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between two crosses botonn^e or, an eagle displayed argent,
beaked, membered, and gorged with a mural crown all gold.
Daus. and coheirs of Edward Charles Coles, Gentle-
man, of Paul's House, Bishop's Hull and Orchard
Portman, Somerset: —
Ellen Louisa, m. Henry William Wykeham Perry.

Florence Mary, m. the late William Thomas Hartcup,
Gentleman, of Upland Hall, Bungay, Suffolk, and Sprow-
ston Court, Norwich (see that family).

Son of Charles Edward Coles, Pasha, C.M.G. (1900),

Director-Gen. of Prisons in Egypt, b. 1853; d. 1926;

m. 1881, Mary Emma Isabella, d. of Crewe Alston,

Esq., of Odell Castle, CO. Bedford, J.P., High Sheriff

1862 : —

Gordon Alston Coles, Esq., D.S.O., Comdr. R.N., b.

1882 ; III. 1910, Avis, d. of Roland Crewe .-Mston, of Odell

Castle, Beds.

COLFOX (H. Coll.). Sable, three spinning-cogs erect
and in fesse or, on a chief argent, as many fo.x-heads
couped at the neck gules. Mantling sable and or.

Crest -On a wreath of the colours, a fox proper, charged
on the body with two fleurs-de-lys in fesse sable, and rest-
ing the sinister paw ona fleur-de-lys gules. Motto — " Lux,
lex, libertas."

Son of William Colfox, Esq., B.A. (Univ. London),
I. P. and D.L. co. Dorset (High Sheriff of Dorset 1899),
b. 1826; d. 1906; m. 1855, Anna Elizabeth, youngest
d. of Henry Wansey of Sambourne, Warminster,
Wilts. : -




Thomas Alfred Colfox, Esq., D.L., J. P., and (1920)
High Sheriff for Dorset, late Lieut. -Col. conidg. Dorset
Queen's Own Yeomanry, b. 1858 ; m. 1886, Constance,
second d. of Edward J. Nettlefold of The Grove, High-
gate, Middlesex ; and has surv. issue — William Philip
Colfox, Esq., M.C., Major R.F.A., M.P. West Dorset since
1922, b. 1888 [m. Mary Frances, d. of Col John Symes
BuUen, of Catherstone, and has issue — Thomas Andrew
Colfox, Gentleman, b. 1922 ; William John Colfox, Gen-
tleman, b. 1923] ; Constance Alice [m. Comdr. F. T. Hare] ;
and Agatha Frances \_»i. Capt. Spencer Kennard]. Estates
in the parishes of Symondsbury, Netherbury, and Brad-
pole, in the co. of Dorset. Post. arf(f. — Coneygar, Bridport.
Club — Cavalry.

COLHOUN (U.O.), Per pale argent and sable, a
saltire between four mullets counterchanged. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
buck's head erased per pale vert and argent, charged
with two mullets in pale counterchanged. Motto — " Viget
sub. cruce."

Son of Capt. Charles King Colhoun of Carrick-

ballydoey, co. Donegal, b. 1834; d. 1880; m. 1856,

Lydia, d. of Rev. G. N. Tredennick of Kildoney and

Woodhill, Ardara, co. Donegal (by Lydia, d. of Most

Rev. William Magee, Archbishop of Dublin) : —

Lt.-Col. Charles King Colhoun, late Maj. 84th York

and Lancaster Regt., b. 1858 ; m. 1900, Flora, eld. d. of

Col. E. P. Mainwaring (Indian Army), by Florentia Ann,

d. of Brig. -Gen. F. Brind, C.B., Bengal Horse Art.;

and has issue — ■ Colhoun, Gentleman, b. 1909.

Estate — Carrickballydoey, co. Donegal. Cli4b — Naval and

COLLET (H. Coll., 1888). Per pale argent and sable,
on a chevron cottised between three hinds trippant, a rose
between four annulets all counterchanged. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest. — On a wreath of the colours, a hind
argent, holding in the mouth a sprig of oak fructed and
slipped proper, supporting with the dexter foreleg a rose
also argent, within an annulet sable. Motto — " Dum spiro

Son of Sir Mark Wilks Collet, ist Bart., J. P. and D.L.

Kent, J. P. London, Governor of the Bank of England,

b. 1816 ; d. 1905 ; m. (2nd), 1862, Antonia Frederica, d.

of Joseph Edlmann of Hawkwood, Kent : —
Sir Mark Edlmann Collet, 2nd Bart. (12 June 1888), J. P.,
D.L. Kent, B.A. Camb. , b. 1864; vi. 1888, Nina Emma
Caroline (d. 1922), d. of Rev. Charles Theobald, Canon of
Winchester, R.D. Seat— Si. Clere, Ightham, Kent. Res.—
Le Bocage, Hyeres, France. C/«3— Oxford and Cam-

COLLEY(R.L., 1830, U.O.). Or, a lion rampant gules,
ducally gorged of the first. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dexter cubit arm,
habited gules, encircled beneath the cuff argent with a
ducal coronet or, the hand grasping a scimitar proper,
hiked and pommelled of the third. Motto — " Virtutis
fortuna comes."

Sons of Henry FitzGeorge CoUey, Esq., M.A., of
Mount Temple, Clontarf, co. Dublin, M.A., b. 1827 ;
d. 1886; 7>i. 1858, Elizabeth Isabella, d. of Hon. and
Rev. William Wingfield : —

George Pomeroy Arthur Colley, Esq., M.A., b. 1866;
m. 1909, Edith Maud Olivia, d. of Col. Henry Thomas
Finlay, D.L. of Corkagh, co. Dublin ; and has issue —
George Dudley Pomeroy Colley, Gentleman, ii 1911; Henry
John Pomeroy Colley, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Norah Helen
Pomeroy ; Veronica Maud Pomeroy ; Valerie Edith
Pomeroy; and Rosemary Pomeroy. Res. — Corkagh,
Clondalkin, co. Dublin. Club~K.i\Aa.VQ Street (Dublin).

Rev. William Wingfield Colley, M.A. (Camb.), b. 1868;
m. 1915, Helen Isabel, d. of the late Rev, Duncan
Brownlow, and has issue — Elizabeth Margaret ; and Esme
Florence. Res. — Bliswoitli Rectory, Northants.

COLLEY (H. Coll.). Argent, a cross wavy sable, in the
second quarter a griffin segreant gules. Mantling sable
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a griffin
sable, beaked and membered or, supporting a cross
botonnee fitchee gules.

Son of Best, of : —

Douglas Richard CoUey-Colley (formerly Best), Gen-
tleman, b. . Res. — The Lodge, Canon Pyon, co.

COLLIER (H. Coll. , 1885). Argent, on a chevron azure,
between in chief two demi-unicorns current, and in base an
elephant's head erased gules, three oak-branches slipped,
leaved, and fructed or. Mantling azure and argent. Crest
- — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-man affront^e proper,
holding in the dexter hand an oak-branch, slipped and
leaved proper, fructed or, and resting the sinister hand on
an escutcheon azure, charged with two keys saltirewise or.
Motto — '■ Persevere." Livery — Green, with yellow facings.
Sons of Rt. Hon. Robert Collier, 2nd Baron Monks-
well, J. P. and D.L. Middx., LL.B. (Camb.), Bar-
rister-at-Law, Lord-in-Waiting to Queen Victoriai892-5,
b. 1845; d. 1909; m. 1873, Mary Josephine, d. of
Joseph Alfred Hardcastle, M.P. , of the Lodge, Holt,
Norfolk ;—
Rt. Hon. Robert Alfred Hardcastle Collier, 3rd Baron
Monkswell (i July 1885) [Supporters — Two Druids, vested
argent, wreathed about the temples with laurel-leaves vert,
each resting the exterior hand on an escutcheon azure,
charged with a balance suspended or], b. 1875 ; m. ist, 1908,
Ursula Mary (d. 1915), eldest d. of Hugh Gurney Barclay,
Esq., of Colney Hall, Norwich ; 2nd, 1925, Katherine Edith,
d. of William S. Harriss Gastrell , of The Grange , Rockbeare,
Exeter, and has issue — Hon. Robert Douglas Collier, b.
1926; and Hon. Lorna Evelyn. Res. — 69 Cambridge
Terrace, W.2. Club — Athenaeum.

Hon. Eric Cecil Frederick Collier, b. 1882 ; tn. 1912,
Dorothea Gertrude Agnes, d. of late Philip Lawrence of
Sydney, New South Wales. Club — Travellers'.

Sons of Hon. Gerard Collier, M.A. (Oxon. ) (2nd son ot
2nd Baron Monkswell,)/^. 1878; d. 1923; m. 1910,
Lily Ermengarde Fanny (lunction House, Leiston,
Suffolk), third d. of late Rt. Hon. Sir M. E. Grant Duff,
William Adrian Collier, Esq., b. 1913.
Percival Gerald Collier , Esq., b. 1915.
John Bernard Collier, Esq., b. 1920.

Son of Sir Robert Porrett Collier, ist Baron Monkswell,
a Member of the Judicial Committee of the Privy
Council,!?. 1817 ; d, 1886; 711. 1844, Isabella Rcse, d.
of William Rose Rose of Wolston Heath, co. War-
wick : —
Hon. John Collier, O.B.E., b. 1850; m. ist, 1879, Marian
[d. 1887), d. of Rt. Hon. Thomas Huxley, P.C, LL.D.,
F.R.S. ; 2nd, 1889, Ethel Gladys, d. of Rt. Hon. Thomas
Huxley, P.C, LL.D., F. R.S. ; and has issue — Laurence
Collier, Esq., b. 1890 [w. 1917, Eleanor, d. of the late
William Luther Watson, S. Lanes. Regt., and has issue —
William Oswald Collier, Gentleman, b. 1919]; Joyce [m.
ist, 1906, Leslie Crawshay Williams ; 2nd, 1918, Drysdale
Kilburn] ; and Joan \m. 1911, Brig. -Gen. F. A. Buzzard,
D.S.O., late R.F.A.J. Res.—6g Eton Avenue, N.W.
Club — Athenaeum ,

Sons of William Frederick Collier, Esq. . J. P. , of Wood-
town, Horrabridge, S. Devon, b. 1824; d. 1902; m.
1854, Cycill Christina, d. of Charles Biggs Calmady,
Esq., J. P., D.L., of Langdon Court, co. Devon : —
Charles Calmady Calmady (assumed that name 1897),
Esq., J. P. Devon, b. 1856; tn. 1884, Cecilia Sarah, d. of
Shilston Calmady Hamlyn of Leawood and Paschcr, Devon.
Seat — Stoneycroft, Horrabridge, S. Devon. Club — Royal
Western Yacht.

Frederick Mortimer Collier, Esq., J. P. Devon, b. 1859;
m. 1892, Rose, d. of Rev. Francis William Peel, M.A.
Res. — Blatchborough, Bradworthy, N. Devon.

George Buller Collier, Gentleman, b. i860; m. 1898,
Anne Grace Helen, d. of Gen. Reynell George Taylor, C.B.,
C.S.I. y?^j.— Whin field. South Brent.

Sons of Lieut. -Col. Mortimer John Collier, V.D. 2nd

(Prince of Wales') Vol. Batt. Devon Regt., b. 1825;

d. 1916 ; m. ist, Mary Elizabeth, d. of Sir William

Snow Harris, F.R.S. ; and 2nd, Sophia Luddington,

d. of J. Whipple of Plymouth: —

Mortimer Calmady Collier, Esq., O.B.E., T.D., Brev.-

Col. R.A.S.C. (T.A.), b. 1874; «?. 1923, Margaret Blake,

d. of William Arthur Jones. Res. — Furzetor, Horrabridge,

S. Devon.

Claude Bertram Collier, Gentleman.

COLLI NGE (H. Coll.). Per pale sable and gules, a
gryphon segreant regardant, holding between the claws
a cross crosslet or, two flaunches of the last, each charged
with a martlet between two cross crosslets palewise of the
first. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-gryphon regardant or, sem^e of cross




crosslets sable, holding between the claws an antique shield
gules, charged with a martlet, also or.

Son of James Collinge of Hale Cave, Timperley,

Cheshire : —
Edward Collinge, Gentleman, b. Res. — 143 Moor-

land Road, Woodsmoor, Stockport.

COLLI NGS (H. Coll., 1822). Azure, between three
fleurs-de-lys, two and one or, a gryphon segreant, holding
between the claws an escocheon argent, the latter charged
with an anchor erect sable. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a horse's head issuant
argent, bridled and charged on the neck with three fleurs-
de-lys one and two azure.

Son of Bonamy Collings, Esq., Major Royal Guernsey
Militia, b. 1814 ; d. 1889; m. 1850, Elizabeth Durell,
d. of Charles d'Auvergns : —

Charles d'Auvergne Collings, Esq., M.A. , D.M. (Oxon.),
Surgeon- Lt. -Col. 2nd Batt. Roy. Guernsey Mil.,i>. 1852;
m. 1883, Laura Josephine, d. of Rev. Charles Williams,
D.D. (Cam!).), Rector of Brondesbury, London; and has
had issue — (i) Basil d'Auvergne Collings, Lieut. -Comdr.
R.N. (ret.), b. 1884; (2) Ernest Gardiner Collings, Maj.
3Sth Sikhs, Indian Army, b. 1885 ; (3) Rev. Herbert Charles
Collings, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Elsted, Sussex, b. 1888 ;
(4) Cyril Bonamy Collings, b. i8gi, d. 1909; (5) Wilfred
d'Auvergne Collings, Esq., Capt. R.A.S.C., b. 1893; (6)
Bernard Stanley Collings, Esq., Surg. Lt. -Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1895 ; (7) Eric d'Auvergne Collings, b. 1896 ; (killed in
action 1916) ; and Edith Marion. A'«.— Grange Road,
Guernsey. Club — Grange Club (Guernsey).

COLLINGS (H.Coll.). Per fesse gules and argent, in
chiefa lion rampant or, the base masoned sable, thereon an
archway pierced of the last. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest— Upon a wreath of the colours, within an archvray

the field. Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a griffin's head erased or, holding in
the beak a torch, as in the arms. Motto — " Pro justo."
Son of Collings, of : —

John Lawrence Collings, Capt. Gordon Highlanders,

COLLINGWOOD (H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron sable
between three stags' heads erased of the second. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a
stag at gaze in a holly bush proper. MottO — " Ferar unus

et idem." Livery — Dark blue, scarlet facings and, piping,
scarlet and while striped waistcoat.

Son of Edward John Collingwood, Esq., J. P., D.L. ,

of Lilburn Tower, Northumberland (High Sheriff 1843),

b. 1815; d. 1895; m. 1842, Anna, d. of Arthur Burdett

of Ballymany, co. Kildare, and Ballywater, co.

Tipperary : —

Col. Cuthbert George Collingwood, C. B. , late Lanes.

Fus. , J. P. Northumberland, b. 1848; m. 1899, Dorothy, d.

of Rev. William Fawcett of Somerford Keynes, Wilts. ;

and has issue — Edward Foyle Collingwood, late Lieut.

Northumb. Hussars Yeo. , b. 1900 {Seat — Lilburn Tower,

Alnwick); Cuthbert John Collingwood, Flying Officer

R.A.F. ,5. igoi ; Arthur Christopher Collingwood, Lieut.

5th Batt. Northumb. Fus., b. 1902; Richard George

Collingwood, Lieut. The Cameronians, b. 1903. Res. —

Glanton Pyke, Glanton, Northumberland. Club—]\in\OT

United Service.

argent, masoned sable, a lion rampant or. Motto — " Portae

Son of Thomas Collings, Gentleman, of Bowling Green

Cottage, Clehonger Parish, Hereford, b. 1814 ; d.

1898 ; m. 1836, Susan, d. of George Arnold of Madley,

Hereford : —
George Collings, Gentleman, b. 1854 ; m. 1879, Mabel,
d. of George Goldie Boswell, son of Admiral Walter Bos-
well (British Navy); and has issue — George Boswell
Collings, Esq., Maj. Transport and Ordnance Div. ,
U.S.A., b. 1880 ; Edith Arnold ; and Mabel Perry. Seat—
Twin Pines, R.R., No. i via Peterboro, Ontario, Canada.
i?<rf.— 181S Crawford Road, Cleveland, Ohio. U.S.A.

COLLINGS (H. Coll.). Or, on a pUe vert, between
two torches sable, fired proper, a griffin's head erased of

COLLINGWOOD (R.L., 3 April 1868, H. Coll.).
Argent, a chevron between three stags' heads erased sable.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a stag standing in front of a holly-bush proper.
Motto — " Ferar unus et idem."

Sons of Rev. Robert Gordon Collingwood (formerly
Calthorp), M.A., J. P., b. ; d. 1903; m. Arabella,

eldest d. of the late Edward Collingwood of Dissington,
by his wife Arabella, d. of General Henry John Calcraft
of Cholderton, Hants : —
Edward Gordon Collingwood, Esq., J. P. and (1919)
High Sheriff, Northumberland, b. 1859 ; tn. 1906, May,
second d. of George Henry Raw of Albert Court,
Kensington ; and has issue — Eileen May. Seat — Dissing-
ton Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Walter Gordon Collingwood, Gentleman. Fes. —




Born April 24, 1876, being the second but eldest surviving
son of the late Edward Collins, Esq., J. P. for co. Lanark,
by his wife Clara Harriet, dau. of Charles Millington of
East Combe, Kent. Armorial bearings (L.O., 1888)—
Vert, a griffin segreant or, on a chief of the last, a crescent
sable. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a wreath of his
liveries, a demi-griffin or, holding in the dexter claw a
thistle and a rose gules, both slipped and leaved vert.
Motto — "Fide et virtute." Married, 1901, Katharine
Wilson, d. of John M'Neill, Esq., J. P., of Glasgow; and
has issue — (i) Edward Collins, Gentleman, /'. 1906; (2)
Charles M'Neill Collins, Gentleman, b. 1909; Katharine
Rosemary ; and Patricia Claire. Seats — Kelvindale, Mary-
hill, CO. Lanark; Barochan, Houston, Renfrewshire.

at-Law, J. P. for the city of Dublin. Armorial bearings—
Or, a griffin segreant sable, armed and langued gules, and
in the dexter chief point a trefoil slipped vert, all within a
bordure of the third. Mantling sable and or. Crest-
Upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-griffin segreant
or, armed and langued gules, charged on the shoulder and
wing with two trefoils slipped fessewise vert. Motto —
" Favente Deo et sedulitate." Seat —

COLLINS of Betterton (6 May 1672, H. Coll., O.2).
Vert, a griffin passant or, a chief ermine. Mantling vert
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a griffin's
head erased vert, murally crowned or. Motto — " Per
callem collem." Lively — Black.

Sons of Henry Collins, Gentleman, of Leopold House,
Reading, b. 1838; d. 1914 ; vi. 1865, Emily Justina
{d. 1893), d. of Charles Bischoff: —

Leopold George Arthur Collins, Esq., J. P., b. 1871 ; nt.
1909, Ruth, youngest d. of late Capt. Alfred Seymour,
Rifle Brigade, and has issue— Madeline ; and Vere. Res.
— Ingles, Folkestone.

Bernard Augustus Collins, Gentleman, b. 1875 ; m.
Margaret, d. of the late Samuel Haslam, and has issue-
Dorothy Margaret. Club — Bath.

Ralph Collins, Esq., C.B., Capt. (ret.) R.N., b. 1877.
i?«. — Restgarth, Streatley, Berks.

Lionel Peter Collins, Esq., D.S.O., O.B.E., Lt.-Col. ist
Batt. K.E.O. Ghurkas, Indian Army, /'. 1878 ; m. 1910,
Gladys, d. of Dr. G. Rutherfoord of Taunton, and has
issue — Peter Rutherfoord CoUins, Gentleman, b. 1911 ;
John Humphrey Collins, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; and Rose-
mary Emily. Res. —

Robert John Collins, Esq., C.M.G,, D.S.O., Col. late

R. Berks Regt. , served Great War, Brig.-Gen. comdg.
73rd Inf. Bde. (despatches 8 times), b. 1880 ; in. 1912,
Violet Agnes, d. of Alexander Monro, Esq., C. I.E., and
widow of Capt. Stanley Hill, and has issue — AnneAmadea.
Club — United Service.

COLLINS (U.O. ) Argent, two lions combatant proper,
on a chief azure, a pelican of the first vulning herself gules.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, a pelican as in the arms, gorged with a plain
collar azure. Motto — " Dant vulnera vitam."

Sons of the Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Henn Collins, Baron
Collins of Kensington (Life Peer 1907), Knight
Bachelor, a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, Master of
the Rolls 1901-7, Lord Justice of Appeal 1897-1901,
Judge of the Queen's Bench Div. 1891-7, Q.C., b.
1842 ; d. 191 1 ; m. 1868, Jane, d. of the Very Rev. Ogle
William Moore, Dean of Clogher: —
Lt.-Col. Hon. Richard Henn CoUins, C.M.G., D.S.O.
(1902), late Berks. Regt., served in S. Africa 1899-1902,
and Great War 1914-18 (despatches, brevet), b. 1873; w.
1909, May Eveline, youngest d. of the late Herbert
Glendinning, Bainbridge, of Solihull, co. Warwick ; and has
issue - Richard Henn Collins, Esq., ^.1911 ; William Jona-
than Henn Collins, Esq., /'. 1913 ; Christopher Henn
Collins, Esq., b. 1915. Club — Army and Navy.

Hon. Stephen Ogly Henn Collins, C.B.E., Barrister-
at-Law, and Bencher Middle Temple, b. 1875 ; w. 1899,
Agnes Julia, Lady of Grace of the Order of the Hosp. of
St. John of Jerusalem, d. of Frederick Lambert of Garratt's
Hall, Banstead ; and has issue — John Stephen Henn
Collins, Esq., b. 1903; and 3 daus. Res.- 7.2, Beaufort
Gardens, S.W. Chambers — 4 Brick Court, Temple, E.G.

COLLINSON (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, quarterly
azure and or, three cinquefoils counterchanged (for
Collinson) ; 2. ermine, two chevronels between three
fleurs-de-lys in chief, and one in base gules, a bordure of
the last (for Barber) ; 3. argent, on a cross engrailed
sable, a compass-dial in the centre and four pheons or, a
chief gules charged with a level staff between two double



coal-picks of the third (for Fletcher of Stainsby), impaling
gules, a saltire ermine (for Nevile of Thorney). Mant-
ling azture and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a squirrel proper, holding a cinquefoil or. Motto —
" Sursum." Livery — Blue, with yellow striped waistcoat.
Only surv. son of John William Sowden Collinson,
Gentleman, of Bcltoft, Helton, Lines., b. 1831;
d. 1866; m. 1858, Jane Elizabeth, d. of Robert




Hartshorne Barber, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of

Castles, Hayton, Notts. : —
Rev. Christopher Barber Collinson, Clerk in Holy
Orders, B.A. (Camb.), \icar of Laxton, Notts., 1898-
1916, b. 1864 ; m. 1898, Rhoda Frances, d. of Preb.
Charles Nevile, of Lincoln. Res. — Wheatley Field House,
Wheatley, Notts. ; Beltoft, Lines. ; Castles, Hayton,
Notts. Club — Royal Societies'.


COLLIS-S.-\XDES (U.O.). Quarterly, 1 and 4, 'argent a
fesse dancett^e gules, between four cross crosslets titch^e,
three in chief and one in base of the last (Sandes); 2 and
3, argent, on a chevron engrailed between three lions' heads
erased sable, five cinquefods of the first (for Collis). Mant-
ling' gules and argent ; and for his Crests, i. upon a wreath

d. of Col. J. Grove] White, C.M.G., D.L., of Kilbyrne,
and has issue — Richard Cresswell Stoughton Collison, b.

of the colours, on a mount vert, a griffin segrea'nt or,
gorged with a collar flory counterflory gules (for .Sandes) ;
2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a rock, a sea-pie
charged on the breast with a fountain and preying on a
dolphin all proper (Collis). Motto — "Virtus fortunas

Son of Falkiner Sandes CoUis-Sandes, Esq.. J. P. and
D.L. CO. Kerry (High Sheriff 1882), B.A. (Dub.), and
Barrister-at-Law, i. 1844; d. 1812; ///. 1882, Louisa
Jane, dau. of the late Col. James Young, R.A. : —
Maurice James Collis-Sandes, Gentleman, fi. 1886. Clubs
— Junior Constitutional, Kildare Street (Dublin).

COLLISON (H. Coll.). Azure, on a chevron between
three cinquefoils or, each charged with a torteaux,
two swords points inward proper. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — Issuant out of a coronet composed of
five cinquefoils set upon a rim sable, a demi-lion or,
gorged with a collar also sable, and supporting between
the paws a sword point downwards proper. Motto —
" Respice finem."

Son of Charles Stoughton Collison, of Heme Hill,

Surrey, b. 1839 ; d. 1879 ; m. 1867, Fanny, d. and

coh. of John BuUey, of Dartmouth : —

Charles Sydney Collison, D.S.O., Brev. Col. (ret.)

O'teof W^llingtoa's Regt., &. 1871 ; ?n. 1904, Geraldine,


Res. — Rectory House, Stratford Toney, Salisbury.
-Army and Navy.

COLLYER of Hackford Hall, Norfolk (H. Coll. ). Argent ,
a chevron engrailed between two unicorn's heads couped
in chief and an escallop in base all gules. Mantling gules
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front
of a cross pat^e gules, an unicorn's head couped argent, in
its mouth an acorn slipped and leaved proper. Motto —
" Avance." Livery — Blue, orange waistcoat and breeches.
Sons of John Monsey Collyer, Esq., of Hackford Hall,
B.A. , Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln's Inn), Legal .-Adviser
to the E.xchequer and Audit Office, b. 28 Apl. 1840 ;
d. 1925 ; m. 30 Sept. 1869, Helen Jane, younger d. of
George Falconar, formerly of Carlowrie, co. Linlith-
gow : —
Brig. -Gen. John Johnston Collyer, C.B.,C.M.G., D.S.O.,
Lt.-Col. Cape Mounted Rifles, late Chief of Staff to O.C.
Colonial Forces, Cape Colony, b. 21 Sept. 1870 ; m. 1903,
Hilda, d. of M. H. Quinn ; and has issue— Two daus. Res.
— Hackford Hall, Reepham, Norfolk.

George Falconar Collyer, Hon. Capt. in the Army, b.

1 Aug. 1872 ; »!. 1904, Gwendoline, d. ot Robert Thorburn.

Roger Messenger Monsey Collyer, Gentleman, b. 28 Apl.

1874 ; m. 1909, .Maud Winifred, d. of late Byron Nore ;

and has issue — Two daus.

Hugh Nathaniel Collyer, Esq., I.S.O. , b. 6 May 1877.
Charles Alexander Stewart Collyer, Gentleman, b. i July
1881. Club — New University.

Only surv. son of John Collyer, Esq. , J. P. , of Hackford

Hall, Reepham, Judge of the County Courts, by his

wife Georgina Frances, d. of Sir William Johnston, 7th

Bart. :—

William Robert Collyer, Esq., I.S.O. , J. P. Norfolk,

M.A. (Cantab.), Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), late

Puisn6 Judge Straits Settlements, and previously Queen's

Advocate Cyprus, b. 1842. ^«.— Hackford Hall, Reepham,


COLMAN (H. Coll.). Azure, on a pale raguly between
two caltraps or, a lion rampant sable. Mantling azure
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of
two wings argent, each charged with a pale raguly azure, a




mount vert, thereon a caltrap or. Motto — " Labor omnia


Sons of Frederick Edward Colman , Esq. , a member of
the Commission of Lieutenanc)' for the City of London,
b. ; d. 1900; m. 1879, Helen, Lady of the Manor

of North Tadworth, Preston [Res. — North Park,
Epsom Downs), elder d. of late Davison Octavius
Dalziel of Hampstead : —
Frederick Gordon Dalziel Colman, Gentleman, b. 1882;

m. 1911, Miriam Barnard, d. of John Bernard Hankey of

Fetcham Park, Surrey. Postal add. — Little Burgh, Burgh

Nigel Claudian Dalziel Colman, b. 1886.
Sons of Edward Colman, Esq., D.L. , b. ; d. ;

7n. : —

Jeremiah Colman, Esq., J. P. Sussex, Mayor of Hove

1899-1902, b. 1853 ; m. 1882, Annie, d. of late John Maple

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