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General Manager North British Railway, b. 1845 ;

d. ; m. : —

Major Charles Leonard Conacher, O.B.E. , b.

CONANT (H. Coll., lo Dec. 1813). Quarterly, i.and 4,
per saltire gules and azure, billetty or (Conant, 1813) ' 2 and
3, ermine, on a bend vert, between three lions' heads erased
two and one azure, as many roses or (Whiston, 1813).
Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
on a mount vert, a stag proper, resting the dexter foot on a
shield gules, billetty or. Motto — " Conanti dabitur. "
Livery — Blue.

Sons of Ernest William Proby Conant, Esq., LP- co.

Rutland, iJ. 1852;;/. 1920; m. 1898, Eva Mildred (of

Bulwick and Harringworth, Northants. ), d. and coh.

of late Lt.-Col. Tryon of Bulwick Park: —

Roger John Edward Conant, Esq., Grenadier Guards

Reserve, High Sheriff, co. Rutland 1927-28, Lord of the

Manors of Lyndon, co. Rutland, and Aslack'oy, Lines., b.

1899; m. 1920, Daphne Lorraine, d. of A. E. Learoyd,

Esq., of 36 Prince's Gate, S.W. ; and has issue — John

Ernest Michael Conant, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; Guy

Timothy Geoffrey Conant, Gentleman, b. 1924, Seat —

Lyndon Hall, Rutland. Clubs — Carlton, Guards'.

Rupert Thomas Conant, Gentleman, Lieut. 52nd Light
Infantry, b. 1901.

Sons of Henry John Conant, Esq.. of Manor House,
Desborough, Market Harborough, Capt. 3rd Batt.
(Mil.) W. Kent Regt., J. P. Glos. and Lines., b. 1852;
d. 1915 ; m. ist, 1878, Emilv, d. of Col. Gostling-
Murrav, J. P., D. L. , of Whitton Park; 2nd, 1883,
Geraldine Effie, only d. of Charles Livius Grimshaw^
Esq., J. P., D.L., of Goldmgton Grange, Beds. : —
Eric Edward Wake Conant, Gentleman, b. 1879.
Malchom Vaughan Conant. Gentleman, b. 1884.
Nigel Peter Conant, Gentleman, b. 1892. Res. —

CONCANON (U.O.) Argent, on a mount vert, an
oak-tree proper, perched thereon a falcon also proper,
belled or, between in base two cross crosslets fitch^e gules.

Mantling vert and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, an elephant siatant proper, tusked or. Motto —
" Con can an."

Sons of the late Edmond Concanon, Gentleman, b.
1817, fourth son of Edmonci John Concanon of
Carrownacreggy and Waterloo, co. Galway, by his
wife Jane, dau. of John Blake, Esq., J. P., of Belmont,
CO. Galway. (This lady was through her mother Sarah
Cuffe, through the noble lines of Cuffe, Aungsie. Nevile,
Holland, Grey, and Fitzgerald, descended from Thomas
Woodstock, son of King Edward) ; m. Kate, d.
of Charles Parsons of Tuani, co. Galway: —
Edmond John Concanon, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Charles Concanon, Gentleman, b. Res. — Birming-

ham House, Tuam.

Henry John Concanon, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Circular Road, Tuam.

George Blake Concanon, Gentleman, b. ; m. and

has issue — James Blake Concanon, Gentleman, and five
daus. Res — The Hazels, Streatham, London.

Son of James Blake Concanon, Gentleman, h. ;

d. :—

Edmond George Concanon, Esq., D.S.O., Col. late
London Regt., b. 1875; m. ist, 1901, Bertha Beckford
Syvest [d. 1924), only d. of F. Gosselin of Bagot, Jersey ;
2nd, 1924, Edith, widow of Dr. Ernest Maguire. Post.
rto^i/. — Rockfield, Athenry, co. Galway; i Talbot Square,


2nd Lieut. 4th Batt. Sherwood Foresters, Mmor Scholar

King's College, Cambridge. Being the only son of William
Augustus Concanon of Brisbane, Queensland, who was
only son of George Blake Concanon, LL.D. , of Trinity
College, Dublin, brother of Edmond Concanon of Waterloo,
CO. Galway, and youngest son of Edmond John Concanon
of Carrownacreggy and Waterloo, co. Galway, by his wife
Elizabeth Lloyd, second dau. of Richard Lewis Jenkins of
Nepean Towers, N. S. W. , Australia. ArmoriEd bearings -
.Argent, on a mount vert, an oak tree proper, perched
thereon a falcon also proper, belled or, between in base two
cross crosslets fitch^e gules. Mantling vert and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, an elephant statant
proper, tusked or. Motto —" Con can an." Postal address —

CONDER (Ped. H. Coll.). Argent, on a bend wavy
azure between two lymphads sable, sails furled flags flying
and oars in motion also sable, an anchor entwined with a
cable or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, in front of a
lymphad as in the arms, an anchor fessewise, the flukes to




the dexter or. Motto — " Je conduis." Livery — Blue coat,
with silver buttons and black velvet collar, scarlet waistcoat.

Son of Edvi'ard Conder, Esq., J. P. co. Hereford, b.

1829; d. 1910; m. 1856, Susanna, elder d. of Henry

Kitton of Ringstead, co. Norfolk: —
Edward Conder, Esq., Lord of the Manor, of Kilcott,
CO. Gloucester, J. P. co. Gloucester, F.S.A. , formerly Capt.
Volunteer Forces, b. 1861 ; m. 1887, Bertha Helen Louisa,
elder d. of the late Dering Williams of the Madras Civil
Service ; and has issue — Edward Conder, Esq., M.C, M.A.

Oxon. ), late Capt. Glos.Regt., /J. 1888 [, 1917, Madeline
Grace {d. 1926), d. of the late Luke Livingston Macassey
of Holywood, co. Down ; 2nd, 1927, Edith, 3rd d. of the
late Charles Ernest Cadle, of North Bailey, Durham ; and
has issue— Edward Conder, Gentleman, ^. 1918]. Estates
— Terry Bank, co. Westmorland ; Kilcot Manor, Glouces-
ter. Post. adds. — Terry Bank, Kirkby Lonsdale, West-
morland ; Conigree Court, Newent, Glos. Cli4b —
Gloucester County.


CONGREVE of Congreve (H. Coll.). Sable, a chevron
between three battleaxes argent. Motto — " Non moritur
cujus fama vivit."

Sonsof Gen. Sir Walter Norris Congreve, V.C., K.C.B,,

M.V.O., of Chartley Castle, Stafford, Governor and

C.-in-C. Malta, Col. Rifle Brigade, b. 1862 ; d. 1927 ;

VI. 1890, Cecilia Henrietta Dolores, d. of Capt. C. B.

La Touche, Bombay Army: —

Sir Geoffrey Cecil Congreve, ist Bart., of Congreve, co.

Stafford (30 June 1927), Lt.-Comdr. R.N. [Supporters —

On either side a falcon, wings expanded, gorged with a

chaplet of oak proper, and charged on the breast with a

cross patee or], b. 1897; m. 1922, Madeleine, d. of the late

Augustus Henry Eden Allhusen, of Stoke Court, and has

issue — Ann Henrietta ; and Marigold Elizabeth. Seats —

Chartley Castle, and Congreve Manor, co. Stafford. Club —


Arthur Christopher John Congreve, Esq., Lieut. Rifle
Brigade, b. 1903 ; m. 1927, Rosemary Minna, only child of

Major Hugh Thurburn, of Cransley Hall, Northants.

Yngr. sons of William Congreve, Esq., J. P., D.L.,

of Congreve, co. Stafford, and Burton Hall, Cheshire.

b. 1831 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1862, Fanny Emma, second d.

of Lee Porcher Townshend of Wincham Hall, co.

Chester: —
Cecil Ralph Townshend Congreve, Gentleman, b. 1876 ;
7n. 1911, Esm6, d. of Norman Rowsell ; and has issue —
John Congreve, Gentleman, b. 1913 ; Peter Congreve,
Gentleman, b. 1915; William Eric Congreve, Gentleman,
b. 1919. Res. — Castlecroft Estate, Valparai P.O., via
Pollachi, Coimbatore District, S. India.

Francis Lane Congreve, Esq., D.S.O. , M.C, Maj. R.A.,
b. 1881 ; m. 1909, Evelyn Gertrude, d. of S. G. Knaggs
of Cordirry, co. Louth ; and has surv. issue — Francis
Hope. Post. add. — c/o Cox & Co. , Charing Cross.

Sons of Walter Ralph Congreve, /'. 1840; d. 1900;

ni. 1882, Mary Gordon, d. of William Gordon Rich : — -

William Maitland Congreve, Esq., M.C, Maj. late

R.A., b. 1883; in. 1912, Janet Barrington, d. of Charles

E. Moody of Springfield, Brienton, and has issue — 2 daus.


Charles Ralph Congreve, Esq., D.S.O. , M.B.E., Maj.
Durham L.L, b. 1886; ;«. 1914, Phillida Mary, only d.
of Col. R. Wanless-O'Gowan, and has issue — Walter
Richard Congreve, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; and Penelope
Rich. Post. add. — c/o Lloyds Bank, Stafford.

CONLAN (U.O.). Azure, a chevron engrailed argent,
between in chief two lions' heads erased or, and in base a
garb of the last, banded vert. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit dexter arm
erect vested azure, cuffed argent, holding in the hand two
laurel branches proper, and charged on the sleeve with a
garb, as in the arms. MottO — " Virtus tutissima."

Sons of William Peter Conlan of Kingstown, co.
Dublin :—
George Nugent Conlan, Gentleman, b. . Res. — •
The Very Rev. Robert F. Conlan, Parish Priest of St.
Michan's. Res. — Halston Street, Dublin.


CONNELLAN (U.O.) Per fesse azure and vert, a
fesse or, between in chief a pelican argent, vulned
gules, and in base a land tortoise passant of the third.
Mantling azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of
the colours, an owl perched on the stump of an oak-tree
proper. Mottoes — " Inter utrumque" ; and (over the crest)
" Tace et sape." Livery — Dark blue, with gilt buttons,
red and black striped waistcoat.

Son of James Hercules Fitzwalter Henry Connellan,
Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Kilkenny, formerly Hon. Lt.-
Col. sth Batt. R. Irish Regt., b. 1849; d. 1917 ; m.
April 5, 1881, Laura, dau. of Richard Ussher Roberts of
Waterford : —
The late Peter Martin Connellan, Esq., Capt. Hamp-
shire Regt., b. Feb. 19, 1882; killed in action 1914; m.
1911, Winifred, third dau. of late Arthur Niblett of Hares-
field Court, Gloucestershire. Seat — Coolmore, Thomas-
town, CO. Kilkenny.

CONOLLY (U.O., R.L., 1821). Argent, on a saltire
engrailed sable, five escallop-shells of the field. Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
dexter arm couped between the wrist and elbow, vested
azure, cuffed argent, the hand proper grasping a chaplet
or. Motto — " En Dieu est tout." Livery — White and

Third but only surviving son of the late Thomas
Conolly, Esq., of Castletown, co. Kildare, and Cliff,
CO. Donegal [eldest son of Edward Michael Conolly
(formerly Pakenham), Esq., M.P. co. Donegal, and
grandson of Admiral the Hon. Sir Thomas Paken-
ham, G.C.B.], by his wife Sarah, d. of Joseph Shaw
of Celbridge : —
Edward Michael Conolly, Esq., Major late R.A.,
h. 1874. Clubs — Cavalry, Kildare Street (Dublin).
Only son of Lieut. -Col. John Augustus Conolly,
V.C, late Coldstream Guards, h. 1829 ; d. 1889 ;
m. 1864, Ida Charlotte, d. of Edwin Burnaby of
Baggrave Hall, co. Leicester : —
John Richard Arthur Conolly, Gentleman [Motto —
" Fiat Dei voluntas "], h. 1869. Res. —

Only son of Rev. Marmaduke John Conolly, M.A.

Plate IV.










(Oxon.), Rector of Thorpe Malson, Kettering, b.
1824 ; d. 188S ; >«. i860, Hliza, d. of Major Henry
Maxwell Wainwright, 47th Kegt., of South Holm-
wood, Dorking : —
Henry Garabier Conolly, Gentleman, b. 1863 ; »». 1898 ;
Blanche Conolly, d. of Charles Claridge Howland, of
Minting Park, Lines. Res. — Thalassa, Old Shoreham
Road, Hove, Sussex.

■ J. P. CO. of Devon, Major (ret.) Royal Cornwall
Rangers .Militia. Born March 31, 1858, being the fourth son
of the late Capt. William Conran, J.V. , by his wife
Robina .Augusta, dau. of Robert .Andrew of Harpurhey, near
Manchester. Armorial bearings (L'.O. , 1825) Vert, on a
chevron argent, three martlets of the field, between as many

Henry Arthur Lewis Conran, Esq, J. P. for Jamaica, late
Lieut. Royal Cornwall Rangers Militia, 6. 18^6; m, Eliza-
beth Alice, d. of Charles William Steer of ISradfield. St.

hinds' heads erased of the second. Mantling vert and
argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a hind's
head erased argent. Motto — "In Deo spes mea." Livery
— Green and silver. Married, April 15, 1884, jane Frances,
eldest dau. of the Rev. William Pollexfen Bastard; and has
Issue— (1) John Marcell Conran, Gentleman, b. Sept. 17,
1886 ; (2) William Adam Bastard Conran, Gentleman,
d. Sept. 28, 1887; and Frances Mary. Residence — ^taA-
ridge House, South Brent, co. Devon. Club— KoyaX
Western Yacht (Plymouth).

CONRAN (U.O., 1825). Vert, on a che\Ton argent
three martlets of the field, between as many hinds' heads
erased of the second. Mantling vert and argent. Crest —
Upon a wreath of the colours, a hind's head erased argent.
Motto — " In Deo spes mea. "

Sons of William Adam Conran, Esq, J. P., late Lieut.
ist Stafford Militia, b. 1852 ; d. 1926 ; m. 1880, Agnes,
d. of Charles Alexander of Auchininna, Inverkeithine,
Banff, and widow of William Narcot Stewart of Shaw
Park, Jamaica: —
W:lliam Douglas Baynes Conran, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col.
R.E., b. 1881 ; m. 1913, Evelyn Mary, d. of Lionel Payne-
Gallwey ; and has issue— William Adam Percy Conran,
Gentleman, ^. 1918 ; Anne Caroline Frances ; Agnes Mary ;
and Jane Penel jpe Evelyn. Res. — Mount Pleasant, Edin-
burgh Castle, Belmont, all in Stann, Jamaica. Club —
R. Toxophilite.
Percy Drysdale Wogan Conran, Gentleman, b. 1885.
Sons of Capt. W'illiam Adam Conran, J. P., by his
wife Robina Augusta, d. of Robert .Andrew of Harpur-
hey, near Manchester: —
lames Charles Robert Conran, Esq., J. P., b. 1854.
Res. — Blacklands, nr. Plympton, Devon. C/«i5— Consti-

Anne's co., Jamaica; and has issue— Ethel Penelope.
Res.— *^

Gerald Marcell Conran, Esq. (q.v.).


CONSTABLE-MAXWELL (rematric. L.O. 29 Oct.
1904). Quarterly, i grand quarter, argent, an eagle dis-
played with two heads sable, beaked and membered gules,
surmounted of an escutcheon of the first, charged with a
saltire of the second and subcharged in the centre with a
hurcheon or (Maxwell, Earl of Nithsdale, matric. by cadet
lines 1719 and 1875) '< 2 grand quarter, quarterly i. and iiii.,
argent, a saltire sable, in chief a label of three'points gules
(Maxwell, 1875); ii. and iii., argent, three hurcheons sable
(Herries, 1875); 3 grand quarter, quarterly, gules and vair, a
bend or (Constable of Everingham, temp. Edward I.); 4
grand quarter, azure, on a bend cottised argent, three billets
sable (Haggerston./fTw?/. Edward III.). Supporters— Two
savages, wreathed about the loins and holding clubs in
their exterior hands proper.

Daus. and coheirs of Rt. Hon. Marmaduke Francis
Constable-Maxwell, nth Baron Herries : —

Rt. Hon. Gwendolen Mary, Duchess of Norfolk, 12th
Baroness Herries of Terregles (Scot, ante ij,8(^), vide Fitz-

Hon. Angela Mary, w. 1904, Hon. James Eric Drum-

Esquire. Born 31 May, 1845, being the 2nd but only surv.
son of the late Henry Constable-Maxwell-Stuart, Esquire,
commonly known as the Honourable Henry Constable-
Maxwell-Stuart, J[ustice of the Peace, Deputy-Lieutenant,
and his wife Ju^ana, daughter of the late Peter Middle-
ton of Stockeld Park. Armorial bearings — He bears
for Arms : Quarterly, i. grand quarter, quarterly, i. or, a
fesse chequy azure and argent, ii. azure, three garbs or,
iii. sable, a mullet argent, iiii. argent, an orle gules, in
chief three martlets sable, beaked of the second, all within a
bordure gules (for Stuart) ; 2. grand quarter, argent, a two-
headed eagle displayed sable, beaked and membered gules
bearing on his breast an escutcheon of the first, charged
with a saltire of the second, surcharged with an urcheon
or (for Maxwell, Earl of Nithsdale) ; 3. grand quarter,





quarterly, i. and iiii. argent, asaltire sable, in chief a label of
three points gules, ii. and iii. argent, three urcheons sable
(all for Maxwell, Lord Herries) ; 4. grand quarter, quar-
terly gules and vair, a bend or (for Constable). Upon the
escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree, with a
Mantling gules and argent ; and upon a wreath of his
liveries is set for Crest, on a garb, a crow proper ; and in an
escroll over the same this Motto, "Judge nought." Estates
— Traquair, in the counties of Peebles and Selkirk ;
Terregles, in the county of Kirkcudbright. Postal address—
Traquair, Innerleithen, N.B. d/z/^J— Athenaeum, Bachelors'.

CONSTANTINE of Harlsey Hall (H. Coll.). Azure,
an antique ship or, between three roses argent barbed
and seeded proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, an anchor erect sable, the
shank surmounted by a rose as in the arms. Motto —
" Facta non verba."

Sons of Joseph Constantine, Esq., J. P., Lord of the
Manor of East Harlsey, b. 1856 ; d. 1922; m. 1884,
Marion Loudon, d. of William Whitesmith, of Kirn,
Argyll : —
Lt.-Col. William Whitesmith Constantme, M.C., T.D.,
D.L. N. R. Yorks., b. 1887; m. 1921, Marjorie Winifred,
d. of A. Ogden, of Frinton, Essex. Seat — Harlsey Hall,
Northallerton, Yorks. Clubs — Constitutional, Conserva-

Constantine, Esq., b. . Res. —

CONWAY of Allington Castle (H. Coll., 16 Oct. 1917).
Argent, fourteen barrulets wavy azure, on a pale vert
issuant from a mount in base an ice-axe or. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a castle gate-house proper, flying a banner argent
charged with a cross gules, a shrapnel helmet also proper.
Motto — " Donee in te."

Eldest son of Rev. William Conway, Canon of West-
minster, b. 1815 ; d. 1876 ; m. 1851, Elizabeth, d. of
Adam Martin, M.D., of Lochabie and Rochester, co.
Kent :—
Sir William Martin Conway, Knt. Bach., M.A. Camb.,
Hon. A.R.I.B.A., F.R.G.S., F.S.A., D.Litt., M.P.
English Universities since 1918, b. 1856; m. 1884,
Katrina, d. of Charles Lambard of Augusta, Maine,
U.S.A. and has issue — Agnes Ethel. Seat — Allington
Castle, Maidstone. Town res. — 47 Romney Street, S.W.i.
Clubs — Alpine, Athenaeum, Burlington Fine Arts.

CONWAY (H. Coll.). Per pale sable and gules, on a
bend nebuly, between two annulets or, four annulets of the
first. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a Moor's head couped at the shoulders, wreathed
about the temples argent and azure, between two roses
gules, barbed, leaved, and slipped proper. Motto — " Fides
et virtus. "

Second son of John Peter Conway, Gentleman, ot

Blythe flouse, Tulse Hill, i. 1839; d. 1910; >/t. 1867,

Anne, d. of James Eagles: —

Capt. Edgar Philip Conway, d. 1879 ; i/i. , Geraldine

Finlay, d. of John Warburton, Esq., J.P. ; and has issue^

Garnet John Philip Conway, Gentleman, d. 1909; and

Alyeen Gertrude Finlay. Post. add. —

CONWAY (H. Coll.). Sable, on a bend or, cottised,
invected erminois, between two cinquefoils of the second,
four annulets gules. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, in front of a Moor's head in profile,
couped at the shoulders proper, an annulet, between two
cinquefoils gules. Motto—" Finem respice."

Son of Edwin Conway of Stalybridge, i. 1830 ; d. 1884 ;

M. 1853: —
Basil Wiseman Conway, Gentleman, M.R.C.S. ,
L.R.C.P., l>. 1861. Pes.—Ovenon House, Longsight,

CONWAY-GORDON (L.O. , 1846). Quarterly, i. azure,
three boars' heads couped or ; 2. or, three lions' heads
erased gules, langued azure ; 3. or, three crescents within
a double tressure gules ; 4. azure, three cinquefoils
argent, in the dexter chief point a canton ermine,
charged with a crescent or, the whole being within a
bordure compony argent and azure (for difference). Upon
the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a Mantling gules, doubled argent ; and above is set
for Crest, issuing out of a mural crown or, a stag's head
at gaze proper, attired ^nd charged on the neck with a

crescent of the first; and in an escroll over the same this
Motto, " Bydand," and also in an escroll below the shield
thisMottO, " Animononastutia." Lzir;^— Dark blue coat,
with yellow collar, yellow waistcoat, yellow plush knee-
breeches, white stockings.

Son of Lt.-Col. Francis Ingram Conway • Gordon,
Esq., J.P. and D.L., d. 1833; d. 1908; m. 1859, Mary
Raikes, only d. of the late John T. Garrett, Royal
Artillery: —

Ingram Cosmo Conway-Gordon, Esq., J.P. for the parts
of Lindsey, co. Lincoln, Lt.-Col. late ist Highland Light
Infantry, fi. i860; m. 1892, Ethel {d. 1924), second d. of
Col. Forbes Macbean, late 92nd Highlanders, Sergeant-
at-Arms to Queen Victoria ; and has issue — Ronald Cosmo
Conway-Gordon, Gentleman, Lieut. H.L. I., i. 1900; and
Ethel Marcia. Estates — Lynv/ode: a.nd Market Rasen, co.
Lincoln. Res. — Tangmere House, nr. Chichester.


CONYBEARE (H. Coll., 13 April 1733). Argent, a
saltire sable, over all a pale gules. Mantling sable and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a rock, therecn
a dove rising proper, holding in the dexter fort a cross
pat6e fitch^e gules. Mottoes — "Usque conabor" ; "In
Domino confido."

Son of Rev. William John Conybeare, M.A., Fellow
of Trin. Coll. (Camb.), (eldest son of Very Rev. W. D.
Conybeare, F.R.S., Dean of LlandaffI, t. 1815; d.
1857; m. 1842, Eliza, d. of Rev. Joseph Rose, M.A.
(Camb.) : —
Rev. John William Edward Conybeare, M.A. Trin. Coll.
(Camb.), formerly Rural Dean of Barton, i. 1843 '< "*• 1870.
Frances, d. of James Cropper, Esq., J.P. and D.L. (High
Sheriff 1875) of Westmorland ; and has issue — (i) Ven.
William James Conybeare, M.A. (Camb.), .'\rchdeacon
of Nottingham and Rector of Southwell Cathedral, i^. 1871 ;
[m. 1909, Olive, d. of H. Malkin {Pes. — The Residence,
Soutliwell, Notts.)]; (2) Charles Bruce Conybeare, Gentle-
man, i^. 1873; (3) Alfred Edward Conybeare, Gentleman,
M.A. (Camb.), a Housemaster at Eton College, i. 1875.
Pes. — Stokesleigh, Cambridge.

Son of Frederick Cornwallis Conybeare, Gentleman,
M.A., Fellow of the British Academy, late Fellow of
Univ. Coll., Oxford, fi. 1856; d. 1924; m. ist, Mary
Emily, d. of Rt. Hon. F. Max Muller, D.C.L., P.C. ;
and, 1888, Jane, d. of Edward M'Dowell of Liver-
pool : —




John Josias Conybeare, Gentleman, Lieut. Oxford and
Bucks. L.I. (Ter.),^ 1888. Res.—

Son cf late John Charles Conybeare (second son of
Very Rev. \V. D. Conybeare, aforesaid), b. 1819; d.
1884; m. 1849, Kalherine Mary, d. of Rev. Preben-
dary William Vansittari, D.D. : —
Henry Grant Madan Conybeare, Esq., J. P. E=;sex,
b. 1859 ; m. ist, 1886, Minna, ygst. d. of Col. Sir Richmond
Campbell Shakespear, C.B. , of the Bengal Artillery ; 2nd,
1914, .Audrey, d. of the late Rev. John R. G. Taylor ; and
has issue — Constance Phyllis; and Penelope Minna. Res.
— Gunfield, Ingatestone, Essex.

Son of Rev. Charles Ranken Conybeare, M..A.,
Student of Christ Ch. (Oxon.) (third son of Very Rev.
W. D. Conybeare), b. 1821 ; d. 1885 ; m. 1852, Eliza-
beth Jane, d. and heiress of James Heywo id Mark-
land. F. R.S. , U.C. L. . of Bath :—
Rear-Adm. Crawford James Markland Conybea e, (rot.),
b. 1854; m. 1880, Eliza, d. of John Brymer, E q., J. P.
(High Sheriff 1867) of Dorset, sometime Capt. 5th
Dragoon Gds. Res. — . Club —

United Service.

Only surv. son of Henry Crawford .Arthur Conybeare,
Esq., J. P. Devon, M.A , Barrister-at-Law, Commis-
sioner United Provinces, India, iqoo-8, b. 1853; d.
1915 ; m. 1889, Amy, d. of Hon. Maynard Brodhurst,
Judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature, N. \V.
Prov. , India : —

Conybeare, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Platway,

Shaldon, nr. Teigninouth.

Son of Henry Convbeare of Teignmouth (fourth son

of Very Rev. \V. D. Conybeare), b. 1822; d.

1892; m. 1849, Ann Newport, d. of Gen. George

Moore :—

Charles Frederick Pringle Conybeare, Esq., K.C. (in the

Court of Privy Council and Canadian Courts), Hon. LL.D. ,

b. i860; m. 1890, Letitia, d. of Colonel Peter Attwood,

Canadian Mil., of Manitoba; and has issue — Henry Bruce

Attwood Conybeare, Gentleman, /■. 1895. Res. — Letlibridge,

Alberta, Canada.


CONYNGHAM (R.L., 3 May 1781, U.O.). Argent, a
shake-fork widiJe, between three mullets sable. Mantling'
sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the coL urs, a
unicorn's head erased argent, armed and maned or.
Motto—" Over fork over."

Son of the Most Hon. Henry Francis Conyngham,
4th Marquis Conyngham, b. 1857; d. 1897; m. 1882,
the Hon. Frances Elizabeth Sarah Eveleigh De
Moleyns, d. of 4ih Baron Ventry : —
Most Hon. Frederick William Buton Conyngham, b.
1890, 6th Marquis Conyngham, Earl of Mount Char-les, and
Viscount Slane ilrel., 22 Jan. 1816), Earl Conyngham and
Viscount Mount Charles (Irel., 5 Nov. 1797), and Viscount
Conyngham (Irel., 6 Dec. 1789), 8th Baron Conyngham
(Irel., 4 Jan. 1781), 6th Baron Minster (U.K., 17 July 1821).
[Supporters — Dexter, a horse argent, maned, hoofed, and
charged on the breast with an eagle displayed or ; sinister,
a buck proper, attired, unguled, and charged on the breast
with a griffin's head, erased or], b. iSgo; s. his brother

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