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in base proper (for Welwood of Garvock) ; 2 and 3 azure,
in chief three dexter hands, each grasping a bunch of arrows
argent, and in base an Imperial crown or, a chief gyronny
of eight of the last and sable (for Maconochie of Meadow-
bank). Mantling gules doubled argent. Crests— i. de.xter,
on a wreath of his liveries, the trunk of an oak sprouting
out branches proper ; Motto over, " Reviresco " ; 2. sinister,
a demi-Highlandman holding in his right hand a bunch of



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arrows all proper above an Imperial crown or, to which he
is pointing with his left ; Motto over, " Nitimur et munitur."
Supporters— Two Highlandmen attired proper, each hold-
ing in his exterior hand a bow and arrow with a quiver on
their backs. Married, April 28, 1892, Winifred Louisa,



ALBERT CAMERON MACPHERSON of Cluny Mac-
pherson, co. Inverness, Chief of the Macphersons and Clan
Chattan. Born Aug. 25, 1854, being the youngest but
only surviving son of the late Ewen Macpherson, Esq.,
C. B. , of Cluny Macpherson, by his wife Sarah Justina,




third dau. of the late Edgar Drummond of Cadland, Hants,
and the late Hon. Mrs. Drummond ; and has Issue —
Lawrence Robert Maconochie-Welwood, Gentleman, b.
1902 ; and Cynthia Louisa Winifred. Estates — Kirknew-
ton, Midlothian; Garvock, Fife. Seats — Kirknewton,
Midlothain, N.B. ; Pitliver House, Dunfermline, N.B.



youngest dau. of Henry Davidson of TuUoch Castle, Ross ;
succeeded his brother, Col. E. H. D. Macpherson, 1900.
Livery — Dress : blue coat with red piping, red waistcoat, red
plush breeches and white stockings ; undress : blue coat and
waistcoat, and trousers with red piping. Armorial beaiing^s
— Per fesse or and azure, a lymphad of the first, with her sails



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rurled, oars in action, miist and tackling all proper, flags Ax-
ing gules, in the dexter chief point a hand couped grasping
a dagger point upwards gules, in the sinister chiet a cross
cro&slet fitch^ of the last. Upon the escutcht'on is placed
a helmet bctittiiig his degree, with a mantling gules doubled
argent ; and upon a wrcaih of his liveries is set for Or«lt, a
cat sejant pro(>er. Supporters— Two Highlanders in short
turian jackets and hose, with steel helmets on their heads,
thighs bare, their shirts tied between them, and round tar-
gets on their arms. Motto — ' ' Touch not the cat bot a glove. "
AfarrieJ, April 15, i88a, Frances Eliia Raynsford, eldest
dau. of the late Rev. Henry Addington of Henlow Grange,
Beds ; and has /w«*— Frances Eva Marjorie. Seat — Cluny
Castle, Kingussie, co. Inverness. Club — Junior Carlton.

Sir ARTHUR GEORGE MACPHERSON, Knight
Commander of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian
Empire (1889), Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), formerly
Legislative Secretary to Government of Bengal (1862-64),
l>eputy legislative Secretary to Government of India in
Home Dept., 1884, a Puisne Judge of High Court, Calcutta,
1864-1877, Legal Adviser to Secretary of State for India
1879-1882, and Secretary in Judicial and Public Depart-
ment of India Office 1882-1893. Bom Sept. 26, 1828, being
the ninth son of the late Hugh Macpherson, M.D. , Professor
of Greek in the University and King's College, Aberdeen,
by his wife Christina, dau. of Roderick Macleod, Principal
of the University and King's College, Aberdeen. Armorial
bearing Azure, a lymphad or, sail furled and oars in
action, mast and tackling all proper, flags flying of the field.



liBf azure, doubled argent; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Orest, a cat rampant guardant proper ; and
in an escroll over the same this noUo, " Touch not the cat
but a glove." Married, July 12, i860, Frances Caroline,
dau. of the late William Martin ; and has surviving Issue
(i) William Hugh Macpherson, Esq., b. Feb. 2, 1863; (2)
Arthur Holte Macpherson, E^q., b. Jan. 4, 1867; (3) Alan
Macpherson, Esq., b. April a, 1868 ; (4) Ewen Macpherson,
Esq., b. Sept. 1, 1872; and Frances Ethel. Residence— ^i
Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, London, W. Club—
Oriental.



MACRAE (H. Coll.). Argent, a fesse invected, in chief
a lion rampant between two mullets, and the like in base
all gules. Mantling gules and argent. Orest— On a wreath
of the colours, l)etween two buffalo-horns or, a cubit aim
erect proper, charged with two mullets in pale gules, the
hand holding a claymore in bend sinister also proper,
pommel and hilt gold, MottO — " Fortitudine."
Son of : —

Douglas Gordon Macrae, Gentleman, b . Res. —
Avon Castle, Ringwood, Hants.



STUART MAC RAE, Gentleman, head of the Conchra
branch of the MacRaes of Kintail. Bom 1855, being the
eldest son of the late Duncan MacRae, Esq., of Kanies
Castle, CO. Bute, J. P. and D.L. for co. (of the Conchra
branch of the MacRaes of Kintail), by his wife Grace, dau.
of Donald Stewart. Armorial bearings — Argent, a fesse




each charged with a saltire argent, on a chief indented of
the last a hand fesseways, couped, grasping a dagger point
upwards on the dexter, and on the sinister a cross crosslet
fitchfe of the first, the escutcheon being surrounded by the
ribbon and pendent the badge of a K.C.I.E. Above the
shield is placed a helmet befitting his degree ; with a Mant-




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azure between two mullets in chief, a lion rampant in base
gules, a crescent of the second for difference. Mantling
azure doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries
is set for Crest, a mailed arm embowed, the hand grasping
a Turkish scymitar propier ; and in an escroll above, this
Motto, "Fortitudine;" and below shield, "Nee euro nee
careo." Married, Dec. 12, 1891, Ethel Evelyn, eldest dau.
of Martin Ridley Smith of H.iyes Common, Kent ; and has
Issue — (i) Kenneth Stuart MacRae, Gentleman, b. 1892;
(2) John Nigel MacRae, Gentleman ; and Grace Emily.
Residence — Handley House, Newark-on-Trent. Club —
Caledonian.



JOHN MAC RAE-GILSTRAP, Esquire, of Ballimore,
CO. Argyll, andof Northgate, Newark-on-Trent, co. Netting-



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ham, Major (retired) late Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
(formerly John MacRae), a Gentleman-at-Arms and a
Member of the Royal Company of Archers, the King's
Bodyguard for Scotland, J. P. for Argyll, Notts, and
Newark ; assumed the additional surname and arms of
Gilstrap by Royal Licence under the will of the late
Sir William Gilstrap, Bart. , of Fornham Park, Suffolk, and
Newark-on-Trent. Born Dec. 30, 1861, being the second
son of Duncan MacRae of Karnes Castle, Isle of Bute
(head of the "Conchra" branch of theMacRaes of Kintail),
H.E.I.C.S., by his wife Grace, dau. of Donald Stewart,
representative of the Stewarts of Over Blairish, cadets of
Stewart of Garth. Livery — Dark blue coat, with red waist-
coat, silver buttons, and dark green trousers. Armorial
bearings — Quarterly i and 4 (Gilstrap), argent a chevron
engrailed vert between in chief two escutcheons gules, each
charged with a galtrap of the field, and in base a talbot's
head erased of the third, and for distinction, in the centre
chief point a cross crosslet gules ; 2 and 3 (MacRae) argent,
a fesse azure between two mullets in chief and a lion ram-
pant in base gules, in chief point a crescent of the second
for difference ; and upon an escutcheon of pretence these
same arms of Gilstrap without the cross crosslet. Mantling
vert and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours,
upon a rock, a cubit arm erect in armour all proper grasping
an escutcheon gules, charged with a galtrap argent for dis-
tinction, the arm charged with a cross crosslet gules (for
Gilstrap) ; 2. on a wreath of his liveries, an arm in armour
embowed, holding a scimitar proper ; and over the crest




h# Mottoes, " Candide secure" (for Gilstrap); " Forti-
ludine" (for MacRae); under the shield, "Nee euro nee
care " (for MacRae). Married, March 4, 1889, Isabella
Mary, second dau. of the late George Gilstrap of Win-
thorpe, Newark-on-Trent ; and has Issue — John Duncan
George MacRae, Gentleman ; Margaret Helen ; Janet
Isabel ; Ella Mary ; Elizabeth Barbara Catherine ; and
Flora Sybil. 5ra/5— Ballimore, Otter Ferry, N.B. ; North-
gate, Newark-on-Trent. Clubs — Naval and Military, New
(Edinburgh).

DAVID MACRITCHIE, Gentleman, Commissioner of
Supply for the county of Perth, Member of the Society of
Accountants in Edinburgh. Born April 16, 1851, being
the fourth son of William Dawson MacRitchie, M.D. ,
Surgeon, of the Honourable East India Company's Medical



Staff, St. Helena, 1821-1836, by his wife Elizabeth Elder,
third daughter of John MacRitchie of Craigton, in the
county of Perth, and Denork, in the county of Fife.
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two mullets in chief vert and a crescent in base of the
second, a bordure of the third. Upon the escutcheon is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling gules,
doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for
Crest, a cat sejant rampant sable ; with the Motto, " Prenez
garde." Residence — 4 Archibald Place, Edinburgh.



VALENTINE EMANUEL PATRICK MACSWINEY,
Chamberlain to His Holiness Pope Leo XIII., B. €% L.

(Paris and Toulouse). Born , being the only son of

Valentine MacSwiney, formerly of co. Cork, by Emma,
Countess Konarski, dau. of Alexander, Count Konarski,
Knight of the Military Order, " Virtuti Mihtari," of Poland.
Armorial bearings —Per pale azure and g^les, two boars
rampant combatant pean, on a chief or, as many battle-
axes in saltire blades upwards proper. Mantling azure and
or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-
gryphon segreant, holding in the dexter claw a lizard proper,
and charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lis azure. Motto
— " Malo mori quam fcedari."



McTAGGART, quartered by STEWART.



GEORGE JOSEPH BROOKE M'VEAGH. Esq., J. P.,
High Sheriff 1891. Born Jan. 8, 1866, being the son of the
late Ferdinand M'Veagh, Esq., of Drewstown, High Sheriff
1875, B.A. Trin. Coll. Dublin, by his wife Maria, dau. of
Thomas Rotheram of Triermore, co. Meath. Armorial
bearings — Ermine, a lion passant guardant or, on a chief



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Mura, a crescent between two roses or. Mantling azure
and argent : and for his Oraat. upon a wreath of the colours,
an arra embowcd in armour, in the hand a spoor all proper.
Motto — "Per .irdua." Married, Oct. 24, 1889. Grace
AUce Maude, dau. of Lieut. -CJen. Charles Annesley Benson
of Ormonde House, Zion Hill, Ikith ; and has Issue— (i)
Feitlinand Annesley M'Veagh, (rtjntleman, b. Sept. 19.
1890: (a) Montagu Quin Brooke MVcagh, b. 1903;
Morjorie Grace : Muriel Kathleen Mabel ; and SteUa
Maude ,5«»'— Drewstown, co. Meath.

ROBERT BLAKE M'VITTIE. Gentleman, youngest
surviving son of the late Elliott M'Vitlie. Armorial l)«*r-
Inga— .\rg<*nl, on a chevron engrailed gules, U-twcen in chief
two thistles and in base a trefoil slipped all proper, a fret or.
jtat f Utn g gules and argent. Oraat — On a wreath of the
colours, a cat-a-mountain passant guardant, restir>g the
forepaw on an escutcheon of the arms. Motto — "Virtue is
honour." Postal address — 6a Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin.

MADDEN (U.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, sable, a falcon
seizing a mallard argent, on a chief or, a cross bottonn<Se
gules (Matlden, 1635); a and 3, or, a pile engrailed sable
(Waterhouse). i»»n*-i<«g sable and argent. Crest — On a




wreath of the colours, a falcon with wings expanded argent,
membered or. holding in the talon a cross bottonn^e gules.
Motto — ' ' Fortior qui se vincit."

Sons of John Madden of Hilton Park, J.P. cos.
Monaghan, Fermanagh, Cavan, and Leitrim, D.L.
Monaghan (High Sheriff 1864) and Fermanagh (High
Sheriff 1859), b. 1836; d. 1902 ; m. 1864, Lady Caroline
Clements, sister of 4th Earl of Leitrim : —
John Clements Waterhouse Madden, Esq., J.P. co.
Monaghan (on roll for High Sheriff 1906), D.L. co. Fer-
managh, Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple and King's Inns),
M.A. (Camb.), Capt. sth Batt. Roy. Irish Fus., b. 1870.



Seal — Hilton Park, Clones, co. Monaghan. Clubs — Carl-
ton, Bachelors'.

Gerald Hugh Charles Madden, Esq., Capt. Irish Guards,
late 3rd King's Own Hiusors (served in S. Africa with
x6th Lancers), b. 1872; m. 1901, Mabel Lucy, d. of
Sir George Macpherson Grant, Bart. Hes. — 17 Draycott
Place, S.W.

Sons of John Madden of Koslea Manor, J.P. and
D.L. CO. Fermanagh (High Sheriff 1848), J.P. co.
Monaghan (High Sheriff 1875), b. 1810 ; d. 1903 ; m,
1847, Clara Elizabeth, d. of Rev. James Spencer
Knox, D.D. :—
Walter Wilmot Madden, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m. 1886,
Eleanor, d. of Charles Ferdinand Bischoff of Woodlands,
Wainku, N.Z. ; and haaissue — (i) Arthur Wilmot Madden,
Gentleman, b. 189a ; (a) Charles Beresford Madden, Gentle-
man, b. 1898 ; Eva Kathleen ; Dora Christina ; and
Florence Josephine. Seat — Roslea Manor, Clones.

John Beresford Madden, Gentleman, b. 1855. Res.—
Aghafin, Clones.

MADDEN (1635, U.O.). Sable, a falcon seizing a
mallard argent, on a chief or, a cross lx)tton6e gules.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a falcon with wings expanded argent, membered or,
holding in the talon a cross botton^e gules. Motto —
" Fortior qui se vincit."

Only son of Rev. H. Hamilton Madden, Rector of
Templemore and Chancellor of Cashel, b. 1806 ; d.
; m. 1839, Isabella, d. of J. H. Monck Mason,
LL.D. :—

Rt. Hon. Dodgson Hamilton Madden, P.C. , M.A.,
LL.D., a Judge of the High Court in Ireland, Vice-Chan-
cellor of Univ. of Ireland, M.P. for Trin. Coll., Dub., 1887-
1892, Solicitor-Gen. for Ireland 1888, Attorney-Gen. i8r
b. 1840; m, ist, 1868, Minnie (d. 1895), eld. d. of Le
Moore, Esq., D.L., of Cremorgan, Queen's Co. ; and, Jes:
Isabelle, d. of Richard Warburton, Esq., D.L., of G
hinch. King's Co. Seat — Nutley, Booterstown, co. Dublii
Sons of Rev. Samuel Madden of Kilkenny : —

Major-Gen. Samuel Alexander Madden, C. B. , b. 1824.

Surg.-Maj.-Gen. Charles Dodgson Madden, C. B. (1896),
Hon. Surg, to Queen Victoria 1895-1901, Hon. Surg, to the
King 1901, served in Crimean Campaign (medal and clasp
and Turkish medal), Indian Mutiny (medal), and Abyssini
Exped. (desp., medal), b. 1833; m. 1863, Alice Lilias, and
of Andrew Maclean, M.D. lies. — Cree Fleet, Richmoni
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FREDERIC WILLIAM MADDEN. Esquire. Bom
April 9, 1839, being the eldest son of the late Sir Frederic
Madden, Knight of the Hanoverian Guelphic Order,
Fellow of the Royal Society, one of the Gentlemen of the
Privy Chamber to their Majesties King William IV. and
Queen Victoria, Assistant - Keeper and Keeper of the
Department of Manuscripts, British Museum, for nearly
forty years, by his wife Emily Sarah, second daughter of
William Robinson, Esquire, Doctor of Laws, Fellow of the
Society of Antiquaries, of Tottenham, Deputy-Lieutenant
for the county of Middlesex. Armorial bearings — He
bears for Arms: Sable, a falcon or, belled gules, preying
on a mallard argent, on a chief indented of the second a
cross bottonyof the third. Upon the escutcheon is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling sable and
or ; and for his Crest, out of a ducal coronet gules, a falcon
rising or, holding in the beak a cross bottony as in arms ;
with the Motto, " Propria virtute audax." Married, Sep-
tember 12, i860, Elizabeth Sarah (Bessie), third daughter
of John Rannie, Esquire, of Portsmouth (died August 22,
1893) ; and has Issue — (i) Frederick Henry Madden,
Esquire, born August ai, 1864; (2) William John Madden,
Gentleman, born January 9, 1866; Emma Edith [married
Frederick Cholmondeley Dering Amesbury, Lieutenant
Indian Staff Corps] ; and Anna Clarissa.

The Hon. Sir JOHN MADDEN, Knight Bachelor
(1893), B.A., LL.D. (Melbourne), Barrister-at-Law^ repre-
sented W. Bourke in Victorian Legislative Assembly 1874,
and Sandridge 1875-1882 ; was Minister of Justice, Victoria
1874 and 1876 ; Chancellor of Melbourne University since
1897, and was Vice-Chancellor from 1888, having previously
been Warden thereof, 1876-1881 ; appointed Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of Victoria, 1893 ; Lieut. -Gov. of



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Victoria, 1897 ; administered Government, Jan. to May 1893,
and March to Nov. 1895, and since March 1898 to Dec.
1901, and since Oct. 1903. ^or« 1844, being the son of John
Madden. Club — Melbourne (Melbourne, Victoria). Ar-
morial bearings — Per pale sable and gules, a falcon prey-
ing on a duck argent, on a chief or, a cross bottony between
\.-^o trefoils slipped gules. Mantling s.ible and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a falcon, wings expanded
argent, charged on the breast with a trefoil slipped sable,
and holding in the dexter claw a cross bottony of the last.
Motto — " Propria virtuteaudax." Mat-tied, 1872, Gertrude
Frances, dau. of Francis John Sidney Stephen, and has
Issue — Amy \jn. H. Osborne] ; Sylvia [tn. Clement ].

Residences — Cloyne, Chapel Street, St. Kilda, Victoria;
Yamala, Frankston, Victoria.

MADDISON, quartered by FLETCHER- VANE.

MADDISON. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, two battle-
axes in saltire sable (Maddison) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a
chevron between three martlets sable, as many mullets or
(Merley). Crest^On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm
in armour proper, grasping a battle-axe sable. Motto —
" Vae timido." Livery — White with black facings.
(Descent probably correct, but not officially recorded.)

Son of George Wilson Maddison , Esq. , J.P.,of Partney

Hall, Lanes., b. 1797; d. 1888; m. 1825, Frances

Elizabeth, d. of Sir Alan Bellingham, Bart., of Castle

Belling/mm, co. Louth :-r

Henry Maddison, b. 1829 ; m. 1867, Clara, d. of Francis

Slater of Christ Church, N.Z. ; and has issue — (i) Henry

George, b. 1868 ; (2) Christopher Ralph, b. 1872 ; (3) Lionel,

b. 1873 '< (4) Humphrey, b. 1876 ; Frances Emily Theodosia ;

Katharine Dorothy ; and Clara Cornelia. Seat— Partney

Hall, Spilsby.

Sidney Maddison, b. 1832 ; m. 1869, Elizabeth, d. of
Samuel Mann; and has issue — Edward, b. 1871 ; and
Isabel Emilia Lucy [m. 1896, Nicholas CcBsar Corsellis
Lawton\. Res. — Horncastle, co. Lincoln.

Rev. Arthur Rowland Maddison, M.A., F.S.A., Ptiest
Vicar and Librarian of Lincoln Cathredal, Prebendary of
All Saints, Thorngate in Lincoln Cathedral, Vicar of
Cherry, Willingham, Lines., b. 1843. Res. - Vicars
Court, Lincoln. Club — Grosvenor.

MADDISON (H. Coll., 1812). Quarterly, ermine and
erminois, two battle-axes in saltire sable. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — Out of a crown vallary or, an arm
embowed in armour proper, in the hand a battle-axe sable
the head argent, charged with a cross of the second.
Motto — " Be firm."

Son of

b. ; d. ; m. , and grandson of Thomas

Maddison : —
Thomas R. Maddison, Gentleman, b. Res.—Dwkax
House, nr. Wakefield.

PERCY MAGAN, Esquire, J. P. co. Westmeath. Born
August 20, 1828, being the second but eldest surviving son
of the late George Percy Magan, Gentleman, by his wife
Ellen, dau. of Valentine O'Connor of Dublin. Armorial
bearings Quarterly i and 4, argent, a chevron between
tliree boars passant azure, tusUed, hoofed, and bristled or
(for Magan) ; 2 and 3, azure, on a bend between two garbs or,
a mitre gules (for Tilson). Mantling azure and argent.
Crest -Upon a wreath of the colours, a boar's head erased
azure, tusked and bristled or. Motto -" Virtute et pro-
bitate." Married, Sept. 20, 1865, Annie Katherine, dau. of
Rev. Edward Richards ; and has Issue — ( i ) Percy Tilson
Magan, Gentleman, b. Nov. 13, 1867 ; (2) Arthur Tilson
Shaen Magan, Gentleman, b. May 21,1880; Emily Georgina;
Muriel Rozel ; Rachel Evelyn ; and Violet Augusta. Seats
—Correal, co. Roscommon ; Kilcleagh Park, Moate, co.
Westmeath.

MADDOCK, quartered by ASH BY.

JOHN MADDOCKS, Esquire, J.P. co. York. Born
Feb. 17, 1842, being the son of the late Thomas Maddocks
of Malpas, Cheshire. Armorial bearings -Argent, on a
pale indented azure, a flaming sword erect proper, pommel
and hilt or, on a chief arched sable, a cherub's head of the
fourth between two roses of the field. Mantling azure and



argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
a passion cross gules, a cherub's head or, each wing




charged with a rose also gules. Motto - ' ' Justice and
gratitude." Residence -HeAXh Royal, Putney Hill, Lon-
don, S.W.

MAGENIS (Confn. U.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, vert,
a lion rampant or, on a chief argent, a dexter hand erect
couped gules. Mantling vert and or. Crest— A boar
passant proper. Motto — " Sola salus servire Deo."

Sons of Lt.-Col. Henry Arthur Magenis, 87th Royal
Irish Fus. , b. 1795; d. 1852; m. 1828, Elise Joseph
Ursula, d. of M. J. Damain de Kerostan, Brittany; —
Major-Gen. Henry Cqle Magenis (q.v.).
Edward Cole Magenis, Gentleman, b. 1841 ; m. 1885,
Cicely, d. of Joseph Hornby Birley, Esq., J.P. , of Brookside,
Newton-le- Willows ; and has issue — Richard Henry Cole
Magenis, Gentleman, b. 1888 ; Marjorie Elise ; Sheila
Frances ; and Cicely.

S HENRY COLE MAGENIS, Esquire, Major-General
(retired), late R. H.A., D.L. and J.P. for co. Antrim
(High Sheriff 1887). Born Sept. 10, 1838, being the third
son of Henry Arthur Magenis, late Commanding 87th Royal
Irish Fusiliers, by his wife Elise Joseph Ursula, dau. of
M. J. Damain, dc Kerostan, Brittany. Clubs — United and
Junior United Service Cavalry and Turf, United Service
(Dublin), Ulster (Belfast). Livery — Green and white.
Armorial bearings — Vert, a lion rampant or, on a chief
argent, a dexter hand couped gules. Mantling vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar passant proper.
Motto — "Sola salus servire Deo." Estates in cos. An-
trim and Down. Seat — Finvoy Lodge, Ballymoney, co.
Antrim.

MAGILL, quartered by MEADE.

MAGNAY (H. Coll., 1844). Ermine, fretty gules, on a
chief per pate of the second and azure, a sword proper,
pommel and hilt or, surmounting a key saltirewise, the
wards upwards gold, interlaced with the collar of the Lord
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cnninois. it*«tHwy piles and argent. OrMt — On a
wrtath of the culoun>, o lion rampant sable, billety erminois,
nuntlly crowned, Kort;etl with a chain reHexed over the
back, and holding bctuet-n the forepnwsa leopard's factor.
Motto—" Mojjna est veritos."

Only son of Sir William Magnay, ist Bart., of Post-
ford House, Surrey, lx>rd Mayor of the City of London
1843, t. 1797 ; J, 1871 ; m. 1854, Amelia, d. of Thomas
Clarke:—
Sir William Nfagnay, and Bart. (8 Nov. 1844), i>. 1855 ;
m. 1879, Margaret Susannah, d. of Matthew Soulsby ; and
has surv. issue— (i) Christopher Boyd William Magnay,
(ientkman, i. 1884 ; (a) Philip Matthew Magnay, Gentle-
man, *. 1885; and Dorothy Vera. C/ui — Union.

MAGUTH (H. Coll.), Argent, on a pale azure, beeween
two thistles leaved and slipped proper, a torch erect or,
fired also prop«r. Ma&tlinfiT azure and argent. Orest —
On a wreath of the colours, a thistle as in the arms,
between two wings vair.
Son of : —

Rev. Stephen Shepherd Maguth, M.A., i. . Seal —

Norsey Manor, Great Burstead, Essex.

SGKORGE MAURICE MAHER, Esquire, late Capt-
7th Dragoon Guards. Bom 1847, being the son
of the late John Maher, Esq., of Ballinkeele, J. P. and
D.L., High Sheriff 1853, and M.P. for co. Wexford, by
his wife Louisa Catherine, dau. of George Bourke O' Kelly,
Esq., of Acton House, Middlesex. Annorial bearings —
Azure, two lions rampant comltatantor, supporting a sword
in pale proper, in base two crescents of the second. Mant-
ling azure and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, on a mount vert, a hawk rising, belled and hooded
proper, on each wing a crescent or. MottO — " In periculis
audax." Seal — Ballinkeele, near Enniscorthy, co. Wexford.
tVw^j— Raleigh, St. Stephen's (Dublin).

MAHON, see PAKENHAM-MAHON.

MAHON (U.O., 29 Sept. i8i8). Per fesse sable and
argent, an ostrich counterchanged, in the beak a horse-shoe
or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour proper,
garnished or, the gauntlet grasping a wavy sword. Motto
— "jMoniti meliora sequamur."

Sons of Rev. Sir William Vesey Ross Mahon, 4th

Bart., b. 1813; d. 1893; m. 1853, Jane, d. of Rev.

Henry King of Ballylin, King's Co. : —