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Thornville, Natal.

Henry Dodson Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1848;
nt. 1886, Rosa Caroline, d. of Henry Boyce of Oxford ; and
has issue — (i) Geoffrey Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b.
1888; (2) Maurice Green-Armytage, Gentleman, b. 1890.
Res. — Willowdale, Nicola Valley, British Columbia.

Alfred Green-Armytage, Gentleman, Res. — Clifton,
Bristol.



WALTER EGERTON JOHN GREEN-EMMOTT,
Esquire, J. P. for co. Pal. Lancaster, late Capt. 3rd Bait.
East Lanes. Regt. ; succeeded his father in 1876 and his
cousin in 1895 ; he has assumed by Royal Licence the name
and arms of Green-Emmott. Born Aug. 11, 1865, being
the only surviving son of the late George Emmott Green-
Emniott, Esq., J. P. co. Lancaster and W. Riding of co.
York, of Emmott Hall (assumed the additional name and
arms of Emmott in 1851), by his wife Louisa Mary Sheridan,
dau. of Major John Macpherson of Pitniain, N. B. Livery
— (Full dress) blue and gold, red plush breeches ; (undress)
blue, and blue and yellow striped waistcoat. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly i and 4, azure, a fesse ermine
between three buffaloes' heads caboshed or (for Emmott);
2 and 3 per chevron argent and gules, in chief two sprigs
of holly fructed proper, in base a stag trippant argent,
attired or (for Green). Mantling azure and argent.
Crests — I. out of a ducal coronet composed of five
leaves erminois, a demi-buffalo sable, and unguled or (for
Emmott) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a stag's head
argent, erased or, attired sable, gorged with a collar geniel
gules, holding in the mouth a sprig of holly as in the
arms (for Green). Mottoes — " Tenez le vraye," " Nee in
arido defit." Married, Aug. i, 1893, Kathleen, eldest
dau. of Hon. Henry Prendergast Vereker, son of the third
Viscount Gort; and has Issue — (i) George Vereker Green-
Emmott, Gentleman, b. Jan. xo, 1898 ; (2) Edward Gosset
Green Emmott, Gentleman, b. March 28. 1899 ; (3) Oswald
Hamilton Green Emmott, Gentleman, b. Sept. 5, 1900 ;
Louise Marion ; and Beatrice Colette. Seats — Emmott
Hall, Colne, co. Lancaster ; The Old Hall, Rawdon, Yorks.
Club — Junior Constitutional.



Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-buck springing f)er fesse or and azure.



CHARLES JOHN GREENE, Gentleman. Born Dec.
28, 1897, being the son of the late Henry Dawson Greene,



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Esq. , J. P. COS. Westmorland and Lancashire, Capt. and Vol.
Batt. Border Regt. , by his wife Violet Frances Henrietta,

.second dau. of John Henry Francis Ley, Esq., D.L., of
lYehill, Devon. Armorial bearings Vert, on a ("esse

•invected or, between in chief two pheons and in base a
bugle-horn argent, stringed gules, three fleurs-de-lis of the
last. Mantling vert and or. Crest On a wreath of the
colours, a stag proper, gorged with a collar invected or, a

I shield suspended therefrom or, charged with a rose gules.

■•Seais Slyne, near Lancaster; Whittington Hall, Kirkby

■ Lonsdale.

i CHARLOTTE LETITIA GREENE, Religieuse, daugh-
;ter of the late John Greene and liis wife Charlotte, only
jdaughter of Samuel Perry of Manchester; and now a
iDominican Nun, havin- professed at Siena Convent, Drog-
heda, August 22, 1877. Armorial bearings are, upon a
, lozenge : Vert, three bucks trippant or, each gorged with a
ducal coronet gules.

DAWSON CORNELIUS GREENE, Esquire, of Slyne,
Justice of the Peace for the counties of Lancaster and
Westmorland, and for the West Riding of the county of
iYork. Born July 24, 1822, being the eldest son of the
Jate Thomas Greene, Esquire, Member of Parliament, by
his wife Henrietta, third daughter of the Right Honour-
able Sir Henry Russell, Baronet. C/?/3j — Travellers',
Senior United Service. Armorial bearings — He bears
for Arms : Vert, on a fesse invected or, between in chief
ftwo pheons, and in base a bugle horn argent, stringed
gules, three fleurs-de-lis of the last, impaling the arms
^of Russell, namely argent, a chevron between three
cross crosslets fitch^e azure, within a bordure engrailed
gules, sem^e of bezants and escallops or, alternately.
Mantling vert and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, a stag proper, gorged with a collar invected
vert, a shield suspended therefrom or, charged with a rose
gules. Married, September 3, 1856, Mary, second daughter
of Sir Henry Russell, Baronet, of Swallowfield Park, in
the county of Berkshire ; and has Isstte—Wcuxy Dawson
Greene, Gentleman, born May 26, 1862. Seats — Slyne,
near Lancaster ; and Whittington Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale.'
Town residence— 62 Chester Square, S. W.

EDWARD JONAS GREENE, Gentleman. Born Sept.
7, 1838, being the second son of Arthur Greene, Esquire
lyounger son of Sir Jonas Greene). Armorial bearings —
Per pale or and azure, three bucks trippant counterchanged.
Mantling or and azure. Crest —On a wreath of the colours,
1 dragon's head erased azure, gorged or ; and for Motto,
'Nescia fallere vita." Married, Oct. 4, 1859, Adelaide
Reid ; and has Issue— [i) Arthur Alexander Greene, Gentle-
nan, M.A., b. July 15, i860 \jn., July 26, 1890, Augusta
Reade] ; (2) Ernest Henry Greene, Esq., J. P. co. Monaghan,
B.A., *. Oct. 4, i86r {m., 1897, Georgina Fraser-Tytler] ; (3)
Edward Bernard Greene, Gentleman, b. May 31, 1864;
I'atherine Frances {m., 1889, John Aylward Lewis] ; and
Adelaide, d. 1868. Postal rtrfrf/vw— Newstead, Clonskeagh,
Dublin.



GEORGE ARTHUR GREENE, Gentleman. Bom
?^eb. 21, 1853, being the second son of the Rev. Henry
3reene (seventh son of Sir Jonas Greene). Armorial bear-
ngB— Per pale or and azure, three bucks trippant counter-
changed. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath
3f the colours, a dragon's head erased azure, gorged or ;
ind for Motto, " Nescia fallere vita." Married, April 23,
1885, Mary Dorothea Lucy, dau. and co-heiress of the
<ev. Henry Roundell ; and has Issue— {\) Henry Roundell
ireene, Gentleman, b. April 23, 1886; (2) Godfrey George
Roundell Greene, Gentleman, 'b. March 19, 1888. Postal
iddress—22, Pembroke Gardens, Kensington, W.

JOHN GREENE, Gentleman, Bom 1851, being the
hird son of the late John Greene of Glenville, by his wife
■"mma, eldest daughter of the Reverend Richard Jones
lobson, Archdeacon of Waterford. Livery—Grt'en, with
'ellow facings and gilt buttons. Armorial bearings— He
)ears for Arms : Vert, three bucks trippant or, each
jorged with a ducal coronet gules. Mantling vert
ind or ; and for his Crest, out of a ducal coronet gules.



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a bucks head or; with the Motto, "Nee timeo nee
sperno. Married, October 9, 1872, Julia Eamer, daughter
ot General Robert Sandeman ; and has Issue~M Reginald
Hugh Greene, Gentleman, born July 9, 1873- (2) Walter
Massy Greene, Gentleman, born November 6, 1874 • (3)




Robert Theodore Greene, Gentleman, born December 4,
1882 ; (4) Joseph Bertram Greene, Gentleman, born August
S, 1885 ; Theodora ; Kathleen Amy, died January 29,
1889 ; and Margaret Ruth. Estate and postal address —
Shamrock, Kyneton, Victoria, Australia.

Rev. JONAS GREENE, Clerk in Holy Orders. Bom
Oct. 19, 1836, being the son of Jonas (fifth son of Sir Jonas
Greene). Armorial bearings — Per pale or and azure, three
bucks trippant counterchanged, and impaling these same
arms of Greene. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a dragon's head erased azure, gorged
or; and for Motto, " Nescia fallere vita." Married, 1873,
Dorothy Jane, eldest dau. of George Greene, fourth son of
Sir Jonas Greene; and has Issue — Alfred Bilton, b. Oct. 25,
1876. Postal address — Mount Temple Rectory, Moate,
Westmeath.



Rev. JOSEPH GREEN, Clerk in Holy Orders.
Born Oct. 15, 1824, being the eldest son of the Rt. Hon.
Richard Wilson Greene, second Baron ot Her Majesty's
Court of Exchequer in Ireland, by his wife Elizabeth, third
dau. of Thomas Wilson of Fulford, York. Armorial bear-
ings — Per pale or and azure, three bucks trippant counter-
changed. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a dragon's head erased azure, gorged or.
Motto "Nescia fallere vita." Married, Oct. 28, 1848,
Olivia Douglas, eldest dau. of Charles Douglas Johnstone,
Esq., M.D., J.P. , of CO. Leitrim; a.nAhas Issue — (i) Richard
Wilson Greene, Gentleman, b. and d. 1851 ; (2) Charles
Douglas Greene, Gentleman, b. June 5, 1854; (3) Alan
Douglas Greene, Gentleman, b. April 15, 1856 ; (4) Rev.
Walter Lighton Greene, Clerk in Holy Orders, b. Dec.
24, i860 ; Elizabeth Alice, d. 1851 ; Eveline Douglas ; and
Emily Josephine, d. i860. Postal address — Rostrevor,
Clifton, Gloucestershire.



REGINALD LATIMER WELLINGTON GREENE,
Gentleman, J. P., LR.C.P. and L.R.C.S. Edinburgh.
Born Dec. 18, 1852, being the fifth son of the Rev. William
Greene, M. A. , formerly Vicar of Antrim, by his wife Frances,
daughter of Francis Whittle of Muckamore, co. Antrim,
and grandson of Joseph Greene, Esquire, Justice of the



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Peace, formerly tif Low Grange and I^keview, in the county
of Kilkenny ; Mayor of Slratfordupon-Avon, 1893-1894.
Annorlal bMOlngl — He bears for Amu : VVrt, three bucks
trippant or, gorged with .1 ducal coron*-t gules. Mtntltng
vert and or ; and for his Oreit, out of a ducal coronet gules,
a buck's head or ; with the Motto, " Nee timeo nee spemo."



only surviving son of Joseph George Greene, of Waterford,
by his wife Maria, daughter of William M'Kenzie of (ilas-
gow, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, and grand.son of Major
Joseph Greene, 40th Regt. Livery — Green and yellow.
Armorial beuinga (confirmed 1893, on the stien^^th of
user, the first dated copy being in 17x9. Ped. U. On.)—




Married, April 29, 1882, Ethel Mauney, eldest daughter and
heiress of Commander Richard Izod Downes ; and has Issue
—Reginald Downes LatimerlGreene, Gentleman, born Feb-
ruary 6, 1883 ; and Beryl Latimer. Postal address— Tre-
gara House, Stratford-upon-Avon.

5 RICHARD GREENE, Esquire, Fellow of the Royal
College of Physicians of Edinburgh, late Surgeon-
Captain in 1st Volunteer Battalion Northamptonshire Regi-
ment, late Medical Superintendent of County Asylum,
Northampton. Born June 28, 1843, being the third and



Vert, three bucks trippant or, gorged with a ducal coronei
gules. Mantling: vert and or. Crest— Issuant from a
ducal coronet gules, a buck's head or. Motto — "Nee
timeo nee sperno." Married, March 10, 1877, to Emma,
daughter of James Rhodes of Bradford, and widow ol
Edward Dickin of Shipley ; and has /jjwe— George Watten
Greene, Gentleman, b. May 3, 1878; and Alice Norali
Gertrude. Postal addresses— The Shelleys, Lewes; and
the Nook, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft. Cluds—AWxmnTh-.
Authors', Bath, County (Sussex), and Royal Norfolk and
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GREENE (U.O.). Per pale or and azure, three bucks
trippant counterchanyed ; and impaling the arms of
Plunket, namely : sable, a bend between a tower in the
sinister chief and a portcullis in the dexter base all or.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a dragon's head erased azure, gorged or. Motto
— " Nescia fallere vita."

Sons of Richard Jonas Greene, Gentleman, M.A.
Trinity College, Dublin, and Barrister-at-Law, d. 24
Jan. 1826 ; d. 1903 ; m. 27 July 1852, Louisa Lelias,
fourth d. of the Hon. John Plunket (afterwards Rt.
Hon. the third Baron Plunket) : —
Sir William Conyngham Greene, K. C. B. [to whom refer].
Postal address — 49 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin.

Charles Kendal Greene, Esq., Capt. in the "Buffs," b.
18 June 1862.
Harry Plunket Greene, Gentleman, b. 24 June 1865.
Geoffrey Philip Greene, Gentleman, b. 25 May 1868.

RICHARD MASSY GREENE, Gentleman, Chief Har-
bour Engineer in the Marine Department of the Imperial
Maritime Chinese Customs, 1869, 1870. Born January 10,
1843, being the eldest son of John Greene, formerly of
Glenville, by his wife Emma, daughter of Reverend Richard
Jones Hobson, Archdeacon of Waterford, and grandson of
Major William Greene, formerly of Janeville, in the county
of Waterford. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms :
Vert, three bucks trippant or, gorged with a ducal coronet
gules ; and for his Crest, out of a ducal coronet gules,
a buck's head or; with the Motto, "Nee timeo nee
sperno." Estates — Smithstown, Rathore, Cappagh, Brittas,
and Coolehela, all in the county of Kilkenny, in Ireland.

THOMAS WESTLAND GREENE, Gentleman. Bom
1843, being the only surviving son and heir of the late John
Greene of Millbrook and Hallahoise. Armorial bearings
— Vert, three bucks trippant or, each gorged with a ducal
coronet gules, in chief a crescent of the second for dif-
ference. Mantling vert and or. Crest — Issuing from
a ducal crest coronet gules, a buck's head or, charged
with a crescent gules for difference. Motto — ' ' Nee
timeo nee sperno." Seats — Millbrook and Hallahoise,
CO. Kildare.

THOMAS GREENE, Gentleman. Born Oct. 17, 1830,
being the fourth son of the Rt. Hon. Richard Wilson
Greene, second Baron of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer
in Ireland, by his wife Elizabeth, third dau. of Thomas
Wilson of Fulford, York. Armorial bearings— Per pale




or and azure, three bucks trippant counterchanged ; impal-
ing the arnis of Cpghill, namely ermine, a chevron between



three cocks gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a
wreath ot the colours, a dragon's head erased azure, gorged
or ; and for Motto — " Nescia fallere vita." Married, May
15, 1856, Sylvia Maria, youngest dau. of Vice-Admiral
Sir Josiah Coghill, Bart.; and has Issue— (1) Herbert
Wilson Greene, Gentleman, b. April 15, 1857; (2) Francis
Ernest Greene, Gentleman, b. June 23, 1859 [/«., Aug. 22,
1896, Muriel Leuca, dau. and coheir of Colonel A. B. Cod-
dington, R.E., and has issue, Marjorie Pearl Christine and
Pamela Sylvia Coddington]; (3) Richard Wilson Greene,
Gentleman, b. 1861, d. 1867; Elizabeth Sylvia [m., Dec. 19,
1885, Sydney Vernon Thornton, Lieut. R.A.] ; Sylvia Alice
[m., May 16, 1885, Capt. Cooper Penrose, R.E.]; Con-
stance Aylmer; and Helen Rosanna [m., April 26, 1900,
David Darley Donnybrook Plunket]. Posta- address —
Avonmore, Ballybrack, co. Dublin.

WALTER RAYMOND GREENE, Esquire. M.P. for
Cambridgeshire (West, or Chesterton Division), J. P. for
Suffolk, Capt. Loyal Suffolk Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry.
Born August 4, 1869, being eldest son of Edward Walter
Greene, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Nether Hall, Suffolk, by
Anne Elizabeth, dau. of the late Rev. C. S. Royds, Rector
of Houghton, Staffordshire. Clubs — Carlton, White's.
Armorial bearings — Argent, on a cross indented gules,
two annulets interlaced fesseways between four crescents
or, a chief azure, thereon, on a pile or, between two bezants,
a crescent of the fourth. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a gryphon's
head erased or, holding in the beak a branch of trefoil vert,
two annulets interlaced fesseways azure, between as many
bezants. Motto — " Non sine numine." Residences —
Nether Hall, Bury St. Edmunds ; Cambridge.

The VeryRev. WILLIAM CONYNGHAM GREENE,
Dean of Christ Church, Dublin. Born Oct. 19, 1827, being
the third son of the Rt. Hon. Richard Wilson Greene,
second Baron of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer in
Ireland, by his wife Elizabeth, third dau. of Thomas Wilson
of Fulford, York. Armorial bearings — Per pale or and
azure, three bucks trippant counterchanged. Mantling
azure and or ; for Crest, on a wreath of the colours, a
dragon's head erased azure, gorged or ; and for Motto,
"Nescia fallere vita." Postal address — 49 St. Stephen's
Green, Dublin. .

Sir WILLIAM CONYNGHAM GREENE, Esquire,
K.C. B. Born Oct. 29, 1854, being the eldest son of Richard
Jonas Greene [to whom refer], by his wife Louisa Lilias,
fourth dau. of the Hon. John Plunket, afterwards Rt. Hon.
3rd Baron Plunket. Armorial bearings — Per pale or and
azure, three bucks trippant counterchanged, and impaling
the arms of Stopford, namely azure, sem6e of crosses
crosslet, three lozenges or. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, a dragon's head erased azure,
gorged or; and for Motto, "Nescia fallere vita." Mar-
ried, Oct. 2, 1884, Frances Lily, fifth dau. of the Right
Hon. James George Henry, sth Earl of Courtown ; and
has Issue — (i) Barrington Stopford Conyngham Greene,
Gentleman, b. June 8, 1888 ; (2) Geoffrey Plunket Conyng-
ham Greene, Gentleman, b. April 22, 1893 '< (s) Kathleen
Conyngham ; (4) Norah Conyngham. Postal address —
Pretoria, S. African Republic.

GREENE (H. Coll.). Per pale vert and gules, on a
chevron embattled between three bucks statant or, a
crescent between two leopard's faces of the second. Mant-
ling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
buck's head erased azure, attired and gorged with a mural
crown and chain reflexed therefrom or, between the attires
a crescent, and the neck charged with an ermine-spot of
the last.

Son of Rev. Charles Greene of Cambridge, sometime
Chaplain R.N., b. ; d. ; m. : —
Major Edward Henry Greene, b. . Seat — Hinxton
Hall, Cambs.

THOMAS CHALLEN GREENFIELD, Gentleman,
F.R.G.S. Born March 16, 1843, being the eldest son of the
late Rev. Thomas Greenfield of Wilton House, Croydon,
Surrey, by his wife Martha Medlicott, dau. of Seth Smith.
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clarions or. Mfciitllng ^ilcs and or. OrMt — On a wreath
of the colours, a Rrirtin with wiiijjs t-levatcd or, resting the
dexter claw on a clarion gules. Motto— ' ' I njussi virescunt. "
Marritd, Feb. 33, 1875, Maria Isabella, dau. of John
Burden of I^sdbury, Herefordshire. Residence— b Albion
Road, Sutton, Surrey.

« EDWARD HOWORTH GREENLY, Esquire, M.A.,
J. P. and D.L. co. Hereford. J. T. co. Hrccon. High
Sheriff co. Hereford 1881, Lord of the M;mor of Titley.
Horn April 11, 1837, being the eldest son of the late Charles
Williams Greenly, Esq., J. P. and D.L.. by his wife Fanny
Maria Pyke, dau. of Richard Rosser. Armorial beaiia^
— Vert, a chevron between throe stags trippant all per
MJe ermine and erminois, and for distinction a canton or.
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a denu-stag rampant per fcsse ermine and erminois,
charged on the shoulder with an escallop azure, and on the
neck a cross crosslet sable, for distinction. Motto — " Fal-
y-gallo." Married, Oct. ao, 1869, Sarah Caroline, dau. of
Gen. Bowes Forster; and has Issue— (\) Walter Howorth
Greenly, Esq., D.S.O. and Brevet-Major, Capt. lath Royal
Lancers, b. Jan. a, 1875 ; (2) John Henry Maitland Greenly,
Gentleman, b. July as, 1885 ; Alice Maud ; Ethel Mary ;
and Lucy Margaret \m. July a, 1903, Hon. A. S. Byng,
third son of the Elarl of Strafford]. 5m/— Titley Court,
Titley, R.S.O., co. Hereford.

GREENWELL of Greenwell, co. Durham (H. Coll.).
Or, two bars azure between three ducal coronets gules, in the
centre point a rose of the last, a bordure sable. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of an eagle's head coiiped argent, gorged with a wreath of
laurel proper, three hurts.

Son of Walpole Eyre Greenwell of Upper Berkeley
Street, b. 1819; d. 1897; m. 1843. Eliza Theophila,
d. and h. of John Morris of Hastings, Sussex : —
Walpole Lloyd Greenwell, Esq., J. P. co. Surrey (High
Sheriff 1903). one of H.M. Lieutenants for the City of
London, b. 1847; m. 1873. Kathleen Eugenie, eld. d. of
John Tizard of Radipole, Weymouth; and has issue — (i)
Bernard Eyre Greenwell, Gentleman, b. 1874 : (2) Aynsley
Eyre Greenwell, Gentleman, b. 1876; (3) Ronald Eyre
Greenwell. Gentleman, b. 1883 ; (4) Eivelyn Eyre Greenwell.
Gentleman, b. 1886; (5) Geoffrey Eyre Greenwell. Gentle-
man, b. 1894; Winifred Eyre [/«. 1896. Charles Montagu
Crompton- Roberts (^.t'.)]; Cecil Eyre \m. 1897, Rev.
Frederick Archibald Gresham Leveson - Gower] ; Mildred
Eyre ; Aubrey Eyre ; Kathleen Eyre ; Margery Eyre ;
Gwendolin Eyre; and Sybil Eyre. 5^a/— Marden Park.
CO. Surrey. Town res.—ij Portman Square, London, W.

S CHARLES STANIFORTH GREENWOOD, Esq..
J.P. and D.L. for West Riding co. of York, late
Captain roth Royal Hussars, and Lieut. -Colonel com-
manding and West York Yeomanry Cavalry, J.P. West
Riding of Yorkshire. Bom May i. 1857, being the second
son of the late John Greenwood of Swarcliffe. by Louisa
Elizabeth, dau. of Nathaniel C. Barnardiston of The Ryes
Sudbury, Suffolk. Club—Army and Navy. AzWrv— Blue.'
Armorial beartngs- Per chevron sable and argent, a chev-
ron ermine between three escutcheons, each charged with a
saltire couped counterchanged ; and impaling the arms of
Dent, namely, quarterly i and 4, argent, on a bend between
two cotises engrailed sable, three lozenges ermine (for Dent) ;
2 and 3 azure, three cranes argent, on a chief or. two roses
gules (for Trickett). Mantling sable and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a leopard sejant or, resting the
dexter foreleg on an escutcheon sable, thereon a saltire
couped argent. Married, May 20, 1885. Margaret Eleanor,
second dau. of late John Dent Dent of Ribston Hall,
Wetherby ; and has /.w«^— Victor John Greenwood, Gentle-
man, b. Fel). 10, 1888 ; Ruth Margaret ; and Marion. Postal
address — Swarcliffe, Birstwith, Leeds.

HUBERT JOHN GREENWOOD. Gentleman. Bom
Nov. I, 1867, bemg the fourth but third surviving son of
the late John Greenwood of Swarcliffe, by Louisa Elizabeth
dau. of Nathaniel C. Barnardiston of The Ryes, Sudbury'
Suffolk. Armorial bearings— Per chevron sable and ar-
gent, a chevron ermine between three escutcheons, each
charged with a saltire couped counterchanged. Mantling



sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
leopard sejant or, resting the dexter foreleg on an escut-




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cheon sable, thereon a saltire couped argent. Clubs—
White's and Wellington.

FREDERICK GREER, Esquire, J.P. for co. Tyrone.
Born Feb. 17, 1829, being the eldest son of Thomas Greer,
Esq., J. P., of Tullylagan, co. Tyrone, and his wife William
Mina, dau. of Arthur Ussher. Esq.. M.A.. J. P., of Camp-
shire, CO. Waterford. Livery — Blue and yellow. Armorial
bearings— Azure, a lion rampant or, armed and langued
gules, between three antique crowns of the second, on a
canton argent, an oak tree eradicated surmounted by a
sword in bend sinister, ensigned on the point with a royal
crown proper, and impaling the arms of Staples, namely
argent, on a fesse engrailed sable, between three hurts as
many ermine spots, between two dragons' heads erased or.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a w reath of the colours,
an eagle displayed proper, charged on the breast with a
quadrangular lock . MottO — "Memoresto." Married,
June 30, 1874, Cecilia, eldest dau. of Sir N. A. Staples,
Bart., of Lissan, co. Tyrone; and has Issue — (i) Thomas
Greer. Gentleman, b. 1875 '. (2) Nathaniel Alexander Greer,
Gentleman, b. 1876 ; Elizabeth Lindsay \m., 1898, Rev.
Richard Ussher Greer, M.A.]; and Mary Ussher. Seat—
Tullylagan Manor, Dungannon, co. Tyrone.

THOMAS GREER, Esquire, J.P. co. Antrim and Car-
rickfergus, the last Member of Parliament for Carrick-
fergus, F. R.G.S. , Member of the Royal Irish Academy.
Born April 4, 1837, being the eldest son of Alfred Greer,
Esq., J.P. , of Dripsey House, co. Cork, by his wife
Helena, eldest dau. of Joshua and Sarah Carroll of St.
Patrick's Place, Cork. Livery — Blue, with yellow facings
and silver mountings. Armorial bearings — Azure, a lion
rampant or, armed and langued gules, between three an-
tique crowns of the second, on a canton argent, an oak-
tree eradicated surmounted by a sword in bend sinister,
ensigned on the point with a royal crown all proper ; and
for the Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle dis-
played proper, charged on the breast with a quadrangulai
lock argent. Motto — "MemorEsto." Married, ]n\y 2%,
1864, Margaret, only child and heiress of John and Jane
Owden of Brooklands, Belfast, in the county of Antrim,
and niece of Sir Thomas Scambler Owden, Lord Mayor of
London ; and has Issue — Thomas Macgregor Greer, Gentle-
man, born April i6, 1869 [married, March i, 1892, Dorinda
Florence, elder daughter of Colonel James Corry-Lowry,
Deimty-Lieutenant, of Rockdale, in the county of Tyrone,
and Vice-Lieutenant of that county, and has issue, Gladys
.Sylvia MacGregor ; Margaret Elizabeth MacGregor] ;
Helena Macgregor [married, 1893, Captain Robert Swin-



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burne Lowry, R.N.] ; Georgina Beatrice ; and Eva Mildred.



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