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)f the late Gustavus Lambart Basset, Esquire, J. P. and
J L by his wife Charlotte Mary, dau. of William Elm-
'lirst of West Ashby, co. Lincoln. Armorial bearings—

)uarterly i and 4, or, three bars wavy gules (for Basset) ;

"and 3 sable, a falcon rising or, between three mullets of
!he last (for Pendarves). Mantling gules and or. Crest

-On a wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head couped
iirgent, horned, waved, and tufted or. Motto—" Pro rege
lit populo." Seat— Tehidy Park, Camborne.

§ CHARLES HENRY BASSET, Esquire, Justice of the
Peace for the county of Devon, and sometime Member
)f Parliament for Barnstaple (1868-1874). Born Novem-
,3er 16, 1834, being the fourth surviving son of the late Sir
vVilliam Williams, first Baronet of TreguUon, in the county
.5f Cornwall, by his wife Caroline, younger daughter of
Richard Eales of Eastdon, Lieutenant (retired) in the Royal
'Navy, having served through the whole of the Crimean
AVari'n the Black Sea, and the Sea of Azof, Major in the
i Royal North Devon Yeomanry. Assumed by Royal License,
n the year 1880, the surname of Basset in lieu of his patro-
nymic; with the arms of Basset. Clud— Junior United

• Service. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms : Barry
.wavy of six or and gules, and for distinction in the centre
*:hief point a cross crosslet of the last ; and for a Crest, on
ifi wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head couped argen
the mane, beard, and horn or, on the neck two bars indented

•gules, and charged for distinction with a cross crosslet also

■ gules ; with the Motto, ' ' Bene agere ac Laetari. ' ' Married,

' lanuary 7, 1878, Harriet Mary, only daughter of Arthur
Davie Basset, Gentleman, of W^atermouth, and sister and
co-heiress of Reverend Arthur Crawfurth Davie Basset,
Justice of the Peace and Master of Arts, also of Water-
mouth; and has Issue — Walter Basset, Gentleman, born
September 20, 1863, and Edith [married, October 18, 1882,
Ernest Charles Penn Curzon, Esquire, Captain in the 18th
Hussars, and has issue]. Estates — Westaway, Umberleigh,

, and Watermouth Castle, all in the county of Devon. Postal

•■ arf(fr«j— Watermouth Castle, Ilfracombe.

i WILLIAM RICHARD BASSET BASSET, Gentleman.

■ Born November 23, 1863, being the eldest son of the late
-Major William West Bruce, Esq., J. P. co. Glamorgan,

74th Highlanders and 94th Regt. He assumed by Royal
; Licence, 1865, the surname and arms of Bassett, by his
> wife Eliza, dau. of Richard Weeks, Barrister-at-Law. Ar-
morial bearings — Argent, a chevron between three bugle-
horns stringed sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —

• On a wreath of the colours, a stag's head caboshed, between
the attires a cross fitch^e at the foot argent. MottO — " Gwell

. angau na chywilydd." Seat — Beaupr6, near Cowbridge. co.
' Glamorgan.

; RALPH THURSTAN BASSETT, Esquire, J. P. and

D.L. for CO. of Glamorgan (High Sheriff

'TKfltftfpff 1895). Born January 15, 1851, being the

^uu^^VVV second but only surviving son of the late

Richard Bassett, Esquire, of Bonvilstone,

'■ in the county of Glamorgan, Justice of the Peace and Deputy-
Lieutenant for the county of Glamorgan, by his first wife, Ann
Maria, second daughter of John Homfray of Penlline Castle,
in the same county. C/wiJ— Junior Carlton. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms : Argent, a chevron between
three bugle-horns stringed sable ; and for a Crest, upon
a wreath of the colours, a stag's head caboshed, between the
attires a cross fitch^e argent ; with the MottO, ' ' Gwell angau
na chwilydd." Married, June 12, 1878, Augusta Maria,
daughter of Captain F. Tyler ; and has /j^w— Dorothy
Sysylt, and Olive. ^^/a/w- Bonvilston and Cilfynydd.
Postal address - Crossways, Cowbridge, South Wales.

§ BALDWIN JOHN POLLEXFEN BASTARD,
Esquire, J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff 1865 for Devon,
late Col. commanding 4th Devon Adm. Batt. R.V., served
in the Crimea as Lieut, in 9th Regiment of Foot. Born
March 11, 1830, being the second but eldest surviving son
of the late Edmund Pollexfen Bastard, Esq., M.P. for
Devon, by his wife the Hon. Anne Rodney, only surviving
dau. of Rt. Hon. George, 2nd Baron Rodney. Armorial
bearings— Or, a chevron azure. Mantling azure and or.



Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed
in plate armour proper, garnished or, the elbow towards
the sinister, the hand in a gauntlet grasping a sword also
proper, pommel and hilt gold, in bend sinister, the point
downwards. Motto — " Pax potior bello." Married, Ocl.
16, 1861, Frances Jane, youngest dau. of the Hon. Mortimer
Rodney. Seats — Kitley, near Yealmpton; and Buckland
Court, near Ashburton, both in Devon.

WILLIAM EDMUND POLLEXFEN BASTARD,
Esquire, J. P. for co. Devon, late Lieut, ist Royal Devon
Yeo. Born April 12, 1864, being the elder and only surviving
son of the Rev. William Pollexfen Bastard, M.A. , Oxon.,
formerly Rector of Lezant, Cornwall, by his wife Caroline,
second dau. of Vice-Admiral Woollcombe of Hemerdon.
Armorial bearings — Or, a chevron azure. Mantling azure




and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm
embowed in plate armour proper, garnished or, the elbow
towards the sinister, the hand in a gauntlet grasping a sword
also proper, pommel and hilt gold, in bend sinister, the
point downwards. Motto — " Pax potior bello." Married,
April 14, 1890, Rosamond Isabel, only dau. of Abraham
Briggs Foster of Canwell Hall, co. Staffor(i ; and has Issue
— Rosamond Bridget ; Petronel Jane ; Isabel May ; and
Wilfrida Anne. 5ea^— Lyneham, Yealmpton, Devon.

Reverend WILLIAM POLLEXFEN BASTARD,
Clerk in Holy Orders, M.A. Oxon., late Rector of Lezant,
Cornwall. Born Jan. 12, 1832, being the third son of the late
Edmund Pollexfen Bastard, Esq., of Kitley, M.P. for Devon,
by his wife the Hon. Anne Jane Rodney, only surviving dau. of
Rt. Hon. George, 2nd Baron Rodney. Armorial bearings
— Or, a chevron azure. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in plate
armour proper, garnished or, the elbow towards the sinister,
the hand in a gauntlet, grasping a sword also proper, pommel
and hilt gold, in bend sinister, the point downwards. Motto
— "Pax potior bello." Married, Jan. 27, 1859, Carohne,
second dau. of Vice-Admiral Woollcombe of Hemerdon ;
and has Issue— {\) William Edmund Pollexfen Bastard,
Esq. [to whom refer] ; (2) Edmund George Bastard, Gentle-
man, b. Dec. II, 1872, d. young; Jane Frances \m., April



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ic iMa. Ganid Manel Conmn of Bnulridge House. Devon,
•Ml S^iMoal: Mwy Caroline ; Kllcn Woollcombe ; Anne
KMiMrine [«-. Oct. W. «89». Hon. and Rev. Henrv Noel
Wakkcnv^. and ha» ImucJ; Grace r'ctronell; Florence
EUatMh: Alice IJorolhy: and Caroline Bridget. Poital
«^y>«tt>-Cofn«(e, Torquay.

M THOMAS BATE. Esquire. Deputy-Lieutenant and
O justice of the Peace for the county of Flint, for

'^Ctoftf which he ser\-ed the office of High Shtrifl in the
^Oiv yrar 1887, late Captain in the Denbighshire
Husiarv B«m 1840. being the only son of the
late Edward Bate. Esquire, of Kelsterton. Justice of the
Peaca. by Martha his wife, only daughter of the Reverend
Edwaid Whitley of Bcrse Drelincourt. 6/«^j — Junior
Carlton, /.nvrr— Dark blue coat, re<l waistc0.1t, drab l>ox-
cloth overtXMi. with blue cufls and collar. Armorial bear-
laft— He bears for Anna : Sable, on a fesse colised argent.




i88i-8a. and to International Sugar Conference 1887-88,
British Delegate to International Tariff Bun-au Confricnoe
at Brussels 1888, Sec. to Treaties ( 'oiumitti-< 1 ,,(j

British Delegate to Anglo-rortugucsc ( omi; ,i.

ations 189a, and to Anglo-Spanish Coiunicu... .. ^.,iM».
tions 1894; President Roy. Statistical Soc. 1897, Chair-
man of Board of Trade Commercial Committee. Horn Aug.
31. 1844, being the seventh son of the late Rev. John Batel
man, Rector of E. and W. Leake, Notts, and Dean of
Hartington, by his wife Emily, dau. of Edward SheweU.
Armonal beatings— Or, three crescents, issuant from
each an estoile of six points gules, a canton azure.
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the coloun,
a crescent and estoile as in the arms, between two eagles'
wings or. Motto — " Sidus adsit amicum." .t/nrriVrf, July
30, 1B68, Edith Ellen, dau. of James Eland Hobson of
Haverfield, Kew, and of Eaton Socon, Beds. ; and has had
Issue — (t) John Sacheverell Bateman, Esq.. b. and d. i860;
(3) Edward Sacheverell Bateman, Esq.,*. Dec. i, 1870; (3)
John Keelinge Bateman, Esq., b. June 10, 1872; (4) Alfrea
James Bateman, Esq., b. 1881, d. 1883; Grace Ellen;
Hester ; and Edith Florence \m. 1899, Ivor Forbes Mal-
colmson]. Estates — Isaton Socon, Bedfordshire ; Cotton
Mill Farm, Uttoxeter, Staffs. Postai address— WooAhovm,
Wimbledon Park, London, S.W. C/«3j — Windham,
National.



FREDERIC OSBORNE FITZHERBERT BATE-
MAN, Esquire, J. P. co. Derby. Bom Nov. 12, 1859.
being the only child of the late Thomas Osborne Bateman,
Esc]., J. P., D. L. , of Hartington Hall, by his wife Fanny
Hanham, dau. of William Lawrence Bicknell. Club —
Windham. Armorial bearings — Or, three crescents, and
issuant from each an estoile of six points gules, a canton
azure. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a crescent and estoile as in the arms, between
two eagles' wings or. Motto — "Sidus adsit amicum,"
Married, 1886, Evelyn Mary, dau. of Major Wilkinson of
Scarborough ; and has, with other /ssue — Osborne R.
Sacheverell Bateman, Gentleman, born 1887. Seats—
Hartington Hall and Breadsall Mount, Derbyshire.



HUGH ALLEYNE SACHEVERELL BATEMAN,
Gentleman, Lord of the Manor of Morley. Born i860,
being the only son of the late Thomas Keelinge Bateman,
Gentleman, by his wife Georgina, daughter of Frederick
Bannatyne, 33rd Regiment. Club — Boodle's. Livery—
Black coat, with red waistcoat. Armorial bearings- He
bears for Arms : Quarterly i and 4, or tlirce crescents, with
an estoile of six points gules, a canton azure (for Bateni.in) ;
2 and 3 or, on a fesse between two dragons' heads erased
sable, three dolphins of the field (for Osborne) ; and for the
Crest, a crescent with an estoile gules between two wings
or; with the Motto, "Virtus ad sidera." Married, }une
8, 1888, Anna, daughter of Edward Bridges, late of
Shropshire, formerly 7th Fusiliers. Estates — Morley,
in the county of Derby. Postal address — Etwall, Derby
shire.



between four dexter hands coujDed at the wrist three in chief
and one in base bendways or, an arrow fesseways proper ;
and for the Crest, ufwn a wreath of the colours, in front of
a stag's head couped argent, attired or, pierced in the neck
by an arrow in bend proper, a hand couped at the wrist
fesseways also or ; with the Motto, ' ' Live to live. " Married,
July II, 1878, Perenna, daughter of William Owen, Esquire,
of Shanvaghey, Queen's County, and of Blessington, Ireland,
Justice of the Peace; and has Issue — (i) Roger Whitley
Bate, Gentleman, born October la, 1882, killed at Rostpan,
Dec. 7, 1901 ; (2) Thomas Bate, Gentleman, born July i,
1889 ; Gwendoline Mary Owen ; Dorothy ; Gladys Annie ;
Marjorie Perenna ; and Pauline Janet Whitley. Estates
and postal a<Wr<««— Kelsterton, and Plas Bellin, Flint,
North Wales.

BATEMAN, see LA TROBE-BATEMAN.

Sir ALFRED EDMUND BATEMAN, K.C.M.G.
(1900), Bar. Inner Temple, and Controller-Gen. of Com-
merce. Labour, and Statistics 1897-1903 ; was Sec. to Roy.
Commn. for n^otiating Commercial Treaty with France



SHUGH OSBORNE BATEMAN, Esquire, CapUin
late 43rd Light Infantry. Born Nov. 9, 1837, being
the fifth son of the late Rev. John Bateman, for forty-six
years Rector of East and West Lake, Notts, and Dean of
Hartington, by his wife Emily, dau. of Edward Shewell of
Bryanston Square, London. Armorial bearlng^s — Or,
three crescents, issuant from each an estoile of six points
gules, a canton azure. Mantling gules and or. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a crescent and estoile, as in the
arms, between two eagles' wings or. Motto — " Sidus adsit
amicum." Married, Sept. 19, 1871, Lydia Charlotte, dau.
of the Rev. Samuel Vere Dashwood of Stamford Park,
Notts ; and has Issue— Four daughters. Residence—

§JOHN BATEMAN, Esquire, J.P. and D.L. co. Staf-
ford, J. P. Essex. Born March 19, 1839, being the
eldest son of James Bateman, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S.,
late of Biddulph Grange and Knypersley Hall, co. Stafford,
J.P. and D.L., M.A. Oxon., by his wife Maria Sybilla, dau.
of Rev. Rowland Egerton of Norley. co. Chester (who took
the additional name of Warburton on succeeding to the
estates of Sir Peter Warburton, Bart. , of Arley). Armorial



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leariDgfS— He bears for Arms : Azure, on a fesse embattled
)etween three crescents issuant from each an estoile argent,
he chemical character of Mars sable, and impaling the
rms of Bootle-Wilbraham, namely, quarterly i and 4,

^rgent three bendlets wavy azure (for Wilbraham) ; 2 and
gules, on a chevron engrailed, between three combs argent,
s many crosses pat^e fitch^e of the field (for Bootle).

' Jpon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
v'ith a mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon
.wreath of the colours, a tower argent, issuant therefrom
, demi-eagle witli wings elevated sable, charged on the
ireast with the chemical character of Mars or; in the
)eak a wreath of oak proper. Married, 1865, the Hon.
essy Caroline, and dau. of the late Hon. Richard

! Bootle-Wilbraham ; and \\dLS Issue — Agnes Mary \jn., 1889,
Robert Maxwell D'Arcy-Hildyard, Esq., of Colborn Hall,

':o. York ; 68th Durham L. I.]. iVa^— The Hall, Bright-
ingsea, Essex. Clubs — Carlton, National.



; ROBERT BATEMAN, Esquire, J. P. co. Salop. Born
i:842, being the third son of James Bateman, Esquire,
3.L., J.P., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S., late of Biddulph
■ jrangeand Knypersley Hall, co. Staff., by his wife Maria
Sibylla, dau. of Rev. Rowland Egerton of Norley, co. Chester
' who took the additional surname of Warburton on succeed-
ng to the estates of Sir Peter Warburton, Bart., of Arley).
C/wfo— Savile, Junior Constitutional. Armorial bearings




—Azure, on a fesse embattled between three crescents,
issuant from each an estoile argent, the chemical character
of Mars sable. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a tower argent, issuant therefrom a
detni-eagle with wings elevated sable, charged on the breast
with the chemical character of Mars or, in the beak a



wreath of oak proper. Married, 1883, Caroline Octavia,
dau. of the late Very Rev. the Hon. Henry Howard, Dean
of Lichfield. Residence — Benthall Hall, Broseley, Shrop-
shire,



The Rev. JOHN FITZHERBERT BATEMAN,
M.A., late Rector of North and South Lopham, Norfolk,
and Rural Dean of Rockland. Born April 6, 1829, being
the eldest son of the late Rev. John Bateman, Rector of
East and West Leake, Notts, and Dean of Hartington,
by his wife Emily, dau. of Edward Shewell. Armorial
bearings — Or, three crescents, and issuant from each an
estoile of six points gules, a canton azure. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a crescent
and an estoile as in the arms, between two eagles' wings
or. Motto — " Sidus adsit amicum." Married, firstly,
1861, Susan Elizabeth {d. 1874), dau. of Edward Anthony
Holden, Esq., D.L., of Aston Hall, co. Derby; and
secondly, 1878, Georgina Caroline, dau. of the late William
Ambrose Morehead, H.E. LC.S. By his first marriage he
had Issue — Susan Margaret, who died unmarried. Postal
address — 119 Fordwych Road, West Hampstead, N.W.
Club — National.



The Rev. ROWLAND BATEMAN, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. Oxon. Born Nov. i, 1840, being the second
son of James Bateman, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S., J.P,
and D. L. , Staffs. , M.A. Oxon., by his wife Maria Sybilla, dau.
of Rev. Rowland Egerton of Norley, co. Chester (who took
the additional name of Warburton on succeeding to the
estates of Sir Peter Warburton, Bart., of Arley, Cheshire).
Armorial bearings — Azure, on a fesse embattled, be-
tween three crescents issuant from each an estoile argent,
the chemical character of Mars sable. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a tower
argent, issuant therefrom a demi-eagle, wings elevated sable,
charged on the breast with the chemical character of Mars
or; in the beak a wreath of oak proper. Married, Nov.
25, 1879, Helen, dau. of PhiHp Melvill, C.S.L, British
Resident at tlie Court of Baroda ; and has Issue — John
Melvill and Mary Sybilla. Residence — Fawley Rectory,
Bucks.



S CHARLES SPENCER BATEMAN-HANBURY-
KINCAID-LENNOX, Esquire, commonly known as
the Hon. Charles Spencer Bateman- Hanbury-Kincaid- Len-
nox. Born i.^'z-j, being the son of the Rt. Hon. William
Hanbury Bateman-Hanbury, the first Baron Bateman, by
his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Spencer Stanley Chichester,
Esquire, commonly known as Lord Spencer Stanley
Chichester ; assumed the names of Kincaid-Lennox on
his marriage, by Royal License, 1872 ; entered 2nd Life
Guards 1850, Captain 1858, retired 1859 ; appointed Aide-
de-Camp to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland 1858, a Deputy-
Lieutenant for the county of Hereford i860, and for the
county of Stirling 1863, Member of Parliament for that
county 1852-1857, and for Leominster 1858-1865. Married,
firstly, 1861, Margaret Cunninghame, eldest daughter of
John I^ennox-Kincaid-Lennox, and widow of the seventh
Viscount Strangford, who died 1857, within a month of his
marriage (she died 1892); and secondly, 1893, Rose, daughter
of Boyd Alexander Cunninghame, Royal Navy. Postal
addresses — 63 Montagu Square, W. Clubs — Carlton,
Arthur's, Bachelors'.



BATES (H. Coll). Barry of twelve per pale azure and
argent, counterchanged, on a chevron or, cotised gules,
three pallets of the last, each charged with a fleur-de-lis
of the third. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, five fleurs-de-lis alternately or and
gules, in front of a swan's head couped proper, and charged
on the neck with six barrulets azure. Motto—" Virtutis
comes invidia." Livery — Blue and silver.

Sons of Thomas Bates of Aydon, Barrister-at-Law,

b. 1810 ; d. 1882 ; m. 2nd, Matilda Jane, d. of Rev.

Edward Harbin , Rector of Kingweston : —

Rev. Edward Harbin Bates, M.A., Rector of Pucking-

ton, b. 1862. Res. — The Rectory, Puckington, Somer

Charles Loftus Bates, Esq., D.S.O., Capt. late ist
Dragoon Gds., Major Reserve of Officers, Lt.-Col. North-



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has issue — Edward Giles Bates, Gentleman, 6. 1897. /fes.
— The Spital, Hexham. Clud — Army and Navy.



§



EDWARD HENRY BATH, Esquire, Justice of the
Peace and Deputy- Lieutenant for the county of Car-




marthen, for which county he served the office of High
Sheriff in the year 189a. and is also a J.P, for the borough



f Coquimbo

in the Republic of Chili, and nephew of the late Henry
James Bath of AUtyferin. Livery — Chocolate, with red
piping. Armorial bearings (H. Coll., i868)-Uiulcs a
chevron paly of six argent and or, between three plates,
on a chief of the third, as many wolves' heads erased sable'
Mantllnff gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a wolfs head erased sable, gorged wiili a collar
vair, and holding in the mouth a rose gules, slipped and
leaved proper. Mottoes— " Habere et dispertire, — " He
conquers who endures." Married, August la, 187.1
Esther, daughter of John Williams James of HrynViallii!
Swansea; and has Issue — Henry Bath, Gentleman, /
Dec. iB, 1875; Esther; Catherine Edith ; and Janet linn,
bert. Postal address — AUtyferin, Nantgaredig, R.S.t)
Carmarthenshire. Clubs — Swansea (Swansea), Bristol
Channel Yacht Club (Oystermouth).

CHARLES BATHURST, Esquire, J.P. forco. Glouces-
ter. Born Nov. 27, 1836, being the elder son of the laie
Rev. William Hiley Bathurst ; by his wife Mary Anne,
fourth dau. of Matthew Rhodes of Leeds. Armorial bear-
ings — Sable, two bars ermine, in chief three crossi-s pat«H:
or. nantUng sable and argent. Crest - On a wreath of
the colours, a dexter arm in mail embowed. holding in ihe
hand all proper a club with spikes or. HottO — "Tien ta
foy." Married, Jan. 27, 1864, Mary Iilizal>eth. dau. of
Colonel Hay ; and has had Issue— (1) William Hay Batliurst.
Gentleman, b. Oct. 17, 1864; d. Jan. 26. 1883; (3) Charles
Bathurst, Esq.. J.P. co. Gloucester, late Capt. R. Mon-
mouth Engineer Militia. Barrister-at-Law, *. .Sept. 21, 1867
[»»., Dec. 17, 1898, Hon. Bertha Susan Lopes, youngest
dau. of Rt. Hon. ist Baron Ludlow, and has issue, Ben-
jamin Ludlow Bathurst, Gentleman, b. Oct. 2. 1899]; (3)
Arthur Henry Bathurst, Gentleman, b. Aug. 29. 1871 ;
(4) Robert Bathurst, Gentleman, b. May 18. 1875; Mary
Georgina ; and Margaret Frances, d, young, July 38. 1886,
Seat — Lydney Park, co. Gloucester.

The Venerable FREDERICK BATHURST, Arch-
deacon of the county of Bedford, Honorary Canon of Ely.
Bom March 7. 1827, being the si.tth son of Sir James
Bathurst, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable
Order of the Bath, by his wife Caroline, commonly known
as Lady Caroline, daughter of the first Earl and sixth
Baron Castlestuart. Armorial bearings— He bears for
Arms : Sable, two bars ermine, and in chief three crosses
pat6e or. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befit-
ting his degree, with a mantling sable and argent ; and
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, an arm in
mail embowed, the elbow to the sinister, the hand proper,
holding a spiked club or. Married, 1855. Catherine
Georgiana, daughter of the Reverend Calvert Fitzgerald
Moore. Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty ; and
has had Issue — (i) James Stuart Bathurst. Gentleman,
born 1859. died 1868 ; (2) Frederick Marlay Bathurst,
Gentleman, born 1865 ; Louisa [married Stanley Victor
Coote] ; and Katherine. Postal address — Holwell Rectory.
Hitchin.

SThe Right Honourable SEYMOUR HENRY
BATHURST, Earl Bathurst of Bathurst, co. Sussex;
Baron Bathurst of Battlesden, co. Bedford; Baron Apsley
of Apsley, co. Sussex ; C.M.G.. D.L.. Col. 4th Bat. Glou-
cester Regt. Born July 21. 1864, being the eldest son of
the late Right Honourable Allen Alexander, sixth Earl
Bathurst, by his wife Meriel Leicester Warren, dau. of the
Right Honourable George, second Lord de Tabley. Livery
— Dark blue with gilt buttons, pale yellow waistcoat with
narrow blue lines. Armorial bearings — He bears for
Arms: Quarterly i and 4 (for Bathurst). sable, two bars
ermine, in chief three crosses pat6e or; 2. argent, on a
cross gules, five escallops or (for Villers) ; 3. barry of six
argent and gfules. a canton ermine (for Apsley) : and impal-
ing the arms of Borthwick. namely, argent, a cinquefoil
sable, on a chief invected of the last, two cinquefoils of the
field. Above the escutcheon is placed the coronet of his
rank, and thereupon a helmet befitting his degree, with a
mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, a dexter arm in mail embowed the
hand proper, grasping a club with spikes or. Supporters



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Two stags argent, each gorged with a collar gemelle
■nines MottO— "Tien ta foy." Married, Nov. 15, 1893,
lias Margaret Frances, only dau. of Rt. Hon. Sir Algernon
)rth wick, "Baron Glenesk and Baronet ; and has Issue—
I Allen Algernon Bathurst, Esq., commonly called Lord



TBat 89

BATTEN, quartered by LYONS-MONTGOMERY.

HENRY BUTLER BATTEN, Gentleman, B.A. (New
Coll., Oxon.). Born Oct. 13, 1845, being the second son of
John Batten, Esq., of Aldon, Somerset, J. P. and D.L.




I'Vpsley ; (2) Hon. William Ralph Seymour Bathurst ; Lady
I Meriel Olivia. Residences — Cirencester House, Cirencester;
i;:2 Bruton Street, London, W.

i THOMAS EDMOND BATT, Esquire, J. P. co. Done-
tjjal, Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Commanding Donegal
'.\rtillery. Born 1854, being the eldest son of the late
iThomas Batt, Esq., J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1844,
VI.A. Trin. Coll., Cambridge, by his wife Charlotte, dau.
of the Rev. Edniond Hesketh Dalrymple Know, late Arch-
ieacon of Killaloe. Armorial bearings— Argent, on a
i.Toss between four bats sable, three escallops in pale or.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
;olours, a crescent argent, charged with an escallop gules.
Motto— " Virtute et valore." Seat — Rathmullan House,



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