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Cremome, of Castle Dawson, Monaghan, b. 1855 ; s. his
brother 1920 ; m 1878, Mary Frances, Baroness de Ros :
and has issue — Lady Una Marv [tn. 1904, Arthur John
Ross, Esq., J. P. (killed in action 1917); and has issue —
Peter Ross, b. 1906; Charles Dudley Anthony Ross, b.
1907 (Res. — Old Court, Strangford, co, Down
Ulster)] ; Lady Maud Elizabeth (/?«.— Quickley Brow'
Chorley Wood, Herts.) ; Lady Eleanor Charlotte
Augusta [w.ist, 1906, Capt. Aubrey Palmer, from whom
she obtained a divorce 1920), 2nd, 1920, Janas Orsalya
Kiss, of Szatabya, Hungary ; and has issue by ist mar-
riage (Res. — Oreghegy, Balaton Almadi, Hungary)].
Sca<— Dartrey, Monaghan. Res. — 22 Wellington Court,
Knightsbridge. Clubs — Guards', Travellers'.

DAWSON of Edgwarebm-y (H.Coll.). Azure, on a chev-
ron ermine between three bird-bolts argent, a rose gules
leaved and slipped between two daws respectant proper.
Mantling azure and argent. Crest — Out of a naval
crown or, a daw proper.

Son of Hugh Dawson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law : -

Sir (Arthur) Trevor Dawson, ist Bart. (U.K., 5 Feb.,
1920), of Edgwarebury House, Herts., Knt. Bach.
(1909), Comdr. (Emergency List) R.N., M.I.C.E.,
M.I.M.E., Man. Dir. and Supt. of Ordnance at Vickers,
Ltd., b. 1866 ; m. 1892, Louise, d. of John Miller
Grant; and has issue — Hugh Trevor Dawson, Esq.,
Lieut.- Comdr. R.N., b. 1893 [m. 1918, Vera Anne, d. of
Sir Frederick Halliday, CLE., M.V.O., Commissioner
of Police, Calcutta ; and has surv. issue — Ursula Anne
Trevor ; Avice Louise Trevor ; Patricia Elinor Trevor
(Res.— The Thistles, Elstree, Herts.)]; Iris (m. 1917,
Brig.-Gen. John Micklem, D.S.O., M.C, Rifle Brigade
(ret.), of Claysmore, Enfield] ; Eva May [m. 1917, Maj.
Ralph Micklem, C.M.G., of Elm Lodge, Elstree, Herts. ;
and has issue] Seat — Edgwarebury House, Elstree,
Herts. Town res. — 6 Great Stanhope Street, W. Clubs
— United Service, Ranelagh, Marlborough.

DAWSON (U.O.). Quarterly, i and 4, azure, onabend
engrailed or, three martlets gules ; 2 and 3, azure, three
torches erect, two and one, argent, enflamed gules. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours,
an estoile of six points or. Supporters (H. Coll., Oct. 4,
1915) — Dexter, an Irish wolf-dog; sinister, an elk, both
proper, plain collared and chained or, and each charged on
the shoulder with a crescent, also or. Motto — " Toujours
propice."

Son of Lt.-Col. the Hon. Thomas Vesey Dawson, M.P. ,
son of 2nd Baron Cremorne, b. 1819; killed at the
battle of Inkerman 1854; m. 1856, Hon. Augusta
Fitz-Patrick, d. of ist Baron Castletown: —
Sir Douglas Frederick Rawdon Dawson, G.C.V.O. (1911),
K.C.B. (civ. 1925), CM. G. (1898), Comptroller in the Lord
Chamberlain's Department 1907-20, Sec. to the Order of
the Garter since 1904, Master of the Ceremonies tu H.M.
1904-7, Lt.-Col. and Brev. Col. late Coldstream Gds.,
served in the Egyptian Campaign 1882 and Nile Expedition
1884-5, Mil. Attach^ at Vienna 1890-95, and at Paris
1 895-1901, J. P. Bucks., has the Medjidie (3rd class).
Grand Officer of Legion of Honour, Grand Cross Crown
of Belgium, Crown of Italy, Crown of Roumania, Knt.
Commdr. of Iron Crown of Austria, Knt. Comtndr. of the
Order of the North Star (Sweden), Red Eagle (Prussia),
RisingSun (Japan), ^. 1854; m. 1903, Aim^e Evelyn, O.B.E.,
d. of the laie Gonlon Pirie of Chateau de Varennes, and
widow of Herbert Oakley. Res. — Remenham Place, Henley-
on-Thames. Clubs — Turf, Arthur's.

DAWSON (H. Coll.). Per pale indented argent and
gules, two demi-lions combatant couped, all counter-
changed. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
wreath of the colours, the head of an Ophiomachus
argent, erased gules. Motto — " Vincit determinatio."
Son of Dawson, Gentleman, of : —

Albert Edward Dawson, Esq., O.B.E., 6. . Res.—
Villa Tairones, Paseo Atocha, San Sebastian, Spain.

DAWSON (H. Coll). Or, a daw the wings elevated
sable, a bordure azure charged with five rams' heads

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couped at the neck, and as many suns alternating of the
field. MantliDg sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the




colours, a daw, the wings elevated and addorsed sable,
supporting with the dexter claw a sunflower slipped
and leaved proper. Motto — " Laetus sorte mea."

Elder son of Joseph Dawson, Gentleman, of Wins-
ley, Ripley, nr. Harrogate, b. 1846 ; d. 1914 ; vt.
1873, Isabella Caroline, d. of John Scriven, Gentle-
man, of Otley : —
Benjamin Dawson, Esq., J.P., W.R. Yorks., b. 1878 ;
m. 1906, Anne Ellen, d. of Lister Saville, of Bradford ;
and has issue — Lawrence Saville Dawson, Gentleman,
b. 1908 ; Bessie Scriven ; Joan Scriven. Estate —
Nun-Appleton, Yorks. Seat — Nun-Appleton Hall.
Club — City Livery.

DAWSON of Langcliffe Hall (H. Coll.). Vert, on a
bend invected double cottised plain or, three martlets of
the first. Mantling vert and or. Crest — On a wreath
of the colours, upon a staff raguly fessewise or, a cat's
head erased affrontee proper, gorged with a collar flory
counterflory or, holding in the mouth a rat fessewise,
also proper.

Son of George Robinson, Esq., of Skipton-in-Craven,
b. 1835 ; d. 1907 ; m. Mary Perfect, of Langcliffe
Hall :—
George Geofirey Dawson, Esq., J. P., W.R. York?.,
M.A., Oxford, Editor of the Times 1912-19, and again
from 1923, Fellow of All Souls', and Hon. Fellow Magda-
len Coll., Oxford, Fellow of Eton, and of the Rhodes
Trustees, b. 1874, assumed by R.L., 3 July 1917, his
uncle's name of Dawson in lieu of Robinson; nt. 19 19,
Margaret Cecilia, d. of Hon. Sir Arthur Lawley, G.C.S.L ;
and has issue — Michael Dawson, Gentleman, b. 1920;
Belinda Mary; and Jane Elizabeth. Seat — LangcHffe
Hall, Settle, Yorks. Town res. — 23 Sussex Place,
Regent's Park, N.W. Clubs — Travellers', Athenaeum,
Beefsteak.

HENRY PHILIP DAWSON, Esquire, Lieutenant-
Colonel late Royal Artillery, J. P. West Rdg. Ycrks.
Born July 27, 1850, being the elder son of Henry Dawson,
Gentleman, Lieutenant 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers),
by his wife Harriet Emma, daughter of General Sir Philip
Bainbrigge, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable
Order of the Bath. Armorial bearings (Nov. 5, 1802)
— Azure, on a bend engrailed argent, three daws sable.
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a mantling azure and argent ; and for his Crest, on
a wreath of the colours, a cat's head erased guardant argent,
gorged with a mural crown or, in the mouth a rat fesse-
wise proper; with the Motto, "Amor meus crucifixus."
Livery — Blue, silver buttons. Married, 1886, Mary Louisa,
daughter of the Reverend W. L. Bevan, Canon of St.



David's, and Vicar of Hay ; and has Issue — Henry
Christopher Dawson, Gentleman, born 1889, and Gwendo-
line Mary. Estates — Manor of Hartiington, in the parish
of Burnsall ; and land at Settle ; all in Craven, in the
county of York. Postal address — Hartiington Hall, Burn-
sall, Skipton, Yorks. Club — Junior United Service.

DAWSON (H. Coll.). Ermine, three pallets engrailed
gules, on a canton sable, a stag lodged argent. Mantling
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a mount vert, in front of a quiver palewise or, with arrows
therein proper, a talbot statant sable, charged with two
buckles gold. Motto — " Perseverando." Livery— XizxV
blue, white facings.

Sons of William Christopher Dawson, Esq., J. P.

W. R. CO. Yorks., Col. and Hon. Col. 2ndW.Y.V.R.E.,

V. D. , Lord of the Manor of Weston, b. 1857 ; d. 1912 ;

m. 1882, Kate, fifth d. of Thomas George Robinson: —
William Stopham Dawson, Esq., J. P. W.R. Yorks.,
late Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. (S. R.) W. R. Yorks.
Regt. , served Great War 1914-19, b. 1885 ; m. 2nd, 1924,
Dorothy, 4th d. of WiUiam Illingworth, of Bradford.
Seat — Weston-Askwith, Brompton-on-Svvale. Res. — Ash-
field House, Otley, Yorks.

John Vavasour Dawson, Gentleman, b, 1890.

DAWSON (H. Coll.). Azure, on a pile erminois between
two suns in splendour, in base or a daw close sable. Mant-
ling azure and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, in
front of a sun rising or, a daw as in the arms between two
ears of wheat stalked and leaved, also or. Motto — " Vincit
omnia Veritas."

Son of : —

William Henry Dawson, Gentleman, b. , Res. —
Maple Bank, Otley, Yorks.

DAWSON, formerly of Carlton, Yorks. (U.O.). Azure
a chevron ermine, between three arrows or, feathered
and barbed argent, on a chief of the last a fleur-de-lys
between two Cornish choughs sable. Mantling azure
and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cat's
head affrontee, erased ermines, holding a rat argent.
Motto — " Vit;e via valor." Livery — Dark blue, with
silver facings.



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Only son of Rev. Edwin Collas Dawson, M.A.,
Canon Res. of Edinburgh, Synod Clerk, Edinburgh
Diocese, Proctor in Convocation, b. 1849 ; d. 1925 ;
m. 1875, Lucy Mackinlay Munro (d. 1917), <i- of the
late Col. Robert Wyllie, Under-Sec. for India, of
Fremington House, Devon : —
Rev. Robert Basil Dawson, M.A. (Oxon.), Clerk in
Holy Orders, Vicar of Embleton, formerly Vicar of
Kirkharle, Northumberland, and of Irthington, Cumber-
land, b. 1877 ; m. 1917, Kathleen Olive Harkness, d. of
the late Ludovic Charles Andre de Monton, Comte de
Lobau, of Hoole Hall, Cheshire ; and has issue —
Christopher St. Maur Azerley Dawson, Gentleman,
b. 1923 ; and Barbara Ludovica. Res. — Embleton
Vicarage, nr. Christen Bank, Northumberland.



DAWSON (U.O.). Argent, five daws, three in pale,
between two in fesse, aU proper. Mantling sable and



DAWSON-LAMBTON (H. Coll.). Gules, on a fesse
engrailed ermine, between two lambs passant in chief
argent antl a mascle in base or, three mullets of the field.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a toiteau charged with a lamb's head in profile
couped at the neck ermine, within two branches of oak
or.

Son of John Dawson-Lambton of Biddick, co. Durham,
i. ; d. ; m. : —

John Dawson-Lambton, Gentleman, i. . /fes. —



DAY, see CRANSTOUN-DAY. FITZGERALD-DAY.

DAY of Port Elizabeth, S. Africa (H. Coll., 2 Oct. 1905).
Or, a chaplet of roses proper, en a chief gules, a mullet of
six points argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest — On a




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argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a daw
proper, holding in the dexter claw a cross crosslet or.
Motto—" Persto."

Son of William Dawson, Gentleman, of Sulby,
Isle of Man : —
Rev. Prebendary Wilham Rodgers Dawson, M.A.,
Clerk in Holy Orders ; Head Master of Brighton College
since 1906, Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral, 1924,
b. 1871 ; m. , Frances Margaret, d. of Thomas

Sykes, of Liverpool ; and has issue — (i) William Aubrey
Gardner Dawson, Gentleman, b. ; (2) Dennis

Rodgers Dawson, Gentleman, b. ; (3) Paul Ewan

Rodgers Dawson, Gentleman, b. ; (4) Michael

Anthony Rodgers Dawson, Gentleman, b. ;

(5) Richard Miles Rodgers Dawson, Gentleman, b. ;

and 3 daus. Res. — The College, Brighton, Sussex.



DAWSON-GROVE (U.O.). Gules, a dragon, repre-
senting a Chinese dragon rampant or, langued azure,
between three trefoils argent. Mantling gules and or.
Crest — A demi-dragon, representing a Chinese dragon
rampant or, langued azure. Motto — " Aut vincere aut
mori."

Son of : —

Heremon Dawson-Grove, Gentleman, M.A. (Dublin),
F.R.G.S., Dep. Commissioner of Chinese Customs,
Member of the Chinese Orders of the Double Dragon
and of the Excellent Crop, b. . Res. —



wreath of the colours, two wings erect argent, issuant
therefrom two dexter hands clasped and supporting a flag-
staff, all proper, flowing therefrom to the sinister a banner
or, charged with a chaplet as in the arms. Motto — " Love
and fidelity."

Only son of William John Cranstoun Day, d. 1841 ;

d. 1901 ; m. 1864; Amelia Ann, ygst. dau. of James

Avery of Rotherhithe : —
Thomas Nathaniel Cranstoun- Day, Gentleman, ChevaUer
of the Imperial Order of the Rose of Brazil, i. 1871 ; m.
1914, Madeline Edith, only child and sole heir of Henry
Dennis Edwards {d. 1921), of Cape Town, and has issue —
John Dennis Cranstoun-Day, Gentleman, d. 1916 {y.v.) ;
and Isabel Avery. Post. add. — Yorkshire Insurance
Buildings, 38 Strand Street, Cape Town, S. Africa.



DAY (U.O.). Per chevron or and azure, a crescent
between three mullets, all counterchanged. Mantling
azure and or. Crest — Upon a wreath of the colours, two
hands clasping each other in fesse proper, conjoined at the
wribts to a pair of wings, the dexter or, the sinister azure,
the former charged with a mullet, the latter with a crescent
counterchanged. Motto — " Sic itur ad astra."

Son of late Rev. W. Tottenham Day, M.A. (Trin.

Coll., Dub.), Rector of Rathclarin, co. Cork, d. 1810;

d. 1876; m. Alicia, d. of Rev. John Quarry, LL.D. : —
Rev. William Tottenham Collins Day, M.A. (Trin. Coll.,
Dub.), Rector of Killeagh, i. 16 Feb. 1847. /?e!. — Bram-
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DAY (U.O. , 1840). Per chevron argent and azure, three
mullets counterchanged. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — Two dexter hands clasped together proper, each
from a wing expanded quarterly or and azure counter-
changed. Motto — " Sicituradastra." Livery — Dark blue,
white facings, silver buttons.

Sons of Rt. Rev. Maurice Day, D.D., M.A. (Dub.),
Bishop of Clogher, b. 1843 ; d. 1923 ; m. 1873,
Charlotte Frances Mary Forbes, d. of Herbert Taylor
Ottley of 25 York Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. : —

Rt. Rev. John Godfrey Fitz Maurice Day, M.A. (Camb.),
D. D. (Dub.), Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin since
1920, Missionary Camb. Univ. Mission to Delhi, India,
1902-9; Vicar St. Ann's, Dublin, 1913-20; Canon Christ-
church, Dublin, 1914-20; b. 1874; m. 1922, Cecily, d. of
the late Richard Langrishe, F.R.I. A. I., of Archersfield,
Kilkenny. Res. — The Palace, Kilkenny. Club — University
(Dublin).

Herbert Taylor Ottley Day, Gentleman, B.A. (Dub.),
A.M.I.C.E., Chief Engineer, Grand Canal Coy., Ireland,
b. 1875. Address — Caledonian Hotel, South Great George's
Street, Dublin. Club — University (Uubliu).

Maurice Fitz Maurice Day, Esq., M.C. , Lt.-Col. ist
King's Own Yorkshire Lt. Inf., b. 1878; m. 1918, Eleanora
Carroll, d. of "James Dudley Morgan, of Dudley Chevy
Chase, Maryland, U.S.A. Res.— d Connaught Street,
Hyde Park, W. Clubs — United Service, Queen's, Sports'.

DAY. Ermine, on a pale gules, a horse-shoe or, a chief
azure, thereon a crescent between two suns in splendour of
the third. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a
w eath of the colours, upon a mount vert, a greyhound's
head erased argent, collared, with line afhxed thereto gules,
in front a fountain.

Son of William Henry Day, Gentleman, M.D. , b. 1830 ;

m. i860, Emma, elder dau. of the late WiUiam Cripps

Kitchener of Newmarket, Suffolk : —
Francis Henry Cripps Day, Gentleman, Barrister-at-Law,
b. 1864. Postal address —

DAYRELL of LiUingstone Dayrell (H. Coll.). Argent
three bars sable, charged with six cinquefoils of the first
Mantling sable and argent. Crest — A goat's head erased
argent. Motto — "Secure vivere mors est."

Eld. and only surv. son of Capt. Edmund Marmaduke

Dayrell, J. P., R.N. (ret.), b. 1835; d. 1909; m. ist,

1866, Isabella -\nne, youngest d. of Col. W. C. Elphin-

stone HoUoway, C.B., R.i^., of Belair, Devon: —

Gercdd Marmaduke de Langport Dayrell, Esq.,

Maj. 3rd Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., b. 1868 ; m. 1903,

Georgina Amye Blanche, only d. of Charles Edward

Bright, C.M.G. ; and has surv. issue — (i) Charles Gerald

Marmaduke Dayrell, Gentleman, iJ. 1912; (2) Elphinstone

Richard Edmund Dayrell, Gentleman, b. 1912; and Joan

Ada Georgina. Res. — 113 Warwick Road, S.W. Club — •

Junior United Service.

Dayrell late of Shudy Camps. Arms, as above.
Son of Rev. Francis Robert Dayrell, B.A., late Curate
of Baschurch, Shrewsbury, b. 1852; d. 1913; w. 1878,
Violet Elizabeth, d. of W. A. Eyton of Barford House
CO. Warwick, Capt. 49th Regt.: —

Francis William Dayrell, Gentleman, b. 1882; w. 1913;
and has issue — Eileen Lawley, Res. —

DEAKIN, see NEWTON-DEAKIN.
DEAN, see COOPER-DEAN.

8 BERKELEY ST. GEORGE DEANE, Esquire, J. P.
CO. Wicklow, Commander R.N. Born 1844, being the
eldest son of the late George Knudson Deane, Esq., J.P. ,
by his wife Isabella, dau. of John Wise of Bahernagore,
CO. Cork. Armorial bearings — Argent, on a chevron
gules, between three Cornish choughs sable, beaked and
legged of the second, as many crosses pat^e of the field.
Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a tortoise displayed proper. Motto — " Ferendo
non fenendo." Married, June 1880, Emily Jane, dau.
of Nelson Houghton of the Isle of Wight ; and has
Issue — Olive Isabel. Seat —

DEANE of The Boyce Court. Vert, on a chevron
between three gryphons' heads erased or, seven mullets of
six points sable. Mantling vert and or. Crest— On a



wreath of the colours, between two wings vert, each charged
with a bezant, thereon a mullet of six points of the first,
a gryphon's head erased or, thereon a fesse also vert. Motto
— " Fideliter."

Eld. son of Rev. George Deane, Rector of Bighton,
Hants., m. Mary, d. of Thomas Grant, J. P., of Sober-
ton, Hants. : —
George Onslow Deane, Esq., J.P. co, Gloucester, b. 1828 ;
m. 1852, Georgiana Matilda, only dau. of Gen. John
Drummond; and has surv. issue— (i) Horace Drumniond
Deane-Drunimond, Esq. [q.v.)\ (2) George Fitzgerald
Deane, Gentleman (6V«*— Jun. Carlton), <?. 1861 \m. 1897,
Evelyn, second d. of the lafe Chas. Combe, Esq., J. P.,
D.L. , of Cobham Park, Surrey; and has issue— Malcolm
Richard Boyce Deane, Gentleman, b. 1899] ; and four daus.
Seat — The Boyce Court, Dymoke, co. Glos.

DEANE (H. Coll., 2 Oct. 1907). Gules, a sword erect,
point upwards or, between two lions' heads erased and
addorsed argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest— On a
wreath of the colours, a sword erect point upwards or,
between two lions' heads erased and addorsed, as in the
arms. Motto — " Fortis labore.

Son of Lt.-Col. Sir Harold Arthur Deane, K.C.S. I.,
b. 1854; d. 1908; m. 1880, Mary Gertrude, d. of Gen.
John Roberts, B.C.S. : —

Henry Harold Rookhurst Deane, Esq., Capt. Ind. Army,
t. 1889. Address— cjo Grindlay & Co. , 55 Parliament Street,
S.W.

Sons ( f Rev. Henry Deane, b. \ d. ; m. : —

Capt. Richard Burton Deane, I.S.O. , late Royal Marines
and North- West Mounted Police, b. 1848; m. ist, 1870,
Martha Critchell, d. of the late John Earl Ridout of Ring-
wood, Hants. ; 2nd, 1908, Mary, d. of the late Capt. Barry
Valentine Dennehy of the 12th Royal Lancers; 3rd, 1917,
Mary, d. of the late Capt. Thyne, R.I.M., and has issue
(by 2nd marriage) — i son; 2 daus. Res. — Minnehaha,
Watcombe Road, Southbourne, Hants.

Lt.-Col. and Brev.-Col. George Williams Deane, C.B.
(1905), Indian Army (ret.), served in Afghan War 1878-9
(medal), with Egyptian Exp. 1882 (despatches, medal and
clasp, bronze star), with Burmese Exp. 1887-8 (mei;al and
clasp), on N.-W. Frontier of India 1897-8 (despatches,
medal and clasp), b. 1850; m. 1876, Jessie, third d. of late
Dep. Insp.-Gen. A. Lorimer, H.E.I.C.S. Res.— 7 Palace
Gardens Terrace, W.8.

Lt.-Col. Frederick Bernard Deane, b. 1858. Post, add.—
c/o Grindlay & Co., 55 Parliament Street, S.W.

Col. Herbert Edward Deane, R.A.M.C, M.D. (ret.), b.
i860. Res.— 68 York Mansions, Prince of Wales' Road,
Battersea.

A. W. Deane, Gentleman, b. 1862; ot. ist, 1895, Isabel
Crawford, d. of the late John Henry Munro of Grafton,
N.S.W. ; 2nd, 1904, lane Beith, d. of the late James
Sinclair M'Dougall, N.S.W. Post, add.— Orange E.,
N.S.W., Austraha.

DEANE (U.O.). Argent, on a fesse gules between a
unicorn's head erased sable horned and tufted or in
chief, and in base a tortoise proper membered of the
fourth, three bezants. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a cubit arm erect
in armour proper garnished or, the hand grasping a
bezant. Motto — " Qui honeste et fortiter."

Son of George Deane, Gentleman, of Skeagh, co.
Cavan : —

Lt.-Col. Andrew Deane, M.D. (Durham), F R.C.S.I.,
late I.M.S., b. . Res.—

JOSEPH EDWARD DEANE-DRAKE, Esquire, J.P.
and D. L., co. Wexford, eldest son of the late John Deane-
Drake of Stokestown, by his wife Emily Letitia, daughter
of the late Thomas Watson of Lumclone, in the county of
Carlow. Armorial bearings — He bears for Arms :
Quarterly, i and 4, sable, a fesse wavy argent, between two
stars of six points or (for Drake) ; 2 and 3, argent, on a
chevron gules, between three Cornish choughs sable, beaked
and legged gules, as many crosses pat^e argent (for Deane).
Upon the escutcheon is placed a helmet befitting his degree,
with a Mantling sable and argent ; and for his Crests, i.
on a wreath of the colours, a dexter arm embowed in
armour grasping a poleaxe all proper (for Drake) ; 2.
upon a wreath of the colours, a tortoise displayed proper
(for Deane). Mottoes—" Sic parvis magna" (for Drake) ;
"Ferendo non feriendo " (for Deane). Livery— Dark blue
and silver. Married, June 29, 1882, Dora Venables, only



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liveries, two arms proper,
in a bow or (Drummond) ;
between two wings vert,
thereon a mullet of six



daughter of Richard Venables Kyrke, Esquire, of Nant-y-
Ffrith, Wrexham, in the county ot Denbigh, Justice of the
Peace for the county of Flint, High Sheriff in 1890; and
has Issue — Cecil John Venables Deane-Drake, Gentleman,
b. March 30, 1887 ; and Emily Frances [w. 1909, Arthur
Isaac Tyndall, youngest son of Robert Tyndall of Oak-
lands]. iS'j/a/'if-f— Stokestown, New Ross, in the county of
Wexford; Timolin, in the county of Kildare. Postal
address — Stokestown House, New Ross, co. Wexford.



DE.ANEDRUMMOND of The Boyce Court (R.L.,
ao March 1911, H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, per fesse
wavy or and gules (Drummond, matric. L.O. 1846) ; 2
and 3, vert, on a chevron between three gryphons' heads
erased or, seven mullets of six points sable 1 Deane).
Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. on a wreath of his

drawing an arrow to the head
2. on a wreath of the colours,
each charged with a bezant,
points vert, a gryphon's head
erased or, thereon a fesse also vert (Deane). Mottoes —
" Marte et arte" (Drummond); " Fideliter " (Deane).

Son of George Onslow Deane, Esq., J. P., of The Boyce
Court, Dyinock, Glos. , b. 1828; m. 1852, Georgiana
Matilda, only d. of General John Drummond, of The
Boyce Court, Dymock ; Chief of the Drumnionds of
Concraig and Lennoch : —
Horace Drummond Deane-Drummond, Esq., J. P. Glos.,
b. 1854; m. ist, 1882, Caroline Betha {d. 1919), widow of
Reginald Wynniatt of Dymock Grange and d. of William
Vansittart, M.P. ; and has issue — John Drummond Deane-
Drummond, Esq., D.S.O. and Bar, M.C., late Lt.-Col.
comdg. a Batt. M.G.C., served Great War 1914-18
(despatches), has Croix de Guerre with Bar, b. 1886 [w.
1910, Maria Lily, d. of Senor Martano de .Madraof Madrid,
and has issue]; Mary Mathilda Betha {m. 1911, Frank
Bissett of Penshurst Estate, Travancore, India, and has
issue] ; and Violet Isabel ; 2nd, 1920, Sophia Theresa, d.
of the late Joseph Pemberton of Victoria, B.C., and widow
of Rev. A. Beanlands, Canon of Victoria Cathedral, B.C.
Seat — The Boyce Court, Dymock, Glos. (7/«^— Junior
Carlton.



paws a lozenge argent (for Freeman) ; 2. upon a wreath
of the colours, a tortoise displayed proper (for Deane).
Mottoes — "Liber et auda" (Freeman); "Ferendo non
feriendo" (Deane).



JOHN JOSEPH DEANE-FREEMAN, Gentleman.
Born 1869, being the son of Col. Joseph Deane- Freeman
of Cloheen, co. Cork (who d. 1876), by his wife Sidney,
dau. of John O'Dwyer. Armorial bearings Quarterly, i
and 4. gules, three lozenges argent (for Freeman! ; 2 and 3,
argent, on a chevron gules, between three martlets sable, as




many crosses pat^e of the field (for Deane). Mantling
gules and argent. Crests — i. upon a wreath of the
colours, a demi-Uon rampant g^les, holding between his



DEANE-MORGAN. Quarterly, i. grand quarter,
quarterly, i. amd iv., or, a griffin segreant sable, in the
dexter chief point a mullet azure (for Morgan) ; and
ii. and iii., argent, two bars gules (for Deane) ; 2. grand
.quarter, argent, two bars gules (for Deane) ; 3. grand
quarter, sable, on a bend between two cinquefoils or,
three bears' heads of the first muzzled (for Brettrige) ;
4. grand quarter, argent, a saltire gules, and a chief
ermine, with a crescent for difference (for Fitzmaurice).