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ham, b, 1804; d. 1870; w. (ist), 1842, Augusta Louisa,
eld. d. of Sir Robert Frankland Russell, 7th Bart. ;
(2nd), 1847, Hon. Emily Ehzabeth Julia Thellusson,
eld. d. of John, 2nd Lord Rendlesham : —
Rt. Hon. John Augustus de Grey, 7th Baron W'alsing-
ham (lyOct. 1780) of Walsingham, Norfolk [Supporters—
On either side a wyvern regardant argent, collared azure,
chained or, on the breast three annulets gules], B.A.
Camb. , Barrister-at-Law, Metropolitan Police Magistrate
1905-19, Chairman East Suffolk Quarter Sessions, h. 1849;
»!. 1st, 1883. Elizabeth Henrietta (d. 1927), d. of Patrick
Grant of Glenmoriston, late of the Honourable East India
Company's Service; 2nd, 1928, Mrs. Godley, d. of the late
Walter Vernon of Trematon Lodge, Anerley, andjwidow of
Thomas Godley; and has issue— (i) Hon. George de Grey,
D.S.O., Lt.-Col. late Norfolk Regt., b. 1884 [m. 1919,
Hyacinth Lambart, d. of the late Lt.-Col. L. H. Bouwens,
R.H.A., and has issue — John de Grey, Esq., b. 1925;
Lavender Hyacinth; Margaret Isolda (7?«. — Westmere,
Tottmgton, Thetford. Norfolk. Clubs — Army and Navy,
Norfolk County)] ; (2) Hon. Richard Patrick de Grey,
b. 1900 [m. 1925, Cynthia, d. of the late T. H. Myring
of Norfolk Street, W.] ; Hon. Elizabeth Helen [?n.
1910, Henry Wynter Blathwayt, R.F..-^. (killed in action
1917)] ; Hon. Margaret Henrietta [;«. 1912, Bethell
Godefroy Bouwens] ; and Hon. Ahce Mary [jh. 1923,
Philip Wade, M.C.]. Res.— The Hassocks, Merton, Nor-
folk. Chambers — 3 Harcourt Buildings, Temple. Clubs —
Carlton, Norfolk County.

DE HAVILLAND of Havilland Hall (H. Coll.).

Argent, three castles triple-towered sable, portcullised gules

quartering De Vic, or, three calthrops and a chief sable.

Mantling sable and argent. Motto — " Dominus fortissima

turris."

Son of John Thomas Ross de Havilland of Havilland
Hall, b. i8s2; d. 1907; tn. 1879, Louisa Latham, d.
of Charles B. Ycung of Washington, U.S.A. : —
Piers de Havilland, Esq., late Capt. 4th Batt. Leinster

Regt , b. 1883. Seat — Havilland Hall, Guernsey.

Sons of Rev. Charles Richard de Havilland, M.A.
(Oxford), b. 1823; d. 1901 ; m. ist, 1847, Agnes
Maria (d. 1862), d. of Major-Gen. Arthur Molesworth ;
2nd, 1866, Hon. Margaret Letitia (d. 1910), d. of
Capt. John Molesworth, R.N., and sister cf 8th Vise.
Molesworth : —
Rev. Charles de Havilland, Rector of Cru.x-Easton, b.



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1854; m. 1878, Alice Jeannete {d. 191 1), d. of Jason
Saunders, Esq., J.P., ( f Medley Manor, Oxen. ; and has
had issue — (i) Ivon de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1879 ;
d. 1908 ; (2) Geoffrey de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1882 ;
(3) Hereward de Havilland, Gentleman, b. . Res. —

Crux-Easton Rectory, Whitchurch, Hants.

Eustace Richard de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1861.
Res.—

George Maitland de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1869.
Res.—

Walter Augustus de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1872.
Res.—

Sons of Major-Gen. James de Havilland, late R.A., b.
1828 ; d. 1906 ; 7?t. I St, 1852, Louisa Magdalen, d. of
George Atkinson of Nortiicourt, Torquay ; 2nd, 1870,
Caroline Rainier, d. of Lt.-Col. E. Jones of Knolton
Hall:—

George Ernest Leigh de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1863.
Res.—

Hugh de Beauvoir de Havilland, Gentleman, M.A.
(Camb. ), <J. 1867; m. 1900, Dorothy Isobel Mary, second
d. of late George Wilson, Esq., J. P., and niece of Sir
Alexander Wilson, Bart. ; and has issue — Peter Hugh de
Havilland, Gentleman, b. ; and Margaret Isobel.

Res. — ^The Manor House, Great Horkesley, Essex.

Henry Carteret de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1869.
Res. —

Rev. James Rainier de Havilland, Rector of Boxford, b.
1870; m. 1901, Ethel, yst. d. of Rev. E. N. Edgington,
late Rector of Boxford. Res. — Boxford Rectory, Berks.

Thomas Lyttleton de Havilland, Esq., C.M.G., D.S.O.,
Lt.-Col. late comdg. R. Guernsey L. L, late Capt. S.A.
Constab., b. 1872 ; m. 1910, Winifred, d. of S. B. Levy, of
Pretoria. Res. — Rondebosch, Cape Peninsula, S. Africa.

Guy de Vic de Havilland, Gentleman, b. 1879. Res. — -

DE HOCHEPIED-LARPENT (R.L., i June 1819,
H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, gules, a saltire or, between
four plates, each charged with a hurt, on a chief ermine,
a fleur-de-lys azure (for Larpent) ; 2 and 3, per pale argent
and azure, on the dexter a chevron gules, between three
crescents sable, and on the sinister a dexter hand expanded
issuant from the sinister in bend, and beneath a pair of
manacles, the chains broken proper (for De Hochepied.
Granted in Vienna, 8 April 1704). Crests— i. on a wreath
of the colours, a unicorn's head argent, crined or, the neck
charged with a fieur-de-lys, and beneath four annulets con-
joined azure (for Larpent) ; 2. out of a ducal coronet or, a
crescent sable ; 3. out of a ducal coronet or, a dexter hand
issuant proper (both for De Hochepied). Motto — " Optivo
cognomine crescit." Livery — Blue and white.

Son of John Melvill de Hochepied-Larpent, gth Baron

de Hochepied, Baron and Magnat of the Kingdom of

Hungary, b. i860; d. 1903; m. 1897, Elizabeth Cowill,

d. of George Withycombe : —

Elbert Adrian William de Hochepied-Larpent, loth

Baron de Hochepied, Baron and Magnat of Hungary, b.

1900. Res. —Ceylon.

Sons of Maj.-Gen. Lionel Henry Planta de Hochepied-
Larpent, Indian Army, Hon. Col. ist Brahmans,
b. 1834; d. 1907; m. 1874, Anne Jane, d. of William
Pepp6 : —
Major Lionel William Pepp6 de Hochepied-Larpent,
O. B.E., Res. of Officers, Northumberland Fus. , served
in S. Africa 1900-2 (desp. , 2 medals and 5 clasps. Coronation
medal 1911), and European War 1914-20 (despatches,
Mons Star, 2 medals), b. 1877; m. 1907, Marion Lucy,
d. of Maj.-Gen. George Francis Angelo Harris, C.S.I.,
M.D., F.R.C.P., I. M.S.; and has issue — Lionel Douglas
Arthur de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res.
— The Moat, Copford, nr. Colchester. Club — United
Service.

John Planta George de Hochepied-Larpent, late Capt.
Roy. Fus., B.A. Camb. , b. 1882; m. 1910, Olive Margaret,
youngest d. of the late Col. J. B. Sparks, B.S.C. Res.—
Forest Edge, Sway, Hants.

Only son of Rev. George Porter de Hochepied-Larpetit,
M.A., b. 1840; d. 1871 ; m. 1862, Mary, d. of Rev.
T. T. Harrison, Rector of Thorpe Morieux : —
Lionel Gerrard Harrison de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentle-
man, B.A. Pembroke College, Camb., b. 1864; m. 1907,
Carrie Penrose Emily, only d. of the late Rev. Vavasor
FitzHammond Hammond. Seat — The Red House, Kelve-
don, Essex.

Sons of Egmont de Hochepied-Laxfient, Gentleman, b.
1841 ; d. 1912 ; m. 1865, Jane, d. of Henry Smyth: —



Egmont Reginald de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman, b.
1870 ; m. 1896, Maggie Vincent, d. of Cornelius Edward
Kelway. Res. — Felixstowe, Suffolk.

Arthur John de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman, b. 1875 '<
m. 1903, Minnie, fourth d. of William Hooper of Larpent,
Victoria; and has issue— (i) Arthur William Egmont de
Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman, b. 1904 ; (2) Reginald
Adrian de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman, b. 1910. Res
— Holmwood, Sea Point, Cape Town.

Lionel Herbert de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman, b.
1880; m. 1914, Katherine, d. of Arthur Leggat Cox, of
Melbourne. Res. —

Sons of Frederick de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentleman,
formerly Dep. Accountant-Gen. Lahore, and Registrar
of Punjab Univ., b. 1843; d. 1919 ; m. 1866, Marion
Helen (d. 1909), d. of Thomas Pearson : —

Seymour Lionel George de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentle-
man, b. 1867. Res. —

John Frederic Robinson de Hochepied-Larpent, b. 1869 ;
m. 1901, Mabel, d. of the late Charles George Ive. Res. —

George Gerrard Belson de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentle-
man, b. 1879 ; m. 1904, Margaret Isabella [d. 1912), d. of
George Matthews. Res. —

Gabriel Frederic James de Hochepied-Larpent, Gentle-
man, b. 1882. Res. — Nungan, New South Wales.

Sir JAMES DE HOGHTON, C.B.E., eleventh
Baronet, of Hoghton Tower and Walton le Dale, in
the county of Lancaster, J. P., D.L. Lancashire, Major
late Lincolnshire Regiment. Born February 2, 1851,
being the son of the eighth Baronet, by his second
wife, Harriet Sarah, daughter of John Smith of Norwich;
succeeded his half-brother 1893, under the creation of May
22, 1611. Armorial bearings— He bears for Arms : Sable,




three bars argent, impaling the arms of Grove, namely ermine
on a chevron engrailed gules, three escallops, the centre one
or, the other two argent. Upon the escutcheon, which is
charged with his badge of Ulster as a Baronet, is placed a
helmet befitting his degree, with a Mantling sable andargent;
and for his Crest, upon a wreath of tiie colours, a bull
passant argent, the ears, tip of the horns, mane, hoofs,
and point of the tail sable. Motto — "Mai gr6 le tort."
Married, June 27, 1878, Aim6e Jean (^'ho died 1919), only
daughter of John Grove, junior, of Feme ; and has had
Issue — (i) Guy de Hoghton, Esquire, b. May 12, 1879 ;
d. December 27, 1880 ; (2) Cuthbert de Hoghton,
Esquire, late Lieut. R.N.V.R., b. August 27, 1880 [m.
1917, Helen, only daughter of the late Major Duncan
Macdonald, of Glencoe, and has issue — Henry Philip
Anthony Mary de Hoghton, Esq., b. 1919 ; and IseultMary



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(Res. — Park House, Walmer, Kent)] ; (3) Vere de Hoghton,
Esquire, Major Lincolnshire Rfgt., b. March 6, 1882;
killed in action in France, October 13, 1915 \_in. 1911, Alice
Dorothy Patience, younger d. of Sir Frank HoUins, Bart.,
and left issue —Diana] ; (4) Guy de Hoghton, Esquire,
D.S.O., M.C., Capt. Yorks. Light Infantry, b. November
21, 1886 [w. ist, 1915, Violet C<iroline Townley (marriage
dissolved 1918), d. of the late Capt. J. Townley Parker ;
2nd, 1922, Miriam, d. of the late John Barnard Hankey,
of Fetcham Park, Surrey] ; Dorothy [m. 1908, Lt.-Col.
Archibald Moir Park Lyle, M.C. , and has issue]; Cicely
[w. 1908, Piers Cecil le Gendre Starkie, and has issue];
Joan [m. 1921, Major Charles Robert Thropp Thorp, M.C,
late K.O.Y. L. L]; and Barbara [m. ist, 1914, Robert
Myles Heywood, killed in action in France, 1915 ; 2nd,
1926, Richard Leveson Vernon]. Seat — Hoghton Tower,
Preston, in the county of Lancashire.



DE HORSEY. Azure, thJee horses' heads couped
argent, bridled or. Mantling azure and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a horse's head couped
argent, in armour or, bridled azure, on the head a plume
of three feathers, the dexter gold, the centre of the third
and the sinister gules.

Son of Admiral Sir Algernon Frederick Rous de Horsey,
K.C. B. , J. P., b. 1827; d. 1922; m. 1861, Caroline
Augusta, d. of Admiral Andrew Drew: —
Admiral Spencer Victor Yorke de Horsey (ret.), J. P.
Hants., b. June 4, 1863; w. 1909, Cicely, d. of Robert
Lang of Broadmeadows, Selkirk, and has issue — i son ; 2
daus. Res. — The Corner House, Canford Cliffs, Bourne-
mouth. Clubs — United Service, R.N. (Portsmouth).



DE JERSEY (H. ColL, 1914).
gules, an eagle displayed argent.



Per pa]e azure and
Mantling gules and




argent. Crest — On a wreath of the coloiu-s, issuant out
of flames proper, a derai-eagle displayed argent.

Sons of Rev. Charles Carey de Jersey, Clerk in Holy
Orders, of St. Matthew's Vicarage, Cobo, Guernsey
(who was youngest son of Peter de Jersey of Les
Toreillets, Castel, and of Queen's Road, St. Peter
Port, both in the Island of Guernsey), b. 1831 ;
d. i8gy ; m. 1863, Sarah, d. of Robert Sayce, of
Pool Town, Montgomery : —
Charles Peter Carey de Jersey-Vavassour, q.v.



Ernest Frederick Lionel de Jersey, Gentleman, M. B.,
Ch.B., L.R.C.P. (Glasgow), L.R.C.P. and S. (Edin.),
b. 1872 ; m. 1908, Agnes Mary, d. of Frederick Howe
Hadfield, of Edale, Durban, S. Africa ; and has issue —
Charles Frederick Le Vavassour de Jersey, Gentleman,
b. 1918 ; Agnes Helene ; Marguerite. Res. — Somerset
Place, Queen's Road, Guernsey.

Rev. Eustace Bertram Rivers de Jersey, Clerk in Holy
Orders, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Kempsey, Worcs., b. 1874 ;
m. 1901, Mabel, d. of Wilhara Henry Philipps, of Edge
Hill, Micheldean, Glos. ; and has issue — Eustace William
Rivers de Jersey, Gentleman, b. 1902. Res. — The
Vicarage, Kempsey, nr. Worcester.

DE JERSEY-VAVASSOUR (H. Coll.). Quarterly,
I and 4, or, on a fesse dancettee, between two crosses,
flory sable, as many like crosses of the field (for Vavas-
sour) ; 2 and 3, per pale azure and gules, an eagle dis-




played argent (for de Jersey). Mantling sable and or
Crests — I. On a wreath of the colours, a cock proper,
resting the dexter claw on a cross fiery or (for Vavas-
sour) ; 2. on a wreath of the colours, issuant out of flames
proper, a demi-eagle displayed argent (for de Jersey).
Eldest son of Rev. Charles Carey de Jersey, Clerk in
Holy Orders, of St. Matthew's Vicarage, Guernsey,
b. 1831 ; d. 1897 ; m. 1863, Sarah, d. of Robert
Sayce, of Pool Town, Montgomery : —
Charles Peter Carey de Jersey-Vavassour, Gentleman,
b. 1869 ; assumed by Deed Poll, 1920, the additional sur-
name of Vavassour, m. 1920, Ethel {d. 1923), d. of John
Henry Milestone, Esq., J. P., of Cottingham, Hull. Res.
— I Eaton Place, Choissi, Guernsey ; 60 Ladbroke Grove,
W.I I. Clubs — Primrose, Grange (Guernsey).

DE KIERZKOWSKI-STEUART. "Quarterly, i and 4,
quarterly i. and iiii. or, a lion rampant gules, armed and
langued azure, within a double tressure flowered and counter-
flowered of fleurs-de-lys of the second ; ii. and iii. or, a
fesse chequy azure and argent, all within a bordure engrailed
parted per pale argent and or (for Steuart) ; 2 and 3 (for de
Kierzkowski). Mantling gules and or. Crests — i. a lion's
head erased gules, langued azure (for Steuart) ; 2. out of a
ducal coronet or, three ostrich feathers, the centre one
argent, the others azure (for de Kierzkowski).

Only son of Charles Ferdinand de Kierzkowski-Steuart,

Gentleiran, b. 1842; m. May 4, 1867, Constance

Adriana, second daughter of Henry W. Torrens : —

Ferdinand Henry de Kierzkowski-Steuart, Esq., Capt.

and Brevet-Major Scots Guards, b. June 8, 1868. Postal

address —

DEL MORAL, see MORAL.

DE LA HERE, see BAGHOT DE LA BERE.



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DE LA BERE of Charlton Kings (H. Coll., 1913).
Azure, fretty argent, on a fesse or a crescent between two
martlets of the field. Mantling azure and or. Crest —




i: ESPOIR EST MA FORCE



On a wreath of the colours, in front of a saltire flory or, a
unicorns head erased azure. Motto — " L'6spoir est ma
force."

Sons of Rev. John De la Bere (which name he adopted

1892), M.A. Cambs., J.P. Bengal, Rector of Woolfardis-

worthyand Kennerleigh, Devonshire, 6 1853 ; d. 1921 ;

m. 1882, Elizabeth, d. of Henry James of Margam,

Neath, Glamorganshire : —

Rev. Samuel Hugh De la Bere, M.A. Oxon., Rector of

Barking with Darmsden, i. 1885 ; m. 1920, Hilda Stanford,

d. of William Henry Ranson, L.R.C.S., M.R.C.P., of

Needham Market, Suffolk, and has issue — John Charles

William De la Bere, Gentleman, i. 1921. /?es. — The

Rectory, Barking, Needham Market.

Rupert De la Bere, Esq., M.A. Oxon., Professor R.A. F.
Coll., Cranwell, late Capt. R.G.A., i. 1887. /fes. — R.A.F.
College, Cranwell, Lines.

Rev. Claude Emmanuel De la Bere, B.A. (Durham),
C.F, 1916-18, C.F. in India 1919-27, fi. 1890. Jfes. — The
Rectory, Greeting St. Peter, Needham Market.

Ivan De la Bere, Esq., B.A. (Cantab. ), Capt. Dorsetshire
Regt., 6. 1893. j^es. — Meerut, India. Clufi — Jun. Army
and Navy.

DE LA CHEROIS (U.O., 1702). Gules, a chevron
between three mullets in chief, one and two or, and an
anchor in base argent. Mantling gules and or. Crest —
Upon a wreath of the colours, an anchor erect azure.
Motto — " Fac et spera."

Sons of Daniel de la Cherois, Esq., J.P. and D.L.
CO. Down (High Sheriff 1863-1864), B.A. (Dublin),
Barrister-at-Law, of The Manor House, Donaghadee,
b. 1825; d. 1905; m. 1854, Ellen {/f. 1891), dau. of
George Leslie, Esq., J.P. of Donaghadee : —
George Leslie de la Cherois, Esq., J.P. , d. 1865 ; ;«. 1918,
Catherine Charlotte (d 1922), d. of J. McCance Blizard,
of Comber, co. Down, and has issue — Ellen Leslie Jacque-
line ; and Georgina Mary. Seat — The Manor House,
Donaghadee, co. Down. Club — Ulster (Belfast).

Charles Hutchinson delaCherois, Gentleman, M.R.C.V. S.
b. . Res.—



Son of Samuel de la Cherois, t. 1828 ; d. 1908 ; m.
1854, Catherine O'Donnel, only dau. of the Rev.
William Young: —
.Rowland O'Donnel de la Cherois, Gentleman, b. 1867.
Seat — Ballywilliam, near Donaghadee.

DE LA CHEROIS-CROMMELIN (R.L., 1800, U.O.).
Quarterly, i and 4, azure, on a chevron between two mart-
lets in chief respecting each other, and one in base argent, a
trefoil slipped vert (Crommelin) ; 2 and 3, gules, a chevron
between three mullets in chief, one and two or, and an
anchor in base argent (De la Cherois). Mantling azure
and argent. Crests — i. out of a ducal coronet or, a swan
rising proper (for Crommelin) ; 2. upon a wreath of the
colours, an anchor azure. Motto — " Fac et spera."

Sons of Nicholas de la Cherois-Crommelin, Gentleman,

of Rockport, Cushendun, Larne, b. 1819 ; d. 1900; m.

1851, Annie, d. of Andrew Mulholland, Esq., D. L., of

Springvale, co. Down : —
Nicholas de la Cherois-Crommelin, Esq., late Capt. 5th
Batt. Roy. Irish Rif. , J.P. cos. Down and Antrim, b. 1861 ;
m. (ist), 1900, Blanche Marjorie (d. 1909), d. of Thomas
Montgomery, Esq., D.L. , J.P. co. Antrim, of Ballydrain,
CO. Antrim ; tn. (2nd), 1910, Katharine Dalbiac, d. of
James Charles Cleghorn of Brachenside, Woburn Sands,
Beds. Seat — Cushendun, co. Antrim. !t - — -j

Andrew Claude de la Cherois-Crommelin, Gentleman, b.

1865 ; m. 1897, Letitia, only d. of late Rev. Noble ;

and has issue. Res. —

DELACOUR (U.O., 1869). Argent, on a sahire gules,
between two trefoils slipped, one in chief and one in base
vert, as many swords in saltire, points upward of the
first, pommelled and hilted or. Mantling gules and argent.
Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an Irish wolf-dog
passant proper, gorged with a collar geme'le gules and
charged on the shoulder with a trefoil slipped vert. Motto
— " Fortis et fidelis."
Son of : —

John Delacour, Esq., J.P. West Rdg. Yorks. , late Lieut,
nth Dragoons, b. . Address — 108 Lexham Gardens,

W.8.

DELAFIELD (H. Coll.). Quarterly, i and 4, sable,
on a cross flory or a lion rampant gules (for Dela-
field) ; 2 and 3, argent, two bars wavy azure between
three eagles, wings expanded proper (for Hallett).
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the





Jfti^i9nia:Joi1uti£ppati^



colours, a ringdove wings expanded proper, holding in
thebeak an olive-branch or. Motto — •" Insignia fortunae
paria."



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Sixth but only surv. son of Rufus King Delafield,

Gentleman, of New York City, b. 1802 ; d. 1874 ;

m. 1836, Eliza, d. of William Bard, of Hyde Park,

New York : —
Richard Delafield, Gentleman, Pres. National Park
Bank of New York, 1900-24, b. 1853 ; m. ist, Clara, d.
of Frederick Geraud Foster ; 2nd, 1913, Edith Pauline,
d of Edward Fesser. Res. — Tuxedo Park, New York
Clubs — Union League; Metropolitan (New York).

DE LA FELD (H. Coll., 10 Feb. 1917). Sable, on a
cross flory or a lion rampant gules. Mantling sable and
or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a ringdove
wings expanded proper, holding; in the beak an olive-
branch or. Motto — " Insignia fortunas paria."

Son of Joseph Delafield, of Kensington, b. ;

d. ; m. : —

Arthur John Lewis De La Feld, Gentleman, b. ;

Res. — Riviera di Chiara, Naples, Italy.

DELAFIELD or DE LA FELD (H. Coll.). Sable, on
a cross flory or a lion rampant gules. Mantling sable
and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a ringdove
wings expanded proper, holding in the beak an olive-
branch or. Motto — " Insignia fortune paria."

Eldest son of Joseph Delafield, Gentleman, of

Naples, Italy, b. 1819 ; d. 1869; m. 1844, Maria

Eloisa, d. of Cavaliere Lorenzo Bevere, of Naples : —

William Joseph Laurence Nazario Emanuel Frank de

la Feld, Gentleman, b. 1885 ; m. ist, Cesarine, d. of

Louis Marquis Pizzardi, of Bologna ; 2nd, 1920, Adelina

Cecilia, d. of Cecil Edmund Lister-Kaye, Esq., D.L.,

J. P., of Denb}' Grange, Wakefield, Yorks. Res. — Naples,

Italy.

DELAFIELD (H. Coll.). Quarterly of six, i. sable,
on a cross flory or, a Hon rampant gules (for Delafield) ;
2. argent, two bars wavy azure between three eagles,
wings expanded proper (for Hallet of New York) ;
3 . argent, three cinquefoils gules within a double tressure
flory counterflory vert, quartering sable a bend between
six billets or, the whole within a bordure quarterly azure




gauntletted or, thereon a falcon proper, hooded gold
(for Schuyler) ; 5. argent, three cinquefoils gules within a
double tressure flory counterflory vert, quartering sable,
a bend between six billets or, the whole within a bordure
engrailed azure, in the centre of the quarters a mullet
gules (for Livingston of Clermont, New York) ; 6. azure,
a bend wavy argent between two roses or (for Beekman).
Mantling sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the
colours, a ringdove wings expanded proper, holding in
the beak an oUve branch or. Motto — " Insignia for-
tunae paria."

Sons of Maturin Livingston Delafield, Gentleman,
of Fieldston, New York, b. 1836; d. 1917 ; m.
1868, Mary Coleman, d. of Eugene Augustus Living-
ston, Gentleman, of Teviotdale, nr. Tivoli, New
York :—

Maturin Livingston Delafield, Gentleman, Fellow of
American Assoc, for Advancement of Science, b. 1869 :
m. ist, 1893, Lettice Lee, d. of the late Charles Edwin
Sands; 2nd, 1909, Honorine Julia Elizabeth Daniel,
only child of Admiral Count Alphonse Pierre Eugene
Daniel de Pernay. Res. — 29 Avenue Davel, Lausanne,
Switzerland. Clubs — Union, Union League (New York).

John Ross Delafield, Esq., D.S.M. (i'.t.).

Edward Coleman Delafield, Esq., A.B. (Princeton),
Pres. the Bank of America, New York, since 1920, Lt.-
Col. Finance Reserve U.S.A. Army,6. 1877 ; w. ist, 1900,
Margaretta Stockton, d. of the late Mercer Beasley, of
Trenton, New Jersey ; and has issue — Maturin Living-
ston Delafield, Gentleman, b. 1901 [m. 1924, Mary
Pierce, d. of John Burr Lyon, of Torrington, Conn.] ;
Edward Coleman Delafield, Gentleman, b. 1906 ; Mar-
garetta Stockton ; and Mary M. Delafield ; w. 2nd, Clelia
Caroline, d. of Walter Romeyn Benjamin of New York
City. Seat — Fieldston, New York. Town res. — 6 East
65 th Street, New York City. Clubs — Union, University,
Army and Navy (all New York).

Eugene Livingston Delafield, Gentleman, M.E., b.
1882 ; m. 1906, Margarett Nevius, d. of the late Rev.
John Tennent Woodhull ; and has issue — Eugene
Livingston Delafield, Gentleman, b. 1907 ; and Mar-
garett Nevius. Res. — Fieldston, New York.

DELAFIELD (H. Coll.). Quarterly of six, i. sable,
on a cross flory or a lion rampant gules (for Delafield) ;
2. argent, two bars wavy azure between three eagles,




and or, in the centre of the quarters a mullet gules (for
Livingston of Teviotdale, New York) ; 4. vert, issuant
from the sinister a dexter arm vested, the hand clenched



wings expanded proper (for Hallett of New York) ;
3. argent, three cinquefoils gules within a double tressure
3ory counterflory vert, quartering, sable, a bend be-
tween six billets or the whole within a bordure quar-



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terly azure and or ia the centre of the quarters a mullet
gules (for Livingston of Teviotdale, New York) ; 4. vert,
issuant from the sinister a dexter arm vested, the hand
clenched gauntletted or, thereon a falcon proper, hooded
gold (for Schuyler) ; 5. argent, three cinquefoils gules
within a double tressure fiory counterflory vert, quarter-
ing sable, a bend between six billets or, the whole within
a bordure engrailed azure, in the centre of the quarters
a mullet gules (for Livingston of Clermont, New York) ;
6. azure, a bend wavy argent between two roses or (for
Beekman) ; impaling : — quarterly, i and 4, gules on a
bend between two boars' heads couped or, an escaJlop
fessewise of the first in the dexter chief point (for
White, of Danbury, Connecticut) ; 2 and 3, argent, a
bordure azure, over all on a chief of the second, three
martlets or (for Wetmore, of Connecticut). Mantling
sable and or. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a
ringdove wings expanded proper, holding in the beak
an olive branch or. Motto — " Insignia fortunae paria."
Thurd son of Maturin Livingston Delafield, Gentle-
man, of Fieldston, New York, b. 1836; d. 1917;
w. 1868, Mary Coleman, d. of Eugene Augustus
Livingston, Gentleman, of Teviotdale, nr. Tivoli,
New York : —
John Ross Delafield, Esq., D.S.M., A.M. (Princeton),