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holding a sword all piof>er. Motto - " Sconnach a boo."

Son of Rev. Matthew Maine Fox, b. \ d. 1843;

tn. 2nd, Ellen Anne, d. of Andrew Armstrong of

Kilclare, King's Co. : —

James George Huliert Fox, "The Fox" (as chief of his
name), J.P. co. Tipperary, late Lieut. 5th Roy. Irish
Lancers, b. 1842; tn. ist, 1865, Klizalieth Amelia Lilian
(rf. 187s), d. of Rev. J. B. Grant, Rector of Rathconrath,
Westmeath ; 2nd, 1877, Georgiana Frances, eld. d. of Rev.
C. EIrington M'Kay, Vicar of Laracor and Galtrim ; and
has issue — (i) Brabazon Hubert Maine Fox, Esq., Capt.
Roy. Irish Rifles, b. 1868 ; \in. 1896, Florence Emily Clara,
eld. d. of Col. W. A. Le Mottle ; and has issue — Nial
Arthur Huliert Fox, Gentleman, b. 1897]; (2) Arthur James
Fox, Esq., Capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. Irish Regt., b. 1871 ; and
(by his second ninr.) Georgina Frances. 6>a/ — Galtrim
House, Summerhill, co. Meath.

FOX (U.O., 1840). Azure, on a bend engrailed ermine,
cottised or, three fox's heads erased gules, all within a
bordure of the second. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a fox sejant gules, collared and chained or, supporting by
his sinister paw a flagstaff proper, thereon a banner
azure, sem6-de-lis or. Motto — "J'ay ma foi tenu i ma
puissance."

- Sons of Rev. William Charles Fox of The Grange,
Northwoods, Glos., b. 1826; tn. 2nd, 1863; Georgina
Sarah, d. of Rev. Nathaniel Wodehouse : —
Lionel Wodehouse Fox, Gentleman, b. 1865.
Armine Wodehouse Fox, Gentleman, b. 1869.
Raymond Wodehouse Fox, Gentleman, b. 1873.
Sons of Charles Joseph Fox, Gentleman, M.D., of The
Beeches, Brislington, b. 1806 ; d. 1870; tn. 1834, Ellen,
d. and coh. of Thomas Lucas by Jemima, d. of William
Newcome, D. D. , Archbishop of Armagh and Lord
Primate of Ireland : —
Stephen Newcome Fox, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law,
B.A. (Oxon.), *. 1849; tn. 1895, Annie Enid, d. of Alex-
ander Scrimgeour; and has issue — (i) Charles Alexander
Newcome Fox, Gentleman, b. 1896; (2) Keith Stephen
Fox, Gentleman, b. 1904; and Margaret Enid. Res. —
Inglenook, Eastbourne.

Sons of William Edward Fox, Gentleman, of Clifton,

b. 1811 ; d. 1875 ; m. 1849, Emma, widow of Sir George

King Molyneux, Bart. : —

William Edward Ker Fox, Gentleman, late Lieut. i8th

Roy. Irish Regt., b. 1850; tn. 1883, Emma Elizabeth, d. of

Capt. John Molyneux. Res. — Caring House, Leeds, nr.

Maidstone, Kent.

Major John Charles Ker Fox, late 19th Hussars, b. 1851 ;

tn. 1877, Susan, d. of John Ramshay of Gilsland, Cumlier-

land ; and has surv. issue — Hugo Fox, Gentleman, b. 1883 ;

and Mildred. Res. — Great Bowden, Market Harborough.

Son of Edwin Fydell Fox, Gentleman, M.R.C.S. ,

of Brislington, b. 1814 ; d. 1891 ; tn. ist, Elizabeth

Augusta, d. of John Hugh Smyth Pigot of Brockley,

Somerset : —

Arthur Edward Wellington Fox, Gentleman, M.B.,

F.R.C.P., b. 1844; m. 1886, Emily Frances, d. of Rev.

Thomas Arthur Babington of Cossington, Leics. Res. —

Ennox Lodge, Hinton Charterhouse, Bath.

Son of George Frederick Fox of Keynsham, Somerset,
b. 1817; in. 1840, Ellen, d. of Rev. Thomas Browne
Simpson of Congresbury, Somerset : —
Col. Harry Croker Fox, R.E., b. 1842. Res. —

Son of Washington Fox, Gentleman, b. 1824; d. 1866;
tn. i860, Mary Desmond Coffin : —
Arthur Copley Long Fox, Gentleman, b. 1864.

BONNEVILLE BRADLEY FOX, Gentleman, M.A.
(Oxon.), M.D., M.R.C.S. Armorial bearing^— Azure,
on a bend engrailed ermine, plain cotised or, three foxes'
heads erased gules, within a bordure of the second.



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Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a fox sejant gules, collared and chained or, sup-
porting with his sinister paw a flagstaff, thereon a banner




azure, semfe-de-lis or. Motto — "J'ay ma foi tenu k ma
puissance." Residence — Brislington House, near Bristol.

CHARLES HENRY FOX, Esquire, Justice of the Peace
and Alderman of the Council for the county of Somerset.
Born March 17, 1835, being the son of Charles Fox of




Wellington, in the county of Somerset, by his wife Sarah,
daughter of William Dillworth Crewdson of Helme Lodge,



Kendal. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms: Ermine,
on a chevron azure, three foxes' heads erased or, within a
bordure flory of the second, and on a canton of the same, a
drinking-cup of the third, surmounted by three fleurs-de-
lis argent. 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 fox sejant
or, collared flory azure, the paw resting on a fleur-de-lis of
the last; with the Motto, "Faire sans dire." Married,
Oct. 21, 1863, Caroline, second dau. of John Mellar Chap-
man of Brighton; and has Issue — (i) Charles Leslie Fox,
Esq. , J. P. CO. Somerset \m., Sept. 12, 1892, to Lilian, second
dau. of the late Gurney Pease of Woodside, Darlington] ;
(2) Reginald Wilson Fox, Esq., J. P. co. Devon [wj., Nov. 18,
1891, to Mabel, third dau. of J. W. Pease of Pendower,
Newcastle, and Nethergrange, Alnemouth] ; and Caroline
Hilda Macnaghten \m., April 17, 1894, to Ernest Legas-
sieke Hancock, Esq., J. P. co. Somerset, of Castle Lodge,
Wiveliscombe, and Rhyl, Dulverton, Somerset]. Postal
address — Shuteleigh, Wellington, Somerset.

MARMADUKE FOX, Esquire, J. P. for co. Wigtown.
Armorial bearings — Sable, on a pale between two grey-
hounds' heads erased argent, a mill-rind paleways of the
field. 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, a mill-rind fesseways
sable, thereon a greyhound sejant argent ; with the Motto,
" Virtute et numine." Married, 1892, Ethel Marshall,
youngest daughter of J. Carter Jonas of the Grange, Great
Shelford. Postal addresses — Marmaville, Mirfield, York-
shire; Polbae, Wigtownshire, N.B.

ROBERT FOX, Gentleman, of Grove Hill, in the county
of Cornwall. Bom July 31, 1845, being the eldest son of
Robert BarclayFox of Grove Hill, by his wife Jane Gurney,
daughter of Jonathan Backhouse of Polam, Darlington.
Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Ermine, on a
chevron azure, three foxes' heads erased or, a bordure fleu-
rette, and over all a canton of the second, charged with a
cup of the third, surmounted by three fleurs-de-lis argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours a fox sejant or, collared
fleurett6 azure, its paw resting on a fleur-de-lis of the last.




Motto— " Faire sans dire." Married, October 3, 1867,
Ellen Mary, daughter of Francis Bassett, Esquire, Justice
of the Peace, of the Heath, Leighton, in the county of Bed-
ford, and formerly Member of Parliament for that county ;
and has /ww«— Robert Barclay Fox, Gentleman, bom July
24 1873 \m. Feb, 21, 1900, Margaret Elizabeth Phoebe,
dau. of Frederick Bassett, Esq., J. P., of The Knolls.
Leighton, co. Beds] ; and Lilian Isabel [married, July 15,
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Oxford, and has issue]; and Naomi Bassett. Estatts—
PenjfiTtck, Tregedna, Penrose, Pennanoe. Stat—Qroye
Hill, Falmouth. CM Isthmian.

TiiK Late SAMSON FOX, Gentleman, J. P. for the
borough of Harrogate and for the borough of l^eeds.
Armorial bearlnga— He liears for Anns : Argent, a repre-




sentation of a corrugated boiler-flue fesseways proper, be-
tween two foxes courant gules, each holding in their mouths
a trefoil slipped vert ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of
the colours, a representation of a corrugated boiler-flue as in
the arms and thereupon a fox gules, resting the dexter paw
upon a trefoil slipped vert; with the Motto, "Forti nihil
difficile." Postal address — Grove House, Harrogate.

SYLVANUS FOX, Esquire, J. P. co. Somerset. Bom
April 15, 1822, being the only son of the late Sylvanus Fox,
by his wife Mary, dau. of John Sanderson, of Bruce House,
Tottenham. Armorial bearings — Ermine, on a chevron
azure, three fox's heads erased or, within a bordure fleur-
ettte of the second, and on a canton, also azure, a drinking
cup of the third, issuing therefrom three fleurs-de-lis proper,
and charged on the centre with a rose gules. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a
fox sejant or, collared fleurettte azure, the paw resting on a
fleur-de-lis of the last. Motto— " Faire sans dire." Seat
— Linden, Wellington, Somerset.

WILLIAM LOWNDES TOLLER FOY, of Clayhill,
Enfield, Gentleman. Armorial bearings - Per chevron,
invected or and ermine, two lions rampant in chief azure,
and a cross patonce in base gules. Mantling azure and
or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount
vert, a lion rampant per bend sinister gules and ermine,
holding between the forepaws a cross patonce as in the
arms, and resting the dexter hind-leg upon an escutcheon
or. Motto— "In cruce gloria." /Residences — ClayhiU,
Enfield, CO. Middlesex; Manor Gardens, Henley-on-Thames.



FRAMPTON (H. Coll.). Or, a bend chequy siible and
argent, Ixtween two tuns fessewise each within an annulet
gules. Mantling sable and or. CrMt — On a wreath of the
colours, a tun within an annulet as in the arms. Motto—
" Ivove and Laboui."

Son of late James Frampton of London, 6. ; J.
m. : —

George James Frampton, Esq., R.A.. F.S.A. , Hon. Assoc.
Roy. Inst. Brit. Architects, Past Master and Memlxsr of Art
Workers' Guild 190a, Liveryman of Merchant Taylors'
and Founders' Companies, Hon. Member Oxford Union
Soc , 6. i860 ; m. 1893, Christabel, d. of George Russell
Cockerell, London. AVx. — 3a Queen's Road, St. John's
Wood, London, N.W. Cluis — Athenasum. Arts.

FRANCE, quartered by KINLOSS, KNYVETT,
FITZROY, KENNEDY, LENNOX, SOMERSET, and
MAINWARING-ELLERKER-ONSLOW.

5 CHARLES HOSKEN FRANCE- HAVHURST,
Esq., J. P. and D.L., Hon.-Col. 3rd Batt. Cheshire
Regt., a County Councillor and Patron of the Living of
Davenham. Bom 1832, being the eldest son of the late
Rev. Canon Thomas France- Hayhurst, of Bostock Hall,
J. P., D.L., by his wife Helen, eldest dau. of John Hosken
Harper, Esq., J. P., of Davenham Hall, co. Chester. He
succeeded to the Hostock estates on the death of his father
in i88g, and in 1873 succeeded his uncle, William Hosken
Harper, Esq., J. P., of Davenham Hall, &c., who devised
his estates to him, with remainder to his second son.
William Hosken. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4,
pwr chevron sable and or, in chief two crosses pat6e fitch^,
and in base a pair of wings conjoined and elevated counter-
changed (for Hayhurst) ; 2 and 3 argent, on a mount in




base a hurst proper, on a chief wavy azure, three fleurs-
de-lis or (for France). Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling sable and or ;
and for his Crests, i. upwn a wreath of the colours, a
cubit arm proper, holding in the hand a cross patt6e
fitch^e or, between two wings sable, each charged with
an annulet gold (for Hayhurst) ; 2. upon a wreath of the
colours, a mount, thereon a hurst as in the arms, from
the centre tree pendent by a strap azure a shield gules,
charged with a fleur-de-lis or (for France). Motto —
"Virtus semjDcr viridis." Married, firstly, 1864, Mary
Halsted (she died 1877), dau. of William H. Poole, Esq.,
of Terrick Hall, co. Salop, Capt. Royal Horse Artillery ;
and has /ssz/e — (i) Frederick Charles France-Hayhurst,



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Esq., J. P. (C/?/iJ.r ^White's, Junior Carlton), Lieut. Royal
Welsh Fusiliers, born 1872 ; (2) William Hosken France-
Hayhurst, Esq., Capt. Cheshire Yeomanry, born 1873 ; (3)
Cecil Halsted France-Hayhurst, Gentleman, Lieut. Royal
Navy, born 1874; Elizabeth Helen; Evelyn Mary [married,
January 22, 1891, George Herbert Shakerley, Justice of the
Peace, late Lieutenant King's Royal Rifle Corps, now Capt.
and Hon. Major 5th Volunteer Battalion Cheshire Regiment,
second son of Sir Charles Shakerley, Baronet] ; and Isabel
Mary, died 1877. He married secondly, 1878, Annie
Elizabeth Nicholson, third daughter of John Ralph Shaw,
Esquire, Justice of the Peace of Arrowe Park, in the County
Palatine of Chester. Seais — Bostock Hall, Middlewich ;
and DavenhamHall, Northwich. Clud — Junior Carlton.

EDWARD FRANCE-HAYHURST, Esquire, J.P.
Cheshire. Born 1868, being the second son of Rev. Thomas
William Hamilton France-Hayhurst of Davenham Lodge,
Cheshire, Rector of Davenham. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly i and 4, per chevron sable and or, in chief two
crosses pat6e fitch^e, and in base a pair of wings conjoined
and elevated counterchanged (for Hayhurst) ; 2 and 3,
argent, on a mount in base a hiu-st proper, on a chief wavy
azure, three fleurs-de-lis or (for France). Mantling sable
and or; and for his Crests — i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a cubit arm proper, holding in the hand a cross
patfe fitch^e or, between two wings sable, each charged
with an annulet gold (for Hayhurst) ; 2. upon a wreath of
the colours, a mount, thereon a hurst as in the arms, from
the centre tree pendent by a strap azure a shield gules,
charged with a fleur-de-lis or (for France). MottO —
" Virtus semper viridis." Married, i8go, Rosamund M. M.,
only child of David Francis Atcherley of Whatcroft Hall,
CO. Cheshire, and Marton Hall, co. Salop, J.P. and D. L.

HENRY HOWARD FRANCE-HAYHURST, Esquire,
J.P. Salop, late Capt. L R. Cheshire Mil. Born 1843,
being the third son of the late Rev. Canon Thomas France-
Hayhurst of Davenham Rectory and of Bostock Hall,
Cheshire, D.L. , J.P. , by his wife Helen, dau. of the late
John Formby of Formby Hall, co. Lancaster. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly i and 4, per chevron sable and or, in
chief two crosses pat^e fitch^e, and in base a pair of wings
conjoined and elevated counterchanged (for Hayhurst) ; 2
and 3, argent, on a mount in base a hurst proper, on a
chief wavy azure, three fleurs-de-lis or (for France). Mant-
ling sable and or. Crests — i. upon a wreath of rhe colours,
a cubit arm proper, holding in the hand a cross pat^e fitch6e
or, between two wings sable, each charged with an annulet
gold (for Hayhurst) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a mount,
thereon a hurst as in the arms, from the centre tree pendent
by a strap azure a shield gules, charged with a fleur-de-lis
or (for France). Motto — "Virtus semper viridis." Married
Susan J., dau. of late Edgar Corrie, The Leas, Guildford.
5«a/— Overley, Wellington, Salop. Club — New University.

FRANCE-LUSHINGTON-TULLOCH (R.L., 25 Feb.
1902, U.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, or, on a fesse invected
plain cottised gules, three estoiles argent, in chief as many
cross crosslets fitch6e of the second, and (for distinction) in
the dexter canton a cross crosslet sable (TuUoch) ; 2 and 3,
argent, two lions passant regardant azure, between three
bars gules, an orle of fleurs-de-lis of the last (France), on
an escutcheon of pretence quarterly, i and 4, the same
arms of Tulloch without the mark of distinction ; 2 and 3,
or; on a fesse wavy between three lions heads erased vert,
langued gules, as many ermine spots of the field.
Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion gules, grasping a battle-axe, the head
to the dexter, and charged on the shoulder with three cross
crosslets fitch^e two and one all or, and (for distinction)
on the neck with a cross crosslet argent (Tulloch) ; 2. on
a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a lion sejant
regardant azure, collared or, therefrom a shield of the last
charged with a fleur-de-lis of the second.

Son of William Hanmer France, b. \ m. ,

Frances Emily, d. of Thomas Cave-Brown-Cave : —
James Geoffrey Cave France - Lushington - Tulloch.
Gentleman, R.LC. , b. ; m. 1901, Kate Mary, d. of

Charles Hugh Lushington of Rodmersham, Kent, and
widow of William Cairns Armstrong-Lushington-Tulloch
{vide that name), formerly Armstrong. Seat — Shanbolard,
Letterfrack co. Galway.



FRANCIS, quartered by PEYTON.

FRANCIS (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron invected gules,
between two eagles displayed in chief sable and a bugle-
horn in base of the last, stringed of the second. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
bugle-horn sable, thereon a dove holding in the beak an
olive branch, both proper. Motto—" Lege et labore."
Son of: —

George Francis, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, Gray's
Inn, b. . lies.— Carlion Hill, Paddington, W.



JOHN LIELL FRANCKLIN, Esq., J.P. lor co. Notts,
Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. S. Notts Yeomanry Cavalry.
Born Nov. 11, 1844, being the son of the late John Franck-
lin, Esq., of Gonalston, J.P. , High Sheriff 1851, by his wife
Frances Barbara, second dau. of the late Harry Edgell of
Cadogan Place, Barrister-at-Law, and one of the Benchers
of Gray's Inn. Armorial bearings— Argent, on a bend
engrailed between two lions' heads erased gules, a dolphin
hauriant between two parrots or, and impaling the arms of
Jervis, namely sable, a chevron ermine between three martlets
argent. Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon
a wreath of the colours, a dolphin's head or, erased gules,
between two olive branches vert. Motto — " Sinceritate."
Married, March 17, 1868, Hon. Alice Maude, eldest dau.
of the Rt. Hon. Carnegie Jervis. 3rd Viscount St. Vincent ;
and has Issue — (i) John Francklin, Gentleman, b. 1869 ;
(2) Edward Francklin, Gentleman, b. 1871 ; (3) Richard
Francklin, Gentleman, b. 1872 ; (4) Philip Francklin, Gentle-
man, b. 1874 ; (5) William Robert Francklin, Gentleman,
b. 1878 ; Mary Violet ; Flora Maude [in. , Sept. 19, 1899,
Henry Graham Sherbrook, Lieut. R.N.) ; and Edith Eliza-
beth. 5^a/j— Gonalston, near Southwell, Notts; Great
Barford, co. Bedford. Club — Boodle's.



Reverend JOHN FRANEY, M.A., Clerk in Holy

Orders, Minor Canon of Ely Cathedral. Born , being

the son of the late William Franey, Gentleman, by his wife
Eleanor, dau. of John Obee. Armorial bearings -Azure,
on a pile invected or, between two quatrefoils in base of
the last, as many fleurs-de-lis in pale of the first. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a fleur-
de-lis azure, between two quatrefoils or. Motto — "Ut
vita finis." Married, 1863, Emma {d. 1901), dau. of the
late Robert Rushbrooke, and granddau. of John Sharman,
M. D. , of Hellesdon, Norwich ; and has Issue —John Sharman
Franey, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1864 [to whom
refer]. Residence —

JOHN SHARMAN FRANEY, Gentleman, Barrister-
at-Law. Born 1864, being the son of the Reverend John
Franey, Master of Arts, Vicar of St. Mary's, Ely, Minor
Canon of Ely Cathedral, by his wife Emma, daughter of the
late Robert Rushbrooke, and granddaughter of John Shar-
inan. Doctor of Medicine, of Hellesdon, Norwich. Club—
Isthmian. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms :
Azure, on a pile invected or, between two ciuatrefoils in base
of the last, as many fleurs-de-lis in pale of the first. 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, a fleur-de-lis azure between two quatrefoils
or; with the MottO, " Ut vita finis." Married, 1889,
Mary Ethelind, younger daughter of Edward Kerrison
Harvey, Esquire, of Grey Friars, Norwich (son of General
Sir R. Harvey, Knight Commander of the Most Honour-
able Order of the Bath) ; and has, with other Issiie—]o\ix\
Sharman Franey, Gentleman, b. 1893. Postal addresses —
Lowestoft, Suffolk; 15 Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ;
Mark's Dene, West Chandon, Guildford.

FRANK (H. Coll.). Per saltire azure and vert, on a
saltire indented or, a falcon proper, belled gold. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
morion proper, thereon a falcon also proper, gutt^e-de-
larmes, and belled or. Motto—' ' Esse quam videri."

Son of R. Bacon Frank of Campsall, Yorks., b. ;
d 1832 ; tn. , Caroline, d. of late S. Curteis : —

Frederick Bacon Frank, Esq., J.P. and D.L. West Rdg.
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1807; m. ist, 1854, Mary Anne (</. 190a), d. of Adm. Sir
Baldwin Wake Walker. Bart.. K.C.U. ; and. Mary. d. of
Rev. F. W. Peel. Seat — Campsall Park, Doncaster.
C/«*j— Travellers'. Brooks's.

M BERTRAM FRANKLAND FRANKLAND-
O RUSSELL-ASILEY, Esquire. }.\'., D.L.. Bucks.
Lord of the Manors of Great and Little Kimble and of
Ellesborough, Patron of one living, late Lieut. Rifle Brigade.
Bom Feb. 27. 1857. being the eldest son of the late Lieut-
CoL Francis L'Estrange Astley (third son of Sir Jacob H.
Astley. 7th Bart. , of Melton Constable, Norfolk, &c. , brother
of Jacob. Lord Hastings), by his wife Rosalind Alicia, fifth
dau. of the late Sir Robert Frankland- Russell. Bart., of
Chequers Court and of Thirkloby Park, Yorkshire. He
assumed by Royal Licence the additional names and arms
of Frankland- Russell on the death of his mother, 1900, in
compliance with the will of Lady Frankland - Russell.
Annoiial bearing — Quarterly, i. quarterly i. and iiii.,
azure, a cinquefoil pierced ermine within a border engrailed
or (Astley); ii., argent, a lion rampant gules, on a chief
sable, three roses of the field ( Russell) ; iii. , azure, a dolphin
naiant embowed or, on a chief of the last two saltires
couped gules (Frankland) ; a. the same arms of Astley ; 3.
argent, a lion rampant gules, ducally crowned or (Con-
stable) ; 4. or, a maunch gules (Hastings). Mantling azure
and argent. Crests — i. out of a ducal coronet or, a plume
of five feathers argent; a. on a cap of maintenance, a ducal
coronet or. thereout a plume of feathers argent, incased gules
(both for Astley) ; 3. upon a wreath of the colours a goat
statant argent, gorged with a mural crown, armed and un-
guled or (for Russell) ; 4. upon a wreath of the colours, a
dolphin argent, haurient, and entwined round an anchor
erect proper (for Frankland). Motto — "Justitiae tenax."
Married, April 30, 1887, Florence, youngest dau. of Henry,
3rd Marquess Conyngham ; and has Issue — Henry Jacob
Delaval Astley, Gentleman, d. March 3, 1888 ; and Olive
Joan. Residences — Chequers Court, Butler's Cross, Bucks ;
ai Eaton Place, S.W. Clu6 — Marlborough.

The Reverend HUBERT DELAVAL ASTLEY,
Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Oxford, late Rector of EUes-
borough, Bucks. Born July 14, i860, being the second son
of the late Lieut. -Col. Francis L' Estrange Astley (brother of
Rt. Hon. Jacob, Lord Hastings), by his wife Rosalind Alicia,
fifth dau. of the late Sir Robert Frankland-Russell, Bart., of
Chequers Court, and of Thirkleby Park, Yorkshire, who as-
sumed the additional names of Frankland-Russell in 1872, in
compliance with the will of her mother. Armorial bearings
—Quarterly, i. azure, a cinquefoil pierced ermine within a
border engrailed or (Astley) ; 2. argent, a lion rampant
gules, ducally crowned or (Constable) ; 3. gules, two lions
passant argent (L'Estrange) ; 4. or, a maunch gules
(Hastings). Mantling azure and argent. Crests— i.
Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of five feathers argent ;
2. on a chapeau gules, a ducal coronet or, thereout a plume
of feathers argent, incased gules. Motto — "Justitiae
tenax." Afarried, July 30, 1895, Edith Constance, dau. of
Sir Vincent Corbet, Bart., and widow of Sir Richard
Francis Sutton, Bart. ; and has Issue — Philip Reginald
Astley, Gentleman, b. June 9, 1896; and Ruth. Residence
— Benham Park. Newbury.

THOMAS JOHN FRANKS. Esq.. J. P. co. Limerick
(Sheriff 1883). Bom 1831, being the eldest son of the late
J. Franks of Ballyscaddane, co. Limerick. Club—XJmon.
Armorial bearings— Vert, on a saltire or, a griffin's head
erased gules, in the centre chief point 11 mullet of the second.
Mantling vert and or ; and for his Crest, out of a mural
crown or, a griffin's head gules, between two wings erminois,
each charged with a mullet sable. Motto, "Sic vos non vobis. "
Married, first, Elizabeth Clara (who died 1878), only dau. of
G. M. Kettle of Dallicott House, Salop; second, 1886, Eleanor
A., youngest dau. of the late Rev. S. Marindin, of Chesterton.
Salop. Seat — Ballyscaddane. Knocklong. co. Limerick.

FRANKS (U.O.). Vert, on a saltire or, a griffin's head
erased gules, in the centre chief point a mullet of the
second. Mantling vert and or. Crest — Out of a mural
crown or. a griffin's head gules, between two wings
erminois, each charged with a mullet sable. Motto — " Sic
nos non nobis."



Son of Thomas Franks of Dromrahane, b. 1805 ; d.
1875 ; m. 1834, Mary Anne Cuthbert, d. of Thomas
Cuthbert Kearney: —



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