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in front of a dexter arm embovved in armour, holding in
the gauntlet an arrow, point downwards, all proper, three
torteaux in fesse. Motto — " Fide et labore."

Son of Job Guy Clarke of King William Street,

Rt. Hon. Sir Edward George Clarke, P.C. (1908), Knt.
Bach. (1886), was Tancred Student in Common Law
1861-67, Barr.-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1864, Q.C. 1880,
Bencher 1882, Treasurer 1906, Solicit! r-General 1886-92,
was offered and refused the Mastership of the Rolls 1897,
M.P. Southwark 1880, Plymouth 1 880-1 900, and City of
London Jan. to June 1906 (ret. through ill-health). Member
House of Laymen of the Province of Canterbury, Member
of Royal Commission on Church Discipline 1904, Senior
Warden of the Shipwrights' Company 1912, d. 1841 ; m.
ist, 1866, Annie {d. 1881), d. of G. Mitchell of Lincoln's
Inn Fields ; m. 2nd, 1882, Kathleen Matilda, d. of Augustus
Bryant ; and has issue — (i) Edward Percival Clarke, Esq.,
Barr.-at-Law and Bencher, Lincoln's Inn, Recorder of
Exeter, 6. 1872 [w. 1904, Norma, d. of late Henry Octavius
Whalley, M.D., of Melbourne {J^es. — Eastrop Farm House,
Upper Nately, nr. Basingstoke)] ; (2) William Francis
Clarke, Esq., O.B.E., Barr.-at-Law. Lincoln's Inn, d. 1883
[m. 1907, Dorothy, d. of J. F. Mainland, Esq., J. P., of
Orkneys, Chipping Barnet (Hes. — 138 Highbury New Park,
N.)] ; and Ethel Mary [tn. 1899, Capt. Marmaduke Oswald
Norman Rees-Webbe, Northamptonshire Regt.]. Res. —
Peterhouse, Staines. Chainbers — 2 Essex Court, Temple,
E.G. C/k^j— Carlton, St. Stephen's, Garrick.

CLARKE (H. Coll., 12 May 1838). Gules, a bear
rampant ermine, gorged with an Eastern crown or, between
three mullets pierced argent. Mantling gules and argent.
Greet — On a wreath of the colours, a bear, as in the arms,
gorged with a naval crown or, line reflexed over the back
gules, supporting a battleaxe erect proper. Motto —
" Moenibus crede ligneis."

Son of Lt.-Col. Albert Edward Stanley Clarke, D.S.O. ,
M.V.O., late Scots Guards, b. 1879 ; d. 1926 ; vi. 1907,
Evelyn, d. of Sir Alexander Baird, ist Bart.: —
Alexander Frank Stanley Clarke, Esq., b. 1908. Res. —
The Hall, Grinshill, Shrewsbury.

Sons of Augustus Terry Clarke, Esq., of Achareidh,

CO. Nairn, J. P., D.L , b. 1808; d. 1886; m. 1832,

Charlotte, d. of Major John Lloyd Jones: —

Tyrrel Hastings Calvert Augustus Clarke, Esq., J. P. and

D.L. CO. Nairn, b. 1842; m. 1880, Rachel Eleanor Jane,

d. of late Andrew Steuart, Esq., M.P., J. P., D.L., cf

Auchlunkart, co. Banff; and has surv. issue — (i) Arthur

Calvert Keir Steuart Clarke, Esq., Maj. isth Lancers

(Indian Army), b. 1884; (2) Alister Hastings Steuart

Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1885 \m. 1920, Daphne Aitken].

Seats — Achareidh, Nairn, N.B. ; DeyaviUe Estate, Ceylon.

Club — Caledonian .

Stanley De Vere Brodic Augustus Clarke, Gentleman,
b. 1844 ; is married and has issue. Res. —

Seymour Gordon Fowler Augustus Clarke, Gentleman,
b. 1850; m. 1871, Harriet Nubil Tavlor ; and has issue.

CLARKE late of Burfield Hall (H. Coll.). Argent, three
pennas and ink-horns, two and one proper, on a chief wavy
vert, a barque-rigged man-of-war also proper. Mantling
vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
dexter arm embowed, vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand
holding a quill pen, both proper. MottO — " Pro patria

Son of Alexander Clarke, R.N., b. 1835; d. 1876;

m. 1861, Isabella, d. of James Clark: —
James Alexander Clarke, Esq., Maj. and Brev. Lt.-Col.,
late Paymaster R.N., served Great War, b. 1862 ; m. 1893,
Joan Finlay, d. of Robert Maclaren ; and has issue —
Alexander Robert Maclaren Clarke, Gentleman ; and Isabel
Joan \jn. 1926, George Campbell Gillan, Sarawak C.S.]
Res. — Banzai, Folkestone. Clubs — Junior United Service ;
Norfolk County (Norwich).

CLARKE. Argent, on a bend nebuly gules, between
four pellets, a fountain proper, between two swans of the
first. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, upon a mount vert, a swan argent, charged
on the body with two pellets fessewise, holding in tiie

beak an ostrich feather or. Motto — "Si bene facias nil
metuas." Livery — Dark blue, with blue and yellow striped

Sons of Alexander Felix Clarke, Gentleman, formerly
of Midgham House, Berks., b. Dec. 11, 1853; d.
Alexander Cecil Clarke, Gentleman, mining engineer, b.

, Res.—
Charles Felix Clarke, Esq., Major 3rd Hussars, b.
Edward Denman Clarke, Gentleman, b. . Res. —
Son of Alexander Felix Clarke, Gentleman, Banker
in St. Petersburg, b. May 14, 1821 ; d. ; jn. April

30, 1852, Sophia, dau. of J. Outine : —
Frederick Seymour Clarke, Gentleman, Diplomatic
Service (ret. ), i^. June 18,1855. Res. — 40 Portman Square,

FRANK CLARKE, Gentleman. Born August 20, 1855.
being the second son of the late Thomas Clarke of The
Elms, CO. Derby, by his wife Sarah Elizabeth, only child
of Edward Ramsbottom of Liverpool. Armorial bearings
— Gules, a saltire engrailed erminois, between two fleurs-
de-lys in pale and as many horses' heads couped in fesse
argent. Mantling gules and or ; and for his Crest, upon




a ^vreath of the colours, in front of a heraldic tiger's head
erased sable, maned or, gorgetl with a collar gemel argent,
two fleurs-de-lys also argent. Motto — "\'incit qui patitur."
Married Mary, daughter of Thomas Stockham of New-
port, CO. Monmouth. Residence —

CLARKE. Azure, on a bend between two crosses
pat^e fitchfe or, a torteau between two trefoils slipped
vert. Mantling azure and or ; and for his Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, a boar's head erased sable, trans-
fi.xeil through the jaws with a broken spear proper.
Motto — ' ' Non eget jaculis."

Son of Robert Clarke, Esq., of the Steeple, Antrim,
Lieut.-Col. , late 7th Dragoon Guards, b. 1842; d.
1906 ; m. 1876, Sarah Louisa Cavendish, youngest
dau. of Major Roger Palmer of Carrowmore, co.
Mayo : —
George Fitzroy Cavendish Clarke, Esq., Major late 7th
Dragoon Gds. , h. ; m. ist, 1908, Florence [d. 191 9), d.
of William Craig; 2nd, 1921, Florence, d. of William
Walker, of London. Seat — The Steeple, Antrim, North-
ern Ireland.

CLARKE. Or, two bars azure, between four escallops,
three in chief and one in base gules, two flaunches of the
last. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, in front of a dexter arm embowed in armour, the
hand in a gauntlet proper, grasping an arrow in bend

Reginald Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1882; d. 1882.
Frederick Fitzroy Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1889.
Cyril Charles Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1891.
James Francis Cathrow Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1895.

CLARKE of Cuckfield (H. Coll.). Gules, on a saltire
engrailed, between four horse's heads erased argent,
a lion's gamb erased proper. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed
in armour, charged on the forearm with a saltire gules,
the hand holding an arrow in bend sinister also proper.
Motto — " Praemium virtutis honor."

Eldest son of Stephenson Clarke, Esq., of Croydon

Lodge, Croydon, and Brook House, West Hoa'thly,

Sussex, h. 1824 ; d. 1891 ; m. 1861, Agnes Maria,

d. of Charles Bridger, of Ashurst, Sussex : —

Stephenson Robert Clarke, Esq., C.B., LL.D., Lieut.-

Col. and Hon. Col. (ret.) 3rd Batt. R. Sussex Regt.,

J. P. and (1915) High Sheriff, co. Sussex, h. 1862 ; m.

1890, Edith Gertrude, d. of Joseph Godman, Esq., D.L.,

J. P., of Park Hatch, Surrey ; and has issue — (i) Ralph

Stephenson Clarke, Esq., Maj. Sussex Yeo. (T.A.),

h. 1892 [w». 1921, Rebekah Mary, d. of Gerald Buxton,

of Birch Hall, Theydon Bois ; and has issue — Robert

Nunn Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman, h. 1925 ; Simon

Edward Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman, h. 1926;] and

sinister or, flighted argent, three escallops also or.

Motto — " Signum quserens in vellere."

Sons of Sir Rupert Turner Havelock Clarke, 2nd
Baronet, of Rupertswood, Victoria, b. 1865 ; d. 1926 ;
m. 1st, 1886, Aini^e Mary (who obtained a div. 1909),
d. of Hon. Thomas Forrest Gumming of Victoria,
M.L.C. ; 2nd, 1918, Elsie Florence, d. of J. Partridge
Tucker, of Devonshire : —
Sir Rupert William John Clarke, 3rd Bart. (29 Dec.

1882), b. 1919. Seat — Rupertswood, co. Bourke, Victoria.

Res. — Caerleon, Bellevue, Sydney, N.S.W^
Ernest Edward Dowling Clarke, Esq., b. 1920.

CLARKE. Gules, a saltire engrailed erminois, between
two fleurs-de-lys in pale and as many horse's heads couped
in fesse argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest, upon a
wreath of the colours, in front of a heraldic tiger's head
erased sable, maned or, gorged with a collar gemel argent,
two fleurs-de-lys also argent. MottO — " Vincit qui patitur."

Sons of Thomas Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1845, ; d. ;

m. 1876, Frederica Eliza, only d. of Henry Cathrow-

Disney : —
Thomas Henry Cathrow Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1878.

Anne Stephenson (Seat — Brook House, West Hoathly,
Sussex)] ; (2) Edmund Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman,
Lieut, (ret.) Scots. Gds., h. 1893 \m. 1916, Frances
Mary, d. of Robert Bovill Whitehead ; and has issue
— John Robert Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman, h. 1918 ;
Edmund Walter Nunn Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman,
h. 1920 ; Richard Thomas Stephenson Clarke, Gentle-
man, h. 1923 [^Seat — Pickwell, Cuckfield)] ; (3) John
Philip Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman, h. 1896 \m.
1923, Kathleen Adeline Jane, d. of Loftus St. George,
of Crawley, Sussex ; and has issue — Charles St. George
Stephenson Clarke, Gentleman, h. 1924 [Seat — Broad-
hurst Manor, Horsted Keynes, Sussex)] ; (i) Edith Mary
Heruietta Stephenson [w. 1919, Cyril W. Mackworth-
Praed, Lieut, (ret.) Scots Gds.]. S^rt/s— Borde Hill,
Cuckfield, Sussex ; Binstead House, Isle of Wight.
Clubs — Carlton, Conservative.




CLARKE (H. Coll.). Vert, on a bend ermine, cottised

or, between three crosses pat^e argent, as many swans of

the third. Mantling vert and argent. Crest — On a wreath

of the colours, in front of a mount overgrown with clover,

a lark rising proper, charged on the breast with a cross

pat^e argent, and holding in the beak an ear of wheat or.

Sons of John Heber Clarke, Esq., of Fitzharris House,

Abingdon, J. P. for Berks, and Abingdon (Mayor 1884-

85), b. 1846 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1871, Elizabeth, d. of Richard

Badcock : —

Heber Noel Clarke, Gentleman, B.A., M.B., B.C.

(Cantab.), b. 1872. Res. — Marne House, Mount Ephraim

Clarke, C.M.G., D.S.O., late

Road, Tunbridge Wells.
Lt,-Col. Robert Joyce
Berks. Regt., b. 1874.
John Creemer Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. —
Yr. sons of John Creemer Clarke, Esq., J. P. Berks,
and for Abingdon (Mayor 1870), M.P. for Abingdon
1874 to 1885; m. ist, 1845, Anna Maria (d. 1848,) d. of
John Avis of Minehead, Somerset ; 2nd, 1849, Elizabeth,
d. of John Joyce of Timberscombe, Somerset : —
Harry Thomas Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1856; m. 1885,
Elizabeth, d. of John Joyce of Bardon, Somerset ; and has
issue — (1) Lawrence Joyce Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1886 ; (2)
John Joyce Clarke, Gentleman, b, 1889; (3) Harold Joyce
Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1892; (4) Thomas Joyce Clarke,
Gentleman, b. 1902. Res. — Waste Court, Abingdon.

Cecil Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. 1895 ; and has issue
— (i) Paul Creemer Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1895 ; (2) Edward
Joyce Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1898. Res. — Woodlands,
Taunton, Somerset.

CLARKE (H. Coll.). Quarterly of ten; i. gules, three
swords erect in pale, points npward, argent (Clarke) ; 2.
paly wavy of six ermine and sable (Woodchurch) ; 3.
argent, on a bend sable, a rose of the field (Stiurt) ; 4.
argent, on a fesse gules, between six martlets sable, two of
the same or (Delahay) ; 5. argent, a fesse sable guttee-
d'eau, between three water-bougets of the second (Winter-
bourne) ; 6. sable, a chevron between three pelicans' heads
erased or, vulning themselves proper (Godfrey) ; 7. argent,
asaltire azure (Alderford) ; 8. or, a chevron vert between
three lions' heads erased sable (Everard) ; 9. sable, on a


fesse between three sheldrakes argent, a crescent sable for
difference (Sheldon) ; 10. argent, on a bend between two
lions rampant sable, a wyvern volant of the field (Ruding).
Mantling gules and argent. Crests — 1. On a wreath of
the colours, a dexter hand in bend proper grasping a
sword argent ; 2. On a wreath of the colours, a fleur-
de-lys per pale argent and sable. Motto — " Solertia

Sons of Thomas Cl2irke, Esq., f .P. co. Cork and
Liverpool, of Allerton Hall, Lanes., h. 1834 ;
d. 1910 ; m. 1865, EHzabeth, d. of WUHam Ruddell,
Gentleman, of DubUn : —

William Ruddell Clarke, Esq., J.P. co. Cork, M.A.
(Cantab.) .Capt. (ret.) The King's (Liverpool) Regt.,
h. 1870 ; m. 1895, Amy, d. of James Birkett, of Liverpool.
Seat — Trebolgan, Whitegate, co. Cork. Club — Oxford
and Cambridge.

Capt. Thomas Clarke, B.A. Cantab., h. 1871 ; m.
1st, 1895, Katharine Lumley, d. of William Lumley
Perrier, of Cork ; 2nd, 1927, EmmeUne Harriet, d. of
Rev. T. M. Matthews, of Cork, and has issue — Kathleen ;
Lisette ; and Nora Isabella. Seat — Farran House,
Farran, co. Cork. Clubs — University ; County of Cork

Charles Samuel Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m. 1900,
Elsie, d. of John Hughes, of Liverpool. Seat — Tracy
Park, Wick, Glos. Cli^s — Junior Carlton, Constitutional.

Henry Herbert Clarke, Esq., J.P. Wilts., M.A., M.D.
(Cambs.), b. 1875 ; m. 1905, Rachel Dorothy Shuttle-
worth, d. of Frances Shuttleworth Rendell, Esq., J. P.,
of Brigmerston House, Wilts. ; and has issue — Thomas
Humphrey Woodchurch Clarke, Gentleman, and Lieut.
R.A., h. 1906 ; Samuel Henry Rendall Clarke, Gentle-
man, b. 1909 ; Dorothy Frances Elisabeth ; Dorothy
Rosemary ; and Margery Eve. Seat — Brigmerston
House, nr. Salisbiury, Wilts. Club — Royal Motor Yacht,
Royal Southern Yacht, Royal Cork Yacht (Queenstown).

Ernest Joseph Clarke, Gentleman, b. 1877. Res. —
Aghamarta Castle, Crosshaven, Cork.

Capt. George Alfred Erskine Clarke, b. 1879. Seai —
Vicar's HiU, Boldre, Lymington.

CLARKE of The Warren (H. CoU.). Gules, two swords
in saltire, the point upwards or, between foiu: demi-ljons
rampant argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-Uon rampant or, holding
in the forepaws a cramp gules. Motto — "Verite sans

Son of Clarke, Gentleman, of ,

6. ; m. : —

William Clarke, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

CLARKE-BLOOMFIELD (H. Coll.). Or, an eagle
displayed azure, on a chief of the second three
lions' faces of the first. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a fern-

brake, an Angora goat erect browsing, the fore-
legs resting against an oak- tree fructed all

Elder son of Zachariah Bloomfield, Gentleman, of
Melbourne and Drouin, Victoria, Australia, b.




1827 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1874, Ida Amelia, d. of

William Stoughton, Vardy, Esq., Solicitor, formerly

of Nowton, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, of

Kyneton, Dalhousie, Victoria, and grand-dau.

of Joseph Clarke, Esq., of Kilburn Priory,

Middx. : —

Arthur Stoughton Clarke-Bloomfield, Esq., J. P. for

Central Bailiwick, Victoria, b. 1875 ; assumed by Deed

Poll, 1920, the additional name of Clarke, m. 1898,

Ada Victoria, d. of the late Henry McGuigan, Esq., J. P.,

of East Melbourne ; and has issue — John Stoughtoa

Clarke-Bloomfield, Gentleman, b. 1901. Res. — Fers-

field, Gisborne, co. Bourke, Victoria, Australia. Clubs —

Devonshire, Queensland (Brisbane).

CLARKE-BUTLER-COLE of Kirkland and Cote
{R.L., II Feb. 1915; H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4.
vert, on a fesse argent, three lions' heads erased gules,
charged (for distinction) in the centre chief point with a
cross crosslet or (for Cole) ; 2. azure, a chevron between
three covered cups or, charged (for distinction) in the
centre chief point with a cross crosslet of the second (for
Butler) ; 3. ermine, on a pale sable three escallops or, on a
chief argent a rose between two lions rampant gules (for
Clarke). Mantling vert and argent. Crests — i. on a
wTeath of the colours, a lion's head erased gules, pierced in
the neck by an arrow in bend argent and charged (for
distinction) with a cross crosslet as in the arms (for Cole) ;

2. on a \vreath of the colours, a horse statant argent
peletti^e bridled and reined sable and charged (for
distinction) with a cross crosslet gules (for Butler) ; 3. on
a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-bull rampant
ermine, homed and hoofed sable, an escallop between
two fleurs-de-lys or (for Clarke).

Eldest son of Thomas Foster Clarke, b. 1842 ; d.

1926; m. 1865, EmUy, d. of William Duke, of

Chichester : —
Thomas Clarke- Butler-Cole, Esq., J. P. Cumberland,
b. 1870 ; m. 1901, Eleanor, eld. d. of the late Robert
Falcon, of Eskmeals, Cumberland. Seat — Kirkland
Hall, Garstang, Lanes. Res. — Beaumont Cote, Lancaster.
C/u&— Boodle's.

CLARKE-JERVOISE (Act of Parliament, 27 March
1777; R.L., 9 Nov. 1808). Quarterly, i and 4, sable, a
chevron between three eaglets close argent (Jervoise) ; 2 and

3, arure, three escallops in pale or, between two (launches
erminois, each charged with a cross pat6e fitch^e gules
(Clarke). Mantling sable and argent. Crests -i. on a
wreath of the colours, an heraldic tiger's head sable (Jer-
voise) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, within a ring or, set
with a diamond proper, a roundel per pale gules and azure,
charged with a ph eon argent (Clarke). Motto — " Virtutis
prasmium laus."

Son of Alan Arthur Clarkc-Jervoise, Gentleman, late

Bombay Civil Service, 6. 1836; d. 1908; tn. 2nd, 1869,

Helen Jane (</. 1872), d. of Major J. Cruikshank ; 3rd,

1874, Gertrude Stanhope, d. of Surg.-Maj. A. V.

Ward :—

Sir Dudley Alan Lestock Clarke-Jervoise, 7th Bart. (13

Nov. 1813), late 2nd Lieut, ifth Res. Batt. E. Lanes. Regt.,

f. 1876; s. his half-brother 1916 ; ?>i. 1908, Grace Eostre,

d. of Walter Ellison, of Eastbrooke, Wellingbcrough ; and

has issue — Gladys Agnes. 5(fa/— Idsworth, Horndean,

. Hants.

CLARKE-THORN HILL (R.L., H. Coll.,) Quarterly,
I and 4, gules, two bars gemelles and a chief argent
(Thorn hill, tem/>. Edw. III.) ; 2 and 3, or, a cross raguly be-
tween four trefoils vert, a crescent for difference (Clarke).
Mantling gules and argent. Crests— i. on a wreath of the
colours, the bust of a woman pr^ per, vested gules, fim-
briated or, crinedand ducally crowned also or, issuant from
the crown five thorn-leaves vert (Thornhill) ; 2. on a wreath
of the colours, a peacock's head erased proper, in the beak
a trefoil slipped vert, a crescent for difference (Clarke).

Son of William Capel Clarke-Thornhill (formerly

Clarke), Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Northants., of Swake-

leys, Middx., of Fixby Hall, Yorks., and of Rushton

Hall, Northants., formerly Capt. 23rd Welsh Fus., d.

1832 ; d. 1898 ; m. 1855, Clara, eld. d. and coh. of

Thomas Thornhill of Fixby Hall, Yorks.:—

Thomas Bryan Clarke-Thornhill, Gentleman, M. A. Oxon. ,

Sec. Diplomatic Service, fi. 1857. Seats— Rushton Hall,

Kettering; Fixby Hall, Huddersfield. CluPs — Arthur's,

Travellers', St. James's.

Bach., C.B. E. (civ.), one of the Justices of His Majesty's
High Court of Justice, M.A. (Oxon). Born Jan. 14, 1870,
being the younger son of the late Charles Clauson, Knight of
the Orders of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus and of the
Crown of Italy, by Julia Burton his wife, dau. of the
late John Wall Buckley, M.A., Clerk in Holy Orders.
Armorial bearings — Barry of four per pale sable and or,
counterchanged, three bendlets argent within two flaunches
ermine, in chief a crescent of the third for difference.
Above the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his
degree. Mantling sable and or. Crest — Upon a wreath
of the colours, a mullet of ten points encircled by an
annulet or, between two wings sable, the dexter charged
with three bendlets and the sinister with as many bend-
lets in sinister argent. Motto — " Spes et fides." Married,
Dec. 15, igo2, Kate, dau. of James Thomas Hopwood
of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law, and widow of Lucas
Thomasson of Hawkshead House, North Minims, Herts.
Hes. — Hawkshead House, Hatfield, Herts. Cluds — United
University, Athenaeum.

CLAUSON. Barry of four per pale sable and or,
counterchanged, three bendlets argent within two
flaunches ermine. Mantling sable and or. Crest — Upon
a wreath of the colours, a mullet of ten points encircled
by an annulet or, between two wings sable, the dexter
charged with three bendlets and the sinister with as many
bendlets in sinister argent. Motto, " Spes et fides."

Sons of Sir John Eugene Clauson, K.C.M.G., C.V.O.,

Major Roy. Eng. , formerly Lieut. -Gov. and Chief Sec.

to the Govt, of Malta, and High Commissioner of

Cyprus, d. 1866; d. 1918 ; m. July 23, 1890, Mary

Elisabeth, eldest dau. of the late Col. Sir William

Thomas Makins, Bart., D.L. : —

Gerard Leslie Makins Clauson, Esq., O.B.E., Colonial

Office, l>. April 28, 1891 ; m. 1918, Honor Emily Mary,

only d. of the late Ernest Innis Husey, Esq., M.V.O. ;

and has issue — 2 sons ; i dau. Res. — 25 Lansdowne

Crescent, W. 11.

Philip Anthony Clauson, Esq., Lieut. R.E., d. May 4,

Miles John Clauson, Esq., India Office, />. Mar. 29, 1902.


CLAY (H. Coll., 1841). Argent, a che\Ton engrailed
paly sable and or between three trefoils of the second.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, two wings argent, each charged with a chevTon
engrailed between three trefoils sUpped sable. Motto —
" Per orbem."

Son of Sir Arthur Temple Felix Clay, 4th Bart., J. P.

cos. Surrey and London, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 1842 ;

d. 1928 ; m. 1869, Margaret, d. of Arthur Kett

Barclay : —
Sir George Felix Neville Clay, 5th Bart. (30 Sept.
1841), B.A. (Camb.), i. 1871 ; m. 1904, Rachel, d. of Rt.
Hon. Henry Hobhouse, P. C. , and has issue — Henry Felix
Clay, Esq., d. 1909; Anthony George Hobhouse Clay,
Gentleman, fi. 19x4 ; Margaret Imogen ; Janet ; and Theresa
Rachel. Town res. — 18 Kensington Park Gardens, W.
C7ud — Athenaeum,

CLAY of Piercefield Park (H. Coll., 21 May, 1884).
Argent, a chevron indented between three trefoils slipped,
in the centre chief point a wing all sable. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
two wings argent, sem6e of trefoils slipped sable, a mount
vert and thereon two estoiles gules. Motto — " Clarior
virtus honoribus." Livery — Drab, yellow waistcoat.

Sons of Henry Clay, Esq., M.A., J. P., D.L., b. 1825;
d. 1921 ; m. 1863, Mary Louisa (d. 1872), second d. ot
Henry Boden of Ednaston, co. Derby : —

Henry Hastings Clay, Esq., Capt. Mon. Mil, J. P., D.L.
for Monmouth, High Sheriff 1895, 1^. 1864 ; m. 1891, Mabel
Millicent, second d. of Charles Henry Williams of Roath
Court, Cardiff; and has issue — Henry Charles Hastings
Clay, Gentleman, Lieut, (ret.) R. Monmouthsh. R.E. (S.R.),
b. 1895; Richard Leigh Clay, Gentleman, b. 1898; Mabel
Edith Mary, and Phillis Irene. Seat — Piercefield Park,
Chepstow, CO. Monmouth.

Charles Leigh Clay, Gentleman, M.A. , New College,
Oxford, b. 1866 ; 7n. 1897, Margaret, d. of John Press of
Clifton, and Reymerstone Hall, Norfolk ; and has issue —
John Charles Clay, Gentleman, b. 1898 ; Gerard Leigh Clay,




Gentleman, b. 1904 ; Henry Anthony Patrick Clay, Gentle-

man, b. 1915 ; and Bridget Margaret. Seat — Wyndcliffe
Court, Chepstow.

Son of Joseph Spender Clay, Esq., of Ford Manor,

CO. Surrey, J. P. co. Derby, b. 1826; d. 1885; m. 1874,

Elizabeth Sydney Jane, d. of Rev. James P. Garrett of

Cilgarron, co. Carlow; —

Lt.-Col, Herbert Henry Spender Clay, C.M.G., M.C.,

D.L. and J.P, Surrey, M.P. Tonbridge since 1910, late

2nd Life Guards, b. 1875; m. 1904, Pauline, only d. of

William Waldorf Astor of Cliveden, Bucks., and Hever

Castle, Kent ; and has surv. issue — Phyllis Mary ; and

Rachel Pauline. Seat — Ford Manor, Lingfield, Surrey.

Town res. — 2 Hyde Park Street, W.2. Clubs — Carlton,


Sons of Arthur Joseph Clay, J.P. Staffs. , b. 1870 ; d. on
active service 1915 ; m. 1905, Bridget (jRes. — The
Well House, Banstead. Surrey), d. of Thomas
Swynfen Parker-Jervis of Footherley Hall: —
Charles John Jervis Clay, Gentleman, b. 1910.
Henry Arthur Clay, Gentleman, b. 1913.
Sons of Charles John Clay, Esq., J.P. cos. Derby and
Stafford, B.A. (Oxon.), Barrister-at-Law, b. 1828; d.

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