballylin, and nephew of the late Tohn 
Gilbert King, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Ballylin. He as- 
sumed the surname and arms of King only by Royal 
Licence, dated May 17, 1901. Armorial bearings — 
Sable, a lion rampant, double-queued or. Mantling" sable 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an escallop 
gules. Motto — " Spes tutissima ccelis." Married, May 
1904, Winifred Harriet, dau. of W. S. Ward. Seat — 
Ballylin, Ferbane, King's Co. Clubs — Kildare Street 
(Dublin), Royal St. George's Yacht. 

KING-FANE (R.L., 23 Sept.1920, H.Coll.). Quarterly 
r and 4, azure, three dexter gauntlets, backs affrontee 
or (for Fane) ; 2 and 3, sable, on a chevron engrailed 
argent, three escallops of the field (for King). Mantling 
azure and or Crests — Out of a ducal coionet or, a 
bull's head argent, pied sable, armed of the first, charged 
on the neck with a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper 
(for Fane) ; on a wreath of the colours, a talbot's head, 
couped sable, collared or (for King). 

Son of William Dashwood Fane, Esq., of Fulbeck 
Hall, Lines., b. 1816 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1861, Susan 
Millicent, d. of Gen. John Reeve : — 

William Vere Reeve King-Fane (formerlv Fane), Esq., 
J. P., D.L., Brev.-Col. (ret.) Ird Batt. Lines. Regt., b. 1868 ; 
in. 1895, Helen Beatrice, d. of Thomas Houldsworth 
Newman ; and has issue — Henry William Newman 
Fane, Lieut. Res. Officers, b. 1897 ; Francis Christopher 
Fane, Sub. -Lieut. R.N.R., b. 1900 ; Charles William 
Fane, Esq., b. 1904 ; Elizabeth Christine. Seat — 
Fulbeck Hall, Lines. 

KING-HALL, see HALL. 

KING-HARMAN (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a 
chevron between three rams pas=ant argent, attired or 
(Harman); 2 and 3, gules, two lions rampant combatant, 
supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist and erect 
argent (King). Mantling sable and argent. Crests— 1. 
out of a ducal crest coronet or, a dexter arm, armed and 
erect in pale proper, cuffed argent, the hand also proper 
grasping two slips of roses, one gules, the other argent, 
stalked, seeded, and leaved proper (Harman) ; 2. out of a 
ducal crest coronet or, a dexter hand erect, the third and 
fourth fingers turned down proper ( King). 

Son of Wentworth Henry King-Harman, Esq., Col. 

R.A. and Ch. Inspector of Small Arms, b. 1840; d. 

1919 ; m. 1863, Annie Kate (d. 1926), dau. of the late 

D. J. Smith of Kingston, Canada: — 
Wentworth Alexander King-Harman, Esq., D.S.O., 
Major and Brev.-Lt.-C'ol., formerly 4th Batt. Royal Irish 
Rifles, b. 1869 Res. — Newcastle, Ballymahon, co. Long- 
ford ; Mitchelstown Castle, co. Cork. Clubs — United 
Service, Kildare Street (Dublin.) 

Sons of Hon. Lawrence Harman King-Harman, b. 

1819; d. 1875; >"■ 1 ^37> Mary Cecilia id. 1904), d. 

of James Raymond Johnstone of Alva, N.B. : — 
Montague Jocelyn King-Harman, Esq., Col. I.S.C., was 
D.A.Q.M.G. at Meerut 1877-82, and 1st Dep. Sec. to Govt, 
of India 1892-97, b. 1843; m. 1869, Emily, d. of Lt.-Gen. 



Henry Rigby, R. E. ; and has issue— Edward Henry King- 
Harman, Gentleman, b. 1870 [m. 1896, Emily Florence, 
(d. 1923), d. of J. G. Meugens, Esq., of Calcutta, and has 
issue — Lawrence Montague King-Harman, Gentleman, b. 
1898 [m. 1926, Marjorie Rigby] ; and Daphne Florence]] ; 
and Mary Elizabeth [m. 1892, Arthur Morgan, fourth son 
of Sir Walter Morgan]. Res. — 

Sir Charles Anthony King-Harman, K.C.M.G. (1900), 
M.A. (Trin. Coll., Camb.), High Commissioner and Com- 
mander-in-Chief Cvprus 1904-n, b. 1851 ; m. 1888, Con- 
stance, d. of Gen. Sir Robert Biddulph, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. ; 
and has surv. issue -Robert Douglas Kng-Harman, Esq., 
Lieut. R.N., b. 1891 ; and Geraldine. Res.— Ouse Manor 
Sharnbrook, Bedford. Club— Si. George's. 

KING-KING (H. Coll.). Quarterly, argent and azure, 
on a bend barry of six of the second and gules, between in 
the second and third, quarters two estoiles of six points 
pierced or, three cinquefoils of the last. Mantling azure 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion 
rampant bendy or and azure, supporting two branches 
composed of two roses gules and three cinquefoils vert, 
slipped and leaved proper. Motto — " Floreo in ungue 
leonis." 

Son of Capt. Francis James King-King, late 13th 

Hussars, b. 1838 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1st, 1862, Zumala Mary 

Emily, d. of Col. Gurwood, C.B. : — 

Brig. -Gen. James Gurwood King-King, C.B., D.S.O., 

formerly Lt. -Col. Queen's Roy. W. Surrey Regt. , J.P. co. 

Hereford, b. 1863 ; m. 1st, 1887, Anne (d. 1889), d. of 

Major Kiggell, J.P. ; m. 2nd, 1892, Dina May, only d. of 

Frederick Sillem of Esher; and has surv. issue — Evelyn 

King-King, Gentleman, late Lieut. 14th Hussars, b. 1888 

[m. 1910, Eva, d. of Col. Campbell, R.A.]. Res. — 46 Grand 

Avenue, West S uthbourne, Bournemouth. Club — Army 

and Navy. 

Son of William Edward King-King, Esq., J.P. and 
D.L. co. Hereford, b. 1842; d. 1911 ; m. 1876, Lady 
Florence Elizabeth, d. of the Rt. Hon. Armar Lowry- 
Corry, 3rd Earl of Belmore: — 
Eustace King- King, Esq., late Capt. N. Irish Horse, 
formerly Lieut. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regt., 
b. 1880. Estate and postal address — Staunton Court, 
Staunton-on-Arrow, Herefordshire. Club — Junior Carlton. 
Son of Rev. Eustace King-King, B.A. (Oxon.), late 
Vicar of Lullington, b. 1844; d. 1919 ; m. 1894, 
Henrietta, d. of late Henry Robertson, M.P. , of Pale, 
Merionethshire : — 
Kenneth King-King, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. — The 
Rise, Orleton, Herefordshire. 

KING-TENISON (R.L., 29 March 1883, U.O.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, on a bend engrailed or, between 
two leopards' faces of the last, jessant-de-lys azure, three 
cross crosslets fitchee sable (Tenison) ; 2 and 3, gules, two 
lions rampant combatant, supporting a dexter hand couped 
at the wrist and erect, all argent (King). Mantling gules 
and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, in front of 
a crozier and a cross crosslet fitchee in saltire sable, a 
leopard's face or, jessant-de-lys azure (Tenison) ; 2. out of 
a five-leaved ducal coronet or, a dexter hand erect, the 
third and fourth fingers turned down on the palm proper 
( King). Motto — " Spes tutissima ccelis." 

Son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Ernest Newcomen King- 

Tenison, 8th Earl of Kingston, b. 1848; d. 1896; m. 

1872, Fkrence Margaret Christine (d. 1907), d. and 

coh. of Lt.-Col. Edward King Tenison of Kilronan 

Castle, co. Roscommon :— 

Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Edwyn King-Tenison, 9th Earl of 

Kingston (Irel., 25 Aug. 1768), Viscount Kingsbt rough 

(Irel. , 15 Nov. 1766), and Baron Kingston of R ckingham 

(Irel., 13 July 1864), 4th Viscount Lorton (Irel., 28 May 

1806) and Erris (Irel., 29 Dec. 1800), and 13th Bart. (Irel., 

27 Sept. 1682), Capt. late Irish Guards, and late Capt. 5th 

Batt. Connaught Rangers, served S. Africa and Great War 

[Supporters -Two lions, per fesse, argent and gules, 

ducally crowned of the last], b. 1874; m. 1897, Ethel 

Lisette, d. of Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, Bart. ; and has 

surv. issue — (1) Robert Henry Ethelbert King-Tenison, 

Esq., commonly called Viscount Kingsborough, late Lieut. 

2nd Dragoons, b. 1897; Lady Sheelah Florence Lisette [m. 

1923, Thomas Cleveland Greenway, Lt.-Comdr. R.N., and 

has issue] ; and Lady Bridget Honor. Seal — Kilronan 

Castle, Keadue, co. Roscommon. Clubs — Carlton, 

Wellington, and Kildare Street (Dublin). 

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KINGAN (U.O. ). Azure, a fesse indented argent, be- 
tween an antique crown in chief or and in base two dexter 
hands clasped and conjoined, that on the dexter ringed on 
the third finger with a royal signet all proper. Mantling 




azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two 
dexter hands clasped and conjoined as in the arms, thereon a 
lion rampant guardant or. Motto — "A favore regis 
nomen." 

Sons of Samuel Kingan, Esq., ofGlenganagh, Bangor, 

co. Down, J. P. and D.L. co. Down, b. 1824; d. 1911 ; 

m. 1875, Janie, d. of late John Sinclair of The Grove, 

Belfast : — 
William Sinclair Kingan, Esq. , J. P. and D.L. co. Down, 
b. 1876; m. 1921, Catherine Elizabeth, d. of Alfred E. 
Brett; and has issue — Thomas John Anthony Kingan, 
Gentleman, b. 1923; and Catherine Janet. Seat — Glen- 
ganagh, Bangor, co. Down. Club — Ulster (Belfast). 

Thomas Davison Kingan, Gentleman, b. 1879. Club — 
Ulster (Belfast). 

KINGERLEE (H. Coll.). Azure, on a bend between a 
sun in splendour in chief, both or, and a martlet in base 
argent, three mullets gules, on a chief of the second a 
mullet also guies, between two fleurs-de-lys of the field. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a hillock vert, thereon a dove close 
proper, holding in the beak an olive-leaf slipped proper, 
two fleurs-de-lys or. Motto — " Integritate et fidelitate." 
Son of Thomas Kingerlee of Banbury, Oxon. : — 

Thomas Henry Kingerlee, Esq. , J. P. , twice Mayor of the 
city of Oxford, Hon. M.A. (Oxford), b. . Res. — 

Heme House, Bath. 

KINGSALE, Baron, see DE COURCY. 

KINGSCOTE (H. Coll.). Argent, ten escallops, four, 
three, two and one sable, on a canton gules, a mullet 
pierced or. Mantling sable and argent. 

Sons of Major Fitzhardinge Kingscote, late Rifle 

Brigade, b. 1837 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1863, Agnes Janet, d. 

of John Stuart of London, Canada West : — 

Lt.-Col. Randolph All.ert Fitzhardinge Kingscote, late 

R.E., J. P. co. Tipperary, b. 1867; m. 1st, 1890, Florence 

Louise (div. IQ02), ygst. d. of the late Sir E. Boehm, Bart. ; 

2nd, 1903, Elizabeth Frances Dorothy, d. of Gen. Sir Wm. 

Butler, G.C.B. ; and has issue — (1) Patrick Bloom field 



Lewis Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; (2) 
Nigel Adrian Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 19C6 ; 
(3) Edgar Noel Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 
1908 ; and Flavia Adeva. Seat — Plas Newvdd, nr. Ruthin, 
N. Wales. 

Alexander Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1868. 
Thomas George Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1875. 

Son of Thomas Henrv Kingscote, Esq., J. P. for co. 
Gloucester, High Sheriff 1841, Col. of the North Glou- 
cester Militia, b. 1799; d. 1861 ; 111. 2nd, 1833, Hon. 
Hariott Mary Anne, eldest d. of Rt. Hon. Benjamin, 
1st Lord Bluomfield: — 
Thomas Arthur Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Esq., C.V.O. , 
Extra Gentleman Usher to the King, J. P. Berks, [and 
impaling the arms of Gifford, namely, azure, a chevron be- 
tween three stirrups with leathers or, within a bordure 
engrailed argent, charged with eight pellets], b. 1845 ; in. 
1872, Hon. Eveline Mary, d. of Rt. Hon. Robert Francis, 
2nd Lord Gifford ; and has issue— (1) Eric Thomas Kings- 
cote, Esq., Capt. late 3rd Batt. Glos. Regt., Gentleman 
Usher of the Cellars to the King, b. 1885 [in. 1st, 1911, 
Frances Jane Curie (who obtained a divorce 1924), ygst. d. 
of Henry Lamont of Gribton, Dumfries-shire ; 2nd, 1924, 
Mrs. J. Perceval, and has issue — Robin Nigel Kingscote, 
Gentleman, b 1919 ; and Pamela Evelyn]; (2) Maurice 
Kingscote, Esq., late Capt Berks. Yeo. , b. 1887 [m. 1916, 
Violet, d. of Herbert Owen Lord, of Lilley Brook, 
Charlton Kings ; and has issue — 1 dau. Res. — Watermoor 
House, Cirencester. 

Sons of William Anthony Kingscote, />. 1848 ; d. iqoo ; 
m. 1872, Catherine Jeanette, d. of Robert Pringle of 
Bective, New South Wales: — 
? Sons. 
Younger son of Thomas Henry Kingscote (see 
above) : — 
John Bl< omfield Kingscote, Esq., J. P., b. 1851; m. 
1884, Harriet, d. of J. Rogerson ; and has issue — John 
Kingscote, Gentleman, b. 1885; and Harriet Caroline. 
Res. — Stratton Audley, Bicester. Club— Brooks's. 

Son of Howard Kingscote Esq., Col. Oxfordshire 

Light Infantry, b. 1845; d. 1917; m. 1885, Adeline 

Georgina Isabella (d. 1908), only d. of Rt. Hon. Sir 

Henry Drummond Wolff, G.C.M.G. , K.C.B. , M.P. : — 

Algernon Robert Fitzhardinge Kingscote, Esq., M.C., 

Capt. and Brev.-Maj. R.A., served Great War (despatches, 

M.C. and Star), b. 1888; m. 19^, Marjorie Paton, d o 

Douglas C. Hindley. Res. — 

KINGSFORD (H. Coll., 1911). Ermine, an eagle 
displayed gules, over all a chevron or, charged with 
three roses of the second barbed and seeded proper. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, an eagle displayed per chevron argent and azure, 
charged on each wing with a rose as in the arms and 
holding in the beak a like rose slipped and leaved proper. 
Motto — " Aquila supra volat." 

Onlv surv. son of Rev. Sampson Kingsford, Clerk 
in Holy Orders, Vicar of St. Hilary, Cornwall, b. 
1825 ; d. 1890 ; m. 1855, Helen, d. of William Leth- 
bridge, Gentleman, of Kilworthy .Tavistock : — 
Rev. Edward Lethbridge Kingsford, Clerk in Holy 
Orders, M.A. Oxon., b. 1867; m. 1896, Jessie Ada, d. of 
Christopher Edward Newport, Esq., Col. R.A., and has 
issue — Edward Hilary Lethbridge Kingsford, Gentle- 
man, B.A. Oxon., *. 1901 (Club — United University). 
Res. — i2Lyndhurst Road, Exeter. 
Son of Rev. R. L. Kingsford : — 
Reginald John Lethbridge Kingsford, Gentleman, 
M.A. Cantab., b. 1900. Res. — Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

KINGSFORD-LETHBRIDGE (R.L. 1913, H. Coin. 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, issuant out of waves in base a 
bridge of five arches proper, in chief an eagle displayed 
or, between to the dexter a crescent and to the sinister 
a mullet argent (for Lethbridge) ; 2 and 3, ermine, an 
eagle displayed gules, over all a chevron or, charged with 
three roses of the second, barbed and seeded proper (for 
Kingsford). Mantling azure and or. Crests — 1 . out of the 
battlements of a tower proper an eagle displayed sable, 
holding in the dexter claw a mullet and in the sinister a 
crescent or (for Lethbridge) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, 
an eagle displayed per chevron argent and azure, charged 
on each wing with a rose as in the arms, and holding in 
the beak a like rose slipped and leaved proper (for Kings- 
ford). Motto — " Spes mea in Deo." 

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(formerly Kingsford), Esq., of Wood, S. Tawton, 

b. i860 ; d. 1916 ; m. 1902, Amy Frances, d. of James 

Armstrong, of Hardriding, Northumberland : — 

Henry Christopher Lethbridge Kingsford-Lethbridge, 

Gentleman, Lieut. R. Fusiliers, b. 1904. Seat — Wood, 

South Tawton, Devon. 

William Armstrong Lethbridge Kingsford-Lethbridge, 
Gentleman, b. 1906. Res. — Wood, S. Tawton, Devon. 

Lt.-Col. ANDREW DE PORTAL KINGSMILL, 
D.S.O., M.C., Reserve of Officers Grenadier Guards, J. P. 
co. Southampton. Born 18S1, being the only son of the 
late William Howley Kingsmill, Esquire, M.A. , J. P., 
High Sheriff 1875, by his wife Constance Mary, eld. dau. 
of the late Sir Wyndham S. Portal, Bart. Armorial 
beari.ig's — Argent, sem£e of cross crosslets fitch^e sable, 
a chevron ermines between three fers-de-moline pierced ot 
the second, a chief ot the third, all within a bordure wavy 
azure. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a cubit arm vested argent, charged with 
a bendlet azure, cuff ermines, the hand proper grasping a 
fer-de-moline as in the arms. Motto — " Do well, doubt 
not." Married, 1904, Gladys Frances (whom he divorced 
1920), younger dau. of the late Capt. Johnson, 64th Regt. ; 
and has issue — William Henry Kingsmill, Gentleman, 
2nd Lieut. Grenadier Guards, b. 1905 ; Diana Janetta 
Helena ; Daphne ; and Pamela Glatys. Seat — Sydmon- 
ton Court, Ne»vbury. Club — Guards'. 

S JULIAN CLAUD DE KENNE BRUCE- KINGS- 
MILL. Esq., F.C.S., A.R.T.C, F.R.G.S., M.A. 
(Ox >n. and Glasgow), Col. in the Army. Born May n, 
1866, being the son of the late Thomas Nu -enf 
Kingsmill (formerly Kenney) [nephew of the ninth Earl 
of Wf-stmeath], by his wife, m. 1865, Isabel Augusta 
Bruce, dau. and sole heiress of Colonel Sir John Kingsmill, 
Knight Bachelor, Justice of the Peace, of Hermitage Park, 




Commander of the Battle Axe Guards of the Castle of 
Dublin. Armorial bearings -He bears for Arms: Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, argent, sem£e of cross crosslets fi tehee sable, 
a chevron ermines b-tween three fers-de-moline pierced of 
of the second, a chief of the third (for Kingsmill) ; 2 
and 3, per pale or and azure, a fleur-de-lys between three 
crescents, all counterchanged, a crescent for difference (for 
Kenney). Upi>n the escutcheon is placed a helmet be- 
fitting his degree, with a Mantling sable and argent ; arid 
for his Crests, 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm 
erect, vested argent, cuffed ermines, in the hand proper 
a fer-de-moline, as in the arms (for Kingsmill) ; 2. out of 



an Earl's coronet or, a cubit arm erect, vested gules, cuffed 
argent, the hand grasping a roll of parchment proper, the 
arm charged with a crescent argent for difference (for 
Kenney). Motto — "Do well, doubt nought." Married, 
1893, Emily Lydia, d. of the late James Marsland ; and 
has surv. issue — (1) Edward George William Kingsmill, 
Gentleman, b. 1906; (2) Nigel John de Kenne Kingsmill, 
b. 1908 ; Margaret ; Isabel Augusta Helena Olivia ; Emily 
Mary Anne Teresa Lydia; and Lilian Julia. Seat — 
Burnbank, Newton-on-Ayr, N.B. Res. — 7 The Barons, 
St. Margaret's-on-Thames. 

KINGSTON, Earl of, see KING-TENISON. 



KINGSTONE. Per pale argent and gules, a chevron 
counterchanged between a thistle slipped in dexter chief 
proper and a trefoil in sinister chief or, in dexter base 
a trefoil slipped vert, and in the sinister a thistle slipped 




of the fourth. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of his liveries, a swan, holding in its beak a thistle 
slipped proper. Motto — "Dei gratia." 

Sons of Frederick William Kingstone, Gentleman, 
Barrister -at-Law, and Solicitor, Supreme Court of 
Toronto, b. 1836 ; m. Oct. 3, 1871, Henrietta Georgina, 
eld. dau. of Very Rev. Henry James Grasett, Dean of 
Toronto and Rector of St. James's Cathedral : — 
Rev. Henry Grasett Kingstone, b. 1873. Res. — Fenelon 
Falls, Ontario. 

Arthur Courtenay Kingstone, Gentleman, b. 1874. 
Herbert Dolier Kingstone, Gentleman, b. 1884. 
George Alexander Kingstone, Gentleman, b. 1886. 

KINGTON-BLAIR-OLIPHANT, see OLIPHANT. 

KINLOCH of Kinloch. Quarterly, 1st grand 
quarter, azure, a boar's head erased, between three 
mascles or, a crescent of the second in chief for difference, 
(for Kinloch) ; 2nd grand quarter, gules, a chevron em- 
battled between three crescents argent (for Oliphant) ; 
3rd grand quarter, parted per fesse argent and sable, a 
chevron between three cinquefoils counterchanged (for 



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Balneavis) ; 4 th grand quarter, counterquartered, 1. 

gules, a broken spear and a standard saltireways argent, 

the last charged with a cross of the field and fringed or, 

2. azure, a cat salient argent ; 3. argent, on a saltire sable 

nine mascles of the first, a bordure azure ; 4. or, three 

bars wavy gules, each charged with an escallop of the 

field (all for Smyth). Mantling gules, doubled argent. 

Crest — A young eagle, perched, looking up to the sun 

in his splendour all proper. Motto — " Non degener." 

Eld. son of Sir John George Smyth Kinloch, 2nd 

Bart., M.P., J. P., b. 1849 ; d. 1910 ; m. 1878, Jessie 

Montgomery (Res. — Garrymore, Blairgowrie, co. 

Perth), d. of George Lumsden, of Edinburgh : — 

Sir George Kinloch, O.B.E., 3rd Bart. (16 April 1873), 

of Kinloch, co. Perth, b. 1880 ; m. 1906, Ethel May, d. 

of Maj. James Hawkins, 85th Regt. ; and has issue — 

John Kinloch, Esq., b. 1907 ; Roger Peregrine Kinloch, 

Esq., b. 19 10 ; Barbara Cecilia. Seat — Kinloch, Meigle, 

co. Perth. Res. — Princeland, Coupar Angus, Perthshire. 

Clubs — Caledonian, New (Edin.). 



CHARLES YOUNG KINLOCH, Esquire, J. P. for co. 
Perth. Born 1863, being the eldest son of the late David 
James Kinloch, Esq., Colonel R.A. , by his wife Katherine 
Mary, dau. of Henry Young, Esq., J. P., Chief Secretary 
at Bombay. Armorial bearings— Azure, on a chevron 
between three mascles or, a boar's head erased of the field, 
a fleur-de-lys in chief of the second. Upon the escutcheon 
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling 
gules, doubled argent; and upon a wreath of his liveries is 




set for Crest, an eagle soaring aloft proper ; and in an 
escroll above this Motto, "Yet higher." Livery— Blue, 
with yellow facings. Married, April 1899, Marie Louise, 
youngest dau. of the late John Laird, Esq., J. P., of Bir- 
kenhead, Cheshire. Estate and postal address— Gourdie, 
Dunkeld, Perthshire. Club— County (Perth). 



KINLOCH-SMYTH of Balhary (L.O., 1765 and 30 Nov. 
1910). Quarterly, 1. gules, a broken spear and standard 
saltireways proper, the last argent charged with a cross of 
the field and fringed or; 2. azure, a cat salient argent; 
3. argent, on a saltire sable, nine mascles of the first. 



within a bordure azure; 4. or, three bars waved gules, 
each charged with an escallop of the field. Mantling 
gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreaih of his liveries, 
an arm from the shoulder, vambraced, brandishing a broad- 
sword proper. Motto — " Caiaid ann am feum." 

Eldest son of the late George Washingion Andrew 
Kinloch-Smyth of Belhary, b. ; d. 1896 ; m. 

Maria Bruzzese: — 
Andrew George Kinloch-Smyth, Gentleman, b. 1886. 
Res. — Balhary, near Alyth, Perthshire. 



The Right Honourable MARY MORGAN-GREN- 
VILLE, nth BARONESS KINLOSS, in the Peerage of 
Scotland, a Lady of the Order of the Crown of India. Born 
Sept. 30, 1852, being the elder dau. and coh. of the lateMost 
Noble Sir Richard Plantagenet Campbell Temple-Nugent- 
Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, 3rd Duke uf Buckingham and 
Chandos, 3rd Earl Temple of Stowe, 7th Viscount Cobhani, 
and 10th Lt rd Kinloss, G.C.S.I., CLE., P.C., by his first 
wife, Caroline, only dau. of Robert Harvey of Langk y 
Park, Bucks., sister of Sir Robert Bateson Harvey, Bart. 
Armorial bearings are upon two lozenges, the dexter being 
the arms of Morgan-Grenville, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4, 
vert, on a cross argent, five torteaux, and for distinction a 
canton or (for Grenville) ; 2 and 3, paly of six argent and 
or, a lion rampant regardant sable, charged on the shoulder 
with a cross crosslet of the second, between four quairefoils 
saltirewise of the third (for Morgan), and upon an escut- 
cheon of pretence, surmounted by the coronet of a Baroness, 
the arms of Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, 
namely, quarterly, 1 and 6, vert, on a cross argent, five tor- 
teaux (for Grenville) ; 2. quarterly, i. and iiii. or, an eagle 
displayed sable; ii. and iii. , argent, two bars sable, each 
charged with three martlets or (for Temple) ; 3. ermine, 
two bars gules (for Nugent) ; 4. argent, on a cross sable, a 
leopard's face or (for Brydges) ; 5. or, a pile gules (for 
Chandos), and upon the sinister lozenge, which is sur- 
mounted by the coronet of a Baroness, ihe arms and quar- 
terings of Temple- Nugent - Brydges - Chandos- Grenville, 
namely, quarterly, 1 and 8, the arms of Temple-Nugent- 
Brydges-Chandos-Grenville as previously ; 2. argent, on a 
cross sable, a leopard's face or (for Brydges, Dukes of 
Chandos) ; 3. or, a saltire and a chief gules, on a canton 
argent, a lion rampant azure (for Bruce, Earls of Elgin 
and Ailesbury) ; 4. quarterly, i. and iiii. or, on a pile 
gules, between six fleurs-de-lys azure, three lions of Eng- 
land (being the coat of augmentation granted by King 
Henry VIII. on his marriage with Lady Jane Seymour) ; 
ii. and iii. gules, two wings conjoined in leure, points 
downward or (for Seymour, Dukes of Somerset) ; 5. barry 
of six argent and azure, in chief three torteaux, a label of 
three points ermine (for Grey, Duke of Suffolk and Marquess 
of Dorset) ; 6. barry of ten argent and gules, a lion rampant 
or, ducally crowned per pale of the first and second (for 
Brandon, Duke of Suffolk) ; 7. quarterly, i. and iiii., azure, 
three fleurs-de-lys or (for France); ii. and iii., gules, three 
lions passant guardant in pale or (for England), being the 
arms of the Princess Mary (Tudor), younger dau. and co- 
heir of King Henry VII. ; pendent from the lozenges is the 
Badge of the Order of the Crown of India. Martied, Nov. 
4, 1884, Louis Ferdinand Harry Courthope Morgan, Esq., 
Major 3rd Batt. York and Lancaster Regiment (eldest son 
of George Manners Morgan, Esq., of Biddleston Park, 
Bucks.), who assumed by Royal Licence, dated Dec. 6, 1890, 
the additional surname and arms of Grenville, and died 
Aug. 1896, having had Issue— (1) The Hon. Richard George 
Grenville Morgan Grenville, Capt. Rifle Brigade, b. 1887; 
killed in action 1914; (2) Rev. the Hon. Luis Chandos 
Francis Temple Morgan-Grenville, Master of Kinloss, />. 
1889 [m. 1921, Katherine Beatrice Mackenzie, d. of John 
Jackman, of Stowe ; and has issue — Beatrice Marv Gren- 
ville ; and Anne (Res. — Tostock Place, nr. Bury M. 
Edmund's)] ; (3) Hon. Thomas George Breadalbane Mor- 
gan Grenville-Gavin, D.S.O., M.C., Lt.-Col. late Rirle 
Bde., served Great War (despatches, Legion of Honour), 
assumed, 1916, the additional surname of Gavin, b. 1891 ; 
[m. 1916, Georgina St. John, d. of Albert St. John Murphy, 
of The Island House, Cork, and has issue- Pamela Marv 
Ruth ; and Cynthia Averil (Clubs— United Service ; New 
(Edinburgh)!]; (4) Hon. Robert William Morgan-Gren- 
ville, Capt. late Rifle Bde., b. 1892 [m. 1st, 1915, Irene, 
(d. 1916), d. of Sir Robert Grenville Hervey, 2nd Bt. ; 2nd, 
1922, Elizabeth Hope, d. of Sir Charles Buie Renshaw. 
and widow of Capt. F. W. Gull, and has issue — Robert 
Grenville Plantagenet Morgan-Grenville, Esq., b. 1916 



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{Res. — Hammerwood House, Midhurst, Sussex)] ; (5) Hon. 
Harry Nugent Morgan-Grenville, O.B.E., Capt. Res. of 
Officers, R.E., b. 1896 [m. 1921, Mary, d. of the late Capt. 
the Hon. Edward O. Murray, Cameron Highlanders, and has 
surv. issue— Edward Morgan-Grenville, Esq., ^.1925 ; David 
Bevil Mirgan-Grenville, Gentleman, b. 1928] ; and Hon. 
Caroline Mary Elizabeth Grenville \m. iyoy, Thomas 
Close Smith, son of H. F. Smith of Boycott Manor, 
Buckingham, and has issue]. Seats — Stowe, Buckingham ; 
Moreton Lodge, Maids Moreton, Bucks. Res. — Moreton 
Lodge, Maids Moreton, Bucks. 

KINMOND (L. O ). Parted per chevron azure and or, 
three fleurs-de-lys counterchanged. Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an oak-tree frucled 
proper. Motto — ' ' Stabo. " 



Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Fitzgerald Kinnaird, 

K.T., nth Baron Kinnaird, b. 1847 ; d. 1923 ; m. 

1875, Marv Alma, d. of Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th 

Bart. :— 
Rt. Hon. Kenneth Fitzgerald Kinnaird, 12th Baron 
Kinnaird, of Inchture, co. Perth, in Scotland (28 Dec. 
1682), and Baron Kinnaird of Rossie, co. Perth, in the 
U.K. (1 Sept. i860), Capt. (ret.) Scottish Horse, b. 1880'; 
in. 1903, Frances Victoria, d. of the late Thomas Clifton , 
of Lytham Hall, Lanes. ; and has issue — Hon. Graham 
Charles Kinnaird, Master of Kinnaird, b. 1912 ; Hon. 
Kenneth George Kinnaird, b. 1914 ; Hon. Anne Barbara ; 
Hon. Madeline Elizabeth. Seat — Rossie Priory, Inch 
ture, co. Perth. 

KINNEAR, see BALFOUR-KINNEAR. 




BARONESS KINLOSS. 



Issue of Thomas K. Kinmond of Hermon Hill, 
Broughty Ferry, N.B. , b. ; d. ; m. : — 

Refer to entry of Charles Ernest Crawfurd Walker, 
Gentleman. 

KINNAIRD. Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a fesse wavy 
between three mullets gules as a coat of augmentation 
(for Kirkcaldy) ; 2 and 3, gules, a saltire between four 
crescents or (for Kinnaird). Mantling gules, doubled 
ermine. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries a mullet be- 
tween the horns of a crescent, issuant out of a cloud, 
within two branches of palm in orle proper. Sup- 
porters — On either side a savage, wreathed about the 
head and middle with oak-leaves, their hands, which 
support the shield, in chains hanging down to the feet, 
in their other hands a garland of laurel, all proper. 
Motto — "Qui patitur vincit " ; and above the crest, 
" Sine Phcebo lux." 



K1NNOULL, Earl of, see HAY. 



KINROSS, Baron, see BALFOUR. 



KINTORE, Earl of, see KEITH-FALCONER. 



The Late WILLIAM JAMES KIPPEN, Esquire, of 
Busby and Westerton, J. P. and D.L. co. Dumbarton, 
LI..B. Edin., K.C., a member of the Faculty of Advocates, 
Edinburgh. Born 1866, d. 1928, being the only son of" 
the late James Hill Kippen, Esq., of Bushy, co. Lanark, 
and Westerton, co. Dumbarton, J. P. co. Dumbarton, by 
his wife Rachel, dau. of the late Robert Sword. Armorial 
bearings— Argent, a saltire within a bordure engrailed 
purpure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a 



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wreath ot the colours, an eagle with wings expanded issuing 




out of a tower, all proper. Motto — " Liberty." 
Westerton, county of Dumbarton. 



Seat- 



KIRBY (H. Coll.). Argent, two bars gules, on a chief 
of the last a pale or, and three crosses moline counter- 




fructed proper, a toi teau charged with a cross moline or 
Motto — "More majorum." 

Sons of Edmund Kirby, Gentleman, F. R.I.B.A., b. 

1838; d. 1920; m. 1873, Rose Ann, d. of Benjamin 

Dodsworth of Burton Croft, York: — 

Francis Joseph Kirby, Gentleman, F.S.I. , b. 1874; m. 

1905, Cecilia, d. <_f Redmond P. Cafferta of Staunton Hall, 

Orsion, Nous. ; and has issue— 2 daus. Res. — Riverside, 

Parkgate, Cheshire. 

Rev. Edward Dodsworth Kirby, b. 1876. 
Edmund Bertram Kirby, Esq., O.B.E., F.R.I.B.A., 
Major R.A. (ret.), T.A., b. 1881 ; m. 1917, Frieda, d. ot 
J. B. Eckes, of 22 Alexand ia Drive, Se ton Park, Liverpool. 
Res. — 6 Beresford Road, Oxton, Birkenhead. 

Sons of Laurence Daniel Kirby, Barrister-at Law (Inner 
Temple), b. 1842; d. 1880; m. 1872, Louise, d. ot 
Adolphe Masson tie Moubert of Garswocd, Lanes. : — 
Rev. Edgar Arthur Kirby, M.A. Oxon., B.A. Lond., b. 
1873. Res. — Romiley. Cheshire. 

Laurence Hugh Kirby, Gentleman, b. 1880. Post add.— 

KIRBY (H. Coll.). Or, two bars gules, between a lion's 
head erased in chief of the last, and a scaling-ladder in 
bend in base sable, within two flaunches ermine, each 
charged with a fasces erect proper. Mantlirjg gules and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of the 
battlements of a tower or, issuant therefrom an elephant's 
head sable, eared gold, a rose argent, leaved and slipped 
proper. 

Son of Sir Alfred Kirby of Fairlawn, Deptford, Kent, 
J. P. (Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1887), b. 1841 ; 
d. 1900; m. 1869, d. of William Dawson: — 

Walter Kirby, Esq., b. ; m. , d. of Col. Ritchie, 

sometime City Marshal. Res. — 

KIRK (H. Coll.). Gules, a chevron dovetailed ermine, 
on a chief or, three dragons' heads erased of the first, 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Upon a wreath of 
the colours, out of the battlements of a tower, a demi- 




changed. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, and between two branches of oak, leaved and 



dragon or, charged on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped 
gules, holding in the claws a flag-staff in bend sinister, 
therefrom flowing a pennon also or. Motto — "For kirk 
and king." 

Sons of William Kirk, Esq. , J. P. co. Durham, b. 1849 ; 

d. 1029 ; in. 1st, 1870, Mary Hannah, d. of George 

Blakelock ; 2nd, Elizabeth Barrett, d. of George 

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William Brown Kirk, Gentleman, b. 1871. Post. add. 
Red House, Norton-on-Tees, co. Durham. 
George Lascelles Kirk, Gentleman, b. 1887. 



KIRK of Cardiff (H. Coll.,) Azure, on a pale between 
two lions rampant argent, three lozenges of the field, the 
centre lozenge charged with a dragon's head couped, and 
those in chief and base with a rose of the second, barbed 
and seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-unicorn argent, 
armed, crined, and unguled or, charged on the shoulder 
with a civic wreath vert, and resting the sinister hoof 
on a lozenge azure. Motto — " Verus et fidelis." 

Son of Sir Amos Child Kirk, Knt. Bach. (1922), J. P., 

and Alderman of Cardiff, b. 1856 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1881, 

Mary Elizabeth, d. of Charles Garland, of Leeds : — 

Percy Henry Kirk, Esq., b. 1885. Res. — Clifton House, 

Newport Road, Cardiff. 



KIRK (H. Coll.) Sable, a sword argent and a crozier 
or in saltire, on a chief of the second two escallops of 
the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Issuant 
out of an antique crown or, a dexter cubit arm in armour 
proper, grasping a sword erect argent, entwined with two 
sprigs of laurel, fructed proper. Motto — " Virtute." 
Son of : — 

Thomas William Kirk, Esq., Capt. K.R.R.C, b. 
Res. — Oakway House, Scott's Lane, Shortlands, Brom- 
ey, Kent. 



KIRK (L.O., 11 April 1905). Gules, a crosier or, and a 
sword proper, hilted and pommelled of the second point 
downwards in saltire, in the honour point the sun in his 
splendour, on a chief gold a thistle slipped and an elephant's 
head couped also proper. Mantling gules, doubled or, 
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a palm-tree proper. 
Motto — " Light and liberty." 

Only son of Sir John Kirk, G.C.M.G. (1886), K.C.B. 

(1890), Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Jesus Christ 

of Portugal, Commander of Order of Crown of Italy, 

M.D., F.R.S., Hon. D.C.L. Oxford, Hon. Sc.D. 

Camb. , Hon. LL.D. Edin., formerly H.M. Agent and 

Consul-General at Zanzibar, H.M. Plenip. to Brussels 

Conference 1889-1890, b. 1832 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1867, 

Helen, d. of Charles Cooke : — 

Lt.-Col. John William Carnegie Kirk, D.S.O., late 

D.C.L. I., b. 1878 ; m. 1907, Agnes Maud, d. of Col. 

Frederick Haynes. Res. — Twyssenden Manor, Goudhurst, 

Kent. 



KIRKPATRICK of Closeburn (L.O., 1683). Argent, 
a saltire and chief azure, the last charged with three 
cushions or. Mantling" gules, doubled argent ; and upon 
a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a hand holding 
a dagger in pale, imbrued proper. Motto — " I make 
sure." 

Eld. son of Sir James Kirkpatrick, 8th Bart., b. 1841 ; 

d. 1899; m. 1872, Mary Steward, d. of Charles John 

Fearnley of Peckham, Surrey : — 

Sir Charles Sharpe Kirkpatrick, 9th Bart. (26th March 

1685), b. 1874; m. 1900 (div. 1910), Alice Wilhelmina, d. 

of J. Parnall Mayne. Res. — 



KIRKPATRICK (U.O., Feb. 1925). Quarterly, 1 and 
4, argent, a saltire and chief azure, the last charged with 
three cushions ermine (Kirkp itrick) ; 2 and 3, argent, a 
lion passant gules between three fleurs-de-lis azure, on a 
chief of the last a sun in splendour or (Trench). Mantling 
gules, doubled argent. Crest —On a wreath of the colours, 
a hand couped at the wrist, holding a dagger in pale, dis- 
tilling drops of blood proper. Motto — "I mak sicker." 
Livery — Blue, with yellow facings. 

Sons of Alexander Richard Kirkpatrick, Esq., J. P., of 

Donacomper, Celbridge, co. Kildare, b. 1813 ; d. 

1891 ; m. 18:4, Katherine Louisa, d. of Thomas Trench, 

of Millicnt, Naas, co. Kildare: — 
William Trench Kirkpatrick, Esq., J. P. and (1901) High 
Sheriff co. Kildare, Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1857. 
Seat — Donacomper, Celbridge, co Kildare. Clubs— Con- 
stitutional, Alpine, Kildare Si reet (Dublin.) 

Col. Ivone Kirkpatrick, C.B.E., late comdg. 2nd Batt. S. 
Staffs. Regt., served Great War 1914-19, comdg. 6th Service 



Batt. R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, b. i860; m. 1894, Hon. 
Mary, d. of the late Gen. the Hon. Sir Arthur Edward 
Hardinge, K.C.B. , CLE. ; and has issue— Capt. Ivone A. 
Kirkpatrick, 2nd Sec. Diplom. Service, b. 1897 ; Frederick 
A. Kirkpatrick, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N. (ret.), b. 1898. 
Res. — Stourton, Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Frederick Alexander Kirkpat ick, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; 
tn. 1914, Violet, d. of late Henry Herbert, Esq., J. P., of 
Cahirnave, Killcurrey, co. Kerry. Res. — 23 Bateman Street, 
Cambridge. 

Rev. Alexander Thomas Kirkpatrick, Clerk in Holy 
Orders, b. 1862. Res.- Priestgarth, Loughton, Essex. 

Louis Car Kirkpatrick, Gentleman, £.1869. Res. — 
Donacomper, Celbridge, co. Kildare. 

KIRKPATRICK-CALDECOT (H. Coll.). Per pale or 
and azure, on a chief gules three leopards' faces of the 
first. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of 
the colours, a Cornish chough proper. 

Son of the lite J. Kirkpat. ick, Esq., J. P., of Monk's 
Horton Park, Hythe : — 

Ivone Kirkpatrick-Caldecot, Gentleman, b. 1867; assumed 
by R.L. 1908, the a di.ional surname of Caldecot ; m. 1st, 
1911, Margaret Elizabeth (d. 1914), d of Rev. G. McLean ; 
2nd, 1917, Jennet, d. of the late W. Richards, of Wo-dston, 
Worcs. Res. — Clare G.ange, Ashburnham Road, East- 
bourne. 

REGINALD KIRKPATRICK -HOWAT of Mabie, 
Gentleman. Eldest surviving son of Robert Kirkpatrick- 
Howat, Esquire, of Mabie, J. P. and D.L. for co. Kirk- 
cudbright, by his wife Amelia Rose, only child and heiress 
of Edmund Blewitt, Esq., of Lantarnum Abbey, Mon- 
mouthshire. Armorial hearings ( L. O. , 1861)— Argent, a 
saltire azure, between three mullets in chief and flanks and 
an owl in base gules, on a chief of the second three cushions 
or, within a bordure gules. Upon the escutcheon is placed 
a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, 
doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for 
Crest, a dexter armed hand holding a dagger in pale, dis- 
tilling drops of blood proper ; and in an escroll above, this 
Motto, " I mak sicker." Livery — Blue and silver. 




Married, Jan. 26, 1888, Mary Elizabeth, dau. ot Philip 
d'Arcy Car or Ker, of Waldridge Manor, and Ker's Hill, 
Maryland, U.S.A.; and has Issue— Robert Mabie Kiik 
patrick- Howat, Gentleman, b. January 9, 1890; Rose 
Marie Blewitt ; and Yvonne. Postal address— 



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KIRKWOOD of Woodbrooke, co. Roscommon (Con. 
U.O. ). Gules, on a chevron or, between three fetterlocks 
argent, a pheon between two mullets pierced sable. Mant- 




ling gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, 
a pheon sable, charged with a mullet or. Motto — " Spes 
mea in Deo." Livery — Blue, red facings. 

Son of Col. James Nicholson Sodon Kirkwood, Indian 
Army iret.), J. P., b. 1846; d. 1926 ; m. 18S0, Minnie 
Charlotte, d. of the late Major Home Fergusson of The 
Park, Elie, Fifeshire : — ■ 
Charles Home Kingston Kirkwood, Esq., Major (late 
23rd Cav. (Frontier Force) Indian Army, b. 1882 ; m. 1919, 
Ivy Muriel, d. of Col. Burlton, of Brighton ; and has issue — 
1 dau. Seats — Woodbrooke, Carrick-on-Shannon, co. Ros- 
common. Club — Naval and Military, 

Sons of Andrew Samuel Kirkwood, Esq., J. P., of 

Cloongoonagh, co. Roscommon, b. 1834 ; d, 1902 ; 

m. 1864, Mary Harriette, ygst. d. of the late John 

MacMunn, M.D., of Rutland Square, Dublin : — 

Major Thomas Moore Kirkwood of Cloongoonagh, co. 

Roscommon, Major Indian Army, b. 1865 ; m. 1905, Olive 

Muriel, ygst. d. of Gilbert Joseph Talbot, County Insp. 

Royal Irish Constabularv ; and has issue - Geoffrey Moore 

Talbot Kirkwood, Gentleman, b. 1906; and Olive Adelaide 

Ethel. Seat — Cloongoonagh, Carrick-on-Shannon, co. 

Roscommon. 

Torton Andrew Kirkwood, Esq., Major Indian Army, 
b. 1871. Res.— 

Sinclair Francis Kirkwood, Esq., Major Waterford Art., 
b. 1873 > m - I 9° 2 < Violet Caroline Josephine, only d. of the 
late Lt.-Col. Joseph Thackwe.l of Aghada Hall, co. Cork ; 
and has issue — Esther. Res. — 

Andrew Samuel Kirkwood, Esq., O.B.E., Lt.-Col. 
Indian Army, b. 1875 ; m. 1906, Violet Mabel, dau. of 
Edward Sinclair Snow of Homestead, co. Dublin ; and has 
issue — Violet Mabel. Ret. — 

William Cla:ke Kirkwood, Esq., O.B.E.. Major Indian 
Army, late Lincoln Regt. , b. 1880. Res. — 

Howard Monypenny Kirkwood, Gentleman, Indian 
Police, late Lieut. 6th Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 1884. 

KIRLEW (H. Coll., 22 July 1911). Or, a chevron be- 
tween in chief two cinquefoils and in base a curlew sable. 
Manting sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a mullet of six points or, a demi-unicorn 



azure, armed, maneJ, and unguled gold. Livery — Dark 
blue. 

Sons of Daniel Kirlew of Beckenham, Kent, Solicitor, 

b. 1820; d. 1888; m. 1874, Marianne, d. of The mas 

Oliver of Orlestone, nr. Ashford, Kent, Solicitor: — 

Fdward Oliver Kirlew, Gentleman, S licitor, b. 1875 ; 

m. 1897, Emily Elizabeth Mary, d. of Donald Macrae, 

Esq., I. P., Surgeon; and has issue — (1) Edward Donald 

Kirlew, Gentleman, b. 1909; (2) Arthur Macrae Kirlew, 

Gentleman, b. 1912; Rosemary Frances; and Margery 

Joan. Seat — Willys-at- Heath, Crockham Hill, Kent. 

Thomas Oliver Kirlew, Esq., Capt. (ret.) in the Army, 
Parrister-at-Law, £.1879 ; m. 1908, Mary Elizabeth, d. of 
James M'Killop, sometime M.P. Stirling. Res. — East- 
bourne. 

JAMES JOSEPH KIRSOPP, Esq., J. P. for Northum- 
berland, late Capt. Northumberland Art. Div. R.A. Born 
1852, being the only son of the late James Kirsopp of The 
Spital, by Eliza, dau. of Geo. T. Dunn [she m. secondly 
Edward Leadbitter]. Armorial bearings— Gules, a saltire 
ermine between two cranes in pale argent and two garbs in 
fesse or. Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest. 
upon a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon a crane 
as in the arms, the dexter claw resting on an escutcheon 
argent, charged with the letter K. sable. Motto— " Credo." 
Seat — The Spital, Hexham. 

KIRSOPP-REED (R.L., 14 Oct. 19133. Coll.). Argent, 
a chevron paly of eight sable and gules, between three 
garbs of the last. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a griffin segreant or, wings 
endorsed with paly of six sable and gules, supporting a 
reed proper. 

Eld. son of Henry Kirsopp, of Hexham, Northumber- 
land, b. 1858; d. 1895 ; m. 1888, Margaret Catharine, 
d. of Thomas Camidge, of York : — 
William Henry Kirsopp-Reed, Gentleman, who 
assumed by Royal Warrant, 14 Oct., 19 13, the additional 
surname of, and the arms of Reed, b. 1892 ; m. 1920, 
Doris Ruth, d. of Charles Hansen Abbott, of Putney, 
and has issue — John Kirsopp-Reed, Gentleman, b. 1921. 
Res. — 01d„Town, Otterburn, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

DENIS AGAR RICHARD KIRWAN, Esq., late 
of Cregg Castle, and Bannmore, co. Galway, Lieut. - 
Comdr. (ret.) K.N. Born 1878, being the eldest son 




of the late John Denis Kirwan, Esq., Major R.A., by his 
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Armorial bearings— Argent, a chevron gules, between 
three Cornish choughs sable. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a Cornish chough as in 
the arms. Motto — " Mon Dieu, mon roi, et ma patrie." 
.\farried 1st, 1904, Dorothy Marjory, dau. of John Dallender 
of New York, U.S.A; 2nd, Beryl, d. of Kingston Amos, 
of Brighton ; and has issue— Peter Andrew Richard Kirwan, 
Gentleman, b. 1921. Res.— 14 Talgarth Mansions, West 
Kensington. 

WILLIAM FERDINAND KIRTON, Gentleman, B.A 

\Oxon). Born -, being the youngest son of the late 

William Ferdinand Kirton of Sea View, in the Colony of 
< irenada, Banker. Armorial bearings — Barry of six 
argent, guttee-de-sang and gules, on a bend indented or, 
.1 falcon's head erased sable, between two mullets of the 
sscond. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a 
wr ath of the colours, a falcon, wings endorsed and inverted 
proper, gutt£e-de-sang, resting the dexter claw on an escut- 
cheon argent, charged with a mullet sable. Motto — "Ad 
altiora." 

KITCHENER (H. Coll.). Gules, a chevron argent, 
surmounted by another azure, between three bustards 
proper, in the centre chief point a bezant. Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
a stag's head erased, transfixed through the neck by an 
arrow in bend, point to the dexter all proper, and between 
the attires a horse-shoe or. 

Son of Thomas Kitchener, b. 1831 ; d. 1882 ;;.. 

Thomas Martin Cripps Kitchener, Gentleman,^. 1869; 

in. 1904, Alice, d. of Alexander Proctor, M.D. ; and has 

Usue -Thomas Hunt Cripps Kitchener, Gentleman, b. 1906. 

Address — c/o Central Argentine Railway Co., Buenos Ayres. 

Son of Lt.-Col. Henry Horatio Kitchener, 9th Fo t, 

formerly 13th Light Dragoons, b. 1805 ; d. 1894 ; m. 1st, 

1845, Francis, d. of Rev. John Chevallier of Aspall: — 

Rt. Hon. Henry Elliott Chevallier Kitchener, 2nd Earl 

Kitchener of Khartoum (q.v.). 

Son of Sir Frederick Walter Kitchener, K.C.B., 
Lt.-Gen. in the Army, Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief of Bermuda 1908, formerly Brevet-Col. com- 
manding W. Yorks. Regiment in the Transvaal, 
b. 1858; d. 1912; m. 1884, Caroline, d. of Col. Fenton, 
9th Foot : — 
Henry Hamilton Kitchener, Esq., Capt. Res. of Officers, 

late R.E., b. 1890 ; m. 1916, Winifred Esther Everest, d. of 

Hon. A. W. Bluck, M.C.P., of Hamilton, Bermuda; and 

has issue — 1 dau. 

KITCHENER of Khartoum (H. Coll.). Gules, a 
chevron argent, surmounted by another azure, between 
three bustards proper, in the centre chief point a bezant 
(for Kitchener), and over all, as an honourable augmenta- 
tion, on a pile or, two flagstaves saltirewise, flowing 
to the dexter the Union flag of Great Britain and Ireland, 
and to the sinister a representation of the Egyptian flag, 
all proper, entiled by a mural crown gules, the rim 
inscribed " Khartoum " in letters of gold, and as a 
further augmentation, a chief argent, thereon, on a pale 
gules, a lion passant guardant or, between an eagle 
displayed sable, and on a mount vert an orange-tree 
fructed proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crests — 
1. (of augmentation) out of a mural crown or, an 
elephant's head, supporting with the trunk a sword erect, 
point upwards, proper, pommel and hilt or ; 2. on a 
wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased, transfixed 
through the neck by an arrow in bend, point to the 
dexter, all proper, and between the attires a horseshoe 
or (for Kitchener). Supporters — On the dexter side, a 
camel proper, bridle, trappings, and line pendent, 
reflexed over the back gules, gorged with a collar or, 
suspended therefrom an escutcheon ermine, paly bendy 
azure and ermine, a canton of the last, charged with a 
portcullis, also gold ; and on the sinister side, a gnu 
proper, gorged as the dexter, suspended therefrom an 
escutcheon ermine, charged with a chevron engrailed 
vert, thereon four horse-shoes also gold. Motto — 
" Thorough." 

Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Horatio Kitchener, 
of Cossington, Leics., b. 1805 ; d. 1894 ; by his 1st 
wife, m. 1845, Frances [d. 1864), d. of Rev. John 
Chevallier, of Aspall Hall, Suffolk : — 
Rt. Hon. Henry Elliott Chevallier Kitchener, 2nd Earl 
Kitchener (27 July 1914), of Khartoum, and of Broome, 



Kent. Viscount Broome (n July 1902), of Broome, Baron 
Denton, of Denton, Kent, Viscount Kitchener of 
Khartoum, and of theVaal, Transvaal, and of Aspall, 
Suffolk, Col. (ret.), Duke of Cornwall's L.I., Inspector 
of Railway Defences, 1916, served Franco- Prussian War, 
1870 (medal), Burmah 1891 (medal, desp.), Manipur 
Expedition, 1891 (desp., clasp), Great War, in S.E. 
Africa, 1914-16, b. 1846 ; s. his younger brother by 
special remainder 1916 ; m. 1877, Eleanor Fanny (d. 
1898), d. of the late Lieut.-Col. Franklin Lush ing ton ; 
and has had issue — Henry Franklin Chevallier Kitchener, 
commonlv called Viscount Broome, Capt., R.N., served 
China, 1900, and Great War, b. 1878 ; d. 1928 [m. 1916, 
Adela Mary, d. of the late John Henry Monins, of Ring- 
wood House, Dover ; and left issue — Henry Herbert 
Kitchener, Esq., commonly called Viscount Broome, b. 
1919; Hon Charles Eaton Kitchener, b. 1920; Hon. 
Kenya]. Res. — Soy, Kenya Colony, E. Africa. 

KITSON of Leeds (H. Coll.). Or, on a pale azure, a 
pike hauriant of the first, a chief of the second, thereon an 
annulet between two millrinds erect of the field. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, 
issuant from park pales proper, a demi-unicorn argent, 
gorged with an annulet azure. Motto — " Palmam qui 
meruit erat." 

Sons 1 f Sir James Kitson, 1st Baron Airedale, 1st Bart. , 

b. 1835; d. 191 1 ; m. 1st, i860, Emily Christiana (d. 

1873), d. of Joseph Cliff of Wortley, J. P. ; and, 1881, 

Mary Laura, d. of Edward Fisher Smuh, of the Priory, 

Dudley, J. P.:— 

Rt. Hon. Sir Albert Ernest Kitson, 2nd Baron Airedale of 

Gledhow (1907), 2nd Baronet, of Gledhow Hall, co. Yorks. 

(1886) [Supporters — On either side an owl argent, 

collared gules, pendent therefrom an escutcheon of the 

arms], b. 1863 ; m. 1890, Florence, elder d. of Edward 

Schunck of Gledhow Wood, co. Yorks. ; and has issue — 

Hon. Margaret Emily [m. 1920, Rev. Halstead Latham 

Connor, Vicar of Wilton-in-Cleveland] ; Hon. Florence 

Evelyn [m. 1919, Harold Oscar Nevett, M.C. (Dimora, 

Camperdown, Victoria, Australia) and has issue] ; Hon. 

Doris Clare [w. 1918, Capt. J. McNaughton, M.C, and has 

issue] ; Hon. Enid [m. 1924. George S. B. McNaughtcn] ; 

Hon. Vi let [tn. 1922, William Siiiell] ; Hon. Thelma 

Eurene [m. 1923, Noel G. Hanis, M.R.C.S. ; and has 

issue]; and Hon. Angela Estelle [m. 1927, George H. 

Goff]. Seat — Gledhow Hall, Leeds. Town res.— 3 Cadogan 

Square, S.W. Clubs— Bath ; Reform. 

Hon. James Clifford Kitson, b. 1864. 

Hon. Roland Dudley Kitson, D.S.O., M.C, J. P. W. R. 

Yorks., Capt. late W. Yorks. Regt., served G eat War 

1914-18, Lieut. 7th and 8th Batts. W. Yorks. Regt., B.A. 

(L'anib.), b. 1882; m. 1913, Sheila, yr. d. of late Frank 

Edward Vandeleur ; and has issue — Oliver James Kitson, 

Esq., ^.1915; and Veronica Vandeleur. Address— 7 King's 

Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. Club— Reform. 

KLEINWORT of Bolnore, Cuckfield (H. Coll., 1909). 
Or, a lion rampant sable, on a chief of the last three oak-trees 
eradicated proper. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a 
wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, three leaves of 
clover proper. Motto— " Nil sine labore." 

Son of Alexander Frederic Henry Kleinwort, b. 1815 ; 
d. 1886 ; m. 1852, Sophia Charlotte, d. of Hermann 
Diedrich Greverus of The Grove, Denmark Hill: — 
Sir Alexander Drake Kleinwort, 1st Bart. (1 09), Banker, 
Chmn. of London Board of North British and Mer- 
cantile Insurance Co., b. 1858; m. 1889, Etiennette Girard ; 
and h s surv. issue— (1) Alexander Santiago Kleinwort. 
Esq. , b. 1892 ; (2) Ernest Greverns Kleinwort, Esq. , b. 1901 ; 
(3) Cyril Hugh Kleinwort, Esq., b. 1905; Sophie Louise; 
and Henrietta Hortense [m. 1920, Squadron-Leader 
Douglas Evill, D.S.C., A.F.C., R.A.F. ; and has issue]. 
Sea/— Bolnore, Cuckfield, Sussex. Town res— 30 Curzon 
Street, W. Marine res. — 105 Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

KLEINWORT (H. Coll, 1927.). Or, a lion rampant 
sable, on a chief ermine an increscent between two mullets 
of six points azure. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a 
wreath of thecolours.three sprigsof cl verproper. Motto— 
"Nil sine labore." Livery— Black and gold. 

Eld. son of Alexander Frederick Hmry Kleinwort, 

b. 1815 ; d. 1886; m. 1852, Sophie Charlotte, 

d. of H. D. Greverus: — 

Herman Greverus Kleinwort, Gentleman, b. 1856; m. 

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has issue— Marguerite Wilhelmine; Helen Pauline ; Sophie 
•Charlotte ; Marie Louise Leonie ; Alice Dorothy ; Lilly 
Emily ; and Daisy Jeanne. Seat — Wierton Place, nr. 
Maidstone, Kent. Town res. — 45 Belgrave Square, S.W.i. 

KNAPP(H. Coll.). Per pale or and sable, a lion passant 
counterchanged, holding in the dexter paw a broken sword 
in bend sinister, blade downwards proper, pommel and 
hilt gold, on a chief dancettte per pale of the second and 
first, three esquires' helmets of the third, garnished gold, 
Mantling sable and or. Crest On a wreath of the colours, 




upon a laurel-branch vert, an arm embowed in armour 
proper, garnished gold, grasping a broken sword as in the 
arms, and charged with two frets, one above and one below 
the elbow sable. Motto "In bello aut in pace." 

Son of Matthew Grenville Samwell Knapp, Esq., J. P., 
b. 1832 \d. 1896; m. 1867, Catharine Eliza Spottiswoode, 
d. of Robert Robertson Bruce, Lieut. Bengal Art. :— 
Robert Bruce Knapp, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; m. and has 
issue. Res. — Lin ord Hall, Wolverton, Bucks. 

KNAPTON. Gules, a chevron danrettee ermine, 
between three chaplets or. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest— On a wreath of the coiours, a garland gules, 
fioreated or, about a lance argent. Motto— " Pretiuni 
victoribus coronse. " 

Sons of Augustus Lempriere Knapton Knapton, Esq., 
Capt R.N., J. P. co. Southampton, b. 1854; d. 1922; 
m. Jan. 17, 1803, Gwendoline, eldest dau. of Commander 
Fiederick William Bayly Jones, R.N. : — 
Anthony Graham Lempriere Knapton, Esq., R.N., b. 
April 25, 1898; m. 1925, Germaine Sophie, only d. of M. 
Collin, of Neuilly, Paris; and has issue— Odber Augustus 
Louis Knapton, Gentleman, b. 1927; and Man Rose Eliza- 
beth. Seat— Rope Mill, Boldre, Lymington, Hants. Club— 
— East India United Service. 

William Gwyn Dansey Knapton, Gentleman, b. May 1, 
1904. 

Edric Guy Philip Bromfield Knapton, Gentleman, b. 
Nov. 23, 1910. 

KNARESBOROUGH, Baron, see MEYSEY-THOMP- 
SON. 

KNATCHBULL (Vn. of Kent, 1574, probably much 
earlier). Azure, three cross crosslets fitchee between two 
bendlets or. Crest— On a chapeau azure, turned up 
ermine, a leopard statant argent, spotted sable. Motto — 
" In crucifixa gloria niea." 

Descendants of Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Knatchbull, 9th 
Bart., b. 1781 ; d. 1849; m. 2nd, Fannv Catherine, 
eld. d. of Edward Knight of Godmeisl.am, Kent [all 
bear the name and arms of Knatchbull-Hugessen, viz. : 



Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, on a mount vert, two boars 
erect respecting each other sable, their forelegs resting 
against an oak-tree proper (Hugessen); 2 and 3, 
Knatchbull. Crests — 1. an oak-tree proper between 
two wings elevated, the pinions azure, feathered or 
(Hugessen); 2. Knatchbull]: — 

Sons of 1st Baron Brabourne, b. 1829 ; d. 1893 ; m. 1st, 
1852, Anna Maria Elizabeth (d. 1889), d. of Rev. Marcus 
Richard Southwell, V. of St. Stephen's, St. Albans ; 
2nd, 1890, Ethel Mary, d. of Col. Sir George Gustavus 
Walker, K.C.B. :— 
Rt. Hon. Sir Cecil Marcus Knatchbull-Hugessen, 4th 
Baron Brabourne (26 Aug. 1880), and 13th Baronet (4 Aug. 
1641) [Supporters (1880) — On either sidea leopard argent, 
pellette"e, gorged with a wreath of oak vert, fructed gold, 
holding in the mouth a cross crosslet fitchee or], B.A. 
(Cantab.), Barr.-at-Law, b. 1863; m. 1893, Helena Regina 
Frederica(rf. 1919), d.. of late Hermann von Flesch Brunnin- 
gen, Imperial Councillor of Vienna; and has issue — Hon. 
Michael Herbert Rudolf Knatchbull, M.C. , Flight- Lieut. , 
late R.A.F., b. 1895, assumed by Deed Poll 1919, the 
surname of Knatchbull only [m. 19 19, Lady Doreen Geral- 
dine Browne, d. of Marquess of Sligo ; and ha^ issue — 
Norton Cecil Michael Knatchbull, Esq., b. 1922; John 
Ulick Knatchbull, Esq. , b. 1924. Res. — Mersham le Hatch, 
Ashford, Kent. Clubs — -Marlborough, Beefsteak, Travel- 
lers'. 

Hon. Adrian Norton Knatchbull-Hugessen, b. 1891 ; 
in. 1922, Margiret, d. ofG. H. Duggan, < f Montreal; and 
has issue — Edward Harrick Knatchbull-Hugessen, Esq., b 
1923; Kenneth Wyndham Knatchbull-Hugessen, Esq. , b' 
1925; Andrew John Knatchbull-Hugessen, Esq., b. 1926° 
Address — 43 Trafalgar Avenue, Montreal, Canada. 

Sons of Rev. Reginald Bridges Knatchbull-Hugessen, 

B.A. Oxford, late Rector of West Grinstead, Sussex, b. 

1831 ; d. 1911 ; m. 1st, 1866, Maria (d. 1880), d. of Rev. 

Tatton Brockman, M.A. ; 2nd, 1885, Rachel Mary, d. 

of Adm. Sir Alexander Leslie Montgomery, 3rd Bart. : — 

Everard Knatchbull-Hugessen, Esq., Major, late 58th, 

late Northamptonsh. Regt. , b. 1871 ; m. 1908, Grace 

Marshall, eld. d. of James Arthur Hindmarsh of Ayr, N.B. ; 

and has had issue— John Sancroft Knatchbull-Hugessen, 

Gentleman, b. 19 17 ; d. 1928 ; Mary ; and Pleasance Anne. 

Res. — Harrietsham, Kent. Club — Junior Carlton. 

Hughe Montgomery Knatchbull-Hugessen, Esq., C.M.G. 
(1920), Counsellor H.M. Diplomatic Service, B.A., b. 1886 ; 
m. 1912, Mary, d. of Brig.-Gen. Sir Robert Gordon-Gilmour, 
Bart., C.B.. C.V.O., D.S.O. ; and has issue — Norton 
Reginald Knatchbull-Hugessen, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; 
Elizabeth; and Aletheae, Res. — 153 Rue Joseph II., 
Brussels. 

Son of Reginald Edward Knatchbull, Esq., Lt.-Gen. 
R.A. (s. of 8th Bart.), of Claremont Court, Jersey, b. 
1812 ; d. 1885 ; m. 2nd, 1852, Sarah Emma, d. of Capt. 
Owen Lomer : — ■ 
George Windham Chichester Knatchbull, Esq., C.M.G. , 
Hon. Brig.-Gen. , late Lt. -Col. Indian Army, £.1862; wz.1900, 
Constance [d. 1913), d. of Alexander Marsden, M.D. ; and 
has had issue— (1) Wyndham Marsden Knatchbull, Gentle- 
man, Lieut. W. Kent Regt., b. 1901 ; (2) Walter Dalrymple 
Knatchbull, Gentleman, Lieut. The Buffs, b. 1905 ; d. 1927. 
Res. — 

Rev. Henry Dalrymple Knatchbull, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 
1864 ; m. 1902, Cecilia Maud, ygst. d. of late Samuel 
Woodhouse, Esq., D.L., of Norley Hall, Cheshire; and has 
issue— Mary ; and Ursula. Res.— Sunny side, Budleigh 
Salterton, Devon. 

Owen Edward Knatchbull, Gentleman, b. 1868 ; m. 1892, 
Amy Elizabeth, d. of Edward Bingley Wright of Bingley ; 
and has issue — Reginald Edward ' Knatchbull, Esq., 
Capt. I.A.R.O., b. 1893 ; and Daphne Mary. Res. — 

Son of Wadham Knatchbull, Esq., J. P. Cornwall, 
M.A. (Cantab.), b. 1831 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1862, Maria 
Helena, d. of Rev. Bryan Faussett of Heppington, 
Kent: — 
Edward Wadham Knatchbull, Esq., J. P. Wilts., b. 1863 ; 
m. 1894, Gertrude Louise, d. of Rev. Thomas Sellwood 
Stephens, Rector of St. Erme, Truro; and has issue- 
Eleanor Gertrude \m. 1924, Capt. R. Glynn Griffiths, 
Wilts. Regt,]; Dorothea Wyndham [m. 1927, Richard M. 
Thomas, R.A.F.] ; and Beatrice Wadham. Seat— Winsley 
Manor, Bradford-on-Avon. Club — Constitutional. 

Son of Francis Knatchbull, Esq., Col. istBatt. Norfolk 
Regt., b. 1832; d. 1920 ; m. 1870, Sarah, d. of T. M. 
Persse of Mount Vernon, co. Galway : — 
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R.H.A., b. 1873; m. 1911, Sybil Mathilde, yst. d. of late 
Ulick Ralph Burke, M.A. ; and has issue — Charles Norton 
Knatchbull, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Angela Alice ; and Zara 
Eleanor. Res. — Hungerford, Berks. 

KNIGHT, see ROUSE-BOUGHTON-KNIGHT. 

KNIGHT (R.L., 1813, H. Coll). Vert, a bend lozengy 
or, in base a cinquefoil argent, a canton gules. Mantling 
vert and or. Crest On a wreath of the colours, a demi- 
grey friar habited proper, holding in the dexter hand a 
cinquefoil slipped argent, and suspended from the sinister 
wrist a rosary sable, the breast charged with a rose gules. 
Motto — " Suivant Saint Pierre." 

Son of Wyndham William Knight, Esq., J.P., of Bilting 

House, Kent, Lieut. Rifle Brig., and Capt. Roy. E. 

Kent Mounted Rifles, b. 1828 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1849, 

Henrietta Frances (d. 1891), d. of Lt.-Col. Armstrong, 

Cape Mounted Rifl s : — 

Edward Knight, Esq., J. P. Norfolk, b. 1853; m. 1882, 

Mary Augusta Repps, ygst. d. of Rev. Henry Evans 

Lombe of Bylaugh Park, co. Norfolk ; and has issue — 

Mary Dorothea. Res. — Keswick Old Hall, Norwich. 

Son of William Brodnax Knight, Esq., Capt. Queen's 

Bays, b. 1838; d. 1896; m. 1863, Louisa Octavia 

Charlotte, d. of Courtney Stacey of Sandling Place, 

Maidstone : — 

Major-Gen. Sir Wyndham Charles Knight, K.C.I.E. , 

C.B., C.S.I,, D.S.O., J. P. Hants., b. 1863: m. 1896, 

Harriet Monica, d. of Francis J. Johnston of Dunsdale, 

Westerham ; and has issue — Austen Bertram Knight, Esq., 

M.C., Capt. Indian Army,£. 1897; Christopher Wyndham 

Knight, Esq., Lieut. Roy. Corps of Si nals, b. 1899. Seat 

— Pamber Place, Basingstoke. Club — Cavalry. 

Sons of Rev. Charles Edward Knight, Rector of Chaw- 
ton, Hants., b. 1846; d. 1912 ; m. 1872, Emma Grace, 
(d. 1924), second d. of Major John Patrickson of the 
Madras Horse Artillery : — 
Lionel Charles Edward Knight, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) 
The Buffs, b. 1872 ; in. 1907, Dorothy Mary, eld. d. of the 
late Col. Herbert Deedes ofSaltwood Castle and Sandling 
Park, Kent; and has with other issue — Edward Knight, 
Gentleman, b. 1910. Seat — Chawton House, Alton, Hants. 
Club — Jun. United Service. 

Henry Lewkenor Knight, Esq., C.M.G. , D.S.O., Col.- 
Comdt. , late of Roy. Irish Fus. , b. 1874; m. 1901, Sybil 
Madeleine, third d. of W. Howard, Esq. , of Kingswode 
Hoe, Colchester ; and has issue —Nancy Lewkenor. Club 
—Jun. United Service. 

William John Knight, Gentleman, b. 1875 ; m. 1900, Mary 
Adela, d. of the late Rev. E. B. Knight ; and has issue— 
(1) Lionel John Knight, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Ernest 
Montagu Knight, Gentleman, b. 1903; (3) Christopher 
Edward Knight, Gentleman, b. 1905. Res. — 

George Brook Knight, Gentleman, b. 1877; m. 1915, 
Flo ence Madeleine, d. of Rev. Arthur Burr, and has issue — 
Pete Austen Knight, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Janet Brodnax ; 
and Cassandra Madeleine. Res. — Pyes, Knotty Green, 
Beaconsfield. 

KNIGHT (H. Coll.). Paly of six argent and azure, on 
a canton of the last, a spur, rowel downwards, leathered or. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a hawk, wings elevated proper, standing on a 
spur lying fessewise or. 

Bruce-Pryce (R.L. , 1872, H. Coll.). Quarterly, r 
and 4, gules, three chevronels, that in chief surmounted 
by a crescent at the point argent (Pryce); 2. or, a saltire 
gules, on a chief of the last a martlet of the field (Bruce) ; 
3. Knight as above. Mantling gules and argent. Crests 
— 1. on a wreath of the colours, a rock, thereon a Paschal 
lamb proper (Pryce); 2. on a wreath of the colours, a 
cubit arm in armour in bend grasping a sceptre proper 
(Bruce) ; 3. the crest of Knight as above. 

Sons of Alan Cameron Bruce-Pryce, Esq., J.P. co. 
Glamorgan, M.A. (Oxford), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1836 ; 
d. 1909; m. 1st, 1858, Louisa (d. 1868), only child of 
late Lt.-Col. J. H. Slade, 2nd Dragoon Guards ; 2nd, 
1873, Anna Mary Synnot, eld. d. of G. Woods Maunsell 
of Oakley Park, co. Kildare : — • 
George Lewis Bruce, Esq., J.P. Glam. , Barrister-at-Law, 
b. 1862 ; m. 1903, Helen Campbell, d. of Malcolm Alex- 
ander Rankin, M.D. , of Luton, Beds. ; and has issue — 
John Henry Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1905; Helen Mary; 
Frances Margaret ; and Edith Cameron. Seats — Blaeny- 



cwm, Monknash, nr. Bridgend, co. Glamorgan ; Wood- 
berrie Knoll, Loughton. 

Alan George Cameron Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. — 

Edward Maunsell Bruce, Gentleman (twin with his 
brother), b. 1874 ; m. 1909, Mabel, d. of Col. Noges, and 
has issue — (1) Ronald George Maunsell Bruce, Gentleman, 
b. 1910; (2) Michael Edward Elliot Bruce, Gentleman, b. 
1911 ; (.3) Anthony Robert Noges Bruce, Gentleman, b. 
19T4. Res. — 

John Synnot Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1880 ; m. 1919, 
Eiiene, d. of Arthur Wilson. Res. — 

Charles FitzRoy Bruce Gentleman, b. 1886; m. 1913, 
Dulcie Elaine, third d. of Sir Armine Morris, 4th Bart. 
Res.— 

Ewen Cameron Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1890; m. 1915, 
Eugenie, d. of the late G. Power, and has issue. Res. — 

Bruce (R.L., 1805, H. Coll.). Arms and Crest ot 
Bruce as above (vide Bruce-Pryce). Mottoes — (over crest) 
" Fuimus " ; (under arms), " Ofner na ofne angau." 

Son of John Bruce Bruce, Esq., Commander R.N., 

b. 1838; d. 1880; m. 1870, Annie, d. of Rev. George 

Boyes : — 

Brig-Gen. Thomas Bruce, C.M.G., D.S.O. , R A. (ret.), 

Dir. of Remounts for Scotland, b. 1871 ; m. 1902, Violet 

Augusta, d. of Alan Cameron Bruce-Pryce; and has issue 

— Four sons. Res. — The Red House, Sherborne, Dorset. 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Henry Campbell Bruce, 2nd Baron 

Aberdare, T.P. and Vice-Lieut, co. Glamorgan, late 

Lt.-Col. 3rd V.B. Welsh Regt., b. 1851 ; d. 1929; 

m. 1880, Constance Mary, only d. of Hamilton Becket 

by Hon. Sophia Clarence Copley, d. of Lord Lynd- 

hurst : — 

Rt. Hon. Clarence Napier Bruce, 3rd Baron Aberdare 

(23 Aug. 1873) [Supporters— Two lions, the dexter argent, 

the sinister azure, both collared or, and pendent therefrom 

an escutcheon, that on the dexter of the arms of Knight (as 

above), that on the sinister of the arms of Bruce (as above)], 

B.A. (Oxford), Barrister-at-Law Inner Temple, Capt. 




M.G.C., served Great War, b. 1885; m. 1912, Margaret 
Bethune, only d. of Adam Black ; and has issue — Hon. 
Morys George Lyndhurst Bruce, b. 1919 ; Hon. Nigel 
Henry Clarence Bruce, b. 192 1 ; Hon. Rosalind Louise 
Balfour ; and Hon. Gweneth Margaret. Seat — Llanwvsg, 
Crickhowell, S. Wales. Res. — r Lowndes Square, S.W. 

Hon. John Hamilton Bruce, b. 1889 ; m. 1923, Cynthia, 
d. of Julian Grant Duff Ainslie, and has issue — Daphne 
Juliet. Res. — Cefn Pennar House, Mountain Ash, co. 
Gl imorgan. 

Hon. Victor Austin Bruce, b. 1897; m. 1926, Mildred 
Mary, d. of Lawrence Petre. Res. — The Woodbines, 
Esher, Surrey. 

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Aberdare.P.C, G.C.B., D.C.L., b. 1815 ; rf. 1895 ; tn. 

1st, 1846, Annabella (rf. 1852), only d. of Richard 

Beadon of Clifton, by Annabella A'Court, sister of 1st 

Lord Heytesbury ; 2nd, Norah Creina Blanche, d. of 

Lt.-Gen. Sir William Napier, K.C.B., by Caroline, d. 

of Gen. Hon. Henry Fox: — 

Hon. William Napier Bruce, C.B., Barr.-at-Law, late 2nd 

Sec. Board of Education, b. 1858; tn. 1882, Emily, d. of 

Gen. Sir Montagu Scott MacMurdo, G.C.B. ; and has issue 

— William Fox Bruce, Esq., D.S.O., M.C. , Inspector 

Ministry of Agriculture, Lt.-Col. late R.E. (T.F.), b. 1883 

[m. 1921, Sybil, d. of Major Alfred O. Lyon, and widow of 

Major F. Chevenix Trench] ; and Susan Norah. Res. — Hare 

Dene, Albury Heath, Surrey. Club — Athenaeum. 

Hon. Charles Granville Bruce, C.B., M.V.O. , Brig. -Gen. 
(ret.) Indian Army, b. 1866; tn. 1894, Finnetta Madelina Julia, 
d. of Col. Sir Edward Fitzgerald Campbell, 2nd Bart. Res. 
— 17 Kensington Crescent, W.14. 

Son of Ven. William Conybeare Bruce, M.A. (Oxon.), 

Archdeacon of Monmouth, b. 1844 ; d. ; m. 1872, 

Antonia, d. of Rev. John Montague Cholmeley : — 

Rev. Montague William John Bruce, Clerk in Holy Orders, 

b. 1873. Res. — Llwyn-y-Mor, Turgoose, P.O. Victoria. 

B.C. 

Son of Rev. William Bruce, M.A. , formerly Canon of 
Llandaff, b. 1816 ; d. 1894; tn. 1st, 1843, Mary Eliza- 
beth (d. 1866), d. of Very Rev. W. D. Conybeare, 
Dean of Llandaff; 2nd, 1868, Margaret Harriet, d. of 
Col. H. S. Olivier :— 
Archibald Dacres Austin Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1869; tn. 
1894, Ismay Ursula Annunciata, ygr. d. of Sir Walter 
Smythe, 8th Bart. ; and has had issue — (1) Reginald Bruce, 
Gentleman, b. 1894; (2) Charles Bruce, Esq., Capt. Gordon 
Highlanders, b. 1895 ; killed in action 1917. Res. — Acton 
Burnell Hark, Shrewsbury. 

Sons of Lewis Knight-Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1829 ; d. 
; tn. 1856, Emilia, d. of Augustus Sullivan of 
Ritchings, Bucks. : — 
Lewis Hobart Bruce, Gentleman, b. i860. Res. — 
Frances Villiers Bruce, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. — 
Gerald Trevor Bruce, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., Collate 
Glam. Yeo., b. 1871 ; tn. 1896, Lilian, d. of the late Thomas 
W. Booth' r, of Verlindra, Glam., and has issue — 1 son ; 
2 daus. Res. — The Grange, St. Hilary, Glamorgan. 

Knight-Bruce (R.L. , 4 Sept. 1837). Quarterly, 1 
and 4, or, a saltire gules, on a chief of the second a martlet 
of the field (Bruce) ; 2 and 3, paly of six argent and azure, 
on a canton of the last a spur, with rowel downwards, 
leathered or (Knight). Mantling gules and or. Crests 
t. on a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in armour in bend, 
grasping a sceptre all proper (Bruce) ; 2. on a wreath of the 
colours, a hawk, wings elevated proper, standing in a spur 
lying fessewise or (Knight). Motto — " Fuimus." 

Only surv. son of Lewis Bruce Knight-Bruce, Esq., 
J. P., B.A., b. 1820 ; d. 1906; m. 1846, his cousin Caroline 
Margaret Eliza, only dau. of Thomas Newte of 
Tidcombe, co. Devon: — 
James Comyn Lewis Knight-Bruce, Esq., O.B.E., Col. 
late 3rd Buffs ; b. 1858. Res.— 23 Gledhow Gardens, S.W. 

KNIGHT. Or, three bendlets azure, on a chief gules, a 
wreath of oak between two spurs of the first. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, on a 
Roman fasces lying fessewise, a spur leathered, rowel up, 
all or, between two wings displayed gules, each charged 
with a wreath of oak as in the arms. Motto, " Virtute et 
labore." 

Son of Sir Henry Edmund Knight, Knight Bachelor, 
J. P. for co. Middlesex, Lieutenant and Alderman of 
the City of London, Lord Mayor 1882, b. 1833; d. 
1917; m. 1st, ; 2nd, Elsie 

Mary d. of - - : — 



Henry Edmund Knight, Esq.. Lieut. City of London, 
1866 ; tn. 1889, Florence, d. of John Whyman, of Sutton. 



b. 
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HENRY WILLIAM KNIGHT-ERSKINE, Esquire, 
formerly of Pittodrie, J. P. and D.L. for co. Aber- 
deen. Born 1858, being the only son of Colonel Henrv 
Knigbt-Erskine of Pittodrie, J.P. and D.L., by his 
wife Mary Ann, eldest dau. and co-heir of George 
Moir of Denmore (by his wife Mary, dau. of 
Sir William Bruce, Baronet, of Stenhouse). Armorial 
bearings (L.O., 1868)— Quarterly, 1. argent, on a pale sable 
three fleurs-de-lys or (for Erskine) ; 2. or, three piles in point 



gules (for the lordship of Brechin) ; 3. argent, three pallets 
gules, on a canton azure, a spur, the rowel downwards or 
(for Knight) ; 4. argent, three negroes' heads couped proper, 
banded of the field (for Moir). Upon the escutcheon is 
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, 
doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for 
Crest, ademi-lion rampant gules, armed and langued azure, 
holding in the dexter paw a thistle proper, and in 'he sinister 
a fleur-de-lys azure. Supporters — Two naked boys proper, 
wreathed about the middle with scarfs azure. Mottoes 
(over the crest)— "Je pense pluis " ; (below the shield) — 
" Fisus et fidus et regia duxit." Clubs— Carlton, Junior 
Carlton, Junior United Service. 

KNIGHT-GREGSON of Lowlynn Beal (R.L., 28 July 
1842, H. Coll.). Argent, a saltire gules, recercellee, en- 
grailed azure, a canton chequy erminois and of the last. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a cubit arm couped argent, charged with a bendlet 
wavy azure between two others gules, tied round the wrist 
with a riband of the same colours and holding in the hand 
proper a battleaxe or, the staff sable, entwined with a 
wreath of oak fructed also proper. 

Son of Alfred Knight-Gregson of Lowlynn Beal, d. 
1885; m. , Harriette, d. of Septimus Lomax : — 

Clarence Knight-Gregson, Gentleman, b. 1878; tn. 1899, 
Alice Louise, d. of late Christopher William Cattell ; and 
has issue — Clarence Anthony Knight-Gregson, Gentleman, 
b. 1900; and Joy. Seat — Lowlynn Beal, Northumberland. 

Sir CHARLES VALENTINE KNIGHTLEY, 5th 
Baronet (2 Feb. 1798), J.P. and D.L. for Northamptonshire. 
Born July 22, 1853, being the eldest son of the late Rev. 
Henry Charles Knightley, Vicar of Combroke, Warwick- 
shire, by his wife Mary Maria, eldest dau. of Captain 
Sylvester Richmond, 49th Regt. Armorial bearings- 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, ermine ; 2 and 3, paly of six or and gules, 
all within a bordure azure. Motto — " Invita fortuna." 
Married, April, 26, 1883, Juliet Claudine, dau. of T. W. 
Watson of Lubenham. Seat — Fawsley, Daventry, co. 
Northampton. 

KNIGHTS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, or and azure, a 
cross quarterly counterchanged, between in the first and 
fourth quarters a grasshopper proper, and in the second 
and third quarters a well argent. Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a hind lodged 
argent, guttee-de sang, pierced in the shoulder by an 
arrow also argent. Motto — " Work wins." 

Son of Frederick Knights, of Camberwell, b. 1838 : — 

Henry Newton Knights, Esq., M.B.E., J.P., M.P. 
N. Camberwell 1918-22, b. 1872 ; tn. 1898, Grace, d. of 
late Joseph Mitchell. Res. — 1 3 Brunswick Terrace, Hove , 
Sussex. 

KN1LL of South Vale House. Blackheath (H. Coll., 
1892). Gules, semee of crosses botonny fitchee, a lion 
rampant all or, on a chief of the last, a fasces fessewise, 
head to the dexter proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion or, holding in 
the dexter paw a cross botonny fitchee azure, and support- 
ing with the sinister a fasces in bend proper. Motto — 
" Nil desperandum." 

Son of Alderman Sir Stuart Knill, 1st Bart., Lord 

Mayor of London 1893, b. 1824; d. 1908; tn. 1850, 

Mary Anne Rose, d. of Charles Rowland Parker: — 

Sir John Knill, 2nd Bart, (n Aug. 1893), a Member of 

the Commission of Lieutenancy for the City of London, 

Sheriff of London 1903-4, Alderman 1897-1927, and Lord 

Mayor 1909-10, b. 1856; m. 1882, Mary Edith, d. of John 

Hardman Powell of Blackheath ; and has issue — John 

Stuart Knill, Esq., Lieut. R.N.R., b. 1886 [tn. 1910, Lucy 

Emmeline.d. of Capt. Thomas Henry Willis of Blackheath ; 

and has issue — John Kenelm Stuart Knill, Esq., b. 1913] ; 

and Mary Anne Dorothy. Res. — Crosslets, Alfriston, 

Sussex. 

KNOCKER (H. Coll.). Gules, three frets in fesse 
between as many fleurs-de-lys all or. Mantling gules and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a wolfs 
head erased gules, collared or, a fret of the last. Motto — 
' ' Per ardua. '' 

Son of William Knocker of Dover, b. 1761 ; d. 1847 ; 
tn. : — 

The late Frederic Knocker, Gentleman, of 69 Castle 
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KNOTT (H. Coll.). Azure, a lymphad, sails furled, 
oars in action, between three anchors erect or. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of a rising sun or, a trident erect sable. Motto—" Facta 
non verba." 

Son of Matthew Knott, of North Shields : — 

Sir James Knott, 1st Bart., of Close House, J. P., M.P. 
Sunderland 1910, Knight of Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Barrister-at-Law, 
Gray's Inn, b. 1855 ; m. 1878, Margaret Annie, d. of 
Rev. Thomas Garbutt ; and has surv. issue — Thomas 
Garbutt Knott, Esq., b. 1879. Seat — Samares Manor, 
Jersey. 



KNOWLES of Lovel Hill (H. Coll., 1914). Azure, 
a naval crown between four crosses crosslet all 
within a cross resarcelly disjoined, between as many 
crosses crosslet all or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — 



KNOWLES (H. Coll.). Gules, on a chevron cottised 
argent, between two crescents in chief and a cross crosslet 
in base argent, three roses of the first. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 







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On a wreath of the colours, an elephant statant argent, 

supporting with the trunk an anchor or. Motto — 

" Semper paratus." 

Sons of Sir Charles George Frederick Knowles, 
4 th Bt. of Lovel Hill, Vice-Adm. R.N., b. 1832; 
d. 1918 ; m. 1882, as his 2nd wife, Mary Ellen, d. of 
Cathcart Thomson, of Halifax, Nova Scotia : — 
Sir Francis Howe Seymour Knowles, 5th Bt. (31 Oct. 

1765), of Lovel riill, M.A., B.Sc. (Oxon.), b. 1886; m. 

1914, Kathleen Constance, d. of the late William Lennon, 

County Inspector R.I.C. ; and has issue — Francis Gerald 

William Knowles, Esq., b. 1915- Res.— 3 Bradmore 

Road, Oxford. 

Capt. George Johnstone Knowles, b. 1887 ; m. 1915, 

Helen Marjorie, d. of the late Capt. R. Pockley, R.N.R. 

Res. — Dangkande, Rattota, Ceylon. 

Robert Cosbv Knowles, Esq., b. 1888. Address — 

c/o Bank of Australasia, Hughenden, Queensland. 



KNOWLES (H. Coll.). Or, a chevron azure, between 
three sparrowhawks proper, on a chief of the second a 
Roman lamp inflamed of the first. Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar's head 
couped azure, armed or, holding in the mouth a bell 
gold. Motto — " Nolens nihil nosse." 

Son of John Knowles, of Lamberhead Green, 

Lanes. : — 
Rev. Atherton Knowles, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. 
Res. — St. James's Vicarage, Ratcliff, E.i. 



ram's head couped argent, armed or, three roses gules. 
Motto — "Nee diu nee frustra." 

Sons of Andrew Knowles of Swinton, Lanes., b. 1829; 
d. 1890; m. 1st, Victoria, d. of Thomas Evans of 
Dowlais' House, Glamorganshire :— 
Robert Knowles, Esq., of Swinton Old Hall and 
Ednaston Lodge (a. v.). 

Herbert Andrew Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; m. 

Res. — 

Son of Arthur Knowles, Esq., of Alvaston Hall, D.L. 
Lanes. (High Sheriff 1902), b. 1858; d. 1929; m. 1894, 
Mildred Clare (d. 1913), d. of late Capt. James Maxey 
Buchanan, J. P. : — 
John Buchanan Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1895. Seat— 
Alvaston Hall, Nantwich, Cheshire. 

Sons of Andrew Knowles, Esq., J. P. co. Gloucester 
(High Sheriff 1883), b. 1845; d. 1909; m. 1st, i8b8, 
Anne Jane (d. 1876), d. of John Cross of Gartside 
House, Bolton, co. Lancaster; 2nd, 1880, Catherine, 
d. of Rev. John Brooks of Farley Court, Reading, 
Berks. :— 
James Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1875. Seat- 
Andrew Brookes Knowles, Gentleman, I.C.S., b. 1885; 
m. , and has issue— Two daus. Res.— Playden Cot- 

tage, Playden, Sussex. 

Robert Millington Knowles, Esq., M.C., Capt. Norfolk 
Re<n , b. 1893; m. 1917, Olive Marjory, d. of John 
Anstruther Berners, Esq., O.B.E., J. P., of Woolverstone 
Park; and has issue - Andrew Knowles, Gentleman, /'. 
1918 ; Robert Bernard Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Hugh 
Grenville Knowles, Gentleman, b. 192 1. Res.— 

Sons of James Frederick Knowles, Gentleman,*. 1847 ; 
d. 1910; m. 1884, Annie Dundas, d. of John Livy, 

Warwick Livy Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1887. Postal 
add. — Belair, Birkdale, Lanes. 

Bruce Millington Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1888. 

ROBERT KNOWLES, Esquire, J. P. (High Sheriff 
1913) co Derby. Born 1856, being the eldest son of late 
Andrew Knowles, Esq., J. P., of Swinton Old Hall (the 
head of the family). Armorial bearings— Gules, on a 
chevron cottised between in chief two crescents and in base 
a cross crosslet argent, three roses of the field, and impaling 
the arms of Newall, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4, party per 
pale gules and azure, three covered cups, two and one, 
within an orle or ; 2. or, on a chief per pale gules and sable, 
three bezants (for Kyrshaugh) ; 3. vert, a lion rampant or, 
semee of caltraps sable. Upon the escutcheon is placed a 
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules and 
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Married, ist, 1883, Hannah Fenton (d. 1916), second 
daughter of the late Henry Newall, Esquire, Justice of the 
Peace, of Hare Hill, in the county of Lancaster; 2nd, 1922, 
Evelyn d. of L. Stormont ; and has Issue — Andrew 
Knowles, Gentleman, b. Feb. 17, 1897 ; (2) Robert Kav 
Knowles, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; Margery Hannah. Estates 
— Hawkshaw; Ednaston Lodge. Res.— Gorselands, Burley, 
Hants. Clubs— Junior Carlton, R.A.C. 

KNOX, see PERY-KNOX-GORE and SAUNDERS- 
KNOX-GORE. 

KNOX (Matric. L.O. 1693, R egd. U.O. 1707). Gules, 
a falcon volant or, within an orle wavy on the outer and 
engrailed on the inner edge argent. Mantling gules and 
or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a falcon close stand- 
ing on a perch proper. Motto— " Moveo et proficior." 

Second and only surv. son of Thomas Knox, 3rd Earl 
of Ranfurly, b. 1816; d. 1858; m. 1848, Harriet, d. of 
James Rimington of Broomhead Hall, co. York :— 
Rt. Hon. Sir Uchter John Mark Knox, P.C., G.C.M.G., 
5th Earl of Ranfurly (14 Sept. 1831), Baron Welles of 
Dungannon, Tyrone, Ire. (16 (an. 1781), Viscount 
Northland (5 July 1791), Irish honours, B.iron Ranfurly 
of Ramphorlie, co. Renfrew, U.K. (5 Tuly 1826), Lord-in- 
Waiting 1895-7, Gov. of New Zealand 1897-1904, Bailiff 
Grand Cross of the Order of the Hospital of St. Tohn ot 
Jerusalem [Supporters — Two falcons, wings inverted 
proper, ducally gorged, lined, beaked, membsred, and belled 
or], b. 1856; m. 1880, Hon. Constance Elizabeth Caulfeild, 
only child of James Alfred, 7th Viscount Charlemont, C.B ; 
and has had issue— Thomas Uchter Caulfeild Knox, 
commonly called Viscount Northland, Capt. Coldstream 
Guards, formerly A.D.C. to the Gov. of New Zealand 
1903-4. served in S. Africa 1901-2, b. 1882 ; killed in action 
1915 [m. 1912, Hilda Susan Ellen, yr. d. of Sir Daniel 
Cooper, 2nd Bart., and left issue — Thomas Daniel Knox, 
Esq., commonly called Viscount Northland, b. 1913 ; Hon! 
Edward Paul Uchter Kncx, b. 1914I ; Lady Annette Agnes, 
d. 1886 ; Lady Constance Harriet Stuart [in. 1905, Evelyn 
Milnes Gaskell, Esq., D.L. (a. v.)]; and Ladv Eileen Maud 
Juliana [m. 1914, Charles Loraine Clarke,' late Major R. 
Bucks. Hussars], Seat— Northland House, Dungannon co 
Tyrone. Clubs— Carlton, R.Y.S. (Cowes). 

Only son of the Hon. William Stuart Knox, Major late 

51st Foot, Hon. Col. Mid-Ulster Art., J. P. and D.L. 

co. Tyrone, M.P. for Dungannon 1851-74, b. 1826; 

d. 1900; m. 1856, Georgiana, yst. d. of John Bonfoy 

Rooper of Abbots Ripton, Hunts. :— 

Thomas Granville Knox, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Tyrone, 

late Capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. West Surrey Regt., b. 1868; 

m. 1897, Hon. Harriet id. 1928), d. of the 5th Viscount 

Clifden ; and has issue— Constance Georgiana [m. Dr. 

Henry Brand]. Club— Arthur's. 

Sons of Henry Needham Knox, Esq., Capt. R.N., 



b. 1831 ; d. 1916; in. 1859, Alexandrina Henriette 

Wilhelmina (d. 1875), d. of Mons. Jean Jacques 

Lavit : — 

Edward Knox, Esq ; , J. P. Glamorganshire and Somerset, 

b. i860 ; m. 1887, Mabel, d. of John Edward Wade of Brant- 

ingham Thorpe, Yorkshire; and has issue — (1) John 

Needham Knox, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b. 1890 [m. 1926, 

Monica, only d. of Maj.-Gen. Sir Gerald Kitson, 

K.C.V.O., C.B.. C.M.G. (Club— Jun. United Service^ ; 

Thomas Edward Needham Knox, Gentleman, Lieut. R. 

Marines, b. 1900 ; and Mabella Elinor. Res. — 7 Raby Place, 

Bath. 

Son of Octavius Newry Knox, Esq., b. 1836; d. 1923; 

in. 1866, Lucy (d. 1884), fourth d. of Hon. S. E. Spring 

Rice :— 

Leonard Knox, Esq., served Great War as Capt. R.A.S.C., 

b. 1879 ; in. 1924, Bertha Helene, d. of H. J. Brel, and 

has issue — John Leonard Knox, Gentleman, b. 1925. 

Res. — Porte de Menin, Ypres, Belgium. 

Sons of Edmund Francis Vesey Kncx, Esq., K.C., 
M.A. (Oxford), Barrister-at-Law Gray's Inn and the 
Middle Temple, Bencher of Gray's Inn, b. 1865 ; 
d. 1921 ; in. 1891, Annie Elizabeth id. 1907), only d. of 
William Lloyd of Llanmaes, Glamorgan : — 
Columb Thomas Knox, Gentleman, Lieut, late Queen's R. 
W. Surrey Regt., b. 1897. 

Noel Lloyd Knox, Gentleman, b. 1906. 

Sons of Vesey Edmund Knox, of Shimnah, co. Down, 

b. 1840 ; d. 1879 ; in. 1862, Margaret (d. 1915), d. of 

Rev. James Garrett, of Kilgaren, co. Carlow : — 

Charles Thomas Gisborne Knox, Gentleman, b. 1868; 

m. 1893, Ethel Flora, yst. d. of Surg.-Gen. A. H. Fraser, 

late Army Medical Staff; and has issue — Ethel Eileen ; and 

Cecile Grahame. Res.— 

Sir Alfred William Fortescue Knox, K.C.B. (1919) 
C.M.G. Maj.-Gen. (ret.), Mil. Attache at St. Petersburg 
1911, M.P. Wycombe Div. since 1924,1''. 1870; in. 1915, 
Edith Mary, d. of the late Col. Halkett, and widow of 
Richard Boyle. Res. — New Mile Chase, Ascot ; 13 South 
Street, Park Lane, W. 

Harry Hugh Sydney Knox, Esq., C.B. , D.S.O., Major- 
Gen, late Col. Northamptonshire Regt., b. 1873; m. 1904, 
Grace Una, d. of the Rev. R. A. Storrs, Rector of Shank- 
lin ; and has issue — Una Sheila Colleen [m. 1924, Noel 
David Stevenson, The Black Watch]. Res.— 8 Elm Park 
Gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 

Son of Rev. Charles Beresford Knox, M.A. , late Vicar 

of Lower Beeding, Horsham, b. 1825; d. 1910; ///. 

1857, Christina, d. of the late Rev. Edward Leslie of 

Annahilt, co. Down : — ■ 

Rev. Charles Edward Leslie Beresford Knox, Rector of 

Greinton, nr. Bridgwater, Somerset, b. 1864 ; m. 1903, Ethel 

Margaret, d. < f the Rev. Francis John Dickson of Ribchester, 

Lanes. ; and has issue — Charles Francis Knox, Gentleman, 

b. 1917 ; Margaret Leslie ; and Christina Katherine Mary. 

Res. — Greinton, nr. Bridgwa'er. 

Son of Andrew Ferguson Knox of Urney Park, /». 
1816 ; d. 1870 ; m. i860, Katherine Georgiana Eliza- 
beth (d. 18Q5), second d. of Latham Blacker of Glenkean, 
co. Londonderry : — 
Robert Ferguson Knox, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.E., b. 1868; 
m. 1896, Edith Mary, d. cf T. W. D. Humphreys; and has 
issue — (1) William Humphreys Knox, Gentleman, Lieut. 
R.E. , b. 1897; (2) George Latham Knox, Gentleman, />. 
1900. Res. — 

Only son of Thomas John Knox, b. 1819 ; d. 1877 ; in. 

1849, Emma Augusta, d. of James Carey of Guernsey : — 

Rev. Thomas Carey Knox, M.A. , b. 1862; m. 1891, 

Georgiana Emily (d 1924), d. of Richard Waller of Troy, 

co. Londonderry. Res. — Windvridge, Broadstone, Dorset. 

Only sons of Charles Jeffrey Knox, Madras C.S. , 

b. 1841 ; d. 1881 ; in. ist, 1864, Elizabeth Georgina 

(d. 1874), third d. of the Rev. Thomas Dawson Logan, 

Rector of Charlestown, co. Louth, Ireland : — 

Thomas Vesey Melville Knox, Gentleman, b. 186=;. 

Res.— 

Charles Arthur Northland Knox, Gentleman, b. 1867. 
Res.— 

Son of Vesey Knox. Comm. R.N. , b. 1847; d. ; 

in. 1885, Helen, d. of Benjamin Leigh of Manchester: — 
Albert Vesey Bent Knox, Gentleman, b. 1887. Res. — 
Surv. sons of Rev. Thomas Knox, Rector of Lurgan, 
b. 1807; d. 1871 ; in. ist, 1840, Eliza Winckworth (d. 
1850), d. of Ellis Bent ; 2nd, 1861, Emily Jane, d. of 
the Rev. T. D. Logan :— 



Eno 

Cheney John Mansell Knox, Gentleman, *. 1848. Res- 
William Arthur Logan Knox, Gentleman , *. 1864. Res- 
Thomas George Keith Knox, Gentleman, *. 1869. Res.- 
Only surv. son of Most Rev. Robert Knox, D.D.. 
Archbishop of Armagh, and Lord Primate of All 
Ireland, consecrated Bishop of Down, Connor and 
Dromore 1848, and translated to the Primacy 1886, b 
!8o8; d. i8q 3 ; m. 1842, Catherine Delia (d. 1897), 
d. of Th omas Gibbon Fitzgibbon of Ballyseeda, co. 
Limerick : — _ _ . . 

Lt -Gen Sir Charles Edmond Knox, K.C.B. (ret.), 
formerly Col. Shropshire L.I., served with Bechuanaland 
Expedn. 1884 and S. Africa 1899-1901, comdg 4 th Div 
Southern Command 1902-6, formerly in command of 32nd 
Regtl. Dis., b. 1846. Club— Naval and Military. 

KNOX (U.O.). Gules, a falcon volant or, within an 
orle waved on the outer and engrailed on the inner edge, 
ardent. Mantling gules and or. Crest— A falcon on a 
pe'rch, all proper. Motto—' ' Vi et virtute." 

Ygst. son of Col. Andrew Knox of Prehen, M.P. , m. 
Mary, d. of Dominick M'Causland: — 
Thomas Knox, Gentleman, b. ; m. , Mary Anne, 

d. of George Franks ; and has issue. Res.— 

Son of George Knox, Esq., R.M. co. Sligo, £.1806; 
d. 1874; m. 1827, Caroline Catherine, d. of Charles 
Hawkes of Briarfield : — 
Thomas Conroy Knox, Gentleman, b. 1832. Res.— 
Son of Rev. George Knox, Rector of Donamon, co. 
Roscommon, m. Frances Holmes:— 
Maurice Knox, Esq., Surgeon-Major, b. 1847; m. 1880, 
Edith, d. of Major-Gen. George Noble Cave. Res — 

Son of Maurice Wilson Knox, Esq., of Kilmannock, co. 
Wexford, b. 1805; d ; m. 1831, Elizabeth, d. and 

h. of Frances White of Oldstone, co. Antrim :— 
Francis William White Knox, Gentleman,*. 1847; m. 
1871, Annie (d. 1915). d. of George Hudson of Temple 
Carrig, co. Wicklow ; and has issue— (1) George Henry 
Hudson Knox, Gentleman, b. 1874; (2) Francis William 
White Knox, Gentleman,*. 1876; (3) Richard Beresford 
Knox, Gentleman, b. 1879; <4) Maurice Wilson Knox, 
Gentleman, b. 1883 ; (5) Beresford Hubert Knox, Gentle- 
man, b. 1885 ; and Isabella Frances. Res.— 

KNOX of Redheugh, Kilbirnie (L.O. , 14 March 1914I. 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, a falcon volant between three 
mullets all within an orle engrailed on the outer side or 
Knox) • 2 and 3, ermine, five bars azure, over all a double- 
headed 'eagle displayed or (Barr, L.O. 10 March 1914). 
Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest— On a wreath of his 
liveries, a falcon close, belled and jessed proper. Motto— 
" Moveo et proficior." 

Sons of Bryce Muir Knox, Esq., J. P., of Glengarnock 
and Redheugh, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, b. 1855 ; d. 1924 I 
m. 1880, Agnes Dunlop. d. of William Barr, of Dunlop 
House, Beith : — ■ 
James Knox, Esq., I. P. co. Ayr, b. 1883; m. 1911. 
Dorothy, d. of Richard Algernon Fry, and has issue — 
Bryce Muir Knox, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; James Alexander 
Knox, Gentlemin, b. 1918 ; and Elizabeth. Res.— Red- 
heugh, Kilbirnie, Ayrshire. Club— Western (Glasgow). 

William Barr Knox, Gentleman [Arms, as above, but 
(Matric L.O.) in the centre of the quarters a crescent or, 
for difference], b. 1845. R".— Ryefield, Dairy, Ayrshire. 
Club— Western (Glasgow). 

KNOX (U.O.). Gules, afalcon, wings expanded, within 
a bordure engrailed or, on a canton of the last, a fesse 
chequy azure and argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest 
—On a wreath of the colours, a falcon close on a perch 
all proper. Motto—" Moveo et proficio." 

Sons of Francis Blake Knox of Moyne, b. ; d. 1851 ; 

m. 1839, Elizabeth Mary, d. of William Hutchinson 
of Bullock Castle : — 
Harry Blake Knox, Esq., J. P. co. Mayo, b. 
Res.— „ 

Ernest Edward Knox, Gentleman, b. ; m. i»73> 

Evelyn Florence, d. of William W. Bentley of Sydenham ; 
and has issue— (1) Ernest Blake Knox, Esq., M.D., Capt. 
R A.M.C. ; (2) Harry Raymond Blake Knox, Gentleman ; 
(3) Charles Eric Blake Knox, Gentleman ; (4) William 
Raymond Blake Knox, Gentleman; Evelyn Violet; and 
Elizabeth Mary. Seat — 

Sons of Francis Albert Blake Knox, Gentleman, 
L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I., b. 1849; d. 1908; m. 



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1873, Alice, d. of Major John Graham, Hymenstown, 
co. Tipperary: — 
Francis Blake Knox, Gentleman, b. 1873; m. Alice, d. 
ofG. Roberts, Gentleman, of Bristol; and has issue— Eric 
Francis Blake Knox, Gentleman, b. 1901. 

William Hutchison Knox, Gentleman, b. 1885. 

Son of Fitzroy Knox, Esq., J. P. and D.L. of Bnttas 
Castle, b. ; d. 1911 ; >"• 1875, Maude, d. of John 

Anthony Woods of Benton Hall, Northumberland:— 
John Frederick Knox, Esq., O.B.E., Capt. (ret.) R.N., 
b 1876. Seat— Brittas Castle, Thurles, co. Tipperary. 

Son of Rev. St. George Caulfield Knox, Rector of 
Dromard, b. 1800; d. 1864; m. 1836, Anne Cordelia, 
d. of Rev. Richard Quintus St. George :— 
Hercules Francis Knox, Gentlemen, b. 1844; m. 1870, 
Harriet Elizabeth (d. 1884), d. of Rev. John James Pox 
Rector of Kinawley; and has issue— ( 1 ) Richard Frederick 
Beresford Knox, Esq., Capt. Royal Dublin Fus., served in 
S Africa 1900-2 (Queen's medal with three clasps, King s 
medal with two clasps), b. 1878 ; (2) Hercules John Knox, 
Gentleman, M.D., B.Ch., B.A., and L.M. Univ Dub 
b. 1880 (Balliol Mid Bank, West Derby, Liverpool ; and 
three daus. Seats — 

Sons of Granville Henry Knox, Gentleman, b. 1840 ; a. 
1894 ; m. 1862, Ellen, d. of Richard Frederick Farrer : — 
Herbert Dudley Wilton Knox, Gentleman, b. 1866. 
Arthur Somerset Girtin Knox, Gentleman, b. 1872. 
Frederick FitzRoy Farrer Knox, Gentleman, b. 1873. 
James Lionel Richard Knox, Gentleman, b. 1876. 

Son of John Knox, Gentleman, of Broadlands Park, 

co. Mayo, b. 1802; d. 1874; in. 1847, Henrietta 

Adelaide, d. of Anthony Gildea :— 

John Anthony Knox, Gentleman, b. 1850; m. 1875; 

Margaret, d. of Francis Carroll of Ballintain ; and has 

issue— (1) Tames Annesley Knox, Gentleman,*. 1876; (2) 

Godfrey FitzRoy Knox, Gentleman, *. 1877; and Harnette 

Adelaide. Res.— Belgariff House, Foxf rd, co. Mayo. 

Son of Henry Augustus Knox, Gentleman, of Palmers- 
town, co. Mayo, *. 1807; d. 1887; m. 1845, Eleanor, 
d. of Henry William Knox of Netley Park :— 
St George lames Knox, Gentleman,*. 1855; w.(rst), 1894, 
Mary (d 1896), eld. d. of Rev. William Jackson, Archdeacon 
of Killala ; and had issue— May Rose ; (2nd), 1904- Florence 
Isabel, fourth d. of Capt. Albeit Henry Knox of Hollywood, 
Ballino co. Mavo ; and has further issue— (1) Cyril Albert 
St George Knox, Gentleman, *. 1905 ; (2) Edward Maurice 
Desmond Knox, Gentleman, *. 1910; and Anna Violet 
Isabel Res.— Palmerstown, nr. Killala, co. Mayo. 

Son of Edmond Francis Annesley Knox, Gentleman, 
*. 1856; d. IQ25; m. 1889, Ida, d. of Lt.-Col. Ernest 
Knox of Castlerea :— 
Rupert Alan Knox, Gentleman, *. 1890. Res.— Katntran 
Park, Killala, co. Mavo. 

Son of Arthur Edward Knox of Castlerea, and ot 
Trotton, Sussex, *. 1808; d. 1886; m. 1835, Lady 
Jane Parsons, d. of Laurence, 2nd Earl of Rosse:— 
Arthur Henry Knox, Gentleman, R.N., *. 1852. R".— 
Son of Utred Augustus Knox, Esq., J. P. cos. Mayo 
and Sli-o, D.L. co. Sligo (Sheriff co. Mayo 1875), *. 
1825; d. 1913; m. 1875, Agnes Frances Nina (d. 1906), 
d. of Sir Francis Arthur Knox-Gore, 1st Bart. : — 
Utred Arthur Frederick Knox, Esq., Capt. Res. of 
Officers, late The Roy. Irish Rifles, *. 1885. Seat— Mount 
Falcon.'nr. Ballina, co. Mayo. 

Sons of Albert Henry Knox, Esq., Capt. in Sligo Rifles 
(Mil.), *. 1827; d. 1915: m. 1855, Jane Harriett (</. 
1897), d. of lames Annesley Knox of Crosspatnck :— 
Albert Frederick James Knox, Gentleman, *. 1856. Res. 
— Owenmore, Crossmolina, co. Mayo. 

Ernest Henry Knox, Esq., J. P. co. Mayo, *. 1859; m. 
i8q 2 , Ada losephine, d. of Henry Alexander Cowper, and 
has issue -Ada Eveleen Elizabeth ; and Zinna Ethel. Res. 
—Greenwood Park. Crossmolina, co. Mayo. 
Alfred Douglas Knox, Gentleman, *. 1861. 

Son of Lt.-Col. Richard Knox, late 13th Hussars, *. 
1848; d. 1918; m. 1882, Mary Eliza, only child ot 
Clement Milward, Esq., Q.C. :— 
Clement Uchter Knox, Gentleman, *. 1890. Seat— Urace 
Dieu co. Dublin. Res. — Holt Hatch, Alton, Hants. 
Sons of Lt.-Gen. Richard Knox of Grace Dieu, co. 
Dublin, and Strathdurn, Cheltenham, *. 1 812 : d - 
1892; m. 1844, Mary Letitia, d. of Col. and Bng.-Gen. 
Bryce M'Ma^ter. H.E.I. C.S. :— 
Horace Chaloner Knox, Gentleman, P.W. Dept., India, 
*. 181:4. Res. — „ 

Walter Frederick Knox, Gentleman, *. 1866; m. 1897. 



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Klfleda Ethel, d. of late Rev. H. Rich of Carlrooke Hall. 

Norfolk. Res. — 

Sons of Robert John Knox, Esq. , J. P. , of Cahirleske, and 
Ballaghtobin, b. 1817 ; d. igoi ; m. 1853, Philippa Allen , 

d. of Frederick Lindesay of Loughry, co. Tyrone : 

Rev. Frederick William Knox, b. 1856; m. 1892, Eva 

Basile, d. of Rev. Henry G. C. Browne. Seat— Bailagh- 

tobin, co. Kilkenny. Res.— Belvoir Castle, Grantham. 
Lindesay Knox, Esq., J. P. (High Sheriff 1905), b. ; 

"•'• . d. of Major-Gen. Dennis. Res.— Bonnetstowii 

House, co. Kilkenny. 

Lieut. -Col. JOHN HERVEY KNOX-BROWNE, 
J. P. and D. L. co. Tyrone(High Sheriff 1887), late Lieut. - 
Col. N. Irish Div. R.A., late Capt. 12th Lancers, formerly 
A.D.C. to His Grace the Duke of Abercorn, Lord-Lieut 
of Ireland. Born 1843, being the eldest son of the laU- 
Thomas Richardson Browne, Esq., J. P. and D. L. , of Aug- 
hentaine Castle, by Sarah, fourth dau. of the late Hervey 
de Montmorency of Castlemorres, co. Kilkenny. Armoriai 
baarings— Quarterly, 1 and 4, ermine, a chevron azure, be- 
tween two fleurs-de-lys in chief and a cinquefoil in base sable 
(for Browne) ; 2 and 3 gules, within a bordure engrailed a 
falcon, with wings expanded or, charged on the breast with 
a pheon sable, on a canton of the second, a fesse chequy 
argent and azure (for Knox), and upon an escutcheon of 
pretence the arms of Knox-Gore, namely, quarterly, 1 and 4, 
gules, a fesse between three cross crosslets fitchee or, within 
a bordure argent (for Gore) ; 2 and 3, gules, a falcon rising 
or, within an orle waved on the outer and engrailed on the 
inner edge, a crescent for difference (for Knox). Mantling 
azure and argent ; and for his Crests, 1. upon a wreath of 
the colours, an eagle displayed with two heads vert, charged 
on each wing with a fleur-de-lys or (for Browne) ; 2. upon a 
wreath of the colours, a falcon on a perch, charged on the 
breast with a pheon sable (for Knox) ; and on an escroll 
above this Motto, " Moveo et proficio " ; and below the 
arms, " Suivez raison." Married, 1867, Louisa Eliza- 
beth, third dau. of Sir Arthur Knox-Gore, 1st Bart, (ext.), 
of Belleek Manor, co. Mayo; and has Issue— (1) Thomas 
Arthur Hervey Knox-Browne, Esq., Capt. 6th Brig. N 
Irish Div. R.A., b. 1870; (2) Mervyn William Charles 
Nesbit Knox-Browne, Gentleman, b. 1880 [m. 1911, May, 
only d. of late Barry George] ; and three daus. Seat- ' 
Aughentaine Castle, Fivemiletown, co. Tyrone Club — 
Kildare Street, Dublin. 

KNUTSFORD, Viscount, see HOLLAND. 

KNYFTON, see G RAVES- KNYFTON. 

FELIX SUMNER KNYVETT, Esquire, J. P. Herts 
Born 1839, being the only son of the late Felix Knyvett of 
Ashwellthorpe, Watford, Herts. Armorial bearings- 
Quarterly, 1. argent, a bend plain within a bordure engrailed 
sable (for Knyvett) ; 2. argent, a cross engrailed gules 
between four water-bougets sable, a label of three points 
azure, charged with as many lions rampant or (for Bour- 
chier) ; 3 France and England quarterly, within a bordure 
argent (for Plantagenet) ; 4. quarterly, or and vert (for 
Berners). Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a 
wreath of the colours, a demi-dragon with wings addorsed 
azure. Residence— Ashwellthorpe, Watford, Herts. Club 
— Conservative. 

KOE (H. Coll.). Azure, an antique ship, sails furled 
or, on a chief of the last three tridents sable. Mantling 
azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of an anchor erect sable, a falcon wings expanded gold. 

Son of Ralph Pemberton Koe, Registrar of the High 

Court of Justice, Chancery Division, b. 1830; d. 1803 ■ 

m. 1865 : — ' 

Walter Pulteney Koe, Esq., Capt. (ret.), R.N., b 1877- 

m. 1909, Hon. Winifred, d. of 4 th Baron Kensington- and 

has issue— Grace Elizabeth; and Moyra Anne. Res — 

Brockweir, Chepstow, Mon. 

KONIG(H. Coll.). Or, on a mount vert, an oak-tree 
proper, on a chief sable, a wolfs mask between two pair', 
of cramps in saltire of the field. Mantling vert and or 
Crest— Issuant from an antique crown or, an oak-tree a^ 
n the arms, between two eagles' wings argent. 

Third son of Friedrick Konig, Gentleman, b 1826- 
d 1905; m. 1854, Alette, d. of Johannes Houtuyn 
Cramer : — 
Hans Henry Konig, Gentleman, b 1870. Res —Villa 



Ikon 

Maria Serena, Menton Garavan, A./M. France. Clubs — 
Carlton, Wellington. 

KONIG (H. Coll. 1908). Or, on a mount vert, an oak 
tree proper, a chief sable , thereon a pale between two pairs of 
cramps in saltire of the field and charged with a cross-bow 
bent with arrow gules. Mantling vert and or. Crest— 




Issuant from an antique crown or, an oak-tree as in the 
arms, between two eagles' wings argent. Badge— Upon a 

crossbow bent with arrow or, a wolfs head gules. Motto 

" Necspe nee metu." 

Second son of Frederick Konig, Gentleman, b. 1826 ; 

d. 1905; m. 1854, Alette, d. of Johannes Houtuyn 

Cramer : — 
Frederick Adolphus Konig, Gentleman, b. 1867; m. 1906. 
frerda, eld. d. of Capt. Paul de Chappuis of Korschwitz, 
Silesia; and has issue — (1) Kilian Louis de Chappuib 




konig, Gentleman, b. 1910; (2) Marcus Louis de Chappuis 
Konig, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res.— Tyringham, Newport 
Pagnell, co. Bucks. ; 44 Rutland Gate, S,W. Club— 
Carlton. 

KYLE (Conf. U.O.). Per fesse sable and or, three altar 
candlesticks counterchanged. Mantling sable and or. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant per 
tesse sable and or, supporting in his paws a cross formed 
fitchee argent. Motto— " Tibi soli." 

Son of William Blacker Hamilton Kyle, Gentleman, 
M.A., b. 1846; d. 1913; m. 1882, Miss Lane :— 
William Victor Blacker Kyle, Gentleman, b. . Res.— 

Son of Henry Stopford Kyle, b. ; d. 1865 ; m. 

Julia Esther, d. of John Green of Cockermouth :— 
Henry Egerton Kyle, Gentleman, b. ; m. ; and 

has issue— Julia Hallam. Res.— Toronto, Canada. 



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KYD (L.O., 17 Feb. 1897). Argent, a fir-tree eradicated 
proper, on a chief azure between two roses a hunting-hcrn 
stringed or, garnished vert. Mantling azure, doubled 




argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a hunting- 
horn as in the arms. Motto—" Quam non torret hyems." 
Sons of David Kyd of RosenLlael, Broughty Ferry, 
N.B. , b. 1824; d. 1896; m. i860, Georgiana Charlotte, 
only d. of John Woolfryes of Salisbury : — 
Sir David Hope Kyd, Knt. Bach. (1916), Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, M.A., LL. D. (Camb.h b. 1862; m. 
i8q6, Mary Gertrude, d. of late Francis Hobson Appach, 
Esq., J. P., of Elc .t Park, Kintbury, Berks. Res.— 28 
Thurloe Square, S.W.7. Club — Carlton. 

John Normansell Kyd, Esq., J. P. Dundee [Arms as 
abwe, but rematric. with the chief engrailed. Crest (L.O. 
and H. Coll., 1914)— On a wreath of his liveries, a 
fleur-de-lys ermine. Motto, as above], b. 1864 ; m. 
1897, Anna Christina (,/. 1922), d. of the late George Halley, 




KYD (L.O. and H. Coll.). Argent, a pine-tree 
eradicated proper, with a bugle-horn pendent on one of the 
branches or, stringed gules, on a chief azure, three mullets 
of the third, a crescent for difference, also azure, all within a 
hot dure wavy ermine. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a cubit arm proper, 




Esq., J. P., of Broomhall, Broughty Ferry. Res.— Pitcastle, 
Strathtay, Perthshire; Rosendael, Broughty Ferry, co. 
Forfar. 



■Quemnon torrgt hy&m^j 



holding three ears of wheat on one stalk, an increscent or 
the whole debruised by a bendlet sinister wavy ermine. 
Motto— "Ouem non torret hyems." 

Only son of Alexander Kyd, Esq., Capt. I. and R. 

Austrian Army, b. 1832; d. 1910; m. i860, Mary, d. 

of the late Ludwig von Rebenburg: — 
Alexander Kyd, Esq., Capt. (retired) I. and R. 8th 
Austrian Hussars, b. 1861 ; m. 1887, Countess Sofie 
Mikes of Zabola, and has issue, Alexander John Kyd, 
Gentleman, b. July 15, 1888 \tn. 1920, Bianca, Countess 
Marenzi, and has issue -Patrick Kyd, Gentleman, b. 192 1 ; 
Louis Kyd, Gentleman, b. 1923]; Theodora [m. 1915, 
Count Karoly Wenckheim] ; and Jane. Res.— Graz, Styria, 
Austria. 

KYLSANT, Baron, see PHILIPPS. 

KYNASTON (R.L., 2 June 1868, H. Coll.). Ermine, a 
chevron gules, and for distinction a canton of the last. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of 
the colours, in front of a sun in splendour, a dexter arm 
embowed in armour, holding in the hand a sword all 
proper, the arm charged above the elbow for distinction 
with a cross crosslet gules. Motto -" Deus est nobis sol 
et ensis." 

Son of Rev. Walter Charles Edward Kynaston (for- 
merly Owen), M.A., J. P., b. 1830; d. 1903; m. i860, 
Frances Harriett (d. 1913), d. of Bedell Stanford of 
Cam, co. Cavan : — 
Walter Roger Owen Kynaston, Esq., J. P. co. Salop, 
B.A. Christ Church, Oxon. , Major Shropshire Imperial 
Yeomanry, b. 1874; m. 1912, Gwladys Elin, eldest d. of 
Sir Herbert Lloyd Watkin Williams- Wynn, 7th Bart. ; and 
has issue — John Roger Kynaston, Gentleman, b. 1914. 
Seat— Hardwick, near Ellesmere, co. Salop. Clubs — 
R.A.C., County (Shrewsbury). 

KYNNERSLEY, see SNEYD-KYNNERSLEY. 



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LACEY (H. Coll.). Azure, two bars wavy ermine, 
surmounted by a lion rampant, between three crescents 
or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath or 
and azure, a lion sejant, resting the dexter claw on a 
crescent> both or. Motto — " Semper fidelis." 

Son of : 

William Thomas Sigger Lacey, Gentleman, b. 
Res. — Richmond House, Hounslow, Middx. 

LACON (H. Coll., 1818). Quarterly, 1. per fesse indented 
erminois and azure, in the second quarter a wolf's head 
erased or (Lacon) ; 2. gyronny of eight sable and azure, 
a cross flory erminois (Ward); 3. Knowles ; 4. Beecroft. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a mount vert, thereon a falcon proper, beaked 
and belled or, charged on the breast with a cross flory 
and gorged with a collar gules. Motto—" Probitas verus 
honos." 

Sons of Thomas Beecroft Ussher Lacon, Esq. , b. 1845 ; 
d. 1899; m. 1877, Florence Dunbar, d. of R. G. Banks 
of Hayroyd House, Rosedale, Toronto, Canada: — 

Sir George Haworth Ussher Lacon, D.S.O., 6th Bart. 
(11 Dec. 1818), Lt.-Col. late 4th Batt. R. Warwicksh. Regt. , 
served in S. Africa 1901, and Great War 1914-18 (despatches, 
D.S.O.),£. 1881 ; m. 1907, his cousin, Vere Valerie Florence 
Eleanore (d. 1916), only d. of the late Henry Sidney 
Hammet Lacon of Ormesby Hall, Norfolk ; and has issue 
— George Vere Francis Lacon, Esq., b. 1909; and Cecil 
Malise Knyvett. Post, add.— Ormesby Hall, Great Yar- 
mouth. Club — Junior Naval and Military. 

Henry Reginald Dunbar Lacon, Esq., b. 1884; m. 1912, 
Hilda Mary, second d. of late William Bruce Slayter, 
M.D., of Halifax, Nova Scotia; and has issue— Beecroft 
Lacon, Gentleman, b. 1913. Pes. — Vancouver, B.C. 

Charles Cyril Roland Lacon, Gentleman, formerly Assist. 
Dist. Commr. N. Nigeria, B.A. (Oxon. ), b. 1886. Pes.— 
Ygst. son of Sir Edmund Henry Knowles Lacon, 3rd 
Bart. , M.P., b. 1807 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1839, Eliza Georgina, 
eld. d. of James Esdaile Hammet of Battersea: — 

Ernest de Montesquiou Lacon, Esq., Mayor of Gt. Yar- 
mouth 1897, M.A. Camb., late Capt. 3rd Batt. Duke of 
Cornwall's Lt. Inf., b. 1850; m. 1876, Charlotte Amelia, 
(d. 1922), d. of Lt.-Col. John Marcon of Walhngton Hall, 
Norf. ; and has surv. issue — Dorothy Mortlock [m. 1908, 
William Somerset Herbert Kevill-Davies of Croft Castle, 
co. Hereford (who d. on active service 1915)]- Seat — 
Ormesby Hall, Great Yarmouth. Pes.— 2 Wilton Terrace, 
London, S.W. 

LACY of Ampton Hall (H. Coll., 17 July 1921). 
Gyronny or and gules, on a bend sable a Lacy knot 
between two martlets of the field. Mantling gules and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle rising 
or, gorged with a collar gemel gules, and resting the 
dexter claw on a Lacy knot sable. Badge — A Lacy knot 
sable, entiled by a circlet or. Motto — " Meritis augentur 
honores." 

Son of John Pierce Lacy, of Oakmount, Edgbaston, 
b. 1839 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1868, Mary Conick : — 

Sir Pierce Lacy,ist Bart. (23 June 192 1), b. 1872 ; m. 
1898, Ethel Maud, d. of James Draper, of St. Heliers, 
Jersey ; and has issue — Maurice John Pierce Lacy, 
Lieut, (ret.) 2nd L. Gds., b. 1900; Sybil Clare [m. 1928, 
Capt. Trevor Hume] ; Cynthia Maud [m. 1928, Montague 
Waddington Oakes] ; Angela Florence ; Evelyn Mary 
Elise ; Vivien Margaret. Seat — Ampton Hall, Ampton, 
Suffolk. Clubs — Carlton, Conservative, West Suffolk 
County. 

LACY (H. Coll.). Per chevron purpure and or, in chief 
two Lacy knots of the second, and in base a lion rampant 
of the first. Mantling purpure and or. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, a Hon rampant, resting the dexter 
hind leg on a knot both as in the arms. Motto — " Meritis 
augentur honores." 

Son of Thomas Lacy, of Wood Dalling Hall, 

Norfolk :— 
Thomas John Lacy, Maj. R.A.S.C, b. . Res. — 

Waterden Lodge, Waterden Road, Guildford. 



LADE, see MILLES-LADE. 

ROBERT LAERY, Gentleman. Armorial bearings- 
Ermine, on a pile vair, between two martlets^azure, a fir- 
cone slipped and erect or. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, in 
front of a fir-cone as in the arms, a martlet azure, between 
two feathers of the last. Pes. — 

LAFFAN (U.O.). Or, a lion rampant sable, holding in 
the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis azure. Mantling sable and 
or. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, an eagle displayed 
sable, semee-de-lys or. Motto — " Vincit omnia Veritas." 

Son of Edward Sidney Laffan (son of Sir Robert Laffan), 

b. 1857 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1880, Gertrude, d. of Gen. Hew 

Prenciergast, R.E. : — 
Rev. Robert George Dalrymple Laffan, Fellow of Queens' 
Coll., Camb., b. 1887; m. 1923, Katharine, d. of the late 
George Bindloss, and widow of the late Thomas Ridsdill 
Smith. Post. add. — Queens' College, Cambridge. Club — 
Royal Societies. 

Ygr. sons of Lt.-Gen. Sir Robert Michael Laffan, 

K.C.M.G.:— 
Col. Henry David Laffan. C.M.G. (1906), was Commnr. 
on Anglo-German S.W. Africa Boundary Commn. 1898- 
1904, late R.E., b. 1858; m. 1904, Anne Charlett, d. of 
Benjamin Bennett of Minehead, Scmerset. Pes. — 78 
Greencroft Gardens, N.W.6. Club— Junior United Service. 
Major Joseph de Courcy Laffan, late R.E. , b. 1865; 
nt. 1892, Mary, d. of William Nevill ; and has issue — 
Walter Sidney Laffan, Gentleman, b. 1894. Pes. — 107 
Wantage Road, Reading. 

LAFONE (H. Coll.). Azure, within two chevronels or, 
two lions passant counter-passant of the last, supporting a 
fleur-de-lys argent, the whole between three mullets ar- 
gent, pierced of the field. Mantling azure and or. £_ Crest 




— Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion sable, charged on 
the body with a fleur-de lys argent, gorged with a collar 
nebuly and ducally crowned or, resting the dexter forepaw 
on a mullet as in the arms. Motto — " Fidus ut olim." 

Sons of Alfred Lafone, Esq., M.P., J.P., b. 1821 ; d. 

1911 ; in. 1852, Jane (d. 1885), d. of William Boutcher of 

Grately, co. Southampton : — 
Alfred William Laione, Gentleman, b. 1853; m. 1876, 
Harriet, second d. of the Rev. James Lawrence ; and has 
had issue— (1) Claude Alexander Lafone, Esq. , D.S.O. , Capt. 
2nd Batt. Devonshire Regt., b. 1877 ; killed in action 1915 ; 
(2) Harold Carlisle Lafone, Gentleman, LL. B. , Barrister- 
at-Law, b. 1879 [m. 1908, Katherine Mary (d. 1927), d. of 
the late Rev. William Piling, M.A., and has issue — 
Laurence Alexander Lafone, Gentleman, b. 1909; Peter 
Lafone, Gentleman, b. 1914 (Pes. — Hill Rise, Cobliam, 
Surrey)]. Post. add. — Springfield, Oatlands Drive, Walton- 
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Harold Lafone, Gentleman, b. 1857. Res. — Weybrook 
House, Sherborne St, John, Basingstoke. 

Rear-Adm. Albert Sumner Lafone, C.B. E. , R.N. (ret.), 
b. 1863. Res. —Weybrook House, Sherborne St. John, 
Basingstoke. 

Edgar Mortimore Lafone, Esq., O.B.E., Chief Constable 

Metropolitan Pohce, Major late 4th Hussars, b. 1867 ; m. 

, Beryl, d. of Sir Trevor Chichele Plowden, K. C.S.I. ; 

and has issue — Michael William Lafone, Gentleman, b. 

1900; and Linnet. Res. — 10 Embankment Gardens, S.W. 3. 

LAIDLAY (L.O., 1891). Sable, a crescent or, between 
three bezants. Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest — On 
a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand issuing from a heart 




holding a scimitar all proper. Motto — "Fides probata 
coronat." Livery — Black and yellow. 

Son of Andrew Laidlay, Esq., J. P., D.L. co. Hadding- 
ton, M.A., B.C.L. (Oxford), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1845; 
m. 1882, Theophila Elizabeth, d. of Rev. Charles 
Edgar Turner of Egg Buckland Vicarage, Devon : — 
Nigel Laidlay, Gentleman, Lord of the Barony of Sea- 
cliff. Post, add.— 

LAING of Etal Manor (H. Coll., 1879). Per pale argent 
and sable, two wolves' heads erased, on a chief nebuly a 
wolfs head erased all counterchanged. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of a demi-catherine-wbeel sable, a dove holding in the beak 
two sprigs of olive slipped proper. 

Son of Sir James Laing of Etal Manor, J, P., D.L. , 
b. 1823; d. 1901 ; m. 1st, 1847, Mary, fourth d. of 
Henry Tanner; 2nd, 1855, Theresa Talbot, eighth 
d. of the late Thomas Peacock : — 
Philip Henry Laing, Esq., b. 1849. Post. add. — 
Depttord Yard, Sunderland. 

Son of Arthur Laing, Gentleman, b. 1856; d. 1901 ; 
m. 1882, Jean A., niece of the Rev. William Scott 
Moncrieff of Fossaway, co. Perth: — 
Capt. Colin Moncrieff Laing, M.C., J. P., Northumber- 
land, b. 1884; m. 1915, Maud, d of Edward Joicey, of 
Blenkinsopp, and has issue — I son ; 1 dau. Post. add. — 
Glendale, Haltwhistle, Northumberland. 

Ygr. sons of Sir James Laing (see above) : — 
James Laing, Esq., b. 1858; m. 1886, Emily Cecilia, 
d. of Thomas Elliot Harrison of Whitburn, Sunderland; and 
has issue — (1) Thomas Elliot Laing, Gentleman, b. 1889; 
(2) James Cecil Laing, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; and two daus. 
Res.— 

George Laing, Esq., b. 1866; m. 1890, Annie Mul- 
holland, third d. of the Rev. Henry Stobart of Wykeham 



Rise, Totteridge ; and has issue — (1) Henry George Stobart 
Laing, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; (2) Gilbert James Laing, 
Gentleman, b. 1895; (3) Philip Sydney Laing, Gentleman, 
b. 1898 ; and two daus. Res. — 

Hugh Laing, Esq., b. 1871. 

Bryan Laing, Esq., J. P. co. Durham, Capt. Northum- 
berland Imp. Yeo. , b. 1875; m - i9°o, Eleanor, second d. 
of the late F. J. Leather, Esq., of Middleton Hall, Nor- 
thumberland, and has issue — 2 sons; 1 dau. Res. — Coles- 
hill House, Buntingford, Herts. 

LAKE (H. Coll., 1643). Quarterly, 1. for a coat 
of augmentation to be borne in the first quarter, gules, 
a dexter arm embowed in armour, issuing from the sinister 
side of the shield, holding in the hand a sword erect all 
proper, thereto affixed a banner argent, bearing on a 
cross between sixteen escutcheons (the number of Sir 
Edward Lake's wounds at Naseby) of the first, a lion 
passant guardant cr; 2. sable, on a bend between six 
cross crosslets argent, a mullet for difference (Lake) ; 3. 
argent, a chevron between three boars' heads couped sable 
(Wardall); 4. quarterly, argent and sable, on a bend of 
the last, th ee mullets of the first (Bibye). Mantling 
sable and argent. Crests — 1. (of augmentation) upon a 
wreath of the colours, a cavalier in complete armour 
on a horse cou r ant argent, bridle and trappings all 
proper, in his dexter hand a sword imbrued, holding the 
bridle in his mouth, the sinister arm hanging down useless ; 
round his body a scarf in bend gules ; 2. upon a 
wreath of the colours, a sea-horse's head argent, finned or, 
gorged with a fesse cottised gules. Motto — " Un Dieu, 
un roy, un coeur." 

Sons of Admiral Atwell Peregrine Macleod Lake, R.N. 

(ret.), forme, ly A.D.C., b. 1842; d. 1915; m. 1889, 

Constance Mary, d. of Gen. Augustus Turner: — 
Sir Atwell Henry Lake, 9th Bart. (17 Oct. 1711), O.B.E., 
Comdr. R.N., b. 1891 ; s. his kinsman 1924; m. 1922, 
Kathleen Marion, d. of the late Alfred M. Turner, of 
West Derby, Liverpool ; and has issue — Atwell Graham 
Lake, Esq., b. 1923 ; Willoughby Alfred Lake, Esq., b. 
1925; Edward Geoffrey Lake, Esq., b. 1928. Res. — 
Hubert Geoffrey Lake, Gentleman, b. 1895. Res. — 

Sons of Col. Sir Henry Atwell Lake K.C.B., b. 1808 ; 

d. 1881 ; in. 1st, 1841, Anne (d. 1847), d. of Rev. 

Peregrine Curtois of the Longhills, co. Lincoln ; 2nd, 

1848, Anne Augusta (d. 1877), d. of Sir William 

Curtis, Bart. : — 
Brig.-Gen. Noel Montagu Lake, C.B. (ret.), late R.E., b. 
1852; m. 1890, Virginia, d. of William Parnis of Con- 
stantinople ; and has issue — Edward Mcntagu Lake, 
Gentleman, b. 1891 [m. 1925, Beatrice Elizabeth, d. of the 
late Dr. H. M. Rowland]. Res.— 71 Redcliffe Gardens, 
S.W.10. 

Spencer Fenwick Lake, Esq., b. 1858. Res. — 
Hubert Atwell Lake, Esq., Lt.-Col. late R.A., b. 1867. 
Res.— 

Son of Capt. Andrew Winter Lake, b. 1821 ; d. 1865 ; 

m. 1855, Henrietta Edith Jessie, d. of Edward 

Francklyn : — 
Winter Atwell Edward Lake, Esq., late Dep. Insp.-Gen. 
of Pclice, Punjaub, b. 1858 ; m. 1883, Annie Ethel, d. of Maj.- 
Gen. W. Howey; and has issue — (1) Ernest Atwell Winter 
Lake, Esq., Major Indian Army, b. 1886 [m. 1924, Phyllis 
Marjorie, d. of J. G. Silcock, Esq., J. P.. I.C.S., of Pen- 
tower, Tunbridge Wells ; and has issue — John Winter 
Atwell Lake, Gentleman, b. 192; (Club — United Service)]. 
Res.— 

LAKIN of The Cliff, Warwick (H. Coll., 1910). 
Quarterly, indented argent and azure, in the first and fourth 
quarters a pellet charged with a lion's head erased of the 
first. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a dexter cubit arm vested sable, cuffed 
azure, the hand grasping a plasterer's trowel proper. 
Motto — " Un Dieu, un roy, un coeur." 

Son of Henry Lakin of Malvern, b. 1811 ; d. 1891 ; 

m. 1845, Rebecca Mary (d. 1891), d. of John Graves: — 
Sir Michael Henry Lakin, 1st Bt. (22 July 1909), J. P. 
and Chairman C.C. Warwicksh. (High Sheriff 1899), 
b. 1846 ; m. 1869, Alice Emma, d. of David Dewing of St. 
Catherine's Plain, Norwich ; and has had is-ue — (1) Richard 
Lakin, Esq., J. P. Warwicksh., formerly Capt. Warwicksh. 
Yeo., b. 1873 [m. 1903, Mildred Alice, d. of Geoffrey 
Joseph Shakerley of Grove Park, Warwick ; and has surv. 
issue — Henry Lakin, Esq., b. 1904; and Cynthia (Res. — 
Ashcrne, Leamington)]; (2) Henry Gilbert Lakin, Esq., 



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J. P. Warwicksh., b. 1875 [m. 1902, Sybil, d. of Sir Patteson 
Nickalls of Fallowfield, Chislehurst ; and has surv. issue — 
John Laking, Gentleman, b. 1910 (Res.— Piper's Hill, 
Bishop's Itchington, co. Warwick)] ; (3) Edward Lyon 
Lakin, Esq., b. 1879; d. 1922 [m. 1912, Dorothy Barklie, 
third d. of Col. Barklie Cairnes M'Calmont, C.B., of War- 
borne, LymingK n, Hants., and left issue — Richard Barklie 
Lakin, Gentleman, b. 1914]", (4) Maj. Michael Lawrence 
Lakin, D.S.O., M.C., late nth Hussars, b. 1881 [m. 1914. 
Kathleen, d. of Lord Maurice FitzGerald of Johnstown 
Castle, Wexford; and has issue — Gerald Michael Lakin, 
Gentleman, b. 1916; Maurice Victor Lakin, Gentleman, 
b. 1919 [Res.— Horetown, Foulkmills, co. Wexford. Club 
— Cavalry)] ; and Violet Mary [m. 1920, Major-Gen. 
Thomas Pitman, C.B., C.M.G.]. Seat -The Cliff, War- 
wick. Club — Reform. 

LAKING(H. Coll., 1902). Quarterly, per fesse indented 
azure and argent, in the first quarter a falcon close, belled 
and jessed or, in the second and third quarters an ermine 
spot sable, and in the fourth quarter a dexter gauntlet of the 
third, and as an honourable augmentation (R. L., 1907) 
on a chief gules, a lion of England passant guardant or 
Mantling- azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a dexter cubit arm vested azure, the cuff ermine, 
the hand holding a palm-branch both proper, between two 
falcons respecting each other as in the arms. Motto — 
" Palmam qui meruit ferat." Supporters — On either side 
a knight in complete armour, visor closed proper, resting 
the exterior hand on a shield of the arms. 

Son of Sir Guy Francis Laking, 2nd Bart., C.B., 
M.V.O., F.S.A., Keeper of the King's Armoury, and 
of the Armoury, Hertford House, and of the London 
Museum, Stafford House, b. 1875 ; d. 1919 ; in. 1898, 
Beatrice Ida \d. 1923), d. of Charles Mylne Barker of 
Clive House, Esher: — 
Sir Guy Francis William Laking, 3rd Bart. (28 July 1902), 
b. 1904. Res. — 

LALOR, see POWER-LALOR. 

LAMB (R.L., 1821, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. and iiii., 
quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale wavy argent and erminois, a 
chevron between three lambs passant sable (Lamb) ; 2 and 
3, per fesse argent and ermine, a fesse lozengy or and 
azure, in chief three mascles of the last, a bordure of the 
fourth, bezantee, in a dexter canton gules, a bend of the 
first charged with the baton of the office of Knight-Marshal 
(Burges); ii. and iii. , quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, three 
fleurs-de-lys or (Montgomerie) ; 2 and 3, gules, three gem- 
rings or, gemmed azure (Eglinton), the second and third 
grand quarters, all within a bordure or, charged with a 
double tressure flory counterflory gules. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a 
lamb passant sable, charged on the body with a bezant, 
thereon a trefoil slipped vert (Lamb) ; 2. on a wreath of 
the colours, a camel's head proper, bezantee, erased gules 
(Burges). Motto — " Levius fit patientia." 

Son of Charles James Savile Montgomery Lamb, 

Esq., b. 1816 ; d.v.p. 1856; m. i84i,Anna Charlotte, 

d. of Arthur Grey of Berstcd, Sussex : — 

Sir Charles Anthony Lamb, 4th Bart. (31 Oct. 179s). 

C.M.G., M.V.O., Mil. Attache at Rome 1901-6, Comm. of 

St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and of Crown of Italy, Col. 

late Rifle Brigade, Esquire of the Order of the Hospital of 

St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1857 ; m. 1886, Leila Frances, d. 

of William Rushton Adamson, Esq., D.L., of Rushton 

Park, Sussex. Res. — Hazeley House, Hartley Wintney, 

Basingstoke. Club — Naval and Military. 

LAMB (H. Coll., 21 Feb. 1924). Argent, on a fesse 
between four cinquefoils gules, a cinquefoil between two 
mullets of the field. Mantling gules and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a sun rising, a 
paschal lamb proper. Badge — Three lambs' ear leaves 
proper, tied with a ribbon or. Motto — " Palma non sine 
pulvere." 

Son of William James Lamb, Esq., J. P., of Eskdale, 
Birkdale, b. 1839 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1870, Olivia, d. of 
John Allen Sutcliffe, of Beech Mount, Dunham 
Massey, Cheshire : — 
Arthur Moore Lamb, Esq., J. P., D.L.. and (1924), 
High Sheriff Lancashire, b. 1873. Res. — Eskdale, Birk- 
dale, Lanes. Club — Junior Carlton. 



LAMB of West Denton (H. Coll., 23 Dec.1912). Sable, 
on a fesse ermine between three cinquefoils argent, two 
mullets of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— 
On a wreath of the colours, a paschal lamb proper, be- 
tween two mullets as in the arms. Motto — " Palma non 
sine pulvere." 

Son of Richard Westbrook Lamb, Esq., of West 

Denton, Northumberland, J. P., D.L., b. 1826; d. 

1895 ; m. 1855, Georgiana Elizabeth, ygst. d. of 

Stephen Eaton of Keiton Hall, co. Rutland :- 

Major Stephen Eaton Lamb, late 39th Regt., b. i860; 

m. 1898, Letitia Mary, third d. of John J. Whyte of Long- 

brickland, co. Down; and has issue — (1) Joseph Cuthbert 

Lamb, Gentleman, b. 1509; (2) Richard Anthony Lamb, 

Gentleman, b. 1911; Mildred Mary; Helen Mary; and 

Frances May. Res. — 30 Redcliffe Square, S.W. Clubs — 

Naval and Military, Union. 

WILLIAM GORE LAMBARDE, Gentleman. Born 
May 22, 1864, being the third son of the late Multon 
Lambarde, Esq., J. P., D. L., High Sheriff 1892, by his 
wife Marianna Teresa Livesey, dau. of Edmund Turton. 
Armorial bearings Quarterly of four, 1. gules, a chevron 
vair between three lambs passant argent (for Lambarde 
H. Coll., 1537) ; 2. (Home of London); 3. (Deane of Hal- 
ling); 4. (White of Beverley). Mantling gules and argent. 




Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a reindeer's head erased 
argent ("a trogodises hed rasy and horned asur "). Motto 
—" Deo patriae tibi.'' Married, 1888, FlorenceLucy, only 
dau. of the late Howard Fetherstonhaugh of Bracklyn, 
co. Westmeath ; and has surv. Issue— one daughter. Seats 
— Bradbourne Hall, Riverhead ; Beechmont, Sevenoaks, 
Kent. Clubs — Junior Carlton. Boodle's. 

LAMBART (U.O. , 1617). Gules, three narcissuses 
argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest - On a wreath 
of the colours, on a mount vert, a centaur proper, drawing 
his bow gules, the arrow or. Motto — " Ut quocunque 
paratus." 

Sons of Frederick Edward Gould Lambart, 9th Earl 

ofCavan, K.P., P.C., D.L., M.P.,b. 1839; d. 1900; 

m. 1863, Mary Sneade, only child of Rev. John Olive, 

M.A. :— 
Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Rudolph Lambart, 10th Earl of 
Cavan (Irel. , 15 Apl. 1647), and Viscount Kilcoursie, nth 
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K.P., G.C.B., G.C.M.G.. G.C.V.O., G.B.E., J. P., 
D.L. Hertford, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge, Hon. D.C.L. 
Oxon., General in the Army, Col. Irish Guards, Col. 
late comdg. ist Batt. Gren. Gds., served in South 
Africa 1900-2 (desp.), and Great War, Brig. -Gen. comdg. 
4th Guards Bde. 1914-15. Maj.-Gen. comdg. Gds' Div. 
1915, Lieut. -Gen. comdg. 14th Army Corps 1916-17, 
G.O.C. Aldershot Command 1920, ret. 1926, is Grand 
Officer Legion of Honour, Crown of Savoy, and Crown of 
Belgium, has Croix de Guerre, G.C. SS. Maurice and 
Lazarus (Italy), D.S.M. (America). [Supporters— Two 
men in armour to the waist sable, garnished or, short 
trousers gules, fringed of the second, faces, arms, knees, 
and swords proper, each having a steel cap adorned with 
six ostrich feathers alternately argent and of the third], 
b. 1865 ; tn. ist, 1893, Caroline Inez (d. 1920), eld. d. of 
late George Baden Crawley ; 2nd, 1922, Lady Hester Joan 
Mulholland, D.B.E., d. of 5th La 1 of Stafford, and widow 
of Capt. the Hon. A. E. Mulholland, and has issue— Ladv 
Elizabeth Mary. Res. — 22 Great Cumberland Place, W. 
Clubs — Guards', Turf. 

Hon. Lionel John Olive Lambart, D.S.O. , Capt. R.N. 
(ret.), b. 1873; m. 1906, Adelaide Douglas, younger d. of 
the late Capt. Arthur Randolph Randolph of Eastcourt, 
and has issue — Edith Sybil. Res. — Marsh Court, Sher- 
borne, Dorset. Clubs — United Service, Hurlingham. 

Ven. Hon. Horace Edward Samuel Sneade Lambart, 
M.A. (Oxford), Archdeacon of Salop, Vicar of St. Mary's, 
Shrewsbury 1918-25, late Lieut, ist V. B. Oxfordsh. Lt. 
Inf., b. 1878 ; m. 1907, Audrey Kathleen, only d. of the late 
A. B. Loder, Esq., J. P. ; and has issue — Michael Edward 
Lambart, Esq., b. 1911 ; Mary Veronica; and Daphne 
Olive. Res. — The Mere House, Baschurch, Salop. 

Son of Hon. Octavius Henry Lambart, Lieut. 2nd 

Somerset Militia, b. 1855 ; d. 1919 ; tn. 1878, Hannah 

Sarah (d. 191 1), d. of Hiram Edward Howard of 

Buffalo, United States : — 

Howard Frederick John Lambart, Esq., B.Sc. (McGill 

Univ.), D.L.S..F.R.G.S. ,£.1880; tn. 1908, Helen Marianne, 

d. of the late Samuel Shelly Wallbridge ; and has issue — 

Frederick Arthur Henry Lambart, Gentleman, b. 1910; 

Edward Howard Wallbridge Lambart, Gentleman, b. 

1917 ; Helen Hyacinthe ; and Evelyn Mary. Res. — 7 

Rideau Gate, W.E., Ottawa, Canada. Clubs — Alpine 

(Canada), American Alpine; Explorers' (U.S.) 

Son of Frederick John William Lambart, 8th Earl of 

Cavan, b. 1815 ; d. 1887; tn. 1838, Hon. Caroline 

Littleton, d. of ist Lord Hatherton : — 

Hon. Arthur Lambart, Major R.A. (ret.), b. 1858; 

tn. 1883, Winifred Edith, widow of George Broughton. 

Res. — 42 Parkside, Knightsbridge, S.W. Club — United 

Service. 

Son of Ford Edward Willes Lambart, Esq., Coram. 
R. N T ., b. 1849; d. 1906; m. 1894, Geraldine Elizabeth, 
d. of William Westropp Brereton, Professor of Queen's 
Coll. , Gal way : — 
Oliver Ford Westropp Lambart, Fsq., b. 1895 ; m. 1921, 
Hilda Digby. Res.— 

Sons of Frederick Richard Henry Lambart, Esq., Maj. 
late Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 1850 ; d. 1888 ; tn. 1873, 
Caroline Adeline Maxwell, only child of Walter H. 
Gill, late Cape Mounted Riflemen : — . 
Ernest Oliver Cavan Lambart, Gentleman, M.C., Lieut, 
late R. Berks. Regt. , b. 1874. Res.— 

Henry Godfrey Rodolph Lambart. Esq. , late Capt. 
Kimberley Light Horse, served S. Africa and Great War, 
b. 1876 ; tn. 1901, Ruby, youngest d. of M. J. Kerchoff. 
Res.— 

Son of Arthur Oliver Lambart, Gentleman, of East 
London, South Africa, b. 1855; d. 1903; tn. 1879, 
Annie Louisa, d. of Augustus Hillier : — 
Ford Augustus Oliver Lambart, Gentleman, b. 1880. 
Res.— 

Yr. sons of Hon. Oliver William Matthew Lambart, 
Comm. R.N., b. 1822 ; d. 1863; tn. 1844, Annie Eliza- 
beth, d. of Capt. Willes, R.N. : — 
Percy F ancis Lambart, Esq., J.P. ,C.C. for East Sussex. 
Lt.-Col. late 5th Fus. , b. 1851: tn. ist, 1881, Helen Anne 
(d. 1918), d. of the late Caot. A. Ellice, R.N. ; 2nd, 1918, 
Mary, d. of the late Capt. H. Stone, Somerset L.I. Res. — 
Sunte Brook, LindfMd, Sussex. 

Edgar Alan Lambart, Esq., C.B., Hon. Brig. -Gen. (ret.), 
late Col. R.H.A., b. 1857; tn. ist, 1884, Hannah Gerald- 
ine (d. 1887), d. of Capt. James Stirling Crawford Stirling- 
Stuart of Castle Milk, co. Lanark ; 2nd, 1891, Mary Louisa, 
eld. d. of Sir James Robert Walker, 2nd Bart. ; and has 



had issue (by ist mar.) — (1) Gerald Edgar Oliver Fortescue 
Lambart, Esq., Capt. 19th Hussars, b. 1885; d. 1916 of 
wounds received in action ; and Lilian Harriet Georgiana 
Gordon; by 2nd mar. — (2) Julian Harold Legge Lambart, 
Gentleman, b. 1893, late temp. Lieut. R.F.A., served Great 
War, has Croix de Guerre. Res. — 18 Mulberry Walk, 
Chelsea, S.W. Club — Naval and Military. 

Alfred Charlemagne Lambart, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; tn. 
ist, 1897, Constance (who obtained a div. 1914), eld. d. of 
Capt. Lyons Green, R.N. ; and has issue — Lydia Abigail 
Mary; and Helen Sybil Mary; tn. 2nd, 1920, Anne, d. of 
the late Rev. A. H. Belcher, and widow of 5th Earl of 
Mexborough. Re* — Florence, Italy. 

Son of Sir Francis Gustavus William Lambart, ist Bart. 

C.V.O., J.P. co. Meath, Major and Hon. Lt.-Col. 5th 

Batt. Leinster Regiment (Royal Meath Militia), b. 1848 ; 

d. 1926; m. 1911, Kathleen Barbara Sophia, eld. d. of 

late Col. John Arthur Henry Moore - Brabazon of 

Tara Hall, co. Meath : — 

Sir Oliver Francis Lambart, 2nd Bart. (13 July 1911), b. 

1913. Estates — Beau Pare and Barnewallstown, both in 

Meath ; Kilbeggan, in co. Westmeath. Seat — Beau Pare, 

Ireland. 

Son of Gustavus William Lambart, Esq, of Beau 
Pare, co. Meath, D.L. , Secretary of the Order of St. 
Patrick, B.A. , T.C.D., State Steward to the Lord- 
Lieutenant of Ireland 1858-9 and 1874-5, &• 1814 ; 
d. 1886 ; m. 1847, Lady Frances Caroline Maria 
Conyngham, d. of Francis, 2nd Marquess Conyng- 
ham : — 
Cyril Henry Edward Lambart, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; 
m. 1900, Ethel, d. of— — Ward of Brisbane; and has 
issue — (1) Francis Lambart, Gentleman, b. 1900; (2) Charles 
Lambart, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (3) Terence Lambart, 
Gentleman, b. 1903; )4) Cyril Lambart, Gentleman, b. 
1910 ; and 2 daus. Res. — Queensland. 

LAMBE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, two labels 
azure (Lambe); 2 and 3, gules, crusilly fitch^e, a lion 
rampant, collared and chained or (Knill). Badge— Issuant 
out of a coronet of fleurs-de-lys of four points or, a plume of 
five feathers gules. Motto—" Hope." 

Sons of John Lawrence Lambe, Gentleman, M.A. , of 
Mobberley, Cheshire, b. 1863; d. 1926; tn. 1893, 
Mina Marguerite Edwina de Laune, only child of M. 
Alexander Valerien Nicholas de Laune of Moscow 
and of 16 Rue Pierre Charon, Champs Elysees, Paris, 
by Alice, d. and heiress of Joseph Ferdinand Boissard 
de Boisdenier of Tours : — 
John Lawrence Penrose Lambe, Gentleman, b. Nov. 28, 
1894. Post. add. — Magdalen College, Cambridge. 
Philip Agnew Lambe, Gentleman, b. Feb. 23, 1897. 
Ivor Lambe, Gentleman, b. June 12, 1906. 

LAMBERT, see BENCE-LAMBERT. 

LAMBERT (U.O., 14 June 1683). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
vert, a lamb argent ; 2 and 3, ermine, an eagle displaved 
gules. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of 
the colours, a sagittarv per pale gules and argent, charged 
with a trefoil vert, the bow and arrow or. Motto—" Deus 
providebit." Livery — Green, with gold facings. 

Son of Lewis lones Lambert, Gentleman, B.A. 

(T.C.D.), b. 1798; d. 1876; tn. 1830, Georgina, d. 

of Richard Anderson, Esq., J. P., of Kilterman Abbey, 

Carrickmines, co. Dublin : — 
Richard Anderson Lambert, Gentleman, B. A. (T.C.D. ), 
M.D., L.R.C.S. (Edin.), b. 1S48. Seat — Parks wood, 
Waterford. 

Son of Henrv Patrick Lambert of Carnagh, J.P. and 

D.L. co. Wexford (High Sheriff 1864), b. 1836; 

d. 1896 : — 
George Henry Lambert, Esq., J.P. co. Anglesey, late 
Capt. Royal Anglesey Engineer Militia, b. 1866 ; m. 1897, 
lane, youngest dau. of Francis Augustine Leigh of Rose- 
garland, co. Wexford; and has Issue — Henry Francis 
Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1898. Seats — Carnagh, New Ross, 
co. Wexford ; Tan-y-Craig, Pentraeth, Anglesey. 

Sons of Ambrose Lambert, Esq., J. P., of New Grove, 

co. Kilkenny, b. 1827; d. 1878; tn. 1864, Mary, d. of 

Francis Coppinger: — 
Ambrose Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res. — 
Nicholas Henry Lambert, Esq., J. P., b. 1867. Seat — 
Dysertmore, co. Kilkenny. 

Bertrand Lambert, Gentleman, £. 1878; tn. 1899, Hon. 
Margaret Barnewall, sister of Lord Trimlestown. Res. — 



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Ygst. son of Ambrose Lambert of New Grove, b. 1789 ; 
d. 1856; m. 1823, Eliza, d. of John Snow of Lark- 
field :— 
Col. Sydenham John Lambert, R.E., b. 1842; m. 1871, 
Emily, d. of Gen. David Pott, C.B., Bengal Staff 
Corps; and has surv. issue — (1) Edward Lambert, 
Gentleman, b. 1874 ; (2) Robert Lambert, Gentleman, 
b. 1878; (3) Ambrose Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; and 
Kathleen. Res. — 11 Bessborough Street, S.W. 1. 



LAMBERT (H. Coll., Confn. 1751). Gules, three 
narcissus flowers argent, a canton or. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount 
vert, a centaur passant regardant, the human part proper, 
the hind part ermine, girt with a laurel wreath and hold- 




ing a bow and arrow gules. Motto — "Optima quseque 
honesta." 

Son of Frederick Lambert, Esq., of Garratt's Hall, co. 
Surrey, £. 1826; d. 1902; m. 1855, Caroline Emma, d. 
of James Heygate of Porter's Grange, co. Essex: — 
Fredeiick Arthur Heygate Lambert, Esq. {q.v.). 

Sons of Benjamin Lambert of Well House, Banstead, 
b. 1817; d. 1890; m. 1847, Margaret Ann, d. of 
Philip Nelson Tomlins : — 
Daniel Henry Lambert, Gentleman, Solicitor, B.A.(Oxon), 
b. 1852 ; m. 1895, H61ene Louise, only d. of late Henry 
Freeman of Lewes, Sussex; and has issue — (1) Daniel 
Edward Raymond Marston Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1898; 
[m. 1919, Patricia Mary, yngst. d. of Peter Greig ot 
Edinburgh] ; (2) Geoffrey Lionel Ernest Lambert, Gentle- 
man, b. 1901 ; Florence Beatrice Nellie ; and Violet Eliza- 
beth HeMene [m. 1925, Reginald J. C. Barrington, son of 
R. W. Barrington. of Carthagena, Spain], Res. — 31 Perrv 
Rise, Forest Hill, S.E 23. 

Edward Wilmot Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1857, Club— 
Sports. 

Sons of Henry Thomas Lambert, Esq., J. P., of Sand- 
hills, Bletchingley, and Queen's Gate, S.W., b. 1818 ; 
d. 1879; m. 1866, Georgiana Emily, d. of Rev. Sir 
Thomas Miller, Bart., of Froyle, Hants. : — 
Sir Henry Charles Miller Lambert, K.C.M.G. (1919), 
C.B. (1910), M.A. (Oxon.), late of H.M.'s Colonial Office, 
Sen. Crown Agent for the Colonies, b. 1868 ; m. 1892, 
Aileen Mary, d. of John Raynor Arthur, Esq., late Bombay 
C.S. (s. of Rt. Hon. Sir Geo. Arthur, Bt.), by his wife, Hon. 
Aileen, sister of Lord Monteagle ; and has had issue — 
Roger Uvedale Lambert, Esq., b. 1896 \m. 1922, Muriel 



Froude, d. of Sir R. Antrobus, K.C.M.G., C.B. ; and 
has issue — Henry Uvedale Antrobus Lambert, Esq., b. 
1925] ; Catherine Aileen ; Patience Violet [m, 1924, Charles 
Baxter, Esq,, M.C., H.M.'s Diplomatic Service, and has 
issue]; and Ruth. Res. — Larklands, Banstead, Surrey. 
Club — Athenaeum. 

Alfred Uvedale Miller Lambert, Esq., M.A. (Camb.), 
F.S.A., J. P. co. Surrey, late Lt. Middx. Yeo. Cav. , b. 1870 ; 
m. 1st, 1894, Violet (d. 1894), eld. d. of Walter James 
Marshall, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Patterdale Hall, Westmor- 
land; 2nd, 1904, Cecily, d. of late Gerard Hoare, Esq. , 
J.P., of Stansted House, Godstone, Surrey ; and has issue — 
Uvedale Henry Hoare Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1909. 
Res.— South Park Farm, Bletchingley, Redhill. Club— 
Windham. 

Son of William Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1820 ; d. 1891 ; 

m. 1865, Mary, d. of James Bennet of Denmark Hill, 

Surrey : — 
Ven. Charles Edmund Lambert, M.A. (Camb.), Rector ot 
St. James's, Piccadilly, Archdeacon of Hampstead, Exam- 
ining Chaplain to the Bishop of London, b. 1872 ; m. 1927, 
Helena Mary. d. of Rev. John Henry Joshua Ellison, M.A., 
M.V.O., Rector of St. Michael's, Cornhill. Res. — St. 
James's Rectcry, Piccadilly, W. Club — Athenaeum. 



FREDERICK ARTHUR HEYGATE LAMBERT, 
Esquire, J. P. for the co. of Surrey, Knight of Justice 
of the Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem 
in England, Colonel late Commanding Middlesex Yeomanry 
(Duke of Cambridge's Hussars), Captain Reserve of 
Officers, served Great War, 1917-19, Fellow of the Society 
of Antiquaries. Born 1857, being the eldest son of 
Frederick Lambert of Garratts Hall, Banstead, by his wife 
Caroline Emma, youngest dau. of the late James Heygate, 
Esq. , ot Porters Grange, in the co. of Essex, younger brother 
of the late Sir William Heygate, Bart. Armorial bear- 
ings—Gules, three narcissus argent, and a canton or. 




Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a 
wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a centaur passant 
regardant, the human part proper, and the hind part 
ermine girt with a laurel wreath vert, holding a bow 
and arrow gules. Motto — " Nosce teipsum." Livery— 



lam 



lam 



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Blue and silver. Married, May 27, 1884, Agnes Helen, 
second d.au. of the Rev. Robert Higgens, M.A. , Rural 
Dean and Vicar of Wareside, co. Hertford ; and has Issue — 
Mary Cecil'ia ; and Joyce Ethel Julia [m. 1915, Surg.- 
Lieut. Trevor Ruswell, R.N. (d. 1921) ; and has issue]. 
Estates — Garratt's Hall, Banstead ; Fairlawn House, Wood- 
mansterne, Epsom. Res.— Glyn Maiden, nr. Dolgelly, 
Merioneth. Clubs — Cavalry, United Service. 

LAMBERT. Gules, a cross crosslet or, between three 
cinquefoils pierced argent. Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a centaur proper, 
charged on the shoulder with a cross crosslet or. Motto — 
" Ut quocunque paratus." Livery — Dark blue. 

Sons of Col. Joseph Alexander Lambert of Brookhill, 

Claremorris, co. Mayo (eld. son ot Alexander Clen- 

dinning Lambert and Emma Maria Prendergast), b. 

1855 ; (/. igo7 ; m. 1887, Grace Susan, d. of the late 

William Dashwood Fane, Esq., of Fulbeck Hall, 

Grantham, Lincolnshire: — 

Alexander Fane Lambert, Esq., M.C. , Major R.A., b. 

1887 ; m. 1923, Gladys Rose Geraldine, d. of the late Capt. 

Frederick |. Gough, of Salisbury House, Clonmel. Seat — 

Brookhill, Claremorris, co. Mayo. Club — Naval and 

Military. 

Guy William Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1889; m. 1917, 
Nadine Frances Gwendolen, d. of the late Wilson Noble 
of Park Place, Henley-on-Thames ; and has issue — Robert 
Guy Wilson Lambert, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; Rachel Anna ; 
and Evelyn Millicent Marian. Res. — 86 Chester Square, 
S.W.i. Club — Athenseum. 

Francis John Lambert, Esq,, D.S.C., Lt..Comdr. R.N., 
b. 1891. ; m. 1922, Barbara Yelverton, d. of Barry Yelver- 
ton Goring, and has issue — Eloise Marian Grace Georgina. 
Res.— 

Jeffrey Maurice Lambert, Gentleman, Lieut. R.E. ,\b. 
1900. Res. — 

LAMBOURNE, Baron, see LOCKWOOD. 



LAMBTON, see DAWSON-LAMBTON. 



2nd Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, served Sudan 1898, 
S. Africa 1899-1902, Brig.-Gen. comdg. Bde. 1914-15, 
Lt.-Col. and Comdt. Durham Vol. Regt. 1917-18, b. 1857; 
m. 1912, Lavina Marion, eld. d. of William Henry Gar- 
forth of Weston Hall, York, and has issue — Charles 
William Lambton, Esq., b. 1921 ; and Diana Mary. Res. 
— Mortimer Hill, Mortimer, Berks. Club — Turf. 

Hon. George Lambton, b. i860; m. 1908, Cicely Mar- 
garet, elder d. of Sir John Francis Fortescue Horner, 
K.C. V.O., of Mells Park, Somerset ; and has issue — John 
Lambton, Esq., b. 1909 ; Edward George Lambton, Esq., 
b. 1918 ; Anne Katharine Swynford ; and Sibyl Frances 
Mary Diadem. Res. — Mesnil Warren, Newmarket. Club— 
Turf. 

Hon. Sir William Lambton, K.C.B., C.M.G., C.V.O., 
D.S.O., Col. late comdg. Coldstream Guards, A. A. and 
Q.M.G. London Dist. 1913-14, Maj.-Gen. and Mil. Sec. to 
C.-in-C. B. E.F. 1914-15, Groom-in-Waiting to King 
George 1910-16, served in South Alrican War, and Great 
War, b. 1863 ; m. 1921. Lady Katharine de Vere Somerset, 
d. of 10th Duke of St. Albans. Res. — Villa St. Georges, 
Cap d' Ail, France. Cluts — Turf, Guards'. 

Hon. Claud Lambton, b. 1865 ; m. 1901, Lettice, d. of 
Edward Wormald ; and has issue — (1) Hedworth Lambton, 
Esq., b. 1904; (2) D'Arcy Lambton, Esq., b. 1908; (3) 
Gervase Lambton, Esq., b. 1912 ; and Angela Marjorie. 
Res. -102 Lancaster Gate, W.2. Club — Turf. 

Hon. D'Arcy Lambton, Comdr. R.N. Emergency List, 
late Capt. 3rd Batt. Duke of Cornwall's L. I., formerly 
Lieut. R.N., b. 1866; m. 1888, Florence Ethel (whom he 
divorced 1899), d. of Arthur Sproule of Goulburn, N.S.W., 
and has issue — Eileen [m. 1918, Alfred Trevor Barker]. 
Res. — Rickleden, Little Bookham. 



LAMINGTON, Baron, see COCHRANE-BAILLIE. 



LAMONT of Knockdow (L.O. matric, 1898). Azure, a 
lion rampant argent, armed and langued gules, within an orle 
of monds or, crossed and surmounted of a cross patee of 



LAMBTON of Lambton Castle (H. Coll.). Quarterly 
1. sable, a fesse between three lambs passant argent 
(Lambton); 2. argent, a fesse gules between three popin- 
jays vert, collared of the second (Lumley); 3. argent, 
an inescutcheon sable within an orle of cinquefoils gules 
(Hedworth); 4. argent, three cinquefoils gules (Darcy). 
Mantling/ sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a ram's head caboshed argent, armed sable. 
Motto — " Le jour viendra." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. George Frederick D'Arcy Lambton. 

2nd Earl of Durham, b. 1828; d. 1879; m. 1854, 

Lady Beatrix Frances Hamilton (d. 1871), d. of 1st 

Duke of Abercorn, K.G. : — 
Rt. Hon. Fredericki William Lambton, 4th Earl of Durham 
and Viscount Lambton (U.K., 23 March 1833), an d Barcn 
Durham (U.K., 29 January 1828), D.L. co. Northumber- 
land, M.P. S.E. Durham 1900-10, formerly for S. 
Durham 1880-5, late Hon. Col. Northumberland Fusiliers, 
formerly Lieut. Coldstream Guards [Supporters — Two 
lions, the dexter gules, the sinister azure, each ducallv 
gorged and supporting a staff or, therefrom banners of the 
second, the dexter banner charged with a cross patonce and 
the sinister with a lion passant guardant of the third], b. 
1855; m. 1879, Beatrix, d. of John Bulteel of Pamflete ; 
and has surv. issue — (1) John Frederick Lambton, Esq., 
commonly called Viscount Lambton, Capt. late 3/7 
Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, served Great War, b. 
1884 [m. 1919, Diana Mary (d. 1924), d. of Granville R. F. 
Farquhar, of Dalton Hall, Beverley, and has issue — Hon. 
John Roderick Geoffrey Francis Edward Lambton, b. 
1920; Hon. Anthony Claud Frederick Lambton,^. 1922]; 
(2) Hon. Claud Lambton, D.S.O., Capt. Lanarkshire Imp. 
Yeo., b. 1888 [m. 1916, Olive Eleanor Isobel, d. of William 
R. P. Lockwood, and has issue — Barbara AnneJ ; Lady 
Violet [m. 1905, 4th Earl of Ellesmere, and has issue] ; Lady 
Lilian [m. 1902, 13th Earl of Home, and has issue] ; 
and Lady Joan Katherine [m. i92i,Capt. the Hon. Hugh 
Edward Joicey, D.S.O. , and has issue]. Seats — Lambton 
Castle, Fence Houses, Durham ; Fenton, Northumberland. 
Club — Travellers'. 

The late Hon. Sir Hedworth Meux (q.v.). 

Hon. Charles Lambton, D.S.O. , Brig.-Gen. ; Col. late 




the third. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand couped at the 
wrist, holding a dagger erect in pale proper. Motto — " Ne 
parcas nee spernas. " 

Son of Sir James Lamont, 1st Bart., of Knockdow, co. 

Argyll, J. P. co. Argyll and D.L. co. Bute, M.P. for 



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the latter county 1865 to 1868, F.G.S., 6. 1828; d. 1913 ; 
m. 1868, Adelaide Eliza (d. 1925), elder d. of Sir George 
William Denys, Bart. , of Draycott, Yorks. : — 
Sir Norman Lamont, 2nd Bart. (16 July 1910), J. P., D.L. 

co. Argyll, M.P. co. Bute 1905-10, F.S.A. (Scot.), b. 1869. 

Seats — Knockdow, Toward, co. Argyll ; and Palmiste, 

Trinidad. Town residence — 6 Sloane Square, S.W.i . Club 

— Reform. 



LAMONT of that Ilk (L.O., c. 1672-7, rematric. 12 Jan. 
1909). Azure, a lion rampant argent. Mantling azure, 
doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath cf his liveries, a 
dexter hand couped at the wrist proper. Motto — " Ne 
parcas nee spernas." Supporters — Two savages wreathed 
about the middle with laurel, each holding in the exterior 
band a club resting on the shoulder proper. 

Eld and only surv. son of Archibald lames Lamont cf 

that Ilk, J. P., D.L., b. 1818 ; d. 1862; m. 2nd, 1844, 

Harriet, d. of Col. Alexander Campbell of Pcssil : — 

John Henry Lamont, Esq., of that Ilk, J. P., D.L. , and 

Commnr. of Supply for co. of Argyll, late Major 9th 

Lancers, b. 1854. Res. — Cron House, Torrington, N. 

Devon. 

LAMONT (L.O., 21 Nov. 1888). Parted per pale azure 
and argent, a lion rampant eounterchanged, on a chief or, 
a lymphad sable, oars in action, nagged gules. Mantling 
gules, doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his 
liveries, a dexter hand proper holding a rleur-de-lvs gules. 
Motto — " Ne parcas nee spernas." Livery — Blue and 
silver. 

Son of Henry Lamont, Esq., J. P. co. Kerry and for 
Dumfriesshire, and Commissioner of Supply for Ayr- 
shire, b. 1844 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1875, Jane, d. of the late 
Robert Curie, Gentleman, of Crown Gardens and 
Whiteinch, Glasgow: — 
Henry Charles Lamont, Esq., Major late "Queen's 
Own" Lanarkshire Yeo. Cav. , b. 1876; m. 1907, Isabella 
Sarah, eldest d. of Richard George Grahamshaw of Porta- 
down, co. Armagh. Estates — Greelaw and Blair, co. Ayr ; 
Gribton, co. Dumfries. 



on a chief of the last, a cross flory between two goats' heads 
couped of the first ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of 
the colours, in front of a cubit arm erect, encircled about 
the wrist with a wreath of oak and holding in the hand 
a sword proper, hilt and pommel or, an escutcheon argent, 
charged with a goat's head couped sable ; with the Mottoes, 
over the crest, "Through;" under the arms, " Providen- 
tia Dei stabiliuntur familia." Livery — Black. Married, 
Elizabeth Anne, younger d. of the late William Bagshawe 
of London. 



LAM PLUG H. Sable, on a pile nebuly between two 
roses or, barbed and seeded vert, a cross flory of the field. 
Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, 
in front of a goat's head couped argent, armed or, gorged 
with a collar nebuly sable, two roses gules, barbed and 




The Late CHARLES EDWARD LAMPLUGH, Esq., 
J. P. and D.L. co. Middlesex, and J. P. co. of London, Lord 




of the Manor of Sutton, F.R.G.S. Born 1838. Died 1 go*,. 
Armorial bearings — Argent, fourcinquefoils in cross gules, 



seeded proper. Motto — " Providentia Dei stabiliuntur 

familiae." 

Eld. son of Rev. David Lamphigh. M.A. , Clerk in 
Holy Orders, Vicar of Marham, Norfolk: — 
Rev. Alfred Amos Fletcher Lamplugh, M.A. Camb. , 

b. . Res.— 29 Cromwell Road, N. Whitstable, Kent. 



LAMPSON (H. Coll., 1866). Per saltire argent and 
gules, two gryphon's heads erased in fesse and as many 
escarbuncles in pale eounterchanged. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a gryphon's 
head erased gules, charged with an escarbuncle argent 
between two wings paly of four argent and gules. Motto 
— " Persevera et vince." 

Son of Sir George Curtis Lampson, 2nd Bart., b. 1833 ; 

d. 1899 ; m. , Sophia, ygst. d. of Manuel van 

Gelderen :— 
Sir Curtis George Lampson, 3rd Bart., of Rowfant (16 
Nov. 1866), F.R.G.S., F.R.Z.S., late Lieut. 5th Ban. 
Somerset L.I.,and Capt. R.A.S.C.,^. 1890 ; m. 1920, Maud, 
d. of Alfred Wrigley, of Mancnester. Res. — 

Sons of Norman George Lampson, Esq., D.L. 

Middlesex, J. P. Surrey and London, b. 1850; d. 18Q4 ; 

m. 1874, Helen Agnes, d. of Peter Blackburn, Esq., 

M.P., of Killearn, co. Stirling: — 
Curtis Walter Lampson, Gentleman, C.B.E., B.A. (Oxon.), 
b. 1875; m. 1908, Hilda, d. of Sir David Baird, 3rd Bart. ; 
and has issue — Leslie ; and Elizabeth Miranda. Res. — 
Willinghurst, Shamley Green, Guildford. Club — Travellers'. 
Sir Miles Wedderburn Lampson, K.C.M.G., C.B., 
M.V.O. , H.M.'s Envoy Extra, and Min. Plen. at Peking 
since 1926, of the Foreign Office 1903-8 and from 1012, 
Second Sec. of Embassy at Japan 1908-10 and at Sophia 
1911-12, has Fourth Class of Japanese Order of the Rising 
Sun, and Third Class of Japanese Order of the Sacred 
Treasure, b. 1880; m. 1912, Rachel Mary Hele, d. of William 
Wilson Phipps of Culford Gardens, S.W. ; and has issue — 
Graham Curtis Lampson, Esq., b. 1919; Mary Katha- 



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rine; and Margaret Miranda. Res. — British Legation, 
Peking; Farm House, Pont Street, S.W.i. Club - 
Travellers'. 

Adam Cathcart Lampson, Esq., Major lateQ.O. Cameron 
Highlanders, b. 1882; m. 1915, Margueretta Aggie Eileen, 
d. of the late J. W. Hutchison, D.L., of Edingham, co. 
Kirkcudbright ; and has issue— Norman John Lampson, 
Gentleman, b. 1926; and Ursula Agnes. Res. — 

L'AMY, see RAMSAY L'AMY. 

LANCASTER HERALD, see RUSSELL. 

EDWARD SNOW LANCASTER, Esquire, J. P. cos. ot 
Devon and London. Born Feb. 8, 1850, being the sixth son 
of James Lancasterof Kingston, S. Hants., by his wife Sarah, 
youngest dau. of James Snow of Portsea, Hants. Armo- 
rial bearing's -Azure, on a bend indented plain cottised or, 
a rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, between two fleurs- 
de-lys purpure, the whole between as many lions rampant 
of the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest On a 
wreath of the colours, a lion rampant or, charged on the 
shoulder with three fleurs-de-lys chevronwise azure, grasp- 
ing in the dexter forepaw a scimitar proper, pommel and 
hilt gold, and supporting with the sinister an antique shield 
of the first, thereon arose as in the arms. Motto — " Semper 
paratus." Married, Sept. 8, 1874, Kate, youngest dau. of 
William Cavander of Rayleigh, Essex ; and has had Issue — 

(1) William Erne-t Lancaster, Gentleman, Lieut. West India 
Regt., b. June 14, 1875 [m. 12 May and d. 9 Sept. 1903]; 

(2) Roy Cavander Lancaster, Gentleman, b. Feb. 25, 1896 ; 

(3) Edward Eric Lancaster, Gentleman, b. Aug. 31, 1897; 
Florence Kate ; Ethel May ; Olive Evelyn ; and Dorothy. 
Res.— 25 Park Road, Clarence Gate, N.W.i. Clubs— 
R.A.C., Coventry and County (Coventry 1 . 

The Late Sir WILLIAM JOHN LANCASTER, 
Knt. Bachelor (1906), J. P., a Freeman of the City of 
King's Lynn 1 91 2. Born Oct. 24, 1841 ; died Feb. 
28, 1929, being the only son of John Lancaster, Yeo- 
man, and Harriot his wife, dau. of John Bayleild, 
Yeoman. Armorial bearings— Or, two bars sable, on a 
pale engrailed ermine, four cinquefoils palewise of the 
second. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of 
the colours, two cinquefoils fessewise, that on the dexter 




caster, Esq., b. 1880; killed in action 1917 ; (4) Hugh Lan- 
caster, Esq., Capt. 1st Norfolk Regt., b. 1882; Mary [m. 
1901, R. J. B. Storey (d. 1926)] ; Harriot ; and Katharine. 
Res. — South Lynn, Putney Hill. 

LANCASTER (H. Coll.). Argent, two bars invected 
between as many Haunches gules, on each Haunch a lion 
passant guardant of the field. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon two mullets fesse- 
wise gules, a lion's head erased argent, gorged with a 
collar vair. 

Son of George Granville Lancaster, Gentleman, Lord 
of the Manor of Kelmarsh, b. 1853 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1896, 
Cicely, d. of Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny, 
Bart. :— 
Claude Granville Lancaster, Esq., Capt. R.H. Gds.,/'. 
1899. Seat — Kelmarsh Hall, Kelmarsh, Northants. 

DAVID GUILD LANDALE, Esq., J. P. Surrey. Born 
June 11, 1842, being the third son of the late David Landale, 
"Merchant in Kirkcaldy, by Mary his wife, dau. of William 
Russell, Manufacturer in the same town. Armorial bearings 
— Parted per pale or and azure, an orle indented on the 
inner side, in chief a mullet all counterchanged. Upon the 
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a 
Mantling gules, doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his 
liveries is set for Crest, a dexter arm embowed holding up 
two branches of laurel in orle proper ; and in an escroll 
above, this Motto, " Pax aut defensio." Married, April 30, 
1879, Agnes Katherine, only daughter of George Henderson 
of Heverswood, Brasted, in the county of Kent ; and has 
Issue — (1) Henderson Russell Landale, Gentleman, born 
February 21, 1880; (2) David Eustace Landale, Gentleman, 
born November 3, 1886 ; Ruth Mary Sinclair ; and Kathe- 
rine Maud Agnes. Estate— Limpsfield Grange, Limpsfield, 
Surrey. Res.— 10 Princes Gate, S.W.7. Club— Oriental. 

LANDON (H. Coll.). Gyronny of eight or and azure, 



sable, that on the sinister or, surmounted by a third 
cinquefoil per pale of the last and first. Motto — " Ornat 
fortem prudentia." Married, 1868, Sarah Harriot, d. of 
Daniel Thomas Roy, M.D. (d. 1889); and had Issue — (1) 
John Roy Lancaster, YLsq.,b. 1871 ; (2) Henry Lancaster, 
Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law, b. 1879; (3) Robert Lan- 




an escutcheon argent, on a chief of the first a greyhound 
courant sable. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a 



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wreath of the colours, two arms embowed vested argent 
holding in the dexter hand a rose gules and in the sinister 
a lily argent, both slipped and leaved proper. Mottoes — 
" Ma force d'en haut " ; " Peregrinus in terra." 

Sons of Rev. Edward Henry Landon, b. 1813 ; d. 1877 ; 

m. 1865, Caroline Adelaide, d. of the Rev. the Hon. 

Arthur Philip Perceval: — 
Rev. Guy Landon, M.A., Hon. Canon of Winchester, 
Rector of Alverstoke, Hants., b. 1865 ; m. 1890, Mary 
Frances, d. of F. M. T. Jones- Balme, Esq., J. P. and 
D. L. , of High Close, Ambleside ; and has issue — Evelyn 
Mary ; and Cicely Mary. Res. — Rectory, Alverstoke, 
Hants. 

Lionel Landon, Gentleman, b. 1867. Res. — 14 Cowley 
Street, Westminster, S.W. 

Son of Godfrey Edward Landon, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; 

d. 1924 ; m. 1904, Helen Mary Caroline, d. of the late 

Rev. Gilbert Vyvyan Heathcote: — 
Lionel Heiithcote Landon, Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — 



LANDON (H. Coll.). Gyronny of eight or and azure, 
an inescutcheon argent, on a chief of the first a greyhound 
courant sable. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, two arms embowed, vested argent, 
holding in the dexter hand a rose gules, and in the sinister 
a lily argent, both slipped and leaved proper. Motto- 
"Ma force d'en haut." Livery — Dark blue, with yellow 
facings. 

Eld. son of Edward Palmer Landon, Gentleman, 

b. 1850; d. 1927; m. 1874, Mary Rosamund, d. of the 

late Joseph Adolphus Magrath, M.D. : — 

Francis Palmer Landon, Esq., Major (ret.) R.A.S.C., 

b. 1877; m. 1904, Nancy, yngr. d. of Sir Thomas Wilmot 

Peregrine Blomefield, Bt., C.B., J. P., and has issue — 

Richard Francis Palmer Landon, Gentleman, b. 1905; 

Humphrey Blomefield Landon, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; Lilias 

Nancy ; and Jane Napier. Res. — Eversley Cross House, 

nr. Basingstoke, Hants. Clubs — Union, St. Stephen's, 

Flyfishers', East Riding (Hull). 



LANE (H. Coll.). Argent, a lion rampant gules, in 
chief two trefoils slipped vert, a bordure sable. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Issuant from a circlet 
surmounted by three roses or, a demi-grifnn sable, winged 
argent, holding between the claws a rod of ^Esculapius 
proper. Badge — A rose gules, leaved, barbed, seeded and 
slipped proper, and a rod of ^Esculapius also proper, in 
saltire enfiled by a circlet gold. Motto — " Liberte tout 
entiere." 

Son of Brig-Surg. Benjamin Lane, A. M.S., b. 1827 ; 

m. 1855, Caroline Arbuthnot, d. of Dr. Joseph Ewing, 

A.M.S. :— 
Sir William Arbuthnot Lane, 1st Bart. (19 June 1913), 
C.B., F.R.C.S., b. 1856 ; m. 1884, Charlotte Jane, M.B.E., 
Dame of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in England, d. of John 
Briscoe, of Tinvane, co. Kilkenny ; and has issue — 
William Arbuthnot Lane, Esq., b. 1897; Lottie Rhona 
Arbuthnot; Irene Briscoe Arbuthnot [m. 191 1, Harold 
Chappie, M.C., M.A., B.Sc, F.R.C.S. ; and has issue. 
(Res. — 18 Devonshire Street, W.i)] ; Eileen Caroline 
Arbuthnot [m. 1913, Nathan Mutch, M.A., M.D., 
F.R.C.P., and has issue. Res. — 21 Cavendish Square, 
W. Club — Athenaeum. 



CHARLES PELHAM LANE, Esquire, Justice of the 
Peace for the counties of Worcester and Warwick, and 
tor the former county a Deputy-Lieutenant, and (1915) 
High Sheriff, an Alderman of the County Council, 
Master of Arts of the University of Oxford. Born 
September 25, 1851, being the only son of the late 
Thomas Lane, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and 
Deputy-Lieutenant, by his wife Anne Perry, daughter of 
Charles Shaw. Armorial bearings (H. Coll., 17 June 1890) 
—Party per pale azure and gules, four crescents in fesse or, 
between three saltires of the last ; and for his Crest, on 
a wreath of the colours, two griffins' heads couped and 
addorsed, the dexter azure and the sinister gules, in front 
thereof a crescent between two saltires fessewise argent ; 
with the Motto, " Tenax et fidelis. " Livery — Black coat 
and waistcoat, gold buttons, drab overcoat. Married, 
February 22, 1877, Catharine George Ann, dau. of George 
Webster Napier ; and has surv. Issue — (1) Thomas Reginald 



Pelham Lane, Gentleman, A.M.I. C.E., b. May 23, 1878; 
(2) Charles Cyril Pelham Lane, Gentleman, B.A. Oxford, 




TENAXETrFIDELlS 



b. August 19, 1879 ; and Dorothy Evelyn. Estates — 
Moundsley Hall, and other property in the counties of 
Worcester and Warwick. Postal address — Moundsley Hall, 
King's Norton, Worcestershire. Club — Worcestershire 
(Worcester). 



LANE (U.O., 1916.). Argent, a fesse wavy azure, be- 




tween a lion passant in chief, and two saltires couped in 
base all gules. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — 



Lan 

On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant argent, 
holding between the paws a fleur-de-lys per pale azure and 
gules. ° Motto—" Esse quam videri." 

Son of Stephen Orson Lane, of Hill's Court, Braunton, 

N. Devon, b. 1821 ; d. 1906; m. 1855, Rebecca Prole, 

d. of William Harris, of Braunton, N. Devon:— 

Denis Downes Lane, Esq., Capt. (ret.) R.N., b. i860; 

m. 1902, Anna Phillips, d. of George Horton ; and has 

i ssue _john Downes Lane, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; George 

Francis Lane, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; and Anna Barbara. 

Res. — 12 St. Mary Abbott's Court, Kensington, W.14. 

Club — Junior Naval and Military. 

LANE (H. Coll.). Quarterly of 35, 1 and 35, per fesse 
or and azure, a chevron gules between three mullets counter- 
changed of the field, on a canton gules three lions passant 
guardant in pale or; 2. the same without the augmentation; 



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3. or, a chevron gules between three mullets azure (Lane, 
ancient) ; 4. argent, a lion rampant ermines (De la Hyde) ; 
5 sable, six plates, three, two, and one, on a canton argent, 
a lion rampant gules (De la Hyde Sych) ; 6. argent, two 
bars and a canton gules (Partrich) ; 7. gules, a sneyd argent 
(Prayers) ; 8. argent, three bugle-horns sable, stringed vert 
(Wyrley) ; 9. argent, a chevron engrailed, between three 
bugle-horns sable (Wyrley) ; 10. or, a chevron gules, be- 
tween three lions rampant azure (Wyrley) ; 11. gules, six 
fleurs-de-lys, three, two, and one argent (Wyrley) ; 12. 
sable, two lions passant in pale argent, ducally crowned or, 
holding in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lys azure (Heronville) , 
13. argent, a bend azure, between a rose in chief and a 
fleur-de-lys in base gules (Overton) ; 14. sable, a fesse 
between three sheldrakes argent (Sheldon) ; 15. argent, on 
a bend between two lions rampant sable, a wyvern of the 
field (Ruding); 16. argent, on a bend sable, three lions' 
heads couped of the field, ducally crowned or (Wroth) ; 
17. sable, a cross crosslet argent (Durants) ; 18. gules, a 



chevron between three lions' gambs ermine (Wrotham) ; 
19. azure, two bars dancettee or (Stonard) ; 20. azure, on 
a chevron engrailed argent, between three lions passant 
guardant or, as many crosses patee sable (Fowler) ; 21. 
per pale sable and argent, an eagle displayed with two 
heads counterchanged, ducally gorged or (Lovedale); 22. 
ermine, on a canton gules, an owl argent (Barton); 23. 
barry of six gules and argent, on a chief or a lion passant 
guardant azure (Englefield) ; 24. argent, a chevron between 
three martlets sable (Clarke); 25. argent, three wolves 
erased, two and one gules, a bordure azure, charged with 
eight towers or (Rycott) ; 26. vaire, argent, and gules 
(Garnon) ; 27. or, six billets, three, two, and one gules 
(Colvile) ; 28. azure, two bars argent, a bend chequy or 
and gules (Lee) ; 29. vert, three goats salient argent, armed 
or (Trollop) ; 30. quarterly, azure and gules, three sinister 
hands appaumee argent (Leveson) ; 31. argent, two bendlets 
wavy sable, between as many wolves' heads erased gules, 
a bordure of the last (Clements) ; 32. argent, on a chevron 
gules, between three cinquefoils azure, as many bezants 
(Hampton) ; 33. vert, a chevron argent, between three coeks 
or (Whadcock) ; 34. gules, a lion rampant double-queued 
ermine (Stokes). Mantling azure and or. Crest— Upon 
a wreath of the colours, a strawberry- roan horse salient, 
couped at the flanks, bridled sable, bitted and garnished 
or, supporting between the feet an imperial crown proper. 
Motto— "Garde le roy." Livery— Dark blue and orange. 
Sons of John Henry Hervey Vincent Lane, Esq., of 
King's Bromley Manor, co. Stafford, J. P., D.L. for 
Staffs., Capt. of S. Staffs. Regt., b. 1867; d. 1917; 
m. 1902, Hon. Grace Louisa Edwardes, d. of William, 
4th Lord Kensington: — 
Thomas John Henry Vincent Lane, Gentleman, *. 1905. 
Seats— Kmg's Bromley Manor, near Lichfield, co. Stafford ; 
and Lily Hill, Bracknell, co. Berkshire. 

Richard William Walter de Lone Lane, Gentleman, 

b. 1908. __. , 

Sons of John Henry Bagot Lane, Esq., of Kings 

Bromley Manor, of the 3rd King's Own Stafford Rifles, 

and Lieutenant-Colonel Coldstream Guards, M.A., 

J. P. cos. of Berkshire and Stafford, by his wife Susan 

Anne, d. and co-h. of Henry William Vincent of Lily 

Hill, co. Berkshire, and Bradwell Grove, co. Oxford :— 

Arthur Edward Cecil Lane, Esq., J. P. cos. Staffordshire 

and Kent, served Great War with Canadian Infantry, 

b. 1871 ; m. 1922, Beatrice Margaret, d. of the late Richard 

Davies Perry, of New York. Res.— Wilcuma, Cowichan 

Bay, P.O. Vancouver Island, B.C. Clubs— Jun. Carlton, 

Union (Victoria, Vancover). 

George Alfred Osborne Lane, Esq., Lt.-Col. late Cold- 
stream Gds. , b. 1875 ; m. 1913. Edith Sinclair, younger d. of 
late Col. E. A. Hannay of Ballylough, co. Antrim. Res.— 
Son of Sidney Leveson Lane, Esq., J. P. and D.L. 
N R. Yorks. and J. P. co. Northampton, late Capt. 
1st Staffordshire Mil., b. 1831 ; d. 1910 ; w. 1863, 
Mary Isabel, Viscountess Downe (d. 1900), relict oi 
Henry, Viscount Downe, and d. of Hon. Richard 
Bagot : — 
Sidney Ernald Ralph Lane, Esq., late Capt. 3rd Batt. 
Princess of Wales's Own Yorks. Regt., b. 1863; m. 1905, 
Mabel Emilie, widow of Capt. Philip Green, late 9th 
Lancers, and d. of Sir Edward Henry Scott, 5th Ht. Post 
add. — Manor House, Great Addington, Thrapston, 

Northants. ,,„,-. 

Sons of Cecil Newton Lane, Esq., C.M.G. of Whiston 
Hall, Shropshire, J. P. and D.L. ,b. 1833; d. 1897; m. 
1876, Adela Mary, d. of the Hon. and Rev. Frederic 
Bertie : — 
Newton Frederic Seymour Lane, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; 
m. 1910, Vera. d. of J. Magrath of Hobart, Tasmania. 
Post. add. — Rycote House, Leamington. 

Percy Ernald Lane, Gentleman, b. 1881. Res. — 
John Ronald Lane, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res. — 

Son of Very Rev. Ernald Lane, Dean of Rochester, 
D D M.A. Oxford, formerly Fellow of All Souls' 
College, Oxford, Rector of Albury, Vicar of St. 
Michael's, Handsworth, Birmingham, Rector of Leigh, 
Staffs and Archdeacon of Stoke-on-Trent, b. 1836 ; d. 
i 9 i 3 ; m. 1879, Evelyn Adelaide, d. of J. W. Philips, 
Esq., J.P.,of Heybndge, Staffs :- 
Geoffrey Ernald William Lane, Esq., Major late Rifle 
Brigade, served with Brit. Exped. Force 1914 (wounded) 
b. 1882 ; m. 1919, Elizabeth Adeline, d. of Capt. Cecil 
Boyle ; and has issue— Priscilla Mary. Res.— 

Younger son of John Newton Lane and the Hon. 
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Major-Gen. Sir Ronald Bertram Lane, K.C.B. , K.C. V.O. , 
formerly Rifle Brigade, served in Zulu War 1879 (desp. , 
medal and cLisp), in Transvaal 1 880-1, with Egypt Ex- 
pedition 1882 (desp., medal with clasp, bronze star, 4th 
class Osmanieh), Lieut.-Gov. and Sec. Royal Hospital, 
Chelsea, 1905 -9, b. 1847; in. 1893, Augusta Sarah, d. of 
the late John A. Beaumont of Wimbledon Park ; and has 
had issue — George Ronald Lane, Esq., Coldstream Gds., 
b. 1894; killed in action 1916. Res. — Carlton Hall, Sax- 
mundham. Clubs — United Service, Army and Navy, Turf, 
Junio- Carlton. 

Sons of Charles Leveson Line, b. 1839 ; d. 1905 ; 

m. i860, Fanny Henrietta Katherine, d. of Henry 

Manning: — 
Charles Chester Leveson Lane, Gentleman, b. 1862; in. 
1892, Blanche, d. of Sidney Glendinning; and has surv. 
issue — Blanche Evelyn ; and Dorothy Mary. Res. — 

Guy Rupert Leveson Lane, Gentleman, b. 1866; m. 
1894, Georgina Phyllis, d. of George Loiimer; and has 
issue — Selby George Capel Lane, Gentleman, b. 1901. 
Res.— 

Harry Thomas F'enton Leveson Lane, Gentleman, b. 
1871 ; m. 1896, Lily Agnes Clare, d. of William Henry 
Vaughan ; and has issue — John Chandos Lane, Gentle- 
man, b. 1897. Res. — 

Son of Richard Hay Douglas Lane, Esq., Capt. late 
17th Lancers, b. 1823; d. 1901 ; m. 1st, 185 1, Eizabeth 
Middleton (d. 1874), d. and heir of Thomas Ward of 
Heath House, Middlesex: — 

Charles Middleton Robert Douglas Lane, Gentleman, 
b. 1864; m. 1st, 1888, Leila Marion, d. of Thomas 
Theodore Brewer Hooke of No ton Hall, co. Worcester; 
2nd, 1900, Vere Georgina Pellew, d. of James Stark 
Skipper; and has surv. issus — (1) Graham Lewis Hay 
Douglas Lane, Gentleman, b. 1893 ; (2) Robert Henry 
Douglas Lane, Gentleman, b. 1896 ; (3) George Edward 
Douglas Lane, Gentleman, b. 1899; (4) Charles Ivor 
Campbell Douglas Lane, Gentleman, b. 1902; (5) Gordon 
Middleton Douglas Lane, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; and Gladys 
Mar v. Res. — 

Sons of Thomas Bruce Lane, Gentleman, H.E.I.C.S., 
£.1831; d, ; vi 1853, Adelaide FannySpring, d. of 

WilhamHallows Belli of the H.E.I.C.S. :— 
Cecil Bruce Lane, Gentleman, b. 1857; m. 1885, Frances 
Mary, d. or" Joseph Martin; and has surv. issue — John 
Francis Bruce Lane, Gentleman, b. 1890; Edward de Lona 
Lane, Gentleman, b. 1894; and two daus. Res. — 
Arthur Bruce Lane, Gentlem.in, b. 1858. Res. — 
H-rb;rt Edward Bruce Lane, Esq., C.M.G., R.A. , 
Brig.-Gen. (ret.), formerfy Col. R.A., b. 1862; m. 1893, 
Lilian Evangeline, d. of Gen. A. Caddell, R.E. ; and has 
issue — A dau. Res. — ti Penlee Gardens, Stoke, Plymouth. 
Son of Henry Murray Lane, Esq., Chester Herald, 
simetim? Registrar of H.M. College of Arms, b. 1833 ; 
d. 1913 ; m. 1st, 1862, Mary Isabella, eldest d. of 
Richard Fiennes Wykeham Martin : — 

Gerald Stratford Murray Lane, Gentleman, b. 1863- 
Res. — 

Sons of Major-Gen. Charles Stuart Lane, C.B. , 

Indian Ar.ny, b. 1831 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1852, Anne 

Josephine, d. of the Rev. Richard Boyes : — 

Charles Stuart Lane, Gentleman, b. 1863; m. 1890, Alice, 

d. of Richard Thweate and widow of Arthur Sandys ; and 

has surv. issue— Florence. Res. — 

Henry Arthur Lane, CLE., Brig.-Gen. (ret.), late Col.. 
b. 1868 ; m. 1899, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Gen. Henry 
Smyth, C.B. ; and has surv. issue — Eva Mary; and ancther 
dau. Club — Jun. Army and Navy. 

Frederick Cecil Lane, Esq.. CLE., Lt.-Col., late R.A., 
*. 1871. Club— E.l. United Service. 

Son of Richard Lane, b. 1794; d. 1870: m. 1827. 
Sarah Pink, d. of George Thomas Tracy of Liskeard, 
co. Cornwall : — 

Wilmot Lane, Gentleman, H.E.I.C, Civil Service, 
Bengil Presidency, b. 1833; "»• ist, 1854, Louisa Sarah 
Anne (d. 1855), d - and coh. of Charles Patten Vale ; 2nd 
1862, Martha, d. of the late Lt.-Col. Henrv Roche Osborne' 
Bengal Army; and has surv. issue — (1) Robert Hugh Lane- 
Gentleman, b. 1866; (2) Wilmot Ernest Lane, Gentleman, 
b. 186-); (3) John Osborne Lane, Gentleman, *. 1872; (4) 
Alfred Bloomfield Lane, Gentleman, b. 1873; (s) Frank 
Bernard Lane, Gentleman, Lieut. Royal Dub. Fus., served 
in S. Africa (wounded), b. 1879 ; (6) Septimus Arthur Lane, 
Gentleman ; and five daus. Res. — ■ 



LANE-FOX, see FOX. 

LANESBOROUGH, Earl of, see BUTLER. 

LANG (H. Coll., 1906). Per pale indented argent and 
sable, three lions' heads erased counterchanged, on a chier 
indented ermine, a dolphin naiant of the second. Mantling - 
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
boar's head erased proper, between two fleurs-dejlys or. 
Motto — " Virtuti fortuna comes." Livery — Green and 
gold. 

Sons of Col. Arthur Moffatt Lang, C.B., R.E. , of 

Box Grove Lodge, Guildford,^. 1832; m. ist, 1858, 

Sarah, d. of Gen. Francis Burton Boileau, R.A. ; 2nd, 

1893, Edith Mina, d. of Rev. Owen Charles Seymour 

Lang, Rector of Bentley ; 3rd, 1905, Ida Caroline 

Frances {Res.— Dovedale, Sydney Road, Guildford), d. 

of James Coxon Richardson, Esq., J. P., of 

Glanrafon : — 

Col. Arthur George Boileau Lang, ist P.W.O. Goorkha 

Rifles, b. 1861 ; m. 1889, Beatrice C. Parsons; and has 

issue — Iris. Post add. — 

Col. Elliot Brownlow Lang, 5th Cav., b. 1862; m. 
1900, Jessie Thornhill. 

Col. Cecil Frederick Grant Lang, 31st Lancers, b. 1874 ; 

m. 1902, Mabel Forbes, and has issue — Ian Forbes Lang, 

Gentleman, b. 1905 ; and Derek Lang, Gentleman, /'. 

1913. Res. — Whytegates, Church Crookham, Fleet, Hants. 

Sons of George Lukis Lang, I.C.S. (son of Arthur Lang 

and Sarah Tickell), b. 1837; d. 1900; m. 1866, Louisa 

Wynyard Astell ; — 

Col. Ewen Montgomery Lang (ret. ), b. 1870; m. 1903. 

Mary Flora Gregory; and has issue— Hazel Margaret 

Wynyard ; Rona Eileen Astell ; and Rose nary Averil. 

Res. — Woodfield, Ombersley, Worcs. 

Capt. Wynyard Freeling Lang, late P.W.O. West Yorks. 
Regt. and lnd. Army (ret. 1 , b. 1873; m - I 9°3. Emma 
Hope, d. of Gen. Sir Robert Percy Douglas, Bart. Res. — 
Pine View, Ranikhet, India. 

Sons of Rev. Robert Lang (son of Arthur Lang an I 
Sarah Tickell), b. 1840 ; d. 1908 ; in. 1870, Adine Louisa, 
d. of Benjamin Tayler, Esq., Judge I.C.S. : — 
Robert Charles Vaughan Lang, Gentleman, b. 1871. 
Res. — St. Aubyns, Rottingdean, Sussex. 

Capt. Eustace Arthur Lang, Durham Lt. Inf., b. 1873; 
m. 1903, Amy Kathleen Dobbs ; and has issue — (1) Eustace 
Vaughan Lang, Gentleman, b. 1904; (2) Robert Gage 
Somers Lang, Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — Jamorance, 
West Indies. 

Rev. Frank Hope Lang, b. 1875 ; m. 1908, Ella Caroline, 
d. of Rev. John Weir; and has issue — Peter Hope Lang, 
Gentleman, b. 1910 ; and Mary Adion Hope. Res. — 
Twywell Rectory, Thrapston, Northants. 

Rev. Harold Montgomery Lang, b. 1877. Res. — Wood- 
ham Walter Rectory, Maldon, Essex. 

Arthur Lang, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. — St. Aubyns, 
Rottingdean, Sussex. 

Son of Rev. James Thomason Lang, Vicar of Sand 
Beach, Cambridge, b. 1843; d. 1922; in. 1885, Edith 
Margaret Van Hem.-rt: — 
James Van Hemert Lang, Gentleman, b. 1893. 

Sons of Edward Tickell Lang (son of Arthur Lang 
and Sarah Tickell), b. 1849; d. 1880; m. 1871, Hebe 
Prior :— 
Edward Prior Lang, Gentleman, b. 1874. R gs - — 
Hilika, Moriani, Upper Assam. 

William Dickson Lang, Gentleman, Sc.D., Keeper of 
Geology, British Museum, b. 1878 ; m. 1908, Georgiana 
Catherine Dixon; and has issue — William Geoffrey Lang, 
Gentleman, b. 1910 ; and Juliana Brenda. Res. — n Tra- 
falgar Square, Chelsea, S.W. 



LANG (L.O. , 17 May 1913). Parted per saltire argent 
and sable, in chief a garb gules. Mantling' sable, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a tower argent, 
masoned sable. Motto— " Stabile bonum." 

Second son of the late Arthur Lang, b. 1811 ; d. 1899 ; 
m. 1846, Christina, d. of Robert Lang: — 
Robert Lang, Esq., J. P. co. Renfrew. Res.— Cowglen 
House, Thornliebank, Renfrewshire. 



LANG (L.O. ). Parted per pale and per fesse, the latter 
indented arg;nt and sable, in the first quarter a book 



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a pheon or between two laurel-branches vert. Motto — 




" Fidensnon confidens." Livery— White, with green facings. 
Son of Alfred Francis Claringbold Chichester Langley, 
Gentleman, b. ; d. ; m. , Edith Joana, d. 

of Daniel Rees of Sully House, co. Glamorgan : — 
Alfred Arnold Langley, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res. — 
Son of Sir George Colt Langley, K.C.B., b. ; d. 
; m. 2nd, Maria Catherine, d. of John Penrice of 
Witton, co. Norfolk: — 
John Penrice Langley, Esq., C.B.E., Lt.-Col. and 
Brev. Col. (ret.) R.A. , served Great War 1 914-19 (des- 
patches), b. 1869. Res. — Rowena, Westward Ho, Devon. 

LANGLEY, formerly of Brittas Castle (U.O.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a fesse sable, charged with a 
crescent or, in chief three hurts (Langley) ; 2 and 3, gules, 
a lion rampant per fesse argent and or (Grace). Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
cockatrice wings addorsed sable, combed, wattled, and 
spurred gules, charged on the breast with a crescent or. 
Motto — " Fide sed cui vide." 

Sons of Adm. Gerald Charles Langley, R.N., b. 

1848; d. 1914; m. 1893, Juanita Maxwell, d. of late 

William Scott of Ashbrooke, Edinburgh : — 

Henry FitzRoy Grace Langley, Esq., Capt. Res. of 

Officers, R.A. (arms as above, and on an escutcheon of 

pretence the arms of Allen, viz. : Sable, a cross potent or), b. 

1895 ; m. 1923, Elfrida Winsome, d. of Col. John Wolley 

Allen, C.M.G. Club— Conservative. Postal address— 8] 

Hyde Park Mansions, W. 

Gerald Maxwell Bradshaw Langley, Esq. , O.B.E. , Lieut. - 
Comdr. R.N., b. 1895. 

Algernon Albert Miles Langley, Gentleman, b. 1909, 
Son of Sir Walter Louis Frederick Goltz Langley, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., b. 1855; d. 1918 ; m. 1894, Gertrude 
Mary [d. 1895), ygst. d. of late W. Ramsay: — 
Hubert Francis Grace Langley, Gentleman, b. 1895. 
Res. — 11 Belgrave Road, S.W. 

Sons of Henry Langley, Esq., J. P. and D.L. , late 2nd 
Life Guards, formerly of Brittas Castle, b. 1820; d. 
1902 ; m. 1845, Harriet Maria (d. 1913), only child of 
James Bradshaw, M.P. : — 
Algernon Arthur Langley, Gentleman, b. 1863; m. 1894, 
Minnie Robertson. Res.— Putney, Vermont, U.S. America. 



Claude Spencer Langley, Gentleman, b. r867 ; m. 1897, 
Blanche (d. 1927), widow of Major Thomas Armstrong 
Gough, and d. of John William Fletcher, Bengal Army. 
Res. — 9 Onslow Crescent, London, S.W. 

LANGMAN. Argent on a pile engrailed sabie, a 

water-bouget of the first between two flaunches of the 

second, each charged with a water-bouget also of the first. 

Mantling- sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 

colours, in front of a mount vert, thereon a portcullis with 

chains sable, three water-bougetsfessewise of the last. Motto 

— "Justus esto et non metue.'' Livery — Black and white. 

Son of Sir John Lawrence Langman, 1st Bart., Kt. of 

Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 

Jerusalem in England, equipped and maintained the 

Langman Field Hospital during the S. African War, 

b. 1846 ; d. 1928 ; m. 1868, Mary (d. June 13, 1904), 

d. of James Marks of London : — 

Sir Archibald Lawrence Langman, C.M.G. , 2nd Bart. 

(21 July, 1906), late Major North Somerset Yeo. , formerly 

Major Middlesex Imp. Yeo., J. P. Somerset, Hon. Associate 

of the Order if the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, served 

with Langman's Hospital in S. Africa (despatches), b. 

1872; m. 1904, Hon. Eleanor, d. of 1st Baron Lyell ; 

and has issue — lohn Lyell Langman, Esq., b. 1912 ; Mary 

Eleanor ; and Nora Elizabeth. Seat — North Cadbury 

Court, Yeovil, Somerset. Res.— 97 Eaton Square, London, 

S.W. Clubs— Cavalry, Brooks's, R.A.C. 

LANGMAN (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pile engrailed 
sable, a water-bouget of the first between two flaunches of 
the second, each charged with a water-bouget also of the 
first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of 




the colours, in front of a mount vert, thereon a portcullis 
with chains sable, three water-bougets fessewise of the last. 
Motto—" Justus esto et non metue." 

Sons of Joseph Langman of Plymouth and London, by 
his wife Eleanor James, dau. of John Lawrence of 
Aberdeen: — 
William Langman, Gentleman, b. 1837; m. 1877, Ada 
Mary, dau. of James Marks; and has issue— (1) Ernest 
Joseph Langman, Gentleman, b. 1880; (2) William James 
Langman, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; (3) Philip John Langman. 
Gentleman, b. 1882; (4) Arthur Harold Langman, Gentle- 
man b 1887 ; Gertrude Eleanor Winifred Rhoda ; Rowena 
Mary Ada; Mary Elsie Dorothy; and Hilda Margaret. 
Address— 5 Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C.4. 

Philip Lawrence Langman, Gentleman, b. 1848. Postal 
address — 

BUTLER LANGMORE, Gentleman. Armorial bear- 
ings—Azure, on a fesse cotised argent, three spear-heads 



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proper, a chief engrailed ermine. Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, out of the 
battlements of a tower, two tilting-spears in saltire all proper, 
tied by a riband azure, pendent theretrom an escutcheon or, 
charged with a trefoil slipped vert. Motto — " Labor vincit 
omnia." 

LANGRISHE of Knocktopher, co. Kilkenny (Vn. Hants, 
by Cooke, Clarenceux, 1575, H. Coll. Arms certified, 
pedigree registered, crest granted, and certain, qrngs. 
confirmed, U.O., 14 June 1889). Quarterly of 44, viz., 
quarterly, or and sable, four covered cups counterchanged 
(Langrishe); 2. argent, on a cross engrailed gules, five 
escallops or (Du Plessis) ; 3. azure, a cross engrailed or 
(De Poupaincouit) ; 4. sable, a btnd and bordure argent 
(Thgligny) ; 5. azure, a chevron between three boars' heads 
couped argent (Reading); 6. gules, a lion rampant per 
fesse argent and or (Grace') ; 7. the same, a crescent for 
difference (Grace — cadet) ; 8. gules, three horses' heads 
couped argent, bridled azure, tasselled or (Horsfall); 9. 
argent, a chevron gules, between three broad-arrow heads, 
points upwards, sable (Walsh) ; 10. argent, a chevron 
between th.ee garbs gules (Sheffield) ; n. argent, a chevron 
between three lions' heads erased sable (Fenaby) ; 12. 
azure, a chevron between three talbots passant argent 
iGower); 13. azure, a fret argent, within a bordure or 
(Lownde); 14. gules, three leopards' heads in bend or, 
between two lions' heads erased argent (Burnham); 15. 
argent frctty and a chief azure (Beltoft); 16. argent, two 
bars azure, in chief three estoiles of the second (Moyne); 
17. argent, a chevron gules, fretty or, between three delves 
sable (Delves); 18. argent, ten torteaux gules, four, three, 
two, and one, a label of three points azure (Babington) ; 19. 
or, a fret azure (Ward) ; 20. sable, three mullets argent 
(Martell); 21. quarttrly, chequy or and azure, and ermine 
iGibthorpe); 22. gules, a fesse between six luces argent 
(Thorpe); 23. gules, three mullets argent (Hansard); 24. 
quarterly, or and guies, a bordure sable, bezant£e (Roch- 
ford); 25. sabL, cruelly fitch^e and three fleurs-de-lys argent 
1 Hillary) ; 26. argent, a chevron vtrt, between seven serpents' 
heads, four and three, out of the mouth of each a cross cross- 
ly fitcMe gules (Myhill) ; 27. gules, on a cross between four 
lions rampant argent, a cross of the field, charged with five 
mullets of the second (Billingsley) ; 28. argent, a chevron 
sable, between three coots proper (Coote) ; 29. chequy or 
and azure, a fesse ermine (Calthcrpe) ; 30. ermine, on a 
c i f gules, three crosses pat<5e or (Witchingham) ; 31. 
gules, two lions passant or(Felton); 32. argent, on a bend 
dancettee sable cottised of the field three fleurs-de-lys or 
iCuffe); 33. per bend crenelk4e argent and gules (Boyle); 
34. sable, three bugle-horns argent, stringed or (Belling- 
ham) ; 35. argent, three bendlets gules, on a canton of the 
second, a lion rampant of the first (Burnishead) ; 36. 
quarterly, azure and or, in the first quarter a pelican of the 
second vulning herself proper (Hoadley). Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
a lion rampant per fesse or and sable. Motto — "Medio 
".utissimus ibis." Livery — Black, with canary colour 
lacings. 

Only son of Sir James Langrishe, 4th Bart., b. 1823 ; 
d. 1910 ; by 1st wife, m. 1857, Adela de Blois Eccles : — 
Sir Hercules Robert Langrishe, 5th Bart. (19 Feb. 1777), 
of Knocktopher, c 1. Kilkenny, D.L., temp. Comdr. 
R.N.V.R., f( rmerly Capt. and Hon. Major Oxford L.I., 
b. 1859 ; in. 1887, Helen Amelrosa, d. of the late Rt. Hon. 
Fitzwilliam Hume Dick, P.C. ; and has had issue — Hercules 
Ralph Langrishe, Esq., Lieut. R.F.C., b. 18S8 ; killed on 
active service 1917 : Terence Hume Langrishe, Esq., Lieut, 
late Irish Gds., and R.A.F., h. 1895 [in. 1926, Joan Stuart, 
(1. of Major Ralph Grigg, late 18th Hussars; and has 
issue — Hercules Ralph Hume Langrishe, Esq., b. 1927]. 
Seat — Knocktopher Abbey, co. Kilkenny. Clubs — Marl- 
borough, Carlton, R.Y.S., Kildare Street (Dublin). 

Sons of Richard Langrishe, Esq. (yngst. son of 3rd 

Bart.), J. P. for city of Kilkenny, Clerk of the Peace for 

co. Kilkenny, b. 1834 ; d. 1922 ; in. 1st, 1863, Fannie 

{d. 1867), d. of Stafford Chaine ; 2nd, 1871, Sarah 

Ogle (d. 1873), d. of the Very Rev. Ogle William 

Moore, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), Dean of Clogher ; 

3rd, 1882, Amitia Sneade, d. of the late Rev. Frederick 

Brown, M.A. (Oxon.), F.S.A., of Fern Bank, Becken- 

ham : — 

Henry Hoadly Langrishe, Gentleman, B.A. (Trin. Coll., 

Dub.), Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature in 

Ireland, 1897, served S. Africa with 7th I.Y. 1900-01 

/Queen's medal and 4 clasps), Asst. Resident N. Nigeria 



1902, Clerk of the Crown and Peace co. and city Kilkenny 
1916-26, b. 1872 ; in. 1903, Norah Isabel, d. of late Rev. 
Thomas Coney, M.A. ; and has issue — Roger Hercule^ 
Langrishe, Gentleman, Lieut. R.E., b. 1905 ; Noreen 
Sylvia; and Beatrice Aileen. Clubs — Sports, R. Irish 
Automobile. 

John du Plessis Langrishe, Esq., D.S.O., Maj. R.A.M.C, 
B.A., M.B. (Trin. Coll., Dub.), b. 1883; m. 1914, Helen 
Dorothy, d. of Philip Ge< rge Collins, of The Park, Becken- 
ham, Kent, and has issue —Philip John Duppa Lang; ishe, 
Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Hugh Richard Langrishe Gentleman, 
b. 1923 ; and Dorothy Pratt. Res. — 2 South Gillsland Road, 
Edinburgh. 

Richard Bellingham Langrishe, Esq., Major Indian Army, 
b. 1884 ; m. 1909, Mabel Katherine, d. of Henry G. H. 
Gibson of Streatham, and has issue — Richard Courtenay 
Gibson Lang ishe, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; and Beryl Edith 
Frances. Res. - Archersfield, Alverstoke, Hants. 

STEPHEN MARTIN LANIGAN-O'KEEFFE, Esq., 
J. P. for co. Tipperary and King's Co., B.A. (Dublin), Bar- 
rister-at-Law ; assumed name and arms of O'Keeffe, in 





FORTI ETFIDELI NIHIL DIFFICILE 



place of those of Lanigan, by Royal Licence, July 13, 1895. 
Born 1839, being the eldest son of the late John Lanigan, 
Esq., M.P. , of Glenaguile, by Frances, dau. of the late 
Charles O'Keeffe. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, 1. azure, 
a lion rampant argent ; 2. gules, a knight in armour, on 
horseback at full speed, proper, the horse argent; 3. or, a 
peacock in his pride proper ; 4. vert, three lizards in pale or. 
Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon an 
antique crown a gryphon segreant or, holding in the dexter 
claw a sword erect argent, pommelled gold. Motto — " Forti 
et fideli nihil difficile." Married, 1870, Madeline Maria, 
second dau. of John Hobbs Peart of Ardtona, co. Dublin ; 
and has, with other Issue — John, b. 1871. Seat — Glenagyle, 
Toomavara, Nenagh. Residence — 35 Fitzwilliam Place, 
Dublin. 

LANGTON, see GORE-LANGTON. 

LANGTON. Quarterly, sable and or, a bend argent. 
antling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours , 



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an eagle or and a wyvern vert, interwoven and erect on 

their tails. 

Sons of Bennet Rothes Langton, Esquire, J. P., D. L. 
co. Lincoln, b. 1840; d. 1925 ; m. 1865, Lucy Katharine 
(d. 1924), only dau. of the Rev. Langhorne Burton 
Burton, Rector and Lord of the Manor of Somersby : — 
Bennet Langton, Gentleman, b. 1870. Seat — Langton 

Hall, Spilsby, co. Lincoln. 

Rev. Algernon Charles Mainwaring Langton, b. 1879 

Res. — Mavis Enderby Rectory, Spilsby, Lines. 

LANGTON. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three chev- 
ronels gules (for Langton); 2. quarterly, i. and iiii., gules, 
on a bend argent, six ears of rye sable ; ii. and iii. , azure, 
a chevron between three griffins' heads erased argent (for 
Ryan) ; 3. azure, a bugie-horn proper, stringed gules, 
between three mullets or (for Comerford). Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest -Upon a wreath of the colours, a 
heart gules, between two wings proper. Motto — "Sursum 
corda." Livery —White, with red facings. 

Sons of Francis Albert Romuald Langton, Gentle- 
man, of Danganmore, co. Kilkenny, and West 
Tytherton, co. Wilts., b. 1840; d. 1917; m. 1869, 
Margaret Cecilia, d. of John Tobin of Montreal: — 

Theobald Michael Langton, Esq., Major (ret.) 21st 
Lancers, b. 1871. Res. — 

Charles Joseph Langton, Gentleman, b. 1874. Res. — 

Arthur Victor Langton, Esq., Major (ret.) R.A. , b. 1880 ; 
m. , Anne, d. of Williams, and has issue — Frances. 

Res.— 

George Philip Langton, Esq., O.B.E., K.C., Barrister- 
at-Law Inner Temple, b. 1881 ; m. 1919, Katherine, d. of 
D. L. Leahy, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Shanakiel, co. Cork, 
and has issue— Moira. Res. — 51 Draycott Place, S.W. 
Clubs — Athenaeum, Beefsteak. 



LAMSDOWNE, 
MAURICE. 



Marquess of, see PETTY-FITZ- 



LANYON (Confn. U.O.). Gules, on waves of the 




between two gyrons of the field. Crest — On a mount vert, 
a falcon rising proper, belled and jessed or. Motto — ' ' Vive 
ut vivas." 

Sons of late Louis Mortimer Lanyon, Esq. (s. of Sir 

Charles Lanyon, J. P. and D.L. ), b. 1846; d. 19 ; m. 

1879, Laura, d. of Charles Valentine Phillips, 

H.E.I.C.S. :— 
Charlie Valentine Lanyon, Esq,, Major ("et.) The Norfolk 
Regt. , b. 28 March 1880 ; m. , Gwendolyn Ellen Vincent 

Jackson ; and has issue — William Mortimer Lanyon, Gentle- 
man, b. 1918; John Charles Lanyin, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; 
and Anne Gillespie. Post. add. — c/o Messrs. Holt & Co., 
3 Whitehall Place, S.W. 

Owen Mortimer Lanyon, Esq., D.S.O., Lieut. -Col. (ret.i 
Roy. Horse Art. , b. 13 Sept. 1882; m. , Jeanie Jeffcock, 

and has issue — Owen Patrick Lanyon, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; 
Nancy Phoebe ; Shiela Jean ; and Diana. Res. — 

Louis Frank Lanyon, Esq., Major "The Green 
Howards" Princess of Wales' Own Yorkshire Regt., b. 1885 : 
w. , Celia Louisa Ethel King ; and has issue — Mortimer 

Cecil Lanyon, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; Gerald Frank Lanyon, 
Gentleman, b. 1925. Res. — 

LAPAGE (H. Cell.). Chevronny cf six or and sable, 
on a pale gules, three bozants. Mantling sable and or. 




sea azure, a castle of two towers, on the battlements 
thereof a falcon rising all proper, on a chief or, a pallet 



Crest — On a wreath of the colcurs, upon a torteau a cock 
or. Motto — " Toujours de bonne heure." 

Sons of John Lapage of Elmwood House, Leeds, 

b. 1798 ; d. 1881 ; m. 1839, Anna Dorothy, d. of Capt. 

Richard Wilson, 2nd Queen's Royal Regt. : — 
John Henry Lapage, Gentleman, b. 1845 ; m. 1882, Char- 
lotte Maria, d. of William Todd-Naylor of Liverpool ; and 
has issue — John Norman Lapage, Gentleman, A.M.I.C.E., 
b. 1882. Res.— 

Richard Herbert Lapage, Esq., J. P., M.Inst.C.E., b. 
1849; m. 1876, Marion, only d. of John Swaine of Head- 
ingley, Leeds, Gentleman; and has issue — (1) Comdr. 
Charles Herbert Swaine Lapage, R.N.,£. 1886; (2) Francis 
Claud Lapage, Gentleman, B.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., b. 
1888 {Res. — White Heather, Forest Row, Sussex) ; Katharine 
Helen ; Dorothy Marion ; Edith Winifred ; and OliAe 
Swaine. Res.— Walmer, Kent. Clubs— Deal and Walmer, 
Union (Walmer), Cinque Ports Golf (Deal). 

Sons of Charles Clement Lapage, Gentleman, M.A. , 

M.D. of Cambridge, M.RCS., L.S.A., b. 1851; 

^.1926; m. 1878, Emily Sophia, d. of Horatio Simpson, 

M.D. of Pontefract : — 



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Charles Paget Lapage, Gentleman, M D., F.R.C.P. , 
b. 1879. Res. — 20 St. John Street, Manchester. 

Reginald Henry Lapage, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb), 
b. 1880. 

Walter Neville Lapage, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b. 1883. 

John Clement Lapage, Gentleman, b. 1885. 

Geoffrey Lapage, Gentleman, M.B., Ch.B., M.Sc, b. 
1888. Address — The University, Manchester. 

LARCOM (U.O., 12 Feb. 1840). Argent, on a mount, 
a hawthorn bush proper, and in chief an eagle displayed 
gules. Mantling- gules and argent. Crest— On a cap of 
maintenance azure, turned up ermine, a martlet sable, hold- 
ing in its beak a fleur-de-lys or. Motto — " Le roy la loy." 
Sons of Lt.-Col. Sir Charles Larcom, 2nd Bart. , b. 1843 ; 
d. 1892 ; m. 1881, Jeanie, d. of Alexander Perceval of 
Temple House, co. Sligo : — 

Sir Thomas Perceval Larcom. 3rd Bart. (24 Dec. 1868), 
D.S.O., F.R.G.S., Major R.H.A., b. 1882. Res. — 
Brandeston, Wickham Market, Suffolk. Club— Travellers'. 

Philip Larcom, Esq., Lieut, late R.N.V.R., b. 1887; 
m. 1920, Aileen Monica, d. of Rev. Arthur Colbeck, Vicar 
of Easton ; and has issue — Charles Christopher Larcom, 
Gentleman, b. 1926 ; and Monica Rosemary Georgina. 
Res.— Easton, Wickham Market, Suffolk. 

Charles Arthur Aiskew Larcom, Esq,, Comdr. R.N., 
b. 189 1. Res.— 

LARKEN. Per pale ermine and erminois, three leopards' 
faces proper, on a chief engrailed azure, a lion passant 
guardant argent. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On 
a wreath of the colours, upon a mount in front of three ears 
of barley stalked and leaved, a lark, holding in the beak 




a columbine all proper. Motto—" Surget alauda." Livery 
— Dark blue, buff facings. 

Sons of Francis Roper Larken, Gentleman, b. 1844; 

d. 1907 ; m. 1873, Eliza (d. 1896), dau. of John Uppleby 

of Scarborough : — 

Rev. Hubert Larken, M.A., Hon. Canon of Lincoln 

Cathedral, £. March 15, 1874. Res. -Minster Yard, Lincoln. 

Frank Larken, Esq., C.B., CM.G, Rear-Adm. R.N., 

in command of H.M. 2nd Cruiser Squadron since 1927, b. 

Not. 15, 1875; m. 1909, Victoria, d. of the late Comdr. 

W. Rawson, R.N. Res.— 2 Holmbush Road, Putney. Clubs 

— United Service ; Marlborough. 

Edmund Larken, Gentleman, C.B.E., b. Dec. 5, 1876. 

JOHN LARKIN, Gentleman. Born , being the 

son of John Larkin, late of Aldersgate Street, London, 



E.C. Armorial bearings— Per fesse nebuly erminois and 
gules, a pale counterchanged, three leopards' faces, two and 
one proper, and as many escallops one and two of the first. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, 
in front of a rock, an escallop, thereon a lark proper, holding 
in the beak two ears of wheat or. Motto — " Fidelis et 
constans." Residence — 

LARPENT, see DE HOCHEPIED-LARPENT. 

LASCELLES (H.Coll. ). Sable, a cross patonce within 
a bordure or. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath 
of the colours, a bear's head ermine, muzzled gules, buckled, 
collared, rimmed and studded or. Motto — " In solo Deo 
salus." Livery — Dark blue, waistcoat yellow, with narrow 
blue stripe. 

Eld. son of Henry Thynne Lascelles, 4th Earl of Hare- 
wood, b. 1824; d. 1892; in. 1st, 1845, Lady Elizabeth 
Joanna (d. 1854), d. of the 1st Marquess of Clanricarde ; 
2nd, 1858, Diana Elizabeth, d. of Col. John George 
Smyth, M. P. , 01 Heath, co. Yorks. : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Ulick Lascelles, G.C.V.O., 5th Earl 
of Harewood and Viscount Lascelles (7 Sept. 1812), Baron 
Harewood of Harewood, co. Yorks. (18 June 1796), J. P. 
Yorks., Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rotulorum W. Riding co. 
Yorks., Hon. LL. D. Leeds and Sheffield, Hon. Col. and late 
Col. comdg. Yorkshire Hussars, formerly A.D.C. to the 
King, and to the Earl of Mayo when Viceroy of India, 
b. 1846; m. 1881, Lady Florence Kathaiine Bridgeman, 
d. of 3rd Earl of Bradford; and has issue — (1) Sir Henry 
George Charles Lascelles, K.G. , D.S.O., Viscount Lascelles, 
Knt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem, Hon. LL.D. (Sheffield), D.L. co. Galway, Hon. 
Col. 1st Batt. London Regt., Capt.-Gen. Res. of Officers, 
Gren. Gds., sometime Major Yorks. Hussars Yeo., served 
Great War 1914-18 (D.S.O., with Bar, Croix de Guerre), b. 
1882 [m. 1922, H.R.H. Princess Victoria Alexandra Alice 
Mary, G.B.E., only d. of H.M. King George V, and has 
issue -(1) Hon. George Henry Hubert Lascelles, b. 1923 ; 
(2) Hon. Gerald David Lascelles, b. 1924. Seat - Po. tumna 
Castle, Portumna, co. Galway. Res. — Goldsborough Hall, 
Knaresborough, Yorks. ; Chesterfield House, South Audley 
Street, W.i]; (2) Hon. Edward Cecil Lascelles, D.S.O.,. 
M.C,. Capt. and Brev.- Major 5th Batt. The Rifle Brigade, 
b. 1887 [m. 1915, Joan Eleanor Campbell, 2nd d. of the 
late Col. Eustace J. A. Balfour and Lady Frances Balfour, 
d. of 8th Duke of Argyll (Res.— Linton Springs, nr. Wether- 
by, Yorks.)]; and Lady Margaret Selina, C.B.E. [m. 1906, 
Gustavus William Hamilton-Russell, 9th Viscount Boyne, 
and has issue]. Seats— Harewood House, Leeds, York- 
shire ; Goldsborough Hall, Knaresborough, Yorkshire. 
Town res. — 13 Upper Belgrave Street, S.W. Clubs— 
Carlton, Turf, Marlborough, Yorkshire, Hurlingham. 

Son of Hon. Frederick Canning Lascelles, Ccmra. R.N. 

b. 1848 ; d. 1929 ; m. 1878, Frederica Maria, d. of the 

Hon. Sir Adolphus F. O.Liddell, K.C.B., Q.C. :— 

Alan Frederick Lascelles, Esq., M.V.O., M.C, Capt. 

Beds. Yeo., Private Sec. to the Prince of Wales since 1920, 

b. 1887; w.i 920, Hon. Joan Thesiger,eld. d. of 1st Viscount 

Chelmsford, and has issue — John Frederick Lascelles, Esq., 

b. 1922 ; Lavinia Joana ; and Caroline Mary. Res. — 

3 Hyde Park Street, W.2. 

Yngr. sons of 4th Earl of Harewood by his second 
marriage • — 
Hon. George Algernon Lascelles, Hon. Major Essex 
Regt., late Capt. 3rd Batt. P.O.W. Regt., b. 1865 ; m. 1905, 
Mabel Caroline Elcocke, d. of the late Francis Elcocke 
Massey of Poole Hall, Norwich ; and has issue— Sybil Mary. 
Clubs — Wellington, Boodle's. 

Hon. William Horace Lascelles, b. 1868; m. 1899, 
Madeline, d. of Rev. Gerard Barton of Fundenhall, Nor- 
folk ; and has issue— (1) Daniel William Lascelles, Esq., b. 
1902 ; (2) John Edward Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1911 ; 
Mary Madge; Pamela Diana; and Susan Olivia. Res. — 
Swanton House, Melton Constable, Norfolk. Club — 
Travellers'. 

Sons of Hon. George Edwin Lascelles (3rd son of 3rd 

Earl), Barr.-at-Law, J. P. North and West Ridings 

Yorks., /;. 1826 ; d. 1911 ; m. 1851, Lady Louisa Nina 

Murray, d. of 4th Earl of Mansfield : — 

David Arthur George Lascelles, Esq., Capt. (ret.) late 

47th and Roy. Scots (Lothian Regt.), b. 1852; in. 1885, 

Edith Maud, d. of Charles J. Galloway of Thorneyholme, 

Knutsford, Cheshire ; and has issue — Gladys Maud [m. 

1907, John Redmond Hutton Squire of Holtby Hall]. 

Res. — Leeming Garth, Bedale. 



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Hon. Sir Alfred George Lascelles, Knt. Bach., Chiet 
Justice of Ceylon 1911-14, K.C. , sometime Attorney- 
General of Ceylon, b. 1857; tn. 1911, Isabel Carteret, d. 
of late Francis John Thynne of Haynes 1'ark, Beds., D.L. ; 
and has issue — Francis Alfred George Lascelles, b. 1912 ; 
Ursula ; Kathleen Louisa Isabel ; and Hermione Constance. 
Res. — The Cliff, Terrington, Yorks. 

Edward George Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1859; m. 1891, 
Minna, d. of Rev. John Boyle, Vicar of Ashby Folville, 
Leicester ; and has surv. issue — Evelyn Herbert Lascelles, 
Gentleman, b. 1893 [tn. 1923, Colleen Una, d. of the late John 
Taylor, of Rockwood Station, Queensland, and has issue — 
John Edward Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; Geoffrey 
Edward Charles Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1927]. Res. — 
Goo:ganga, Proserpine, Queensland. 

Rev. Maurice George Lascelles, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly 
Vicar of Harewood, Lee Is, H< n. Canon of Ripon, b. i860 ; 
tn. 1891, Jane Barbara, d. of Robert Ballard Woodd of 
Woodlands, Hampstead. Res. — 11 Langcliff Avenue, 
Harrogate. 

Arthur George Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1869. Res. — 
Aldwinkle, Thrapston. 

Ernest George Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; tn. 19 6, 
Edna Kidd, Res.— 

Son of Rev. and Hon. James Walter Lascelles, M.A. 
(Oxon.), Rector of Goldsborough, Canon of Ripon, b. 
1831 ; d. 1901 ; m. 1856, Emma Clara, d. of Sir 
William Miles, 1st Bart. : — 

Reginald Francis Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1868. Res. — 
Sons of Henry Arthur Lascelles, Esq., M.V.O., Lt.- 
Col. late Rifle Brigade, b. 1842 ; d. 1913 ; tn. 1883, 
Caroline Maria, d. of Hon. Charles Alexander Gore: — 

Edward Charles P. Lascelles, Gentleman, O.B.E., b. 
1884; m. 1911, Leila Winifred Leonor, Lady of Grace of 
the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, only d. 
of late Sir Vincent Kennett-Barrington of the Manor 
House, Dorchester ; and has issue — Henry Anthony 
Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1912; and Alice Leila. Res. — 
38 Argyll Road, W.8. 

Henry Francis Lascelles, Gentleman, Lieut. Welsh Gds., 
b. 1886; tn. 1918, Rose Caroline Georgina, d. of the late 
Col. Frederick Aylmer, R. A., of Suffolk House, Cheltenham; 
and has issue — John David Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; 
Oliver Lascelles, Gentleman, b. 1921. Res. — 35 Gloucester 
Terrace, W. 

Francis William Lascelles, Esq., M.C., Clerk of Public 
Bills, House of Lords, late Capt. R.F.A., b. 1890 ; tn. 1924, 
Esmee Marion, d. of the late Charles Bury, of Downings, 
Saline, co. Kildare, and has issue — Charles Brian Lascelles, 
Gentleman, b. 1926. Res. — 85 Inverness Terrace, W. 

Sons of Col. Walter Richard Lascelles, J. P. and D.L., 
b. 1837; d. 1906; tn. 1861, Ellen, d. of Charles Kane 
Sivewright, and Lucy, d. of the Rev. Richard Vivian 
(uncle of the 1st Lord Vivian) : — 

George Reginald Lascelles, Esq., O.B.E., formerly 
Lt.-Col. 7th Batt. Royal Fusiliers., Exon of the King's 
Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard, b. 1864 ; 
tn. 1895, Beatrice, d. of the late Rev. R. T. Pulteney, 
Rector of Ashley, Northants. ; and has issue — John 
Norman Pulteney Lascelles, Esq., Capt. Coldstream 
Gds., A.D.C. to Governor-Gen. of S. Africa, b. 1898 ; Joan ; 
and Barbara Judith [tn. 1925, Edward William Seymour]. 
Res. — Ashley Court, Market Hai borough. Club — Army 
and Navy. 

Ernest Lascelles, Esq., O.B.E., temp. Lieut. -Col. Rifle 
Bde., b. 1870 ; m. 1898, Flora Evelyn, d. of the late John 
Bulteel of Pamflete, Devon ; and has surv. issue — Faith 
Evelyn. Res. — Winkfield Lodge, Windsor Forest. 

LASZLO DE LOMBOS (H. Coll., 16 Oct. 1923). Azure, 
upon a mountain vert, an eagle rising proper, in chief a 
mullet of six points argent. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — Issuing from the coronet of an hereditary noble- 
man of the Kingdom of Hungary, a demi-lion proper, 
holding between the paws an escutcheon gules, charged 
with a dexter hand couped also proper. Motto — " Veritas 
vincit." 

Son of the late Adolph Laszl6 : — 

Philip Alexius Laszlo de Lombos, Esq., M.V.O., portrait 
painter, Chev. Leg. Honour; G.O. Crown (Italy), Chev. 
Order of Pius IX. ; Comdr. Order of Isabella la Catolica 
(Spain), of Jesus Christ (Portugal), etc., b 1869 ; 
tn. 1900, Lucy Madeline, d. of the late Henry 
Guinness of Burton Hall, Stillorgan, and has issue 
— (1) Henry Guinness Laszlo de Lombos, Gentleman, 
b. 1901 ; (2) Stephen Philip Laszlo de Lombos, Gentleman, 



b. 1904; (3) Paul Leonardo Laszl6 de Lombos, Gentle- 
man, b. 1906 ; (4) Patrick David Laszlo de Lombos, 
Gentleman, b. 1909; (5) John Adolphus Laszlo de Lombos, 
Gentleman, b. 1912. Res. — 3 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hamp- 
stead, N.W. Clubs — Burlington Fine Arts, Roehamp- 
ton. 

LATHAM (H. Coll.). Gules, an eagle displayed or, 
between two bezants in fesse, on a chief of the second a 
cross moline sable between two roses of the field. Mantling 
guies and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an 
eagle, wings elevated, inverted, and addorsed or, resting 
the dexter claw on a torteau and charged on the wing 
with a cross, as in the arms. Motto — " Fortuna et labore." 
Son of Samuel Latham, of Manchester : — 

Sir Thomas Paul Latham, 1st Bart. (24 May 1919), b. 
1855 ; tn. 1888, Florence Clara, d. of William Walley, of 
Manchester ; and has issue — Herbert Paul Latham, Esq., 
b. 1905 ; Violet Irene [tn. 1920, Cuthbert Francis Hamilton, 
son of Rev. Francis Hamilton, of Charlton Manor, Knares- 
borough] ; Aubrey Clara [tn. 1st, 1921, Henry Ralph 
Birkin (whom she divorced 1927) , 2nd, 1928, Lord 
Edward Hay, Major Gren. Gds.]. Seat — Crow Clump, 
Weybridge. Club — Junior Carlton. 

LATHAM formerly of Brad wall Hall(H. Coll.). Erminois, 
on a chief indented azure, three bezants, over all abend gules, 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
upon a rock proper, an eagle, wings elevated erminois, prey- 
ing on an infant proper, swaddled azure, banded argent. 
Motto — " Expertus fidelem." 

Only surv. son of George William Latham, Esq., J. P. 

of Bradwall Hall, Cheshire, M.P., b. 1827; d. 1886 ; 

m. 1856 : — 
Alexander Mere Latham, Esq., Recorder of Birkenhead 
since 1912, Barr.-at-Law, B. A. (Oxon.), b. 1862; tn. 1892, 
Eleanor, d. of late Hilton Greaves of Derker, Oldham, 
and has issue — George Hilton Latham, Esq., Capt. R.E., b. 
1893 ; Roger Done Latham, Gentleman, b. 1900. Res. — 7 
Cheyne Gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 3. Chambers — 1 Tanfield 
Court, Temple, E.C.4. Club — Reform. 

LATHOM, Earl of, see BOOTLE-WILBRAHAM. 

LATON, see FREWEN-LATON. 

LA TOUCHE, see WARD-LA TOUCHE. 

LA TOUCHE (U.O. ). Argent, a pomegranate slipped 
in pale proper, on a chief of the last two mullets of the field. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a mullet of five points pierced argent. Motto 
"Quid verum atque decens euro et rogo." Livery— Blue 
and silver. 

Son of William Puget La Touche, Esq., Lt.-Gen. Ind. 

Army, b. 1838 ; d. 1904 ; tn. 1866, Frances Gertrude, 

second d. of Gen. Sir Anthony B. Stransham, G.C.B. :— 

Charles Burdett Malcolm La Touche, Esq., CLE., late 

Manager of the Jodhpur-Bikaner Railway, /;. 1868. Post. 

add. — 

Sons of William Digges La Touche, Gentleman, b. 

; d. ; tn. 1842, Louisa, d. of Christopher 

L'Estrange-Carleton of Market Hill, co. Fermanagh: — 

John George Digges La Touche, Gentleman. 

Edmond Robert Digges La Touche, Gentleman, Barrister- 

at-Law. 

The Rev. WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN LA TROBE- 
BATEMAN, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A., Hon. Canon of 
Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford, Rector of Ascot 1900-17. 
Born Jan. 8, 1845, being the eldest son of the late John 
Frederic La Trobe-Bateman, Esq., of Moor Park, Surrey, 
F.R.S., LP. and D.L., High Sheriff 1866 (who assumed by 
Royal Licence, 1883, the prefix-surname of La Trobe), by 
his wife Anne, only dau. of Sir William Fairbairn, 1st Bart., 
of Ardwick, LL.D., F.R.S. Armorial bearings— Azure , 
on a fesse with cottises engrailed, between three escallops 
or, as many crescents, each surmounted by a mullet gules. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest —On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of an eagle's head or, a crescent sur- 
mounted by a mullet gules, between two wings also or, each 
charged with an escallop azure. Motto — " Sidus adsit 
amicum." Married, 1870, Mildred Jane (d. 1878), second 
dau. of Rev. Robert Sumner, and granddau. of Rt. Rev. 
Charles Richard Sumner, D.D. , Bishop of Winchester ; and 
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Sir G. Astley Callaghan, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., Commander- 
in-Chief of the Home Fleet; and has issue— Ralph Sumner 




La Trobe-Bateman, Gentleman, b. 1900; John Saumarez 
La Trobe-Bateman, Gentleman,^. 1905]; Rowena Mildred ; 
and Hilda Mary. Res.— Streatley, nr. Reading. Club — 
Athenaeum. 

LATTER (H. Coll.). Azure, three wedding favours, 
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terrestrial sphere proper. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest— Out of a crown vallery or, a greyhound's head 



argent, collared and chained of the first. Mottoes (over 
crest) — "A tot bien estrainz " ; (below arms) — " Pourtrois." 
Livery — Blue and white, with blue and white striped 
waistcoat. 

Sons of Alfred Charles Latter, Gentleman, of Weald 

Place, Sevenoaks, b. 1857; d. 1923; m. 1891 Edith 

Gertrude, second d. of late Charles Henry Plevins of 

Woodford House, near Thrapston : — 

Kenneth Alfred Latter, Gentleman, M.C. , b. 1897. Seat 

— Weald Place, Sevenoaks, Kent. Club — Army and Navy. 

Maurice Plevins Latter, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb.), b. 

1899. Res. — Weald Place, Sevenoaks. 

LATTA of Portman Square (H. Coll.). Sable, on a 
pile argent, a lymphad, sail furled of the first, in base 
two crescents of the second. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — In front of an oak-tree fructed proper, a crescent 
argent. Badge — A sprig of oak fructed and a thistle 
leaved and slipped in saltire both proper, entiled by a 
circlet or. Motto — " Durri vivo vireo." 

Son of the late William Latta, of Darmalloch, 
Old Cumnock, co. Ayr : — 

Sir John Latta, 1st Bart., of Portman Square (9 
Feb. 1920), b. 1867 ; m. 1896, Ada Mary, d. of John 
Young Short, Esq., J. P., of Ashbrooke Hall, co. Durham ; 
and has issue — Cecil Latta, Esq., B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1903 ; 
Sybil [m. 1923, Maj. Philip Alexander Francis Spence, of 
Oatley's Hall, Brackley, co. Northampton ; and has 
issue — A dau.j ; Ada Mary [m. 1924, Comte deCramayel, 
only s. of the Marquis de Cramayel of Cramayel, France, 
and has issue — 1 son]. Res. — 12 Portman Square, W.i. 
Clubs — City of London, Wellington, Constitutional, 
Hurlingham. 

LATYMER, Baron, see MONEY-COUTTS. 

LAUDER of West Hartlepool (L.O., 1892). Vert, a 
griffin segreant argent, on a chief of the second a stag's 
head caboshed between two fountains proper. 

Son of Robert Lauder of West Hartlepool, co. 
Durham, b. ; d. ; m. : — 

Col. Robert Lauder, V. D. , J.P, co. Durham and West 
Hartlepool, Hon. Col. Durham R.G.A., b. 1850; m. 1876, 

, d. of Joseph Conyers of Harrogate, Yorkshire. Res. 

— Broom Hill, West Hartlepool ; 7 Coniscliffe Road, West 
Hartlepool. 

LAUDERDALE, Earl of, see MAITLAND. 

LAURIE of Maxwellon (R.L., 26 March 1887, H. 
Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a cup argent with a 
garland between two laurel-branches, all issuing out of the 
same vert (Laurie) ; 2 and 3, quarterly, gules and erminois, 
on a fesse azure , three martlets or, in the first and fourth 
quarters a lion rampant argent (Bay ley). Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of 
branches of laurel in saltire proper, 
semper viridis. " 

Son of Rev. Sir (John Robert Laurie) Emilius Laurie 
of Maxwelton, 3rd Bart., B. D. , Vicar of St. John's, 
Paddington, 1867-89, b. 1823; d. 1917 ; m. 1855, 
Marianne Sophia, d. of Edward R. Rice, M. P. , of Dane 
Court : — 
Sir Claude Villiers Emilius Laurie, 4th Bart. (U.K., 13 
March 1834), C.B., D.S.O., M.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at- 
Law, late Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. comdg. 3rd Batt. King's 
Own Scottish Borderers, and temp. Lt.-Col. 2/sth Batt. 
1914-16, b. 1855. Seat — Maxwelton, Moniaive, co. Dum- 
fries. Town house — 14 Hyde Park Street, W. Club — 
Oxford and Cambridge. 

Wilfrid Emilius Laurie, Esq., LL. B. , Barrister-at-Law, 
b. 1859; m. 1890, Marian Isabel, d. of John Stirling, Esq., 
D. L. ; and has had issue — John Emilius Laurie, Esq., 
D.S.O., Major Seaforth Highlanders, seived Great War 
(despatches, D.S.O. with Bar, Legion of Honour!, b. 1892 
\m. 1922, Evelyn Clare, d. of Lt.-Col. Lionel Richardson- 
Gardner, and has issue — Rosemary Evelyn Anne ; and 
Marian Clare (Res. — 14 Hyde Park Street, W.2)] ; Wilfrid 
Walter Laurie, Esq., Capt. K. O. Scottish Borderers, b. 
1897 ; killed in action 1917 ; Sylvia Marion ; Evelyn Mary ; 
Jean Winifred ; and Isabel Eila. Res. — Beeches, Faygate, 
Sussex. 

Sons of Cecil Emilius Laurie, Esq., J. P., b. 1862; d. 
1919 ; m. 1900, Helen Janet, d. of late Robert Douglas 
Campbell, R.N.:— 



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Douglas Claude Emilius Laurie, Gentleman, b. 1902. 
Res. — Jarbruck, Moniaive, co. Dumfries. 

Archibald Montagu Laurie, Gentleman, b. 1904. 
Ronald Edward Laurie, Gentleman, b. 191 1. 

LAW (H. Coll., 1890). Ermine, on a bend engrailed 
between two cocks gules, three mullets pierced or. Mant- 
ling 1 gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
a cock gules, chained round the neck and charged on the 
breast with a mitre or. Motto—" Compositum jus fasque 
animi." 

Son of Hon. Henry Spencer Law, b. 1802 ; d. 1885 ; 

m. 1839, Dorothea Anne (d. 1871), d. of Col. Rochfort 

of Clogrenane : — 
Rt. Hon. Cecil Henry Law, 6th Baron Ellenborough 
(U.K., 19 April 1802) [Supporters— Two eagles, wings 
elevated sable, the dexter chained round the neck, 
and pendent therefrom on the breast, a mitre or, the 
sinister with a like chain, and pendent therefrom a 
covered cup of the second], C.B., Col. late Dorset Regt., 
J. P., D.L. Dorsetshire, sometime Chairman Dorset- 
shire Terr. Army Association, b. 1849; m. 1884, Alice 
Caroline (d. 1916), d. of the late John Harvey Astell of 
Woodbury Hall, Beds. ; and has issue — (1) Hon. Henry 
Astell Law, M.C., Capt. K.O.Y.L.I., b. 1889 [m. 1923, 
Helen Dorothy, d. of H. W. Lovatt, and has issue — 
Richard Edward Cecil Law, Esq., b. 1926]. Res. — Mont- 
rose, Prince of Wales Road, Dorchester. Club — Naval and 
Military. 

Son of Thomas Graves Law, Esq., LL.D. (third 

son of Hon. William Towry Law — see below), b. 

1836; d. 1904; 111. 1880, Wilhelmina Frederica, d. 

of Capt. John James AILn of Errol Park, Perth : — 
Henry Duncan Graves Law, Esq. ,C. I.E., Indian C.S., b. 
1883; m. 1909, Jean, d. of Peter Graham, R.A., of St. 
Andrews, and has issue— Richard Graham Law, Gentle- 
man, b. 1918 ; Christopher Law, Gentleman, b. 1921 ; 
Michael Haldane Law, Gentleman, b. 1925. Res. — c/o 
Foreign Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

Sons of Frederick Charles Law, Esq., Comm. R.N., 

Sec. to Lt.-Gov. of Ontario for twenty years, b. 1841 ; 

d. 1922 ; m. 1874, Charlotte Margaret, d. of Hon. 

John Willoughby Crawford, Lt.-Gov. of Ontario : — 
William Victor Law, Esq., Capt. Canadian Forces 1914- 
18, b. 1880; in. 1912, Violet, d. of H. Watson, and has 
issue — Frederick Henry Law, Gentleman, b. 1912; and 
Charlotte Mary. Res. — Midland, Ontario. 

Frederick Wilfred Law, Esq., Lieut, (ret.) R.N.,/>. 1882. 
Res. — Crawford Island Lake, Muskoka, Ontario. 

Augustus Leonard Paget Law, Gentleman, b. 1883; m. 
1919, Maude, d. of George Sherwood Crawford. Res. — 

Adrian Aloysius Sherwood Law, Esq., Major (ret.) 
R.C.R.I., b. 1885; m. 1914, Maud, d. of Hon. N. A. 
Andette, Judge of Exchequer Court, Canada, and has issue — 
Charles Anthony Francis Law, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; Adrian 
Augustus Stewart Law, Gentleman, b. 1918. Res. — 2 Lear- 
moth Avenue, Quebec. 

Sons of Hon. William Towry Law, b. 1809 ; d. 1886 ; 

m. 1st, 1831, Hon Augusta Graves (d. 1844), d. of 

2nd Baron Graves ; 2nd, 1846, Matilda (d. 1894), d. 

of Sir Henry Montgomery, Bart. :— 
Ernest Phi iipAlphonso Law, Esq., C.B..C.V.O., Barrister, 
B. A. (London), F.S.A., b. 1854; m. 1890, Katherine 
Helen, widow of Capt. Rupert Lonsdale, C.M.G., d. of 
Tohn Russell of New Forge, Antrim. Res. — The Pavilion, 
Hampton Court Palace. Club — Travellers'. 

Sir (William) Algernon Law, K. C.M.G. , C.B. , formerly 
Controller of Commercial and Consular Affairs in the 
Foreign Office, withrankof Asst. Under-Sec. ofState, b. 1856 ; 
m. 1st, 1885, Constance Mary (d. 1909), d. of Rev. Charles 
W. Bagot, Chancellor of Bath and Wells ; 2nd, 1912, 
Hon. Catherine Hozier, second d. of 1st Lord Newlands ; 
and has issue — (1) Nigel Walter Law, Esq., formerly First 
Sec. in the Diplomatic Service, b. 1890. Res. — 74 Brook 
Street, W. Club— Travellers'. 

LAW of Glenconway (Confn. U.O.). Gules, a pale 
ermine, between two lions rampant combatant or, in chief 
a portcullis between two cocks of the last. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock 
proper, charged with a portcullis or; motto, "Fortes 
creantur fortibus." Mottoes — "Lex etjustitia"; "Fortes 
creantur fortibus." 

Only son of Robert Law (eld. son of Michael Law) 
b. ; d. ; m. : — 

Michael Law, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 



Sons of late Rev. Robert Samuel Law, M.A. , b. ; 
d. ; m. :— 

Frederick William Law, Gentleman, Solicitor, b. 1870. 
Seat — Great Freffans, Trim, Ireland. Res. — Carlow. 

Arthur Gerald Sydney Law, Gentleman, Barr.-at-Law 
I King's Inns), b. 1872. Res. — 2 Elton Park, Kingstown, 
Dublin. 

Claude John Law, Gentleman, Solicitor, b. 1878. Res. — 
23 Edenvale Road, Ranelagh, Dublin. 

Sons of Thomas Pakenham Law, Esq., K.C. , b. 1834; 

d. 1905 ; m. 1872, Amelia, d. of Horace Rochfort of 

Clogrenane, Carlow : — 

Samuel Horace Law, Gentleman, M.D., F.R.C.S.I., 

F.R.S.M., b. 1873 I **■ I 9°5. Sybil Mary. d. of the late Sir 

George Clay, Bart. ; and has issue— (1) Lionel William 

Law, Gentleman, b. 1907; (2) Horace Rockfort Law, 

Gentleman, />. 191 1 ; and Rachel Amy. Res. — 46 Merrion 

Square, Dublin. 

Alexander Henry Law, Gentleman, M. I. E. E., A. M. I. E. E., 
/'. 1878. Res.— 

The Late WILLIAM THOMAS LAW, Gentleman, 
Doctor of Medicine of the University of Edinburgh, Fellow of 
the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Born September 




13, 1845, being the elder and only surviving son of Henry 
Compton Law of Allington, b. 1815; d. 1870; m. 1844, 
Elizabeth, second daughter of the Reverend John Taylor of 
Wadham College, in the University of Oxford, Vicar of 
Llanarthney , in the county of Carmarthen , Rector of Willand, 
and sometime Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty Queen 
Caroline. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1887)— Parted per 
bend or and ermine, a cock gules, and on a shield of pretence 
quarterly of 224, viz. 1 and 224, the arms of Price (of Spring 
Grove, Baronets), namely gules, a lion rampant argent ; 2 
to 222 (the 220 quarterings of Price — vide E. A. Uvedale 
Price) ; 223, per pale azure and sable, three demi-lions 
ermine, langued and collared gules (Harrison of Ripley). 
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, 
with a Mantling gules, doubled argent ; and upon a 
wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a cock as in 
the arms. Motto — " Lex ratio summa. " Livery — Brown 
coat, scarlet collar and cuffs, gilt buttons, waistcoat of 
yellow and red stripes. Married, Oct. 22, 1879, Georgiana 
Charlotte Elizabeth (d. 1927), second daughter and 
eventual co-heir of the late Edwin Plumer Price, Esq., Q.C., 
Recorder of York, County Court Judge for West Norfolk, 
and a Bencher of the Inner Temple, by his first wife Lucy, 
daughter and co-heir of John Harrison, Esquire, son of 
Robert Harrison, Esquire, of Benningholme Hall and Ruis- 
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county of Surrey ; and died 1910, having had Issue — Alan 
Rokeby Law, Gentleman, B.A. (Cambs. ), b. March 22, 1881 ; 
d. 1906, Estate — Ripley Court, in the county of Surrey. 

LAW (H. Coll.). Argent, an eagle displayed with two 
heads vert, charged on the breast with a sun in splendour 
and each wing with a pale or, between in the first and 
fourth quarters an olive-branch proper and in the second 
and third a rose gules. Mantling vert and argent. Crest 




— On a wreath of the colours, a dove close argent, beaked 
ind legged gules, holding in the beak an olive-branch as 
in the arms, between two wings sable, each enfiled with 
a wreath of olive vert. 

Son of Harry Dampier Law, Esq., Commander R.N. 
(ret.), b. 1850; d. ; m. 1889, Florence Ellen 

Clements, d. of Col. W. H. Clements, R.M.L.I. :— 
Howard Frederick Law, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res. — 

LAW. Ermine, on a bend engrailed between two cocks 
gules, three mullets pierced or. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock gules, 
chained round the neck and charged on the breast with 
a mitre or. Motto — " Compositum jus fasque animi." 
Livery — White, blue facings. 

Sons of Rev. James Henry Adeane Law, Clerk in Holy 
Ordfrs, b. i860; tn. , Mary, d. of Rev. W. G. 

Gillum, Vicar of Pucklechurch, Bristol: — 
Charles Law, Gentleman, b. 1890. 
Harry Law, Gentleman, b. 1892. 
Victor Patrick Law, Gentleman, b. 1901. Res. — 

LAWDER of Lawderdale (Confn. U.O. 1913). Gules, 
a griffin segreant argent, charged on the shoulder with a 
trefoil vert, within a double tressure flory counterrlory of the 
second. Mantling gules and argent, Crest— On a wreath 
of the colours, a solan goose standing on one leg on a rock 
all proper. Motto — " Sub umbra alarum tuarum." 

Sons of General Edward James Lawder, Madras Staff 
Corps, b. 1821 ; d. 1900; m. 1845, Dora Jane, eld. d. 
Thomas Moore- Lane, M.D., Madras Med. Dept. : — 

James Ormsby Lawder, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Leitrim, 
High Sheriff 1909 and 1919, M.Inst.C.E., late P.W. Dept. 
India, b. 1847 ; m. 1872 ; Jane Eliza, d. of Rev. Edwin 
Thomas, Vicar of Carlingford, co. Louth ; and has issue 
— Cecil Edward Lawder, Esq. Lieut. -Col., late R.F.A., 
last High Sheriff, co. Leitrim 1921, b. 1877 [in. 1909, Violet 
Wood, d. of J. Basden Orr of Kelvinside, Glasgow] ; and 
Pearl Edith. Seat — Lawderdale, Ballinamore, co. Leitrim. 

Charles Lawder, Gentleman , Indian Postal Dept. , b. 1853 ; 
m. 1901, Mary (d. 1925), eld. d. of Robert Arkwright of 
Knuston Hall, Northants. ; and has issue — Robert Lawder, 
Gentleman, Indian Army, b. 1906; Dorothy; and Clare. 
Res.— 



Francis Lawder, Gentleman, b. 1862 ; m. 1888, Elizabeth, 
d. of H. D. Macleod ; and has issue— (1) Patrick Lawder,' 
Gentleman, R.N., b. 1891 ; (2) Keith Lawder, Gentleman, 
R.N., b. 1893; (3) Edward Lawder, Gentleman, R.N.,/ 
1895. Res.— 

Arthur Lawder, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; tn. 1892, Blanche, 
d. of J. Luff of Old House, Blandford ; and has issue— 
Rynd Lawder, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; and Dora. Res. 

LAWES-WITTEWRONGE of Rothamsted (R.L. 
1902). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, three bendlets 
gules, on a chief sable a barrulet dancettee or (for 
Wittewronge) ; 2 and 3, or, two flaunches azure, on 
a chief nebuly of the second three estoiles or (for 





POURLHFOY 




Lawes). [Mantling gules and argent. Crests— r. a 
Saracen's head affrontee, couped below the shoulders 
proper, wreathed about the temples and tied in a 
bow or and gules ; 2. on a mount vert, the trunk of 
a tree fessewise. eradicated and sprouting to the dexter, 
surmounted by an ermine passant proper. Motto — " Pour 
la foy." Livery — Black and gold. 

Only son of Sir Charles Bennet Lawes- Wittewronge, 
2nd Bart., b. 1843 ; d. 1911 ; m. 1869, Marie Amelie 
Rose, d. of Charles George Fountaine : — 
Sir John Bennet Lawes-Wittewronge, 3rd Bart. (19 
May 1882), of Rothamsted, co. Hertford, b. 1872 ; tn. 
1897, Helena Ramsay, d. of Henry Ramsay Cox, of 
Folkestone, Kent ; and has issue — John Claude Lawes- 
Wittewronge, Esq., 2nd Lieut, late R.F.A., R.S., b. 
1898 [m. 1928, Kathleen, d. of Gerald Hodgson] ; Sydney 
Vernon Lawes-Wittewronge, Esq., b. 1906 ; Caroline 
Adelaide [m. 1928, Richard Karl Ellis Woodhouse, R.E., 
of Sydney] ; Sylvia [m. 1927, Victor John Kinsella, 
M.B., 'M.Chg., of Melbourne]. Res. — Rothamsted, 
Harpenden, Herts. 

LAWLESS (U.O. , 1776). Argent, on a chief indented 
sable, three garbs or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest 
— Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-man in armour, in 
profile, his vizor closed, holding in his dexter hand a sword 
all proper, the helmet adorned with a plume of three 
feathers, the centre one argent, the exterior two gules. 
Supporters — Dexter, a bull sable, armed and unguled 
argent ; sinister, a ram argent, armed and unguled or. 
Motto — " Virtute et numine." 

Fourth and only surv. son of Edward, 3rd Baron 
Cloncurry, b. 1816 ; d. 1869; tn. 1839, Elizabath, only 
d. of John Kirwan of Castle Hackett : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Lawless, 5th Baron Cloncurry, 
(IreL, 22 Sept. 1789; U.K., 14 Sept. 1831), 5th Bart. 
(6 Aug. 1776), b. 1847; s. his brother 1928. Res. — 
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LAWLEY (H. Coll., Vn. Salop, 1623). Quarterly, 1. 
argent, a cross formed throughout, the field chequy sable 
and or (Lawley); 2. argent, on a fesse engrailed sable, 
between three lions' heads erased gules, as many bezants 
( Rugeley) ; 3. quarterly, per fesse indented ermine and 
guies, a bordure engrailed azure; 4. argent, a wolf passant 
fable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a wolf sable. Motto — " Je veux de bonne 
guerre." 

Sons of Beilby Richard, 2nd Baron Wenlock, of Escrick 
Park, York, b. 1818 ; d. 1880 ; m. 1846, Elizabeth, d. of 
2nd Marquess of Westminster: — 

Rt. Hon. and Rev. Sir Algernon George Lawley, 5th 
Baron Wenlock of Wenlock, co. Salop (13 May 1833), 
12th Bart. (16 Aug. 1641) [Supporters — Oa either side a 
wolf sable, collared or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon 
argent, charged with a chevron of the first between three 
moors' heads affronted proper], M.A. (Camb. ), Vicar of 
St. Peter's, Eaton Square, 1913-16, Hon. Chaplain to the 
King since 1913, b. 1857; m. 1896, May Ethel, d. of 
the late Sir Stuart Donaldson, of New South Wales. Seat — 
Monk Hopton, Bridgnorth, Salop. 

Hon. Sir Arthur Lawley, G.C. S.I. , G.C.I. E. , K.C.M.G., 
Governor of Madras 1905-1911, late Capt. 10th Hussars, 
b. i860; m. 1885, Dame Annie Allen, G.B.E. , d. of Sir 
Edward Cunard, 2nd Bart. ; and has had issue — Richard 
Edward Lawley, Esq., b. 1887 (d. 1909); Hon. Ursula 
Mary, Maid of Honour to Queen Mary 1912-27 \tn. 1927, 
1st Baron Wraxall] ; and Margaret Cecilia \m. 1919, 
Geoffrey Dawson, of Langcliffe Hall, Settle . Res. — 9 
Seymour Street, W. Club — Brooks's. 

The Late DENYS ALEXANDER LAWLOR- 
HUDDLESTON, Esquire, J. P., late Lieut. 13th Batt. 
Somerset Light Infantry ; assumed by Royal Licence 
dated June 20, 1891, the name and arms of Huddle- 
ston in addition to those of Lawlor. Born 1845, 
being the only son of the late Denis Shine Lawlor 
of Castlelough, co. Kerry, by his wife Isabella, dau. of the 
late Edward Huddleston of Sawston, and of Purse Caundle, 
co. Dorset. Armorial bearings (R.L., 1891)— Quarterly, 




upon a mount vert, a stag lodged in front of a spear-head 
in pale, point upwards, all proper (for Lawlor). Mottoes— 
(over the Lawlor crest), " Mea culpa fides"; (under the 
arms), "Soli Deo honor et gloria." Livery — White, with 
scarlet facings. Married, Sept. 4, 1897, Alexandrina Isabella, 
dau. of Hon. Alex. Keith of Nova Scotia and died 1921. 
Estates — Sawston and Hildersham, Cambs. ; Castlelough, 
Kerry, Ireland. Seat — Sawston Hall, Sawston, Cambs. 

LAWLOR (Confirmed U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a 
lion rampant gules, on a canton azure, a crescent argent 
(for Lawlor) ; 2 and 3, argent, three martlets gules, within 
a bordure or (for Cairnes). Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an arm embowed 
vested sable, cuffed argent, the hand proper grasping a 
short sword or. Motto — " Fortis et fidehs." 

Sons of John Hilliard Lawlor, Esq., of Tralee, co. 

Kerry, b. 1819; d. 1889; m. 1847, Catherine, dau. 

and eventually heiress of Lt.-Col. John Elliot Cairnes, 

Scots Fusilier Guards, Knt. of the Hanoverian 

Guelphic Order : — 
The Very Rev. Hugh Jackson Lawlor, D.D., D.Litt.. 
Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, since 1924, 
Professor of Ecclesiastical History Dublin Univ. since 
1898, Sub-Dean Chapel Royal, Dublin, b. i860 ; m. 1st, 
Kate Anna, d. of the late Arthur Samuels, of Langara, 
Kingstown ; 2nd, Leila Mary (d. 1926), d. of the late 
John H. Samuels, of Beaufort, Kingstown. Res. — 
The Deanery, St. Patrick's Close, Dublin. 

HenryCairnes Lawlor, M.A. .Member Koy. Irish Academy, 
b. 1870; m. 1893, Beatrice Kathleen, ygst. d. of late 
Alexander MacDonald, Esq., J. P., of Glenarm, co. Antrim 
(Head of family of Dalchoisne), and has issue — John 
Hilliard Cairnes, Esq., Capt. Duke of Wellington's Regt. . 
b. 1897 \m. 1928, Mary, only d. of J. C. Davison, Esq., 
K.C. , M.P., of Kevock House, Belfast] ; Alexander 
MacDonald Lawlor, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; and 3 daus. 
Res. — Killyfaddy and St. Clair, Windsor Avenue, Belfast. 

LAWRENCE (H. Coll., 19 July 1858; Gts. Vol. 52, 
p. 129). Ermine, on a cross raguly gules, an Eastern 
crown or, on a chief azure, two swords in saltire proper, 
pommels and hilts gold, between as many leopards' faces 
argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— Out of an 




1 and 4, gules, a fret argent (for Huddleston) ; 2 and 3, 
argent, a lion rampant gules between four trefoils vert 
(for Lawlor). Mantling gules and argent. Crests— 1. on 
a wreath of the colours, two arms embowed, dexter and 
sinister, vested and cuffed argent, the hands proper, hold- 
a stone sable (for Huddleston) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, 



Eastern crown or, a cubit arm entwined by a wreath of 
laurel and holding a dagger all proper. Motto — " In God 
is my trust." 

Sons of George Henry Lawrence, Esq., Bengal Civil 

Service (son of Lieut. -Gen. Sir George St. Patrick 

Lawrence, K.C.S.I., C.B.) of Merlswood, Eastbourne, 

b. 1832; d. 1895; m. 1861, Margaret (d. 1919), d. of 

Rev. Robert Staveley, Preb. of St. Munchin's, 

Limerick : — 

Lt.-Col. George Henniker Lawrence, C.M.G. , late 1st 

Batt. 30th East Lanes. Regt., served in Chitral Campaign 

1895 (medal and clasp), S. African War (twice ment. desp., 

two medals, five clasps), and Great War (desp., C. M.G. , 3 

medals), £. 1868; m. 1899, Ellen Elizabeth, d. of Arthur 

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Sir Henry Staveley Lawrence, K. C.S.I. (1926), late Indian 
Civil Service (has Kaiser-i-Hind medal), Commr. in Sind 
1916-21, Finance Mem. of Council of Govt, of Bombay 
1 921-1926, Acting Gov. of Bombay for 6 months to June 
1926, when he retired, b. 1870 ; m. 1st, 1899, Phyllis 
Louise (d. 1912), d. of Col. Edward Napier, late Cara- 
bineers ; 2nd, 1914, Rosamond, ygst. d. of Col. Edward 
Napier, of the Carabineers; and has issue — (1) George 
Napier Lawrence, Esq., b. 1899; (2) Henry Michael 
Lawrence, Esq., C.E., b. 1902 [m, 1926, Kathleen Annie, 
d. of Arthur Withington, and lias issue ^Sheila Louise]; 
John Owen Napier Lawrence, Esq., />. 1916 ; and Margaret 
lx)uise. Club -East India United Service. 

Son of Sir Henry Waldemar Lawrence, 3rd Bart., 

Barrister-at-Law, Sub. Treas. Inner Temple, J. P. cos. 

London and Surrey, B.A. (Camb.), b. 1845; d. 1908; 

m. 1873, Emily Mary (d. 1925), d. of Sir George 

Burdett L'Estrange: — 

Sir Alexander Waldemar Lawrence, 4th Bart. (10 Aug. 

1858), Chief-Asst. Solicitor to the Treasury 1924-26, J. P. 

Somerset, M.A. (Oxon. ) (Motto — "Never give in"), b. 

1874 ; m. 1904, Anne Elizabeth Le Poer, only child of 

late Henry Le Poer Wynne, I.C.S., and Emily Sarah, 

d. and coh. of Ven. Frederick Faulkner Goold of Ros- 

brien ; and has issue — (1) Henry Eustace Waldemar 

Lawrence, Esq., b. 1905; (2) John Waldemar Lawrence, 

Esq., b. 1907 ; (3) George Alexander Waldemar Lawrence, 

Esq., b. 1910. Res. — 49 Marsham Street, Westminster, 

S.W. ; Brockham End, near Bath. Clubs — Savile, 

Brooks's, Eighty. 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir John Hamilton Lawrence, 2nd 
Baron Lawrence, B.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at-Law, 
J. P. Middx., D.L. Bucks. , late Capt. Herts. Y. Cav., 
Lord-in-Waiting to Queer. Victoria 1895-1901, and to 
King Edward 1901 -5, b. 1846 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1872, Mary 
Caroline Douglas, only child of Richard Campbell of 
Auchinbreck : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander Graham Lawrence, 3rd Baron 
Lawrence of the Punjaub and of Grately, co. Southants. 
(4 Apl. 1869), 3rd Bart. (16 Aug. 1858), Major nth Batt. 
The London Regt., formerly Capt. 3rd Batt. Liverpool 
Regt., late Capt. 3rd Batt. Beds. Regt. [Supporters- 
Dexter, an officer of the Guide Cavalry (irregulars) 
of the Pathan tribe, in the Province of Peshawar, habited 
and accoutred proper; sinister, an officer of the Sikh 
Irregular Cavalry, also habited and accoutred proper. 
Motto — "Be ready"], b. 1878 ; m. 1907, Dorothy Helen, 
C.B.E., d. of A. P. Hobson ; and has issue — Hon. John 
Anthony Lawrence, Lieut. 8th Batt. Middx. Regt., b. 
1908 ; Hon. Catherine Dorina Mary ; Hon. Sarah Honoi ia 
Angel ; Hon. Mary Letitia ; and Hon. Nona Georgette. 
Res. — Greenford, Middx. Club — Carlton. 

4th and onlv surv. son of 1st Baron Lawrence, G.C.B., 
G.C.S.I., P.C., b. 1811 ; d. 1879 ; m. 1841, Harriette, 
d. of Rev. Richard Hamilton : — 
Hon. Sir Herbert Alexander Lawrence, G.C.B., Gen. 
and Chief of Gen. Staff British Armies in France 1918-19, 
Col. late 17th Lancers, Col. comdg. King's Colonial 
I.Y. , served in S. Africa 1899-1902 (twice ment. desp. , 
2 medals, 8 clasps), and Great War 1914-18, Comdr. 
Legion of Honour, G.C. Order of Leopold (Belgium), 
Croix de Guerre (Belgium), and France ; Star of Roumania, 
Order of Avis (Portugal), Rising Sun (Japan), b. 1861 ; m. 
1892, Hon. Isabel Mary Mills, d. of 1st Lord Hillingdon ; 
and has had issue — (1) Oliver John Lawrence, Esq., Lieut. 
Post Office Rifles, b. 1893; killed in action 1915; (2) 
Michael Charles Lawrence, Esq., Lieut. Coldstream Guards, 
b. 1894; d. on active service 1916; and Elizabeth Peace 
[m. 1923, Capt. Desmond Abel Smith, M.C., Gren. Gds. 
R.O.]. Res.— 32 Rutland Gate, S.W. Clubs— Naval and 
Military, Turf. 

Son of Humphrey Richard Locke Lawrence, Esq., 
Capt. 34th Sikh Pioneers, Indian Army, b. 1888 ; d. 
on active service 1915; m. 1913, Mary Claudia, d. 
of Rev. A. Bourchier Wrey of Torquay : — 
John Humphrey Lawrence, Gentleman, b. 1915. 
Son of Major-Gen. William Alexander Lawrence, Col. 
17th Cav., Indian Army, b. 1843; d. 1924 : m. 1884, 
Adelaide Bertha, d. of George Frederick White of 1 
Porchester Gate, W. : — 
Richard Travers Lawrence, Esq., M.C., Major 10th 
Bengal Cavalry, b. 1890, 

Son of Gen. Richard Charles Lawrence, C.B. , b. 181 7 ; 
d. 1896; m. 1839, Ellen, d. of Col. William Youngson, 
E.I.C. :— 
Col. Henry John Lawrence, I.S.C.. b 184s; m. 1877, 



Grace May, d. of Cubitt S. Rundle, C.E. ; and has had 
issue — Lt.-Col. Henry Rundle Lawrence, CLE., Political 
Agent, Tonk, Rajpatana, b. 1878; d. 1928 [m. 1905, 
Mary Gertrude, d. of George F. Adams, C.E. ; and had 
issue — Grace Llewelyn] ; Helen ; Grace Elise ; Lorna 
[m. 19 14, Regina d Todd, C.E.] ; and Angel. Res. — The 
Haven, Purbeck Road, Parkstone, Dorset. 

Son of Horace Hayes Montgomery Lawrence, 
Gentleman, Solicitor, b. 1855; d. 1920; m. 1890, 
Bertha, d. of Samuel Harvey Twining of 14 Gloucester 
Square, W. : — 
John Montgomery Lawrence, Gentleman, b. 1891. 
Res. — Garmoe, Camelford, Cornwall. 

Sons of Brig.-Gen. Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence, 

C.B., C.M.G., Commdr. Legion of Honour, D.S.M. 

(America), late Lt. Col. 1st King's Dragoon Gds. , b. 

1857; d. 1923; m 1884, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Sir 

Henry Samuel Wiggin, Bart., of Metchley Grange, 

Harborne, Birmingham : — 

Alexander Erskine Lawrence, Esq., M.C., Major, served 

Great War (Brev. of Major, NLC), b. 1889 ; m. 1918, Muriel 

Mary Tuff, d. of ' rederick Edgar Smith, of Ryburgh. 

Norfolk, and has had issue — Richard Alexander Hubert, b. 

1919. Res.— 

George St. Patrick Lawrence, Esq,, Capt. late Rifle 
Brigade, b, 1893 ; m. 1918, Frances Mildred, d. of the late 
Edward Nettlefo dof Birmingham, and has issue — Patricia. 
Res. — Barrow Hill, Lower Clatford, Andover, Hants. 

LAWRENCE (R.L., 1815, H. Coll.). Argent, a cross 
raguly gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a 




wreath of the colours, the tail and lower part of a fish- 
erected and couped proper. 

Son of Walter Lawrence Lawrence, Esq. (formerly 

Morris), J. P., D. L. , of Sevenhampton and Sandywell 

Park, b. 1799; d. 1877; m. 1824, Mary, only d. of 

Christian Splidt of Stratford, Essex : — 

The late Christian William Lawrence, Esq., J. P. for co. 

Gloucester, in the Diplomatic Service from 1859-90, Minister 

to Ecuador 1883-90. b. 1836 ; d. 1920. Seats - Sandywell 

Park and Sevenhampton Manor, both near Andoversford 

R.S. O. , Gloucestershire. 

Daus. and co-heirs of Rev. Anthony C Lawrence, 

b. 1842; d. 1903; m. 1876, Mary Anne, d. of Canon 

Charles Altinore Ogilvie, D.D. , Rector of Ross, co. 

Hereford : — ■ 

Katharine Mary Cecily, m. 1912, Comdr. E. Bowie 

Evans, R.N. {d. 1918). She has assumed the name of 

Evans-Lawrence. Res. — Whittington Court, Glos. 

Wynnefrede Henriet'a. Seat — Sevenhampton Manor, 
Glos. Res. — 3 St. Margaret's Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

LAWRENCE (H. Coll. 1867). Ermine, a cross raguly 
gules, in the first and f< urth quarters a serpent nowed 
proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreathe 



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of the colours, a gryphon's head couped argent, in front 
thereof a serpent nowed proper. Motto — " Mente et 
labore." 

Sons of Sir James John Trevor Lawrence, 2nd Bart., 
K.C.V.O., b. 1831 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1869, Bessie, only 
child of John Matthew of Burford, Dorking : — 

Sir William Matthew Trevor Lawrence, 3rd Bart. (30 
April 1867), F.S.A., J.P. Surrey, B.A. (Oxon.l, b. 1870 ; m. 
1908, Bertha Iris Eyre, ygst. d. of the late Brig.-Gen. Eyre 
Macdonnell Stuart Crabbe of Glen Eyre, Southampton; 
and has issue — William Lawrence, Esq., b. 1913; Roger 
Fettiplace Lawrence, Esq,, b. 1919 ; Mary Barbara; 
Elizabeth Anne; and Naomi. Res. — Burford, Dorking. 
Clubs— Wellington, Burlington Fine Arts. 

Aubrey Trevor Lawrence, Esq., M.B.E. , M.A. (Oxford), 
K.C.,Barrister-at-Law Inner Temple, ^.1875 ; OT.1901, Con- 
stance Emily Fanning, d. of late Joseph M'Gawof Kooba, 
N.S.W. , and Mickleham Downs, Dorking; and has issue — 
John Trevor Lawrence, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Peter Stafford 
Hayden Lawrence, Gentleman,^. 1913 ; and Ruth Chris- 
tian. Res. — Lindsey House, 100 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, 
S.W. ; Sentry Hill, Frensham, Surrey. 

Charles Trevor Lawrence, Esq. , O. B. E. , Major late Hants. 
Regt., Principal Asst. Sec. S. Nigeria, served S. Africa 
1899-1900 (despatches), W.Africa 1901 (despatches), and 
Great War 1914-18, b. 1879; m. 1916, Adeliza, d. of the 
late Major-Gen. Sir J. F. D. Donnelly, K.C.B., R.F. 
Res. — Secretariat, Lagos, W. Africa; Twynham, Farnham 
Common, Bucks. 

LAWRENCE ( ). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent 

a cross raguly gules (Lawrence); 2 and 3, sable, a 




Catherine - wheel between two crescents in chief and a 
trefoil in base or (Scott). Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-turbot, tail erect 
proper. Motto — " In cruce salus." 

Son of Walter Lawrence, Esq., J.P. and High Sheriff, 

by his wife Georgiana, third d. of Charles Blake of 

Moyne : — 

The late Denis lohn Lawrence, Esq., J. P., b. 18 ; 

m. 1882, Eliza Jane (d. 1897), d. of Edward Parsons of 

Oxton, Cheshire ; and has issue— Ethel Margaret. Seat — 

Lisreaghan (or Bellevue), Lawrencetown, co. Galway. 



LAWRENCE of Wimbledon Park (H. Coll., Argent, 
a cross raguly gules, on a chief of the last a portcullis 
between two millrinds or. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a roe's head affrontee, 
erased gules, charged on the neck with a portcullis as 
in the arms. Motto — " Recte faciendo securus." 

Son of Philip Henry Lawrence, of Lincoln's Inn, b. 

1822 ; d. 1895 ; m. 1858 : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Paul Ogden Lawrence, P.C., Knt. Bach., 
Lord Justice of Appeal, Bencher Lincoln's Inn, b. 1861 ; 
m. 1887, Maude Mary,d. of John Turner, of Oaklands, 
Wimbledon Park. Res. — Dunarden, Inner Park Road, 
Wimbledon Park, S.W. 19. 

LAWRENCE (H. Coll., 1869). Ermine, on a cross raguly 
gules, between in the first and fourth quarters a fasces erect 
encircled by a wreath of oak proper, a pair of compasses 
extended or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, a wolf's head erased argent, crusilly, 
and charged with a pair of compasses extended sable. 
Motto — •' Per ardua stabilis." 

Only child and heir of Alderman Sir James Clarke 

Lawrence, Bart., M.P., J.P. (Lord Mayor of London 

1868-9), b. 1820; d. 1897; m. 1887, Agnes Harriette, 

elder d. of Michael Castle of Hatherleigh House, 

Glos. : — 

Theodora Agnes Clarke Durning-Lawrence (assumed the 

additional surname by R.L. 14 July 1914). Res. — 13 

Carlton House Terrace, S.W. 1. 

Only surv. son of Alfred Lawrence, Esq., Gloucester 

Gardens, Middlesex, a Commissioner of Lieutenancy 

for City of London, b. 1826; d. 1875; m. 1858, Mary 

Elizabeth (d. 1903), d. of Henry Ridge of Upper 

Clapton : — 

Frederick William Pethick Lawrence, Esq., M.P. W. 

Div. Leics. since 1923, b. 1871 ; m. 1901, Emmeline, d. of 

Henry Pethick. Res. — Fourways, Gomshall, Surrey ; 11 

Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.2. 

LAWRENCE (H. Coll., 1906). Ermine, an escarbuncle 
or, surmounted by a lotus-flower proper, on a chief arched 
gules, a dragon passant or. Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm vested 
gules, cupped ermine, holding in the hand a plane-leaf 
proper and charged on the sleeve with a trefoil slipped or. 
Motto — " Gwaith gyda gobaith." 

Son of George Lawrence, Esq., J.P., of Trevella, 
Langwm, co. Monmouth, b. 1805; d. 1896; m. 2nd, 
1844, Catharine, d. of Edward Lewis of Wenvoe, co. 
Glamorgan : — 
Sir Walter Roper Lawrence, 1st Bart. (13 July 1906), 
G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., C.B. (Mil.), Member of the Council 
of India 1907-9 (resigned 1909), late Under-Sec. and Officia- 
ting Sec. to Indian Govt, and Private Sec. to Viceroy, Chief 
of Staff of the Prince of Wales for the Indian tour 1905. 
[Supporters — On either side a heron holding in the beak 
a sprig of plane iructed proper],^. 1857; m. 1885, Lilian 
Gertrude, d. of John Gwynne James of Aylstone Hill, co. 
Hereford ; and has issue— (1) Percy Roland Bradford 
Lawrence, Esq., M.C. , Lt.-Col. Coldstream Gds., served 
Great War (despatches twice, M.C), b. 1886 [m. 1925, 
Susan, d. of Sir Charles Addis, K.C.M.G.]; (2) Henry 
Walter Neville Lawrence, Esq., Capt. Coldstream Gds., b. 
1891. Res. — 94 Eaton Square, London, S.W. Clubs — 
Garrick, Royal Air Force. 

M THE Late Sir JOSEPH LAWRENCE, a Member 
© of the Commission of Lieutenancy, and Sheriff of the 
City of London 1900-01, M.P. for Monmouth Boroughs 
1901-06. Born 1848, being the son of Phillip Lawrence. 
Armorial bearings (H. Coll., 1901) Gules, a lozenge or, 
charged with a rose of the field barbed and seeded proper, 
within an orle of six gridirons, three, two, and one of the 
second. Mantling gules and or. Crest- Upon a wreath 
of the colours, upon a mount vert, flames of fire in front of 
a gridiron or. Motto— " Ardent." Married, 1873, Mar- 
garet A. (Res.— 23 Carlyle Mansions, Cheyne Walk, S.W.3), 
d. of late loseph Jackson ; and left issue— Maud Beatrice 
[m. Arthur Hungerford Pollen, M.A.]. 

LAWRENCE (H. Coll., 1901). Or, on a cross raguly 
couped gules, thirteen bezants, a chief arched of the second, 
thereon a dragon passant of the first. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, two arms 
embowed, vested or, cuffed gules, each charged with a 



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torteau, the hands grasping a turbot in pale proper. 

Motto — " Gratia vici." Lively — Biue. 

Sons of Frederick William Lawrence, Esq. , of Hillcote, 
Lansdovvn, Bath. J. P., Past Master of the Worshipful 
Company of Scriveners, London, b. 1833 ; m. i860, 
Clara Agatha, second d. of Henry Woods of Grove 
House, Hornsey: — 
Ernest Frederick Lawrence, Gentleman, b. 1861; m. 1892, 

Ethel Maude, d. of T. H. Clarke of Beckenham. 

Rev. George Henry Lawrence, Clerk in Holy Orders, 

/'. 1874. Res. — Chesham Bois Kectorv, Bucks. 

LAWRENCE (H. Coll.). Per chevron argent and 
gules, two crosses raguly in chief of the last and a lamb in 
base holding with the dexter foreleg a banner and staff all 
of the first, the banner charged with a cross couped azure. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a dragon's head erased sable between two bugle- 
horns counter-embowed or. Supporters — On either side a 
dragon sable, winged and charged on the shoulder with a 
fasces or. 

Son of David Lawrence of Pontypool, Mon. .Surgeon: — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Alfred Tristram Lawrence, 1st Baron 
Trevethin of Blaengawney, co. Monmouth (24 Aug., 1921), 
P.C., Knt. Bach. (1904), a Judge of the High Court of 
Justice 1904-21, Lord Chief Justice of England 1921-2, 
K.C. , LL. B., Bencher of the Middle Temple, J. P. co. Mon- 
mouth, J. P., D.L. co. Nairn, b. 1843 ; m. 1875, Jessie E. , d. 
of George Lawrence, Esq., J. P. , and has issue — Hon. Charles 
Trevor Lawrence, D.S.O., Lt.-Col. R.A., 6. 1879; Hon. 
Geoffrey Lawrence, D.S.O., K.C, J. P. Wilts., Col. Res. of 
Officers, served Great War 1914-18, Recorder of Oxford 
since 1924, b. 1880 [m. 1921 , Marjorie, d. of Comdr. Charles 
Napier Robinson, R.N. (ret.), and has issue — 3 daus. Res' 
— 30 Sussex Gardens, W.2]. Seat — Abernant, Builth 
Wells, Breconshire. Club — Athenaeum. 

LAWSON, see LEVY-LAWSON. 

ALEXANDER LAWSON of Annfield, Kings Kettle, 
Fife, Esq., D.L. and J. P. for that county. Born 1862, 
being eldest son of late Alexander Lawson of Annfield and 




a garb between two cross crosslets fitch^e of the first. 
Mantling vert, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his 
liveries, a garb or, banded gules. Motto — " Te splendente." 
Married, Nov. 30, 1899, Edith Isabel, dau. of John 
Brodrick Dale of Cleadon Meadows, co. Durham. Seats — 
Annfield, Kings Kettle, Fife ; Borrobol, Kinbrace, Suther- 
land. Clubs — Carlton; New (Edinburgh). 

LAWSON (H. Coll. 1 April 1909). Paly of four gules 
and vert, on a chevron or, three cinquefoils azure, and on 
a chief of the third, an ogress, charged with a demi-lion 
rampant argent, between two crescents sable. Mantling 
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a wolf's 
head erased proper, collared vert, thereon a plate between 
two crescents argent. Motto — " Loyal, secret." 

Sons of Sir John Grant Lawson, of Knavesmire Lodge, 
co. York., 1st Bart., J. P. and D.L. North Riding, and 
J. P. West Riding, co. York, M.P., M.A. (Oxon.), 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple,^. 1856; d. 1919 ; m. 
1902, Sylvia, d. of Charles E. Hunter of Selaby Hall, 
Darlington : — 
Sir Peter Grant Lawson, 2nd Bart. (U.K., 26 Dec. 1905), 
Lieut. R.H. Gds. , b. 1903. Seat— Middlethorpe Lodge, 
York. Clubs — Guards', Bucks. 
Robin Lawson, Esq., b. 1909. 
Son of Andrew Sherlock Lawson, of Aldborough 
Manor, &c. , Esq., J. P., D.L., b. 1824; d. 1872; m. 
1852, Isabella (d. 1890), d. of John Grant of Nuttall 
Hall, co. Lancaster: — 
Richard Lawson, Esq., J. P. West Riding co. Yorks. , 
b. 1864 ; m. 1893, Frances Lilian, d. of William Henry Fife 
of Lee Hall, Northumberland ; and has issue — Digby 
Richard Lawson, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; and Francis 
Cynthia Ro^alys. Res. — 11 Egerton Gardens, S.W.3. 
Club — Boodle's. 

LAWSON. Per chevron argent and or, a chevron 
invected sable, plain cottised vert, between two martlets in 
chief and a trefoil slipped in base of the fourth. Mantling 




Burnturk. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1899)— Parted per 
saltire or and vert, a saltire gules, on a chief of the second, 



sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, 
between two arms embowed proper, holding a sun in splen- 
dour, a trefoil as in the arms, the whole surmounted by a 
rainbow also proper. Motto — " Surge et fulge." 

Son of Sir Arthur Tredgold Lawson, 1st Baronet, 
J.P. for Leeds, for W. R. and N.R. co. of Yorks., 
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, b. 1844 ; d. 1915 ; 



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m. 1879, Louise Frederica Edith Auguste, dau. of John 
Stacpoole O'Brien, Esq., J. P., of Tanderagee, co. 
Armagh : — 
Sir Digby Lawson, 2ud Bart. (12 July 1900), formerly 
Capt. 19th Hussars, Maj. Yorks. Hussars Yeo. , served Great 
War (desp.), b. 1880; m. 1st, 1909, Iris Mary (marriage 
dissolved 1920), d. of Hon. Eustace R. S. FitzGerald ; 
andhas issue— (1) John Charles Arthur Digby Lawson, Esq., 
i. 1912 ; (2) Patrick William Lawson, Esq., b. 1914 ; and 
Daphne Olive ; m. 2nd, 1922, Hon. Victoria Frances Maud, 
-d. of Col. J. E. B. Baillie, M.V.O., of Docktown, and 
Baroness Burton ; and has further issue — (3) James Alex- 
ander Bertram Lawson, Esq., b. 1923 ; (4) Arthur Simon 
Albert Lawson, Esq., b. 1925. lies. — Callingwood Hall, 
Burton-on-Trent. Clubs — Cavalry, Carlton, R.A.C., 
Ranelagh. 

LAWSON-JOHNSTONE, see JOHNSTONE. 

EDWARD MAULE LAWSON-SMITH, Esq., J. P. 
for W. Riding of the co. of York, B.A. of Trin. Coll. 
(Cantab.). Born 1859, being the second son of the late 
Rev. Edward Lawson of Longhirst, Northumberland, by 
Mary, dau. of George Maule ; and assumed the surname 
and arms of Smith by Royal Licence, under the will of his 
cousin, Thomas George Smith of Togston, Armorial 
bearings (H. Coll., 21 March, 1881) — Quarterly, 1 
and 4, azure a castle proper between two flaunches 
or, each charged with a fountain, on a chief argent, 
three storks' heads erased of the field (for Smith); 
2 and 3, argent, on a chevron cottised sable, 
between three martlets of the last, as many escarbuncles of 
the first (Lawson). Mantling azure and or. Crests — 1. 
upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a stork 
argent, beaked and legged gules, holding in the beak a 
serpent and resting the dexter leg on a serpent nowed 
both proper (Smith) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on 
a mount vert, two arms embowed, vested argent, gutt^e- 
de-poix, cuffed or, the hands proper holding a sun in 
splendour within a chain in arch or. Married, 1st, 1886, 
Ethel Mary (d. 1906), second d. of Sir W. G. Davies, 
K. C.S.I. ; 2nd, 1913, Ethel Evelyn, d. of J. Nixon; and 
has had issue: — (1) Thomas Edward Lawson-Smith, Lieut. 
13th Hussars, b. 1889; killed in action 1914; (2) John 
Lawson-Smith, Lieut. W. Yorks. Regt. , b. 1892 ; killed in 
action 1914 ; (3) Michael Lawscn-Smith, Gentleman, b. 
1914 ; and Ivy Mary \_m. 1908, Lieut. Walter Holdsworth, 
1 8th HussarsJ. Res. — Colton Lodge, Tadcaster. Club — 
Yorkshire (York). 

JOHN WILLIAM EDWARD LAWTON, Gentleman, 
formerly of Lawton Hall, near Stoke-on-Trent. Born June 
24, 1873, being the eldest son of the late William John Percy 
Lawton of Lawton Hall, by his wife Mary Maud, eldest d. 
of Hon. Edward Morri= Erskine, C.B. Armorial bear- 
ings (Granted [H. Coll.] by Cooke, Clarenceux) — Argent, 
on a fesse between three cross crosslets fitch^e sable, a 
cinquefoil of the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-wolf rampant argent, 
licking a wound in the right shoulder. Seat — Lawton Hall, 
Cheshire. 

LAYCOCK. (H. Coll.). Argent, a dexter gauntlet sable, 
garnished or, between four crescents gules. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock 
sable, combed, jelloped, and membered or, and resting the 
dexter claw upon a dexter gauntlet erect gold, between two 
palm branches proper. Motto — " Paratus." 

Son of Robert Laycock, Esq., I. P. and D.L. Notts. 
(High She, iff 1878), J. P. Northumberland, M.P. for 
N. Lincolnshire 1880-1, b. 1833; d. 1881 ; m. 1866, 
Annie, d. of Christian Allhusen ; — 

Brig.-Gen. Sir Joseph Frederick Laycock, K.C.M.G., 
D.S.O., Lt-Col. Nottinghamshire Royal Horse Art. 
Territorial Army, J. P. Notts. (High Sheriff 1906), b. 
1867 ; m. 1902, Kathei ine Mary, d. of Hon. Hugh Henry 
Hare; and has surv. issue — (1) Robert Edward Laycock, 
Esq., b. 1907; (2) Peter Laycock Laycock, Esq., b. 1910; 
(3) Michael Hugh Laycock, Esq., b. 1914 ; Rosemary [m. 
1927, Capt. the Hon. Arthur Baillie, Life Gds.]; and 
Josephine [m. 1927, Hon. Edward GreenallJ. Estates— 
Low Gosfcrth, and Whittonstall, co. Northumberland. 
Seat — Wiseton, Doncaster, Yorks. Clubs— White's, Turf, 
National Sporting, Devonshire, M.C.C., Northern Counties 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne), R.Y. Squadron (Cowes). 



Sir FRANCIS LAYLAND-BARRATT, 1st Bart. (1908), 
M.A., LL.B. (Trinity Hall) Cantab., J. P. and D.L. for 
Cornwall, High Sheriff of Cornwall 1897, M.P. for Tor- 
quay Division of Devonshire 1900-10, and St. Austell Div. 




1915-18 (assumed by Royal Licence additional name of 
Layland in 1895). Born Aug. 12, i860, being the only son 
of Francis Barratt and Anna Mitchell, dau. and co-heiress 
of John Pascoe Bennetts of Woodlane, Falmouth, J. P. for 
Falmouth. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
quarterly, 1. and mi., argent, on a chevron engrailed 
between three bears statant sable, muzzled or, as many 
cross crosslets fitchee of the first (Barratt) ; ii. and 
iiii. , argent, on a fesse raguly gules between six ears 
of wheat, three and three vert, banded or, in chief, 
and two escallops in base of the third, a lion passant 
of the first (Layland); 2. argent, a greyhound courant 
between three Cornish choughs sable, beaked and 
legged gules, a chief azure, semee-de-lys for (Williams) ; 
3. per fesse gules and sable, in chief two demi-lions 
rampant argent, and in base a sprig of three trefoils con- 
joined on one stalk (Bennetts) ; impaling the arms of 
Layland, namely argent, on a fesse raguly gules, between 
six ears of wheat, three and three vert, banded or, in 
chief and two escallops in base of the third, a lion 
passant of the first. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a bear sable, 
muzzled, and resting the dexter forepaw on an 
escallop all or (Barratt) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, 
a dove rising argent, winged and ducally gorged azure, 
holding in the beak an ear of wheat or (Layland). Motto 
— " Cui debeo fidus." Badge (13 Feb. 1914) — A fleur- 
de-lys and an escallop or, joined together by a knot gules. 
Married, 1884, Frances, C. B.E., eldest d. of the late Thomas 
Layland of Stonehouse, Wallasey, Cheshire ; and has issue 
— Francis Henry Godolphin Layland-Barratt, Esq., M.C., 
Capt. Res. of Officers, late Gren. Gds., b. 1896 ; Dorothea 
Leyland ; Petronel Eleanor [m. 1st, 1913, Lieut. George 
Edward Cumming, R.N. (lost at sea 1914), elder son of Dr. 
Hamilton Cumming of Overton, Torquay ; 2nd, 1916, 
Lieut. -Comdr. Reginald Dillworth Howard, R.N. ; and 
has issue]; and Frances Patricia [m. 1915, Major Gervase 
Disney, Essex Regt. ; and has issue], lies. — 68 Cadogan 
Square, London, S.W. ; The Manor House, Torquay ; 
Tregarne Lodge, St. Austell, Cornwall. Clubs — Reform, 
Royal Thames Yacht ; Commodore of the Roval Cornwall 
Yacht Club. 



LAZARUS (H. Coll., 29 May 1914). Per fesses gules 
and argent, in chief an arm issuant from the sinister 
holding a trident erect argent, and in base a salamander 



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proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, upon a mount vert, between two branches 




of rosemary a cubit arm proper, holding a trident erect 

as in the arms. Motto — " Sans regret." 

Son of Simeon Lewis Lazarus, Gentleman (eld. son of 

Ralph Lazarus, see below), b. 1864; d. 1917 ; m. 1896, 

Clara, d. and heir of Mayer Hirsch, of Belsize Park : — 

John Lazarus, Gentleman, b. 1897; m. 1926, Dorothy 

Mary Vere, d. and heir of Col. Clemence Parr, of Alphing- 

ton, Exeter, and has issue — Rosemary. Res. — 38 Sheffield 

Terrace, W.8. C/w3— Naval and Military. 

Ygr. sons of Ralph Lazarus, Gentleman, of Gower 
Street, W. : — 
Solomon Lazarus, Gentleman, b. 1866; m. 1899; and 

has issue — 2 sons ; and 2 daus. Res. — 10 Bryanston 

Square, Wi. 

Philip Lazarus, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; m. 1902, and has 

issue— 2 sons ; and 1 dau. Res. — 12 Elvaston Place, S.W.7. 

LEA (H. Coll., 1892). Or, a fesse indented between in 
chief two lions passant gules and in base on a rock a beaver 
statant proper, charged with five ermine spots and holding 
in the mouth a sprig of willow slipped vert. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount 
vert, in front of a demi-heraldic antelope argent, horned, 
maned, tufied, and unguled or, supporting with his forelegs 
a bird-bolt palewise of the last, three pheons in fesse sable. 
Motto — " Semper fidelis." Livery — Claret. 

Sons of Sir Thomas Lea, 1st Bart., J. P., M.P. , b. 1841 ; 

d. 1902 ; m. 1864, Louey, d. of William Birch of Barton- 

under-Needwood, Staffs. : — 
Sir Thomas Sydney Lea, 2nd Bart. (13 Oct. 1892), M.A., 
LL.B. (Camb.), J. P. Worcs., b. 1867; m. 1896, Mary 
Ophelia, d. of Robert Woodward of Arley Castle, Bevvdley ; 
and has issue — (1) Thomas Claude Harris Lea, Esq., B.A. , 
LL.B. (Camb.), b. 1901 [m. 1924, Barbara Katharine, d. 
of the late Albert Julian Pell, Esq., D.L., J. P., of Wil- 
burton Manor, Isle of Ely; and has issue — Barbara Mary ; 
and Ro emary (Res. — Arley Cottage, near Bewdley)] ; 
(2) Robert Francis Gore Lea, Esq., B.A. (Camb.), b. 
1906; (3) John Sydney Birch Lea, Esq., 6. 1911 ; and 
Mary Truda. Res. — Dunley Hall, Stourport, Worcester- 
shire. Club — New University. 

Rev. Percy Harris Lea, B.A. ( amb. ), b. 1872 ; m. 1896, 
Katharine Ellen Margaret, d. of Rev. R. A. Gent; and 
has issue — (1) George Francis Percivale Lea, Gentleman, 
B.A. (Camb.), b. 1901 ; (2) Hugh Christopher Lea, Gen- 
tleman, b. 1904. Res. — 21 GrevilleRcad, Kilburn, N.W.6. 

Sons of His Hon. Judge George Harris Lea, J. P. and 



D. L. co. Hereford, b. 1843; d. 1915; m. 1st, 1864. 
Mary (d. 1867), d. of E. Futvoye, Esq. ; 2nd, 1873, 
Marion, d. of Christopher Bushell : — 
Harold Futvoye Lea, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. 
(ret.), P.W.O. Yorkshire Regt., b. 1867; m. 1894, Edith, d. 
of L. Ricketts. Res. — Blairmont, Lugwardine, Hereford. 
George Percy Lea, Gentleman, b. 1875 > m - I 9 I °. 
Jocelyn Clare, d. of G. H. C. Lea ; and has issue — George 
Harris Lea, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Christopher Gerald Lea, 
Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Elizabeth Joyce; and Ethel Marion. 
Res. — The Beeches, Franche, Kidderminster. 
Ronald Sydney Harris Lea, Gentleman. 

LEA of Kidderminster (H. Coll., 1846). Ermine, a fesse 
dancette'e vert, fiory counterflory or, between in chief two 
lions passant sable and in base a stag lodged proper, 
collared and chain refiexed over the back of the third. 
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of 
the colours, a beaver proper, seme'e-de-lys or, holding in 
the mouth a branch of willow also proper. Motto — " Spe 
vita? melioris. " 

Sons of Rev. Frederic Simcox Lea of Astley Hall, 
co. Worcester, and The Lakes, Kidderminster, M.A. 
(Oxford), Prebendary of Hereford, and Rector of Ted- 
stone Delamere, b. 1823; d. 18Q3 ; m. 1855, Elizabeth 
Catherine, second d. of the Rev Henry Clark, Vicar 
of Harmston, co. Lincoln : — 
Rev. Thomas Simcox Lea. D.D. (1910), M.A. (Oxford), 
Scholar of Hertford College, b. 1857; m. 1899, Mary, second 
d. of the late Jame, Gay (who married Rose Gay of Thurn- 
ing) ; and has issue — J< hn Maurice Lea, Gentleman, /'. 
1904. Res. — Hespera, Exmouth, Devi n. 

Arthur Augustus Lea, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxford), b. 1859 ; 
m. 1924, Mildred Rachel Elizabeth, d. of Charles Style 
Humphreys, M.D., F.R.C.S., and has issue — Martin 
Arthur Simcox Lea, Gentleman, b. 1927. Res. — Thomason, 
King's Ride, Camberley, Surrey. 

John Lea, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. 1897, Dorothea Mary, 
d. of Rev. D. W. Sitwell of The Manor, Leamington Hast- 
ings, co. Warwick ; and has issue — (1) Robert Simcox Lea, 
Gentleman, b. 1897 [?n. 1925, Susan Barre, d. of Major B. 
Goldie.of Royston] ; (2) Wilmot Sitwell Lea, Esq., Lieut. 
R.N., b. 1902; (3) Arthur Blackwall Lea, Gentleman, b. 
1906 ; (4I George Holden Clark Lea, Gentleman, b. 1911 ; 
and Eleanor Catherine. 

LEACH (H. Coll.). Azure, a lion rampant argent, 
gorged with a collar nebuly of the field, a chief nebuly of 




the second, thereon a crown vallary between two mascles 
gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath 



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of the colours, in front of a dexter cubit arm, the hand 

grasping a serpent, head upwards, proper, three mascles or. 

Motto — " Finis coronat opus." 

Son of Rev. Thomas Leach, B.A. (Corp. Christi Coll., 
(Jamb.), Clerk in H. Orders, Vicar of Burton-in- Lons- 
dale, b. 1848; d. 1908; m. 1876, Elizabeth, d. of 
Thomas Linnell of Delamere Forest : — 
Rev. Robert Leach, B.A. (Magd. Coll., Camb. ), Clerk in 

Holy Orders, b. 1881. Res. —134 Milton Road, Cambridge. 
Son of Rev. Thomas Leach, B.A. , Clerk in H. Orders, 
Vicar of Thornton-in-Lonsdale, co. Yorks., b. 1818; d 
1875; in. 1847, Anne Elizabeth, d. of Richard Lodge, 
Surgeon : — 
Rev. Edmund Foxcroft Leach, M.A. (Christ's Coll., 

Camb.), Rector of St. John's, Deansgate, Manchester, b. 

1851. Res. — Clymping Vicarage, Littlehampton. 



LEADBETTER, 
BETTER. 



see GREENSHIELDS - LEAD- 



LEADBETTER (L.O.). Sable, on a chevron between 
three annulets or, three quatrefoils of the field. Mantling 




sable, doubled or. Crest — Issuing out of a mural crown 
or, a demi-unicorn ermine, armed, crined, and unguled 
gold. Motto — " Tuta timens." 

Only surv. s. of late Robert Hutton Leadbetter, 

Glasgow, b. 1827 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1865, Margaret, d. of 

Hugh Lammie : — 

James Stevenson Leadbetter, Esq., K.C., Advocate, 

B.A. and LL.B. (Camb.), Vice-Dean of the Faculty of 

Advocates, b. 1867. Res. — 9 Rothesay Place. Edinburgh. 

LEADBITTER (H. Coll.). Gules, on a chevron or, 

between three bezants, as many crosses patonce of the 

field, quartering Graham, Heron, Carnaby, and Fewster. 

Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 

colours, a griffin's head sable, erased gules, pierced through 

the mouth with an arrow fessewise or. Motto — " Fidelis. " 

Son of Francis John Graham Leadbitter, Gentleman, 

temp. 2nd Lieut. K.R.R.C, Soliciior, b. 1881 ; killed 

in action 1917 ; m. 1908, Teresa Clothilda, d. of Miguel 

del Riego of Leon, Spain: — 

Jasper Michael Leadbitter, Gentleman, b. 1912. Seat — 

Warden, nr. Hexham, Northumberland. 

Yngr. sons of Thomas Francis Leadbitter, Solicitor, b. 
1839; d. 1923 ; m. 1872, Matilda, d. of Joseph Thomas 
Savory Surgeon, of Wendover, Bucks.: — 



Rev. Matthew Graham Leadbitter, b. 1885 ; m. 1915, 
Eirene, d. of Oswald Swete, and has issue — (1) Nicholas 
Andrew Leadbitter, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; (2) Matthew Aidan 
Leadbitter, Gentleman, b. 1927 ; and Mina Elizabeth. 
Res. — The Rectory, Moretonhampstead, S. Devon. 

Eric Cyril Egerton Leadbitter, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; m. 
1918, Irene, d. of Frederick Lloyd. Res. — 46 Christchurch 
Avenue, Brondesbury, N.W.6. 

LEADBITTER - SMITH (H. Coll., 1843, R.L.)— 
quarterly, r and 4, per pale gules and azure, on a chevron 
engrailed or, between three bezants, each charged with a 
cross patee' fitche^ sable, as many crosses pate6 fitch^e ot 
the last (for Smith) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a chevron or, be- 
tween three bezants, as many crosses patonce of the field 




(for Leadbitter). Mantling gules and or. Crests— 1. on 

a wreath of the coiours, a stag lodged argent, semee of 

estoiles azure, attired and gorged with an Eastern crown, 

the chain reflexed over the back or (for Smith) ; 2. on a 

wreath of the colours, a griffin's head sable, erased gules, 

pierced through the mouth with an arrow fessewise or (for 

Leadbitter). Motto — "Vigilans. " Livery — Dark green. 

Sons of Matthew Edward Leadbitter-Smith, Esquire, 

of Flass Hall, Durham, J. P. forco. Durham, Lieut. -Col. 

4th Batt. Durham Light Infantry, b. 1841 ; d. 1917 ; 

in. 1870, Adela Alice (d. June 2, 1897), dau. of Lieut. - 

Col. William Henry Graham, formerly Bengal 

Engineers : — 

John Francis Leadbitter Smith, Gentleman, b. 1873. 

Nicholas Augustine Graham Leadbitter, Esq., late Major 

3rd Batt. Durham L.I., adopted the name of Leadbitter 

only, b. 1880 ; m. 1913, Francesca Mary Josephine, eldest 

d. of F. Casella of Hove, Sussex. Estate — Blaydon. Res. 

— Flint House, Holcombe, nr. Bath. Club — Jun. Army 

and Navy. 

CHARLES REGINALD DE VERE LEADER, Gentle- 
man. Born November 29, 1847, being the eldest son of the 
late Captain Thomas Leonard Leader, Justice of the Peace 
and Deputv-Lieutenant, of Ash Grove, in the county of Cork, 
by his first wife Airlie, only daughter of the late Captain 
Macdougall, 42nd Highlanders. Armorial bearings— He 
bears for Arms : Argent, on a fesse sable between three 
ogresses, each charged with an escallop of the first, a lion's 
head erased between two boars' heads also erased or, all 
within a bordure wavy gules. Upon the escutcheon is 
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling sable 
and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, 
an arm embowed, habited paly wavy of six vert and gules, 
the hand grasping a branch of three roses barbed and 
leaved all proper. Motto. " Probum non pcenitet." Mar- 
ried, 1871, Fanny, daughter of Captain Moore, late 35th 
Regiment ; and has Issue — A son. Seat — 



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LEADER ( ). Or, on a fesse between three 

escallops within as many annulets sable, a lion's head be- 
tween two boars' heads all erased of the field, a bordure 
nebuly of the second. Mantling 1 sable and or. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of the colours, an arm embowed, issuing 
from an annulet and vested or, charged with two pallets 
engrailed sable, the hand holding a sprig of three roses 
proper. Motto — " Virtus salus aucum." Livery — Black, 
with gilt buttons. 

Son of John Daniel Leader, Gentleman, F.S.A., J. P. 

city of Sheffield, by his wife Mary, d. of Robert 

Waterhouse of Sheffield : — 
Robert Leader, Gentleman, Barr.-at-Law, b. i860 ; m. 
1904, Helen, d. of the late John Alan Clutton-Brock, of 
Weybridge, Surrey ; and has issue — Robert Leader, Gentle- 
man, b. 191 1 ; and Mary. Res. — Sandygate House, 
Sheffield. 

LEADER (R.L. , 1903, U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
argent, on a fesse sable, between three ogresses, each 
charged with an escallop of the field, a lion's head between 
two boars' heads, all erased or, a bordure engrailed gules 
(Leader) ; 2 and 3, per fesse, the base per pale in chief or, 
a dexter hand couped at the wrist gules, grasping a sword 
erect entwined with a serpent proper, between two lions 
rampant respecting each other of the second, in the dexter 
base vert, a buck trippant of the first; in the sinister, per 
bend argent and sable, a boar passant counterchanged 
(Sullivan). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, an arm embowed vested paly of six 
vert and gules, holding in the hand a branch of three roses 
proper. Motto — " Probum non poenitet." 

Son of Rev. Leonard Leader Sullivan, B.A. Dublin, 
b. 1842 ; d. 1874 ; m. 1866, Mary Louisa Leader : — 

The Rev. Leonard Leader Leader (formerly Sullivan), 
M.A., b. 1866; m. 1893, Ellen Jane, d. of William Stock- 
ings of Stony Stratford, Bucks. ; and has had issue — (1) 
Leonard William Leader Leader, Esq., Capt. Beds, and 
Herts. Regt., b. 1895; missing in Iraq, 1925 ; (2) Donald 
Benjamin Leader Leader, Gentleman, Officer P. & O. b. 
1899 ; and Elsie Muriel Gertrude. SVa/'— Stake Hill, Clon- 
banin Cross, co. Cork. 

LEAHY formerly of Southhill (U.O. ). Gules, a lion ram - 




Res. — 3 Goda Road, 

(seventh son of John 
b. 1830 ; d. 1878 ; m. 



proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, holding in the paws a 
sceptre or. Motto — " Fortiter et fideliter." 

Sjnof Professor Arthur Herbert Leahy, M.A. , some- 
time Fellow of Pembroke Coll. (Camb. ), and Professor 
of Mathematics at the University of Sheffield, b. 1857 ; 
d. 1928 ; m. 1913, Margaret, only d. of Chichele Nourse 
of Weymouth Street, London: — 
John Leahy, Gentleman, b. 1914. 
LittlehampKn. 

Sons of Col. Arthur Leahy, R.E. 
Leahy, Esq., J. P., ot Southhili) 

1st, 1856, Harriet (d. 1862), d. of Bartholomew Moliere 

Tabuteau of Simmons Court Castle, co. Dublin ; 2nd, 

1866, Eliza Thomasina, cnly d. of Thomas Poynter of 

Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park : — 

Henry Gordon Leahy, Esq., O.B.E., Lt.-Col. late R.A. , 

J. P. and (1922) High Sheriff co. Kerry,;?. 1868; 111. 1st, 

1899, Aline Mina (d. 1901), only child of Capt. Henry 

Raymond Pelly, R.E. ; 2nd, 1905, Ellen Elizabeth, d. ot 

William Johnson of Fortfield, Cheltenham ; and has issue — 

Arthur Gordon Poynter Leahy, Gentleman, 2nd Lieut. R.E. , 

b. 1908; (by 1st mar.) Kathleen Elizabeth; and (by 2nd 

mar.) Edith Constance. Res. — Chittlehamholt Manor, N. 

Devon. Club — Army and Navy. 

Thomas Bernard Arthur Leahy, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., 
Col. R.A.O.C., b. 1878 ; m. 1904, Agnes Wentworth, 
only d. of Mordaunt Stevens, M. D., and has issue — Thomas 
Leahy, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; Geraldine Clara Marguerite 
[m. 1926, Lieut. E. P. Young, R.N.]; and Rose Marie. 
C7«<$— Army and Navy. 

LEAKE, see MARTIN-LEAKE. 

LEATHAM formerly of Wakefield and Hemsworth Hall 
(H. Coll. ). Per saltire ermine and or, on a chief engrailed 
azure, three bezants, each charged with a saltire gules. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a nest, thereon an eagle with wings elevated or, 




pant or, armed and langued azure, in chiet a fleur-de-lys 
argent between two roses of the last, barbed and seeded 



the nest and wings frettv vert. Motto — " Virtute vinces." 

Livery — Grey, blue collar. 

Sons of Samuel Gurney Leatham, Esq. , J. P. , of Hems- 
worth Hall, Yorks.,^. 1840; d. 1919 ; m. 1867, Annie 
Gertrude [d. 1915), third d. of John Frederic LaTrobe 
Bateman, F. R.S. , of Moor Park: — 
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A.D.C. to King George 1919-20, served Great War, has 
Order of St. Anne (cross swords) (Russia), Order of Rising 
Sun (Japan), Order of the Crown (Belgium), Legion of 
Honour (France), b. 1870; m. 1908, Helen Mary (d. 1924), 
only d. of late Andrew Gillon of Wallhouse, Linlithgow- 
shire; and has issue— Andrew Gurney Leatham, Gentleman, 
b. 1912; Diana Mary; Priscilla Helen ; Catherine Agnew; 
Helen Isabella ; and Rachel Elizabeth. Res. — King's 
Grange, Dalbeatie. Club— Jun. Naval and Military. 

Cecil Maxwell Leatham, Esq., Capt. Norfolk Regt., b. 
1875 ; m. 1911, Dorothy Grace, d. of R. B. Magor of 
Minehead ; and has issue— Patrick Magor Leatham, Gentle- 
man, b. 1914 ; and Honor Catherine. 

Nigel Clere Leatham, Gentleman, b. 1883 ; m. 1922, 
Eileen, d. of F. Riley, of Richmond, Yorks., and has issue 
— Michael Gurney Leatham, Gentleman, b. 1922; John 
Lawson Leatham', Gentleman, b. 1924. Res.— Toulston 
Grange, Tadcaster. 

Ralph Leatham, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b. 1888 ; m. 
1910, Enid May, d. of H. Birks of Enderleigh, Highgate ; 
and has issue — Charles Anthony La Trobe Leatham, 
Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Ann. Res.— Stentaway, Plym- 
stock. . 

Ygr. sons of Wm. Henry Leatham and Priscilla 

Gurney : — 
Charles Alfred Leatham, Gentleman, b. 1849; m. 1876, 
Sarah Adelaide, d. of Henry Ford Barclay; and has had 
issue— 1 son ; 3 daus. Res.— Windmill Lodge, Eastbourne. 
Gerald Arthur Buxton Leatham, Gentleman, b. 1851 ; m. 
1890, Margaret, d. of Col. Wilkinson of Malton ; and has 
i SSU e— Two daus. Res.— Cartrea, Padstow, Cornwall. 

Sons of Claude Leatham, Esq., D.L. for W. Riding 
Yorks., Solicitor, b. 1856; d. 1913 ; m. 1886, Mary 
Elizabeth Gurnev, d. of late Joseph Gurney Barclay 
of Leyton, Essex, Cromer, and Brighton, and of Lom- 
bard Street, Banker : — 
Claude Guy Leatham, Esq., Solicitor, Clerk to County 
Justices at Pontefract and Castleford, served Great War 
(M.C. with Bar) with Q.O. Yorks. Dragoons K.R.R., and 
General Staff, b. 1886. Postal add.— Red Hcuse, Went- 
bridge, Pontefract ; 2 Chancery Lane, Wakefield. Clubs— 
Cavendish, Yorks. 

Hugh William Leatham, Gentleman, served Great War 
with R.A.M.C, b. 1891 ; m. 1917, Kathleen, d. of Major 
Pelham-Burn, and has issue— Aubrey Gerald Leatham, 
Gentleman, b. 1920 ; Rupert Lindsay Leatham, Gentleman, 
b. 1924. Res. — Greenlanes, Hurtmore, Godalming. 
Surrey. 

Charles Barclay Leatham, Esq., M.C. with Bar, Major 
Res. of Officers K.O.Y.L.I., b. 1893. Postal address— 
Wentbridge, Yorkshire. 

Son of Arthur William Leatham, Esq., J. P., b. 1852; 

d. ; m. Mary Elise (d. 1925), only d. of H. Martyn 

Kennard, Esq., J. P. and D.L.:— 

Robert Edward Kennard Leatham, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. 

Welch Gds., served Great War 1914-1S (despatches) 

\Liveiy— White, twined up with dark blue, silver buttons], 

b. 1885 ; m. 1916, Menda, d. of Ambrose Ralli, and widow 

of Lord Arthur Hay, and has issue— Michael William 

Thomas Leatham, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; and Elizabeth 

Anne. Res.— 37 Great Cumberland Place, W. 

Son of Edward Aldam Leatham, Esq., of Misarden 

Park. M.P., J. P. and D.L. co. Glos. (High Sheriff 

1891), b. 1828; d. 1900; m. 1st, 1851, Mary Jane, only 

d. of late John Fowler of Gastard House, Wilts. :— 

Albert Edward Leatham, Gentleman, £. 1859; m. 1907, 

Marguerite Ruth, ygst. d. of P. C. Neill of Chingford, 

Dunedin, N.Z. ; and has issue— Edward John Jordan 

Leatham, Gentleman, b. 1909; Ruth Florence; and Iris 

Mary. Res.— Ravensbury, Pyrford, Surrey. 

LEAN (H. Coll.). Argent a pall reversed sable, between 
in the dexter chief a rock gules, and in the sinister chief, 
issuant from the sinister a dexter hand fessewise of the third, 
grasping a cross-crosslet fitchee erect azure, the base per 
pale or and of the field, on the dexter side a lymphad of the 
second, and on the sinister beneath two hawks' heads erased 
respectant of the third, a salmon naiant proper. Crest — On 
a wreath argent and gules, upon a rock a tower proper, 
charged with two cross-crosslets fitchee azure. Motto — 
" Virtue mine honour." 

Son of James Lean, of Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset, 

b. 1849 ; d. 1923 ; m. Mary Coles : — 
Vincent Lean, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res.— Shepton 
Beauchamp, Somerset. 

Sons of James Lean, Esq., Judge of the High Court of 



Agra, b. 1809 ; d. 1879 '< m - l8 47. Maria, d. of Major 
Holmes, Indian Army : — 

Lt.-Col. William Lean, late Bengal Cavalry, b. 1853. 
R es . — 5 3 Cambridge Mansions, Battersea Park, S.W. 

Rev. Hugh Vincent Lean, M.A. (Oxon.), Canon of 
Clifton,*. 1857. Res.— Priest's House, Burnham, Somerset. 

Col. Alan Lean, D.S.O., Res. of Officers, late Armv 
Pay Dept., served S. Africa 1900-02 (Queen's medal and 
clasp, King's medal and two clasps), and Great War 1914- 
19, b. 1872. Res. — Solai, Nakuru, Kenya, B.E.A. 

LEARMONTH, see LIVINGSTONE-LEARMONTH. 



LEATHER (H. Coll., 1859). Argent, on a bend sable, 
cottised compony or and of the last, a fountain between two 
mullets of six points also or. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant 




sable, charged on the shoulder with three mullets of six 
points, two and one or, holding between the paws a 
fountain. Motto — "Nil nisi quod honestum." 

Sons of Frederick John Leather, Esq., of Leventhorpe 
Hall, co. Yorks., and Middleton Hall, Northumberland, 
and the Friary, Tickhill, co. Yorks., b. 1835 ; d. 1890; 
m. 1863, Gertrude Elizabeth Sophia, d. of Rev. Charles 
Walters, M.A., Vicar of Wardington, Oxon. : — 
Gerard Frederick Towlerton Leather, Esq., F.R.G.S., 
J. P. co. Northumberland, late Col. Northumberland (5th) 
Fusiliers, b. 1865 ; m. 1891, Margaret Ethel, only d. ot Victor 
Coates, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Antrim, of Rathmore, co. 
Antrim; and has issue — (1) Ralph Towlerton Leather, 
Esq., A.F.C., Squadron Leader R.A.F., b. 1892; (2) Guy 
Victor Leather, Esq., late Capt. R.N.A.F., b. 1897; and 
Daphne Margaret [m. 1923, G.P. Conyngham Greene yngr. 
son of Rt. Hon. Sir Conyngham Greene, P.C., G.C.M.G., 
K.C.B.]. Seat— Middelton Hall, Belford, co. Northumber- 
land. Clubs— United Service, Northern Counties. 

Percival Charles duSautoy Leather, Esq., Capt. 3rd Batt. 
Northumberland Fus. , b. 1867; m. 1891, Sophia Talbot; 
d. of late Sir James Laingof Etal Manor, Northumberland . 
and has issue— Paul de Sautoy Leather, Gentleman, b 
iqoo; Mabel Dorothy; and Olive Margaret. Res.— 
Bolton Crofts, Richmond, Yorks. 

Lt.-Col. Kenneth John Walters Leather, 4th Batt., late 
Lieut. 1st Batt., Durham Lt. Inf.,*. 1878; m. 1st, 1904, 
Beatrice Evelyn (d. 1905), d. of late Calverley Bewicke of 
Close House; 2nd, 1908, Sybil Margaret, d. of late 
Arthur Laing of Sunderland ; and has issue— Kenneth 
Mark Walters Leather, Gentleman, b. igro. Res.— 

LE BRETON formerly Seigneurs of La Hague, des 
Vingt Livres. des Niemes et des Nobretez, in Jersey 
(H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, two chevronels 
or in the centre chief point an escutcheon ermine (for 
Le Breton) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a chevron between three 



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crescents argent, an anchor with a bit of a cable proper 
(for Martin, Baronets of Lockinge, Berks., extinct 
1910, H. Coll., 18 June, 1791). Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a rose gules, 




slipped and leaved vert. Motto — " Crede Le Breton." 
Livery — Royal blue, collar, cuffs and waistcoat yellow, 
silver buttons, and gold lace. 

Sons of Lt.-Col. Edward Hemery Le Breton, 18th 

Royal Irish Regt., b. 1846; d. 1894; m. 1882, 

Gemma, d. of Col. John James Glossop, J. P., of 

Inwood, Henstridge, Somerset, and Doiset : — 

Lt.-Col. Edward Philip Le Breton, R.E., J. P., D.L., b. 

1883 ; m. 1920, Mary Gwendoline, d. and co-heir of the late 

Capt. E. H. Sawbridge, 24th Regt., J. P., of East Haddon, 

Northants. ; and has issue — Perronnelle Mary Gemma. 

Seat — Loders Court, W. Dorset. Club — Army and 

Navy. 

Capt. John Glossop Bythesea Le Breton, M.A. (Oxon), 
6.1884. Res. — Loders Court, Dorset. 

Maj. Francis Hemery Le Breton, M.C., R.F.A., b. 1889. 
m. 1927, Elizabeth Christel Rochfort, d. andcoh. of late 
Aubyn Bernard Rochfort Trevor Battye, of Ashford 
Chace, Petersfield, Hants. Res. — Loders Court. Club — 
Army and Navy. 



LE CHAMPION, see D'OSTEN MOLLER. 

LECHE (H. Coll.). Ermine, on a chief indented gules, 
three ducal coronets or. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest— Out of a ducal coronet or, a cubit arm proper, the 
hand grasping a snake vert. Motto— "Alia corona fidis- 
simo." 

Son of John Hurleston Leche, Esq., I. P., b. 1858; 

d. 1894 ; m. 1888, Kathleen Marie, d. of Charles 

Donaldson-Hudson, Esq., M.P., of Cheswardine, co. 

Salop : — 

John Hurleston Leche, Esq., O.B.E., Capt. Res. of 
Officers late 12th Lancers, First Sec. Diplomatic Service, 
a Knight of the Order of the Crown Belgium, b. 1889 ; m. 
1916, Amy Violet {d. 1927), ynsjst. d. of Col. C. W. J. 
Unthank, of Intwood Hall, Norfolk, and has issue — Marie 
Therese Elizabeth. Postal add. — Stretton Hall, Malpas. 
Clubs— Carlton, Travellers', White's. 



LECHMERE of Hanley Castle (Vn. Worcs., 1569). 
Gules, a fesse or, in chief two pelicans vulning themselves 



of the last. Mantling* gules and or. Crest — Upon a wreath 
of his liveries, a pelican azure, vulning herself proper. Motto 
— " Christus pelicano." 

Sons of Sir Edmund Anthony Harley Lechmere, 3rd 
Bart., M.P., High Sheriff Worcs. 1862, b. 1829; d. 
1894; m, 1858, Louisa Katherine, only surv. child of 
John Haigh of Whitwell Hall, Yorks :— 

Sir Edmund Arthur Lechmere, 4th Bart. (10 Dec. 1818), 
J. P. and D. L. Worcs., b. 1865; m. 1st, 1885, Alice (d. 
1896), d. of E. Samuels of Canterbury, New Zealand; 2nd, 
1897, Katherine, d. of Edwin Peyton Wright of Brunswick 
Square ; and has issue — Ronald Berwick Hungerford Lech- 
mere, Esq., Capt. late 5th Dragoon Guards, b. 1886 \m. 
1915, Constance Margaret, d. of the late Lt. Col. Charles 
W. Long, R.A., M.P., and has issue — Edmund Charles 
Lechmere, Esq., b'. 1916 ; Berwick Hungerford Lechmere, 
Gentleman, b. 1917 ; and Joan Penelope Alice {Res. — 
Shawford House, Beckington, nr. Bath)]. Seat — Severn 
End, Worcs. Club — Royal Thames Yacht. 

Anthony Hungerford Lechmere, Esq., J. P. and D.L. 
Worcs., temp. Capt. Worcs. Regt. 1914-18, Knight of 
Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem , 
b. 1868 ; m. 1920, Cicely, d. of the late Rev. C. Bridges, of 
Bredenbury Rectory, Bromyard, Hereford, and has issue — 
Reginald Anthony Hungerford Lechmere, Gentleman, b. 
1920. Seat — Wolverton Hall, Pershore. Club — Junior 
Carlton. 

Joscelyn Alban Lechmere, Esq., b. 1871 ; m. 1907, Lily, 
d. of John Cassavetti of Myr Hall, Torquay, S. Devon. 

Lechmere of Fownhope. Arms and Crest as above. 
Motto — " Ducit amor patriae." 

Sons of Edmund Sandys Lechmere, Esq., J. P., of 

Fownhope Court, co. Hereford, b. 1852 ; d. 1892 ; 

m. 1875, Ann Priscilla, d. of Henry Gwynne Vaughan, 

Esq., J. P., D.L. :— 

Edmund Henry Scudamore Lechmere, Gentleman, b. 

1879; m. 1902, Jane Ingram, ygst. d. of Richard Powell 

of Tyn-y-derw, Montgomeryshire; and has issue — Jane 

Lena; Iris Doreen ; and Winniefred Petunia. Seat — 

Fownhope Court, nr. Hereford. Res. — Manor House. 

Fownhope, Hereford. 

Robert Thomas Lechmere, Gentlemen, b. 1881. Res.— 

Arthur Hathuay Lechmere, Gentleman, b. 1882. Res. — 

Yr. sons of Thomas Lechmere, Esq., J. P., of Fownhope 

Court, b, 1818 ; d. 1882 ; m. 1846, Elizabeth, only d. of 

Rev. John Eckley of Credenhill Court, nr. Hereford: — 

Arthur Lechmere, Gentleman, b. 1857; m. ; and has 

issue — (1) Arthur Eckley Lechmere, Gentleman, b. ; 

(2) Herbert Thomas Lechmere, Gentleman, b. ; and 

Kate Elizabeth. Res.— 

Robert Hughes Lechmere, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. — 



LECKIE (L.O.). Argent, a chevron chequy gules and 
of the first, between three roses of the second, barbed and 
seeded vert. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — An 
anchor in pale, entwined with a cable proper Motto — 
" Deus gubernat navem." 

Eldest son of Peter Leckie, .Esq. , formerly M.L.C. 

British Honduras, of Buskett Fletchwi od, Lyndhurst, 

Hants., b. 1839 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1866, Mary Susan, d. of 

Rev. David Arthur, D.D., of Stewarton, Scotland : — 

Robert Arthur Leckie, Esq., b. 1870; m. 1917, Diamond 

Emily, d. of John Pescod, and has issue — -Peter John 

Patrick Le-rkie, b. 1919. Estates — Buskett Fletchwood, 

Lyndhurst, Hants. ; Downes, Eling, Hants. Town res. — 

27 Church Row, London, N.W.3. Club — Wellington. 



LECKIE of Sudbury, Ontario (L.O., 19 Jan. 1912). 
Argent, on a chevron between three roses gules, barbed 
and seeded vert, a spur or. Mantling gules, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an anchor or, 
cabled gules. Motto — " Gubernat navem Deus." 

Second but eld. surv. son of the late Major Robert 

Gilmour Leckie, of ' ' The Lake," Sudbury, Ontario, 

Canada, b. 1833 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1868, Sarah, d. of Rev. 

John Edwards, Kingston, Ontario : — 

Col. John Edwards Leckie, C.M.G., D.S.O., B.Sc, served 

S. Africa, and Great War, has Orderof St. Vladimir(Russia), 

Order of White Eagle (Serbia), b. 1872. Clubs — Vancouver, 

and Union (Victoria, B.C.). 



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LECKY (U.O.). Azure, on a chevron between three 
roses or, an anchor in pale timbered and cabled of the 
field, the escutcheon being encircled by the ribbon of the 
Most Honourable Order of the Bath, and pendent there- 
from his Badge as a Companion thereof. Mantling gules, 




doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
a boar's head erased proper. Badge — On a leek argent, 
a key gules. Standard — Per fesse of his livery colours 




azure and or. Motto — " Deus navem gubernat." Livery 
— Blue and gold. 

Son of Squire Thornton Stratford Lecky, Esq., 

Commander Royal Naval Reserve, formerly of Her 

Majesty's Indian Navy, Knight of the Portuguese 

Royal Holy and Military Order of Christ, of Bally- 

holland House, Holy wood, co. Down, Ireland, 

b. 1838 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1878, Elizabeth Susan, d. of 

William Halton Henderson, of Walton-on-Hill, 

Liverpool: — 

Halton Stirling Lecky, Esq., C.B. (Civil 1919), 

Captain R.N. (ret.), Albert Medallist (1900), Officer of 

the Royal Order of the Saviour of Greece (1918), Chevalier 

of the Legion of Honour (1919), served South African 

War, and Great War 1914-18 (despatches), b. 1878 ; 

m. 1908, Agnes, d. of Douglas Richmond Close, 



of Uffculme, Devonshire, and has issue — Holland 
Pembroke Lecky, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; Ian Cecil Hamil- 
ton Browne Lecky, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; Barbara 
Wellesley ; Charity' Melvill ; Diamond Davina ; Eliza- 
beth Cowan ; Faithful Henderson ; and Greta Diana. 
Estates — Houses and land in City of Londonderry. 
Postal address — 7 Tudor Road, Upper Norwood, London, 
S.E.i 9. Clubs — United Service, The Navy, Union 
(Malta). 

LECKY (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, a chevron 
between in chief a rose between two mullets, and in base a 
rose all gules (for Lecky) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a saltire 
argent, between four bucks' heads erased gules, a. buck 




salient between four mullets or (for McCullum). Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a 
boar's head erased proper (for Lecky). Motto — " Deo soli 
servio." 

Eldest son cf Hugh Lecky, Esq., of Beardiville, co. 
Antrim, b. 1839 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1876, Rebecca Mary, d. 
of Robert Crookshank, of Glenmanus House, Port- 
rush : — 
Hugh Lecky, Esq., J. P. co. Antrim, M.A. (Dublin). 
Capt. (ret.) 10th Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers, b. 1880; m, 
1916, Frances, d. of James Dinsdale. Estates in cos. 
Antrim, Cork, and Londonderry. Seat — Beardiville, cj. 
Ant im. 

WILLIAM EDWARD HARTPOLE LECKY, Gentle- 
man, Honorary Doctor of Laws of the Universities of 
Dublin, Glasgow, and St. Andrews, Honorary Doctor of 
Civil Law of the University of Oxford, Honorary Doctor 
of Literature of the University of Cambridge. Born 
March 26, 1838, being the eldest son of the late John 
Hartpole Lecky, Esq., J. P., by his wife Mary Anne, 
dau. of W. E. Tallents of Newark-on-Trent. Armorial 
hearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a chevron between 
three roses argent (for Lecky) ; 2 and 3, gules, a chevron 
embattled argent, on a chief of the last a torteau 
between two lions' heads erased sable. Upon the es- 
cutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a 
Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a 
wreath of the colours, an anchor in pale proper, cabled or 
and gules, surmounted by a boar's head erased and erect 
azure ; with the Motto, ' ' Gubernat navem Deus. " Married, 
June 1870, the Baroness de Dedem, daughter of Baron de 
Dedem, Lieutenant-General in the Dutch Service. Estates 
— Ballyvale, &c. , in the county of Carlow ; Kilbracken, in 
Queen's County. Club — Athenaeum. 

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LECONFIELD, Baron, see WYNDHAM. 

LEDLIE of St. Louis, U.S.A. (Confn. U.O. 1914). 
Sable, a boar's head erased argent, between three bezants. 
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 



LEE (H. Coll.) Argent, on a fesse couped between 
three crescents sable, as many hawks' lures or. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of the colours, upon an eagle's leg fessewise 
erased at the thigh, the claws to the sinister azure, a falcon 




colours, in front of a crozier in bend sinister or, a rani' 
head couped argent, armed or, charged with a trefoil 
slipped vert. Motto — " Fortitudo et lenitudo." Livery — 
Green, with white facings and white stockings. 

Son of James Hewitt Ledlie, Brig.-Gen. U.S. Army, 

served in the Civil War 1861-5, b. 1832 ; d. 1882 ; m. 

1858, Catherine, d. of Abraham Hees: — 

Charles Hees Ledlie, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. 1885, 

Elizabeth Lucas, d. of J. B. Johnson ; and has issue — John 

Stephen Ledlie, Gentleman, served Great War 1917-18 as 

Lieut. U.S.A. Res., b. 1886 [m. 1920, Edna Earl Ballew]. 

Res. — 4446 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A. 

LEE, see VAUGHAN-LEE. 

LEE (H. Coll., 26 Feb. 1918). Argent, two chev- 
ronels between three leopards' faces sable, in the 
centre point an inescutcheon chequy or and purpure. 
Crest — On a naval coronet or, a leopard's face sable. 
Supporters — On the dexter side, a female figure proper, 
habited argent, hair band azure, and mantle flowing pur- 
pure, holding in the exterior hand a sheaf of wheat also 
proper ; on the sinister side, a female figure proper, habited 
argent, hair band azure, mantle flowing and charged on 
the breast with a Latin cross gules, holding in the exterior 
hand a grenade or. Motto — " Pro patria omnia." 

Younger son of Rev. Melville Lee, Rector of Brid- 
port, Dorset, b. 1828 ; d. 1870 ; m. 1852, Emily, d. 
of Thomas Dicker, of Lewes : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Hamilton Lee, P.C., G.C.S.I., 
G.B.E., K.C.B., Viscount Lee of Fareham (25 Nov. 1922), 
of Bridport, Dorset, Baron Lee of Fareham (9 July 19 18)' 
Col. (ret.) R.A., J.P., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A. (Hon.), M.P.' 
Fareham, Hants., 1900-18, Civil Lord of Admiralty, 
I903-5f Pari. Sec. Min. of Munitions, 1915-16, Dir.- 
General Food Production 1917-18, Minister Agriculture 
and Fisheries 191 9-21 ; First Lord of the Admiralty 
1919-21; British Delegate at Washington 1921, served 
Great War 1914-15 (despatches twice), b. 1868; m. 1899, 
Ruth, Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St' 
John of Jerusalem, d. of the late John G. Moore, of New 
York. Res. — White Lodge, Richmond Park. Clubs — 
Athenaeum, United Service. 




belled or, legged gules, twined round the body and neck 
by a hawk's lure sable. Motto— " Fide et constantia." 
Livery — White or grey cloth, with black cuffs, collar, and 
trimmings. 

Sons of the Rev. Frederick George Lee, Student of 
Civil Law of the University of Oxford, Doctor of 
Divinity, and formerly Fellow of the Society of Anti- 
quaries, sometime Vicar of All Saints', Lambeth, b. 
January 6, 1832; d. 1902; m. June 9, 1859, Elvira 
Louisa (who died Sept. 1, 1890), fourth and youngest 
d. of the Rev. Joseph Duncan Ostrehan, B.A. of the 
University of Oxford, Vicar of Creech St. Michael, in 
the co. of Somerset : — 
Frederick Reginald Benedict Duncan Lee, Esq., 
M.B.E., V.D., M.A. Oxon. 1891, Lt.-Col. I.D.F. Force of 
India, b. July 2, 1861 ; m. 1902, Mary Morv\enna, d. and 
h. of Cornelius Cardew ; an:l has issue — Leonard Staveley 
Lee, Gentleman, b. 1903; Mary Cecilia ; Margery Ellen; 
and Minnie Agnes. Res. — 50 Alma Vale, Clifton, Bristol. 
The late Gordon Ambrose de Lisle Lee, Esq., C.B., 
CV.O. ( t .v.). 

Leonard Miles Henry Lee, Gentleman, b. Feb. 24, 1867 ; 
m. 1908, Gwladys Ada, d. of Walter North. Res. — 
8 Pensford Avenue, Kew, Surrey. 

The Late GORDON AMBROSE DE LISLE LEE, 
Esq., C.B., C.V.O., Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms 
1889-1905, York Herald of Arms 1905-23, Norroy 
King of Arms 1923-27, Clarenceux King of Arms 
1927, Secretary to the Earl Marshal (the Duke of 
Norfolk, K.G.). Born July n, 1863, being the second 
son of the late Rev. Frederick George Lee, D.D. , sometime 
Vicar of All Saints', Lambeth, by his wife Elvira Louisa, 
youngest daughter of the Rev. Joseph Duncan Ostrehan, 
sometime Vicar of Creech St. Michael, in the county of 
Somerset. Armorial bearings— Argent, on a fesse couped 
between three crescents sable, as many hawks' lures or, 
impaling the arms of Wallace, namely gules, semee-de-lys 
or, a lion rampant argent, within a bordure compony azure 
and of the third. Crest— Upon an eagle's leg fessewise 
erased at the thigh, the claw to the sinister azure, a falcon 
belled or, legged gules, twined round the body and neck 
by a hawk's lure sable. Motto — "Fide et constantia." 
Slanied, August 8, 1888, Rose Mary (d. 1922), elder 
daughter of Robert Cyril Wallace, sometime Secretary 
to the Earl Marshal ; and died Sept. 12, 1927, having 
had Issue — Mary Flora, d. 1910. 

LEE (H. Coll.). Azure, on a pile nebulv or, three 
leopards' faces in fesse counterchanged. Mantling azure 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
demi-lion proper, holding between the paws an escutcheon 



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or, charged with a leopard's face azure, three bezants fesse- 
wise. Motto — " Nil desperandum." 

Sons of Edward Lee, Esq., Solicitor, a Member of the 
Commission of Lieutenancy for the City of London. 
b. 1839; d. 1909; m. 1871, Adelaide, d. of Myer 
Harris : — 
Myer Barnett Lee, Solicitor, b. 1873. Address — 8 Lau- 
rence Pountney Hill, Cannon Street, E.C.4. 

Albert Edward Louis Lee, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res.— 
Buenos Ayres, Argentina. 

Percy Vivian Lee, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res.— 15 Cedar 
House, Cheniston Gardens, Kensington, W.8. 

Cyril Goldney Lee, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res.— 26 Ash- 
worth Mansions, Elgin Avenue, W.9. 

LEE of Broad Oak. co. Flint (H. Coll.). Azure, three 
bus argent, surmounted by a bend compony or and gules, 
on a chief of the second, two oak trees fructed and 
eradicated proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, a bear statant sable, 
muzzled and lined or, the paws embrued gules. Motto — 
" Fide et constant ia." 

Only son of Joseph Henry Lee, Esq., J. P. Flints., ot 

Redbrook House, nr. Whitchurch, b. 1823; d. 1897; 

m. 1854, Isabella Roy, eld. d. of Alexander Meldrum 

of Kincaple, Fifesh., N.B. : — 
Joseph Henry Warburton Warburton-Lee, Esq,, J. P. and 
(1913) High Sheriff Flintsh., M.A. (Oxon.).Barrister-at-Law 
(assumed by Deed Poll the additional surname of Warbur- 
ton), b. 1855 ; m. 1885, Emmeline Vernon, ygst. d. of 
Joseph Taylor Armitage, J. P., D.L., of Highroyd, Yorks. ; 
and has had issue — (1) Philip Warburton Lee, Esq., 
Capt. R.F.A. b. 1892; killed in action 1917; (2) Bernard 
Armitage Warburton Lee, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N., b. 
1895; Violet Warburton [/«. 1909, Joshua Lister Ingham] ; 
and Sibyl Vernon [m. 1914, Edward Haffenden]. Seat — 
Broad Oak, nr. Whitchurch, Shropshire. 

LEE of How Caple Court (H. Coll.). Azure, three bars 
or, a bend invected chequy of the last and gules, plain 
cottised ermine, in the sinister chief point a bear's head 
erase -1 at the neck of the last. Mantling azure and or. 




Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bear passant argent, 
collared and chained azure, charged u[_on the body with 
two cinquefi ils of the last, resting the dexter foresaw on an 
escocheon or, thereon a fleur-de-lis also azure. Motto — 
' Patitur qui vincit." Livery — Blue. 

Eld. son of Sir Joseph Cocksey Lee, Kt. Bach. , J. P., of 
Rossendale, Lanes., Dunham Massey, Cheshire, and 
Lea Hurst, co. Derby, b. 1832; d. 1894; m. 1861, 
Henrietta Burleigh, d. of Rev. James Hill of Brighton : — 
Lennox Bertram Lee, Esq., J. P. and (1915) High Sheriff 



co. Hereford, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Sherwood Foresters, b. 
1864 ; m. 1892, Edith Gertrude, d. of Malcolm MacLellan ; 
and has had issue — (1) Lennox Cleland Lee Lee, Esq.. 
Lieut. Irish Gds., b. 1893 '< kil'ed in action 1915 ; (2) Roger 
Malcolm Lee Lee, Gentleman, b. 1902; and Janet Claude 
Lee [m. 1922, John Edmund Gordon, 4th Dragcon Gds. ; 
and has issue]. Seat — How Caj.le Court, Ross, Hereford- 
shire. Town res. — 73 Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs — Wind- 
ham, Hurlingham. 

Sons of Noel Lee, Esq. , Brig.-Gen. E. Lanes. Div. (2nd 
son of Sir Joseph C. Lee, see above), b. 1867; d. of 
wounds received in action 1915; tn. 1896, Lilian, d. of 




of William Barrington Tristram, Esq., [of Fowley, 

Hants. : — 
Richard Tristram Lee, Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. — 
Horsley House, Tilford, Surrey. 

Michael Peter Lee, Gentleman, b. 1913. 

Yngst. son of Sir Joseph Cocksey Lee : — 
Robert Scott Denzil Lee, Esq., b. 1882. Res. — 



LEE-DILLON. Quarterly, 1 and 8, quarterly, i. and 
iiii. argent, a lion passunt between three crescents gules 

argent, a fesse between three 
of Quarendon and Ditchley) ; 
Lee as before ; 4. argent, a 
bordure azure, charged with 
(for Sanders of Banbury) ; 
on a chevron between three 



(for Dillon) ; ii. and 111. 
crescents sable (for Lee 
2. Dillon as before ; 3. 
lion rampant within a 
eight fleurs-de-lys or 
5. per pale or and azure, 



griffins' heads erased, four fleurs-de-lys all counterchanged 
(for Pope, Earls of Downe) ; 6. quarterly, argent and 
gules, in the second and third quarters a fret or (for 
Dutton) ; 7. the royal arms of His Majesty King Charles II,. 
debruised by a baton sinister ermine (for Fitz Roy). 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — A demi-lion gules, 
holding between the paws an estoile argent. Motto — 
" Dum spiro spero." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Arthur Edmund Denis Dillon, 

16th Viscount Dillon, J.P., D.L., F.R.G.S., b. 1812 ; 

d. 1892 ; m. 1843, Ellen, d. of James Adderley : — 
Rt. Hon. Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, C.H., 17th Vis- 
count Dillon of Costello Gallen, co. Mayo (16 Mar. 1622) 
[Supporters — On either side an angel proper .vested argent, 
wings elevated, the dexter with a sash over the shoulder 
azure, each holding in the exterior hand a palm branch 
proper], M.A,, D.C.L. (Oxford), late Major 4th Batt. 
Oxford L.I. , formerly Rifle Bde., b. 1844; m. 1st, 1870, 
Julia (d. 1925), d. of Isaac Brock Stanton, C.S., Canada ; 
2nd, 1926, Margaret Louisa Everard, d. of Rev. H. E. 
B. Ffolkes, and widow of Rev. John E. Philipps. Seat 
— Ditchley, Enstone, co. Oxford. 

Sons of Hon. Conrad Adderley Dillon, who was 



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second son of 16th Viscount Dillon, b. 1845 ; d. 
1901 ; m. 1872, Ellen Louisa, d. of Sir Henry Dash- 
wood, 5th Bart. : — 
Maj. Arthur Henry Dillon, b. 1875; m. 1907, Hilda, 

widow of Charles Harold Broadbent, and d. of Rt. Hon. 

Sir J. Brunner, Bart., P.C. Res. — Barton Lodge, Steeple 

Aston, co. Oxford. Clubs — White's, Cavalry. 
Col. Eric FitzGerald Dillon, C.M.G., D.S.O., late R. 

Munster Fusiliers, b. 188 r ; m. 1907, Norah Juanita 

Muriel, d. of Brig.-Gen. Charles Edward Beckett, C.B. ; 

and has issue — Michael Eric Dillon, Gentleman, b. 1911 ; 

Pamela Louise Eleanor. Res. — 5 Embankment Gardens, 

Chelsea, S.W. Club— Travellers'. 

LEE-ELLIOTT (H. Coll.) Azure, a bend or, sur- 
mounted by a bendlet gules, between in sinister chief a 
cross crosslet, and in dexter base a leopard's face 
affrontee of the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest 
— On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm grasping 
in the hand an arrow in bend sinister or, and charged 
with a cross crosslet and a pheon palewise sable. Motto 
— " Omnia ad Dei gloriam." Livery — Dark blue and 
silver. 

Sixth son of William Oliver Elliott, Esq., J. P., of 

Wentworth House, Dunstable, b. 1830 ; d. 1901 ; 

»*• i853i Charlotte Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Ginger, 

of Leigh ton Buzzard : — 
Rev. David Lee Lee-Elliott, Clerk in Holy Orders, 
M.A. (Camb.), b. 1869 ; assumed by Deed Poll 1910, 
the additional surname of Lee ; m. 1900, Winifred Theyre, 
d. of George W. Willett, D.L., J. P. ; and has issue — 
David Lee Theyre Lee-Elliott, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; 
Christopher Lee Lee-Elliott, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; 
Charlotte Winifred ; Catherine Monica. Res. — The 
Old Rectory, Blakeney, Norfolk. 

LEE-GRATTAN-GUINNESS(R.L., 28 Feb. 1856 and 
10 March 1857, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, grand 
quarters, quarterly i. and iiii., per saltire gules and azure, 
a lion rampant or, on a chief ermine a dexter hand couped 
at the wrist of the first (Guinness) ; ii. and iii., quarterly or 
and gules, in the first quarter a trefoil slipped vert, all 
within a bordure azure (Grattan) ; 2 and 3, grand quarters, 
argent on a fesse between three crescents sable, a trefoil 
slipped or, a canton gules, charged with a lion rampant ot 
the first, and a chief of the same, thereon a mullet azure 
between two torteaux (the said canton being borne in com- 
memoration of descent from the family of Smyth) (Lee). 
Mantling 1 gules and or. Crests — 1. en a wreath of the 
colours, a boar passant quarterly or and gules (Guinness) ; 
3. on a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a falcon, 
wings elevated, holding in the dexter claw a sceptre all 
proper (Grattan) ; 3. on a wreath of the colours, on a pillar 
argent, encircled by a ducal coronet or, an eagle preying 
on a bird's leg erased proper (Lee). Mottoes (under the 
arms) — " Spes mea in Deo'' (Guinness); (over the crest) 
— ■" Esse quam videri " (Grattan). 

Sons of Rev. William Smyth Lee-Grattan-Guinness of 
Beaumont and of Park Annesley, co. Wexford (who by 
R. L. , 28 Feb. 1856, assumed the additional arms and 
surname of Grattan, and by a second R. L. , 10 March 
1857, assumed the surname of Lee in addition to and 
before that of Grattan-Guinness), and his wife Susan 
Jane, only child and heiress of Benjamin Guinness of 
Brookville, co. Dublin : — 
Benjamin Lee-Grattan-Guinness, Gentleman, b. 
Res.— 

Frederick Darley Lee-Grattan-Guinness, Gentleman, 
A . Res. — 

LEE -NORMAN (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, 
a chevron between three lions' faces gules (for Norman); 
2 and 3, argent, a chevron gules, between three leopards' 
faces proper (for Lee). Mantling gules and or. Crests — 
1. on a wreath of the colours, a lion passant guardant proper 
(for Norman); 2. on a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion 
rampant, grasping a sceptre all proper. Motto — "Honor 
virtutis praemium." 

Sons of Luke Alexander Lee-Norman, Esquire, of 
Corbollis, Ardee, co. Louth, J. P. and D. L. , High 
Sheriff 1881, Vice-Lieut, co. Louth 1897, M.A. Trin. 
Coll. , Dublin, b. 1839 ; d. 1918; assumed the additional 
surname and arms of Lee by Royal Licence 1876 ; 
m. 1873, Frances Charlotte, dau. of the late Rev. 
Francis Hewson, Rector of Dunganstown, co. Wick- 
low : — 



Alexander Henry Lee-Norman, Esq., J. P., D.L. , and 
(1922) High Sheriff co. Louth, B.A. (Camb.), b. 1876; 
m. 1904, Aiys, eldest d. of Robert Henry Sturrock Reade 
of Wilmont, co. Antrim, and has issue — Frances Emily. 
Seat — Plymtree Manor, Cullompton, Devon. 

Francis Thomas Lee-Norman, Gentleman, b. r887. 

LEE- WARNER (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, 
a fesse compony or and of the field, between eight billets 
of the second (Lee); 2. quarterly, i. and iiii. per pale in- 
dented argent and sable ; ii. and iii. azure, a fleur-de-lys 
or, differenced by a crescent (Warner) ; 3. vert, a cross 
engrailed argent (Whetenhale). Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a squirrel sejant 
gules, sitting between two branches of oak fructed proper, 
cracking a nut or. Motto—" Non nobis tantum nati." 

Sons of Rev. Septimus Henry Lee- Warner, b. i8r9 ; 

d. 1870; m. Jane, elde t d. of John Hopkins of lid- 
marsh House, co. Berks.: — 
Chandos Brydges Lee-Warner, Esq., Major Gloucester 
Regt. (ret.), J. P. Hereford [impaling the Arms of Fitz- 
Clarence, viz : — Quarterly, 1 and 4, England ; 2. Scotland ; 
3. Ireland, the whole debruised by a baton sinister azure, 
charged with three anchors or], b. 1863; m. 1899, Lady 
Dorothea Augusta FitzClarence, second d. of 2nd Earl of 
Munster ; and has issue — Dorothy Jean Mary Essex ; and 
Olive Irene Wilhelmina. Res. — Tyberton Court, co. Here- 
ford. Club — Jun. Carlton. 

Septimus Daniel Launcelot Lee-Warner, Gentleman, 
b. 1870. Res. — 

Son of Rev. Henry James Lee- Warner of Thorpland 

Hall, b. 1802; d. 1885; m. 1835, Anne, d. of Rev. 

Henry Nicholas Astley: — ■ 
Rev. James Lee- Warner, M.A. (Oxford), J. P. Norfolk, 
late Rector of Beckley, East Sussex, b. 1836; m. 1874, 
Agnes Louisa, d. of Rev. Henry P. Marsham of Rippon 
Hall; and has issue— ti) George Lee- Warner, Gentleman, 
b. 1875 [m. 1905, Margaret Ogilvie ; and has issue— George 
Lee- Warner, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Edgar Lee- Warner, 
Gentleman, b. 1909 ; and Theresa] ; (2) Rev. Alfred Lee- 
Warner, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Walpole St. Andrew, 
Norfolk, b. 1877 [m. 1922, Dorothy Cresswell Eyres, and 
has issue — Theodore John Lee- Warner, Gentleman, b. 
1922 ; and Penelope Rose] ; (3) Rev. James Lee-Warner, />. 
1889 [m. 1921, Margaret Elizabeth Hewlett, and has issue 
— Daniel Lee-Warner, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; Nicholas Lee- 
Warner, Gentleman, b. 1926; and Sylvia. Res. — Dalby, 
Queensland, Australia] ; and Caroline. Estate and post, 
add. — Thorpland Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk. 

Son of John Lee-Warner, Gentleman, b. 1843 ; d. 1917 ; 

in. 1880, Blanche, d. of Henry Hall Dare:— 
Harry Granville Lee- Warner, Esq., D.S.O. , M.C. , Maj. 
R.F.A., b. 1883; m. 1917, Audrey, d. of Robert W. Hall 
Dare, of Newtownbarry House, Ireland, and has issue- 
John Lee-Warner, Gentleman,/^. 1919; Robert Lee-Warner, 
Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and 1 dau. Club — Army and Navy. 

Son of Edward Lee-Warner, Gentleman, of Denton 

House, b. 1845; d. 1927; m. 1884, Matia Harvey, d. 

of Onley Savill-Onley of Stisted Hall, Essex: — 
Edward Henry Lee-Warner, Esq., Capt. (ret.) R.F.A., 
b. 1887; m. 1916, Iris Beryl, d. of Arthur Wykeham 
Cornwallis ; and has issue — Anne Lavender ; Joanre 
Gracianne. Res. — Denton House, Harleston, Norfolk. 
Club — Jun. Carlton. 

Son of Philip Henry Lee- Warner, Esq., b. 1877; d. 

1925 ; m. 1907, Mary King, second d. of Gen. Thomas 

Sherwin of Boston, U.S.A.: — 
Henry Philip Lee- Warner, Gentleman, b. 1912. Res. — 
Castle Cottage, Bletchingley, Redhill, Surrey. 

Sons of Sir William Lee-Warner, G.C.S.I. (1910), 

Hon. LL.D. (Camb.), J. P. co. Surrey, late Bombay 

Civ. Service, Member of Council of India 1902, M.A. 

(Camb.), b. 1846; d. 1914 ; m. 1876, Ellen Paullina, d. 

of Gen. Henry William Holland, C.B. :— 
William Hamilton Lee- Warner, Esq., b. 1880; m. 1926, 
Mrs. Gladys Beck. 

Roland Paul Lee- Warner, Esq., b. 1892. 

LEECH (U.O.). Ermine, a trefoil vert, on a chief in- 
dented gules, three ducal coronets or. Mantling- vert and 
argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, charged with a 
trefoil vert, an arm erect proper, grasping a snake environed 
about the arm also vert. Motto—" Virtute et valore." 

Sons of Henry Brougham Leech, Gentleman, M.A. , 
LL.D., Fellow of Gonville and Caius Coll., and of 
Queen's Inns, Barrister-at-Law, Regius Prof, of Laws 



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(Trin. Coll., Dub.), Chief Registrar of Deeds and 
Registrar of Titles in Dublin, b. 1843; d. ; m. 

1875, Annie Louisa, d. of William Garbois : — 

Arthur Graves Leech, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. (ret.) R.A., 
served Great War (despatches, D.S.O.), Legion of Honour, 
b. 1877; m. 1911, Amy Mary (from whom he obtained a 
divorce 1920), d. of Charles Booth of Woolwich. Postal 
address — 

Henry Brougham Leech, Gentleman, M.D. , b. 187U. 
Address — County Asylam, Halton, Warwick. 

William John Leech, Gentleman, b. 1881. 

Cecil John Farran Leech, Gentleman, /'. 1882. 

Sons of Rev. John Leech of Cloonconra, co. Mayo, 
M.A., D.D., b. 1808; d. 1889; m. 1839, Mary, d. of 
William Darley of St. John's, co. Dublin : — 

Joseph Farran Leech, Gentleman, b. 1845; m. 1st, 
1879, Beatrice Jane (d. 1887), d. of James Seccombe of 
Trenodden, co. Cornwall, by whom he has issue — Beatrice 
Mary Seccombe, 2nd, 1888, Alice Elizabeth, d. of Rev. 
Joseph Walker, M.A. , Rector of Gt. Billing, and giand- 
dau. of Adm. Sir William Carroll, K.C.B. ; and has issue 
— (1) Hugh Ausdell Farran Leech, Gentleman, b. 1889 
\m. 191 1, Margarita, d. of Joseph Michlin of Rostov-on- 
Don, Russia]; (2) Cecil Darley Farran Leech, Gentleman, 
b. 1892; (3) Noel Lesle Farran Leech, Gentleman, b. 1902; 
and Sylvia Louise Ruthven. Res. — 

Frederick John Leech, Gentleman, b. 1847; m. 1877, 
Lily, d. of Rev Canon Wolseley, Rector of Kilrush ; and 
has issue — John Wolseley Leech, Gentleman, M.D. (Dub.), 
b. (Address — County Asylum, Devizes, Wilts.) ; Grace 

Elizabeth Mary; and Muriel. Res. — Enniscorthy, co. 
Wexford. 

Graves Atkinson Leech, Gentleman, B.A. (Trin. Coll., 
Dub.), b. 1850; tn 1st, 1878, Annie (d. 1892), d. of David 
Smyth of Gallony House and Artegervan ; 2nd, Edith, d. of 
Very Rev. A. H. Leech; and has issue (by 1st mar.) — 
Elizabeth Mary Rachel [w. 1913, Reginald M'Clintock 
Dix] ; and Margaret Grace; and (by 2nd mar.) Eleanor 
Mary. Res. — Danesfield, Clontarf, co. Dublin. 



LEECH (U.O.). 
dented of the last, 



Ermine, a rose gules, on a chief in- 
three ducal coronets or. Mantling' 




est venerabilis." Livery — Maroon, red and white striped 

waistcoat, gilt buttons. 

Son of John Henry Leech, Gentleman, F. R.G.S. , 
F. L.S. , F. Z.S. , Lord of the Manor of Hurdcott and 
Barford, by his wife Beatrice Ellen, only child of Ben- 
jamin Leatt Nias of Philadelphia, U.S.A. : — 
John Cyril Leech, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res. — 

LEEDS, Duke of, see OSBORNE. 

LEEDS of Croxton Park. Argent, a fesse gules, 
between three eagles displayed sable, a bordure wavy 
of the second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — A 
staff raguly fessewise vert, thereon a cock gules, wings 
expanded, combed, wattled, beaked, and legged or, the 
whole debruised by a bendlet sinister ermine. Motto — 
" Vigilate." 

Sons of William Henry Arthur St. John Leeds, I.C.S., 
b. 1864 ; d. 1917 ; m. 1897, Edith Mabel, d. of Maj.- 
Gen. Jackson Muspratt-Williams, of Fernyhurst, 
Cheltenham : — 

Sir Reginald Arthur St. John Leeds, 6th Bart. (31 Dec. 
1812) of Croxton Park, Cambs., late Lieut. R.N., and 
Flying Officer R.A.F., b. 1899; s. his cousin 1924; m. 
1926, Etheleen Winnaretta, d. of Paris Singer, Esq., and 
has issue — George Graham Mortimer Leeds, Esq., b. 1927. 
Res. — 57A Cadogan Square, S.W.3. Clubs — White's, 
Army and Navy. 

Geoffrey Arthur Hugh Anthony Leeds, Esq., b. ign. 
Res—* 

LEEMING. Per chevron argent and ermine, a chevron" 
gules, in chief an oak-branch fnicted and slipped proper 
between two roses gules, barbed and seeded also proper, 
and in base a cross potent azure. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, 
between two crosses potent azure, a dexter arm embowed in 




tjules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an 
arm erect proper, grasping a snake vert. Motto ' ' Virtus 



armour, the hand grasping a sword all proper, charged 
with two oak-leaves, the one above and the other below 
the elbow vert. Motto — "In hoc signo vinces." Livery 
(undress) — Drab coat and overcoat piped with scarlet, 
scarlet collar and cuffs, scarlet waistcoat, silver buttons ; (full- 
dress) white coat and vest with scarlet facings and lace, silver 
buttons, claret-coloured plush breeches, silver buckles and 
garters, and white silk stockings. 

Son of Harry Heatley Leeming, b. 1867 ; d. ; 

m. : — 

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LEEMING (H. Coll.). Per chevron or and azure, a 
wieath of oak vert, between two estoiles in chief of the 
second and a cross patonce in base of the first. Mantling' 




azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a 
rock proper, a cross patcnce or, between two ostrich 
feathers. Motto — " Gaide bien la foy." 

Sons of Richard Learning, Esq., J. P. Lanes., b. 1817 ; 

d. 1888 ; m. 1853, Eliza, d. of Henry Brettargh cf 

Manchester: — 
John Leeming, Esq. , J. P. Bucks., b. 1862; in. 1898, Mary 
Clare, only d. of John J. Hewitt, M.D. ; and has issue — ■ 
(1) John J. Leeming, Gentleman, late 2nd Lieut. R.F.A., 
b. 1899; (2) Henry B. Leeming, Gentleman, b. 1900; (3) 
Edmund J. Leeming, Gentleman, b. 1902; (4) William J. 
Leeming, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; (5) Richard Leeming Gentle- 
man, b. 1911 ; Mary C. : Margery; and Veronica. Res. — 
The Dower House, Chalfont St. Peter, Bucks. 

Rev. William Henry Leeming, b. 1863. Res. — Spring 
Grove, West Derby, Liverpcol. Club — Athenteum (Liver- 
pool). 

James Whiteside Leeming, Esq., J. P. Lanes., b. 1865; 
m. 1911, Th6rese, eld. d. of late Baron de Pfyffer Altishofen 
of Lucerne, Switzerland, ; and has issue — Gerard de Pfyffer 
Leeming, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Richard Whiteside Leeming, 
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; Marie Th^rese ; Dorothy; Helen; 
and Monica. Seat — Skirsgill Park, Penrith. Clubs — 
Royal Automobile, County (Lancaster). 

LEES of Blackrock, Dublin. Azure, a fesse 
chequy argent and sable, between six cross crosslets 
fitch ee three in chief and three in the nombril points or, 
and three billets two in the honour and one in the base 
points of the second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest 
— A dexter hand couped above the wrist and erect 
proper, grasping a crescent or. Mottoes — " Exegi " ; 
" An honest man's the noblest work of God." 

Sons of Sir Harcourt James Lees, 4th Bart., b. 1840 ; 

d. 1917 ; by his 1st wife, m. i860, Charlotte Anne, 

d. of William MacTaggart — 
Sir Arthur Henry James Lees, 5th Bart, of Blackrock, 
ro. Dublin (30 June 1804). b. 1863; m. 1927, Helen 
Agnes Marion, d. of the late Charles Chittick, of Belle 
View, Nevis, West Indies, and has issue — Mary Helen. 
Res. — Beechlands, Nevis, West Indies. 

Edwin Leslie Lees, Esq., b. 1866 ; m. 1901, Anne 
Charlton ; and has issue — 5 daus. Res. — 15 Pulteney 
Gardens, Bath, Somerset. 

LEES (H. Coll.). Party per chevron dovetailed argent 
and gules, in chief two millrinds sable and in base an owl 
of the first. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a 



wreath ot the colours, a millrind fesseways sable, thereon 
an owl proper. Motto — "Without rest, without haste." 
Livery— Dark blue. 

Son of Sir Elliott Lees, 1st Bart., D.S.O., M.P., J. P., 

M.A. , Maj. and Lt.-Col. Dorset Yeo. Cav., b. i860; 

d. 1908 ; m. 1882, Florence, d. of Patrick Keith ot 

London and Algiers : — ■ 
Sir John Victor Elliott Lees, 3rd Bart. (1907), D.S.O., 
M.C., Lt.-Col. late K.R.R.C., served Great War 
(despatches), has Croix de Guerre (France), b. 1887 ; m. 
1915, Madeline Annie Pamela, d. of Sir Harry Pelly, 4th 
Bart., and has issue — James Lees, Esq., b. 1920; Thomas 
Edward Lees, Esq., ^.1925; Katherine Margaret ; Rosa- 
mund Elizabeth ; Benita Anne ; and Jane Madeline. Seat 
— South Lytchett Manor, Lytchett Minster, Poole, Dorset. 

Son of Bernard Percy Turnbull Lees, Esq. (2nd son ot 

1st Bart.), M.C., Capt. Dorset Yeo., b. 1891 ; d. 1923; 

m. 1919, Marv, d. of Col. Philip John Radcliffe, C.M.G., 

R.E. : — 
Michael Lees, Gentleman, b. 1921. Res. — Trokes 
Coppice, Lytchett Minster, Poole. 

LEES (H. Coll., 12 May 1924). Sable, two bars argent, 
on a chief of the last a garb or, between two roses gules, 
barbed and seeded proper. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper, 
a lion rampant gules, supporting a flagstaff, also proper, 
flowing therefrom a banner sable, charged with a garb 
or. Motto — " Perge sed caute." 

Son of William Lees, of Birkdale : — 

Sir William Clare Lees, Knt. Bach. (1924), O.B.E. 
(1920), J. P. Cheshire, b. 1874; m. 1901, Kathleen, d. of 
John Nickson, of Liverpool ; and has issue — William 
Hereward Clare Lees, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; Enid Clare. 
Res.- — Etherow House, Hollingworth, Cheshire. Club— 
Constitutional. 

LEES of Thurland Castle. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, 
two bars raguly between three cross crosslets fitche> in chief 
and a falcon belled in base all gules (for Lees) ; 2. argent, 
on a bend invected with plain double cottises s;ible, guttee- 
d'eau, three eagles, each with two heads displayed ermine 
[for Brown) ; 3. gules, on a bend, invected erminois between 




two bezants, three martlets azure, all within a bordure 
ermine (for Collins) ; and for a Crest, on a wreath of the 
colours, in front of two cross crosslets fitch^e saltirewa\s 
gules, a falcon belled argent. Motto — " Fide sed cui 
vide." Livery — Blue, with red and white striped waist- 
coat. 

Second but eld. surv. son of the late Edward Brown 
Lees, Esq., J. P. for co. Lancaster and W. R. co. York, 
J. P. and D. L. for Westmorland, Lt.-Col. 22nd Lani s. 
Rifle Vols., by his wife Dorothy, d. of John Livesey : — 
Rev. Ronald Lees, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. (Oxon.), 
Vicar of Tunstall, Lanes., since 1919, b. 1882 ; m. 1st, 1920, 



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Margaret (d. 1925), d. of Richard James Fulton, of Edin- 
burgh ; 2nd, 1927, Ethel, d. of John Simpson, Esq., J. P., 
of Castlefcrd. Seat — Thurland Castle, Kirkby Lonsdale. 

LEES (H. Coll.). Per chevron or and gules, a chevron 
counterchanged between two roses in chief of the second, 
barbed and seeded proper, and three distaffs, one in pale 
and two saltirewise in base of the first. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
cotton-hank fessewise or, thereon an owl close, holding in 




the beak a branch of cotton-tree, a distaff fessewise also 
proper. Motto — " Perge sed caute." 

Son of William Lees, Gentleman, b. 1823; d. 1913 ; 

m. i860, Martha, d. of Robert Dickinson of Oldham ; — 
Joseph Dickinson Lees, Esq., T.P. and (1918) High Sheriff 
Northants. , b. 186 1 ; m. 1890, Edith, eldest child of the 
late Edward H. Martin of Madeley, Staffordshire ; and 
has issue — Geoffrey William Martin Lees, b. 1891 [m. 1921, 
Ellen, 2nd d. of Frank Penn] ; Edith Margery ; and Audrey. 
Seat — Whittlebury, Northamptonshire. Club — Union. 

Son of Joseph Lees of Greenactes Moor, Oldham, 

b. 1786 ; d. 1845 ; m. 1820, Hannah, d. of John 

Cooper: — 
Joseph Lees, Esq., J. P. co. Lancaster, b. 1831 ; m. 1864, 
Elizabeth, d. of John Clegg of High Crompton, Lanes. ; 
and has issue — Albert Ernest Lees, Esq., Major Duke of 
Lancaster's Own Yeo. Cav. , b. 1869 [m. 1897, Elizabeth E., 
second d. of John Bibby of Fachwen, St. Asaph, and has 
ssue — Patrick Bibby Lees, Gentleman, b. 1900 ; Cecil 
Humphrey Lees, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; and Kathleen Irene 
hmda(Res. — Rowton Castle, Shrewsbury)]. Seat— Minnick- 
fold, Holm wood, Surrey. 

LEES (H. Coll.). Argent, two bars raguly between three 
cross crossiets fitch£e in chief, and a falcon belled in base, 
all gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a mount, thereon amidst wheat, a mower, 
in his hands a scythe in the attitude of mowing, all proper. 
Motto — " Ein doe and spare nought." Livery — Dark 
blue, silver buttons. 

Son of Edward Brown Lees, Esq., J. P., b. 1843; d. 

1896; m. 1877, Dorothy, only d. of John Livesey of 

Blackburn : — 
Rev. Ronald Lees (q.v .). 

Sons of James Lees, Esq., of Clarksfield and Alkrington 



Hall, J. P. for co. Lancaster, b. 1817; d. 1871 ; m. 

1847, Ellen, d. of Thomas Cardwell of Lytham, co. 

Lancaster: — ■ 
James Arthur Lees, Esq., J. P. for cos. Lancaster and 
Stafford, B.A. (Oxford), Barr.-at-Law, b. 185a; m. 1882, 
Lucy Jane, d. Rev. Charles John Martyn, then Rector ot 
Long Melford, co. Suffolk, and of Daglingworth, co. 
Gloucester, Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty Queen 
Victoria ; and has had issue — Alfred Robin Martyn Lees, 
Gentleman, b. 1884; killed in action 1918 ; Grace Elinor; 
and Lucy Doris. Seat — Moor House, Biddulph, Staffs. 

Joseph Cardwell Lees, Gentleman, b. 1857; m. 1901, 
Evelyn Daisy, d. of Augustin Barber Fry of York Town, 
Surrey ; and has had issue — Godfrey Cardwell Lees, Gentle- 
man, b. 1902 ; d. 1912. Res. — Church Aston Manor, Salop. 

Roderick Livingstone Lees, Esq., D.S.O..O.B.E., Lieut. - 
Col. late Lanes. Fus. (T.F.), served Great War (despatches), 
b. 1864; m. 1895, Amy Constance, d. of William Jones of 
Abberley Hall, co. Worcester ; and has had issue — (1) 
James Malcolm Lees, Lieut. N. Staffs. Regt., b. 1897 ; killed 
in action 1916 ; (2) William Hector Lees, Gentleman, 
b. 1900. Res. — Stanfield, Rushwick, Worcester. 

Son of Joseph Lees, Esq., J. P., of Clarksfield, b. 

1819 ; d. 1890; m. 1843, Sarah Anne (d. 1884), only d. 

of James Milne of Park House, Crompton : — 
Frederick Lees, Gentleman, b. 1856; m. 1881, Mary 
Eleanor Eliza, d. of G. R. Gibbs of Funchal, Madeira; and 
has issue — Two daus. Res. — Ashford Hall, Bakewell. 

LEES (H. Coll.). Per fesse or and gules, a fesse dove- 
tailed per fesse embattled between two falcons belled in 
chief and a lion rampant in base, all counterchanged 
Mantling gules and or. Crest — A lion rampant gules 




supporting a flag of the arms, the staff entwined by a 
wreath of oak fructed proper. Motto — " In dubiis rectus." 
Livery — Drab, with maroon collar and cuffs. 

Only son of late Capt. Edward John Lees of Werneth, 
b. 1834 ; d. 1863 ; m. 1857, Wilhelmina Felicity, d. of 
John Motz, of Quebec : — 
George Frederick Lees, Esq., J. P. co. Sussex, Lord of 
the Manor of Oldham, b. 1858 ; m. 1880, Elizabeth Mar- 
garet, d. of William Wailes of The Mount, York ; and has 



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issue — (1) Edward Frederick William Lees, Esq , D.S.O., 
F.R.G.S., Lt.-Col. Roy. Eng. , has Croix de Guerre, b. 1881 ; 
Leila Felicity Gladys ; and Marjorie Winifred. Seat — 
Werneth, Lancashire. Res. — VVhyke House, Rumbolds- 
v\hyke, Chichester. Club — Union. 

LEES-MILNE (R.L. 31 May 18^0, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, erminois on a pale invected sable, a millrind erect 
between two lions passant argent (Milne) ; 2 and 3, argent, 
two bars raguly between three cross crosslets fitch£e in chief 
and a falcon belled in base, all gules (Lees). Mantling' 
sable and or. Crests — 1. upon a wreath of the colours, in 
front of five palm trees proper a lamb couchant argent, 
holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped or, and supporting 
with the dexter forefoot a flagstaff in bend sinister proper, 
therefrom flowing a banner argent charged with a cross 
crosslet gules (Milne) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, 
a mount, thereon, amidst wheat, a mower, in his hands 
his scythe in the attitude of mowing, all proper (Lees). 
Motto " Prudenter qui sedulo." Livery — Dark blue, with 
white collar and silver buttons. 

Sons of James Henry Lees-Milne, Esq., J. P. co. Lan- 
caster, b. 1847 ; d. 1908 ; tn. 1877, Mary Emma, second 
d. of Alexander Nesbitt, Esq., of Byfeld House, Barnes, 
co. Surrey: — 
Alec Milne Lees-Milne, Gentleman, late Duke of Lan- 
caster's Own Yeo. , b. 1878; m. 1912, Dorothy, youngest d. 
of Capt. Justinian Heathcote Edwards-Heathcote of Betton, 
Market Drayton, Salop. Seat — Knock House, Grulint , 
Isle of Mull. Club— Cavalry. 

George Crompton Lees-Milne, Gentleman, late Lieut. 
Cheshire Yeo., b. 1880; m. 1904, Helen Christina, d. of 
late Henry Bailey of Coates, Gloucestershire, and grand-d. 
of the late Sir Joseph Bailey of Glanusk ; and has issue — 

(1) George James Henry Lees-Milne, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; 

(2) Richard Crompton Lees-Milne, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; 
and Audrey. Res. — Wickhamford Manor, Evesham, co. 
Worcs. 

LEESE of Send (H. Coll., 1908). Gules, a fesse em- 
battled counter-embattled between in chief two falcons 
belled or, and in base a hand erect couped at the wrist 
holding a dagger in pale proper, pommel and hilt gold. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, 
a falcon belled or, supporting with the dexter claw a 
flagstaff proper, headed and tasselled or, therefrom flowing 
to the dexter a banner gules charged with a dagger in pale 
proper, pommel and hilt gold. Motto — " Vita cara, caricr 
libertas." 

Eld. son of Sir Joseph Francis Leese, 1st Bart., 
K.C., M.P. for Accrington Div. of Lanes. 1892-1910, 
B.A. (Lond. ), Barrister-at-Law and Bencher of the 
Inner Temple, formerly Capt. 3rd Roy. Lanes. Mil., 
Recorder of Manchester, 1893-1913, b. 1845 • d- I 9 I 4 '• 
m. 1867, Mary Constance, d. of late William 
Hargreaves of Broadoak, Accringtcn : — 
Sir William Hargreaves Leese, 2nd Bart. (15 July 1908), 
admitted a Solicitor 1906, b. 1868; m. 1893, Violet Mary, 
d. of Albert Sandeman of Presdales, Ware, Herts. ; and has 
issue — (1) Oliver William Hargreaves Leese, Esq., D.S.O., 
Capt. Coldstream Gds., served Great War 1914-16 
(despatches), b. 1894; (2) Peter Albert Leese, Esq., 2nd 
Lieut. Res. of Officers Coldstream Gds., b. 1905 ; (3) Alex- 
ander William Leese, Esq., b. 1909 ; and Betty Violet 
Mary [m. 1925, Robert Hamlvn Mervyn Drake]. Res. — 
12 Cadogan Gardens, S.W. Clubs — Brooks's, Beefsteak. 
Sons of Vernon Francis Leese, Esq., O.B.E., Deputv 
Surveyor ol the New Forest, b. 1870 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1900. 
Gwendoline Edytha, d. of late Charles Stevenson : — 
lohn Henry Vernon Leese, Esq., b. 1901. 
Frederick Joseph Leese, Gentleman, b. 1914. Res. — 
The King's House, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Yngr. sons of 1st Bart, (see above) : — 
Neville Leese, Esq., D.S.O., O.B.E., Lt.-Col. late 
R.A.S.C., b. 1872 ; m. Matilda Saunders ; and has surv. 
issue— Cicely Violet ; Mary Aurelia ; and Joyce Alice. 

Clive Leese, Esq., M.B.E., late Major R.A.S.C, b. 1888; 
m. 1916, Dorothy, d. of of the late Alfred Dickson, and has 
issue — Cynthia Hilary. Res. — 

Son of Cecil Mellor Leese, Esq., b. 1876; d. 1917 ; m. 
1916, Jessie, d. of G. E. Tournay, of Deal : — 
Lincoln Leese, Gentleman b. 1917. Res. — 

LEESON (H. Coll.). Azure, on a pale argent, a 
caduceus proper, a chief nebuly rayonnee or. Mantling 



azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in 
front of a demi-lion azure, holding between the paws a sun 
in splendour or, a caduceus fessewise of the last. Motto — 
" Follow light." Livery— Blue, yellow facings. 

Only son of John Leeson of 41 Davies Street, Berkeley 
Square, b. 1803; d. 1865; m. 1850, Charlotte, d. of 
John Bunn of Norwich : — 
John Rudd Leeson, Esq., M.D..C.M. (Edin.), M.R.C.S. 
(Eng.), F.R.A.S., F.L.S., Citizen and Salter of London, 
Member of the Court, Hon. Consulting Physician St. 
John's Hospital, Twickenham, and Metropolitan and City 
Police Orphanage, J. P. Middx., Hon. Capt. R.A.M.C, 
b. 1854; m. 1st, 1879, Margaret, d. of Rev. J. P. Lewis of 
Diss, Norfolk ; 2nd, 1890, Caroline Winfred Casamajor, d. 
of Frederick Gwatkin, Solr., of New Square, Lincoln's Inn ; 
and has issue— Spencer Stottesberv Gwatkin Leeson, Gentle- 
man, b. 1892; Gertrude Kate; Edith Margaret; and 
Gladys Mary, M.B.E., M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.). Estates— 
Farnsflell, Notts. ; Mundesley, Norfolk. Res.— Clifden 
House, Twickenham, Middx. Club — Athenaeum. 

MARKHAM RICHARD LEESON -MARSHALL, 
Esq., Major (ret.) Royal Munster Fusiliers, D.L., 
J.P. co. Kerry, High Sheriff 1890, B.A. (Oxon.), Barrister- 
at-Law. Born Dec. 24, 1859, being the only son of 
the late Richard John Leeson-Marshall, Esq., J.P. , of 
Callinafercy House, by Zeena, eldest dau. of the Ven. 
Ambrose Power, Archdeacon of Lismore. Armorial bear- 
ings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, barry of six argent and sable, on a 
canton ermine an escutcheon of the second charged with a 
trefoil slipped or, a crescent gules for difference (for 
Marshall) ; 2. gules, a chief nebuly argent, the rays of the 
sun issuing therefrom or (for Leeson) ; 3. or, on a chief azure, 
a demi-lion argent, holding between the paws a harp of the 
first (for Markham). Mantling sable and argent ; and for 
his Crests, 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-man in 
armour affrontee proper, holding in the dexter hand a baton 
sable, tipped or, charged on the breast with a rose gules, 
girded with a sash also gules, a crescent as in the arms for 
difference (for Marshall) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, 
a demi-lion rampant gules, holding in the paws a sun or,. 
partially eclipsed by clouds proper (for Leeson) ; 3. upon 
a wreath of the colours, a winged lion sejant guardant 
argent, wings addorsed, holding between the forepaws a 
harp or, the head encircled by a plain glory of the last 
(for Markham). Married, 1st, 1890, Mabel Edith, eldest 
d. of Sir John Fermor Godfrey, Bart. ; and by her (d. 
1892) has issue — Mary [m. 1924, George Annesley Ruthl ; 
2nd, 1907, Meriel Anne, only d. of Sir George Frederick 
Jchn Hodson, 3rd Bart. Seat — Callinafercy House, Mill- 
town, co. Kerry. Clubs — New University, Kildare Street 
(Dublin). 

LEFEVRE, see SHAW - LEFEVRE - ST. JOHN- 
MILDMAY. 



STANLEY HUGHES LE FLEMING, Esq., 1. 1, 
and D.L. for Westmorland (High Sheriff 1878), D.L. 
for Cumberland, J.P. for Lanes, and Capt. and Hon Major 
Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry Cavalry. Born 
1855, being the elder son of the late Major-Gen. George 
Cumberland Hughes le Fleming, J.P. and D. L. , of Rydal, 
by his second wife Anne Jane, youngest dau. of Major 
Alexander Rennick, Bengal Army. Armorial bear- 
ings—Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a fret argent (for Le 
Fleming, Vn. Westmorland, 1665) ; 2 and 3, quarterly, or 
and argent, a lion rampant azure between three fountains 
proper (for Hughes). Mantling gules and argent ; and for 
his Crests, 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a serpent nowed, 
holding in the mouth a wreath of olives and vine leaves all 
proper (for Le Fleming) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, 
a lion couchant, resting the dexter paw on a fountain 
(for Hughes). Motto — "Pax, copia, sapientia. " Livery — 
Dark blue. Married, Oct. 20, 1896, Cecily, eldest dau. 
of Col. and the Hon. Mrs. Marton of Capernwray, Lanes.; 
and has issue — (1) Michael George Le Fleming, Gentleman, 
b. 1900 ; (2) Richard Cumberland Le Feming, Gentleman, 
b. 1901 ; and two daus. Seat — Rydall Hall, Ambleside. 
Clubs — Windham, Orleans. 

LEFROY (Confd. U.O. 1857). Quarterly, 1 and 4, vert, 
fretty argent, on a chief of the second, a hood or cap 
(allusive to the badge assumed by the party opposed to the 
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3 azure, a chevron or, between three crescents argent, on a 
chief gules, three mullets of the third. Mantling vert and 




argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-wyvern 
gules, armed and langued azure. Motto — " Mutaresperno" 
(adopted at the period of the Huguenot persecutions). 
Livery — Dark green, silver lace and red plush breeches. 
Sons of Augustine Hugh Lefroy, Esq. , J. P. Essex, J. P. 
and D.L. (High Sheriff 1909) co. Longford, Lt.-Col. 
45th Regt. (Sherwood Foresters), b. 1839; d. 1915 ; m. 
1878, Isabel Mary, eldest d. of John Hebblethwaite : — 
Hugh Percival Thomson Lefroy, Esq., D.S.O., M.C. , 
Lt.-Col. late Royal Engineers, Head of Radio Research 
Work, Air Ministry, b. 1880. Seat — Carrig-glas Manor, co. 
Longford. 

Langlois Massy Lefroy, Gentleman, O.B.E., b. 1885; 
tn. 1924, Sheelah Georgiana Bertha, d. of Benjamin 
Bloomfield Trench. Res. - 23 Sumner Place, S.W.7. 

Son of Rev. Anthony William Hamon Lefroy, B.A. , 
Rector of Mount Bures, b. 1847 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1876, 
Sarah Jane (d. 1909), d. of Jchn Flower: — 
Anthony Langlois Massy Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1880. 
Res. — 5 Harrington Court, S.W.7. 

Sons of Thomas Paul Lefroy, Esq., of Carrig-glas 

Manor, Q.C., County Court Judge of Down, Chancellor 

of Diocesan Court of Down, Connor, and Dromore, 

Bencher of the King's Inns, b. 1806; d. 1891 ; m. 

1835, Hon. Elizabeth Massy, d. of Hugh, 3rd Lord 

Massy : — 

Col. Charles Edward Lefroy, formerly Commanding 6th 

Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 1852; m. 1895, Alice Constance, 

onlv child of late Colin John Campbell, Scots Greys, of 

Colgrain, co. Dumbarton ; and has issue — Theodore 

Charles Geoffrey Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1900; Aileen 

Muriel ; Constance Elizabeth ; and Gladys Mary. Res. — 

37 Preston Park Avenue, Brighton. 

Alfred Henry Lefroy, Gentleman, LL. R. (Camb.), 
Barrister-at-Law, *. 1856; m. 1891, Geraldine Mary, only 
d. of late Patrick Panton of Rodmersham Court, Kent, 
and Edenbank, co. Roxburgh ; and has issue — Pauline 
Mary Elizabeth ; and Rosemary Geraldine Massy. Res. — 
The Manor House, Holybourne, Alton, Hants. 

Son of Thomas Charles Perceval Lefroy, b. 1845 ; d. 

1893 ; m. 1873, Isabella Napier, elder d. of Alexander 

Hastie, M.P. , of Carnock, co. Fife: — 

Charles Jeffry Alexander Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1876. 

m. 1919, Nevilia Valentine, d. of Major Thomas. Res. — 

Bassetts, Chiddington Heath, Edenbridge. 

Sons of Rev. Frederick Anthcny Lefroy, M.A. (Camb.), 
Vicar of Haresfield, Hon. Canon of Gloucester, b. 
1846 ; d. 1920 ; m. 1881, Henrietta, d. of George Gurney 
of Eastbourne, Sussex : — 
George Frederick Lefroy, Gentleman, B.A., b. 1882 ; 
m. 1908, Isabel Elaine May', d. of General Beaman of East- 
bourne ; and has issue — Jeffry Ardern Lefroy, Gentleman, 
b. 1909; Timothy George Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1915. 
Res. — Orchard House, Pilton, Barnstaple. 
Charles Edwin Lefroy, Gentleman, B.A., b. 1883.; tm 



1915, Margaret Stevens. Res. — Haresfield, Tangruere, 
Chichester. 

Robert Philip Perceval Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1888; m. 

1916, Beatrice, d. of Col. Saunders, and has issue. Res. — 
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

Son of Francis Paul Lefroy, LL.B., Barrister-at-Law, 
b. 1857; d. 1896; m. 1884, Beatrice Mary, d. of 
Francis Shand of Woolton, Lanes. : — 
Edward Jeffry Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1893. Res.—i Stan- 
hope Gardens, S.W.7. 

Sixth son of Very Rev. Jeffry Lefroy, Dean of Dromore, 
and Hele 1a Trench : — 
Edward Heathcote Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1859; m. 1894, 
Lilian Wyndham, d. of Sir Herbert Barnard. Res.— 
73 Warwick Square, S.W. 

Son of George Lefroy, b. 1826; d. 1896; m. Phcebe 
Baldwin: — 
Benjamin St. George Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1865; m. 
1910, Kathleen Grace, d. of Col. C. A. Lefroy of Carngglas 
Seat— Derrycashel, Clondra, Longford. 

Son of Robert Lefroy, Esq., J. P., late Capt. 97th Regt., 
b. 1834; d. 1907; m. 1872, Maud, only child of John 
W. S. Cole of Broonfield, co. Dublin: — 
Rev. Robert Willoughby Lefroy, B.A. (Dub.), b. 1877. 
Res.— Galtrim House, Bray, co. Wicklow. 

Son of Hon. Anthony O'Grady Lefroy, C.M.G., late 

Treas. Western Australia, b. 1816; d. 1897; m. 1852, 

Mary (d. 1913), d. of Col. Bruce: — 

Hon. Sir Henry Bruce Lefrov, K.C.M.G., Premier 

West Australia 1917-19, Agent-Gen. for West Australia 

in London, 1901-5, formerly Member of Federal Council, 

Australia, 1895-7, M.L.A. We.t Australia 1892-1901, 

and since 1911, b. 1854; m. 1st, 1880, Rose Agnes (d. 

1902), d. of late Charles Wittenoom, Esq., J. P., of West 

Australia; 2nd, 1904, Madeleine Emily Stewart, d. of Rev. 

William Stewart Walford, Vicar of St. Mary's at the 

Quay, Ipswich; and has issue— (1) John Stewart Lefroy, 

Esq., b. 1907; (2) Robert Bruce Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 

I9ir. Add.— Walebing, West Australia 

Sons of Gerald de Courcv Lefroy, b. 1819 ; d. 1877 ; 
m. 1852, Elizabeth, d. of William Brookman :— 
Henry Gerald Lefroy, Gentleman, b. . Res.— Western 
Australia. 

William Gerald Lefroy, Gentleman, b. . Res.— 
Western Australia. 

Sons of Henry Maunsell Lefroy, Esq., J.P., of Fern 
Hollow, Killalce, b. 1826; d. ; m. i860, Ellen, d. 
of James Shine of Ballymacrease : — 
Henry Lefrov, Gentleman, b. i860; tn. 1905. Minnie, d- 
of F. John Minchin, Esq., J. P., of Annagh. Res.— 
James Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res. — 

Sons of Capt. Charles James Maxwell-Lefroy, late 14th 
Hussars, of Itchel Manor, Crondall, b. 1848 ; d. 
1908 ; tn. 1872, Elizabeth Catherine {d. 1920), d. of 
Alfred Henry M'Clintock, M.D., of Merrion Square, 
Dublin :— 
Charles Alfred Henry Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1873. 
Res. — Tasmania. 

George Langlois M. Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1874; tn. 
1903, Almina, younger d. of G. Campbell of Manitoba. 

Res. — , , _ ., 

Cecil Maxwell Lefroy, Esq., C.M.G., Capt. (ret.) R.N., 

b. 1876; tn. 1013, Beatrice, d. of J. Clegg, and ha, 

issue— lohn Rodney Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; and four 

daus. Res.— Runwick House, Farniiam. 

Son of Harold M. Lefroy, Gentleman, M.A., F.G.S., 
F.E.S., Imperial Entomologist, b. 1877; d. 1925 ; m. 
1904, Kathleen Hamilton, second d. of late William 
O'Meara, Provost-Marshal of British Guiana:— 
Anthony Cecil Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1907- Res.— 
mah. . 

^Yngst. son of Capt. Charles James Maxwell-Letroy 

see above) : — 
Evelyn M. Lefroy, Gentleman, b. 1879; tn. 1906, Ethe 1 
Muriel Richards. Res. — India. 

Sons of Augustus Henry Frazer Lefroy, Esq., K.C., 
M.A. Oxford, Professor of Roman Law and Juris- 
prudence at the University of Toronto, b. 1852 ; d. 
1919 ; tn. 1884, Mary Theodora, dau. of Henry Seton 
Strathy, General Manager of the Traders' Bank of 
Canada : — 
Henry Chichele Lefroy, Esq., b. 1890. 
Langlois Dundas Lefroy, Gentleman, I. 1892. Res.— 
Toronto, Canada. Clubs — New University, Toronto 
(Toronto). 



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LEGG. Sable, on a pile or, between two books argent, 
clasped and garnished, in base of the second, a leg couped 
at the thigh, in armour of the field, spurred and garnished 
gold. Mantling sable and or. Crest- On a wreath of the 




colours, a dexter arm in armour sable, garnished gold, 

holding in the hand a roll of paper argent, between roses or. 

Motto— "Tolle lege." 

Sons of the Rev. William Legg, M.A. (Oxon.), Clerk in 
Holy Orders, sometime Rector of Hawkinge, and Vicar 
of Swingfield, both in the co. of Kent, b. 1831 ; d. 
ig-22, ; m. 1866, Mary (d. 1874), eldest dau. of the late 
Richard Whitehead of Ewell Manor, co. Kent: — 
Ven. Richard Wickham Legg, Archdeacon of Berkshire, 

Vicar of Sonning, Berks., M.A. (New College, Oxon.), /». 

1867. Res. — The Vicaiage, Sonning, Berks. 
William Wickham Legg, Gentleman, M.A. (Trinity Coll. 

Camb.), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1868. Res. — 43 Charlwood 

Street, S.W.i. 

Only son of Sir George Edward Wickham Legg.K.B.E. , 
M.V.O., Knight of Justice of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem, Chev. Legion of Ho our, Capt. 
3rd Batt. Royal West Kent Regt. , formerly 2nd Batt. 
South Staffordshire Regt., b. 1870; d. 1927; m. 1895, 
Kathleen Octavia, Lady of Grace of the Order of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, eldest dau. of Col. 
Sir James Gilde'a, G.B.E., K.C.V.O., C.B. : — 
George Patrick Wickham Legg, Esq., late Lieut. 3rd 

Batt. S. Staffs. Regt., b. 1899. Res. — 14 Pembroke 

Gardens, W.8. 

LEGARD (H. Coll., 1564). Argent, on a bend between 
six mallets pierced gules, a cross pat£e or. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest. — On a wreath of the colon s, a gey 
h :und passant or, collared sable, studded a gent. Motto — 
" Per crucem ad Stellas." 

Son of Rev. Cecil Henry Legard, M.A. (Camb.), 

LL.M., Rector of Ccttesb ooke, b. 1843 ; d. 1918 ; m. 

1873, Emily Marv, d. of James Hall of Scorbo;o' Hall, 

Yorks. :— 
Sir Digby Algernon Hall Legard, 13th Bart. (Eng. , 29 
Dec. r66o), B.A. (Camb.), b. 1876; m. 1904, Georgina 
Blanche Elaine, d. of W. J. S. Barb^r-Starkey of AUenham 
Hall, Salop; and has issue — Thomas Digby Legard, Esq., 
t>. 1905; John D'Arcy Legard, Esq., />. 1908; William 



Ernest I^egard, Esq., b. 1911 ; and Rosamond Elaine. 
Seat— Knapton Hall, near Malton. Res.— Headon Lodge, 
B ompton-by-Sawdor., Yorks. Clubs— Jun. Constitutional ; 
M.C.C. 

Sons of Capt. James Anlaby Legard, R.N., K.T.S. , 
b. 1805 ; d. 1869 ; m. 1845, Catherine (d. 1887), widow of 

Henry Beaumont, and d. of Sir George Cayley, Bart. : — 
Sir James Digby Legard, K.C.B., J. P. N. and E. 
Riding co. Yorks., D.L. N. Riding, Hon. Col. Yorkshire 
R.F.A., late Col. comdg. E. Yorks Inf. Vol. Brig, and the 
Yorkshire R.G.A. (Mil.), formerly Capt. K.A.,b. 1846; m. 
1877, Julia Helen, d. of Alfred Arkwright of Wirksworth, co. 
Derby ; and has had issue— (1) Alfred Digby Lega d, Esq., 
C.B.E., Lt.-Col. and Brev.-Col. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 
b. 1878 [m. 1902, Winifred, d. of Col. Sir W. G. Morris, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., R.E. ; and has issue— Katherine Emily 
Winifred; Ursula Rebecca Julia ; and Diana]; (2) George 
Percy Legard, Esq., Lieut. R.N., b. 1879; d. 1921 [m. 
1905, Andolie Susannah, d. of Percy F. Luck of Stockholm ; 
and left issue— Charles Percy Digby Legard, Gentleman, 
2nd Lieut. 5th Inniskilling Dragoon Gds. , b. 1906 (Res.— 4 
South Bolten Gardens, S. W.5) ; James Frederick Legard, 
Gentleman, b. 1907 ; and Vendela Susan Esther] ; (3) 
Richard Anlaby Legard, Esq., late Lieut. West Yorkshire 
Regt., b. 1880; (4) Thomas Francis Legard, Esq., b. 1885 ; 
(5) Reginald John Legard, Esq., b. 1893 (d. of wounds 
received in action 1915) ; Helen Mary Alice [m. 1921, 
Seymour G. Harvey] ; Evelyn Elizabeth Catherine [m. 19 10, 
George A. Maxwell] ; Edith Victoria [m. 191 3, Roger John 
Kinloch Barber-Starkey] ; and Pauline Octavia. Res.— 
Hasledene, Exmouth. Clubs— Naval and Military, York- 
shire (York), R.Y.S. (Cowes.) 

Allayne Beaumont Legard, Gentleman, late 60th Rifles, 
b. 1847 ; m. 1881, Mary Adelaide, d. of T. Buckley of 
Detroit, U.S.A. ; and has issue— Adrienne Catherine; and 
Mary Olive. Res.— Great Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk. 

Son of Rev. Francis Digby Legard, b. 1829 ; d. 1883 ; 

m. \%72, Jane (d. 1875), d. of Admiral F. Vernon 

Harcourt, R. N. :— 
DArcy Legard, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., Brig-Gen. late 
17th Lancers, b. 1873 ; m. 1908, Lady Edith Margaret Emily 
Mary Foljambe, eld. d. of 1st Earl of Liverpool ; and has 
issue— (1) Robert Francis Legard, Gentleman, b. 1909; (2) 
Antony Ronald Legard, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; (3) Peter 
Herbert Legard, Gentleman, b. 1917. Res.— Maes Court, 
Tenbury, Worcs. 

Sons of Digby Charles Legard, Gentleman, of Quarry 

Bank, Malton, Yorks., b. 1851 ; d. 1924; m. 1880, 

Eleanor Clementina, d. of Rev. David Bruce :— 
Charles Legard, Esq., M.C., Capt. late Lines. Regt., 
b. 1887 ; m. 1918, Ethel, d. of the late Rev. George Strick- 
land Marriott, of Sigglesthorne, Hull; and has issue— 
Geo ge Hugo Digby Legard, Gentleman, b. 1920; John 
Bruce Legard, Gentleman, b. 1924. Res. — Gristhorpe, 
Filey, Yorks. 

Roger Alexander Legard, Gentleman, b. 1891. 

LEGGE. Azure, a stag's head caboshed argent. 
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal 
coronet or, a plume of five ostrich feathers argent 
and azure. Motto — " Gaudet tentamine virtus." 

Son of Rt. Hon. William Walter Legge, 5th Earl of 
Dartmouth, b. 1823 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1846, Lady Augusta 
Finch, d. of 5th Earl of Aylesford : — 
Rt. Hon. Sir William Heneage Legge, P.C., G.C.V.O., 
K.C.B., 6th Earl of Dartmouth (5 Sept. 171 1), Viscount 
Lewisham, Kent, Baron Dartmouth of Dartmouth 
(2 Dec. 1682) [Supporters— On the dexter, a lion argent, 
semee of fleurs-de-lys sable, on the head a ducal coronet 
or, issuing therefrom five ostrich feathers as in the 
crest ; on the sinister, a stag argent, unguled or, semee 
of mullets gulesl, J. P. cos. Salop and Cheshire, Vice- 
Chambcrlain of H.M. Household 1885-6, 1886-91, M.P. 
We=it Kent 1878-85, and for Lewisham 1885-91, b. 185 1 ; 
m. 1879, Lady Mary Coke, C.B.E., d. of 2nd Earl of 
Leicester ; and has surv. issue — (1) William Legge, Esq., 
commonly called Viscount Lewisham, J. P. Staffs., M.P. 
West Bromwich 1910-18; Lieut. -Col. late Staffs. Yeo., b. 
1881 [m. 1905, Lady Ruperta Carrington, d. of 1st Mar- 
quess of Lincolnshire; and has issue — Hon.William Legge, 
b. 19 1 3 ; Hon. Mary Cecilia ; Hon. Elizabeth ; Hon. Diana ; 
Hon. Barbara ; Hon. Josceline Gabrielle. (Seat— 
Godmersham Park, Canterbury)] ; (2) Hon. Humphrey 
Legge, D.S.O., Comm. (ret.) R.N., b. 1888 [m. 1923, 
Roma Ernistine, d. of Sir Ernest Horlick, 2nd Bart. ; 
and has issue — Gerald Humphrey Legge, E?q., b. 1924, 



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and Heather Margaret Mary (Res. — Fixall Lodge, 
Stafford)] ; Lady Dorothy [m. 1907, Lieut.-Col. Francis 
Meynell, D.S.O.. R.F.A.] ; Lady Joan Margaret. Seat — 
Patshull House, Wolverhampton. Town res. — 5 Belgrave 
Place, S.W. Clubs — Travellers', Carlton. 

LEGGE (L.O. , 9 Dec. 1910). Azure, on a fesse embattled 

argent, three hearts gules, in chief three fusils of the 

second. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — On a 

wreath of his liveries, a leopard's face affrontee proper. 

Motto — " Esto quod esse videris." Livery — Blue and white. 

Ygst. son of the Rev. Alexander Legge, V.D., Minister 

of Kilconquhar, Fife, b. 1843; m. 1870, Isabella Mac- 

donald, d. of John Leith of Aberdeen :— 

Alexander Grant Legge, L.D.S., R.C.S. (Edin.),.$. 1884. 

Res. — Kilconquhar House, Bridgnorth, Salop. 

LEGGE (H. Coll., 1917). Azure, a pale argent, be- 
tween six crescents or. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant from a cres- 
cent or, a man's leg erect, couped at the knee, in armour 
proper, garnished and spurred or, the foot upwards, the 
toe pointing to the dexter. Motto — " Fight forward." 
Eldest son of Henry Legge, 6. ; d. 1899 ; m. 

1872, Sarah Martha, d. of John Bevington : — 

Henry Bevington Legge, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m. 
1901, Edith Blethyne, d. of Edwin Greenway ; and has 
issue — Geoffrey Bevington Legge, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; 
Philip Henry Bevington Legge, Gentleman b. 1905. 
Res. — Baston Manor, Hayes, Kent ; Harlyn Bay, Corn- 
wall. C/«£— R.A.C. 

LEGGE ( ). Azure, a buck's head caboshed 

argent. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Out of a 
ducal coronet or, a plume of five ostrich feathers alternately 
argent and azure. Motto — " Gaudet tentamine virtus." 
Livery — Blue, with silver buttons, and silver lace round hat. 
Only surv. son of Rev. Augustus George Legge, Clerk 
in Holy Orders, M.A. , late Vicar of North Elmham, 
co. Norfolk, Lord of several Manors in the co. of 
Southampton, b. 1835; d. 1906; m 1864, Alice (d. 
1885), d. of John Greenwood, Esq., Q.C. , of Broad- 
hanger, co. Hampshire: — 
Walter Douglas Legge, Gentleman, b. 1865. Postal 
address — " Hove Lawn,' Cromwell Road, Hove, Sussex. 

LEGH, see CORNWALL LEGH. 

LEGH. Gules, a cross engrailed argent, in the chief 
point, on an inescutcheon sable, semee of estoiles, an 
arm in armour embowed of the second, the hand proper 
holding a pennon silver, all within a bordure wavy or. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Issuant out of a ducal 
coronet or, a ram's head argent, armed or, in the mouth 
a laurel-slip vert, the whole debruised by a pallet wavy 
azure. Motto — ■" En Dieu est ma foi." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. William John Legh, 1st Baroa 

Newton, b. 1828 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1856, Emily Jane, d. 

of Ven. Charles Wodehouse, Archdeacon of 

Norwich : — 
Rt. Hon. Thomas Wodehouse Legh, P.C., 2nd Baron 
Newton (27 Aug. 1892), of Newton-in-Makerneld, Lanes. 
' Supporters — On either side a mastiff proper, collared 
sable], J. P., D.L. Cheshire, M.P. Newton 1886-95, Pay- 
master-Gen. i9i5-i6,Asst. Under-Sec. for Foreign Affairs, 
191 6-19, b. 1857; m. 1880, Evelyn Caroline, d. of 
William Bromley Davenport, M.P., of Capesthorne, 
Cheshire ; and has issue — Hon. Richard William Daven- 
port Legh, Capt. late Lanes. Hussars, J. P. Cheshire, b. 
1888 [m. 1914, Hon. Helen Meysey-Thompson, d. of 1st 
Baron Knaresborough ; and has issue — Peter Richard 
Legh, Esq., b. 1915 ; Hugo Claude Legh, Esq., b. 1916 ; 
Francis Michael Legh, Esq., b. 1919 (Res. — Lyme 
Park, Disley, Cheshire)] ; Hon. Piers Walter Legh, 
C.M.G., CLE., M.V.O., O.B.E., Maj. Grenadier Gds., 
Equerry-in-Ordinary to the Prince of Wales since 1910. 
has Order of SS. Maurice and Lazarus (Italy), b. 1890 
[m. 1920, Sara Polk, d. of the late Judge Bradford, of 
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A. ; and widow of Hon. Alfred 
Shaughnessy ; and has issue — Diana Evelyn (Res. — 43 
Norfolk Square, Hyde Park, W.2)]; Hon. Lettice [m. 
1st, 1908, Capt. John Warburton, Scots Gds. (d. 1915) ; 
2nd, 1919, Lieut.-Col. John Walters, D.S.O. (Res. — 9 
Berkeley Square, W.)] ; Hon. Hilda Margaret ; Hon. 
Phyllis Elinor [m. 1918, Henry Sandeman, Lieut. Grena- 
dier Gds. ; and has issue]. Seat — Lyme Park, Disley 



Stockport. Town res. — 75 Eaton Square, W. Clubs — 
Carlton, Travellers'. 

Hon. Gilbert Legh, Maj. (ret.) Grenadier Gds., b. 1858 ; 
m. 1894, Louise, d. of George Maquay, and widow of Col. 
the Hon. George Villiers, C.B., C.M.G. Res.— The 
Drove House, Thornham, King's Lynn. 

ARTHUR MASTERTON ROBERTSON LEGH. 
Esquire, Justice of the Peace for Cheshire, Major (ret.) 
Cheshire Yeomanry, second son of William John Renny, 
Esquire, of D.inevabe, co. Kirkcudbright, J. P., D L., by 
his wife Julia Isabella, elder dau. of Arthur John Robertson, 




Esquire, of Inshes, co. Inverness, J. P., D. L. , and, together 
with his wife, assumed the additional name and arms ol 
Legh by Royal Licence dated Aug. 9, 1897. Armorial 
bearings — Quarterly, 1. azure, two bars argent, over all a 




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bend compony gales and or, a canton of the second (for 
difference) (for Legh). 2. per pale gules and ermine, two 



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wings conjoined in leure, and in chief iwo thistl s leaved and 
slipped, a bordure nebuly all counterchanged (for Kenny) ; 
3. gules three boars' heads cvuped argent, a bor- 
dure ermines (for Robertson) ; 4. vert, three pelicans in 
their piety proper, on a chief or, two garbs (for Paterson) ; 
5. per pale argent and sable a cross engrailed counter- 
changed, in the 1st quarter a lymphad sable, a bordure 
compony gules and or (for Sinclair) ; 6. per pale sable and 
azure, a stag's head caboshed, and in chief a flame argent 
(for Mackenzie) ; and, on an escutcheon of pretence, 
quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, two bars argent, over all a bend 
compony gules and or (for Legh) ; 2 and 3, azure, a chev- 
ron between three hanks of cotton argent (for Cotton) ; and 
the other q larterings of Legh of Adlingtcn, viz. : Legh, 
Crosse, Legh, Legh, Venables, Legh, Baggaley. Corona, 
Arderne, Arderne, Orreby, and Belgrave. Mantling azure 
and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a 
unicorn's head couped argent, armed and crined or, on 
the neck a cross botony gules, and (for distinction) with a 
quatrefoil also gules (for Legh); 2. en a wreath of the 
colours, issuing from cloud-, a cubit arm erect proper, 
holding a balance or, between two wings gules, each charged 
with a thistle leaved and slipped aLo <r (for Renny); 
3. on a wreath of the colours, a swan argent, vesting his 
dexter claw on a cross crosslet gules (for Robertson). 
Motto — "Da gloriam Deo." Lively — Black, with scarlet 
facings. Married 1892, Caroline Marv Florence, eld. dau. 
and heir of Frederick Henry Cotton (eldest son of Rev. H. 
Stapleton Cotton), of Dalbury, co. Derby, and granddau. of 
the late Charles Richard Banastre Legh, Esq., of Adling- 
ton Hall, D.L., J. P.; and has issue— Cynthia Comber- 
mere. Seat— Adlington Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire. 
i^lubs — Cavalry ; Oriental. 

LE iH (H. Coll.) Argent, a lion rampant gules, langued 
azure. Mantling gules and argent. Crest -On a wreath 
of the colours, a demi-lion rampant gules, langued azuie, 
collared or. Motto— " La vi durante." 

Only surv. son of Richard Cornwall Legh, Gentleman, 
by his wife Thomasina Antonia, d. of Frederick 
Sedley : — 
Sydney Cornwall Legh, Gentleman, late Lieut. R.N., t. 
1862. Res.— 

LE HUNTE. Vert, a saltire or. Mantling vert and or. 

Crest -Upon a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant or. 

Motto -" Parcere prostratis." 

Son of Sir George Ruthven Le Hunte, K.C.M.G., 
of Artramont, co. Wexford, M.A. (Camb.), Barrister- 
at-Law, President of the Island of Dominica, Member 
of the Executive Council of the Leeward Islands, and 
Colonial Secretary of Barbadoes and of Mauritius, 
Lieut. Gov. of British New Guinea, Gov. of South 
Australia, b. 1852 ; d. 1925; m. 1884, Caroline Rachel 
(Res.— Sandndge, Crowborough, Sussex), dau. of John 
Clowes of Burton Court, co. Hereford :— 
John Le Hunte, Esq.,Capt., Hampshire Regt., b. 1886, 

m. 1913, Vera, elder d. of Col. Spurgin, late Royal Scots 

Fus., of Tichborne Grange, Alresford, Hants. 

LEICESTER (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, quarterly , 
1. and iiii., azure, a fesse gules between three fleurs- 
de-lis or ; ii. and iii. , azure, a fesse gules, fretty or, between 
three fleurs-de-lys of the last (both for Leicester) : 2 and 3, 
gules, a chevron between three dexter hands couped and a 
bordure argent (Byrne). Mantling azure and or. CrestB 
—1. on a wreath of the colours, a dragon's head erased 
vert ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a swan's head couped 
argent, gutt^e-de-sang, beaked or (both for Leicester) ; 3. 
on a wreath of the colours, a mermaid proper, charged' on 
the breast with five escallops or (Byrne). Motto—" Pro 
rege et patria. " 

Sons of Rev. Frederic Leicester, M.A., b. 1802; d. 

1873; m. 1861, Amelia Susannah, d. of Lt.-Col. John 

Campbell : — 
Sir Peter Fleming Frederic Leicester, 8th Bart. (17 Mav 
1671), Capt. Res. of Officers, late Lieut. 51st K.O. Lt. Inf' 
formerly Leut. 3d Batt. Cheshire Regt., b. 1863; m. 
1004, Kate Patten, d. of late Edward M. Warden of 
U.S.A. Res.— 5 Albert Mansions, Hove, Sussex. Club— 
St. James's. 

Byron Leicester, Esq., Col. late 1st Batt. Cheshire Regt., 
b. 1868 ; served Burma 1887-9, N.W. Frontier, India 1897-8 
and Great War 1914-18 (despatches), has Croix de Guerre 
(avec palme) France; m. 1895, Guendolen Margaret (d. 



1908), d. of John Brooke of Hockliffe Grange ; and has 

issue — Meriel Guendolen [m. 1922, Capt. Eric Adrian 

Hayes Newington, Indian Army; and has issue]; and 

Lesbia Evelyn Margaret. Res. — 

Sons of Major William Frederick Leicester, late Bengal 
Army, b. 1831 ; d. 1906; m. 2nd, 1894, Mary Lilian, 
d. of George William Young of Branksome Manor, 
Bournemouth : — 
George William Frederick Leicester, Esq., Capt. Cheshire 

Regt., b. 1895. Club — Jun. United Service. 

Charles Byrne Warren Leicester, Gentleman, Lieut. 

late 1st Dragoon Gds., b. 1896. Res. — . Club — 

Cavalry. 

LEICESTER- WARREN (R.L 9 Feb. 1899, H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, I., quarterly 1 and 4. chequy or and azure, on a 
canton gules, a lion rampant argent (Warren) ; 2 and 3, 
quarterly, i. and iiii., azure, a fesse between three fleurs-de-lys 
or (Leicester); ii. and iii., azure, a fesse gules, fretty or 
between three fleurs-de-lys of the last (Leicester) ; II. 
quarterly, per fesse indented or and gules (Leighton) ; III., 
argent, three boars' heads couped close sable (Cambrey) ; 
IV., azure, a lion rampant queue-fourch^e or (Stapleton); 
V., argent, a wyvern sable (Drake) ; VI., or, three bendlets 
gules; VII., azure, three escallops or (Malletti; VIII., 
azure, a chevron ermine between three fleurs-de-lys of the 
same (Burgh); IX., or, a lion rampant gules within a 
bordure engrailed sable (William, Lord of Mawddwy, fourth 
son of Griffith ap Wenunwin, Prince of Powis) ; X., gules, 
a lion rampant within a bordure indented or (Theodor) ; 
XL, or, a raven sable (Corbet) ; XII., gules, a bend between 
six pears eiect or, stalked and leaved vert (Clopton) ; XIII., 
quarterly, per fesse indented gules and or, in the first quarter 
a lion passant guardant argent (Besyn — quarterings II. to 
XIII. all being recorded Vn. of Shropshire, 1623I, and 
on an escutcheon of pretence the arms of Davenport, viz. : 
argent, a chevron between three cross crosslets fitchee sable. 
Crests— 1. on a chapeau gules, turned up ermine, a wyvern 
argent, wings elevated chequy or and azure ; 2. on a wreath 
of the colours, a dragon's head erased vert (Leicester) ; 3. on 
a wreath of the colours, a swan's head couped argent, 
gutt£e-de-sang, beaked or (Leicester), Motto — " Tenebo.'" 

Yr. son of Sir Baldwin Leighton, 8th Bart. (1693),. 

D.L., M.P., M.A., b. 1836; d. 1897; m. 1864, Hon. 

Eleanor Leicester- Warren (Hon. Lady Leighton - 

Warren), d. of 2nd Lord de Tabley : — 
Cuthbert Leicester- Warren (formerly Leighton), Esq., 
].P. and (1921) High Sheriff Cheshire, Hon. Major 
R.A.S.C, late Capt. 16th Batt. London Regt., b. 1877; 
m. 1904, Hilda Marguerite (vide Davenport), only d. and 
h. of late Capt. E. Davenport of Davenport ; and has surv. 
issue — John Leighton Byrne Leicester- Warren, Gentleman, 
^.1907; and Margaret Alice. Res. — Tabley House. Knuts- 
ford. 



LEIGH, see 
TON-LEIGH. 



AUSTIN-LEIGH, WARD-BROUGH- 



LEIGH. Gules, a cross engrailed argent, in the 
first quarter a lozenge of the second. Mantling gules 
and argent. Crest — An unicorn's head erased argent 
armed and crined or. Motto — " Tout vient de Dieu." 
Eld. surv. son of Rt. Hon. William Henry Leigh, 
2nd Baron Leigh, P.C., b. 1824; d. 1905 ; m. 1848, 
Caroline Amelia (d. 1906), d. of 2nd Marquess of 
Westminster : — 
Rt. Hon. Francis Dudley Leigh, 3rd Baron Leigh, 
(11 May, 1839), of Stoneleigh, co. Warwick [Supporters — 
On either side an unicorn armed, maned, tufted, and 
unguled or, gorged with a ducal coronet gules, pendent 
therefrom an escutcheon charged with the arms of 
Brydges, namely : argent, a cross sable, thereon a leopard's 
face or], J. P., Lord-Lieut. andCustos Rotulorum, co. War- 
wick, Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem, b. 1855 ; m. 1st, 1890, Frances 
Helene Forbes (d. 1909), d. of Hon. N. M. Beckwith, of 
New York ; 2nd, 1923, Marie, d. of Alexander Campbell, 
of New York. Seat — Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth, 
Warwick ; Adelstrop House, Chipping Norton. Town 
res. — 31 Grosvenor Square, W. Clubs — Bachelors', 
White's, Turf. 

Son of Maj. the Hon. Rupert Leigh (third son of 
2nd Baron Leigh), b. 1856 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1906, Bea- 
trice Mary (d. 1922), d. of Dudley Smith, of Belgrave 
Square : — 



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Rupert William Dudley Leigh, Esq., Lieut, nth 
Hussars, b. 1908. 

4lh son ot 2nd Baron Leigh (see ato\e) : — 

Hon. Rowland Charles Frederick Leigh, M.A. Camb., 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1859 ; m. 1898, Mabel, 
d ol Gen. Gordon, of Savannah, U.S.A. ; and has issue- 
Rowland Henry Gordon Leigh, Fsq., b. 1902 ; Margaret 
Ethel. Res. — 26 Upper Berkeley Street, W. 

LEIGH of Altrincham (H. Coll., 9 Feb. 1918). Argent 
on a cross engrailed quadrant gules, a garb or, between in 
chief two roses of the second barbed and seeded proper. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a cubit arm vested gules, cuffed argent, grasp- 
ing a staff in bend sinister proper, pendent therefrom 
a banner of the second charged with a cross couped 
of the first. Motto — " Fides servanda est." 

Eldest son of the late John Leigh, Esq., J. P. of Brook- 
lands, Cheshire : — 
Sir John Leigh, 1st Bart. (9 Feb. 1918), J. P. Lanes., 
M.P. Clapham since 1922, b, 1884 ; m. 1908, Norah 
Marjorie, C.B.E., d. of John New, of Melbourne ; and has 
issue: — John Leigh, Esq., b. 1909 ; Eric Leigh, Esq., b. 
1913 ; David Leigh, Esq., b. 1921 ; Marjorie. Seat — 
Witley Park, Godalming. Town res. — 6 Carlton House 
Terrace, S.W.i. Clubs— Bachelors', Carlton, R.A.C. 

LEIGH (U.O.). Argent, two bars azure, a bend corn- 
pony counter-compony gules and or. Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter hand 
lying, fessewise, couped at the wrist, holding a sword erect, 
impaling three gory human-heads all proper. Mottoes — 
" En Dios se vince " ; " Conlan-a-bu." 

Sons of Francis Robert Leigh, Esq., of Rosegarland, 
co. Wexford, J. P., 3rd Batt. Roy. Irish Regt., b. 1853 ; 
d. 1916 ; m. 1903, Elizabeth Scott, d. of late Bell ol" 
Blackball, Lanark: — 
Francis Edward Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1907. Seat — Rose- 
garland, Wellingtonbridge, co. Wexford. 
Robert Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1908. 
John Stuart Leigh, Gentleman,^. 191 1. 

LEIGH (H. Coll). Argent, on a chief embattled gules, 




three plates. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a 

wreath of the colours, a hind passant argent. 

Son of Edward Leonard Leigh, Gentleman, of North- 
court House, Chatteris, m. Sarah, d. of Henry Dove 
of Neverston Hall, Debenham, Suffolk: — 
Edward Leonard Holmes Leigh, Gentleman, h. ; 

m. , Mary Anne Warth of Chatteris ; and ha ; surv. 

issue— Christian Holmes Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1878; 

Caroline ; Frances Warth ; Catherine Elizabeth ; Mary 

Ollyffe ; and Jane. Res.— 

Son of Alexander Leigh of Bouldner, Isle of Wight, 
b. 1824 ; d. 1872 ; m. 1852, Martha, d. of Henry Haslop 
of Cambridge : — 



Alexander Haslop Leigh, Gentleman, b. 20 March 1854 ; 
m. 1st, 3 Aug. 1881, Blanche (d. 1882), d. of John 1'ollit ot 
Waterloo, Liverpool; 2nd, 20 Nov. 1888, Edith Maty, d. of 
Thomas Garneys Wales of Downham Market, Norfolk ; 
and has issue — (1) Henry Leigh, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N., 
b. 18 April 1882 ; (2) John Alexander Leigh, Gentleman, 
b. 5 Aug. 1893 ; and Marjorie Wales [m. Comdr. E.C. Boyle, 
V.C., R.N.] Clubs— Ht. Stephen's, Royal Thames Yacht. 

LEIGH (H. Coll.). Or, a lion rampant gules. Mant- 
ling gules and or. Crest -On a wieath of the colours, a 
cubit arm vested paly of five pieces or and sable, cuffed 
argent, the hand proper, grasping the upper and lower 
fragments of a broken tilting-spear, the point upwards azure. 
Motto— " Force avec vertu." Livery— Drab, led waistcoat. 

Sons of Egerton Leigh, Esq., J. P. and D.L., M.P. , 

formerly Capt. 2nd Drago&n Gds. and Maj. and Brev. 

Lt.-Col. 1st Cheshire Mil., b. 1815; d. 1876; m. 1842, 

Lydia Rachel, d. and coh. of John Smith Wright < t 

Bulcote L dge, Notts. :— 
Egerton Leigh, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Chester, High 
Sheriff 1882, late Capt. 1st Royal Dragoons, A.D.C., b. 
1843; m. 1st, 1874, Lady Elizabeth Mary Gore Hedges- 
White, eldest d. of Rt. Hon. William Henry, 3rd Earl ot 
Bantry ; and has had issue— Edward Egerton Leigh-White, 
Esq., J. P. and D.L. (to whom refer) ; and Margaret Eliza- 
beth Esrerton [m. 1899, Lt.-Col. Richard Oliver Marton, 
C.M.G., D.S.O., R.A.]; 2nd, 1889, Violet Cecil Mary, sec. 
d. of Col. Alfred Tippinge of Longparish House, Whit- 
church, Hants. ; and has issue -Cecil Egerton Leigh, Esq., 
Capt. late The Buffs, b. 1890 [m. 1915, Gladys, d. of the 
late H. D. Burnes, of Berkeley, Faversham, Kent; and 
has issue— Piers Egerton Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1918] ; and 
Cynthia Egerton. Seats— Jodrell Hall, Holmes Chapel ; 
Twemlow Hall, Holmes Chapel, Chester. Res.— 2oCadogan 
Place, S.W. Clubs— Arthur's, Cavalry. 

Son of Edward Egerton Leigh, Esq., J. P. co. 

Gloucester, late Lieut. 2nd Dragoon Gds., Alderman 

Gloucestershire County Council, b. 1851 ; d. 1913 ; m. 

1874, Laura Maud, ygst. d. of Sir Henry Edwards, 

Bart., of Pye Nest, Halifax:— 
Henry Egerton Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1877 ; in. T910, Norah 
Louisa, eldest d. of Evan T. Prichard of Donnington 
Manor, co. Gloucestershire ; and has issue— Arthur Richard 
Egerton Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; Roger John Egerton 
Leigh, Gentleman, b. 1925 ; and Joan Marjory Egerton. 
./?£.,-. — Broad well Manor House, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos. 

The Late ROGER LEIGH, Esq., Lord of the 
Manor of Orrell, in co. Lancaster, J. P. Kent and 
Lancashire, M.P. for Rochester 1880 to 1885. Born 
April 27, 1840, being the adopted son of the late 
Sir Robert Holt Leigh, Bart., of Hindley Hall. He 
s. to the estates in 1868, under the will of Sir R. Holt 
Leigh, Bart. , at the death of Thomas, Lord Kingstown (who 
had a life interest in them). Armorial bearings— Gules, 
a cross engrailed argent, between four lozenges ermine, 
for distinction a :anton or. Mantling gules and argent ; 
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion 
gules, holding between the paws a lozenge argent, charged 
with a rose gules, and chargi-d on t'ne shoulder tor distinction 
with a cross patee or. Married, 1st, May 29, 1861, Elizabeth 
Jane (who died Julv 30, 1884), eldest daughter of Thomas 
Eden Blackwell, 91st Royal Argyllshire Highlanders, and 
granddau. of Gen. Blackwell, C.B. ; and by her had Issue— 
Margaret Caroline [in. 1896, Henry John Ellis]; Amabel 
Frances Louisa, deceased ; Mary Etheldreda ; and Emma 
Lindsay. He married secondly, 1885, Agatha Elizabeth, 
only dau. of the late Alfred Shaw, and died 1924. Seat 
—Hindley Hall, Wigan. 

LEIGH (H. Coll., 6 March 1811). Gules, a cross en- 
grailed argent, in the first quarter a lion rampant or, and 
fn the second a lozenge of the second. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lozenge 
gules, charged with a unicorn's head couped argent, armed 
and crined or. 

Son of William Leigh. Esq., J. P. co. Gloucester, b. 

1829 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1859, Mary Victoria, d. of Thomas 

Jarrett of Madras, Barrister-at-Law: — 

Henry Vincent Leigh, Gentleman, formerly Lord of the 

Manors of Nympsfield, Kingstanley, Woodchester, and 

Frocester, Lay Rector of Frocester, b. 1867. Res.— 

5 Grey F. iars, Chester. 



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LEIGH-BENNETT of Thorpe Place (Roy. Lie, 1913, 
H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, three demi-lions 
rampant argent, on a chief of the last, three hurts (Bennett) ; 
2 and 3, or, on a chevron sable, three lions rampant argent 
(Leigh). Mantling azure and argent. Crests— 1. out of 
an antique crown or, a lion's head argent, charged with a 
hurt (Bennett) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, on a mount 
vert, a lion couchant argent (Leigh). Motto — " Dux vitae 
ratio." 

Son of Henry Currie Leigh-Bennett, Esq., of Thorpe 

Place, Surrey, J. P., D.L., M.P., b. 1852; d. 1903; 

m. 1878, Florence Nightingale, d. of Thomas Miller 

Mackay : — 
Henry Wo'.ley Leigh- Bennett, Gentleman, B.A. Oxon., 
Barr.-at-Law, served Great War 1916-19 as Lieut. Cold- 
stream Gds., b. 1880; m. igo7, Elma Rose, ygst. d. of 
Conidr. George Edward Price, late R.N. ; and has had 
issue — Arthur John Leigh-Bennett, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; 
d. 1923; Barbara; Diana Mary; Julia; and Elizabeth 
Anne. Seats — Thorpe Place, Chertsey ; Donnington Grove, 
Newbury. Clubs — Carlton, Guards'. 

LEIGH-CLARE (Armsof Clare, H.Coll. , Dec. 30, 1846). 
Argent, a chevronel gules, between two chevronels azure, 
on a chief dancettee of the last, a goat's head erased between 
two crosses patonce or. Mantling azure and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a millrind fessewise or, 
thereon a cock with wings expanded gules. Motto 
" Vigilante." 

Sons of Octavius Leigh Leigh-Clare, B.A. , Barrister-at- 

Law, M.P. , Vice-Chancellor of County Palatine of 

Lancaster, b. 1841 ; m. 1st, 1868, Harriet (d. 1885), 

d. of William Huson of Liverpool ; 2nd, 1889, Jane 

Maria, dau. of James Wigan of Mortlake, Surrey : — 

Gerald Leigh Leigh-Clare, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; m. 19 13. 

Dorothy, only d. of Frederick Homes, cf Winchester. 

Res. — Wayside, Beacon Way, Banstead, Surrey. 

Harry James Leigh Leigh-Clare, Gentleman, b. 1891. 
Res. — Ceylon. 

Cedric Octavius Leigh Leigh-Clare, Gentleman, b. 1896. 
Res. — 60 Lansdowne Road, W.u. 

LEIGH-MALLORY of Mobberley (R.L., Oct. 6, 1914- 
H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a lion rampant, 
double queued gules collared argent, a canton azure, 
charged for distinction with a cross patee of the field 
(for Mallory) ; 2 and 3 (for Leigh). Mantling gules 
and or. Crests — On a wreath of the colours, a horse's 
head couped gules, charged for distinction with a cross 
patee as in the arms (for Mallory) ; and the Crest of 
Leigh. Motto — " Force avec vertu." 

Son of Rev. George Mallory, Rector of Mobberley, 
b. 1806 ; m. 1836, as his second wife, Henrietta 
(d. 1892), d. of Trafford Trafford, Esq., of Oughtring- 
ton Hall, Cheshire, and d. 1885 : — 
Rev. Herbert Leigh Leigh-Mallory (formerly Mallory), 
Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Rector 
of Dodleston, Cheshire, b. 1856; m. 1882, Annie 
Beridge, d. of Rev. J. B. Jebb, of Walton Lodge, co. 
Derby ; and has issue — ( 1 ) George Herbert Leigh 
Leigh-Mallory, Lieut, (ret.) R.G.A., b. 1886 [m. 1914, 
Ruth Christina, d. of H. T. Turner, Esq., of Westbrook, 
Godalming ; and has surv. issue — John Leigh-Mallory, 
b. 1920 ; Frances Clare ; and Beridge] ; (2) Trafford 
Leigh Leigh Mallory, b. 1892 [m. , Doris, d. of 

Edward Sawyer, and has issue — Thomas Leigh-Mallory, 
Gentleman, b. 1916; and Jacqueline] ; Mary Henrietta 
[m. 1914, Francis Ralph Russel Brooke, Major R.G.A., 
and has issue]; Annie Victoria [m. 1910, Harry Longridge. 
son of Charles Longridge, Esq., J. P., of Kilrie, Knuts- 
ford, and has issue]. Seat — Hobcroft House, Mobberley, 
Cheshire. Res. — Dodleston Rectory, Chester. 

LEIGH-WHITE (R.L., 26 July 1897, U.O.). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, gules, an annulet or, within a bordure sable, charged 
with estoiles of the second, on a canton ermine, a lion 
rampant of the third (White) ; 2 and 3, or, a lion rampant 
gules (Leigh). Mantling gules and or. Crests— 1. on a 
wreath of the colours, a stork argent, beaked and membered 
or (White); 2. on a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm 
vested paly of five or and sable, cuffed argent, the hand 
proper, grasping the upper and lower fragments of a broken 
tilting-spear, the point downwards proper. Mottoes — 
(Over second crest), "Force avec vertu"; (under arms), 
" The noblest motive is the public good." Livery — Claret 
and drab. 



Son of Egerton Leigh of High Leigh, Cheshire {q.v. ), 

b. 1843; m. 1st, 1874, Lady Elizabeth Marv Gore 

White (d. 1880,) d. of William Henry, 3rd Earl of 

Bantry : — 

The late Edward Egerton Leigh-White, Esq., J. P. and 

D.L. co. Cork (High Sheriff 1903), B.A. (Oxon.), b. 1876; 

d. 1920 ; m. 1904, Arethusa Flora Gartside, d. of Peter 

Duff Hawker ; and left issue — Clodagh Elizabeth. Maude , 

and Rachel Veronica Rose. Seat — Bantry House, Bantry, 

co. Cork. 

LEIGH- WOOD (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a 
cross gules, in the first and fourth quarters a lion's face and 
in the second and third an acorn leaved and slipped azure 
(Wood) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a chevron argent between three 
lozenges or, each charged with a fleur-de-lys azure, three 
roses of the field (for Leigh), and is entitled to bear on an 




escutcheon of pretence, argent, guttee-de-poix, thiee bulls' 
heads erased sable, each transfixed with a sword in pale 
points upwards proper, pommels and hilts,or (for Turnbull). 
Mantling gules and or. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-winged lion salient or, holding in the fore- 
paws a club sable (for Wood) ; 2. issuant from a coronet 
composed of five roses set upon a rim or, a bull's head 
gules (for Leigh). Badge — A club sable, enfiled by a 
coronet composed of five roses set upon a rim or. Motto — 
" Have courage." 

Son of lames William Wood, of Plymouth, b. 1839 ; 
d. 1916 ; m. 1864, Ellen, d. of James Barton, Gentle- 
man of Taunton : — 
Sir James William Leigh- Wood, K. B. E. (mil.) (1919), 
C.B. (mil.) 1918, CM G. 1902, Lt.-Col. in H.M. Army 
(ret.), Kt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem 1919, Commander of the Order of Leopold II. 
1916, b. 1870; m. 1900, Joanna Elizabeth, d. of Walter 
Turnbull, Gentleman, ot Wellington, New Zealand, and 
has issue — Roger Leigh-Wood, Esq., b. rgo6 ; and Mary 
[m. 1927, William Heathcote Tatham, Esq., Captain R. E. 
(ret.)]. Res. — 24 Great Cumberland Place, W. Clubs — 
Brooks's, Oriental, City of London. 

LEIGHTON of Wattlesborough (Vn. Shropshire, 1623) 
Quarterly, 1. quarterly, per fesse indented or and gules 
(Leighton) ; 2. argent, three boars' heads couped close sable 
(Cambrey) ; 3. azure, a lion rampant queue-fourchee or 
(Stapleton) ; 4. argent, a wyvern sable (Drake) ; 5. or, three 
bendlets gules; 6. azure, three escallops or (Mallett) ; 7. 
azure, a chevron ermine between three fleurs-de-lys of the 
same (Burgh) ; 8. or, a lion rampant gules within a bordure 
engrailed sable (William, Lord of Mawddwy, fourth son of 
Griffith ap Wenunwin, Prince of Powis); 9. gules, a lion 
rampant within a bordure indented or (Theodor) ; 10. or, a 



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raven sable (Corbet); 11. gules, a bend between six pears 
erect or, stalked and leaved vert (Clopton) ; 12. quarterly, 
per fesse indented gules and or, in the first quarter a lion 
passant guardant argent (Besyn). Mantling gules and or. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a wyvern with wings 
expanded sable. Motto — " Dread shame." 

Son cf Sir Bryan Baldwyn Mawddwy Leighton, 9th 

Bart., of Wattlesborough, Major Westmorland and 

Cumberland Imp. Yeo. , b. 1868; d 1919; m. 1890, 

Margaret Frances (Loton Park, Shrewsbury), d. of 

Major John Fletcher Fletcher of Salton Hall, co. 

Haddington : — 

Sir Richard Tihel Leighton, 10th Bart, of Wattlesborough 

(10 March 1693), J. P. Salop, Major Shropshire Yeo., late 

Lieut. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. , b. 1893. Seat 

Loton Park, nr. Shrewsbury. Clubs Bath, Bucks. 

Son of Sir Baldwin Leighton, 8th Bart., D.L., M.P., 
M.A., b, 1836; d. 1897; m. 1864, Hon. Eleanor 
Leicester- Warren (d. 1914), d. of 2nd Lord de Tabley : — 
Cuthbert Leicester- Warren, Esq. (q.v. ). 

Son of Stanley Leighton, Esq., of Sweeney Hall, co. 
Salop, M.A., J.P., D.L., M.P., b. 1837; d. 1901 ; m. 
1873, Jessie Marie, d. and coh. of H. B. Williams- Wynn 
of Nant-y-Meiched, co. Montgomery : — 
Bertie Edward Parker Leighton , Esq. , Major late 1st Dra- 
goons, served S. Africa and Great War, b. 1875. Seat — 
Sweeney Hall, Oswestry, co. Salop. 

Yr. son of Rev. Francis Leighton, Rector of Cardiston, 

co. Salop, b. 1801 ; d. 1870; m. 1829, Catherine, d. of 

Samut 1 Amy Severne : — 

Capt. Edward William Forester Leighton, formerly 9th 

Regt., b. 1839 ; m. 1886, Beatrice Jane, d. of John Eyre of 

Eyrecourt Castle, co. Galway ; and has issue— Charlton 

Dudley Forester Leighton, Esq., Capt. late The Cameronians 

b. 1887 [m. 1921, Doris Hastings, only d. of W. Hastings 

Barber of 22 Alexandra Court, Queen's Gate. S.W.] ; and 

Olga Beatrice [m. 1920, Frank Jay Mackey]. Res. — 40 

Brompti n Square, S.W. Club — Naval and Military. 

LEIGHTON (H. Coll., 18 Nov. 1837). Argent, a lion 
rampant gules, supporting between the paws a sword erect 
proper, pommel and hilt or, a chief embattled azure, 
thereon a plate (representing the Seringapatam medal) 
between two leopards' faces gold. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — Out of a mural crown argent, a tiger's 
head vert, striped and crowned with an Eastern crown or. 
Motto—" Light on." 

Sons of David Clarance Russel Leighton, Esq., H.M's. 
Indian Civil Service, b. 1826; d. 1911 ; m. 1849, J ane ? 
d. of Capt. Andrew Creagh of Limerick : — 
David Edmund William Leighton, Esq., b. 1851 ; vi. 

. Res.— 
Clarance Frank Leighton, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1893, 
Jessie, d. of late John Frank Mieville of Duncroft, Staines ; 
and has issue — David Leighton, Gentleman, b. 1900; 
Jessica Maude May [m. , Richard C. Marchant] ; 

and Jeannie Claudine [m. Vincent Reynolds Woodland]. 
Res. — 8 Nevern Square, S.W. 5. 

LEIR, see WILKINS-LEIR. 

LEIR of Ditcheat (H. Coll., 18 Jan. 1913). Azure, a fesse 
flory counterflory between three unicorns' heads erased or. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-unicorn, supporting between the legs a 
sceptre erect, all gold. Motto — " Le Lierrelie longs liens." 
Son of Rev. William Marriott Leir, M.A. , of Ditcheat, 
b. 1805 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1840, Mary Ann, onlyd. of Edward 
Langford : — 
Major-Gen. Richard Langford Leir-Carltton [q.v. ). 
Sons of Rev. Charles Edward Leir, M.A., Rector of 
Ditcheat, b. 1842; d. 1924; m. 1871, Frances Mary, 
eld. d. of Rev. Thomas Fox, Rector of Templecombe, 
Somerset — 
Hugh Musgrave Leir, Gentleman, b. 1881. 
Ernest William Leir, Esq., D.S.O., Capt. R.N., Comdr. 
Portsmouth destroyer Res. Flotilla since 1926, b. 1883 ; 
m. 1905, Muriel, d. of Rev. E. Amyatt-Burney. Res. — 33 
Auckland Road West, Southsea. 

Son of Col. William Leir, 4th Batt. Somerset Lt. Inf., 
J. P. cos. Somerset and Devon, b. 1845; d. 1918 ; m. 
1874, Anna Maria, d. of Robert Brown of Giffville, 
Stafford :— 
William Hubert Leir, Esq., Capt. East Kent Regt., b. 
1885. Res.— 7 Catherine Place, Bath. 

Sons of Rev. Lewis Randolph Marrictt Leir, M.A. 



Oxon, Rector of Charlton Musgrove, b. i860; d. 1914 ; 
m. 1890, Rosamond Frederica, d. of Major H. C. 
Marriott of Avonbank, Pershore: — 
Randolph Marriott Leir, Gentleman, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 
1894. Res. — 

Richard Thomas Marriott Leir, Gentleman, b. i8c y 6 
Res.— 

Robert Beckett Marriott Leir, Gentleman, b. 1903. 
Res. — Charlton, Goodrich, Herefordshire. 

Major-General RICHARD LANGFORD LEIR- 
CARLETON, J. P. cos. of Somerset and Hants., Lord 
of the Manor of Alhampton ; assumed the additiona 
surname of Carleton by Royal Licence 1899. Born 
Aug. 2i, 1841, being the eldest son of the late Rev. 
William Marriott Leir, M.A. , Clerk in Holy Orders, of 
Ditcheat Priory, Somerset, by his wife Mary Ann, only d. 
of Edward Langford of Trungle Manor, Cornwall. Ar- 
morial bearings (of Leir) — Azure, a fesse flory counter- 
flory between three unicorns' heads erased or, and 
upon an escutcheon of pretence for and in right of his 
wife (Baroness Dorchester) the arms of Carleton, viz. er- 
mine, on a bend sable, three pheons argent, the escut- 
cheon being surmounted by the coronet of her rank. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest (of Leir) — On a wreath 
of the colours, a demi-unicorn, supporting be. ween the 
legs a sceptre erect, all gold. Upon the sinister side of 
his achievement is displayed that of the Raroness Dorchester, 
viz. on a lozenge, surmounted by the coronet of her rank, 
the above-mentioned arms of Carleton ; and for Sup- 
porters, on either side a beaver proper, the dexter gorged 
with a mural and the sinister with a naval coronet, both or. 
Married, Nov. 10, 1887, the Rt. Hon. Hemietta Anne 
(who died 1925), 1st Baroness Dorchester of Dorchester, co. 
Oxford (creation, Aug. 2, 1899), who assumed for herself 
and her issue the surname and arms of Carleton only. She 
was the elder dau. and coh. of the Rt. Hon. Guy Carleton, 
3rd Baron Dorchester (creation, Aug. 21, 1776), cousin of 
the 4th Baron Dorchester, who d. Nov. 13, 1897, and 
widow (by whom she had issue) of the late Francis Paynton 
Pigott (properly Pigott-Stainsby-Conant) of Banbury, co. 
Oxford. Seat — Ditcheat Priory, co. Somerset. 

LEITH, see FORBES-LEI IH. 

LEITH of Newcastle-on-Tyne (H. Coll.). Azure, a 

fesse between, in chief a cross crosslet fitchee between 

two crescents, and in base three lozenges all or. Mantling 

azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 

issuant from clouds proper, a crescent or, in front of a 

cross crosslet fitchee sable. Motto — " Veritas ad finem." 

Son of Walter Leith, of Manor House, Ashby-de- 

la-Zouch, b. 1825 ; d. 1880 ; m. 1857, Alice, d. of 

William Jortin of Woolley Lodge, Berks. : — 

Sir Alexander Leith, 1st Bart. (1919), M.C., Capt. (ret.) 
Northumberland Hussars Yeo., J. P., D.L., and (1923) 
High Sheriff Northumberland, b. 1869; m. 1895, Mary- 
Caroline, d. of James McGwire of Boston, U.S.A. 
Seat — Grey Court, Riding Mill, Northumberland. 
Res. — Springfieid House. Gosforth, Northumberland. 
Clubs— White's, Arthur's, Carlton. 

LEITH-BUCHANAN (matric. L.O., 22 June 1904, 
regd. H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a c.oss cross. et 
fitchee sable between three crescents in chief and as many 
fusils in base gules (Leith, c. 1672-7) ; 2. or, a lion rampant 
sable, holding in its dexter paw a man's heart proper, within 
a double tressure flory counterflory of the second, a bordure 
compony argent and azure (Buchanan); 3. quarterly, i. 
argent, a lion rampant gules, armed or ; ii. or, a dexter 
hand couped in fesse holding a cross crosslet fitchee in pale 
gules ; iii. or, a lymphad, oars in saltire sable, and in base 
undy vert, a salmon naiant argent ; iiii. argent, an oak-tree 
vert, surmounted by an eagle displayed or, the third grand 
quarter within a border invected gules (Macdonald). Mant- 
lings— Dexter, gules, doubled or ; sinister, sable, doubled 
or. Crests — Dexter, on a wreath of the liveries, a cross 
crosslet fitchee sable (Motto — "Trusty to the end"); 
sinister, on a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand holding 
a sword (Motto — " God with my right "). 

Eld. son of Sir Alexander Wellesley George Thomas 

Leith-Buchanan, 5th Bart., J. P. and D.L. Dum- 

bartonsh., b. 1866; d. 1925; m. 1888, Maude Mary, 

d. of Alexander Grant of Glasgow : — 

Sir George Hector Macdonald Leith-Buchanan, 6th Bart. 

(21 Nov. 1775), b. 1889. Seat — Ross Priory, Balloch, co. 

Dumbarton. Club — New (Edinburgh). 



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LEITRIM, Earl cf, see CLEMENTS. 

JOHN LEITH-ROSS, Esq., J. P. Aberdeenshire, formerly 
Col. commanding the King's Own Scottish Borderers, Col. 
commanding 20th Regimental District 1896-1902. Born 
April 16, 1845, being the eldest son of the late John Leith- 
Ross, Esq., of Arnage, J. P., by his wife Nicola, dan. of the 
late William Arbuthnot of Dens. Armorial bearings — 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, three water-bougets sa 1 le, a bordure 
of the second ; 2 and 3, quarterly, i. and iiii. or, a cross cross- 
let fitch^e sable, between three crescents in chief and as many 
fusils in base barwise gules, all within a bordure azure (for 
Leithof Freefield); ii. andiii. azure, a stag trippant or, attired 
and unguled gules (for Strachan of Glenkindie). Upon the 
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a 
Mantling gules, doul led argent ; and for his Crest, on 
a cap of maintenance, a water-bouget sable. Mottoes 
(above the crest) — "Agnoscar eventu ; " (below the shield) 
" Virtue have virtue." A fa rried, Oct. 1878, Janet Forbes, 
dau. of the late William Lamond of Stranduff ; and has had 
Issue — (1) John Leith-Ross, Gentleman, b. 1879 (<£ 1880) ; 
(2) William Leith-Ross, Esq., M.C., Major 5th Batt 13th 
Frontier Force Rifles, I. A., b. Nov. 14, 1884 \m. 1914, 
Elizabeth, d. of the late George Martin Stewart of Cupar, 
Fife, and has issue — 2 daus. {Address— c/o Messrs Grindlay 
& Co. London)] ; and Elena Violet \m. 1910, Stuart Graham 
Smith, Esq., M.D., and has issue]. Seat— Arnage Castle, 
Ellon, N.B. 

LE MESURIER (H. Coll., confirmed and exemplified 
1780). Argent, on a chevron between three dexter hands 
couped at tli3 wrist gules, as many bezants. Mantling 




gules and argent. Crest-On a wreath of the colours a 
falcon rising proper, wings or. Motto— "Je suis loyal "' 
Eld. son 01 Rev. John Cortlandt William Le Mesurier 
^.1869; d. 1923; m. 1895, Marie Eugenie, d. of 
Lieut. -Gen. Sir F. Middleton, K.C.M.G C B •— 
IJohn Frederick Ronald Le Mesurier, Esq ' M C " Cant 
(ret.) Lanes. Fus J 1896 ; m. 1922, Esrne Kathleen,* 

Trf w °^K he latC Ch T ? rleS Pe " c y Dean > of Yarmouth 
l.O. W, and has issue -Peter John Middleton Le Mesurier 
Gentleman b 1928. Res.-Les Mouriaux, Alderney. C I 
Club— J nn. Naval and Military. " 

Sons of Col. Cecil Brooke Le Mesurier, C B. Order of 
the Savtour (Greece), b. 1831 ; d. 1911 ; ' m . l8s4 , 
Contessa Nicohna Zangarsh: — 
Cecil John Reginald Le Mesurier, Gentleman b 

R".ain a lH J p T 1 f't^w Le N ° jr ' and h * S ^~ 

Reginald Frederick Le Mesurier, Gentleman, *. • and 

Beatrice [m. John Manson, and has issue] Res — 

Harry BrcokeLe Mesurier, Gentleman, b. 1862'; m i88q 
? ma ' n ° r », Simmons, and has issue-George 
James Brooke Le Mesurier, Gentleman, b. 1886 \m 188, 
has issue]; Basil Guy Le Mesurier, Gentleman.*. i88g 3 
\m. and has ,ssue] ; Beryl E. E. N. C. [m. and has issue] ; 



Phyllis [w. Baird, and has issue] ; Psyche Hope 

\m. Reavelly, and has issue] ; and Doris. Res. — 

Sons of Thomas Maunsel Le Mesurier, Gentleman, 

b. 1837 ; d. ; m. 1864, Mary Sheppard : — 

Walter Frederick Le Mesurier, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; 

'"• . Res.— 

Ernest Cecil Le Mesurier, Gentleman, b. 1870 ; m. 1894, 
Arabella Swain, and has issue. Res.— California, Catterick 
Camp, nr. Richmond, Yorkshire. 

Rev. Thomas Gerald Le Mesurier, b. 1874 ; m. ,and 

has issue. Res.— St. Saviour's, Claremont, Cape of Good 
Hope. 

Son of Col. Andrew Alfred Le Mesurier, C. B. , King's 
Liverpool Regt., b. 1837; d. 1894; m. , Kate 

Vyse : — 
George Griffin Le Mesurier, Gentleman, b. ; m. 189^, 

and has issue. Res. — 

Frederick HenryStewart Le Mesurier, Gentleman. Res.- 
Son of Col. Frederick Augustus Le Mesurier, C.B., 
R.E. , b. ; d. ; m. , Louisa Brown: — 

Rev. Sydney Le Mesurier, b. ; m. and has issue. 

Res. — Cooden, Bexhill-on-Sea. 

LE MEE-POWER (R.L., 9 May 1919 ; H. Coll.). Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, ermine, on a bend sable, between two 
bezants, a cross potent or (for Power) ; 2 and 3, argent, 
six mascles, three, two and one gules, on a chief dancettee 
of the second, three cross crosslets fitchee of the field. 




Mantlings sable and argent (Power); gules and argent 
(Mee). Crests — On a wreath of the colours, a stag lodged 
gules, between the attires gold, a cross potent as in the 
arms (for Power) ; and on a wreath of the colours, upon 
a mount vert, between two oak branches, a stag's head 




couped proper, charged on the neck with a mascle as in 
the arms (for Mee). Badges — 1. a hunting-horn or, issuant 
from a mascle gules (for^Mee) ; 2. upon a mount vert, an 



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ermine proper, all within a circlet composed of bezants 
and crosses potent conjoined or (for Power). Mottoes — 
" A poher " ; " Derige me Domine." Livery — Black, with 
gold buttons, 

2nd son of John Cowper M£e, of East Retford, and of 
Wheatley Field, Notts., b. 1820 ; d. 1873 ; m. 1856, 
Marion, d. of Henry Power, of Chapel House, Ather- 
stone, co. Warwick : — 
Charles John Cowper Le M6e-Power, Esq., F.L.S., 
F.R.A.S., J. P. co. Warwick, b. 1861 ; assumed by Deed 
Poll 15 August 1926, the surname of Le M^e-Power ; m. 
1909, Margaret Brit;it, d. of Thomas Comm erf ord Dawson, 
Sheriff for life of Lincoln, co. Ontario, Canada ; and has 
had issue — (1) Colin Adrian Cowper Le M^e- Power, Gen- 
tleman, b. 1910 ; (2) John Cowper Le M^e-Power, 
Gentleman; (3) Dominic Charles Cowper Le Mee- Power, 
Gentleman (twin), b. 1912 ; d. 1927; (4) Thomas Hugh 
Cowper Le Mee- Power, Gentleman, b. 1914. Res. — Villa 
Poggio Ponente, Bordighera, Italy. Clubs — Badminton, 
Colombo, and Kandy (Ceylon). 

LE MARCHANT(H. Coll., 27 May 1689). Azure, a 
chevron or, between three owls argent, legged of the second. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet , 
an owl's leg erect or. Motto — " Me minerva lucet." 

Sons of Sir Henry Denis Le Marchant , 2nd Bart. , J. P. , 
M.A. (Oxoti.), Bar.-at-Law, b. 1839 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1869, 
Hon. Sophia Strutt, d. of Edward, Lord Belper : — 

Sir Edward Thomas Le Marchant, 4th Bart. (14 Oct. 
1841), C.B.E. (Mil.), Col. and Hon. Brig. -Gen. in the Army, 
late Capt. Royal Fus., J. P., D.L.Notts., b. 1871; m. 1899, 
Evelyn Brooks, eld. d. and coh. of the late Robert Milling- 
ton Knowles of Colston Basbett Hall, co. Nottingham ; 
and has issue— Denis Le Marchant, Esq., and Alfred Le 
Marchant, Esq., twins, b, 1906; Ruth Alice \m. 1924, Capt. 
John Bury, 17th Lancers] ; Joan Margaret [m. 1921, Capt. 
Noel Brand Brooks, M.C., Cheshire Yeo. ]; Geva ; and 
Barbara. Seat — Colston Bassett Hall, Nottingham. Club 
Naval and Military. 

William Gaspard Le Marchant, Esq., B.A. (Oxford), b. 
1873 ; m. 1903, Ada Constance, d. of Albert Mott of 
Scotswood, Sunningdale. Res. — 27 
S.W.3. 

Herbert Carey Le Marchant, Esq. 

1875- 

Son of Sir Denis Le Marchant, 1st Bart., b. 1795; d. 

1874; m. 1835, Sarah Eliza, d. of Charles Smith of 

Suttons, Essex : — 
Francis Charles Le Marchant, Esq., late Member of the 
Council of India, educated at Eton and Baliol Coll., 
Oxford, B.A., b. 1843. Res.— 2 West Eaton Place, S.W. 
Clubs — Brooks's, United University. 

LE MOTTEE of Guernsey (H. Coll.). Argent, a boar 
passant sable, on a chief of the last three sea mews argent. 
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a saltire or, a boar's head couped at 
the neck sable. Motto — " Tout droit." 

Sons of John Edward Le Mottee, Esq., Col. (ret. 

Royal Guernsey Mil., A.D.C. to H.M. The King, 

b. 1843; d. 1919; m. 1873: — 
Ge.ald Collings Le Mottee, Gentleman, Banker, b. 1876. 
Res — Brazil. 

GEORGE COSBY LENDRUM, Esq., J. P., D.L., 
co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff 1875, J. P. co. Tyrone, 
High Sheriff 1882. Born April 22, 1846, being the eldest 
son of James Lendrum, Esq,, of Magheracross, J. P. and 
D. L. for cos. Fermanagh and Tyrone, High Sheriff co. 
Fermanagh 1835, and co. Tyrone 1837, B.A. Trin. Coll. 
(Cantab.) 1830, by his wife Anne, eldest dau. of Samuel 
Vesey of Derrabard. Armorial bearings— Gules, three 
garbs or, on a chief argent, as many woolpacks sable. 
Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath 
of the colours, on a mount vert, a dove holding an olive 
branch in its beak all proper. Motto — " La paix. " Mar- 
ried, Dec. 10, 1878, Antoinette Frances, eldest dau. of 
Antoine Sloet Butler, Esq. , C. B. , late Capt. 7th Dragoon 
Guards ; and has Issue — (1) James Butler Lendrum, Gentle- 
man, b. Sept. 14, 1880 ; (2) George Dalur Lendrum, Gentle- 
man, b. Aug. 5, 1882; (3) Marcus Beresford Lendrum, 
Gentleman, b. Oct. n, 1883 ; (4) Alan Cane Lendrum, 
Gentleman, b. July ri, 1885 ; and Anne [m. 1905, Alexander 
George Dalgety]. Seat — Magheracross (the ancient name 
restored), Ballinamallard, co. Fermanagh. Res. — Corkhill, 
Kilskeery, co. Tyrone. 



LENG of Sheffield (H. Coll.). Vert, a dove, wings 
elevited and endorsed argent, holding in the beak a cross 
pat^e fitchee or, in chief three mullets cf the last. 



Ovingtcn Square, 
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Mantling vert and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
cjlours, upon two mullets conjoined in fesse or, a dcve as 
in the arms. 

Sons Sir William Christopher Leng of Oaklands, 

Broomhall Park, Sheffield, b. 1825; d. 1902; m. 

i860:— 

Christopher David Leng, Esq., b. 1861 ; m. 1886, Mary 

Elizabeth Wood ; and has issue — Douglas Christopher 

Leng, Esq., b. 1889; and Mary. Res. — High Street, 

Sheffield. 

William St. Quentin Leng, Esq., M.A., LL.B., b. 1864; 
m. 1892, Marian Hine, d. of George Hadfield of Mora- 
ston, Ross ; and has issue — (1) Ruth Albiston Leng, Gentle- 
man, b. 1893; (2) William Basil St. Quentin Leng, Gentle- 
man, b. 1898 (Res. — The White House, Virginia Water) ; 
(3) Kyrle Perceval Leng, Gentleman, b. 1900 (Res. — The 
Mill House, Stanford Dingley, Bradfield, Berks.); (4) 
Robert St. Quentin Leng, Gentleman, b. 1903. Res. — 

LENNARD, see BARRETT-LENNARD. 

LENNARD(R.L.,26Nov. 1861, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 
1. quarterly, i. and iiii., or, on a fesse gules, three fleurs-de- 
lvs of the field, a bordure engrailed ermines (Lennard) ; ii. 
and iii., ermine, on a pile engrailed gules between two fish 
hauriant azure in base, a lion passant argent (Cator) ; 2. 
the same arms of Cator ; 3. azure, on a chevron or between 
three storks argent, as many roses gules, barbed vert (Far- 
naby) ; 4. argent, three bars gemelles gules, on a bend or, 
a lion passant of the second (Lloyd). Mantling gules 
and or. Crests— 1. out of a ducal coronet or, an heraldic 
tyger's head argent, debruised by a bendlet wavy sinister 
sable (Lennard) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a lion's 
head erased erminois, thereon two bars engrailed gules 
(Cator). Mottoes— " Pour biend^sirer" (Lennard); "Nihil 
sine labore" (Cator). 

Son of Sir Henry Arthur Hallam Farnaby Lennard, 

2nd Bart., J. P., D.L.,and C.C. Kent, Hon. Col. Kent 

R.G.A. , late temp. Lt.-Col. comdg. batt. Cheshire 

Regt., b. 1859 ; d. 1928 / m. 1894, Beatrice Charlotte 

Emily, d. of Albemarle Cator of Woodbastwick : — 

Sir Stephen Arthur Hallam Farnaby Lennard, 3rd Bart. 

(6 May 1880), Lieut. Res. of Officers Scots Gds., b. 1899; 

m. 1928, Mary Isabel, d. of Lawrence B. Latimer, of 

Vancouver. Seat — Wickham Court, Kent. Res. — 

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LENNOX (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, France and 
England quarterly; 2. Scotland; 3. Ireland, being the 
arms of His Majesty King Charles II., all within a bordure 
compony argent and gules, charged with eight roses of the 
last, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, on a chapeau 
gules, turned up ermine, a lion guardant or, ducally 
crowned gules and gorged with a collar compony of four 
pieces argent and gules, charged with two roses of the 
last. Motto — " En la rose je fleurie." 

Only surv. son of Major-Gen. Augustus Frederick 
Francis Lennox, b. 1824; d. 1883; m. 2nd, 1872, 
Augusta Emily, d. of Montagu Wilmot : — 
Henry de Grey Lennox, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; m. 1922, 
Evelyn, d. of Sir Arthur Vivian of Bosalian, Cornwall, and 
widow of Col. A. B. Stewart, Seaforth Highlanders. Res. — 
11 Sumner Place, S.W.7. 

Sons of Gen. Sir Wilbraham Oates Lennox, K.C.B., 
V.C., b. 1830: d. 1897; m. 1st, 1861, Mary Harriett 
(d. 1863), d. of Robert Harrison of Plas Clough, Den- 
bighshire ; 2nd, 1867, Susan Hay [d. 1912, having 
adopted the additional name of Sinclair on succeeding 
her sister to the estates of her father (Stevenson, 
Haddingtonshire ; Murkle, Reay ; and Achvarasdal 
Lodge, co. Caithness)], d. of Adm. Sir John Gordon 
Sinclair, 8th Bt. : — 
Gerald Wilbraham Stuart Lennox, Esq., late Lieut. 
Black Watch Royal Highlanders, b. 1862 ; m. 1907, Agnes 
Gordon, only child of Lt.-Col. Francis John Tidy. Rts — 
Claud Henry Maitland Lennox-Sinclair, Esq., late Lieut. 
Northumberland Fusiliers, b. 1873, assumed by Deed Poll 
1923. the additional surname of Sinclair. Res. — Ferncliffe, 
Summerdale, Chichester. 

JOSEPH HUSSEY NUGENT LENTAIGNE, Esq., 
J. P. co. Dublin, Barrister-at-Law, Clerk of the Crown and 
Hanaper, and Permanent Secretary to Lord Chancellor of 
Ireland. Born 1847, being the eldest son of the late Right 
Honourable Sir John Lentaigne, P.C. , C.B. , D. L. Ar- 




morial bearings — Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, on a chevron 
azure, between three martlets sable, a fleur-de-lis of 
the field, a chief of the second charged with three 
mullets argent (for Lentaigne); 2. argent, two lions 



rampant combatant supporting a sinister hand couped 
at the wrist gules, in chief three estoiles of the last, in base 
in waves of the sea a salmon naiant all proper (tor O'Neill); 
3. sable, a bend and in chief a tower argent (for Plunkett). 
Crest — A dove with wings addorsed proper, holding in its 
bill a fleur-de-lis or, and charged on the breast with a 
mullet azure; on an escroll above it, " Pro fide rege et 
patria pugno." Motto — "Dieuayde." Seat — 
Club — Stephen's Green (Dublin). 

LENTHALL (H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend cottised 
sable, three mullets or, pierced gules. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest — A greyhound salient sable, collared 
or. Motto — " Azincourt." Livery — Black and silver. 

Surv. issue of Walter Ellison Lenthall, Esq., J. P., 

of Bessels Leigh Manor, Berks., b. 1838 ; d. 1908 ; 

m. 1859, Mary, d. of Michael Ross Donnelly, of 

Sydney, N.S.W. :— 
Rowland Edmund Lenthall, Gentleman, b. i860; 
m. 1st, Edith Brownlow (d. 1892) ; 2nd, Emily Booth, 
of Boothstown ; and has surv. issue — (by 1st marriage) 
Ellison Richard Lenthall, Gentleman, b. ; and 

Betty [m. 191 1, John Wise Langley, of Knockanure, 
W. Tipperary, and has issue] ; (by 2nd marriage) 2 sons 
and 3 daus. Res. — New South Wales. 

Edith Arundel, m. 1915, Henry Benson Wyndham 
Lenthall (formerly Ball), Esq., O.B.E. {g-v.). 

LENTHALL (R.L., H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend 
cottised sab'e, three mullets or, pierced gules, a cross cross- 
let argent (for distinction). Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a greyhound courant 
purpure, collared or, and charged (for distinction) with a 
cross crosslet as in the arms. Motto — " Azincourt." 

Son of the late Henry Wyndham Ball, of 5 Palmerston 

Park, Dublin :— 
Henry Benson Wyndham Lenthall (formerly Ball), Esq., 
O.B.E. , b. ; m. 1915, Edith Arundel, d. of late 

Walter Ellison Lenthall, Esq., J. P., of Bessels Leigh 
Manor, Berks. Seats — Bessels Leigh Manor, Berks. ; and 
Maenon Hall, Carnarvon. 

LE POER TRENCH. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, 
a lion passant gules, between three fleurs-de-lys azure, on 
a chief of the third a sun in splendour or (for Trench) ; 2 
and 3, argent, a chief indented sable (for Le Poer) 
over all as an augmentation an escutcheon or, ensigned 
with a coronet of a Marquess of the Netherlands and 
charged with a wheel of six spokes gules. Mantling 
gules and argent. Crests — 1. an arm in armour, em- 
bowed, holding a scimitar all proper ; 2. a lion rampant 
or, imperially crowned, holding in his dexter paw a sword 
argent, pommel and hilt gold, in the sinister a sheaf of 
arrows of the last ; 3. a stag's head caboshed argent, 
attired or, between the attires a crucifix. Mottoes — 
" Consilio et prudentia " ; and (for Trench) " Dieu pour 
la Tranche, qui contre ? " 

Sons of Rt. Hon. William Frederick Le Poer Trench, 
5th Earl of Clancarty, b. 1868; d. 1929; m. 1st, 
1889, Maude Penrice (d. 1906), d. of John George 
Bilton, of Charlton, Kent ; 2nd, 1908, Mary Gwatkin, 
d. of Rosslewin Ellis, Barrister-at-Law, of Fulford, 
Yorks. :— 
Rt. Hon. Richard Frederick John Donough Le Poer 
Trench, 6th Earl of Clancarty (11 Feb. 1803), Viscount 
Dunlo of Dunlo and Ballinasloe (29 Dec. 1800), Baron 
Kilconnel, of Garbally, co. Galway (25 Nov. 1697), 
Viscount Clancarty and Baron Trench of Garbally (4 
Aug. 1815), Marquess of Heusdon, Netherlands (1818), 
[Supporters — On the dexter, a lion gules, semee of fleurs- 
de-lys or ; on the sinister, a stag guardant proper, holding 
a banner per chief dancettee sable and argent, the arms 
of Le Poer, between the antlers sable, a crucifix gold], b. 
1 891 ; m. 1st, Edith Constance (from whom he obtained a 
divorce, 1918), d. of Maj. Alexander Rawlinson, of Alford 
St., Park Lane, W. ; 2nd, 1919, Cora Maria, d. of H. 
H. Spooner, of Thornton Hall, Surrey ; and has issue — 
Lady Maureen Isabel ; and Lady Patricia Ann. Seat — 
Little Weir House, Bisham, Marlow. Bucks. 

Hon. Roderick Charles Le Poer Trench, M.C., Lieut. 
Lines. Yeo., b. 1895. 

Hon. Greville Sydney Rochfort Le Poer Trench, b. 
1903. 

Hon. William Francis Brinsley Le Poer Trench, b. 
1911. 
Hon. Power Edward Ford Le Poer Trench, b. igi7- 



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LEPPER of Elsinore, Carnalea, Crawfordsburn, co. 
Down; formerly of Trinfield House, Belfast (U.O., 1888). 
Gules, on a saltire ermine, between in chief a spur erect 
and leathered or, in fesse two leopards' faces of the last, 
and in base a crane argent, an annulet of the first. 



wreath of the colours, a hermit habited in russet, resting the 
dexter hand on a staff proper, holding in the sinister hand 





Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a crown vallary 
or, a demi-leopard guardant proper, holding between the 
[jaws a rose gules, barbed and seeded also proper. Motto 
— " Ducente Deo." 

Sons of Francis Robert Lepper, Esq., J. P. of Elsinore, 
co. Down, b. 1845 ; d. 1908; m. 1869, Harriette Eliza- 
beth (d. 1922), d. of the late George Chapman, Esq.. 
Ordnance Dept., Dublin Castle: — 
Robert Stewart Lepper, Gentleman, M.A., LL.M. 
(Cantab.), F.R.Hist.S., F.R. S.A.I. , late Professor of 
History H. H. Maharajah College, Travancore, S. India, 
b. 1870. Seat — Elsinore, Carnalea, co. Down. Clubs — 
Royal Societies', Authors', University (Dublin), Ulster 
(Belfast), R. Ulster Yacht (Bangor, co. Down). 

George Chapman Lepper, Gentleman, B.A. (R.U.I.) 
Solicitor, b. 1871. Res. — Elsinore, Carnalea, co. Down. 
Clubs — Public Schools Alpine Sports, Union (Belfast), R. 
Ulster Yacht (Bangor). 

John Charles Lepper, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. — R. 
Ulster Yacht Club, Bangor, co. Down. Clubs — Union 
(Belfast), R. Ulster Yacht, R. North of Ireland Yacht. 

Reginald Mervyn Lepper, Gentleman, temp. Sub. -Lieut. 
R.N.V.R.,^. 1880. ^j.—Goldsithrey, Cornwall. Club— 
R. Ulster Yacht. 

Only son of Rev. Alfred William Lepper, M.A.,T.C.D. , 
of March Manor, nr. Shrewsbury, b. 1882 ; d. 1921 ; m. 
1909, Helen, yngst. d. of the late Harry Rogers, Esq., 
J. P., of The Hill, Monaghan: — 
Francis Alfred Lepper, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — 
Son of Alfred John Adolphus Lepper, Esq., J. P., of 
The Rhanbuoy, Carrickfergus, b. 1851 ; d. 1908 ; m. 
1874, Margaret Louisa, d. of John Herdman, Esq., 
J. P., of Lodge House, Belfast : — 
John Heron Lepper, Gentleman, B.A., T.C.D., Barrister- 
at-Law, b. 1878; m. 1st, 1906, Emmeline, d. of the late 
Lt.-Col. John Lidstone Watts, R.E. (Bengal) ; 2nd, 19V), 
Rose Elsey Smith, and has issue — Alfred Lewis Heron 
Lepper, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; and 5 daus. Clubs — 
Authors', Union (Belfast), R. Ulster Yacht. 



LERMITTE (H. Coll.). Vert, a string of nine beads 
or chevronwise between three cinquefoils argent, in the 
centre a garb or. Mantling vert and or. Crest — Upon a 



a cross pat£e, from the wrist a rosary or. Motto — " Dieu 
le vent." 

Sons of James Henry Lermitte, Esq. , J. P. , of Knightons, 
Middx., b. 1822 ; d. 1900; m. (1st), 1856, Harriett De- 
borah (d. 1874), d. of the late Laac Sutton Cooper, Esq., 
of Park Hall, Finchley: — 
Ernest Edwin Lermitte, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1902, 
Charlotte Louise, oniy child of late Paul Snelgrove, of 
Red House, Downton. Seat— Creekend, Keyhaven, Lym- 
ington, Hants. 

Horace Augustus Lermitte, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; m. 1911, 
Marion Sweetapple, younger d. of Montague William 
Edwards of Lo>\er Brook, Stockbridge, Hants. ; and has 
issue — Marion Bjora. Seat — Melbourne, Queen's Road, 
Shanklin, I.O.W. 

Claude Sutton Lermitte, Gentleman, b. 1869 ; m. 1908, 
Constance Farquharson (d. 19 Feb. 1911), second d. of 
Peter Leckie of Lyndhurst, Hants. Seal — Little Setley, 
Brockenhurst, Hants. 

Hugh Douglas Lermitte, Gentleman, b. 1872. 

LESCHALLAS, see PIGE-LESCHALLAS. 



LESCHER (H. Coll.). Or, a cross gules, on a chief 
azure, a stork argent, beaked and legged of the second. 
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a bugle-horn sable, a dexter arm em- 
bowed in armour proper, garnished or, entwined by a 
serpent, the hand grasping a dagger fessewise, the point 
towards the dexter also proper, pommel and hilt or. 
Motto — " Singulariter in spe. " 

Son of Joseph Samuel Lescher, Esq., of Boyles Court, 
J. P., D.L., and High Sheriff 1862, by his wife Martha, 
d. of John Hoy of Stoke Lower House, Suffolk: — 
Edmund Charles Lescher, Esq., J. P. Essex, b. 1850. 
Res. — Stony hylls, Great Warley, Essex. 

Sons of Frank Harwood Lescher, Gentleman, Com- 
mander of the Order of Christ, b. 1842; d. 1918 ; m. 
1873, Mary O'Conor Graham, d. of Patrick Grehan, 
Esq., J. P., of Mount Plunket, co. Roscommon: — 
Thomas Edward Lescher, Gentleman, O. B. E. , b. 1877; 
m. 1903, Ella Mary, d. of Louis Marino Casella of Beau- 
chene, Hempstead, and has issue — Edward Patrick Har- 
wood Lescher, Gentleman, b. 1904; Richard Wilfrid Har- 
wood Lescher, Gentleman, b. 1906; Sydney George Har- 
wood Lescher, Gentleman, b. 191 2 ; Katharine Mary 



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Mary Adela Grehan ; Doreen Mary Elsie ; Monica Frances 



Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an angel affronted 




Mary ; and Cynthia Dorothy. Res.—- Lynclhurst, 16 Oxford 
Road, Birkdale, Lanes. 

Lt.-Col. Frank Graham Lescher, M.C. (two bars), M.D., 
b. 1888. Res.— The Limes, Kedleston Road, Derby. 

Son of Herman Joseph Sidney Lescher, b. 1849; d, 
1897; m. 1887, Mary Agnes, dau. of Robert Wilson, 
M.A. :— 
Robert Joseph Lescher, Gentleman, b. 1888. 

LESLIE (L.O. 1672). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, on a 
bend azure three buckles or (for Leslie) ; 2 and 3, or, a 
lion rampant gules, debruised by a ribbon sable (for 
Abernethy). Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crest — 
A demi-griffin segreant proper. Supporters — On either 
side a griffin proper, beaked, armed, and winged or. 
Motto—" Grip fast." 

Son of Rt. Hon. Norman Evelyn Leslie, 19th Earl of 

Rothes, b. 1877 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1900, Lucy Noelle, d. 

of Thomas Dyer Edwardes, of Prinknash Park, 

Glos. : — 

Rt. Hon. Malcolm George Dyer Edwardes Leslie, 20th 

Earl of Rothes (i457), Baron Leslie and Ballinbriech, 

Scotland (1445), b. 1902 ; m. 1926, Beryl Violet, d. of 

James L. Dugdale, of Crathorne Hall, Yorks., and has 

issue— Lady Jean. Res.— 6 Swan Walk, Chelsea, S.W. 

Club — Travellers'. 

LESLIE of Wardis. (L O.) Argent, on a bend azure be- 
tween two holly leaves vert, three buckles or. Mantling 
azure, doubled argent. Crest — A demi-griffin couped 
proper. Motto—" Grip fast." 

Son of Sir Charles Henry Leslie, 7th Bart., C.B., 

b. 1848 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1879, Emma May (Res. — 

Findrasaie, Bracknell, Berks.), d. of R. M. Edwards, 

Bengal C.S. :— 

Sir Norman Roderick Alexander David Leslie, 8th 

Bart, of Wardis, co. Moray (1 Sept. 1625), C.B.E., Wing 

Commander R.A.F., b. 1889 ; m. 1919, Betty Elise, d. of 

John Sewell, C.B.E. ; and has issue— Henry John Lin- 

dores Leslie, Esq., b. 1920 ; Nancy Jean. Club — Junior 

United Service. 

LESLIE. Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent on a bend azure, 
three buckles or (for Leslie) ; 2 and 3, argent, a lion ram- 
pant sable (for Abernethy). Mantling azure and argent. 




proper. Motto— " Grip fast.'' Livery — White, with light 
blue facings. 

Son of Robert Charles Leslie, Esq., J. P. and D. L. 

(son of Arthur French and Emily Eleanora Wilhelmina 

Leslie), b. 1828; d. 1904; m. 1867, Charlotte Philippa 

Mary (d. 1908), d. of Capt. Edward Kelso of Kelsoland, 

and Horkesley Park : — 

Edward John Henry Leslie, Esq., C.M.G., M.V.O., 

H.M.'s Diplomatic Service, 1st Sec. Rcme since 1919, J.P., 

D.L. (High Sheriff 1908) co. Monaghan, b. 1880. Estate 

— Ballybay, co. Monaghan. Postal addresses — British 

Embassy, Rome ; Greenhill, Westwood, Bradford-on-Avon ; 

10 Douro Place, Kensington, W. Club — Marlborough. 

WILLIAM LESLIE, Gentleman. Armorial bearings 
(L.O. , 1872) — Parted per pale argent and or, on a bend 
azure, between two crosses flory gules, three buckles of the 
second. Mantling gules and argent. Crest -On a wreath 
of the colours, a demi-griffin proper. Motto — " Grip fast.'' 
Seat — 

LESLIE of Westminster (H. Coll., 20 May 1915). 
Azure, a harp between three buckles or. Mantling azure 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-griffin 
sable, winged, beaked, membered and queued or, grasping 
in the dexter claw a pipe proper. Motto — " Grip fast." 
Eld. son of William Henry Perry Leslie, Gentleman, 
of Bryn Tanat, Llansantffraid, Mont., b. . d. 

1926 ; m. , Mabel Georgina : — 

Captain Henry William Eyton Leslie, M.C, b. 1892 ; 
m. 1928, Helen Alexandra, d. of late John Shields Craw- 
ford, and has issue — Sara Elizabeth. Res. — The White 
House, Burton Lazars, Melton Mowbray, Leics. Clubs — 
White's, Orleans. 

LESLIE (L.O., 1672) — Argent, on a fesse azure, 
three buckles or, within a bordure indented of the second. 
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath ot 



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his liveries, a griffin proper, holding in the dexter talon a 




buckle or. Motto— " Quae juncta firma. ' Livery — Blue, 
faced with yellow. . . 

Son of Lt.-Col. Archibald Young Leslie, of Kilvinie, 

late comdg. Q.O. Cameron Highlanders, b. 1843 ; 

d. 1913; m. 1868, Alice (d. 1895), dau. of Col. Richard 

Cautley : — 
The late Archibald Stewart Leslie, Esq., C.M.G., T.D., 
Lt.-Col. T.A. Res., J. P., D.L. co. Banff, b. 1873 ; d. 1928; 
m. 1910, Margaret, d. of Col. Edward Home, and had issue 
—4 sons. Estates— Kininvie, Tullich, and Lesmurdie, co. 
Banff. 

LESLIE (Fun. Entry, 15 Apl. 1661 ; U.O., Ped. Reg. 




on a bend azure, three buckles or (Leslie) ; 2 and 3, argent, 
a lion rampant sable (Abernethy). Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest (recorded U.O. 1708) — On a wreath of the 
colours, an angel affrontee proper. Motto—" Grip fast." 
Livery — Sky blue, white facings, silver buttons. 

Sons of Seymour Montague Leslie, Gentleman, b. 1835 ; 

d. 1891 ; m. 1st, 1866, Louisa {d. 1869), d. of William 

Graham of Fitzharris, Berks. ; 2nd, 1878, Sarah Alice 

(d. 1918), d. of George Vincent of Westminster : — 

James Graham Leslie, Esq., J P. and D.L. co. Antrim 

(High Sheriff 1907), Senator of Northern Ireland since 1921, 

Barr.-at-Law (Gray's Inn), b. 1868 ; m. 1901, Grace, only d. 

of J. LamontBrodie of Wimbledon ; and has issue— Seymour 

Argent Sandford Leslie, Gentleman, B.A. (Cantab.), b. 

1902 ; Grace Margaret Hester ; and Mary Etheldritha. 

[m. 1929, David N. Maitland-Titterton, Political Service, 

Nigeria]. Seats— Leslie Hill, Ballymoney ; Seaport Lodge, 

Port Ballintrae, Bushmills, co. Antrim. Club— Ulster 

(Belfast). 

Edmund Vincent Leslie, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. — 
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Sons of Lt.-Gen. George Leslie, R.A., of Donaghadee, 
b. 1825; d. 1897; m. 1855, Albina Jane (</. 1893), d. of 
James Shaw, a Judge of the Supreme Court of Cal- 
cutta: — 
George Francis Leslie, Esq., Brig.-Gen. (ret.), b. 1856;, 
m. 1884, Aimee, d. of John Graham Berry of Broomfield,, 
co. Yorks. Res. — 17 The Drive, Hove, Sussex. Club — 
Union (Brighton). 

E. N. Leslie, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1892, Mary Louise, 
third d. of Daniel de laCherois, D.L. , of the Manor House, 
Donaghadee, co. Down. Res. — Dharwar, Bombay, India. 

CHARLES STEPHEN LESLIE-DUGUID, Gentle- 
man. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1889)— Quarterly, 1 and4, 
azure, three crosses patee argent (for Duguid) ; 2 and 3, 
argent, on a fesse azure, three buckles or (for Leslie). 
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dove, holding an olive 
branch in her beak proper. Motto— " Patientia et spe." 
Livery— Blue, white lace. Seats - Fetternear, Balquhain, 
and Auchenhove, Aberdeenshire. 

LESLIE-ELLIS (Matric. L.O., Ped. H. Coll.). Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, gules, on a fesse argent, between three 
crescents or, as many escallops azure, on a canton of the 
third a garb vert (Ellis, Confn. U.O.) ; 2 and 3, argent. 




1907, Certif. 21 Sept. 1908). Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, 



on a bend azure, between two spur-rowels gules, three 
buckles or (Leslie of Pitcaple, L.O.). Mantlings — 
Dexter, gules and argent ; sinister, azure and argent. 
Crests— 1. on a wreath of the colours, a dolphin naiant 
embowed argent, charged with an escallop as in the arms 
(Motto over— " Non sine jure") (Ellis); 2. on a wreath 
of the colours, a griffin's head erased with wings addorsed 
proper (Motto over— "Grip fast") (Leslie). Liver v (un- 
dress)— Dark blue, silver buttons, crimson facings and vest. 



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Eld. son of Henry Leslie-Ellis (formerly Ellis), Esq., 
D.L. co. Wicklow (High Sheriff 1902), J. P., F.S.A., 
F. R.G.S., Lt.-Col. Royal Bucks. Hussars, formerly 
Major Inniskilling Dragoons, b. 1852 ; d. 1918 ; m. 1894, 
Margaret, d. of late Rev. Septimus Rolleston, Rector 
of St. Minver, Cornwall : — 
Francis Rolleston Leslie Leslie Ellis, Gentleman, b. 1895 
Seat — Magherymore, co. Wicklow. 

LESLIE-MELVILLE (L.O. matric. 30 Dec. 1907). 
Quarterly, 1. azure, a thistle slipped proper, ensigned 
with an Imperial crown or, a coat of augmentation to 
the arms of Leslie ; 2. gules, three crescents within a 
bordure argent, charged with eight roses of the first (for 
Melville) ; 3. argent, a fess gules (for Melville of Raith) ; 
4. argent, on a bend azure, three buckles or (for Leslie). 
MantliDg gules doubled ermine. Crests — 1. a demi- 
chevalier in complete armour holding in his right hand 
a dagger point downwards proper, pommel and hilt or 
(for Leslie) ; 2. a ratch-hound's head erased proper, 
collared gules (for Melville). Supporters — On the dexter, 
a knight in complete armour, holding in his dexter hand 
the banner of Scotland all proper (for Leslie) ; on the 
sinister, a ratch-hound proper, collared gules (for Mel- 
ville). Mottoes — " Pro rege et patria " ; " Denique 
ccelum." 

Eld. surv. son of Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald Ruthven Leslie- 
Melville, K.T., P.C.nth Earl of Leven.and 10th Earl 
of Melville, 6.1835 ', d. 1906 ; m. 1885, Hon. Emma 
Selina (Res. — 5 Bryanston Square, W.i), d. of 2nd 
Viscount Portman : — 
Rt. Hon. Archibald Alexander Leslie-Melville, 13th 
Earl of Leven, and 12th Earl of Melville, Viscount Kir- 
kaldie, Baron Balgonie, Melville, and Raith Monimail, 
and Balwearie, Maj. Lovat's Scouts, Capt. (ret.) 2nd 
Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys), b. 1890 ; s. his brother 
1913 ; m. 1918, Lady Rosamond Foljambe, d. of 1st 
Earl of Liverpool ; and has issue — Alexander Robert 
Leslie-Melville, commonly called Lord Balgonie, b. 1924 ; 
Hon. George David Leslie- MelviJle, b. 1924 (twin) ; 
Hon. Ronald Jocelyn Leslie-Melville, b. 1926 ; Hon. Alan 
Duncan Leslie-Melville, b. 1928 ; Lady Jean Elizabeth. 
Seat — Glenferness, Nairn. Town res. — 1 Sussex Square, 
W.2. Clubs — Travellers' ; Carlton ; Cavalry. 

L'ESTRANGE of Market Hill (U.O.). Gules, two lions 
passant guardant argent. Mantling gules and argent. 
Crest— A lion passant guardant or. Motto — " Memento 
mei." 

Son of Christopher Carleton-L' Estrange, Esq., J. P., 

of Market Hill, b. ; d. 1889; m. 1852, Charlotte 

Annie, d. of Arthur Brooke Cooper of Cooper's Hill, 

co. Sligo: — 

Arthur Henry L'Estrange, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1900, 

Mabel, ygst. d. of late M. G. Newton of Earl's Court 

Square, and widow of Ronald John Neville. Seat — 

Kevinsfort, co. Sligo. Club — Royal Societies. 

L'ESTRANGE (U.O., 1589). Gules, two lions passant 
guardant argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On 
a wreath of the colours, a lion passant guardant or. Motto 
— " Memento mei." Livery — Chocolate or claret. 

Sons of Frederick L'Estrange, Lieut. R.N., b. 1798 ; 

d. 1871 ; m. 1829, Frances Amelia, d. of John Matthews, 

Vicar Choral St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin : — 

Francis Adolphus L'Estrange, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) 

Army Med. Staff, b. 1842 ; m. 17 Sept. 1879, Annie, eld. d. 

of late Hon. William Macdonald, Gustos R., of Water 

Valley and Moore Hall Estates, St. Mary's, Jamaica. Res. — 

Istalia, Ailesbury Road, Dublin, Ireland. 

Albert Halahan L'Estrange, Esq., Lt.-Col. (ret.) Army 
Medical Staff, b. 1844; m. 1886, Martha Elizabeth, d. of 
Henry Alexander Taylor; and has issue— (1) Frederick 
Henry Paget L'Estrange, Gentleman, b. 1888; (2) Francis 
Albert L'Estrange, Esq., Capt. R.A.M.C, b. 1889; (3) 
Henry Rowland L'Estrange, Esq. ' 
b. 1889 (twin with his brother) 
L'Estrange, Gentleman, b. 1891. 
ton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin. 

Sons of Col. Edward Napoleon L'Estrange, late 
Cheshire Regt. and Royal Scots Fus. , b. ; d. 1890; 
m. 1st, , Margaret Innes of Manchester: — 

Francis L'Estrange, Gentleman, b. . Res. — 

Henry Innes L'Estrange, Gentleman, late Lieut. Leinster 
Regt., b. . Res.— 



O.B.E.,Capt. R.A.M.C, 
(4) Albert Cecil Taylor 
Res. — Harryville, Eglin- 



Ernest L'Estrange, Gentleman, Natal Police, b. 
Res. — Natal, S. Africa. 

Son of Francis L'Estrange, Surgeon Antrim Art., 
M.A., F.R.C.S.I., b. 1803; d. 1875; m. 1830, Cathe- 
rine Eliza (d. 1865), d. of John Mathews, Vicar Choral 
St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin : — 
Col. George Wellington L'Estrange, (ret.) late comdg. 
8th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Brigade, b. 1841. Clubs— 
Naval and Military, H. United Service (Dublin). 



LE STRANGE. Quarterly, 1. quarterly, i. and iiii., 
gules, two lions passant in pale argent (for Le Strange) ; 
ii. and iii. , sable, a unicorn statant or, on a chief 
of the last, three billets of the first (for Styleman) ; 2. the 
same arms of Styleman (granted H. Coll. 6 May 1562) ; 
3. the same arms of Le Strange ; 4. or, a maunch gules 




(for Hastings). Mantling gules and argent. Crests — 1. 
on a wreath of the colours, a lion statant, tail extended 
or (for Le Strange); 2. on a wreath of the colours, a bear s 
head erased azure, bezantee, collared and chained or (for 
Styleman). Motto — " Mihi parta tueri." 

Sons of Roland le Strange, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. 

Norfolk, Capt. P.W.O. Norfolk Artillery, b 1869; 

d. 1919 ; m. Oct. 22, 1891, the Hon. Agneta Frances 

Delaval, dau. of the Rev. Delaval Loftus, 10th Baron 

Hastings : — 
Charles Alfred le Strange, Esq. , Capt. Warwickshire Yeo. , 
F.Z.S., J. P. Norfolk, Heredit. Lord High Admiral of the 
Wash, b. Dec. 9, 1892 (to whom H.R. H. Duke Alfred of 
Saxe-Coburg stood sponsor). Seat — Hunstanton Hall, 
Norfolk. 
Bernard le Strange, Gentleman, b. 1900. 

Yngr. sons of Hamon le Strange, Esquire, J. P. and 

D.L., M.A., F.S.A., one of the Chairmen of Quarter 

Sessions for Norfolk (High Sheriff 1880), b. 1840; d. 

1918; m. 1866, at Boston, Emmeline, dau. of William 

Austin of Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. : — 
Rev. Austin le Strange, M.A., Rector of Great Ringstead, 
Norfolk, b. May 22, 1874 ; m. 1903, Katherine Ellen Grey, 
dau. of Rev. and Hon. Hugh Wynne Mostyn, Rector of 
Buckworth, Hunts. ; and has issue— Hamon le Strange, 
Gentleman, b. 1904 ; Viola ; and Dorothy. Res. — Great 
Ringstead Rectory, King's Lynn. 

Son of Eric le Strange, Gentleman, b. Jan. 20, 1878; 

d. 1918 ; m. 1906, Nita Florence, d. of Francis Frederick 

Gordon : — 
Gordon le Strange, Gentleman, b. 1907. Res. — 



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L'ESTRANGE-MALONE (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
gules, two lions passant in pale argent (for L'Estrange); 2 
and 3, vert, a lion rampant between three mullets argent 
(for Malone). Motto — " Memento mei." Livery — Scarlet 
and white or cream. 

Sons of Rev. Savile Richard William L'Estrange- 
Malone, Rector of Dalton-Holme, sometime Vicar- 
Choral of Armagh Cathedral and Chaplain to the 
Primate of Ireland, b. 1838 ; d. 1908 ; m. 1876, his 
cousin Frances Mary, d. of George Savile Foljambe, 
Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Osberton Hall, Worksop:— 
Edmund George Savile L'Estrange-Malone, Esq., Lt.- 
Col. 7th Royal Fusiliers, Extra A.D.C. to Lord-Lieutenant 
of Ireland 1907, Esquire of the Order of the Hospital of St. 
John of Jerusalem, J. P. N. R. Yorks. , served Tibet 1904, 
and Great War, King's Messenger 1918-22, b. 1878 ; m. 
1910, Mary Violet, d. of W. H. St. Quentin, of Scampston 
Hall, Yorks., and has issue — Mary Helen ; and Shelagh 
Rosamund. Res. — We^t Lodge, Malton, Yorks. Clubs — 
Bachelors', Yorks. (York). 
Cecil John L'Estrange-Malone, Gentleman, b. 1890. 

LETCH WORTH (H. Coll.). Per chevron gules and 
or, two wings in chief argent and a leopard's face in base 
proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of 
the colours, in front of three ears of wheat, two in sal tire 
and one in pale or, a leopard's face as in the arms, between 
two wings argent, each charged with a rose gules, barbed 
and seeded proper. Motto — " Ut sibi sic alteri." 

Sons of Henry Finch Letchworth of Oak Hill, Surbiton, 
b. 1803 ; d. 1886 ; m. 1832, Maria Elizabeth, d. of 
Edward Law : — 

Rev. Henry Howard Letchworth, M.A. (Oxon.), Hon. 
Canon of Canterbury, late Vicar of Detling, Kent, and 
R.D., b. 1836; m. 1885, Mary Georgma, d. of John 
Strettell, R.N. Res.— 

Rev. Arnold Letchworth, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly Vicar 
of St. John's, Kingston, b. 1840; m. 1886, Mary Frances, 
d. of Thomas Oldman. Res. — 

Sir WROTH PERIAM CHRISTOPHER LETH- 
BRIDGE, 5th Bart., late Capt. Grenadier Guards (ret.), 




1903, formerly Lieut 3rd. Batt. Yorkshire Regt. (Princess 
of Wales' Own), transferred Feb. 1885, 1st Batt. Leicester- 



shire Regt., and again transferred, Nov. 1885, to Grenadier 
Guards, rejoined (1914) Grenadier Guards as Captain, 
Deputy-Assistant Censor B. E.F., served in Egypt 1917, 
Justice of the Peace for the county of Somerset. Born 
Dec. 19, 1863, being the eldest son of Sir Wroth 
Acland Lethbndge, 4th Bart., of Sandhill Park, Taunton, 
by his wife Anne Williams, dau. of Thomas Benyon of 
Gledhow House, Leeds. Armorial bearings — Argent, 
over water proper, a bridge of five arches embattled, on the 
centre arch a turret gules, in chief an eagle displayed sable, 
charged with a bezant. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of the colours, issuant from an embattled 
arch gules, a demi-eagle displayed sable, the wings erminois, 
charged on the breast with a leopard's face or. Mottoes 
— " Spes mea in Deo"; (above the crest), "Truth.' 
Livery — Dark olive green. Married 1st, 1892 (div. 
19 11), Alianore, youngest dau. of the late Sacheverel- 
Chandos-Pole of Radbourne Hall, Derby, by Lady Anna 
Stanhope, dau. of Rt. Hon. the 5th Earl of Harrington ; 
2nd, 1911 (div. 1928), Kathleen, only child of late Robert 
O'Hara, Barnster-at-Law ; 3rd, 1928, Ethel Hilda, d. of 
Canon Blundell ; and has Issue (by 1st marriage) — Hector 
Wroth Lethbridge, Esq. , Lieut, late Rifle Bde. , served 
Great War 1917-18, b. 1898; Torfrida Alianore [m. 1920, 
Major H. F. Grant-Suttie, D.S.O., M.C. (q.v.)] ; and 
Dulcibel Margaret [m. 1921, Major Robtrt James Words- 
worth, D.S.O., Notts, and Derby Regt.]. Res. — 29 Cheyne 
Walk, Chelsea, S.W. Clubs — Guards', Carlton. 

LETHBRIDGE. Azure, over water, a bridge of three 
arches embattled proper, on a chief argent, an eagle 
displayed sable, between two roses gules, barbed and 
seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On 
a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-tower proper, 
issuant therefrom a demi-eagle displayed sable, each wing 
charged with a rose argent, a lotus-llower leaved and slipped 
proper. Motto — " Spes mea in Deo." 

Son of Sir Roper Lethbridge, K.C.I.E. , M.A., 

formerly M.P. for North Kensington, J. P., D.L. , 

Lord of the Manor of Exbourne, Devon, b. 1840; d. 

1919 ; m. firstly, 1865, Eliza (d. 1895), dau. of the late 

W. Finlay, and great granddau. of the Rt. Hon. 

Henry, nth Baron Teynham ; secondly, 1897, Emma. 

widow of the late Frederick Burbidge, and youngest 

dau. of the late John Neave : — 

Francis Washington Lethbridge, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. 

late Duke of Wellington's Regt., formerly Indian Staff 

Corps, b. 1867; m. 1888, Gertrude Ethel Mary, d. of 

Admiral Harry Croft of Powys Square, London, and has 

issue — Marguerite Doris [m. 1915, Charles Egerton Milman- 

Mainwaring (Res. — Goltho House, Bournemouth)]. Res. — 

LETHBRIDGE (H. Coll.). Argent, over water proper, 
a bridge of five arches embattled, on the centre arch a 
turret gules, in chief an eagle displayed sable, charged 
with a bezant. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of the colours, issuant from an embattled 
arch gules, a demi-eagle displayed sable, the wings er- 
minois, charged on the breast with a leopard's face or. 
Mottoes — " Spea mea in Deo" ; (above the crest), " Truth." 

Sons of Sir Wroth Acland Lethbridge, 4th Bart.. J. P. 

and D.L. Somerset and J. P. Cambridge, b. 1831 ; 

d. 1902; m. 1861, Ann Williams (d. 1882), second d. 

of Thomas Benyon of Thorpe Arch, Yorkshire: — 
Sir Wroth Periam Christopher Lethbridge, 5th Bart. 
(q.v.). 

Lt.-Col. Ernest Astley Edmund Lethbridge, C.M.G. , 
D.S.O. , late Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I. , 
served in S. African Campaign (Queen's medal with three 
clasps, King's medal with two clasps, mentioned in de- 
spatches), and Great War 1914-16 (despatches twice, 
C.M.G. , Croix de Guerre), b. 1864; m, 1919, Ruth Mary, 
d. of the late Lt.-Col. the Hon. E. A. Holmes a Court, and 
widow of Major C. E. Forrest, D.S.O. , and has issue- 
Diana Ruth. Res. — Brooklands, Landford, nr. Salisbury. 
Club — Carlton. 

Sons of Thomas Buckler Valentine Lethbridg-', Esq.. 

/'. 1866 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1901, Eva Henrietta Wyndham, 

d. of Reginald William Templer of Powderham 

House, Teignmouth : — 
Montagu Benyon Templer Lethbridge, Esq., b. 19C2. 
Wroth Thomas Coull Lethbridge, Gentleman, b. 1904. 
Res.— 

Yngr. sons of Sir Wroth Lethbridge, 4th Bart. : — 
Hugh Francis Hesketh Lethbridge, Esq., late Lieut. 3rd 
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1896 (medal), in S. African War (Queen's medal and four 
clasps), and in Natal Rebellion 1906 (medal and clasp), 
b. 1867 ; m. 1912, Edith Maud, elder d. of Thomas Mellor 
Robinson of Natal; and has issue — Hugh Mytton Fitz- 
warine Lethbiidge, Esq.,£. 1913 ; Wroth Thomas Hesketh 
Bouchier Lethbridge, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; and Delphine 
Edith Conyers Bouchier. Res. — 

John Acland Musgrave Lethbridge, Esq. , served as Capt. 
Imp. Yeo. in S. African War, b. 1869 ; m. 1894, Florence 
Martin, d. of Sydney Wood Cooper of New York, U.S.A. ; 
and has issue — Duncan John Leghe Lethbridge, Esq., b. 
1898 [m. 1922, Phyllis Muriel, d. of T. S. Chappell, of 
Chadshunt, co. Warwick, and has issue — Jacqueline ; and 
Florence June] ; (2) Harold Reginald Lethbridge, Gentle- 
man, b. 1 901 ; Violet Martin [m. 1913, Samuel Francis 
Becke Lane]; Annie Gwendoline [m. 1916, Capt. Guy 
Clavenng Wetherali, R.A.S.C.]; Phyllis Henrietta; and 
Mabel Florence. Res. — 

Son of Walter Buckler Lethbridge, Esq., Knight of 

Charles III. of Spain, and the Medjidie, b. 1845 ; 

d. 1907; m. 1st, 1864, Eleonor6 Marie (d. 1896), d. 

of Peter Alexander Boyer of Paris: — 
Walter Alexander Charles Lethbridge, Esq., Capt. late 
Northants. Yeo., formerly R. Bucks. Hussars, b. 1865; tn. 
1st, 1885, Rose Maria, d. of Miguel del Monte of Havana ; 
2nd, 1902, Blanche, eld. d. of John Bingham, Judge 
of the High Court, New York ; 3rd, Marie Jos£ Mondron ; 
and has issue — (1) Walter Michel Lethbridge, Esq., 
formerly U.S. Navy,^. 1886 [tn. 1st, 1907, Anna Agnes, d. 
of J. V. Ganter ; and has issue — Frances; 2nd, 1913, 
Catherine Marsh] ; (2) John George Jules Lethbridge, Esq., 
Flight-Lieut. R.A.F., b. 1888 [m. 1917, Dorothy, d. of Le 
Roy Taylor, of Washington, U.S.A.]. Res. — Domine 
de Bougerder, Lexar, B. P., France. 

LETTS of Llandudno (H. Coll.). Or, semee of trefoils 
vert, on a pile sable, an eagle displayed argent. Mantling 
vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front 
of an eagle's head argent, a trefoil slipped vert, between 
two cross crosslets gules. Motto — " Fides visque multum 
conficit." 

Son of William Letts, of Northampton : — 

Sir William Malesbury Letts, K.B.E. (1922), b. 1873 ; 
m. 1901, Edith, d. of the late William Pearson. Res. — 
Eryl Fryn, Llandudno, N. Wales. 

LEVESON (H. Coll A [Arms granted to the late Admiral 
Sir Arthur Cavenagh Leveson, G.C.B., to be borne and 
used by him and his descendants, and by the other 
descendants of his father (other than his elder brother 
Edward John Leveson, and his descendants)]. Or, on a 
chevron engrailed gules, between three stags trippant 




proper, semee of fleurs-de-lys or. Motto — " Spero." 

Second surviving son of Edward John Leveson, 

Gentleman, of Anerley, Surrey, b. 1832 ; d. 1900 ; 

m. i860, Mary, d. of John Iveson, of Marlborough : — 

The late Sir Arthur Cavenagh Leveson, G.C.B. (mil.), 

Admiral, had Orders of St. Stanislaus, 1st Class with 

Swords, and Rising Sun of Japan, 2nd Class, 

F.R.G.S., Comdr. Legion of Honour, b. 1868 ; d. 1929; 

m. 1902, Jemima Adeline, widow of 7th Earl of Darnley ; 

and left issue — Arthur Edmund Leveson, Esq., b. 1908; 

Jemima [m. 1926, Lieut. William D. Stephens, R.N.] , 

Mary ; Pamela. Res. — Park Cottage, Midhurst, Sussex ; 

22 Basil Mansions, S.W.3. 

LEVESON (H. Coll.). Per chevron or and argent, 
two red deer trippant in chief and a Moor's head in profile 
erased at the neck in base proper, wreathed ab^ut the 




proper, as many fleurs-de-lys of the field. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stag trippant 



temples gules and or. Mantling gules and or. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a sun rising or, a 
red deer trippant proper. Motto — " Spero." 

Eld. son of Edward John Leveson of Anerley, Surrey, b. 
1832 ; d. 1900; tn. i860, : — 

Edward John Leveson, Gentleman, b. 1861. Res. — 
Canada. 

LEVER (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, per pale 
argent and barry of eight or and azure, two bendlets sable, 
the upper one engrailed (for Lever) ; 2 and 3, per chevron 
or and gules, in chief two chaplets of roses and in base a 
lion's head, all counterchanged (for Hulme). Crest — On 
a wreath of the colours, a trumpet fessewise, thereon a 
cock proper, charged on the breast with a rose gules. 
Supporters — On either side an elephant or, the dexter 
charged on the shoulder with a rose gules, barbed and 
seeded proper, and the sinister with a chaplet of roses 
gules. Motto — "Mutare vel t.imere sperno." 

Only son of Rt. Hon. Sir William Hesketh Lever, 
1st Viscount, b. 1851 ; d. 1925 ; m. 1874, Elizabeth 
Ellen (d. 1913), d. of Crompton Hulme, of Bolton :- — 
Rt. Hon. Sir William Hulme Lever, 2nd Viscount 
Leverhulme (1922), of the Western Isles, Baron Lever- 
hulme (1917), 2nd Bart. (1911), Capt. (ret.) 4/5th Batt. 
The Cheshire Regt., M.A. (Cantab.), J. P., D.L., and 
(1923) High Sheriff, Cheshire, b. 1888 ; tn. 1912, Marion 
Beatrice, d. of the late Bryce Smith, of Whalley, Lanes. ; 
and has issue — Hon. Philip William Bryce Lever, b. 1915 ; 
Hon. Elizabeth Ruth ; Hon. Rosemary Gertrude Alex- 
andra. Seat — Thornton Manor, Thornton Hough „ 
Cheshire. Town res. — 39 Upper Brook Street, W.i. 
Clubs — Reform ; Arts. 

LEVER of Allerton (H. Coll ). Argent, two bendlets 
engrailed sable, between as many sparrowhawks close 
proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a cock wings elevated proper, resting the 



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dexter claw on an escutcheon sable, charged with a 
trumpet or. Badge— A hawk's lure or, the rope entiled 
by a circlet gules charged with three bezants. Motto— 
" Deo gratias." , 

Son of the late Samuel Lever, of West Derby, 

Liverpool : — . , c . 

Sir Samuel Hardman Lever, K.C.B., ist Bart. (3 Feb. 
1020), Head of the Firm of Lever, Honeyman & Co., 
C.A., b. 1869 ; m. 1900, Edythe, d. of Matthew Hamilton 
Gault, of Montreal. Res.— 64 Eaton Square, S.W.i. 
Club — Reform. 

LEVER of Chelsea (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron 
invected ermines between two keys erect, the wards to 
the dexter, in chief sable, and an esquire's helmet in base 
proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath 
of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour, the 
hand holding a kev in bend sinister, the ward upwards 
sable, and encircled above the elbow with a chaplet of 
roses argent, leaved vert. Motto—" Ammo et fide. 

Only son of Sir Arthur Levy Lever (who assumed 

the surname of Lever by R. L. 1911), ist Bart., J. P., 

b. i860 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1896, Beatrice Hilda, d. of the 

late Philip Falk :— 

Sir Tresham ( Joseph Philip) Lever, 2nd Bart. (8 teb. 

1911), of Hans Crescent, Chelsea, b. 1900. Seat— lhe 

Grange, Knockholt, Kent. Town res.— 15 .Parkside, 

Knightsbridge, S.W.i. Clubs — Bachelors ; Bath; 

Carlton. 

LEVESON-GOWER. Quarterly, 1 and 4, barry of eight 
argent and gules, a cross patonce sable (for Gower) ; 2 and 
q three laurel leaves erect or (for Leveson) ; and for his 
Crests 1. upon a wreath of the colours, a wolf passant 
argent, collared and lined or (for Gower) ; 2. a goat s head 



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erased ermine, attired or (for Leveson) ; with the Mottoes, 
" Frangas non flectes" (for Gower) ; "Defende le droit 
(for Leveson) ; " Fiat voluntas tua" (for Gresham). 

Only surv. son of Arthur Francis Gresham Leveson - 
Gower, Gentleman, M.A.. H.B.M.Diplomatic Service, 
FS A F.R.B.S.,F.R.H.S.,^.i8 5 i; d. 1922 ; m. 1881. 
Caroline Frederica (d. 1925), third daughter of George 
Savile Foljambe of Osberton, Nott ., and Aldwarke 
Hall Yorks., by his second wife Sehna Charlotte 
Viscountess Milton, second daughter of the Right 
Honourable Charles Cecil Cope, the third and last 
Earl of Liverpool, G.C.B. :— 



Osbert Charles Gresham Leveson-Gower, Esq., Lieut. 
Comdr. R.N., b. Nov. 3, 1888. Clubs— United Service; 
Jun. Naval and Military. 

LEVESON-GOWER (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
barry of eight argent and gules, a cross flory sable (Gower) ; 
2 azure, three laurel leaves or (Leveson) ; 3, gules, three 
rests or (Granville). Mantling gules and argent. Crest- 
On a wreath of the colours, a wolf passant argent, collared 
and lined or. Motto— " Frangas non flectes." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Granville George Leveson-Gower, 
2nd Earl Granville, K.G., P.C., D.C.L., b. 1815; 
d. 1891 ; m. 2nd, 1865, Castalia Rosalind, ygst. d. of 
Walter Frederick Campbell of Islay:— 
Rt Hon. Granville George Leveson-Gower, 3rd Earl 
Granville (10 May 1833), Viscount Granville (is Aug. 181 5), 
G C V O K.C.M.G. Envoy Extra, and Mm. Plen. in 
Brussels and Luxemburg since 1928, Lord-in-Waiting to 
Queen Victoria 1895, to King Edward VII. 1905-10, 
and to King George V. 1910-15, has the Grand Crosses 
of the Dannebrog, of the North Star of Sweden the 
Concepcion of Portugal, and the ist class of the 
Crown of Prussia [Supporters (H. Coll., i8i 5 )-Two 
wolves argent, plain collared, and line rerlexed over the 
back gold, and charged on the shoulder with an escut- 
cheon gules, thereon a clarion orl, b. 1872; m. 1900, Nina 
Ayesha d. of Walter Baring, late H.M. s Minister at 
Monte Video. Res. — The British Embassy, Brussels. 
Clubs— Brooks's, St. James's. 

Hon. William Spencer Leveson-Gower, U.b.U., capt 
R N. b. 1880 ; m. 1916, Lady Rose Bowes-Lyon d.of 14th 
Earl of Strathmore; and has issue — Granville James 
Leveson-Gower, Esq. , b. 1918 ; and Mary Cecihe. 

Son of Hon. Edward Frederick Leveson-Gower, J. F. 
and D.L. Surrey, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 1819; d. 1907; 
m. 1853, Lady Margaret Compton, d. of 2nd Marquess 
of Northampton:— „ D „ ,, . 

Sir George Granville Leveson-Gower, K.B.H., M.A. 
(Oxford), Commissioner of Woods and Forests, 1908-24, 
Private Sec. to the Prime Minister (Mr. Gladstone) 1880-5 
Junior Lord of the Treasury 1886. M.P. for North- West 
Staffordshire 1885-6, and for Stoke-upon-Trent 1890-5, 
b. i8 S 8 ; m. 1898, Hon. Adelaide Violet Cicely, d. of 8th 
Baron Monson ; and has issue-Iris Irma [m. 1922, Capt 
William Buchanan Mirrlees, M.C., R.A.]; Margaret 
Rosemary ; and Edome Georgiana Lavender Res.— 
16 Thurloe Place, S.W.7. C/«fc-Brooks's, Athenaeum. 
M.C.C. 

LEVESON-GOWER (H. Coll.). Quarterly 1 and 4. 
quarterly, i. and iiii.. barry of eight argent and gules, a 
cross pawnee s ,ble (Gower) ; ii. and hi., azure, three laurel 
"eaves erect or (Leveson); 2 and 3, argent a chevron 
ermfnes between three mullets pierced sable (Gresham) 
Mantling gules and argent. Crests-i. on a wreath of 
the coloursf a wolf p.ssant argent, collared and lined or 
Gower) 2 on a wreath of the colours, a goat s head 
erasld ermine, attired or (Leveson) ; 3- on a wreath of he 
colours, a grasshopper proper Gresham) Mottoe ? „ 
"Frangas non flectes" (Gower); "Defende le droit 
(Leveson) ; " Fiat voluntas tua " (Gresham). 

Rons of Granville William Gresham Leveson-Gower, 
Esq M.A., J.P. and D.L. (High Sheriff 1875) .«» 
Surrey, J.P. co. Kent, a Vice-President of the Society 
of Antiquaries, and Alderman of Surrey - C.C. ,b 1838 
d 1895; m. 1861, Hon. Sophia, d. of the Rt. Hon. 
Chandos Leigh, the first Baron Leigh:— 
Granville Charles Gresham Leveson-Gower Esq.. Hon. 
Major T.F. Res., served Great War, J.P., . D.L. . for Surrey, 
Lo d of the Manors of Titsey, Limpsfield and Jagfield, 
all in the co. of Surrey, b. 1865; m. 1894. Evelyn Mildred, 
Scond surv. d. of the late Henry A. Brassey of Preston 
Hall Aylesford, Kent; and has had issue— (1) Rl chard 
5en y Gresham Leveson-Gower .Gentleman Lieut. Gren 
r j c /SRI h iZqa- (2 Ronald Charles Granville 
gr d esha ( m R LeVeson-Gower, Gentleman, Lieut. Coldstream 
Gds b 1896; killed in action 1917; (3) Ihomas 
Christopher Gresham Leveson-Gower, Gentleman^ 1903 , 
(4) Alan John Gresham Leveson-Gower Gentleman. 6. 
190Q Post.add—Titsey Place, Limpsheld, Surrey. Club 

_ Rev Wl Frederick Archibald Gresham Leveson-Gower. 
Rector of Singleton, Sussex, M.A. Oxford, b. 1Z71 , m. 
i8 Q7 Cecil Eyre, d. of Sir Walpole Lloyd Greenwell, 
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Leveson-Gower, Gentleman, b. 1908; and Judeth Elyn 
Gresham. Res. — The Rectory, Singleton, Sussex. 

Evelyn Marmaduke Gresham Leveson-Gower, Gentle- 
man, b. 1872; m. 1906, Elo Janet Catherine, ygst. d. of 
late Lt.-Col. James Ross Farquharson of Invercauld ; and 
has issue — (1) Alastair Marmaduke Gresham Leveson- 
Gower, Gentleman, b. 1907; (2) Rupert Evelyn Gresham 
Leveson-Gower, Gentleman, b. 1911. Res. — Drummond 
Lodge, Sutton, Surrey. 

Henry Dudley Gresham Leveson-Gower, Esq., Maj. late 
R.A.S.C, b. 1873; m. 1908, Enid Mary, elder d. of late 
R. S. B. Hammond-Chambers, K.C. Res. — 8 Northwick 
House, St. John's Wood Road, N. W.8. Clubs — Sports 
Gresham. 

Cecil Octavius Gresham Leveson-Gower, Esq., M.B.E., 
Temp. Capt. R.A.S.C, b. 1875; m. 1899, Mary, d. of 
Philip de Clermont of Ivy House, Godstone, Surrey ; and 
has issue — Granville Howard Roderick Gresham Leveson- 
Gower, Gentleman, b. 1900 ; and Constance Violet Gresham. 
Club — Sports. 

Clement Edward Gresham Leveson-Gower, Esq., late 
Lieut. Prince Albert's Somersetshire L.I., served in S. 
Africa 1901-2 (medal with 5 clasps), and Great War 
1914-19, Chev. Legion of Honour, Orders of Redeemer 
(Greece), and of St. Sava (Serbia), sometime Comptroller 
of the Household to Earl Grey, Gov. -Gen. of Canada, b. 
1876. Res. — Limpsfield, Surrey. 

LEVETT (H. Coll., 27 May 1835). Argent, a lion 
rampant between three cross crosslets fitch6e sable, a 
bordure engrailed azure charged with four cross crosslets 
fitch^e and four fleurs-de-lys alternately or. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
a demi-lion argent, ducally crowned or, gorged with 
a collar azure, in the dexter paw a cross crosslet fitch^e 
sable, the sinister paw resting on an escutcheon of the third 




charged with a fleur-de-lys gold. Motto — " Hcc age.' 
Livery — White, with black facings. 

Sons of Theophilus John Levett, Esq., of Wychnor 

Park, Staffs., J. P., D.L., M.P., Lt.-Col. comdg. 2nd 

Batt. Staffs. Vols, and Lt.-Col. Q.O. Staffs. Yeo., 

formerly Capt. 1st Life Guards, b. 1829; d. 1890; m. 

1856, Lady Jane Lissey Harriet Fielding, d. of 7th 

Earl of Denbigh : — 

Theophilus Basil Percy Levett, Esq., J. P. Staffs, late 

Lieut. Coldstream Guards, b. 1856 ; m. 1884, Lady 

Margaret Emily, d. of 8th Earl of Shaftesbury. ' Seat — 

Meiiy House, Wimborne. Res. — 61 Eaton Square, S.W. 

Capt. Berkeley John Talbot Levett, late Scots Gds., b. 



1863 ; m. 1900, Sibell Lucia, only d. of late Hamar Alfred 
Bass, Esq., D.L. ; and has issue — (1) Theophilus Francis 
Michael Levett, Gentleman, b. 1905 ; (2) Sidney John 
Armyne Douglas Levett, Gentleman, b. 1906; and Joan 
Angel May. Res. — Cottington, Sidm< uth, S. Devon. 

Surv. sons of Robert Thomas Kennedy Levett, Esq., 

J.P..D.L. , of Packington Hall, Staffs. , and Rcsemount, 

co. Pembroke, formerly Capt. 2nd Staffs. Mil., and 

Lt.-Col. 2nd Vol. Batt. N. Staffs. Regt. , b. 1831 ; d. 

1909 ; m. i860, Margaret Catherine, only d. of late 

Thomas Levett Prinsep of Croxall Hall, Staffs. : — 

Rev. Thomas Prinsep Levett, F.Z.S., Fellow of 

Entomological Societies of London and Paris [Livery — 

Yellow with drab facings], b. 1862. Seat — Packington 

Hall, Lichfield. Res. — Frenchgate, Richmond, Yorks. 

Walter Mackenzie Levett, Esq., Major 4th North Staffs. 
Regt., b. 1867. Club — Junior United Service. 

George Arthur Monro Levett, Gentleman, b. 1870; m. 
1913, Estelle, third d. of Rev. Richard Norman Huit, 
Rector of Bradfield, and has issue — Robert George Levett, 
Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Catherine Estelle ; and Margaret 
Grace Irene. Res. — 18 Belle Vue Gardens, Brighton. 

LEVETT of Milford Hall (H. Coll.). Argent, a lion 
rampant sable, murally crowned or, and two crosses crosslet 
fitch^e in pale, between two piles issuing from the dexter 
and sinister chiefs of the second, each pile charged with 
three cr. sses crosslet fitch^e of the third. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi- 
lion or, entwined with a sprig of laurel vert, and supporting 
a cross crosslet htch£e sable. 

Sons of Richard Byrd Levett, Esq., of Milford Hall, 
J. P., D.L, B.A. (Oxon.), late Lt.-Col. comdg. 3rd 
Batt. Staffs. Rifles, formerly 60th Royal Rifles, /\ 1810 ; 
d. 1887 ; m. 1848, Elizabeth Mary, d. of John Mire- 
house, Esq., of Brownslade, co. Pembroke, Common 
Serjeant of London : — 
William Swinnerton Byrd Levett, Esq., J. P. and D.L. 
co. Stafford, late Capt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, b. 1856 ; 
m. 1896, Maud Sophia, second d. of Major Levett, late 10th 
Hussars ; and has had issue — Richard William Byrd Levett, 
Lieut. K.R. R.C. , b. 1897; killed in action 1917 ; and 
Dyonese Rosamond. Seat — Milford Hall, Stafford. Clubs — 
Carlton, Junior United Service. 

Egerton Bagot Byrd Levett-Scrivener (formerly Levett), 
Esq., J. P. co. Suffolk, Capt. R.N. (ret.), late Bursar 
Keble College, b, 1857 (assumed by Deed Poll 1889 the 
additional name of Scrivener) ; m. 1st, 1884, Mabel 
Desborough (d. 1890), d. of Sir Harry Smith Parkes, 
G.C.M.G., K.C.B., H.M. Minister Plen. at Pekin, China; 
2nd, 1891, Mary, only d. of Henry John Mirehouse of St. 
George's Hill, co Somerset; and has issue — (1) Evelyn 
Harry Byrd Levett-Scrivener, Esq., Comdr. R.N., b. 1885; 
(2) Alaric Parkes Levett-Scrivener, Gentleman, b. 1886; 
Iris Theodora ; Winifred Violet ; and Pamela. Seat — 
Sibton Abbey, Yoxford, Suffolk. Club — Naval and Military. 
Walter Leveson Byrd Le\ett, Esq., J. P. co. Salop, 1*. 
1859; m. 1st, 1884 (div. ), Helen, d. of late Charles 

Lambert; 2nd, 1912, Katherine Josephine, d. of late Sir 
Alfred Hickman, Bart., and widow of Rupert Edward 
Cooke Kettle ; and has surv. issue — Richard Walter Lc vett, 
Gentleman,^. 1890 [m. 1914, Rachel Mitford, d. of the late 
Comdr. K. Gamier, of Froyle House, Fareham, Hants.] ; 
Mary Beatrice [m. 1909, John I. Benson]; and Rachel 
Helen. Res. — Wyanstone Leys, Monmouth. Club — 
Wellington. 

THOMAS LEVETT-PRINSEP, Esq., J. P. for cos. 
Derby, Warwick, and Stafford. Born Dec. 9, 1844, being the 
third son of Thomas Levett- Prinsep, Esq., by his second 
wife Caroline Mary, dau. of Rev. John Templer, Rector 
of Teigngrace, Devon. Armorial bearings — Quarterly, 
1 and 4, paly of six argent and gules, three piles 
issuing from the sinister base flory at the points or (for 
Prinsep) ; 2 and 3 argent, a lion rampant between three 
crosses crosslet fitch^e sable, a bordure engrailed azure, 
charged with four crosses crosslet fitchee and as many 
fleurs-de-lys alternately or (for Levett). Mantling gules 
and argent ; and for his Crests, 1. upon a wreath of the 
colours, an eagle's head erased gules, guttee-d'or, in the 
beak a bird-bolt erect (the bolt downwards) proper (for 
Prinsep) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion 
argent, ducally crowned or, gorged with a collar azure, in 
the dexter paw a cross crosslet fitchee sable, the sinister 
paw resting on an escutcheon of the third, charged with a 
fleur-de-lys or (for Levett). Motto- " Non prodigus neque 



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avarus." Married, June 23, 1868, Georgina (,iT. 1919), dau. ot 
Arthur B. E. Holdsworth of Widdicombe House, Kings- 
bridge, Devon ; and has Issue — Thomas Arthur Levett- 
Prinsep, Gentleman, b. 1879 [to. 1907, Margaret Noel, d. 
of F. C. Simpson, Esq., of Maypool, S. Devon, and has 
issue— Thomas Francis Levett-Prinsep, Gentleman, b. 
1909; Edward John Levett-Prinsep, Gentleman,*. 1914 
(Res. — Barton-under-Medwo d, Burton-on-Trent)]; Katha- 
rine Mary[/». 1896, Henry Edward Disbrowe Wise, C.B.E., 
of Walton Hall, Burton-on-Trent] ; Georgina Maud ; and 
Edith Marion [m. 191 2, Major Ralph Christopher Apletre, 
M.C., R.A. (formerly Simpson)]. Seat— Croxall Hall. 
Lichfield. Res. — Cotton House, Rugeley. 

LEVICK of Castle Combe (H. Coll.) Argent, a lion 
rampant and nine cross crosslets fitchee in orle sable, 
on a chief gules three fleurs-de-lys of the field. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
upon the battlements of a tower proper, a lion rampant 
sable, collared or, supporting an assegai erect proper. 

Son of John Musgrave Levick, of Burleigh, 
Cheshunt : — 

Sir Hugh Levick, K.B.E. (1918), b. 1870 ; TO. 1892, 
Agnes, d. of James Stout, of Hohokus, New Jersey ; and 
has issue — Hugh Gwynne Levick, Gentleman, b. 1896 ; 
Elizabeth [to. 1919, Walter Ffennell]. Res. — Burleigh 
House, Wynberg, S. Africa. Club — St. James's. 

LEVINGE of High Park, Westmeath. Vert, a chev- 
ron or, in chief three escallops argent. Crest — An 
escallop argent, within a garland proper. Motto — 
" Vestigia nulla retrorsum." 

Son of Sir Richard William Levinge, 10th Bart., 

b. 1878 ; d. 1914 ; to. 1910, Irene Marguerite, d. of 

J. H. Pix, of Bradford, Yorks. :— 

Sir Richard Vere Henry Levinge, nth Bart. (26 Oct. 

1704), of Knockdrin Castle, b. 191 1. Seat — Knockdrin 

Castle, Mullingar, Westmeath. 

Sons of Sir William Henry Levinge, 9th Bart., b. 

1849 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1876, Emily Judith, d. of Sir 

Richard Sutton, 4th Bart. : — 

Thomas Vere Levinge, Esq., Maj. late Northumberland 

Fus., b. 1880. Res. — Pimlico, Synesham, Brackley, 

Northants. 

Reginald Augustus Levinge, Esq., b. 1883; m. 1925, 
Evelyn Mary, d. of Rev. H. E. Robeson, Rector of 
Blunsdon, Wilts. Res.— 
Charles Horace Levinge, Esq., b. 1884. 
Bernard George Levinge, Esq., b. 1887. 
Gerald Henry Levinge, Esq., b. 1889. 

LEVIS (H. Coll.). Or, three chevronels between as 
many eagles displayed sable. Mantling sable and or. 




Crest — Issuant out of a crown vallary or, a demi-eagle 



displayed sable, charged on the breast with three chevronels 
gold. Motto — " Deo juvante." 

Son of Franklin Burr Levis,*. 1834; m. 1857, Rebecca 
Browning, d. of Peter Van Pelt Coppuck : — 
Howard Coppuck Levis, Gentleman, LL. B. , F.S.A., 
Member of the Bars of the States of New Jersey, New 
York, Illinois, Minnesota, and of the Supreme Court of the 
United States, b. 1859; m. 1884, Jane Chester, d. of 
William Abrani Coursen of Elizabeth, New Jersey, U.S.A. ; 
and has issue — Chester Coursen Levis, Gentleman, Litt. B. , 
b. 1885 ; and Edith Chetwood [m. , Lieut. -Comdr. 

Desmond Maxwell, R.N. Res. — 40 Egerton Gardens, 
London, S.W. Clubs — City of London, Cavendish, Rane- 
lagh, Burlington Fine Arts, Swinley Forest Golf, Grolier 
(New York). 

BENN WOLFE LEVY, Gentleman. Born i8sr, being 
the son of Lewis Wolfe Levy, Member of the Legislative 
Council of New South Wales. Armorial bearing-s Sable, 
a wolf rampant or, between two woolpacks in chief proper 
and a mullet of eight points in base of the second. 
Mantling sable and or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the 
colours, a demi-wolf or, holding in the dexter paw a 
mullet of eight points argent, and resting the sinister on a 
woolpack, as in the arms. Motto — " Honore et labore." 
Address — 30 Hyde Park Gate, S.W. 

LEVY (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron invected ermines, 
between two keys erect the wards to the dexter in chief 
sable, and an esquire's helmet in base proper. Mantling 
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 
dexter arm embowed in armour, the hand proper, holding 
a key in bend sinister, the wards upwards sable, and en- 
circled above the elbow with a chaplet of roses argent, 
leaved vert. 

Sons of Joseph Levy, late of Knighton, Leicester, />. 
1829; d. 1899; m. 1855, Cordelia (d. 1906), d. of late 
Michael Hart of Manchester : — 

David Levy, Gentleman, b. 1856; m. 1888, Kate, d. of 
David Benjamin of Westbourne Terrace ; and has issue. 

Frederick David Levy, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.) Barris- 
ter-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1890. Res. — Hove, Sussex. 

Sir Maurice Levy, 1st Bart. (4 Feb. 1913), Knt. Bach. 
(1907), J. P., D.L., and (1926) High Sheriff co. Leics., 
M.P. for Loughborough Div. of Leicestershire 1900-18, 
b. 1859 ; m. 1885, Elise Ray, eld. d. of late Max. Zossenheim 
of Leeds and Harrogate ; and has issue — Ewart Joseph 
Maurice Levy, Esq., b. 1897; Violet Ray; Doris Pamela; 
Alix Ccrdelia; and Norah Sybil [to. 1921, John R. 
Duckworth-King]. Seat — Great Glen, Leicester. Town 
res. — 9 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W.i. Clubs — Reform, 
National Liberal. 

LEVY (H. Coll., 31 Aug. 1922). Sable, a fesse en- 
grailed or, between two octohedron rough diamonds in 
chief proper and a pair of scales in base of the second . 
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a dexter arm in armour, embowed, the hand in 
the act of blessing proper, between two dragons' wings 
gules. Motto — " Spectemur agendo." 

Sons of Aaron Levy, Gentleman, of 38 Hertford 
Street, Mayfair, b. 1818 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1853, 
Marianne, d. of Abraham Hart : — 

Sir John Arthur Levy, Knt. Bach. (1922), b. 1855. 
Res. — 38 Hertford Street, W.i ; The Mount, Cookham 
Dean, Berks. Clubs — Farmers', R.A.C. 

Alexander Michael Levy, Gentleman, b. 1857. Res. — 
38 Hertford Street, W. ; The Mount, Cookham Dean, 
Berks. 

LEVY (H. Coll.). Or, a fesse azure, between, in chief 
two scythes of the second, and in base an oak-tree 
eradicated and fructed proper. Mantling azure and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a winged ram statant 
or. Motto — " Alteri si tibi." 

Son of Abrahamo Elia Levy : — 

Elia Rudolph Levy, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. — 
Birkdale, Lanes. 

LEVY (H. Coll.). Or, on a bend engrailed, between 
in sinister chief, a lion's head erased, and in dexter base, 
two swords in saltire azure, three acorns of the field. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — Issuant out of a crown 
pallisado, a horse's head or, between two roses gules, 
barbed, seeded, leaved, and slipped proper. Badge — A 
rose gules, barbed and seeded proper, between two 



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gillyflowers of the first, all leaved and slipped proper, 
entiled by a circlet, also gules. 

Son of Walter Henry Levy, D.S.O., Maj. R.A.S.C, 

of 4 Lowndes Square, S.W., b. 1876 ; d. 1923 ; m. 

1903, Hon. Nellie Samuel, d. of 1st Viscount 

Bearsted, of Mote, Maidstone : — 
John Henry Levy, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res. — 
54 Lowndes Square, S.W. 

LEVY-LAWSON (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, azure, 
three bars gemel argent, over all a winged morion or ; 
2 and 3, gules, a saltire double parted and fretted or, 
between two rams' heads couped in fesse argent (H. Coll., 
1892). Mantling azure and argent. Crests — 1. on a 
wreath of the colours, in front of a terrestrial globe proper, 
a winged morion or ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a 
ram argent, holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped vert, 
and resting the dexter foreleg on a quatrefoil or. Motto 
—"Of old I hold." 

Sons of Rt.-Hon. Sir Edward Levy-Lawson, 1st Baron 

Burnham, K.C.V.O., principal proprietor of The 

Daily Telegraph, President Institute of Journalists, 

1891-2, J. P., D. L. , an Alderman co. Bucks., b. 1833 ; 

d. 1916; m. 1862, Harriett Gecrgiana (d. 1897), d. 

of Benjamin Nottingham Webster of Pen-y-Craig, 

co. Denbigh : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir Harry Lawson Webster Levy-Lawson, 1st 

Viscount Burnham (16 May 1919), 2nd Baron Burnham 

(13 July 1903), 2nd Bart. (13 Nov. 1892) [Supporters— 

On the dexter, the figure of Clio, the muse of History, 

proper ; and on the sinister, the figure of Hermes, vested 

argent, mantled azure, on the head a winged morion, on 

his heels wings, and in his exterior hand a caduceus or], 

G.C.M.G. (1927), C.H. (1917), LL.D. (Cambridge), LL.D. 

(McGill Univ.), LL.D. (Athens), LL.D. (Perth Univ. 

Australia), D.Litt. (Durham), M.A. (Oxon.), J. P., D.L. 

co. Bucks., Hon. Col. Bucks. Imp. Yeo. , M.P. for West 

St. Pancras 1885-92, for Cirencester Div. co. Gloucester 

1893-5, and for the Tower Hamlets 1905-6 and 1910-16, 

Member London County Council 1889-92 and 1897-1904, 

is Comdr. Legion of Honour, and Order of Leopold 

(Belgium), G.O. Crown of Italy, Star of Roumania, 

Order of the Redeemer (Greece), has Grand Cross 

Order of Leopold II., b. 1862; m. 1894, Olive, d. of 

Gen. Sir Henry de Bathe, 4th Bart. ; and has issue — 

Dorothy Olive [m. 1907, Major the Hon. John Spencer 

Coke, Scots Guards; and has issue]. Seat — Hall Barn, 

Beaconsfield, Bucks. Town res. — 13 Bryanston Square, W. 

Clubs — Mailborough, Athenaeum, Garrick, 

Hon. William Arnold Webster Levy-Lawson, D. S.O. , 
D.L. co. Leicester, Hon. Lt.-Col. in the Army, Maj. Reserve 
of Officers, Lt.-Col. comdg. 10th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in South 
Africa 1900-1, formerly Capt. Scots Guards, b. 1864 ; m. 
1887 (div. 1 91 2), Sybil Mary, d. of Lt.-Col Sir Frederick 
Marshall, K.C.M.6. ; and has issue — Edward Frederick 
Levy-Lawson, Esq., D.S.O., M.C., Maj. and Bt. Lt.-Col. 
R. Bucks. Hussars, late Lieut. -Col. 1st London Yeo., 
served Great War (despatches), b. 1890 [m. 1920, Enid, 
d. of Hugh S. Robson ; and has issue — William Edward 
Harry Levy-Lawson, Esq., b. 1920 ; and Lucia Edith] ; 
and 2 daus. Seal — Barton Court, Kintbury, Hungerford. 
Clubs — Arthur's, Turf, Guards'. 

LEWIN, see ROSS-LEWIN. 

LEWIS, see HAMPTON-LEWIS. 

LEWIS. Per pale argent and gules, a pale, and over all 
three chevronels flory counterflory, all counterchanged. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a lamb passant proper, seme'e of crescents argent, 
holding in the mouth three cinquefoils slipped vert, and 
resting the dexter foreleg on a staff in bend sinister 
proper, therefrom a flag flying to the sinister argent, 
charged with a cross couped gules. Motto — ' ' Duw fo o fy 
rhan." 

Son of Evan Lewis, Esquire, J. P., of Brynderwyn, 
Llandaff, Cardiff, b. 18 — ; d. ; m. 1868, Annie, 
dau. of W. Robinson of Cheltenham : — 
Lewis, Gentleman, b. . Res. — New Zealand. 

LEWIS of Inniskeen (U.O.). Sable, on a chevron ermine 
between three spear-heads argent, a crescent gules. Mant- 
ling sable and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet, a 
plume of five ostrich feathers gules and azure, charged with 



a chevron or, thereon a crescent gules. Motto — " Bidd 

llu hebb llydd. " 

Son of Francis Owen Lewis, Gentleman, Lieut. 
Bombay Inf., b. 1869 ; killed in action, Gras Pan, S.A., 
1899 ; m. Joanna Somerset, d. of Sir Charles Farquhar 
Shand, LL.D. , Chief Justice of the Mauritius: — 
Francis Arthur Harvey Owen Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1888. 

Res.— 

JAMES WINDSOR LEWIS, Gentleman. M.A. (Oxon.), 
19th Hussars, 2nd Lieut. 1900, Lieut. 1902 (S. African War 
1901-2), ret. 1905, Lieut. West Kent Yeo., called to the 
Bar, Inner Teir.ple, 1902. Born 1877, being the son of 
James Lewis, Esq., Justice of the Peace for Glamorgan 
and Brecon, High Sheriff co. Brecon 1882-83, by his wife 
Louisa Catherine, youngest dau. of Rev. William Edwards, 
Vicar of Llangollen. Armorial bearings — Per pale argent 
and gules, a pale and over all three chevronels flory 
counterflory, all counterchanged. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lamb 
passant proper, semee of crescents argent, holding in the 
mouth three cinquefoils slipped vert, and resting the dexter 
fore-leg on a staff in bend sinister proper, therefrom a flag 
flying to the sinister argent, charged with a cross couped 
gules. Motto — "Duw f o ; O fy rhan.'' A/arried, 1905, 
Katherine Henrietta, d. of Maj. -Gen. C. F. Gregorie, C. B. ; 
and has issue — James Charles Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1907. 
£ state — 

LEWIS. Ermine, on a pile gules, between two dragons' 
heads erased in base, a lion rampant all counterchanged. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest On a wreath of the 
colours, a lion rampant ermine, holding in the dexter fore- 
paw a leek erect or, and supporting with the sinister an 
escutcheon argent, charged with a dragon's head erased 
gules. Motto— " Ymlaen." 

Only son of John Penry Lewis, Esq., C.M.G., Ceylon 
Civil Service and Mem. of Legislative Council of 
Ceylon, b. 1854 ; d. ; m. 1894, Violet Marion U. , 

d. of late Joseph Anderson of Ankerwyke, Bucks.: — 
Walter Alan Scott Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1907. Address — 
Lincoln College, Oxford. 

Sir WALTER LLEWELLYN LEWIS Knight, Bar- 
rister-at-Law (Middle Temple), M.A. and Gold Medallist in 
Experimental Science(Queen's,now National Univ. .Ireland), 
joined Northern and afterwards S. Wales and Chester Cir- 
cuit, Chief Justice of British Honduras 1900-6, formerly 
Senior Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Trinidad and 
Tobago. Born Nov. 13, 1849, being the eldest son of the 
late Rev. John Lewis of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, by Sarah, 
dau. of Rev. Walter Scott. Armorial bearings Ermine, 
on a pile gules, between two dragons' heads erased in base, 
a lion rampant, all counterchanged. Mantling gules and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant 
ermine, holding in the dexter forepaw a leek erect or, and 
supporting with the sinister an escutcheon argent, charged 
with a dragon's head erased gules. Motto- "Ymlaen." 
Married, July 23, 1887, Jane Mary (R.I.), second dau. of 
the late J. R. Dealy of London. Residence— 27 Shooter's 
Hill Road, Blackheath.S. E. Clubs— Royal Thames Yacht, 
Union (Port of Spain, Trinidad). 

LEWIS of Senghenydd (H. Coll.) Sable, a lion ramp- 
ant argent, over all a fesse or charged with three bees 
volant proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On 
a wreath of the colours, an eagle displayed azure, charged 
on the breast with a bee volant or. and holding in the 
beak a roll of paper argent. Supporters — On either side a 
lion rampant argent charged on the shoulders with a bezant 
therein a bee volant proper. Mottoes— " Gwna a ddylit 
doed a ddel," " Hirbarhad." Livery — Dark blue, and gold 
buttons. 

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir William Thomas Lewis, G.C. V.O. , 
1st Baron Merttnr, b. 1837; d. 1914; m. 1864, Anne 
(d. 1902), d. of William Rees, Colliery Proprietor, of 
Lletty Shenkin House, Aberdare:— 
Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Clark Lewis, 2nd Baron Merthyr 
of Senghenydd, co. Glamorgan (24 June ignj.anda Bart. 
(15 Feb. 1896), D.L. Pembrokeshire, High Sheriff Pem- 
brokeshire 1907 and Radnorshire 1914, b. 1866 ; m. 1899, 
Elizabeth Anna (d. 1925), elder d. of late Major-Gen. 
Richard Short Couchman, Madras S.C. ; and has issue— 
Hon. William Brereton Couchman Lewis, Barrister-at-Law 
(Inner Temple), b. 1901 ; and Hon. Anne Elizabeth Mary 



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Llywelyn. Estates — Various farms and mineral property 
in the counties of Brecon, Glamorgan, Pembroke, &c. Seat 
— Hean Castle, Saundersfoot, Pembi okeshire. Town res. 
— 125 Victoria Street, S.W. Club — Jun. Carlton. 

LEWIS of Essendon Place (H. Coll.). Azure, a 
lymphad and in chief three spear-heads argent. Mantling 
azure and argent. Crest — On a^ wreath of the colours, 
upon two spears in saltire gules, headed argent, a 
butterfly or. Motto — " Animo et fide." 

Son of Edmund Lewis, of West Hartlepool, b. 1834 ; 

d. 1882 ; m. 1868, Elizabeth, d. of John Dent, of 

Weardale : — 
Sir Frederick William Lewis, 1st Bart, (n Feb. 1918), 
Comm. Legion of Honour, Crown of Italy, and of th^ 
Order of the Couronne, b. 1870 ; m. 1896, Daisy Ellen, d. 
of Robert Henry Harrison of West Hartlepool ; and has 
issue — Brian Edmund Lewis, Esq., b. 1903; Frieda [m. 
1927, Ian Patrick Napier]. Seat — -Essendon Place, 
Essendon, Herts. Town res. — 1 1 Charles Street, Berkeley 
Square, W. Clubs — Royal Societies, Reform, Royal 
Thames Yacht. 

LEWIS (H. Coll., 1902). Ermine, a flaming sword erect 
proper, pommel and hilt or, between two lions rampant 
addorsed gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On 
a wreath of the colours, a stock of a tree eradicated proper, 
thereon an owl with wings expanded sable, holding in the 
dexter claw a flaming sword as in the arms. Motto — " Je 
meurs oil je m'attache." 

Only son of Sir George James Graham Lewis, 2nd Bart. , 

b. 1868 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1896, Marie, d. of Emil Hirsch of 

Rheinstrasse, Mannheim : — 

Sir George James Ernest Lewis, 3rd Bart. (1 Aug. 1902), 

■b. 1910. Seat — The Grange, Rottingdean, Sussex. Town 

res. — 43 Bryanston Square, S.W. 

LEWIS of Banstead (H. Coll., 12 July 1921). Paly 
of eight argent and gules, over all a lion rampant sable, 
on a chief per pale or and of the second, two lions passant 
counterchanged. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 




General Manager of the National Provincial Bank, Ltd., 
Director of Bank of British West Africa Ltd., and of 
Yorkshire Penny Bank Ltd., b. 1868 ; m. 1897, May, 
d. of the late William Roberts, of Allerton House, 
Chapel Allerton, nr. Leeds ; and has issue — Edward 
Roberts Lewis, Esq., b. 1900 [m. 1923, Mary Margaret, 
d. of Rev. G. D. Hutton, of Summerfield House, Dunbar] ; 
Nancy Roberts, M.B., B.S. (London) ; Freda Elizabeth 
[m. 1924, Flight-Lieut. Edgar Kingston - McCloughty, 
D.S.O., D.F.C.]; Margaret May. Res. — Coneybury, Lower 
Kingswood, Surrey. Clubs — Reform, City of London. 

LEWIS formerly of Parwich (H. Coll.). Sable, a 
chevron cottised between three trefoils slipped in pairle or. 
Mantling sable and or. Crest — Issuant out of an Eastern 
crown or, a plume of five ostrich feathers sable, the centre 




On a wreath of the colours, a wolf sejant proper, resting 
the dexter paw on an escarbuncle or. Motto — " Lahore 
vinces." 

Son of Rev. John Lewis, of Birmingham : — 
Sir Alfred Edward Lewis, Knt. Bach. (192 1), Chief 



one charged with a mascle gold. Motto — " Spe tutiores 
armis." Livery — Black and gold. 

Sons of Samuel Lewis, of Grosvenor House, Waltham- 
stow, Essex, b. 1838; d. 1887; m. 1861, Susan, d. 
of Rev. John Edmund Carr, of Holbrook Hall, co. 
Derby : — 

Rev. Claud Edmund Lewis, B.A. (Camb.), J. P., late 
High Sheriff co. Radnor, Vicar of Parwich 1904-11, 
b. 1863 ; m. 1901, Elizabeth Mary, d. of late Rev. 
William Gray, M.A., of Lansdowne Crescent, London; 
and has issue — Claud John Ledston Lewis, Lieut. R. 
Welsh Fusiliers, b. 1905. Seat — Evancoyd, Walton, co. 
Radnor. Club — Connaught. 

Rev. Eric Lewis, B.A. (Camb.), Clerk in Holy Orders, 
b. 1864; m. 1887, Alice, d. of Cazimir Pongowski, Officer 
Polish Army, son of Count Pongowski, of Poland, and 
has issue. Res. — 3 Lonsdale Terrace, Edinburgh. 

Ernest Carr Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1865 ; m. 1900, 
Sarah Elizabeth, d. of the late George Allsop, of 
Brumpton, Berks. Res. — Hermitage Road, Parkstone, 
Dorset. 

Rev. Arthur Thomas Lewis, B.A. (Camb.), Clerk in 
Holy Orders, b. 1866 ; m. 1902, Margaret, d. of the late 
Rev. H.Williams, Rector of Bleasby, Notts., and has 
issue. Res. — Shawbury Vicarage, Salop. 

Gerald William Lewis, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb.), 
b. 1872. Res. — Hallcliffe Hall, Parwich, co. Derby. 

Frank Oswald Lewis, Esq., Capt. R.N., i>. 1873; tn. 
1920, Enid Mary, d. of Rev. Alfred Green-Price, Vicar of 
Tarrington. Hereford. A'es. — Clatterbrune, Prestigne. 
Radnorshire. 

LEWIS (H. Coll.). Azure, a stag springing or, within 
an orle of eight mullets argent. Mantling azure and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stag sejant 
proper, between two wings or. Motto — " Nitor in 
adversum." 



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Son of James Lewis, of Pontlottlyn, co. Glamorgan, 

b. ; m. : — 

Henry Gethin Lewis, Esq., J. P., and (1920) High 

Sheriff co. Glamorgan, b. 1872 ; m. 1897, Annie, d. 

of Jenkin Llewellyn, of Penarth. Res. — Porthkerry, nr. 

Barry, co. Glamorgan. Club — Devonshire. 

LEWIS (H. Coll.). Per chevron gules and argent, a 
chevron per chevron ermine and ermines, two rams' heads 
caboshed in chief of the second, and an oak-tree eradicated 
and fructed in base proper. Mantling gules and argent. 




Crest — On a wreath ot the colours, upon a rock prop 1 , an 

oak-tree as in the arms, between two fleurs-de-lys gules. 

Motto—" O nerth i nerth." Livery— Claret, with red and 

white facings. 

Only surv. son of Hugh Lewis, Esq., M.A. (Camb. ), 
J. P. and (1902) High Sheriff co. Montgomery,*, i860; 
d. 1921 ; m. 1905, Eveline Martha, J. P. co. Mont- 
gomery, d. of Capt. Thomas Griffiths : — 
Hugh Peter Meredith Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. 

— Glan Hafren, Newtown. 

LEWIS (H. Coll.). Argent, on a pile gules between 
two fleurs-de-lys seeded in base, ahorse rampant all counter- 
changed. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a 
wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect vested per chevron 
gules and argent, cuffed of the last, charged with two fleurs- 
de-lys palewise counterchanged, the hand proper, grasping 
a spade in bend sinister or. Motto — " Floreatqui laborat." 
Sons of Isaac Lewis, Gentleman, of Cape Town, 
S. Africa, b. 1849; d. ; m. 1874, Sarah Anne 

(d. ), d. of Henry Ticton, of Hull :— 

Henry David Lewis, Esq., served Great War 1915-18 
as Lieut. R.N.V.R., b. 1875 ; m. 1919, Eileen, d. of 
Major T. J. McNamara, of co. Cork, and has issue— 2 daus. 
Seat — Cambwell Priory, Goudhurst, Kent. Town res. — 
14 Stratton Street, Piccadilly, London, W. Clubs— Bath 
R.A.C. 

Roy Lewis, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Vereeniging, 

Transvaal. 

LEWIS (Arms of ancient origin Ped.^H. Coll.). Argent, 
a dragon's head erased vert, holding in the mouth a 
dexter hand couped gules, quartering Caradoc Vraich 
Vras, Howell of Caerleon, and Howell Dda. Motto — 
" Ar dduw y Gyd." Livery — Undress, drab, with green 
facings, and silver buttons. 

Eldest son of Ebenezer Miles Lewis, Esq., J. P. 

cos. Glamorgan and Monmouth, b. 1823 ; d. 1907 ; 

m. 1853, Sarah, d. of Thomas Edwards, of Twvn 

Cam, Rhymney, co. Monmouth : — 
Thomas Edward Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1854 ; m. 1895, 
Kate {d. 1898), d. of John Henry Brierley, of St. Mary 
Cray, Kent ; and has issue — Kate Brierley. Res. — 
Stewart House, Weston-super-Mare. 

Only son of William Henry Lewis, Gentleman, of 



Dulcherra, Cachar, Bengal, b. 1865 ; d. 190 1 ; m. 
1897, Anna Frances, d. of James Young, of Rock- 
mount, Helensburgh : — 
Thomas Reginald Sale Lewis, Gentleman, Sub. -Lieut. 
R.N. (ret.), b. 1898. Res.— Australia. 

Sons of Henry Lewis, Esq., J. P. co. Glamorgan, 

b. 1850 ; d. 1916 ; m. 1877, Katherine Hannah, d. 

of Owen Davies : — 

Henry Lester Lewis, Esq., D.S.O., Lieut. -Col. R.E. 

(ret.), served Tibet Exped. (1903), and Great War, b. 

1879 ; m. 1906, Myfanwy, d. of Archdeacon Davis ; 

and has issue : — Henry Clifford Lewis, Gentleman, b. 

1907 ; David Lester Lewis, Gentleman, b. 1908. Res. — 

Kelso House, Bath. 

Sir Thomas Lewis, Knt. Bach., C.B.E., F.R.S., M.D., 
F.R.C.P., D.Sc, m. 1916, Alice Lorna Treharne, d. of 
Frank Treharne James, of Merthyr Tydfil ; and has 
issue — Thomas Henry Christopher Lewis, Esq., b. 1923 ; 
and Patricia Treharne. Res. — 10 Chesterfield Gardens, 
Hampstead, N.W.3. 

Clifford Michael Lewis, Gentleman, B.A., LL.B. (Can- 
tab.), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1885. Res. — 13 Camden 
Crescent, Bath. 

LEWIS-BARNED (R.L., 1858, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, azure, two leopards' faces jessant-de-lys in paie 
argent, between as many flaunches ermine (Earned) ; 2 and 
3, per saltire or and vert, four oak leaves counterchanged 
(Lewis). Mantling azure and argent. Crest— 1. on a 




wreath of the colours, a female in a sitting attitude, vested 
azure, and holding in the dexter hand a sickle proper 
(Barned) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, upon the trunk of 
a tree fessewise and eradicated proper, a gryphon segreant 
or, holding in the dexter claw a trefoil vert. Motto — 
" Benigno numine." Livery — Blue. 

Only son of J. Lewis-Barned, Gentleman (formerly 
Lewis), b. 1817 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1859, Emily Eliza, d. 
of A. de Symons (son of Baron Lyon de Symons) : — 
Major Harry Barned Lewis-Barned, D.L. J. P. London, 
late R.G.A. (Mil.), promoted Major in Reserve of Officers 
for services in R.A., 1900-3, Hon. Capt. in Army, served 
S. Africa and Great War, Alderman Paddington Borough 
Council, Member of the London County Council, repre- 
senting South Paddington since March 1910, b. i860; 
m. 1895, Lily, elder d. of late Alfred Louis Cohen, L.C.C. ; 
and has issue — De Symons Harry Lewis-Barned, Esq. , 
M.C., Capt. Q. O. Roy. West Kent Regt., b. 1898 [m. 
1926, Dorothy Kathleen, d. of the late Frederic S. Franklin, 
and has issue — John Frederic De Symons Lewis-Barned, 
Gentleman, b. 1927] ; and Kathleen Emily. Res. — 3 
Sussex Square, London, W. Clubs — United Service, 
Royal Automobile, Dover (Dover). 

LEWTHWAITE of Broadgate (H. Coll., 22 April 
1816). Ermine, a cross flory azure, fretty or. Crest — A 
garb or, bound by a serpent r.owed proper, holding in the 
mouth a cross crosslet fitchee gules. Motto — "Virtus ad 
aethera tendens. " Livery — Dark blue. 

Son of Sir William Lewthwaite, 1st Bart., J. P. and 



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D. L. co. Cumberland, B.D. (Camb.), 6. 1853 ; d. 1927 ; 

m. 1881, Helena Jane, d. of Charles Challinor of Basford 

Hall, Stoke-upon-Trent : — 
Sir Wjlliam Lewthwaite, 2nd Bart. (26 Jan. 1927), J. P., 
C.C. Cu mberland, b. 1882 ; m. 1910, Beryl MaryStopford 
only child of Maj. Stopford Corby Hickman of Fenloe, 
and has issue — William Anthony Lewthwaite, Esq. , b. 191 2 ; 
Rainald Gilfrid Lewthwaite, Esq., b. 1913; and Gilfrid 
Maclver Lewthwaite, Esq., b. 1922. Estates— Broad- 
gate and other property in cos. of Cumberland and Lan- 
cashire. Post. add. — Broadgate, Broughton-in-Furness, 
Cumberland. 

Sons of George Lewthwaite of Littlebank, Settle, 

Yorks., Esq., J. P., b. 1839; rf - J*? 12 ! m - 1864, 

Margaret, d. of Christopher Atkinson of Ivy Tree, nr. 

Ulverston, co. Lancaster : — 
John Gilfred Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. 1866. Res — . 
William Atkinson Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. 1867 ; 
m. 1896 ; and has issue — Violet and Margaret. Res. — 

Rev. George Lewthwaite, Vicar of Worlaby, b. 1868 ; 
m. 1898, widow of Henry Marshall Gainsborough ; and 




has issue — George K Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. 1899 ; 

John Gilfrid Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. ; Charles 

Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. ; and Mary. Res. — Mil- 

verton Vicarage, Warwick. 
Arthur Edwyn Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. — 
Alfred Lewthwaite, Gentleman, b. 1877; m. 1911, 

Dorothy Bertha, widow of Col. C. J. O'Neill Ferguson, 

R.E. , and d. of Rev. W. H. West of Bath ; and has issue 

— Jeanette. Res. — 

LEY (H. Coll., 1888). Argent, a bend lozengy gules, 
between two broken tilting-spears erect of the last. Mantling; 
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in 
front of a cubit arm in armour, holding in the hand a broken 
tilting-spear in bend sinister proper, four lozenges conjoined 
fessewise gules. Motto— "Post mortem spero vitam." 
Badge (20 May 1913, H. Coll.) — An unicorn's head sable, 
erased gules, armed, and the neck encircled by an annulet 
gold. Livery — Drab, with red facings. 

Son of Sir Francis Ley, 1st Bart, of Epperstone Manor, 

J. P. Derbysh. and Notts. (High Sheriff 1905), b. 1846 , 

d. 1916; m. 1st, 1870, Georgina Townsend id. 1886), 

d. of George Willis of Aislaby Hall, Whitby ; 2nd, 

1888, Alison Catherine, d. of John Jobson, Esq., J. P., 

of Spondon, co. Derby : — 

Sir Henry Gordon Ley, 2nd Bart., of Epferstone Manor 

(27 Dec. 1905), J. P. Cumberland, Derbyshire and Derby, 

late Major T.F. Res., Lord of the Manors of Lazonby, 

Glassonby, Straffield and Kirkoswald, Cumberland, b. 1874; 

m. 1st, 1899, Rhoda (who obtained a divorce 1927), d. of 

Herbert Prodgers, Esq., J. P., of Kington St. Michael, 

Chippenham ; 2nd, 1927, Mabel, d. of late Sir Philip 

Brocklehurst ; and has issue — Gerald Gordon Ley, Esq., b. 

1902; Francis Douglas Ley, Esq., b. 1907; and Mary 



Rhoda. Seats — Lazonby Hall, Lazonby, Cumberland; 
Furze Down, King's Somborne, Hants. Clubs— Flyfishers' , 
R.A.C., Derbyshire County, Cumberland County. 

LEY (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron sable, between three 
seals' heads couped proper. Mantling sable and argent. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant. Motto 
— " Vincendo victus." 

Eld. son of Lt.-Col. Hugh Halse Ley, b. 1851 ; d. 

1906 ; m. 1877, Edith Harriet, d. of Col. John Richard 

Blagden Hale, 1st Life Gds., and 3rd Light Dragoons, 

of Bradley Court, Glos. : — 
Arthur Edwin Hale Ley, Esq., O.B.E., Lt.-Col. Royal 
Deccan Horse, Indian Army, b. 1879 ; m. 1909, Ena Doris, 
3rd d. of Charles Ernest Gwynne-Harrison ; and has issue 
— Hugh Marlborough Hale Ley, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; and 
Josephine Diana. Res. — Treworgan-Vean, Yateley, Hants. 
Club — Cavalry. 

LEYCESTER of Toft (H. Coll.). Azure, a fesse or, 
fretty gules, between three fleurs-de-lys of the second. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a roebuck per pale or and gules, attired of the 
second, holding in its mouth an acorn branch proper. 

Son of Ralph Gerard Leycester of Toft Hall, /'. 1817 ; 

d. 185 1 ; m. 1840, Emily Elizabeth, d. of Charles 

Tyrwhitt Jones, Esq. : — 
The late Rafe Oswald Leycester, Gentleman, b. 1844 ; d. 
1929 ; m. 1st, 1867, Edith (d. 1908), d. of Hubert de Burgh 
of West Drayton, Middx. ; 2nd, 1924, Augustine Eugenie, 
d. of the late Nicholas FiancoisCailliot, of Lisieur Calvados. 
Seat — Toft Hall, Knutsford. 

Sons of Edward Hugh Leycester Penrhyn, Esq., J. P. 

and D.L. Surrey, J. P. Hants., b. 1827; d. 1919 ; m. 

1853, Vere (d. 1900), d. of Robert Gosling of Botley's 

Park, Surrey, and Hassobury, Essex: — 
Arthur Leycester Penrhyn, Esq., J. P. D.L.Surrey, Barr.- 
at-Law, late Major 6th Batt. E. Surrey Regt., served 
Great War, b. 1866. Res. — Upper Childown, Long Cross, 
Chertsey. Club — New University. 

George Leycester Penrhyn, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; m. 1901, 
Marion Alice, d. of William Beauman Kennedy ; and has 
issue — Vere. Res. — 

Son of Rev. Oswald Henry Leycester Penrhyn, Rector 

of Winwick and Hon. Canon of Liverpool, b. 1828; 

d. 1918 ; m. 1862, Charlotte, d. of late Edmund Hornbv 

of Dalton Hall :— 
Charles Windham Leycester Penrhyn-Hornby [q.v. ). 

LEYLAND, see NAYLOR-LEYLAND. 

LEYLAND (R.L., 30 Dec. 1893, H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1 
and 4, ermine, on a fesse engrailed sable, between nine ears 
of barley, three, three, and three vert, banded or in chief, 




and three like ears in base, a lion passant of the last between 
two escallops argent (for Leyland) ; 2 and 3, per pale or 
and argent, a pale sable, fretty of the first, between two 
lions rampant of the third (for Naylor). Mantling sable 
and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a mount 
vert, thereon an escallop argent, surmounted by a demi- 



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eagle erminois, wings endorsed azure, bezant^e, in the mouth 
three ears of barley as in the arms (for Leyland) ; 2. upon 
a wreath of the colours, a lion passant sable, charged on 
the body with two saltires in fesse or, and resting the dexter 
fore-paw upon an escutcheon in bend of the arms (for 
Naylor). Motto — "Fidus et audax." 

Sons of Christopher John Leyland, Esq. , of Haggerston 

Castle, J. P., Sub-Lieutenant R.N., b. 1849; d. 1926; 

m. 1st, 1874, Eveiilda Elizabeth (d. 1890), eldest d. of 

the late Ralph Creyke, Esq., of Rawcliffe, Yorks. ; m. 

2nd, 1892, Helen Dora, eldest d. of Digby Cayley, Esq. 

(second son of Sir Digby Cayley, Bart.) : — 

Christopher Digby Leyland, Esq., Capt. Res. of Officers 

late 1st Life Gds. , b. 1892 ; m. 1916, Sylvia Evelyn, d. of 

Sir I. R. G. Cotterell, and has issue — John Christopher 

Michael Leyland, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; Pamela Cicely ; 

and Anne Marigold. Seat — Haggerston Castle, Beal, 

Northumberland. Clubs — Carlton, Guards'. 

Stanley Cuthbert Leyland, Gentleman, b. 1901. 
Robert Clive Leyland, Gentleman, b. 1903. 

LEYTON (H. Coll.). Gules, on a pale or between 
two roses argent, barbed and seeded proper, a caduceus 
also proper. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, an oak-tree fructed proper, suspended 
therefrom an escutcheon or, charged with a caduceus 
as in the arms. Motto — " Per scientiam vis." 
Son of Joseph Grunbaum : — 

Albert Sidney Frankau Leyton (formerly Grunbaum), 
Esq., M.A., M.D., D.Sc. Cambs. ; F.R.C.P., Prof, of 
Pathology and Clinical Lecturer, University of Leeds, 
Major (T.F.) R.A.M.C, assumed, 26 July 1915, the sur- 
name of Leyton in lieu of Grunbaum, b. 1869 ; m. 1909, 
Helen Gertrude, widow of Robert Stewart, M.D. ; and 
has issue. Res. — 

LIBERTY, see STEWART-LIBERTY. 

LICHFIELD, Earl of, see ANSON. 

CHARLES OSWALD LIDDELL, Esquire, Captain 




June 27, 1854, being the eldest son of the late William 
Hodgson Liddell of Edinburgh, by his wife Catherine, dau. 
of Charles Oswald. Armorial bearings — Argent, three 
mullets of six points in bend purpure, pierced of the field, 
between two lions rampant of the second, billett^e or. 
Mantling purpure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a lion rampant purpure, billettee, surmounted on 
the head by a mullet of six points pierced or, and resting 
the dexter hind leg on a like mullet. Motto — " Unus et 
idem." Married, April 13, 1880, Elizabeth Kate, dau. of 
William Birt ; and has Issue— (1) Percy William Oswald 
Liddell, Gentleman, b. Sept 9, 1881 ; (2) Kenneth Charles 
Liddell, Gentleman, b. July 16, 1883; (3) Norman Oswald 
Liddell, Gentleman, b. March 16, 1886 ; (4) Charles Bertram 
Liddell, Gentleman, b. Oct. 2, 1889; Dorothy Catherine 
Mary ; Marion Bessie ; and Enid Muriel. Residence — 
Shirenewton Hall, Chepstow. Club— R.A.C., Thatched 
House, R.Y.S. 

LIDDELL (H. Coll., 7 May 1919). Or, on a fesse 
bretessed azure three fleurs-de-lys of the field, in chief 
two grenades fired proper. Mantling azure and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, issuant from an Eastern 
crown or, a demi-Bengal tiger proper, holding between 
the paws a grenade sable. Motto — " Fas." 

Son of William Byam Liddell, of Madras, b. 1836; d. 
1902 ; m. 1863, jane, d. of Andrew Maclure, of 
London : — 

Maj.-Gen. Sir William Andrew Liddell, K.C.M.G.,C.B., 
Dir. of Works and Buildings, Air Ministry 1924-8, Officer 
Legion of Honour, Comdr. Order of the Crown (Belgium), 
b. 1865 ; m. 1st, 1894, Ada Lilian (d. 1915), d. of J. 
Livesey ; 2nd, 192 1, Helen Gladys, d. of Charles Murdoch, 
of Buckhurst, Wokingham, and widow of Brig.-Gen. J. A. 
Tanner; and has issue (by 1st marriage) — Jean Evelyn 
[w. 1918, Capt. Sir Colin Jardine, Bart., D.S.O., M.C.]. 
Seat — The Manor House, Finchampstead, Berks. Clnb 
— United Service. 

LIDDELL (H. Coll.). Argent, fretty gules, two 
Haunches or, on a chief of the second an estoile between 
two leopards' heads erased andt affrontee of the third. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 




1st Monmouthshire Regt. , served in the Great War 19 15- 
i6 ; J. P., and(i9i8) High Sheriff for Monmouthshire. Bom 



colours, two hands clasped proper, surmounted by a cross 
crosslet gules, between two wings or. Motto — " Constans 
ct fidelis." 

Sons of John Liddell, Esq., J. P., of Benwell Hall, 
Northumberland,^. 1811 ; d. 1888; m. 1847, Susanna 
Mitcalfe, d. of Cuthbert Smith Fenwick of Red Barns, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne : — 
Matthew Liddell, Esq., J. P. for N.R., Yorks, b. 1850; 
m. 1st, 1875, Hannah Delaval, d. of Major William Adam- 
son, 3rd (Mil.) Batt. Northumberland Fus. ; 2nd, 1914., 
Rose Adelaide, d. of Frederick Lawrence, of Kalmar, 
Southampton ; and has issue — Evelyn Mary [m. 1905, 
Cuthbert David Giffard Riddell of Felton Park and Swin- 



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burne Castle]. Seat— Stillington Hall, York. Clubs— 
R.A.C., Yorkshire (York), Northern Counties (Newcastle-on- 
Tyne). 

John Liddell, Esq. (a.v. ). 

JOHN LIDDELL, Esquire, J. P. co. Northumberland. 
Born March 29, 1852, being the second son of John Liddell, 
by his wife Susanna Mitcalfe, dau. of Cuthbert Smith 
Fenwick. Armorial bearings— Argent, fretty gules, two 
flaunches or, on a chief of the second an estoile between 
two leopards' heads erased and affrontee of the third 




Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, 
with a Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon 
a wreath of the colours, two hands clasped proper, sur- 
mounted by a cross crosslet gules, between two wings or ; 
with the Motto, " Constans et fidelis." Married, January 
19, 1887, Emily Catherine, second daughter of the late Maj. 
Henry A. Berry, 26th Cameronians ; and has had Issue — 
(i) John Aidan Liddell, Gentleman, b. August 3. 1888; 
d. 31 Aug. 1925 ; (2) Cuthbert Henry Liddell, Gentleman, 
b. August 13, 1892 ; (3) Lancelot Charles Liddell, 
Gentleman, b. May 17. 1894 ; Dorothy Mary ; Mary 
Monica ; and -Veronica Mildred. Seat — Sherfield Manor, 
Basingstoke. Club — Bath. 

LIDWILL (U.O.) Argent, fretty gules, on a chief 
engrailed azure, a leopard passant gnardant between two 
fleurs-de-lysor. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon 
a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant sable, crowned 
with an Irish crown or, and charged on the shoulder with a 
fieur-de-lys as in the arms. Motto — " Vis unita fortior." 
Sons of Geo-ge Lidwill, Esq., J. P., H n. Major 19th 
Regt., b. 1828; d. 1908 ; m. 1st, 1863, Edith Wheatley 
(d. 1877), d. of Henry Adams of Kensington : - 
George John Frederick Lidwill, Gentleman, late Lieut. 
19th Princess of Wales' Own Hussars, b. 1869. Res — 
S. Africa. 

Robert Arthur Lidwill, Esq., Brcv.-Col., late comdg. 3rd 
Batt. R.I. Fus.. J. P. co. Tipp rary, Barrister-at-Law, 
B. A. (Dub. 1, b. 1871 ; m, 1909, E hth Gustava d. of Robert 
Gabb 't Parker of Ballvvalley, Killaloe ; and has issue — 
Ge rge Ronald Lidwill, Gentleman, b. 1912: Robert 
Peisley Lidwill, Gentleman, b. 1914; Arthur Gabbet 
Lidwill, Gentleman, b. 1920. Seat — Dromard, Temple- 
more, co. Tipperary. 



GEORGE ENGLEBERTS LIEBENROOD, Esq., 
formerly Major Northamptonshire Regt. , J. P. Berks. Born 
1847, being the eldest son of the late Captain Liebenrood of 
Prospect Hill, by Elizabeth, dau. of Lemuel Cambridge of 
Richmond, Canada. Armorial bearings — Argent, three 
bendlets sable, on a chief gules, a demi-stag issuant of the 
first, a canton for difference. Mantling sable and argent ; 
and for his Crest, out of an Eastern crown gules, the crown 
charged with a cross crosslet or for difference, two unicorns' 
horns argent, wreathed vert. 

LIFFORD, Viscount, see HEWITT. 

LIGHTON (U.O., 27 July 1791). Barry of eight argent 
and vert, a lion rampant radially crowned or, armed and 
langued azure, on a canton of the last, an Irish harp 
proper. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath 
of the colours, a lion's head erased and crowned as in the 
aims. Motto — " Fortitudine et prudentia." 

Sons of Rev. Sir Christopher Robert Lighton, 6th 

Bart., M.A., Vicar of Ellastone, Staffs., b. 1819 ; d. 

1875; m. 1843, Mary Anne Elizabeth, only d. of Rev. 

Digby Joseph Stopford Ram of Brookville, co. Cork: — 
Sir Christopher Robert Lighton, 7th Bart. (1 March 
1791), Barrister-at-Law, J. P. and D.L. Herefordshire (High 
Sheriff 1885), b. 1848; m. 1880, Helen Frances, d. of late 
James Houldsworth of * oltness, co. Lanark ; and has 
issue — Christopher Robert Lighton, Esq., late K.R.RC, 
b. 1897 [m. 1926, Rachel Gwendoline, d. of Rea -Adml. 
G od idge, ot Rudgwick Grange, Sussex ; and has issue — 
Bridget Mary (Club — Naval and Militaiy)] ; Mabel Katha- 
rine Mary ; Winifred Helen \_m. 1922, Ho atio John Ross 
of Ro-Me, N.B. ; and has issue]; and Florence Hamilton 
[m. 1923, Maj"r Alexander E. Stewart, M.C., The 
Cameronians ; and has is^ue]. Res. — Donoughmore, North 
Berwick. Club — Oxford and Cambridge. 

Andrew Hamilton Digby Lighton, Esq., late R.N., b. 
1850 ; m. 1897, Anna Elizaoeth, d. of H. E. 1 ount de 
Zuylen de Nyevelt of The Hague, Member of Council of 
State. Res. — West Bank, Ashfieid, Ross-on-Wye. 

Rev. laud Hamilton Dallas Lighton, M.A. (Camb. ), 
formerly Rector of Credenhill, b. i860; m. 1895, Georgina 
Caroline, d. of Rev. Patrick Leslie Miller and widow of 
H. H. Taylor. Res. — Lyonshall, Hereford. 

LILFORD, Baron, see POWYS. 

JOSEPH EDWARD LILLEY, Esquire, J. P. co. ol 
Middlesex, High Sheriff of Middlesex 1904. Born 1850, 
being the youngest son of Timothy Marshall Lilley of Bene- 
field, Northants. Armorial bearings— Azure, on a pile 
between two fiVurs-de-lys in base argent, a lily of the valley 
eradicated proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect proper, 
charged with a fleur-de-lys argent, and holding in the hand 
two lilies of the valley leaved and slipped in saltire also 
proper. Motto — "In arduis fortior." Married, 1876, 
Emma, dau. of William Harris of Peterborough, North- 
ants. Address — 

LILLINGSTON, see INNES-LILLINGSTON. 

LILLINGSTON of Ulvercroft (R.L., 27 March 1859, 
H. Coll.). Argent, two chevronels between ns many 
griffins" heads erased in chief and a palmer's scrip in base 
gules (Johnson). Mantling gules and argent. Crest — 
Upon a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head erased per 
fesse argent and gules, holding in the beak a palmer's scrip 
of the last. Livery — Green, with red waistcoat. 

Son of William Geo ge Lillingston, Esq., Capt. Royal 
Irish Rifles (ret. 1901), J. P. (discontinued the name of 
Johnson by Deed Pol only, dated Dec. 21, 1894), b. 
1864 ; d. 1914 ; m. 1903, Olive Theodora, d. of Edmund 
Theodore Doxat of Woodgreen Park, Cheshunt : — 
Luke Theo lore Lillingston, Gentleman, b. 1907. Seat— 
Ulverscroft. in the co. of Leicester. 

LIMERICK, Earl of, see PERY. 

LIND (H. Coll). Quarterly, gules and azure, in the 

second and third quarters two bars wavy argent, the whole 

surmounted by as many tilting-spears in saltire, in chief a 

fleur-de-lys, in fesse two annulet-., and in base an anchor 

! rect, all or. Mantling gules and or Create— In front of a 

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tower argent, surmounted by an annulet azure, two branches 
of laurel in saltire vert, between as many wings, that on the 




dexter also azure, and that on the sinister gules. Motto — 
" Honor et Veritas." 

Sons of George Martin Lind, Gentleman, b. 1843; 

d. 1904; m. 1866, Catharine, d. of James Tate of 

Brighton: — 
George James Lind, Gentleman, F.S.A. Scot., F.S.G. , b. 
1869; m. 1st, 1900, Ada Louisa (d. 1917), d. of William 
Geary of Markfield, Leics. ; 2nd, 1917, Rose, d. of Charles 
Samuel Bowman, of Ashwell, Herts. ; and has surv. issue 
— (1) George Victor Lind, Gentleman, b. 1901 ; (2) Charles 
Udny Lind, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; (3) Alexander Udny 
Lind, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; Alice Margaret; and Helen 
Muriel. Seat — " Ulimbah," Ashburton Road, Addiscombe. 
Res. —Golgotha , Oporto , Portugal. Clubs — Royal Societies, 
Oporto British Club (Oporto), Royal British (Lisbon). 

John Halifax Lind, Gentleman, b. 1875; m. 1914, 
Marguerite Irene, d. of Emile de Maligny De Lessaire ; 
and has issue — John Eric Lind, Gentleman, b. 1915. Res. 
Bank House, Nagasaki, Japan. Clubs — Thatched House, 
Manila British (Manila), Yokohama United (Yokohama, 
Japan); Nagasaki British (Nagasaki). 

LIND of Gorgie (L.O. , 1738). Gules, two spears in 
saltire between a mullet in chief and a crescent in base 
argent, all within a bordure of the last, charged with four 
fleurs-de-lys and as many annulets alternately azure. Mant- 
ling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his 
liveries, two sprigs of laurel in saltire proper. Motto — 
" Semper virescit virtus." 

Son of late Francis Macan Lind, Gentleman, 
E.I.C.S. :— 

Frank Lind, Gentleman, Lieut, in the Army, b. 



Lind, formerly of Poland (L.O. 
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LINDESAY-BETHUNE, see BETHUNE. 

LINDLEY. Argent, on a chief nebuly azure, a 
quatrefoil, between two griffins' heads erased of the 
first. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon a 
wreath of the colours, in front of a pelican in her piety 
proper, charged on the breast with a pheon gules, three 
auatrefoils fessewise or. Motto — " Sis fortis." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Nathaniel Lindley, Baron Lindley, 
of East Carleton, Norfolk, P.C.. a Lord of Appeal 



in Ordinary, and a Life Peer, b. 1828 ; d. 1921 ; 
m. 1858, Sarah Kathenne (d. 1912), d. of Edward 
John Teale, of Leeds : — 

Hon. Walter Barry Lindley, Judge of County Courts 
in co. Derby 1902-12, and in Devon and Somerset, J. P. 
and Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Somerset, b. 1861 ; 
m. 1908, Hilda, d. of Capt. C. Fox, late Border Regt. 
Res. — Corfe House, Taunton. Clubs — Athenaeum, 
County (Taunton). 

Hon. Lennox Hannay Lindley, Capt. R.A.M.C, 
has Order (1st Class) of the Lion and Sun (Persia), b. 
1868; m. 1st, 1898, Caroline Grevotte (d. 1911) ; 2nd, 
1913, Adelaide, d. of Roger Kerrison, of Tattingstone 
Place, Ipswich ; and has issue (by 1st marriage) — 
Nathaniel Alexander Lindley, Esq., b. 1901 ; Walter 
John Hugh Lindley, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Rachel Isabel 
[m. Lionel Marmion Dymoke]. Res. — Roughton Hall, 
Woodhall Spa, Lines. Club — Oxford and Cambridge. 

Hon. Sir Francis Oswald Lindley, K.C.M.G. (1926), 
C.B. (Civil) 1919, C.B.E. (Civil) 1917, H.M.'s Envoy 
Extraordinary and Minister Plen. at Oslo since 1923, 
b. 1872 ; m. 1903, Hon. Etheldreda Fraser, d. of 15 th 
Baron Lovat ; and has surv. issue — Bridget Mary [«. 
1923, John McEwen, s. of Robert McEwen, of Marchmont, 
co. Berwick] ; Alice Elizabeth ; Sarah Katherine ; 
Mary Etheldreda. Res. — The British Legation, Oslo, 
Norway. Clubs — Bachelors', Brooks's, Turf. 

LINDOW, see BURNS-LINDOW. 

LINDSAY (L.O. matric. 19 Dec. 1884). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, gules, a fesse chequy argent and azure (for 
Lindsay) ; 9. and 3, a lion rampant gules, debruised of a 
ribbon sable (for Abernethy). Mantling gules, doubled 
ermine. Crest — Out of an antique ducal coronet, a swan's 
neck and wings proper. Supporters — On either side a lion 
rampant guardant gules. Motto — " Endure fort." 

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir James Ludovic Lindsay, 

K.T., 26th Earl of Crawford, b. 1847 ; d. 1913 ; 

m. 1869, Emily Florence (Res. — 1 Holland Park, 

W.), d. of Col. the Hon. Edward Bootle-Wilbra- 

ham : — 

Rt. Hon. Sir David Alexander Edward Lindsay, 

K.T.,P.C, 27th Earl of Crawford (21 April 1398), Earl of 

Balcarres, Lord Lindsay of Crawford, Lord Lindsay and 

Balniel in Scotland (1650), Baron Wigan (5 July 1826), of 

Haigh Hall, Lanes., First Commissioner of Works and 

Public Buildings since 1921, b. 1871 ; m. 1900, Constance 

Lilian, d. of Sir Henry Pelly, 3rd Bart. ; and has issue 

— (1) David Alexander Robert Lindsay, commonly 

called Lord Balniel, M.P. Lonsdale Div. Lanes., b. 1900 [m. 

1925, Mary, d. of Rt. Hon. Lord Richard Cavendish, P.C., 

C.B., C.M.G., and has issue — 2 sons] ; (2) Hon. James 

Louis Lindsay, b. 1906; Lady Margaret Cynthia ; Lady 

Anne ; Lady Elizabeth Patricia ; Lady Mary Lilian ; 

Lady Katherine Constance ; Lady Barbara. Seats — 

Haigh Hall, Wigan ; Balcarres, Colinsburgh, Fife. Town 

res. — 7 Audley Square, W.i. Clubs — Athenaeum, Carlton, 

Burlington Fine Arts. 

LINDSAY of Balcarres (L.O. , 1875). Quarterly, 1 and 
4, counterquartered i. and iiii., gules, a fesse chequy argent 
and azure within a bordure of the last (Lindsay) ; ii. and 
iii., or, a lion rampant gules, debruised of a ribbon in bend 
sable (Abernethy), the whole within a border azure, charged 
with fourteen stars or (Lindsay of Balcarres); 2 and 3, 
counterquartered i. and iiii., argent, a crescent gules, on a 
chief indented azure, three mullets pierced of the field 
(Trotter) ; ii. and iii., gules, a lion rampant argent, crowned 
or, charged on the shoulder with a crescent of the field 
(Moubray), all within a bordure ermine. 

Issue of Sir Coutts Lindsay, 2nd Bart. (4 Sept. 1821, 

extinct 7 May 1913), J. P. and D.L. co. Fife, late Lt.- 

Col. Gren. Guards, Lt.-Col. comdg. 6th Vol. Batt. the 

Black Watch, and late Major comdg. the 1st Regt. of 

the Italian Legion, b. 1824 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1864, Caroline 

Blanche Elizabeth, d. of the Rt. Hon. Henry Fitzroy : — 

Euphemia Harriet Susan, m. 1897, Rev. Thomas Selby 

Henrey, Vicar of St. George's, Old Brentford, Middx. 

Anne Helen. Seat — Balcarres, Colinburgh, Fife. 

LINDSAY (L.O., Matric. 1916). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 
gules, a fesse chequy argent and azure, in chief a mitre or, 
for difference (for Lindsay) ; 2 and 3, or, a lion rampant 
gules, armed and langued azure, debruised of a ribbon 
sable (for Abernethy). Mantling gules, doubled argent. 
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wings of a swan proper. Motto — " Endure fort." Livery 
Royal blue, scarlet facings. 

Son of Lt.-Col. Henry Gore Lindsay, of Glasnevin 
House, co. Dublin, late The Rifle Bde., J. P., D.L. 
co. Dublin, sometime Chief Constable, Glamorgansh. , 
b. 1830; d. 1914; m. 1856, Hon. Ellen Sarah, d. of 
Charles, 1st Baron Tredegar : — 
Henry Edzell Morgan Lindsay, Esq., C. B. , Capt. late 
R.E., and Col. R. Monmouth R.E. (S.R.), J. P. cos. 
Glamorgan and Dublin, D.L. co. Glamorgan, Knt. of 
Grace of Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
Eng. , served Transvaal and Suakim Campaigns, S. African 
War, and Great War, b. 1857 ; m. 1889, Ellen Katharine, 
eldest d. and co.h. of the late George William Griffith 
Thomas, of Ystrad Mynach, Glamorgan, and has had 
issue — (1) George Walter Thomas Lindsay, Esq., Capt. 
R.F.A. and R.F.C., b. 1891 ; killed on active service 1917 ; 
(2) Claud Frederic Thomas Lindsay, Esq., Major R.F.A., 
b. 1892 ; killed in action 1918 [m. 1915, Dorothy Lindsay, 
d. of Sir Henry Forde, J. P., of The Manor St. John, 
Waterford, and left issue — George Morgan Thomas 
Lindsay, Gentleman, b. (posthumous) 1918]; (3) Archibald 
Thurstan Thomas Lindsay, Gentleman, Lieut. R.E., 
b. 1897 ; killed in action 1918 ; (4) David Edzell Thomas 
Lindsay, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; Ellen Blanche [m. 1921, 
Capt. Richard Cope Wilson] ; and Nest Jessie [m. M. G. T. 
Stoneham]. Seat — Glasnevin, Dublin. Res. — Ystrad 
Mynach, Glamorgan. Clubs — Carlton, Naval and Military, 
Cardiff and County (Cardiff.) 

LINDSAY (U.O.). Gules, a fesse chequy argent and 
azure, between three fusils in chief and one in base or. 
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 




colours, an ostrich proper, holding in the beak a key or, the 
dexter leg supported by a fusil gules. Motto — "Endure 
fort." 

Sons of Rev. Thomas Lindsay, formerly Vicar of 
Castle Ellis, Ferns, Ireland, b. 1823; d. 1901 ; m. 1859, 
Mary, d. of Humphreys Peare of Pearemount and Fort 
William, co. Dublin: — 
Rev. Humphreys Peare Lindsay, M.A. , Vicar of Camber- 
well, S.E., b. 1862; m. Victoria Maitland, d. of J. R. 
Cochrane, Esq., J. P., of Calder Glen, Blantyre, N.B. ; 



and has surv. issue— (1) Humphrey David Richard Pelham 
Lindsay, Gentleman, B.A. (Camb., b. 1901 ; (2) Thomas 
Rupert Lindsay, Gentleman, b. 1907; (3) Joseph Richard 
Lindsay, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Mary Ann Victoria; and 
Laura Maitland. Res. — The Vicarage, Camber well, S.E. 

Ven. Thomas Enraght Lindsay, M.A., Archdeacon of 
Cleveland, Canon of York, Rectoi' of Stokesley, formerly 
Vicar of Scarborough, formerly Vicar of St. Paul's, 
Middlesbrough, b. 1863 ; m. Maria Isabel, d. of George 
King Stanton Massy Dawson, Esq., D.L., J. P. Res. — 
The Rectory, Stokesley, Yorks. 

William Joseph Lindsay, Gentleman. M.B. E. , M.A. , 
M. D., B.C. (Cantab.), served with the South African Field 
Force, b. 1871. Res. — 84 Heme Hill, S.E. ; 79 Wimpole 
Street, W.i. 

LINDSAY [Arms as matriculated in Lyon Register in 
Scotland) — Quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a fesse chequy 
argent and azure (for Lindsay) ; 2. or, a lion ram- 
pant gules, debruised of a ribbon sable (for Abernethy) ; 
3. quarterly, i. and iiii. , gules, a bend between six 
cross crosslets fitchee argent (for Howard); ii. and iii. , 
argent, a lion rampant gules (for Forward). Mantling 
gules, doubled argent. Crest, out of an antique ducal 
coronet, a swan's neck and wings proper; with the 
Motto, "Endure fort." The Hon. Colin Lindsay in the 
year 1891 obtained in England a grant of a quartering to 
bear for the name of Edwin quarterly with the arms of 
Dalrymple, as follows : — (The arms of the Hon. Colin 
Lindsay in the 1st and 4th grand quarters being 1 and 4, 
Lindsay, 2 and 3, Abernethy); 2. or, on asaltire azure, be- 
tween two water-bougets in fesse sable, nine lozenges of 
the field, in the centre chief point a mullet gules (for 
Dalrymple) ; 3. argent, on a cross sable, between four 
Cornish choughs regardant proper, a cross fleury of the 
first (for Edwin). 

Eld. son of William Alexander Lindsay, Esq. (who 

was eldest son of Hon. Colin Lindsay), J. P., D.L. 

Devon, Clarenceux King of Arms, K.C., b. 1846; d. 

1926 ; m. 1870, Harriet, second dau. of the 5th Earl of 

Aberdeen : — 
James Howard Lindsay, Esq., D.S.O., M.A. , LL.B. 
(Camb.), Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), served Great 
War as Lt.-Col. comdg. 1st Batt. London Scottish Regt. 
(T.F.), b. 1871 ; m. 1906, Joanna Lucy, eldest d. of Thomas 
D. Gordon Duff of Drummuir, co. Banff, and has issue — 
Michael Lindsay, Esq. , Midshipman R.N. , b. 1908 ; Harry 
Lachlan Lindsay, Gentleman, b. 1912. Seat — Carnousie, 
co. Banff. Clubs— Carlton, R.A.C. 

LINDSAY-HOGG (H. Coll., 23 Dec. 1905). Per pale 
indented vert and azure, on a bend or, three boars' heads 
couped-sable. Mantling vert and or. Crest — Issuant out 
of a mural crown argent, a boar's head erect sable, holding 
in the mouth a sprig of oak fructed proper. Motto — 
" Mores ante nomen." 

Sons of William Lindsay Lindsay-Hogg, Esq., J. P. 
Sussex, b. 1882 ; d. 1918; m. 1907, Nora Cicely, d. cf 
the late John James Barrow : — 
Sir Anthony Henry Lindsay-Hogg, 2nd Bart. (22 Dec. 
1905), b. 1908 ; s. his grandfather 1923. Seat — Hay- 
ward's Grange, Jarvis Brook, Sussex. 

Edward William Lindsay-Hogg, Esq., b. 1910. 

JOHN LINDSAY LINDSAY-SMITH, Lieut. 10th 
Bengal Infantry. Born , being the eldest surviv- 
ing son of the late Major-General John Smith of 51st Regt. 
Bengal Army, by his wife Edith Helen, daughter of Duncan 
Campbell, M.D., Edinburgh. Armorial bearings— Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, or an eagle displayed gules, charged on the 
breast with a horse-shoe of the field (for Smith) ; 2 and 3, 
or, two cross crosslets fitchee in chief, and the attires of a 
stag affixed to the scalp in base gules, a chief chequy of the 
last and argent (Lindsay). Mantling gules, doubled argent ; 
and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, an ostrich 
proper, holding in the beak a horse-shoe or ; and in an 
escroll above, this Motto, " Tu ne cede malis." 

LINDSEY-BRABAZON (U.O.). Gules, on a bend or, 
three martlets sable, a canton argent for distinction. Mant- 
ling/gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, 
upon a mount vert, a falcon rising or, charged on the 
breast with a torteau for distinction. Motto^"Vota vita 
mea." 

Son of Rev. Charles Edward Chaloner Lindsey, O. B. E. , 
Vicar of Little Leigh, Cheshire, b. ; m. : — 



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Robert Chaloner Lindsey-Brabazon (formerly Lindsey), 
Esq., M.C., Capt. ist Bait. The Welch Regt. ; b. ; 

assumed the additional surname of Brabazon in compliance 
with the will of Elizabeth Brabazon, late of Rath House, co. 
Louth. Seat — Termonfeckin, co. Louth. 

LINES of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (H. Coll.). 
Vert, on a bend between two lions rampant argent, a lion 
rampant between two gryphons' heads eased sable. 
Mantling vert and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the 
colours, a plate charged with a stag's head erased sable. 
Motto—" Foi, roi, droit." 
Son of : — 

Thomas William Lines, Gentleman, late Pies, of Board 
of Trade for Edmonton, b. . Res. — 

The Late THOMAS DEWHURST LINGARD, Es- 
quire, of Fellside, Windermere, J. P. for Westmorland. 
Born June 30, 1847, being the only child of Alexander Rowson 
Lingard of Hooton, Cheshire, by his wife Sarah, dau. of 
Thomas Dewhurst of Marple, Cheshire. Armorial bear- 
ings — Barry of six or and vair, on a bend engrailed sable, 
four escallops argent, and on an escutcheon of pretence the 
arms of Walpole, namely or, on a fesse between two 
chevrons sable, three cross crosslets of the first. Mantling 
or and azure. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a wolf's 
head erased sable, charged on the neck with an escallop 
argent, and holding in the mouth a branch of three cinque- 
foils slipped vert. Motto — " Toujours prest." Livery — 
Blue, and yellow facings. Married, July 17, 1883, Regina 
Caroline Walpole, dau. and coheir of Reginald Robert 
Walpole of Hanslope, Bucks. ; and died 1925, having had 
Issue — John Reginald Lingard, Gentleman, B.A. (Trin. 
Coll., Camb.), b. Sept. 7, 1884; killed in action 1915. 

L1NGEN, see BURTON-LINGEN. 

LINKLETTER (H. Coll., Feb. 6, 1924). Argent, 
a fesse chequy vert and sable, between in chief two 




sheldrakes proper, and in base a lymphad sable. 
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a sheldrake proper, gorged with an antique 
crown, and resting the dexter foot upon an escallop or. 
Motto—" Skoal." 

Only son of Justus Onderdonk Linkletter, of 

Manhasset, N.Y., b. 1839 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1876, 

Annie Brinkerhoff, d. of Horatio Onderdonk, of 

Manhasset : — 

George Onderdonk Linkletter, Gentleman, B.S. 

(Princeton), L.L.B. (New York), Grand Comdr. Knights 

Templar of New York State, b. 1880 ; m. 1914, Elizabeth 

Kearsley , d. of James J. Wysong ; and has issue — George 



Onderdonk Linkletter, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; James 
Wysong Linkletter, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Justus Onderdonk 
Linkletter, Gentleman, b. 1919 ; Elizabeth Annie. Res. — 
Stromness, Manhasset, Long Island, New York. Clubs — 
Shelter Rock County ; Princeton (New York). 

LINLITHGOW, Marquess of, see HOPE. 
LINNINGTON, see MARTYN-LINNINGTON. 

LINTHORNE of Southampton (H. Coll.). Ermine, 
on a cross sable fimbriated or, three pheons in pale 
between two crescents of the field. Mantling sable and 
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head 
sable, erased or, between two pheons also sable. Motto 
" In recte fides." 

Son of the late Richard Linthorne, of Poole : — 

Sir Richard Roope Linthorne, Knt. Bach. (1921), 
O.B.E.,Town Clerk of Southampton, b. 1864; m. 1889, 
Gertrude, d. of Richard Gibbon, of Southampton ; and has 
issue — Edward Lester Roope Linthorne, Esq., Barrister- 
at-Law, Middle Temple, b. 1892 ; Gertrude Adele Roope 
[m. 1918, Andrew Cecil Thom-Postlethwaite, Barrister-at- 
Law, of The Hollies, Whitehaven] ; Eleanor Blanche 
Roope \m. 1913, Capt. Edward Cloete, R.N., of 91 
Victoria Road, Southsea]. Res. — 33 Westwood Road, 
Southampton. Club — Royal Societies. 

ALFRED JOSEPH GEORGE LIPPITT, Gentleman, 
Barrister at-Law, M.A. Oxon. Born Sept. 16, 1857, being 
the son of the late George Warren Lippitt, late Secretary 
of U.S.A. Legation at Vienna, by his wife Matilda, dau. of 
the late Joseph Maria Ritter von Miller zu Aichholz. Armo- 
rial bearings — Or, a fesse nebuly, in chief a talbot passant 




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gules, between two roses of the last, barbed and seeded 
proper, and in base a talbot passant also gules. Mantling 
gules and or. Crest On a wreath of the colours, a talbot 
sejant or, charged on the shoulder with two annulets inter- 
laced fessewise gules, resting the dexter foreleg on a rose as 
in the arms. Motto " Stet fortuna domus." Residence — 
Schloss Pernegg, Styria, Austria. Clubs — New Oxford 
and Cambridge, Carlton. 

Sir THOMAS JOHNSTONE LIPTON, Baronet, 
(U.K., 1902), K.C.V.O. (1901). Grand Officer of the 
Crown of Italy (1904), and of the Order of St. Sava of 



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Serbia (1915), Knight Bachelor (1898), one of the Com- 
mission of Lieutenancy for the City of London, Hon. 
Col. 6th Vol. Batt. H.L.I. Born 1850, being the son of 
Thomas Lipton of Glasgow. Armorial bearings Per 
fesse or and gules, in chief on the dexter side a shamrock 
leaf, and on the sinister a thistl ; leaved, both slipped proper, 
and in the base a cornucopia erect, the horn of the first, the 
fruit of the third. Mantling gules and or. Crest On 
a wreath of the colours, two arms in saltire, the dexter 
surmounted by the sinister, holding a sprig of the tea-plant 
erect, and the other a like sprig of the coffee-plant, both 
slipped and leaved proper, vested above the elbow argent. 
Motto -" Labor omnia vincit." Residence Osidge, South- 
gate, Middlesex. Clubs Marlborough, Pilgrim, Automo- 
bile, Aero, Royal London Yacht, Royal Thames Yacht, 
Royal Northern Yacht, Royal Ulster Yacht, Royal Irish 
Yacht and Royal Cork Yacht, Royal Clyde Yacht, and 
New York Yacht. 

LISTER, see CUNLIFFE-LISTER. 

LISTER (Vn. H. Coll.). Ermine, on a fesse sable, three 
mullets or, a canton gules. Mantling sable and argent. 




Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased 
proper, charged on the neck with a trefoil slipped gules. 
Motto — " Propositi tenax." 

Son of John Lister, Esq., J. P., of Shibden Hall, b. 
• d. 1867; tn. 1844, Louisa Anne, only d. of Major 
Charles Grant of the Island of St. Vincent : — 
John Lister, Gentleman, M.A. Oxford, Barrister-at-Law, 
b. 1847. Seat — Shibden Hall, Southowram, Halifax. 

LISTER (Vn. H. Coll.). Ermine, on a fesse sable, 
three mullets or, a canton gules. Mantling sable and or. 
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a stag's head erased 
proper, charged with a trefoil slipped gules. 
Son of : — - 

Rev. Thomas Llewellyn Lister, b. . Res. — St. Mark's 
Vicarage, Newport, Mon. 

LISTER-KAYE (R.L., 22 Jan. 1806, H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, argent, two bendlets sable (Kaye); 2 
and 3, ermine, on a fesse sable, three mullets or (Lister); 
the whole within a bordure wavy azure. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crests — 1. on a wreath of the colours, a gold- 
finch proper, charged on the breast with a rose gules (Kay) ; 
2. on a wreath of the colours, a buck's head proper, erased 
wavy or, attired sable, and in the mouth a bird-bolt bend- 
wise of the second, flighted argent. Motto—" Kynd kynn 
knawne kepe." 



Son of Lister Lister-Kaye, Esq., b. 1827; d. 1855; 
tn. 1852, Lady Caroline Pepys {d. 1903), third d. of 
Charles Christopher, 1st Earl of Cottenham : — 
Sir Cecil Edmund Lister-Kaye, 4th Bart. (28 Dec. 1812), 
J. P. and D.L. Yorks., b. 1854; tn. 1880, Lady Beatrice 
Adeline, d. of the 6th Duke of Newcastle ; and has 
surv. issue — (1) Kenelm Arthur Lister-Kaye, Esq., Capt. 
late 3rd Batt. W. Yor s. Regt., b. 1892; Adeline Cecilia 
[tn. 1920, Conte de la Feld of 1 Carlos Place, W.] ; and 
Frances Lois [tn. 1st, 1905, William Edward, Earl of 
Rosse (d. 1918); 2nd, 1920, 5th Viscount de Vesci] ; and 
Florence [tn. 1908, Major Charles Vaughan]. Seat — Denby 
Grange, Wakefield, Yorks. Clubs — Carlton, Turf. 

Sons of Arthur Lister-Kaye, Esq., late Capt. R.A. , of 

Manor House, Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Rugby, b. 1834; 

d. 1893; tn. 1867, Eugenia {d. 1909), youngest d. of 

Rev. John William Bower, M.A., Rector of Barmston, 

co. Yoiks. : — 

Lister Lister-Kaye, Esq., J. P. co. Warwick, b. 1873; m. 

1910, Emily Mary, d. of John Frederick Starkey ; and has 

issue — John Christopher Lister Lister-Kaye, Gentleman, 

b. 1913 ; Audrey Robert Lister-Kaye, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; 

and Rosamond Eugenia Mary. Res. — Manor House, 

Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire. Club — Junior 

Carlton. 

Arthur Lister-Kaye, Gentleman, b. 1876; tn. 1st, 1895, 
Lottie Emmeline, d. of John Woodward; 2nd, 1900, 
Gertrude, d. of J. Hall; and has surv. issue (1) John 
Arthur Lister-Kaye, Gentleman, b. 1895; (2) Arthur Lister 
Lister-Kaye, Gentleman, b. 1903; and Helen. Res. — 
King's Somborne, Hants. 

Son of George Lister Lister-Kaye, Esq., Lt.-Col. 5th 
West Yorks. Militia and formerly 10th Hussars, b. 1803 ; 
d. 1871 ; tn. 1847, Louisa Jessie, 2nd d. of Capt. 
Dowker of West Huntington Hall, Yorks. : — 
Charles Wilkinson Lister-Kaye, Gentleman, b. 1849 ; 
tn. 1881, Lucy Adela, d. of John Champion of Ranby 
House, Notts. ; and has had issue — (1) George Lister Lister- 
Kaye, Gentleman, Lieut. Notts. Yeo., b. 1885 [tn. 1919, 
Susan Katherine, d. of the late Frederick Tooth, and widow 
of Lt.-Col. P. Kent] ; (2) Russell Lister-Kaye, Esq., O.B.E., 
Comdr. (ret.) R.N., b. 1887 [tn. 1913, Anna, d. of Edward 
Bridges, 7th Fus. , and widow of Hugh Alleyne Sachevsrell 
Bateman] ; (3) Charles Lister-Kaye, Esq., Capt. late Notts. 
Regt., b 1890 [tn. 1917, Mabel Vi let, d. ofC. M. Bramald 
of Pightlay, nr. Bridgwater] ; and Kathleen [tn. 1907, 
Cecil Alexander Frederick Talbot Baines (who d. on active 
service 1917), and has issue]. Res. — Kingston House, 
North Carlton, Worksop, Notts. 

LISTON (H. Coll.). Gules, a cross raguly or, on a 
chief of the last, three trefoils vert. Mantling gules and 
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dove proper, 
collared and charged on the breast with a cross raguly or. 
Son of : — 

James Dore Liston, Gentleman, L. R.C.P. , L. R.C.S. 
(Edin.), 6. . Res. — 6 Academy Street, Warrington, 

Lancaster. 

LISTON FOULIS of Colin ton (L.O. matric. 9 
Sept. 1790). Argent, three bay-leaves slipped vert. 
Mantling vert, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of 
his liveries, a dexter hand couped, holding a sword in pale, 
sustaining a wreath of laurel, all proper. Motto — 
" Mente manuque praesto." 

Third son of Sir James Liston Foulis, 9th Bart., 

b. 1847 ; d. 1895 ; tn. 1868, Sarah Helen (d. 1918), 

d. of Sir Charles Ochterlony, Bart. : — 

Sir Charles James Liston Foulis, nth Bart. (7 June 

1634), of Colinton, b. 1873 ; s. his brother 1918 ; tn. 1902, 

Maria, d. of Richard Moore ; and has issue — -Archibald 

Charles Liston Foulis, Esq., b. 1903; and Gwynneth 

Beryl. Seat — Woodhall, Edinburgh. Res. — Woodhall, 

Fort Ternan, Kenya Colony, E. Africa. 

LISTOWEL, Earl of, see HARE. 

LITCHFIELD (H. Coll., 22 Oct. 1917). Or, between 
two cross crosslets fitchee gules, a sword erect, point up- 
wards azure, enfiled by a crescent sable, on a chief of the 
last three leopards' faces of the first. Crest — On a wreath 
or and sable, issuant from clouds proper, in front thereof 
three estoiles in fesse or, a dexter arm in chain armour 
embowed, the hand grasping a spear in bend sinister all 
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Son of Samuel Litchfield, b. 1819 ; d. 1894 : — 
Frederick Litchfield, Gentleman, b. 1850. Club — 
Junior Carlton. 

LITCHFIELD-SPEER (R.L., 22 Sept. 1915 ; H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, a chevron azure, surmounted by 
another vair argent and gules, between three trefoils 
slipped vert, a cross crosslet gules for distinction (for 
Speer) ; 2 and 3, Litchfield ; and on an escutcheon of' 
pretence — 1 and 4, or, a chevron azure, surmounted by 
another vair argent and gules, between three trefoils 
slipped vert (for Speer) ; 2 and 3, Sandys. Crests — On a 
wreath or and vert, issuant from a garb argent, eared or, 
banded vert and charged with a cross crosslet gules for 
distinction, a spear erect proper(for Speer) ; and crest of 
Litchfield. 

Son of Frederick Litchfield, Gentleman : — 

The late Rear-Admiral Frederick Shirley Litchfield-Speer 
(formerly Litchfield), C.M.G., D.S.O,,6. 1874; m. 1902, 
Marrianne Frances Cecelia, d. of the late E F 

Sandys, of Winterdown Lodge, Thames Ditton, and d. 
1922. Res. — Wateringbury Place, Watcringbury, Kent. 

LITHGOW of Ormsary (L.O.). Per chevron sable 
and argent, three estoiles in chief of the second, and in 
base in a sea undy azure, and of the second, a galley 
sails furled of the first, flagged gules. Mantling sable, 
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an 
otter on a rock proper. Motto — " Per mare per terras." 
Son of Wilham Todd Lithgow of Drums, co. 
Renfrew, b. ; d. 1908 ; m. Agnes Birkmyre :— 

Sir James Lithgow, M.C., T.D., 1st Bart. (1 Juiy 
1925), of Ormsary, co. Argyll, J. P. and D.L. co. 
Renfrew, Lt.-Col. T.A. Reserve, served European War 
b. 1883 ; m. 1924, Gwendolyn Amy, d. of the late John 
R. Harrison, of Scalesceugh, Cumberland. Res. — 
Gleddoch, Langbank, co. Renfrew; Ormsary, Argyllshire. 

ARCHIBALD COSMO LITTLE, Esq., Major 5th 
Lancers, J. P. co. Gloucester. Born June 21, 1855, being 
the eldest son of the late General Sir Archibald Little, 
G.C.B., by his wife Jane, only child of Malcolm Orme. 
Armorial bearings (L.O., 1815)— Sable, a saltire engrailed 
argent, impaling the arms of Chetwynd-Talbot, namely, 
quarterly, 1 and 4, gules, a lion rampant and a bordure 
engrailed or; 2 and 3, azure, a chevron between three 




Married, Oct. 4, 1887, Lady Gwendolen Chaplin, widow 
of Col. Chaplin, late Coldstream Guards, second dau. of 
Rt. Hon. Charles John Chetwynd-Talbot, 19th Earl of 
Shrewsbury ; and has Issue — • Charlotte Theresa Orme. 
Seat — Upton House, Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Clubs — 
Naval and Military, The Turf, Arthur's, Wellington. 

LITTLE (R.L. 1878). Azure, a cinquefoil between four 
estoiles in cross or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a boar sable, armed, tusked, 
and maned or, charged on the body with two estoiles 
fessewise of the last. Motto — "Sua gratia parvis." 

Sons of Ernest Knightley Little, Esq., C.B.E., J. P., 

of Newbold Pacey Hall, Warwick, b. i860; d. 1921 ; 

tn. 1882, Georgiana, youngest dau. of the late Capt. 

Mildmay Clerk of Spratton Hall, Northampton : — 
George Jerningham Knightley Little, Esq., C.B.E., 
Lieut, late Coldstream Gds., Private Sec. to Gov. -Gen. 
of New Zealand 1924-1927, b. July 1886. Address — New- 
bold Pacy, Warwick. Clubs — Guards', Wellington. 

Noel Ernest Little, Gentleman, £.1892 ; m. 1921, Frances, 
d. of the late Charles Hamilton Eden of Glyn Dderwen, 
Black Pyl ; and has issue. Res. — Blue Anchor, Wash- 
ford, Somerset. 

LITTLE (U.O.). Per saltire sable and argent, a saltire 
engrailed quarterly per saltire between four crescents all 
counterchanged, on a chief ermine, three mullets azure. 
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, a tiger's head affronted, couped at the neck per 
saltire or and sable. Motto — " Magnum in parvo." 

Son of Robert Little, M.D. , b. ; d. ; m. , 

Henrietta, d. of Charles Colhoun of Carrickballydoey, 

co. Donegal : — 

Col. Charles Colhoun Little, M.D. (Royal Univ.), 

Inspector-Gen. of Civil Hospitals, Burmah, Indian Medical 

Service, b. . Res. — 

LITTLE-GILMOUR (L.O., 2 June 1908, 27 Dec. 1902 ; 
formerly Gordon-Gilmour, matric. 1887). Quarterly, 1 and 
4, azure, three writing-pens palewise argent (Gilmour, c. 
1672-7) ; 2 and 3, sable, on a saltire argent, a crescent gules 
(Little of Over Liberton, c. 1672-7). Mantlings (dexter), 




mullets or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a 
wreath of his liveries, a leopard's face proper. Motto — 
" Magnum in parvo." Livery — Dark blue, brass buttons. 



azure, doubled argent ; (sinister), sable, doubled argent. 
Crests — (Dexter), on a wreath of the liveries, a dexter hand 
holding a scroll of paper within a garland of laurel proper ; 
(sinister), on a wreath of the liveries, a leopard's head, 
or. Mottoes — (Dexter), "Nil penna sed usus " ; (sinister), 
" Magnum in parvo." Livery — Blue and white. 

Only son of Col. Sir Robert Gordon Gilmour, 1st Bart., 

of Liberton and Craigmillar (q.v. ) : — 
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June 1899 ; m. 1922, Hon. Victoria Laura Cadogan, d. of 
the late Viscount Chelsea, and has issue — Ian Hedworth 
John Little-Gilmour, Esq., b. 1926; and Diana. Res. — 16 
Devonshire Terrace, W.2. 

LITTLEBOY (H. Coll., 27 Sept. 1920). Sable, a 
sinister and a dexter hand couped at the wrists, fingers 
downwards, apaumee, a bordure argent. Mantling sable 
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 
goat's head erased sable, charged on the neck with a 
fylfot argent. Motto — " Nisi Dominus custodiet 
civitatem frustra vigilat qui custodit earn." 

Eldest son of Charles William Littleboy, Esq., J. P., 

of The Woodlands, Saltburn-by-Sea, b. 1856 ; 

d. 1924 ; m. 1891, Agnes Eveline, d. of David Laver- 

ton, of Westbury, Wilts. : — 
Charles Norman Littleboy, Esq., M.C., Capt. (T.A.), 
b. 1894; m. 1924, Violet Eldon, d. of Eldon Pratt, 
M.D. ; and has issue — Joan Mary. Res. — Thorpe 
House, Sowerby, Thirsk, Yorks. 

LITTLEDALE. Argent, a lion passant gules, on a 
chief azure, three cross crosslets of trie field. Crest — On 




a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion gules, gorged with a 
collar gemel, and holding in the dexter paw a cross crosslet 
argent. Motto — " Fac et spera. " 

Sons of Thomas Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1818; d. 

1861 ; m. 1842, Julia (d. 1904), d. of Clement Royds 

of Greenhill, Rochdale : — 

Thomas Alfred Royds Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1850; m. 

1886, Marian Harriet, yngst. d. of Richard Atkinson, of 

Temple Sowerby, Westmorland, and has surv. issue — 

Marion Dorothy [m. 1925, Charles Ewing Prior]. Res. — 

Ross-on-Wye, Hereford. 

Clement St. George Littledale, Esq., J. P. Berks.,*. 1852 ; 
m. 1877, Teresa, d. of Capt. John Harris, R.N.,and widow 
of William John Scott. Res.— Wick Hill, Bracknell, Berks. 
Son of William Edmund Royds Littledale, Gentleman, 
b, 1857 ; d. 1910; m. 1887, Ellen Mary Archer: — 
Edmund Harold Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1890. Res- 
Son of John Bolton Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1823 ; d. 
1889; m. 1866, Mary, d. of Thomas Edward Pickford, 
of Sterndale, Buxton : — 
John Bolton Littledale, Esq., J. P. Cheshire, temp. Capt. 
R.A.S.C., b. 1868 ; m. 1899, Clara Violet, d. of William 
Stephenson, Auchenbowie, co. Stirling, and has issue — 



Ronald Bolton Littledale, Lieut. K.R.R.C.t. 1901. Res.— 
Bunbury House, Bunbury, Cheshire. 

Son of Capt. Henry William Assheton Littledale, R.N., 

b. 1846 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1879, Catherine, eldest d. of 

Lt.-Gen. Henry Wray.C.M.G. :— 

Henry Ambrose Pudsay Littledale, Esq., Major (ret.) 

King's Own Yorkshire Lt. Inf., b. 1881 ; m. 1910, Lucie 

Mildred, ygst. d. of John George Swan of Upsall Hall, 

Nunthorpe, and has issue — Anne Elizabeth. Res. — Crab 

Tree, Streatley-on-Thames. 

Sons of Henry Anthony Littledale, Esq., J. P., D. L. , 

Bolton Hall, Yorks., b. 1810; d. 1859; m. 1845, Mary 

Elizabeth, d. of John Armytage of Kirklees Park : — 

Rev. Godfrey Armytage Littledale, M. A. (Oxford), Vicarof 

Stoke Lyne, Bicester, b. 1854 ; m. ist, 1886, Alice Henrietta 

(d. 1892), second d. of Marmaduke Wyvill, of Constable 

Burton, co. Yorks. ; and, 1895, Eleanor Mary Anne, eldest d. 

of Arthur Harvey Thursby of Culverlands, nr. Reading ; and 

has issue (by first marriage) — Anthony Godfrey Littledale, 

Gentleman, b. 1888 ; and Dorothy Laura ; and (by sec. mar.) 

Elaine Mary. Post. add. — The Vicarage, Stoke Lyne, 

Bicester. 

Col. Ralph Pudsay Littledale, R.E., b. 1856; m. 1891, 
Mary Olivia Georgina, eldest d. of Lt.-Col. Charles Lennox 
Tredcroft of Glen Ancrum, Guildford ; and has had issue — 
Robert Littledale, Esq., Capt. Northants. Regt., b. 1895 ; 
killed in action 1917; and Olivia Mary Edith. Res. — 
Roselawn, Wokingham. Club — Naval and Military. 

Willoughby Aston Littledale, Gentleman, F.S.A., M.A. 
(Oxford), b. 1857; m. 1889, Violet, elder d. of Sir John 
Hardy Thursby, Bart. , of Ormerod House, in the County 
Palatine of Lancaster ; and has had issue — Willoughby 
John Littledale, Esq., Capt. (52nd) Oxford and Bucks. L.I. , 
b. 1896 ; killed in action 1918 ; and Eleanor Violet \m. 1920, 
Humphrey Rivers Pollock]. Post. acd. — 21 The Boltons, 
S.W. Clubs — Athenaeum, Oxford and Cambridge. 

Sonsof Arthur Littledale, Esq., Judgeof the H.E.I. C.S., 
b. 1815 ; d. 1888; m. ist, Harriette Law; 2nd, Emily 
(d. 1919), d. of Richard Barnes : — 
Henry Arthur Littledale, Esq., Major (ret.) Notts, and 
Derby Regt., b. 1853; m. Elizabeth Eleanor, d. of George 
Drinkwater, and has had issue — Arthur Charles Littledale, 
Esq., Major R.A. , b. 1879 ; d. 1915 [m. 1909, Mary 
Josephine Harris, and left issue — Arthur James Littledale, 
Gentleman, b. 1912 ; andMair£(7?es. — Newbury, Berks.)] ; 
Herbert Francis Littledale, Esq., M.C., Lieut. -Comdr. 
R.N. (ret.), b. 1882 [m. 1908, Edith Simpson, and has issue 
— Mais6 Chalmers] ; Rev. Aubyn Littledale, M.A. (Camb.), 
b. 1887 [m. 1917, Elsie Margaret, d. of Rev. William 
Campbell, M.A., of Lome House, Uppingham, and Stoke 
Dry, co. Rutland (Res. — The Vicarage, Oakington, Cam- 
bridge)]; Bernard John Littledale, Esq., D.S.C., Comdr. 
R.N. \m. Anne Kennedy, and has issue — Alister Littledale, 
Gentleman, b. 1926] ; and Dorothy Mary [m. John Hunter], 
Res. — Newbury, Berks. 

Frank Loftus Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1864; m. 1902, 
Sarah Cecilia Wildman, and has issue — Joseph Gregory 
Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1903; Arthur Vincent Littledale, 
Gentleman, b. 1904 ; Philip George Littledale, Gentleman, 
b. 1907; Thomas Noel Littledale, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; 
and Sybil Maud Louisa. Res. — 

Sons of Rev. Charles Edward Littledale, b. 1843; d. 

1918 ; m. 1868, Emily Maria, d. of Rev. Carlyon, 

Vicar of St. Justs, Cornwall: — 

Arthur Reginald Cuthbert Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1870 ; 

m. 1906, Ethel, widow of H. Hill. Res. — British Columbia. 

Geoffrey Harold Carlyon Littledale, Gentleman, b. 1882 ; 

m. 1913, Laura Susan, d. of George Sinclair of Aberdeen. 

Res. — British Columbia. 

Edward Thornton Littledale, Gentleman,*. 1886. Res. — 

ALEXANDER LITTLEJOHN of Invercharron, Ard- 
gay, Ross and Cromarty, J. P., D.L. for co. Ross. Born 
1845, being the son of the late William Littlejohn, Esq., of 
Aberdeen, J.P. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1897) — Quarterly, 

1 and 4, azure, on a fesse engrailed with plain cottises argent, 
between three bugle-horns stringed or, a bow unstrung fesse- 
wise proper, a bordure wavy of the second (for Littlejohn) ; 

2 and 3, erminois, two bendlets sable, between an eagle's 
head erased in chief and a reindeer's head also erased in 
base, both proper (for Bentley) ; and impaling the arms of 
Bruce, namely or, a saltire cottised gules, on a chief of the 
last, a fleur-de-lys between two demi-lions erased of the 
field. Mantling azure, doubled argent. Crest — Upon a 
wreath of his liveries, three arrows, one in pale and two in 
saltire, points downward, proper. Motto — " Virtute tuta- 



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men." Married, 1869, Mary, dau. of Sir George Barclay 
Bruce, Knight Bachelor; and has issue — Helen Mary. 
Seat — Invercharron, Ardgay, N.B. Town res. — 1 Pem- 
broke Gardens, London, W. Clubs — Devonshire, National 
Liberal. 

LITTLETON Argent, a chevron between three 
escallops sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — 
A stag's head, caboshed sable, attired or, between the 
attires a bugle-horn sable, garnished and pendent from 
two annulets conjoined gold. Motto — " Ung Dieu et ung 
roy." 

Sons of Rt. Hon. Edward Richard Littleton, 2nd 

Baron Hatherton, C.B., b. 1815 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1841, 

Lady Margaret Percy (d. 1897), d. of 5th Duke of 

Northumberland : — 

Rt. Hon. Edward George Percy Littleton, C.M.G., 3rd 

Baron Hatherton, of Hatherton, Staffs. (11 May 1835) 

[Supporters — On the dexter a stag proper, gorged with a 

collar or, therefrom pendent an escutcheon argent, charged 

with a bugle stringed sable ; on the sinister a lion gules, 

gorged with a ducal coronet or, therefrom pendent an 

escutcheon charged as the dexter], Col. (ret.) G. Gds., 

J. P., C.A., V.L., b. 1842; m. 1867, Charlotte Louisa, 

d. of Sir Charles Rowley, 4th Bart. ; and has issue — 

(1) Hon. Edward Charles Rowley Littleton, J. P., D.L., 
b. 1868 [m. 1897, Hester, d. of Thomas Hoskins, 
M.D., of Tasmania; and has issue — (1) Edward Thomas 
Walhouse Littleton, Esq., lnte Lieut. R.N., b. 1900 [m. 
1925, Ida Gwendolen, d. of Robin Legg, of 33 Oakley 
Street, Chelsea, and has issue — 1 dau.] ; (2) John Walter 
Stuart Littleton, Esq., b. 1906; (3) Thomas Charles 
Tasman Littleton, Esq., b. 1907 ; Joyce Marie [m. 1923, 
James IanGairdner] ; Nora Hyacinthe \_m. 1923, Samuel 
Allsopp] ; Lilah Cecilia [m. 1922, Stewart Harrison, 
M.C., of Tiverton] ; Youla Edithe [m. 1927, J. E. Harris] ; 
and Hester (Res. — Hatherton Hall, Cannock, Staffs.)] ; 

(2) Hon. Algernon Joshua Percy Littleton, b. 1871 [m. 
19x3, Alice Maud, d. of Frederick Lewes (Res. — Hayling 
Island, Hants.)] ; (3) Hon. Charles Christopher Jocelyn 
Littleton, D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. (ret.) Middx. Regt., b. 
1872 [m. 1st, 1903, Aline Beatrix (d. 1919), d. of Sir 
Frederick Hervey-Bathurst, 4th Bart. ; 2nd, i922,Lettie, 
d. of Capt. Gerald Paget, and widow of Lt.-Col. R. H. 
Bernard, and has issue — Mervyn Cecil Littleton, Esq., 
b. 1908] ; (4) Hon. William Hugh Littleton, Maj. N. Staffs. 
Regt., b. 1882 [m. 1920, Lilian, d. of Charles Davis, of 
Clifton, Bristol ; and has issue — John Edward William 
Littleton, Esq., b. 1924 ; Margaret Hyacinthe (Res.- — 
Manor House, Tettenhall, nr. Wolverhampton)] ; Hon. 
Margaret Louisa [m. 1899, Brig.-Gen. Bertram Portal, 
C.B., D.S.O., 17th Lancers; and has issue] ; Hon. Hya- 
cinthe Frances; Hon. Susan Helen [m. 1900, Rev. Owen 
facson, of Tedsmore Hall, Oswestry ; and has issue] ; 
Hon. Mary Cecilia; Hon. Edith Modwena, A.R.R.C. 
Seat — Teddesley Park, nr. Penkridge, Staffs. Club — 
Travellers'. 

Hon. Henry Stuart Littleton, Capt. (ret.) Staffs. Yeo., 
J.P., Queensland, b. 1844 ; m. 1898, Agnes Caroline, d. of 
Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart, 7th Bart. Res.— 16 Wilton 
Place, S.W.i. Club— Travellers'. 

Sons of Hon. Algernon Charles Littleton, Rear-Adm. 

R.N., b. 1843 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1874, Lady Margaret 

Needham (Res. — 5 Warwick Square, S.W.), sister 

of 3rd Earl of Kilmorey : — 

Algernon Edward Percy Littleton, Esq., b. 188 1 ; w. 

1912, Violet Agnes Laetitia, d. of Sir John Salusbury- 

Trelawny, nth Bart.; and has issue — Leonard Vere 

Algernon Littleton, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; Robert Joscelyn 

Henry Littleton, Gentleman, b. 1915. Res. — Palmer's 

Street Farm, Tonbridge, Kent. 

Joscelyn William Littleton, Esq., M.C., Maj. (ret.) 
R.A., b. 1886; m. 1920, Annie, d. of George Wolley- 
Dod, of Calgary, Alberta ; and has issue. Res. — 

Richard Charles Arthur Littleton, Esq., Lieut.-Comdr. 
R.N.,6. 1888. Res.— 

LITTON of Midford (H. Coll., 27 Oct. 1924). Ermine, 
two roses in pale gules, barbed and seeded proper, 
between as many pallets azure, on a chief engrailed of 
the third, two ducal coronets or. Mantling azure and 
argent. Crest — On a wreath argent and azure, upon a 
rock, between two flags, stalked and leaved proper, a stork 
argent. Motto — " Prudentia gloriam acquirit." 

Son of Charles Burmeister, of 47 Regent's Park 
Road, N.W., b. 1826; d. 1908; m. 1869, Emily, 



d. of Thomas Litton, of 1 St. Mark's Villas, 

Tollington Park, N.W. :— 
Francis Litton, Gentleman, Lieut, (ret.) R.A., b. 1875. 
assumed 1919, the surname of Litton in lieu of Bur- 
meister, m. 1920, Eva Alice, d. of Thomas Wain 
Walsh, and has issue — Richard Thomas Litton, Gentle- 
man, b. 1922. Estate — Laravashier, Lake Naivasha, 
Kenya Colony. Club — Overseas. 

LITTON (Confn. U.O.). Ermine, a crescent gules, on 
a chief indented azure, three ducal coronets or. Mantling 
gules and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, an 




ermine's head ermine. Motto — "Prudentia gloriam ac- 
quirit." 

Son of Edward Thomas Litton, Esq., J. P., m. 2nd, 
Georgina, d. of William Minchin of Annagh, co. 
Tipperary : — 
William Henry Francis Litton, Gentleman, b. 13 Aug. 
1864 ; m. 1886, Catherine, d. of Major Blayney Thomas 
Winslow, J. P., of Mount Prospect, Derrylin, co. Fer- 
managh ; and has issue — Edward Leslie Litton, Gentleman, 
b. 1887. Res.— 

Sons of Edward de l'Establere Litton, Esq., J. P., 
of Ardavilling, co. Cork, b. 1864; d. 1902; m. 1894, 
Ida Kathleen, d. of Samuel Gordon, M.D. , ex-Pres. 
R. C.P.I. :— 
Edward Falconer Litton, Gentleman, b. 1896. Seat — 
Roy Vareilles Litton, Gentleman, b. 1897. Res. — 
Yr. sons of Edward Falconer Litton, Esq. , Judge of the 
Supreme Court and Land Commissioner, J. P., M.A., 
Q.C., M.P. for co. Tyrone 1880-81, b. 1827 ; d. 1890 ; 
m. 2nd, 1861, Lizzie (d. 1873), d. of Rev. Mark Clarke ; 
3rd, 1875, Mary, d. of Henry Lee: — 
Marshal William Litton, Esq., O.B.E. , Major late 
, b. 1869 ; m. 1896, Elizabeth Catherine 
Dorothea, d. of George S. Nason of Sandyhill, Tallow, 
co. Waterford ; and has issue — George Edward Litton, 
Esq., Capt. Indian Army, b. 1897. Res. — 16 Trebovir 
Road, S.W. Club— Naval and Military. 

Francis Henry Litton, Gentleman, b. 1875; m. 1903, 
Olive, d. of Anthony Joseph MacDermott of The Park, 
Killarney. Res. — 

LITTON of Woolmer Lodge (H. Coll., 31 May 1910). 
Per fesse dancett^e gules and or, in chief three ducal coro- 
nets of the last and in base a pale ermine. Mantling gules 
and or. Crest On a wreath of the colours, a stork stand- 
ing in its nest, both proper. Motto — " Occulta peto." 

Only son of Henry Litton of Ingersley, Chilworth, 
Hants., b. 1843; d. 1891 ; m. 1884, Hannah, d. and 
coh. of John Knowles of Darcy Lever Old Hall : — 



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William Roy Upton Litton, Esq., B.A. (Camb.), Capt. 
Gen. List, Inns of Court O.T.C., served Great War, b. 1886 ; 
m. 1923, Doris, d. of Philip Henry Champernowne, of 
Beckhams Manaton, Devon, and has issue — John Champer- 
nowne Litton, Gentleman, b. 1924; Richard Gervase 
Champernowne Litton, Gentleman, b. 1927. Seat— 
Woolme; Lodge, Bramshott, Hants. Club— Junior Carlton. 

LIVINGSTON (L.O. Matric. 24 Oct. 1916). Quarterly, 
1 and 4, grand quarters counterquartered, 1st and 4th, 
argent, three cinquefoils gules, within a double tressure flory 
counterflory vert ; 2nd and 3rd, sable, a bend between six 
billets or, the whole within a bordure quarterly azure and or ; 
in the centre of the quarters a mullet gules ; 2 and 3, grand 
quarters counterquartered as the 1st and 4th and within a 
bordure engrailed azure, in the centre of the quarters a 
mullet gules. 

Only surv. child of Eugene Augustus Livingston, of 
Tevick, New York, b. 1813 ; d. 1893 ; by 1st wife, m. 
1841, Harriet, d. of Edward Coleman: — 
Mary Coleman Livingston, m. 1868, Maturin Livingston 
Delafield, Gentleman, of Fieldston, New York (d. 1917). 

LIVINGSTON (L.O. , 13 Dec. 1909). Quarterly, rand 4, 
argent, three cinquefoils gules, within a double tressure flory 
counterflory vert (Livingston — In use 1296, recorded by 
Lindsay 1542) ; 2 and 3, sable, a bend between six billets 




saltire flagged of the second. Mantling gules, doubled 
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a gillyflower 
slipped proper. Motto — " Retinet nativum decus." 

Son of Charles Shannan Livingston, Glasgow and 

Liverpool : — 
Charles Livingston, Esq., Man. Dir. David Mclver 
and Co., Liverpool, formerly Chairman Liverpool 
Steamships Assoc, Hon. Comdr. R.N.V.R., High 
Sheriff Anglesey 1924, b. 1857 ; m. 1893, Ethel Maude, 
d. of J. Heap, of Birkenhead, and has issue — 1 son ; and 
1 dau. Res. — Merryflats, Oxton, Birkenhead ; Miny- 
garth, Glyngarth, Anglesey ; 61 James Street, Liverpool. 
Clubs— R. Thames Yacht, R.Y.S. 

The Late RONALD JOHN MACDONALD LIVING- 
STON-MACDONALD, Esquire, Captain Seaforth High- 
landers, of Fledigarry House, Staffin, Skye. Born 1863, 
elder son of the late Ronald Livingston of Drimsynie, in the 
county of Argyll, by his wife Agnes Johanna, daughter of 
Captain Ninian Jeffrey, Ross-shire Local Militia. Armorial 
bearings — Quarterly, first and fourth grandquarters counter- 




quartered, 1. argent, a lion rampant gules ; 2. or, a 
hand in armour, holding a cross crosslet fitchee gules ; 3, 
or, a galley, sails furled sable ; 4. vert, a salmon naiant in 
fesse proper, all within a bordure parted per pale or and azure 
(for Macdonald) ; second and third grand quarters or, three 
cinquefoils gules (for Livingston). Upon the escutcheon is 
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, 
doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for 
Crest, a hand in armour proper, holding a cross crosslet 
fitchee azure. Motto — " Per mare per terras." Livery — 
Claret colour and silver. 

LIVINGSTONE, see FENTON-LIVINGSTONE. 



or (Callendar), the whole within a bordure embattled and 

quarterly azure and argent. 

Only child and heir of John Livingston of Livingston 
Manor, New York, U.S.A., d. 1927; m. Catherine, d. 
of John William Hamersley: — 
Katharine Livingston, m. 1900, Lawrence Timpson, 

Esq., Capt. Hampshire Carabiniers (q.v.) ; and has issue. 

Res. — Appleton Manor, Abingdon, Berks. Club — Sesame. 

LIVINGSTON (L.O. Matric. 1917). Quarterly, 1 
and 4, argent, three cinquefoils gules, within a double 
tressure flory counterflory vert ; 2 and 3, sable, a bend 
between six billets or, a crescent in the centre of the quarters 
gules, the whole within a bordure engrailed azure. 

Fourth but eld. surv. d. of Morgan Lewis Livingston, 
of New York City, b. 1799 ; d. 1869; m. 1829, Catherine 
(d. 1886), d. of James Manning: — 
Julia Livingston, Spinster. Res. — New York City. 

LIVINGSTON (L.O.). Argent, two gillyflowers in 
chief gules, and in base a galley sable, sail furled oars in 



NOELCHRISTIANLIVINGSTONE-LEARMONTH, 
Esquire, Captain R.A. Born 1871, being the second 
but eldest surviving son of the late Andrew James 
Livingstone- Learmonth, by his wife Frances Maxwell 
Buchanan, daughter of Boyd Alexander C'unninghame 
of Craigends, co. Renfrew. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 
1870) — Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, on a chevron sable, three 
lozenges of the first (for Learmonth) ; 2 and 3, argent, a 
mascle azure, between three gillyflowers slipped gules, a 
double tressure flory counterflory vert (for Livingstone), 
the whole within a bordure wavy azure. Mantling gules, 
doubled aryent. Crests — 1. on the dexter side, on a wreath 
of his liveries, a dove, holding in the beak an olive branch 
proper (for Learmonth) ; 2. on the sinister side, on a wreath 
of his liveries, a dexter hand holding a sabre proper (for 
Livingstone). Mottoes — " Dum spiro spero" (for Lear- 
month); " Si possim " (for Livingstone). Married, 1913, 
Winifred Margaret, daughter of James H. Ismay, of Iwerne 
Minster, Dorset, and has issue — Margaret Frances ; and 
Ursula Joan. Residence — Fifehead Magdalen, Gillingham, 
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SOMERVILLE REID LIVINGSTONE - LEAR- 
MONTH, Gentleman. Born 1861, being the eldest son of 
the late Somerville Livingstone- Learmonth, by his wife Maria 
Katherine, dau. of Lestock Robert Reid, of the Bombay 
Civil Service. Armorial bearings (L.O. ,1870). — Quarterly, 
1 and 4, or, on a chevron sable, three lozenges of the 
first (for Learmonth) ; 2 and 3, argent, a mascle azure, be- 
tween three gillyflowers slipped gules, within a double tres- 
sure flowered counterflowered of fleurs-de-lis vert (for Living- 
stone), the whole within a bordure invected azure. Mant- 
ling gules, doubled argent. Crests— 1. on the dexter side, 
on a wreath of his liveries, a dove, holding in the beak an 
olive branch proper (for Learmonth) ; 2. on the sinister side, 
on a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand grasping a sabre 




proper (for Livingstone). Mottoes— "Dum spiro spero " 
(for Learmonth) ; " Si possim " (for Livingstone). Married, 
July 5, 1886, Isabella, dau. of Samuel Smith Travers of 
Hobart, Tasmania ; and has had Issue (1) Somerville James 
Livingstone-Learmonth, Gentleman, b. 1892, d. Sept. 28, 
1900; (2) Maxwell John Livingstone-Learmonth, Esq., 
Capt. late Irish Guards, b. Oct. 14, 1894 [m. 1918, Ella 
Florence, widow of Nigel James Christian Livingstone- 
Learmonth, and d. of the late John Hargreaves, and has 
issue — John Somerville Livingstone-Learmonth, Gentleman, 
6. 1919] ; (3) Lestock Robert Livingstone-Learmonth, 
Gentleman, Lieut, late Black Watch, b. Nov. 12, 1897 
[m. 1926, Sheila Honoria, d. of the late Duncan Macpher- 
son, R.N.] ; (4) Somerville Travers Alexander Livingstone- 
Learmonth, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; and Winifred Alison [m. 
1917, Ha ry Surtees (2nd son of Sir E. Altham Altham, 
K.C.S.I., etc.), Lt.-Col. K.R.R. (Special Reserve), D.S.O., 
M.C., and has issue]. Res. — Cadlington, Horndean, 
Hants. Club— Arthur's. 

THOMAS LIVINGSTONE LIVINGSTONE-LEAR- 
MONTH, Gentleman. Born i860, being the eldest son 
of Thomas Livingstone-Learmonth, Esq., J. P., by his wife 
Louisa H. , youngest dau. of Major -Gen. Sir Thomas 
Valiant, of H.M. 40th Regt. Armorial bearings (L.O., 
1870) — Quarterly, 1 and 4, or, on a chevron sable, three 
lozenges of the first (for Learmonth) ; 2 and 3, argent, a 
mascle azure, between three gillyflowers slipped gules, a 
double tressure flory counterflory vert (for Livingstone), the 
whole within a bordure engrailed azure. Mantling gules, 
doubled argent. Crests— 1. on the dexter side, on a wreath of 
his liveries, a dove holding in the beak an olive branch proper 
(for Learmonth) ; 2. on the sinister side, on a wreath of his 
liveries, a dexter hand holding a sabre proper (for Living- 
stone). Mottoes — "Dum spiro spero" (for Learmonth); 
" Si possim " (for Livingstone). Married, 1914, Clare Elise 
Bornefield. Res. — 



ARTHUR COTTON LIVINGSTONE-LEAR- 
MONTH, Gentleman. Born 1852, being the third but 
eldest surv. son of John Livingstone-Learmonth, by his 
wife Anne Alicia, dau. of John MacWhirter, M.D., 
of Edinburgh. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1870)— Quar- 
terly, 1 and 4, or, on a chevron sable, three lozenges of 
the first (for Learmonth) ; 2 and 3, argent, a mascle 
azure, between three gillyflowers slipped gules, a 
double treasure flory counterflory vert (for Livingstone), the 
whole within a bordure azure. Mantling gules, doubled 
argent. Crests — 1. on the dexter side, on a wreath of his 
liveries, a dove, holding in the beak an olive branch proper 
(for Learmonth) ; 2. on the sinister side, on a wreath of his 
liveries, a dexter hand, holding a sabre proper (for Living- 
stone). Mottoes — "Dum spiro spero" (for Learmonth); 
Si possim" (for Livingstone). Married, 1878, Eliza Jane 
Millar, and has issue — Kenneth Francis Livingstone-Lear- 
month, Gentleman, b. 1880; Arthur Percy Livingstone- 
Learmonth, Gentleman, b. 1885 [m. Alice Laura Grei<j,and 
has issue — Joan Margaret ; Pauline Mary ; and Hazel] ; 
Alicia Mary [m. Capt. Geoffrey Lewis Tupper] ; and Ruth 
Frances [m. Comdr. Ralph Douglas Binney, R.N., and 
has issue]. Res. — Murrayfield, Milner Road, Bournemouth. 

LLEWELLIN (H. Coll., 6 Nov. 1924). Argent, a 
lion rampant sable, in dexter chief two sinister bendlet 3 
enhanced gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant regardant 
sable, between two leeks proper. Motto — " Ffyddlawn a 
gwyliadwrus." 

Eldest son of John Llewellin, of Blue Lodge, Glos., 
b. 1841 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1888, Edith Georgiana, d. of 
Edward Bretherton, of Redland, Bristol : — 
John Lionel Bretherton Llvwelyn Llewellin, Esq., 
F.R.G.S., M.A. (Oxon.), 1st Class Official in Administra- 
tion, Kenya Colony, b. 1889 ; m. 1924, Helen McPherson, 
d. of McPherson Raven. Seat — Hanham Hall, nr. Bristol. 
Res. — Watersmeet Farm, P.O. Sergoil, Kenya Colony, 
E. Africa. Clubs — Athenaeum, Nairobi (Kenya). 

LLEWELLIN, of Upton House. Gules, three chevronels 
couped ermine, between as many spear-heads or. Mantling 
gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lamb 
passant argent, supporting with the dexter forefoot a flag- 




staff in bend sinister proper, therefrom flowing a banner 
gules, charged with a spear-head or, between two wings of 
the third, on each a like spear-head. Motto — "Duwfoar 
fy rhan. " 

Issue of William Llewellin, Esquire, J. P. cos. Poole, 
Monmouth (High Sheriff 1901), and Dorset (High 
Sheriff 1909, b. 1856 (being the eldest son of the late 
William Llewellin, Esq., of Hill Grange, Abergavenny, 
J. P. co. Monmouth) ; d. 1927 ; m. 1st Jan. 1889, Frances 



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Mary (d. 1907), eldest d. of Lewis Davis Wigan of 
Oakwood, Maidstone, Kent ; 2nd, 1908, Ada Elizabeth, 
d. of the late Henry Wigan of Eversley, Winchmore 
Hill, and widow of the late Francis Gaskell of 98 Port- 
land Place, W. : — 
William Wigan Llewellin, Esq., Civil Service, late Capt. 
4th Batt. The Dorset Regt., b. Nov. 1889. Res.— Upton 
House, nr. Poole, Dorset. Club — Cavendish. 

John Jestyn Llewellin Esq., O.B.E. , M.C., Major Dorset 
Heavy Bde. R.A. , Barrister-at-Law, M.P. Uxbridge 
(Middlx.) div., 1929, b. Feb. 1893. Chambers — 3 Brick 
Court, Temple E.C. 
Margaret Mary. 



LLEWELYN, 
LLEWELYN. 



see DILLWYN - VENABLES 



LLEWELLYN of St. Fagans (H. Coll.) Per chevron 
or and gules, in chief a lion passant, and in base three 
chevronels, all counterchanged. Mantling gules and or. 
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-dragon, holding 
in the mouth a dexter hand couped proper. Badge — Two 
primroses slipped in saltire proper, entiled by a circlet 
or. Motto — " Moribus fortuna vincitur." 

Son of Rees Llewellyn, Esq., J. P., of Bwlfa House, 

Aberdare : — 
Sir David Richard Llewellyn, 1st Bart. (31 Jan. 1922), 
J. P., Glamorgan, b. 1879 ; m. 1905, Magdalene Anne, d. of 
Rev. Henry Harries, D.D., of Porthcawl, and has issue — 
Rhys Llewellyn, Esq,, b. 19 10 ; Henry Morton Llewellyn, 
Esq., b. 191 1 ; David Treharne Llewellyn, Esq., b, 1916 ; 
William Herbert Rhidian Llewellyn, Esq., b. 1919 ; 
Margaret Elaine; Elizabeth Aileen Maud; Marjorie Joyce; 
Magdalene Clare. Seat— The Court, St. Fagans, Cardiff. 
Town res. — 3 Whitehall Court, S.W. Club— Reform. 

LLEWELLYN of Singapore (H. Coll., 1 Nov. 1916). 

Sable, a fesse argent, charged with two barrulets wavy 

azure, between in chief two roses of the second, barbed 

and seeded proper, in base a lion rampant or. Mantling 

sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a 

lion rampant sable, supporting with the forepaws a 

sword, point downwards, or, and resting the dexter hind 

leg on a fountain. Motto — " Gwve a gyffro Llew-y-llyn." 

Sons of Herbert Roland Llewellyn, Capt. in H.M.'s 

Army, Adjutant Singapore Vol. Corps, b 1873; d. 

1919; m. 1911, Florence Isabel, d. of Thomas 

Maidment, of Melbourne : — 

William Roland Griffyd Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. 

1916. Address — c/o. Messrs. Parbury, Henty & Co., 

20 Eastcheap, E.C. 

Roland Montfort Chinnock Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. 
1918. 

LLEWELLYN of Baglan Hall and Court Colrnan 
(H. Coll.). Per fesse embattled azure and or, a javelin 
erect between two boars' heads erased in chief and a like 
boar's head erased between two javelins in base all 
counterchanged. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a 
wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper, a boar's head 
erased or, in front of three javelins, one in pale and 
two in saltire, also proper. Motto — " Gwell angau na 
chywilydd." Livery — Blue, yellow waistcoat. 

Sons of Robert William Llewellyn, Esq., J. P. and D.L. 

Glamorgansh., late Capt. Roy. Glamorgan L. Inf. Mil.; 

and formerly Cornet Roy. Dragoons, b. 1848 ; d. 1910 ; 

m. 1882, Harriet Annie, d. of late William Blandy of 

Kingston Bagpews, Berks. : — 
William Herbert Clydwyn Llewellyn, Esq.. J. P. Gla- 
morgan, late Lieut. S. Wales Borderers, b. 1883; m. 1909, 
Dorothy Louisa, d. of Col. G. Carwithen of Ashsprington 
House, S. Devon ; and has issue — (1) William Robert George 
Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. i9ro; (2) David Reginald Lle- 
wellyn, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; (3) Krancis Carwithen 
Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Glyn Herbert Llewellyn, 
Gentleman, b. 1916; and Mary Constantia. Seat — Court 
Colman, Bridgend, Glamorganshire. 

Griffith Robert Poyntz Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. 1886; 
m. 1911, Emily Constance, d. of Algernon Leveson Elwes, 
J. P. ; and has issue — Griffith Owen Llewellyn, Gentleman, 
b. r9i2 ; Hermione ; and Cynthia. 

John Blandy Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. 1890. 
Robert Godfrey Llewellyn, Gentleman, b. 1893. 

LLOYD, see HUTCHINSON - LLOYD- VAUGHAN, 
WHITELOCKE - LLOYD, "and HOPE - LLOYD- 
VERNEY. 



LLOYD of Bronwydd. Azure, a wolf rampant 

argent within a bordure ermine. Mantling azure and 

argent. Crest — In front of a holly-tree proper, a boar 

passant argent, semee of estoiles azure, collared and 

chained to the tree, or. Motto — " Iddow Bor diolch." 

Son of Sir Thomas Davies Lloyd, 1st Bart., b. 1820 ; 

d. 1877; m. 1846, Henrietta Maria, d. of George 

Reid, of Watlington Hall, Norfolk :— 

Sir Marteine Owen Mowbray Lloyd, 2nd Bart., of 
Bronwydd, co. Cardigan, Lord Marcher of Kemes, J. P. 
cos. Pembroke, Carmarthen, and Cardigan (High Sheriff 
1880), b. 1851 ; m. i878,Katherine Helena, d. of the late 
Alexander Dennistoun of Golfhill, Glasgow, and grand- 
niece of the Marquis de la Tour-Mauberg, Minister for 
the Netherlands at the Court of St. James's, London, in 
1 85 1 ; and has had issue — Marteine Kemes Arundel 
Lloyd, Esq., Capt. Gren. Gds., b. 1890; killed in action 
19 16 ; Nesta Constance Muriel [m. 1908, Frederick With- 
ington, of Fringford Lodge, Bicester; and has issue] ; 
Peverel de Lormet [m. 1914, Roger Lloyd, son of Col. 
Lloyd, of Plas Trecyan, Anglesey] ; Joan Henllys [m. 
1921, Capt. Philip Gregson- Ellis, Gren. Gds., of Trefnant, 
co. Denbigh]. Seats — Bronwydd, Hennllan, R.S.O., 
Cardigan; Newport Castle, co. Pembroke. Club — 
Arthur's. 

Sir Marteine has the right of appointing annually the 
Mayor of Newport, co. Pembroke, by virtue of a charter 
of Nicholas FitzMartin, Lord Marcher of Kemes in 1251. 

LLOYD (U.O.). Gules, a lion rampant regardant be- 
tween two flaunches or, each charged with three cinquefoils 
sable. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of 
the colours, on three cinquefoils in fesse or, a lion rampant 
regardant gules. Motto — ' ' Vi et virtute." 

Sons of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., -of Beechmount, J. P. and 
D.L. co. Limerick, J. P. cos. Clare and Tipperary, 
b. 1798; d. 1873; m. 2nd, r838, Julia Palmer, d. of 
Capt. Frances Hall : — 
Major-Gen. Thomas Francis Lloyd, J. P., D.L. (High 
Sheriff 1894), Major-Gen. (ret.) in the Army, formerly 
Col. comdg. 2nd Regtl. Dist. and Lt.-Col. comdg. 98th 
Regt. , sometime A.A.Q.M.G. Cork Dist. , b. 1839 ; m. 1870, 
Mary Henrietta, d. of Christian Allhusen, Esq., D.L. , of 
Stoke Court, Bucks. ; and has had issue — Thomas Henry 
Eyre Lloyd, Esq., Capt. Coldstream Gds., b. 1871, killed in 
action at Brakenlaagte, S. Africa, 1901. Seat — Beech- 
mount, Rathkeale, co. Limerick. 

Arthur Rickard Lloyd, Gentleman, b. ; m. 1869, 

Theodosia (d. 1894), d. of Capt. John Talbot of Mount 
Talbot, D.L. ; and has had issue— (1) John Arthur Thomas 
Lloyd, Gentleman, b. [m. 1904, Isabel Keith; eldest 

d. of David Campbell of Glasgow] ; (2) Henry Talbot 
Lloyd, Esq., Capt. R.M.L. Inf., killed in action at Tientsin, 
b. ; (3) Arthur Eustace Lloyd, Gentleman, b. ; 

and Diana. Res. — 

LLOYD, formerly of Danyrallt (Ped. H. Coll.). Quar 
terly, 1 and 4, sable, a spear-head embrued proper, between 
three scaling-ladders argent, on a chief gules a castle trip'e- 




turretted of the second ; 2 and 3, azure, a wolf rampant argent, 
Motto—" Heb Dduw heb ddim a Dduw a digon." Livery 
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Sons of Rev. Iorwerth Grey Lloyd, M.A. Exeter Coll., 

Oxford, F.S.A. , Prebendary or Canon of Llandewi 

Aberarth, in the Cathedral Church of St. David's, a 

Surrogate for the Diocese of St. David's, b. 22 Oct. 

1844; d. 1920 ; m. 1871 Nina, third surv. d. of late 

Charles Eastland de Michele, sometime H.B.M. Consul 

at St. Petersburg : — 

Edward Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; m. 1904, Alexandra, 

onlyd. of John M. Dalgleish of Vancouver, Brit. Columbia, 

and has issue — Iorwerth Dalgleish Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 

1905 [m. 1927, Catharine, only d. of P. McNiven, of 

Cumberland, B.C.] ; Nina Eleanor ; and Alianore Mary 

Courteney. Res. — Courtney, British Columbia. 

Vaughan Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1876; m. 1906, Elizabeth 
Grace, d. of David Gibson Fleming of Tunbridge Wells, and 
has issue — David Mervyn Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1907; and 
RoonaMary. Res. — 
Griffith Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1884. 

Sons of Howard Meuric Lloyd (q.v. ). : — 

LLOYD (H. x Coll., 1 Dec. 1924). Azure, a pale or, 
surmounted by a fesse ermine, thereon a garb of the 
second, three horses' heads erased counterchanged. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the 
colours, in front of a horse's head erased sable, two 
frets or. Motto — " Virtus invidiam vincit." 

Son of Sir Horatio Lloyd, Recorder of Chester, 

b. 1829; d. 1918; m. 1856, Harriette (d. 1902), 

d. of the late Honoratus Leigh Rigby, of Hawarden, 

Flint:— 

Edward Honoratus Lloyd, Esq., K.C , Barrister-at-Law, 

and Bencher, Middle Temple, Recorder of Chester, b. 

i860 ; m. 1883, Harriet, d. of the late Sir Thomas Gibbons 

Frost. Res. — 22 Cadogan Gardens, S.W. 

LLOYD, formerly of Ffos-y-Bleiddied (H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, a spear-head embrued proper 
between three scaling-ladders argent, on a chief gules, a 
castle of the second ; 2 and 3, azure, a wolf rampant 
argent. Motto—' ' Ar dduw y gydd. " 

Only surv. son of John Philipps Allen Lloyd-Philipps 
(formerly Lloyd) of Dale Cattle and Mabwys, J. P. , D. L. 
(High Sheriff 1844), b. 1802; d. 1879; ?n. 2nd, Eliza- 
beth Anne Bellairs, eld. d. of James Peel Stevenson of 
Uffington, Lines. : — 
Col. Rhodri Vaughan Lloyd-Philipps, formerly Lt.-Col. 
Pembroke R.G.A. (T.F.), and Capt. 1st Life Gds., J. P. 
co. Pembroke (High Sheriff 1906), b. 1874; m. 1st, 1902, 
Mary Dorothy (d. 1913), d. of Bowen Pottinger Woosman, 
Esq., D.L., of Woodfield, Pembroke ; 2nd, 1914, Margaret 
Elinor, d. of Rev. Gerald Colvile, Rector of Weston-under- 
Lizard ; and has surv. issue— Hugh Vaughan Lloyd- 
Philipps, Gentleman, b. 1906; Gwenllian Nest Bellairs; 
and Sonia Joan Bellairs. Seats— Dale Castle, Milford 
Haven ; Coedllys, Carmarthen. Clubs— Bachelors', Bath. 
Sons of Richard Lloyd, of Henblas, Cardigan, b. 1842 ; 
d. 1887 ; m. 1871, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Robert 
Knapp Barrow of Kingston, Glos : — 
Richard Llewellin Lloyd, Esq., J. P. (High Sheriff 1912) 
for Pembrokeshire, b. 1872; m. 1903, Beatrice eld. d. of 
late William Williams, J. P., of Aberystwith ; and has 
issue — Elinor Mary Beatrice Philipps; Frances Grace 
Philipps ; and Cecilia Margaret Elizabeth Philipps. Seat 
— Penty Park, nr. Haverfordwest. 

Harry Adams Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1873. Res.— 
John Lewis Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1881. Res. — 

LLOYD of Aston. Quarterly, 1 and 4, quarterly or 
and azure, four roebucks counterchanged ; 2 and 3, 
per fesse sable and argent, a lion rampant counterchanged. 
Mantling azure and or. Crest — A roebuck's head or. 
Badge — Issuant from a crown of five strawberry leaves 
or, a demi-lion rampant argent. Motto — "Hwy pery 
clod na golud." 

Sons of Richard Thomas Lloyd, of Aston Hall, Salop, 
and Rolls Park, Essex, b. 1820 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1852, 
Lady Frances Hay, d. of 10th Earl of Kinnoul : — 

Rev. Rossendale Lloyd, Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. 
(Cantab.) Lord of the Manor of Selattyn, Rector of 
Selattyn since 1890, b. 1863 ; m. 1899, Katherine Frances, 
d. of Rev. Walter Hook, Rector of Porlock; and has 
issue — Andrew Francis Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1903 ; 
Gwenever Mary ; Lorna Katherine. Seats— Aston Hall, 
Oswestry ; Rolls Park, Chigwell , Essex . 

Richard Harvey Lloyd, Maj. (ret.) Canadian Army, 
b. 1868 ; m. 1890, Kathleen Agnes, d. of the late J. Day, 
of Mayfield, Sussex. Res.— 



LLOYD of Dolobran (circa 15th cent., H. Coll.). 
Quarterly, 1. azure, a chevron between three cocks argent, 
wattled, crested, and armed or; 2. sable, a goat statant 
argent, horned and unguled or ; 3. as first ; 4. per pale or 
and gules, two lions rampant addorsed counterchanged ; 5. 
sable, three nags' heads erased argent ; 6. sable, three 
escutcheons or, each charged with a lion rampant gules ; 
7. azure, three coronets in pale or. Mantling azure and 




argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a 
fern brake, a goat salient argent, horned and unguled or, 
gorged with a collar flory counteifiory sable. Mottoes 
— "Gwylia"; " Esto vigilans." Livery — Blue, white 
facings. 

Sons of Sampson Samuel Lloyd , Esq. , J. P. , of Dolobran , 

and of The Priory and Budbrooke House, co. Warwick, 

b. 1846 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1868, Jane Emilia, d. of Thomas 

Lloyd of The Priory : — 

Thomas Owen Lloyd, Esq., J. P. and (1915) High Sheriff 

co. Warwick, b. 1873 ; m. 1898, Elsie Emma Mary, d. of 

Rev. John Adams, Vicar of Offchurch, co. Warwick ; and 

has issue — Sampson Llewellyn Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1907. 

Seats — Dolobran, co. Montgomery ; The Priory, and 

Budbrooke House, co. Warwick. 

Rt. Hon. Sir George Ambrose Llovd, P.C. , G.C.S. I., 
G.C.I.E., D.S.O., 1st Baron Lloyd of Dolobran. Mont- 
gomery (1925) [Supporters— On either side a goat argent, 
horned and unguled or, and gorged with an Eastern crown, 
also or], F. R.G.S. , Capt. (ret.) Warwick Yeo. , Governor of 
Bombay 1918-23, High Commr. for Egypt and Sudan 
1925-29, has Orders of St. Anne (Russia), El Nahda of the 
Hedjaz and the Nile, b. 1879; m. 1911, Hon. Blanche 
Lascelles, Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem, d. of Commdr. the Hon. Frederick 
Lascelles, of Sutton Waldron House, Blandford ; and has 
issue — Hon. Alexander David Frederick Lloyd, b. 191 2. 
Res. — 24 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W. Clubs — 
Bath, Carlton, Travellers'. 

Sons of George Herbert Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1850 ; d. 
1914 ; m. 2nd, 1877, Amy Letitia, d. of Henry Chance 
of Sherborne House, Warwick: — 
Herbert Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1879. 

Henry David Llewellyn Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; w. 
1908, Amy Letitia, d. of A. W. Morgan of Glaslyn, Car- 
diff. Res.— 

Yr. son of Sampson Samuel Lloyd, Esq., J. P., M.P., 
of Dolobran and of Janoway Hill, Woking ; b. 1820 ; d. 
1899; m. 1st, 1844, Emma, d. of Samuel Reeve of 
Leighton Buzzard ; 2nd, 1865, Marie Wilhelmine Sophie 



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Christiane, d. of H. E. Frederick William Menckhoff, 
Lt.-Gen. in the Prussian Army: — 
Charles Frederick Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; tn. 1896, 
Fanny Helen, d. of Sir Reginald Bray of Shere ; and has 
surv. issue — John Charles Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1897 ; Evan 
Simpson Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; and Helen Mary 
Beatrice. Res. — 

Son of George Braithwaite Lloyd, Esq., J. P. for 
Birmingham, formerly Mayor of that city, b. 1824 ; 
d. 1903; tn. 1851, Mary, d. ofS. Hutchinson: — 
John Henry Lloyd, Gentleman, m. Gertrude, d. of Joseph 
Keep of Edgbaston, and has issue. Res. — 

Son of Samuel Lloyd, J. P. co. Warwick, b. 1827 ; d. 
; tn. 1858, Jane Eliza, d. of W. Janson: — 
Samuel Janson Lloyd, Esq., J. P. and C.C. Northants., b. 
1870 ; m. 1896, Margaret Ellen, d. of Rev. Edward Philips, 




and has issue — 8 sons; 3 daus. Res. — Pipewell Hall, 
nr. Kettering. 

Sons of Howard Lloyd, Esq., J. P., of Grafton Manor, 
Bromsgrove, b. 1837 ; d. ; tn. 1867, Mariabella, d. 

d. of John Eliot Howard, F.R.S. :— 

Howard Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1868. 

Cecil Ambrose Lloyd, Esq., J. P. Staffs., b. 1870 ; m. 1902, 
Jessie Marian Padd< n ; and has surv. issue — Humphrey 
Howard Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1902; Edward Ambrose 
Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1904. Res. — White Lodge, Bel- 
broughton, nr. Stourbridge. 

John Eliot Howard Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1872; m. 1900, 
Florence Louise Armstrong, and has surv. issue — Eliot 
Fraser Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1900 ; Seton Howard Frederick 
Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; John Peregrine Francis Lloyd, 
Gentleman, b. 1907; Mary Eliot; and Gwynette Eliot. 
Res.— 

Godfrey Isaac Howard Lloyd, Gentleman, M.A. (Camb. ), 
b. ; m. , Constance Lydia Allen Booth ; and has 

issue — Peter Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1907; and Mariabella. 
Res.— 

Cyril Edward Lloyd, Esq., M.P. Dudley since 1922, b. 
1876; m. 1909, Phyllis Gretchen Waterlow, and has issue 
Angelica Mary. Res. — B oome, nr. Stourbridge. 

Rev. Robert Howard Lloyd, M.A. (Oxon), b. 
Res. — Rotherfield, Grey's Rectory, Henley-on-Thames. 

Rev. Sylvanus Fox Lloyd, M.A. (Oxford), b. ; tn. 



1911, Marjorie Henry Gordon Crease. Res. — Old Pound 
Cottage, Chobham, Surrey. 

Sons 1 f Francis Zachary Lloyd, Esq., C.B.E. (eld. son 
of Francis Zachary Lloyd, see below), b. 1869 ; d. 1920 ; 
in. 1907, Katherine Mary, yst. d. of Rev. George 
Crewdson of St. Mary's, Windermere: — 
William Zachary Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1915. Res. — 
Areley Hall, Worcs. 
John Crewdson Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1917. 

Yngr. sons of Sampson Zachary Lloyd, Esq., J. P., of 

Areley Hall, Worcs., b. 1843; d. 1914 ; tn. 1866, 

Eleanor (d. 1885), d. of John Eliot Howard, F. R.S. , 

of Tottenham, co. Middx. : — 

Ernest Sampson Lloyd, Esq, C.S.I., I.C.S. , b. 

1870; tn. 1899, Mary, yst. d. of William Young of The 

Manor House, Droitwich, and has issue — William Antony 

Sampson Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1900 ; Philip Montague 

Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; Charles Christopher Lloyd, 

Gentleman, b. 1906. Res. — The Lower House, Areley 

Kings, Worcs. 

Thomas Zachary Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; tn. 1905, 
Agnes Gertrude Wigram ; and has issue — Stephen Lloyd, 
Gentleman, 6. 1906 ; Martin Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1908 ; 
Thomas Wigram Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 191 1 ; John Michael 
Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. — 19 Portland Road, 
Edgba-ton. 

William Dillworth Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1876 ; tn. 1905, 
Elsie Maria Wordsworth ; and has issue — Geoffrey Dil- 
worth Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1906 Res. — West Garth, 
Normanton, Yorks. 

Edmund Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1880. Res. 

Son of Francis Henry Lloyd, Esq., J. P., of Stowe 
Hill, Lichfield, b. 1844; d. 1916 ; tn. 1867, Alice, d. of 
John Eliot Howard, F.R.S.:— 
Daniel Charles Lloyd, Gentleman, b. ; m. 

Hilda Bolton. Res. 

Sons of Richard Borradaile Lloyd, Gentleman, a Banker 

in London, b. 1839; tn. Catherine Jean Campbell, d. of 

Gilbert P. Money, Bengal Civil Service : — 

Richard Money Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; m. 1903, 

Frederica Georgina Anne, widow of Capt. Charles Morris 

Kembleand d. of Capt. Frederick William Swann Webber ; 

and has issue— Trevor Richard Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; 

and Meryth Freda. 

Stanley Owen Lloyd, Esq., Major R.A., b. 1878. Res.— 
The Laurels, Frensham, Surrey. 

Noel Tudor Lloyd, Esq. , Capt. 5th Batt. Northumberland 
Fus. , b. 1882; m. 1909, Marjorie Katherine, elder d. of 
Harcourt Sawyer of Lower Farm, Arundel ; and has issue — 
a dau. Res. 

Sons of Richard Harman Lloyd of Allesley House, b. 

1807 ; d. 1867; tn. 1835, Isabella Mary, d. of William 

Borradaile of Bedford Hill, Streatham, Surrey: — 

Albert Lloyd, Esq., Lt.-Col. late 100th Foot, b. 1842; 

tn. Emily, d. of Alexander Crow ; and has Issue — Ethel 

Gwendoline; Muriel Winifred ; and Gwladys. Res. — 

George Lloyd, Esq., b. 1843 ; tn. Isabel Brisbane, d. cf 
John de Courcy Bremer; and has surv. issue — (1) Alfred 
Harold Bremer Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1874 [m. 1900, 
Florence Richardson; and has issue — Alfred Lloyd, Gentle- 
man, b. 1902; and Isabel Malvina]; (2) Brisbane Bremer 
Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1877; Ina Beatrice [m. 1894, Verner 
Wise Moore, and has issue] ; and Isabel Kathleen. Res.— 
Llwellyn Septimus Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1851. Res. — 
Ernest Octavius Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; tn. 1888, 
Marga et, d. of A. A. Collye -B istow ; and has issue — (1) 
Ernest Alfred Collyer Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1890; (2) Ivor 
David LloyJ, Gentleman, b. 1903; and Phyllis Margaret 
Olivia. Res. — 

LLOYD of Trallwyn (H. Coll. 1815). Azure, on a 
chevron or, between three spear-heads argent, a torteau 
between two bulls' heads caboshed sable. Mantling azure 
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant 
argent, gutt^e-de-sang. surmounting two spears in saltire 
proper. Motto—" Instanter perfectus." Livery — Blue 
with yellow. 

Son of John Ellis Lloyd, b. 1819 ; d. 1873 ; tn. 1845, 
Eleanor, d. of JohnSothern of The Priory, Liverpool : — 

Hugh Gwynn Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1859. Seat — 
Trallwyn, Chwilog, Carnarvonshire. Res — Oregon, U.S.A. 

LLOYD of Lossett (Confn. 1885, U.O.). Or, a lion ram- 
pant regardant sable, on a canton azure, a cross pat£e fitcWe 
of the first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath 



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on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped or. Motto — ' ' Tendit 
in ardua virtus." 

Son of Clifford Bartholomew LLoyd, Esq., b. 1845 ; d. 
1915 ; m. 1st, 1870, Isabella Maria (d. 1892), d. of 
Major Des Voeux of Portarlington, Queen's Co. : — 
Wilmot Humphrey Clifford LLoyd, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; 
m. 1914, Kathleen Mary, only child of William Sullivan of 
Killiney, co. Dublin, and g.-dau. of the late Rt. Hon. Sir 
Edward Sullivan, Bart., P.C., Lord Chancellor of Ireland ; 
and has issue— Desmond Humphrey Clifford LLoyd, Gentle- 
man, b. 1917 ; and Nedda Cecil Clifford. Res. — Losset, 
Killiney, co. Dublin. 

Son of Lt.-Col. William Chetwode LLoyd, formerly 
20th Hussars, served in Sudan 1884-5, b. 1846; d. 
1909 ; m , Catherine, eldest d. of Thomas Garnett 

of Furze Hill Lodge, Brighton : — 
Humphrey LLoyd, Gentleman, b. 
Younger son of Bartholomew Clifford LLoyd (see 
above); m. 2nd, Caroline Hamilton Brooke: — 
Brig. -Gen. Frederick Charles LLoyd, C.B., formerly 
Lincolnshire Regt., served in S. Africa 1900-2 in command 
7th Batt. Mounted Infantry (mentioned in desp. , Brevet- 
Major, Queen's Medal and five clasps, King's Medal and 
two clasps), and Great War 1914-17, b. i860; m. 
Millicent, ygst. d. of Thomas Garnett ; and has issue- 
Clifford Humphrey LLoyd, Gentleman, Lieut. R A., 6. ; 
and Vera Millicent. Res. — 10 Cromwell Road, Hove, 
Sussex. 

Son of Col. Robert Clifford LLoyd, b. 1809 ; d. 1864 ; 

m. , Annie (d. 1908), d. of Capt. George Savage, 

13th Light Dragoons: — 

Col. Wilford Neville LLoyd, C.B., C.V.O., T.D., late 

R.A., one of H.M.'s Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

J. P. Cheshire, b. 1855 ; m. 1891, Ella Margaret, only d. of 

Very Rev. Arthur Purey-Cust, Dean of York ; and has issue. 

Seat — Eccleston Hill, Chester. Res. — 4 Halkin Street, 

S.W. Clubs — Travellers', Naval and Military. 

Sons of Rev. John Frederick LLoyd, Archdeacon of 
Waitemata, and Minister of St. Paul's Church, Auck- 
land, N.Z. , afterwards Rector of Newton Wold, 
Lincoln, b. 1810; d. 1875 '< m - l8 5 x . Sarah Greer : — ■ 
Humphrey Selwyn LLoyd, Gentleman, b. 1870; m. , 
Caroline, eldest d. of William Hutton Perkins ; and has 
issue — Charles LLoyd, Gentleman, b- 1898. Res. — 

Humphrey Selwyn LLoyd, Gentleman, b. 1 871 ; m. ; 



and has issue — Bartholomew Humphrey Selwyn LLoyd, 
Gentleman, b. 1900 ; and Dorothey Irene. Res. 

Son of Col. Edmond George Knapp Piersy LLoyd, 

Military Member of the Terr. Force Assoc, of the Co. 

of London, Staff Officer N. London Vol. Brig, (ret.), 

b. 1842 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1873, Emma Susanna, d. of 

Benjamin Johnson, M.D. : — 

Langford Newman LLoyd, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O., 

M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Col. late R.A.M.C, Asst. Dir. Med. 

Services, Southern Command, served in S. Africa 1899-1901 

(desp. twice), and Great War (desp. 5 times, Croix de 

Guerre avec palme), b. 1873 ; m. 1912, Lilian Mary, d. of 

Surg.-Gen. Sir William Hooper, K.C .S.I., M.D., F.R.CS. 

Res. — The White Bungalow, Tidworth, Hants. Club — 

Army and Navy. 

LLOYD of Gyffylliog (H. Coll.). Quarterly, 1. argent, 
three boars' heads couped close sable (Kowryd ap Kadfan) ; 
2. sable, three nags' heads erased argent (Cadell Deyrnllwg) ; 




3. sable, three escutcheons or, each charged with a lion 
rampant gules (Vortigern); 4. azure, three coronets in pale 
or (Beli Mawr). 

Issue of Robert Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1831 ; d. 1899 ; 
m. 1856, Sarah Jones of Manchester: — 
? Issue. 

Sons of Humphrey Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; d. 

1913 ; m. 1st, 1863, Ellen (d. 1904), d. of John Jones 

of Manchester; 2nd, 1905, Sarah Sophia, d. of the 

Rev. William Harley:— 

Albert Hugh Lloyd, Gentleman, F.S.A. , b. 1864 ; m. 1892, 

Jessie, d. of John Brown, D.D. ; and has issue — Muriel 

Eleanor Haydon. Res. — St. John's House, Cambridge. 

John Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1869 ; m. 1897, Ida, d. ol 
William Linnell of Stretford, Lancashire. 

William Brinley Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1873; m. 1899, 
Marianne, d. of William Alison Laxton of Sale, Cheshire. 
Res. — 

CHARLES WESTALL LLOYD, Esq., J. P. Born 
March 31, 1834, being the fourth son of the late William 
Lloyd of Parteen Manor House, Kilquane, co. Clare, by 
his wife Jane Fitzgerald, younger dau. and co-heir of Charles 
Henry Fitzgerald de Beaumont (t'migre" noble). Armorial 
bearings — Quarterly, 1. sable, three nags' heads erased 
argent; 2. quarterly, i. and iiii. , sable, three nags' heads erased 
argent ; ii. and iii. , argent, a castle triple-towered sable, port 
overt, chained tranverse or ; 3. per pale or and gules, two lions 
rampant addorsed counterchanged ; 4. sable, three nags' 
heads erased argent ; 5. azure, three ducal crowns in pale 
or, and 351 other quarterings (vide Lloyd of Stockton). 
Mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a 
wreath of the colours, a nag's head erased argent. Motto 



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— " Fide ne diffide." Married, March 31, 1869, Anne, dau. 
of John Karkeek Kirkham of Oxley, Victoria, Australia ; 




and has Issue — (1) Charles Kirkham Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 
July 16, 1870 ; (2) Harry Herbert|de BeaumontLloyd, Gentle- 
man, b. Dec. 31, 1873 ; (3) Arthur Leslie Lloyd, Gentleman, 
b. April 15, 1875 ; (4) Ernest Winser Lloyd, Gentleman, 
b. Nov. 4, 1876; (5) Reginald John Lloyd, Gentle- 
man, b. March 31, 1881 ; and Ethel Louise. Postal 
address — Tarramia, Bobinawarrah, Oxleyshire, Victoria, 
Australia. 

LLOYD of Stockton, Yorks. (H. Coll., 19 March 1909, 
in substitution for an earlier grant). Or, three lions 
dormant in pale sable. Mantling sable and or. Crest — 
On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm vested azure, 
cuffed argent, the hand grasping a lizard fessewise proper. 
Motto — " Pwy vaeddia'n deffro." 

Son of Rev. Henry Lloyd, M.A. , Rector of Yar- 

borough, co. Lincoln, b. 1815 ; d. 1862; m. 1858, 

Anne Eliza, d. of Rev. W. Roy, D.D., Rector of 

Skirbeck, Lines. : — 

George William Lloyd, Esq., J. P. Lines, and N. Rdg. 

Yorks., M.A. Camb. , b. 1861 ; m. 1922, Mabel Jane, d. of 

the late Rev. Dawson Campbell. Seat — Stockton Hall, 

York. Clubs — Cavendish, Yorkshire (York). 

Sons of Henry John Graeme Lloyd, Esq. , Hon. Maj. in 
the Army, Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col. late comdg. 3rd 
Batt. , Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf., b. 1862; d. 1919 ; 
m. 1886, Caroline Emily, d. of T. H. Peter-Hoblyn of 
Colquite, co. Cornwall : — 
Cyril Gascoigne Lloyd, Gentleman, Lieut. E.R. of York- 
shire Yeo. , b. 1887. Club — Cavalry. 
John Rodney Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1890. 
Henry Graeme Lloyd, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res. — 

LLOYD of Stockton-in-Chirbury, co. Salop (H. Col).). 
Quarterly of 356, viz. : 1. Lloyd of Stockton: Sable, three 
nags' heads erased argent ; 2. Sir Griffith Vaughan, Knight 
Banneret of Agincourt : Quarterly, 1 and 4, sable, three nags' 
heads erased argent; 2 and 3, argent, a " castle " triple- 
towered sable, port overt, chained transverse or (Sir John 
Oldcastle, Lord Cobham) ; 3. Griffith ap Beli, de la Garth, 
Lord of Guilsfield : Per pale or and gules, two lions rampant 
addorsed counterchanged ; 4. Brochwel Ysgithrog, King of 
Powys and Earl of Chester (ob. anno 617) : Sable, three nags' 
heads erased argent ; 5. Beli Mawr, or Belinus the Great, 
King of Britain : Azure, three ducal crowns in pale or ; 6. 
Sir Aron ap Rhys, Knight of the Sepulchre : Argent, a lion 
rampant gardant gules ; 7. Sir Aron ap Rhys, Knight of 
the Sepulchre : Argent, a lion rampant sable, ducally 



gorged with chain reflexed over the back or ; 8. Bledrey, 
Lord of Cilsant (ob. anno 1119): Argent, three bulls' heads 
caboshed sable, horned or; 9. Cadivor Vawr, Lord of 
Blaenkych, Cilsant, and Dived (ob. anno 1084): Argent, a 
lion rampant gardant sable; 10. Seisyllt, from Pilius 
King of Dived : Azure, a wolf rampant argent ; 11. Meiric, 
King of Dived : Azure, a chevron between three cocks 
argent, armed, crested, and wattled or ; 12. Meredydd, of 
Dived: Sable, a boar statant argent, armed and bristled 
or, between six fleurs-de-lys, three in chief and three in 
base of the second ; 13. Llwch Llawen Vawr, Peer of 
Wales: Azure, a boar argent, armed, bristled, collared, 
and chained or, to a tree of the second ; 14. Griffith ap 
Cydrych, Lord of Gwinvai : Sable, a lion rampant argent; 
15. Gwaethvoed, Prince of Gwent and Cardigan, and 
Lord of Gwinvai (killed anno 1057) : Or, a lion rampant 
regardant sable ; 16. Gwrvdyr, Prince of Powys and 
Cardigan : Azure, three ducal crowns or ; 17. Beli Mawr, 
or Belinus the Great, King of Britain : Azure, three ducal 
crowns or ; 18. Edwin ap Teithwallt, Prince of Cardigan : 
Sable, a lion rampant argent ; 19. Cunedda Wledig, King 
of North Wales (ob. anno 389) : Sable, three roses argent, 
barbed and seeded proper ; 20. Padarn Peisrudd : Sable, 
three spears erect in fesse argent ; 21. Beli Mawr, King of 
Britain : Azure, three ducal crowns or ; 22. Morfydd verch 
Inyr, King of Gwent : Per pale, or and azure, a lion ram- 
pant argent, supporting a tree eradicated proper ; 23. Inyr, 
King of Gwent : Per pale, azure and sable, three fleurs- 
de lys or ; 24. Cadwalader, last King of the Britons (ob. 
anno 688) : Azure, a cross patee fitchee or; 25. Cadwallon, 
King of the Britons : Or, on a pale azure, three ducal 
crowns of the first, all within a bordure sable, thereon six 
annulets, three, two, and one of the field ; 26. C