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Kvle Cotter, Gentleman, b. 1916 ; and Kathleen Bervl
Kyle. Res.—

COTTERELL of Gamons. Quarterly, or and argent,
a cross engrailed per pale sable and gules ; in the second
quarter two escallops, and in the third one, all of the
third ; over all a bend also sable. Mantling sable and or.
Crest — An arm in armour embowed, the hand in a
gauntlet proper, resting on an escutcheon argent, charged
with a talbot's head sable, collared and Uned or. Motto —
" Non rapui sed recepi."

Son of Sir Gcers Henry Cotterell, 3rd Bart., J. P.,
D.L., b. 1834, d. igoo ; m. 1865, Hon. Katherine
Margaret, d. of Gen. Lord Airy, G.C.B. : —
Sir John Richard Geers Cotterell, 4th Bart. (2 Nov.
1805), of Garnons, co. Hereford, late Capt. ist Life
Gds., Col. (ret.) R.A.S.C, Lord-Lieut, and Custos
Rotulorum co. Hereford, b. 1866; m. 1896, Lady Evelyn
Gordon-Lennox {d. 1922), d. of 7th Duke of Richmond ;
and has issue — Richard Charles Geers Cotterell, Esq.,
2nd Lieut. R.H. Guards, b. 1907 ; Sylvia Evelyn [m.
1916, Capt. Christopher Digby Leyland, Household
Cavalry] ; Cicely Violet [m. 1921, Capt. William Adrian
Bethell, 2nd Life Gds.] ; Mildred Katherine [m. 1925,
Sir Terence Falkiner, Bt., Coldstream Gds]. Seat —
Garnons, Hereford. Town res. — 10 Hertford Street, May-
fair, W. Clubs — 'Turf, Bachelors', Carlton.


Bach. (1924), Solicitor. Born 1869, being the son of the
late Francis Cottier, of co. Cork. Armorial bearings
— Per bend nebuly gules and or, a lion rampant in
chief and an ancient ship with three masts, sails set
and flags flying to the dexter, all counterchanged.

Mantling gules and or. Crest— Upon a wreath of the
colours, upon a fleur-de-lys fessewise, a cock, combed and
wattled proper, holding in the beak an oak-leaf slipped vert.
Motto — " Vigilantibus." i1/amV</ 1890, Lydia Jane, d "'


Philip Avent, and died 1928, leaving issue — Charles Edward
Cottier, Esq. (late Captam ist Gloucester Regt. ), 6. 1892 ;
Cyril Medcalf Cottier, Esq., d. 1894; and 2 daus. Seat —
Swyncombe House, Swyncombe, Oxon.

COTTINGHAM of Cavan (Confd. U.O. 1901, on user
since 1640). Sable, between two bars or, as many hinds
counter-trippant argent. Mantling sable and argent.

Crest— On'a wreath of the colours, between two scimitars,
a Saracen's head couped at the -shoulders proper,^ wreathed
about the temples argent and azure. Motto — " Cadere non
cedere possum." Z-/ir/T— Black, with white facmgs.




Sons of Col. Edward Roden Cottingham, R.A. , of

Hermit's Hill, Burghfield, Berks., t. 1834; d. 1901 ;

m. 1862, Eliza Anne, only d. of Charles Johnston,

M.D. :—
Edward Roden Cottingham, Esq,, M.V.O., Lt.-Col.
R. M. A. (retired), served in S. Africa 1900-1 , Great War ig 14-
18, b. 1866 ; m. 1909, Mary Beatrice Clotilde, d. of the late
Robert Bowen Colthurst cf Oakgrove and Dripsey Castle,
CO. Cork; and has issue — (i) Edward Bowen Cottingham,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 17, 1909 ; (2) James Henry Cottingham,
Gentleman, b. Sept. 18, 1909 ; and Elizabeth Myrtle.
Res. — Ballyhaise, Harrow-on-the-Hill. Club — Junior
United Service.

Henry Langrishe Cottingham, Esq., Lt.-Col. R.F.A.
(retired), served Great War 1914-18, b. 1871 ; m. 1923,
Bertha, d. of .'\rthur Lovegrove, Esq., of Esher, co. Surrey.

COTTON. Azure, a chevron between three hanks of
cotton argent. Mantlingr azure and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a falcon proper, belled or, holding in
the dexter claw a belt azure, buckled of the second. Motto
— "In utraque fortuna paratus." Livery — Dark blue,
scarlet waistcoat.

Son of Henry Calverley Cotton, Esq., late Capt. Roy.

Scots Fus., b. 1823; d. 1906; m. 1856, Georgiana,

Bolton King, dau. of Edward Bolton King, Esq., M.P.

for Warwickshire, and D.L. : —
Henry Robert Stapleton Cotton, Esq., Maj. comdg.
53rd Recruiting Area 1914-18, late Capt. Oxfordshire
Light Inf., b. 1859; m. 1900, Isabel Scott, d. of the late
John Johnstone of Haleaths, Dumfriesshire, and widow of
T. A. Lyon. A'w. — Dodbrooke Manor, S. Devon.

COTTON (Confn. U.O. ). Azure, an eagle displayed
argent, on a canton of the last a cross crosslet sable.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal
coronet, a demi-eagle displayed or, charged on the breast
with a cross crosslet sable. Motto — " With God's blessing."
Son of Henry Laurence Cotton, 1^. 1819; d. 1861 ; m.
1843, Elizabeth, d. of Sir Malby Crofton, Bart. : —

Lt.-Col. Henry French Cotton, J. P. co. Waterford, b.
1844 ; m. 1878, Sophia, d. of Maj. - Gen. Robert Sande-
man ; and has issue — (1) Henry Robert Cotton, Gentle-
man, b. 1883 ; (2) Sydney Laurence Cotton, Gentleman, b.
1887 ; Eleanor Emma ; Mabt-l Mary ; Constance Louise ;
and Marion Elizabeth. Res. —

COTTON (H. Coll.). Azure, on a bend invected be-
tween two cotton hanks argent, three torteaux. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a falcon close proper, belled or, charged on the
breast with a cotton hank argent, three bezants fessewise.
Son of Sir George Cotton, Knt. Bach. (1897), Sheriff of
Bombay 1897, b. 1842 ; d. 1905 ; tn. 2nd, 1880, Amy
Agnes, d. of James George White, I.C.S. : —
Claude George Meade Cotton, Esq., b. 1882. Res. —
Greenbank, Folkestone; Thornbank, Didsbury. Club —
Junior Constitutional.

COTTON (H. Coll.). Azure, a chevron between three
hanks of cotton argent. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a falcon rising proper,
beaked, legged, and belled or, holding in the de.xter claw a
belt azure, buckled gold. Motto— " In utraque fortuna

Sons of Rev. Henry James Cotton, B.A. O.xon., Rector

of Dalbury, co. Derby, b. 1811; d. 1884; m. 1847.

Elizabeth Emma, d. of John Sparrow Stovin of

Cheltenham : —

Rev. James Stapleton Cotton, formerly Vicar of Audlem,

Cheshire, Hon. Canon of Chester, b. 1849 ; m. 1880, Louisa

Jessie (d. 1922), eld. d. of Colin Minton Campbell, Esq.,

of Woodseat, Staffs., J.P., D.L., M. P., High Sheriff ; and

has surv. issue — (i) Hugh Stapleton Cotton, Gentleman,

Lieut. R.E. , b. 1885 ; (2) George Edward Stapleton Cctton,

Gentleman, b. 1888; (3) Rev. Henry Wilmot Stapleton

Cotton, Chaplain Indian Establishment, b. 1894 [m. 1923,

Elaine, d. of Joseph Iredale, of Rock Ferry] ; Beatrice

Jessie; Constance Muriel Mildred Lucy; and Hester

Evelyn. Res. — Minton, Meols, Cheshire.

Charles Harrington Cotton, Gentleman, b. 1857 ; tn. 1898,

Julia Katherine, eld. d. of Rev. Howard England Tunnicliffe

Gough of Colwall Court, co. Hereford, and widow of Rev.

Gerard Duke Wyatt. Res. — Bryn Eisteddfod, Llandudno.

Son of Rt. Rev. George Edward Lynch Cotton,

Bishop of Calcutta, b. 1813; d. 1866; m. 1845,

Sophia Ann, d. of Rev. Henry Tomkinson of Rease-
heath, Cheshire: —
The late Sir Edward Thomas Davenant Cotton-Jodrell,
K.C.B. (^.i'.).

Son of Henry Calveley Cotton, Esq., formerly Capt.
2ist Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 1823 ; d. 1909; ;«. 1856,
Georgiana, d. of Edward Bolton King, M.P. and D.L. ,
of Chadshunt, Warwickshire: —
Henry Robert Stapleton Cotton, Esq., Capt. late Oxford-
shire L.I., b. 1859 ; 7«. 1900, widow of Arthur Lyon and d.
of John Johnstone of Hallcaths, Dumfries. Res. — Dod-
brooke Manor, Devon.

Son of Willoughby Lynch Cotton, Esq., late Capt.
3rd Batt. Shropshire 'L,.\.,b. 1863; d. on active service
1918 ; tn. 1888, Rosina Mary Adelaide, d. of Andrew
Jones of Shelton, Salop : —
Vyvyan Stapleton Cotton, Gentleman, b. 1889. Res. —
Abbeydale, Shrewsbury.

Son of Major-Gen. Lynch Stapleton Cotton, b. 1828 ;

d. 1899 ; tn. 1855, Jane Gordon, d. of James Inglis of

Fairley, Aberdeenshire: —

Stapleton Lynch Cotton, Esq. Major (ret.) King's

Liverpool Regt., served in Afghan, Burmese, S. African

(severely wounded), and Great War 1914-18, b. i860.

Res. — Worden Lodge, Ley land, Lancashire.

Sons of Charles Calveley Cotton, b. 1847; d. 1892;

tn. 1873, Kate, d. of William Frederick de la Rue : —

Charles William Egerton, Esq., CLE., B.A., Agent to

Gov. -Gen. Madras States, b. 1874 ; tn. 1925, Violet, d. of

Sir PhilipTatton Mainwaring, 4th Bart. Res. — Travancore,

S. India.

Ronald Egerton Cotton, Esq., D.SO. , Lt.-Col. late
S.R. Yorks. Regt., served in Hertfordshire 1. Yeo. in S.
Africa 1900-1 (medal with 3 clasps), and Great War
1914-19 (desp. 3 times), b. 1876 ; tn. 1917, Hilda, d. of the
late Capt. C. D. Inglis, R.N., and has issue — Patricia
Daphne. Res. — Estancia la Corona, El Jabali, C.G. , B.A,
Argentine Republic.

Arthur Egerton Cotton, Gentleman, b. 1876. Res. —
Sydney Egerton Cotton, Gentleman, b. 1884 ; tn. 1923,
Mabel, widow of Francis N. Carter. Res. —

Vere Egerton Cotton, Esq., O.B.E., Maj. 4th West
Lanes. Regt., b. 1888; m. 1922, Elfreda Helen, d. of
W. F. Moore, and has issue — Simon Arthur Cotton, Gen-
tleman, b. 1924; Robert Charles Cotton, Gentleman, b.
1925. Res. — Langdale, Grassendale Park, Liverpool.

Son of Francis Egerton Cotton, Esq., of Penley Hall,
late Major Denbigh I. Yeo., b. 1849 ; d. 1923 ;
ttt. 1879, Helen Louisa Muriel, d. of the late Capt.
Francis Mostyn Owen of Althrey Hall, Wrexham :^
Gilbert Francis Egerton, Esq., Major R.F.A. , b. 1880.
Res. — Penley Hall, Ellesmere, Salop.

Son of Henry Calveley Lynch Cotton, C.E. , 1''. 1829 ;

d. 1897 ; tn. 1862, Clara, d. of John Loch of

Australia :^

Calveley William Gordon Cotton, Gentleman, b. 1865;

tn. 1889 ; Marian Annie, d. of the late Henry George Baylis

of Calcutta. Res. —

Son of William Gordon Lynch, Gentleman, M.I.C.E.,

late Public Works Dept. India, b. 1838 ; tn. ist,

1866, Emma (d. 1885), d. of John Clough of Haincliffe,

Keighley ; 2nd, 1889, Maggie Miller (</. 1902), d.

of Robert Hay of Darmuir, Dumbartonshire ; 3rd,

1905, Adelaide Ciceley (d. 1906), d. of Charles

Vavasour of Sandford, Ireland, and widow of John

Martin Dwyer, P.W.D. :—

Hugh Gordon Cotton, Gentleman, b. 1869 ; tn. 1903,

Gertrude Mary, d. of the late Charles Parsons ; and has

issue — Vivienne Mary. Res. — Kotagiri, S. India.

COTTON-JODRELL of Yeardsley, K.C.B., J.P.
and D.L. co. of Chester, comdg. Cheshire R. Engineers
1888-1908, on Headquarters Staff at War Office igo6-
1912. Colonel (ret.) Terr. Force, M.P. for the Wirral
Division of co. Chester from 1885 to 1900. Born
June 29, 1847 ; d. 1917 ; being the only son of the
late Rt. Rev. George Edward Lynch Cotton, Bishop
of Calcutta, by his wife Sophia Anne, dau. of the Rev.
Henry Tomkinson of Reaseheath, Nantwich, co. Chester;
and assumed by Royal Licence, 1890, the additional
surname and arms of Jodrell. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly, 1. quarterly i. and iiii., sable, three buckles
argent (Jodrell); ii. and iii., azure, a chevron between
three hanks of cotton argent (Cotton) ; 2. azure, a




chevron between tiiiee hanks of cotton argent (Cotton) ;
3. argent, a fesse gules, between three calves sable
(Calverley) ; 4. sable, on a chevron argent, between
three crosses patonce or, as many cinquefoils gules (Mot-
tram) ; 5. argent, on a bend sable, three annulets inter-
laced or (Huberk); 6. ermine, a fesse gules (Barnak) ; 7.
argent, on a saltire sable, five swans proper (Burgh); 8.
sable, two hinds counter trippant argent (Cottingham) ; 9.
azure, a cutlass in bend proper, pommel and hilt argent,
within a bordure engrailed or (Tattnall) ; 10. argent, on a
mount vert, a stag lodged gules (Herthill) ; 11. sable, a
chevron between three bulls' heads caboshed argent (Buck-
ley) ; 12. gules, a fesse dancott^e between three bugle-horns
argent (Cotgrave) ; 13. gules, a lion rampant argent,
ducally crowned argent, between three crescents or (Salus-
bury) ; 14. sable, three leopards (? lynxes) ranipant argent,
spotted of the field (Lynch); 15. azure, a cross patonce
pierced square or, before four martlets argent, all within a
bordure ermine (Tomkinson) ; 16. per pale azure and sable,
within an orle of fleurs-de-lys argent, alion rampant enninois,
ducally crowned and holding between the paws a mascle
or, a canton ermine (Phillips); 17. ; 18. azure,

three hammers or (Thorneton); 19. argent, a chevron be-
tween three bugle-horns sable (Sutton); 20. sable, on a
cross engrailed argent, a mullet of the field gules (Knottes-
ford); 21. argent, a mullet sable (Aston); 22. argent, a
lion couchant azure between three ducal coronets gules
(Butterworth). Mantling sable and argent. Crests — i.
upon a wreath of the colours, a cock's head and neck
couped or, the wings elevated argent, combed and wattled
gules (Jodreil) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a talcon
proper, belled or, holding in the dexter claw a belt azure,
buckled of the second (Cotton). Motto — "Vigilando. "
Livery — Black and silver. Married, 1878, Mary Rennell,
O.B.E.(/?«. — 2 Portman Square, W. I, daughter of William
R. Coleridge, Esq., of Salston, in the county of Devon ;
and had issue — Dorothy Lynch, C.B.E. [w. 1902, Lt.-Col.
Henry Ramsden Jodrell, C.M.G., R.H.A. (q.v.]]\ and
Olive Harriet, O. B.E. [m. 1910, Rear-Admiral Richard
Greville Arthur Wellington Stapleton-Cotton, C.B. , C.B.E. ,
M.V.O., R.N.]. Estates — Reaseheath and Yeardsley,
Cheshire, and Shallcross, Derbyshire. Res. — Reaseheath
Hall, Nantwich ; Shallcrtss Manor, Whaley Bridge; and
2 Portman Square, W.


COTTS of Coldharbour Wood (H. Coll.), Azure, on a
chevron, between in chief two lions rampant, and in
base a representation of the Southern Cross, or, three
lymphads sable. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
WTcath of the colouFs, a quadriga or. Motto — " Deo
fidens proficio."

Son of William Cotts, Gentleman, of Sanquhar : —

Sir William Dingwall Mitchell Cotts, ist Bart. (15 June
1921), K.B.E., M.P. Western Isles Div. Inverness 1922-3,
b. 1871 ; m. 1901, Agnes Nivison, d. of Robert Sloane, of
Sanquhar, co. Dumfries, and has issue — (i) William
Campbell Cotts, Esq., b. 1902 ; (2) Robert Crichton Cotts,
Esq., b. 1903 ; Agnes Nivison [m. 1926, Capt. Claude
Forester- Walker, M.C., 3rd HussarsJ. Seat — Cold-
harbour Wood, East Liss, Hants. Town res. — 84 Eaton
Square, S.W.i. Clubs — Reform, St. James's, Royal


J. P., Barrister-at-Law. Born Nov. 13, 1848, being the
eldest son of the late Gustavus Hamilton Coulson, Capt.
R.N., J. P. and D.L. (second son of Col. John Blenkin-
sopp Coulson of Blenkinsopp, Northumberland), by his
wife .^nne Lindsay, only dau. of Rev. Henry Wastell of
Newbrough and Wall Town, Northumberland. Armorial
bearings— Quarterly, i and 4, per pale argent and ermine,
on a bend sable, three fleurs-de-lys or (for Coulson); 2 and
3, argent, a fesse between three garbs banded sable (for
Blenkinsopp).' Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, between two spears, a pelican in
her piety, all proper. Motto — " Je mourrai pour ceux
que j'aime." Livery — Pepper and salt, drab buttons.
Married, July 14, 1875, Caroline Stewart, dau. of the
late Henry Unwin of the Bengal C.S. ; and has had Issue —
Gustavus Hamilton Blenkinsopp Coulson, V.C., D.S.O. ,
Lieut. King's Own Scottish Borderers, b. April i. 1879
(killed in action at Lambrechtsfontein, May 19, 1901);

Florence Lindsay ; Isabel Forbes [//;. 1902, Lisle March
Philipps, late Capt. Remington's Guards] ; and Inez Lisle

\m. 1906, Lieut. E. J. Inman, R.N.]. Seat — Newbrough
Hall, Fourstones, Northumberland. Residence — Langton
Lodge, Blandford, Dorset.

\The right of Mr. Coulson to the foregoing quartering for
Blenkinsopp has not up to the present time been officially
established or recorded in the College of Arms, but these
arms oj Blenkinsopp were recorded at the Visitations, and
from the proofs supplied to him the Editor has personally no
doubt that the use thereof by Mr. Coulson is correct]. •

COULSON, formerly of Blenkinsopp Castle (H. Coll.,
I July 1802). Per pale or and ermine, on a bend sable,
three fleurs-de-lys gold. Mantling sable and or. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a pelican in her piety between two
javelins proper. MottO — " Je mourrai pour ceux que

Sonsof Rev. Arthur Blenkinsopp Coulson, B.A. (Oxon.)

\'icar of Branxton, Northumberland, b. 1841 ; d. 1905;

m. 1868, Laura Georgina, d. of Rev. Cancn Thomas

Ilderton of llderton : —
Hubert Arthur Blenkinsopp Cculson, Gentleman, b. 1871 ;
m. 1904, Constance Jane Dorothy, d. of late William
Tayler of Glenbarry, Banffshire ; and has issue — Desir^e
Rachel He'en. Res. —

George Byron Coulson, Gentleman, b. 1875. Res. —

Younger sons of Capt. John Blenkinsopp Coulson,

J. P. and D.L., of Blenkinsopp Castle, b. 1799 ; d. 1868 ;

?«. 2nd, 1834, Hon. Mary Anne Byron, d. of George,

7th Lord Byron : —
Capt. Frederick Charles Blenkinsopp Coulson, late 60th
Royal Rifles, b. 1845 ; m. 1875, Lucia, d.of Lucius Chitten-
den of New Yf rk ; and has issue — Basil John Blenkinsopp
Coulson, Gentleman, Lieut. K.O.S.B., b. 1879 ; Lucia
Claudine ; Marion ; Barbara Blenkinsopp ; and Marjorie
Byron. Res. —

Harry Blenkinsopp Coulson, Gentleman, b. 1849 ; m.
1873, Katharine Barnard, d. of late Philip Goldney of
Bradleigh Hall, Essex. Res. —

COULSTON (H. Coll.). Per pale wavy argent and
azure, two dolphins hauriant, respecting each other, counter-
changed, collared, and chained together by their necks or,
between four estoiles three in chief and one in base, also
counterchangeci. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper, a dolphin
naiant embowed sable, in front of two tridents in saltire or.




Son of Henry Joseph Coulston (formerly Knowles),

Esq., J. P. Lanes., b. ; d. 1924: —

Capt. John Hubert Courtenay Coulston, b. 1887 ; m.

1916, Louise, yngst. d. of the late Baron de Pfyffer

Altishofen, of Lucerne, Switzerland. Res. — Hawksheads,

Bolton -le- Sands, Lanes.

COUPER (L.O., 1814). Or, a chevron gules, charged
with another ermine, between three laurel leaves slipped
vert. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Out of a mural
crown or, a dexter hand holding a garland of laurel proper.
Motto— " Virtute." Livery — Dark green.

Son of Sir George Ebenezer Wilson Couper, 2nd

Bart. K. C.S.I. , C.B., CLE., b. 1824; d. 1908; m.

1852, Caroline Penelope, grand-dau. of Sir Henry

Every, 9th Bart. : —
Sir Ramsay George Henry Couper, 3rd Bart. (23 June
1841), late Lieut. 6oth Foot, b. 1855 ; m. 1884, Nora
{d. 1925), d. of Horatio William Scott of Buccleuch House,
Adelaide Road, Hampstead; and has issue— Guy Couper,
Esq., b. 1889; Sybil; and Evelyn [m. 1915, George
Edward Jamieson {d. 1923), and has issue]. Club — Naval
and Military.


COURTAULD of Burton Park. Per pale argent and
or, a chevron, between three trefoils slipped in chief, and
a fleur-de-lys in base vert. Mantling vert and or. Crest
— A fieur-de-lys argent, in front thereof three mullets
gules. Motto — " Tiens la verite."

Son of Sydney Courtauld, Esq., of Booking Place,
Braintree, b. 1840 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1865, Sarah Lucy
{d. 1905), d. of William Sharpe, of Highbury,
Middx. : —
John Sewell Courtauld, Esq., M.C., Maj. (ret.), M.P.
West Sussex since 1924, b. 1880 ; m. 1906, Henrietta
Barbara, d. of Sir Arthur Holland, Knt. Bach, of Holm-
hurst, Copeshill, Wimbledon ; and has issue — Jeanne
Barbara. Seat — Burton Park, Petworth, Sussex. Town
res. — 9 Grosvenor Square, W. i . Clubs — Arthur's, Carlton.

COURTAULD (H. Coll.) Per pale argent and or, a
chevron between three trefoils in chief and a fieur-de-lys in
base vert, impaling the Arms of Lister, namely : Quarterly,

1 and 4, ermine, on a pile azure, a horse forcene argent,
over all a fesse sable, charged with three mullets or (Lister) ;

2 and 3, per bend azure and gules, a pale between in
sinister chief a fleur-de-lys, and in dexter base a rose
argent barbed and seeded proper (Dixon). Mantling vert
and argent. Crest—Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of
a fleur-de-lys argent, three mullets gules. MottO — " Tiens
a la v6rit6."

Son of George Courtauld, Esquire, J. P. co. Essex,
M.P. for Maldon 1878-1885, h. 1830; d. ; m. ist,

1855, M'ma.{d. 1859), youngest dau. of the late William
Bromley of Clapton, Middlesex ; 2nd, 1864, Susannah
Elizabeth (d. 1879), elder dau. of the late Samuel
Webb Savill of Bocking, Essex ; 3rd, 1888, Serena
Elizabeth, dau. of the late B. Sparrow of Gosfield
Place : —
Samuel Augustine Courtauld, Esq., J. P. and (1916)

High Sheriff CO. Essex, b. 1865 ; m. 1903, Edith Anne, d.

of the late W. V. Lister, of Eastry, Kent, and has issue —

2 sons; I dau. Jies. — 'I he Howe, Halstead, Essex;

8 Palace Green, W.8. Club — Reform.

COURTENAY. Quarterly, i and 4, or, three torteaux
(for Courtenay) ; 2 and 3, or, a lion rampant azure (for
Redvers). Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. Out of a
ducal coronet or, a plume of seven ostrich feathers, four
and three, argent; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
dolphin embowed proper. Mottoes — " Quod verum
tutum " ; " Ubi lapsus, quid feci."

Sons of Henry Reginald Courtenay, Lord Courtenay,

Barrister-at-Law, J. P., D.L., b. 1836 ; d. 1898 ;

m. 1862, Evelyn, d. of ist Earl of Cottenham : —

Rt. Hon. the Rev. Sir Henry Hugh Courtenay, 15th

Earl of Devon (3 Sept. 1553). nth Bart. (Feb. 1644)

[Supporters — On either side a boar argent, bristled,

tusked, and unguled or], Rector of Powderham 1904-27 ;

s. his brother 1927. Seats — Powderham Castle, nr.

Exeter ; Walreddon Manor, Tavistock ; Ford House,

Newton Abbot.

Rev. the Hon. Frederick Leslie Courtenay, M.A.
(Oxford), Rector of Honiton, Devon, b. 1875 m. 1907,

Marguerite, d. of John Silva, of Itchen Abbas ; and has
surv. issue — Charles Christopher Courtenay, Esq.,
b. 1916 ; Evelyn Frances ; Mary Elizabeth ; Marguerite
Kathleen ; Camilla Gabrielle ; Angela Leslie. Res, —
Honiton Rectory, Devon.

COURTHOPE (H. Coll , Vsn. Sussex). Argent, a fesse
azure, between three estoiles of six points wavy sable.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-stag salient gules, attired and charged
with estoiles wavy or. Motto — " Court Hope."

Sons of George John Courthope, Esq., J. P. and D.L.
for Kent and J. P. for Sussex, Barrister-at-Law, M.A.
Oxford, b. 1848; d. 1910; m. 1876, Elinor Sarah (d.
1895), second d. of Lieut. -Col. Edward Loyd of Lilles-
den, Hawkhurst, Kent: —
Sir George Loyd Courthope, ist Bart. (30 June 1925),
M.C., T.D., D.L., Col. T.A., Lord of the Manor of
Hammerden, J. P. and D.L. Sussex, M.P. for Rye Div. of
Sussex, b. 1877 ; m. 1899, Hilda Gertrude, only d. of
Major-Gen. Henry Pelham Close, B.S.C. ; and has issue —
Hilda Beryl ; and Elinor Daphne. Seat — Whiligh, Sussex.
C/«^j^— Carlton, St. Stephen's, National, Constitutional,
John Edward Courthope, Gentleman, b. 1882.
Robert Courthope, Gentleman, b. 1891.
Son of George Campion Courthope of Whiligh, Esq.,
J. P. and D.L. co. Sussex (High Sheriff 1850), J. P.
Kent, (^. 1811 ; d. 1895; m. 1841, Anna, eldest d. of
John Deacon of Mabledon, Tonbridge, Kent : —
Alexander Courthope, Gentleman, b. 1852.

Sons of William John Courthope, Esq., C.B. , M.A.
Oxon., Hon. LL.D. (Edin. ), Hon. D. Lit. Durham,
b. 17 July 1842 ; d. 19 17 ; m. 2 Nov. 1870, Mary
((/. 1917), d. of John Scott, Esq., H.M. Inspector-
General of Hospitals, Bombay :—
John Courthope, Gentleman, b. 15 March, 1876. Res.
— Shovers Green, Wadhurst, Sussex.

Edward Arthur Courthope, Gentleman, b. 28 Nov. 1879.
Rev. Richard Alan Courthope, b. 8 Oct. 1882.
Son of Frederic George Courthope, Esq., J. P., b. 26
Nov. 1845; d. 1917 ; m. 14 Sept. 1869, Lucy, youngest
d. of William Smith Uppleby of Bonby, co.
Lincoln :• —
Wilfred Herbert Frederic Courthope, Gentleman, b. 28
Oct. 1883. Res. — Southover, Lewes, co. Sussex. Club —

COURTHOPE-MUNROE of Kelsale, Suffolk (H. Coll.

9 June 1921). Azure, a chevron erminois, betvpeen
two spurriers' hammers in saltire between two garbs




in chief, and in base a pair of scales, all within abordure
engrailed or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-Pegasus or, charged on the
wing with a crescent ermine. Motto — " Justitias pro-
positique tenax."

Son of Maj. L. H. Isaacs, M.P., b. 1830 ; d. 1908 ;

m. 1858, Eliza, d. of John Ratley, of Henfield,

Sussex : —
Sir Harry Courthopc-Munroe, Knt. (1919), K.C., M.A.

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