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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 prof>er; 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 — (i) Henderson Russell Landale, Gentleman, born
February 21, 1880 ; (2) David Eustace Landale, Gentleman,
bom November 3, 1886 ; Ruth Mary Sinclair ; and Kathe-
rine Maud Agnes. Estate and postal address — Limpsfield
Grange, Limpsfield, Surrey. C/«^— Oriental




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for the former county a Deputy- Lieutenant, an Alderman of
the County Council, Master of .\rts of the University of
Oxford. Bom 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. Livery — Black coat, cerise waistcoat,
gold buttons, drab overcoat, cerise collar and cuffs. Ar-
morial bearing — He bears for Arms : 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 fesseways argent; with the HottO, " Tenax et
fidelis." Married', February 22, 1877, Catharine George
Ann, dau. of George Webster Napier; and has Issue— (t)
Thomas Reginald Pelham Lane, Gentleman, A.M.I.C.E.,
b. May 23, 1878; (2) Charles Cyril Pelham Lane, Gentle-
man, B. A. Oxford, b. August 19. 1879 ; (3) Arthur Geoffrey
Napier Lane, Lieut. R.N., Gentleman, b. June 30, 1883;
and Dorothy Eveljm. Estates — Moundsley Hall, and other
property in the cotmtiss of Worcester and Warwick. Postal
address — Moundsley Hall, King's Norton, Worcestershire.
Clubs — New University, Worcestershire (Worcester).



The Vener.\ble ERNALD LANE, Archdeacon of
Stoke-on-Trent, M..A. Oxford, Rector of I^igh, Staffs.,
formerly Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Bom March 3,
1836, being the seventh son of John Newton Lane, Esq.,
of Kings Bromley Manor, co. Staffs., and his wife Hon.
Agnes Bagot, dau. of the Right Hon. Lord Bagot. Livery
— Dark blue coat and blue or blue and yellow waistcoat.
Armorial bearingrs — Per fesse or and azure, a chevron
gules between three mullets counterchanged of the field,
a canton of the Royal Arms of England, gules, three lions
passant guardant in pale or. Mantling azure and or.
Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a strawberrj'-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." Married, July
I, 1879, Evelyn Adelaide, daiL of J. W. Philips, Esq., J. P.,
of Heybndge, Staffs. ; and has had Issue — (i) Geoffrey
Emald William Lane, Gentleman, 1st Batt. Rifle Brigade,
b. June 18, 1882; Beatrice Mary Adelaide Jane, d. an
infant ; and Marjorie Agnes Jane. Residence — Leigh Rec-
tory, Stoke-on-Trent.



HENRY CHARLES LANE, Esquire. J.P. co. Sussex,
formerly Capt. 2nd Sussex R.V. and Major ist Sussex Art.
Vols., Lt. in 2nd Life Guards. Bom Feb. 10, 1832, being the
only son of Henry Thomas Lane, by his wife Jane Rachel,
fifth dau. of Charles Lambert. Armorial bearings (H.
Coll. 1803) — Per saltire azure and gules, in chief two saltires
couped, and another in base argent, in each flank a mullet
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two gryphon's heads
erased, addorsed, or, in the beak of each a sprig of laurel
proper. MottO — " Loyal jusqu a la mort." Married, ]\Ay
i860, Katharine, fourth dau. of the Rev. Anthony Lewis
abort, Rector of Chilbolton, Hants. Seat — Middleton,

-i^socks, CO. Sussex. Clubs — .Army and Navy. Arthur's,
' ounty (Lewes).



his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a strawberry-roan
horse salient, couped at the flanks, bridled sable, bitted and
garnished or, suppiorting between the ft«t an imperial crown
proper; with the Motto, "Garde le Roy." Married,



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S HENRY MURRAY LANE. Esquire, Chester Herald
of Arms. Bom March 3, 1833, being the sixth son of the
late Reverend Charles Lane, Master of Arts of the University
of O.xford, Rector of Wrotham, Rural Dean of Shoreham, in
the county of Kent, and Honorary Canon of Canterbury
Cathedral. &c. ; by his w^ife Frances Catherine (who died
October 26, 1875), second daughter of the Right Reverend
Daniel Sandford, Doctor of Divinity, Bishop of Exlinburgh ;
was Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms, 1849-64 ; Chester
Herald from 1864 ; was Secretary to Garter ^Iission to the
Court of St. Petersburg. 1867 ; Registrar of Her Majesty's
College of Arms, 1880-89. Armorial beaiicgs — He
bears for Arms : Party per fesse or and azure, a chevror
gules between three mullets counterchanged of the field, a
canton of the arms of England, namely gules, three lions
pa'^^ant guardant in pale or, the escutcheon being surrounded
by his collar of SS. Upon the escutcheon b placed a helmet
"tting his degree, with a mantling azure and or ; and for




firstly, October 9, 1862, Mary Isabella, eldest daughter of
Richard Fiennes Wykeham Martin (who died March 29.
1881) ; secondly, February 16, 1885, Amelia Elizabeth, eldest
daughter of the Reverend Augustus Asgill Colvile, Rector of
Livermere, in the county of Suffolk, who d. Oct. 31, 1897.
By his first marriage he has Issue — Gerald Stratford Murray
Lane, Gentleman, b. Dec. 6, 1863. Postal address — Heralds
College, London, E.C.



SJOHN HENRY HERVEY VINCENT LANE,
Esquire, of King's Bromley Manor, in the county
of Stafford, Justice of the Peace for the county of Stafford.
D.L. for Staffs., late Capt of S. Staffs. Regt. Bom Oct.
3, 1867, being the eldest son of the late John Henry Bagot
Lane, Esquire, of King's Bromley Manor, of the 3rd King's
Own Stafford Rifles, and Lieutenant-Colonel Coldstream
Guards, Master of Arts. Justice of the Peace for the counties
of Berkshire and Stafford, by his wife Susan Anne, daughter
and co-heir of Henry William Vincent of Lily Hill, in the
county of Berkshire, and BradweU Grove, in the county of
Oxford. Clubs — Wellington, White's, Travellers'. Livery
— Eferk blue and orange. Aimorlal bearings — Quarterly
of 35, 1 and 35, per tesse or and azure, a chevron gules be-
tween three mullets counterchanged of the field, on a canton
gules three lions passant guardant in pale or ; 2. the same



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without the augmcntntion ; 3. or, a chevron gules between
thrtv mullets Mure (for Lane, ancient); 4. argent, a lion
nint|Mnt ermines (for De la Hyde) ; 5. sable, six plates,
three, two, and one, on a canton .irgcnt, n lion rampant gules
(for Deliv Hyde Sych) ; 6. argent, two b.irs and a canton
gules (for Parlrich) ; 7. gules, a sncyd argent (for rraycrs| ;
I. argent, three bugle-horns sable, stringed vert (for Wyrley) ;
9. argent, a chevron engrailed, between three bugle-horns




sable (for Wyrley) ; 10. or, a chevron gules, between three
lions rampant azure (for Wyrley) ; 11. gules, six fleurs-de-lis,
three, two, and one argent (for Wyrley) ; 12. sable, two lions
passant in pale argent, ducally crowned or, holding in the
dexter paw a fleur-de-lis azure (for Heronville) ; 13. argent,
a bend azure, between a rose in chief and a fleur-de-lis in
base gules (for Overton) ; 14. sable, a fesse between three
sheldrakes argent (for Sheldon) ; 15. argent, on a bend
between two lions rampant sable, a wyvern of the field (for
Ruding); 16. argent, on a bend sable, three lions' heads
couped of the field, ducally crowned or (for Wroth) ; 17.
sable, a cross crosslet argent (for Durants) ; 18. gules, a
chevron between three lions' gambs ermine (for Wrotham) ;
19. azure, two bars dancett^e or (for Stonard) ; 20. azure, on
a chevron engrailed argent, between three lions passant
guardant or, as many crosses pat^e sable (for Fowler) ; 21.
per pale sable and argent, an eagle displayed with two
beads counterchanged, ducally gorged or (for Lovedale) ;

22. ermine, on a canton gules, an owl argent (for Barton) ;

23. barry of six gules and argent, on a chief or a lion passant
guardant, azure (for Englefield) ; 24. argent, a chevron
between three martlets sable (for Clarke); 25. argent, three
wolves erased, two and one gules, a bordure azure, charged
with eight towers or (for Rycott) ; 26. vair6, argent, and
gules (for Garnon) ; 27, or, six billets, three, two, and one



gules (for Colvile) ; 38. azure, two bars argent, a bend
chequy or and gules (for I^c) ; 29. vert, three go.its salient
argent, armed or (for Trollop) ; 30. quarterly azure and
gules, three sinister hands apaumde argent (for Leveson);

31. argent, two bendlets wavy sal)le, between as many wolves'
heads erased gules, a bordure of the last (for Clements);

32. argent, on a chevron gules, l)etween three cinquefoils
azure, as many bezants (for Hampton) ; 33. vert, a chevron
argent, between three cocks or (for Whadcock) ; 34. gules,
a lion rampant double-queued ermine (for Stokes). 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 strawberry-roan horse salient, couped at
the flanks, bridled sable, bitted and garnished or, supporting
between the feet an imperial crown proper. HottO — "Garde
le Roy." Seals — King's Bromley Manor, near Lichfield, in
the county of Stafford, and Lily Hill, Bracknell, in the
county of Berkshire.



LANE-FOX, see FOX.



LANG (L.O.). Parted per fesse embattled argent and
sable, two pallets counterchanged. Mantling^ sable, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, on a rock a
tower sable, masoned argent, windows and door gules.
Motto — " Qui crediderit non festinet."

Sons of John Lang of Glasgow and his wife Janet
Stuart, d. of Thomas Kennedy of Glasgow : —

James Lang, Esq., Lt-Col. 1st Lanarksh. Royal
Engineers (Vols. ), Hon. Lieut. H.M.'s Army, V.D. Res.
— 9 Crown Gardens, Dowanhill, Glasgow. Clubs — Cale-
donian, Grosvenor.

William Robert Lang, Esq., D.Sc. , Major Roy. Canadian
Mil., and Capt. ist Lanarksh. Royal Engineers (Vols.),
Professor of Chemistry in Toronto University [same arms,
and (rematric. as cadet) " in the honour point an annuk "
gules for difference." Crest as above. Motto — " Nev^
festines nevelanguescas"]. Nes. — The University, Torontfl
Canada. Club — Caledonian.



LANGBEGE, quartered by CORBET.



LANGDALE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, sable,
chevron between three estoiles argent (Langdale, Rof




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Lie, 1817) ; 2 and 3, sable, a bend or, between six fountains
(Stourton), with many other quarterings. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, an estoile
as in the arms. Motto — " Post tenebras lucem."

Sons of Charles Joseph Langdale, Esq. , J. P. and D. L. ,
of Houghton Hall, Yorks., b. 1822; d. 1895; m. 1852,
Henrietta, eld. d. and coh. of Henry Grattan, Esq. ,
M.P., of Celbridge Abbey, co. Kildare :—-
HenryJosephGrattanLangdale.Esq., J.P. andD.L.(y.v.).



Charles Stourton Langdale, b. 1874.
Edward Stourton Langdale, b. 1884.



§ HENRY JOSEPH GRATTAN LANGDALE, Esq.,
Deputy-Lieutenant, late Captain 4th Batt. the Princess
Victoria's Royal Irish Fusiliers. Born June 2, 1853, being
the eldest son of the late Charles Joseph Langdale, Esq. ,
of Houghton Hall, Yorks, J. P., D.L., by his wife Henrietta,




Rev. Marmaduke Langdale, b. 1861.
PhiHp Langdale, Esq., J. P. (q.v.).

Francis Joseph Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1866 ; m. 1892,
Teresa Mary, widow of John Duncuff and d. of James
Bruno Pilley of Mawfield.

Sons of Arthur Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1838 ; d. 1893 ;
m, 1872, Catherine, d. of Adrien de Bruyn : —



eldest dau. and coheir of Henry Grattan, Esq., M.P. , of
Celbridge Abbey, co. Kildare. Armorial bearings— Sable,
a chevron between three estoiles argent. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crest, on a wreath
of the colours, an estoile argent, MottO — " Post tenebr^g
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« PHILIP LANGDALE. Esquire. I. P. E. R. Yorks.
lAte Cnpt. 8th Hussars (from 189a), Major East Kent
Imp. Ycom. Hrie. from 1895. Born May 8, 1861, beinfj the
third son of thr late C."harl«rs Lanedale, Esq., D.L., J. P., of
Houghton Hall. E. Yorks. J. P.. D.L. (son of Hon. Charles
Stourton. who. by Royal Licence 1814, assumed the name
and arms of Langdale), by his wife Henrietta, eldest dau.
and heir of Henry Grnttan. Flsq. , M. P. , of Celbridge Abbey,
CO. Kildare. Livery— IWacV^ white facings. Armorial
iMtarlngi — Quarterly i and 4. sable, a chevron between
three estoiles at|:ent (longdate) ; a and 3. sable, a bend
or between six fountains (Stourton). Mantling sable and
arsent. Croat — On a wreath of the colours, an estoile
argent. MottO — "Post tencbras lucem." Married, 1895,
Gertrude, dau. of late Admiral S. H. Derriman, C.B. ; and
has /5J«»* — Joyce; Alethea ; and Ursula, ^m/j— Hough-
ton Hall. Sancton, R.S.O., Yorks., and Celbridge Abljey,
Kildare. Town residence — 31 Curzon Street, Mayfair,
W. Clubs — Naval and Military, Bachelors', Yorkshire
(York).



LANGDALE (H. Coll.). Party per chevron azure and
sable, a chevron ermine between three estoiles argent.
Mantling' azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, on a mount vert, an estoile argent between two
oak-branches projier. Motto — " Post tenebras lux."

Son of Marmaduke Langdale. Gentleman. Lieut. 41st

Foot, b. 1813; d. 1842; m. 1838, Henrietta, d. of H.

Chapman : —

Marmaduke Robert Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1839; m.

1867, Christina (d. 1888). eld. d. of F. W. Von Streglitz of

Ormley. Avoca. Tasmania; and has issue — Charles Stuart

I^angdale, Gentleman, b. 1869; and Anna Frances,

Res.—

Sons of Alfred Langdale, Gentleman, of Beacon Hill
House, Chart, Surrey, b. 1815; d. 1890; m. 1844,
Charlotte, eld. d. of William Keene : —
Alfred Augustus Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1847 ; m.
1874, Kathleen Grace, d. of Robert John Charles Herries.
Res.
Arthur Noel Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1859. Res. —
Son of Augustus Wollaston Langdale, Gentleman, b.
1849; d. 1885; m. 1877, Louisa Constance, d. of John
Hardcastle of Wakefield : —
Augustus Marmaduke Newnham Langdale, Gentleman,
b. 1878. Res.—

Yr. son of Rev. George Augustus Langdale of Compton,
M.A. (Camb.), b. 1817 ; d. 1902; m. 1848, Elizabeth
Buchanan, d. of Henry S. Hyde Wollaston of Welling,
Kent :—
Rev. Horace Marmaduke Langdale, M.A., Vicar of
Compton, b. 1855; m. 1878, Catherine Elizabeth, d. of
William Jacob; and has issue — (i) Kenneth Marmaduke
Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1884; (2) Clifford Marmaduke
langdale. Gentleman, b. 1886; Avice Hyde; and Kath-
leen Buchanan. Seat — Compton House, Compton, Peters-
field.

Sons of William Atkinson Langdale, Gentleman, of
Ladbroke Square London, b. 1818 ; d. 1874; m. 1st,
1849, Mary Anne {d. 1855), d. of Sir John Jacob
Hansler of East Wood, Bury, Essex; 2nd, Elizabeth,
d. of Valentine Knight : —
Ernest William Hansler Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1850.
Res. —

Frederick Lenox Langdale, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N., 3.
1853. Res.—

Percy William Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1855 ; m. 1878,
Mary Ethel Baker, d. of Francis Francis of The Firs,
Twickenham; and has issue — Violet Vavasour. Res. —
William Langdale, Gentleman, b. 1867. Res. —



LANGHAM (H. Coll.). Argent, three bear's heads
erased sable, muzzled or. Mantling sable and argent.
Creat — On a wreath of the colours, a bear's head erased as
in the arms. Motto — " Nee sinit esse feros."

Sons of Herliert Langham, Esq. (s. of Sir James

Langham, loth Bart.), b. 1804; d. 1874; m. 1839.

Laura Charlotte, d. of Nathaniel Micklethwait of

Taverham Hall. Norfolk : —
Sir Herbert Hay Langham, 12th Bart. (7 June 1660).
late Lieut. 1st Life Guards, J. P. and D.L. co. Northants.
b. 1840; m. 1868, Hon. Anna Maria Frances (d. 1876), d.



of Arthur Marcus Cecil, Lord Sandys; and has issue-
Herbert Charles Arthur Hanham, Esq., late Lieut. 31(1
B;it(. Northants Regt., b. 1870 [m. 1893, Ethel Sarah, d.
of Sir William Emerson Tennent, Bart.; and li.is i n ,
John Charles Patrirk Langham, Esq., b. 1894] ; and i \
iVa/- Cottesbrook Park, Northampton. Club—'\'\ix\.
Francis Nathaniel Langham, Gentleman, b. 1841.

JOHANN GOTTLIEB JULIUS LANGHANS, Gentle
man. Member Hertford College, Oxford, B.A., Taylorian
Scholar. Horn March 16, 1862, being the third son ot
F, W. Langhans, Dr. Phil., by his wile L. H. L.inghans,
«<fe Japlia. Armorial bearings— Argent, two bars wavy




azure, gutt^e-d'eau, as many trout naiant, one in chief the
other in fessc gules, on a chief arched sable, two king-
fishers proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, in flags on the sinister side the
stump of an oak tree in bend sinister, one branch sprouting
to the dexter, thereon a kingfisher all proper. MottO —
" Ich Wart Der Stund." Postal address — Hertford Coll.,
Oxford.



LANGLEY, quartered by FOX.
LANGLEY, see FITZ-LANGLEY.



LANGLEY. 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 Henry Langley, Esq., J. P. and D. L. . late

and Life Guards, formerly of Brittas Castle, b. 1820 ;

d. 1902 ; m. 1845, Harriet Maria, only child of James

Bradshaw, M.P. : —
Gerald Charles Langley, Esq., Rear-Adm. R.N., b.
1848; nt. 1893, Juanita Maxwell, d. of late William Scott
of Ashbrooke, Edinburgh ; and has issue — (i) Henry Fitz-
Roy Grace Langley, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; (2) Gerald
Maxwell Bradshaw Langley, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; Geraldine



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Marion ; and Lina Merlin Juana. JRes. — 31 Queen's Gate
Terrace, London, S.W. Club — United Service.

Walter Louis Frederick Goltz Langley, Esq., C.B. ,
b. 1855 ; m. 1894, Gertrude Mary (d. 1895), ygst. d. of
late W. Ramsay ; and has issue— Hubert Francis Grace
Langley, Gentleman, b. 1895. Bes. — 31 Queen's Gate
Terrace, S.W. Club — Travellers'.

Algernon Arthur Langley, Gentleman, b. 1863; m. 1894,
Minnie Robertson. Res. —

Claude Spencer Langley, Gentleman, ^.^867; w. 1897,
Blanche, widow of Major Thomas Armstrong Gough, and
d. of John William Fletcher, Bengal Army. Res. —

ALFRED ARNOLD LANGLEY, Gentleman. Born
1884, being the only child of the late Alfred Francis
Claringbold Chichester Langley, Gentleman, by his wife
Edith Jo'ana, dau. of Daniel Rees of Sully House, in the
county of Glamorgan. Livery — White, with green facings.
Armorial bearings — Paly of six argent and vert, on a
canton gules a pheon or. Mantling vert and argent.



Joseph Langman of Plymouth and London, by his wife Elea-
nor James, dau. of John Lawrence of .'Aberdeen. Livery —
Black and white. Armorial bearing^— Argent on a pile





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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 ; and for the
Crest, on a wreath of the colours, in front of a mount vert,
thereon a portcullis with chains sable, three water-bougets
fesseways of the last. Motto^" Justus esto et non metue.''
Married, Sept. 17, 1868, Mary Hannah {d. June 13, 1904),
dau. of James Marks of London ; and has Issue — Archie
Lawrence Langman, Esq., C.M.G. , b. Sept. 2, 1872,
Major Middlesex Imp. Yeom. (Cavalry Club) [m. Jan. 5,
1904, Eleanor, dau. of Sir Leonard Lyell, Bart.]. Resi-
dences — Stanhope Terrace, Hyde Park, London ; The
Deanery, Great Marlow, Bucks. Club — Devonshire.



Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a pheon or, between
two sprigs of laurel vert, fructed proper. Motto —
" Fidens non confidens. " Postal address — Golding, Peters-
ton-super-Ely.

§JOHN PENRICE LANGLEY, Esquire, Capt. Royal
Artillery. Born April 17, 1869, being the third but
only surviving son of the late Sir George Colt Langley,
K.C.B. , by his second wife Maria Catherine, dau. of John
Penrice of Witton, co. Norfolk. Armorial bearings —
Paly of -ix argent and vert, en a canton gules, a pheon or.
Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a pheon or, between two sprigs of laurel vert,
fructed proper. Motto — "Fidens non confidens." Resi-
dence —

LANGLOIS, quartered by LEFROY.

JOHN LAWRENCE LANGMAN, Esquire, Knight of
race of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
England. Born June 24, 1846, being the fifth son of



JOSEPH LANGMAN, Gentleman. Born April 3, 1839,
being the second son of Joseph Langman of Plymouth and
London, by his wife Eleanor James, dau. of John Lawrence
of Aberdeen. Aimiorial bearings — 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 fesseways
of the last. Motto — " Justus esto et non metue." Married,
July 17, i860, Rebekah, dau. of Robert Wheeler; and has
Issue — Rebekah Eleanor Lawrence.

PHILIP LAWRENCE LANGMAN, Gentleman. Born
June 8, 1848, being the sixth son of Joseph Langman of
Plymouth and London ; by his wife Eleanor James, dau. of
John Lawrence of Aberdeen. Armorial bearings— 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
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fesseways of the last. Motto — "Justus esto et non metue."
Postal address— i^ Oakford Road; N.W.

WILLIAM LANGMAN. Gentleman. Bom May 9,
1837, being the eldest son of Joseph Langman of Plymouth
and London, by his wife Eleanor James, dau. of John
I^wrence of Aberdeen. Armorial bearlngps — Argent, on
a pile engfrailed sahle, a water-bouget of the first between
two ilaunches 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 fesseways of the last. Motto — "Justus esto et
non metue." Married, March 5, 1877, Ada Mary, dau. of
James Marks ; and \\z.% Issue — (i) Ernest Joseph Langman,
Gentleman, b. Feb. 1880; (2) William James Langman,
Gentleman, b. Aug. 13, 1881 ; (3) Philip John Lang-
man, Gentleman, b. Dec. 7, 1882; (4) Arthur Harold
Langman, Gentleman, b. Oct. 30, 1887 ; Gertrude Eleanor
Winifred Rhoda ; Rowena Mary Ada ; Mary Elsie Dorothy ;
and Hilda Margaret.

BUTLER LANGMORE, Gentleman. Armorial bear-
ings — Azure, on a fesse cotised argent, three spear-heads
proper, a chief engrailed ermine. Mant.Hngr azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, out of the
battlements of a tower two tilting-spears in saltire all propmr,
tied by a riband azure, pendent therefrom an escutcheon or,
charged with a trefoil slipped vert. Motto — " Labor vincit
.omnia."

LANGRIDGE. quartered by LOWDELL.

SSiR JAMES LANGRISHE, 4th Baronet, of Knock-
topber, CO. Kilkenny, J. P., D.L., and High Sheriff
(1866) for that CO., retired Lieut. -CoL 5th Batt. the Royal
Irish Regiment. Born May 24, 1823, being the eldest son
of the late Rev. Sir Hercules Richard Langrishe, 3rd Baronet,
Prebendary and Rector of Lockeen, by his wife Maria,
eldest dau. of James Henry Cottingham of Somerville, co.
Cavan. Succeeeed his father 1862. • Creation — Jan. 24,
1777. Armorial bearings— Quarterly of sixteen, i. quar-
terly or and sable, four covered cups counterchanged (for
Langrishe) ; 2. argent, on a cross engrailed gules, five
escallops or (for Du Plessis) ; 3. sable, a bend and bordure
argent (for Th^ligny) ; 4. azure, a chevron between three