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Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., of Haswell and Cefn Malby]. Resi-
dences — 29 Portland Place, London, W. ; and Royal Lodge,
Windsor Great Park. Clubs — Marlborough, Turf, Tra-
vellers',

CHALLONER ELLIS CHUTE ELLIS, Gentleman.
Armorial bearings - Quarterly i and 4, per saltire argent
and gules, on a pale sable between two demi-lions passant
ducally crowned of the first, three escallops also argent (for
Ellis) ; 2 and 3, azure, a Hon passant within two bars raguly
between eis many fleurs-de-lis in chief and a tower triple
towered in base all or.

RICHARD ADAM ELLIS, Gentleman. Born May
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Bruce Grove, Tottenham, co. Middlesex, by his wife
Agnes, dau. of Benjamin Adam. Livery— V<I\nX.e and blue.
Armorial bearings Per pale argent and azure, a dolphin




naiant embowed between two eels also naiant all counter-
changed. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, in front of a sun in splendour, a
dolphin naiant proper, charged on the body with a cross
couped sable. Motto -•"Obsta." Married, Feb. 1878,
Emma Eliza, dau. of William Booker ; and has Issue —
(i) Richard Hugh Adam Ellis, Gentleman, Royal Artillery,
b. Oct. 1880, d. Dec. 9, 1902 ; (2) Rae Adam Ellis,
Gentleman, b. Oct. 1881 ; Dorothy Booker Ellis ; and
Marjory Ellis (deceased). Residence — Greenwoods, Stock,
Essex.

The Reverend ALFRED WILLIAM ELLIS-VINER,
Clerk in Holy Orders, Patron of Badgeworth with Shurd-
ington. Born 1822, being the son of Joseph Ellis-Viner,
Esq., J. P., of Badgeworth, and his wife Anne, dau. of the
late Captain John Twisden, R.N., of Bradbourne, Kent.
Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4, bendy of six azure
and gules, on a bend or a vine branch proper, a chief
argent, thereon a saltire engrailed of the second, between
two Cornish choughs proper (for Viner) ; 2 and 3, quarterly
azure and gules, on across ermine, between four nags' heads
erased or, a cinquefoil pierced between four crescents sable
(for Ellis). Mantling gules and azure. Crests— i. on a
wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour,
encircled at the elbow by a wreath of vine, and holding in
the hand a gem-ring all proper ; 2. on a wreath of the
colours, a horse's head erased ermine, gorged with a plain
collar argent, thereon a cinquefoil between two crescents
slipped sable, holding in the mouth a trefoil slipped proper.
Motto—" Labore et honore." Married, 1854, Lucy Maria,
dau. of William Pritchard, Madras Medical Service.



ELLISON, see CARR-ELLISON.

S JOHN WILLIAM ELLISON-MACARTNEY, Esq.,
J. P. and DL. co. Tyrone, Magistrate co. Fermanagh,
High Sheriff CO. Armagh 1870, M.P. co. Tyrone 1875-84.



Barrister-at-Law. Born 1818, being the only son of the late
Rev. Thomas Ellison, by Catherine, second daughter of
Arthur Chichester Macartney, Esq., of Murlough, co. Down ;
and assumed by Royal License in 1859 the additional name
and arms of Macartney ; s. his uncle 1858. 67«*.f— Carlton,
National, Kildare Street (Dublin). Armorial bearings-
Quarterly I and 4, or a buck trippant gules, a bordure of
the last (for Macartney) ; 2 and 3 gules, on a chevron between
three eagles' heads argent, a trefoil slipped vert (for Ellison.
Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath
of the colours, a cubit arm erect, the hand grasping a rose-
branch flowered all proper (for Macartney) ; 2. upon a wreath
of the colours, a buck's head erased proper, charged on the
neck with a trefoil slipped vert (for Ellison). Motto—" Spe
gaudeo." Married, 1851, Elizabeth Phoebe, eldest surviv-
ing dau. of the Rev. John Grey Porter ; and has, with other
Issue — William Grey Ellison-Macartney, educated at Eton,
B. A. of Exeter Coll. , Oxford ; Barrister of the Inner Temple ;
has been M.P. for S. Antrim since 1885; late Lieut. R.
Tyrone Fusiliers. Seat— Cloghet Park, co. Tyrone.

The RfGHT Honourable WILLIAM GREY ELLI-
SON-MACARTNEY, B.A. (Oxon.), a Member of His
Majesty's Most Hon. Privy Council (1900), Barrister-at-
Law, M.P. for the South Antrim Division, Dec. 1885-1903,
Secretary to the Admiralty 1895-1900, Deputy-Master of
the Mint since 1903. Born June 7, 1852, being the eldest
son of John William Ellison- Macartney, Gentleman, M.P.
for the CO. of Tyrone 1874-1885, by his wife Elizabeth
Phoebe, dau. of the Rev. John Grey Porter of Bellisle,
CO. Fermanagh. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4,
or, a buck trippant gules, a bordure of the last (for Macart-
ney) ; 2 and 3, gules, on a chevron between three eagles'
heads erased argent, a trefoil slipped vert (for Ellison).
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a Mantling gules and or. Crests— i. upon a wreath of
the colours, a cubit arm erect, the hand grasping a rose-
branch flowered all proper (for Macartney) ; motto over,
" Stimulat sed ornat; " 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a
buck's head erased proper, charged on the neck with a trefoil
slipped vert (for Ellison) ; with this Motto, " Spe gaudeo."
Married, Aug. 5, 1897, Ettie, eldest dau. of John Edward
Scott of Outlands, Devenport ; and has Issue— ]dhn Arthur
Murray, Gentleman ; Phoebe Katharine and Mildred
Esther. C/a*j— Carlton, St. Stephen's, Ulster (Belfast),
Kildare Street (Dublin).



JAMES ELMHIRST, Esquire, J.P. for W. Riding Yorks.
Born 1830, being the second son of William Elmhirst of
Round Green and Elmhirst, co. York, by his wife Anna
Frances, second dau. of William Walker of Haileybury,
Herts, and of Swinnow Park, co. York. Armorial bear-
ings — Barry wavy of six argent and sable, a canton paly
wavy also of six of the same. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a mount vert, therefrom issuant rays of the sun in
front of a hurst of elm-trees proper. Motto — " In Domino
confido." Married, 1865, Anne Hampden, dau. of the late
Henry John Pye of Clifton Hall, co. Stafford; and has
Issue — {i) James Henry Pye Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. 1866;
(2) Charles Cutts Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. x^tz. Estate
and -postal address — Elm House, Thorne, near Don-
caster.



The Reverend ROBERT ELMHIRST, Clerk in Holy
Orders, Vicar of Brearton, near Knaresborough, co. York,
Lord of the Manor of Fulletby, co. Lincoln. Born 1835,
being the third and youngest son of the late William
Elmhirst of Round Green and Elmhirst, co. York, and
his wife .Anna Frances, second dau. of William Walker,
Bachelor of Medicine, of Swinnow Park, Wetherby.
Armorial bearings — Barry wavy of six argent and sable,
a canton paly wavy also of six of the same, a mullet
for difference. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On
a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, therefrom issuant
rays of the sun in front of a hurst of elm-trees proper.
Motto — "In Domino confido." Married, January 11,
1865, Mary Makins (who died 1884), eldest dau. of the
late James Robert Nicholson of Thornton, in the county of
Northumberland ; and has Issue— [\) Robert James Elm-
hirst, Gentleman, born January 6, 1868 ; (2) Charles Bailey
Elmhirst, Gentleman, born February 18, 1871 ; (3) William
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Elmhirst. Gentleman, born March 14, 1884 ; Frances Mary.
(Ik-d 1866 ; Harrirl Elizabeth ; Mary Cicely ; Anna Frances ;
Ntaiicl ; and Rosa. Estates— '\'hc Manor of FuUetby. Win-
thorpc, Burgh, and East Halton, all in the county of




Lincoln ; Farnham Lodge, in the county of York.
address — Farnham Lodge, near Knaresborough.



Postal



The Reverend WILLIAM HEATON ELMHIRST,
Clerk in Holy Orders, B.A. Camb. Born Nov. 23, 1856,
being the eldest son of the late Rev. William Elmhirst,
Clerk in Holy Orders, of Elmhirst, near Barnsby, York,
by his wife Anne Elizabeth Pasmore, second daughter
of William Barnard Heaton, Solicitor, of Gainsborough.
Armorial bearings — Barry wavy of six argent and sable,
a canton paly wavy also of six of the same. Crest - On a
wreath of the colours, a mount vert, therefrom issuant rays
of the sun in front of a hurst of elm-trees proper. Motto -
"In Domino confido." Married, Nov. 19, 1890, Mary,
youngest dau. of Rev. William Knight, Master of Arch-
bishop Holgate's Hospital, Hemsworth, Yorkshire ; and
has Issue— (i) William Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. Jan. 9,
1892; (2) Leonard Knight Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. June 6,
1893; {3) Ernest Christopher Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. Dec.
25, 1894 ; (4) Thomas Walker Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. Dec.
15, 189s ; (5) Edward Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. 1897, d. 1898 ;
(6) James Victor Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; and (7)
Richard Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. May 6, 1900 ; (8) Alfred
Octavius Elmhirst, Gentleman, b. July 31, 1901 ; and Irene
Rachel. Estates — EArnhnsl, Ouslethwaite, Round Green
and Lewden, in Worsborough Dale, co. York, &c. Postal
address — Elmhirst, near Barnsley, Yorkshire.



ELMLEY, Viscount, see BEAUCHAMP.



ELMSALL (R.L., 1817). Quarterly, i and 4, sable, three
bars engrailed between ten elm-leaves erect or (Elmsall) ;
2 and 3, quarterly gules and vert, an eagle displayed, in
the beak a slip of oak fructed or (Greaves, July 1782).
Mantling sable and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, an oak-tree entwined round the trunk with a vine-
branch fructed proper( Elmsall); 2. on awreath of the colours,
on a mount vert, a stag trippant or, in the mouth a slip of
oak profwr. Motto — " Amicta vitibus ulmus."

Son of MansfeldtdeCardonnel Elmsall, ^. ; d. ;

m. , Eloise Trabeck: —

Mansfeldt de Cardonnel Elmsall, Gentleman, b. ;
m. , Pes. —



ELPHINSTONE- STONE (R.L . 1879, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, party per pale or and azure, an
eagle displayed with two heads between two Haunches
each charged with an anchor erect all countcrchanged
(for Stone) ; a and 3 argent. gutt<5e-de-sang. on a chev-
ron embattled sable, between three boars' heads erased
gules, two swords proper, hilled and pommelled or
(for Elphinstone). Mantmxg azure and or. Crests—
I. upon a wreath of the colours, in front of an anchor
lying fesseways or, a swan's head and neck couped argent,
beaked sable (for Stone) ; 2. out of a mural crown gules,
a lady from the middle well attired proper holdmg
in her dexter hand a sword, and in her sinister a laurel
branch, both also proper. Motto— "True to the end.
Livery — Blue, with gilt buttons.

Son of late Capt. Webb Elphinstone Elphinstone-

Stone, R.N., b. 1827; d. 1897; tn. 23 Jan. 1861.

Lydia, d. of Ralph Walters, Barrister-at-Law, New-

castle-on-Tyne : —
Webb Smith Elphinstone - Stone, Gentleman, *. ai
Nov. 1868 ; m. 1903, Catherine Annie, d. of late Dr.
Millar, R.N. ^«.— Teign View, Christow, Dunsford,
Devon.

JANET ELRINGTON-BISSET, Widow, eldest dau. of
the Ven. Archdeacon M. G. Fenwick-Bisset, by his wife Jane
Harriet, dau. of Maurice George Bisset of Lessendrum.
Livery— Biue and silver. Armorial bearings are, upon a
lozenge— Azure, a bend argent. Married, Aug. 28, 1849,
Joseph Favi^re Elrington, Esq., K.C., LL.D. ; and has
had Issue— (x) Charles Elrington-Bisset, Gentleman, b. Sept.
20, 1850. d. Dec. 12, 1888; (2) Maurice Elrington-Bisset,
Esq., Major R.E. (retired), *. June 12, 1854; (3) Rev.
Mordaunt Elrington-Bisset, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. Dec.
8. 1859; and Isabella. Estate and postal address— Lessen-
drum, Huntly, N.B.

ELTON, quartered by FLO YEP.

ELTON, see MARWOOD-ELTON.

ELWES, see CARY-EL WES.

S THOMAS LIGHT ELWON, Esquire. Justice of the
Peace and Deputy- Lieutenant for the North Riding of
the county of York, late Major 4th Batt. Princess of Wales'
own Yorks. Regt. Born 1828. being the only son of the late
Commodore Thomas Elwon (who died 1834). by his wife
Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. Light of Bombay. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms: Or, on a chevron gules,
between four martlets sable, three in chief and one in base,
three mascles of the field, a bordure of the second. Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with
a mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, in front of a stag's head sable, attired and
collared gemel or, three mascles interlaced fesseways or.
Motto— "Dum spiro spero." Pesidence—Sa\\.h\xrn-\iy-\.he-
Sea. Clubs— K&lorm, Junior United Service, Union
(S.W.).

The Most Honourable Sir JOHN HENRY
LOFTUS, Marquess and Earl of Ely, in the county of
Wicklow, Viscount Loftus of Ely, and Baron Loftus of
Loftus Hall, in the Peerage of Ireland, Baron Loftus of
Long Loftus, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and
a Baronei of Ireland. Born March 6, 1851, being the son
of the Rt. Hon. Lord Adam Loftus, J. P., M.A.. third son
of the second Marquess, by his wife Margaret, dau. of Robert
Fannin, Esq., J. P., B.A., of Dublin ; succeeded his cousin
April 3, 1889. Creations— B&ronei, Dec. 2, 1780; Baron,
June 28, 1785; Viscount, Dec. 22. 1789; Earl, Feb. 15, 1794;
Marquess, Dec. 29, 1800 — Irish honours; Baron (United
Kingdom). Jan. 19, 1801. Armorial bearings— He bears
for Arms : Sable, a chevron engrailed ermine, between three
trefoils slipped argent. Above the escutcheon, which is
charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet, is placed the
coronet of his rank, and thereupon a helmet befitting his
degree, with a mantling sable and argent ; and for his
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and erect argent. Supporters — Two eagles, wings inverted,
argent, beaked and legged or, each charged on the breast
with a trefoil slipped vert. Mottoes — Under the arms,
" Prends moi tel que je suis"; over the crest, "Loyal a
niort." Heir presumptive — His brother. Lord George
Herbert Loftus, born 1854 ; married, 1884, Emily Harriet,



of Lincoln. ■ Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms : Or,
three bars wavy between two flaunches sable, on a chief of
the last a bezant between two cinquefoils of the first ; and
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a bear's
head and neck couped sable, gorged with a collar gemel,
three cinquefoils or; with the Motto, "Emeritus." Mar-




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daughter of Major Arthur Vandeleur (she died 1886). Seats
— Ely Lodge, in co. Fermanagh ; Loftus Hall, in co. Wex-
ford. Club — Royal St. George's Yacht (Kingstown).

The Reverend JOHN EMERIS of Southwood, Vicar
of Saint James's, in the county of Gloucester, Master of Arts,
late -Rector of Upton Saint Leonard's, in the county of
Gloucester. Born April 12, 1816, being the eldest son
of the late Reverend John Emeris of Southwood, Bachelor
of Divinity, Rector of Little Slaughton, in the county of
Bedford, and Incumbent of Alvingham, in the county of
Lincoln, by his wife Elizabeth, only daughter of the Reverend
John Grantham, Vicar of Cadney and Warthe, in the county



ried, November 16, 1852, Anne Elizabeth, third daughter of
James Helps of Saint Michael's Parish, in the county of
Gloucester, by his wife Anne, daughter of the Reverend James
Plucknett ; and has Issue — The Reverend William Charles
Emeris of New College, Oxford, Master of Arts, born July
8, 1863 ; Elizabeth Anne ; Harriet Mary ; and Frances
Rose.

Reverend WILLIAM CHARLES EMERIS, M.A.,
New College, Oxford. Born July 8, 1863, being the second
and only surviving son of the late Rev. John Emeris, M.A.,
University College, Oxford, late Rector of Upton St.
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thini dau. of James Helps. Armorial b««ri]]|r> Or.
Ihree bars wavy between two Hamiclu-s siiblo, on a chief
of the last, a bezant between two cinquefuils of the first,
|fTtn^M"g sable and or. Orett On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a boar's head and neck couped sable,
gorged with a collar gemcl, three cinquefoils or. Motto
"Emeritus." Kesidence Taynton Vicarage, Burford,
Oxon. Club — New University.

CHARLES ARTHUR EMERSON. Bom Mtrch 6,
1857, being the third son of the late James Emerson of
Easby Hall, in the county of York, by his wife Ann Dorothy,
only child of Eloazer Biggins. Armorial bearing*— Azure,
on a bend raguly or, a hart iK'tween two annulets of the
field, a bordure wavy of the second. CreBt— A dcmi-lion
guardant erased azure, holding between the paws ;i hawk's
lure, and gorged with a plam collar or, debruised of a
bendlet sinister wavy of the last. Motto— " Fideliter et
honcste."
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Postal address — Deighton Manor, Northal-



ELEAZER BIGGINS EMERSON, Esquire, J. P. for
North Riding of co. York, B.A. Cambs. Bom 1848, being
the second son of the late James Emerson of Easby Hall,
in the county of York, by his wife Ann Dorothy, only child
of Eleazer Biggins. Armorial bearings— Azure, on a bend
raguly or, a hurt between two annulets of the field, a
bordiu-c wavy of the second. Crest — A demi-lion guardant
erased azure, holding lx:tween the paws a hawk's lure, and
gorged with a plain collar or, debruised of a bendlet sinister
wavy of the last. Motto — ' ' Fideliter et honeste. " Married,
June 13, 1876, Mary, eldest dau. of J. M. M'Kean ; and
has Issue — Ethel Mary Alice Maud ; and Constance Ann
Dorothy. Postal address— ToWtshy Hall, Marton, R.S.O.,
Yorkshire.

JOHN JAMES EMERSON, Esquire. J. P. for N.R. of co.
York, J. P. CO. Cambs., LL.D. Cambs., Barrister-at-Law,




Great and Little Abingdon in co. Cambs. ; I^y Rector of
two parishes and Patron of three livings. Horn May 21, 1847,
being the eldest son of the late James Emerson, Esq. , J. I*. ,
of Lasby Hall, co. York, by his wife Ann Dorothy, only
child of Eleazer Biggins. Lxvery — Claret colour piped with
red, and silver buttons. Armorial bearings — Azure, on
a bend raguly or, a hurt between two annulets of tlie
field, a bordure wavy of the second. Crest — A demi-
lion guardant erased azure, holding between the paws a
hawk s lure, and gorged with a plain collar or, debruised
of a bendlet sinister wavy of the last. Motto — " Fideliter
et honeste." Married, April 20, 1876, Frances Mary
Eleanor, eldest dau. of Col. Melville Francis Evatt,
Bengal Staff Corps; and has /jjw^— James John Elmerson,
Gentleman,^. May 4, 1878 \in. 1904, Florence, only child
of F. Davison of Highfield House, Market Harborough].
Estates — Easby, Kirby in Cleveland, and ToUesby in York-
shire, and Abmgton, Cambridgeshire ; and possesses pro-
perty in the parishes of Ayton, Stokesley, Mutton Rudljy,
Appleton, Ingleby Greenhow, Ingleby Cross, Carhon,
Faceby, Broughton, Hawnby, &c. Seats — Easby Hall,
Great Ayton, R.S.O. , Yorkshire, and Abington Hall,
Cambridgeshire. Cluis—Sl. Stephen's, Yorkshire (York).

PETER HENRY EMERSON, Gentleman, M.B.. B.A.
(of Clare Coll., Cambridge), M.R.C.S. (Eng.). Bom May
13. 1856, being the elder son of Henry Ezckiel Emerson,
of the La Palma Estate, .Santa Clara, Cuba, by his
wife Jane Harris, dau. of William Billing, M.R.C.S.,
of Lostwithiel, Cornwall. Armorial bearings— Per fesse




Lord of the Manors of Easby, Kirkby in Cleveland, Easter-
side, Tollesby, and Great Broughton, in co. York, and of



nebuly or and vert, on a bend invected azure, gutt^e-d'eau,
a battle-axe between two lions passant argent. Mantling
vert and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a demi-lion vert, charged on the shoulder with two
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axe erect, a club fessewise entwined by a serpent also
proper. Motto — " Audacter et hilare." [Ped. H. Coll.].
Married, June 22, 1881, Edith Amy, dau. of the late
Joseph Ainsworth of The Thorns, Bolton, Lanes. ; and has
Issue — (i) Leonard Ainsworth Emerson, Gentleman, born
May 12, 1882 ; (2) Ralf Billing Emerson, Gentleman, born
July 3, 1897 ; Sybil ; Gladys ; and Zoe Orchis. Residence —
Foxwold, Southbourne-on-Sea, near Christchurch, Hants.
C"/w3— Royal Corinthian Yacht.



EMMOTT, see GREEN-EMMOTT.



ALFRED EMMOTT, Esquire, J. P., Lanes. Born 1858,
being the second surviving son of the late
rfPttltnnff' I homas Emmott of Brookfield, Oldham,
^lIllUUl-l' and Anchorsholme, Poulton-le-Fylde, by
Hannah his wife, daughter of the late John
Barlow of The Oak, Chorley. Clubs — Reform, Clarendon
(Manchester). Livery — Blue, gilt buttons. Armorial beax-
ings — He bears for Arms : Per pale azure and sable, on a
fesse argent, cottised or, between three plates, each charged



(for Lome). Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-bull sable,
armed or, semde of annulets and gorged with a collar gemel
argent, and holding between the legs a plate, three escal-
lops reversed or. Married, 1891, Lady Constance Harriet,
youngest daughter of the Most Noble Sir George Douglas
Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T., P.C., D.C.L.,
LvL.D. , F. R.S. ; and has surviving Issue — Charles Ernest
George Campbell Emmott, Gentleman, b. Nov. 12, 1898,
and Constance Hilda Campbell. Postal address — Snow
Hall, Darlington.

EMPSON, see LISTER-EMPSON.



ENGAINE, quartered by CONYERS.



ENGLAND, borne on a canton of augmentation by
LANE.

ENGLAND, quartered by FITZROY, HOWARD,
LENNOX, MOWBRAY, SOMERSET MAINWARING-
ELLERKER-ONSLOW, KINLOSS, and KNYVETT.




with a bull's head caboshed of the first, as many annulets of
the second. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befit-
ting his degree, with a mantling azure and argent ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-
bull sable, armed or, sem^e of annulets and gorged with a
collar gemel argent, and holding between the legs a plate,
three escallops reversed or. Married, October 5, 1887,
Mary Gertrude, daughter of the late John William Lees
of Waterhead House, Oldham ; and has Issue — Mary
Gwendolen, and Dorothy. Postal address — 30 Ennismore
Gardens, S.W.



CHARLES EMMOTT, Esq., J.P. co. Durham. Born
1861, being the fifth son of the late Thomas Emmott of
Brookfield, Oldham, and Anchorsholme, Poulton-le-Fylde,
by his wife Hannah, dau. of the late John Barlow of The
Oak, Chorley. Liveiy — Blue, with white facings. Armorial
bearings— Per pale azure and sable, on a fesse argent,
cotised or, between three plates, each charged with a
bull's head caboshed of the first, as many annulets of
the second, and impaling the arms of Campbell, namely,
quarterly i and 4, gyronny of eight or and sable (for
Campbell) ; 2 and 3 argent, a galley, oars in action, sable



ENGLEFIELD, quartered by LANE,

PERCY JAMES ENGLISH, Gentleman, late Lieut.
West London Rifles. Born April 14, 1866, being the only
son of James English of Colehill House, Fulham, by his
wife Caroline B. , daughter of S. Gibbs. Livery — Claret and
yellow. Armorial bearings — Per fesse or and gules, a
pale counterchanged, a fesse ermine thereon an arrow fesse-
ways sable, between three acorns slipped and leaved, two
and one proper, and as many cinquefoils one and two
argent. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, in tront of a cinquefoil vert,
an arrow paleways or, between two branches of oak slipped,
leaved, and fructed proper. Postal address — 42 Egerton
Gardens, S.W. C/a^— Constitutional.



ROBERT ENGLISH, Gentleman. Born December
27, 1849, being the fourth son of Daniel English of Win-








canton, in the county of Somerset, by Mary Ann his wife,
nie Green, of that parish. C/«^^— City Carlton. Livery—
Green , with brass buttons. Armorial bearings— He bears



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for Anna : Argent, on a chevron gules, between two lions
pusant in chwf sable, and a rose-branch slipped proper,
thereon three roses of the second in base, five lozenges
of the first ; and for his Crest, on a wreath of the colours,
in front of a rose-branch as in the arms, five lozenges
fesseways and conjoined or; with the Motto, "Virtus
semper viridis." Afarried, November 30, 1880, Mary
Ann, daughter of William Henrv Mayne of Greytown,
Natal, South Africa; and has had Issue— (i) Cecil Rowc
English, Gentleman, lx)rn September 34, 1881 ; (a) Robert
Ernest English, Gentleman, born November 6, 1883;
Dorothy Mary ; Margaret Alice ; Grace ; Bessie ; and
Violet (deceased). .S'm/ — Scat well, Ross-shire. Postal
addnu — ai Portman Square, London, W.

ENGLOWISE, quartered by GORGES.

M JOHN BERTIE NORREYS ENTWISLE. Esquire,
t» J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff i888. Bom Oct. a, 1856,
being the only son of the late John Smith Entwisle, Esq.,
J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1849, by his wife Caroline,



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