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Mosley, 6th Bart. {q.v.).

Lady Alexandra Naldera, tn. 1925, Maj. Edward
Dudley Metcalfe, M.V.O., LA.

CURZON (R.L., 3 Sept. 1916 ; H. Coll.). Quarterly,
I and 4 argent, on a bend sable, three popinjays or,
collared, beaked and legged gules (for Curzon) ; 2 and
3, sable, two human shin-bones in saltire argent, the
sinister surmounted of the dexter (for Newton). Mant-
ling sable and argent. Crests — On a wreath of the
colours, a popinjay rising or, collared, beaked and legged
gules (for Curzon) ; and on a wreath of the colours, a
naked man kneeling on his sinister knee, holding a sword
proper, point downwards, hilt and pommel or (for New-
ton). Motto — " Let Curzon holde what Curzon helde."
Son of Francis Curzon Curzon (formerly Newton),
Esq., J. P. of Lockington Hall, who assumed by R.L.,
Sept. 1916, the name of Curzon in lieu of Newton, and



the arms of Curzon, quarterly, with his own family
arms, b. 1861 ; d. 1918 ; by his second wife, tn.
Aime Johanna, d. of Hendrick Elgenes, of Nor-
way : —
John Curzon, Esq., b. 1913. Seats — Lockington Hall,

Derby , Breedoa- on- the- Hill, Ashby-de-la- Zouch

Mickleover Manor, Derby.

CURZON-HERRICK of Beau Manor (R.L., 30 Nov.
1915 ; H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a fesse
vaire or and gules, and (for distinction) a canton of the
last (for Herrick) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a bend sable, three
popinjays or, collared, beaked, and legged gules (for Cur-
zon). Mantling gules and argent. Crests — i. on a wreath
of the colours, a bull's head argent, issuing from a laurel
garland proper, the muzzle, ears and horns tipped sable,
the neck charged (for distinction) with a cross crosslet
gules (for Herrick) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, a
popinjay rising or, collared, beaked, and legged gules
(for Curzon). Mottoes — " Let Curzon hold what Curzon
held " ; " Virtus omnia nobilitat."

Eldest son of Col. the Hon. Montagu Curzon, M.P.
for N. Div. of Leics., of Garatshay, Loughborough,
b. 1846 ; d. 1907 ; m. 1886, Esm<^, d. of Horatio
FitzRov, Esq. of Frogmore Park, Hants. : —
William Montagu Curzon-Herrick, Esq., who assumed
by R.L., 30 Nov. 1915, the additional surname of Herrick,
and the Arms of Herrick, quarterly, with those of
Curzon, b. 1891 ; tti. 1916, Lady Maud Kathleen Cairnes
Plantagenet Hastings, eldest d. of 14th Earl of Hunting-
don. Seat — Beaumanor, Loughborough, co. Leicester.
Clubs — Marlborough ; Bachelors' ; National Sporting.

CURZON-HOWE (R.L., 7 July 1821). Quarterly, i.
quarterly, i. and iiii. , or, a fesse between three wolves' heads
couped sable (Howe, orig. granted 10 Dec. 1625) ; ii. and
iii., argent, on a bend sable, three popinjays or, beaked
and legged gules (Curzon) ; 2. the same arms of Curzon ;
3. quarterly, i. and iiii., argent, a fret sable and a canton
gules (Vernon of Stokesay, Vn. Shropshire, 1623) ; ii.
gules, six annulets, three, two and one or (Vipont); iii.
argent, a fesse compony or and azure, between six
escallops sable; 4. azure, three lions passant in pale argent
(Ludlow, temp. Edward I.); 5. argent, a lion rampant
gules, collared or (Stakepoole, temp. Edward I.); 6. or,
three bars azure (Pembridge) ; 7. azure, two organ-pipes,
chevronwise, between eight cross crosslets or (Pipe) ; 8.
argent, a bend gules ; 9. azure, three piles wavy or ; 10.
azure, three birds with wings expanded argent, each stand-
ing on a staff fessewise raguly vert; 11. argent, three
cocks gules, legged or ; 12. azure, an eagle displayed or
(Philip ap Ivor) ; 13. or, a lion rampant sable (Lodlowe of
Hodnet) ; 14. quarterly, per fesse indented or and azure, a
label of five points gules (Hodnet — the foregoing quarterings
Nos. 3 to 14 being those of Vernon of Stokesay in Vn. Shrop-
shire, 1623) ; 15. argent, on a fesse sable, three plates (Penn
of Penn Manor) ; 16. argent, a mullet sable (Assheton of
Middleton) ; 17. argent, two lions passant guardant in
pale azure, armed and langued gules (Hanmer of Ft-nns, co.
Flint) ; 18. the same arms of Howe. Mantling sable
and or. Crest— Out of a ducal coronet or, a plume of
five ostrich feathers azure (Howe); 2. on a wreath of the
colours, a popinjay rising or, collared gules. MottO — " Let
Curzon holde what Curzon helde." Livery — Brown.

Son of Richard William Penn, 3rd Earl Howe,

G.C.V.O., C.B., Lord- Lieut, and Cust. Rot. co.

Leics., Col. 2nd Life Gds., b. 1822; d. 1900; m. 1858,

Isabella Katherine [d. 1922), d. of Maj. -Gen. Hon.

George Anson : —

Rt. Hon. Sir Richard George Penn Curzon, G.C.V.O.,

4th Earl Howe (15 July 1821), 6th Viscount Curzon (27 Feb.

1802, and Baron Curzon of Penn (13 Aug. 1794), 7lh Baron

Howe (19 Aug. 1788), educ. at Eton and Ch. Ch. , Oxford,

M.P. 1885-1900, J. P. Bucks., Treas. of H.M. Household

1896-IQ00, Lord-in- Waiting to Queen Victoria 1900-1 and

to the King 1901-3, Lord Chamberlain to Queen Alexandra

1903-25, Capt. Leics. I.Y., Lt.-Col. late 2ift Batt. Leics.

Vol. Regt. (T.D,), Royal Victorian Chain, Grand Cross of

the R. Order of Saviour of Greece, Grand Cordon of

Leopold of Belgium, Grand Officer of Legion of Honour,

Grand Cross of Order of Charles III. of Spain, Grand

Cordon of Orders of the White Eagle of Poland, Dannebrog

of Denmark, Red Eagle of Prussia, St. Olaf of Norway,

Polar Star of Sweden. [Supporters— On either side

a Cornish chough proper, round the neck a plain gold

chain], b. 1861 ; m. ist, 1883, Lady Georgiana Elizabeth



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Spencer-Churchill, Lady of Grace of the Ven. Oder
of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (</. 1906),
d. of 7th Duke of Marlborough; and, 1919, Florence (</.
1925), d. of J. H. Davis, of Washington, and widow of
and Marquess of Dufferin and Ava ; 3rd, 1927, Lorna
Katharine, d. of Major Ernest Charles Penn Curzon,
and widow of Capt. Quinton Dick (see below) ; and has
issue — Francis Richard Henry Penn Curzon, Esq., com-
monly called Viscount Curzon, C.B.E. , Capt. Sussex Div.
R.N.'V.R.. R.D., A.D.C., M.P. S. Div. Batiersea since
1918, a Jun. Lord of the Treasury since 1924, b. 1884 [m.
1907, NIary, d. of Col. Hon. Montagu Curzon ; and has
ssue — Hon. Edward Richard Assheton Penn Curzon, b.




1908 ; and Hon. Georgiana Mary (Res. — 35 Curzon Street,
W. i)]. Seats — Penn House, Amersham, Bucks. ; Penn
House Farm, Penn, Bucks. Town res. — Curzon House,
Mayfair; 34 Curzon Street, W. i. Clubs — Carlton,
Travellers', Bachelors', Marlborough, Turf, Cavendish.

Son of Hon. Frederick Graham Curzon, King's

Foreign Service Messenger, Hon. Attach^ 1891-3,

b. 1868; d. 1920; m. 1894 (div. 1903), Minnie Ellis

Gertrude, d. of late Capt. Dodsworth Jeffreys: —

Chambr^ George William Penn Curzon-Howe, Esq.,

Lieut. R.X. (ret.), b. 1898; m. 1927, Louise Merrill, d.

of .\. Jackson Slone of Paris. Res. —

Sons of Col. Hon. Ernest George Curzon (6th son of

ist Earl Howe), b. 1828; d. 1885; m. 1856, Augusta

Latham [d. 1917), d. of Brig. -Gen. Hallifax :—

Major Ernest Charles Penn Curzon, late i8th Hussars,

*. 1856 ; m. 1882, Edith, C.B.E., only d. of Charles Henry

Basset of Pilton House and Watermouth Castle, Devon ;

and has issue — Charles Ernest Basset Lothian Curzon, Esq. ,

Lieut. R.N.R., b. 1885 \m. 1917, Geraldine Fosbury, d.

of Sir James Mills, K'.C.NLG. , and has issue— James

Quentin Curzon, Gentleman, b. 1923; Lorna Geraldine;

and Mary Eleanor Basset] ; and Lorna Catherine [w. ist,

1908, Capt. Quinton Dick, D.L. (d. 1923) ; 2nd^ 1927,

4th Earl Howe]. 5<ra/— Watermouth Castle, Ilfracombe.

Club — Cavalry.

Arthur Wardlaw Curzon, Gentleman, b. 1861 ; w. 1804,
Charlotte Gertrude, d. of Richard Radclifte ; and has issue
— Adelina Brudenell. Res. — Goderich, Ontario, Canada.
Son of Ccl. Hon. Montagu Curzon, late Rifle Brigade,
M.P. N'orth Leicester 1883-5, ^- 1846; d. 1907; m.
i886, Esm^, d. of Francis Horatio Fitz Roy: —
William Montagu Curzon Herrick, Esq. (q.v.).
Sons of Vice-Adm. Hon. Sir Assheton Gore Curzon
Howe, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., C.M.G., late C,-in-C.
Portsmouth, b. 1850; d. 1910; m. 1892, Alice
Anne. d. of Rt. Hon. -Gen. Sir John Cowell, P.C,
K.C.B. :-
Leicester Charles Assheton St. John Curzon-Howe, Esq.,
Lt.-Comdr. R.N., b. 1894; m. 1923, Marguerite Graham,
d. of A. Allan Mackenzie, of Montreal, and has issue —
Anne Rita. Res. — Saulfland, Christchurch, Hants.

Assheton Penn Curzon-Howe, Esq., Lieut. R.A., b. 1898.



CUSACK (U.O. ). Per pale or and azure, a fesse
counterchanged. Mantling azure and or. Crest On a
wreath of the colours, a mermaid sable, holding in the dexter
hand a sword, sinister a sceptre. Mottoes " Ave Maria,
plena gratia ! " and " En Dieu mon espoir."

Son of Henry Thomas Cusack of Abbeville House,

Barrister-at-Law, Lieut. Roy. North Devon Mounted

Rifles, by his wife Sophia Anne, d. of William Tanner

of Blacklands House, Wilts. : —
James William Henry Claud Cusack, Esq., J. P., Major
(ret.) 1st Batt. Royal Irish Fusiliers, b. 1856; m. 1887, his
cousin Mary, d. of Sir Ralph Smith Cusack, D.L., of Furry
Park, CO. Dublin. 5<fa/— Abbeville House, Malahide, co.
Dublin.

Son of James William Cusack, Esq., b. 1851 ; d. 1886 ;

m. 1874, Elizabeth, d. of R. Monsson : —
Ralph Cusack, Esq., b. 1876; vt. 1905, Mabel, eldest d.
of John Arthur Cooper Ormsby. Estates — Furry Park, co.
Dublin ; Cussington, co. Meath. Post. add. — Furry Park,
Raheny, Dublin.

Sons of Sir Ralph Smith Cusack, Knt. , M.A., t. 1821 ;

d. 1910; in, 1850, Elizabeth [d. 1902), d. of Richard

Barker of Sterling, co. Dublin : —
Ralph Smith Cusack, Gentleman, b. 1856.
Henry Edward Cusack, Gentleman, b. 1865; m. 1892,
Louisa Constance, d. of Edward Venables Vernon cf
Clontarf Castle. Res.^

CUSACK-SMITH (R.L., 12 March 1800). Quarterly,

1 and 4, argent, on a bend between two unicorns' heads
erased azure, armed or, three lozenges of the last (Smith) ;

2 and 3, per pale or and azure, a fesse counterchanged
(Cusack). Mantling azure and argent. Crests — i. out of
a ducal coronet or, a unicorn's head azure (Smith) ; 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a mermaid crined or, in the dexter
hand a mirror proper, garnished of the second, in the
sinister hand a comb also of the second (Cusack). Motto
— " En Dieu est mon espoir." Supporters (granted 1799,
U.O., to descend with Baronetcy) — Dexter, a merman
sable, crined and garnished or, bearing in his exterior hand
a trident of the second; sinister, a mermaid sable, crined
and garnished or, and bearing in her exterior hand a
mirror proper, framed and handled of the second.

Son of William Robert Lucas Cusack-Smith, Barrister-
at-Law, late Lieut. 5th Batt. R. Dublin Fus. , b. 1832;
d. 1887; m. 1856, Mary Blanche, d. of John Chisenhale
Chisenhale of Arley Hall, Lanes.: —
Sir Thomas Berry Cusack-Smith, 5th Bart (28 Aug.,
1799), K.C.M.G. (1898), J. P. Brighton, D.L. Sussex,
Hon. Col. R.F.A. (T.A.), H.M.'s Consul and Deputy-
Commissioner for W. Pacific at Samoa 1890 ; also Dep.-
Commr. for the Union Group 1892 ; Special Judicial
Commissioner 1893, and H.M.'s Consul-General for Chile
1897-1905 ; 7n. ist, 1886, Winifred {d. 1894), d. of Rev.
John Whitaker Maitland of Loughton Hall, Essex ; and
has issue — Maia Williamina [m. 1910, William Benjamin
Riesle, Barrister-at-Law, of Krugersdorp, S. Africa]; 2nd,
1905, Jennie, only d. of Joshua M. Jones of Holland Park,
W. ; and has further issue — William Robert Dermot Joshua
Cusack-Smith, Esq., b. 1907; and Sarita Catharine
Williamina j?«j.— Aylesbury, Furze Hill, Brighten. Club
— Oriental.

CUSSANS (H. Coll., 1767). Or, an eagle displayed
gules, in chief two barrulets azure. Mantling gules and
or. Crest — An eagle as in the arms, charged on the
breast with a bend argent, thereon three fieur-de-lys
sable. Motto — " Dum spiro spero."

2nd son of John Edwin Cussans, Gentleman, of

London, b. 1837 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1863, Emma Prior,

d. of John Prior Ward, Gentleman, of Barnet : —

Arthur Charles de Cusance Cussans, Esq., M.C.,

Captain Northern Rhodesian Police, b. 1880 ; m. 1919,

Elizabeth, d. of John Hartland, and widow of Captain

Montgomerie, Leinster Regt. ; and has issue — Anthony

Arthur de Cusance Cussans, Gentleman, b. 1924. Res. —

Mongu, Lealui, Barotseland, N. Rhodesia.

CUSHENDEN, Baron, see McNElLL.

CUST, see COCKAYNE-CUST.

CUST (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. ermine, on a chevron
sable, three fountains proper (Cust — modern); 2. Cust
ancient ; 3. Ranson ; 4. Pury ; 5. Woodcock ; 6. Belling-
ham ; 7. Burnshead ; 8. Brownlow. Mantling sable and



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argent. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a lion's head
erased sable, gorged with a collar paly wavy of six argent
and azure. Motto — " Esse quani videri."

Sons cf Henry Francis Ccckayne-Cust of Cockayne

Hatley, M.P. (eldest son of Rev. the Hen. Henry

Cockayne-Cust), b. 1819 ; d. 1884; m. 1852, Sara

Jane (d. 1867), widow of Majcr Sidney Streatfield,

d. of Issac Cookson of Meldcn Park : —

See Cockayne-Cust.

Son of Robert Needham Cust, Esq., J. P., Hon.

LL.D. (Edin.), Barr.-at-Law, late I.C.S., *. 1821 ; d.

1909; m. ist, 1856, Maria Adelaide {d. 1864), d. of

Rev. the Hon. Henry Lewis Hobart, Dean of Windsor ;

and, 1865, Emma (d. 1867), d. of Rev. Edward Carlyon ;

3rd, 1868, Elizabeth Dewar {d. 1910), d. of J.

Matthews : —

Robert Henry Hobart Cust, Esq. , J. P. co. London, M.A.

(Oxon.), b. 1861 ; tn. 1906, Cornelia Octavia {d. 1928),

widow of John Roscoe Peacock of St. Louis, and d. of

William Henry Haggerty of St. Louis. Res. — Vernon

House, Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead ; The Rose and

Crown, Chipping Campden, Glos. t7«^.r— Cavendish,

Burlington, Fine Arts.

Son of Sir Reginald John Cust, M.A. (Camb.), Barr.-
at-Law and late Chief Commissioner West Indian In-
cumbered Estate Court 1887-92, b. 1828 ; d. 1913 ;
m. 1855, Lady Elizabeth Caroline Bligh (d. 1914), d.
of 5th Earl of Darnley: —
Lionel Henry Cust, Esq., M.V.O. , M.A. and Scholar
Trin. Coll., Camb., F.S.A., Knight of Leopold of Belgium,
Gentleman Usher to the King 1501-27, late Keeper,
Director, and Secretary of National Portrait Gallery, and
Surveyor of the King's Pictures and Works of Art, b. 1859 '>
7n. 1895, Hon. Sybil Lyttelton, d. of 4th Baron Lyttelton ;
and has issue — Lionel George Archer Cust, Esq., Lieut, late
R.A. , b. 1896 [m. 1925, Margaret Violet, d. of late Lt.-Col.
H. A. Clowes, L. Gds., and has issue — Elizabeth Jemima].
Res. — Datchet House, Datchet, Windsor. Clubs — Marl-
borough, Burlington, Fine Arts, Savile.

Sons of Very Rev. Arthur Perceval Purey-Cust, D.D.,

Dean of York and Hon. Canon of Oxford, b. 1828 ;

d. 1916 ; m. 1854, Lady Emma Bess Bligh, d. of 5th

Earl of Darnley : —

Rev. William Arthur Purey-Cust, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar

of Skendleby, Spilsby, Lines., Preb. of Lincoln, b. 1855 ;

m. 1882, Lucy Caroline (d. 1916), d. of Lt.-Gen. Sir

William F. D. Jervois, G.C.M.G., C.B. ; and has issue —

Richard Brownlow Purey-Cust., Esq., D.S.O., M.C.,

Maj. R.A. , b. 1888; Alice Margaret; Mary Adelaide ;

Gwendolen EUora [m. 1927, Brig.-Gen. Arthur D.

Musgrave, D.S.O.] ; and Honoria Katherine. Res. —

Skendleby Vicarage, Spilsby, Lines.

Sir Herbert Edward Cust, K.B.E., C.B., Adm. (ret.),
1^. 1857 ; 7>i. 1895, Alice Ella, d. of George Stewart Hepburn
of Smeaton, Australia ; and has had issue — Arthur John
Cust, Esq., R.N., b. 1897; killed in action 1917 ; and
Marjorie. Res. — Hollyside, West Hill, Highgate. Club —
United Service.

Son of Sir Leopold Cust, 2nd Bart., b. 1831 ; d. 1878;
m. 1863, Charlotte Sobieski Isabella, V.A. , d. of Vice-
Admiral the Hon. Charles O. Bridgeman : —
SirCharles Leopold Cust, 3rd Bart. (U.K., 26 Feb. 1876),
G.C.y.O.,C.B.,C.M.G., CLE., Capt. (ret.) R.N., Equerry
to King George since 1892, has the Order of the Dannebrog,
the Prussian Orders of the Crown (with star), and of Red
Eagle (with star), the Greek Order of the Redeemer, and
the Russian Order of St. Stanislas (with star), b. 1864.
Res — 90 Piccadilly, W. Clubs — Naval and Military, Marl-
borough, Turf.

CUSTANCE of Weston (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4,
or, an eagle displayed gules, charged on the breast with a
star of six points cf the first (Custance) ; 2 and 3, azure,
on a bend ermine, three legs couped at the thigh or
(Hambleton). Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a demi-eagle displayed as in the
arms. Motto—" Appetitus rationi pareat."

Sons of General William Neville Custance, C.B., Col.
nth Hussars, b. 1811 ; d. 1886; tn. 2nd, 1846, Mary,
eld. d. of late Thomas Meggison of Walton, Nor-
thumberland : —
Admiral Sir Reginald Neville Custance, G.C.B.,K.C.M.G.,
C.V.O., Assistant Director of Naval Intelligence, 1887-90
and 1899-1902, Naval Attache at Washington 1893, A.D.C.
to Queen Victoria 1897-9, Director of Naval Intelligence
1899-1902, second in command Mediterranean Fleet



1902-4, and of the Channel Fleet 1907-8, b. 1847. Postal
add.— 8g Piccadilly, W.

Major Hugh Lionel Custance, 36th Sikhs, J. P. Devon,
b. 1858 ; ?n. 1899, Helena, yr. d. of Arthur Cazenove
Res. — Beaumont, Broad Clyst, Devon.

Son of Capt. Sydney Custance, b. 1862; d. 1913 ;

m. 1887, Jessie, d. of Peter Douglas of Claughton,

Cheshire: —

Cecil Neville Custance, Esq., Capt. Army Service Corps,

b. 1889 ; w. 1913, Leonora Margaret, d. of Major F. Head,

R.G.A. Res.—

CUTHBERT (H. Coll., 19 April, 1927). Argent, on a
fesse cottised between two cross crosslets fitchee erect
in bend gules, a cross crosslet fitchee of the field. Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a lion's head erased argent, collared gules,
between two reef-knots or. Motto — " Bide canny."
Livery — Light drab, scarlet and white striped waistcoat.
Son of Richard Cuthbert, Gentleman, b. 1856 ;
d. 1905 ; m. 1881, Mildred, d. of Jenings Jenkins :—
Richard Ormonde Cuthbert, Gentleman, b. 1886 ;
m. 1909, Eva {d. ), d. of Perry ; and has

issue — I dau. Res.—

Sons of Claude Arthur Cuthbert, Gentleman, b.

i860 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1887, Annie Beatrice, d. of Sir

James Rankin, Bt. : —

James Cuthbert, Gentleman, b. 1888 ; m. 1925, Ada

{d. 1927), d. of George Crookes ; and has issue — John

Rankin Cuthbert, Gentleman, b. 1927. Res. —

5th and only surv. son of William Cuthbert, Esq.,
J. P., D.L., of Beaufront Castle, Northumberland,
b. 1813 ; d. 1878 ; m. 1840, Mary, d. of Isaac Cook-
son, Esq., J. P., of Meldon Park, Northumberland : —
Gerald James Cuthbert Esq., C.B. (1912), C.M.G.
(1916), Major-Gen. (ret.) ; served Sudan 1885, S. Africa




1899-1902, and Great War 1914-19, Comdg. Scots Gds.
1909-13, 13th and 140th Inf. Bde. 1914-16, 39th Divn,
1916-17, ret. 1919. Clubs — Guards', Arthur's, Army
and Navy.

CUTHBERT (H. Coll., 22 April 1904). Argent, on a
fesse between in chief two hawks sable and in base a cross
crosslet fitchee gules, a hawk betueen two cross crosslets
fitchee of the field. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of a lion's head erased
argent, charged with a hawk's lure gules, a cross crosslet
fitchee fessewise of the last.



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Sons of James Harolci Cullibert, Esq. , D.S.O. , Capt.

Scots Guards, served in S. African War iqoo, b. 1876 ;

killed in action 1915 ; tn. ist. 1903, Lady Anne Dorothy

F"rederica Byng (d. 1907I, d. of the sth Earl of Strafford ;

and, 1908, Kathleen Alice (who m. 2nd, 1920, 4th

Baron Rayleigh), d. of John Coppin Straker, Esq.,

J. P. and D.L. of Stagshaw : —
Harold David Cuthbert, Gentleman, b. 1909. Seat —
Beaufront Castle, Hexham, Northumberland.
Gerald Ivo Cuthbert. Gentleman, b. 1912.
Sidney John Cuthbert, Gentleman, h. 1914.

CUTLACK (H. Coll., 22 March 1904). Quarterly,



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gules and azure, a cross crosslet argent, between in the first
and fourth quarters a whip erect with three lashes and in
the second and third a knife erect, all proper. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
cross crosslet or, between two dragons' wings sable. Motto
— " Aninio et fide." Livery — Chocolate, with white facings,
silver aiguilettes and white breeches.

Fourth son of William Cutlack, b. 1814; d. 1894;

m. 1831, Mary, d. of James Yarrow: —
William Cutlack, Esq., J. P., High Sheriff (1907-8) of
Cambridgesh. and Hunts. , Fellow of the Royal Geographical
Soc. and of Soc. of Arts, b. 1852 ; m. 1880, Emily Ann
(d. 1925), d. of Alfred Wilkin; and has had issue — (i)
William Philip Cutlack, Esq., Lt.-Col. 1st Bn. Camb. Regt.,
T.D. , M. A. (Cantab. ), *. 1881 [?«. ist, 191 1, Dora (</. 1925),
d. of Francis J. Dormer ; 2nd, 1926, Olga Vavasour, d. ot S.
Marshall Jonas ; and has issue— Cecil William Robin
Cutlack, Gentleman, b. 1915 ; and Kathleen Sylvia {Nes. —
Whewell House, Cambridge)] ; Cyril Cutlack, Gentleman,
B.A. (O.xon.), b. 1883; d. 1912 ; Irene [m. igi2, George
Hutton] ; and Dora [/«. 1914, Adolphus Ludoif]. jVw. —
Croyland, Ely, Cambs.



CUTLAR-FERGUSSON of Craigdarrock (L.O., 1673).
Argent, a lion ranipant azure, on a chief gules, a mullet
between a cross crosslet fitch^e on the de.xter, and a ros«
on the sinister of the field.

Daus. of Robert Cutlar-Fergusson, Esq., J. P., of Craig-
darrock, late Capt. Scots Gds., b. 1855; d. 1904;
m. 1889, Rose, elder d. of John Grant Hodgson of
Cabalba, co. Hereford: —
Ella, m. 1918, Maj. William Wallace Smith-Cuninghame,
D.S.O. , of Caprington.

Esm^, ///. 1920, Maj. Valentine William Eyre.

CUYLER of St. John's Lodge. Per pale embattled
gules and azure, an arrow in bend, barbed and flighted,
point upwards. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a




mural crown proper, a battleaxe erect, siurmounted by

two arrows in saltire or, flighted argent, points upward.

Motto — " Deo non sagittis fido."

Second son of Sir Charles Henry Johnes Cuyler, 3rd
Bart., b. 1826 ; d. 1885 ; m. 1857, Emma Amelia, d.
of Austen Cox : —
Sir George Hallifax Cuyler, 5th Bart. (29 Oct. 1814),

of St. John's Lodge, Herts., b. 1876 ; s. his brother 1919 ;

m. 1913, Amy, d. of Frederick Gordon, of The Briery,

Sunderland, and widow of Gordon McKenzie, Esq. Res.

— Hurst, Clunton, Aston-on-Clun, Shropshire. Club —

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D'ABERNON, Viscount, see VINCENT.

DADABHOY (H. Coll. i8 July 1921). Per chevron
azure and ermine, in chief a sun in splendour or, between
two pickaxes sable, and in base a lamb passant supporting
over the dexter shoulder a flagstaff, flowing therefrom
a pennon of the third. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in front of a demi-
Indian buck, two sprigs of cotton, flowered saltirewise,
all proper. Motto — " Honestas industria et persever-
antia."

Son of Khan Bahadur Byramji Dadabhoy : —

Hon. Sir Maneckji Byramji Dadabhoy, K.C.I. E. (1925),
Knt. Bach. (1921), Barrister-at-Law, Bombay, J. P.,
Member of the State Council of India ; b. 1865 ; m.
1884, Bai Jerbanoo, O.B.E., d. of Khan Bahadur Dad-
abhoy Pallonji, of Poona. Res. — Kingsnymton Hall,
Kingston Hill, Surrey ; Belle Vue, Nagpur, Central
Provinces, India ; 8 Marine Lines, Bombay. Clubs —
Royal Societies', Calcutta, Willingdon.

DADD (H. Coll.). Barry wavy of six argent and
azure on a bend or, between two magpies' wings sable,
each charged with a fesse wavy of the first, three lions
rampant gules. Mantling azure and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a magpie, wings elevated,
holding in the beak an ear of wheat leaved and slipped
proper. Motto — " Meum optimum Do."

Son of Robert Dadd, Gentleman, of Lewisham,
Kent, b. 1813 ; d. 1876 ; m. 1843, Catherine, d. of
Thomas Carter, Gentleman, of London : —

Frank Dadd, Esq., R.I., R.O.I. , b. 1851 ; m. 1880,
Jessie Florence Eliza, d. of Charles Ady Hulbert, Gentle-
man, of Watford, Herts. ; and has issue — Ralph Hulbert
Dadd, Esq., Captain M.G.C. (ret.), b. 1882 ; Geoffrey
Dadd, Gentleman, b. 1886 [tn. 1914, Hilda, d. of Samuel
John Tomkins, Gentleman, of Wallington, Surrey ;
and has issue — Christopher Vigor Tomkins Dadd, b.
191 7] ; and Marjory Dadd. Res. — West Lawn,
Teignmouth, Devon.

D'AETH, see HUGHES-D'AETH.

DAINTRY of Rode (H. Coll., 1811). Quarterly, sable
and or, a bend ermine between two cottises engrailed
counterchanged of the field. Mantling sable and or.
Crest (changed by patent dated 30 Dec. 1813)— On a
wreath of the colours, from a rock proper, a pegasus salient
ermine, wings erminois, in the mouth a laurel branch.
Motto — " Non nobis solum nati."

Son of John Daintry, d. 1832 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1869, Louisa,
d. of John Beatty, M.D. : —

George Percival Daintry, Esq., J. P. Cheshire, b. 1871 ;