1855, Anna, dau. of Murto Dove of Lisbon and Algarv
and has Issue â€” (i) Eyre Massey Shaw, Esq., b. Dec. i|
1855; (2) Bernard Vidal Shaw, Esq., Capt., b. Oct. 21, 185/
(3) Robert Clarina Shaw, Esq. , b. Dec. 14, i860 ; (4) Cecil
O'Brien Shaw, Esq., b. Sept. 9, 1862; Anna; and Maud
Zarita de Gattinara. Postal address -114 Belgrave Road.
Clubs -St. James's, Carlton. Marlborough, Pratt's, I'itt,
New, Ranelagh, Anglais (Paris).
WILLIAM OTHO NICHOLSON SHAW, Esquire,
Retired Major in Earl of Chester's Yeomanry Cavalry,
Justice of the Peace for the County Palatine of Chester,
Bachelor of Arts. Bom May 22, 1846, being the second
son of John Ralph Shaw, Esquire (formerly Nicholson, who
assumed the name of Shaw by Royal License dated January
22, 1837, and arms of Shaw quarterly with those of Nichol-
son), High Sheriff for the county of Chester 1864, Justice of
the Peace, by his wife Fanny Harriet, fourth daughter of the
Reverend William Cruttenden Cruttenden, Master of Arts.
Clubsâ€” Cairhon, Junior Carlton, Travellers'. Liveryâ€” ^^^^
coat, silver lace, blue and white striped waistcoat. Armo-
rial bearingsâ€” He bears for Arms ; Quarterly i and 4,
argent two chevronels between three lozenges ermines (for
Shaw) ; 2 and 3 azure, two bars ermine, in chief three suns
proper (for Nicholson) ; and for his Crests, i. upon a
wreath of the colours, a dove bendy sinister of six argent
and sable, holding in the beak an olive branch proper, the
dexter leg resting on a lozenge as in the arms (for Shaw) ;
2. out of a ducal coronet gules, a lion's head ermine (for
^ is the Military Cockade.
Nicholson) ; with the Motto, " Per castraad astra." Mar-
ried, February 17, 1887, Marie Odette, eldest daughter of
Thomas Henry Exshaw of Bordeaux, by his wife Valentine
Egl^ Panon Desbassaigns de Richemont, daughter of the
Baron de Richemont ; and has Issue â€” Henry Otho Nicholson
Shaw, Gentleman, born July 7, 1889 ; John Ralph Nichol-
son Shaw, Gentleman, born May 18, 1894; Fanny Egl6,
died August 31, 1888 ; and Corinne Odette Egl6. Estate â€”
Sand Hey, Hoylake, in the co. of Chester. Town resi-
dence â€” 35 Queen's Gate, Kensington, London, S.W. Seat
â€” Bishopswood, Ross, Hereford.
SHAW. Sable, a chevron between three lozenges
ermine, on a chief argent, two stags' heads caboshed
the neck argent, gorged with a wreath of roses and pierced
through the nose by an arrow in pale or. MottO â€” "Teip-
sum nosce." Livery â€” Black, silver buttons.
Sons of Henry Shaw, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Derby
and J. P. Lanes., b. 1844; d. 1868; m. , Maria
Butler, d. of James John Wood Staveley by his
wife Margaret, d. of Robert Jones Staveley of
Glanduff Castle, co. Limerick, and Corydon Park,
CO. Dublin : â€”
Arthur Pilkington Shaw, Esq., J. P. co. Derby. B.A. ,
LL.B., Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), 6. 31 May 1870;
m. 28 Apl. 1894, Mary Anna, d. of Anselmo Jos6 da Costa
Ricci, Baron of Portugal, Attache of Portuguese Legation
in London ; and has issue â€” (i) John Arthur Pilkington
Shaw, Gentleman, 6. 20 July 1895 ; (2) Henry Staveley
Pilkington Shaw, Gentleman, l>. 22 Apl. 1897. Seat â€”
Whitehall, nr. Buxton. Ciuis â€” Bath, Derby County
(Derby), Union (Brighton).
Percy Shaw, Gentleman, 6. 1872. Hes. â€” Fern, Buxton.
Harold Shaw, Esq., Capt ist Lanes. Fus., i. 1875.
/^es. â€” Gibraltar.
Leonard Shaw, Gentleman, 6. 1880.
Gerald Shaw, Gentleman, Lieut. 2nd South Lanes. Regt. ,
d. 1881. ^Â«.â€” Shorncliffe.
Son of Thomas Slagg Shaw, Lieut, sth Fus., i. 1842 ;
m. 1864 ; d. 1869 : â€”
Thomas Henry Shaw, Gentleman, i. 1867. J^es. â€” S.
The Very Rev. ROBERT JAMES SHAW-HAMIL-
TON, Clerk in Holy Orders, D.D., Dean of Armagh;
assumed name and arms of Hamilton by Royal Licence,
of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crestâ€” On
a wreath of the colours, a hind's head couped at
dated March 3, 1889. Born July 11, 1840, being the eldest
son of the Rev. Matthew James Shaw, B.A. , formerly
Vicar of Kilmactraney, co. Sligo, by his second wife
I is the Naval Cockade.
Ludnda, dau. of Robert King Duke of New Park, co.
Sliga Livtry â€” Blue with gold facings. Armorial bear-
ings â€” Quarterly i and 4, per saltirc gules and azure, a
galley, sails furled and oars in action or, between three
cinquefoils pierced argent (for Hamilton) ; a and 3 azure,
ttuve covercil cups or, on a chief ermine, as many crosses
patte gules (fi<r Shaw). Oreata â€” i. on a wreath of the
colours, in front of two battle-axes in saltire, nn oak tree
fructed all proper, the trunk transfixed with a frame-saw or
(for Hamilton) ; a. on a wreath of the colours, a pelican in
her piety projier, charged with a covered cup gules (for
Shaw), mottoeaâ€” For the first crest, "Through"; over
the seeond crest. " I die for those I love." Married, Feb.
6, 1873, Miuy Jane Hamilton, dau. of Robert Cope Hardy
of Armagh; and has Issueâ€” (i) Warham Jemmett Shaw-
Hamilton, Gentleman, b. Jan. ao, 1874 [m.. 1901, Alice
Beatrice, dau. of John Louis Emil Dreyer [whom see], and
has issue, Robert Jemmett Shaw -Hamilton, Gentleman, b.
190a; John Dreyer Shaw-Hamilton, Gentleman, b. 1904];
(a) Robert Cope Hardy Shaw-Hamilton, Gentleman, b.
Sept. 7, 1877 [m., 1903, Helen Marguerite, dau. of Col. H.
W. Brackenbury, R.A., and has issue, Robert Oswald
Herbert Shaw-Hamilton, Gentleman, b. 1904]; and Isa-
bella Hardy [m., 1896, Benjamin Banks Ferrar, M.D.l.
Residences â€” 5 Charlemont Place, Armagh ; Greenhill, Kil-
liney, co. Dublin. C/tt3â€” University (Dublin).
THOMAS BRADNEY SHAW-HELLIER. Esq.. J. P.
cos. Middlesex, Stafford, and Worcester, Col. 4th R. Irish
Dragoon Guards, and Commandant R. Military School of
Music (Hounslow). Bom 1836, being the only son of the
late Thomas Shaw-Hellier of the Wodehouse. Club â€”
Windham. Armorial bearingsâ€” Quarterly i and 4, azure
a chevron argent, gutl^de-sang, between three nmllets or
(for Hellier) ; a and 3 or, a chevron invected piean between
three eagles displayed sable (for Shaw). Mantling azure
and argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a cock argent, gutt6e-de-sang, combed and wattled
gules (for Hellier) ; a. upon a wreath of the colours, a hind's
head quarterly argent and or, pierced through the neck with
an arrow, headed azure, the feather broken and dropping
argent (for Shaw). Seat â€” The Wodehouse, Wombourne,
azure (for Mtldmay) ; a. on a wreath of the colours, six
arrows interlaced saltireways three and three proper within
an annulet or (for Lefevre) ; 3. on a wreath of the colour
a talbot ermines, charged on the body with two cross cro ,
lets fesseways or, holding in the mouth a cross crosslet fitch6
sable, and resting the dexter foreleg on an escutcheon of th
arms of Shaw. Motto -" Alia ta Hara." Married,
19, 189a, Isabel Emily, dau. of the Rev. Charles ArundellStl
SJOHN SHAW-KENNEDY, Esquire, J. P. and D.L.
for the county of Ayrshire, late 43rd Regt. Light Inf.
Born June 9, 1826, being the eldest son of the late General
Sir James Shaw- Kennedy, K.C.B. , Col. 47th Regt. Clubs
â€” Army and Navy, Ayr County (Ayr), New (Edinburgh).
Liveryâ€” Red and silver. Armorial bearin'gsâ€” Argent, a
chevron gules, between two cross crosslets fitch^e in chief
and a boar's head in base Bable. Mantling gules doubled
argent. Crest â€” On a wreath of his liveries, a palm-branch
projier. Motto (on an escroU above) â€” " Malim esse probus
quam haberi." Married, firstly, 1848, Eleanor Green, dau.
of J. Green Wilkinson ; and secondly, 1875, Louisa A., eld.
dau. of late J. W. Ogle of Beckenham, Kent ; and by
his first marriage has Issueâ€” (1) James Frederick Shaw-
Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1848; (2) Henry John Shaw-
Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1850; (3) Vernon Primrose Shaw-
Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1855 ; (4) Frederick David Charles
Shaw-Kennedy, Gentleman, b. 1858; Mary; and Eleanor.
Seat â€” Kirkmichael, Maybole, N. B. Town residence â€”
I South Eaton Place, S. W.
GERALD ANTHONY SHAW-LEFEVRE-ST. -JOHN-
MI LDMAY, Esquire. Assumed by Royal Licence
1900, the additional surnames and arms of Shaw-Lefevre.
Born Oct 30, i860, being the second son of Sir Henry
Bouverie Paulet St. John-Mildmay, Bart. , by his wife, the
Hon. Helena Shaw-Lefevre, dau. of the late Rt. Hon.
Viscount Eversley. Liveryâ€” DziV. blue and silver. Ar-
morial bearingsâ€” Quarterly 1 and 4, argent, three lions
rampant azure, armed and langued gules (for Mildmay) ;
2. sable, a chevron argent, between two trefoils slipped in
chief and a bezant in base surmounted by a cross pat^e
or (for Lefevre); 3. argent, a chevron invected ermines
on a chief sable, twotalbots" heads erased or (for Shaw),
impaling the same arms of Mildmay, namely argent, three
lions rampant azure. Mantling azure and argent. Crestsâ€”
I, on a wreath of the colours, a lion rampant guardant
John-Mildmay of Hazlegrove, Somerset ; and has Issue-^
Anthony Shaw-Lefevre-St. John-Mildmay, Gentleman, b.\
Aug. 12, 1894; and Helena. Residence â€” Trewsbury House,]
Cirencester. Clubs â€” Travellers', Isthmian.
Sir MICHAEL HUGH SHAW-STEWART, dghtl
Baronet, of Greenock and Blackhall, in the co. of Renfrew,!
M.P., D.L. Bom July 11, 1854, being the son of Sirj
Michael Robert Shaw-Stewart, seventh Baronet, by his*
wife Lady Octavia, sixth dau. of the Most Hon. Sir
Richard Grosvenor, second Marquess of Westminster,
K.G. Armorial bearings â€” Quarterly i and 4, or a
fesse chequy azure and argent, over all a lion rampant
gules (for Stewart of Blackhall) ; 2 and 3 azure, three
covered cups or (for Shaw of Greenock). Upon the
escutcheon, from which is pendent by an orange-tawny
ribbon his badge as a Baronet of Nova Scotia, is
placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling
gules doubled argent ; and upon wreaths of his liveries
are set for Crests, i. a lion's head erased gules, armed
and langued azure ; 2. a demi-savage wreathed about
the head and middle with laurel, and holding a club over
his shoulder proper. Supporters â€” On the dexter a lion
rampant gules, armed and langued azure, gorged with
a collar chequy argent and azure ; and on the sinister, a
savage wreathed round the head and middle with laurel
leaves, and holding a club over his shoulder all proper.
Mottoes (over the crests) â€” " Spero mchora," and " I mean
well." Married, Nov. 14, 1883, Lady Alice Emma,
dau. of the Most Hon. the Marquess of Bath. Resi-
dences â€” 20 Mansfield Street, London, W. ; Ardgowan,
ERNEST BENTLEY SHAW-YATES. Born 1870,
being the eldest son of the late Robert Bentley Shaw- Yates,
is the Mllitaiy Cockade,
Esq., of Oakwood Grange, by Elizabeth Ellen, only child of
James Yates of Oakwood Hall, and grandson of the late
Bentley Shaw of Woodfield. Armorial bearingsâ€” Argent,
on a chevron engrailed erminois, between two goats' heads
erased in chief argent and a goat in base of the last, three
pellets. Mantling azure and or ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a goat's head
erased argent, armed or, charged on the neck with a pellet,
and surmounting two branches of oak in saltire proper,
Captain LAURENCE PAULET SH AWE-STOREY,
late R. M., who assumed by Royal Licence in 1873 the
name of Storey. Born , being the son of
Armorial bearings â€” Quarterly i and 4, quarterly indented
argent and sable, three falcons counterchanged, and for
distinction in the first quarter a cross crosslet of the second
(for Storey) ; 2 and 3, argent, a chevron ermine, cotised
sable, between three lozenges in chief, and one in base of
the second (for Shawe). Mantling sable and argent.
Crests â€” I. on a wreath of the colours, a falcon sable,
within a chaplet of laurel proper, charged on the breast
with an Eastern crown or, and for distinction charged also
with a cross crosslet gold ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
hind's head couped argent, charged with three lozenges, one
and two ermine, holding in the mouth an arrow in pale or,
flighted argent. Motto â€” " Sola virtus reddit nobilem."
Married, 1872, Emmeline Anne, eldest dau. of the late
Henry Shum-Storey of Arcot. Seat â€” Arcot Hall, Cram-
tower triple-towered argent, masoned sable. Mantling
gules, doubled argent. Crest â€” On a wreath of his liveries,
a garb or, banded with a serpent proper. Motto â€” "Vive
ut postea vivas." Residence â€” Simla, India.
GEORGE SHEDDEN, Esquire, J. P. for the co. of
Southampton, Lord of the Lordship of Pauler's Pury.
Born Oct. 27, 1856, being the eldest son of Roscow Cole
Shedden, by his wife Charlotte Joanna, dau. of James
Fitchett Burrell. Clubsâ€” KoyzX Victoria Yacht (Ryde).
Liveryâ€” Blue and silver. Armorial bearingsâ€” Azure,
on a chevron between three griffins' heads erased argent,
as many cross crosslets fitch^e gules, on a chief of the
second an escallop shell of the first, between two cinque-
foils of the third. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a mantling gules doubled argent ;
and on a wreath of his Jiveries is set for Crest, a hermit
proper, couped below the shoulders, vested russet, his hood
pendent at the back; with the Motto, " Fidem meam
observabo." Married October 7, 1880, Alice Sarah,
daughter of Caleb Hammond Gater; and has Issue â€” (i)
Roscow George Shedden, Gentleman, born May 13, 1882 ;
(2) Edward Claude Shedden, Gentleman, born Jan. 12,
1885 ; (3) Graham Percival Shedden, Gentleman, born
July 27, 1886 ; Ahce Katharine Beatrix ; Constance Evelyn ;
and Mary Eleanor Goodrich. Estates â€” Spring Hill, East
Cowes, Isle of Wight ; Pauler's Pury Park, in the county
of Northampton ; Hardmead, in the county of Bucking-
ham. Postal address â€” Spring Hill, East Cowes, Isle of
Lieutenant-Colonel JOHN.STON SHEARER. Born
â€” , being the son of the late Johnston Shearer of Aber-
deen, by his wife Margaret Miller. Armorial bearings â€”
Gules in chief two reaping-hooks proper, and in base a
The Rev. THOMAS SHEEPSHANKS, M.A. (Camb.),
of Arthington Hall, co. York, Lord of the Manor and
Patron of the living of Arthington. Born March 24, 1819,
being the son of the late William Sheepshanks of Arthing-
ton, near Otley, co. York, by his wife Sarah, dau. of Lucas
Nicholson of Leeds. Armorial bearings â€” Azure, a
chevron erminois, between in chief three roses and in base a
sheep passant argent. Mantling azure and or ; and for his
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a
sheep passant argent. Motto â€” " Perseverando. " Married,
first, Aug. 16, 1849, Margaret, third dau. of Nathaniel
Milner of Wragby, co. York ; and by her (who died July 21,
1880) has Issue â€” WiUiam Sheepshanks, Esq., M.A. Trin.
Coll., Cam., J. P. and County Councillor, Barrister-at-Law
of the Inner Temple, b. Jan. 26, 1851 [m., Oct. 12, 1876,
Emily Florence, elder dau. of Rev. Henry G. S. Blunt,
Rector of St. Andrew's, Holborn, and has issue] ; Catherine
Sarah Eleanor, d. Sep. 4, 1855. He m. secondly, Dec. 14,
1882, Julia Maria Anne, elder dau. of Andrew Grieve, Esq.,
W.S., and J. P., of Edinburgh; and by her hasâ€” Richard
Hasell Sheepshanks, Gentleman, b. Feb. 19, 1885; Charles
JohnHarcourt Sheepshanks, Gentleman, b. March 31, 1886 ;
Dorothy Agnes, b. March 15, 1888. Seats â€” Arthington
Hall, Leeds; Park Place, Harrogate; and Stokelake
House, Chudleigh, Devon. Postal address â€” Harrogate.
Club â€” National.
SHEFFIELD, quartered by LANGRISHE.
SHEFFIELD (H. Coll.). Ermine, on a chevron azure,
with two cotises engrailed between three garbs gules, an
anchor erect or, between two bezants. Mantling gules
and argent. Crestâ€” On a wreath of the colours, a garb
in fesse or, surmounted with a boar's head and neck erased
azure, langued and crined or. Motto â€” " Divino tuta-
Son of : â€”
Henry James Sheffield, Gentleman, b. . Pes. â€”
57 Ferntower Road, Highbury New Park, London, N.
CHARLES EDWARD SHEFFIELD, Gentleman,
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries. Born
Dec. 2, 1859, being the only son of Charles Sheffield,
Gentleman, b. 1828, d. 1873, rn. 1854, Emma, dau.
of Edward Archer. Armorial bearingsâ€” Ermine, on
a chevron azure, with two cotises engrailed between
three garbs gules an anchor erect or, between two
is tlie Naval Cockade,
bexants. Mantling gules and argent. Oreitâ€” On a
wreath of the colours, a garb in fesse or, surmounted
with a t>oar's head and neck erased azure, langued and
crinc<l or. MottOâ€” " Divino tutaniine." AfarrieJ, May
21, 1885, Kdith Klizabeth, dau. of William Watkinsof Pan-
tyffynon, Pembrokeshire; and has /jjktâ€” (i) Ronald Fraser
Sheffield, Gentleman, i. Junes, 1893 ; (2) Alan MacGregor
Sheffield, Gentleman, d. Oct. 23, 1895 ; Vera Helen ; Isabel
Emma ; Margaret Edith ; and Joan Eleanor. /Residenceâ€”
Romford, Essex. Clud â€” Junior Constitutional.
SHELDON, quartered by LANE.
SHIELDS, see WENTWORTH-SHIELDS.
HENRY JAMES SHELDON, Esq.. B.A. Camb., J. P.
cos. Worcester and Warwick, High Sheriff co. Worces-ter
i860. Born Sept. 12. 1823, being the second but eldest
surviving son of the late Edward Ralph Charles Sheldon,
E^., J. P. and D.L.. M.P. for South Warwickshire, and
Major of the Warwickshire Militia, by his wife Marcella,
only child of ITiomas Meredith Winstanley of Lisson Hall,
CO. Dublin. Armorial bearings â€” Sable, a fesse argent,
between three sheldrakes proper. Mantling sable and
argent. Crestâ€” On a wreath of the colours, a sheldrake
proper. MottO â€” "Optimum pati." Married, April 3.
1852, Alicia Mary, widow of William Oakeley of Oakeley,
Salop, and dau. of Gen. Sir Evan Lloyd, by his wife the
Dowager Lady Trimleston. 5m^â€” Brailes House, Ban-
bury, CO. Warwick.
WATSON SHENNAN, Gentleman. Bom Jan. 29,
1837, being the sixth son of the late Robert Shennan of
Lairdlaugh, by his wife Catherine, dau. of James M'Millan.
Armorial bearingsâ€” Parted per bend vert and or, in the
sinister chit-f a ram's head caboshed argent, armed of the
second, and in dexter bnse a lion rampant sable. Mantling
vert and or. Crestâ€” On a wreath of his liveries, on .a
dexter gauntlet or, a falcon close perched proper. Motto
(over the crest) â€” " Virtute duce." Married, June 17, 1885,
Grace, dau. of Rev. William Burnett, Minister of Half
Morton, co. Dumfries; and has Issue â€” (i) Watson Doujjlas
Shennan, Gentleman, b. June 30, 1887 ; (a) Launcclot Stuart
Burnet Shennan, Gentleman, b. Oct. 12, 1891 ; and
Grace Burnet. JiendeHceâ€”CoaicaX Hills, Otago, New
HERBERT SHEPHERD- CROSS. Esq., M.P. for
Bolton-le-Moors, formerly Major Duke of Lancaster's Own
Yeo. Cav. , J.I', for Lancashire and Herts, and County
Councillor for Herts, Hadham Division. Assumed the ad-
ditional name and arms of Shepherd by Royal Licence
1884. Born 1847, being the son of the late Thomas Cross,
Esq., J. P. of Ruddington Hall, Notts, and Mortfield, Lan-
cashire, by his wife Ellen, dau. of Joseph Mann of Liver-
pool. Armorial bearings- Quarterly i and 4, quarterly,
argent and gules, a fountain proper between four crc
crosslets counterchanged of the field (for Cross) ; 2 and ;
azure, within two chevronels a fleur-de-lis between two mu
lets, all between two fieurs-de-lis in chief, and a mullet ill
base or (for Shepherd). Mantling gules and argent
Crests â€” I. on a wreath of the colours, a stork proper, res
ing the dexter foot on a fountain, and holding in the bea
a cross crosslet all between eight bulrushes, four on eithe
side (for Cross) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, on a mounj]
vert, a ram passant in front of a gate, and all between two
trees. Married, firstly, 1870, Lucy Mary Shepherd, dau. <
the late Rev. John Shepherd Birley, M.A., j.P. of Kirk|
ham, Lancashire ; secondly, 1895, P. Penelope, dau.
James Hortor of Edinburgh. Residences â€” 19 Queen'<|
Gate Gardens, S.W. ; Hamels Park, near Buntingford
Herts. Clubs â€” Carlton, Junior Carlton.
THEOPHILUS SHEPSTONE, Esquire, Companion
of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and SainlJ
George. Bom 1843, being the son of the late Sir Theophilu
Shepstone, Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished!
Order of Saint Michael and Saint George ; was created Cor
panion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and
Saint George, 1880. Clubs â€” Verulam, Victoria (Pieter-|
maritzburg), Natal (Durban). Armorial bearing^ â€” He
bears for Arms : Argent, on a fesse vert, a lion couchant orJ
a chief azure, thereon an anchor erect with cable of the third/
between two assegais in saltire projjer ; and for his Crest
upon a wreath of the colours, a demi - eagle displaye
argent, gorged with a wreath of oak vert, in front of two
assegais in saltire projjer. Married, i^b-j, Helen Louis
Maude, daughter of General Sir J. J. Bisset, Knight Com^
mander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Micha
and Saint George, Companion of the Most Honourable
Order of the Bath. Postal address â€” Pietermaritzburg
The Right Honourable EDWARD LEN03
DUTTON, Baron Sherborne of Sherborne, in the count^
of Gloucester, Bachelor of Arts, Justice of the Peace foe
the county of Gloucester. Born April 23, 1831, beinÂ£
the son of the Right Honourable the third Baron Sher^^
borne, by his first wife Elizabeth, commonly called Lady
Elizabeth Howard, daughter of the Right Honourable
the sixteenth Earl of Suffolk ; succeeded his father in
1883, under the creation of May 20, 1784. Armoi
bearings â€” He bears for Arms : Quarterly argent and gules, ^
in the second and third quarters a fret or, a crescent
sable for difference. Above the escutcheon is placed the
coronet of his rank, and thereupon a helmet befitting his
degree, with a mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, a plume of five ostrich feathers
argent, azure, or, vert and purpure ; and for Supporters,
on either side of the escutcheon a wolf argent, gorged with
a collar azure, charged with three garbs or. Motto â€” " Ser-
vabo fidem." Married, July 5, 1894. Emily Theresa,
daughter of the late Baron de Stern. Heir presumptive
â€” His brother, the Reverend Canon Frederick George
is the Military Cockade.
Button, commonly known as the Reverend the Honourable
Frederick George Dutton, Canon of Gloucester Cathedral,
Master of Arts, Vicar of Bibury, born 1843. Residences â€”
a wreath of the colours, a pelican in her piety proper,
charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lis azure. Motto â€”
" Prest pour mon pais." Married, October 17, 1874,
4 Hyde Park Gate, S.W. ; Sherborne House, near
Northleach, in the county of Gloucester.
SHERLOCK (U.O.). Per pale argent and azure, three
fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest â€” On a wreath of the colours, a pelican in her piety.
Sons of David Sherlock of Stillorgan Castle, co. Dublin,
Serjeant-at-Law, M.P. , Q.C., b. 1816 ; d. 1884; tn.
1843, Elizabeth, d. of John Thierri : â€”
Thomas Thierri Sherlock, Gentleman, b. 1844 ; m. 1873,
Letitia Mary, d. of Sir John Nugent, 3rd Bart., of Ballin-
lough ; and has issueâ€” David Thomas Joseph Sherlock,
Gentleman, b. 1881. Res. â€”
David Sherlock, Esq., J.P., D.L., Barrister-at-Law,
b. 1850; m. 1873, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Edward Murphy
of Castle Connell ; and has issue â€” (i) David Christopher
Eustace Sherlock, Gentleman, b. 1879 ; (2) Gerard Lourdes
Sherlock, Gentleman, b. 1884; (3) Edward Mary Sherlock,
Gentleman, b. 1886. 5raifâ€” Rahan Lodge, King's Co.
Res. â€” 71 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin.
WRIGHT SHERLOCK, Esquire, Lieutenant-Colonel
(retired) late 18th Regiment. Born September 8, 1838,
being ihe eldest son of the late George Sherlock of
Carrigduve and Barradaw, in the county of Cork,
and Loskearin, in the county of Waterford, by his wife
Elizabeth Mary, daughter of Thomas Perrott, Esquire,
Justice of the Peace, of Upland, Fermoy, in the county of
Cork. Club â€” Army and Navy. Livery â€” Azure blue with
white facings, silver buttons. Armorial bearings â€” He
bears for Arms : Per pale argent and azure, two fleurs-de-
lis counterchanged, on a canton gules a pelican proper.
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon
Ellen Edith Lloyd, daughter of John Stratford CoUins,
Esquire, Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, of
Wythall, Walford, in the county of Hereford (she died
May 16, 1892); and has Issueâ€” \i) George Wright Strat-
ford Sherlock, Gentleman, Lieut. 6th Gurkha Rifles, b.
Feb. 16, 1877; (2) John Kyrle Perrott Sherlock, Gentleman,
b. Dec. 26, 1887; Eleanor Edith Lloyd; Elizabeth Mary