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1834, Elizabeth Mary, d. of Rev. William Carpenter
Ray:—
Arthur Schomberg, Gentleman, 6. 1847. Post, add.—
Seend, Melksham, Wilts.

Reginald Brodrick Schomberg, Gentleman, Barrister-at-
Law (Lincoln's Inn), 6. 1849 ; m. 1879, Frances Sophia, d. of
Thomas Charles Morris, Esq., J. P., of Bryn Myrddin and
Llanstephan Castle, Carmarthenshire ; and has issue-
Reginald Charles Francis Schomberg, Gentleman, B.A.,
and Lieut. Seaforth Highlanders. Res.— East Sheen,
Surrey. „,.,

Edmund Clerke Schomberg, Esq., J. P. and D.L. Wilts
(High Sheriff 190a), d. 1852 ; m. 1894, Violet Louise, yr. d.
of Martin Bryan Stapylton, Esq., J. P., of Myton Hall,



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Yorks. Seais — Seend Lodge, Melksham, Wilts; Brow-
foot, Devizes.

Sons of late Rear.-Adm. Herbert Schomberg, m. Sarah
Bayton of Chichester :—

Major-Gen. Herbert St. George Schomberg, C.B. {1897),
served with Egyptian Expedition 1882-84, present at bom-
bardment of Alexandria (medal wtih clasp, bronze star,
Brevet Major), and in Soudan 1884, present at battles of
El Teb and Tamai (two clasps, fourth class Osmanieh),
d. 1845 ; m. 1881, Sophia Elizabeth, second d. of the late
William Barry Hoare, Esq., J. P., of Monkstown, co. Cork ;
and has issue — (1) Edward St. George Schomberg, Esq., d.
17 April 1882 ; and (2) Harold St. George Schomberg,
Gentleman, d. 24 Aug. 1886. J?es.—

Rt-ar-Adm. Anson Schomberg, d. 1846; m. Caroline,
ygst. d. of Bartiiolomew Clifford Lloyd, Esq., Q.C. , of
Waterford, Ireland. Clud -United Service.

Stepney Schomberg, Gentleman, Solicitor, i. 1853; m.
1889, Mary, d. of Arthur Vincent of Shanagolden House,
CO. Limerick. J?es. — Holmwood, Seabord, Sussex.
Son of Admiral Alexander Wilmot Schomberg : —

Gen. Sir George Augustus Schomberg, K.C.B. (^.v.).

General Sir GEORGE AUGUSTUS SCHOMBERG,
K.C.B. (Military) 1896 (C.B. 1867), served on the Coast of
Africa 1844-46, in Baltic 1855, commanded R.M.A. in
China 1857 - 59, was Commandant Royal Marine Artillery,
1867-70, D.A.G. of R.M. 1872-75, retired list 1886. Born
Oct. S, 1821, being the youngest son of the late Admiral
Alexander Wilnot Schomberg, by his wife Anne, dau. of
Admiral Richard Smith of Poulton, Cheshire (and nephew
of the late Capt. Sir Charles Marsh Schomberg, K.C.H.,
C B., R.N.) Clud— United Service. Armorial beaxin^s




Jules, in chief four escarbuncles or, in base two chev-
onels of the last, and charged with seven mullets azure,
etween twelve escutcheons, six, four, and two, and a lamb
issant in base argent, the escutcheon being surrounded by
he ribbon and star of a K.C.B. Mantling gules and or.

est — On a vnreath of the colours, out of a naval crown
r, the sails argent, a demi-lion gorged with a wreath of
aurel proper, supporting a flagstaff, thereon hoisted a
ennon gules, charged with an anchor or. Motto — " Per-



severe." Married, 1853, Mary, dau. of Charles Wright
of St. Clare, Southsea, Hants. Postal address — United
Service Club, Pall Mall, London, W.

Sir JOHN HENRY WILLIAM SCHRODER, ist
Baronet (Dec. 8, 1892), C.V.O., of The Dell, Old Windsor,
Berks. Born Feb. i3,i82S,beingthe son of Baron John Henry
Schroder of Holstein, Mecklenburg, and Hamburg, by his
wife Henriette von Schwartz. Armorial bearings— Argent,
a fesse gules, between in chief three roses issuant gules,
seeded or, slipped and leaved vert, and in base three mul-
lets of six points (two and one) azure ; the escutcheon
charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — Out of a foreign ducal coronet
proper, a rose as in the arms, between two buffalo-horns
argent. Motto — " Vincet Veritas." Married, Sept. 19,
1850, Miss Dorothea Evelina Schliisser of St. Petersburg.
Seats— 'Y'be. Dell, Old Windsor, Berks. ; Schwansa, in the
Grand Duchy of Mecklenberg-Schwerin, Germany.

SCHULDHAM, quartered by BARKER.

SCICLUNA (H. Coll.). Gules, on a rock proper, a
horse rampant ermine, in chief a cross of eight points be-
tween on the dexter a decrescent and on the sinister an
increscent argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
Issuant from a crown vallery or, a demi-horse argent, sem6
of crescents gules, holding between the legs a cross as in
the arms.

Son of Emanuel Scicluna, ist Marquess Scicluna (Holy

Roman Church), Banker and Pres. of Malta Chamber

of Commerce : —

Guiseppe Scicluna, and Marquess, Knight of the Most

Holy Sepulchre, b. 1855. 5^a/— Palaizo Hompesch.

Valetta, Malta ; Naxaro, Malta.

SCOBIE of Keoldale (1885). Azure, on a bend or,
between two bear's heads couped argent, muzzled gules,
three escallops sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand holding a
dagger erect proper. Motto — " Bi treun."

Son of John Scobie, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Keoldale:—

James Scobie, Gentleman, b. , Res. — Keoldale,

Durness, Lairg, co. Sutherland.

SCONE, Baron, see MANSFIELD.

SCOT, see GOLDIE-SCOT.

SCOTLAND, quartered by HUSSEY, STUART,
STUART-RICHARDSON, and VERSCHOYLE.

SCOTT, see MACMILLAN-SCOTT and ROBSON-
SCOTT.

SCOT r, quarterly with LAURENCE and STUART,
borne on an escutcheon of pretence by ORMSBY BLAKE.

SCOTT of Thirlestane, quartered by NAPIER-CLA-
VERING.

S CHARLES NORMAN LINDSAY TOLLEMACHE
SCOTT, Esquire, J. P. for the Stewartry of Kirkcud-
bright, and a J. P. and D.L. for Leicestershire (High Sheriff'
1895). Born 1852, being the eldest son of John Lindsay
Scott of MoUance, by his wife Mary, dau. of Charles Gill-
ham. Armorial bearings— Parted per pale or and azure,
on a bend a mullet between two crescents allcounterchanged,
in the sinister chief a horse-shoe of the first, impaling the
arms of ToUemache, namely, quarterly i and 4, argent, a fret
sable ; 2 and 3, azure, an imperial crown or between three
mullets argent, within the Royal Tressure of Scotland of the
second. Mantling azure and or. Crest -On a wreath of
the colours, a stag trippant gules, attired and unguled or,
charged on the shoulder with a horse-shoe also or. Motto
— " Amo." Married, 1882, Lady Agnes Mary loUemache,
sister of Rt. Hon. William, 9th Earl of Dysart ; and has
Issue — A dau. Postal address — British Embassy, St.
Petersburg.

Sir CHARLES STEWART SCOTT, K.C.M.G. 1896,
C.B. (Civil) 1886, Envoy and Minister Plenipotentiary to
Denmark since 1893. Born 1838, being the third son of the



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laie Major Thomas ScoH. J. P.. D.L., of Willsborough, co.
l.x>n<loiui«n7, by bis seconil wife Katharine Elizabeth,
eldest da«u. of Rev, I honi.is kicharclson. C'iuis — Travel-
lers'. St. James's. Armorial b«*rlng«— Or, on a bend
aiure, a mullet between two crescent!> of the field, within a
bordure engrailetl pcan, a mullet for diflference. The es-
cutcheon is surroundetl with the ribbon and pendent there-
from the iMdge of a K.C.M.G. and a C'.B. Mantling
ajture and or. Oreit On a wreath of the colours, an escal-
lop shell sable, charged with a trefoil or. Motto — " IVrge."
Mtirritd, 1875. Christian Crawfurd, dau. of the late James
MacKnight, W.S. .of Edinburgh; and has Issue — Charles
Edward Stewart Scott. Est). ; Vera Ellen ; Alice Maud ;
Margaret Aimce ; Marie Christian ; and Eileen Agnes.
Postal address— 'V\\c British Legation, Co|)enhagen.

DONALD ALBERT SCOTT. Arniiger. Bom Juno
17, 1856, beinp; the third son of Robert Biigge Scott of
Norwich, by his wife Emily Mary, daughter and heiress of
Robert Tallent of Rushmere, in the county of Suffolk, by
his wife Harriet Sophia Tallent, granddaiighter of Eliza-
beth Rous. Club — Junior Conservative. Armorial boar-
Ingl — He bears for Arms : Party per pale argent and




pean, a saltire nebuly between two cinquetoils in pale, and
as many annulets in fesse all counterchanged ; and for a
Cr«8t, on a wreath of the colours, in front of a wing or,
sem6e of bay leaves proper, a crescent pean ; with the
Motto. " Tace am face." Postal address — Hingham,
Norfolk.

W C01.ONEI. Sir FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM SCOTT,
W Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order
of Saint Michael and Saint George, Companion of the Most
Honourable Order of the Bath, Colonel (retired). Justice of
the Peace for the counties of Midlothian and Suffolk. Born
1834. being the eldest son of the late Carteret George Scott.
Elsquire. of Malleny, by his second wife Emily, daughter of
Admiral Francis Holmes Coffin, Royal Navy. Armo-
rial bearings— Or. on a bend azure, a star between two
crescents of the first (for Scott of Buccleuch). and for
difference, in base an arrow bendways proper, feathered



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and barbed argent, the escutcheon lieing surroimdcd by
the riblx)nofthe Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael
and Saint George, and pendent his badges as a Knif^ht
Commander thereof, and as a Companion of the Most
Honourable Order of the Bath. Crest— A stag lodsed
proper. Motto — "Amo prolws." Married, 1859. .Mary
Olivia, eldest daughter of the late Reverend Edward Ward,
Master of Arts, Rector of East Clandon, in the county of
Surrey; and has Issue — Carteret Cunningham Scott,
Esquire, lK)rn i86a ; Florence Emily Cunningham ; and
Ethel Mary Cunningham. Seats — Malleny Housi-. Halerii.
in the county of Midlothian ; and Bramford Hall, Ipswich
in the county of Suffolk. Residence — Accra, Gold Coasi,
Club — United Service.

JAMES ROBERT SCOTT. Gentleman, Horn Oct 31
1864, being the only son of the late John Charles Addv.
Scott. Esq.. of Great Harr, co, Staffoni, and of Ratlingho(K'
and Norbury, co, Salop, M.A., J. P. cos. Stafford and Salop,
and Fellow of Univ, Coll,. London, by his wife Mahlah
[now of Great Barr, co, Stafford, and Ratlinghoix- and
Norbury, co, Salop], dau. of Jesse Homer of Birfield Cot-
tage, CO. Worcester. Armorial bearingfs Argent, on a
mount of bulrushes in base proper, a bull i)<T.ssant sable, a
chief pean, billett^ or. Mantling vert and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount of bulrusheSj;
stag couchant proper, the dexter foreleg resting on a bif
or. Motto — " Nunquam libertas gratior, " Married, Nd
8. 1890. Kate, dau. of Charles Castelli of West Hill, Putne
and has Issue — Reginald Addyes Scott, Gentleman, b. Li
2,1891; and Dorothy Catherine. Residence — 6Cambri<I
Gate, Regent's Park. London, N.W.

Sir JOHN EDWARD ARTHUR MURRAY SCOT
ist Baronet (Feb. 23. 1899), of Castle House, Lisburn,
.Antrim, and 5 Connaught Place, W. , Barrister-at-~
Trustee of the National Gallery and Trustee of the Walls
Collection, J.P, co. Antrim, Private Secretary to the
Sir Richard Wallace, Bart.. M.P., 1871-1890. Born Fa
23, 1847. being the eldest son of the late John Scott
Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, W. , M.D. , F. R.C.I
D. L. and Bach, is Sciences, Paris, by his wife Alicia Luc
dau. of George St. Vincent Thomas Nelson Murray, D.'
Df Chichester, Sussex, and granddau. of Vice-Adm.
George Murray, K C. B. , Capt. of the Fleet to Lord '.
Armorial bearings — Per fesse argent and azure, on a 1
an estoile between two crescents, all counterchanged ;
escutcheon charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baron«;
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of '
colours, a stag trippant projjer. Motto (over the crest)
" Fidus et fortis." Seat Castle House. Lisburn. Anttin
To^vn residence -j Connaught Place. W. Clubs — Tn
vellers'. Junior Carlton, Marlborough.

5 JOHN HENRY FRANCIS KINNAIRD SCOT
Esquire, of Gala, in the county of Selkirk, Justic
the Peace for the counties of Selkirk and Roxburgh, Uepu
Lieutenant for the county of Selkirk. Born May 10, 185
being the eldest son of the late Hugh Scott, Esquire,
Gala, by his wife Elizabeth Isabella, eldest daughter
heir of Captain Charles Kinnaird Johnstone Gordon, Knig
of the Order of the Lion and Sun, Armorial be
He bears for Arms : Quarterly i and 4 or, on a bend azu
a star of six points between two crescents of the field, in tb
sinister chief point a rose gfules, stalked and leaved vert 1'*
Scott) ; 2 and 3 argent, on a saltire engrailed sable, fi»
escallops or (for Pringle of Galashiels). Upon the esc
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with _
mantling gules doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of hij
liveries is set for Crest, a lady richly attired, holding in th
dexter hand a rose proper. Mottoes — " Prudenter aino;'
under the shield. "Sursum," Seat — Gala House, Gala-
shiels, in the county of Selkirk.

MAHLAH SCO IT, Widow, dau. of Jesse Homer of
Birfield Cottage, co. Worcester, and widow of the late John
Charles Addyes Scott, Esq., of Great Barr, co. Stafibnl,
and of Ratlinghope and Norbury, co, Salop, M.A. and
J.P. for cos. Stafford and Salop. Armorial bearings, on
a lozenge — Argent, on a mount of bulrushes in base pro[)cr
a bull passant sable, a chief pean, billett(?e or. Married
1863 ; and has Issue— An only son. James Robert Scott [to
whom refer]. Seat — Ihe Red House, Great Barr, co.



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Stafford. /Residences — The Manor House, Ratlinghope
6 Cambridge Gate, Regent's Park, N.W.

ROBERT THOMAS CHARLES SCOTT, Gentleman.
Born July i6, 1864, being the only son of Robert Thoma-
Charles Scott, Staff Surgeon, R.N., Deputy- Inspectors
Gen. Hospital of Fleets, D.L. for Zetland, by his wife
Agnes, dau. of Alex. Watson, C.E. Armorial bearings
—Quarterly i and 4, or, on a bend azure, a star between two
crescents of the field, within a bordure engrailed gules, a
crescent for difference ; 2 and 3, azure, three boars' heads
couped within a bordure indented or. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of the liveries, a
boar's head couped or, holding in his mouth four arrows
gules, feathered and headed argent. Married, July 25,
1885, Agnes, second dau. of Laurence Georgeson ; and has
Issue — (i) Robert Thomas Charles Scott, Gentleman, b.
Dec. 13, 1886 ; (2) Alexander James Scott, Gentleman, b.
April 4, 1888 ; Agnes Robina Mary ; Edith Margaret ;
Catherine Watson ; Georgiana Josephine ; and Ella Ethel
Laura Jane. Residence— Mc^hy , Lerwick.

SYDNEY LOUISA SCOTT, Widow, of Betton Strange,
only surviving daughter of the late George Jonathan Scott,
Esquire, Justice of the Peace, of Betton Strange, by his wife
Augusta Frances, youngest daughter of William Wynne of
Peniarth, in the county of Merioneth. Armorial bearings
are, upon a lozenge : Gules, three piles invected argent,
two issuant from the chief and one from the base, each
charged with a catherine-wheel of the first. Married,
February 25, 1868, William Edington Stuart, Esquire, late
Major 15th Hussars, who died 1887 ; and she assumed by
Royal License, 1891, the name and arms of Scott. Of the
above marriage there is Issue — George John Scott, Gentle
man, born November 3, 1870 ; and Marie. Estates — Betton
Strange, in the county of Shropshire ; Peniarthuchaf, in
the county of Merioneth. Postal address — Betton Strange,
Shrewsbury.

The Reverend THOMAS LUCAS SCOTT, M.A.,
Incumbent of St. George's, Dublin, Canon of St. Patrick's
Cathedral, and formerly Rector of Lower Moville, Chaplain
to H.E. the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. Born Aug. 22,
1834, being the second surviving son of the late Major
Thomas Scott of Willsborough, J. P., D. L. , by his second
wife Anne, dau. of the Rev. Edward Lucas. Armorial
bearings — Or, on a bend azure, a mullet between two
crescents of the field, within a bordure engrailed pean,
a crescent for difference. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, an escallop shell sable, charged
with a trefoil or. Motto^" Perge." Married, Feb. 4,
1864, Frances Maria, dau. of the Ven. John Russell, Arch-
deacon of Clogher ; and has had Issue — (i) Thos. Arthur
Scott, b. 1865, d. i8gi ; (2) John Russell Scott, Gentleman,
B.A., b. April 16, 1866; (3) William Lucas Scott, Gentle-
man, b. July 25, 1870 ; Frances Elizabeth ; Mary Monica ;
Norah Leslie ; Agnes Geraldine ; and Kathleen Verena
Story. Postal address — St. George's, Dublin.

WILLIAM EDWARD SCOTT, Esquire, J. P., D.L.
CO. Londonderry (High Sheriff 1857), Capt. and Hon.-Major
Londonderry Militia. Born Jan. 11, 1833, being the eldest
son of the late Major Thomas Scott of Willsborough , J. P.,
D.L. , by his second wife Catherine Elizabeth, eldest dau.
of the Rev. Thos. Richardson. Armorial bearings— Or,
on a bend azure, a mullet between two crescents of the field,
within a bordure engrailed pean. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an escallop shell sable,
charged with a trefoil or. Motto — "Perge." Married, 1861,
Catherine Georgina, dau. of the Ven. Alexander Stuart,
Archdeacon of Ross; and by her (who d. 1865) has had
/«7/^^ Thomas George Stuart Scott, d. 1868 ; Catherine
Elizabeth ; and Anne Frances Emily, d. 1891. Seat —
Willsborough, co. Londonderry.

SCOTT (R.L., 1830, H. Coll). Argent, on a mount of
bulrushes in base proper, a bull passant sable, a chief pean,
billett6 or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, upon a mount of bulrushes, a stag
couchant proper, the dexter fore-leg resting on a billet or.
Motto — " Nunquam libertas gratior."



Son of John Charles Addyes Scott, Esq., J. P., of Great

Barr, Ratlinghope, and Norbury, b. 1830 ; d. 1888 ;

m. 1863, Mahlah (now of Great Barr, Ratlinghope,

and Norbury), d. of Jesse Homer of Birfield Cottage,

Worcester : —

James Robert Scott, Gentleman, b. 1864; m. 1890, Kate,

d. of Charles Castelli of West Hill, Putney ; and has issue —

(i) Reginald Addyes Scott, Gentleman, b. 1891 ; Dorothy

Catherine ; and Vera Gladys.

SCOTT (7 May 1835). Erminois, three Catharine-wheels
sable, a bordure engrailed azure, in chief pendent by a
riband gules, a representation of the silver medal presented
to Sir Hopton Stratford Scott, K.C.B., in approbation of
his services at the siege and capture of Seringapatam, over
all a chief of the fourth, thereon a hill with lines of defence
all proper, superinscribed " Seetabuldee " in letters of gold.
Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
a gryphon passant sable, gorged with an Eastern crown or,
supporting with the dexter fore-claw a flagstaff proper, there-
on flowing to the sinister a banner swallow-tailed gules,
inscribed " Nagpoor" in letters of gold. Motto — " Amo."
Son of late Sir Hopton Stratford Scott, K.C.B. , b.
; d. ; m. : —

Colonel Scott, ^w.— Shankhill, co. Dublin.

SCOTT (L.O.). Or, a lymphad, sails furled and oars
in action sable, flagged gules, surmounted of a bend azure,
charged with a mullet between two crescents argent.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of




his liveries, a stag trippant proper. Motto — " Ready, aye
ready. "

Eld. surv. s. of James Scott, Esq., of Kelly, D.L. cos.

Renfrew, Dumbarton, and Lanark, b. 1810; d. 1884;

tn. 1848, Jane Martha, d. of Andrew Galbraith, Esq.,

D.L. :—
Andrew Corbet Scott, Gentleman, b. 16 May 18 ; tn.
1886, Amy Evelyn Alston-Stewart, eld. d. of Capt. Benjamin
Hallowell-Boxer, R.N.,and Frances Louisa Alston-Stewart,
Lady of the Barony of Urrard, Perthshire, Res. — Barassie
House, Barassie, Troon, Ayrshire; Dalmonach House,
Alexandria, N.B. Clubs — Raleigh, County (Ayr), Western
(Glasgow), Prestwick Club (Prestwick).

[Heirs, his brother James Black Scott, Gentleman, and
Capt. Charles Inglis Scott.]

SCOTT (U.O). Or, on a bend azure, a mullet between
two crescents of the field , a bordure engrailed pean. Mant-
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«sscnllo|>-sheU sable, charged with a trefoil or. Motto —
•• Perge."

Sons oriltotnas Scon, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Wills-
boro',*. 1783; rf. 187a; *». and, 1827, Anne, d. of Rev.
Edward Lucas of Kathconnell : —

William Edward Scott, Esq. , of Willsboro' {f.v.).

Rev. Thomas I.,ucas Scott, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Dub.},
Canon of St. I^itrick's Cathedral, Rector of St. George s
I'iirish, formerly Rector of Lower Moville, i. 1834 ; m.
1864, Frances Maria, d. of Ven. Jo|in Russell, Ardideacon
of Clogher; and has surv. issue (with four daus.) — (i)
John Russell Scott, Gentleman, A. 1866; (a) William Lucas
Scott, Gentleman, *. 187a /fes. — 60 Mountjoy Square.
Dublin.

Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Stewart Scott, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.,
P.C, Ambassador at St. Petersburg 1898-1904; d. 1838;
•». 1875. Christian Crawford, d. of James Macknight, W.S. ,
of Edinburgh ; and has issue — Charles Edward Stewart
Scott, Esq., 3. ; Vera Helen; Alice M.iud ; Margaret

Aimte [*». 1903, Herbert William Davis-GofT]; Marie
Christian ; and Eileen Agnes, /fes.—ig Elvaston Place,
Queen's Gate, S. W. C/«*j— Travellers', St. James's.

SCOTT (H. Coll.). Descending from an early Scotch
settler in Germany, the name being spelt Scott or Schott.
In ancient Latin documents now in possession of the
family the name is Scotus. Col. Scott, mentioned below,
is eleventh in descent from Emerich Schott or Scott of
Braunfels, " Receveur et Conseiller " to his Sovereign Prince
1451-1474, who was, according to MSS. commenced in
1587 by Johann Schott von Schottenborn (and still remaining
in the possession of the family), seventh in descent from
Heinrich Schott or Scott living at Eysenrodt in Nassau in
the 13th century. The family have by Royal Licence and
Dt-ed-Poll reverted to the original spelling of their name as
Scott. Anna — Quarterly argent and gules, the first and




second quarters each charged with a Catherine - wheel
counterchanged. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a catherine-wheel gules between
two ox-horns, party per fesse argent and gules and gules
and argent. Motto — " Le Dieu le Fort Tetemel parleray."
Livery — Drab with red facings.

Son of John George Scott (son of John Daniel Scott

or Schott, and grandson of John Daniel Scott or

Schott, a Major in the Regt. of White Hussars of the

Army of Catherine IL of Russia circa 1768), b. 1815 ;

d. 1858 ; m. 1840, Sarah Anne, d. of James Kinder of

Manchester: —

George Frederick Scott, Esq., late Major and Hon.

Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. The Cheshire Regt., J. P. and D.L. co,

Maioneth (on the Roll for High Sheriff 1907-8), b. 1854 ;



M. 1885, Beatrice Mary, only surv. child of John I^igh
Taylor, Esq.. J.P., D.L. (fljgh Sheriff co. Merioneth
1895), of Penmaenucha, Dolgeliey ; and has issue— Sybil
Mary GeUa. .Sra/j— Penmaenucha, Dolgelley, N. Wales ;
PlasCregennan,Arthog, Merioneth. C/«^— United Service.'

SCOTT of Woll (L.O., c. 1673-7). Or. on a liend
azure, a mullet of six points between two crescents of the
first, in the sinister chief point a rose gules, stalked and
barbed proper, surmounted of an annulet argent. Mant-
llnff gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of his
liveries, a stag trippant, attired with ten tynes proper.
Motto — " Pacem anio." Livery — Blue.

Son of Charles Scott-Plummer, Esq. (formerly Scott),

M.A., J. P. and D.L. , Convener co. Selkirk, b. 1821 ;

d. 1880 ; m. 1857. Sophia, d. of Joseph Goff of Hale

Park, Hants: —
Charles Henry Scott-Plummer, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co.
Selkirk, Convener of Selkirkshire, late Lieut. 86ih Roy.
Irish Rifles, b. 1859. £'j/a/«— Middlestead and Sunderland
Hall. 5tfa/— Sunderland Hall, Selkirk, N. B. Club—Aimy
and Navy.

SCOTT of Dunninald (L.O., 1807). Argent, a fesse
counter-embattled between three lion's heads erased gules.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a wreath of his
liveries, a lion's head erased gules, langued azure. Sup-
porters — (Dexter) an heraldic tiger, gorged with an antique
crown ; (sinister), a stag proper, attired or, collared gules,
and holding in the mouth a tliistle proper. Motto — " S()e
vires augentur."

Son of Sir James Sibbald David Scott, 3rd Bart.,
F.S.A., J. P. and D.L., b. 1814 ; d. 1885; m. 1844,
Harriet Anne, only d. of Henry Shank of Castlerig and
Gleniston, co. Fife: —
Sir Francis David Sibbald Scott, Bart., of Dunninald,
J. P. CO. Berks, Lieut. R.N. (ret.), b. 1851; m. 1878, Jane
Catharine, only surv. d. of A. A. Pearson of Luce, co.
Dumfries ; and has issue — Francis Montagu Sibbald Scott, j,
Esq. , b. 1885 ; Ethel Harriet Sibbald ; Florence OctaviaJ
Sibbald ; Beatrice Ellen Sibbald ; and Evelyn Jane Sibbald. I
Res. — Dunninald, Craneswater Park, Southsea. Club—\
Naval and Military.

SCOTT of Lytchet Minster (H. Coll., 1821). Per pale]
indented argent and pean, a saltire counterchanged. Mant- 1
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours.]
out of park pales erminois, an arm erect vested per pale]
indented argent and gules, cuffed azure, holding in the|



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