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CULLEN (1622, confmd. U.O., 1922). Gules, on a
chevron between three dexter hands couped argent, a
garb of the first between two trefoils slipped vert. Mant-


ling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a mermaid with mirror and comb all proper.
Motto—" Petit undas."

Son of Joaquin Maria CuUen, Gentleman, Doctor in

Law of Santa Fe, Argentine, b. 1852 ; d. 1920 ;

m. 1877, Orosia, d. of Torbie do Ayerza, Surgeon,

of Astiazu, Spain : —
Jose Maria Cullen, Gentleman, b. 1878 ; m. 1906,
Maria Angelica, d. of Martin Miguens ; and has issue —
Joaquin Maria Cullen, Gentleman, b. 1909 ; Jose Maria
Cullen, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Patricio Maria Cullen,
Gentleman, b. 1920 ; Hugo Maria Cullen, Gentleman,
b. 1920 (twin) ; Enique Maria Cullen, Gentleman,
b. 1926 ; Maria Angelica ; Maria Mercedes ; Maria
Teresa ; Maria Luisa ; Maria Silvina ; Maria Ines ;
Maria Rosa ; Maria Alicia. Res. — Victoria 764, Buenos
Aires. Clubs — Jockey Club (Buenos Aires), Gun Club
(Buenos Aires).

CULLEY of Coupland Castle. Per pale indented
azure and sable, on a chevron engrailed ermine, between
three talbots' heads erased or, as many roses gules,
barbed and seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, in front of an
oak-tree proper, a talbot statant per pale azure and or,
gorged with a collar gemelle argent, and holding in the
mouth a lily slipped proper. Motto — " Amicos semper

Third son of Matthew Tewart CuUey, Esq., J. P., of
Coupland Castle, and Akeld, Northumberland, />. 1832 ;
d. 1889; m. ist, 18159, Harriette Mary {d. 1872), d. of
Rev. Thomas Knight, 'Rector of Ford ; 2nd, 1882,

John Henry Culley, Gentleman, 1^. 1864 ; w. 1892, Mary
Constance, d. of the late John MacKellar, of Sweet Waters,
Mexico, and has issue — Matthew John Culley, Gentleman,
d. 1893; and 2 daus. Seat — Coupland Castle, Kirknewton,

CULME-SEYMOUR (R.L., name 6 May 1842— Arms
granted 1809). Azure, a pair of wings conjoined in leure
and pale ways, surmounted by a naval crown or, on a canton
argent, an anchor sable. Mantling azure and or. Great —
On a naval crown or, two brands in saltire inflamed at the
ends proper, thereon an eagle rising, also proper, looking
at a sun gold. Motto — " Foy pour devoir."

Only son of Vice-Adm. Sir Michael Culme-Seymour,

4th Bart., K.C.B., M.V.O., i. 1867 ; d. 1925; m. 1896,

Florence Agnes Louisa, d. of the late Albert Llewellyn,

3rd Baron Nugent, of Beacon Lodge, Christchurch : —

SirMichael Culme-Seymour, 5th Bart. (31 May, 1809)

[Supporters (Granted by letters patent 13 May 1913)— On

the dexter side a sailor in the Royal Navy, and on the

sinister side a soldier in the Royal Marines holding in his

exterior hand a rifle, the butt resting upon the ground, all

proper], Cadet R.N.,^. 1909. ^fa^— Rockingham Castle,


Yngr. son of Sir Michael Culme-Seymour, G.C. B. ,

G.C.V.O., 3rd Bart., Adm. R.N., d. 1836; d. 1920; m.

1866, Mary Georgiana, d. of the late Hon. Richard

Watson of Rockingham Castle: —

John Wentworth Culme-Seymour, Esq., late Lieut.

R.N.V.R., and Capt. R.A.F., *. 1876; m. 1918, Evelyn

Mary, d. of the late Charles Alston Smith-Ryland, of

Barford Hill, nr. Warwick, and has issue— John Dennis

Culme-Seymour, Gentleman, i. 1923; Mary Primrose ; and

Jane. Res. — Well Place, Ipsden, Oxon.

Only son of George Culme-Seymour, Esq. , Capt. King's
Royal Rifles Corps, />. 1878; killed in action 1915 ;
m. 1909, Janet Beatrix, elder d. of late Charles L.
Orr-Ewing: —
Mark Charles Culme-Seymour, Gentleman, fi. 19 10.
Sons of Henry Hobart Culme-Seymour, Esq., M.A.
Oxford, J. P. Hants., Hon. Maj. 4th Batt. Bedford-
shire Regt., i. 1847; '^- 1920; m. 1878, Kate, d. of
William Charles Lucy, Esq., J. P. :—




Evelyn Culme-Seymour, Esq., Lieut. Comdr. R.N. (ret.),
b. 1881 ; in. 1908, Laura Maud Amy, d. of the late Sir
Steuart Macnaghten of Bitterne Manor, Hants., and has
issue — Gerald Henry Hobart Culnie-Sevmour, (.ientleman,
b. 1914 ; Katherine Rosemary Lettice ; Patience Ann; and
Marjorie Rachel Maud. Res. —

Arthur Granville Culme-Seyniour, Esq., late Maj.
Norfolk Regt., att. Machine Gun Corps, b. 1884. Nes.—
Clogbreen, co. Tipperary.

Ernest Victor Cuime-Sevmour, Gentleman, M.A. O.xon.,
b. 1887.

Born March 1866. being the son of Rev. Charles Cumber-
lege-Ware, M.A. Trm. Coll., Cambridge, Vicar of Astwood,
Bucks., by his wife Elizabeth Anne, dau. and heiress of
Mrs. Montgomery Williams of Crawley Grange, Bucks.
Armorial bearings — Per pale argent and gules, two lions
passant, witliin an orle of roses and escallops, all counter-
changed. Mantling gules and argent ; and for his Crest,
upon a wreath of the colours, in front of two spears in
saltire proper, a dragon's head gules, gorged with a collar

gcmel argent. Motto — "Deo tavente." Married, 1889,
Beatrice, dau. of John Bell of Lancaster Gate ; and has
Issue — Violet Bervl. Seat —



(1901), M.D., Major R.A.M.C. (ret.), Ireland, Fellow
Linnean Soc. of London, served with Sikkim Exped. 1888
(medal and clasp), Ashanti Exped. 1895-96 (star), and in S.
African Camp. 1899-1901 (Queen's Medal, clasps for Paarde-
berg, Johannesburg; served Great War (despatches). Born
March 8, 1864, being the second son of the late William
Jackson Cummins, M.D. (Edin. Univ.), by his wife Elizabeth
Henrietta, dau. of Thomas Poole of Mayfield, Bandon, co.
Cork. Armorial bearings — Azure, a chevron ermine,
cottised argent, between three garbs or, banded gules, on a

canton of the third, a ship in full sail proper. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, two arms
embowed, vambraced, the hands proper, holding a garb, as
in the arms. Motto— " Hinc garbae nostras." Married,
June 14, 1894, Ethel Percy, dau. of the late Robert Con-
stable Hall, Esq., J. P. for co. Cork; and has Issue —
Henry Alfred Poole Cummins, Gentleman, b. 1908


Kathleen Percy \_m. Frederick Harrison Hall, LL.B., of
Sarsfield's Court, co. Cork (q.v.)^; Joan Poole [wz. Capt.
F. H. Salusbury (?.^'.)]; Geraldine Ethel Aylmer Poole
\m. Rolf Gilbert Booth, son of Gilbert Booth, F.S.I., of
Lower Holywych, Cowdcn, Kent]; and Elizabeth Patricia
Poole. Post. add. — University College, Cork. Res. —
Glenchree, Glanmire, co. Cork.

CUMMINS (U.O.) Azure, a chevron ermine, cottised
argent, between three garbs or ; on a canton of the third, a
ship in full sail proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest-
On a wreath of the colours, two arms embowed vambraced,
the hands proper, holding a garb as in the arms. MottO —
" Hinc garbas nostrae. "

Sons of Brig.-Gen. James Turner Cummins, C.B.
(1900), D.S.O. , Indian Army, b. 1843 ; d. ; m. 1869,

Louie, d. of the late T. Dunman, Commander of Police,
Straits Settlements : —
Major-Gen. Harry Ashley Vane Cummins, C.B. , C.M.G.,
Indian Army (ret.), b. 1870; m. 1899, Mabel Kennard, d.
of the late W. B. Greenfield. C///3— United Service.
Horace Cecil Cummins, Gentleman, b. 1871.
Ernest Norman Daunt Travers Cummins, Gentleman, b.

CUMMINS. Azure, a chevron ermine, cottised argent,
between three garbs or, on a canton of the third, a ship in
full sail proper. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, two arms embowed, vambraced, the
hands proper, holding a garb as in the arms. MottO — " Hinc
garbse nostrae." Livery — Blue.

Sons of William Edward Ashley Cummins, Esquire,
M.D.,M.Ch. Royal University of Ireland, Professor
Practice of Medicine, Queen's College, Cork, &c. ; b.
Feb. 4, 1858 ; d. 1923 ; m. July 9, 1 884, Jane Constable,




2nd dau. of the late Robert Constable Hall, Esq.,
J. P., of Rockcliffe, Blackrock, co. Cork: —
Arthur Aylmer Cummins, Esq. , Maj. R.A., served Great





War 1914-18 (despatches), b. 1885 ; m. 1917, Dorothea
Gertrude, eld. d. of the late Thomas Herbert Morse, Esq.,
F. R.C.S. , of All Saints' Green, Norwich, and has issue —
Christopher Fenton Aylmer Cummins, Gentleman, b. 1918 ;
James Ashley Aylmer Cummins, Gentleman, b. 1923 ; and
Deirdre Dorothea. Address — c/o Lloyds Bank, Ltd., Cox's
and King's Branch, 6 Pall Mall, S. W.

William Ashley Cummins, Solicitor, B.A. , LL.B. , b.
1886. j¥<j.— Pipers, The Lee, Bucks.

Robert Constable Cummins, Gentleman, M.D., b. 1887.
Res. — 17 St. Patrick's Place, Cork.

Nicholas Marshall Cummins, Gentleman, M.D. , M.C. ,
b. 1892. Res. — 19 St. Patrick's Place, Cork.

CUNINGHAME of Corsehill (L.O., c. 1672-7).
Argent, a shakefork sable, a crescent azure for difference.
Mantling' gules, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
his liveries, an unicorn's head erased proper. Motto —
" Over fork over." Supporters — Two conies proper.

Eld. son of Sir Wiiiiam James Montgomery Cuning-

hame, 9th Bart., V.C., Lt.-Col. 3rd Batt. Royal Scots

Fus. , M.P. for Ayr Burghs 1874-80, D.L. , b. 1834;

d. 1897 ; m. i86g, Elizabeth, d. of Edward Bouchier

Hartopp of Dalby Hall, co. Leicester : —

Sir Thomas Andrew Alexander Montgomery Cuning-

hame, loth Bart. (26 Feb. 1672), D.S.O., Col. late Rifle

Brigade, served in South Africa 1899-1901, and Great War

19 14-18 (despatches), D.S.M. (America), Legion of Honour,

Croix de Guerre, Mil. Attach^ at Vienna 1918-23, b. 1877 ;

m. ist, 1904, Alice Frances Denison (who obtained a divorce

1925), d. of Sir G. William Des Voeux, G.C.M.G. ;

and, 1925, Nancy, d. of the late Stewart Foggo, of

Aberdeen, and has issue — Alexander William Henry

James Cuninghame, Esq. ,<?. 1905; and Pamela Richenda

Cubitt ; tn. 2nd, 1925, Nancy Macaulay, d. of the late

W. Stewart Foggo. cf Aberdeen. Seat — Kirktonholm,


CUNINGHAME (L.O., 1674). Quarterly, i and 4,
argent, a shakefork sable ; 2 and 3, or, a fesse chequy azure
and argent. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On
a wreath of his liveries, a unicorn's head couped argent,
gorged with a collar chequy azure and or. Motto — "So
fork forward."

Son of Col. William Cuninghame of Belmont, b.

1834 ; (/. 1904 ; m. 1875, Mary Georgiana, d. of George

Oswald of Auchincruive : —
William John Cuninghame, Gentleman, Lieut. Argyll
and Sutherland Highlanders, 1^. 1879.

J. P. for CO. Fife. Born Nov. 10, 1869, being the only son
of the late John Cuninghame, Esq., J. P., formerly Captain
i2th Lancers, by his wife Helen Rebecca, dau. of .^neas
Ranaldson Macdonell of Glengarry. Armorial bear-
ings (L.O., 1771) — Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a
shakefork sable, and in chief a mullet gules, within
a bordure engrailed of the last ; 2 and 3, grand quarters,
i. and iiii., azure, a bend between two cross crosslets
fitch^e or ; ii. and iii. , argent, a pale sable, the second
and third grand quarters within a bordure sable. Mant-
ling gales, doubled argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the liveriei, an oak-tree proper. MottO — "Tandem."
Married, June igoi, Margaret Jean, youngest dau. of
William Carstares Dunlop of Gairbraid ; and has Issue —
Margaret Helen Erskine ; and Josephine Marsaili Erskine.
Seat — Balgownie House, Culross, via Dunfermline, co.

CUNARD (H. Coll., 1859). Azure, on a fesse wavy
argent, between two barrulets wavy or, three anchors sable.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, on a rock proper, a falcon wings expanded argent,
the dexter claw resting on a cinquefoil azure. Motto — " By

Only surv. son of Sir Edward Cunard, 2nd Bart., b.

1816; (/. 1869; VI. 1849, Mary, d. of Bache McEvers

of New York : —
Sir Gordon Cunard, 4th Bart. (9 March 1859), b. 1857;
s. his brother 1925 ; m. 1889, Edith Mary [d. 1927), d. of Col.
John Stanley Howard of Ballina Park, co. Wicklow ; and has
issue — (i) Edward Cunard, Esq., late Diplomatic Service,
b. 1890; (2) Anthony Gordon Cunard, Esq., Lieut. Comd.
(ret.) R.N., b. 1893; (3) Victor Cunard, Esq., b. 1898.
5(;(2/— Shantock Hill, Bovingdon, Boxmoor, Herts. Club
— Arthur's.

Sonsof Alick May Cunard, Esq., Capt. 5th Lancers,

b. 1882 ; d. 1926 ;' m. 1908, Cecil Muriel, d. of Guy St.

Maur Palmes : —
Harry Palmes Cunard, Gentleman, b. 1909. Res. — 33
Chartfield Avenue, Putney, S.W.

Guy Alick Cunard, Gentleman, b. igii.


CUNLIFFE (H. Coll. ). Per chevron or and sable, three

conies courant counterchanged. Mantling sable and or.

Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, upon a rock proper,

a greyhound sejant sable, collared or. Motto — " Fideliter."

Sons of Rt. Hon. Sir Walter Cunliffe, G.B.E., Baron

Cunliffe of Headley, Governor of the Bank of England,

b. 1855; d. 1920; in. 1st, 1890, Mary Agnes [d.s.p.

1893), yst- <J- of Robert Henderson of Randall's

Park, Leatherhead ; 2nd, 1896, Edith Cunningham,

d. of Col. Robert T. Boothby of St. Andrew's,

Fife: —

Rt. Hon. Rolf Cunliffe, 2nd Baron Cunliffe (14 Dec.

1914) [Supporters— On either side a figure habited as a

gate porter of the Bank of England supporting in his

exterior hand his staff of office], b. 1899; m. 1925, Joan

Catherine, d. of Cecil Lubbeck, of 17 Cranley Gardens,

S.W., and has issue — Hon. Shirley Cynthia. Seat — Headley

Court, Epsom, Surrey. Clubs — Bachelors', Oxford and


Geoffrey Cunliffe, Esq., b. 1903; »i. 1922, Patrick
Sydney; only d. of the late Robert Frend, of Ardsallagh, co.




Tipperary, and has issue— Robert George Cunliffe, Esq.,
l>. 1923 ; Peter Cunlitfe, Gentleman, d. 1925. /^es. —
VlUans Wyk, Headley, Epsom.

CUNLIFP'E (II. Coll.). Sable, three conies coumnt
argent. Mantling- sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, a greyhound sejant argent, collared sable.
Motto— ■' Fiiieliter."

Only surv. son of Sir RolK>rt .Alfred Cunlifft, 5th Bart.,

J. P.', C.C., and D.L. co. Denbigh (High Sheriff 1868),

M.P. for Flint 1872-4. and for Denbigh Boroughs

1880-5, formerly Capt. Scots Gds. , d. 1839; li. 1905;

m. 1st, 1869, Eleanor Sophia Egerton, d. of Col.

Egerton Leigh, M.P., of West Hall, High Leigh,

Cheshire : —

Sir Robert Nevill Henry Cunlifife, 7th Bart. (26Maich

1759). ^- 1884. J?es. — 25 St. James Court, Buckingham

Gate. S.W.I.

Son of Robert Ellis Cunlifife, East Indian Ser., d.

1808 ; d. 185s ; m. 1837, Charlotte, eldest d. of Ilted

Howel : —

Walter Howell Cunliffe, Esq. Lt.-Col. late O.xfordshire

L.I.,J.P. Berks., fi. 1850; vt. ist, 1875, Gertrude (rf. 1908),

d. of W. F. Foster ; 2nd, 1914, Annie Catherine (</. 1923),

d. of the late Gecge Meakin, of Burton-on-'I'rent, and has

issue — Gwynedd Sybilla [w. 1902, Waller Fitz Gerald, of

Adraville, Winnipeg, Canada; and has issue]. Res. —

Greystones, St. Leonards-on-Sea. C7u6 — Naval and


Son of Alfred Edward Cunliffe, Gentleman, fi. 1853;
d, 1920; m. 1886, Agnes, d. of Dr. J. M. Comley of
Calcutta : —
Cyril Henley Cunliffe, Gentleman, d. 1901. Res. —
Corylus, Radlett, Herts.

Sons of Ernest William Cunliffe, Esq., Lt.-Col. and
Brev.-Col. Indian Army, t. 1857; d. 1912; m. ist,
1885, Mary Adeline (d. 1899), d. of Major-Gen. David
Limond, C.B. ; 2nd, 1900, Isabella Ferguson, d. of
John Bradford : —
Robert David Cunliffe, Gentleman, i. 1887.
William Lockhart Cunlifife, Gentleman, fi. 1902.
Colin Ferguson Cunlifife, Gentleman, d. 1909. Address —
8 Cavendish Road, Southsea.

Son of Ellis Brooke Cunliffe, Esq., Capt. 6th Dragoons,
/>. 1832 ; d. 1915 ; m. 1867, Emma Florence (</. 1925),
d. and heiress of Rev. John Sparling : —
William Noel Cunliffe, Esq., Capt. late 3rd Batt. Shrop-
shire L. I., d. 1877 ; »i. 1910, Nellie Phyllis, elder d. of Sir
lohn Aird, 2nd Bart., and has surv. issue — Gundred.
>?«y.— Woodlands, Mildenhall, Suffolk.

Son of Brooke Cunliffe, i>. 1815 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1847,
Diana Wentworth, d. of S. H. Stewart of Physgill :—
Brooke Stewart Cunliffe, Gentleman, formerly Chief
Constable of Wigtownshire, late Lieut. 93rd Highlanders,
d. 1848 ; m. 1883, Grace .Amey (rf. 1914), d. of Thos. Gordon ;
and has issue — Brooke Foster Gordon Cunliffe, Esq., Capt.
Scot ish Horse Yeo. and R.A.F., served Great War, d. 1889
[»!. 1921, Catherine Hay, d. of Col. H. Peake, and has issue
— Diana Hay] ; Mary Grace Hamilton ; and Gladys Egerton.
/fes. — The Brown House, Epsom, Surrey.

Son of George Gordon Cunliffe, Major-Gen. in the

Army, 6. 1829 ; d. 1900 ; fn. 1858, Pauline, d. of Capt.

J. Lumsdaine : —

Frederick Hugh Gordon Cunliffe, Esq., C.B., C.M.G.,

Lieut. -Col. and Hon. Brig.-Gen. late Seaforth Highlanders,

fi. 1861 ; m. 1895, Ella Sophie, d. of David Gaussen,

of Marton Hall, Salop; and has issue — Cecile Gertrude.

J?es. — 19 Marloes Road, W. 8. Clud - Army and Navy.

Son of Foster Lionel Cunliffe, Esq., Brev.-Col. late

R.H.A., i. 1854; d. 1927; m. ist, 1894, Alice Mary

{d. 1007), f'. of Edward Lyon of Windlesham Hall,

Bagshot ; 2nd, 1912, Rose Nannette, d. of J. G.

Fenwick : —

Robert Lionel Brooke Cunliffe, late Comdr. R.N.. t.

1805 ; m. 1926, Barbara Eleanor, d. of Col. Harry Cooper,

of Pakenham Lod^e. J?es. — Old Hall, Staplefield, Sussex.

Second son of Thomas Cunliffe, Esq., J. P., of Bolton,

Lanes., b. 1837 ; d. 1891 : —
Sir (Joseph) Herbert Cunliffe, Knight Bachelor (1925),
K.C.,Barrister-at-Lavv and Bencher, Lincoln's Inn, MP.
Bolton since 1923, Attorney-General, Duchy of Lancaster,
6.1867 ; m. 1894, Mary, d. of Edward Balshaw, of Bolton,
Lanes., and has issue — Thomas Cunliffe, Esq., Barrister-
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, b. 1895 [m. 1924, Laura Margaret,
d. of William Sellers, M.D.,of Manchester (Res. — Shenley
Cottage, Mill Hill, N.W.7 ; 15 Old Square, Lincoln's Iim,
W.C.)] ; and Dorothy [m. 1924, Eric Campbell Pugh].
Res.— Fir Island, Mill Hill, N.W.7; i5 Old Square,
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 2.

CUNLIFFE-LISTER (R.L., 27 Nov., 1924 ; H. CoU.).
Quarterly, i and 4, ermine, on a fesse sable three mullets
or and (for distinction) a cross crosslet of the second
(for Lister) ; 2, sable, three conies courant argent, and
(for distinction) a cross crosslet of the last (for Cunliffe) ;
3, Graeme; impaling quarterly i and 4, the same arms
of Lister without mark of distinction ; 2, the same arms
of Cunliffe without mark of distinction ; 3, or, a fesse
between three crescents gules (for Boynton). Mantling
sable and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath of the colours,
a stag's head erased or, attired sable, charged on the neck
(for distinction) with a cross crosslet sable (for Lister) ;
2. on a wrreath of the colours, a greyhound sejant ardent,
collared with a ring attached sable, charged on the
shoulder (for distinction) with a cross crosslet sable
(for Cunliffe) ; 3. Graeme. Motto — " Retinens vestigia

Son of Lieut.-Col. Yarburgh Lloyd-Graeme, of

Sewerby House, Bridlington, b. 1840 ; m. 1867,

Dora, d. of the late Rt. Rev. James Thomas O'Brien,

Bishop of Ossory : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, P.C, K.B.E.,

M.C., M.P. Hendon since 1918, Maj. (ret.), Barrister-at-

Law, Inner Temple, President of Board of Trade, b.

1884 ; m. 1912, Mary Constance, only surv. d. of Rev.

Charles Ingram William Boynton, Rector of Barmston,

Yorks., and grand-d. of Rt. Hon. Samuel Cunliffe Lister,

1st Baron Masham ; and has issue — John Yarburgh

Cunliffe-Lister, Esq., b. 1913 ; Philip Ingram Cunliffe.

Lister, Esq., b. 1918. By Royal Licence dated 27 Nov-

1924, he and his wife were authorised to take the surname

of Cunliffe-Lister in lieu of that of Lloyd-Graeme, and

to bear the arms of Cunliffe-Lister quarterly with their

own family arms. Res. — Swinton, Masham, Yorks. ;

7 Lygon Place, S.W.i. Clubs — Carlton, Oxford and


CUNLIFFE-OWEN of Bray (H. Coll.). Quarterly,
I and 4, sable, a lion rampant between three crosses
couped, a bordure all or (for Owen) ; 2 and 3, sable, three
conies courant in pale, between two flaunches argent
(for Cunliffe). Mantling sable and or. Crests- — 1. on a
wreath of the colours, a lion rampant sable, charged with
three crosses couped in pale or (for Owen) ; 2 . on a wreath
of the colours, a greyhound sejant argent, collared sable,
in front of a flagstaff proper, flowing therefrom a banner
also argent, charged with a cross gules (for Cunliffe).
Badge — A lion rampant sable enfiled with a circlet or.
Motto — " Honestas optima politia."

Fourth son of Sir Francis Philip Cunliffe-Owen,

K.C.B., K.C.M.G., b. 1828; d. 1896; tn. 1854,

Jennv (d. 1894), d. of Baron of Reityenstein :—

Sir Hugo Cunliffe-Owen, 1st Bart. (1920), of Weir

Bank, Bray, Berks., Chairman of the British Tobacco

Co., b. 1870 ; m. 1918, Helen, d. of James Oliver, of

New York ; and has issue — Hugo Leslie Cunliffe-Owen,

Esq., b. 1921 ; Dudley Herbert Cunliffe-Owen, Esq.,

b. 1923 ; and 2 daus. Seat — Weir Bank, Bray, Berks.

Clubs — Orleans, St. James's, Metropolitan (New York).


CUNLIFFE (H. Coll. 15 Oct. 1923). Azure, on a fesse
between three conies courant argent, a torteau charged
with two conjoined links of a Lancastrian collar of SS
of the second, between two roses gules, barbed and
seeded proper. Mantling azure and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a greyhound sejant sable, gorged
with a ducal coronet or, pendent therefrom two conjoined
links as in the arms Motto — "Fideliter et celeriter."

CUNNINGHAM (U.O.). Azure, a shakefork between
three mullets or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head couped or.
Motto — " Over fork over."

Son of Surgeon-Gen. John Phillips Cunningham : —

Herbert Hugh Blair Cunningham, Esq., M.D., Fellow
of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Captain
R.A.M.C, b. . Res.—




HAM, Esquire, J. P. and D. L. for co. Dumbarton,
J. P. for COS. Perth and Stirling, elected M. P. for N.W.
Lanarkshire 1886. Born 1852, being the son of William
Cunninghame Graham Bontine, Esq., J. P. and Vice-Lieut,
of Dumbarton, and D.L. co. Stirling, an officer in the 2nd
Dragoons, and afterwards Major Renfrewshire Militia, by
his wife Anne Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Admiral the
Hon. Charles Elphinstone Fleeming of Cumberland House,
CO. Dumbarton. Armorial bearings (L.O. , 1673 and 1772)
— Quarterly, i and 4, or, a pale gules, charged with a
crescent argent, on a chief sable, three escallops of the
first ; 2 and 3, or, a fesse chequy azure and argent, in chief
a chevron gules. Mantling gules and argent. Crest-
On a wreath of his liveries, an eagle displayed, in his
dexter talon a sword in pale proper. Motto— "For right
and reason." Supporters — Two lions rampant guardant
proper, armed and langued gules. Alarried, 1873,
Gabriella Maria de Labalmondi^re (d. 1906), d. of Don
Francisco Jose de Labalmondi^re, late of Chili, South
America. Seat — Ardoch, Dumbartonshire. Nes. — Wash-
ington House, Basil Street, S.W.


CUNYNGHAME of Milncraig (L.O.). Argent, a
shakefork sable between three fieurs-de-lys azure, one in
chief and two in flank. Mantling gules, doubled argent
Crest — Upon a wreath of his liveries, a unicorn argent
unguled, maned and armed or, lying on a mount vert
Supporters — Dexter, a knight in armour, holding in his
exterior hand a spear ; sinister, acountrymiin habited azure
in his exterior hand a corn-fork. Motto — "Over fork

Eld. son of Sir Francis George Thurlow (Junynghame,

9th Bart., late Major 3rd Batt. Middlesex Regt. and

5th Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 1835 ; d. 1900 ; m. 1863,

Jessica, d. of the Rev. William Henry Bloxsome : —

Sir Percy Francis Cunynghame, O. B. E. (Military) 1919,

loth Bart., of Milncraig, co. Ayr (3 Feb. 1702), J. P. co.

Gloucester, Lt.-Col. late 5th Batt. Middlesex Regt.,

formerly on Staff of H.H. Sir Charles Brooke, G.C.M.G,,

Rajah of Sarawak, as Resident of ist Division Sarawak

till 1909, when he ret., served in Great War 1914-19,

b. 1867 ; s. his father 1900 ; m. 1903, Maud Albinia Margaret

Selwyn, only child of Major John Hancock Selwyn-Payne,

Esq., J. P., of Badgeworth Court, co. Gloucester; and

has issue — (i) Henry David St. Leger Brooke Selwyn

Cunynghame, Esq., b. 1905; (2) Ian Francis Rowland

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