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erased argent (for Phillipps). Upon the escutcheon is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling sable and
argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath of the colours,
a demi-lion argent, gorged with a collar as in the arms (for
Treby) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a lion passant,
tail extended sable, resting the dexter fore-paw upon an
escutcheon argent, charged with a chevron also sable (for
Phillipps): with the Mottoes, " Renovato nomine," " Ce
m'est egal." Married, January 27, 1848, Helen (who died
1889), second daughter of George Shore, Esquire, of Frede-
ricton. New Brunswick, Colonel and Adjutant-General of
Colonial Militia, and formerly Captain in 104th Regiment of
Foot; and has /w«e living — (i) Thomas John Phillipps-Treby,
Gentleman, born April 27, 1849 ; (2) Edward Moubray
Phillipps-Treby, Gentleman ; (3) Paul GeorgeShore Phillipps-
Treby, Gentleman ; Laura Pomery ; Sara Caroline Marion
Treby ; Helen ; and Mary. Estate and postal address —
Goodamoor, Plympton, Devon.

PHILLIPPS-WOLLEY(R.L.,22 Aug. 1876). Quarterly,
I and 4, argent, on a cross sable, five lions rampant
erminois, and for distinction a canton of the second
(WoUey, orig. grant 1772) ; 2 and 3, erminois, a lion




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rampant sable, gorged with a ducal coronet, and therefrom
a chain reflexed over the back or, in chief three crosses
crosslet, and in base as many escallops gules (Phillipps).
Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant erminois, charged on the shoulder
for distinction with a cress pat^e fitch^e erminois ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, between two oak-branches proper,
upon a garb fessewise vert, a lion rampant sable, gorged



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with a ducal coronet, and therefrom a chain reflexed over
the back or, holdinf; heiween the pnws an escallop gules.
Motto — " Durit nmor patrin?."

Son of Richard Augustus Ix>n(; Phillipps, M.A.,
F.R.O.S.. m. Mary. d. of W. Redfern:—
Edward Clive Oldnall Ix>ng Phillipps- Wolley, Esq.,
J.P.. F.R.G.S., formerly Capt. 4th Batt. S. Wales lk>rderers
and Vice-Consul at Kertch. S. 3 Apl. 1853; m. 1879, Janie,
second d. of Renr-Adm. William Ht>nry Fcnwick ; and has
isnie — Clive Phillipps- Wolley, Midshipman R.N.,^. 1884;
Maude; Madge; and Judith. Estatt — Woodhall, Hanwood,
Shropshire. Hts. — Pier Island, N. Saanich, British
Columbia. Clubs — Shropshire County (Shrewsbury), Union
(RC.)., Badminton, (B.C.)

PHILLIPS, see FAUDEL-PHILLIPS and LLOYD-
PHILLIPS.

LIONEL PHILLIPS, Esquire, J.P., D.L. Armorial
bearing — Or, on a pile azure, between two greyhounds
current in Ix-ise s.ibl(", a lion rampant of the first, gutt<k:-de-
poix. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
coloiU3, a (lemi-lion azure, charged on the shoulder with
two annulets interlaced paleways or, between as many
nuggets of gold. Motto — " Veritas vincet. " 5m/— Tylney
Hall, Rotherwick, Winchfield, Hants. Residence — 33
Grosvenor Square, London, W.

PHILLIPS (H. Coll.). Sable, on a pile argent, a lion
rampant of the field gorged with a collar vair, with chain
reflexed over the back or, in base two anchors erect of the
second. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, upon a mount vert, in front of a rose branch
erect slipped and leaved proper with four roses gules, a stag
sejant argent. Motto — " Fai bien crains rien."

Son of Capt. John Phillips of Rochester, Kent, by
Mary, d. of Capt. George Griffiths of Lawrenny,
Pembrokeshire : —
Capt. John Phillips, R.N. (ret.), b. 1836; m. 1864,
Martha, d. of Richard Hood of Lawrenny, Pembroke-
shire ; and has issue — (i) John Elphin>tone Hood Phillips,
Gentleman, Staff-Surgeon R.N.,^. 1870; (2) Richard Hood
Grant Phillips, Gentleman, Paymaster R. N., ^. 1872; (3)
Albert Markham Hood Phillips, Gentleman, Lieut. R.N.,
b. 1876 ; (4) Owen Tudor Hood Phillips, Gentleman,
Lieut. R.N., d.1883; and Eveline. Jies. — "Lawrenny,"
Southsea.

HIGHGATE HENRY PHILLIPS-CONN, Esquire,
M.D. , M.A. (Dublin), formerly Surgeon 44th East Essex
Regiment, J. P. for the county of Kilkenny; who as-
sumed the additional surname and arms of Conn by Royal
License, 1894. Bom Dec. 5, 1841, being the second
son of the late Major Michael Phillips, J. P., of Glenview,
Belturbet, co. Cavan, by his wife Mary Anne, dau. of
the late Highgate Tench, Esq., J. P., of Ballyhealy, co.
Wexford. Livery — Dark blue. Armorial hearings-
Quarterly I and 4, vert a bend engjrailed plain cotised
argent (for Conn) ; 2 and 3 azure, a chevron engrailed be-
tween three falcons argent, belled or (for Phillips). Mant-
ling vert and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of
the colours, a falcon's head erased proper, armed or, hold-
ing in its beak a lure gules. Motto — " Vincit qui patitur."
Married, May 4, 1870, Fanny, only child of the late Henry
Meredith, of Edgbaston, Birmingham ; and has Issue —
Thomas Harry Meredith Phillips -Conn, Gentleman, b.
April 28. 1881 ; Mabel Constance ; and Violet Frances.
Estates and postal addresses — Mount Ida, co. Kilkenny ;
Glenview, Belturbet, co. Cavan. Residence — Earlhani,
Kendrick Road, Reaiding. C/«d— Royal Societies',

PHI LP, borne upon an escutcheon of pretence by
CHRISTIE.

The Rev. EDWARD PICKARD- CAMBRIDGE.
Clerk in Holy Orders, late Rector of Warmwell-cum-
Poxwell. Born Nov. 23, 1821, being the the third but
eldest surviving son of the late Rev. George Pickard of
Bloxworth House, Dorset, Rector of Blox worth and
Winterboiu-ne Tomson, J. P. (assumed by Royal Licence
in 1848 the additional surname and arms of Cambridge in
compliance with the will of his relative, Charles Owen
Cambridge), by his wife Frances Amelia, second dau. of
Martin Whish, Chairman of Excise in England. Armorial



bearings— Quarterly i and 4. or. on a pile gules, between
six trefoils slipped sable, a cross crosslet of the field (for
Cambridge) ; 9 and 3, gyronn6e of eight azure and argent,
within a Dordure ermine, on a canton gules a fleur-de-lis
or (for Pickard). Mantling gules and or. Crests— i. on
a wreath of the colours, a grifnn's head erased sable. sem6e
of trefoils, in the mouth a cross botony fitchte or (for
Cambridge) ; a. on a wreath of the colours, a lion sejant
argent, charged on the shoulder with an ermine spot, and
gorged wi h a collar gemcUes sable, supporting with the
dexter forepaw an escutcheon gules, charged with a fleur-
de-lis, within a bordure or (for Pickard). Motto— " Esse
quam videri." Married, firstly. May 6, 1852, Harriet
Caroline (deceased), dau. of Capt. George Foot, R.A. ;
and has had Issue— {\) George Trenchard Pickard-Cam-
bridge. Gentleman, 2nd Queen's and 6th Bengal Cavalry
(deceased), b. Jan. 7, 1857 ; (2) Edward Duroure Pickard-
Cambridge, Esq., Major Bedfordshire Regt. , b. July 22,
1858 \m. Winifred Mary Catherine, dau. of Adair Pickard,
and has issue, I'renchard Duroure Pickard-Cambridge,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 8, 1894 ; Edward Adair Pickard-Cam-
bridge, Gentleman, b. Oct. ^o, 1897; and Dorothy Cathe-
rinej ; (3) Edmund Winn Pickard-Cambridge, Gentleman,
b. Dec. 8, 1859 \m. Pauline, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Martin
Boileau Whish, and has issue, Herbert Evelyn Winn
Pickard-Cambridge, Gentleman]; (4) Rev. Frederick Oc-
tavius Pickard-Cambridge, b. Dec. 19, i860; (5) P'rancis
Arthur Pickard-Cambridge, Gentleman, b. Oct. 10, 1868 (de-
ceased) ; (6) Herbert Cyril Pickard-Cambridge, Gentleman,
b. July 13, 1873 (deceased) ; Caroline Eliza ; Alice Mary
\m. John Becher of Southwell, Notts] ; Mary ; Ada ; and
Catherine Tyssen. The Rev. E. Pickard-Cambridge married
secondly, Dec. i, 1874, Marian Matilda, dau. of Joseph
Church (deceased). Residence — 10 Gloucester Row, Wey-
mouth.

The Rev. OCTAVIUS PICKARD-CAMBRIDGE.
M.A.. F. R.S. , &c. , Rector of Bloxworth and Winter-
bourne Tomson. Born November 3, 1828, being the
fifth son of the Reverend George Pickard - Cambridge,
of Bloxworth House, Dorset, Rector of Bloxworth and
Winterbourne Tomson, J. P., by his wife Frances Amelia,
second dau. of Martin Whish, Chairman of Excise in
England. Armorial bearingps — Quarterly i and 4, or.
on a pile gules, between six trefoils slipped sable, a cross
crosslet of the field (for Cambridge) ; 2 and 3, gyronnde of
eight azure and argent, within a bordure ermine, on a
canton gules a fleur-de-lis or (for Pickard). Mantling
gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a
griffin's head erased sable, sem6e of trefoils, in the £ outh
a cross botony fitch^e or (for Cambridge) ; 2. on a wreath
of the colours, a lion sejant argent, charged on the shoulder
with an ermine spot, and gorged with a collar gemelles
sable, supporting with the dexter forepaw an escutcheon
gules, charged with a fleur-de-lis within a bordure or (for
Pickard). Motto — "Esse quam videri." Married, April
19, 1866, Rose, riau. of tlic late Rev. James Lloyd Wallace
of Sevenoaks, Kent; and has Iss7ie — (i) Rev. Robert
Jocelyn Pickard-Cambridge, M.A. Oxon. , Rector of Warm-
well with Poxwell, Dorset, b. May 10, 1867 ; (2) John
Trenchnrd Pickard-Cambridge, Gentleman, b. April 22, d.
May I, 1869; (3) Arthur Wallace Pickard-Cambridge,
Gentleman, Fellow and Tutor of Balliol Coll., Oxon.,
b. Jan. 20, 1873 ; (4) Rev. Charles Owen Pickard-Cam
bridge. Curate of St. Paul's, Lorrimore Square, London, b.
Nov. 9, 1873; (5) Alfred Edward Lloyd Pickard-Cambridge,
Gentleman,^. Nov. 14, 1876; (6) William Adair Pickard-
Cambridge, Gentleman, Assist. -Master Winchester Coll.,
b. Dec. 14, 1879. Postal address — Bloxworth, Wareham,
Dorset.

BENJAMIN PICKERING, Esquire, J. P. for East
Riding of co. York. Born Feb. 28, 1835, being the eldest
son of the late Benjamin Pickering of Bellefield, Sutton,
by his wife Sarah, dau. of William Johnson of Griins-
borough. Livery — Dark blue, with silver buttons and
crimson waistcoats. Armorial bearings — Argent, guit^e-
de-poix, a lion rampant azure, between two flaunches of
the last, each charged with a bear's paw erect and erased
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
a bear's paw erect and erased argent, encircled with a
of oak vert, a demi-catherine-wheel azure. Motto — " Je
garde bien." Married, Aug. i, 1872, Sarah, dau. of
Thomas Garton of Kingston-upon-HuU. Estates — Belle-



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field and Sutton House, both in the parish of Sutton, and
Boreas Vale, Paull, all in East Riding of co. York ; also




High Cross, near Windermere, Westmorland. Postal
address — Bellefield, Sutton, Hull.

HARRY PICKERSGILL-CUNLIFFE, Esq., J. P. for

E. Riding of the county of York and for Essex. Born
July 5, 1858, being the eldest surviving son of John Cunliffe
Pickersgill-Cunliffe, by Helen Hutton, daughter of the Very
Reverend Thomas Dale, Dean of Rochester. C/u6 — Junior
Carlton. Livery — Dark blue, black and white waistcoat,
silver buttons. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms :
Quarterly i and 4, sai)le three conies courant argent (for
Cunliffe) ; 2 and 3 argent, three eagles with wings elevated
sable, on a chief gules, three fountains proper (for Pickers-
gill). Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree, with a mantling sable and argent ; and for his
Crests, I. upon a wreath of the colours, a greyhound sejant
argent, collared sable, and charged on the shoulder with a
pellet (for Cunliffe) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a
rock proper, an eagle as in the arms, bezantfe, and holding
in the beak a cross crosslet fitch^e or (for Pickersgill) ; with
the Motto, "Fideliter." Married, November 4, 1880,
Arlette Isobel, daughter of the late Charles William
Reynolds, J. P., of Ramslade, Bracknell, Berks; and has
Issue — John Reynolds Pickersgill-Cunliffe, Gentleman, born
May 16, 189s I Jill Helen and Saffron Enid. Estates —
Staughton Manor, Huntingdonshire; and Addingham,
Yorkshire. Postal address — Staughton Manor, Hunting-
donshire.

Major HENRY HENZELL ERASER PIDCOCK-
HENZELL, J.P., C.C, Hants, Captain late 19th P.W.O.
Regt. , Major 4th Battn. (Mil. ) Middlesex Regt. 1886-89.
Born 1849, being the eldest son of Henry Pidcock, Esq., of
Oakfield, near Worcester, D.L., J.P. Armorial bearings
— Per pale sable and gules, a pied cock per fesse or and
argent, between three acorns of the third. Mantling sable
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bar shot
proper, thereon a grififin segreant sable, holding within its
claws a grenade fired also proper. Motto — " Seigneur, je
te prie garde ma vie." He married firstly, 1880, Elizabeth

F. A. (who </. 1892), dau. of Captain E. E. Tumour, R.N.,
of Cross Deep Lawn, Twickenham; secondly, 1894, Mary
F. , eldest dau. of Rev. J. I. P. Wyatt of Hawley Parsonage,
Seats — Pinehurst, Farnborough, Hants; Cross Deep Lawn,
Twickenham. C/z^iJ— Constitutional.

WALTER RUMBOLD PIERS, Gentleman, Civil Com-
missioner and Resident Magistrate for the Division of
Peddie, Born Jan. 22, 1846, being the second but eldest



surviving son of the late Henry William Hull Coleman
Piers, Deputy Superintendent of Stores (with the rank of

Major), by his wife Ann, dau. of Weakley. Armorial

bearings — .'\zure, three lions passant guardant in fesse be-
tween two double cotises argent. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an arm em-
bowed, vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand holding a flag
erect. Married, Jan. 27, 1875, Agnes Jane, second dau. of
Charles F. Blakeway, Resident Magistrate, of Olive Cliff,
District of Fort Beaufort, and Resident Magistrate at
Mquanduli ; and has Issue — (i) Norman Barrington Ross
Piers, Gentleman, b. Dec. 16, 1875 ; (2) Harold Henry Ross
Piers, Gentleman, b. July 26, 1877 ; (3) Walter Charles
Ross Piers, Gentleman, b. Oct. 27, 1878 ; (4) Francis Arthur
Piers, Gentleman, b. Sept. 18, 1882 ; (5) Gerald Rumbold
Piers, d. in infancy; Evelyn Constance May; Agnes
Florence; Etheleen ; and Mary. Residence— 'Y)\ii Resi-
dency, Peddie, Cape Colony, South Africa.

The Rev. GEORGE JAMES PIERSON, Clerk in
Holy Orders, Vicar of Norton, co. Herts. Born April 27,
1816, being the son of the late Joseph Pierson of Kemp-
ston, CO. Bedford. Armorial bearings— Per chevron
nebuly gules and azure, two chevronels erminois,' between
three suns in splendour proper. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a sun rising
in splendour proper, an ostrich's head erased sable, gorged
with a collar gemel argent, holding in the beak a Passion-
nail proper, and between two feathers also argent. Motto —
" Tout viens de Dieu." .ff«,— Norton Vicarage, Baldock.

HENRY PIGE-LESCHALLAS. Bom 1833, being the
son of the late Mr. H. Pig6 ; assumed the name of Leschallas
in 1874, under the will of his cousin, John Leschallas of
Page Green, Tottenham, Middlesex. Armorial bearings
— Per bend gules and sable, two hearts conjoined or.
Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, on a mount vert, a column or, thereon flames
of fire proper, and entwined by a vine branch also proper.
Married, 1874, Alice Beaumont, dau. of C. B. Rogers of
Kew, Surrey; and has, with other Issue — John Henry
Pig6-Leschallas, b. 1875. Seats — Highams, Bagshot ;
Boscastle, N. Cornwall, Glenfinart, Argyllshire.

PIGOT, quartered by ASSHETON.

PIGOTT, quartered by CHAMBRE and CARLETON.

PIGOTT, see GRAHAM -FOSTER- PIGOTT and
SMITH-PIGOTT.

PIGOTT (U.O.). Ermine, three fusils conjoined in
fesse sable, the centre one charged with a crescent or
for difference. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a wolf's head erased argent, charged
with a crescent gules.

Son of Robert Henry Armand Pigott, Gentleman, of
Capard, b. 1830; d. 1877; m. 1861, Julia Theresa
Eleanor Ellen, d. of Edward, Baron de Sturler, of
Berne, Switzerland : — ■
Robert Edward Pigott, Gentleman, b. 1862. Seat —
Capard, Rosenallis, Queen's Co.

The Rev. EVERSFIELD BOTRY PIGOTT, Clerk in
Holy Orders, Rector of Ellisfield. Born May 2, 1848,
being the second son of the Rev. Shreeve Botry Pigott, by
his wife Eliza MacMahon, youngest dau. of Sir Francis
Wilder,M.P.,of Binfield Manor, in the co. of Berks, K.C.B.
Livery — Black and orange. Armorial bearings (R.L. ,
1836) — Quarterly i and 4, per saltire gules and azure,
billety or, a canton ermine for difference (for Conant) ;
2. azure, on a fesse engrailed argent, between three falcons
belied or, as many mill-rinds sable (for Stainsby) ; 3. per
fesse ermine and sable, three pickaxes counterchanged (for
Pigott, 1775). Crests — r. on a wreath of the colours, a
mount vert, thereon a stag proper, the dexter fore-foot
resting on a shield gules, billety or (the shoulder charged
with a rose of the second for difference) (for Conant) ; 2.
on a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon a lion
rampant ermine, holding between the fore-paws a fleur-
de-lis azure, the dexter hind-paw resting on a mill-rind
sable (for Stainsby) ; 3. on a wreath of the colours, a grey-
hound statant per pale sable and ermine (for Pigott).
Mottoes—" Lahore et virtute," " Conanti dabitur." Mar-



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fiM, July 14, 1874, Hilda, youngest dnu. of James Campbell,
Esq., of Hnmplun Court House, in the co. of Middlesex,
and Cawley Priory, Chichester ; and has /jsue — (1) Chetwynd
liotry PiRoil, Gentleman, t. 1877 ; (a) Dayrcll Botry I'igott,
Uenilemau, U.A. Canib., Uarrister-at-Law( Middle Temple),
*• 1879; (3) Lancelot Botry Figott, Gentleman, i. 1888;
Christabel [in. , Feb. 14, 190^, Maurice Pascol Everittl;
Ivy ; Hilda ; Stella ; and Eileen (died Dec. 10, 1903).
Estate — Widmoor, in the co. of Ilaiiipshire. Postal address
— Widmoor, Basingstoke, t'liib — .Sports.

FREDERICK WILLIAM PIGOTT, Esquire, J. P. co.
Sussex. Horn 1831, tieing the youngest son of the late
l^iynton Pigott-Stainsby-Conant of Archer Lodge, Hants,
and lianbury, co. Oxford, who assumed by Ruyal Licence
the additional surnames and arms of Stainsby-Conant 1836,
by his wife Mary Lucy, third dau. of Richard Droste
Gough, of Suuldern, co. Oxford. Armorial betuings —
Quarterly i and 4, per saltire gules and azure, biliety or, a
canton ermine for diflference (for Conant) ; 2. azure, on a
fesse engrailed argent, between three falcons belled or, as
nuuiy mill-rinds (for Stainsby) ; 3. per fesse ermine and
sable, three pickaxes counterchanged (for Pigott); and
impaling the arms of Drinkwater, namely, per pale gules
and azure, on a fesse wavy argent, between three garbs or,
as many billets of the second. Mn^ntUng gules and or.
Crests— 1. on a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon
a stag proper, the dexter fore-foot resting on a shield gules,
billeiy or, the shoulder charged with a rose of the second
for ditference ((or Conant) : 3. on a wreath of the colours,
a mount vert, thereon a lion rampant ermine, holding
between the fore-paws a fleur-de-lis azure, the dexter hind-
paw resting on a millrind sable (for Stainsby) ; 3. on a
wreath of the colours, a greyhound statant per pale sable
and ermine (for Pigott). Motto —" Labore et virtute."
Married, 1871, Elinor Bourne, third dau. of Sir William
Leece Drinkwater, H. M. 's first Deemster of the Isle of Man ;
and by her (who </. 1896) has Issue— E.sme Isabel. Resi-
dence — Bourne Hill, Horsham, Sussex.

Sir PAYNTON PIGOTT, M.V.O., Barrister-at-Law
(Middle Temple and Oxford Circuit), Chief Constable for
the CO. of Norfolk, and a Deputy-Lieutenant for that
county. Bom Jan. 2, 1840, being the eldest son of the
Kev. Shreeve Botry Pigott, by his wife Eliza MacMahon,
dau. of Sir Francis Wilder of Binfield Manor, in the
CO. of Berks. Livery — Black, with orange piping and gilt
buttons. Armorial bearings— Quarterly 1 and 4, per
saltire gules and azure, biliety or, a canton ermine for
difference (for Conant) ; 2. azure, on a fesse engrailed
argent, between three falcons belled or, as many mill-
rinds (for Stainsby) ; 3. per fesse ermine and sable, three
pickaxes counterchanged (for Pigott), and impaling the
arms of Hartley, namely ermine, on a cross engrailed
gules, four quatrefoils or, in the first and fourth quarters
a martlet sable. IWantllTig gules and or. Crests — i. on
a wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon a stag
proper, the dexter fore-foot resting on a shield gules, biliety
or, the shoulder charged with a rose of the second for
difference (for Conant) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
mount vert, thereon a lion rampant ermine, holding between
the fore-paws a fleur-de-lis azure, the dexter hind-paw rest-
ing on a mill-rind sable (for Stainsby) ; 3. on a wreath of
the colours, a greyhound statant per pale sable and
ermine. Motto — " Labore et virtute." Married, Sept. 17,
1868, Eleanor Jane, dau. of John Hartley, Esq., of The
Oaks, in the co. of Stafford, and Tong Castle, in the co.
of Salop, J. P. and D.L. for the cos. of Stafford and Shrop-
shire. Postal addresses — Horsford Hall, Norwich ; County
Constabulary, Norwich.

PIGOTT-STAINSBY-CONANT, quartered by CARLE-
TON.

RICHARD NICHOLSON PIKE, Gentleman, Lieut.
6th Batt. Rifle Brigade, N. Nigerian Regiment. Bom
May 18, 1880, being the elder son of the late Major
Richard James Pike, 12th Regiment, J. P., of Glendarary
(who d. 1891), by his wife Mary Emily, second dau. of
the late Charles Todd-Naylor, Esquire. Armorial bear-
ings—He bears for Arms: Per pale or and argent, on
a chevron azure, between three trefoils slipped vert, an
escallop of the second. Upon the escutcheon is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling azure and or ;



and for his Orast, upon a wreath of the colours, an arm
embowed in armour, gauntleted, grasping a broken pike
all proper, and charged with an escallop azure. Hotto -
" Vrai i la fin." 6Va/— Glendarary, Achill Sound, West-
port, in the county of Mayo.

Thk Right Hon. Sir THOMAS DEVEREUX PILE,
ist Bart. (1900), Lord Mayor of Dublin. Amoilai
bearings Azure, three piles argent, the centre one
charged with a chaplet proper, on a chief ermine, a castle
gules between two roses of the last, barbed vert, seeded
or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest -Upon a crest
coronet or, charged with a cross bourdon n(5e azure, a pelican
argent, holding in the bill a nail or. Motto — "Sine labe
nota." Residence— D\Min.

PILKINGTON (H. Coll.). Quarterly argent and gules,
a cross flory between two combs in chief and as many
bulrushes stalked and leaved in base all counterchanged.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a mower proper, vested, the coat and
hat per pale argent gules, supporting with his dexter hand
a scythe of the first, and in the sinister a comb of the
second, seven bulrushes stalked and leaved also proper.
Motto — " Dei dono sum quod sum."

Son of R. G. Coombe of Burnham, Essex; 6. ;
d. ; m. : —

Sir George Augustus Pilkington, Knt. Bach. (1893),
J.P. Lanes, and N.R. Yorks., M.P. .S.W. Div. Lanes.
1885-6, and 1889-1900, formerly Hon. Col. 3rd Vol.
Batt. King'sRegt. (MayorofSouthport 1884-5, and 1891-2),
d. 1848; m. 1876, Mary Elizabeth, only d. and h. of James
Pilkington, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Blackbume (assumed the
name of Pilkington in 1880). Pes. — Belle Vue, Southport,
Lanes. ; Swinethwaite Hall, West Witton, Leyburn,
R.S.O.. Yorks.

FILTER (H. Coll.). Per chevron argent and sable,
two pelts (or hides), in chief of the last, and a cannon
mounted on its carriage in base proper. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a fleur-de-lis or, a dolphin naiant proper. Motto— j
" Fide patiente labore."

Sons of Thomas Filter, Gentleman (son of Rev. Rober
Filter) :—
John George Filter, Gentleman. .ff«.— Paris. Clui-
Constitutional.

Robert Filter, Gentleman, .^w.— Paris. C/«(5— Juniorj
Constitutional.

Son of Rev. Robert Filter of Robins Hood BayJ
Yorks. , m. Isabella, d. of John Mease : —
William Frederick Filter, Esq. C.B. {^.v.).

S WILLIAM FREDERICK FILTER, Esquire, Com-
panion of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath (Civil




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Div.) (1897), Lt.-Col. (retired), and Hon. Col. The Tync-
mouth R.G.A. (Vols.), has the Volunteer Decoration, J.P.



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for the CO. of Northumberland. Born 1831, being the fifth
son of the Rev. Robert Piker of Robin Hood's Bay, York-
shire, by Isabella his wife, dau. of John Mease. Livery —
Black. Armorial bearings — -Per chevron argent and
sable, two pelts (or hides) in chief of the last, and a cannon
mounted on its carriage in base proper. Mantling sable



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