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House, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, and of Montreuil,
Grenada, West Indies, Col. Militia Forces in said
Island, b. \ d. \ m. , Margaret Drys-

dale —
Thomas Alexander, Gentleman, Inspector of Constabu-
lary, Jamaica. Res. — Jamaica.

^ Adm. Sir EDWYN SINCLAIR ALEXANDER-
^ SINCLAIR, K.C.B., M.V.O., R.N., of Fres-
wick, Caithness-shire, and of South Barr, Renfrewshire, J. P.
and D. L. co. Caithness. Commander Legion of Honour,
D.S.M. (America), Croix de Guerre, Order of St. Vladimir
( Russia). Succeeded his relative William Sinclair Thomson-
Sinclair, and assumed the surname of Sinclair in 1 894. Born
1865, being the second but only surviving son of Capt. John
Hobhouse Inglis Alexander, R.N., C.B., of South Barr,
A.D.C. to Her Majesty (who d. 1875), by Isabella Barbara
(who d. 1884), only dau. of the late T. C. Hume. Armorial
bearings^Quarterly , i and 4, quarterly, i. , azure, a ship at
anchor, her oars in saltire, within a double tressure counter-
flowered or ; ii. and iii. , or, a lion rampant gules ; iv. , azure,
a ship under sail ; over all, dividing the coats, a cross en-
grailed sable, and all within a bordure chequy or and gules
(for Sinclair of Freswick) ; 2 and 3, parted per pale argent
and sable, a chevron, in base a crescent, and in chief a fleur-
de-lys, all counterchanged, and within a bordure engrailed
and parted per pale gules and or (for Alexander). Above
the escutcheon on the dexter side is placed a helmet befitting
his degree, with a Mantling azure and or ; and upon a
wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, a cross pat6e within a
circle of stars argent, and in an escroU above, this Motto,
" Via crucis via lucis ; " and on the sinister side is placed a
like helmet, with a Mantling sable, doubled argent ; and
upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest, an elephant
passant proper, and in an escroll above, this Motto, " Per-
severantia vincit." Livery — Blue, with buff facings and
gilt buttons. Married, 1892, Julia Margaret, third
dau. of the late Col. Charles Vereker Hamilton-Campbell
of Netherplace, Ayrshire ; and has Issue — (1) Mervyn Boyd
Alexander-Sinclair, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N., h. 1894 \m.
1921 , Averil N era , d. of George James Furgusson- Buchanan
of Auchentorlie] ; (2) Roderick Ian Alexander-Sinclair,
Gentleman, b. 1911 ; and Stroma Grisell Campbell, M.B.E.
Seats — Dunbeath Castle and Froswick, Caithness. Res. —
Dunbeath Castle, Caithness. Clubs — Naval and Military ;
New (Edinburgh).

ALFORD (H. Coll.). Or, on a chevron indented azure,

between three roses gules, barbed and seeded proper, four

crosses pat6e, and three fleurs-de-lys alternately, argent.

Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the

colours, an escallop inverted argent, surmounting a crosier

in bend sinister or. Motto — "Vive ut vivas." [Ped.

H. Coll.]

Sons of the Rt. Rev. Charles Richard Alfoid, D.D.,
sometime Bishop of Victoria, by his first wife Sarah
Jacosha, d. of John Fleet of London : —
Charles John Alford, Gentleman, F. R.G.S. , b. 1843;

m. 1871, Mary Helena, d. of Rev. William Macdermott.

/?<rf.— Egypt.

Robert Gervase Alford, Gentleman, M.Inst.C.E.,

F. R.S. E., Asst. Surveyor of Prisons (ret.), b. 1848; m.

Marion, eldest d. of lames Ashburner of Oxton, Cheshire.

Res.—'zx Cheyne Walk, S,W.3. C/k/'— National.

Son of The Rev. Josiah George .Alford, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. (Camb.), V.D., Canon of Bristol and
Chaplain to the Bishop, b. 1847; d. ; m. 1871,

Catherine Mary, d. of Col. John Thomas Leslie, C.B.: —
Rev. Charles Symes Leslie .Alford, Clerk in Holy Orders,

M.A. (Camb.), Chaplain to the Forces, b. 1885. Address—

c/o War Office.



Son of Sir Edward Fleet .Alford, Kt., F. R.G.S.
F.Z.S., b. 1850; d. 1905; 7ti. 1886, Jane Eliza Helen




Nathalie, eldest d. of Col. John Shand, Madras Staff
Corps: —
Edward John Gregory Alford, Esq., b. 1890. Res. —

ALFORD of Manor House, Devonport (H. Coll.). Or,
on a chevron azure, between in chief two roses gules and in
base a boar's head couped sable, three fleurs-de-lys argent.





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Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours,
an escallop gules, charged with a fleur-de-lys or. Motto—



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"Vive ut vivas." Livery— 'Dz.r^i drab, blue facings, gilt
buttons.

Eld. son of Lewis Alford,;^. 1830; d. igoo; m. 131,1867,
Fanny, d. of Richard Boorn of Emsworth, Hants. : —
Capt. Frederick Lewis Alford, R.A. (ret.), late Lt.-Col.
comdg. Glamorgan R.G.A. Mil. [on an escutcheon of
pretence per fesse gules and or, in chief three mullets of the
second and in base a lymphad with sails furled and cars of
the first, over all a fesse per pale azure and argent, in dexter
a lion rampant of the last, in sinister a dexter hand fessewise,
and in base a salmon naiant in the sea proper (McNeale)],
b. 1868; m. 1893, Emmeline Evans, d. and coheiress of
John Donald McNeale of Faughart, co. Louth ; and has
issue — Lewis Henry McNeill Alford, Gentleman, b. 1898;
and Margaret Evans. Res.—xo Penlee Gardens, Devonport,
Devonshire. C/tt*.f— Junior United Service, Royal Western
Yacht (Plymouth).

ALFORD (L.O.). Gules, a chevron between two garbs
or in chief, and in base in bend sinister a flag azure,
fimbriated of the second, charged with a saltire argent,




being the banner of Scotland. Mantling gules, doubled
or. Crest — A garb or, issuing out of a mural crown
proper. Badge— A sprig of sallow proper. Motto —
" Caraid san aire." Livery — Claret, striped claret and
yellow waistcoat.

Son of Lewis Alford, b. 1830; d. 1900; m. 2nd, 1873,

Florence, d. of Colonel Henry Stamford, Bombay

Horse Artillery : —

Lt.-Col. Henry Alford, Member of the King's Bodyguard

for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers), F.G.S. ,

F.R.G.S.. F.Z.S. , b. 1874, served under Lord Kitchener in

Nile Expedition, 1896 ; and in Royal Scots Fusiliers in

S. African War, 1900-01 ; raised and comd. nth Batt.

Gordon Highlanders, European War. 1914-17. Clubs —

Travellers', Naval and Military.

ALGAR (H. Coll.). Sable, on a pile or, between four
bezants in base, two and two, palewise, an eagle displayed
of the field. Mantling sable and or. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a greyhound's head couped sable, sem6e of
bezants, between two wings also sable, each charged
with as many bezants palewise. Motto — " Honore et
am ore."

Son of : —

Claudius George Algar, Esq., Deputy Commr. Lieuten-
ancy City of London, Solicitor, b. . Res. — Yatten-
don Lodge, Horley, Surrey. Post. add. — 22 Martin Lane,
Cannon Street, London, E.C.



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LEWIS ALGEO, Gentleman. Armorial bearings-
Argent, in chief three hearts in triangle gules, and in base
a martlet sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest —
Upon a wreath of the colours, the stump of a tree proper.
Motto— " Non deficit alter." Res.— G\&nhoz Manor,
Hamilton, co. Leitrim.

ALGIE (L.O., 22 Oct. 1924). Argent, two pallets
gules, on a chief of the last, two mullets of the first.
Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath
of his liveries, a bear sejant proper, muzzled gules,




supporting with its fore-paws a club sable. Motto —
" Gang warily."

Eldest surv. son of John Algie, Gentleman, of
Balclutha, b. 1824 ; d. 1888 ; m. 1854, Margaret,
d. of James Stewart, of Paisley : —
John Alexander Algie, Esq., Capt. (ret.) N.Z. Military
Forces, and late Capt. 6th Hauraki Regt. (V.D.), served
South African War 1901-2, Great War, 1914-16, is 13th in
direct descent from Giacomo Algeo, notary public, who
came from Rome in the year 1453 in the train of Thomas
de Tervas, Abbot of the Monastery of Paisley, b. 1857 ;
m. ist, 1886, Agnes {d. 1899), d. of the late John
Macnullan, of Balclutha ; 2nd, 1924, Penelope Anderson,
d. of late George Anderson Monro, Gentleman, of
Brownsville, Blairgowrie, Scotland ; and has had issue,
by ist marriage — (i) Colvin Stewart Algie, Esq., Captain
6th Hauraki Regt., b. 1887 [m. 19 14, Alice Victoria, d. of
Benjamin Corlett, of Rotorua, kUled in action 1916, leav-
ing issue— Donald Colvin Algie, Gentleman, b. 1915 ] ;
(2) Ronald MacmHlan Algie, Gentleman, LL.M., Barrister
and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand,
b. 1888 [m. 1917, Helen Adair, d. of the late Alexander
Anthony McMaster, of Tokarahi, North Otago] ; (3)
Doric Laird Algie, Gentleman, M.A., F.R.E.S. (London),
b. 1892 [m. 1924, Edith Muriel, d. of Harry Eldred
Vincent, of Ashburton]. Seat — Merksworth, Takapuna,
Auckland, New Zealand. Club — The Officers' (Auckland) .

ALINGTON, see STURT.

ALINGTON of Swinhope (Vns. Cambs. 1619, Rutland
1618, and Leicester 1681 ; H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. sable,
a bend engrailed between six billets argent (Alington) ;
2. gules, three covered cups argent (Argentine) ; 3. azure,
six martlets, three, two, and one, a canton ermine (Fitz
Thomas) ; 4. per fesse argent and sable, a pale counter-
changed, and three griffins' heads erased of the second
(Gardiner) ; 5. argent, a chevron between three quatrefoils
pierced sable (Winford, Vn. Worcs. 1634 and 1682) ; 6.
or, two chevronels gules between six martlets sable (Cooke).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — A talbot passant
ermine. MottO — "Non pour haine." Live>y — Black and
yellow.



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Sens of Admiral Arthur tHildebrand Alington,
Swinhope {q.v.).



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Sons of Rev. Alan Marniadiike Alinjjlon, eld. s. of
Rev. John Alington (see below), Rector of Benniworth,
d. 1836 ; </. 1888 ; m. 1866, Kathenne Paulina (t/.
1912), d. of Rev. F. T. Atwood : —
Alan John Alington, Gentleman, i^. 1874. A"^.?. — Wood-
ford, Essex.

Rev. Charles Winforti Alington, d. 1876; t/i. 1913, Kath-
leen, d. of A. H. Kersy, and has issue — i son; and 2
daus. /fes. — Baldock \'icarage, Herts.

Yr. sons of Rev. John Alington, Rector of Candlesby,
CO. Lincoln, d. 1801; d. 1883; w. 1835, Charlotte
Sophia, d. of Sir Alan Bellinghani, 2nd Bart. : —
Rev. Henry Giles Alington, Rector of Candlesby, late H.M.
Inspector of Schools, fi. 1837; m. ist, 1865, Jane Margaret,
((/. 1910), d. of late Rev. Thomas Booth of Lincoln ; 2nd,
1918, Agneta Clara, d. of the late Vice-Adin. Morier : and
has issue (by ist wife) — (i) Rev. Hildebrand Thomas Giles
Alington, NLA., Rector of Nuneham Ci.uriney, Oxford, i>.
1866 \m. 1897, Margaret, d. of late Wm. Sianley of Ponson-
by Hall ; and has issue — Noel Stanley Alington, Gentle-
man, d. 1899; and Ursula Margaret]; (2) Rev. Cyril
Argentine Alington, Fellow of All Souls', Oxford, Head
Master of Eton, 6. 1872 [?fi. 1904, Hon. Hester Margaret
Lyttelton, d. of 4th Baron Lyttelton ; and has issue —
Giles Alington, Gentleman, i. 1914 ; Patrick Cyril W'ayn-
flete Alingt< n, Gentleman, fi. 1920; Kathleen Lucy;
Elizabeth Hester; Lavinia Sybil and Joan]. /^es. — The
Rectorv, Candlesby, Lines.

William Herbert Alington, Gentleman, ^. 1842; m. 1893,




Sophie Balfourine (Madie), d. of John Hardy, Gentleman,
Runholder, of Helensbrook, Otago. /^es. — 9 Knights-
bridge, Hyde Park Corner, S. W. i.

Charles Sydney Alington, Gentleman, fi. 1846; m. 1875,
Gertrude E. , d. of F. H. Tipping; and has issue (1)
Sydney John Alington, Gentleman ; (i) Leopold Wynford
Alington, Gentleman; (3) Richard Geoffrey Alington,
Gentleman, and Charlotte Mabel. A'es. — New Zealand.
Son of George Hildebrand Alington, d. igo8 ; m.
1893, Winifred B. Dumergue : —

Edward Hugh Alington, Gentleman, d. 1897.
Yr. sons of Rev. John Alington (see above): —

Gervase O Bryen Alington, Gentleman, 6. 1851 ; tn.
1887, Mary Chtte. Susan, d. of Rev. T. H. Lister
J^es. — ^Cheltenham.

Rev. Edward Hugh Alington, Gentleman, l>. 1857; m.
1885, Margaret, d. of Archibald Maclaren ; and has had
issue — (i) Geoffrey Hugh Alington, Gentleman, fi. 1888;
killed in action 1918 ; (2) John Marmaduke Alington,
Gentleman ; (3) Adrian Richard Alington, Gentleman ;
(4) Argentine Alington, Gentleman. J^es. — Summer Fields,
nr. Oxiord.



Sons of the late Julius Alington, Esq., of Little Bar-
ford, J. P. for Bedford and Hertford, High Sheriff
for Bedford 1883, 6. 1836 ; d. 1905 ; m. 1871, Catherine
Mary, d. of Edmund Wright of Halston Hall, co.
Salop : —
Charles Edmund .Argentine Alington, Esq., J. P. Hunts.
Lord of the Manors of Little Barford and Stotfold, i.
1872. Seai—L'nt\e Barford, St. Neots, Hunts,

Walter Hildebrand Alington, Gentleman, d. 1874; '«■
1910, Ina Virginia, d. of Adamson Parker; and has issi:e
—Edmund Hugh Hildebrand Alington, Gentleman, fi.
igii. AV.f. — Duncans, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Julius Hugh Alington, Gentleman, d. 1875.
George Henry Alington, Gentleman, 3. 1887.

ALINGTON of Swinhope. Sable, a bend engrailed
between six billets argent, with various quarterings (see




previous entry). Mantling sable and argent. Crest—
0.1 a wreath of the colours, a talbot passant ermine.
Motto — " Non pour haine."

Sons of Arthur Hildebrand Alington, Esq., Admiral,
J. P., 6. 1839; d. 1926; m. 1870, Charlotte Mary {d.
1913), d. of Rev. Charles Moore of Garlenick, Corn-
wall: —
Arthur Cyril Marmaduke Alington, Esq., Lt.-Col. late
East Lancashire Regt. (ret.), d. June 15, 1872; m. 1903,
Gladys Evelyn, d. of Major Bramston Hamilton, R.A.,
of Bitterne Grove, Hants.; and has issue -(i) WiUiain
James Marmaduke .Alington, Gentleman, d. 1906 ; (2)
Rupert Hildebrand Alington, Gentleman, fi. 1911 ; (3)
Patrick Hamilton Alington, Gentleman, d. 1912 ; (4)
George d' Argentina Alington, Gentleman, d. 1919 ;
(5) Anthony Hugh .Alington, Gentleman, i. 1921. Seats —
Swinhope House, nr. North Thoresby, Lines. ; The Limes,
Hampton, Middlesex.

Argentine Hugh Alington, Comm. R.N. d. 1876; m.
1904, Janet .\Iarchant, d. of Howard Tooth, Esq., M.C.G. ,
M.D. ; and has issue — Nancy. Hes. —

ALISON (L.O., 1852). Azure, a bear's head couped
argent, muzzled gules, between two fleurs-de-lys in chief and
a fir-tree eradicated in base or. Mantling gules, doubled
argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a hawk's head
erased proper. Motto—" V'incit Veritas. "

Son of Sir .Archibald Alison, 3rd Bart., l>. 1862;



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(/. 1921; m. 1888, Georgina Sarah Ann, d. of J.
Bond Cabbell of Cromer Hall, Norfolk:—
Sir Archibald Alison, 4th Bart. (25 June 1852), Lieut. -
Conidr. R.N. ,^. 1888; ni. 1919, Isa Margery, d. of Sir
Charles Tyrrell Giles, K.C., D.L,, of Copse Hill House,
Wimbledon. Res. — Fossil House, Budleigh Salterton,
Devon. Club — United Service.

ALKIN of BonehiU (H. Coll., 29 July 1914). Per
fesse azure and gules, in chief two garbs, and in base a
bull statant or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-bull rampant gules, armed
or, and supporting with the forelegs a garb gold.
Motto — " Cole Deum time milium."

Son of John Alkin, Gentleman, h. 1839 ; d. 1922 ;
m. 1899, Edith, d. of R. G. Williams, Q.C. :—

Thomas Louis Alkin, Lieut., R. N., 6. 1900. Seat —
Bonehill, Tamworth, Staffs.

ALLAN, see HAVELOCK-ALLAN.

ALEXANDER ALLAN, Esq.. J. P., D.L.. and Hon.
Sheriff of Argyllshire. Born Nov. 4, 1844, being the
only son of the late Bryce Allan of Aros, Argyll, and
Liverpool, b. 1814, d. 1874; m. 1843, Janet, d. of George



R. S. ALLAN, Esquire, J. P. co. of City of Glasgow,
eldest son of the late Ale.xander Allan of Glasgow. Armo-
rial bearings (L.O., 1870) — Parted per bend indented
ermine and gules, in the sinister chief a stag's head erased
of the second, attired or, and in de.xter base a crescent




Blair of Greenock. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1870)— Per
bend indented ermine and gules, in chief a stag's head
erased of the second, attired or, and in base a crescent
argent, all within a bordure sable. Mantling gules,
doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the liveries, a
talbot's head sable. Motto — "Spero." Married, Sept.
18, 1866, Julia Elizabeth, dau. of Alexander M'Ewan of
Sunderland, Islay ; and has Issue — Lt.-Col. Bryce Allan,
born 1874 ; and Sheila Elizabeth. Seat — Aros House, near
Tobermory, Isle of Mull, N.B. Club — New (Edinburgh).

ALLAN (H. Coll.). Per bend embattled gules and or,
two stags' heads erased counterchanged, on a chief of the
second three crescents sable. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a talbot's
head erased sable, a millrind fessewise gold.

Son of Sir Hugh Allan (founder of Montreal Ocean
Steamship Co.), of Ravenscrag, Montreal, Canada,
b. ; d. ; m. , Matilda Caroline, d. of the

late John Smith of Montreal: —
Sir Hugh Montagu Allan, Knt. Bach. (1904), C.V.O.
(1907), formerly Pres. of Merchants' Bank of Canada, Hon.
Lt.-Col. 5th Royal Highlanders of Canada, received the
Order of the Rising Sun of Japan (3rd Class) 1907, b. i860 ;
m. 1893, Marguerite Ethel, d. of the late Hector Mac-
kenzie of Montreal : and has surv. issue — Marguerite
Martha. Res. — Ravenscrag, Montreal, Canada ; Montrose,
Cacouna, Prov. of Quebec. Club^ — Junior Carlton. Bath,
St. James's, Mount Royal (Montreal), Knickerbocker
(New York).

ALLAN (L.O.). Parted per bend indented ermine
and gules, in sinister chief a stag's head erased of the
second, attired or, and in dexter base a crescent argent,
a bordure embattled of the third for difference. Mant-
ling gules, doubled argent. Crest — A talbot's head
erased sable. Motto — " Spero."

Son of Allan, Gentleman, b. ; d.

m. , , d. of : — ■

Captain Claude Andrew Allan, b. ; Res. —




argent, within a bordure or. Upon the escutcheon is placed
a helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling gules, doubled
argent ; and upon a wreath of his liveries is set for Crest
a talbot's head erased sable; with the Motto, "Spero."
Postal address — Hafton, Hunter's Quay, Argyllshire.

Major HENRY CHARLES HYNMAN ALLANBY,
of Balblair, co. Nairn, M.A. (Oxon.) 1878, J. P. Lin-




colnshire, late Maj. 3rd Batt. Seaforth Highlanders ; has
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being the eldest son of Henry liynman Alhinby, Esq.,
J. P., of Kenwick Hall, who d. 1869, by Eliza, dau. of
Titus Bourne of Alford, co. Lincoln. Armorial beaxings —
Argent, on a chevron engrailed azure, between four horses'
heads erased, tliree in chief and one in base, gules, three
crescents of the first, a bordure of the second, impaling the
arms of Garfit, namely sable, a bend nebuly argent, gutt^e-
de-poix, between four goats, two and two, salient, and
bendwise of the second, armed or. Mantling azure and
argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a crescent gules,
issuant therefrom a demi-lion proper, holding between the
paws a horse-shce also gules. Motto — " Fide et labore."
Marned, 1879, Mary Florence, d. of Thomas Garfit, Esq.,
sometime M.P. for Boston; and has issue — (i) Allan
Charles Hynman AUanby, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; (2) Major
Ronald Hynman Allanby, b. 1887; and Florence Muiiel.
Res. — Balblair, co. Nairn. Clubs — Boodle's, Royal High-
land Yacht (Oban).

ALLANSON of Pietermaritzburg (H. Coll.). Argent,
two bars wavy azure, on a chief gules, a lion passant
guardant of the field between two fountains. Mantling
azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
demi-lion guardant azure, winged argent, holding in the
paws a rose-branch proper, flowered also argent.

Son of Francis Booth AUanson, of Pietermaritzbiu^g,

b. 1838 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1862, Ellen, d. of John

Hauxby, of Thrimby, Yorks. : —

Herbert Evelyn Allanson, Gentleman, M.D. (Man.) ;

F.R.C.S. (Edin.), b. 1882; m. 1912, Ethel Nora, d. of

.\rthur Robinson, of Heaton Moor, Manchester, and has

issue — Michael Allanson, Gentleman, b. 1918 ; Ian

Evelyn Allanson, Gentleman, b. 1921; and Evelyn.

Res. — Bellewan, Town Hill, Pietermaritzburg. Club —

Victoria (Pietermaritzburg).

ALLANSON-WINN (R.L., 20 Jan. 1777, H. Coll.)
Quarterly, i and 4, ermine, on a fesse vert, three eaglets
displayed or (for Winn) ; 2 and 3, paly wavy of six or
and azure, on a chief gules, a lion passant guardant or
(for Allanson). MantUng vert and argent. Crests —
1. on a wreath of the coloiurs, a demi-eagle displayed or,
ducally gorged ermine (for Winn) ; 2. on a wreath of
the colours, issuant from a mount vert, a demi-lion ram-
pant guardant or, holding a cross gules (for Allanson).
Motto — " Virtute et labore." Livery — Green and gold.
Sapporters (of Barony of Headley) — On the dexter an
eagle, wings inverted or, ducally gorged ermine ; on
the sinister, a lion guardant or, holding in the dexter
paw a cross gules.

Only son of Hon. Rowland Allanson- Winn, b. 1816 ;

d. 1888 ; m. 1854, Margaretta, d. of George Walker,

of Overhall, Essex : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Rowland George Allanson Allanson-
Winn, 5th Baron Headley, Baron Allanson and Winn, of
.Aghadoe, CO. Kerry (27N0V. i797), nth Bart.,of Nostell,
England (1660), and 5th Bart, of Little Warley, G.B.
(1776), B.A. (Camb.), M.LC.E.L, Pres. British Muslim
Soc, made pilgrimage to Mecca 1923, entitled to prefix
" Al Haj," b. 1855 ; s. his cousin 1913 ; m. ist, 1899,
Teresa {d. 1919), d. of the late W. H. Johnson, formerly
Governor of Leh and Jummu ; 2nd, 1921, Barbara
Janet, d. of Robert Kilpatrick, of Kerry ; and has surv.
issue (by ist marriage) — (i) Hon. Rowland Patrick John
George Allanson- Winn, b. 1901 ; (2) Hon. Charles
Rowland Allanson- Winn, b. 1902 ; (3) Hon. John Valen-
tine Allanson- Winn, b. 1904 ; (4) Hon. Owain Gwynedd
Allanson- Winn, b. 1906. Seat — Aghadoe House, Kil-
larney. Res. — 5 Kensington Hall Gardens, W.14.
C/«6— Eccentric.

ALLARDYCE of Culquoich, co. Aberdeen (L.O.).
Argent, on a fesse wavy gules, between three boars'
heads erased sable, a cross crosslet between two fusils
of the field. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest —
On a WTeath of his liveries, a naked man from the
middle, holding in his dexter hand a scimitar all proper.
Motto — " In defence."

Sons of Col. James Allardyce, Madras Staff Corps,
b. 1829 ; d. 1910 ; m. : —

Sir WiUlam Lamond Allardyce, K.C.M.G., Governor
and Com. -in-Chief of Newfoundland since 1922, Knight
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in Eng-
land, b. 1861 ; tn. ist, 1895, Constance Angel, O.B.E.
(1919), d. of Molesworth R. Greene, of Greystone, Rows-
ley, Victoria ; 2nd, 1920, Elsie Elizabeth, Lady of



Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England,
d. of James Farquharson Stewart, and widow of Adam
Goodfellow, of Edinburgh ; and has surv. issue (by ist
marriage) — Constance Viti Molesworth ; Katherine Angel
Keva [w. 1923, Charles T. Butler, of Hobart, Tasmania,
and has issue]. Res. — Government House, St. John's,
Newfoundland. Club — St. James's.

Col. John Grahame Buchanan Allardyce, C.M.G.
(1919), D.S.O. (1917), R.A., b. 1878 [Matric. L.O.
Arms and Crest as above, a bordiure aziure] ; m. 1923
Flora McNeill, d. of A. P. Cameron, of Ardsheal, co.
Argyll. Res. — Crochmore, Irongray, Dumfries. Club —
Army and Navy.

ALLCROFT of Stokesay Castle (H. Coll., 1870).
Argent, across engrailed, in the first and fourth quarters a
fret between four fleurs-de-lys, and in the second and third
three pears, all sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest
— On a wreath of the colours, the battlements of a tower
and issuant therefrom a demi-lion rampant proper, holding




in! the dexter paw a fiagstaft, therefrom flowing to the
sinister a banner sable, charged with a tower argent, and
resting the sinister paw upon an escutcheon of the last,
charged with a fleur-de-lys, as in the arms. Motto — " Dat
Deus incrementum."

Son of Herbert John Allcroft, Esq., J. P. co. Salop,
appointed High Sheriff on the death of his father,
1893, Barrister-at-Law, b. 1865; d. 1911 ; m. 1900,
Margaret Jane, only d. of the late Gen. Sir W. Russell,
Bart., G.B. :—
John Russell Allcroft, Gentleman, b. 1905. Seal —
Stokesay Court, Onibury, co. Salop.

Y. unger sons of John Derby Allcroft of Stokesay
Castle, CO. Salop, and Harlington, co. Middlesex,
M.P. for Worcester, J. P. for Salop (High Sheriff 1893),
Lord of the Manors of Stokesay and Onibury, Gov.
and Treas. of Christ's Hosp. , b. 1822; d. 1893; m.
2nd, 1864, Mary Ann Jewell, d. of John Blundell of
Timsbury Manor: —
Walter Lacy Allcroft, Gentleman, b. 1870; tn. 1911,
Ethel, d. of H. W. Henniker Ranee, LL.D., of 10 Castle-
town Road, Kensington. /?es. —

Arthur Raleigh Allcroft, Gentleman, b. 1872. Res. —
John Derby Allcroft, Gentleman, b. 1873 ; m. and has
issue — A dau. Res. —



ALLDER of Croydon (H. Coll.). Gules, a demi-vole
between four frets couped or. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a griffin's head erased
gules, holding in the beak an alder-leaf proper and charged