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CAMPBELL. '

CLAVERING, see NAPIER-CLAVERING.

CLAXTON, quartered by SALVIN and CONYERS.

CLAY, quartered by KER-SEYMER.

ALFRED CLAY, Esquire, J. P. for co. Derby, of Darley
Hall, Matlock. Born March 20, 1842, being the second
son of the late Joseph Travis Clay, Gentleman, of Ras-
trick, in the county of York, by his wife Jane, eldest dau.
of Isaac Whitwell of Kendal. Armorial bearings— Ar-
gent, guttde-de-poix, on a chevron engrailed between three
trefoils slipped sable, a rose between two martlets argent ;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, an annulet
sable surmounted by a martlet argent, between two wings also
argent, gutt6e-de-poix, each wing charged with three trefoils
or and two sable. Married, July 23, 1885, Harriett, dau. of
Thomas Frederick Hutchinson of The Groves, Isle of Man.

ARTHUR TRAVIS CLAY, Esquire, J.P. for East
Ridmg, CO. York, of Holly Bank, Rastrick, co. York.
Bor?i Sept. 6, 1845, being the third son of the late Joseph
Travis Clay, Gentleman, of Rastrick, co. York, by his
wife Jane, eldest daughter of Isaac Whitwell of Kendal.
Armorial bearings— Argent, gutt6e-de-poix, on a chevron
engrailed between three trefoils slipped sable, a rose
between two martlets argent. Crest — Upon a wreath
of the colours, an annulet sable surmounted by a
martlet argent, between two wings also urgent guttfe-de-
poix, each wing charged with three trefoils one and two
sable. Married, February 21, 1875, Edith Beaumont,
daughter of B. H. Bates of Liverpool (she died August 24,
1889); and has had Iss7ie—(i) Hugh Travis Clay, Gentle-
man, born April 19, 1876 ; (2) Percival Travis Clay, Gentle-
man, born May 6, 1881 ; (3) Wilfred Travis Clay, Gentleman,
born June 25, 1882 ; (4) Guy Travis Clay, Gentleman, born
and died January 18, 1885 ; and Marjorie Beaumont.

CHARLES JOHN CLAY, Esquire, J.P. co. Cam-
bridge, and for the borough of Cambridge, M.A. (Cantab).
Born July 2, 1827, being the eldest son of the late Richard
Clay of Avenue House, Muswell Hill, Hornsey, by his wife
Susan, dau. of Robert Painter of Cambridge. Armorial
bearings— Argent, a bend dovetail between a book in chief
and two mascles in base all azure. Mantling ;izure and
argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours, upon a
rock proper, a pheon azure, in front thereof a key fesse-
ways ward upwards and to the sinister of the last. Motto
—"Propositi tenax." Married, Aug. 16, 1854, Emily
Jane, fourth dau. of William Eady of Campsbourne,
Hornsey, Middlesex; and has Issue— (1) John Clay,
Oentlen-.an, b. Jan. 25, 1858 ; (2) Charles Felix Clay, Gentle-
man, b. Nov. s, 1861 ; Mary Aimfe ; Marian Emily ; and
Alice. i?«j.— West House, Cambridge. C/a^j— Cambridge
County (Cambridge), University Carlton (Cambridge).

S HENRY CLAY, Esquire, M.A., J.P. and D.L. Bom
1825, being the eldest son of the late Henry Clay, Esq. ,



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J.P. for COS. Derby and Stafford, by his wite Elizabeth,
second dau. of John Leigh. Livery-T>r^h, yellow waist-
h^f, Armorial bearings-Argent, a chevron indented
bet\veen hree trefoils slipped, in the centre chief point
a wing all sable. MantUng sable and argent. Crest—
?JL^^ ^^ath of the colours, in front of two wings argent,
sem^e of trefoils slipped sable, a mount vert, and thereon




two estoiles gules. Motto -" Clarior virtus honoribus."
Married, 1863, Mary Louisa, second dau. of Henry
Boden of Ednaston, co. Derby; and hss Issue — (i) Henry
Hastings Clay. Esq.. Capt. Monmouth Militia. J.P. and
D.L. for Monmouth. High Sheriff co. Monmouth 1895,
b. 1864 [m., Feb. 4. 1891, Mabel Millicent, second dau.
of Charles Henry Williams of Roath Court, Cardiff; and
has issue — Henry Charles Hastings Clay, Gentleman, b.
189^ ; Richard Leigh Clay. Gentleman, b. 1898 ; Mabel
Edith Mary, and Phillis Irene]; (2) Charles Leigh Clay.
Gentleman, M.A. New College, Oxford, b. 1866 [m., Feb.
1897. Margaret, dau. of John Press of The Avenue, Clifton,
and has issue — John Charles Clay, Gentleman, b. 1898] ;
and Edith Louisa. Seat — Piercefield Park, Chepstow,
CO. Monmouth. Club — Junior Constitutional.

JOHN WILLIAM CLAY, Esquire. F.S.A., of Rastrick,
Justice of the Peace for the West Riding of the county
of York. Born February 13, 1838, being the eldest son
of the late Joseph Travis Clay of Rastrick, in the county
of York, by his wife Jane, eldest daughter of Isaac Whitwell
of Kendal. Armorial bearings — He bears for Anns :
Argent, gutt6e-de-poix, on a chevron engrailed between
three trefoils slipped sable, a rose between three martlets
argent ; and for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours,
an annulet sable surmounted by a martlet argent, between
two wings also argent, guttle de-poix, each wing charged
with three trefoils one and two sable. Married, April 4,
1878, Alice Carohne, daughter of Henry Pilleau ; and has
Issue — (i) Lionel Pilleau Clay. Gentleman, born March 11,
i88o ; (2) Charles Travis Clay, Gentleman, born July 30, 1885.

ALFRED CLAYFIELD-IRELAND, Esquire. J.P. co.
Somerset. Bom 1851, being the fifth but second surviving
son of the late James Ireland Clayfield (assumed by
Royal Licence in 1827, in compliance with an injunction
contained in the will of his maternal grandfather, the sur-
name and arms of Ireland in addition to his patronymic
and paternal arms), by his wife Letitia. dau. (and ulti-



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natdjr, upon the drath without isstie in 1883 of her brother.
Colonel famei Priaulx. co heiress) of Thomas Priaulx of
Montvillr House. Guernsey. Armorial bearing^— Quar-
terly. I and 4, gules, three flcurs-do-lis argent, t-ach charged
with a gouttenlesang, on a chief indented of the second, a
Uoo passant of the field between two torteaux (for Ireland) ;
■ and 3, vert, gutlfe-d'or, three garbs erminois, banded
gules {tor Clnyfield). 5m/— Brislington Hall, near Bristol.

ARTHUR CLAYFIELD-IRELAND, Esquire, J. P.
CO. Devon. Bom 1838, being the third but eldest surviving
son of the late lames Ireland Chtyfield (who assumed by
Royal Licence \n 1B27, in compliance with an injunction
contiiined in the will of his maternal grandfather, the sur-
name and arms of Ireland in addition to his patronymic
and paternal :irnis, by his wife Letitia, dau. (and ultini.itely,
upon the death without issue in 1883 of her brother, Colonel

{ames Priaulx, co-heiress) of Thomas I'riaulx of Montville
louse, Guernsey. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, i and 4,
gules, three fleurs-de-lis argent, each charged with a goutte-
de-sang, on n chief indented of the second, a Hon passant
of the field between two torteaux (for Ireland) ; a and 3,
vert, gutt^e-dor, three garbs erminois, banded gules (for
Clayfield). Married, 1880, Mary Ann Emily, dau. of
Captain Willi.am Pitman, R.N. Seat — Dowrich House
Sandford, North Devon.

DENNIS CLAYFIELD-IRELAND. Gentleman, M.A
(Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln's Inn, late scholar of
New College, Oxford. Bom 1857, being the sixth but third
surviving son of the late James Ireland Clayfield (who
assumed by Royal Licence in 1827, in compliance with
an injuncti on contained in the will of his maternal grand-
father, the surname and arms of Ireland in addition to his
Stronymic and paternal arms), by his wife Letitia, dau.
id ultimately, upon the death without issue in 1883 of
her brother. Colonel James Priaulx, co-heiress) of Thomas
Priaulx of Montville House, Guernsey. Armorial bear-
ings — Quarterly, i and 4, gules, three fleurs-de-lis argent,
each charged with a goutte-de-sang, on a chief indented of
the second, a lion [lassant of the field between two torteaux
(for Ireland) ; 3 and 3, vert, g[utt6e-d'or, three garbs
erminois, banded gules (for Clayfield). Postal address —
49 Cheyne Court, Chelsea.

CLAYHILLS OF INVERGOWRIE. Arms: Parted
per bend sanguine and vert two greyhounds courant bend




and upon a wreath of the liveries is set for OrMt, an arm
holding an imperial crown proper ; and in an escroll over
the same, this Motto, " Corde ct animo." Matriculated
in Lyon Office prior to 1673.

[Lieutenant Serge Clayhills of the Lithuanian Kegitnent
of Life Guards, Warsaw, is a cadet of this family, and sub-
ject to a rematriculation in Lyon Ofice would be entitled to
the foregoing arms with such difference as the Lyon King of
Arms might decide. Hotoever, he has not yet matriculatea.
The Russian branch of the family has been settled in that
country since 1645, in the reign of Czar Alieksieg Michailo-
witch ; and this branch of the family now bears for Arms
per fesse asure and argent, on a fesse of the last, two grey-
hounds courant to the dexter sable, in chief a crescent between
two mullets of six points or. Various modifications of these
arms have been used, but ike crest, a de mi-grey hound sable
collared or, has remained unaltered since at least 1525. A
distinguished member of the Russian family is General
Clayhills, presently Prefect of St. Petersbur^.^

8 GEORGE DAVID CLAYHILLS-HENDERSON,
Esquire, of Invcrgowrie, co. Forfar, Capt. R.N.,
D.L. and J. P. for co. of Forfar, and J. P. for co. of city of
Dundee. Born Dec. i, 1832, being the second but eldest sur-
viving son of the late George Dunbar Clayhills, originally of
the R. N. , but afterwards Capt. Hon. East India Co. 's Bom-
bay Fusiliers, by his wife Frances, dau. of Thomas Beckett of
Thornton-le-Moor, Yorkshire. Armorial bearings— Quar-




ways argent. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet
befitting the degree, with a mantling gules, doubled argent ;



terly, i. parted per bend sanguine and vert, two grey-
hounds courant bendways argent (for Clayhills) ; 2. argent,
a chief gules (for Menzies) ; 3. azure, three mullets argent,
in the centre a cross of the second, surmounted of a
saltire gules (for Murray of Ochtertyre) ; 4. argent, three
piles issuing from the dexter s.ible, on a chief ermine a
crescent gules, between two mullets or, in a canton azure,
on a chevron between three mascles or, a boar's head erased
of the field, in the middle chief a ficur-de-lis of the second
(for Henderson, the canton denoting the descent from Kin-
loch of Gourdie), and impaling the arms of Warren, namely
argent, a fesse chequy or and azure, between three talbots
passant proper. Mantling sanguine, doubled argent ; and
upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a hand holding
an imperial crown proper. Motto — "Corde et animo."
Married, 1867, Catherine Rose, dau. of Sir John Borlase
Warren, fourth Bart. Estates — Invergowrie, Dundee,
Forfarshire; Hallyards, Meigle, Perthshire; Thornton-le-
Moor, Yorkshire. Postal address — Invergowrie House,
near Dundee, N.B. Clubs — Naval and Military, Cale-



18 tbe Military Cockade.



Cla

donian, United Service, Conservative (Edinburgh), Eastern
(Dundee), County (Perth).

CLAYTON, see BROWNE-CLAYTON.

FITZROY AUGUSTUS TALBOT CLAYTON, Es-
quire, Lieutenant-Colonel late Grenadier
{JTfflttfnn Guards, J. P. CO. Berks. Born March 28,
Xj^*u^VMli 1833, being the eldest son of the Reverend
Augustus Clayton, ty his wife Georgiana
Elizabeth, daughter of the Very Reverend and commonly
known as the Honourable Charles 'Talbot, Dean of Salis-
bury. Lively — Full dress : white and orange, with blue
and orange lace. Armorial bearings— Argent, a cross
sable between four pellets, and impaling the arms of Taylour,
namely ermine, on a chief gules, a fleur-de-lis between two
boars' heads erect 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 leopard's
gamb erased argent, holding a pellet. Married, April 4,
1872, Isabel, commonly known as Lady Isabel, third dau.
of ihe Most Hon. the Marquess of Headfort ; and has Issue—
(i) Harold Dudley Clayton, Gentleman, b. 1878; (2) Lionel
Arthur Clayton, Gentleman, d. 1879 ; (3) Cecil Talbot Eraser
Clayton, Gentleman, Lieut, late Grenadier Guards, b.
Aug 12, 1880. Estate— YyheXd House. Postal address—
Fyfield House, Maidenhead, Berks. C/«(J— Carlton.

m RICHARD DIGBY CLEASBY, Esquire. B.A. (Can-
es' tab.), Barrister-at-Law, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1890. Born 1838, being, the eldest son of the late Sir
Anthony Cleasby, one of the Barons of the Exchequer
1868-78, by his wife Lucy Susan, youngest dau. of Walter
Fawkes of Farnley, sometime M. P. for co. York. Armorial
bearings— Ermine, a lion passant in bend azure between
two bendlets gules, on a chief azure three lozenges or.
Mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, a mount vert, thereon a demi-lion
regardant argent, gorged with a collar azure, charged with
three lozenges as in the arms, holding between the paws an
escutcheon gules, thereon a whelk argent. Motto — " Fide
sed cui vide." Married, 1870, Edith Anne, third dau. of
Ed. Arkwright of Hatton, co. Warwick. Seat— Y'moyrt,
Brecon. Residence — 9 Portman Square, W.

S HARRY CLEGG, Esquire, Deputy-Lieutenant for the
county of Anglesey, and High Sheriff 1892, 1893, Justice



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of Lancashire, by his wife Mary Ann, daughter o» Joseph
Rowland of Oldham. Clubs-Umon (Manchester), Albion
tUldham). Livery— CXsieX. coat piped red, scarlet waist-
coat, silver buttons, buckskin breeches and top boots.
Armorial bearings-He bears for Arms : Per pale nebuly
gules and sable, a cross crosslet crossed argent between
four lozenges of the last, each charged with an acorn slipped
and leaved, those on the dexter of the first, and those on
the sinister of the second ; and for the Crest, on a wreath
of the colours, in front of a demi-lion per fesse nebuly
argent and gules, holding in the dexter paw a cross crosslet
crossed sable, three acorns erect and fesseways slipped and
leaved proper. Motto - " In veritate triumpho. " Married
hrstly , Sarah Maria, daughter of John Chadwick of Reddish,
Stockport, Justice of the Peace and Deputy- Lieutenant for
the counties of Lancashire and Cheshire: secondly Rebecca
eldest daughter of Joseph Sills of Orsett ; and has Issue—
(1) Alfred Rowland Clegg, Gentleman, J. P. Cheshire, b
Dec. 22, 1872; (2) Humphrey Nichols Mavesin Clegg,
Gentleman, Lieut. Hussars, b. Aug. 23, 1882; (3) John
Harry Kay Clegg, Gentleman, R.N., b. July 24, 1884-
Quenelda Mary [m. Charles J. Williamson of Liverpool] ;
Edith Winifred [m. Rev. H. Morgan] ; Dorothy Vernon
[m. Major J. A. Turnir] ; and Beatrice Margery [m. Capt.
Bramston Newman]. Estates— V\as Llanfair, in county
of Anglesey ; and Cow Hill, Oldham. Postal address— VXzs,
Llanfair, Llanfair, P.G., Anglesey.

JOHN WILLIAM HENDERSON-CLELAND, Es-
quire, Major-General (retired) Her Majesty's Indian Staff
Corps. Born December 28, 1835. Club— ]\xmor Army and
Navy. Livery — Blue, with silver facings. Armorial bear-
ings—He bears for Arms : Quarterly i and 4, azure a hare




of the Peace for the counties of Lancashire, Anglesey, and
Carnarvonshire. Born January 17, 1842, being the second and
only surviving son of Kay Clegg of Oldham, in the county



salient argent, with a hunting-horn vert garnished gules
hanging from his neck, a chief embattled of the second (for
Cleland) ; 2 and 3 ermine, three piles, two in chief and one in
base gules, each charged with a crescent argent, on a chief of
the second three estoiles of the third (for Henderson). Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with
a mantling gules doubled argent ; and for his Crests, i.
upon the dexter side, upon a wreath of the liveries, a falcon
standing upon a glove all proper (for Cleland) ; 2. and upon
the sinister side, upon a wreath of the liveries, a cubit arm
erect vested azure, the hand proper, grasping a chain there-
from suspended an escutcheon argent, charged with two
estoiles in chief and a crescent in base gules (for Henderson);
with the Mottoes, " Non sibi ; " "Virtus sola nobilitas."
Married, firstly, 1859, Isabella, daughter of Captain
Morphett, late 48th Foot; and secondly, 1874, Charlotte
Edith, daughter of Captain Fletcher Fulton Compton Hayes
(only son of Commodore Sir John Hayes) ; and has Issue—



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(i) John Macleod Hendarson-CteUnd. Gentleman, born
Ii6«: (a) Fletcher Haves Henderson-Cleland. Gentleman,
bom 1875: (3) Walter Henderson-Cleland. Gentleman, liom
1878. >?x/4j/ri— Roke Manor and Tuckton Housi«. both in
the county of Hants. Postai address— Tuckton House, near
ChriMchivch, Hants.

WILLIAM HENRY CLELAND, Gentleman. Livery
—Dark blue and red and (for dress) dark blue, red. and
white. Armorial bearings Aiure, a hare salient argent,




holding between the forelegs a bugle-horn stringed or.
within two fiaunches of the second, each charged with a
bugle-horn stringed of the first, and impaling the arms of
Chichester, namely, chequy or and gules, a chief vair. Mant-
ling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
on a mount vert, a falcon proper, belled and jessed or,
between two dexter hands couped at the wrist also proper.
Motto- "Je pense a qui pense plus." Married, Sept. 21,
1897. Marie Jeanette Amelia, youngest dau. of Lord Henry
Fitzwarrine Chichester; and has Issue — (1) John William
Chichester Cleland, Gentleman, d. July 18, 1898 ; (2)
Dudley Fitzwarrine Chichester Cleland, Gentleman, 6.
Dec. 12, 1900. Residences — Rook's Nest, Banstead, Surrey,
and Castle Hill, co. Down, Ireland. Cluis — Boodle's,
Sandown Club (Esher).



gules. Afatried, Sept. 1881. Katharine Elizabeth, dau.
of Willingham Franklin. Postal address —

FRANCIS LEONARD CLEMENTS, Gentleman,
B.A. Cambs. Born June 9, 1850, being the second son
of the late Rev. Jacob Clements, M.A., Sub-Dean and
Canon Residentiary of Lincoln, by his wife Susana, eldest
dau. of Rev. Edward Mansfield, Vicar of Bisley. Ar-
morial bearings Per fcsse indented argent and gules,
three garbs, two and one counterchanged, all within a bor-
dure sable, charged with ten cross crosslets of the first.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest On a wreath of the
colours, a lion passant argent. gutt6e-de-sang. collared and
charged with two cross crosslets in fesse gules. Motto—
" Nil sine Deo. " Residence —

S HENRY THEOPHILUS CLEMENTS, Esquire,
Colonel late Commanding Leitrim Militia, Deputy-
Lieutenant for the county of Cavan, Justice of the Peace
for the counties of Cavan and Leitrim, was High Sheriff
of Cavan, 1849, and of Leitrim 1872. Born July 24,
1820, being the only son of Henry John Clements, Colonel
Leitrim Militia, Member of Parliament for the county of
Leitrim, 1805- 1818, Member of Parliament for the county
of Cavan, 1840-1843, and his wife Lousia, daughter of James
Stewart of Killymoon, in the county of Tyrone. Member of
Parliament for the county of Tyrone, from 1768-1812. Cluds
—Carlton, Sackville Street (Dublin), Kildare Street (Dublin).
Livery — White, black collar and cuffs, red waistcoat and
black breeches. Armorial bearing^s- He bears for Arms :
Argent, two bends wavy sable, on a chief gules, three
bezants. Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, a hawk




CLEMENTS, quartered by LANE.

CLEMENTS, see LUCAS-CLEMENTS.

Reverend EDWARD MANSFIELD CLEMENTS,
B.A., Clerk in Holy Orders. Born Jan. 15, 1848, being
the eldest son of the late Rev. Jacob Clements, M.A., Sub-
Dean and Canon Residentiary of Lincoln, by his wife
Susana, eldest dau. of Rev. Edward Mansfield, Vicar of
Bisley. Armorial bearings — Per fesse indented argent
and gules, three garbs, two and one counterchanged, all
within a bordure sable, charged with ten cross crosslets
of the first. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a lion passant argent, gutt6e-de-
sang, collared and charged with two cross crosslets in fesse



close and belled proper; with the Motto, " Patriis Virtu-
tibus." Married, December 3, 1868. Gertrude Caroline
Lucy, daughter of the Reverend David Markham, Rector
of Great Horkesley, in the county of Essex, and Canon
of Windsor; and has Issue — (i) Henry John Beresford
Clements, Gentleman, born October 22, 1869 [married,
October 31, 1893, El^onore, younger daughter of William
Wickham, Member of Parliament, of Binsted Wyck] ; (2)
Alfred William Clements, Gentleman, born January 29,
1871, died February 3, 1876 ; (3) Robert Markham Clements,
Gentleman, born November 6, died December 13, 1876 ; (4)
Marcus Louis Stewart Clements, Gentleman, born September
29, 1879 ; Gertrude Mary Catherine ; and Selina Margaret
Maud. Estates — Ashfield Lodge, in the county of Cavan ;
Lough Rynn and Manorhamilton, in the county of Leitrim ;
Maam and Derrypark, in the county o! Galway ; and



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Killadoon, in the county of Kildare. Postal address— Ash-
field Lodge, Cootehill, county Cavan.

HENRY TOPHAM CLEMENTS, Esq., J. P., Capt.
late 13th Light Dragoons, and 6th Inniskilling Dragoons.
Born Dec. 15, 1830, being the fourth son of the Rev. Jame
Crook Clements, B.A., Cambridge, by his wife Mary, dau.
and co-heir of George Jubb. Armorial bearings — Per fesse
indented argent and gules, three garbs, two and one counter-
changed, all within a bordure sable, charged witli ten cross
crosslets of the first. Mantling gules and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a lion passant argent, guttfe-de-
sang, collared and charged with two cross crosslets in fesse
gules. Motto— " Nil sine Deo." Married, firstly, Jan. 12
1852, Caroline Sarah, dau. of Col. Lucius H. Smith, 6th
Bengal L.L ; and has Is';ue—(i) Edward Lucius Topham
Clements, Gentleman, b. Aug. 30, 1866, d. June 7, 1869 ;
(2) Hubert Clements, Gentleman, b. Dec. 30, 1868 ; Caroline
Mary; Eveline Sophia ; and Ahce Georgina. He married
secondly, Nov. 30, 1887, Sophia, dau. of Rev. Frederick
Borrodaile, Prebendary of Lincoln. Postal address— Bel-
mont, East Hothly, Sussex.

S RALPH ARTHUR PENRHYN CLEMENTS, Es-
quire, D.S.O., A.D.C., Col., and Brev. Major-Gen.
South Wales Borderers. Born Feb. 9, 1855. being the
fourth but third surviving son of the late Rev. Jacob
Clements, M.A., Sub- Dean and Canon Residentiary of
Lincoln, by his wife Susana, eldest dau. of Rev. Edward
Mansfield, Vicar of Bisley. Armorial bearings— Per fesse
indented argent and gules, three garbs two and one counter-
changed, all within a bordure sable, charged with ten cross
crosslets of the first. Residence—

CLEMENTS (U.O., ante 1700). Argent, two bendlets
wavy sable, on a chief gules, three bezants. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
hawk proper. Motto—" Patriis virtutibus."

Sons of Theophilus Lucas-Clements, Esq., D.L. , of
Rathkenny, co. Cavan, b. 1830; d. 1898; m. ist, 1861
Emily Caroline (d. 1870), d. of William Magill, Esq.]
J.P. of Lyttelton, co. Westmeath ; 2nd, 1874, Agnes
Jane, d. of James Stirling, Esq., J. P., of Ballawley
Park, CO. Dublin : —
Theophilus Edward Lucas-Clements, Esq., J.P. cb
Cavan [Arms (R.L., 1823)— Quarterly, i and 4, Clements,
as above ; 2 and 3, argent, a fesse between six annulets
gules (Lucas). Crests— i. Clements, as above; 2. a demi-
griffin argent, beaked and membered or (Lucas). Motto—
As above], b. 1864. 6Va^— Rathkenny, near Cootehill, co.
Cavan.

Shuckburgh Upton Lucas-Clements, Gentleman FArms—
AsR.L., 1823], ^. . Res.—

Sons of Robert Bermingham, 4th Earl of Leitrim,
D.L., b. 1847; d. 1892; m. 1873, Lady Winifred
Coke, d. of 2nd Earl of Leicester : —
Rt. Hon. Charles Clements, 5th Earl of Leitrim (Irel. ,
30 Sept. 1795), 5th Viscount Leitrim (Irel, 3 Dec. 1793),
Sth Baron Leitrim of Manor Hamilton (Irel., 11 Oct. 1793),
4th Baron Clements of Kilmacrenan, co. Donegal (U.K.,
20 June 1831), late Lieut. 9th Lancers, served in South
Africa 1900-2 [Arms— Quarterly, i and 4, Clements, as
above; 2 and 3, per pale indented or and gules (Berming-
ham). Crest and Motto— As above. Supporters— On
either side a buck proper, the dexter holding in its mouth a
trefoil, the sinister collared orj, b. 1879 ; m. 1902, Violet Lina,
only d. of late Robert Henderson of Sedgwick Park, Sussex.
5ea^— Mulroy, Milford, co. Donegal.

Hon. Francis Patrick Clements [Arms- Quarterly, i and
4, Clements; 2 and 3, Bermingham], b. 13 Sept. 1855.
Res. —

Son of Col. Henry John Clements, M.P., d. 1843 :—
Henry Theophilus Clements, Esq., of Ashfield (q.v.).
Sons of John Marcus Clements, Esq., of Glenboy,
(High Sheriff, co. Leitrim, 1868), b. 1826; d. 1896 ; m.
1854, Victoria Isabella, d. of Jas. Robert White of
White Hall, co. Antrim :—
George Stewart Clements, Gentleman, b. i860. Res.—
Henry Victor Clements, Gentleman, b. i866. Res.—
Ygst. son of Lieut.-Col. John Marcus Clements of
Glenboy, b. 1789; d. 1833; m. 1822, Catherine



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