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T. P. Berthon, late R.A. , of Cleeve Court, Somerset ; and
has issue — Alexander Verner Cochran, Gentleman, b. 1913 ;
Daphne Alexine ; and Euphan. Seat — Ashkirk, Selkirk-
shire. /?«/.— Mult an, India. Club — Junior Naval and

D.L. and J.P. co. of Ayr, B.A. (Cantab.), LL.B.
(Edinburgh). Bortt 1866, being the second son of the late
John Kennedy, Esq., of Underwood, co. Ayr, and AUer-
ton, CO. Lancaster, J.P. and Commissioner of Supply
CO. Ayr, by his wife Margaret, fourth dau. of the late
Colin Macrae of Macrae and Inverinate ; and on the
succession of his wife (on the death of her father) he
assumed with her the surnames and arms of Cochran-
Patrick in addition to his own, under the terms of the
entail of the properties of Woodside and Ladyland.
Armorial bearings — Quarterly, i and 4, counterquartered
i. and iiii., argent, a saltire sable between a cinque-
foil in chief and a crescent in base gules, and on
either side an eagle's head erased azure, on a chief
engrailed of the second, three roses of the field (for Patrick) ;
ii. and iii. , argent, on a chevron gules, between three boars'
heads erased azure, a mullet or (for Cochran); 2. argent,
on a chevron gules, between three cross crosslets fitchee
sable, a spur-rowel between two lions counterpassant or,
within a bordure of the second (for Kennedy of Under-
wood) ; 3. or, three hunting-horns vert, garnished and
stringed gules (for Hunter of Hunterston). Mantling
sable and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the liveries,
a hand proper, holding a saltire sable (for Patrick) ; 2. on
a wreath of the liveries, a horse trotting sable, crined and
unguled or (for Cochran). Mottoes— " Ora et labora";
" Virtute et labore." Livery — Blue, with white facings.
Married, Sept. 18, 1895, Eleonora Agnes Cochran-
Patrick of Woodside and Ladyland, only surviving




child and sole heiress of the late Robert William Cochran-
Patrick, Esq., of Woodside and Ladyland, co. Ayr,
J. P. for cos. of Ayr and Renfrew, D. L. for co. Ayr,
'M. P. for North .Ayrshire 1880 85, LL.D. . Under-Secretary
of State for Scotland 1887-92, by his wife Eleonora, younger
dau. of Robert Hunter of that ilk, co. Ayr ; and has Issue
— Maj. William John Charles Cochran-Patrick, D.S.O. ,

M.C., late R.B., and R.A.F., b. May 25, 1896; Eleonora;
Margaret ; and Kathleen. Seats — [jure uxoris) Woodside,
Beith, CO. Ayr; and Ladyland, Beith, co. Ayr. Post, add,
— Ladyland, Beith, N.B. C/z^3s — New (Edinburgh).
County (Ayr).

COCHRANE (L.O. c. 1672-7 and 1774). Quarterly, i
and 4, argent, a chevron gules, between three boars' heads
erased azure (Cochrane) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a saltire
sable, nine lozenges of the field (Blair). Mantling gults,
doubled ermine. Crest— Upon a wreath of his liveries, a
horse passant argent. Supporters-Two greyhounds
argent, collared and lined gules. Motto — " Virtute et

Second son of Rt. Hon. Thomas Barnes Cochrane,
nth Earlof Dundonald, a Representative Peer for Scot-
land, Capt. in the Army, 1^. 1814; d. 1885; tn. 1847,
Louisa Harriet, d. of William Alexander Mackinnon
of -Mackinnon : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton
Cochrane, K.C.B., K.C.V.O., 12th Earl of Dundonald
(12 May 1669), Baron Cochrane of Dundonald, Lord
Cochrane of Paisley and Ochiltree (27 Dec. 1647),
a Representative Peer of Scotland, Lt.-Gen. (ret.) in the
Army, Col. 2nd Life Guards, Hon. Col. 91st Canadian
Highlanders, promoted Lt.-Col. for services in the Camel
Corps, and in the Desert March for the Relief of Khartoum,
comd. the Mounted Brigade of the Natal Army 1 899-1 900,
and 2nd Cavalry Brigade (six times mentioned in des-
patches), promoted Major-Gen. 1900, in command of
Canadian Militia 1902-4, served Great War, b. 1852; 7n.
1878, Winifred, Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hospital
of St.- John of Jerusalem (d. 1924), only d. of the late Robert
Bamford-Hesketh, formerly 2nd Life Guards, of Gwrych
Castle, CO. Denbigh ; and has issue — (i) Thomas Hesketh
Douglas Blair Cochrane, Esq., commonly called Lord
Cochrane, late Capt. Scots Guards, served Great War, b.
1886 (C/k^j — Guards', Turf); (2) Hon. Douglas Robert

Hesketh Roger Cochrane, late Lieut. 2nd L. Gds. , b. 1893
[m. 1918, Edith Marion, d. of the late Miles L. Davis, and
has issue — Ian Douglas Leonard C(.chrane, Esq., b. 1918 ;
Richard Thomas Mackinnon Cochrane, Esq.,^. 1927; and
Winifred Anne Grizel (A'es. — Woodbury, Talbot Woods,
Bournemouth)] ; Lady Grizel Winifred Louise [m. 1904, the
Hon. Ralph Gerard Alexander Hamilton, Master of Bel-
haven, killed in action 1918] ; Lady Jean Alice Elaine [m.
1914, Lord Herbert Arthur Robert Hervey, brother of 4th
Marquess of Bristol] ; and Lady Marjorie Gwendoline Elsie
[m. 1917, Owsley Vincent Rowley, and has issue]. Seats —
Lochnell, Argyll ; Gwrych Castle, Abergele, North Wales.
Town res. — Mains Lodge, Wimbledon. Clubs — Brooks's,
New (Edinburgh).

COCHRANE (U.O.). Azure, on a chevron engrailed
argent, between in chief two boars' heads erased or and
in base a sun in splendour of the last, a thistle proper be-
tween two trefoils slipped vert. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of two tilting-
spears in saltire, a bay horse passant all proper. Motto —
"Virtute et labore."

Sons of Henry Cochrane, 1st Bart., J. P., D.L. , b.
1839 ; d. 1904 ; m. 1865, Margaret, only dau. of the
late Richard Gilchrist of Dublin : —

Sir Ernest Cecil Cochrane, 2nd Bart. (8 Oct. 1903), late
Capt. 3rd Batt. Connaught Rangers, Barrister-at-Law, Inner
Temple, Hon. Gentleman-in-Waiting to Lord-Lieut, of Ire-
land 1908-9, b. 1873 ; m. ist, 1898, Ethel .Amy (m. dissolved
1910), d. of late John Henry Davis of Cressingham House,
Carshalton, Surrey ; and has issue — Beatrice Dorothea ; m.
2nd, 19H, Elsa, d. of Erwin Albert Schumacher of Prince's
Gate.S.W. ; and has further issue — Ernest Henry Cochrane,
Esq., b. 1913 ; Desmond Oriel Alastair George Weston
Cochrane, Esq., b. 1918 ; and Margaret Elizabeth. Clubs
— Windham, Roy. Irish Yacht (Kingstown), St. Stephen's
Green (Dublin).

Sir Stanley Herbert Cochrane, ist Bart. (10 Feb. 1915),
J. P. and D.L. co. Dublin (High Sheriff 1912), M.A. (Trin.
Coll., Dub.), b. 1877. Seat — Woodbrook, Bray, co.
Wicklow. Town res. — 45 Kildare Street, Dublin. Clubs
— Bath, , Kildare St. (Dublin), R. St. George's Yacht

COCHRANE (L.O., circa 1672, rematric. 16 Jan. 1914).
Argent, a boar's head erased azure, armed and langued
gules, and in chief a crescent between two mullets dispos' d
chevronways of the second, all within a bordure compony
of the first and second. Mantling nzure, doubled argent.
Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a garb or and a pheon
proper saltireways, and in an escrol over the same, this
Motto — " Marte et arte." Livery — Blue, white facings.

Second son of James Gwatliin Cochrane, b. 1811 ; d.

1839 ; m. 1836, Maria Louisa, d. of Jonas Morris of

Dunkathel, co. Cork: —
James Henry Cochrane, Gentleman, b. 1838; w. 1869,
Emily Mary, d. of Col. Sir Henry Atwell Lake, K.C.B.;
and has issue— (i) Henry Lake Cochrane, Esq., Capt.
R.N., b. 1871 [;«. 1905, Jean Isabel, eld. d. of Alexander
Seton of Mounie, Aberdeenshire ; and has issua — Mary
Seton]; (2) Morris Edward Cochrane, Gentleman, Lieut.
R.N. (ret.), b. 1879 [m. 1908, Charlotte, only d. of Col.
William H. Newton, R.A. ; and has issue — Grizel For-
rester ; Joan Forrester ; and Margaret Forrester]. Res. —
10 Ashburton Road, Southsea, Hants.

COCHRANE. Argent, a chevron gules, between three
boars' heads erased azure, langued of the second, and as
an honourable augmentation, on a chief wavy of the third,
a sphinx couchant of the field, a crescent for difference.
Mantling gules and argent. Crests — i. (of augmentation)
issuing out of a naval crown or, a dexter arm embowed, ^ .
vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand holding a flagstaff C-j
proper, thereon hoisted the flag of a rear-admiral of the
white, being argent, a cross gules, and thereon the words
"St. Domingo " in letters of gold; 2. on a wreath of
the colours, a horse passant argent.

Son of Thomas Belhaven Henry Cochrane, Esq.,
M.V.O., Lieut. R.N., J. P., D.L., Deputy Gov. of the
Isle of Wight, b. 1856; d. 1925; m. ist, 1887, Lady
Adela Charlotte Rous {d. 1911), d. of the Rt. Hon.
the 2nd Earl of Stradbroke ; m. 2nd, 1911, Beatrice,
d. of William H. Knight:—
Thomas Dundonald Hugh Cochrane, Esq. , b. 1912. Res.
— Brierley, Talbot Avenue, Bournemouth.




COCHRANE late of Cnlder Glen. Argent, on a chief
engrailed azure, a boar's head erased or between two,
mullets of the first. Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a white horse
passant proper. Motto — " Domine in virtute tua. "

Son of John Richard Cochrane, Esq., J. P., b. 1827;

d. 1921 ; m. 1856, Mary Anne [d. 19 15), eld. d. of

Andrew Howden, W.S., of Edinburgh: —

James Riclimond Inglis Cochrane, Gentleman, b. 1857;

m. 1891, Effie Rose [d. 1917), d. of Capt. James Madison

Andrews, U.S.A. Army , of Saratoga Springs, New York ; and

has issue — Capt. James Richmond Pelham Cochrane, late

15th Lancers, b. 1893; and Effie Rose Mary. Res. — 26

Abercromby Place, Edinburgh.

COCHRANE (U.O. ). Per chevron crenell^e argent and
paly of six ermine and gules, in chief two boars' heads
erased of the last. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a horse passant argent, resting
the dexter forehoof on a harp or. Motto — " Virtute et

Son of John Cochrane of Edenmore, Stranorlar, and

Combermore, Lifford, co. Donegal, b. 1834; d. 1901 ;

m. 1869, Martha, d. of Surg.-Maj. Robert Little, M.D.

Lieut. -Col. John Ernest Charles James Cochrane, D.S.O.
(1901), I. P. Hants., late Royal Artill., B.A. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), F.R.G.S.. M.I.M.E.,'M.LA.E., served with West
African Field Force in Expeds. Northern Territories of
Gold Coast 1897-8 (medal and clasp), Ashanti Field Force
(medal and clasp), in S. African War, and in Great
War 1914-19, 1^. 1870; m. 1897, Eileen, d. of Sir George
Fottrell, K.C.B., of Dunmara, Ballybrack, co. Dublin;
and has issue — Harold Hubert Cochrane, Gentleman,
Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, b. 1901 ; m. 2nd, Katalin Louise
Margaret de Szilassy, youngest dau. of Julius de Szilassy,
Soressex, Bex, Canton de Vaud, Switzerland. Res. — 4
Lampard House, Royal Hospital Road, S.W.3.

COCHRANE of Etwall Lodge (H. Coll.). Per pale or
and gules, two crosses boton^e dimidiated and issuing from
the dexter and sinister counterchanged. Mantling gules
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a hrrse passant
argent, ducally gorged or. Motto — " Virtute et labore."
Second surv. son of Rev. David Crawford Cochrane,
M.A., Master of Etwall Hospital, cf Etwall Lodge,

Derbyshire, b. 1835 ; m. 1861, Jane Elizabeth, d. of
Robert Sherratt Tomlinson, Esq., J. P. : —
Arthur William Steuart Cochrane, Esq., M.V.O., 4th
(1911) Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms 1904, Chester
Herald 1915, Norroy King of Arms 1926, and Clarenceux
King of Arms 1928, b. 1872; m. 1907, Margaret Peregrina,
d. of the late Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, G.C.B.,
K.C.S.I., CLE., Clerk of the House of Commons; and
has issue — (i) David Crawford Cochrane, b. 1909; (2)
Francis Alfred Arthur Cochrane, b. 1912 ; Lesbia Margaret ;
and Myrtilla Jane Elizabeth. Res. — 26 Hyde Park Square,
W.2. Post. add. — Heralds' College, E.C.4.

COCHRANE cf Pedmore Hall, Wcrcs. (H. Coll.).
Argent, a chevron gules between in chief two boars'
heads erased, and in base a boar's head couped azure,
within a bordure sable, charged with eight plates.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath cf the
colours, a horse passant argent, resting the dexter fore-leg
on a rock proper.

Sons of Alexander Brodie Cochrane of The Heath,
Stourbridge, b. ; d. ; m. : —

Col. Joseph Bramah Cochrane, V.D., Hen. Col. ist
V.B.S. Staffs. Regt., J. P. Worcs. and Staffs., b.
Seat — Pedmore Hall, Stourbridge.

Alfred Ormesby Cochrane, Esq. J. P. N. Rdg. Yorks. ,
b. 1850. Res. — Stanhope Court, Eastbourne.

COCHRANE-BAILLIE (L.O.). Quarterly, i and 4,
azure, nine stars of six points wavy, three, three, two and
one or (Baillie) ; 2. quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, a chevron
gules, between three boars' heads erased azure, langued of
the second, on a chief wavy of the third, a sphinx couchant
of the field (Cochrane); ii. and iii., argent, on a saltire
sable, nine lozenges of the field (Blair) ; 3. quarterly, i. and
iiii., gules three lions rampant argent (Ross) ; ii. and iii.,
argent, a heart gules, within a fetterlock sable, on a chief
azure, three boars' heads erased of the first (Lockhart).
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crests— i. in the centre,
upon a wreath of his liveries, a boar's head erased proper ;
2. on the dexter side, issuing out of a naval crown or, a
dexter arm embowed, vested azure, cuffed argent, the hand
holding a flagstaff proper, thereon hoisted the flag of a rear-
admiral of the white, being argent, a cross gules, and
thereon the words " St. Domingo " in letters of gold ; 3. and
on the sinister side, upon a wreath of his liveries, a horse
trotting argent Supporters — On either side a boar proper,
gorged with a collar or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon of
the arms of Baillie, namely, azure, nine estoiles, three,
three, two and one or. MottO — " Quid clarius astris."

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Alexander Dundas Cochrane-
Baillie, ist Baron Lamington, M.I\ for Bridport
1841-46 and 1847-52, for co. Lanark 1857, for Honiton
1859-68, and for Isle of Wight 1870-80, b. 1816; d.
1890; m. 1844, Annabella Mary Elizabeth, d. of
Andrew Robert Drummond of Cadlands, co. South-
ampton : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Wallace Alexander Napier Ross
Cochrane-Baillie, 2nd Baron Lamington (3 May 1880),
G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E.,D.L. co. Lanark and of City of Glas-
gow, B.A. Oxford, Lt.-Col. Lanarkshire Yeo., Brigadier
Royal Company of Archers, M.P. for St. Pancras 1886-90,
Governor of Queensland 1 895-1 901, Governor of Bombay
1903-7, b. i860 ; m. 1895, Mary Haughton (Extra Lady of
the Bedchamber to H.M. Queen Mary), youngest d. of ist
Baron Newlands ; and has issue — Hon. Victor Alexander
Brisbane William Cochrane-Baillie, M.C., Capt. Scots
Gds., served Great War 1914-17 (despatches), b. 1896 [wj.-
1922, Rietta, d, of the late D. A. Neilson, of Pontefract] ;
Hon. Grisell Annabella Gem [/«. 1922, Comdr. Edward
Hastings, O.B.E., K.N.]. Seat — Lamington, co. Lanark.
Town res. — 3 Wilton Place, S.W. Clubs — Carlton, Well-
ington, Turf.

COCK (H. Coll., 1894). Quarterly, i and 4, azure, a chev-
ron cottised and couped, between two roses in chief and a
leopard's face in base, all or (Cock) ; 2 and 3, per pale
argent and vert, a stag's attire surmounted by an elephant's
tusk saltirewise, between four eagles displayed, all counter-
changed (Liebreich). Mantling azure and or. Crest—
Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of the stump of an
oak-tree, one branch sprouting from the dexter side and
fructed proper, thereon a cock or, holding in the beak a
sprig of oak of the first, five mascles conjoined fessewise
of the second. Motto — "Talent de bien faire."

Sons of Alfred Cock, Esq., Q.C., b. 1849; d. ;




m. 1877, Eva Laura Bertha, only child of Richard
Frederick Liebreich, M.U., M.R.C.S.E. :—
Roland Henry Liebreich Cock, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. —
Gerald Alfred Cock, Gentleman, b. 1887. Post. add. —

COCKAYNE-GUST (R.L., 2 Jan. 1862, H. Coll., but
the arms of Cockayne hereunder described are not used).
Quarterly, i and 4, ermine, on a chevron sable, three
fountains proper (Cust); 2 and 3, argent, three cocks
gules, cjested and jdloped sable (Cockayne). Mantling
sable and argent. Crests— i. on a wTcath of the colours,
a lion's head erased sable, collared paly wavy of six
argent and sable (Cust) ; 2. on a WTeath of the colours, a
cock's head erased gules, beaked, crested, and jclloped
sable (Cockayne). Motto — " Esse qnam vidcri." Sup-
porters — On either side a lion regardant argent, each
gorged with a collar paly wavy of six argent and azure.
Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Adelbert Salusbury Cockayne-
Cust, 5th Baron Brownlow, h. 1867; d. 1927; m.
1895, Maud, d. of the late Capt. S. Buckle, R.E. :—
Rt. Hon. Sir Peregrine Francis Adelbert Cockayne-
Cust 6th Baron Brownlow (20 ]\Iav 1776), 9th Baronet
(20 Sept. 1677), Lieut. R.O. late Gren. Gds., h. 1899;
m. 1927, Katherine Hariot, d. of Brig.-Gen. Sir David
Kinlock, Bart., C.B., M.\'.0. Sfa<— Belton House,
Grantham. Town res. — 78 Buckingham Gate, S.W.
Clubs — Guards', Turf, Pratt's.

COCKBURX (L.O. , 1674). Argent, a rose gules, stalked
and barbed vert, between three cocks of the second.

CoCKBURN. Same arms, and (rematric. 1904) a bordure
invected gules, charged with three roses argent. Mantling

gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries,
a cock proper. Mottoes— Over crest, "I rise with the
morning"; underarms, " Vigilans et audax."

Yr. son of Archibald David Cockburn, ^. 1826; (/. 1886;

m. 1856, Johanna Richardson, d. of Henry, Lord

Cockburn, a Lord of Session : —
Henry Archibald Cockburn, Gentleman, b. 1870. Post,
add. — 14 Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, London, \V. Clubs —
Junior Carlton, New (Edinburgh).

COCKBURN of that Ilk. Quarterly, i and 4, argent,
three cocks gules (for Cockburn) ; 2 and 3, gules, six
niascles or, three, two, and one (for Weapont), all within
a bordure vert. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — A

cock crowing proper. Mottoes — " Accendit cantu " (over
the crest) ; " Vigilans et audax " (below the arms).

Son of Sir Edward Cludde Cockburn, 8th Bart.,

h. 1834 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1859, Mary Anne Frances

(rf. 1 91 7), d. of Robert Kerr Elliot, of Harwood, co.

Roxburgh : —

Sir Robert Cockburn, 9th Bart, of that Ilk (24 Mav

1671), Maj. (ret.) Shropshire L.I., J. P., h. 1861 ; m. 1925,

Katherine May, d. of the late Rev. .Alexander Ewing,

and grand-dau. of the late Rt, Rev. Alexander Ewing,

Bishop of Argyll and the Isles. Res. — 10 Somerset

Place, Bath.

BELL, 5th Baronet, of Gartsford, Ross-shire (1821). Born
1872, being the eldest son of Sir Thomas Cockburn-
Campbell, 4th Bart., Member and Chairman of Com-
mittees of the Legislative Council of Western Australia, by
his wife Lucy Anne, dau. of Arthur Trimmer (by his wife
Mary Anne, dau. of Capt. Sir Richard Spencer, C.B. ,
R.N., K.H. Armorial bearings— Quarterly, i and 4,

quarterly i. and iiii., gyronny of eight or and sable; ii.
argent, a galley sable, sails furled and oars in action ; iii.
or, a fesse chequy azure and argent ; over all on a chief
argent a rock proper, superinscribed Gibraltar between two
medals pendent by a ribbon gules, fimbriated, for -Seringa-
patam and Talavera (for Campbell) ; 2 and 3, quarterly, i.
and iiii. , argent, an ostrich feather ensigned with an imperial
crown proper, between three cocks, two and one gules ; ii.
and iii., gules, six mascles, three, two and one or (for
Cockburn), the escutcheon being charged with his badge
of Ulster as a Baronet. Mantling sable and or. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, a dexter hand holding a scimitar
proper. Mottoes-" Without fear" ;" Forward." Married
191 8, Maude Frances Lorenzo, d. of Alfred Giles, of Bowood
Station, S. Australia, and has issue — Thomas Cockburn-
Canipbell, Esq., b. 1918 ; Urban Alfred Cockburn-
Campbell, Esq., b. 1921 ; Alexander Bruce Ccckburn-
Canipbell, Esq., b. 1923. Residence — Waterloo Station,
N. Territory. Australia.

1922). Quarterly, i and 4, vert, powdered with ermine
spots or, on a chevron engrailed between three escallops
argent, as many crosses patee sable (for Shapland) ;
2 and 3, parted per cross sable and argent, over all a
bend or, on a chief of the second, a lion's head erased
between two cocks gules (for Cockburn-Hood). Mantling
vert and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours, a
cubit arm erect, habited sable, charged with an ermine
spot or, cuff argent, the hand proper holding an annulet




gold, encircling a cross patee, as in the arms (for Shap-
land) ; 2, a demi-archer clothed and accoutred proper
(for Cockburn-Hood). Motto—" Fideliter."

Son of Thomas Cockburn-Hood, Esq., b. 1820, by

his first wife, Charlotte {d. 1854), d. of Col. John

Shapland, C.B. : —

The late Charles Edwin Cockbum-Hood-Shapland,

Gentleman, of Glendonald, Masterton, New Zealand, b.

1851; d. 1927; assumed by R.L., July 1922, the

additional surname and arms of Shapland.

COCKERELL (H. Coll.). Or, a leopard's head azure
within a wreath of laurel, between two cockerels in pale
proper, two flaunches gules. Mantling azure and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, within a crescent
argent, a tiger's head proper, crowned with an Eastern
crown or.

Son of Capt. John Cockerell, 20th Hussars, />. 1831 ;

d. 1877; m. 1862, Henrietta Frances, d. of Henry

Torrens, B.C.S. : —
John Pepys Cockerell, Esq., J. P. Sussex, d. 1866;
m. 1895, Florence Elizabeth, eld. d. of Ashley Williams
of Cadlington, Horndean, Hants. ; and has issue — (i)
Andrew Pepys Cockerell, Gentleman, 6. 1897; (2) John
Arthur Pepys Cockerell, Gentleman, ^. 1902. /?es. —
12 Lennox Gardens, S.W.

Sons of Frederick Pepys Cockerell, F.R.I.B.A., l>.

1833; d. 1878; m. 1867, Mary, d. of Thomas Homan-

Mulock : —
Frederick William Pepys Cockerell, Gentleman, d. 1876.

Lawrence Homan-Mulock Pepys Cockerell, Gentleman,
Lieut. Roy. Berksh. Regt., served in S. Africa 1899-1900,
d. 1878. /?es. — 10 Fitz George Avenue, W.14.

Sons of Charles Robert Cockerell, R.A., D.C.L., Pres.

Roy. Inst. British Architects, i>. 1788; d. 1863; ;«.

1828, Anne Maria, d. of John Rennie : —
William Acland Cockerell, Gentleman, Senior Clerk in
the Foreign Office, 6. 1840; m. 1877, Sidney Ada, d. of
Richard Davies of the Vigia Madeira and Jere^ de la
Frontera, Spain ; and has issue — Samuel Pepys Cockerell,
Gentleman, Clerk in the Foreign Office, d. 1880; Patience
Scott ; and Paulina Pepys. J?es. —

Samuel Pepys Cockerell, Gentleman, B.A. Oxford,
d. 1844; m. 1878, Anne Frances (d. 1880), d. of Capt.
Henry Craufurd, R.N. ; and has issue — Frederica. J?es. —

Son of Rev. Henry Cockerell, M.A. Oxford, Vicar of

North Weald, 6. 1801 ; d. 1880; m. ist, Elizabeth, d.

of John Jolliffe Tufnell, Esq. , J.P. , D.L. , of Langleys :—

Rev. Louis Arthur Cockerell, M.A. Oxfo;-d, Vicar of

North Weald 1881-1892, R.D. Ongar 1890, Vicar of

Wormingford 1892-96, Rector of Binsey, Oxon. , igo2-6,

l>. 1836. J?es. — 106 Banbury Road, Oxford.

COCKS (H. Coll.). Quarterly i and 4, sable, a chevron
between three stags' scalps with attires argent (Cocks) ; 2
and 3, vert, a fesse dancett^e ermine (Somers). Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours,
on a mount vert, a stag lodged and regardant argent, attired
and unguled sable. Motto — " Prodesse quam conspici."
Son of Herbert Haldane Somers Cocks, late Lieut.
Coldstream Gds. , and Capt. 4th Batt. Worcestershire
Regt., 6. 1861 ; m. 1883, Blanche Margaret Standish,
d. of Major Herbert Clogstoun, V.C., R.E. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Herbert Tennyson Cocks, K.C.M.G.,
D.S.O., M.C, 6th Baron Somers and Baron Evesham, co.
Worcester (17 May 1784), and a Bart. (7 Oct. 1772), Lord
n- Waiting to the King, Governor of Victoria since 1926,
Lt.-Col. Res. of Officers, ist and 2nd Life Gds., served
Great War (despatches), Legion of Honour. [Supporters
— On each side a lion ermine, gorged with |a collar, in-
dented, vert], d. 1887; M. 1921, Daisy Finola, d. of the
late Capt. Meaking, and has issue — Hon. Elizabeth Violet
Virginia. Seat — Eastnor Castle, Ledbury. Official res. —
State Government House, Melbourne, Victoria. Clubs —
Marlborough, Bachelors', Turf.

Sons of Arthur Herbert Cocks, C.B. , Bengal C.S. , b.
1819; d. 1881 ; m. 1847, Anne Marion Jessie, d. of
Gen. James Eckford, C.B. , Bengal Army: —
Rev. Henry Lawrence Somers Cocks, Rector of East-
nor, and Chaplain to the Bishop of Rochester, b. 1862;
in. 1891, Deas Thusnelda, d. of Llewellyn Haskell of
U.S.A. ; and has had issue — Reginald Somers Cocks,
Gentleman, b. 1894 ; killed in action 1918. Res. — Eastnor
Rectory, Ledbury.
Arthur Percy Somers Cocks, Gentleman, b. 1864 ; tn.

1896, Benita, d. of Major Sabin, U.S.A. ; and has issue —

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