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4. party per saliire or and anire, a lion rampant counter-
changed (for Gould) ; a and 3 azure, a fes!>e or, in chief a
bear's bead proper, ringed and muzzled of the second (for
Baring). Oraatfl — Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-
Uon rampant azure, bezant^ (for Gould), there being no
recorded Baring crest. Married, May 35, 1868, Grace,
daughter of John Taylor of Horbury, in the county of
York; and has luid lisue — (i) ICdward Sabine Baring-
Gould, bom September 5, 1871 ; (a) Julian Baring-Gould,
bom 1877 ; (3) William Drake Baring-Gould, born 1878 ;
(4) Henry Baring-Gould, born 1885 ; (5) John Hillary
Baring-Gould, bom 18^ ; Mary married to A. W. H.
Dickinson of Dunsland, m the count( of Devon) ; Margaret
(«i. P. D. Rowc, Great Hayes, co. Devon) ; Beatrice Graci-
euse, died an infant, 1876 ; Veronicy (w. Dr. A. King,
Bude, CO. Cornwall) ; Barbara (wi. F. L. Burnard, of Ply-
ntouth) ; Diana Amelia ; Felicitas ; Joan ; Cecily ; and
Grace. EstaU and postal a</rfrr«— LewTrenchard, North
Devon.

BARKER, see JONES-BARKER and RAYMOND-
BARKER.

« CHRISTOPHER DOVE BARKER. Esquire, J. P.,
D.L. CO. of Worcester. Bom 1829, being the eldest
son of the late Thomas Barker, Esq.. j.P.. of Rosella
House, Tynemouth, Northumberland. Armorial bearings
-Or, three escocheons in fesse gules, each charged with a
bezant between as many bears' heads erased sable, "^muzzled
argent. M a n t lin g gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, issuant from an annulet or, a bear's head erased
■able, muzzled of the first, charged with a bend nebuly
argent, thereon three torteaux. Motto—" Virtus tutissima
cassis. " Married, 1854, Alice Gray, dau. of the late A. W.
Elmslie of Weston, Somerset. 5*a/— Radnor House, Great
Malvern. C/»*— Conservative.

GEORGE RICKARD BARKER, Esquire. Master of
Arts of the University of Cambridge, Justice of the Peace,
Patron of Hemsby, Barrister-at-Law. Bom June 25, 1832,
being the eldest son of the late Robert Copeman. Esquire, of
Hemsby Hall, in the county of Norfolk, Justice of the Peace,
by his wife Ann, only surviving child of John Barker Hunting-
ton, Esquire, Justice of the Peace for East Somerton, in the
county of Norfolk [by his first wife Anne, only daughter of
Benjamm Barker, Esquire. Justice of the Peace for Carbrooke,
m the county of Norfolk] ; assumed the name and arms of
Barker only, in lieu of Copeman, by Royal License, dated
July 5. 1889. Armorial bearings— He bears for Anns:
Argent, a torteau between three bears' heads couped gules
muzzled or. a chief invected of the second. Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
mantbng gules and argent ; and for his Crest, on a wreath
of the colours, a bears head couped gules, muzzled or, be-
tween two torteaux. Seat — Hemsby Hall, near Great
Yarmouth.

THOMAS BARKER, Gentleman. Armorial bearings
—Quarterly i and 4, per chevron gules and argent, in chief
three fscallops of the last and in base a bear sejant sable,
muzzled or (for Barker) ; 2 and 3 azure, an eagle displayed
withm an orle of four estoiles and as many annulets alter-
nately, all or (for Schuldham). iffa«t«»g guigj ^^^ argent
Crert— On a wreath of the colours, a bear sejant sable,



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muzzled and gorged with a collar gemelle or. holding in
the paws :ui escutcheon gules, charged with an escallop
arsent. Postal address— Koh\yn Hall. Sydney, New South
Wales.

BARKER of Clare Priory (H. Coll.). Argent, a maunch
sable, between three bear's heads erased of the i.Tst, niurzl(<l
or, on a chief gules, two swords salterwisc ix)ints upwards
proper, pommelled and hilted gold. Mantling sable ant




argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
bear's head erased sable, muzzled or. two swords saltirewisc
as in the arms. MottO — " Use well your talent." Livery—
Drab, with scarclet facings.

Sons of John Barker of Clare Priory, Suffolk, b. 1800;
d. 1837 ; m. 1829. Georgiana, d. of Col. Thomas
Weston of Shadowbush, Poslingford :—
Sir George Digby Barker, K.C.B. (Mil.. 1900), General
in the Army (ret.), Col. of The Prince of Wales' (North
Staffordshire) Regt., J.P. Essex and Suffolk, served in
Persian War and in Indian Mutiny, present at relief and
defence of Lucknow, &c., late Gov. and Conimander-in-
Chiefof Bermuda, (^. 1833; m. ist. 1862. Frances Isabella
[d. 1900). d. of George Murray of Rosemount, Ross-shire;
2nd. 1902. Katherine Weston, d. of Edward Gelding
Elwes ; and has had issue— Digby Hildyard Barker. Esq.,
Capt. Stafford and W. India Regt. d. 1899 ; Helena AugusU
Victoria [m. 1891, Francis Henry May, Esq., C.M.G.];
and Mary Caroline [m. 1899, Col. James Cecil Dalton,
R.A., Knt. of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem]. Seat
—Clare Priory, Suffolk. C/a^J— United Service:
Suffolk.

Walter Julius Barker, Esq., Major late R.M.L.I.
— Primrose.



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BARKWORTH, see WILSON-BARKWORTH.

ALEXANDER KAY BARLOW, Esquire, J.P. co.
Essex. Bom Sept. 30, 1855, being the second son of
William Bartow, Gentleman, of Choriton-on-Medlock, Man-
chester, by his wife Leah Frances, dau. of William Searleof
Oakhill, West Derby. 67«*^— Royal Mersey Yacht, Royal
Harwich, Royal Portsmouth, and Corinthian. Liverv—
Black and silver. . Armorial bearings — He bears for
Anns: Bendy of 'eight argent and vert, an eagle dis-
played with two heads sable, the claws resting on a mill-
rind in base fesseways or, holding in each beak an ear
of barley slipped proper. Upon the escutcheon is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling vert and
argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
a gauntleted hand bendways proper, grasping two eaglw
heads conioined and erased at the neck sable ; with the
Motto, "En foi prest." Married, Dec. 10, 1890, Sophia
Matilda, dau. of Henry Salomonson of Oaklands, Victoria
Park, Manchester; and has Issue~(i) Alexander William
Lancashire Barlow. Gentleman, b. Nov. 11, 1892; (2) John
Lancashire Barlow, Gentleman, b. Jan. 6, 1899; Joyce



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■nrietta Lancashire; and Sybil Margaret Lancashire.
I'tates — The Barlow Hall Estate, Woodbury County,



Gentleman, born 1885 ; (3) Montagu Lovick Barnard,
Gentleman, born 1891 ; Cecilia Elizabeth (deceased) ; Effie




iwa, in the United States of America; and Wivenhoe
all, Essex. Postal address — Wivenhoe Hall, Essex.

WILLIAM WYCLIFFE BARLOW, Esquire, M.A.,
arrister-at-Law ; J. P. for Cheshire, Lord of the Manor
j Maenau. Born March 18, 1854, being the eldest son of
ie late William Barlow of Ashford, Wilmslow, Cheshire,
\i his second wife Leah Frances, dau. of Samuel Searle
I West Derby, Lancashire. Armorial beaxings — Bendy
j eight argent and vert, an eagle displayed with two heads
Hble, the claws resting upon a millrind in base fesseways

•, in each beak an ear of barley slipped proper. Mantling
j:rt and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
liuntleted hand bendways proper, grasping two eagles'
fjads conjoined and erased at the neck sable, Motto —
i En foi prest." Married, April 23, 1884, Emily, second
iau. of the late James Jardine, Esq., J. P. and D. L. , of
'Iderley Edge, Cheshire ; and has Issue — (i) James Jardine
•arlow, Gentleman, b. April 15, 1855 ; (2) William Geoffrey
liarlow, Gentleman, b. Dec. 28, i8gi. Seat — Ashford,
jVilmslow, Cheshire.

! THOMAS BARLOW -MASSICKS, Esquire, J.P. for
j;umberland. Born 1832. Armorial bearings — Per pale
jr and azure, on a fesse between four leopards' faces jessant-
e-lis, three in chief and one in base, two quatrefoils all
ounterchanged. Mantling azure and or ; and for his
lirest, upon a wreath of the colours, a cross pat6e azure,
,urmounted by a leopard's face jessant-de-lis or. Motto —
['Vestigia nulla retrorsum." Seat — The Oaks, Millom,
\ !!umberland.

BARNARD, quartered by HUNTER.

i The Reverend DENNIS JACOB JOHNSON BAR-
KARD, Clerk in Holy Orders, Master of Arts, Doctor of
i-aws of Trinity Hall (Cantab.). Born June 23, 1848, being
'■ he eldest son of the late Dennis Barnard, by Maria Lovick
iiis wife, daughter of Jacob Johnson. Armorial bearings
He bears for Arms : Argent, on a bend invected azure,
between two bears' heads couped sable, three escallops
if the first. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
ion argent, charged on the shoulder with an escallop,
I elding between the paws a serpent nowed, the whole between
wo escallops all azure. Motto — " Maintenant ou jamais."
Married, 1874, Elizabeth Pitts, daughter of Robert Christo-
pher Pitts ; and has had Issue— [\) Dennis Christopher
Barnard, Gentleman, born 1880 ; (2) John Douglas Barnard,




Margaret ; Dora Madeline ; and Hilda Mary.
address — "The School House, Stamford.



Postal



GEORGE WILLIAM GIRLING BARNARD, Gentle-
man. Born May 21, 1851, being the third and youngest
son of the late Dennis Barnard of Norwich, by Maria
Lovick, his wife, eldest dau. of the late Jacob Johnson of Nor-
wich, and of The Lodge, Saxlinghara Nethergate, Norfolk.
Armorial bearings — Argent, on a bend inveted azure, be-
tween two bears' heads couped sable, three escallops of the
first. Crest — A demi-lion argent, charged on the shoulder
with an escallop, holding between the paws a serpent nowed,
the whole between two escallops all azure ; with the MottO,
"Nunc aut nunquam." Married, March 28, 1883, Ger-
trude Beatrice, youngest daughter of the late Robert Chris-
topher Pitts of Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich ; and has Issue
— George William Barnard, Gentleman, born March 6,
1885 ; Gertrude Mary ; Helen Beatrice ; and Ethel Wini-
fred. Postal address — Stratton Lodge, Eaton, Norwich.

StR HERBERT BARNARD, Knight, J.P. Surrey and
Middlesex, F.S.A. Born 1831, being the eldest son of
the late John Barnard of Park Gate, Ham Common, by
his wife Mary Anne, dau. of Herbert N. Jarrett. Club —
Union. Armorial bearings — Barry of six or and argent,
a bear rampant sable, muzzled gold. Mantling sable and
or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert,
a demi-bear sable, muzzled, charged on the shoulder with a
cross pat^e fitch^e, and the sinister paw resting on a cross
crosslet or. Married, 1854, Ellen, dau. of the late William
Wyndham of Dinton, Wilts ; and has, with other Issue —
Herbert Wyndham Barnard, Gentleman, born 1859. Res.
— 23 Portland Place, W. ; Burrows Lea, Share, Surrey.

BARNARD (H. Coll. , 26 Apl. 1856). Per chevron gules
and argent, in chief two lions rampant of the last, and in
base a bear rampant sable, nmzzled or. Mantling gtiles
and argent. Crest - On a wreath of the colours, a lion
argent, billetty sable, supporting with the dexter paw a
shield gules, charged with a garb or. Motto—" Mea
gloria fides. "

Only surv. son of John Barnard, Gentleman, of

Brighton, b. 1818 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1845, Eliza Ellen, only

child of Charles Gibson of Colchester and London : —

John Charles Barnard, Gentleman, b. 1847; m. 1879,

Ada Maria, d. of George Routledge, Esq., of Stone



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Ho«M. CarlttW. J. P.. D.I.. : and hiusurv. Issue— (i) Ivor
BWMrd. Genileman. K 1887 ; (a) Cedric Barnard, Gentle-
nan, k 1891 : (3) Mumrrcy Dentil Barnard, Gentleman,
k 180a : rhylli« Marion; Marjorie Calvert; Joyce; and
Winifred Koutletlge. AVj. -Oakleigh, Duopas Hill, Croy-
don. /V«/. aJJ.—^7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.




Sons of George William Barnard, Gentleman, b. 1836;
d. 1901 ; M. 1855, Emma Harcuurt, d. of Robert
Armstrong: —
Harcuurt George Barnard, Gentleman, Solicitor, M.A.
Camb., b. 1856; m. 1884, Anne Elizabeth, d. of Alfred
Porter ; and has issue — Keppel Harcourt Barnard, Gentle-
man, i. 1887. Jies. — Lambeth, S.E. ; Farnham, Surrey.

Alfird George Barnard, Gentleman, b. . Hes. —
77 Upper Richmond Road, Putney, S.W.

Walter Burrows Barnard, Gentleman, b. . Res. —
71 Oakhill Road, East Putney, S.W.

JOSEPH BARNARD, Gentleman. Armorial bear-
ing!— Or, a bear rampant sable within two flanches vair.
Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
a demi-bear ramfxint sable, semte of annulets or, and hold-
ing between the paws a buckle of the last. Motto — " Ex
Concordia victorioe spes."

URSULA MARY FLORENCE BOLDERO BAR-
NARD, Spinster, only daa of the late Charles Edward
Gee Boldero Birnard, Esq., J. P., Barrister-at-Law, by his
wife Sophia I^>titia, fifth dau. of Hon. Andrew Godfrey
Stuart. Armorial bearings — On a lozenge quarterly
I and 4, argent a bear rampant sable, muzzled or (for
Barnard) ; a and 3 per pale or and azure, a saltire
counterchanged surmounted by another counterchanged
(for Boldero). 5w/— Cave Castle, Brough, co. York.

S NATHANIEL BARNARDISTON, Esquire. J.P.
and D.L. for co. Suffolk, and J.P. for Essex, Chair-
man West Suffolk Quarter Sessions from 1876, and late of
County Council from 1888, Col. late Brigadier Comm. the
Harwich Vol. Infantry Brigade, was formerly in the 27th
Inniskilling Regt. Bom April 24, 1832, being the eldest
son of the late Nathaniel Clarke Barnardiston, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., and his wife Sophia, dau. of George Robert
Eyres of Cavenham House, Norfolk. Armorial bearings
— Azure, a fesse dancettte ermine, between six crosses
crosslet argent Man t lin g azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a bittern or, standing among bul-
rushes proper. Married, Feb. 11, 1858, Lady Florence
Lcgge, fifth dau. of William, 4th Earl of Dartmouth;
and has /«««— Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston, Esq. [to
whom refer]; (2) Thomas Legge Barnardiston, Esq., Com-
mander R.N., b. Sept 4, 1866; (3) Geoffry Barnardiston,
Gentleman, *. May 30, 1868; {4) Roger Arthur Barnardiston,
Gentleman, *. Aug. i, 1870, d. 1870; (5) Ernald Barnardis-
ton. Esq., Capt R.E.. b. Sept. 4, 1871; (6) Samuel
John Barnngton Barnardiston, Capt. D.S.O. and Ad-
jutant ist Suffolk Regt.. b, Aug. 1875; Florence Maria;
Maud Augusta; Gertrude Elizabeth Frances ; Cecil Laura ;
Mary ; Bertha Sophia ; and Emma. d. 1873. Seat—T^e.
Ryes. nr. Sudbury. Suffolk. C/m*— Junior United Service.



H NATHANIEL WALTER BARNARDISTON. Es,;

O J.P. for Suffolk. Major Middlesex Regt, Miliial
Attach^ (Brux.) with rank of Lt-Col.. Commander of t!
Order of the Osmanieh, Knight of the Order of the Daiin
brog. Bom Nov. a8, 1858. being the eldest son of Nathan
Barnardiston. Esq. , of The Ryes, Suffolk, and his wife Li.
Florence Legge. diau. of Rt Hon. William, 4ih l''.arl
Dartmouth. Armorial bearings — Azure, a fesse d.-ino'tt
ermine, between six crosses crosslet argent. MantUii:
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, ,.
bittern or, standing among bulrushes proper. Marritd,
189a, Sarah Hall, third dau. of D. R. Floyd-Jones of Fort
Neck House, Long Island, formerly Lieut. -Gov. of New
York ; and has Issue — Joan. Residence— The Ryes, Sud-
bury, Suffolk. Club — Naval and Military.

BARNATO, Gentleman. Bom , being the

only son of the late Barnett Isaacs Barnato, Esq., of Park
Lane, W. , a Member of the Commission of Lieutenancy

for London, by his wife , dau. of Joel. Armoriiu

bearings— Azure, on a pile inverted argent, between two
roses in base of the second, barl:)e(l and seeded proper, a
lion passant of the first. Mantling azure and argent
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper,
two roses saltireways argent, stalked, leaved, and slipped
vert, interlaced by a mascle or. Motto — " Industria atqiic
fortuna." Residence - 23 Upper Hamilton Place.

GEORGE BARNE, Gentleman. Armorial bearlngg—
Per pale azure and gules, three leopards' faces in pale or, be-
tween six bezants paleways. Mantling azure and or. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, in front of an oak-iree proper,
growing out of a mount vert, an eagle with wings displayed
sable, charged on the body and on each wing with a l)ezant,
and resting the dexter claw on a leopard's face or. Motto—
" Avorum honori."

©MICHAEL BARNE. Gentleman, Sub-Lieutenant
Royal Navy. Born Oct. 15, 1877, being the second
son of the late Lt.-Col. Frederick St. John Newdegate
Barne of Sotterley and Dunwich, co. Suffolk, by his wife
Lady Constance Adelaide Seymour, dau. of the Most Hon.
Hugh George, 5th Marquess of Hertford. Armorial bear-
ings—Quarterly I and 4, azure, three leopards' heads argent
(for Barne) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron azure, between three
Cornish choughs proper (for Asthorpe). Mantling azure and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, an eagle volant
argent, ducally gorged and niembered or, standing on a
mount vert. Motto— " Nee timide nee temere." Res. —

SMILES BARNE, Esq., Capt Imp. Yeo., late Capt
Scots Guards. Lord of the Manor of Sotterley. Bom
Marcli 14, 1874, being the eldest son of the late Lt-Col.
Frederick St John Newdegate Barne of Sotterley and Dun-
wich, CO. Suffolk, by his wife Lady Constance Adelaide
Seymour, dau. of the Most Hon. Hugh George, 5th Mar-
quess of Hertford. Armorial beari]^— Quarterly i and
4, azure, three leopards' heads argent (for Barne) ; 2 and 3,
argent, a chevron azure, between three Cornish choughs
proper (for Asthorpe). Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, an eagle volant argent, ducally
gorged and membered or, standing on a mount vert. Motto—
" Nee timide nee temere." Married, 1904, VioletP21la, elder
dau. of Sir Archibald and the Hon. Lady Orr-liwing of
Ballinkinrain, CO. Stirling, N.B. Seat — Sotterley, co. Suffolk.

SEYMOUR BARNE, Gentleman. Born Oct. 26, 1886,
being the third son of the late Lt-Col. Frederick St. John
Newdegate Barne of Sotterley and Dunwich, co. Suffolk, by
his wife Lady Constance Adelaide Seymour, dau. of the
Most Hon. Hugh George, 5th Marquess of Hertford.
Armorial bearings- Quarterly i and 4, azure, three
leopards' heads argent (for Barne) ; 2 and 3, argent, a
chevron azure, between three Cornish choughs proper (for
Asthorpe). Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, an eagle volant argent, ducally gorged
and membered or, standing on a mount vert. Motto —
"Nee timide nee temere." Res. — Sotterley, co. Suffolk.

S WILLIAM HENRY BARNEBY, Esquire, J.P. and
D.L. for CO. Hereford, and High Sheriff 1884, Lieut
late s8th Regt. Born Feb. 2, 1843, being the second and
youngest son of the late John Barneby, Esq.. M.P. for
Droitwich, and afterwards for East Worcestershire. Ar-
morial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, sable, a lion passant
guardant between three escallops argent ; 2 and 3, quarterly



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[t and azure, four lions rampant counterchanged, impaling
the arms of Hicks-Beach, namely, quarterly i and 4, vair6
, rgent and gules, on a canton azure, a pile or ; 2 and 3, gules,
fesse wavy bet\\ een three fleurs-de-lis or. Mantling sable
nd argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a lion
louchant guardant sable. MottO — " Virtute non vi.'
^'Aarried, August 8, 1865, Alice Mary, third dau. of Sir
.lichael Hicks-Beach, M.P., 8th Bart. ; and has Issue— [\)
'idmund Henry Barneby, Gentleman, b. July and d. Oct.
1 869; (2) Richard Hicks Barneby, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.
'•lereford, b. May 16, 1875; (3) Edward Arthur Barneby,
iientleman, b. Feb. 22, 1878 ; (4) Henry Meysey Barneby,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 18, 1884; Susan Alice \m., Sept. 17,
895, Rev. Herbert Chase Green-Price, Rector of Brampton
:3rian, co. Hereford, second son of Sir Richard Green-
I'rice, istBart.]; Margaret Caroline; Edith Katharine;
ijvelyn Mary, d. young, June 1876; Alice Laura; and
'ilizabeth Silver Bulkeley. 5^a/r— Longworth, co. Here-
;ord; and Brockington Grange, Bromyard, co. Hereford.
'7/tt^.f— Carlton, Junior Carlton, Naval and Military.

JOHN HABINGTON (BARNEBY) LUTLEY, Esquire,
VI.A. Ch. Ch., Oxford, J. P. co. Worcester, J. P. and D.L.
!;o. Hereford, and High Sheriff for same co. in 1872. Born
iWlay 2, 1840, being the eldest son of the late John Barneby
'•){ Brockhampton, M. P. for Droitwich, and afterwards for
ho. Worcester, by his wife Susan, eldest dau. of John
jHenry Elwes of Colesbourne, co. Gloucester. Clubs —
'Carlton and Hurlingham. Armorial bearings — Quar-
terly I and 4, sable, a lion passant guardant between three
escallops argent (for Barneby) ; 2 and 3 quarterly or and
izure, four lions rampant counterchanged (for Lutley).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a lion couchant guardant sable. Motto — " Virtute
lion vi." Married, and has Issue — ^John Talbot Lutley,
Esq., B.A. Oxon., Capt. sth Worcester Regt., and Capt.
Imp. Yeo. Worcester Batt. S. Africa 1900, A.D.C. to
,'Gov. Cape Colony 1903, b. Aug. 5, 1873 ; and three daus.
■Seat — Brockhampton, co. Hereford.

I EARNED, see LEWIS-BARNED.

i BARNES, quartered by BUXTON.

§ ALFRED BARNES, Esquire, J. P. and D.L. for the
county of Derby, M.P. for E. Derbyshire, 1880 85,
for Chesterfield Division, 1885-92. Born 1823, being the
."youngest son of the late John Gorell Barnes of Ashgate,
; Derbyshire. Armorial bearings^ Azure, two lions passant
guardant ermine, each holding in the dexter paw a sprig of
oak slipped or, between three annulets in pale argent.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
■ colours, in front of a cubit arm in armour, the hand grasp-
' ing a broken sword all proper, the wrist encircled by a
wreath of oak or, five annulets interlaced and fesseways
argent. Motto — " Fran gas non flectes." Married, 1854,
Charlotte, youngest dau. of the late Thomas Wilson of
I Liverpool ; and has, with other Issue— hxxhwx Gorell Barnes,
Esq. [to whom refer]. Seat — Ashgate Lodge, Chesterfield.
; Town residence — 105 Pall Mall, S.W.

ARTHUR GORELL BARNES, Esquire, M. A. (Cantab).
J. P. for Derbyshire, late Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt.
(Mil.) Derbyshire Regt. Born 1855, being the eldest son of
Alfred Barnes, Esq., J. P., D.L., M.P., of Ashgate Lodge,
Chesterfield, by his wife Charlotte, youngest dau. of Thomas
Wilson of Liverpool. Club — Reform. Armorial bear-
ings — Azure, two lions passant guardant ermine, each
holding in the dexter paw a sprig of oak slipped or, between
three annulets in pale argent ; impaling the arms of Beau-
mont, namely gules, a lion rampant or, armed and langued
azure, within eight crescents in orle of the second. Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a cubit arm in armour, the hand grasping a broken
sword all proper, the wrist encircled by a wreath of oak
or, five annulets interlaced and fesseways argent. Motto —
" Frangas non flectes. " Married, 1891, Everilda Maria, fifth
dau. of Henry Frederick Beaumont of Whitley Beaumont,
J. P., D.L. formerly M.P. 5^a/— Tupton Hall, Chesterfield.

§ FREDERIC GORELL BARNES, Esquire, J. P. and
D.L. for Kent, Barrister-at-Law, M.P. for N.E. Div.
of Kent 1895-1900, M.A. (Cantab.), F.R.G.S. Born 1856,
being the second but now only surviving son of the late
Charles Barnes, Esq., J. P., of Mossley Hill, Wavertree,



Lanes., by his wife Marian, elder dau. of the late Rev.
William Peach, Vicar of Old Brampton, Derbyshire. Clubs
— Carlton, Garrick. Armorial bearings — Azure, two lions
passant guardant ermine, each holding in the dexter paw a
sprig of oak slipped or, between three annulets in pale
argent ; impaling the arms of Lethbridge, namely azure,
over water a bridge of three arches embattled proper, on a
chief argent an eagle displayed sable between two roses gules,
barbed and seeded prof)er. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a cubit arm
in armour, the hand grasping a broken sword all proper, the
wrist encircled by a wreath of oak or, five annulets inter-
laced and fesseways argent. Motto — ' ' Frangas non flectes. ' '
Married, 1894, Caroline Anne Roper, only dau. of Sir Roper
Lethbridge, K.C.I.E. ; and has Issue — (i) Charles Roper
Gorell Barnes, Gentleman, born July i, 1896; (2) Frederic
Finlay Gorell Barnes, Gentleman, b. Nov. 16, 1901 ; and
Catherine Elsie Marian. Estate — Barnes, Dronfield, Derby-
shire. Residence — Springfield, Hawkhurst, Kent.

Hon. Sir JOHN GORELL BARNES, Knight Bachelor
(1892), Q.C., a Judge of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty
Division of the High Court of Justice, M.A. (Cantab.).
Born 1848, being the eldest son of the late Henry Barnes of
Liverpool, by his wife Georgiana, dau. of the Rev. Richard
Smith. Armorial bearings — Azure, two lions passant
guardant ermine, each holding in the dexter paw a sprig of
oak slipped or, between three annulets in pale argent.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a cubit arm in armour, the hand grasp-



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