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a chief purpure, a cherub's head proper, between the like
number of estoiles of the third. Mantling vert and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an eagle, the wings ele-
vated proper, charged on the breast with a like cherub's
head, and holding in the beak an arrow as in the arms.
Married, June 27, 1882, Amy Beatrice {d. April 28, 1903),
youngest dau. of Rev. Henry Peter Dunster, M.A. , Vicar
of Woodbastwick, and Rector of Pauxworth, Norfolk ; and
has Issue — (i) Thomas Frederick Makepeace Thackeray,
Gentleman, second Lieut. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 3rd
Batt. (Mil.), b. June 4, 1883; (2) John Henry Makepeace
Thackeray, Gentleman, b. and d. 1886; (3) Joseph Make-
peace Thackeray, Gentleman, b. Sept. 7, 1887 ; and Blanche
Ellen Beatrice. Residence — Norton Vicarage, Loddon,
Norfolk. Clubs — Junior Conservative, Norfolk County
(Norwich), Conservative (Yarmouth).

CHARLES THACKERAY, Esquire, J.P. co. Essex,
Lieut.-Col. late 28th Foot. Born Nov. 17, 1831, being the
second son of the late Frederick Thackeray of Cambridge,
M.D., by his second wife Mary, dau. of the Rev. Thomas
Crick of Little Thurlow, co. Suffolk. Club — Constitutional.
Armorial bearings — Vert, two garbs or, in base an arrow
point downwards argent, on a chief purpure a cherub's
head proper between two estoiles of the third. Mantling
vert and or. Crest — On a wreaih of the colours, an eagle,
wings elevated proper, charged on the breast with a like
cherub's head and holding in the beak an arrow as in the
arms. Motto — " Nobilitas sola virtus." Married, Sept.
6, 1884, Katherine Minne Elise, dau. of Richard P. Drew,



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Sir EDWARD TALBOT THACKERAY, K.C.a.
V.C., Col. (ret.) R.E. Bant Oct. 19, 1836, being the second
son of the late Rev. Francis Thackeray, M.A., B.C., Pem-
broke Coll., Camb.. Curate of Broxburne, Hertfordshire,
and author of " A History of the Right Hon. William Pitt,
Earl of Chatham," contaming his speeches in Parliament,
and his correspondence when Secretary of State 1827,
&c.. by his wife Mary Anne, dau. of John Shakespeare.
Armorial TMHrlngll —vert, two garbs or, in base an arrow
point downwards argent, on a chief purpure a cht-rub's
head proper, between two estoiles of the third. Hantlliij:
vert and or. Crest — On a wre.ith of the colours, an eagle,
wings elevated proper, charged on the breast with a like
cherub's head and holding m the beak an arrow as in the
arms. Motto — " Nobilitas sola virtus." Married, f\Tst\y,
Dec. a, 1863, Amy Mary Anne, second dau. of Eyre Evans
Crowe ; secondly, Dec. 6, 1869, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of
late Major Thomas Boker Pleydell ; and has Issue — (i|
Edward Francis Th.icker.iy, Esq., d. Nov. a, 1870; (2)
Richmond Clive Thackeray, Esq. , d. Sept. 19, 1873 ; (3)
Charles Bouverie Thackeray, Esq., Capt. R.F.A.,^. Dec. 20,
1875; (4) Henry St. John Thackeray, Esq., i. Oct. 5,
1879; Amy Margant [m., Gerald Ritchie]; .and Anne
Wynne. Residence — Villa Stratta, Bordighcra, Italy. Club
— Athenreum.

The Rev, FRANCIS ST. JOHN THACKERAY.
M.A. (Merton Coll., Oxford), Fellow of Lincoln Coll., and
Assistant Master at Eton 1858-83, Vicar of Mapledurham.
Bom Dec. 13, 1832, being the elder son of the late Rev.
Francis Thackeray, M.A. Pembroke Coll., Camb., Ciu-ate
of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, and author of " A History of
the Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, containing
his Sf)eeches in Parliament, and his Correspondence when
Secretary of State, 1827, &c.," by his wife Mary Anne, dau.
of John Shakesf>ear. Armorial bearing^ — Vert, two garbs
or, in base an arrow point downwards argent, on a chief
purpure, a cherub's head proper between two estoiles of
the third. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a wreath of
the colours, an eagle, wings elevated, on the breast a like
cherub's head, and holding in the beak an arrow as in the
arms. Motto — " Resolve well, persevere." Married, Aug.
9, i860, Louisa Katharine, dau. of the late Rev. Andrew
Irvine of St. Margaret's, Leicester. Residence — Maple-
durham Vicarage. Reading.

5 FREDERICK RENNELL THACKERAY, Esquire,
J. P. CO. Norfolk, late Captain 74th Highlanders.
Bom 1830, being the eldest son of the late Frederick
Rennell Thackeray, Esq., Gen. RE., C.B., by his wife
Elizabeth Margaret Carnegie, third dau. of William, Rt.
Hon. seventh Earl of Northesk, Rear-Admiral of Great
Britain. Clubs — New (Edinburgh), Naval and Military.
Armoirial bearingB — Vert, two garbs or, in base an arrow
point downwards argent, on a chief purpure, a cherub's
head proper, between two estoiles of the third. Mant-
ling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an
eagle, wings elevated proper, charged on the breast with
a like cherub's head, and holding in the beak an arrow as
in the arms. Motto — "Nobilitas sola virtus. " Married,
1853, Elizabeth, dau. of W. Ayton ; and has Issue — Fred-
erick Rennell Thackeray, Esq., Major R.A., b. May 31,
1856 [»!., 1884, Mary, dau. of Col. Hasted, R.E.] Seat—
Ashwood in Pentney, Norfolk. Postal address— Wattovi
House, Dereham, Norfolk.

EDWARD FRANCIS THACKWELL, Esquire, J. P. co.
Cork. Bom 1868, being the only son of Major-Gen. William
de Wilton Roche Thackwell, by his wife Charlotte, dau. of
Rev. H. Tomkinson of Reaseheath Hall, Cheshire. Armo-
rial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, paly of six or and gules,
a maunch argent, sem^e of fleurs-de-lis azure (for Thack-
well); 2 and 3 per pale azure and gules, a cross engrailed
erminois; in the first and fourth quarters a water-bouget
argent (for Cam). Mantling gules and or. Crests— i. out
of a nnlral crown argent, a dexter hand embowed, vested in
the uniform of the ijth King's Hussars, from the wrist
pendent by a riband gules fimbriated azure, a representation
of the silver medal for Waterloo, the hand grasping and in
the attitude of striking with a sword proper, pommel and



hilt or, between two branches of laurel, issuant in like
manner from the mural crown, also proper, and above, on
an escroll, the motto " Frappe fort" ; 2. upon a wreath of
the colours, within a chaplet of oak proper, a dragon's head
erased, paly of six or and gules, the neck transpierced by
an arrow, barbed and flighted, also proper. Motto — " Mihi
solicitudo futuri." Married, 1894, Katherine, dau. of Sir
H. Low, G.C.M.G.,and widow of Sir John Pope-Hennessy,
K.C. M.G. , M.P., J. P., sometime Governor of Mauritius.
Seat — Rostellan Castle, Rostellan, co. Cork.

JOHN THACKWELL, formerly in the Worcestershire
Militia. Born 1844, being the eldest son of the late John
Cam Thackwell, Esq., J. P. and D. L., of Wilton Pl.-\ct', by
his wife Charlotte Eleanor, dau. of the late Rev. John Hugh
Poison. Armorial bearings —Quarterly i and 4, paly of
six or and gules, a maunch argent, sem6e-de-lis azure (for
Thackwell) ; 2 and 3 per pale azure and guies, a cross en-
grailed erminois, in the first and fourth quarters a watrr-
bouget argent (for Cam). Mantling gules and or ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, within a chaplet of
oak proper, a dragon's head reversed paly of six or and
gules, transpierced by an arrow barbed and flighted also
proper. Motto — " Mihi solicitudo futuri." Married, 1^7^,
Alice Anne, dau. of Henry Payne ; and has, with other
Issue — John Henry Cam Thackwell, b. 1876. Seats — Wilton
Place, Dymock, Gloucestershire ; Rye Court, Worcester-
shire.



S WALTER JOSEPH DE RUPE THACKWELL.
Esquire, Captain Tippcrary Artillery (Southern Div.).
Bom July 12, 1876, being the eldest son of the late Joseph ;
Edward Lucas Thackwell, Esq., of Aghada Hall, in the co.
of Cork, formerly Lieut, sth Royal Irish Lancers, and sub-
sequently Lieut. - Col. Commanding Royal Cork City
Artillery, J. P., for co. Cork, by his wife and cousin Caroline
Matilda Georgiana, only child and heir of General Edmund
Roche, 3rd Hussars, of Ballymonis, in the county of Cork.
Armorial beailng^s — He bears for Arms : Quarterly i and
4, paly of six or and gfules, a maunch argent, sem^e of fleurs-
de-lis azure (for Thackwell) ; 2 and 3 per pale azure and
gules, a cross engrailed erminois ; in the first and fourth
quarters a water-bouget argent (for Cam). Upon the escut-
cheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a mant-
ling gules and or ; and for his Crests, i. out of a mural
crown argent a dexter hand embowed, vested in the uniform
of the isth King's Hussars, from the wrist pendent by a
riband gules fimbriated azure, a representation of the silver
medal for Waterloo, the hand grasping and in the attitude
of striking with a sword proper, pommel and hilt or, be-
tween two branches of laurel, issuant in like manner from
the mural crown, also proper, and above, on an escroll, the
motto "Frappe fort;" 2. upon a wreath of the colours,
within a chaplet of oak proper, a dragon's head erased,
paly of six or and gules, the neck transpierced by an arrow,
barbed and flighted, also proper. Motto — "Mihi solici-
tudo futuri." Seats — Aghada Hall, Rostellan, in the county
of Cork; and Coneragh, near Youghal, in the county of
Waterford.

Major-Generai. WILLIAM DE WILTON ROCHE
THACKWELL, Companion of the Most Honourable
Order of the Bath, Com. 38th Regt., J. P. Gloucs. and
CO. Cork. Born 1834, being the son of the late Lieut. -Gen.
Sir Joseph Thackwell, G.C.B., by his wife Maria Audriah,
eldest dau. of Francis Roche of Rochemount, co. Cork ;
created C.B. 1886. Clubs — United Service, Junior Carlton,
Royal St. George Yacht. Armorial bearings— Quarterly
I and 4, paly of six or and gules, a maunch argent,
sem6e of fleurs-de-lis azure (for Thackwell) ; 2 and 3 per
pale azure and gules, a cross engrailed erminois, in the
first and fourth quarters a water-bouget argent (for Cam),
and below the escutcheon the badge of a C. B. Mantling
gules and or. Crests— i. out of a mural crown argent,
a dexter hand embowed, vested in the uniform of the 15th
King's Hussars, from the wrist pendent by a riband gules
fimbriated azure, a representation of the silver medal for
Waterloo, the hand grasping and in the attitude of striking
with a sword proper, pommel and hilt or, between two
branches of laurel, issuant in like manner from the mural
crown, also proper, and above, on an escroll, the motto
" Frappe fort" ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, within a
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or and gules, the neck transpierced by an arrow, barbed
and flighted, also proper. Motto — "Mihisolicitudofuturi."



and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-
greyhound salient argent, collared sable, between two wings




Married, 1864, Charlotte, dau. of the Rev. H. Tomkinson
of Reaseheath Hall, in the co. of Chester ; and has Issue —
Edward Francis Thackwell, Esq. , b. Nov. 16, 1868 \ni. ,
1894, Catherine, dau. of Sir H. Low, G.C.M.G., and
widow of Sir John Pope Hennessy, K.C.M.G.]; Katharine
Harriet [m. Major Edward Rawdon Penrose] ; Florence
Mary; and Ethel Maria. Seats — Wynstone Place, Brook-
thorpe, Gloucester ; Aghada Hall, co. Cork.

WILLIAM POLSON THACKWELL, Esquire, J. P.
(Gloucs.), late Major Royal Highlanders (Black Watch).
Born 1846, being the second son of the late John Cam
Thackwell, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Wilton Place, by his wife
Charlotte Eleanor, eld. dau. of the Rev. John Hugh
Poison, Prebendary of Exeter. Clui — Army and Navy.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly i and 4, paly of six or and
gules, a maunch argent, sem6e-de-lis azure (for Thackwell) ;
2 and 3 per pale azure and gules, a cross engrailed erminois,
in the first and fourth quarters a water-bouget argent (for
Cam), a crescent for difference; and impaling these same
arms of Thackwell and Cam, charged with an annulet for
difference. Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, within a chaplet of oak
proper, a dragon's head reversed paly of six or and gules,
transpierced by an arrow barbed and flighted also proper.
Motto — " Mihi solicitude futuri." Married, 1884, his
cousin, Katherine Maude, dau. of Gen. J. E. Thackwell,
C.B. Postal address — The White House, Pauntley, Newent,
Gloucs.

THELIGNY, quartered by LANGRISHE.

THELLUSSON (H. Coll., c. 1806, but claiming de-
scent from an ancient French family using very similar
arms). Quarterly wavy argent and or, in the first and
fourth quarters two wings sable, each barways and in pale,
point towards the dexter, charged with a trefoil slipped
of the second, and in the second and third quarters an oak-
tree eradicated proper, charged with an escutcheon bend-
ways gules, thereon three gutt6s-d'eau. Mantling sable




of the last, each charged with a trefoil slipped or. Motto—
" Lahore et honore.''

Son of Frederick, 4th Baron Rendlesham, b. 1798 ;

d. 1852 ; m. 1838, Elizabeth Charlotte, eld. d. of Sir

George Beeston Prescott, Bart. : — •
The Rt. Hon. Frederick William Brook Thellusson, 5th
Baron Rendlesham of Rendlesham in Ireland (Irel,. i Feb.
1806), J.P., C.A. and D.L. Suffolk (High Sheriff 1870),
Chrmn. East Suffolk C.C. and Qr. Sessions, Hon. Col.
Suffolk Art., M.P. for East Suffolk 1874-1885 [Sup-
porters — On either side a greyhound regardant argent,
collared sable], b. 1840; m. 1861, Egidia {d. 1880), d. of
13th Earl of Eglinton, K.T. ; and has issue— (1) Hon.
Frederick Archibald Charles Thellusson, late Capt. Suffolk
Art., b. 1868 ; (2) Hon Percy Edward Thellusson, b. 1874 ;
(3) Hon. Hugh Edmund Thellusson, Lieut. R.A., b. 1876;
Hon. Adeline Egidia \jn. 1891, Lewis K. Jarvis, Esq.] ;
Hon. Miriam Isabel \m. 1901, Godfrey Williams] ; Hon.
Cecilia Blanche ; Hon. Ruby Alexandrina Elizabeth ; and
Hon. Mariota[»«. 1895, 5th Earl of Wilton]. Seat -Rendles-
ham, nr. Woodbridge, Suffolk. C/«*j— Carlton, Turf,
White's.

Sons of Charles Sabine Augustus Thellusson, Esq.,

D.L., of Brodsworth Hall (High Sheriff 1866), Capt.

I2th Lancers, b. 1822 ; d. 1885 ; in. 1850, Georgiana,

d. of William Theobald of Stockwell, Surrey : —
Charles Thellusson, Gentleman, b. i860 ; m. 1885, Con-
stance Mary, d. of Rev. Gilbert Henderson Philips, M.A.,
Rector of Bolton Percy, and Canon of York Cathedral,
^ea/'j— Brodsworth Hall, Doncaster; Collingwood, Torquay.
Augustus Thellusson, Gentleman, b. 1862. Res. —

Son of Frederick William Thellusson, b. 1854 ; d. 1896 ;

m. 1892, Gabrielle, d. of Dr. de Man of Brussels: —
Frederick Eugene Thellusson, Gentleman, b. 1894.
Res.—

Son of Frederick George Thellusson, late 29th Bengal

N.I., b. 1825 I d. 1896; m. 1853, Anne, d. of William

Whitter, Esq., J. P., of Worthing:—
Percy Sabine Munro Thellusson, Gentleman, b. 1861 ;
7n. 1891, Georgina Elizabeth, d. of Major Edwards of
Ballyhire, co. Wexford ; and has issue— (i) William Dudley
Keith Thellusson, Gentleman, b. 1893 ; (2) Herbert Frank
Whitaker Thellusson, b. 1899. /?«.— Cameron Lodge,
Ryde, Isle of Wight.

Son of Ernest Thellusson, Esq., of Mount Auldyn,

Isle of Man, J. P. co. Devon, b. 1830; d. 1893; m.

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Rev. Ernest CharW Thellusson, late Vicar of High
Mellon, Doncaster. *. 1858 ; m. i88a, Florence, d. of Rev.
S. W. Saunders ; and has issue. /?«.— Ramsay, Isle
of Man.

THICKNESSE, see LEICESTER.

RALPH THICKNESSE, Gentleman. Barrisler-at-
I^w. Bont Sept. 25, 1856, being the eldest son of the
Right Reverend Francis Henry Thicknesse, Bishop Suf-
fragan of Leicester, D.D., M.A., by his first wife Anne,
only surviving child and heir of Ralph Anthony Thick-
nesse, Elsq., of Beech Hill, in the co. of Lancaster, M.P.
for Wigan. Armorial bearlng^s — Quarterly i and 4,
argent, a chevron sable, fretty or, in chief a blade of a
scythe azure ; a and 3 vert, three oak stocks eradicated
or (for Stockton). Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect, vested paly
or and gules, cuffed argent, holding in the hand proper
a scythe, the handle or, the blade downwards azure.
Motto— "Sine clade stemo." Married, 1889, Lily, dau.
of Robert William Haynes. Postal address — 32 Victoria
Street, Westminster, S.W.

Sir WILLIAM TURNER THISELTON - DYER.
Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of
Saint Michael and Saint George (1899), Companion of the
Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire, M.A. of the
University of Oxford, Bachelor of Science of the University
of London, LL.D. (Glasgow), Sc. D. (Cambridge), Fellow
of the Royal Society, Hon. Student Christ Church, Oxford,
Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Bom 1843,
being the eldest son of the late William George Thiselton-
Dyer, Doctor of Medicine, by his wife Catherine Jane,
daughter of the late Thomas Firminger, Doctor of Laws
of Warren Lodge. Edmonton. Clud — Athenreum. Armo-
rial bearings — Party per chevron argent and or, on a
chevron vert, between two mullets in chief gules, and a
portcullis in base sable, three pigeons proper. Crest —
Out of a crown vallery or, a goat's head sable, armed and
gorged with a collar gemel also or. MottO — "Spectemur
agendo." Married, June 23, 1877, Harriet Anne, daughter
of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, Knight Grand Commander
of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, Com-
panion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath ; and
has Issue — George Henry Thiselton-Dyer. Gentleman,
born 1879 ; and Frances Harriet. Postal addresses — Royal
Botanic Gardens, Kew ; The Ferns, Crickley Hill, Glos.

THOM-POSTLETHWAITE (R.L.). Per pale argent
and sable, two chevronels between as many boar's heads




erased in chief and a boar statant in base, and (for dis-
tinction) in the centre chief point a cross crosslet all counter-



changed. Mantling sable and argent. Crest - On a
wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a boar's head
erased argent, thereon an eagle preying s.T.ble, the boar's
head charged for distinction with a cross crosslet also
sable. Motto — " Toujours presl."
Son of William Thom : —
Andrew Thomas Thom-Postlethwaite, Gentleman (1' 1
merly Thom), b. 1848 ; m. 1885, Elizabeth, d. of Thoiu.i.-
Postlethwaite, Gentleman, Res. — The HoUins, nr. White-
haven, Cumberland.

THOMAS, quartered by MALCOLM.

THOMAS (R.L., 1786. H. Coll.). Argent, three lions
rampant gules, a chief azure. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant
gules, on the shoulder an ermine-spot argent.

Son of Freeman Frederick Thomas, Esq., of Ratton

and Yapton, co. Sussex, J. P.. b. 1838; d. 1868; m.

1863. Mabel, d. of Henry, ist Viscount Hampden,

G. C. B. , late Speaker of the House of Commons : —

Freeman Freeman-Thomas, Esq., J. P. Sussex, Major

Sussex Imp. Yeo., late Capt. Sussex Artill., A.D.C. to Lord

Brassey, Gov. of Victoria, M.P. for Hastings since 1900,

b. 1866 ; m. 1892, Hon. Maria Adelaide, d. of Thomas,

ist Baron Brassey ; and has issue — (i) Gerard Frederick

Freeman-Thomas, Gentleman, b. 1893 ; (2) Inigo Brassey

Freeman-lTiomas, Gentleman, b. 1899. 5«a/— Ratton,

Willingdon, Sussex. Town res. — 76 Ashley Gardens,

S.W. Clubs — Travellers', Brooks's, Bachelors'.

Sons of Inigo Thomas (formerly Freeman). Esq., J. P..

D.L., B.A., M,P., b. 1767; d. 1847; m. 2nd, 1803,

Hon. Frances Anne Brodrick, only d, of George,

Viscount Midleton : —

Henry John Thomas, Esq., J. P. (Oxon.), Col. late R.A.,

b. 1817 ; m. 1857, , d. of Serjeant D'Oyley. Seat —

Springfield Park, Horsham. Town res.—gz Harley Street.

Rev. Charles Edward Thomas, Rector of Hemsworth,

b. 1823; m. 1848. Georgiana Mary, d. and coh. of Col.

Hon. Henry Hely Hutchinson, brother of 3rd Earl of

Donoughmore; and has had issue — (i) William Henry

Battie-Wrightson, Esq. (deed. ; see that name) ; (2) Charles

Freeman Thomas. Gentleman, b. i860; (3) George Pelham

Thomas, Gentleman, b. 1864; (4) Francis Inigo Thomas.

Gentleman, b. 1865; Frederica Georgiana Frances; Lucy

Isabella; and Mary Albinia Louisa. Pes. — The Rectory,

Hemsworth, Pontefract.



THOMAS (H. Coll.). Per fosse sable and ermine, a lion
rampant between five crosses pat^e fitchte two in chief and
three in base, two in saltire and one in pale all counter-
changed. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a lion rampant sable, gorged with
a collar vair, holding in the dexter paw three crosses pat^
fitch^e. two in saltire and one in pale argent.

Sons of Owen Thomas of Bodynfoel. Montgomery : —

The Ven. David Richard Thomas. M.A. (Oxon.), F.S.A.,
Canon Res. of St. Asaph and Archdeacon of Montgomery,
Rector of Llandrinio. b. 1833; tn. 1865. Louisa M.,
d. of Rev. W. Goodenough Bayly, D.C.L., Vicar of
Midhurst. Pes.— The Canonry, St. Asaph ; Llandrinio
Rectory, Osweslry.

THOMAS (H. Coll.). Per fesse sable and ermine, a lion
rampant between five crosses pat^e fitch^e, two in chief and
three in base, two in saltire and one in pale all counter-
changed. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a lion rampant sable, gorged with
a collar vair, holding in the dexter paw three crosses pat6e
fitch^e, two in saltire and one in pale argent.
Sons of : —

WilliamThomas, Esq., J.P.,-J. . Pes.— Clevelands.
Wolverhampton.

Rev. Llewellyn J. Pugh Thomas, M.A., b. . Pes.—

AUport Rectory, Much Hadham.

THOMAS or TREHERNE (H. Coll., 1768). Gules, on
a chevron or. between three herons argent, four barrulets
azure. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a heron's head erased argent, gorged with a
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Son of Rees Goring Thomas, Esq., J. P., D.L., M.A.,
of Plas Llannon, b. 1824; d. 1887; m. 1861, Emily,
d. of Richard J. Nevill of Llangennech Park. Car-
marthen : —
Rhys Goring Thomas, Esq., J. P. co. Carmarthen, b.
1864; m. ist, 1886, Florence Francis (d. 1895), d. of late
S. De la Cherois-Crommelin, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Carrow-
dore Castle, co. Down ; 2nd, 1897, Helen, d. of W. T.
Foy, Esq., D.L., of Enfield, Middx., and Manor Garden,
Henley-on-Thames; and has issue ^(i) Rhys Goring
Thomas, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; (2) Gilbert Esdaile Foy
Goring Thomas, Gentleman, /J. 1898. 5^a/— Plis Llannon,
Llanelly, Carmarthensh. Club — Isthmian.

Ygst. son of Rees Goring Thomas, Esq., of Gelly

Wernen, J.P.. D.L. (High Sheriff 1830), b. 1801 ;

d. 1863 ; m. 1824, Caroline, d. of William Esdaile :—

George Gilbert Treherne, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxon.),

b. 1837; m , Elizabeth, d. of George Gape of St.

Michael's, St. Albans, Herts ; and has issue two daus.

A'es.—26 Brunswick Gardens, Kensington, S.W.

Sons of Morgan Treherne, Esq., J. P. andD.L. , Sussex,
M.A. (Camb.), M.P., b. 1803; d. 1867; ;«. 1835,
Louisa Frances, only child of John Apsley Dalrymple
of Gate House, Sussex : —
Morgan Dalrymple Treherne, Gentleman, b.
Hes.—

Goring Apsley Treherne, Gentleman, b. . Res. —
18 Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, London, W.

Son of George Treherne, Gentleman, b. 1809 ; d. 1878 ;
m. and, : —

Hugo Treherne, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

S ABRAHAM GARROD THOMAS, Esquire, M.D.
(Edin.) 1878, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), J.P. and D.L. for
Monmouthshire, J.P. Newport, J.P. and High Sheriff for
Cardiganshire. Born Oct. 1853, being the youngest son of
the late Lewis Thomas of Panteryrod, Cardiganshire.
Livery— 'DAx)!i blue, silver buttons. Armorial bearings —
Argent, in chief five doves, wings elevated proper, three
and two, and in base issuing from a mount vert, seven ears
of wheat stalked and leaved proper. Mantling vert and
argent. Crest- On a wreath of the colours, upon a garb
fesseways or, an eagle displayed proper, holding in the beak
a staff or, entwined by a serpent vert. Motto — " Egni a
Iwydd." Married, Nov. 1879, Ellen, dau. of the late R.
H. Richards, Newport, Monmouth ; and has Issue— tiotl
Garrod Thomas, Gentleman, b. Dec. 1884; Dora; and
Mildred. Seat— ClyihdL Park, Newport, Mon. Club—
National Liberal.

S ALGERNON EVAN THOMAS, Commander R.N.,
J.P. Breconshire and Radnorshire. Born Nov. 15,




1852, being the eldest son of Charles Evan Thomas of
GnoU Neath and his wife Caroline, dau. of Henry Shep-
heard Pearson. Armorial bearings — Party per pale argent



and gules, on a chevron engrailed two gryphons passant
combatant, countercharged on a chief wavy azure, three
cinquefoils argent. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
Out of a mural crown argent, a demi-seahorse gules crined



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