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fft. 1902, Dorothy, d. of John Ridgway, Esq., J.P. ; and
has issue — (i) George Michael Daintry, Esq., Lieut. R.N. ,
d. 1903 [tn. 1926, Viola, d. of Robert H. Brunt of The
Hut, Sutton. Macclesfield ; (2) John Ridgeway Daintry,
Gentleman, d. 1905 ; (3) Percival Daintry, Gentleman, d.
1907 ; (4) Cecil Ormsby Daintry, Gentleman, i. 1912 ; (5)
Robert Seymour Daintry, Gentleman, ^.1916; Katherine
Winifred ; Frances Elizabeth. Seat — Oaklands, North
Rode, Cheshire.

D'ALBANI. Ermine, three bendlets indented azure,

the centre bendlet charged with as many mullets, and each

of the others with two martlets, all or. Crest — On a wreath

of the colours, two ostrich feathers in saltire nzure, thereon

perched a martlet or. Motto — " Vestigia nulla retrorsum."

Son of Arthur James Louis Francis d'Albani, Esquire,

S.S.C., Capt. and Hon. Major 2nd Vol. Batt. Suffolk

Regt. , b. 1856; d. 1928 ; by ist wife, f>i. 1887, Emma

{d. 1906), youngest dau. of the late Daniel Mackenzie

ot 32 Upper Addison Gardens, Kensington, London,

W. : —

Charles Louis d'Albani, Gentleman, i. 1891. Postal

address — Deva Chambers, High Street, Newmarket.

DALBY of Castle Donington (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i
and 4, barry wavy of ermine and gules, three cinquefoils
in pale or (Dalby); 2 and 3, barry nebuly of six erminois

and sable, two flaunches or, each charged with an annulet
of the second (Blunt). Mantling gules and argent. Crest
— I. upon a wreath of the colours, a demi-gryphon argent,
winged barry wavy of six ermine and gules, resting the
sinister claw upon an escocheon ermine, thereon a cinque-
foil gules (Dalby) ; 2. upon a wreath of the colours, on a
mount vert, a sun in splendour or, encircled by an annulet
sable (Blunt). Motto — " Probitas verus honos."

Sons of Robert Dalby Dalby of Castle Donington,
Leicestershire, M.A. (Camb.), Barrister-at-Law (Lin-
coln's Inn), i. 1835; d. 1887; m. 1869, Mary Selina
(d. 191 1), second d. of John Rogers of Riverhill, Seven-
oaks, Kent : —
John Dalby, Esq., Maj. (late) R.A., d. 1871 ; m. 1900,
Hyacinthe Mary Dulcibella, eld. d. of the late Sir William
Bartlett Dalby; and has issue — (i) Robert Dalby, Lieut.
R.N., d. 1900; (2) Charles Dalby, B.A. (Oxon.), Lieut.
K.R.R.C., i. 1903; and Anne Hyacinthe. 6'<fa/— Dalbie
House, Castle Donington, Leicestershire. Ciui — Army and

Rev. Alan Dalby, Rector of Leamington-Hastings, M.A.
(Camb.), d. 1873; m. 1912, Harriet Wilniot, fifth d. of the
late Canon Degge Wilmot Sitwell, Vicar of Leamington-
Hastings, Warwick; and has issue — Diana Margaret
Middleton. /?es. — Leamington-Hastings, Warwick. Clui —
New University.

Rev. Philip Dalby, M.A., i>. 1877; m. ist, 1900, Mary
{d. 1901), yr. d. of the late Robert Henry Hawtrey Peare ;
2nd, 1902, Emily, eld. d. of the late Rev. Vaughan Charles
Turner, Rector of Little Oakley cum Newton-in-the-
Willows, Northants. ; and by her has issue — (i) Alan
Vaughan Dalby, Gentleman, d. 1903; (2) John Thornton
Dalby, Gentleman, d. 1912. Tc'w. — Castle Donington.

DALBY. Barry wavy of six gules and or, on a
pale of the last, Between two doves rising, a rod erect
entwined by a serpent proper. Mantling gules and or.
Crest, upon a wreath of the colours, in front of a dexter
arm embowed to the sinister, holding in the hand an ancient
lamp, a serpent novved.all proper. Motto — " Probitas verus

Son of Sir William Bartlett Dalby, Knight Bachelor,

M.B., B.A., F.R.C.S., i. December 10, 1840;

d. 1918 ; tn. February 25, 1873, Hyacinthe, d. of the

late Major Edward Wellesley, 73rd Regt. : —

Thomas Gerald Dalby, Esq., Col. toth Rifles, i*". 1880;

Estate — Red Lodge, Englefield Green, Surrey. Postal

address — 23 Rutland Court, S.W.7.

DALE (H. Coll.). Gules, on a mount proper, a swan

argent, gorged with a collar gemel or, in chief three frets




of the last ; and for the Crest, upon a rock proper, a
lieron argent, gorged with a collar gem^l gules, and resting
the dexter foot on a fret or ; with the MottO, " Spectemur

Son of John Brodrick Dale, Esq., J. P., of Clcadoii

Meadows, co. Diirhani, b. 1821 ; d. 1892; m. 1849,

Agues Sarah, d. of Thomas 'lilney : —
Bro<irick Dale, Esq., J. P. and (1918-19) High Sheriff co.
Durham, b. 1854 ; m. 1886, Edith Jane, only d. of tiie late
Sir David Deas, K.C.B. R.X., Inspector-General of Hos-
pitals and Fleets ; and has surv. issue — Everard Charles
Brodrick Dale, Esq., M.C., Capt. R.A., b. 1890 [m.
1928, Kathleen Hyacinthe , d. of James Daly, of Kaford,
Leamington] ; Agnes Hepburn Brodrick [w. 1915, Maj.
George Edward Sim, D.S.O., M.C., R.E. ; and has
issue]. Res. — Apjserley Dene, St< ckstield R.S.O. , North-
umberland. Club — Durham County.

Sons of Charles William Mitcalfe Dale, Esq., M.A.,

LL.B. , P)arri-ter-at-Law, J. P. co. Durham, b. 1856;

d. 1914 ; in. 1894, Beatrice Sophia Crosby, d. of Edwin

Stead : —
Charles Brodrick Mitcalfe Dale, Gentleman, b. 1895.
Tinley Mitcalfe Dale, Gentleman, b. 1902. Res. — Chili,
S. America.

DALE (H. Coll. 18 — ). Azure, a swan argent, between
four bezants saltirewise. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, in front of two eagles' heads
erased and addorsed proper, an escutcheon azure, charged
with a bezant. Motto — "I byde my tyme." Livery —
Dark blue.

Son of Sir David Dale, ist Bart., of West Lodge,

Darlington, D.C.L. , J. P. and D. L. co. Palatine of

Durham, b. 1829; d. 1906; m. ist, 1853, Ann

Backhouse [d. 1886), d. of Edward Robson, and

widow of Henry \\'hitwell : —

Sir James Backhouse Dale, 2nd Bart. (13 July 1895), J. P.

and D.L. co. Durham, b. 1855; /;;. ist, 1879, Helena, d. of

the late Henry William Fenwicke of Newcastle-on-Tyne ;

and, 1921, Mabel, widow of Maj. Sandwith. C.M.G. Res.

— Upper Feilde, Upper Brock Street, W. Club — Boodle's.

DALGETY. Gules, a swan argent, gorged with a collar
gemel azure, within a bordure of the second, charged with
four thistles, two in c hief and two in base, slipped proper.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest, upon a wreath of the
colours, a lion rampant guardant gules, gorged with a
wreath of oak or, supporting a shield argent, thereon a
thistle slipped proper. Motto — " Vincit qui patitur."
Livery — Blue, with red and white striped waistcoat.

Sons of Frederick John Dalgety, Esquire, Capt. 15th
King's Hussars, b. Nov. 19, 1866 ; d. 1926 ; m. June 10,
1897, the Hon. Pauline Caroline M'Clintock-Bunbury,
youngest dau. of Rt. Hon. Baron Rathdonell : —
Capt. John Allen Frederick Dalgety, 15th Hussars, b.
Aug. 29, 1898. Seat — Lockerley Hall, Romsey, Hants.

Arthur William Hugh Dalgety, Gentleman, Lieut. 9th
Lancers, b. Nov. 17, 1899.
Christopher Thomas Dalgety, Gentleman, b. 1907.

DALGLEISH (L.O., 1878)— Argent, an oak-tree eradi-
cated fessewise proper, between three pheons, points up-
ward azure. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the liveries, the stump of an oak-tree sprout-
ing out branches and leaves proper. Motto — " Revirescam."
Livery — Dark blue, witti silver buttons.

Eld. son of John James Dalgleish, Esquire, J. P., D.L. ,

of Westgrange and Balgownie, co. Fife, b. April 22,

1836 ; d. 1921 ; m. August 16, 1892, Mary Eliza, third

daughter of Major Patrick Oliphant of Kinnedar : —

James Patrick Dalgleish, Gentleman, b. June 16, 1893 ; m.

1919, Dorothy, d. of the late Scott Gunn of Sunderland ;

and has issue — John Patrick Scott Dalgleish. Gentleman,

b. IQ20 ; and i dau. Kes. — Brankston Grange, Bogside

Station, Alloa, N.B. Estates — Westgrange and Balgownie,

in the county of Fife.

D.\LGLISH of Campsie (L.O. 19 July 1910). Argent,
an oak-tree eradicated in bend proper, between two pheons
in chief azure, and a buck's head erased in base, also
proper, a bordure gules. Mantling azure, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the liverie-, the stump of an oak-
tree sprouting proper. Motto — ' Revirescam."

Sons of the late James Campsie Dalglish of Campsie,
CO. Stirling, and afterwards of Campsie and Wandara,
Goulburn, N.S.W., b. ; d. 1888 ; m. 1875, Marie

Sophie Nicholson de Guerry de Lauret, d. of the
Marquis de Guerry de Lauret : —

Augustus Alexander Dalglish, Gentleman. Res. — Pome-
roy, Goulburn, New South Wales.

Robin Campsie Dalglish, Esq., Lieut. -Comdr. R.N. [same
Arms ^matric. 12 Sept. 1910), but ihe bordure engrailed],
b. 1880; m. 1912, Dulcie Gertrude Florence, d. of Major
James Young Stephen; and has issue — James Stephen,
Gentleman, b. 1913. Res. —

Charles Antoine de Guerry Dalglish, Esq., Capt. Royal
Highlanders (Black Watch) [same Arms (matric. 15 Sept.
1910), but the bordure invected], b.

Kenneth Park Dalglish, Gentleman, Sub-Lieut. R.N.
[same Arms (matric. 7 Oct. 1910), but the bordure in-
dented], b.

Leicester. Born June 23, 1853, being the third son of the
late Mr. Serjeant Edward Bellasis, Justice of the Peace for
the counties of Middlesex and Westminster, by his wife
Eliza Jane, only daughter of William Garnett of Quernmore
Park, in the County Palatine of Lancaster, High Sheriff.
[Hy Royal Licence in 1896 he and his second wife took the
additional surname of Dalglish]. Armorial bearings —
Quarterly, i and 4, argent a chevron between three fleurs-
de-lys azure, in chief a tent proper, lined gules (for Bellasis) ;
2 and 3, argent, a fesse embattled counter embattled and
plain cottised, between three annulets gules (for Viall).
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of the
colours, a mount vert, thereon a lion couchant guardant
azure, in front of a tent as in the arms. Mottoes — -"Bon est
bel assez" ; " Lorisnon ureris." Club — White's. Married,
first, Jan. 11, 1877, Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas
Walmesley of Lilystone Hall, Essex (she died Oct. 28, 1888) ;
second, June 18, 1892, Marie Sophie Nicholson [d. 1919),
second dau. of the Marquis de Guerry de Lauret of Nantes,
France, Pondicherry, East Indies, and relict of James
Campsie Dalglish of Campsie, N.B. , and of New South
Wales ; and has surv. Issue — John Henry Bellasis, Gentle-
man, b. Nov. 7, 1880 \7n. and has issue — John William
Bellasis, Gentleman, b. 1914 ; Richard Lumsden Bellasis,
Gentleman,/^. 1915] ; Richard Fauconberg Bellasis, Gentle-
man, b. Sept. 23, 1886; Mary Theresa \m. Lumsden
of Clova] ; Monica Mary ; Mildred Mary [w/.
Montgomerie Charrington] ; Agnes Mary Helena ; and
Victoria Louise de Guerry (the last by second wife).



DALISON of Hamptons (H. Coll.). Gules, three
crescents or, a canton ermine. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a man armed, holding
in his hand a battle-axe silver, the armour and the axe
purfled gold. Motto — " D'accomplir Agincourt."

Son of Capt. Maximilian Dudley Digges Dalison, Scots

Guards, b. 1852; d.v.p. (killed in action, Hasheen,

nr. Suakin) 1885 : "'• 1874, Charlotte Grace, d. of

Henry Beresford-Peirse of Bedale, co. York : —

Maximilian Dudley Peirse Dalison, Gentleman, b. 1881.

^M/— Hamptons, nr. Tonbridge ; The Grange, Plaxtol,


Yr. sons of Maximilian Hammond Dalison, Esq. of
Hamptons, Kent, J. P. Kent and Lines., b. 1820; d.
1902; m. 1845, Matilda, d. of Rev. Robert .Alexander,
Prebendary of Aghadory : —
Rev. Charles' Edmund Waller Best-Dalison [q.v.].
Rev. Roger William Hammond Dalison, M.A. (O.xon.),
Hon. Canon of Rochester, Rector of Stone, Kent, b. i860;
m. 1884, Lucv, d. of Sir Robert Montgomery, G.C.S.I.,
K.C.B. i?«.— The Rectory, Stone, Greenhithe, Kent.

Lt.-Col. John Pelham Dalison, R. West Kent Regt., b.
1863; m. 1899, Maiy Mabel, d. of late L. D. Wigan of
Maidstone. Res. — 12 Grimston Avenue, Folkestone, Kent.


DALRYMPLE (L.O., 1895). Quarterly, i. or, on a
saltire azure, nine lozenges of the field (Dalrymple); 2. or,
a chevron chequy sable and argent, between three water-
bougets of the second (Ross); 3. quarterly, ist and 4th,
quarterly i. and iiii. , gules, three cinquefoils ermine ; ii. and
iii., argent, a galley sails furled sable, the whole within
a bordure compony argent and azure, charged alternately




with hearts gules, and with mullets argent (Hamilton) ;
2nd and 3rd, gules, on a fess between three crescents or
as many mullets azure (De Franquetot); 4. grand quarter,
quarterly, i. and iiii., gules, on a chevron between three
cinquefoils argent, as many buckles azure (Hamilton); iij
and iii., gules, three martlets argent (MacGill, Viscount of
Oxfuird). Mantling gules, doubled ermine. Crest—Upon
a wreath of his liveries, a rock priper, and in an escroll
above the Motto, "Firm." Supporters— Two storks,

Eld. son of Rt. Hon. Sir John Hew North Gustave
Henry Hamilton Dalyrmple, nth Earl of Stair, Major
and Hon. Lieut. -Col. Ayrshire I. Yeo. , Lord High
Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church
of Scotland, Brigadier Royal Company of Archers
(King's Bodyguard for Scotland), J. P., b. 1848 ;
d. 1914 ; m. 1878, Susan Harriet (whom he div. 1905),
d. of Sir James Grant-Suttie, 6th Bart. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir John James Dalrymple, D.S.O. , 12th Earl
of Stair (8 April 1703), Viscount of Stair and Dalrymple,
Baron Newliston, Glenluce and Stranraer in Scotland,
Baron Oxenfoord of Cousland, co. Midlothian, and a Bart.,
M.P. for Wigtownshire 1906-19, Brigadier R. Coy. of
Archers, Lt.-Coi. late Scots Gds., D.L., J. P. Wigtownshire,
b. 1879; m. 1904, Violet Evelyn, only il. of Col. Harford,
late Scots Gds., and has issue— John Aymer Dalrymple,
commonly called Viscount Dalrymple, 2nd Lieut. Scots
Gds., b. 1906 ; Hon. Hew North Dalrymple, b. 1910 ; Hon.
Andrew William Henry Dalrymple, 1^. 1914 ; Hon. Colin
James Dalyrmple, b. 1920 ; Lady Jean Margaret ; and
Lady Marion Violet. Seats — Oxenfoord Castle, Dal-
keith ; Lochinch Castle, Castle Kennedy, Wigtownshire.
Town res. — 17 Eaton Sq. , S. W. C/t<i5j— Guards', Carlton,
New (Edinburgh), Western (Glasgcw).

DALRYMPLE (L.O., 10 Feb. 1902). Argent, on a
saltire gules, five rustres of the field, in chief a lion ram-
pant of the second. Mantling gules, doubled argent.

Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, in the waves of the
sea a rock proper. Motto^'' Firm." Livery — Black, silver

Son of Rev. Thomas Gray Duncan, Minister of St.

David's, Kirkintilloch, Dumbartonshire, b. 1808; d.

1861 ; m. 1845, Mary, d. of Alexander Dalrymple of

Wood head : —
James Dalrymple Gray Dalrymple (formerly Duncan),
Esq., J. P. cos. Stirling and Dumbarton, F.S.A. , F. R.S.E.,

Member of Royal Company of Archers (King's Bodyguard),
b. 1852 ; m. 1890, Katharine Hutton, d. of Stephen Rowan
of Holmfauldhead and widow of Patrick Frantis Connal-
Rowan (formerly Connal, who assumed the additional sur-
name of Rowan on his marriage). Seats — Woodhead,
Kirkintilloch, Dumbartonshire ; Meiklewood, Gargunnock,
Stirling. Clubs — Junior Carlton, County (Stirling), Western
and Imperial Union (Glasgow), Conservative (Edin-

DALRYMPLE of Newhailes (L.O., 1887). Quarterly,
I and 4, or, on a saltire azure nine lozenges of the field
within a bordure of the second, charged with eight boars'
heads and as many mullets of the first (Dalrymple, L.O.,
1880) ; 2 and 3, azure, a buckle argent, between three boars'
heads couped or (Ferguson of Kilkerran, L.O. , 1719).
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — Upon a wreath of his
liveries, a rock proper. Motto — " Firme."

Only son of The Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Dalrymple

(formerly Fergusson), ist Bart., D.L., J. P., M.A.

(Camb. ), Barrister-at-Law,

Treasury 1885-6, b. 1839

Mary (d. 1884), d. of .Sir

Bart., of Blairquhan : —
Sir David Charles Herbert Dalrymple, 2nd Bart. (19
July 1887) Lieut-Com. late R.N., b. 1879; m. ist, 1906,
Margaret Anna (who obtained a div. 1919), d. of Sir Mark
John MacTaggart-Stewart, ist Bart. ; 2nd, 1923, Dorothy,
d. of the late Capt. Abbott, and widow of Maj. Lewis,
Shropshire L.L ; and has issue — Ciiarles Mark Dalrymple,
Esq.,i^. 1915. Seat — Newhailes, Musselburgh, Midlothian.

DALRYMPLE-HAY of Park (L.O., 1800). Quarterly,
1 and 4, or, on a saltire azure, nine lozenges of the field, all
within a bordure gules (Dalrymple) ; 2 and 3, argent, three
escutcheons gules, in chief an ox-yoke lying fesseways
proper (Hay). Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest —
On wreaths of his liveries, a rock proper, over it the
motto, " Firm." Supporters — Two men in country habits,
holding in their hands, the dexter a ploughshare proper,
the sinister an ox-yole proper. Motto (below arms) —
Livery — Blue, yellow facings, brass

M.P. , Junior Lord of the
d. 1916 ; m. 1874, Alice
Edward Hunter-Blair, 4th


' ' Serva

Son of Adm. the Rt. Hon. Sir John Charles Dalrymple-

Hay, 3rd Bart., P.C.,G.C.B.,F.R.S., D.C.L.,^. 1821;

d. 1912; 7n. 1847, the Hon. Eliza Napier [d. 1901), d.

of the 9th Lord Napier : —
Sir William Archibald Dalrymple-Hay, 4th Bart. (7 April
1798), b. 1851 ; m. 1906, Mary, d. of the late William
M'Chlery, Bengal C.S. Address— 120 Mount Street, W.
Club — Junior Carlton.

DALRYMPLE-WHITE. Quarterly, 1 and 4, vert,
a naval crown or, between three roses argent, barbed
and seeded proper, in the centre chief an escutcheon
argent, charged with a representation of the gold medal
presented to Sir John Chambers White for his services
in Egypt in the year 1801, pendent from a ribbon
tennt^ (for White) ; 2 and 3, or, on a saltire azure,
between two water-bougets in pale sable, nine lozenges
of the field (for Dalrymple). Mantling vert and or.
Crests — I. issuant from a coronet composed of four
roses set upon a rim or, a lion's head argent (for White) ;
2. in front of a rock proper, a water-bouget sable (for
Dalrymple). Motto — "Virtus sibi munus."

Second and only surv. son of Gen. Sir Henry Dal-
rymple White, K.C.B., of Harden Ash, Bourne-
mouth, Col. Inniskilling Dragoons, b. 1820 ;
d. 1886 ; by his 2nd wife, m. 1863, Alice Elizabeth
(d. 1925), d. of Neill Malcolm, of Pcltalloch, co.
Argyll : —
Sir Godfrey Dalrymple Dalrymple-White, ist Bart.
(28 Jan. 1926), Lt.-Col. late Gren. Gds., M.P. Southport,
1910-23 and from 1924, b. 1866, assumed by Deed Poll
1926, the surname of Dalrymple-White in lieu of White ;
m. 1912, Hon. Catherine Mary Gary, d. of 12th Viscount
Falkland ; and has issue — Henry Arthur Dalrymple
Dalrymple-White, Esq., b. 1917 ; and Merial Catherine
Dalrymple. Res. — 95 Eaton Square, S.W.i. Clubs —
Guards', Carlton, Bachelors'.


DALTON of Fillingham Castle (Granted by Flower

Norroy, 5th Elizabeth, Ped. H. Coll.). Azure, crusilly

- or, a lion rampant guardant argent, a chief barry nebuly




of four of the last and sable. Mantling gules and
argent. Crest — -On a wreath of the colours, a dragon's
head couped vert, wings elevated or, gorged with
a collar nebuly gold. Motto — " Patientia victrix."
Livery — Blue, white facings, blue and white striped

Son of Rev. Norcliffe Dalton, b. 1854 ; d. 191 1 ;

m. 1880, Agatha Jennings: —
John Henry Norcliffe Dalton, Gentleman, Lord of the
Manor of Fillinghani, b. 1889 ; m. 1916, Caroline Daisy,
d. of the late James George Romaine, of Brighton ; and
has issue — John Norcliffe Dalton, Gentleman, b. 1917.
Seats — Fillingham Castle, Lincoln ; Sleningford Grange,
nr. Ripon. Res. — 46 Langdale Gardens, Brighton.

DALTON of the Hutts (Granted by Flower, Norroy
5th Elizabeth, Ped. H. Coll.). Azure crusilly or, a lion
rampant guardant argent, a chief barry nebuly of four
of the last and sable. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a dragon's head
couped vert, wings elevated or, gorged with a collar
nebuly gold. Motto — " Patientia victrix."

Son of Charles James Dalton, Esq., a Lt.-Gen. in

the Army, Col. Commandant Royal Artil., b. 1812 ;

d. 1880 ; m. 1847, his cousin I\iary Norcliffe, eld.

d. of George Cleghorn of Weens, co. Roxburgh : —
Major-Gen. James Cecil Dalton, J. P., Col. Comdt.
Royal Artillery, Bailiff Grand Cross of the Grand
Priory in the British Realm of the Venerable Order of
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, F.R.G.S., b. 1848 ;
m. 1899, Mary Caroline (Lady of Justice of St. John of
Jerusalem), yngr. d. and co-h. of the late Gen. Sir George
Digby Barker, G.C.B., Col. Seaforth Highldrs., of Clare
Priory, Suffolk, late Gov. and Commander-in-Chief,

Bermuda ; and has had issue — (i) Charles James
George Dalton, Lieut. R.A., b. 1902 ; (2) John Cecil,
d'Arcy Dalton, 2nd Lieut. R.A., b. 1907 ; Mary Frances
Helena [m. 1926, Lt.-Col. G. A. Howard-VyseJ ; and
Joan Caroline VVray {d. 1919). Res. — The Hutts,
Grewelthorpe, Ripon. Clubs — Army and Navy ; and

DALWAY (R.L. 1795, U.O.).— Argent, two lions in
chief counterpassant and one in base, all guardant gules,
armed and langued azure. Majitllng gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant
gules, holding in the paws a staff erect proper, a banner
therefrom flowing to the sinister argent, charged with a
saltire of the first. Motto — " Esto quod audes."

Son of Marriot Robert Dalway, Esquire, J. P. and D. L. ,
M.P. for Carrickfergus 1868-1880 ; b. 1832; m. 1859.

Elizabeth, only child of the late Col. Andrew Arm-
strong Barnes : —
Marriot William Dalway, Esq., J. P. for co. Antrim,
late Lieut. Antrim Militia, d. 1861.


Daly (U.O. ). Per fesse argent and or, a lion rampant
per fesse sable and gules, in chief two dexter hands couped

of the last. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, in front of an oak-tree proper, a
greyhound courant sable. Motto—" Deo fidelis et regi."
Sons of Richard Gore Daly of Woodview, Eyre Court,
CO. Galway, i. ; d. 1859; m. 1840, Annie Jane, d.

of Col. Arthur Disney of Ballysax, co. Kildare :—
Hyacinth Daly, Gentleman, i. 1841 ; m. 1868, Linda
Gordon, d. of Thomas Picton Reede of Dublin; and has
issue— Gore Picton Daly, Gentleman, d. 1871 ; Mary; and
Thoniasina. Res. — Melbourne.

Arthur Disney Joseph Daly, Gentleman, d. 1845 ; m.
1876, Laura, d. of J. B. Pritchard of Melbourne; and has
issue— (i) Arthur Hyacinth Daly, Gentleman, d. ; (21

Edwin Disney Daly, Gentleman, d. ; and Laura.


Sons of William John Daly of Onitchambo, Melbourne ;
(third son of Richard Gore Daly), i. 1847 '• "'• 1902,
m. 1882, Florence Eleanor Catherine, d. of Gustav
Beckx, ConsulGen. for Belgium : —
William Constant Beckx Daly, Gentleman, /•. 1883.

Richard Strahan Daly, Gentleman, 6. 1885. Res.—
Clarence Wells Didier Daly, Gentleman, i. 1890. Res. —
Gustav Anthony Disney Daly, Gentleman, i^. 1895. Res.—
Fourth son of Richard Gore Daly and Annie Jane
Disney: —
Anthony Daly, Gendeman, 6. 1853; m. 1888, Isabella,
d. of J. Brakey of Tasmania ; and has issue— William
Anthony Dalv,' Gentleman, d. iSgi ; and Annie Laura.
Res.— '

DALY (L.O.). Parted per fesse or and argent, a lion
rampant parted as before gules and azure, on a canton
vert, a cor-de-chasse of the first. Mantling gules,
doubled or. Crest— A demi-lion gules charged with a
cor-de-chasse or, holding in his dexter paw a saltire
argent. Motto — " Per disciplinam et justician."

Son of James Daly, Esq., J. P., of Glasgow, b. :—

James Fairlev Daly, Esq., D.S.O., J. P. co. of City of
Glasgow, Lieut.-Col. and Brev.-Col. (T.D.) T.A. Res..




served Great War 1914-18 (despatches, D.S.O.), b. 1883 ;
m. 1913, Elizabeth, d. of Thomas Hinshelwood, of
Glasgow. Res. — Bannochie, Bridge of Weir, Renfrew-
shire. Clubs — Caledonian, R. Scottish Automobile

The Late RALPH DALYELL, Esquire, C.B., D.L.,
J. P. CO. Fife, heir of line of the families of Melville of Murdo-
cairnie, and Robertson of Newbigging, through his giand-
mother, Jane Melville. Borf! June 29, 1834, second son of the
late John Dalyell, Esq., 5th Dragoon Guards, Lt-Col Fife-
shire Militia, D. L. , by his wife Jane, eldest dau. of Gen.
Robert Anstruther (eldest son of Sir Robert Anstruther,
Bart., of Balcaskie). Armorial bearings (L.O., 1794I—
Sable, a naked man with arms extended proper, between
two stars or, within a bordure of the last, and below the
escutcheon his badge as a C. B. Mantling' gules, doubled
argent. Crest— On a wreath of his liveries, a dexter hand
grasping a scimitar both proper. Motto — "! dare."

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