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James, H.E. I.C.S. , of Helston, Cornwall, at one time com-
manding the northern division of the Madras army ; and
has/«K^— (i) Dudley Herbert Cecil Strickland, Gentleman,
b. 1869 ; (2) Cecil St. Leger Strickland, Gentleman, b. 1876 ;
Ethel Beatrice; Augusta Blanche [m., 1897, Capt. Louis
Jean Bolls, Devonshire Regt.] ; and Lillian Grace. Resi-
dence — The Rise, Dawlish, Devon. C/j/i— Junior United
Service.

H WALTER CHARLES STRICKLAND, Esquire,
© J. P. and D.L. Bom Sept. 5, 1825, being the eldest
son of the late Thomas Strickland of Sizergh, by his wife
Mademoiselle Gasparine Ursule Ida, youngest dau. of the
Baron de Fingerlin Bischingen. Armoiial bearings —
Sable, three escallops argent. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a bundle of holy vert,
fructed gules, banded round the middle with a wreath
argent and sable. Motto — "Sans mal." Married, 1866,
Rosetta Emmeline, 3rd dau. of Charles Medex of Brussels ;
and has Issue — (i) Roger Walter Strickland, Gentleman,
formerly Lieut, sth Batt. R.I. Fusiliers, b. Nov. i, 1867;
Ida Matilda; Mabel Susan, d. unm. , April 6, 1897;
Henrietta Maria ; and Mary Emma. Seat — Sizergh Castle,
Kendal, Westmorland. C/k^— Junior Carlton, S.W.

HENRY STRICKLAND-CONSTABLE, Esq., B.A. of
Trin. ColL (Cantab.), and J. P. for E. Riding of the co. of
York. Bom 1821, being the younger son of the late Sir
George Strickland, 7th Bart., of Boynton, by Mary, only
child and heir of the late Rev. Charles Constable of Was-
sand (whose name he has assumed). Livery (dress) — Dark
blue coats and breeches, yellow waistcoats ; (undress) —
Dark blue, with yellow collars. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly i and 4, gules and vair, over all a bend or (for
Constable) ; 2 and 3 gules, a chevron or, between three
crosses patte argent, on a canton ermines, a stags head
couped proper (for Strickland). Mantling gules and
argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a ship with tackle, guns, and apparel, all or (for
Constable) ; 2. up>on a wreath of the colours, a turkey-
cock in his pride sable, membered and wattled gules (for
Strickland). Married, 1859, Cornelia Charlotte Anne,
voungest dau. of the late Col. and Lady Sophia Dumaresq
(sister of George, 5th Earl of Lanesborough) ; and has had
Issue — (i) Frederic Charles Strickland-Constable, Esq.,
J. P. for E.R. Yorks, late Capt. R. H. Guards, b. March 16,
i860 [<w., 1898. Margaret, dau. of Admiral Hon. T. A.
Pakenham] ; (2) Marmaduke Strickland-Constable, Gentle-
man, Secretary of H.M. Legation at Stockholm, *. March



4, i86a, d. Dec. 29, 1898; Ethel \m., 1880, Capt. Hon.
Francis Johnstone, and d. 1891, leaving issue] ; Rosamond ;
Mary Sophia [m., 1897, John Bulteel of Pamflete]; and
Lucy Winifred. iVa/— Wassand Hall, Hull.

STRINGER, quartered by HALSEY.

STRIVELIN, quartered by HEYWOOD-JONES.
LONGUEVILLE, and WILLDING-JONES.

STRONG (H. Coll.). Per fesse or and argent, a cross
pat6e between a leopard's face in the first and fourth
quarters, and a martlet in the second and third all azure.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, upon a rock proper, a griffin sejant azure, sem6 of
crosses pat^ argent, supporting with the dexter fore-claw
an annulet or, encircling a portcullis with chains of the
second. Motto — " Dominus fortitudo mea."

Sons of Thomas Banks Strong of St. John's Road,
Putney, late of the Adj.-Gens. Dept. of the War
Office, b. 1825; d. 1904; nt. 1857: —

The Very Rev. Thomas Banks Strong, D.D. (Oxon.),
Dean of Christchurch, Oxford, b. 1861. lies. — Oxford.

S. Arthur Strang, Gentleman, M.A., Librarian to the
House of Lords (d. 1904), b. 1863 ; m. 1897, Eu^eni^
Sellers, LL.D. Hes. — 36 Grosvenor Road, London, S.W.
Club — Burlington Fine Arts.

Rowland Strong, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res. — Paris.

ANTHONY ALOYSIUS STRONG- HUSSEY, Esq.,
J. P. CO. Dublin. Bom 1850, being the eldest son of the ,
late Malachi Strong - Hussey, Esq., J. P. and D. L. , of
Westown House, by Charlotte Isaliella, second dau. of the
late R. A. Fitzgerald. Armorial bearings— Barry of six
ermine and gules, on a canton of the last a cross or. Mant-
ling gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath
of the colours, a hind passant argent beneath a tree proper.
Motto — "Cor immobile." Married, 1884, Mary, only dau,
of the late Richard Henry Shell. Seat — Westown, Bal-
briggan, Dublin.

SSiR JAMES HENRY STRONGE, sth Baronet (June
22, 1803), of Tynan Abbey, co. Armagh, M.A. Oxon.,
Barrister-at-Law, High Sheriff co. Tyrone 1880, and of
CO. Armagh 1885, Major late 4th Batt. Royal Inniskilling
Fusiliers. Bom Dec. 8, 1849, being the elder son of the
late Sir John Calvert Stronge, 4th Bart., by his wife Lady
Margaret Zoe Caulfeild, only dau. of the Hon. Henry
Caulfeild, and sister of Rt. Hon. James Molyneux, 3rd
Earl of Charlemont, K.P. Armorial bearings— Quar-
terly I and 4, argent, a chevron wavy sable between three
lozenges azure, in the centre chief point an estoile gules (for
Stronge); 2. argent, an eagle displayed or (for Manson);
3, quarterly i. and iiii. , or, a ship of one mast sable ; ii. and
iii., gules, a fesse chequy argent and azure (for Echlin) ; the
escutcheon charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet.
Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of
the colours, an eagle with two heads displayed sable,
beaked and legged azure, langued gules. Motto— "Ten-
tanda via est." Married, Oct. 7, 1885, Ethel Margaret,
dau. of Col. Ynyr Henry Burges, co. Tyrone ; and has j
/««*- James Matthew Stronge, Esq., b. Jan. lo, 1891;!
Zoe Edith; Daphne Helen; Rose Ethel; Jessy; and Joy^
Winifred. 5tfa/j — Tynan Abbey and Fellows Hall, co.
Armagh ; Mulnavar Lodge, co. Tyrone.

S GEORGE HERBERT STRUTT, Esquire, J. P. and
D.L. Bom April 21, i8s4, being the eldest son of j
the late George Henry Strutt, Esq., J.P- and D.L., by
his wife Agnes Anne, only dau. of Edward Ashton of West
End, Prescot, in the co. of Lancaster. Armorial bearings
as recorded in the College of Arms— Per pale sable and
azure, two chevronels engrailed between three cross crosslets
fitch^e or. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befit-
ting his degree. Mantling sable and or. Crest — Upon a
wreath of the colours, in front of rays of the sun, a cubit
arm erect vested bendy of six or and sable, cuffed argent,
holding in the hand a roll of paper proper. Motto — "Pro-
positi tenax." Armorial bearings as used, but for which
no authority has been officially established, are — Sable, a
chevron ermine between three cross crosslets or. Crest — A
dexter cubit arm habited proper, charged with a cross cross-
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paper. Married, firstly, 1876, Edith Adela (d. 1897),
eldest dau. of Major Charles Yelverton, Balguy ; and has
Issue — With five daughters, two sons, George Ashton Strutt,




Gentleman, b. 1878 ; and Anthony Herbert Strutt, b. 1895.
He married secondly, Emily, dau. of the late Rev. R.
Hind, formerly Chaplain R.N. Seat — Makeney House,
near Derby.

STUART, quartered by ADAMSON and VERS-
CHOYLE.

STUART, see CONSTABLE-MAXWELL-STUART,
CRAWFURD- STIRLING-STUART, HARINGTON-
STUART. MONTAGU-STUART-WORTLEY,
MONTAGU - STUART - WORTLEY - MACKENZIE,
NIBLOCK-STUART, and VILLIERS-STUART.

§ ALEXANDER STUART, Esquire, of Inchbreck, in
the CO. of Kincardine, and Laithers, in the co. of Aber-
deen, J. P., D.L. , M.A. , head and present representative of
the families of Stuart of Inchbreck and Sibbald of Kair. Born
June 8, 1832, being the only son of the late Alexander Stuart,
Esquire, of Laithers and Inchbreck, by his wife Isabella,
second daughter of John Lawson, Esquire, Captain Royal
Navy. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms : Or, a
fesse chequy azure and argent between a lion passant
in chief and a rose in base gules, all within a bordure en-
grailed and gobonated compon(5 of the second and third,
and impaling the arms of Arbuthnott, namely azure, a
crescent between three mullets argent. Upon the escutcheon
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling
gules doubled argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries
is set for Crest, a civet-cat couchant proper. Motto —
"Semper paratus." Married, June 21, 1864, the Hon-
ourable Clementina Arbuthnott, daughter of John, ninth
Viscount Arbuthnott ; and has Issue — (i) John Stuart,
Gentleman, born April 20, 1877 ; (2) Murray Stuart Stuart
Gentleman, born September 27, 1878 ; and Clementina
Graham [»«., 1897, A. E. F. Morrison, junr. , of Bognis].
Residence — Laithers House, Turriff, in the county of Aber-
deen.

CHARLES GORDON STUART, Gentleman. Born
1862, being the son of James Meliss Stuart, Esq., F. R.G.S.
and F.S.A. (Scot.), of Eriska, J. P. for co. Argyll, and
formerly a merchant in New Zealand, by his wife Mary,
eldest dau. of the late John Gordon of Glasgow. Armorial
bearings "Pe fesse or and argent, a fesse chequy azurer
and of the second, surmounted of a bend gules, in base a



galley oars in action sable. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a pelican feeding her
young or, in a nest azure. Motto — " Vulnere vires-
cens."

S Major - General Sir EDWARD ANDREW
STUART, 3rd Baronet (May 5, 1841), Col. Royal
Scots Lothian Regt., Lieut. -Gov. of Chelsea Hospital
Born Dec. 20, 1832, being the second but elder surviving
son of the late Sir James Stuart, 1st Bart., LL.D., by his
wife Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Alexander Robertson.
Armorial bearings- Or, a fesse chequy azure and ermine,
between in chief two crosses patt^e gules, and in base a
thistle proper, all within a bordure of the second ; the es-
cutcheon charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a Roman fasces fesseways, therefrom issuant
a demi-lion rampant, holding in the dexter paw a thistle.
Motto —" Justitiae propositique tenax." Residence —
98 Eaton Square, S.W. Clubs — Army and Navy, United
Service.

GEORGE JOHN STUART, Gentleman. Born Novem-
ber 3, 1870, being the only son of the late Major W.
Edington Stuart, late of the isth Hussars, by his wife
Sydney Louisa, now Scott [to whom refer], only surviving
daughter of the late George Jonathan Scott, Esquire, and
who assumed by Royal Licence in the year 1891, the name
and arms of Scott. Armorial bearings— He bears for
Arms : Quarterly i and 4, gules three piles invected argent,
two issuant from the chief and one from the base, each
charged with a catherine-wheel of the first (for Scott) ;
2 and 3 or, a fesse chequy azure and argent, in base a
savage's head couped proper (for Stuart). Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mant-
ling gules and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of
the colours, in front of a demi-griffin sable, beaked gules,
holding between the claws an escarbuncle or, a demi-cath-
erine-wheel argent ; with the Motto, " Recte faciendo
neminem timeas." Married, Oct. 22, 1898, Bessie, dau.
of the late Norman Torquil Macleod of Drynoch, Isle of
Skye, and widow of Walter Paterson Dick. Postal ad-
dress — Betton Strange, Shrewsbury ; Peniarthuchaf, Towyn,
Merioneth.

THOMAS PETER ANDERSON STUART, Gentle-
man, of the Univ. of Sydney, New South Wales, M.D.
and LL.D. of Edinburgh and Sydney Univs., Prof, of
Physiology, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Fellow of the
Senate of the Univ., Chairman of the Royal Prince Alfred




Hospital, Member of the Medical Board of the Colony.
Bom 1856, being the only son of the late Alexander Stuart
of Cromwell House, Dumfries, Scotland, by his wife Jane
Anderson. Armorial bearings — Per fesse or and argent,



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» fssM cheaujr aiurc and of the second, between a lym-
phad tails lurled and oars in action sable, flags flying
gules, in chief and a saltire couped of the fourth in base.
Mft ftt^wg gules, doubled argent Great — On a wreath of
the colours, a lymphad as in the arms. MottO (over)—
"En avani." XesitieHce— The University, Sydney, New
South Wales.

m Colonel JOHN ALEXANDER MAN STUART,
O Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the
Bath (Military Division), Companion of the Most Dis-
tinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, and Knight
of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England,
and has the Coronation medal, D. L. for co. of Al)erdeen,
C.C. for Kincardine, and in the Commission of the Peace
for cos. Aberdeen and Kincardine, is F.R.G.S., and
Adjutant of The Royal Company of Archers (H.M.'s
Body^ard for Scotland), sometime LieuL-Col. Com-
manding 3rd Datt the Gordon Highlanders, and Local
Brigadier Trinidad and Tobago. Has served in vari-
ous military and civil capacities in China, Formosa,
Manchuria, the Soudan, Egypt, the West Indies and
West Africa (Despatches, Thanks, Medals for China,
Egypt, and Ashanti, Nile Clasp, 4th Class Osmanieh,
4th Class Italian Crown, and Class Precious Star, Bronze
Star). Resumed his ancient family name by Royal
Warrant in 1898. Bom 1841, being the son of William
Man (Stuart), Esq., of The iViory, Bromley St. I^eonard's,
and of Dessford, Ceylon. Armorial bearings Or, a fesse




chequy azure and argent, between two lions rampant in
chief and one in base of the third ; below the shield the
badges of his orders. Hantlingr azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of his liveries, a unicorn's head erased ar-
gent, and in an escroll above the Motto, "Nil Time."
Married, 1888, Helen, dau. of J. W. Lang, Esq. Seat
— Dessford House, Ceylon. Home residence — Dalvenie,
Banchory, N.B. Clubs — United Service, St. James's,
Caledonian, New (Ekiinburgh).



WILLIAM DUGALD STUART, Esquire, J. P. for co.
Beds, late Captain King's Royal Rifle Corps. Born OcL
18, i860, being the eldest son of the late Col. William
Stuart. J. P. for Herts, J. P. and D.L. for Beds, High
Sheriff 1875 and J. P. for Hunts, and Hon. Col. 3rd Batt.
Bedfordshire Rcgt., M.P. for Bedford 1854 57 and 1859 68,
Barrister-at-Law, by his wife Kathcrine, eldest dau. of John
Armit.ige Nicholson of Balrath. Aimorial bearings— Or,
a fesse chequy azure and argent, within a double tressure
flory counterfiory gules. Miyntltng gules, doubled argent.
Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a demi-lion rampant
gules. Motto— "Avito viret honore." Married, July 11,
1893, Millicent H. O., eldest dau. of the late Captain G.
W. Bulkcley Hughes, Esq., J. P. ; and has /«««— William
Esme Montagu Stuart, Gentleman, b. Nov. 22, 1895.
Seats — Tempsford Hall, Sandy, Beds ; and Aldenham
Abbey, Watford, Herts,

STUART (L.O. , 19 Dec. 1902). Or, a fess chequy
azure and argent, between two boar's heads erased gules,
armed and langued of the second, and an antique crown of
the fourth. Mantling' gules, doubled or. Crest— On a




wreath of his liveries, a lion rampant gules, armed and

langued azure. MottO—" Avito viret honori."

Son of the late Charles Urquhart Stuart (s. of Robert
Stuart of Grantown, Inverness-shire), b. ; d. 1855 ;
m. : —
Charles Urquhart Stuart, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law

(Inner Temple), b. . Seat — Wootton, Berks. Res. —

55 Jermyn Street, London, W.

THOMAS GEORGE STUART-FRENCH, Gentle-
man. Born 1862, being the eldest surviving son of Major-
Gen. William James Stuart, late R.E., by Eleanor Dorcas
his wife, youngest dau. of the late Thomas George French,
and sister and coheir of the late Pascoe Savage French of
Marino, co. Cork. Armorial bearings— Quarterly i and 4,
sable a bend between two dolphins naiant bendways argent,
in the dexter chief point a crescent of the field (for French);
2 and 3, quarterly i. or, a lion rampant gules, within a
double tressure flory counterfiory of the last ; ii. or, a fesse
chequy azure and argent, in chief a label of three points
gules ; iii. argent, a saltire engrailed between four roses
gules ; iiii. azure, a lion rampant argent, the whole within
a bordure compony azure and argent, over all in the fesse
point a crescent for difference (for Stuart). Mantling sable
and argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath of the



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colours, a dolphin naiant argent, charged with a crescent
sable (for French) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a
unicorn's head couped argent, armed, crined, and tufted




or, charged with a crescent gules for difference (for Stuart).
Motto — "Veritas." Postal address — Constitutional Club,
Northumberland Avenue,

SjR JAMES STUART-MENTETH, 3rd Baronet (Aug.
II, 1838), of Closeburn, co. Dumfries. Bor?i July 21, 1841,
being the eldest and only surviving son of the late Thomas
Loughnian Stuart-Menteth, Capt. in the i6th Lancers, by
his wife Isabella Maria, second dau. of James Tobin of
Dublin. Armorial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, or, a
bend chequy sable and argent; 2 and 3, azure, a lymphad
proper, in chief three buckles or ; the escutcheon charged
with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling sable
and or. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a lymphad
proper, the flag gules, with a canton argent charged with a
cross of St. Andrew azure. Mottoes—" Dum vivo spero,"
and "Sub sole nihil." Married, Dec. 10, 1872, Helen
Gertrude, dau. of Darwin E. Fay of Fulton, New York
State ; and has Issue — Philadelphia Anna ; and Helen
Isabel. Residence — Canandalgua, New York, U.S.A.

STUART-RICHARDSON, see CASTLE-STUART.

3 ROBERT HAMILTON HAMILTON STUBBER,
Esquire, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1873, late Lieut.
Royal Dragoons. Born June 18, 1844, being the only son
of the late Robert Hamilton Slubber, Esq., of Moyne, J. P.,
D. L. , and High Sheriff 1831, by his wife Olivia, dau. of
Rev. Edward Lucas, of the Castleshane family, and widow
of Henry Smith. Clubs — Army and Navy, and United Ser-
vice, and Kildare Street, Dublin. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly i and 4, ermine, on a pile sable, an heraldic
antelope's head erased or (for Stubber) : 2 and 3, argent, on
a bend gules, three martlets of the first (for Sewell). Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
on a mural crown gules, a martlet argent. Motto—' ' Gladio
et arcu. " Married, firstly, Nov. 15, 1877, Adele Grainger,
dau. of Alexander Duncan of Knossington Grange, co.
Leicester; and by her has had Issue — (i) Robert Stubber,
Gentleman, b. 1879 ; and Olive, d. Sept. 22, i88g. He
married secondly, Sept. 1885, Georgina Alice Mary, youngest
dau. of George Power, sixth son of Sir John Power, Bart.,
of Kilfane, co. Kilkenny ; and has issue, Margery Hamilton.
Seats — Moyne, Durrow, Queen's Co.; Castle Fleming
Lodge, Ballyborbley, Queen's Co.



S HENRY STUBBS, Esquire, J.P. cos. Donegal and
Fermanagh, D.L. co. Donegal, and High Sheriff for
the said county 1891, and for co. Fermanagh 1901, First
Honourman and Prizeman Trinity Coll. , Dublin, Bachelor
of Arts (Junior Moderator in Ethics and Logic) of Trinity
College, Dublin, 1870, Master of Arts 1883. Born May 30,
1846, being the second son of the late Thomas Troubridge
Stubbs of Ballyshannon, in the county of Donegal, by his
wife Elizabeth Chinnery, third daughter of Joseph Folingsby,
and grand-daughter of the late Sir Broderick Chinnery,
Baronet, of Ann's Grove, in the county of Cork. Livery —
Black, with yellow facings, gilt buttons, and gold hat-band.
Armorial bearings (Ped. H. Coll. ) — Sable, on a bend,
between three pheons or, as many round buckles gules, on
a chief of the second three stumps of trees eradicated proper.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a stump of a tree
eradicated proper, thereon a demi-eagle displayed or,




collared sable, holding in the beak an oak branch also
proper; with the Motto, " Dominus exaltatio mea."
Estates — Danby, in the county of Donegal ; Garrison, in
the county of Fermanagh ; and St. Ernan's, co. Donegal.
Postal address — Danby, Ballyshannon, county Donegal.

LAUNCELOT HENLOCK ASCOUGH STUBBS,
Gentleman, M.A. Lincoln Coll., Oxford, Barrister-at-Law.
Born 1869, being the son of the late Rt. Rev. William
Stubbs, Lord Bishop of Oxford, Chancellor of the Most
Noble Order of the Garter, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., by his
wife Catherine, dau. of John Dellar. Al^orial bearings
— Sable, on a bend nebuly or, between two bezants, each
charged with a pheon of the field, three round buckles also
sable. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a demi-eagle displayed sable, charged on each
wing with a pheon, and holding in the beak a tilting-spear
erect, point upwards or. Motto — " Et dixi nunc coepi."
Postal address — lA Middle Temple Lane, E.C. Club —
St. Stephen's.

WILLIAM WALTER STUBBS, Gentleman, Master
of Arts, being the eldest son of the late Rt. Rev. William
Stubbs, Lord Bishop of Oxford, Chancellor of the Most
Noble Order of the Garter, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., by his
wife Catherine, dau. of John Dellar. Born January 5, 1866.
Armorial bearings — Sable, on a bend nebuly or, between
two bezants, each charged with a pheon of the field, three
round buckles also sable. Mantling sable and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-eagle displayed sable,
charged on each wing with a pheon, and holding in the
beak a tilting-spear erect, point upwards or. MottO — " Et



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Jfendtnet -'Wwri, Southern Nigeria,



STUBBS. Sable, on a ben<l between three pheons or,
as many round buckles gules, on a chief of the second,
three stumps of trees eradicated proper. Mantling sable
and or. Great — On a wTenth of the colours, a stump of
a tree cradic;»t«xl proper, thereon a demi-eagle displayed
or, colbrfd salilc, holding in the beak an oak-branch also
proper. Motto — '•Dominusexaltatio mea."

Son of Rev. Charles Albert SluWbs, J. P.. formerly

Incumlient of Camusjuxta-Bann, co. Londonderry,

t. 1840 ; d. 190C ; m. 1st, 187a, Phcebe (rf. 1886), only

d. of Rev. Walter Riky ; and, 1894, Lirrie Sarah, d.

of Joseph Betts Horrell : —

Thomas Troubridge Stubbs, Gentleman, and Batt. Roy.

Munster Fus. l>. 1876. Seat — Salthill, Mountcharles, co.

Donegal.

&)ns of Thomas Troubridge Stubbs of Ballyshannon,
CO. Donegal, i. i8oa; d. 187a; »/. 1839, Elizabeth
Chinnery, d. of Joseph Folingsby, and grand-dau. of
Sir Broderick Chinnery, Bart., M.P. :—
Henry Stubbs, Esq., of Danby {^.v.).
Alfred Stubbs, Cientleman, M.A., LL.B. ( Irin. Coll.,
Dub.), i. 1849. AVa/— Portnason, co. Donegal.

PETER STUBS, Esquire, J. P. for cos. Chester, Lan-
caster, and Gloucester, High Sheriff of Gloucestershire
1900. Bom 1830, being the son of Thomas Stubs, by his wife
Mary, dau. of the late William I'earson of Liverpool. Ar-
morial bearings — Or, three piles, two issuant from the
chief and one from the base azure, each charged with a
pheon of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest -On a




wreath of the colours, issuant from flames, a dexter arm
embowed in armour grasping a battle-axe all proper,
pendent from the hand by a chain or, an escutcheon sable,
charged with a pheon, as in the arms. Motto— " Cedant
arma labori." Married, 1864. Isabella, dau. of the late
Thomas Greenall of Grappenhall Hall, co. Chester; and
has with other /ww*— Peter Stubs, Gentleman, B.A. and
LL.B., b. 1866. Seat — Blaisdon Hall, Gloucestershire.
C/«* - Royal Thames Yacht.

VINCENT STUCKEY, Esquire. J.P.. D.L. Born
May 1839, being the son of the late Rev. William Wood,



of Staplegrove, co. of Somerset, by his wife Julia, eldest dau.
of Vincent Stuckey, Esquire, of Hill House, Langport ; and
assumed the name of Stuckey in 1861. by Royal License.
Armorial bearings— He Iwars for Arms : Per bend sinistei
dovetailed or and azure, a lion rampant double-queued
ermine, on a canton of the second a mascle of the first ;
and impaling the arms of Lethbridge, namely argent,
water proper in liase, and a bridge, embattled thereon a
turret gules, and in chief an eagle displayed sable, charged
with a bezant. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a mantling azure and or ; and for
his Orest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion ram-
pant double-qtieued ermine, charged with a mascle azure.




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Motto — "Fortitudine et fidelitate." Married, April 1865,
Mary, daughter of the Reverend Thomas Prowse Leth-
bridge, son of Sir Thomas Buckler Lethbridge, Baronet, of
Sandhill Park, in the county of Somerset ; and by her has
Issue — Phyllis Julia [m. C. F. Pinney, Rifle Brigade] ; and
Olive Mary [m. Joseph Gundry of the Hyde, Bridport].



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