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arder, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of John Walker,
Esquire, of Crow Nest, in the county of York. Armorial
bearings— He bears for Arms : Per pale gules and or, a
boar's head erased, between in chief a cross crosslet fitch^e
between two mullets of si.x points, and in base a mullet of six



points between two cross crosslets fitchde within a Ixirdure
engrailed, the whole counterchanged. Upon the escutcheon
is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mantling
gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, a cat sejant euardant proper, gorged with a collar
dancett^ gules, and holding between the paws a mullet of
six points, also gules. Motto — " Sans peur." Married,
February 3, 1859, Alice Sophia, daughter of Henry Tudor
of Portland Place, London; and has Issue — (i) William
Sutherland, Gentleman, born June 17, and died August 3,
1861 ; (2) William Tudor Sutherland, Gentleman, born Oc-
tober II, 1862; (3) Alic Sutherland, Gentleman, born Sep-
tember 20, 1863 ; (4) Ewen Mackay Sutherland, Gentleman,
lx)rn February 21, 1867; (5) Kenneth Sutherland, Gentle-
man, born May 21, 1869; (6) Reay Mackay Sutherland,
Gentleman, born September 23, 1875 ; Alice, died Septem-
ber 18, 1872 ; and Marion. Seat — Skibo Castle, in the
county of Sutherland.



S GEORGE SUTHERLAND, Esquire, J.P. and D.L.
for CO. Caithness (formerly of Forse House, Lybster).
Bom 1827, being the second son of the late John Campbell
Sutherland of Forse, by his wife Margaret Munro. Armo-
rial bearings— Gules, three stars or, a bordure of the
second. MajitUng gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of
his liveries, a cat salient proper. Motto— " Sans peur."
Married, 1848, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of William
G. Sheppard of Lamogfue, in the county of Waterford ;
and has with other Issue— John William Sutherland, Gen-
tleman, 6. 1851.



ROBERT MACKAY SUTHERLAND, Esquire, J.P.
and Commissioner of Supply co. Stirling, being the second
but eldest surviving son of George Sutherland, Latheron,
CO. Caithness, and his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Mackay,
Forse, co. Caithness. Cluis — Conservative (Edinburgh),
New (Glasgow), Royal Clyde Yacht. Armorial bearings




— Or, on three lozenges conjoined in fess, between as many
mullets gules, the same number of bears' heads couped
argent, muzzled of the second. Mantling gules doubled
or ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a
cat salient projjer, charged on the shoulder with a lozenge



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gules ; and in an escroll above, this Motto—" Still without
fear." Married, June 12, 1877, Isabella, dau. of James
Fleming; and has Issue~[i\ George Sutherland, Gentle-
man, b. July 21, 1882 ; (2) James Fleming Suther-
land, Gentleman, b. August 25, 1888 ; Alice Duncan ;
Elizabeth; and Isabella Fleming. 6Va/ — Solseirth
Dollar, N.B.

SSiR THOMAS SUTHERLAND, G.C.M.G. (1889),
LL.D. Aberdeen, M.P. for Greenock since 1884,



proper; sinister, a Lascar seaman hnbited, holding in the
exterior hand a flagstaff proper, therefrom flowing to the
sinister a banner azure, charged with a rudder in bend
sinister surmounted by an anchor or. Motto — "Sans
peur." Married, 1880, Alice, dau. of Rev. John Mac-
naught, M.A., Vicar of St. Chrysostom's, Liverpool, of
Rutland Gate ; and has Issue— (\) Eric Macnaught Suther-
land, Gentleman, b. 1882 (killed in action) ; (2) Thomas
Leshe Macnaught Sutherland, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; and
Helen Christian [;«. Hon. Richard Douglas Denman].




Knight of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem in England, one of Her Majesty's Lieutenants
for the City of London. Bom 1834, being the only son of
Robert Sutherland of Aberdeen, by his wife Christian, dau.
of Thomas Webster. Clubs — Brooks's, Reform, Hurling-
ham. Livery — Blue. Armorial bearings— Or, a fesse
wavy azure, issuant therefrom a sun in splendour or,
betweeen two mullets in chief and a fleur-de-lis in base
of the second, the escutcheon being surrounded by the
ribbon and the collar, and pendent the badge of a G.C.M.G.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — A cat salient, holding in
the mouth a thistle leaved and slipped proper, between two
roses gules, leaved and stalked vert. Supporters — Dexter,
a sailor habited, holding in the exterior hand a coil of rope,
suspended therefrom a sinker of a sounding machine all



Residences — Coldharbour Wood, East Liss,
Buckingham Gate, London.



Hants ; 7



ARTHUR MELBOURNE SUTTHERY, Gentleman.
B.A. (Camb. ). Born 1864, being the son of the Rev.
William Sutthery, Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Clifton
Reynes, co. Bucks, M.A. , by his wife Sarah Ann, dau. of
Rev. James Hale Talbot, M.A. Armorial bearings— Per
chevron nebuly or and azure, two chevronels, each flory
counterflory, between as many leopards' faces in chief and
an eagle displayed in base all counterchanged. Mantling
azure and or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, an
eagle displayed or, each wing charged with a fleur-de-lis
azure, and resting either claw upon a leopard's face also or.
Motto — " Sursum." Married, 1894, Grace Godwin Waters,



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daa of lames Coltart Waters of Craigton, Stirlineshirc ;
and has/«M— <>) Dorian Melbourne Sutthery, Gentleman,




b. March 25, 1896; (a) Donald William Sutthery, Gentle-
man, b. Oct. 6, 1897 ; and Grace Waters. Seat — Chiids
Ercall, Market Drayton.

SUTTIE, see GRANT-SUTTIE.

SU ITON, borne in pretence by WALL.

SUTTON, quartered by PEYTON.

FRANCIS SUTTON, Esquire, late Captain Royal Horse
Guards. Born September 22, 1822, being the third son of
Sir Richard Sutton, second Baronet, by his wife Mary
Elizabeth, daughter of William Fitz William Burton, of Bur-
ton Hall, in the county of Carlow, Ireland. Club — Boodle's.
Livery — White cloth coat with black facings, black breeches
and black silk stockings. Armorial beamings — He bears
for Arms : Quarterly i and 4, argent a canton sable (for
Sutton) ; 2 and 3 argent, a cross flory azure (for Lexington) ;
and impaling the arms of Dawson, namely azure, a chevron
ermine, between three arrows paleways argent, on a chief
of the last as many martlets sable, a canton gules, charged
with a mullet or. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting his degree, with a mantling sable and argent ; and
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a wolfs head
erased gules; with the Motto, "Tout jours prest." Mar-
ried, April 19, 1855, Evelyn Mary Stuart, commonly known
as Lady Evelyn Mary Stuart (raised to the rank of an Earl's
daughter by Royal Warrant, April 6, 1889), daughter of
Colonel George Lionel Dawson-Damer, commonly known
as the Honourable George Lionel Dawson-Damer, and sister
of the Right Honourable the fourth Earl of Portarlington ;
and has Issue — An only surviving son, Francis Richard
Hugh Seymour Sutton, Esquire, Captain Yorkshire Hussars
Yeomanry Cavalry, born July 22, 1858 [married, July 21,
1881, Susan Elizabeth, commonly known as Lady Susan
Elizabeth, daughter of the Right Honourable Henry Thynne
Lascelles, fourth Earl of Harewood, and has, Francis Henry
Sutton, Gentleman, born December 4, 1882 ; a son, born
September 23, 1894 ; Violet Eveleen ; and Angela Desir^e].
Postal addresses— \% Curzon Street, Mayfair, London ; Pen-
ton Lodge, Andover, Hampshire.

HENRY SUTTON, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law, Junior
Counsel to H.M.'s Treasury. Bom 1845, being the younger
son of the late James Sutton, Esq., of Shardlow Hall, co.
Derby, J. P. cos. of Leicester and Derby, by his wife Sophia,
dau. of the late Abraham Hoskyns of Newton Park, co.
Derby. Armorial bearings —Argent, a wolf passant sable,
on a chief arched azure, an annulet between two crosses
flory of the first. Mantling sable and argent. Crest-



On a wreath of the colours, three annulets interlaced one
and two argent, between two wings sable, each charged
with a cross flory also sable. Residence -Lexham Gardens,
Kensington, London, W.

JOHN STAPYLTON SUTTON, Esguire, J.P. Bom
Nov, 33, 183a, being the second son of the late George
William Sutton of Elton Hall, Stockton-on-Tees, who took
the name of Sutton on succeeding his great-uncle George
Sutton, by his wife Olivia, third dau. of Henry Stapyiton of
Norton, Stockton-on-Tees. Armorial bearings — Gules,
on a mount in base vert, a tower or, thereon a stork argent,
in chief two anchors erect of the third. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a mount vert,
thereon a stork proper, charged on the breast with a cross
patcie gules, the dexter claw supporting a rose of the last,
surmounted of another argent. MottO — " Live to live."
Married, April 26, 1855, Sarah Jefferson, youngest dau. of
John Charles Maynardof Harsley Hall, Northallerton ; and
has Issue — (1) George William Sutton, Gentleman, b. Dec.
14, 1856; Catherine Olivia; and Laura Eugenie [»»., April
16, 1885, Martin Morrison, second son of James Morrison
of Jesmond Park, Newcaslle-on-Tyne]. Seat—YAion Hall,
Stockton-on-Tees.

MARTIN JOHN SUTTON, Esquire, J.P. for the
of Oxford and for Borough of Reading, Born Oct. aj




1850, being the eldest son of Martin Hope Sutton,
Cintra Lodge, Reading, by Sophia Woodhouse, dau.
the late William Warwick of Whitley, Berks. Clubs-
National, Piccadilly, Oxfordshire, Berkshire. Livery -
Dress: chocolate, with striped waistcoat, bufif overcoat
with gilt buttons. Armorial bearings— Argent, on thi
trunk of a tree eradicated lesseways, a squirrel sejant crack-
ing a nut all proper, a bordure invected azure, charged with
eight fleurs-de-lis or, a canton sable, charged with a fleur-
de-lis of the field. Mantling azure and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a squirrel sejant proper, resting
the forepaws on an escutcheon argent, charged with a wolfs
head erased proper, a canton as in the arms. Motto —
" Toujours prest pour y parvenir." Married, Feb. 2, 1875,
Emily Owen, dau. of Henry Fouquet, late B.N.I, (last
lineal descendant of the French noble family of Fouquet) ;
and has Issue— (i) Martin Hubert Fouquet Sutton, Gentle-
man, b. Nov. 28, 187s ; (2) Ernest Phillips Fouquet
Sutton, Gentleman, b. March 28, 1882; and Emily Kath-
leen Frances Fouquet. Seat — Henley Park, Sutton. Town
residence — 84 Lancaster Gate.



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SUTTON. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a canton sable
(Sutton, c. Henry III.) ; 2 and 3, argent, a cross flory azure
\c. Henry HI.). Mantling sable and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a wolfs head erased gules.
Motto — " Tout jours prest."

Son of Sir Richard Frances Sutton, sth Bart., b. 1853 ;

d. 1891 ; m. 1888, Constance Edith, d. of Sir Vincent

Corbet, 3rd Bart. : —

Sir Richard Vincent Sutton, 6th Bart. (14 Oct. 1772),

b. 1891. Seats — Benham Park, Newbury, Berks ; Barton

Court, Hungerford.

Sons of Sir Richard Sutton, 4th Bart. , b. 1821 ; d.

1878 ; m. 2nd, 1851, Harriet Anne, d. of W. F. Burton

of Burton Hall :—

Arthur Edward Sutton, Esq., b. 1857; m. 1885, Cecil

Blanche, eld, d. of Walter Douglas Dumbleton of Oakhurst,

Cape Colony; and has issue — Robert Lexington Sutton,

Gentleman, b. 1897; and Esme. ^«.— Shank's House,

Wincanton, Somerset. Clubs— ]mvl\ox Conservative and

Royal Dorset Yacht.

Henry Cecil Sutton, Esq., late Lieut. Hants Yeom.
Cav. , b. 1868. Res. — Holdcroft, Blunsdon, Highworth,
Wilts. C/?/^^— Isthmian, Arthur's, Royal Victoria Yacht.
Son of Alexander George Sutton, Esq., b. 1862; d.
1893 ; in. 1885, Eugenia Kathleen, d. of Thomas
Richard Merry : —
Thomas Alexander Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1888.
Son of Capt. Francis Sutton, R. H.G., b. 1822; m.
1855, Lady Evelyn Mary Stuart, sister of Lionel, 4th
Earl of Portarlington : —
Francis Richard Hugh Seymour Sutton, Esq., Capt.
Pembroke Imp. Yeom., late Hon. Major Yorks. Hussars
(Imp. Yeom.), b. 1858; m. 1881, Lady Susan Lascelles, d. of
the 4th Earl of Harewood ; and has issue — (i) Francis Henry
Sutton, Gentleman, Lieut, nth Hussars, b. 1882 ; (2)
Lionel Tatton Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1894 ; Violet Eveleen
\in. 1903, Capt. A. E. B. Cator, Scots Guards] ; and
Angela Desirfe. Res. — Penton Lodge, Andover ; 18
Curzon Street, London, W.

Son of Capt. Charles Sutton, b, 1823 ; d. 1892 ; m.
1861, Alicia Frances Anna, eld. d. of Sir W. W.
Dixie, 8th Bart. :—
Algernon Trevor Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1863. Res.—
Sons of Rev. Augustus Sutton, M.A. , Preb. of Lincoln
and Rector of West Toft, Norfolk, b. 1825 ; d. 1885 ;
m. 1851, Charlotte, d. of John Carter of Northwold : —
Rev. Arthur Frederick Sutton, Rector of Brant Broughton,
b. 1852. Res. — The Rectory, Brant Broughton, Newark.
Richard Sutton, Gentleman, b, 1856. Res. —
Gilbert William Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1858; m. 1890,
Mabel, d. of Rev. John Peacock ; and has issue — John
Gilbert Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res. —

Rowland Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1859 ; m. 1889, Augusta

Margaret, d. of Rev. T. E. Daubeney ; and has issue. Res. —

Laurence Herbert Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1865. Res. —

Son of Sir Richard Sutton, 2nd Bart., b. 1799; d.

1855 ; m. 1819, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Benjamin

Burton of Burton Hall, co. Carlow : —

Henry George Sutton, Esq., late 12th Lancers, b. 1826;

m. ist, 1849, Matilda {d. 1885), eld. d. of G. H. Walker

Heneage of Compton Bassett, Wilts; 2nd, 1895, Evelyn, d.

of Rev. G. Sloane Stanley ; and has surv. issue — Hugh

Clement Sutton, Esq., Maj. Coldstr. Gds. , b. 1867 \m. ist,

1891 Mabel Ida {d. 1896), d. of Sir Campbell Munro, Bart.,

2nd, 1898, Hon. Alexandra Mary, eld. d. of Visct. Halifax;

and has issue— Nigel Eustace Philip Sutton, Gentleman, b.

1896; and Margaret Agnes].

Sons of Rev. Robert Sutton of Scawby, J. P., b. 1813 ;
d. 1885 ; m. 1847, Charlotte, only sister of Sir John
Nelthorpe, 8th and last Bart. : —
Robert Nassau Sutton-Nelthorpe, Esq. (q.v.).
Henry John Sutton, Gentleman, late Lieut. 87th Roy.
Irish Fus., (J. 1851. Res. —

Francis Riohard Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m. 1881,
Edith Louisa, d. of Arthur Pryor of Highlands, Essex ;
and has issue — (i) Richard Coningsby Sutton, Gentleman,
b. 1882 ; (2) Francis Arthur Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1884 ;
Olinda Emily ; and Sylvia Catherine. Res. —

Hugh Nelthorpe Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1857. Res. —
Sons of Capt. Frederick Sutton, nth Hussars, b. 1817 ;
d. 1900 ; m. 2nd, 1847, Georgiana, d. of Ven. Arch-
deacon Croft : —
Algernon Charks Sutton, Gentleman, ^.1852; m. 1886,
Winifred Alice, d. of W. E. C. Fell of Lochrin, Edinburgh ;



and has surv. issue — (i) Frederick Nassau Sutton, Gentle-
man, b. 1888 ; (2) Fergus Algernon Sutton, Gentleman, b.
1891 ; (3) Oliver Manners Sutton, Gentleman., b. 1896;
and Irene Winifred. Res. — Hampstead House, Chidham,
Chichester.

Herbert Arthur Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1853 ; m. 1893,
Josephine Constance Stanley, d. of late Joshua Verney
Lovett Lace of Christleton Hall, Cheshire ; and has issue —
Roland Manners Verney Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1895.
Res. — Kelham House, Notts.

Rev. Charles Nassau Sutton, Rector of Withyham, b.
1859; ;«. 1883, Edith Mary, d. of Lt.-Col. H. L. Cafe,
94 Regt. ; and has issue — Charles Lexington Manners
Sutton, Gentleman, b. 1891. Res. — The Rectory, Withy-
ham, Sussex.

SUTTON-NELTHORPE (R.L., 1884). Quarterly, 1
and 4, argent, on a pale sable, a sword erect of the first,
pommel and hilt or (Nelthorpe) ; 2 and 3, argent, a canton
sable (Sutton). Mantling sable and argent. Crests— On
a wreath of the colours, out of clouds an arm couped fesse-
wise proper, holding a sword as in the arms (Nelthorpe) ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a wolfs head erased gules
(Sutton). Motto — " Touts jours prest."

Son of Rev. Robert Sutton of Scawby, J. P., b. 1813 ;
d. 1885 ; fft. 1847, Charlotte, only sister, of Sir John
Nelthorpe, 8th and last Bart: —

Robert Nassau Sutton-Nelthorpe, Esq., J. P., D.L., late
Major 8th Hussars (assumed addit. name and arms of
Nelthorpe by R.L., 1884, b. 1850; m. 1885, Hon. Dulci-
bella Eden, eld. d. of William, 4th Lord Auckland ; and
has issue— (i) Oliver Sutton-Nelthorpe, Gentleman, b. 1888 ;
(2) Christopher Sutton-Nelthorpe, Gentleman, b. 1890 ; (3)
Griffith Sutton-Nelthorpe, Gentleman, b. 1892 ; and Ursula.
Seai — Scawby Hall, Lincolnshire. C/z/^— Oriental.

CHARLES VERNON SWABEY, Gentleman. Born
May 7, 1865, being the third son of the late Charles Maurice
Merttins Swabey, Esq., J. P., D.C. L. Oxford, Chancellor of
the Dioceses of Oxford and Ripon, Official to the Arch-
deacons of Colchester, Essex, and London, a Bencher of
Gray's Inn, by his wife Mary Katherine, eldest dau. of John
Haggard, LL.D., Chancellor of Winchester. Armorial
bearings — Gules, on a chevron or, between three swans
argent, as many bees volant proper. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a castle gules, fired
proper, in front of three arrows, one in fesse, the pheon to-
wards the dexter, and two in saltire, the pheons downward
or. Motto — "Vera tropcea fides." Married, May 10,
1900, Frances Edith, eldest dau. of William Henry Simcox
of Forest Lakes, Otaki, N.Z. Residence — Manakau, Wel-
lington, New Zealand.

HENRY EDMUND SWABEY, Gentleman. Bom
Feb. 1856, being the eldest son of Stephen Swabey, by his
wife Katharine Margaret, dau. of Captain William Swabey,
R.H.A. Armorial beaxings— Gules, on a chevron en-
grailed or, between three swans argent, as many bees
volant proper. Majitllng gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a castle gules, fired proper, in front of
three arrows, one in fesse, the pheon towards the dexter, and
two in saltire, the pheons downwards or. Motto — "Vera
tropcea fides." Residence —

HERBERT STEPHEN SWABEY, Gentleman, late

Lieut. 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles. Born , being the

only son of the late Rev. Henry Swabey, Gentleman, M.A.
Oxon. , late Rector of St. Aldates, Oxford, and Secretary
S. P.C. K., by his wife Annie Rose, dau. of the late John
Herbert Koe, Q.C., Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn. Armorial
bearings — Gules, on a chevron engrailed or, between three
swans argent, as many bees volant proper. Mantling
gjules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a castle
gules, fired proper, in front of three arrows, one in fesse,
the pheon towards the dexter, and two in saltire, the
pheons downward or. Motto — " Vera tropcea fides."

The Reverend MARK RICHARD SWABEY, Clerk
in Holy Orders, M.A. Oxon. (formerly Archdeacon of Zulu-
land), Chaplain Crimean Memorial Church, Constantinople.
Born June 14, 1861, being second son of late Maurice Charles
Merttins Swabey, Esq., J. P., D.C.L. Oxford, Chancellor
of the Dioceses of Oxford and Ripon, Official to the Arch-
deacons of Colchester, Essex, and London, a Bencher of



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Gray's Inn. by liJi wife Mary Katharine, eldest dau. of John
llaKKurd, LL.D., Chancellor of Winchester. Armorial
bMUingt Gulc!., on a chevron cnjirailcil or, between three
sw.ins argent, as manv bees volant projier. Mantling
gules ami or. OrMt On a wreath of the colours, a castle
gules, lired proper, in front of three arrows, one in fesse, the
plieon towariU the dexter, and two in saltire, the pheons
downward or. Motto " Vera tropoea fides."

MAURICK JOHN SWABEY. Gentleman, M.A. Oxon.,
lJ,»rrisler-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn. Horn May 24. 1859,
being the eldest son of the late Maurice Charles Merttins
Swabey. Esq.. J. P., U.C.L. Oxford. Chancellor of the
Diocese of Oxford and Ripon, Official to the Archdeacons
of Colchester. Essex, and London, a Bencher of Gray's
Inn. by his wife M.-\ry Katharine, eldest dau. of John
H.-iggard, LL.D.. Chancellor of Winchester. Armorial
beanngB — Gules, on a chevron engrailed or, between three
swans argent, as many bees volant proper. M a n t lin g
gules and or. Crost— On a wreath of the colours, a castle
gules, fired projier, in front of three arrows, one in fesse,
the pheon towards the dexter, and two in saltire. the pheons
downward or. Motto -"Vera tropoea fides." Seat—
Langley Marish, Slough, Bucks.

The Right Rkverknd WILLIAM PROCTOR
SWABY, D.D., F.R.M.S., F.R.G.S., Bishop of Barbados
and the Windward Islands since 1899, formerly (1893-99)
Bishop of British Guiana, South America, Vicar of St.
Mark, Millfield (1884-93). ^^o''" ^844. being the eldest son
of Joseph Swaby of Tetney, co. Lincoln, by his wife
Rebecca, dau. of William Proctor. Armorial bearlngfs (for




Swaby) -Gules, on a chevron nebuly or, gutt^e-de-sang.
between three swans with wings addorsed of the second,
a mitre of the field between two bees volant projser. Crest
(for Swaby) On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert,
a swan regardant, wings addorsed sable, gutt^e-d'eau, on
the nead a crown vallary gules, and supporting with the
dexter foot a crosier erect or. Motto-" Perseverantia."
Married, 1868, Sarah Jane, dau. of George Birbeck ; and
has Issue— (z) William Percy Swaby, Gentleman, b. 1871 ;
(2) Sydney Temple Swaby. Gentleman, b. 1874. Residence
—Bishop's Court, Barbados. C/ai- Royal Societies'.

SJOHN SWAINSTON-STRANGWAYES, Esq., J.P,
and D. L. for the N. Riding of co. of York. Bom



1836, being the only surviving son of the late Edward^
Swainston-Strangwayes, Esc|., J.P. and D.L., of Alne Hall,
by his first wife Ann Susanna, d;m. of the late Henry Kam.
Club — Coiistiiuiioiial. Armorial bearings — Quarterly i




and 4. sable two lions passant, paly of six argent and gulesJ
a canton of the second (for Strangwayes) ; 2 and 3 azure,|
a fesse or, charged with three maidens' heads veiled prope
(for Swainston). Mantling sable and argent ; and for his
Crests. I. upon a wreath of the colours, a lion as in the
arms (for Strangw.ayes) ; 2. out of a ducal coronet or,
boar's head sable between two wings azure, billety or (fo^
Swainston). Motto — " Ystoyeau ct ne doubtero." Mat
ried, 1868. Martha Elizabeth, only surviving child of Capt.3
James Golden Heap of Dringhouses. co. York ; and has,!
with other Issue — D'Arcy Edward Swainston-Strangwayes,!
Esq., J. P., and Capt. 4th Batt. W. Yorks. Regt., b. 1869.I
Seat — Alne Hall. Easingwold, Yorks.

PERCIVAL SYMES SWAN. Gentleman. Born
being the eldest son of the late Richard Waddy .Swan <
Baldwinstown, by his first wife Barbara, only dau. of the
late Sandham Symes. Armorial bearings — Azure,
fesse wavy argent, between three swans displayed properJ
crowned or. a trefoil vert. Mantling azure and argent f
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a swaq
proper, ducally crowned or, and charged with a trefoil vertJ
Motto — "Sit nomen decus." Married, 1877, Elizabeth
Sarah, second dau. of the late John Johnston ; and ha
Issue — Four daus. Seats — Baldwinstown, Bridgetown^
Wexford ; Garville Avenue, Rathgar.

ROBERT CLAYTON SWAN, Esquire, late Capt. 3r(j
Batt. (Mil.) Lincoln Regt., J.P. co. of Northumberlanc"
Born 1864, being the eldest son of the late Robert SwanJ
Esq.. of The Quarry. Lincoln, J. P.. M.A. (Camb.). Ar-J
morial bearings -Azure, a chevron wavy argent, gutt6e-l
de-poix, in chief a fountain proper between two swans of
the second, and in base a swan of the last between two
fountains, and impaling the arms of Elliot, namely or. on
a fesse engrailed cottised wavy gules, an annulet between
two fleurs-de-lis of the first, in chief three roses of the
second, barbed and seeded proper. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest On a wreath of the colours, amidst bulrushes
proper, a demi-water-spaniel argent, gorged with a collar
azure, and holding between the paws a fountain. Mar-
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Elliot, 2nd Bart. Seat — Caythorpe Court, Grantham.
67^(5 —Boodle's.

The Rev. HENRY BIDDALL SWANZY, Clerk in
Holy Orders, MA. ('Irin. Coll., Dublin). Born Oct.
5, 1873, being the second son of the late Rev. Thomas
Biddall Svvanzy (d. May 12, 1884), M.A. , Vicar of Newry ;
by his wife Elizabeth Anne, fourth daughter of the late Rev.
Henry Swanzy, M.A. , Prebendary of Subulter in Cloyne
Cathedral, Rural Dean of Bothon, and Rector of Kilshan-
nig, Diocese of Cloyne. Armorial bearings — Gules, a fesse
argent, between two unicorns counter-courant or. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
unicorn's head or, collared with a bar gemel gules. Motto
— " Per Deum et ferrum obtinui." Residence — Ivy Lodge,
Newry, co. Down.

The Rev. ROBERT ARCHIBALD SWANZY, Clerk



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