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Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, b. 1853 ; m. 1904,
Maria Louisa, d. of Charles Aristide Louis Poulin, of
Blois, France. Seat — Ravenswell, Charlecombe, Somer-
set. Club — New University.

Second son of Thomas Adkins, Gentleman, of Barnt

Green, Worcs., b. 1850 ; d. 1922 ; m. 1875, Ellen,

d. of Henry Sotham, of Grays, Hants. : —

John Caleb Adkins, Gentleman, M.A. (Oxford), b.

1880; m. 1911, Kathleen Sarah, d. of Rev. Joseph

Handforth Bourne; and has issue — Kathleen Prudence;

Judith Muriel ; Marv Mildred ; Joyce Leonora ; Evelyn

Chrystal. Res. — Highfield, Uppingham, Rutland.

Son of George .Adkins, Esq., J. P., of The Light

Woods, Staffs., b. 1825; m. Anne, d. of John

Adkins, of Melcot, co. Warwick : —

Maj. Arthur Sutton Adkins, late Sherwood Foresters,

b. 1868 ; m. Teresa Mary {d. 1907), d. of Robert Lock

Roe of The Manor House, Lynmouth, N. Devon. Seat —

The Old Hall, Manton, Rutland. C/m6— Boodle's.



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ADLERCRON. Quarterly, i and 4, argent, an eagle
displayed, wings inverted sable, langued gules, membered
and ducally crowned or (for Adlercron) ; 2 and 3, ^argent,
a chevron in point embowed between in chief two^mullets




and in base a lion rampant, all gules (for Trapaud, regd.
U.O. 1752). Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-eagle displayed sable,
langued gules, ducally crowned or, the dexter wing per
fesse argent and azure, the sinister per fesse of the last and
or. Motto — " Quo fata vocant."

Son of George Rothe Ladeveze Adlercron, Gentleman,

of Moyglare, co. Meath (1/. 1884), by his wife Aloyse

Lilias, d. of Baron Godefroi de Blonay of Vernaud,

Lausanne : —

Rodolph Ladeveze Adlercron, Esq., Biig.-Gen. Queen's

Own Cameron Highlanders, CM. G., D.S.O., F.R.G.S.,

6. July 5, 1873; m. 1910, Hester, younger d. of John C.

Bancroft, of Boston, U.S.A. ; and has issue — 4 daus.

Res. ~ Culverthorpe Hall, Grantham, Lines. Club — United

Service.

AFFLECK (H. Coll., 1899). Argent, three bars sable,
gutt^e-d'eau , i n chief two ears of wheat vert. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an ear of
wheat or, between two fern-branches proper. Motto —
" Pretiosum quod utile."

Sons of Rev. James Danby Affleck, 6. 1810; d. 1862;
m. 1853, Sophia, d. of Edward Dyson, of Dalham : —

Sir Frederick Danby James Affleck, 8th Bart. (10 July
1782), i. 1856; s. his cousin 1919 ; m. 1904, Lily, d. of
Alfred Quarm Ross; and has issue -Frederick James
Siddartha Affleck, Esq., i. 1905 ; Dalham Robert Affleck,
Esq., 6. 1906. J?es. — Buderim Mountain, via Palmwoods,
Queensland.

Arthur Edward Highlander Affleck, Gentleman, i. 1857 ;
Res.~

AGAR (H. Coll., 19 Mar. 1919). Argent, issuing out of
a gurge (or whirlpool) azure, a bird cherrytree fructed
proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-lion or, holding in the dexter paw



three ears of wheat proper, and resting the sinister paw
on a block of quarry stone, also proper. Motto — " Via
trita via tuta."

Son of William Agar, Gentleman, of Whitby, Yorks.,

b. 1806 ; d. 1890 ; m. 1840 : —
Sir Francis Agar, Knt. Bach. (1926), Master and
Warden of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners, 1920-21,
and Sheriff (1926) of London, b. 1859 ; m. 1885, Frances
Anne, d. of John Bruce of Hull ; and has issue — 2 daus.
Res. — Imbry, St. George's Hill, Weybridge ; London
House, Crutched Friars, E.G.

AGAR. Azure, a lion rampant or, a mullet for
difference. Mantling azure and or. Crest — A demi-
lion rampant or. Motto — " Via trita, via tuta."
Livery — Dress — blue ani yellow; undress — brown and
red.

Sons of Rt. Hon. James Charles Herbert Agar, 3rd
Earl of Normanton, b. 1818 ; d. 1896 ; m. 1856,
Caroline {d. 19 15), d. of 6th Viscount Barring-
ton : —
Rt. Hon. Sidney James Agar, 4th Earl of Normanton,
CO. Kilkenny (4 Feb. 1806), Viscount Somerton (29 Dec.
1800), and Baron Somerton, of Somerton, Kildare,
Ireland (12 June 1795) ; Baron Somerton of Somerley,
Hants. (9 Ap. 1873) ; D.L. co. Southampton [Supporters
— On either side a lion, the dexter per bend, and the
sinister per bend-sinister, or and azure, collared and
chained gules, each charged on the shoulder with a
crescent], b. 1865 ; m. 1894, Lady Amy Byng, d. of 4th
Earl of Strafford ; and has issue — Hon. Edward John
Sidney Christian Welborne EUi? Agar, commonly
called Viscount Somerton, b. 1910 ; Lady Georgina
Mary Elizabeth Fanny ; Lady Alexandra Heiu^ietta
Alice [m. 1917, Peter Haig-Thomas ; and has issue
(Res. — The Grange, Goring, co. Oxford)] ; Lady Caroline
Amy Cora; Lady Mary Karen [m. 1925, Herbert
Pretyman, Esq.] ; Lady Diana Julia ; Lady Amy
Louise [m. 1925, Hon. Michael Biddulph] ; Lady Rosemary
Beatrice. Seat — Somerley, Ringwood, Hants. Clubs —
Marlborough, R.Y.S., Dorset Yacht (Weymouth), Hamp-
shire (Winchester).

Hon. Francis William Arthur Agar, b. 1873 ; m. 1897,
Laura Astley, d. of Henry Kennard, Esq., of Shopwyke
House, Chichester ; and has issue — John Herbert Agar,
Esq., b. 1907 ; Miuiel Violet Frances [m. 1921, Lieut.
Comdr. William Chambers, D.S.C., R.N.]. Res.—
Newlands, Summersdale, Chichestei.

AGAR-ROBARTES (Royal Licence, 30 March 1822
and 1916; H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, azm-e,
three estoiles and a chief wavy or (for Robartes) ;
2 and 3, azure, a lion rampant or (for Agar). Mant-
ling azme and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant or, holding a flaming sword
erect proper (for Robartes); 2. on a wreath of the
colours, a demi-hon or (for Agar). Mottoes — " Quae
supra " ; " Spectamur agendo."

Son of Thomas James Agar-Robartes, ist Baron

Robartes, b. 1808; d. 1882 ; m. 1839, Juliana, d.

of the Rt. Hon. Reginald Pole-Carew of Antony,

CO. Cornwall : —
Rt. Hon. Thomas Charles Agar-Robartes, 6th Viscount
Clifden (Irel. 13 Jan., 1781), and LordClifden, Baron of
Gowran, co. Kilkenny (Irel., 27 July, 1776), Baron Mendip
(G.B., 13 Aug., 1794), and Baron Robartes (U.K., 13 Dec,
1869), M.A. (Oxon.), a J.P. and D.L., co. Cornwall, M.P.
for East Cornwall, 1880-82. [Supporters — Two grey-
hounds sable, the dexter charged on the body with three
crescents in pale, and the sinister with as many crosses,
recercelee, disjointed, argent], b. 1844 ; m. 1878, Mary,
d. of Francis Henry Dickinson of Kingweston, co. Somer-
set ; and has had issue — (i) Hon. Thomas Charles
Reginald Agar-Robartes, Capt. Coldstream Gds., M.P.
for Bodmin Div. of Cornwall in 1906 and St. Austell
Div. of Cornwall 1908, b. 1880 ; d. of wounds received in
action 1915 ; (2) Hon. Francis Gerald Agar-Robartes,
M.V.O., Counsellor Dip. Serv., b. 1883 ; (3) Hon. Arthur
Victor Agar-Robartes, M.C., Capt. late Gren. Gds., b.
1887 [m. 1920, Patience Mary, d. of Arthur Francis
Basset, of 7 Carlos Place, W., and ha^ issue — Rachel
Marv. Res. — i Carlos Place, W.]; (4) Hon. Cecil Edward
Agar-Robartes, b. 1892 ; (5) Hon. Alexander George
Agar-Robartes, M.C., Capt. Res. of Officers late Gren.
Gds., b. 1895; Hon. Mary Vere ; Hon. Juha Caroline
Everilda ; Hon. Edith Violet Kathleen ; and Hon. Con-



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stance Margaret. Seat — • Lanhydrock, nr. Bodmin.
Town res. — 37 Grosven^r Siiiare, W.i. Clubs —
Athenaeum, New University, Wellington.

AGNEW (H. Coll.). Per saltire argent and gules, in
pale two cinquefoils, and in fesse as many saltires couped,
all counterchanged. Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— Upon a wreath of the colours, an eagle regardant, wings
expanded proper, each wing charged with a pale or, hold-
ing in its mouth a sword pointed upwards, also proper, and
resting the dexter claw on a saltire couped gules. Motto
— " Consilio et impetu."

Sons of Sir William .Agnew, ist Bart., J. P. for Lan-
cashire and Manchester and Salford, M.P. for S.E.
Lancashire 1880-5, ^°^ Stretford Div. 1885-6, 6. 1825 ;
d. 1910; m. 1851, Mary (</. 1892), d. of George Pixton
Ken worthy of Peel Hall, Astley: —
Sir George WiUiam .Agnew, 2nd Bart. (2 Sept. 1895),
J. P. Lancashire and Suffolk, High Sheriff Suffolk 1922,
M.A. (Camb. ), M.P. for West Salford from
1906, /<. 1852 ; w. 1878, Fanny, d. of the late John
Stuart Bolton of Oulton Hall, Aylsham, Norfolk ; and has
issue -(i) John Stuart Agnew, Esq., Lieut. Suffolk Yeo.,
/■. 1879 [m. iqio, Kathleen, third d. of the late Isaac
William Hewitt White of Meanwood, Leeds] ; (2) George
Colin Agnew, Esq. , b. 1882 ; Mary Emily [m. 1904, William
Burn Anderson, son of J. Macvicar Anderson]; Fanny
Isabel [;«. 1909, Major Oswald Kesteven Chance, sth Lan-
cers, son of W. E. Chance, and has issue]; Dorothy [tn.
1906, Hinton Arthur Stewart, son of Hinton D. Stewart];
Sybil Alice [7/1. 1919, J. T. Wentworth Reeve, D.S.O.,
Rifle Bgde. , and has issue]; and Cicely [/«. 1920, Norman
Froggatt Kinzett, and has issue] 5?(z^— Rougham Hall,
Bury St. Edmund's. Clui — Reform.

Charles Morland Agnew, Esq., O.B.E. (1918), M.A.
(Camb.), b. 1855; rn. 1881, Evelyn Mary. d. of Wm.
Naylor of Manor Place, Paddington Green, W. ; and has
issue — (i) Charles Gerrard Agnew, Esq., late temp. Capt.
Manchester Regt. (Copse Hill, Greys, Henley-on-Thames),
d 1882 [m. 1906, Olive Mary, d. of Ven. William Banks,
Canon of Canterbury, and has issue — Geoffrey William
Gerald Agnew, Gentleman, ^. 1908 ; Denis Marten Agnew,
Gentleman, i. 1919 ; and Sylvia Mary]; (2) Kenneth Mor-
land Agnew, Esq., D.S.O., M.CMaj. R.F.A., L i886[w.
1910, Edith, only d. of the late Dr. A. H. Laver of Shef-
field, and has issue— Joyce] ; (3) Alan Gramme Agnew, Esq. ,
Major R.A., Reserve of Officers, b. 1887 [tn. 1913, Dorothy
Cecil, d. of the late W. Winstanley Strode of Kings
Langley, Herts, and has issue: — Peter Grasme Agnew,
Gentleman, d. 1914 ; and Jacqueline]; (4) Hugh Ladas
Agnew, Lieut. Comdr. (ret.) R.N. , i. 1894 [m. 1920,
Mary Violet Maude, d. of the late Hugh Davis of
Trinidad, and has issue : — Michael Hugh Agnew, Gentle-
man, d. 1923; and Anne Mary]; (5) William Gladstone
Agnew, Esq., Lieut. R.N., i. 1898; and Emily Margaret.
I?es. — Durrants, Croxley Green, Herts. ; 11 Portland
Place, W.

Philip Leslie Agnew, Esq., J. P. Northants., Barrister-at-
Law, M.A. (Oxon.),^. 1863; m. 1889, Alexandra Georgette,
d. of Ewan Christian of Alexandria, Egypt; and has surv.
issue — Ewan Siegfried Agnew, Gentleman, Lieut, sth Lan-
cers, d. 1893 [w. 1917, Marion, d. of Frank Loughborough
Pearson], Jfes. — Littlecourt, Farthingstone, Northants. ;
I Cottesmore Gardens, W.8. Clubs— New University,
Garrick.

Sons of Walter Agnew, Esq. , b. 1861 ; rf. 1915 ; m. 1886,
Mabel, d. of Charles Wilkin of London: —
Victor Charles Winter Agnew, Esq., Capt. (late) Suffolk
Yeo., B.A. (Camb.), b. 1887; m. 1913, Phyllis May Claude,
d. of Charles Baggallay, K.C., and has issue — Charles
David .A.gnew, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; and Elizabeth Marian.
Ifes.— 68 Prince's Gate, S.W.

Richard Leslie Agnew, Gentleman, Lieut 15/19 Hussars,
b. 1900 ; tn. 1927, Leila, d. of Brig.-Gen. Anthony Courage,
of Wardington, Banbury. Jies. — ig Lennox Gardens, S.W.

AGNEWofLochnaw(L.O. ,matric. c. 1672-7 and r. 1748,
54). Argent, a chevron between two cinquefoils in chief
gules and a saltire couped in base azure. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, an
eagle issuant and regardant proper. MottO — "Consilio
non impetu." Supporters — Two heraldic tigers proper,
collared and chained or.

Eld. son of Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th Bart., Vice-Lt. and
D.L. CO. Wigtown, M.P., late Capt. 4th Lt. Dragoons,



b. 1818; d. 1892; m. 1846, Lady Louisa Noel (</. 1883),

d. of 1st Earl of Gainsborough : — ■
Sir Andrew Noel Agnew, 9th Bart. (Nov. Sco. , 28 July
1629), of Lochnaw, J. P. , D. L. , and Vice-Lt. Wigtownshire,
late Capt. ist Ayrshire and Galloway Art. Vols. , M. P. for S.
Edinburgh 1900-6, LL. B. (Cantab.), Barrister-at-Law, b.
1850; m. 1889, Gertrude, d. of late Hon. Gowran Charles
Vernon. Seat — Lochnaw Castle, Stranraer, Wigtownshire.
Clubs — Brooks's, United University, New (Edinburgh).

AIKEN, see CHETWOOD-AIKEN.

JAMES AIKEN, Esquire, M.A. of the Univ. of Glas-
gow, J. P. for CO. Dumbarton, eld. son of the late John Aiken
of Dalmoak and Janet his wife, younger d. of John Belch
of Drumoyne, Lanarkshire. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1892








— Or, three oak slips fructed proper, a chief vaire ; and upon
a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a dexter hand
couped at the wrist, holding a garland of oak- leaves proper.
Motto — "In robore decus." Estate and postal address —
Dalmoak, by Dumbarton.

FRANK AIKENHEAD, Esquire, - Lieut. -Colonel
(ret.) Royal Artillery, J. P. co. Somerset. Born




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March 22, 1867, being the only son of the late Robert
Aikenhead, Esquire, J. P. for the North Riding of the co.
of York, by his wife Frances Annie, eldest child of Joseph
Da\ison of Greencroft Park, Lanchester, co. Durham.
Armorial bearings — Argent, three acorns slipped and
leaved vert, two flaunches gules, each charged with a thistle
leaved and slipped or. Mantling vert and argent ; and for
his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-man affront^e,
holding in his dexter hand a branch of laurel slipped and
fructed all proper, and resting his sinister on a chaplet of
oak also proper, fructed. Motto — " Rupto robore nati."
I.ivery — Green, with silver buttons. Married, 1891, Mabel
Louise, cnly dau. of the late Major-Gen. Edward Andr^e
Wylde, late R.M.L.I.; and has \\a.A Issue— {1) Robert
Aikenhead, Gentleman, b. April 22, 1892 ; killed in action
1915 ; (2) Captain David Francis Aikenhead, M.C., R.A.,
/;. June 29, 1895 \m. 1917, Margaret, d. of C. E. Bayne,
Esq., C.S. I., late I.C.S. : and has issue — Robert Charles
Aikenhead, Gentleman, b. 1920; and Margaret]. Res. —
Great Elm, Frome, Somerset. Club — Naval and Military.

AIKIN-SNEATH (H. Coll.). Argent, on a chevron
sable, between in chief two ravens' heads erased proper and



Bursar Univ. of Manitoba 1887- 1916, b. 1851 ; m. ist, Mary
Bertha, d. of Archibald Woodbury McLelan ; 2nd, 1899,
Mary French, d. of William Colby of Stanstead, Quebec ;
and has surv. issue — Maj. Gordon Harold Aikins, D.S.O. ,
K.C., late Canadian Forces, B.A., b. 1887 [m. 1911, Myrtle
Clint (/I'^J.— Winnipeg, Manitoba)] ; Mary Helen Alberta
[wz. 1923, Maj. Frederick NeyJ ; and Elizabeth Grace \_m.
1926, Reginald Ney]. Res. — Winnipeg, Manitoba. Clubs
—Manitoba (Manitoba), Rideau (Ottawa), York (Toronto).
William Henry Beaufort Aikins, Gentleman, M.B.
(Toronto), M.D.,C.M. (Vic. Univ.), L.R.C. P. (London), <^.
1859 ; 7n. 1087, Augusta, d. of Easton Hawkesworth.
Res.— Toronio, Canada. Club— York (Canada).

THOMAS STOKES GEORGE HUGH ROBERT-
SON AIKMAN, Esquire, C.B. (civ.) 1923, of Ross and
Broomhilton, J. P., D. L. , Lieut. -Col., late commanding
and Hon. Col. 4th Batt. H.L.I., and Hon. Lt.-Col. in
Army, commanded Royal Defence Corps, No. i. District,
1915-16. Born Feb. 25, i860, being the eldest son of
Hugh Henry Robertson Aikman of Ross and Broomhilton,
by Mary Joyce, only child of Thomas Stokes of New
Parks, CO. Leicester. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1672 and
1893) — Argent, a sinister hand holding a branch of oak




in base a cock of the second, wattled, armed, and legged

gules, three trefoils slipped or. Mantling sable and argent.

Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a raven's head sable,

erased gules, holding in the beak a trefoil slipped or.

Motto — " Deojuvante." Livery — Black, with white facings.

Son of Rev. Thomas Aikin-Sneath, M.A., of Wood-

chester Lawn, Glos. , b. 1834 ; d. 1910; m. 1863, Jessie,

d. of John Walton, Gentleman : —

Francis William Aikin-Snealh, Esq., J. P., Glos., b. 1865 ;

m. 1898, Louisa Langworthy, d. of Lt.-Col. William Lang-

woithy Baker, R.A.M.C. ; and has issue— Francis Brian

Aikin-Sneath, Gentleman, b. 1905; Beryl Louise; Joan;

Nancy Eva; and Betsy. 6"if«/— Woodfield, Weston-

under-Penyard, nr. Ross-on-Wye.

AIKINS of Toronto, Canada (H. Coll.). Azure, two
lions passant guardant between five fleurs-de-lys in cross
argent. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On .^ wreath
of the colours, a boar's head couped at the neck proper,
between two wings addorsed or.

Son of John Somerset Aikins, Esq., /'. 1850; d. 1910 ;
m. 1887, Abby Lemira, d. of Charles Carroll Colby,
Deputy Speaker of the Dominion House of Com-
mons :—
Charles Carroll Colby Aikins, Gentleman, b. 1P88.

Yr. sonsof Hon. James Co.x Aikins, Lieut. -Governor of

Province of Manitoba, b. 1823 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1845, Mary

Elizabeth Jane, d. of lohn Somerset : —

Hon. Sir James Albert Manning Aikins, Knt. Bach. (1914),

Lieut. -Governor of Manitoba 1916-26, K.C. , M.A. , Hon.




palewise proper, surmounted of a bend engrailed gules.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, an oak-tree proper ; and in an escroll over
the same this Motto, " >ub robore virtus." Livery —
Drab coat, scarlet waistcoat and breeches. Married^
1899, Constance Henrietta, only dau. of the late John
Archibald Midfileton, Esq., Capt. Royal Dragoons ; and
has Issue — (i) William Hamilton Robertson Aikman,
Grntleman, b. November 23, 1902; (2) Hugh Forbes
Robertson Aikman, Sub.-Lieut. R.N. , b. Dec. 9, 1903;
and Margrett Georgina \jn. 1925, Sir Derrick Watson,
Bart., of Earnock (y.z').] Seat — Ross, Hamilton, N.B.;
Clubs — Brodle's, New (Edinburgh).

AILESBURY, see BRUDENELL-BRUCE.

The Most Honour.'^kle Archib.-\ld Kennedy,
third MARQUESS OF AILSA (10 Sept. 1831), and Baron
Ailsa. in the Peerage of the United Kingdom (12 Nov.



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1806), Earl of Cassillis (24 Oct. 1509), and Baron Kennedy
(1457), in the Peerage of Scotland. Born Sept. i, 1847,
being the eldest son of the Most Hon. Archibald Kennedy,
second Marquess of Ailsa, K.T. , by his wife Julia, second
dau. of the late Sir Richard Mounteney Jephson, Baronet ;



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torial Association, late Capt. Coldstream Guards, is
Honorary Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve and Hon.
Comi' , R.N. Vol. Reserve, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow.
Armorial bearings (L.O., 1892)— Argent, a chevron gules.
between three cross crosslets fitch^e sable, all within a




became Ensign Coldstream Guards 1866, Lieutenant 1870,
retired same year ; succeeded his father in 1870 ; late Lieut,
commanding R.N. Artillery Vols. (Clyde Brigade), Lord-
Li .'ut. and J. P. CO Ayr, and President Ayrshire Terri-



double tressure flory and counterflory of the second.
Above the escutcheon is placed the coronet of his rank,
and thereupon a helmet befitting his degree, wiih a
Mantling gules, doubled ermine ; and upon a wreath of his

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liveries is set for Crest, a dolphin naiant proper. [Sup-
porters — Two swans proper, beaked and membered gules].
Motto — "Aviselafin." Livery — Claret, il/ar/m/, firstly,
March 7, 1871, the Hon. Evelyn Stuart (</. 1888), dau.
of the Rt. Hon. Charles, twelfth Baron Blantyre. He
married, secondly, November 3, 1891, Isabella, dau. of
Hugh MacMaster of Kausani, North-West Provinces,
India; and has Issue— hy his first marriage (i) Archibald
Kennedy, Esq. , commonly called the Earl of Cassillis,
Maj. (ret.) Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 187a [m. 1903, Frances
Emily, d. of Sir Mark MacTaggart-Stewart, ist Bart. [Club
— Caledonian)] ; (2) Lord Charles Kennedy, late Lieut. 3rd
Batt. Royal Scots Fusiliers, and Capt. Prince of Wales Light
Horse in Boer War, b. 1875 [m. 1925, Constance Barbara,
d. of the late Edward Clarke, of Chard, Somerset, and
widow of Adm. Sir John Baird, K.C.B. (Res. — Shirwins
Farm, Wigborough, nr. Colchester)] ; (3) Lord Angus
Kennedy, Lieut. R.N.V. R. , b. 1882 [m. 1922, Gertrude
Millicent, d. of Gervase Cooper, and has issue — Archibald
David Kennedy, Esq., b. 1925 (Res. — Brick Kiln
Farm, Kelvedon, Essex) ] ; and Lady Aline [m. 1901,
5th Lord Kilmaine (q.v.) ; by second marriage — (4) Lord
Hugh Kennedy, M.C. , Lieut, late Coldstream Gds. ,
b. 1895 \j'^- 1925 1 Katherine Louise, d. of Francis
Atherton, of Shalford, Surrey, and has issue — Nigel
Kennedy, Esq., b. 1926]; and Lady Marjorie \jn. 1921,
Lawrence P. B. Merriam, and has issue]. Seat: —
Cassillis House, Dalrymple ; Culzean Castle, Maybole ;
and Newark Castle, all co. Ayr. Clubs — Travellers' ;
Guards'; R.Y.S.



George Henry Airey, Gentleman, b. Jan. 14, 1874, Mid-




AIRD (H. Coll.). Gules, on a chevron between in
chief two wolves' heads erased and in base an increscent,
between the horns a mullet of six points, all argent, two
falcons' heads erased sable. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, upon a bull-headed rail
fessewise, a lion rampant, holding between the paws a spike
all proper. Motto — " Vigilantia. "

Sons of Sir John Aird, ist Bart., J. P., a Commissioner

of Lieutenancy for City of London, First Mayor of

Paddington, 1900-1, Hon. Lt.-Col. Eng. and Ry. Vol.

Staff Corps, M.P. for N. Paddington 1887-1906,

b. 1833; d. 1911; m. 1855, Sarah (d. 1909), d. of

Benjamin Smith of Lewisham : —

Sir John Aird, 2nd Bart. (4 March igoi), J. P. Suffolk,

one of the Commissioners of Lieutenancy for City of

London, Maj. (ret.) Eng. and Ry. Vol. Staff Corps, has the

2nd Class Osmanieh and the Grand Cordon of the Medjidieh,

b. 1861 ; m. 1886, Alicia Ellen, d. of James Hall Renton of

Park Lane, W. ; and has issue — (i) John Renton Aird,

Esq., M.C, Capt. Gren. Gds., A.D.C. to Governor of

Bombay, 1921-24, b. 1898; (2) Joseph Maurice Aird,

Esq., b. 1904; Nellie Phyllis {m. 1910, Capt. William Noel

Cunliffe, son of Capt. Ellis Brooke Cunliffe of Petton Park ;

and has issue] ; and Evelyn Dorothy \_m. 192 1, Charles E.

Scarisbrick, of Weston House, AUbury]. Res. — 22 Eaton

Square, S.W. Club — Carlton.

Malcolm Rucker Aird, Esq., J. P. co. Southampton,^.
1872 ; m. 1898, Nellie Margaret, d. of Jeremiah Dummett
of Porchester Terrace, W. ; and has issue — ^Malcolm Henry
Aird, Gentleman, Lieut. 9th Lancers, b. 1899 ['"• 1922,
Joan, d. of Henry Sturgis, of 2 Chester Street, Belgrave
Square ; and has issue — Malcolm Ronald Meredith Aird,
Gentleman, b. 1923]; Ronald Aird, Gentleman, b. 1902
[m. 1925, Viola, d. of Sir Godfrey Baring, ist Bart.]; Ian
Basil Aird, Gentleman, 1^, 1905 ; Ruth Sarah ; and Elizabeth
Mary. Res. — Woolton House, Newbury.

AIREDALE, see KITSON.



AIREY. Azure on a chevron argent, between in chief
three mullets of the last and in base the battlements of a
tower or, three cinquefoils of the field. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, out of the
battlements of a tower or, a dexter and a sinister arm em-
bowed in armour proper, the hands also proper, holding a
cinquefoil azure. Motto— " Je le tiendrai."

Sons of Lt.-Col. Henry Parke Airey, D.S.O., New
South Wales Artillery, 6. 1843; "'• 1868, Florence Ada,
dau. of A. H. M'Culloch of Sydney, New South
Wales:—
Charles Francis Airey, Gentleman, b. Aug. i, 1870, Lieut.
2nd Regt. New South Wales Forces. Res. —



shipman. Naval Brigade, Sydney. Postal address — Victoria
Barracks, Oxford Street, Paddington, Sydney.'

AIREY of Oakwood Grange (H. Coll., 12 Sept. 1922).
Sable, a fesse indented between in chief a mullet or,
between two roses argent, barbed and seeded proper, and
in base the battlements of a tower of the second. Mant-
ling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
issuant from the battlements of a tower proper, a demi-
talbot sable, holding in the paws a mullet or. Motto —
" Firma durant."

Son of William Airey, of Leeds, b. ; d.

m. : —

Sir Edwin Airey, Knt. Bach. (1922), h. 1878 ; m. 1904,
Edith, d. of the late William Graves, of Leeds ; and has
issue — I son ; 4 daus.

Res. — Oakwood Grange, Roundhay, Leeds.

AIRLIE, see OGILVY.

ROBERT SWAN AITCHISON, M.D. (Edin.),
F.R.C. P. E. , Member of the Royal Company of Archers,




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King's Body Guard for Scotland. Born June 7, 1854, being
the younger son of the late James Aitchison of Lilliesleaf,
CO. Roxburgh, by his wife Jane, dau. of Robert Swan of
Earlston, CO. Berwick. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1898)—
Or, a double-headed eagle displayed sable, beaked and
membered gules, on a chief engrailed vert, a pheon between
two spur-rowels of the first ; in the centre of the shield an
escutcheon of pretence gules, on a chevron between three
demi-lions rampant, and in chief a cross crosslet fitch^e or,
.n trefoil between two anchors sable (for Pepper-Staveley).
Mantling sable, doubled or. Crest — On a wreath of his
liveries, an eagle's head erased sable ; and on an escroll
over the same this Motto, " Vigilantibus." Married, June