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the colours, a ram passant argent, armed and unguled or,
collared and belled sable (for Button). Supporters —
On the dexter, a Persian tribesman, holding in his
exterior hand a rifle proper ; on the sinister, an Arab
Bedouin, carrying a saker falcon upon the fist of his
exterior hand also proper. Motto—" Vigilant."

Son of Arthur Zachariah Cox, Esq., J. P., D.L., of

Harewood Hall, Essex (who assumed the name of

Cox in lieu of Button in 1858, under the will of his

cousin, Capt. P. Z. Cox, 23rd Light Dragoons),

b. 1814; d. 1870; m. 1852, Julienne Emily, d. of

Richard Saunders, of Largay, co. Cavan, and

Hawley House, Kent : —

Maj.-Gen. Sir Percy Zachariah Cox, G.C.M.G. (1922),

G.C.I.E. (1917), K.C.S.I. (1915), Hon. D.C.L. (Oxon.).

D.L. CO. Bedford, b. 1864, served with 2nd Batt,

Cameronians 1884-90, Hon. Maj.-Gen. from 19171 Ind"

Army, ret. 1919, Political Dept. India, 1890, Vice-Consul

Zaila and Berbera 1893-5, served throughout Great War,

H.M.'s Minister in Persia 1918-20 ; High Comsr. and

Comdr.-in-Chief Mesopotamia 1920-3 ; m. 1889, Dame

Louisa Belle, D.B.E. (1923) [Arms for Hamilton,

quarterly, i and 4, gules, three cinquefoils pierced ermine
(Hamilton) ; 2 and 3, or, three bendlets azure, a bordure
gules (Newburgh)], yngr. d. of Surg.-Gen. John Butler
Hamilton, R.A.M.C. ; and has had issue — Derek Percy
Cox, 2nd Lieut. R.F.C., b. 1895 (killed in action 1917) ;
[m. 1917, Ethel {d. 1920), d. of William Henry Ellington
of Pembroke Lodge, Orton, Hunts. ; and left issue —
Derek Percy Cox, Gentleman, b. 1918]. Res. — The
Woodlands, Clapham, Beds. Clubs — Athenaeum, United
Service, Marlborough, Ranelagh.

COX (H. Coll.). Ermine, three cocks' legs erased at the
thigh proper in pale, between two roses gules barbed and
seeded, also proper in fesse. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-wolf or, holding
in the dexter paw a cock's leg proper. Motto — " Amor
vincit omnia."

Son of George Trenchard Cox, Gentleman, of Craven
Hill, Paddington, b. ; d, ; m. : —

William Pallet Cox, Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple,
b. . Res.—

COX (H. Coll., 1761). Argent, three cocks gules, crowned
or, on a chief azure, on a pale between two ostrich feathers
of the fir-t, a rose of the second. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cock gules,
ducally crowned or. Motto — " Garde la foy."

Sons of Frederick Cox, Esq., J. P. and D.L. co. Middx. ,
Hon. Col. late Middx. Yeom. Cav. , 6. 1835; d. 1913!
m. 1861, Mabel, d. of Arthur Eden, Assist. Compt. of
Exchequer (nephew of ist Lord Auckland): —
Hubert Arthur Cox, Gentleman, 6. 1871.
Algernon Charles Cox, Gentleman, d. 1876; m. 1901,
Lilian, d. of W. Grazebrook ; and has issue — (i) Frederick
Cox, Gentleman, i. 1902; (2) Richard Beckf'.rd d x,
Gentleman, i. 1914 ; and Isabel Valentine.

COX (H. Coll.). Or, on a pile nebuly gules, between
six ears of wheat slipped three and three, two in saltire
and one in pale in base vert, an eagle displayed of ihc
field, the wings vair6. Mantling gules and or. Crest— Un
a wreath of the colours, an eagle displayed or, the wings

vair, holding in each claw three ears of wheat, as in the
arms. Motto — " Super sidera volum."

Eld. son of Edward and Ann Cox of Middx. : -
Henry Cox, Gentleman, F.R.G.S., Liveryman of the
Worshipful Company of Fanmakers, d. 1851 ; m. 1887,
Martina, d. of William Warren ; and has issue— Helen
Dora. Clui—Roya.\ Societies'.

COXON (U.O.). Argent, on a fesse wavy between three
demi-lions passant azure, as many trefoils slipped or.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a demi-lion rampant azure, collared and chained
to a staff raguly or. Motto—" Je vive en espoir."

Son of John Stuart Coxon, Esq., Capt. Roy. Cumber-
land Mil., i. 1827; </. 1863; m. 1854, Millicent, d. ot
Henry George Gary of Torre Abbey, Devon :—
Lionel Henry St. Croix Gary (formerly Coxon), Esq.,
Capt. R.N. ((^.v.)

Son of George Lionel Stuart Coxon, Gentleman, *.
1856; d. ; m. 1888, Lilian Edith Piercy, d. cl

Benjamin Piercy of Marchwiel Hall, Wrexham,
Denbighshire : —
Raymond Ernest Coxon, Gentleman, t. 1891. Re^.—
Son of Ernest James de Veulle Coxon, Gentleman /.
1857; d. ; m. 1895, Valentine Jeanne Nathalie,

d. of M. Robert Laurans : —




James Stanley George Coxon, b. 1901.

Son of Capt. William Coxon, i8th Hussars, b. 1830 ;
d. 1869 ; m. Lucy, d. of Sidney Cooper, R.A. : —
Sidney William Coxon, Gentleman, b. 1858 ; ?«. 1903,
Muriel, d. of Thomas George Hine. Clubs — Wellington,

Sun of Col. George Stackpole Coxon, b. 1824 ; d. 1907 ;

m. 1855, Esther Jennie Hicks, d. of Maj.-Gen. Hicks,

C.B. : —

Stanley William Coxon, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; m. 1899,

Helen May Bird, d. of Dr Dougan Bird of Victoria,

Australia ; and has issue — Doreen Esther ; and Patricia

Mary. Clubs — Windham, M.C.C. , and Radnor (Folke


COXWELL-ROGERS (R.L., 1854, H. Coll.). Quar-
terly, I and 4, argent, a mullet sable, on a chief or, a fleur-
de-lys gules (Rogers) ; 2 and 3, argent, a bend wavy between
six cocks gules (Coxwell). Mantling sable and or. Crests
I. on a wreath ot the colours, a tieur de lys or (Rogers) ;
2. on a wreath of the colours, a demi-dragon displayed
argent. HottO " Vigila et ora."

Sons of the Rev. William Rogers Coxwell- Rogers (who

assumed the additional surname and arms of Rogers

by Royal Licence 1854). b. 1809; d. 1899; m. 1841,

Charlotte Skinner, d. of Frank Nicholls; —

Rev. Richard Coxwell-Rogers, B.A. (Cambs.), Clerk in

Holy Orders. Post. add. Ravensgate, Charlton Lane,

Leckhampton, Glos.

Rev. Augustus Mead Coxwell-Rogers, M.A. St. John's
Coll., Oxon., Clerk in Holy Orders, late Vicar of Mickleton,
Chipping-Campden, Glos. Res. — Cheltenham.

COZENS-HARDV of Letheringsett (R.L., 1842
Re-exemplified 1914, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4
per chevron argent and or, in chief two grenades fired
proper (Hardy) ; 2 and 3, azure, a lion rampant or,
ducally gorged of the field, and in chief two barrulets of
the second (Cozens). Mantling (dexter), sable and
argent ; (sinister), azure and or. Crests — i. on a wreath
of the colours, a dexter arm embowed, grasping an eagle's
head erased fessewise proper (Hardy) ; 2. on a wreath
of the colours, a lion rampant or, ducally gorged azure,
vulned on the shoulder gules (Cozens). Motto — " Fear

Second son of Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Hardy Cozens-

Hardy, ist Baron Cozens-Hardy of Letheringsett,

Master of the Rolls, M.P. N. Div. of Norfolk, b. 1838 ;

d. 1920; m. 1866, Maria (d. 1886), d. of Thomas

Hepburn, Esq., J. P., Clapham Common : —

Rt. Hon. Edward Herbert Cozens-Hardy, 3rd Baron

Cozens-Hardy of Letheringsett (July 1914). [Supporters

— On the dexter, an eagle argent, wings endorsed gules,

holding in the beak a white rose, leaved and slipped

proper ; sinister, a winged lion queue fourchee argent,

wings endorsed gules. Badge — Upon a field azure,

diaper of mascles and fleur-de-lys or, an estoc (thrusting

sword), the blade enfiled with a baron's coronet proper,

the quillons terminating in fleur-de-lys or, the hilt also

proper, the pommel or, thereon a rose argent], J. P.,

D.L. Lanes., b. 1873 ; s. his brother, 1924 ; m. igo6,

Gladys Lily, d. of the late Arthur Wrigley Cozens-Hardy

of Cley Hall, Norfolk ; and has issue — Hon. Herbert

Arthur Cozens-Hardy, b. 1907 ; Hon. Beryl Gladys ;

and Hon. Helen Rosemary. Seats — Letheringsett Hall,

Holt, Norfolk ; The Hollies, Woolton, Liverpool.

Club — Athenaeum.

Only child of Rt. Hon. William Hepburn Cozens-
Hardy, 2nd Baron Cozens-Hardy, K.C., M.P.,
b. 1868 ; d. 1924 ; m. 1895, Constance Gertrude
Lilian, d. of the late Col. Sir William Everett,
K.C.M.G. :—
Hon. Irma, m. 192 1, Lt.-Col. Frederick Marshman
Bailey, CLE., Ind. Army, Brit. Resident for Bhutan,
Tibet, and Sikkim.

Son of Theobald Cozens-Hardy, Esq., J. P., b. 1842 ;
d. 1910 ; m. i866, Sarah Anna, d. of James Wrigley,
of Field House, Netherton : —
Archibald Cozens-Hardy, Gentleman, b. 1869. Seat
— Sprowston, Norfolk.

Fourth son of William Hardy Cozens-Hardy, Esq.,

J. P., of Letheringsett Hall, b. 1806 ; d. 1895 ; m.

1830, Sarah, d. of Thomas Theobald of Norwich : —

Sydney Cozens-Hardy, Gentleman, b. 1850 ; m. 1882,

Jessie, d. of John Beaumont of Winslow, Cheshire.

Res. — Glavenside, Letheringsett.

CRABBIE (L.O. , 1873). Axure, on a fesse argent,
between two fleurs-de-lys in chief, and a crab in base or, a
hunting-horn sable, garnished and stringed of the field.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, a dexter arm embowed, the hand holding a
crab-stick in bend sinister proper. Motto — " Nunquam
non paratus."

Son of the late John Grabble of 22 Royal Terrace,
Edinburgh, Merchant in Leith : —

George Grabble of Blairhoyle, Port of Monteith, Perth-
shire, Esq., J. P. CO. Perth, b. 1848. Res. — 8 Rothesay
Terrace, Edinburgh.

CRACKANTHORPE (28 July 1888, H. Coll.). Quar-
terly, I and 4, or, a chevron between three mullets azure
(Crackanthorpe) ; 2 and 3, per pale or and gules, two legs
couped at the thigh in armour, between as many tilting-
spears fessewise, one in chief and one in base, all counter-
changed (Cookson). Mantling azure and or. Crests —
I. upon a wreath of the colours, a holly bush vert, fructed
proper (Crackanthorpe) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, a
demi-lion proper, collared vair, holding in the dexter paw
». staff raguly gules, and resting the sinister paw on a mullet
pierced also gules (Cookson). Motto — " Mihi res subjun-
gere conor."

Sons of Montague Hughes Crackanthorpe, Esq.,
D.C.L., K.C., J. P., D.L., Barr.-at-Law (Lincoln's
Inn) and Bencher 1878, Chairman of Westmorland
Quarter Sessions 1893-1908, b. 1832 ; d. 1913 ; m. 1869,
Blanche Alethea Elizabeth, younger d. of the Rev.
Eardley Chauncy Holt, M.A. , Oxon., of The Cottage,
Upper East Sheen, Surrey: —
Dayrell Eardley Montague Crackanthorpe, Esq., C.M.G.,
J. P. Cumberland and Westmorland, late Envoy-Extra-
ordinary and Minister Central American Republics,
b. 1871 ; m. 1898, Ida, d. of Gen. Sickles, formerly Minister
for the U.S.A. at Paris and Madrid; and has issue — (i)
Francis Dayrell Montague Crackanthorpe. Acting Lieut.
(ret.) R.N., b. 1899 ; (2) George Crackanthorpe, Gentleman,
b. 1901 ; and Ida Blanche. Seat — Newbiggin Hall, West-
morland. C/tt^ St, James's.

Oliver Montague Crackanthorpe, Gentleman, b. 1876 ;
m. 1905, Dorothy Maud, younger d. of late Dudley Bankes
de Chair ; and has issue. Res. —

CRACROFT-AMCOTTS (R.L., 24 July 1857, H. Coll.)
Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a tower triple-towered, be-
tween three covered cups azure (Amcotts) ; 2 and 3,
vert, on a bend dancette6 argent three martlets sable
(Cracroft). Mantling azure and argent. Crests — i. upon
a wreath of the colours, a squirrel sejant gules, collared
and cracking a nut or (Amcotts) ; 2. upon a wreath of
the colours, a stork proper, supporting with the dexter
claw a battleaxe, the handle or, the head argent

Elder surv. son of Weston Cracroft-Amcotts, Esq.,

of Kettlethorpe and Hackthorn, J. P. and D.L.,

High Sheriff 1861, M.P. for Mid-Lincoln 1868-74;

b. 1815 ; d. 1883 ; w. ist, Williana Emma, d. and

co-h. of William George Cherry, of Buckland,

CO. Hereford :—

Edward Weston Cracroft, Esq. (who discontinued the

name of Amcotts in 1885, and uses the arms of Cracroft

only), J. P. Parts of Lindsay, High Sheriff 1893, b. 1849 ;

m. 1879, Cecily, d. of Henry Nevile, of Walcot Hall,

Northants. Seat — Hackthorn Hall, Lincoln.

Sons of Major Frederick Augustus Cracroft-Amcotts

of Kettlethorpe Hall, co. Lincoln (younger son of

Weston Cracroft-Amcotts), b. 1853; d. 1897;

m. 1885, Emily Grace, yngst. d. of late Anthony

Willson, of Rauceby : —

Weston Cracroft-Amcotts, Esq., J. P., Major (ret.)

R.E., b. 1888. Seat — Kettlethorpe Hall, Lincoln.

Chib — Army and Navy.

John Cracroft-Amcotts, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N.,
b. 1891.

(ret.) l.Tte Royal Fusiliers, Hon. Col. late Isle of Wight
(Princess Beatrice's) Rifle Volunteers, J. P. co. Hants.,
D.L. Isle of Wight. Born Sept. 18, 1849, being the only
child of the late Edmund James Cradock (assumed by Royal
Licence, 1886, the name of Cradock in lieu of Adderley), of
Knighton Hall, Leicestershirt . and Woodbine, Ryrie, Isle
of Wight (only brother of isi Baron Norton), by his wife
Marian, eldest dau. of Sir Joseph Leeds, 2nd Bart.
Armorial bearings — Per saltire gules and argent, sem6e

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of cross crosslets and three boars' heads couped, all counter-
changed. Married ist, 1878, Emily Margaret {d. 1909),
dau. of Capt. F. Stanfell, R.N. ; and has /w«tf — Hartopp
Francis Charles AdderleyCradock, Esq., late Capt. 2nd Life
Guards, and Hon. Col. Service' Batt. Roy. Fusiliers, ^.1880;
m. 1908, Margaret Dorthia Oldham ; and has issue —

Francis Gerald Cradock-Hartopp, Gentleman, b. iS-;-^ ',
m. 1908, Elizabeth Ada Mary, d. of John Windsor Stuart '<
and has issue — John Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, Gentle-
man, b. 1912; and Gwendoline Mary. Res. — Barbrook,
Chatsworth, Bakewell, Derbyshire.

Ronald Arthur Charles Cradock-Hartopp, Gentleman,
b. 1881 ; m. 1912, Elen Dora, only child of William Cox
of Radipole Manor, Dorset. Res.—C&mA&n Cottage,
Tailing End, Gerrard's Cross.

Louis Montagu Cradock Hartopp, Esq. , Major W.Yorks.
Regt. , b. 1884 ; m. 19 16, Marjorie Somerville, d. of Falshaw
Watson, of Headingley, Leeds, and has issue — Kenneth
Alston Cradock-Hartopp, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; and Virginia
Anne. Res. —

CRAGGS (H. Coll.). Gules, on a rock proper, issuant
from the base a lion rampant, and in chiet two mullets or.
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a mullet gule^ between two ostrich feathers or.
Motto — " Bene merere et si prasmia desint."

Son of Sir John George Craggs, Knt. Bach., M.\'.0.,
Hon. Sec. to King Edward's Hospital Fund 1897-1906,
and Member of Council of Fund, b. 1856; d. 1928;
?n. 1884, Helen Lewins, d. of late Andrew Millar of
Linlithgowshire : —
GeorgeSomerville Craggs, Esq., (5. 1885. Res. — Redland,
Chesham Bois, Bucks.

Margaret Pamela Adderley ; and Ann Elizabeth Adderley] ;
2nd, 1910, Julia Lucy, second dau. of the late Gen. Sir
Samuel BroAue, V.C., G.C.B., K.C.S.L Livery — 'RXnt
and white. 5tf(7/^The Glebe House, Chiddingfold, Surrey.
C/k^j— Army and Navy, Royal Automobile, Hants. County.

CR.\dOCK of Hartforth (R.L., 14 Aug. 1852, H. Coll.).
Argent, on a chevron azure, three garbs or, a bordure wavy
of the second. Mantling azure and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a bear's head couped sable, muzzled
gules, debruised by a bendlet sinister wavy or.

Only surv. son of Christopher Cradock of Hartforth,

Yorks., ^. 1825 ; c/. 1896 ; ?«. 1851, Georgina, d. of the

late Major Gordon Duff: —

Lt. -Col. Montagu Cradock, C.B. (1900), C.M.G. (1915),

served in Afghan War 1879-80, with the Carabiniers

(medal) ; S.African War 1899-1901, in command of N.Z.

contingent (desp. , medals, five clasps) ; Great War 1914-18,

comdg. 2nd Kmg Edward's Horse (despatches, 2 medals

and star); b. 1859. Seat — Hartforth Hall, Richmond,

Yorks. Clubs — Carlton, Boodle's.

CRADOCK-HARTOPP (Act of Parliament, 1777).
Quarterly, i and 4, sable, a chevron between three otters
argent (Hartopp, orig. granted 18 May 1596); 2 and 3,
per saltire gules and argent, sem^e of cross crosslets and
three boars' heads all counterchanged (Cradock). Mantling
sable and argent. Crest — Out of a ducal coronet or, a
pelican argent, vulning herself proper (Hartopp). Motto —
" De tout mon ccEur."

Son of Sir John William Cradock-Hartopp, 4th Bart.,

b. 1829; d. 1888; m. 1855, Charlotte Frances, d. of

Edward Gyles Howard : —
Sir Charles Edward Cradock-Hartopp, sth Bart. (12 May
1796), J. P. CO. Warwick, late Lieut. Scots Guards, served
in Egypt 1882, b. 1858 ; ni. 1895, Hon. Millicent Florence
Eleanor Wilson, d. of ist Baron Nunburnholme (marriage
dis. 1905). Res. — 6 Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W.
Clubs — "Turf, Brooks's, Orleans.

Son of Alick William Cradock-Hartopp, Esq., b. i860;

d. 1912 ; ;/;. 1888, Janet Susan Webbe, d. of John

William Gooch Spicer of Spye Park, Wilts. :
Charles William Everard Cradock-Hartopp, Esq., ist
Sec. Diplomatic Service, b. 1893. Res. — 31 Tedworth
Square, Chelsea, S.W.

Younger sons of Sir John William Cradock-Hartopp,

4th Bart, (see above) : —
Frederick Cradock-Hartopp, Esq., b. 1869. Club —

(ieorge Francis Fleetwood Cradock-Hartopp, Esq. , b.
1870; m. 1909, Ethel Caroline Jane, d. of Lt.-Col. William
Henry Charles Wellesley and widow of Major B. H.
Gunston, 5th Dragoon Guards. Res. — 30 Gloucester Place,
Portman Square, W. Club — White's.

Sons of Col. Edmund Charles Cradock-Hartopp, b.

1846; d. 1904; m. 1870, Frances Emily, d. of

William Charles Alston of Elmdon Hall, Warwick : —


CRAIG of Craigavon (U.O., 27 Nov. igoi). Gules, a
fesse ermine, between three bridges of as many arches
proper. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, a demi-lion rampant per fesse gules and
sable, holding in the dexter paw a mullet or. Motto —
"Charity provokes charity." Livery — Light green, with
dark green facings.

Sons of lames Craig, Esq., J. P., 01 Craigavon and

Tyrella, b. 1828; d. 1900; m. 1858, Eleanor Gilmour,

d. of Robert Brown : —

Capt. Rt. Hon. Charles Curtis Craig, Gentleman, P. C.

Ireland, M.P. S. Antrim Div. co. Antrim, b. 1869; m.

1897, Lillian Bowring, d. of late John Wimble of Ditton

Hill, Surrey, and has issue — Desmond Lisburn Curtis

Craig, Esq., b. 1904; Quentin Curtis Craig, Esq., b. 1907;

and Rona Curtis. Res. — 29 Brompton Square, S;W.3.

Clubs — Carlton, Ulster.

Rt. Hon. Sir James Craig, ist Viscount Craigavon
(Jan. 1927), ist Bart. (5 Feb. 1918), P.C. (Ireland) 1921
and (N. Ireland) 1922, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland
since 1921, Hon. LL.D. Oxford, Hon. Lt.-Col. formerly
Capt. 3rd Batt. Roy. Irish Rifles, served in S. Africa
1900-2 with Imp. Yeo. (two medals, five clasps), J. P. Belfast,
D.L. CO. Down, M.P. E. Div. co. Down [Supporters— On
the dexter a Constable of the Ulster Special Constabulary,
his hand resting on a rifle ; sinister, a Private of the Royal
Ulster Rifles, armed and accoutred, both proper], b. 1871 ;
m. 1905, Cecil Mary Nowell Dering, d. of Sir Daniel Alfred
Anley Tupper, M.V.O., formerly of Lord Chamberlain's
Dept. ; and has issue — (i) Hon. James Craig, b. (twin)
1906; (2) Hon. Patrick William Dennis Craig, b. (twin)
1906; and Hon. Ellinor Aileen Cecil. Seat — Cleeve Court,
Streatley-on-Thames, Berks. Officialres. — Prime Minister's
Residence, Belfast. Clubs — Carlton, Constitutional, Ulster

R. HUNTER CRAIG, Esq., J. P. for cos. of Ayr and
Lanark, and M.P. for Govan Division of Lanarkshire
1900-6. Bor7i April 28, 1839, being the son of James Craig,
of Gowan Bank, Partick, co. Lanark. Armorial bearings
— Azure, a sword proper, hilted and pommelled or, enfiled
near the point with a celestial crown, also proper, over all on
a fesse ermine an escutcheon of the second charged with a
cross gules. Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet be-
fitting his degree, with a Mantling azure doubled argent ;
and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a chevalier
armed cap-a-pie or, on a horse in full career sable harnessed
proper, grasping a broken lance in bend also proper ; and
on an escroll over the same this Motto, "J'ai bonne
esp^rance." Estate — West Dunmore, co. Stirling. Clubs —
Reform, New, Liberal (Glasgow).

CRAIG (L.O., 1874). Argent, on a fesse between
three annulets azure, as many crescents of the field.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of




his liveries, a beaver sejant proper, and on an escroll
above, the Motto — " Arte utile facio." Livery — Dark
blue and silver.

Eld. surv. son of the late William Young Craig, Esq.,

of Milton House, Alsager, Cheshire, J. P., b. 1827;

d. 1924; tn. 1857, Harriette Milton, d. of Capt.

Richard Stanney, of the Isle of Wight : —
Sir Ernest Craig, ist Bart. (1927), J. P. co. Chester,
M.P. Crewe 1912-18, and from 1924, during Great War
took charge of Labour questions in Steel and Iron
Production Dept., Min. of Munitions, and was sent by
Ministry on mission to U.S.A., Pres. Crewe Conservative
and Unionist Assoc. 1918-24, b. 1859 ; m. 1887, Anne
Eliza Watson, d. of the late James McKay, Gentleman
of Pittsburg, U.S.A. ; and has issue — .\nna Ernestine
[m. 1912, Franklyn Wheaton-Smi)th ; and has issue].
Seat — Milton House, Alsager, Cheshire. Clubs — Carlton,

CRAIGAVON, Viscount, see CRAIG.

CRAIGIE-HALKETT (L.O.). Quarterly, i and 4,
sable, three piles argent, on a chief of the last a lion
passant guardant gules (for Halkett) ; 2. parted per pale
azure and sable, a chevron engrailed between three
crescents or (for Craigie, of Dunbarnie) ; 3. azure, a lion
salient argent, on a chief or, three mullets of the field
(for Ingles, of Cramond). Mantling sable, doubled
argent. Crest — -On a wreath of his liveries, a falcon's
head erased proper. Motto — " Fides sufficit."

Son of Col. Charles Harland Craigie-Halkett, R.E.,
b. ; d. ; m. , :—

Hugh Marjoribanks Craigie-Halkett, Esq., C.M.G.,
D.S.O., Lt. -Colonel comdg. 1st Batt. Highland L.I.,
served S. Africa, 1900-02 (Queen's medal, three clasps,
King's medal with two clasps), SomaUland, 1904 (medal
and clasp), Sudan, 1912 (medal and clasp). Great War,
1914-18 (despatches, D.S.O., and two bars, C.M.G.),
b. 1880 ; m. 1922, Violet Mary, d. of the late Robert
Stuart Dalzell, of Glenae, Dumfries ; and has issue —
2 daus. Postal address— H.h.l. Depot, Maryhill,

the late Maurice Carmichael Craigie of Dumbarnie, by
his wife Helen, dau. of the late Hugh Tennant, Esq., J. P.,
of Well Park, co. Lanark. Armorial bearings, on a
lozenge, are Parted per pale sable and azure, on a chevron
ermine between three crescents or, a cross moline of the
first, within a bordure or. Seat -

CRAIGIE (L.O.). Per pale gules and azure, on a
chevron ermine, a boar's head erased between two crescents
or, all within a bordure of the last. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a
knight in full armour argent, mounted on a horse sable,

CRAIK (L.O., 1926). Argent, in a sea undy in base
azure and of the first, a three-masted ship under full
sail proper flagged gules, on a chief indented of the
last a book expanded of the first, leaved or, between
two antique lamps of the last. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, an anchor
proper. Motto — " Tendimus."

Eldest son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Craik, Bt.,

P.C, K.C.B., M.P., of Kennoway, co. Fife, b. 1846 ;

d. 1927 ; m. 1873, Fanny Esther, d. of Charles

Duffield, Esq., J. P., of Manchester : —

Sir George Lillie Craik, 2nd Bart. (27 Jan. 1926),

M.C. (1918), of Kennoway, co. Fife, M.A. (Oxon.),

Captain (ret.) Lovat Scouts Yeo., b. 1874. Res. — 5a

Dean's Yard, Westminster, S.W. Club — Athena;um.

his dexter hand grasping a broken lance proper. Motto —

" Vive Deo ut vivas."

Son of John Craigie of Knoll House, nr. Honiton, co.
Devon, and of Fair View Tower, Pietermaritzburg,
Natal, M.D. Aberdeen (son of Capt. David Craigie of
Forfar, R.N., C.B.), m. 1865, Frances Mary. d. of
John Andrew Feild of Milford Haven, M.R.C.S. ,
David Charles Craigie, Gentleman, Solicitor (Eng.), and

Solicitor and .Advocate of Supreme Court of Natal, d.

1867. Cluds — Imperial Colonial, Hobby.

CRAILSHEIM of Warfield Priory (H. Coll.). Sable, a
fesse between in chief two boars' heads couped, and in
base a cushion, all or. Mantling sable and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm in armour, the
hand grasping a dagger in bend sinister, aU proper,
between two buffalos' horns sable, each charged with
a fesse gold.

Son of Anself Crailsheim, Gentleman, of Glasgow,
b. ; d, ; m. :—

Henry David Crailsheim, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Hollycroft, Cookham Dene, Bourne End.

JOHN THOMAS CRAMER, Esquire, Capt. 5th Batt.
Roy. Irish Div. Royal Artillery. Born Dec. i, 1858,
being the only son of the late John Thomas Cramer, Esq.,
of Ballindinisk House, co. Cork, J. P., B.A. , Barrister-at-
Law, formerly Lieut. 7th Dragoon Guards, by his wife Mary

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