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b. Dec. 15, 1830 ; m. ist, Jan. 12, 1852, Caroline
Sarah, dau. of Col. Lucius H. Smith, 6th Bengal

^ L. I. ; 2nd, Nov. 30, 1887, Sophia, dau. of Rev.

Frederick Borrodaile, Prebendary of Lincoln : —
Hubert Clements, Gentleman, b. Dec. 30, 1868. Postal
address — Belmont, East Hoathly, Sussex.

CLEMINSON (H. Coll.). Azure, a cross potent
throughout, between in the first and fourth quarters a
naval crown, and in the second and third a sun in
splendour, all or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a hippocampus (sea-horse) or.
Motto — " In viar-ecte celeriter."

Son of Cleminson, Gentleman, of ,

b. ; m. : —

Henry William Cleminson, Gentleman, b.


CLERK of Penicuik (L.O., c. 1672-7 and 1807). Or, a
fesse chequy azure and argent, between two crescents in
chief gules and a boar's head couped in base sable.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a wreath of
his liveries, a demi-huntsman winding a horn proper.
Supporters — Dexter, a savage wreathed about the head
and middle with oak, holding in the dexter hand a bow
with a quiver of arrows over his shoulder and the skin of a
wild beast hanging behind his back all proper ; sinister, a
Druid priest with flowing beard proper, vested and hooded
argent, holding in the sinister hand an oak-branch acorned
vert. Mottoes — (Over the crest) " Free for a blast," (under
the arms) " Amat Victoria curam." Zwry— Blue, yellow

Son of Sir George Douglas Clerk, 8ih Bart., J. P. for

Midlothian and Peeblesshire, late Lt.-Col. and Hon. Col.

comdg. 3rd Batt. East Surrey Regt., b. 1852 ; d. 1911 ;

m. 1876, Aymee Elizabeth Georgiana Milliken, d. of

Sir Robert John Milliken Napier, 9th Bart. : —

Sir George James Robert Clerk, 9th Bart. (24 March

1679), J. P., D.L. Midlothian, late Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal

Scots, b. 1876 ; 7n. 1903, Mabel Honor, d. of Col. the Hon.

Charles Dutton ; and has issue— John Dutton Clerk, Esq.,

b. 1.917 \ Susan Rosemary; Dacre ; and Aym^e Lavender.

5<?a^— Penicuik House, Midlothian. Clubs— 'Qs.Xh, and New


CLERK (H. CoU. 10 Dec. 1920). Or, a fesse chequy
argent and aziure, between in chief two boars' heads

couped sable, and in base a fly wheel of an engine proper.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath ot the




colours, issuant from flames, a dexter cubit arm erect,
the hand grasping a sword, blade proper, pommel and hilt
or. Motto — " Fortiter ubique."

Son of Donald Clerk, of Glasgow, 6. 18 19 ; d i88o ;

m. 1853, Martha, d. of John Browne, of Glasgow : —
Sir Dugald Clerk, K.B.E., F.R.S., D.Sc, M.I.C.E.,
M.I.M.E., J. P. CO. Surrey, b. 1854 ; m. 1883, Margaret, d.
of late Alexander Hannay, of Westbum, Helensburgh.
Seat — Lukyns, Ewhurst, Surrey. Clubs — Reform,
Athenaeum, R.A.C.

D.L., Alderman, and Chairman'rerritorial Force Association,
CO. of Somerset 1908-18, Lieut. -Col. (retired) Madras Army,
served in the Egyptian Campaign 1882, as D.A.Q.M.(j.,
Indian Division, A.A.G. Madras Army 1883-88, Lieut.-
Col. 4th Madras Pioneers 1888-90. Born, Dec. 7, 1844,
being the eldest son of the late Robert Clerk, Esq., of
Westholme, Somerset, and The Nook, Hobart, Tasmania,
Sergeant-at-Arms to the House of Assembly, Tasmania,
by his wife Agnes Bertha, eldest dau. of John Edward
Cox of Launceston, Tasmania. Armorial bearings
(matric. L.O., c. 1672 and 1900) — Or, a fesse chequv

Quarterly, i and 4, ermine, fretty gules, within a bordure
engrailed of the last ; 2 and 3, argent, a saltire between a
mullet in chief and a roundel in base all sable (for Maxwell
of Hills). Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest— On a

azure and argent, between two crescents in chief gules and
in base a boar's head couped sable, all within a bordure
invected of the second, charged with three cross crosslets
fitch^e of the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest —On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-huntsman winding a horn all
proper. Mottoes (over the crest) — " Free for a blast;"
(under the arms) " Amat victoria curam." Livery — Dark
blue, yellow pipmg. Married, firstly, Sept. 16, 1879, Mary
Jacintha, died 1894, dau. of the late Col. Richard
Leckonby Phipps, J. P. and D.L. for Somerset, and Col.
Comm. ist Somerset Militia; and has had Issue — Robert
Vere Clerk, Esq., Capt. "The Cameronians " (Scottish
Rifles), <^. Dec. 25, 1883; d. at Gallipoli 1915; and Nora
May [in. 1911, Maj. Onslow Mackintosh, D.S.O. , Royal
Artillery]. Lieut. Col. Clerk ; m. secondly, Oct. 21, 1896,
Ethel Mary, youngest dau. of T. Farmer Hall of 45
Princes Gate, S.W. Seat—Sten House Burnham-on-
Sea. Club~'E..\. United Service.


man, of Kirkclaugh, in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.
Born Dec. 16, 1880, being the eldest son of Edward Adam
Cliff-M'Culloch, Esq., J>., by his wife Janet M'Culloch,
dau. of John Gordon Brown. Armorial bearings —

wreath of his liveries, a hand throwing a dart proper.
Motto — "Viet animo." Seat — Kirkclaugh, Gatehouse of
Fleet, N.B. Residence — St. Clare, West Derby, Liver-
pool. Postal address — 5 Fazakerley Street, Liverpool.

D.L. (High Sheriff 1897) co. Wexford, late Capt. 3rd Batt.
R. Irish Regt. Born 1861, being the eldest son of the late
Anthony John Cliffe, Esq., J. P., D.L., of Belle Vue, by
Amy, second dau. of the late Sir John Howley, Q.C. ,
Serjeant-at-Law. Armorial bearings — Ermine, on a fesse
between three wolves' heads erased sable, a trefoil between
two mullets or. Mantling sable and argent ; and for his
Crest, a wolfs head erased quarterly per pale indented or
and gules. Motto — "In cruce glorior." Married 1904,
Frances Emma, d. of Capt. Segrave of Cabra and widow
of Sir John Talbot Power, 3rd Bart., and d. 1921. Seat —
Belle Vue, Wexford.

CLIFFORD of Chudleigh (H. Coll.). Chequy or and
azure, a fesse gules. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
Out of a ducal coronet or, a demi-wyvern rising gules.
Motto — "Semper paratus." Livery — Blue coat, blue and
yellow waistcoat.

Sons of Charles Hugh, 8th Baron Clifford of Chudleigh,
b. 1819 ; d. 1890; m. 1845, Hon. Agnes Catherine
Louisa Petre, d. of nth Lord Petre : —
Hon. William Hugh Clifford, loth Baron Clifford of
Chudleigh (22 April 1672) [Supporters — Two wyverns
purpure], a Count of the Holy Roman Empire, b. 1858 ; s.
his brother igi6; m. 1886, Catherine Mary, d. of R.
Bassett ; and has issue — Hon. Charles Oswald Hugh
Clifford, Capt. late sth Batt. Devon Regt., served
Great ^Var 1914-18, b. 1887 [m. 1917, Dorothy, d. of A. J.
Hornyold of 97 Eaton Place, S.W., and has issue — Agnes
Mary] ; Hon. Lewis Joseph Hugh Clifford, b. 1889 \_m.
1914, Amy [d. 1926), d. of J. A. Webster, M.D. , and has
issue — Lewis Hugh Clifford, Esq., b. 1916 ; Mary; and
Rosamund Ann] ; Hon. Bede Edmund Hugh Clifford.
C.M.G., M.V.O., Capt. Res. of Officers, late R. Fusiliers,
Imperial Sec. to High Commissioner of Union of S. Africa,
b. 1890 [w. 1925, Alice Devin, d. of John Merton Gundry
of Cleveland, Ohio (Res. — 314 Collins Street, Melbourne)].
Seat — Ugbrooke Park, Chudleigh, Devon. Res. — 67
Madeley Road, Ealing.

Hon. Walter Charles Ignatius Clifford, b. 1862. Res.—
Austin, Manitoba, Canada.

Sons of Maj. -Gen. Sir Henry Hugh Clifford, K.C.M.G.,
C.B., V.C, Kt. of Legion of Honour, b. 1826 ;

2 B




d. 1883; m. 1857, Josephine Elizabeth, d. of Joseph

Anstice of Madeley Wood, Salop : —
Sir Hugh Charles Clifford, G.C.M.G., G.B.E., Governor
and Comm. -in-Chief of the Gold Coast from 1912-19,
Nigeria 1919-24, Ceylon 1925-27, Straits Settlements since
1927, b. 1866; tn. ist, 1896, Minna {d. 1907), d. of
late Gilbert a Beckett ; and has surv. issue— Mary Agnes
Philippa [m. 1920, Maj, Noel Holmes, M.C., R. Irish
Regt.] ; and Monica Elizabeth Mary [m. 1925, Capt.
Cecil Edward Trafford, M.C.]; '"• 2nd, 1910, Elizabeth
Lydia Rosabelle, C.B.E., d. of Edwnrd Bonham and
widow of Henry Philip Ducarel de la Pasture. Res.—
Queen's House, Colombo, Ceylon. 6Y//iJ5— Travellers',
Athenaeum, Wellington.

Rev. Everard Louis Hugh Clifford, a Benedictine Monk,
served in S. Africa 1900, b. 1871.

Sons of Sir Charles Clifford, ist Bart., Speaker of the

House of Representatives 1853-60, b. 1813 ; d. 1893 ;

m. 1847, Mary Ann, d. of John Hercy, Esq., D.L. , of

Crutchfield House : —
Sir George Hugh Charles Clifford, 2nd Bart. (16 July
1887), b. 1847; m. ist, 1880, Mary [d. 1880), d. of Sir John
Lawson, 2nd Bart., of Brough Hall; 2nd, 1884, Janet,
{d. 1885), d. of James Burnett of Nelson, N.Z. ; 3rd, 1891,
Helen Frances, d. of Rev. James Dennis ; and (by 2nd mar. )
has issue— Charles Lewis Clifford, Esq., Lieut. Lanes,
Hussars, b. 1885 ; and (by 3rd mar.) Beatrice Mary ; Mary
Edith; and Helen Mary. /?«.—Stonyhurst, Ashley, N.Z.;
Avonholme, 70 Fendalton Road, Christchurch, N.Z.

Walter Lovelace Clifford, Esq., b. 1853; m. 1883,
Catherine, d. of Edward Bath of Bryn-y-Mor, Glamorgan ;
and has issue— Catherine Mary [tn. 1907, Roland Richards
of Palace Mansions, and has issue] ; Bertha Mary [m.
1912, Lieut. Ian C. Shirrof Hilton. R.N., of Roland
Gardens]; and Mary Lucv. Res. —

Charles William Clifford, Esq., J. P. co. Salop, b. 1854;
tn. ist, 1881, Mary Eliza (d. 1881), d. of Col. Raleigh
Chichester of Runnamoat, co. Roscommon ; 2nd, 1892,
Sicele Agnes, d. of Sir Humphrey de Trafford, 2nd Bart.,
and has surv. issue— (i) George Gilbert Joseph Clifford,
Esq., Capt. 8th Hussars, b. 1893 [in. 19x5, Alice, d. of J. J.
Calder, of Ardargie, Perthshire, and has issue — Anne
Caroline (C/?/<}— Cavalry) ; (2) Rev. Lewis Arthur Joseph
Clifford, iJ. 1896; (3) Roger Joseph Gerard Clifford, Esq.,
b. 1910; Agnes Mary Annette [/«. 1924, Hon. Francis
Southwell, R. Welsh Fusiliers] ; and Rosamond Mary
Clare. 5ea/— The Red House, Market Drayton, Shropshire.
Club — Wellington.

Francis Charles Clifford, Esq., b. 1856; m. ist, 1894,
Fanny Dora (d. 1906), d. of late T. B. Charlton of Chilwell
Hall, Notts. ; tn. 2nd, 1911, Geraldine [d. 1925,) d. of late
Capt. William George Coventry and widow of Andrew
Edward M'Kean. Res. — Stanshaw Court, Yate, Glos.
Club — Wellington.

CLIFFORD (H. Coll.). Or, on a mount in base vert, a
coffee-tree proper within a bordure engrailed compony sab e
and gules, charged with eiglit bezants. Mantling vert and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-
infant affront^e (representing the infant Hercules) grasping
in each hand elevated a serpent entwined around the arm,
and respecting each other, a serpent nowed all proper.
Motto — "Nee sine lab(jre fructus." Livery — Green, with
gold facings.

Sons of Frederick Clifford, Esq., K.C. , Bencher
Middle Temple, b. 1828 ; d. 1904 ; tn. 1853, Caroline
(d. 1900), d. of Thomas Mason of Hull : —

Arthur Frederick Clifford, Esq., J. P. Hants., late Major
4th West York Artillery, b. 1854 ; tn. 1904, Adeline Ger-
trude, d. of late Rev. Robert Fisher Preston, Clerk in Holy
Orders ; and has issue — Frederick Edward Clifford, Gentle-
man, 2nd Lieut. Gren.Gds.,^. 1906; and Adeline Margaret.
Seat — Park Place, Wickham, Fareham, Hants. Clubs —
Reform, Wellington, Hampshire (Winchester).

Rev. Harry Clifford, M.A., Clerk in Holy Orders, Hon.
Precentor of Pershore Abbey, late Vicar of Haxey, Don-
caster, b. 1859 ; tn. 1888, Mina, d. of the late Canon Smyth,
R.D. , Rector of Houghton Regis, and has issue — Irene
[/«. ist. Major Arthur Hudson, 2nd Royal Fusiliers ; 2nd,
1920, Reginald Van Wast]; Nina [in. 1918, Arthur
Livesley] ; and Honor [?«. 1920, B. C. Clive]. Res. — Endon
Hall, Pershore. Club — Indian Empire.

Sir Charles Clifford. K.B.E., C.M.G., V.D., J. P., Hon.
Col. 71st Field Battery R.A., T.A., Comd. 3rd West Ridg.
Brig. R.F.A. in France (despatches) (T.), b. i860. Res. —
Whirlow, Parkhead, Sheffield. Club — Junior Carlton.

Frank Clifford. Esq., late Major (Special Reserve) King's
Regt., served in S. Africa 1900 (Queen's medal and three
clasps, mentioned in despatches), and Great War 1914-18,
b. 1862; tn. 1901, Lilian Mary Twynihoe, eld. d. of the
late William Twynihoe Erie, and has issue — (i) Philip
Cecil Chfford, Gentleman, b. 1902 ; (2) Hugh PVancis
Clifford, Gentleman, i^. 1908; Evelyn Frances ; and Phyllis
Caroline. Res. — 6 Upper Cheyne Row, Chelsea. Clubs —
Junior United Service, Hurlingham. .1- j

CLIFFORD of Frampton (R.L., 31 Oct. 1801, H. Coll.).
Chequy azure and or, on a bend gules, three lions passant
of the second. Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a

wreath of the colours, a hand proper, holding a fleur-de-lys
or. Motto — " Dulcis amor patriae."

Sonsof William Phelps, Esq., j.P. GI0S..B.A. (Camb.),

Barrister-at-Law, /^. 1845; d. 1906; tn. 1875, Gertrude,

d. of Edward Taylor Massy. Esq. , J.P. , of Cottesmore,

Pembrokesh. : —

Arthur William Clifford, Esq., J.P. Glos., b. 1878; m.

1906, Isabella Bevan, d. of late Capt. M. Q. Liddcn ;

and has issue — Arthur John Clifford, Gentleman, b.

1912 ; Rosamund; Elizabeth; and Margaret. Club —


Rollo Walter Clifford, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res.~
Ygst. son of Henry John Clifford, h. 1810 ; d. 1852 ; m.
1837. Marianne, d. of Rev. James Phelps : —
Edward Arthur Clifford. Gentleman, /'. 1850; tn. Helen
Eliza Milne; and has issue — Edward Clifford. Gentle-
man, and four daus. Res. —

Sons of Frederick Clifford, b. 1823; d. 1906; tn. 1848,
Anna Maria Smith Tiley :—
Frederick Clifford, Gentleman, b. 1849. Res. —
Henry Clifford, Gentleman, b. 1850. Res. —
William Vernon Clifford. Gentleman, b. 1858. Res. —


CLIFTON. Sable, on a bend argent, three mullets
gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in armour, holding
a sword proper. Motto — " Mortem aut triumphum."

Eldest son of Thomas Henry Clifton, Esq., M.P.

for North Lanes., J. P., Lieut. Lancashire Yeomanry

Cavalry, formerly ist Life Guards, b. 1845 ; d. 1880 ;

m. 1867, Madeline Diana Elizabeth, eldest d. of

Sir Andrew Agnew, Bart. : —
John Talbot Clifton, Gentleman, Lord of the Manor
of Lytham, b. 1868 ; m. 1907, Violet Mary, d. of William




Nelthorpe Beauclerk, Esq., D.L., J. P., of Little Grimsby
Hall, Lines. ; and has issue — Henry Talbot de Vere
Clifton, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; Richard Michael Aleve
Clifton, Gentleman, b. 1917 ; Yesult Herniione Aurea
Alethea ; Avia Lena Elmira ; Muriel Itaster ; and
Daffodil Theresa. Res. — Lytham Hall, Lytham, St.
Annes, co. Lancaster ; and Kidalton Castle, Port Ellen,
Isle of Islay. Club — Carlton.

CLIFTON (H. Coll., 30 Dec. 1919). Sable, a lion

rampant within an orle of cinquefoils argent. Mantling

sable and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet gules,

a demi-peacock per pale argent and sable. Motto —

" Tenez le droit." Larry— Black, with white facings.

Son of Sir Hervey Jucks Lloyd Bruce, 4th Bart., of

Downhill, b. i8.t.3 ; d. 1919 ; m. 1872, Ellen Maud,

d. of Percy Ricardo : —

Percy Robert Clifton, C.M.G., D.S.O. (1916), Lieut.-

Co). T.F.R., D.L., J. P. Notts., assumed by R.L., Nov.

I, 1919, the name of Clifton in lieu of Bruce, b. 1872 ;

m. ist, 1898, Aletheia Georgina (d. 1904), d. of Rt.

Hon. Sir R. H. Paget; 2nd, 1909, Evelyn Mary Amelia,

(L of Maj. Thomas Leith, of Petmathen, co. Aberdeen ;

and has issue (by ist marriage) — Marjory Sheila ;

(by 2nd marriage) ^ Peter Thomas Clifton, b. 191 1.

Res. — Chfton Hall, Clifton, Nottingham. Clubs —

Brooks's, Notts. County.

CLIFTON-MOGG (H. Coll., 1806). Argent, a fesse
pean between six ermine spots, the two exterior in chief
and the centre one in base surmounted by a crescent gules.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a cock proper, pendent from the neck by a chain
or a shield argent, charged with a crescent as in the arms.
Motto — " Cura pii Diissunt."

Son of Capt. Frederick (ieorge Mogg, Shropshire

Regt., d. 1821 ; </. 1872; w. 1845, Mary Nicholson

White :—

William Clifton-Mogg (formerly Mogg, R.L., 1879),

Esq., J. P. Breconshire, M.A. (Oxon.), d. 1847; m. 1879,

Edith Percival, d. of late Rev. Robert Clifton ; and has

issue — (i) William Percival Clifton-Mogg, Gentleman, d.

1880; (2) Henry Raymond Clifton-Mogg, Gentleman, d.

1883 {lies. — 49 Addison Avenue, W.ii); and Constance.

Ciui — New University.

CLIFTON-ROBINSON (H. Coll.). Argent, a cross
voided gules, on a chief azure, a thunderbolt or, irradiated

Son of Sir James Clifton-Robinson, formerly Robinson
(R.L., 1907), Knt. Bach., J. P., fi. 1848; (/. 1910; m.
1874, Mary, d. of Richard Martin of Blackrock, co.
Cork : —
James Clifton Clifton-Robinson, Esq., i>. 1880. y?<rj. —





CLINTON (H. Coll.). Argent, six cross crosslets fitchde
sable, three, two and one, on a chief azure, two mullets or,
pierced gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — Out
of a ducal coronet gules, a plume of five ostrich feathers
argent, banded by a line chevronwise gules. Motto —
" Loyault6 n'a honte."

Son of Col. Henry Clinton of Cokenach Park, Royston,

Herts., i>. 1802 ; d. 1881 ; m. 1863, Priscilla, d. of James

Loder : —
Frederick Clinton, Esq. , d. 1868. Res. —

Son of Col. Frederick Clinton, Gren. Gds,, i. 1804 ;

d. 1870; m. 1840, Hon. Mary Margaret Montagu, d.

and coh. of Henry James, Lord Montagu : —
The late Rev. William Osbert Clinton, M.A. (Camb.),
Rector of Padworth, 6. 1850; m. 1880, Margaret, d. of
Rev. William L. Eliot, M.A., Rector of Greeting St. Mary,
Suffolk ; and left issue — Frances Elinor. Seai — Ashley
Clinton, near Milton, Hants.

M.D. , F. R.C.S. Born 1853, being the eldest son of the late
Samuel Dodd Clippingdale of Stamford Hill, Surgeon.
Armorial bearings — Per chevron wavy argent and azure,
in chief two anchors with cables erect of the second, in
base a sea-horse proper. Mantling azure and argent ; and
for his Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, a sea-horse
proper holding in its mouth a piece of coral gules, and
supporting an anchor with cable erect or. Motto — " Sapi-
entia Domus erecta est." Postal address —


CLIVE of Whitfield, derived from Huxley and Styche

of the field. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a dexter arm enibowed proper, the
hand grasping a wheel winged at the hub argent. Livery —
Light drab, red facings.

(Vn. Salop, 1623). Quarterly, i. argent, en a fesse sable,
three mullets or (Clive) ; 2. ermine, on a bend cottised




gules, three crescents or (Huxley); 3. azure, a chevron
between three taus argent (Tew) ; 4. sable, a chevron be-
tween three garbs or (Stuche) ; 5. sable a lion rampant or,
crowned of the same, between three crosses form^e fitchee
argent (Lonkeslow) ; 6. quarterly, argent and sable, four
cocks counterchanged (Broughton) ; 7. or, on a chevron
gules, three lions couchant argent (Bolton) ; 8. azure, three
arrows two and one paleways points downwards or
(Archer) ; 9. argent, three pallets embattled and counter-
embattled gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, on a mount vert, a griffin
passant argent, ducally gorged gules. Motto — " Audacter
et sincere." Livery— Black, black and white waistcoat, and
silver buttons.

Issue of Percy Archer Clive, Esq., J. P. and D. L.,
Col. Grenadier Gds. , M.P. , fi. 1873; killed in action
1918 ; m. 1905, Alice Muriel, d. of the late Col. G.
F. Dallas: —
Meysey George Dallas Clive, Gentleman, fi. 1907. Seat —
Whitfield, Hereford.

Lewis Clive, Gentleman, f. 1910.

Son of Charles Meysey Bolton Clive, Esq., J. P., of
Whitfield, CO. Hereford, 6. 1842; d. 1883; m. 1867,
Lady Catherine Fielding, d. of 7th Earl of Den-
bigh :—
Robert Henry Clive, Esq., H.B.M. 's Minister at Teheran
since 1926, d. 1877; tn. 1905, Magdalen, d. of Sir
Kenneth Muir Mackenzie, K.C.B. ; and has issue — (i)
Peter Clive, Gentleman, i. ; (2) Robert Wilfred

Kenneth Clive, Gentleman, i. 1909; and Amy Catherine.
J?es. — British Legation, Teheran.

Clive of Perrystone Court. Quarterings i to 8 as above.
Crest as above. Motto as above.

Sons of Gen. Edward Henry Clive, J. P., D.L., M.P.,
Grenadier Gds. , Governor of Sandhurst Royal Military
Coll., i. 1837; d. 1916; m. 1867, Isabel, eld. d. of
Daniel Hale Webb of Wykeham Park, Oxford-
shire: —
Maj.-Gen. George Sidney Clive, C.B. (1918), C.M.G.

(1919), D.S.O. (1915), Brig.-Gen. Gen. Staff 1916-19, Mil.
Gov. Cologne 1919 ; Mil. Attache, Paris, 1924 ; J. P.
Herefordshire, served Nile Expedition 1898, S. Africa 1899-
1900, Great War 1914-19, Commander Legion of Honour,
Croix de Guerre (France and Belgium), St. Stanislaus,
ist class, with swords (Russia),^. 1874; m. Madeline, d. of
Francis Buxton, Esq., and has had issue — Archer Francis

Lawrence Clive, Gentleman, 6. 1903 ; Robert Patrick Clive,
Gentleman, 6. 1904 ; d. 1908 ; Edward Buxton Clive,
Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Catherine Clive ; and Mary Sidney.
Seai — Perrystone Court, co. Hereford. Ciuis — Brooks's,

Edwaid Archer Bolton Clive, Esq., Capt. late Seaforth
Highlanders, served S. Africa 1899-1902, and Great War
1914-16, J. P. and C.C. Somerset, d. 1878; m. 1905, Violet
Louise, d. of John Ponsonby, Esq., and has issue- —
Nicholas Brabazon Clive, Gentleman, i. 1913. Seats—
Brympton D'Evercy, Yeovil ; Ballycroy House, Mulranny,
CO. Mayo. Clui — Travellers'.

Richard Alfred Clive, Gentleman, fi. 1882; f/i. 1908,
Margaret Elenore, d. of M. Maher of Collaroy, N.S.W. ,
and has issue — Edward Richard Clive, Gentleman, d. 1911 ;
Lilla ; and Joan. J?e!. — Ballarton, Old Beach, via Hobart,

Henry Ambrose Clive, Gentleman, i. 1885 ; m. Helen, d.
of M. F. Maclean, Esq. J?es. —

Son of Charles Farquhar Clive, d. 1848 ; d. 1884 ; m.
1874, Anne Elizabeth, d. of Edward Spofforth of Sydney,
N.S. Wales. :—

Archer Spofforth Clive, Gentleman, d. 1879. J^es. —

Clive. Quarterings 1 to 7 as above. Crest as above.
Motto as above.

Son of Theophilus Clive, d. , d. 1875 ; m. 1840,

Frances Caroline, d. of Gen. Lord Robert E. H.

Somerset, G. C. B. : —

Col. Henry Somerset Clive, late R.E., 6. 1841 ; tn.

(1st), 1862, Alda Blanche Thomas; (2nd), 1879, Ellen, d.

of Lt.-Col. Lugard ; and has had issue — (1) Henry St.

George Somerset Clive, Esq., Commander R.N., d. 1863;

d. 1914 [m. , and left issue — 1 son] ; (2) Edward

Archer Clive, Gentleman, i. 1869 [m. 1906, Kathleen, d. of
Capt. R. Pockley, of Sydney N.S.W. , and has issue —
Enid Kathleen] ; and Ellen Monica Lugard. J?es. —

CLOETE (H. Coll.). Per pale argent and or, a pair of
wings conjoined and elevated gules, on a chief engrailed cf
the last, two spears in saltire proper. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, between a
pair of wings conjoined and elevated per fesse argent
and gules, four spears, two erect and as many in saltire
proper banded by a riband also gules. Motto — " Ubi

Sons of Laurence Graham Cloete (eld. son of Hen.

Henry Cloete, LL.D. , a Puisne Judge of the Supreme

Court of the Cape of Good Hope, by his wife Helen

Christian, d. of Robert Graham of Fintry, a descendant

of Henry VII., King of England, Robert III., King of

Scotland, and William Cecil, ist Lord Burleigh), 6.

1819 ; d. 1871 ; m. 1843, Helen Henrietta, d. of Peter

Voltelyn Van der Byl : —

Peter Voltelyn Clcete, Gentleman, d. 1844; m. 1876,

Hester Frances, d. of William Bowker of The Waterfall,

Grahamstown. Seat —

Montrose Cloete, Gentleman, d. i860; m. 1888, Mary
Florence, d. of Philip Van der Byl of Northwood, Hants.
/?es. — 52 Berkeley Square, London, W.


CLONMELL, Earl of, see SCOTT.

CLOSE (U.O. 1812). Azure, on a chevron argent, be-
tween three mullets or, a fetter-lock sable between two bugle-
horns proper, stringed gules. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest-— Out of an Eastern crown or, a demi-lion rampant
vert, holding a battleaxe proper. Motto — " Fortis et
fidelis." Livery — Blue and silver.

Sons of Maxwell Charles Close, Esq., M.A. , J. P., D. L.
(High Sheriff 1854), M.P. co. Armagh 1857-64 and
1874-85, b. 1827 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1852, Catherine

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