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Married, 1870, Annie Margaret Christina, eldest dau. of
Algernon William Bellingham Greville of Granard, co.
Longford; and died 1915, havinghad/j-j^;/^— Ruth Margaret
\_m. 1907, Capt. Gerard Lysley Derriman (who d. 1915),
and has issue]; Violet Jane [;«. 1899, Horace Peel, son
of Sir Charles Lennox Peel, G.C.B. , and has issue] ; Lilias
\ni. 1908, Comm. Bernard John Hamilton Ward, O.B.E.,
R.N., son of late Col. Bernard Edward Ward, and has
issue] ; and Magdalen. Seat — Ticknevin, Carbery, co.

DALZELL (L.O. c. 1672-7). Sable, a naked man,
arms extended proper. Mantling gules doubled ermine.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a dagger erect azure,
pommel and hilt or. Supporters — Two chevaliers in
complete armour, each bearing a target on his exterior
arm. Motto — " Idar."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Harris Carnwath Dalzell,
14th Earl of Carnwath, a Rep. Peer, Lieut. -Col. late
ist Batt. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, b. 1847 ;
d. 1910; m. 1873, Emily Sulivan [d. 1889), d. of Henry
Hippisley of Lambourne Place, Berks., and Cote
House, Oxon. : —
Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald Arthur Dalzell, 15th Earl of Carn-
wath (S., 21 April 1639), Baron of Dalzell, and Baron Dalzell
and Liberton in Scotland, and a Bart. (11 Ap. 1666), h.
1883; m. 1910, Maud Maitland, d. of John Eden Savile
of St. Martin's, Stamford. Res. — 119 Gloucester Terrace,
Hyde Park, W. 2. C/:^^— Carlton.

DALZIEL of Kirkcaldy (H. Coll.). Azure, a port-
cullis chained between three thistles leaved and slipped
or. Mantling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a stag lodged proper, collared, attired, and
resting the dexter foot on a thistle leaved and slipped
or. Supporters — On either side a stag guardant proper,
attired or, and charged on the shoulder with a plate,
thereon a thistle leaved and slipped also proper!
Motto — " Semper audax."

Eldest son of James Dalziel, Gentleman : —

Rt. Hon. Sir James Henry Dalziel, P.C, ist Baron
Dalziel (U.K. 28 Jane, 192 1), of Kirkcaldy, and of
Marylebone, ist Bart. (28 Jan., 1918), b. 1868. Res. —
I Brunswick Terrace, Hove, Sussex ; 8 Temple Avenue,
E.C. Clubs — National Liberal, Reform.

DAME (H. Coll.). Gules, a chevron between three
trefoils slipped or, all within two flaunches of the second
charged with a stag's head caboshed of the first. Mantling
guies and or. Crest— On a wreath of the colours, issuant
out of an antique crown or, a demi-wolf proper, holding
between the paws a s!aff raguly gold.
Son of : —

John Malvern Gatley Dame, Gentleman, b. . Res.—

DAMPIER-BIDE of Kingston Manor (H. Coll.). Quar-
terly, r and 4, argent, on a pale azure, three anchors erect
of the field (Bide) ; 2 and 3, or, a chevron between in chief
two cross crosslets fitch^e and in base a lion rampant
sable (Dampier). Mantling azure and argent. Crests—
I. on a wreath of the colours, a lion's gamb erased azure,
grasping an anchor in bend sinister argent (Bide); 2. on a
wreath of the colours, a demi-lion rampant sable, holding
in the dexter paw a cross crosslet fitch^e and gorged with
a collar or, suspended therefrom a shield gold, charged
with a chevron also sable (Dampier). Motto— " Dominus
petra mea." Livery — Blue, with silver buttons.

Only son of Thomas Dampier of Kingston Manor,
Yeovil, b. 1801; d. 1876; in. 1832, Elizabeth, d. of
William Bide of Yeovil.
Thomas William Dampier-Bide (formerly Dampier),
Esq., J. P. CO. Dorset, who assumed the additional sur-
name and arms of Bide by Royal Licence, under the will
of his maternal uncle William Bide (who died 1864), b.
1844. "Sija/-— Kingston Manor, Yeovil, Somerset. CLiib —

DAMPIER- WHETHAM of Cadhay and Hilfield
(Arms for Whetham, H. Coll.). Argent, a cross potent
throughout sable, in the first and fourth quarters a martlet
gules. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a wreath
of the colours, in front of a cubit arm erect in chain
armour, the gauntlet holding a sword in bend sinister all
proper, three annulets interlaced or. Motto — "Veritas
exquirendo." Livery — Dark grey, white facings, silver

Only son of Charles Langley Whetham, Esq., D.L.,
b. 1839; d. 1890; m. 1862, Mary Anne, d. of Thomas
Dampier of Kingston Manor, Yeovil, Somerset: —
William Cecil Dampier Dampier-Whetham, Esq., M.A. ,
F.R.S., Fellow of Trin. Coll. (Camb.), b. 1867; m. 1897,
Catherine Durning, eld. d. of Robert Durning Holt, Esq.,
J. P. and D.L. Lanes, and Westmorland, and has issue —
Reginald Lawrence Dampier-Whetham, Esq., /'. 1907 ;
Margaret Dampier ; Catherine Durning ; Diana Cecily
Dampisr ; Elizabeth Ormerod ; and Edith Holt. Seats —
Cadhay House, nr. Ottery St. Mary, Devon ; and Hilfield
Lodge, Hilfield, Dorst^t. Res. — Upwater Lodge, Cam-
bridge ; Trinity College, Cambridge. Clubs — United
University, Cambridge County, University Pitt.

DANCER (Regd. U.O., 1844). Quarterly, i and 4.
argent, three talbots' heads erased sable (Dancer) ; 2. gules,
on a fesse or, between three crescents argent, as many fleurs-
de-lys of the field (Searle) ; 3. argent, on a mount vert, a
palm tree, therefrom a serpent descending proper (Going).
Mantling sable and argent. Crests— i. a talbot passant
sable, collared or (Dancer) ; 2. an arm embowed in armour,
charged on the forearm with three estoiles in pale gules,
holding a palm branch proper (Going). Motto^" Vincit
qui patitur. "

Son of Sir Thomas Bernard Dancer, 6th Bart., High

Sheriff co. Tipperary, b. 1806; d. 1872; vi. 1845,

Helen Jane, d. of John Johnston of Bailee : —

Sir Thomas Johnstone Dancer, 7th Bart. (12 Aug. 1662),

b. 1852 ; in. \?>TJ, Isabella Laura Elizabeth {d. 1886), d. of

Samuel Weare Gardiner of Coombe Lodge, Whitchurch,

Oxon. ; and has issue — Grace Helen ; and Barbara Jane.


DANE (U.O.). Sable, a serpent torqued and erect,
in chief a castle as on the Seal of Enniskillen, triple-
towered, each tower domed and with flags fiotant to
the dexter all or. Mantling sable and or. Crest — Out
of a ducal crest coronet or, charged with three lozenges
gules, a demi-lizard vert, encircled with a collar of the
first. Motto — " Forti et fideli nihil difficile."

Son of William A. Dane, Gentleman, of Toronto
and formerly of Belfast : —

Frederick Dane, Gentleman, b. . Res. — Toronto.

DANE, late of Killyhevlin (U.O. confd. 18 Feb.
1919). Sable, a serpent torqued and erect argent, in
chief a castle proper as on the Seal of Enniskillen, triple-
towered, each tower domed and with flags flotant to the
dexter of the second. Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — Out of a ducal crest coronet or, charged with
three lozenges gules, a demi-lizard vert. Motto —
" Forti et fideli nihil difficile."

Sons of the late Dr. Richard Martin Dane, B.C.,

M.D., Inspector-General of Hospitals, A.M.D., of

Killyhevlin, Enniskillen, and Clarendon Lodge,

Millbrook, Southampton, h. 1813 ; d,. 1901 ;

m. 1844, Sophia Eliza, d. of Col. Charles Griffiths,

I. A., of Clarendon Lodge, Millbrook, Hants. : —

Sir Richard Morris Dane, K.C.I.E. (1909), ist Class

Order of the Excellent Crop (1914), ist Class Order of

the Tiger (1918), I.C.S. (ret.), Inspector-General of

Excise and Salt, 1907-9, Foreign Chief Inspector Salt

Revenue, China, 1913-18, b. 1854 ; m. 1880, Emily

(marriage diss.), d. of Sir Edward Leeds, Bart. ; and

has issue — Richard Dane, Esq., M.C., Major I. A.,

b. 1887 [w. 1917, Ellen Norman, 2nd d. of Sir Louis

Dane G.C.I.E. {q.v.) ; and has issue — Richard Louis




Hastings Dane, Esq., b. 1918 ; and Graham Francis
Dane, Gentleman, b. 1920] ; and Sophie Louisa. Res.
— Morden Grange, Betchworth, Surrey ; and Gwalin
Lodge, Sutherland, N.B. Club — East India United

Sir Louis William Dane, G.C.LE. (191 1), C.S.L
(1904), Kt. of Grace of the Order of the Hospital of
St. John of Jerusalem in England, I.C.S. (ret.), Sirdar-
-i- Afghanistan (1905), Lt. -Governor of the Punjab
1908-13, b. 1856; m. 1882, Edith, Lady of Grace of the
Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in
England, d. of Lt.-Gen. Sir Francis Booth Norman,
K.C.B. ; and has surv. issue — (i) Clement Richard
Dane, Esq., Comm. (ret.) R.N. 1883 [m. 1917, Bessie
Albinia, d. of Dr. T. Sandby Coome ; and has issue —
Richard Cecil Allen Dane, Esq., b. 1917 ; and Norman
Sandby Dane, Gentleman, b. 1919] ; (2) Henry Dane,
Esq., late Captain LA., b. 1893 [m. 1922, Victoria
Alexandrina Katherine, d. of Gen. Sir F. Reginald
Wingate, Bt., G.C.B. ; and has issue — Paul Malcolm
Henry Wingate Dane, Gentleman, b. 1924 ; and
Josephine Marson Katherine] ; Dorothy Bentinck
[m. 1912, Major Ernest Sopper, D.S.O., M.C., 17th
Lancers] ; Ellen Norman [m. 1917, Major Richard
Dane, M.C., LA. (q.v.)] ; and Denise Montgomery.
Residence — 24 Onslow Gardens, S.W.7. Club — British

Sons of Edward Adrian Dane, Gentleman, b. 1848 ;
d. 1921 ; tn. 1883, Esther Amy Evans : —
Richard Percy Dane, Gentleman, b. 1884. Res. —
Remuera, Auckland, N.Z.
Edward Howard Dane, Gentleman, b. 1886. Res. —
William Maurice Dane, Gentleman, b. 1889. Res. —
Sons of Arthur Henry Cole Dane, Esq., Col. LM.S.,
b. 1852 ; d. 1903 ; m. 1885, Isabella Frances, d. of
Very Rev. Charles Yate, Dean of St. John's
College, Cambridge : —
Arthur Maurice Yate Dane, Gentleman, b. 1883.
Res. — Metherell Towers, Beaworth, Devon.
Terence Dane, Gentleman, b. 1901.

Son of Paul Dane, Gentleman, of Killyreagh, co.
Fermanagh, b. 1847 ; d. 1887 ; m. ist, 1878,
Charlotte, d. of Thomas Dodson Palmer ; 2nd,
1884, Frances Georgina, d. of John Hubert Moore,
of Ballymorris, Queen's Co. : —

Thomas S Palmer Dane, Gentleman, 6. 1881 ;

m. 1901, Sarah Williams. Res.—

Sons of Major James Auchinleck Dane, D.S.O.,
b. 1883 ; d. 1927 ; m. 1909, Elgiva, d. of Hon.
T. Wentworth Fitzwilliam, of The Ferry, Peter-
borough : —
Richard Auchinleck Dane, Gentleman, b. 1911.
Res. — Harpley Lodge, King's Lynn, Norfolk.

Godzick Thomas James Dane, Gentleman, b. 1918.
Res. —

DANIEL of Cardiff (H. CoU.). Argent, a dragon
rampant gules, between three lozenges sable, each charged
with a spear-head of the first, embrued gules. Mantling
gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a unicorn's head erased argent, armed and crined
or, two lozenges sable. Motto — " Gwell augau na

Son of David Daniel, of Carmarthen, b. ;

m. Mary, d. of Benjamin Jones, of Abemant, Car-
marthen : —
Sir John Daniel, Knt. Bach. (192 1), Man. Dir. of
Daniel, John Co., and other Shipping Cos., b. 1870 ; m.
1892, Sarah Ann, d. of David James, of Aberavon ; and
has issue — Myrddin Daniel, Esq., b. i8y5 ; and Ceridwen
[m. 1915, David John, of 31 Cathedral Road, Cardiff].
Res. — Maesgwyn, .^Ifreda Road, Cardiff. Club — National

DANIEL. Per saltire argent and or, two dexter arms
fessewise couped and in pale, vested gules, cuffed azure,
the hand proper holding a cross crosslet fitch^e erect of the
third, and as many lions rampant in fesse also of the
third. Mantling gules and argent. Great— Upon a
wreath of the colours, in front of a trefoil slipped vert, a
dexter arm fessewise couped, vested gules, cuffed azure,
the hand proper holding a cross crosslet fitch^e erect, also
gules. Motto—" Toujours pret."

Son of William Henry Daniel, Esq., J. P., i. 1812 ;

d. ; m. 1836, Harriett, d. of Robert Johnstone,

Esq., Q.C. (and niece of Sir William Richardson,

Bunbury, Bart.): —

William Henry Daniel, Est]., Lieut. -Col. (retired) late
15th Regt., 6. 1847. Post. add. — Lough Kee Lodge,
Glasson, co. Westmeath.

DANGAR (H. Coll., 1854). Ermine, on a bend sable,
cottised engrailed gules, a ram's head erased or, between
two esquires' helmets proper. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a
demi-man affront^e in armour proper, the helmet adorned

with three feathers azure, holding in the dexter hand a
broken tilting-spear also proper, and supporting with the
sinister an escutcheon sable, charged with a ram's head
erased or. MottO — " Traditus non victus."

Sons of The Hon. Henry Carey Dangar of Grantham,
Sydney, Member of the Legislative Council of that
colony, i. 1830, in N.S. Wales; d. ; m. 1865,

Lucy Jane, d. of Commander Lamb of the Royal
Navy : —
Richard Hahfax Dangar, Gentleman. i?«.— Neotsfield,
W'hittingham, N.S.W.

Reginald Neville Dangar, Gentleman.
Horace William Dangar, Esq., Major Royal Australian

Leonard Adrian Dangar, Gentleman. Postal addresses —
Grantham, Svdney ; and Yallaroi, W^arialda, New South

Son of Frederick Holkham Dangar, Gentleman, 6.
1831 ; d. ; tn. 1858, Eliza, d. of John Phelps of

Sydney, N.S.W. :—
Dudley Richard Dangar, Gentleman, i.

Son of Henry Dangar, Esq., J. P., of Haverstock
Hill, Hampstead, England, of Grantham, co. Cumber-
land, N.S.W., and of Neotsfield, co. Northumberland,
N.S.W., Member of the Legislative Council, 6. 1796;
d. 1861 ; m. 1828, Grace, d. of John Sibley of St. Neot,
Cornwall, England : —
Albert Augustus Dangar, Gentleman, d. 1840; m. 1866,
Phoebe, d. of E. Rouse of Rouse Hill, near Sydney, N.S.
Wales ; and has issue— (i) Rodney Rouse Dangar, Gentle-
man, 6. ; (2) Norman Napier Dangar, Gentleman, i.
• (3) Clive Collingwood Dangar, Gentleman, 6. ;
Maude Marion ; Elsie Eleanor ; Grace Gladys; and Phyllis
Phoebe. Estates (160,000 acres) at Gostwyck, Mooki
Springs, and Waterloo, all in N.S. Wales, and Noorin-
doo, Queensland. Seat — Baroona., Whittingham, N.S.

DANIEL-TYSSEN (R.L., 14 March 1814, H. Coll.).
Quarterly, i and 4, or, on a chevron azure, between three
marigolds slipped proper, two lions passant, respecting
each other of the first within a boidure compony argent




and azure (Tyssen) ; 2 and 3, per saltire argent and or, in
fesse two lions rampant gules in chief and in base a dexter
arm fessewise, couped at the elbow, habited of the third,
cuffed azure, hand proper, holding a cross crosslct fitch^e
also of the third (Daniel). Mantling azure and or.
Crests — I. on a wreath of the colour^, ademi-lion per fesse
wavy or and azure, ducally crowned gules and holding in
the paws an escutcheon azure, charged with an estoile of
the first (Tyssen) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in front of
a trefoil slipped vert, a de.xter arm couped fessewise,
habited and holding in the hand a cross crosslet fitchee as
in the arms (Daniel). Mottoes — i. "Post mortem virtus
virescit " (Tyssen) ; 2. " 7 oujours pret " (Daniel).

Son of Rev. Ridley Daniel-Tyssen, M.A. O.xford,

Rector of South Hackney and of St. Patrick's, Hove,

b. 1840; d. 1917; m. 1873, Caroline Octavia Wil-

helmina, d. of Charles Hopkinson of Wo-ton : —

Geoffrey Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, Gentleman, B.A.

Oxford, b. 1874. Res. — 13 Lower Belgrave Street, S.W. i.

Clubs — Arthur's, New University.

Son of John Robert Daniel-Tyssen, Esq., D. L. ,
F. S. A., of Brighton, i5. 1805; d. 1882; m. 1835, Harriet
Caroline, d. of Charles Hopkinson : —
Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, Gentleman, D.C.L.,M.A. , Barr.-
at-Law, b. 1843; tn. 1883, Cassandra Mary Amelia, d. of
Charles Madden, H.E.I. C.S.; and has had issue— (i)
Samuel Roland Daniel-Tyssen, Gentleman, b. 1886 ; d.
1918 (2) Wilfred Heniing Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, Gentle-
man, b. 1891 ; and Alice Edwyna [ot. 1906, Horace
Randall Gee]. Res. — 59 Priory Road, West Hanipstead,

Son of Francis Samuel Daniel-Tyssen, Esq., J. P., of

Castle House, San d gate, i^. 1813 ; d. 1875; ///. 1843,

■ Eliza Julia, eld. d. of Rt. Hon. Sir James Lewis

Knight-Bruce, M.P., J. P., D. L., Vice-Chancellor of

England : —

Rev. Charles Amherst Daniel-Tyssen, M.A. Oxford,

b. 1856. Res. — Sandgate.

DANIELL. Argent, a pale fusily sable, in the dexter
chief point a crescent gules. Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, a unicorn's head
erased argent, armed and crined or, charged with a cres-
cent gules. Motto — " Pro fide et patria. "

Sons of Robert George Daniell, Esq., J. P. co. West-
meath, b. 1830; d. 1911 ; m. 1864, Ellen, second d.
of the late John O'Brien, M.P. , of Eden Vale, co.
Clare : —
John Joseph Daniell, Gentleman, b. 1868. Seat — New
Forest, Tyrrell's Pass, W^estmeath.

Robert George Daniell, Gentleman, b. 1870. Res. —

DANIELL (H. Coll.). Per fesse ermine and azure.

and or, between fivefleurs-de-lys, two and three, each within
an annulet of the last. Mantling azure and or. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, upon a roundel per fesse or
and azure, a lion rampant proper, charged on the slioulder
with and holding between the paws a fleur-de-lys or. Motto
— " Pro fide et patria. "

Sons of Edward Staines Daniell, Esq., Lt.-Col. late
102nd Regt. (ist Roy. Dub. Fas.), b. 1828; d. ;

m. 1875, Mary Elizabeth, d. of George Ure Skinner,
F.L.S. : —
George Edward Staines Daniell, Gentleman, b. 1875.
William Raymond Daniell, Gentleman, Indian Army,
late Devonshire Regt., b. 1878.

[ames Skinner Daniell, Gentleman, b. 1883.
Charles John Willianson Daniel!, Gentleman, b. 1885.

DANIELL-JENKINS (R.L., i Feb. 1916, H. CoU.).
Quarterly, i and 4, per pale sable and gules, on a chevron
argent between two fleurs-de-lys in chief a lion's gamb
erect and erased in base of the last, a fleur-de-lys
of the first between two pellets and (for distinction) a
canton or (for Jenkins) ; 2 and 3, or, a fesse between two
lozenges in chief azure and a pelican vulning herself in
base proper (for Daniell). Mantling sable and argent.
Crests — I. on a wreath of the colours, a lion's gamb
erect and erased argent, charged (for distinction) with
a cross crosslet, holding a pellet charged with a fleur-
de-lys or, between two fleurs-de-lys also argent (for
Jenkins) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, in front of a
saltire gules, a pelican, as in the arms (for Daniell).
Motto — " Perseverance."

Son of E. Osmond Daniell, Gentleman, 6. 1838 ; d.
1925 ; m. Amelia Teresa d'Anstein : —

Horace Cuthbert Martin Daniell-Jenkins (formerly
Daniell, R.L. i Feb. 1916), Gentleman, b. 1866 ; m.
1898, Hon. Olga Violet, d. of Baron Glantawe ; and has
issue — John Horace Daniell-Jenkins, Gentleman, b. 1900.
Res. — The Grange, Blackpill, Swansea. Club — Reform.

DANSON (H. Coll., 4 Dec. 1913)- Gules, a chevron
argent between in chief two garbs and in base a lymphad
or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of

a fesse embattled counter-embattled per fesse of the second

fmcliora scQS^

the colours, a garb quarterly or and gules, banded

argent. Motto — " Meliora sequere."

Son of Sir Francis Chatillon Danson, Knt. Bach.,
J. P., Liverpool, F.S.A., F.S.S., b. 1855 ; d. 1926 ; m.
1888, Edith, d. of William Rudolf, of Liverpool : —
John Raymond Danson, Esq., M.A., M.C., 6. 1890.

Res. — Dry Close, Grasmere, Westmorland.




DANVERS (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i. gules, a chevron
between three mullets of six points pierced or (I)anvers);
2. argent, on a bend gules, three martlets or, winged vert
(Brancestre) ; 3. gules, two bars or, in chief tuo bucks'
heads caboshed of the second (Verney) ; 4. paly of six
argent and azure, on a bend gules, three cinquefoils or

Son of Henry Tensh Danvers of Braintree, Essex, b.

1796; </. 1849; m. 1827, Eliza Isabella, only ci. of

Rev. William Gully, M.A., Rector of Wanstead : —

Henry William Martius Danvers, Gentleman, b. 1844;

m. 1872, Emily, d. of Edmund Yalden Knowles ot

Farnham ; antl has surv. issue— (i) Percy Arnold Henry

Danvers, Gentleman, *. 1876; (2) Harold William Maurice

Danvers, Gentleman, b. 1881 ; Violet Lilian ; and Alice

Mary. Res. —

Sons of Frederick Charles Danvers, Gentleman,
Registrar and Supt. of Records in the India Oflfice,
Knight Commander of the Royal Military Order of
Jesus Christ of Portugal, b. 1833; d. 19 '; rn. i860,
Louisa, d. of Elias M' catta : —
Alan Danvers of Lisbon, knighted by the King of Portugal
and created a Baron of the Kingdom of Portugal (13 Apl.
1893), Chevalier of the Military Order of Christ, Com-
mander of the Order of Concei9ao for Merit, b. 1861 ;
m. 1885, Alice Isabel Bowerbank, d. of William Brisco
Morris, Consul at Kingston; and has issue — (i) Charles
Henry Danby Danvers, b. 1891 ; (2) Verney Lionel Danby
Danvers, b. 1895; ^""^ Muriel Irene Danby. Res. —

Ernest Danvers. Gentleman, i^. 1863; w. 1885, Elisa, d. of
Jchn Carey Bowden of Bogota ; and has surv. issue —
Frederick Ernest Carey Danby Danvers, Gentleman,
b. 1891 ; Louisa Evelyn; and Florence Emily. Kes. —
Buenos Ayres,

Charles Danvers, Gentleman, b. 1864; w. 1887, Amelia
Mary, d. of lames Richard Muir of Sydney, Res. —
Sydney, N.S.W.

Sons of Frederick Samuel Danvers of Weybriilge, b.
1800; d. 1871 ; m. ist, Mary Matilda, d. of H. Middle-
ton of Wanstead : —
Alfred Thornton Danvers, Gentleman, b. 1838; ;«. 1874,
Lauretta Sarah, d. of Thomas Reynolds of Havelock,
N.Z. ; and has surv. issue— (i) Frederick Thomas Danvers,
Gentleman, b. 1877; (2) Alfred Vivian Danvers, Gentle-
man, b. 1884; (3) Eric Roland Danvers, Gentleman, b.
1889; Laura Mary ; and Rena Elsie, .ff^^. — Napier, Xew

Roland Danvers, Gentleman, h. 1843; m. 1893, Selina
Elizabeth, widow of John M'Ke'.vie and d. of Thomas
Amon. Res. —

D.L., and C.C. for Carnarvonshire, Lt.-Col. late Comdg. 6th
Batt. R.W.F. Born, May 9, 1844, being the fifth son of the
late Samuel Dukinfield Darbishire, Esq., J. P. for Carnarvon-
shire (High Sheriff 1855), of Pendyffryn, Conway, by his wife
Mary, third dau. of Robert Grierson Biackmore of Man-
chester. Armorial beaxings — Quarterly, i and 4, gules,
on a pile issuant from the dexter canton argent, three leo-
pard's face- of the field (for Darbishire) ; 2 and 3, argent,
a cross pointed and voided sable (for Dukinfield). Mant-
ling gules and argent. Crest -On a wreath of the colours,
issuant fn.m clouds, a dexter arm in armour embowed,
holding in the hand proper a cross pointed and voided
sable. Married, 1874, Mary L., dau. of William Eckersley.
Seat — Plas Mawr, Pt nmaenmawr. Club Reft rm (Liver-

DARBISHIRE (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, gules,
on a pile issuant from the dexter cant' n argent, three
leopards' faces of the fi Id (for Darbisiiire) ; 2 and 3, argent,
a cross pointed and voided sable (for Dukinfield), a rimllet
for difference. Mantling gules and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of tlie colours, issuant from clouds, a dexter arm in
armour embowed, the hand proper grasping a cross pointed
and voided sable. Motto — ' ' Durate et vincite." Livery —
White, with scarlet collar and cuffs, cr pale drab.

Son of George Stanley Darbisiiire, Esq., J. P., b. 1827;

d. 1904; in. 1851, Ellen (,/. 1882), second d of the

late John Caver of Belmont, Pendleton, Lanes. : —

Russell Nicholls Darbishire, Esq., J. P. Oxon., Capt. late

K.O. Roy. Lanes. Regt. and 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. ,

b. i860 ; m. 1887, Jersia Augusta, d. of late George Augustus

Hamilton-Chichester; and has issue — Francis Glynne

Alexander Darbishire, Gentleman, b. 1897. ^''- — Greys-
field, Henley-on-Thames. C/w^— Junior United Service.

DARBISHIRE (H. Cell.). Gules, on a;pile issuant from

the dexter canton argent, three leopards' faces of the field




quartering Dukinfield, a crescent for difference. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, issuant from clouds, a dexter
arm etnbowed in armour proper, the hand unmailed and
grasping a cross pointed and voided sable. Motto —
"Durate et vincite. "

Son of Henry Astley Darbishire, Esq., J. P., D.L.
Kent, b. 1825 ; d. 1899 ; m. 1858, Eliza, d. of Gecrge
Byng Paget, of Sutton Bonnington, Notts.: —
Harry Vernon Darbishire, Gentleman, b. 1864. Res. —

DARBISHIRE. Quarterly, i and 4, gules, on a pile
issuant from the dexter canton argent, three leopards' faces
of the field (for Darbishire) ; 2 and 3, argent, a cross
pointed and voided sable (for Dukinfield). [The family are
entitled to quarter the arms of other families appertaining

azure and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
a garb or, banded with a naval crown azure, in front of

to I Dukinfield.] Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, issuant from clouds, a dexter arm
in armour embowed, the hand proper, grasping a cross
pointed and voided sable. MottO — " Durate et vincite."

Son of James Edward Darbishire, Gentleman, b. 1852 ;

d. 1928 ; m. 1879, Susan, third dau. of the late Samuel

Swan of Manchester : —