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Sussex.

Basil St. John Mundy, Esq., Major late 15th Hussars,
b. 1862 ; m. 1894, his cousin Violet, d. of Hon. Fred
Morgan, M.P. ; and has issue — Frederick Charles Mundy,
Gentleman, b. 1895. Res.— The Farm, Thornbury, Glos.

Sir CAMPBELL MUNRO, 3rd Baronet (1825), late
Capt. in the Grenadier Guards. Born Sept. 7, 1823, being
the second but only surviving son of Maj.-Gen. Sir Thomas
Munro, ist Bart., Knight Commander of the Most Honour-
able Order of the Bath, sometime Governor of Madras, by
his wife Jane, dau. of Richard Campbell of Craigie, m the
county of Ayr. C/?<3— Travellers'. Armorial bearings —
Or, an eagle's head erased gules, encircled by a branch of
laurel on the dexter and of oak on the sinister side, on a
chief argent, the representation of an Indian hill-fort, and
beneath, in letters of gold, the word " Badamy," on a
canton gules, a representation of a silver medal presented
by the East India Company to the first Baronet for his
services in Seringapatam in 1799 ; the escutcheon charged
with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle
close proper, having a representation of the medal above
mentioned pendent from its neck by a ribbon, the dexter
claw resting on an escutcheon gules, charged with a re-



presentation of the first, of Badamy, as in the arms, and
in the beak a sprig of laurel; with the Motto, "Dread
God." Married, April 4, 1853, Henrietta Maria, daughter
of John Drummond ; and has had Issue — (i) Hugh Thomas
Munro, Esq., b. 1856 \m., 1892, Selina, (d. 1902), dau. of
Maj.-Gen. Byrne, R.A.J; (2) Edward Lionel Munro, Esq.,
Lieutenant Royal Navy (retired), b. 1862 [tn., 1887, Mabel
Zoe Walker]; (3) Philip Harvey Munro, Gentleman,
Lieutenant Royal Navy, b. 1866 (drowned in H.M.S.
"Victoria," June 1893); Annie Katherine ; Ethel Dora
[m., 1886, C. H. Labouchere of Amsterdam]; Georgiana
Evelyn; Mabel Ida [m., 1891, Hugh Clement Sutton,
Gentleman, Lieutenant ist Battalion Coldstream Guards,
and died March 1896] ; Blanche Marguerite, d. 1883 ;
and Louisa Olive. Postal address — 27 Eaton Place, S. W.

EUGENE GUSTAVUS MUN TZ, Gentleman. Born

, being the sixth son of the late George Frederick Muntz,

Member of Parliament, of Umberslade, in the co. of War-
wick, by his wife Eliza, dau. of the late Rev. John Pryce of
Dolforwyn Hall, in the co. of Montgomery. Armorial
bearings — Pean, on a mount in base proper, a swan rising
argent, charged on each wing with a trefoil slipped vert, in
chief a staff raguly erect between two estoiles or. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a demi-swan wings expanded argent, sem6e of




trefoils slipped vert, a staff raguly fesseways or. Motto—
" Fortiter sed suaviter." Married his cousin, Emma
Louisa, dau. of Philip Henry Muntz, Esq. ; and has Issue
— (i) Herbert Adolph Muntz, Gentleman, b. April 26, 1859
(deceased) [m. , Helen Mary Foot, and has had issue, Guy
(deceased) ; and Herbert Gerard, b. Oct. 4, 1884] ; (2)
Rupert Gustave Muntz, Gentleman, b. March 28, 1863
\m., 1890, Mary Charlotte Lightbourne, and has issue];
(3) George Harold Muntz, Gentleman, b. Sept. 24, 1866 ;
Mina Ida \m. Charles Bailie Lyell, Esq.]; Eugenie; and
Laura Adelisa.

S FREDERICK ERNEST MUNTZ, Esq., D.L., J.P.,
late Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Devon Regt.,
Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn), B.A. (Cambridge). Born
June 14, 184:;, being the eldest son of the late George
Frederick Muntz, Esq., D.L. and J. P., of Umberslade, co.
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Richardson of Calcutta. C/«Aj— Carlton . Oxford and Cam-
bridge, junior Constitutional, Hurlingham. /.»t*»> - Drab
with Kr<-«n fncinRS. ArmorUl bearings— I'ean, on a mount
in t»aM* jiroper, a swan rising argent, charged on each wing
with a trefoil blip(wd vert, in chief a start raguly erect be-
tween two estoiles or. Mantling sable and ardent. OrMt
—On a wreath of the colours, in front of a denn-swan wings
expandeil argont. sem^ of trefoils slipped vert, a staff raguly
fesaeways i»r. MottO— " liasis virtutum consiantia." Afar-
HhI, Sept. a, 1869, Gcorgiana Jane, eldest ilau. of the late
Alexancler Farley Brunlon Borrowtnan of Kdinburgh ; and
has A/w- (1) Ernest Lionel Caldwtll Munu, Uoiuleman,
Comr. R.N., *. Aug. 35, 1870; (a) Algernon l-ldward Ernest
Muntz, Gentleman, b. Ihx. 7, 1871, deceased, late attached
K.O.Y.L.I., a Probationer Indian Stafl' Corps; (3) Gordon
Henry Ernest Muntz, Gentkin.in, b. Oct. 19, 1874; (4)
Gerald Douglas Ernest Muntz, Gentleman, b. Nov. 15,
1876. /•w/a/ «</<//*«— Umberslade, Hockley Heath, War-
wickshire.

Sir PHILIP ALBERT MUNTZ, Bart. (1902), J.P. for
the CO. of Warwick, and Member of Parliament for North
W.-irwickshire 1884, and for the Tarn worth Division since
1885. Bom Jan. 5, 1839, being the son of the late
George Frederick Muntz, Member of Parliament, of Um-
berslade, in the co. of Warwick, by his wife Eliza, dau.
of the late Rev. John Pryce of Dolforwyn Hall, in the co. of
Montgomery. C/«*— Carlton. Armorial bearings— Pean,
on a mount in base prof)er, a swan rising argent, charged
on each wing with a trefoil slipf>ed vert, in chief a staff
raguly erect Ijetween two estoiles or. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
demi-swan wings expanded argent, semde of trefoils slipped
vert, a staff raguly fesseways or. Motto — " Fortiter sed
suaviter." Married, 1859, Rosalie, dau. of Philip Henry
Muntz, M.P., of Edstone Hall, Henley-in-Arden ; and has
bad Issue — (i) Gerard Albert Muntz, Gentleman, b. Nov. 27,
1864 \m., June 38, 1893, Katie, eldest dau. of James Prinsep,
late Bengal Civil Service] ; (a) Duncan Albert Muntz,
Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, M.A. Oxen., b. Aug. 26,
1867 ; (3) Cecil Albert Muntz, Gentleman, b. March 2, 1870;
(4) Norman Albert Muntz, Gentleman, b. 1876, d. 1895 ;
Ethel Frances, d. April 21, 1872 ; Vera Gertrude, d. Jan. 10,
1890; Nora Violet, d. July 1865; and Mildred Rosalie.
Residtnce — Dunsmore, near Rugby.

MURDOCH, see BURN-MURDOCH.

MURDOCH (173a). Argent, a fesse chequy azure and
of the first, surmounted of two ravens hanging paleways
sable, with an arrow through both their heads fessways
proper. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a
wreath of his liveries, a lion's head erased gules. Motto —
" Omine secundo."
Son of ; —

James Barclay Murdoch, Gentleman, ^«.— Capelrig,
Meams, Renfrewshire.

WILLIAM MURE, Gentleman. Bom January 17,
1870, being the only son of the late William Mure, Esquire,
of Caldwell, by his wife Constance Elizabeth, commonly
known as the Honourable Constance Elizabeth, youngest
daughter of the Right Honourable George Wyndham, first
Lord Leconfield; succeeded his father 1880. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms : Argent, on a fesse azure,
three mullets of the field, within a bordure engrailed gules.
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 Saracen's head proper.
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MURPHY, see MACMURROGH-MURPHY.

WILLIAM BRUDENELL MURPHY, Esq., J.P.
Bom 1857, being the only son of the late William Murphv,
Esq., of Kilhrew, co, Meath, by his wife Anna Helen, dau.
of Maurice Blake of Ballinafad, co. Mayo. Armorial
bearings— Per pale argent and gules, on a fesse engrailed,
between four lions rampant, two garbs, all countercharged.
Mantlin g gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, on a mount vert, a lion rampant gules, bezant^e,
holding in the fore-paws a garb or. Motto — " Fortis et
bospitalis." Married, 1878, his cousin, Mary Antoinette,



dau. of Captain Maurice Lynch Blake, of Ballinafad, co.
Ma)o; and has Issue — (1) Ri-ginald Francis Hruiknell
Murphy, Gentleman ; (2) Vere Anthony l-'velyn Hrudencll
Murphy, Gentleman ; and Fenclla Mary Hiiidcnell. .SV,j/
— Mount Merrioii, Stillorgan, co. Dublin.

MURRAY, quartered by ELLIOT.

ALEXANDER BORTHWICK MURRAY.Genticnian.
Armorial bearings - Parted per cht*vron argent and azure,
three nuillets in chief and a crescent in base counterchutiKed.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest On a wreath of tlic
colours, a galley sable, the flags gules. MottO "Nodes
diesque pra;sto." A'««rf««« —Adelaide, South Australia.

CHARLES EDWARD ROBERTSON MURRAY,
Esquire, of Sydney, N.S.W. , M.A., fiarrister-at-Lawl
a District Court Judge of the Metropolitan District of
N.S.W. Born Aug. i, 1842, being the only son of
Charles Knight Murray of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at-
I^w (rf. 1865), by his wife Maria, dau. of William
Haslewood, Barrister-at-Law. Armorial bearings He
bears for Arms: Ermine, a hunting-horn sable, stringed




and garnished gules, on a chief azure, three mullets argent.
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a mantling sable doubled argent ; and upon a wreatli
of his liveries is set for Crest, a demi-man wreathed atx)ut
the middle with oak leaves proper, winding a horn or ;
and in an escroll over the same this Motto, " Superna
venabor." Married, Nov. 29, 1877, Arabella Marcella,
dau. of Nicholas O'Connor, M.D. , of Mallow, co Cork;
and has Issue — (i) Harry Haslewood Murray, Gentleman,
born Feb. 3, 1880 ; (2) Charles O'Connor Murray, Gentle-
man, born Feb. 27, 1882; Eileen Marcella; and Mary
Dorothea L^onie. Postal address— \i\%\.r\c\. Court, Sydney,
New South Wales.

WILLIAM MURRAY, Esquire, Advocate, J.P., B.A.
(Oxford), Capt. 3rd Vol. Batt. K.O.S. B. Born Oct. 31, 1865,
being the eldest son of the late John Murray, Esq., of Mur-
raythwaite. Commander R. N., by his wife Grace Harriett,
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ill the CO. of Dumfries. Livery — Dark blue, silver facings.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, azure, a crescent
between three stars, surrounded with the royal tressure
argent, all within a bordure or ; 2 and 3 or, on a saltire
azure, nine lozenges of the field within a bordure engrailed
gules. 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 cherub
proper winged or. Motto — " Noctesque diesque priesto."
Married, April 12, 1892, Evelyn, daughter of John Bruce;
and has Issue — Margaret Elizabeth ; Vivian ; and Eleanor
Justitia. Seat — Murraythwaite, Ecclefechan, co. Dumfries.
Clubs— ]\x\\\ox Carlton, New (Edinburgh).

MURRAY (23 June 1902). Or, a three-masted ship in
full sail proper, flagged gules, in a sea undy argent and
azure, a deep-sea fish [Macrurus Murrayi) naiant of the




field, on a chief of the fifth, three mullets of the fourth.
Mantling azure, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, an anchor azure, entwined by a dolphin or.
Motto—" Deep, high, far afield."

Son of Robert Murray, Accountant, of Cobourg,

Ontario, by Eliza, d. of John Macfarlane of Coney Hill,

Stirlingshire : —

Sir John Murray K.C.B. (1898), Kt. of the Prussian

Order of " Pour le Merits," sometime Naturalist on

board H.M.S. " Challenger " during her circumnavigating

Scientific Cruise 1872-6, b. 3 March 1841 ; m. 24 Jan. 1889,

Isabel, d. of Thomas Henderson, Glasgow ; and has issue

— (i) John Challenger Murray, Esq., b. 12 June 1894;

(2) Thomas Henderson Murray, Esq., b. 7 Sept. 1898;

Margaret Pitcairn ; Rhoda Isabel ; and Winifred Alice.

Res. — Challenger Lodge, Wardie, Edinburgh. Clubs —

Athenajum, Royal Societies', Automobile, United Service

(Edinburgh), Royal and Ancient (St. Andrews) New (North

Berwick).

MURRAY of Philiphaugh (L.O., matric. c. 1672-7).
Argent, a hunting-horn sable, garnished gules, on a chief
azure, three mullets of the field. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a demi naked
man winding his horn proper. Motto — " Hinc usque
~ aperna venabor."



Son of John Forbes Pringle Nesbitt Murray, Esq., J. P.,

of Philiphaugh, b. 1842; d. 1897; m. 1883, Mary

Elizabeth Frances, only child of C. Roberton :—

Archibald Charles Philip Murray, Gentleman, b. 1875 ;

m. 1898, Beatrice, d. of 'Phomas Holmes, and widow of

Walter Rankin Shute. A'«.— 69 Harcourt Terrace, S.W.



MURRAY-AYNSLEY (R.L., 1904). Quarterly, i and
4, gules, on a bend ermine, between two quatrefoils or,
three mullets of six points azure (for Aynsley) ; 2 and 3,
azure, three mullets argent, within a double tressure flory
and counter-fiory or (for Murray), an annulet for difference.
Crest— A man in armour holding in the dexter hand a
sword erect proper, hilted and pommelled or, and in the
sinister a shield gules charged with a bend argent, thereon
three mullets of six points azure.

Son of John Alfred Vinter, b. 1821 ; in. 1853, Harriet
Sowley, d. of Edward Evans : —

Rev. Alfred Evans Murray-Aynsley (R.L. , 1904, formerly
Vinter), M.A., Principal of Hockerill Training College,
b. 1854; m. 1891, Alicia Harriet, only d. of late Vice-Adm.
Murray-Aynsley, C.B. ; and has issue — Charles Murray
Murray-Aynsley, Gentleman, b. 1903; and Alicia Augusta.
S&at — Hall Court, Botley. Res. — Hockerill Training
College, Bishop's Stortford.

CHARLES EDWARD MURRAY MURRAY-AYNS-
LEY, Gentleman. Born Jan. 31, 1850, being the elder son of
the late Major-Gen. George Herbert Murray Murray-Aynsley
of East Court, Cosham, co. Hants, by his wife Emily Eliza-
beth, youngest dau. of Robert Hand of Great Cumberland
Place, London. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4,




gules, on a bend ermine, between two quatrefoils or, three
mullets of six points azure (for Aynsley) ; 2 and 3, azure,
three mullets, and in chief an annulet argent within a double
tressure flory counter-flory or (for Murray). Mantling gules
and argent. Crest - On a wreath of the colours, a man in
armour, holding in the dexter hand a sword erect proper,
pommel and hilt or, and in the sinister in front of his breast
a shield gules, charged with a bend argent, thereon three
mullets of six points or. Motto — "Furth fortune and fill
the fetters." Married, Oct. 20, 1880, Fanny, dau. of Rev.



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^toiM-iWuiU Coupttt Mercara. Coorg, India.

HUGH PERCY MURRAY-AYNSLEY, Gentleman.
Btrm i8a8. l«inR the third son of John Murray-Aynsley,
E*q., by his wife I'.mma .Sara, dau. of Samuel Peach
Peach. ArmorlAl bearings— Quarterly i and 4, gules,
on a Ix-nd ermine, between two quatrefoils or, three mullets
of six points axure (for Aynsley) ; a and 3 azure, three
mullets argent within a double tressure flory and counter-
flory or, an annulet for difference (for Murray). Crest—
A man in armour, holding in the dexter hand a sword
erect proper, hilicd and {x)mmclled or, and in the sinister
a shield gules, charged with a bend argent, thereon three
mulleu of six points azure. Married, 1850, Elizabeth
(who died 1893). dau. of Thomas Campbell; and has
lsstte — (\) John Henry Murray-Aynsley, Gentleman,
M.R.C.S., b. i860 [iw. Elizabeth Anderson, dau. of
Andrew Key, M.U.. of Montrose]; (2) Charles Percy
Murray-Aynsley, Gentleman, b. i86a ; (3) Archibald Cruger
Murray-Aynsley, Gentleman, b. 1864; (4) George Murray-
Avnsley, Gentleman, b. 1865; Agnes Athole; Emma
Mary ; and Helen Elizabeth. Residence— Ri\Gr\x<fi, Christ-
church, New Zealand.

The Rev. JOHN CRUGER MURRAY-AYNSLEY,
J. P. CO. Hereford. Bom 1825, being the third son of the late
John Murray-.^ynsley, Esq., by his wife Emma Sara, dau.
of Samuel Teach IVach [gt. -grandson of the 3rd Duke of
Athole]. Annorial bearings— Quarterly 1 and 4, gules, on a
bend ermine, between two quatrefoils or, three mullets of
six points azure (for Aynsley) ; 2 and 3 azure, three mullets
argent within a double tressure flory and counterflory or (for
Murray), an annulet for difference ; impaling the arms of
Manncrs-Sutton, namely, i and 4 argent, a canton sable
(for Sutton) ; 2 and 3 or, two bars azure, a chief quarterly
azure and gules, the former each charged with two fleurs-de-
lis, and the latter with a lion passant guardant or. Crest —
A man in armour holding in the dexter hand a sword erect
proper, hiked and pommelled or, and in the sinister a shield
gules charged with a bend argent, thereon three mullets of
six points azure. Married, 1852, Harriet Georgiana Maria,
dau. of the late Rev. Frederick Manners-Sutton. Postal
address — Great Brampton, Madley, R.S.O., Hereford-
shire.

©JOHN FRANCIS MURRAY-AYNSLEY, Esquire,
Capt. R.N. Born Oct. 27, 1866, being the only
son of the late Vice -Admiral Charles Murray-Aynsley,
C.B., J. P. CO. Hants, Knight of Legion of Honour, and of
the Order of the Medjidie, by his wife Augusta Judith, dau.
of Gilbert Campion of Calcutta. Liveiy — Blue, with silver
buttons. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4, gules,
on a bend ermine, between two quatrefoils or, three mullets
of six points azure (for Aynsley) ; 2 and 3, azure, three
mullets argent within a double tressure flory and counter-
flory or (for Murray), an annulet for difference. Crest — A
man in armour holding in the dexter hand a sword erect
proper, hilted and pommelled or, and in the sinister a shield
gules charged charged with a bend argent, thereon three
mullets of six points azure. Estate and postal address —
Hall Court, Botley, Hants. Clubs — United Service, Junior
United Service.

JOHN PERCY MURRAY MURRAY-AYNSLEY,
Gentleman. Bom June 6, 1853, being the younger son
of the late Major-Gen. George Herbert Murray Murray-
Aynsley of Elast Court, Cosham, co. Hants, by his wife
Emily Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Robert Hand of Great
Cumberland Place, London. Armorial bearings —Quar-
terly I and 4, gules, on a bend ermine, between two quatre-
foils or, three mullets of six points azure (for Aynsley) ; 2
and 3, azure, three mullets, and in chief an annulet argent
within a double tressure flory counter-flory or (for Murray).
Mantling gules and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the
colours, a man in armour, holding in the dexter hand a
sword erect proper, pommel and hilt or, and in the sinister
in front of his breast a shield gules, charged with a bend
argent, thereon three mullets of six points or. Motto —
" Furth fortune and fill the fetters." Postal address —

HENRY STEWART MURRAY-GRAHAM, Esquire,
Lieut. -CoL Royal Artillery (retired), J. P. for co. of Perth.



BomNov. ai, 1848, being the only son of the late .\n(lrcw
Murray. Esq., C.B. , by his wife Marianne Palmer, dau. ol
late H. Francis of Maize Hill, Kent (succeeded his uncle the
late John Murray-Graham, Esq. ; and assumed the name of
Graham as heir of entail of the late Lord Lynedoch. ). C/nf'
— Junior United Service. Livery — Dark green, and hUuk
facings. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4. or. thrcr
piles sable within the royal tressure gules, on a chief of the
second, a crescent between two escallops of the first ; 2 and
3 azure, a cross pat<?e lietween three stars argent within the
royal tressure or. Mantling gules doubled argent. Crests
— I. on a wreath of the liveries, a dove proper. Motto
"Candide et secure" (foi Graham); 2. on a wreath of his
liveries, a buck's head couped proper. Motto—" Mactc
virtute" (for Murray). Married, March 4, 1875, Annie
Elizabeth, dau. of the late John Sowerby of Benwell Tower,
Northuml)erland ; and has Issue — Andrew John Graham
Murray-Graham, Gentleman, b. Jan. 28, 1878. Seats—
Murrayshall, Scone, Perthshire ; Bertha Park, Rcdgorton.

Hon. THOMAS HODGE MURRAY-PRIOR, Memlw
of the Legislative Council, and formerly Postmaster-General
for the Colony of Queensland. Bom Nov. 13, 1819, l)eing
the only surviving son of Colonel Thomas Murray- Prior.
formerly M.P. , served in the nth and i8th Hussars in the
Peninsula and at Waterloo, by his second wife Eliza, dau.
of William Augustus Skynner of Moor Hall, Cookham.
Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4, vert, on a bend




ermine, three chevronels gules (for Prior) ; 2 and 3, per
fesse gules and or, four mullets counterchanged (for Murray).
Mantling vert and argent. Crests- 1. on a wreath of the
colours, an estoile vert (for Prior) ; 2. on a wreath of the
colours, a mullet per pale or and gules (for Murray). MottO
— " Malo mori quam faedari." Married, firstly, Sept. 3,
1846. Matilda, dau. of Thomas Harpur of Cecil Hills, near
Liverpool, New South Wales ; and by her, who died Nov.
25, 1868, has had Issue~(i) Thomas de Montmorenci
Murray-Prior, Esq., J. P., b. Jan. 27, 1848 [m., March 18,
1878. Florence Claudia, dau. of Henry Moor, and has issue,
Thomas Bertram Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. Feb. 4, 1883;
Florence Elizabeth; Mabel; Ethel Nora; and Phyllis
Claudia]; (2) William Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. Aug.
18, 1849, d. Jan. 17, 1850 ; (3) Morres Murray-Prior, Gen-
tleman, b. May 15. 1853 ; (4) Hervey Morres Murray-Prior,
Gentleman, B.A. Sydney University, Barrister-at-Law, i>.
Sept. 9, 1856 [m., August 17, 1881, Margaret Murray, dau.
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issue, Hervey M'Donald Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b; April
25, 1883] ; (s) Redmond Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. Oct.
25, 1858 ; (6) Hugh Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. July 5,
i860; {7) Lodge Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. August, d.
Sept. 1863 ; (8) Egerton Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. Oct.
5, 1866; Rosa Caroline \m., Aug. 29, 1872, Arthur Camp-
bell Bulkley Mackworth Praed, and has issue] ; Elizabeth
Catherine [m., June 15, 1883, John Robert Jardine, and has
issue] ; Weeta, d. July 27, 1861 ; Matilda, d. May 1865.
The Hon. Thomas Lodge Murray-Prior married secondly,
Dec. 18, 1872, Nora Clarina, dau. of Robert Johnstone
Barton of Boree, Nevang ; and has further Issue — (9)
Frederick Maurice Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b. March 9,
1880; (lo) Robert Sterling Murray-Prior, Gentleman, b.
August 29, 1881 ; (11) Julius Orlebar Murray-Prior, Gentle-
man, b. March 25, 1884; Matilda Aimee ; Emiline, d. Feb.
5, 1876 ; Alienora May ; and Ruth Angela.

S HORATIO GRANVILLE MURRAY-STEWART,
Esquire, J. P. and D.L. for the cos. of Wigtown and
Donegal, and the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. Born Sept.
25, 1834, being the only son of the late Horatio Stewart,
Esq., Capt. Rifle Brigade, by his wife Sophia, dau. of Hon.
Montgomery Granville John Stewart (son of Hon. Sir
William Stewart, K.C.B.) ; assumed by Royal Licence
in 1846 the additional surname and arms of Murray.
Clubs — Junior Carlton, Constitutional. Livery — Dark blue,
with dark yellow stripes in waistcoat. Armorial bearings
— Quarterly i and 4, or, a fesse chequy azure and argent,
surmounted of a bend engrailed gules (for Stewart) ; 2 and 3
azure, three mullets argent, and for distinction a canton of
the last (for Murray). Crests — i. on a wreath of the



MURTON. Sable, on a chevron nebuly or, between five
bomb-shells four in chief fessewise and one in base of the
last, fired proper, two torteaux. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a denii-Moor affront^e
proper, holding in the dexter hand a bomb-shell as in the
amis, and in the sinister a scroll argent. Motto — ' ' Altiora
spero. " -,

Son of Walter Murton, Gentleman, of East Stour,
Ashford, Kent, by his wife Elizabeth, d. of Richard
Coleman of the Court Lodge, Godmersham, Kent: —

Sir Walter Murton, Knt. Bachelor, C.B. (Civ.), b.
6 April 1836; m. 23 Aug. i860, Mary [d. 21 Feb. 1895),
d. of John Callaway of Canterbury ; and has surv. issue —
(i) Walter Herbert Murton, Esq., b. 5 Aug. 1861 ; (2)
Charles Duncan Murton, Esq., b. 20 Nov. 1865 \_m. 29 June
1901, Alice Hope, d. of William Hardwicke Bradbury];
(3) Ernest Murton, Esq., b. 21 Aug. 1867, ; Edith Mary ;
and Margaret Eleanor. Post. add. — Westfield, Cranbrook,
Kent. Club — Devonshire.



MUSGRAVE, see SAGAR-MUSGRAVE and WYKE-
HAM-MUSGRAVE.



MUSTERS, see CHAWORTH-MUSTERS.

S JAMES MITCHELL MUTTER, Esquire, J.P. for
the CO. of Argyll, Major Argyll and Bute Artillery,
Southern Division Royal Artillery (retired with rank and




colours, a pelican in her piety (for Stewart) ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a griffin salient proper, charged
on the shoulder with a cross crosslet azure for difference
(for Murray). Mottoes — " Virescit vulnere virtus," " Im-
pero." Married, Sept. 9, 1858, Ann Eliza, dau. of Rev.
John Digby Wingfield Digby, late Vicar of Coleshill,



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