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and has issue— Robert Vere Darwin, Gentleman, b. 1910 ;

Ursula Frances Elinor ; and Nicola Mary Elizabeth. Res.

— Gorringes, Downe, Kent.

Son of Charles Robert Darwin, Esq., J. P., b. 1809;
d. 1882 ; m. 1830, Emma, d. of Josiah Wedgwood:—
Major Leonard Darwin, M.P. for the Lichfield Div. of
Staffordshire 1892-1895, late R.E., b. 1850; m. ist, 1882,
Elizabeth Frances [d. 1898), d. of G. R. Eraser ; 2nd, 1900,
Charlotte Mildred, d. of Edmund Langton. Post, add.—
Cripp's Corner, Forest Row, Sussex. C/z//'J— Brooks's,
Junior United Service.


DASHWOOD of Kirtlington Park. Argent, on a fesse
double cotised gules, three griffins' heads erased or.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a griffin's head erminois erased gules. Sup-
porters — (Specially granted to Sir Henry WiUiam Dash-
wood by R.W. dated 15 Sept. 1883, with hmitation to
the heirs male of his body succeeding to the Baronetcy).
On either side a male griffin argent, gorged with a collar
flory counterfiory gules. Motto — " VirtutinihU invium."
Son of Sir Henry Wilham Dashwood, 5th Bart.,
b. 1816 ; d. 1889 ; m. 1845, Sophia, d. of John
Drinkwater, of Sherbourne House, co. Warwick : —
Sir George John Egerton Dashwood, 6th Bart., of
Kirtlington Park, co. Oxford (16 Sept. 1684), J.P., D.L.,
CO. Oxford, Capt. (ret.) Scots Fusilier Gds., h. 185 1 ;
m. 1875, Lady Mary Margaret Seymour, d. of 5th Mar-
quess of Hertford ; and has surv. issue— (i) Robert
Henry Seymour Dashwood, Esq., Maj. late 3rd Batt.
Oxford L.i., D.L. co. Oxford, b. 1876 \m. 1903, Marjorie,
d. of Lieut.-Gen. George Henry, C.B., R.E. ; and has
issue — George Henry Massy Dashwood, Esq., b. 1908 ;
John Arthur Dashwood, Gentleman, b. 1910 ; Barbara
Helen {Res. — Duns Tew, Deddington, Oxford)]; (2)
Arthur Paul Dashwood, Esq., O.B.E., Maj. (ret.) R.E., h.
1882 [w. 1919, Edmee Ehzabeth Monica, d. of Heiury
Ducarel de la Pasture, and has issue — Lionel Paul Dash-
wood, Gentleman, b. 1920 ; and Rosamund Margaret.
{Res. — Croyle, Kentisbeare, Cullompton, Devon)] ; (3)
Henry Godfrey Dashwood, 2nd Lieut. Oxon. and Bucks,
L.L, 6. 1889 \_m. 1918, Helen Gladys, d. of Rev. James
Cartmell, Fellow of Christ's Coll., Cambs.] ; Emily
Sophia {m. 1913, Alfred Rendall Street, of Sydney,
N.S.W., and has issue — Dorothy Constance] ; Margaret
Frances \m. 1909, Capt. Robert Henderson. King's Owm
Hussars (ret.), of Studley Priory, co. Oxford, and has
issue] ; and Muriel Helen. Res. — 3 Bardwell Road,
Oxford. C/m6— Travellers'.




DASHWOOD of West Wycombe. Argent, on a
fesse double cotised gules, three griifms' heads erased
or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of
the colours, a grif&n's head erased per fesse erminois and
gules. Motto — " Pro magna charta."

Second son of Sir Robert John Dashwood, 9th Bart.,

J. P., D.L., b. 1859 ; d. igo8 ; w. 1893, Clara

Adelaide Conyers, d. of Maj. Robert Lindsay : —

Sir John Lindsay Dashwood, loth Bart., of West

Wycombe, Bucks. (28 June 1707), b. 1896 ; m. 1922,

Helen Moira, d. of Lieut. -Col. Vernon Eaton, R. Canadian

Horse Artillery ; and has issue — Francis John Vernon

Hereward Dashwood, Esq., b. 1925 ; and Maud Helen

Sarah. Seat — West Wycombe Park, Bucks. Clubs — St.

J ames's, Caledonian.

D.AUBENEY of Cote. [This family is directly descended
in the male Hne from Robert de Todenei, Standard-Bearer
to William the Conqueror — Ped. H. Coll.] Quarterly, i
and 4, quarterly i. and iiii., gules, four fusils conjoined

in fesse argent (Daubeney, 13th century) ; ii. and iii., or
two chevronels within a bordure gules ; 2. sable, a bend
or, between six fountains (Stourton) ; 3. gules, three lions
rampant argent (Pauncefote). Mantling gules and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a holly-tree fructed
proper. Badge — Two bats' wings sable conjoined by a gold
cord. Motto — ".Ad finem fidelis."

Son of George Matthews Daubeney, Gentleman,

Barrister-at-Law, of Alston Lodge, Cheltenham, 6.

1800 ; d. 1881 ; m. 1830, Elizabeth, eld. d. of Humphrey

Creswicke of Hanham Court, Glos. : —
Henry Elias Daubeney, Gentleman, 6. 1848; m. 1880,
Eliza Hudson {d. 1905), d. of late James Bownesof Charlton
Kings ; and has issue— Cecily ; loan ; and Dorothy Eliza.

Sons of Rev. George William Daubeny, B.A. Camb.,

Rector of Knodishall, d. 1844 ; d. \ m. i^JZ, Anita,

d. of Henry Chilton : —
George Grant Daubeny, Gentleman, b. 1879; m. 1904,
Cara, d. of Rev. J. S. Cockburn-Hood, of Kirby-Fleetham,
and has issue — John George Daubeny, Gentleman, b. 1904 ;
Ronald Giles Daubenv, Gentleman, b. 1907; Joan; and

Percy Miles Daubeny, Gentleman, b. 1883; m. Muriel
Nesbitt, d. of Edward StT^nford of Aldringham, and has
issue — Nesbitt Elisabeth Nita; and Muriel Stella. Res. —

Son of Charles Daubeny, Gentleman M.D. , b. 1816;

d. 1895 ; m. 1856, Sarah Maria, d. of Rev. Henry
Cripps, D.L., of Preston Vicarage, Cirencester: —
Charles WiUiam Daubeny, Esq., Capt. (ret.) K.O.
Shropshire L. I., b. 1859 ; m. 1891, Edith Henrietta, yngst,
d. of Rev. John Gore, Vicar of Shalbourne, Wilts., and has
had issue — Charles John Odinel D»ubeny, Esq., Capt.
K.O. Shropshire L. I., b. 1895 ; killed inaction 1917 ; Edith
Avise Marie; Joan Maud; and Ellen Dulcibella. Res. —
The Brow, Combe Down, Bath. Club — Bath and County.
Sons of General James Daubeney, C.B. , late 62nd
Regt., b. 1826; m. 1855, Mary, d. of Sanmel Leveson
of Brighton: —
Arthur Charles Daubeney, (ientleman, b. 1872. Res. —
Lt.-Col. Cyril James Daubeney, Essex Regt. , b. 1876 ;
»i. 1913, Margery Muriel, d. of Alexander Lauderdale
Duncan, D.L., J. P., of Knossington Grange, co. Leicester,
and has issue — Peter Lauderdale Daubeney, Gentleman,
b. 1921 ; Daphne Louise ; and Yvonne Esm6. Club —
Naval and Military.

Son of Edward Daubeney, Esq., Major 67th Regt., b.
1829; m. 1865, Emily, d. of Charles Carpenter: —
Edward Charles Daubeney, Gentleman, b. 4 June, 1868.

Thomas Daubeney, Vicar of
1824; </. 1887 ; m. 1857, Mary
Kaye of Ampney Park, Ciren-

Sons of Rev. Robert
Ampney, Cirencester, b.
Cecilia, d. of William
cester : —

Brig. -Gen. Edward Kaye Daubeney, C.B.E., D.S.O.,
late Lt.-Col. 80th Regt., b. 1858; 7n. 1886, Eileen Gertrude,
d. of Sir Peter George Fitzgerald, Bart., 19th Knight of
Kerry ; and has issue — Thomas Edward Daubeney,
Gentleman, b. 1895. Res. — Framfield, Woodbridge,
Suffolk. Club — .Army and Navy.

Rev. Arthur Giles Daubeney, M.A.,

1861. Res. — The Vicarage, Heme, nr.

6th son of Giles Andrew Daubeney,


Vicar of Heme,
Esq., Capt. 82nd

1873, Louisa, d. of

Regt., b. 1849; d.
Thomas Hillersden Bulteel
Giles Bulteel Daubeney, Esq., D.S.O., Lt.-Col. late
R.A. , b 1882; m. 1921, Daisie, d. of Joshua de Pomeroy,
and has issue — Ralph de Pomeroy Daubeney, Gentleman,
b. 1922. Res. — The Anchorage, nr. Christchurch, Hants.
Yngr. sons of Rev. Edmund Thomas Daubeney [eld. s.
ofaboveGiles Andrew Daubeney], B.A. (Oxon.), Rector
of South Acre, Norfolk, b. 1840; d. 1914 ; m. Mary,
d. of Robert Castle, Esq., J. P., of Cleeve Court,
Somerset : —
Rev. Edmund Seymour Daubeney, Rector of Pewsey, b.
1868 ; ni. 1899, Muriel Constance Amy (d. 1907), d. of Sir
Somerville Arthur Gurney, K.C.V.O. Res. — Pewsey
Rectory, Wilts.

Rev. Andrew Robert Vaughan Daubeney, Vicar of
East Walton, King's Lynn, b. 1873 ; m. 1908, Rachael, d.
of the late Rev. Hon. John Harbord. Res. — East Walton
Vicarage, Kings Lynn.

Edward Alfred Daubeney, Esq., Major East Lanes.
Regt., b. 1863; m. 1897, Rhoda, d. of Robert Handsley,
Esq., J. P., ofReedley Lodge, Lanes.; and has issue —
Adeliza Joan. Res. — Walton-by-Clevedon, Somerset.

Son of Albert James Hesketh Daubeney, Esq. (3rd son

of above Giles .Andrew Daubeney), Lt.-Col. 107th Regt.,

b. 1844; d. ; in. 1866, Augusta, d. of above Robert

Castle, Esq. : —

Albert Hesketh Daubeney, Gentleman, b, 1877 ; tn. 1900,

Ada lane, d. of Frederick Reeves, of Reading, and has

issue — Rudolph Hesketh Daubeney, Gentleman, t. 1902.

Res. — Sonning Common, co. Oxford.

D.AUBENEY (H. Coll.). Gules, four fusils conjoined
in fesse argent. Ma^ntling gules and argent. Crest — On
a wreath of the colours, a hollybush fructed proper. Badge
— Two bats' wings sable conjoined by a gold cord. Motto
— " Ad linem fidelis.''

Second son of Simeon Daubeney, Gentleman, of

Nettlecombe and Povverstock, co. Dorset, b. 1823;

d. 1891 ; m. 1856, Sarah Anne, d. of Richard

Cousins, of Powersiock : —
Elijah Daubeney, Gentleman, b. 1874 ; w. 1894,
Louanna, d. of Charles Daubeney ; and has issue —
Elijah Albert James Daubeney, Gentleman (Res.—i^i
Reynolds Road, Southampton), b. 1895 [m. 1926. Sibylla
Edith Goodwin] ; Louis Edward Daubeney, Gentleman, b.
1897 [m. 1922, Annie Mary Winifred Murray, and has
issue — Robert Edward John Murray, Gentleman, b. 1928].
Res. — 2 Pell Street, Reading.




DAUGLISH (formerly DALGLEISH) (L.O. 1854).
Argent, an oak-tree eradicated and lying fesseways proper,
between two crescents in chief gules and a pheon in base

azure. Mantling gules, doubled argent. Crest — A
camel's head and neck couped proper. Motto — " Be

Son of Henry William Dauglish, Gentleman, b. 1827 ;

d. 1904 ; m. 1852, Eliza, d. of the Rev. Algernon

Wells :—
Milverton Godfrey Dauglish, Gentleman, Barristei-at-
Law, b. 1855. Post. add. — 52 Westbourne Park Road, W.

DAUNT (Vn. Glos. 1683). Quarterly, i and 4, argent,
a chevron sable, between three choughs' heads erased proper,
beaked gules ; 2 and 3, sable, a chevron between three
owls argent (Owlepen). Mantling sable and argent.
Crest— On a wreath of the colours, a bugle-horn or,
stringed sable. Motto — " Vigilio et spero."

Son of the Very Rev. Achilles Daunt, D.D. , of Tracton
Abbey, Dean of Cork, by his wife Catherine Mary, eld.
d. of Rev. John Leslie of Castlemartyr : —
Rev. Achilles Daunt, M.A. Oxon., Rector of Broome, co.
Norfolk 1892-96, Curate of Sherborne, Dorset 1898, b. 1867 ;
tn. ist, 1892, Ida, d. of Godfrey Carey of Rozel, Guernsey;
2nd, 1902, Georgina Graeme, d. of Rev. Lawrence Graeme
Allan Roberts; and has issue— (i) Achilles Daunt, Gentle-
man, b. 1894; (2) Leslie Henry Daunt, Gentleman, 1^. 1904.
5ifa/— Tracton Abbey, Kinsale, co. Cork. Res. — Sher-
borne, Dorset.

Son of Achilles Daunt, Esq., J. P., of Tracton Abbey,
by his wife Mary, third d. of John Isaac Heard, Esq.,
M.P. for Kinsale. : —
Rev. Edward Stephen Daunt, Clerk in Holy Orders,
of Greystones, co. Wicklow, m. 1873, Sarah Gertrude, d.
of the Rev. Robert William Whelan, Canon of St. Patrick's,
Dublin, and granddau. of James Pratt of Kinsale, co.
Cork; and has issue — (i) Edward Achilles Datmt, Gentle-
man, Lieut. Norfolk Regt., b. 1874; (2) William Percy
Daunt, Gentleman, b. 1883; (3) Hugh Maurice Daunt,
Gentleman, b. 1893; ^"d Violet Mary. Post. add. —
Somerset, Church Road, Greystones, co. Wicklow.

CO. Cork. Born Oct. 9, 1849, being the only son of
William Joseph O'Neill Daunt of Kilcascan. by his
wife Ellen, dau. of Daniel Hickey. Armorial bearings
(Vn. Glos. (1683)— Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a chevron
sable, between three chougijs' heads erased of the second,
beaked gules (Daunt) ; 2 and 3, sable, a chevron between
three owls argent (Owlpen). Mantling sable and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, ;i hutchet or bugle-horn
or, stringed sable. Motto — " Vigilo et spero. " Livery —
Dark blue, faced with red. Married, May 15, 1877, Anna
Maria, dau. of Bartholomew Corballis of Ber wit k-on-Tweed,
and niece of the late John Richard C- rballis, Q.C., of Rose-
mount, CO. Dublin ; and has surv. /<r — (i) Achilles Thomas

Wilson O'Neill Daunt, Gentleman, b. Aug. 15, 1880 ; (2)
Reginald Nigel Francis Joseph O'Neil Daunt, Gentleman,
b. 1889 ; Mary Henrietta Frances Louisa O'Neill \m. 1906,
Francis Goring Wilmer] ; and Mary Lncy Dorothea O'Neill.
Seats — Kilcascan Castle, Ballyneen, co. Cork.

DAUNTESEY of Agecroft (R.L. 7 Feb. 1913, H. Coll.).
Per fesse dancett^e or and gules, a lion rampant seizing
upon a wyvern erect counterchanged within a bordure
engrailed ermine, and (lor distinction) a canton vert.
Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a dragon's head erased vert, gorged with a collar
dancett^ and encircled by a chain or, and charged (for dis-
tinction) with a cross crosslet argent. Motto — "Virtus
sola invicta." Livery ~Gx^^x\, with yellow waistcoat.

Second son of Rev. Robert Harkness, M.A., late Rector
of St. Giles's, Wimborne, b. 1826; d. 1886 ; m. 1850,
Elizabeth, d. of William Seddcn of Stoneygate House,
CO. Leicester, and widow of Dr. Poswill :—
Lieut.-Col. William Bathurst Dauntesey (formerly Hark-
ness), C.B., C.B.E., R.M.A., and 9th Cheshire, .?'. 1864 ; m.
1912, Evelyn, d. and h. of late Capt. William Thomas
Slater Dauntesey of Agecroft Hall, Lanes. ; and has issue —
Patricia Evelyn Harkness ; and Vivien Isobel Harkness.
Seats — Agecroft Hall, Pendlebury, Lanes. ; Lovell's Court,
Marnhull, Dorset. C///j5— Naval and Military.


DAVENPORT (R.L. 1838, H. Coll.). Argent, a chevron
between three cross crosslets fitch^e sable, a canton azure,
for distinction. Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, a man's head couped at the shoulders

in profile proper, a rope round the neck or, and charged
upon the neck for distinction with a cross crosslet sable.
Motto — " Audaces fortuna juvat."

Sons of Capt. Charles Edgcunibe Davenport of Bramall
Hall, CO. Chester, formerly Capt. ist Foot, and D.L.
for the W. R. of Yorkshire (fourth son of Vice- Admiral
Sir Salusbury Price Humphreys Davenport of Weedon
Lodge, Aylesbury, and Bramall Hall, Stockport,
Cheshire, K.C.H. and C.B.), b. 1819 ; d. 1875; m.
Emma Anne Georgina, dau. of Very Rev. James




Webber, D.D. , Dean of Ripon and Canon of West-
minster, by his wife Caroline Frances, dau. of the
R< V. Charles F'ynes-Clinton : —
Major Cyril lames Humphreys Davenpoit, Esq, V.D.,
J. P., F.S.A., Knight of Grace of the Venerable Order of
tiie of St. John of Jerusalem ; Major on retd.
list of the Auxiliary Forces; late Superintendent of Book-
binding in the British Mu^eum ; />. 1848; m. March 21, 1878,
Constance Georgina Marsland, dau. of Major Trevor
Humphreys Davenport (second son of .Admiral SirS. P. H.
Davenport), and his wife Frances, dau. of the Hon.
Jonathan Sewell, Chief-Justice of the Canadas, LL. D. ; and
has surv. issue — Dorothy Hill Trevor. Post. add. —
Brainall Lodge, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, Sussex. Clubs—
Whitefriars, Burlington Fine Arts', Sette of Odd Volunies.
Rev. .Mexander Edward Fiennes-Clinton Davenport,
M..-\. Oxon., Clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Stren^ham,
Worcs., h. i86i ; m. 1891, Florence Roe, d. of William
Green, and has issue — Rev. Salusbury Fynes Davenport,
Clerk in Holy Or.lers, b. rB<)6; Clinton Edgcumbe Daven-
port, Gentleman, t". 1897 ; Joan Mildred ; and Florence
Ruth. Res. — Strensham Rectory, Worcs.

D.WENPORT (H. Coll., descending from Ormus de
Davenport, temp. Conquest). Quarterly, i and 6, argent,
a chevron between three cross crosslets fiichte sable
(Davenport, temp. Edw. IV., probably earlier) ; 2. quarterly,
per fesse indented gules and or {temp. Edward IV.); 3.
argent, on a chevron gules, five bezants, a bordure en-
grailed of the second (Chetilton) ; 4. gules, on a chevron
argent, three roses of the tirst (Browe) ; 5. or, three in-
escutcheons sable, each charged with an eagle displayed
argent (Waverton — arms confd. and crest granted 1571).
Mantling sable and argent. Crest - On a wreath of the
colours, a man's head couped at the shoulders in profile
proper, around the neck a rope or. Motto — " Audentes
fortuna juvat."

Only child and heir of Edmund Henry Davenport,
Esq., J. P. , of Davenport, Shropshire, 3. 1839; d. 1890;
m. 1875, Margaret Ann (now of Davenport), d. of
James Morrison Smith, R.M. , Tasmania: —
Hilda Marguerite, b. 1879 ; m. 1904, Cuthbert Leicester-
Warren, Esq. [q.v.]. Post. add. — Tabley House, Knuts-

Yr. son of William Sharington Davenport, Esq., J. P.,
of Davenport, b. 1808 ; d. 187 r ; m. 1835, Catherine
Louisa, d. of Samuel Peter Marindin of Chesterton,
Salop : —
Vivian Davenpoit, Gentleman, late Lieut. 26th Regt.
b. 1843 ; m. 1874, Frances Gratiana, d. of George Nicholas
of Harley Street ; and has issue — Vivian Hugh Stuart Daven-
port, Gentleman, b. ; and Violet Catherine. Res. —
Son of Talbot Neville Fawsett Davenport, Gentleman,

Lieut. R.L Rifles, b. at Kurachi, Scinde, India, 9 Sept.

1878 ; d. 1905 [Arms as above, but the sixth quartering
the arms of Ussher, viz. : azure, a chevron ermine
between three batons or], m. 1903 : —
Ormus Neville Talbot Davenport, Gentleman, b. 1904.

DAVENPORT (H. Coll., 8 Dec. 1924). Per chevron
or and azure, in chief two cross crosslets fitchee, and
in base a chaplet of oak fructed counterchanged.
Mantling azure and or. Crest— On a wreath of the
colours, a man's head couped at the shoulders, with a
rope round the neck proper, and wreathed about the
temples argent and sable, within an arch of oak fructed
also proper. Motto — " Fac et spera." Livery — Blue
and gold.

Son of William Davenport, Gentleman, of London,

b. 1834; d. 1902; m. 1857, Emma, d. of John

Atkinson, of Coventry : —

Sir Henry Edward Davenport, Knt. Bach. (1928), J.P,

CO. of London, Sheriff of City of London 1927-28,

b. 1866 ; m. 1st, 1889, Florence Ellen {d. 1910), d. of

Robert Hazleton, of London ; 2nd, 1910, Annie Frances,

d. of Edward Smith, of Twickeiiham ; and has surv.

issue — Ethel Florence ; Bertha Ellen. Res. — 192 Queen's

Gate, S.W. ; Shoreham, Sussex. Club — City Livery.

19 10, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, argent, a cross engrailed,
and couped flory sable, between in chief two Cornish choughs
proper, and in base as many trefoils slipped of the second
(Humphreys) ; 2. argent, three mascles within two barrulets
gules, the whole between three goats passant sable, armed
and unguled or (Handley); 3. argent, a chevron between
three cross crosslets fitch(^e sable, a canton azure (Daven-
port). Crests — I. upon a wreath of the colours, in front of
a boar's head erased argent, a trefoil slipped sable
(Humphreys) ; 2. upon a wreath of the coloiu-s, a goat
passant sable, armed and unguled, charged on the body
with two mascles interlaced, and holding in the mouth a
trefoil slipped, all or (Handley); 3. upon a wreath of the
colours, a man's head couped at the shoulders proper
around the neck a rope or, and charged upon the neck (for
distinction) with a cross crosslet fitchee sable (Davenport).
Motto, ' ' Audaces fortuna juvat."

Sons of John William Handley Davenport-Handley-
Humphreys, Esq., of Clipsham, Oakham, co. of Rut-
land (only son of Lt.-Col. William Davenport-Daven-
port, J. P., D.L., of Bramhall Hall, co. Chester), J.P.
and D. L. , b. 1851 ; assumed the additional name and
arms of Handley by R.L. 1881, under the will of his
maternal uncle, John Handley of Clipsham, and by a
further R.L. 6 April, 1910, the additional surname of
Humphreys, and the arms of Humphreys quarterly
with those of Davenport and Handley ; d. 1914 ; m. ist,
1876, Fanny Constance Mabel, yst. d. of the late John
Jervis Broadwood of Buchan Hill, county of Sussex
(which marriage was dissolved 1885) ; 2nd, 1887, Eliza
Allen, daughter of the late Chief-Justice Harding, of
Natal : —
John Davenport-Handiey-Humphreys, Esq., J.P. Rut-
land, b. 1877; m. 1918, Dinah Dorothy, d. of the late
Andrew David Levien of Higher Broughton, Manchester,
and has issue — David John Davenport-Handiey-Humphreys
Gentleman.^. 1919; and Ruth. Estate and postal address
— Clipsham Hall, near Oakham.

Charles Davenport-Handiey-Humphreys, Gentleman, b.

DAVEY (H. Coll., 1894). Ermine, a chevron sable,
between three mullets pierced gules, in the centre chief
point a balance or. Mantling sable and argent. Crest —
On a wreath of the colours, a demi-lion proper, holding
between the paws a mullet pierced gules, and supporting
under the sinister paw a sword, point downwards, also
proper, hilt and pommel or. MottO — " J'essayerai."

Son of Rt. Hon. Sir Horace Davey, Baron Davey of

Fernhurst, Sussex, a Lord of .Appeal in Ordinary and

a Life Peer, M. A. (Oxon.), D.C.L., F.R.S., b. 1833; d.

1907; m. 1862. Louisa Hawes, d. of John Donkin: —

Hon. Horace Scott Davey, CM. G., Lt.-Col. i8th Hussars,

served in S. Africa 1899-1900, and Great War, b. 1865; m.

1892, Annie Caroline, d. of Major-Gen. Charles A. Cuning-

ham ; and has issue— (i) Horace Balfour Davey, Esq., M.C.,

Maj. R.A.F. , b. 1894; (2) Charles George Cuningham

Davev, Esq., M.C. , Capt. Gordon Highlanders, b. 1896

[m. 1924, Hilda Lexcey, d. of Lt.-Col. H. E. Boxshall,

S.R.E.S of Woking] ; (3) Francis Granville Gordon Davev.




Gentleman, Lieut. R. Corps of Signals, b. 1898; and
Dorothy Anne [m. 1924, Lt.-Comdr. A. H. B. Day, R.N.].
Res. — 9 Somerset Place, Bath. C/ki5j— Naval and Military,

DAVID of Bombay (H. Coll., 1911). Or, a lion dormant
azure, on achief of the last two triangles interlaced, between
on the dexter a harp, and on the sinister a lily leaved and
slipped, all of the first. Mantling azure and or. Crest—




On a wreath of the colours, a harp or .between two branchs
of olive slipped proper. Motto—" Deus pastor meus."

Eld. surv. son of Sir Sassoon David, ist Bart. (1911),

of Bombay, J. P., Member of the Bombay Municipal

Corporation, Member of Council of Viceroy of India,

b. 1849; d. 1926; m. 1876, Hannah, daughter of Elias

David Sassoon of Bombay, and sister of Sir Jacob

Elias Sassoon, ist Bart.: —

Sir Percival Victor David Ezekiel David, and Bart.,

(12 Dec. 1911), b. 1893; m. 1913, Vera Mozelle, d. of

Abraham (Aubrey) David, of St. Margaret's, Mount Park,

Harrow-on-the-Hill ; and has issue — Katharine Viola

Monica. Res. — Friar Park, Henley-on-Thames.

DAVID (H. Coll., 16 Dec. 1921). Per fesse sable and
ozengy argent and gules, in chief three escallops or.
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a griffin sejant vert, resting the sinister claw on
an escallop as in the arms. Motto — " Pro aris et

Son of John David, Gentleman, of Kenfig Hill,
Dyle, CO. Glamorgan, b. • d. ; m. : —

Edward Thomas David, Solicitor of the Supreme Court
of Judicature, b. . Res. — Penshurst, Newton Not-

tage, CO. Glamorgan.

DAVID (H. Coll., 1910)- Argent, a chevron between
in chief two mullets pierced, and in base a lymphad sail
furled sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a lamb argent
resting the dexter foot upon a harp or.

Sons of Rev. William David, M.A., formerly Priest

Vicar in Exeter Cathedral, b. 1829 ; d. 1909 ;

m. 1859, Antonia Theresa, d. of Hermann Altgelt',

of Diis? Viorf : —

Rev. William Hermann David, M.A. (Oxon.), Clerk in
Holy Orders, Vicar of Holybourne, Hants., formerly
Head Master of Kelly College, Tavistock, and Vicar of
Portsmouth, b. i860 ; m. 1887, Eleanor Mary, 3rd d. of
the late Rev. Canon Robert Newman Milford, formerly
Rector of East Knoyle, Wilts. Res. — Holybourne
Vicarage, Hants.

Rt. Rev. Albert Augustus David, D.D., Bishop of
Liverpool (1923), b. 1867; m. 1910, Edith Mary, d. of
T. W. Miles, P.W.D. India ; and has issue — John
Brooke David, Gentleman, b. 1912 ; William Miles
David, Gentleman, b. 1916; Albert Patrick David,
Gentleman, b. 1921. Res. — Bishop's Lodge, Mossley
Hill, Liverpool ; Skipper's Close, Trebetherick, Wade-
bridge, Cornwall.

DAVID (H. Coll.). Azure, on a plain bend argent,
cotisad indented or, between two quatrefoils of the last,
three boars' heads couped sable. Mantling azure and or.

Crest — Upon a mount vert, between two quatrefoils or, a
dove holding in the beak a sprig of olive proper, and
gorged with a collar gemel also or. MottO — " Ffyddlon
hyd angau. "

Son of Evan Edgar David, Esq., J. P., M.A., Barrister-
at-Lavv, b. 1853; d. 1926; m. 1887, Mabel Gwladys
St. Mawr (d. 1888), third surv. d. of John Whitlock
Stradling-Carne, Esq., D.C. L. , D.L., of St. Donat's
Castle, Bridgend : —
Evan John Came David, Esq., M.C. , M.A., Maj. T. F.,

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